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REYNOLDS HISTORICAL 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



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ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBR 



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^VXSCOJNT-Sxjxr 



STATE GAZETTEEE 



BUSIjN^ESS dieectoe 



1891=2. 



VOLUME VII. 



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PEICE FIVE DOLLAKS. 



PUBLISHED BIENSIA1,LY BY 

R L. POLK & C 



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CHICAGO. DETROIT. ST. LOUIS. 

PUBLISnERS OF QAZETTEEKS AND CITY DIRECTORIES. 
For Full List of ruhllcutions, spc oi'p. I'a^e .J-27. 



Entered acL'urdir!,' to Act of Cor-reti; in the yi-r.r i^:ii, by R. L. Fci.k i Oj., in the Office of the 
Librarian of Cougrt-s.-t. at Vi ashingtcn, D. C. 



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^VISC0^'SI^' btxtt ga/.ktteer 



liuli i H j j Lu I Li ly I jSU I uh^ 

OF MILV^AUKEE, WiS., 

IS THE BEST LIFE INSURAIICS CG:]PAi]Y IN THE WORLD. 



VJivO SAYG 30? Policyholders Everywhere. 
Vl/SaO CA:^ PEOVS it? Policyholders who 
have Insurance also in other Companies. 



WH\ IS TIIK NOUTinVESir.UN TlIK MOST IMd'lLAll AND 






Al-Ql-ST H, l^'--. 

ri. K. Miiipliy: 

I cnnc^ratulale myself 
iipnii linvinjr tlie satVguard 
ot the limit of insuraln.-.- 
in o!ir oun pi^rriess coin- 
pany. 

EI)\V. P. Ar.LIS. 



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Rccimse its Asspt>< iiml Siciirilirs nre tlie Solidost. 

r.(«;H!M> ils liilcr.x! Kiitf ii tlio lli^'lifst. 

itciiiiisc iN l(h Mci^i!- 1i( l'(>li(\ Imidcrs aio l,:ir:r<st. 

Itfcaoc 111.' lHVIl)i;S!) Jtfsiills on i(s TONILNK IMH.ICII'S If at mi -if,' in 
1s:M are I'OIM'V to SIXIV \irr !'(Mt. Iii^licr than are now being paiti by any 
oilier ciiiniuui.v on shuihiv |Milicios. 

lieoaii^e it is Salelv ami IJ'onoinically Managed. 

Itecaiiso its i». utii i:,il.' is till' Lnwost." 

IJeeaiise it is I lie i.ieat I'lirelj American Company. 

STRONGEST! SAFEST! BEST! 

Atid furnishiD!? logitimato Ijifo Insurance to-day at less Cost than 
any Company in the World. 



AsM'-rs 



.$4.';, 000,000 

7,00(>,<IOO 



D E. Jl^URPHY, General Agen , 

Hoi]^£ iJiUcQ, MIlWaUi^^Bj wis. 



W. H. SUSLES, 

Associate Cm. A::rent, 



J. C. CRAWFORD, 

Ceneral Special Agent. 



AND BUSINESS DIRSCTORT. 



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There is no line 
Pa9seni;;cT Service ii 

All well posted travelers between 



T bundsomely ci|iiipi'od fur Through 
■ The Norlhweslern Liue."— C, tjt. t.. 



THE 

Twin Cities ami Chicago take this line— particul-.irly: favoring 
the •• Vestibule Mmilct,' the only train between Cliicago anil 
St Paul that i« ligbtcil with Gas and which carries the tinest 
sleeping cars an(r coaches ever built, and also all classes of 
passenltrs, without extra fares. On the Lake Superior 
portion of the line, between ilinncapolis, Si. Paul and 
Dulutb, and St. Paul and Ashland, Pullman Sleepers are run 
on night trains, and reclining chair cars on day irain.s. 

nORTW:^Jll3Tll71ul 

Fast throuL'h train.s with Pnlhnan Sleeping Cars are also run 
between Minneapolis. St. Paul and Kansas City, via Sioux 
City Day trains between St. Paul and Siou.\ City have 
elegant parlor cars. Dining cars are run on all through trams 
over this line between Minneapoli-s, St. Paul and Chicago. 
Besides being the best 

Between the=e principal cities, the Chicago & Norihwestern 
System of lines, composed of the Chicago, St, I^aul, Mmne- 

. ap(dis & Omaha. ChicaL'o & I4orthwp-:tern, ucd Fremont. 

-■ Elkborn & Jlo. Valley liys (all advertised as "The ^orlh- 
western Line"), (dfers the i. ickcst nieans ot reaching all 
cities and towns in Hie Icni y intersected by it. In connec- 
tion with Union Pacitic the C'. St. P.. M. .t O. Ry. also forms 
a new throu::h line to the Pacific Co.ast. All particulars, 
with maps and time tables, may be obtained at any stalioo, or 
at following priuciiial otiiccs: 
ST. I'Ai I.. 1 •.!> «:;<»» ri.iiMl ^iir.^t. 
i^lI^^i;^iM»l,l«.. i :: Ni...i!.i ii<> isux U. 

»l 1,1 III, ii" ll-'l. 1 vt. l.oilK SSIoi !i. 
i:||lf.V«i<>, JOS Sc.nlli « liirk Street. 

Or, address ^ 

T. W. TEASDALE, 

Gen'l Passenger Agent, St. Paul. 



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AND 1'.URI^"E^■S DIRKCTOKV. 



i. A. DIEBOLD, Pres. L. J. KHEUTZBERG, Sec. 

I. WEISSEH, Vice-Prea. - "• S- ESCH, Treas._ 






DEALERS IN 

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nrsliiiiirles arc diiiprrt sciinrnti-ly in ii l)()iliii^ (•(nii|iosiiioii uliicli lUiikcs them 

practically llio-proof ;is well as watei-pronr. "ill la-<t a*. Ion? as 

tlip luiildiiiu', and will losl no more than |iaiiilin? the rool'. 

i FULL Sm OF DIPPED SililLESOMiE 



: Orders Promptly Filled. 



NOS. 700 AND 702 KINNIKINNIC AVENUE, 

TELEPHONE 861 -2 RING S. 

MILWAUKEE, - WISCONSIN, 

Also, LA CR03GE, V/!S. 



WISCOXSIN STATE GAZETTEER 



ISLAND SASH AND DOOR CO., 



MANUFACTUUEIiS OF ALL KINDS OF 









Clinton and lieclier !^(rccl»>. 



MILWAUKEE, 



WISCONSIN. 



W[ll. H. HALLADAY O^^^FQ. CO., 

136 to 140 V'/. Lake St., - - CHICAGO, ILL. 

£- — ^^ ^^""^^ \ Manufacturers of 

n,,,"j^, ^ ' ' ' - ■ '^^ ' ^--^^ ^- f ■> Circular 

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Saw Sliafpenef 

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SAWS, 

Saw Swages, 
Saw Rollers, 
Saw Clamps, 

LAP GlilMiLllS, 
ANVILS, 

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AUTOMATIC SAW SHARPENfJR. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTOKT. 5 

S. J. DEARIIOLT. JOSEPH BENEDICT. 

DEARFIOLT & JBENSDICT 

Plymouth Block, corner Oneida and Milwaukee Sts. 
Telephone 3.287. P. O. Box 206. 

MILWAUKEE, - WISCONSIN. 

WE C.VKKY THE LAItGEST SELECT STOCK «|f 

y^l O B ^^ ^n P ff^ -^ ^1 S 

We are Stale Ag(>Dts for tlie FaTrions I^Iaoon A: Iluiiilin Plaiiox and Oriraii-, nisn 
tlio Cfltbrated Conorer Bros." Opera. .Starr, etc., <-to. You ctiii purcimse uii iDstruiiient wrih littl,- 
luoncv down, and SIO a ni.'ntiv nolil iiail. 1 rof.-ssoi- lien^dict RiT.-s sii nionlhs k-,,si)]!.<. ,miI,t 
invtninifntal or vocal. nCiCi: Ol-' 11HH(;|'„ with everv in>=lrimn?nt puroliased. Hi- l,as 
had -J" jrt/.ii-s' expen.'nee as te,u-h.-r. for ii. rlv wittl Va- iv.-:i.kii..wn He.is Operrt Co. 0:if -...irls 
are |.ur,-l,;i<Pd for CiWii. wlufli allows ii:^ to loaki- vorv Ion r-i'-'-s Aiiv ri-ino or r.r.-an i..,; sjiMri^' 
^atisfHctioci v.ill l„- esoli,in-fd AT O.N'CK at our .■:cp.-n— . Vou w.il [•..■v,-r liave lo i<nrc\r.'-- u ih,-p 
Piano or Or„'an liut on,-B n\ a lilo time. Good --,oii,i hand Tiann< -i.-ll f .r Jj". S.vi. <;.-i"and ~hi.'. New 
oui-s for rent at Ji and Sii a month. A WltlTrKN GU A I£ -V \T F.IC for tivf vi-ars with , -very 
in^trinniut. ( hir hihv u|iri„-ht for a liome with lifllr room U rich in ton'-. We keep I'i.mos sold in 
.MiU\auk.- in tniie Kl:H".E for rive years. S-e our $17.-) I'iano. latest style, ivorv k-y.l.oard: t.-ri-is. fi.i a 
nnnrli See nur new .ll.ason i Hamlin Or^'an for beginners, tor >-j:i. All kinds . .t riano ('..vrs AT 
CO>T to ourcuslomers. Tunin.;, repairing, etc , guaranteed. 'Write for our price list and terms. 

Kespeetfidlj' your-, 

DEx'\E^I30LT a. BErJEDiOT. 

(Successors to C. A. BELDENs 



SOLID SJLVSeWARE, ETC. 



KELIAHLE GOODS AT CHICAGO PRICES. 



FINE REPAIRING AND MANUFACTUR- 
ING TO ORDER. 

29 S. Pinckney St., - MADISON, WIS. 



WISCONSIN STATE GAZKTTSER 



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ASHLAND, - WISCONSIN. 

CAPACITY, 500 HANDS. 

EHrfllTlA-O^^n T'^^^<>^^i^in^^n |7AT!i^'»rl.'>T^/>< 
BOILERLMKEnS AflD iyilLLUiBIGnTS. 

Saw Mill Machinery, Mining Machinery, 

Corliss and High Speed Engines, Boilers, 

Power Transmitting Machinery, Etc. 

OFFICERS: 

W. F. PARISH, Pres't, Treas. and GenI .Miife-r. TH05IAS BARDON. Vice-President 

THOMAS A. PARISH, Secretao'- 

DIltKCXOItS : ; 

J. H. KNIUHT. SAM. S. FIFIELD. THOMAS A. PAlU'?n 

\V. M. TOMPKJXS. EDWIN ELLIS. W. F. PARIS! [ 

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AND BTJSINKSS DIEECTOEY. 



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SLATE AITD.IISTAL SOOFIITG. 

Arcliitectura! S'nsal 

foetal Grnamenls. 



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ESTIMATED FUENISHSD. 



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GUARANTEED 
AGAINST LEAKAGE 



CONDENSATION. 
=^ SEND I Oil rincES. 




i28ClyboiirnSt, 
iLWllUfiE, WIS, 



WISCONSIN STATE GAZETTEEK 









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MANUFACTURERS OF 




GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES 

BRACKETS. 

DOHLIER WI.'iDOWS, 

FINIAIS nii(! 

WINDGW CAPS. 

SLATE, TIN I GOSIIUGATSD IIIOIT HOOFIIIG. \ 




JIANUFACTUUKRS OF 



Patent Angle Iron 
Rimmed 

BEER SWimERS. \ 

216 to 220 5th Street, 



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SKRIGHTS. 



I Austin's Patent 
\ Expanding 

f^ WateiCoiiductcr 

MILWAUKEE, WIS. 



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1} F Poik's Vr i:i;i)i!sin ^tatc .^^azoltccraiul liU.sir.csFi dircctorv ... 

': S02 is?/'>^,/f. --'V ;^'.7- v./'^.z-A^ i-i:^t'^p 

1 ,7 ])(jiroI'L, Mich, [ntc; li. L. Poik & t'0.,-lb' -'19 "- 

j ' ;• V. fo!.|- mai's. Z-'i-rM"". 

I Issues loi If") -IN'.T/S nrc r.Uhil)Lr<.'l V. -10 ; issues for lS99,'15-0'>- 

1 19 r.rc- nnniijrrcd iOll.- -.(.ar 

» Title varies : IK -18^9/1000, 1915/16, Wisci.risiii slate gnzcfccr :,nd 

: l;;is;nc.-.s i;;rr.-lorv. 

' 1901/02-K.&.Vr,'., lvl7/:5-10 Polk's Wisconsin str.tc ga.-cttocr 

^ ,Tnd busiiK^s (lirrclon-. 

1507/08-191.1/1 4. R. L. Pclk f. co.'s Wisconsin st;.tc ga^cltccr and busi- 
ness directory. 
PuMi-bcrs: \o7'J. \V. lWf:.--\F?2. Hocrr & Wrirbt co.— 1SS4/5, R. L. Polk 
& CO. and A. C. Dar.ser.— l£S''>-;9 K. L P..:!< S- ro. 

■ 1. \Viscon^in — Direct. I. Wiscon-:!!! si.ilc ;ar.eilier .'j-.d bu^inc's di- 

roclcrv. n. R. L. Polk & co.'s Vv'iseonsi'-, st.itc g.^ze'l-e: -mu 

business dirccLory. ^^ 

[ \ _ 59-:;S3 Revised 

:■ Li'jrarv of Crn-ress v ]'?.7V7.P6 

' c-:vr;r;;t s..' -■'-■"; ■r;M:, 



The Abbott Automatic Cheek Perforator 



PATENTED APRIL -2:]. 1SS9. 

Indorsed and Used by the United States 
Treasury lleparliueiit. 

Tlie figures being perfor 
ated in perfect form, do not 
weaken the paper and will 
not tear out. >jaoliines 
sent to any bank or busi- 
ness bouse in tlie United 
States on trial. ^.i-^ 



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S DCIS.iULE. 

— THE- 



!ni:ii Pa!ic5 Cir Co, 

perforate enjx.Ocht'Cks por 
mouth by tbismacbioe. 

Price, $30. 

THE ABBOTT 

lYiACHIHE CO. 

I?I a II u fa clot V rs . 

47-49 South Canal St., 
CHICACO, ILL. 



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THt ABBOTT MACHINE CO. 






• HetTopolrafi Ndhofta! Ban 
Chk.so 






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INTRODUCTORY 



Iq placing this, the Seventh Bieunial Volume of the ^YIScoxsI^- State Gazetteer 
AND Business Directory in the hands cf its patrons, the publishers do so, confident 
that it will meet the requirements of a large portion of the public, and are satisfied to 
let it rest on its merits as a work of its class, feeling certain that no more appropriate 
Introduction can be offered than the assurance that nothing has been neglected on their 
part to secure the utmost thoroughness and accuracy. Very few people who refer to a 
directory have any adequate idea of the many difflculties encountered by the publishers 
in the issue of a work of such magnitude as a State Gazetteer, while the utility of a 
reliable one is undoubted, To secure to the business men of TTisconsin such a work is 
the constant aim of the publishers, and the eagerness with which the Gazetteer is looked 
for demonstrates conclusively that the work has become a permanent necessity, while a 
glance at the large number of advertisements scattered throughout its pages will give 
some idea of the high regard in which it is held as a medium of this description. 

The earlier pages are devoted tc descriptive and statistical matter relating to Wis- 
consin; this is followed by a list of all the postoflices in the State, with a description of 
the geographical position of each, the population of each place, leading business inter- 
ests, nearest accessible shipping point when off a railroad, nearest banking point, religi- 
ous and educational advantages and other iisoful facts regarding it ; following this is an 
alphabetically arranged list of all persons engaged in business there, and the whole is 
supplemented by a voluminous Classilied Business Directory, comprising lists of all 
trades, professions and pursuits, with name and postofBce address, compiled and 
arrahged under the heading to which each belongs. 

No material used in any previous edition has been embodied in this issue of the 
work. Everything, both as regards business data and descriptive matter, has been pro- 
cured anew, without regard to the enormous expense thus entailed. The sketches have 
been carefully rewritten and much additional inforniHlion added, while a reference to 
the Classified Directory will show a far more complete and valuable list than has before 
appeared. 

Sincere thanks are tendered those who by their patronage and support materially 
aided and encouraged the publishers in their work, and also to those who kindly assisted 
in collecting the information required in the preparation of this volume ; and, in con- 
clusion, the publishers would say that nothing shall be wanting on their part to main- 
!' ' tain the high standard already attained, and they confidently hope to meet with the 
recognition the work deserves. 



GEXERAL INDEX. 



Banks and Bankers in Wisconsin 66-70 

Classified Busiccsa Di rector j' (Wisconsin) 1085-1391 

Classiiied Business Directory i Foreign) 1392-14110 

Comcoercial Liuva of "Wisconsin 6O-I1I 

County Seats and Count}' Officers in Wisconsin 62-6o 

Courts -ll-Tl 

Foreign Classiiied Business Directory 1392-1400 

Gazetteer and Alpl.aljetical Directory 89-1084 

Government of AVi^consin ^cf 

loterual Revenue Districts 59 

Judiciar}- 4q 

Members of Congress 39 

Names received too late for regular insertion 12 

Patrons Outtide I ho ^tate — Classified 1392-1400 

Railroads in ^Viscnnsin g3 

State Boards and Associations 55-o8 

S'ate Gove; nintnt of Wisconsin 31; 

Slate Institutions, with Locations 52-55 

Particular atlmiuja is directed to the list of Jlri't-dossbasiiu-ssjirms in cities outside of 
the Stale — pages 130^-HOO. 



NAMES RECEIVi:i> TOO I.ATE FOR KEGILAR IXSERTIO\. 



HLACK EAItTil. An incorporated town 
on Black Kartli crce:.\ lu.d on tlie tj. 51. & St. P. 
Ry, in Dane ooiinty. '.o nulr.s northw-est of Xadi- 
sun, the tminty scat, a>.; southeast of 3Iazo iManie, 
the ncartst liiiikir.'^ pcMut, nuit t)j west ot Mil- 
waukee. Foinilatiou, OCO. Exp,, Adams. Tel., 
W. U. Mail, daily. 
Baer Charles E II, Keueral store. 
Barker Sanuiel, ;;en.Tal store. 
liestor D L. farm iinj,! j. 
BInok Karth cliK-.sr c... 

Cullcu Will. l>;^:rkMiiith. 

Eriekson K.ui, grocer and confectioner. 

Fesri,r,.KKv Ilii^;lies, hardware. 

Frank hiiu^u, lumcr. 

Hanson Jiartin, blacksmith. 

Hieiiey David, meat market. 

I,aufc L'hri-;. li.Triie^-- an-I livery. 

Lachmund Paul .."c fu, lumber. 

McKen/.ie A Ranjard, midiners. 

Mann John (a„-t), druggist. 

Schane F J. painter. 

Scbaiiel Jo^Hpi,, furniture. 

Simmnis |; W, jcnvler. 

Slmnioiii ilrO A. niillirer, 

Stanford. I. .tun .v i;o, |l,.,ur mill. 

Stanford ,?^ L.'^au, general store. 

Stuart J y, caidiiii: and feed mill. 

Voss Frederick, blacksmith. 

Wald Ma.-s, sal. on. 

■\Vindeu A I', cicthiny and merchant tailor. 

Wood Enoch, hotel. 

Zatocil Anion, ■ilioeniaker. 

Zeller George, licte!. 



GAlrlCSVILLK. See also pages 331-332. 

Coiiiineroial lIoKl, David T .Mnpree Propr; 

Good Livery in Coniie.;(iou. (.v.; ctv. /> Vi\i) 
Freeman tieoi-^o V, District Attorney and 

Propr Arctic .IIui.thI s'.pi-m_-s. 
Mn;;ee Uuvlil ■!',lro|.i- Loniniercial Hotel and 
Liiery. (Sec «dc, p IJI3.1 



I,.\ CltO.SSU. See also pages OH.') 
ICnl<liiA2l ClinrleM, Fresco Artist. 110.3 Win- 
iSec adr, ; ■ 



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PKW.Vl'KKI'^ A nourishing incorporated 
Tillage on the C, .11. i. St. P. I(y, in Waukesha 
county, 10 iTiil.is northwest oC .Milwaukee, and ij 
nortli of Wauke.sha, the county scat. This is a 
well-known ple.isure resort, bem^ located on the 
shore cf re;\'t'.ukce laiie, and tii-^rc are ii steamers 



and over 100 small boats for the accommodation of 

pleasure parties. Teleplione exchange. Esp., 

Am. Tel . \\. U. Popiiiation, 3uO. Mail, dady. 

George Barker, postmaster. 

Alton A Q, carpenter. 

Armour i C'o's Ice House. G !£ McCollom mnijr. 

Becker Rev D L i Catholici. 

BoUes Wm B, carpenter. 

Etdl .loseph. eeiieral store. 

Burke Garretr, farm impts. 

Cairucross & Uoss i Georj^e Cairncrosa, John Ross). 

limekiln. 
OaliUveirAIoxaiider, General Store. 
Cameron Claude. drUL'Eist. 
Camerou Rev J II iCouRregatlonali. 
Carberry James, mason. 
Christopherson Geuree, barber. 
Culver H L, general store. 
Davey Ilenrv, stcamlioat owner. 
I>ilso,i Mar^-ljall. biiild.r. 
Ely Frank, railr.cid at-ecc. 
FlemiiiiCKCbmlcs. marshal. 
Frederick Jes.se, blacksmith. 



Frederickso 


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Garrett Hen 


ry, meat 


market. 


Hall A; \ 


(on, (i. 


iicral Store. 


Hamni IP r 




'■ i:)d hotel 


Hansen C!i: 




■ -L.iuraai. 



Jon.s I>, nicu muricT. 
Larson P,-ter, m.is.n,. 
!»I<I>i)\% ell S I. A «' 

Nels.-ii Aiidlrvv ■•cnini 



i.llcthodist). 



Par^ c:. -, 
Peirer Ed« 
Pewankce 



livery. 



-d, luuibe 



:ce Lake Flouring MUI. 
Plnlbrick E. >h<emakcr. 
Plaukinton JiC... :ce. 
ijuinlan Thomas, bl.icksmith. 
Savoy Frank, saloon and hotel. 
Steele Georee L), wagonmaker. 
Thomas L) il. lawyer. 
While ^t Son, furniture. 
Williams 1>, hla.-ksmith. 
Zaun Jacob, hotel. 



INDEX TO ADYERTISEMEXTS, 

Arranged Alplisibctically by Towns. 



ALBANY. Page 

Flint Saaford E 93 

AL5IA. 

Alma Milling Co 97 

Creuzer C F. 96 

Eberle John 96 

Huber Bros 96 

Williams A F. 97 

AXTiao. 

Autigo Herold 109 

Buhse Ueury C 105 

Delcglise Fniuk A 104 

Ducliac & Iju-uisbek 109 

Herman Fred 109 

Hoxie & Mtllor lOa 

Johns WB 106 

Kellogg Thomas D 104 

Langlade Counlj- B ink 107 

Langlade County Special 109 

Meyer Fred C 109 

Millard Albert il 105 

Ogden Jcihn A 106 

Spencer James C 106 

Springer J J, 107 

Trever J H ' 107 

APPLETON. 

Appleton Mnfg Co 121 

Arnold George F & Son 123 

Brill M II. ." 123 

C'Uenevert J E 121 

Commercial National Bank 112 

Dean Philip 121 

<3reeu Bay and Jlissis.^ippi Canal Co. 112 

Ilackwortliy John 119 

Ilarriman Frank \V 123 

Horner Joseph 125 

Lawrence University Ill 

Sherry James 123 

Tock J U 121 

UUman J & Co 119 

Union Toy and Furniture Co 117 

Wells C M &■ Son 115 

Wells & Uuelle 115 

Willson Bros 117 

Woodard George S 123 



ASHLAND. 

Andison Kenneth 

Avery & Hanlzsch 

Bekken Bros 

Bond}' Bros 

Bremner Phillip 

Doherty ct Mouahan 

Ebblie .Mrs ;\I:>.y 

IleydlaulT & (J.nborn 

Hochdanner Bros 

Hopper George II 

Kurievski M J 

Lake Superior l>;cf Co 

McClintock C M E 

McGuire Oeorce 

O'Sullivan Eugene J right top 

Parish Mnfg Co. left bottom lines and 

Sevier D J 

Sicotte J B 

SoperN S 

Steamer Plow Boy 

Sullivan J & Co 

Walker KG 

Wiggins & Kicbardson 



AUGUSTA. 



CritesE J.. 
Welch II A . 



Nation R A. 
Ott Jacob. . . 



BAYFIELD. 

Downs Wm W 

BEAVEU DAM. 

Howes EM 

Phelps Dr N M 

Pratt EC 



BELOIT. 

Daniels Sisters 

Haj's Harry M 

BERLIN. 

Bratsch August 

Bruegger George B 

I Disotell W A 



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Olsen II n 173 

Tanner & Lewis 173 

Wilson Lewis 171 

BLACK RIVER FALLS. 

Freeman & Simpson 177 

EOSCOBEL. 

Brooks & Blancharil 183 

BOSTON, MASS. 

Dennison Mnfg Co. .buclibone and p 1404 

BRANDON. 

Graham Bros 187 

BRILLION. 

Thompson Tyler 189 

BUFFALO, N. T. 

Balnes A B& U S 1169 

BURLIN'GTON. 

Gill Nic 19.5 

Jones C A 19.5 

Klein F G & Co 195 

Wilbur Lumber Co 1043 

Wurms Bros 195 

BUTTERNCT. 

Basse Mrs H 198 

CADOTT. 

Downing Mrs J 11 199 

Lintz Aleiander K 1243 

CEDARBDROII. 

News 209 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

Abbott Machine Co 10 

American Tube Works. 1123.1102 and 1332 
Andrews A H &Co. 1201. 1277, 1311, 

1313, 1364 

Baker ET& Co 1192 

Benedict George H & Co 1191 

Blair WE 1398 

Bolten P H & Co 1185 

Brackebush A C & Co 1155 

Braun Illustrating Co 1187 

Bryant & Stratton C'hicago Busiuess 

College left top lines 

Calkins T E & Co 1188 

Carpenter Geo B & Co. 109.5, 1113, 
1127, J 162, 1194, 1242, 1284, 12.^^5, 
1298, 1340. 1370, 1373.1377, I3S1 and 1385 
Chicago, Iiurlington A; (Juincy R K. 83 
Chicago Medical and Surgical Insti- 
tute 1088 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul Ry. . 

lit'ht bottom Hues and 82 

Chicago Photo Kiigraving Co. 1189 

Chicago Photo-Tint Co 1190 

Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific Ry. . 80 

Chicago .t Grand Trunk Ry 

riglit and left bottom Hues and SO 

Clark, Kaffen & Co 1 132 

Corlett Bros 1189 



Dickinson The Albert Co 

Drant Engraving Co 

Famous ilnfg Co 

Ford Roofing Co The 

Gibson Wm D Co 

Goodrich Transportation Co 

Hagemann Mrs Louise 

Halladav Wm H Mnfg Co 

Hawtin W & Co 

Hibbard, Spencer. Baitlett & Co. . . . 

Illinois Central 11 R 

right and left bottom lines and 

Jarvis G JI Co The 

Jurgens C «.t Bro 

Krause E L 

Kunze REE 

McFarland .J C...1162. 1205, 1339, 
1368 and 

Manz,J & Co 

Miller .James A & Bro 

Mooney & Poland Detective Agency. 

Moore E B & Co 

National Union Vaccine Co 

Orcutt Co The opp 

Pelorsen A & Co 

Petz F G 

Pinkerton & Cos United States De- 
tective Agency 

Polk R L&Co opp 

Rick'jtisC L 

Tarkovsky .t Co 

Western Machine, Die and Model 
Works 

Wetzell AE 

Wilks S Mnfg Co 

Williams T& Bro 

Wisconsin Central Lines 

CHILTON. 

Koinke Charles 

CHIPPEWA FALLS, 

Bradford Robert E 

Brewster LI) 

Chippewa Valley Mercantile Co 

Friederich ,T L 

Kind Henry 

Lego Peter & Son 

Michel C & J Brewing Co. . .221 and 

Miles D E 

Millard BF 

Siegrist E 

Townsend J L 

Webb & Stansbury 

Wisconsin Collection Agency 



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CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

Pettet J .-.1319 

CLINTON JUNCTION. 

Morgan Mrs A F .• 226 

CLINTON VII LE. 

Sedgwick FA 227 



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COLBY. Page 

Peterson N P 229 

DARLIXGTOX. 

Meehan John 241 

DARTFORD. 

Whiting EzraT 1235 

DE PERE. 

Democrat Publishing Co 247 

Dunham A; Smith 347 

DODGEVILLE. 

JIcKinlay Bros 253 

Marlis Reuben 253 

Mitchell Joscpli jr 253 

Streetcr J F 1339 

DORCHESTER. 

Mclmer Edmund 255 

Schmidt A F A: Co 255 

DURAND. 

FarrM M 259 

EAU CLAIRE. 

.J^tna Building and Loau Assn 278 

Binder A. 281 

Boitwitic A J 277 

Carroll Jolin 273 

Cernaghan T A 267 

Dewey C A 283 

Eau Claire Book ni;(l Stationery Co.. 277 

Eau Claire Furniture Co 233 

Eau Claire National Bank 273 

Fox M 281 

Gaston David 279 

Gores J C 281 

Ideal Land aLd Loan Co 275 

Mac.Martin J 283 

Jlerriraan George W 277 

Millard B F . . . '. 217 

Parkinson ifc McGlllis 271 

Pionf-er Furniture Co 277 

Heed George M 279 

Sime T Jl 283 

Smith George W & Bro 275 

Stevens A 11 283 

Tricgs Henry T 279 

Truax Peter 269 

•Wedemeyer W H 278 

Wienanit .fc Wahl 279 

Wisconsin Refrigerator Co 271 

Wisconsin River Land Co 275 

ELKnORN. 

O'Brien T H j 289 

ELLSWORTH. 

Denaiston J 293 

ELROT. 

Kittelson Charles 295 



EVAXSVILLE. Page 

Enterprise The 299 

FIFIELD. 

Fifleld MufgCo 304 

Vinette P 304 

FOND DU LAC. 

Birdsall Co The 313 and 1088 

Bush& Hill 311 

Carey E A 313 

Dallmann A C 313 and 10S6 

Dittmarll C 313 

Enckiug C L 313 

Errard CE 317 

Knopke Al 315 

Main & Zacherl 315 

Jloore & Galloway Lumber Co (!t'd). 311 

Post W H right bottom lines and 309 

Scherer Henry 315 

Sweet I! F & 11 L 311 

Taylor A B 315 

Thomsen J 318 

FORT ATKINSON. 

Brown W G 323 

Dawes Fred 321 

FORT HOWARD. 

Hood Wm 323 

Krouse Peter 323 

Sellers Malcolm 323 

FOUNTAIN CITY. 

Schneider George 326 

FOX LAKE 

Kinney HE 337 

GALESVILLE. 

Magee D T 1243 

OLIDDEN. 

Sell George 337 

GRATIOT. 

Jerman Mary A 341 

GREEN BAY. 

Allouez Mineral Spring Co 355 

Britton DW ■^. 343 

DriscollJohn 353 

GithensJ H 347 

Green Bay Business College, right top lines 

Green Bay Carringe Co 353 

Gieen Bay, Winona and St Paul R R 81 

Hall EL 357 

Harlow PC 349 

Hart H W & C B 359 

HoUingsworth Dr ,T S 357 

Joannes Bros 351 

Johnson J S 351 

^[cCunn J N right top lines 

Mayer H 355 

Forth, Schmid & Ilarman 347 

Reinecko & Wendorfif 3.5S 

Schiller C 353 



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Schmit J P C 357 

Schrocders Bros 345 

Smits Hei-maa 308 

Snyder Frank 349 

Straubel & Ebelio- 34j 

Streckenbach C W & Co :S5.1 

Wellems Joseph A 349 

HARTFOED. 

Hartford Press 3Co 

Mueller Admn B 365 

Sunderland iirs J C oG5 



HAT WARD. 

Chri3tian3on Otto 

HILLSBOROUGH. 

Mitchell Gu9 

Webster L II E 

nORTONVILLE. 

Schwebs Gustav 

HUDSON. 

Baker i Helms 

Johnson W J & Co 

Oliver Wendell Holmes Siinitarium. 
Riedel George 

HURLEY. 

Bardon Thoaiaa 

Becker Ph 

Morris & Gill 

INDEI'ENDENCE. 



Independence News The 

Myers S M & Co 

"Wave The 



JANESVILLE. 

Blanchard 11 II 

Fardy & Kobiuson 

Jaueiville Construction Co 

Nelson Bros 

Norris A B it 51 A light top 

Phelps SH 

Recorder Prinliii;^ Co 

Schaller & Strir k:cr 

Shoemaker W E 

Taylor M D 

JEFFERSON. 



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KILBOURN CITY. 

Mirror-Gazette 



Heger Rudolf. 
Mueller Ed. . . 



Juneau Telephoae. 
Walther John 



KENOSHA. 

Dickhant Charles A 

Head Dan A Co 

Peunoycr ISanit.irium The. . .419 and 

KIEL. 

S:mon GH 



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LA CROSSE. 

Anderson Mons & Son 

Baiduzzi C 

Beyer B 

Coiuiau C L 

Dengler John 

Durham Benjimiu F 

Exchiin:;-.; Slate Bank 

Fox Lt Smith 

Fuiike J(jseph B 

Grams John 

Gund John Brewing Co. . . 

Hackncr E 

Kroner F 

La Crosso Cracker Co. . . . 

McCovd J.imes 

Harden J II 

Michel C& J Brewing Co. 

Oyeu Odin J 

Puuiptrin it Wi.acenhorn Cicar Co. 

lioosevelt W A Co 

Stanek J J 

State Bank of La Crosse 

Techmer II C 

Thocny John 

Torrance John ct Son 

Wisconsin Lumber and Jlnfg Co. . . 

LAKE GENEVA. 

Bank of Geneva 



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LANCASTER. 

Grant County Herald 4.57 

Lowry Ed M'. 457 

Mejcr Richard vi Co 457 

Posey ifc JlcPherson 457 

LEXINGTON, KY. 

Stoll. YannaltiLt Co 1093 

LONG GROVE, IOWA. 

Skirain it Russell 1094 

MADISON. 

Abaly W C 495 

Arusmaier Fred 495 

Belden (; A 4^9 

r.ernard (.'harles & Son 491 

B rss Ilarrov." Mufg Co 495 

Boyd it Gill 473 

Bresee Levi M 481 

C:antn-cll MJ 491 

Cor}- John. 493 

Dcininger George 495 

Frank J 487 

French Charles \ 495 

French it Clifford 489 

Fuller & Johnson Mnfg C... 475 

GoodnowMrsH D 495 

Grove II it Sons 481 

Kemp J JI it Co 483 

Kraft Guorixe 489 

Lacher Joseph 493 



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Larson John & Co 5 

Leary Join W 495 

LeilwilL ,]umes 491 

Oweus ^Vm 476 

Park ■\\"m J & Sons 4S3 

Peterson, Ois^'O & Fish 485 

Savings, Loan and Trust Co 476 

Schroder Henry 491 

Seller Jacob 493 

Tracy, G;ubs & Co 4S9 

Turvill Bros 485 

Viall M E .t W A 485 

Weckesser II G 487 

Wisconsin Botschafter 495 

MAKITOWOC. 

Drost 11 & Son 509 

Keltf-nhofun JI 507 

Liebcno w C it Son 507 

Manitowoc JInfg Co 505 

Reidercr JIrs ?il ,509 

Sondermanu E 509 

Veith Fcrdinnud 509 

Williams A & Son 505 

Willolt Joi & Sons 1277 

Wiudiato Thomai 507 

MAKISETTE. 

Brink Pc'c Co 521 

Ciiirk FA 519 

Humi'hicvillo Wm II 521 

Larsen J.'imcs 517 

Lindt'Ui it Millar 517 

Linii(iiii-t JO 515 

Liindbfii,' K 519 

Miller B'os 515 

Pl.ice it Smith 519 

Rctlich Kruesl 515 

Strass IS 517 

Westlund August 521 

MAREESAN. 

B'.oedel Pliillip 525 

Saxe Jaiuos II 525 

MARSnriELD. 

Bever Bros 527 

Fdster's Hotel Co (k'd) .527 

Lang & Christenscn 527 

Blarshtield Land Co opp 52S 

Weilaud I'eter 527 

MArSTON. 

Fosbinder C W 531 

Juneau County San 531 

Mansion Produce Exchange 531 

MATVILLE. 

Dodge County Pionier 533 

MEDFORD. 

Hartwii; Fred J 537 

Zmmermanu John V 537 



MEXASHA. Page 

Mielke Michael 539 

MEXOMOKIE. 

Schmidt & Heintz 543 

MERRILL. 

Kollock George W 547 

Rossman John 517 

Scott James W 547 



Milton College 553 

Speuce EL 553 

MILWAUKEE. 

Abeles & Mahler C43 

Adams JI H 647 

AdlerF P 041 

Allia Edw P d- Co 1197 

American Vinegar Works C43 

Andrae Julius left bottom lines 

AndreeE W 641 

Andres John &, Son i 043 

Ankelen Gustav 063 

Aschermann Ed it Co left top Hues 

Awe Fred 013 

Barkow Herman 605 

Barnard George L 023 

Bastam Ale.x G39 

Baty Robert 061 

Baumgarten C 623 

Becker Dauforth 645 

]5entley Tliomas 1{ 645 

B^rghoefer Charles 645 

Berwanger A 645 

Bethmanij it Tappendorf 005 

Beyer J V 617 

Biegel Peter 617 

Biersach it Niedermcyer 8 

Dinner Engraving Co . , : 503 

Binney J 647 

Birkenwald S J; Co 1291 

Bishop A V 649 

Blatz Val Brewing Co 575 

Boeltcher it Schiuirael 597 

Brodesser Mnfg Co right lop lines 

Brumder Geoige opp 5S2 

Brummer W F 615 

Bnes H F 581 

Bucstrin Henry 003 

Biinde it Upnieyer 563 

Canar Bros 651 

Caudee AV S right top lines 

Carpenter D H 053 

(Carroll it Kennedj' Co 649 

Caspar C N 603 

Cas.^el Peter 655 

Christmanu Alexander 021 

Clement, Williams iV- Co 587 

Cohen, Nei^serA: Licberman 027 

ColdeweG it Co 1120 

Cole Sidney H 603 

Commercial Printing Co 571 



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Page 

Uook &Hyde 603 

Cox Jo<=eph L 649 

Cribb Robert 6G1 

Crow Stove Polish Co 1225 

Ciuinhy Bros left top lines 

Culli^-Hn JohnD 610 

Daily News oSl 

Davis Omnibus Line and Transfer Co 579 

Dcarholt .fe Benedict 

right top lines and 5 

De Lange n 655 

Detwiler E & Son 593 

Dieffenbach Alexander F 1385 

Douglas James 663 

Dreber Pius G39 

Eagle Pattern Works 007 

Edwards W N 1203 

EgelhcfC J & J 637 

Egelhoir Thco Co 569 

Elmermann A J 651 

Erdmauu Albert J 1131 

Esch John ifc Son 609 

FachutarS P 653 

Fatli John 663 

Fidelity and Casualty Co The 585 

Fischer Chemical Cleaning Works.. 651 

Frascr Donald 607 

Friauf .t Jinichck 655 

Fuldner L & Co 657 

Gaidner A II Co 629 

Gerlach Wni & Co 589 

Germania Publishing Co opp 583 

Goerres Pbilipp 637 

GoU & Frank Co 025 

Goodyear Rubber Co 

left top lines and opp 1103 

Graf John 007 

Grassier M 1103 

Greulicb Aug\ist & Son 053 

Griese Alwin W 655 

Grocn Fred II 657 

GumzR&Co 601 

Hack & Alten 1163 

Hager John 705 

Hamaun & Senz 613 

Harper Robert & Sons left top lines 

Hart Peter 653 

Hatch J 15 & Co 657 

Hays Ooori;o 657 

Heinl Joseph & Sons 007 

Hendec C A & Son 813 

HinUel John 631 

Hoffman & Minwegeu 601 

Hoffmann & Baur". 599 

Holton J 661 

Hunter G 31 631 

Huntington J F opp 702 

Island Sash and Door Co 4 

Jacob & Weige! 661 

Jacobi & Richter 1201 

Jaquct's Patent Dipped Shingle Co.. 3 

Jess Fred 667 



Page 

Johnson Chris S. 607 

Jones U L Co (I'tri ) 589 

Jovce Gilbert S 027 

Jurss Wm C & Co 1188 

Kaaiz 1 031 

Karger Leopold 615 

Karker John 007 

Keihl & Breidster 705 

Kieckbefer Elevator JInfg Co. ..backbone 

Kimball WD 005 

Kirsch R G 651 

Kletzsch C FCo 599 

Kh>kner A 670 

Ko. filer Hugo 665 

Kohn Anton. 1337 

Kolpacki Bernhard 009 

Kropp Wm & Co 073 

KrusF P 009 

Lachmaa Louis 071 

Larson James 071 

Larson Louis 071 

Laverrenz Otto & Bro 095 

Leigh James '''76 

LeipoUKt Wiskocil rigbt lop lines 

Lieschel Charles 037 

Lindsay Bros 073 

Linger Dr 675 

Lohr Charles & Co 577 

Lohse Bros 049 

Lorenz U & Son 081 

Lowe L 081 

Ludwig Charles 073 

Lund George 673 

McLees Kate 081 

MacLaren Til N. . . .left side lines and 025 

Macomber AV W . . .bottom edge and 501 

Mannvillo Covering Co front cover 

Marr & Ricliards Engraving Co 603 

Martin Frank 003 

MajburyFrtdM 017 

Mellen Wm : 079 

Memlel, Smith & Co 1225 

-Meuuier John Gun Co. .right bottom lines 

Me> ers J A & Co 075 

Milbrath C W & Co 629 

Miller Charles B 079 

Miller H C A; Co 075 

.Milwaukee Boiler Co 593 

Milwaukee Cement Co. . .left bottom lines 

Milwaukee Employment Agency. . . . 053 

Milwaukee Engraving Co - 029 

Jlilwaukee, Lake Shore & Western 

Ry 79 

Milwaukee Mirror and Art Glass 

Works 597 

Milwaukee Ship Yard Co 627 

Mitchell AS 1149 

Money J 679 

Mousted A & Co 097 

Mooers II A: Co 1371 

Moore Mufg and Foundry ("o 095 

Mueller & Koken 0"! 



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Murpby Daniel E 2 

Nagle Wm 681 

Xaish EB 677 

Naujoks Math 705 

Nelson Swan 1205 

New York Life Insurance Co 

rieht top lines 

Nordberg JInfc: Co T. GIO 

Northwestern Chemical Cn 677 

Northwestern Dental Assn opp 702 

Noithwestern Furniture Cn 703 

Northwtstern ^Mutual Life Ins Co of 

. Milwaukee 2 

Obeubcrger Joseph 619 

O'Connor Phil 687 

Ohlsen Wm 633 

Olson Knutl 093 

Orinda Sprincs Co 687 

Packard O L Machinery Co 601 

Peege E J 663 

Penn Mutual Life Ins Co 

bottom edge and 501 

Pereles Nalh & Sous 1333 

Petersen 11 left side lines 

Pfistcr & Voo-tl Leather Co (VT7 

Philipp A &V>ro 591 

PietEch Otto Dye Works 

top edge and CS6 

PilgerO J &Co ' 

1091, oppllUl, 1377 and 13?S 

Plankinton Bank The front cover 

Plankinton House 550 

Pollock Wm 571 

Pommer E Wine Co right top lines 

Pralil Charlf 3 A 695 

Raetz Gu-t 687 

Hahtc & Haas 679 

Rau Charles H 051 

licalty and Iluilding Record 571 

Reisa Valentine 687 

Rheude Anton 112S 

Ringer C F 683 

Ron John O 605 

Schilling Jacob 705 

Schlilz Jos Brewing Co 573 

Srhniidt Peter & Co 683 

Schniitt F &Sous 1208 

Schniitt M J 683 

Schiieidi r & Schlcsinger 6S3 

Schnetzky II P 677 

Schocnlet.cr Otto J 564 

Schulz Erdman 1370 

Schwaab Stamp and Seal Co 039 

Schwalbach M 635 

Schwartz C O Stove Co 685 

Seitz J 685 

Senger Rudolph 705 

Severiu Gustav 1345 

Seyring Fred 085 

Shaw Jesse & Co 1225 

Sheriffs JInfg Co 595 

Simonds Chauncey Co 625 



Page 

Sims J C ; 691 

Smith A E & Co 585 

Spencerlan Business College. , .front cover 

Sprinkmann Fred 689 

StaabMrs K 635 

Standard Brick Co 1125 

Standard Paper Co 595 

Stannard F P Gun Co The. 

left bottom lines 

Stehling & Blommer 619 

Stein Mrs Wilhelmine 635 

Stern's Alpine RemedvCooOl and opp 728 

Stollenwork A & B . ." 730 

Stollenwei k & Winding Co 729 

Stolper Charles 6S9 

Stout Stanley S 659 

Sullivan II J 7 

Swoboda Frank 689 

Taylor W G 665 

Tcnscher Joseph 689 

Thierbarh M ^t Co 017 

Tiavelers' Insurance Co of Ilartfcrd. 

Conn left side lines and 025 

Trenkamp F 633 

Trofitel Albert & Sons 673 

Underwood II G.. right top lines and 1316 

United States Mutual Accident Assn. 077 

Van Ncrman G B 033 

Wehr August 691 

Weis Bros left side lines and 697 

Welsel & Vilter Mnfg Co The 02& 

Weissleder Herman 691 

Werner A 691 

Werner F 059 

West II II Co 587 

Wetzel A >.t Bro 705 

Wilkin Mnfg Co The front cover 

Wilier Mnfg Co 095 

Wilmot Business and Shorthaud Col- 
lege 567 

Winding George 730 

Winkelmann OF 69a 

Wisconsin College of Midwifery and 

Lying-in Hospital 705 

Wisconsin Trust Co of Milwaukee. . 

front cover and 659 

Wisconsin Typewriter Co 1383 

Wisconsin Venetian Blind Co 

left top lines and 69s 

With & Frees 609 

V/right John M 093 

Yale II P & Co .585 

Ziemann A 603 

MINERAL POINT. 

Brown David 749- 

Charles John 749 

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 

McJ[lllan Jas & Co 1377 

Minneapolis, St Paul & Sault Ste 

Marie Ry 1403 

Minneapolis & St Louis Ky 38 

Williamson J F 131S 



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MOLINE, ILL 

Moline Plow Co 



MONMOCXn, ILL. 

Monmouth Jlining and ^[nfg Co. 

MONI'.OE. 

Duerst N S 

Klocppel & Kadeiiy 

Shrincr Ferd 

Willaman & Thorp 

MONTELLO. 

McCuddin M 

MO>'TFORT. 

Frankland J 

MONTREAL, P. Q. 

O'Flaherty Johu 

NEENAH. 

Blair & Huie 

RussellJ B 



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753 



NEILLSVILLE. 

Hein John 

Jones Frank D 



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767 



771 
771 



NEW LISBON. 



Wilson Amasa. 



NEW LONDON. 

Beyer George 779 

Dawson J C 731 

Johnson Mnfg Co . . 781 

Knapstein Theo & (_'n 779 

LyoQ, Daughertv ifc Kuapsteins 779 

Renter Charles F 779 

Schantz & Ilahn 78! 

Tlm°sThe 781 

Werner O W.... 781 

NEW IIICII.MOND. 

Johnston Wm ik Co 784 

Wells & Mulrooney 781 

OCONOMOWOC 

BueehelerH C 793 

Hurlhutifc Good will 793 

OCONTO. 

Bond George E 797 

BruusF A 796 

Cook \Y P &. Bro 799 

Frewcrd George il 797 

Haustchal K , .". 799 

Holt Lumber Co 799 

Oconto Company 797 

OMUO. 

Hall A B 803 

Morton C C i; Co 803 

OSHKOsn. 

Badger Pump Co 837 

Barnes J A 809 

Battis Bros 821 



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Conlce Lumber Co 821 

Diamond Paint Co 829 

Eagle Broom Factory 829 

Freeman C W 829 

German National Bank 813 

Glatz J & Son S09 

Gould James P 811 

Gustavus E R 819 

Horn & Schwahn 823 

Imperial Paiut Co 811 

Ke/.ertee 1 827 

Luck T 825 

Morrau JIatlress Co 817 

Neville T 815 

Oshkosh Business College and School 

of Shorthand front cover 

Oshkosh Pump Co 815 

Phillips ^.t Kleiet 825 

Powers Charles R 829 

Repo (/'hailes 829 

Reynolds James M 827 

Stewart Frank C t'lo 

Stopper M 825 

Streich Gabriel !r^23 

Wisconsin Real Estate and Exchange 

Co 825 

Wyland v.t Castle 813 

PESHTIGO. 

Annstronir Mrs F 838 

Choletle Mrs MR 839 

Earner M 839 

Hall WW 839 

Pergoli AD 839 

Pcshtigo Co The 837 

PHILLIPS. 

Bee The 814 

Campbell Jay 842 

DurkeeE E 843 

Friedl W 841 

Hartmaun Henry 841 

Kelleher C C . . .' 841 

Nichols W H 843 

Owen W F 842 

Sorenson Bros 842 

State Bank of Phillips 842 

WojdardJohnD 842 

PLATTEVILLE. 

Moore Samuel 849 

PLTMOUTn. 

Petersen Bros 853 

PORTAGE. 

Daly J H 857 

Edwards Wm M 859 

Forbes W it 855 

ilurphy B 853 

Weir A J 855 

York I W .t Co 57 



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PORT WASniSGTOX. Page 

Henze A R. . 86t 

Ozaukee County Malting Co S61 

- PRAniI& DU CnlEN. 

Barnej' Bros 867 

Gibbons I H & Co 807 

7 PRINCETON. 

Priest H K 871 

Schwanlie August '^71 

RACINE. 

Case J I Treshing Machine Co 1379 

Dickey E P Fanninc; .Mill Co «77 

First National Bank 875 

Foster & Williams 87.5 

Gofchner Charles 875 

Heck Louis 877 

lIcLers Kate : S79 

Mnfrs' Xnlional Bank of Kacine 875 

Phelon Mrs MM 879 

Putnam C 11 877 

Racine Specialty Cn 1383 

Union National Bdiik 877 

RANDOLPH. 

BuLrinann 11 886 

Cook S.'imuei A 880 

Poster C 88(5 

Tobey Frank C 886 

REEDSBHRGH. 

Collins S A 891 

Doeriuix Ilerraan 1841 

Webb i.fc Schwekts 891 

RHINEI.ANDER. 

Crowley Tboinas 894 

Dodd J :M 895 

Fuller F E 895 

Oneiiia County Land and Abstract Co 895 

Rhinelandtr Iron Co 895 

RICE LAKE. 

Barron County Bank 899 

Rice Lake LunibtT Co 899 

llice Lake .M ufg Co 899 

RICHLAND CENTKE. 

Risliop .1 H 901 

Breese LP 901 

RIPON. 

Carley & Dunia.^ 904 

Miles ,I(.bn L 905 

Ripon Pacliias Co 904 

Timms C J 905 

RIVER FALLS. 

Freeman & Kuy'cr 1199 

Tubbs Thomas E & Co opp 90S 

Wells Wm 909 

9T CROL\ FALLS. 

Baker J S 917 



ST. LOUIS, MO. Page 

Branch-Crookes Saw Co 1365 

Iron iMouutain Route 1401 

Missouri Pacitic Ry 1178 

Wabash Railroad 1403 

ST. PAITL, MINN. 

American Land and Title Register 

A.=3n 1236 

Chicago, St Paul, Minneaplis & 

Omaha Ry 1405 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Southern Pacific Company opp 1400 

SHAWANO . 

Raddant Emil T. 929 

SHEBOYGAN. 

CoaeE 1252 

Hensel Fred 933 

Hilpcrtshauscr Charles 93! 

Ivauer Peter 931 

Koepsell John J 933 

KuEserow C 933 

Mayer J G 9bi 

SHEBOYGAN FALLS. 

Quyett Moses 



941 

SnULLSBCRG. 

Shullsburg Bank 945 

SOUTH SUPERIOR. 

i Taugiicy Thomas 977 

SPARTA. 

Chamberlain C V 949 

STEVENS' POINT. 

Bosworth & Reilly 9.^9 

963 



Commercial Bank The. 
Currnn II & J D. 
Felch Chester. . . 



901 

903 

Firbt Nnlinual Bank 9.is 

Gazette The 961 

McGlachlin & Simons 901 

North Siile Lumber Co 900 

Oliu & Packard 9G3 

Rice John & Bro 959 

Rothman Philip 961 

SUN PRAIRIE. 

Barth N 972 

BUPERIOR. 

Bank of Superior 973 

Bardon John A 973 

Bishiff J F JT 973 

Catliu & Bui ler 976 

Doe & Reynolds 973 

Douglas County Abstract Co 974 

I'Mn arils Cordy 9y5 

George & Shryark 974 

Lmcoln & Correll 977 

Miller Grover P 977 

Nobles & Liunen 979 



WISCONSIN STATE LIAZETTEER 



Page 

Smith & Hare 974 

Superior Consolidated Laud Co '.174 

Taylor Frauk L 077 

Wallcer John 979 

WebbWH 979 

Wilson G Fd: Co 979 

Wisconsin Swedish Tribune &Sj 

THORP. 

McGuireLH 1003 

l^ye, Lusk & Hudson 1003 

TOSIAU 

Baurafrart & Schwartz 1005 

Palmer Mrs S D & Son 10O5 

Scholltr& Cech 1007 

Sowlc & Sowle 100.5 

VIKOQUA, 

Pierce L& Co 1019 

Silbaugh Jackson 1019 

WASni'.L'RX. 

Bank of Washburn 1031 

Bay Lanl and Improvtineut Co 1U23 

Bush H II 1033 

Delaiu-y A E 1023 

Hallciran John 103;] 

Potter G F 102a 

WATERLOO, 

Humphrey M M ct S.m 103n 

WATERTOWN. 

Blumenfeld & Son 1030 

Eaton S JI & Son 1039 

Fuermann diaries 1037 

Harti£;& Manz 1037 

Harlwig AH 103i 

Heck E A 1039 

Jossi vfc Habhe2?cr 1039 

Koch A; Seifert 1035 

Kunert E Mnfi,' Co 1033 

Kusel I) & F 1031 

Lotz Mrs C T 1038 

MorauN 15 103B 

Korthwestern Univeraily. . .1037 and 103S 

Reber Wm 1039 

Schoppe Wra 1037 

TaksdorfF 1035 

University of Our Lady of the Sacred 

Heart 1031 

Valerius Dr i Co 1033 

Waitz U A 1039 

Wiggenlioru Bros 1039 

Woodard & Stone 1039 



WAUKESHA. 

GritEn E A 1045 

Henk Miueral Sprius; Cu 1045 

Jones George H 1043 

National Exchange Bank 1045 

Ryan & Merton 1043 

Spencer James R 1047 



Sumner D H \1047 

Tullar D 8 1047 

Wambold E 1047 

WAUPACA. 

Bruley Wm 1049 

WAUPt;N. 

Blaisdell J W 1051 

WAUSAU. 

Orr Nathan J 1057 

Sorrill Wm R 1057 

Wausau Law and Laud Assn 1055 

Williams ifc Eniter 1057 

Ziemer Richard G 10.59 

WADWATOSA. 

Klumpp Charles 10G2 

Philipp A & Bro 591 

Sporleder F II 10131 

Wisconsin Bridge and Iron Co 10C3 



WEST SUPERIOR. 

Bank of West Superior 

Broadway Hotel left side 

Buidick & Lecour 

Campbell A: .'^lott 

Dauielsou, Aarstad & Peterson 

Devlin James 

Uoliie Brr.s 

Douglas County Bank 

Dow J J left side 

Fulton R M 

Haley it. Robinson 

Harris Bros 

Heuvis Joseph C & Co 

Hutchins, Gaudet i Co 

Keystone Investment Co 

Land and River Improvement Co . . . 

Lang F N A C.) 

MeCausland & JlcCluer 

Mast RC 

I\!atchette F J 

JMathewa Wesley 

.Miller C W &Co 

I'osten 

Randall B T 

Rhodes & Roger." 

Roberts & Bingham 

Scarlett & Currie 

Simons W P 

Strothmau Bros 

Swenson Henry A 

Thompson H O 

Tostevia & Moore 

Trotier & Bishop 

Watt A; Duncan 

West Superior Botllmg Co 



9S1 
lines 
983 
".195 
U80 
991 
987 
983 
lines 
985 
993 
983 
9.85 
989 
9.^7 
987 
991 
991 
991 
989 
997 
993 
987 
993 
981 
997 
997 
981 
995 
993 
995 
995 
989 
989 
997 



WHITEWATER. 

Coburn G W 107 

Giesey AL lOl 



AND BUSINESS UIEKCTOET. 



Halverson Bros 1075 

Marr & Kacbe! Bros 1073 

:Martiu Harry T 1073 

Uuioii Pr(xluce Co 1073 

Van Valen & Waterman 1073 



WINNECON^E. Page 

Miller Wm C 1078 

Williams Levi H & Son 1073 

■WONEWOC. 

Miller T L 1080 



INDEX TO ADYEimSEMENTS, 

Clu<i!<iiiccl witli IScrcrciicc to I!ii§iiie«s. 



ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. Page 

Deleglise F A, Autigo 104 

Millard Albt-rt M, Antigo 105 

Downs Wm W, Bavfiekl 158 

Denniston J C, Ellsworth 293 

Eiickiog C L. FouJ du Lac 313 

CUrlstianson Otto, Ilayward 3G9 

Oueida Countv Land and Abstract 

Co, lihinelaiider 895 

American Laud and Title Uegitter 

Assu, St Paul, Minn .' 1236 

Catliu «fc Butler Abstract Co (I'ld), 

Superior 970 

Douglas County Abstract Co, Su- 
perior 974 

Wausau Law and Land Assu, Wausau 1005 
AGP.ICULTUKiL IMPLEJIENrS. 

Appleton Slnfg Co, Ap[jlelon 121 

Ott Jacob, Bnraboo 153 

Buss Harrow JInf:: Co The, Madison 495 

Fuller ifc .lohusoa Mnfg Co, Madison 475 

Lindsay liruM, Milwaukee 073 

Moliiie riow Co, Jloiine, III ins7 

Kelleher C C, Phillii>s 841 

ARCIUTECTS. 

Dean Philip, Appleton 121 

Janesviile Construction Co, Janes- 

ville 397 

Diclihtint Charles A, Kenosha 423 

Cory John, JMadison 493 

Charles John, [Milwaukee 749 

Kimball W D, Milwaukee 065 

Kiisch H G, Jlilwaukf e 651 

Kolpacki Bernhard, Milwaukee .... 069 

Leipold & Wiskocil, Milwaukee 

right top lines 

Peege E J, Milwaukee 063 

Rau Charles il. Jlilwaukee C51 

Kiuger C F. Milwaukee 0S3 

Schnelzky II P, ililwaukee 677 

Seyring Fred, Milwaukee 085 

Swobada Frank. Mihvaukee 689 

Hilpeitshauser Charles, Sheboygan. . 031 



ARTIFICIAL LI3IB MNFRS. Page 

Baty Uobert, :Milwaukee 061 

Prahl Charles A, Milwaukee 095 

ARTISTS. 

Balduzzi C. La Cro.se 1203 

Werner F, Mdwaukee 059 

Freeman C W, Oshkosh S29 

ASSAYERS. 

Mitchell A S, Mihvaukee 1149 

AWNINGS, TENT.S, ETC. 
Carpenter Geo B & Co, Chicago, III. 

cards in classified Business Directory 

Williams T & Bro, Chicago. Ill 1094 

Johnson Chris S, Milwaukee 067 

Pilger G J & Co, Milwaukee 1091 

With & Frees, Milwaukee 669 

BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS. 

Woodaid George S, Appleton 103 

Nation R A, Baraboo 153 

Dawe.s Fred, Fort AtkiQSou 321 

Pierce L & Co, Viroqua 1019 

BANDS AND ORCHESTRAS. 
Neapolitan Mandolin Orchestra, ilil- 

waukee 653 

BANK AND OFFICE FIXTURES. 
Simons W P, West Superior 981 

BANKS AND BA.NKERS. 

Langlade County Bank, Autigo 107 

Commercial National P>ank, Appleton 112 
Fau Claire National Bank, Euu 

Claire 273 

Head Dan & Co. Kenosha 423 

Escbange State Bank, La Crosse. . . . 443 

I State Bank of La Crosse, La Crosse.. 441 

B-JUk of Geneva, Lake Geneva 453 

! Meyer Richard tk Co. Lancaster 457 

I Plankinton Bank The, iliiwaukee.. 
j front cover 

German National Bank, Osbkosh. . . 813 

' State Bank of Phillip-), Phillips 842 

I First National Bank, Racine 875 



"WISCONSIN STAT3 GAZETTESE 



Mnfrs' National Bank of Racice, Ra- 
cine 873 

Union National Bank, Racine 877 

Barron County B;^nk, Rice Lake. . . . 899 

Siiullsburfili Bank, Sliullsburgh 945 

Commercial Bank The, Stevens' 

Point 903 

First National Bank, Stevens' Point. 958 

Rank of Superior, Suiicrior 973 

Bank of Wasliburn, \V',i.sbliurn 1021 

National E.'cebange Bank, Waukeslia 10-15 
Bank of West Superior, West Super- 
ior. . . 981 

Douglas County Bank, West Super- 
ior 93 

BARBERS' SUPPLIES. 

Lowe L, Milwaukee 681 

BATtlS. 

Norris A B & JI A, .lanesvi'.Ie 

rigbt top lines 
BEER PUMPS. 

Karger Leopold, Milwaukee 015 

Seveiia Gustav, Milwaukee 1345 

BELTING AND HOSE. 

Culligan .Jolin D, Milwaukee 010 

Gardner A II Co, .AUhvaukee 029 

Goodyear Rubber Co, Alilwaukee. . . 

left top liiie.s and opp 110'-! 
BICYCLES AND TRICYCLES. 

Andrae Julius, Milwaukee 

left bottom lines 
BIRD DEALERS. 

Brummer W F, Milwaukee 015 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Bremner Phillip, Aslibaid 137 

>IacMartin ,J, Eau Claire '.283 

Bloeilel Phillip, .Miuke.^an ,5'35 

Obeuberger Joseph, .Milwatikee 619 

BLUE PRINTS. 

Scbmitt M J, Milwaukee 083 

BOAT BUILDERS. 

Bernard Charles & Son, Madison. . . . 491 

Turvill Bros, Mailisou 485 

Larson Loui.'*, Milwaukee 671 

Nagle Wm, Milwaukee 681 

BOILERMAKERS. 

Bondy Bros, Ashland 137 

Parish Mn fg Co, A«blund 6 

Seyler D J, Ashland 129 

Gaston David. Eau Claire 279 

Grams John, La Crosse 443 

Milwaukee Boiler Co, Milwaukee... 593 

Weifel & Vilter Mufg Co, Milwaukee 0'23 

Battis Bros, Oshkosli 821 

Guatavus E R, Ushkosh 819 

Kunert E JInfg Co The, Watertown 1032 

BOILER PUROE JINFRS. 

JIaybury Fred M, iMilwaiiliee 017 



BOILER AND PIPE COVERING. Pnje 

Mannville Covering Co, Milwaukee, i 

front cover 

Sprinkmann Fred, Alilwaukee 0S9 

BOOK BINDERS. 

Tock J II, Appleton V2l 

Park V/m J A; Sons, Maili.sf.n 483 

Ankelen Guttav, Jlilwaukee 003 

Qermania Publishing Co, Jlilwaukeo 

opp 583 

Laverrenz Otto & Gro, Milwaukee. . 095 

Miller 11 C oi Co. Jlilwaukee 075 

Wetzel A & Bro, Alilwaukee 705 

Mast 11 C, West Superior 991 

BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 

Park Wm J & Sons, Madison -i^Z 

Caspar C N, .Milwaukee 003 

West il II Co, Milwaukee .587 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

Rothman Philip, Stevens' Point 901 

BOTTLERS. 

Klein F G & Co, Builinglon 195 

Fardy & Robinson, Janesville 395 

Ileger Rudolf, Jellerson 407 

Blalz Val Brewing Co, Milwaukee.. 575 

Graf John, .Milwaukee 007 

(Jriiula Springs Co, .Milwaukee .... 087 

Knapsleiii Tlieo v.t Co, New London. 779 

(ilalz J A. Son, Oshkosh 800 

Raddanl Emil T, Shawano 929 

Eaton S M A. Son, Watertown 1030 

Ilaitig & Alanz, Watertown 1037 

West Superior Bottling Co, West 

Superior 997 

BO-X JINFRS. 

Drost H A Son. Manitowoc 509 

De Lange II. Jlilwaukeo 055 

Hays George, Milwaukee 057 

TimrasCl, Ripou 905 

Griffln E xV, Waukesha 1045 

BOX SHOOK MNFRS. 

Doherty & Monahan, Ashland 135 

BRASS FOUNDERS. 

Mellen Wm, ililwaukee 679 

BRASS GOODS. 

Roosevelt W A Co. La Crosse 445 

BRASS AND COPPER TUBES-SEAMLESS. 

American Tube Woiks, Chicago, III. 11^3 

BREWERS. 

Michel C & J Brewing Co, Chippewa 

Falls ; '221 

Riedel George, Hudson 383 

Becker Ph, Hurley 3.87 

Fardy & Robinson, Janesville 305 

Ileger Rudolf, Jefferson 4o7 

Gund John Brewing Co, La Crosse. . 435 

Alichel C & .1 Browing Co, La Crosse 433 

Blatz Val Crewing C.J, Alilwaukee.. 575 

Graf John, Alilwaukee 007 



AND BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 



Page 

Schlitz Jo3 Erewing Co, Milwaukee. 573 

Knapstt'in Theo £ Co, >Cew Loni'.oD. 770 

GlaizJifcSon, O&likosh SOU 

Horn & Schwalm, Osbkosh 823 

Ratiaant Emil T, Shawano 920 

Ilarlig & Manz, Watertowo 1037 

BREWERS' .MACHINERY. 

Brodesser ilafg Co, Milwaukee 

right top lines 
BRICK MNFRS. 

Veilh Ferdinand, JIanitowoc 500 

Standard Brick Co, Milwaukee 112.5 

BRICK MOLD MXFRS. 
Coldewe Q& Co. Milwaukee 1126 

BRIDGE BUILDRS. 

Durkee E E, Phillips 843 

"Wisconsin Bridge and Iron Co, Wau- 
watosa 10G3 

BR005I JINFKS. 

Eagle Broom Factory, Oshkosh 820 

BUILDERS' IKON WORK. 
Clark, Kallcn & Co, Chica;.^o, 111 . . . . 1133 

BUILDING M.\TFKI.\LS. 

Erdman Albert J. Milwaukee 1131 

Lund George, Milwiuikee 673 

BUILDING AND LOAN ASSNS. 
^Ina Building Slid L<'an Aspn, Eau 

Claire 278 

BUTCHERS' BLOCKS. 

Willson Bros, Appleton 117 

BUTCHERS' SUPPLIES. 

Birkcnwftld S & Co, Milwaukee 1291 

Brodesser Mnfg Co, Milwaukee 

right top lines 

Jacobi & Uichter, Milwaukee 1291 

CARPENTERS AND BUII.DEP.S. 

Sherry James, Appltton 123 

Ott ,Tacol), Baraboo 153 

McKinlay Bros, Dodgeville •2.'53 

Janesville Construction Co, .Janes- 

ville 397 

Arnsmaier Fred, Madison 49.5 

Cory John, Madison 493 

Kemp J M & Co, Madison 483 

Peterson, Olson A:. Fish, Madison 485 

Ketlich Krust, Marinette 515 

Eiegel Peter, Milwaukte 647 

Buc&trin Henry, Milwaukee 663 

Lieschel Charles, Milwaukee 637 

Sims J C, Milwaukee 691 

Stollcnwerk A & B, Milwaukee 7:;0 

Taylor W G, .Milwaukee 665 

Winkelmann C F, Milwaukee 693 

Hartmann Henrv. Phillips 841 

Woodard John U. Phillip.- 842 

Olin ifc Packard, Stevens' Point 963 

Halloran John, Wa.^hburn 1023 

Sporleder F H. Wauwatci-n 1061 

Williams Levi U & Son, Winneconnc 1078 



CARPET CLEANERS. Page 

Beyer J V, Jlil waukee 647 

CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC. 

Boettcher & Schimmel, Milwaukee. . 597 

CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS. 

Bush & Hill, Fond du Lac 311 

CARRIAGE AND WAGONMAKERS. 

Sicotte J B, Ashland 139 

Soper N S, A.=hland 133 

Thompson Tyler, Brillion 189 

Peterson N P, Colby 229 

Bostwick A J, Eau Claire 277 

Green Hay Carriage Co, Green Bay.. 353 

Smits Heiman, Green Bay 358 

Ledwith Jamc.s, Madison 491 

Schmidt & Heintz, IMenomonie 543 

Bues H F. Milwaukee 581 

Egfilhoff J & J, Milwaukee 637 

Hiiul Joseph it Sons, iMiiwaukee.. . . 667 

Kropp Wm & Co, Milwaukee 672 

Raelz Gust, Milwaukee 687 

Stehling& Bloomer, ildwaukee 619 

Hanstchal E, Oconto 709 

Hail A B, Oraro 803 

Xevillr T, Oshkosh 815 

Wyland & Castle, Oshkosh. 813 

Earner M. Peshtigo 839 

Ilenze A R, Port Washington 861 

Schwanke Avigiisl. Princeton 871 

Walt & Duncan, West Superior .... 989 

Giesey A L, Whitewater 1073 

CEJIENT. 
Milwaukee Cement Co, Milwaukee. . 

left bottom lines 
CHECK PERFORATOR IiINFRS. 

Abbott Machine Co, Chicago, 111 10 

CHEESE MNFRS. 

Eberle John, Alma 96 

Jossi & Ilulihegger, Water town 1039 

CHEESE BOX MNFRS. 

Marr & Kachel Bros, Whitewater... 1073 

CHEMICALS. 

Northwestern Chemical Co, Milwau- 
kee 677 

CHEMISTS-ANALYTICAL. 

Mitchell A S, Milwaukee 1149 

CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS. 

Goodnow JIrs II D, Madison 495 

CHURCH FURNITURE. 

Ilackner E, La Crotse 443 

CHURCH AND SCHOOL FURNITURE. 

Manitowoc Mnfg Co, Manitowoc 505 

CIGAR MNFRS. 

Schneider George, Fountain City. .. . 326 

Dengler John. La Crosse 443 

Pamperin Sc Wiggenhorn Cigar Co, 

La Crosse 445 

Bevtr Bros, Marshfleld 527 

Aschermann Ed & Co, Milwaukee. . 

left top lines 



WISCONSIN STATE QAZETTEKR 



Reuter Charles F, Xew Lnnlon . . . . 770 

Frewerd Geori:;c .M, OcoqLo 707 

Wisgenhorn IJros, Wateito'.vn 1039 

CIQARS AN'D TOBACCO. 

Frank J, Madison 487 

Woodard & Stone, Watertowu 1039 

CIVIL EXGINEERS AND SURVEYORS. 

Duclisc & Benisbek, Antigo 109 

Sell Gcorso, Glidden 337 

Seyrincr Fred, Milwaukee US.5 

Smith & Ilare, Superior 97-1 

CLOCK 3INFRS. 

Schv.'albach 31, Milwaukee 635 

CLOTHES CLEANERS. 
Fischer Chemical Cleaning Works, 

Milwaukee G51 

CLOTHING, -n 

SImouds Chauncey Co, Milwaukee. . 025 

:COAL MINT.KS. 

Brackcbush A C & Co, Chicsgo, 111 . 1155 
COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS. 

Joannes Bros, Green Buy 351 

COLD STORACiE. 

Union Produce Co, Whitewater 1073 

COLLECTION AOF.NTS. 

Trever J H. Autico 107 

Pratt E C, Beaver Dam 101 

Brooks & Blanchard, B(is-col)el 183 

Wisconsin Collection Agency, Chip- 
pewa Falls 219 

Gores J C, F,au CInire 281 

Merriraan Georire W, Eiiu (Claire. . . . 277 

Hood Wm, Fort Ilownrd, ;!2;j 323 

Webster L II K, llillsboK.ugh 374 

HuuiphreviUc Win fl, Jlnrinelte. . . . 521 

Spence E L, Milton ,i."i3 

Eimcrinann A J, Milwaukee 051 

Joyce Gilbert S, .Milw:uiki.e 027 

Schilling Jacob, MilwnuUi'e 705 

Ilurlbut & Goodwin, Oconomowoc. . 703 

Owen W P, Phillips 812 

Doe A Keynolds, Superior 973 

Palmer Mr.s S D & Son, Toniah 1005 

Morau N B, Watcrtown 102S 

Wausau Law and Land Assd, Wau- 

sau 1055 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Lawrence Universitj', Antigo HI 

O'Sullivan'3 Commercial Academy, 

Ashland right top lines 

Bryant & Strattou Chicago Busi- 

ne.ss College, Chicago, 111. "left top lines 
Green Bay Business College. Green 

Bay right top lines 

Milton College, Milton .553 

Uheude's Anton Business College, 

Milv. aukee 1 128 



Page 
Spencerian Bu^lcess College, Mil- 
waukee front cove'r 

Wilmot Business and Shorthand Col- 
lege, Milwaukee 507 

Oshkosh Busine.=s College and School 

of Shorthand, Oshkosh front cover 

College of Our Lady of the Sacred 

Ueart, Watertown" 1031 

Northwestern L'niversity, Watertown 

1027 and 102S 
COMMISSION. 

Sullivan J & Co, Ashland 135 

Sellers Malci.'lra, Fort Howard 323 

Bishop A V. .^lil w.iukee 049 

Path John. .Milwaukee 003 

Keihl & Breidstcr, Milwaukee 705 

CONFECTIONERS. 

Funke Joseph B, L.a Crosse 439 

La Crosse Ciacku- Co, La Crosse. . . 441 

Adler F P, Mdwaukee 041 

CONTRACTORS -GENERAL. 

Gricse Alwin W. Milwaukee 055 

Durkee E E, Phillips 843 

COOPERS. 

Horner Joseph, Ai);ikton 125 

Graham Bros. Brandon 187 

Britton D W, Grem Bay 343 

Forth, Schmid & Uarman, Green 

Bay 347 

Biegel Peter, Jlil waukee 647 

Goerres Philipp, IMilwaukce 637 

Stolper Charles, Milwaukee 689 

Heiu John, >,'eillsvdle 771 

COPPER AND BRASS TUBES- SEAMLESS. 

American Tube Works, Chicago, III. 11C2 

COPPERSMITHS. 

Grocn Fred H, :\Iihvaukee 657 

Weissleder Herman, Miiwaukee 691 

COSTUMERS. 

Ilagemann Mrs Louise, Chicago, 111 1103 

Grassier M. Milwaukee 1103 

Staab Mrs Iv, Milwaukee 035 

Thierbach M & Co, Milwaukee 017 

CRACKER MNFRS. 

La Crosse Cracker Co, La Crosse... 441 

Woodard & Stone, Watertown 1039 

CREAMERIES. 

Wells & Jlulrooney. Xcw Kichmond 784 
crea:merv SUPPLIES. 

Simon G H, Kiel 426 

CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. 

Smith George W & Bro, Eau Claire 275 

DAIRY SUPPLIES. 

Audreo E W, Milwaukee 041 

Kusel D>.fc F. Watertown 1031 

Marr & Kachel Bros. ^Vbitewater. . . 1073 

DECOR.VTORS. 

Thomsen J, Fond du Lac T18 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



Oyen Odin' J, La Crosse 43.'5 

Seller Jacob, Madbou 493 

Mueller & Koken, Milwaukee 631 

DENTISTS. 

Kinney H E, Fox Lake 327 

Northwestern Dental Assn, Milwau- 
kee opp 702 

Kezertee I, Oihkosh 827 

Barney Bros, Prairie du Chien 867 

DESK JIXFRS. 

Petersen A'.&^Co, Chicago, 111 1170 

DETECTIVE AGEN'CIES. 
Mooney & Boland Detective Agency, 

-' Chicago, III 1173 

Pinkerton ifc Co's United States De- 
tective Agency, Chicago, 111 1173 

DntECTOUY PUBLISHERS. 

Polk R^L &.Co, Chicago, 111. . . .opp 529 

DI.STILI.ERS. 

Stoll, Vannatta & Co. Lexington, Ky 1093 

Fuldner L •k, Co, Milwaukee 657 

DRUGGISTS— WHOLESALE. 

McCord James, La Crosso 441 

DRUGGISTS. 

Sedgwick F A, Cliutoiiville 227 

Edv/ards Wm M, Pottage 859 

DRY GOODS. 
Anderson Jlons & Son, La CrosMO . 
Carroll &, Kennedy Co, Milwaukee. 

GoU & Frank Co, Jlilwaukce 

Rothman Philip, Stevens' Point.. . . 
DYERS. 

Dittmar 11 C, Fond du Lac 

Hack ifc Alteii, Milwaukee 

Nelson Swan, Milwaukee 1205 

Pielsch Otto Dye Works, Milwaukee 

r-^'^ top edge and 686 
Teuscher Joseph, Milwaukee 689 

EDGE TOOL MXFRS. 

Willott Jos & Sons, JIanitowoc 1277 

EGG CASE MN'FRS. 

Bolten P^n & Co, Chicago, 111 11S5 

ELECTRICAL BATTERIES. 

Miller Battery Co, AVinueconne 1078 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. 
Andrae Julius, Mihvaukee. left hottom lines 
Petersen H, Jlilwaukee. .. .left side lines 

ELEVATOR BUILDERS, 

Brodesser Mnfg Co, Milwaukee 

right top lines 
Kieckhefer Elevator Mnfg Co, Mil- 
waukee backbone 

ENGINE BUILDERS. 

Johns V," n, Antigo 106 

Parish ilnfg Co, Ashland 

left bottom lines and 6 



U3 

619 



901 



313 

1183 



Seyler D J, Ashland 129 

Birdsall Co The, Fond du Lac 

313 and 1086 

Alli3EdwP& Co, Milwaukee 1197 ' 

Sheriffs Mnfg (;o, Jlilwaukce 595 

Weisel A; Vilter Mnfg Co. Milwaukee 623 
Wilkin Mnfg Co The, Milwaukee. . 

front cover 

Barnes J A, Oshkosh 809 

Rice John & Bro, Stevens' Point 959 

Kuneit E Mnfg Co The, Waterlown 1032 

Strothman Bros, West Superior. . . . 995 

ENGINES. 

Hamann & Senz, Milwavikee 613 

Packard OL JIachinery Co, Milwau- 
kee 601 

ENGRAVERS. 
Benedict George II & Co, Chicago, 111 1191 
Braun Illustrating Co, Chicago. 111. . 1187 

Calkins T E & Co, Chicago, 111 11S8 

Chicago Photo-Engraving Co, Chica- 
go, III 1189 

Chicago Photo-Tiut Co, Chicago, 111 1190 

Corlett Bros, Chicago, III 1189 

Drant Encravins Co, ChicaLTO, 111. . . 11^9 

Ilawtin W & Co, Chicago, 111 1189 

Jurgens C & Bro, Chicago, III 1391 

[\:rau3e E L, Ch'cago, III...... 1191 

Kunze R E E, Chicago, 111 1191 

Manz J & Co, Chicago, 111 1190 

Hickett-s C L, Chicago, III 1191 

Wetzell A E, Chicago, 111 1190 

Binner Engraving Co. Milwaukee. ... 563 

Jurss Wra C' &; Co. Milwaukee 1188 

Krus F P, Milwaukee 669 

Marr it Richards Engraving Co, Mil- 
waukee 603 

Milwaukee Engraving Co,Jlilwaukee 629 

FANNING MILLS. 
Dickey E P Fanning Mill Co, Racine 877 

Foster & Williams, Uacinu 875 

rpATHER RENOVATORS. 

Seilz J, Milwaukee 685 

FEED MILLS. 

Wells & Mulrooney, New Richmond 784 

FILE 3INFRS. 

Soberer Henry, Fond du Lac 315 

FIRE BRICK AMD FIRE CLAY'. 
Monmouth Mining and ilnfg Co, 
Monmouth, 111 382 

FISH— WHOLESALE. 

Johnson J S, Green Bay 351 

Schiller 0, Gioen Bay 353 

Streckenbach C AV & Co, Grtcn Bay. 355 

Larsen James, Marinette 517 

LinJquist J O, Marinette 515 

FISH, OY'STERS AND GAME. 

Avery & Uantzsch, Ashland 141 



WISCONSIN STATE GAZETTKEfi. 



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Fath John, MilwAuUee 663 

Ludwig Charles, ^lilwaukee. 673 

FLAGS AND BANNERS. 

PilgerGJ&Co. Milwaukee opp 1194 

FLORISTS. 

Hochdanner Bros, Ashland 1 39 

Millard B F, Chippewa Fall.'? 217 

Millard B F, Eau Claire 217 

Reinecke &, Wendorll, Green Bay. . . 35S 

Beyer B, La CroFse 437 

Baumgarteu C. Milwaukee, 623 

Klokner A, Milws.ukte 070 

Rost John G, ^lilwaukee 6C.5 

Buecheler H C, Oconomowoc 793 

Miles John L, Ripou 90.5 

Lolz Mrs C T, Wateriown 1028 

Sorrill Wm R, Wausau 1057 

FLOUR MILLS. 

^ Alma Millinc: Co, Alma 97 

Dunham & Smilh, De Pere 247 

StraubeUt Ebelicg, Green B.iy. ... 345 

Johnston Wm & Co, New Richmond 784 

York I W & Co, Portage 857 

Freeman & Rujter, River Falls 1199 

FLOUR AND FEED. 

Myers S M & Co, Independence 390 

Techmer H C, La Crosse 437 

JLlkr Bros, Marinette 015 

Mauston Produce Exchange, Mau.ston .531 

FOLDING BEDS. 

Andrews A II & Co, Chicaijo, 111. . . . 1201 
FOREIGN E5CH.VNGE AND PA.SSAGE AGENTS 
Danielson, Aarslad & Peterson, West 

Superior 983 

FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS. 

Parish Mnfg Co, Ashland 

left bottom lines and 

Torrance John & ^on. La Crosse. . . . 445 

Lang & Christensou, Marshlield .527 

Beyer Georgr, New London . .* 779 

Barnes J A, Oshkosh 809 

Rhinelander Iron C.>. Rhinelander. . 895 

Rice John &. Bro, Slevens' Point 959 

Strothman Bins, AVest Superior 995 

Kunerl E Mnfg Co The, Waterlown 1033 
FRUITS. 

Frank J, Madison 487 

FUR DItESSERS. 

Nelson Swan, Milwaukee 1205 

FUR DYERS. 

Martin Frank, Jlihvaukee 603 

FURRIERS. 

Lohse Bros, ililwuukce 649 

FURS-RAW. 
McMillan Jas & Co, Minneapolis 

Minn 1377 



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FURNITURE MINERS AND DEALERS. Pa^. 

Union Toy and Furniture Co, Apple- 
ton 

Eau Claire Furniture Co, Eau Claire 2S3 

Pioneer Farniture Co, Eau Claire . . 277 

Post W H, Fond du Lac 

right bottom lines and iij', 

Sondermann E, Manitowoc .jI.'j 

Ilartwig Fred J, Medford ry.i: 

Clement, Wdliams & Co. Milwaukee 067 
Northwestern Furniture Co, ililwau- 

kee 703 

Philipp A & Bro, ililwaukee 591 

ischneider & Schlesinccr, Milwaukee 0S3 

Schoenleber Otto J, Milwaukee 564 

Willaman & Thorp, Jlonroe 703 

McCuddin M. Moutello 707 

Philipp A &. Bro, "Wauwatosa 091 

GALVANIZED IRON CORNICE MNFRS. 
Miller James A & Bro, Chicago, III.. 12i.7 

Taylor A B. Fond du Lac 

Biersach & Niederraej-er, Milwaukee 

Co.x Joseph L, Milwaukee 

Jones II L Co (i'td>, Milwaukee .... 

Schmitt F & Sons, .JIdwaiikee 

Sullivan U ,1, .Milwaukee 

Burdick & Lecour, West Superior. . 
Roberts & Bingham, West Superior 

GAS STOVES. 
Milwaukee Gas Stove Co, Milwaukee 

GENERAL STORES. 

Errard C E, Fond du Lac 

Post W n, Fond du Lac 

right bottom lines and 
Lundberg K, Marinette 



31.5 

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649 

osa 

12U8 

083 
997 

093 

317 

309 
519 



Webb it Schwekes, Reedsburgh 891 

Nye. Lusk & Hudson, Thorp 1002 

Williams & Emter, Wausau 1007 

GRAIN. 
YorklWA Co, Portage 857 

GRANITE. 

Sengcr Rudolph, Mdwaukee 700 

GROCERS- WHOLESALE. 
Chippewa Valley Mercantile Co, 

Chippewa Falls 219 

Joannes Bros, Green Bay 351 

GROCERS. 

Reed George M, Eau Claire 279 

Dawes Fred, Fort Atkinson 321 

Miller Bros, Marlnelle 015 

Jacobi & Richter, .Milwaukee 1291 

Larson James, Milwaukee 671 

Mendel, Smith it Co, Milwaukee. . 1225 

GUNS AND A3IMUNITI0N. 
Mcunier John Gun Co, Milwaukee. . 
! right bottom lines 
Stannard F P Gun Co The, Milwau- 
kee left bottom lines 

GUNSMITHS. 

Wilson Lewis, Berlin 171 



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Eind Henry, Chippeiva Falls 221 

Martin Harry T, WLitewatL-r 1073 

HAIR GOODS. 

lIcLees Kate, Jlihvavikee USl 

McLees Ka'.e, Kacine 87!) 

HARDWARE. 

Bowes R 51, Beaver Dam 161 

Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co, 

Chicago, 111 I... 87 

Webb i" Stansbury, Chippewa Falls. 210 

Kroner F, La Crosse 441 

AVestliind Aug, Marinette 521 

Kelkber C C,' I'hillips 841 

Koepsell Jnbn J, Sheboygan 933 

Bishoff J F Jr, Superior 973 

Hecli; E A, Watertown 1039 

Kusel D & F, Walertown 1031 

HARDWARE MNFRS. 

Moore JInfg and Foundry Co, Mil- 
■waukee 693 

HARDWARE SPECIALTIES. 

Andrae Julius, Milwaukee 

left bottona lines 
HARNE.SS SEWING :\IaCHINES. 

O'Fiaherty John, Montreal, P Q 134! 

HAY PRESSES. 
Famous Mnfg Co, Chicago, 111 1241 

HIDES, PELTS AND FURS. 

Stevens A H, Eau Claire 2S3 

McMiUanJasifc Co, Minneapolis, Minn 1377 
. HORSESHOERS. 

Bralsch August, Berlin 171 

HOSPITALS. 
Chicago Medical and Surgical Insti- 
tute, Chicago, III 10.S8 

Madison Hos|utal, Madison 479 

Stein Mrs AVilhelmine, Milwaukee. . . (13o 
'Wisconsin College of Midwifery and 

Lying-in Hospital, Milwaukee 70.") 

Rhinelander Hospital, Rhinelander. . b9.5 
HOT AIR DRUMS. 

Whiting Ezra T, Dartford 1235 

HOTEL SUPPLIES. 

Wilks S Mnfg Co, Chicago, III 1373 

HOTELS. 

Central House, Alb iny 93 

Mdssasoit House Thr, Alma 97 

('entral Hotel, Antigo 107 

Commercial Hotel, Antigo 10.5 

Vivian The, Antigo 100 

Briggs House, Appleton 121 

Northwestern House, Appleton 123 

Ajhland House, Ashland 130 

Chefiuaniegon The, Ashland 130 

Lc Oramle Hote:, A-ihland 137 

St Clair House, Ashland 141 

Tremont House, Ashland 141 



Park House. Augusta 

Goodwin The, Btloit 

AVestern The, Berlin. . 

Freeman The, Black Piiver Falls. . . . 

Central House The. Burlington 

Butternut House, Butternut 

Commercial Hotel, Cadolt 

Central House, Chilton 

Hotel Meehan, Darlington 

Dnd-eville Hotel, DodgeviUe 

51ariis House, Dodgcvillc 

Casler House, Durand 

Eau Claire House, Eau Claire 

Frawley House, Eau Claire 

Jsickel'Plate House, Elkhorn; 

Commercial House, Fitield 

Palmer House, Fond du La; 

Huffman House, Fort Howard 

Globe Hotel. Gratiot 

Beaumont The. Green Bay 

Cook's Hotel, Green B ly 

Gaspar House, Hartford 

Mallow House, Hillsborough 

Schwebs' Hotel, Hortonville 

Burtcui House, Hurley 

Jelferson House. Jetlerson 

Juneau House, Juneau 

Cameron House, La Crosse 

Espersen House, La Crosse 

Capital fJouse, Madison 

Vienna Ilotol, J\Iadison 

Northwestern House, JIanitowoc. . . . 

W'dlinms House, Manitowoc 

Windiate llou.se, Manitowoc 

New Dunlap The, .Marinette 

Strass I S, Marinette 

Tremont House, Marshtield 

Fox River House, 3Ienasha 

Kollock House, Merrill 

Lincoln House. Merrill 

I^eiLrh House, Milwaukee 

sillier House, Milwaukee 

Mitchell House. Jlihvaukee 

Northwestern Hotel, Jlilwaukee . . . . 

Plankinton ILiUse, Milwaukee 

Rei.iublican Ibuise, Milwaukee 

Fraukland House, Montfort 

Russell House, Neenah 

Merchants' The.Neilisville 

Sheridan House, Oshkosh 

Cholctte H'luse, Peshtigo. . 

Peshtigo CoQipany House The, Pesh- 
tigo...* 

Lake View House, Phillips 

National House The, Phillips 

Gates House, Platteville 

American House The, Princeton.... 

Commercial Hotel, Racine 

I Garfield Hotel, Racine 

I Clement The, Randolph 

Fuller Hnise The, Rhinelander 

Oneida House, Rhinelander 



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Merchants' Hotel, KicUland Centre. . 901 

Carley House, Kipnn 904 

TremoDt House, Kiver Falls 909 

Commercial Hotel, Slieboj'frau 933 

Gu3'ett House, Sbebovgau Falls 911 

St James Hotel, South Superior 977 

Ida House, Sparta 949 

Curran House, Stevens' Point 9iU 

Mansion House, Slevens' Point 9G;? 

Euclid The, Superiur 977 

Wallier House, Superior 979 

Forest Queen Hotel, Thorp 1003 

American Hotel, \V:ishburu lOiS 

Hotel Washburn, Washburn 10:23 

Bad!;er State The, Waterloo 1020 

Spring City Hotel, "Waukesha 1043 

Wambold House, "Wauke.'ha 1047 

Brunswick Hotel, Waupun lOril 

Wauwatosa Hotel, Wauv.atosa 1002 

Broadway Hotel, West Superior .... 

left aide lines 

Hotel Tower, West Superior 9s9 

Pioneer Hotel, West Superior 997 

West Superior The, West Superior. . 9s7 

Miller House, Wonewoc lOSO 

HOUSE FUKNISIII.Na i";0ODS. 

Boetlcher & Scbinimel, Milwaukee. . 097 

HOUSE MOVICRS. 

Cone E, Sheboygan 1252 

ICE CREAM .MN'FKS. 

Adler F P, JliKvaukee 041 

ICE TOOL m>:m;s. 

Petz F G, Chicago, HI 1253 

INSUllANCE AtlENTy, 

McClintock C M E, Ashland 135 

Jones C A, Hurlhi^'ton 190 

Bradford Robert E, Chip]iewa Fall.i. 221 

Townsend J L, Cliippewa Falls .... 221 

Hood Wm, Fort llownrd 323 

French it ClitTord, IM^disou 4S9 

C'andee W S, Jlilwaukee. . .right top lines 

Cole Sidney H, Milwa\ikce 003 

MacLareu 1\I N, Milwaukee 

left siile lines and C25 

Macombcr W W, Milwaukee 

bottt>m edge and 501 

Milbrath C W & Co, Milwaukee .... 029 

]^Iurphy Daniel E, Milwaukee 2 

Naish E B, Jlilwaukce 077 

Schilling Jacob. Milwaukee 705 

Smith A E & Co, Milwaukee 5^5 

Hurlbut it Goodwin, Ocouumowtc. 793 

Owen W F, Phillips 842 

Foster G C, Kaudolph 8S0 

Doe it Keynnlds, Superior 973 

George & Shryack, Superior 974 

Palmer Mrs S I) & Son, Tonuih lUOO 

Ziemer Kichard G, Wau-^au lOoO 

Harris P>ros, West Superior 983 

Hutchins, Gaudet & Co, West Super- 
ior 989 



Pag9 

Keystone Investment Co, West Su- 
perior 987 

Van Valen & Waterman, White- 
water 10'73 

INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Fidelity and Casualty Co of New 

York, ililwaukee 580 

New York Life Insurance Co, Mil- 
waukee right top lines 

Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance 
Co of Milwaukee. .Milwaukee 

Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co, Mil- 
waukee bottom edge and 501 

Travelers' Insurance Co of Hartford, j 

Conn.SIilwaiikce, leftside lines and 620 1 

United States Mutual Accident Assu, i 

Milwaukee 677 

IRON AND STEEL. 

Kroner F, La Ciosse 441 

JEWELERS-MNFQ. 

Bunde & Upmeyer, Milwaukee .... 563 

JUNK DEALERS. 

Cassel Peter, Jlilwaukec 650 

HendeeC A it Son, Milwaukee 013 

JUSTICES. 

Humphreville Win H, Jlarinette. . . . 521 

LANDS. 

Brewsier L D. Chippewa Falls 219 

Jliles D E, Chii.jv'wa Falls 221 

Ideal Land and l^oan C", Ean Claire 270 

Wibcon.sin Kiver Land Co. tiau Claire 275 

Marshlield Land Co, .Marshfield. .opp 528 

Baker J S, St Croi.K Falls 917 

Lincoln & Correll. Superifir 977 

Superior Consolidated i/and Co, Su- 
perior 974 

Wausau Law and Land Assn, Wau- 

sau 1055 

Dobie Bros, AVcst Superior 987 

Miller C W & Co, West Superior. . . . 993 
LAUNDPiIES. 

Dewey C A, Eau Claire 283 

Schallcr & Strickler, Janesville 397 

Bciderer Mrs M, Manitowoc 509 

Weiland Peter, Marshueid 527 

Canar Bios, Milwaukee 651 

Edwards W N, Milwaukee. 1263 

Weir A J, Portage 855 

Kusserow C, Sheboygan 933 

LAUNDRY SUPPLIES. 

Olson Knud, Milwaukee 693 

LAWYERS. 

Trcver J II, Antiso 107 

Harriman Frank W, Appleton 123 

Downs Wm ^V^ Buvlield 158 

Pratt E C, Beaver 1 )am 161 

Brooks it niancliaril, IJoscobel 183 

Gores J C, Eau Cl'ure 281 

Webster L H E, Hillsborough 374 



AND BUSINESS DIEECTOKY. 



Baker ifc Helms, Hudson 380 

Blanchard H H, Jiinesvilte o97 

Lowry Ed J[, Lancaster 4o7 

Leary John W, Madison 4!) j 

Marshfield Land Co, Marsbfield. .opp .j-S 

Spencf E L, Milton - 553 

Becker Danfortb. 3Iilwaukee 645 

Doughis James, Milwaukee 003 

Eimermana A J, .Mdw.iukee 651 

Pereles NatU it tions, Milwaukee. . . . 

Stout Stanley S, ililwaukee 659 

Underwood H G, Jlllwaukee 

right top lines and 1316 

Williamson J F, Minneapolis, ;Miuu. 1310 

Hurlbut ifc Goodwin, Oconomowoc. . 7!i3 

Pbillips <fc Kleist, Osbkosh 825 

Stewart Frank C, Osbkosb 813 

Owen W F, I'billips 843 

Catlin & Bu'ler, Superior 970 

ililler Grover P, Superior 977 

SilbauL-h .larkson, Viroqua 1019 

Jloran N B, Watertowu 1008 

Spencer .James R, Waukesha 1047 

Ryan & Merton. WauUeeba 1013 

Sumner D 11. Waukeilia 1047 

TuUar I) S, Waukesba 1047 

Wausau Law and Land Aasn, Wau- 

sau 1055 

McCausland & McCluer, West Su- 
perior 991 

LIME JINFR.S. 

Coburn G W, Wbilcwatrr 1073 

LIME, I'LASTEK AND CEMENT. 

Schroedcrs Bros, Green Bay 345 

LITHOGRAPHERS. 

746 



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Orcutt Co The, Chicago, 111 
LIVE STOCK. 

Meyer Fred C, Anlii^o 109 

Ullman .J & Co, Appleton 119 

Truax Peter, Eau Claire 069 

Skimiu & Rassell, Lone; Grove, Li.. 1094 

Zimmermann John Y, .Med lord 537 

Berwanger A, ^lilwaukee 045 

VanNorman G B, Jlilwaukee 633 

BartU N, Sun Prairie 97'3 

Fuermann Charles, Watertowu 1037 

IlartwigAU, Walerlown 1034 

Valerius Ur & Co, Wat^rti.wn 1033 

LIVERY, SALE AND FEEt> STABLES. 

Creuzer C F, Alma 90 

Lego Peter & Son, Chippewa Falls. . 217 

Bmder A, Eau Claire 281 

Cernaghan T A, Eau Claire 267 

Kitteltoa Charle.s, Elrov 295 

Brown W G, Fort Atkinson 322 

Magee D T, Galesvllle 1243 

Snyder Frank, Green Bay 349 

Johnson W J &, Co, Ilud.son 383 

Morris it Gill, Hurley 387 

Shoemaker W E Jancsville 399 



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Posey & MoPhersnn, Lancaster 457 

Scott James W, 3Ierrill 547 

Brown David. Mineral Point 749 

Duerst X S, Monroe 753 

Breese L P, Richland Centre 901 

Bruley Wm, Waupaca 1046 

Campbell & Mott, West Superior... . 995 

Scarlett & Currie, West Superior. . . . 997 

LOANS. 

Deleglise Frank A, Antigo 104 

Trever J H, Antigo 107 

Ileydlauff it Osboru, Ashland 141 

EnckiDf!' C L, Fond du Lac 313 

Blanchard H H, Janesville 397 

French & Clill'ord, Madison 489 

Savings, Loan and Trust Co, Madi- 
son 470 

Marshfield Land Co, Marshfield, opji 528 

Speuce E L, Milton 553 

Cole Sidney H, Jlil.vaukee 0C3 

Joyce Gilbert S, Milwaukee 627 

Koitlljr Hui^o, Mdwaukee 665 

Milbrath C W & Cu, Jlilwaukee. . . . 629 

Wilson Amasa, Xew Lisbon 777 

Doe & Reynolds, Superior 973 

George &■ Shrj-ack, Superior 974 

Waiisau Law and Land Assn, Wau- 
sau '. 1055 

Harris Bros, West Superior 9.^3 

Lang F N & Co, West Superior 991 

LOCKSMITHS. 

Kind Henry, Chippewa Falls 221 

LOGGERS. 

Brewster L D, Chippewa Falls 219 

LUMBER. 

Herman Fred. Antico 109 

Hoxle & Mellor, Antiro 103 

KcllogL' Tliomas I), Antigo 104 

Wells C M ifc Son, Appleton 115 

Wilbur Lumber Co, liurliugton 1043 

Filleld Mnfg Co, Fiheld . ." 304 

Jloore &, tialloway Lumber Co (It'd) 

Fond du Lac 311 

DriscoU John, Green Bay 353 

Colman C L, La Crosse 441 

Wisconsin Lumber and Mnfg Co. La 

Crosse 437 

Peterson, Olson & Fish, M-.'lison 485 

Stollfuwerk A it B. Mdwaukee 730 

Johnson Mnfg Co, New London .... 781 
Lyon, Daugherty & Knapsteins.New 

London ." 779 

Cook W P it Bro, Oconto 799 

Holt Lumber Co, Oconto 799 

Oconto Company, Oconto 797 

Conlee Lumber Co. O.-ibkosh 821 

Gould James P, O.-^hkosh 811 

Peshtigo Co The, Peshtigo 837 

ll'ce Lake Lumber Co, Hire Lake. . . 899 

Boswortb & Reilly, Stevens' Point . . 959 



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North Side Lumber Co, Stevens' 

Point 960 

Nye, Lusk & Huflson, Thorp 10ii'2 

Sporledjr F H, Wauwatosa 1061 

LUMBER DRYERS. 
Andrews A II & Co, Chicfigo, 111.. . . 
LUMBER IXSPECTORS. 

McClintock C M E, A?hlaud 

Wiggins ■Sc Richardson, Ashland, . . . 

LUIIBERMEX'S SUPPLIES. 
"Webb & Stansburv, Chippewa Fulls. 

MACAROXI 5I.\FRS. 
Lorenz R & Son, Jlilwaukee Cbl 

MACHINERY. 

Johns W B, Antii,'o 106 

Taylor M D, Jantsville 395 

Bastara Ak-x, ^lilwaukee (iS'i 

Packard L Jlachiuery Co, Jlil- 

waukee 601 

Yale n P & Co, Jlilwauhoe 585 

MACnLVISTS- 
Western Machine Die and Slodel 

"Works, Chicago, L'l 1317 

Phelp? S n, Jane-vi;ie 309 

Ilamann & Senz, Jlilwaukee 613 

MALTSTERS 

Gerlach "Wm & Co, Jlilwaukee 539 

Ozaukee County Maltina Co, Port 
"Wasliington 861 

MARBLE AN"D GR.VNITE WORKS. 

Stanek .1 J. La Crosse -t.'iS 

Lohr Charles &. Co. Milwaukee 577 

Collins S A, Reedaburgh 891 

MAS.5.VS. 

Eackworthy John, Appleton 119 

M.4TTRESS MNFRS. 

Hatch J B & Co, Milwaukee 057 

Morgan Jlattress Co. O^ldiosh 817 

ME.AT MARKETS, 

Meyer Fred C, Aniigo 109 

Lake Superior Beef Co. Asliland i;;0 

Knopke Al, Foud dn Lac 315 

Brink P it Co, Marinette 521 

Place & Smith, :\[ari.ietle 519 

Gumz R itCo,":\niwauk.;e 661 

Karker John, Milwaukee 067 

S.^reiisou Bros, Pliillip.s 842 

Barth N, Sun Praiiie 972 

Baumgart & Scliwartz, Tomah 1005 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERS. 

Nordberg Mnfg Co. Milwaukee 610 

"Weinhagen Bros, Wauwatnsa 1062 

MEDICAL AND SURGICAL IN.STITUTE3. 
Chicago Medical and Surgical Insti- 
tute. Chicago, 111 loss 



MEDICINE MNFR?. Page 

Linger Dr C, Milwaukee 075 

Stern's Alpine I'eraedj' Co, Milwau- 
kee 591 and opp 728 

Tubbs Thomas E & Co, River Falls 

opp 908 
MERCHANT TAILORS. 

Kursevski M J, Ashland 139 

Crite.s E J, Augusta 145 

Lachman Louis, Milwaukee 671 

Simouds Chaunoey Co, Milwaukee. 625 

Kloeppel A: Kadorly, Monroe 753 

B jnd Georce E, Oconto 797 

Friedl W. Puiliips 841 

Mayer J G, Sheii;.'Vgan 981 

Koch & Scifert, AVaiL-rtown 1035 

Halversou Bros, "Whitewater 1075 

METAPHYSICI.4NS. 

Phelon Mrs M M, Racine 879 

MILL MACHINERY. 

Allis Edw P & Co, Milwaukee 1197 

MILLINERS. 

Daniels Sisters, Beloit 107 

Downing Mrs J II. Cadotl 199 

Jlorgan Mrs A F, Clinton Jnnclion. 220 
MILLWRIGHTS. 

Bcrghoefer Charles, Milwaukee (U5 

MINERAL SPRINGS 

Allouez Mineral Spring Co, Green 

1 liay 355 

. Salvator Mineral Spring. Green Bay. 357 

I (.iibbons I II d; Co, Prairie dii t hieii. 807 

I Ilenk Mineral Spring Co. Waukesha 1045 
I MIRRORS. 

I Hoflraan & Jllnwcgcn, Milwaukee. . 601 
1 Milwaukee .Mirror and Art Glass 

I Works, Milwaukee ,597 

MOLDINGS. 

1 Tarkovsky & Co, Chicago. Ill 1084 

MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRU.MENTS. 
! Dearholt & Benedict, Milwaukee. . . . 

j right top lines and 5 

I Hager John, Milwaukee 705 

NEWSPAPERS. 

• Antigo Ilerold, xVntigo 109 

I Antigo R'publican, Auligo \0-i 

I Langlade County Special. Antigo. . . 109 

j Cedarburg News. Cedarburp. . ." 209 

Brown County Democrat, De Pi;re.. 247 

! De Volksstcm. De I'ere 247 

i Enterprise The, Evansville 299 

! Hartford Press, Hartford 305 

I Independence News The, Indepen- 

I dence 390 

"Wave The. Independence 390 

Daily an 1 Weekly Recorder, Janes- 

viUe 397 

Juneau Telephone. Juneau 411 

Mirror-Gazetle, Kilbjurn City 427 



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PaSe 


PAPER— WHOLESALE. 


Page 


Grant County Herald, Lancaster 


457 


Eau Claire Book and Stationery Co, 




Wisconsin Botecbafter, Madison. . . . 


49o 


Eau Claire 


277 


Wisconsin Staalszeitun;:;, r^Iadlson.. 


40.) 


Standard Paper Co, :\Iilwaukee 


595 


Juneau County Sun, llau.-ton 


531 


PAPER BOX MNFR^. 




Dodge County Pioneer, Jtayville. .. . 


533 


Laverrenz Otto & Bro, Milwaukee. . 


695 


Weekly Telephone Tlie, Hilton 

Germauia, llilwaukee opp 


f).~)o 






582 


PARQUETRY FLOORING. 




Haus u Bauerofreund, MihvauUee. . . 




Moore E B & Co, Chicago, 11! 


1109 


opp 


5S2 


PATENT ATTORNEYS. 




Milwaukee Daily News, Milwaukee. 


561 


Williamson J F, Minneapolis, ^Minn. 


1310 


Realty .and Building Record Tlic, 
JiliUvaukee 


571 

7KI 


PATENT SOLICITORS. 




Underwood 11 G, Milwaukee 




Times Tlie, New London ... 


1316 


Bee The, Phiilins 


841 
901 


right top Hues and 
Williamson J F, Minmapolis, iliun. 


1310 


Gazette Tliu, tStovens' Point 


1310 


Stevens' Point Journal, Stevens' 




PATTERN AND MODEL MAKEP.S. 




Point 


961 


Western Machine Die and 3Iodel 




Wisconsin Swedish Tribune, Superior 


9S5 


Works. Chicago, 111 


1317 


Watertown Journal and Daheim, 




French Cliarles A, Madison 


495 


Waterto wn 


1039 


Barnard Gef^irge L. ^Milwaukee 


623 


Watertown Weltburger and Erzaeh- 
ler, Watertown 


11)30 


Bastam Alex, ^lilwaukee 


039 


Eagle Pattern Works, Milwaukee... 


607 


Posten, West Superior 


9ST 


PENSION CLADI AGENTS. 




NOTIONS. 




Bradford Roticrt E. Chippewa Falls. 


221 


Anderson Jlons & Son, La Crosse... 


443 


Wisconsin Collection Ageiicy, Chip- 




Abeles & Mahler, ililwauUee 


043 


pewa FalU 


219 


Goll & Frank Co, Milwaukee 


G2o 


Merriman George W, Eau Claire 


277 






Sellers Malcolm. Fort Howard 


323 


NOVELTV MNFKS. 




Webster L 11 E, Hillsborough 


374 


Rice Lake ilufg Co, Rice Lake 


899 


Sowlc &, Sowle, Toinah 


1005 


NURSERYMEN. 




Spencer James R, Waukesha 


1047 


Tanner & Lewis, Berlin 


173 
665 


PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
Sunderland ^Mrs J C. Hartford 




Rost John G, Milwaukee 


363 


Borrill Wm R, Wausau 


1057 


Viall M E & W A, xAIadison 


4S5 






Fosbinder C W, Maustou 


531 


OCULISTS AND AUKIST3. 




Dawson J C, New L'lndon 


7til 


Northwestern Eye and Ear luflrmaty, 


LuckT, Oslikush 


825 


Madison 


495 


Delaney A E, Washburn 


1023 


OFFICE FURNITURE. 




PHYSICIANS. 




Andrews A II & Co. Chicago. 111. . . . 


13l'2 


Pettet J, Cleveland, O 


1319 




1170 


Bush U H.AVashburn 


1023 


Racine Specialty Co, Racine 


13S3 


PIANOS AND ORGANS. 




OMNIBUS AFD TRANSFER LINES. 




Park Wm J & Sons, Madison 


4S3 


Ddvis Omnibus Line an(i Transfer Co, 




Dearholt & Benedict, Milwaukee. . . . 




iMilwaukeo 


579 


right top lines and 


5 


ORGAN MNFRS 




PICKLE MNFRS. 




Chrislmann Alexander, Milwaukee. . 


021 


Ripou Packing Co, Ripon 


904 


OYSTERS. 




PICTURE FRAMES. 




Biuney J, Milwaukee 


647 


Tarkovsky & Co, Chicago, 111 

Koha Anton, Milwaukee 


1084 




1327 


PACKERS-roIiK AND BEEF. 




PLANING 5IILLS. 




Cudahy Bros, Milwaukee left top lines 


Herman Fred, Antigo 


109 


PAINT MNFRS. 


S29 


Lindem & ^liller, Marinette 


517 


Diamond Paint Co, Oihkosh 


De Lange H, Jlilwaukee 


655 


Imperial Paint Co, Ushkosh 


811 


Holt Lumber Co, Oconto 


799 


PAINTEP.S. 


Schwanke August. Princeton 


■:;71 


Mchner Edmund, Dorchester 


255 


GriiJla E A, AVaukesha 


1045 


Thomseu J, Fond du Lac 


31S 


PLATERS. 




Seller Jacob, Madison 


493 


Werner A, Milwaukee 


691 



"WISCONSIN STATE QAZETTESR 



PLOW M>:FI:s. Page 

Moline Plow Co, Molinc, 111 1087 

PLU3IBERS, STEAM AND GAS FITTERS. 

Walker K G, AsUlatid 135 

Trig^a Ileary T. Em Claire 279 

Kraft George, JIadisou 4R9 

Owens Wm, Madison 4713 

Karger Leopold, Milwaukee 015 

Daly J H, Portage 857 

PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES. 

Bowes R M. Beaver Darn 161 

Roosevelt "W A Co, La Crosse - 445 

POP CORN. 

Dickinson Albert CoTue,Cbicago,Ill. 1367 

printers-book: and job. 

Democrat Publishing Co, De Pere. . . 247 

MarkUam & Simpson, Indepoadeuce 390 

Cantwell M J, Mudisoa 491 

Tracy, Gibbs A; Co, Miuli.-f.n 489 

Commeicial Printing Co, Milwaukee 571 
Germania Publishing Co, ililwaukc-e 

opp 582 

Wetzel A & Bro, Milwaukee. 705 

Blair & Iluie, Necnah-. 1331 

Stein George jr, Phillips 344 

Tubbs Thomas E &, Co, River Falls. 

opp 903 

Glennon Ed D. Stevens' Point OIU 

McGlanhlin & Simon.s, Stevens' I'oint 961 

Blumenfeld & Son, W'aterlown lOoO 

Reber "VVm. Wattrtown 1039 

Orr Nathan J, Wa\i.s-in 1057 

Lagro Charles, West Sujicrior 987 

PRODUCE. 

Arnold George F & Son, Applotoa . . r.?3 

Errard C E, Fond du Lao 017 

Mauston Produce Exchange. IMau.ston 531 

Werner G "W, New London 7.'^1 

Wells & JIulrooney, Xew Uiclimond 784 

Murphy B, Portage 855 

Webb & Schwekes, Reedsbur^h. 
Williams & Emter, VVjiusau. 



891 
1057 
Union Produce Co, 'Whitewater 1073 

PROPELLElt •WIIEEI.-;. 

Sheriffs Mnfg Co, Milwaukee 595 

PUBLISHERS. 

Sime Thomas M, Eau Claire 283 

Tracy, Gibbs & Co, Madison 489 

Germiuiia I'ublishing Co, Milwaukee 

opp 583 
PUMP CYLINDERS-BR \SS. 
American Tube Works, Chicago, III. 1333 

PUMP MNFRS. 

Awe Fred, Milwavikee 643 

Reiss Valentine, Milwaukee 687 

Ziemanu A, Md waukee 093 

Badger Pump Co. O.-hkosh 827 

Oshkosh Pump Co, 0--hkoab 815 



R.S.ILROADS. 

Burlington Roule The, Chicago, 111. 

Chicago, Jlilwaukee ^t St Paul Kv, 
Chicago, LI. .right bottom lines and 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacilic R R, 
Chicago, 111 

Chicago & Grand Trunk Ry, Chicago. 
III. ..right and left bottom lint.-s and 

Illinois Central R R. Chicago, LI. . . 
right and left bottom lines and 

Wisconsin Centra! Lines, Chicago, LI 

Detroit. Grand Haven & .Milwaukee 
Ry, Detroit. Mich 

Green Bay, Winona ^.t St Paul R R, 
Green Bay 

Milwaiikee, Lake Shore & Western 
Ry, Milwaukee 

Minneapolis, St Paul & Sault Sto 
ilarie Ry, Minncarolis. Jlian 

Jlinneapolis & St Louis Ry, Minnea- 
polis, Jlinn 

Iron Jlountaiu Route, St Louis, JIo. 

Jlissouri Pacific Ry, St Louis, JIo.. 

Wabash Railroad, SI Louis, Mo 

Northwestern Line, St Paul. Minn. . 

Southern Pacific Company, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal opp 

REAL estate. 

Dcleglise Frank A, Antigo 

Dueliac it Benishelc. Autigo 

Millard Allx'rt M. Antigo ' 

Ilurriman Krank W, Api'leton 

Heydlaulf & O.^born. Ashland 

Jones C A. Burlington 

Bradford Rt^bert E, Cliippewa Falls. 

Merriman George W, Eau Claire. . . . 

Denniston J C. Ellsworth 

Encking C !>, Fond du Lac 

Hood Wm, Fort Howard 

Sellers Jlalcobn, Fort Howard 

Blanchard UK, Janesville 

French & ClilT'ird, Madison 

Spenoe E L, Milton 

Cole Sidney H, Milwaukee 

Eiinermanu A J, Milwaukee 

.lovce Gilbert S, .Milwaukee 

KotlliLT Huco, Milwaukee 

Milbrath C \V & Co, Milw.^ukee 

Pereles Nath it Sons, .Milwaukee. . . . 

Schilling .Tacob, Alilwaukoe 

Wil-ion Amasa, New Lisbon 

Hurlbut & Goodwin, Oronoraowoc. . 

Cook W P& Bro. Ocruito 

Wisconsin Real Estate and Eschanife 
Co, Oshkosh 

Hall W W, Peshtigo 

Bardon .lohn A, Superior 

Doe & Reynolds, Superior 

Edwards Cordy, Superior 

George & Shryack, Superior 

Lincoln & Correll. Superior 

JlilliT Grover P, Superior 

Nobles & Linnen, Superior 



34 

35 

SO 

SI 

79 

1403 

38 
1401 
1173 
1 402 
140j 

1400 

101 
109 
lu5 
1:23 
141 
195 
321 

293 
3 Li 
323 
323 
597 
4.s!> 
553 
003 
651 
6'27 
005 
620 
1333 
705 

793 
799 



825 
S39 
973 
973 
9S5 
974 
977 
977 
97C 



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1791457 



AND BUSINESS DIEECTOET. 



Page 

Webb W II, Superior 979 

Wilson G F & Co. Superior 979 

Palmer Mrs S D il' Sou, Tomali lODo 

Sowle & Sov.ie, Tomab 1003 

Bay Land acd Improvement Co, 

Washburn 1022 

Moran N B, Watcrlown 1023 

Danielson, Aarslad & Peterson, West 

Superior 983 

Dobie Bros, West Superior 987 

Fulton R M, West Snperli-r 9S.j 

Haley & Kobinson, West Superior . . 993 

Harris Bros, West Supciior 983 

Henvis Joseph C & Co, West Super- 
ior 985 

Huichins, Gaudet & Co, West Super- 
ior 989 

Keystone Investment Co, West Su- 
perior 987 

Lang F N & Co, West Superior 991 

McCausland v& McCluer, West Super- 
ior 991 

Miller C W & Co, West Superior. . . . 993 

Randall B T, West Superior 993 

Rhodes &, Rogers, West Superior. . . . 981 

Swenson Henry A, West Superior.. . 993 

Trotier & Bishop, West Superior. . . . 989 

Van Valen & Waterman, Whitewater 1073 

refrigp;rator :>in'frs. 
Wisconsin Refrigerator Co, Eau 

Claire 271 

RESTAURANTS. 

Siegrist E, Chippewa Falls 217 

Fox M, Eau Claire 281 

Lacher Jofuph, iMadisou 493 

Weckesser 11 G. Madison 467 

Hmkel John, Milv^aukee 031 

Jacob tt Wei:;el. ,Milwftul;ee 001 

Wehr Aui^us't, Jlilwaukce 091 

Pierce L A' Co. Viroijua. 1019 

Klumpp Charles, Wauwatosa 1002 

ROACH EXTEEIIINATOU M.VFRS. 
Baines A B & U S, Buffalo, NY.... 1100 

ROOFERS. 
Ford Roofing Co The. Chicaco. 111.. 1330 
McFarland J C,Chicai;o,Ill. 1102 and 1339 
Miller James A & Bro, Chicigo, 111. 1207 

Marden J H , La Crosse 445 

Bethmann A: Tappcndorf, Milwaukee 605 
Biersach &. Niedermeyer, Milwaukee 8 

Cax Joseph ]j, Milwaukee 649 

Jones R L Co (ItM). Milwaukee 5S9 

Monsted A & Co. Milwaukee 697 

Stollenwerk & Winding Co, Milwau- 
kee 729 

Sullivan II J, ;JIilwuukee 7 

Winding George, Jliiwaukee 730 

Heck E A, Watertown 1039 

Burdick & Lecour, West Superior. . . 9S3 
Roberts & Bingham, AVest Superior. 997 



ROOFING JIATEKIALS. Page 

Winding George, Milwaukee 730 

RUBBER GOODS. 

Culligan John D, :Milwaukee 010 

Goodyear Rubber Co, r^Iilwaukee . . 

left top lines and opp 1102 
RUBBER STAMPS. 

Wurms Bros, Burlington 195 

Streeter J F, Dodgevllle 1339 

SchwMab Stamp and Seal Co The, 

Milwaukee 639 

Orr Nathan J, Wausau 1057 

SADDLE AND nARNE.SS:\IAKERS. 

Friederich J L, Chippewa Falls 221 

Wedemeycr W H. Ehu Claire 278 

Saxe James H. Markcan 525 

Friauf &, Jirachek. Jlilwaukee 055 

Pergoli A D. Pcshli-o 839 

Buhrraanu II, Jt.ind.ilph 880 

Cook Samuel A. Randolph 886 

Doering Herman, Ucedsburch 1341 

Waitz G A, Walcrt.iwu 1039 

Thompson H O, West Superior 995 

SALOONS. 

Brueggcr George B, Berlin 173 

Wellems Joseph A, Green Bay 349 

Adams M II, Milwaukee 647 

Dreher Pins, Milwaukee 039 

Hinkel John. iMihvaukee 031 

Jacob A: Weigel. Milwaukee 061 

Jess Fred, Milwaultce 667 

Swoboda Frank, J\Iilwaukeo 08i> 

Bruns F A, Oconto 790 

Schoppe Wm, Watertown 1037 

SANITARIUMS. 
Oliver Wendell Holmes Sanitarium, 

Hudson 381 

Pennoyer Sanitarium The, Kenosha. 

419 and 420 
SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. 

Wilbur Lumber Cij, Burlington 1043 

La Crosse Cracker Co, La Vtu.sc. . . . 441 
Wisconsin Lumber and Mufg Co, La 

Crosse 437 

Island Sash and Door Co, Milwaukee 4 

Wilier Mnfg Co The. Milwaukee. . . . 695 

Alorton C C & Co. Omro 803 

Gould James P. Oshkosh 811 

Devlin James, West Superior 991 

SAW MNFRS. 
Halladay Wm H Mnfg C';, Chicago, 

111 4 

Branch-Crookes Saw Co,St.Louls,Mo 1305 

SAW MILL jrACHINERY. 
Wilkin Mnfg Co The, Milwaukee. . . 

front cover 
SEEDS. 
Dickinson The Albert Co.Chicago.IU 1367 



36 



WISCONSIN STATE GAZETTEER 



PaK 



Co, 



383 
627 
619 



SEWER PIPE. 
Monmouth Jlining and 3Inf^ 

Monmouth, 111 

SHIP BUILDERS. 
Milwaukee Ship Yard Co, Milwaukee 

SHIPSMITHS. 

Obenberger Joseph, Jlihvaukee 

SHIKGLE MXFRS. 
Wells & Ruelle, Appleton 115 



Jaquet's Patent Dipped Shingle Co, 
Mdwaukee 

snow CASEJINFKS. 

Northwestern Furniture Co, Milwau- 
kee 



703 

SIGNS. 

Blair W E, Chictigo, 111 1308 

SLEIGH MXFRS. 

Sweet B P (Sr 11 L, Fond du Lac 311 

SOAP MNFRS. 

Trenkamp P, Jlilwaukee 033 

Schantz S: Hahn, New London 781 

SPORTING GOODS. 

Uibbard, Spencer, Lartlett A: Co.Chi- 

cago, in 87 

Post' W n, Fond dii Lac 

right bottom lines and 309 
Meunier John Gun Co, ..Mdwuukte. . 

right liiitlom lines 
Stannard P P Gun Co Tnt-, Milwau- 
kee left bottom lines 

West II H Co, Milwaukee 587 

Martin Harry T, Whitewater 1073 

SPRING MNFi;s. 
Gibson Wm D Co The, (.'liicago. III. lUl 

STAINED GLASS. 

Erdmann Albert J, Jlilwaukee 1131 

Milwaukee Jlirror and Art Glass 
Works, Jlilwaukee .7.)7 

STAIR BUILDERS. 

Schulz Erdman, JliUvaukee 1370 

STATIONERS' SUPPLIES. 

Dennison Mnfg Co, Boston, Mass. . . 

backbone and 1404 
STAVES AND HEADING. 

Eein John, Neillsville 771 

STEAM HEATING APPAltATUS. 
Mooers U &. Co, Milwaukee 1371 

STEAJIBOAT LINES. 

Steamer Plow Doy, Ashland 133 

Goodrich Trausportati >n Co, Chicago, 



111. 



87 

Hart 11 W & C li. Green B.'iy 359 

Blue Star Line Sttanieis, Milwaid<ec 6^7 



STENCILS. Page 

Uunter G M, Milwaukee 631 

: STONE QUARRIES. 

' Bentley Thomas H, Milwaukee 045 

Lohr Charles A; Co, Milwaukee 577 

! Coburn G W, Whi'ewater 1073 

STONE YARDS. 

1 Thoeny John, La Crosse 445 

! Andres John & Son, ^Milwaukee 043 

' (!ook & Hyde, Milwaukee 603 

jMeyers J A A: Co, Milwaukee 675 

I Schmidt Peter & Co, Milwaukee 083 

I Repe Charles, Oshkosh Sid 

' Reynolds James JI, Oshkosh 827 

Tosteviu ifc Moore, West Superior. . . 995 
STOVE POLISH MNFRS. 

Crow Stove Polish Co, 3Iilwaukce . . 1225 

STOVES AND RANG ES. 

Taylor A B. F.md du Lac 315 

i Schwartz C O Stove Co, Milwaukee. 6s5 

' Koepsell John J. Sheboygan 933 

I Bisholl J Fjr, Superior 973 

I TABLE CONDniEXfs. 

Shaw Jesse & Co, Milwaukee 1225 

I TABLE MNFRS. 

I Taksdorf F, Walertown 1035 

j TAG MNFRS. 

I Denni.son Mnfg Co, Boston, Mass . . . 

1 backbone and 1404 

' TANK MNFRS. 

Berghoefer Charles, Milwaukee 645 

TANNERS. 

Pfister & Vogel Leather Co The, 

ililwaukee C77 

Trostel Albert A: Sons. Milwaukee . . 073 
JIcMillan Jas A; Co, Jlinueapolis, 

Minn 1377 

TEAS, COFFEES AND SPICES. 

Cribb Robert, Jtilwaukee 061 

TENTS, AWNINGS AND PAULINS. 

I'ilger G J & Co, Milwaukee. . ..opp 1377 

THEATRES, OPERA HOUSES AND HALLS. 

Lincoln Hall, Milwaukee 661 

THRESHING MACHINE MNFRS. 
Case J I Threshing 31 ichiue Co, Ra- 
cine 1379 

TIES. POSTS AND POLES. 

Wells C 51 A: Son, Appleton 115 

Wella A; Ruelle, Appleton 115 

TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORKERS. 

Di^otell W A. Ber'.in 173 

HoUniinn A: B.iur, Milwaukee 599 

TOOL MNFRS. 

MacMartin J, Eau Claire 283 

Nauj iks Math, Milwaukee 705 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



TOY MNFKS. 

Union Toy and Furniture Co, Apple- 



ton . 



TRUNK MXFRS. 

Wienand & Wahl, Eau Claire 

TRUSS JIXFRS. 

Lowe L, Milwaukee 

TRUST COMPANIES. 
Savings, Loan and Trust Co, iladi- 

son 

Wisconsin Trust Co of Milwaukee, 
Milwaukee front cover and 

TYPEWRITING MACHIXE.S. 

Baker E T & Co, Chicago, III 

Wisconsin Typewriter Co, ^Milwaukee 
R&cine Specialty Co, Racine 

UNDERTAKERS. 
Eau Claire Furniture Co, Eau Claire 

Main & Zaclier), Fond du Lac 

Nelson Bros, .Janesville 

Shriner Ftrd, Monroe 

UPHOLSTERERS. 

Mayer H, Green Hay 

Beyer J V, Milwaukee 

Schoenleber Otto J, Milwaukee 

VACCINE. 

National Union Vaccine Co, Engel- 
■wood, ID 

VENETIAN BLIND :MNFRS. 

Wisconsin Venetian Blind Co, !Mil- 

waukeee left top lines and 

VERMIN EXTEKMIN.VTOR MNFRS. 

Baines A B & U S, Buffalo, N Y 

Kaalz I, Milwaukee 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Phelps N M, Beaver Dam 

Ilolliugsworlli .1 S. Green Bay . ... 
DiefTenbach Ale.xauder F, .Milwaukee 

VINEGAR MNFRS. 

American Vinegar Works,!!\Iilwaukce 

WAGON MNFRS. 

Barkow Herman, Milwaukee 

Each John & Son, Milwaukee 

Streich Gabriel, Oshkosb 



117 
279 
681 

476 
659 

1192 

13S3 
18S3 

2«3 
3i.j 
.399 
753 

355 
647 
564 



1169 
621 

161 

3.^)7 
13b5 



605 
609 
823 



37 

WALL PAPER. Page 

Oyen Odin J. La Crosse 435 

Kemp J M it Co, iladison -483 

Harper Robert & Sons, Milwaukee. . 

left top lines 

Mueller & Koken, Milwaukee G31 

WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. 

Hall E L, Green Bay 357 

Belden C .V, Madison iVO 

Larson .John tt Co, Madison 5 

Licbenow C & Son, .Manitowoc 507 

Bunde & Uptneyer, Milwaukee 562 

Cohen, Xeisser & Litberman, Mil- 
waukee 627 

Petersen Bros, Plymouth 853 

Forbes W R, Portage ,855 

Schuller & Cech, Tomah 1007 

WATER POWERS. 
Green Bay & Mississippi Cunal Co, 

Appleton 112 

WATER-PROOF COVERING. 
Carpenter Geo B & Co. Chicago, 111. 

cards in classitied Business Directory 

Pilger G J & Co. Milwaukee opp 1388 

WELL MACHINERY. 

Egelhoff Tbeo Co, Milwaukee 569 

WINES AND LIQUORS. 

Huber Bros, Alma 00 

Jarvis G M Co The. Chicaso, III 1177 

Grove II & Sons, :\Iaclisnn 481 

Greullch Aug & Son, Milwaukee. . . . 653 
Pommet E Wine Co, ililwaukce . . . 

right top lines 

Rahte & Haas, Milwaukee 679 

Weis Bros, Milwaukee 

left side lines and 697 
Kauer Peter, Sheboygan 031 

WIRE AND IRON WORK. 

Money .T. Milwaukee 679 

Ohlsen Wm, Milwaukee 633 

Goehner Charles, Racine 875 

WOOD CARPfZTS. 
Moore E B & Co, Chicago, 111 1169 

WOOD TURNERS. 
Schmidt .V F & Co, Dorchester 255 



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■38 AVISCON'SIN' STATE GAZETTEER 

AND 

INDIAN RESERVATION 
wTlTbe OPEN ED EIH SETTLEMENT ] 

About JULY 1st, 1891. 



TKKE THE 

Minneapolis & St. Louis Ry. 



St. Paul or iVIinneapolisj 



DIRECT 

TO ,» r^ ...... w ,,., , 

Where the Government Land Office is Located. ROUND 
TRIP Rate from St. Paul or Minneapolis is only $9.10. 
.^j^For full particulars, apply to 

C. M. Pratt, G. T. and P. A. 

M. & ST. L. RY., 

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 



WATERTOWN, daI^ya, 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 39 



STATE GOVEE^'MENT. 

CAPITOL BUILDING, MADISON. 



I Oovernor — George W. Peel;, Milwaukee; term of ofBce, 2 years; term ends, January, 

f 1893; sp.lftiy, So.OOO. 

f Lievt Goternor — C'liarlcs Jonas, Racine; term of office, 2 years; term ends, January, 

f 1893; salary, .*1,000. 

1 Secntary of Stiitt — Thomas J. Cunnincham, CLippewa Falls; term of office, 2 years; 

? terra ends, January, 1893; salary, s.j.OOO. 

' Treasurer — Jolm Ilunncr, Lau Claire; term of oUice, 2 years; term ends, January, 1S93; 
falaiy, §5,000. 

: Attorney General. — James L. O'Connor, Madison ; term of office, 2 years; term ends, 

f January, 1803; salary, s3,()00. 

; Adjiilcint Genn-al — Joseph B. Dc e, Janesville; term ends, January, 1S93; salary, S500. 

j State Si/pirinteudenf of Schools— OUvcT E. Wells, Appletou; term of office, 2 years; term 
f ends, January, IbOS; salary, si, 200. 

I Ce^mmisfioner.i of Sehool and Unirersity Lands— SecTelSLTj ot SlRlc, State Trea.9urer and 
f Attorney General. 

f Railroad Commissioner — Thomas Thompson, Independence; term of office, 2 years; 
i term expires, January, 1893; salary, §3.000. 

I Insurance Commissioner — Wilbur M. Root, Sheboygan; term of ofHce. 2 years; term 
I ends, January, 1893; salary, ^3,0C0. 

! Slate Lihrarian — John R. P.errynian, Prairie du Chien; appointed by Governor; salary, 
$2,000. 



MEMBERS OF THE FIFTY-SECOHD CONGRESS FROM WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 

Philetds Sawyeu (R). Oshkosh; term expires 1893. 
Wm. F. ViL.vs (U), Madison; tirm expires 1897. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



I J-Vrs^D^'s^nc?— Clinton Babbitt (D), Beloit. 

y Second District — Charles Earwig (D), Mayville. 

! Third Ui.i/rict—A. R. Bushuell (D), JIad'ison. 

; Fourth District— i. L. Mitchell (U). .Milwaukee. 

I FHVl DiUrtet—Qcmge It. Brickutr (D), Shtboyiian Falls. 

&>M. i;(-.-/n>(_r,. M. Miller (Dl Osliko^h. 

I Seventh District— F. P. Coburn (D). West Salera. 

1 Eifjhlh District— 'Si\s P. Haugen (R), River Falls. 

[ yirith District — Thomas Lynch (D), Antigo. 



40 



WISCONSIN STATE GAZETTEKR 



JUDICIARY. 



UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS FOR WISCONSIN. 



EASTERN DISTRICT. 

Judge — James G. Jenkins, Milvraukce. 
District Attorney — Eliiiu Coleman, Fond du Lac. 
Mamhal — George W. Wiswall, Elkhorn. 
Clerk— Ya. Kuiiiz, Milwaukee. 

TERMS OF COURT. 

At Milwaukee — First Monday in .January and October. 

At Oshkosh— Seccind Tuesday in July. 

Special Term — First Jlouday in April at ililwaukee. 

counties comprising DISTRICT. 

Brown, Calumet, Dodge, Dorr, Fond du Lac, Florence, Forest, Green Lake, 
Kenosha, Kewaunee, Lanfjiade, Manitowoc, Marinette, Marquette, .Milwaukee. Ocontoj 
Outagamie, Ozaukee, Racine. Shawano, Sheboygan, Walworth, Washington, Waukesha! 
Waupaca, Waushara, Winnebago. 



WESTERN DISTRICT. 

Judge — KoMANZo Bl'nn, Madison. 

District Attoi at y — Samuel A. H\rpeh, Jladison. 

Marshal— ¥. W. Oakley, Madison. 

Clerk — F. SI. Stewaut, Madison. 



TERMS OP COURT. 

At Madison — First Tuesday in December. 

At Eau Claire — Fir-it Tuesday in .fune. 

At Iia Cro.^se — Third Tu("=diiy in September. 

Special Term — Third Tuesday in .lune and lirst Tuesday in October at Madison. 



COUNTIES COMPRISING DISTRICT. 

Adams. Ashland, Barron, Bayfield, Bullali\ Burnett, Chippewa, Clark, Columbia. 
Crawford, Dane, Doutrlas. Dunn, Eiu Claire, Grant. Green, Iowa, Jackson, .lell'erson, 
Juneau, La Crosse. Lafayette. Lincoln, JSIaralhon, Jlonroe, 'Oneida, Pepin, Pierce, Po'k. 
Portage, Price, Richland, Rock, St. Croix, Sauk, Sawyer, Taylor, Trempealeau, 
Vernon, Washburn, Wood. 



AND BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 



WISCONSIN SUPREME COURT. 



Chief Justice— Orsamus Cole: s.ilary, So, 000: terra expires January, 180->. 
Associate Justice— Win. Perin Lyon; salary, So. 000; term expires January, 1804. 
Associate Justice— Harlow S. Orton; salary, s.i.COO; term expires January, 1S98. 
Associate Justice- John B. Cassody; salary, ^•'j.OOO; term expires January, 1890. 

CTer/t— Clarence Kellogg. 1 Librarian— John R. P.erryman. 

Ikporkr—TP. K. Conover. - - [ - - Messenger— C. H. Beyler. 



TERMS OF COURT AT MADISO::*. 



January Term — Tuesday prccc-ding- the second Wednesday in January. 
August Term— Second Tuesday in August. 



CIRCUIT COURTS. 



^ The State is divided into seventeen Judicial circuits, composed as follows: 

I Mrst — Counties of Racine, Kenosha, Walworth. 

i Second — Milwaukee. 

j Third — Calumet, Green Lake, Winrebao;!* 

i Fourth — Fond du Lac, Sheboygan, ^lanitowoc, Kewaunee. 

; /^'AA— Crawford, Grant, Iowa, La Fayette, Richland. 

^ Sixth — Clark, Jackson, iMonroe, La t'ro.^se, Treinpcalt^au, Vernon. 

j Seventh — Portage, Wood, IMaralhon, AV^iupaca. 'VVau.'jhara, Lincoln. 

i£V|//i^/i— Buffalo, Dunn, Euu Claire, Pepin. Pierce, St Croix. 
h'inth — Adams, CoUunbia, Dane, Juneau, Sauk, jNiarquettc. 
TcntJi — Outagamie, Shawano, Langlade. Florence, Forest. 
Elctenih — liarron, Burnett, Chippewa, Douglas, Polk, Washburn 
r Ticelfth — Rock, Green, .[eft'erson. 

j Thirteenth — Dodge, O/.aukee, Wa.shinglon, Waukesha. 

Fourteenth — Door, Brown, ■<)conto, Marinette. 
[ Fifteenth — Ashland, Bayfiehl, Oneida. Price, Sawyer, Taylor, 

r Sixteenth — Lincoln, Marathon, Oneida. 
k &i'e?iton<A— Clark, Kau Claire, Jackson. 



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WISCONSIN STATE GAZETTEER 



TERMS or CIRCUIT COURTS. 



Statement showing th: N'-imes and Pof^lorpre Addres.'i nf tlie Cin-tiit Judges, and tunes ai 
places for holding Circuit Courts in the several counti'es in Wityconsin. 

Salary of Circuit Judges, sy.OOO [ler annum. 

FIRST CIRCUIT. 

Judge—Jitn-s B. Winslow, Racine. 

Term expires first Monday of January, ISC'S. 



Couuties. 



Terms. 



3d Monday in February. . 

Walworth 2d Monday in June 

2d ^Monday in Octuber . . . 

j 2d Monday in Ajiril 

Racine 3d M.mday In June 

2d Monday in Novenibor. 



2d Monday in Mirc-h . . . . 

Keuoeha 2d Jlonday in June 

2d Monday in Septenilier. 



Elkhorn 



Keco.aha 



Ch. CG, L. 18S0 



Ch. 06, L. Ib89. 



Ch. GO, L. 1SS9, 



No jury sliall be summoned for either of the term.s to be held in this circuit in the 
months of June or Au.^'uat. Each term in this circuit shall also be a special term for ] 
the whole judicial circuit. Chapter j:, Laics of 1S7U. &e Ckapter 66. Laws of l.SSO 



SECOND CIRCUIT. 

Judge— H. II. Johnson, Milwaukee. 
Term expires first Monday of January, ISO/t 



Counties. 


Terms. 


Where held. 


Laws. 


Milwaukee 


lit Monday in January ] 

Ist Monday in March ] 

1st Monday in May j- 

1st Jlonday in September | 

Ist Monday in November J 


Milwaukee 


Ch. 50, L. 1889. 



No jury shall be summoned for either of the terras to be held in this circuit in the 
month of June. Every term in the circuit shall be a special term for the whole judicial 
circuit — Section 24~'-i, liu-i^rd Statutes. 



AXD BUSINESS DIHKCTORT. 



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THIRD CIRCUIT. 

Judge— Gko. W. Burnell, Oshkosb. 

Term empires frst Monday of January, 1S07. 



Where held. 



Calumet. 



Green Lake. 



1st Monday after 1st Tuesday of ' 

April I 

1st Monday in October 



3J Monday in January. 
3d Monday in June. . . . 



Winnebago | 1st ilonday in May 

1st Monday in Decfmber. 



Special Terms. 



1st Tuesday in February and Sep- ( 
tember f 



Chilton ! Ch. 131, L. 1S85 

Dartford { Ch. 133, L. 1S91 

OsUkosh Ch. 134, L. 1SS5 

Oshkosh : Ch. 134, L. 1885 



Each of the general terms of the circuit court in each of the counties in the said 
third judicial circuit of Wisconsin, and the aforesaid sjieciiil terms in the said county 
of Wuinebaijo, shall ulso lij and are hereby ili-clared to be special terms of the circuit 
court in and for the whole of the third judicial circuit of the State of Wiscousm. — 
Chapter 134, Laws 1SS5. 

FOURTH CIRCUIT. 
Judge — NoKMAN S. Gilson, Fond du Lac. 
Term expires Jir^t Monday of January, 1S93. 



Sheboygau. 



Manitowoc. 



2d Monday in April 

3d Monday in September. 



Sheboygan . . . . 



Tuesday after ?d Jlonday in ,Ianu- 1 

ary |- i Manitowoc. 

Tuesday after 1st Monday in June ) j 

Kewaunee 2d Monday in Mav ) ,- 

I 3d Monday in October j Kewaunee. 

Fond daLac .. . Tuesday after 3d ilonday in Feb ] 

ruary j 

^ Tuesday after 1st Jloudaj- in March ! 

I Tuesday after 1st Monday in July, f 

Tuesday after 2d Monday in No- | 

vember J 



Fond du Lac. 



Laws. 



Ch. 5, L. 1891. 

Ch. 5, L. 1891. 

Cb. 5, L. 1891. 

Ch. 5, L. 1891. 



No jury shall be summoned for the terms in February and July unless specially 
ordered. Every term in the counties of Fond du Lac, Sheboygan and Manitowoc shall 



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"WISCONSIN STATE QAZKTTEEE 



be a special term for the whole judicial circuit, at which any and all business may be 
done arising or pendinj: in anj- county in said circuit, which might be done at a general 
term for the county in which said business arises or is pending, except the trial of issues 
of fact by a jury. Tiie tenns .-pcciiitd in section 2 shall be a continuation of all terms 
in the circuit which are not finally adjourned, and the court at the terms mentioned in 
eectiou 2 shall have the same jurisdiction as to all judgments, orders or proceedings 
made or entered in any county which it would have if holding the term in the county 
at which such judgment, order or proceedings was maile or taken, Including the power 
to vacate, correct or othevwiee change the same in the mode provided by law. The 
circuit court shall always he open for the transaction of all business in each of the coun- 
ties in said circuit, from the beginning of one term until the beginning of the nest term 
in the same county, and an order or direction for the adjournment of any term from day 
to day or to a specified day, and an entry thereof, shall not be necessary to tlie validity of 
any judgment, sentence, order or proceeding therein; but when no judge shall attend to 
hold court on the first day or any subscrjueut day thereof, the term ehall stantl adjourned 
from day to day until a judge authorized to hold the same shall attend. No term of 
court in said circuit .'^hnll be at an end until an express order for final adjournment is 
made and entered, and one term may be adjourned beyond the beginning of the next 
term in the same county. — Chapter 5, Laus 1691. 



FIFTH CIUCUIT. 

Judge — Geokge Clementson, Lancaster. 
Term expire'^ jlr.it Monday of January, 1S05. 



Counties. 



Grant 

Iowa 

La Fayette 
Richland.. 

Crawford . 



3d Tuesday in February ( 

2d Tuesday in October f 

4tb Tuesday in jSIarch ) 

Last Tuesday in September f 

3d Tuesday in June / 

Isl Tuesday in December f 

2d Tuesday in April ) 

2d Tuesday iu September f 

4th Tuesday in May ) 

2d Tuesday in ^'ovember )' 



Where held. 


Laws. 




Lancaster 


Ch. 402, L 


18S7 


Dodgeville 


Ch.402, L. 


1887 


Darlington 


Ch.403, L. 


1887 


Richland Center 


Ch.402, L. 


1887 


Prairie du Chien 


Ch.402, L. 


1887 



Every term iu each of said countie.-* shall be a special term for the whole circuit. 
See. 1, Chap. 40::, Lau.t 1SS7. 



A^fD BUSINESS DIKECTOKT. 



4& 



SIXTH CIRCUIT. 
Judge — Alfred W. Newmax, Trempealeau. 
Term expires fird ilonday of January, 1S05. 



Clark* 2d Monday in Juue / 

j 2d Monday in Utcember \ 



Jackson * 3d Jlonday in Marcb 

I 3d Monday in yeptcmber. 



I 
Neillsville 1 Ch. 12 



Bl'k River Falls' Cb. 12 



La Crosse 2d Monday in May )i. „ 

2d Monday In November ) j ^^ Crosse. 

Monroe ' 1st Wednesday after 1st Tuesday ) [ 

I in April [• ' Sparta 

j 1st Monday in October ) \ 



Trempealeau. 



1st Monday in JIarch 

1st Slonday in September. 



Whitehall. 



Vernon . . ; 4th Monday iu April ) ! -.. 

i 3d Monday in October f , viroqua. 



Ch. 12 



L. 1891 
L. ISO! 
L. 1891. 



Ch. 12, L, 1S91 

Ch. 12, L. 1891 
Ch. 12, L. 1891 



•Forms part of 5(>Ti>nt(>enth jn'licial cir.;iiit aftvr jHiiuiiry. 1S3'J.— C/iupfej- 47. Laws ls91. 
+Term3 changed after January. IS'.i.;, exoopt La Cr*»ase.— ^"ee Ch. — , Laws lyjl. 

Every general term in the several counties of said circuit shall be also a special 
term for the whole circuit. — Section J, chapter 1 .', Laws 1S91. 

SEVENTH CIRCUIT. 
Judge— Cnxv.h'E.s, M. Weiib, Grand Rapids. 
2'erm expires first Monday of January, 1S97. 



Counties. 



Laws. 



Lincoln*. . 

Marathon*. 
Portage. . . 
Waupaca. . 
Waushara. 
Wood 



1st Monday in Manh 

2d Monday in October 

l8t Monday in May 

1st Monday in November.. . 

4th Monday in JIarch 

3d Monday in November. . . 

3d Monday in .Tanuary 

2d Monday in June 

3d Tuesday in April 

Last Tuesday in September. 

4th Monday in Jlay 

2d Monday in December. . . 



... ) 



Merrill. 



Stevens' Point. 



Waupaca . 



Wautoma. , 



Grand Rapids. 



8, L. 1891 

8, L. 1891 

8, L. 1891 

8, L. 1891 

8, L. 1S91 

8, L. 1891 



Forms part of sixteenth judicial circuit after January, Wii.— Chapter ii, LawsM'ii. 



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WISCOXSIN' STATE GAZETTEEP. 



Provided, tliat in the year 1891 the terms of court in Lincoln county siinll be he 
on the second Jlonday in July and on the second Monday in (Jctnlicr, and actions, 
motions or proceedings already noticed or ordered for Irial or hearing at tlie term of 
court to be lield under the esistinir law in rhe county of Marathon, on tlie tirst ilondav 
in March, 1S91, shall be considered as beinc for trifl or hearing at the term held accord- 
ing to this act, in Marathon county, on the first Monday in I\Iay, ISiil, and jurors or 
witnesses subpa'naed. drawn or summoned to attend at the terra in ^Marathon countv, 
held on tlie first ^louday in starch, ISOl. shall attend at the term commencina on the 
first Monday in May, by the terms of this act, without further notice or service of pro- 
cess. There shall be no term held in Lincoln cop.nty in 3[arch, 1&91. Every general 
term in each of said counties shall be a special terra for all the other counties "in said 
circuit. — Chapter S, Laics of ISCil. 



EIGHTH CIRCUIT. 

Judffe—'EGBEn.T B. Bdndy, Menomonie. 

Term eTpiren first Mondo)/ of Jami<try, 1S97. 



Counties. 



BuSalo . . . 

Dunn 

Eau Claire 

Pepin 

Pierce 

St Croixf. 



4th Monday of February / 

4th Monday of October ) 

2d Monday of March ) 

2d Monday of September f 

4th Monday of March ) 

4th Monday of September f 

3d Monday of April ( 

3d Monday of October f 

Tuesd'y following 2d Mon. of .Tunc ) 
Tuesday following 2d Mon . of Dec. f 



Where Held. 



Laws. 



Alma 1 Ch. 350, L.18S0 

I 

Jlenomonie i Ch. 350, L.1889 



Eau Claire. . . 

Duraod 

Ellsworth . . . 



2d Monday of ]\ray I I ir a 

2d Monday of November n ""a90°- 



Ch. 350, L.18S9 
Ch. 350, L 1889 
Ch. 350, L.1889 
Ch. 350, L.1889 



•Forms part of seventeenth juilicial circuit after January, 1832. — Chapter .',7, Laws 
1891. 

fWill be 4th Monday March, 4th Monday September, after January, 1892 — Chapter 
— , Laws 1S91. 

I hereby appoint special terms of said court, to be held in each year at the times and 
places hereinafter named, viz : At Lau Claire, Eau Claire county, on the first Monday 
of January ; at Hudson, St. Croix county, on the third ^lond.ny of February ; at Menom- 
onie, Ilunn county, on the first Momlny f'f July ; at Tviver Falls, Pierce county, on the 
first Monday of September. — I'lnhr of Judge Bundu, hsncd in compiiance icith the pro- 
visions of Chapter JS, Lairs of 1S70. 

Every general term of the eighth judicial circuit shall be a special terra for the 
■whole circuit. At any special term of said court herein provided for. any and all busi- 
ness may bo done arising in any county of the circuit which might be done at any gen- 
eral term, except the trial of issues of fact by a jury in cases other than those arising la 
actions of fjuo warranto and mandamus. — Chapter ]3J, Laics 1SS9. 



AND BUSINESS PIEKCTOKT. 



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NINTH CIRCUIT. 

/u(?j«— RouERT G. SiEF.ECKER, MadisoD. 

Term expires first Mondaii of Janunry, 1S97 



Laws. 



^^'"^' if, Tue-^t^'iy i.° J^^uai-y I Friendship . 

1st Tuesday in June ) *^ 

Columbia ' 2d Tueslay in May ) ! p.r,„„„ 

I 2d Tuesday in Decemljer )" ; *^o^^^Se • • ■ ■ 

Dane 



Juneau . 



Marquette. 



Monday after l<it Tuesday in April / 

4tli Monday in Jua e - Midison. 

2d Monday in November ) i 



1st Tuesday in ^Maroh. . 
2d Tuesday in October. 

Tuesday after 1st >tonday in Jan. 



Mauston. 



Cb. 6, L. 1691. 
Ch. 6, L. 1891. 

Ch. 6, L. 1S91. 
Ch. 6, L. 1S91. 



1 uesuay aner isi .vionday m Jan. / ,, , ,, \ r^i a t ioai 

2d Tuefduy in June ) ^I'^-^'ello Ch. 6, L. 1891. 

Baraljoo..". | Cb. 6, L. 1891. 



Sauk I 3d Tuesday In :\[flrcb . . . . 

3d Tuesday in September 



Kvery general term in tlie enunlles of Co'umbia. Dane, Juneau, Marquette and Sauk 
shall also be a special terra fur the wliolo judicial circuit. No jury shall be summoned 
for the term in June for Dane county. — Cliapter G, Lfiics 1S91. 

TENTH CIRCUIT. 

Jurf^e— Qeokge II. Myeks, Applelon. 

Term expires fimt Monda;/ of January, 1S93. 



Counties. 


Tern. 3. 


Where Itekl. 


Laws. 


Florence 

Forest 


Ist Tucsiiay in March } 

3d Tuesday in Sipterabtr \ 

2d Tuesday in January 1 


Florence 

Crandon 

Antigo 

Applelon 

Shawano 


Ch. 283, L.1883 




Ch. 297, L.1889 


Langlade 

Outagamie 


3d Tuesday in March ) 

1st Tuesday in September \ 

2d Montlay in October ) 

3d Jlonday in April [■ 


Ch. 134, L.18S.J 
Ch. 2S8 L 1883 


Shawano 


let Tuesday iu February (special). ) 

4lh Monday in M>iy ) 

1st Monday in December ) 


Ch. 297, L.1389 



All writs, venires, informations, summons, recocjnizinces, proce^.ses, motitins, 
notices and other proceedings in said court, and all jurois summoned to attend mUlces 
of trial, and every and all proceedings pending, or to be beard on the day heretofore 
fixed, as the first day of such courts, or upon any day in such term, or heretofore fi.Ked. 
shall be deemed and held returnable, recognized, obligated, cited to appear and noticed 



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■WISCONSIN STATE GAZETTEER 



for heiring on the day? herein fixed for the nrst day of said court, and shall be heard 
and disponed of as if retarnable or noticed for hearing on the first day of such court as 
herein fised, and any venire issued returnable, a? the ler.ti of said court has been hereto- 
fore fixed, shall be deeme \ and held returnable for the first day of the term of said court 
as fixed by this act. — So'-lioi J, Chapter JS.'f, Lnws of 1SS7. 

Each of the general terms of the circuit court of the counties of Outagamie, Lang- 
lade and Shawano, and the special term in the county of Outapamie sliall also be and 
are hereby declared to be spi^cial term^ of the circuit court in and for the whole of the 
tenth Judicial circuit of Wisconsin. — Chapter IJ4., Laws of 1SS5. 

ELEVENTH CIRCUIT. 
Judge — R. D. MARSri.vLL, Chippewa Falls. 
Term expires first Monday of January , 1S95. 



Barron 

Burnett. . . 
Chippewa. 
Douglas. . . 
Polk 

Washburn 



3d Tuesday in April / 

4th Tuesday in September ji" 

ith Tuesday in March \ 

3d Tuesday in September f 

1st Tuesday in May ] 

Ist Tuesday in October f 



3d Tuesday in February ( 

2d Tuesday in August f 

lit Wednesday after 1st Tuesday 

in April 

3d Tuesday in November 

3d Tuesday in .March , , ,^ „ .^ , 

2d Tuesday in September \\ ^''lell Lake . 



Barron 

Granlsburg. . . . 
Chippewa Falls 
Superior 

Osceola Mills. . 



Ch. 2, L. 1891. 
Ch. 2, L. 1891. 
Ch. 2, L, 1891. 
Ch. 2, L, 1891. 

Ch. 2, L. 1891. 
Ch. 2, L. 1891. 



TWELFTH CIRCUIT. 
JutJge — John R. Be.vnett, Janesville. 



Counties. 


Terms. 




Where Held. 


Lawa. 


Rock 


4th Jlonday in January . . 


1 


Janesville 






Wednesflay after the first 
in November 

let Tuesday in Jfarch .... 


Jlonday 1 
\ 


Sec. 2424. R. S. 




Sec. 2424. R, S. 
Sec 2424 R S 


Jefferson 


Ist Tuesday in October ) 

1st Monday in February 1 


Jefferson 




1st Jlonday in .September 


s 





No jury shall be summoned for either of the terms in this circuit apjiointcd to l)e 
held in the months of .fanuary and June. Every term of this circuit shall also be a 
special term for the whole judicial circuit. — Section -4.'4, Iteeised Statutes. 



AND BUSINESS DITIECTORT. 



THIRTEENTH CHiCL'lT. 
Judge — A. Scott Sloan, Beaver Dam. 



Dodge 4th Tuesday in September. 

j 2d Tuesday in February. . . 

Ozaukee I 1st Tuesday in September. 

I 1st Tuesday in Marcli 



Washington .. 



Waukesha . 



3d Tuesday in October. 
3d Tuesday in ilarch . . 



lat Tuesday in December ] 

4th Tuesday in May [ 

4th Tuesday in August (Special). . ( 
lat Tuesday in February (Special). J 



Juneau Ch. 55. L. 1SS3. 

Ft Washington Ch. 55, L. 1SS2. 

1 
West Bend ; Cb. 55, L. 18S2. 

! 

i 
Waukesha i Ch. 55, L. 1S83. 



FOURTEENTH CIRCUIT. 
Judge — Sauuel D. Hastixgs, Green Bay. 
7\7"m expires Jirst Moiuiai/ of Jaauartj, 1SS6. 



Cou 


ntie3. 


Terms. 


Where Held. 


LawB. 


Brown 




4th Jlonday in Novembei* 

1st Morday in Marcli 


. . ;■ Green Bay. . . . 


. Ch. S3, L.:S87. 


Door . . 


1st Tuesday in Februarv _ . 


. . 1 


1 



I Tuesday alter 1st Monday in S<p- 
1" ' I tember 

Marinette 2d Slonday in January 

1st Monday in .May 

t Ist Monday in October 



Sturgeon Bay.. Ch. 82, L. 1SS7. 



Oconto 



2d Monday in April ) „ 

o,i \j, — 1..,. ;« x'...^ 1 r ^ 



2d Monday in November 



Ch. 83, L. 1887. 



Ch. 82, L, 1887. 



♦Changed to last ilonday in November. — C7i. — , Ziiw? 1S9I. 

Every term in tlie cnuutira of Brown, Oconto and ilarinette, shall also be a special 
term for the whole juilicial circuit. — Chapler S~\ Laion of 1SS7. 

The jurors for each term of court in the counliea of Brown, Oconto and JIarinette, 
shall be summoned to api)ear at or befoie the hour of nine o'clock A. M. on the second 
day of the term. — Chapter S2, Lmcs of 1SS7. 



'\VISC0N'5T>f STATE GAZETTEEE 

FIFTKEXTH CIRCUIT. 

Jud[ie—i. Iv. PAKisn, iledford. 

Term expires fir>t .Vomhi:/ of Jan<'.<iry, 1S93. 



1 



Ashland | 4th Monday cf 3I:ireh ~; ' 

l9t Monday of June ! ' , , , , 

3d Monday ot September { ^s^^'anJ- 

1st Monday of December J 



Ch. 18, L. l•^^l. 



Bayfield 
Oueidaf . 



1st Wednesdayof April 
1st Jlondnv 



/n . / ■ Bayfield. 

of October ) ■' 



3d Jlocday of April 

3d Monday Cif October 

Price I 31 Monday of M ly 

I 3d Jlonday of November 

Sawyer ■ Last Monday of Miy 

I Last Monday of November.. 

Taylor j 1st Monday of Jlay 

I 1st Wednesday of November. 



' Rhinelander. . 
, Phillips 

Hay ward . . . . . 

Medford 



Ch. IS, 

Ch. 18. 
Ch. 18, 
Ch. IS, 
Ch. IS. 



L. ISOl. 
L. 1S91. 
L. 1S91. 
L. 1S91. 
L. 1*91. 



1893. 



Terms of court in this circuit changed by chapter 1G4, laws 1891, after January, 

f Forms part of IGth Judicial Circuit after January, isQ-H—C'/cipler 41. Lair-i 1S31. 

No jury will be empanelled at the March or'Sepfember terms of the court for Ashland 
county unless the judue of said court shall in his discretion at least thirty days prior to 
the couTouing of said terms ti'e a written order with the clerk of said c lurt requirinu: a 
jury to be empanelled. The several sreneral terms of court in each county of said circuit 
shall be a special term for all other counties in said circuit. This act shall take eiTcct 
and be in force from and after itspassase and publication, and all acts or parts of acts in 
conflict with this act are hereby repealed.— C/iap.Vj' IS, Lmcs ISOl. See Chapter PJi, 
Lavs 1S91. 

SIXTEENTH CIRCUIT. 

Judge — Cn.vs. V. Bardeen, Wausau. 

Term expires first yrntd^ii/ »/ .Itni inj, 1S9S. 



Lincoln. .. 
Marathon . 

Oneida 



(.\fter first M.inciay iu .January. ISj'J.) 



Where Held. 



Lav 



1st IMondav of January > \ -kt t 

2d Monday of June ) I -^^""i 



1st Monday of May 

2d Monday of July 

2d Monday of November. 



Wausau. 



Ch. 41, L. 1S91. 
Ch. 41, L. 1S91. 



2d Monday of .Vpril H ri^j^,,,^ j^^. . . Ch. 41, L. ISOl. 

1st Jlonday of October j ' 



Each term held in any of said counties shall be a special term for the other counties 
of said judicial circuit; provided, however, that until the judge of the U5th Judicial 



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51 



r:icuit sball be elected, qualified, and bis term of office shaU have commenced accord- 
.,,5 to law, said counties sliail be consi'.iered as attached to the judicial circuits to which 
'.iii-y have heretofore belonged, aud until such time as the judi;e of sueli judicial circuits 
-ii^ill continue to hold court in the fevcral counties named in the same manner, and at 
•,;je same time, and with the same force and effect as if this act had not been passed. — 
r'fipter 41, Lnxcs ISUl. 



SEVEXTEEXTH CIRCUIT. 

Judge — Wm. F. B.\ilet, Eau Claire. 

Term expires first Monday of January, 1S9S. 



(After first Monday in January, IS 



Clirk. 



2d Monday of March ) ; >;eillsville. 

2d JMonday of December j 



... Ch. 47, L. 1S91. 



Jackson ' 2d Monday of April 

. 2d Jlonday of .'?ep!emljer. 



Kau Claire , 2d ^Monday of February ^ 

i li m"""!'-' "f 'V"-''- ■ ; '■ Eau Claire ' Ch. 47, L. 1S91. 

I 2d Monday of Auirust | 1 

! 2d Monday dI November J | 



Bl'k River Falls Ch. 47, L^ 1S91. 



The several qoneral term."? of court in each county of said circuit shall be special 
terms for the whole 17'h .Judicial Circuit, and any and all business arisins or pend- 
icg in said 17th Circuit or in any of the counties thereof, may be done at such special 
term which may be done in the general term thereof, exceptins the trial of issues of fact 
I'V a jury in cases other than those nrisini^ in actions of quo jrarrniito and mnndamyis. 
L'util the first Jlonday in .January, IM).'. the several counties composing the 17th .Judi- 
cial Circuit shall, for judicial purposes, remain parts of the judicial circuits to which 
tlicy are now atached, and until that time the respective judges of said circuits shall 
continue to hold the terms of court as heretofore. All acts or parts of acts conllirling 
with any of the provisions of this act, are hereby repealed so far as they contlict with 
Ibis act, and no further. — Chapler .jr, Zairs IS'Jl. 




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WISCOXSIN STATS GAZBTTEEI 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 



UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN. 
Located at Madison. Under the Control of the Board of Regents. 

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD. 

George Raymer President. 

Wra. P. Ijartlett Vice President. 

E. P. Kiley Secretary. 

Slfite Trea-vurer Ex Offido Trer.-uroT. 

T. 0. Chamberlin, Pli. D., LL. D President of the University. 



STATE NORMAL SIIOOLS. 

Situated at Platteville, Grant connty : at 'Wljitewater, Walwrorth county ; at Oshkosh, 
Winnebago county ; at River Falls, Pierce county ; and at Milwaukee. 

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD. 

John W. llurae President. 

George \V. Cate Vice-President. 

W. 11. Chandler Secretary. 

State Treasurer Ec Oijkio Treasurer. 

Duncau JIcGregor President, PlatteviUo. 

Albert Salisbury President, Whitev.atcr. 

