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Full text of "Wyandot County directory. 1877. Comprising city directories of Upper Sandusky, Carey and Nevada; business directories of Marseilles, Kirby, Sycamore, McCutchenville, Little Sandusky, Belle Vernon, Whartonsburg .."



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COUNTY DIRECTORY. 




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n ^ DIKKCTORIES OF UPPER SANDUSKY, CAREY AND NEVADA 

BUSINESS DIRECTORIES OF MARSEILLES, KIRBY, SYCAMORE, 

McCUTCHENVILLE, LITTLE SANDUSKY, BELLE 

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dHistorical Sketches. 



UPPER SANDUSKY, O., 
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We take pleasure in presenting to our patrons this volume, 
The Wyandot County Directory. We have endeavored to 
give a complete Business Directory of the county, combined with 
historical and biographical sketches, and flatter ourselves with the 
belief that the task has been reasonably well performed. Con- 
sidering the time at our disposal, it cannot be expected that the 
sketches contained herein will be in any respect elaborate. They 
are merely hasty productions — surface skimmings as it were. We 
have been as careful as possible in giving facts, but have expected 
from the start to make some mistakes. In compiling information 
we have drawn liberallv from Hoives History of Ohio, Crawford's 
Qimpaign agaiiid ^"^a/nduski/, the filtsoi' the Democr<i tic Uvionixnd 
Nevada Enterprise, and have received many facts from old citizens 
of the county, to whom we express our sincere acknowledgements. 
In the Directory proper, mistakes no doubt will be found, but as 
all human efforts are »^*^ fallible we hope the public will judge 
us leniently. Thanking, our many patrons and friends for their 
liberality and their untiring efforts 'to aid us in the workiwe cheer- 
fully submit the volume to their kind consideration. 

. / I ^ PUBLISHERS. 



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OENERAL INDEX. 



Abreviations 81 

Alphabetical List; of Names Upper Sandusky 81-130 

" Carey 145-158 

" Xevada 157-168 

Business Directory, Upper Sandusky 131-136 

" ('arev , 154-155 

Xevada 169-17(» 

Maiseilles 172 

" McCutehenville 17«) 

'• Kirby 177 

" Little Sandusky 17i> 

" Belle Vernon 178 

Whart©nsburgli 174 

" Sycamore 175 

Flistory of Wyandot County 17-66 

List of Tax Payers Wyandot County 67-70 

Miscellaneous Directory, L'pper Sanduskv 137-140 

" ■ Carey ] 156 

•' Nevada 171 

" Marseilles 178 




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UPPER SANDUSKY. 

Allen B F 91 

Andrews & Bartow front fly leaf and 121 

Avres Isaac HS 

Barnes J \V,MD 119 

Bauscher B L 105 

Beery I H & A inside front cover 

BeervT E . . 11 1 

Beistle & Eaton 89 

Beidler P B front fly leaf 

FJerry Curtiss jr 80 

BerrV John 93 

BiUhardt A S5 

Bristol Wm 117 

Brinkerhoff A ^V' & Son. inside back cover 

Byron D W 113 

Campbell & Persing 93 

Central Bank 83 

Cramer D in 

Drum & Deal 105 

Demarest & Howell ... front cover 

First National Bank 85 

Fleck H.... 119 

Fleming H 115 

GriselTT E front fly leaf and 85 

(;rose J T " 95 

Hale & Freet 91 

HareD D ^ 83 , 

Harper George 83 

lEenderson J W. back cover 

] leiiry & Henderson . . inside front cover 

Hcv'm R, 3,i D 119 

Hollanslied & Klingler loi 

Hoyt & Pettit . . .' So 

Hudson House. . 107 

Hunt & White 87 

Karg J P & Bro i 09 



Kail A & W M inside front covef 

Kenan G W front fly leaf 

Kinnaman F & C F .. front cover and 15 

Kokenge B 97 

McKel'ly R 89 

McKelvy & Son back fly leaf 

Marshall & Son 109 

Maxwell J A inside back cover 

Miller & Eggleston 91 

Miller L C ^ 93 

Ovens Wm 107 

Pausch John front cover and 71 

Pierson House 91 

Pool MrsG W 97 

Russell Geo H ii3 

Savidge G A 85 

Schaefcr Fred .87 

Sears John D 87 

Seidei- & Beidler . . .15 and 9;; 

Shiffler J W nj 

Smith Eli 83 

Sm.alley A 115 

Stephah C 115 

Stockton J A top lines and front flv leaf 

Stoll & Co " 89 

Tracht Philip So 



Tripp F 

Vogel F 

VonStein T 
V'onStein L . . 
Wagner R A 
War.ier .1 R 

Waters Henry . . 

Worrello M A . 
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CAREY. 

Carey Times 

Harpster David 

Ludwij? &: Keller 

Sutphen J Z 

Wensinger J & J 

NEVADA. 
Dailey, Russell & Williams 

Knapp J F 

Keltner M N 

Myers & Son 

Nevada Enterprise. 

I'fisterer C 

Kussell John 

Smith J W 

MARSEILLES. 

Kemp G W & Son 

trader John 

McConnell D W, M D 

Merriman cV Kennedy 

Kamsdell W R. M D 



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Simpson SS 163 

Smith WII 164 

StudebakerJ 163 

McCUTCHENVILLE. 

Chamberlain J M 179 

Gaa Martin 179 

Myers «S: Brundage 176 

SYCAMORE. 

Saffell A 175 

Simpson J A 174 

S3 camore House 173 

KIRBY. 

Carter T H 175 

HvmanF W 174 

Martin W R 17S 

WH ARTO NSBURG. 

Coates Geo S H^ 

McClelland Wm 170 

Mohre & Bristol 16S 

Wharton House i68 



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MiSTORICAL SKETCH OF WYANDOT COUNTY, 



The section of country comprised within the boundaries of 
Wyandot County is noted for its historical associations. It was 
inhabited at an early day by the Wyandot tribe of Indians, from 
whom the county derives its name. 

By an act of the Legislature passed February 3d, 1845, the 
county of Wyandot was created, being formed from the counties 
of Crawford, Marion, Hardin and Hancock. It embraces an area 
of 404 square miles. There is returned for taxation, as tillable 
lands, 254,865 acres. The taxable value of the duplicate for 1875 
was returned at 1^10,256, 313. The surface of the county is level 
and the soil fertile. Probably one-third of it is prairie land. The 



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i8 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 

tract of country known as the "Sandusky Plains," is chiefly boun- 
ded by the Sandusky, the Little Scioto and the Tymochtee, the 
latter word signifying, in the Wyandot language, "around the 
plains," and lie within the counties of Crawford, Marion and Wy- 
andot. The townships of the county are thirteen in number, as 
follows: Antrim, Crane, Crawford, Eden, Jackson, Marseilles, 
Mifflin, Pitt, Richland, Ridge, Salem, Sycamore and Tymochtee. 

Wyandotf County is especially noted for being the scene of 
Crawford's defeat in June, 1782, and his subsequent death by the 
most cruel and inhuman tortures conceivable. The Delawares 
immolated Crawford to avenge themselves for the massacre of their 
people at the Moravian towns on the Muskingum. The spot where 
this bloody drama was enacted is now in Crawford township, a 
short distance from the town of Crawfordsviile, in the midst of a 
beautiful grove, on the southeast bank of the Tymochtee. As 
these sketches might be deemed incomplete without some account 
of so important an event in the history of this county, we cannot 
do better than quote the account given by Dr. Knight, Crr.wford's 
companion, who was an eye-witness of the fearful tragedy : 

"When we went to the fire, the Colonel was stripped naked, 
ordered to sit down by the fire, and then they beat him with sticks 
and their fists. Presently after I was treated in the same manner. 
They then tied a rope to the foot of a post about fifteen feet high, 
bound the Colonel's hands behind his back and fastened the rope 
to the ligature between, his wrists. The rope was long enough for 
him to sit down or walk round the post once or twice, and return 
the same way. The Colonel then called to Girty, and asked if 
they intended to burn him. Girty answered, yes. The Colonel 
said he would take it all patiently. Upon this, Captain Pipe, a 
Delaware Chief, made a speech to the Indians, viz., about thirty 
or forty men, sixty or seventy squaws and boys. 