George S. Albee Presiilent, Oshkosh. 

J. Q. Emery President, River Falls. 

J. J . Mapel President, Milwaukee. 



CnABITABLE, PENAL AND REFORMATORY INSTITUTIONS. 

Under the Charge of the State Board of Supervision. 

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD. 

Andrew B. Elmore, Fort Howard President. 

Albert O. Wright Secretary. 

STATE HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. 
Located at Mendota, near Madison. 

RESIDENT OFFICERS. 

Louis R. Head, M. D Superintendent. 

F. A. Lyman, JI. D., E. P. Taylor, M. D Assistant Physicians. 

J. M. Puliiani Steward. 

Elizabeth \Vhilehead Matron. 



AND BUSINESS DIKECTOKT. 



NORTHERN HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. 
Located near Osbkosh. 

BESIDEXT OFFICERS. 

Charles E. Booth, :\I D Superintendent. 

\Vm. H. Hanker, il. D., E. A. Taylor, JI. D Assistant Pbjsiciaus. 

F, E Grove Steward. 

Miss Kate Hale JIatron. 

INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE BLIND. 
Located at Janesville. 

RESIDENT OFFICERS. 

Mrs. Sarah F. C. Little, A. M Superintendent and Steward. 

M;ss Lizzie S. Curtis Matron. 



! INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF AND DUMB. 

I Located at Delavan. 

; RESIDENT OFFICERS. 

John W. Swiler, A. M Superintendent and Steward. 

Mies Sarah D. Gibson Matron. 

STATE PUBLIC SCHOOL FOR DEPENDENT AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN. 
Located at Sparta. 

t RESIDENT OFFICERS. 

I'vobert T. Roberts • Superintendent and Steward. 

■ ' Allen Rusk. Agent. 

Fred W. Boebmer Clerk. 

^ Mrs. W. A. Roberts General Matron. 

\ WISCONSIN STATE PRISON. 

Located at ^Vaupuu. 
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: RESIDENT OFFICERS. 

'■sorgo Weeks Warden. 

A. A. Loper Deputy Warden. 

j'arob Fuss Clerk. 

' ..ev. Victor Kutcbin Physician and Chaplain. Protestant. 

~ ''^T. J. Allen Clmplain, Roman Catholic. 

i lisa Pha;be Grider Matron. 

!• INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR BOYS. 

I , Located at Waukesha. 

\ RESIDENT OFFICERS. 

' v ^' ^''■'^P Superintendent and Steward. 

5 .'"tin >,[,idson Assistant Steward. 

, '- Di.xon Principal Teacher. 



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INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 

Located at Milwaukee. 

Partly a State Institution, under the control of a self-perpetuating Board of ilanacers: 
but 13 incorporated, and takes charge of children, who are treated as wards of tlii; 
State, and paid for by the County sending them. 

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD OF MANAGERS. 

Mrs. yVm. P. Lynde President. 

^Irs. A. J. Aikena, :iliss C. Doig, Mrs, C. J. Russell Vice-Pre8ident5. 

Mrs. \V. S. Caudee Treasurer. 

Mrs. A. L. Kaine Secretary. 

RESIDENT OFFICERS. 

Jliss Sarah K. Price Superintendent, 

John R. Love Steward. 



NATIO^'AL HOME FOR DISABLED VOLU^^TEER SOLDIERS. 
(Not a State Institution.) 

MANAGERS — Ex 0_fficio. 

His Excellency the President of the L'nited States. 
The Houorable the Chief Justice of the United States. 
The Honorable the Secretary of 'War. 

MANAGERS APPOINTED BY CONGRESS. 

Gen. Wm. B. Franklin, President. Hartford, Conu. 

Col. Leonard A. Harris. "1st Vice-I'resident. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Gen. John A. M:irtiii, 2d Vice-President, Atchison, Kansas. 

Gen. Martin T. McJlahon, Secretary, 93 Nassau street, New York City. 

Gen. John C. Black, Danville. 111. " 

Gen. Thomas W. Hyde, Bath, Elaine. 

Gen. James S. Nezkv, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Col. John L. Mitchell. }illiwaukee, "Wis. 

Gen. Wm. J. Sewell, Camden, N. J. 

NORTHWESTERN CUANCH. 

CoL John L. Mitchell, Local Manager, Milwaukee. 

Officers. 
Gen. Kilburn Kno.\, Governor. 
Gen. T. C. .Moore, Treasurer. 
Dr. "W. H. Leifhtou, Surgeon. 
Dr. J. E. ^Icllvain, Assistant Surcjeon. 
Dr. F. W. Fuhnuanu, -d A.-si.stai!l Surgeon. 
Maj. W, W. Rowley, C. S. and Adjutant. 
Rev. Victor Putteii, Chaplain. 
Rev. E. Purdon Wright, D. D., Clinplain. 

The building of the Naiioual Hoine for Disabled Volunteer Sjldiers, located near 
Milwaukee, December T, 1SG6, -is caileil the Nortliwejteru branch of that National 
Institution. The Ci'Utral Home is located at D.^ytou, Ohio. Other brandies art' 
located at Augusta. Maine. Hampton, Virginia, and Leavenworth, Kansas. The whoit 
are under the same b.iard of managers. 

Soldiers who were disabled in the service of the United Stales in the war of tin- 
rebellion, the Mexican war, or the war of 1S12, aud have baen honorably discharged, are 
entitled to admission to the Srldieis Home. 



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WISCONSIN VETERANS' HOME. 
Located near Waupaca. 

OFFICERS OF BO.^RD OF TEUSTEES. 

J. H. Marston Presideot. 

A. O. Wrighl Vice President. 

J. H. Woodnorth Secretary. 

K. N. PiOberU Treasure'r. 

RESIDENT OFFICERS. 

C. C. Caldwell Superintendent, 

Mrs. Ida Caldwell Matron. 



STATE LOAliDS AND ASSOCIATIOXS. 



STATE BOARD OF SUPERVISION. 

N'ame. Residence. Term Expires 

Lewis A. Proctor Milwaukee June. 1, 1S91 

Charles Lulini; Manitowoc June 1, LSOi 

Wm. T. Parry Portiice June 1,' 1S03 

'V\ m. C. Gilbert Wausau June 1, lt94 

Nicholas Smith Janesville June 1, l^'Jo 

D. S. Comly Madiiou .' Secretary. 

STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES AND REFORM. ■ 
Name. Resideoce. Term Expires 

Wm. W. Reed Jefferson ' April ], 1^93 

Andrew E. Elmore Fort Howard April 1, 1S03 

George S. Graves Fairchild April l', 1^9t 

Hiram U. Giles JIadison April 1, liU5 



REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN. 
STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUULIC INSTRUCTION, Ex OiJiao. 

TerDi EiTiires 

Slate-at-Large— Hon. Lucien S. Hanks, Madison ISOO 

State at-Lar;.re — Hon. Ferdinand Kuehu. .Milwaukee 1S04 

First District— Hun. Charles It. Beach, ^Vhitewater " is92 

Second Di.slrict— Hon. John A. Rice, Mertoii 1S92 

Third District — Hon. Gcor£re. liavmer, Madison ■ li.'i3 

Fourth District— Hon. G. il Noyes, Milwaukee is.93 

Fifth DiMrlct— Hon. J. H. Mead, Sheboycan 1893 

Sixth District— Hon. Frank Challoner, 0=hkosh 1,^02 

Sevtnih District— Hon. J. JI. True, Baraboo lvf)> 

I->'hth Di-trict— Hon. Wni, P. Bart^ett, E-iu Claire '. i,>~93 

^imh District- Hun. D. L. Plumer, Wausau ISO-t 



56 "U'lSCOXSIX STATE GAZETTEER 

OFFICERS OF THE illAUD. 

George R-tymer President. 

Wm. P. Bartiett Vice-President. 

E. F. Riley Secretary. 

State Treasurer E.r OJlcio Treasurer. 



REGENTS OF N'ORM.VL SCHOOLS. 

THE GOVERNOR OF THE ST.ATE, Ex Ofncio. 
THE STATE SUPERIXTEN-DENT, Ex Officio. 
Name. Residence. Term Expires 

W. H. CLiaadlcr Madison February, ISOi 

E. M. Jolinson "Whltewatar February, ]s03 

C. V. Guy River Fails February, l^;i3 

D. J. Gardner Platleville February, IS'jS 

Ira A. Hill Sparta February, 1S03 

M. Kirwaii Jtanitowoc February, 1s'j3 

Joha W. Hume OshkosU February, l'^0■l 

Jacob Jlendel . . . Milwaukee February, l^Oi 

George ^\^ Gate Stevens' Point February, Is'J-t 

John \\ . Hunie Oshk^sh President. 

W. H. Chandler Madison." Secretary. 



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH AXD VITAL STATLSTICS. 
Name. Residence. Term Expires. 

B. O. Reynolds, M. D Lake Geneva Ist Monday in Feb., T^92 

J. T. Pieeve. JL D Appletou 1st .'^Innday in Feb., 1>0:5 

Samuel U. Johnson, >L D Hudson l^t Monday in Feb., IMU 

Solon Marks, ^L D Milwaukee 1st Mond '.y in Feb.. ]'-:i.) 

A. D. K. Thrune, M. D Eau C'Liiro laljilonday in Feb., IS'.ii". 

Solon Marks, M. I) ililwaukec President 

J. T. Reeve, M. D Applelon Secretary 

STATE BOARD OF DEXTAL EXAMINERS. 

F. L. Dolbeare, Oshkosh Term expires ."May, IS'Ji 

Edgar Palmer, Lu Crosse Term e.xpires May, 1 s;l:3 

B. G. ^Inercklcin, Milwaukee Term expires -May, Is'.U 

Charles C. Cbiltenden. JIadison Term expires May, l>;iri 

Edmund C. French, Eau Claire Term expires ^lay, 1^'Jd 

Charles C. Chittenden, Madison President 

Edgar Palmer, La Crosse Secretary 

STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY. 

A. Conrath, Milwaukee Term expires, 1*^91 

E. B. Heiiustreet, Janesville Term expire.', 1^02 

C. R. Bcchmann, Foimtain City Term expires, ]>03 

K. I). Pulford. Jlinoral Point Term expires, 1S91 

F. Robinson, Kenosha, President Term expires, I'-'jr, 

E. B. Ileimstreet, .[anusville Secretary and Treasurer 



STATE LIBRARY. 

TRUSTEES, Ex Officio. . ■ • 

Orsamus Cole Chief Justice Supreme Court 

AVilliam P. Lyon Associate Justice Supreme Court 

Harlow S. Orion Associate Justice Supreme Court 

John B. Casaoday Associate Justice Supreme Court 

J. L. O'Connor '. :. .Attorney-General 

John R, Cerryman Librarian 



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COMMISSIONERS OF FISHERIES. 



The Governor, Ex Officio. 
Philo Dunning, President. Madison. I A. V. II. Carpenter. Milwaukee. 

C. L. Valentine. Sec. acd Treas. Janesville I Calvert Spen.^ley. ^Iinernl Point. 
Mark Douglas, Melrose. I E. S. ^Miner, Sturgeon Bay. 

J.^s. Nevin, Supt., Madison. 



STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

John Jonnston, Milwaukee .President. 

Harlow S. Orton, Madi.son Senior Vice-President. 

Lyman C. Draper, Madisnn Honorary Secretary (Emeritus). 

Reuben G. Th waitcs. Mwdison Corresponding Secretary. 

Elisba Burdick, iladison Recording Secretary. 

Frank F. Proudfit. Madison Treasurer. 

Daniel S. Durrie, JIadisou Librarian. 

I. S. Bradley, Minnie M. Oakley, Eninaa A. Hawley, and 

Annie A. Nuuns, Madison Assistant Librarians. 

STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

A. C. Parkinson, Columbus President 

J. M. True, Barabno Secretary 

Cyrus Miner, Janesville Treasurer 

WISCONSIN TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. 

John Nagle, Manitosvoc President 

II. L. Te1-ry, Lake Mills Secretary 

J. E. Riordan, Sheboygan Trecsurer 

WISCONSIN PRESS ASSOCIATION. 

J. E, Heg, Lake Geneva President. 

F. W.Coon, EdpertoD Secretary. 

". G. Munson, Vircqua Assistant Secretary. 

•J M. Chappie, Ashland Treasurer. 

WISCONSIN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, ARTS AND LETTERS. 

0. W. Peckham, Milwaukee President. 

*'. E. Bennett, JIadison Secretary. 

^_ D. Hasting.'", Madison Treasurer. 

^\ . II. Ilolbjs, JIudlsoQ Librarian and Curator. 

AVISCONSIN SHORTHORN BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION. 

penrge Wylic, Leeds President 

H. B. Drake, Beaver Dam Secretary 

WISCONSIN .JERSEY B];EEDERS' ASSOCIATION. 

Giflrge E. Bryant, 3Iadi.=nn President 

r. L. Hacker, Cottage Grove Secretary 

WISCONSIN SWINE BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION. 

f ;.T,rge Wylic, Leeds President 

'"■vrge S. Love, Waukesha Secretary 



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WISCONSIN POULTRY ASSOCIATION. 

H. L. H'lmpbrey, Fludsnn President 

Dr. E. L. Boolliby, ILimuioud Sacretary 

WISCONSIN STATE BEE KEEPERS' ASSOCIATION. 

C. A. Hatch, r.haca President 

J. W. Vance, iladisoQ Secretary 

WISCONSIN SHEEP BREEDERS' AND WOOL GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. 

J. N. Crawford. Mukwonago President 

W. E. Purker, Wbiiewater Vice-President 

H. J. AVilkiiisoa. AVhitewater Secretary 

C. R. Gbbs. Whitewater Cor. Secretary 

\V. 11. Hardy, Whilevrater Treasurer 

WISCONSIN FARMERS' ALLIANCE. 

C. N. Batt, Virnqna President 

N. E. Moody, Viroqua Secretary 

WISCONSIN STATE GRANGE. 

S. C. Carr, Jlilton Janction 'Master. 

W. A Sprasiie, Kced^burirh Overscir. 

O. Pixley, Port Atkinsou Lecturer. 

Alfred Sopcr. Eau Claire Steward. 

J. V. Jones, Erne Assistant Steward. 

J. C. Searle. Roberts Chaplain. 

E. G. Pound. Fulton Tieisurtr, 

H. E. Huxley, Ncenah. Secretary. 

Myron Rowley, Si.arta Gate Keeper. 

Hrs. S. C. Carr, Milton Junction Pomona. 

Mrs. Ilatlie E. Spraijue, Reed-burijb Flora. 

Mrs. H. E. Hu.\ley. Neenah Ceres. 

Lydia Young, Reedsburgh Lady Assistant Steward. 

STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

M. A. Thayer, Sparta Piesidcnt. 

L. G. Kellocc. Ripon Vice-President 

B. S. IIox'c. EvansTille .-Secretary. 

3Irs. V. H. Camiibcll, Evansville Treasurer. 

STATE DAIRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION. 

"W. D. Hoard, Fort Atkinson President 

'D. W. Curtis. Fort Atkinson Secretary 

H. K. Loomis, Sheboygan Falls Treasurer 

STATE SUPERVISOR OF INSPECTORS OF ILLUMINATING OILS. 
A. M. Kersten De Pere 

STATE TREASURY AGCNT. 
Thomas Kennedy, Djdgeville. [II ilds office during pleasure of the Governor.] 

STATE PENSION AGENT. 
Joseph B Doe Midison 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



INTERNAL REVENUE DISTRICTS OF WISCONSIN. 



Finl Dktn'ci—CouTiVies of Broivn, Calumet, Dodge, Door, Florecce, Fond duLar, For- 
rest, Green Lnke, Kenosha, Kewaune", Manitowoc, rilarir.ettp, Mainuette. Ali^vau- 
kee,' Oconto, Outagamie, Ozaukee, Raciue, Shawano, Sheboygan, Walworth, Wash- 
ington, Waukesha, "Waupaca, Waushara, Winnebago, and County of Langlade, 
except the eight western townships in western portioa of said county. 

Hexrt FI^■K, Collector, Milwaukee. 

SkcondDiitiicC—CouunescAAdam^. Ashlanil, Barron, Baj field, Buffido, Burnett, Chip- 
pews, Clark, Colundjia, Crawford, Dauc, Dousrlas, Dunn, Eau Claire, Grant, Green, 
Iowa, Jackson, .Jo'.Ierson, .Tuneau, T.a Crosse, Lafayette, Lincoln, Marathon, Mon- 
roe, Oneida, Pepin, Pierce, polk, Poitage, Price, Uicbland, Rock, St Croix, Sauk, 
Sawyer, Taylor, Trempealeau, Vernon, Washburn, Wood, and the eiijht western 
townships of Langlade county. 

E. M. PiOGEKS, Collector, Madison. 



GOVHRXORS OP WISCONSIN THRRITORY. 

Henry Dod£;e From 1R3C to 1!=4I I Nathaniel P. Tallmadge. From 1844 to 1S45 

Jurats Duane Doly From 1S41 to 1^4-4 | Henry Dodge From lS4o to 1S4S 



GOVERNORS OF WiSCOXSI.N' STATE FROM FfS ORGAXIZ.ITIOX. 

Nelson Dewey, Lancaster From 1S4S to l^.'iS 

I-f I nard .1. Farwell, Madison From IS.ji to 1^■"J4: 

Win. A. Barstow, Waid<csha From ISot to I^OG 

i Anhur McArthur, Milwaukee From .March 21, l&o6, to Maich 2.5, INHS 

i C,,li3 Bashford, O.hkosli From ISnc to IN.JS 

( A'ex. W. Handall, Waukesha From K,S to l-^O'^ 

I 1 "uis P. Harvey, Sboj^iere From January 0, IbOi, to April U<, lStJ3 

t '-'Iward Salomon, Milwaukee From 18GJ to 18i"4 

j ■ii.nies T. Lewis, Columbus From 1S64 to 1S'>5 

, '-"lius Fiiirthild. Madison From ISCG to 187-.J 

'•. •'•Wasliliuin, La Crosse From ]87i! to 1874 

*' illmm ]!. Taylor, Co:ta-e Grove From 1874 to lS7'3 

'•;!rrisoQ Ludiupton, .Milwaulice From lS7<i to lb73 

pin- E. Smith, Milwaukee From 1878 to l>^-3 

■'■;remihh .M. Rusk, Virtqun Fiom 1882 to Is'-a 

V ■ U- Hoard, Fort A;kinsoD From Iss'J to 1^91 

^•lorge ^\ , Peck, Milwaukee From lf-91 to 

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WISCOXSIX COLLECTiOX LAAV 



Assignments. — Voluntary assiinments may be made by debtor for benefit of genera! 
creditors, under statutory formalities. Zso preferences allowed eictpl wa.tjea of employes. 
earned within six months prior thereto if assignor makes no preference ; three months, 
wages preferred by law. Release not granted. Any preference made by debtor by tlie 
sale of property, mortgige. or other securit}", within sixty days prior to date of assign- 
ment, shall be void and of no elTect, prurided the party benetiied had reasonable cause to 
believe such debtor insolvent, and b}' confession of judgment within same period, voiJ 
ahwlutdy. If suit for recovery on account of preference or fraud is not brought by 
assignee within sixty days after assignment, any creditor may sue therefor upon giving 
bonds to assignee of si, 000. 

ATTACii>rFNT may be issued at any lims before judgment, in all actions on con- 
tract, express or implied, where plaintiff shows by atfl tavit that fact, and that the debt 
exceeds §30, and tliat the altiant ha? good reason "to believe one of the following cases tn 
exist : That delendant has ab=conded or is about to abscond from the State, or is con- 
cealed therein to the injury of his creditors ; th;»t he h.is assigned, disposed of, or con- 
cealed, or is about to, any of his property, with intent to defraud his creditors : that he 
has removed or is about to remove any of his property out of the State, with like intent ; 
that he fraudulently contracted the debt or incurred the obligation for which this action 
is brought ; that he is a nonresident or it is a foreign corporation ; that he had fraudu- 
lentlj' conveyed or d.sposed of his property, or part of it, to defraud his creditors. 
Attachment may also be made for debt to become due. on fidng similar affidavit, and 
givin.g undertaking for three times amount of claim. At'acliment may issue in Justice 
Court, upon grounds nearly identical, where djbt exceeds ,-Jo. 

CnATTEi. MonTG.^GES are valid between the parties thereto, but void a^ against any 
other persons, unless the possession of the mortgaged property be delivered to auil 
retained bj' the mortgagee, or uule^s the mortgage, or a copy thereof, be filed with llie 
clerk of the village, town, or city where the mortgagee resides, or if he is a non-resident. 
■where the proper!}' is situated n't the time of making the mortgage. Such chattel mort- 
gage ceases to be valid, except as between the parties, at the expiration of two years, 
unless, within thirty days next preceding the expiration of the two years the morlgacree 
or his agent make and annex to the mortgage, or a copy thereof, on file, an alUdavit 
setting furlh the interest of the mortgagee in the properly raortcaged. The clfect of 
such affidavit renews the f(irce of the mortgage for two years. Similar renewals may 
be made at the end of each tw.i year.s. It is a raijdMueau jr to sell or dispose of cliattciS 
mortgaged, with intent to defr-iud. >\u specitied time in which mortgaged property 
must be sold to pay debt. C'hatlc! mortgage up m household furniture or exempt chat- 
tels of married man invalid without signature of wife witnessed by two witnesses. 

Deeds. — A deed of q lit claim and releiso of the form in comrmn use is sufficient 
to pass all the estate which tiie grantor could convey by deed of bargain and sale. Xo 
covenant is in any ca-e to be implied in any conveyance. Deeds executed within this 
State, of lands or anj' interest of lands 'herein, must be executed in the presence of two 
witnesses, who shall subscribe their names to the suine as such, and the persons executiutr 
must acknowledge the execution before any judge or court commissioner, clerk of a cir- 
cuit court, county clerk, notary public, or justice of the peace; and tlie officer taking 
the acknowledgment must indorse a certificate of the acknowledgment, and the true date 
of making it under his hand. A scroll answers for a seal. 

ExE>rrTiONS. — Library, household furniture, etc, $200 ; firearm', ^T,{s ; necessary 
team, cattle and utensils ; 1 year's provisions ; tools or stock in trade of nieehauic, 
miner, or other person, ^^'^OO : Ubr.uy and imiilements of professional man, ^iOO ; print- 
ing material, presses, etc., sl,.5il0 ; home^teail, in country, -10 acres, or in town pl.it, 
one fourth of an acre. The earnings of all married persjus having a family dependent 



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upon them for support, for three months next preceding the issue of any process, to 
Ibe amount of si30. only for each month in which such earnings are made or secured. 
yo personal prop.Tty is exempt as against any debt remaining of its purchase price. 

Interest.— Legal, 7 per cent.; by contract in writing, 10. Usury forfeits all 
iDterest. 

Justice's .Icrisdiction, — .s-200, may enter judgment by confession to S300. 

Judgments. — Judgments of the circuit court become a lien on all re.al estate of the 
judgment debtor within the county, and from the date of its being docketed tn the clerk's 
cfljce; this lien holds for ten years. A transcript of the judgment of a justice of the 
peace may be docluted in the circuit court clerk's oflice, and becomes then a lien on real 
estate, and is regarded as a circuit court judgment for its enforcement and collection. 
A trauscript of the docket of a judgment in any circuit court clerk's office may be tiled 
and dockeicd in anv other county, and becomes a lien on all real estate of the judgmeut 
debtor in any county where docUcted. from that date, and is enforced by execution 
issued from the county where judgment was rendered. 

LiiiiT.VTioN OF Actions.— On contracts not under seal, C yeurs ; judgments of courts 
within the State and on sealed instruments, cause accruing wilhin the ^tate, 20 years ; 
fjieign jud^'ments and specialties, cause accruing without'tbe State, 10 years; recovery 
of bonds, 2U years. 

Married Women retain all property for their exclusive use and benefit which is 
acquired from any source except their husband, and may convey it and do busiuCaS as 
if unmarried. Widow is entitled to dower of one-third in alljands owned by husband 
at any time during marriage, unless lawfully barred. 

MoRTC.VGES are executed precisely' as deeds, except the wife need not join in a pur- 
chase money mortgage to bar dower. An}- conveyance, however, in whatever form, 
will be held a mortgage on familiar equity principles, if in reality a security for debt. 
If a power of sale be inserted, they may he foreclosed by advertisement. One year's 
ledemption is allowed after sale in such cases, but the common and belter practice is 
to foreclcsa by suit in Circuit Court, and after sale, which cannot take jijace until after 
the expiration of one year's redemption ; after judgment no redempti ou is allowed. 
Ktdemptiou before sale must include 10 percent, interest from date of judgment. A 
reasonable solicitor's fee is allowed in addition to taxed costs. >'o strict foreclosures 
kUowed of mortgages. No mortgage or sale of a homestead valid unless the wife joins. 

Proof of Claims Sent fou Collection.— It being necessary to sue in the name 
C'f the real party in interest, creditors sending claims for collection should give their 
names in full. In case of a fitm,fidl name of The individuals composing the firm should 
be given, and if creditor is a curporutiou, that fact should lu stated. 

Redemption — Of lauds sold under execution, 1 year, or by subsequent creditor, 
15 months ; mortgage, 1 year ; taxes, 3 years. 

Rrvivor —Part payment or new promise in writing, if by one joint debtor, revives 
the debt only as to him. 

Stay OF Execution.— Only on justice's judgments, $10 to over ,s50, exclusive of 
costs, one td four mouths. 

Witness. — Party in interest may be, unless opponent is dead. 









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WISCONSIN 8TATB GAZETTEER 



BANKS AND BANKERS OF WISCONSIN. 



Ahncpee 

Almn 

Alma Centre 

Anti^o 

Antigo 

ApplttoD 

ApiiktoD 

Arcadia'. 

Arenn 

Asbland 

Ashlnnd 

Ashland 

Ashlund 

Auf;usla 

Baldwin 

Banj;or 

Baralioo 

Baralioo 

Baruboo 

Barron 

Bajlkld 

Beaver Dam 

Beaver Dam 

Belolt 

Beloit 

Beloit 

Berlin 

Black River Falls. 
Black Uiver Falls. 

Bloomer 

BloomlngtoD 

Boscobel 

Brandon 

Brodhead 

Biirlni;;ton 

Cambria 

Cassville 

Ccntralia 

Cbilton 

Cliippewa Falls. . . 
Chippewa FalU. . . 
Chippewa Falls. . . 

Clinton 

ClintonviUe 

Ctbb 

Colby 

Cohimbus 

Columbus 

Cumberland 

Darlington 

Darlini;fou 

Deeilield 

Delavan 

Delavan 

De Pure 

Dodgcville 

Dodgevillo 

Ood{;evi!!e 

Dorche=ter 



NAME OF BANK. 



Capital. 



Bank of Ahnapee 

Exchange Bans 

ililler's Exchange Bank l 

Bank of Au'ico i 

I^aaisli^iic County Bank. ... 

ConiiiiL-reial National 

Firit National ', 

Bank r.f Arcadia j 

Jones AYm H , 

Ashland Xational Bank | 

First Xatiocal Bank I 

Northern Nat'onal Bank ' 

Security Savings Bank i. ; 

Augusta Bank j 

Bank of Baldwin i 

Bangor Exchange Bank i 

Ban k of Baraboo 

Baraboo Savines Bank I 

First National Bank I 

Bank of Barron i 

Lumberman's Bank 1 

First National ] 

German-American State Back j 

Beloit Savings Bank ; 

Hyde L C ifcBiittan ( 

Second National | 

Sacket & Fitch , 

First National I 

Jackson County Bank 

Bank of Bloomer | 

\Voodhouso it Bartley ! 

Bank of A J Pipkin ] 

Foster F R & Son I 

Bank of Brodhead 1 

First National 

Bank of Cambria 

First Commercial Bank 

Bank of Centraiia 

GtMuan Exchange Bank 

First National 

Lumbeunan's National 

Seymour's Bank 

Citizens' Bank 

Bank of ClintonviUe 

Cobb Bank Willard East- 
Exchange BlIJK 

Fi'.nuer.i' A; ^Krcbacts' Union Bank 

Fi^^t National 

Bank of Cumberland 

Citizens' National Bank 

First National Bank 

Bank of Deeilield 

Citizens' Bank of Delavan 

Latimer E & Co 

Kellogg Banking Co 

Ciiv Bank 

Drdgeville Bank 

Strong's Bank 

Winchester's Ex Bk of Dorchester 



D W Stebbins. 
R Vi Hunner. . 



Amo? Baum 

H C Humphrey. . 
U G Freeman. . . 
Herman Erb.... 
Joseph Ruth 



NI ^Yilley 

C E Street 

C F Latimer 

E H Ellis ; ... 

CE Bradford 

J A Decker 

John Kupp, propr. 

J Van Orueu 

RBGrig.ir- 

Wm A \Varren.. . 

C D Cce 

Wm Knisht, propi 

J E McClure 

LE Rock 

J A Holmes treas. 



L H Parker. 



W U Richards. 
W R O'Hearn.. 
Henry ilarshall. 



C "\V Carpenter.. . 

C Hall • 

Eli ward Harris. . . 
Charles Creglow. . 

I E Philleo.' 

Henry Kresteu. . . 
L M Newman. . . . 
S B Niramons. . . . 
Wm L Seymour. . 

Wm Jones 

R G Gibson, propr. 
man it Co, proprg. 



20,000 



2o,000 

30,000 

loO i.iOO 

300.000 

10,000 



50,000 
12:j.000 
100, OuO 
30,000 
15.000 
25,000 



50,000 
25,000 
50,000 
50,000 



50,000 



50,000 
25,000 
50,000 
26,200 
15,000 



10,000 



45.000 
50,000 



25.000 
40,000 
100,000 
100,000 
50,000 
25,000 



R S Rockwell. . . . 


10 000 


J R Goff 


50,000 


C F Ivilk 


2,500 


George F West. . . 


oU.OOO 


G S Anthony 


50,000 


H B Fargo 


10,000 


11 F 'U illlam.s, .... 


25,000 


A H Keudrick 




W E Kellotrg.... 


25,000 


Wra Pirrv 




RT Parrv 


35.000 


James Cleminson. 


45,000 


E H Winchester.pi 


5.000 



AND r.USINESS DIKKCTORY. 



67 



BANKS AND BANKERS OF WISCONSIN— Cnnlinued. 



NAME OF BANK. 



Capital. 



Purand 

Eau Claire. . . 
Eau Claire. . . 
Eau Ciaire. . . 
Eau Claire. . . 
Etigertou .... 

Edmund 

Eikhorn 

Ellsworth. . . . 

Elroy 

ETansville . . . 
Fennimore. . . 
Fifitld. ... 

FlorcDce 

Fond du Liic. 

Fond (hi Lac 1 Firit Nalional ISauk. 



Bank of Durand ! 

Bank of Eiu Llaire 

Chippewa A'nUey Bank 

CommerciHl Bank j 

Eiiii Claire .\.-)lioiinl Baiih! 

Bank of EdirtTtou i 

Vincent & Ba.xter i 

First Xalional j 

Bank of E'lsworlh j 

Bank of Elroj- i 

Bank of Evan^ville j 

Fenniuiore Bank ; 

Price County Bank t 

State Bank of Florence 

Cole WE. 



n L Smith 

C W Lnckwood. . . 
Geo T Thompson. 

P C Allen 

\Vm II Coffin 

C L Biirnham . . . 



AVH Conger. ... 

Orin Lord 

Edmund Hart ... 

GL Pullen 

C A Willi.^op.pro] 

B F Leonard 

E EWilco-x 



Eond du I^ac. 
Fond du Lac . . 
Fort Atkinson.. 
Fort Atkinson.. 
Fort Hoivaid. . . 

Fox Lake 

Galcsvdle 

Grand Kapids. . 

Green Bay 

Green Bay 

Hartford 

Hayward 

Hillsboro' 

Ilillsboro' 

Hudson 

Hudson 

Hurley 

Hurley 

•Janesville 

Jaue&ville 

Janesville 

Jefferson 

Jtflerson 

Kaukauna 

Kenosha 

Kenosha 

Kewaunee 

Kewaunee 

Kilhourn City. . . 
KiUiourn City. . . 

La Crosse 

La Crosse 

La Crosse 

La Crosse 

La Crosse 

Lake Geneva. . . . 
Lake Geneva. . . . 

Lake ^lills 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Linden* 

Lodi :... 

Madiscn 



Fond du Lac National Bank 

.Weils J C 

Citizen.s' State Bank 

First Nalii ml ISank 

JlcCartnev's E.\chani;e Bank 

State Bank of Fox Lake . 

Bank of Gale.sville 

Fir.st National Bank . . 

Citizens' National Bank 

Kellogg National Bunk 

Exchan;;e Bank 

Sawyer County l!ank 

Bank of Hillsboro' 

ExchaiiEje Bank 

Fiist National Bank 

Hudson Savini:.s Bank 

First National Ilank 

Iron E.xch.'inire Bank 

First National B.ank 

."Vlerchautsand.Mtclianic.x'Sav'gs I!li 

Peck County National Bunk 

Farmers and Merrlianta' Bank 

Jefft rsoG County Bf,nk : 

liank of ICaukaun.'i 

First National Bank 

Ifiead E>iiii »V <'o 

Bank of Kewiiunie ' 

Kewaunee Exchange Bank ; 

Bank of Kil bourn I 

Siroud's Bank ' 

Batavia Bank 

i:\<'liaii;;(^ !*lalo t'anli 

La t'ro'^se N;ili(inai li.ink 

Lienli kken .fohii 

S3a)t> 85;uik of I>a «.'ro«se. . . 

Bank uV Ovuvxh 

First National Biink ; 

(Greenwood Bros 

Mej f r ISioliaiil A- to 

Stale Bank of Grant County j 

Bank of Linden \ 

Bank of Lodi I 

Capital City Bank I 



James B Perry 
G A Ivnapp. . . . 



C A Caswell 

L B Caswell jr... 

J H Tayler 

F I Davijon 

C .M Kellogg .... 

F J Wood 

W P Wainer . . . 
Henry B Baker... 
E A iMcCollow. . . 

E II llolbert 

\Vm Lind, propr. 



D C Fulton 

Alfred J Goss 

W A Buit 

WS Reynolds.... 

J B Doe 

^V S Jelfris 

S B Smith 

G J Kisptrt 

John Kirael jr. . . . 

FA Towsley 

Charles C Brown . 

U J Lewis 

Charles Brandts ji 

L Bruenimer 

A D Bowman 

AVni S Stroud, prpi 

E E Beutlev 

Henry P Magill... 
S S Burton 



J 51 Hollcy.... 
Charles E Buel 
D Bailield 



Joseph Beck. 



F C Hutson.. 
J Wllobbing. 



5 ■:.•;. 000 

30,000 

Si 1, 000 

SO. 000 

100.000 

to.ooo 



.50.000 

25,000 
10.000 
."in. 000 
10.000 
25 000 
30,000 



12.5.0C0 
100,000 



25,000 



25. COO 
20.000 
25,000 
50,000 

100,000 
00.000 
20,000 
70,000 
4,000 
20.000 
75,000 
25,000 
50,ono 
25,000 

125,000 
50.U00 

10n,0CO 
60,000 
50.000 
no, 000 
75,000 
75.000 
25.1100 
25,000 
25.000 



200 OOo 
25,000 

200.0UO 
10,(100 
5(1,000 
50,000 
50,000 



20.000 
60,000 



5.000 
10((,000 



68 



WISCONSIN STATE GAZETTEER 



BANKS AND BANKERS OF WISCONSIN-Continiud. 



Madison 

Madiaon 

Madison 

ManitO'.voc 

Manitowoc 

Manitowoc 

Slarinctte 

JIarinette 

MarsLifield 

JIaustou 

Mansion 

JIayville 

Mazo JIanie. . . . 

Medford 

Jledford 

Melrose 

Menasha 

l\Iena«lia 

JMenonionie 

Menomonie 

Menonionie 

Merrill 

Merrill 

Milton 

Milton .Junction. 

Milwaukee 

Milwaukee 

Milwaukee 

Milwaukee 

Milwaukee 

^lilwaukec 

Milwaukee 

Milwaukee 

Milwaukee 

Milwaukee 

Milwaukee 

Mineral Point. . . 
Mineral Point. . . 

Mondovi 

Monroe 

Jlonroe 

Montello 

Montfort 

Monlforl 

Jlofiinee 

Muscoda 

Neenah 

Neenah 

Neill.sville 

Nelllavllle 

New Lisbon 

New London. . . . 
New Richmond. . 
New Kichmond. . 

Oconomowoc 

Oconto 

Oostlmrgli 

Oslikoah 

Oihkosh 



NAME OF BANK. 



jr. 



First National Bank i W Ramsev 

Gernian-American Bank \ Fred W Siiljr 

State Lank S H Marsljall 

First Nat;oa.il Bank , Charles Luling. . . . 

3Iaaiton-oc Savinirs Bank ! L^uis Schuette. . . . 

Shove T C Biinkins Co | F 11 Harris 

First National Bank j Ira D Buck 

Stephenson National Bank ; H J Brown 

Mar^bfield Bank Leaiuler: Cboate, propr 

Bank of Mouston .J T Heath & Co.proprs 

.Juneau County Bank .-... G H Winchtll 

Mayville Eschange Bank S W Lamoreus, propr. 

Brocson, Draper & Co 

State Bank of Bedford Charles Alverson! 

Taylor County Bank Hartmac i; Brucker, proprs 

Tanner F E 

Bank of ilcuasha Hcnrv lie 

First National Bank G Ilu'tz 

First National Bank ^Xm C McLean 

Schulte 6c Quilliug 

Tainter A it Son SB French. . '. ' 

First National Bank J W Ladd 

Haywood G .V Son , E S Wakelin . . 

Bank of :Milton ! E B Saunders.. 

Exchange Bank j Will H Giles. . 

Commercial B.ink ] il B Geilfus... 

First National Bank i F G Bigelow 

IIoULrhton ]!ros it Co 

.Marshall it Bsley Bank ' .James K lisley. 

HJerchanta' ]',.\-clian.se F .J Kipp 

.Milwaukee Nalionai of Wisconsin. T L Baker 

National E\chani;e B.ink ] Grant Fitch. 

I>lai)iiinl<>ll £SilllU , .John P ilurphy 

Second Ward Saviucs Bank i Charles U Scliniidt 

South Side Savings Bank ' .John B Koetlin 



.loiin Johnston. . 
Philip Allen, jr.. 
E Y Hutchinson. 



J H Duerst. 



' Wis .'^larlne it Fire Ins Co Bank 
First National Bank 
Iowa Counlv Bank. . 

Dillon F H.' 

Citizens' Bank. 

First NationnI Link ' U Liullow 

Bank of Montello : A J Barry 

Eastman II it Son ; 

Steven.s' Bank i P T Stevens,' propr 

Homier .losi.'ph ] 

Mclntyre. Elston & Co 



Manufacturers' National Bank. SB Mon;aa 

National B ink ot Xeenali .J P Shiells 

Clark County Bank WGKi'.pii.. 

Ncillsville Bank Joseph M.irley.. 

j Farmers' and .Merdiant's Bink I H 3[arsh 

i l!ank of Xew Louilon .Murray it P.ipe, proprs. 

Bank of New Bichmond ". ,f W McCoy 

Maiuifacturcrs' Bank PC :Mux^on 

B ink of Oconomowoc B G Eilgeiton.. 

Oconto National Bank Wm K Smith.. . 

Daane Peter it S m 

Commercial Bank Tliomas D.Uy . . . 

German-American Bank T R Fientz 



?100,000 
25,000 

50,000 

oO.Cti'i 

oO.OOii 

100,000 

100,000 



.5.000 
SO, 000 
.50,000 



.50.0i)0 
50,0U3 

"bblooo 
'ibblooo 

200,000 
50,000 
200, OOC 
100. OOO 
2,50.00') 
400,000 
200,0110 
200,0110 



500 01 lO 
100,000 

Co, 000 
"75,600 

100,000 



50,000 
20,000 



65,000 
75.000 
25.000 
25 000 
10,000 



35,000 
oO.OoO 
50 000 
GO.OUO 



200,000 
100,000 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



69 



BANKS AND BANKERS OF WISCONSIN— Continued. 



Oshkosh 

tKbkosU 

O.-hkosh 

I'Liilips 

I'lsiiitield 

I'jatteville 

I'iymouth 

Tortsge 

Portage 

l'or[a2,e 

I'urt Washington. . 
I'rftirie du Cliieu . . 

I'raiiie du Sac 

rrtscott 

Princeton 

Kacine 

H;icice 

liuclne 

Itttdiburg 

litedsburg 

lii-wcy 

Itliinelander 

liliinelander 

Kliinelander 

P>ice Lake 

Itice Lake 

Hii-Lfuld 

I!if bland Centre. . 
liicbland Centre. . 

liipon 

liipon 

Hiver Falls 

f^t Croix Falls.... 

^^uik City 

^.iuk City 

I^-ytuour 

^Imron 

J'iiawano 

■''lieboygan 

■"^lieljoygan 

^beboygiiu Falls., 
t-iitlj.ivgan Falls.. 

^lifll Like 

^'liuU'-burg 

^;iullsburg 

^DUtli Kaukauua . 

^'Utb Wayne 

i^parta 

>^Parta 

Spring Green 

Ni'vcus' Point 

•"elevens' Point 

^!.inigliion 

^'"iighton 

'"^lUgeou Bay 

•*"-nrgi.'on Bay 

•■^'urt'eon Bay 

^iin Prairie 

^un Prairie 



NAME OF BANK. 



German Xati jnal Bank 

National Bank 

Xational Union Bank 

State Bank of Phillips 

Bank of Plainfiold 

Eistman G W 

State Bank of I'iymouth 

City B.tnk of Portage 

First iXational B ink 

Gorman E.vchange Bank 

(German-American Bank 

1! ink of Prairie du Chieu 

Sauk C;ty Bank 

Miller Henry S 

YaLr FT 

I'ir>! \alioJsal SEank 

n;!Uuila«'l:ir'.-i-«,' Vai-i CSaiilii 

liiioii .National LiaoK , 

(■iti7..ns' B.ink I 

Ktcilsburc-'Bank I 

Hewey J W tt Son [ 

Brown EDA; Son I 

First National B ink 1 

iMercbanti' State Bink 

Bank of Tiice Lake ! 

liai'i-<>:i CoiEiity ESiinIi I 

liaise Bros ' 

Prase Bi03 & Co's Bank I 

['mr Wni il j 

First National Bank \ 

German National Bank. , | 

B mk of River FhUh | 

Bink of St Croi.\ Falls j 

Nifl'z Charles 1 

Tripp .J S I 

Su:y mour Bank i 

Bank of Sharon | 

!■ awano County Bank 

oi'.iik of Sheboygan 

German Bank 

Dairymen's Bank 

Falls Bank 

Shell Lake Savings P..aak 

P'lrst National P. mk 

S!iiili>I*ur;; ESaiiK 

Fusi Natiimal Bank 

Heiudel LW 

Bank of Sparta 

Thayer's Bank 

Harris S M 

t'oiiiiiicrcial IJjtiiU Tlii' 

I'ir.st .Xulioiial HiaiiU 

Dane County Bank 

Stoughton Stale Bank 

Hank of Sturgeon Bay Keo_' 

Lii PliulM F 

Merchants' E.vchange Bank 

Bank of Sun Prairie ,Ione 

Farmers' and Merchants' Bank. . . . 



RB Evan, sasst cash 
Charles Schreiber. 
Moriis Jones ... . 
Louis Roosmau . . . 
II N Drake, propr. 



E A Dow 

Miles T Alverson . 
Ed-.vard A Gowar. 

U A Sprecher 

P> H Clark 

E IKidd 

J S Tripp, propr. . 



E F Yabr 

11 B Monroe 

B B Northrop . . . 

E C Dean 

\V F Winchester. 
Wm B Smith. . . . 



E O Brown 

S M Hutchinson. 

E O Brown 

E L Everts 

A B Bailey 



E M Pease 



G L Field.... 
I l\l Dakin.... 
.1 M Smith . . . 
Fred L Olcott 



S H Rondeau . . . 
George JIanslield 
F "\V Humphrey. 

.lulius Kroos 

Fjitz .Karsle 

Thomas Stead man 
Abner Heald . 
B "W Barnes .... 
John II Savage. 
C T Doui?las . . . 
Frank F Becker 



E H Canfield. 
M A Thayer. , 



Emmons Burr. . . . 
\V B Backinirbam 

ON Falk...r 

H.ibe D.w 

h it Decker, propri 



Lawrence ttNelson! 
^ S: Meeker, proprs! 
J M Batz I 



f^OO.OOO 

200, OuO 

200,000 

30.000 



2.5 000 
2.J 000 

75,000 
25,000 
25,000 
00,000 



24,000 
100,000 
250,000 
150,000 
25,000 
45,000 



50,000 
50,000 



25,000 



60.000 
50.000 
35,000 
30,U00 



30,000 
50,000 
50,000 



30.000 
50,000 
50.000 
50,000 



25 000 
16,000 



00,000 
50,000 
CO, 000 
50,000 



10-li 



WISCONSIN STATE GAZETTEER 



BANKS AND BANKERS OF WISCONSIN— Continued. 



NAME OF BANK. 



Capital. 



Superior BniiU of Superior John A Bardon. . .| .•$ oO.ro. 

Thorp : Garrison Bros ' 

ToniEh BankofTnrash J B Boneas : '. . . 

Tomah "Warren ,T 11 ^k Sous WW "Warren . . . . ' 

Tomahawk-. Brailley W H & .T W George G William!: 50,00" 

Viroqua Liudemann A: Rii'k 

"Washburn IJniik ol' Wi'-'-Sihuni Prcs-tnn Dubrow. .: O.'i.OOO 

Washburn Baj field County Baul: L X Clausen ! 2.5,00/ 

Waterloo Waterloo Dank George Q Ames. . .j 

Waterto-wa Bank of Watertown Wm Buchlieit ...| 50,000 

Watertown Wiscon.'^in National Bank P V Brown i ■50,000 

Waukesha Xalional l^xciiiUJue Caiik. W P Sawyer | oO,00:"i 

Waukesha "Waukesha National Bank H M Frame i 100,000 

Waupaca , Coolidge Evan I 

Waupaca National Bank of Waupaca Wm B Baker. . . 

Waupaca Waupaca County National M F Skinner . . 

Waupun , First National Bank G F Wheeler. . 

Wausau First National Bank A II Grout. . . . 

Wausau German-An:fericau Savings Bank . . E A Gooding.. 

Wausau Marathon Count}- Back C AV Harger. . . 

West Bend ....... Bank of West Bend E Franckenberg, propr 

West Salem La Crosse County Bank N C Ktlley [ 

West Superior American E.\'change Bink EM Hills j GO.OnO 

West Supei ior Bank of Commerce W C Brooks | 100.000 

WestSupcrior na«Uor"\Vt'«l ^Jisucrior John T Hemphill. , 50 000 

West Superior 5>oiiuI:i>' Osiiiily 'J-iiiU A N Brown 50,000 

WestSupcrior Fir.'t National Bank W II Slack ! SOO.oGO 

WestSupcrior International Baulc D II Decker \ oO,(iOO 

WestSuptiior Kevstone National Bank Wiimot Saecrer. ...1 200,000 

WestSupcrior Sia'te Bank of Wisconsin Chris Julsrud 60,000 

Weyauweia Weed, Gumaer & Co I 

Whitehall" ' Melby J O ' 

Whitewater Citizens' National Bank E JI Johnson i T.'i.OO'.' 

Whitewater First Natinual Bank G S .Marsh i 17.5, Oo'i 

Wonewoc Bank of Wonewoc I H AVolfeuden. . . 1 9,00v 

Wyaluaing i Kendall N W , I 



50,000 
50 000 
5O,0fi0 
100, 000 
75,000 
60,000 



AND ItJSINHSS riEECTOEY. 






Xhie Short RotJite 

/-;:?», ■•""">> 1—23 r^ZH r\ '", I ■-. e^ t»- .^ 

— rro — 

Stevens' Point, Winona, 



Grand RaBJds, LaCrossa, 

St Paul and niiineaBolis. 



Passengers taking our train No."i, leaving Green Bay 

at 6.05 A. M., arrive in St. Paul (via C, St. 

P., M. & O. Ry.) at 6.15 P. M. 



S. W. CHAT^IPICn, J. B. LAST, 

Siipei'intiiKlonl, A<is't (;eii'l I'as-.. Aaoiit, 



82 WISCONSIN STATE G±ZZTVSy.r. 

A GREAT RAILV-/A\' 



■lip f\nm"f\ Viwiv^rm i ^ 



RAILWAY COMPANY 

Uow Operates o.er 6, I 00 r.liles of Thoroughly Hquipped Rood In 

ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, NORTHERN LnCHIGAN, 
MINNESOTA, 10 v7A, MISSOURI. 

SOUTH AND NORTH DAKOTA. 

Each recurrlntr year its lines Rr« extcii'led in all Jirectir.us to itii-ct llie nece^'^iiii = . ' 
the nipidly populatin;,' .'■►•cuonj of counuy 'Vtit, Northwe-t :.nci Southwest of Chic-r- 
and tr) furnish a ir.nrkfl lur the products cf the Greatest Agricultural and Stvick ]Jfi:;::L.- 
Districts of the World. 

In IMino's it operates 317 Miles of Track, in V/isconsin 1, 635 Miles, 
in Northern i\iichinnn 96 'vliles. in Iowa 1,551 T'llos. 

in Minnesoia 1,115 lV,\r,s, in South Ds';ota !,092 Miies. 

in North Dakota 118 Miles, in Pilissouri 140 I.Iile;, 

And the end i-- not ^X't. It hns terminals in such large citii.'s as 

Chicago, Mil\v".ukee, La Crosse, 
St. Paul, Minneapoiis, [-argo, 

Sioux City, Council Bluffs, Oiinaha. 
Kansas City and St. Joseph, Ivlo. 

And along its lines tiro hundreds of Ifirge and small thrivir.rr cities, towns and villa re' 
Mauufacturin;^ interests are cultivated, and all branches of trade fiud encourairenimt. 
The liailwuy Cenipauy has a just appreciation of the vahio of its patrons, .snd ;.- 
magniliccnt earnings arc the result of the good business tact which characterizes tie 
manasenient of its atfairs. 

Tiie pfipularitv of the line is attested bv the fact tliat notwithstandinc: the stron^-cs: 
kind of competitit^n of old and new lines, t!ie ■CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & ^T. 
PAUL R.VIL^VAY con'i:H:''S to carrv the crentitr portion of nil the business between 
CHICAGO. MILWAUKi-.r,, ST. PAUL and MINXEAPOLIS. It is the best p-'' 
ronized route between CEHCAGO. COUNCIL P.LUFF.S and O^LVHA aniito a' ' 
from all points in WI.-^C(i:,^-IN, :^n:^:XLSOTA, DAKOTA and IOWA, and i'< 
KANSAS CITY AND bT. .lO-EPH LINE has taken equal rank -svilh the older lini^ 
leading to and from the Souilnvest. 

On'all its throu-h lines of travel the CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL 
KAILWAY runs the most perfectly equipped trains of 

Sleeping, Parlor and Diiiing Cars and Coaches. 

The through trains on all its lines fire sj'stematically heated by steam. No effort i3 
spared to furnish the bett accommodations for the least money, and, in addition, 
patron.; of the road are sure of courteous treatment from its employes. 

OEO, n. llKAmmii, «cn'l ra««». and TIckeJ .igfiii. 



AND UUSIKHSS Dir.aCTOr.T. 



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IS THE BEST LiFJE FROM 



cmoA^o, ST. LOUIS o^ p'lOTim 

To Ottawa, Streator, UoeUfnrd, Forreston, Sterling, Rock Falls, Savanna, Galena, 
Uiiljuqiie, Prairie du Cliieu, La Crosse, Winona, St. Paul and Minneapolis. Direct 
i-nnections for Alauitoba, Britisli Columbia, Washington, Oregun, Paget Sound, 



id all points 



NORTHWEST. 



It is the Hesl Line for all cla.-ses of travel to Mendota. Gulciburg, Burl'iU'ton, 
luokuif, OtturawA, De3 .Moiues. Chariton, >,'ebrasi;a City, Council Uluffs, Ouiaha. 
'-ir.eoln, Cheyenne, Denver, Newcastle, Deadwood and tlie Black Hills, and all princi- 
I' i! points in Nebriiska and Colorado. Direct connections for the Pacific Coast and all 



WEST. 



It is the Best Line for all clashes of travel to Quincy, Hannibal, Brookfield, 
' lelede, St. Joseph, Atchison, Leavcuworth, Kansas City, Sedalia, Denison, Galveston, 
•■■ d principal points in Missouri, Kansas, Luliau Territory, Texas, Arizona, i>!ew and 
"!d Mexico. Direct couuectious for the Paciric Coast and all points 

SOUTHWEST. 

Tickets, rates and general information concerning the Burlington Route can be 
■ ' 'ined of any railroad agent of its own or connecting lines, or by addres.-;i:;g 

^- S. EUSTIS, Gen'i Pass'r and Tkt. Agt., CHICAGO, ILL. 



WISCONSIN STATE GA2ETTESR 






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BETVVEEU 

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SEE THAT TICKETS READ 
VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. f^. 

C. A. BECK. General Manager. 

T. J. HUDSON. Traffic Manager. 

M. C. HARKHAM. Ass't Tral'ic IWanaqer. 

A. H. HANSO'J. General Passenger Agent. 



AND BUSINESS DIEHCTOEY. 85 



FjSiat 'Fs'ailJS with Pullinmi Vestiljiilctl Drawiiiir Koom Sleeiiors, 
I»;ning Cra's aiul Coaches of late-^t (il■^aL,Ml, Ix'twceii C'hiojig'O and Zvlil- 
'iVSUlkcC, and St. i'iJlt! and .y:!isi!tc;i|»oii«i. 

F;i»it TraSElS with Pullman Ycstilinlud Diawinc: Room Sleopcrs, 
DininL,' Cars and (.'on'-ius of latest dcsiun, h'.'twecn Chicago and 3iil- 
'iVnukcC, and A^^IaSiliJcI and iiulisjh. 

TlaroM^ii S*E!lljn:i5i VoiJirn'.Ied Drnwliii; E?ooEn nisd 

Tossrast siecpcrs via the >,'4^8'^^'erl!i g'aostu"- -ilffilroad 
h-twc-cn Chicago and R'ortS.acid, Ovv., and Tacoisui, ^Vasli. 

CoiSVesJiCBlt TraiSJi* to and from Eastern, Western, Xorthern and 
('entral Wisconsin iioiiits, affordinj,' unequaled service to and from li'S'aJS- 

Kcfjha, Fo6u! djs S^a<', C»srtko«^h. Aeeiiah, IrScisasJja, 
*-'5."!jj|»cxTa E'"a.'N, fr.nn ilasr<\ ESias'Icy, Wis,, an.l Sroii- 
«o«<l and £5esscja»cr, ^aich. 

For tickets, sleeping car reservations, time tables and other information, apply 
to Agents of the line, or to Ticket Agents anywhere in the United States or Canada. 

S. R. AINSLIE, Gen. Mngr., J. M. HANNAFORD. Gen. Traffic Mngr., 

Milwaukee, Wis, St, Paul, Minn. 

'I. C. BARLOW, Tratli^ Mngr., LOUIS ECKSTEIN, Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agent, 

Chicago, Illinois, Chicago, Illinois. 



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UNACOUAIL^TED V.-ITK TKS GSCGHAJH'/ CF TMS COUKTP.V. V.'ILL 0ETA!.7 
MUCH VALUABLE nJrOr.I.TATIOK FKOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OT 







«-^- ^/ >.....,.. ! \V >! EL RENO / \:«=: 

<i M i:| X I O O I T E X .t 8 V^ , ''''"7 '■ '^' ' 



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r.OGll iOLAHD KOUTk 



(Chicago, Kock Island & Pacific and Chicago, Kansas & Nebraska Rys.) 

Its main lines, branohos and pxtnnsions Trest, northwest and sonth^est; 
Include Chicagro, Joliet. Ottawa, Peoria, La Sailc, Moline, Eock Island in 
ILLINOIS— Davenport., Mnseutine, Ott,ur:iwa, Oskalooia. West Libertv, IoT:^-a 
City, Des Moines, Knoxville. Wini;er.-:et, Atlantic, Audubon, Harlan, Gurlirio 
Centre, and Council B'utls in TOWAOrinne 'jolis v.nd St. Paul in MiNl.'i"- 
SOTA— V,'atertOT3.-n and S;on;c Falls in UAKOT.A— Gallatin, Trenton, Cameron, 



aflordint' the best facilities of intercommunical ion to older States and to 
toti-ns and cities in South'Ta Nebra^=ka, Kansas, Colorado, Utah, i-cxz 
Mexico, Indian Trrritory, Ti';-,i ■., Arizona, Idalio, California, and Pacillc 
const and trans-oceanic Seaport.^. 

SOLID FAST VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAJ^3S 

Of Palace Coaches— leading all competitors in splendor of equipntent and 
luxurv of accommodation.;— run throun-h dailv betvreen CUiCiig-o and Colo- 
rado SDrlncrs, Denver and Ptioblo. Similar i:AG:TIF!CE>^T VIZSTIBULE 
TKAir;" Si::RVICE <laily ber-woen ChiCiicro aad Covmcil BlarTs (Omahai, a,.d 
botwc>:!n Chicag-o and Kansas Citv. E!e;-nnt Day Coaches, Dining- Cars, 
Reclinine- Chair Cars iFEEEt. and Palace SU-epiug- Cars. California Excur- 
sions dailv. Choice of routes to and fron-. Salt Lake City, Portland, Los 
Ang-eles, San Diepo, San Francisco, and intei-vuning- loci%Ut:es. Quick time, 
prompt connections and transfers in Union Depots. 

THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE 

Runs superbly equipped Espress Trains daily each vrnv bettreen Chicago, 
Rock Island. Atoh:son. 8t. Jo.-.euh, I.-vivenworth, Kan.-as City and. l.Imne- 
apolis and St. Paul. The Favorite Tourist Lino to '.ho si-enic resorts, and 
haatnicr and fl.shinsr trrounds of the NorthTrest. Its Vv'aterto-srn Branch 
cour.-e"s throucrh tiie most productive lands of Nortucru lo'vs-a, Soulhtvestem 
ilinuesota, and East Southern Daliota. 

THE SHORT LINE VIA SENECA AND KANKAKEE offers facilities to 
travel between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lufavette, a;id Council Elutls, St. 
Joseph, Atchison, Lt avenvrorth, Kansas City, limncapoiis, and St. Paul. 

For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired iniormation, apply to any Coupon 
Ticket OiUce in the" United States or Canada, or aadrots 



E. ST. JOH^J, 



JOHN SEBASTIAiJ, 



Chicago, III. 



r;t aiiJ l'a.-:!>. Ayiut. 



AND BUSINESS DIEECTORT. 



MPORTERS. _ JOBBERS. 

^^, S?«er, .ar;/,, , 






CUTLEEY, 

TIN PLATS, 

METALS, 

NAILS, 

HOUSE 

FURNISHING^ 

GOOES. 



^nmrn;;: 



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\> FIEE AP.'iS, 
'^"^^^ FISKINS 

,;:;;. 4 tackle, 

:; i'jMJ..SPOHTI"a 
'H-vy GOOES, 

"'r;:'~i LAMPS. 



Parties Contempkitlna the Purchase of NEW STOCKS Should NOT FAIL TO VISIT US 

BEFORE BUYING. We Offer Inducements in the Wciy of Lar^e and Complete 

Ascortments to Select from, SURPASSED BY NO ONE. 



SEE OUR IMMENSE VARIETY. - 



Hibbasd, Spencer, Bartlett & Co., 

18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 23, 30 &. 32 Lake St., CH5CAGO, ILL. 

~H GOODRICH 
'iTRAflSPOBTATiOii 
CO. 

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rsKFCONnnd niUND HAVES 
I.Y iFxcciit vatnr.hl) , fur 



For Hacitie, Milu-iiiikf.-, s!it-ho\^;in. 

Bay, Orctu B:iy, Mariii.-IIe. M.-no 



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ConnectinsnilliK.irli 'llfirnln.- Trains 
for nil Points ^^ t-.r. MlllTIi 

«D(i >oi!7inu>r, 

AXD WITH THE 

Goodrich Steamers. 

:'"'''Ti, Ke-.vauntr-e. Ahnap-.--^, Sturf;eoD 

" N'ahnia. GardeD, Fayeitt, 

-, i'-...-k-. Kle 
\>. i.<T, Ni'RTIIWEST ami XORTH 
1 urcii i~"i ou l> jar4 the St>rainers. 
Tables, etc.. to 



The Cheapest ami M.-i^t C'c 
Is via these Eteuant s-.',.: 

Frci^jht Kates very Lr>vv t.i all p res. Send for Tn 
A. W. GOODRICH, PresJenf, G. HURSON, General Traffic Manjr., JOHN SINGLETON, Ge.ieral Pass, A^cnt, 

CUICAGO. illl/.VAt'KKK. CHICAGO. 

CHICAGO Onice and Docks. Foot Mirli;r«n .\veriie. 

■MILW.AUKEE Oflioe aoJ Li'.ck=. West Water Street, between nuron Street and Grand .\ venue Bridges. 



88 



WISCOXSIN' STATE GAZETTEER 



RAILEOADS liST "WISCOXSIX, 

AND EXPRESS COMPANIES OPERATING ON THE SAME. 



A A- !V K R K— Abbottsford i Northeastern i 

Kailrcifl. ' 

C, It.'A: N Ky— Chicago. Burlington & Northern i 

Railwav. Ajiiericun' Express. 
C HI i:} -Ca.ly Mill Railwav. 

C, ?l A: St 1' Uy-ChicaKO, Jlilwankee & St 
Paul Railway. Am. and Adams Express. 

B Line— Beloit Line. I 

Ber Line— Berlin Line. | 
C V & S div— Chippewa Valley & Superior divi- 
sion. 
C & JI div— Chicago & Milwaukee division. 

D div — Dubur|Ue divi.^ion. I 

D line— DexterviUe line. I 

E br — Eatjl'.' brancii. j 
F du L br — Fund du Lae branch. 

G. N & N R R div-Goodyear, Neillsvllle i: | 

Northern Railroad division. ! 

a & McK liues-Goodyear ,i iloKenna lines. I 

La Crosse division. I 

M line-JIadisoii line. I 

Mark line -Markesan line. 1 

Men line-AI.Toi.im--,- line. j 

M Pdiv-->ii-,. I ; r -n division. ! 

M& P lii, -■■: . ■ v !'>>rtas:e line. j 

Ndiv-N !■■ ,.i .. : n. ' 

Nllne--N^•c^■.;.ul :!:■;. I 

N O line-Nt- V,- Glaius lice. i 
P line-PittsviUe line. 
Plattline— riatteviUe line. 

Portasre line. ! 

P du C div— I'rairie du Clfien division. i 

Ediv— River division. j 

R C line-Ricliland Centre lin.-. ' 
R i S \V div— Racine ^; Souihivestern division. 

S line— SluillsburKli line. I 

S C Line— Sank Ciiy lin,>. ; 

S M div— Sontbern .^liunesota division. | 

Vesper liUH. | 

V line-N'iri ipia line. i 

■\V line- Wail, -n line. | 
W'hui line- w ujneconne line. 

W V div- \Vi4v iinsiii Vallev division. i 
C, St V, ?l \ O liy-Ciiicago, St Paul, Minne- [ 

apolisct Omaha Railway. Am Expres.':. '■ 

lip,,,. >T Falls* Superoir branch. 



Abr-.As 


Ill 


CF&S 


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Edlv-i; 




iMar br 




M br-M 


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N br-N, 


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Ndiv-N 


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R f lin.- 


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Sbi 



Stillv 



■ Falls 
r bran. 



0& S \\ It} -rhiL-a^-,. it Northwestern Rail- 
ivay. Aiwrirnn ''ntt US Express. 
C br-Calunn.t hran.-h. 
C & M liii.-~Cliica-o X Milwaukee line. 
Ft H & I Lin.'-I'.Tt Howard ,V lslipi,min? line. 
Gbr- Galena l.rancli. 
Galbr-G,ilesville liran,h. 
J &.K line-,Ian.-sville A"^ l.vansville line. 
K & R line— i;eno.sli.i i Hocklord line. 
La Cr,5sso liii„. 
M div— .^ladison division. 
M line— Main line. 



M & FduL line -MilwaukeciS: Fond du Lac line. 
M & L line-Madison & Laiicast,>r line. 
M * M line— Mihvaukee i.'v; Madison line. 
N br-Nece,lah liranL-h. 
P br— Platlevill,- 'iraneli. 



R R br— r.ock River branch. 

S & P line— Sheb,3yem & Princeton line. 

W br- Woodman branch. 
C IE A: .11 Hy— Chippewa River ..t Jlenomonie 

Railway. 
D, S N A- \ «y—Duluih. South Shore & Atlan- 



tic Kailv 



' n Hay, Winona & 



G U, \V A SI !• iC I£-(r. 

St Paul I'LHilroail. C S Express. 
I.a Crosse division. 
S P br— Stevens" Point branch. 
I C K IS— Illinois Central Railroad. American 
Express. 
D br— Dod^eville branch. 
M line-Ma,lison line. 
W div— \Visc.,ii-in division. 
HI, I, S A 14" l^y-Mih^allkee. Lake Shore & 
Western Raihvay. US Express. 
Obr— Oconto branch. 
Osh br-Oshkosh branch. 
O R br Ontonagon River branch. 
Pbr-r.-ii,--r brincli. 

R br-l;l I.irdrr branch. 

TRbr-Two R.vrrs l.rancli. 
W br— Wausau braucli. 
W R br— Wolf River Branch. 
Wis R br -Wi>,-.ii,siii River Iran.dl. 
HI A- >' II It-Milnaukee & Northern Railroad. 
.-Injerif'iu E.cjjre.ts, 
A br — Appleton liranch. 
.M br— ."Jlenomonie branch. 
O br— Oconto branch. 
M, HI r A "W ltv-.Mil«aukee, Menomonee 
Falls &. Western Kailwav. Jiaerictu Express. 
HI, St 1" A S s(c HI IS y-^ .Minneapolis, St Paul 
& Sault Ste .Mane Railway. American Ex- 
pre 



Ti Jt S Line-Dulutb ,>; Superior line. 

W div— Wi<consin divi<.iou. 
St I' A I» It IJ-St Paul ,V Duluth Railroad. 

Adams Exprei^. 

G br— GraLtsburgh branch. 

W S br- West Superior brani'h. 
S Sle HI A s W Ity- Sault Ste Marie ..t South- 



Rv 



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liie 



Northern I'a 



A div- .\-.h;.l!i.l divi^i..!!. 
Chipp.-w:, division. 
Cdiv-Cliicaco lini^ion. 
E C bT-Fuu Claire branch. 
M br-Montello l.ran.di. 
M diV"."\liKwiu;,.-e division. 
Portiit^e division. 
Pdiv-Peiiok.'e division. 
RLbr-Rib Lake branch. 
St P div— Saint Paul division. 



STE.<^Ix<ISO^f^T X^IISTES 



LakeStean 

^ of St.^anier.s. 



Chtqu 



nt Liti 



Lake Supt 
Northern 

OKd.llsl.ll 



-bore Line. 

, Transportation Co. 



■ I.iiie 



Det 

Duluth .t -- lo 
Flint .V P, I ^ 
Goodrich 1 ; ,,i 
Graliani.v ."11, 
Inter Ocean T 

Lake Michigan ot Lake Superio 
Co. 



pi.rtation Lino. 

nsportation 



River Stf aniors-Jlis'.issipiil. 
Pianiond ,To Line Steamers. 
St Louis & St Paul Packet Co. 
St Paul Navigation Co. 



E. L. POLK & CO.'S 



mmm state gazetteer 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



1891=92. 



Id the following section of the work the cities, vlllnpes and postofllces of Wifcorsin are arrarced 
Ir. alphabetical onler, mid a dis-cription is tivcn of ■■aeh place, with an alphalu-tical list of all p.-rMms 
dclng busiuess therein or receiving mad at that postoffice. In all the larger places the nanus li:iv« 
i--en procured by personal canvass, but in the snialh-r they have been fumibhed bj' iiostmablers. 
Great care has been taken to insure correetoess as well 113 completeness. 



ABBOTSFOED. On tlie A. & N. E. 
C. anil N. P. H. K.'.h. in Clark County, -i:? 
miles nortbuiist of Nt-lllsville, tlie iiuliciiil 
seat and 2-^ from Colby the nearest bunk lo- 
cstion. Tel. W. U. E.\p. I'iiciflc. Popu- 
lation, 350. L. R. Rotcr, postmaster. 

.\riicrleaii House, li C Tennant 

I'ropr; Good Livery in (Connection. 

Cfilkins F M, FKilnind and ci;pres3 agent. 

ly IJev J (Methodist). 

f-!ile Kdward A, saloon. 

'•■lefson George, general store. 

M'lrdt Edwarii C, saloon. 

I'hrtridge Charles, ju.stice of peace. 

j^ilon Kugeiie, saloon. 

i'";ter Louis H, general store and saw mill. 

^'tieclar August, shoemaker. 

l^liief Ernst, barber. 

Tfiinnnt Ricliurd C, Propr Ameri- 
can liouse; Good Livery in Connection. 

> bonipson Ole B, carpenter. 

ABLEM.AN. On the C. & N. W. P.y, 
'^ ^auk county, 'Ji miles west of Bar- 
'■•00, the judicial seat and banking point. 



Armstrong JI. shoemaker. 

Bergman C, saloon. 

Duro A, saloon. 

ray A A. Co, General Store. 

Kiefer Jacob, bhicksmith. 

Langenham A blacksmith. 

Meyer F, wagonmaker. 

Pierce K M. general store. 

Iteise J, hotel. 

Itichardann E P, grain and farm impls. 

Bindlleisch JI, Hour mill. 

Scharnke G, saw and planing mil!. 

Schuette II, nn-als. 

fScliii!>lor A iV Son, General Store. 

Shulle F, hotel. 

Walton A, saw mill. 



ABHAMS. On the M. & N. R. K.. 
in Oconio county, 12 miles southwest of 
Oconto the judicial seat, and -1 from 
Green Bay. Population 180. Stage semi- 
weekly to Morgan, fare 2^> cents E.xp. 
Am. Ttl. W; U. George H. Ruseell 
postmaster. 

Basselt Charles, carpenter. 



Robert Karpsr & Sen^ 



Sq., :)lilwaiikc6. WALL l>ArEi:s. Telepho»e3i5. 



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WISCONSIN STATE GAZETTEEB 



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Coffia Thomas, hotel. 
S>ol..aiio Gcorjic W. Real Estate. 
UeLano L C, general stoie. 
f Downs Charles, mason and plasterer. 
■ Dunton A L. barber. 
g Duqnaiae S L, blacksmith. 

Lear Charles, shoemaker. 
g lIcKinley ^Mrs W A, music teacher. 
5> Meyer E, physician, 
a Parkinson W S, stoves. 
Partlow Hollie, carpenter. 
Robinson F W, justice. 
Siiis^cll Cicorjic II, General Store and 

Xntary. 
Iliissoil &, Chase, General Store. 
St John J, raiiroail, e.xp and tel act. 
•"• a Sargent Georce "'iV, farm impts. 

• 5 Sisnor E, mason. 
Z £ Vanpateen Peler B, dnit't;ist. 

, ^ ■\Viiitney F L & i^r.n, m-iieral store. 
g o WliUticy, Tinilc iV UiiUoii, Saw 
^_^ and SliliJ.cle ilill. 
IT^ . Worthing F G, gun and locksmith. 



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ACKERVILLE. On the X. div. C. 
M. kt St. P. Ry. in '\Va5bingt0n county, 
10 miles south of Wc-it liend, the judicial 
seat and liankiuij point. Population tiO. 

£py, Mail daily. 

;; Q Sclilick Georse, General Store. 



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ACORN. A country postoffice in Dane 
countj', 17 miles from Madison the county 
scat, and 11 from Midd!etou. the nearest 

^ shipping point, ilail tri-weekly. K. God- 

trii— tJ'^r'-'i postmaster. 

WZ"' r5ell Addie, music teacher. 

-'S'^ Bcreton Mary, music teacher. 

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i ,,,t ADA. In Sheboygan county, 12 miles 
northwest of Sheboygan, the judicial seat, 
banking and shipping point. Population 
00. Mail tri-weekly. 
Dexheinier Julius, carpenter. 



QJ ^- Gronkopf llerninn, blacksmith. 
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Kretsch Peter, bote 
IfSaiii't'a tA HI, General Store. 
K'lelhel Martin, school supplies. 
Sliovalenbcrg lleur}', mason. 
.•-^Ineiber Fred, meal market. 
Spiudler Jacob, cheese mnfr. 
\Vaf;iier & Co, Cheese Mnfr. 



ADAMS. A country postoffice in 
Walworth county, 12 miles north of Elk- 
UJ S horn, the county seat and u-ua! banking 
tf' I point, and ;! from Troy Centre, the nearest 
J- I rai 



Iroad .slatiii 
postmaster. 



Catherine Chaltield, 



Caitieroii James A. Farm Impts. 
Chalfijld Bros, wind mills. 
Cba'fleld Silas B, sorghum mnfr. 
Crane Miss Clara \, music teacher. 
Crane E J, farm impts. 
Nourse H E, creamery. 

ADAMS CENTRE. A postoiTice in 
Adams count}', 5 miles south of Friend- 
ship, the county seat, and 2a north of Kii- 
bourne City, the nearest railwaj' station 
and banking point. Stages semi-weekly to 
Friendship and Kiibourue City. Popula- 
tion, 2ul). Mail, semi-weekly. J. 3IoNabb, 
postmaster. 

Coon Bros, Saw, Flour and Sorghum. 
Coon P, physician. 
Coon S E, blacksmith. 
Warren N E, carpenter. 



ADAMSVILLE. On the Pccatonica 
river, in L'wa county, 14 miles southeast 
of Dodgeville, the seat of justice and bank- 
ing point, and oj miles from Ilolindale. 
the nearest shipnintr point. -Population, 
60. Mail, semi-weekly. D. E. Richards, 
postmaster. 

Argus, G G IMandt Printing Co publrs. 
Hoskius W C, blacksmith. 
Laughlin Mrs L, music te.acher. 
Eaughlin AV A, justice. 
Mundl G G Printing Co, publrs Argus. 
Iileliar<ls I* K, General Store. 
Richards .Mrs D E, music teacher. 
Skinner W A it Co, irrain and hides. 
AVade R I A: Son, flour mill. 



ADDISON. On the Wisconsin Central 
Line, in WashiDSton county, 12 miles west 
of West Bend, the county seat and nearest 
banking point. Population, 100. IMail, 
daily. 

DufTerin AVm, blickemith. 
Gundrum J, lilacksmith. 
KcUICI C. General Store. 
Sauer Anton, shoemaker. 
AYeiss S, tinner. 



' ADELL. On the M. ,t X. R. R, in 
Sheboygan county, IS miles southwest of 
Sheboygan, the cjunty seat, and 10 south 
of Plymouth, the nearest b^nkins point. 
Exp , Am. Tel.AA'. U. Population, 2-lo. 
N. Sacmann, postmaster. 

Berkenbagen AVm, livery. 
Burr E B ct Co. preserve ninfrs. 
Fourke ov: Spieker, feed mill. 
Goldammer Wm C, wavTonniaker. 






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Hackett Edward, sulooc. 

HelmiDsrer Charles, blacksmith. 

Hillgur Gottlieb, blacksmith. 

Iloelinkc W, meat market. 

ilaatel George, .shoemaker. 

Miller Henry, shoemaker. 

Publman II, hardware. 

Saciiiann Auali A: Co, General Store 

and Grain. 
Schreifer II, saloon. 
Seifert A, tinsmith. 

Weinhold Herman, harness and livery. 
White D, railroad, exp and tel aj:ent. 
Winter F D. hotel and feed mill. 
Zuengler W, furniture. 



ADSIT. A farm house postoflice in 
Dane county, 10 miles east of Madison, the 
county scat, and 3 nortli ot Deciiield, the 
Learesl .sliipping i)niat. Stages tri-Tveekly 
to Deerlield. .Mail, tri-weekly. Lewi's 
Chriatopliei', postmaster. 



AFTON. On the C. & N. W. and C. 
M. & St. P. Ry's, in Kock county, G miles 
southwest of Janesville,tlie county seat and 
nearest banking jioint. Population. 130. 
Exp., Am. Tel., W. U. K S. Waile, post- 
master. 

Brinkman Wm. creamery. 
Eldridge JMiss M M, dressmaker. 
Fish Uev J W (Baptist). 
Horton il S, shoemaker. 
Kilmer .John, justice. 
Lathrop F I), agt C A; N W Ry. 
Palmer George II, grocer. 
Stark Albert, blacksmith. 
Starr Frank P, teacher. 
Uehliug & Hodden, U^ur mill. 
Waite .Mrs R A, music teacher. 
Waite UufusS, grocer. 
Waile Miss V P, dressmaker. 



AHNArEE. A prosperous incorpor 
ated city of 1,027 inhabitants, pleasantly 
located on the shore iif Lake Michigau iii 
o.ewaunee county, 13 miles north of Ke- 
waunee, the .seat of justice, and :>5 from 
Iwo Kivers, the usual shipping point. It 
has a fine harbor, the Gnodiich line of 
Jteamers making regular calls on their 
"ips up and down the shore and contains 
a tannery, 3 grain wareliouses, a sash, dour 
and blind and funulure factors, a planing 
n»ll a bank and a live weeklv" newspaper, 
the n,cord. Tel.. W. U. The Am. and 
•-'■ ;■. Express Cos' forward all express 
matter from Green Bay and Two Kivers. 
'e.ephonp connections. Mnil, daily. I). 
*> ■ Stebbius. postmaster. 



Ahnapee House. 

Ballbeck .Mrs Mary, carpet weaver. 

Bank or .Viiiiapce, Edward Decker 

Propr, D AV Slebbins Cashier. 
Barnes u\Irs Louise, milliner. 
Barstar Charles, blacksmith. 
Barstar Wm, hulel and saloon. 
Bartran George K. physician. 
Boalt Charles G, dock agent. 
Boath Charles G, gardener. 
Boedecker Wm, propr Wisconsin House. 
Bosenberg Fred, cigar niufr. 
Bruemmer Henry, saw and flour mills. 
Cameron Ellas C. marble works. 
Capelle Celeslin, general store. 
Cepek John, saloon. 
Chapek Weu7,el. lish dealer. 
Charles Telesphore, proprietor St Charles 

Hotel. 
Cipin Bev Adelbert (Catholic',. 
Conway L J & Son, grain. 
Damas Wm, meats. 
Damas & Grassel, meats. 
Danek Anton, general store. 
Dcljen II <fc Co, furniture. 
Delloll Frederick, confectioner. 
Doyen ,1 B, drugs. 
Elliott ('tenrge W, .surveyor. 
Frieman Theodore, barber and shoemaker. 
Froemming August, general store. 
Gabowlsky I'.iiil, cheese mnfr. 
<jicrit'lte SHoiiry, General Store. 
Guml F, meals. 

Hamachek A & Co, machinists. 
Haney Bros, farm machinery. 
Henry & Vose, vessel owners. 
Hillberg .John, nursery, IJ miles s w. 
Horesovsky Jolin, nuisicai instruments. 
Hyer F, apiarist, li miles w. 
Ihlenfeld ,John, liquors. 
Kclsey M .\, tly net mnfr. 
Kelley ^Vnl U. barber. 
Ivohlbeck Frank, merchant tailor. 
Ivrueger Wm. harness and furniture. 
Kuehlman Well, painter. 
K'umhalek .lohn, furniture. 
Kwapil Frank, general store. 
Leiberg Anton, mason. 
Loseucranlz August, jeweler. 
Mcl>onald Frank, live stock. 
McDonald .1 L & Co, fi,h dealers. 
^IcDonaki .1 K, lawyer and insurance. 
McDonald Michael, lawyer. 
Matiuue Frederick, baker. 
Meltliior ifc Heinhart, lioots and shoes. 
Meunier Michael, general store. 
Jleverden & .Sou, tanners. 
Meyer Leopold, stoves anil tinware. 
Newman Samuel, horse dealer. 
Orebeck O, telegraph airent. 



K^icap, niyiauhe S St, Paul ^'^::t M and {ioriiesf 



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Palmer Swartz, apiurist. 

ParUer Maynard T, mayor. 

Parker & Decker, lawyers. 

Parsons Levi, physician. 

Paulicek Frank, saloon. 

Perlewilz H C F, physician. 

Perlewilz Bros & Utnehraer, ■wagonmkrs. 

Perry Samuel, general slore and lumber. 

Pies Frank, carpenter. 

Plenke Frederick, cheese mnfr, 3 m s w. 

Raaiz Leopold J, farm impts. 

Record, D \V Sn.bbins, publr. 

Si Charles ilotel.Teksphore Charles propr. 

Schubich Edward F. furniture. 

Stcbbiii'i I> V4', Publr Record. 

Telfs Charles, saloon. 

Teweles Jefferson, grain 

Thiard Bros, general store. 

Tiilt & Hay, hardware. 

Torge Wm. barber. 

Tweedale Edward, dairy. 

Urbanek Wenzel, saloon 

Vollraer Wm, wagonmaker. 

WaBserbarh George, shoemaker, 

Welmak Michael, blacksmith. 

Wenneger AVenzel, saloon. 

White 11 R, prin of school. 

White AVni, livery. 

Wilbur George R, photographer, 

Wisconsin House, Wm Boedecker propr. 

Zander E & Co, general store. 



ALABAMA. A village in Polk 
county, 24 miles north of tisceola JIllls, 
the county seal, and 131 south of Grants- 
burgh, the nearest railroad station. St. 
Croi.x Falls is the nearest banking point. 
Stages daily to St. Croix Falls and Grants- 
burgh. Population, 50. ilail, semi- 
weekly. J. L. Murphy postmaster. 

iTIlirpli}' Joiili I^, General Store. 
Nelson August, general store. 



ALASKA. lu Kewaunee county 51 
miles north of Kewaunee, the county 
seat, nearest shipping and banking point. 
Stages daily to Alinapec and Two PLiver«, 
fares, ."iO cents and Si. ,01) respectively. 
Population, l.jO. H. F. Pohland, post- 
master. 

Bit/an M .T. hotel. 
Borkowitz .John, carpenter. 
Buettmer John, sawmill. 
Burke John, stock farm. 
Hubbard lirey, live slock. 
L.iuscher Wm. carpenter. 
Polilaiitl II I", Justice. General Store 

anh Chtcsf Manufacturer. 
Ray Wm B, ins and ju.stice. 



ALBAN. In Portace county, 20 miles 
northeast of Stevens' Point, the county 
seat and bank location, and 11 north of 
Amherst Junction, the nearest railroad 
station. Stages semi-weekly to lola: fare, 
35 cents, and^lri-weekly to Stevens' Point; 
fare. 50 cents. Population, 75. Charles 
C. Gilbert, postmaster. 

Bigler James H, saw mill, 
Fleming & Son, saw mill. 
Gilbert Cliarle* C, Justice. 
Gilbert Charles J. general store. 
Hanson J P, justice. 
Rasmuson .lames, feed mill. 
Rosholt John G, saw mill. 
Steenson Carl, grocer. 
Bteenson Simon, feed mill. 
Tiirjieiisoil \ J, (ienera! Store. 
AVrolstad George O, saw mill. 

ALBANY. A prosperous village on 
the C. 1\L i: St. P. Ky, iu Green county, 
20 miles northeast of Monroe. Ihe judicial 
seat, and 7 northwest of Brodhead. the 
nearest banking point, and 82 from Mil- 
waukee. A weekly newspaper the I'indi- 
cator is published. Grain, llour, live ,~tock, 
cheese, butter, farm produce and tobacco 
comprise tlie .shipments, and land in the 
vincmity ranges in price from ^: 10 to s75 
per acre. Staee dailv to Attica. E^p. 
Adams. Tel.."W. U'. Population 700. 
James E. Litel, postmaster. 
Albany Cornet Band, Uarry Atherton 

leader. 
Albany Journal, A W Thorpe propr. 
Albany Opera House, Osborne & Howard 

proprs 
Albany Vindicator, E E Atherton pr<'pr. 
Annis A; Barton (John F Auuis, Wm Bar- 
ton), meat market. 
Atherton Elmer lO, propr Vindicator, 
Bartlett George W, druirgist and grocer. 
Beeuiis Heory T, insurance. 
Bcnkert A: O'Dnnncll .;Ficderick Benk- 

ert. John OT)onnell). clolhing. 
I51akeley George A, physician. 
Bongey Alfred, propr Nichols House. 
Boweu Edward W, farm impts. 
Brockway Henry. R I' and exp agt. 
Buruham Horace, lumber. 
Burns Charles W, justice. 
Central II«ii!»«'. Sanford H Flint 

Propr. (Steiulc, up;:) 
Dodge John >L leaf tobacco. 
Dorr Ebcnezer B, blacksmith. 
P^dwards ('harles, pumps, windmill^, etc. 
I'Uiit *»anl<»r«l II, Propr Central 
House, (.'■■t't' ndr. opp.) 



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The Favorite Route East 

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Francis George, shoemaker. 
Goodrich Wrn 11. photographer. 
Gravcnor Thoniiis, real estiUe. 
Gravc'uor Mrs Thomas, milliner. 
Graves & Seelj' (.Frank Graves, Elmer 

Seely). livery. 
Hahn John, shoemaker. 
Ilazleton Uriel, horsebreeder. li miles n. 
Humes & Bliss (Eugene T Humes, Albert 

W Bliss). barces.s. 
Hutson Wm, cattle breeder, 1 mile w. 
Jackson Charles U. barber. 
Jones Richard, blacksmith. 
Keef John, livery. 
Knapp W 11 & Co (Dorleska J and Eli M 

Knapp), general store. 
Larkiu O E, physician 
I,ttcl Jitiiie!< E, General Store. 
JIcAlee Brady J, restaurant. 
Mathams James, drayage. 
Math'ims W H, painter. 
Matthews Char)i;3 C. vet surgeon. 
Maynard John F, furniture. 
Minart Gerhart G, carpenter. 
Kewkirk & Smith (James >'ewkirk, James 

S Smith), blacksmitlis. 
Nichols House. Alfred Bongey propr. 



Nichols Lewis A, dentist. 

Gates & Covell i Henry Gates, AVm A 
Covell). hardware. 

Osborne ^Irs Emma W, millinery. 

Osborne & Howard i Don Osborne, Warren 
Howard), hardware. 

Perry John B, liwyer. 

Roberts George W, physician. 

Schurknmp I) G, merchant tail'T. 

Sherbundy John, hog breeder, 4 miles w. 

Smiley "Wm. stock breeder. 

Sutherland GeorL'e, gardener. 

Thorpe Ashley \V. p.'opr Albany Journal. 

Thurman George W , horse dealer. 

Tilley Bros i,Edward andSampson), wagon- 
makers. 

Tilley Christopher, cigar mnfr. 

Vanauken Bros (Benjamin and Alfred), 
horse breeders. 2^ miles w. 

Van Fatten it Turner (Ever Van Patten, 
Giles Turner), live stock. 

Walter S Cal, blacksmith. 

AVarren ifc Tomkins (Eucene F Warren, 
Charles W Tomkins). flour mill. 

Weasell Andrew A. jeweler. 

"Wesscll O it J (0.scar and Jacob), carp's. 

TVe'-terman Albert W, painter. 









SANFORD H. FLINT, Proprietor. 

This House is located oa the principal street, convenient to 

the postofflce. First-CIass Sample Rooms on the 

ground floor and every convenience 

for Commercial Men. 

FREE 'BUS RUflS lil CO[][IECTIOM WITH ALL TRAIfiS. 

Commercial Travelers and others will find this House 

the best appointed and most comfortable to stop 

at. First-Class Livery in Connection. 



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Wcbtern Stage Co, E F, L N .t F S War- 
ren proprs. 
Whitcomb .1 Martin, mu=ic teacher. 
Williams John, live stock. 



ALBION. In Dane county, 25 miles 
southt-nst of Mfidison, the county seat, and 
3 north of Ed^erton, the nearest railroad 
station and baukinc point. Stacres twice 
dai!}' to Edgertfin; fare, lo cents. Popu- 
lation, 200. " Mail, daily. S. D. Hanson, 
postmaster. 
Albion Academy and Normal Institute, D 

E Williird, prin. 
liurdick A C, carpenter. 
Rurdick Samuel, carpenter. 
Clark Suiiiucl. juslicf. 
C'olliai.s .11 A, Drugs. 
Coon Mrs A K, frrocer. 
Drake Ferdinand, blacksmith. 
Earnst liev Wm II (Baptist). 
Edwards 15, insurance. 
Green i) R, justice. 
Green R Cct Co, poultry breeders. 
Biclly C 8>, rhysicinn. 
Tontoa Lou, blacksmith. 
Webster .Jolin O, broom mnfr. 
Whitford De Florence, hotel. 
Whitford Wm, photographer. 



ALDEN. In Polk county, 9 miles 
southeast of Osceola stills, the county 
seat, 11 northwest of New Richmond, the 
nearest hankini; jioint. and 4 from Nye, 
the nearest railroad point. Slajres weekly 
lo Star l'rairi(\ Population, 130. Mail, 
weekly. A. il. Knudsen, postmaster. 
-Hang L A, blacksmith. 
liiiiKltcii A i»I, General Store. 
Knudsen Geortre. carpenter. 
Pederson (George, carpenter. 
Tcrrill M, flour mill. 



ALDERLEY. In Dodge county, 22 
miles southeast of .Tumau.tlie county si at, 
and 10 noithcnst of Oconomowoc, its ship- 
ping and banking point. Population lOd. 
Mail, daily. John D. Reid, postmaster. 
Bach ITenrv, shoemaker. 
Derse N J.'hotel. 
Douglas Andrew, general store. 
Gourlie J & J, floor mill. 
Gourlie Walter, general store. 
Gunderson &, Ilan-ion, agricultural impts. 
Hanson Amon, painter. 

ALLEN'S GROVE. On the C, M. 
A Si. P. Ry., in Wahvorlh county, l:i 
miles southwest of Elkhorn. the judicial 



seat and 6 from Clinton, the neare-^t bank- 
ing point. E.\p., Am. Population, 2W. 
Mrs. H. A. Hall, postmaster. 

BeaIsC II, blacksmith. 
Budlong C M. painter. 
Campbell Dr J H, druggist. 
Carv E M, carpenter. 
iljill "Mrs II A, Grocer. 
^McAfee C F, general store. 
McKinnev A E. builder. 
Olmstead'liev (Methoilist). 
Osgood S S. shoemaker. 
Pendletiin H C, railroad and exp agt. 
Rood C D, crain and live stock. 
Saelielt «.V Biaitcock, Meats. 
Smith E H. justice. 
Stockwell S J, wflgoumaker. 
Wllkins A, grocer. 

ALLENTON. On the Wisconsin 
Central Line, and on Roclc river, in 
Washington countj', 8 miles west of West 
Bend, the county seat and hank location. 
Population, 75. Tel., W. U. Exp., N. P. 
J. A. Christnacht, postmaster. 

Bceber Adam, liarness. 

ClBristiiat'lit J A, Hotel, Lumber and 

Town Clerk. 
Dufferin Charles, blacksmith. 
Endick it Clirislnicht, general store. 
Glotsch Wm. wagonmaker. 
Kern J B A &, Son, general store. 
Krehn Frank, meat market. 
Meister Wra, saloon, 
^loll .lohn. furniture. 
Reylinircr Bros, stave mnfrs. 
Riger Peter, live stock. 
Schen Miss Mary, milliner ami dressmkr. 
Schmidt Michael, shoemakiT. 
Weber John, railroad, e.\p and tel agent. 

ALLEN VILLE. On the M., L. S. & 
W. Ry., in Winnebago county, S miles 
north of Osldcobli, the county seat and 
nearest banking point. Population, 50. 
Exp., U. S. B. Strong, postmaster. 

Hopkins G S. cheese irinfr, 
«tiilyl<.'}' .faiiK-'i, Gem 

and lOxp agent. 
Zwingley Emil, b!acksmith. 

ALLOA. On Sprinu' creek, in Colum- 
bia county, 7i miles southwest of Portage, 
the county seat, nearest railroad station 
and banking point. Population, 30. Mail, 
tri weekly. Wm. M. Shanks, postmaster. 

niacklock .Tohn, wasionmaker. 
Douglas John, blacksmith. 



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Marshall R S, carpenter. 
Shanks Archibald, carpenter. 
Shanks Wm JI, farmer. 
Standenmayer Wm, feed mill 



ALMA. Dating it3 settlement from 
18.52, incorporated as a village in 1SG8. and 
as a city in ISSo. is situated on the east 
bank of the Mis^i.'sippi river, near the 
mouth of tlie Buffalo river in iiullalo 
countv, of which it is the judicial seat, and 
on the C. B. & N. R. R.. 30 miles north- 
west of AVinona. Minn., 300 northwest of 
Chicago, 221 northwest of Milwaukee, 80 
southeast of St. Paul. In addition to the 
usual number of special and general stores, 
blacksmith shops, etc., the citv now con- 
tains 4 churches, representing the German, 
Methodist, Lutheran, Reform and Catholic 
donominatioDs, a high school empioyiug 7 
teachers and baviug a total enroliment of 
over 500 scholars, a public bail for enter- 
tainments and meetings cupalile of seating 
700, a bank, a steum saw mill, a brewery, 
a large flouring mill and a number (i 
secret societies. A well equipped and elli- 
cient fire depaTtnienl protects llie city, and 
a weekly newspaper, the JJiifnto Vutuitt/ 
Jouriuil (Rep.), an ably edited aud populaV 
sheet, supplies the news to the people of 
Alma. Steamers run to St. Paul, St. Louis, 
La Crosse and all iutermediate points. 
Alma is a prosperous place and improv- 
ing steadily. The new court house, a tine 
and substantial building, gives evidence of 
n,^ rrogrL-Mve spirit" of the citizens. 
Wheat, lumber, live stock and dairy sup 
plies are the principal shipments. No bond- 
ed debt. Assessed valuafiou of real and 
personal properly, :f081,<;49. Population, 
M2.5. Mail, daily. Exp., Am. Tel., C. 
H. & N. J. W. De Graff, postmaster. 

-\linii liliu'Ilor, John Scbmitz Pronr. 

Alma Brewing Co, Hemrich &, Iluber 
proprs. 

Alma Cornet Band. Jacob Weinanly lender. 

Alma iflilliii;; fo, Wm Breuggeh.ios 
Pres, L P Uunuer Vice Pres, Fred Lane 
Sec, Henry Ginzkey Treas, Flour Mill. 
{Sec adc. p $7.) 

Auer John G, furniture and undertaker. 

Avery AValter C, blacksmith. 

Bataglia Jacob, harnes.^maker. 

Bearanek Joseph, saloon. 

Bernet John, general store. 

Boebme Charles .V, L'eiural store. 

Brc'ii-Kcboo-* Will, Pres Alma Mill- 
lug Co. 

"Uehler Theodore, lawyer. 



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Buffalo County Journal, Edwin F Ganz 

editor and propr. 
Biifliilo County I£epiii>likaiior, 

John Scbmitz Propr. 
Burg John jr, street comnr. 
Burgess John, lumber insp. 
Burkart Jacob, boaiding bouse. 
Busch John, real estate and ins. 
Butler Michael T, saloon. 
Carisch Jliss Anna, dressmaker. 
Commercial Hotel, Charles ><'eumeister 

prc^pr. 
Concordia Hall, Richard Kempter propr. 
Creti'y;or CiiarScs F, Livery and Sale 

Stable. (See aciv, p -jo.) 
De Gruff John W, postmaster. 
Kljoric Joliii, Cheese Factory. [See 

adv. p 0>; ) 
Ekcrn Andrew, physician. 
EUcr John C, tinsmith. 
Kvnus KdwHrd W, Mngr Alma Mill- 
ing Co. (See ndv, p 97.) 
E.xciiange Bank, capital s20,000, Hunner 

it Ginzkey proprs. 
Fuhrer Charles B, lime kiln. » 
Fuoter Christian, drayage. 
Gantenbein John, city marshal. 
Ganz Edwin F, editor and propr Buffalo 

County Journal. 
Ge.'ell Gerhard, photographer, 
Gibson John, livery. 
Granrud Ole, druggist. 
Ilallock James L, coroner. 
Hammer John, jeweler. 
H.arry Frederick, chief tire dept. 
Harry John, grocer. 
Harry it Schuldt, (John Harry, >[ax 

Schuldt), saloon. 
Helse Wm, grain and farm impts. 
Hemrich Alviu, insurance. 
Hemrich John M. saloon. 
Hemrich & Hiiber (Frederick Hemrich 

Henry Uuber), live stock. 
Herrmann Charles, shoemaker. 
Heyser Wm, boots and shoes. 
Hciolimd Nels, saloon. 
giiiUcr Stros (Gottfried and Gottlieb), 

WlK'U'sale Li<iuors. (See adr, p 9'i.) 
Ilu«'!tsrli ICro>i, (John and Joseph), 

.Mnfis Soda Water. Ginger .\le, Birch 

Beer, Egg Soda. Orange Cider, Pear 

Cider, Cream and Lemon Soda, Seltzer 

Water. 
Hunner & Ginzkey (L P Hunner Henry 

Ginzkey), proprs Exchange Bank. 
Ibach I'eler E. general store. 
Johnsi.n Count B. bl.icksmith. 
ICcinpter Ricliard R. farm impts. 
Kipp Charles I>. prin higli scnool. 
Kleiner Peter, Hour mill, 4 miles e. 

W r%ttM '"' '■ "'"' ' * Foui-lli St., Fond du I.n'-, Wis. 

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Knudson Sever N. register of deeds. 

Krueger August F, tailor. 

Kurtz John, farm impts. 

Laue Frederick, saw mill. 

Lawson W 11, railroad and exp ast. 

Lees Miss -May.asst prin high school. 

Lees Robert, county judge aud lawyer. 

Lehmann Cliristian. gunsmith. 

Loos Rev George (German Reformed) 

Luetscher George \V, slieriff. 



McXult}' Ov: Foster (Thomas Jlc^S'ully, 
Andrew Foster;, saloon. 

Mann Anton, shoemaker. 

Mash Benjamin, saloon. 

ItIa$>>a§oit K3on*e Tlic,A F Williatas 
Propr. (!See adc, opp ) 

!^Ieckienbura John, mason. 
j Meiser Michael, live stock, 9 m n e. 
I Meissner Wm, tailor. 
i Mueli Christian, duntv treasurer. 




JOHN EBERLE, 

eese Factory 



MANUFACTURER OF 

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C.F.CREUZEB, 

ALMA, WIS. 

LIVERV I S.ILE 

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HUBEB BBOTilEBS. 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

California Wines 

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ALMA, - WISCOU'SIN. 



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IISII JI.I.MFACTIHINC l«). (- aillrrriKht,, ^:l" Jlill Machinery, JliniiiB JIailiinerj, torll^s and llii:li 

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Brands of Flour: 

"LBTTLE HATG^^ST" (Patent'; 
"TOBOCGAn " (Winter Patent); 

"EXTRA STr^AiCHT" AND 

"OHOIC2 FAr.liLY" (C.B.&N.) 

ALSO OF SUPERIOR 

Graham, Rye, Buckwheat and Cornmeal. 

BUYEKS AND SPIIPPERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

GRAIN. 

Capacity of Mill, 150 Bbls per Day. 

Branch Offices at Eaii Claire, Wis. and Winona, Minn. 



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A. F. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. 

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Mueller Mrs Elizabeth, propr Union 
House. 

Mueller Mrs John, laundry. 

^lueller Valentine, cigar mnfr. 

Neumeister Charles, propr Commercial 
Hotel. 

Orlh Martin, harbor. 

Palechek llev E H (Lutheran). 

Pelunek Cliarles, saloon. 

Polin Martin, general store. 

Probst Ollimar, boat builder. 

Protz Rudciliih, furniture. 

Kabb.HS Henry, agt Diamond Joe Steam- 
boat Line. 

I'einhardt Gustav JI, farm impts. 

Kitck .Mrs H J, saloon. 

Ruben Mathias, confectioner. 

Schaettle Charles & Son (Charles and 
Erackl, general store. 

Schaettle Frank, mayor. 

Schamaun Malhias, shingle mnfr. 

Scheitz John, general store. 

Schlosstein John F, county surveyor. 

Schlumpf Jo.seph, .'^aloon. 

Schlunipf .Miss Louise, niiUiner. 

Schmidt J(jhn, county superintendent. 

I^icliiiiit^ .Soliii, Propr Alma Rlaetter 
and BuIIhIo County Itepublikaner. 

Schneiiler Frederick, meal market. 

Sclndtz Carl, mason. 

Schiiltz Charles, agt C & J ^Michael Brew- 
ing Co. 

Soliwy C'liarlos ?I, Propr Sherman 
House. 

Seller George, physician. 

Sciwert Kev \, M (Methodist). 

Seuflert Henry C, tinsmith. 

^Iieriiiiiii Sloii^c, Charles M Schwy 
I'ropr 

Smith Moses, livery. 

Steinbaur Peter, shoemaker. 

Stohn John L, caioenli-r. 

Strelow John, blacksmith. 

Stroebel Leonard J, boots and shoes. 

Sutheiby John T, dentist. 

Syverson Gudnian, druL'gitt. 

Tester John \V, city In-a^. 

Tester & Schilling (John W Tester, Sam- 
uel SchilliiiL'), hardware. 

Thompson Ole, saloon. 

Thorp Herman, saloon 

Tritsch John .V jr. hardware. 

Tritfch .[ A & Son (John A and Frank), 
general store. 

Tscharner Lul/.e, general store. 

Union Hnuse, Mrs Elizabeth Mueller 
propr. 

Vernier Mrs Anna, carpet weaver. 

Waelty Edward \[, county clerk. 

Wald Jac<J), apiarist. 4 nii'es n e. 



■Waller Fcr<Iiiiiiii<I, Stock Breeder, 

li miles n. 
Waller F& Son (Ferdinand and John), 

meat market. 
Weber John, shoemaker. 
White John H, state game warden. 
AVilke Julius, brick mnfr. 
Williniiint .4ll>ert F, Prnpr The Mas- 

sasoit House, [See adc. p 97.) 
Wirth Mrs Albertiua, milliner. 
Zeller Philip, harness and sewing mach's. 



ALMA CENTRE. On the G. B , 
yV. & St. p. 11. U., in Jackson county, V2 
miles northwest of Black Kiver Falls, the 
county seat and nearest banking point. 
Dating its settlement from JsilO, it now 
contains Catholic and .Methodist churches, 
a graded public school, 2 feed mills and a 
creamery. Stages to York and North 
Branch. It is in the midst of a good farm- 
ing section, land ranging in price from ■■<3 
to S.50 per acre. Population. 400. Tel.. 
W. U. Express, U. S. R. J. Bates, post- 
master. 

Alma Centre Creamerv Ass'n. 

Alma Centre House, !M J Miller propr. 

Andrews & Seifert, agr'l implement". 

Avery Levi S. eeneral store. 

Ilabinski Rev J (Catholic). 

Bales iCoiiert J, Drugs, Shoes and 
Notary. 

Benedict C W, conveyancer. 

Blenco Jesse, brickyard. 

Blenco Wm, mason. 

I!reakey George M. eeneral store. 

Brehkey J B, physician. 

Briuknian J J, railroad, exp and tel acent. 

Cargill W W .t Bro, irrain. 

Clia|>iiian ^Jar^lial ,1, Gen'l Store. 

Clark Charles, carpi.uter. 

Dunn A A, iipiarist. 

I'.aston .1, mcsfs. 

Foster Rev G M. (MethodisM. 

Godfrey Elisha, sorghum mnfr 

Gregnr W E. feed mill. 

Hille Cliarlei, boots and shoes. 

Kenson C W, undertaker. 

McSwane Henry, sahjon. 

Miller Hardware .V Lumber Co, J B Mil- 
ler pres, Vj a Miller sec. 

Miller Miron J, prop .Vlnia Cintre House. 

^liller'x i:\eliaiise LCaiik. 

M<>st Ji hii F, p'iini>-r. 

Peabody H A. drayman. 

Handle George, mason. 

liundle Iia. mason. 

Rcesmaii Philip, carjirnter. 

lliiiSro>c J T, llnrdware. 



Chicago & Grand Trunk % 



The Favorite Route East 

VIA NIAGARA FALLS. 



A Full Course of Lessons In PLAIN VlvNUI A>SIIIP given by Mall for ?10. 



ibers' Course 



Z O'Sullivan's Commercial Academy, 



ASHLAND, 
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Si(fcrt August, blacksmith. 

^^efert & Andrews, agr'l implemcuts. 



ALMENA. On the 'SI., St. P. & S, 
Ste. M. Hy.in Barron county, 10 miles west 
of Barron, the judicial seat and banking 
point. Population, 2.5. Exp,, American. 
A. n. Koebler, postma.ster. 

Koeblcr A II, Saw Mill. 
Sparliu S ^^', general blore. 



ALMOND. lu Portage county, 23 
miles southeast of t^teveos' Point, the 
county seat, and GJ northeast of Plainfield, 
the nearest railroad station and bankiuo; 
point. Stages daily to Plaintleld: f.ire, 25 
cents. Population, 13.). Mail, daily. John 
M. Smart, postmaster. 

Bowden J A, carringemaker. 
(Youcll irJt'Oiijc <■;, General Store. 
Felling A L, harness. 
Fisher P, hotel. 
Frost C II, physician. 
Frost F J, insurance agt. 
Guernsey A W, physician. 
liUI S J. Milliner. 



ALSTAD, Burnett county, 10 miles 
south of Grautsljurgh, the siMt of justice 
and nearest ship[)ing point. Banking 
facilities at Hush City, Minn. Mail, semi- 
weekly. J. J. Alslad, postmaster. 
Viirveseii «.V AUIatl, General Store. 
\Vjllittins J II, railroad, exp and tel agt. 



ALTDORF. In ^Vood county, :! miles 
north of Elm Lake, Its nearest shippini,' 
point, and 11 northwest of Grand Kapid.^. 
the County seat and nearest banking poijit. 
Population. 2.5. Mail, semi weekly. II. 
Sclilig, postmaster and general store. 



ALTO. In Fond du Lac count 
miles southwest of Fond du Lac, the 
'y seat, and G fnim "W'aupun, its !.,_ 
Iwnking and shipping point. Popula 
"^4. Mail, tri-weekly. lleury Oe G 
poetmaster. 



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lioon.Tohn, blacksmith. 
|>o Groiii lli'iii'}'. General Store, 
{juitman ,lohn L, wii^onmaker. 
Hagens .John II, general store, 
'iolene George, flour mill. 



. ALTONA. 

-V'ic I hist, in. 



Calumet county. 



ALTOONA. An incorporated city, in 
Eau Claire county, located on the C. bt. P. 
M. & O. Ry, the Eau Claire river and Otter 
creek, 3 miles east of Eau Claire, the seat 
of justice and nearest banking point. It 
was first settled in 1&S'3, and now contains 
good schools, a Union church, the railroad- 
machine shops and round houses, giving 
employment to a large number of men. 
grist and woolen mills, and a number of 
special and general stores. Telephone con- 
nection. Exp., Am. Tel , W. U. Pop- 
ulation, 1,000. David B. Travis, post- 
master. 

Altoona House, A C Iveniston propr. 

B:iin Andrew, dairy. 

Bain David, dair}-. 

Bain David E, dairy. 

Bannister D E, carpenter. 

Boale Wm E, ns.st supt C, St P M & O Ry. 

Bjornstad Ole E, tailor. 

Botsford Bros (.James M and Wm L), genl 

store. 
Bojle Edward, saloon. 
Brassill James K, master mechanic C St P 

M it O Hy. 
Campbell \Vm G, blacksmith. 
Craig Mrs JIarj', restaurant. 
Cross Isaac, druggist. 
Doyle House, Peter Doyle propr. 
nunphy .Jolin, saloon. 
Elliott .John B. tel agt. 
Enockson Bros (Sigword M and Charles C), 

meats. 
Ericson Charles, carpenter. 
Freeman £ A & Co (Edward A Freeman, 

Peter T Lee), general store. 
Green .John S. livery. 
Keating Stephen, mayor. 
iCeDi..5ton Albert C, propr Altoona House. 
Liirsoii Martin, carpenter. 
Ix'C Hans N, slioemnker. 
I.cnz, Michael, saloon. 
McGrourey Charles, street comur. 
Millar K.'uben, boardinij. 
Mitchell Kev Lewis A, (BaptistV 
.Morgan Mrs Mary, dressmaker. 
Price Pickling Co (Peter S and Wm T 

I'ricr), I mile s w. 
Balm August, saloon. 
Roush Isaac, woolen mills, IX miles s w. 
Scherer Fred, harness. 
Smith Oustav A, marshal. 
Snyder iV Theirer i Conrad Snyder, Christ- 
ian Theirer), confectioners. 
Spencer S .1, restaurant. 
Steen .t Woller (Wm Stccn, Utto Woller), 

meats. 
Thompson Charles B, barber. 



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Travis Onvul !J. Po=tmuster, Justice 

and Notary. 
Wescott Hv'jiaer ¥.. railroad and exp agt. 
Wilkins Edward C, boarding liouse. 

ALVERNO. A postofflce in Jlanito- 
woe county, 9 railse sontliwest of llauito- 
woc, the county seit. nearest railroad sta- 
tion and lianking point. Stages tri-xveekly 
to Manitowoc and Kiel. Populalion, 25. 
Mail tri-weeUly. 

AMBEEG. On the M. & N. R. R.in 
Marinette county, 40 miles by rail from 
Marinette, the judicial seat. Has granite 
polishing mills an('. stone cutting -works, 
and 4 granite (juarries. Population. 700. 
Exp, Am. Tel., W. U. A. H. Buckman 
postmastar. 

Aberdeen House, I Trask propr. 

Ambcrg Cornel Kami, .1 Phillips leader. 

Amberg Granile Co, ijuarries. 

Brown August, hotel. 

BiiektEiitn A £3, Notary. 

Commercial Hotel, J Underwood propr. 

Da Kelver Frank, hotel. 

Feister C, saloon. 

Hale L F. hotel. 

Hansou F A, physician. 

Harvc}' 1 W, grain. 

Ilowarth Bro.s, nmsous. 

Johnson E. railroad, express and lei agt, 

Ludington Nicholas, grain. 

9IiUU<<oii 53, Hotel 

Menominee & Marinette Co, drugs. 

Phillips Miss Bella, music teacher. 

Poraeroy T V, artist. 

Pomeroy it Scoville, restaurant. 

Quiolin, Corn & Co, dry goods. 

Quinlin Thomas, saloon. 

Boss Finley. lilacksmilh. 

Sweeny J, builder. 

Trask Isaac, propr Aberdeen House. 

Xrl|i|> &. Trask, General Store. 

Underwood John, propr Commercial Hotel. 

Welch A. barber. 

Wright Bros, geni;ral store. 

AMERY. On the M.. St. P. & S. Sle. 
31. Ky, and on Ihe Apple river in Polk 
county, IC miles southwest of (.).sceola 
Mills, the seal of juslice. A weekly new.s- 
paper, Ihe AV/ci. is published. I'.aiikatSt. 
Croix Falls. Tel, W. U. Exp. Am. 
Population, 500. G. F. Griftin, postmas- 
ter. 

Amery Shingle Mnfij Co, taw mill. 
Aii(lci>4>!i J.iirs, Livery. 
Anderson it li^'iison. grocers. 



Briggs John, saw mill 

Brown John, shremaker. 

Burman John, furniture. 

Dodce C B, editor Echo. 

DorolJiy F IS, Saw Mill. 

Echo. C B Dodi;e editor. 
I Fox D T, hotef. 

] Gagneiius &, Gabriel, general store. 
i Harriman Samuel, lumber. 
1 Hawlev Bros, restauiant. 
I Hollid'ay A II. physician. 

Holliday W H, hardware. 
I Horsefi'rd Albert, saloon. 
; Pronx Thomas, blacksmith. 
1 Bobbins W H, hotel. 
! Robinson Robert, baker. 

Schneider J IC. general store and saw mill. 

SccUiiis iSros, .Meats. 

Shaft oer J R, hotel, 

Shern Christ, saloon. 

Smith M. railroad and express agent. 

Smith i.\: De Gollier, blacksmiths. 

Swesey ifc Co. saloon. 

Thompson Wm D, livery. 

Walsworth Mrs .M, milliner. 

Webb & <;rilUii, general store. 

AMES. An Indian villaje in Wash- 
burn countv on the Namukaeon river 
aud on the N. div. of the C. St ' P. M A: 
O. By, 12 miles southeast of Hayward. 
Send mail to Veazie. 

AMHERST. First settled in l«.jO, is 
now a llourishing city in Portnire county. 
on the Wis. Central Line, and on Ihe Wau- 
paca river. 14;) miles northwest of Milwau- 
kee and 15 southeast of Stevens' Pnint, 
the seat of justice and the locatinn of Ihe 
nearest bank. It contains a planing mill. 
3 tlourins mills, 3 clunches, German Lu- 
theran, Norwegian Luiheraii, and .Mtthod- 
ist, and a school with o teachers and 150 
scholars. Wheat and potatoes are the 
principal shipments. Exp., Norlhern Pa- 
cific. Tel," W. U. Population, COO, 
Eugene Adams postmaster. 
Amherst Cornet Band, Marion V Flem- 
ing directcr. 
Anderson Andrew P. shoemaker. 
B d^ke 3I1SS .Minnie, dressmaker. 
Bakke Ole II. tailor. 
Berto & \V'ellg, restaurant. 
Bigler John H, lumber. 
l>oss Mrs Dora, photographer. 
Hrandum Christian, boots and shoes.- 
Calkins Jackson, justice. 
Central House, J W Shaw propr. 
Couch Charles, live stock. 
C-/.cskleba Theodore W, hardware. 



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Pusenbury George E, physician. 

Erwiu Mrs Ann, milliner. 

Fenton Charles N, grocer. 

Ferde Uev N, (Lutheran I 

Ferde Mrs Is, music teacher. 

Fleming Benjamin, farm impts. 

Fleming George W, lumber. 

Fowler Louia 11, barber. 

Foxen .& Murut {.J Foxen, M S Murat), 

general store. 
Fryar F Hicliard, grocer. 
Gothrup Mrs Floyd, hotel. 
Grover Peter, cattle breeder. 
Grover & lialdwin. produce. 
Guernsey Dr Augustus H, drugs. 
Guyant Albert H, saloon. 
Hawley Wm, justice of peace. 
Hein Guslav, gencrnl store. 
Holly Wm C, furniture. 
• Iverson Ole, pinning mill. 
Jackson Milling Co, F E Timian mngr. 
Johnson Ivfr, mason. 
Lysne iV, linn, general store. 
Madison ^Vm C, blacksmith. 
Mallison A; Harms (John Mallison, Charles 

Harms), livery. 
Moberg Andrew, harnessmaker. 
Xclsoii Jaiiiox J, General Store. 
Xehon Jerome, llour mill, l^ milts e. 
Nelson I^ouis. carpenter. 
Nelson Nels .J, mason. 
Olsen Isaac, farm implements. 
Peterson Peter N, farm nuxcliinery. 
Price Gustav, blacksmith. 
Hoe & Lessner, general store, 
^alscheider Michael, talosu. 
."^ands Mrs II, milliner. 
Sliaw J ^\^, propr Ceutral House. 
i^imcock3 Isaac, tinsmith. 
Sivertson Joseph, black.smlth. 
^mith Andrew J, lawyer, 
^niith George, meat market, 
^tnith Peter E, blacksmith. 
Sommera Cliristian P, general store. 
!>laik8 Edgar, drugs. 
Strong Seymour \V, hotel. 
Jj^iimmers P, general store. 
Taylor John A, railroad, eip and tel act. 
Thompson Reuben, sorghum mufr. 
liirkelson Gumltr, carjienter. 
Vance Wm, pro.lure. 
Van Cott C II. painter. 
*Vebster Enoch, justice of peace. 
^>_erachowski Jacob, grocer. 
^>e.stley Charles W, furniture. 



.AMHERST JUNCTION. A small 
^'llage at the junction of the O. B. W. & 
■ '• i'-, H. H. and the Wif-consia Central 
L.me, in Portage county, 14 miles south- 



east of Stevens' Point, the county seat and 
nearest banking point. E.xp . Am. and U. 
S. Tel., W. U. Population, 7.5. 11. John- 
son, postmaster. 

Buswell C L, railroad and express agent. 

Calkins Jackson, justice of peace. 

Cargill ^\' W it Bro. grain. 

P^abert Bros, carpenter. 

Een Charles A, Hour and feed. 

Een Mrs C A, propr Summit House. 

Hein Gustav, general store. 

Joliiisoii H A; Soil, General Store. 

Larson L, express and telegraph agent. 

Smith Peter, 'blacksmith. 

Strong Seymour W, propr Union House. 

Summit House, Mrs C A Een propr. 

Union House, S W Strong propr. 

WerachowskI Jacob, saloon. 



AMY. On Elk Creek, in Dunn coun- 
ty, 1.5 miles southeast of iMenomonee, the 
judicial seat, 9 from Eau Claire, theneir- 
cst banking jmint, and 1^ from Elk Mound, 
its nearest shipping point. Tri-weekly 
mail stage to Elk ilound. Population, 
150. M. H. Knott, postmaster. 

Brackett Abram, blacksmith. 
Brown Heury. dairy. 
Knott 3S "H, General Store. 
Langdell Horace, justice of peace. 
Lee R R, budder. 
Wilson Wm, tlour mill. 



ANCHORAGE. A po.stofflce on 
Waumandee river, a water power stream 
in Buffalo county, 12 miles southeast of 
Alma, the county seat and bank location. 
and t) from Cochrane, the nearest railroad 
station. Population, .50. .'^lail, tri-week- 
\y. Thomas Heury, postmaster. 

Von AVald Christoiiher, blacksmith. 

ANDERSON. A postoffice in Grant 
county, on tlie C. & N. W. Ky, 21 miles 
by rail norttiwrst of Lancaster, the judicial 
seat, and 7 from Fennimdre, the nearest 
bank location. JIail, daily. 

ANGELICA. A post village in Sha- 
wano county, l'^ miles southe.ist of Sha- 
wano, the county seat, and I'Z from Sey- 
mour, the Ufare^t railroad .station and 
banking point. Population, 150. Mail, 
tii-weekly. 

B■'!^llt•r Biros, General Store. 
McMiiien Bros, general store. 



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The Favorite Route East 

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- S ANIWA. On the JM., L. S. & W. Ry, 

j^ >■ in Shawano count}-, i'j miles northwest of 

"S ^ Shawano, the county seat, and 10 from 

.2 ^ Antigo, the nt-arost banking point. Popu- 

^ * lation, y.JO, Tel., W. U. Exp., Adams. 

O if F. "\V. Asher, po.stmaster. 

O H 

•—I "^ Adams C, railroad, express and tel agent. 
W , Aniwa ^Infi: Co. vtneer ranfrs. 

, A*lier V W, Fruit.s and Cigars. 
gj ^ I5:ill H &, S, general store. 
TV] ~ i;.^uer .biseph, saloon. 
S t Lewis Dr, drujs. 
Zi Z I'llclicr .1 A, h.UcI. 
^ ■/: Jtiippenthal .) P, genei-al store. 
?i fl St IV'lers Charles, saloon. 
ri « Sherry Henry, saw mill. 
g^ » Waits J N. gineral store. 
" Wassman W'm. meats. 
• g Ziegelman F K, saloon. 

W a 

ANNATON. On Big Piatt river, in 
n Grant couiily, Ix.' miles uorthc ist ol Lan- 
•^ caster, Ihe county seat and banking point, 
\JJ and G west of Livlng.ston, the nearest rail- 
#^N road Station. Stages triweekly to Livings- 
\iJ ton: fare, .30 cents. Population, oUO. 
■ «.M Mail, tri-weekly. G. H. Goldmanu, post- 
master. 
Goldiiinii George II, Blacksmith and 

Tobacco. 
Henderson .V T, pliysirian. 
Sheel Charles, Hour mill. 

ANNSBURGTI. In Dunn county, 
30 mika north of Menomonee, the judicial 
.seat, and l;i from Wheeler, tlie nearest 
rail aiiproacli. JIail, by special supply. 
It. W. Schcare postmaster, Geneial Store 
and Cheese Factory. 

ANTHONY. In Eau Claire county. 
1.5 miles fri'iii K;»n Chire, the countj* seat 
and !S from .Miuidovi, the nean-st rail ap- 
proach, and banking jiojut. Population, 
5. Mail, weekly. C. O. Durgess, post- 
master and general store. 

ANTIGO. The judicial seat of Lang- 
lade county, is located on Spring brook, 
and on the M , L. S & W. Uy, COT miles 
northwest of Mdwankee. It was first set- 
tled in 1870, was incorporated as a city in 
l^s.5, and now contains Baptist, Catliolic 
Congregational and Methodist churches. 



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gnod hotels, a foundry and machine sli 
a furniture factory, planing and saw c; 
a broom handle factory, a high and C v, 
schools, and 4 weekly newspapers. ■ 
JS'etr^ Item, the R. i.n'jlC'.in the Si„:cU:l 
the Htrold (German). It is tlie center '.•! 
fine farming and lumbering section, :. 
grain, live stock, hard atid s^.^ft lumber 
shipped. Population, 5,000. E.\p., U. ■ 
Tel., W. U. AY. H. Blimi, postmaster. 
Adkins Charles G. general store. 
Albers Bros (.John F and Wra W), dru; 
AUerton Mrs Bay, dressmaker. 
Allerton O H P," general store. 
Anderson Andrew L, saloon. 
Anderson N tt Son (Xels and Andrew V. 

general store. 
Antigo Edison Light Co (capital $2.i,C( 

Louis Lnsk pres .1 H Trever sec. 
Aiitl^o licrold (German AVeekly), }'. 
ward Goebel Propr, 'Ah ave. East S:.' 
(Sec adi; ■}) 100.) 
Antieo Hospital, Doyle & StetTen prop: 
Aiiligio Uepiililicaii (Weekly). J v 
A Ogden Pub, Superior. (.Vte ade.}'' !'-■ 
Aulik John, blacksmith. 
Uncoil A; !1iii!liir<l (\Iiitou L Bac 
Frank A.Miliard). Bottlers. 7th ave. 
Bank of Antigo (capital, s-.'r),OuOl. A Su'. 

day pres, Amos Baun\ cash. 
Beadie Rev .J B (Methodist). 
Becker PetT, saloon. 
Below I^linna .1, tailor. 
Beltzel Mrs Theresa, notions. ^ 

Berard Disty, salo )n. } 

Berner Wm, saloon. ' 

Bijou Opera House, W C .Jones propr" 
Binder is, Sclilundt (CJharles Binder, ■ 

man F ScUlundt), saloim. 
BiscliolT Henry, shoemaker. 
P.linn Wm H, postmaster and jeweler. 
Boklt Henry, cigar mnfr. 
Boll &, Nowolny (Anthony M Bol 

ton J Nowotny), cigar lunfrs. 
Borgman Henry G, insurance. 
Brace AVillis B, notions. 
Braua Frank, jeweler. 
Brcnnan Meit, barber. 
Brennig Georce. brewers' agent. 
Dro-lerhaus it Welter, general store 
Brown Andrew J. excelsior mnfr. 
Brown liiv M L (Baptist). 
Bucknani Israel E shoes. 
Bu-TL'er Seli:islian. confectioner. 
Ouii>e lai'nry C, Propr Comraerc 

Hotel. {Scf.a.ir. p 105.) 
Burdick Christopher G, blacksmith. 
Ccnlral ESotel, .lohn .1 Springer Proi 
olh ave. (.i'tv adv, p 107.) 



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Choice Farm and Timber Land. 

AJMT8CO, WlSCOf^OSn. 

Money Loaned on Real Estate Security 

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AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. lOo 



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ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. 

Tuxes Paid lor Xun-ICc-sideiitN. 

A^STECO, - - V/ISCOr\3GEr], 



Z3:. C- 23TTX3:SE, IFrcprietor. 



THE ONLY 

First-Class $Lr5t)a Day House 

IN THE CI TV. 

Sample Room in Cor^NECTiorsj. 

GOOD STABLING. 
AMTIGO, - V/ISCOWSIS^. 



wii-coKsiN" statt: gazetteer 



THK VIVIAN 

J. C. SPENCER, Propr. 



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RATES, $2. PER DAY. 



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The Oldest and Largest Newspaper in 
Langlade County. 

Al>yEUTISIN(; RATES MOKKIIA IIO. Siilisrriptiou S1.5U per Annum 

JOHN A. OGDEN. 

tDtliti,)!' 3i"i<i l^roprietor. 



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W. B. JOHNS, Proprietor. 



MANUfAC'TUl'Lr;K OF AND DKALKR IN 

Shingle Macliincs, Saw Slii'rpouer anil Joiner (.'onibined. Steam Engines 

Saw and Utist Jlill 'laeliinory, 'I'liresJiin:^ Ma«»WiH"*, IMows, 

Feed Cutters, Horse Towers, Etc. 

Repairs of all kinds will receive strict attention and satisfaction guaranteed. 



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The Favorite Route East 

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Challoner Albert M. carjientLT. 

tilj Ph'iiiim Mill, Fred Hermann, 

Prupr. Siipermr. (S< ndv. p 109.) 
Cancy James E, architect. 
CoIHds & Kestl}- (Jeremiah Collias, John 

^I Kestly) saloou. 
Colton Edward R. lawyer and coroner. 
Coinnicrciul Hotel, Henry C Buhse, 

Propr, oth ave. (^'ft adr, ji 105 ] 
Coonan Richard, shoemaUer. 
Da'.lmann Albert, blacksmith. 
Uiica L D it Co (Leon D Dana, Frank 

Kelly) jewelers. 
Dawley John H, physician. 
Dawley Walter H, insurance. 
Dsane C Wei den, lawyer. 
Dclcglitc Friiiik \, Samuel E Leslie 

Mngr, Real Estate and Loans, Superior. 

(See adr, p IO4.) 
Dorr Benjamin F, surveyor. 
Doyle Jame.s F, city physician. 
Dnyle & Stcffen (James K D lyle, I^'DPiius 

Steffen), prcprs Aiitigo Hospital. 
Duchac Josejih, city assessor. 
Uiit'linc A; UciiNlick (Joseph 

Duchac, John Beuisufck), Heal Estate 

and Stirveyors, Clermont. (&« nd>-, p 

109.) 
Ediek D B, cnnnty surveyor. 



Erni Gottlieb, grocer. 

Ferguson ILjnry L. confectioner. 

Ferguson Lillian, millinery. 

Fmucane Frank J, ci;y attorney. 

FreiLiurger Leonard, wagonmaker. 

Friedeman Bros (Herbert A and Ernest H). 
bakers. 

Gocbcl Edward, Propr Herold (See 
udv, p 109.) 

Goldberg Abram, clothing. 

Goodwin Richard & Co (Richard M Good- 
win, John A Thursbyi Ijroom handles. 

Griffin Rev A W (Episcopal). 

Hale Scott, saloon. 

Hansen Peter, wagonmaker. 

Hayssen Frederick H, county clerk. 

Heath James H. barber. 

Herman, Becklinger & Herman (Gustav C 
Herman, Christ Becklinger, Julius Her- 
man) furniture. 

Elcriiiaiiii Fretl, Propr City Planing 
^Iill, Superior. [See ndn, p 109.) 

Hessel A.' Leykom (John Hessel, Charles S 
Leykom) hardware. 

Holfman .ioseph, saloon. 

Hfwland H O, railroad atrent. 

Iloxie A; .llolloi- (John C Hoxie, 
Edniond N Jlellor), Lumber Mufrs, 
Superior. iSff adr. v lf':> .) 



J. H. TREVER, 

ATTORSEI-AT-LAlf 

LOAMS, 

Insurance and Collections. 



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C. S. LEYKOJI. II. C. HUMl'llREY, 

rrciidLDt. Cashier. 

ESTABLISHED ISS2. 
INCORPORATED I S8S. 

Langlade County Bank 

CAPITAL, $30,000. 

SURPLUS. $3,000. 

Collections at lowest ratt-s and ri-inittanoe made 
t'n day of paynaent. 

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CENTRAL HOTEL 

J. J. SPRINGER, Proprietor. 

ISates, $1.50 per :Da3r. 

T lji« Hotel has just been completed, and it is furnished throughout with new and elegant 

furniture, etc. It affiinU accommodations equal to any other hotel in the 

city. It is conveniently located within one block of the dupot, 

and in full view of the business part of the city. 



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Hudson HcDry L, saloim. 

Ilumplircy SI Claj, Cashier Lang 

dale County Bank. 5th ave. 
HutcbinfOD Wm W, real estate. 
Jensen Jens L. meat market. 
Jewell Hollis N. seTrins machines. 
Johns Win B, Propr Pioneer Iron 

Works, i&c ad-: v 106.) 
Jones liro5(Wm H and xVrthur W), meats. 
Jones Walter C. propr Bijou Opera House. 
Judson Fenton E, dentist. 
Kaplanck Gabriel, citrar mnfr. 
Kaplantk .Jacob, cigar mnfr. 
Karel Joseph B W, "tailor. 
Keeble John L. baker. 
KeHojrs TIioinn<i l>. Lumber 2Hnfr, 

Supeiiiir. (Sc adi: p i'/.J ) 
Kempf Gciirije, bottler. 
Kennedy Wm, lawyer. 
Ketcbam Uev Henry (Cnn!Tre.c;a;ional). 
Klessic Otto, brewers' aeeut. 
Koch Mrs L. dressmaker. 
Koebke KicharJ, exp and tel r.fjent. 
Koelzer Peter J. flour and fetd" 
Kohl &Tollel"son (Herman A Kohl, Anton 

M Tollef-^on) hardware. 
Kolea A & Co (Albert Koles, Isadore Coik) 

saloon. 
Kricr Wm, saloon. 
Krom Meyer, dry goods. 
La Londu IMward, city cleric. 
L.iiii;;la<ic Coimtj- Uiiiik (Capital, 

?;30,00() ; Surplus, .s:',.liOO) C S Leykom 

Pros, II C HurapUrey Cash, 5lh ave. 

(.Set' (tdv. p 107. ) 
Liniiglside County Spcoinl, J H 

Mentiiig Propr, .jih ave, Ka»t Side. (See 

adv, opp.) 
TiHrxelvvc Cliarlcs II, Couuty 

Treasurer, Court House. 
Larzelerc IClton C. livery. 
Latia Gcore:e \V, lawyer. 
Laughlin iV Kellv (John J Laughlin, Pat- 
rick F K'llly) lihioksiiiith.^. 
Lie»>lic *<:uiMic! 50, Mngr F A Delcglise. 
Levy Kate J, niilliuer. 
Ivewis J C Co The (capital, ;?20,000), 

Edward Clcary pres, J C Lewis sec, 

hardware. 
Loomis John B, abstracts. 
Lower M John, pliysician. 
Lusk Lewis, saw mill. 
I..yn<>ii 'B'honiU'i, Lawyer, 5th ave. 
M(^noiiHld (.'buries B, general store. 
nicEIalo iV l>rc<i<(eii (.lohn JIcHale, 

Henry Hiesson), Saloon, ."^th ave. 
JIahoney I) J & Co (Daniel J Mahoney, 

Hichard K Paine), books. 
Maloney Bros (John and Martin H), saloon. 
Manthey Frederick E, tailor. 



I -Mamies Louis, saloon. 
I ^Martin John E, lawyer, 

Meagher Edward, carperuer. 

IfEcnIini; John EI, Publisher Langlade 
County Special, (.^tv adi\ -^pp.) 
1 ?Iej-er' Frodt'rick C, Meat .'Market. 
I otli ave. (See izdi>, opp ) 
i Jlichaelson Andrew, tlour and feed. 
I Jlillard Albert M, Real Estate and 
j Abstracts, Superior. (.^Vc rtcfr, p 105.\ 

Millard Bros (Paul J and Arthur B), proprs 
Weekly News Item. 

Jliller George W, 2d-hand store. 

Mills Henry V, dentist. 
I Morgan Wm S, photographer. 
I Morri? Anthony H, real estate. 
I Neff EJgar, general s'ore. 

XefE Mrs Mary, general store. 

Nelson John, blacksmith. 

Neuman Simon, clotliing. 

Nordman Edward, county supt. 

Norton ic Hunter (Walter O'Norton. Ed- 
v.-a'd Hunter), saloon. 

Nye Ella, niilliuer. 

O'^Mlen Jolin A, Publr Republican. 

(.Sv,,,^., in,;,) 
O'liara John, city supt schools. 
OlaisltMl I>ols>tiii><S, Keal Estate ami 

Justice, Clermont. 
Otto Mrs Herman, dressmaker. 
Pardee A Day, veterimry surgeon. 
Pardee Wm H. general store. 
Perry (n'orje P. livery. 
Petersen '^Vni C, Real E^^tate, Insur- 
ance, Commission Agent for Cigars and 

Liquors, 5tli ave. 
Petlcrs Charles H. veterinary. 
Plieln* John C, i;.'--taurant, .5th ave. 
Pick SiuiMi,. general store. 
Pioneer Iron Works, W B Johns 

Propr. (.S'tf (!(/('. p IOC. ) 
Porter James H. city assessor. 
Randall Frank D i'Co (Frnnk D Randall, 

John A Ogden), photocraphers. 
Remington Charles W, physician. 
Rice Arthur D, justice of peace. 
Ricbter Otto, shoemaker, 
Ringsmulh .loseph, shoemaker. 
Ripsom Joseph B. wagonmaker. 
Ross tt Frick (Munson M Ross, Henry J 

Frick), hardware. 
Rudolph .luilus A, grocer. 
Sanvidge Thomas, meats. 
Schintz George L, district attorney. 
Schintz it Hogan. (George L Schintz. 

Tiiomas W Hogan. 1 lawyers. 
Schmitz it Friders (Thomas Schmitz, John 

Fridersl, saloon. 
Schutz George J, druggist. 
Sbadick Oliver, livery. 



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JOS. DUCHAC, Dep. Co. Surveyor 



JOHN BENISHKK. 






TICKKTS TO ANW FKO?I ALL PAUTS OF ETUOPK. 

Taxes Paid for Nnn-Resi-ipnt^, and Protect I-inds frnni Trpppa?s. Farming Land.s.— M'e have a 
large number of choioo iracts of the lini-st Fannin^' Laiid in i^auLclade County— l>utli Improved and 
Unimproved— for ^ale ac Reasoiiabl-e Prioes and Tt-nii-;. Also a number oi dffijrauie City Lots 
Ttith or without buildiui^'s, for sale. Corre.spt-udence resi'^^cLlulIy solicited. 



AFJT8CO, WlSCOr^lSIPI. 



CO]VIBI>^E13 OFFICES OF XME 



ANTiGOl^EROL 



L0n§iSd3 COi CspOOlOL 
OFFICIAL COUNTY NEWSPAPER. 

mm H. riEf^TING, Publisher. 



lias a larpe Circulation in Lanplade and ad 
joining count]08, and is a pood advertising me- 
dium. 



ED. GOEBEL, Publisher. 

Only German Newspaper 

IN LANGLADE COUNTY. 

ANTIGQ, WISCONSIN. 

PK<;I'R1ET0H OK THE 
MANUFACTURER OF 

FLOORING, SIDIf^G, V/INDGW FRAMES, SASH, DOORS, 
HARDWOOD FINISH, SCREENS and BUILDING MATERIAL of all Kinds. 

"«C -.v%ii/ ^^..-s «j.,i.-'« v™*©'*. .^KiUk. li-is l.^'L „wCLa j-.T'^A/^; 

DEALER IN 

LIVE STOCSl. 

PROPRIETOR OF 

CITY MEAT MARKET. 




.4 BEEF and PORK PACKER 

- ANTICO, WISCONSIN. 

Base Bell ^"^ »-awn Tenms jgi,,, f,1eunierG!!nCo.r'^t.-?^o7* 

•^UOU C^UJI Outfits. 3 streel, MlUvauUoo, AVl«c..„.lu. 



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Sharpe Charles A, lime aud brick. 

bbaw George P., physician. 

Shufelt Bros {iJaorsfe O and Sbeldon)meats. 

Silber I=iaac, clotlilng. 

Sipek John, .saloon. 

Smith A D & Co, C F Smith mngr. lum- 
ber. 

Smith Ilenrv, register of deeds. 

Smith ct Yentz (Joseph Smith, Wm F 
Yentz.i, meals. 

Smolk James K, barber. 

Suow Joseph, restaurant. 

Spencer House. Beniimin Spencer propr. 

S|»C!icer James C, Propr The Vivian, 
(Sicadv, p JOG.) 

Spring lirook House, Teipner Erosproprs. 

SljriiiKfr ^olin J, Propr Central 
Hotel, .:i:h uve. {.?'•'« c/i', p 107.) 

Stacy \Vm H, i-eneral alore. 

Steber James, saloon. 

SteHen Ignatius D, mayor and puysician. 

Slrasser Leopold, general store. 

Strong Louis K, real estate. 

Takkcn IJev \Vm (Catholic). 

Taylor Mrs Oscar, notions. 

Ttipucr F.ros, (Charles and Julius) proprs 
Spring Brook House. 

Thompson Charles H, barlier. 

Thompson .Mrs C 11. notions. 

TobollCharle-i, laundry. 

Trevor ^«!i!i S3. Lawyer, Loans, In- 
surance and Collections, olh ave. (."^ci; 
adi-, p 1(17.) 

Ullman J & Co. (Joseph, Gabe and Louis 
Ullinaii), sale stable. 

Ulrirh Unslav, tailor. 

Vivian TSio, James C Spencer Propr. 
(i^c ()(/(', /) luC.) 

Voelkel Frank, meats. 

Vv^ahl Louis, nie.as. 

Wilis J,.-.ri>li, ,L'rocer 

'."i:!!!!!!!!-;*'!' S'tusiU, Saloou. .1th ave. 

\1iir»riilioui!'.<> sa, Clerk, Circuit Court. 

Waste Eli, county jmlge. 

Waste Lee. stationer. 

"SVaste Mrs Lee, milliner. 

Weed Jamis 11, -iv mill. 
' Wei'Ulj \<-\v:» tloiii,' Millard Bros 
I'ubirs, Sui'erior. 

We^e Fred, shoemaker. 

While \Vm F, lawyer. 
Williams George C, restaurant. 

Wines John W, pianos. 
Wirrer Joseph, geueral store. 

W undcrlich George, sheriff. 
Yep Lee, laundry. 

APPLE CREEK. A postonice in 
Outagamie county, 5 miles northeast of 
Appleton, the county scat, nearest banking 



and shipping point. Population, Pi 

Mail, tri-Tceekiy. C. IL Sanborn, post 

master. 

Decostes P G. wagon maker. 

Gerlsch A. cheese mnfr. 

Saiidborn € B8, General Store. 

Scheibe Herman, blacksmith. 

APPLE RIVER. A postoffice in 
Polk county, CO miles northeast of Osceo- 
la Mills, the county seat, 7 from Amery, 
the nearest railroad station, and 18 from 
St. Croix Fails, the neiircst banking point. 
Stages semi-wtekl}- to St. Croix Falls and 
Turtle Lake. Population, 05. Mail, semi- 
weekly. ^Mathilda Carlson, postmaster. 

Durban T, blacksmith. 
Cai'Jsoii 6^ A, Justice. 
Newman Francis, justice. 

APPLETON. The jsidicial seat of 
Outngamie county, is a prosperous and 
rapidly increasing city, located in the 
south central portion of the county, on the 
Lake Superior br. of the C. & N. W. liy, 
on the JI., L. S. & W. l!v. and on the 
Appleton br. of the M. A-. X. U. R., 1S."> 
miles north of Chicago, anil 100 northwest 
of Milwaukee. It is on the grand chute 
of Fox river, and the vast body of wattr 
passing through here from Lake Winneba- 
go is said to be over IG.O:)') horse power. 
To utilize which dams and canals have 
been con^-tructed at all the rapids on the 
river. Tlie canal is under the control of 
U. S. government, and large steamboafs 
can pass from Green Bay to Lake Winne- 
bago. The growth of Appleton, which 
lias now become one of (lie most import 
ant manufacturing points in the State, has 
been due. in a great measure, to this vast 
natural power. Fo.\ River has .^0 feet fall 
within the city limits. Among (he more 
prominent manufactories aie paper and 
pulp mills, woolen, and planing mills, 
sasli, door aud blind factories, a hub and 
spoke factory, 2 towel faclories, 2 brewer- 
ies, large lime kilns, foumirits and ma- 
chine sliops. toy and ehair factories, 2 farm 
implement factories, iron works, novelty 
works, a grain elevator, etc., a large chem- 
ical pulp mi;] is in course of construction. 
The cily has broad and well paved streets, 
is lighted by gas aud electricity, has au 
electric street railway, the Holly system 
of water works, a well equipped and clii- 
cient fire department, telephone exchange, 
2 banks, llrst-class hotels, the Lawrence 
universitv, good schools, and churches of 






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SITUATED IN THE BEAUTIFUL CITY OF 

APPLETON, WIS. 

Three Regislar t'oiirsc* — 

Ancient Classical, Scientific, 
and R^odern Classical. 

PREPARATORY INSTRUCTION LEADING TO THESE COURSES. 

Academic Course for those who have not the time 
for a full Coliege Couise. 

A Itlii.sical niid IjiU'rarj t'onr^e— 

Piano or Organ, 

LEADING TO THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF MUSIC. 



SBY HALL, 

FOR LADY STUDENTS, 



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t Provided with every Modern Convenience. Accommodates Sixty 

I Students. The Lady Teachers have immediate 

i Supervision of the Hall. 

I ExHiiiiiiiitM>ii<> Tor entrance Tuesduy, .Sept. 10. 

I FALL TERM BEGINS V/EDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 

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I For Catalogue or further iiiforrantion adclres.-i tlie Frc-sident, 

! REV. C. W. GALLAGHER. 



11- wiii:oNsiN sTATi: gaz::tteee 

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E. C. GOFF, PresidoDt. J. H. W'HORTON, Vice-Presideut. }{. G. FP-EEMAN', Casliier. 

APPLETOrJ, wiscorjsii^. 

CAPITAL, $150,000. SURPLUS, $30,000. 



UbiSii^iUS i^UliiUnv^ iJU^iii'J^O llUiiHtibiijiit 
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO COLLECTIONS. 

NEW VUICK COItieESPONOICNT, riicmloal Nntloiial Slai-.k. 

C»1H'A«.0 <<USUESPOM»Ii>'r, i.-|r>.t .National Hank. 

aDlZ^ECTOSiS : 

W. G. WnOHTO.N'. J. D. WITTER. PHII.KTUS SAWYER. 

D. HA.MMF;r.. S. K. WAMEOLIi. E. C. GOFF. 

J. McN.AUGHTON. J. It. WIIORTOX. A. (lAI.I'l.S'. 

HAVE FOK SALE OH LEASE, OVEIl 

Manufacturers and others seekini; Sites will note that rates ar.; cheaper than such powers are 

offered anywhere in tlie Ur.ited States, and that they are unequalled anywhere in the 

world for steadiness of head in drouth or Hood, and are all connected with 

two or three lines of competing railroads. 

For riitts ami purticuliux, addre^.s 

SECr.F.TAUY AND TREA.SURER 

Green Bay & Mississippi Canal Co. 

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the leading religious deiiomiuations. The 
press is represented by the Po^f. issued 
iliily and weekly, the Crescent, the Voik.i- 
triunil. the Gagerurnrt, the Xachrichtfii. 
aud the Wtcker, issued weekly. The city 
is rapidly exteDding, numerous buiUlinss 
are being erected, both in busine.-s and 
residence portions of the city, the price of 
real estate is steadily advancing, aud the 
future outlook for Appleton is all that 
couid be desired even b_v ils most singuiue 
well v,-isher3. Population, 13.000. Tel., 
W. U. Exp , Am. and U. S. James 
liyan, postmaster. 

Abbott Charles, dHir\man. 2 miles w. 
Adsit Frank K, in=., 731 Cnlle-reave. 
Alborty Michael, suloon, o^O Walnut. 
Alexander Mrs llatlie D, artist, cor (Jaeida 

aid Harris. 
.\nierichn Express Co, Georsre !McXamee 

agt, COG Oneida. 
Anderson Jof.ie, dressmaker, <)S3 Ed^vards. 
Anderson Sophia, dressmaker, bit} f^isk. 
Anderson Miss Susie E. milliner, 735 Col- 
lege ave. 
Appleton Boot ami Shoe Mufg Co (ca;iital 

•■joO.OOO), J P Buck pres, .lames Thoru 

sec, Grand Chute Inland. 
.A|>|ilct<>ii Chair Co TIh' (Capital, 

fJO.dOOi, Peter ICellenh.-feu Pi.m. II T 

Beuiis Sec, \Vm Marx Treas. S Divi-iou. 
Appleton Crescent (wecklj), Jlyau >.t Liro 

pubs, 7.)S College ave. 
Appleton Edihon Light Co, A L Smith 

I'res, Charles A ISeveridge sec, Govern- 
ment Docks. 
Appleton Electric Street Railway Co, 

Frank Kur/. sujU. 7:!7 College ave. 
-\ppleton Gaslight Co, L W L Goff. J T 

liuck props, Oneida. 
Appleton JIachiiip Co (capital s30,000) .T 

.Morgan pres F E Saecker sec. Grand 

Chule Island. 
*IM»<i'loi« :f(:iiiiiracliiriM£ C'«», "\Vm 

II Van Norlwi.-.k Pre-, .1. liu S Van Xort- 

^'iek Sec. Daviil W Starkey Treas, Farm 

Impts, Upper I'am. IS^^eudr. p 121 ) 
Apphiou Opera House, lO A Erb mngr, boS 

Ci'lleL'e ave. 
Appleton I'aptT aud Pulp Co, Wni M Van 

-Nortwickpres, G F Steele sec, Upper 

I'ani. 
•\lip'.'ton l\ist, Post Publishing Co oubs, 

-••7 ^:l'.l College ave. 
*|>|»li'loii V<»lksir<;uii(l, II W Mcv- 

er Publr, CU Morrison. 
Appleton AVater AVo.r^s, W A Underwood 

pres, ,T C Rogers, sec, M) i ( '-.Ufue ave. 
Appl.-ton Waterwi.rk,-< Co, John Hayes 

•>iPt, I .oper Dam 



I Appleton Wecker, Christian Koemer, pub- 

I ii=her, cor Oneida and JIarket. 

I Appleton Woolen Mills (capital, ^7.5,000), 

I Allen P Harwood, pres. D V N Ilar- 

i wood, sec. Grand Chute Island. 

j Artnt Nicholas, street comur, 6j- State. 

I Arent Theodore, saloon, S!o College ave. 

I Arnold ficorsc F A- Son iGeorge F 

j and Elliott), Butter, Eggs and Produce, 

I SiS AiU'letou. (See ade. 'p IJJ.) 

I Ashman ilenry G, carpenter. State nr sth. 

I Atlas Paper Co, ,1 A Kimberly, pres, F C 

j Shattuck sec. Upper Dam. 

Babb Willis :M, trus-i mufr, H3i) Drew. 
I Baer .John M, register of deeds. Court 
\ House. 
Bailey it Hose (Dwicht B Fjiley, .John II 

Pose), grocers, 8!i CoUefre ave. 
Baird lieuben S, mason, •j'-O '2 ! ave. 
Baker Archibald II, i^wcler, o^ f Oneida. 
Baldwin & Killen (George Baldwin, Wm 
H Killen). pine lands. 750 College ave. 
Barker .Tames lil, civil engineer, cor od 

and Cherry. 
Barnes Lj'man, lawyer, 784 College ave. 
Borrow A^a A, carpenter, cor Hancock 

aud Oneida. 
Barteau Morris F, tljur and feed, IOj'j 

College ave. 
Birteau .Moiris U.2d hd i;oods,»i09 Oneida. 
Bartman Albert, shoes. >J',' College ave. 
Baum .John H, grocer, 435.Iohn. 
Baiuii it Guenther i loliu II Baum, Wm 

Gueuthert. llour mill, water power. 
Becker Charles, shoes, 001 College ave. 
Becker Wm F. cigars, 6IU College ave. 
Bedell .lohii W, blacksmith. 7,5.') Appleton. 
Bedessera Michael, furniture, 77t) College 

ave. 
Belding Sylvester B, carpenter, 773 Ed- 
wards. 
Bern .John, meats, 7S3 College ave. 
Berg Theodore, sewer contractor, cor 

Lawrence aud Ravine. 
SJerKiiiaii lloiiry. Importer, Manufac- 
turer and Dealer in Ciuns, Revolvers, 
Fishing Tackle and Sportsmen's Goods; 
RepairinL'a Specialty, (>i7 Appleton. 
Bergquist .Mrs Annie, dressmkr. 77'.' .Meade. 
Bernard Frank, billiards. 7^-3 Colieae uve. 
Bernard Pauline, laundry, 7,'5l Edwards. 
Beveridge Thomas T, phys, 761 Lawrence. 
]!-yer ('uar!.--i G. grocer, 806 Lawe. 
Bielenberg Henry, painter. CG3 Morrison. 
Biermanu Lizzie, dres=mkr. i'Sl Lawrence. 
Bdter Wm F, baker. 6-r'* Colleue ave. 
Bi~*ing H i\; Sons (Herman, Frank J, and 

Henry), shoes, >;i7 Culiece ave. 
Blackwood .1 E it Co i,ToMab E Blackwood, 
Amos A Webb'^ri. ice, '.i'.!6 .jth. 



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BlooJ Frederick li, coal, 74.:^ Bates. 

Boehler Henry, saloon, 04.") College ave. 

Boehra Antoa, blunksmith, I'.vJ College av. 

Boniui Louis, meats, I'Ui C"llei;e ave. 

Bosser John S, carriage trimmer, .Johnson. 

Bottensek John, la-svyer, 749 Cjlle^e ave. 

Bounds Alfred F, gardener, cor Spencer 
and Bounds. 

Boty Mrs A, gents furn, 'J03 College ave. 

Boyd Samuel, lawyer. Odd Fellows' blk. 

Bradlord Frank S, court stenographer, 
Waverly House. 

Breiltschneider Joseph, furniture, 837 Col- 
lege ave. 

Breituug Albert A, wagonmaker, 731 Ed- 
wards. 

Bfi^TK!* SJoiise, John E Chevenert 
Pro'pr. 771.; Edwards. (Sie ndv, p K'l.) 

Briggs Theodore W. ins, ^00 (College ave. 

Brill Joseph, hack line, 8-1:2 College avo. 

Drill rJSiitthcw SI, Propr Morlhwest- 
eru House. (&t ndv, p i-'-'.) 

Brooks Oicar J, notions, 774 College ave. 

Brown Michael, dairyman, cor Maple and 
Jack&on. 

Brown Thomas W, pump ranfr, water 
power. 

Buck Julius S, real est, 800 Colle:;e ave. 

Buck Silas N, dentist, 829 Colle^'e ave. 

Buruham Edwin F, meat, Ou'J Atlantic. 

Bushey John B, livery, 6:i4 Appleton. 

Canavan James V, county clerk. Court 
House. 

Capsalus Peter, confectioner, 790 College 
ave. 

Carey J B & Son (John B and Urrin B), 
livery, 687 College ave. 

Carroll" Edward J, laundry, 701 College av. 

Carter H ^V, brick mufr, Applelou Junc- 
tion. 

Champion Pulp Co, Uobert Pride mugr, 
water power, l^it ward, 

Clicvt'iierl JIoliu K. Propr Briggs 
House, 77»; Eil-.vards. (.Sr ii'io. p 121.) 

Chevenert Joseph (', saloon. 7sJ Eiiwards. 

Chicago it .N'orthweslern liailway. C B 
Morrison agent, TX> Appleton. 

Chilson ^S'nl 11, dentist, sO:5 College ave. 

Chrl.stt Andrew, saloon, li.'ilt Lake. 

Clark Orlando E, lawyer, 015 Oneida. 

Clifford Michael, dry goods, tioG College 
ave. 

Cole A Molvin, furniture, 7.')9 College ave. 

Cole Mrs Josie, dres.^nnkr, 901 f^ollegc ave. 

Cole Hev J 1.) (Mcthodist'i, 7:.'tj Union. 

Cole Lewis, jiaiuter, rear (124 College ave. 

Comerford i.t McGillan (Win Comerford, 
Frank MeC.illan). livery, •'.'.il Appleton. 

Commercial Uou^e, John J Voung propr, 
s49 College ave. 



Coiiiiiierciai \i)li<i:i:il tiaiik, (Car 

ital. sl.50,U00; Surplus, s:jO,000), E C 

Goff Pres. John H Whorton Vice-Pres. 

Hiram G Freeman Cash, .'^01 College ave. 

{Sti ud>\ p 112 ) 
Conkey A H & Son (Asa H and Percy iL, 

insurance, 804 College ave. 
Conkey Walter L, demist. 800 College ave. 
Conlon Uicbard, slieritl. S4J College ave. 
iJoiiwuy J<i2)n, Propr Sherman Hou^e. 

Oneida cor Eawards. 
Cook J H & Co (Jacob H and Henry \V 

Cook), drugs, 584 Oneida. 
Cotter & Barry (Jajnes W Colter. David 

\\" Barry), coal 10".s Colleire ave. 
Coltril! Witigl. Propr Wftverlv House 
Coulter Mrs 11 B, dressmkr. l.;30'Durkee. 
C'riiincr ii'r«>r BYanlt, Sec Lawrecct 

L'niversity. College ave. 
Crescent S?oiise. Theodore H Woeh- 

ler I'ropr, 0!^.5 Appleton. 
Critchett Justin H, act M .t N R P. 
Croswel! JIack H, mngr \\'i3 Tei Co. 
Culhbert Edward R I., music teacher, 

Oneida. 
Daley Mrs Hannah J, grocer, 745 College 

avenue. 
Dambruch George, bottler. 047 Pacitic. 
Davis Carrie, dressmkr, 517 CoUe'.'e ave. 
Davis Evan, carpet weaver, ."iK Collei,'eave. 
I>CHll I'iiilip, Architect, 842 College 

ave. iSce niii:,p 121.) 
Decker Peter, saloon, 9G4 College ave. 
DeLaud Oliver P, business college, 7"' 

College ave. 
Dengel Adam •k, Son (Adam and John), dry 

goods, 805 Colleire ave. 
Denis Louis, saloon, 020 Morriton. 
Dickerson Harriet A, novelty works, 2u 

Ward water power. 
Dietrich Herman F, harness, 734 Collej.- 

avenue. 
Dittmer Herman, junk, corner Spring an. i 

Lawc. 
Dodd John, confctr, 8s9 College ave. 
Dorsey Aiinn,dre<isn.aker, \ix\ College ave. 
Douglas Byron, dentist, 790 College ave. 
Drown Rev Albortus A (Baptist), 821 

Superior. 
Dubois Josejih C, Baloon, Waverly HoU*e 
Duvall Wm, contractor, 940 Appleton. 
Eiu'le .Mnfg Co icHpital, sG.OOO), Rieh.i:^'- 

Miller pre.^.Wni Polifkasec, farm impt;- 

2d Ward water power. 
Earlo Xenophon, butchers' blocks, Market. 
Evert Wm, dairy, corner Jackson auu 

Fremont. 
Edwards it Orlii^^on(Xathaniel M Edward.-. 

Thomas W Orbison),civil engineers, Oi' 

Morri.son. 



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\ ' . Posts, Piling;, Railroad Ties 

V^ / and Cedar Block Pavement. 

7_ I) TLCt Tl, rough Sl.ipmcnls from Pulnts of IToduction lo 
Cfliisiimers a SinciiiUy on Low IMivori-d Pmcls. 

^ >«^r- ^ ~"~ Aipletoii Onice, Sli CoIlej?B ATenae, ipplcton. Wis. 

Branch Office, - GOULD CITY, MICH. 

C. .iL WICLLS. A. H. RUELLE. 

WELLS & RUELLE, 

812 COLLEGE AVE., APPLETON, WIS. 

r=^^pF"j Cedar Polss, Pcsis, Beilroed 

\_fbJ J Ties, Paving Blocks 

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' ^-^ CEDAR GMJr^GLES. 

^s^^m^J Contractors for Street Paveinents 

Direct Through Shipments from Points of Production to Con- 
sumers a Specialty on Low Delivered Prices. 

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Ellsworth Herbert E, ;iliy?, o-^S Oneida. 

Erb Etp.ii A, propr Appleton Opera Uouse. 

Erl> Sicrinaii, Cashier First National 
Bank, S3.5 College ave. 

Erling Mrs F. milliner, dil College ave. 

Fail baniis & Swallow (Irvin S FairbanliS. 
Cbarlcs 11 Swallow), macliinists. Grand 
Chute Island. 

Faville Ke7 John tCongregational), 782 
L'xwrence. 

Feikcr Frank E. bookbndr, 703 College av. 

Finegan Lewis II, barber, 78Q College ave. 

Fink'Wni, .^alcon, ('115 Lake. 

ri!>l XalioJinl £Jauk of Apnlotoii 
(Capital, .-^uOii.OOO ; Surr>:us, sOu/JiJUi, H 
D Smith 'Pre?, C B Clark Vice-Pres, 
Ucrman Erb Cash, bZ') College ave. 

Filzraaurice Rev "Walter (Cathoiicj. 970 
7lh. 

Flcminix A D & Co lAmircw D and John 
Fleming), towel mnfrs. Grand Chute 
iFland. 

Follett Lulher il, jeweler, 820 Collpge ave. 

Fo.«e Charles, saloon, 581 Collecc ave. 

Foster Henry A, drugs. 800 Coliege ave. 

Fountain John ifc Son (John and Wmi 
lumber, C2'J State. 

Fox Bros (Alviu J and Charles D). well 
drillers, 2d ave, near C ^S: N ^V railway. 

Fox Sii^-cr I'sipor Co (Capital, sSOO,- 
000), Uobtrt McMillen Pres, H G Free- 
man Sec, J H Wuortou Treas, 2d ward 
water power. 

Frefi!imi Jliratti fl. Cash Commer- 
cial Xational Bank, S'Jl College ave. 

Freeman ^larlin, grocer, cor Meade and 
Fisk. 

Freund Albert M, phys. 7-<8 College ave. 

Fuller Charles A. asst engineer U S Fox 
Kivcr Improvement. "I'^i (.'oUeEre ave, 

C;itlla;;iu-r !Icv < linrle*. ^V. it I>, 
Pres Lawrccci; L^iiversi!}-, t'ollege 
Campus. 

Gallagher F A Co 'Frank Gallagher, 
Frank Kifiiardson), painters >>'3S Coilege, 

Galpin's Alfred Son" (Hum'd and Alger- 
non S), hardware. 7^>2 Coilese ave 

Gardner Hev E 1' (E'resliyterian), 087 Fisk. 

Gnrvev Mary, dre£5nd;r. 087 Superior. 

Gass Frederick, t'r..ci'r, 7s7 Lulie. 

(ic','ei\wart, GegenwHrt Co pulilrs, 014 
Morrison. 

(Jens Fred .1, propr Park Hotel. 

Geusikt Blv John lEulheran",, Gui Drew. 

GiMiiania Baud, Anton Fischer leader, 
Morrison. 

Gi-rry Lumber Co, George M Miller sec, 
72;.! Superior. 

Gilletl Chailes U, civil ecL'ineer, 8-12 C(d- 



Gihnorc iieverlj T, Heal Lstat 
Loans and Insurance, T'.H Collese ave. 

(lodfirnore Julius B, srocer. 083 Coliege av. 

Goir Epiiraim C. Ileal E-tate sni 
Pres Commercial National Bank, 81.; 
CoUeee ave, 

Goo<!laii(I John. Lawver and District 
Attorney, 784 Coileie ave. 

Graf Jo.=eph, saloon, S'^i Appleton. 

Grassbertrer Paul, saloon, luOI College av. 

Graves Epliraiiii II, Veterinary Sur- 
geon and Dentist, cor Edwards and 3Lir- 
rison. 

Green Anthonv. horseshoer, 607 Appleton. 

Green Bay and :)li»!>i'.!.i!ipi Canal 
Co (Capital 5^1, 0(10, UuOi, \V'm X Van 
:Xortwick Pres, Ephraim Mariner Vice- 
Pres, A L Smith See and Treas, OIJ an i 
617 Oneida over Post OOice, i..St\- ndr. p 
11:-) 

Green James, saloon, 708 College ave. 

Greeu John F, horsesuoer, Appleton, 

GritSu Mrs Maggie, dressmkr, uSO Apple- 
ton. 

Griffin Thomas J. baker, .580 Appleton, 

Griswold Marcus P, jeweler, 770College av. 

Grotto Wm, gunsmith, 821 Colleiie avr\ 

Gurnee \Vm T, carriage trimmer, 037 M'.t- 
ri'^on. 

Hsickwortliy John, Brick and St-ne 
Coniractor and Builder, >>i S Hiver. 
,.<,^ udc. ]i IVJ.) 

Hafiier Sarah, dresfmkr, 7>i-) College ave. 

Halloran Annie, dressmkr, 774 Coi;rje av. 

Uammel I) & Co lOavi.l, Jacob' and 
Fred Ilammel, Fred Lnobi, live stock, 
634 Morrison. 

Ilancbett Bros (George and James Di, 
painters. 031 Appleton, 

Harper Bertram, meat-:, ,517 State, 

Ilarriiiian I'raiik W\ Lawver and 
Keal Estate, 10 Odd Fellows" Block. 
(Sie udc. p l^J.) 

Harrimun Fred E real e.state. Belle Aire 
Bark. 

Ilancrl UtMirj, Flour, Feed, Seeds 
and Salt, Oto App'eton. 

Ilauert & Haiion (.lacob J Ilauert, Wm 
Ilauen), hardware, 001 Cnlleire ave. 

H.awes & Little (Jen-^en A Ilawes, Charles 
S Little), drui.'s, 7iiS C'oUeire ave. 

Hawks Henry B, painter, 7u2 Appleton. 

Hayden L F, medicines, 773 Appletou 

llealli .1 \ <.V Co 'James N Heath!, 
Miitrs L'Ui^i's Tar Honey and Proprie 
tary Medicines, ^13 Pacitic. 