When the speech was finished, they all yelled a hideous and 
hearty assent to what had been said. The Indian men then took 
up their guns and shot powder into the Colonel's body, from his 
feet as far up as his neck. I think that not less than seventy loads 
were discharged upon his naked body. They then crowded about 
him, and, to the best of my observation, cut off his ears; when 
the throng had dispersed a little, I saw the blood running from 
both sides of his head in consequence thereof. 



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The fire was about six or seven yards from the post to which 
the Colonel was tied ; it was made of small hickory poles, burnt 
quite through in the middle, each end of the poles remaining about 
six feet in length. Three or four Indians by turns would take up, 
individually, one of these burning pieces of wood, and apply it to 
his naked body, already burnt black with the powder. These tor- 
mentors presented themselves on every side of him with the burn- 
ing faggots and poles. Some of the Squaws took broad boards, 
upon which they would carry a quantity of burning coals and hot 
embers, and throw on him, so that in a short time he had nothing 
but coals of fire and hot ashes to walk upon. In the midst of these 
extreme tortures he called to Simon Girty, and begged of him to 
shoot him ; but Girty making no answer, he called to him again. 
Girty then, by way of derision, told the Colonel he had no gun, 
at the same time, turning about to an Indian who was behind him, 
laughed heartily, and by all his gestures seemed delighted at the 
horrid'scene. 

Girty then came up to me and bade me prepare for death. 
He said, however, I was not to die at that place, but to be burnt at 
the Shawanese towns. He swore by G — d I need not expect to 
escape death, but should suffer it in all its extremities. 

Colonel Crawford, at this period of his sufferings, besought 
the Almighty to have mercy on his soul, spoke very low, and bore 
his torments with the most manly fortitude. He continued in all 
the extremities of pain for an hour and three quarters or two hours 
longer, as near as I can judge, when at last, being almost exhausted, 
he lay down on his belly; they then scalped him, and repeatedly 
threw the scdp in my face, telling me, 'that was my great Captain.' 
An old squaw (whose appearance every way answered the ideas 
people entertain of the devil) got a board, took a parcel of coals 
and ashes and laid them on his back and head, after he had been 
scalped, he then raised himself upon his feet and began to walk 
round the post ; they next put a burning stick to him, as usual, but 
he seemed more insensible of pain than before. 

The Indian fellow who had me in charge, now took me away 
to Captain Pipe's house, about three-quarters of a mile from the 
place of the Colonel's execution. I was bound all night, and 
thus prevented from seeing the last of the horrid spectacle. Next 
morning, being June 12th, the Indian untied me, painted me 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 



black, and we set off for the Shawanese town, which he told me 
was somewhat less than forty miles distant from that place. We 
soon came to the spot where the Colonel had been burnt, as it was 
partly in our way ; I saw his bones lying among the remains of the 
fire, almost burnt to ashes; I suppose, after he was dead, they laid 
his body on the fire. The Indian told me that was my big Cap- 
tain, and gave the scalp halloo." 