Hccht Henry, cabinetmkr, .'j'^4 Durkcc. 

Heckert it Tscbude (Herman Heckert. 
Cbri.'^tian T.--cliudei, shoes, 773 Colle.je 
avenue. 



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Heid J«ihn, saloon, 777 College ave. 
I3ei<! 7<JatliSas, Pres Mutncli Brewing 

Co, 701 Lake. 
Heid tt Mory (Peter Ueid, Charles W 

Hloryj, grain elevator, 70:3 Superior. 
Hein Hev~.\Iax C H, (Lutheran), 7S2 Win- 
nebago. 
Heiuemann Fred, drugs, 941 College ave. 
lleintz Lambert, saloon. 897 College ave. 
Ileuu RevLaurencius, Superior sjt .Joseph's 

Convent. 
Ililfert C. city treas, 611 Jlorrisou. 
Hiaton .ianies, saloon. 77.3 College ave. 
Hoefer F ^V, city marsiial. 
Holiniann lltnry, carpenter, 060 Bennett. 
JJssriioi" Ji>M-i>ii, -Mnfr Cooperage, 

Beer and Porlt Birreli. Appleton Water 

Power. [Si^c adv, p 133.) 
Hnniphrey lOdward P, city editor Post, 

837 College ave. 
Hurd ilissljose B, mngr W U Tel Co. 
Hyde AV'ilcome, real est, cor Superior aud 

College ave. 
Ihnow Ernst, cigarmkr, Atlantic, 
lusold Bros & Co (Arthur .J and Henry J 

lugoUi), notiou.s, 7.j1 College ave. 
.Tacob Leopold, clothing, V.yl College ave. 
Jacoby & Co (Annie Jacohy, Henry T 

Waters), cigar ninfrs. 647 Appleton. 
Janong ^Vm G, boolis, 77(J Colle!,'e ave. 
Jcnucrjahn John, shoemlir. ii;iO Appleton. 
.lensen Xels, painter, 7ol Edwards. 
Jeu.ss Adolph, marble worlis, 701) College 

ave 
Johnson Ebcn N, furngs, 788 College av. 
Johnson .Miss Frank ina, 812 College ave. 
J(lhn^ton John C, niillr. 78i College ave. 
Johnston Thomas E, mason, 847 State. 
Jones rieorge C, lawyer. 801 (College ave. 
Kamps Annie .M, uillliuer, 043 College uv. 
Iv.aini]s (jfrlmrd, haraes.i. yu C'llleu'e ave. 
Ivamp.M J H &, Co (.Fohu H Kamps), drugs, 

7!»:; College ave. 
!vanip>, 'I'lii-odore, harness, 040 College av. 
Kanipo 'I'liiin, saloon, 501 Pearl. 
Kaiioii^e Ahijah. piiys. <.ldd Fellov.-s' blU. 
ICuils Anton, grocer, ]ii|^ tjollege ave. 
Kaufinuin Mrs (.'.■'.roliue. confr, C-O Ap- 

pli-ton. 
ICaufniann John P. shoemkr. 00") Appleton. 
Kavan-iugh it ^Iiirpliy (.Myhw Kavanaugh, 

Dennis AIurph>), livery. 1(70 College ave. 
Ker Wah, laundry, (i'JJ ()neida. 
Iveets Cornelia C, grocer, OllO College ave. 
Keller Kuno F, jeweler. 8.")! College ave. 
ICelley Tlionias H, mason, 873 Diirkee. 
ICellogu: Aaron H, lawver, 781 Colle:.'e ave. 
Kellogg Howard W,"sec V M C A, .520 

Alton. 
Kennedy Wm, lawyer, 780 College ave. 



Keiiyoii \Vi!i O, Physician, Odd l''ei- 
lows' Blk. 

Kc§slcr FrniiU, Sash, Doors, Blinds, 
Glass, Screen Doors and Holdings, 1015 
College ave, 

Kettenhoffen Bros(Peter and John), saloon, 
78.J College ave. 

Kettenhofeu Frank, hardware, 789 Col- 
lege ave. 

KillKU A Whitman (Wm tl Killen, Albert 
B Whilman), real est, 7.'J0 College ave. 

Kimball 3Iary J, dressmaker, cor Washing- 
ton and Kankiu, 

Kimball Sahin C. grocer, 073 ^teade. 

Kimberly & Clark Co, J A Kimberly pres, 
C B Clark, sec. piper mnfrs, UpperDam. 

Kingsbury Frank, liari)er, ."iS.i Appleton. 

Kalahorst Philip, meats, 09'3 College ave, 

tvlein August, blksmith, 900 Colleje ave. 

Kloepfel W Ernest, hardware, SO.J College 
avenue. 

Klotscn Harv-ey F, brick mnfr, Oneida. 

Knuppl August, carpenter, .'i !0 North. 

Kober Jacob, dry goods, yo^ College ave. 

Koehue Anton, bottler, 74.) Kiclunoud. 

Koletzke Ferdinand, picture frames, 733 
Colletre ave. 

Kolitsch Fred, saloon, 1019 Collei^e ave. 

Konrad Wm W. tinsmith. 047 (_»neida. 

I\:raus Andrew, saloon, 070 Collei^e ave. 

Kreiss Oeortie .M. grocer, 744 l{iclimond. 

Ivreiss Henry, ins. Odd l-VlloA--.' bik. 

Kubits Cbaries F. tailor, 470 .Minor. 

liiicliitliaii Jolm El. .Mngr Muench 
lirewiug (Jo, 701 Laiie. 

ICunit/. John C, livery, 814 E<lwards. 

Kunze Wm. flour and feed, 023 Morri.son. 

Klirtz .•\li"re<l, Graduate Ontario Vet- 
erinary C(jllei:e, Veterinary Surgeon and 
Dentist, 02.") .M.irrison. 

Kufltr L F it Co (Jiouia F and Frederick 
W Kutler). bakers, 740 Colleu^' ave. 

Langenberg J Herman, shoes, 818 College. 

Lanscr Jolin, .-aloon, ;.j3 Aiiphtoii. 

r,awl(r John J, salnon, 0.-.3 Lake. 

I.,aivi-cii<'e l'iiivtT.«ily (Aielhodist 
KiMseopal). Rev C W Ualiaglier D D 
Pres, Prof Frank Cramer Sec. College 
ftv bet Drew and Union. (See mti', p 111.) 

Lawrence tt Co (l^ec rce A anil George H 
Lawrence), meats, 722 College ave. 

Leimer Louis, meats, O.j") Lake. 

Ijeininu'.-r Peter, carpenter. State. 

[/cmlirke Clirisiian, meats. 710 CoUecre. 

[jennon i'alrick. pumps, 01s Durkee. 

Lenz .Matilda B, dre?smkr, 0.50 Atlantic. 

Leonharilt .Mrs B.irhara, dressmkr, 632 
Appleton. 

Leonliarilt George, meats. 817 Morrison. 

Leonhardt Petef, gen store. 0'.l4 College. 



Morth Star Ironworks. ) l "|Minty,.-,ll0 1ii>n<ls-Kn:.-ln^ 
riilKII 31AM 1 in I lilN(; to. '• >lillnri:.-hU, San Hill JlHrhii 
Ashland, - - Wisconsin. \ Speeil Kogiaes, Boilers, I'oire 



lUchini^ls. Koiinders, llnileriiiuk^r-. 
. ""linini.- Ma.liiiicrj.CorllMiaadlli:--!' 
ansuilltlus .Macliliierr,etc. Seep, (j 



APP 



AND BUSINESS DIEECTOHT. 



APP 



119 



JOHN HACKWORTHY, 




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683 South River Street, 

APPLETON, - - WISCONSIN. 



J. ni-i.iiAn & CO., 



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83 and l^ailie 




- We have just onmpleteil tlip best furni-Ued 

^jTl Sale Barn in tin.- Xi.rtlnvtst, which we 

have ligliled with Electricity, and 
stock cnii be pceu as wfjl'at 
night as in daylight. 



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Leopolls, Miai\aii» «... 




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APPLETON, 



WISCONSIN, 



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WiSCO;:SI:; VE[.'ET!!,!» BLliiD CO., , . .:'.':"'':"n;"'='!v""r... 

Omca&Factorv, iSlLaLe St-.^lIL-iViVKEV, uis. L3Iu3i iiliiirCVSU .GnSlicJ! tJikiilo, 



120 



APP 



WlSCOXSiy STATS GAZETTSEK 



APP 



Lester Jobn S. set U S Exp r,, 
Lcvings Alfred H. phys, 6U Jl'TrisoQ. 
Lindemp.nu Wm. barber, 567 State. 
Loev Jojeph, baker, 0G6 Coilejre ave. 
Lohraaa August, barber, si7 College ave. 
LorenceM;\ry & Theresa, dressmkrs, 043 

College ave. 
Loth Christian, carpenter, 616 Oneida. 
Lunt Richard M, real est, cor College ave 

and Jleade. 
Lusty .Tc.hn II, cooper. .?97 Atlantic. 
Lutz Bro5 (Edward F aad Lorenz). ice. 

Maple Grove. 
Lyons Bertha, ciiarmnfr, 71-i Colleje. 
McArthtir George, towel mnfr, 2d Ward 

■water power. 
McCabe .Tiimes E, painter, State. 
McGahn Annie, dressmkr. 7-18 College. 
McGill Dinicl, harness. 033 AppSeton. 
McGillcn Mary S, music teacher, cor High 

and Elm. 
SZcKcnzic & Crawford, D ,1 Ryan 

Ai;t, Coal and V.'ood, ■>91 Appleton. 
JIcKinney Patrick, sew mach. bll) College. 
JIcNumee George, agt Am Exp Co. i 

ilahncke Charles A, physician, S^o Rich- 
mond. 
Maislein Henry L. grocer, 651 Lake. j 

JIalaun I'enj-imin L, barber, Oneida. I 

jVlalone W'm L, jeweler, bio Colleije ave. | 
Ulniin \^'iii, Saloon. 719 Appleton. j 

Manser it riennij; (.Elenry ^lanser, F J H j 
Pfennig), planing mill, 2d Ward water 
power. 
Jlarrelte Nicholas, b'Usraith, 9'JO College. I 
Marston J II it Co (.lostph H, (Juincy' D > 
and Charles L Jlariton). lime mnfrs, Go9 
Lake. 
Marston & Beveridge CJoseph H Marston | 
Charles A I>evtridi;c), spokes, Grand I 
Chute I'^land. 
Rliissoiiclt t'r.»i>fr. Saloon, W2 Col- 
lege ave. I 
Massonctt Michael J. lime. I'lOS College av | 
Ma^cr Max. jeweler, SOi Col lege .ave. j 
Meidam Dennis, florist. Oil ISnicke. | 
Jlerkel Leonhnrdi. me'ils. 72^ Appleton. 
Mcrritt Nichol.is, w::u'"noikr, '.I'M'i t'ollcce. | 
Mcrle«t A Walliifc i.Vnton .Merles. | 
John Wallacel, I'r'.iggists and Mnfrs | 
Badger State Washing Compound, 10-4':> 
College ave. 
Meyt'i- Sleiiry W, Propr Appleton 
VolUsfreund and HcMler in Pisn'-is, i 
Organs, Sewing Machines, Etc, 014 Mor- | 
rison. I 
Miller Albert C. photogr. .?1S College ave. | 
ililler Henry A. i;very. O'i'j Morrison. | 
!?III\viniUce Hoii-o. .lobn A Speaker i 
Propr, 71t)-71>^ Appiolou. ! 



iJIiwaukee, Lake Shore & Vrestt-rn Ry, 
TV'm Siiverfriend ag:. Grand Chute I;.,; 

Milwaukee & 2\orthern R R. Justia K 
Critcfaett agt. Grand Chute Island. 

^lingSarauefP, j'-istice, Odd Fellows' blk. 

ilockley Mrs M A. hair goods, sj") Coliege. 

Moeskes Gerhart T, county judtre. Court 
House. 

Monroe James, wagonmkr, 702 Appleton. 

2>Iontgomery Wm F. drugs, 7S6 College. 

Morgan Xathan E. city elk, Oil Morrison. 

Morseneier .lohn W, saloon. 624 Oneida. 

Morrison Charles B, agt C it X W Ry. 

Mory Charles, genl store, 730 College ave. 

Mory Edward F, carpnir. S&7 ^' Division. 

jlueiler Gc-orse, meats, -574 State. 

Mueiicli iJrc'wiiis <,'«>, Matthias Held 
Pres, Andrew Pick See and Treas. John 
R KueUithau mngr, 701-715 Lake, 

iluench George it Co (Georse, George jr 
and Charles iluench), bottlers, olS Wal- 
nut. 

^lunchow 'Wm, shoes, 694 College ave. 

Mund Emanuel, hides, 9^0 College ave. 

Multart Jarvis. county supt, Court House. 

Myers George H, circuit judge, 700 Law- 
rence. 

Mys Theodore, house mover. Atlantic. 

Xabbefeld Fred, shoemkr, O'JO Lake. 

Xal.befeld Henry, saloon. .".."i.5 Walniit. 

Nubbefeid ,Iohn, carpenter. 10.^0 Lorain. 

Nachnchten, Christian lioemer publr, cor 
Oneida and Market. 

Nichols Henry, plumber. 72.') Cjllege av. 

Nilschke Mary, crocer, "j50 College ave. 

N'l'rn-.an Wm, grocer. 4-'<'j Cherry. 

Xorliiwoleni IIoti*c, Matthew E 
Brill Propr, 64ii— G4S Appieton. (.?fe 
•>,i,. p l:S.) 

Obst .Minnie, cocfr, 969 College ave. 

Odd Fellows' Bloc''v, 7-17-751 Coileire ave. 

O'Kcefo Thomas .& Sons iThomas. Daniel 
ami Wm), millwrights. 451 AValnnt. 

Ostrander it Krciss (Earle Ostrander, Fred 
H KreiiS). physicians, 616 Oneida. 

P.ilnur Charles P. apiarist 473 College av. 

Palmisano Antonio, coufctr, 979 College 
avenue. 

Pardee Charles A, grocer, 7>0 Collese av. 

Pardee James H. mineral water, S31 -\Ior- 
rison. 

Park Hotel, F J Gens propr, 670 College 
avenue. 

P,irks Bros 'Albert W and Arthur S). 
g'-i'cers, 10 19 Atlantic. 

I'alU'ii l»apor <'o (Ltdi. Azel W Pat- 
ten Prts, J.-.hn McXaughton Sec and 
1 re<i=. Grand Chute Island. 

Pauiy Mrs Su^.inna, grocer, 5'-3 Walnut. 

Payer Frank, grocer. 77'J Lake. 



Cliicap S Giaod Trun^ P.j, 



Palace and Dininp; Cars 

OH ALL THROUGH TRAINS. 



Ctiicajo fi Gfand Tryol( Ry, '"iJj'itu^^H 



!/ Ri, Palace and Dinins" Cars 

ROUCH TRAINS. 



APP AND BUBINES8 DIRECTORY. APP 



121 



APPLETON MAPFACTURiNG CO. 

IMPROVED AMERICAN GRINDING MILLS, 

Badger Broadcast Seeders, Agricultural ImplerDeuts, 

Hero Mills and Powers, Chief Level Tread Power, 
App. 4-Horse Power and Hero Mill, 

Hero Feed aud Ensilage Cutters. 

Worksand Cen'I Oflice, Aiiploloii, «iK. Brnoch 0nice,2'2 S. Cnnal SI., Cliloaso, 111. 

Br^ E if^ /'='^ f^'^ P--1 if^ R R C^^ -'-"^ 
y Q i ^WiJ ^^sij <^-BS^ y| y ^^cs^ W^ <i£a»> fclsaaj 

J. E. CHENEVERT, Proprietor. 



BEST $1.50 DAY HOUSE IN THE CITY. 

Convenient to Business Center. Commercial Trade a Specialty. 
Sample Hooma. Excellent Table. 

776 Edwards Miotl, - - APIM.r.TOV. WI)«. 



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PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS 



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FUKSISIIED FOB Pllillt AM> ruiVATK I)(-lLIilKGS. 
OlDfc ill Opcrii JIoiisc IJIooli, - AI'PI^IO'IO.V, U IS( OWs: 




J. H. TOOK, 

\ BooliBinderandSlstioner 



721 College Avenue, 



BOOKS, MA&AZINES, MUSIC aiid PAMPHLETS 

BOUND TO ORDER. 

appm:to.\, wis. 



luiJiois mum 1 1 ::: 



DIRECT ROUTE 

II POINTS i 



I (lOfiTliERil mL 



ILLIIIOIS CEITPil fi, I 



Short and Direct 
Route from 



CHiCftGO, SOUTH, 



122 



APP 



WISCONSIN STATE GAZETTEER 



APP 



Peercnboom Arnold, clothing, 7-jO Colley;e 

avenue. 
Peercnboom J & Sons (Julius, ^Maurice S 

and George H), dry goods, S16 College 

avenue. 
Peotter nernian, blacksmith, 1027 College 

avenue. 
Petersen Fred jr, meats. >0i3 College ave. 
Petersen Frederick, coroner. Court House. 
Peltibone C J ik Co (Cb.iuncey J Petttboue, 

George F Peiibod.v), dry goods, S,'8 Col- 
lege aveuiie. 
Picrj'f SsiJiiijjIiroy, Lawyer and Real 

Estate Dealer, .jjl Appleioii. 
Pingel it ^\'nlter (.John Ij Pingei, Bernard 

C Wolter), farm implt.=, 6'>1 Appieton. 
Plamann Albert T, saloon, 7-l'2 College av. 
Plumb iV Xelson Co, J L Plumb prcs, J C 

Nelson sec, grocers, 7i;'- Appletou. 
Poetzel -Joseph, tailor. GU Oneid'i. 
Polzin Mrs Anna, carpel weaver, 760 Ap- 

pleton. 
Pooley Uevi; II (Methodist). 737 Lawrence. 
Post Office, James Kyan, postmaster, 01.5 

Oneida. 
Post Publishing Co, T B Ileid pres. E P 

Humphrey sec. College ave. 
Postal Teleiiraph Co, Gustav Schroeder 

mngr, tSUl College ave. 
Prescott Ho.^pital, Mrs Kate Pntton supt, 

68.5 Drew. 
Radtke Cli-irles. shoemUr, 7J2 Applelon. 
Rahn F \Vm B, furniture. 7<J9 Colltire av. 
R:iiti>,ay iV. .loiios -fKrrtin Uumsay, 

Charles II Jone3>. .Mntrs and Dealer.s in 

Lumber, 73S Superior, Millsat Menomi- 
nee, Jlicli. 
Raue Fred AV, cigar miifr, 004 College av. 
Regenfii-s John, saloon. S-'l Collece ave. 
Re'id Thomas B, editor Post, S.j7 College 

ave. 
Reif iirs Theresa, grocer, 017 Walnut. 
Reilly Jchn U, physici-iu, iJ13 Ouei la. 
Ruil/.ner Charles, suloon, :'')'■) C.iiiegs ave. 
Rhodes "Wm L, grocer. tj'-iH Oneida. 
Riggs Charles P, sttme quarry, id Ward 

water power. 
Ritger Aiitcm. carriage miifr, cor Edward^ 

and 5lnrrison. 
RobiTraaii .Mever. cnnfclr, 7:.ls ('olle^l! av. 
Roberts Rov I'F (.\leth.»l'-ll, HO AlDn. 
R'jcmer Christian, publr Weclier and.Nach- 

richten. 
Roenier Joseph, justice, cor Oneida and 

Market. 
Rogers \Vm 11, llnrist. 13.52 Carver. 
Rogers tt Co (Henry J RcLaTs. Frank II 

Piclvch) mdse broker, .501 Appleton. 
Rose C F it (.'o, (Clarence F Hose, Percy 

M Conkey), statinuer.s, GIo Oneida. 



Ross ^Xm T. photgr, 827 College ave. 

Rossmeissl J it \\ (Joseph and ^lathiasi, 
stoves, .^29 College ave. 

Ruhlander Mrs Amelia, milliner, 743 Col- 
lege ave. 

Russell Bros (Frank Tand Roland R), flour 
mills, water power, 2d ward. 

Ryan David J, agent McKenzie it Craw- 
ford. .591 Applelon. 

Ryan Henry U, lawyer, 800 College ave. 

Rj'au James, postmaster, 61.5 Oneida. 

Ryan & Bro (Samuel, James and bamuel 
J), pubirs Crescent. 
i Ryan it Lepjila (Richard Ryan, Waliie 
Leppla). grocers, sjl College ave. 

Sut'fker Wits P. E\ipt Union Toy and 
Furnilure Co, G'J'-i S Division. 

St Joseph's Convent of llie Capuchin Fath- 
ers, 92-t Lawieuce. 

St .Joseph's Parochial School, Sisters of 
Notre Dinu;, 010 Lawrence. 

Salomon Bros'.^Iax and Simon), irrocers, 
7211 ColltL'e ave. 

Saloman Rev Ferdinand G (Hebrew), 774 
Durkee. 

Scherk \Vm E B, cooper, 7.58 Superior. 

Schibursky Christopher, clothing, 781 Col- 
lege ave. 

Sehiedermeyer Max, meat market, 604 
College ave. 

Schintz Louis, leal e-tatc, 803 Colleue ave. 

Schlafer, Barrett it T.=ch (Otto P Schlafer, 
Benjamin Barrett, \Vm Tesch) hardware, 
803 College ave. 

Srhlichter Henry, saloon, 640 Jjake. 

Scblosser John, hani ware. 784 College ave. 

Schmidt Edward, saloon, 623 Applelon. 

Schmidt Herman, picture frames, 06.5 Col- 
h'L'e avenue. 

.Scliiiiiilt Ivoiiis C, Mnfr and Whole- 
8,'ile Cigars and Tobacco, 778 College ave. 

Sclirnitt Rev llonoratus, vicar St Joseph's 
C'onvcut. 

Schneider Frederick, carpenter. Johnson. 

Scholz Traugotl C, cabtmkr, 792 College. 

Si-hreiter IVauk, furniture, 864 C^illege av. 

Schreiter Frank jr, cigar mnfr. .539 Cherry. 

Schroeder Guslav. mngr Postal Tel Co. 

Schuclter Henry, tailor. .5b7 Applelon. 

.Schuldes George, grocer, 033 Collesie ave. 

Scliullz Charles \V, grocer. 728 College av. 

Schullz it Dau (.John Scliullz, Herman F 
Dau), farm implts, 804 (.'ollege ave. 

Schw.ihu Leo F, cigar mufr. 748 Main. 

Schwur/. Uudolpb. clothing. 772 College av. 

Schweitz.T I'eter, saloon, 0>8.j College ave. 

Schwendler Charles F, iir.icer, 919 Oneida. 

^CG^l Rol)ert, Hour, 686 College avenue. 

Shafer Nicholas, general store, 1011 Col- 
lece ave. 



E r» ^ f f^ L^-^ f^ s'.i' 'iuivjL";"; v:!:;.";, i u l s y 3 a m d n a s , 

M •*«» y W a lU' «..? a u.r .".all-. t«ralM«ue, tree. J L'ii W. V,:iter Street, ItiLIVAl Kit. 



%\ritc to J. X. ?IcCrNN, fireoil Bay, AVls., for ANNT'AI, CATALOr.rK of -lie 

Green Bay Business College, oriimmct maorKomem. 

APP AND BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. APP 12-5 



GEO. F. ARNOLD & SON, 

Dealers and Shippers of 
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AND 

868 Appleton Street, 
APPLETON, - WIS. 



FRANK W. HARRIMAN, 

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 

AND 

Real Estate Dealer, 

Room 10 Odd Fello*s' Block, 

Probate Practice a Specialty. 

Telppliouc 7*. 



APPLETOra, 



WIS. 



HI. 11. liltlLI^, Proprietor. 

The Only First-Class $1,50 per Day House in the City. 

SAMPLE ROOM IM CONNECTION. 



CoF. Appleton and Edwards Stixsts, 



APPLETON. WIS. 



Corperiter, Byildar end OenorGl Conirocior. 

Plans and Estimates Furnished on Short Notice. 

Shop on Bates Street, near C. k N. W, Ry. Depot, 

APPLETOrJ, - - - WISCOENSSIN. 



WOO],DAB]D'S 3AK 



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CEO. i». \VO<H»AUI>, I»ioi»rifl<»r. 



Crackers and Confectionery. 

698-700 College Avenue, 



ALT, KINDS OF 



APPLETON, WIS. 



Cliicap fi Gfand ]m\ 



Pu Palace and Dinlnsr Cars 



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ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. 



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ilG LADIES, iA;lTED!&^f.^^^K^ 



TBIK S«I{V.\>T A- STllATTON CIII- 
COI.Lt.«;li l»re- 
l<> do acceptable 
s Ollli-cs. 



124 



APP 



WI8CON61X STATE GAZETTEEE 



APP 



Shannon Bros (Sidney C and Wm J), gro- 
cers, 593 C'llleiie ave. 

Slici'iiian I5ou<>c,.Iohn Conway Propr, 
Oneida cor Edwards. 

Sherry George, carpenter, cor Atlantic and 
Division. 

Slierrj' JaiiicSjCoatractorand Builder, 
747 Bites. {Steadp, p 123.) 

ShinnerH James, pumps, 799 Appleton. 

Siebera Ilenrv, saloon, 70G Colle:je ave. 

Silverfriend Vv'm, a;;t il L S & W \\y. 

Smith Alexander W, deputy clerii circuit 
court. Court House. 

Sniitli Alii' I..t'<iyard, Pres and Genl 
^Ingr Appleton Edison Electric LiL'ht 
Co, Sec and Treas Green B.iy it Misiis- 
sippi Canal Co, and lieal Estate ani 
Loans, 61o Oneida over Postollice. 

Smith Charles F, livery, S52 Lawrence. 

Smith llenry D, pres First National Bank, 
591 Morrison. 

Smith &, Bligh (Emily Smith, Lottie 
Bligh), dressmkrs, S24 College ave. 

Smith it Koileiid (Augustus L Smith, 
Joseph Kollend), insurance. G15 Oaeida. 

Smudde Mrs A M. contctr, 914 College. 

SpauUling G W & Co (George \\ Spauld- 
ing), ilourmill. Middle Dam. 

Sl»cakcr Juhii A, Propr J\lilwaukee 
flousc, 7IG aiid 718 App'eton. 

Spearing Adolph, dyer, filM) College ave. 

Spencer Eliliu. co surveyor, (Jourt Elouse. 

Spielbauer Frank, saloon. lOOo Col!c2e. 

Spiering Adolph, wool carder, 2d Ward 
■water power. 

Spilkor Frank F, cic^r inntr. 13C'l 2d. 

Spitz Joseph, clothing. 7i)»J College ave. 

Stade llenry, hiruess, y'>7 dHoire ave. 
. Staehen Olto A, barber, 94i5 College ave. 

Stansbury Emory, l>h\'s. 7'Jl Lawrence. 

Stark Andrew, meals, .■)7i AValnut. 

Stark Nicholas, .saloon. 7(M Applrton. 

Stark Theodore F, arocer, 71)9 Apiileton. 

Steigcnberger M'lrliii, saloon, 729 College. 

Stier John, clear lunfr, IJ2(J Oneida. 

Stier Josci)h F, meats. I^u Appleton. 

Stilp Bros (Wm and Juhnt, cigar mnfrs 
9.51 College ave. 

Stimsou James E [I, photogr, NQlCollei'e. 

Tegelmaun Mrs Annie, dresamkr, 7iil Col- 
lege ave. 

Telulah Paper Co. (capital >;'2.')O.O0O). C B 
Clark pre?, J A Kuuberly sec, Grand 
Chute Miiiil. 

Tennev lleury W, lawyer, Odd Fellows' 
block. 

Thomas Xettie, dressnikr, 930 College. 

Th.iinas Nicholas, saloon, 528 State. 
Took Jolu! 11, Biokbinder and S'a- 
ti mer, 721 College ave. (S'.e aili\ p 1 :i ) 



Turner George "W, livery, 734 Edwards. 

I'liiiiaii J t^ Co, (Joseph, Amelia and 
Daniel L Ullman,) Horses, Mules and 
Cattle, Johnson, i .?«■ i?!?.-. ;; 119.) 

Ultimatum Cornet Baud, Edward Turner 
leader, 6'h Ward School. 

Union Band, Samuel Pocilny Idr, 733 Col- 
lege ave 

I'liioti Toy &; FiirnHiire Co, Jacob 
Kober Pres, Fred Heinemana Sec, Wm F 
Saecker Treas and Supt, G03 S Division. 
{See add, p IIT.) 

United States Express Co, John S Lester 
agt, .oSO Oneida. 

United States Fox River Improvement, C 
A Fuller asst engineer, 79:i (,'ollece ave. 

Urban Frederick, grocer, Paeitic and 
Superior. 

Valley Iron Works (capital ■■j.JO.OOO), G D 
Rowell pres, D G Howell sec. Grand 
Chute Island. 

Vaughn Kittle, dressmkr, 811 College ave. 

Verhooven Albert, gen store 5G1 "Walnut. 

Yiiial Cliurlesi If, City Engineer and 
Surveyor. .?12 College ave. 

Voigt Frederick B. shoes, 7 71 College ave. 

Vose John, livery, 583 Superior. 

Wah Lee, laundry, S07 College ave. 

Wa'dmann Wen/el A, saloon, 779 College. 

Walti.rs Genrce, brewer, ."iG Walnut. 

Wnmbold S K k Son (Samuel K and Har- 
ry El, flour mill, 2d Ward water power. 

Ward Thomas E, grocer, 713 Appleton. 

Warner Wm S. lawyer, 81)0 College ave. 

■\VHVtTly Il[<>ii«e, AVm II CottriU 
Propr, cor Appb-ton and Lawrence. 

Wayland Charles C, cimn, S~0 Collegeav. 

«'el>s«er Warren M, Planing "Mill, 
Grand Chute Inland. 

Wehner Herman, harness, 660 Morrison. 

WciseErail, ins. 691 College ave. 

AVeissijerber it Mahn (Robert Weissgerber, 
Frank ^ralini barbers. 618 Oueida. 

Woll<i<; .11 A: SiMi, (Charles M and 
Carleton Hi. [yumber, Bridire Timber, 
RailroHil and Telegraph Supplies, Cedar 
Block Pavement, etc, 812 College ave. 
{S,c <id)K p !!-.) 

Wells A. iltielle, (Charle.i M Wells. 
Adolphus H Rui-lle). Cedar Poles. Posts. 
Railroad Ties. Paving Blocks and Shin- 
gles, 812 Collese ave. {See a'li-^ p 115.) 

Wendelborn Henry, saioon. 814 College. 

Wentcnk Theo.iore. meats. 7-58 Lawe. 

W«'iizcl \i'in, Steam and Water Pipe 
Fitting, mnfr Wenzjis Steam Trap, •"iyi 
Appleton . 

Werner Carl, carpet weaver, 76.") Oneida. 

Werner Mathias, ct treas. Court House. 
West Edward, real estate, 839 Prosnect. 



iLLiils mm I R 



DIRECT ROUTE MnPTUrn! 
I to all POINTS in KUPj I liLili 



\mi 



!;iiicap fi Gfanil ]ml Ry, 



The Favorite Route East 

VIA r^;AGARA FALLS. 



APP 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



ARC 



^Vl■>terQ Union Telt-Lrrapli Co, Miss Hose 
15 Ilurd mogr, S21 College ave. 

"Wcttengel SIis Annie, saloon, 1133 College. 

AVlialen Bros (Frank E and John P), sa- 
loon, 7Go CoUeae ave. 

\Vl)itman Albert B, kiv.-yer, 750 Collc^re av. 

Vriiitman ct Crider, (.\llicrt B Whitman, 
.Jacob Crider), ina750 Colleiie ave. 

Wbortou Wm G, crockery, I'.Mj College av. 

■^Viljjcr .5 & Co (.Joseph WilL'cr, Jacob 
.Millertz), Ilorte^hoera. 733 Edwird-;. 

Wdkner & Coulter (Charles A ^Vilknel■, 
Henry 15 Coulter), painters, 707 College 
ave. 

■\Villiamg Alice, music teacher, Lawrence. 

U'ill^oii I<roM (Theodi ire B and Edgar 
G), Mufrs Pateut Jleat Blocks. {Seeadc, 
pJ17.) 

Willy & Co (T Albert and Nellie L Willy), 
flour mill, Appleton water power. 

'.Vilson Win, mason, 071 Apphlon. 

Windels Charles, buttler, (i7'i yuperiiir. 

Winslow Kiish, physician, 811 Lav/rence. 

Wisconsin Telephone Co, ^I II Croswell 
mngr, "iGX C!ollet;e ave. 

W'issnmnn Jolm .M, salonn, 7-lG College av. 

WoeJilor 'a"lic<nl<»i'c SI. Proprietor 
Crescent Ilcmsu, I'S'y Apjilcton. 

Wolf George, marble wks, Mr, Oneida. 

Wolf Jacob, shoes, ."iSS Wuiuut. 

"Wolfram .August, saloon. !S7'.? Crillcgo av. 

Wuluian Frank, books, 7r) t (..'ollege ave. 

"Wolter Henry, ci^'ar nuifr, GIH Appletou. 

Wood & Feavel '(Seih H Wood, Ueury 
Feavel), punters, 7J7 College ave. 

^Vo«Ml!ir<l C«coi'm> S, BaUeraud Con- 
fectioner, (108 700 College ave. {Si.'cadc, 
P 12S ) 

M'oolicy Suliicy 31, Restaurant, Con- 
fectioner and C'.itercr, 707 Culleu'e ave. 

^Vrijbt Ediviii .M, Ilour and feed, :,-;:> dd- 
lege ave. 

^\ right Frank E, livery, cor Edwards and 
-Morrison. 

J iniDg John J, propr Commercial House. 

Vnung Alen's Christian Associaliou, H W 
Kellogg, gen sec. 

^ ungmann Itichaid, tanner, foot .Inlm. 
"'^■-iner .Alf.vaiukT, music Itaeher, bds \Va- 
verly House. 



Zickler Anton, tailor, Ui.j C!ollege ave. 
Zickler Ignatz, tailor, 020 College ave. 
Zuehlke Julius, saloon, 828 College ave. 



ARCADIA, On the G. B., W. & St. 

P. U. I!., in township of same name, 
Trempealeau county, l") miles southwest 
of Whitehall, the seat of justice. It con- 
tains ilethodist, German .Methodist, Meth- 
odist Episcopal, L'uitarian and Catholic 
rhurches. higli and graded schools, a iiub- 
lic library, a creamery, tirniring mills, a 
brickyard, a brewery, a public ball, a 
bank and a weekly newspaper, the l,i\uUr 
(Dem.'i Exp., U. S. Tel., W. U. Pop- 
ulation, 1,100. George II. Dodge, post- 
master. 

American Valley Stock Farm, B Lorch 

ran jr. 
Arcadia Agricultural Driving Association, 

yi J Cashel prts 
Arcadia Board of Trade, SKichmond pres, 

E Maurer sec. 
Arcadia Brewery, Courtney & Fricker 

proprs. 
Arcadia Circulating Library. 
Arcadia Cornel Band. E Maurer director. 
Arcadia Creamery Co, T A Simpson pies. 

John Maurer sec and mngr. 
Arcadia Milling Co, S ]{ichmond pres, 

Frank Paine sec. 
Siuiik <»r .\r«'jijJiji, John Gillespie 

J'res, .losepU Ruth Ca--hier. 
Barry 'I'bomas, agri impls. 
Baeurs Bernhardt, jeweler. 
Bennett iMrs Daviii, carpet weaver. 
Bevetidge John, propr Commer(;ial Hotel. 
Bion John, brewers' ajt. 
Ble.^sner Frederick, stone quarry. 
Brockhaus Rev It. (Ger Lutheran). 
Canutson Gle B, dairy. 
Cargill \{ W ct Bro (Wm W and S D), 

prain. 
Ca -hel Michael J, stock farm. 
C^onimercial Hotel, J Beveridge propr. 
Coinstock Adam, stirveyer. 
Courtney & Frick (Thomas Courtney, 

Wm Frick), proprs Arcadia brewery and 

ice dealers. 



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Cowie George, apiiirist. 

Cysewski Joseph K, grocer. 

Drfrsseiuiorfur John, meats. 

Durisch .Jolin, livery. 

FAielbucli Frederick, slioemaker. 

En[rll;U Michael, insu.''iince. 

English Wm T, physician. 

Faflin Joseph, notary and dep sheriff. 

Farriugtoa Frank, photographer. 

Faulds .John, contractor. 

Faulds John G, editor Leader. 

Felsheim John, mason. 

Fisher Rev J, (.Methodist). 

Fisgliia EJros & E^t'i'tis (Fudna Bros 

Fountain City, J Martin Fertigj, Gen- 
eral Store. 
Funston Theodore F, saloon, 
Garency & liainey (.John Gareney, J A 

I'ainey), lawyers. 
Gillespie & Kuth (John Gillespie, Joseph 

Kuth), insurance. 
Grossman Frank, hotel and saloon. 
Htickcr George, meat market. 
HaiiRs Cliristian, apiarist. 
Hensel August F, ger.eral store. 
Heuber C^onrad, tailor. 
Hidersliide George N, physician. 
Hild doscph, barber. 
Ilohmann it Co (Gustav O and Otto Holi- 

mann), bottlers. 
ITotz Adam, blacksmith. 
Hunter Archibald F, harness. 
Ingalls Joshua B, jeweler. 
Kclleher Mrs F E, projir .Mineral Springs 

liotol. 
Kindschy & Itunkel (W C Kindschy, J F 

Ruiikel), grocers. 
King lieiman, contractor. 
Kiiud.-on Sterner, L'eueuil store. 
Kinft riiilip, shoeiiialier. 
Kruuiinhol?, Joseph, blacksmith. 
l^oacU-r 'E'lic, .Malliys A Faults l^iblrs, 

George :\Iathys Editor. 
Lchrbach Nicliolas, hardware. 
Lubs Charles \V, general Ntore. 
Jlassucre AV V it Co (Wilber P and David 

Massuere), geiiernl ^lore. 
Malhys E, juslice. 

!tliilli)> i«for!X«', I'^ditor Tbo Leader. 
nin(iiy'« «-V t"iuil«l> (George .Matliys, 

John Fa\ildsl, I'ublrs The Leader. 
Jlatlerson A C, bl.'ieksmitli. 
Manrer Emil, drugs. 
Mekelhurg John, cijar mnfr. 
Miller Henry F, Hour n.ill,. 
Mineral Springs Hotel, Jlrs F E Kelleher 

propr. 
More Wtu P., piini)is. 
lIBiiir Joliii <', l'"arni Iniplciuenis, Live 

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Norwitzski L, saloon. 

Paul A\igast, brick mnfr. 

Peneil John, painter. 

Penny Jesse K, contractor. 

T'enny Samuel, livery. 

Pike John A, blacksmith. 

Place Rev W F (Unitarian). 

Proctor Bros, lumber. 

Putnam Seth, contractor. 

Radell Julius C, wagonmaker. 

Richmond Stephen, lawyer. 

Ripley George, saloon. 

Rohn & Gleason (.Miss Katie ];ohn, Julia 

Gleason) milliners. 
Ruth Josejili, notary. 
Rulzen Rev C T (Lutheran). 
Selck T& Co (Timothy Seick, Joseph Bis- 

chofl, August Zastrow), tailois. 
Smart George, railroad, e.xp and tel agent. 
Steinhauscr Fidel, tailor. 
Stevens E S, principal public schools. 
Studt Charles II, barber. 
Unlraut Rev Herman (Catholic). 
Wismolek Jacob, saloon. 
Wohlgenant Casper, furniture. 
Wolfe Wm R, saloon, 
Zindel Peter, blacksmith. 

ARENA. A prosperous village located 
on theC, M. & St. P. ]vy.,in Iowa county, 
25 miles northeast of Dodgevillc, the judi- 
cial seat. A bank is sustained. Exp., U. 
S. Tel, W. U. Population. 350. W. C. 
JlelTert, postmaster. 

PdlliuL'ton Bros, waconmkrs and implts. 
Bird Herbert, |ihysiclan. 
Bowdan R & 11. masons. 
Deyoe Chris, apiarist. 
Dodge John A, geni:ral store. 
Guuderson O. cariienter. 
Hamilton Robert, carpenter. 
Hodgson Benjamin, meat market. 
Hodgson .1, mason. 
Hottman C, livery. 
lliiriiinu :?Brs'Alin!i, ^Milliner. 
Jones ^V'm H, banker and drugs. 
King James .M, hardware. 
Kni[ie 'I'homas, shoemaker. 
!McCutchin Andrew, hotel. 
Mc(;utchin Ilu.'h, general store. 
Mabbott Wm. justice. 
niolJert Will C, Harness. 
Meigs liev B ]S' (Ailventist). 
Muijihy E D, propr Wisconsin House. 
Xelson Bros, wasonraaUcrs and impts. 
O'Brien Lawrence, billiards. 
Parker >,' C, II R, e.\p and tel agt. 
Porter Edward, carpenter. 
Price Wm U, carpenter. 
ICoiifli Saniiiei I>, General Store. 






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K'jberta Win J, produce ami live stock. 
i;.)we W E, flour mill, 
Srnith John, general store. 
Taylor Charles 11, insurance. 
Tiipper Bros, cheese mnfrs. 
Willen I'ev John (Congregational). 
Wisconsin House, E D Murphy propr. 
Yorker Henry, carpenter. 
Yorker Sylvester J, lumber. 



ARGYLE. A village on the I. C. R. 

R., and on the I'ecatonica river, in Lafay- 
I'.te county, 10 miles east of Darlington, 
tbe county seat and banli location. A 
v.eekly neTw^puper, the ^I (■;.(.■(, is published. 
Mages tri-weeiily to Wiota and Darlington. 
Exp,, Am. Population GuO, W. C. Jcucks, 
['oslmaster. 

.\tlas, G G Gaskill, publislier. 
I'ovey David, liolel, 
'■'ny \\m, blacksmith. 
Devoe G S, barber, 
Klilred Itev CC (iiaptisi). 
Kusnight E C & Co, cheese mnfr. 
(.l.'itkill George G, puljli-Uitr Atlas. 
Caskill S S. millwright. 
iifrrctt llros. Drugs. 
lUason C A, pliysiciun. 
Harker .lanics, blacksmith. 
Ilarker J M, railroad. e.\p and tel agt. 
JIawley H S, live stock. 
Iltcdrickson H J, hardware. 
Humel JI B, wagonmaker. 
■•l-iitks W CrHarutss. 
latLrop P F, cooper. 
I.ovpjoy, Richards ifc Kingbam, lumber. 
Mawn J T, livery, 
^liddlctoii Wm, blacksmith. 
Nelson Bros, general store. 
'artridge A, furniture, 
{["c.ell ,)ohn, liotel. 
'I'lu-rtson Lewis, restaurant. 
''j>i-'fra E P. justice and lavvyer. 
K(iv>,|„jr 1^ ^^^ General Store. 
■'Lille M J. shoemaker. 
V'.rdison & Cralty, saw mill. 

irdeeoQ A; Munsen, hardware. 
■ I'uire.ion A E, jeweler. 
Uireadgold & Baker, live stock. 
'' Jnian & De Noe, wagonmaker. 



ARKANSAW, A village in Pepin 
'""Unty, 4 miles west of Duracd, the ju- 
'■ifml teat, nearest railroad and banking 
■ 'lilt. Population, ^."iO. .Mail, daily. H. 
"• Griflln, postmaster. 

jl'iker Rev L (Methodist). 
';isir John, meats, 
'^■iiura Benjamin, livery. 



ClilT Steplien, hotel and wagonmaker, 

Dixon J S ilnfg Co, baskets. 

Edwards C F, barber. 

Edwards S L & Sou, blacksmith. 

Fitch Wm, music teacher. 

Hulett A C, physician. 

Humphrey D, justice. 

Knapp H. builder. 

Kratzcr J C, saw mill. 

l^amphter H H, vet surgeon. 

^Fiii'.or Wm, (Grocer." 

,Maitin L, saw mill. 

Miles Henry JI, tlour mill. 

Parker Joseph, saw mill. 

Plummer S F. furnituie. 

t"lmiiiiicr W >>', ireneral store. 

Pnie Cliarles, blacksmith. 

Smith Dr John V, drugs. 

Steele AVm, carpet weaver. 



ARKDALE. A po.-.tofIlce on big 
Rocbt-u Cri liver, in Adams county,? miles 
northwest of Friendship, the countv seat, 
12 east of Xecedah, tlie nearest railroad 
station, and i!4 from i^Icw Lisbon, tlie 
usual banking point. Population, 100. 
Mail, daily. E. Knight, postmaster. 

Iiiii;;lit 1j & Son, General Store and 

Hoiel. 
Smedborn & Larson, blacksmith. 
Thiel E. flour mill. 



ARLINGTON. On the if. & P. div. 
of the C. M. A St. P. Ry, in Columbia 
county. IS miles south of Port.age, the 
judicial seat and nearest Ijanking point. 
Exp., Am. Population, 200. Jlai), daily. 
George McMillan, postmaster. 
Arlington Cliccse Factory. 
Brookhouse Rev (Methodist). 
liuUen Winslow, general store. 
Caldow \V'iu, R R, E.xp and Telngt. 
Conkle Wni, agricultural implements. 
llisiriL' J M, h'lrdwiire. 
McMillan Bro.s, coal. 
ni<-!fl!ll:iii fiJforso, Genera! Store. 
>l4-!TSillaii <ji »V Son, Saw and Shingle 

Mill, 
McMillan James, feed mill. 
McMillan & liising, saloon. 
Nief,s Peter, shoemaker, 
Reddeman Ferdinand, barber. 
Sawyer Clarence, carpenter. 
Seller A J, blacksmith. 
Walscr Martin, harness. 

ARMSTRONG. In Fond du Lac 
county, l.N miles toutheast of Fond du 
'Lac, the county seat, !) east of Eden, the 



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nimitL, the nearest banking point. Popu- 
lation, lUO. .Mail, tri-weekly. V. Arm- 
strong, poslmastc-r. 

Arni>*trotiu iV railcy, General Store, 
t'arv L \V, iiry stock. 
I'liiicy Owen, Cheese Mnfr. 
IlLrraty it Graham, saw mill. 
Montgomery P H. cheese mufr, 
O'.Malley Jolin, blacksmith. 



IjUS Henry, blacksmith. 
Manel V,"m, cboe:,e mnfr. 
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SchoUer Henry, saioou. 
Sevwe Jnhu, barber. 
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ARMSTRONG CREEK. On the 
JI., 6t. 1'. & f^ Ste -M. liy. in Forest 
county, oO mile.s northea.stof Crandou, the 
judicial sea', and 5 from Uhinelauder. 
Tel,, W. U, Population, .00. E. O. 
Woodbury, pn.st master. 
McCarthy J \V, railroad and tel. agt. 
*<liiiy «.V WocxUuiry, General Store. 

ARNOTT. On the G. P., W. & St. P. 
R. U., in Poriaiie county, 'J miles south- 
east of Stevens' I'ohit. the counly seat and 
nearest bank location. Population, -10. 
K.\p., U. S. Tel., W. U. J. Doane, post- 
master. 

P>remmer k Huntley, produce. 
Cargill \V W it Pro. [iruduce. 
iJoaiie Jasper, General ^tore, Railroad 

and Tel Ag.-nt. 
Oleason it Getzclman, jiroduce. 
I'ollard James, justice. 
Scavern & Cn, produce. 
Winslow yi T, justice. 

ARTHUR. A postotfice in Grant 
county, 1.J miles east of I^ancaster, the 
counly seat, and ;', west of llewey. on tlie 
C. it X. ^\'. Rv, the neaiejl railroad eta- 
lion. Plattevilie, 10 miles distant, is the 
usual banking point. Population. 125. 
Daily mail stuge from Rewey. .1. T. Knloe 
postmaster, 

Alcock Thomas, builder. 
I! isge S T, nntiiry. 

I'liiloc .John 'r. Grocer and Justice. 
Harris James, blacksmith. 
Stelil C E, shoemaker and justice. 



ASHFORD. A postotlice in Fond du 
I, HI- county. IT miles bouth of Fond du 
Pac, the county .seal, and ■) west of New 
< a.'-sel. the nearest railroail* station and 
liardiing point. Poiiulntinn. ICO. .Alail, 
daily. John Scbmit/., postmaster. 
Berg Peter, agricultural impts. 
Hilb.'rt \Vm, carpenter. 
Krudwig John, shoemaker. 



ASHIPPUN. On Mill creek, ::• 
Dodge county, I'J miles southeast of Ja 
neau, the seat of justice, and S from Ocop. 
omowoc, the nearest shipping and bankir.. 
point. Population, 6U. ..Mail, daily. 11 
Wiltig, postmaster. 

Berger Wm, mason. 
Braal/ Wm, maSdU. 
Bruf'.Uo Win. S.tw JUll. 
Habeck Ausrust, blacksmith. 
Hildeman Ernest, apiarist. 
Krusback Henry, carpenter. 
Liesener August, saw mill. 
Meissner Gustav, general store. 
Moldenhauer Allen, carpenter. 
Plass Rev P (Lutheran) 
Rojau Anthony i!, justice. 
Sfhliiiic Noriiimi, Blacksmith. 
Tesch Theodore, c;irpenter. 
Yundusea Wm, cariienter. 



ASHLAND. An important city on 
Chiquamegon or Ashland bay, an inlet of 
Lake Superior in the northwestern corn'jr 
of Ashland count}', of which it is the judi- 
cial seat. It is the railroafl center of Xor 
them Wiscfinsiu. the following n.^ads meet- 
ing tliere: The Wisconsin Central Line.lliO 
x: div. of C. St. P., M. & O Ry., Ihe X- 
P. R. !{., and the .M.. L. S. & \V. Ry, "14 
miles from Milwaukee, 1S4 miles from S'.- 
Paul, 10-"i from Eau Claire, and 10 mi:''- 
from Hurley. The D., S. S. & A. R. K 
will aUo shortly be completed lo this point 
During the season communication is In 1 
by boat with all points on the great lake?. 
The princip:d m.ainifacturing industrii - 
are repn-sented by llie A=hlaud Iron anu 
Steel Works, emiiloying 3."iO iiands, with a 
plant costimr s^OO.OOO, and the lame?' 
charcoal blast lurnace in the world, the 
Novelty Iroii Works, the North Star Iior. 
AVorks. operated by the Parish :Mnfg Co.. 
the Ashland Bculer Works, the Superior 

j Lumber Co., .5 sawmills with a capacity ol 
1*0,000,00(1 of lumber, 4 planing mills and 

I sasii and dour factories, tlie machine sh'ip- 
of the .M., L, S. it \V. l{y.. albiuring mil:, 

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factories, stone (piarries, l)rick yards, and 
a large number of shops of various kinds, 
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bfir of mechauics. Among thu who'.e:^ale 
houses mny be mentioueil .\IcJlillau Eros. 
Co., Armour Packiug Co. Sn-ift & Co.. 
Ashland Lime, Salt aod Cement Co., Ash- 
land Commission Co., and J. B. ilattbews 
&Cj.,tlic-3eall being located ou ther;ii;road 
ftdjarent to the "\T. C. depot. There are 
3 National banks, the First. Northern, and 
Ashland, and the Security Savin<;3 Bunk. 
The Insurance busme-.s i.s also well repre- 
sented by the regular Board coin panics, and 
there are a large number of livo and ener- 
getic real estate agents. The city contains 
a great number of hotels of ail classes, 
among which may be mentioned the f^ir- 
famed Chequamugon, the third lar?est 
hotel in the State, and one of tlie tiiitst 
summer resorts in the Northwest, which is 
during the season patronized by thousand.3 
of health and pleasure seekers from all 
parts of tlie country. Tljerc are two 
daily newspapers, Iha'Ax^ihi nd Pn.'Oi (Rtip ) 
and the yis/i!,rnd Stirs (Dem ) ; also two 
weeklies, the JTcrold (Gennnii) and the A^h- 
land Times (lud ). and among the literary 
institutions may be uienlioned the Vaughn 
Library. The city supports several e.xcel- 
lent graded and pria;ary scboois, also 
a high school. In addition to the pub- 
lic schools there is also a Roman Caih.)- 
lic school. The Ashland Business Men'.s 
Association occupies tine apartments in 
the First National bank building, and its 
membership comprises nearly' all the 
prominent mm of the city. There are ten 
churches located here, riz : Episcopal, 
Methodist, ISiptist, Congregational, Pres- 
bylerian, ]{oman Catlmlic, NorwCL-ian, 
Seanilinavian, Swedish B iplist and Swed- 
ish Lutheran. Nearly all the different 
secret societies are well represented. The 
Ci'y is supplied with water works, cas and 
electric light phintH, ami a street railwiv 
There is also a larirer theater and several 
public halls. The city shows a good 
healthy growth. The iron ore, the product 
of the Oogebic Iron F.ange, which is situ- 
ated from thirty t-i fifty miles cast of and 
tributary to Ashland, is shipped from the 
'nines to Ashland over the Wisconsin 
Central and the Jlilwaukee, Lake Shore 
and Western Kailroads. and by vessels 
from their mammoth ore docks, the largest 
la the world and built at a cost of nearly 
<"'De million dollars. All Lake Superior 
6'eaniboal lines stop here and .steamers run 
twice a day to Wa.^hburn. Bavtield and 
-bulcluie Lslanil. Telephone communi- 
eaiiou with surrounding towns. Express, 
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Pacitic. Tel, Western Union. Popula- 
tion 11,000. Samuel S. Fifield, postmaster. 

Adler H R & Co (Flenry A Adier, A 

Brecber). saloon, ILS 2d ave w. 
American Express [Co, O G Ku^hier agt, 
117 Vaughn are. 

Anderson Charles A, propr Stockholm 
House, 710 2d w. 

Anderson Samuel, saloon, 1422 St Clair. 

Aiuti^oii Kenneth, Propr St Clair 
House, Ult; St Clair. (Sff ,idv. p ISl.) 

Audrus Adeiou P, phys. 412 2.1 w. 

Armour I'aekin:; €o, J S Holbrook 
jiugr, Commercial row. 

Armstrong Henry C, carpenter. 111 Whit- 
tlesey ave. 

Armstrong Win J, livery, 7th ave opp 
Court IIou=e. 

Ashland IJoilcr Works, Bondy 
Bros Froprs. \\'ater nr A\'i.-riinsin Cen- 
tral Ore I)'icks. {Sec ndn. p 137.) 

A^hliind liox Faelory (B Doherty, 
Frank ilouahan). .Mofrs of Packing Bos 
Shooks, foot of Water. (.Stf ndc. p'^ 135.) 

Ashland Business Men's As-n, D G Samp- 
sou sec, 1st National Bank bidg. 

Ashland County Bar Assu, George P Ross- 
man sec, 320 2d w. 

Ashland Creamery Co, F S Stone rangr, 
20S Vaughn ave. 

Ashland llerold, Emil Gerlh propr 311 
2d e. 

Ashland Hospital, WT Rinebart. res phys, 
cor Sluntz ave nnd St Clair. 

AshlaiMl i9ou<.e, Geortte McGuire 
Propr, f.l0 2aw. [Sie ud;\ p 130.) 

Ashland Iron and Steel Co ("capital, $2."<0 - 
OiiO), A H Hinkie pres, WH Hinklesec, 
18th ave w. 

Ashland Lisbtiug Co. Edwin Ellis pres, 
W MTomkiussec, P C blk. 

Ashland Lime, Suit and Cement Co (capi- 
tal, :*.5.oOO), W O Lamb pres. Thomas 
Edward^ sec, Commercial row. 

Ashland Mineral Spring Water Co, Frede- 
rick Prentice propr, lOti 2d ave w. 

Ashland National Bank fcanital, SoO.OOO; 
surplus, .s-i2,000), Thomas' Bardon pres, 
N I Willey cash, 518 2d w. 

Ashland News, Clarence Snyder propr, 211 
Vaughn ave. 

Ashland Press. ,Joe M Chappie editor and 
prnpr, 119 V.tugnn ave. 

Ashland Street Kailwav Co, Edwin Plllis 
pres, W M Tomkins'sec, P O blk. 

Ashland Times. J A Monger editor and 
propr, 1st National Bank bMg. 

Ashland Title Abstract Co, Charles Fisher 
sec. Court House. 



Cfe3ff8, mm\u fi Si Paul fiy,\t'r;rW8st aod MkH 



f|„«,J,,^«y i[^,,Li,„5' n« MILWAUKEE. Only Store in Wisconsin 
Uu^JU/iSiil iiI.i;Jijui 4;Ui9 connected with GOODYEAR Rubber Co. 



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AsblanJ 'Winter Co, W C Pooloy supt, 

Vaughn blk. 
Aahlaul Weekly Times. J A Jlocger edi- 
tor ncii propr, 1st Xatiocal Batik bide. 
Atlantic Hotel, Henry Lonsdale propr, lOo 

Stuntz ave. 
Avery A: BJiiiiIz«fh (Herman Avery, 

A B IlaiitzscH. Fisb. Oysters. Game, 

Meats and Provi.'-ions, Butter, Eggs, etc; 

All Kinds of Sausages, s07 2d w. {Ste 

adi), p J41.) 
Bailey SHinuel W, pbotogr, 217 2d e. 
Baker Oliver, propr Telford House, 222 3d 

Bve w. 
Baldwin Benson B, horseshoer, 212 2d 

ave w. 
Bancroft Wiirren 0, city coraptrn'ler and 

liarbor master, P () blk. 
Banks Uev C J (Baptist i, 812 Sih avo w. 
Bannatvne.Iobp. dry goods. Il'j2d are ■«•. 
Barber Kev H II (Episcojial), 804 9th avew. 
Bardon. Kellogg it Co tThoraas Bardon, 

Wm Kellogui, gcnl store. 323 2d w. 
Bitrdoii Tlioiiia«i, Heal Estate, Loans 

and Insurance, Ciy 2d w. 
Barkley iV; Iljuder, (.lanies Bark'.ey, James 

Harden, saloon, SDO St Clair. 
Barr Jol,n, liarbor, llTi 3d e. 
Bay Shore Lumber Co. Alfred AVctd pres, 

Paul Weed sec. Security Bank bldg. 
BeUliCii I5r«s (Magnun and f^dward), 

Proprs Trcmont House, 212-21ii 3d ave 

w. {See iidn, p 3M). 
Belanger Alfred, saloon. 417 2d tv. 
Berg O H & Son (Ovo II ami Magnus H), 

meats, 714 St C)lair. 
Bidwell Mrs Win II. music teacUer, 18 1st, 

Natl Rank bhltr. 
Binsfeld Paul. li:dier. 357 2d w. 
EtUrlKtir C'lipl F A, Propr Steamer 

Plow Boy, Prankliii House. i-iee 

adi\ opp.) 
Bilzer it Zinimennan (Fred Bil7.cr, Louis 

J ZimmiTmaui, cigars, llo 2d w. 
Blabnir. Frunl;. salo.m. 2oij Stunt/ ave. 
Blake .l.ihn. ;,:loon. 215 7th ave w. 
Itlalz \nl SJrvwiii!,' < o. II Vogel 

ilngr. (.\shliiucl lirunchi. 320 Ellis ave. 
Blum( Clmilis E, baker. IM 2a w. 
Blumroscu Bros tMoses and Bernard), 

clothing. 108 2d w. 
ItoiKl)' llros, (Thomas and James H), 

Proprs Ashland Boiler \Vorks, Water ur 

Wisconsin Central Ore Docks. (^Vi; 

adv, p 137.) 
Boniicvlilc Aiiloiiie I>, Physician, 

701 2d e. 
Booth A Piicking Co, John Atwood mngr, 

tish. 5!0 2d w. 
Booth Nicholas, dentist, 4 Vaughn blk. 



Cliicap fi Gfand Tfoofc % 



Born E J & Co, (Elias J Born, Thomas 

Bristol), jewelers. 310 3d w. 
Bowen Caleb T, mine owner. 523 2d w. 
Bowrou Arthur \l , publr Our Record, T 

Shores' block. 
Boyd A; Olson (.lohn R Boyd, Hans Olson), 

saloon, 106 2d w. 
Brady James, painter, 709 Front, e. 
Braun Gui-tav. hardware. 400 2d. w. 
Brcnnan F D, dentist, 408 2d, w. 
Breiiitior I'liillip, Blacksmith and 

Horse Sheer, cor 7ih are and 2d w. 

{&e adi:,p ISr.) 
Brigss Bros (George and Wmt, wall paper, 

315 3d w. 
Brinker Henry, meats, 217 2d e. 
Brotr F W, county supt schools. Court 

House. 
Brcssard & Colignnn (Edward E Brossard, 

Ferdinand J Colignon), lawyers, Secur- 
ity Bank bldg. 
Browcr F R, steamboat owner, Chcquame- 

gon Dock. 
Brown John L, agt U S E.'wp Co, 400} 2d 

w. 
Brown Rev S S (Presbyterian), Flfield pi. 
Burbauk Lyman I, bridge bldr, 212 

Vauqhn ave. 
Carr ..V Oakley (John W Carr, Albert H 

Oakley), masons. 110 W 3d. 
Carrinctou Gilbert W. Register U S Land 

Office. Security Bank bids. 
Carrington & Simar iGilbc-rt W Carring- 

ton, Frank E Simar), civil engineers. 

Security Bank bldg. 
Chappie joe M. editor and propr Press, 

ll'J Vaughn ave. 
Clifqiiniiio^oii The, George H Hop- 
per I'rupr, 2d and 3d aves Front and 

2d w. (.S-e adi'. p ISO ) 
("heqttaraecton Brass Band, Bige Buchanan 

leailer. 4(i'.l 3d w. 
Christiana House, Otto Johnson propr, 80(5 

2d w. 
City Shoeini; ^Iinp, N S Soper Propr, 

cor 9th nve and 3d w. (.v,v adr, opp.) 
Clark Frank H. justice, 17 Shores' block. 
Clarke J;ime3 W, books. 501 2d w. 
Clavlu Andrew, saloon, 417 2d e. 
ClinevtCodt E Cline, M H Crowiey), 

saloon, 405 2d w. 
Cobb Mary, tailor, 107} 2d e. 
Cohen P.ros (Herman and Louis), clolhintr, 

713 2d e. 
Cohen E l'c Co (Edward Cohen, P Lichten- 

stiini, cit-'thinL', 320-322 2d w. 
C'olUy Iloii<«o. George H Hopper 

Pr(i]ir. ccir \'ftuiihn ave and 2d w. 
Cole A. O'KeeJe (Rublee A Cole, Wm 
I W O'Keefe), Lawyers, 20-22 Shores' blk. 

Palace and Dining Cars 

OH ALL THROUGH TRAINS. 



II V-.I. I ;/» l»n.i>.n>^-^n Pn fash Assets, $110,000,000 I Nortlnvcsitern Brand 

St.. .IIILIVAUKlCIi, \Vl:S. «'. S. CA.'iiitE, State Agent. WALKKi; HI IkNLli, (^en'l Maua^-er 



ASII 



AND BUSINESS DIEECTOET. 



ASII 



I3i 



Columbus & Iluckin;; ('nal & Iron (.'o, ; Coiiover, Porlor iV I'adlcy (Allen 

T F JlcCartby ast, 1st Natl Bank ul.l,!,'. j D Conovcr, Lew F i'dtter, Horace P 

Colwell & Cohen (Joseph A C'.ln-ell, Joel I Padley), Architects und sjuiieriutendents, 

Cohen), ins, 5 GocUz blk. First National Bank bids: 

CoiiiHieroiiil T!ie, Mrs Anna McNeil I Cook George S, shoemkr, 105 2J w. 

Propr. 30i:',iit; lid w. ! 



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Will uulil further notice make DAILY TPJPS in the waters of the 
Chequamej;on Baj', as follows : 



•^ 



Leave Asbland fur Washburn, 
9 a. m., '2 p. ni.; Leave Wash, 
burn for Bayfield, G.30 a. m., 2.:iO 
p. m.; leave Prentice's Stone 
Quarry, 9 55 a m., 2.55 p. m.; 
leave Bayfield for return, 11 a. 
in., 4.15 p. m ; leave Preu- 
{r^ tice's Stone Quarry, 11. -Jj a. ni., 
5.:iJ p. ui. ; leavt* Washburn, I'J.Oo 
p. m., G p. ni. ; arrive at A-;lilatid. 
l',»30p. m., G.:iOp. m. 

Boat will stop at Madeline 
^'' _ ._ . T'" ' — ' Island both ways. 

Tho boat can be chartered for EVENING EXCURSIONS at Chequaraegon Hotel, or aboard the boat. 




Y*^ms^ wd-a Bt-Wv ^B< ■ni'm^ t 



■ »i^Nj ^^a^ (««»»' rs^^dHV^niai^^ 



N, S. SOl»l*:it, Froprli-tor, ^L\NUFACTUi:EH OF 




light ami Heavy Wagons anii Sleighs. f/!ill Work Done on Short flotice. 



Kepaiiiri„- Ui'lUnJ I'roiui-lly 1'. 



A.SIII.AMJ, WISCONSIN. 



lUlllfllS C[liTPu'iL 



In Short and Direct 
I n\ Route from 



CHICAGO, SOUTH, 



Cudahy Brothe^Sci^Hams, Shoulders, Bacon, 

MiLAVAlliEE, WISCONSIN. ^ Pork, Lard, Beef, Sausa;;e, Etc., Etc. 



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Cooper Bros (John and Henry), hardware, 

403 2d w. 
Coyne John G, bill poster. 110 7lh w. 
Cratiberry Lumber Co (ltd). George W 

Stevens mngr, 3 Vnugbn blk. 
Crogster Charles, iuiiilxr, IS Shores' blk. 
Cross Thomas C, music teaclier, 418 6th 

w. 
Culbert TVm, propr Eau Claire House, 

cor 7lh ave and 3d w. 
Cummiuirs Mrs JIC, dre.=.imkr. 300 2d w. 
Daily & Gray (Jolin Daily, W II Gray), 

produce citmn, 319 2d e. 
Dalrymple vt Carring'.on (X JI Dairy mple, 

H R CarringtoD). hardware, 102 2 i w. 
Dan.son Andrew J, confctnr, 31o 2d e. 
Darwin Albert, confctnr. ,oO'J 2d e. 
Darwin David, confctnr. 210 2d w. 
Darwin .lolin, confctnr. 203 2d e. 
Darwin Peter, confctnr. 114 2d w. 
Davis WilberG. lumber. 15 Sliores' blk. 
Dehnko Gustave, propr St Charles Hotel, 

117 3d nve w. 
Deming Charles P, dentist. 123 2d e. 
Deunin Patrick, saloon. .S17 2d w. 
Denomie .Tcseph, grocer, 1116 St Clair. 
I>enoinic S & ^oii (Samuel and Wm), 

General Store. 1220 St Clair. 
Devine Charles P, shoes, 313 2d w. 
Dillon Andrew, saloon. 222 2d w. 
Dofkcry & £iiii;:><to!i (Edward .T 

Dockery, John T Kingston), Lawyers, 

.518 2d w. 
Doeuitzit Grimes (AuL'usf Doenilz. Horace 

C Orime,^) tinners. ;;23 Vaughn ave. 
Holier I V 5Jcriinr<l,LumljerMnfr.Foot 

of AViiler. 
ItolitTly »V, HSotiahnu fPernard Do- 

lierty, Prank .Monahan), Planing Mill, 

Water nr 0th ave e. iSc/i mlr, opp ) 
Dopp & Watson (G W Dopp, .John A 

Walson). haidware, 311 2d c. 
Dormady Patrick, saloon. 419 2d e. 
Dowd .lohn. biewers' agent, 401 ")th ave e. 
Drifcoll .Tohn, street coinnr PO blk. 
Drolsoii Samuel, .saloon. 1412 St Clair. 
Dufur .Tohn V, Lawyer. 1 1 ."Chores' blk. 
Dullanty PaliioU .J, phnnbcr. Ill Vaughn. 
Duniont Octave, sali'(iii. "Jl'.l 2d e. 
Durfci: Win I!, .saw mill, foot 14lh ave w. 
Dyer .lame.- S.agt W < ' Line. N P Ibiilroml 

and 1, M and L S Transit Co, 3d ave 

and 4ih. 
E.igan Michael, taih.r. IOC, !:d w. 
Kijriy ^SSioiJili'l i^I, Propr Superior 

Ho\}se. 21 7 7th '.ve w. 
Easton .1 .Mills ^^: r„ {.] Mills. Robert P 

Easton) insurance. 19 Shores' blk. 
Eau Claire Houie. Wm Culbert propr, cor 

7th nve and 3d w. 



Cliicagf 



Grand Trunl( [i|, 



I^bldic Mrs USay. Propr Le Grande 

Hotel, 711 2d e. IS.e wii:, p l.i7 ) 
Edwards Miss Carrie, propr Lnion Hotel. 

cor Front and 14th ave w. 
Edwards Charles B. livery, 102 2d ave w. 
Egan & Callahan (Daniil Egan. George 

Callahan), carpenters. 404 Prentice ave. 
Ehrmann M & Co (Michael Ehrmann, Jo- 
seph E Palzisbergei ., shoes, 413 2d w. 
Ellis Edwin, phys. Security lianU bldg. 
Ellison & Sundell (Charles Ellison, John 

Sundell), proprs Normanna House, 712 

2d w. 
Enright T W ic Co (Timothy W Eurlghf). 

salfjon, 208 2d w. 
Ewer H D. feed, 214 2d w. 
Fabian Riv Father (Catholic). 
Falardeau Charles B, baker, .-^23 St Clair. 
Feebelkorn, F .\I. grocer, 1112 2d w. 
Fennelly Edward, register of deeds. Court 

House. 
Field Stoddard, meats, 218 4th ave w. 
Fierek Nicholas, saloon, 114 I4th ave e. 
Fifield Sam S, postmaster, cor Ellis ave 

and 2.1. 
First Xalioiinl ES:iiik (Capital ■■?100,. 

000). Edwin Ellis Pres, Sam S Fitieid 

Vice-Pres, C E Street Cash, cor Ellis 

ave and 2d. 
Fischbein .Max, clothm^j. 20.'j 2d e. 
Fisher W J, meats, I1i;iil 2d w. 
Filch James B. citv clerk. P () blk. 
Platan E S A Co (Edward S Flataui.shoes, 

302 2d w. 
Flynn Nicholas, saloon, 208 3il ave w. 
Foeller Joseph, propr I'ark House. 1600 

2d w. 
Forster Henry, salooii. 1318 St Clair. 
Forthman Wm, meats, 414 2d e. 
Franker & Feierfcil (John Franker. 6 

Feierfeil), tailors. 420 2d w. 
Franklin House, Jolui .McMidlin propr, 107 

Ellis ave. 
Frazit-r W P. barber. 10.-) 2d e. 
Fra/,ier & Kinsman (.lames Frazier, Her- 
bert Kinsman), barbers, t-^lJ3 2il w. 
Frederick Charles L. lawyer, 107 3ii ave w. 
Frpnrh IJussell W, hanlwarr, 823 2d w. 
Frondiollz Amelia, dressmaker, 803 2d w. 
flallaglier Emma, dressmkr. 102 2d w. 
Garviv .Martin B, propr St Clair House. 

213 7th ave w. 
Gcisler Antonio, furniture, 21.5 2d e. 
Gerth Emil, projir Ashland Herold. 311 

2d e. 
Gielle Herman G, drugs. 712 2d e. 
Oiesregea G J, propr Kopplin House, 

Stunt/ ave Cor 2d. 
Gilman .Mr.s M E, dressmaker. 311 2J e. 
Glltler Moritz, jeweler. 119 2d e. 

Palace and Dinin<? Cars 

ON ALL THROUGH TRAIKS. 



rirUJTnnP THK DRODESSER ?I>FG ro., MBnuradarcrs of Hjilrsulic Sttara Bud ] 

tLttH I Urio. Hinil-PoMpr ra^spnspr :.n(i Freight ELtTATUIiS, Pumps. Marehou«e p.ml Store j 

Trnrts, Automatic Hrat Korters. Heat liefriu-erators, Etc. il-J-oH Commerce St., Milwaukee, Mis. 

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d "^ 1 S '' '^-^ -' - - ■• ■ :- ■ :.-■■' y.^.^i^'^ 

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J. SULLIVAN. L. VAN HECKE. 

J. SUL-L-IiZKN St CO.. 

WHOLESALE COMMISSION, 

Frnits, Vegetables, Produce, Flour, Hay, Feed and Grain. 

CAR LOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY^ <■ FIRST-CLASS COLD STORAGE. 



Location on Wisconsin Central Railroad Tracks, 
Near W. G. Depot, 

ASHLAND, - - WISCONSIN. 

BEfEUE.Nt i:s-.\-iti.AND Naticnai. Bane. Fir-t Nationat. }!ank f orre siion.lpnce ! 

X^ J^> r^ ^- ^- WALKER, 




*'Ms:i^^ MM, sis™ I Gas Flltil 



I 





ALSO DEALER l.N 



V^?^^ BRASS and IRON GOODS 



J^-_^ STEAM,WATER AND GAS 



. iJ 



hom:, CAsKir-^. imckim;. ktc. 

116 Second Ave., West, ASHLAND. WIS. 



B POIIiiKTV. FRANK JtONAHAX. 

KSHL-?\rSD BOX I=7aCTORV. 

MANCFAC'TL'RFBS OF 

PACKING BOX SHOCKS OF ALL KINDS. 

OKDEKS if.OIvlCIXEU. 



Factory and Lumbar Yard Foot of Water St., 
ASKLAND, - - - WISCONSIN. 

»~% )• gr T-^ • **^' '^ "'"' ' ' I'oilrtll St., Foil. I <lu L.TO, WU. 

i^ ilfCt t ' 1^ Tprs ? p Is 111,. iMm-o I., isiiy* u.v^h:i:um;is. I'l tNos, 
^.~>w .J h s^HBj «uci.i^^ and .hcsic.vl t.Nsnsi .^iknt-. 



"CorJmia" 



Ed. Ascherma 



rmann &. Co., Milwaukee. yrfUJl S(l J;U 



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Gleason & Co (Miss Lia Gleason. Mrs 

Ethul Cliamtwrs). iniUiners. 1-3 2il w. 
Gocllz Bros (Adam \V and Heary), saloon, 

310 2d w. 
Grand Opera House, Max Kind mngr, 3d 

ave near 2d. 
Green Edmund II, general store, 1023 St 

Clair. 
Guinand & Rocliat (Ale Gninand August 

Rocliat), jewelers, 204^ 2d w. 
Hagerly Jauiea M. real estate, 420 2d w. 
Haighl Uev P H (Methodist), 791 Sth av w 
Haley & Mausir (Mrs S A Elaley, Mrs E A 

JIansir), dressmakers, COO 2d w. 
Eallada Joseph, saloon, 110-i St Chur. 
- Halrassen John, saloon, llOl 2d w. 
Harael Joseph A, saloon, .521 'Jii e. 
Hanson Bros (Peter and Christian), llour, 

413 2d e. 
Hanson Nelson, tailor, 207 2d e. 
Hanteu Nicholas, meats, G13 Vaughn ave. 
Harper li W. carpenter, 800 7th ave w. 
Harrison G \V & Co (GeorEre \V Harrison, 

Albert ^\'a^ner), drugs, 404 2d w. 
Hart Matthew .1, county elk. Court House. 
Hartley C H, div sujit JI,L S & W Ky, 43 

Shores' blk. 
Harville Frank, ice, iriOl St Clair. 
Hasselt 'Wm, saloon, 204 2d ave w. 
Hayes John I), city marshal. P O hlk. 
Hazard V C. agent .M, L S it \V Ky, cor 

Ellis ave ami Uth. 
Heavenrich Sul ifc Co (Sul Heftvtnrich, F 

Newman), clnthing, 414 2d w. 
Hedman John, propr Norway House, 209 

2d ave w. 
Heucke Fred W, saloon, 117 2d e. 
Hcrlierg Mrs IMargaret, dressmaker, 108 

5tli ave e. 
HeydlaufV Hohert C, reeeiver U S Land 

Odieo. Security Hank Mdg. 
Ileydlaiiir «.V <>»1m»iii (Robert C 
Hevdhuiir, Arthur i; Oshnrni. Ueal Ks 
tate and l.oiin Agents, 1st National Uuiik 
BUlg. {Stradc, j> l.U ) 
Higby A- Co(nenry F ami Sirnb E Higby), 

jewelers, 416 2d w. 
Iloolidniinor ISros (lUnrv and 
Mieliael). Florists and Vei-!ablts. 31,j 
6th ave w. {S,r. a.li', ,, j:::'.] 
Hockriclgc Jennie. drL'siunkur. 100 2d w. 
lEolItrook .! S, Mngr Aimour Packing 

Co, ConinuTci.d Knw. 
Hopkins Charks H, city assessor, P.)Sl- 

offlce blk 
Hopkins Geome M, locksmith, 204 34 

ave w. 
Hopkins & IVarce (T Kiigene Ilnpkins, 
George F Pearcr), photographers, HOG 
2d w. 



ilnppcr Oforfc'C II, Propr The 

Chequamegon and Mngr Burton House. 

Hurley, Wis, Front and 2d w. {See adv. 

p 130 ) 

Hopper & Burrill (John T Hopper, W E 

Burrill), restaurant, 210 2d w. 
Hosmer Albert H. baths, 321 oil w. 
Hosmer & Hosmer (Matthew S and Andrew 

J), physicians, 1st National Bank bldg. 
Huber JIrs Francis, grocer, 1300 5t Clair. 
Huber Wolfgang, coufctr, 301+ 2d e. 
Huper Frank, saloon, 722 St Clair. 
Hyland AVra P, mngr Wisconsin Tel Co, 

14 Vaughn blk. 
Hyues John, propr Michigan House, 201 

2d ave w. 
Ike Frank, saloon, .^12 2d w. 
Johnson JIrs Hans, milliner. Ill 2d w. 
Johnson Olo, mngr Northern Mnfg Co, 

foot 9lh ave w. 
Johnson Otto, propr Christiana House, 800 

2d w. 
Jones E G, confectioner, 1420 St Clair. 
Joyce John, propr Joyce House, 407 2d e. 
Ju'dd Charles L, boat livery, Vaughn's 

Dock. 
Kanneberg Frederick, grocer, 505 2d e. 
Keely ^V'm, saloon, 1222 St Clair. 
Keenan Patrick, crocer, 709 2il c. 
Kepler Edward M, grocer, 422 2d w. 
Keystone Lumber Co. J \V Cochran pres. 
F H Payne sec, cor 0th ave w and Front. 
Kilbourne Uev Wm (Congregational), 900 

6lh ave w. 
Kind Max. mngr Grand Opera House, 3d 

ave nr 2d w. 
King Katie C, giocer, 210 2d e. 
Klilzke Wm, coiifLCtioni.T, 307 2d e. 
Knight John H, capUali-;t. Knight blk. 
Koch Joachim J, meats. 1304 St Clair. 
Koehler () 0, agt Am Exp Co, 117 Vaughn 

ave. 
Koeslier Joseph, bookbndr. 110 Stuntzave. 
Kohout N'eil. gunsmith, 221 2il e. 
Kolinan Louis I'i; Co (Loid.s and Phil Kol- 

man). books, 301 2d w. 
Kopplin House, G J Giesregen propr, 

Siimlz ave cor 2d. 
Koiiplin it Luedke (Julius Kopplin, Her- 
man Luedke>, saloon, 113 2d w. 
Kronrjuist Guslav, propr Svea House, 31S 

9th ave w. 
Kruschke Herman, planing mill, 404 9tli 

ave w 
Kiibn Willis D. saloon. 407 2d w. 
Kur-ioi^ki Itlarliii J, Merchant Tail- 
or, 1119 St Cl.air. (..Sv adv. p 139.) 
Laccy Hurry E, restaurant, 112 2d w. 
Ladies' Auxiliary Y M C A, :\Ir3 E D Per- 
kins see, cor Ellis ave and 3d. 



Horth Star Ironworks. 

l<l£lsH .llA.MtAHl KIM. fO. 
if.sniand, - - WlsconBin. 



.VUIiiiii.-l.t,, siiiv Mill ?1«,10i 
Speed Kn::inei, nflll.T«. I'onf 



«, JlachiDhts, Founders, r.oilerni.ikerB, 
ry. Jliiii,,^- Jlniliimry, CorlN.i and lllf;li 
Iraniinllthig Maclihierj, etc. Seep, (i 



Tor 



I ■ I P^-^aH Are inTalnable for rfstorine and mnintaininor ft henUhy action of the 

"'!'-!il t 'r iilQ Skin aadreIioTiiiirIuteruBlConstntlous,t:ol(!s,Hularia,nnd for Purl- 
UlUJI JiiSUillU fjiagthe Blooil. The Batlis af Jauesvillc, Wis., aro anions tlie Best. 



ASH 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTOET. 



ASH 



13: 



Lc Oraiulc J3oleI, Mrs Mav Ebb'.ie, Lake Supei-ior SJei-f Co (Swift & 

Piopr, 7U -M c. {S,-,iili\ biJ'.'-c ) Co), li V bliepherd Mnu'r, M are w aud 

Lake Michigin A: L;iku Superior Transit Wisconsin Central Track. (,Sa' adv, p 

Co, J S Dyer aj.Tt, ;;,! ave andiUi. 130.) 




T.BOXDY, Formerly witli Parish Works. 
J. H. BONDY, Formerly foreman 

I'arish Works. 

BONDY BROS., 

ASHLAr^D 

I BOILER WORKS 

Boilers, Tanks, Heaters, Stacks, 
Breechings, Skips, and Buckets. 

Estimates Cheerfully Funiisbed. Repair- 
ing Promptly Pone. All orders for 
repairs by mail or telegraph 
promptly atteiuled to and 
satisfaction guaranteed. 

Shops, V^ater St., near W. C. Ore Dock, 
A8IIL.1M>, WIS. 



IE GRANDE MOTEL 

MRS. EBBI^IE. 

NEWLY FURNISHED. Board S I per day or $4.50 per Week. 

'711 S:SCOI:TnD STJP.2;32riT HZ^^ST, 
ASHLAMD, - - WISCONSIN. 



PHILLIP BREMNEK, 

BLMinilllEFAiliSllflF 






Horseshoeing a Specialty. 1 V j;- "'^r: • '""^ •- " 



Cooi] Work aud lleawiiiilde I'rlres. 

C«»r. 7lli Alt'. Hiul 'J«l M., 
ASm.AM>, - WIHCOXSIX. 



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Lamortux, Gk-a^on, Shea & Wright (C X 
Lanioreux. E-l F Glea^oii, Wm F Shea, 
Audrew F \V rit;ht), lawyers, C-t Shures' 
bile. 

Lampson Orlti L. flnvir, 721 Frunt, e. 

Laadauer Sarmicl, jeweler, 111 2:1 e. 

liangcluu !Mrs E 0, tailor, 207 3J ave w. 

Larpen L & Co (Louis Larsen, ,jena Wil- 
man, Peter Hansen), grocers, 322 9th 
ave V,'. 

Lauchlin G Y,chief clerk M, L S & W Ry, 
43 Sliores' bik, 
^ Lawson Alexander, restaurant, 407 2d w. 
' La/arus Joseph, tailor, 20.3 Ellis a^e. 

Le I'eaii \Vm. dyer. 32.j VatiL'hn ave. 

Lehrkind Bros (Chailea and Paul), general 
store, 421-423 2d e. 

Leighy & Garnich (Ervin Leihy, Erail Gar- 
nich), hardware. 412 2ii w. 

Leonard Alexander, saloon. 1401 2d w. 

Levin Morris, clothinu', 711 2d vr. 

Levy Charles, clothing, 100 2d w. 

Levy ^- Ginsburg (.) I Levy, H H Gins- 
bnrg). cigar mnfrs, 209 Ellis ave. 

Literski Anton, tailor, 317 2d e. 

Livingston J it Vo (.Jacob and S Living- 
ston) jewelers, 311 2d w. 

Lloyd George E, drugs, 41.3 2d c. 

Lonsdale Henry, propr Atlantic Hotel, lOj 
Stnntz ave. 

Lowen IJernard, jeweler. 214 2d w. 

Lucas Ben 8. head clerk. The Coniniercial. 

Lumber and Log Owners' .■\ssn, li !> Pike, 
prcs, C F Latimer, sec, office Northern 
Natl Bank, 

McArthur A C, hnrnrss. 114 2d ave w, 

McCarthy T F, atrt Columbus A: Hocking 
Coal and Ir(.n Co, Ut Xatl P.auk bldr.' 

UlcCliiitotk <' Xi rvorcll. Lumber, 
(.'omniission and In.-pectlou; Agt Lake 
MichiL'an and Lake Su|HMior Transporta- 
tion Co, 1.3 Shores' BIk. (.Stt' adv, p 
7,r.5.) 

McClouil &. .McCullv (Georire H McCloud, 
,lamcs:M((.'idh K lawyer , P.'l.jilice bIk. 

;il<-l>criii<»l( .\ioli<»la», Ueal Estate 
and In^iirniic. ""(', -Uli ave w. 

McL>out;all Ali-xandi.T .). trrocer, G22 2d w. 

McFa.Ide:; A lleiiiiuuin (.binu-* .McFadden. 
Einil ,1 Ileumanu) oysters, 2d bet 2d and 
3d av.H. 

]1Jl4'<;iiii-4' iifor;;*'. Propr Ashland 
. House, tilO 2d w. i.S?r' ./(/)■, ')?.p ^ 

Mclulo.-h .] H, Ins ngt. Post.oJiice blk. 

McKinnon Hugii, phys, 300 2d w. 

5Icl\in/.ie lV Hovey (Peler .T Mclvinzie, 
Alexander HuVey), saloon, C12 2d w. 

McAIimles \\ .1, plumi)er, .^^1)4 2.] w. 

ilc.Mullcn .lohn, propr Frankdn House, 
107 Ellis .ave. 



McXeil r?Irs Anna, Proprietor The 
C.imraercial, o01-30ij 2d w. 

JIcQiiilliu Mi-i J. midiner, .576 2d w. 

Mackmiiler T F, city treas, Po^totKce blk. 

JIackmiller Woi H, erocer, 701 2d e. 

Madden John, phys, 2S Shores' blk. 

.Alahouey Samuel, saloon, 723 2d e. 
i Mahoney Sisters (Nellie and Katie), dress- 
makers, 102 2 1 w. 

Malmberg Sebe, jeweler, .508 2d w. 

T'.Ialonev C H, saloon, 303 2d w. 

Malum Tlioiiias A, Grocer, 1100 2d 
west. 

3I;irc!ics*aiilt J .Vrlliiir, Phvsician, 
204 Sth ave w. 

Merek Josejih, grocer, 1018 St Clair. 

IMarkwiiz 'Wtii, confctr. 2(jri 3d ave w. 

IMars John C, elk municipal court, Breen 
blk. 

Marshall George, pres common council, 
PostotHce bl Ir. 

Jlarshall John, saloon, 723 Front e. 

illartiii A: Silliniaii (W L Mirlin, E 
H Silliman), Lumber Inspectors, 33-34 
Shores' Block, 

ilarx Susanna, meats. 1100 St Clair. 

Matthews J B it Co (Jolin B, L F, George 
and S F. .Matthews), grocers, 317 Ellis 
ave. 

Mattsdn :\Ials. sIierilT, Court House. 

^ca<'. «V i>ix(in i.Vrtiiur U Mead, 
Albert IC Dixou). .\.ttorueys-al-Law, G, 
8 and 10 Vaughn Block. 

Meauy Joseph, "aloon, 223 2d e. 

Mercer .Vlimzo W, erocer, 323 3d ave w. 

^Merchants' Hotel, T P Wentworth propr, 
213 3d ave w. ^ 

MersiiiL'tr Adam K, notions, 303 2d w. 

Metzdorf August, saloon, .514 2d w. 

ilezerow Bros it Co. (Jose|ih. David and 
Morris ilezerow) 2d hand Lroods.6i7 2de. 

Miars George W, agl Ohio Coal Co, "Wis- 
consin Central Duck. 

Michicran House, John Hynes propr, 201 
2d ave w. 

Milbauer .Marv. irrocer. 717 3d ave w, 

Mdes John J.'lawvrr, .3(i3 2d w. 

:iiillci- .V <•«» (F W .Mdier. John Mosi--, 
Ernst MMickeli. Brewery. 117 loth :iv o. 

Mil^vaukt'*', Lake «iiioro A- \Vc«l- 
ern By L'o. C U Hartley Uiv Supt, F C 
Hazard Agt, cor Ellis ave and fith, Mar- 
tin Schrank Agt, Ore Dock, (fite fnh: ) 

Monger John A. editor and propr Weeklv 
Tiroes, 1st Natl Bank bldg. 

Montgomery & Stocks (Win Montg.iraery, 
"Wni Sioctisi, p.ainters. .5011 2d w. 

Moore .Mrs J J, grocer, 902 St Clair. 

Slori.^elt Mary, dressmkr, 41.3 2d e. 



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GEORGE McCUIRE, Proprietor, 
610 2d Street .West, - ASHLAND, WISCONSIN. 

RATES, SI. 50 PER DAY. 

This Ilolel has lately been bought, furnished and equipped by me, and is located in the 

center of the city, opposite the Court Uouse Square, and convenient to 

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315 Ctli Avenue We«l, ■ - ASSIL.VM>, UISCON*.I\. 



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HcTseslipelDg a specially. All Orders PioBpily Altsnilttl tc, 

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Morrison House, ilrs Sarah E Morrison, 

propr, 2r2(5 Frout. 
Mowalt & Thompson (D W MnwHtt, C F 

Thompson), taw miil, fo3t 'Willes ave. 
Mueller Gustavus, employment bureau, 

107 3d e. 
Murray Joseph H, drayman, IOC 2 J ave w. 
Murray Michael, conftr, 7il '2d e, 
Nels5n John, clothioL', tlOo 2d w. 
Neuenschwauder Albert, laundry, 109 

Frout w. 
New Brunswick House, John Roy propr, 

105 3d ave e. 
Niclet House, M Sevmour propr, 115 2d e. 
Noble A B & Co (Addison B Noble), ins, 

.5'23 2d w. 
Noble Jolin G, stenogr. Breen blk, 
Normanua House, Ellison & Sundell 

proprs, 712 2d v,-. 
IVorlli Star Iron ^Vorks (Parish 

Mnfs Co), \y F Parish Pres, Treas and 

Genl Magr, Thomas Bariloa Vice-Pres , 

Thomas A Parish ;je^; Directors, J IT 

Knight, W M Torakios, Sam S h'ifield, 

Edwin Ellis, Thomas Bardon, Thomas 

A Parish, W F Parish, cor :!3d ave 

and Front. {Sfe lift holtijia lines 

and 2^ 6.) 
Northern Grain Mercantile Co, O AV 

Mosher pres. E G Scott sec, tliiur mill, 

Lake Front font Ellis ave. 
Northern Mnfi; Co, Ule Johnson mngr, 

foot 9th ave w. 
Northern National Baolv (capital. .slOO, 000; 

surplus, sl7,o!JOi, E A Shores pres, C F 

Latimer cash, 2d w cor 4th ave. 
Northern Pucifn', Express Co, Geortre E 

Kobson i.gt, X P U K Depot. 
Northern Pacitic Uailroad, J S Dyer agt, 

3d ave and -llh. 
Northwestern Fuel Co, J H Younker agt, 

523 2d w. 
Norway House, John Hedmun propr, 209 

2d ave w. 
Nourse Krauk P, phvn, liiS 2il w. 
IVovcllj Iron \^ orU«, I) J Stylor 

Propr, nr Wise rm^iii Central Ore Docks. 

{S<y' adv. ji U9.\ 
O'Brien James .M , barber, 810 St Clair. 
O'Urien ,Iohii F, i^rix-.^r, 2',)o| Front e. 
Oettel ifc Tiillin- (Luii? Oetlel, Henry 

Trilliug). saloon, 31tj 2d w. 
Ohio Coal Co, Geor^'e W iliars agt, Wis- 
consin Central Dock. 
Old Ijake Sliore Hou.se, Hubert Zingsheim 

propr, 1418 St Clair. 
01.*.on Bert, shoes, .SI 5 2d w 
Olson John, shoemkr, 11.) 2 1 e. 
Olson & Co (K C t.ilson, Fred Hudson), 

grocers, 407 Bca-er ave. 



O'Neil Miss Mamie C, dressmkr, 9 Goeltz 

blk. 
O'^ullivan's Coniuiercitil Aossde- 

my. E J O'Sullivan Priu, Vauuhn Li- 
brary BIdg. {See right irp lines.)' 

O'SuiSivun F.iisciie J, Prin O'Sulli- 
van's Commercial Aca<lcmy, Vaughn 
Library Bldg. {Sec rigid top lines.) 

Ouger Joseph, saloon, 717 2d e. 

Our Record, A W Bowron publr, 7 Shores' 
blk. 

Ovcrholser Henry, real estate, 503 2d w. 

Packard & Foster (\V H Packard, OH 
Foster), lawyers, Breen blk. 

Paige Charles O, genl store, 712 St Clair. 

Parish John K. circuit judiie, Court House. 

PMrisli i^Siiii!ira<-(iiriiiK Co, (N<jrth 
Star Irnn W.uks), 'yV F Parish Pres, 
Treas and Genl .Mni^r, Thom.as Bardon 
Vice-Pres, Thomas A Parish .Sec; Direc- 
tors, J H Knight, A\' M Tomkins, Sara S 
Fi field, Edwin Ellis, Tliomas Bardon, 
Thomas A I'arish, \V F Parisli. cor 33d 
nv andFront. (.Sec Uft bottuin lines and |) 
6-.) 

Park House, Joseph Foeller propr, 1000 2d 
w. 

Farmeter II E, Ice, 901 St Clair. 

Paronto Henry, barber, 1st National Bank 
bldg. 

Parsons Robert W, cigar mnl'r, 121 2d w. 

Pearce & Fay (Charlej Pearce, John Fay), 
confctnr, 004 2d w, 

Pcckhatn George O, crockery. 801 2d w. 

Perkins Ernest D. phys. 111 2(i w. 

Peters George, saloon, 1314 St Clair. 

Peterson Andrew P. biksmith, 107 N 3d 
ave e. 

Peterson Ole I, saloon, S13 2d w. 

Petrie it AV'illiams (Charles Petrie, Daniel 
Williams'!, saloon. 122 2d w. 

Pool Franklin J, dry ynods, ,",00 2d iv. 

Po,)ley W'm (', supt Ashland \Vater Co, 
Vaughn blk. 

Powers \i M, lawyer, .'ilS 2 1 w. 

P.iwers it Fosshage (C E Powers, J 
Fosshnixe), grocer.>>, 720 2il w. 

Poziski Thomas, clothing, 811 2,1 w. 

Prentice Brown Stone Co, Frederick Pren- 
tice pres, George H Burr .sec, 106 2d 
ave w. 

Prentice Frederick, real est. lOO 2,1 ave w. 

Priilemou \Vm A, sew machs. 508 2d w. 

Prince E F iV Co (Eugene F, John B 
Prince, Henry Scott), furniture, 500 
2 1 w. 

Print/, & Son (Frederick and Joseph), 
saloon. 1400 St Clair. 

Railroaders' Home, Ole O Valstad propr, 
221 8;h ave w. 



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Randall Bros (Louis L ami Charits E), 
pbotogrs. 307 2d w. 

Rath Wm P, grocer, 312 2d'e. 

Recelein John C, sliIood, 220 2d w. 

liell John >fc Co (John Red, Audrew Per- 
raull), livery, 222 Slunlzave. 

Reynolds Sluart V, grocer. S22 2d w. 

Ridge Win. restauraut, N P U 11 Depot. 

Rinehart W T, res physician Ashland Hos- 
pital, cor StuutE live and St Clnir. 

Rislin Rev H (LulheninV un Willes ave. 

Ritchie J C, wootl, cor Wiik-s ave and 
Front. 



Hitter diaries M. jeweler. 209 2d e. 

Robson George E, agt X P Exp Co, N P 
R R Depot. 

Rodman ifc Prince (N D Rodman. R B 
Prince), boat livery. Chefiuamcson Dock. 

Roehm John C, meats, b22 St Clair. 

Rooney Nicholas C, saloon, 318 2d w. 

Rose Harry P, luraiier inspr,19 Shorts' bik. 

Ross H E, livery. 714 2d w. 

Ross John N, furniture, 513 2d e. 

Rossman Georce P, la-ivver, 2 Goeltz hlk. 

Rowley L B itCo (Lester B Rowleyj, plan- 
ing mill, foot 9lh ave w. 






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P^-.:p Jfe^^t Fish, Oysters, 

Gcimc, Uultcr, Ejij^s, Cheese, 

Meatv of all Kinds and Sausnues, 

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TEEt^^IS, SI. 50 PI:E5 DAY. 

212 and 216 3d Ave. Vies!, ■ ASHLAflD. Yi\S. 



ST. CLAIR HOUSE, 

KENNETH ANDISON, Propr. 

1416 ST. CLAIR STKKET, 

Near Luke Shore Dotlis. 

Rates, SI-OO Per Day. 

ASHLAND, - - WISCOIISIN. 



HEYDLAUFF&OSBORN, 

Real Estate 

AND 

LOAN AGENTS. 

Fine, Hard <Too<l and aiiirral Landi. 
Office, First National Bank Building. 

ASHLAND, WISCONSIN. 



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Iloy Jrihn, propr >»'ew Brunswick Hotel, 

105 3J ave e. 
Pvude Peter, barber, 100 Stuniz ave. 
Runkel Augusta E. milliner, 211 2d e. 
Kussell Ezra W, marble -works, 321 

Vamrlin ave. 
Russell John, saloon, PM 2d w. 
St Charles Hotel, Gustave Dehnke propr, 

217 :!d ave w. 
St Clair SIoii<>o, Kenneth Andison 

Propr, UlOyt Clair. (Seeodr. p liD 
St Chiir Hf'use, II U Garvey propr, 213 

Till ave w. 
St John John, act Minnesota Kitchen Cab- 
inet Co, 90S 2d w. 
St Joseph's Hospital, SLstcr ilary Vin- 

cenlia superior, cnr O.i ave and Front. 
Sampson Duportul G, real estate, .j-6 

Shores' block. 
Sanders M P & Co (Milton P Sanders, 

John Gi'rold\ grocers. 201 2d e. 
Schaefer Gustave, liarlier. 301 2d e. 
Schaetzle Louis, barber, Stwntz ave ft 2J. 
Schiller it Johnson (II O Schiller L il 

Johnson), barbers, 715 2d w. 
Schlitz Jos IBrcwing Co, John Dowd agt, 

401 fith ave e. 
Schottnmeller Franz X, grocer, 1423 2d w. 
Schreuder Uros (Theodore H and Louis S), 

drugs, 103 2d w. 
Schwager Isaac C, clothing, 308 2d w. 
Schweisthal Mathias, brewers' agt, 211 2d 

ave w. 
Scott liart B, county treaR, Court House. 
Scott, Hul)bell it Taylor (John F Scott, 

Fred F Hubbell, James H TaylorV plan- 
ing mill, 3d ave and 4ih. 
Security Savings B.iidi. J S Edis prrs, E 

H Ellis cash. Security Bank bldi;. 
Sell George, surveyor. Court Hou^-e. 
Series Jolni K, confectioner, cor Prentice 

avo and 2d. 
Scverence ElishaF. confectioner, cor Whit 

llesey ave and 3J 
SejW'r i>:iiiiel .1, Propr Novelty Iron 

Works, near Wisconsin Central Ore 

Docks. (.V. ndl-. p 12U ) 
Seymour Jlichael, propr ISiclet House, 115 

2d e. 
Shea Wm F, city atly, Postottice bik. 
Sherinau George L. saloon. 314 2d w, 
Sherman Mrs Martha S, milliner, 302 2.1 w. 
Shores' Buildinir Assoriution, <;h:ules F 

Latimer sec. ollioe XorlhiTn Xall Bank. 
Shores' Lumber Co, !■; A Shares pres, C F 

Latimer «ec. fo.il lleiioer ave. 
Sieotli? .loiin 55, Black>..milh, Horse- 

shoer aud llnfr Pcvey and Lumber- 
men's Ti.ols .'OO 2d c. I'-^e^ adi\]i 1J9.) 
Skill Stephen M, saloon, 411 2d w. 



Smith Bros (Harry B. John S and Abraham 
L), installment goods, 113 2d w. 

Smith C L. commission, 708 2 1 w. 

Smith Frederick C, florist, 2 18-222 7th ave. 

Smith & Iloppenyan (Thomas C Smith. 
Bernard Hoppenyan), undertakers, 103 
3d ave e. 

Snyder Clarence, propr Ashland News, 
211 Vaughn ave, 

Soper Hou.-e, iirs B Yeomans propr, 210 
9th ave w. 

Sopcr \allinii S, Propr City Shoeing 
Shop and Mnfr Carriages, Wagons and 
Sleiiihs, cor yth ave and 3d w. (See adv, 
p 133.) 

Spencer R F & Co (Ripley F Spencer), 
harness, 2u> 4th ave .v. 

Staerke Elerm.an J, meats, 320 9;h ave w. 

Standard Oil Co, E G Scott agt, 3d ave 
cor 31. 

Stark Albert W, barber, 402 2d w. 

Stcasticr Plow l2oy, Capt F A 
Bischotl Propr, Franklin House. {See 
ado, p 133.) 

Steele Gavin M, drugs, 123 2d e. 

Stenz Bros (John and ^Vm), grocers, 719 
2.1 e. 

Stevens Mrs J L, dressmaker. 102 21 w. 

Stevenson Arthur L, dry gouds. 109 2d e. 

Siockholm House, C A Anderson propr, 
710 2d w. 

Struckraeyer E A, cigars. 317 2d w. 

Sullivan Dennis, confectr, 120 2d w. 

Sullivan John, confectr, 130*! St Clair. 

Sullivan .B &. Co (.lerry Sullivan, 
Leonard Van Hecke). Wholesale Cora- 
mission, Fruils. Vegetables, I'roduce, 
Flour, Etc, Commercial Row nr Wis- 
consin Central Depot (Sec adr. p 135.) 

Sullivan & Cramer (Jeremiih Sullivan, 
C N Cramer), grocers, 723 2d w. 

Summers B W, rgt C, St P, M& O Ry, 
Dcpnt cor 7M1 ave and Jth w. 

Siiporior Eloime, Michael il Early 
Propr, 217 7tli ave w. 

Sutherland Shoe Co, L Sutherland 
pres, AC Ambler sec. lUO 2d w. 

Sutherland Walter R, saw mill, foot Pren- 
tice avenue. 

Svea House, Gustav Kronquist propr, 318 
9lh avenue w. 

Swanson August, saloon. 310 9Lh ave w. 

Swacsou vSwan, saloiin, 722 2d w. 

Tat'gart John W, barber, 2U2 2d w. 

Tanner S W, brick mnfr, 802 3d w. 

T.irbox Fred O, train master M, L S & 'W 
Ry. 44 Shores' b'.k. 

Tatro L R. barber, Colby Hou^e. 

Telford House, O Baker propr, 222 3d 
HVenue w. 



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Telford Thomas, SL'aler of iveiglils and 

measures, Poritoffice blk. 
Tellor Uschel, dressmkr, 1114 2d w. 
Thaj'er AIiss Miuy, laundry. ^IJT 2d av w. 
Thibault Henry, saluon, 501 2d e. 
Thiese Bros (\Vm H and Albert F), meats, 

218 2d w. 
Thomas G F, abstracter, 309 Beiiser ave. 
Toejiel I><(nis, Ai,'t Fred Miller Brew- 
ing Co of MiUvaukix' Wis. ol'J 3d w. 
Toiiiliiii<>, ."JSiMrill & Sisiilli (W M 

Tomkina, George F Merrill, Ben F 

Smith), Lawyers", ifOi 2.i w. 
Trciiioiit ll!oii.>>e, Bekkeu BrosProprs, 

212-21U 3d ave w. (.S,," adn, p IJfl.) 
Troaii Edward I, Attorney and 

Counselor-iit-Law, Ashland National 

Bank Bldg. 
Turner Joseph M, supt public schools, 314 

2d ave e. 
Twiggs iV; Rea (.lohn AY Twiggs, Wm 15 

Rea), real estate, 309 2d w. 
Union Hutel, Miss Carrie Edwards propr, 

cor Front and 11th ave w. 
United States Express CIo, J L Brown agt, 

400+ 2d w. 
United States Indian Agency, J[ A Leahy 

agt, 614 2d w. 
United Slates Land Oliice, R C Ileydlauft" 

receivtr, G W Carrington register. Secur- 
ity Bank bldg. 
Valstad Ole O, propr Railroad Home, 

221 Sdi ave w 
Van Dooser & Sandon (J F Van Dooser, 

WSSaudon), real estate, 20 Shores' blk. 
Van Wonuer Joseph H, laundry, S07 10th 

avenue \v. 
Vaughn Public Lilirary, W O Bancroft 

librarian, Vaughn blk. 
Vocol IJ, Mngr Val Blatz Brewincr Co 

(Ashland Uranrb), 320 Ellis ave. 
Walltcr Si <ji. Plumber, G.as and Sieam 

Filter, UG 21 ave w. (.S'l; adv, p 135.) 
Walsh Miehncl T, grocer, ."507 2d e. 
Waterman George, grocer. 523 Vaugliu av. 
Weaver Eli, shoemaker, 813 St Clair. 
Weed A A; Co (Alfred and Paul Weed), 

lumber, Securilv Dank bldg. 
Weed, Gumaer i Co (Wm H Weed, Tlie 

Gumaer I'.statei. grocer.s, 211 Ellis ave. 
Weed llunry \), drugs, 800 2d w. 
W.eiss Frank, saloon^ 807 St Clair. 
Welch Edward.saloon.cor 2dave w and 2 1. 
Welch P J. chief train <lespalcher.Ar, LS& 

W Ry, 44 Sbores' blk. 
Wcntwotth T P, propr Merchants' Hotel, 

213 od ave w. 
Wcrder Wm, saloon, 307 2 1 w. 
Western Union Telegraph ('.., B C Wil- 

kins mngr, 115 Vaughn ave. 



White Miss L W. milliner, 420 2d w. 

Wicklem M & Co (Martin Wi( klem, Sam- 
uel Anyviek), upliolsterers, 707 2 1 w. 

Wis."!!!"* A; Ii!c]iar<i«oii (D L Wig- 
gins. AV \V Riclmrdsoni. Lumber Inspect- 
ors. 12 Shores' lilk. {<r'e r-f''. p ISO,) 

Wllkins Benjamin C. mngr W U Tel Co, 
115 Vaughn ave. 

Willes Edward G, real estate, 211 Vaughn. 

Williams Jerome B, dentist, First National 
Bank bldg. 

Wilmarth L C, mayor, P O Mk. 

Wilson Frank S. drugs. 503 2d w 

Wilson W W & Co(\V W Wilson, 11 
Overholser), grocers, 523 2d ave e. 

Windom Edward II, real estate. First 
National Bank bldg. 

Windom Wm L, lawyer. First National 
Bank bldg. 

Wiuniger's flarmonia Band, Franz Win- 
niger leader, 203 2d ave w. 

Wischnewski Jo.seph & Co (Joseph Wis- 
chnewski, Martin Biedrzytcki), tailors, 
21S 3d ave w. 

\Vi>eoii«iii Central IJiie-i (Nortlu ru 
Pacific R R Co Lessee), J W Coria .\gcnt 
at Ore Docks, J S Dyer Agent, Dujiot, 
3d ave and 4th. (See adv.) 

AVisconsin Telephone Co, AV P Ilyland 
mngr, 14 Vaughn blk. 

AVolff Rev Isaac (Jewish). 

AVood Orman L, barber, 209 3d ave w. 

Wright & Kftchum (A W Wright. P II 
Ketchum. Saginaw, Mich) lumbi-r, 10 
Shores' blk. 

Yeomnns iirs Britannia, propr Soper 
House. 210 9lh ave w. 

Yorton Henry, restaurant. 117 Sluntz ave. 

Young Gilman G, grocer, 121 2d uve e. 

A'oung Jlen's Christian .\ssu, Wm Sloan, 
sec. cor Ellis ave and 3d. 

Z^'idth Iron Mining Co. Edwin Ellis, pres, 
N I AVillev. sec. 518 2d w. 

Ziehl.siiorll' E J August, tailor, 204 2d w. 

Zimmerman Jliehael. clothing, 200 2d w. 

Zminicrman Samuel, 2d hd goods, 007 2d e. 

Zingsheim Hubert, propr Uld Lake Shore 
House, 1418 St Clair. 

Zipperer it Foster (Alexander A Zipperer, 
Edgar Foster), bottlers, 1002 St Clair. 



ASHLAND JUNCTION. In Bay- 
field oouulv, at the juncli(m of llie (',, St. 
P., M. & b. Ry and X. P. R. R,, 22 miles 
south of Bavtield and 5 from Ashland. 
Population. 100. Exp. Am. Tel. W. U. 
Lucy M. Dickerson, postmaster. 

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ASH RIDGE. A farm house post- 
office, in Pu'clilanil county, 16 miles north- 
west of Kicbland Centre, the coucty icat, 
nearest railroad station and baniiing'point. 
Mail, daily. H. C. Householder, post- 
master. 

Groves Peter, blacksmith. 
Heidbrink .1 11. general store. 
Iloiiselioltlcr II C, General Store. 
Putuani \V it Son, nurjerv. 
Schullz Theodore, cheese mufr. 



ASHTON. A postoifice in Dane coun- 
ty, 10 miles northwest of r^Iadison, the 
county seat, and 3 north of 3Iiddleton. the 
nearest railroad Elation. Mailison is the 
nearest banking point. Population, 50. 
Mail, tri-wcekly. J. B. Esser, postmaster. 

Adler Michael, carpenter. 
Dre^sen Carl, physician. 
Esser I'crnard, ad:iicultural impts. 
Esser John, saloon. 
Esser JoM'pIi 15, Hotel. 
Kirschcck Simnn, tliorraaker. 
La Kay F \V, blacksmith. 
Kelfc'ior .!«>lm, General Store. 
Zennet Joseph, carpenter. 

' ASKEATON. A postotiice on the M. 
& N. It. K., in Brown county, 1~< miles 
south of Green Bay, the county seat, and 
5J from Kaukauna. the nearest banking 
point. Population, 3(J0. Tel. \V. U. :ilail, 
dally. 

Clune D, general store. 
Martens A, groeer. 
Patterson I>, saloon. 
Van den berg B, grocer. 
Wall E, grocer. 

ATHENS. Foimerh- known ai Black 
Creek Kails, is on the A, &. N. E. Ky, in 
Marathon county, 30 miles northwest of 
AVaiisau, the judicial se-it, and 1.") from 
DorcheBter, the usual bai klugiioint. Exp., 
Pacific Population, ;ji)0. K. A. StruppI 
postmaster. 

Bell John N, blacksmith. 

Biecha Krank, hotel. 

Bohling II. meats. 

ItriiKKtV Kn-jil'/.or. General Store. 

Degncr Henry, hardware. 

Degner it Kreulzer. general store. 

Qruelzinacher Franl:. blacksmith. 

.Tohn.«en. liiilbrock it Ilalsy, saw mill. 

Kreutzer Jf.hn, livery. 

Markwoldt F, shoemaker. 

Muiice .loliii «.V ""ioii. General Store. 



Xuernberg John, wagonmaker. 

Reilbrock, Schlegel iV 3Iii!er, Hour mill. 

Schicke Albert, shoemaker. 

Sfliu'tz Fred, hotel. 

Strtipn F A,Real Estate and Insurance. 

Williams L, railroad, exp and tel agt. 



ATTICA. A village on Big Sugar 
river, in Green county, iO miles northeast 
of Monroe, the county seat, 7 from Albany, 
the nearest railroad station, and 12 west of 
Evansville, the nearest banking point. 
Stages daily to Albany; fare, L'5 cents. 
Population, 100. Mail, daily. S. A. Scott, 
postmaster. 

Bartlett Joseph, saw and grist mill. 
Case Adelberl, carpenter." 
Clark Joshua, wagonmaker. 
Cleveland Benjamin, blacksmith. 
Ilcattiinan JSrs HI, Hotel. 
Jewell J O, carpenter. 
Keylock George, mason. 
Keylock llenrv, mason. 
:»lasco \V is. General Store. 
Oswald C, cheese mnfr. 
Persons Byron, live stock. 
I'lOgers Rev H (Methodist). 
Scott S j\. Creamery. 



ATWATER. A station on the C. :^r. 
& St. P. Ry, in Chester township, Dodge 
county, 10 miles south of Juneau, tiio 
county seat, and 4i south of ^Vaupuu, the 
nearest_ banking point. Population, .jO. 
Tel., W". V. F. 8. Jacobs, postmaster.gen- 
eral store and railroad agent. 

AUBURNDALE. In Wood county, 
on the Wis, Central Line, 24 miles north- 
west of Grand Rapids, the seat of ju'^tice 
and 9 southeast of Marshlield, the location 
of the nearest bank. Exp . Am. Tel., W 
U. Population, 500. Robert Connor, 
postmaster. 

Berg Nicholas M. saloon. 
I'.rickles Rev L F (Presbyterian). 
Connor Conipitn}, Saw Mill and 

Lumber. 
Connor House. F Markee propr. 
Fond du Lac Iron Co, charcoal. 
Friederich Otto, general store. 
Joch liev Joseph (Catholic^."' 
lilt'lfer .1 C A: Co. General Store. 
Lusk Jacol), justice and lawyer. 
Markee Frank, propr Connor House. 
Merkey August, carpenter. 
Merkey Edgar, railroad and exp agt 
O'liuen Geiirje, marshal. 
O'lJricii nrn (i, Miliiner. 



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Raut John, shoes and saicon. 

Sorenson yoren. blksmith aud wagonmkr. 

Uplegger Hev K (Lutberauj. 



AUGUSTA. A prosperous incorpo- 
rated city located on the C. St. P., M & 
0. Ky, ill J-^au Claire county, 105 miles 
northwest of Jlilvraukee, 12U southeast of 
St. Paul, and 22 soulhensf of Eau Claire, 
the seat of justice. Bridge Creek fur- 
nishes power utilized by 3 llouriug mills, a 
planing mill and sash, door and blind fac- 
tory, 2 saw mills, a chce-se factory and a 
creamery. It is the centre of a rich agri- 
cultural district, for which it is the re- 
ceiving aud distributing point, and is rap- 
idly advancing in wealth and importance. 
It has churches of the Baptist, Catholic, 
Lutheran and Jlethodi.it denominations, 2 
large school buildings, 2 hotels, a bank, 3 
e'evatois and a beautiful ami tastefully 
laid out park. Two live weekly newspa- 
pers, the h'irr;li' (Hep) and the To/un (Ueni), 
are published. The principal shipments 
comprise grain, beef, pork and live stock. 
Exp., Am. Tel., W. U. Population, 
1,280. C. A. Kirkham, postmaster. 

Adams Albert, cattle breeder, 2i miles e. 
Anderson John, Mksniitli aud inipts. 



Aii^Mi>.tu JJaiik Tlic (Capital Al"i. 0001, 
Ira IJ Bradford Propr, Ciinton K Brail- 
ford Cash. 

Augusta Brass and Reed Band, John 
Judge leader. 

Augusta Creamery, VictoryDrugCo.proprs. 

Augusta Driving Assn. Charles A Cox sec. 

Augusta Eagle, G O Jones prrppr. 

Augusta Times, Clarke & Warner proprs. 

Austin Silas W, apiarist. 

Axtel Silas, money broker. 

Ball & Culbertson (John L Ball. Charles 
^X Culbertson), saw mill, 4 m e. 

Barber Solon, cattle breeder. 1 ni s w. 

Beebe J D it Co (John D and Charles F 
Beebe), grocers. 

Benzie Henry V, painter. 

Blaisdell, Cox & Wood (Frank C Blais- 
dell, Charles A Cox and L W Wood), 
horse breeders. 

Kriiclfortl Clinton lu, Cashier 
Augusta Bunk. 

Bradford Ifev Elbridire (Methodist). 

Bradford I B & E M (Ira B and Elmer M), 
lawyers. 

Brown Henry, horse breeder, G m s w. 

Brown Win II, wagonmi.Uer. 

Bruss Pev Ueury (fjutheran). 

Piulis Charles E, harness. 

Buller Nathan L. barber. 



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FIRST=CLASS $2.00 PER DAY HOUSE. 

Good Sample Rooms aud First-Class Accommodations. 
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AUGUSTA, - - - WISCO?iSIFa. 

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Ciirgill W W & Cn,C F Hanke mngr, grain. 

Carter John 1', livery. 

Ciark C F, painter. 

Clark Frank L, piiptnia^ter. 

Clark & SLiaver (Lutlicr F Clark, James 

f{ Shaver), pump'. 
Clarke & Warner (Frank L Clarke, C Wes 

Wr.rner). proprs Times. 
Cox Bro3 & Clarke (Charles A and Wm S 

Cox, Frank L Clarke), gen store. 
Cra\vfor(! Judson C, lawyer. 
Crilcs Kr!!e!.t J, Merchant Tailor. 

{See adi\ p i.J5,) 
Dauflenbach Frederick, hardware, 
lienison Jason !I. cattle breeder. 2 m w. 
Mcnsmore O W & Co (<J)rson Wand Orpha 

Deiisiiiore), fruit shipper.^, 4 m w. 
Oensnn Kclsey B, shoemaker. 
Dittmer Oiistavus, biiots and shoes. 
F.ddington Wni, callle breeder, m s w. 
Krvin Ebenczf^r. carpenter. 
Fletcher Elmer L, i)liysician. 
Flick Mrs Laura, drc^^imaker. 
Hackett John C, d;dry. 
HackettA Hebard (John C Hackett. Wm 

D llebard), hardware and impts. 
Ilall Joseph, apiarist, 3 m e. 
Hall Jlrs Susan M. dressmaker. 
Hamilton Georjre F, physician. 
Hart Itev Frank L (Methodisl). 
Heard Lester A, drayman. 
Heinzelniau Jilartin F, photographer. 
Hills Oeor^rc, planing mill. 
Hurst Joseph, drayman. 
Johnson Elson \V, lirick mnfr. 
Jones Oriff O. propr Ka'^le. 
Kopplen Herman, saloon. 
Kyle Henry H. c.ariicuter. 
Lockwood & Uldcin (Mrs X JI Loekwood 

Mrs Hattie Uhli.in), millinery. 
Looniis .Mrs Lovii.se. eonfectionrry. 
McCntlery Janu-'i ifc Co, dour mills, 

3 ni n w. 
Mcliallum Miss May. milliner. 
McCliilehie Samuel, farm impts 
McC'iillouch Jami-5. hincksraith, 2 m n. 
i^9<'4;ill iioberl t", CU-rk Park House. 
Mr.l'liersou Allen I), blacksmith. 
.VliKoniber Mi^i Libbii\ dressmaker. 
?tIaromber yylvi.-.sler .M. livery. 
iMarte NicoUuis. furniture. 
.Miller Henry F, harness. 
.Monteilli Josoph. real estate. 
.Morris Jlisg Estella, dressmaker. 
Muzzy John, cattle breeder, 2 m n. 
Nelson Thor, slioenviker. 
(.'ber E F & Co lEdwarU F Ober), general 

store. 
(>lsou Slcner. tailor. 
I'almiter S il, carpenter. 



Palms George H, saw mill, m e. 

Park FIoH^c, H A Welch Propr. (Ses 
adv. p 14s . ) 

Parr Sylvester M. harness. 

Pettiuoae Amos, physician. 

Plummer & Finch (Edward W Plummer. 
Oscar Finch), flour mill. 

Pride Elbridse C, marble works. 

PrilS AtiSJ!«t F, Propr Sheridan House. 

Randall Allen H, horse dealer. 

Richards David, livery. 

Rick August C, meat market. 

Rick Charles A, saloon. 

Rickard Albert, grocer. 

Rickard Charles, grocer. 

Robinson Delmont W, cheese mnfr. 

Rogers L'ugene M, dcnlist. 

Rose P H iV; .M L (P Herman and ."Mary L), 
dentists. 

Rundlett Or J Rodney, drugs. 

Russell's J]n]], Henry Russell propr. 

Schroeder Wm, ealoouand impts. 

Schuitz xVugust, painter. 

Scott Charles W, dairy and live stock, 
6 m w. 

Scott George E, s:cr,ts' furnishings. 

Slicridau JSoiise, i\. V Prill Propr. 

Strader Albert, carpenter. 

Strauss ife Lev5- (Kerilinand Strauss, Jacob 
Levy), giMiiTal slore 

Tasj^'H't tSro.s (Charles and John W!, 
Dealers in Farm Produce and Agricul- 
tural Implements. 

Tliatelicr IJro.s (Willis E and D El- 
mer). Groceries, Tinware, Fruits and Con 
fectionery; Dealers in and Shippers of 
Farm Produce, Berries, etc. 

Thomas Francis N, insurance. 

Thwing i;"v E Z (Methodist). 

Twomb'y Sidney S, veterinary surgeon. 

Vantyne Hiram C, shoes and sewing inachs. 

Victory Drug Co, Memory Victory pres, 
II F Fredrick sec and treas. 

WaiTi'ii ajiirvoy SI, City Clerk, Jus- 
tice and Notary I'ublii-. 

Washington John fl, city marshal. 

Walerphul it Proehl (Henry Waterphul, 
Christoiiher Proehl), blacksmiths. 

Welch SSciiry A, Propr Park House. 
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Whipple Albert \V, agt C, St P, M i 

Hy. 

Whiting Wm J. baker. 
Williams Fred E, jeweler. 
Williams Ggilva A, general store. 
Works Obadiah, dairvman, Ji miles w. 
Zimmerman Joseph C, barber. 

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anil banking point, and 2 eiiit of Alieuton, 
the nearest railioad station. Stages tri- 
•weekly to Allenton and Ivolilsville. i'opu- 
lation, 125. SItil. tri-weekly. 

Frciitcl Henry, Hotel. 
Hollritli IVlcT, stil.ioii. 
Sanger G II, blacksmilli. 

AUEORAHVILLE. Ou ■\Villow 
creek in Wausli.ira county, ly miles east 
of Wautoma, llit county .seat, and 7 north 
of Berlin on tlie C, M. Si' St. P. Ky, the 
nearest railroad station and banking point. 
Stages daily to IJerlin. Population. COO. 
JIail, daily. M. C. Clark, postmaster. 

Aurorahville Creamery Co. 

Brown James, carpenter. 

■Clark HI € t'i Co, General Store. 

Daniels E ^V, nursery. 

Ilarvey T .M, carinntur. 

Ilatcli V I), phy-'-ician. 

IInllciiS»vo!i J \V, Hotel. 

Strang A. iiulaiy. 

Wells W II Sc C E, general store. 

AVALANCHE. On West Kick- 
apoo river, in Vernon county, 8 miles 
northeast of ^'jrOl|ua,llle county scat, near 
est railroad slalion and baiildng point 
Stages dnilv lo V'iroqua and Dell. Poiiula- 
tjon, 100. "Mail, dady. Mrs. .Mary A. 
Sweger, postmaster. 

Brown J W, lu.tel. 

Brown & Son, saw mill. 

Christiansou it T.arson, coopers. 

Christoplierson 11. carpenter. 

Diedriclison C cooper. 

KiiocliKoii E;iio<-Ii, Flour Mill. 

Froiland Simon, slioemaker. 

Glewn Isaiah, woolen mill and justice. 

Graham .Millard, Hour mill. 

Lewis ,J W, physician. 

Olson JI H, shoemaker. 

Silbaugh Gtanville, carpenter. 

Skolaud Pcler. carpenter. 

Smith Cl.ir.-nce. Iilacksniitli. 

SwcKor ?rirs M A, General Store. i 

Wig N C, cooper. 

AVOCA. An incorporated village, on 
the Wisconsin river and on tlie C. , .M & \ 
^t P. Uy, in Iowa county, 2J miles norlii- I 
west of Dodgeville, the seat of justice, and i 
east of Muscoiia, the neareat banking i 
point. Tel., W. V. E.\p., Adams. Pop- i 
ulalion, 360. K. W. Giilett, postmaster, 

Avoca House. Herman Uotli propr. 
Bolian Daniel, railroad, exp and tel agt. 



Dietrich H P. notary. 

Dimock H A. justice. 

Si(i-uii^'Iit >Jr« ,>iary. Milliner. 

Egan .lohu U, hardware. 

Finsind C G, blacksmith. 

Fro.i«l Cros (Charles H and .Joseph A), 

General Store. 
Gallaglier Cliarles. marshal. 
CiillclteK \V, Hardware and Furniture. 
Hack it Schlumb, blacksmiths, 
llubrict M, saloon. 
Kendall Georiie, mason. 
Kiuzie E E, drutrs. 
IWcCallUtor Joliii I», General Store 

and Produce. 
McGinley .lohn, saloon. 
Marshall M M, saloon. 
Medd Hev .John i .Methodisi). 
^lotlet X, meat market. 
Renter Frederick, carpenter. 
Roberg Ole, merchant tailor. 
Roth Herman, propr Avoca House. 
Schwineel Philip, lilacksmitU. 
Scovill Kev A I> (.Mnthodist). 
!^iiii(tiis(iii I2iiii!i, Boots and Shoes. 
Smith C, jilivsiriun. 
Underwood 15 F, physician. 
Ward .Josiah, liooks and confry. 
Zimmerman J G, furniture. 



AVON. In Rock county, 
southwest of Janesville, the c 
and 7 soutli of IJrodliead, t 
tianking and sbipping point. 1 
100. C. H Olseu, iwstmaster. 

Ballou & Hopkins, blacksmiths. 
Ballou it Olsen, general store. 
Dustreaud T, pumps. 
Norris T G, live stock. 
Severe Olson, blacksmith. 



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AYR. Laugladecounly, Name changed 
to Crandon, Forest county. 

AZT ALAN. .V village on Crawfish 
creek, in .IctVcrson county, 7 miles n^irlh- 
west of Jefferson, I he county seat, and 3 
from Lake SlilU, the nearest railroad sta- 
tion and liankinu' point. Stages daily to 
Lake Mills and .Milford. Population, 2'AK 
Mail, daily. Charles Crandaii, postmaster. 

Campbell it Hr.tchinson, creamery. 
rriiiidall Cliarlfx, General Store. 
OfForest Peter, cider mnfr. 
Emerit A & .1, live stock. 
Farmer Edward, proiiuce. 
Guild !Marson, carpenter and apiarist. 
HItchcocic Louis, painter. 
Hycr O P, vet surgeon. 



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Jajxox II, carpenter. 
Jajeox ;?3jiry. Dressmaker. 
Raymond 6 B, slioeniaktr. 
Schmidt Erccst, blacUsmilb. 
ScbuUz J T, mtison. 
Seely St Paul, justice. 
Smith Wra, mason. 
Warntsh Julius, carpenter. 



BABCOCK. Formerly known a? Rem- 
ington, is on the C, M. & St. P. Py., and 
on the Yellow river, in Wood county, 
18 miles southwest of Grand Rtipids, the 
judicial seat and usual Ijankinc point. 
Exp., Am. Tel.,W. U. Population, 450. 
W. J. Shea, postmaster. 
Bawden W II, cranberry grower. 
Carr &, Greeley, sawmill. 
CumminK-s Mrs C, cranberry grower. 
Durfey F L, saloon. 
EricUson E J, railroad and ttl act. 
Frasicr Ciieorso, Cranberri' Grower. 
Fritcher U, cranberry grower. 
Gilbert K A & Co, general store. 
Greeley Gcori^e T, cranberry grower. 
Iliiics A ES, General Store. 
Hitchcock U \V, hotel. 
Kendall C M, teal estate. 
Law T iM, hotel. 

Love John, railroad, cxp and tel agt. 
McGlinn James, cranberry grower. 
McNcel J S. physician. 
Mt'XtTl WaKon, Drtigg. 
Peterson A. slioemaker. 
Remingtim 11 \V, saw mill. 
Reilly'j J, meats. 
Scribiier A 0, cranberry grower. 
Scriliner J B. cranberry grower. 
SIioii \^' J, General Store and 

berry Grower. 
Stout \Vm. saloon. 
Ward Louis, cranberry i/rcpwer. 
Welch & Tupp, restaurant. 



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BAD AXE CITY. 

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Vernon county. 



BADGER. A country postftlice in 
Portage county, SG milcH .Moiithrnst of 
Stevens' Point, tlie county seat, and V 
southwest of Wiuipaea, the nearest rail- 
load station and banking point. Stages to 
Waupaca and Plover triweekly. Mail, 
tri-wtekly. James Swan, postmaster. 



BADGEH MILLS. A station on 
the C., M. it St. P., the C, St. P., M. & 
O. and on the Wisconsin Central road.s, in 
Chippewa county, C miles southwest of 
Chippewa Falls, the county seat and near- 

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est banking point. Population. BOO. 
daily. T. G. Butler, postmaster. 

Badger State Lumber Co, general st 
Ciiii>ie E EC, General Store. 
Gorton Jasp'er E, railroad, e.\p and ti 
Hansen James, millwright. 
Lealand J W, meat market. 
Miller Frank, justice. 
Souj^hworth A II, blacksmith. 
Stallord J L, cariienter. 
Yates J V, broom niufr. 



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BAD EIVEE. Ashland county. 
yiuw: rhangcd to Murse. 

BAGLEY. On the MLssissippi river 
and on the C. B. A; N. liy, in Grajit coun- 
ty, 20 miles northwest of Lancaster, the 
seat of justice and 7 from ]5loomington. 
the nearest banking point. Tel, \V. U 
Exp., Am. Population, ICO. Bernard F. 
Ketler, postmaster. 

Bagley Bros, general store. 

Raglev i.fc Readv, meat market. 

Boldt Gustav, blacksmith. 

CJalkins A, grain and general store. 

Day James '1', n.a.son. 

Glass Lewis it Son, .staves and lie:idii:i.'. 

lifflor El(criiar<l F, Insurance Agent 

and Printer. 
Keeler John, barber. 

Keeler & Glass Bros, hardware and impls. 
Parker W, carriagemkr. 
Radtke W F. railroad, exp andte! agt. 
!^l:iSiiiaii Elfiiry, Grocer. 
StHLiinan Leonard, harnrj-s. 
Thie>sa Wm. hotel. 
Walser Gubert, wagonmkr. 



BAILEY'S HABBOR. A village 
on the shore of Laki- Michigan, in Door 
county, '2') niik/s northeast' of Sturgeon 
Bay, the county seat, anil ?■"> northeast of 
Green Bay, the nearest railway station. 
Sturgeon Bay is the nearest banking point. 
Id summer, goods should be .shipped direct 
by water. Stages to Stur.£reoii Bay and 
Ellison Bay; fares, ,<1 and ,'0 cents respec- 
tively. Population, 100. Mail, dailv, F. 
WoliltmanD, postmaster. 

Braun Andrew, saloon. 
Kraiiii .lavoh. General Store. 
Carrincton Miles, carpenter. 
Eitaiigh RnL'er, farm impis. 
llendnek Mrs Adam, hotel. 
Jakobson Andrew, cigar mnfr. 
Jams Adolpli, saloon. 
Kriskern John, saloon and justice. 

Palace and Dining Cars 

ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. 



New York Lile insurance Co,, ^:^r': '"::r:r: ^o^r/^r"; 

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JlcCullougU T W, hotel. 
OUlciilJcr;; XVin, Shoemaker. 
Spring 11 G. groct-r. 
Stepben .1 K, justice. 

Toseland Wtn & Co, tlnur and saw mills. 
Weiss Jloritz, blacksinith. 
Wellhngen Louis, blacksmilli. 
AVoliUinaiin F, General Store. 

BAKERY ILIiE. A postollire i 
■Wood county, {VA miles northwest of Gran 
Rapids, the county seat, and 5 southwest 
of Marshfield, the nearest railroad station 
and b.inking point. Stages to Jlarshlield. 
and Nasonville. Population, 50. Mail 
tri-weekly. John P. Kraenier, postmaster. 

Evans S, railroad and exp ngt. 
Fleckenstein Michael, telegraph agt. 
Heckle J & Bro, hotel 
Heusler Anton, cheese ranfr. 
Kraenier .John P, gen! store and hotel. 
Linster Ikos, flour and saw mill. 
Kuber Joseph, blaeksmilli. 
Pfeifer Krhard, carpenter. 



BALDWIN. A prosperous incorpo- 
rated villaje in St. Croi.x county, on the 10. 
division of the C, St. P., M. tt O. Uy, 20 
miles east of Hudson, the count}"- seat, and 
27 west of Menoinonie. It has ICpiscopal, 
Congregational, Piesbylerian and Lutheran 
churches, a graded pui)lic school, a public 
hall, a tire department, a bank, which does 
the banking for several surrounding towns, 
R flouring mill, 2 creameries, cheese facto- 
ries, special and general stores, and a 
Weekly newspaper, the IJniUtiii. Ships 
Rrain, live stuck, jiroduce, lies, piling, etc. 
Population, SCO. Tel., \V. U. Exp., Am. 
Henry Anderson, postmaster. 

Anderson Henry, lawyer. 

Aphelcn & Ikurock (Louis Aphelen, T O 

Brurock), saloon. 
Arverson Rev N (Lulhrran). 
Baldv.-in Bulhtiii, Ferd PiMchman editor. 
H'ddwin Cornet Hnnd. i; C Tanberi: Idr. 
ItaiiU of Kiildtviii (Capital, s2.-i.000; 

Surplus, ^ls,750), Ojcar I'teiller Pros, 

J A Decker Cash, Tlioodore .Ii.-ssup. 

Asst Cash, Banking, Insurance and Real 

Eslat( 



wekus Andrew J, jeweler and exp agt 
Borchsenius Hans, lawyer, 
l^orchsenius W"\ C, real estate. 
|!ur-eh Charles, .^aloon. 
l|iirlt Rev B 11 (Coni;reffational). 
t-'ave & Sampson (Edward J Clave, 
^^ Sampson), proprs Park Hotel 

MiileiTerR, f 



Cyrus 



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Christensen A; llaarlow (Lauritz A Chris- 
tenseu, Wm Haarlow), druggists. 

Colpitis David A, railroad agt. 

Colts Benjamin, carpenter. 

Dahl Christian O. mfieliaut tailor. 

Weclier Jaiiie.>) A, Cashier Bank of 
Baldwin, 

Ellertsou llathias, saloon. 

Foster Dauie! J, justice and carpenter. 

Foster JIrs H S. milliner. 
1 i Franks lienjamin, confectioner. 

Freeman C F it Co, Wra Sav.age agent, 
grain and flour. 

Qaustad John R, shoemaker. 

Grasli A; .Moe (James Grasli. John lloe), 
cheese mnfrs. 

Uaageusen Herman A, barber. 

Ilagestad Ilermau A, agt Adolph liirsch. 

Hanson Mrs I, general store. 

liiirri't BEaroUl <>, Saloon. Billiard 
Hall and Ice Dealer. 

Hawley Harvey, telegraph agent. 

lledemark Andrew Jl, saloon. 

Heebink Bros (Ldward B, Gerliard II and 
Herman), general store, brick mnfrs, hay 
prcssers, ties, etc 

llelgerson Ole, jewelers. 

Henke -Airs Augusta, confectioner. 

llenke Wra, justice. 

Hill & Hawkins (James Hill, AVm Haw- 
kins), creamery. 

Ilirsch Adolph, II A Hagestad agt, gen- 
eral store. 

Ilolle it Wikerink (Fred Holle, John 
^Vikerlnk,IIe!lry Te Haar), cheese mnfrs. 

SE<>liiic<4 ^<;llllllel S. General Store and 
Farm Produce. 

Holmes Wm L, physician. 

Jensen & Anderson (Paul A .Jensen, Henry 
Anderson), furniture. 

Jorstad Peter, grain and produce. 

hn Page Joseph, harnessmaker. 

Larson it Johnson (Joseph P Larson. Smith 
Johnson), blacksmiths. 

Lee Ole S. Idacksmith. 

McDoiialil .Mrs A C, physician. 

Melgord & Norman (Isaac M MelgorJ, 
Jacob Norman), general store. 

.Atusic Hall, V G Seribner propr. 

Nelson I5erl C, harnessmaker. 

Nelson Lewis 1', general store. 

Olson Sisters (Laviua and Regina), dress- 
makers. 

Ostensen Ole, general store. 

Park Hole!, Cave it Sampson proprs. 

Patrick Jos.'ph B, physician. 

Peachman l''enlinaud, ed Baldwin Bulletin. 

Peterson Geortre, prin public school. 

Rickerd & Olson (George Rickerd, Albert 
Olson), livery. 



Dydahv Brothers, ^ Pork and Beef Packers, 

.•Ylll,AVAli£EK, WlsfONraX. \ AND PROVISION DEALERS. 



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Rider Homer, stock breeder. 

Rider & ^liner (Louis X Rider, WmMiijer), 
feed mill. 

Ring Jaine3 ^V, live sti.cli. 

Rosenquist Rev II (Lutheran). 

Saugestad Oliif A, druETsist. 

Setlergren & Pittraan (Frnali E Seltergren, 
Georjxe il rMtlmati'i, hardware, coal. etc. 

Snoe3'enbos Christian, general store. 

Start Romeo II, lawyer. 

Stone Ole, mason. 

Stronks &: Kappers tEdward Stronlcs. .Jos- 
eph Kappers). hardware and coal. 

Swfinson Swan, carpenter. 

Thompson Bros (Thomas and John), wag- 
onrnaktrs. 

Tremoiit House, J B AVakeQeld pronr. 

Vaudunieulcu Rev J, (Presbyterian). 

Wakefield James H. propr Tremonl House. 

Warren Mrs L A. milliner. 

"Wilford Bros (Edward and ..Tohn O), meats 

and live stock. 
JWoolsey C'Hrdiual J, flour mill. 

Woolsey Walter, city mar.<:hal. 

Zillmer Gustav, blacksmith. 

. BALDWIN'S MILLS. A postoffice 
on the south branch of iiittie Wolf river, 
iu Waupaca county, TJ northeast of Wau- 
paca, tiie county seat, nearest railroad 
station and banking point. Stages, weekly 
to Weyauwega Population, 'JOO. !Mail, 
weekly. 'A. South, injstmaster. 

Baldwin C P, creamery and live stock. 

Bliss Daniel, dairy. 

Dunliar George, carpenter and mason. 

Dunbar .lauie.'i, mason. 

Faulks W. dairy 

ESoil<<c ISc'iirj', Blacksmith. 

House W J, cari'enler. 

Mather Dainel, tanner. 

Roniori E. dairy. 

Soiilii Z, D:.iry. 

AVarren E W, blacksmith. 

BALMORAL. In Richland co\mty, 
11 milt.s from Riclihir.d (.Center, ilie ju- 
dicial scat, and ;i from Muscoria, its bank- 
ing and shipping point. JIail, semi- 
weekly. 

Bair n A, machinist. 
Ewing H, nuisic ti acher. 
Ifliiin\«3iriii;; '1' C. General Store. 
Rowells J K, clieese mnfr. 

BALSAM LAKE. A post village on 
tlie Balsam brunch of Apiile river, in Polk 
County, CMl miles nortlie«slof Osceola Mills, 
the county seat, and 12 from St. Croix 



Falls. ^linn., the nearest railroad statioD. 
and banking point. Stages semi-weekly to 
Turtle Lake and St. Croi.x Falls. Popu- 
lation, To. Mail, semi-weekly. J. W. 
Park, postmaster. 
Davidson N A, town clerk. 
Ely James, justice. 
Freeman J S. carpenter. 
Ciibsoii & Elin^reii, Surveyors. 
Lapp John, blacksmith. 
Leeding John, mason. 
Murphy Wm. livery. 
Overman E W, town treasurer. 
Park J W, General Store, Saw and Grist 

Mill. 
PickleRev J J (Methodist). 
Shephard John, hotel and meats. 
Toby Wm, blacksmith. 
Tuttle I^ros. hotel. 
Whitlock John, saw mill. 
Whitlock Wm, painter. 

BANCROFT. On tlie Wis. Centra! 
Line, in Portage county, Ui miles south ol 
Stevens' Point, t!ie county seat, and 7 north 
of Plaintield, th(! nearest l)anking ])oinl. 
Stages dailv to Keene and Long Pine. 
Populalion,'50. Tel., W. U. Ed. Mclntee, 
postmaster. 

.llcliilce Kdwnrrt, General Store. 
Plummer W W. railro'ul and tel agt. 
Radcliffe I harles, saw mill. 
Ragan M, mason. 

BANGOR. A prosperous village lo- 
cated on I lie 1/a Crosse river and on the 
G. & N, W. and C, M. & St. P. Rys, in La. 
Crosse county, 15 miles northeast of La. 
Crosse, the judicial seat and 10 southwest 
of Sparta. Has a bank and a weekly 
newspaper, the Ii,ilc]ii:ndt-nf. I^xp., .^ra. 
Tel., W. U. Population, .000. G. Darling, 
postmaster. 

Anderson A P & Co. drugs. 
Baebler Zarharias, saloon. 
P.aehler Z jr. railroid, exp and tel agt. 
Bangor Exchange Bank, John Kupp propr. 
BanL'iir Swiss Chiese Co. mnfrs. 
Itcckiiiaii Wm .1. Grocer. 
Bosshard John, flour mill. 
Cassidy J H, rai'roa.l agt. 
Cavadini Dominick, mason. 
Chase Henry, nursery. 
Coats A- Giltillan. lumber. 
DarliPL' Georce, livery. 
tinrlius <»r"«it, Confectioner. 
Davis Rev H (Congreeatioual). 
Deutehes Gafth.ius. F Habe! propr. 
Dow Hcnrv, tailor. 



ChJcego & Gmnd In 



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The Favorite Route East 

VIA M.VG.llt.l F.\L.l.S. 



Rofriuor^trirQ '"''"'" '"'^^^''^^SKR MSFG to., Mannfacturers of MEAT P.EFRKJEUATOKS 
nblllguiCilUIO. MKAT ItdCkFIiS, EI.EVATOUS of all kinds, PIMIN, BlitWEIlY "! ACI!ISI.>!Y, 
1M>0IN0 JACKS, HOlbTI.Nii iaACill.NKUV, Etc. oli-iH COailERCE SIKEET, Mll.UAl'KEE, WIS. 



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Draper AE, saloon. 

Kvans Jliss Libbie E, milliner. 

Evans Ricliard 11, drugs. 

Fox JoiiD, coQt'ectiocer. 

Fritz Henry, moats. 

Hahtl Ilenr}', pmii Deutcbcs Gasthaus. 

Ilaines J A, publr Independent. 

Hussa Joseplj. brewer. 

Independent, J A ILiines publr. 

Jenkins Joliu G, muliinist. 

JuukinsMrs Mary F, artist. 

Jenkins W G, citrars. 

KoeblerEmil, biacksmitb. 

Kupp John, gen store and banker. 

McCain J &: Sun, livery. 

Malbcson S it Co, general store. 

ilengel .Vlfied, pcccral store. 

Merle Eugene, black.'-milh. 

Metenberger \Vrn, birber. 

Jlorgan ]'ierce, biacksmitb. 

Netvtou Alexander 1>, filiysician. 

Fiigb Rev 11 :\I (MeUiodisI). 

Kadtke Vi'm J, barber and jevceler. 

Reisedorf Earney, I'ainter. 

Robert E li, grain and live stock. 

Schuhmaclier George, sboemaker. 

Siiiitli W Ck A, Furniture and Hardware. 

Starr J, creamery. 

Stinze Josejib, wagnnmakor. 

Vaugban Kihvanl'W, carpenter. 

Vanghan J I), uudertaker. 

Walls Jobn, bold. 

Weber J 15, taloon. 

WbeldonJobn. justice. 

Wolfe Andrew, barncss. 



BANNER. A poslc tlire in Fond du 
lac county, l-l miles ta.-t of Fond du Lac, 
tbe county seat, .'j sontli of St. Cloud, tbo 
nearest railroad station, and 12 west of 
Plymoulb, tlie nearest banking point. 
Population, 7,j Mail, triweekly. II. 
Meyer, postmaster. 

Dautermann Henry, shoemaker. 

Greve Henry, tailor, 

lliun George it Co. clieese rnnfrs. 

I.anserM.itibiw, boicl. 

Meyer W K, Grocer and Collection 

Agent, 
Moriarity Maurice, justice, 
liammel S, sbooniakcr. 
Thuermcr Jo.=eiib, biacksmitb. 
\\alsclimldt Jacob, justice. 
WcrmckeC F G, justice. 



BARAEOU. The judicial seat of 
lauk c(.unty, is an Important and tlourisb- 
'^f-' city, located on the m.uin line of Ibe 
^- *^N. W. Ry., 17.J miles from Cbicago 



! 119 from Milwaukee and 230 from St. 
Paul. It is headquarters for the .Madison 
division of the great !Xorlbwestern system, 
and the round house and machine shops 
for the division are located here. Some 
four or five hundred railroad men ami di- 
vision ofiiccrs are residents, and the 
amount paid them averages ^S'l.OCO 
monthly. The Earaboo river runs through 
the city, and furuishesabundant power for 
driving minierous manufacturing estab- 
lishments. Tlie city contains 11 churches, 
2 banks (one national), 2 flouring mills, a 
woolen mill, a fouiidry, 3 planing mills, 
1 first-clasa hotel, a court house, 3 com- 
modious public school buildings, a linely 
appointed opera house, llie second largest 
in the State, a well equipped and ctlicieiU 
fire department, and the Baruboo Water 
"Works Co. supply water to the public 
through a series of pipei extending to all 
parts of the city. It is litdited by gas. and 
the Edison method of electric lighting iias 
been succe.-^sfully introduced. 'J'lie pre-s 
is represented by the Jl.irah'Xi Jifpul^ir, 
the Si-iuk Cuuntij Di mocrat and the Jiiralmo 
Xcirs^ all enJ!iyiug a good circulation 
throughout Sauk and adjoining counties. 
Baraboo is built on a series of hills, 1,05'J 
feet above sea level. The scenery around 
is very beautiful. The celelirated Duvil's 
lake is 3 miles south, and the weird and 
delightful dells of the Wi.'ccjnsin are 
within a short drive. During the summer 
season thousands of touiislsand pleasure 
seekers pass through the city in going to 
and from these famous reports. A new 
.Masonic hall, to cost :j;HO,000, will lie 
erected in the near future, and a !jIO,0tiO 
Y. ,M. C. A. building has recently been 
built. For a place of its size and popula- 
tion there cannot be found one anywhere 
in which the people are mi^e alive to their 
higher interests, and in which the neces- 
saries, comforts ami luxuries of life in alt 
conceivable form", are more easily olitain 
able than they are here, and no fither citv 
oilers greater inducetuents to honest capi- 
tal and honest latior. Tel.. W. U. Exp., 
Am. Population, 0,000 David E. 
Welch, postmaster. 
Abbott Harry .M, millinery. 
Acott Harry M clothing. 
Albrech & Schlag (Herman Albrech, John 

Q Schlag), proprs Wisconsin House. 
AUpeter August, cooper. 
Andrews W'm W, physician. 
Ashley Jedediah B, laundry. 
Aton James G, sewing machines. 
Avery Frank, boots, shoes and in-'urance 



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10, 12 aiKl 14 Follrlli St., Foiiddii I,ar. WPs., 

is tte Place to Bay PARLOR SETS, over 200 Styles. 



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Baer Alfred, photot^rapber. 

Bailc}' John F, pliyiiciim. 

Baklwiu Reuben, ylove ranfr. 

BsiiiK of Ciaraixxt (Capita!, s.jD.OOO; 
Surplus, .slj.OOO), George .Merteiis Pre3, 
Jacob Vaa Orden Cnsli. 

Baraboo City Brewery, Ferdinand Efflnger 
propr. 

BaraUoo Cold Sioraffc Co, Mun- 
roe & Tecl Pro|)r;:; C'a->lj Dayersot Grain 
and Produce; t'nal and Fi'At-clas? Cold 
Slorage,e of C & X \V Hy Freii:;lit Depot. 

Baraboo Gas and Electric Lighf Co (capi- 
tal, §30,000), 1! H Cowan pres, .M A 
Warren sec. 

Baraboo Hoop Mnfrr Co, K A JliUer projir. 

Btiraboo groii U'orks.Wra F Wack- 
ier Propr; Architocluial Iron Work, 
Foundry and Machiuo t^linp. 

Baraboo Lii^lit, Ileal and Power Co (capi- 
tal, $10,000), M A Warren pres, L E 
Iloyt .sec. 

Baraboo News, .J V& G A Kartack proiirs. 

Baraboo Iti.-pnblic, John II Powers editor 
and propr. 

B.iraboo Iljller Mills, L E Iloyt &, Co 
proprs. 

Baraboo Hoofing and Paving Works, J F 
Sncatlien jiropr. 

Baraboo Savings Bank (capital, .s-:!,5,000), 
P T Brewster pres, U 15 Griggs ca=li. 

Baraboo'; Water Works Co (capital, ^100.- 
OOOj, J F Moflett pres, C A ilollelt sec. 

Barlow & "Wright (Stephen S Barlow.Jobn 
E Wright), lawyers. 

Barney S P, county surveyor. 

Barstow I'] iward. Hour and feed. 

Bender Frank, propr Bender House. 

Itciillcy IVloiiroo, Attorney-at-Law. 

Benlley & Palmer (Monroe Bentley, Horace 
L Palmer), insurance. 

Block Henry, uieat market. 

Brewer Mrs Benjamin, music teacher. 

Brewer lienjamiii \V, cii-'ars. 

Brewer Frank E, boots and shoes. 

Brown Chauncey H, livery. 

Bryant O W, painter. 

Buckley J E, clerk of circuit court. 

Buliineyer Daniel, cigar uinfr, 

Bulimeyer John J, salcroii. 

Bull Arthur F, agent American E.xpress. 

Burnham Ida, mus^ic teacher. 

C'allalian Mr.^ Mary, saloon. 

Calvert JIIss Emma, dressmaker. 

Capener Opera House, George Capencr 
propr. 

Carow Alfred J, carpenter. 

Ca.se A M, saloon. 

Case H J, horse breeder. 

C'liambeilin Dan, saloim. 



Chapman Eliza, hair goo Is. 

Cliicago iUakery, K A Nation Propr; 
Bakers' Goods, Fruits. Canned Goods, 
Confectionery; Oysters and Ice Cream in 
Season; First-Class Lunch Counter. (.S'cV 
c(f?li, opp.) 

Claradatscher & Co (Tobias and Nicholas 
Claradatscher, J P Witwen, Peter Kind- 
scbi), dry iroodg. 

Clark E :51, State Agent AV W Kimball 
Co, Pianos and OfL'ans. 

Coleman Charles, pension agent. 

Cordes George, furniture. 

Cowdrey Rev Samuel B (Epi-^copal). 

Cramer George L G, physician. 

CrosS Hiram E, pU3'fician. 

Cj'<ssicI« liCvi, Attorney and Stone 

• t^uarrics. 

Crouch Samuel, livi'vv. 

Davis J W <t Co (.1 W Davis, C W Whit- 
man), general store. 

Dickie James, harness. 

Donovan J B & Co (J Beach Donovan), 
drugs. 

Dor ward Rev (Catliolic). 

Doty B S, city marshal. 

Elkinton John E, cariuige ranfr. 

English John E, physician. 

L:vatis tSU-liari! I>, Attorney-at-Law 
and Collections, cor 4ih and (^ak. 

Evcuion Charles II, druggist. 

Ewing Jasper, lirerv 

Sirit Xalional JSiuik oC ESara- 
boo (Capital, S;V),noO; Organized In-:i;i. 
T M Warren J'res, Carhis' Bacon Viee- 
Pres, Wra A Warren Cash, Charles A 
Dyke Asst Cashier. 

Fi-^chcr Bros (.-Vugust F, Ernst A and Her- 
man A). druL's. 

Fowler John, physician. 

Gaskell i»v: Peck (Frank Gaskell, Delana 
Peck), hardware. 

Gibbons George B, coroner. 

Gihlions Philip, lilacksmith. 

Gillett Allen H, dentist 

Gulilf'uli Satnuel, confectioner. 

Gollmar E T & J C: (Edwaid T and Jacob 
C), wagonmakcrs. 

Goodnougli Arthur D. grocer. 

CJorsi (.lliarles, physician. 

Gould ct Engelmann (Odell B Gould, 
Emil Engelmann). barber.s. 

Graf & Netcher (Henry Graf, August 
Netcher). builders. 

Griggs J S ct Co (John S and Richard B 
Griggs), clothing. 

Grotophorst Herman, district attorney. 

Grotophor^t, liemington & Buckley (Her- 
man Orotiiphorst, Arthur Remington, 
James A Bncklrv'), attorneys. 



North Star Iron Works. 
PiBisii MA^ul•■.ic■n■KI^(i CO. 

Ashland, - - Wisconsin. 



rnpBritj,.Minli;ind'i-KnclnP(-r», >I.i"Mni.sts. Koiinder,*, lir.llernmkKri. 
MillMrij,-hl«, suiT.llliniarhinery, Jlinins Mnrliii.rry, CurlUs ami IILU 
Speed Knginea, UolUrs, ronerTrausmlUliis JIacliiuer) , etc. Seep. C 



TUB-iaSH BATHS 



E A SAFK. PLEASANT and RELIABLE CFKATIVE A(iF>T. 

-PIBIFVIXG: INVKiORATIXf. ; STI!K\(iTllEM>fi: 

The JANESVIiiCE XnSKISir BAXiJS ADorU liiTalids Superior llemedial AjTantases. 



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Gust Adolph D, sah.on. 

Gust Aut'u?l, meats. 

Hacker JMicbael C, bookbinder. 

Uerfort Autrusl F, county clerk. 

Kerfort Joseph, boots ami shoes. 

Hiergins George T, deutist. 

IIofMnttor John It, Dry Goods and 

Grorerie.*. cor Oak and :jd. 
Iloldcii i^y.rii O, JIarbie Monuments, 

Oak. 
Hook Albert, musical md>e. 
Ho(ti><3 <?ii<i)i<>, C'lolhiusand ilerchanl 

Tailorin.tr, ;;-^0 Oak. 
Horr Otis S, propr Pratt House. 
Horstmatin Louis J, meats. 
Hoyt L E it Co (Lester E and "rt'm H 

Ho} t). proprs Haialioo Holler Mills. 
Humphrey Ira L. IjarJware. 
Hurd Artiiur .J, dyer and scourer. 
Island Woolen Cu, Kicli, McFetridge & 

Hopkins proprs. 
Jaok<ioii illaii.XiOiii, Dry Goods 

Crockery and Urocerieb. 
Jacobs Lewis M. Ijarber. 
Johnson Amos P, Hour and feed. 
Johnson it S'ln. jl jur mill-'. 
Jones Herbcit P, chilhinir. 



; JuDge tliarles, barlier. 

1 Junk Joseph, restaurant. 

! Karlack J P & G A (John F and Gustav 

I A), proprs Baraboo >Cews. 

Kasiska Carl, harness. 
■ KasUka llormaii. ilercbant Tailor. 

Ke3-ser Philip H. grocer and seedsman. 

Kilian Ausust. blacksmith. 

Koch Theodore, physician. 

Kohu it Schiff (Dorris Kohn. Henry 
ScbifT), clothing. 
, Krech Jiernbard, meats. 
: Ladon Bros (Nathan and Simon'), dry gds. 
j Leeg Bros (Benjamin H and Henry B), 

meats. 
! Lciiv. A<lol|>ll, S.iloon. 

Link John 0, jjweler. 

Little \Vm it Sin (Wra and AVm M), 
tailors. 

Locke Amos G. baker and confr. 

Lonymatc Georjo. llour and feed. 

S.ueJii r f. A; Son (Pnderick C and 
Edward), Bakery, Uestaurant and Fruits. 

Luther Jolin F, saloon. 

JIcFarland Irving A, builder. 

.AIcFarlaud Heubeii W. builder 

.AIcNalh- James, sal'^on. 




R. A. NATIOr^J, 



'ilOI'KIETi>K ' 



:.lfp'^]THE CHICAGO BAKERY 

1 \'-. :,nr'- liakers' (.'oods, Fniit. Caiiniil Goods. 

Si't tuiiferlioner). 

/% OYSTEKS AND ICE CREA'J Hi SEASO:(. FIEST- 
7/-^ CLASS LUSCH COUXTEU. 



Bridge SIree), 



BARABOO, WIS. 



U^ .j^^ C3 C3 im. C>' ^^' ^W'9: 

THIRD STIfEET, NEAR OAK. 

^WTER AND CONTRACTOR 

AND DEALER IN KEAPEUS. BINDERS, MOWERS. 



Binders' Twiue a Specialty. Road Carts, Agricultural Implements of 
All Kinds. Hardware and Cutlery. 

Roofing of All Kinds Done on Short Notice. 



PAINTS, OILS AfJD GLASS. 



BARABOO, VVISCOPiSIN. 



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ilarriolt Bros (Henrj-anii Wni), hardware. 

JIarriott Edward G, boots and shoes. 

Marsli EiU-j-nrd X. Real Estate. Loans 
atid Coliectioua; Land Agent; Carriages 
and Wiicons. 

^Mathews Uerman, general store. 

Mercer W 11, coiiniy treasurer. 

Miles James, sheriff. 

Miller Bros (^Charles and Valentine), sa- 
loon. 

Mills li F, physician, 

Mocller A Thuerer (Henrj- Moeller, Chris- 
tian Tbuerer), wn'jonmkrs. 

Moore "\Vnn, general store. 

Jlould M II, mayor. 

Mould yini I. photoirraphcr. 

Mould & Buckley' (.Mathcw II Mould, 
Alexander G Bucklevi, stationers. 

Jtlnnroc «V Tcel CWard Muuroe, Frank 
D Tfel), Flour, Feed, Lime, Cement and 
ShU. 

Murray .lohn. flour and feed. 

\'3t(i(>i] StolXTt A. Propr Chicago 
Bakery. iN, adt; p l.JT.) 

OvlivrsU-AUoKV .itI^li^(, Tinsmith 
and City Treasurer. 

<Ht .Bj»o«il», (Carpenter; .Mnfr Patent 
Wa.shing ^I.ichints and Dealer in Hard- 
ware, [Ste mic, p 153.) 

Paliodie Gcore:e A, propr Railroad Ealing 
House and Hotel. 

Putleison .M L, register of deeds 

Peck it Cramer (Samuel H Peck. Phillip 
I) Cramer), proeers. 

Peck iV llerferl (Fremont C Peck, Frank 
Herftrl), general store. 

PohliiiaMu iV Schroedcr (Fri-ilerick \V 
Pohlmaun, Henry Frederick .Schroeden. 
cigar mnfrs. 
' Porter A: G.jrks (Alonzo W Porter, "Win J 
Oerks). furniture 

Powers W'm .1, merchanl tailor. 

Powers John 11, editor and propr Baia 
boo Republic. 

Pratt House, Otis R Ilorr propr. 

Prenio Thomas, hotel. 

Railroad Ealing House and Hoti.1, George 
A Pabodie propr. 

Ram.'^eyer Gottfried, jsweler. 

Rasclicin Mrs B, milliner. 

Reiiiking Aiii;usl. dry goods. 

Reul George M & Son (George M and Ju- 
lius AV), iilauiiig mill. 

Ueuland Malhias, blacksmitli. 

Rich, 31cFetri(!gc A; Hopkins (Henry Rich, 
James A MeKttridi;e, W'm 11 Hnpkins., 
proprs Inland Woolen Co. 

Riese Joseph, meat market. 

Ringliug Bros (Albert. Otto, Alfred T, 
Charles and John), circu;. 

Chicago & Gfand Trool: Rf. 



Ruhland George, brewer. 

Runge E August, jiropr Sauk Co Democrat. 

Ryaii Charles E, jeweler. 

Ryan Mary, dressmkr. 

Sauk Couijty Democrat, E A Runge propr. 

Scbadde Peter J, photogragher. 

Schlungbaum John, harness. 

ScboeufeUi Henry, gun and locksmith. 

Schultz Wm, shoemaker. 

Schulz W H. county supl of schools. 

Seeker Charles, brick mnfr. 

Selleck Edwin, insurance. 

SoHeck &, .Siifobs (Edwin Selleck, 

W II Jacobs), Ab^tracts of Title. 
Sharp AVestern, painter. 
Shepherd George H, saloon. 
Slade Mrs F T, dressmkr. 
Slye Alfred E, jiistice of peace. 
Slye Lawton C, physician. 
Sneathen John F, dentist. 
Snodgrass Rev T J (Methodist). 
Stanley & lioag (Wm Stanley, Edwir^ 

M lloae), general store. 
Stewart James L, lumber. 
Slillbon Lorenzo D, sewing machines. 
Stone, Miss Florence, dressmkr. 
Strong Henry C. rtgt C A X W Ry. 
Thomas & Prentice (Wm Thomas, Wra H 

Preuticei, meats. 
Tobler Frederick, saloon. 
Trestrail R Lawsou, mngr Western Union 

Tel Co. 
I'rban David, barber. 
Urban George, [iropr Urban House. 
Vanderveer James N, planicc null. 
WiK'klcr \'fiti V, Pr(ipr Baraboo Iron 

A\'orks. 
Waite JI C, insurance, 
\Valli-rs Frank .\ , phvsician. 
\^':illun AliDiSiaiil, Mnfr ami Dealer 

in Tight Barrels, Slaves, Heading and 

Lumber. 
■\Vili-rc'ii lltMijiC, Warren A; Watson 

IV.pr.s. 
WiiiTcii &- Walton (Thompson It 

Whrren.lMwaid C Watson), Proprs NVar- 

ren House. 
Walt Cyrns, painter. 
Webster Hiram H, horseshoer. 
AVeiiich Brus (Louis and Emii), mcat.=, 
Welch Daviil E. oostmaster. 
Welch & Erswell (O H Welch, E S Ers- 

well), furniture and undertakers. 
AVf ymau Jacob, cigar mnfr. 
While Alliai C. barber. 
Whilman Frank, druggist. 
Wild t'lmrio*, Fiirnilure and Wall- 
paper : 'I'lie Leading Undertaker, 312 od. 
Wild .Mrs Charles, milliner. 
Wilkinson I'etcr, livery. 

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■Wilson James P, attoriiey-fit-law. 

Winrich Rudolnh, saloou. 