On the 29th day of September, 181 7, Hon. Lewis Cass and 
Hon. Duucan M'Arthur, Commissioners appointed by the govern- 
ment of the United States, succeeded in concluding a treaty at 
Maumee Rapids, by which there was granted to the Wyandot tribe 
a reservation of twelve miles square in this county. The centre of 
this reservation was what was then known as Fort Ferree, at Up- 
per Sandusky. By the same treaty they were also granted a tract 
of one mile square on the Cranberry Swamp, on Broken Sword 
Creek. The Delawares were also granted a tract of three miles 
square, adjoining the other, on the south. Capt;iin Pipe, son of 
the chief who bore so conspicuous apart in the burning of Crawford, 
was the principal chief of the Delawares. In 1829 the Delawares 
ceded their reservation to the United States. The only Indians re- 
maining in Ohio on the 17th of March, 1842, were the Wyandots, 
and upon that day they ceded their reservation to the United States, 
Col. John Johnson, Commissioner on the part of the United States, 
had then the honor of making the last Indian treaty in Ohio. 

Crane township, 'in which the county-seat is located, was so 
named in honor of Tarhe, or "The Crane," a celebrated chief of 
the Wyandots. On the occasion of his death an Indian council 
was held at Upper Sandusky, in 181 8. 

Among the names preserved of Wyandot Indians, we find 
these : Bearskin, Blue Jacket, Big Tree, Biack Sheep,- Big River, 
Bull Head, Big Town, Curly Head, Caryhoo, Chop the Logs, 
Lump on the Head, Peacock, Porcupine, Providence, Split the 
Log, Stand in the Water, White Wing, Warpole and Washington. 

As an instance of the Indian character for order, and stability 
when christianized, Judge Leith, of Nevada, relates the following 
incident of an early camp meeting : 

''In the summer of 1837, the Rev. Mr. Wheeler, was holding 
a camp meeting in a beatiful oak grove, on the east bank of the 
Sandusky River, opposite Upper Sandusky. Nature had assumed 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 



her most charming attire ; gentle breezes stirred the leafy grove ; 
birds joined their songs in harmony with the solomn occasion. As 
I approached, the venerable minister occupied the stand, while 
around him, on benches arranged with great regularity, sat the 
Wyandot tribe of Indians. A planter never formed the hills in 
his garden straiter and more uniform than were those Indians. 
The minister and his surroundings gave to the occasion a most sa- 
cred and solemn appearance. The weather was fine, the roads 
were good. An Indian camp-meeting to the then new settlers of 
the surrounding villages and country was a novel scene. Tiffin, 
Findlay, Kenton, Marion, Bucyrus, Melmore and other villages 
furnished their quota of attendants. A comparatively small por- 
tion of the whites were seated and maintaining good order, while 
the balance of their number were riding, driving, walking and 
amusing themselves in various ways. In the midst of this the 
venerable missionary straightened up his tall, manly form, raised 
his eloquent voice to its highest pitch, and said : ' I have some- 
thing to tell you, and as I think it will be of interest to all of vou, 
I will tell it now, if you please, as some of you may leave the 
encampment, and I wish you all to heai; it. I have labojed with 
these people now eight years, breaking to them as best I could the 
bread of life. They are called by the Christian white man savages, 
yet in all that time, not once, under any circumstances, has one of 
them left his seat during service — not even a woman with her babe.' 
Under all circumstances, it was the severest and most timely re- 
buke I ever witnessed. It was felt with all its force, and stragglers 
took their seats or skulked away." 

The work of the missionary preceded civilization in Wyandot 
county, the advance guard being of the Methodist denomination, 
although a portion of the tribe of Wyandots had for a long time 
previously been under the instruction of the Catholics, About 
the year 1822, J. B. Finley, a Methodist minister, having secured 
assistance from the general government, erected a small mission 
church and school building upon the outskirts of Upper Sandusky. 
The church was constructed from blue limestone. The walls of the 
building, in a dilapidated condition, are yet standing, while the 
old Mission grave yard, in which it was built, contains many Indian 
graves. It is also the resting place of many of the early pioneers. 
The church building, unless repaired by the county officials, will 
soon be no more. 



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HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 



In July, 1843, the Wyandots took their departure for the Far 
West. At that time they numbered about seven hundred souls. 
The Wyandots were among the bravest of the Indian tribes, and 
had among their chiefs some men of high moral character. 