Wisconsin House, Albrech & Schlag 

proprs. 
Wood licv J A (CoDgregational). 
Woolcolt Wni X, cabinetmaker. 
WordelmaiiD Herman H. saloon. 
Worth & Swan (Daniel Worth, Albert 

Swan), ma3(jU3. 
Worthman .lames .S. city c'crk. 
Wright .)(ihn }'., insurance. 
Young Ephraini ^V , county judce. 
Young Jileu'3 Christian Assu, L> A Lewis 

sec. 
Young Thomas, lumber. 

BARBER. A postofljce in Iowa coun- 
ty, 15 miles east of Dddgevillc, the county 
seal and nearest bankirt; point. and -1 Eoutii 
of Blue Mounds, on the C. ^t N. W. Ry, 
the nearest railroad station. Stages, semi- 
weekly to Blue Moundy and Ilullandale. 
Population, 15. .XIail, semi-weekly. 



BARNEVELD. On the C. .t N, W. 
Ry, in Iowa couuly, 10 miles uorthcast of 
Dodgeville, the county seat and nearest 
banking point. A wrel.ly nev/.'papor, the 
Itegister, is publi.-hed. Population, SOU. 
Tel., W. U. E.\p., Am. T. I. Williams, 
postmaster. 

Aspinwall W W, railroad, exp and tel agt. 
Cunncen ]\lichael, carpenter. 
L)avis Washington, hardware. 
Enimel Anton, slioenialccr. 
Foulkes lV. Pridou. blackMnllhs. 
Grifliths f) C, biark-mith. 
Jones II J, publr Ri gi.-ter, 
Jones J P it Co, geiirial store. 
Ostenbcig Charles, hardware. 
Reese James, livery. 
Reese John I), grain. 
Register, J 11 Jems iuil)lr. 
Roaeli R J, groceries and drugs. 
Roach \- Jones, farm impts. 
Rol)erts John, carptiit^r. 
Shide & Ostenbcrg, general store. 
Starry F F, hotel. 
Williams Thomas I. general store. 



. .BAERE MILLS. On Lustwick creek, 
in La Crosse comity, lo miles northeast of 
La Crosse, the county seat, and .5 from 
West Salem, the nearest shipping and 
banking p,,int. Population, iin) Tri- 
■Weekly mail stage to West Salem. 
Broitsman F, tlour mill. 
Filter Wm, wajonmnker. 



Mann C. eenerai store. 
RuugeWm, general store. 

BARRON. Is located in the central 
portion of county of same name, arnl is a 
thriving village on the .M., St. P. it S. Ste. 
il. Ry, and on the Yellow river, 'i'i2 miles 
northwest of Milwaukee, S west of Came- 
ron, and 12 southwest of Rice Lake. It is 
the county seat, and contains a bank, saw, 
stave, grist and woolen mills, 3 churches, 
good schools, and an opera house, capable 
of seating 5oO. Two weekly uewsp.apers, 
the Barron County ShUhi and the l''p>ih'i- 
can are published. Land is worth •'i'2..")0 
to fflO per acre. Population, 1,000. K.'ip., 
Am. Tel., W. U. Jonathan J. Smith, 
postmaster. 

Bader Joseph, merchant tailor. 
Bank of Barron (capital, s"jO,000), Frank 

J McLain pres, Clinton 1) C(.'C cash. 
Barron County Shield, C S Taylor propr. 
Barron Hou?e. Thomas Munro propr. 
Barron Republican, Williams A Son proprs. 
Barron IMler Mills. J \V Taylor propr. 
Barron \\'ooleu Mills Co, C S Taylor pres, 

Libbie Taylor sec and trcas. 
Brandt Wm H, drugs and books. 
Breen Louis J, county clerk. 
Burns Mrs Jennie, meat market. 
Carr Mrs G K, milliner. 
Carver N E, county .supt schools. 
Chrisleson Simon, propr Quatlerer Ilouse. 
Coe Clarence C, law)-er and insurance. 
Coe C D A: J F, abstracters. 
Coe Jerome F, lawyer. 
CoUmiiiiii J-: V. Ai Co (Edward C O^le- 

man), Oenersil Store, Wood Ties and 

Piling. 
Collingwood John, carpenter. 
Corastock Henry S. county judge. 
Conner John N, general store. 
Oubetz Samuel, dry goods. 
Ellis ^Vm H, physician. 
Ellsworth Henry G, lawyer and district 

atty. 
Englcrt George, propr Farmers' Home. 
Farmers' Home, George Englert projir. 
Fink August, meat market. 
Galviu Jolin J, grocer. 
Grover & Johnston (Woodbury F Grover. 

Sylvester Johnston), general store. 
Heiniz Nicholas P, salocm. 
Hood Wm U, general store. 
Horning James, shoemaker. 
Horstman Wm F, furniture, 
llulbert Azro, well borer. 
Ilursman J E, county treasurer. 
Jenks Charles, physician. 
Juve TorL'er O, trr.o, r. 



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Kinsley Fred B. lawyer. 

Knudson Chriiliau. boardicsj house. 

Lee & Dickinson (Tliomas IJ Lee, Dwight 

L Dickinson), saw mill and siiingle 

mnfrs. 
Lemma Field E, agt Cross, Badger & Co.of 

Chicago. 
JIcDonald Charles H, grocer. 
McKee David, blacksmith. 
McKee ^Vm A, barber. 
McKesson J W, saw mill and stave mnfr. 
McThurston Mamie, milliner. 
Muiiro Thomas, tailor and propr Barron 

House. 
Murdock A T, livery. 
Kortlirup Fred W, iivery. 
Pace David D, barber. 
Park Hotel, P W Pratt rropr. 
Parr MnfgCo, George Parr pres, Mrs F B 

Kinsley sec, general, store and saw mill. 
Pierce Eugene \V, city marshal. 
Pierce & Breda (Eugene Pierce, Otto A 

Breda), painters. 
Poist liro* (.John and DeWitt), Hard- 
ware. 
Pratt ]' Wiley, propr Park Hotel. 
Quatltrer John, longer. 
Quadtrcr House, .Simon Christeson propr. 
liadermaclier Henr^-, c'.erk circuit cmirt. 
Rowley Cliailcs R, pumps, etc. 
Russell D A, county surveyor. 
Schroder Charles C, saloon. 
Sill Harvey .1, lawyer. 
Skinner tt Beckwith (\Vm A Skinner, 

James R Beckwith), general store. 
Small Wm, coroner. 
Smith James C F, dentist. 
Smilli Jonathan J, postmaster. 
Smith R D, blacksmith. 
Speed Silas, sheriff. 
SpillcUe Caesar, photographer. 
Stevens AVm, gaideuer. 
Stone J W, register of deeds. 
Taft & Knudson (Gerlrudu Taft, Hannah 

Knud^on), dressmaker. 
Taylor Charles S, Stale senator and publr 

Barron County Shield. 
Taylor Cortex P, general store. 
Tayli.r Jeremiah W, propr Barron Roller 

Mills. 
Tindilan I B, apiarist. 
Waldion Charles C, pbysici-in. 
W'endling Jactib, railroail and exp agent. 
Whitlemore Ijaf.iyelte F, jeweler. 
W'hittemore Mrs L F. milliner. 
Williams & Si'.n ( lames U and Jay),propra 

Barron ItepuLiliran. 
Wold Christian, saloon. 
Wold & Aune (Lnui-! Wold, John Aunc). 

saloon. 



Wood F F, priu public school. 

BAERONETT. A villace on the C, 
St. P., M. & (.1. Ry, in Cumberland town' 
ship, Barron county, is miles northwest of 
Barron, the county seat, and 7^ north of 
Cumberland, the nearest banking point. 
Settled in 18S0. I'opulation. 2.50. Te' 
W. U. Exp., Am. Mail, daily. C. b! 
Morrow, postmaster. 

BarroiieU J.,iuiil»cr C<». 

BARTEL STATION. A da- station 
on the M., L. S. it W. Ry, in Ozaukee 
county, 9 miles south of Port Wa-shincton, 
thejudicial seat and banking jioint. Mail, 
daily. G. Timpel, postmaster and farmer. 



BARTON". A town on the C. & X. 
W. Ry, in WiT-hinirton county, 1} miles 
northwest of Wc.^t Bend, the county seat 
and nearest banking point. Population, 
47.5. E-xp, Am. Peter Eraser, postmas- 
ter. 

Boden Adam, saloon. 
Boden John, carpenter. 
Eiscnmann M, sa'.pou. 
Endwig John, carjienter. 
BlirscliboccU I>aiiU-l, Bjots and 

Shoes. 
Huntington & Ne'son, llour mill. 
Kapfer John, hotel. 
KeenintTs Gerhard, saloon. 
Siirolier lac-nry. General Store. 
Kircher Henry jr, hardware. 
^Martin Charles, mason. 
Neigh J R. railr()a<l and cxji agl. 
Rogenbauer Anton, blacksmith. 
Saeman J M, general store. 
Saneressig Henry, hotel. 
Van Bree Gerhard, saloon. 
Wiltinann M, saloon. 



BASCO. On the I. C. R. R., in Dane 
county, 14 miles from Madison, the judi- 
cial SL-at and banking point. Exp.,- Am. 
Tri-«eekly stage to blory. Mllo Saunders, 
postma.ster. 

Duncan I F. railroad, exp anil tel atrent. 
I. mull \ II', General Sti>re. 
^iiiiiiuUT'* .tlil<», Carpenter. 
Saunders >' G. music teacher, 
Viney A, mason. 



BASTIAW. A postoffice in Burnett 
county. lU miles east of Grantsburgh, the 
county sent, and 10; west of Shell' Lake, 
the nearest railroad station. Stages week- 
ly to Shell Lake and Clam Falls. Popu- 



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lation, CO Muil, weekly. Geurgu Mont- 
gomery, postmaster. 

BASSETT. A village on tlic C. & N. 
W. Hy, in Keuo-ilia county, 2- mik's 
southwest of Keuotha, the countj' seat, 
and 13 south of Burlington, the banking 
point. A cheese factory is sustained. 
■i^)pulation, 00, Exp., Am. !Mail, daily. 
K. L. Bassett, postmaster. 
Bassett Si I>, Railroad and Express 

Acent. 
HofEmau M L, prDiiure. 
Karcher Adam, bhiLksraith, 
Suiter Wm A, pcueral store. 



BASS WOOD. A postollke on 
Jlill creek, in liichhind county. fU miles 
souihwest of Kichland Centre, the county 
seat, and 7 north of JIuscoda, the nearest 
railroad station and bankiuj: point. Stapes 
to Muscodaand Viroi[ua. Population, 40. 
Mail, tri-weckly. N. W. Bennett, post- 
master. 

Aneer Jolin, live stock. 
Itciiiicll .\ \V, Blacksmith and Haul- 
ware, 
Cornwall Charles, cheese mnfr. 
Henry Orin, justice, 
.lohuson O, carpenter, 
.lohnson Lewis, carpenter. 
Lucas ,J S. live slock. 
Peters \V S, CJeneral Store. 
I'iekerinc; .John, live slock. 
Powell Joseph, chee.se mnfr. 
Siirnim Nicholas, blacksmith. 
Troxwell Frank, constable. 
Wells Newton, justice. 



BATAVIA. 

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Sheboygan county. 



BAY CITY. A postoffico on the 
fhoreof Lake I'epin and on the C, B, iV. 
-V. l{y, in Pierce county, 13 miles soulh- 
i-ast of ICllsworlh, the county scat, by 
ian'l and .IJ by water northeast of l!ed 
Wing, iMlnn., the nearest bankint,' point, 
^'hges daily to Ellsworth, Esdaile, Iler- 
'x'rt and Clay lit Id. Papulation, loO. Tel., 
>V.U. Exp.. Am. W. E. Tucker, post 
master. 

Anderson C W, liotel. 
''iirrie J N, carpenter. 
>l!-lm(piist S L, ;i^h. 
•^lililei-sU'iii, Saw Mill, 
■^lornn .1 P, real esSate and iutlici'. 
^"'t L, railroad, c.xprci-,'^ and ttl accent. 
="l'ii.eRlo Wm P, Carpenter. 



Tiiciter W !■], Grain and General sion 
Tyler Bros, wooil and lumber, 
Tyler Charles H, real estate. 



BAYFIELD. Is located at the ter- 
minus of the northern div. of the C , St. 
P. M. & O. Uy, in the northern part of 
Buj field county, of which it is the judicial 
seat, 306 miles northwest of Milwaukee, 21 
north of Ashland and 12 north f f Wash- 
burn. It contains Catholic, Episcopal, 
Methodist, Presbyterian, German Luiherun 
and Norwegian Lutheran churched 2 pub- 
lic schools, one public hall, a handsome 
and commodious court bouse, a steam saw 
mill and a large lish packing establish- 
ment. A live weekly newspaper, the /)'•','/■ 
j!'kl County Pr(.is (Pep.), is published. 
The water works are controlled by I he 
Bayfield Hydraulic (Jompany, and were 
erected at a cost of slOOUO. The Lake 
Superior Brown Stone Quarries, in the vi- 
cinily, yield a superior (jualily of building 
stone, (/f which several of the principal 
buildings are built. Fish, lutnbrr and 
building stone, are the jirincipal ship- 
ments. Telephone connection with Wa'-b- 
burn and Ashland. E.\p , Am. anil U. S. 
Tel , W. U. Popululion, l,4i)0. Currie 
G. Bell, postmaster. 

Anderson .lohn, sherilf. 

Andreas Cbauncey T, jeweler. 

Atwood John W, Mngr A Booth Packing 

Co. 
Bnvlield Box Factor}', M Downey mniir. 
liajtield Cornet Band, Fred Ildle leader. 
Bajlield County I're.ss, C Vj Dell pt..pr. 
Uii]liel4l I'oiiiily Title .\l>slrit<-t 

Co, W W Downs Propr. (Sif ai,',-, p 

!oS.) 
Bayfield Fuel Co, Hobert Inglis mngr. 
Baytield House, Hokinson it Anderton 

proprs. 
]5a.Vfield Hydraulic Co, A Tale prcs, F W 

Denipon sec, C G Bell supt. 
Baj field Public Library, Miss E M Silver- 
nail librarian. 
Bell Currie G, propr Bay lield County 

Press. 
Booth A Packing Co, J W Atwood mngr, 

fish. 
Boutin Frank, general store, 
(^asey ICdward, shoenraker. 
('hapman James, general store. 
City 1 Intel, Andrew Farrow propr. 
C;iay Harry, mngr Lland View ILitel. 
I>o\vii>> Will W, Attorney at-Law and 

Propr Baytield County Title Abstract 

Co. {Sec adi', p 15S ) 



Chicago & Grand Iml % 



The Favorite Route East 

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JEccles K F, faloou. 

Etsell Diuiiel J, hardware. 

Farrow Audrew, propr City Hotel. 

Feliiliauseu >Iat, propr Fountain House. 

Fischer Frod, general store. 

Flanders & Herrick (Orl.Tndo Flanders, 

Frank .M Herrick), afeneral store. 
Fouutain House, Mat Feidbausen propr. 
Fox Lizzie, dry troods. 
Freeman ii'jv C E (Presljyterian). 
Oafron Itev John (C'.itbuiic;. 
Grains <>-»crii ESou«ie, Allan T WW- 

liaras Mii'.',r. 
Haniiuiii IJeiiry. physician. 
Ilsti'lxti- <'!«y 33ou«it>, John Hopkins 

I'ropr; Ceiitrally Livcatud. 
Hcll.stiom Frank, liarber. 
Ilokinson & Anderson (Peter Hokinfon, 

Oarar Anderson), proprs Bayfield House! 
ISoplciiis .Bo9iii, Propr Harbor (Jity 

Hoube; Conlrully Located. 
Howley Patrick, restaurant. 
Hoyt it Connor (Charles Hoyt, Charles 

Connor), .saloon, 
[nglis Hobert, insurance and c.^p agent. 
Island View Hotel, Harry Clay mngr. 
Kinney Thomas H, baker. 
Kinlz 'J' F, meat market. 
Knight Alonzo, county treasurer. 
Lambert Mrs Ellen, ilressmaker. 
Leonard W T, coroner. 
Lumlterman's Dank, \Vm Knight 

W W Downs cash. 
McCamis Kobcrt, saloon. 
Jlillor Andrew B, merchant tailor. 
Jtoran Thomas W, railroa'.l and tel a:,'i. 
Morgan l{ev W H (.\Ietliodist). 
Nourse Jo.^cph H, general .-.lore. 
Noyes Cliailos H, circuit court clerk. 
O'Malley Mrs Grace, propr Union HoUl. 
Packard \V II, district ut,torney. 
Parks Kodney. furniture. 
Paulson & Ernest (Theodore Paul.soo, 

Theod(U'e Ernest), carpenters. 



propr. 



Pike Robinson D, saw mill. 

Pike & Drake (11 U Pike, E P Drake). 

stone quarry. 
Pine Georffe A, barber. 
Ruggles A L, county supt schools. 
Ryder Morris, dry goods. 
Shaw Frank, grocer. 
Silvernail John B, baker. 
Stark Frank, grocer. 
Stuart John, grocer. 
Tate Andre'.v, druggist. 
Union Hotel, Mrs Grace O'Malley propr. 
Valley Edward, boat builder. 
Van Xest \Vm, supervisor. 
"Wachsmuth Henry, boots and shoes. 
Waehsmuth tt ICrnest (Henry Wachsmuth, 

■^rbeodore Ernest), saloon. 
Warden A M, county .judge. 
V/illey K P A; Son (Nelson P and Calvin), 

livery. 
Wiliiuins Allan T, County Clerk, 

Dei)iity Circuit Clerk, Police Justice 

and :\Ingr Grand Opera House. 
Wood Alfred H, livery. 



BAY SETTLEMENT. A village 
on the shore fif Grcin ba}'. in Scott town- 
ship. Brown county, il miles northeast oi 
Green liay, the county seat, nearest rail- 
road station and banking point. Stages to 
Green Ray and Sturgeon Buy. Popula- 
tion, SO. ]\Iail, ilaily. 

Bonduin J B, saloon. 
CrstiU'li V, General Store. 
Denis Gregolre, general store. 
Greenwood Frank, meats and saloon. 
Malliet John, shoemaker. 
Moeller Bros, blacksmith. 
Nerille John, saloon. 



BAT VIEW. Door county. 



will! am w. downs, 

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BAY VIEW. :Milwaiikee rounly. A 
staiion of tlie Milwunkee postofiice. For 
biisicess names see MiUvaakee. 

BEAR CREEK. A pott village on 
the iM., L. S. it W. ]!y. in Outii!;amie 
county, 30 miles northwest of Appieton, 
the county seat, anil norlli of New Lon- 
don, tte nearest banlciutr point. Poniila- 
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lion, 400. Te!.,W. U 
Griudel, postmaster. 
Abel C, blacksmith. 
Dimpsey Philip, salivm. 
I'rccinaii T & A, General Store. 
Ilaase Wm, 'waKonmaker. 
JIackman Charles, general store, 
llililebrandt John, harness, 
llvcle F ;\I, ceneral store. 
Iljdc A; !l£a$$.ler, Saw Mill. 
..lepsoj W, live stock. 
Kitfer John, general store. 
Larson K, hotel. 
L'T^'e Julius, blacksniilh. 
Murphy P D. general store and justice. 
I'ilkc 1», Meat Maiket. 
."^cbroeder Charles, ins and farm iinpts. 
Thilkey Charles, genl store and saloon. 
Thorn D P., laud agent. 
Tillman I, wagonmaker. 

BEARS. On the C, .M, & St. P. Itv, 
in Wood county, lo miles from Grand 
liapids, the judicial seat. and lo from Con- 
t'alia. G. IJ. Scott, postmaster and sup- 
erintendent cranberry marsh. 



. BEAR VALLEY. On Pear creek, 
in Kichland county, l-I miles southeast of 
Hichland Centre, the county scat and bank 
h'Ciition, and 10 north of Pone Hock, the 
nearest railroad station. Daily .-lagus to 
I'l'ne Hock and Lavalle. Populalion, 'JOll. 
Mail, daily. Nathan O. Waddell, post- 
tnisier. 

Clniuller Oeor-e, chec.=c mnfr. 
'cidi-rieli Anthony, goneial store. 
I'eidciich Peler. wagonmaker. 
<«ro»'iilicc-U <-, Clietse .\Infr. 
■Miullor Jo-eph, carpenter. 
OcliQiior Joseph, ll.iur mill. 
•^Himitz Joseph, lilacksmilb. 
»> luliUH \a(iiiiii <), General Store. 



v^pAVER. A po.^tofflre on the M. .t 
•'■ '!■ K., in Marinette eountv, 27 miles 
UDtllnvest nf Marinette, the location of the 
learest bank. Population. 1.^,0. IC.vp. 
^\r'i. Tel.,1V. U. M. J. Bi.^hop. postmaster. 



Armstrong Lumber C^'. saw mill. 
Kelley II O, railroad, exp and tel agt. 



BEAVER CREEK. A postoffice in 
Jacksou county, Iti miles southwest of 
Black River Falls, the county seat, and 8 
south of Taylor, the nearest railroad sta- 
tion. Black Iliver Falls is the nearest 
banking point. Stages weeklv to Black 
Itiver Falls and Ktirick. Mail, weekly. 
Gabiiel Anderson, postmaster and insur- 
ance agent. 




BEAVER DAM. A prosperous and 
enterprising city on the N. div. of the (.'., 
M. it St. P. Hy, in Dodge county, 9 miles 
northwest of Juneau, liie judicial seat, and 
G3 northwest of .Milwaukee. It is a favor- 
ite resort for tourists during the summer 
months, and is located in the center of a 
wealthy agricultural district, en joying every 
advantage of climate, fertility rif soil and 
beauty of situation. The different relii:- 
ious denominations are namcroiHy repre- 
sented, and the majority possess handsome 
and imposing places of worshin. The 
educational facilities are of a superior or- 
der, in additiou to an excellent public 
school sjstem. it is the seat <pf the Way- 
land uiiiversily, and the city is l)ec(}niii"ig 
notably prominent for the libel al and care- 
ful manner in which such matters arc sup- 
jiorled and sustained. It contains cotton 
niiils, breweries, pump factory, llouring 
mills, grain elevators, soda water works, 
•woolen mills, a foundry and mac:hine sliop, 
a tannery, a national bank and iiumrious 
large and well stocked S])ecial and general 
store, handsome residences, etc! The 
press is represented by one daily news- 
paper, the lleiirrr Dj/ii ]>,u7'/, and ;i 
weekly, the Biai-(r Diini TFctA/y,' the J),u!f;e 
C'lnnf;/ ('/l/:e!i iinii the Aiyi.-i. The city 
is lighted by electricity and gas, lias an 
excellent system of water works, a well 
eciuipped and cllicienl 11 re department, first- 
class hot<'ls, telephone exch.inge and ail 
the facilities and appointments uf a pro- 
gressive business center. Grain, livestock 
and the products of the various factories 
comprise the shipments. Exp., Am. Tel., 
W. IT. Populalion, 4,300. James P. Mc- 
Gill, postmaster. 

P.abcock Joseph 11. physician, 

Pasklfeld .fohu, harness. 

Peaver Dam Argus, Sherman & Ilutchins 

proprs. 
Beaver Dam Business Men's Assn, G C 

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Beaver Dam Cottou .Mil!s, J J WiUiauis 

pres, J T Smith sec. 
Beaver Dam Daily, \\'ep.Ter Bros publrs. 
Beaver Dam Fair. J T IL-.nd mn^r. 
Beaver Dam Milling Co, Peter P^otdl pres, 

Fred S Lewis sec, flour mill. 
Beaver Dam Water Works Co, J II Pouley 

supt. 
Beeljc Crais; B, Pres Wayland Uni- 
versity and Furniture Dealer. 
Beers Georee, carpenter. 
Beers J &■ Co (Jobu Beers, Edward Liebig), 

grocers. 
Beers JIrs Mary, genera! store. 
Bell Piev Allen fPrcsbjteriaii). 
Bellov.'s Alonzo W. agt C, M & St P By. 
Beule Peter. dru_22iil. 
Bickner Miss Mary, dressmaker. 
Binzel John P, brewer. 
Bludau Matthew, bo(.>kbinder. 
Boebm Charles A, harness. 
Booth Iliram. merchant tailor. 
Bo\vC!5 Eiobcrt T'l, Hardware. Stoves 

and Tinware, Plumbers' and Brewers' 

Supplies, etc. (-fe uih\ opp.) 
Brad:ey George W, photographer. 
Brauick .los'jpb, saloon. 
Brazell James, cabinetmaker. 
Breivogel Philip, blacksmith. 
Bromley Mrs John II, dressmaker. 
Brown Peter, pumps. 
Buckley Kev J (CatholicV 
Burke Michael E. ju'^tice. 
Buttcrbroill C;harle3 h. blacksmith. 
Carroll Samuel T, mason. 
Casparle Joseph, blacksmith. 
Caspary Adam, saloon. 
Chicat'o Uoase. A C Hastings propr. 
Clark EBoii'i', Lawrence Bros Proprs. 
Colmau Rev H.'iirv (..Methodisl). 
Congdon i.t Chumiler (George C Cougdoii, 

Wm II Chandler), drugs. 
Daniels Victor, saloon. 
Davis Kev Newell J (Methodist). 
DeQolyer i.\; Son (Everard W and Norman 

T), machinists. 
Dick James J, lawyer. 
Ditz John, meat market. 
Dodge County Citizen, Thomas Hughes 

propr. 
Domiiiy Miss Ahivia, milliner. 
Donovan James, harnessmaker. 
Doollltlc Silas P. carpenter. 
Drake Ilollis B, cattle breeder. 
Dries Kev J ^CatholicV 
Driscoll Bros (James and J(Jin), barbers. 
Eggle.'-lield Genriie, blacksmith. 
Elwell i.t 15urke'(Edward Elwell, Michael 

E Buike), lawyers. 
Ernst Henry, saloon. 



Fairbanks Ebeiitzer, shoemaker. 

Farlow A. horse breeder. 

Farlow Simeon, horse breeder. 

First National Bank, J J Williams iire-, .T 

E McClure cash. 
Fischer Henry A. shoemaker. 
Fisher Aliss Addie M, milliner. 
Foo Jap, laundry. 
Gaton H Charles, llour and feed. 
Gaudynski Anton, saloon. 
Geutzen Christian, saloon. 
Geoggerle Anton, blacksmith. 
Gcoggerle John, brewer. 
German-American State Bank, L E Rock 

cash. 
Goklhammer Bev C F (Lutheran). 
Grains Henry, tailor. 
Grant, Scherubel ct Co (John Grant, John 

B Scherubel, Andrew AVillanl), genera; 

store. 
Griffls Wm C & Co (Wm C Grillas, Milton 

M Erway), drugeisf". 
Groliiig Charles, masoa. 
Grover Lyman, hor^e breeder. 
Hammer Mat, saloon. 
Hand John T, mngr Fair. 
Hannemanu Julius, Hour and feed. 
Harder John, soda water mnfr. 
Harvej' Chester W. meat market. 
Hastings A C, hotel and baker. 
Heiiler Max, bl.'icksmith. 
Heiiiig Charles W, sewing machines. 
Hensler Mrs Charles, mi<lwife. 
Hen.^ler Conrad, carpenter. 
Heuskr John F, miat market. 
Herkert Bros (Frank C and Adam;, cigar 

mnfrs. 
Herr .lohn, planing mill. 
HolTeibert A- I'.dehl Crheodore HolTerl>eit, 

Richard BeichI), hardware. 
HoUiiiL'Sworth George, horse breeder. 
Hop F Charles, saloon. 
IIoiJ;ins A B, liuhtning rods. 
Iloppi; Chailes F, siUoou. 
Hortori George W, photographer. 
Hosmer James E, justice. 
Ilumnul Annie, saloon. 
Hulh Theodore, meat market. 
Iro John, salnon. 
Johnson Piev T S (Presbyterian). 
Jonas Kev Edward (Lutheran). 
Jones Wm L, lieutist. 
Juillian Baptistc.tailor. 
Justice H N, horses. 
Kalb Mrs Carrie, milliner. 
Kei'Iey Wm E. lawyer. 
KIrchmann Wm, saloon. 
Kiitmann Paul, baker. 
Knaup Uev F i .Methodist). 
Knorr Frank, livery. 



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Lftmbcck Lorenzo, barber. 

LanJer John C, general storo. 

Lauder & Lander (Henry W and Henry 

11), lawvers. 
LauTOnc'C Bros (Tliomas D and Wm 

H) Proprs Clark Hnuse. 
Lawrence & Co (Abel P and Frank E 

Lawrence), grocers, 
Lehman Adam, wagonmaker. 
Leibig Edward, blacUsraith. 
Livermore L D, s\irveyor. 
Londergan .John, fruit^f. 
McClure Joseph F, physician. 
^IcDermott .lohn, saloon. 
Mc!>onaia Edward M, phvsician. 
ilcDufflc DLV,-ill C, exp and tel agent. 



McKinstry John &, Son (John and Wm D), 
furniture. 

-Martin Jacob, saloon. 

Martin Jacob .jr. cigar mnfr. 

Jlarvin Arthur L, carpenter. 

Matthews iic Schleward (Ernst Matthews, 
Ferdinand Schlewardi, blacksmiths. 

jrenke Fredeiick \V, merchant tailor. 

Miller fcharles C, stationery. 

Milwaukee Iloll^e, Anton Seifert 
Propr; Commercial Travelers and Thea- 
trical Trade Solicited. 

Mirlach A F it Bro (Andrew F and Joseph 
F), jewelers, 

Moe Abraham D, ratisical instruments. 

Moon Ossian C, dentist. 



R. M. BOWES, 

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ROBBER HOSE, ETC. 

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Veterinary Surgeon 

Ar^D HORSS: DETJTIST. 

SoloMaiiiifaclur.T.if the 

Phelps Condition Powders 

Known as tbr ApF'*^ti2er atiJ lilucKl PurUier. 
Correspondetice Solicited. 



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Attorncy=al-La\v, iXotary Public and Justice of Peace. 
Proiui)t Atloiitioii t;ivoii to Collodions. IJEAYER 1)A3I, WIS. 

Harfl'.VarP rion MtnitiTll ^^''••"' '""'■ «»" Cntalosne. JOHN .lIi:iMi;u 
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2 S Music Hall, C C 3Iil!er mcgr. 

.-g !Xeuruhr .ToliD, saluoa. 
S g iNewtou Theodore L, horse breeder. 

~ Newton it ^Venz (Tboinas L ><'ewton, Ed- 
ward C Weuz), general store. 
Nicohxus Ilermau 0, ci;,ir nuifr. 
Ordway A F & Sons (Alvin F, Guy II and 

Edward A), mill furnishers. 
Peacock M B II, grain elevator. 
Peck Chester, feed mill. 
Pfeiffer Frederick, pumps. 
S*!ieIfJ?< Xorisian '8, Veterinary Sur- 
gcoi] and JIaiiufacturer of Phelps' Con- 
dition Powders. (Sre fi(lr,,p IGl.) 
Plank Charles, agent P C Hanford Oil Co. 
8*r«tl E«lM«f«l 4J, Justice of Pe.ice, 
Lawyer and Xotary ; CoUectiona Prompt- 
ly Attended to. (.f-'-r atlv, p IGl.) 
ria'-:?man Frederick, hardware. 
Rodfield & Hawley (Geerge E Redfield, 

H II Ilawley), insurance. 
Uissmau Bros (Edward and Theodore A), 
grain. 

^ IJoedl Frank jr. saloon. 
CO SJj>e<H, J;ifOt)s iS. BJall (Peter Itoedl, 
.'^lichacl A Jacobs, John \V Hall), Lum- 
ber. 
Howell J S Mnfg Co, John S Howell pres, 
Theodore B Powell supt, farm impls. 
_ St Charles Hotel, Jacob Zepn propr. 
„ ^ Schemmel & Schade (Eniil A Schemmcl, 
S2 2 ^^'^"' Scliadc), general .store. 
*- Schettler Win & Co (\\u\ Schettler, Otto 
^gBi^ Ziniiurr), general store. 
j~j Scluller Edwin A, grocer. 
frt Schluckebier & Thomas (.Henry SchUick- 
j=«j ebicr, Helen Thomas'), general store. 
^SS".Schmadebeck Louis, barber. 
is Schmidt John J, tjoots and shoes. 
^3 Schnctzler Jacob U, physician, 
g^ Schumaclier Joseph, shoemaker. 

Schutle Carl F, insurance. 
C13 Seara Harry B. physician. 
CJl Scircrl iViil oil, Propr Milwaukee 
CS House; Good Accommodations for the 
CO Traveling Trade. 
a— Sekelski Pev J F (Catholic). 
S3 Sellen it Selleu CSicholaa and Wm P), 
C/^ saloon. 

gS Shepard & McFadycn (Wm B Shepard, 
■"*" Neil McFadycn). dry snoods. 
CO Sherman it irutchin.s'(lie!ijaniin F Sher- 
^~ man, Frank A Hutchinsi, proprs Argus. 
^33' Shipman Uzal O, carriages. 
"q5 Sloan A Scott, circuit .iudge. 
^j. Smith Noah, hides. 
^M Snortz Mias Mary, dressmaker. 
\ Speic'n Kev Peter ( Lvangelical). 
■ Staab Philip II, livcry. 

' Starkweather Courtney, lumber. 



Stolz it Heisler(GustavusStolz, Ferdinai, ; 
Ileisler), general store. 

Striebel Conrad, coal and wood. 

Sweets Rev Wiutield S (Baptist). 

Tague Thomas N, sewing machines. 

Taibert George E, pliysician. 

Tegelmann C^hris, baker. 

Thomas John, saloon. 

Thomas II E & Sou (Richard E and George 
H), blacksmiths. 

Thorp Wm H. jev.-eler. 

Tippeuhauer Frederick, confectioner. 

Tracy !^lIrs Orinda, dressmaker. 

Triecher Mrs Louise, dressmaker. 

Turner. Miller & Blumeuthal (Wm R Tur- 
ner, John W Jliller, Herman M Blumen- 
thai), marble works. 

Veling Amlrew, furniture. 

Veling Bros (Peter and Charles), photogrs. 

Veling J it Bro(Johu and Wm), saloon. 

Vesper Artemus, horse breeder. 

Vettcr Oscar C, farm impts. 

Voorus Clark W, physician. 

Wade Wm, livery. 

Wagner Joseph, tlt.rist. 

Wuldiek Henry, saloon. 

WayUmd SJiiivcrxily, C B Beebe 
Pres . 

Weaver Bros (Ray and Edwin L), publrs 
Beaver Daiu Daily. 

Webb Win B, physician. 

AVebb Wm H, ph..toi;raphor. 

Westfall Frederick, barber. 

Whitmore P & Son (Philemon and E P), 
furniture. 

Wilk Bros (Herman and Isadore), clothing 

Williams it Davics (Owen R Williams, 
Wm II Davies), geniiral store. 

Wilson Jlisses :\lary M it Sarah JI, dress- 
makers. 

Wiltke Roljert, creamery. 

Woolen Mnfg Co, Calvin E Lewis pres, G 
W Chandler sec. 

Wright Cyrus E. sa.sh and doors. 

Yager Staninlaus, blacksmith. 

Zander John C, general store. 

Zanwcll Wm, shoemaker. 

Zenk Philip, cooper. 

Zepp Jacoi), propr St Charles Hotel. 

Zweck Michael, mason. 



BECKER. A village on the M., L. S. 
it W. Ry, in Outagamie county, VV miles 
northwest of Appleton, the county seat 
and nearest banking point. Population, 
50. JIail, daily. John Knapstein, post- 
master. 

Crun/.er John, mason. 
Deschler Wm, shoemaker. 
FeUlschmidt Sebastian, hotel. 






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Kroclich Rev ,7 B (Catholic). 
t!raubea:jeifer Htnry, wagiminaker 
<;riil>cr Jolm, Cheese .Mufr. 
Kleiuhan3 Rev A (Lntherai ). 
KiiHpbteiuJdhu. hotel. 
I,(ischmidt Adolph, cooper. 
Meyer L & Co, wagoamaker8. 
JNeahans John, feed mill. 



BEECHV/OOD. A village in She- 
boygan couLty. '2') miles southwest of She- 
boygaa, the county seat, 5 uorilieast of 
Xewfane, the neare:>t railroad station, and 
1-") soiilhwest of Plymouth, the nearest 
hdukint; point. Population, 40. Mail, 
daily. Charles Koch, postmaster. 

Drescher Frederick, blacksniith. 
GessnerEmil, carpenter. 
K'ein Frank, mascjn. 

lioeii CliarScs, General Store and Ho- 
tel. 
Koepke Fred, ■v\\ap;onmaker. 
O'Conuell J U, cheese mnfr. 



BEEP SLOUGH. Is located cu the 
Mississippi and I!ei f rivers, and on the 0. 
15. ^t N. R. R , in Buffalo county, 3 wiles 
uoilh of Alma, the county scat and near- 
est banking imiut. Stages to Gilniantowu, 
fire. ^l;to .Moiidovi, fare, .^L.-jO; and to 
Miidena, fare, 50 cents, Tel.. W. U. Exp., 
Am. Population, .500. George acolt. 
postmaster. 

Beef Slough Mnf,', Booming, Lngdriving 
and Trans|iorl,-itlrin Co (eapilali ^100|- 
•100), F 'Weyerliaouser prcs, T Irvine sec. 

I!urgess .John, lumber inspector. 

n.apman J F, loggers .agent. 

Chippewa Logging Co, F Weyerhaeuser 
pres and treas, p G Chichester sec. 

Ii-iinc AU'xiiiKler, General Store. 

Irvine Artlnir, r:ii:,ing pin mnfr. 

»rvini- Ik'iiiamin. carpenter. 

:fli«si«^ip|t] 5?i»fr B>o;;sinu Co 
(Capital. sl.OTo.OOO), F Weyerhaeuser 
Prts, T Irvine .-^ec. 

•^oott «i('<.i-;,r<>. Cashier Mississippi 
KiverLo.,Mnu'"Co. 

Wi'Uly US ({, Rubber Stami>^ and Rail- 
read .\gi'nt. 

Worth Henry, blacksmith. 



BEETOWN. In Grant countv. 10 
miles southwest of Lancaster, the juilicial 
Stat, 9 northeast of Cassyille, on the C. B. 
"^ ^'- H. R, the nearest shipping pi. int. 
f»f a 7 from lil(jomiiigtou, the nearest bank- 
ing point. Staixes daily to Cassvillc; fare, 
■iOj:ents, and triweekly to 151o(.minLrtoii 



and Lancaster; fares, .50 and 75 cents, re- 
spectivelj'. Population, 300. Mail, daily. 

Alderson James, general store. 
Bonham F M. grocer. 
Burch S-imuel, blacksmith. 
Callaway \Vm, saloon. 
Fleckner V,"m. saloon. 
Jack August, wagunmaker. 
Jameson John A, blacksmith. 
Kern C, wagonmaker. 
Stevens \Ym B, general store. 

BELDENVILLE. A station on the 
C, St. P., .^L d; 0. Ry, in Pii.-rce county, 
4 miles northwest of Ellsworth. the county 
seat. Population. 12".. Tel., W. U. Exp". 
Am. George E, Doollttle, postmaster. 
Baker Cassius, blacksmith. 
Beliieoville [jiiniber Co, veneer mnfrs. 
Brimmer ^\' I), genl store and stave mill. 
Davis Sbubel, carpenter. 
Oooliltle CiC'or:je E, General Store. 
Goldsmith C, countable. 
Goldsmith it Wilson, blacksmiths. 
Hail Jerome A. justice. 
Larson Bros & 'NV'ood, genl store and saw 

mill. 
Mills JI B. saw mill and handle mnfr. 
Minneapolis Biirrel Mnfi; Co. 
£iee«l f.i<;M>i';;<' ^V, Veneer Mnfr. 
Kounce \V'ra, saw mill. 
Severence Frederick A, lumber. 
Suydam Charles, live stock. 



BELGIUM. A postoffice on the M., 
L. S. ik \V. fiy, in Ozaukee county, s; miles 
north of Port Washington, the county 
seat anrl nearest banking p.jint. Popula- 
ti.)n. .jO. Tel., AV. U. Exp., U. S. J. 
N. Ellenbecker, postmaster. 
Antone Adolph, cheese mnfr. 
Bitlner Philip, blacksmith. 
Dahm M, bl.-icksmith. 
i:il4Mii>oi-kt,-r Jl .V, General Store and 

Gram, 
Freyling John P, shoemaker. 
Oroll John. ,ceneral store. 
Hamm J P. blacksmith. 
Hirlel R J, railroad, exp and tel agt. 
IloH'man John, blacksmith. 
Krier J B, hardware. 
Pirron iV Co, cheese mnfrs. 
Sclilitz P, saloon. 
Schmidler Frank, bolel. 
We\ ker ,^1, general store and grain. 

BELL CENTER. A village on Kick 
ap.io river, in Cr\wford county. S~> miles 
northeast of Prairie du Chien, the count)' 



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ulation, 400. Mail, tii-weekiy. 
Lewis, postmaster. 

Buckmastpr John, grist mill. 

Cameron J;iracs, shuem;iker. 

Campbell J N. %v.Tioumaker. 

Cnini>l)L-tl iv tri. Lawyer. 

Clark J 11, physician. 

Ellis Albert, dentist. 

Funk Jlorgan, cooper. 

Gay, Onley & Co, flour mill. 

Huffman Charles A, ins and collections. 

Kast C S, saloon. 

Kast J 2n. la'.vyer. 

Lewis F \Y, Live Stock Breeder. 

Mastia Malt^hew, druggist. 

Miller Ira N, mason. 

Peck Jlclvin, machini.=t. 

Porter W H. cabinetmaker. 

Posy John, hotel. 

Purlngton A B, physician. 

Richards A B, physician. 

Kotan James, restaurant. 

Rounds L A, carpenter. 

Rounds O I' & Co, silver mines. 

Smith Seymour, shoemaker. 

Stowell Arthur L. blacksniitli and justice. 

Strong George, haruessmaker. 

Strong Jeremiah B, lime nnd brick mnfr. 

Tate W \V, saw mill and lie.'^. 

Tate ^y W & Co, fff-neral .store. 

TlKMiip^oii J'ol!"er'<'.»!i, Wagonmaker. 

AV'hitaker Bros, meat market. 

Whilaker Thomas, hardware. 

Wood O A. saw mill. 

Young Wm, hotel. 



BELLEFOUNTAIN. In Columbia 
county, ]'J milcs norlbr;i,^i of Pnrtas^e. the 
county seat and nearest banking point, 
and .5 from Pardeevillf, the iieare.-t rail- 
road station. Popul.ttiou, 100. ^lail, 
semi-weekly. E. C. Wtst, postmaster. 

Cuff Henry, feed and sorghum mill. 
Lovell John, stone mason. 
West iu C, Broom ^Infr. 

BELLE PLAINE. On tluM., L. S. 
& W By. in Siiawano county, .'j; miles 
southwest of Shawjino. the county seat 
and neiirest banking pmnt. I'l'iuihiiion, 
50. Mall, dally. F. C. Schewe, post- 
master. 

Bomke Adolnh. farm impts. 
Hudtloff Ikv Wm a.ulheiaa). 
Kalbow A, f."-rm impis 
Peterson Alrwndcr, general storp. 



Rouse L >S, land agent. 
Schewe C, Ijlacksmith. 
Sfliewe F C, General Store. 
Webster F C & Son, saw mill. 



BELLEVILLE. A village on Sug.u 
river and the C, il. & X. R. R , in Dant 
county, :;0 miles southwest of JIadisou. 
the County seat, and 15 northwest oi 
Evansville, the nearest banking point. 1' 
contains 2 churches, a school and a weekly 
newspaper, the S'lO'ir Juver l!,cord. Slagt-- 
daily to Uavtdu, .Montrose and Primrose. 
Population,' y.:0. Tel., W. U. Exp., Am. 
J. U. Gould, postmaster. 

Belleville House, E Gaffacy propr. 

Best George, grocer. 

Blunt it Bennett, clothing. 

Brittenham i Hixon. lumber. 

Caldwx'll W X, General Store. 

Derrickson Charles W, hardware. 

Fuller A, mason. 

Gaffney Edward, prnpr Belleville House 

Goodenow Henry, propr I'arlc Hotel. 

Goiitd .Siiinc'' Eil, Grocer. 

Gray A A, builder. 

Haag Andrew, shuemaker. 

Harmon F P, meat niaiket. 

Kane ^V J, constable. 

Laml)oley Louis, luirber. 

Lamore \V B, livery. 

Leuelisinger Fred, liutter and cheese. 

Leuchsinger & Caldwell, cheese mnfrs. 

Lawrence D L, harnc-s. 

JIanson A P. pb';tographer. 

Meachara IJ C, masim. 

XorUui JJ \\, Flour Mill. 

Oliver K A, blacksmith. 

Park Hotel. II Goodenow propr. 

Smith D S it F. grain and live stock. 

Stevens C E, railroad, esp and tel agent. 

Story E C. confectinner. 

Story H E, grain and feed. 

Story & lloi-kins, general store. 

Sugar River Recorder. J M Wiiliami 

piiblr. 
Sullivan James, painter. 
Targesim J, wagonmaker, 
Uleiich H J, furniture and undertaker. 
'W'heelwrisht W S, physician. 
AVilliams .1 .M. ins and publr Recorder. 
^yiiliaiiis \%- T, Drugs. 
Wood D X it Co, creamery. 



BELLEVTJE. A country postollkr 
in Shawano county, 8 miles southwest ui 
Shawano, the seat of justice and banking 
p^'int. and ^^^ norlli i>!" Embarrass, th-' 
nearest shipping point. Dailj- mail si "' 



Chicago & Grand Tfyril( Ej, 



The Favorite Route East 

VIA NIAGARA FALLS. 



fl .,\If„hl',i-, 3iioii-n«nr> Pn Cash Assela, $110,000,000. I AorUnvostcrn Ilvaiu" 



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to Embaira.55. Populatiou, 3o. 3Ury A. 
reterson, postmaster. 

Beedle George, railroad, exp and tel agent 
I'c'tcrsoJi -VIoxHiiiJci', General Store. 
Sanders 11, hotel. 

BELMONT. A villa >;e on the C, M. 
& St. P. Ky. in LaFayelte county, 10 miles 
northwest of Darlington, the judicial seat, 
and S from Platteville, the nearest banking 
point. E.xp., U. S. Tel., W. L\ Popu- 
lation, 400. G. Hemphill, postmaster. 
Barrett John, hanlware. 
Cartels John II. tailor. 
I?elImont Creamery C'o. 
Brown Oeorre, Iiiinl)pr, 
Krou-ii Euobcrl *V, General Store. 
Biidloi'g Charles A, railroad, exp and tel 

agent. 
•Corbis Mrs E, dressmaker. 
De Witt Charles T, physician. 
Dougherty & Simmons, grain. 
Doyle Mrs Michael, notions. 
Garden it Minor, gen store and drugs. 
Glassou Mrs Lavina, restaurant. 
Goble ifc Cliesleitield, s-aloon. 
Ilamlily W'm, hlack^mith. 
Iietii|>iiill Uros, Harness, 
llemiiliiil .John .1, eariieater. 
nines August, blacksmith. 
HuDtincton & Trevarlhen, lime. 
.Tones D ,T, mason. 
Klatt Itev (Ijutheran). 
Klalt T W, prin of school. 
Krascho August, shoemaker. 
LiUick P T,' feed mill. 
Luce ]{ ]{, prin school. 
^^IcGuigen F & Co, saloon. 
Mappes Charles, propr St Charles Hotel. 
JIappes Louis N. ice. 
Mi<-li:iclis Theodore, Boots and 

Shoes. 
Morris K A, physician. 
Noilolf \Vm, wac'onmaker. 
Olmstad Nathan T, justice. 
I'elton Chapin, carpenter. 
Pritclmrd & Webster, general store. 
Kapp George, meals, 
itehmstedt tlenry F, propr U S Hotel. 
HlclianK- Kichard. mason. 
Ij.obbins .Tames C, farm impls. 
Ivolliiis ,1ohn, constable. 
St Charles Hotel, C .Mappes propr. 
SiiiibrortU I'eter, (icnera! Store. 
Simmons Wm, carpenter. 
Stein Samuel I. general store. 
Terrill ,Tamea R, barber. 
Irevarthan .Mi.ss Kate, dressmaker. 
Inited Sta'es Hotel, U FKehmstedl propr. 



Vail Wm B, insurance. 
Webb Frank H, blacksmith. 
'%Ve!(*icr Mrs S S, Milliner. 
Wickmann E. carpenter. 
Willey Ivev (.Methodist). 

BEIjOIT. Is built on both banks of 
Ruck river, which is spanned by three 
biidues, from wliicli a delightful view may 
be obtained, and is a thriving incorporated 
city on the C, M. & St. P. P.y, at the 
crossing of the C. it N. W. Ry, in Rock 
county, 81 miles southwest of .Milwaukee, 
and 14 south of Janesville, the seat of jus- 
tice. The excellent water power here ob- 
tainable has been one of the main factcjrs 
in the pros]ierity of the city. Beloit now 
contains a wind-mill, pump and tank fac- 
tory, 3 wood working machine f;>.ctories, 
a clutch pulley numufact iry, the Williams 
Engine ^Vorks, 2 paper mills, the Beloit 
Iron "Works, agricultural implement 
vforks, a scale factor^', a sash, door and 
blind factory, paint and carriage shops, 
planing and tlouring mills, a foundry and 
machine knife factory, a piper pail fac- 
tory, glove and mitten factory, overall, 
shirt and pants factories, a shoe factory, a 
number of cigar factories, etc. The pro- 
ducts of the above form the principal 
shipments. The educational facilities 
comiirise Beloit Colleg<^ covering an area 
of "Si acres, wilh s buildincs, including a 
library (l-'J.OOO volumes) and a gvni- 
nasium, and good public schools, the latter 
employing 30 teachers. Eleven churches 
minister to the religious want-i of the 
people; they represent the following de- 
nominations: Ccuigrcgational, EpisCo)ial, 
Melhoiiist Episcopal,^ Baptist, Christian, 
Catholic, Presbyterian, German and Nor- 
\ve^;ian Lutheran, and German Presby- 
terian. Two newspapers, the l^rc: I'l-esm 
(daily and weekly), and the Cilizeii (daily 
and weekly), are [lublished. Tlie city ;s, 
lighted by electricity and gas, has an ex- 
cellent system of water works and an 
ellicient fire department, 3 banks. 2 L'-'iod 
hotels, an ojicra house, and seviTal smaller 
balls. Bonded debt, .■^.'iG.UOO. assessed 
valuation of real and personal propertv, 
^2.000,001). Exp., Am. and U. S. Tele- 
phone Exchange. Tel., W. U. Popula- 
ti(.>u, 7,000. Cham. IngersoU, postmaster. 

Abbott ,1 AV & W H (.Tames W and Wm 

H). dry goods. 
Abraham lOmanuel, barber. 
Ackley (Jeorge F, marble works. 
.Vddler iV- Co, dry goods. 



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Allen ifc McEvo_v iW Ilenrv Allen, Joseph 

C McEvoyi, muchiDists. 
.America Heating Co (capital, $300,000), 

George A Houston pres, Fred K Hous- 
ton sec and treas. 
Amcricfin Hotel, A L TTood propr. 
Anderson George H, agt Am Exp Co. 
^Appleby George, barber. 
'Appleby & Hawkins (\Vm U Appleby, 

Patrick ,J Hawkins), barbers. 
Austin "\V L, city treasurer. 
Axtell W S, supt public schools. 
Ayer Robert, electrician. 
Babbitt Clinton, lire stock. 
Bailey Thomas B, grain. 
Baker David, mngr Minnesota Lumber Co. 
Ball tt Goss (Win T Ball, Arthur F Go^s), 

farm implements. 
Harlow & Co (F.d-wnrd B and Harry 

Barlow), Proprs Eureka Laundry, 43-1 

School. 
Barrett S E Mnfg Co. Samuel E Barrett 

prts, building paper. 
Katt's J W," Altorney-at Law, 330 E 

Bridge. 
Baumes Wm H. dry goods. 
IJell Samuel, phy.-^ician. 
ISeloll Brewery, Mrs Augu.4ina Schleuk 

propr. 
I'eloil Carpet Co, .7 JI Carpenter mngr. 
Beloit City Band, Frank Collar director. 
Beloit Coilece, Edward D Eaton. D D, L L 

D, pres, Kev Henry P Higley, D D, sec. 
Beloit Co-operative Loan and Building 

Assn. Edgar S Greene sec. 
Beloit Electric Light and Power Co, "W A 

Ivnapp pres, W O Patterson mugr. 
Beloit Free I'ress. Ch.nm lugersoll propr. 
Beloit Improvement Co (oapitnl, ;j;lO,000), 

J P. IVrlpres, W H Wlieeler sec. 
Beloit Iron Works iratMial. .■^■•Ci) 000), A 

Aldrich pres. K J Burd-e see, 
]!eloit Paper IV.il Woik-, C A Hathbuu 

sec and sec. 
ri<'loil ^aviii:;* Uank, IJ J Dowd 

Pie-. .1 A Iloiiiu'^ N-c and Treas: The 

Fir.st Ucul Savings Bank in the State. 
Beloit Straw Hoard Co (capital, !<00.000). 

Samuel E Barrett pres, Elmore .1 Adams 

sec. 
Beloit Gas Light and Coke Co, Thomas C 

Hopper pres, Joseph Ilindley sec and 

mngr. 
Beloit Swing Saw and Posettc Machine 

Co, Thomas Piirves pres. l]Lipmansec. 
BrU.il Water Works fcapit'il, iOO.OOO), J 

B Peet pres, C; B Salmon sec. 
liennett Lewis F. phvsieian, 
Berlin ?ilacliine AVcrks (capital, iflOO.OOOi, 

Porter B \ales pre*, .io-eph Yates see. 



Buck- 



Beslcy C H ct Co ^Charles U Besley, F \ 
Gardner), machinists. 

Bestor Kev O P (Baptist). 

Bisshopp Harrv E. llmr mill. 

Bittel Mrs Adam, blacksmith. 

Blazer "Wm, meat market. 

Blodgett Wm, flour mill. 

Bois A Frank, tailor. 

Bort, Bade V & Co I Albert X P.ort, Fred 
erick J Bailey, "Wm H Greeuman\ dry 
goods. 

Bowling J Henry, barber. 

Bradley L B & Son (Lent B and James A) 
dentists. 

Branigan Thomas, hotel. 

Bredeson Halvor, shoemaker. 

Brown Kobcvt 11. constable. 

Brown Wallace C. propr Citizen. 

Buckeridge A L it Co (Alfred L 
eridge), meat market, 

Buckeridge Edwin K, meat market. 

Buckeridge Isaac, physician. 

Buckley Cornelius, lawyer. 

Bullock Albert W, crocer. 

Bullock C II. city assessor. 

Burdge llichard J, lawyer. 

Burger Edward W. lueat market. 

Burger John, meat market. 

Burpee Charles L, photographer. 

Cadman Isaac P, modelmaker. 

Cahn Abraham M, notions. 

Calvert Wm II. hardware. 

Campbell Mrs Ellen .1. hair goods. 

Cannon Carl W, barber. 

Carpenter iNathan A. restaurant. 

Carr Mrs Julia E. milliner. 

Central House. C F Jackson propr. 

Chamberlin I F. ice dealer. 

Citizen Piibli'liii!;: Co Tlio, O H 
Orton Pre.?. F F lyivermore S.c anil 
Treas, C B Mead Mngr, PublrsTlic Cit- 
izen. 

Clark & Howard (James Clark, Anthony 
HounrdV saloon. 

Clarke Elijah X. dentist. 

Clarke George II. dry roods. 1^ 

Clifford Harvey S. seeds. 

t'oatrs ^tcaiii l^miiuirj'.John Coates 
Propr; a First Cla^s Bith iioom is Con- 
nected with the Laundry. 

Cohn Abraham, notions. 

Coiei Hodman (Wm A Cole. Phineas C 
Rodman), barbers. 

Colehour Frank E, photographer. 

Colwell Charles A, carpenter. 

Conner James B. restaurant. 

Conzet Rev Jacob (Presbyterian). 

Corcoran Timothy D. act Adams E.vp Co. 

Cormauy John H. blacksmilli. 

Cornelius Mrs O .\. restaurant. 



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The Favorite Route East 

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Steam, Ilydraiilic and Han«l-l»o\vor 
and l"rii;;i)l KLSCVATOIIS, \VareIioii»-e 
ICto. C.I2-0U Comrneroe Street, Milwaukee, Wis. 



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Cowles it Meaoham (\S'atson L Cowles, 

Milts S Jleacham) grocers. 
Crahen Patrick H, cigar mnfr. 
Cram George H, boots antl shoes. 
Croft James, act C. M ifc St P lly. 
Cunningham I'emard, carpenter. 
CuuniDfrbatii Bros (Lawrence E aniljohn), 

contractors. 
Daljlberc Edwin T, jeweler. 
Daniels Sisters (Amantia I and Mary 

E), Milliners and Dressmakers, 4'40 

School. (See ndt. IduiD ) 
Darling Austin L, slioemaker. 
Day & Andrews (Edward A Day, Fred- 
erick Andrews), confectioners. 
Do Groll Lorenzo, Hour and feed. 
Dow Joel P>, lawyer and insurance. 
Dowd I'ex J, machine knife riuifr. 
Dudley Misses (Adeiia and Flora), llorisls. 
Dulhanty Timothy, restaurant. 
Dunn "\Vm, tailor. 
Eclipse tiutoli Works, W II 

Wlieeler Pres, (J 1-^, \Vhee)er Sec and 

Treas, Mnfrs of Friction Clutch Pulleys, 

Etc. 
Eclipse Wind Engiuc Co, Charles II Morse 

prcs, George W Sparks sec. 
Enaerson Charle.s A, drUL'gist. 
English Wm, const able 
£rraiilM-ii<-U I' J, .Mnrr Grand Hotel, 

opposite C .M A: St P Dcti.it 
Esplin Mrs .Mary A, milliner. 
r.urfliii B.,:tiiii<lr}', liarlow ik Co 

Proprs, 431 School. 
Evans Kvan J, grocer. 



Eveiett Frank C, photographer. 

Everett Mrs Mary, hair goods. 

Fallon Frank, saloon. 

Farr L U, physician. 

Fera Sisters (Amanda and Ida M). milli- 
ners. 

Fischer Louis, merchant tailor. 

Fitzgerald AVm, stone mason. 

Fitzgibbons Thomas, saloon. 

Flint Charles H, cooper. 

Floker John C. barber and b.aths. 

P'lorey Sylvester, cigur mnfr. 

Fluekiger Edward D, grocer. 

Fluekiger Ernest J. boots and shoes. 

Fluker John C, barber. 

Foss John F, carriageinaker. 

Foster Frank S, drupirist. 

Foster JIoliii A: Co (John Foster, Wm 
D Hall), JInfrs of the Finest Shoes in 
the World. 

Foster Joseph B, jeweler. 

Foster Wm A, iia|icr Ijo.x mnfr. 

Frederick A; Beach (George Frederick, Wm 
H Beach), hardware. 

Gammon Edward M, symphony orchestra. 

Gammon iV; Peynolds (Edward JI Gam- 
mon, A E Ueyiiolds). painters. 

Gardner Frederick N. supt Charles H 
Besley it Co. 

Gardner Is.aac, v.-<i<.l ^nd produce. 

Garlick George L, n slatirniit. 

Garrlgan Dennis, boots and shoes. 

Gaston N B it Son (Xathau B and Augus- 
tine J), scale mnfrs. 



The Goodwi 

HARRY M. HAYS, - Proprietor. 



THE LEADlilG HOTEL OF THE CIIY. 



CENTR/iLLY LOCATED. 



Fine Large Sample Rooms. All Modern Improvements. 



MILLINERS AND DRESSMAKERS. 

Hats and Bonnets Made to Order. All the Latust Novelties on tand. 
KKI.01T, WISCOXSIX. 



P^*,p*.%9 P" ■ JO, 12 niid 11 Fourth St., Fond dii I.ac, \V\h. 

Obfe. S rE? 5*5 Carriages, Hacks, 'Busses and SleiShsforSale Cheap 



CfJ^'^^n^ Fd ■^'^T^^'^rrririnfl .?/. f,n Manufacturers, 



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Gcslcy 33aiiiifjit!ijri!is t'o, Torris 

Gesley Prts, Charles O Millett Sec anil 

Treas, Agricultural Implement llnfrs, 

217 WBriilLje. 
Goodall Ira E, notary public. 
Goodall Miss Luella F, artist. 
Goodwin Opera House, R II Yi'ilson mnsr. 
Goodwill Tlie, H M Hays Propr. (Sje 

adv, p 167.) 
Gordon Jolin B, hardware. 
Gordon A HcJioiiiicy (Charles E 

Gordon, George II .'>UKeDneyi, Pianos, 

Organs, Sewing ilucUines, Tuning, etc, 

431 School. 
Gowing AV'ni H, veterinary surgeon. 
Graves Oscar, secondhand ijooJs. 
Gray Jliss Carrie E, priu public schools. 
Green Isaac, tailor, 
Greene Charles C, grocer. 
Greenwood .John T, washing machines. 
Greenwood & Martin (.lolm T Grijeuwood, 

John Martin), paint mufrs. 
Gregory Cnrr.ill S, plumb-T. 
GrovclfOii SI V iV Son (IlowlandV 

and George M), Wholesale and Retail 

Paper, lU State. 
Guernsey Lucius T, printer. 
GiliMlllow Clsarlos A, Livery and 

Dealer in all Kinds of Farm ilachinery, 

W Bridge opp N W Uepot. 
Halliday Andrew .1, dairy. 
Halls John l-", grocer. 
Hamlin Rev Cyrus (Congregational). 
Hamlin Mrs Cyrus, rausic teacher. 
Hamlin & Race (\Vm Hamlin, Frank E 

Race), jewelers. 
Hansel! John, dairy. 
Hansen C & Sons (Charles, Edward F and 

\Vm O), plow niufis. 
Hansen Eiiward, city clerk. 
Haskell Mrs A .X, dressmaker. 
Hausi^r .Ifihn, grocer. 
Haynes Mi'.a.Iulia A. milliner. 
IIa}> Slurry SS, Propr The Goodwin. 

{,See a,lo, ;> li>7 i 
Helm Bros (Arthur C and Ernest), phys. 
Higley Rev Henry P lC(Uiirrt!.'Htionali. 
Hiil & Fuller (.Joseph II Hill, James O 

Fuller), merchant tailors. 
Holcomb Urns tt Co (Cliironl A and Wm 

H Ilolc(imb), plumbers and pumps. 
Holloway M A ifc Son ',.Mira A and Ed- 

waid), SLCondhanil go.-„!s. 
Holmes John A, sec and treas Beloit Sav- 
ings Bank. 
IloicI <;r:itid, Wiildo A Sou Proprs; 

Sliictly First Cla^-s [[..teh R.-ites, \-l per 

Day. opp C, .M .'o St P Drput, 
Houston John E, furniture. 



Houston Milling Co, Edward P Salmon 
pres, Charles B Salmon si-c, flour mill. 

Howell Edgar A, agt C & N W Ry. 

Hyde L Cct Brittan (Louis C Ilydc, Wal- 
ter M Brittan), bankers. 

Ingersoll Cham, propr Free Press. 

Jackson Alvin S, marble works. 

Jackson Charles F, propr Central House. 

Janvrin Frederick E, ice dealer. 

Johnson Mrs Caroline W, carpet weaver. 

Johnson Corrie D, saloon. 

Johnson Henrj' B, physician. 

Johnson Ole J, blacksmith. 

Johnson Orlando II, live stock. 

Johnson Parsons, justice. 

Johnson, Smith ic Co (J T Jnhnson, Simon 
Smith, Frank Vallce), paintei'S. 

Kehoe Martin, saloon. 

Kellogg Wm De W. lawyer. 

ricFUJaS! C!iarle>i, Justice of Peace 
and Insurance .Vgent. 

Kendal! Luther W, photographer, 

Kenne}- John S, carpenter. 

KetchuQi I.S:- Russell (.M C Ketchum, II 
Russell), merchant tailors. 

Key Wm II, hardware and toliacco. 

Kinsley Edwin, carriagemaker. 

Kline John, saloon. 

Kline Stephen, saloon. 

Klingberg Fritz R, borseslioer. 

Knapp .Maurice S, glassware, 

Kosche Rev I) (Lutheran). 

Kraiise Karl H, music teacher. 

Lnramy Thomas W. live stock. 

Lee Mrs Helen, music teaclier. 

Leeson Thomas, machinist. 

Leonard H .1 Mnfg Co (Horace J Leonard, 
Edward J Pierce), glove mnfrs. 

Lipmaii Ernest, dry go(jd-i. 

IJverniorc I"r:«iiU 1\ Sec and Treas 
The Citizen Publishing Co. 

Loewi A & Co (Adol|)h Loewi, iloses 
Reitlei). clothing. 

Longcrofl Ivlward G, jeweler. 

Loomis i;,iwaiil A. clothing. 

Love .lohn A, assessor 4tli ward. 

layman Leroy W, dry goods. 

McCoy Harvey E, jeweler, 

McCrimmon Wm A, carpenter. 

McDonald Charles, livery. 

.Alcdavock Hugh, grocer, 

McGinn A: Burns (Thomas McGinn, John 
Burns), saloon. 

McOuire Bros (Charles and Albert), res- 
taurant. 

Mcintosh J Carey, real estate and ins. 

Magllton Wm, lilacksmilh. 

Malone Booth .M, district attorney, 

JIartin John, grocer. 

Martin Josi^pb A, meat market. 

North Star Iron Works. 1 ( 'aparltr, .".OO Imnrtn- Knclnccrs, JU.-hinl»ts. Kounde i«. lioileriiiakerH. 
I'AUIMl lH.MKAni UlMi <0. . 31ill>triL-liti, Sun JliiniK.hiner) , Mlnlnf -11.irl.ilif r, , ( orlKs and lllirli 
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Martin Zalmon, grain. 

}ilaynard Georce B, harnepsmaker. 

Mead Charles li, mngr Citizen Publishing 
Co. 

Meehan it Conlia (John Jleehan, Thomas 
J Conlin), grocers. 

Jlellen Willis A, physician. 

3Iendsen Jamts II, caniauo trimmer. 

Ulciizie Silas W, City Attorney and 
Lawyer, SOU State. 

Jlerrill Rev Charles D (Presbyterian). 

Merrill George 1!, cniislabie. 

Jlerriman Charles \V, physiciaa. 

]Merrimau Chester C, tlenlibt. 

Mevers J A \V, dentist. 

Middlebror.k &, r>irnes (George H :\IiJdle- 
brook. Samuel 1) Parnes), stationers. 

Jlillen Frank L, barber. 

Miller C & Co (Chauocey and Leonard "W 
Miller, Harry A Adunis,i, grain and live 
stock. 

Miller David P, livery. 

^Minnesota Lumber (:o, David Baker mngr. 

Moran George F, saloon. 

Morning Citizen, \V C Brov.'n editor and 
propr. 

Moses Lansen, blacksmith. 

JIungcr (,'harles W, wagonmaker. 

Jlurray .lames, string baud. 

Murry Hugh, feed stable. 

^^ichols .lohn, boots and ihoes. 

Nielsen Pros idle and Eigil). grocers. 

North Charles F, city marshal. 

Xortliron i^ f>tc>( (Thomas P North- 
rop, K Byron Estes), Painters, Paper- 
hangers and Decorators, 427 State. 

Nye Frederick T, physician. 

Oliver Charles, cigar mnfr. 

O'iliordan J & Bro (Jeremiah and Michael), 
dry goods. 

Orton Ollio BS. Attorneyat Law: 
Loans. Patents, J'ensions, Collections 
and Notary Public. "."iT Bridge. 

Peejl I.V. Keeier (.loseph B Peel, Chauncey 
Kceler). lumhfr. 

Pentland & Harmon 'Henry Penllaud, 
Wm D Hftimon), grocL-rs. 

Perkins James L, hardware. 

Pevrin S E, bridge builder. 

Perry Frederick C, carpenter. 

Perry Janies A. cooper. 

Pierce Philip ,M, pianos and sew macha. 

Pierron Josei>h J, carpenter. 

Piersnn Ambrose, carriage painter. 

Pollock UH .t Co (David U Pollock, 
Charles M Brown), drugs. 

I owers Michael J. harness. 

1 owers Thomas, ins and restaurant. 

Piirves Thoma?, cigar mnfr. 

<julna Wm H, carpenter. 



Kandall Wm T (agl). paper mill. 

Kau Charles F, furniture. 

fiau C W & Co (Charles W Ptau, G Jlilan 

Northrop), furniture. 
Raubeulieimer Louis, boots and shoes. 
Ueed Wm A, physician. 
Reese August F, horseshoer. 
Reitler JIatilda. clothing. 
Keitler M & Co (.Moses Reitler, Adolph 

Loewi), clothing. 
Reynolds E A, constable. 
Higgs George, dyer, 
lliordan Simon T, confectioner. 
Ritsher John, meat market. 
Robinson Bros (Charles R and Walter L), 

transfer line. 
Robinson Charles R. saloon. 
Hock I.'iver Paper Mills, W T Randall ngt. 
Rood Mrs Farmer, artist. 
E&o<>eitiilit(t ES & .Soii> (Henry, Louis 

and Moses), .Mufrs of the Badger State 

Overall, Pants and Shirts. 
Rouse & Trostle (Wm C Rouse, Allen S 

Troslle), meat market. 
Royce Rev Fayette A (Episcopal). 
Ryan Michael L, restaurant. 
Ryback & AVest (Oswald Ryback, Willard 

C West), merchant tailors. 
Samp Wm, stone quarry. 
Sanford Lizzie P., baker. 
Sanger George E, grocer. 
Sargent John E, musical instruments. 
Sclilenk Mrs Augustina, propr Beloil 

Brewery. 
Second National Bank (capital, :<;50.000). 

Albert N Borl pres, L Ilolden Parker 

cash. 
Seeley Miss M E. mngr W U Tel Co. 
Sharp Henry M, wagonmaker. 
Shea Dennis J, merchant tailor. 
Shervin Rev L (Lulheran). 
Sliue Ira 10. barber. 
Shumaker & McCabe (F W Shumaker, W 

F JlcCabe), pubirs Beloit City Direc- 
tory. 
Shumaker & Middlebrook (Frank W Shu- 
maker, George II Midiilebrook), books. 
Smiley Archibald L, laundry. 
Smith C A & Co (Charles A Smith. Sarah 

M Strong), druggists. 
Smith Edward J, dental goods. 
Smith Edward R, druggist. 
Smith Girdea E, gracer. 
Smith O P & Co (Oliver P Smith, .John A 

Love), grain. 
Snyder Albert, livery. 
Snyder Bros (Frank and Charles), livery. 
Spawn M G, phvsici.an. 
Stets.in R II, physician. 
Stevens ^Vm E, architect 



CMcap, Mili73u[;ee & St, Paul flj, l":';;ri"lest and ilorihwesi 



W!SGO:iS!?] VEf!ET!":] CL''!0 CO., , , ^IA^rr..Tl:u.us op 

omce A Factory, isiLako St.. MiLwiiiiEE, WIS. latest imiirovsii vsnstian Bii.ni; 



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Stevens ifc Hendricks (Frank C Stevens, 
Wm C Ilcuiiricks), harness. 

Stiles & Rogers (Oliver J Sliles, Louis J 
Rogers), crocers. 

Still Charles A, stiitioner. 

Stone Bros (Wra A and Ivlwin C', livery. 

Sumner Eros (0 E,-M A and P L}, jewelers. 

Swcnningson Knute, carpenter. 

Swennincfon !Mrs Knute, carpel weaver. 

Thomas Rev John (Afiican M E). 

Thompson Albert, physician. 

Thompson J &. Sons (Limited), John 
Thompson Rres, Oscar T Thomp.son Sec 
and Treas, Proprs 2S"orwenian Plow 
Works; Steel Walking- Plows, Three 
"Wheel Sulky and Gang Plows, Riding 
and Walking Cuitivntors. Corn Planters 
and Harrows, Tongiiekss Cultivators. 

Todcl Saimicl J, Attorney-at-Law, Sal- 
mon Block. 

Turner R Maurice, mason. 

Union Brass Arcliitectural Works (capital, 
f 100,000), AN Bortpres, W G Chand- 
ler sec. 

Valo Ciiarlcs J.,, Baker and Confec- 
tioner, ;j^"3 Bridge. 

Voorliccs JiiiJics .B, Carpenter and 
Builder, -1.31 State. 

Wiiltio «.V Son, Proprs Hotel Grand, 
opp C, M i St I' D./pot. 

Ward RevMiihael ,J ((Jatholic). 

AVarner C O li Son (Corydou O and Ar- 
thur P). patternmakers. 

Waterman Anson .1, insurance. 

AVatson & Andre (Edward S Watson, Al 
hrrt AI Andre), hardware. 

AVells Edward H, barb.-r. 

Wells Mrs Lettie .1, drc^imaker. 

Westgate Forrest E, grocer. 
1 Wlicekr It A, hi>rse-hoer. 

White RevGiorL'c W iMcthndist). 

Wiekhtm .larms G. lawver. 

WiilinniH Ilii.iSno %VorU*. W H 
Wheeler Pres ami Mnt;r, C E Wheeler 
Sec and Treas. 

Williams Frank H. vrterinary surgeon. 

AVilson James, surveyor, 

Wilson Robert IL inner opera house. 

Winslow it Rosenbi-rg 0'''ari(s 1 1 "Wins- 
low, Goorfc tl Rosenhi r;;), liardwiuc 

Wisconsin Telephone Co, B A Oliver 
mngr. 

Wood Albi(jn L, propr American Hotel. 

Wood L Belle, music teacher. 

Young Men's Christian Assn Library, G 
1 1 Swasey .sec. 

Ziegler Sisters (Carrie and Gussie), mil- 
liners. 

BEM. A postollice in Green county, 
20 miles iiorlhwe.'-t of .Monroe, the co\intv 



seat, and oi from New Glarus, the nearc;r 
railroad station. Monroe is the nearest 
banking point. Mail, daily. 



BENOITVILLE. 

Same chai,ycd to l'ctk\ 



Baylield county. 



BENTON. A village on the C. & K. 
"W. Ry, in La Fayette county, 20 miles 
soutliwest of Darlington, the county seat. 
and 10 west of Shullsburgh, the nearest 
banking point. Stases daily to Shulls- 
burch. New I)i^'gins, Etna and Lead Mine. 
Pop'ulalion, 40O." Tel-. W. U. Exp., i\m. 
J. Buchan, pottmaslor. 

Aldersou Joseph, grocer, boots and shoes 

Beck John, grain and justice. 

Blades Alton, barber. 

Brainbridge Anthony, meat market. 

Huclinn .5 osi'|»li. General Store. 

Buxton James, grocer. 

Calvert Simon, furniture. 

Conley Owen, hotel. 

Cottingham Timothy, Hour mill. 

Davison John, cari)enlcr. 

Dent Richard, saloon. 

BJcnt ilSiss ESulti, Milliner. 

Froggett Ttiomas J, harness. 

Gelluig John, painter. 

Godfrey .iotcph, physician. 

Grey Wra S. live stock. 

Grotkin Henry, saloon. 

Hauley Josepli, mason. 

Kearns Jaine^, grocer. 

Leggctt Mrs J E, milliner. 

j^IfCarly IJmiiol. General Store. 

JIcDevitt Patrick J, justice. 

Metcalf Francis, meat market. 

Metcalf T A. railroad, exp and tel agent. 

Miller Edward, drugeisl. 

Munday Jolm, shoemaker. 

ATiirpliv Maithew. lawyer. 

Nails W M, liardware. 

Nicholas Mr^ Kdward, milliner. 

IVtflioInx .Onnn's. General Store. 

Piquett Gusluv, lilacksmith. 

Pi((uctt Moses, wag(mmaker. 

Savory Charles, wagonmaker. 

Temple Joseph, carjienter. 

Whaley Fraid;, saloon. 

Whaley Patrick H, general store. 

Wiseman Christopher, saloon. 



BERLIN. A prosperous incorporateu 
city, located on Fo.v river and on the C, 
JL ifc St. P. Ry, in the northeastern por- 
tion of Green Lake county, !l(j miles north- 
west of l\Iilwaukce, 10 north of Dartford. 
the countv seat, and 22 so\ithwe~t of ( - 



Chicago & Gfand True!; Ey, 



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\ Foil Course of l.evfcons in I'LAIN VICNUIANSUII' clvcu by ITlail for ?10. 
Tenolicrs' CourNO, /-.yc^ it ' /^ -if 1 AMIS. AND, 

$1.". Addros bulhvan s Commercial Academy, ^vi^.. 



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kosh. It was incorporated as a city in 
1857, is steadily ircrciiiug In size and im- 
portance, and cow contains a boot and shoe 
factory, saw and planing mills, a Ijrewery, 
a cigar factory, a washboard factory, wiiip, 
plovc and mitten factories, machine works, 
flouring mills, briclc and tile woiks, tan- 
neries, butter tub and egg case factories, 
also a new creamery and electric light and 
power plant, 1 bank, a hand?onie, com- 
modious and well appointed opera liou^e, 
telephone exchange, a well equipped and 
■efficient fire department ami numerous 
large and well stacked special and general 
stores. Its religious and educational facil- 
ities are excellent, its schools having an 
enviable reputation throughout the btate. 
Valuable granite quarries are in the vicini- 
ty, yielding durable and beautiful rnalerial 
for building and adding considerably to 
the business of the city. Berlin is one of 
the principal cranberry shipping points in 
Wisconsin, great attention lieing paid to 
the culture of this much-sought-for fruit. 
The press is represented bj' the O-urii.ul, 
Journal and the l>tii}'i/titt/i's E.rrhuniie. 
During the season of navigation steamers 
make daily trips to Oshkosh; and stages 
run to AVautoma. Pine Itiver. ()5hki.sh, 
riaiii(ield and \VHnpHCft. Kxp., Am. 'IVl., 



W. U. Population, 4,100. A.L.Tucker. 

postmaster. 

Andre John, furniture. 

Aplin Frank, nurseryman. 

Basselt Edward, tinsmith. 

Bassett Seth 0, fur coat mnfr. 

Bassett Thomas S, harcessmaker. 

Belcher Huston, well borer. 
I Bellis House, Hathaway v.V- Bellis proprs. 
i Berlin Business Men's Association, A L 
I Buell treas. 
; IScrliu Coiiraiit (Weekly), Louis E 

Uuvis Etlitor and Prupr. 
I Berlin Creamery Co, C S Jlorris pres. FH 
[ Tucker sec. 

■ Berlin Granite ('", Wni Bannerman supt. 
i Berlin .lournal, Chnrles G Slarks propr. 

Berlin Light and Power Co, Hiram Sted- 
I man pres, John ,T Wood sec. 
' Berlin Telephone Exehjnt;e, G P Charles 
mngr. 

Berlin Whip Co (.lonathan N Morri,-, 
I Henry D Slaytou, Ouane Doty) 

Berlin and Moiitello Granite Co, J U 
SliPpard pres, C B Beach sec. 

Bice Asher, carpenter. 

Bigeert .lames A, justice. 

Boellge (.:harles M, liaker. 

Butz Clemens, meat market. 




AUGUST BRATSCII, 

Practical Horseshoer. 

WAG(tN;ilKl'AIUIN(i .1M> .I0I!1'.IN(; OF All, Kl.MIS 
rHO.IH'TLY ATTK.NDKn U). 

REPAIRING OF FARM MACHINERY 

A SPECIALTY. 
ISI'.IM.IX, - - AVI.SCOVSIV. 



LEWIS WILSON, 

Machinist, Gunsmith, 

AND DIOALFH IN' 

GUfJ FIXTURES, ALIMUNITION, 

PICTURES and PICTURE FRAMES, r 

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Bratscli Aii^ii^l, Hhicksiniih. {See 
ads, p 171.) 

Brockett \V E & Co (Wm E Brockett), 
metallic pnckiim'. 

Brouk AntoQ. ciocer. 

Browa James P 2s', pumps. 

Browu John li, (lru_u':iist. 

Brucs;;;er Oei)rj;c B, Saloon and 
Kestaufttiit; Best Brands of Wines, 
Liquors and Cigars Alwaj'S on Hand. 
{Sec adr, opp.) 

Brummann Arnold H, barber. 

Brzeski Frank ,J, dry goods. 

Buck Charle.';, cranhfrry i;rovrer. 

Buell Ardin L, merchant tailor. 

Buhler Edward, breis'ers' agent. 

Burns Patrick, liorseshoer. 

Campbell R it Sou fltjbert Q ami Man- 
son R), marble works. 

Carey Bros (James and Richard), cran- 
berry grov.'crs. 

Carlej-'lliraiu, cooper. 

Carter J U. it Son (James II and Frank L), 
livery. 

Chamberlain Edgar T, proccr. 

Chase John S, paiuts, oils. etc. 

Chase Perley G, real estate. 

City Hotel, J A JMaitland propr. 

Clemens Henry, barijer. 

Clink Jnhn C, meul market. 

Collins Hugh J, proiluce. 

Collins Wm W, dry goods. 

Coolcy 11 C r<\ livcrv. 

-Curtis Bros CLucius 11 and Elizur E), gro- 
cers. 

D ill r y III o II 's l^xcIssiiiEC (Semi- 
IMontlily), Louis K Davis I'ropr and 
Editor.' 

Dallon E James, household goods. 

Davis l.,oiiis i;. Editor and Propr Ber- 
lin CoiirMcl. and Dairymen's f.'xchanL'e. 

Decker it .Alacholl (Gertrude Decker. Kath- 
erine A .Marholi). milliners. 

Dcibler N it Son (Nuthaii and Edward C), 
wagnn iiinfrs. 

DiNoU'lt Will .\, Slu'ct Iron Works. 
(fi.cadr. ..pp.) 

Dtidsiin llciijiniiii F", pbviician. 

Dod.'^on Cbarli-s .M. dnig"i;ist. 

Dodson M Jluurnr, jilivsieian. 

Dresser Eros (John G and Thomas F), 
Saloon. 

Ellis Samuel J. chief of police. 

Ellis Samiif 1 J jr, constable 

Elmer W II. cranlierry grower. 

Engelbraclit Fred \v'. saloon. 

Estabrofik Arthur, tailor. 

Fadncr Henry. pho^.^rupIuT. 

FeabelUorn Ferdinand, furniiure. 

Finch Albert H, sewing machine repairs. 



Finger Rev A C (Lutheran). 

Ford Alsworth, clotlium. 

Friberth Peter D, propr Friberth House. 

Gates Georee E, musical instruments. 

Gerlowski Thomas, saloon. 

Good Templars' Hall, Reese block. 

Graves George W. agent Am E.\p Co. 

Hamilton Joseph F, general store. 

Hamilton Thomas AV, shoes. 

Hammond it Thiel (Ilattie Ilammoad, 
Gusta Thiel), dressmakers. 

Harmon Louis J, clothing. 

Hathaway it Bellis (Edward Hathaway. 
Clyde E Bellis), proprs Belli' Uouie. 

Ilawley Myron S, photographer. 

lieauey John M. jeweler. 

Ueazlit James F, cranbL-rry grower. 

Hicks George C, printer. 

Hicks Mrs George C, stationer. 

Hintz Pauline, dressmaker. 

Hitchcock James F, dentist. 

Hoinecki Stanislaus T, saloon. 

Horton Burl W, saloon. 

Jenkins Isaac, boots and shoes. 

Johnson Christian, grocer. 

Johnson Nelson S, blacksmith. 

Johnson Xiels, machinist. 

Johnson Win II, sewing machines. 

Jones John W, drayman. 

Jones Wm I, confectioner. 

Kells & Culver (Robert Kells, Wm Cul- 
ver), saloon. 

Keunedy David A, grocer. 

King Wm D, meats. 

Kingsley George, boots and shoes. 

Kitowski Edward J. merchant tailor. 

Kleiber Rev G (.Methodist). 

Klein it Schneider (Albert Klein, Jacob 
Schneider), meals. 

Knutson Christie, waL'ons. 

Koch it Groffman (Julius F Koch, Wm 
Groffman), dry L'oods. 

Koshnick Joseph F, grocer. 

Lannen .Miss C^laia L, drL-ssmaker. 

Lesher Mrs Julia S, dressmaker. 

Lewis Joseph H, carpenter. 

Library Opera House, C M Dodson uiu^r. 

Longcroft Edward G, jeweler. 

Lounsbiir}' George W, harness. 

Luka.'zewicz it Somionka (F A Lukasze- 
wicz, Adam Somionka) saloon. 

I..iitiiCM' IIenr.v,.\Iufr Washboards, Egs 
Cases, Butter Tubs, Cot Beds, Camp 
Stools and Work Tables. 

Luther J P & Co (Jn-^tus P Luther, Flet- 
cher B Ta'lcott), glove mnfr<i. 

JlcCh'llan John, cider mid, o miles s e. 

McCulloni Arcliiliald, quarry. 

Melntyre G W it (."o (tieorce Wand Mary 
J Mclntyrn srcneral store. 



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_ ... . ,, sqIColl i,'uV LLlolIioDo UilMCSC, Irniniiii.- school of ^^ is- 

Typewriting St the y lonsin. 'j. .\. 2KIU>N, Presi.lent.- E. F. (JII.MAL, secretary. 

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BERLIX, 



WISC'OXSI.V. 



AND nOMESTlC 



S % FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES 

V""^-^ vvf Extra Hardy Ap[ile, Grape Vines and Blight-Proof 

%()''' Oriental Pears a Specialty. 



SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. 



HK Y^/ESTER 



H. H. OLSEN, Proprietor. 

This House is Convenient to Depot snd Goat Landing. 

Rates, $1.50 per Day. Special Rates by the Week. 

BE^^3L,II^^, - - ■v;7-x3aox^si2^T. 



m, COPPER, BRASS AEB SHEET IROH WORKS 

Tin Joljliing, Foriuice Work, 3Iil! Buckcis acd lilevalor Work. 

All kinds of Repairing Done on Short Notice. CORNICE WORK A SPECIALTY. 

WKttl.B\, . - - UlSCOXfiJ.V. 



CEORGEB.BSUEGCER, 

SAMPLE ROOM T 

WINES, LlfllOliS .4ND CKi.UiS. 4|r 

Tho finest .utnck of 'MVet (Joods" in Ihn .'' I ' 

City. Mixed Uiinks All, 1 LV.L-ki.uls ^ — '' 

a specialty. Travehn^MiMi a 1. 

patrouage soiicict'il. \^^ 

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CHICAGO BUSINESS COLLEGE 
outranks them all. ItlstheGren? 
Business University of America. 



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McKinuey Thomas, carriaee painter. 
MrLuughliu ilrs J E, milliner. 
.Maiiland .JoLin A, propr City Hotel. 
Maaoaic Hall, Masonic bik. 
.Mertz Albert C, barber. 
Jktzig Gu&tav, horscshoer. 
Miner Horace, books. 
.\Iinsky August G, grocer. 
Mi.x Mile?, phvsiciao, 3 miles s. 
'.Montague J Edward, agt C, M & St P Ry. 
Morman Henry, insurduce and justice. 
Jlorris Cbailea S, Hour and feed. 
Morton George '\V, oaloon. 
Moulton IForace C. loan broker. 
Mowe .Iiilin S, dentist. 
;iaiir[>JiV Ji'oIbii S'], Mnfr White xVsh 

Ibitter Tui)S an<l Cheese ]!o.\es. 
.'Murray James, ph;> sici;tn. 
Nichols James L), jiainter. 
Ni^keru Perry, lawyer. 
O'Brien James, .saloon. 
Odd Fellows' Hall, Keese blk. 
O:;ilvio ^V n, yet surgeon. 
<l>l>ieii B5<Miry SI, Propr The Western. 

{&'en(l>: p 17J.) 
Owens it Owens (Wra and George), livery. 
Palmeter, Fitch & Co (James H Palmeter, 

George Fitch, F W fcjtanlcy), cranberry 
' f; rowers. 

I'cik Covell A. hardware. 
Prtruschke Ernst F, laundry. 
E'liflps Oeorgc S>, Propr Phelps 

Hunse. 
K'lit'lps House, George S Phelps 

Pu.i.r. 
Pipher .Mrs i\[ary J, milliner. 
P:|iher Wilson, restaurant. 
Poller >t Potter (Robert, LD and Sherman 

G), lawyers. 
Putnam Shoe Co (eaiiital. .'?.">0,00n),H(,raco 

Putnam prcs, 'W'inlji.-ld .S Putnam sec. 
Ranous Wm (J, mugr W U Tel Co. 
Reese Jteese T, grocer. 
Rist Lester F, blacksmith. 
Rogers Asa, carp. enter. 
Rose Allmon E, jeweler. 
Rowlatul Milton 1!, carpenier. 
Ku-^sell Bros ifc Co (Frank H, Wm C and 

Charles 11 Hiissell), grocers. 
Ryan Ri:v Timothy (Catliolicl. 
Siickel George B, rranberry grower. 
Saeket Holiart S, hardware. 
Saeket & Fiteh /capital, ,-;;2.j,0OO), George 

B Saeket, George Fitch), bankers. 
Sall'orti .Mahlou, produce. 
Salate Michael, boots and shoes, 
Schaefer & Styer (Joseph C Schaefer, Cal- 
vin W Slyer), cigar mnfra. 
ScheniansUi John, boots and shoes. 
Schmidt Edward, horseshoer. 



Schmidt Gustav, grocer. 

Schumekosky John ]M, grocer. 

Schunk Louis, brewer. 

Sears Henry D, tanner. 

Shaw George E. boots and shoes. 

Shepherd Oramet, painter. 

Slater John W, druggist. 

Slayton Hiram R, grocer. 

Smith James W, produce. 

Smith Richard, hog breeder. 

Starks Oiarles G, propr Journal. 

Stedman Hiram, lumber and coal. 

Stedman IloUis, live stocl;. 

Steele Joseph D, baker. 

Stewart Frederick, city treasurer. 

Stewart ^Vm, real estate. 

Stubbe Gustave A, grocer. 

Swelling Frederick P, boots and shoes. 

Swelling J Volney, lawyer. 

Taiiiit-r & Lewis (Xathano R Tan- 
ner, James A Lewis), Nurserymen. 
(&e adv, p ITS ) 

Taylor Carlo R, undertaker. 

Temme Herman W, harness. 

Thomas G L & T) W (German L and 
Davenport W) grocers. 

Thomas Harvey J3, live stock breeder. 

Tomclty Wm, agt Singer JInfg Co. 

Truesdell Uarry'C, merchant tailor. 

Tucker AlfixMl S.,, Postmaster and 
Insurance. 

Tucker F H & Co (Frank H Tucker, 
.Vbiram Sliipman), furniture. 

Turner Jospph 11. iusuianee. 

\Valbridge Joljii S, physieian. 

Walcott b'rank 15, photographer. 

Walker ?>nst J, phv.sician. 

Walter Sihis W, bla'ck.smilh. 

Waruke Charles, carpenter. 

Watson James C, drayman. 

AYataon yivs J 0, dressmuker. 

Wawrzynii'k Andrew, blacksmith. 

Weber Bros (David and Gu.^tavi, dry gds. 

Welleusgard Christian C. farm impts; 

Weslcrn Tlie, H H Ol.sen Proi)r. (&f 
ado, p i:j.) 

Wilkes Freud O. paper hanger. 

Williams John J, live stock breeders. 

Williams Wm D, cranberry grower. 

Will's Cliarles JI, physician. 

Wilson Lewis. Pictures and Frames, 
Sporting Goods, Gunsmith and Machin- 
ist. (.SVt- ,idi\ p 171.) 

Wooil Charles S. fruit grower. 

Wood Frank, painler. 

Wood .Soliii .t .Ji', Attorney al-Law; 
Collections I'romptiv Attended to. 

Wood T W & Son (Thomas W and Bert- 
ina), grocers, 

Woodworth Warren W, saloon. 



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W'ojk Dixon, cranberry grower. 

^VriiJbt Stillmau it Co (,?t;ilmaa Wriijhl), 

dour mill. 
Ziemer August, lumber. 
;C;emer A & Co (August Ziemer), shoes. 



BERNHAED. Oq the C. & X. W. 
Ry (Hclenville ttalioni, in Jcfierson C'jUd- 
ty, 6 miles from Jeffurson, the judicial 
"^eat aud banking point. Population, 150. 
Zxp., Am. Tel., ^\. U. J. L. Keller, 
postmaster. 

Kollor .1 B/, Geo Store and Creamery. 

Keller Paul G ^V, news aijeut. 

Lylle Janu-.s, grain. 

.liaple Grove C'rcaiiierj", J L Kelkr 

Propr. 
Reul A, lumber. 
Pieul Henry (agl), ngrl impts. 
Schneider L F, poultry aud stock. 



BERnYVILLE. A posloCice in 
Kenosha county, on the C. cV is. W. I!y, 
.")} mile.s north of Kcnnsh.i. the judicial 
seat. Mail, daily. !Minnie E. Peck, post- 
master. 

PccU ^litiiiit' 81, Grocer. 
Tliet'kler »•' W, A-ent C & N W Ry. 



BESSEMER. Sauk county. Kame 
changed to JS'orlh Freeduta. 



BIG BEND. A country postoffice on 
Little Fox river, in Waukeska county, 10 
miles southeast of "Waukesha, the countv 
seat, nearest railroad station and banking 
roint. Pu|iulatiou, SO. Mail, dally. I 
ilcKenna, jiostmaster. 
Radie Wra, carpenter. 
Clianiherlain G 1, Iniilder. 
Clark .J A, live slock. 
Ciark \\m I!, live stock. 
Uii^l* iV ^tnitli. Creamery. 
GrilHD I)dniel A Smi, saw and feed mill. 
(iro«<; Fred, live : lock. 
rtlcKoniiit Bsuju', General Store. 
I'eBcock P.enjaniii), blacksmith, 
^niilh D K, justice and notary. 
Sir.ith James, blacksmith. 
1 bomas Daniel, wheelwright. 

., BIG P.A.LLS. In Waupaca county, 
j-i niilcs from V/aupaca, the judicial .seat, 
V fr'im Marion, the nearest shipping point. 
^»d 1(J from Cliulonvillc, the nearelt bank 
locution. Population, 25. .Mail, .semi- 
Weekly. George H. Fox, postmaster. 
^VliUootsjh vV Tox, Saw .Mill. 



BIG FLATS. A pnstoilice in Adams 
County, 11 miles north of Frienilship, the 
county scat, and 16 northeast oi Xecedali, 
the nearest railroad station. Piainiield is 
the nearest banking point. Stages semi- 
weekly to Friend'hip. Population, 15. 
Mail, semi-weekly. 

BIG PATCH. A postotSce in Grant 
county, iO miles southeast of Lancaster, 
the county seat, aud 5 south of Platteville, 
the nearest railroad station and banking 
point. Stages daily to Platteville and Du- 
buque. Population. 50. Mail, daily. D. 
Wilkinson, postmaster. 
Cabiness G E, carpenter. 
Fox Goorije, Rlacksmith. 
Harper John T, justice. 
Jones John L, carpenter. 
Kopp Christopher, wagonmakcr. 
Kopp John, blacksmith. 
Rawson Jones, live stock. 
■\ViIUiii>><»ii O &. Co, General Store 

and Flour 3Iiil. 

BIG RIVER. A postoffice on river 
of same name, in Pierce count}", 10 miles 
west of Ellsworth, the county seat, aud 9 
south of River Falls, the nearest railroad 
station and banking point. Tri-weckly 
stages to Ellsworth and Prcscott. Popu- 
lation, 25. Mail, tri-weekly. JohuGillig, 
postmaster. 

xVinsworth F P, railroad, exp aud tel agt. 
Armbnister Joseph, barber, 
j'.rackiu Aaron, justice. 
Frey John, carpenter. 
(•illi;; Jloliii, General Store. 
Jones C, grist mill. 
Kusilck E, shoemaker. 
Hock Michael, carpenter. 

BIG SPRING. Also known as New 
Haven, is a villaL'e in Adams county, 31 
miles sfjuthcast of Friend>hip, the county 
seat, and U north of Kilbourue City, the 
nearest railroad station and banking point. 
I'opulation, 150. Mail, daily. John Rus- 
sell, postmaster. 
Campbell George, flour mill. 
Chaiupliu Rev O P (Congregational). 
Hinds P J, general store. 
Kii:i(>foii Joltii. Wagonmaker. 
Mason II H. justice. 
Phillips C n, blacksmith. 
Pierce E S, genera! store. 
Pr.wcrs O, carpenti.'r. 
Iiii>«oil John, General Store. 
Vdtt Wm, blacksmith. 
Ward J C, thiur mill. 



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BIG WAUSAUEEE. On the M & 
N. n. R., in Marinette county, '.j1 miles 
nortliwest of Mariuctte, the location of the 
nearest bank. Population, 130. Esp., 
Am. Tel., W. U. John S. Jlonroe, post- 
master. 

Allen Thomas, hotel and saloon. 
Beach & Bishop, lumber innfrs. 
Bird & Wells, lumber mufrs. 
Boldt Paul, meat market. 
Cady G E, railroad and exp iiijent. 
Cliriol Oenry, General Store. 
Uelpha,]ohn, saloon. 
Button C n, real estate. 
Fredenberg Abe, saloon. 
Gaein Frank, general store. 
Hoff John, general store. 
Lafaber 0, carpenter. 
Lemere A, saloon. 
Jliller John, mason. 
Monroe .SoIeii S, Blacksmith and 

Cedar Posts. 
Monroe J W, justice and notary. 
Monroe & Merrill, real estate. 
National Iron Co, charcoal mnfrs. 
O'Neil M E, hotel. 
Patient N, saloiju. 
Ploof Thomas, shoemaker. 
Tnbarden .Irmnph, shoemaUcr. 
\Viii;lit tSron & tJo, General Store. 



BINGHAMTON". On Bull Dog 
creek, in Outagamie county, 14 miles 
north of Applelou, the county seat, an<l -11 
soutlnvest of Black Creek, the nearest rail- 
road station. Apiiletcm is the nearest 
banking point. Population, 100. Jlail, 
semi-weekly. M. A. Wickesberg, post- 
master. 

Becker Charles, mason. 

Braincrd C! M, insurance and justice. 

Eiclimau Itcv (^Lutlier.an). 

llopUiiiM V \\, Hotel. 

Huhu Joseph, carpenter. 

Manser Henry, shingle mill. 

Reilz Edward, physician. 

Sipplcr Jacob, carpenter. 

Smolk L A, live stock. 

Slclller 0, cheese mnl'r. 

Strasbiirger F W jr. cheese mnfr. 

'Wlclu.'.klu'i'i; Julius, General Store. 

WisthotT Fredeiick, blacksmith. 

BIRCH, (^n Chippewa river, in Chip- 
pewa county, 2.J miles north of (Jbippcwa 
Falls, the scat of justice, and It' from 
Bloomer, the shipping and banking point. 
Population, lOO. Mail, semi-weekly. 
M. Firth, postmaster. 

Ctiicap & Gracd ]mi % 



Bell .Tohn D, lo-ger. 
u^irUi ^i5iifc'iiii«i. Logger. 
Kelly James, hotel. 
King Thomas, lumber. 
Smith Charles L, hotel. 
Stickney L, hotel. 

BIRWAMWOOD. A post village on 
the il., L. S. it W. Kj'. In Shawano county, 
•10 miles northwest of Shawano, thecountr 
seal, and 10 south of Auligo, the nearest 
banking point. Population. 500. Tel.. 
W. U. Exp., U. S. C. U. lleisner, post- 
master. 

Asber Louis, carpenter. 

Brown John, saloon. 

Cady B A. saloon. 

Cardinal S J, physician. 

Cole George L, lumber. 

Cole iV iJricr, General Store. 

Hedges Isaac, fruit and nuts. 

Hunter Wra, railroad, e;.p and tel agt. 

Jcwson B, hotel 

Petty J C, pbysiriau. 

Pocpltc i-t 'loisiier. General Store 

and Saw 'S\i\\. 
Postler John, mason. 
Boberts i;van, blacksmith. 
Sprague H A. mason. 
Stacy W H & Co, saw mill. 
Sloueman George, carpenter. 
Van Uoreu & Andrews, saw mill and 

staves. 
Van I'atlcn S .J, Hotel. 
Young Jacob, carpenter, 
Zuehike A W, shoemaker. 



BLACK CREEK. A po.stofHce on 
the G, B., W. >t St. P. H. K., in Outagamie 
county, 17 miles north of Appleton, the 
county seat and nearest banking point. 
Population, -li»X Tel., \V. U. ;Kxp., U. S. 
H. Peters, postmaster. 

Burdick A E, blacksmith. 

Corhill Thomas, raUroad and exp agent. 

CoklesCail, hotel. 

Ila;;eii <'Iiarlrs, Agricultural Impts. 

Itugi.-n Hernum. Iilaeksmilh. 

Heinlz J 1'., saloon. 

Herman Henry, saw mill. 

Loope ]; A. physician. 

B^cltTS 51, General St^re and Grain. 

I'ribe Julius, wagonmaker. 

liietz E, iihysiciau. 

Weidorf \Vm, bl.i.'ksmith. 

Wilson :?ili's I. it, Flour Mill. 

Zwerg H, Saluou. 



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BLACK CREEK FALLS, ilnra- 

tUon county. JS'iunr cliarinr.d to Athcnx. 

BLACK EARTH. Dane county. 
Fcir descriptive fkto:h aiid B'l-ii/ie/fS Dire'-lvn/ 
lie names received too late for ugular 
insertion, pasel^l. 



BLACK HAWK. A post village on 
Honey creek, in Sauk county, 25 niik'3 
fouthwest of Biiraboo, the county seat, 
and 13 west of Sauk City, the nearest rail- 
road station and banking point. Stages 
tri-weekly to Sauk City ; fare, 25 cents. 
Population, 50. Mail, triweekly. Otto 
W. Hahn, postmaster. 

Bernhardt Chri-stopher, grist mill. 
Flnmnie Freilerick, blacksmith. 
Ilaliii Otto W, General Store. 
Lindner II. cheese niufr. 
Osterheld G, railro:;d, e.\p and tel agt. 
Querliammer & Kugatz, blacksmiths. 
KiedelJ A, shoemaker. 
Witteven Bros, flour mill. 



BLACK RIVER FALLS. The ju- 
dicial scat of .Inckson cnuuty, ia a pros- 
I'tTous incorporated city. l(>euled on the 
K. div. of the C, St. P., M. & O. liy, and 
on Black river, at the falls, from which it 
lakes Its name, 171 miles northwest of 
-"^lilwaukce, and 150 southeast f)f St. I'aul. 
It contains a sash, door and blind factory, 
a large plow and wagon factory, foundry 
nnd machine shops, a carding mill, a jilan- 
luff mill, a patent medicine manufactory 
"lid the iron mines and works of the York 
Iron Co. are 1 j miles from the city, and 
K've employment to a large number of 
nicn. There are churches of the Baptist, 
CHlbolIc, Episcopal, Methodi-vt, Presby- 
t'.'rmn and Universalist denominations, 
!-'raded and high schools, a free jiiiljlic li- 



brar}', an opera house with a seating capa- 
city of 750, a volunteer lire department 
and 2 banks, with a combined capital of 
.'J7G,200. Three weekly newspapers, the 
lliidf/cr State II" nner, Jackson Coimti/ Jour- 
nal and the Frid^nj Eccnimi Pust, are pul.> 
lished. Cranberries and blueberries form 
a very important feature in tlie shipments. 
Thousands of jiickers are employed during 
the season, the Iron .Mound Cranberry Co. 
alone having over 2,0110 pickers. Stages 
run tri-v,eekly to North Bend and semi- 
weekli' to Cataract. Telephone connec- 
tion with surrounding points. TeL.W. U. 
K.xp., Am. Population, 2, ;iOO. Iver Tor- 
kelson, postmaster. 

Amundson Gilbert, saloon. 
I Anscth A, gunsmith. 
Badger State Banner, Cooper & Co proprs. 
Baker Levi, notions. 
Bakkan John I, shoemaker. 
Batcheller Nelson A, furniture. 
I5enson John K, farm impts. 
Best Fred E, meal market. 
Best John & Son (.John and Adam), meats. 
Black Kivcr Falls Free Library. 
Black Kivcr Falls Lumber and Jlcrcantilc 

A.'sn, E A Homslead pres, Gilliert G 

Jlelbye sec. 
Brackett ITerbcrt Q. district attorney. 
Brockway E L, surveyor. 
Brockway L J. surveyor. 
Brodcrick & Felt (Mrs L Broderick, Mrs 

E Felt), dressmakers. 
Cappen Richard H, justice. 
Caslle & '\\'alilo (Bryant J Castle, George 

G Waldo), lawyers. 
Chapra.an Lcander L, pension agent. 
Clieiiey Erastus 1), e.xp ami telephone agt. 
Chickerlns- dc Brainerd (Farnum Chicker- 

ing, L F. Brainerd), druggi-ts. 
Cole Henri B, physician. 



FREBMAN, 

FREEMAN & SIMPSON, Proprietors. 

IS-^TES, $2.00 IF-IEIS JDj^-ir. 

Steam Heat and Electric Lighting. BLACK RIYER FALLS, Y/IS. 



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Ccle J W vfe Co (Jerome Vv' and F W Cole), 
medicine mnfrs. 

Cooper & Co (George F Cooper), 
I'roprs Eidijer State liauner arid Pub- 
lishers Legal' Blanks. 

Crosb}' .JfUiies P. carpenter. 

Darwin Oliver, logger. 

Dell F B, coiiuty siij)l of schools. 

Dimmick Ludsvick L, harness. 

Eckern John A, jewelry and book.s. 

Ehuore W & buns (Warren, Theodore B 
and Charles W), far;n impts. 

Ericks.on A & Co (Absalom Ericksou), 
grocers. 

P>icksou Iver, shoemaker. 

.■•'alls House, Mrs Susan Gebhardt propr. 

Finch Mrs, dressmaker. 

First National Bank (capital, s.50,000), W 
T Jlurray pres, W II liichards cash. 

S'rfeinaii iJoiise, Freeman tt Simp- 
son I'riMirs. [Scl' 'nio, p j?7.) 

Freoinmi & Simpson (John W Free- 
man, J T Simpson), Proprs Freeman 
[louse. {Sec ado, ji 177.) 

Friday Evening Po.st. Ellis Rogers editor 
and piiblr. 

Gebhar'dl Bros (Fred W and Henry), 
coopers. 

Gebhardt Henry, cranberry crovrer. 

Gi bhardl Mrs Susan, propr Falls House. 

Gelihardt Susan iV Son 'Susan and Fred 
W), cranberry growers. 

Ooo(lenoujjh Francis 31, baths. 

[his^cn Anilrew H, tailor. 

Hall it Son (James and Harvey), carpenters. 

Hanson Kuud, tailor. 

Hanger Hans, saloon 

lUf.'f^'cn Neils, register of deeds. 

iieUilinL: Frank, saloon. 

llendiicks Wm W, barber, 

H.iiinian Henry J, marble works. 

HolTmau P H, justice. 

H'.llenbeck .t (>rmsby (Charles E Hollea- 
beck, Henry J (.)rmsbvi. insurance. 

Ho[sv\'ill George, 'bus line. 

Ibittraw.ser l^dward, livery. 

Hyter (Jeorgc, liarher. 

Jackson County Bank (capital .s-Clti.iOO), T 
11 Mills pres, \V K O'Hi-avn cash. 

Jackson County Journal, NVellsifc Kobbins 
publrs, 

Jackson County Jlilling Co,W R O'EIearn 
pies, J H Mills sec anil tn.as, ilour mill. 

Johnson Frank, clerk nf court. 

Johnson John, saloon. 

JiHies Euniber and Mercantile Co, S P 
.lones pres, John H YorK sec. 

J. 'lies Warren C, groeer. 

Junes &-, M.arsU (Lewis C Jones, John 
Marsbi, clothing. 



Jones &, Murray (Rollin B Jones, \V T 

Murrav), hardware. 
Kinley W B, laundry. 
Le Clair Edgar A, hardware. 
Livingstone James, county clerk. 
Locken Edward, shoemaker. 
Long Edward F, dentist. 
Lyons Henry F, barber. 
McGillivray James J, sash, doors, etc. 
Marsh John, mayor. 
Matchet James, boarding house. 
Mcinhold Abraham, general store, 
3Ierchants' Hotel, Charles C Peterson 

propr. 
Mikkelson Lorenz, saloon. 
Moran ^larlin J, station agent. 
Nelson Nicholas, furniture. 
Nelson Thomas, saloon. 
Nichols Thomas H, barber. 
Oderbolz Ulrich, brewer. 
Odey Henry, boarding house. 
Ogden John R, n<itions. 
O'Hearn Oliver C, grocer. 
Olsen Peter R, blacksniitli. 
Parson John, insurance. 
Perry G M, lawyer. 
Perry J D, county judee. 
Perry & Bracken (G M Perry, H I Brack- 

ett), lawyers. 
Peterson Charles C, propr Merchants' Ho- 
tel. 
Peterson & Nolop (John Peterson, George 

H Nolop), livery. 
Pope Carl C, lawyer. 
Pophau Joseph, suine 'piarrv, 
I'oslwciltr SJouse, AVindline Post- 

weiler Propr. 
Poslw«'iU'r \) iiHlliiio, Propr Post 

weiler House. 
Prestenioen Andrew, steamship agent. 
Price Hugh H, lumber. 
Price xAIufg Co, W T .Murray pres, R B 

Joues sec, machinists. 
Robie James, physician. 
Roddy Patrick, grocer. 
Roddy Win, livery. 
Rogers Ellis, publr Post. 
Roiseland Aaucn J, photographer. 
Rcjscnber;: P.ros (Isaac and Bcnl, dry gds. 
Sanrope Edward J, jeweler. 
Schnur Julius, irrocer. 
Spaulding Dudley J, plow muir. 
Squires Ransom D, restaurant. 
Stebbins Mrs .M F. milliner. 
Thompson Emma ]{, grocer. 
Torkeison Iver, postmaster and stationer. 
Troen Hans C, saloon. 
Van Gordea P W, county treasurer. 
Van Schaik Charles, photographer. 
Weber .Michael restaurant. 






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iViller Fiedt-ricK, blackjinilli. 
'A'uIIer G Oweu, wagonniiikcr. 
•,Vi:!Is & Robbins (Will X ^Vells. Leslie M 

Hobbins), publrs Jackson Co Journal. 
Werner Arthur F, cluthiag. 
White E A, phy.-iciaii. 
ATiiliams J D, sbeiiir. 
WittiDg & Long (Adolph E 'Wittiug, 

Frank A Lonz), druggists. 
Wright Theodore, meat market, 
York Iron Co, Horace Burt mngr. 



BLAINE. A postolfice iu Portage 
onuuty, 2.0 milts southta^l of Steven.s' 
I'nint, the county scat, and 14 southwest of 
\Vaupaca, the nearest railroad station and 
b.iuking point. Sti.gcs semi-weekly to Al- 
;iiond. Fopiilaliun, 30. ilail, senii-week- 
ly. L. D. Scott, postmaster. 

Madsen W C, blackMiiith. 
.-Zanders AValter, feed mill. 
SyniX I> 8>, Farmer. 
Taylor Albert, sorijhum mnfr. 
Taylor Lunuiu, general store. 

BLAIK. A station on the G. I!., ^\ . 
k St. P. K. R , in 'J'TCMijiealcau county, 7 
niiles southeast of Whitehall, the county 
feat and nearest banking point. Popula- 
tion, 300. Tel., W. Vi. E.\-p., U. S. E. 
L. Immell, postmaster. 

I'lellevue Alliert, druL'-gist. 

Ceiii-iMl Oic B5, General Store. 
Hcrgsing Evan, jiropr iilair Hou.^e. 
lilair Trading Assn, general store, 
ihuj^e "Mi.^s M, photographer. 
Cliristianson Hans, harness. 
I'c Bow John L, lawyer. 
I'.iiehson Jolin, blackpinith. 
I'fiincj- It X, Hardware and Imple- 
ments. 
Gilbert John O, geul store and meal inkt. 
Gilbert Miss Sadie, milliner, 
•iiiliert T I ^ Co, general store. 
Gietne E S, railroad, exp and tel agt. 
Hanson tlharles (), furniture. 
Hanson Lars, blacksmith. 

'"L^an it Lien, lumber. 
HiKide Piev B (LutheraiO. 
J'>bnson Hans, shnemaker. 

•oliiisoii Sk. r.vnrinX, Hardware. 
Lokken Ole H, painl-r. 
-'l.iyer A- Peterson, hardware. 
<^lwn L ifc Co, wagonmakers. 
1 cterHon Evart, tai'.or. 
^I'linickson Jena P, physician. 
>trutu o P, restaurant. 
1 hompson Mrs J M, dressmaker, 
"ipson T& Bro, furniture. 




Young H A & Co, grain and flour miil. 

BLANCHAEDV.TLLE. On the I. 
C. K. II.. and on the Pecatonica river 
in La Fayette county, '30 miles northeast 
of Darlington, the judicial seat and near- 
est bankiutr point. Exp., Am. Tel., Vs. 
V. Population, 300. C. Vickers, post- 
master. 

Abby & Ilaldeman, meat market. 

Arenson Barbara, dressmaker. 

Baker John G, justice. 

sSEitiit'iiard Alviii, Hardware and 

Hotel. 
Brew John, hotel. 
Clegg Heur3', photographer. 
CiiiTey JiJin, blacksmith. 
Cullen liridget, dressmaker. 
Dean E, carpenter. 
Hanson John, shoemaker. 
IlHrdyiiiiiSi 8', Livery. 
Harris ilenr3', insurance. 
Harris John, carpenter. 
Hendrickson Bros, painters. 
Hobland Peter, shoemaker. 
Huwland F) P, mason, 
.lolinsou John A, hardware. 
Joiinson Thomas, carpenter. 
Ivnorr F M, live stock. 
Jjovcjoy A- Richards, lumber. 
I.,(iii<l Ci B', Griii'L-r. 
McKeller A, physician. 
Mason .S L. general store. 
j\[illiou & Spears, meal market. 
Menson Martin, general store. 
Jlunsou John L, furniture. 
Murer I' J, grocer. 
Olson (; C, live stock. 
Porter J loss, carpenter. 
Rislej' Win. crocer. 
Sar<lf«oii 4;<-orge, Grist ;Mill. 
Sillers O T, furniiure. 
Smeedsrud E O, blacksmith. 
Swansou A, mason. 
Vic'Ist'r* <', Grocer and Restaurant. 
AVickler H. railroad, exp and tel agent. 
AVilson Miss Emily, dressmaker. 
Wren John J, hardware. 

BLANDING. A pnst(,ffine in Bur- 
nett county, Jl miles souiheast of Grants- 
burg, the county seal and nearest shipping 
point. Jl.iil, semi-weekly. Lewis Ander- 
son, postmaster. 

Aii4lrr«.oii I.cu'l^, General Store and 

Justice. 
Dhlilin J'. ho, saw mill. 
Johnson Jnim .V, carpenter. 
Lindhoim Eric, saw mill. 



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BLENKER. On the TTi'icoasin Cen- 
tral Line, in Wood county, io miles north- 
west of Grand Ilfipids, the judicirtl sent. 
and 14 east of Mur.-hfield, the nearest 
banking point. Tel., W. U. Exp., Am. 
Population, CO. John Bleuker, postmas- 
ter. 

JGSIciiUcr Joliii, General Store and Ho- 
tel. 
Brandt Andrew, saloon. 
Friscli Ignatz, SHloon. 
liaiiiiii l..orfiiz, Blnck.smilh. 
Mangold L .1. nclary. 
Tallmadge V\' H, railroad, exp and tel agt. 



BLODGETT. A po.-toffice in "\Yau- 
keslia county, 3< miles novtlioHst of Wau- 
kesha, the nearest baukius; point, and 3 
southwest of BrooktJL-ll. on llic C, M. & 
St. P. Ky. Population, SO. 3Iail, tri- 
weekly. Frederick Goerkc, postmaster. 

Glitz August, crocer. 
CJoerke E'rciivritk, Saloon. 
Lutter F, black.^iuith. 
Meiniuger L, saloon. 



BLOOM CITY. Formerly known as 
lion, is located on the west branch of Pine 
river, in Richland eounty, 15 mik-« north- 
west of Richland Centre, the county seat, 
nearest banUing and shipping point, on 
the C, M. &, Si P. P>y. Stajcs to P.ich- 
land Cr!:tre and AVest Lima. Population, 
300. Mail, daily. 

Blakcly it Albaugh. general store. 
Cass J W, general store. 
Grear F A, grocer 
Householder* Mc.Nelly, furniture. 
Houts Jolin, hardwr.re. 
McXclly ricnrj". '-iencral f^lore. 
Slianibuufih A, frcneial store. 
Stoefer W W, Larnt-^ 
Thornburg \V B, blncksmilh. 

BLOOMER. .\ llouri.<^hinc villase on 
theC, St. P, M &, (). Ry, and on Dun- 
can creek, in Chip;iewa coimly. 15 miles 
northwest of C'liipiiewa Falls, the eounty 
seal. Settled in ls5(i. it contains a bank, 
4 churches, a public school, u biewery, a 
creamery and cheese factory and a week- 
ly newspaper, the Adcnicc. Grain, lum- 
ber and produce are shipped, and land 
ranges ic prici^ from iJlO to $30 per acre. 
Population, yuO. Tul . W . U. Kxp.,Am. 
Mail, daily. Frank "\V. Stees, postmaster. 

Adler Mrs Carrie, jjeneral store. 



Anderson Louis, tailor. 

Auitiu Floyd .M, constable. 

Bjnk of Bloomer (capital, §15,000), Ti: 

liughast & Marsluall i>roiirs, 
Barcume Joseph, farm impts. 
Berg Charles, carpenter. 
Berg & Brown (Otto Berg, Ada A Browi. 

general store. 
Blaschkc Rev John A (Catholic). 
Bloomer House, S L Gaylord propr. 
Blooruer Advance, E N Bowers editc^r. 
Brooks George I. placing mill. 
Brown Simon ]i. station au'ent. 
Coofi Win H, Lumber, Lath anc 

Shingles. 
Cottington Robert, physician. 
Crouse ^Vm G, jeweler. 
Cuttinu Frank JI. general store. 
Dierks"* Otto (W'm Dierks, Fhilip Otto 

hardware and undertakers. 
Dreger Adolpli. propr L"nion House. 
Emmerton E M, cirpenter. 
Fessendeu Edward, painter. 
Fisk A C, nursery. 
French 1 C, physician. 
Gaylord Samuel L. propr Bloomer House 
Gibson J F, piin of scliool. 
Hathaway James R, gen store and drug^. 
Jackson Andrew, lawyer and in-;. 
Jarvi.s Willard, chief clerk We,;, Hotel. 
Joel Benjamin, carpenter. 
Kehl & liarcume (John B Ki'hI. Joseph 

Barcume), grain and produce. 
Kelley F A. creamery. 
Kelly Samuel J, general store and cheest 

mnfr, 3 miles u e. 
Kenyon Gould A, blacksmith. 
Kidder Rev A (Concregatioual). 
Kluud Frederick, ^hocnuiker. 
Klund John, wagonmalier. 
Krau/felder Loui.'^, hardware. 
Krenz Fred C, saloon. 
Langren John, painter. 
Lefllngwell A- Ingram (.Miranr H LefliDg 

well, James T Ingram), harness. 
Lie lie & Koepp (Charles Liebe, John F 

Koop])). lirewers. 
Liidgaard Jens J, photographer. 
Lund Isaac, saloon. 
Jilanderson John, propr West Hotel. 
jMiles John, livery. 
jMooreAdam. eroeer. 
Morri.^on it McAVithy (E J Morrison. Depi' 

I'j .Mc^Vltlly), farm impts. 
Oeiimis H D, veterinary surtreou. 
Opera Hall. F W Stees mngf. 
Olio Mrs Carrie, milliner. 
Peter,^on Peter S. saloon. 
Prill John C, dentist. 
Pr\iher Loran/., saloon. 



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«sets, $11(1,1100.000. i >'ort1iif\rstern Kvniich 
|.lus, - u;.0()0.(HH). ' Otllce, 416 JllUvaiikoe 
St., .IIILIVAtlvIiE, V.IS. W. S. lAMUEK, ^*tatc asent. AVALKKK BlCKXKli, (ien"! Jianassr. 



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;;H>mus ifc CUristiansuu (MarUn liasmus, 

Ulo Cbristiansou), grain, etc. 
Ksymond A E, carpenter, 
lingers Elliet'on M. physicifin. 
?chroeder Henry. Qfiur and feed. 
Srailb George II, feed niUl. 
Smith Judson W, .ipiarisf. 
Spencer Cliarles, justice of peace. 
Stees Frank W, po.stmaster uud barber. 
Stec3 Mrs Rosetta J, dre.ssmaker. 
Stticheu & Martin (Jlicliael J StticLen, 

Henry Martin), black.smillis. 
Stewart Harold -M, carpenter. 
Tillinghast Cb.irle.s D. lawyer and ins. 
Tiiliudiast &, Marfliall (Cliarles I) Tillintr- 

lip.st, Henry ilarthali), proprs Bank of 

liloomer. 
Trankle Conrad, general .store. 
Treat Leonard \V, city marshal. 
I'nion House. Adolph Drcs-er propr. 
Van Dalsem Rev H A, lecturer. 
Wagner Peter, conbctioner. 
Wtiidlandt .loliu, _t;(;neral .sli.rc. 
Werner A; :Martin "(Henry M'erner, Louis 

Martin), hardware. 
^Vebt Hotel, ,John .Meniler.son propr. 

BLOOMING DALE. On the West 
'viikapoo river, in Vernon county, 10 
miles northeast of Virrqiia, the seat of 
justice and nearest banking point, and 4 
from Wcstby, its nearest shipping' point, 
'"pulation, 1,-jO, .Mail, Iri-weekly. E. E. 
liustad, postmaster. 

Appleman .Jesse, saw mill. 

''"liken A, furniture. 

'';•'•' m C W, i;eneral store. 

<;ililc ei A, Blacksmith. 

JbuiMin Henry A. tutmer. 

Mn^iT Bros, saw mill. 

^I'Ttcrud (; A, gen store and hotel. 

"■horn M, Hour mill. 

"tiislatl S: Ji:, General Store. 

>*eNthy E T, furniture. 

HLOOMINGTGN. Located on a 
ftam-li of (Iraiit river, in Grant county, M 
I'di s norlhwesl of Lanoislor, the county 
'■ti'.iuiil 12 southeast of Bridj^eport, Ihe 
•!'':'.rest shijiping point. Has a bank and a 
^I'-'-ly newspaper, the Itcronl. Staires 
"iidy to Bridirennrt and tri-wcckly to Lan- 
'■'."'•'er; fure, s;l to cither place. Popula- 
""'. «00. .M;ul. ,Iaily. Georg(. AV. Xev- 
'"*. postma'^tfer. 

"^'linline Bros, live stock. 
Hariioy liro*, Dentists. 
:;>f'^".V 1'. lawyer. 

''uett U'm, hou.'-e mover. 



Bloomington House, ■] Donnelly propr. 

Brady John, saloon. 

Brooks Ernest, propr Record. 

Brooks Je-^.se, justice. 

Itrow'ti I>aiiiel 8', General Store. 

Burgess &, Auel, saloon. 

Chambers John M, photographer. 

Chambers .Mrs Mary E, milliner. 

Chandlers Thomas II, physician. 

Crabtree A N, general sturc. 

Donnelly Joseph, propr Bloomington 

House. 
Ecke Herman C, harness. 
Fox Ira. meat maiket, 
H^rjiy.ior .4l!Vt'«i, General Store. 
Garthwaite Edward, produce. 
Glasier ]\Irs Jliua B, physician. 
Glasier "Willis II, physician. 
Greer Frank L. general store. 
Hampton .James, painter. 
Hutcli Silas A, general store. 
Heckniasler & U'Xeil, creamery. 
Hickok ik, Angore, saloon. 
Holfdrd Lyman D, gen store and justice. 
Gfi4>^UiIlK l> «Sl. feoii, Furnittire. 
Johnson John, shoemaker. 
Kitlo Samuel, hardware. 
Lewis James M, jiliysician. 
Lumpkin George W, live slock. 
MeNameo Barn.ard, tailor. 
..Mailer GcorLTC \V, L'rocer. 
.Tbisii^joi' >Vm, Blacksmith. 
3Iuiio(,iiey & Lynass, saloon. 
Parkins U, barber. 
Peacock James, barber. 
Pennock John, meat market. 
Pitts 11 10, wagonmaker. 
Record, E Brooks propr. 
Sala Orlando P, physician. 
Smith Thoma.s, sliueraaker. 
Stone Charles \V, live stock. 
Taylor Gei.ige E, Hour mill and foundry. 
Taylor Hilb. rt E, jeweler. 
Tornowski Gustav, wagonmaker. 
Vv'oodliiiu-e Clinton B.'hardware. 
\Voc>4lluMi>c iV BJnrlioy, Bankers. 

BLOOM VILLE. Apostofficeln Lin- 
coln county, VZ iiiiks nurlheast of .Merrill, 
on the C, .M. & St. P. Ky, the seat of jus- 
tice, shipping and banking point. Popu- 
tion, GO. Tri-vreckly mail stage to Merrill. 
H. Scovilie, postmaster. 
Jasteii Valley, saloon ami grocer. 
Meioingei Simon, saloon and trrocer. 
So<»villt; Sloiirj, Carpenter. 
West Win, logger. 



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BLUE MOUNDS. A post village on 
the C. it N. \V. I!y, in D ine county, £-< 

p DIRECT ROUTE I'nnTiirnni !n'.'!/l 

il. toaiIPOINTSir.iiUllllii:lllllljyfl, 



Cudahy Brothers/; Pork and Beef Packer? 

Mll^w.vi SiKi;, wsscoNMN. \ AND PROVlSIO>J DEALERS. 



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^ I miles southwest ol Mad;soii, the county 

._ '. seat, and Ifi eust of l)ud;:eville, the netirL-tt 
*=■ Z banking point. A weekly newspaper, the 
S.« Pccis, ispubli-hed. Population, 150. Tel., 
© S W. U. Exp., Am. C. llclmeustine, post- 
fc» p master. 

Q^ M Bancroft Dr H V, drutts and justice. 

5 EJi'.Ic cV Loiick, Lilacksmitlis. 

Bs^ Brockenwa'.'eu F. hotel and livery. 

^ •■Clifgard &, Torhoug, livery. 

^ g Evers Carl, hotel. 

02 Pauls F C, meat market. 
K llauson it Ole, gen storr and furniture. 
Q U EScliiioii«tiiic CliarU's, General Store. 
''^ ^ Kendrick Bros, hardware. 

y5 Lovejoy & llichards, lumber. 
^ McKiuzie Jolm B, railroad, exp and tel agt. 
^ f" Olden A A, shoemaker. 



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2 Olscn G, harness 



Press, 11 V Bancroft Publr. 
Smith Thomas, wagonma.ier. 
Zechmann Elias, genera! store. 



BLUE RIVER. A post village on 
the C, .''>[. & St. P. liy, in Grant county, 
;jO miles northeast of Lancaster, the county 
seat, and 8 northeast of Boscobe), the usual 
banking point. Population, Vo Tel., 
W. U. ' Exp., Adams. C. JI. Callahan, 
postmaster. 

('al!:ililiii C r?3. General Store. 
Parker Grant, railroad, exp and tel agt. 



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BLUFF. A pnst village on the C. & 

N. W. Uy, and on Su:,'ar riv( r, in Dane 

county, 20 miles southwest of .Madison, the 

county seat and nearest liankiug point. 
,Slagt.s Iri-weekly to I'inr BlulT. Populn- 
'tion, oO. Exji., Ain. Tel., \V. U. A. K. 

Sorenson, postmaster. 

Anderson 1\I, live stock. 

Donahue T, livestock. 

Graves C 1,, r.viinrid, rxp and tel agt. 

lilevi'ii I Aim !i. Hotel and Lumber. 

Moen 1' 11. blucksniilh. 

Ness Christopher, earpt^nter. 

Ny.i^ood Li!wis, carpenter. 

Scott W M. live stock. 

Sorciisoii X li. General Store and Jus 
tice. 

Thompson L O, live stock. 

BOARDMAN. A post villaire on the 
C, St. ]'., .M. .t O. By. in St. Croix coun- 
ty, rJiuilesnoitlieast of Hudson, the coun- 
ty seat, and OJ southwest of Xew Hich- 
mond, the nearest banking jioint. Popu- 
lation, 100. Tel., W. U. E.vp., Am. 
A. O. Spencer, postma.'-tcr. 



Beebe Miss Dora, music teacher. 
Boardman Chee.-e Factory. 
Davis S. railroad, exp and tel agent. 
Fsirraiul Win. Barber. 
Jolinston Bros ^t Virgin, rlour mills. 
Rogers Gcorce. cooper. 
Spcisccr &, 'i'cml. General Store. 
^Vert Ephraim, blacksmith. 



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BOAZ. A village on Eagle en ek, 
Richland county, miles west of liiel.!; 
Centre, onthe'C, M. &, St. P, By. 
county seat, nearest railroad static 
banking point. Population. lOo. 
daily. D. A. Jacobson, postmaster. 

Barnes Wm >L flour and saw mill. 

Rcrry 3S H, General Store. 

Briggs Jav- W, genl store and cheese inDi" 

Cosgrove F'rank. blacksmith. 

Evans John, hotel. 

Garner Dr E S, drUL^-ii^t. 

Pleidbrink Mrs J >;, milliner. 

Kiserman August, meat market. 

Seward Christ, saloon. 

Starr C BS, Harness. 

Surrem John, blacksmith. 

Templeton Stephen, general store. 



BOB CREEK. In Chippewa coucy 
10 miles northeast of Chippewa Fails, i.. 
county seat, rjearest railroad station i.r : 
banking point. Population, lo. .Mni-, 
semi-weekly. 

BOHRI. In P,i,lTalo county. 20 mil 
from Alma, the judicial S( at, and 7 fi; : 
Fountain City, its banking and shipp;r.. 
l>oint. Mail, w,ekly. G. Boliii, ]■■ -' 
master. 

Baertsch George, carpenter. 

Jiohri C Emil, c.irpenlt r. 

It(»liri <;i»((Si('!i, Hotel and Grocer. 

Egbert Geihart, meal market. 

Scheidegger Jacob, mason. 

Yochem John, blacksuiilh. 

BOLT. In Kewaunee county, 17 niii. 
southwest of Krwaune(.', the judii ial fi • 
and nearest banking point, and I'i iiP'- 
Two Rivers, the nearest shipping p>'i!| 
population, 50. .Mail, tri-weekly. N- -'' 
Knudson, postmaster. 

Knudson N ,M. l)lacksmith. 
Knudson iV Heidman, saw mill. 
SjK-wasck Frank, gen! store and saloou- 

BOLTON VILLE. A villa ;:e : 
"Washington county. 'J miles northea-l ■ 



Chicap £ Grand Trunk h> 



The Favorite Route basi 

VIA UIACARA FALLS. 



nncr'CDC the nieoDKssDit 

DhLiSCnO. i.N(i jAtKS. i to 11 Tod, 



?I>FC; CO. Mnnofactnre BRKnEHY M VCIIINEBT. WIND. 

rowK!! iioisTixf; tucHiXERr. tick ks. K.LEYATOHS, 

AiroilATlC STE.I.M BOriLE COUKEllS, Etc. 512-514 tOMULIICE STKEET, aiLWAlKKE, '.VIS. 



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West Bend, the count}' sefi' sml nearest 
biinkiuir point, and 7 from Kewa^kum, its 
usual shipping point. It is on tiie daily 
mail stage route from KeTvasliiim to Fill- 
more. Population, SoO. Walter Bolton, 
postmaster. 

Backus JI, shoenuiker. 

Bolton A- £>h'rl>:tiiin. Gen Store. 

Uoltoii t't !»ciiiiliT, Flour ^liil. 

Dieslerkampt J, I'rick iiiufr. 

Duncan Bros, saw mill. 

Goeler d, slioemaker. 

ISat'iilzc a A, Hardware. 

Lanibreclit M, meat market. 

Licht J, harness. 

ilorgenrolli Edward, Micksmith. 

Xigh J li. railroad, c.\p and tel arreat. 

Scboetz John, wagonniaker. 

■Wittig Cliariea, saloon. 

Woog Peter, saloon. 

BOiN", Ricbland county, ^^''tmc chinrjed 
to Bloom City. 



Larriaun Cliarles. brick mnfr. 

Lebmann Fred W, hardware. 

ilabl C F. saloon. 

.Mej-er Philip, haruessmaker. 

Xeuman A, blacksmith. 

Poppe V, physician. 

Baduge Fred, blacksmith. 

Samp AVm, blacksmith. 

Spciisler irars A, Hotel. 

AN'aguer M, blacksmith. 

Wagner tfc Meyer, saw mill. 

West fall John, carpenter. 

Zernicke Fred, carpenter. 

Zuelilke C & Co, hardware and impts. 



BONDUEL. A postonire in .^hawano 
county, 9 mile.s southeast of Shawano, the 
county seal and bank location, and 5 from 
Cecil, the nearest railroad station. Stages 
tri-weckly to Shawano and Green Buy. 
Population, loU. Mail, triweekly. Wm. 
F. Bonnin, postmaster. 

Boeher L, general store. 

]5netteher Carl, mason. 

Jioiiiiiii (', General Store and justice. 

Brummels G, cheese luafr. 

Fullerton F A; .Son, feed and saw mill. 

Gripp A, lime. 

Jensen Fied, wagonniaker. 

Ivaiiii ^o!<iiti<>ii. General Store. 

Ketter Peter, blacksmilh. 

Klein John, sal.n.n. 

Klemp ct Boche, saw mill. 

Krueger Win F, farm imj'ts. 

Kuhl Gnllfried, sal<;ou. 



BOSCOBEL. A progressive and flour- 
ishing incorporated city, located on the 
C, M. it St. P. By. in Grant county. 2.j 
miles north of Lancaster, the judicial seat, 
160 v.'est of Milwaukee. 70 from .Madison, 
and 25 from Prairie du Chien. The ei!y 
is rapidlj' growing in wealth and import- 
ance, and contains Baptist, Catholic, Con- 
gregational and Methodist churches, a 
graded public school, stave, heading and 
plow factories, flouring mills, a b;inl:. a 
concert hall with a sealing capacity of tlOII, 
and large and commodious business blocks, 
and handsome residences. Land in the 
vicinity is well wooded, and the shipiiienls 
comprise grain, produce, hoop-poles and 
livestock. Stages semi-weekly to Homer, 
Castle Kock, ;\[illelt, Haney. liurlbun 
and Wheatville. Exp., U.S. Tel..W. U. 
Population, 1.700. Telephone connection. 
Gustav .Meyer, jiostmaster. 
Ableiter ISIelcbior, blacksmitli. 
Anderson Sever, shoemaker. 
Anscheutz Leo, photographer. 
Armstrong Charles A, physician. 
Armstrong Lcroy G, physician. 
Bank of A J Pipkin, A J Pipkin propr. 
Bartholomew Stmiiel. deimiy sheritf. 
Bolit'l Joiiii, Propr Central House. 
Bold Adam. L'roccr. 



T. J. BROOKS. 



R. D. BLANCHAKD. 



Ij-^^"^7- orF^x^ioE; ciF" 



BROOKS & BLANCHARD. 



wk practice in all the courts, collections a specialty 



j D-iULIXGTON. 
BKANCH OFFUtS:- RICHLAND CE.N'TF.R. 
|iiAItABO(>. 



BOSCOBEL, WIS. 



'S i^-'alpj LARGEST STOCK OF OIL CLOTH AJiD CARPETS,' 



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Bomaster Jliss Liziiie, milliner. 

Boscobcl Agricultural and Drivin!r Park 
AsaociatioQ, J 11 Sarles pres, Kdwurd 
Mc3-er f cc. 

Bo>tco9>e{ I>ial, George W Goldsmith 
Propr. 

Brookins Eugei)e, carpenter. 

Brooks li; ESIiiiit-Jsar*! (Thomas .J 
Brooks, R D Blanchard), Lawyers. 
(Seeadi', p 1S3.) 

Brown Miss JIattie, dressmaker. 

Brown Ar Edwards (Chtirles F Brown, 
Ucrbert B Edw.inls), lluur mill. 

Bryan Edgar C, prnpr Grant House. 

Bushhausen Henry, shoemaker. 

Callaway, Walker .t Miller (Millard H 
Callaway, .Tudson 1' Walker, John X 
Miller), dry goods, etc. 

Cailey David \V, physici.in. 

Carrier T & Co (Terrence Carrier, Micliael 
McSpaden), hardware. 

Central 83<nn»c, John Bobel Propr. 

City Hotel, Michai'l Lenahan propr. 

Comstoek Jesse, meat mrirket. 

Comslock Mrs John X, confectioner. 

Cook Wm, painter. 

Cruiner Frank J. baker. 

De Lap Myron W, monuments. 

De Witt Jlartin, confectinuer. 

Ei.^feldcr Frederick V. jeweler. 

EllingNon & Lindelien (Nels Jilllingson, 
Jolm O Ijindelieii), grocers. 

Enright Mr.s M C, confecliouer. 

Erdenberg Geoige, saloon. 

Giiropunii Calai-rli I'liro, A Never 
Failing Kemedy for Catarrh and All 
Diseases of the Head and Throat; Up- 
borne S: Huppeler Pmprs; also Mnfra 
of European Tocjlhiiie; for Sale liy All 
Druggists. 

Funb'rer Mrs Henry, reslnnraiit. 

0<>l<i''tt)illi fjJcort;^ W, I'rojir Bosco- 
bel ])ial. 

OooUl Herbert J, furniture. 

Goold Mrs if J, milliniT. 

Grant Jliss Annie I!, dressmaker. 

Grant House, ]■". C J5ryan propr. 

Guenlzel Gustav, llarne^ls. 

flaney John W, barlier. 

Hanson I' L, carpenter. 

llayman Ijuciua If, iiliysieian. 

Henktl John, tailor. 

Hinriehs Paul L, r.ailroail and e.\p agent. 

Hunuuel & Hof (Henry Hummel, Phillip 
J Hof), meat market. 

Illircrs <>j»ora SBoii'io, W T Hurd 
Propr and Alngr; Six Hundred Ca- 
pacity; E.|nipped with Square Grand 
Piano and I'.est I'laj' House in County. 

Kurd Wilson T, dentist. 



Hurlbut Henry S, jeweler. 

Jenkins Frederick C, clothing. 

Kane Joseph, saloon. 

Kratchowill Frank A, stationer. 

Kratchowill Vandy J, shoemaker. 

Kretsch Mrs Lena, confectioner. 

Lawrence Daniel, livery. 

Lenahan Michael, propr City Hotel. 

Lewis Frank, jeweler. 

Light Guard Baud, Horatio W Hubliei; 

leader. 
McGraw & Gurnsey (Isaac N McGraw. 

Charles O Gurnsey), meat market. 
jMcGraw John 1?, meat market. 
JlcLoughlin Jacol), lawyer. 
jMcMullen Charles, painter. 
Meyer Edward, stave factory. 
Meyer Gustav, postmaster. 
Miller Xorman B. restaurant. 
iMullley Frank C, insurance. 
rtSulIlcy Saoa».o, Jacob Trautman 

Propr. 
Muflley Jolin U, furniture. 
Murley Timothy, city marshal. 
Nauert Bros (Wm, Jacob F and Joseph B), 

saloon. 
Ness Kev O (Lutheran). 
O'Connor Miss^fary E. dressmaker. 
Opera House, Lou 1! Kuka mngr. 
Oswald Daniel, saloon. 
Palmer itBuiiis(W G Palmer, E E Burns), 

lawyers. 
Parker, HiUlebraiul & Co (Theodore Krons- 

hage, George F Hildebrand), gen store. 
Pike it; Van Allen (Edwin Pike, J W Van 

Allen>, aiiiari'-ts. 
I'iaiiiau' .'iSalt J! &. Son (Matt B and 

\Vin H), I^riigs, Gruceries and Ginseng 

Dealers. 
Pitlbh-y Mrs )5 H, laundry. 
Powell Itoseoe l{. denlistl 
Ueigc 1 Frederick, tailor. 
IJice Benjamin E, apiarist. 
Uitter & HubbelltWm Bitter, Theodore 

N Hubbell), hardware. 
Bodgers Wm. mason. 
KiiUa lEros i^Jiif^ Co (,Iohn, Louis 

and Lou II), Hardware, Farm Impts. 

Wagons, Carriages. Sleighs, Lumber. 

Founders and Machiuiata and Broom 

Mufrs. 
Sanger Geortre, blacksmith. 
Sani'er it .Martin i-lohn F Sanger, Jacob 

Martin), wagon mnfrs. 
Sarh ! John 11, lumber. 
S<ii\f><'r \. S'avor (Moody A Sawyer, 

Hiiam \V i'''avor).I)rui;gists and Griicers. 
Scheinpllug Frederick, furniture. 
Schmid George, livery. 
Selimitt Frederick W, marble dealer. 



North Star Ironworks. ) inMrit)-,.-,iwii,in,l8-i n?iii»o 

rAKlMI .1HM h.t( 1 I KIM; ( O, '- .Hill » ri:;hts. S;ni .Mill MilrllilK 

Ashland, - - Wisconsin. ) ^I'fi'ii Kni;iiic», Boilers, ToMPr 



liinkts. FolinderR. lioilf rninker^. 
Oni; .lliirliiner), ( orlis'l and llk-ll 
Hitting- .llarliliH-ry,ctc. Seep. 



MITHCU D^TUC '" finnection TTith llie JANESVILLE THERMOTHERAPEUTrc BATHS 
Unftion DalfiO .Norcro^s Block. South lii 



ilc'-»t e^iuippeii curati 



r St.. .Inuesiilk. Wis. Jhe nio'.t e^clfiisivp nad 
Wiicousiu. .12. A. .VOitlJJN, .Uuua;ier. 



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S.C'!? Mrs Lucia E, milliner. 

,<u.i:li Ptiillip, livery, 

."^pltKclber^ Bros (E O and R), gen store. 

Supbtus Frederick \V, barker. 

T'llf -Mrs Mary, n-encral 'l^re. 

Traiitiniin" Jacolt, I'ropr MuiUcy 

Hou>:e. 
L'i'liome & Huppeler, Proprs European 

Ciitiirrh Cure. 
Wtilker Bros (David R and Jonathan), 

farm impts. 
\V:ilers Jeliiel, physician. 
Wilion John D, lawyer. 
Wilson AVm H, gardener. 
Wi.^cODsiQ Iloufe, Mrs Fredericka Fritz 

i-ropr. 
W ouzor Mrs >rary, barber, 
Wuriter & Keller (Cioltlieb C Wurster, 

John I Keller), coopers. 



BOUCHEA. 

l:-::JJiardt. 



St. Croix county. &v 



BOVEE. A recently established post- 
otlice in Portage county. 



BOYCEVILLE. A postollice on Tiff- 
suy creek and on the Wisconsin Central 
I.iiie, in Dunn county, 15 miles norlhwe.'-t 
<A Menomonie, the county ,ceat and nearest 
b'lnkiBg point. Statres to Meiioraouie and 
Pnirie Farm. E.\p., Am, Tel., "W. I'. 
I'cpulation, 200. E, Bricklcy, postmaster. 

Harton Q, builder. 

jil.ikely N L, justice. 

j!"Weron C, general store and livery. 

Krlfkloy A, General .Store, 

Il'own ^ly: Bradslmw, "general store. 

< Tvl .Vn?el D, broom ninfr. 

< link MiifK Co, Spokes 
<:"rk S D, lumber, 

Diekcr & Brickley, apiarists, 
'•rutt Charles, mason, 
"ay.* A A & Bro, saw and grist mill, 
l;'.vis J C, meat market, 
^•irlett John, s.aw mill. 
■■! later August, shoemaker. 
K-ed W .V, railroad, exp and tel ac;t. 
1-lort, Fl,&.) (., ^eii.T.d st,)re, 
" rulnor J>r KiUr S, Dru£r'nst. 
•■'^I'.ir Kalpli, billiards, 
>M.--ant Charles, blacksmith. 



: ^P^D. On the Wisconsin Central Line, 
a I liimicwa county, ]s miles ea^t of Cliip- 
|"--v« i'all,^, the county '^cat and bankin- 
I'"'"; It was settleil in 1S-<1. 



saw and shiD;;le mills and a number of 
general and special stores, etc. Weekly 
stage to Cox, Population, COO, Tei., 
W. U. Exp., N. P. Mail, dally. Jacob 
Jloore. postmaster. 

Adams Ellery X. justice, 

Adams Herbert S. musician. 

Allie David J, lawyer. 

Arehambcault Eugene, propr Commercial 

House. 
Baer II & Co (Herman Baer, Adolph 

Kann), general store. 
Boyd Cooperage Co (capital. ^^C'inOi, F 

Gunderson pres and mngr, W P tissons 

sec. 
Iliitsclicr Alborl, General Store. 
Carabin Koek, lilack.-mith. 
Cirkel J W ^t Sons (John W, Au</ust and 

Theodore ,11, stave and heading innfrs. 
Commercial House, Eugene Arehambeault 

propr. 
Cooper C E, logger. 
Curtis C V, livery. 

I)e Both Felix .1, cooper and restaurant. 
Fucrst Frank, shoemaker. 
Ganzal ChriFtopher II. lioarding house. 
Gciat Peter G, meat market 
(?reen Shcpard, liverj'. 
Gustafson J\Irs Christine, milliner. 
Hanson Jacoli IT. hardu-are. 
Harding John, wagonmaker. 
Ilebbard Joseph, saloon. 
i9einiaiiii A; Coo!i(Herman Ileimann, 

Harry W Cook), Drujci-ts. 
Iloilman ]\nchael, shoemaker. 
Ickstadt "Wni J, hardware, etc. 
Kleiner Frank X, furniture. 
Kobb Louis, brewers' agt. 
Loomis J J, barber. 
Luebstorf Henry, saloon, 
Lund Bros (.Myron and Edson O.saw mill. 
McDonald Alexander H, physician. 
Martin Warren, wagonmaker, 
Moore Jaoi/b. postmaster and harness. 
Murray Michael (estate). Charles Xelson 

ningr, stave and heading mnfr, 
Xelson Charles, mngr J[ .Murrray's estate. 
Olsen Ole, saloon. 
Patten Robert, general store. 
Richie Samuel, blacksmith. 
Smith George W, carpenter. 
Thompson Ezra H, jeweler. 
"Weber Mathias B, .saloon. 
Yager Frank, saloon. 
Zimmermanu Stephen, poultry breeder. 

BOYDTOWN. A ;etHemcnt on the 
north bank of ilir- "Wisconsin river.in Craw- 
ford conuty, 25 miles from Prairie du 



<Y^'':'in,s .Methodi.-t Epi.^ci.pal and Catholic 
.iiJtcLes, 2 slave and heading factories, 

Chicago, Milmykee SSL Paul P,j,"Lr:\'/esiafld UM^ 



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Chien, the judicial sua'.. 6 froui Bojcobel, 
Uie nearest baak location, aud jfrom ^Vau- 
zcka, the ueare=l shipping point Pdpuh'.- 
tion, 50. K. W. Boyd, postmaster and 
general store. 



BOyiNGTON. Also known as Boy- 
ington Mills, is on the Tomorroi\' river, in 
Purtiige countj', K'j miles northeast of Ste- 
vens' Point, the county seat, and r-2 north 
of Custer, the nearest railroad station. 
Stevens' Point is the nearest banking 
point. Stages tri-i;veekly to Stevens' Point 
and Alban. Population, 40. .Mail, tri- 
■weekly. A D. lioyiugton, postmaster. 

Boyington Mills, Y P At'.TcU mngr. 



BRACKETT. A farmers' postofBce 
in Eau Claire county. 11 miles southeast of 
Eau Claire, the iudicinl seat, Mail by spe- 
cial supply. Ibbert Parker, postniaster 
and farmer. 

BRACY. A posloffice in Burnett 
county. U miles northeast of Grantsuurgh, 
tlie feat of justice and shipping point. 
Bank at Ku.'.li Cuy, Jliun. .Mail, semi- 
weekly. J. B. Uoberts, postmaster. 



BRADTVILLE. A po.stollico in 
Giant county, 21 miles northwest of Lan- 
caster, the couuty seat, 5 from Oasley, the 
nearest railroad station, and 10 from 
Bloomingtou, the nearest banking point. 
Stages .semi-weekly to "Wyaiusing. Popu- 
lation, 3f)0. Mad, serai Weekly. Sopliia 
Day, postmaster. . 

Anderson A, blacksmith. 
I Bossi ,1 A. bro;)ni iiiarr. 
Itriull ISei'iiaiMl, Hotel. 
Calkins V. ju^,tiLr. 
Ciaik K W, cari>enler. 
Clark John, builiier. 
Day J .M, mason. 
Day ,1 r, lawyer. 
Day .1 S, masnn. 
ttny Sopliiii, GeiK ral Store. 
Green !!••? (.MnlHuli^l i 
Palmer II M, meat market. 






BRADY'S. In Hichland county, is 
miles west of Kichland Center,the judicial 
scat, usual banking and .^hipiiing p.iint. 
Population. S.") M lil, semi-weekly. .James 
Brady, postmaster. 
Ellsworth D, saw mill. 

BRANCH. A post village on the M.. 
L. S. it W. Ky, in Manitowoc county, 7 



miles northwest of Manitowoc, the county 
seat and nearest banking point. Popula- 
tion, loO. Exp., U. S. Peter Hermann, 
postmaster, 

Bahr Charles, cheese mnfr. 
Carbon John, blacksmith. 
Erdlitz .Tosei-iii, tailor. 
Ilalverson Hans, well driller. 
Ilcrinanii Peter, Hotel, Flour and 

Saw Mills. 
King C L, agent M, L S it W Ky. 
Koener Joseph, pump mnfr. 
Kunz Charles L, saloon. 
Reif A & L. ilour and saw mill. 
Reif John, broom handle mnfr. 
Schatler Frank, general store and saloon. 
Schneider A, carpenter. 
Sheldon D W, justice. 
Voelder Louis, vet surgeon. 
Windhauser M, boots and shoes. 



BRANDON. A village on the N. 
div. C, M. & St. P. Ky, in Metomen 
township. Fond du Lac county, 10 miles 
from Fond du Lac, the county seat, and 
76 from Milwaukee. It contains a sleigh 
and carriage factory, a butler tub factory. 
2 grain elevators, planing miil, cheese fac- 
tories, 4 churches, a gocul scliool, a harrow 
and laud roller factory. Odd Fellows" Hall, 
capable of sealing :lOO. 2 good liotels and a 
weekly newspaper, the Bnih'I.in Tini''S. 
Land is worth from .'?oO to siJO per acre. 
There are several quarries in the vicinity 
which 3deld a superior quality of granite. 
Telephone communicalion with all sur- 
rounding ixdnt.s. I^earest bank at "Wau- 
pun. Population, 700. Tel.. 'iV. U. 
Exp., Am. Frank C. Brown, postmaster. 

Bennett Bev Wm (Methodist). 

Bornscheiii Albeit F, i:;rain I'levatnr. 

Brandon 'J'imes, Martin C .short propr. 

BrinkerlidlT (■'rimk, livestock. 

lirowu Frank C. barber. 

Brown Horace L, harncssmaker. 

Burkhani Ib-v John (Luthernn). 

Cheney Benjamin, apiarist. 

Cole Alamanda, pumps. 

Cede Mr.i Louise, dressmaker. 

Coll- Willis, grocer. 

Corastock Edward, painter. 

Ellis it Foster (Charles K Ellis, Frederick 

K Foster), hardware. 
Ellis it Olive (.Mary Ellis, Anna Olive), 

milliners. 
I^ltKJ^ii il4>ii«e, D C Keynolds Propr. 
Feriju^on L' ander, i;eneral Ktnre. 
Fo-itrr F 11 it Sou ( b'rederick B and John 

Wi. bankers. 



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Geidel E & C (Edward and Churle^), wag- 
ODtnakers. 

Graliiuii Bros(Wm and John E), But- 
ter Tub jMiifrs and General Cooperage. 
i&e iidv. Uhic.) 

llallS ISolol, Levi J Hall Propr. 

Hall I>cvi J, Propr Ili.irs Ilntul, .Tu'^- 
tice of Ptacc. >;otary Public, -Mn-r Tel- 
ephone, Insurance Agent and Livery 
Stable. 

Hazen Chester, live stock. 

Ileckendorii Kcv Gcorie M (Congl). 

Hermann Charle.'J, furniture. 

Hillmau David II. live stock breeder. 

Hobbs Bros (Alvin and Walter), cheese 
mntrs. 

Hogle Gilbert SI, wall paper. 

Irwin Bros (\Vm and Samuel), cheese bos 
mnfrs. 

Jatncs Edwin A, jeweler. 

Knapp Charles P, hardware. 

Knapp Mit-s Gertie, uiu.sic teacher. 

Knajip Mrs L, Jiiilliner. 

Koebler & Vcdder (August Koehler, John 
Vedder). grain shiiipers. 

Lanphcr Charles C, grocer. 

McClelland Jauies. shoemaker. 

Marquard Bros (Kerdiiiand E and Freder- 
ick AV), meal market. 

Moore Mark L, farm inipts. 

O'Leary Benjamin A, inngr ^\' U Tel Co. 

Paine Lumber Co, George F Wheeler 
mngr. 

Pleuss Henry C. saloon. 

Pleuss Misio.Hfilatlieaiid Leiia),dressmkrs. 

Randall Walter !S, railroad and exp at'ent. 

Itc-)'iiul4l<« lie Will V, Propr Bn.'-igQ 
House. 

Root ,1 n. physi'-ian. 

SclioelfU'r I'r:iiil4, Saloon and Pro- 
duce Dealer. 

Schueler Ileiirv J. boots and shoes. 



Sherwin Edward C, rollers and harrows. 

Sherwood Mrs F), grocer. 

Short Martin C. propr Brandon Times. 

Silber A; Stelsel (Jacob Silber, Aaron Stel- 
sel), general store. 

Turner James, physician. 

Turner & ^Var(lrobe (James Turner, "Wal- 
ter G Wardrolie\ drucs. 

'^Vcin«.loc-k <>ii!icrl B, General Store. 

Wheeler George F, mngr Paine Lumber 
Co. 

White Howard D, musical instruments. 

"Williams Robert M. mason. 

Wilox Lewis A, farm impts. 

Zell Frederick, carpenter. 

BRANT. A postoHice ia Calumet 
county, 5 miles northwest of Chilton, the 
county seat, nearest railioad station and 
banking point. States daily to Chilton 
and Stockbridije. Population, 2.5. Mail, 
daily. P. Mclvenna, postmaster. 
McCabe Ji:>hn R, cheese mnfr. 
McCole P, cheese mnfr. 
Kic'Kiciiiiii !*, General Store. 
Snyder John, cheese mnfr. 

BRASINGTON. In Pierce county, 
12 miles southeast of Ellsworth, the judi- 
cial seat and banking point, and i> from 
Maiden Rock, the m are-,l shipping point. 
Populati(^n, 200. Stage daily to Maiden 
Rock, carrying mail; fare, 25 cents. J. 
11. Brasington, postmaster. 
K^a^^^l::toIl J<iliii II, General Store. 
Mabin \\ ni. carjienter. 
Mcj'eis Henry, carpenter. 
Olin August B, justice. 
Park, Nelson kX. Co. lumber mnfrs. 
Peterson Andrew, grist mil] 
Seeley Josepli, boarding house. 
Thompson Waiter, l>l;irk-mith. 



GRAHAM BROS., 

General Cooperage 

r^^m WMiTii AS^s BUTTEr^ tubs 

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BRIARTON. In Sh.itvano county, 
18 miles southeast of Shawi^nn, the couutv 
scat, and 10 north of Black Creek, the 
nearest railroad Etution. Sejmour, 11 
miles distant, is the neatest banking point. 
Population,?.'). Mail, tri--wcekly. G.II. 
Qoldrick, postmaster. 

Becker J T, hotel and saw mill. 

Dear E C, .justice. 

Cioldric-k Gcori;c !I, General Store 

and Lumber. 
Ilerriman Henry, saw and shingle mill. 
Hoeft \Vm. blacksmith. 
Mielke Wm, carpenter. 

BREED. A country postolBco in 
•Oconto county, 2'i miles northwest of 
Oconto, the ^judicial .seat, and 15 from 
Gillelt, its nearest shipping point. Slail 
semi-weelily. 

Breed A W, hardware and trroceries. 



BRIDGEPORT. A village on the 
Wisconsin rivtr and on the C. M. tt St. 
P. Ky, in Crawford cf]unty, 7 miles south- 
east of Prairie du Chicn, the county seat, 
.and nearest bankinir point. Stnges daily 
to Bloomingtou and I'atcli Grove; furi-s, 
$1 and SO cents respectivelv. Poptilaiimi. 
100. Tel., W. r. E.xp., Adams. Carrie 
A. Matthews, postmaster. 

Ballentine J W, live stock. 

Beeseeker A .T, hotel. 

Bieloh's Orchestra. 

Cavanauch I) L, railroad, exp and tcl ajt. 

Garrow \V A, saloon. 

Horsfall D F, saw mill. 

Lewis .J F, saw mill. 

Lewis Wm, live stock. 

Lumpkin G W, live stock. 

Jlclvcr S, live stock. 

nEaUlieti's fiirrie .\, General Store. 

Mayuard's Brass Band. 

Orr Joseph, live stuck. 

Stone C W, live stock. 

Strayber Jacob, carpenter. 

BRIGGSV.tI,IjE. A vilhitre in .Mar- 
■ quelte county, ~~ miles southwest of .M,,.u. 
tello, the county =tat. and 11 northwest crf 
Portage, the usual baukins point, and li 
from Lewiston, its shipping; point. Pop- 
ulation, 120. Mail, tliiiiy.' P. K. Peter- 
son, postmaster. 

Barlow T L, wajonmaker. 
Champney J & Son. liour mill. 
Dean A (>. luanos and orcaus. 
I>fnii II T, Harness. 



Prer H H, hotel. 
Gray E C, millwright. 
HaLS .n Evan, boots and shoes. 
Hanson Lars, mason. 
Kimball F J it "W C, general store. 
Mclntyre J. carding mill. 
O'Connor Thomas, blacksmith. 
Pclcrsoii P K, General Store and Im- 
plements. 
Tennisou A, general store. 



BRIGHTON. A post village in Ke- 
nosha county, 10 miles northwest of Ke- 
nosha, the county seat, 4V south of Kan- 
sasville, on the C, iL A- St. P. PiV, the 
nearest railroad station, and 10 southeast 
of Burlington, the nearest banking ]ioint. 
Population. .jO. .Mail, send-weekly. John 
H. "Wiesmann, postmaster. 
Daniels Jacob, general store and saloon. 
Etschmann I'ev F X (Catholic). 
Jackley Herman, carpenter. 
Jackley V^slentine. saloon and livery, 
Kiirperi J7ao<»i>, lilacksmilh. 
Leinen John, mason. 
Mich Jacob, carpenter. 
Jlich Peter, shoemaker. 
Poss ilathias, hoarding house. . 
W'iesmann ^Mjs Henrietta, general store. 
Wicsmann Henrv. inwvi r. 
Wicsiiiaiiii John El, Veleiinary Sur- 
geon. 
Zeien Hubert, barber and shoemaker. 

BRILLION. A prosperous incorpo- 
rated village on the .M., L. S. it VV. Ky, ia 
Calumet couuty, 1.) ndles northeast of 
Chilton, the county scat and nearest bank- 
ing point, 22 from Manitowoc, 47 from 
Sheboygan and 09 frcm Milwaukee. It 
was lirst .settled in l.'>7:!, and now conlnins 
flour, grist, planiug and saw mills, a fur- 
niture factory, large lime worlis and 2 
carriage an<l wagon shops, good schools, ;'. 
churches and 2 hotels. Fire protection 
consists of 1 hand engine, a hook and lad- 
der and 800 feet of hn=e. Tel.,"\V. IT. 
Exp., U. S. Population, 050. Peter 
lleulher, postmaster. 

Allraann Holiert, wasonmaker. 

Acdrews A k Sons vAbraham and Dale), 
gri.cers. 

Tbunard Charles A, veterinary surgeon. 

Barnard, Thompson & Co 'Samuel T Bar- 
nard, Sanuiel and Charles Thompson), 
livery. 

Beck Abraham, saloon. 

Behnke Bros fCharles \V and Albert), flour 
mills. 



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Otil.o Hell. Fi.rni,i.o<l Sti>>l„,.»« J!,^ Prn-^i Tr,,, Cuolpnoo Pnljn-rn f^ree.. liaj, 
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Boetclier ifc Co (Charles Boetclier, Conrad 

Brasch). fiirm imp's. 
Brilliou Furniture Co (capital, S6.000), 

Isaac M JlcComb pres, Charles Tesch 

stc. 
Brufs & ThoniPcn (Charles Bruss, ^Mathias 

Thoniteu), general store. 
Enders 1' C & Sou (Philip C and Joseph 

F), hardware. 
Farmer Alfred A, railroad and exp agent. 
Fro5t H 10, drui'trist. 
II aim Will B', Propr Koithweslern 

House; llntes, sl.i50 per Day. 
Hamlin JIrs A li, mu.9ic teacher. 
Hayn Julius, shoemaker. 
Heinke Wm, carpenter. 
Hirsch G A, cheese mufr, 2 miles s e. 
Holthusen August, apiarist. 
Jesse & Luecker (John Jesse, George 

Lueckcr), farm impts. 
Jodar Hermann F, shoemaker. 
KlenkeAVm, carpenter. 
Krause Charles J, meat market. 
Kruecer Otto, cheese mnfr. 
Lau Ernst, planin;; and saw mill. 
Lintner Wm, cheese mnfr, 2 miles w. 
Luecker J ik, Hro (.Jacob and GeorL'e),fara. 
ilcAUiater, Janlz & Co (Hllcry S McAl- 
lister, Edward Jautz, Charles F Davis), 

livery. 
McComh Isaac N, physician. 
McMullon Wm V, justire. 
Meyer Henry G, blacksmith. 
Meyer Philip, cheese nuifr. 
Miller Charles A, havnessnuiker. 
Moeller Ailolph, jdiysician, 
Muinm Win. snloun. 
Xovllnvo»(crii IB<nist', Wm F Halm 

}'ropr; Special Alteiilion Paid to the 

Traveling Public; Hates, .'Jl.-'iU per Day. 
Ormshy l,iriie Co. 
Petty Wm, justice. 
Rank Fraidc, saloon. 
Ueuthcr Peter, postmasler. 



Riedel Frederick, cheese mnfr, 2 miles e, 

I!\ippcnthal Henry, saloon. 

Kusch Albert, blacksmith. 

Sachse Edward, boots and shoes. 

Schlei C i-t Bro (Chalks and ^Vm), hard- 
ware. 

Schneider George, hotel. 

Schwaller Anton F, barber. 

Tesch Charles, general store. 

'S'li«>itiitsoii Tyler, 3Infr Carriages, 
^VagOllS, Sleighs, Etc. (See adv, bcluic.) 

Toll John, masou. 

Trier John J, cigar mnfr. 

Werner Peter, general store and grain. 

Wiogiiiul <>tt<>. Dealer in Choice 
AVines, Liquors and Cigars. 

Zuike Kudolph H, saloon. 



BRISTOL. A station on the C. & N. 
W. l!y, in Kenosha county, 12J miles west 
of Kenosha, the county seat and nearest 
banking point. Poimlatlon, 12.j. Tel., 
W. U. Exp., Am. F. K. Lavey, post- 
master. 

Di.xon Joseph, carpenter. 

Eddy F O, railroad, e.xp and tel agent. 

Hunt Wm, general store. 

Ljivey rrank SE, General Store. 

Murdock Bros, blacksmiths. 

Nixon George K, miller. 

Perrigo Wra, carpenter. 

Hichards V R. flour and feed. 

Rowbotton J A, shoemaker. 

SliollilT Bros, blacksmiths. 

Shotlill E, hotel and liver}'. 

Sleviiis F E, physician. 

Tliay( r Refrigerator Co, butter mnfrs. 

Tunier W R. general slure. 

Whitcher C H, meat market. 

Worth A M, painter. 

BRISTOW. Li Vernon county, 10 
miles soutliwe't of Viro(|UH, the seat of 



MANUFACTURER OF 

Fine Carriages 

Y/AGONS, SLEIGHS, ETC. 

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justice and bankicg and shipping point- 
Popnialion, 30. Albert T Fortun, post- 
master, 

Fortiiii Albert T, General Store. 
Riniselt Bros, Hour nnll. 
Thompson Uros ifc Co, creamery. 



BRITISH HOLLOW. A post vil- 
lage in Grant county, 10 miles south of 
Lancaster, the county seat and bank lo- 
cation, and 2 miles north of Potosi, the 
nearest railroad station. Mining is exten- 
sively carried on. Stages daily to Lan- 
■casler and Putosi. Population, 120. JIail, 
daily. 

Blindert Peter .J, general store 
Oerriug P, saloon. 
Harris^Mrs E. niiilinery. 
Melcher Win, saloon. 
Peddler E, blacksmith. 
SliiCfman .1 \V, shoemaker. 
■Stephens .lohn B, hotel. 
Vogelsberg Thomas, wagonmaker. 

BRITTON'S CORNERS. St. Croi.x 
county. A-e I'lcasant Valle;/. 



BRODHEAD. Dating it settlement 
from IKoG, and incorporated in 1^70, is a 
prosperous village located on the C, .M. & 
St. P. Ky. and on Sugar river, in Green 
county, IG miles east of Monroe, the judi- 
cial seat, 30 south of Madison, and '.'0 
south-west of Milwaukee. It contains B'lp- 
tist. Catholic, Congregational. Methodist, 
Evangelical, Episcopal and Presbyteri'iu 
churches, good schools, a bank. 2 opera 
houses. 3 lirst-class hotels, largo plow and 
agricultural implement works, carriage, 
omnibus and hearse factories, a flour mill. 
a creamery, machine shop and the usual 
number of stores, etc., for a place of its 
size. The press is represented by 2 week- 
ly newspapers, the fn''' i» niJfiit and the 
Register. Good farming lands surround 
the village and can be purchased from .■J.'iO 
to :?75 per acre. Sugar river furnii-hes 
especial interi'St here as being the tirst 
place to fnrni.sli the wonderfid fre.-<h 
water pearls of Wisconsin, and this indus- 
try is successfully prosecuted here. I>arge 
quantities of hogs are raised, and with 
butter, cheese, grain, llour, tobacco and 
the products of the above mention factor- 
ies form the shipments. Brodhead has a 
good fire department and the city is light- 
ed by electricitv and has a public telephone. 
Population, t,30O. Exp., Adams. Tel., 
W. U. lli-nry P. Clarke, postmaster. 



Adams Elijah, painter. 

Amerpohi Chrisli^n, restaurant 

Bank of Brodhead (capital, s4.5,000i, Cor- 
nelius ^; Carpenter pres, C W Carpentc' 
ca.'-li. 

Barr Orson, carriagemaker. 

Bartlett & Sons (Luke C, Eugene and W"m., 
carriage mnfrs. 

Beck Martin, carriage mnfr. 

Bement George, jeweler. 

Bennett Edwin G, physician. 

Billings ifc Adams (George Billings, .Jay 
Adams), carpenters. 

Breyvogel Conrad P, baker. 

Broderick Bros (Michael aud James), fur- 
niture. 

Brodhead Independent, E A Charlton 
propr. 

Brodhead Mercantile Assn (capital, :<10,- 
500), J Emory Doolittle mngr, gen store. 

Broughton Bros (.John A and Kussell Ei, 
druggists aud groc.-rs. 

Rroii^'Iitctii'i; \t'\vO[i<Ta l3oi!«c, 
Broughton Bros Proprs, All New; Seat 
ing Capacity, SCO; First Floor; Reason- 
able Terms to the Profession. 

Broughton Kussell B. physician. 

Brown's Orchestra, Wellington Brown Idr. 

Bucklin Bros (Frank J and Rodney J.i, 
meat market. 

P.urrdiam Mi.-s Cyrene. milliner. 

Burton Richard, barber. 

Bush Jacob, shoemaker. 

Charlton Edwin A, propr Independent. 

Clarke Henry P, drugs and postmaster. 

Clawsou Bowen R. wool buyer. 

Cl.-iUhOii :7!r«i ES <", Propr .'Marshall 
Ilou-e; The Traveling Tratie is Respect- 
fuih- Solicited. 

Cleveland Sylvantis, barber. 

Cooley Walter E, jewelry-. 

Dodge & Stephenson (Edward J Dodge. 
Charles J Slepheuson), grain. 

Dugan Rev Thomas (Pre^byleiian). 

Evans Miss Sarah J, milliner. 

l'''islier Loring S. boots anil shoes. 

Fleek Wm .M, leaf tobacco. 

(lardner Burton G, insurance. 

Glass Charles F, photographer. 

Go-Iiu" A O.fc Co (.C D Gosling, Maaly 
A\ illiainsi. well drillers. 

Graham Elliot E. horse dealer. 

Green Bros (Isaac S and Wm O). billiards. 

Ilahn Ernst, merchant tailor. 

Hamilton .Mr>^ (George W, milliner. 

Hainm Mrs Mary E, dressmaker. 

Hand Mrs IZniily, telegraph agent. 

Ilaitman Xorvel W, harnessmaker. 

Ilelierud Knud, saloon. 

Iligley Archer S, veterinary surgeon. 



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iliU & GraLauuWm W Hill, Jesse Gia- 

ham), lutnher. 
Hulcoiub liandolpli J, founder. 
Home .lames 11, jeweler. 
H}de W B F, auctioneer. 
Kelly Hev Christopher (.Catholic). 
Keppler Wm, shoemaker. 
Kirkpatrirk fl D it Co (Hector D and 

.Tames Kirkpatrick), general store. 
Ktudtson Levi, stock breeder, .5 miles s. 
KoUer John A, barber. 
Lake Jacob, cold storage. 
Laube Charles, saloon. 
Laube & Durner (Sebastian Laube, Anton 

Durner), carriage ninfrs. 
Laube & Hahn (Joseph M Laube, Ernest 

Hahn), hardware. 
Leng Oscar C, grocer. 
Loomis Samuel 1!, painter. 
L lUcks Elick J, bill poster. 
Lucas Charles W. photographer. 
Lyons Edward M, dniggi.Mi. 
-McGovern F E, prin of sciioola. 
McNair Cbarlea, tobacco buyer. 
>Lack Mi^^ Kellie. mu.sic teacher. 
Mack A.- Holf (W'escott Jlack, Jiyron L 

liolf), carpenters. 
Mecomber Isaac, shoemaker. 
-Manager Opera Housi', Charles aud Se 

biislian Laube jiropr.i. 
Jtlnrsliiili ti<>n<^c, Mrs R C Claw.con 

I'ropr ; i'^irst-Clas^ Acconimndatioiis to 

the Commercial Trade ; Simple Kooms 

on Ground Floor. 
Maschler Jlichael, clotliimr. 
Moore Peter T, meat nnikct. 
iloore it Moore (Frank I aud Harvey C), 

general store. 
Moran George F, saloon. 
Jlurdock lloss C, hardware. 
Nicholson Mrs Alice, dressmaker. 
Niles Frederick lO, .stationer. 
Nuzuni ifc Richards (Thomas W Nuzum, 

John B Ricliards), pbvsieiaus. 
Ohenshuin John T, grocVr. 
O'Cavana it EmminL'er( Thomas O'Cavaua, 

Xelson Emmins'er), livery. 
Owen Edward ]?,'"'deutist. 
I'almer Newton, cattle breeder. 
Fttulsoii .Miss .Margaret, dressmaker. 
Pierce Mrs Arthur, music teacher 
Pierce Frauk F, foundry. 
Pierce George M. plow mufr. 
Putnam Henry C, lumber. 
Randall Archibald N, lawyer. 
Uindall A Charles harnessmaker. 
Kctd Russell U, hotel, 
liegan Miss p>nse. dressmaker. 
Hegi.^ter Publishing Co, Lucius E Towne 

pres, C W Carpenter sec. 



Pioaulree & Holcomb (Wm Roautree, Wm 

F Holcomb), llour mills. 
Roderick Wm ^y, general store. 
Root Mrs (;harles U, dressmaker. 
Root ^Miss Edith I. milliner. 
Ross Edwin A, meal market. 
Sargent Elbridce G, produce. 
Schenipp Mrs Mary, milliner. 
Searles josiah B, farm impis 
Sheldon lluv Wm (.Vdventist). 
Siii!tiion>^ C3ijirlt'» I^, Ice Cream Mnfr. 
Skinner ^Vm R, railroad aud exp agt. 
Spaulding George T, farm imiils. 
Spencer it Swan (James W Spencer, Ta} lor 

Swan), billiard hall. 
Sprague Edwin R, Insurance. 
Stair Henry, general store. 
Stair ,Iebu, restaurant. 
Ten Eyck Ally, livestock breeder, 3 m w. 
Terry Bros (Lewis W and E), gen store. 
Thompson Joseph, justice. 
Tilley & Mitcheltree iCliristopUer Tilley, 

Scott Mitcheltree), cigar mnfrs. 
Towne Lucius E, physician. 
Twining Milo S, justice. 
Usher it Co (Eilward P Hasslugcr), grocers. 
Utke Charles, harnessmaker. 
Warn Bros (Fred and Frank), livery. 
AVurn Wm, cliief of police. 
West Samuel, horse breeder, 
Wi'^consia Woman's Relief Corps, Mrs 

Eleanor W Stone sec. 
Wood Alfred, town clerk. 
I'ouiiS SEoiisc, J A Young Propr. 
Yoiiii^ Joiiii .\, Pro)ir Young House. 

^ BROOKFIl'lLD. On the C . M. it 

St. P. Ry, ill W.iukesha counlv, miles 
northwest of AVaukeslia, tlie county seat 
and nearest b'lnking r>oint. Population, 
I'OO. Tel., \V. U.' Exp.. Am. G. W. 
Brown, fioslma^ler. 

Allen Wm, railroad, exp and tel agt. 
lirowii G W, Gen Store and Lawyer. 
Ifios t.'arl, live .stock. 
Scholl Win, meat market. 
Thatcher John, mason. 
Wadsworth H, carpenter 



BUOOKLYN. A village on the C. it 
!N. W. Ry, in Green county, 30 miles 
northeast of Monroe, the county seat, and 
(Ji northwest of Evansvill,-, the nearest 
banking point. Population, -IdO. Tel., 
W. I'. Exp., Am. A. L. Axtell, post- 
master. 

.\ndrew Bros, produce. 

Andrew I! (), hardware. 

Axtell nr§ n .•«, General Store. 



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Bell J S, livery and farm impts. 
Brooklyn Cornet Band. 
Conradson T B, blacksmith. 
Crahen vfc Tripp, live stock. 
Dick John, slioemaker. 
Duplex "WindniiU Co, windmill mnfrs. 
Ellis A G, druffsist, 

Ellis J R & Sou, G I Tripp mngr, cream- 
ery. 
EvansvilleJIercantile Assn, general store. 
Graves E H. railroad, exp and tel agent. 
Hankinsnn H, builder. 
Haydeu ^Vm, hotel. 
Hudson A L, carriagemaker. 
Lcnch H C, hotel. 
Leonard J A, blacksmith. 
Lovejoy & Iticliards. lumber. 
JlcCoomb Samuel, hotel and livery. 
Main II P, barber. 
Monroe W B, physician. 
Roberts Owen, meal market. 
Turner Rev C W (Metho.'ist). 
Turton C K, liarne=sm?.ker. 
AVeisiiTiV I>iir!ier, Blacksmiths. 
\Vhite J S, tobacco nud justice. 
Wilder L J, general store. 



BROOKSIDE. .\ village on the Pen- 
sauUee river, in <_)couto countj', 10 miles 
southwest of Ocouto, the county seat, and 
4 east of Abrams. the nearest railroad sta- 
tion. Oconto is the nearest banking point. 
Stages semi weekly to Peu.<iaukee. Popii 
lation, 150. Mail, semi-weekly. 0. L. 
"Warner, postmaster. 

Bitters ;\I, blacksmith. 

Churchill .1 T II, ju.':lice. 

Delano \V W, hind agent. 

Minnick E B, justice. 

Pari Ion Henry, Hotel and Builder. 

Shen Ijoran, barber. 

Trautmau liev J (Lutheran). 

Trijiii David, meat market. 

Tuttlc S, carpenter. 

"^IVsjriier V !>, General Store and Grain. 

■NVellington M C, !-hocmaker. 

BROOKVILTjE. a village on ]:.ui 
Galle river, in St. Croix county, 30 luile.s 
soutlieast of Iliidsnn, the county seat, and 
4i south of Woodville, the nearest railroad 
station. Baldwin is the nearest banking 
point. Population. l.jO. ]Mail, daily. 
O. H. Kimball, postmaster. 

Daniels .John, saw and feed mill. 
Jenson Ole, saw mill. 
Jcnson t^' Strand, ireueral store. 
Kimball O II, Notary. 



Thomp«ou Wm saw and feed mill. 
Wood Ann, hotel. 



BROTHERTOWN. A post village 
on Fox river, in Calumet county, 10 mile; 
southwest of Chilton, the county seat ar.c 
banking point, and 7j from ^Malone, the 
nearest shipping point. Stages daily tc 
Malone. Population, 100. ilail. daily. 
J. li. Ilaight, postmaster. 

Amel James, saloon. 

Dick E M, saloon. 

Eliii^-lit J B!, General Store. 

Moyer Andrew, blacksmith. 

Phillips Bros, cheese mnfrs. 

Phillips George it Son, general store. 

BROWN DEER. On the M. & N 

R. R. and on the ."(lihvaukce river, in Mil 
waukce county, 7 miles north of l^Iihvau 
kee, the seat of justice and nearest bank 
ing point. Contains Catholic and Luth 
eraii churches and a district schonl. Pup 
ulation, oO, Mail, daily. F, Q. .Milbrath 
postmaster. 

niibralh rcr4li!iun<l G, Hotel and 

Telephone Manairer 
Radke Otto II, blacksmith. 
Stein Henry, saloon. 
Voland Robert, wagoamaker. 



BROWNSVILLE. On the C'M. i 
St. P. Ky, in Dodge county, 20 mile= 
northeast of Juneau, the county seat, ami 
13 south of Fond du Lac, I he nearest bank- 
ing point. Tol., \V. U. Exp., Am. 
Populr-tion, 100. G. J. Wolfe, postmaster. 

Bauer Frank 11. shoemaker. 

Brown Alfred L. general store. 

Burge Thomas, grain. 

Christ N C, sewing machine agent. 

Klkiiigton !M P, lailroad.cxp and tel agent. 

I'Jkinitiin Mrs M P, dressmaker. 

B'liMli Jlottti, Meats. 

(Kcrgen Peter, saloon. 

Nezen^er Peter, hotel. 

Kaa.-cli A, wagotunaker. 

KnaM-h V, harness and barber. 

Radei- LV'V L (Lutheran). 

Richard II, blacksmith, 

Sanip.son Amos, justice. 

,^chull7, .\ugiist, blacksmith. 

\V«»ir<' <ii'orso ,!, Farm Implements. 

Wollc «.V Si'linurc, General Store. 

BROWNTOWN. On the C.,M.& St. 
Ry, in Green county, 8 miles west of Mon- 
roe, the county seat and bankins poin:. 



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K\p., Adams. Tel., W. U. Population, 

oOO. B. C. Curtis, postmaster. 

liiDger Sol, wugonmaker. 

IJioom J S, luniljer. 

Dale & Kelly, Genersil Store. 

J)osson it Tomlinsnn, s^rocers. 

Fr3-slie Bros, general store. 

Griffith B. Wfliion maker. 

Hardy & Allen, Grocers. 

Ktlly Charles A, druggist. 

Kclli'ifc Diven, cenen.l store. 

Kelly ifc Tyler, saw mill. 

Kidd George, prist mill. 

Lathrop £1, railroad, exp and tel agt. 

Michaels George, justice. 

lihodes JI P, saw mill. 

Tr.ylor K, b:irl)er. 

Trickle 8^<Jivar<l, Hotel. 

Trickle K \V, rtstauraut. 

Tyler D D, justice. 

^Vicks Benjamin, saloon. • 

BRUCE. A post settlement on the 
Chippewa river, and on the il., St. P. & 
.?. Ste. JI. H_v, in Cliipjiev.-a county, 4s 
iiiilca north of Chippewa Falls, t)ic loca- 
tion of the nearest bank. Population, 150. 
E\-p., Am. Tel., W. U. S. J. Johnson, 
pijstraastor. 

Blackburn Du-nl W, hotel, 
li'irhydt 1) P, saloon. 
Holmes John, blacksmitli. 
■Ioliii«o3i Samuel .3, Hotel, 
"rcutt O xM, railroad and exp agt. 
Page Hay, justice, 
lieeves Win, saloon. 
S:iwyer Thomas, saloon. 
'^laiiley 3 i;, General Store. 
^'.ewHrt Jolin, saloon. 
TymonJohn, farmer. 

BRULE. On the N. P. R. R., in 

nouglas county, 2lU miles southeast of 
^uperior, tlie judicial seat, and o7 from 
-\sldand. Population, 00. Exp,, N. P. 
-Mrs. Mary Jliller, postmaster. 
Agnew Patrick, loi,'ger. 
''"■II Upton, hotel. ^ 
Bishop George, blacksmith. 
Coui;h]iu Robert, hotel. 
Crockitl >fathan, grocer. 
IJodL-e Orrin I. saw mill. 
Junn Janus P, con.-.table. 
"uliou Horatio, land agent. 
"uter.o.^-Jirown, lng5. 
llvi,..s Puirick. lo'.'"cr. 
;"IU-r .Viulrew, Saw Mill. 
.'■■M'hy Matthew, logger. 
''■'!»jtts Prsink, saloon. 



BRUSIIVILLE. On Spring creek, 
in Waushara county, i!2 miles northeast of 
"Wautoip.a, the county seat, and 16 north of 
Berlin, the nearest railroad station and 
hanking point. Stages daily to Tustin, 
West Blocmfield and Pine Riyer. Popu- 
lation, 300. ilail, daily. Wm. Godson, 
postmastsr. 

Colaiich I A. creamery. 
Oo<I«(>ii \Vi», Insurance. 
Peterson Aliiert, meals and live stock. 
Walter C J, cheese mnfr. 
Wendt John, meats and live stock. 
Wendl Richard, blacksmith. 



BRUSSELS. In Door county, l.> miles 
southwest of Sturgeon Bay, tl'ie county 
seat and nearest Ijauking point, and 30 
from Green Bay, the nearest railroad sta- 
tion. Popidation, 75. JIail, daily. 

De Camp Mrs P, gen store and cheese fac- 
tory. 

Eversird &; Cro, General Store. 

Pierre Frank, hotel. 

Pierre, Virlic & Co, general store, flour 
and saw mill. 

BRYANT. A poitoffice ou the M., L. 
S. & W. I{y, in Langlade county, 10 miles 
northeast of Aulii.'o, tlie seat of "justice and 
bank location. Population, 150. Mail, 
daily. J. H. Glllcn, postmaster. 

Clegg E A, railroad, exp and tel agt. 
Oiilei) J SS, General Store and Saloon. 
Hutchinson S .V, hotel. 
Summer Mi^s J, music teacher. 
Wolrath C, justice. 



BUCKBEE. A station on the M., L. 
S. it W. Ry, and on the soulh branch of 
Pigeon river in Waupaca county, 3'3 miles 
northeast of Waupaca, the seat if justice, 
and i from Clintonville, the location of the 
nearest bank. Population, ;;0o. Mail, 
daily. R. Jackson, postmaster. 

Appleton Furnace Co, charcr>al burners. 
Bennett G P, broom handle mnfr. 
Gulleii Fred, saloon. 
.Jaelisoii t{, B. aiding House. 
Jonc>* O 't\ A: Co, General Store. 
McNeil Juiue.-. ju?tice. 
PronkoOtto, blacksmith. 



BUCK CREEK. A postcffice on Pine 
river, in Richland county, T miles north of 
Richland Ciiiire, the county scat, nearest 
railniad .'-fation and bankinc point. Stacks 
daily to Ricliland Centre and i;ockbrid.re. 



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Pupuhitioc, SO. Mail, daily. .Mrs. E. 
Stevenson, postmaster. 

§fcvcii§oii Mrs Eiizabclli, General 

Store. 
Stevenson F JI, paw mill. 
Thompson John, carpenter. 



BUENA VISTA, A postofflce in 
PoitnLie county, 11 miles soulhep.st of Ste- 
vens' Point, tlie founty fc.it and banking 
point, and 7 southeast of I'lover, the near 
est railroad station. Population, To. 3Iail, 
daily. 

Clarl4 S, General Store. 
Huntley F, general sfrire. 
Kramer . I II, blacksmith. 



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BUFFALO. An incorporated cily on 
the Missi.^sippi river, in I'ulTalo county, 8 
miles southeast of Alma, the seal of jus- 
lice and nearest bankina: point, and H v.^est 
of Cochrane, the nearc'^t railroad station. 
Population, 275 ilail, daily. N. "Wei- 
nandy, postma.ster. 

I'andli Michael, carpet weaver. 

P.randl .lulius, shoemaker. 

Ilr-ub^ch iVnton, shoemaker. 

I!<K'1'<'I .^oliii, Liverv. 

Hoeft I), wau'iiuinalier. 

Iluber liuhert. hotel and saloon. 

Meunch .M.-ittliew. livery. 
, ?i3ucll<'r ^^iisKtii, IMacksmith. 

Keady Fred, poultry. 
' Schneider .loseph N, painter. 

Tolachek Uev (Lutlieran). 



BUNCOMBE. On the C. & N. W. 

Ky, in I,a Fayette county, I2."j miles scnith- 
west of I)arIin;;tou, the county seat, and 
10 nortli of Galena. Ill , tlic nearest bank- 
ing point. JIail, daily. Population, 1G5. 
K.vp., Am. J A. Gillette, postmaster. 
t'arler ItJiiry .>, General Store. 
Uobbius James M, General store. 



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BUNGERT. In OulacHiuie county, 
IS! niilits uorlhwtst 01 Aiiphlon. lire coun- 
ty Heat and nearest b.HnkuiL' p. .int. and.") 
from Becker, its nearest aln|)pinir point. 
Population, 20. Mall, serai-weekTy. 

BUNYAK. In Polk county, 32 miles 
norlheasl of (»>reola .MiU.s.the countvseat, 
and '20 rr(uii St. Croi.x Falls, the 'usual 
bankini; and shipping jioint. Population, 
12. .Mail, weekly. George Crane, post- 
master and geucral store. 



BURKE. On the C, M. & St. P. P,y. 
in Dane county, G miles from Madison, tlie 
judicial seal and nearest banking point. 
Tel.. W. U. Exp., Am. Population, itj. 
J. "W. Berwick, postmaster. 

Berwick J AV, General Store, Grain, 

Railroad and Exp Ac;eut. 
Berwick Leonard, tel aut. 
Gilman Ilenr}', general store. 
Iverspu & Heirndal, creamery. 



BUEKHARDT. A postoffice on the 
C, St. P., M. & O l{y, in St Croi.\ coun- 
ty, 6+ miles northeast of Hudson, the seat 
of justice and banking point. Population, 
75. Tel., W. U. C. Uurkhardl, post- 
master. 

Anderson James, blacksmith. 

P>fer Pros, general store. 

niirkii:ir< ( CIiri<.ii:iii, Flo\ir ilills. 

llartmann John, hotel and saloon. 

Sowle G F, railroad and tel agent. 



BURLINGTON. A flourishing vil- 
)age on the H. ifc S \V. div. C, .M. '& St. 
P. Ry, and on the "Wisconsin C.'entral Line, 
in Racine county, at the conlluence of the 
Fox and ^Vhite rivers, 27 miles southwest 
of Racine, the county seat, 42 southwest 
of Milwaukee, and 72 ti.irthwesl of Chics- 
go. Splendid water power is obtained, 
but is little utilizcal. The industries com- 
prise a large il.iur mill, brick and tile 
works, a planing mill, a sorghum mill, 
farm im|)lemenl and machine sluipa. a 
brewery and a cheese factory, and the 
products of the above with grain and live 
stock constitute the shipments. ISaplist, 
Cimgrcgalional, (Jerman Methodist Episco- 
pal, Catholic, lOiiiscopal and 2 Lutheran 
chuiches, Lutheran and German Catholic 
schools ami a public school with si.x 
teachers are sustained. The Catholics are 
prepaiing to build a church which to- 
gctlier with the par^onatre. will cost in the 
neighborhood of .■s02,0O0. Two weekly 
newspapers, the Sl.uulnrd Democrat and 
the Fi-fc Press, are published, a bank is 
located here, and 3 holi:l3 cater to the 
wants of the traveling public. It has a 
bonded debt of iJil.OOO, which was 
voied in order to put in a water plant, 
and water is now secured from an arte- 
sian well whose analysis proves stronger 
than the famous Waukesha Water. As- 
sessed valuation of real and personal prop- 
erty, .si, 500, COO. Staije dailv to Wat.r- 
ford. Population, 2,200 tel., W. U- 






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MILV/AUKEE CEMENT CO. 

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3U never }iavo to l)uy a -ood PIANO or ORGAN l>ul . 
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be saved l)> x\rilin;; -> ' 1' " >' » I'lyinoutl. lll.i,l 

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AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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Exp., Am. !iB<l N. P. Tt-luphone ex- 

cbange. Francis Reuschleiu, postmaster. 

Aljbens Barney, carpet weaver. 

Alku Mrs Frank, dressmaUcr. 

Banks John F, marsliiil. 

Beller Adam, shoemaker. 

Beller Frank, propr Western Union Hotel. 

Bullow Ctiarles, carpenter. 

Bower John H, pli\'sician. 

Brehm Barney, express. 

Brehm Jacob, junk dealer. 

Briody Patrick. I'orse dealer. 

Buell Frederick J, hardware. 

Burlington Brick and Tile Co, Edwin 
Brook pres. Wra Meadows sec. 

Burlington Kdison Electric Liulit Co, Hu- 
bert Wagner prcs, John li W.igtier sec. 

Burlington Free Press, Wm A Colby 
propr. 



I SJiirlii9i^toii E&iiitlx-r ^tuiiip Co, 

Wurms Bro^ Prnprs. [Scr itdr, hiloip.) 
I Buschman & "Wilbur (JSenj-imin J Busch- 
I man, Frederick C Wilbur), grain. 
! Butter Rev Xalhan ^Balltis^). 
! Campbell & Smith (Oeorge R Campbell, 

Charles F Smith), general store. 
j Cciilr:el EJoiiso.'Xieholas Gill Prnpr; 

Livery in Connection. {See (uh; below.) 
Christien Joseph .M, shoemaker. 
I Colby Wm A, propr Free Press. 
I Crandall Caspar L, physician. 
! Cunningham .Miss .Mary, dressmaker. 
, Damrow Piev F \\' (Lutherani, 
' Denniston Relnardy ifc Co (George C Dcn- 
; niston, Sim JI -Reinardy, Nicholas 
I Wtiler), drugs. 

] De .''tellun Miss Alice, music teacher. 
i Dichlofen P.eruard, wooden shoes. 



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PIIC GSLL, Proprietor. 

Livery in Connection with House 



BlIKLEX«TOX, 


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F. G. KLKIN. F, X. KLi:i\. 

F. G. KLEIN & CO., 


BURLINGTON RUBBER STALiP CO. 

\VIJK?IS IIICU.S., l'roi>r». 


maniifactdhehs ,if 


MASUFACTClLtR., OF 


Vichy Spring Ciiiger Ale, 


Rubber and Metal Stamps 


Birch Beer. Cream Soitn, Sndaaii.l Miner.il WatiTs, 

Flavoriut; Extracts, Kniit Svnivs 

and Bottlers .jf 

Burlington Artesian Well Walor. 

BURLINGTON, - - WIS. 


Printing U liepls. St,neils, ami Solid KuL.ljerTypc. 
.\^euts' Novelties, KU-. 

.4g8nt8 Wanted. Send for CataloRue. 

BURLINGTON RUBBER STAMP CO., 

I'lne St., BURLINGTON, WIS. 



REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND NOTARY PUBLIC 

Livery. 'Bus Linn and Hnrir.linir Slal,l„. .\ lull lin,_> of rigs aUvavs ou liaad for th.< 
use of TraTchiiK Mon. C'orn'Spondeuce Solioit,-d. 



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Dick Cfiarle* II. JrTipr^Djii -£^.ii 
Dick li^ouse. -iir:=i ^ -.i;^ "-:" 

Bites'^ r^sTl-ij.' 
DicieriLii: John ^ colt's. 

Fiuse Wi- J .r Co . •■. zi J x :->;. .7:lr H 

CksTlLCST Hill cs=L. 

Follz CnLrler G, crj r:: i=. 

Gsanej Divid. h:ris -^--^er. 

GehebChrlstiiii, 3;:=^; i^irieL 

Gii: Jicc:., liTerr. 

GiUJobiiP. iL:::i_^ _ 

Gill XiclioIa«. i-ziz: Ce-iril r^iuss. 
(&« ait. p J.--5 I 

Glesj^rs Br.i:?. c-s-'ilLlis:. 

GoDC-ini: Liirlss A. rsilrc-id i^f exr Lg:. 

Grshsm Ciir'.es S. ci:r?e^'.eT. 

Gry>-m .= Ki£= Ci-ir:e= S Grtli-. An- 
drew Ei— 5 . cirr-si-'-iri. 

Green 5 P. £-;^r:=:- 

Grof J T >='C3 JiiiTl T iLC Jcserh T 
Grof ;r. erg p::ik-e--=. 

H&as Joiii., f-uii'.-re. 

Hais Rcdclf h J, la-z-ir.-. _ 

Hsitz Joca <z Go -Jilr Esilr. ±.cre'r 

HaU & Ajcr .Cla^irceT Ei". £=:i:; :: il 

L ATgr^''. mil: hci^ii-s. 
Halch'& TVLiie AIi-Lcns: Z Eitch. Leila 

B "Whitt', rLctc ~=risr£. 
BeldReTAr:- ~ 
Heifrici Adclrl.. fr-s-eler. 
H€ssL:re:LZ ^ai-.^ce. 
Hicks Leri IS; rlijilcls^. 
Hoth JcstrL. ir.iS'ia. 
Holmes E-£i.eJ:cl. clcir Tn'.'r. 
Hem Wit, c:': pc-r. 
Huse Alr«l, clrsi crfr. 

Jacob Kev Tie . 1 : 7= , C j:;'_ ;l:r . 
Joiie» Char!c> A. Llrrrx. 'ST;?^L:r:-. 
ItiSiirirce. IN' ".^-t Fullfc. Eei.1 x.:-_i:e. 

(A* 0-2T. p -■.-'.) 

Karcher Jc-h:: H. si'xlrz macilres. 
Kayser A=.:.- tt C. ii". r_ _ 

I».carnej- A; Dyer i^r-i? TI i^e=r- 

rey. .lofeya R JJyer . L'.^Ters. 
Kettlehut lir Pcrkini .A'.ber: C Eetllilhn:, 

Gerrce Perkini . intiits. 
Ke:r*T ( ;.firl>= F. r=r^^-.::;l:h. 
Klciii F t; iV; Co Fr=r.ii G i-d Fr-.::- 

C!i X K:-,:zK Sis. "iViter iliiri i<^ 

ndr. ■:■ IcS. : 
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M-i jI::!." gric^! 

Peirie '^"'C:' ' ^lirlTi^ P£--l; 

"V^eTCird'. r-T-^T-^'-" --. 

Perdb'j-e ReT L A C;- — erir; 
Pieler= Jce-er'ii, ■wir"-7£Lk=' 
Piste Henry*. sidccB. 

H&Kdi G C i Sro " G-iMV^ C 

Rikdi ■^rm. lire st-ck. 
Rein TTn: E. ll^rdii^d-d: 
Renschlem Arr^z,-:. gricer. 

P.e-B-add Henrv. csj-penter. 

F^rl Tie,-.d'^.'''^=IPIl K:rs. 

F^f.er Fr£=k. rnaici 

R:iir LotiIs E. liVyer. 
Rose Joiiz: G. t-iker. 






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Chicago & ^mi Jm h 



Palace and Dining- Caj 

OH ALL THROUGH TRAINS. 



New York Life insursnce Co.,Lt'r'l' 



, $110,000,000. / N"ortli«ostern Kranclt 
Ifl.niJD.OilO. r<>«loi-. 41G nillwniik.'e 
St.. .1111. \V AUK i;ji, V.'JS. Vi. S. CA;(I)EI;, state Agent. ITALKEU ULCKNEU, Gen'l llanaier. 



BUR 



AND BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 



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tmilli &■ CunuiuL'liam (Leonard Smith, 
JIatlhew Cunningham), dry !:;ood3. 

Smithers it Janj' (Louis Smitliers, Betjja- 
min Jany), coal. 

Standard Democrat, Henry E Zimmermann 
editor. 

StangKros (Valentine and Laurence), shoes. 

Slang Laurence, bill poster. 

Stetter Louis, cabinetmaker. 

Stoel Wra N, mason. 

Swan Chester J, cleutist. 

Tomlinson Miss .iVlice, music teacher. 

Yalelh John, mason. 

Voorhees EUas S, lire marshal. 

Voorliccs &. Jlit'iior (Eliaa S Voor- 
hees, Cl'.arlcs ^V Diencr). Contractors 
and Builders and Snr.rhiira Mill. 

AV.ackerman Josejili, furm imfils. 

Wagner Bros (Hubert, John 15 and Wm), 
m.ichlnists, 

Wagner Chailcs B, hardware. 

"Wehmlioll PJugene, jeweler. 

WcbmhclT Mrs Eiiseiie, millhier. 

Western Union Hotel. Frank BcUer propr. 

Wejgand Bicbard, painter. 

White Ellas N, wool. 

Wilbur l.,iiiiiUorro, Royal P Hough- 
ton I'res, .loscpli Ktrwer Vice Pres, 
George H Wilbur Sec and Treas. {See 
adp, in Wa'iha/ia.) 

Willboft Frederick H, furniture. 

Wilson John O, auctioneer. 

Wilson Mrs John G, milliiifr. 

Wisbauer liev .Michael (Catholic). 

■Wiirms EJrox (Frank J and Wm), 
Proprs Burlington Rubber Stamp Co. 
{fee aih', p 105.) 

Wurms Frank J, merchant tailor. 

Zeincke Gustav, mason. 

^Immer Jacob L, chimney .sweep. 

Zimmermauu Henry E, editor Standard 
Democrat. 

Zwiebel A A; Sons (Anton, Joseph A and 
Frank), machinists. 



BURNETT. In Dodse countv, 6 
miles nortbuist of Juucau, the c()unty 
seat, 21 southwest of Burnett Station, the 
nearest railroad point, and 7 northeast of 
Beaver Dam, the nearest banking point. 
Slail, daily. 

BURNETT STATIO.N. A villfl--e 
on llie C, M. .t St. P. By, at the iuncfion 
of 'lie C. &N. W. By, in Dodge county 
« iiules north of Juneau, the county .<:eat 
and y south of Wmipun, the nearest bank' 
'Dg point. Population, 2.50. Tel., W. U 
'^^P , Am. F. 
niaster. 



A. Sutherland, post 



Allen Fred, painter. 

Borden Z O, liay. 

Bundy John, builder. 

Cole J B, railroad, e.\p and tel agt. 

Cole \V S, Hotel. 

Keyes L & D. feather renovators. 

Lawrence F E & Co, lumber and grain. 

ilayhew G B. hotel. 

Mayhew W W, carpenter. 

Merrill G W, general store. 

Peachy James H, grain and impts. 

Bedilerson "Wni, shoemaker. 

Boll U II. general store. 

Sandow E A, waconmaker. 

^islliorlaiKl I're<l A, Saddler. 

Sutherland W H, c:!rpenter. 

Winkie Wm, blacksmith. 



BURNS. A postofTlco on Burns creek, 
in La Crosse county, 20 miles northeast of 
La Crosse, the county scat, 4i north of 
Bangor, the nearest railroad station and 
banking point. Population, To. Edward 
Tritton, postmaster. 
Bowen L R, flour mill. 
Burns' Cheese Factory. 
Kcafe Bros, feed n\ill." 
TrilKui E<Hviird, General Store. 
Vaughau D, flour mill. 

BURR. A postollici) in Vernon couaty, 
3.5 miles northeast of Viro(ma, the county 
seat, 15 southwest of EIroy the nearest 
railroad station, and 8 from Hillsboro. the 
nearest banking point. Stages serai-weekly 
to Elroy and Viroqua. Population, 50. 
Mail, semi-wcfckly. John Lynch, post- 
master. 

Bunker Rev M (Methodist). 
Clin- <; ftS, Attorney. 
Lnthrop .lobu, saw mill. 
Moore Chester, justice. 
Tripp D N, saw mill. 
Whitney Rev A (United Brethren). 

BURR OAK. In La Crosse county, M 
miles northeast of La Crosse, the county 
seat, and 18 north of West Salem, the 
nearest railroad station and banking point. 
Stages daily to AVest Salem and .Melrose. 
Population, li)0. Mail, daily. C. Xew- 
land, postmaster. 

Dahl .lolin II, general store. 
Farwell M M, feed mill. 
Coodenou'.'li Tlicodi.Te, well driller. 
ESiivciis ii W, Physician. 
Krahenbill Samuel, feed mill. 
Krenimer George W, Iilacksraith. 
Meyer Rev ,1 j'(Lutlieran'). 



lUIIIOIS CEllTR/iL I i 



Short and Direct 
Route from 



CHICAGO, SOUTH, 



Oudahv 3B'©thers,?Pork and Beef Packers, 

ITiil>AVArjri;i;, Avi^CONMN. \ AND PROVISION DEALERS. 



15UR 



■i C U'S 

Q, c' ivewluiid CliarJcs, Hotel and Justice. 

3 Q Rumlnll V!::'!. masou. 

tt) y lib', m A. carpenter. 

4J (fi Williirtl J U A; Co, General Store. 

O '"^ Younff Jubu A, coustaijle. 

p BURTON. A village on the Grant 

" rivtr, in Grant countj-, 14 miles southwest 
of Lancaster, the county seat and banking 

^TM, point, and 3 from McCartney, the nearest 

«£™ railroad station. Stages tri-weekly to Lau- 

^^ caster and intermediate points. Popula- 

•JSS tion, 50. ilail, tri-weekly. E. B. Keed, 

A™ postmaster. 

^^ Allen C G, -wasonmaker. 

h.£yr. I><)<J;;c r»'irs S>, Dressmaker. 



AVISCONSIN STATE GAZETTEER 



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Joseph, lawyer. 






.»«c=. 'Elwell James, hotel 
"TSi Miuk W V, general store. 

S-= E^.CC'd E B, General !^tore. 

f3 Keed Urias, blacksmith. 

te.Q Ward AV, contractor. 

e3 Yager John, justice. 

L>5«5 BUSSEYVILLE. Jefferson county. 
c.» Name chnngtd to iimiDicr. 

C13 

O^ BUTLEH. A ■piUag'j in Milwaukee 
S§ county, miles northwest of Milwaukee. 
CVJ tbe county seat, and ■! north of KItn Grove, 
2P" on the C , M. vk St. P. Hy, the nearest rail- 
■"^ road station. .Milwaukee is the nearest 
^» banking point. It contains a church and 
••^ school. Population, lOU. Mail, tri-weekly. 
Fecrick H "\V. ueneral store. 
Froemming Charles. Ijlacksmilh. 

BUTTE DES MORTS. A village 
on Fox liver, in Winnebago county, 9 
miles ni;iUhwest of Oshkosh, the county 
seat and bank location, and -1 east of AViu- 
neconne, the nearest railroad station. 
Slaces daily to Wiuneconne and Oshkosh. 
Population, lllV P. C. Peterson, post- 
master. 

Pcclcer .Matt, boat builder. 
P.I ..;k Kdw.rrd. .-uln.ui. 
(ill iiiiin .\<lol|>li.,Ch(ese Mnfr. 
Xeubirrt GMllliied. blacksmith, 
ddell > L, i,'ri,.Tiil slore. 



Odell ^Irs S 1.1. music teacher. 
I'ctcrsoii J* <-', General Store. 
Petford T B. hotel and justice. 

BUTTERNUT. On the Wis. Cen" 
tral Line and on Butternut creek, in Ash- 
land county, 54 miles southeast of Ash- 
land, the judicial seat, and 10 north of 
Filield, the nearest bankinsj point. Exp., 
Paciiic. Tel., W. U. Population, TuO. 
II. Besse, postmaster. 
Adams Wm M. propr Commercial House. 
Baldwin Gerrge E, physician. 
Bcs<<e Ificiiry, Postmaster, Genera! 
Store and Piopr Butternut ilousi. \iie 
adc, p bcljj'i- ) 
Besse Henrv L. saw mill, 1 mile n e. 
BiiUei-iiiit laoiisc, Henry Bessc 

Propr. {S'-cadv, p Ul-itc ) 
Chase Daniel, constable. 
Commercial House, W M Adams propr. 
Cream Cilv House, F Luellwiiz propr. 
Draeger AVm, jeweler. 
I Felsch August, furniture. 
I Gibbs Uichard, railroad, tel andesp ajt. 
j Hefty M, carpenter. 

Heidera Frank, baker. 
I Herrick W C. justice. 
i Hurd Daniel, saloon. 

Katzenmeyer 2ilatlhew, saloon. 
I Jilciiislcibcr CSiiirlC!*, Saloon. 
Kuelil Julius, meat market. 
Liicbkc SJerumn, Jeweler and :Mer- 

chant Tailor. 
Luellwitz Frederick, propr Cream City 

Ho\ise. 
McE>oi!jU«1 >Itlloii J, Drtiggiit 
Martb Albert, meat market. 
Nohl Wni G. town treasurer. 
Kowadnick Fred, blacksmith. 
Kandt Kev F (Lutheran). 
Kaschke Charles, saloon. 
Kaschke Frederick, blacksmith. 
Scliulz August \V, blacksmith. 
Seibert Josejih, carpenter. 
Siremayer Michael, tl )ur and feed. 
Taggert James, barber. 
Vanderhoof Joseph A. general store. 
Wehe A M. ceneral store. 
Viiiikce Tlicod«MC It, Saloon and 
Town Clerk. 



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Oprositi- WisooDsin Central R. R. IVpot. 
THi; ONLY FIRST-CLASS HOTEL IN TOWN. 



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- Hates, $1.50 Tor Day. ,U1!S. U. BKSSK, I'ropr., IJL'TrKIINUT, WIS. 



riiipofrn 9, Pronfl Triin'^ Pii Palace and Dining" Cars 

iniCap 01 mm llllllA lljfl OH ALL THROUGH Tr^AINS. 



n t ■ m-^^nro THE BROPF'^SEU ^I>"F(5 CO.. Manufacturers of HEiT EEFRIGEBATOR'^. 
llBiriRSrCjIUlS. JjtAT liOCKKKS. KLKVATOUS of ull kinds. PtMl'S. BKKWEltV JlAl III.\K1:V. 
ITI.XDING JACKS, IIOISTI.NU 31AClll.\Et!V, Etc. ol':-ol4 CO.MMEIiCL STKEET, SU.V. ACKEE. ^VIS. 



BUT 



AND BUSINESS DIEECIORY. 



CAD 



199 



Ziewert Gii3tav, w.igonm;vl;cr. 
Zot^ch Hermau, general store. 



BYRD'S CEEEK. In Richland 
county, 18 miles fmiii IJicliland Centre, 
the county seat and S from Muscocia. its 
banking anil shipping point. Population, 
s. JIail, daily. D. Dewey, postmaiter. 

Deivcy Riivi<l, General Store. 
Johnson G B, carpenter. 
Welliott C, stone mason. 



Doiviicr I>tivi<l, Tuxlilerinist and 
Justice. 
: Haskins C W, general store. 
I Ha.<=kins I W, hotel and liaiber. 

McDonald Angus, lumber. 

Merrill J S, hotel and livery. 

Thomas M, general store. 



BYRON. Also known ns llarailton 
Station, is a poi-toflice on the Wis. Central 
Line, in Fond du Lac county, 9 inilc? 
south of Fond du I.ac, the county seat and 
nearest banking point. 1:,\\\, Am. Ti-I., 
W. U. Population, 70. W. K. .McCready, 
postmaster. 

Baldwin Miss Maud, music teacher. 
Baldwin AVm, blacksmith. 
Binsky August, mason. 
Bradford Gilsou, carpenter. 
Brown O P, cheese mufr. 
Buerger John, grain. 
Bush Thomas, mason. 
Fisher S M, railrond, exp and tolfigt. 
McCrcjuly \V D, Genernl .Store. 
Hoherson Kt-v F ( Melhodi.st). 
Taylor Thomas, well l.ioier. 
'Wilson H W, physician. 
Zoch Frank, carpenter. 

CABLE. A postoflloe in Ravtield 
county, on the C, St. P., ^L <'z O. liy, CO 
miles Eoulhwest of 15a) field, the sc-at of 
justice, and IS northeast of ilavward, the 
location of the nearest bank. F.xp., Am. 
Ttl.,W U. Population, 'Jo. D. Dowucr, 
postmaster. 

Cook A B, railroad, exp and tel iigt. 



CADIZ. On Honey creek, in Green 
county, 10 miles soutliwe-t of Monroe, the 
county seat and banking point, and 4i- 
southeast of Browntowu, the nearest rail- 
road station. Stage triweekly to Brown- 
town; fare, 2 cents per mile. Pojiulation, 
To. Mail, tri-weekly. B. C. Curtis, post- 
master. 
Curtis K C, Insurance, Collections and 

Justice. 
Johnson R M, builder. 
Leek Henry, blacksmith. 
Smith Samuel J, general store. 

CADOTT. A fiourisblng village on 
Yellow river and on the Wisconsin Central 
Line, in Cldppewa county, 1~ miles east of 
Chippewa Falls, the county scat and near- 
est banking point. Sellleil in 1879, it con- 
tains grist, saw and planing mills, a stave 
factory, a hub and spoke Victory, and a 
sleigh and wagim factory. .Methodist, 
Presbyterian and Catholic eluirches, and 
a district school are sustained, and a 
weekly paper, the Cad'di litcurd, is pub- 
lished. Stages weekly to Drywood and 
Estella. Population. 1/JOO. Tel., W. U. 
Exp., Xoithern Pacilic. Mail, daily. Hugh 
Wilson, postmaster. 
Bain Charles D, feed mill. 
Bates Timothy, blacksmitli. 
Bidson R O, carpenter. 
! Cadott House, George Gilbert propr. 
Cliabot Ambrose B, saloon. 
Cirkcl Wm F, stave and heading mnfr. 



,#'lf? i^ v^ ?;?^''-^'^'< MRS. J. H. DOWNING, 

'km-'Wy ^^ MILLINERY 

\ ;"■ ^'1^, '^1-''/., ;p-";;^^.;^ DRESSMAKINa, 

-i.:=^V^_g^^;]3i=__- LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS. 



.^_^^ ^ 10, 1'2 mill 11 I'-oiirtli St.. Fond dii I.no, Win. 

•5gI ^^^ B ^ _ '* "'"' ■*'»''<■ •" '»">■ f'HAIIIJI It SI'.T.S, Pl.VNOS, 

*" ^ItSICWI. CNNI'ISUMENX!:'. 



st^s Fairs :;.;^;j;^r".:;y' 



Go to FD. Asrcir.R:»IAN\ A; CO. if yon \vn-,: 

L.lIEor HH.W't. 

WISCO.NSis. 



t • I R ^» »■ ! Go to FD. Asr£ir.R:»I.\NN A; C«l 

nOf!*^! "ittOpjSfr^l I CHiAllN uiuirr VOUK OWN MA.l 



200 



CAD 



WISCONSIN' STATE GAZKTTEKK 



CAL 



Clark Dar.iel. grocer. 

Clark Mufg Co, K C Clark rai)i:r, niafrs 
wagon hul)3 iimt sonkes. 

Coniineroiiil ilolcl, A K Lintz Propr. 
{&e adr, oj,p classified Hotels.) 

Couey James ,^1, bnarciing house. 

Dake Ulysses G, jeweler. 

De Wilt Jauies, barber. 

Dietrich Mathew. furniture. 

Dietrich & Son (Bernliard and John), gen- 
eral store. 

Downiiii,' '»3«'s J SJ, :\Iilliner, Dress- 
maker and Ladir-i' Furnishings. (See 
ado, p ICiO. ) 

Fielding Thomas H, confectioner. 

Frasl Henry N, hdware, furn andliarness. 

Gilbert George, prnpr Cadolt House. 

Jackson Levaud E, liver}'. 

Kaiser Solomon K, general store. 

Kanouse George \V, justice of peace. 

Kveen Loui.s II, shoemaker. 

Lamke Cail, saloon. 

Lewis James, justice of peace. 

Liiiitx Alexi'iiKlcr K, Propr Commer- 

- Dial Hotel. (See i'd'\ opp ehty^ijUd HoUU^i 

Lockwood A J, justice of peace. 

Longstall JIrs F J, druggist. 

McCrackcn Mrs J h. music teacher. 

McDonald Archie, blacksmith. 

Munroe James H, general store. 

Munroc Wm S, lumber mnfr and grocer. 

Nelson Martin, shoemaker. 

Pride Kalph \V, restaurant. 

Ragan M W & Bro (..Michael W and John 
H), general store. 

Rosseau Charles, saloon. 

Schermcrhorn Jamts, confectioner. 

Selb Ma.x & liobert, meat market. 

Spohn .fohn W, wagonmaker. 

Stone Fred, barber. 

Watts Clarii, physician. 

Watson Edniuiul, Hour and feed. 

Watson Frank F, lawyer. 

Williamson Mrs S, llorist. 

Wilson Hugh, poslmuster. 

Woods J W, carpenter. 

Young L M, druggist. 

Zimniermann Frank, flour and feeil. 

CADY MILLS. A postollice in the 
southeastern cormr of St. (.iroix county, 
30 miles southeast of Huiison, the county 
seat, and 3i south of Horsey, the nearest 
railroad station. Baldwin is the nearest 
banking point. Population, 150. ?i[aii, 
daily. ■ 



Caily ItlllN I. and, Farmiiu 

Live Stock Improvement Co. 



North StarlronWorks. 

PABISU MAMFACll f.IXi CO. 
Astiland, - - Wisconsin. 



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CAINVILLE. A postollice on the r, 
& N. W. Hy, in Pujck county, 13 mil. ,, 
northwest of Jancsvjlle, tlie county .'cat 
and 5 soutlieast of Kvansville, the neart-i 
banking point. Population, 2.j. Exp.. 
Am. :Mail, daily. W. P. Stiles, post- 
master. 

CALAMINE. A village on the C, 
M. ct St. P. P.y, and on the Pecatonic:. 
river, in La Fayette count}', miles from 
Darlington, the judicial seat and nearest 
banking point. It contains a water power 
grist mill. Exp., U. S. Tel., W. U. 
Population, 100. 

Ca.ssidv M, blacksmith. 
Fink F, general store. 
Johnson & Sons, flour mill. 
Piooney P, shoemaker. 
Sollinger Mrs C, hotel. 
Tierney James, general store. 

CALDWELL. A viilaie in Racine 
county, 30 miles northwest of Racine, the 
county seat, 13 uorlh of Burlington, the 
nearest banking point, and 4 from Muk- 
wanago the nearest railroad station. 
Population, 2:30. Mail, daily. Mrs. A. 
iL Perkins, postmaster. 

Bayley A. live stock. 

Clark Bros, live stock. 

Craig Perry, live stock. 

"McCanna C 1!. creamery. 

Jliller C; S. live stock. 

I^crkins i?Sr«i A iVf, General Store. 

Potter Rev T (.Methudist). 

Smith John, blacksuuth. 

Utter D, live stock and justice. 

Van Vaiiu O, live stock. 

Wyburg J, carpenter. 

CALDWELL'S PRAIRIE. Ra- 
cine county, yame changed to Caldicell. 



CALEDONIA. 

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Waupaca county. 



CALEDONIA. A postofflce on the 
C, M. it St. P. Ry, in Racine county, 10 
mile-t northwest of Racine, the county seat 
and nearest banking point. I'opulatiori, 
75. Tel.,W. U. E.\p.,Am. 11. V. Funk, 
postmaster. 

Belaud J II, railroad, exp and tel agt. 
Erbe Christian, justice. 
Frank Charles, feed mill. 
Goebel .bihn. haruessmaker. 
GocSn'I .loUn Jr, General Store. 
Goeiifer C, (lainter. 



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i.LK, AVISCONM.N, AFFOKD EXCEITIOXAL ADVAMAGLS. 



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AND BUSINESS DIKECTOKY. 



CAM 



■201 



Ilofellz Hev (Catholic). 
Jordan Joseph, blacksmith. 
Kittinger '\Vm, creamery. 
Marscii Peter, ceneral store. 
Monhardt RevH (Lutheran). 
Schnitz Thomas, physiciau. 
gchroeder Wm, carpenter. 
Shumway "Wui, farm impts. 
Tesch Frank, carpenter. 
Webber Henry, wagon maker. 



CALHOUN. On tlie C. & N. W. Ky 
In Waukesha county, 51 miles east of 
Waukesha, the county seat and ueaicsl 
banking point. Population, 7.j. Tel,, 
W. U. Exp., Am. C. P. Kellogg, post- 
master. 

Boice C S, carpenter. 
Calhoun George, live stock. 
T'lcknian John, mason. 
Elger Toney, saloon. 
Hollenback George, live stock. 
Kell<>f,'jj t'liai'lfs I*, Railroad, Ex- 
press and Telei'raph Aucnt. 
McGivern James, l)lacki-milh. 
SchilTman Wm, shoemuUer. 
Stark August, mason. 
Ulrich Wm, physiciau. 
Wlckoff John, carpenter. 

CALUMET. A village in Fond du 
Lac county, 1 mile from Lake Winnebago, 
bend mail to Calumet Harbor. 

CALUMET HARBOR. A settlo- 
ment on Lake Winnebago, in Fond du Lac 
county, 12 miles noitiixvest of Fond du 
Lac, tlic county seat, and 4 north of Ma- 
lone, the nearest railroad station. Fond 
du Lac is tlie neatest banking point. Stages 
daily to JIalone, Jericho, Jnhnsburi'-h and 
Brothertown. Ponid.itiou, 2oU. Mail, daily. 
G. Reichcrt, postmaster. 

Fuhrman Henry, hotel. 

Kalt Anton, carpenter. 

Krug George, general store. 

Mandcrehield Frederick, saloon. 

Meorsch Mutliias, creamery. 

Minahan Uoljert, physician. 

Ueiclierl «;e«»rse. Blacksmith and 

Horseshoer. 
Pchussman Bros, carpenters. 
Stephany Joseplr, carpenter. 

CALUMETVILLE. In Fond du 
Lac County, U miles from Fond du Lac. 
'be judicial seat and l)anking town, and 7 
from .^Ialonc its shipping point. Popula- 



tion, 300. Mail, daily. A. ilahner, post- 
master. 

Bock Wm, lumber. 
Gathier Charles, saloon. 
Hubert Adolph, harnessmaker. 
Jacky Anton, shoemaker. 
Jacky Bros, general store. 
Koenig Henry„liardwaro. 
Kocnig Jlartin, -wagonmaker. 
Idaliner AllterJ, General Store. 
JIandershield Tlieodore, saloon, 
^luskat Henry, blacksmith. 
Xorth Albert, general store. 
^Veisgerbe^ Wm, saloon. 
Zweille T, meat market. 



CALVARY. A post village on the 
C. A. N. W. Ky, in Fond du Lac cotinty, 
13 miles northeast of Fond du Li;c. the 
county scat and nearest banking point, 
Population, 120. Tel., W. U." Exp., 
Am. Frank Beau, postmaster. 

Bean Frank, Genera! Store, Produce 

and Cheese 3[nfr. 
Behle Bros, cheese mnfrs. 
Borst Z E, railroad, exp and tel agent. 
Bourgeois Mat hew, general store. 
Fritz Henry, blacksmith. 
Hildebrand A, hop grower. 
Petry .Vrnold, tinsmith. 
Si'hmidtkofer Andrew, farm impts. 
Sclimitz Peter, shoem'dier. 
Steffers George, justice. 



CAMBRIA. A prosperous village lo- 
cated on the N. div, of the C, >L it St. P. 
Ky, in Columbus countj', IS miles ea.^t of 
P.irtage, the judicial seat, and 80 northwest 
of .Milwaukee. It contains ii cbtirehcs. 
good schools, an opera house, a feed mill, 
and a live weekly newspaper, the CTni/iiia 
JS'f'i-s. Grain and livestock are the i)rliict- 
pal shipments. Exp., Am. Tel., \\. U. 
Population, 000. E. O. Jones, postmaster. 

Albee & Cornell (Alice Albee, Cora Cor- 
nell), dressmakers. 

Bank of Cambria, Edward Harris propr. 

Beyer George H, hardware. 

Cambria House, Isaac I^arry propr. 

Caiiil*ria .\c«'!i, Owen V Williams 
I'ublL-hcr. 

Crosix l-'reiiioiil J, Jeweler. 

Cro8s Mrs F J, dressmaker. 

Currio Robert, lumber. 

Davis Edwin, wagonmaker. 

Edwards John A, furniture. 

Edv.-ards J J & Son (John J and Edward 
W), general store. 



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Evaiis Kooch. drii:rgi: 
fc>»3, Evaus ;^[iss Jentie. dressmaker. 
^^ Evans I'ev Kowlaiid 11 (Methodisl) 

Harris Edward, propr Bank of Cambria. 
^„^ Harris & Kowlartds <Kd%V'ird Harris, Mor- 
^3a ris J Kowlandi), lumbjr. 
m=^-^ Hughes John E. luirncssmaiier. 
'^^=^ Hu;:;hes Mrs Rosa, Iiarber. 
62S In£;leliart Mrs Elmira T, luilliner. 
g^ .foues D R, arcliit'.ct. 
I « Jones Evan O, ]io-tmaster. 
^S Jones E O A; finu (Evan O and Kuh- 
,„^ ard E O), Farm I>r, 
(gjT" Jones 2^ichoIas, aucti 
f^ ^ Jones Samuel, ma.-on. 
^'^ Jones Wm A P, railroad, exp and tel agt. 

Lloyd Ednaid t), meat mari;et. 
(^a Lloyd Jfdin, drnyman. 
•^'j?? Martin Wiri, salonr:. 
•^^ Newhall ^MrsT? J, dicssmaker. 
^".^ JSlewluill >fc Wiiliams (Euirene J ~.Ne\vball, 

David J Williams), muats. 
f »^ Parry Isaac, propr Cambria House. 
m>i.csm Parry John Hj waironmaker. 
^.-^ I'arry Wm H, iiTp J'tock. 
f^xi^ Prees Griffitlr VV, physician. 
^°=°* I'rice David, veterinary surgeon. 

Hausch Gustav, lively. 
FfX I'iflmrds Lazarus, Lnncer. 
P|=i Robert Evor O. produce. 
t.,«3 Roberts David O, L'rocer. 

Roberts John E. druggist. 

Rowc Rev A L (Com^retrational). 

Panders Wm H, fchoemakor. 

Scharf Jacob jr. saloon. 

Schemniel Mrs Mary, milliner. 

Schlicsmann Ailam, boots and shoes. 
0Si^ Seager iirs Liljbie, dressmaker. 

Slinger &, Carson (Jolin Slinger, George 
BN W Carson), live stock. 
B Tliomas & Lloyd (ilugli W Thomas, Evan 

C-^-% W Lloyd), general store. 
'^ True Ed.ixar C, prin schools. 

Vaughn David, blacksmith. 

Wagner Henry, blacksmith. 

Walker Tlioma.s, grocer. 

Williams .Mrs Uarliara, saloon. 

Williams Eliiis R, harnt-ss. 
g^f^ U'tlliains Oueii «.', Publisher Cam- 
K'.^ bria JN'ews. 

Williams Owen J, hardware. 

Williams Mrs Perry, books. 

Williams Wiw E, iihysiciau. 

Zander John, waijonmaker. 



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CAMBRIDGE. A village in Dane 
county, '^i ni'lcs east of Maiiison.the coun- 
'^"'^ ty seat, and o siutli of London, on the C. 
J^^ iV. N. ^V'. Ry, the nearest railroad station. 



Settled in ISiJS. It contains a water powf-r 
flouring mill, a creamery, 1 cliurcbes and 
a district school A weekly newspaPL-r 
the JVcirs. is published. Stsges dally tn 
Ft. Atkinson, London and Sioughton. I: 
is in the centre of an excellent section ^ f 
country specially adapted to tnbicco rais- 
ing. Population, 700. Telephone con- 
nection. JMail, daily. Thomas Oversoo. 
postmaster. 

Adam AVm, meat market. 

Allen Amos J, flour mdl. 

Amundson A C, physician. 

Bilstad Ole, drugs and jewelry. 

Buskirk Lew. barber. 

Cambridge Hotel, Wm Ki'iizler jiropr. 

Cambriilge Lumber Co, Thouias Overson 
pres, A J Allen sec. 

Cambridge Kews, EL Ho\vepublr,.Vugu5t 
E Olson editor. 

Cambridge Tobacco WarL-lionse Co (limi- 
ted), Chris Olsen pres, Knud G (Dlsen 
sec. 

Clachan Miss Elizabeth, milliner. 

Clark L W, physician. 

England Jens A, furniture. 

Glimme Anders, general store. 

Hanson Kiels, shoemaker. 

Hanson Oscar U, general store. 

Hess Bro3 (-lohn and Charles), stage line. 

Irwin Robert, blacksmith. 

Jacobsen 01c, sabmn. 

Johnson Maas, tailor. 

Kenzler Wm, propr Cambridge Hotel. 

Legreid Chris, blacksrailh. 

Lillesand Severt L, grocer. 

Lundberg Adolph. boots and shoes. 

McCredie liros & Co (Thomas and R.-bert 



creamery. 



McCredie, AVm Hinize 
Ohman Rev (Mtthodist). 
Olsen Chris, leaf tobacco. 
Olson Hans .V, hardware. 
(^Ison Jest, harness. 
Ovcrsoii Tlioinax, Hardware. Stoves, 

Carriages and ^lusical last-rumeuts. 
Prcscott Andrew A, general store. 
Scobie David W, wagoum.aker. 
Slagg T C & Co (Thomas C Slagg, Samuel 

H Butler), general store. 
Thompson Joul, livery. 
Ubiuger August, saloon. 



CAMERON. On the C, St. P., M. & 
O. and .M., St. P. & S. Sle. M. roads, in 
Barron county, 6 miles from Barron, the 
judicial scat and banking point. Popu'n- 
lion, oOO. E.^p,Am. Tel.,W. U. A. D 
Stacy, postmaster. 

Borrtz John, wagonmaker. 



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l?urton Richard A. exp and tel act. 

Cameron flciuse, N Jarvis propr. 

Diinbara & McLean, grocers. 

Fox C it Son, liVL-ry. 

llessel Henry, soda water mnfr. 

Howard il C. livery. 

Jarvis Napoleon, propr Cameron House. 

Johnson John P, ealoon. 

Kanimers N, saloon. 

McNaughton >l, hotel. 

JIosherD, hardware. 

>i'e!son A, saloon. 

I'eese &, Anderson, general store. 

Shipman it Hoplpy. ireneral store. 

Stacy A 1>, Flour and Feed. 

Wilson A, livery. 

CAMPBELLSPORT. A post vil- 
lage on the V. A; 2s. W. Ky, in Fond du 
Lsc county, IG mile.s southeast of Fond du 
Lac, the county seat and usual banking 
point. Exp., Aiu. Tel., W. U. Popula- 
tion, 350. P. Durand, postmaster. 

Baecher Jacob, waponmaker. 

Becklinger Lydia. milliner. 

Boeckler M H, a^t & N W Ry. 

Degenhardt Jacob, hotel. 

Degenhardt .Michael, livery. 

Diiraiul iV l'aa>, Orugs, Paints and 

Siationery. 
Erfelt Nicholas, saloon. 
Farrell Michael, live stock. 
Findeisen F M. grain elevator. 
Hafuer August, wagonmaker. 
Hansom C C, justice. 
Hoffmann Cornet Laud, P A Hoffmann 

leader. 
Ilofrinniiii I* A, Physician. 
Jones l!ev Richard (Methodist). 
Ketter John, carpenter. 
Kicrig Chris, mciit market. 
Koepke (Charles, cheese mnfr. 
Kohler Lorenz. shoemaker. 
IjoppcrVan, painter. 
McCullongh Jame?, general store. 
Marrion John, mason. 
Maitin E F, lumber and planing mill. 
Malteson S C, lawver. 
Michaels ct Klotz, 'farm impts. 
Moore & Galloway, lumber. 
I'aull A S, exp and tel ai;t. 
I'iohl Fred, tailor and barber, 
jihodes Leland, pump mnfr. 
Richter Bros, harnessmakers. 
Roesler Ernest, mason. 
SuckettHF, chee.se mnfr. 
^aeman, Loelistt Knickel, general store, 
f^clilaefer Jacob, jeweler. 
•Vhlaefer Jo.-epb, builder. 



^^oiiiiiidt .loliii CMusical Instruments. 

Schools Gerhart, hotel. 

Van Dczaude Charles, photographer. 

Wedde U'm, hardware. 

Wicker Truman, biacksmith. 

Yankow Fred, live stock. 



CAMP DOUGLAS. A post village 
on the C, St. P., JI. A U, and the C. and 
N. W. Rys, at the intersection of the C...'\I. 
& St. P. Ry, in Juneau county, 1 ± miles 
northwest of .Mauston.the county seal, and 
6j north of New Lisbon, the nearest bank- 
ing point. Population, 250. Tel., W. U. 
E.xp., Am. George Frohmader, postmas- 
ter. 

Coates W E, ?rain. 
FroIiiiiiKlcr & Bla<>kiii'<, General 

.Store and Live Stock. 
Hint^m T J. notary. 
Horton C H, hardware. 
Johnson \Vm C. general store. 
Kingtlauc O. carpenter. 
Lane J D, telegraph act. 
Lynn James, general store and hotel. 
Olmstead "W L, insurance. 
Phillips C J, railroad ngt. 
Singleton John, general store and hotel. 

CAMP LAKE. A summer resort on 
the Wisconsin Central Line and on Camp 
Lake, In Kenosha county, is miles south- 
west of Kenosha, the judicial seat, and 13 
from Burlington, the nearest banking 
point. Daily stnsQ to Wilmot; faro 25 
cents. Exp., Pacinc Tel., W. U. Pop- 
ulation, 100 J. H. McVcy, postmaster. 

Cniii]> I.,akc EIoiisc, J H McVey 

Propr. 
Enzenl)acher A, tobacco and cigars. 
Jordan Jarae.s, veterinary surgeon. 
Lichtcuberg C W, dentist. 
Lincoln Ice Co. 
Ludwig it Reicterfeldt, ice. 
Ble^'ey .1 il, Propr C.'amp Lake House. 
Odell G E, railroad, exp and tel agt. 
Phillips House. C Phillips propr, 
Wolf A, tobacco and ciuars. 
Yaw House, Henry E Yaw propr. 
Yaw Noah, poultry breeder. 



CANTON. A postniliccon the M.. St. 
P. & S. Ste. M. Ry, in Barron county. 11 
miles northeast of Barron, the seat of jus- 
tice. Rice Lake is the nearest banking 
point. Population, 4S. E.xp , Am. Tel.'^ 
W. U. J. F. Lutz, postmaster. 

Belle it Locke, gen store and saw mill. 
Edcbert it Rnnisdeil, lumber. 



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Fisk J B, hardware. 
Locke John, black^lIli•b. 
Packard Jay, railroad andexp agt. 
■White II' J, General Store. 

CARLTON. A post village in Kewau- 
nee couuty, 5 miles south of Kewaunee, 
the count}- seat and bank location, and 20 
north of Two Rivers, the nearest railroad 
station. Stages daily to Two Kivers.Ahna- 
pee and Kewaunee; fare, -t^LuO and ."iO 
cents respectively. Pop\ilation, 00. Mail, 
daily. Fred Bacb, postmaster. 
Bacli Fred, Telegraph Agent. 
Bach, Kiev.ig &, Co, general store. 



CAROLINE. A postoince on Embar- 
rass river, in Sljawano county, 20 miles 
southwest of Shawano, the county seat, 3j 
north of Marion, the nearest railroad sta- 
tion, and S from Ciintonville, the nearest 
banking point. Stages daily to Marion 
and Pella. Population, 125. E. J. Iloeft, 
postmaster. 

Ahl Hev SV D. 
Braun Fred, wagonmsker. 
Breidenfelt August, -hnemaker. 
Buettner Theodore, tlour mill. 
Builder Herman, farmer. 
Ebert & Kaasch, blacksmiths. 
Frankow \Vm, mason. 
Iloeft E M, Hardware. 
Laatsch Albert, carpenter. 
Moenkc August, hotel and saloon. 
Nctzel Julius, furniture and justice. 
Schmidt August, mason. 
Stier Charles 11. general store. 
Tlilcic K tV IJro, Saw Mill. 
Zell Fred, hotel and saloon. 

CARRIE. In Washburn county, 10 
miles from Sbtll Lake, llie judicial seat, 
and 13 from llayward. the usual Ijanking 
and shipping point. Population. -"lO. ^[ail, 
by special supply. ^Irs. S. Kunsman, 
postmaster. 

Abrahamson N. lumber. 
Dobie Pros, lumber. 
England >V: Thomas, lumber. 
Kunsman C, carpenter. 
liiiiiMiiaii Strsij (.\geut), Patent iledi- 

cines. 
Lampman G, blacksmith. 
TerriU J, carpenter. 

CARTWRIGHT. A flourishing set- 
tlement on the C , St. P., M. & O. Uy, in 
Auburn towaship, (.'liippcwa county, 23."> 
miles northwest nf Milwaukee, 22 north- 



west of Chippev,-a Falls, the county «_:;■ 
and 9 northwest of Bloomer, the neart ■ 
banking point. Stages daily to S-.- : 
Creek:~fare, rjO cents. Population. - Vi 
Exp., Am. Tel., W. U. B. F. Marsu, 
postmaster. 

Cartwright House, 11 Hine.^ pronr. 
C'artwrislil & t'liiniiiinss, Saw &t; 1 

Planing .Mill. 
Dimmell \V J, meat market. 
Efickson Arnt, general store. 
Golden Wm, jnason. 
Hawley A B, general store, 
nines O, propr Cartwright House. 
Kluiid Andrew, blacksmith. 
McLaren Fred, blacksmith. 
JIack F T, railroad, exp and le! agent. 
nlarsli 8J P, General Store. 
Jloshcr O K, hardware. 
Putman J P, boarding house. 
Robison George jr, brick mnfr. 
Smitli S, wagonmaker. 
Stadler John, wagonmaker. 



CARYVILLE. A post village on 
the C, M. tt St, P. Ky, in Uunn county. 
20 miles southeast of Menomonie, the 
county seat, and 11 southwest of Eai; 
Claire, the nearest banking point. Sl.ages 
daily to liock Falls, and .Mondovi. Popu- 
lation, 80. Tel., W. U. E.xp., Am. 
P. O. Strande, postmaster. 

Fry Frank, live stock. 

Johnson L C, tailor. 

McDonough W J, railroad, exp and tel 

agent 
Mill .r n, grain elevator. 
Xess Wm, hotel. 
Snow Kev Ptiifus (Adventisll. 
•itraiule Peter O, General Store. 
^Vygant Victor, blacksmith. 

CASCADE. On the Milwaukee river, 
in Sheboygan county, ly miles southwest 
of Sheboygan, thecoimty seat, 3^ west ot 
Waldo, the nearest railroad station, and 7 
southwest of Plymouth, the nearest bank- 
ing point. Stages twice a day to Waldo : 
fare, 25 cents. Population, 2,50. Mail, 
daily. L. U. Bartlett, postmaster. 

Aklln M R & Co, general store. 
Ambelang Morris, shoemaker. 
Ballliiirn Frederick, haruessmaker. 
Eiarllett I., C, Drtigs and Groceries. 
Bartlett .Mrs L C, miliiner. 
P.urke Rev B J (Catholic). 
Copley Cl'.arles. carpenter. 
Ooell .Tohn B, waj:onmaker. 



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Puberty P n, hotel. 

ilutTbuel Uev C (Lutheran). 

lliiffmtister ifc Meyer, shoes. 

ILirrlt'an David, grocer. 

li lU-iMre, niilliaer. 

IlollenlJolt iJt O'llrani, Furnitur 

Hulee Edward, generni store. 

kratzsch A W, physician. 

Lamers A J, Hour mill. 

Lau Fred, hardware and harness 

Lau Mrs, general store. 

Ix;wke E, tailor. 

Maloney Rose, grocer. 

Miller Henry, carpenter. 

Nicemann Charles, watronmaker 

Noll Wm t^c Sons, hardware. 

O'llcam E H, hotel. 

I'tterson David, veterinary surgeon. 

riper Eliuer, barber. 

Undkie August, blacksmith. 

!£ogci'Si A C, Physician. 

!>chulz John, blacksmith. 

Solei David, cooper. 

Timm John AV, hotel and £!our mill. 

Wolf A, cheese factory. 

Zslm Hermann, hotel. 



CASCO. A village in Kewaunee coun- 
ty, 13 miles west of Kewauneee, the county 
scat, 23 northeast of Green Hay, the near- 
est railroad station, and 11 southwest of 
Ahnapec, the nearest banking point. 
Stages daily to Ahnapee, Green Bay and 
Kewaunee. Population, 1.50. iMail, daily. 
E. Decker, postmaster. 

Barta F J, harnessmaker. 

liHrta John, wagon maker. 

Carl John M, school teacher. 

I>fc-kor Iv, Saw Mill. 

Doyle Wm, blacksmith. 

Mlnahan H A A; Co, general store. 

Minahau J K, physician. 

CASHTON. On the C, M. & St. P. 
Uy, in Monroe county. 19 miles south of 
i^parla, the county scat and bankins point. 
Population, 300. Tel., "W. U. Exp., Am. 
11. Orofr, postmaster. 

liaseDach Peter, lumber. 

H'.iver Matthias L, saloon. 

jit-rg E A, brick and stone mason. 

Howen Oscar, railroad, exp and tel agt. 

I'oyd David, stone mason. 

Brey p Ay, jeweler. 

liver AVm, boarding house. 

dates W E.'c Co, grain. 

IranierC.tJ =a':.M,n. 

Cnuier C II. phv^ cian. 

Culv,;r C M, hoi;-!. 



Custin E A, saloon. 

Dill Fred, general store. 

Dolan Patrick, general store. 

Du Neuz A A, druggist. 

Gains E E, physician. 

Groir SEciiry. Hoots and Shoes. 

Hanson P J. haulware. 

Holverson P, carpenter. 

Jackson Martin, grain. 

Jensen E >.\: E, meat market. 

Johnson Louis, shoemalier. 

Kissell Wm, hardware. 

Milb}' P Lt A, Saloon. 

Xelson & Campbell, general store. 

Xice James, barber. 

Olson G, furniture. 

Perkins L B. wacronmakcr. 

Iloe«.ler A, Planing JliU. 

Senz Thomas, blacksmith. 

Smith H II, blacksmith. 

Wang Martin, carpenter. 



CASSELL. A postofflce on the Wis- 
consin river, in Sauk county, 25 miles 
southwest of Baraboo, the county seat, 
and 3 northeast of Arena, the nearest rail- 
road station and baukint' point. Popula- 
tion, 1.50. Mall, tri-reeekly. Wm. S. 
Pierce, postmaster and farmer. 

CASSVILLB. A village on the Mis- 
sissippi river, in Grant county, 20 miles 
fouttiwesl of Lancaster, the county seat, 
and 3 east of Turkey Uiver, Iowa. It is on 
theC, 15. ct X. Ry. Has a bank and a 
weekly newspaper, the Index. Stages 
daily to Bectowu and Turkey River. Pop- 
ulation, 1,000. Tel., AV. U. Exp , Am. 
D. Williams, postmaster. 

Harney IlroK, Dentists. 
Barrow George, brick mnfr. 
Baumgartner Julius, tailor. 
Beach .Mrs R F. dressmaker. 
Beilharz Fred II, blacksmith. 
Beilharz F, hoop factory. 
Bernbard Mrs (,)ltilie, general store. 
Bernherd Jacob, boots and shoes. 
Binkert Fridolin, general store. 
Bishop M A, propr Deuuiston House. 
Burgess Henry, iiistice. 
Chase Edward \V, photographer. 
Creglow Charles, jeweler. 
Crculow A; Oko3', General Store. 
Cronin F M, physician. 
Currau M J, general store. 
Deuniston House, M A Bishop propr. 
Dericlis & Geiseu, brewer. 
Dietrich Frank J, confectioner. 
Dietrich G P, cainentcr. 



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i:»Iilj T!ioina'» v., Diatiit. 

Enslcr JIrs E, booTs aud thot-=. 

Fir-t Commercial Bank, L jI Okey prcj, 

Charles Creclo'^- cs^li. 
Foley James, flour mill. 
Foley John, propr Index. 
French U, blacksmith. 
Grimm Aloys druo'sist, 
<ii'iniiii liroii, General Store. 
Grimm Ilerman. grain. 
Harper Charles L, prin of high school, 
llenkel Mrs Minnie, boarding house. 
Holt it Barrows, brick masons. 
Index, .Tohn Foley prwr. 
Ubn)aers Orchestra. 
I>liniael & Eneler, saTor>n. 
Kleiupeil Bros, saw mill. 
Kleinpell Eugene, harnessmaker. 
Kkiupell II i; Co, li!;rd\Tare. 
Eikliiiiil, Gciger & Co, General Store 

and Creamery, 
Kraft Alliert, physician. 
Kuchenljerg JIrs Gfil-Jrude, milliner. 
K'uohenl.ierir Matt, saloon. 
MtCHmish .Airs N A, insurance. 
McCord tfe Lenzendorf, meat market. 
M.anuinir E S, tel agt. ' 
.■Mueller ]5enj:imiu. saloon. 
>;iemcr .John W, meal market. 
Ortscheid .John, confi:ctioner. 
Ortfcheid ,1 B, baker. 
Oehmer Peler, iiarlier. ■ - 
Prior Gotlfried, genera! store. 
Rossliach Eev A^(Cathnli,'i. 
Sandrook Kev (ieorge I'Lulheran). 
^oliarlt'iistt'iii II C Uro & Co, 

Gevieral j^lore. 
Scluiniaclier H Jl, saloon. ■ 
Schwerin Frederick, slioemaker. 
Sneclode J II C. fruit gr.jwer. 
Slivens Rev G D (Baptist). 
Trollope & Cook, cigar mufrs. 
V.igel Herman, general »te're. 
Viii;rlit IVter. lime kiln. 
^'i'illiaiiis Ouvi<t, Stationer and Con- 

ftcti.uu-r. 
Witlierb.'e liev H .1 (Melhodi.st,. 
■\yood GeorL'e W, r«ilro;,d, cxp and tel agt. 
Young .Martin, wagonniaker. 

CASTLE ROCK,. A village on Blue 
river, in Oranl euuniy. ?0" miles northeast 
of Lancaslir, the county seal, and 9 north- 
west of Mnntfort, tl;e nearest railroad 
station anci blinking point. Populatinu, 
50 .Mill, semi-weekly. John Johnson, 
postmaster. 

Ellinger Gu.s, justice. 



Johnson John S, bkacksmith. 

Johnson S C, carpenter. 

Joliii^oii «^ Vail Biiroii, G.nera; 

Store. 
Nelson Xels S, mason, 
Nundal Sever O, mason. 



CATARACT. In Monroe county, 11 
miles norlli of Sparta, the county seat. 
Dearest railroad station and banking point. 
Stages to Sparta and Black Uiver Fall;; 
fares, 50 cents and ^1 respectively. Pop- 
ulation, 12.5. E. B. Greene, postmaster. 

Codey O S. sta-e line. 
Daws R A, notary. 
Dunham B M. hotel- 
Gibson .\ D. bkcksmilh. 
Grcfiio K B, Town Treasurer. 
Grecuo & Jnnes, general store. 
Johnson C W, general .'tore. 
JIcLain T P., b.^acksmilh. 
Jlinglet Chris, carpenter. 
Moilatt & Scantletnn. liour mill. 
Reynolds A. carpenter. 
Scantleton J T, general store. 
SlJirkcy \Viii', Meat Alarket. 
Wasliburn C H. constable. 
Woodworth A G, lawyer. 



CATO. Avilla.ge on the M., L. S. & 
AV. Ry, in ]^Ianilowoc county, 12 miles 
northwest of Manitowoc, the count}- seat 
and nearest banking poi-nt. Stages daily 
to Clark's Mills. I'opulation, 200. Tel., 
W. U. Exp., U. S. JIail, daily. John 
Killen, postmaster. 

Clark Bros, chee.ie mnfrs. 

Frencli Georsre A. meal market. 

liilll-ii Joliii, General Store, Hay Press 

and Clieese Box Mnfr. 
Merrill Frank, railroad, exp and tel agent. 
Morgan it Sweeting, cheese mnfrs. 
O'Conneil R S, physician. 
Pelka Simon, blacksmith. 
Stoehr T Anton, 'aloon. 
Strande Knud, shoemaker. 
\ViIlielm Peter, wagonmaker. 



CAVOUR. Ou tlie M., St. P. it S. 
Sto. M. Ry, 13 miles from Craniinn. the 
judicial seat. Population, 1.50. Exp., 
-Vm. Tel., W. U. M. S. Barker, post- 
master. 

CAZENOVIA. A village on Little 
Baraboo river, in Kielilund county. 24 
miles northeast of Richland Ceii're. the 
county seat, and 7 southwest of Eavaile. 
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roint. Stages daily to Richlaud Centre, 

Ironton and Liivalle. Popuhitiou, 175. 

Mail, daily. C. Tierce, postm.ister. 

r>!'iV;erafin, blacksmith. 

liobn C E, saw aud slave mill. 

Burdick Mrs E, milliuer. 

Bussman Henry, boots aud shoes. 

Ciark E B & Co, general store. 

Conley John, grocer and saloon. 

Cunningham David, blacksmith. 

Diiercii Will, baw Jlill. 

Farver li, wagonmaker. 

Fix & Jax, stave mill. 

Grosse Rev Herman (Catholic). 

Herlihy Dennis, justice. 

Jewelt H E, flour mill. 

.Tube J M, hotel. 

KItson T F, saloon. 

Klang Theodore, carpenter. 

LIreoln O B, blacksmith. 

^loon C, meal market. 

Nelson N, wagonmaker. 

Nelson & Jarvis, livcrj'. 

Stockfelth Martin, physician. 

Vergcrout George, gi.'ncral store. 

Wenkcr >jt'l»:i'>liiiii. General Store. 

Zerwis John, boots and shoes. 

CECIL. A prosperous village on the 
M., L. S. & W. liy, in Shawano counly, S 
miles northeast of Shawano, the seal of 
justice and banUini; point. Population, 
3nO Tel., \V. U. ^Exp., U. S. T. S. 
Mc.Murray, postmaster. 
Beerbaum J H H, lumber. 
Bender Pliillip, wagonmaker. 
liocker Herman, linrd\var(^ 
Crosby H E, railroad, exp and tel agent. 
Dickey Rev P H (Lntiieran). 
Freeborn John A, propr Lakeview House. 
Grabe Joseph, shoemaker. 
Ilaiineinaiiii, iXarliow iV Co, Lum- 

_ber and Shingle Mill. 
Kempf John, bUicksmith. 
Lakeview House, J A Freeborn propr. 
Lenike Adolph, real Cotate. 
Lemke John, caipenler. 
Leuike Wm Jr. carpenler. 
^Ic'!'Siiri-aj' 'V >, Notions and Patent 

_ Medicines. 
Nailer Herman, real estate. 
Nichlaus 15 & Co. general store. 
S.tnip Qustav, haruessmaker. 
Seefeldt Uoberl, saloon. 
Warrington Mi*s C T, dres.smaker. 
}Viiiter David, hotel. 
Zichow W C & Co, geoeral store. 



CEDARBURGH. An cntcrprisim: 
leorporated city ou the M. iV: N. R. 1!. 



in Ozaukee county, 23 miles north of Mil- 
waukee and 9 southwest of Port Washing- 
ton, the county seat and nearest banking 
point. A progressive weekly newspaper, 
the yews, is published. Telephone con- 
nection. Exp., Am. Tel., W. U. Popu- 
lation, 1,500. L. E. Jochem, postmaster. 
Ambruster John, jeweler. 
Anschuiz & Co (George A and Peter An- 

schutz), lime kiln and stone (juarry. 
Asher Frederick, mason and plasterer. 
Barthel Charles, jiainter. 
Beck Henry, baker. 
Beokmann Fiedcrick, propr Wisconsin 

House. 
Behnisch Henry, harnessmaker. 
Bender Henry, cuoper. 
Boclo Huu'o, druLTgi-t. 
IStKlftnlocrlVr .\iiilrc\v, Flour Mill, 

1 Milese. 
lloerticr Bros, General Store. 
BotUclier Albert, cigar mnfr. 
Boeltcher Charles, saloon. 
I'ohrtz August, blncksmitb. 
Bruss Bros (John F and Gottfried), farm 

machinery. 
Buch C II, meat market. 
I'uch Mrs Emile, milliner. 
i:o<larl»iiryli Clcv.ilor Co, Alexan- 
der lierger ,\lngr. 
Cedarburgh House, Henry Kuether propr. 
Cedarburgh Military Band, A Weber Idr. 
Cedarburgh Woolen MiKs (capital. ^lUO,- 

000), Diedrich Wittenberg prcs, J F 

Wittenberg sec and treas. 
Dietrich Conrad, shoemaker. 
Dreier Herman, iiainter. 
I'jiigbiiiig Wm. foundry. 
Ernst it Licsenberg, carpenter. 
Erll Tony, barber. 
Finley Rufus, veterinary surgeon. 
Friedrich Robert, shoemaker. 
Froehlich Jacob, boots and shoes. 
Gleitzman Adam, cooper. 
Gotlschalk Oiarles, livery, coal, etc. 
Groth Henry G, hardware. 
Groth John F, lime ranfr. 
llackfeldt Mrs J, dressmaker. 
Haflerman Mrs D, milliner. 
Hart's ig Theodore, phj'sician. 
Herzigcr Emil, saloon. 
Hilgeu J H. summer resort. 
Hilcen Mnfg Co (capital, AsO.OOO). John 
Winner pres, James H Hilgen sec, sash, 

doors aud blinds. 
Hoehu Louis M, furnilu'c and undertaker. 
HolTman & Son, meat market. 
Horn I'lTileriok ^V, Lawyer and 

Propr N.'WS. 'S--: ..■■!r. p S 'l'.} 
Horn Wm H. railriiad and tel agent. 



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Jaehnert Herman, meat market. 

Jaucke Frederick J, prupr ■Washington 

House. 
Joc'licm Leoi)old Tl. General Store. 
Jocliem Wia P, propr Norliiera Uailroad 

Hotel. 
Kaiser Mattliias, cooper. 
Kannenberg Samuel H, blacksmith. 
Kanney Cornelius F, notary. 
Knuppel Albert, carpouter. 
Knulh Carl, watciimaker. 
Krauso Theodore, barber. 
Kuether Henry, propr Ccflarburgh House. 
Kuhefuss .1 C tt Son, proprs Union Hotel. 
Lang liev Vv'm (Lutheran). 
Langhtinrich Edward, furniture. 
Lau Ciiarles, priu high fchonl. 
Lau Eggeit, -wagonmaker, 1 miles s c. 
Lauer John, saloon. 
Laulerbach Justus, clothing. 
Lehman C W & Bro. hardware. 
Lemke Charles, brick and tile iiinfr. 
Luedtke J A: Son (John and Frank;, black- 
smiths. 
Lutz Charles, cisar mnfr. 
McGovern & ^Moras. physicians. 
News, Frederick W Horn Propr. (See 

adv, opp.) 
Northern Uailroad Hotel, Wm P JocUem 

propr. 
Pahl Mr.s Anna, milliner. 
Propp Charles, photographer. 
Roth Henry, saloon. 
Koth John, .saloon. 
Ryan Kev F C (Catholic). 
Salter Henry, farm iinpts. 
Schroedcr J & Son (Ourgen and ^Vm H), 

general store. 
Scliroeslcr Sc Trcntiii-.nui (Wm 

Schroeder.JosephTrottmunu), flour .Mill 
Scliuelle ]'"'rcderick, city clerk. 
Schwautcs Angust, blackBmilh. 
Strassbcrger Utv E (Lutheran). 
Sunderrniinn August, apiari:^t, 2 miles 3 e. 
Thiel AVm it Son, barley mill. 
Toll Bro.M (Frank and Wm), marble 'works. 
Turners' Hall. Turners' Society proprs. 
Union Hotel, J C Kuhefusa it Sun 

proprs. 
Voigt HcDiy, liaruessniiiker. 
Washington House, F J Jaucke propr. 
Weber John, brewer. 
Weber's Hotel, Burghard Weber propr. 
Wicsler Cunrnd, saloon. 
"Wlrtli llfos (Charles C and Gustavo Hj, 

Genijral Store. 
Wisconsin House, Frederick Beckmann 

propr. 
Wtirthman E Gerhard, paints. 
Zauin Jacoli, ll )ur mill. 



CEDAR CRH:^K. a postoffice ;;: 
Washintrton county, S miles southwe.^t -: 
West Bend, the county se.at, and 3^ frc;n 
Jackson, the nearest railroad station. Wc.-: 
Bend is the nearest banking point. Stagf.? 
daily to Jackson; fare, 2'> cents. Popu: i- 
tion, 75. Mail, daily. H. J. Gumm, po;t- 
master. 

Baer Jacob, carpenter. 

Oiiiiiiii 61 J, Hardware and Blacksmith. 

Heppe C J, general store. 

Ilyppe Henry, saloon. 

Jliixon Dow, creamery and insurance. 

Piitow Fred, shoemaker. 

Turck B & Co, saw mill. 

Voght Fred, carpenter. 

Vuuk Edward, justice. 

CEDAR FALLS. A villasie on Eel 
Cedar river in Dunn county, .'5 miles noitu- 
east of .Menomonie, the county seat, near- 
est banking and shipping point. Daily 
st»^ to 2\Ienomonie; fare. 25 cents. Pop- 
ulation, 400. Mail, daily. E. C. Plemou, 
postmaster. 
Bailey Frank, livery. 

Cedar Falls Brass Band, Levi Caldwell Idr. 
Crawford May, music teacher. 
Glidewell James, hotel and saloon. 
Knapp, Stout A: Co, general store. 
Leach Thomas, barber and harness. 
Perry P W, carpenter and wagonmaker. 
Pleiiioii E €, Grocer. 
Plemon L O, grocer and livery. 
Konneberger B P, meal market. 
Taylor Hiram, stone mason. 

CBDAR GROVE. On the :\I., L. S. 
vt \V. liy. In Holland township, Sheboy- 
gan county, 3S miles north of .\tilwaukce, 
and 14 southwest of Sheboygan, the seat 
of justice and u.sual banking point. Esp., 
U. S. Tel., \V. U. Population, buO. 
G. Slronks, postmaster. 
American House, Frank Wilson propr. 
Balkins Miss Releu, dressmaker. 
Braucr Frederick, wagonmaker. 
Btecht Henry J, blacksmith. 
Daana ,1 E, cheese mnfr. 
I»c Muslcr .loliii. Agrl Implements. 
De Smith Peter, blacl-smith. 
Heuver Aiibert. cheese mnfr. 
Hirn Frank, saloon. 
Hollo Christian W, tinware. 
Hopi;lkamp Kev J W (Reformed). 
Hyink W'ni. live stock. 
Kolsto John W, shoeniaker. 
E..ai]iiiiers OarreU, Cheese Mnfr. 
Mcengs Dirk, carpenter. 



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^Il I'll £;3 Henry, general store. 

I j'Crlne James, railroad, exp and tel agt. 

I'rtlmer Joseph, creamery. 

Kiniiiker John 11, harnessmaker. 

Hotli Rev J W F ([-"resbytcrian). 

IlufUnk Henry, harnessmaker. 

Scbiereck August H, propr Union House. 

Smitli G H & Sons, fishermen. 

Mi-oiiU§ O, General store and Real 

K^tate. 
Te Gantvoort James A H, furniture. 
Tcrncs John, cheese mnfr. 
Union House, A H Schiereck propr. 
Van Altena Louis, physician. 
Van I)e Waal Ed'.Tard, general store. 
Van Do Waal John, cheese ranfr. 
Van De Waal Ptler, cooper. 
Van De Waal Miss Sasan, dressmaker. 
Verdouw Abraham, harnessmaker. 
Voskuil Henry, boots and shoes. 
Vrteman John U, tailor. 
iValvoord Anthony, cheese mnfr. 
Wulvoord Anthony C. general store. 
Walvoord Miss Hannah, milliner. 
Walvoord Henry, cheese mnfr. 
Wilson Frank, propr American House. 



cial seat, and 8 from Marion, the nearest 
shipping point. Mail, semi-weekly. F. 
Leisner, postmaster. 

Clapps & 5IadsoD, saw mill. 

CEMENTVILLE. On the C. Sc X. 

AV. Ry in Milwaukee county, i miles 
north of Jlilwaukee, the judicial seat, 
banking and shipping point. Population, 
50. Exp., Am. Tel., W. U. 

Maechtle J, saloon. 
Milwaukee Cement Co. 



CEDAE LAKE. A postotlice in 
\Vansliara county, 20 miles northeast of 
Wautoma, the courty seat, 8 south of 
Waupaca, the nearest railroad station and 
I'snking point. Stages daily to Berlin and 
Waupaca; fare, 5 cents per mile. Popula- 
tion, 50. Mail, daily. P. B. Mumbrue, 
I'Oslmaster. 

Hutton J A, justice. 
Christensen R P, carpenter. 
James George H, saw mill. 
Muiiilirne I' It, Farmer. 

CEDAR EAPIDS. In Waupaca 
<" >'iiily, 20 miles from ^Vaupaca, the judi- 



CENTER. A postofUce in Rock coun- 
ty, 'J miles west of Janesville, the county 
seat, and 4 northeast of Foolsville, the 
usual shipping point. Janesville is the 
nearest banking point. Population, 7j. 
Mail, daily. J. W. Norton, postmaster. 

Conrad J S, general store. 

Crow John, cooper. 

Fisher C C, justice. 

Fisher John, carpenter. 

Graves C S, r lilroad, express and tel agt. 

Hanser Rev (Jsear (Lutheran). 

Lowery David, carpenter. 

Reli_' \Vm, carpenter. 

Il<>>s «.^ I'Ulior, Meat Market. 

S(h\ieller Rev John (German Ref M E). 

Snyder Fred, baiber. 

Thomas Rev (Methodist) 



CENTRALIA. A prosperous incor- 
porated city advantageously located on the 
west bank of the AVisconsiu river, dinclly 
opposite Grand Rapids, the judicial seat, 
and on the C, M. .V' St. P. Ry, iu W.iod 
county. It contains a hub and spoke fac- 
tory, 2 planing mills, a saw mill, 2 wood 
pulp mills, a llouring mill, a bank, a gra- 
ded school and au electric light plant 
which furnishes lia:ht for the two cities. 



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A live weekly newspaper, the E::tcrpvUe 
and Trihuiie, is pabiisiied. Tiie WiscoQ- 
sin liver at this poiut is verj' rapid and 
cnuld be utilized for a larse amount of 
manufacturirg. Tlse principal shipments 
are the products of the above mills, and 
lumber and craoberrits. Tel.,W. U. Esp., 
Am. Population, 1,J.J0. Mail, daily. J. 
\V. Natwicii, postmaster. 
Railey \Vm D, glass and tinware. 
Jiandelin August F, propr Ceiiiralia House. 
]!ank of Centralia fcapital, ^i-T.OOO), Jerre 

D 'Witter pres, Irving E Phiileo cash. 
Rarney Jliss Josie D, dressmaicer. 
Boormau Curtis A, physician. 
Houcher Napokoa J, harnessmaker. 
Bremer Frci W, machinist. 
Briere Cliarles, saloon. 
Brown W H <k Co (Wm 11 Brown, Edward 

C Ketchuiii), ice. 
Bruderli Gottfried, shoemaker. 
Burcliell Mrs Hannah 31, milliner. 
Casber^ John, saloon. 
Centralia Enterprise and Tribune, liossier 

& BrundaLjc proprs. 
Centralia ] louse, A F Bandelin propr. 
Centralia Pulp and Water Power Co, 

Frank Garrison pres, G F Steele sec. 
Chamberlain James, saloon. 
Cochran J Wilber, lawyer. 
Colcord Albert II, marble worker. 
Commercial Hotel, Damai=T! Katelle propr. 
Cooj.ier Tliomas J, justice. 
Corriveau Georsre A, tjeneral store. 
Daly C E cl- Co iChatles E and John Daly), 

meat market. 
Daly Frank E, jeweler. 
Demeroe Joseph, carpenter. 
Denny Onczne, .saloon. 
Dickson & CaryOValter J Dickson, Wm 

H Cary), livery. 
Dudley Frank, iiarber. 
Duncan Charles L, chief of police. 
Dustin A L. carpenter. 
Parish John, planinir mill. 
Fort Edward, Centr.alia iV Xorthcrn liail- 

road, Walter Scott pres, T B .'^rott sec 

and treas, Eii Sarf^ent chief engineer. 
Gerard l-ra H, lumb'.'r. 
Gog(;ins Bernard K. lawyer. 
Goidsnutli Mrs Hann.ah E, notions. 
Oreeul)enj wXiilttUsm, general store. 
Havenor Uobcrt A, priu of scliool. 
Hotel Lyon, Clark Lyon propr. 
Jackson ."Millini; Co, G J Jackson pres, 

Charles Mathuwa sec, flour mill. 
Johnson Claus, saloon. 
Joliu^nn, flill A- Co fXels Johnson, George 

M Hiil. Jtrre D Witter), general store." 
Ivellner Erne-t. treneral store 



Ivellucr Frederick E. saloon. 

Kellner F E & Co (FredL-rick Kellner. J,., 

seph Lamadeliue), general store. 
Lamadeline Joseph, saloon. 
Lemlcy Charles D, carpenter. 
Lyon JIiss Esther, pianos and organs. 
IfiaoEiiuiioii r" rtlnf;;? Co (Caoitii 

■slG.OOO), >;els Johnson' Pres, F '.Ma^^- 

Kinnon Sec and General Mngr, Hub an. 1 

Spoke Mnfrs. 
Mason Garrett, saloon. 
Zileunior Emery In. propr Universal House. 
Metmier Joseph, saloon. 
Sloore John F, waconniaker. 
Xash L 31 i Co (L M Xash, W T Jones,, 

hardware and farrji machinery. 
Sal^'iclt Jiiiiio.'t W, Postmaster and 

Furniture. 
Kelson Oscar, tailor. 
Nisson Mrs Dora, milliner. 
iSyvill Pev J W (Lutheran). 
Pattis in J 31, agt C, 31 A- St P Ry. 
Peeso Wm A, dentist. 
Peterson 31rs 3Iary^ uiiUiuer. 
Predion £trus t^S.iu! and George). 

Blacksmiths and Wu^oninakers. 
Patelle Damasz, propr Commercial Hotel. 
Ratelle Frank, livery. 
Reeves U H, teleirraph acrent. 
HcDiiii^toii Eloni-y ^V, Lawyer and 

Collections. 
Ridgmau Arthur L, physician. 
Piossier k, Brundage (Emil P. Rossier, Eii 

win B Brundage), proprs Enterprise ami 

Tribune. 
Routel 3Irs Jo.sephine, photographer. 
St Amotir Trtlley C, general store. 
Sickels Arthur, barber. 
Universal House, E X 3Ieiinier propr. 
Van Slate 3Iis3 Lillie, dressmaker. 
"Wisconsin \Vood Pulp Co, George L Wil- 
liams pres. Waller E 31ack sec. 
AVitter A- Taylor (J D Witter,T A Taylor-, 

insurance. 
Wolmuth Frederick, merchant tailor. 
Worthiugton Ralph C, drugs and exp ag' 

CENTREVILLE. In Trempcaha;: 
county, ;:iO miles southwest of Whiteli.ul. 
the county seat, and southwest of Gale-- 
ville, the usual banking and shipping point. 
Population, 200. 3rail, daily. John L- 
Sanderson, postmaster. 

Atwood 3Iiss Carrie, music teacher. 
Gibson W H, jUNtice and farm Impl.^. 
Johnson E R, blacksmith. 
Johnson H E, feed mill. 
3lHrtin E, barber. 
Rlimlrs K R, physician. 



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Siewcrt Cliarles, Hour mill. 
Tobey Q B, carpcutcr. 

CHAMBERLIN. Id "Waukesha 
couuty, 10 miles southeast of Wauke-slia, 
the juilicial seat aud banking point, aud 7 
from Mukwanat;o, the nearest shipping 
point. Mail, daily. Ann E. Chamberliu, 
postmaster. 

Lconni'd Jlarlin, Hotel and General 

Store. 
Pelty B, blacksmith. 



CHANDLER, Burnett county. 

K'2me changed to t^pooner. 



CHAELESBCJRGn. A village in 
Calumet county, 4i miles so\ith\vest of 
Chilton, the county seat, nearest railroad 
station and banking point. Population, 
200. N. Mahlberg, postmaster. 

Bersch John, hotel. 

Decker Kev .John (Catholic). 

Hoffman Joseph, shoemaker. 

Kreamer Matlicw, chee.sr; mnfr. 

Leitner Joseph, blacksmith. 

Mnlilbci-K Mtlioliiiis, General Store. 

CHASE. In Oconto county, 0.5 miles 
southwest of Oconto, the judicial seat. and 
•S from Little Suaniico, its shipping point, 
and 18 from Green Bay, Po[iulatiou, 20. 
Hail, semi-weekly. 

Knudson J, general store. 
Ladd B <t K, general store. 
Sellitz R, bhacksmiih. 

CHASEBURGH. A postoffice ou 
Coon creek, in Veinoa county, I'J miles 
northwest of V'iroipja, tlio couuty seat, 15 
southeast of LaCrosse.the nearest banking 
point, and S from .Stoddard, the nearest 
sbippjng point. «lage<t dally to La Crosse 
«n(l Viruqua; fare, 70 cents to either point, 
'opulation, 140. Mail, daily. C. L. 
•f I'Jstad, postmaster. 

Baker C "W, phv.'^ician. 

Brown J M, hotel and justice. 

^.•"■y R F, saloon. 

tlifis.-burgli Creamery. 

""yt & Aiken, lio\ir mill. 

Jfiisen Kev K (Lutheran) 

•r»r.sfii A; riii«l:i<l, Blacksmitlis. 

-NHlmiek 11 O, saw mill. 

- tison Stephen, lurabermeu's supplies. 

Oerdmg I'.t^v C K (Lutherau). 



Patzke Robert, harnessmakcr. 
Peterson Andrew, shoemaker. 
Rannetsberger, -wugonmaker. 

CHAT. A postoffice in Lincoln coun- 
ty, lUj miles north of Merrill, the seat of 
juslice, shippicir and banking point. Pop- 
ulation, 1.5U. JIail, tri-weekly. Richard 
Town, postmaster. 
Monro S W & Co, fruit. 




CHEESEVILLE. On Lake Michi- 
gan, in Door county, C miles southeast of 
Sturgeon L!ay. the judicial seat, nearest 
banking and shipping point. It contains 
a church and a district school. Tri-weekly 
mail stage to Ahuapec and Sturi.'eou Bay. 
Population, lOO. F. McDermott, post- 
master. 

Eldred John, fisherman. 

Gjyere Kev U (Lutheran). 

^lackey John, lislierniau. 

Madoclic A: McOerinolt, General 

Store aud Cheese Mnfrs. 
Mathison ifc Xygard, general store, 
Nelson Ole, blacksmith. 
]{oberts George, fisherman. 
Woodard L F, IJsherman. 

CHELSEA. A iirosperoua village on 
the Wis, Central Line, in Taylor county, 12 
miles north of Medford, the judicial seat 
and banking point, Kxp, , N. P. Tel,, 
W. U, Population, 500. A. II. Young, 
postmaster. 

Ashley E L. justice. 

Itar<Uvoll iV Toiing^ (Sherman Bard- 
well, .VIbeit H Young), Gener^il Store. 
Chelsea House, C H Gearhart propr. 
Diamond House, W II Haight prupr. 
Elliott J, saloon. 

Gearhart Albertus A. general store. 
Gearhart Charles II. propr Chelsea House. 
Haight \Vm H. propr Diamond House. 
3ior^ fSoberl, Grocer and Hotel. 
Mclliigli .Mi,ss Jennie, teacher, 
Madison W II, railroad, exp and tel agt. 
Mulz George, shoemaker. 
Penny John, barber, 
Schroock Charles, bluckcinith. 
Slifar Uoiirj', Cattle Breeder. 
Star Hotel. Robert Kecs propr. 
Tiefenbiicher John, eroceries and meats. 
Van Dusen O D, saw mill. 
Wasehotka Peter, .saloon. 
Williams T F, physician. 

^CHESTER. A postoffice on the C. v,t 
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from Juneau, the judicial seat, ami 'Jj 
from AVaupuH, its liankinii point. Zxp., 
Am. Tel., W. U. D. L. Boyle, post- 
master, railroad, telegraph and express 
agent. 

CHETEK. A pleasantly situated vil- 
lage on lake of the same name aad on 
the C, St. P., M. &, O. ny, in Carron 
county, 2-lv! miles northwest oi Milwaukee, 
13 southeast of Barron, the county seat, 
and 14 southeast of Rice Lake, the nearest 
banking point. !?etT'ert in 1>T0, it cotjtaina 
grist and planing mills, Lutheran, German 
Catholic, Jlethodist and Presbyterian 
churches, a district school and a public 
library. A weekly paper, the C'lrtck Alert, 
is published. It is a favorite summer re- 
sort, and theie is good hunting andJisiilng 
in the neighborhood. Grain, lumber, 
shingles and hardwood are shipped. Pop- 
ulation, -10(1. Tel., W. U. Lip., Am. 
Peter Swansby, postmaster. 

Baier Adam, harnessmaker. 

Bailey Abel, physician. 

Blutchford .Samuel, mason. 

Bull Isaac, real estate and ins. 

Burnham Warren J, furniture. 

Butler B F, railroad, cxp and tel agt. 

Butler Ilaltie, milliner. 

Butler Isaac, gardeacr. 

Carver M K, county supt schools. 

Cbappel Thomas K, barber. 

Chase T C, furniture. 

Chetek Alert, 'Walttr Speed editor. 

Chetek ILjusc, D C AVond propr. 

Chetek Public Library, Walter Speed li- 
brarian. 

Dixon Ilf'nry J, tbiur and feed. 

Eighray 15 L, lawyer. 

Eversou Ole, guuMuitli. 

Flinn W W, uursiry. 

Gansky Michael, meal market. 

Gilbert Fiaid;, carpenter. 

Gilbert .lo^epli, justice. 

Goode Kev Wm L i.Unitcd Brethren). 

Gransky Michael, meat market. 

Hanson Fredericl<, gen store and ImpLs. 

Harris Kdwin, grocer. 

Harri.s Ilniner, )ihotographer. 

Harris Simeon 11, gunsmith. 

Hazeltine L II. gardener. 

Huckzler Jacob, painter. 

Hulberl Miss ilatlie, milliner. 

Kleve John, blacksmith. 

Klinger .foscph P, shoemaker. 

Knapp, Stout it Co Ci-nipauy, J W ?ilun- 
nell rangi, genera) .^ture and tlour mill. 

Lousley Philij), deputy .shcrilX. 

iloe Bernard, steamship ticket agent. 



.Moe i^eter A. general store. 

Moore Charles W. gen store and lumber. 

^Mueller R, prin school. 

Munnell James W, mngr Knapp, Stout o; 

Co Company. 
Museus Charles F. saloon. 
Nichols Lucien H, physician. 
Olson Andrew, drugs and baloon. 
Olson Stephen, saloon. 
Oike Rev' A J (Lutheran). 
Peterson Charles, blacksmith. 
Phoenix Rev (Presbyterian). 
Price George ^\', barber. 
S£oiir<!cii Tlioinas \V, Grocer and 

Livery. 
Regulator House, Victor Woolcutt prot^r. 
Rickerd House, George B Uickerd propr. 
Kobbins Wm U, physician. 
Slilor Korraan H, lawyer. 
Slocum Rcv C A (Adventisl i. 
Southworth Fred A, hardware. 
Speed Walter, editor Alert. 
Strong Dewitt C, physician. 
Swan Charles H, livery. 
Uves John, bricklayer. 
Wood David C. propr Chetek House. 
■W'ooiciilt Victor, Priipr iiegulator 

House; also General .Store, Liverv and 

Meat JIarket. 

CHILTON. An iucorporaiod cily on 
the Mnnitinvi.c river, and on the M. & N. 
U. R , in Calumet county, of which it is 
the county seat, 79 mile; uorthwett of .Mil- 
waukee. It contains 2 tlour mills, a plan- 
ing mill, a chair factory, 2 machine shops. 
2 grain elevators, a brewery, a malt house. 
a bank, 2 weekly newspapers — the H7s- 
koiisia Viiaokrat and the Vhiltfoi 'Tlmas — 1 
churches — 2 Catholic, 1 Evangelical and 1 
Congregational — good schools, a public 
library with 400 volumes, and a volunteer 
fire department with hook and ladder trucl; 
and hand cugiue. The manufacturing of 
cheese is the principal industry of tl'.e 
farming community. Land ranges i" 
price from xlO to -STo per acre. D:.i:y 
stage to Stockbridge. Bonded debt. -^T.- 
GOO; assessed valuation of real and pergon- 
al property, $47-").000. Population, 1.4J"i. 
Exp., Am. Ttl., W. U. George V. 
Breed, postmaster. 
Alves Hermann, cheese mnfr. 
Arnold Henry, publr Wiskonsin Demo 

krat. 
Haier ('aspar, shoemaker. 
Bass Martin, mason. 
Hechleu \Vin, merchant tailor. 
Bell Anton, wagonmakcr. 
Bereus Theodore, carpenter. 



Palace and Dining Cars 

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Vr<\u\nrl/ l\^n lncni-"nriO Pn Cash Assets, $UO,OOO.noO. l Norllivicstern Brniicli 
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Bersch Joseph, propr AViscotsiu House. 

Blake AVm, milk. 

Boll ^MIss Auna, coufeclioner. 

Boll Valentine, saloon. 

Bossliard John, paiiiler. 

Bowen "Wm, stone quarry. 

Breed Georjje D, chcLse mnfr. 

Carter Frederick, brick mnfr. 

C'ciilrill lloii-iCiCliarles Koiuke Propr. 
{See adc, beloic.) 

Cliilton House, .lacob Jaekels propr. 

Chilton Times, Hume Bro.s proprs. 

City Hotel, ^Vm Ester propr. 

Commcford Thomas, propr ^Vestern Hotel. 

Connelly Mrs Mary, carpet weaver. 

Dignin Mi.ss Fannie, dressmaker. 

Doljratz Fritz, coojier. 

Dorschel Lucas D. m,;yor. 

Dorschel L D & Bro (Lucas D and Greg- 
ory), i^eneral store. 

Borstliti, Scliiill/: iV Co (Win Dor- 
echel, Thu(idore tSchultz, Gei>n;e Wip- 
permann, Georj^c ^teiulell, PJauing Mill, 
Contractors and JJuiUlers. 

Dougherty Harney, blacksmith. 

Dumke Ernst, milhvriglit. 

Dumke Fritz, saloon. 

Durnke iSlsters (Misses Uose and Clara), 
milliners. 

Egerer Frank .T, saloon. 

Lrdniann & Kersten (Henry Erdmann, 
Theo J Kersten). meat market. 

Ester AVm, propr City Hotel. 

Feind Julius, real estate and loans. 



Feldt Adolph, painter. 
Fields L it Son (Lemuel au 



jewelers. 
Fischer Joseph, shurilT. 
Flatley Thomas, general store 
Forkin 5Irs Anna, mdliner. 
Forkiu JIartin, general store. 
Fox Francis, justice. 
Freund Otto, cliewe mnfr. 
Freyer Albert, brewer. 
Gauche Kev James K'alholic) 



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Geisse Lawreuce D, machiuisl. 

German Exchange Bank (capital, )?10,o)0), 

Theodore Kerateu pres, Henry Kersteu 

cash. 
GleuQ Truman J, blacksmith. 
Goessling Charles A, blacksmith. 
Groeschel Josepli, apiarist, 4 miles n. 
Groetzinffer Charles, marble works. 
Gatheil Ferdinand U, saloon. 
Gutheil Mrs Helen, confectioner. 
Hall Edward, livery. 
Hal! Philip, carpenter. 
Harder Fred J, cheese mnfr. 
Harper & Crawford (Justin Harper, An- 
drew Crawford), wood. 
Heil Isicholas, grocer. 
Heyraer Aruo. saloon. 
Hoffmann Peter, blacksmith. 
Hugo Cliristopher JI, cigar mnfr. 
Hume Bros (\Vm A and John P), proprs 

Chilton Times. 
Jaekels Jacob, propr Chilton House. 
Jensen Emil, auctioneer. 
Jenss Adolph, marble and granite. 
Jones David T, physician. 
Kemps Carl, wagonmaker. 
Kerker James D, express. 
Kersten Gerhard >r, poultry breeder. 
Kersten Henry, cash German Exchange 

Bank. 
Keisteu Theodore, pros German Exchange 

Bank. 
Kirwan & Wippermana (James Kerwaii, 

Hermann Wippermann), lawyers, 
Klotz John, saloon. 
Knauf, Juckem & Berger (Nicholas 

Kuauf, Peter Juckem, John Berger), 

general store. 
Koinke Clinrlcs, Propr Central 

House. {See aili; In'^'W.) 
Kraua Hubert, propr 'Washingtoa House. 
La Count David, physician. 
Liudemutli Richard, wagonmaker. 
Lindermann Peter, cheese mnfr, 3 miles s. 
Luce Joseph, iiliysician. 



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Luelh'je P F ifc Co lErnit LSruhn), bottlers. 
Luther Charles, shoemaker. 
Lutz George, shoemaker. 
!McCabe John It, cheese mnfr. 
McCabe Miss Mary J. dressmaker. 
JlcCoale John, book agent 
McGovcrn Patrick H. priii high school. 
McGrJilli I'ranU, Mnfr Carriaces, 
Wagons, Sleighs and General Black- 
smiihioe; Ilorsesboeinsr a Specialty. 
IMcMulleii John E, lawyer. 
Jlartin Piov h (KvaDielicai). 
?Icinardiis ICiiiil, Teacher of Vocal 
and Instrumental Music; Lessons Given 
on Piano and Urgan. 
Jleyor \\m P, cheese mnfr. 
!Mi!es \Vm, blacksmilh, 
^Miller Adam, harnessmaker. 
Miller Joseph, barber. 
Moonoy Edward J, register of deeds, 
^toore Kev George E ((.kaigregational). 
ilulcahy M'm, county clerk. 
^Murphy Miss Katie, dressmaker. 
>;ellessen Egedius. blacksmith. 
Xellessen Kicholas, ice. 
2\icholaon George & Co (George Niciiol- 
sou jr, Frank Lepper, John F Sell), 
gODCral store. 
Xoth All)ert, mason. 
O'Donnell Sisters (Margaretta and Annie), 

milliners. 
Paulsen Miss Bertha, rau■^!c teacher. 
Paulsen Wm, general store. 
Petersen it Jensen (Peter iVterseu, Y.mW 

JensiMi), meat market. 
Phelps Edward, mason. 
Pingle liros (Ucury and Edwardi, cheese 

ninfrs. 
Piper John, cheese mnfr. 
Porter ^Vallace A, railroad and exp agent. 
IJeblilz Eros (George and John), fluur mill. 
Held James, boots anil shoes. 
Ikightley George, painter. 
Peynolils Joseph B, district attorney. 
Itocckcr Wm. merchant tailor. 
UoUmann Henry, drugs and wall paper. 
Rolhman Wm, grocer. 
Kyan r>ros (Dennis and John), cheese 

mnfrs. 
Schabach Henry, mason. 
SchaclTer Wm F, farm inipts. 
Scblichting Reinhard, brewers' agent. 
Schneider Frederick G R, harnessmaker. 
Schneider Jolin, saloon. 
Sfliicbcrl fSros (Paul O and Frederick 
W),' I'hotographcrs: Life-Size Crayons 
and Children's Pictures a Specialty, 
Kiel and Chilton. 
Schwar/. John, baker. 



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Schweitzer tt Broeker (Plnllp Schwtilze 

Edward Broeken, farm impts. 
Scott Sirs >;ellie, dressmaker. 
Severin Henry, county sujU sciiools. 
Severin Jacob, county surveyor. 
Steinke Jlichael J, saloon. 
Stephany Joseph, county treasurer. 
Strassburger Bros (August and Wmv 

ware. 
Sturm Bros (Joseph and Edward), meats. 
Sturm &, Limburg (Casper Sturm, John 

Limburg), livery. 
Tecks John, clothing. 
Tousey Charles, barber. 
Trebus Wm. bouts and shoes. 
Turners' Ha!!,Tiun Verein Society proprs. 
Vahldieck Andrew H. muchini'^t. 
Verbcrk Rev Anthony J (Catholic). 
Vincent Samuel, cleik of court. 
Wacuan Otto F, plioloiirapher. 
Washington House, Hubert Kraus propr. 
Weius John P, cheese mnfr. 
Western Hotel, Thomas Corameford propr. 
Wippermann IJros (Charles and Wm), chair 

mnfrs. 
Wippermann Charles, furniture. 
AViscousin Ho\ise, Joseph iSersch propr. 
Wiskonsin Demokrat, Henry Arnold 

publr. 
Zech Bros (Henry and John), flour mill. 
Zech Bros & Blau (Henry and John Zech, 

Nicholas BUnO, grain and coal. 
Zeillcy Henry E, physician. 



CHIMNEY ROCK. A viTa-e in 
Trempealeau county, 13 miles northwest 
of WliilLbail, the c lunty setit, antl north 
of Independence, the nearest railroad sta- 
tion . AVbilehall is the nearest banking 
(loint. Stages to Whitehall and Eau Claire. 
Population, om. Mail, daily. H. O. 
Ilaagensen, postmaster. 

Guldseth Rev O ilailheran). 
ESiiMKCii'"*'!! II O, (ieueral Store. 
Hangeusi'u John, justice. 
Holstad T (), insuiaiicc. 
Jacobsen Jacob, carpenter. 
Matson Bent, carpenter. 
Oisen Qonuf, blacksmith. 

CHIPPEWA CITY. On the Chip- 
pewa river, in Cidpiiewa county, 15 miles 
north of Chippewa Falls, the county seat, 
nearest railroad staliim and banking point. 
Stages Iri-weekly to Cliippewa Falls. Pop- 
ulation, 2.50. Mail, triweekly, F. 0- 
Stanley, postmaster. 

Chippewa Orchestra. 
Ferguson Seth, machinist. 



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inpr anil Frek-ht F.LtVATOllS. Pumps. AVurehnuaii and Si 
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Henienenway D, bliicksmitb. 

McGill Will, carpenter. 

Schroeder Wni, lintel. 

Slaiilcy F O iV t; A, GcneriU Store and 

Saw Mill. 
Swan Albert, carpenter. 



CHIPPEWA CROSSING. Ashland 
county. See Glidden. 

CHIPPEWA PALLS. The judicial 
seat of Chippewa co;inty, is a prnsperou.'^, 
incorporated city Incited on the Chippewa 
river, the Wi?. Central Line, the C, il. & 
St. P., and C, St.; P., M. A: O. Hys, 318 
nii!e3 (air line) northwest of Jlilwaul;ee 
and 11 northeast of Eaii Claire. It. was 
platted bj' 11. S. Allen in ISGIi, and incor- 
porated as a village the same year. The 
city contains Baptist, Catholic, Knlscopal, 
Kvans^elical Lutheran, Mel liodistJiIpiscopal 
and Picsbyterian churche.i, good irraiied 
schools, an opera hou?c. 3 banks, a brew- 
ery, 2 sash, door and blind factories. 2 
lioiirlng mills, a woolen mill. 2 hospitals 
and one of the lar!:;csl lumber mills in the 
Northwest, and numerous well stocked 
special and general stores, etc. The press 
is represented by 1 daily newspaper, the 
Indepcndenl, and" 3 weeklies, the Tinus-Ia- 
dcjtendcnt, Ikrald aniX the Cilhnlir.&uiiiul. 
The city is lighted by electricity and ijas, 
has an cxccllenl system of water works, a 
well equipped and t llicicnt lire deparlmeul, 
and telephone exchange. Lumber is large- 
ly shipped. Stages tri-weckly to Flambeau; 
fare, $2. Tel., W. U Exp., Am. and 
Northern Pacific. Population, !),00(i. L. F. 
."^lartin, postmaster. 
Abel Anton, mason. 
Adams & Goyette (Nelson Adams, Emilu 

E Goyette), barbers, 3 E Sprinjr. 
-Vndarl Lawrence, saloon, TiUS Bridt'-c. 
Andersen Evald, hardware, 9 E Canal. 
.'VndcrsoQ .John A, co judfe, l(i'.) Biidfe. 
Anderson & I5owe(,lolin A Anderson, Wm 

M liowe), lawyers. 109 liridce. 
Apmacn John D, s.iloon, 12-1 Bay. 
-Srmstrdiii; Harlow C, grocer, 721 Ili.ch. 
Avard Aliss Mary C. drcsnikr, 3UT Bridge. 
Bailey iM S & Co (Melbourne S Baili-y, 

A Hoffman), real estate. Metropolitan 

block. 
Baker \Vm, county surveyor. 
Ballard Eveline M, jewelery, Sprinsr. 
Ballard Sanford C, harlicr. 2(i Sprin,'i.' 
liarrett Edwin .1, llorist, 211 E Vine. 
B'lrtlett Wm B, dairyman. 
Bastien Ludi;er, boaraing house, 201 W 

Spring. 



Belair Adolph, gen store, 624 Bridge. 

Berard Felix, meats, ."102 Bay. 

Bergevin Adelard. saloon, 13 W Spring. 

P.ergovin Peter, cinthing, 105 Bridge. 

Bernilt John F, boarding house, 1 Bay. 

Bigler Adolph. baker, 302 Bay. 

Bish Alfred A, photogr. Central nr Dun- 
can. 

])ishel Lorenz, meats, 522 Bridge. 

Bishop Ileury, photogr, .Metropolitan blk. 

Blancheite Napoleon P, confectioner, 1 E 
Canal. 

B'umhardt Christian, saloon, 3G Spring. 

Bonnier Isaac, propr Grand Mailre House, 
36 ^V Central. 

Boucher Amcde, hotel, 523 Briilge. 

Boucher Charles P, saloon, 21 ^\' Spring. 

Bowler Powhatan, barber, 33 \V Spring. 

Box Francis L. sewing machines, 101 ^\' 
Columbia. 

Box iMrs Maltha, boarding house, lOt W 
Columbia. 

BtriKllurcl IJoberl E, Pension, In- 
surance and lical Estate Airent, Notary 
and Justice of Peace, 9 W Central. {&'e 
ado, p i:l.) 

Brewster Bros {\\m A and George E), ice, 
AV^oodward ave. 

Brewster George, dairy. 

UrcAvsltT J>«>rcii l>. Heal Estate and 
Lumberman, Union Block (Sec ado, }) 
CIO ) 

Broadhurst Rev W A (Presbyterian).' 

Brooks Henry L, marble works, 111 E 
Columbia. 

Brooks John !M, livery, 115 W Spring. 

l!i-iihliuir John, tailor, 1 Bridge. 

Bunt/, Charles, engineer water works. 

Burk John, boarding house. 201 L'tutral- 

Burt George, furniture repairer, 32 E 
Grand ave. 

ButteiUeld Walter E, saloon, Stanley 
House. 

Bu7/,ell Francis M, agt N P Exp Co, 19 E 
Central. 

Casar Charles J, harness, 21 W Spring. 

Ca ;iar Gustav, jeweler, ^ W Spring. 

Camcstral George, barber. 11"^ Bay. 

('ardiiial Felix, saloon, 220 Brid'.'e. 

Cardinal Frederick, shoemuker, 000 
Bridge. 

Cardinal Simon, hotel. 118 River. 

Carroll Kod, saloon, 324 Bridge. 

Cary Edward, real estate. 202 Bridge. 

Catholic Sentinel Publishing Co, Kev C F 
X Gold.smith pres, David C Chisholm 
sec ami treas, publrs C'atludic Sentinel, 
3G E Grand ave. 
Caulkins Kev T Vassar (Baptist). 
Cherrier Moses, saloon, 30 .Main. 



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Chippewa Club, B F .Milkr prc-s, F M 

Hichardsoa fc-c, 2i2Brid:;e. 
'Chippewa B'alls Art Assn, llrs II H Rowe 
prcs, Miss Jlamie Kicliardsnn sec. 

Chippewa Falls Dusiuess CoUeire, Charles 
H Howieson propr, 503 Brid>^e. 

Chippewa Falls Cemetery Assn, II II 
Todd sec. 

Chippewa Fails Pioneer Cornet Band, 
Charles Huppe leader. 

Chi|ppewa Fall.1 I'lambiiiff and Supply Co, 
iM F II livaii mnt;r, lOy W Central 

Chippewa Falls Waterworks und Light- 
ing Co, J B Kehl pres, II B Shamp 
sec. 

Chippewa Health Club (capital. ^-50, 000), 
Thaddeus C Pound pres and treas, M 6 
Bailey sec. 

Cliipp<-'\-.:i Slcrald 'i'lie. Herald 
Piinting Co Publrs, K Oiitiiwaite Mngr. 

Chippewa Logginsr Co, Frederick Weyer- 
haeuser pres and treas, Horace Q Chi- 
chester acting sec. 

Chippewa Lumber and Boom Co. Freder- 
ick \Veyerhaeu--er pres, Win Irvine sec 
and mngr. 

Cliiii|»c«ii Valley i^Zort'niililc I'o, 
Leslie Willson I'res, Jolm 1 AVillsou 
Vice-Pres, H D Post Sec, A J Post 
Treas, Wholesale Grocers, 'J and 11 E 
Central. (&<? adx, p -19.) 

Chippewa Valley I'ublishiiig Co, pul>lra 
Daily Independent and Chippewa Times, 
17 F Central. 

Chisholm & Kennedy (David Chisholm, 
Robert Kennedy), flour mills, OIU Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Christopherscu JIarie mbroidery,401 Bay. 

Clark Knbert, mngr Sunday Creek Coal 
Co, 112 Bay 

Clouticr Charles, saloon, 2(12 liiver. 

Coderre Lntii^, justice. IIG Bridge. 

Coleman Dudley G. insurance. 

Coleman Kdward H, clerk circuit court. 

Coleman & Gormley (Bernard Coleman, 
Brj-au Gormley), carpenters. 

CoUette Fiedi-iick, .saloon, 2o Bay. 

Collettc .t Trudell (,I E Cillette, .lohn II 
Trudell), furniture. 

Collette Urgel, drugs, 212 I'.ridL'e. 

Collins George .1, Hour and feed, 51 E Cen- 
tral. 

Coudit Frederick T. judge municipal court. 

Conners Chipuian B. logijer. 

Connor Thomas .l.di.-triet atty.li:', Bridtre. 

t'oiiwa) tV SatnU't i Win E Conway, 
Christoplier Sundetl, Piaimsand Crgaua, 
8 Spring. 

Cooley Sjienrer H, lime, 19 Bay. 



Copeland Miss Minnie, newspaper corr. 

pondent, 19 W Central. 
Cosgriir Richard H, loirger. 
Cote .loseph, propr Cote~House.414 Brid,' 
Craig John "\V, restaurant. US W Sptii:„ 
Cuddy Joseph F. lawyer, Union Ijlk. 
Cumminss Matthew J, lumbjr, cor Hi,-;; 

and Birch. 
Dalton Wm T, register of deeds. 
Daly John F, grocer, 92(j Pearl. 
Darling George, dairy. 
Davis John, saloon, 2^ miles n. 
Deaux Joseph, dairy. 
De La Molte Joseph V B, saloon, 17 W 

Sprine. 
Dettloff Herman, drucs. 120 Bridge. 
Dickolt' Uev P (Ciiholic). 
Di.xon & Son (Jacob and Walter D), 

bLicksmitlis, Island. 
Dodds Wm P, carpenter. 
Donovan Edward R, shoemaker, Bay. 
Dresco .John, grocer, Allen. 
Dugal Joseph, logger. 
Dukel'jw Thomas, cooper, 118 E Cedar. 
Duncan John A, general store, cor Maia 

and Canal. 
Duncan Richard B. painter, 14 W^ Birch. 
Dunigtin Beru.ard F, county clerk. 
Early, Bi.nvn & Brewster' Henry W Early, 

James V and Heiirv r.rov,-n, Loreu D 

Brewslen, real ctate, 123 Bridge 
S",Hrlv Oc'orsc 15, Real Estate, 13 E 

Willow. 
Karly ISfiiry ^V, Mavor and Dealer 

in Lands and Lngs, ];; E V.'illow. 
Early & Brown (Henry W Early, Jnmes I! 

Brown), lumlier, 13 E Willow. 
Iv.'gan luireliiiirht T, jTopr Skandinavian 

'll..ii<e. V) V, liiver. 
ii)li('iisoii Bmi'.h'IU' S, JIhlt C & J 

Michel Brewing Co, near Omalia Depot. 

(.S<- .idr, p :ji.) 
Erinaiinger Alexander, logger. 
JOverett Elmer H, hor.>-o breeikr. r,H E Elm. 
Favell Preston T, miigr W U Tel Co, VJ 

E Central. 
Felix Paul, logger. 
Ferguson Wm S, saloon, 207 Bridge. 
Fink Josiah, blacksmith, cor Prairie and 

Elm. 
First National Bank (capital, §100,000 ; 

surplus, .'fo0,000), Lemuel C Stanley 

pres, Lorenzo M Newman cash. 111 

Bridge. 
Flandcr.s Edward, logger, 
Fl.iriu Florian. saloon, 121 Bay. 
F(>iii)e Rev J A (Catholic) 
Forcier Noel, saloon, 2 Main. 
Forcier Peter, meats, 10 ilaiu. 
Ford Arthur, sheriff. 



North Star Iron Works. 

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nrilY,.">001mdilH- Ki.irlni'ers, Mactiinists. Founders, I!oileriu.ll^eni. 
In re-Ills, S,HT Mill Miichhipr) . Jlinlnt' Jhichiiier), CorlKl and HI,--li 
t.'cl Eugines, Rollers, rov.erTransmlltlug }Iachluer}',etc. Seep. U 



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GeDcral Assortment of PlauLs aud F-ull'S. Dealer in Real Estate. Piuo and Hardwood Lands BougUt 
and Sold on C'anmisbion. 

CHIPPEV"/A FALLS A?3D EAU CLAIRE. - WlSCOriSSn. 



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. . , . - - , _^ Meal.'i Served at All Hoiir.s of the Daj- or 

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^C.-Ir-'J .} . //■^, ^' ^-~ tion. Also Di.-ak.rm 

Fina Wines, Liqaors auJ Cig.irs, 

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PETEE L3G0 & SOH, ,_j, „^ /.i^^r— ■ .. , 

Livery and Sale Stables (^';^"g^ 

BEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY AT REASON ABL 3 TrICES. 

S I'RCI.VL AT T 1:M I ON iaVHN TO TU . Wl-l.lNft MKN . 

7 East Spring street, CHIPPEWA FALLS, WIS. 

Chicago, L!ilHo!;ee & St, Paul !1|, t:::t:M and Mbd 



WISGOnSIN VENETIAN BIINO CO.. , . ;»^-rPAc.TrnKHs op ^ 

Omcea^Fuctory, -JSlLaio St.. .IIII-WALKKE, WIS. LElcSt liilprQVCU '^ 8il B liBIl D il PiUS. 



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Forster & Andrews (Miss Anna M Forstt^r, 
Mrs Gussie L Andrews), milliners, :203 
Bridge. 

Fortier Joseph J. ph}'siciaii, 004 Bridge. 

Fos3um Ole J, shoemaker. 217 Bridge. 

Foiirnier "Wenceslaus, music teacher, r^.5 
W Central 

Fradet j'Mrs F, confectioner, llil Bay. 

Frederickson Tosteu, shoemaker. 18 --W 
Central. 

French House, Tiburs Lebouef propr, 22 
Bay. 

French Lumbering Co (capital, !j.'53.000), 
Joseph Mandelett pres, Charles ^landel- 
ert sec and tresis, gen store, lOi Bridge. 

Frenettc Joseph. b"irl)er. 'JJ lia}'. 

Frlcdcrifli Jacol) t'j, ILiriiessmnker 
22 W Central. iScf adc, p -J'Jl ) 

Gale Jo'iiu '^\', Dentist, Brid^'e and 
Spring. 

Gallaher Jerome B, photocr, 100 Bridie. 

Gallaher Mrs M.'uuart t J.'l.ird.s.liKiBridge. 

Gardiner, JSiUrlieldt-f A; Welles, 
Lumber. "\lnfrs and Dealers, Lyni,s.lowa, 
James f I Vrooman Agent. I'J- Bridge. 

Gardinicr Barney, dentist, 121 Bridge. 

Gartman House, Leonard Gartman propr, 
32 Spring. 

Gaynor it Williams (Thomas Oaynor, Cle- 
ment C Willianu), proprs Uiverside Ho- 
tel, 12S Kiver. 

Gillmore George A, money broker. 

Gilman Helen C, physician. 212 Bridge. 

Globensky John, saloon. 12 Main. 

Goddard Henry J, agt Am Exp Co, 12 W 
Central. 

Goethel Bros (Charies F, .\lbert P and 
Herman O). L'r. ,^ers, 512 Bridge. 

Goldsmith liev C F X (Cathnlic). 

Good Luck Drug Co (capital, .-;aO 000). 
Edward M Stapleton pre.s and sec. Louis 
W Stapleton tre.as, ?, W Spring. 

Gormley Frank, grocer, 7~'4 E Grand ave. 

Gondii .-Vrllmr, Attorney at-Law and 
Collection Agency, over Lumbermen's 
National Bank. 

Grand Mailre House, Isaac Bonnier propr, 
30 W Centra!. 

Grand Opera House, ^.'ewniau A;. Coleman 
mngrs. 

Graves Mrs Mary J, restaurant. 13 Bay. 

Greenwood \V'm R, crockery, 107 Bridge. 

Gregoire Adolph, saloon, 110 Hivcr. 

Gross Eugene, general store. Oil Bay. 

Grossman Edwanl, tailor, 1.5 W Central. 

Guldan Joseph G, wagonmkr, ."^ E Grand. 

Hackett Davis, pine lauds, cor Central and 
Bridge. 

Haley D.iuiel, saloon, 23 \V Ceritral. 

Hainberger Joseph, shoemkr, 110 Kiver.. i 

Chicago fi Grand Trunk % 



Hamlin Frank, register of deedi. 

Hamlin I>ailore, biksmilh, ix W River. 

Hanks Walter S, photogr, 30 Cedar. 

llftrloff Wm E, painter. 

Hayes Charles A, physician. Union bik. 

Headquarters Giocery Co, H W Le Clare 
pres, Louis A Boucher sec. 10 Spring. 

Hearty Miss Hannah A, milliner, W 
Central. 

Hegemauu Rev Theodore (CalholicV 

Hennemann Frederick, farm impts, .jlS 
Bridge. 

BJernNl Priitliiiy: Co, George CGinty 
Pres, Lycurgus J Ku.-k Vice- Pres, Ed- 
ward Outhwaite Sec, Publrs The Chip- 
pewa Herahl, 13 )i CoUunbia. 

Hering Carl & Bro 'Carl and Giistavi, 
blacksmiths, 18 W Willow. 

HiU & liussell (Samuel Hill. David Rus- 
sell), wagonmakers, Bridge and River. 
I Himmelsbaeh Bern.ard, saloon, 023 Bridge. 
j iEoiJire !;!i. Wholesale and Rtfaii 
I 'Wines, Liquors and Cigr.rs; Pure Goods 
j a Specialty, 12 Bridge. 

Hoenig Brrs A; CoiO'Jo and Albert Hoe- 
I nig), hardware. 111 BridL'e. 
j Holler Jciliu C, apiarist. W liiver. 

Hoffman Charles F, tailor, luO Bay. 

HoITman Samuel, arli^t. 

Hojikius Johu A, blacksmith, cor Central 
and High. 

Honpe Ch.arles, cicar mnfr, .TIH Bridire. 

Howard & Gillette (Mi-:3 Margaret How- 
ard, Miss Cora Gillette), bleachers, 1> 
Spring. 

Howie.- on John W, Iiouse mover, 702 Bay. 

Hoyt Wm R, lawyer. 

llurd Heiberl H, "physician, 3 W Spring. 

llusted Sylvester D, jiine lands. 

lllion Rev F (Methodist). 

Inlrowitz Frank G, gunsmith, 31.j Bridge. 

Jameson Amos J, dyer, 13 E Grand ave. 

Jenkius Bros iSaraiiel and Uufus A), dry 
goods, 123 Bridge. 

Jenkins George P, shries. 117 Bridge. 

.leiiliiiis A; Ji'iiTii!i«. (Walter W and 
John J), Attorneys-at-Law. HI Bridge. 

Joas Frank, gents' filings, ].") W Spring. 

Johnsiui ,\lcxander, saloon, cor Bridge 
and Central. 

,loiiiis4tii \cls. Pianos, Organs and 
Sewing Machines, 215 Bridge. 

Jones it Stone (Sim Jones, Frederick 
Stone), barbers. 21 1 Bridge. "Z 

Kahu & Jacobs (Isaac R Kahn, Abraham 
Jacobs), dry goods, cor Bridge and 
Spring. 

Kalk Bros &, Co (Charles E and OttoKalk, 
Auffust P Dipple), meats, 020 BridL'e. 

Kehl John B, propr Gl..nu Roller Mi.l-. 

The Favorite Route East 

VIA NIAGARA FALLS. 



Chjcap fi Grand Tfunfc Fij 



Palace and Dining Cars 

I OM ALL THROUGH TRAINS. 



cm AND BUEINKSS DIKECTOKY. CIII 



I lSI IE WILLSON, President. JOHN I. WILLSOX, Vice President, Winona. 

■ - ■ H. p. roST, Seoretaiy. A. J. POST, Treasurei 

CHIPPEWA VALLEY MERCANTILE CO, 

& a.r:.d. 11 lEast Cer~-tra,l Street, 



HALL. E. J. SF:Y.MOUi;. A. P. DAHL. 

SC011S1N GOLLEOTIOH AGENCY 

S|iscinl MteiitJoii Given to CollGclions of all Kinds. 

PEKSIOr^J AGEITJTS. 

Solicitors of chiima before all lU-partmeuts of the U. S. Government. Sleamsbip, 
Surveyiug, Loud, lusuniuce and Ileal Ebtalc Agency. 

Office in f/ietropolitan Block, - CHIPPEWA FALLS. WISCONSIN. 

HEAVY AIIB SHELE HAaBWAES 

Guns, Ammunition, Cutlery, Stoves, Tinware, ^s^-^^tcsssBBosBBSr- \ 

House Furnisiiings and Lumbermen's 
Supplies. 

Nos. 119 and 121 Bridge Street, CHIPPEWA FALLS, WIS. L_ J"-^5^S:=^5 

^=^'^--^, L. 1). BREWSTER, 



AND DEALER IN 



'L-''7;.\/..-.:'i ^ PINE LANDS. 

■C:^-- / . * 0' /ir- Uuiou IHock, 1L*3 IJridu'C Street, 



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Keblnhnfer Joseph, shoes, lOG Bridge. 
Kibbee Ira C, farm impts, IS E Sprinii. 
Kind ticiiry, Gunsmith, 413 Bridge. 

{See adv, opfi.) 
King .John, county surveyor. 
King Mrs Sarah JI, Qre5smkr,14 E Vt'illow. 
Kirk David, city surveyor. 
Kiltleson Ole, saloon, 15 E Central. 
Knouf Jlichael, propr Susquehanna House, 

18 Bay. 

Knox Leonard K, dentist, ll.j Bridge. 

Kopp Tell, saloon. -iT-i JJridge. 

Kremer Rev P (Catholic). 

La Jleier Joseph, plasterer. 

La Jlotte Josepli G, saloon, 17 W Spring. 

La Jlotle Louis, p;iinter. 

Lance Bros (Gustav J and Louis C),balier3, 

19 W Spring. 

Lanoir Alexander, laundry, 1." E Spring. 
La Kocque Adelard B, mngr Silver Sprmg 

Park. 
Larrabee Mellen P, pine lands, 124 Bridge. 
Larson Andrew, Propr Normanna 

House, 224 Duncan. 
Lashvray Lewis, city clerk. 
Lebouef Tilnirs, propr French House, cor 

Spring and Bay. 
Le Cl.'iire Greg^'ry, s;iloon, .Til Bridge. 
Lee it Kousella (U M Lee, l-'r;iuk A 

Konsella), meats, CO E Columbia. 
LoGault L'rgel, saloon, 401 Crid.,'C. 
Lcfjo I* A; Son (Peter and Max), Livery, 

7 E Spring. (Sec (iilv. p :i:.) 
LcinenUugei Jacob, grocer. JelTerson ave. 
Le May Henry F, propr Le May House, 

420 Bridize.- 
l^conard Thomas B, County Clerk. 
Leslie John V*'. Inidge contractor, cur 

Willow and Inland. 
Letourneau Philip H, jiliys, 212 Bridge. 
Libbev Mis '\\ F, lio'irdint; house, 7 Bay. 
Liudley Philo H, phys, 120 Bridge. 
Loewe Philip, clo'hing, 104 Bridtre. 
Lord Charles C. iu.-urance, 124 Bridge, 
Lumbermen's >;ation'il Bank {(vipital, 

$100,000). Alexander B 3IcDonell pros, 

Samuel B Nimmons cash, cor Bridge 

and Sprinc. 
McCord \V K & Co (Warren E Mc- 

Cord), Loggers and Dealers in Pine 

Lands. 
McCnr«l3- CliarU-n, PriPiir Southern 

flotel, cor Bav and Central 
McDonald Alexander A, saloon, 19 W 

Willow. 
McDonald Hugh D, propr Nicollet House, 

434- Bridge. 
McDonald John H, harness, 413 Bridge. 
McDonald '.Vm D, wagonmaker, Duncan 

and Grand uve. 



^IcDonald Wm J, lumber inspector. 
McDouell Miss Sarah, dressmaker, 20 ^'• 

Columbia. 
McDonell & Irvine (Alexander B y. 

Donell, Thomas Irvine), real estate 

Bridge and Spring. 
McGilvray Ad^us J, real estate. 202 Brid j, 
!!1IoGnire S'rancN 'fJ, Livciy, Uj. 

and Transfer, 13 to 17 ^\' Grand ave. 
McGuirk ]5ros (Arthur and Michael), ciLrar 

mnfr.", "W Columbia. 
JIcHfiCie Thomas, blacksmith. 10.5 Ma;u. 
J[ci\ay Duncan G, pine lands. Central. 
McKeniia i^Irs Kate D. milliner, Bridge. 
McLeod lioderick, blacksmith, 15 W 

Columbia. 
McMfthan Barney, street comnr. 
Iflc'I'iiai! Frank, 'Wines, Liquors an^l 

Cit';.r=, 00 W Spring. 
JIc'iLSae HI C »V. son (Hector C anii 

John A), lical Estate and Abstracts of 

Title, Court House. 
JlcHae John, blacksmith, S K Grand ave 
Magee Miss Katie, dressmkr, 11 W Spring 
^Malor Florian, baker, !■'> E Birch. 
Malorky Peter, elouj quarry, Duncan 

creek, 
^larsliall Roujet D, circuit judge. 111 

liri.l'.-c. 
Marlin I..evi 11\ Hardware, Farm Im- 
plements, Furniture, Undertaker, Car- 
pels, etc, 7 and 9 W Spiiug. 
]Marlin Wm. coroner. 
.Mason & Co (August Mason, Eiuil A 

(joethel), loggers. 
Masters Harry C, carpenter. 
Maj' J Frank, mngr Wisconsin Tel Co, 104 

Bridge. 
Meeban John, logger. 
Jlcrchanta' Supply Co, Morris Olicksman 

]ires, Aaron H Heller .sec and treas, 

whol grocers, IS E Spring. 
Jlever Aniund. tailor, 20 E Central. 
:Tl!<-litl C A: J EJrowinu' Co, E J 

Elleuson ^Ingr, near Umaha Depot. 

^lilos O t'^. Timber Lands and Logs. 

202 Bridge. (See adi; opp.) 
MiUs l-;useliiii3 M. real estate. 3 W Sprini: 
Iflillard ECunjaniin B% Florist. Real 

Estate, I'inc 'and Hardwood Lauds, 

13 W Grand ave, (See <n!n, p :i7.) 
Misfeldt John H. grocer, 14 Grove. 
Mississijipi River Logging Co, Frederick 

Weyerliaeuser pres and treas, Thomas 

Irvme sec. 
Mitchell .lohii A, confectioner, 2"-! Spring. 
Moe Tobias P, j.-welcr, 209 Bridge. 
Moehrke Hugo R, saloon, 409 Bridge. 



lecirica! SiipolJesSn 



Teli-i))innc, Tele. 
Hictrlc 
Cutalogups free. 



lULSUS AriDRAE, 

' L'SOAV. Water SI reel, llILAVilKKE. 



Tl • r>i>nr>M Poll Diiolnnrp Prilnrn Is noted for Its Excellent Facilities and Tliorouchness 

The Green bay dusiiibss LOiiegs „f work, expi^kt tic.vchehs i„ ^vory 

Kcpartnicnt. ANXtAli CATALiOtiLE FKEE. AddrCHS GKEEX BAY, 1VIS. 



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M.iBiil it Brown (.Miss Louisa li Jlonnt, ; Jtorey Pettr, saloon, 29 \V Spring. 

.Mi.-3 ilary J Brown), dressmakers, 18 i Morgan Edson A, apiarist, 16 Superior. 

\v Central. Morgan llr.s E A, milliner, 18 Spring. 

Morency & Lefebre (Erne?t Morency, Oc- ! Moriu Pascbal, shoemaker, 30 Spring. 

tave Lefebre), saloon, -117 Bridge. I Morris Jobn A, undertaker, 30o Bridge. 



J. L. TOWNSEND, 

CHIPPEV/A FALLS, V/iS. 

General Agent for Northweatera ^Visconsin, 
OF THE 

NORTHWESTERN f.lUTUAl 

LIFE IliSURAHCE CO., 

OF MILWAUKEE, WIS. 



D. E. MILES, 



DEALER IX 



Timfcer Lands and Logs. 

OFFICE, 202 BRIDGE STREET, 



Over Seymour's I'.ank. 



CHIPPEWA FALLS, WIS. 



HENRY KIND, 

Gun and Locksmith 



KOKT. E. LliADFOKD, 



MANUFACTUREll OF 



Repairinj; of all kinds done to order. Sat- 
isfaction Guaranteed or No Pay. 

413BridgeSt., CHIPPEWA FALLS, WIS. 



Late SeiKtant ICih Oliio Battery. 

REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE. 

Juilicc of (lie l'e;iic and Notary Pul'lie. 

!Vo. 9 AV. Central .Stiofl. 

ciiiri'Kw.v rvLLs, • Wisconsin. 



HARNESS, SAD^Eraiirall'MroFHOKSE CLOTHING. 

22 VJ. Central Street, - CHIPPEWA FALLS, V/IS. 

"" CHSPPEWA FALLG AGET^CY. 

C. & J. MICHEL BRS¥/ING CO. 

mani-f.m:turf.rs of 

DRAUGHT A^TD EOTTLEB BEEE, 

DBALERS IN HOPS AND jVIALT. 

;oisTsijsr. 



E. J. ELLENSON, Manager. 



C!iic3p & Grand Trunk Ey. 



The Favorite Route East 

VIA NIAGARA FALLS. 



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BRYAHT & STSATTOK. 



Tills firm conilncts in rhicflao lli^ 
Tr^iinine Srliool tor Iliiiiness/ Vir\ 
m«caill.-ci!t i:.italiirtoe of 1 1 2 ii.-i,-e- 
send 10 cents to pay cost of postage. 



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lIorri3 Phtrick, {rrocer, 3o Spring. 

Morrow Kdward, saloon, Soutb side. 

Morse Cjrus B, jcweltT, 1 W i^pring. 

Morse JIi-3 lone, rou^ic teucher. 

Moses Edgar, pumps. 

Moses Martha, notions, 118 Bridge. 

Mulligan Dennis J, barber, Stanley House. 

Mu!lil<an C A, plumber, 5 Bridge. 

Murphy John H, real estate. 

Murphy iV- Bigler (Luwrence P Jlurphy, 
Adolpli Bigler), meats, 12i Bay. 

Jlyer Andrew, tailor, lo W Sprioe. 

Kein George, barber, 12'2 Brid^-e. 

Newman A De Witt, music, teacher. 

Newman it Coleman (A T Nev.iri'm, D Q 
Coleman), mngrs Grand Opera House. 

Nickel Ernst, saloon, (jl'j Bridire. 

Nicollet House, Hugh D McDonald propr, 
424 Bridge, 

Nolan James, grocer, 308 Bay. 

A'orniaiiiin 8i<u;se, Andrew Larson 
Propr, 224 Dunoan. 

North Hotel, O S ^-hcrvey propr, cor 
Duncan and Columbia. 

Xordiweslcrii riJiiUial Ui'c In- 
surance Co, J L TowDsend (.ier.eral 
Agent for Northwestern WLsconMa. 
{S(C adv. p C'31.) 

Norway Hou.se, Alexander Wiley propr, 
23 W Grand ave. 

Nunko Albert, soda water mnfr, Jellerson. 

O'Hara James, plasterer. 

Oleson Christ, tailor, 411 Bridge. 

O'RourUe John, barber, 410 Bridcr. 

Orthniau Thomas, engineer, 222 K iMill. 

Ottawa House, Moses Sarrasin propr, 122 
Kiver. 

OtteUev Frederick (Lutheran). 

Oiilliwaitc l^<iuar<>, JIngr Chippe- 
wa Herald. 

Palmer Jerry, grocer, 113 Bridge. 

Pannier Ernest G, carriage niufr, 1)08 N 
Prairie. 

Paradis ICdward. 10 E Columbia. 

Pftrkhuri-t Win E, musical nid.~e,ll-"i Bridge. 

Parrott Charles H, rest. 31 VV Spring. 

Palnoad Miss Rose, dressmaker, cor Cen- 
tral and Biidge. 

Patten Robert, cmmtv tren.surcr. 

Patten Mrs Johanna .M. .shoes, 214 Bridge. 
Paul John B, saloon, 2:>5 River. 

Pearson Wm, carpenter. 

Phillips Martin A. books, 213 BridL'e. 

Phillips Thomas W,watclnnkr.21") Bridge. 
Pierce Allien, chief (ire department. 
Pierce, Brewster & (Jo (Albert lMerci>, 
George E Brewster. Robert D \Vhitte- 
more), meats. 223 Bridge. 

Pierce J li A- Co (James L Pierce), woolen 
mills, N Prairie. 



Pittz Miss Catherine, dressiid<r,120 Br]! 
Plant Anton, saloon, .515 Bridge. 
P'ehn Rev George (Lutheran). 
Plumb Philip, stone quarry, Dunc'..r. 

creek. 
Poole Henry S, sale stable, 14 W Will .v. 
Pound's Farm (capital, Js.jO.OOO), Thr. 1 

deus C Pound pres and treas, Albert ;; 

Pound sec and supt, live slock. 
Pound Thaddeus C, real estate, Metro 

politan blk. 
Poznanski l-^dward. gen store. 12 Spring, 
Proudlock James H, phys, 33 E Coiumb;-. 
C^uinn ^VIn, saloon, lU Jefferson ave. 
RaLdall John, lawyer. 
Raycraft Joseph T, architect, 010 Island. 
Raymond George S, bavlier, 11 Bay. 
Raymond ik Gore (Mvron J Raymond, 

Arthur W Gore), confoctrs. 312 Bridgu. 
PJcb.'irdson Hollon, lawyer. 111'. Bridge. 
Riddeil Sanford S, phys, 13 'W^ Central, 
Riddell -Mrs Sybil, boarding house, 121 AV 

Spring. 
Ritzinger Brothers (Enos and Ladwig', 

meats, 34 Spring. 
River.Jide Ilniel, Gaynor & Williams 

proprs, 12S River. 
Rogers liarvej- N, physician, 120 Bridge. 
Rondeau Mary, grocer, .524 Briilge. 
Ro-»sitoi' <c StossiU-r (Emanuel and 

.Myra W), Proprs Stanley House c.^r 

Bridge and Graud ave. 
Rounds MisL V, boarding house, 134 W 

Spring. 
Rowan Charles H, restaurant. 11) River. 
BEowc SHarry II, Jeweler, .5 \V 

Spring. 
Rusk A Bolaud (Lycurgns J Rusk, Wm F 

Bolaiid), lawyers. Bridge. 
Ryan & Glynn (Thomas A Rvan, James 

Glynn), saloon, KIS Btidgc. ' 
St .fosepb's Hospital, conducti'd by the Sis- 
ters of St Fr,\ncis, 'J12 I'earl. 
St Luke's Hospital, John Huud, M D. 

propr, cor .Macomlier anil Huron. 
Samson Edward, saloon, 23 BridLTC. 
Samson John, gen store, cor .Main ami 

Canal. 
Sarrasin Moses, propr Ottawa House, 122 

River. 
Saperslon H A- Co (Herman Saperston', 

clothing, 23 W Spring. 
Schmidt Fretlerick, cooper, E Spring. 
Schneider Rev David (Evangflical). 
SchiielTel Henry, furrier, 11.5 Bay. 
Sch.ill Stephen, dairy, 2 nules s. 
Schuniek Mrs P2milj', dressmaker, .57 E 

Central. 
SeybertD.ivld W, barber, 16 E Central. 



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The Favorite Route East 

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f^eymour's Bank (capital and surplus, n50,- 
'' 01IO), Daniel K Seymour pres, Wm L 

Seymour cash, '202 Uridine. 
Shamp W D, poultry breeder. 
SU:irp Jesse U, bardwaie, 2i4 Bridge, 
j^bcrman Adin, physician. 
Sbervey Ule S, grocer and propr Xorth 

Uotel, cor Duncan and Columljia. 
Shervey Store Co, Andrew Shervey jr 
pres, F A .Johnson sec and treas, general 
store, 211 Bridu'c. 
•>iesri>.l KmaiiucI, Saloon and Restau- 
rant, 22 E Spriui;. C^Vd ado, /> ~'ir.j 
Silver Sprliia f'juli A«;»ocliHioii, 
D E Seymour Pres. L C Stanley Vice- 
Pres.B D Vilcs Sec, Edward Cory Treas, 
D E Miles iMngr, Pleasure and Health 
Resort. 
Simmons Meyer, house furng3,307 Bridge. 
Sinclair Edward, boarding house, 225 

Spring. 
Sinett Oliver, boarding house, 133 W Cen- 
tra!. 
Skandinavian House. I T EiTgan propr, 16 

E River. 
Smith C Frederick, grocer, 204 Bridge. 
Smith Edward, poultry breeder. 
Snyder Samuel, architect, .Metropolitan blk, 
Soiitlierii Eiolcl, Churles ^IcCurdy 

Propr, cor Bay and Central. 
Spence Wm G, drugs. 1 W Spring. 
Squires John W, meats, 2o W Siiriug. 
Stafford A K, logger. 
Stafford Wm II,' lawyer, 113 Bridge. 
Stanley F G & C A (Frederick G and 
Cliarles A), lumber, cor High and Birch. 
Sliiiilcy Eloiisf, Rossiter i\; Rossiter 

Proprs, cor Bridge and Grand ave. 
Stanley Lemuel C, capitalist, 107 W 

Spring. 
Stoddard AVm 11, in?. Union blk. 
Strong Seymour B, leas, y Bridge. 
Stum Frederick, sheriff. 
Sunday Creek Coal Co, Robert Claik 

mngr, 112 Bay. 
Smutet CIiri>U»|>Iier, Sewing Ma- 
chines, S Spring. 
Susquehanna Iluuse, ilichael Knouf propr, 

1-^ Buy. 
Swift Nelson O, plumber. 9 "W Central. 
Tallmadge Wm E, agent C, M & Si P Ry 

and W C Line. 
Tarrant Ananias, furniture, 19 W Central. 
Taylor Edward C', printer, 13 Bridge. 
Thaler George, saloon, 92.1 Prairie. 
Therlaull John B. saloon, 301 Bridge. 
Thonia.^ Oclavius C. drugs, .")02 Bridge. 
Thompson Rev D F (Epi.^copalian). 
Thompson Ebc-hart, s>hoemaker, 18 E 
C'entral. 



Thoraldson Rev I (Lutheran). 
Thornton John J. supl tire alarm 
Tierney Patrick, grocer, U E Central. 
Todd Henry II, ins. Metropolitan blk. 
Toepfer Henry J, cigar mnfr, 18 W 

Grand ave. 
To\vii$,ciid Jaiiics L., General Agent 
for Northwestern Wisconsin of N'orth- 
western Mutual Life Insurance Co. (.it'e 
adi\ p 221.) 
Transue JlrsMary, dressmkr, 25 W Grand. 
Trudell Joseph, painter, 23 Duncan. 
Tuohy John, grocer, 223 Grove. 
Tuohy John T, saloon, 12 E Sjjring. 
Turcolte Peter, shoemaker, 114 B;iy. 
Uchren Edward, shoemkr, 20 W Central. 
Velic & Galley (Alvin E Velie. Robert 

Gailey), second-hand store. 19 r^ridge. 
Verdon Noah, biksmilh, 29 W Giand ave. 
Viles Bradford D, pine lands, 212 Bridge. 
Viles Joseph, pine lands. 
Vinette Amanda. =hoes, 102 Spriu;:. 
VrooiiKiii .5 Cf , Agent Gardiner, Batch- 
elder & Welles, 122 Bridge. 
Wall John I', City Attorney, 124 

Bridge. 
Walratii Alvin E, real estate, Sletropolitan 

blk. 
Wauds Albert E, boarding house, 235 

Spring. 
Waterman Leslie E, pine lands, 1-1 W Co- 
lumbia. 
Waterman & Early (L E Waterman, George 
B Early), propra Grand Opera House, 16 
W (Columbia. 
\Vcl>l> rrc<l, Propr City Hack, 208 

Grand ave w. 

Wol»l>iV. SI aii^lMirj- (Francis C Webb, 

Edmond J Siansbury), Hardware, Stoves, 

eto, 119 and 121 Bridge, i^ce ude,p nCi.) 

Weinberger JIrs Carrie, dressmaker, 15 W 

Central. 
Weinberger John, saloon. Central. 
Weiner ^t McCormick (John Weiner, Ed- 
ward McCormick), livery, 219 Bay. 
\Vrissonborn Mra Louisa, dressmaker, 214 

W Sjirincr. 
Weyenberg Bros (Wm and Martin), shoes, 

n W Spring. 
Whalen James, chief of police 
Whittemore R D &■ Co (Robert D Whllte- 
more, Albert Pierce, George E Brew3te^^, 
harness, 221 Bridge. 
Wilco.\ Albert J, drugs, 209 Bridge. 
Wiley Ale.xandcr, propr Norway House, 

23 W Grand ave. 
WUcoiisiii Collection Aa:eiifj 
(Michael Hall, Edward J Seymour. An- 
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Wisconsin Tulephone Co, J Frunk Muy 

mngr, 10-i I5ridi:e. 
Wolford Tavlor il. reporter circuit court. 
Wright Rev'F H (Methodist). 
Yates J V, broom mufr. 
Yep-ah-Puiie, laundry, o Bay. 
Yep Wine Kee, laundry, 412 Brids^e. 
Young Men's Christian xVssn, George H 

Timmings sec, 213 Bridse. 
Zesiger John G, hotel. 20 W Central. 
Zimmerman Louis J, cigar mnfr, 607 

Bridge. 