CRAWFORD'S BATTLE GROUND is thus described by 
Butterfield in his account of the expedition against Sandusky: 
'' The battle of Sandusky was fought in and around the grove since 
well-known as 'Battle Island,' in what is *now Crane township, 
Wyandot county, three miles north, and half a mile east, of the 
Court House in Uppsr Sandusky. This spot has always been readily 
identified, by reason of the scars upon the trunks of the trees, made 
by the hatchets of the Indians in getting out the bullets after the 
action. But the ' Island' may now be said to have disappeared. 
Cultivated fields mark the site where the contest took place. Oc- 
casionally an interesting relic is turned up by the plowshare, to be 
preserved by the curious as a memento of the battle." 

Colonel William Crawford was born in Orange county, Vir- 
ginia, in the year 1732. His parents were of Scotch-Irish origin. 
From his boyhood till his death there existed between himself and 
General Washington the warmest friendship and most intimate re- 
lation, they frequently corresponding with each other. The father 
of his country expressed the deep feelings of his heart upon being 
apprised of Crawford's death, in the following language : "It is 
with the greatest sorrow and concern that I have learned the mel- 
ancholy tidings of Colonel Crawford's death. He was known to 
me as an officer of much care and prudence; brave, experienced 
and active. The manner of his death was shocking to me ; and j 
have this day communicated to the honorable, the Congress, such 
papers as I have regarding it." 

SIMON KENTON, celebrated for his exploits in the North- 
west, and alter whom the town of Kenton was named, was once 
brought captive to Wyandot county, when taken by the Indians. 
General Simon Kenton, the renowned Indian hero, was born in 
Faquir county, Virginia, April 3d, 1755. He died in Logan county^ 
Ohio, in 1836, and his remains were buried near Zanesfield, in that 
county. He was the companion of Daniel Boone. In his en- 
counters with the Indians he displayed remarkable courage, sagacity 
and endurance. It is related of Kenton, that while traveling 
through the Sandusky Plains, he recognized, at the distance of half 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 23 

a mile, the identical grove in which he had run the gauntlet, in the 
war of the Revolution, /or/?/ nine years before. A further examina- 
tion tested the truth of his recollection, for there was the very race- 
path still existing, in which he had ran. It was near a road lead- 
ing from Upper Sandusky to Bellefontain, eight or ten miles from 
the former. 

THE OLD SYCAMORE, of which so much has been said, is 
still standing, on the banks of the Sandusky, a few hundred yards 
southeast of Upper Sandusky. This noble old monarch of the 
forest has a circumference, a yard from its base, of thirty-seven 
feet, and at its base it measures over forty feet around. Being one 
of the historical points of interest, it is visited by large numbers 
of strangers. Upon its trunk and branches may be seen many in- 
scriptions, carved there by individuals courting cheap fame and 
the perpetuation of their names. 

NATURAL CURIOSITY.— About a half mile east of the 
viUage of Old Tymochtee, on the Sandusky River, there is a clay 
bank, or cliff about one hundred feet high — probably the most ele- 
vated point along the Sandusky from its source in the Northeastern 
part of Crawford county, to its mouth, at Sandusky Bay. It is a 
natural curiosity, and, though a point of great interest and beauty 
is known to but tew people in the county. 