CnmSTIE. A vUIago in Clark coun- 
ty, Smiles north of Neillsville, the couuty 
seat, nearest railro.id station and bauking 
point. Stages daily to Greenvrood and 
Neillsville; fare, 'M cents to either place. 
Population, 300. Mail, daily, E. D. 
Hatch, postmaster. 

llalfli K I> Jr, General .'^tore. 
Hyslip C W, lumljer. 
Jones II, carpenter. 
Robinson James, blacksmith. 
Zanders L V, justice. 



CHRISTINA. 

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CITY POINT. A postoltice on tlie 
G. B., AV. & St. P. H. R.. in Jacl.:?on 
county, 27 mde.s northeast of Black lUver 
Falls, the county seat, and 2.') southwest of 
Grand Rapids, the nearest banking point. 
Population, 80. Tel., W. U. E.xp., U. S. 
W. E. Breakey, postmaster. 

BrciJkcy \V r;. General Store. Railroad, 

Express and Telegraph A^jcut. 
Edsou R S, ho..l. 
Graithcr J, cooper. 
Hancock J, cranberries and justice. 
McDonald Bros, iougers. 
Nelson t;hrist, cranberry grower. 
Nelson Ingeval, carpenter. 
Olson Hans, cranberry grower. 

CLAM FALLS, A village on the 
south fork of Clam river, in IVdk couuty, 
40 miles northeast of Osceola Mills, tlie 
county seat, and 22 southwest of Shell 
Lake, on the C, St. P., M. vt O. Ry, the 
nearest railroad station and bauking point. 
Settled in 1S.j7. It contains a water power 
saw mill. Stages tri-weekly to St. Croix 
Falls and Shell Lake. Population, ."iO. 
Mail, semi-weekly. Maggie Lund, post- 
master. 

Fischer II C, justice. 
Lund Louis C, staire line. 



!.i!ii<I «.V S'liiiNo;)!, General Sti.re. 

Smith D F. saw mill. 
Smith Mrs Sarah J, hotel. 
Wetherby W E, hotel. 



CLARK'S MILLS. A village on 
Manitowoc river, in .Manitowoc countv,12 
miles we.'it of .Manitowoc, the county 'seat 
and bank location, and 3 south of'C'ato. 
the nearest railroad station. Stases to 
Cato daily; fare, 25 cents. Poou:ation 
100. Mall, daily. R. W. Burke, post- 
master. 

Kiirkc K W, General Store. 

Clark Ira, llour ami saw mill. 

Gehbe Frhiik, hotel. 

.Moe Theodore, siioeriaaker. 

Morgan John, hotel. 

Olson Riley, justice. 

Sccor Frank, blacksmith. 



CLAEKSON. In Dane countv. 17 
miles southeast of Madison, the judicial 
seat, and 01 from Stoughton, it.s hankini 
and shipping point, ilail, triweekly. JC. 
K. Juve, postmaster and farmer. 

CLARNO. Oil the CM. .t N. R. R., 
in Green county, U miles from .\fonr()e, the 
juilicial seat and banking point. Popula- 
tion, GO. Tel.,W. V. B. F. Wolf, post- 
master. 

Leavitt I. railroad, exp and tel agt. 
P.ainter Emaunel, lilacksmitb. 
Pondoe End], blaclismith. 
Smartz G A, justice. 
Trumpy ilcnry. saw mill. 
Wolf B F, General Store. 

CLAY BANKS. A village on the 
shore of Lake Michigan, in Dnor countv. 
9 miles south of Sturgeon Bay, the county 
seat and nearest banking point. Sla:;e3 
tri-weekly to Stur:;eou Bay. L'opulation, 
GO. Mail, tri-weekly. J. H. Tuft, post- 
master. 

Braunsdorf Chris, general store. 

r>c; Lille Theodore, tishermau. 

Fellner J A, insurance. 

Finan Patrick, mason. 

Fritz Menzo. lisherraan. 

Gjevse Rev G J (Lutheran). 

llitt C .1 & Bro, hotel and fishermen. 

Ilitt \V AV, cnoper. 

Markey Chauncey, fisherman. 

Millard Orin. carpenter. 

liickaby G M, justice. 



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liobcrts George, fisbcrmau. 

Sjifronick John, black'milh. 

Schnvler A J, justice and vet surg-eon. 

TLayer George, lisberman. 

Tufts S M, seneral store. 

Tufts &c I5raiins<lorf, Lumber and 

Shingle ^lill. 
Woodward Lee, -n-aijonmal^er. 
■\Voodward ic Freeman, fishermen. 



CLAYFIELD. A difcontinued post- 
office in Pierce county. Send mail to 
Ellsworth. 

CLAYTON. A post village on the 
C, St. P., M. & 0. P>y, in Polk county, SO 
niiies ea.'t C'f Osceola Mills, the county 
'(•at, and IG from Cumberland, the nearest 
banking point. Population, 250. Tel , 
W. U. Esp., Am, W. A. Prentice, post- 
master. 

Hansche George F, railroad, cxp and tel 

acent. 
Hiiiiiliird & Co, Lumber Mnfrs. 

CLEAR LAKE. A village on the N. 
iliv. of the C, St. 1'., M. & O. Rv. in Polk 
ci.ULty, 30 miles soulliea.'.t of Osceola ^lills. 
the coimty seat. Settled in 1M78. it con- 
iHins 3 churches, a hall capable of seatinn; 
■•' 0, a graded school employing -1 teachers^ 
i-tid a number of special and eeneral stores. 
Lumber, wood, ties and poles and farm 
proJuce are shipped. Xew Richmond is 
it.e nearest banking point. Tel., W. V. 
Kxp., Am. Popvdation, 500. James J. 
Kavanagh, postmaster. 

liriggs Albert M, drungi.st. 
Butdick Peleg, notary public, 
t'liiirch Earl A, wagonnuiker. 

< Inirchill Alphonso T, editor nerald. 

< 'vir Lake Herald, A T Churchill editor. 
;>iC Herbert E, prin school. 

Ciurlwright Seymour E, livery. 

owles Charles, tinsmith. 
I roe.s Win M, vcterlnarv surgeon. 
I'e \Viu,I„l,nC. carpenter. ^ 
h nbtrg Krithiof F, boots and shoes. 
;!"''■■* ''• Ptiysiciiin. 
l>. Mt it De Garmo (David Gillett, James 

J' De Garmo), grocers, 
t.'.js Webster, lawyer. 

I ';*■" I'eter, propr Merchants' Hotel. 

''•V'^T^^ McCarty (Peter Herber, "\Ym C 
,,,1'"^"*.V), saw mill. 

'■I ,,"' "• li'X'Pmnfr. 
!; '..^.Ir^Wli, milliner. 
!' i'lday David, furniture. 
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Jerdee A P, live stock. 

Jones Oliver D, harnessmaker. 

Knvaiia;,'!! Jtiiiivs J, Boots and 

Shoes. 
Korn Kev "W A (Congregational). 
SJercliaiits' Hotel, Peter Herber 

Propr. 
Mygatt Wm, railroad and express agent. 
Nillson L Steen, druggist. 
Peterson Kev M i Congregational). 
Heed Charles, hay press. 
Ridenger John \V, hoop mnfr. 
Robinson Rev H I.Methodist). 
Savery "\Vm, carpenter. 
Sav.-yer James H, groceries and hardware. 
Srliiilzc Sleiiry A. General Store, 
^ Hay, AV^ood. Tits, etc. 
Stout Thomas jr, general store. 
Tanner Mrs G A, dressmaker. 
Warren John L, justice and confectioner. 



CLEMANSVILLE. A po.Moffice in 
Winnebago county, G miles northwe.~t of 
Oshkosh, the county seat, nearest railroad 
station and banking" pc^int. Stages to Osh- 
kosh, Vineland and Winncconue. Popu- 
lation, 70. Mail tri-weekly. D. Kannen- 
berg, postmaster. 
IJaiz Rev (MethodkstV 
Ross Christopher, cheese mnfr. 
Boss S, chc.">e mnfr. 
Grcenwald Wm. cJieese mnfr. 
It:wiiiriilMTif !>, General Store, Clack- 
smith and \\'agoumaKer. 



CLEMOKT LANDI]N"G. A settle- 
ment on the east 1/ank of Lake St. Croix, 
in St. Croix county, G miles south of Hud- 
son, to which point mail should be sent. 



CLEVELAND. On the M., L. S. & 
W. Rv. iu Manitowoc county, 14 miles 
from .Manitowoc, the judicial seat, ami Hi 
from .Milwaukee. Population, loO. Tel., 
W. V. Exp., U. S. A. Stoltenberg, post- 
master. 

Doersch G JL wnnon factory. 
I'ajike L. exp and tel aet. 
.StoUfHberj; Adolpli, Genera! Store. 

CLIFTON. A postcffice in Monroe 
county, L'S miles southeast of Sparta, the 
county .'eat, G southwest of Camp Doug- 
las, liie neare,-t railroad station, and 10 
west of New Li.^bon, the nearest hanking 
point. Population, 00. Mail, tri-wcekly. 

Krolzniaii I X, General Store. 
Linds John, feed mill. 
Slender Gustave, blacksmith. 



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S s CLINTOIs'. A prosperous incorpor- 
g fttod village in the souiiieastern pan of 
{/)■ Rock county, situated no the R. & S. 
Ul g" W. div. C, yi. & Sr. P. Rv. at thecrobsing 
O fe of the Wiscoubiu div. of the C. & X. V\. 
J 1 I^y. ^■i miles southws!^t of Milwatikte, and 
Q o lO southeast of Janesville, the couul}- seat. 
CL '^ It contains a bank, 2 hotels, an opera 
, "S bouse, o graiu elevators, a feed mill, a 
t t- ixvaded public school. Baptist, Conjrega- 
Ijj ^ tional, Jlethodiit Episcopal and German 
Q 1 Lutheran churches, a iiijrary, and numer- 
ous large and veil stocked special and 
general stores, etc. A weekly newspaper, 
the Clinton ILral'l (Kep.), is published. 
^ Exp., Am. TeL, "\V. U. PopulalioD, 
1.000. R. W. Cheevcr, postmaster. 
Ames FA & Co (Franklin A and Thomas 

A Ames), cigars. 
Ames 3Irs Thomas, artist. 
_ __ Anderson Henry A, general store, 
t. ff llaese Kev E i Lutheran). 
g Bradley FrauK C, dray and ice. 
^t£ I''Udlong ilr« Emmet B. music teacher, 
■o liJ Burt Giles, live str.ck. 
Busli .lacob, carpenter. 
Campbell .lanies II, liiU poster. 
" o Ciitc .lohu, stone nii.son. 
S^ C!ico>iiiiaii licnry, Propr Taylor 
Z"^ House. 

»^,^ Cheever lialph W, I'ropr Clinton Herald. 
^^C;hurcli Harry G, general st^re. 
^^ (;hurch .Tared V,. grijin and live stock. 
£^ Citizens' Hunk if.'anital. 25,000), Arch- 
£2a ibald \Voodnrd Pres, U'm Jones Cash, 
f^ Bankers, CollectlowS and Insurance. 
Clarli Rev AV J (Congregational). 
Clinton Cornet Bund, L .) .Merrill leader. 



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^5 Colegrove Harry B, harness. 
ej\ CoUiver Clarence W, dentist. 



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^~2 Couleyit Conry (Henry W Coniey, Bern- 
M« nard Coury), cheese mnfr. 
}^_^ (!oruwell Wui II, harness. 
JJ^'^ Covert George, physician, 
(y^ Craniiall Joseph, physician. 
SVS Cronktiie H X, justice. 
■»~~ Crosby Phineas. ins and fruit grower. 
ff^ Crosier Arthur B, i.-eiieral store. 
5^ Crotscnburg J.ihn .M, .•;!!' etnaker. 
^3 Dickernian I'eiry 1). vi'l i^r^ rruMee. 

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Dobbin Hugh, general store. 

Drake Charles P, hardware. 

Earle George \\ , street comnr. 

Eldridgc George, carpenter. 

Engbertson Adney, tailor. 

Engbertson Mrs A. milliner. 

Estes Samuei M, village trustee. 

Estes Stephen yi, wagonmaker. 

Everhardt Jacob, tailor. 

Gilmore Charles O, watchmaker. 

Green John C, well borer. 

Guest Samuel yi. florist. 

Hanson Charles L, blacksmith. 

Happen l!ev Henry (Baptist). 

Harden Miss Callie, milliner. 

Hardeu Wm, barber. 

Harden it Follz (Orlin Harden, Heuiy 

Foltz), meat market. 
Hartshorn John W, mnfr railroad trucks. 
Hartshorn & Simmons (Washington 1 

Hartshorn. Steven J Simmons), genera. 

store. 
Heron Samuel A, barber. 
Hinman Charles, carpenter. 
Hoover I L, stock farm. 
Irish James, hay and coal. 
Ishnm &, Vv'akerurd (Albert S Isham, Ebe- 

nezer J AVakeford), hardware. 
Jerman Edward W, farm impts. 
Jones John "\V, physician. 
Jones Win, cash Citizens' Bank. 
Larson Louis N, village trustee. 
Larson & AVilkins (Lewis N Larson, Al- 

vah J Wilkins), general store. 
Lougley Thomas H, confectioner. 
McMichael .losepli, auctioneer. 
JIarsli David O, village marshal. 
^lajliow W A A <:<» (Win A and V. 

M Mayhew). Druggists ; Toilet Goods. 

Books, Stationery and Xotirms. 
Merrill Leander J, wagonmaker. 
Minnesota Lumber Co. K J Van Valzal' 

mngr. 
Mortran Alfred F, painter. 
l?I<>r;;iiii :»Sr.« AllVctl F, :\Ii!!ineiv 

Fancy Goods and All Kinds of Ladi.; 

Supplies. I St' ndo, bebnr ) 
Morgan A II, police justice. 
JIurray John, horse breeder. 
Myers John H, blacksaaith. 
Oimsled IMr-i S.^.rah P. dressmaker. 



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F'ingborn James L, hoots and shoes. 

Ptterson Hev P "W (Metbodist). 

Phillips Daniel il, livery. 

lioberts James E, wagonmaker. 

IJobicson Pbranda A, general store. 

KocU County Banner, George it L S Wil- 
cox publrs. 

Salisbury Frank, billiards. 

Scboepski Freii. shoemaker. 

Sherwood Clark L, villnize trunee. 

Silsby Luther H, as;t C, M &, Ht P Ry. 

Smith Mrs Ju'ia, dressmaker, 

Smith J I? it Sons (James B, Leon and L 
H), fruit growers. 

Siicil Josepli, Watches, Clocks, Jew- 
elry, Books and Stationery. 

Soper John 11, ngt C ^z X W Ry. 

Taylor Arthur K, photugraplier. 

Taylor llou>e, H Cbecsraan Propr; 
Kates $C per Day; the (Jld Pitlialile 
Hotel; Has Been Refilled Tlircticrhout; 
Good Sample Rooms and All Jlodern 
Improvements. 

Teeter James II, meat market. 

Tinker John, nurseryman. 

Treat II P & Co (Milton P Treat, Ellek 
Bruce), Turniture. 

Van Valzalo Robert J, nmgr Minnesota 
Lumber Co. 

Van Velzer Ancil JI. borseshoer. 

Walsli C Allen, Projir Wyinaii Hotel. 

Weaver ]\Iortimer G, cattle breeder. 

West Wm, veterinary surgeou. 

Wheeler Robert A. blaeksmilli. 

Wilcox George ».t L S, publrs Rock County 
Banner. 

Willis George, fruit grower. 

Winlilej- Darius D, cattle breeder. 

Woodard Archiljald, pi.'S Citizens' Bank. 

Woodward Orin L, drucci^t. 

Wriglit Henry, stone niasun. 

A^'jliian EEolcl, C Allen Walsh Propr; 
Kales S3 per Day: Lanre Sample Rooms; 
Free Baggage to and from 'I'rains: (.'ini- 
trally Located; Good Stablini: ; All 
Newly Furnished January 1, ISDO. 

Wyman Opera House, Wm Wynian propr. 

CLINTONVILLE. A nourishing 
tillage in llio norlhctsiein part of Waii- 
raca county, on the M,, L. S. :v \V, R. R 



and on Pigeon river, loO miles northwest 
of llilwaukee, 38 northeast of Waupaca, 
the county seat, and 1(3 southwe.-^t of 
Shawano. It contains 2 Luther.iu, Baptist, 
i Congregational, Adventi.^t, I\Ielhodi.-!t and 
i Catholic churches, a graded public school 
and high school, 2 flouring, 2 planing and 
2 saw mills, a bank and o weekly newspa- 
pers, the Dual-Cit;/ Tribune, CUntonvilU 
l^imes and Lake IShore Wacchtcr. Lumber, 
wood, ties, liemlock bark, shingles, posts 
and flour are shipped in lartie quantities. 
Population. 1,500. Tel., W. U. Exp , 
U. S. Henry Giebel, postmaster. 

Anderson & Co fOle C and Adolph Ander- 
son), watchmakers. 

Augustine Otto G, furniture. 

Bank of Clintonville, R G Gibson propr. 

B^ckman Frank, saloon. 

JJcliliiig Tlicotlorc, Propr Ward 
House. 

Bentz Joseph, genera! store. 

Brady Frank H, publr Dual-City Tribune. 

Bucholtz Bros i,Charles and Frank) gen- 
eral store. 

Bupsian Wm. saloon. 

Cily "MkhX ITInrket, W ANebls Propr. 

Clintonville High Sehool I,ibrary. 

Clintonville Times, Times Co publrs. 

Der Mott Edward h, carpenter. 

Dittberncr Wm, tailor. 

Dual City Tribune, Frank H Brady publr. 

Finney John, physician. 

Folkraan Bros (Theodore C and F Charles), 
general store. 

Fuhrman Rev Henry (Lutheran). 

Gansen Charles, druggist. 

Gib.-on Robert G, propr Bank of Clinton- 
ville. 

Giebel Henry, po?tn;astcr. 

(ioellnger Ferdinand, blacksmith. 

Goldberg Benjamin M. lawyer. 

Goodrich Geortre, physician. 

Guernsey &, Doty iFraiik M Guernsej', 
Charles J Doty), brick mnfrs. 

Hess Henrj' AV, grocer. 

HoiTmann AVm, haruessmaker. 

Humm Gustav, meat market. 

Ka[ liingst (;hristi'in, .■•aloon. 

Kaplnnt:bt John C, livery. 

K-aczc.vski Jolm. ciL'ar ninfr. 



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Knutli Albert, saloon. 

Korb & Wilke (Richard Korb, Henry 

Wilke), furniture. 
Lasihs M, blacksinitli. 
Lade Fred, propr Xorlbwc^teru Hoiise. 
Lake Shore "Waechter, B il Goldberg 

propr. 
Lawson & Shaver (P V Lawson, Silas J 

Shaver), flour mill. 
Luebke Frank, blackEraith. 
WcCorisou George, grocer. 
JIadel Alarcus, coulectioner, 
Marks George W, propr Stillman House. 
Meggers Peter, boot.? and siioes. 
Meier J J, watchmaker. 
Meilike Hasso, physician. 
Meisner John F, general store. 
Metzner Robert, cheese mnfr. 
Nclils "Win A, Piopr City Mealilarket. 
Netzel Albert, .saloon. 
Northwestern House, Fred Lade propr. 
Nosek Frank, saloon. 
Oviatl Wm U, jiliysician. 
Paschtu 'Wm, ndllinery. 
Perry Luc}', milliner. 
Plopper An man E, pump dealer. 
Plumb Frank H, railroad aient. 
Railroad House, Bcruhard A Schemmer 

propr. 
Richardson Jlonroc E, ice. 
Rohrer L tt Sons (Lcoiihard and Leonhard 

O), lumber mofr.s. 
Rosnow (Jharle3, s-aluon. 
Ruddy VVm, saloon. 
Ruth Gustav, general store. 
Schauder Wm, boots and shoes. 
Schimkc AVm, drayman. 
Selir<>f<U'r Ciiaiios iF, Hardware 

and Irisuruioe Agent. 
Schultz Adolph H, harncssmakiT. 
StMl^wiflt I'j'iiiik .\, DrUiTs, Toys, 

Fancy Goods, Looks and "Wall Paper. 

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Spenrbraker Charles C;. ineat market. 
Spicer CliH'ord A, photographer. 
Stacy Wm H, general .More, 
Stein liros (George AV and Charles 'W), 

grain. 
Stewart Jolin A, wood. 
Stillman House, Geori!;e W JIarks propr. 
Taepke Fertiin.and. saloon. 
Tliurii »V «>iit'rii>oy(Gcrritt TThorn, 

Frank M Guernsey), Atlruin^ys-at-Law, 

Collection and Insurance Agents. 
Thorne Henry H. blacksmith. 
Times Co, publrs Clintonville Times. 
Ullmeu J vt Co, livery. 
Uttoniark George it Co (John and George 

Uttomark), liardware. 
Wall Thomas H, saw mill. 



Ward IS oiise, Theodore Eehling P:r,: - 
AVeiland Theodore, blacksmith. 
Werner Henry, barber. 
■Willou^hby t'lmrlfs E, Dentist. 
Winkel Edith, milliner. 
AVinter Henry, hardware. 
Wisconsin Telephone Co, P A Sedgwicl: 
agent. 

CLYDE. In Iowa county, 14 mi'r- 
northwest of DodgcviUe, the seat ofiuslic.; 
and bank location, and southeast ni 
Avoca, the nearest shipping point. Pup;: 
lation, 1'j. Semi-wtekly mail stase l" 
Dodgeville; fare, 50 cents. D. Shannon, 
postmaster. 

Bourgeault Bros, flour mill. 
.Tenks M )!, justice. 
Kinzie E E, justice. 
Laud E N, blacksmith. 
Pcarcy John, flour mill. 
Sliiiiinoii !!>cii!ii*. General Store. 
Shannon J, justice. 



CLYMAN. A postoffice on the C. i 
><. W. ]ty, m Dodge county, 7 miles south 
of Juneau, the county .seal, .and d north ol' 
Watertowu, the nearest bankin'j point. 
Population, 80. Exp., Am. J. T.^Walsh. 
postmaster. 

Bub Leo, grocer and saloon. 
Bunnell James A, farm impts. 
Coler P P, <j.vi cer and "aloon. 
Collins E J, blacksmith. 
Hierlihy Wm, saloon. 
Jauisch H A, black.smith. 
Mara P O, carpenter. 
I'innow Herman, mason. 
■\Val»!i Jfamt's T, Coal and Railroad 

and Exp A-ent. 
Wynn Rev M (Catholic). 



COBB. On the C. & N. W. Ry, in 
Iowa o<ninty, 10 miles vvpst of Dodgeville, 
the judicial seat. A l)aidc is sustained. 
Exp., Am. Tel., W. U. Population. -.50. 
AV. J. Kapson, postmaster. 

Billings W N, railroad, exp and tel agent. 

Piray W H & Co. meats. 

Ccdib Bank, Eastman, Willard & Co 

proprs. 
Dicl'/.iiiaii Slary, Milliner. 
Dolphin .lames, livery. 
Doyle M F, hotel and saloon. 
Eastnum, AVillard & Co. lumber and 

pro]ir3 Cobb Bank. 
FUlbach John, general store. 
Fox C R, hardware. 
Goldthorp J C, justice. 



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HirveyCifc Song, grain. 
I'.rnt James, grain and salt. 
Manning Patrick, slioeraaker. 
Manning Richard, hotel and saloon. 
Miller tienry, blacksmith. 
I'rdicim W li, ]iarnei=sraaker. 
Kiipsoii W J, Horse and Cattle Breed- 
er. 
H^br Samuel & Son, wagonmakcrs. 
>exton T II, general store. 
Sjute Peter, general store. 
Spang & Qoldtborp, bl.ackfmiths. 
Spencer Hugh, builder and justice. 
Thomas Edward P, furniture, 
/.legler Dr E J. druggist. 
Z:uimer Daniel, justice. 



COCHRANE. On the C, B. & N 

U. K. , in Buflalo county, 8 miles southeast 
!■'( Alma, the county seat and nearest 
(linking point. K.\'p , Ara. Tel., ^V. U. 
Population, 70. G. JI. Uohrcr, postmaster. 
Cochrane Cheese Factory Co. 
I'limm R, constable. 
GiiTord C J, railroad, e.xp and tel agt. 
Il'jfcr John B, hotel and saloon, 
lluefner Paul, graiu. 



Lane Fred, lumber. 
Itolirer Uiu).*, Hardware. 
Kunkel J G, feed mill and gen store. 
Schnug J P, general store. 



COLBY. Is situated on the boundary 
line between Clark and ^larathon counties, 
but is accorded to the former by the postal 
authorities. It is a station on the Wis. 
Central Line, 3o miles northeast of Xeills- 
ville. the seat of justice. Lumbering is 
the principal industry, .several saw mills 
being in operation In the vicinity, and the 
village also contains a fanning mill and 
olUce and saloon fixture factory, bitters 
factory, a n>achine shop, a planing mill, a 
bank, 5 churches, a public school, a hall 
capable of seating .VJO, a public library and 
a weekly newspaper, the Phonogmph. 
Lumber is the principal shipment. Popu- 
lation, 700. Tel., W. U. E.xp., N. P. 
J. D. Wicker, postmaster. 

Bartell Wra 11, real estate. 
Ik'cherer Albert, shoes. 
Blanchard Horace J, grocer. 
Bleichroth Traugott, jeweler. 




LIGHT AND IIEAVY^WAGOIIS AUD SLEIGHS 

PATiiK'IEE OF PETERSON'S "EUREKA" IjOGaiNG SLEIGUS. 

• uTitij i,j,p„ i.iifjatri'J in tlie maiiufacturiiip: ot Lo}r;;in!; SI. 'iRhs and T.umhprmen's Outfits for the la-st 

.w-nty-nve year.-, I am fully up to the times. Wo do nut (ail to five satisfnction. nnd can furmsll 

rt'ifrenoed to that etTect. Correspoudence solicited. Send for price list and circular. 

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^^ Booih A H >t 
j^ general store. 
S>a. Bredemeyer Frtiiericl-: 
^3 Brebm Herman, boti-1. 
r*" B>rou W T, railroad ami express agt. 
Q3 Collij' House, John iMar,a:vaf propr. 
^^^(^o\hy Lumber Co, II P Graham pres and 
»=-5 mngr. 

Colby Public Lilirary A?En, .7 F Sims pres, 

C ii Taylor .«ec and hljiariaa. 
C'omnicrchil iJoii>iC, N J White 
Propr; Good Lively in Connection. 
G3 Daily George F, justice. 
^"^ Exfl!aii;;o l^nsik (Capital, $8,000), 
••^-'^ Andrew Flaig Pr('pr. 
• Firnstalil Frank, shnemsiker. 

^ Cliii? .^JKJrtMV, Propr Exchange Bank; 
Q Insurance, Loans, Real Eatate and Fur- 

t\ eign Passage. 

Harvey Jame.s P, saloon. 
{£ m^ Hecker Albert, meat market. 
Q J^ Henkle Philip, carpenter. 
U. ^ Hollzliausen Charles, blacksmith. 
- tm Joeres Rev A J (Catholic). 
^ July & Wolf (.lohn July, Julius Wolf), 

~; saloon. 
^ *^ Kaudy M & Son (.Mathcw Kaudy), mnfr.s 
bar iixtiires, etc. 
Kaudy Nicliiilas L, altar builder, 
Kiiebel Christ, meat market. 
it^iioltl .lli^'ll^l. Mercliant Tailor. 
Kueiitz Adaiij, hanlwarc. 
Lamont Ani;us, saw mill. 
Margraf John, propr Colby Ibiuse. 
.Mirrilt Henry, Jour and feed. 
Neuiuti' ter H<'rinan. harness. 
l'flci>on XcN I*, Wauonmaker and 
■J JInfr Logging Sleighs. {Sie 'idi\ p ^C'J.) 
J""" Plionograph The, Sliafer Bros proprs. 
hSsmi ] 'inter I'etcr, blacksmith. 
f~<«" Potts Alexander, general store. 
(^^ Piplinger Frank, turn and planing mill. 
■v^ia Uotli Frederick, b!acj;smith. 
-•*- Salter Frank J, druLrgift. 
^ Salti;r Richard B, counlv jiidi'o. 

Salter R B & Co (Richard I? Salter, An- 

dn.'W H Booth), lundier mnfrs. 
Shafer Rros (Samuel J and Joel J), proprs 

The I'honograph. 
Sherman Edwin, physician. 
.Shdrlell Richard, mineral waters. 
Slielz George, barber. 
Swan Perry, saw mill. 
Taylor Ch.arles R. furniture. 
Umhofer Paul, lumber mnfr, 5 miles e. 
Wailak Jacob, bitlers mnfr. 
AValbridcre George J. hardware. 
While Bros &. Co (N J and J L While), 

luuibrr mnfrs. 
While J Puluam. saloon. 



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Wliilc XiitlMinifl J, Pri,|ir Comm.-r- 
cial House: Good Livery in Connection. 
'^V'iokor J ii. Groceries and Cigars. 
Woodbury Levi, Ilour and feed. 

COLD SPRING. In JelTerson coun- 
ty, 8 miles southeast of Jeilersou, -.-^i 
county seat, and .0 southeast of Fort Atkin- 
son, the nearest railroad station and bank- 
ing point. Stages tri-weekly to Fort At- 
kinson; fare. 2.i cents. Population, lU!>. 
Mail, tri weekly. Harriet A. Hammond, 
postmaster. 

ilammond S B, iuslice. 
flaiiiiiKMxJ \V W, General Store. 

COIiEBROOK. A postollice on Wil- 
low creek, in "Waushara county, 8 miles 
east of Wautoma, the county seat, and 11 
northwest of Berlin, the nearest railroad 
station and banking point. Stages daily 
to Berlin and W'auloma. Po[iulation, 75. 
JIail, daily. S. Uearstine, postmaster. 

Anderson M, blacksmith. 

Bendixon iJenjamin. carpenter and masoti. 

Ooar.sliiic ^tiiiiiiicl, Savi' and Feci! 

Mill. 
Giinderson Gunder, carpent« r and mason. 

COLEMAN. On the M. .t .N. R. R . 
in Marinette county, 25 miles southwest ot 
Marinette, the judicial seal ami nearest 
banking point. Tel., \V. U. ?:.ip.. Am. 
Population, Sr.O. A. .M. Otis, po.-,tmaster. 

Beaiidry August, general store. 
Billings F V, railroad, exp and tel airt. 
BoUes'E E & Co, gen store and saw mill. 
Brauel Bros, saw and Lnist mill. 
Oodet A. blaoksinilli 

Olis A .^I, Justice, Cedar Ties and Po5l=. 
Selboch Rev J A (Catholic i. 
Trottier Lucius, builder. 

COLFAX. A postollice in Vv.r.v. 
county, on the \V. C. Line, IS mi.es 
northeast of Menominie, the county seat 
and nearest banking point. Populatu:!. 
850. Exp., X. P. J. D. Sim.ons, p"--- 
master. 

Corwin O P, physician. 
Grimesnide J L, general store. 
Hill & Kinney, grain. 
Kinney (* G, f.irm impts. 
Kinney & Fjelsted, general store. 
Jlathews W W, jusTice. 
Nelson Ole. general store. 
Uoseul.crg Peter, blacksmith. 
Running Peter, wagonmaker. 



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MinoJls Joliil J>, Genera! Store and 

Klour Mill. 
juUJ Cliris, meat market. 

COLGATE. On the "Wisconsin Cen- 
tral Line, in "\Vaul;eslia county, lU miles 
Dorlh of "Waukesha, the judicial seat ami 
i;earesl banking point. Tel W. L. 
Esp., N. P. Population, 100. A. 13. 
Hens'chel, postmaster. 

Bancroft P D, watchmaker. 
Duerwarchter Bros, saw mill. 
Uuerwarchter Christian, hole!. 
Duerwarchter Win, builder. 
Garden G A, railroad and express agent. 
llensoliel Ausu-t K, Grocer. 
Kasper Clirist, lilacksmith. 
Mngner Thomas, saloon. 

COLLINS. La Fayctle county. 
Xame chaii'jed to South lia,y;«;. 

COLOMA. A villase in "Waushara 
county, 18 miles west of AVautnma, the 
county seat, 13 south of Plainlield, the 
nearest banking point, find 3J west of 
C'oloma Station, its shippins; point. Stapes 
daily to Coloma Station. Popul.ation, 4G. 
Mail, daily. J. F. Spalding, postmaster. 

Crowder C, carpenter. 

Crowder Pvev F .1 (Congregational). 

Follett FJias, general store. 

Manley George, music teacher. 

Smith J AV, fed and saw mill. 

Smith T 15, h'.tfl. 

^•piildiiiU .B »■' Genera! Store. 

Twist Genriie, justice. 

Wilkinson F li, physician. 

COLOMA STATION. A post vil- 
lai^e on the Wisconsin Central Line, in 
Waushara county, 18 mdes west of Wau- 
tonia, the county seal, and K3 south C'f 
Plainfield, llie neare-t tiankini; point. 
Mail, daily. Mrs. F. Smith, posimaster. 

Rasselt Frank, hotel. 

Hulin S, general store. 

Durgin lliraiii vV; Co. lumber. 

Iaiiit U. I'L-ni-ral store. 

<iil>l>s li U', Ilarne-s.-maker. 

Inudes S B, carpenter. 

Lowe Thomas, shoemaker. 

MeLaUL'liliu Mrs Jane, dressmaker. 

McLaughliu J H, saloon. 

■Mueller Win, furniture. 

Uobber II "W, grain and produce. 

P>0Rer9 C, justi'e. 

Koyce K C, blacksmith. 



Schmudlock C P, hardware. 
Sherman George, exp and tel agt. 
Smith Bros, ceneral store. 
Siilitli :*Irs J A, General Store. 



COLUMBUS. A flourishing incor- 
porated city on the C-, M. & St. P. Ly, m 
Columbia county. 2^ miles soutaeast ot 
Portac'c the county seat.aO from Madison 
and i;:! from Milwaukee. Settled in lt^4iJ, 
it now contains a lariie flouring mid, ope- 
rated by power obtained from Fall creek, 
carriage and wagon shops, 2 banks. Bap- 
tist Presbyterian, Universahst. Comrrega- 
lional, Methodist Episcopal. Welsh Metn- 
odist Episcopal, German Lutheran, Ger- 
man Methodist and Catholic churches 
good schools, a public hall seating CoO, and 
2 weekly newspapers, the JUp'iolir.tn and 
Bemorrat Live stock and produce are 
shipped. Tel., AV. U. Exp., Am. Pop- 
ulation, 2,500. J. It. Decker, postmaster. 
Adams Micliael C. real estate. 
Allshwager U i.'ic Bro, meat market. 
Anderson Ole, produce. 
Annis II. Vflerinary surgeon. 
Babcock Cyrus M, piiysiciau. 
Bauchle P, cigar mnfr. 
Berdoll Louis, saloon. 
Binubam Bros, creamery. 
Bi«s"elt Nelson C, tailor. 
Bissell Mrs X C, milliner. 
Bolilmai\ .V, propr Kaniinm House. 
BoIU- H tV: ««oii, Books and Stationery. 
Bradley Wni, stuck breeder. 
Brauchle Peter, saloon. 
Bresee Mrs AV G. dressmaker. 
Breuning Gustavus, boots and shoes. 
Briese Carl A, wagonmaUer. 
Briesen E V, lawyer. 
Butler Wm, contractor. 
Churchill & Maxwell, dentists. 
Churchill & Sexton, grain. 
Coles Win G. lawyer. 
Cobinihus Mill Co, Hour mill. 
Copman A D, railroad agent. 
Cook Amusa G, lawyer. 
Davies David C. physician. 
Davits Lutlicr. umeral store 
I l>Ofkfi-.I IS, Propr Uepublican. 
Democrat, Parkinson & Eaton proprs. 
Dering ^Irs S .1. milliner, 
Devsenrotb A Yauman, furniture. 
Dodt'e Gilbert T, dry goods. 
EarU Miss llattie, arti-t. 
Earll Robert W. physician. 
Eicbberg "Wm .M, shoemaker. 
Erb John, jeweler. 
Erhart .John A, harnessmaker. 



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Evans S W A Son, live block. 
Everson C \V ic Co, meat market. 
Farmers' Home, C K Minnick prnpr. 
Fanner!.' and ;*2erf5i!»iU<<' I'liion 

Bank (Capital, sIO.OlOi, J E Wheeler 
Pres, R S Kockwell Casb. 

Farnham, Allen <k Co, lumber. 

First National Eank (capital, C-50,000), S 
W Chadbouru pres, J R Qoff cash. 

Foley J II, livery. 

Fuller Bros, general store. 

Fuller Mrs D S, music teacher. 

Gehrke Otto IJ, barber. 

Goodspeed & Birdsey, srorers. 

Griffith Miss A E. millmcr. 

Griswold Eugene, general store. 

Hachett Charles, carpenter. 

Hall Hugh, pumps. 

Hannemann A J, carpfnter. 

Hannemanti Wm, blacksmith. 

Harding Wm, painter. 

Hein Albert L, blacksmith. 

Hewins S E it Son, hotel. 

llowartl J(aii!C>i .!, Fliysician. 

Ingalsbe Anton W, live stock. 

Jackson J A- Co, wagonmakera. 

Jones liev J It (.Methodist). 

Kanipen House, A Bohlman propr. 

Katterhorn Miss Eliza, dressmaker. 

Kelly Mrs.Iulia P, pliysician. 

Kelsey David I), Ijlacksmith. 

Koblitz C, city mar.-hal. 

Koch Rev H (Lutheran), 

Krause August, cigar mnfr. 

Krueger Frederick, baker. 

Lavery Jliss Biidget, dressmaker. 

Lefflngwell John \V. st.jck Ijreeder. 

Limper Rev \, (^fclhodist). 

Linrk C, boots and shoes. 

Liliick <if<>rt,'0. General Store. 

Litz Miss .Sarah, dressmaker. 

Long H T, liunber. 

Loomis Harvi'y, shoes and grocer. 

Loomis Milford, contractor. 

Lowlh Edwin, justice. 

Lueders & Krause, produce. 

WcCouncll Jiimes, tailor. 

Manning J S, Hour and feed. 

Jlanning Samuel, farm irapts. 

Maxwell .John S, lawyer. 

Meyers AVm, conper. 

Minnick C R, [iropr Farmers' Home. 

Mohring Jlichael. tailor. 

Moll Christian, restaurant. 

Xcwloii Me<!iiiaii S, JIuslcal Instru- 
ments. 

Parkinson. A- Eaton, proprs Democrat. 

Pieper Carl F, black.^milli. 

Piutzner Louis, watronmaker. 

Prien Charles F, S'wing machines. 



Prien John, general store. 

Ranger AV, bill poster. 

Reese Aaron J, photographer. 

Hi'juiblicaii, John R Decker Propr. 

Riste Robert T, dentist. 

Roacbe Rev Henry J (Catholic). 

Roberts & Thiede, blacksmiths. 

Rowell Harvey, model maker. 

Royce Bros, stock breeders. 

RudlolT Gottfried A, barber. 

Sawyer Lewis J, hardware. 

Schendel Reinhard, milliner. 

Sherman Bert, saloon. 

Smith Jacob, tailor. 

fsicphcijs Oe<»rs.TC W, Lawyer. 

Stevens George C, hardware. 

Sutton John .J, lawyer. 

Swarthout & Ciuickenden, druggists. 

Thomas Charles, veterinary surgeon. 

Thompson Warren A, farm impts. 

Topp John, mayor. 

Topp John & Bro, general store. 

Turner, Blumenthal & Miller, marble wks. 

Vanakan Richard D, contractor. 

Vogl Franz, saloon. 

Von Briesen Ernst, lawver, 

AVahio Albert S, clothing. 

Wilier O, saloon. 

"Williams J(jhn, druririst. 

WilliaitiM <> 6S, Faruiture. 

AVilske Frank, produce. 

Winter Anton J, harness and trunks. 

Winter Mrs .Matthias, hotel. 

Wiight Jj A, veterinary surgeon. 

Woolnertou Rev I V (.Methodist). 

Zick Louis F, blacksmith. 



COMMONWEALTH. A stirring 
town on tlie C & N. W. Ry, in Florence 
county, 1 mile south of Fh.rence, the coun- 
ty seat, and 12 from Iron Mountain. .Mich., 
the nearest banking jioiut. I'ljpulation, 
.WO. Tel., W. U.' E.xp., Am. J. H. 
Kenncy, iiostmaster. 
Anderson John, saloon. 
like George, saloon. 
Carr W F, justice. 
Champagne Joseph, saloon. 
Commonwealth Iron Co, O C Davidson 

8upt, miners. 
Hind L H, builder. 
Iloltcns A:. Conner, contractors. 
Kciiiicy .1 II, Railroad, Express and 

Telegraph Agent. 
Knight R C, machinist. 
Lundwell Andrew, carpenter. 
McCraw Prosper, cigars. ' ' 
JIcKenna Patrick, saloon. 
Noall Wm, general store. 
Odcll R W, physician. 

North Star Ironworks. ) r.il-ncitr. •.nn li.ind«-KuL-in..Ers. Jla.Mni.ts. Knnnders. l!oileriMul>ers. 
I Alilsll 3I.I.M Kiel 1 lilM. (O. [- .llill"lii.-lit~, S.in .Mill JliU'lliiiiT) , Miuliie: .Mn.lihuT) , CorlK.s auJ lli--l' 
Astiland, - - Wisconsin. ) Sj.eeJ iDsines, EoilerN, I'oiierlrananilttiug .Machlner), etc. Soi- p. ti 



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rarmcnter A M, sLerlir. 
IVthliuan Victor, bUicksmith. 
liriiiicLand A, saloon. 
Trip;inier George, saloon. 
White F, blacksmith. 
Wolz Samuel, mason. 



COMSTOCK. On the C, St. P., M. 
iC O.IJy, in liarron county, 12 miles uoith- 
ViC^t of Barron, the county seat. Bank at 
Cunibcrland, G mile': distant. Population, 
lno. Mail, daily. .^Irs, Christina Daggett, 
])Ostmaster. 

CiiUvell E M, carpenter. 
C'aihvell James, carpenter, 
llo'.ve Andrew, shoemaker. 
Jftckson Thomas, live stock. 
Jnrgcnson Andrew, carpenter. 
Ulson C J, live stock. 
Stahl Frank, cooper. 
^llp^CJ• JoHcpIi r. Grocer. 

CONCORD. A postofflce in Jefferson 
county, 1,1 miles norlheasl of Jefferson, the 
county seat, and -Ij north of Sullivan, the 
nt-arest railro.id station. Oconoraowoo la 
'.lie nearest banking point. Population, 
I'-K). JIail, tri-weekly. 

Concord Dairy Association. 
I'upke Charles F, ceneral store. 
Forticrook Henry, 'Macksniith. 
S'nier L, wagonmaker. 
>tol| p_ blacksmith. 
S^iko Charles, blacksmith. 
}\ iggington n ii, farm impts. 
/istrow E"\V, saloon. 

CONNERSVILLE. A postofflce on 
i'».vrivcr, iuDuuu cuunly, 23 miles north- 
^"'e-t of Menomonie, the countv seat and 
■'^m location, and 8 north of P.oyceville, 
'rie nearest railroad station. Stages lo 
Menomonie and Prairie Farm; faies, .si 
nml .,ij cents respectively. Population ,,ni). 
■ 'an. weekly. F. L. Koberts, postmaster. 
'',■' '^ L,& Bro, saw mill. 
•t<»l>cr|s r J., General Store, Saw Mill 

«nd lihicksmith. 

COOK'S VALLEY. A poslofflce in 

v...|,p,.\va county, IS miles northwest of 

I'llTewa Falls, the county seat, and 7 

''■■Uiwest of Bloomer, the nearest railroad 

..i.ion and banking point. Stages semi- 

\'i-.y to Chippewa Falls; fare, si. Pop. 

\. ',■,.'.''; ^•^"^- -^lail, semi-weekly'. H E. 

" '^ "iiy, postmas'er. 

lUi-.nn p^.,|-.r_ general store. 



COOKSVILLE. A village on Bad 
Fish river, in Uock county, 20 miles north- 
west of Janesvillle. the couuty seat, and 7 
northeast of Evausvillu, on the C. &. \\'. 
Ry, the nearest railroad station and bank- 
ing point. Stages daily to Evansville and 
Edgerton; fare, 4 cents per mile. Popula- 
tion, 150, Mail, daily. C. H. ^Voodbury, 
postmaster. 

Graves Wm G, blacksmith. 
Leedle W II ;.t Lloyd, (lour mill. 
Morgan Thomas, carpenter. 
Porter W jM, justice. 
Preston & Searles, broom mnfrs. 
Robertson John O, general store. 
Vanvleck J P, corn planter mnfr, 
^\'oodl)ury Churlos li. General 

Store. 
AVoodbury Mabel C, music te.acher. 



COOLIDGE. A postoffice on the N. 
P. II. R , in Price county, '.) miles north of 
Phillips, the county seat, and 5 south of 
Filield, the nearest banking point. Pop- 
ulation, 22.'.. Tel., W. U. Exp..NP; 
V. P. Alwell, po.stmasler. 

Boyiii;;loii &. At well, Saw and Plan- 
ing .Mill. 
Felch J P. saloon. 
Harding II T & Co, jewcler.s. 
Seigler P F, railroad, cxp ami tcl agt. 



_ COON VALLEY. A village on Coon 
river, in Vernon county, !'> miles north- 
west of Viroqua, the county seat, and 9 
northwest of Westby, tlie nearest railroad 
station. Stages daily to Viroqua and La 
Cro.s3e. Population, CO. Mail, daily. 
S. P. Lier, postmaster. 

Enscbrelson John, tailor. 
Jensen Kev E (Lutheran). 
1/ier Ole. iuslice. 
B.icr iV llile. General Store. 
Marlhiiison Nicholson, shoemaker. 
Xeprud N II & Co, Hour and saw mill. 
Paulson Fred, general store. 
Stumke John, blacksmith. 

COOP.ERSTOWN. A postoffice on 
Xi'sliota river, in Manitowoc county, 18 
miles northwest of .Manitowoc, the count}- 
si-at, nearest rallroail station and hanking 
P'lint. Stages tri-weekly to Green Bay and 
Two Rivers; fare §1 to either place. Pop- 
ulation, 2:)0. Mail, tri-weeekly. 
Alice Moses, hotel. 

AroiK ,\ll»or«. General Store and Hotel. 
Barleliue John, meat market. 



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Geimer John, cbetse mnfr, 

Golfredsou Bros, farm impts. 

Ileise II F, har.ie mnfr. 

Kolocljtski TLiiirap.5, hotel. 

Metz Martin, l'':ick = mi;h. 

Orrtins C!aii'<, Grocer 

Pilgur Adolph, blacksmith. 

Scballeru B, phy.ciciau. 

Seklegemilch E, Hour mill. 

Shimeck J, shosiuaker. 

Stoinhrccker f-'Siarlcs, Saw Jlill. 

Wanish Frauk, geu store, saloon and impts 

Zcdiea Fred, hotel. 



COEBETT. Chippewa county. Ka„ie 
clianred to M'arnci'. 



CORNING. A pobt(,ffice in Lincoln 
county, 12 milt.^ southwjsl of Merrill, the 
county beat, nearest railroad stalitm and 
banking point. Population. 50 JIail, 
weeklj'. Carl Klebeuow, postmaster. 



CORTLAND. A country pottoffice 
in Tri-rnpealfau county, 2.5 miles from 
■Whilcball, the judicial seat, and from 
Arcadia, the nearest banking and sliip- 
ping point. A. W . llensel, postmaster 
and farmer. 



COTTAGE GROVE. On tlio C. & 
N. \V. I{y, in Dane county, 12 miles cast 
of Madison, the county seat and 7 from 
Deertiild, the nearest banking imim. Pop- 
ulation, 120. Tel, W. U." i:xp., Am. 
Julius F. iSeefe, jioslmaster. 

Ariiislr4>ii;;r iV <'<>, Grain. 
Brown l!er(, p.iulir^-. 
Gaston V C, live stnck. 
* Gibbons II li, lunihur and farm imnt.i 
Hacker T L, cattle breeder. 
Kanouse \\ li, general store. 
I.eiiiUiurg J J, cuienier. 
Necfe Frank, justice. , 

.Voclc .liiliiis i.'. General Stoic and 

Cheese -Mnfr. 
North J, live st( ck. 
Xorth ^iiss Venice, dressmaker. 
Olnian O S, general store. 
Peterson (Jsborn, blacksmith. 
Hatmau Martin, laundry. 
Reynolds D W, hotel and farm impts. 
Travis A L, physician. 
L'lilioff Kmma, tele'^rraph atrcnt. 
Uplioff W'm, railroad and e.\p agent, 
"Waif Jolin, live stueii. 

COX. On Yellow river, la Chippewa 
county, 31 miles norlhea.-t of Chipjiewa 



Falls, the county seat and usual banklnj 
point, and 16 from Boyd, the nearest ship- 
ping point. Slatres to Bovil ; fare, .^l. 
Population, 100. 'Mail, weekly. G, \V. 
Wilcox, postmaster. 

Aasetli L 11, blacksmith. 
Rii<i!sell J J, Justice. 

CRAFT. On the Wisconsin Central 
Line in Chippewa county, 7i miles from 
Chippewa Falls, the county stat and near- 
est banking point. K\-p,, Am. ilail. 
daily. Population, 50. E. B. Craft, post- 
master. 

CRANDON. The judicial seat of 
Forest county, is located on Lake .Malon- 
ga, 17i miles northeast of Pelican Lake, 7 
from AVall and C- from Crandon lioad, on 
the M., St. P. vt .S. Ste. M. Ry, Bank at 
Antigo. Settled in L'^Sl, it now contains 
a church, a graded school, a saw mill, c. 
court house and 2 weekly newspapers, 
FortM Lc'ivcs and the /■'■trixi Jicpiifjli'ir. 
Stages semi weekly to Pelican Lake; fare, 
ijl, .and daily to Crandon Hn.ad ; fare, jO 
cents. Population, 2j0. Mail, dady. M. 
S. Barker, postmaster. 

Bailey G H, pronr Park House. 

BarUfi- .TS S tV Co, General Store. 

Booth B S, blacksmith. 

Burgess \Vm R, cnunty surveyor. 

Champion Ideu G, insurance. 

(>ook Frank, justice. 

DeLoug (.;iosson C, coiuily clerl;. 

Forest Leaves, Wm J Xew projir. 

Forest Republican. Samuel Shaw propr. 

July Rev Father (Catholic). 

Laugesen ICrik P, blacksmith. 

Marquardt >t Laugesen, general store. 

^lasbaum John, hotel and drugs. 

Masbaum J M, county ju(i!;e. 

^Lat;'.fcl(it Louis, county Iri-nsurer. 

Xew Wm .r, propr Forest Leaves. 

I'arli Skoiisc, G H Bailey Propr. 

Kiggs C ]'"' II. justice. 

Roljcrls Steiihen B. saw mill. 

Shaw Samuel, propr Forest Republican. 

Shay P, register of deeds. 

^Vebb R S, clerk circuit court. 

"Webb ^Viili3 E, drayman, 

Wilson Rev James S (Presbyterian'). 

Woodbury Edwin O. sheiiil. 

Wyman Egbert, law and absttncts. 

CREAM. In Buft'alo county, 9 milts 
from Alma, the judicial scat, bankini: at) 1 
shipjiing point, ilail, tri-weekly. F. -Nick- 
el, jiostmaster. 



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Haigh D, apiarist. 

Jabii Chris, juslice. 

Kemp "\V E, farmer. 

K'lenrig Julius, slineniaUer. 

Lliieolii Co-«>|»cr«l!ve Creamery, 

F Nicliel Sec and Mogr. 
M;iier "W, butter ivinfr. 
Slirncder H, carpeuter. 
Sliullz J F, meat market. 
Zrozow A, town clerk and justice. 

CRETE. A postoQlce on the ^yiscon- 
sin Central ;Line, at the crot.sing of tht 
M., L. S. & W. Ry, in Winuebat;o county, 
IC miles uorthwe.st of 0-hkosh, the county 
seat, and 9 norlhwest of Neenuh, tlu; near- 
e^-t banking point. Poimlation, 10. fixp., 
U. S. Ttl., W. U. II. II. Hanson, post- 
master. 

Gurdes ,T B, railroad, cxp and tel agent. 
IIIllM^Ull Ci >J, G.-neral Store. 

CRIVITZ. The railroad name for 
which is Elli.s .Junction, is in IMarinette 
county, on the :\I. & >f. K. U., 2'i miles 
northwest of Marinette, the seat of justice 
and bank location. lVi[iulation, ilOl). E.xp., 
Am. Tel., \V. U. W. T. Uogers, post- 
master. 

.\lcotl A, telegraph atrent. 
iJartels F J, notary public, 
lieisker Charles, blacksmith. 
Butler-Mueller Co, general store, saw and 

planing mill, 
nrexicr jo.cppb, blacksmith. 
Dunn Robert, aotel. 
llawtrey K. railroad and e.xp agent. 
Holland Tiraolhy, liotcl. 
Mclver John, hut;'!. 
UoKcrs W T, District Clerk. 
t^chllck George, hotel. 
?chliemann Charhitte, general store. 
tk'hliemann F J, physiciau. 

CROCKER'S LANDING. On the 
^\ iscnnsiu river, in I'ortage county, IJ 
miles northwest of Stevens' Point, tlie 
Judicial seat, and Tj soiilheast of Knowltoii, 
0" tlie C, M. & St. P. Hv. Banking 
facilities at Stevens' P.dnt, or at Musinee. 
lOj miles distant. Mail, weekly. P(.pu- 
lalloD, 1,50. S. G. il. Crocker, postmaster. 

Crocker Daniel I & Bro, general store. 
♦ 'roclivr St; J|, Grocer, Blacksmith 

and \Viig,)umaker. 
Crocker Vet, dentist. 
Manan J L. g,,.C(:r. 
n/dlhce .V Ht..adford, saw mill. 
^M'lieFM, justice. 



CRONK. In Brown county, 11 miles 
south of Green Bay, the judicial seat, and 
7 from De Pere. Mail, b}- special supply. 
C. A. Morrison, postmaster ami farmer" 

CROSS. Buffalo county. Xame chaugeil 
to Bohri. 

CROSS PLAINS, On the P. du C. 

div. C, il. A; St. P. Ky, ia Dane county, 
15 miles \\esl of Madison, the county seat. 
The villages of Foxville, Christiini and 
Cross Plains are within a shoit distance 
of each other, Chrisliua being the business 
centre and Cross Plains llie postoliice. 
Population, 500. Tel., \V. U. Kxp., Ad- 
ams. F. X. Fredrick, postmaster. 

Baer Julia, general store. 
Brendler Charles A, blacksmith. 
Ifi'CiKilcr Kloiisc, Michael Brendler 

Propr. 
Broph}' Juhu, justice, 
demons & Hall, Henry C Repp mugr, 

grain. 
Conner John D, railroad, exp and tcl agt. 
Dahmen Herman J, gen ttore and saloon. 
Ehrman Joseph, meat market. 
Esser .Jacob, brewer. 
Faust's Brass Band, J F Faust leader. 
Faust Joseph, carpenter and furniture. 
J->o<l!-ioli r_\, Haruess.Trunks, Sewing 

JIachines and Pumps. 
Frederick U ]!, printer. 
Hartman Rev Joseph (Catholic). 
Hering Gustav it Son, flour mill. 
Jacobs Herman, mason. 
Kerl Edward, blacksmith. 
Koch Philip, blacksmith. 
Koein Jnhn, blacksmith. 
Jjapph-v Bros, musical instruments. 
.Marx \Vm it Joseph, blacksmiths. 
Mi-yiT Carl, shoemaker and barber. 
Prien I[ & Co, geneial store. 
Rolfs Henry, Hour mUl. 
Ri>=i'bHeh Mrs Gertrude, druL'L'ist. 
Seaman fjouis. lumber and live stock. 
SIriekfj- .'f3iciia«'l, General Store. 
Trager KMbert (J, S'lluou. 
TJehfrsezlch Christian, undertaker. 
UclHrs( zich Engelliert, saloon. 
Uebersi zjch Mrs Mar)', milliner. 
Valentine John, shoemaker and grocer. 
Virnig A A; Son. saloon and harness. 
"Wigant B. apiari.st. 
Wolbert Geurge, junk. 
Zehnpfenig John, justice and shoemaker. 



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Waupaca, the county seat, nearest railroad 
station and bmkinc; point. Stages dail\- 
to "Waupaca and Saxeville; fare, .jO cents 
to either place, Population, 2.j. !Mail, 
daily. Sumner Packard, postmaster. 

Eaton W S, justice. 



CRYSTAL RIVER. A villase in 
Waupaca county, :) miles so\itU of Wau- 
paca, tlie seal of justice, to whicli point 
mail shonld be sent. 



CUBA CITY. A village on the C. & 
N. W. Ky, in Grant county, 2^ miles 
southeast of Lancaster, tlie county seat, 
and 11 south of Plattpville, the nearest 
banking point. Population, 400. Tel., 
W. U. Exp., Am. J. n. C'ottinsham, 
postmaster. 

Andrew A B, Ijarber. 

Berryman Henry, lumber. 

Brewer &, Jeffrey, hotel. 

Brown Mrs George, boarding house. 

Conlon James, justice. 

Conlon M, plasterer. 

Conlon Philip, piiinter. 

CoHiDuJiain ilrox. General Store, 

Jlilliuery and News Agents. 
Cuba City Band. 
Eustice Bros, general store. 
Fiedler Bros, snloon. 
Fusch II, builder. 
Grinim Philip, shoemaker, 
llarker Frank, harne^smaker. 
llarkcr .lohn, meat k. ^rket. 
HawleyA: Co, grain elevator. 
Hendricks & Harris, general store. 
Iloskius Wni, luniber'aud lime. 
Jeffrey Bros & Blight, general store. 
Keiiier Christ, carpet weaver. 
Kivlalmn Bros, saloon. 
Kivlahan T, feed mill. 
Knobe H, hotel. 
Bemeaux :Miss, dressmaker. 
IjUvc J O, Physician. 
McFarlane Bros, druggists. 
JIankev \V H, jewelrr 
Jlitchell Thomas, blicksmith. 
Jlitchell Wm, wheelwright. 
Nash & Co. livery. 
Palmer & McBride, hardware. 
Peacock Miss 11, music teacher. 
Beifsteck &, Han is, live stock. 
Richards J F, plasterer. 
Schmidt J A, cooper. 
Smith W T, saloon 
Stephens Johu, justice, railroad and cxp 

aijent. 



Slej»lioii§ Samuel, Printer and Tele- 
graph Agent, 
Wagner Jacob, saloon. 
Walsh John, builder. 
Walsh & Kenney, furniture. 
Wilson li A i& Co, general store and grain. 



CUMBERLAND. On Beaver Dam 
lake and on the C, St. P., M. &0. I!v, 
iu Barron county, 18 miles northwest of 
Barron, the county seat. It v.-as tirst settled 
in 1870, and now contains 6 cliurches, a 
graded public school employing .") teachere. 
2 public hails capable of "seating 500 and 
400 each, si public library, a ban!:, l! steam 
saw mills, a grist mill, a shingle mill, and 
a number of well stocked special and gen- 
eral stores, etc. A live weekly newspaper, 
the Adroca;,:, is pidilished. Exp., Am. 
Tel., W. U. Population, 1,000. Thomas 
M. Purtell, postmaster. 

Anderson Frank-, meat market. 

Kalioook Isaac «, Physician. 

Bank of Cumljerlnnd (capital, .■?2..'i00). John 
F Miller jires, Charles F Kaik cash. 

Baxter John E, carpenter. 

Beaver Dam Lumber Co, Cb.auncey W 
Griggs prts, Aildison Foster treas. 

Becker Adam, confectioner. 

Bennett Charles E, lumber. 

Beiitson & Johnson (.Martin Bentson, Rob- 
ert Johnson), saloon. 

Bigelow Frank P, jeweler and books. 

Bonett C E, veterinary surgeon. 

Broellle Jacob I, eeneral store. 

Cole Jlr.s I) II, milliner. 

Commercial Hotel. Mrs SE Thomas proj.r. 

Comstock Henry S, county judge and law- 
yer. 

Constance George I, grocer. 

Corbett John, blacl;=milh. 

Cumberland Advocate, F F Mor_'an cdtr. 

Cumberland Band. Thomas I.),irli\' lender. 

Cumberl.and Milling Co, () A Bit'an ores. 
Frank Algo sec and mngr. 

Darby Thomas, shoemkr and leader baud. 

Decker .Tohu J. grocer. 

Donatellf Wm, grocer. 

Doolittle Henry C, meats and justice. 

Foote Charles E, dentist. 

Foote JIra .May, music teacher. 

Frissell George, billiards. 

Fuller James II, barber. 

Fuller John F, general store and drucs. 

Fuller Wm N, lawyer. 

Goodman it Corcoran (.Tohn Gooilman, 
James Corcoran i.proprs Sherman House. 

Hall Wm A, clolliuig and shoos. 

Helms Henry, millwright. 



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llevland Cliarles ^Y, baker. 

nines Jlary C, confectioner. 

Ilopkius Win B, physician. 

Hold Cumberland, .J H Kabler propr. 

Hufibes ]\Iatbe\v, carpenter. 

Hunter Wm L, saw mill. 

HynJman JIabel, mus'c teacher. 

Irwin George U, stoclv breeder. 

Jacobson Peter D, furniture. 

Jobnson Peter A, photocrapher. 

.lun^blut Hev C L (Catbolic). 

Kabler John H, propr Hotel Cumberland. 

Kalk Charles F, cash Bank of Cumberland 
and insurance. 

Kellerman August II, hardware. 

Kerby Lafayette, carpenter. 

Keyes David II, general store. 

Lonqiiist Joliu, drufrgist. 

I.nff George L, railroad agent. 

.McDowell A L, painter. 

.Merchants' Hotel, Tewksbury & Page 
piopriJ. 

Morgan Fred F, editor Cumberland Advo- 
cate. 

^torris George, blacksmith. 

-"^Iiirphy Hev T F (Congregational). 

O'Brien Kale, milliner. 

I'eabody Hev A B (Episcopal). 

IVase VValter C, phyirician. 

Peck Sidney H, mason. 

Pnitell Thomas II, postmaster. 

Kilnn A & Co (Oic A Hitan, Samuel W 
Hines), general store and saw mill. 

I'.oberta Wm, saloon and livery. 

"'•rhultz Clara .J, drcsniaker. 

Srhultz Henry, saloon. 

N-hultz Wni, justice of peace. 

Sherman House, Goodman & Corcoran 
proprs. 

"^hipherd Henry P, tinsmith. 

Shlpherd H Z, justice, 

^lone Ivcr E, merchant tailor. 

^^one liev John (. Methodise. 

1 ewksbury A-, I'age (Samuel J Tewksbury, 
Christopher Page), proprs Merchants' 

'Hi'imas Mrs S K, propr Commercial Hotel. 
'^_alsli Thomas, city marshal. 
\\ Hletman Ficd D, livery. 
-\iN(.y HcvL A (Methodist). 
>\oltr August, harnessmaker. 
\\ oodeock Mrs G L, grocer. 



_ CURRAN. Jackson county. 
'»ised t: .iich'.eriille. 



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CURRAN. A postofflce in Kewaunee 
r.'unty. H] inji^g goulhwest of K.'waiinee, 
• ■'■judicial seat, and 18 southeast of Green 
"*y. .Miiil. tri-weekly. 



CURRY. A recently established post- 
offlce in Ashland county. 



CURTISS. A post village on the Wis- 
consin Central Line, in Clark county, 41) 
miles northeast of Xeillsville, the county 
seat and S* from DnrciiP'^ter, the usual 
banking point. Population. 'JdO. Tel., 
W. U. Exp., X. P. A. X. Virch, post- 
master. 

ArensoD Amund, hotel. 
Bass A D, general store and saw mill. 
Dorlhljerg John, carpenter. 
Hanson J 'SI, caijienter. 
Kademan Richard, mason. 
Lang Herman, mason. 
Maxam L L, railroad, e.xp and tel agent. 
Mechlett Henry, blacksmith. 
Olson Andrew, sahinn. 
Viroli .4, X, General Store, Hay and 
Justice. 



GUSHING. A postotlice in Polk 
county, 20 miles north of C'sceoia Mills, 
the county seat, and 11 from .St. Croix 
Falls, the nearest railroad station and 
banking point. !Mail, daily. £. A. Smith, 
postmaster and farmer. 



CUSTER. On the Whsconsin Central 
Line, in Portage county, 8 milts east of 
Stevens' Point, the county stat and nearest 
banking point. Popul'ition, 00. Tel., 
W. U. 11. W. Manslield, postmaster. 

Klinski Frank, proilucc. 
Kluck Joseph, hve stock. 
Kokovitch Stephen, blacksmith. 
Krouth A, railroail, exp and tel agent. 
Lukasavage George, blacksmith. 
Lukasavage J, produce. 
Mauslield Henry W, hotel and grocer. 
Peaurla L' J, grocer. 
Slniartzmyi-r Hev J D (Catholic). 
"W'inslow Mark, justice. 



CYLON. A postoftice on Willow 
river and on the Wisconsin Central Line, 
in township of same name. St. Croix coun- 
ty, 28 miles northeast of Hudson the coun- 
ty seat, and 9 northeast of Xew Kichmond, 
the nearest Isankiug point. Eip., X. P 
Tel., ^V. U. Population, T.". 

Adgate L J, general store. 
Beebe F M, feed mill. 
Breckenridge 11, grocer. 
Goodrich E. wagonmakcr. 
LeeThoiTias J, hardware. 
JlcGrath Wm, blacksmith. 



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McXamara J F, shoes. 
■ I\IoshcT &, Co, train. 
riaiith L A, saddler. 



DACADA, A post villase in Sheboy- 
gan count}-, o4 miles north of ^Milwaukee, 
20 southwest of Sheboygan, the county 
seat. "3 east of Kandom Laiie, the nearest 
railroad slatiou and 12 northwest of Port 
» U'asbiiigtoH, the nearest bankinj; point. 
Pi^pulation, 2.j0. ifail, tri-weekly. JI. 
L. Schmiuler, postmaster. 

Dahm Matthew, blacksmith. 
Dt'picsse .Facob P, ^'eaeral store. 
Crasser ^Nicholas, cheese mnfr. 
Jungcrs J, wagonmaker, 
Uiesterer Joseph, shoemaker. 
Sclii!ii<Ucr J, General Store, Hotel 

and Furniture. 
Schons Peter, blacksmith. 
Weller Louis, shoemaker. 



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DAKOTA. A village on the Mechan 
river, in Dakota towniliip, Waushara 
County, 8 miles southwest of "Wautomu, 
the county seat, 10 southeast of Colonia 
Station, the nearest railroad point, and 10 
from Princeton the nearest Ijaiiking point. 
'Slaves semi-weekly to Hichford and 
C^>loina Station. Populatiou, ."lU. .Mail, 
semi-weekly. Mrs. L. .T. Crandall, post- 
master. 

Criii:<Iull I^Zrs ff.. J, Grocer and Hotel. 

Graiiisc .iuliu--. sa'v and feed mill. 

Gult.che Edward, general store. 

Hill V G. justice. 

Huberts W L, general store. 

Tetsla\ifL' Herman, .saw milt. 



DALE. A viiliige on the Wisconsin 
Central Line, iu township of sinne n mie, 
(.)utaganiie county, 1:^ miles west of Ap- 
pleton, the coimty seat and usual hanking 
point. PopuUitiou, 12-5. 'i'el., W. U. 
I'^xp., N. P. John Leppla, postmaster. 

Bottrell Tiicluird, justice. 

("annon Samuel, cheese mnfr. 

(.'lemons Fred, f:.ini unpts. 

f'ean D W . rlieoe bu\er. 

Delong W W, carpenter. 

Drews Albert, cheese mnfr. 

Grossmaun .\ugiisl, carpenter. 

Orossmann Henry, mason. 

Heni.'r \Vm H, carpenter and mason. 

Iluellle Ferdinand, wagonmaker. 

llurth Peter, hotel. 

ICueliul A F, saloon. 

Lawrence Ertt, shoemaker. 



I.<C|M>I:( .Joiili, General Store and Farr.; 

Implements. 
Lobdeli John, blacksmith. 
Blayer Joseph, notary puljlic. 
Nelson B & A. cheese mnlrs. 
Otis George W. saloon. 
Otis W E, railroad, exp and tel agt. 
Schuyder Joseph, cheese miifr. 
Speugler W H, geneial store. 
Wittlintrer Charles, cheese mnfr. 



DALLAS. On Pine creek, in Barmn 
county, 1-1 nules south of Barron, the jii- 
dicial seat and usual hanking point, and 1.' 
from Chetek, the nearest ship|>ing poiut. 
Population, To. Tri-weckly mail stage to 
Chetek. K. Espeseth, postmaster. 

Anderson James A, llour and saw mills. 

Christianson Ole, shoemaker. 

Kspt's-L'lli EkiiiKit, General Store. 

Foster W S, general store. 

Freeing Ole, tailor. 

Gilstadt &, Durand, general store. 

Grauum M O, cabiuctnial;er. 

Hoj't Bros, wagonmakers. 

PkUisell I) A, county surveyor. 

Sevtrson Samuel, blacksmith. 



DALY. On the C. M. & St. P. Kv. 
in W'fiod connlv, 21 miles southwest '1 
Grand Hapuls. tiie seal of justice and usu u 
banking point. Population, oO. Mail, 
daily. H, A. Sampson, postmaster. 

Balcli Jiihn, cranberry grower. 
Cross A N, cranberry grower. 
Cumniin!;s Mrs C, cranberry grower. 
Daly iV Hilliipsoii, General Store aiiii 

Saw and Planing .Mills. 
Ingrahani J E, cranberry grower. 
Kline Charles, cranberry grower. 

DANCY. Formerly known as Hutch 
inson, is a lumiiering settlement on I •■ 
Wisconsin Valley div. of the C , M ct :: 
P. Uy, in I^Iaralhon county, 21 miles pi"--,, 
of Wausau, the judicial seat, and 7; frOfr" 
Mosinee, the nearest banking point. Exp 
Am. Tel.,W. U, Population, oOO. E.J 
Welland, postmaster. 

Altenburg A Stoddard, saw mill. 
Bampton Frank, justice of peace. 
Bearss F E, railroad, exp and tel agt. 
Dinwoodie D C, grocer. 
Kittleson Rev (CongrcgatiMnalt. 
KuoUer George G, saloon and lumber. 
La Du Willis, grocer. 
Leitz August, saloon. 
Marion John L, general store. 



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>,cgclUc, Petsy A; Co, Saw .Mil 
WLeiiton L, ties, posts, etc. 
Wood A J, saw mill. 



DANE. On the C. & N. W. Hy. in 

Dine county, 16 milep northwest of Madi- 
son, the county seat and usual banking 

point. E.\-p.. Am. Tel., W, U. Popu- 

lalloD, 200. M. O'Dwyer, postmaster. 

Acker George, saloon. 

Aiilialt JF, Ilarnc.ssMiaker. 

Ilevirri Peter, Faloon. 

Chrlstman Mrs Fannie, saloon. 

Clemens Bros, carpenters. 

Glomes 5Irs J, milliner. 

Coward F C. railroad, e.'cp and tel agt. 

Dickart A, meat market. 

Dobm W A, live stock. 

Grettinger Picv M (Catliolic). 

Heir A;^Statz, windmills. 

.Tacobson Ole, slioemakcr. 

Karls M B, general store. 

Knuteson A^ blacksmith. 

Kolbes Bros, general store. 

Laur Nicholas, saloon. 

Lockwood John, produce. 

Meek George A, WHgonmaker. 

Moran D I), iiliyticiaii. 

O'Dwjcr ri2, General Store and Jus- 
lice. 

Stalz Bros, saloon. 



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DANVILLE. 

CM. 

DANVILLE. A post village on Craw- 
fish river, in Dodge county, IG miles south- 
west ot .Tuncau, the county seat, 1 from 
Elba, its railroad alation, and li from Co- 
lumbus, the bai klui; point. Populatiuu, 
-jO. Tel., W. U. E. U. Walker, post- 
master. 

Brainaril Rev J C (Metliodist). 
Breyer C. carpenter. 

Dongau fj, railroail, express and tel agent. 
Orueneberg W, carpenter. 
Henry C M, saloon. 
Lang Henry, wagonmaker. 
Marquette A, blacksmith. 
Murphy E, justice of peace. 
K'Klvleman it .Jaenors, ilour mill. 
Miilker A;. *.'<». General Store, Lumber 

and Planing JUU. 



DARBELLAY. In Kewaunee couu- 
'y, '-.'1 miles uorihwest of Ivcwauuee, the 
couuty Seat, and 20 from Green liay, the 
neartst railroad point. Ahnapce is the near- 
_t Idiuklng point Mail, daily. .Toscph 
ery, postmaster and general store 



DARBOY. A postoflice in Calumet 
county, 24 miles northwest of Clinton, the 
county seat, and 4j southeast of Applelon, 
the nearest railroad station and banking 
point. Settled in LSIO, it contains a Cath- 
olic church and Catholic and district 
schools. Population, 400. Mail, tri-week- 
ly, Henry Von Vorst, poslmasler. 

Hopensberger Peter, saloon. 
Schoell Kev M (Catholic). 
Schumacher .Tohn, saloon. 
Schwalbach Gi^'irge, justice of peace. 
Villi Voi>l Blciiry, General Store. 
Wirtz George, cheese mnfr. 



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DARIEN. A stirring village on the R. 
& S. W. div. C, M. it St. P. Ily, in town- 
ship of same name, Walworth county, 9 
miles southwest of Elkhoru, the county 
seat, and 4 southwest of Uelavan, the near- 
est banking point. It contains 3 churches, 
a school, 2 clevatois and a creamery. 
Shipments, butter, cheese, liay, oats and 
barley. Population. 500. Tel., W. U. 
Exp., Am. E. E. Park, postmaster. 

Barker Lumber Co, H E Seaver mngr. 

Bassler .Tudson, harnessmaker. 

Bassler Mrs J S, milliner. 

Chrislie George, suiiervisor. 

Clongh Bros (Darwin P and Wm E), live 
stock. 

Clough D P, supervisor. 

Clough Wm E, town treasurer. 

Cronan Jerry L, blacksmith. 

Dykeman Henry, shoemaker. 

Fisk John, mason. 

F.ii^el John, harnessmaker. 

Frank Henry, tailor. 

Gale James, carpenter. 

Gile U Austin, agent C, M .t St P Ry. 

Hastings L E, supervisor. 

Heyer jMiss Emma, music teacher. 

Hcyer J Jacob, hardware. 

llullister Lorenzo I), constable. 

Hordir A- Heed (August H Ilortler, George 
L Heed), meal market. 

Johnson Mrs Frank, physician. 

Johnson Juseph, as^-'cssor. 

Joliii>oii .1 a A. Son (John B and 
Fianl;), (irainand Feed. 

Juhnson J J it Co (John J Johnson, B II 
Welch), general store. 

Johnson Seth T. propr Saxtrm House. 

Jollll^Oll iV CiilluTt (Joliu 15 John- 
son, John Gilbert), Baled Hay and 
Straw. 

Jones Abijah, constable. 

Lathrop George F, general store. 

LIuderaaun Charles, saloon. 



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Miserez Peter J, shoemaker. 

Mulks G Washintr'iOQ, justice. 

Munsou Charles 11, blacksmith. 

Miskern Fratik C, apiarist. 

Odell Eugene D, ji:ilice. 

Owens John II, Ciirpeuter. 

Park Edwin E, postmaster. 

Peebles A; Gilliland (James S Peebles, 
Andrew W Gillib.ud), cheese mnfrs. 

Rood J F, physician. 

Saxton House, S T Johnson propr, 

Saxton Isaac L, horse breeder. 

Seaver Bros (James E and Kodneyj, gro- 
cers. 

Seaver Horace E, mngr Barker Lumber 
Co. 

Smith Edwin IT, justice. 

Stariu Jlrs O C, carjiel weaver. 

Strjdicr James, con?tal)le. 

Thomas Lewis, mason. 

Vanderhoot John M, smiu and feed. 

Waite Isaac X, carpenter. 

Waite Lucius C, liarber. 

Williams David, ju.stice. 

Williams D & Co (DeLosa Williams, Hiley 
S Young), drur;g!sts. 

Winters Lorenzo D, overseer of highways. 

Wright Mrs Ilullie, millini/r. 

Wright .Merrick, farm iinpt,. 

Young Kiley S, town clerk. 

DARLINGTON". The juddcia! scat 
of LaFayette county, in the ceulur of 
which it is situated, is an important .'=tatioa 
on the C, M. & St. P. liy, loG miles 
southwest of -Milwaukee, southeast of 
Calamine, 10 northwest of Gratiot Junc- 
tion, and I'lO southwest of Madison, Ex 
celleut water power 1^' afforded by the 
Pecatonica river, and tlie city now con- 
tains several large flour mills, a foundry 
and machine shop, 'i banks, j'.aptist. .Meth- 
odist, Catholic, Congregational and lOpis- 
copal churches, good sciiools and Ij weekly 
newspapers, the lu'/iiiblirun, Ihc Democrat — 
Register and the Jo'ii-jutl. Tlic city Ims a 
fine mineral spring. Gooil liotel accom- 
modation, the Meehan Kotel being iirst- 
class in its appointments. Darlington is 
SUrro\ind(d by an cxcfcllent farming coun- 
try. Wheat and live stock are the piin 
cipal shipments, and land i.s worth from 
^20 to s^liO per acre. Stages semi-weekly 
to Argvlo and Monroe. Poindation. 1.700. 
Tel., W. U. Exp., U. S. James Driver, 
postmaster. 

Anderson J Wesley, dentist. 
Barlow P D & E G (Pheris D and Edward 
G), general Storc. 



Chicap k Gfand Trun.^ H 



Barnes Bros (pjdward T and Henry AV!. 

proprs Democrat-Register. 
Berglund Olaf, b.arlier. 
Blackbitrii .Soliii, Justice of the 

Peace and Insurance ; UepresentioL' 

First-Class Companies; Collections 

:\Iade. 
Blair John C, physician. 
Blakely Charles, blacksmith. 
Bottomly Charles, drayman. 
Boyle Miss Mary, milliner. 
Boyle Peter, hotel. 
Boyle ifc Collins, lumber. 
Breen & Schartz (John Breen, George 

Scharlz), saloon. 
Brown Henry L, propr Darlington Journal. 
Brown John, shoen-od;er. 
liruce James H, hardware. 
Buche Gu?tave, saloon. 
Burns-Clegg Mrs ilary A, photngrapher. 
Callahan Bros (Patrick and Johni, saloon. 
Carey Chailes H, physician. 
Churchill Jlalcnlm S, jeweler. 
Citizens' Isalional Bank (capital, s.")0,0001, 

James Judge i>res, George '^ West cash. 
Clementsou George, circuit judge. 
Cone Ilarrj' J. meats. 
Conley Michael, grocer. 
Coiilcy tV BEi'<sok'i (Patrick IT Conley. 

Thomas J Brooks), Lawyers and Xota- 

ries Public: Collections Prompily At- 
tended to. 
Connel! Timothy, boots and shoes. 
Cornelius Frank, furniture. 
Darlington House, Joseph Proctor propr. 
Darlington Journal. II L Brown propr. 
Darlington Rejiublican, J G >Ionahan 

propr. 
Democrat-Register, Barnes Bros proprs. 
Demutb John, saloon. 
Di.xou .Mrs Charles A, milliner. 
Driver Bros (Kobert H ami Joseph B), 

general store. 
Driver James, jiostmaster. 
Driver Joseph B, druggist. 
Driver Jo=ci>lius, tailor. 
Duncan Frank (', general store. 
Farmer John, saloon. 
Farriugton John B, general store. 
Ferguson Frank L, dentist. 
First National liank (capital, .■550.0001, 

Philo A Ortou pres, George S Anthony 

cash. 
Gallagher John, carpenter. 
Giiberlson Gilbert, mason. 
Gleasou Thomas, auctioneer. 
Gordon Frank, jjhotographer. 
Gray Henry H, real estate. 
Gray Warri-n, nursery. 
Green Rev Henry M i^Kpiscopnl). 

The Favorite Route East 

VIA NIAGARA FALLS. 



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Greeu Zimri B, grnrcr. 

Green ifc Foolit tZiraii B Green, Cluis 
Footit), poultry. 

Guhl Chris, restaurant. 

Halloran Edward, Ij.ardware. 

Hamilton Bobert, lire stocl:. 

llannon Rev M (Catholic). 

Harrison & Yeager (John Harrison, Charles 
Yeaser), blacksmiths. ] 

Hebenstreit George, carpenter. 

Hofniann Matthias, furniture. 

Holway liarry, livery. 

Hooper "Walter ,J. lawyer. 

Hotel ^SccSiiHi, Jolin I\Iee)iftn Ptopr; 
the Only First-Chis.s Hotel in the City. 
(>Ve ado, hclow ) 

Huntington Myron L, physician. 

ilurd Rev A (Congregational. 

Iiigraliam Nathaniel I), plasterer. 

Ketfe James, grocer. 

Ktyes J Ezra, carpenter. 

ICydd \Vm II, veterinary .surgeon. 

f^umb Frederick A, barlier. 

LriDgford Charles, barber. 

Law WilBon H, notion.^. 

I^each Thomas, dry goods. 

Lee Mrs GenrL'C, (Iris.-maker. 

Lewie Philip, Larbt-r. 

-McAllistur Andrew, re!,taurant. 

McGlnley John, insurance. 

-■^IcOuigan Robert, saloon. 

MeManuis Sylvester, boots and shoes. 

Mann Henry L. car)i(;uler. 

Marshal! t.t'orKC A, I^awycr, Ab- 
stracter and Justice of ]'eace; "the Only 
Complete Set of Abstracts in La Fayette 
County. 

Mnr«!iiill ^t r. Notary P\ililic. 



Martin James, city marshal. 

;\[artin ]\Ir3 J H, milliner. 

Martin & Wil,':on (Harrj^ C Martin, Robert 
Wilson), I aw vers. 

niecliaii Joliii, Propr Hotel Meehan. 
{See adc, btluic.) 

Meyers Samuel, clothing. 

Miller August, tailor. 

Miller Everett, grocer. 

Jlonahan James G, propr Darlington Re- 
publican. 

Morris AVni, jeweler. 

Mosher & Corey (Abrain Mosher, Robert 
Corey), saloon. 

Nash Llenry C, ciirpenter. 

Nichols Richard, livery. 

O'Neil Thomas, blacksmith. 

Orton & Oiborn (Philo A Orton, Charles F 
Osliorn), lawyers. 

Peck Walter W , physician. 

Pierce k, Brooks (Charles L Pierce, Henry 
Brooks), meals. 

Polkinghom John, music teacher. 

Proctor Joseph, propr Darlington House. 

Reed John, blacksmith. 

Roberts Jliss Ella, milliner. 

Robinson John G, feed mill. 

Roy John B, lianlware. 

Russell Charles !I, )>hysiciau. 

Schreiter David, harness. 

Seaile T H Sz Co, lumber. 

Smith Asliburj- Y,, physician. 

Smith !Mrs Morris, dressmaker. 

Stevens Ellie R, grocer. 

Swtarcnfren Edward R, R R and exp agt. 

Swift Ji.hn V, druggist. 

Turner George W, blacksmith. 



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JOS^r^ LIEEHAjJ, Proprietor. 

RATES, $2.00 PER DAY. 

The o.nly First-Class Hotel in the City. Hot and 
Cold Baths. Good Sample Rooms in the House. 



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Van Wngenen James II, grocer. 

Van 'WsL'enen &■ Son (Henry and Everett), 

dnigLHsts. 
Wallls \Vm B, wagontnaker. 
Weaver 11 J, drayman. 
Welsh ifc Doylr; (John Welsh, James 

Doyle), livery. 
Wiesel Philip, baker. 
Williams Richard II, farm in;pts. 
Williams Wm N, vragonmaker. 
Wilson Roliert J, county j'lidse. 
Woodlmrj- Alfred 0, apiarist. 
Wood Robert, tailor. 
Wren Michael, shoemaker. 
Wuuderle Frank, bottler. 
Yeagcr Isaac, blacksmith. 



DARROW. A postotlicG in Jackson 
county, 17 miles northwcFst of Black River 
Falls, the county seat, and 6 northwest of 
Merrillou, the nearest railroad station. 
Black River Falls is the nearest banking 
point. Population, .'jO. Mail, semi-week- 
ly. John Jl. Patlridge, poslmaster. 

Judldus Klbrii'i.'-o, justice of peace. 
Pallridye John M, Constable. 



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DAETFORD. A beautifully .situated 
village lui Green lake, in Oreeu Lake 
county, of wliich it is the judicial seat, Tf! 
miles northwest of Milv.'aukee, and west 
of Ripon, the nearest bankiiig point, and 
H fr(ua Green Lake, on the C. & >i'. AV. 
Ry. Pupulation, >100. Tel., W. U. Exp., 
Am. J. II. Brooks, postmaster. 

Rildwiu Thomas A. meat market. 
Tieckwilh Sandfiird, propr Sherwood 

Forest. 
Hoycu Mrs Lydia S, laundry. 
Hriggs \\'illiam C, general store. 
lii'ooliM Joliii II, .Mngr Telephone 

Exchange. 
Brooks Jolni R. steamboat owner. 
Brooks M \V A J '.' (Milo Waud John R), 

general store. 
C'liapel J M, rcgisl:T of derils. 
Clark Cienr'je L, eiuar nini'r. 
Clark & IJiooks (C4 L Clark, ,1 li Brooks), 

steamboat owners. 
Crablree Thomas J, black=milli. 
Kversz Rev M L (Methodist). 
Ila'^elliue Charles P. pr^pr The Oakwood. 
Hill Itazo R. propr Spring Orovc House. 
Ilofl' liilian, county supt of schools. 
lIo\yard Alban Z, physician. 
Kiesel Carl, .oaloon. 
l>!iUo S3oi]«r, DeloR Morris Propr. 
Long j;dwiii A. general store. 
McConnell .John C, lawyer. 



^IcDoaaid Alexander, county surveyi.r, 

^McDowell Julius A, town clerk. 

Jilalcolm David J, justice. 

Millard J Edmund, county judge. 

Millard J L, district attorueV. 

SJorris I>eIo<i. Propr Lake House. 

Oakwood The, Charles P ila/.eltine propr. 

Olin Lorenzo D. boots and shoes. 

Osborn Isaac H, blacksmith. 

Peterson Walter A, boots and shoes. 

Pleasant Point House, Q A & J L Ro;i 
proprs. 

Reilley Daniel, billiards. 

Hoot's Hotel, V Root propr. 

Ross G A & J L (George A and James L'. 
proprs Pleasant Point House. 

Sarcent C L, coroner. 

Schuebly H &, Co (Hiram Schnebly, Wash- 
ington Libby), millers. 

Sherwood Forest, Sandford Bcckwitu 
propr. 

Sherwood John D, sorghum mills. 

Smith E C, member Assemblv. 

Smith Wm J, railroad, exp aiid te! agent. 

Spring Grove House, H R Hill propr. 

Swotting .1 V, clerk circuit court. 

Teske GustaV, county treasurer. 

Thrall Leverett G, barber. 

Warnke JIartin, sheritT. 

Weudtland E J, county clerk. 

AVhecler Mrs Lydia (;. drufgisl. 

'Wliitiiiir J>>.r:i T, Livery and 'Bus 
Line; Patentee AVhitinc's Hot Air Drum 
(.Vtv arte, oj'p chi.^^ijh.l litnhcare.) 

Yahr F T, Slate senator. 



DAVIS. In Dunn county, 7 miles 
nnrlhwLSt of Meuomiuie, the judicial E>'a: 
and nearest buidiiiu'; point, and -1 fro':; 
Kuapp, the nearest railroad station. Mail, 
weekly. 

DAY. A farm house postolTiee in Clark 
county. ;U milts south of Neillsville, the 
Cciuntj' seat, nearest railroad station aaii 
l)anking point. Sta;;e.s semi-weekly to 
Keillsville. Populaticui, l.'."). ^lail. semi- 
weekly. Daniel C. Nell, postmaster. 
X('i!'S>asiit'l (', t'armer. 
iNelV ,Mnv, genend More. 
Preaher Pharos, blacksmith. 



DAYTON. A village on Sugar river, 
in Green county, '.}2 miles northeast ol^ 
Monroe, the judicial seal, 12 northwest ol 
Evansville, the nearest banking point, and 
3 from Belleville, the neare.-t shipping' 
point. Stage daily to Belleville. Popula- 
tion, 225. Mail, daily. James Root, post- 
master. 



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Course "WarreD, carppiiicr. 
C'ubben Fred, cheese miifr. 
I'liDniDghara Jerry P, cjeueral store. 
Dayton ^Jercaiitilo Association, 

General Store. 

Faulkes Kdward O. harness and barber. 

Friday Samuel, cheese mufr. 

G.^sselt J L, creamery. 

Jackson Joseph &, Son. flour mill. 

Jordan & Co, cheese mnfrs. 

O'Oonneil Jlohn, Mnijr Dayton Mer- 
cantile Association. 

Voegly F, hotel. 

Wackman & Piutty, blacksmiths. 

Welch M F, stone mason. 

DEANSVILLE. A village on the 
CM. ifc St. P. Uy, in Dane county, ly 
miles northeast of Ma iison, the county 
s.'at, and G from Waterloo, the nearest 
hanking point. Population, 1.':.0. Tel , 
W. U. Exp., Am, U. P. Smith, po.-t- 
master. 

Il'igman U, railroad, exp andtel agt. 
>'iiiilli H I*, Genera! Stoic. 
\Va!ertown Elevator Co, Wra Jlc^ieal 
rnugr, grain dealers. 



DEBELLO. A postoUice in Vernon 
county, 41 miles east of Viroqua, the 
cni'.nty scat, and 10 miles southwest of 
\Vonevi-oc, the nearest railroad station and 
banking point. Population, .50. ilail, 
Iri-weekly. Ellas Kegley, postmaster and 
general store. 

DECORA PRAIIUE. In Trempea- 
leau county, IS mi,r,^ snutii of Whitehall, 
the juilicial seat, and :!f from Galesville,lhe 
ueare.'it shipping and banUinij point. Stages 
I'l Galesville and Xoitli Pend; fares, "P.O 
cents iind 70 cents respectively. Popula- 
tion. •>(![). Mail, semi weekly". S. Butauui, 
P 'stmaster. 

■\'!uusN.>ah, blacksaiitb. 

(Ciiiiiiini Stnrlv, .fusiicc, Uorsc, Mule 

"lid Cattle Breeder. 
J '"jU Mary J, dre<^-m.Hker. 
'• .vi.-ciii John, farmer. 
I>;ek \V, ^eteIinary surgeon. 
J^-rwiu John, miner, 
r isber U, carpenter an<l wagonmaker. 
<i.iv,.r Uoben, traiiper. 
•-'ini.'OQ James, miner. 

DEEBBROOK. Formerly known as 
"•■'■ve, i.s hualed on the Eau Claire river 
'. it W. ]iy, in Lan- 
s northeasi of Antiuo, 




the judicial seat and nearest bankinc point. 
Tel.,W.U. Exp , r. S. Population, 
'iw. D. Dexter, postmaster. 

Chadek Bros, wagonmakers. 

5><'xlcr S> cV, to. General Store. 

Fisher John, justice. 

Gillas D & J, saw mill, '.?| miles n e. 

Hafner T, hotel and saloon. 

Hardie II, railroad, exp and tel agent. 

Ilarlow tfc Luce, saw mill. 

Ileuil Frank, general store. 

Sawyer T, hotel, 

Schotte Charles, blacksmith, 2i miles n e. 

DEERFIELD. On the C. & N. W. 

By, in Dune county, 17 miles east of Madi- 
son, the county seat. It contains 2 
churches, a bank, a steam feed mill and a 
creamery. Population, 300. Exp., U. S. 
Tel., W. U. S. G. Andrus, postmaster. 

Anderson Mrs Christ, milliner. 

Anderson Jens, flour and feed. 

Andrus Sylvester G, postmaster. 

Bank of Dcerfield (capital, slO.OOO), I O 

Brictson pres, II B Fargo cash. 
Brictson Ingebrict O, leaf tobacco. 
Brictson John I, dry goods. 
Brictson Jiilin O, druL'L'ist. 
Deerliekl House. H 1; i(.)W propr. 
S)o!iiy. tunics !■;, Hardware. 
Ei'.'hmy House. George Eighmy propr. 
Ge^ricke Otto, blacksmith. ' 
Grinde Peter B, justice. 
Grinde it llolman (Peter B Grinde, Nels 

llolman), lumber. 
Ilelgeson Bros (Hubert and Thomas), 

meat market. 
Ilelmick.s it Uodby (fjdwin Ilelmicks, 01c 

C Bodhy), general store. 
How Henry B, propr Deertield House. 
Kirkland James, painter. 
Klinefelder Henry G. lesif tobacco. 
Ivnudsen Andrew H, barber. 
Kuudseii Bros (Knud II and Andrew H), 

restaurant. 
Larson Is'els 0, hardware. 
Moscl Frank, harness. 
Nelson Aleck, general store. 
Nelson AS'm, lawyer. 
Prescott Bros iWm and John), tailors. 
Kesland Nels L, leaf tobacco. 
Boach & Seeber. crean'.ery. 
Butlin & Kesland (John" J and Knud J 

Rullin, Nela L Kesland), leaf tobacco. 
Simonsen Simon E, leaf tol)acco, 
Skaar Andrew O, shoemaker. 
Spallord Ernst, barber. 
Sponbol/. Herman, tailor. 
Thompson Ivnud, wa!;oiimaker. 



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Voog K M ifc Co (Knud M Voog, Andrew 

Christiausen), general ftore. 
White E AV, railroad, exp and tel agt. 
Williams Neis E, feed mill. 

DEER PAEK. A stirring village on 
the C, St. P., M. &. O. R3-, in St. Croix 
county, 24 mile? northeait of Hudson, the i 
county seat, nnd 10 northeast of New Rich- I 
mend, the nearest bankint; point. Popu- 
lation, 100. Tel.,W. U. E.xp., Am. A. il 
Larson, postmaster. 

Anderson Anton, meat market. 

Helleson Paul, physician. 

Larson A HI, General Store. 

Larson Julia, milliner. 

Larsoa Martin, painter. 

Olson J C. grocer. 

Rickmire iTlv, grocer. 

Sakrisou Charles, groceries and shoes. 

Sakrisou E, harness. 

Thompson Charles, waconmaker. 

Vinnson S, railroad, exp and tel agt. 

Walby T, blacksmith. 



DE FOREST. Also kno-n-n as North 
Windsor, is a village on the C. JI. & St. 
P. Ry, in l)aue county, 1-1 miles north of 
Madison, the county seat and nearest bank- 
ing point. Stages tri-weekly to East Bris- 
tol and semi-weekly to Norway Grove. 
Population, 300. Tel., W. U. E:;p., Am. 
George Durkee, postmaster. 

Anderson Jolin, carpenter. 

liakev John, mason. 

Bertram J II, jihysician. 

Boelim F, cencral stcjre. 

Brue Nels U, tree a^rent. 

Culler II B, livestock. 

Dahl N L, general store and hotel. 

Durkee F, pouliry bn tder. 

Durkcc iivfi;,',v. Insurance Agent. 

Engeselte .1, h.iiil'.vare. 

Grinde II S, railroad agent. 

Ilafford John, ciieese mufr. 

Hanson Anna, dressmaker. 

Hanson J E, feed and planing mill. 

Holum () S, notary' 

llolum Mrs O S, niu.sic teacher. 

Holum Peter, blacksmith. 

Kletth Joliu .V, sliocmaker. 

Knutson Hans, machinist. 

litiiilsoii 8», Blacksmith and Hotel. 

Mack Genrtr .1, harncssmaker. 

^lalstfad -Vtidrew, general store. 

Peterson Su::ie, dressniHinr. 

Tobie Walter, exp and tel agent. 



DEKORRA. A postotBce in Colur.-. 
bia county, tj miles south of Portage, i! .-• 
count}' seat, and 2+ west of Ilartman. ;!,►■ 
nearest railroad station. PortaL's is t!.u 
nearest banking point. Population, 'd~>. 
Jlail, semi-weekly. David JlcCulioch. 
postmaster. 

Fulton .John, general store. 
^IcCiillocii B>avi4l, Blacksmith. 
McKenzie John, flour mill. 
Pearall S, hotel. 

DELAEIELD. A village on B.irk 
river, in WnuUcslia county, 12- miic^ 
northwest of Waukesha, the judicial sea;, 
24 from Xashotah, on the C, M. ifc St. P. 
Ky, the nearest railroad station, and .j from 
fJconomowoc. the nearest liankinc pnict. 
Population, o.JO. Mail, daily. J. Kiilmer. 
postmaster. 

Gillespie & Jacques, millers. 

Halfer J J, hardware. 

llahn Jacob, meat market. . 

Heuges Charles, boots and shoes. 

Jacriues Wm .M, justice of peace. 

fiiiliiior .Soliii, General Store. 

Kunz Louis, hotel. 

JCunz W E. hotel and livery. 

Lugviel Christian, lilaeksmith. 

Nolbohn Wm, miller. 

Perkin^^ & White, hotel. 

St John's ^Military Academy, Rev S T 

Smythe head master. 
Smith Martin. carj>enter. 
Vanderpool Bros, general store. 

DELAVAN. A prosperous incorpor- 
ated villaire in ^\'alwortll countv, on the 
It. & S. W. div. C, .M. &, St. P. P.y. '> 
miles southwest of Elk Horn, tlje county 
seat, and (32 southwest of ^lilwaukee. 
Delavan Lake, 2 miles southeast, is a 
favorite summer resort for boating and 
lisliing. with handsome residences and 
ample hotel accommodation. First settled 
in 1830, it now contains Baptist, C atliolic. 
Congregational, j;pi.-copal and IMellioiii-t 
Episcopal churches, a high .school, a lloiir- 
isiung dental college, 2 Inmks, 2 hotels, tlie 
Wisconsin Institute for the Deaf atd 
Dumb, 2 wind -mill and jiump factories, a 
Dour mill, a grain elevator, a fi.uudry. a 
creamery, a tack factory, 2 weekly news- 
papers, the JRcpiibliriin and the En'/erpri^t : 
also the ll'i.vfl/i.fi'/i Tinun. pul)lished during 
the school sessii>n. The products of the 
above mentioned mills and factories, witli 
grain and live stock, are shipped. Laini 
in the immediate vicinity averaires s;?-") I'er 



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acre, Exp, Am. Tel, ,A\'. U. Telt-phnne 

cxcljange. Popiilati(Ti, 2,0(10. H. T. 

.•^l(lrp. postmaster. 

AtlHins '^V (i, Cigar JInfr. 

Andrus Jliss Nettie, coufcctioner. 

Barlow Silas V, farm inipts. 

Boruer & Jlemliiis (Ferdinand Borner, 

Herman ^Meiidius), creamery. 
Briggs Harmon A, horse breeder. 
Burns Matbew X, harness. 
CiliKons' ISaiik of il>olnvnn (Capi- 
tal, $25,000 1, y liees Lal.:;r I'res, T I' 

James Vice-Pres, FA F Williams Cash; 

Collections a Spccinltv. 
Cochrane "W A, prof Wis School for the 

Deaf. 
Collins Greenleaf W, rangr Slrow Park 

Hotel. 
Collyer Fletcher, act Am TCxji Co. 
Delaiiy John I?,, Propr l.,ake Lawn 

House. 
Delavaii KiitcrinUe Tlic, Hiram 

T Sharp Propr. 
Delavaii CI<nisc. E M Strow Propr. 
Delavan Mill Co, Morris Horton, Levi B 

Hicks, George H Sa.\tori proprs. 
Devendorf Daniel B, physician. 
Dinsmore & Holmes (James H Diusmore, 

Jonatlian B Holmes), grocers. 
Fiizer Isaac Y, marshal." 
Cavett^Iartin, clothing. 
Hi.'gins Uoherl C, carriage piinter. 
Ili^lilaiul I'ark IIoU-l, Sage A Co 

Proprs. 
HoUister Kinner X, hardware. 
Hollistcr Jlilton L, village trustee. 
Hollister Selh H. farm impts. 
Hollister &, Calkins (Henry G Hollister, 

Alviu B Calkin.-j, livery. 
Hughes Wm, painter. 
Irvin;;uo<ul SSolcl, E .McBane 

Propr. 
Jackson gledman L, villui'e trdntee. 
Johnson Hiivrv C, tcwii tn-as. 
Keudrick A H, cash E Latimer & Co's 

Bunk. 
'-altf I^awii IIo-iNC (Delavan Lake), 

■1 li D,lany Proi-r. 
•-aliaier K A: C<» (Be'.ponsibility, 

^uOO,000), E I,atimer I'res. James Aram 

N ice-Pres, A U Kendrick Cash, Hankers 
I.ecch George W, wagcnmaker. 
'•ecch G Edward, veteriuarv surgeon, 
l.etteer Mclvin D, mncliinisl. 
■"We A fr, village clerk. 
l.tK,^ T (J, street comnr. 
^'"•ISaiic i:, Propr Irvingwood Hotei. 
-;;''-''n Alfred, lj,irl)er. 
l^in-h Frederick A, honks. 
Lj"'l< llolfl, C T Williams Propr. 



Prosser Frank A, horseshoer. 

Reader Amos H, horse breeder. 

Bodman Andrew J. physician. 

Bunkle & Fahr (D W Kuukle, H P Fahr), 

dentists. 
t*at'c A: Co (H W and C A Sage), Proprs 

Hi-lihind Park Hotel. 
^iiarp Iliraiii T, Postmaster and 

Propr The D(jlavau Enterprise. 
Shulz Charles IL village trustee. 
Siiulz J C (estate), harness. 
Spooncr Alfred S, lawyer. 
Stariu Beniamin, horseshoer. 
Strow i;<li;ar M, Propr Delavan 

House. 
Strow Park Hotel, G W Collins mugr. 
Sturtcvant George II, lilHCk4(nilh. 
Siiniiifr C'liarlos E5. Attorncy-at-Law. 
Swiler John \V, supt Wisconsin School 

for the Deaf. 
Thompson Ingman T, \\agonmaker. 
Van Velzer 'Washington C, cigar mnir. 
Webster John P, physician. 
V/'illiaiim ClaiX'Siee T, Propr Park 

Hotel. 
Williaias K«l F, Cash Citizens' Bank 

and Village Trustee. 
Williams H H ■k Son (Henry II aud How- 
ard), jewelers. 
AVisconsiu School for the Deaf, John W 

Swiler suDt. 
Woodford Chaunccy D, justice. 

DELL. A postoHIce in Vernon coun- 
ty, LS miles northeast of Vircqua, the 
county seat, and 10 east of Westby, the 
nearest railroad station. Viro(iua is the 
nearest banking point. Stages to Viroqua 
Iri weekly ; fare, 50 cents. Poptilalion, 30. 
Mail, triweekly. A. A. Calhoon, post- 
master. 

Calliooii A A, Oeneriil Store. 

Caller G J, ciirpeuter. 

(:ia(k Bros, coopers. 

Clark F .M, cooper. 

(Mark Robert ct Son, coopers. 

McKee Wm, cooper. 

DELL PRAIRIE. A postofllcc in 
Adams county, 'Jo miles south of Friend- 
ship, the count)' seat, and .o northeast of 
Kilbdurn City, the nearest railroad station 
and banking point. Stages daily to Kil- 
bourn Cily; fare, '2') cen'ls. Population, 
35. Mail, daily. Miss JIary N. Fowier, 
postmaster. 

Baglev Jackson, b'acksmith. 
Rich S K, justice. 



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DELTON, A villaoie on Dell river, 
in Sauk county.lO miles, north of liaraboo, 
*a 2 the county seat, and Gi southwest of Kil- 
&(0 bourn CUy, the nearest railroad station 
Q S and banking point. Stages daily to Kil- 
t» O bourn City and Barahoo; fare, ?j and 75 
f|^ ^ cents re?peolively. Population, 200. Mail, 
Zr. daily. F. L. Hulbert, postmaster. 
^S^ Fraser E P, cooper. 
*»»3 « Fraser L. groceries and notions. 
^ K Gordon HJv ,1 C (^lethodist). 

Q2 IMulI»crt F ffj. Drugs, Groceries and 
C: Justice, 

all! Hulbert J M, guide and boatman. 
^ Jones A, physician and dentist. 
3 Keyes G G, justice and insurance. 
■ Koppkee Bros, treneral store. 
* H Newman A, tiour mill. 
W Sarrington O, propr Queens Flour Mills. 
^ w Sumner Mrs Millie, summer resort hotel. 
• -^ > Thomson A H. blacksmith and wagonmkr 

DENMAEK. In Brown county, l.'i 
miles southeast of Green Bay, the judicial 
seat, nearest banking and shipping point. 
Stages to Green Bay and Two Piivers; fare, 
P ;<1 to cither place. Population, r,UO. Mail, 
.,._ tri-weekly. John ]3artelme, postmaster. 

Q Anderson Niels, wagonmnker. 
Benecke David, general store. 
^iJ SScyer GSaits S, General Store. 

Olleugel Peter, stone mason. 
Hesse Franz, justice. 

Klaman Rev J (Lutheran). 

Koslusky Frank, general store. 

Mortcnsen Christian, carpenter. 

Peterson A, music teacher. 
^^^Pcterson Julius, cartienter. 
'^^^Pctersou Peter, carpenter. 
f^ Peterson Ilasnius, black.smith. 
^*^ Hasmussen F \V, justice. 
^* Hasiiiusfcn James, shoemaker. 
le* Thompson N F. saw mill. 
WW WiUf Fer()iniiii<l, General Store. 
's** AVitte iV: Buckraan, sirv and grist mill. 
«p3 AVooden Christopher, shoemaker. 



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DENNY. On th^ .-Vlibotsford & North- 
eastern Ky, in JIarathon county. 40 miles 
west of Wausau, the judicial scat. Bank 
at Colby. Po[)ulation, ."iO. K.\p., Pacitic. 
Charles S. Oiuiuotte. postmaster. 
Denney James AV, black.'=mith. 
Henk Casper, farm impt.s. 
Hodge Kaaman. constable. 
Jacob! Henry, carpenter. 
Oiihticlte <'h!»rIo<i S, General Store 

and Justice. 
Salter H B A Co, saw mill. 



DENOON", A settlement on lake of 
same name, in Waukesha county, lii 
miles south of Waukesha, the seat of iu,"- 
tice, to wtiich place mail should now be 
sent. 

DENZER. In Sauk county, IG miles 
southwest of Baraboo, the judicial seat, and 

10 from Prairie d>i Sac. its shipping point. 
]yfail, semi-weekly. li. Alexander, post- 
master. 

DE PERE. A prosperous and enter- 
prising incorporated city, situated at the 
bead of lake navigation on Fo.v river, and 
5 miles from its mouth. The river pre- 
sents a magnificent power of from o.OOO to 
4,000 horse power at this point, imd gives 
I factories the uniijue advaut.igc of a cheap 
I power at one end and lake navigation at 
I the other, with water communication with 
all lake ports. The C. .t N. W. and the 
C, M. & St. P. Rys pass through De Pere. 
November 11, l.-^'JO, the Shaliurk A Bab- 
cock Co (capital stock !^."iOO,OuO, John A. 
Kimberly, C. B. Clark, and F. (;. Shat- 
tuck incorporators), jiaid s;lOO,000 for the 
greater part of the water power and at 
once began preliminary worii on the lari:- 
est mills in the West for the manufacture 
of the finer grades of paper. The ;)hiut 
includes soda and sulphite pulp mills and 
employs from oUO to 5o0 ht-uds. . hi tlie 
spring of 1^-91 the C. ^t N. W. Fy, built 
side tracks from the east to the we.-t .~ide 
of the river, at a cost of iJ.IO Ono. Three 
flowing artesian wells furnish an aliinnl- 
ance of pure water fur domestic ust^ and 
lire protection, and the city is well provid- 
ed with sewers. De Pere [lo.'-scsses -1 news- 
papers the AV)r.« n{ep.),the Sfunihnn-i/ 1 Hol- 
land), the VM:-~tem illoUandt, and the 
Brown Count;/ J'cinon-at. The city con- 
tains two high schools, diploma^ fr(un 
which entitle graduates to admission to 
the State university without examination; 

11 churches, 4 hotels, 2 public halls, 'J ele- 
vators, 3 Hour mills, 1 charcoal blast furn- 
ace, 1 foundry and machine shop, 1 sa'-h. 
door and blind factory: (5 brlckyard.-i. ;-! 
lime stone ijuarries, 1 tile factory, 1 vase and 
flower pot factory, 1 saw mill. 1 pump fac- 
tory, 1 pleasure boat factor}', 1 cooper shop, 
1 hay press and warehouse, i cigar facto- 
ries, 1 cabinet shop, and the mammoth 
paper mills. The products of the above 
mentioned factories, and brick, draft 
horses, country pnaluce, grain and b^v 
constitute the shipments. Duriiis 1^'") 
100,000 tons of coal, salt and gener,.! n'..r- 
chandise pi.=si-d thrnuih the eovcrnnv !.l 



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lock at De Pere. Sbipraents of 1S90 : 
Lake, 2,071 tons; rail shipments, ^6,400 
tous; receipts, oG,7'^3 tons. Assessed val- 
uatioDof re.il ami personal property, s731,- 
733. Bonded debt, .■<19,000. E.xp., Am. 
Tel., W. U. Population, 3,003. Distance 
to Chicago, 203 miles; to Milwaukee, lOS; 
to JIadisoa, lol; to Green Bay, 0. \Vm. 
Armstrong, postmaster. 
Altmaycr Nicholas, propr Union House. 
.Armstrong Wm, pn.stniaster. 
I'aeten .John, brick mnfr. 
ISikUen Christian, slioi maker, W D. 
Baldwin D E, civil en^nntcr, W D. 



I Beaver JIrs Mary, milliner. 

j Herendsen Lainhert J, cignr mnfr. 

I niii:ili:iiii Webster A, General Store, 

I wn. 

j Bock Rev Henry (Lutheran), W D. 

j Boehm John A, shoemaker. 
Boeykeus Isadore, propr Hiilroad House. 

I Bowring Thomas D, photographer. 
Browit Comely EJetiioersit (Week- 
ly), Heyrman & Kuvpcrs Editors, 
Democrat Publishing Co Publishers. 

I (See ads. hilnc.) 

! Burnett JIatthew, grocer. 

j Business Men's Assn, Eugene Smith pres. 



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and Hay Pressers. 

Flour Mill at East End of Bridge. Elevator and Hay Press on M, k N. R. R. Track, opp, Depot 

DECJOORAT PyELiSl^i^>]Q CO., 

PUBLISHERS Ol' 

Brown County Oeniocret end Oe Volkssieni. 

J. B, HEYRMAN and J. A. KLVPEKS, Editors. 



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I5yers David, city clerk. 
C'arrow Mrs Jane, curpet weaver. 
Clark & Dawreaz (.Jame=i E Clark, Fred- 
crick C Lawrenz), clnUnn!^. 
CoUette Henry, luir.ber mnfr, W D. 
CoiiHitcrfiaS iiiulcl, John Wolske 

Propr. 
Cook John, mercliant tailor. 
Cook's Opera House, John Cook propr. 
Coopiuan John, saloon, "\V I). 
Counihnn Patrick, meat market. 
Crabb Frank, saloon. 
Dart Felix, blacksniiih. 
De Both Frank, salr.on, W D. 
Do Bruin Louis, grocer. 
De JODghe C'jn'^laiilir'.e. !i:iker. 
Democrat 5*ii5»)i»i:iMSj C"«, John B 
Heyrman Prcs, Jolin A Ivuypers Treas, 
Henry Heyrman Sec, Publrs Brown 
County Democrat and De Volkt-stera. 
(See adv, p 247.) 
Demro Joseph, coniicr. 
I>c S'cpo News THio ("Weekly), Proctor 

& Halhnc Pnlilrs and Pioprs. 
I>c J°OJ-e SlntMSiirs! (Holland Week- 
ly), Edv.-ard Van De Casteele Publr 
and Propr. 
Dickinson iMrs Aniui. dre.s'smaker. 
Doms John A, boots and shoes. 
Donnelly Mrs Jlary, carpet weaver, W D. 
Dousuian John 1', Hour mill. 
Duaiu Louis, millwrijrht, W D, 
D\i Bois Vim J, restanrant. 
£$iiit!iH(ii & SitiiJIi (.leremiah S Pun- 
liani, Beiij-jmin F .Smiihl, Flour !Mill; 
Wholesale Flour, Feed, Hay and Grain. 
{Scsadr, p :i7.) 
Durin Kev J F (Catholics W D. 
\ Duvale 7'jnianuel, hotel, W D. 
Falck Jacob, saloon. 
Felicow August, blacksmith. 
Franc Emanuel J, meals, W D. 
Francken Bros (Peter and Cornelius), 

plasterers. 
Francken Christian, plasterer. 
Francken Ceraril, nias.in. 
GixkU-II <'ilini'lt''« a-^Ai-enl Milwaukee 

& Norlheiu Pailroad. 
Gowey Archill dd B, pumps and windmills. 
Gregory Daniel H, plijfician, AV I). 
GrohndoitT Charles F, grocer and e.Kp agt, 
I W D. 

Guifon Louis, blacksmith, "W ]). 
I Hahn John, saloon. 

Hendricks Peter John, meats. 
I Hermes Hubcit, saloon, W D. 

Hermsen Christian, milk. 
1 lleyrmrtii <.t Siiij ner«i-Iohn B Hcyr- 
1 man, .Iiilin A Ivuypers), Editors Brown 
County Denuii-rat and De Volksslem. 



Hobbins Patrick, city marshal. 
Hockers John, brick mnfr. 
Hoks Wm, general store, W^ D. 
Jackson Frank A, furniture. 
.Jacksou Thomas, blacksmith, W D. 
Jackson A- Sons (Robert, Charles W and 

Robert jr). general store. 
Jacobs Theodore, cigar mnfr, W D. 
Jansen Peter J, saloon. 
Janssen Wm, grocer. ^V D. 
Jensen & Krause (John Jensen, Juliu; 

Krause), brick mufrs. 
Jones Uaudolph A, painter, W D. 
Kellogg Banking Co (capital, s2o,000i, 
Kufus B Kellogg pres, Wm E Kellogg 
cash. 
Kersten Alphous y\, physician. 
Kidney D it Son (Daniel and Wm E), boat 

builders, W D. 
Krause Julius, boots and shoes. 
Lange Eberhardt A, druggist, W D. 
ILriwtoH <,'li;irles A, Founder, ^la- 
chinist and JInfr Saw .Mill, Biast Fur- 
nace and Kiln Castings. 
Le Clair David, carpenter. 

Le Clair Joseph, contr:ictor and builder. 

Lee Patrick, blacksmith. 

Lindner August, bve ; tock. 

Lorn Herman J, livery. 

Lueke 3Ls Louisa S, lircssmakcr. 

McCabe Patrick, confectioner. 

JlcCormic John V, mngr \V U Tel Co. 

McGeehan Itubert J, farm iniplls. 

JlcVey Charles, b'acksinilh. 

.Mailer Andrew C, physician. 

Marshall Simon, general store. 

Jlnrtell Miss Matilda, cirpel weaver. W D. 

Martens Jlathias. grocer. 

JIathews Wm 1!, grocer. 

Meyer Miss Christina, restaurant. 

Meyer }{udolph, shoemaker. W D. 

Miller Pev W T 1 M.thodisl>. 

:73il\vaulit<r A- Xoillitrii II U, 
Charles F Gooded .\gent. 

Minieli Li'wis, meiehaut tailor. 

JlotVall l^dward E, wagoumaker. 

Mui/.ers John H, tailor. 

Mularky J.-dui C, wagonmaker. 

Mularky Patrick H, wagonmaker. 

National Furnace Co (capital, .'JSO.OOO', 
Eugene Smith sic and geul mngr, mnfrs 
charcoal pig iron. 

Nelson John W, barber, W D. 

Neubauer Frank J. meat market. 

Nicollet Sash and Door Co icipital. sOl,- 
000), John WJohann pres, Enos \V Per- 
sons .sec. W D. 

Norton Ml:s Fannie .1, milliner. 

Nuss Pvev M (Metliudi.-t). 

Oldlield Thomas iL photographer, W D. 



North Star Iron Works. ) C.Mmriiy. .VtO In.rnis-Kncinpcr.s .lla.-IiiniMs. roiniUorH. lioilonn^iKiTs. 
rAHIMI M VM KVCTli:i.'.c;<'(). '. .11 ill. Mi:; 1. 1,. Sun .lliinia.hinciv, M inil,;; Miirhiii.r), Corliss aad llii.-li 
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Oi'.'.liwnite John C, jeweler. 

r.uker Elijah F, lawyer. 

I'lrfoas Miltou V, mayor. 

i'lielps Cbarles H, bnrljer. 

I'ralsch Gustav G, liardware. 

I'roctor tV ESalliiic (Harry II Proctor, 
Paul L UnlliQe), Piiblrs ami I'roprs De 
Pcre News. 

I'rua Charles, farm impts. 

I'.ailroad House, Isadore Boeyken propr. 

ItoUl Aiulrcw, Postmaster West De 
Pere, lusurauce Agent, Justice of Peace 
ncd Notory Public. 

Kice P.evW J (Catholic) 

llitcLie John S, livery, ^V D. 

Hriffers John, grocer, W D. 

^.ilmon Public Library-, JIrs J S Dunham 
pres. 

^canlan Thomas, justice, W D. 

tcliirmcr Frederick, junk, \V D. 

^ciilcgel Julius, hardware, "W D. 

Schmidt A Philip, brewer, W D. 

Sihr.eiiug Paul, spiaribt. AV D. 

Scidecglanz Joseph, bhitksmith. 

Sharp 'I'homas E, furuiture. 

shaltuck A;. Babcdck Co (capital,. s.lOO.OOO), 
jiaper mnfrs, W H. 

Smith D & E (Dwight and Eugene), gro- 
cers. 

Smith Eugene & Co (Eugene and Fred L 
Smith), coal. 

Siiiilli ESoB-iu-c .1, Bookkeeper Dun- 
ham & Smitli. 

^iiiilli Jctlsii, Lawyer and Collections ; 
Steamship ami Insurance Acency; Deal- 
er in Toys and Confectionery. 

Sniits, John M, barber. 

Smilz liev A D (Catholic), W D. 

steckart John, meal market. 

S!f infeldl Fritz, pump mnfr. 

Thlljiit Kev Howard A (Pre-bvterian). 

i;a.vh.r Frank W, agt C & N W Uy, W D. 

Kuws Michael, boots and shoes. 

lI'Hle & Hnndeyside (August Thiele, Wni 
Ilandeyside), liver--. 

Touiier Pcicr, blacksmith, 
loiiliey James, propr Transit IPiu^e. 
Inu.-,it House, James Touhey propr. 

|,.i:ch Jacob, hardware. 

I ril.M, House. I^ichclas Allmayer prnpr. 

»Hii Ue CusKm-Io lldwiir*!, Kiiitor 
Hiul I'ublr De Pcre Standard. 

\ .in Her Zanden Henry, jeweler. 

\in De Walle Paiil, baker and crocer, W D. 

\ an Dyk Cornelius, irrocer. AV D. 
■■'11 Sustteu & Son (Garrett and Matthew), 

,>'UTiil sti>re, W D 
\«:i I'reek Herman, saloon. W D. 
'■ "nen Cornclivs, feed mill. 



Vtrberkraoes Louis & Co (Louis and Jen- 
nie Verberkmoe.?), general store. 

Vcrstegeu liev John i Catholic). 

Villiesse John, blacksmith, \V D. 

Volks'.ioiEl lie (Holland, Weekly), 
Heyrnum it Kuvpers Editors, Democrat 
Publishing Co Publrs. {.'•cc adv. p -47.) 

Voller JIrs Joseph, carpet weaver. 

■Wassenberg John, grocer, AV D. 

Weiland JIrs Henrietta, farm impts and 
blacksmith, W D. 

Weiss Joseph, harness. 

Wells Allison G, general store. 

Weter James P, dentist. 

AVeyeuberc Kenier, insurance. 

Wheeler Herbert I, druggist. 

Whileside.i llrs Margaret, milliner, W D. 

Wilcox Chester G, harness. 

AVillers AVm. pump mnfr. 

Williams Bros (Henry W and Eugene H), 
hardware. 

Wisconsin Telephone Co, A C Mailer 
mngr. 

Wolsltc JloSiii, Propr Commercial Ho- 
tel and Cigar Mnfr. 

Woodward .Ii.hn X, painter, AV D. 

AVoodward Wm H, baker. 

AVorkmaii \\'m. druirtrist. 

AVrighl Millard F, barber. 

Zabrosky it Son(\Vm and Alex), wagon- 
makers, AA' D. 

Zegers Hubert, saloon. 



DERONDA. A station on the M., St. 

P. & 6. Sle. M. Hy, in Polk county, IT 
miles from Osceola Mills, the judicial .--eat. 
Exp., Am. Tel., AV. U. Population, oU. 
A. W. Sylvester, postmaster. 

Price Z O, railroad, exp and tel agt. 
SJ•lv^.•^Ic^ A \V, General Store. 



DE SOTO. A post Tillage on the C, 
I 15. .V- N, R. H. and on the Missis-ippi rivi'r. 
) in Vernon county, 20 miles southwest of 
Viroqua, the county seat, and o north of 
Lansing, Iowa, the nearest banking point. 
Stages tri-weekly to \'"ir04Ua. Population, 
f)00. E.xp., Am. Tel., AV. U. B. D. 
Lane, postmaster. 

Babcock John, grain buyer. 

Banks Mr.s AVm, music teacher. 

ltiirlii<iU>i:u-\v S'olcr, Livery. 

Brown JIrs K M, milliner. 

Clark Z, mason. 

ColUu George, hotel. 

Cole A A\\ lishcrman. 

Collins D B, cattle buyer. 

Davidson P S, general store. 

Dunlevy J M, cariienter and furniture. 



Chicago, Miwki S St, Paul fiv.l-l'rtWest wi Mm 



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Edmonds C, baiber. 

Ewers Dr O, diugi^ist. 

FrencL A McDowell, grocers. 

Green Miss Jsellie B, music teacher. 

Hemenway Mrs, carpet weaver. 

Kalhar Robert, Jteanaboat naent. 

Laiio li S>, Groceries and Provisions. 

Loftus Martin, Lntel. 

McDonell A D, inason. 

McDowell Charles, waijonmalier. 

McEvoy Miss Nellie, milliner. 

Mossholder George, carpenter. 

Mueller L, slave and lumber mill. 

Owen B, carpenter. 

Owen C, marshal. 

Rogers J H, general store and druj;?. 

Stamp Rev F W iMethod:-t). 

StinsoQ Lewis, .'hoemaker. 

Terhune T\'ra F, lawyer. 

Tucker P W, railroad, exp and tel ait. 

I^piinill Cii5>rlf.!i, Tinner and General 

Store. 
Van Zandt Jarae», meat market. 
White A: Kloak, blacksmiths. 
Woodbury Clmrlfs L, general store. 



DEUSTER. A postolHce on the P. & 
W. div. of the C. it N. W. Ry, in .luneau 
county, 21 miles northwest of Mauston, the 
Ecat of justice. Bank at New Li^ljon. The 
railroad name is Cranberry Centre. Pop- 
ulation, 100. Mail, daily. Wm. Evans, 
postmaster. 

Evans V, cranberry prower. 
Kvaiis Will, Cranberry Grower. 
Evans it Cody, coopers. 
Gillson C, cooper. 
Kruschke G 11, cranberry prower. 
Kruschke II O, cranberry grower. 
!Megow W E iV Sons, cranberry growers. 
Megow ^V L, justice. 
Winer, Baker A; Co, cranberry growers. 
Wering G I), cranberry grower. 
Werriuce J O, cranberry grower. 

DEXTERVILLE. Situated at the 
junction of the Q. B., W. .t St. P. and tlie 
W. v. it S. Rye, and on Yellow river, iu 
AVood county, M-' miles norlliwest of Mi!- 
wauUce and l.jsr.uihwe=t of Gi'ind Rapids, 
the county seat and nearest bankinn point. 
It contains 2 hotels and a general store. 
Mr. George Iliks, of Jlilwaiikee, lias built 
two branch railroads, the W. P. it S. and 
the JI. D. it X., which are now owned 1]V 
Ibe'O , M. & St. P. system. The principal 
shipments are lumber and cranberries. 
Mail, d.aily. Tel., W. U. K\p.. U. S. 
and Am. Population, 4tio. Wm. Down- 
ing, postmaster. 



Baker Charles O, lawyer. 
Cruger Charles J, cranberry grower. 
Cruger Rudolph A, cranberry grower. 
Downing Solomuu A, propr Down;- 

House. 
I>o\vnii)!; Will, Postmaster and Gui 

era! Store. 
Farley it Keenan (.James Farley, EJwr,: 

Keenan), saloon. 
Fielder G W, barber. 
Hiles George, lumbtr. 
Ililes Samuel, general store. 
Lewis Myron ];, railroad agent. 
Tuttle House, Charles Tutlle propr. 



DIAMOND BLUFF. On the C. V. 
& N. R. 1;., and on the .Mississippi river. ;■. 
Pierce county, H miles southwest of E,!-- 
worth, the county seat, and 10 northwc-' 
of Red Wing, Minn._, the nearest bankir-- 
point. Pojiulation, 100. E.\p , Am. Te: . 
W . U. L. C. Burke, postmaster. 

Burke I> <', General Store. 

Coulter E S, justice. 

Dill :\IT, eriin. 

Gartland F P, r.ailroad, exp and ttl act. 

Hardy C C, hotel. 

Hildeu J F, justice. 

Hope .J F, ju.stice. 

.lerL'i-'usou lians, shoemaker. 

Leighton T L, hotel. 

Mero A C, livery. 

,Mero A R. live .stock. 

Peterson Robert, blacksmith. 

Quinby E, justice. 

Willey H O, hotel. 



DICKEYSVILLE. In (Jrant r, 
ty, 20 miles from Lancaster, the jud: 
seat, 8 from Cuba City, the nearest s 
ping point, and 12 from Dubufiue P^. 
lation. 82. .Mail, tri-weekly. R. A. L' 
botham, postmaster. 

Haas Frank, blacksmith. 
Heinze F, saloon. 
Kowolski A, undertaker. 
Kowolski L. carpenter. 
I.,oii;:liotlitiiii J tV Co, General St 
Weiderhold t.i, saloon. 



DILLMAN. A postotfice on the >! 
L. S. it W. Ry, in Milwaukee county, 
miles north of .Milwaukee, the county ?•■ '• 
and nearest banking point. Populali''".. 
150. Mail, daily.' Otto J. Valkman:;. 
piistmaster. 

Bielefeld t, wagon maker, 
liorchardt Giislav, blacksmith. 
Brooks Pecv (lloUanil K. formed). 



Ctiicap fi Grand \ml Rf, 



Palace and Dining Car 

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l!ru?s Henry, cocstalile. 

HiiUles AusoQ \V, justice and town clerk. 

Uibbert John, wagonmaker. 

Cc-iger Gustuv, Larness.naker. 

Habcrlicn George, shoemnker. 

Hanimater KevVobn (Evangelist). 

Lr.uis Jacob, carpenter. 

iieuschel Kev Cliristian (Lutheran). 

■k-llman Fred, tlour mill. 

Tphoff Rev (Evangelist). 

Viilliiiiaii Ott«, Grocer. 

Vogt Charles, blacksmith. 

We'lzel Alvin, saloon. 

DIXON. A postoffice in Bear creek, 
iu Richland county, 12 miles southeast of 
Hichlanil Centre, the county seat, and it 
north of Lone Rock, ihe nearest railroad 
station, Richland Centre is the nearest 
banking point. Stages daily to Lavalle 
and Lone R.ock. Population, SO. JIail, 
i.lally. Helen 'M. Eaton, poetmaster. 
Beckwith A & D. cheese mnfrs. 
Dfivis \y J, farm impts. 
Thomas J iM, cheese innfr. 

DOBBSTON. On Wolf river, in Lan- 
glade county, '28 miles east of Aniiu'o, the 
county seat, tlnpping point and bank lo- 
cation. Population, 10. iMail, semi week- 
ly. A. Bell, postmaster. 

Hell A, Real Estate. 

Htll W B, cigars and tobacco. 

liramer Frank, lawyer. 

Burns Douglas, farmer. 

Dempster C, live sturk. 

Jenkins R \V, lumberman. 

Pllee John, farmer. 

Potts Wui, farmer. 

WUeelcr K, lumberman. 

Whltehouse J L, hotel and carpenter. 

DODGE. On the G. B., VV. & St. P. 

R R., in Tiempt'aleau county, 27 miles 
.'oiithwest of ^\'bUe'\all, the county si'at, 
?.ud 9 from Winona, Minn., the nearest 
hanking point. Population. 200. Tel., 
W. U. Exp., U. S. J. Baumgartner, 
IKistniivster. 

Itauiiimirtiicr J, Railroad, Express 
^ an.l Tel Agent. 
P>annigartuer R, justice. 
C'u^simore Charles, l)lacksmith. 
li"sley Fred, hotel. 



and banking point, and 5 from Mukwon- 
ago, the nearest rail approach. P(.puia- 
tlon, SO. Mail, tri-weekly. L. E. Jack- 
son, postmaster. 

Bailey T F, pumps and justice. 
Thomas A E, physician. 
Thomas E B, horticulturist. 



DODGE'S COBNERS. A farm- 
hr'U'ic postoflice in Waukeslia county, 12 
"Hies south of U'a ikes'.ia, the county seat 



DODGEVILLE. A thriving, incor- 
porated city, near the center of Ii>wa coun- 
ty, of which it is the judicial seat, is an 
important station on the 51. div. of the C. 
& N. W. Ry and on the I. C. Jty, of which 
it is the terminus. Its settlement dates 
from 1^20, incorporated as a village in 1858 
and as a city in l~-'--'J. It is located 17 
milts -west of JPidison, 129 southwt-l of 
Milwaukee and 8 from IMineral Point. 
The city contains 3 banks, an excellent 
high school and good public schools, and 
churches of thef-jllowing religious denom- 
inations; Methodist, Congregational. Prim- 
itive Methodist, Presbyterian, Ba))tist, 
Evangelical and Catholic. Three weekly 
newspapers are published — -the Chroniiit, 
\.heSan and the Ki/e mul Star— had keep 
the citizens well informed on all current 
topics of interest. The manufacturing in- 
terests consist of agricultural implement 
and wagon works, llouring and planing 
mills, a creamery, and a snieltiiig funiare. 
Land in the vicinity is worth from sI'.O to 
§05 an acre, and lariie quantities of grain, 
live stock and dairy products are shipped. 
Considerable attention lias lately been 
given to the rearini.' and breeding of line 
stock in this locality, and this industry, 
notably lliat of trotting stock is rapid- 
ly advancing. The city has excel- 
lent hotel accommodations, is well repre- 
sentcil iu well slocked stores, etc. 
Lead and zinc minis arc in the vicinity, 
and ciuidiice <iuite maleiially to the gen- 
eral inieiesis of tlie city. Stages daily to 
Mineral Point; fare, 50 cents. Exp., Am. 
Tel, W. U. Population, 1,800. Albert 
S. Ilearn, postmaster. 

Arthur Nicholas, dry goods. 

Arthur Thonuis II. carp and surveyor. 

Baker Rev (Methodist). 

P.urtle Frank C, furniiiire. 

Bell Benjamin, chief of police. 

Bennett Edwin J, grocer. 

Bennett Joseph, smelter. 

Bilkcy Bro;; (Charles and Henry), meats. 

Bishop Will A, druggist. 

I'.ishop Wm X, livery. 

p.lotz John. Ilour mill. 4 miles s e. 

Blolz Leonaid, liarness. 



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Briggs & Hoskins lM J Brigg^?, James J 
Hoslviiis), lawyers. 

Carter Jliss Jennie, dressmaker. 

Cartwright Joseph H. jeweler. 

Chandler Henry 11, dr^' goods. 

Citj' E>uiik, David H Williams Propr, 
Wm Parry Cashier, J J iloskins Asst 
Cashier ;Prom pi Col lections ;Piem it tauces 
at Lowest Baulv Kates; Headquarters for 
Fire Insurance, Williams' IS'ew Block. 

Clark Dan W, dentist. 

Clarke L L, prin public schools. 

Clayton Tlinmas, painter. 

Cosens Richard, pliysician. 

Cosens Mrs llichard, physician. 

Curry Wni II, county treasurer. 

Cutler Thomas, live stock. 

Dale J(jhu !M, rest.-turant. 

Davey Samuel M, Hour and feed. 

Davey Samuel M jr, restaurant. 

Davey Wm J, ]iainter. 

Davis llichard, carpenter. 

Dietrich Harvey W. county supt of schools. 

Dodgeville Band. James Leetcber leader. 

l>o<lBeviIlt; JIuuk (Capital, §25,000; 
Surplus, slO.Cno), Samuel W Ueese 
Propr, Ui( hard T Parry Cash: Oldest 
Bank in South wcitern Wisconsin; 
Special Attentinn Given to Collections. 

Doili;<>villo < iiroiiirlc, Alliert S 
Hearn Propr; (.Mtc illation L'pwards of 
1,900 per Week and Still OrowiriL'; 
Steam Presses; Good Job Printing at 
Fair Prices. 

Dcxijicvillc Elotel, Josepli Mitchell 
Jr Prnpr. (&va'?r. .■///< ) 

Dodg(^ville Sun, A McArthnr propr. 

Elliott Wm A, b.irber. 

Elliott & Sons (W'tn, Wm U, Edward and 
Joshua), masons 

Elvod John, salium. 

Elwood Bros (rii;imas, Joseph aud Isaacj, 
fruit growers. 

Engels John, sidnon. 

Eye and Star, M 1) Pi'avy publr. 

Ford John II, hardware. 

GriflUhs David J I, live stock. 

Griffilhs iX; Owens (John O Grilliths, John 
11 Owens), general store. 

Grimm Bros (Conrad and Peter), tailors. 

llahn Charles ,\ , barber. 

Hahn John A, cigar ninfr. 

Halverson Henry, county clerk. 

Harris Wm, hlacksniith. 

Harris Wm B, poultry brooder, 

Hazeltiue Lviumh A. jiianosand organs. 

Sllearii AIIktI *?, Prnpr Dodgeville 
Chronicle 

Heft'erman ^Vm S, fei'd mill. 

Hocking James C, general store. 



HockioL'- Joseph, propr Wisconsin Iln,. 
Hocking Wcsle}', plji.>tiigrapher. 
Home Orchestra, Frank W Schell mnsr 
Hosking it Son (James and Wm C),wago:. 

makers. 
Hoskins James J, lawyer. 
Hughes Thomas H. pliy.'-ician. 
Iowa County Agricultural Society, Ec. 

Thomas sec. 
Jonks Aldro, district attorney. 
Johns Bros (Thomas and John F), black 

smiths. 
Johns John F, cattle and poultry breed.-: 
Jones Daniel G, grocer. 
Jones John D, marble works. 
Jones John T, county judu'e. 
Jones &. Owens (Hugh \V Jones, liobeit G 

Owens), general store. 
King Owen, lumber. 
Lindscy Wm W, apiarist. 
Lovejoy it Pieliards, Charles Boule"c 

agent, lumber. 
McArthnr Archiliald, propr Dodgevi.'.L 

Sun. 
MclCihosc Edward, photographer. 
^MctiilliL'Hn James, meat market. 
?i^o!!ii!ila}' ESi-(><i (Daniel, John an-' 

Jam(s), Carpenters aud Builders. (.S- 

adi: ..;'/'■ > 
nSarUs JJoiisr, lieubcn ^larks Prop:; 

Be^t lln'.i'l ii) tiieCity. iS.-i: I'de. ohj: i 
^I;irks Roiiltoii, Propr .Marks Hon. -• 

Tr.iveling Trade Solicited. (&e ad.. 

!Marr James, furniture. 
Martin James H, eeneral store. 
Merrylield Rev Geon/c (.Methodist). 
Jleucr it Otter (Peter Mcuer, Charles U- 

tor), saloon. 
Meyer Bros (,lohh C and Samuel H), hav 

lies-;. 
I72il<'iicll JoHCitli .)!r,Propr Dodgevillo 

Hotel and I.ivrrv. (St' mJi-, (-/';'■) 
JUlclioll .t OriiUlhs (John iMllchell, Sam 

ucl Urillitbt), creamery. 
Mundy Thomas R, jeweler. 
Parson George, meat market. 
Pearce Wm J, physician 
Peavy Mablon D. pro]ir Eve and Star. 
PengcUy it Bro (Henry aiul Jolm), livery. 
Perkins Thomas, h.irdware. 
Peters James, carpenter. 
Peters Wm P, grocer. 
I'hillips Rev S (Congregational). 
Pierre Piev Cheshire (BajitLU). 
Priileaux Wm I), city clerk. 
Prideaux it Hooper (Francis Prideaux. 

AVm Hooper), general store. 
Prideau.v it Kelly (Henry Prideaux, John 

Kelly), blacksmitlis. 



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<iu»v»/ll lor Sale, tiitulogues Irep. 



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i'ryor it Williams (James T Pryor jr, Wm ; Itcesc Samuel 'W, Maynr. 

K Williams), drugs j Reese & Carter (Samuel W Reese, Richard 

Ilrt-^e Mrs Jennie A, milliner. ! Carter), lawyers. 









Traveling Trade Solicited. 



Best $1.00 a Day Hitel in Ecdgev: 






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With All Modern Improvements. Hot Air Furnace. 

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Rubblns it Thoniii«i (Arthur L P.ob- 
bins, Benjaniiu Thomas .In, Insurance; 
Jlembers of McKillop, Walker cc Co's 
Mercantile Ac;eucy. 

Roberta ]\[rs J K, propr Western Hotel. 

.Roberts & Jones Ulenr}- F Roberts, I)en- 
jamin E Jones), tlruagists. 

Rodila Jliss Jennie, dressmaker. 

Rogers Joseph V, .s;rocer. 

Rogers Thomas, stationery and exp agent. 

J^ogcrs "Wm II, general store. 

Rohr Christian, painter. 

Rohr George W, painter. 

Rowe II & J (Ilenrj- and Joseph), general 
store. 

Rndersdorf John, hotel. 

J{yp.ll Louis, hardware. 

Sands J M, agt C & N W Ry. 

Sands "\Vm, boots and shoes. 

Schell & Scbell (Frank J and Frank W), 
boots and shoes. 

Sherman Nichola.?, carpenter. 

Sims Thomas, carpenter. 

•Smelkcr .?es>>e P, Lawyer and Ab- 
stracts of Title, Real Estate and Loans; 
Collections a Specialty. 

Smelker >.*c Ilahn, proprs Spaug's Opera 
House. 

Smith Oliver C, justice. 

Souden Henry, t.-dlor. 

Spang's Opera iiouse. Smelker A; Hahn 
proprs 

Stratman Frederick W jr. farm impts. 

Stratman F W & Co (Frederick W Strat- 
man, Richard Lane), wasjon mnfrs. 

Strcclcr J r. Rubber Stamp Mnfr. {Sec 
ado. ill cl'it'^irl'l R<i'j'i,:i- l^i.nur-^ ) 

Slroiitf's dtiiU (Capital and Surplus, 
^4.^,00(1), Orville Slnmu' I'ropr, James 
'Cleminson Cash; Collections Promptly 
Attended to. 

Tapjiins .Matthew J, circuit court clerk. 

Temby John, general store. 

Thomas Mrs (T'h .rl'-s J, dressmaker. 

Thomas "\\m H, register of deeds. 

Thomas Wm J, grocer. 

Trensch John, .neat market. 

Tresedcr Mr.s Stephen, milliner. 

Vallee Antlionv R, dentist. 

WhllfordA Kelly (Chris Whitford, John 
Kelly), m icons. 

Wickbam Win J. t'rocer. 

Williaiils* tUiil. I) H Williams Propr. 

Williams &, James (John Williams. Henry 
James), livery. 

Wisconsin Iiouse, J Harking propr. 

Zimmer Daniel jr, sheriff. 



DOELLE. .\ c(.untry pottolViee in 
Buffalo county IS miles from Alma, the 



county seat, and 9 from Arcadia, its i-i: 
ing and shipping point. Mail, semi-wetr. 
ly. E. Doelle, postmaster. 

Danciser J, farmer. 

Doelle A, farmer. 

Doolie i^nu't'lliiirt. Farmer. 

Doelle J H, farmer. 

Herold Andrew, constable. 

Male? M, farmer. 

Weicherpbenick John, mason. 

Winger C, farmer. 

AVinger Wra, farmer. 

Wolf Henry, farmer. 

Ziegler M, "farmer. 



DOOR CREEK. A po.sioffice in D ■.:: 
counl\', 12 miles southeast of Madison, \:, 
county seat, oi south of Cottage Grnv' 
the nearest railroad station, and 7t U<'V. 
DeerfielJ, the nearest li.anking p.i!;' 
Stages tii- weekly to Deerfield. Populalin-. 
70. Mail, tri-weekly. Harvey Campbei: 
postmaster. 

Caiiipttcil Kliirvcy, Physician. 
Rvmerson Ole, shoemaker. 



DORCHESTER. .V prosperous vi: 
lage located on the AV'iscon^in Cenlr.i. 
Line, and on a branch of the Popple rivir. 
in Clark county, 40 miles northeast o: 
Xeillsville, the judicial seat. It was tir-i 
settled in 1^74. and now contains .5 church- 
es, a graded public school, a bank, 2 hote;-. 
2 creameries, a tannery, a broom hari •- 
factory and 1 steam saw mill. F.\" . 
N. P. Tel., W. U. Population, .-> . 
Mail, daily. August ilomstedt, yo--l 
master. 

Rery Amund K, blarksmilh. 
Dahlberg O Abraham, tanner. 
Distelhorst Frederick A, general store. 
Falconer Frank, general store. 
Fessler Charles .\, shoemaker. 
Frank Conrad, carpenter. 
Oiitu-asser Frederick, hardware. 
Hansmann Wn>, meat market. 
Iloeller .Vndrc'v. carpenter. 
t3<Miisio<lt Aii^ii>l, Postmaster a:.*. 

Drug-ist. 
Jensen Mrs A F F, general store. 
EtleiiVnaim ^larlin, Saloon: Wli''---' 

sale Farm Produce. Hay and Potalot- 
Koernrr John, saloon and hoop mnfr. 
liiioiilr, i'ro<Ici'ioU, Saw Mil! a:-'- 

Jlufr Kroom Handles. 
La Bossier Henry, general store. 
La B .=sier H A. Co (Henry La Bossier, ;■ 

H Winchester), h.ay pres.sers. 



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.•»It!iiicr EcliHuiuJ, Iloiise, Sign. Por- 
:rait and Scenic I'liater and Photo- 
.T-.pljer, Postoriice I5ux 109. (See adv, 
. ■„(• ) 

^: ;,:imore Bros (Bradl)erry G and Jobn A), 
.••ycral store. 

." ;ry Henry M, physician. 

' - rhillii: Peter, wagoiniiaker. 

I. ■•.dan Daniel E, prin school. 

l: .sfiukranz, Ilaii^niann A: Stoelzel (Anton 
liiiFenkraDZ, Wm Hausmann, T Stoel- 
:i\), creamery. 

~. .lafer John, propr l^rnvelers' Uonio. 

^ hafer Peter, general store. 

scliiiildf A r iV; t'o (August F 
.•^chmidl), Broom llnndle and Base Ball 
liat -Alufrs. i&e ddf. hdmc.) 

^ lineller Bdward, iirinler. 

.'■i-:ulcr David, black^milh. 

."'•i-vens Milton n,r!iilioad,e.\p and tel agt. 

.-warthout E L, land agl W (.' Line. 

I'ruvelers' Hojne, John Schafer propr. 

Winchester Edsvanl II, propr E H Win- 
chester's Bank and insurance. 

'iVhichester'a E II Bank of Dorchester 
icapital, ft.5,000), P^ II Winchester propr. 

V. intlmeisler Joseph, harness 

^Vol[ John, jeweler. 



DOTYVILLE. A post villa-e on the 
Sheboygan river, in Fond du Lac county, 
10 mile's southeast of Fond du Lac, the 
county seat, nearest railroad station and 
banking point. Population, 100. Mail, 
Bemi-weekly. James Lallerty, postmaster. 

Baldauf I\I, carpenter. 

Busse Philij), carpenter and apiarist. 

Dautennan II, shoemaker. 

Engles II M, feed mill. 

Fastbender Matt, black.-nilth. 

Gardlhous Rev A (Catholic). 

llollerbach Joseph, hotel. 

B>al!"cr!y Janice, General Store and 

Justice 
Leonard ii Baldorf, cheese ninfrs. 
JIayerhojf Jt-jv ]'2 (Lulheraui. 
O'Brien T, physician. 
Ueis John, general store. 
Richardson Jilary ]i. dressmaker. 
Richardson P, blacksmith. 
Rinewond Leonard, hotel. 
.Schneider Peter, feed mill. 
Taft" \V 0, cheese raufr. 
Thueruer Joseph, bhicksmith. 
Web!) & Leonard, string band. 



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in Marquette county, 13 rniles south west 
of lloiite'.lo, the county seat. 7 southwest 
of Merrill's Lanilincr, the nearest railroad 
sthtiou, and 14 northeast of KilbournCity, 
the nearest baniiing point. Population, 
30. Mail, semi-weekly. W. H. Jloore, 
postmaster. 

McMahon P n, farmer. 
McTier Jaines, constable. 
Mills S O, justice. 
Moore \Vm II, Farmer. 

DOUSMAN. A post village on the 
C. & :N. \V. Hy, In Waukesha county, 13 
miles west of Waukesha, the county seat, 
and 8 south of Oconomowoc, the nearest 
banking point. Population, 150. Tl-I., 
TV. U. Exp., Am. Wm. Keid, Jr., post- 
master. 

Casper B, hotel. 

Clause Herman, harliessmaker. 

Grupp G A, wafroDinaker. 

Ilardic A G, Grain. 

Henry .1 L. iirocer. 

Jones Hugh G, blacksmith. 

IMartiu p^rauk. carpenter. 

Martin ,Tohn, carj)euter. 

Moore Dr George E, drucr<;ist. 

Morris W T, saloon and li?cry. 

Neff O 11. blacksmith 

Pagel Ferdinand, shoemaker. 

Quentu.s .1 C, jiainter. 

]Cci<I Villi .Ir, General iStore. 

Kobb \Y ,1, railroad, exp and tel agt. 

Thomas G H. general store. 

Walters U, meat market. 



DOVER. On the C, :M. & St. P. Ky, 
in Uaciue county, 21 miles west of liacini'. 
the county seat, and (! cast of ISuiiintrtou, 
the nearest baukinE: point, l-'oiiululion, 
70. Exp., Am. Mail, daily. Mlehaul 
Ginaiue, postmaster. 

Ginaine Susie C, railroad agent. 

DOWNING. In Dunn county, on 
the \V'is. Crnlral Line. 22 miles northwest 
of jMenonionie. the ciumty seat and I atil. 
ing point. IC.xii., X, 1'. Tel., W. U. 
Population, 42.). W. 11. Park, postmaster. 

Berais A, machinist. 
Coleman C B, lawyer. 
Collin.5G M. li.uel. 
Crosby Seth, barber. 
Dalloii K ^t Sons, clothing. 
Powdcii Shelby M, hotel. 
I>o\inini; .TSiiC;; Co, Saw Mill. 
MeCabe A II, general store ami notions. 



Miller A A. railroail. express and tel s 

;Moyer A. blacksmith. 

Jloyer Henr}-. restaurant. 

ZS'oicross W H. furniture. 

E^ark I>r W !U, Druggist. 

Proper F C, justice. 

Rice L C, lawyer. 

Phernetton C C, Hour and feed. 

Stewart Wm, livery. 

Stoddard A K & Sons, cheese mnfrs. 

Weed K A, constable. 



DOWNSVILLE. On the C, M. i- 
St. P. Hy, in Dunn count}-, S miles south 
of ilenomonie, the county seat and neai.,;! 
banking point. Population. 400. Tel 
W. U. .Mail, daily. II. Thomas, post- 
master. 

Brown Fred, livery. 
Coats John, feed nn'll. 
JI>r!ikc ii K, General Store. 
Graven Joiin P, railroad anil tel agent. 
Knapp, Stout & Co Company, general 

store. 
Shirley John, watronraaker. 
Sin/, John, hotel. 
Tibbetts A J, justice. 
Varuer K C, carpenter. 



^ DOYLESTOWN. On the C, .^I. .'c 
St. P. liy, in Columbia coiiniy. 18 inile.- 
southeast of Portage, the judiei.'i! seat. a"d 
'.».; from Coluiabus. the nearest bankinL' 
point. Tel., W. U. Exp., Am. Popu- 
lation, 100. 

Freeman F M. wagonmaker. 
Hartzingor J..hn. bl'irk-mitli. 
<>tiiiiii JJ :^3, General Store. 
I.'obertson A: .Morris, grain and lumljer. 
Sei-i'rson S. triuieral slore. 
Williams G II, hotel. 

DRESSER JUNCTION. Ou the 

M., St. P. .t S. Sle. .M. Hy, in Polk enu^-,- 
ty, r, miles northeast of Osceola Mills, the 
county seal and usual banking point. 
T.I., W. U. Exp., Am. I'opulalion, ■>'. 
i?. P. Pitman, po^tlnHSter. 
Clark Charles, carpenter. 
Chirk Charlotte, music teacher. 
Dresner Nellie A, music teacher. 
Farley J C, railroad, exp and le-1 agent. 
Xelson Jennie .M, music teacher. 
I'ittiiaii li i'. Grocer. 



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DRUECKER. On Sauk creek, and 
on the M., L. S. & W. Hy, in Ozaukee 
cour.ly, A miles north of Port Washiiiirt.in, 
tlie C'M in ty Seat anil banking point. P 'J]; 

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■: iiiiD, 800. Mai!, dfdly. Hugh Mc- 
urjDC, pObtruiislcr. 

Iiruerker J & Bros, lime nmfrs. 
McGrane llugli, grocer. 



DRUMMOND. Ou While river, and 
■ n the C St. P., }il. ik, O. liy, in Daydeld 
.riinty, 50 miles southwest of Bayiiekl, the 
HUiity seat, and-G northeast of Ilayward, 
'.he nearest banking point. Population, 
"lO. Tel., W. U. E.xp., Am. F. II. 
Linimmond, postmaster. 

DriiiiiinoiHl F Bff, Vice-President 
iiid Jlogr Uust-Ovv'en Lumber Co. 

I, iDd Ole 0, shoemaker. 

r::ile II, hotel. 

I'.iitell D C, express agent. 

i;i.'i,'s .John G, lumber mnfrg. 

Uii^t Owen Lumber t'o (limited), John S 
Owen pres, Frank II Drummoad vice- 
pres, Ralph E Itust sec and treas. 



DRY BONE. lu Grant county, 28 
n-.iles from Lancaster courl house and 3 
.'r.ira Jlonlforl, it.-t banking and shipping 
1 'int. Mail, tri-weckly. C. Guthrie, 
I'ostnuister. 

('roll &■ Dax, general store 

IJIing IT, saloon. 

(!:illowKy J S, justice of peace. 

Oiuhric, Topp & Co, General Store 

and Miners 
.h'liDson M, blacksmith. 
M_UD7. A, constable. 
'A'elcli & lieagels, .saloon. 



DRYWOOD. A village in Chippewa 
C'.unly, 10 miles northeast of Chii)pewa 
i'dis, the county scat, and 8 north of Ca- 
''■'lie, the nearest railroad station. (Jhip- 
i'Wa Falls is the nearest bankiiv.^ point. 
j;i|pulalion, 50. Mail, semi-weekly. \V. 
' 'iiit, postmaster. 

['■urrovrs G B, lumber mufr. 

"rywood Lumber Co. 

Mint Wai-i-eii, Saw Mill, General 

^lorc and Salo >n. 
'• ■■'dnian Bro.i, (jcneral store. 
1 diljurd S L, justice of peace. 
•McKay D 0, saw mill and real estate. 
^^ i'cliell James, lumber. 
■Mitchell Miles, hotel and saloon. 

DUCK. CREEK. Formerly known 
?'' \ elp, is ou Duck creek, the C. >.t X. W. 
!■>■ and the G. B., W. & St. P. R. R., in 
'■•■>JWn county, .5 miles from Green Bay, 
•^■<- J'ulicial .seat and banking point. Tel., 



W. U. Exp., Am. Population, 1,2."j0. 
A. llussin, postmaster. 

Athey James, carpenter. 

Bciiilfj TSiOinas II, Propr Duck 

Si Creek Stone Quarry. 

Buikel Henry, saloon and general store. 

Buraette M, stone quarry. 

C'orbeil L, carpenter. 

Delorm Anton, hotel and saloon. 

E5jicK Creek Stone ijiiarry. T R 

Bentley Propr. 
Finncgan Wm, brick tnnfr and stone 

quai-ry. 
£9ii!<'>i!i -Vle.T, General Store and Justice. 
Hussin J, saloon. 
Reiuhart L, blacksmith. 
Rious L, stone quarry. 
Roder August, saloon. 
Steins "\Vm, saloon. 
Ullmcr J, blacksmith. 
Van Ex L, general store. 
Walker Arthur, general store. 



DUDLEY. A postofHce on Prairie 
river, in Lincoln county, 10 miles northeast 
of Merrill, the county seat, nearest railro.ad 
station and banking point. Pi.pulation, 
20. JIail, tri-weekly. C. II. Biauchard, 
postmaster. 

EJIniieSiitfcI (' II. General Store. 
Dudley Henry, hntel and farmer. 
Smith it Cummiiig, sawmill. 

DUNBAR. In Marinette conntv, on 
the^L,St. P. its. Ste. M. Ry, CO miles 
northwest of .Marinette, the judicial seat. 
Nearest bank at Iron Mountain, Mich. 
Exp , Am. Tel., W. U. 

Evans C. railroad, exp and tel agt. 
Girard Lumber Co, saw mill. 



DUNBARTON. A station on the C , 
M. it St. P. Ky, in LaFayetle county. Si 
miles south of Darlington, the seat of jus- 
lice, and cast of Shull.sburgh, the loca- 
tion of the nearest bank. Population, IIO. 
Tel., W. U. Exp., Adams. J. L. Mat- 
son, postmaster. 

Blackbourne F, general store and grain. 
Lloyd P E, railroad, exp and tel agent. 
mat>>oii A 1j, Blacksmith and Machinist. 
Matron J L. jirodiice and printer, 
^lunson Mrs Sarah C. thnver seeds. 
]\Iunson it Lord, wind-mills, etc, 
Russell J B, mnfr chemical dehorner. 



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miles north of Chilton, the county scat, 
and southeast of Kaukauna, thu nearest 
banking point. Population, 150. Esp., 
U. S. P. Endres, postmaster. 

Beach Samuel C, hotel. 

Bruecker J W, cheese mnfr. 

KaitJrcs Peler, General Store, Piailroad 

and Express Ai^ent. 
Sauter, Peter, saloon. 
Schneider Henry, hlacksniith. 
Woltinger Josepli, cheese bos mnfr. 



DUlf DEE. A Tillac^e on the ."ililwau- 
kce river, in Fond du Lac county. :.'J miles 
southeast of Fond du Lac, the counts- .seat 
and banking jioint. and 7 northeast of New 
Cassel, the nearest railroad sta;inn. Stages 
to New Prospect, 'Waucousta and Xew 
Oas=el. I'opulation, 100. Mail, daily. 
James Murray, postmaster. 

Arimond Jacob, general store. 

Arimond & Bowser, flour mill. 

I'arr}- L L, cooper. 

£«r4tu'i) AOatsi, Farm Implements. 

Brown & [lenning, cheese mnfrs. 

Daliege ./ulius, tailor. 

Gallagher P AV, hotel. 

Jlontag B, shoemaker. 

Murray Patrick, blacksmith. 

Schenck Jjaniliert, blacksmith. 

Schcuck JIatUiftS, wagonuiakcr. 



DUNNVILLE. A rost.-ffice on the 
Ciiippewa. river, Dunn coiintj-, :3:;0 miles 
northwest ot Milwaukee, 14 fmni Menora- 
onic. the county .seat, and 7 finm Dnrand, 
the nearest banking point. Population, 
100. Mail, daily. 






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DUPLAINVILLE. A post village 
on the C, "M. Ot St. P. Ry and the Wis- 
rousiu Central Line, in Waulveslia county, 
i5 miles from Waukesha, the county seat 
and banking point. Popuhuiou, 7-j. E.\p., 
Am. Tel., \V. U. J. Cuganski, post- 
, master. 

i>iit;iii)«ki .7nliii, General Store. Hotel 

and JCvprcss Aeent, 
Fi:Ji h) T, railniiiil and tel agent. 
.M-tgedanz Kd, wagonmaker. 
.Magedanz Wm. blackaraith. 
^ Sehniuil M, shoemaker. 



DUPONT. A po.st village on Pigeon 
river, in Waupaca county, ii miles north- 
east of Waupaca, the county seat, and 4 
south of Jl.-uion. the nearest railroad sta- 
tion. Cliiiloiivillo is the nearest banking 



point. Stages tri-weekly to Symco a^ I 
Marion. Population, 300. !Mail, tri- 
weekly. F. il. D,;vand, postmaster. 

Clapps & JIad=on, saw mill. 
Cleveland G F, blacksmith. 
I>evatJd V M, Land Agent. 
Devand L, produce. 
Nohr i- Sons, saw mill. 



DURAND. A nourishing incorpor- 
ated city ou the C. V. br. of the C, yi. c,: 
St. P. Ry, in Durand township, Pepin 
county, of which it is the c<iuDty stat. It 
contains a bank, a creamery, a furniture 
factory, 2 weekly newt-papers, the Pepii 
Co'/nO^' Co'trirr and the JDiinind '/. Itup'j, a 
museum of natural history. chuiches, a 
graded school, a basket factory and a ma- 
chine shop. Grain, pork, live stock and 
country produce are tiic principal ship- 
ments. Stages to Arkausaw and Eau 
Galle. No bondeil debt. Assessed valua- 
tion of real and personal proper! v, i'-.jO,- 
000. Population, l.l.VJ. Tel.; W. U. 
E.^p., Am. Jlail, daily. W". L. liachel- 
dcr, postmaster. 

Alkire Isaac D, nursery. 

Atkins AVillis B, city marshal. 

Auer Jacob J. sahion. 

Bachelder Wm L, pistinasler. 

BailofI August, hainoss. 

Bank of Durand I'rapital, .'52.1,000), John 

iIolvcr:on pres, II fj Smith cash. 
Barney (Jilberl It, railroad and express sgt. 
Barney '.Mrs Julia A. milliner. 
Barton Elmer !>, saloon. 
Bauer Rev J :M (Catholic). 
Bauer A; Brenner (Frederick Bauer, An- 
ion Brenner), wagoiimakers. 
Bauer iV Engeldini^er (Frank Bauer and 

Peter ICngeldinger) saloon. 
Blach Albert, shoemaker. 
Boehn Jiphn. gener.al store. 
Boehm A: Kraeft (Louis Boehm, Robert 

Kruefl), saloon. 
Breuuig & Kathouseu (Jacob Breunig, 

Henry Kathou'^en), saloon. 
Bruenu Christian, wagrmiuaker. 
lirunuer Anthony, blai ksniith. 
Cji><lcr iloii!*!.-, -M M Farr Propr. {&e 

ach, <Jpp.) 
Coflin Alexander G, abstracts and loans. 
Crosby Iliram .^L sorghum mnfr. 
Davis & Starr Lumber Co, George V\ 

Bishop mngr. 
Dorchester Jamcs T, brick yard. 
Dor win Aul'usIus R. cenernl store, 
Dorwiu V W .MillCo(Vivns ^X and Wm 

Y Dorwin), planing mill. 



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Uunltip ifc McKce (George W Duulap, Al- 
freti E McKee), geueral store. 

l)i;raud Basket Works, PH 6h;ifer, II C 
Mueller, M P Peter^nn pmprs. 

l>iir.ind Brass Bund, F G pf'jiffer leader. 

I>;irand Zsitung. Uobert JIor.--bacli editor. 

Dyer Slcrbcrt I>, Coui;t3' Clerk and 
Insurance. 

I)j IT 4.V Bofliror (II D Dyer, Frank 
il Boebret), Watches, Clucks, Silver- 
ware and Jewelry ; \\'atcli Hcpairiug a 
Specialty. 

'. .Iridue Job D, cuiinty .judge. 

;\i't .Mathiasjr, sorLjhum mut'r. 

TaiT :^iorri.«> TjS, Prnpr Casler Ilduse 
und Livery, (.'riendc, hLl>'0.) 

r'nrd it Browne (Cliauncy B Ford, Gil- 
ford D Browne jr), bl ick.smitlis. 

r'lrsier House, Jo,=opli Forster propr. 

;■" \ Frank, cotifeclioner. 

rra*cj' .Sohii, Lawyer. 

V:,\/. Jacob, furniture and undertaker. 

'.'■.iller Koduian, furniture. 

(i:i/ely Josepb, carpenter. 

■"■rlicr Geoigo. carpenter. 

'I'.bar Dr Frank ./. coroner. 

^■"Nilricb Miss .leniiic M. county sup!. 

<M>o<lriflj a'liiio W, Dealer in Fur- 
niture, Wall Paper, Carpel', Winilow 
t'urlains ami Fixtures and Undertaker; 
Trunks and Valises. 

';:'^.drich I'c Smith ( Wm Goodrich, Charles 
H Smith), crocer.s. 

''"-s Richard B, ireneral store, 

•'■■ A It Hall. Geor-c Gerlier uropr. 

<'iil!i!i tilurlf«* ISn, Dealer in Staple 
and Fancy Groceries, Ci.cais, Tobaccos, 
('■mf.-cticjnery, Fruits, Ovsters, Flour 
ami Feed. 

•'titin Francis V. -vvagonmaker. 