THE FIRST ELECTION for officers of Wyandot county, 
according to the abstract of votes filed away in the cabinet of John 
D. Sears, occurred April 7th, 1845. That being the first chapter 
in the political history of Wyandot county, we copy trom the re- 
cord the result. The township of Eden was not organized at 
that time. The following named gentlemen were duly elected: 
Commissioners — William Griffith, (whig); Stephen Fowler (Dem); 
Ethan Terry, (Dem). Treasurer — Abner Jury, (whig). Auditor 
— Samuel M. Worth, (Dem). Sheriff-^Lorin A. Pease, 1 whig). 
Recorder — John A. Morrison, (Dem). Cofoner — Albert Bixby, 
(Dem). Surveyor — Peter B. Beidler, (Dem). Prosecuting At- 
torney — Chester R. Mott, (Dem). The opposing candidates were; 
Commissioners — Charles Merriman, Jonathan Kear, Robert Stoke- 
ly. Treasurer — Daniel Ellis. Auditor — A. M. Anderson. Sher- 
iff— JohnKeiser. Recorder — Joseph Chaffee. Coroner — William 
Bevington. Surveyor — Azariah Root. Prosecuting Attorney — 
John D. Sears. The highest number of votes cast was 1288 for 
Surveyor. 



24 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 

THE FIRST COURT OF COMMON PLEAS for Wyandot 
county was a special term held at the office of Moses H. Kirby, in 
Upper Sandusky, April 8th, 1845. The Associate Judges presiding 
were Abel Renick, William Brown aud George W. Leith. The 
first regular term of Common Pleas Court was held in the old 
Council House, on the site now occupied by the present pub- 
lic school building, July ist, 1845. Ozias Bowen was the presid- 
ing Judge, and Abel Renick, William Brown and George W. 
Leith were the associate Judges. Guy C. Worth was appointed 
the first Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas. The names of 
the gentlemen comprising the first Grand Jury are as follows: Or- 
rin Ferris, Enoch Thomas, Alvin J. Russell, Benjamin Knapp, 
Rodney Pool, John C Dewitt, George W. Sampson, John Stoker, 
Hugh Welch, Andrew M. Anderson, A. Montee, Joseph E. Fouke, 
William I. Clugston, John Gormley and William Jones. 



WYANDOT PIONEERS. 

Believing that these imperfect sketches will prove of ad- 
ditional interest by introducing some account of those individuals 
whose early pioneer experiences and indomitable energy prepared 
the way to our present civilization and progress, we furnish here- 
with brief biographies of some of those who came to Wyandot 
county previous to 1850, and a few years subsequent thereto: 

Colonel Moses H. Kirby is a native of Halifax county, Vir- 
ginia. He came to Ohio in 1820, located at Hillsuoro, Highland 
county, Ohio, where he studied law and was admitted to the bar 
the same year. In 1826 he was elected to the Legislature from 
that county, to which he was re-elected four consecutive years. In 
1830 he was elected Secretary of State. After serving out his term 
in that capacity he practiced law in Columbus till 1840, when he 
moved to Marion county and settled on a farm. He was subse- 
quently appointed Receiver of the Land Office for the North- 
western country, going first to Lima, where the office was then lo- 
cated, but coming to Upper Sandusky upon the removal of the 
office thither, shortly after his appointment. In the winter of 1842 
he was appointed Indian Agent to appraise the Indian Improve- 
ments. When Col. Kirby first came to Upper Sandusky the town 
did not contain over half a dozen houses. The Indian Council 
House stood upon the site now occupied by the public school 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 25 



buiUlings, and in that old Council House he first kept the Land 
Office. Col. Kirby took an active part in organizing "Wyandot 
county^ which occurred in 1845. In the summer of that year, 
about half a dozen met in Little Sandusky to agree upon the 
boundaries of the county. Judge John Carey, now deceased, in 
whose honor the beautiful town of Carey is 'named, went to Co- 
lumbus, and lobbied the bill through the legislature. L^pon the 
organization of the first Masonic Lodge, in 1849, Col. Kirby was 
elected Master of the Lodge, continuing in that position twenty 
years. Colonel Kirby was an Old Line Whig, but has for several 
years cast his lot wnth the Democratic party. He has always been 
a consistent, upright member of society, and is honored and high- 
ly respected by all classes. In 1858 he was elected Probate 
Judge. He was re-elected, and served the county -in that capacity 
six years. Six years previous to that he was elected Prosecuting 
Attorney for one term. Though well up in years, the Colonel 
moves around w4th considerable sprightliness, and is at this time 
occupying the position of Prosecuting Attorney of Wyandot 
county. 