''"'Mien W .V, painlur. 

'I uiunond .\n.5ei W. in.-urance. 



Hammond A: Smith (Wm C Hammond, 
Wm Smith), hardware. 

Hardv Perry E, stone Cjuarrv. 

Hill Bros (Albert Band WmEl, machinists. 

SlilHiird t'uloh '3, Lawyer, Collection 
Agent, Ueal Estate and Insurance. 

Hocsor F August, boots and shoes. 

Hoeser & Pomassl (F A Hoeser, Sylvester 
Pomassl), saloon. 

Holt Rev John (Methodist). 

Horner Frank E, barber. 

Huleatl Thomas P, county treag. 

Humphrey Mrs Lucy D, drusgist. 

Huntington Vv' H, propr Pejiin County 
Courier. 

ESiiloliinsnsi !>r & Son (G S Hutch- 
inson, N H Gobari, Druggist.'^, Books 
and Stationery, Fancy and Toilet Ar- 
ticles. 

Ingram Scj Engeldinger (Charles A Ingram, 
John Engeldini;er}, farm impts. 

Jellison Samuel L, marble. 

Jensen 3Irs y[ L, farm impts. 

Kees G W ^ Co (George W Kecs, John 
Quixtncr), meat market. 

Knapp Henry A, farm impts. 

Knight Milelus, farm impts. 

Lafavetle Hall, Yaulri>t Bros proprs. 

Lawrence Philip, brewer. 

Liefl'ring ^Mis.ses Mary i.t Kate M, dress 
makers. 

Looiuis Mrs Charlotte M. milliner. 

JIcKee Albert E. city trea-^. 

ililes Henry N, register of deeds. 

Miller A W, civil engineer. 

^^Jody John G, barber. 

Morsbarh Robert, editor Dur.and Zeitung. 

Morne liev ]■> L (Congregational). 

Murman Henry, elk circuit court. 

Nes')it J \\\ ]irin high school. 

Nicklas Henry, tailor. 

Xilrs Mrs Mary 1. milliner. 



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the L">epot. Reasonable Rates for Boaril Ijy the Week or ilonth. 

_ R.\TE.*»i, $1..10 E»E':SB I>.^Y. 

Large Sample Rooois and First-Class Livery in Connection. 

A Sliare oC Palilio I'atronaKe is lie.sp-cttully Solicited. 

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>Jiiiimo it Kflton (Alexandfr D ^^immo, 

Adara G Ktltoo), fHrni impts. 
Nortliwe6tern Lumber Co, ?iiarliu ?ilaxwell 

asent. 
Nusberger Conrad, lime. 
Orcbeslra Band, F G Pfeillen leader. 
Osterreicber Kiisjelbrtclit, live slock. 
Ostcrreicher tt Ketlner (Anton Otterreich- 

er, Joseph Kettner), meat market. 
Parkburtt James II. restaurant. 
Peck Alexander A, dentidt. 
Pei'iu County Agricultural Society, II W 

Hammond sec. 
Pepin Couiity Courier Tbe, W II Ilunt- 

iugton editor and propr. 
Percy Bros (Jribn and James), draymen. 
Plumraer Nathaniel, county surveyor. 
Phimmer Win E, district attorney. 
Pocscbl Frank, saloon. 
l'olz.er John, via£;onmaker. 
Kailt k Par<ou.s (Tliomas G R^itt, Tlomiis 

S Pe.rsons), pbotrigrapbers. 
Hamu.9 & Tlionias (Adolpbus Ramus. 

Charles Thomas), liveiy. 
Raymond Nelson, blacksmith. 
Knebm Frank A, grocer. 
Root Kussell U, boat builder. 
Ituelile A^l^'ust, blacksmith. 
Sabiii iV; Belden (J^zra N Sabin, George W 

Belden), barnesa, 
SchUimpf Aujj;ust F, saloon. 
Scblumpf A; Nickhis (Miss Louise ;\l 

Schlnmpf, Miss Annetie Xicklas), dress- 
makers. 
Schurr Walter, drayman. 
Seeley Wm, carpenter. 
Selbach i .1, )ihy>ii.-iaii. 
Scinplc .K!;tJii'<i, Agent 

Brewing Co of La Cro;se. 

Scmple Itobert, saloon. 

Shaw Myron A. physician. 

Siinjikio.s Jolui 10, painter. 

Sinclair John, Inmljer. 

Skinner Rev (lilando (Universalist). 

i^iiiiMi SSfsu-.v ti. Propr Tontine House. 

Stulloid John J, carpenter. 

Stewart Parker, ma^on. 

Stille Charles, tj.oriff. 

Tarrant Georu'e k .Son, gener.al store. 

Tonliiic I3<>ii«c, ilenry K Smith 
Propr. 

Topping Pe Witt C. general store. 

Vautrot Alpliousf., liardwarc. 

Voil ^I'uriiiiici .liiCMtb, Harness and 
Saddles, Trunks and Horse Furnish- 
ings. 

Walker Jlartin P, restaurant. 

AV'eiper Henry B, pliysician. 

Zeisingcr Loui.s, furniture mnfr. 



John Gund 

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DURHAM. In Waukesha county, lu 
miles soutlioast of \Vauke.sha, the judicitti 
seat, and 9 west of Oakwood, the nearest 
shipping point. Population, 1.5. M^iil 
tri weeklv. Albert Vecneudaal, poslmaj 
ter. 

Derkson Barney, carpenter. 
Hay Joseph, justice, 
Haj' Joseph jr, constable. 
Huckstorf John, mason. 
Piiegal August, mason. 
Veei!cit«lji!si Alhorl, General S:ore- 
Blucksmith and Fanner. 



DtrVALL. A recently 
postoffice in Kewaunee county. 



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DYCKESVILLE. On Green B^x-, 
in Kewaunee county, Ji) miles novlU'.vc-'st 
of Kewaunee, the county seat, and l-"- 
northeast of Green Buy, tbe nearest rail- 
road station and bankini- point. It con- 
tains a church and ilistiiet school. Mail, 
daily. Stages to Green Bay, Sturgeon 
Bay and Almapec. Population, fiO. Jo- 
seph Stage, postmaster. 

Barrett Wm & Son, general store. 
Boulauger Desire, general store. 
May Leonard, l.ilacksmilb. 
Sliij;c .E<»!<ci»li, Hotel and Saloon. 



Chicago S [mi Jml P.;, 



EAGLE. A village on the C. M. it 
St. P. By, in Waukesha county. ]ii mili.s 
southwest of Wau'icsha. the coiintv seat 
and nearest banking point. A weekly new.s- 
pnper, the Sini, is published. Population, 
:.0t>. Tel., W. U. Exp., Am. Iv. Y. 
Salisbury, postmaster. 

Baidster Cbailes B, physician. 
Bielham ,'\Iatliias, stone mason. 
]?ossinL'bnni Iviward. tailor. 
Botbrell .Mrs K, dressmaker. 
IS«»vi'C E'^<!w!ir<! }.., Grocer. 
Bovee Mervin, barber. 
Clemous Harvey, grain elevator, 
demons Horace, railroad and exp agl- 
Clendeuing Kev R C (.Melhodi.sl). 
(;iohi.Hy Bros, blacksmiths. 
Cox Charles, livery. 
Crank Wm. saloon. 
Devere.'Uix Thomas, saloon. 
I)iam<uid Hotel, J P Schneider propr. 
Eagle Cornet B.ind, E Lius leader. 
Faestel .Fobn, carpen'er. 
Foster .Mrs L, dressmaker. 
Gray Dr W P, dentist. 
<«ro)«Mc I..co|n»UI, General Store. 
Haje Samuel, apiarist. 

Palace and Dining- Cars 

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1.000.000. I IVortUwcetern 3i-ai)cli 
;.Oi>0.onii. 1 a>a!f<-, 41G ."'Jilv.aiskpe 
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lltiiuescy W B, publr .Sun. 

Henry Ecic;!ir, paiuter. 

Ilnswell Nathaniel J, wagonmaker. 

llulibard Wm E, hardware. 

.I.iycox Mrs Louis, milliner. 

I,v'wandowsl<e Otto, harness. 

f.ins Charles E, drugijist. 

I,i!i9 Edmund, saloon and meats. 

Lins .John A, general store. 

Lins it Cumlntrs, live stock. 

McKeon J II, blacksmith. 

noWilliauis Walt'-r, Dru-iist. 

News, G A ]{odgers editor and publr. 

Parks Francis G, real estate. 

Parsons Mrs E \V, carpet weaver. 

Pischery Rev Wm (C:itlii.'lic). 

Kodijers G A, publr New.?. 

'iiUUimry EtiUe Y, :\Iilliner. 

Sihneiiler J T, propr Uiumoud Hotel and 

livery. 
SLarp E, physician. 
SiL-ad Henry, confectioner. 
Sun, W 15 Heunesey, editor and publr. 
Thomas Henry, carpenter. 
Tyler Nicholas, .shoemaker. 
Wambold L, flour mill, 
■^'inster Will, telffjraph ac:cnt. 
Vcrke3 George W & C'o, lumber. 

EAGLE CORNEHS. A hamlet in 
Kicldund county, M miles southwest of 
Hiehland Centre, the couritv seat, and ."> 
n.jrlhwesl of Aluscoda, the' nearest rail- 
road station and bankiui;; point. Popula- 
lii'u, 00. .Alail, daily. Frederick .Smith, 
postmaster. 

.^Iruin Aaron, waconinaker. 

>»inlni rrt.'<!cri<-k. General .Store. 

\Nare Wm, blacksmith.: 



EAGI.S POINT. A postoffiee on Ihe 
<-•. St. P. M. & (). l{y, in Chippewa 
county) 7 miles north of Chippewa Falls, 
the location of the nearest bank. Popu- 
lation, y.j, Mail, ,iaily. John Eates, post- 
master. 

I";r:lctt W n & Sons, siork ffrm. 
•{"Ic* .John, NoPiry, Insurance and 
^ Lumber. 
< leaves F. A, pine land inspector. 
>\il«on H, cheese mnfr. 
louDi; Grant, Uour and feed. 

EAGLE KIVER. A prosperous town 
"n nvir of the same name, and on the .M., 
''■ S. vt W. \{,', in Oneida county, CO miles 
'"rlheast of lihinelander, the juilieiid seat 
"!"! noiirost baiikinL; point. Tel, W. U. 



E.\p., U. S. Population, 1,,500. G. P. 
Dickinson, postmaster. 

Anderson Erwin W, blacksmith. 

Avery O W, saw mill. 

Bane G A, grocer. 

Cochran David, saloon. 

Deckert Joseph F, meat market. 

Denton Albert A, hotel. 

Dern John, barber. 

E>ifkin'>oii iV Cook, General Store. 

Docker}- Wm, boarding house. 

Downs 11 S, railroad and telegraph agent. 

Eaden Carnej', saloon. 

Eagle liiver Review. 

Forrester Wallace W, shingle mill. 

Garity ^Michael, saloon. 

Gerry Lumh^;r Co. 

Goucher John \\'. jeweler. 

Graham Daniel, stationer. 

SIiMlily E>r (^eoi-ijo 81, Drugs. 

Hal! Fred, merchant tailor. 

IHr/.e! Mart, saloon. 

Hchert Mrs J P, hotel. 

Howard A Frani;, confectioner and barber. 

Johnston A: Co, lumber mnfrs. 

Knox Wm H, grocer and saloon. 

Kuehue John II. meat market. 

.McCloud K. hotel. 

:?ac<:<Miiioll <; S' &. Co, Grocers. 

-AIcGill Hartley, saloon. 

Mclnlyrc A. general store. 

M.'ick H J. hardware. 

Manes & Slattery, saloon. 

Jloon Orrin B, lawyer and publr Vindi 

cator. 
Jlorrison Bros, meat market. 
O'Connor Henry, confectioner. 
Persolin Wm, harness and shoes. 
Richiaon A G, express agent. 
Richmond Merrick, saloon. 
Sheridan laimber Co. 
Stannard .Miss Lucy, milliner. 
Thibbfcls Rev K J (Congregational). 
Thomp'-on G II, restaur-mt. 
Tofiley A Merickle, saloon. 
Vindicator. O B ."\Ioon publr. 
Wa!f!i T 15, fJeueral Store. 
Wark Miss .Annie, milliner. 

EAGLETON. A postofSce on O'Neil 
creek, in Chippewa county, [) miles north 
of Chippewa Falls, the county seat, near- 
est railroad station and banking point. 
Stages semi-weekly to Chippewa Falls and 
intermediate points. Population, ooO. 
-Mail, semi-weekly. Charles Liche. post- 
master. 

Harthieume Leon, saloon. 
Jones ^t Sticknev, black.^raUh^. 



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Oisdahy SrcthersJ. Perk and Beef Packero, 

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Lielic Charles, General Store and Saw 

Mill. 
Scboewe G, music teacher. 
Stickncy Charles, hotel. 
YouDg 3Ieu'3 Silver Band. 



EAST BEISTOL. A postofflce in 
Dane county, 20 miles northeast of Madi- 
son, the county seat, and 8 soutliwest of 
Columbus, the nearest shipping and bank- 
ing point. Populaiion, 75. Mail, tri- 
weekly. George Thein, poitmaster. 

East Bristol Creamer}'. 

Goelzingcr L, blacksmith. 

Ilauser Jacob, i'cneral «tore. 

Hillenbrand Ernest, carpenter. 

Jauish Julius, nvison. 
'Murlz John, sal'ion. 

Scisey EJciiry, Agricultural 
niculs. 

Schmitt II A, justice. 
SSpshn Valentine, shoemaker. 

Steigerv,-alk Frank, carpenter. 

Stien ^Michael, saloon. 

Slrakcr Jlichael. justice. 
. Thciii George, General Store. 

Thcin John, shoemaker. 



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EAST DELAVAN. In Walworth 
county, 3 miles sontli of Elkhoru, the ju- 
dicial seat, >isual banking and sliipping 
point. Tr!-weeltly sta-.;e to Elkhoru anti 
Ilarvanl. Popn.hition, §■"). .Mail, tri- 
weekly. L. Dc Lap, poslruaater. 

JJradt Win L, carpenter. 

Hull & Son. carpenters. 

Ilie Iai\» Lo«ison, Grocer. 

Dodge Ciiarles, constable. 

Ilarris, Stubbs Jt West, cheese mnfrs. 

Jones Uev W lo'Eaptist). 

Eii>.iiiicr Ilejiry, Hotel. 

Morey I. ina.--on. 

Williams C -M, general store. 

Williams F.dward, rarprntcr. 

William,s T F, justice and nal estate. 

Woodford Walter, blacksmith. 

EAST FARMINGTOrg'. A villagf; 
in I'olk county, 5 milts "^outh of O.-cci'l i 
ilills, the counly scat and ne?irest railmad 
station. Blink at New Kiclimond. Pop- 
ulation, '350. Mail, daily. John J. Koch 
postmaster. 

Abbetsmeier Re.' Carl (Lutheran). 
Behling Walter A, harncs.^niaker. 
lieyl Aligiist, steamboat agl and justice. 
Erhorn Joh... cheese mcfr. 
Keller Kev C (Catholic). 



Kueli Bros, Genera! Score and Cat 

Mnfrs. 
Koch £ W, saloon. 
Krenz Herman, book and news agent. 
Krumrey Edward, tailor. 
Madden Ji.hn H, barber. 
Maxwell E It, book and news ncent. 
SJillcr J5r«.-i, Hrick :Mnfis. 
iNeuman A, feed mill. 
Peters Charles, carpenter. 
Schmidt Augu.st, meats and live stock 
Schwan Mai tin. shoemaker. 
Schwartz Carl, blacksmith. 
Siggelkow Herman, carpenter. 
Ttske Fred, stone mason. 
Zorn Emil, stone ma-son. 
Zorn John, stone mason. 




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EAST LINCOLN. On the M., .St. 
P. it S. Ste. .M. Ky, in '.Polk c..unty. C:J 
miles east of Osceula Miil,<;, the county 
seat. New Kichm.ond is the nearest bank- 
ing point. Population, 1.50. Mail, daily. 
Luther De Golier, postmaster. 

I>e CiJolier I^iillicr, Grocer. 
Seekins Pros, meals and liay. 

EAST MADISON. A station on 
the C. M ..t Si. I'. Uy. in Dane county, i 
mile northeast of Madison, the judicial 
seat. 

EASTMAN. A village in Crawford 
count}-, 14 miles northeast of Prairie du 
C'liien, the county seal, u.sual ship]iinij 
atid banking point. Po]nilation, '-0O. 
Mail, tri-weekly, J. F. Pier, pustmastcr. 

A.strander John. Carjienter. 
Hurque llubert, blacksmith. 
ChfiTier Bros, black.smiths. 
Fisliers .James, justice. 
Keral Alb?rt, mason. 
KohoiierJo.=eph. saloon. 
JIartan Wm, blacksmith. 
Pier J 1', General Store. 
Pokorney ,Iohu, grocer. 
Speck (.' II, .'■ahum . 
Wallcn Thomas, li.iur mill. 
Winegar L H, Hour mill. 

Palace and Dinin.o- Cars 

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Rtfrigerators. 



THE r.nODE«SER JlXFfi CO., Manufacturers of MEAT REFRIOEEATORS. 
Ifjoiuiijiij. MIMT KOtKEUS. ELEVATOItS of nil kinds, PUMPS, BKK^VEKY JI.UIIISEKY, 
ISUINO JACKS, HOISTING MiClU.VKIiY, Etc. 612.ol4 COSCiiEnct STIIF.ET, JilLnACKEE, WiS. 



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EAST MIDDLETON. A r"5tofiice 
.:, Diiie couuty, 8 iiiiks west of Maaison, 
■: ,1 ciiucty seat, anil 2\ south of Middle- 
: !i, the nearest railroad station. JIadison 
.> ihe nearest banking point. Population, 
■I ■). Mail, tri-wecldy. 

llnfmann F L, grocer. 



EASTON. On AVhite creek, in 
A !ams county, 10 miles iouth of Friend- 
•;.ip, the judicial scat, and 18 from Kil- 
liourn City, the usual bankina; and ship- 
pin? point. Population, !J0. 3Iail, semi- 
weekly. J. A. Henry, postmaster. 

':'-'.dy W A, blacksmith. 
'.' Illy AV D, carpenter. 
Ilc'iiry J! A, Gontial Store. 
'.,'i.;ton John, grist mill. 



EAST PEPIN. A postoffice on Rock 
r'-'.k, in Pepiu county, 22 miles east of 
.\rkansaw, the county scat, and from 
'I 'iidovi, the nearest banking and ehip- 
pui point. Stage daily to Mondovi. 
r-pulation, 100. Mail, "daily. Alfred 
l';y. postmaster. 

' ' "pe Charles, justice. 
«>iiy Ain-od, Justice, 
■^lurnian Henry, sorghum mnfr. 
Ij'ick Creek Cheese Factory. 
H'er.-cheibe Andrew, mason. 



EAST TROY. A villace in East 

iT'iy township, V.'ahvorlh county, 12 
• Its northeast of Elkhorn, the county 
■ ;'I, and 4 cast of Troy C-enlre, Uie neaf- 
'-'■ railroad .station. Eikhoru and Eurlmg- 
'•'" are the nearest banking points. Stai,'es 

•■'■ly to Muliwanago, Troy and Troy Cen- 
'"•• Population, ",500. Jlad, daily. P. 

• Criste, iiostmasler. 
-.yi-^lin Henry H, general store. 
I ■••ey .Jonafliau, grocer, 
i .>ycr J C, harness. 
];■ "lis Mrs M, carpet weaver. 

--(■h Frederick If, tailor. 
?'laiuliiird Caicb S, ,\piarist. 
.•■■liiulniiiirr Louis D, tailor. 
i.r..wnleu Itichard, 11. .ur mill. 
•;'.^enavista House, .1 F ,Jude propr. 

.:'"wripht S, physician. 

.i-ftia Jobn P. hardware. 
J^ '|u; m Miss Sa-ah, dressmaker. 

■nhlln it Dickinson, painters. 
.'"■;^ Aiiani'C, harness. 
Ill' 'i'"'' ""^^ "^ r-utheran) 
. "•kcnnaii flarry. Planing }ilill. 
:.:l:J_|^ House, H " Uogers propr. 

10, 12 



Eberts Ferdinand, mason. 

Field Stephen F, apiari=t. 

Gilbert H D S: Co, furniture. 

Gleason David, tailor. 

Graves Simeon K, photographer. 

(Srisle I* O, Drugs and .'M.aioncry. 

llabernicht Eudolph, grocer. 

Harris J, cheese mnfr. 

Hayner Eev A J (Congregational). 

Healey Bros, grocers. 

Hiiliard Charles 31. carpenter. 

Jude James F, propr Euenaviata House. 

Keats Wm G, town clerk. 

Kessler liev ^\' U ^Ctttholic). 

Kuhl Charles, mason. 

Slarliu Daniel, live stock. 

Meehan James, cariiatre painter. 

iTScehai! Mrs. J, .Milliner. 

Monaghau James, blacksmith. 

jMouaghan & Tramor, saloon. 

Morrisey ]Mary, drc-^maker. 

Potter K'jv Thomas (.Methodist). 

Rector D W, physician. 

Piigas James, barber. 

Rogers Harold 11, propr East Troy House 

and livery. 
Rogers O H, grocer, 
i^chaub Adam, live stock. 
Scott D C, physician. 
Smith Cbarlis A, Hour mill. 
Smitli C \V Ac <.'<>, General Store. 
Slebbics Alva, dentist. 
Trainor .^Ir3 Nora F, dressmaker. 
Tiiellar Sidney E, justice. 
Wilttnbaeker Eruest, shoemaker. 



EAST WRIGHTSTOWN. In 

Blown county, I.O miles soulhwest of 
Green Bay,, the county seat. 2 from Green- 
leaf, the nearest railroad station, and 1(» 
south of DePere, the nearest banking 
point. Population, ."50. JIail, Iti-weckly. 
N. G. Grant, po:.tmasti;r. 

Dyer J(>hn, blacksmith. 
Grant N G, eggs. 



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EATON. In Manitowoc county, 14 
miles southwest of Manitowoc, the county 
seat and nearest banking point, ami 7 from 
Cato. the nearest shipping point. Popula- 
tion, oO. Mail, Iri-weekly. E. Anderson, 
postmaster. 

Aiider.soii F, Jeweler, 
Boelhler Charle.s, hotel. 

EAU CIjAIRE. Is a nourishing city . 
beautifully located on both sides of the 
C'hipprwa and Eau Claire rivers, in the 
central portion of Western Wisconsin. It 

rid I I I'oiirtli St.. FoiKl Uii L;io, V. Is. 

\vr i.> irii) < !JA II ici;ic si:t.s, i»i anos. 






lo ED. ASrHErt7IANN A: CO. if you \vri,;t 
GAR> iindiT I'orii 0«"N N A.^1 K or list A ^ ii. 

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fZAU 



is the seat uf justice of the county bcariug 
the same Dame, and is 321 luil-js northwest 
of Chicago anii S4 east of St. Paul. 
Its name is of French derivation and siirui- 
fiea " Clear Water." The main portion of 
the city is about 31 feet above low water 
marlc of the Chippewa river, the latter is 
180 feet above Lake Micliijan. which in 
turn is .589 feet ab'ive the sea, making the 
situation of the city 700 feet above the 
level of the ocean. Its area is lOJ tquare 
miles. The soil is a sandy lo.im and is 
formed for the most part of di.'siuteerated 
potsdam sandstone, with veiretable mold in 
its composition. It is, as staled in an Am- 
erican supplement to Chambers' Encyclo- 
pedia, the center of traffic for a radius of 
75 miles. The C , St. P., M. & O. liv, 
the C, L. M. & St. P. Hy, and the Wis- 
consin Central line, which is now a part of 
the Northern Pacific system, all having 
branches extending in varif us directions, 
including those of the pine, hardwood and 
mineral reirious of the North, afford traus- 
portational facilities possessed by but few 
cities. The chief water power is supplied by 
the dam across the Chippewa river, giving 
eighteen feet head. The d'.rn on the Kau 
Claire river supplies the linen and other 
mills with power. The Eau Claire river 
empties into the Chij^pewa river at thi.s 
point. These river=, spanned by ten 
bridges, are thickly studded with uuiuer- 
ous manufacturini; institutions, con.-ii.'ting 
principally of a dozen large saw mills, c! 
foundries, a pulp and paper mill, a refrig- 
erHtor factory, a sash and door factory, a 
linen mill, a factory for the mauufiicture 
of dj'namos and other electrical appliances, 
a furniture factory which places 1,S00 
suites a month on the market, a brewery, 
grist mill and brick yard. The following 
statistics will convey in most a concise and 
definite form, Information conceruinL^ the 
status of business of Eau Claire during 
the past year: 

A^sHfist^l vp.lr.e of propLTIy fri.T^s r.'ri 

Bondrti <1 ■!..; $3-15 000 

rublie .-^clioo!^ 14 

Atcnit;,- - -.Inrv "f n-.alf t-'aohiTM ?Otl Oil 

AviTa„'. s lUiv cf f.-nKlii- ti':i(.-l)r.-3 $111 .W 

'.. ' - > n I. ■■ml •,•0 year.-i). . i,l:;'J 
• I , - V .hools 



^len eniployed in fouudrie.sand macii 



Att^'Hi 

VftUi.- 



(vatp pchool.-i 

.vai:os per moDth . 



$10:i;o,- 



AoiOUlit uf n.Lri 
MeniMiipIoyt,! i 
Amount of luni' 
Amount "f thiM 
Mfu omplorfd i 



wn fe.-t in.'i.Oin.cXiO 

SG.OuO.OOO 

i]p iriills 47 



Operatives enipioyed in sash and door 

factory 

In pulp and paper factory 

lu ref ri.^erator factory 

In furniture factory 

la electric factory 

Inlinenmill 

Amount of paperinadetpoundsi 

Value of liimiier, latti .and shingles 

Value of planing mill works 

Value of f'-'Undrv and machine shops. .. 

Value of sash aiid doors 

Value of ijaper and pulp 

Value of Iiirnirure 

Value of refrigerators 

Value of linen 

Value of electrical appliances 



Eau Claire Brush Electric Company- 
City circuit, ■22 nii!f-s; Commercial circuit. 

15 miles: 7.5 city ligiiti and .'iS private 
lights, 2.000 candle power; tj men, wages 
.$4,000. 

Eau Claire Electric Light and Power 
Company — Two men, wages s3,000; o'J 
lights, 2.000 camlie power, 12 miles cir- 
cuit; alternating incandescent lights, 1,020; 
10 candle power licrhts, 10 miles circuit. 

Citizeus'Eiei^tric Company — Allernatitiq 
incandescent lights, OUG; 10 candle power, 

16 miles circuit. 

Eau Claire Street Railway Company- 
Four and ore-half miles traci<. lo cars, 
operated by electricity. 

Water Works Company — Four mt:i. 
wages ^3,200; 2.3 miles pipe and UJo 
hydrants. 

Telephone Exchane:e — Five employee 
wages .s2,400; 22') miles of line and '-.yj 
subscribers. 

Gas Company — Ten employes, wages 
§0 UOO; 12 miles of mains. 

Total earnings of railroads, $700,000. 

Six cemeteries, 2 owned by the cily and 
four by various religious bodies; an opera 
hou.'-.c costing ;sOO,000, with a seatiu^' 
capacity of 1,000. Eau Claire is said tJ 
be the largest lumber manui'icturi:!-' 
center in the world. It manufacture - 
annuallv 300 Olio. 000 feet of lumber, t!;c 
bulk of which is llouted down In rafi> 
from the mills to Chippewa river to point- 
on the Jlissijsippi river. It has 25 miles 
of water mains, 3 electric lii'ht compauie-. 
electric fire alarm syatem. 3 !ir=t<.'l ass hott.^l. 
3 public parks, a sewasre system, paveo 
streets, numerous beautiful churches, an'', 
excellent schools, a tine hospital under tli- 
care of the Sisters of Mercy which has ji!-' 
been compklei!, free [lublic library, a li-''-' 
exposition tmilding and race track, pleu'y 
of water power which can bo had on !:'• 
vorable terms. It has telephone connec- 



Notth Star Ironworks. ) rapacity, .-,001.;.ni!»-K.n;lnp 
PAIilMI JU.MKACHKINi; 10. . 'Ml" rl-liN. Va.i ^1 ill »1iii liii 
ftshiand, - - Wisconsin. ) Spe.jd tnL;ine». Itoilers, I'oiit 



, Machinists, Founders. IJnllcriiiakpr-- 
.. Iliniii? Harlilnery, (Mrll-* r.i..l H' " 
ransmiltiuB 3iacliinery,rt<:. Seip. o 



Tur 



iisii Bsflis 



lanhle Tor restorin:r anil 
ri'lievirii; Internal Coast 
; Dlood. The Bnths st J 



nniiituiniii? a healthy action of the 

(tliins, ( oiil^, lial::ria, ami li.r Puri. 
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tioDSvritli ftUsurrniuidint; towus. A notrd 
churacleristic of this cliinate is its ciiy, 
nure sUmospUcrc, which for lii-iltlifuhie.-s 
13 unesctlled, sind is especially favorable 
to those affected with cousumption and 
other pulmonary troubles. Tlie soil is 
porous, and the street griules are good but 
r.ot precipitous, which t;ives tlie city uu- 
surpsssed natural drainage. There is an 
abundant supply of line water. Popu- 
lation, according to IT. S. census in 1>^80, 
was 10,118; according to U. S. census iu 
1S90, 17,401. Tlie city of Altoooa, a 
mile and a half from the western limits of 
the city, has a popidation of 7!i9, and the 
suburban villages of Forterville and JJad- 
gcr's Mills a poptilalioti of 7.j0, making a 
total of 19,000. 'Die free carrier system is 
In vogue. The Chippewa river is tlie 
second largest river in the State, and its 
great valley, with its numerons streams, 
proffers an inexhaustilile and readily ac- 
cessible supply of all kinds of hardwood 
timber for manufacturing puriioscs. There 
are the difTerciit varieties of maple, oak, 
birch, elm, hemlock and bass, all iu bound- 
less quantities. Freight rates on manufac- 
tured articles are as favorable as those of 
any cit3- in the Northwest, not excepting 
St. Paul or C.'hicago. The advanliigeoiis 
natural location of \^Mi Claire, its favor- 
Tible condition from a sanitary, social and 
commercial point of view render it .singu- 
larly adapted for tlic investment of capi- 
tal for manufacturing entcrpri.-ies. Tlie 
city makes steady progress every year, 
and within the la.st few years tliere lias 
been built the .McDonoiigh IMaiiufac- 
luring Company's fijiindry the Kau 
Claire Sash and Door Company's 
factory, the Pioneer Furniture Com- 
pany's factory, the Eau Claire linen 
mill, the Eau Claire l!efrit;erator Com- 
pany's factory, the National Ii:iectric .Man- 
ufacturing Company's factory, all insliiu- 
lions founded on a solid basis and paying 
large returns njion the investment. The 
<^ily has more capital invested in manufac- 
turing and ships more freight by rad aud 
"ater tliaii juy other city iu the state 
*Sf( pt ;Mil5\-c,iiUcc. Lilieral inducements 
■"^'ill be made for the locution of mauutac- 
tutliig enterprises. Tliose desiring furlber 
PWticuIars are requested to correspond 
with H. C. Putnam, President of the Eau 
Claire Ctimmcrc.ial Syndicate atid Presi- 
<l-nt of Ihe Chippewa Vallev Hank. Tel.. 
^' . P. Exp, Am. aud Noitbeiii PacilicT 
>>■ W. Winterbotham, postmaster. 



Aanstad Ole O, grocer, .jlG Water. 
Abercroml;ie John, news, 207 S Barstow. 
Acme ]\Iilling Co, Ira Westcolt pres, jNIil- 

ford E Britten sec, '241 Water. 
Adler Frank, saloon, il'i Ikllitiger. 
^l::tn:i iSiiiltiiisu «V S..»:iii .\«sOfia- 

tion (Authorized Capital. s.j.uOO.OUO). 

Dr Cliarles Alexander Pres, 1 heoilore N 

Porr Sec, Allen Burditl Treas, J F Ellis 

Attorney, Ofiice Opera House iilock. 

(Rxado. 1)273.) 
Alber Charles, clothing, 218 S B.irstow. 
Alderman Cliarles A, county surveyor. 
Alexander Charles, pliyslcian. Soil Lake. 
Allen Edward W, jManos, 102 Kelsey. 
ASkki IVSiiliii? €o, E L Pond Agent, 

20:i N Dewey. 
American Bible Society Pli'posilory, E II 

Piayter agent, 115 Bridge. 
American House, Ferdinand Droegc mngr, 

401 N Barstow. 
Ames Edvin L, dentist, 112 Kelsey'. 
Andersen Bros (Hans and Anton), proprs 

Scandinavi.an Hotel, ."i02 Galloway. 
Anderson A; Co (Nils G Anderson, John 

Carlslrom), meals, ."ill Franklin. 
Andrews II Nelson, saloon, 20.") S Barstow. 
.Vrirar.l Martin .1, whol Hour, 442 Water. 
Ash Mrs .Ma:.':gie. dressmaker, 1:32 S River. 
Aslibough Henry C, propr Free Press, ol\) 

S iiiver. 
Aslium David W, phys, yOSV S Barstow. 
.llkiwioii B*cr4'y <J, Sec The Leader 

Co. 200 S Barstow. 
AtUiiisoii Wbh li, Vice-Pres and Treas 

The Leader Co. 200 S Barstow. 
Aubert Frank, saloon, 018 Galloway. 
Atistin i\Irs May. dre3smak<'r, 117 Bridge. 
Avery Thomas VV, sew machs, 421 Water, 
liailey House, G E Gilkey jjropr.oOiJ Water 
Bailey Wm F, lawyer, u20 S Barstow. 
Jjaken it Moe (Thomas P.aken, Thomas .1 

Mor), saloon. 207 Madi.son. 
Ball:ir<! 8'i ."i , Drugs. Medicines, Fancy 

Gonds, Surgical Inslnunents, Phy-,i- 

cinns Outtits', Etc, 110 Ivelspv. 
ElasiU of I^au <:lairi" 'B'hc (Caiutal, 

.*;'.0.000 ; Surplus .$.oO,000), W A Ku-t 

Pres, 11 H Hayden Vice Pres, C W 

Lockwook Cash, J T Joyce .Vsst Cash, 

:U3 S B.arstow. 
I3ar Uev Carl A (Lutheran), 1213 Ist ave. 
liarker Charles, livery, 
Barland (5eon;e C. grocer, 110 Bridge. 
Barland ilev Thfunas (Presbyterian). 
Barnes Charles F, coufr, 122 S Barstow. 
Barnes Horace J. grocer, 417 Water. 
Birtletl ivlward .M, municipal judge. 313i 

S Barstow, 
Barlleit \Vm P. lawyer, 4I0i S Barstow. 



Ckap, I,]ifeao[;ee fi St, Paul e?,rr:;rSes! aod Mkiid 



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Beecher Merriu S, grocer, 409 'W .iter. 
Bebnke Mrs Mary, Ijaker, 317 X Barstow. 
Deisiing Mrs Ji'lio, cigar mnfr, G21 >\ Bar- 
stow. 
Bclcbcr Wra S, barber, -419 Franklin. 
Buiisen ifc Johu-Sfin iCbris Bensen. Frank 

Jobnson,!, proprs Union Hotel, 652 JIaJi- 

son. 
Siiu'.cr Abrani, Liver)', Feed and S.ile 

ytablfc, 60-' S Hiver. {&e adc. p ?SL ) 
i^iiidcr ^SoUory, Pronr Binder House, 

710 S Barstow. 
Bjnrkamler &, Olson (Gustav Bjcrkander, 

Oiaf Olt(jn). Ebccmakers, 41.') Franklin. 
Blackwell Frederick, bookbinder, Music 

Hall blk. 
Blai<^ilell Andrew, confectioner, 207 Price. 
ISEsni'-ieiii EJros (Louis and Sol), Junk 

Hcaltrs. 115 P.audail. 
Block Luiil F, tailor, 209 N Barstow. 
Board of Education, C K Gleason see, 310 

Kelsey. ' 

Boberg Otto, druses, 312 X Bnrstow. 
Bock Gust, liarber, 005 S Barstow. 
Bodinc George ^V, painter, Jliin and Far- 
well. 
Bot'bm ]'ev F J fC'albolin, 410 Putnam av. 
Bobn Christian, saloon, 411 B'liinger. 
Bonell Bro.s (James and ^Vm,^ wagon 

mufis, C07 S Darstow. 
Bonell Frederick, photographer, 202^ S 

Barstow. 
P^oppre Chailes B, blacksmith. 100 Bridge. 
P^'uighl llonici?. hotel, Mtnorainie. 
ESoslwiolt .\rl!uir.5, Blacksmitli and 

Wagon ilnfr, 214 Ilobart. {See ndc, p 

e77J. 
Bostwick Arthur S. register of drrds. 
Bowser & Son (diaries and Henry C), 
» livery, 512 Wiscon-ln. 
I?oyd JIoI'L-rt K, real estate, 204S Barstow. 
Boys Baud, IVtcrsou Hall. 
Brace Letnan A, insurance agent, s w cor 

Farwell and Summill ave. 
Bradford Henry, barber. :.!04 AVater. 
Brager Olaus. restaurant. OOo >,' Barstow. 
Brancel Christian, rest. 12'j X Barstow. 
Brook.M SaniMc 1 (', lupvarf. :;00 .S Bar.^tow. 
tlrow?! {'iiiiiwfllor B.,. .Vrcl i'cct and 

Superintendent, ]!..om Wil.-ou Block. 
Brown iV Joluisuu (Charles K Brown. 

Martin P Johnson), real estate, loO S 

Bartlow. 
Bruhn Kmil F, ciizar niiifr, 510 Galloway. 
Brun/.el JuliU'^, barber, 703 S Barstow. 
Buck George \, fiour, 400 S liiver. 
Buck Norman L, pension agent, ol3j S 

Barsilow. 
Bullard & Potter (Lorenzo Bullarrl, Her- 
bert U Potter), shoes, 111 Kelsey. 



Burkart Emil, propr Central House, .:: 

Galloway. 
Burns Moses W, photogr, 116 Kelsey. 
Burnsen John, propr Wisconsin ilcu; . 

302 Wisconsin, 
Busiell Charles E, civil engineer. 
Cahill :Mattin T, saloon, 247 V,"ater. 
Cain Michael M, s.ilnon, 225 X Barstow. 
Calvert Charles M,deutist,303-- S Barstow 
Campbell Andrew, confr, 310 Bellinger. 
Campbell J P. comu, 407 Galloway. 
Carlson Hardware Co, Christian Cirl- ■■■. 

prcs, ^I J .\rgp.rd uuilt, 442 Water. 
Carlson John, propr Svcu Hotel, 010 W;- 

consin. 
Carpenter Horace, grocer, 110 Bridge. 
Carroll House, John Carroll propr, 31; 

Eau Claire. 
Carrol i John, Propr Frawlev Hou=;, 

311 X p. u'-tow. (.Sv.jrfp. p ^7u.) 
Clirsoi! 1'i'iii, Vice Pres Eau Claire Xa 

tional Bank. 
Cass Drug Co, Josiah E Cass pres, 305 ."^ 

Barstow. 
Casutt Anton, confectr, 321 ^ladisou. 
Central House, Emil Burkart propr, 510 

Galloway. 
Central Lumber Co, John Ure and John 

Ure jr proprs 
CcrUMuliJiii TllOiiliis .A, Liverv a:: 1 

Healer in Heavy Otaft, S.tddic and C ir- 

riagc Horses, cor FarwcU and Gibsou. 

(SiC ridr, opp.) 
Chales Charles, shoemaker, 532 Water. 
Chambers .lames, barber, 504 F'.elling'.T. 
Cliambers Laurence, meats, 53G Water. 
Chappell Addison D, real est, lO'J Kelsey. 
Chappell Charles W, jeweler, 207 Kei.-cy. 
Chappell Concrete Co (Charles W Chap- 
pell, J K Ellis), 207 Keljey. 
Charland Miss Millie A, dressmaker. HC 

Kels.:y. 
Cha^e Ualph H, phys. 307^ S llar^tow. 
I'iiijipowii Valley HSiiiik (Capital. 

sSOimo; .--Surplus. iilo,500), H C Pair.:'.::'. 

I'res. George T Thompson Ca--hier, £ 1> 

I'utnam Asst Ca-^hier. Oo.-j Kelsey. 
C"lii|»j>c\va Vallfj K«ultr Work-i. 

David Ga-,ton Propr, 110 and 112 Madi- 
son. (Ste <iilr. p ■^:9.) 
Christiansen .M &. Son (Martin and Hjal- 

mar), tailors, 421 Price. 
Churchill &, Hammond (Charles W 

Churchill, Eleazor S Hammond), eleva 

tor, 313 Kelsey. 
Citizens' ?:ieetric Co, David Drummond 

pres. H A Formansupt. 31s Gibson. 
Citizeus' Loan and Building A-sn, Charles 

B Swift sec, 113 Kelsey. 
Clements James, livery, 213 River. 



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HeayfDfaughi, Saddle ao[! Fine Caf[iag8 Horses 

FOR SALE ON REASONABLE TERMS. 



LIVELY STABLE Itl GOrJ["^^ECTiOri3. 

First-Class Turnouts. Traveling Men's Trade 
Especially Solicited. 

Corner Farwell and Gibson Sts., opp. Galloway Hold, EAU CLAIRE, WlSCOIiSm. 



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Collil! ^*'ltl ?i. Cafliier Eau Clare Ka- 
tiondl iKiiik. 302 6 U irstow. 

Cole Samuel H, cuustabK', '207 S Baistow. 

■Cole & Brigffs (}Ienry E Cole, Edtjar E 

Griggs), collcclions, 207 S Barstnw. 

College of Commerce, Rudolph O StoU 
prin, 304 N Barstow. 

Coltou James, fire wardeu, citybldg. 

Commercial Bauk (capital, $00,000), .lame3 
tl Allen pres, Frank C Allen cash, 205 N 
Barstow. 

Compo Ephraim, shoemaker, 3:-i4 Water. 

Congdou Fred, liverv, cor 2d avc .and 
Water. 

Coidcy Bros (.lolin and Chaile,'), saloon, 
12S S Barslow. 

Converse Royal W, confectr, 319 S Bar- 
stow. 

•Cook Mrs Cordelia A, miliiuer, 120 S Bar- 
stow. 

Cook Wm P, marlilr, .720 S Barstow. 

Cooify BSoiiii'i' J>, Lawyer, 113 Ke!st:y. 

C!o(in Nelson I), musical insts, 3-42 Water. 

Cooper rMrs Rehecca il, confectr, 203 Mad- 
ison. 

Co-operative Tdercantilc Assn, .John Mc- 
Inuis pres, Henry Selover sec, grocers, 
205 Price. 

Couture Alfred, saliion, 202 Water. 

Couture Alphonsc, saloon. Hii \V'aler. 

-Couture Jolin, saloon, 211 Water. 

Couture Joseph, saloon, s42 Water. 

Cox Mrs Lora A. bleacher, 710 1st avc. 
■Co.xcn Charles II, painter, 312 .Alain. 

Crabbe & Peterson (David V Crabbo, 
Even Peterson), furniture. 300 Ivelscy. 

Craft Mrs E A, dressmaker. 220 4lh avc. 

Cramer Pt ter. saloon, J'J.'i River. 

Cromwell rtanford, agt Am E.\p Co, 501 S 
Baistow. 

C'llll>crl»oii .Il:iiiie<> 15, Atloineyal- 
Law, Loans and Real E^tnle.ll;l liiiilge. 

Culver Mrs Eliza 'I", notions, Air, Water. 

Culver Joseph (;, real est, 313} S Bnrstow. 

Culver it Ellison (Knos S C'nlver, A Fow- 
ler Ellison), shoes, 30G S Barstow. 

■Cutler IliramC, phvsician. 312 N Barstow. 

Cutter Addison A, shoes, 301 S Barstoxv. 

Cypreanseu A Soley 'Gilbert Ovpreansen. 
Martin O yoley), "meats. 410 N Barstow. 

Dabl Christian A, ins, IIM S Barstow 

Daly & Cofgrovc (James C I'aly, Michael 
Cosgrnve). saloon, SIO lIoi)art. 

Daniels Geor;.'c If, saloon, cldef lire dept. 

I>il\'j>^ ^■;o«ry;c S, Vice Pres The Wis- 
consin RefriL'irator Co. 

DavisJIenry 1). K.L'ger, 12IS S Farwell. 

Davis A: Stair Lumber Co (capital, •'1250.- 
000). Wm J .Siarr pres, George y Davis 
sec, 320 S Barstow. 



^>iiy !>ivitj!il W, Physician, 305i ai: : 

3074 ti Barstow. 
Day, Lyman Sc Pinkerton (Henry L P;i',-, 

J V R Lyman, W T Pinkerton), pbv;; 

cians, 114 Kelsey. 
Dells Lumber Co, George W Jlason pn ^ 

Fred B Dubach sec, west end Madis.ij 

Street bridge. 
Dells Water i'ower Co, James Mclnlire 

pres, C R Gleason sec. 312 Kelsey. 
Deraarest J Burnett, as,-t postmaster. 
Dcramler Olto R, florist, 435 Jefferson. 
Derge J & Bro (Julius and Ferdinand;, 

cigar mufrs, 124 S Barstow. 
Derouki Jo.seph, saloon, S3^ Water. 
Devine Abe, saloon, 202 Kelsey. 
Devino James, saloon, 102 Price. 
Dovitt Terence, justice, 3bs Water. 
SJcwt'y t; A, Steam Laundry, 202 Gray. 

(Stv ioId, p CSS.) 
Dickersou John, broom mnfr, 220 5th ave. 
Dickson ,lohn, grocer, 420 Bellinger. 
Doherty James, saloon, 232 Water. 
Doolittic Leion A, lawyer, 313 S Barfto-?r. 
Doolittle Pi Edsou, lawyer, 310 S Barstow. 
Douaherty Daniel, saloon, w end Bridge. 
Dowllug Thomas F, s:doon,30n S Barsluw. 
Doyle & Brady (.lohn Doyle, Michael 

Bradj), blacksmiths, 237 Water. 
Drabaut Ausust. grocer, 1120 Menominee. 
Droege Feiilinand, nincr Ameiic:in lluu-e. 

401 X Barslow. 
Drumu'iond Bios (David, J(din and Dnn- 

can J), packers, 411 Giillowav. 
Ducker Mrs .[ C. dressmaker, 040 4th ave. 
Ducommun Julius, jeweler, 120 S Bars- 
tow. 
Dugannc Mrs Chira G, cilerer. 2IM 4th av. 
Duncan GeoiL'i; F, jeweler. 100 Kelsiv. 
Dunn Rev A B C (Cutliolici. 
i;:i;.jlo Iron ^^'ork-i, N Shaw it Co 

Pioprs, Sh.awtowu. 
lOastein Alaska Mining and .Milliuu Co. -1 

T Heath pres, L QOlcolt sec. lO'J Kei^ 

sey. 
Knii <"lair«' E*«»<»k jiikI Sljiliosiery 

Co. (4 C Witlieibv Pres and Treas. II !i 

Walmsley Sec, 310 S Barstow. (Ac "<-!~. 

Eau Claire Brush Electric Co, H H Har- 
den prea, A A Formau supt, 318 Gib- 
son. 

Eau Claire Business College, L Shaver pnn. 
2113 Kelsey. 

Eau Claire Cornet Band, John Hanck Idr. 
414 S River. 

Eau Claire Free Librarv, Miss Jessie !• 
lloyt librarian, Postolliee bidg. 

Eau Claire Fre-h Fish Co, A L Anderson 
ningr, 20S Gilison. 



Electric Light fiFsd Llotor Plant 

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Has constautly on band for s^ale a large numljer of the choicest bred Per- 
chcrons from sucklings up to tive vears of a^. Also choice vanety of 
voung trotting bred Colt3 and Fillies. Breedius Farm located at Truax bwitch, 
fnur miles "West of Fan Claire. 







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iJtcide, 4560. Address all communications to 

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Eiiu Claire Fijriii'.iire Co, (J J Len- 
mark Prus, O O Aanst^d Vire-Pres, 
Andrew SteusaassSec, Jacob Amuudson 
Treas, Csirpets, Furniture and Wall 
Paper, Undertakers and Einbalmers, 112 
and 114 Bridge. (.S>: "dc, p ;S3 ) 

Eau Claire Gas Co, Michael GrilUn pres, 
David Druaimond sec, 409 Galloway. 

Eau Clairt Grocer Co, B A Buffiiigton 
prcs, John Huuner sec, 417 Galloway. 

E>;i(i Claire House, Parkinson & .Mc- 
Gillis Proprs, s e cor Barstow and Eau 
Claire. (See ado. opp.) 

Eau Claire Ice Co, J J Kelley propr, 
BridLje and Union. 

Eau Claire Lineu Co, IT C Putnam prcs, 
J H Keyes sec, e end Eau Claire. 

Eau Claire Lumber Co, Joseph G Thorp 
pres, \Vm A Bust sec, cor Eau Claire 
and Dewev. 

Eau Claire Mill Supply Co, Ilirara P Gra- 
ham pres, Conway B Daniels sec, Sus S 
Barstow. 

Kail Claire TValioiia! ^$»iil( (Capi- 
tal, .'JIOO.OCO; Surplus, sl.5,000i, <) H 
Ingrain Prcs, Wm Carson Vice-Pres, 
Wm K Coffln Cash, C A Slouch A^st 
Cash, 302 S Barstow. (Sec ad'\ p ^73.) 

Eau Claire A'ews, Eau Claire >;uwa Co 
publr.s, 30S S Iliver. 

ICau Claire >;ews (,'o (Fred W A and M A 
Pauly), publrs Eau Claire News, 303 S 
River. 

Eau Ciaire Opera House, J E Cass rangr, 
400 S Barstow. 

Eau Claire Pulp and P!i]ier Co, fl H Hay- 
den pres, S 11 Wilco.x sec. c s Cliipnrwa 
river near C, SI P. M A: (> H B tiri.lire. 

Eau Claire UoUcr .Mill Co, D P Simons 
pres, M S Stein sec, flour mill, Shaw- 
town. 

E.iu Claire Sash and Door Co, J S Owen 
pres, Gcorcje Merrill sec, ■- mile e nf 
Union DejHit. 

Eau Claire Savings, Loan an(i Buildintr 
Assn, Jlilo B Wyraau sec, iJOl S Bar- 
stow. 

EaiiClairc Slreel Railway, lAaiit 
Hhd Power Co, Weston Lewis I'res. .V F 
Gerald Vice-Pres and fien .Mni;r. W G 
Ma.\cy Treas, L N Clausen Sec. S 1 
ilulchinsou Asst Jlngr, II B Kowell 
Supt, 318 Gibson. 

Eau Claire Water Works Co, O 11 Liaram 
pres. C A Sharp sec, 302 S Barst<iw. 

Eau Ctaire and Chippewa Kall^ Ilcrold, 
Joseph Weiss & Co publrs, Dewey near 
Bridce. 

Elberl Daniel L, printer, 201 S I$arstow. 



Elbert Mrs Malina A, miUiner, 311 S Bar- 
slow. 
EIIeEi<40ii Ehscjic J, Mnj:r C & J 

Michel Brewiup: Co, n w cor Fulton and 

.5th ave. (See adv, p ^21.) 
E'lis John F, civil euijnr, 210 S Barslow. 
El!i<* Sasuuel, Livery, cor Eau Claire 

and Biver. 
Ellis .fc Allen (J F Ellis, Charles L Allenl, 

lawyers, 10-i Kelsev. 
Ellis & Tuskcn (Pitt's B Ellis, Frank II 

Tusken), flour, 705 S Barstow. 
Empire Lumber Co (cai)ital, .■?'-0O,000), 

II lucrara pres, Charles llortoa sec, 

Menominee. 
Erikson Cliarles, saloon, 421 Wisconsin. 
Erity 3Irs Ilaltie A, dressmaker, -jU Gal- 
loway. 
Evans Mrs Binuie, laundrv, 312 S Far- 
well. 
Eveniu^^ Free Piess.ll C Ashbau^h propr, 

aiO S Biver. 
Faast Albert J, shoemkr, .'ilO S Barstow. 
Faasl Mrs Frances, confectioner, 318 Eau 

(.'laire. 
Falk, Jun<r &. Borchert Brewing Co, 

Charles llerziger agl, cor Ilobart and 

Galloway. 
Falsi ad (Jle A, meats, cor Main and Tal- 

mad,;c. 
Farr Brm (t^iank H and J Fred), drugs, 

201 X Barstow. 
Farr Edv.-in .1, physician, 113 Bridire. 
Earwell Blouse, J JI Forbes Propr, 

310 S Farwell. 
Felire (Conrad, cigar mufr, cor Gray and 

Talmailge. 
Fcrber ilichard, music teacher, 414 Wis- 
consin. 
Ferry John G. jeweler, 207 S Barstow. 
Fintrer Kev F C (Lutheran). 
Finnessy Thomas, grocer, 1C2 Ferry. 
Fish E M .t Co\Ernest il Fish, Ferd 

Folsom, Ole Arnslad), contractors, 40'? 

S River. 
Flanau.an Valentine, rest, 414 Water. 
FlemiuL' Bros ijohn H. Thoiuas II and 

Edward K), jewelers, 220 S Barstow. 
Fleu\ini; Mrs Catharine, boarding house, 

420 Galloway. 
Fleming Johu H, sheulT. 
Fletche'r Albert F, phys, 420 Chippewa, 
Fletclier Asa, livery. cor ,"jlh av and Water. 
Eorhes .f ereiiiiali iVJ, Propr Farwell 

House, 310 S Farw-ell. 
Fort Mr.s D II, dressmaker, 2112 Gibson. 
Towler ^liaiiiuel L, Grocer, lo; S 

Barstow. 
Fowler A. Klieinhardt's Orclieslra, Josiah 

Fowler mngr. 



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First-Class Sample PiOoms. 



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1= YOU iniKNT 7K 

Buy tli8 BEST, It is Economy, 

The "WJS^OXSIX B'lvSCDtLKSS". 
1^ tlic most perfect cvi^r made. Walls liUeil 
^"■itli Mineral I'ibrc, the most perfect non- 
'• nituctor Uiiowii, and .so psickcd thnt it 
^•■'i:! never ehnke down or sieve Ibrout;!! 
like charcoal. Pulented Clciiiialde Flue 
^^liicli keeps the Refrigerator foi ever sweet. 
^ <''Mistiinl Circulation of I'liro, Cold, 
"r.v Air guariiiiteeJ. Gives tlie lowest 
I'liiperatiire with the Smallest Coiisnuii)- 
""II of Ice. Made in Oak, Asli or Bircli, 
~:i ! handsomoly linished. All sizes earried 
•': "itoek. Hefrigerators for the llotiseliohl, 
"olel, Grocer or i;..tclicr. 
' ••' C'!itulo.;ue and prices, address 

The Wisconsin Refrigsraior Co., 

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Fox .J^n P. plr.mber, lOJ Bridge. 

Fox It'lcliioi', saloon and iitstaurant, 

111 " Baihtow. (Set: ad-, p iSl.) 
Franz, ugust. saloon, 41'J : Baritow. 
rraAtcy Ilou»e, John Carroil Propr, 

311 Ddrsto'.v. (S:e 'i !v.\opp.^ 
Frawi' MicLael S, prin h\/ii sciiool, CjO 

Wisiasio. 
Frawlf Wm 11 district attorncT. 
FrnMcy &: :»Iiiior (Wm IlFrawley, 

Fre.iick .M Miser;, Lawyers, 131 a 

Bart .V. 
Frcclericsoa Aa'lrew, erocer, 327 Bel- 
ling-. 
Free i-s Anua E.drcfsmiir. iiS Niagara. 
Frc;ncU:tlniuiid C. di.-iiU.>l.'.219 .< Birstow. 
fVizxc.Mi.-s K 1 1:1. uotiiris;, G'.iO \\'aler. 
Fiirtey j1;i!, -aloon. 110 Ki-^c-v. 
Gallntir John M. s-iionn. 7 !0 \Iadi3oii. 
Gaircs-ay House, W'iiile BroiProprs. 

Fred Wljilf yLWzr, cor Farwell aud 

Gibs:. 
Galiuv./ it Tolles (Wm K Galloway, De 

Will Tol'itS), iu.^urance, o"2 S B.iritow. 
Galvin itricl;,w:;gonrakr, ;^i-' Cnippcwa. 
Ganske dnard Jj.'luilor, 121 :< !3iriiow. 
Gardu( Kobort V, contractor. '.yC} ?»oav..-r. 
Gnrdnc Mrs Saruu E, dresiiu^ker, oi)'j 

Senvi. 
Oiiklo I»avUI, Pronr CLIppcwa Val- 

kv l;.c-r W..rks, IIU and 112 M.,disou. 

Gallhci Jen?, jeweler. U'j AValer. 
Ganlbitt^imoD, propr Uliawa House, C02 

Wale 
Oclcii) (.'. .salo.Ki, ;>i)2 X Burst'.w. 
CJfrnl A r, VirePr--.- aud GonI Mnjr 
Khu liiite Street Knilwav. Li-'ht and 
Pi.wei'o, 318 Gilwuu. 
Gessner ii.stav. ouunly trc^.-urer. 
Oiaver ?ts Curl G, imi.'ic !■■ n-hcr. 
Gib.Jijn 'i.b:il-i B, dver. 7'JM 1-r .ivi;. 
Gilbert Is (I U-^h's G and < 'rl >i. dyers 

101 N ;r.-to-.v. 
GilUey C.iige K. propr B liley House, 303 

Water 
Girnaii . D.ibrrniii d'eler Giraaii. Albert 
W l>i 'inani. \vai.'i)ii ntnfr.<, 1 1-^ :? Kivcr. 
Goetbel if.^ i.Mliert P an.l Cljarlo F), 

meat.-.. t'J Bridj','. 
Good-ell fv He'iry i'Met!iodist). 
Goodwii. .Irs Kllen 1', dressmaker. 405 

Water 
Goodwill icub H. painter, 222 4tli ave. 
Goodwin rs .1 H. dressmkr, 222 4i1j ave. 
Goi:«>!4 J>liii f, Lawyer, i:j3s Cirstow. 

(•S-,- (1-; ,. iSl ) 
Oorl Con I saloon. ,5U G illoway. 
Gorl J..li ^ doou. 123 N Bar.Mow" 
Go.^peder .lin, .caloon. Sll Germania. 



Goyce Pierce, flour. 214 S RivL-r. 
Graham Fraal: L. black-miu. 765 !-■ --t- 
Gracd L'ai.m Tea Co. Xile E Abel ml — 

112Kfclsey. 
Grauer Hey O C (CoDeregationaii. 
Gray Wm, mason. 447 Bridire. 
Gredig Joshua. confecUoafcr, w eui ili.Ji- 

son Street bridge. 
Greene Miss Alice M. music teacher, 9:.3 

olU ave. 
Greene JIIss Sophia E, hat bleacher, 7i,.'5 S 

Barstow. 
Grejf.ire Fr.-ink. blacksmith. 210 S Bivr 
GrWIlri ^3i<-lmel, Attorney-atLaw, Op 

era House Bock. 
Groundwater John, tailor. .'542 Water. 
Gu'braa?eti licv .M i Lutheran i. 
Gunniim .Mi;.-ei Lizi cc Mmv, dres-a-r; 

100 Bandail. 
Flaiieu (;i:ar.e?. .saloon. 32!) N Diwey 
Hainer K-.-y W X (V.etli.-dist). 
Halvor.-on it Syver.^on (Albert Halvors;.-. 
Edward Syverson). grocers. 42? N 
Barstov.'. 
Hamley Wm. harne.'^s, 244 Water. 
Hammer .lacol'. shoemaker. 3Ji.i .^ladison. 
Uarnmoiid Archelaiis S. shootiu;^- i:a,;e:v. 

s end Bar^tow Mrcet bridi;e 
Hankc C F. chairiuau board of CjUDty 

supervisors. 
Haiiek J'.hn. tailor. 122 S E irstow. 
Hanson Ever, boarding lioiise. 413 M-il- 

son. 
Hanson Hans, barbc-r, 203 N" Bar-tow. 
Han^o^ Hans C. Lrrocer. 323 X B.r-- )w. 
Hanson Herman, saloon. 43*5 WatT. 
Han-..n Martin H. barber. 41(5 W.,-or. 
Han.-^i.n A: ()l.-on (Pet.r Hanson. M ir:;n G 

Olson), groixrs. 412 Water. 
Harlow Di-Witl C. millwright, Gi)' Xinjira. 
Harnii.-,.n I-:ihc. bitttr.< mnfr. yjO W.iter. 
Hinii.s .Mrs Bosa. In.ardinL' iise. 32S Wat-.r. 
Harrijan Tiia.,>lliy A, co.il, s v.- c : Far- 

wi-ll and Ei'i t;;aire. 
Harriiu't'iii Miss Loretta, music teaciier. 

310 IV.ity. 

Hart Hoiisc. Peter H-irt propr. c .r Eiu 

Claire and Farwell. 
ILtrt it Larson iGcorcc Hart. Charles Lir- 

son), tailors. yo7 Gib-on. 
Harvev .T iinc; X. palternmkr 212 -"/.h ay. 
Ilay<l(ii A: rraulcy (Henry H U^v- 

deu, Tiiomas F Fr.iwley), LawVers. -i.' 

6 Bar-tow. 
Hayes Edward S. phy?. 2!9 S Barstow. 
ILiyes .James. haek3,'413 Kelcev. 
Heeckstadt it iloe (Charles Heeck=:adt. 

Andrew Moei. pluuiliers. 411 Kelsey. 
HelL'esen Kniit, barlier, 107 Bri.i.-e. 
IK-iiricks.ia Edward. croccr.Ool B..b:!C.-i- 



C!]icag & Grand ]ml fly, 



The Favorite Route East 

VIA NIAGARA FALLS. 



npli'nrnii I'^inp'? i^iv; wi'iES "v::'^ e. POf-inEH wine co., 



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|Ierzi|:or Cliiirlcs f, Sec, Trtas and 
General iMngr Jlilwaukee lieer Bottling 
Co, cor Hcbart and Gallowav. 

Ilr ssel Anton, saloon, 307 S Barstov?. 

IIibI>nr<! E«t\var«l il. Lawyer, 10 
and 11 Wilson Block. 

lliggius John, chief of police. 



Hill George C, carpenter, o"C> Water. 
Hi!vor?en Samuel, plow mtifr, 5-0 Water. 
Hinriciis Daniel, cigar mnfr, 20G Kelsey. 
Hinrichs Henry, saloon, 3'J2 Gib.=on. 
Hinricbs Onno J, saloon, 400 S Barstow. 
Holiart House, E E Skamser propr, 222 
Wisconsin. 






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311 XorlU Uarsiow St., EAl' CMIEtE, WISCOXSIX. 

Refurnished and Refitted. Largest Hotel and Finest Rooms in the City. 
Centrally Loci^ed. First-Class Sample Rooms. 

RATES, SI.50 PER DAY. 






ii. 



Liberal discounts given 
% to theatricil parties and 
• ' person!, wishing board by 
the week or month. 

, . ;^ Fine Haraiid IMI- 
■.>:> liard Itooni 

' ^ Attnelied. 

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: -' Don't Forget the Location, 

4 2 Squares North of C, M. 

.. ; ;^ & St. p. R. R, Depot 

.;1 on Barstow Street. 

-jjg/ JOHM CARROLL, 

Proprietor. 



'' H. IN-aR.\M, PresiMeiit. 

" H. CAKSON, Vice-Pro«dfnt. 



W. K. COFTIN, r.xshiir 

C. A. .STOUCU, As3't Cashier. 



CAPiTAL, $100,000.00. 

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CORRIJSPOKDENTS : 

la. porters & Traders' National Bauk, New York. 

OontiDental Kutioual Bank, Chicasro. 

National Exchange Bank, Milwaukee. 

liist National Bank, St, Paul, 

RECTORS: TI. 8. Stein, O. II. Ingram, Wm. Carson, Eugene Shaw, W. K. Coffin. 



FishJli'^ Trr'riQ •^oun pjieuheer cur^ co., 

wmi.Q I UUaCtJI 2 73 V.'c^l Water strict, - MILW.Vl KliK, AVIS. 



(Till AT BOBEHT HARPEn & SOKS 

iUSJ |.:J°1^^ East \Vater Str.o;. East Side 
■' UawiUWI Sci., MILWAUKEE. Telephono 






Market' i ^l\ l-J^,r»riVr: 

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Ilodffe An(1re\7 M, laundry, '.'104 l?t avc- 

IIoGman Thuodore, gen store, 40o "Water. 

Holcomb Mrs Mary E, boardiug house, 
307 S Farwell. 

Hollen Andrew H, clothing, 132 N Bar- 
atuw. 

Holm Nils & Co (Nila Holm, W W Winter- 
botham). clothing, 204 N Barstow. 

Holm ik Thompson i AmJrew Hnim, Gun- 
dct Thompson), dry goods, 20G N Bar- 
stow. 

liolt.Tohu, jeweler, 40? Galloway. 

Horns Michael, saloon, i:31 N Barstow. 

Horan John, street comnr. City bldg. 

Horrigan & Son (.Johu and Joiin jr), tail- 
ors, 108 Kelsey. 

llotchkiss David B, hurnoss, 20S S River. 

iJolvedt Charles, saloon, 118 S liarstow. 

Hougon O Hansen, tinner, 118 Bridge. 

Hoyem Siveit, propr Jiora House, oOT Bel- 
linger. 

Hoyme Rev G (l^utheran). 

Hojt Riiel G, grocer, 2U2 Chestnut. 

llu'jbard Martin B, lawyer, ;jOO S Birstow. 

lii'.ddleston James C, saloon, cor Mill and 
Price. 

Humes Louis S, mngr W U Tel Co, 314 
Gibson. 

Hunner John, mayor. 

llutchensou JI, harness, ;i22 Water. 

Hutchinson S 1, as.st mngr Eau Claire 
Street Ry, Light and Power Co, 31s Gib- 
son. 

Hvambsahl Carl M, drugs, 130 S Barstow. 

B^lcisl l.,!isj«l siiul B^o:«ii Co, George 
A (Jvale Pros, Alfred Cypreausen Sec 
and Treas, Lands and Loans, 300 J S 
Barstow. {Si'c adv, opp.) 

Ihle Flank X, muisic tchr. :;21 Madison. 

Iii^riiin OriMii Eu, Pres Kau Claire 
INational I!aiil<. 

Jackson Andrew, jeweler, \2'J S Barstow. 

Jackson Gordun C. mngr Standard Oil Co, 
Madison nr Xoith. 

Jackson O F v.t Son (OdCar F and Willard 
G), in3\irance. Opera Hou~.t'. 

Jdlianncs John M, saloon, 7T(i Iht ave. 

Johannes Jl.vtiiias jr, confectioner, w end 
r.ridge. 

JloEiiisoM CiiiirlC!*, Dairy, 218 Wiscon- 
sin. 

Johnson Charles W, saloon, 109 Madison. 

Johnson Christ, grocer, 401 liL'Uinger. 

Johnson C & flo (Christian Johnson, W W 
Burnett), grocers, 340 Waler. 

Johnson George, baker, 107 \Vater. 

.loiinson (ieorgo, cnnfei'tr, 303 X Barstow. 

Johnson liaivor, shoemaker. Galloway. 

Johnsor Henry, watchmaker, 102 X Bar- 
stow. 



Johnson Jans ('. blacksmith, cor M..:. 

minie and Water. 
Johnson John .M, saloon, 210 ."jth ave. 
Johnson Sever, saloon. 420 Water. 
Johnson Wm C, drugs, 411 Vv'ater. 
Johnson & Lange ((ieorge Jobnion, H- 
man Lange), confectioners, 203 Kelr . 
Jones Albert B, agt C, JI ifc St P P.v a- 

W C Line, X Barstow and railroaa. 
Jost Peter, confectioner, 31.T X Bartow. 
Joyce John L, grocer, 204 Kelsey. 
JucI Iver \, Physician. i:;o S B:i.r=tr.v, 
Jurden ^^'m K, ph3'sician, 207 S Earst' v. 
Kahn Alfred, dry goods, n e cor Barstu". 

and Gibson. 
Kahn Jacob, saloon, 132 S Barstow. 
Kane Wm E, painter. 
Kaunn Rev Wm. 

Keays Daniel, saloon, 331 S Barstow. 
Keller A A; Co (Alexander and Wm Ki . 

ler. Isaac IJolhstein), in<^lalraent goo 1-, 

211 S Barstow. 
Kelly Kdwsiiul i>, Propr Pac;:2- 

House, 702 W'afer. 
Kelly Frank, saloon, 309 Gibson. 
Kelly Rev F A (Catholiel. 
Kelly John, grocer, 303 S B^lr^'tow. 
ICemp Thomas, hardware, 3i»."i X'^ B:irstov; 
Kepler & Co (Wni L, Sylve.'iter S, ami V. 

Jasper Kepler), drj-gnods, 107 Kelsey. 
Kidder Rev A (Congregational). 
Klnnear Wm A, drugs', 4U1 Water. 
Kilzmann Adoliih J, meats, .')U8 Belling';; 
Kjorstad Mrs Mary, boarding house, til'. 

Wisconsin. 
Kleiner iiros (Frederick, Rudolph an 1 

Wm), meats, 40G Water. 
Kleiner Jacob, meats. 111 Bridje. 
Kleinschuid/. George, grocer, 722 Main. 
Klofanda Adolph J, drugs, 422 Belllru.'er 
Kneeland EUwm C, farm impts, 501 •" 

Barstow. 
Kneeland Wm H, grocer. 417 S Barsio^' 
Knecr House, Mathias Kncer propr, H 

S Barstow. 
Knouth Joseph, notions, 32i X T. u.sto'v 
Knulson it Cl-uison (Kii\it Knu:.- •: 

Charles K Cla\i9on). meats, oO.S .Madis. : 
Koenia: Frederick, gunsmith, 727 2d av.? 
Koiilhepp Wm, liarness, 4U1 Bellinger. 
Korn Wm H, cit'ar ninfr. 414 S Barstow 
Kosing Charles,'2d-hd gds. 2:0 N Barst.r- 
Kublman August, grocer, 501 Bellinger. 
Kurz Johu, saloon, 512 Galloway. 
Lalonde X'apoleon, saloon, 413 Water. 
Lalonde (Jnesime, barber, 2U9 X Barstow 
Laml) Mrs ^V^m, music teacher. 
Lange Charles G, confectr, liOSBarstow 
Lanphear Mrs M J, shorthand school. -'■ 

S Barstow. 



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MILWAUKEE CEMENT CO 

15 1 AVi;s'Jl" AVATEK ST., I'lIL.A'J'.Vl KKi:, VVl" 



EAU AND BUSINESS PI RECTORY. EAU 



;ko w. smith. 



ESTABLISHED ISSl. 



ARTHUR S^nTH. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 




LampB, Silver-plated \7are, Stonev/are, 
Table Cutlery and Fancy Goods. 



312 South Barstow Street, 



EAU CLAIRE, WIS. 



iiCORQE A. QVALE. President. 

ALFRED CYPREANSEN, Secy and Trcs 



zzdie:..^!!. 



1 f^im nrr i ^n^ 

oo., 

{SQCccssors to SIGVALD A, QVALE. 



GEORGE A. QVALE. Pre.-;i.lent. 

LEWIS LAK.SON, Vice-President. 
ALFRED CYrUEANSEN. 

Secretary and Treos. 

Wisconsin River Land Co. 

DEALERS IN 






iiougbt an(" Sold in Wisconsiu, Minnc- j 
sola, Iowa and Dakota. 



HARDWOOD, CEDAR 



FAFSLliraG 



irA X '4 AbJ \^ ^ 



200,000 ACRES. 
^-VU CLAIKF, - WISCONSIN. E.\U CLAIRE, - WISCONSIN. 



. . . ! R t L. n J Of EVERY ni^sruT 

>l jf'S'^ii'^sWU i!6»i»*irfj| t..»Juiiw .iiiiWAi Ki;i:, 



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La Rose ifc L'luavale (Wm La Kjse, Joliu 

Lanavale), saluon, 2.3") Cd nve. 
Lnr»oii Aitsnst <,', Counly Judce and 

Attorney at-Law, Music Hall Block, 220 

S Carslow. 
Larson Frank N, grocer, 304 N Barstow. 
Larson G & Co (Gilbert Larson, Lorenlz 

Thompson), clotliinp;, 42^^ Waler. 
Larson Lewis R, lawyer, 3QG S Barstow. 
Larson Peter C. dairy. 
Larson it Johnson (Andrew Larson, Otto 

JohnsoQ), grocers, 410 Putnam. 
Latimer Levi E, real estate, 302 S Barstow. 
Laundry Tiioma?, saloon. 034 Water. 
Lawler tt Biandstad (Joseph A Lawler, 

Paul r<randstad), undertaliers, 317 Wis- 

cousiu. 
L,H\vr<_-EK'c Gcon^c W, Sec and 

Treas The Wisconsin Refrigerator Co. 

Bellevue ave and McDonough. {!>ee uch\ 

p 211.) 
Lawson Brady, propr Nicollet House, 324 

N Barstow. 
Lender Co, David Drummond Prcs, 

Wm K AtViinsou Yice-Pres and Treas, 

Percy C Atkinson Sec, Publisliers Eau 

Claire Daily and \\'etkly Leader, 200 S 

Barstow. 
Lee Arulh, agent Northwestern Watch 

Club Co, 204 Kelsey. 
Lee Mathias A, saloon, 432 Water. 
Leineukugel Joseph JI, saloon. 314 N 

Barstow. 
Leiuenkugel & Rhcin (Henry J Lcinen- 

kugel, Louis Rhein), cigar mnfrs, 10;t N 

Barstow. 
Lennie George, saloon, 421 Franklin. 
Lcnz George, harness, 308 Eau Claire. 
Leonard AValter, confectioner. 427 River. 
Lessard George, saloon, 2-)S Water. 
Lett W II, civil engineer. 
Leubkeman Theodore, physician, 1 IG Anu. 
Lev5' Louis, dry goods, 2'H S Barstow. 
Linton George W, sewing niacbiiics, 41.') 

S Barstow. 
Lockwood Charles W, cash ]3ank (jf Eau 

Claire, 313 S liarstow. 
Lock Wood Ufcv W II (I're.sbyterian). 
Lund Sigvirl A, meats, 502 S Iwirstow. 
Lyman John \' U, iijivsiciaii. 101 ICi.'lsey. 
McAllester Bros (D.^'iiiel and Re\ aolds), 

hotel, 075 Wisconsin. 
nieltuiii lEeury, Clerk Circuit Court, 

Court Ilou.^e 
McDonough Mnfg Co, Frank lIcDonough 

pres, .Enimet Horan sec. founders, 1000 

Galloway. 
McGregor J hn K, supt city schools, 440 

Lake. 
Mcintosh C Craig, gunsmltii, 300 S River. 



Melntyre Neil J. grocer. 210 N Burslow. 

:McKeon Misses Mary A.- Susan, restaurant 
630 Water. 

JIcKillop Rev AV A (Baptist). 

McKnighl Sumner T, sec and treas North- 
western Lumber Co, 405J S Barstow. 

McMasters Hugh, dry goods, 219 S Bar- 
stow. 

McMillan Mort, jeweler, 214 North. 

JIcNair John, grocer, \'A')-i Meuominie. 

McPheeters Miss Claudia, music teacher, 
225 Hudson. 

McQuillen Hugh, gen store. 713 Madisos. 

McRae Robert, agt N P Exp Co, 20S Ke! 
sey. 

ilcSorley Alexander, confr, N Barstow. 

McVicker Archie, real estate, 209 S Bar- 
stow. 

?5iierv5arliii Jiiiiie«i, Blacksmith; and 
Horseshoer, cor Gallowa)' aud Dewey. 
(&e adT>, p SSJ.) 

itIa«!ison Eloii*;'-, James C Quigg 
Propr, 210 to 220 Madiaon. 

JIadison Street 5tnfg Co, Samuel C Con- 
verse pres, Edward (burchill sec, sash, 
doors and blinds, cor Forest and JIadi- 
son. 

!Maerk Eugene, cutlery, 210 N Barstow. 

JIarkman John, second-hand goods, 207 N 
Barstow. 

Marsh Albert J, lawyer, 218 S Barstow. 

Marslon Stephen, real est, 117 Marston av. 

Mason Hans, grocer, ."ilS Bidlinjer. 

Mason & Bun'iitt iGeorgo W Mason. Allen 
Burditl), elev.ator, cor'Oth ave and Broad- 
wa3'. 

Masonic Temple, 105 Kelsey. 

Matteson Wilbur O, lime, Ist ave. 

Jlattison Andrew, blacksmith, 314 Gallo- 
way. 

Mayhew August V, furniture, 3t>2 4th ave. 

Meggett Alexander A, real estate. 318 S 
Barstow. 

Mcnde Frank A. meats. 313 N Barstow. 

Mergerner & Beck (Nicholas Mergerner, 
Fred A Beckl. .saloon, 124 N Iliirctow. 

I?lcrriiiiaii <.cor^e ^V, Notary, Real 
Estate and Pension Agent, 109 Bridge. 
(■^i-cadi\ p err.) 

Merriman tirvllle G. photo, 307+ I'.arstow. 

.M(:t/I,e A\'jii, general store, 320 'j;e!'ini:er. 

niieliol C & .1 Crewiiiu « <», E J 
Elleiison Mngr, n w cor oih ave and 
Fulton. (.ScL-'ajf)', ;) C-;i.) 

Miley Michael, erocer, 700 Madison. 

Millard B r, Florist, 941 Main. {&-' 
adc, p :ji:.\ 

Jliller Frederick W. saloon, 215 N Barstow. 

Miller Joseph, saloon, 60S AVisconsin. 



Chicago & Grand \m\ I 



The Favorite Route East 

VIA NIAGARA FALLS. 



I'rMi. Vftrl/ ' If 1 i-T-iic'iiinQ Pn C3«h Assets, $110,ono.OOO. I Northwestern IJrancli 
ilSlY lOlK LllJ liiitlldnbC UU., Surplus, - lO.OUO.Oau. 'Olllco, 4 1« ?IiUva.,li.o 
SI., ?IILAVAl"KlilC, «IS. W. S. CAMDEK, State Agent, fl ALKtU lilCKXKIi. Gen'l .Manager. 



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AND BU.SINESS DIRECTORY. 



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EAU CLAIRE BOOK AND STATIONERY CO, 

WHOLESALE 



A full line of SIntiou 



an. I DruKgists' Sundries kept constantly in stork. 



PRINTERS' SUPPLY flOllSE i:!nj::i^':^:::\ri^::^]::^i^::^"^l^:^:;ri:u^^l:: 

l!,.:irdB and i»rl iKtro' St.xU of all lifxiri I'li.ms. f ortlmestirn iL-enry l.ir J. li . 
AVUIGUT A: CO.'S <'olc i)rnl<-<l I'rinrili- Iiikv. I>ubli»lierH W i!,i'oilRill Le-al 

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EAU CLAIRE BOOK AND STATIONERY CO., 



EAU CLAIIIF, WIS. 



PKNSIONS. 

Ceorge VV. Rlerriman, Late Sergt. of Co. C, 67th new York Vol. Inft. 



I practice before all departments of the Koverniiient. Coiiirades. ^ive me your Pension and 
Bounty Claims, and I will give them prompt ati.-ntion. I also do a GE.N'EHAL KEAL ESTATE, 
NOTARY PUBLIC and COLLECT lOX business. Call upon or address 

GEORGE W. MERRIMAN, 



\o. 100 Ilridsc tilrt-ct, 



EAIT CI.AIStE, WIS. 



PIONEER FUaRNITURE CO.. 






MANUFACTUKERS OF 






FOLDING BEDS AND CHIFFONIERS. 

Office and Factory, Pricoand S'.lillStg., EAU CLAmE, WIS. 

>L\\UFACTURER OF 

FARP.I and ROAD p 

SLEIGHS, PLOWS, Etc. 

Biacksmithingi., all its Branches. 

EAU CLAIRE, WIS. 



lUIIIOlS CEIilRAL 1 1 ^: 




IRECT ROUTE (|np 



all POINTS I 



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Cudahv Brothers, ^ Pork and Beef Packers, 

MlLWAlliED, ^visco.N^^lN. \ AND PROVISION DEALERS. 

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2- K I?2fi\vauUce Boer T!nttlitis Co, Moessner August, shoema'Ker, 309 Kel=fv. 

3 O Fred Borchert Pres (Milwaukee), (J t' iloldeQiiaucr & Damm (Wm A Molden- 

<0 O Ilerziger £cc, Trcus and ilut:r. Bottlers ^ bauer, Carl J Damm), wagon mnfrs, l':. 

■^ .— of Fark. JuDi: «fc Borchert s Jlilivaukee ! Main. 

S E» Beer, Mineral Water, Ginger Ale, etc, '■ Jloutena Jofepb, barber, 409 Rellineer. 

^ •* cor Hobart and Galloway. itf oilljioiiiory Alcxiiiulcr. Physi- 

S Jlinck George L, blUsraith', 3i!9 'Water. cian, 100 Bridge. 

"^^ Ming George, laundry, 30'J Madison. :?Soiitrcal liivcr I.uinlier Co, D I; 

^^ Mississippi River Logging Co, Frederick Moou Pres. .lames }iIcCrosseuVice-Pres. 

^^ Weyerbftcuser pres, Thomas Irvine^sec, Alexander Stewart Treas, J T Earlrr 

"T^ 131 North. Sec, Mn{r.<; Lumber, Lath and Slunclei. 

. Hi Moe Ole J, propr St Olaf Hotel, 615 AVis- • Mill and Yard at Gile on West BrencL 

ES consin. ' Montreal Hiver; Ollice 40-T+ S Barstov. 

^;^ Moon John II, grocer, cor Barland and Moon Mrs Clara, tailor, 238 Water. 

S3 Talmadue. 

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^5!!»jriR. CIIAS. ALEXAXDI;R, rresidtnt. PETKll nAN.SOK, Vice-President 

•^^ TIIEO. N. PORK. Secretary. ALLEN BUUDITT, Treasurer. J. F. ELLI:^, Attorney. 

§3 Aetna Laiicliii<i>; and Ivoan Association 

^»^ AUTHORISED CAPITAL, 35,000,000. 

^ Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of "Wisconsin. Lowest 
^ Eates, Easy Terms. 

^? There are establisheil regular commercial acencics conducted for the purpose of ratiiii.' 
^~™ all classes of bu^iucf, who furnish iiiformiliou on application. 

^^ We refer you to any ur all of these. 

«J DEPOSITORY OF THE ASSOCIATION IS THE EAU CLAIRE NATIONAL BANK. 

fi Home OOIcr, Opera House Hlock, 

C^ EAU CLAIRE, - - - WISCONSIN. 

Agents Wanted and Correspondence Solicited. 

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~^ i •.) (/■'•^' '■ li ri --'-^ And Lumbermen's Supplies 

' ...Iji I Tents and Awnings Made to Order. 

by "^Vv/jll o "0>^ "^- '-- '^'""'' '"'" -'""• 

pI HAU CLAIRE, - - - WISCOriSlN. 

Chicago & Grend Trcii'; Ry. T'iA..fa™ite,.Ro;;tej33! 



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279 









Stapl 



and Fancy Groeeri 






311 Kclsey St., onc=half Square East of Barstow St. 

" HENRY T. TRfGGS, 

Plumber ^ and ^ Gas ^ Fitter. 

Gas Fitting, Ventilating, Sewerage, Etc. Estimates on Work Furnished on Application. 

414 South River Street, - EAU CLAIRE, WIS. 







J. II. WlKXAMl. 



W. E. WAUL. 






rs. Wli.r 
Deakn 



sale and Retr.il 



' ,..,? Theatrical and Sample Trunk,? 
-'I and Cases a Specially. 

.Z^ EAl) CLAIRE, ^ WIS. 



li|l|ICWllVllill.'}'lloi!i'l'Ms 
DIIVID GSSTONTProprielor. 

Orders for Repairs receive (j 
prompt attention and 
early shipment. 

COR. MADISON AIID FOREST STS. 

EAU CLAIRE, WIS. 

"P5 V M- -r^— , • '"' 1- ""-<1 1' F"""!! St., Fond da l>nc, 'U'lfl., 

x^OSi^S iraiTj is tbe Place to Buy PARLOR SETS, over 200 styles. 




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Moou De'.os U, pies Xorthwestern Lumber 

Co, -IO.J7 BaritoTv. 
}^Iooney Thomas, saloon, 216 S Barstow. 
Jlorrisoa Frauk L, iaxvyer. 212 S Barstow. 
Morrisoa liev Peter B (Episcopal). 
Mosher Leslie .J, rest, 127 S Cirstow. 
Mullen Miss "Winnie A, dressmaker, 204 

Kelsey. 
jiundea Edward M, farm impts, 413 S 

Barstow. 
ilunns Johu, baker, 531 Franklin. 
Macsou Oscar, internal revenue collector, 

220 S Barstow. 
Music Hall, n w cor Eaistow a'jJ Kelsey. 
31i3(iial rirc Asssi of Ean Cliiire, 
George B .-^Iiaw Pre?. Joiir! S Owen 
Treas. J A Sniilli .?;c, i05 S Cirstow. 
Mvhre Erek, shoemaker, 410 Gallowav. 
Nhliona! Kicctric 'Iiifsf Co, H H 
Hayden Pres, Fitch Gilbert VicePres, 
K E Piust Sec, George T Thompson 
Treas, George B Sbaw General ilagr, 
' cor Broadway and 9th av.?. 
^\eher John C. drugs, 314 iMadison. 
Xeil Edward F, painter, cor Galloway and 

Dewey. 
Nelson Annie, laundry, '407 Water. 
Xclson .John, tailor, 217 N Barstow. 
Nelson Lars, shoemaker, 409 Bellinger. 
Neussr Adolph, meats, 422 Franklin. 
Newell Mrs Lena C. dressmkr, 10(3 Kelsoy. 
Newell AVm J. dentist, 203 Kelsey. 
Newell Lfc "Wiagen (Lh Forrest Newell, 

.John W AVingen), grocers, 402 Water. 
Nichols .lohu. coufectr, S24 .Madison. 
Nicollet House, Brady Lawson propr, 324 

N Barstow. 
Noble J;inies H, phys, 220 S Barstow. 
\'olan &. !litii«>oii 1 Benjamin Nolan. 
Hans Hsrison), .Siloon and Boarding 
'^ House, 417 Wisconsin. 

Nora House, Sivert Uovera propr, 507 
' P.cUinger. 
Noriiiauaa Band, Lund's hall. 
Northern Pacific Express Co. Robert ilc- 
Uic agent, 2'IS KeNey. 
I N'irtliv.i.-.'-eiu Fair Asso, C II Dunn see, 
, 312 K.J^fV. 

\orlIi\i e.«lcrii l..mulior Ct», D U 
I .Moon Prcs. .J T Baroer VicePres. S T 
' McKniirht Sec and Trtas. ilnfrs Lum- 
ber, Lath and SLing'e~. 4'ijj S Barstow. 
Northwestern Stjwer Pipe Co, John Proc- 
I fi.rprcs. .V W Jones sec. nr C, i[ & St 
P By depot. 
NtTwsy House, C Skaniser propr, 514 N 

I Ij:ir.st0W. 

I Nvqvist A .sust, l>ii!.T. 341 Water. 
. Oilrien P H. StJoou, 310 Gi'v-on. 



I Oleson li;. ro»* (George Oleson, M^:-;- 
A Foss), Livery and Saloon, 310 V,';,- 
consin. 
Olsen Charles O, furn, 301 N Barstow. 
I Olson Rev C J 1. Methodist). 
1 Olson Mrs Mary, laundry, 417 Madison. 
I Olson Ole, saloon. 424 Water. 
I Olson O B, iMngr Reform Publishing 
j Co, oO'^ S River. 

Opheim Gust K, saloon, 414 Galloway, 
i Ottawa House, Simon Gauthier propr, C J^ 

Water. 
i Owen- Win l^I, City Clerk. 
I Paciiic House. E L Kelly propr, 702 W^itrr 
Palmer Mrs Nellie A, dressmaker. GOO S 

Barstow. 
Parker Edward IL ?hys, 214 S Barstow. 
Parker Lewis C, saloon. Eau Ciaire House 
Parker Robert, colleclion sgent, 310 5 

Barsto'w. 
Parkinson A jJcGilli* ^Robert E 

Parkinson, Daniel McGillisi, Pror;rs 

Eau Claire House, s e cor Bardow azi 

Eau Claire. (See adr, n 071.) 
Piiuly Anthony M, real estate. 316 Gibsoi;. 
Pauly Mrs A M, hair goods. 316 Gibson. 
Payne Rev C A (Presbyterian). 
Pederson Ole, tailor. 40S Galloway. 
Pellelier Charles, grocer, 200 Chestnut. 
Pepper John W, drayage, 107 N Barstow. 
Peterman Isaac N. bariier, 210 S Bxr^tow. 
Peterson Charles, shoemaker. .j20 Water. 
Peterson Hans, grocer, ii42 Water. 
Peterson John, saloon. 221 N Barstow. 
Peterson Mrs Miry, dry srood. 40& Water. 
I'clerson Otlo. .\;reut John Guni 

Brewing Co of La i.rosse. 311 Galloway. 

(,.<^r ad", in La C-^.t--- ) 
Peterson .Airs P. grocer, 1121 5th ave. 
Pfeifer .Vuton, confeclr, 211 N Barstow. 
Phillips Beutlev S. citv treos. 
Phillips Timothy E. ii-t:ce.vo7 S Barstow. 
Phtenlx Manufactan:;:; Co (;;^;)i'-.i. riov'.- 

OoO), H P Graham pres. C B Daniels 

sec, furniture mnfrs, cor Forest aca 

Wisconsin. 
Pickin George W, physician. 314 W:.ter. 
I'ioiieer I'uriiiliirc Co iCap::^. 

:i-7o.L'U0i. D.ivid Drumm 'mi Pres au-i 

Treas. W H Watson VicePres, D 0. 

Calkins Sec, cor Price and Mill, t-^'- 

(id-, p CT7.) 
Playter Ebenezer H, drugs. 115 Bridge. 
Pollev Wm J, confectioner, cor ilappa 

and Price. 
PoikI riiirfiie I.. Aecnt Alma Milling 

Co. ■:■■;: N I>_--.vey. 
Porr Xlicodorc IV. Sec .\.etna B'l; > 

ing and Lo^n .Vss jciatirm. '>;n.ra Uo"--- 

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North Star Iron Works. ) CaparitT, ■JOCth.in-ls-fncliii'ers, Hidiinists. Foiindtrs.Eoilemiaksn. 
• Sill.iri.-ht.. >a" ?liimachinfry.}!icin2 >I3.•lli^?rT.to^l^■i.>^Bji^-•■• 
lncHacbincrv,ttc. s-ser-'-' 



PiBlSlI HIM (ACH i;l^(i CO 
Ashland, - - Wisconsin. ^ 



. Boilers, PoncrTr 



mTTri -^TfCTT "n n mfTn ark a safe. I-LEVSANT and IJELIABLK CIRATITF AGENT. 

1 UXliA^Xt^xl AJSJi-JL^^O — pirifiing: inti(;0!;ati.ng ; miikm.tiiemng: — 

I'm JA?.'ES\"ILLL; TL'IIKISII BATiSS iflord Invalids Superior Kenicdial IdTuutages. 



EAU AND BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 



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Powell Thomas, grocer, 707 S Barstow. 
I'owers John, sale stables, 126 S liiver. 
Prtston Nathan A, photo, C'-'-t -itU ave. 
PreitoQ Jlrs N A, milliuer, Q04 4th ave. 
Przybjlski Igaatz, tailor, 010 Galloway. 
Pulle FrauU, saloon, 670 Wisconsin. 
Putnam Henry C, pres Chippewa Valley 

Bank. 28o Kclsey. 
(Juick Michael, saloon, 214 N Barstow. 
<{iii£?S Jjiiiic* C, Propr Jladisou House, 

21G to 220 iMadison. 
Kadenslebeu v.t Schroeder i Herman Rad- 

eusleben, August Schroeder), tailors, oil 

S Barstow. 



Hainbarter Albert J, barber, Galloway 
House. 

Randall Edsar H. painter, 118 S River. 

Rankin Edward D. tailor, 214 S Barstow. 

Reeknagle Rev .J G (Lutheran). 

Itt'crf Gcorsc M, Grocer, 311 Kelsey. 
(See ,!(!.■, V C:9 ) 

Rcfojiu I>ubli$Iiiii:; Co, O B Olson 
Mngr, Publr.s The Reform, cOS S River. 

Rehnstrand Charles, saloon, uOS N Bar- 
stow. 

Rebnstrand John, saloon, 20ii Barstow. 

Rekstad John, shoemaker, 103 Bridge. 

Keslock Peter P. shoemaker, 50'.) Bellinger. 

Richardson George E, carp. 414 S River. 



liaii ( Inire Niilloiial Bniik. 
Clili>|)e»va Valley Oiiiik. 



T- C„ O-C 

LAWYER. 
EAU CLAIRE, - WISCONSIN. 



COMMERCIAL COLLECTIONS IN NORTHWESTERN WISCONSIN A SPECIALTY. 



I RESTAtJRAnTr'v-^' 



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^i^HOTCOFfEji 

C^i^v), Popular Dining Hall 



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SAMPLE ROOM. 

?,P"" MEALS AT ALI^ HOURS. OYSTERS 
'">, IN SEASON. 

•si:* 

/ ^ 111 N. Barstow St., opp. Milwaukee Depot. 

" EAU CLAIRE, WIS. 



y\ ^P5a»» wKfxm «•^^.. sms mvl uu^ Kr*'i»-^ M ' -Lfn ^ 



Liverj, Feed aud Sale StaWsJ:-,,- l "^a 



002 SOUTH RIVER STREET, 



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Cliicap, Mmki S St, Paul Rj, u:.r;i'esi and floir/esf 



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Wisconsin ve^ietian 011:^0 co., , . ;--—-;--« «- . , 

Office*; Factory,;-! Lake St., .1111.^ AlEKK, WIS. LSlESI i!llprOV3il tfillBllSn UiiriSS. 



EAU 



WISCONSIN STATE GAZETl'EEIl 



EAU 



Rieliard-^oei, EIob!>s &c <_'<» (James 

I liichfirdson. \Vm H Hobbs, C4eoree ^V 

Churchill), Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, 

Etc, 213 SBarstow. 
Riclinrd & Bolles (Arthur H Rickard, Wm 

C Bolles), piano and organ repairers, 5li2 

Union. 
Rilzinger George, real estate, 310 Eau 

Claire. 
Robertson George W, vrhol liquors, 318 S 

Barstow. 
Robertson Smith, sEreiit Cornell Univcr 

sity Lands, 306 S Barstow. 
Roonej- James H, news stand, C, St P, M 

it O depot. 
Root Wm G, electro plater, -110 S River. 
Rosenquist Martin, mngr Sincer ilnfg Co, 

312 Gibson. 
Roseth Nicole}' O, general store, 222 oth av. 
Ross Elisha, cooper, Dodge nr Eau Claire 

river. 
Ross Joel, confectr, 704 Kelsey. 
Rolhstein I it Co (Isaac Rothstein, "\Vm 

Keller), notions, 311 Eau Claire. 
Rowan Edward, dnics, 405 Galloway. 
Rowcll IScrbt-rt E3, Supt and Elec- 
trician Eau Claire Street Railway, Light 

and Power Co, 318 Gilnon 
Ruhc Edv.-ard, saloon, 3--J 1 N Farwell. 
Rust Hans, saloon, 102 Bridpe. 
Rust, Owen Lumber Co, J S Owen pres, 

R E Rust sec, 301 S Barstow. 
Rust Wm A, pres Bank of Eau Claire, 313 

S Barstow. 
Rustcn Hans, barber, 408 Bellincer. 
Ryan John, boardimiliou.ce, "iOS \Visconsin. 
Rydell 'Wm, saloon," 208 N Barstow. 
Sacred Heart Hospiial, Sister /osima in 

charge. Putnam avc. 
Sacred Heart School, Sister JI ;j[ericl prin, 

410 Putnam ave. 
St Olaf Hclcl, 0!e J .Moe propr, 015 Wis- 
consin. 
Sampson Thomas, grocer, 510 Franklin. 
Sanders James S, carpenter, 115 Whipiile. 
Sather lioberl, county clerk. 
Sather & Kog-^tad (O'le Snthar, Erirk Keg- 

slad), saloi'u, Nicollet House. 
Saupe Frederick, harness, 210 S Barstow. 
Scallou Ihigh V, phys, i'OI N Jiarstow. 
Scandinavian Itolel, Andersen Bros propr, 

502 Galloway. 
Schaefer Henry J A, clothing, 218 N Bar- 
stow. 
Schaefcr Henry T, cigar mnl'r, n end liod- 

erick, 
Sclileuclinil<'li Ilcriiiiiii f, Unrd- 

ware, Bjirbed Wire, Binding Twine. 

Steel and Wire Xnils, Glass, Pamts, Oils, 

Etc, 217 S Barstow. 



Ctiicap & Gfaod TfunI 



Schlosser Bros (Chri=tnpher. !Mathias and 
Peter), hardware, 303 S Barstow. 

Schmidt Mrs Angeline, dressmaker, CIO S 
Barstow. 

Schmidt Louis, saloon, 204 S Barstow. 

Schmidt Peter, saloon, 324 BellinL'er. 

Schultz Hermann, confctr, 304 Wisconsin. 

Schullz Oscar A, barber, 30ij N Bustow. 

Schutte Macnus, confectr, w end BrlJiie. 

Schwahn Albert F, meats, 212 N Barstow 

Schwahn Bros (Henry and Frederick), 
meats, 412 S Barstow. 

Schwahn iiudolph, harness, 213 N Barstow. 

Schwahn Wm A; Co (Wm Schwahn. Vl\- 
chael E O'Connell), harness, 403 b Bar- 
stow. 

Seney Wm J, blacksmith, 318 S lUver. 

Seyberth Leonard, meals. 522 P.cUir.ger. 

Shaw Annetta J, phys, 004 S Barstow. 

Shaw Daniel Lumber (^'o (capital, s500,- 
000), Charles A Bullen pres, George B 
Shaw sec, Shawtown. 

S!»;t\v ?i A; Co (Noah Shaw, George II 
Hopper). Eagle Iron Works, Shawtown. 

Sherman 01 uf, shoemkr, 132 S Barst.iw. 

Sime Tliomas I?3, Physician and Au- 
thor of Treatise on Typhoid Fever, 
Pneumonia, Etc, JIusic Hall Block. ySa 
ndv, opp ) 

Simonds Alexander, grocer, 701 S Barstow. 

Simons Daniel Page, pine lands. 

Singer Mnfg Co, Martin K'isen(|uist raugr, 
Sewing machines, 312 Gibson. 

Skamser Christian, propr Norway House, 
514 N Barstow, 

Skamser Eric E, propr Ilobart House, 222 
Wisconsin. 

Sloan Uev W N (Presbyterian). 

Smith Andrew S, saloon, 224 N Barstow. 

Smith Miss Anna, county supt of schools. 

Smith Arthur, grocer, 200 S Barstow. 

Sndth Calvin, liv.'ry. 312 Bellinger. 

Smith Christian A, barber, rear 342 Water 

Sniilh Francis \, plnUo^'^r, 101 Kel'ey. 

^•lIlitll <Joors<' W iV Urn (Georce W 
and Arthur), China, Crockery, Glass- 
ware, Lamps, Stoneware, Cutlery, Fancy 
Goods, Etc, 312 S Barstow, (Sc .idi', p 

Smith John A, grocer, 020 S Barstow. 
I Smith Stillmau J, grocer, 113 Bridge. 
! Sniilh Wm H, genl store, 420 S B:ir-;ow. 

Smitii ik Browing (Herbert W Smith, 'Win 
H Browing), candy mnfrs,4i}2 K:i\i Claire. 

Soli Anton, llour, 310 N Bir:-tow. 

Sommeimeyer C S E, clothing, 210 S Bars- 
tow. 

Spooner Mrs Jlagsie, dressmkr, 538 Water. 

Standard Oil Co~ Gordon C Jackson mngr, 
JIariison and North. 

The Favorite Route East 

' VIA NIAGARA FALLS. 



Ctiicap I Gtaod Tfunl; Rj, ^^Jr.tJ 



Palace and Dining Cars 

THROUGH TI}AI«S. 



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AND BUEINESS DIRECTOllY. 



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MANUFACTURf:P. OF 



LOGGERS' TOOLS 

General Blacksmittiiiitl and HorseshoeiDg, Plows Repaired on Short iloiice. 

Cor. Calloway and North Dewey Streets, 



By THOMAS M. S!ME, M. D. 

A Treatise on Typhoid Fever 1 Pneumonia 

INCLUDING OTHER DISEASES. 

Sold by subscription; iiu\cleiip iro]ii onrcful notes tiikPiihy tliL-aciilir rin Twenty Voar.s' K.vperl-- 
ciico in au aotivf pracuce. In T; [>hoiil VV'ver, the ildctor ^'ivc^ _'- ciiuicai CM'ifS \vitli tho tenipfraturo, 
state of tlie pwIsL' anJ tlii< nie.lii-ines ailniini^t.-reil foih day durin,- the j.ati.-nis' illnc •■? The same 
course is pursued in treating I'ueunionia, and the doelur ti.ows l.v tliese elinieal cases tliat he eais 
avert eitlicr of those diseases and restore the patient in perfect heailli in from CO to tO lio\;rs. The 
book isa verilaUe lYi*' m/ri!,,, and almost intlispensal)le to a faniilv. Tlie prjelieiri; plivsicinn will 
also find it vnluahle. I'ricc ill «'l<il)l ^:i. .'> ; 4'l<>l la hKIi I,f:Hlier »t;i<-U, S 1. .■,<». W dl he 
sent on receipt of )irice to any point ni tlie United States or Canada, posta{;ti or expre.^sajje fully |iaid. 

Address T. M. SIME, EAT CEAIIM;. WIS. 

C. J. LEN'HAltK, President. 

0. O. AANSTAU, Vieo-1'resident. 



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PEALEKS IN 



Ui\l>KIiTAIiI\0 A STKC SAI/rV. 

Telephone No. 36. 

Nos. 112 and 114 OridgeSt,, - EAU CLAIRE, WIS. 



A. E. STEVEHS, 



Hides, 



DEALEIi. IN' 

Peils, FuiSi 



Coal, 



Salt, Tallow, OiUiiiie,Ce[neot,htc, 

A Specially lade c! I'lrst-Class Buggies and CDliers. 

Telcphono UA. 

314 S. River St., EAU CLAIRE, WIS. 



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Stauton Elraer E, la'.ryer, 3'j9 Kelsey, 

Slaikcs \Vm H, bnrbtr, olo X LJarstow. 

Starr ^\'in J, Pres The Wisconsin Re- 
frigerator Co. 

Stein Maximilian S, clothing, 202 S Bars- 
tow. 

Steitfeldt Albert, barber, Eau Claire 
House. 

SCcveiis A II, Lime. Coal, Etc, 31-i S 
River, (i^ce «ih\ p JSJ.) 

Stockliausen Herman, saloon, 130 X Bars- 
tow. 

■Stoiicli diaries A, Asst C.isbier Eau 
Claire National Bank, 302 S Barstow. 

Strand & Nelson (C)laf Strand. Christopher 
Nelson), grocers, 312 JladisoD. 

■ Stumm .Tacob, farm iinpts, olO S River. 

Sullivan F D, aL'l C, St P, M & O and C & 
N \V Ry.-*. 

Sutherland A Judson, lawyer, 203 S Bars- 
tow. 

Svea Hotel, John Carlson propr, 212 Wis- 
consin. 

Svensou August, saloon, .532 N Barstow. 

Swasey Jliss Carrie B, music teacher, 814 
S River. 

Swift Charles B, real estate. County bldg. 

Swift Elijah, pine lands, over PostnfHce. 

Syvcrson Casper, senl store, 22.5 N Dewey. 

Tcall, J-'asiit-.s' & Tciill (George C 
Teall, Vincent W James, Fred A Teall), 
Lawyers, 101 S Barstow. 

Teall Wm A, insurance, 220 S Barstow. 

Tebo Charles H. groc«r, 117 Briilie. 
"Tecples David J, restaurant, JUO Gibson. 

Thomas liichard J, boiler works, s 3 Me- 
nominie nr E;i2;le Iron ^V'orks. 

'Thomas Thomas W, insurance, 113 Kelsey. 

Thompson George T, gents' furnishings, 
211 S Barstow. 

Thom[)Son G Tabor, drugs, 21.5 S Barstow. 

Thompson "\\'m, fruits, s end Barstow 
Street bridge. 

Thompson ifc Arnson (I'aul Thompson, 
Martin Arnson), .--hoes, 21G N Barstow. 

Thrane Arthur D H, physician, 3u3i S 
Barstow. 

Thwiug Joseph W, painter. 109 3d ave. 

Timbers Patrick H, saloon. 122 X Harstow. 

Tinker John T, house mover, (i02 S Far- 
well. 
"Tonia-bck Joseph, grocer, i^-K Madison. 

Ton^; it Pov, laundrv, 212 S River. 
■ TriuK"* Eloiiry T, Plumber and Gas 
Fitter. 114 S Riv.-r. (.v^ adr. p S'rS) 

Trousilril,. Uev S \V (MetliodisH. 

Triiax l'cl<T, ISreeder and Dealer in 
Full l'.lo d P.-rrheron and TroUing Bred 
Horsus; also Dealer in Lo:;s and Lumber, 
814 21 ave. (S'--' udt', p -''J'',) 



Tumpowsky David, saloon. 321 Madison. 
Ulrich August E. tailor, 127 N Barstow. 
Union Hotel, Bcnsen & Johnsen proprs, 

052 JIadisoD. 
United Stales Land Office, L P Hotchkjss 

register, Frank R Farr receiver, cor Eau 

Claire and Dewev. 
Unruh Mrs Martha E, milliner, 603 S Bars 

tow. 
Valley Lumber Co (capital, s2,jO,000»,Wm 

Carson pres, T G Foster sec, 028 Menotn- 

inie. 
Van Hovenberg Do Witt J, grocer. lOD 

Kelsey. 
Vinton ^Vm F, propr Windsor House, 202 

S River. 
Volkman Christ, soda water mufr, .812 1st 

ave. 
Volleudorf Frcdeiick, shoemaker, 404 Bel- 
linger. 
Voss Charles F, saloon, 310 N Barstow. 
Walmsley Horace B, sec EauCiuire Book 

and Stationery Co, 310 S Barstow. 
Walter J^liu c"; Co -John \Valtcr, Mrs John 

Eichert, Jacob Doerrer), brewers, Hobart 

and Elm. 
Walters Mrs Harriet E, confectioner, TO"; 

S Barstow. 
Wang Andrew, saloon, .50o Galloway. 
Wang Tver, saloon, 310 Madison. 
Warness Sisters (Isabel and Anna), dress- 
makers, 42,5 Forest. 
Warren Georce J, meats, 401 S Barstow. 
Washington Mill Co, Seth Fish pres. C F 

Mayliew sec. tlour, etc, 411 S Barstow. 
WecSenieyfr Win EI, Saddle and 

llarnessmaker. Tent and Awning JMnfr, 

122 S River. (.Set' ««/(•, p ,-?6'.) 
Weekly Free Press. II C Ashbaugh propr, 

310 S Rivt-r. 
Wehrle Mrs Mary, saloon, 214 North. 
Weiss .Joseph it Co (Joseph ^Vei--3, Leo- 
pold Kortsch). publrs Eau Claire and 

Chippewa Falls llerold, Dewev near 

Bridge, 
Weizcuegger Anton, shoemaker, 130 S 

River. 
Weizenepger ,1 George, grocer, 220 Manle. 
Wells Homer D, confectioner, IKJ Bridge, 
Wist Charles F, ciL'ar mnfr, 770 1st aveT 
West Eau Claire Ice Co, John Anderson, 

Joseph J CV.'^ proprs, n w cor 9tb ave 

and Hudson. 
West Eau Claire Mill Co, John S Owen 

pres, Ralph E Rust sec, 304 S Barstow. 
West Superior Lundjer Co. II M Stocking 

pres. R E I\u.'t sec, 304 S Barstow. 
West Wisconsin Board of Underwriters, 

I II Seelye mngr, 111 Kelsej'. 



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Wtttern Union Telegraph Cu, L S llumc-3 

aiDgr, 31-1 Gibson. 
WestluQcl John, gen store. TjG- Frnnklin. 
We^tville Lumber Co, John il liu^l pres, 

1? E Kuft sec, 304 6 Barstnw. 
"iVliisler Ernest 11, mugr Wis Telephone 

Co. 315 S Barslow. 
■\\ liialer Miiss Grace, music lenclier. 
Wtiite Bros (Fred 8 and Gaston D). 

I'roprs Galloway Uouse. cor Farwell 

and Gibson. 
■\Vickluim it Farr(.James'.Wiclibam, Frank 

H Farr), lawyers, 13'2 S Larstow. 
^Vie^and & Steiuhaucr (i^cderick AV 

■\Vieuaud, Louis Steiuhauer), grocers, 

•:2-2 Vine. 
Wieiiand &■ Walil (.John II "Wienand, 

^Vw. E Wahl), Trunks. "Va!ise.<;. Etc, 

ucder Postotfirc. (St' adc, p ..TO.) 
Wilcox N C. cicars, Kau Claire House. 
Wilder Abbott i\ optician, 317 S Barsiow. 
Wilk & Kohliicpp (Charles AVilk, ILirl- 

iiian Koblhtpp). croccra, 402 BelliiiL'ir. 
Williams Georei; \\', propr \Yorkui!in's 

Gazette, 4'23 Water. 
AVilliams L, lumber, 201 S Barstow. 
\Villiams ilrs W IJ, mus-Jc teacher. 
Williams & Lang (Lucius L Williams, 

James F Lang), furniture, 310 S Bar- 
slow. 
Wilson Kichard F, real estate, 312 Kcl- 

sey. 
\\ inherg A W & Co (Andrew AV V/inbcrg. 

Charles E Brov.'n, Slartin I' Johnson), 

real estate, 130 S Bar slow. 
Windsor House, W F Vinton propr, 202 S 

liiver. 
V.'inslow George F, drugs, 113 Kelsey. 
\\ interbotbam'Wm W, postmaster. 
Wisconsin House, John Burnsen propr, 

302 AV'iscousin. 
Ulseoiisiit Kcfripcrsitoi- I'o (Cap- 

iul. $50,000), W J Starr Pr.js, George 

S Davis Vice-Pres, Geori'c W Lawrenoe 

l^ec and Treas, cor Bellevue ave and 

McDonougb. (.Sv ad.-, p j.Ti. 
^Vlst-oimiu £ii\A-r I.iiiial <'o, George 

A Qvale I'res, Lewis Larson Vice-Pres, 

Alfred C'ypreansen b'ec ami 'l"reas. Pine, 

Hardwood, Cedar and FarmiiiL' Lands, 

_300i S Baratow. (See adi\ p ;',\i ) 
»N iscousin Telephone Co, Ernest 11 Wbis- 

ler mngr, 315 S Barstow. 
\\ L-cnum John F, confectr, 41 y AVater. 
*> itherby George C, pres and treas Jilau 

Ciaire Book and Stationery Co, 310 S 

Barstow. 
^\ iihers George M, pension agent, &0.j S 

Hiver. 
^\ ilbie .lohn, barber, 120 N Barstow. 



AVoif A'ictor, 'bus line, 307 Wisconsin. 

AVoif Wm J. livery, 410 and 412 Galloway. 

Woltersdorf Fred AA', barber, 220 S Bar- 
stow. 

AVoltersdorf Herman AV, barber, 132 S 
Barstow. 

AYomen's Christian Temperance Union 
Home, Mrs C M Barrows matron, 513 
S Barstow. 

Wood Daniel, dairy, 3 miles s. 

AVoodland Frederick C, saloon, 20S S 
Barstow. 

AVorkmau's Gazette, George W Williams 
propr, 422 AV'ater. 

AA'rigglesv.'orlh Thomas, veterinary surg- 
eon, 4o9 Gibson. 

Wright Lbenczer, grocer, 020 Kel.scy. 

York Thomas, coroner. 

Young Men's Christian Assu, John Cold- 
well fcc, 203 Kclscy. 

Youneliaucr AVm, saloon, 414 Bellinger. 

ZinHi:erman Frtiuk O, carp, bl(i Doly. 

Ziinujerman Frederick, tailor, 411 Wash- 
ington. 

Zimmerman John, harness, 513 ]?ullinger. 

Zimmeininn Peter, saloon, 423 Bellinger. 

EAU GALLE. A post villace on 
river of same name, in Dunn count}-, 1> 
miles southwest of Menominie. the county 
seat, and 6 norlhwcsl of Durand, the near- 
est railroad station and bunking point. 
Population, 250. Mall, daily. E. M. 
Drake, postmasttr. 

Ahlefeldt Theodore, blacksmith. 
Caldwell David, slioemaUer. 
Carson & liand, general Blore. 
B>rj!kc E M. General Store. 
I'uller Clark, hotel. 
Glope Bros, wagonmakers. 
Kaburu .James, blacksmith. 



EDEN. A postolVicc on the C. .<.- N. 
W. By, in Fond du Lac county, 7 miles 
southeast of Fond du Lac, the county seat 
and nearest banking jioint. Population, 
210. Tel., AV. U. Exp., Am. 31. Fay, 
lio.stmaster. 

Bai;er Henry, general store and grain. 
]5i>|/en John, hi.tel and saloon. 
Crcll .lulius, railroad, exp and tel agt. 
F»y Itiii-liacI, Hainess, Boots and 

Shoes. 
Flannigan Edward, hotel and saloon. 
Hcgner AV'm, meat market. 
Hildeljrand A'alentine, wagonmakcr. 
Lvn-i L H. cneral store. 
;'3arl>lcht'«<l I^lnio i'fu. 
Murray John i', blacksmith. 



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Rinehardt J ,1, live stock. 
Williams D T, flour mill. 



EDGERTON. Dating its settloment 
•from 18;jC, laid out as a villasie in lN"Ji,nuil 
incorporated as a city in IsSo, is situated 
on the C, M. & St. V. liy, iu Puick coun- 
ty, 12 miles north of .Tanesville.the county 
seat, 8 northwest of Milton .luucliou, 2') 
southeast of JNIadisou. and 7! southwest of 
Milwaukee. It contains .Methodist, Catho- 
lic, Baptist and German Lutheran 
churches, German and public schools. 1 
bank, 2 good hotels, 2 large halls, a well 
equipped fire department, and 2 weekly 
newspapers, the Wisconxin Tah'V'-Q Il'> 
porter and the Edrirtun InfJc.r. The ship- 
ment of tobacco is the principal industry, 
nearly half of what is raised in the State 
being shipped from this point. Live stock, 
grain and brick are aho exported. Pojiu- 
latiou, 2,000. Tel., \V, U. Eip., Adams. 
6. L. Lord, postmaster. 

Arthur John II, general store. 

Babcock Emilus \V, general store. 

Band of Kdgerton' (capitul. .■?.")0,000), 

Thomas UuIhou pres, G L liurnham 

cash. 
Banks Charles II, drugs and grocer. 
Bates E K & Co (Kdwin E Bates, Wallace 

S Brown), jewelers. 
Bonn Philip, leaf tobacco. 
Bowe Rev .James F (Cathnlic). 
Brittinghaui, Hi.xoii i- (_:<> (Thoma-; E 

Brittingham, .Joseph Jl Ui.vou, Willard 

S Huddles-), lumber. 
Brown C Lee, veterinary surgeon. 
Brown I! U & Sous (Peuuel C and Wallace 

S), grain and leaf tobacco. 
Buuzel J it Sous, E A Wildman agt, leaf 

tobacco. 
Burdick Burrows, physician. 
Burns Miss ICate, dressmaker. 
■Campbell Alex U, harneis. 
Carnell Wm, meat market. 
•Carv Mrs Pho'Iie, farm inipts. 
Chiid Wm W, leaf tobacco. 
Clark Spcneer, eorghum mill. 
Clarke Wm II, furniture. 
Clalworthy Henry, tailor. 
Commercial House, George Mableson 

propr. 
■Conn Joseph W, general store. 
Coon Fred W, propr Wisconsin Tobacco 

Reporter. 
•Co.\hcR(l George, atone quarry. 
Croft James, dry goods. 
Culton (iiarlesL. leaf tobacco. 
Davis Wm J, barlier. 



Dawe John, mayor. 

Dickinson Charles fl, paints and oils. 

Dickinson Hubert H, propr United States 

Hotel. 
Karle Thomas B, tobacco inspector. 
Edgertou Cornet Band, Andrew Mcintosh 

leader. 
Edaerton Index, J Q Patterson propr. 
Edgerlon Tobacco Mnfg Co, O P Saun- 
ders pres, John Dawe sec. 
EliiDg.son & Barnes (Thomas A EUiugson, 

liien J Birnes), leaf tobacco. 
FIngg A S & Co (Abner S Flagg), hdware. 
Ford Michael IT, boots and shoes. 
Frank Charles P, saloon. 
Gove Spjncer E. leaf tobacco. 
Greenwood James I', llour and feed. 
Ilaiu James D, hardware. 
Hakes Wesley, black -iiiitb. 
Ila.skins Mrs Mary, milliner. 
Herit.age ifc Ash (.leremiah A Heritage, 

Harry Ash), harness. 
Hopkins Edward C, agt C, M & St P Hy. 
Horton John, quarry. 
Howard Ira M, saloun. 
Humphrey Silas C, livery. 
Jeuson Andrew, leaf tobacco. 
Jesbup Lewis K, painter. 
Johnson Henry, insurance. 
.Johnson Jacob, shoemaker. 
Johnson .Mrs J A. milliner. 
.I«>tlil><<>ii Olc K, Cii^ar .Manufacturer. 
Joyce Bros {Patrick and James), blksmtbs. 
Keegan Mrs C A, dressmaker. 
Leonard George B, insurance. 
Lidicker Herman 1{, confectioner. 
Lindley & ,Morrisey (J.-r(.iniah Lindley. 

Wm II .Morrisev>. hardware. 
IJi)lve<ll Eiulvor O, Blacksmith. 

('arriage and W'agonmaker anil Mnfr 

Toliacco AVarehouse Tools. 
Lord .lames A, physician. 
Lord Simon L. postmaster. 
Lyon Darius E, shoemaker. 
Mi-Cbesuey Willard, physician. 
McGilllu Mrs D J, dressTuaker. 
McGillin H Stuart, cigar mnfr. 
Mcintosh James, tailor. 
Mr.Munus Warren C. physician. 
Mablit tt Charles F, farm imiita. 
^Tnlilcfton George, propr Commercial 

Hciuse. 
BlarUliam & Fletcher (Thomas Markhani, 

.Mills B Fletcher), reneral store. 
KEnrsitcn &. U'liillct (Henry ' Mars. 

den. James I) Whittel). Liuulier and 

Coal and JInfrs Tobacco Ca.ses, Sash, 

Doors, IMinds, Etc. 
Nicholson Arthur P, dentist. 
Palmer Hendrick A, d(?ntiFt. 



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J'arr &■ llesidersoii (IJoyal Parr, 

James O Hcnderton), Brick jlnfrs. 
Patterson Jesse G, propr Index. 
Pauline Pottery Co (capital, siO.OOO), C F 

Mabbitt pres, O I Jacobus sec. 
pcuse ifc Pyre Bros (Frank H Pease, Frank 

and James I'yre), leaf tolj:icco. 
Perry it Doty (T)ieodore A Perry, Georse 

W Doty), general store. 
Pollard Joseph jr. saloon. 
Pomeroy O U, leaf tolncco. 
Pomerny &, Pelton (^Vm T Pomeroy, ]Mii- 

ford Pelton), leaf tobacco. 
Price George, carpenter. 
Price \Vm 11, carpenter. 
Rsasch Rev V\'m F (Biptist). 
liobinsou H Grant, city treasurer. 
Root Charles I), cii;ar mnfr. 
Rowe Harry K. baker. 
Scliroeder '& Bon (Frederick and E A 

Schroeder, I X Bon, W J llazlewoodj, 

leaf tobacco. 
Shannon C O, apiari.st. 
Shelley Win A, clothing. 
Sherman Fred C, stationer. 
Shumer it Brown (.Vlfred W Shumor, Ar- 
thur Brown), bai hers. 
^Illicit B-2«S\var<l 11, Lawyer, Justice 

of Peace and Collections. 
Son Harry C), e.\press and insurance aL't. 
Spencer John, jeweler. 
Stilhnan Thomas L, wagonmaker. 
Summers Alfred, carpenter. 
Tallard Charles, leaf tobacco. 
Tallard p^lward C, leaf tobacco. 
Tnlmadgc Frank A, photographer. 
Taylor Nel.son, leaf tobacco. 
Tointon vV Barnes (Henry Tointon, Wm 

Barnes), meat market. 
Towne John P. lawyer. 
Towne I^ouis H. lawyer niul insurance. 
Toynton John T, groo. r. 
X-'uited Slates Hotel, Hubert H Dickinson 

propr. 
Vaughn Bros & Ayers (Orson and Byron 

Vaughn, Frank Ayers), livery. 
Vivian Rev (Methodist). 
Vollmulh John, shoemaker. 
^\ citheimer Benjamin L, leaf tobacco 
Wesendonk Henry, cigar mnfr. 
AVestlake Thomas, blacksmith, 
"\\ildermulh Bev George (rjUtherani. 
'^Villson Bros (Benjamin C and Dexter I), 

druggists. 
Wilson George H, meat market. 
AVi.^consin Tobacco Reporter, F \V Coon 
propr. 

EDMUND. A postoiTice on the C. & 
-^- W. By, ill pnva county, S miles -west of 



Dodgeville, the county seat, and 5 north 
of Linden. Stages daily to Linden; fare, 
25 cents. Population, ''>. Tel, 'W. L'. 
Exp., Am. A. Charles, postmaster. 
Baker & 'Williams, crc.imerr. 
Cfiiirlos AlfrocI, General Store. 
Crase James, carpenter. 
Patterson Pi T, railroad, exp and tel agent. 
Vincent & Baxter, lumber and bankers. 



EDSON. A village on Hay creek, in 
Chippewa county, ^0 miles east of Chippe- 
wa Falls, the county seat, and IJ south of 
Boyd, the nearest railroad station. Chip- 
pewa Falls is the nearest banking point. 
Population, 300. Mail, daily. D. L. Mohr, 
postmaster. 

Chubb EJson. saw mill. 

Chubb H C. flour and saw mill. 

Foster Joseph, shoemaker. 

Hartz Michael, hotel. 

Klein Nicholas, blacksmith. 

Mohr A P, tinware. 

WSolir I> I^, General Store. 

Rodgers George, railroad, txp and tel agt. 

Sorg Tliomas, handle mnfr. 

Tucker John, shoemaker. 

Vager Peter, saloon. 



EDWARDS. A postofflce on Pigeon 
creek, in Shelioygan county, 11 miles 
northwest of Sheboygan, the judicial seat 
and bank locution, and 5- from Centre- 
ville, its shipping point. Population, Oj. 
Mail, Iri-weekly. ICdward Newhouse, 
postmaster. 

Bauer Peter, blacksmith. 
Birsch Peter, hotel. 
Kaniann Henry, ehcejie mnfr. 
Lerain .Morit/., cheese mpfr. 
XcwJuMiso ECdivtii'd, General Store. 
Olt August, cheese raufr. 
Papke L (', railmad antl exp agt. 
Boeder Henrv, cheese mnfr. 



EGG HARBOR. A village on G reen 
Bay, in Door county, 18 miles northeast of 
Sturgeon Bay, the county seat and nearest 
banking point. Staixes daily to Sturo-eon 
Bay. Population, 2i}\). Mail, daily. ' T. 
A. Thorp, postmaster. 

Baraboo Levi, hotel. 
Eaiin'« l>r JI Si, Druggist. 
FlyuQ John, blacksmith. 
Lamere Jerry, wagoumaker. 
Larenche Charles, blacksmith. 
Lyman il E. justice. 
Minor Nelson, meat market. 



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EIDSVOLD. A postoffice in Clark 
county, on the Wis. Central Line, Z-i miles 
northwest of Meillsville. the seatof justice. 
Bank at Thnrp, 3 miles distant. Exp., 
N. P. Tel.,"\V. U. Population, 200. O. 
C. Tronstadt, po.stmaster. 

Corn-well ll, fruit. 

Dedrick F, carpenter. 

Donahoe I) F, carpenter. 

FerdoQ John, blacksmith. 

Krupp C A, jnstice. 

Xyi', I>ii<.k &. llud^oll, Saw Ulill. 

AVarncr 1! >t Co, Looks. 

Warner Klijah, livery. 

ELAND, On the >r., L. S. A W. Ry, 
in Shawano county, ISS miles northwest 
of Milwaukee, 30 west of Shawano, the 
county seat, and 20^ south of Antigo, the 
nearest banking point. PoDulation, 200. 
Tek, W. U. Exp., U, S. W. J. Ilaften, 
postmaster. 

Kranklin E H, general store. 

Franklin Jerome F, real estate and ins. 

Fuller House, W U Fuller propr. 

Fuller W II. general store. 

Ii;i;,;csi IV J, Lumber Inspector and 

Insurance Aj,a'nt. 
Hamlin J H, saw mill. 
Hayden E J, hotel. 
Ingcrsoll ik Son, saw mill. 
JIcLauphlin AV A, CHrpcntcr. 
MfNair John, Saw :*Ii!l. 
Pickering AV C, railroad and cxp agent. 
Rideout W K & Son, saw mill. 

ELCnO. On the M., L. S. .t W. Ry, 
in Langlade county, 22 miles north fif Anti- 
go, the county seat and nearest banking 
point. Population, 10"i. Mail, daily. 
T. Solberg, postmaster. 

Badger D, builder. 
Buckler E, blacksmith. 
Edwards Thomas, music teacher. 
Frost VenciT Seating Co. 
Hart II AV", general store. 
Slolbcrg 'r. General Store. 

EI.DEHON. a new poslotficc in 
Jlarathon county, 27 miles sotitheast of 
Wausau, the county seat, and 7 froiu Xor- 
rie, the nearest railroad [-lation. liank at 
Wausau. Pnpulation, 'J.l. .'NIail, semi- 
weekly. C. P. Day, postmaster. 

Day CiilviEi r*. Land Act ami Justice, 



Ingersoll & Sbarey Lund and Lumber Co 
Moses John, saw mill. 



EL DORADO. On ;the C. & X. -,V 
Ry, in Fond du Lac county, 10 miles wt-ci 
of Fond du Lac, the county seat and near- 
est bankiag j.oint. Population, 'JoO 
Tel,, W. U. Exp., Am. W. K. Ander- 
son, postmaster. 

Aii(ecr>^on W SI, General Store. 
Anderson it Roblee, hardware. 
Carpenter W H, tailor. 
Carpenter Mrs V,' II, dre':smaker. 
Dilks Lyle, cooper. 
Duel Hiram, money broker. 
IJliel J!o2ill, CooiK-r. 
Fuller ]), shoemaker. 
Griffith E, live stock, 
llenning Auuust, biacl;smith. 
Scribner J K, flour mill. 
Ziilie Wm, mason. 



ELEVA. Also known as New Chica- 
go, is a village ou the S. Sle. U. & S. \V. 
Ry. >Q Trempealeau county, 2.j miie= 
northwest of Whitehall, the seal of justice, 
and 20 south of E lU Claire, tlio nearest 
banking point. Population, 100. Exp., 
Am. .Mail, daily. 
F.abcock C, harness. 
Eleva Creameiy Co. 
Gilbert & llalliuger, general store. 
Qodard U P. general'store. 
Ilsilvcrsou" A; Tiioiii|><iuii, Genera! 

Store. 
Jensen K, blacksmith. 
Marxer II J, tinner. 
Odcll D J, hotel. 
Olsen Thomas, general store. 
Ruesling II, Hour mill. 
Snoegcnbo.'is O II, hardware. 
Waterbury Miss Ida, nnlliner. 
Yeomana C E, diugiiist. 

ELK CREEK. Aponofflco inTrcm 
pcalcau county, miles northwest 'i 
Whitehall, the coimty scat. Iian!;ing anii 
shijiping point. Stages to Eau Claire and 
Whitehall. Population, 40. .Mail, [tri- 
weekly. 

Peterson O C. general store. 
'WhUncy M r. Hold and Blacksmith. 



ELK GROVE, .v village in LaFay- 
ctte county, IG miles west of Darlington, 
the county scat, a northeast of Elmo, the 
nearest railroad station, and 8 southeast of 
Platteville, the nearest banking point. 
Population, 80. Mail, tri-weekly. 



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Kiinpl'x"'" .^itliii. General Store. 

M'i'e Or W, justice. 

Murphy A C, lawyer. 

IViicock Joseph, justice. 

Il'clmrJs ,)nhn F, mason. 

TiLrrell R E, blacksmith. 

TlioiJias JaHics, Hotel. 

Thomas \Vm, geiipr;il store. 

Wiley Hev John (Methodist). 

ELKHART. On the M. & N. R. R., 
in Cheboygan county, 17 miles northwest 
( f sheboyijan, the county seat, and 7 north- 
west of riymoulh. tiie nearest banking 
point. Tel., W. U. I';Xp., Am. A. O 
Goliiammer, postmaster. 

I!ralz Charles, shoomal;cr. 

Br(it7,raann Leo, physician. 

llriekbauer John, farm impts. 

i'.rickheimer Peter, wai^onmaker. 

flaatle George, meat market. 

G' rliirdt J, meat market. 

<><>I(liiinit!Ci' A (i. General Store. 

Griuiu C n. general store. 

lirifsback Theo. caipentcr. 

ll'iljn Joseph, blacksmith. 

Hotel JIuensterhind. Otto Osthoir propr. 

Kllugspornc Samuel, grain. 

Kriienier George A, railroad, exp and fel 

i...'ent. 
I.ii E^iiddn O A, Hardware. 
Lake View House, J Schwarl/, propr. 
Laun Bros, grain and fuiuilure. 
I-'His AVm, carpenter. 
.^Iiiirer Casper, saloon. 
■Maiirer Peter, livery. 
MhzE, black-smith. 

"-UiofTOtto, propr Hotel Mnenstcrland. 
Vtlibone C V, hotel, 
l^.'iler Val, carpenter. 
• ttliU'Ok Will, Creamery. 
'■■'-•'* August, general store and justice. 
'■ -r'.l Hiuise, E Tallmaili'c propr. 



Rustic House, T C' Sharp propr. 
Sattler Hugo, hotel. 
Schmal Wm, shoemaker. 
Sehii!>crt SJro.x, Photoeraphere. 
Sharp T C, propr Rustic House. 
Tallmadge E, propr Rural House. 
Wittkopp Fred, livery. 



ELKnOEN. First settled in 1837, is 
a flourishing, inccjrporated villace in the 
center iif ^Vahvorlll count}', of which it is 
the judicial seat, 41 miles southwest of Ra- 
cine and .50 from Jlilwaukce. It is an im- 
portant statiou on the R. br. R. & S. \V. 
div. of the C, M. &. St. P. Ry. The vil- 
lage is the center of a fruitful farming 
district, and ships all kinds of produce. 
The village contains an elevator, a lumtier 
yard, a bank, 2 feed mills, brick and tile 
works, a mnchiuo shop, a cigar factory, i 
good hotels, Luther»n, ConLTegaticinal, 
Methodist Episcopal, Universalist. Catho- 
lic, Episcopal and Baptist churches, a 
graded public school and a cheese factory. 
A weekly newspaper, the W'lliroil.'i Co'inly 
Independent, is imblislied. Stages daily to 
Harvard and ^Vhite Water. I'oiiulntion 
1,408. Telephone c.-cchaiige. Tel.,\V. U 
E\p., Am. Henry Bradley, postmaster. 

Allen Levi E, jien'iion claim agent. 

Alictt E»lin.v \V, Abstract Ullico. 

'Arp Otto, blacksmith. 

Railow Richard H, photographer. 

Barnes Calvin, insurance. 

Barrett it Byington (John E Barrett, Clar- 
ence E Byington), general store. 

Barton Clarence W. barber. 

ISaueimau Jacob, slmcniaker. 

Bauerman Jacob jr, carpenter. 

Beals AWin, house mover. 

Blodgelt Bros (Wilber H and Harrison) 
meat market. 

Hove(> Hubert S. barber. 




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2 g Bradley Henry, poelmastcr. 

.-^ Brady .Mrs Amy, milliner. 
S g Brooks ,T Frauk. livtry. 
rr: Button Byron, bill poster. 

•^ Buzz.'ird itfcv Henry (Bi'-ptUt). 
tjj oT Carswell Xathaniel, real estate. 
TT g Carawell OrUind. grocer. 

— E Church L C, county treasurer. 

g E Conger AVm H, ca^h First Xalional Bank, 
^o ConceriS: Goutrh (\Vm H Conger, Sidney 

eg CGous^li), feed mill. 
f~ ° Cowdrey I;_ver L, county clerk. 
^_g CummiDL's John, carrjau'e trimmer. 
Q E Desing li; Gaylord (Augustus F Desing, 

— il Chailcs C Ga} lord i, blacksmiths. 
^" Dewing Ely B. clerk of court. 
2s Hewing Jli.ss Melva, dres-maUer. 

Hodge & f^punus, cigar mufrs. 
O -t-^ Edwards &, Preston '(,J Lyman KJ wards, 
g g Dwight Picston), dry good.-i. 

- w J^lkhorn Cornet Band,(; C Gaylord leader. 
ify "^ J'orris George W, grocer. 
ca o First National Bank (capital, s."iO,000), 
— "^ Julius L Edwaidd pits, \Vm U Conger 
casli. 
Flack J G .t D L iJohu G and David L), 

creamery. 
Frii/.er Bev C H (Congregational). 
Fuller James E, justice. 
Ci.lT S Clayton, dentist. 
„ " Graff Antlionv, boots and shoes, 
"^ (;rall Frank C, jeweler. 
^ Halienbeck LiiU, apiarist. 
^SJjIIare John ifc Son (John and John jr), gro- 
S^ cers. 

p-j^ llarriman Rufus D, meal market. 
,f^l»j^ Harris it "West (John H Harris. AValter A 
psa ^\"esl), butter and elieese nmfrs. 
t^ Hatch Jojjn, pliislerer. 
O Hayes John W, agent Am ICxp Co. 
gj^ Humphrey Benjamin B, iusuiance. 
Huntress Gideon (.', harne.'"-smaker. 
S3 Huilbul Wm II, phvi.ician. 
e,3 Ingalla John P, jiL.t'ice. 
S:^ lugalls Wallace, lawyer. 
its M>am Fred W, druggist. 
^ ]\acliel. West & Co, Walter "West pres, 
»->»* Win Kaciiel si c, dairy supplies. 
S'S Lang Jolm F, carpenter. 
CS Latham Edward >L carpenter. 
' '"' Lathrop AUri'il H, carriagcmaker. 
€/3 J-ee Xalban Ji, saluon. 
I^~» Liiidow Charles, furniture. 
^^3 Lyle George A, cattle breeder. 
Qj Lyon Charles L, coroner. 
»^B. Lyon Jav F, vd'agc clerk. 
p^ l.joii .losrpli !■% Justice (.f Peace. 
j^ li,j on .B a' iV Son (Joseph F and Jay 

I F). Lawyi-r.v 

MeKey'sCpera Hou'je, W G Weeks mngr. 



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McJIanus Peter, merchant tailor. 
Mallory Henry L. farm impts. 
rHathciOU P>ros (John Matliesou), lumber, 
Matheson John, merchant tailor. 
Matheson Trading Co, John ilatheiiO; 

pres, lumber and jiroduce. 
Mayhew's Opera House, Calvin Barn? 

mrgr. 
Medbury JIrs David, music teacher. 
Medbury Jerome, mu^ic teacher. 
Meigs John, hardware, 
Jlitchel & Beamish (.-famuel Mi'.chel, JoL;. 

Beara'sh), general store. 
Jloredeid Thomas W, grocer. 
.Morrissey Daniel, stone mason. 
Jlorrissey Edwaid. stone masou. 
Morrissey John, horseshoer. 
Morrissey 'Wm, stone mason. 
Nciuast Julius, wag'mmaker. 
liiifkef-i'iaJc £luii«e, T II Brii:i 

Propr. {i-te n'le, p cVS.) 
Nicholas Piev James (Catholic). 
NicEen Joseph ^l, painter. 
Noriis Harlev C, hardware. 
O'iJricii T It. Propr Nickel-PiaU 

House, (fife a'ii\ p J.y.'V ) 
Opilz Frtderick, blacksmith. 
C)tto George, baker. 
Park Hotel, G H Sperberk propr. 
Park ifc Kenny, publrs Walworlli Counly 

Independent. 
Partridge Amos S, marble cutter. 
Pett Edward J, harnessmaker. 
Preston O it Son, clothing. 
Uussell Bros, feed mill. 
Sawyers Bev Timothy (Lutheran). 
Sheward tt Co, milliners. 
Slattery Bros (John J and Thomas), gro- 
cers. 
Slattery Michael, saloon. 
Smith & Pett (Henry J Smith, EdmouJ J 

Pett), furniture. 
Snyder John IL live slock. 
Spencer Marj-, milliner. 
Sperbeck George H, propr Park Ilote!. 
Sprague Edward G, lawyer. 
Sjirague G B A- Co, brick ninfrs. 
Stanford Squire, carpenter. 
Stratton Wm J, druggi.t, 
Thomas Miss Kittle, music teacher. 
Tubbs Jan.es L, surveyor. 
Wales Charles, justice of peace. 
AValc". Waller, Livery. 
Walworth County Independent, Park ^ 

Kenny pulilrs. 
Walerburv Aulher F, carpenter. 
Weeks Wilbur G, mngr .McKey's Opera 

House. 
Welch Georiie E, boots and shoes. 
"Wheeler J B. county judge. 



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■.\iliiftin3 Ij a, county sujit schools. 
Wint; Cooley T, dry goods. 
'.Vi^contin Hall, MalucsoQ Cros proprs. 
Wrench John, carpenter. 
Young George H, pbysici.in. 
Young Geoie H jr, piiycicinn. 
Young Jjicob n, groceriea and drugs. 
Zwcibel Wm A, machinist. 

ELK MOUND. On the C, St. P., M. 
■k 0. Ry, in Dunn county, 12 miles east of 
Mtaotuiuie, the county sc.it and tisual 
. fluking point. Populalion, 1:2.3. Tel., 
W. U. Exp., Am. Henry Ausmau, 
[iostmaster. 

.\.'bert Fred, ranson. 

.Vir-!ii:tii SJciirj', General Store and 

i;>:press Agent, 
lionsua Louis, grocer. 
ii;:rcgrccn C'aii, shoemaker. 
C'liig J X, railroad and tel agent, 
.'lauson Nelson, wagcumaUer. 
.'•I'irguth Christ, carpenter. 
Martiboy E ,T, feed mill. 
l;'".^enberg Anion, blacksmith. 
.Niner George, carpenter. 
'\ inger Peter, carpenter, 

ELLA. On the Chippewa river, in Pe- 
rin county, 8 miles south of Durnnd, the 
county scat and baukini; point. It is i 
i^iiiefrom the line of the'C, M. &, St. V. 
iiy, but goods sliould be shipped to Du- 
'■Jci! Populnliou, 80. Mail, daily. C. 
l-'i-DStable, postmaster. 

f-ch Ch.nrles, music teac-ber. 

yUv'.i .IS G, Geuend Store. 

ij'.iti.-table S L, -wind mills. 

'^■ilitrom Nicholas, builder. 

^''iibasha Mining Co, gold and silver min- 



ELLENBOnoUGH. A village in 
'.fKut county. S nilles soiilhcast of L.-incas- 
■•■■Mhe countv .seat, neare.<-t railroad station 
f-nd banking point. Stages daily to Platte- 
^"■e and Lancaster ; fare 00 cents to either 
',' '"^f- „ Population, 40. ilail, daily 
" • U Burr, postmaster, 
j'-^ker N. hotel. 
'•;adley,Tr,hn, justice. 
"HIT W U, General Store, 
f'lni Andrew, llour mill. 



ELLIS. In Portage county, S miles 
;--ftliHast of Stevens' ' Point, the seat of 
V i""', "'"^ ^.'^ "or'li f'f Custer, on the 
l]j^ ' • 1^ It., iis shipping point. Bank at 



Stevens' Point. Population, 150. Mail, 

triweekly. 

nninbciicEl &. Co, General Store. 

Chenviscky J, saloon. 

Cychoz .M, general store. 

Eiden John, general store. 

Eideu Peter, general store. 

Gallagher C, saloon. 

KashUng .T, general store. 

Xorloch L, saloon. 

Omerink A & Bro, general store. 

Palobicki J, saloon. 

Wysocki J, general store. 

ELLISON BAY. A village on the 
shore of Green ba_v, in Door county, -lO 
miles northeast of Sturgeon Ray, the coun- 
ty seat and nearest banking point. Stages 
to Sister Bay, Bailey's Harbor, Sturgeon 
Bay and other points. Population, "500. 
Mail, daily, ilatilda E. Hunt, postmaster. 
Beyer Carl, carpenter. 
leke Aiht'i-t, General Store. 
Johnson Alexander, blacksmith. 
Johnson Hans, general store. 
Nelson Andrew, general store. 
Ohlgart l{ev Caii (Bai)tisl). 
Pttersou Frank, saloon. 
Keichurst Levi, Justice. 
Uuehi rt CLailes, hotel and saloon. 
Strandell Andrew, carpenter. 

^ ELLISVILLE. A postofflce ou 
Spring creek, in JCewauuce county, 'J miles 
west of Kewaunee, the county seat, near- 
est banking ami t-hipping point. Popula- 
tion, 100. Mail, daily. 
Mleziwa J, saloon. 
Siolli .lI<>>.oph, General Store. 
Scholl A, general store and cheese mnfr. 

ELLSWORTH. A prosperous incor- 
porated village lorated at the terminus of 
the Uiver Kalis tiivislon of the C, St. P., 
M. tt O. Ky, in Pierce county, of which it 
is the Judicial seat, -ti mib;s southeast of 
.'it. Paul, aiid~>T.5 northwest of ."Milwaukee. 
It contains a jMothodist Episcopal church, 
a graded public school, a bank, 3 steam 
.saw mills, 2 basket factories, 3 hotels and 
numerous large and well-stocked special 
and general stores, etc. A progressive and 
ably edited weekly newspaper, the Puree 
County Iki-ald, is published. Grain, lum- 
ber, live stcck, ties, piling, etc., are ship- 
ped. Stages duiiy to liay t'ity, tri-weekly 
to Pre=cott, and semi-weekly to Hock Elm. 
Tel. W. U. Exp., Am. Population, bOO. 
Christopher Manser, postmaster. 



Chicago, MilMuise !< Si, Pay| Pij/uL^ri'/ssland Uikid 



luf "Gold Seal" Piybb Goods 



Of GOODYEAR RUBBER CO., Uk. 

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Bank of Ellsworth (capital, PC!o,CiOO), II B 

AVarcer pres, Oriii Lord cash. 
Bateman Charles W, justice and confectr. 
BatemaQ Samuel G, barnessniaUer. 
Borresen Ilelga A, jeweler. 
Bowers Geort'c, apiarist. 
Bowers Jolin T, county treasurer. 
Boynton & Stevens, K W Thurber mngr, 

loans. 
Breckner Charles, cabinetmaker. 
Brewer Charles J, princiiial school. 
Bryan Kev J T Oletliodist). 
Buckley J & Co (.John Buckley, John 

Lokkc), general store. 
Cairns George W, county surveyor. 
Canfield Bruce P, barlicr. 
Canfield Richard L, justice and painter. 
Close Solomon, carpenter. 
Coinliadvcr AiJjcrl, Lawyer and 

District Attorney. 
Copley Johu S, coroner. 
Davit Iviv ;ird B. rreni-rnl store. 
I>(Ml!ii>)ti>!i John {', Abstracter, Real 

Estate, Insurance and Notary. {&'cadv, 

below.) 
Doolittle Eugene S, mngr Pierce County 

Herald. 
Doolittle Ida, music teacher. 
Elliott N S B. general More. 
Ellsworth ;^Infi; Co, Adelbert Taylor mngr, 

lumber and basket mnfrs. 
Fedderly Klla, milliner. 
Fink Andrew, saloon. 
Fitzgeralil Edward .1, clerk circuit court. 
Fort>t EIousc, N A STnith Propr. 
Foss Aloirzo 4»,llardw,ire, Stoves, Tin- 
ware, Faiin Implements. Carriages, 

AVagons, I'uinps, Wiud-mill.s, Etc. 
Freese August, transfer. 
Gardner Andrew J, blacksmith. 
Gerber Frederick, .shoemaker. 
Goodell Sadie, music teacher. 



GrafT .Joseph, brewers' agent. 

Hageman August, meat market. 

Hancock Dr J W, county judge. 

Harris Sylvester, hides and furs. 

Hastert Peter, saw mill. 

Heidelberg Leonard, basket mnfr. 

Helmake johu C, saw mill. 

nines Frank, lumber. 

Ilines Fred W, grain, wood and sale- : 

Uolstopple Milton, well borer. 

Ilorstkatto Emil, wagonmaker. 

liubcr Charles II, livery. 

Huber Henrj', well borer. 

Huber Ilenry R, pianos and sew mad: 

Huber House, Louis iluber propr. 

Jenson Jens B, county clerk. 

Karbarle Frank J, general .store. 

Kempe Charles J, jiainter. 

Klingensraith David, city marshal. 

Kllngcnsmith George, livery. 

Lane Herbert W, phy.'-ician. 

Lempke Johu, well borer. 

Lokke Jolin. grain. 

McDermott I'cter, meat market. 

McLeod Johu, lumber and ties. 

JIallou .lames, apiarist. 

JIanser CJiristoplier, postmaster. 

Mapes Chailes F, railmail agent. 

Maynard John B, furuUurc. 

!Moe Olc A, creamery. 

Jloody Johu L, druggi.st. 

JIuggah Albert, carpenter. 

Slurphy John, sheriff. 

Nelson A J & Co (Andrew J Nelson, / 

Jerensen^ general store. 
Nelsou Thomas L, propr Nelson llou;.' 
Peterson Andrew, saw mill. 
Peterson Charles I, grocer and brick in 
Peterson John, bluck.--niitU. 
Pierce County Herald. Herald Priulii.- 

proprs. 
Pierce I'erry D, lawyer. 



J. C. DENNISTON, 

bslFaoi, Real Ssiats OffioL 

TAXES PAID AND INFORMATION GIVEN. 

Pull Set of Abstract Books for Piorce aud St, Croix Counties, I 

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,e, Ottman & Co (John Ileeve, Cljailes 

■ o'ttman, Arielbert Taylor). gcQ s'.ore. 
:ikT Emil W, lumber auil tits. 

V .John, live slock. 
' Tls S W, veterinarj' surgeon. 
.;ice Joseph S, dentist. 
i.rsou&Co (Mark il S:inderson, EJ- 

• iFtl L Davis), general store. 

■ ;..u Franlc B, hardware. 

ilie H L, physician. 

■h John, saloon. 
iiilli Xicholas A, Prop Forest House. 

.V Edward, barlier. 

;■> lid Charles M, carpenter. 

.iiD Adolph, drugs and books. 

nip'sou Andrew L, county supt schools. 

auiT R '\\^, mngr Boymon tt Stevens. 
.•!:ow Louis II, haruesjuiakcr. 
.i-r \Vm, under sheriff. 
.in Orlsan, plasterer. 

rtCD AV alter E register of deeds. 

• 'ihaus Joseph, tailor. 

-cad Valentine, live stock. 
:>or Rev Irving (Daptist). 
I'd C B, carpenter. 

'dworth Dr D W, cheese mufr. 

dworlh Milton C, physician. 
ing Michael, linlel and saloon. 



ELM GROVE. On the C, M. &St, P. 
'■■:. iu Waukesha county, miles northeast 
■ ' U'Hukesha. the judicKil seat and nearest 
' -'iking point, 'iel, W. U. Exp., Am. 
1' [Illation, 75. Johu Reinders, post- 



• liMed Frank, saloon. 

'I'L'I Matthew, wai^'onmaker. 

:l4nski Chris, niusnn. 
•wen Itlai-iiii, Blacksmith, 
itks Matthew, carpenter. 

■f hell P J, railroad and telegraph agent. 

-It-r John, wagonmaker. 
>i:-.stack Frank, saloon. 

■ ■l:!ek John, saloon. 

•Iiiilcfi .S«)!tii, General Store. 

■'hrs Charles, blackimsth. 



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-LMlIUnST. On the jM.. L. S. & 
^'!y, ill LiiuL;liide county, miles south 
• 'Migo, the seat of justice and nearest 
•■;iDg point. Exp., L". S. Tel., W. U. 
i'UlHiiou, 1.50. F. Spoehr, postmaster. 
''<iTman P. saloon. 
'""" M n, justice. 
>!9 L W, rhilroad, express and tel ag,. 

■•_nck (Jusliiv, blacksmith. 
*^l"iTluMii:m, Hotel. 



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pen!i-r. 
Chris, -hn-niaker. 



Sliuh -M. saloon. 

Spoelir F & Soil, General Store and 

Hotel. 
'^Vunderlich J S & Son, saw mill. 



ELMO, On the C. & N. TV'. Hy, in 
Madison county, 46 miles southeast of 
Lancaster, the judicial seat, and S from 
Platteville, the nearest bank location. 
Stages tri-weekly to Elk Grove. Exji,, 
Am. Population, 20. Charles Leslie, 
postmaster. 

Iticliards ]TIilton O, Railroad and 

Express Agent. 
Whitham E, hotel 

ELTJOEE. On the Milwaukee river, 
in Fond du Lac county, IS miles south of 
Fond du Lac, the judicial seat and nearest 
banking point, and 2 from Xew Cassel. its 
railroad station. Population, lUS. JIail, 
daily. F. Kleiuhaus, postmaster. 

Denz Wm, cheese mnfr. 
Fleischman Charles, meat market. 
Han'-niann V,'m, physician. 
Ilunderrnark Gus, carpenter. 
Eiic'iiiiM)il<i E'l'iliiU, Blacksmith. 
Klumb Wm, general store and saloon. 
Legler Ulrich, llour mill. 
Litscher ( 'hristi.^n, carpenter. 
Litscher Jliehael. nursery. 
iioiiiliart 'tl'tti, Drugs. 
Schinalz Chri.sUan, shoemaker. 
Schmitt John, caipenter. 
Schrantt Andrew, saw mill. 
AVunsch IMmund, carpenter. 
Zuehlke Charles, waL'onmaker. 
Zutavtrn George, barber. 

ELMWOOD. A postolilce in Pierce 
county. -0 miles northeast of Ellsworth, 
the seat of justice, and 15 south of Wilson, 
the nearest shipping point, to which u 
stage runs semi-weekly; fare, -10 cents. 
Populutinu, 50. .Miiil, semi-weekly. 
Nathan H. Utter, postmaster. 

BriiTht J T. physician. 
IJrj aill i- 8>, Grocer. 
Cunuiiiugs W J, bli'.cksraith. 
Kelley, Curtiss & C.'), saw mill. 
Ullcr Xatliuu II, General Store. 

ELO. On the C, M. & St. P. Ry. in 

AVinntbiigo cnunty, 10 miles southwest of 
Oshko.-ih, the county seat and nearest 
banking point. Population. 20. Tel., 
W. U. ^I. JI. Drew, postmaster. 

Bowles J T, justice. 



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I>rc\v :?! :^I, GeiienU Store. 
, Lowe .Toho, live stocU. 
I'liL'h Jolin, carpc-uter. 
Turner Wm, constable. 
"Warner Rev W (Methodist). 

EL PASO. A postoffice in Pierce 
county, SV miles from Ellsvrortii, the judi- 
cial scat, banking and shippint: point. 
Populution, SO. J. M. Johnson, post- 
muster. 

AiKlcr.soii ^Vni, Genoral Store. 
Anderson & King, grist mill. 
C'livey John, sidoon. 
JSoliiisoil .J Til, Farmer. 
Lnnger Jo.=!eph C, shoemulier. 
McDonald Hurdi, L'cncrul store. 
McDonald II P. carpenter. 
PiuUichlas \V P, blacksmith. 
Piukty it Shcldrew, saw mill. 



ELROY. A flouriaijinir city on the 
C, St. P., M. &0. and C. ^.t K. W. l;ys, 
in Plymouth town.ship, Juneau county. 14 
miles southwest of ]\I;uist;)n, the count}' 
scat find the location of the nearest b'ink. 
Uaraboo river supplies power for 2 flour 
int; mills and a saw mill. It containfl C 
churches — German Lutheran. Congrega- 
tion.al. Seventh Day Adventist, Baptist, 
Methodist and Catholic — a hiffh school em- 
ploying .J leacijcrs, and '.i w(^ekly news- 
papers, tlie A'/;v>)/ J'rihune (Rep.). Klroy 
Chronide (Dem.), and the ^Vi1l•J'u.sin 
Rtatrsman (Pvo\\\h). Livestock. grain, lum- 
ber and X)roducc are shipped. Stai;(H semi- 
•(\'eekly to Viroqua. K.\p., Am Tel,.A\'. 
U. Population, l.SOO. Fred. \Vightmau, 
postmaster. 

American irouso, Frank O'Boyle propr. 

Avery Frank "\V, painter. 

Raines JJessie, dressmaker. 

Balfrauz JVederick, <Jakion. 

Bank of Elniy (capital, sIO.OOO), Kdmiind 

llirt propr. 
Blakc.'.h'e E .t Co (Ki.hraim Blakeslee.i, 

general .store. 
Boyd Charles A, baiber. 
Rruwn Webb A. aijl U >t N W Ry. 
Biitman Lewii, hardware 
Campdell Rev James ((.'atholic). 
Chaffee II E, farm inipts. 
Conway .Tnhn, saloon. 
Conway Alichael, dr}- cood.5. 
Cooney Patrick, saloon. 
Coiam Rev A J (.Methodist). 
Corrii'an James B, saloon. 
Cro.sl)y Orlando, a:.'t C., St P, M .t O Ry 
Di\- Jndso.; M, druggist. 



Dougherty John, restaurant. 

Duniap A: Dix (Joseph W Dunlap, A . 

Dix), CHrpeuters. 
Diiiiii Tii;itl<!cii«i li, Proprietor Elr- 

Tribune. 
Eagle Roller Jlills John Flutchinson pror- 
Elroj- Chronicle, M S Parker editor an ; 

publr. 
Elroy Cornel Band, ,T M Dix leader. 
Elro3' Opera House, John Conway prorr. 
Elroy Itaiiroad House, CS Huntley prr,ir 
KIroy Trilmiic Tlie, T K Dia-.. 

Proprietor. 
Erickson Eric, shoemaker. 
Field Alvarado W. clothing. 
Field Ferdinand T, physician. 
Fowler Charles .M, justice. 
Fowler Mortimer, barber. 
Giffo'd Harvey, saw mill 
Goude James, bl-icksmith. 
Grimes Timothy J, j^eueral store. 
Orirashaw Bros (John and Henry). hdwire. 
Haas Christopher, shoemaker. 
Hart Edmund, propr Bank of Elroy aca 

live stock dealer. 
ITayden Cliarlc'^, wagoumaker. 
Hoth Charles W . meat market. 
Huntley C S. propr Elroy Ridlroad Eou'e. 
Hutchinson John. propr Eagle Roller JI'.'.ls. 
Johnson Mary .S, milliner. 
Knutz Charles, tailor. 
Kilbame JanuM. saloon. 
¥iitlt'!so8i i'ii:irl<'>i, T/ivery, Side a"i: 

Boarding Stalile. iS"-<ulc. <"'/'/i.1 
Krauslier Mi^s Lizzie, drt -sniakcr. 
Leisl A- Senly (\Vm Leist, :\Iartin Si.-c!y;. 

meat market. 
Loveland E X, farm impts. 
Loveless Cuarles. dravman. 
McWilliams Charles T, agt Am Express. 
Masters J Wesh-v, wagoumaker. 
Millard C M, furniture. 
Moo <& S>oiic (Lar:; L Moe, J W Lone), 

General .Store. 
Nerud t'liarlcs, blaeksmitli. 
O'Boyle Frank, propr American Hou'e. 
Parker Marion S. publr Elioy Chrouitie. 
Peabody II E, phi^'ercr. 
Pervey'Misses (Minnie and Nettie), mlnrs. 
Phillips Charles, drayman. 
Phillijis Gaines, blacksmith. 
Ratzman Ilenr}', saloon. 
Roseerantz Fra'nk B, telegraph agent. 
Sanb irn Orrin C, livery. 
Searls Bros (Warner J and Will G),'cooi>- 

ers. 
Seymour Dewitt C, propr Seymour'Hote': 
Sliekles F ]^I, propr AVisconsiu House. 
Sherin Brrt. salocjii. 
Sherwood James, restaurant. 



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-; 'imker J R, principal liigli schf-ol. 
mhUU Benjimiu C, lawyer. 
Siaith C S, physician. 
>:iiilh J Ufirry, fnrm impts. 
-;cer Arthur D, restauriint. 
-|K;er Lorenzo M, general store. 
>[irague Ernest F, silicon. 
^;^■s■ens Epbraim, jeweler, 
.-vvcrson & Edwards (.Mark Syverson, Ben 
'Edwards), general store 
Tslbot Rev David C (United BretLreiii. 

propr Wisconsin Statesman. 
Thompson Benjamin B, insurance, 
'Miompson B B &, Co (Benjamin B and 

Winfield S Thompson), Iraljr and brick. 
Town Milton, photo2;raphcr. 
Warden Corbiu F, harness. 
^\'l'lrden John J, harness. 
NVightman Fred, postmaster. 
W'igl'tmau .John G, general store. 
'iMghlmau James W, dniciist. 
Wisconsin House, F ^1 Shrklcs propr. 
^Vijconsin Statesman, I) (J 'I'alliot propr. 
■Work Robert M, furniture and undertkr. 

EL SALEK. A postoffioe in Pidk 
( uinly, 9J iniles east of Osceola Mills, the 
c 'unty teat. G from Ueronda, the ut arrst 



.Taqua Setb, constable. 

Knudsou & Anderson, saw mill. 

Otis Bros, saw mill 

Ra§lilii<i§cii r II, Veterinary SurLfcon, 

Town Clerk and lii.'al Estate Agent. 
Shortsvani; Rev (Lutheran). 
Smith Rev Wm (United Brethren). 
Strong Jame5 E, justice. 
Territl -AI, blacksmith and Hour mill. 
Warman E, carpenter. 



f iilroad station, and 13 from 
Ftdls, the nearest banbinp- point. 
Hun, 100. Mail, tri weekly. F 
mussen, postmaster. 

(\\n Rev L (Baptist). 
< a^pereen L blacksmith. 
I'lc'telu'i- L V, .Justice. 
iliiUii-rg I'irick, constable. 
Ilubeit F A, carpenter, 
ilubtrt I'eter. carpenter. 



C'roi.x 
Popula- 
n. Kas- 



ELTON. On EverRreen creek," in 
J.anclade county, 1.5 miles from Antif^o, 
the judieial seat, shippiui; and banking 
point. .Stages semi-weekly to Ivaajilade 
and Antigo. Popidation, lio. JIuil, semi- 
weekly. ?ilr8. B. Smith, postmaster. 
Bunten J F, justice. 
AVorzer John, shoemaker. 

ELVEES. In Dane county, 2?. iniles 
west of Mtiuison, the county scat, 5i from 
I51ack Earth, the nearest shipping point, 
and 8 from JIazo Manic, the nearest bank- 
ing point. Population, 25. ^lail, semi- 
weekly. 
I><>licr.>i John, General Store. 



EMBARRASS. On river of same 
name, and on the M., Ij. S. dc W. Ry, in 
Waupaca county, 4.") iniles northeast of 
Waupaca, the judicic.l seat, and 4 nurth- 
cast of Clintonville, the nearest banking 
point. Exp., U. S. Tel., W. U. Popu- 
lation, 300. J. N. Palmer, postmaster. 

Allen Frank, carpenter. 

Beedic O pj, railroad, e.xp and tel agt. 

Berndt (', shoemaker. 



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CH.SiRLES KITTELSON, 

PHOPRIETOB. 

Gooil Teams nnd Trusty 
Driv.TS al« avs in rer..lines.s 
to ConvfV l'dssi*ni.'prs to 
any part of tin' Country. 

lintes l!e:isonable. 

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U SI S L'" £1 B 1*9 Carriages, Hacks, 'Busses and Sleighs for Sale Cheap 



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Breed J E, ph)-j'.cian. 

Brows! MJ-is V, Milliuer. 

Caugbill H, hotel. 

Crabtree Jliss L, music teacher. 

Decker & SmiUi, s:iw mill. 

Fritz Chris, arciiitect and builder. 

Henry Alexauder, meat market. 

Jaeckal Johu G. tarm impts. 

Keern Peter, paiuter. 

Liaclcwijj OUo cV Co, General Store. 

Leitzke Louis, justice. 

Nicholas Thomas, paloon. 

Palmer .J X & ."5011, Flour Jlill. 

Palmer & Barkow, ^'eiieral store. 

Perry A ]\1, linrdware and furniture. 

Schroeder A, blacksmith. 

Wendl Charles, wajoumaker. 

Wilfniarlh A \V,Dru-s and Groceries 

AViswall James A, carding mill. 



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EMERALD. A postomcc in St. 
Croix couuty, on the ^Vis. Central Line. 
30 miles norihcast of Flud-on, the county 
seat, and 15J southeast of Xew Uichmoud, 
the nearest banking ])nint. Stages semi- 
weekly to Ilempel and lulct. E.i'p., N. P. 
Tel., W. U. Population, 100. 
Lindetield, postmaster. 
Emerton Kev L-a (Methodi.^t). 
Fleming \Vm, saw and fied mill. 
Grimes Elias, saloon. 
Grubcr ,T I'., riilroad, exp and tel agent. 
Liiii(lcticl<! S K, General Store. 
Lowrie AVm, carpenter. 
McPherson .James, hotel. 
Sherman AVm, wood. 



EMERALD GROVE. A village in 
Rock county, .S liiiles east of .Tancsville, 
the count}' seat, nearest railroad station 
and banking point. S'ages dnilv to, Tunes- 
■vine. Population, 100. " .Mail, daily. \V. 
J, Jones, postmaster. 

CiiilioM iV Jones, Gencial Store. 
Gilson Z. wiig.'nni:iker. 
Grovcr liev 1) K (Congregational). 
Grover (hin }[. idiy.sician. 
Heller Kli:is. hlacU-mUh. 
Krc-i;; B' Si. Ib.ttl. 
McGrct'or Alexander, feed mill. 
Ross l;-,v T ,\1 i,MuIhodist). 
BtoUer C II, live stock. 

EMET. A postofflco on the Chippewa 
river, in Chippewa county, 40 milei north 
of ChippeTi'a Falls, tiio county '^e-it and 
banking point, and S south of Piruco, on 
the M.,"St. I'. & S. Ste. M. Ry, the near- 
est railroad st- lion. Slages semi-weekly 



to Bruce; fare, oOcents. Population, lOO. 
Mail, semi-weekl3'. 

Brainerd B F, general store. 
Johnson S J, hotel. 

EMMERICH. A recently established 
postollicein ^Marathon county. 

EMMONSVILLE. Marathon couuty. 
A postotlico established February, 1891. 



EKOS. Waukesha county. Xame 
chaiigcd to llid'rt. 

EPHRAIM. A village ou the shore 
of (rrefu bay, in Gibraltar township, Door 
couuty, 149 miles northeast of ^lilwaukee. 
and 36 northeast of Sturgeon Tkiv, the couu- 
ty seat and bank location. Goods should be 
shipped to Anderson's steamboat lauding. 
i mile distant. Green IJay is the nearest 
railroad approach. Two ciiurches are sus- 
tained. Stases to Sturgeon Hay, Fish 
Creek, Fsg Harbor ami JuddviKe. Popu- 
lation, 200. Mail, daily. 11. P. Jacobs, 
postmaster. 

Abr.ahams Ole H, cooper. 

iinder.'on A, genera! store. 

Aiulcrsoit £3 ,\, Hotel. 

Hagen-on F, carpenter. 

Ilansou A O, shoemaker. 

Hanson James, general store. 

Lofving J K. watchmalver. 

Olson Rev J (Lutheran). 

Olsen M, shoemaker. 

Oiieseii A: 8,ni'>oii. Bu.ilders. 

|-'eters(ui Mrs A. music teacher. 

]\-tcrson Ri'V A iMdhndisi ). 

^iBiidi &. ValciiliiBO, General Store. 

ERFURT. On Bark river, in Jeffer- 
son couuty, 1-1 miles east of .JelTerson. the 
county seat, 12 fiom Oconomowoc, the 
nearest banking point, and 2§ from Sulli- 
van, it.s nearest railroad station. Popula- 
tion, CO. Mail, daily. A. Scheuber, post- 
master. 

Orlh Philip, grist and feed mill. 

Kuriyard Owen, ltoct. 

Solu'iibcr Atloipli, General Store. 

ERIN. In St C'roix county, 22 miles 
northeast of Hudson, the count}- seat, S 
from iN'ew Hiciimond, the nearest bank- 
ing point, an.l 2J from Jewett .Mills, the 
nearest sliipping point. Population, 10. 
!Mail, daily. P. Parden, postmaster. 

Connelly J A, wagoumaker. 



North Stnr !l-onV/cr!<S. "1 r.lpiioltr, ."jOOIianus-Eaclm-ors, Jladiinists. Kciiincior», Huiljri.inl.irx. 
rAlilMI MA.MF.VCTl'Hl.VU t(>. ^ Jiillivriphts, Saw :tllll .1I»ohinery, Minini; ll.ioliiuer) , Corlisf atil llL-li 
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I'Hrdcn Palricis, Genei^il Store. 
I'oweis N F, justice. 

ESDAILE. A villarjo on Isubella 
creek, in Hartland towasjiip, Pieice cotm- 
ty, 253 miles tiorlhwest from Milwaukee, 
iVsoutbeast of Ellsworth, the coiiuty seat, 
a from Bay City, the nearest railroad sta- 
tion, and 9 northeast of Red Wing, Minn., 
the nearest banldns jioint. Slaijes daily 
to Ellsworth and B.iy City. Population. 
300. Mail, daily. O. J. Olson, postmaster. 

Betcher Charles, ecu store and saw mill. 

DarriaiTton Jliss ilaggie, nulliuer. 

GillcSpic .Boscpli, Hotel. 

Hanson Lars, shoemaker. 

Johnson S, mason and plasterer. 

Lonlie Lars A, cabinetmaker. 

Lusk C II, blacksmith. 

Olson Chris, blaeksiuilh. 

L'lviii &■ Oison, General Store. 



ESOFEA. A village on Bad Ax river, 
in Vernon county, S miles northwest of 
Yiroqua, the judicial seat, nearest bank- 
ing and shipping point. Population, oO. 
Hail, iri weekly. Eliaa O. Tefl're, post- 
master. 

Ericson Jacob, carpenter. 

Johnson Jacob, ju-:lico. 

Joliii«.oii XeU. Shoemaker. 

Marsh W, constalile. 

Bcntz Michael it Bro, farmers 

Tu.xton A B. justice 

TelSrc JCIi]i>i *>, Gen Store and Justice. 

ESTELLA. In Chippewa county, -27, 
miles northeast of Chi|ipevva Falls, the 
C(>unty seat and nearest bankint; jioint, 
RCid 17 from Cadott, on t)ie Wisconsin C:eu- 
Iral Line, the nearest shijipiii?: I^"int. 
Semi-weekly mail stase to Cadott. Popu- 
lation, 170. AV'arrcn Flint, postmaster. 

Barnhart David, lot-c;or. 

Billbnck Frank, wiL;oumaker. 

Brown J, shi.emaker. 

I'llill iX'isiTCJi, General Store, Ileal 

Estate and Saw Mill. 
Hcnderkson (Uiailes, lopger. 
lli-nderkson K, Ijlacksraitb. 
llibbard S T, builder. 
Ji'imilc £1 K, Hotel. 
Kelley Thomas, logijer. 
J'cCann J J. justice, 
sillier CF, blacksmith. 
jJ'Tbert Daniel, builder. 
1 .nr.-ons H. justice. 
P'>rter Edwavo, locrijer. 



Wilkins S, l..>.'ger. 
Young Joseph, builder. 



ETNA. A post village in La Fayette 
county, 17 miles southwest of Darlington, 
the county seat, 3 east of Benton, the near- 
est railroad station, and 5 west of Shulls- 
burgh, the nearest lianking point. Stages 
daily to Benton, New Dicgins and Shulls- 
bureh. Population, OOO. ilail, daily. 
P. H. Emerson, postmaster. 

Allen T, miner. 

Bu.xton T, miner. 

Cherry Tliomas, miner. 

Clarksou J, dairy. 

Dunn M, miner. 

S^niiL-ixsn E* II, General Store, Quarry 

and Flour Mill. 
Hales &, Phillips, miners. 
Harker J, miner. 
Heath Freeman, blacksnntb. 
Horsley & Farry, miners. 
Leary P, miner. 
Looney H, miner. 
!McKeunii P, mason. 
Pedelly P, miner. 
Shafer John, miner. 
Side W, miner. 

Stanley J, car|ienter and mason. 
Toi>IK>i .E4>>>iitii, Blacksmith. 
While John, miner. 
^Vieskircher J, miner. 



ETTEICK. A village on Beaver 
creek, in 'I'rempe.ileau county, I'J miles 
southeast of \Vhitcliall, Ihc coimty seat, 
and 'J northeast of Galesville, llie nearest 
railroad station and banking point. Stages 
ilaily to Galesville; fare, ."lO cents. P(ip\i- 
latiou. n.j. .Mail, daily. I. Pedersou, 
postmaster. 

Blue J .T, woolen mill. 

Cance J E, liardware and drugs. 

Cliristianson Hans, shoemaker. 

Edmunds E.l. blackMuilh 

Kilricli t'reatiu'ry A<isociatioii, 

Folkenilahl 1a\, carpenter. 

HaytHlUil 11 ,1, geueial store. 

Huff Peter J, hotel and blacksmith, 

Knudson ]vcr, furniture. 

Markernd llalvor, wagonmaker. 

Pedeisiin Evan, woolen mill. 

8*i'<U'i-M<iii tver. Flour Mill. 

i>04i<.-i>ou Ivci- &. C'<», General 

Store. 
Pcdcrson M T, confectioner. 
Ronestrand K E. carpenter. 
Sorenson D .M, l.ilacksraith. 



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EUKEKA. A tbriving village in 
Winnebago county, 17 miles southwest of 
Osbkosb, the count_v peal, '1 west of Wau- 
kau, the nearest railroad sttition, and 7 
from Berlin, its banliint; point. Staines to 
Oraro and Berlin. Telephone connection. 
Population. I34G. JIail, daily. L. E. 
C'bapelle. postmaster. 

Allen Edmund, cooper. 

Austria & Dahlke. Hour mill. 

ClsiipciSc r., !■:, DrncTixist. 

Kioyd ik ll'icknev, clicese and butter. 

JuddKev J! ,J (.Aietliodiit). 

Loope T E, I'hysician. 

JIcGoorty Wni, saloon. 

McLaughlin W G, hardware. 

niSHUcrsftsi A. General Store. 

Hounds Jl .1, barber. 

Timann E. bl irksmith. 

Walpot A II L, furniture. 

Wendl Carl, boots and shoes. 



EUREN. A postoffice in Kewaunee 
county, 18 miles northwest of Kewaunee, 
the county seat, and west of .Vbnapce, 
the nearest sluppinu; and banking.' i)nint. 
Population. 100. ' Mail, Iri-weekly. 
Michael Bottkol, jiostmaster. 
Bank ,Tolin, cotistable. 
I'arta Joseph, miller. 
Uotlkol f«e<»!'uo & !Jros, Saw and 

Flour .Mill and (.'nce^e .Mufrs. 
Oieol .1 B, notary and justice. 
Grimmer J P, m\isic teacher. 
llerrick .1, wafronmaki'r. 
I..«fortimo .H A, I'hysician. 
Loo/.e A .1, notary. 
Vliesel Eniil, blacksmith. 
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EVANSVILLE. Incorporated rm a 
village in 1871 and reincorporated 8 yeais 
later, is an enterprising; viliage in the 
nortliwestern portion of Kock county, i>n 
the C. it N. W. Ky, 3'.3 miles south of 
Madison, 12 northwest of Hanover June 
tion, IG uortliv.est of Jancsville. the coun- 
ty scat, and 10.") southwest (d' .\[ilwnukeo. 
Amongst the principal industries may be 
mentioned tlie large i)umi) and wiml-null 
works, catri.'ige and wagon manufactory, 
tack works, creamery, lh)ur mill, etc. 
There are also o churches, a good graded 
scliool, a .seminary, a liank and a pulilic 
hall capable of sealing .000. Tliiee weekly 
newspajiers. the J-'nterpn'ne, the Tn'lnnif 
and tlie yiViiV"-, are published, and are ably 
edited and popular sheets. Live slock, 
tobacco, liuttir an<l cheese, bides and farm 
produce, witli the products of tlie afore- 



mentioned mill3 and factories, comprise 
the bhipmeut.s. Stajres daily to Fulton, 
Cooksville and Edccrton. E.\p , Am. 
Tel., W. U. Population, 1,700. P. C. 
Wilder, postmaster. 

Antes Robert M, printer. 

Antes it Smith (\Vm il Antes, Solon .J 

Smith), furniture. 
Anthony Jolia E, dentist. 
Apfel JIrs Catherine, carpet weaver. 
Backcwsloe George A. painter. 
Baker F A >fc Co (FA Baker, Edward 

Sargent), hardware. 
Baker Mnfg Co (capital, .slOO.OOO). L M 

Mygatl prcs, Wm S Smith sec, pumps 

and wind-mills. 
Ballard E J, j'-weler. 
Ballard J :M, constable. 
Bank of Evausvllle (capital and surjilus, 

S.'jO.OOO), L T PuUeu pres, George L 

Pullen cash. 
Barnard E D & .Sons, leaf tobacco. 
Beebe Lewis B. dentist. 
Bemls Asa D, grocer. 
Benney vt Herbert (J II Benncy, II E Iler- 

bctl), hardware. 
Bigelow \V F A Co, farm impts. 
Blakeley Evauder, harness. 
]}lass Jolin, baker, books and stationery. 
Bowen Thomas W, lilacksniith. 
Brewer L C. propr Evansville House. 
Brink & Fessenden, farm inipts. 
Briltinjliani & Hi.^on, lumber, 
lirodrick JIathew, livery and deputy 

BhcrilT. 
Budlong Clara, notions. 
Bullard I'.lmer i- Co (KImer and A D Bui- 

lard), live stock and grain. 
Bufk Wm, painter. 
Calkins Judson W, grocer. 
Cinipliell it Son (Bvr.ui and Wm), meats. 
Carman ^V W , stage line. 
Carpenter Wm II, coal, grain and stock. 
Central House, Wood & Kendall propr:. 
Clill'.ird Isaac D, blacksmith. 
Cnare Godfrey, tailor. 
Coles S H i Co, drut's. 
Combs E E. idiotographer. 
(.'ommercial House, Josluia M Cwen propr, 
Conine Charles, crockery and coufectry. 
Cook J C it Soils, 11 air mill. 
Copeland Jliss S L. milliner. 
Cummings & Clark ((,: E Cummings, W J 

Clark), dry goods. 
Dooley AVin '!', auctioneer. 
JOiilcriM-i-it', C .V Lib!}y Editor. i &<; 

Evans [)r John M, dru;:gist. 
Evans Jolin M jr, physician. 



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Evans & Sou (JoLn uuJ John A), -wagon- 
makers. 
Evausville Creamery. 
Evansville Ilouse. L C Brewer prnpr. 
Evansville Lumber Co, W M Dnvi^ irmcr. 
Evansville Mufg Co, Caleb Snasball mngr, 

tacks. 
Evansville ^Mercantile Assn, 6 F Spencer 

prcs, Y Holn)e9 sec. peneral store. 
Evansville E*iil)li<>iii!iu Asmi, lion 

JI V Pratt I'res, Publrs Knli-ri rise and 

Tribune. (Sw wli-, bJ.oi".) 
Evansville Seminary, J E Colemau prin. 
Fielder E II, barber. 
Finnane I) F, auctioneer. 
Franklin F A, painter. 
Getlle L II, prin pulilic scbool. 
Gibbs Alien F, painter. 
Gillman Fay, clotbini;. 
Grratsinger Daniel, Ijlacksmith. 
Grcatsingcr Mrs Olivia .1, milliucr. 
Griffin IJau.som, groceries and notions. 
Gunn Mrs Sarah A, milliner, 
ilamner Ftiv ^\'m (Free Methodist). 
Hanover Major, painter. 
Higley II ^\" &, Sons, veterinary surgeons, 
llolisler t^harles A, railroad agent. 
Uoiie I A, propr I!evji;w. 
Johnson John 11, btirlier. 
Lamont .Vlfred, concrete walks. 
Lee Caleb E, luirness 
Liliby C A, Editor Enterprise and 

Tribune. {Sec ndr, heloic.) 
Libbey Wm, carpenter. 
Libbcy &^Volf, meal market. 
Lucas Thomna E, veterinary surgeon. 
McEwen M, drivini: paik. 
McGce's Hall, Wm v.t George McGee 

])roprs. 
McKinney ^Mrs Mary A, dressmaker. 
-Martin EcvR N (Il.iptisl) 
Ma.xon Mr.i Sarah E, dres=m:iker. 



Jlonsheu Henry, harness. 

^Morgan Joel W it Co, carriage mnfr. 

Owen Joshua .M, prcpr Commercial House. 

Phillips ^V K. lawyer and justice. 

Plaisted George S, shoemaker. 

Potter Homer & Son, undertakers. 

5*rntt JJarliii V, Storage and Pro- 
duce. 

Quivey Wm L, physician. 

Peed George H, druggist. 

Peview. I A Unxie propr. 

Richardson Anthony, bariier. 

Roberts "Wm P, phy-ician. 

Ross "Wm. supt public schools. 

Runnicill George, leaf tcbacco. 

Scholleld Rev .J (Congretrational). 

Sherger Jlrs Jennie, milliner. 

Shurrum Theodore, mason. 

Simons Harley N, lawyer. 

Smith Charks M, phy.^ician. 

Smith ifc Eager (AV S Smith, Almeror, 
Eager), leaf tobacco. 

Smith ifc Son, coal, wood and ice. 

Snasball Albert, carpenter. 

Snow Beraen F, carriage jiainter. 

Spencer Charles H, boots and shoes, 

Spencer G F, iihyslcian. 

Spencer Henrietta, photocrapher. 

Stair Theodore F, physician. 

Stevens Rev W W (Methodist). 

Stevens &: Co, grain. 

Taggart Almon 1, j'.-weler. 

Tories F \V, real estate, ins and justice. 

Triluiiii', C ALiliby Editor. 

Van Patten »*c Morse, meat market. 

Wainright Henry, painter and paper- 
hanger. 

Wilder !X D, cie.ar mnfr. 

AVinston Fred, e.xprtss ai^ent. 

Wiu.'^ton John II carpenter. 

Wood "Wm U, shoemaker. 



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MUECTORS— M. V. Piurr, rr.>-i.iH!it : J.vmes R. West, Seoretarv ; L. .Suiveley, Vice rrc-sident ; 
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Wood & Kenilall (C E Wood, N J Kcu- 

dall). proprs Centn.l House. 
Woodbury' Ryland F, general store. 
Young Prank C, livery. 

EVERGREEN. In Door county, 3i 
miles east of Sturgeon IJay, the judicial 
seat, banking and shipping point, Daii}' 
stage, with mral, to Sturgeon Bay, fare, 
25 cents. Population, 40. George i'iuney, 
postmaster. 

Di.Koii L, soldering wire. 

Knudson Hans M, c.irpenter. 

Ornamental and Forest Tree Grower, J J 
Pinney publr. 

Pinney C C, llr.re.-t. 

Piiiiicj- (Jc«!r^c, Grocer and Isurser}-. 

Pinney Joim .], puljlr Ornamental and For- 
est Tree Grower. 

EXCELSIOR. A village on Knapp's 
■creek, in PJehluud county, 2u miles south- 
west of Iiichlaud Centre, the count}' scat, 
and IG northwebt of Jiluscods, the nearest 
railroad station and banking point. Singes 
daily to !M\i«oi)da and IjOez. and .semi- 
weekly to Soldiers' Grove. Population, 
300. Mail, daily. John Brown, post- 
master. 

Campbell Wui. meiit market. 

Coates J T, jihysieian. 

Commercial House, W McDou^-a! propr. 

I>osfJi Mrs IE, Dressmaker. " 

Ellsworth yi D, saw mill. 

Ford Kev John (Methodist). 

IlttinilloTi C S. hardware. 

Jones II H, wagnnmaker. 

Jones J D, lioiri. 

Larson Ole, shoemaker. 

jMcDougal W, propr Commercial House. 

Slc-liiltliey .5 ♦«, Furniture. 

Rosemeyer M H, harness. 

Ross Bert, b.arber. 

Ross O, physician. 

Smith i;«!\viu-<l, Oeueral Store. 

Stratton ,\ M, Hour mill. 

Tate AS' W A: Co, general store. 

Washburn B F, general store. 

Wright J C, physician. 

EXILE. In Pierce county, 18 miles 
cast of Ellsworth, the county .fcnl, and 12 
from Durand, the nearest "banking and 
shipping point. Wm. 11. Person, post- 
master and farmer. 

Dryer M & (.'o, saw mill. 
Partridge tt Co, saw mill. 
Rockwell & Co, saw mill. 



FAIRCniLD. A vilhceon tbeC, 
St. P., JI. i.t U. Hy, in Eau Claire county, 
33 miles southeast of Eau Claire, the coun- 
ty seat and Of from Augusta, the nearest 
banking point. Popnialinn, .?00. Tel., 
W. U. Exp., Am. J. Ewald, postmaster. 

Anderson Bros, blacksmiths. 

Arnold Ralph E. druggist. 

Biddlecom G & .M, barliers. 

Bounat Z P, saloon, -i mile s w. 

Calkins Charle.s B, meat market. 

Cole E G, ]ihysician. 

Cole Vinton, painter. 

IC\T'al<I .S, Justice and Insurance Agent. 

Faircliild House, G W Yakom propr. 

Foss Edward, r.iilroad and express agent. 

Fi'Sler Nathan C, saw and planing mill. 

Foster rv V iV Son, General Store. 

Hewitt H JI, hardware. 

Hobarl James jr, constable. 

Ji'bnscin Sever, shoemaker. 

Kimmel Henry, wagonmaker. 

Kim: E A, physician. 

McKiuney Samuel, hotel. 

JIarviu J C, lawyer and insurance agent. 

Peterson I'eter, cabinetmaker. 

Price AV T, cigars. 

liivard J ?.[. general store. 

Stahl Wm. grocer. 

Straight AVm, jeweler. 

Walsh Walter, telegraph a-rent. 

Yakciiu G \V, propr Fairchild House. 

FAIRFIELD. A villaee on Turtle 
creek, in Hock county, 1.5 miles southeast 
of Janesville, the county seat, and ii 
northwest of Dai ien. the nearest railroad 
station. Clinton is the usual banking 
point. Stages daily to Janesville and 
Emerald Grove. Population, ■Ju. .M.iil, 
daily. 11. A. Loomer, postmaster. 

Coney & Coney, butter mnfrs. 

Kane D L, bliick'smitb. 

i.ooiiicr Jtarvej- \, General Store 

and Insurance. 
Rokenbrodt J, feed mill. 



PAIR PLAY. A village in Grant 
county, 30 miles southeast of Lancaster, 
the county seat, and ,1 northeast of East 
Dubuque, 111., the nearest railroad station. 
Dubuque is the nearest banking point. 
Stages, daily to East Dubuque and Platte- 
viile; fare, .50 cents and s;J, respectively. 
Population, 100. Joseph JVIurray, post- 
master. 

Allison Pnbert, liotcl and justice. 
Ddvle Mrs ^largaret. general store. 



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IHurpViy John P, saloon and justice. 
Miirraj" Josoi>Ii, Farmer. 
Smith H R, notary and insurance. 



FAIR "WATER. A post village on 
the C, M. & St. P. ]?y, in Fond du Lac 
county, 20 miles west of Fond du Lac, the 
county seat, and Oi soutliwest of Uipou, 
the nearest banliino; point. Telcplione 
connections. Population, 12'>. ^Mail, daily. 
Exp.. Am. Tel., Vv'. U. 15. ,J. Wikker- 
ick, postmaster. 

Bai:i«c John, Carpenter 

liock G A, hardware. 

Brown John il, groceries and notions. 

Dohne Wra, saloon. 

Illldtbrandt C4, .^aloon. 

Jackson Kev U K. 

Koehler & Vedder, prain. 

Laper Jcliu, nour mill. 

Little C M, piinip mnfr. 

Locchelt Wm, blacUsmith. 

McCune ]l K, wagonmakcr. 

Naab Peter, railroad, exp and tel agent. 

Stelter G, cheese mnfr. 

Wikkei-iiik Beiijiiiiiiii J, General 

Store. 
Zelmer AVm, shoemaker. 

PALL CITY. A posLiffice on Mud 
creek, in Dunn county, ]H miles .southeast 
of Menomouie, the county seat, and 3 
norlh of Meridian, tlie nearest railroad sta- 
tion. Stages lii- weekly to ilenomonio; 
fare, 40 cents. Population, CI). 3Iai!, 
tri-wcekly. Wm. J. Yates, postmaster. 

Bradford G H. blackfmith. 
Vanne.^s J M. Dcur mill. 
Yiitfs Wm J it Vaiiiics.s, General 
Store. 



FALL CREEK. A nourishing villa.'O 
on theC, St, P.,M. &0. Ky, in Eau CI liie 
county, 12 miles southeast of Enu Claire, 
the county seat and u.^ual banking point. 
It contains a tloiiring mill and a saw and 
planing mill, operated by power obtained 
froni Fall creek. Two churche.i and a 
district school are sustained. Population, 
500. Tel., W. U. Exp., Am. C. J. 
Lissack, postmaster. 

Bariz Bros it Zempel (August and Qustav 

E Bartz, Daniel M Zenipeh, genl store. 
Baumbuch Rev Carl (Lutheran'). 
Koerger P.ev Fiitz (Lutheran). 
Boernkc Mrs E T, hardware. 
Boernke Herman A, photographer. 
Bnieske Ernst, harness, 



Brueswitz Ferdinand, flour mill. 

Faber Henry, propr Lincoln Valley House. 

Friedrich Rev W J (Lutheran). 

Gessner Gus, saw mill. 

Haase .Albert, blacksmith. 

Hackett Bradley H, principal schools. 

Ilacske Gustav, carpenter. 

Harke Julius, saloon. 

ITarke Mrs J, dressmaker. 

Kromrey Fred ^\^, farm inipts. 

Kunz Herman, meat market. 

Leidicer Wm E, live stock. 

Lincoln Vallej' House, Henry Fabcr prr.pr. 

Lindenthaler Bros (George ami Philip .■^), 
saloon. 

^..^-safk f'listrlc* .S, Postmaster, No- 
tary and Town Cleik. 

Mittelstadt JHs Augusta, propr St Charles 
House. 

Niebuhr AVni, furniture. 

Polinske Gustav, carpenter. 

St Charles House, i\Irs Augusta Jliltclstadt 
propr. 

Schultz Albert, barber. 

Schwartz liudoljih, carpenter. 

ShulzLoui.s, saloon. 

Sitgler August, general store. 

Stolp Gottlieb, ice dealer. 

Stolp Herman J, farm impts. 

Stolp AV'm, live stock. 

Thiel August, saloon. 
Votitxke Ali>erl, Hardv.'arc. 

Voechling Bro.s (Frederick and Ernest A), 
blacksmiths. 

"Weiss Charles, shoemaker. 

Williams Leon E, railroad and|exp agent. 

Williams 'J'honias E. pltysicii.u. 
Wi.se & Xiebuhr (Stephen Wise, Wm 
Kiebuhi). general store. 

Zempel it Swankc (Gustav Zempel, Her- 
man Swanke), saloon. 

Zenke Mrs Ji^liza, dressmaker. 

Zelzman Julius E, justice. 

Zet/.nian J A it Co (Julc A Zetzmau. Stein 
it Levy), general .--tore. 

Zet/.man iMre J E, milliner. 

Zimmerman Herman J, saloon. 



FALL RIVER. A stalinn on the C, 
AL it St. P. Ry, in Cohnnbia county, 2i 
miles southeast of Portage, the county seat, 
and oj north of Columbus, the nearest 
banking point. Population, 275. Tel,, 
W. U. Exp., Am. G. P. Stanton, post- 
master. 

Baily O C, Physician. 
P.altle A .M. shoemaker. 
Bendi'r H M, farm impts. 
Bywater Miss, milliner. 



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Chatlelle L A, carpenter. 

Fo^te^ JoiiQ, live stocl;. 

Hicks John, hotel. 

Ilollii'.vay ».t Sauders, flour mill. 

Lnshler G 6, grocer. 

Loomis W. harness iind wngoninaker. 

Martin M W, farm impts. 

Miller George, carpenter. 

Xewuhara H, railroad, exp and tel agent 

and lumber. 
Prime B & Co, general store, 
liice George D, contractor and lumber. 
Russell Z 13, grocer. 
Seewin & Foster, creamery. 
Sharp Rev Thomas (.Methodist). 
Shinville A, black.smith. 
SizcrAiSon, blacksmiths. 
Smith F L, barber. 
Smith J A, •wagonmaker. 
Smiih Lewis, hotel and livery. 
maiituii <i;c«>rse !*, Stationery, 

ISdtary, Justice ami Collection A sent. 
Sweet Rev X L (ILiptisl). 
Taylor C A, CQUst:iljlc and live stock. 

FANCY CREBK. A postotUce in 
Riclilaml county, luf- miles uortliwest of 
l{ioliIand Centre, on the C, M. & St. P. 
, Ry, tlie judicial scat, neare.st banking and 
shipping point. Population, 100. ilail, 
Iri weekly. 
Saltman Wm, general store. 

FAKMEES' GROVE. A farmhouse 
postoUice in Green county, 12 miles north- 
west of .Monroe, the county seat, and 7 
from Moniicello, the nearest shipping and 
banking point. .Mail, semi-weekly. Ezra 
Rlumer, postmaster. 

Uliiincr JZv.rn, Farmer and Ilolsteia 

Cattle Breeder. 
Blumer & Co, cheese mnfrs. 

FARMHILL. In Pierce count}', 16 
miles from Ellsworth, the county "seat, 
b'luking and shippinir point. Population, 
.Mail, tn-wcekly. Wm. H, Young, post- 
master. 

Cliidester Z, saw mill. 
Knder N, saw mill. 
Roth I.ouis. carpenter. 
Shoeder J X, blacksmith. 
Weif S, carpenter. 
Voiiii;^' Wm SI, General Store. 

FARMINCtTON. .V po't village in 
,Ti IV. r^ion c^^imly. Hi miles northeast of 
.JilTerson, the county seat, 4 from Helen- 
ville, the near-^st railroad station, and 9 



south of Waterlown, the neirest bankia;' 
point. Population, .50. M. L. Piper^ 
postmaster. 

Bauer Emil, feed mill. 

Concord and Farmington Cheese Co. 

Hoeft "Wm, blacksmith. 

Hungcrford II E, music teacher. 

]\Iaiisaeld G C. creamery. 

3Iohr John, mason. 

Moore H, sorghum mnfr. 

Pi5»or 11 5j, Lawyer. 

Schotiuld A A; Co, coopers. 

Weber C L, saw mill. 

FARE'S CORNERS. A farmers' 
postollice, in Columbi.i county, So miles 
southwest of Portage, the C'junty stat, and 
4 from Prairie du Sao, the ueaiest banking 
and shipping point. 3Iai!, tri-weckl}'. J. 
L. Furr, postmaster. 



FAYETTE. In La Fayette county, 8 
miles northeast of Darlington, the county 
seat, uearest railroad station and banking 
point. Population, 70. .Mail, semi-week- 
ly. E. L. Worrell, postmaster. 

Abraham Charles, hotel and justice. 
Abraham Dr C, druggist. 
Calahan Dr .V, druiigist. 
Fisher O .^I, blacksmith. 
Henry ^Martin, wagoamaker. 
Hunt ,1 C. saw mill. 
Le Barron Rev (.Mclhodisl). 
Martin George, constable. 
Richards O .M. carpenter. 
Worrell 11 L, General Store. 

FAYETTEVILLE. A post village 
on the C., .M. .fc St. P. Ry, in Walworth 
county, miles north cf Elkhorn, the 
county seat and uearest banking |)oint. 
Populati.jn, 70. E.\p., Am. W. H. 
Coombe, postmaster. 

t;o<»!iiI>o W If, General Store, Railroad 

and Rxprc's .\L'ent. 
Foster .lay, justice of peace. 
Harris it West, butter and cheese. 
Peck C J, lumber and grain. 
Voss August, blacksmith. 



FELLOWS. On the C. & N. Vi. Ry, 
in Rock county, 11 miles northwest of 
Janesville, the judicial seat, and .T} from 
KvansviUe, the iiearest banking point. 
Population, no. E.\p., .Vrn. Tel., W. V. 
\V. J. Whitmore, postmaster. 

Turner Watson, grain and live stock. 



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■\Vi!cox George B, railroad and tel agent. 



FENNIMORE. A village on the C. 
vt X. W. Hj', in Grant county, 12 miles 
northeast of Lancaster, the county se-xt. 
Settled In ISJO, it contains a steam llouring 
mill, a creamery, a weekly newspaper, the 
Times, a. bank, 4 churches and a di.^trict 
school. Stases triweekly to Mt. Ilniie, 
ilt. Ida and Millville. Population, ■rOU. 
Tel., \\'. U. Exp., Am. AV. J. Wright, 
postmaster. 

Allen John C, furniture. 

Bailey Abner B, physician. 

Baiter C U & Son "(Charles II and George 
11), general store. 

Biiderman Bros (Wm and Leonard), ma- 
chinists. 

Biederman i Ruchti (Leonard Biederman, 
Hemy Ruchti), saljon. 

Billig Charles V, live stock. 

Billig H C, dentist. 

Bohl Wm, veterinary surgeon. 

Brechler Bros (.lohn and Charles), hdwre. 

Brockway JIrs I, milliner. 

Comstock Vrallace M.raih'uad and exp ngt. 

Crouch & Govier (.John Crouch, George 
Govier), saloon. 

Curtis John, carpenter. 

Doan John E, harness. 

Dyer George \\", druggist. 

Earl Wm, carpenter. 

Fennimore House, S W Rogers propr. 

I'enDiraore Times, F L Howe ;iropr. 

Farnham Mrs Addie, drugs. 

Fritsch Louis, shoemaker. 

Fritz Peter, saloon. 

Gelvin James, grain and live stock 

Gilbertson l^ete'r C, furniture. 

Gravenbiock Ed, haruessmaker. 

Griihth John, blacksmith. 

Gulliford Farley, restaurant. 

Hampton Henry H, meats and groceries. 

Hawlcy Theophilus C, grain, 

Hayes Lafayette, carpenter. 

lliun Bros (Charles P, Joseph and Chri.->, 
flour mill. 

Dinu, HiUlerbrand .*e Co (Charles P Ilinn, 
George P Hilderbrand). general store. 

Howe K L, propr Fennimore Times. 

Jewel Edward, meat market. 

Johnson Jliss Josie, dressmaker. 

Lsthrop Wm E, general store. 

»-<-'ui<( lli-iiry 15, Propr Lewis House; 
Fir.-t-Cla^s Accommodations. 

I-eui!* ll<>lI^e. H B Lewis Propr; Trav- 
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Linton Wm. blacksmith. 

McDermutt Thomas E, physician. 

McDowell C Lucicn, wagonmaker. 

Miller Jacob, carpenter. 

^^iehaus Beiijamiu, wagonmaker. 

Peterson i.t Gunderson (Thomas Peterson, 
George Gunderson), general store. 

Pickard Daniel O, pln.sician. 

Pickard iira D O, milliner. 

Richards Guy, livery. 

Roach li Perkins (Frank Roach, Thomas 
Perkins), hardware. 

Roitrs &. Morse (Joseph Rogers, Amos 
^lorse), livery. 

Rose Wm H, cooper. 

Sarles John, lumber. 

Scanlon John J, lawyer. 

Snider John, live stock. 

Stephens Ward, saloon. 

Stevens Joseph, barber. 

Weaver 'Wm. shoemaker. 

Welier Albert, jeweler. 

Weber Limis. bools and shoes. 

Wliiting D J Rev i Methodist). 

'Willisoii Charles A, banker. 

Wi-i-^'Ut ^\' J, Confectioner and Photo- 
grapher. 

PENTON. In Ashland county, 1 mile 
frMin Cornell, ilsslatlon on the Wis. Central 
div. X. P. R. R., and 33 miles southwest 
of Ashland, the judicir.l seat. Population, 
50. Exp., N. P. G. L. Rogers, post- 
master. 



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FEBRYVILLE. A village in Craw- 
ford county, on Ibe Mississippi river, and 
on the V..'ii. A; X. R. R., 23 miles north 
of Prairie du Chien. the county seat, and d 
cast of Lansing, Iowa, the nearest banking 
point. Stages seiiu-weekly to Freeman; 
fare, oO cents. Population, 40. Tel., W. 
U. Exp., Am. Wm. Davis, postmaster, 

Adams David C, boarding house. 

Diivis ^Vni. .justice. 

lli.-bdcrson Henry, general store. 

(.•Isou .liiseph S, general store. 

Swan E E. railroad, express and tel agent. 

Thompson Thomas T, hotel. 



FIFIELD. Is located on the south 
fork of Flambeau river, and on tlie Wis- 
consin Central Line, in township of saine 
name. Price county, 14 miles north of 
Phillips, the ju<ii(ial se.it. It is in the 
n-iiter of the lumbering district of Xorth 
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by good lands for farniini^ purposes, is 
steadily incresising iu weiiltU and iinpor- 
tanco, and contaius Catholic aud Methodist 
churches, a graded school, a l^iinl;, a public 
hall with a seatiufx capacity of COO. and an 
ably edited weekly newspaper, the Adro- 
cate. Ties, lumber aud tan bark are 
shipped. Exp., Am. Tel., W. U. Pop- 
ulation, 700. Johnson Tarr, postmaster. 

Anderson John A, shoemaker. 

Atwell \Vm F, dniegist. 

Baum Philip, supervisor. 

Beaulne Philip, saloon. 

Birtels John, tov.-n treasurer. 

Brosnan Jliss Anna, county supt schools. 

Brosnan John, livcrj'. 

Brown Jloses \V, saloon. 

Buttner Adolph, dnip".'ist. 

Clifton House, J F Scliillinc propr. 

Cocltrjiii Eros (^Samuel aud Thomas i, 

Saloon; Fine \Vines, Licpiois aud Cigars. 
Cohen Finney, general store. 
ComrntTCljil S3ou><«?, Peter Vinctte 

Propr. (Sec adc, helow ) 
Diriraple George, general store. 
Donoghue Daniel, propr Filiilil Ilou'ic. 
Feely\fc Hurd (lames K Feely, K L llurd), 

meat market. 



Fitield Advocate, G E t^ackett propr. 
Filieid House, Daniel DonoL'hue propr. 
Fiileld riSainifat'liiri'is; Co, "o \^ 

Van Dusen Pres, J Arnold Vice Pres, P 

D Arnold Sec, W F Ilinz Trea=, G (> 

Van Du^en Supt, Lumber Mnfrs anii 

Planing Mill. [Sec ad.\ hehnp.) 
Gardiner Tdartin, propr Tremout House. 
Uinz Frederick C, hardware. 
EliliX V*' F, Chairman Town Board. 

Treas Fifield Mufg Co, and Pres Price 

Count}' Bank. 
Kcene Delaware, blacksmith. 
Kennedy Patrick, saloon. 
Leonard P II & Co (Peter II Leonard, 

Henry D Davis), general store. 
McDonald \V .alter C, saloon. 
Matthews L Z, saloon. 
Mullen Michael, city marshal. 
Murray Charles, saloon. 
Murra}- John B, saloon. 
Perrin Najioleou, saloon. 
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W F Hm/, PrL-s, O 1) Van Dusen Vice- 

Pres, a F LLonard Cash. 
JJemer J !!, furniture, 
liogness & Tatro (K N Ilogness, Abrani 

Tatro), saloon. 
Sackett George E, propr Fitield Advoc 'lie. 



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;-l Jfitiies Hotel, A Tiitro propr. 

schilling Johu F, t^eneriil store. 

Scbreiner John, saloon. 

SiuicB Wesley, barber. 

Shcehnn John, saloon. 

j^ingleton illcliael A, saloon. 

?!acge Frederick A, photographer. 

Sutrrue f) L, lotrffer. 

Swhzey Walter T, painter. 

TiUT Jolni§oii, Postmaster and Con- 
fectioner. 

Trttro Abrani, propr St James Hotel. 

Trcniout House, Martin Gardiner propr. 

\liicltc £*etor, Propr Commercial 
House. {Sec ado. p 0O4.) 

Wallier George, caloon. 

Weikman Kev Charles (CatholicV 

Weiss Rev George (Congregational). 

Wilnj- Abram, saloon. 

Wilson Arthur C, railroad, exp and tel 
agent. 

^Vood George, barber. 

Woodruff Jlrs Jeauueltc, milliner. 

FILLMOEE. A village on the north 
Ir.'inch of the ililwaukee river, in Wash- 
•I'glon county, 10 miles noitheustof West 
iVnil, the county seat, and .'j northwest of 
Kndonta Station, on the :^1. & >i. H. U., 
•li'; nearest railroad station. West I!end is 
'■i-i; nearest banking point. Population, 
-'0. Mail, daily. Carl Wittig, postmaster. 

(joss Philip, blacksmith. 
fVlmore Band, Wm Cross leader. 
l"'Hiik liev Julius, (Lutheran). 
'"-Kiel Alvln, cigarmalier. 
'•;uhle ^lax, justire. 
'■ruhle K A, general store. 

inning T, veterinary surgeon. 
!llt^libeek Joseph, shoemaker. 
^.IiolleTraugott, fruit trees. 
Aoouig Jidiu's, ■n'ngoniiiaker. 
j;' 111 Paul, shoemaker. 
•.:eke Henry, carpenter, 
'•^idolph ]■:, blacksmith. 
'♦I'll}; <;jiri. Carpenter and Undcr- 

iiiker. 

FISH CHEEK. On Green bay. in 
^ ■•'■r cormty, I'O miles nortlieast of Stur- 
;"n l!ay, the judicial seat and nearest 
■, •!;iuig point. Population, 3<i0. Mail, 
'■■"'y- 6. Churches, po3tm,ister. 

!'■""■" -'"Im, justice. 

";ir<lio»i *iamiiol. Justice of Peace. 
I'l • 1.'"' '*■ f'eneral store. 
Mill Uros Fish. 
J '••n-on Daniel, meat market. 
--y-.\H'Tg Bros, general store. 



Lundberg Charles, cooper. 
Noble Alexander, blacksmith. 
Plec'k SSeitrj-, Cheese Mnfr. 
Stevens M U, lawyer. 
Thorp A. hotel. 
Yorous Levi, general store. 



FISK. On the C, M. & St. P. Ry, in 

Winnebago county, 9 miles soutliwe^t of 
Oshkosh, the county seat and nearest bank- 
ing point. Population, 7o. Tel., W. U. 
]Mail, daily. Ezi'a .Miller, postmaster. 

iniSJcr Ezra, General Store. 
JIoos J II, wagonmaker. 
Patridge C 15, crain and salt. 
Peacock M B M, grain. 



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FITCHBURG. On the 1. C. R. R.. 
in Dane county, 10 miles from Madison, 
the county seat and nearest bankimj point. 
;\Iail, dailj'. Populatiou, 7. Thomas Pur- 
cell, postmaster. 

Grace George, blacksmith. 
Koyle T H, cheese mnfr. 
Nevin James, supt Wisconsin Fish Hatch- 
ery. 
Purct'll Tlioinns, General Store. 
Urie G AV, railroad and exp agt. 

FIVE POINTS. In Richland coun- 
ty, M miles west of Richland Cenire, the 
judicial seal, banking and shipping point. 
Mail, daily. 



FLAMBEAU. A pO!-t village on the 
Chippewa river, in Chippewa county, rt2 
miles northeast of Chipiie'^ra Falls, the 
county seat and banking point, and 18 from 
Warner, the most conveiu'cnt railroad sta- 
tion. Population, lllO. Mail, eemi-weekly. 
K. J. Sand.s, postmaster. 

Berthniene J B, saloon. 

Britton Samuel, bhiCkamith. 

Rulley A, carpenter. 

H'rltz »V Si(inl», General Store. 

Gourdeaux Alex, justice. 

Langlois C, saloon. 

Norton .lolin G, general store. 

Parron Gus, carpenter. 

Prasso F, carpenter. 

Valois Oliver, saloon. 

Wood C, saloon. 

FLINTVILLE. A postofHce on the 
Big Suamico river, in Brown county, 12 
miles Dorthwc-t of Green Bay. the county 
seat and banking point, and 21, from 
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P.ipulRlion, 100. Mail, daily. C. E. 
Ivftnute, postmaster, 

C'T'ok \Ym, farm implements. 

Ikaiintic C S-^, General Store and Flour 

Mill. 
LMiib L R, phycieian. 
Warkenriter Cliarles, physician. 

FLORENCE. The judicial scat of 
Florence county, is a prosperous lowu of 
2 500 iiihibitauts, located on Fisher lake 
acd on Iho C. ct N. W. Ry, 217 miles 
northwest of Jlilwnukee. It was settled 
in ^larch, 1S30, and contains o churches, 
a school house, a bank, blast furnaces, a 
live weekly new.spapcr, the Mining Kfirs, 
and numerous larjre and well stocked spe- 
cial and general stores, etc. Iron mining is 
extensively carried on, and iron ore, lum- 
ber and hardwood form the principal ship- 
ments. Tel., W. U. E.\p., Am. F. R. 
AVhiltlescy, postmaster. 

Abbott James E, lawyer and insurince. 

Albright Gustav, meats. 

American House, .lolui R -ynnlds propr. 

Andrews II G & Co, cigar mnfrs. 

Arnold Fiank, gardener. 

Avenue House, T C Tully propr. 

£;aird <«tM»r};c W, Grocer. 

lj;tker F .1, barber. 

I'.eauchamp Joseph, baker. 

liigelow Jcscph, saloon. 

Boirie Rev H T (Methodist). 

I'.oreman & Houlmot, painters. 

lireckenridge Mrs Kate, propr Travelers' 

Home. 
Hriere O, livery, 
lirinicombie Rev E (Methodist). 
Clminey & Godiu, groceries and crockery. 
Cliam[>aiL'n Joseph, propr National Hotel. 
Cludetle Kli H, saloon.' 
C'lark Win H, lawyer, real estate and col- 

lecUona. 
Cullino tllement, saloon. 
Coleman Charles O. lawyer. 
Corrollo Martin, saloou. 
Curry Win A., barber. 
Dooley it Kerr, saloon. 
I'^bar Freileiif-k, slu'etnaker. 
I'jrickson E W, painter. 
E:^!till Jf J, I'holographer. 
Fiaher H D, real e!.tale. 
Florence Iron River Co, ndnes. 
Forlier C A, physician. 
Foss JIrs A, milliner. 
Franklin Mrs W A, milliner. 
Frazer I) A, pine lands. 
Godin Joseph, saloon. 
Godshall A K, agent Am IDxp Co. 



Goa^hall A Co, furniture. 

Gordon .5:ifo!>, Div Goods. 

Greenwood Alfred, lumber. 

Guensburg A E k E, dry goods. 

Ilaberkorn Wm C, justice and tailor. 

Hanson Hans A, grocer, 

Ilillberg G O, baker. 

Hillyer it Simon, grocers. 

Hocking W J it Co, drugs and jeweler. 

Huff (^nier, county judge. 

Jenkins \Vm, saloou. 

Johnson C A, jeweler. 

Johnson Frank, propr Scandinavian House. 

Judge Wm, sheriff. 

Keyes Kdvi'ard E, county treasurer. 

Kneeboue R J, meat market. 

Lapie & Dori, saloon. 

Lar.-on Peter, botlier. 

Le Paige Louis, confectioner. 

Leroj- Frank, livery. 

Ludingtou House, John Simon propr. 

JleDevilt Ferdinand, saloon. 

McDonald Ronald A, saloon. 

McGovern Peter, lumber. 

Fvl'iilicw Ij, Grocer. 

Marc[uard it Jjangesou, hardware. 

jMiele Emil, saloon. 

Miller Isadore A. meat market. 

Millett John, restaurnut. 

Mining News, Young Cros proprs. 

Molloy John W, livery. 

Mullinder Rob.;rl T, plasterer. 

National Hotel, ,Io. ep!i Champaigne propr. 

Norton Nels, agt C it N W Ry. 

Noyes Wm W, grocer. 

Cdell R W, physician. 

<Min A A, Dry Goods. 

Oltersou AV P, tontraclor. 

Parry Joseph E. county clerk. 

Peltier Alphona, hcjtel and .saloou. 

Pemberty John S, druggist. 

Polderraan Hmihe, Abram Polderiuau 

propr. 
Pontbiiand Mrs M, dressmaker. 
Reynolds John, propr American House. 
Rieliter A, cicar mnfr. 
Ritler John, dairy. 
Rogers liev.VP (Catholic). 
IJl»*Uy 1. Dry Good.s and Clothing. 
Rynder Wilson T, blacksmith. 
St Onge Joseph, blaeksnnth. 
Scandinavian House, F Johnson propr. 
Simon Hardware Co, C Peterson mngr. 
Simon John, propr Ludington House. 
Simpson Charles, county surveyor. 
Sinilli A: l>out;lirej', General Store. 
Soderbi.rg Isaac, hotel. 
Staherg Rev T A (Swedish Lutheran). 
State Hank of Florence (capital, S30,000,\ 

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S';llivan £'atrick. saloon. 

S.iiKlqiiist Oluirlos, sliocmaker. 

Swift E P, I'liysician. 

T;itT George A, niacbiuist. 

Tuff W'm E, saloon. 

'I'liiljert John, saloon, 

Tobin James, capiiulist. 

Travelers' Home, !Mrs K Dreckenridgc 

propr. 
TalK' T C, propr Avenue IIou=e. 
Tully's Opera House, T C Tully propr. 
Vau JIarler J C), contractor. 
Ware K^v E N (Presbyterian). 
Waring Frank, clerk of court. 
Weber George, paloou. 
\^'liiUle-«oy F JI, [,uinber. 
Winckler Louis, saloon. 
Winegarilen .John, lumber. 



FOLSOM. A farmers' postollice, in 
Vernon county, 10 miles soutb of Viroqna. 
the judicial seal, nearest bankins'- and ship- 
Jiiog point. Mail, .semi- weekly. A. A. 
.Morkri, postmaster. 
Itcrgc & ^lorltri. General Store. 



FOND DU LAC. Tbe judicial seat 
of l\)iiil du Lac cnuuty, is pleasantly lo- 
(nlcd at tbe soutiieiii extremity of Lake 
Winnebago, GI3 miles norlliwcsl of Milwau- 
kee, and l-JS norlhwe'-t of Cbicago. It is 
passessed of exceptional iranspniiali.in fa- 
cilities,^ uncqiialed by any city of iis si/.e 
in the State; it bas communication by wa- 
ter through Lake 'Winnebago, down tbe 
Vox river, and thence into Green ISay, con- 
necting it with the wliolu chain of lakes. 
It is on the C. it N. W.,the C, .M. it St. 1'. 
)!ys, and Wis. Cen. Line, which, cenlering 
here and radiating to all parts of the United 
State.H, give it all the advantaje-i of its 
Western sisler cities in the sale of ils mauu- 
laolures in tbe eastern markets, lliecompe- 
lilion affonied by tbe steamboat lines being 
ineirumental in regulatuig ami reducing 
riit^is. This cily wa'i one of the carliei-t 
lumliering towns in IheStati;, and, iiltbou^h 
the supply of pine has l)een exhausted 
there is a large quantity of valuable bard- 
|vood limber in the vicinily, wldcb is now 
being uliliztjd for njanufaeturing purposrs. 
Jhe city contains foundries and machine 
ijops, wagon works, plow works, sash, 
door and blind factories, large lumber 
'"ills, large yeast factories, molding and 
Iraine factories, boiler works, planing 
nulls, agricultural implement works, car- 
['"ge and wagon factories, carriage and 
'■UL'gy top factories, llourinii milln, woolen 
i:id,9, breweries, tile woiks, drain lile 



works, chemical works, steam bakery and 
cracker factory, ]iaper box and furniture 
factories, etc. There are 4 banks (2 na- 
tional), a handsome and commodious court 
house, erected at a cost of .sSJ.OUO, flrst- 
chiss hotels, 2 public halls, telephone ex- 
change, efficient police and fire depart- 
rnent,-*, a free library, 2 opera bouses, 
churches representing tbe leadinc: religious 
denominations, excellent schools, hand- 
some business blocks and private resi- 
dences, and all the facilities and appoint- 
ments of a first-class city. The streets are 
wide and well paved, and are lighted by 
electricity and gas. Among tbe great ad- 
vantages popse>sed by Fouil du Lac is its 
pure, soft, deep fountiiu water, which is 
i>y m:iu_y considered to equal the famous 
Betbe?(la Spring. A water works com- 
pany is in full opcratiou, the waler being 
drawn from artesian wells, which afford 
an iuexlKUi=;til)le supply. The press ia 
represented by 3 dady newspajiers, the 
lie.j/vr/i'f and the VinnvinnirnilOi., and 5 
weeklies, the Siii/rda// HepirUi; the li'tr.W// 
ConnnnnwcalUt, the Cornier, the Journal 
and the Volks Ziitnnrj ■ Exp., Am, aiul 
N. P. Tel,, W. U. "and Postal-Cable. 
Populali.>n. 1:3,000. James T. Greene, 
poslmast'T. 

Abbs Wm E. llorist, 137 W Division. 
Abel Carrie, dres.-^maker, 02 Doty. 
Abel Frederick, wagcjnniaker, 00 Doty. 
Abel Hunry, saloon, n,j W Division, 
Abel Heuiy A, machinist, 2u E 1st. 
Ackernian James O, physician, oOD .Main. 
Aheru David, plumber, i^'i Main. 
Ahem T E & Co (Thomas E Aheru, Wm 

W Collins), clothing, 407 Main. 
-•\ldrich James F. wool. 37!) .Main. 
Allan! E Inuuid C, t'iocer.U7 \V Division. 
AUcii iV 'rs-flcvoii (K F Allen. Danl.-l 

D Trelevenj, Proprs C\ly Holler ^Mills, 27 

V^orest, 
Ailing & P.owe (Cornelius L Ailing, Wra H 

Howe), insurance, 523 Main, 
.-VUison Samuel, music teacher, .>"> W 1st. 
Altpasa Henry, hats, 490 Main. 
Amory (.)pcra llouso, P B Haber mugr,446 

.Main, 
Anderson Jtobert H, pianos, .584 Main. 
AiiilrewB Joseph, Electric Light Works, 16 

■W 2d. 
Annis S E, dairy, 2 miles c. 
A pel Carl, feed.' 2s0 Main. 
Atkins Kdwiu F, iiliysiciun, 4S7 Main, 
Aucliue Joseph, shoeud^r, b7 W Division, 
Auelster liev F W (German Evangelical), 
liabeock David, lawyer, Forest. 



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Bailey Charles, conlraclor, oO Marr. 
Baldwin Truman II, glovemUr, 13 K 3d. 
Barrett Miss Grace 6, music teacher, 12 

Marr. 
Barrett jrose.^, grocer, 302 JIain. 
Bartletl Charles 15, hay, Brooke. 
Bartletl i- Carsteus (Chailea D Bartlett, 

August L Carsteu.";), meats, 545 Main. 
Bassett Israel, harness, 21 Court. 
Bates Clement JO, bee hive-s, Jlacy cor 2d. 
Bechaud AQ & Bros(Ad(>lph G, Frank 11 

and John B), brewer:;, 435 Main. 
Beesou Edward B, physician, 15 Forest. 
Beesou & Reesim {Edward and Edward B), 

publrs Journal. 
Beincrt Hev John (Methodist). 
Bell John, paper, lJ5j Main. 
Benjamin Gilbert L, undcrtkr, 543 Main. 
Bennett Frank E, stoves, 312 Main. 
Bcnsel-E^ow <"<> TSic (Albert A Ben- 

sel, Charles K Low), Directory Publish- 
ers, 113 Western ave. 
Bernau Julius, bookbinder, 4G3 Main. 
Berry Ezra 0, livery, 204 Main. 
Berry Wni, dairy. 
Besn'ah Joseph, saloon, 4 mile? s w. 
Bicbel Anton, propr Union Hotel. 
Bii-dsnll «.:<> Tlic,A C Dallmann Stale 

Agt; Portaljle and Traction Farm En- 
i ^gines, 20-23 3d. {See ndi'. p S13.) 
Bischoff Wm H, .saloon, 4(;a .Main. 
Bishop Ansel A, billiards, 4^0 Main. 
Bishop Llewellyn A, physician, 03 Marr. 
Blacsius Edward, table mufr, \V Scott. 
Blair Andrew i\I, lawyer, 510 .Main. 
Blankenburg Albert C, furniture, 5.58 Main. 
Blankenagtl Jlev Augustus (Evangelicui), 

3 Kuggles. 
Blewett Martin T, county supt schools, 

Court lli'Ufe. 
Block Gottlieb, grocer, 403 Main. 
Bloedtl Henry, grocer, Hickory cor Jlili- 

tary. 
Bloedel Ificliard J, blacksmith, 40 W, 1)1- 

vision. 
Bonnell & Harris (Oscar A Bonnell. E D 

Harrii), carpenters, 37 Fore^t. 
Bo^(<tll SSoiisc fi'lll'lli>iiiliu ^'(>. 

Wm H I'o.st I'ropr. Geor-e W Post 

Mngr, 440 and 412 .Main. (S,e rinhl hot- 

torn lints iiifl iiili: cpp.) 
Boucher JlfV Charles (Catholic), Bannister 

cor Fulletl. 
Boucher Frank, wagonmaker, 21 W 2d. 
Bowe Wm H, real estate, 523 Main. 
Bowen k .^on (Tyler JI and TyK.rMjr), 

barbers, 4!^5 Main. 
Bowers Samuel S, physician, 450 Main. 
Boyle IVos (Henry and John T), yeast 

mnfrs. 



Braig Edward .S. lawyer, 3 Forest. 
Brastat E E, oculist, .'^'li cor Ellis. 
Brasted Francis A, shoes, 477 -Main. 
Braylou Mrs J J, cheese mnfr. 
Breister Wm, broommaker, Sibley cor 

Main. j 

Bieiteugrosse Tlichard II, carpet weaver 

33 E tub. 
Breiteugrosse Theodore, carpet weaver 411 • 

E 41 h: 
BreitengroBse Wm, carpet weaver, Center 

cor 10th. 
Brennan .Mary, dressmaker, 40 (Jilbjt. 
Bristol Emni.i G, news depot, I' 1 1. 
ESroflicr Slro-i (Henry and Hirman). 

Brick and Tile .'SInfrs and Feed ilill, cor 

W lltli and Seymour. 
Brocker Charles, grocer, 58 Vresteru ave. 
Broker '\Vm, sewing machines, 4(.>'; Main. 
Brown Wm II, restaurant, 437 -Main. 
Buchholz B & Co (Benno Bucliholz. Se- 
bastian Eudenmiller), drucs, 422 ."\Iaiu. 
Buerger-Iteinig Co (capital, sl00,000i, John. 

Ueiuig pres, W C Heinig sec, maltsters, ' 

]\Iaiu cor .Merrill. 
Bullis it Buckless (Nelson L Bullis John 

E Buckles:-), livery, 27 W Division. 
Burger John F, music teacher, 54 Olh. 
Burglmrdt Gustav, county iiurch.isiug agt. 
Buike Jeremiah, livery. Hi li 4l!i. 
Burke K it -M (^Kate and Mary), dressmkrs, 

5y7 I\Iain. 
Burntou -Mrs E H, news depot, 21 Forest, 
Burrow.s George S it Co (George S Bur- 

row.a, James H Smith), cariiage tops, 

Division cor Macy. 
Burtch Abrani, cigar ninfr, ,'~'.) W r>ivi-ion. 
Bush Henry A. stenoj.T, Court llnu-e. 
Bu».!l t^ BJill (Henry E Ba>h. I'iiarles 

L Hill), Carriage Trimmers, 35 W 2J. 

(&,• iHh\ p 311 ) 
Business -Men's Assn, S D Wyatt pre^, .5 

T Greene sc^c, 450 Main, 
Buss Herman J, iiliolngr. 575 Jlain. 
Bussewitz Ferilinand J, saloon, 014 -Main 
Cameron it Co (Walter H and Francis S 

Caineron), dry goods, 152 .Main. 
Campbell Hul;u J. saloiui, 55 W Scott. 
Cnroy E'tiuiii .\, Pres First National 

Bank and Propr Palmer House, cor She- 
boygan and -Main. {See lulo. 11 ,^;^.] 
Carpenter Charles E, woolen mills, 4 ra e. 
Carr Calvin, livery. 20 pj Division. 
Carrier David, blacksmith, cor Scott and 

Franklin. 
Carroll Mrs Masruie, dressmakr, 215 Main. 
Carstens Okie, baker, 101 Hdrn.-v. 
Cautield Patrick, shoemaker. 555 Main. 
Chadbourno Cyrus, photogr, ;iS Macy. 



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FOrJD ©L5 LAC, WiSCO^•JSB§^3. 

Which of itself is oiia of the Largest Houses of ttie kiiiil in the State, with large wnnhoiiscs In iliffer- 
<-M parts c£ the city, the eutire area beinc over four ncres of floorase, iu wliich to store and display 
K<.ods. In these stores will be found the greatest variety of goods on earth. There is harily a thin;^ 
tliatcan be mentioned but what is to be found, and each aud every article will be solil for -.'J per cent. 
!• s^ than the re;?ular vliolesale price of other dealers. To buy elsewhere is to lose money. 

OVER 400 STYLES OF CHAMBER SETS, 

OVER 200 STYLES OF PAHLO:? SETS, 

OVER (GO PATTcPr^S IH CARPETS, 
25 DIPFEREWT STYLES 1 ^' COOK STOVES, 

OVER DO DIFFERENT STYLES I fj PARLOR STOVES, 

Tniuks and V.ilisi-s— tlie c^-eatest assorliu"nt in 111.- S'ate. l.ar;;e stock of decorated China and Glass- 
ware, Portier and Lace C'urtain^;, a fine display Window Sharles, «. dilTcreut desisns of Hacks, 
"Busses, Carriages, Buggies, Road Carts, Culter.s, Slti.:.'hs— the largest stock to select 
from. Pianos, Or^^'ans and JIuRicai Inslrnmenis vt all kinds. Hardware 
Tools. Dry Goods, Oroceri.-;. Notions, Fancy Good.-s in Kreat variety. 
Please call and be conviuted for yourselves. 



PORTING GOOOS of Ail Kinos A SPEOiALTY. 

AGENTS FOR RADIANT HOME STOVES. 



.A. C^I^ID. 

To Merchants and Manufacturers we w.>uM .-.ay, wh.'u in need of money aud you want to realize 
'■ IV ^tock, you will always find W. H. POST ready to buy and pay you SPOT CASH tor any kind of 
*'"' '^ '^■hleh you may have for sale. 

fST' Itemen\ber and keep this in your mind. Remember, also, goods will have to be sold at a dis- 
'■ u:t from regular prices. Correspondence solicited from any one wishing; to dispose of goods, which 
*' ' '■'■'^eive prompt attention. 

Very Respectfully Yours, 

AV. II. POST. 



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Cliapieiiii T!io:i)ii«i, Saloon and liest- 

auraii!,, o57 Main, res 4 Elm. 
Chiipman Almon W, bottler, 47 W John- 

Bon. 
CLase AYm 11, organs, 4G3 Main. 
Clieney Seymour 11, stoves, 418 Main. 
Chica;:;o, .Mihvauliee &, Si Paul liy, JoLn 

C Heitlmhn agt, 98 Forest. 
Chicago & Northwestern Ry, F W Crapsey 

act, W Division cor Brooke. 
Cliristian.'-cu Iltnry, liarlier. 424 Main. 
Church Anson I', uiihoiblerer, 14 E Divi- 
sion. 
Cilj' "Sollcr ^iJills, Allen & Treleven 

Proprs. '27 Forest. 
Clancy Tboinas ,1, dry goods, o'JG Main. 
Clark Linus \V, dairvman, 444 .Main. 
Clement Charles L, biksmitli, .Macy cor 2d. 
Cleveland Chiirles O lire marshal, 2:i7 Main. 
Clish Louis, saloon, S7 Uosendale ave. 
Colo \Vm E, banker. Main cor Forest. 
Coh'naan Thomas E.mufrs' nst.lOli Forest. 
Collins A Frank, carpenter, 10 ^V Cd. 
Colnian Eliini, U S di.Mrict atty, cor Jlain 

and Forest. 
Colman ]!ev 11 K, 100 E Division. 
Colman it Sulherlauc! (Eiihu Colman, Dan- 
iel D Siithcrlaml), lawyers, 3 Forest. 
CoiiinK'Dwealth Printing Co, O C Slcen- 
berg prcs, P IJ Ilaber sec, piiblrs Com- 
monwealth, 18 Forett. 
Conauhton Philip, saloon, 370 >4ain, 
CoiiKtiil ^"S'lti l>, Lawyer, City Justice, 
Court and U S Coniniissioner, 401 Main. 
Convent of .Mercy, Mother Alovsius super- 
ior, i;9 E 2d. 
Convent of St A.s;ncs. Ai^ncs IleZothe 

motlier superior, ICO Division. 
Cooke & Ilass (Charles S Cooke, August F 

Ilasr.), llnur and feed, ,'52.") Main. 
Corbeille P T .t Bn i; Peter '1' and Xapolcun), 

meals, 84 Brooke. 
Coicorau ifc Rvan (Edward F Corcoran, 

Thomas \V Ryanl, sah.on, 04t) Main, 
Cornwcll Charles S, hardw>ire. 'yM .Main. 
Coughliu Bros (Wni H and Edward L), 

meals, 17 Forest. 
Courtney ^Vm, harness, 419 Main, 
(.'raig \Vm H, confectioner, ."jHO Main. 
Crescent Opi ra House, P B Uaber mngr, 

Jlarr cor 2d. 
Crippen Daniel O, vet surgeon. 41 Macy. 
Crowley Bros (Patrick and John), saloon, 

3S9 Main. 
Dahlem Frederick, baker, .OOl Jlain. 
Dairy Biiard of Trade, Henry Bush pros, 

J R Bloom sec. 
Ii>nlisii:iii Aiit;i9»t <', State Agent The 
Binlsall Co, 20 and 22 3d. (Sie adv, p 
310.) 



Daly i^ Hovey (Chailes Daly, MicLa,. 

Hovey). saloon, 5'iC) Main. 
Dana George P, hardware, o32 Main. 
Dana James T, drugs, .j;;0 JLain. 
Daniels John A, baths, 11 Sheboygan. 
Danks George D, painter, W Division coi 

Sophia. 
Danks Harvev D, carpenter. 21 E Scott. 
Danks Wra H, painter, I'J E Scott. 
Davis it Co (Eli C Tompkius), grocers, 2.> 

Forest. 
Decker Andrew J, dairy supplies, .567 

Main. 
De Gol3'cr John JI, carpenter. 11 "\V 1st. 
De Groat, Giddings &. Lewis (Charles H Di; 

Groat, George Giddines, On in F Lewisi, 

machinists. Duty cor Bees. 
Debuert \Vm F, Inick mnfr, 12 Griffith. 
Delany Edmund, city clerk, Forest cor 

Macy. 
Do Sombre Herman 0, jeweler, 4S3 Main. 
De Sombre Karl L, physician, 4S2 Main. 
Diamond Yeast Co, Henry Hastings pres^ 

C' L Hastings sec, 701 ^lain. '■* 

Dick A<lain, carpet weaver, 18 Jlorris. 
Dick Peter G, barber, ."i.-,4 Main. 
Dickinson Cbailes E, ('ei;tist, 10 Forest. 
Dillon John "\V, photographer. 493 Main. 
Dins Julius II F, grocer, (j05 Main. 
Oiltituir BSciH')- <', Dyeing and Scour- 
ing; Feathers Renovated; Cleaning Done 

on Short ^Notice, 29 V/ Division^ (&f 

iulD, p 313.) 
llobricdt Jose)>h, und.erlaker, ;!21 Main. 
Dockcvty Duucan B. ma^ou, 150 M.-.in. 
Dodi^e Ivdward F, pbvsician, 4"i0 Main. 
Dougherty John W, horseshoer, 11 E 3J. 
Dreis Jacob, tailor. 309 Main. 
Driiikwine John D, b.iiber. 91 ^V Division. 
Druinniond Robert, wool, 1 1th. 
DnlVy & McCrory yVixu cis F Duffy, J.'bc 

H MeCrorj), lawyers, 4iJ3 Main. 
Duslin John, laundry, P () l.ldg. 
Dyer Andrew, carriages, 13 E 4th. 
F^Mslinan Rev Gt'orgc B, 54 2d. 
Eaton Hiram W, bottler, 20 E 9lb. 
Eberbardt Jacob, blacksmith, 13 E 4th. 
Ebert Rudolph, loans, 390 .Main. 
C<l!>«Mi »V Son (Willard and Solon "iVi. 
Stair Kuihlers' Supplies and Chunh 
Furniture. 57 Western ave. 
Edwards & Burch (Wm 11 Edwards, Guy 

C Burch), painters, 41 5th. 
Egclhon' Wm, shoes, 507 M.ain. 
Eirgers Frank, meats, CCS Main. 
Eegers G, cheese mnfr. 
EL'gert Jc4in E, grocer, 612 Main. 
Fillers PetiT J, wagonraaker. 33 \V 2 1. 
Ebrbart Philip C, saloon, 599 .Main. 
Eickmever Bertlia. dressmaker, 770 Main. 



Ctiicap CI Gfafid '[mi % 



The Favorite Route East 

VIA NtACARA FALLS. , 



I. • n + «K« THE CKODE'.HER -ilXFr, CO., Mannfuctiirers of MEAT RCTRIGEGATOES 

i'enlhSrcTOrS. mkaT KOCKKK*. KLlVAIOliS of all kinds. riUl'S. BISKAVEItY >IA(liIM;Ky, 
lUMH.Mf JACKS, ROlsllSQ JIACSUNEliY, Eto. ol-2-.514 CU.HaERCK blKKKT, MIUVAIKEE, WIS. 



FON 



AXD BUSINESS DIKECTORY. 



FOX 



311 



Carriags Triimars and Upliolstersrs. 



JIANUFACTURERS OF 





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eysi;iQ;is. falls. 

FULL BACKS. 
SHAFT TBIiT^inGS, ETC. 

35 West Secoiid St. 



M. D. MOORK, rr.-si.l.-iit. 



C. A. OAI.r.OWAY, Vi 



G. N. MIHILI.S, S.XTetary. 



1U;NRY W. MOORE. 



MOOEE ^ GALLOWx^Y LU2,IBER CO, Limited, 



MANVFAC1..I- 



OF AND DKALERS I.N 



Lath, Shingles, Dressed Lumber, Sash, Doors, Bliuda and Mouldinfrs, 
Brackets, Window and Door Frames made to order. 

(j'nfrnl <.mn.,Ynr,!.ir.,l Mill. cor. l-„.krran.MIMVilli;.,nsSts., T^nTJT) T)U T, A P. WT*^ 
Krilndi (inicf nii.1 Var.l, cor.Uiiiii :in,l .)!errill Ms., i U i1 JJ U U Ul\\J^ VVIO. 






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SENSE 



SLEIG 



Lo<^<>,ing, Mining, Farm or City Use. 

• B. F. & H. L. SWEET, Sole Manufacturers, 

Also builders of improvod freight wagons and veliicles of all kinds. 
FOMD DU LAO, - Vlf ISCOS^SirJ. 



V ,^_^ ^ 10, 12 niid It Fonrtli St., Fond du I.ac, VS'U. 

'C^S ^""eiF« LARGEST STOCK OF OIL CLOTH AIID CARPETS. 



mm c[;;ieiiL i fi, 



DIRECT ROUTE |ifjn 



to all POINTS in h 



iJliliiUill lb. in, 



312 



FON 



"WISCONSIN STATE GAZETTEER 



FON 



Eldrcdge Charles A, lawyer, 36 Sheboy" 

gan. 
Esickii!^ CliJirlcs I^ Real Eslntp, 

Loans and Abstracts, 407 j^Iain. {f^ee 

ado, opp. ) 
Eadicolt Kev George W (Methodist), 63 W 

Arudt. 
Engel Albert, carpenter, 7 W Follctt. 
Errard t'alicc E, Groceries, Crock- 
ery. Flour aad Feed, Notions, Etc, 103 

and lOo W Scott. (&e adv, p 317.) 
Esterbrook C F, chee'-c mufr. 
Etir<(i>o:ii! BSoipi, Lot S Townaend 

I'ropr, n3 W Diviri.jn. 
Evaus Kdmund S, meats, Morris cor Mili- 
tary. 
Ewer Mrs \, carpet weaver, 40 W 1=1. 
Exchange Hotel, Tipple & Cook proprs, 

3G7 Main. 
Fargo Martin V, house mover, 17 E John- 
son. 
Farnum Mi?s Mary E, notions. .'J21 Main. 
Fehrlng A Henry, saloon, 505 Main. 
Ferber Wni 11, county surveyor. 
Fergu.=on Uvvcn, county clerk, Court House. 
Fesiler Uev Josepli (Catholic), 107 iLir- 

quette. 
Finncgan & JIcLain (Matthew Finnogan, 

Jerome It McLiin), grocer.'., 258 ."^Liin. 
Fijay.clbPi'i; Cfc 55 ax (Fri\l Kinzelberrr, 

John L ll.i.'.i, .Saloiiti. 515 Main. 
First .\itli<):iaj J*a;ik «>r FojkI citi 

Lac (C'liiilal, .■jl-J5,()Ua; .Siir))lu.', 870- 

000), i;dv,-in A Carey I'rcs, James 15 

Perry CJasli, u w cor ;\I lin and Forest. 
Fitzgerald Michael, blacksiniib, M K 1st. 
Pitzslramons M it Son (M;iurice and M.iu- 

rice jr). slioeg, 510 Main. 
Flynn Nora E, drcs.sniaker. 10 \\ i; cs. 
Foelach Charles, grocer, i:9S .Main. 
Folkers I'eler P, medicine mnfr, yd cor 

Marr. 
Folkers Mrs llosa A, drrssniakfr, 77 M :id. 
Fond da Lac Cil)' Hand, Charles Itiilzke 

ningr. 
Fond do I.io C.irnet Bull, E F Luhn 

inngr, 177 \V l)ivi-ii>n. 
E<»ii<l till !!.,!ii" <out!ti' .^hstract 

Ollice. C L Encking TrnVr, -107 Main. 

(Sec add. npv.) 
Foiwl 4lii l!,ae S'ilo A%'i»rli>i, Henry 

Soberer I'lopr, lii W Johnson. (.Stc; 

ado. p SI'k) 
Fond dn Lrc Free Public Library, Miss 

Emma Rose librarian. 4:58 ]^liin. 
Fond du Lac Gas Light Co. Joseph .\n- 

drews pres, John Rogers mngr. 10 W 2d 
Fond du Lac Iron Co, Joseph 15 Coolidge 

pres, James 15 Perry sec, n w cor Main 

and Forest. 



Fond du Lac Journal. Beeson & Beesoa 

publrs, 15 Forest. 
i'oiid «iii Jaw National Bank 

(Capital. ;>100,000 ; Surplu.^, ^20.000, 

C A Galloway Pres, O A Knapp Caih 

471 Main. 
Fond du Lac Paper Box Co (capital, $10.- 

000). L F .\IcLeaii pres and sec, cor 

Division and Portlaml. 
FoiKl <lu I.ac Eloller ^liMs, O L 

Helmer Propr, 591 Main. 
Fond du Lac Water Co, Th.imas F Flagler 

pres, Wm Kelnicke sec, 10 \\ Roes. 
Fontaine Nelson, grocer, 80 Brooke. 
Fouclier Miss A. carpet weaver, OS Brooke. 
Fountain Cit}' Hotel, Jo.seph Kayser pronr, 

407 :Main. 
Fox Francis N, hals. 473 Main. 
Fo.'*: Jo-CDh. grocer, 17 H 4tb. 
Fritz Wu'i, saloon, Oil .'Main. 
Fuller Aaron, shirt mnfr, SOS Main. 
Furstnow Charles A, haruc^';, 410 .Main. 
Furstuow A; Co (August H and Charles A 

Furstnow), jewelers, 405 .Main. 
Gallov.-ay E .V, creamery. 
Galviu Joseph F, shoe.s, 401 M nn.~^ 
Garner Paul, shoemkr, 112 \V Division. 
f^arviii Jt'«so S*, Dentist. •151 ALiin. 
Gary !Mary E. dressmaker, 4S0 .Main. 
Gault Irving L. farm imp's. 50! Main. 
Gerhard Jacob \V. baker, 3'.I4 .Main. 
Gibion iMis Mary L, grocer. 547 Main. 
Giciow Mrs Herman, ciolhing. 552 Main. 
GilUa Nathan C. lav.'vcr, IS Fore-t. 
Gdlett George M. phys, 1.53 E Division. 
GiUelt T K, clerk of court, C uirt House. 
Cilsou Norman S, circuit juilgi>. 
Q laser &. McCurmick (Louis G Gla'rr, Wm 

II Mct'iirmick), groeers 575 .Main. 
Glasow Wni, grocer, 756 Main. 
Gober ."\Iary A, grocer. 270 M-iin. 
Goldstucker Louis, ju-:lice. Main cor She- 
boygan. 
Gores John 11, grocer, 200 Maiu, 
GouL-b Thomas, grocer, 302 Main. 
Goulermnut Charles dairy, 14 Cynthia. 
Gouli rrnoiit \Vn\. cheese mnfr, 7 miles n e. 
Gracsile Julius ifc (^l (.Julius and Julius 

Graessle ,ir). publr.s Volks Zeitung. 
Grafto;i Rev Charles C (Episcopal), 15 

Sophia, 
Grandt John, bro.im mnfr. 19 \V Rces. 
Grans Wendeliu, saK.ou, 2rs Main. 
Graves Leroy, general store, '.ij W Scott. 
Grebe C it Co (Charles Grebe, Peter J 

\Vickert), meats, 301 Main. 
Green xVnnie S, dres-m iker, 14 W 1st. 
<j;ri'<'iio .Saiiio 'l\ R"al Estate, In- 
surance and Postmaster, cor Macy and 

Forest. 



North St n r Iron Works. ) Cnimrity, .">00 hnnds-Kmineers, .Mnrhinists, Fonnders, noilcriiinkiri. 
1M«!MI Jl.OlF.mi i;iN(i CI). -.lUll«rlL-hts. su.v Mill }1h. I,i„er.v. Mininv- ■>I,i,ia,i..ry, Corll-H 33.J llk-h 
Ashland, - - Wisconsin. ) S|ieod tuginen, BoIUt^, I'ovtrTraasmiltlng .Machliierj, etc. See p. 



nmB^tfi'B r'^ 'S'TMf* AreiuiJorjfJnnii rtconmi»nd«d by tlie best Meiilcal RothoriHes 
Uj\ 3"- ' J ' • i B i 1 "^ and by thn leadine riiisiciansof all Sclioolsof JlciJirine. Ihcrt 
tJUllVl'ii bJi 3 2 V i%i> fire KO BEITtli BATli^ anynhcre Iliau at J.'.Si^VlI.L;;, WIS. 

rON AND BUSINESS DIEECTORT. FOX 313 

MANUFArrrnrrs or 
^ PORTAIil.i:, STATIOXAliV and TiiACTION FARM ENflI\V:S, CIKCULAR 
/; ,), SAW 3IIILS. riBHATIKG AI'ROX Si;PAI!AT01!S. STKA31 IIEATINO 
, ■ •'''^';^ BOir.KliS and IiADlAT01;S. FACTOBt, ArBUKX. X. V. 
'■-''■' ■ ."^v Belting, Hose and Steam ^-^^^ ., 

V ■ Vi^ Fitting Kept in Stock. ' '^"-^ ^ ■*■' 

r^i^ol -..M A. C, D'\LLMANN, -"^V^ 

VZ.^W. .- vX^^-^N;/ State Agent, y^/\ 

--^'liii-ll^^ 20 aid 22 Ttiiril SI,, ^~^. 
FOXD DJJ L,A€, - WIS€0^8SX. 




E. A. CAEfiB^Y, E»roprie««r. 

First-CIass in all its Appointments. 

Comfort of Guests a Specialty. 

COItlVHIi SIIKI?4)V«; AX .4M> .1IAI.\ STill:j:!S, 

FOND DU LAC, - _ WISCONSIN. 



<tC^^-:- --^- ^4, F O SJ W T A i r-.! C S T Y 

z^/^l:^, '"^<l Sleam Byeiim aiii Scoariiiff Eslalteitaeiit 

/ '■;.■..',• . 'X B8, <'. JUTr^aAlJ, Pro!>riolor. 

/ ; ~:^:--. ... " \ 

{ ; '■•.■;;■ \ j 29 West Division Street, - . FOND DU LAO, WIS. 



V 



Silks, \V,itilcii.>^, Crapes im.i jMerinoe.s Fcoureil ami dyeil nil 
colors iu llk^ he.st style. Halt Cotton (ioods dye.l phiin coL.ra. 
, . .•..- Also, C.entlemoirs Clotliin?-, Laili.-s' clonks nn.i Mantillas aud 

\ ^ Kid Gloves cUancl. C)M velv.-t inide up lit^e ii-w. 

\,:. „ .'v,'- Cleaning Done on Short Notice. 

rSSOTARY PUBL8C 



REAL ESTATE, LOAN ^D ABSTRACT OFFICE 

'■l'»ctiniis of all Kici.ls iironiinlv attend.-d to. Kxi-li,lii--(>, Pas^a^-e and Transportation. Hav.) the 

t'Uly comj.l.jte Abstract nf '1 jtles to all IVopertv in I-Viii.l I)u I.ac County, tip't^ial Atcrntiou civen 

to Conveyici? Property, IHav.-ins li.-f.N. ?I.irlff:it;-js Leases, I'ower.s of Attorney, and 

other Inatranients, Makinj Abstracts, Si-aretinir.: Jiidjiii.'nts and Taxes, Paylnc; 

Taxes and Ne^otiatinji; Loans on Fir-tCla-s s.vnrjty on Ileal Kstate. 

<*>^ Main St., on). First National liaiik", FONl) DU h\(\ Wl's. 



WiSCOiiSlN VEhET!A[] BLIND CO.. ,., ;-^'--<^™--r «-,. 

On;csA Factor), 2S1 Lake St., JIlL'.iAlKEE, MIS. LgL83I jLilprGVSG V0l!2l]8n uiiiiDS, 




FON 



WISCONSIN STATE GAZETTEER 



FON 



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Griffin E L, [.liysician, 29 t^bebnygJiu. 
Grueuhfrrk it (t'BriL-a (..John FGrueoheck, 
•a--,, ThoDi'is H O'Bricni. dry irooi!i,ol4 Main. 
^j5i> Giieiillier GottlrictI, Saloon, 587 

Main. 
^xi» Guile Solomon S, veterinary sure;, 30 E 3d. 
^^& Haas Lniiis F, v,-a50nmkr, WidcorMacy. 
•«>»i3 Haber Phintlan B, printer, 18 Forest. 
*^'S llal^fi'l^cra L & Co iLouis and Johanna 
^A=j HabEikorni, tailors, 431 Main. 
^3 Hadlock .Mrs D E, dressmaker, 26 W 1st. 
1^^ Hadlock Mrs M A, dressmaker. 26 W 1st. 
icansa Haenssen John H, tinsmith, '-'Ai Main. 
,j^j^ Haentze Ernest, lloritt, 72 Linden. 
^^3" Hall Kobert V, music teacher.oS W Colton. 
P^ H.all Wm G, music teacher, ?,.'. W CoUon. 
'^^ Hall's Ban.l and Orchestra, K V Hall di- 
rector, 33 W Colton. 
g^a Hamfllou Alfred K, lumber mn/r, 113 W 
Division. 
Hamilton Henry, loans, 8 E 1st. 
Handt Chailes L, insurance, 43.5 Main. 
Hanson Henry .1, confectioner, .019 ^lain. 
5 Harns Patrick W, marblewkr. I'J Forest. 
„ Harrison Postal Ba^ U.ack Co. F B Hos- 
J kins pres, C R Harrison genl mngr, 24 
n Shebovo;an. 
^ Hartmai'iX'harles O, stoves, 400 .Main. 

Haskell Charles \\ , shoes, 4.")y Main. 
3 )Iaf3 Herman G, brick mnfr, 71 .Morris. 
J Hastings Henry, meats, 433 Main. 
rf Hatcher M.ary Ann, probate re.si.stcr. 
" llazen Loren E, physician, 23 E 6th. 
^ Heber Chailes H, saloon. :)>) W Scott. 
_ Heider Mai^dalena, dre.5=maker, 77 4th. 
a Hein Charles F, .saloon. 13 Forest. 
2 Helmer U & .M B (Cyrus D and Merrilt 
=• E), grocers. ■'iSO Main, 
i CSeStnoi- i>JcSvin i!5, Flour, Feed, 

Grain and .'^n d-. .j'.U .Main. 
Ds llt^'litior Orriii B^, Pri'|ir Fond dii 
Eac Holler .Mills. .j'.U .Main, 
Henniii.Lj C J, brick mnfr, 16 Greenwood. 
Henry Bros (Clarence \V and George A), 
'\ Hour and feed, .'j.53 Main. 
•J? llildrcth GeoiL'e A. denli.t. .j38 Main. 
'^^ Hiner Joseph \V, lawyer, P bMir. 
L^ Hochel Uev Philip (Lutheran), r,-2 E l.st. 
*^ Hooy Thomas J, lawyer. ,517 Main. 
'if\ Hope tieorge. eonfrciioner, 41(i Main. 
■iso llubcr I'.ros, Jacob (; lhil)er pres and sec, 

drui'cists. -ir,0 Main. 
^ Hnber A; Fnhrman Drn.g Mills (capital. 
/^ $2.),00o), J C Huher pres and ,scc, cor 
ggg Mai(|Uette and Sibley. 

Huelsmaiin Gt-orije A, grocer, '21^ Main. 
',3 Hughes & Co (Ira \Y HuLdics), laundry, 17 
E 1st. 



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Otis), hardware, 4G(.) .Alain. 



Icko Mrs Mary, midwife. 123 Marr. 
Ja.gfeldl Casper H, saloon, 03 Forest. 
Johnson Charles it Son (Charles and Fred- 
crick C). ice, W Arndt nr river. 
Johnson \Vm. barber, 543 Main. 
Jones David D, cheese mnfr, 7 miles s. 
Jones Edward H, .crocer, 430 Main. 
Jones Airs Jennie E, music teacher, 00 E 

1st. 
Jutbert Joseph, saloon, 23 Court. 
Juvenile Band, David Boiidry director, ,>.; 

Thomas. 
Kaler B F .t Co (Benjamin F and Wm C 

Kaler), photographers, .j30 Main. 
Kalt Michael, saloon, 462 M>iin. 
Katz liaphael. clothing, ISl Main. 
Kaufman M & Co (.Michael and John F 

Kaufman), tailons, 4^7 Main. 
Kavanagh John, cooper, 60o Main. 
Kayser John, grocer, 425 .Main. 
Kavser Jo>.eph, propr Fountain City 

Hotel, 407 Main. 
Keenau Uev Joseph J (Catholic), 7 E Fol- 

lett. 
Keil .Matthias, cooper, ^[cWiHihm? nr 

Main. 
Kelly Anthony A, lawyer, 464 Main. 
Kenney (.)iven, hotel. 21 E 4th. 
Kent Edward, >;ents' furui';hin;;s. ('.'2 .Main. 
Kent it Gei-se (\Vm F Kent; Charles F 

Geis.se), drugs, .522 .Main. 
Keyser Christopher, blacksmith, 31 W 2d. 
Kidder Uev Samuel T (Congregational), 03 

Merrill. 
Kienow August, tailor, 131 W Division. 
Kilmer ^Irs Louise, carpet weaver, .5S4tb. 
King ifc Schmcling (Xavicr King, August 

SclinKlinL'1. saloon, 415 M;>.in. 
Klee Jo.ipU C. saloon, .517 .Main. 
liiiopHc .\l!ifi-t, .Meats, 505 .Main.opp 

Court House. (Hce cn/i:. p.:l5.) 
Kobs C Julius, saloon, 597 Main. 
Kobs Ernst, saloon, 412 .Main. 
Koerner .Mrs Catherine, grocer, 513 ."\Lain. 
Kolb Edward, shoes, 6('.(') Main. 
Kolb Peter J, tailor, 17 sth. 
Konz Fredi-rick, saloon, (3 Western ave. 
KopkaT. cheese mnfr. 
Korrer Edmund X, saloon, 84 W Division. 
Korrer Wm, hotel, 23 W Division. 
Krause Theodore, shoes, 262 .Main. 
Kretlow Gsistav A, cigar mnfr, 544 Main. 
Kninime Frederick, drugs. 408 Main. 
Ivnimme Simon A, physician, 400 Main. 
Kuenne August, baker, 182 Main. 
Kuenne Giistave, jeweler, 470 Main. 
Kuhn .A[ it C (.Mary andChristine), milliners, 

583 Main. 
Kulcks Henry P, grocer, Forest cor Brooke. 
Kummerow Henry, pottery mnfr, 24 South. 



Chicap S Gfand Truck lij, 



Palace and Dinin.o- Cars 

ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. 



t\\\m fi Gfand Truol h 



Palace and Dining: Cars 

ON ALL THROUGH TRAirJS. 



FON 



AND BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 



FON 



MANrrACTl'RF.R OF AND DKALEii IN 

STOYES, TFil, COPPER and SEEET IROII WARE 

Galvanized Iron Pipe and Cornice, Sewer Pipe, Etc. 

^^-' lJ 

S)«i'ial attention to the littins; up or Hot Air Funiaoes, Batli Kounis and Water Closets. PLUMB 
ING in all its Hi aiiehes. All Work Warranted. 



C""! 



E33 ItvdlciiK. Street, 



I^OInTI^ XDTT Xj-^O, ^v^^ti; 



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gs&a CKZ fBfac^sca M> c^u l:';^:^ kJ:4 >J Vo^ siaii r?Jiaa»iii riani »y 

DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 



505 MAIN ST., OPP. COURT HOUSE, 



Form DEJ LAC, 



v/iscor^3Sir^. 



FOND DU LAC FILE WOfiKS, - Henry Scherer, Fropr. 



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Files and na-p? "f everv d.-snrii)tion manufactured and r.-rut. Send l"or price list. 
No. 32 W. JOKHSOfJ STREET, - FOHD DU LAC, VVIECOf 



MAIN & ZACHERL, 

Undertakers and Emba!iTi8rs( \ 



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<s 






FOND DU LAC, WIS. 

A Select Line of i:etallic and Clolh Caskets. .:^-ii^i 



y^r^,^.M'3:-''^:^, 



And all the e'luipriieiit.s of a first class undortakinfr establiKhuient. 

Maoagemt-nt of fuuerals given special attention. Orders attended to In the country, as wt-ll a; 
city. Open day and uij^lit. 



ILllilOiS CEllTBsL P,, R 



DIRECT ROUTE I! 
I to all POINTS 



7!: mm w:iL 



ILLIilS CEiilB/iL P„ I 



Short and Direct 
Route from 



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316 



FON 



WISCONSIN STATE GAZETTEER 



FOX 



Kurlis & Doyle jlis.-cs (Loui.=c .7 Kurlis, 

Anna M Doyle), milliners, 4G3 Main. 
Lafore John, grocer, \\'niipun cor Rosen- 
dale avc. 
Lainouche Miss Mary D, music teacher.lOo 

WaupuD. 
Lauge Louis A, publr Reporter, postofllce 

bllig. 
jLaueustein F & Son (Franz and Franz II), 

liquors, -193 Main. 
Lauglilin lliraiii K, dry !Tooi1.-j, 2~ Forest. 
Lauson Felix, funiiture, 17 W Divi-ion. 
Leonard L D, flour mdl, :1 miles e. 
Level Samuel, ccal, .M.Ht M.iiii. 
Level & Hunter (Siimucl A Level, John P 

Hunter), meats, 50i1 Main. 
Lewis House, Slepheu Obcrreich propr, 

401 Main. 
Ley Julius, carpenler, 7C"2 M^iin. 
Linseumej'cr Gottlol), phys, -iOS Main. 
Little Egliert 11, grocer, 4") \V" Scott. 
Loschcr & Wagner (Wui li Lonelier, John 

AVagncr), livery, 21 Sheboygan. 
Louis it Lapidus {llirsh Louis, !Meyer 

Lapidns). fruits, o^il Main. 
Lowell Julius, transfer, 4G IC Si. 
Lulhe Henry, w.ngonmliv, 40 W Division. 
jMcCourt ik "C'udworth (Ifeury S .McCourt, 

Joel L Cudworth), real est, 50'i Main. 
JlcC.'rory John H, disl atty, 4013 Main. 
3IcDerinolt I!erniird,clntf police. S>i \V 1st. 
WcDermott Wm, insurance, 4;!S Main. 
McDonald Alexander, lumber, 9 Forest. 
lUcGinley ]\Liry Jj,drcssad-Lr,47 Sheboygan. 
McGowan Maurice, photogr, 453 .Nlaiu. 
JIcHugh Mrs Mary, .saloon, yU7 Main. 
McKenna JIaurice, hiwyci-, ol7 Main. 
WcLaiu Daniel \V, undertal^er, olM Main. 
McLaughlin I'inrick. saloon, 41 Vv' Scott. 
McLean t'harlcs, wagonmkr, 20 \V '2d. 
McLoughlin E Iward, phys, 579 Main. 
McMill m Mrs Jane, grocer, 341 Main. 
McXccl J Henry, physician. 33 Sheboygan. 
Main Nathan, carpenter, 17 \V 3d. 
B£:i!:i tV Zuciiorl (.Martin Main, Louis 

Zaclierl). Undertahers, D".8 JMaiu and cor 

Main and .Ichnson. (.Si(; lu/r, v ,-?X5.1 
Maloney j\Ir3 Anna, grocer. IRl \\f Scott. 
Maloney Kdward L, ins, 404 Main. 
Jtann S-ilein D, liusiness college. 543 JIaiu 
Marcoe Francis Fj. saloon, 531 Main. 
Slarsh Ourdon, carpenler, 33 Center. 
Marshall CljarlesH, rooting, 9 Oak. 
Marshall Mrs Mary \V, medicine mnfr, 14 

Oak. 
Martin Edward C, poultry breeder, 453 

Main. . 
Martin Hugh E. undertaker, 3S5 Main. 
Martin Patrick II, cily atty, 4ijG .Main. 



Jlason \V i^. J E (Wm and John E), crock- 
ery, 491 Main. 

Mason tt Bodine (Frank E 'Mason, Frank 
Bodine), painters, 33 W 3il. 

]\I.itson tt Ingram (Theodore JIatson, John 
Ingram), livery, 20 E 3d. 

Matteson t'lark S, lavfyer, 49-1 !\Iain. 

Matthews George W, baker. SiiO Main. 

Mayliam Thomas F, pliysiciau. 518 Main. 

:Mea Mary, dressmaker, 38 Gillet. 

Mears George V, physician, 532 Main. 

Merryninn Joseph A, clothing, 453 Main. 

Metroiiolitau Band, Frank J Raiilt director. 

Meyer John, saloon, 30t) JIain. 

Michler Herman A, carriage mnfr. 31 F. 
3-1. 

Mihills Wm 11. lumber, 23 WeMern ave. 

Miller Albert \V, harbor master, 3S Tern 
perauce. 

Miller Calvin, carpenter, 102 Doty. 

:\liller Frank F. saloon, 403 .Main. 

Miller & Eberharl (Henry S Mider, Chris- 
tian Eberhart) photographers. 513 Main. 

Jlills Cliarles, confectioner, 4^0 .Main. 

Milwaukee Uousc, Julius >last pri;pr, 15 
E 4th. 

Mitchell Irving N, cily suiit schools. 

Mitchell & Pfeil (Jo.M-ph M Mileliell, An- 
ton Pfeil), dru.gs. 45 ( .^[ain. 

„Mogeusen Mrs Mary, dressmaker, 531 
Main. 

Morgensen AVm, saloon, 14 E 2 !. 

Molitor Bros (.Michael. Peter, Malhias and 
J I'sepb). carriage mnfrs, cor Johuson and 
Banniiter. 

I?!«»orc &i <;ii!!<»\vjsj- g.mtilu-r Co 
(Liuiiied). M M .Moore 'Pre^. C A Cado- 
w.ay Vice-rres and Trcas. G N Mi'iills 
Sec, II W Mt.ore, Mnfrs aad D -ilers in 
Lumber, cor Packer and Me \V'illi:'.nn. 

(Sir ,t<!i', p sn.) 

Moril/. .io.^eph P, wagonm-iker, ^[iiilary 

nr Hickory. 
Morrill Isaac C. propr WMnds-vr House. 
Morris Joseph J, nio.ils. 343 M on. 
Morris liichard L, dairy, 119 Morris. 
Mi>-h(r Mertou F, meats. 43 W Scott. 
MncciT .John L, grocer, 503 .Main. 
M'li'iit'T [..onis, countv tri'as. 471 .Main. 
SJiiir Oiivid, C A "While Mngr, Cheese 

Warehouse, \V' Division cor .Moore. 
.Mullen Thomas, millinery. 500 Main. 
Murphy Allen Jl. carpenter. 3.3 .Morris. 
Murjihy John, live sloi'k, 14 I'jdou. 
Musgat (Jrson H, harness, 5H Mdn. 
>;.aKl Juliuj, propr Milwaukee Hou-?o, 15 

E4lh. 
National Food Co, Robert //nke prcs, L J 

Zmke sec and treas, 13 W Divi.-mn. 
ISJaughton Miss Kate, dressmkr, 5S5 Main. 



7 W a W >ii(' B lor Sail-, ti 



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irtmeiit. A>"Xt"AI. CA'i 



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Ntwton Horace "SV, city eoffinter. 

Nichols John, arcbitect, 07' E 2i]. 

Nietmaou Wm, harne?s. 573 Miin. 

Nobie Henry L, restaurant, 475 ]Maiu. 

N(ir(l\vcsllicl)er Courier, \Vm F ^Veber 
publr, 25 Forest. 

Nnrtliern Pacific Express Co. J J Car- 
berry figt. Forest cor Macy. 

Norton Kate, dressmaker, 5S7 ;\Iain. 

Nowell Thomas S, borsetlioer, 12 E 3(1. 

Oberreich Stephen, propr Lewis House. 
401 Main. 

O'Connell Thomas, carpenter, 2G E 1st. 

O'Connor Seeley F, well linrer, 4 Goiiid. 

O'llallarsn JIary A, drc=sni:iker. 120 E 1st. 

Olinger Mary, dressmaker, 120 1st. 

U.-dway Charles T, saloon, 4t-"> Main. 

i"te Adolpli A, notions, riiO Main. 

rainier Jffoiise, E A Carey Propr, cor 
Main and Sheboygan. (>Ve ndc, p313.) 

Palmer t^penccr, printer, 545 Main. 

I'atizo Josepli, gen store, OG I'osendale av. 

Parkinson George H, saloon, 13G 15rooke. 

['arsons Francis F, coroner, 517 Main. 

Patclien Terah J, pbj'sician, 24 E Ist. 

P.Ut Ferdinand, saloon, 100 \V Scolt. 

I'.ilten.nill Rev W W (DaptisI). 

PiTkin.s George, lawyer. 517 Main. 

Puters Charles A, plumber, 15 Forest. 

Petitrs Herman, carpenter, 121 Doty. 

Peltilione C J ifc C^o (Cljiiuncpy J ami 
Chauncey V Pettiboce), dry goods, 448 
Main. 

Phelps Edward W, lawyer, 514 Main. 

Phelps Mrs Helen P, mdliner, 500 Main. 

I'iirce Charles L, plow mnfr, Macy cor 
Court. 

Pierrnn ,Iohn C, boilermaker, \\ Arudt. 

I'inkham Calvin AV, yeast mnfr, 72G Main. 

P'-.di)Isky Jo'-epli. clothinff, 450 JIain. 

I'om's Fair, Wra II Post Propr, Whole- 
sale and Uetail Furniture Store. Tin- 
ware, Jewelry, Walcbes, Guns, Saddles, 
llarccss, Pianos, Or<:aus, Cariiaces. 
Wagons, Crockery, Glassware, Trunks. 
Notions, Etc, 10 lo 14 4tb. (.Se right lot- 
!""i lineg (iiul p 509,) 



l*ost Win H, Propr Post's Fair, 616 
and 618 Main. 10 to 14 4lh and 440 and 
442 Main. {See right bottom Inus ami p 
309.) 

Postal Telegraph Cable Co, W E Cole 
mngr, 470 Main. 

Powrie J'ihn, painter, 11 W 1st. 

Powrie Kobert, marble worker, 20 She- 
boygan. 

Prefontaine Andrew, meats, 130 W Divi- 
sion. 

Prefontaine Ludger, meats. 54 i W Scott. 

Priest De Witt C. lawyer. 4':'4 "Main. 

Pritcbard O E &, Sons (Ow-en l-J, Wm E 
and John E), grocers, Prooke cor Arudt. 

Puis John, saloon, 571 .Main. 

Purdy Albert G, livery, 14 IC 1st. 

Putnam G AV, farm impls, Forest. 

Qucntin Peter N, grocer, 450 ^lain. 

Kaiiliil George S, dairy, 2 miles s w. 

Kadue Barney E, music dealer, 495 Main. 

Hank J C A, saloon, 212 Main. 

Katz John J, grocer, 173 .Main. 

Kay Isaac, carpenter, 52 W Follett. 

Reed Rev E 15 {.Methodist). 

Reeves & Son (\Xm H and John E), druM.. 
27 W Arndt. 

Rcilly Thomas, grocer, 427 Main. 

Reimcr Henry, barber. 113 Main. 

Pieinig John, stoves, 433 .Main. 

Remington La Barre J. drnys. 4S0 .Main. 

Repoiter.L A Lani;epid)lr, PostoHice bid?. 

Riehey Rev T S (Episcopal), 11 W Follett. 

R'cbter Aug\ist, county judge, Court House 

liidgewsy .Joseph & Sou (Jo=eph and 
Joseph H). die mnfrs, 114 W Division. 

Robbins Alfred, livery. 31 Forest. 

Rogers John, saloon, 10 W Division. 

Rook Andrew & Son (Andrew and Ar- 
thur), dairy, 2 miles s e. 

Rose Henry F, lawyer, 452 ^Main, 

l{ossncr Frank, maible work--, 358 Main. 

Roltmann John, shoemaker, 10 E 2d. 

Rucpiug Wm A; S.-)n3 (Frederick, Louis, 
Charles and Henry), tauneis, 102 Doty. 

I'lVder Qnstavu9 A. grocer, 53 \V Scott. 

Sackett Howard T. dentist. 491 Main. 



DE.\LKK IN 

Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, Tinware. 

FLOUR AND FEED, NAILS, NOTIONS, ETC. 

i'.*ii.ii pitoinTi: .V M'i:riA LTV. 

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St Jlonica IScliool, Sifters of Si Monica in 

charge, 13 Sopbia. 
.S!indt.T Frederick, furniture, 494 JIain. 
Sanders Philip, salonu, 65'J Main. 
S.iup Cliarlea A, meats, 413 Main. 
Schaefer C'hiislian, saloon, Arndt cor 

VVaupun. 
Schaefer Louisa, dressmaker, 1 Waupuu. 
Schaefer Micliacl, saloon, Wimlaor House. 
SfSlcrcr ISciiry, Propr Fond du Lac 
File Work.s, 32 \N' .Johnson. (Seeadi),p 
315.) 
Schmidt .Tacob, i)xinter, ."OTMiiii. 
Schmilz Max, music teacher, Portland cor 

Division. 
Sclioculaub Louis, mason, 40 .Marr. 
Scholl Jacob L^, saloon, -'t'lO >Liin. 
Scholl Peter, shoes, ."iTT .Main 
Schorr .John ,J, siiloon, 333 Main. 
S^■llll^'S^St'I■ SJros (Arthur and Albert), 

Brewers, 173 Hickory. 
Schulzs A Wm, baker, 703 >rain. 
Scribaor .T^imes Iv. flour, 39) Main. 
Sealy Wni F jr, well borer, 37 7th. 
Secley &. Morse (Edward A See!ey, Aaion 

ISi Morse), carpenter.s, o.i \V 2 1. 
Seifcrt Charles >[, harness, 11 K 3d. 
Seresse Nicholas, saloon, li'-o Jban. 
Serv.e House, Christopher Serwe propr, 350 

Main. 
Serwe Mathias, regist':r of deeds. Court 

House. 
Se.xmitjj Hodman F, tinsmitli, ■'j20 Main. 
Shepard Frank R, coal, 43^3 Main. 
Shepherd Augustus A, real estate, Olo 

Main. 
Sberzinger Germain, ic;weler, 40G Maia 
Simmons ^Ylltr)n U, notions, r,m .Main. 
Smalley U it A; Co (Delos H t^nialley), 

school furniture, P O block. 
Smith Charles U, lawyer, 4;iOMriin. 
Smith Mrs .1 U. st jvei, oJo Main. 
Smith l{ev S (Methodist). 
Smith it Fl iwer (Oiville S Smith, Charles 

W Flower), jewelers, 41.') Main. 
Sonntag Louis, barber, io.l Main. 
Speuce A & Son (.Vndrew and James A), 

crockery. 4!iO Main. 
Slack Stephen S, jihysician, Main cor 

Sbebo^-gan. 
Stanton George D, pension claims, P O 

bldg. 
Stauber& Froehling(Tohn Stauber, Charles 

Froehling), cigar mnfrs, 511 Main 
Steenbcrc Orrin 0, sash, doors and blinds, 

45 McWilliams. 
Stenz J5ros (('liarles and Joseph), grocers, 

585 Main. 
Stevens James, coufectr, 516 Main. 



><tno<i &, Givciis Co (Incorporat.- ! 
lSi3; Capital, .•5; '20, 000), P M Given- 
Pres and Supt, J F Aldiich Sec i:.: 
Treas, Mnfg Pharmacists, Laborato^v 
5S1 Main. 

Strauss John M, grocer, 430 ^Liin. 

Sullivan John K. wood, 4Gij Main. 

Sullivan John E d: Co (.lobn E Sulliv^.n 
James F Aldrich), merchant tailors, 4' ; 
JIain. 

Sullivan Midiud O, harness. 303 Main. 

Sullivan Michael V, hats, 4ljij Main. 

Susan & Lewis (George A Susan, Alans::: 
II Lewi.'-) firm imi>ts, ."Ji'J .Main. 

Sweet B-ju) iMiin K, mayor, 4J W Arcdt. 

Sw-ft't EJ F &. II f., (Bjnj imin F and 
Hannibal L), ^dnfrs of C'unmon Scnvj 
Sleighs, Lnproved L^nderdrawand Com- 
mon Wag(ni.j, Mining and Mill Carls, 
Log Trucks, Etc, Arudt cor Satterlee. 
{Stf aitr, p .ni.) 

Tanner Mrs ILiry L, physician. 20 Rusgles. 

Taugher Kev Michael J (.Catholic), 05 .Marr. 

'fi'iejlor .4zi'<9 S>, Stoves and Tinware, 
Plumbing and Galvani/.-;il Iron Work, 
Sewer I'ipe, L'.c, 533 ilain. (S^e ado, p 
SI':.) ~ 

Thence Ijorenz. brewers' agt, 130} Brooke. 

'I'hom Louis, sIojumakiT, 13 South. 

'i'lii>mpson llirani P, architect, 13 Forest 

'i"l!«>ni<«<'tl .Biiool>, Frcscoer, Hou-e 
and Sign P.aiuler and l)ecorator, 30 V,' 
Division. I'.v^ ado. hclnr.) 




Frescoing, Decorating, 

House and Sign I'slutiiis, 

-\30W. Division St., Fond du Lac. / 



Tlbbett Wm, elevator, W Division. 
Tii>ple A Cook (Cas--ius D I'ipple. J.ihn >t 

Cuok). proprs Exchange Hotel, 3'i7 Jlain. 
Titus Joseph, baker, 019 .Main. 
Tompkins JjCvi M. grocer, 503 Main. 
Tovi'Iisoim! !.ot S, Propr European 

Hotel, ^3 W Division. 
Treleven D D iV Co (Daniel D Treleven, 

John E Holland), meats, 50."> Main. 
Treleven I^evi T, clothing, 513 Main. 
Trever Rev George U (Methodist), \-i 

Harney. 



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•Iripp John B. carpeulcr, U^AV 2(1. 

T TMUt John AV, piauoi, -i-!.""! ZLdu. 

I'liion House, Anton Bicliel propr, 619 

Main. 
V.iu Dresar Jlilford, Sd-bd goods, l-^ E2d. 
VLone Louis, shoes, 484 JLiio. 
VoL'll Anlou, carpenter, 7 E .Tolinson. 
V(>it Hev Puilip(Cdtliolic),10T Marquette. 
Volk.5 Zeitung.tluiius Graessle ic Co publrs, 

Macy cor Forest. 
',Vade SylvHuus E, dentist, 030 Main. 
Wiener M & Co (Matthias "Wagner, Fred 

Kuepingi, dry goods, .028 Main. 
WtiUier &, Ward (Edward .S Walker, Al- 
fred E "Ward), barbers, Windsor liouae. 
Wallichs Heniy, grocer, 4'-20 Main. 
Warn Simon, grocer, ')(]C<^ Main. 
Wfttlie Albert F, Ealoon, il:5 Main. 
Watson James W, lawyer, FoslcHlccbldt;. 
Watfon Thomas, justice, 4C5 Main. 
W.-aver Jolin Iv, music teacher. 587 Main. 
Weber Adam, hotel, 279 Main. 
AVtber John, tailor, 42;j Main. 
Weber Wni F, publr Is'ordwes'.licber Cou- 

lier. 
Weeks Thomas S, sportiuc 2ds, 434 Main. 
Wegntr J F & Co (John F \Ve;?ner), hard- 
ware, 4C5 Main. 
Weiss Maximilian, meats. .')2 Western ave. 
Weilzel & Trier (Louis 11 AVeil/.el, John J 

Trier), baibers, 417 Main. 
Wells A J, music teacher, ."i2.') Main. 
Wells John C. banker, r,\l .Main. 
Wells John ]M. cooper, 8 "Western ave. 
Wells Owen A, lawyer, ioi .'\lain. 
^Vcrner Charles F, street commissioner. 
ASerner Frank, carpenter, 2;i;! Main. 
Werner Hcnr}-, slioemaUer, 12 W I)ivi^ion. 
Wothrook Miss Mary, hair goods, .j30 

Main. 
"Western Union Telegraph Co, :Miss M B 

Coyne mngr, 437 ^laiii. 
Wever Frederick, saloon, 38 "W Division. 
M'hiofield lleury T, grocer. .534 M.iin, 
^Vhitc € A, Mner David Muir, Cheese 

Warehouse, W Division cor Moore 
^\ hitman JIrs Pho'be li, music teacher, 

I'nion cor Isl. 
Whittelsey A- Co (Tohn C Whittel,ey), dry 

goods, 4SS Main. 
Whitton David, sheriff. Court House. 
^\ u-liert I'cter J, meats, 401 M.iin. 
^J.ilbor Mrs Isabella IJ, milliner. 4."j7 Main. 
^\i!bor Jiihn U, stationer. 457 Main. 
»MUl K Faotorv ("f ib-^ American 

LiscultMnfg Co), B AVild .Mngr, G7-i;y 

K 1st. 
■^Vild n & Co (Benjamiu Wild, John 

Heath), bakers, 509 Main. 
»> iley Frank S, physician, 490 Main. 



Ctiicap,[/iil;/ao!{ee&SiPaul 



AYiley Wra, physician, 49G Main. 
Wilke Charles A, cigar mnfr, 3bl Main. 
Wilkie "W" & Son (Washington and James 

A), hardware, 518 Main. 
■Wilkins Reuben, blacksmith, 19 "W2J. 
AVilliams John U, saloon, 54 Western ave. 
Willson Purvis O, vet surg, 39 E 3d. 
Windsor House, Isaac C JlorriU propr, c ir 

JIain and Court. 
Winnebago Furniture Mnfg Co (capital, 

f;300,000), C V McMillan pres, E 11 

llerreu sec, 35 Western ave. 
Wisconsin Lee Line & West Superior Uy 

Co. C D Smith pres, J H Bl jom sec, 490 

Main. 
"Wisconsin Central Lines, John Hamilton 

agent. Forest ur river. 
■RMsconein Central Slock Growers' and lu- 

dusiii d Association, G N Mihills pres, 

J yV Watson sec. 
AViscousin Furnace Co, E A Hyde pres, 

J F Forsvlh see, head Main. 
Wisconsin :MidI'ind It H Co, D C Lamb 

sec and general agent, 510 Main. 
WHscousin Telephime Co, Anna M Wiley 

mngr, 92 Main. 
AVoli Sun & Co, laundry, 425 Main. 
WoUl' Joseph, (dgar mnfr, 429 Maiir^v 
Wurzburger Joseph, gnicer, 755 .Main. 
Wyntt Daniel B, p'ly. 1-i Sheboyiian. 
W"3'att Simeon D, insurance, 479 Main, 
"^'ers Charles, Biiloou, 577^ JIaiu 
Youmaus Charles F, shoes, 455 Main. 
Zaclierl George, furniture, 257 .Main. 
i!:fttiii Will, Saloon, 003 Main, res 25 

8lh. 
Zeuiier George, grocer, 733 Main. 
Zinke Bros (Herman and Louis J), grocers, 

041 Main. 
Zinke Carl G, grocer, .579 Main. 
Zinke Kobert, grocer, 11 W Division. 



Doug- 



FONTANA. On Lake Geneva, in 
Walworth county, 10 miles southwest of 
I'^lklioru, the seat of justice anil banking 
point, and 4 from Williams 15:iy,ils sliipi)ing 
point. Stiiges daily to Harvard, Ilk, and 
Klkhorn; fare. 50 cents to either place 
Population, 250. 5Iail, daily. C. S. 
lass, postmaster. 

Beebe J I), architect and biulder. 

I>avi§ .S IS. Insurance. 

Ijiivis & l>oiii;lii««, General Store, 

Hardw;ire and I'arriages. 
K»<>ii;;;lu»M Curios S, Xotary. 
Douglass C L & Son, saw mill. 
Fairband vt lyelters. lish hatchery. 
Godfrey H Y, wagonmaker. 
Marlott «.t Jaskosky, blacksmiths. 



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Porter & Son, hotel. 

Puttman J 2>I, saloon. 

RcIdGM, hotel. 

Ripley 11 I), liverj-. 

Rockwell J C, hotel. 

Van Dortn E C, railroad, exp and tcl agt. 

Ward W S, cooper. 

Welsher W A, meat market. 

FONTENOY. A postomce in Bro^vn 
county, 15 miles southeast of Greea Bay, 
the couDt3- seat, nearest railroad station 
and banking point. Population, 30. Hail, 
tri-weekly. 

Berneke U, general store. 

FOOTVILI..E. On the C. & N. W. 

Ry, in Kock county. 10 miles west of 
Janesville, the county seat, and 8 from 
Evansville, the nearest bankine point. 
Population, ;iOO. Tel., W.U. Exp., Am. 
Wm. J. Owen, postmaster. 

Austin II, notary. 

Bailey A, lumber. 

Becker 11 D, carpenter. 

BrinSou I>, Physician. 

Braden Joiepli, justice. 

Buck S F, barber. 

Chipman S M, shoemaker. 

Dann T J, painter. 

Dunbar Einery, live stock. 

Ferguson C II & Son, blacksmiths. 

Fisher & Owen, meat market. 

Garlick F M, railroad, esp and tel agt. 

Lacy S W, phy.iician. 

Jlellott Rev W R (MethodiM). 

Ogden TlMiina<<, pumps and wind-mills. 

Owt'll Vi'itl J, General Store. 

Ross ^\'m, county .'^upt schools. 

Silverthorn O D, general store. 

Strang S J. grocer. 

"Wells 11, hniel. 

Wicgin.s Alexander, live stock. 

Wilcox L, carpenter 

FOREST JUNCTION. A village 
on the -M., L. S. it W. liy, at the junctiou 
of the .M. \, ,\. R. R.. in Calumet ermnfy, 
13 miles ni rlh (.f Chilton, the county seat 
and nearest bankinL' j'oint Population, 
125. Tel., W. U. Exp., U. S. 

Alien W C, general store. 
Brochm .Jacob & Son, farm impts. 
Bruss John, wngnnniaker. 
Bruss Philip, blai-ksmitli. 
Eichinau H, hotel. 
Fran/,ke& Orael/., general store. 
Haesc F G, general store. 



Harris k Williams, saw mill. 
IIuls '\\'m, saloon. 
Lemke Wm, harness. 
Lindow Fred, cheese mnfr. 
Rust Fritz, shoemaker. 
Schneider John, hotel. 

FORESTVILLE. On the Ahnapee 
river, in Door count}-, 11 miles southwest 
of Sturgeon Bay, the county seat, p.nd i 
northwest of Ahnapee, the nearest ship- 
ping and banking point. Tri-weekiv 
stages to Almapee ami Sturgeon Bay. 
Population, 150. .Mail, tri-weekly. 

Roardman tt Co, shingle mnfrs. 

Duwe Wm, hotel. 

Fetzer .Tohu, general store. 

Felzer tt Young, llour mill. 

JIarth .John, shoemaker. 

Schmidt M, hotel. 

Schneider J, blacksmith. 

Ullsperger J, gen store and cheese mnfr. 

FORT ATKINSON. A prosperous 
city on Rock river, and on the C. ^'.■. X. W. 
Ry, in JelTers^on county, 4S miles south- 
west of Milwaukee, and 0} so\UhweVt of 
Jeffersfin, the county seat. It contains 
Catholic, Congregational, Methodist, 
Lutheran and Uuivcrsalist churches, a 
high and 3 public schools, 2 banks, wagon 
and furniture factories, foundries and ma- 
chine shops, a number of special and gen- 
eral stores, and a public hall sealing SOO. 
The surrounding counlrj- has several 
cheese factories and creameries. Cornish, 
Curtis & Greene have an extensive manu- 
factory in dairy goods and do shipping all 
over the Union. Two weekly newspapers, 
Hoard'.iDainjmaji and ihc .LjTcnon Co'iruii 
i'tti"n, are imblishcd. Stages daily to 
Whitewater, and weekly to Hebron and 
]?ussfyville. Population. 2.."i00. Te!., 
W. U. Exp., Am. M. II. Taylor, post- 
master. 

Abbott Charles II, pump."!. 

Alien GeoriTO JC, veterinary surgeon. 

Allen George M, hardware, etc. 

Andra John G, saloon. 

Arnold & Rradt (Adolph Arnold, Nicholas 

D M Bradi), confectioners. 
Arnold it McAriliur. general store. 
Bachraann Josep'i F. iiorseshoer. 
Bardeen Henry L, cigar mnfrs. 
Bassett Miss I'olly, dressmaker. 
Becker George, mason. 
Becker John, mason. 
Black & Lane i Lemuel Black, Frank 

Lane), billiards. 



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i: .-x.Iiardt Andrew, boots and sliois. 
liL'weu Mrs 31 E, propr Piia'aix House. 
IJrtidl N D M, leal estutc. 
Krnndel Henry G, general store. 
IJtandel & liichards (Heury G Brandel, N 

I) Richards), tobacco packers. 
BraixU Vi'tn £3, Saloon, Keslaurnnt 

Hud Billiards. 
KrctI James, boots and shoes. 
Kiewer Jlrs Kosette C, ladies' furngs. 
liridges Orsan, carriaaemaker. 
I'.ridgfcS Samuel A, carriagemaker. 
Brown G, blacksmith. 
Brown Vt'arren O, Livery. Sale and 

lioardiug Stable. (See adv, p 3l'~.) 
i'-iick Ella L, pholo,r;rapher. 
t aswell Lucicn B. lawyer, 
(base & Co, lock mnfrs. 
Citizens' State Bank (capital, AO.^.OOO), 

L ician B Cas-.veU pres, Chester A Cas- 
well cash. 
City Hall Opera House, Wra H Rogers 

mngr. 
Cornish, Curtis & Greene (0 S Cornish, D 

W Curtis. AV S Greene), dairy supplies. 
Cornisli O f», Mayor. 
Craig Drumiuond G, real eslate. 
Crosby Sheldon R, hides and tallow. 
< urtig Carlos, meat market, 
Dawes E'i'e<I, Bakery, Restaurant, 

Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods, Etc. 

iSee adv, btloiv.) 



FRED. DAV\/ES, 

Bakery and RGsieyreii! 

Fancy Groceries. 

Conned Good.s, Fruits, Confections, Tobaccos. 

Cigars, Etc. Oysters and Ice Cre.im 

in Season. 

FORT ATKiEK'illlM, - \VISCr(:!S!fJ. 

■>''\heirQ(jrH J A; Co (Henry J and George 

W l)exheimer), druys. 
jowning Alvin H, undertaker. 
Ibirkee Edward L, sewing machines. 
Kmery ^Irs Bee A, milliner. 
r_elU'l Mrs Susan, general store, 
f irst National Bank, J D Clapp prcs, L B 

Caswell jr cash, 
J_0(.te Asa, drugs and shoes, 
'■'•rt Atkinson Cornet Band, S A Bridges 

I'.iider. 



Fort Atkinson Creamery Co, A R Hoard 

mngr. 
Fort Atkinson Electric Light and Power 

Co, W S Greene pres, G L Cole sec. 
Fretls Rev J R (Methodist). 
Fritsch John, blacksmith, 
Ganoug U A. stationer. 
Gaiiszmann I'hillii), shoemaker. 
Gibson Kc!:?ar J, Phyriclan. 
Haase Rev Julius (Lutheran). 
Hackbarth Charles, baker. 
Hake Hiram, general store. 
Hansen Edward, barber. 
Hausen George, saloon. 
Hawkins Wm M, meat market. 
Head C-'harles R, physician. 
Heger Fred, cooper. 
Ueger JIrs Fred, carpet weaver. 
Heger ct Fitch {Vtrcd Heger, James Fitch), 

meat market. 
laiyBjcc Alplteiis T, Propr Higbee 

House. 
B5i!;t>t'e House, Alpheus T Higbee 

Propr. 
Hilton John, dentist, 
Hilton Rev J (UnWersalist), 
Hirth Andrew, harnessmaker. ..^ 

Hoard Arthur R, creamery. 
Hoard Wm D, publr Hoard's Dairyman 

and the Jellersou CJouuly Union. 
Hoard's Dairym an, W D Hoard publr. 
Hopkins Norman F, drj' goods. 
Hull Elmore P, marble works, 
Jackson Charles, blacksmith. 
Jefferson County Union, W D Hoard edi- 
tor and proi)r, 
Kennedy L & M (Lizzie and Mary), milli- 

uers. 
Kleiu George, horse l)reeder. 
Klein George P, veterinary surgeon. 
Lalda Leonard, hardw.ire. 
Lalk Phillip H, merchant tailor. 
Landgraf (^eorge A, wlieelbarrow mnfr. 
LangiioliT Ferdinand, blacksmith. 
LanghollI Oustavus, saloon. 
Learned (Jharles. jeweler. 
Le Hou.x Theodore E, boots and shoes. 
Uebmi.n Mrs JyOU, milliner. 
f.ohmaii.T VVm, saloon. 
.McCombe Thomas, mason. 
^IcCradie \Vm. cheese mnfr. 
JfoMillcii ISros (Levington C and 

C^eor;;e \V), Meals. Tobacco Growers, 

Hides, Furs and Pelts. 
Mack Abraham, hardware. 
Marirh Char]i;s 11, grocer. 
May Mrs Libbie. milliner. 
Mayno I) O, prin high school. 
Melzner Charles, wagonmaker. 



Atklrt*(^« I <>"'■ '<to<'i« <•< no,xi\«; r;i.ovii:s, inui.vn rLl'lis. i>ir,ii!« 
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Art ?eoerlienf?ii:^3 



At Robert Harper ^ Sens, ^iSl^^^^t. 

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MelzDer & Smith (\Vm Melzner, Herman 
tjmitii). blacksmiths. 

^lerriiEiasi S^ros (A D auJ A L), Farm 
Implements. 

Meitelmeyer Frederinl:, ?alnna. 

N^iizel liev Chris (Methodist). 

Xorthwettern ilnfi; Co. D ISiillock pres, 
Lucien B Caswell sec, carriages. 

Nojes Adelbert H. photographer. 

Oguen A. physician. 

f)gden Hcury, physician. 

Peirce Kiigene, general store. 

Ptrkics John T, confectioner. 

Perry J''redcrick J, pln^.^ician. 

Pettil & liolTman (lleury P Pettit, Ru- 
dolph G HolTman). dry goods. 

Pbu'ui.v Uou'-e, .Mrs ,M E Doweu propr. 

Piiiger V/m, barber. 

Pollock D & Co (David, David G and 
Kllcn Poliock). grocers. 

Porter Herman A, grocer and justice. 

Pounder George H. harrow mnfr. 

Pratt Geoige, »gt C & N W Ry. 

Preston .lames L, hotel 

Ralph Chailes O, grocer. 

Rheineck Charles, restaurant. 

IiicUard S D. hiiles and pe]l.><. 

Kock River Hall, F Mertelmeyer propr. 

Rogers W'm H. lawyer and insuiaucc. 

Root Vi'hilney, carpeuler. 

Rutzen Charles, merchant tailor. 

^chempf Hcury, produce. 

Sclieiikenbcrg Fred, harncssmakcr. 

Schirmer Miss JIatia, dressmaker. 

Scliriener George, boots aud shoes. 

Se:ivert Herman, barber. 

•?!ii-!<l<in ]i:a'>var«l E, Druggist. 

Murman Mdlon T, jirciduce and coal. 

Sherman ?^Irs M T, (Ircssmaker. 

Simonds Henry W, furniture. 

Smith H C I'c Co (.Henrv C Smith, Krnest 
F Shufcr), furniture. 

Smitli \Vm ."\1, iihysicim. 

Smutzler Rev Wm (iiUlheran). 

Snell Sisters (Mattie and Lihi). music Ichr.s. 



Spaeth Wm, brewer. 

Slabnow A- fleuchel (Wm Staboow, FitJ 

Heuchel), grorers. 
Stafford George H, Justice. 
Stair U P, physician. 
Strong Ernst R, hardware. 
Ta} ior :?i!Ul!iew IS, Postmaster. 
Taylor T T, jeweler. 
Tilden W'm II, furniture. 
Tousley Charles B, jeweler. 
Vickery F M tt Son (Frank Hand Herbert 

S), grocers. 
■Watkins & Taylor Olavia .At Watkios, Im 

ogene Taylor), milliners. 
"Wesleilield Mr.s K. die^smaker. 
IVilfOK A I> &: Co (Alonzo D and P. 

W AVilcox, L B Boyce, X D Piichard,,, 

Grain. 
V/ilcox-l'.ichTrds Co, Alonzo D Wilcox 

pres, N D Richards .'ec, lumber. 
Willing Wm, ma.soii. 
Wilson C'eorge W, dry coods. 
Wolf John, city marshal. 
Wolf & Smith (John Wolf.Fremonl Smith), 

livery. 
Woolverlon Max, mngr W U Tel Co. 
W^right J B, painter. " 
Wunschel C .1, baker. 
Zcuguer Frank, painter. '^ 

Zeugner & Hollnian (Herman Zeugacr, 

Frank Hoflman), lumber and grain. 



FORT HOWARD. An incorporated 
city on the west b;itik of Fox river, in 
Brown county, opposite Green ]5:iy, the 
judicial seat, with which it is connected by 

1 railroad aud '6 wau'-Ui briilires. The ciiv 
has good 6hip]iiufr facilities, tlie G. li., ^V. 
& St. P. R. R., tli..^ C. & N. W. Rv and 
the M. & N. R. R. all touching here, while 
the Goodrich and Hart steamboat liius 
make regular trips to all ports north on 
Green bay. The city contains 2 i>\v< mills. 

2 planing mills. 3 boiler W(/rks, a furniture 
factory, -J .-liip y^nls, 2 r/iilroad iii'.'iir 






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am especially prepared to take the travoUu;; 



puhHc across the country. Giro lue a caU. 



b^d FORT ATKINSON, 



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MILWAUKEE CEMENT CO. 

15 1 AVi;ST AV.VT':!'. ST., HIILAV.VlKDi:, \VI><. 



:ln either Vornl or Inafrnmeutal I.esBc^iis FREK with every Piano or Orirun sold, 

I'KH>(1N.II. tuition. Adj Instruiueut uot BlTiUL- sati»laitioi. nill he ixclin'mej 

lVei:ii:ir:iiitei- iu "ritini,- our sales for i jears. Deariioll .^. Henediet. See j). .J. 



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-hops, 2 grain clevtitorp, 2 foundries, a 
IhiilJ, macbiDO shops r>inl uumerous hand- 
tnme and siibstantinl business l)!ocl;s and 
ilcL'ant residences. Theicarcchurchesifthe 
l^iptlst, Catliolio, C'otic:rcgatioual, Mellio- 
Xi,l, Moravian, Xorwe^ian Lutheran and 
I'resbyterian denomiiiatioM.o. and KUcliouls 
imployiu^ 20 teachers and haviui^an aver- 
i!;e attendance uf O'jO pupils A weeiily 
r:ewspaper, the lltvtt'w (Kep.), lieeps the 
nnblic well posted on local events. Ample 
protection against lire is assured by a well 
(ipiipped volunteer lire department and an 
fxcellent system of water worUs. iiay, 



grain, vegetables, lumber and the products 
of the various factories comprise the ship- 
ments. Stages daily to Sturgeon Ha\' and 
Iri weekly to Bonduel, Shawano, Ahnapee 
and Kewaunee. Tel., W. U. Exp., Am. 
Population, 3,800. James Tiernan, post- 
master. 

Andersen Snren, grocer. 
Anderfou Albert, citv clerk. 
fSai'liliiiU'vvn A: SSulliiiivay (Henry 

A liarkhaustn, O.-car C llatliiway). 

"W'holesale Coal, Salt, Grain, Hay and 

Oils. 
Bennett House, Samuel W Bennett pronr. 



W I LL I A i\l I-I OO D, 

Notary Public, Justice of the Peace, Insurance Agent, 
Collecting Agency, Real Estate Agent, 

Di-awing Deeds, Mortgages, Bills of Sale, Etc. 

Cor. Broadway and Main Street, 
FORT HOWARD, - - - WISCOrJSS.M."' 

General Commission Merchant 

Pension and Claim Agent, 

Justice of the Peace and Real Estate Dealer. 
PORT HOWARD, - - WSSC0^5S! r*J. 



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HUFFMAN HOUSE 

PETER KROUSE, Proprietor. 

:,:;,;;; o^ip-tirv^;":',!:^;:!;^,:;:: ft. ikiwahd. win. 



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This House is Conveniently Located, and has been 

Placed in First-Glass Order and 

Newly rurcished- 



nlarulliiiii^n r^iM l..;,!l < ,.ir-!s:,[i.l Hi.- Tr; 
wUl UmllW llullii.ai. .. j.l. avniil \U.t.-l: 
lost..|. wliU,' lutlieCuy. 



uicap, Mil?/aijkee & St, Paul Ey,":::.r\yest and h±d 



Pure P.y!]be[ Scots aod Shoes 



For Salo by GOOf>YEAU UlLTKBru 
] COlSIMiXl', - r.Iilwaiikt'c, IVi^. 



324 



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■WISCONSIN STATE GAZETTEER 



FOR 



Bergmann Julius, street commissiouer. 

Bitter Mrs M, midwife. 

Black James J. liverv. 

Black Kolierl J, meat market. 

Bowser Fred A, livery, 

Brebme Auton, plumber. 

Brclime Uerni^u E, grocer. 

Brebme it Kattcer (August Brehme, Carl 

Kattncr), -svagonmiker!-. 
Brevig luebrecht. shoemaker. 
Brevig Peter E, shoemaker. 
Broadway House, Coustautiue McGlncis 

propr. 
Brunctl Emanuel, stone quarry. 
Burmeister Henry, tailor. 
Burns David JI, boilermaker. 
Burns Thomas, saloou. 
Burns Thomas II, hardware. 
Callaghan Bros (Wm and Henry J), grocers. 
Camm Thomas ?il, grocer. 
Cargill AV AV & Bro (Wm "\V and Samuel 

D), grain. 
Carlisle James H, confectioner. 
Cathersal Frank, grocer. 
Chicago it >'onhwcsteru Jiy, Henry A 

Ranous agent. 
Cody John, city assessor. 
Corhett Michael J, .grocer. 
Crocker Ephraim, livery. 
Crole Frank, laundry. 
Cusick John, vessel owner. 
Devroy Peter, grocer. 
Dockery John 11, saloon. 
Duncan John, machinist. 
Eldred Anson & Son (Anson and Howard 

S), lumber mnfrs. 
Ellsworth I^rank H, shoes. 
Farreli liicliard, i^roiir MrOinnis House. 
Finncgan AVni, biick innfr, 
risk ik, Tayler (Wilbur 1) Flsk, Joseph 

Tayler), insvirnuce. 
Fort Howard Lumber Co. Gec>rge Beyer 

prcs, John W Allgire miigr. 
Fori Howard Review, James Kerr & Sou 

proprs. 
Fowlcs A\'m E, carpenter. 
Frank George, jeweler. 
Funkhauser Hev H (C^ongregational). 
Garlock I!enj:\min F, carpenter. 
Gilsdorf E W iv C:o i.Edward \Y Gilsdorf, 

Herman Ludlkc), meat market. 
Glass John, ice. 
Gray Albert L, dry ccods. 
Grcon SJay, ^l iiioiiii Ac St Ptiul 

R H, Frank A' Hoefs Agent. (6Ve udv, 

pSl) 
Grocnfielt P.ev John J (Moravian). 
Gross Fred P, .'^a^lOu. 
Gross John, saloon. 
Halboch Albert, machinist. 

Chicago & Graod Iml R;, 



Hale Albert N, dentist. 

Hannou Feli.K J, drugizist. 

Hanrahan House, Michael Hanrahan pre pr. 

Hansen Christian, milk. 

Hansen Jorgen, blacksmith. 

Hartmann Sylvester, grocer. 

Haslara Wn, confectioner. 

Ileidgen Mathias, wagonmaker. 

Henderson James, painter. 

Henderson Robert &, Co (Robert Hecdtr- 

son. Ephraim Crocker), paint mnfrs. , 
BSoftV Frank A, Agent G B, W & st ? 

R R. 
Ilnod 'IVm, Real Estate, Insurance ami 

Collection Acencv, cor Broadwav acd 

Main. {Sceadr. ji s:j.) 
Hoppe Otto F. saloon. 
Hoiteiisen K.irl. baker. 
ES(!!i'iBiaiB E!«Mi«.c, Peter Krouse Propr. 

(Hif adv, p 323.) 
Hughes James, founder. 
Iverscn Thorwald, news. 
Jensen Hans, shoes. 
Johnson Andrew, vc.-sel owner. 
Johnson Charles & Co (Charles Johnson, 

Edwin Nelson^, cigar mnfrs. 
Jorgensen-l>le?rli Co ilimiled), John L 

Jorgensen pres, Frank T Blcsch sec.^h'y 

goods. 
Jorgensen Rasmus A, grocer. 
Juenger John 1', saloon. 
Kemuilz Theodore, furniture mnfr. 
Kerr James it Son (James and diaries S). 

proprs El Howard Review. 
King Edward ]!, druggist. 
Kirkmeyer Henry, ^tovo ri'pairer. 
liroiise I'olor, Propr HulTman House. 

{See ndr, p S~'.:.) 
Kuehl John H, milk. 
Kuhaupt Henr\-, barber, 
liandberg Malcolm J, blacksmith. 
Larnicr Rev .lohn ((.'alholic). 
Larson Christopher, tailor. 
Laisen (^)tis R, prin high school. 
Larsen Wm. wholesale fruits. 
Lcirlit Theodore, chief of police. 
Lindenborn George, carpenter. 
Lomas Charles W . lawyer. 
Lovejoy Edwaril F, shlinlins ffallerv. 
Met iirlMC>'s Kxfliaiijjc SSaitk 

(Capital, s'J.-).0(10i. Pavid .McCartney 

Prcs, Joseph 11 Tnvlcr (Jash. 
McDonald & Bdlings Lumber Co, Alex- 
ander .McDonald pres, Hugh McDouaii! 

sec. 
JIcGinuis Coustantine, propr Broadway 

House. 
51cGinnis House, Richard Farreli propr. 
JIars Jules V, grocer. 
Jlarshall Mrs ilary A, triilllncr. 

Palace and Dining Cars 

OH ALL THROUGH TRAIWS. 



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. If It,\VAi:ti3;£i, V.I.S. W. S. CASlitK, state igent. V.ALIiCl; iiltKNEI!, licn'l lia 



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lltiilcr.iaiis J^ouis, Dry Goods, 

Groceries, Provisions, Flour and Feed 

and Saloon. 
Milkklesou Jacob, milk. 
Miliar I{ev Webster (Methodist). 
Miller C P & Co (Cirl P Miller. Henry 

Erby, \Vm F McOloskey), grocers. 
■\Iilltr Nicholas, .salo.-.u. 
M. Telle Eleazer, Imrlier. 
Mircan Edwnrd B, plumber. 
Morley P L. milk. 
.Morris Re%- Frank M (Daptist). 
.Murphy Patrick, grocer. 
Nanscawen ChIuIj II, physician. 
.Velson .Toha J, propr Union House. 
Northwestern Hotel, Patriclj Sbaiighnessy 

propr. 
Oldenburg G & Co (Mrs Margaret, and 

Olio Oldenburg), furniture. 
O'lx-ary Bros (.Micluiel, Daniel, .lohn.Wm, 

Himiphrey and 'I'imolliy), butlennaker':. 
Olson Lais, vessel owner. 
Orioiby George \V, hotel. 
Ivierson Kev'Adolph (Lulberani. 
I'tterson Thomas, blacksmith. 
I'eterson Wilbur H, livery. 
I'!;iuert August G, slioes." 
riatteii Bros (Anion Gand Peter F), meats. 
ruerner Olio F \V. b irber. 
I'.ioux Louis, .^toue quarry. 
.>alvo Arthur .1, barln-r. 
Sclitfe Fritz T, lueiit market, 
.'^cliwarz Christian, contractor. 
Sellers ?9iiic(>liii, Commission ilerch- 

ant. Justice of Peace, Pension and 

Claim Agt and Heal Estate Dealer. (Ae 
_ ikIc, p S23. ) 

Sliaut^hnessy John E, city trcas. 
^hfiughuessy Patrick, propr Korth-.vcstcru 

Hotel, 
^liullz Charles E, architect, 
^kytte Niks P, tailor. 
>orensen John A, grocer. 
^'Piin John. !:rocer. 
'rii)UT.S«('<.ej>l« EI, Cash :\tcCariuey'3 

Lvch'ing.j ii:iuk and .Mayor, 
"iji 'nan .lumcs, drugL;ist. 
1 i.l.'u House, John J Nelson jiropr. 
.\anDeulnrg Albert, aroccr. 
San Herrick Charl.'S Iv apiarist. 
\''lgt Joliu iM Mufg Co, John JI Voig'. 

pres, Fred A Dickiuanu sec, sash, doors 

and blinds. 
^Jallenfang Henry, dioemakcr. 
^> altc-rs Jiicob, ixrocer. 
^Ileox John L.'harii"-- 
}}iKon Wm Y,. nnlk. 



\V 



liter.? Wm L, Hour and feed 



^'•"hifanh Frederick C, clothing. 



FORW^KD. A poslotEoe on Mud 
creek, ia Dane county, 24 miles southwest 
of Madison, the county seat, and 10 south 
of Jdt. Iloreb, the nearest railroad station. 
JIadison is the nearest banking point. 
Stage daily to Blue Jlounds; fare, 2.5 cents. 
Population, GO, Mail, daily. E. E. Hel- 
laud, postmaster. 

Ericksou Erick, carpenter. 
Ilcfiiind E V,, General Store. 

FOSCORO. A village on Stony creek, 
in Eewaunec county, bi^ miles northeast of 
Kewaunee, the c(;iinty seat, and north- 
east of Ahucpee, tlie nearest banking aud 
shipping point. Stages to Abnapee and 
Sturgeon Bay; fares, .oO cents ard si 
respectively. Population, 2.^0 Mail, 
tri-v.eekly. C. L. Fellows, postmaster. 

Pillows Bros, ceneral store and saw mill. 
S't'itows "CljJirlcs S>, Farmer. 
Post C B, hotel aud blacksinilh. 

POSTER. 



Baron county. &:i Bar- 



FOUNTAIN CITY. A nourishing, . 
incoriiurated city on the C. B, S:. N By 
and on tlic Mississippi river, in BulTalo 
county. ]s miles southeast of Alma, iho 
eeat of justice, and northwest of Winona, 
Minn., the nearest banking point. First 
settled in bS.OO. it now contains .Methodist. 
Catholic, Lutlieran and German Ueformeii 
churches, saw and planing mills, a cream- 
ery, 2 breweries, a llouring mill, a pul)lic 
hall capable of seating !;00. lodges of the 
various secret and benevolent societies, and 
2 weeklj' papers, the Bujl'nh Coui,';/ lie- 
pvUikaner&w\ the Alma filaetter (C,v\mB.n). 
The educational wants are supplied by 
two go(id schools. A steamer runs daily 
between this poir.l aud Winona, Stau'es 
scmi-weeklv to Montana. K.vn , Am. 
Tel, W.'U. Population, 1,2(.'0, J. B. 
Ocnning, postmaster. 

Aliiiii i5l:M'Hfr, John Schmilz Propr, 
Paul F Mueller Editor and r^Imrr, 

Bechmann it Sou (Henry aud Charles R), 
druggists. 

Beck Jacob, marshal. 

]?ehlmcr John P. hotel. 

Beblmer & Bitter (Henry Bcblmer, Fred 
II Bitter), general store. 

Bitter Fredeiiik. mayor. 

Bodenslal GeorL'c H, physician. 

Bohri Bros (Christian and Frederick), gen- 
eral store. 

Brusholl Herman, baker. 



ILLillOlS C[i!T[!/iL 



i Short and Direct 
I Route from 



CHICAGO, m 



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D- 



Ciidahy Brothers, (Pork and Beef i-'acKerG. 

^rn^w.niisis:, -wjsco.nsi:,-. i AND PROVISION DS/'iLERS. 






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tiittTiiUs Cotiiily RepiiUh'kiiiier, i 

John Scbmitz Propr, Paul F Mueller i 
i;ditor find Muur. j 
Central House, Juliti SpeliD propr. 1 
Clarke John, miichiniit. I 
E>rcs>iCU<Sorrc8' tt I>lvcr (Andrew '• 
Dresfendnrfer, John Liver), Mufrs Ma- 
chinery, 'WaErrins and Plows: Plack- | 
pmithinc; and Ilorsr-shncintr. | 
E:iirlc ESotcl, Qehrlich & Xiemann | 
Pioprs. j 
Erhardl & Co (Wm Erhardt, Hugo Kuehl- I 
limn), saloon. | 
Peicl Richiird W, saloon and justice. ', 
Feij;l's Hall, 11 W Feiul propr. 
Fiedler Henry, ment market. 
Fiedler John, tailor. I 
Fiedler jMicliacl, drayman. I 
Fiedler WiJi, bool.s and sbnes. j 
Fitzgerald Michael, grain and hide?. [ 
Fountain City Brass Bind, John Liver 

lender. 

Fountain City Brewincc Co, Georse j 

Schwocbel prvn, John II Utermoelil sec. 
Fountain City ."^lilliuL'; Co, JB(.)euriug , 
prcs, Christ Floiin sec. ' 
Fountain City jMutual Farmers' Fire In- 
surance (.'o, John B Oenning pres, John ! 
J Senu sec. j 
Fried Ulrieh, farm impts. | 
Fugina J vfc M (Joseph and Marcusj, gen- | 
eral store. i 
Ganz J C, meat market. | 
Caciii'lic!) .V Xif!!iann (Fidelis Gelir- 
lich, Clirislopher Miem-inn;, I'roprs i 
Eagle Hotel. 



Geriiia;iia IIoji^c, Darid Thalici 
Propr. 

Gift'ord Robert "W, railroad and exp agt. 

HackncrRev Theobald (Calbolic). 

Ilahn Casper F G, slioemaker. 

Hofer Mrs Mngcie, carpel wr-wer. 

Huber. vfc lluefner (George lluber. Pan! 
Huefner) flour mills. 

Huefner Paul, farm imp's. 

Juon Christian, furniture. 

Kirchner Alljort, general store. 

Knoup Martin, barber. 

Koschitz John, brewer. 

Kropp John, shoemaker. 

Kruer Henry W, saloon. 

Landwehr Frank, barber. 

Leiuiutrer Benjamin F, jeweler. 

Mauz Miss Uarlpara, milliner. 

Matt.ausch Fiank, meat packer. 

^litlaufcb Joseph, blacksmilh. 

IViiiollcr E'aii! E\ Justice of Peace and 
Edilir and .Mngr Buftulo Cotinly Ke- 
publikancr and the Alma Blaetttr. 

Murr Wm, harness. 

Nic.daus Rev Augun F (Lutheran). 

Xicmaun Charles, saloon. 

Oennin<r John B, brick miifr. 

Rahm Conrad, harnessmaker. 

Rath John, mason. 

Richter P'rcd, saloon. 

Rutltiger Fretieriek, tailor. 

Roettiger Henry jr, cily treas\irer. 

Koettiger & Co (Henrj'". Henry jr ami Fred- 
erick liocttiger). planins.': mil!. 

Scberer Albert, piopr t^cherer's Hotel. 









P'M Ji 



FOlir\3TAEr4 C5TY, V/ES. 

:vtANUFACTUi;H;u of 
AM) ^v^o^.E.sALE ukaeek is 

Havana and Bomestic Cigars, 

MANUFA(rTUKEK OF THE CEEEDRATED 

"LaFour.tain"and"Leader" 

5c C20AKS. 



Chicap & Gisnd Iiyo^ % ^^^'^^^^li^'^gRi 



ars 



I lib blUilC^OCI i.i!/lj3 i;U,, l>aKv,.nocrnii<l FroiKhl 1:LJJVAT<)US, M 



clis <>( nil Uliidh, I'liiiips, l;it 



d-Po\vcv 
IX'arcliouse 

Stri'et, .llihtaukee, V( is. 



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?>cl!iiiilz JoliFi, Propr IJulIalo County 

lii'publikaner and Uk- A!mn Bl;u.tter. 
Sclinfi<U'r «»c«>r;,'C flJ, Cigar Miifr. 

(.'ve rt(/ii 0^-;) ) 
.'^cljneider tt fleck (Pelor Scbntidor, Wm 

Ileck), vessel owners. 
Scliuster &, Bro (Heraiiin and ?kIrs-Adrtra 

:^cliuster), general store. 
Schwark Fred M, sidnon. 
^chwaik & Clausen (Louis Scliwark), carps 
Sclnvoebel George, farm inipts. 
Senn Jobn J, insurance a^enl. 
Sfsauer Jacob, wiigonmakcr, 
jn.illi & Faber (Slerling Smith, Jolin P 

Faber), coopers. 
Sr.chn John, propr Central Flouse. 
Moll J tV Co (Jacob Sloll, Christian 

Floriu), Dealers in llaidware. Stove;, 

Tinware, Cutlery, Fence Ware and Iron! 
Teokcnbur.L' Henry, [general store. 
Tharicr S>:ivi*l,Pn)prCermnnia House 
'rhoeny David, creamery, 
ririch Conrad, winemaker. 
I'lermoehl John L, prin of bcbool. 
Waterman Moses, plivsioian. 
Westerkamp liros (Tbury and Gerbani), 

boots. 
Wltdmann Miss Adolpbina. milliner. 
AVunderlich & Schw(iebfl fJ;,ei,h Wonder- 
lich, Peter Sehwoebel), in;jM.ns. 

FOUKMILE. In Fond du Lnc 
county, 4 miles southwest of Fond du Dae 
tlie county seat, nearest bankin- and nhip- 
I'lDR point. 1; is on Ibe tii weekly .Marc 
rfHite from Fon<l du Lao to Drandiui 
1 opulation, 2.3. Mail, triweekly. 

FOX LAKE. Is pleasantly located 
» llie outlet of Fo.v Lake and ou the C) , 
>'■ *t St. P. Ky, in Diidue countv, 17 miles 
Ironi Juneau, the county seal, and t;.") 
liorthwesl of .Milwaukee. Il is a fiourish- 
iBf; incorporated villaije iu llie mid.st of 
>^ nch agricultural section, and C(.ntains 
'iaptist, Calholic, Com,'rei;ational, Dpi.sco^ 
l'!»l, Methodist and African churches, - 
JTaded public school, the Wisconsin F. 



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uiiuary, a brewery, a national 



•""ik, 2 11ourin'<.; mills, a grain elevator, a 
!'"'''"• hall and a live weekly newspaper. 



the J!fpreneiilalive (Rep.) Fo.\; lake, in 
the viciuit}', is a favorite summer resort. 
Tiie shipmenls comprises grain. Hour. li^b, 
live stock and produce. Exp , Am. Tel . 
W. U. Population, 1,100. Hobert T. 
Lewis, postmaster. 

Adams John, shoemaker. 

Ashley Cooper X, boarding house. 

Ashley ?[iss Ilattie, artist. 

Bank of Fox Lake (capital and surfilus, 

$20,000), W'm Ilolgale pres, Frank I 

Davison cash. 
Banta Arie, justice. 
Barron's Ibjlel, 11 Radell propr. 
Beule John, general store. 
Blaekwell Rev K J (Catholic). 
Blifcoilis C -M, apiari.M. 
Bump George \V, pumps. 
(Jlausen Henry, grain elevator. 
Clement Slepiieii, carpenter. 
Cochrane P, jeweler. 
Collins James, blacksmith. 
Coman S T it R iliichard Coman), Hour 

mill. 
Davies James C, cilv marshal. 
Eggleston Charles II, lumber. 
Fanshaw Aaron, i-tone quarry. 
Ford Leonard 10. insurance. 
Fox Lake Representative, llotcbkis3 ^t 

Son proprs. '^ 

French S C, physician. 
Gernuiiii Barney, apiarist. 
Haase Frederick, hardware. 
Ham A\' A, cheese mnfr. 
Mamil'ou F& Son (Francis and AVm X) 

lawyers. 
Hammond Andrew J. live t-l.ock. 
Iligbee Rev A \V (lOpiscopal). 
Ilillier Daac 1', groerr. 
Hoag Rev Cliarles AV (.Methodist). 
Ilolchkiss & Son (John and i:)ean J), 

propis Fnx Lake IJepre'^eutative. 
Houston Kmory J. live stock. 
Hughes Edward ,1, dentist. 
Hunter Robert S, 'z-eneral store. 
Johnson Bros (S D and F C), vaccine virus 

mnfr.s 
.lohnaon Frank C, poultry breeder. 
Johu.son Solomon D, physician. 
Jones jMorgan E, dry goi'>d3. 
Jones Thomas, tailor. 







Fir.sl -Class Worl; ( 
A«ia'«tUcllc« AdiiilulMei-cd. 



FOX LAKE, WISCONSIN. 



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Kiiiiiej- EHulltcrt E, Dentist; Piue 

Work a S^jtcialty. {'^ee adv, p 327.) 
Lewis Kobert T, postala^ter. 
Lewis & llorris (Robert T Lewis, Wm ^Y 

Morris), coal. 
Liebcastein Frank A, brewer. 
McCsii'lby John, agent Am Exp Co. 
Mahone}' Jobn, saloon. 
Slarrow <t Co (L'eter FT Marrow, Mrs 

Kaphael L Parker), druggists. 
Maltliew-s Mrs Richard, dreismaker. 
Medley John, restaurant. 
Mescrby Levi, carpenter.] 
MonisoD Walter, summer resort. 
Mullen ■Mrs Hilary V, milliner. 
Murphy Timothy, livery. 
North Joseph A, farm imp's. 
Ohly Uarlmau, meat market. 
Pardee Ch irlcs J, railroad agent. 
Pardee .Malcolm, railroad and tel agent. 
Parker W M, principal of schools." 
Parkinson Carrie, artist. 
Parkinson J Leroy, photographer. 
Purritt George T.'wagoumaker. 
Philipson Thomas, wagoninhker. 
Philipson iz ychlitzberg (John Philipson, 

John SrhlilzberL'), furniture. 
Poetter Krnbt F, blacdcsmith. 
Potts Albert II, druggi-t. 
Radell Herman, pro;ir Dirron's llolel. 
Rausch Nic, saloon. 
Roberts .Airs Margaret M, f.irm impts. 
Root Lyman N. mu.^ic teacher. 
Sage Nelson 0, pumps. 
Sager Charles, barber. 
Sanborn E & Co (E Sanborn), hardware. 
Saner Charles, meat market. 
Sawyer I lev F S (Congregational). 
Saxe John, harness. 
Schuchardt Charles, mason. 
Schumacher Peter, shoemaker. 
Seward John B, restaurant. 
Shiep John, saloon. 
Smith Wm, stone quarry. 
Stone Simon J, con feet ioner. 
Tarrant John E & Co (John E and JIar- 

garet >[ Tarrant), cencral store. 
Tarrant & Short (S W Tarrant, Dennis 

Short), general store. 
Tliomas Davil D, lawyer. 
Thornton Jcdin, flour mill. 
Tyrrell Miss Clara F, physician. 
AVallace Frederick A, physician. 
Warren George it Sons (George. Walter E 

and Frederick CI, live stock breeders. 
Watts Rev A C (liaptisl). 
Wel.'.h I'.ros (.Michael and Wm"), saloon. 
Willett John, veterinary surireon. 
Williams Moses E. eeneral store. 
Wisconsin Female College. 



Woodhead Rev J S (Methodist). 
Woodruff John B, physician. 



FOX LAKE JUNCTION. A sia 
tion on the C. , ^I. it St. P. Uy, in Dod;.; 
county, 3 miles south of Fo.^ Lake, iu 
postofflce. 

FOX RIVEK. On the C. A- N. W 

Ry and on river ni the same name, in Ke 
nosha county, 30 miles west of Kenosha, 
the judicial seat, and 9 from Burlington, 
the nearest banking point. Exp.. Am. 
Tel.,W. U. Population, -{'>. !Mail, daily. 
J. II. Roberts, postmaster, railroad, exp 
and tel agent. 



FRANCIS CREEK. A post villsge 
in Jlauitowoc coimty, 10 nules northwest 
of .Manitowoc, the county scat, uid .i north 
of Branch, the nearest railroad station. 
JIanitowoc is the neatest banking point. 
Population, l.jO. Mail, semi-weekly. F. 
Stastny, postmaster. 

Chloupek N, justice. 
Fogltunz Toma, shoemaker. 
Hrudka Frank, blaek-niitb. 
Ilrudka Joseph, wairouniaker. 
Civlliier I(3ieliael, Grocer. Flour pjjd 

Saw Mill. 
Munilowoc Pilot. 
Novak Jo.seph, mason. 
Pankralz Ignalz, saw mill. 
Schleger Jo^-eph, meat market. 
Stastny John, saloon. 
Teserik Joseph, thresher. 
Wacck W, c.-irpenter. 
Wit Emil, general store. 



FRANK, In Wu.-hingloii eouuly. 1'- 
mih'S southwest of \\'est BcliI, the judi- 
cial seat and banking point, ntul 4 fr.ini 
Jackson, it.s shipping jxiint. Population, 
100. l\Iail, daily. A. Frank, po.->linaster . 

FniiiSv AutMi'-la, Dressmaker. 
Frank J G, general store. 
Ilahmann August, blacksmith. 



FRANKLIN. A post villace on the 
Sheboygan river, in Sheboygan county, 11 
miles norlhwest of Sheboyg.an, the ci<i;uty 
seat, and ('. east of Elkhart, the nearest rail- 
road station. Sheboygan is the uearc:! 
banking pomt. Population, ZTiQ. M-.il. 
tri-weeiily. C. Reineking, postmaster. 

Arpke Frederick, saw and cider mill. 
Buyer .Fiicob, Mason. 



North Star I ron Works. ) CapncitT, .-,nO Imiuls-Knclneprs, Msrl,inktR. K(.nndi>r.. )i.iil..riM:-.!i'> 
i'AKIMi JUMlAt rri:l.\(i to. '. 3Iillnrii;iiU,Sa« .mil Jlachii.ery. ninii.i->ln,!iinpr.», (orlissan.nn 
4sh!and, - - Wisconsin. ) '^P®*^*^ ^"'s''*^'*' ^O'***"^* l'**'^*''^ran«niiltiii:i ^lacliinfrj.ctc. Seep. 



'UfiKISH B^THS ;- 

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in connection Trith tlie JANESVILLE THERMO-THERAPEUTIC BATHS, 

Hlork.voulh Iliter St.. -lanesvllle, \\U. The iMO^t cxton-.ive unii 

rative institution in Soutiiern Wisconsin. .«. A. NOKlilS, .lliiua^er. 



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}':cbeijbprger John, shoemaker. 

;:i;;ir Adam, blacksmith. 

(Jrelsch August, wagonmaker. 

Hfver Adolph, shoemaker. 

ICi-iit AntOD, carpenter. 

I.uiigeijberg Conrad, potter.' 

I.nlimana Bros, ger.eral store. 

Mi-':ioti House College. 

Muchats Hieronyraus, cooper. 

Kibm Adolph, cheese mnfr. 

1,'rinekiDg Simou, clieese mnfr. 

Koiiiekiii? €*<•: Grci!>e, General Store. 

il' -eburg Louis, saloon and cheese mnfr. 

S( tiaper Charles, physician. 

S.hneicier Carl, harnessmaker. 

Sthweiin Joachim, mason. 

^liker Wra, farm Irapts. 

FKANKSVILLE. A prosperous vil- 
Is.::e OD the C, M. •J: Si. P. ]ly, in Itacinc 
cotinly, 7 miles northwest of Racine, tliu 
'••at of justice and nearest banking point. 
Population, lijfl. Tel.,\V. U. E.xp,, Am. 
!!. il. Baldwin, postmaster. 

ISiiidwiit l£ SS,Gcnl Store and Livery. 

riiristiansen Andrew, shuemaker. 

<'iaue Henry, meat market. 

nifdeiich John, lilacksmith. 

)".rb L A, lailroad, e.\'p and tel agt. 

Iliiulnn A\'m, saloou. 

•b'liiison Chris, carpenter. 

l>'i cling Rev J 11 (Congregational). 

l.iwrcnce John, feed mill. 

-"•IcEachron F, carpenter. 

-Mulliiran James, hotel and saloon. 

Nimits liev F A Olethodisl). 

Owens E \\' , carpenter. 

Owr-ns U L, veleriuarv surgeon. 

lluiiinel Bros, llax mill. 

l;'>berls n B, hor^. breeder. 

Mlminerlon J !!?, Justice. 

I'li'imas Peter, hotel and saloon. 

Wideheck & Lark, general store. 

FRAZEH. A iioEtollicc in Shawano 
<iuiJity, IS inile.s southeast of Shawano, 
11. (• touuty scat, and 13 north of Seymour, 
'lie nearest railroad station and l)anking 
t^int. Stages triweekly to Shawaito, 
•"■retii Bay and Galesburg'h. Population, 
'-'• -Mail, Iri weekly. 

K( smichi J M, general store. 
^';rerisou M O, general store. 
^» Aguer ct Gardner, feed mill. 

FREDONIA. The postal name for 
U nulieka village, is in O/aukee couutv. >! 
;ni''-s northwest of Port Washmi:ton."the 
^''"( "f justice, and U northwest of Fre- 



donia Station, on the M. & N. 11. R , the 
nearest railroad approach. Port Washing- 
ton is the nearest banking point. Pojiula- 
tion, 300. Mail, daily, B. R. Burrell, 
postmaster. 

Borchardt August, tailor. 

Uiti-i-ell BNhop il. Broom Mnfr. 

Cassel Miss Ida, millmer. 

Cigrand Xicholas, blacksmith. 

Cooley Charles F, justice. 

C'ooley W \Y, cheese box mnfr. 

Cooley & Patsh, lime innfrs. 

Cramer R, photographer. 

Fintzen John, saloon and insurance. 

Frederick August, cheese mnfr. 

Gaigl Frauz, harnessmaker, 

Grotelnescher Fred, blacksmith, 

Hahn Matthias, saloon. 

HSeidiicr !)j' (i A, Drugs. 

llemmes John, mason, 

Janke Gus, builder, 

Katie J W, railroad, expand tcl agt. 

Keille Theodore, cattle breeder. 

Kendall John B. cal)iQetniaker. 

Klcasig Julius H, general .store. 

Knepiiie Frederick, saloon. 

Krctch P [I, painter. 

Kurtz John, wagonraakcr. 

Leucliinever Georce, shoemaker. 

minor n 85, Pump ."\Iiifr. 

Xeuns ,M T, general siure. 

Pallancb J B, llour mill. 

Pauliis Maltliias, shoemaker. 

Peterson C, brick mnfr. 

Kal/.er John, mason. 

Rudolph F E, carpenter. 

Ruilol|ih Herman, bniUler. 

Schaueble J B. flour mill. 

Schreiber Bernard, painter. 

Schumacher N D. hotel and auctioneer. 

Simon Pbiliii. live stock. 

TjiriUT SJii^-li. Hotel. 

Wadewil/, otto, meat market. 

Waswiler Julius, general store ami tailor. 

^Vit/.ig Fred, hardware and tinsmith. 



FIIEDONIA STATION. On the 

yi. Sl N R. R., In Ozaukee county, ciO 
miles north of Milwaukee, and 7 northwest 
of Port Washington, the county seat and 
neatest banking point. Sla'je daily to 
Fredouia. Population, 40. Tel., W. U. 
Exp., Am. C. H. Witt, postmaster. 

Bash Heuiy. musician. 
Cooley A: ISaeo, Saw Mill. 
Franzi.n B, insurance. 
Frederichs A F, grain. 
Froederet Bros, i;rain. 
Gabn Gcoige, bi icksmith. 



!;hicap,MilMul<ee S St, hi Pii,;r..'r;n'/eshnd Mbd 



wisconsi:] yEnEiiAi] Biino co., , , ^^^ ..vcxrK.«s or 

OfficoAFactory, iSlLako St., JlILWAlKEi:, WIS. LSIGSI IlflprOVSU llBIieilSn DiinCS, 






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Gain Jacob, ■vvaijoumaker. 

Hiltjen Joseph, tiiloon. 

Kant.' J W, railroad, express and tel agt. 

Kidel Theodore, live stock. 

Kraus F X. Ehoemi-ker. 

Jjauters John W, hotel and irapls. 

Neuens M T. general Etore. 

AVatry Andrew, saloon and impts. 

AVatry &, Frazeu, hardware. 

AVieseJohn. cerpeuler. 

Win C I!, General Store. 






FREEMAN. In ('ra-\ford coiir.ty, 
40 ndles north of Prairie du Cbien. the 
judicial .sent, 14 northen.sl of Lansiutr, Iowa, 
the nearest baukincr point, and "i from 
Ferryville, its nearest siiippinL' p ■int. 
Semi weekly mail stage to Ferryville. 
Population,' 3C0. 

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