George W. Leith is among the oldest of the Wyandot county 
pioneers. In 1837 he bought a tract of land in what is now Eden 
township, and constructed a rude shanty four by ten feet, cover- 
ing it with green hickory bark. In that primitive style he lived 
four 'months, during which time he aspired for something more 
luxurious, and built a good log cabin. He cleared four acres of 
land, sowed the same in wheat, and harvested therefrom thirty 
bushels of number one wheat per acre. During Mr. Leith 's four 
months' experience in camp life his cattle strayed away three times, 
and his young wife remained alone upon three different nights, 
with no door to the '* camp," with two places of ingress and 
egress, and no white people within two and a half or three miles. 
Mr. Leith's principal occupation during the four months mentioned 
was hunting. During the same year that Mr. Leith located in 
Eden township, James Winstead and David Kiser built cabins in 
the same neighborhood, and moved into them. Isaac Miller moved 
in upon Broken Sword Creek about the same time. Afterwards the 
Indians sold the remainder of their lands in Eden township. What 
wonderful changes have occurred since then! The hunter's camp 
lias given place to the substantial and well-constructed dwelling 



26 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 

house, the pack-horse and ox team have been succeeded by rail- 
way trains and the best of horse teams, elegant harness and costly 
vehicles. Colonel Leith's residence is now in the flourishing town 
of Nevada. 

Joseph McCutchen, one of the early settlers of this part of 
Ohio, was born in Harrison county, Kentucky, February 2d, 1798. 
He came to Wyandot county in the fall of 1827, settling in Ty- 
mochtee. He afterward moved to McCutchensville, vv^hich town he 
laid out and owned. The town, of course, was named after that 
worthy veteran. Many years before the Wyandot tribe of Indians 
left for their home in the West, he was a pioneer of the then al- 
most unbroken wilderness. He was connected with political affairs 
at different times in his history, having been chosen by the people 
as Representative in the Legislature and State Senator. He held 
the position of County Auditor from 1856 till 1858. His occupa- 
tion was hotel keeping, which calling he loved. With the exception 
of the short time he resided in California he was engaged in that 
business till his death. His aim always was to make his guests feel 
at home when at his table. He was a man of great enterprise and 
public spirit, and projected and carried out many public improve- 
ments for the benefit of the early settlers, without regard to ex- 
penses, often using his own means to accomplish his laudable pur- 
poses. He introduced the plan of setting out maple trees along 
the sidewalks in front of the Court House and through the town of 
Upper Sandusky generally. He served with distinction as a soldier 
during our unhappy civil war. He was not a member of any 
church, but was always a liberal supporter of the Presbyterian 
Church, which was the church of his parents. He died March 
13th, 1869, having attained the age of 72. He served his country 
well, was a public benefactor, and passed from his earthly career 
honored and respe«-ted by all who knew him. 

Dr. James McConnell, of Upper Sandusky, is a native ot 
Huntington, Pa., having been born there on the 8th of March? 
1806. He practiced medicine in Lewistown, Pa., for a number of 
years. In the summer of 1845 he emigrated to Upper Sandusky, 
where he practiced his chosen profession up to a few years 
back. He is now well up in years, but is possessed of a remark- 
able degree of vigor and activity. 

C. Y. PiERSON, who died on the last day of the year 1876, at 
7 A. M., emigrated to Upper Sandusky about the year 1836. He 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 27 

first kept hotel at McCutchenville, and afterwards kept a hotel 
where Thomas Reber now lives, across the Armstrong Bottom, 
two miles south of Upper Sandusky. He next kept hotel in the 
building now occupied by John Van Marter. Sometime afterwards 
he and Dr. Jas. McConnell built a block on Sandusky avenue, apart 
of which is now known as McConnell's Block. In 1868 Mr. Pier- 
son's part of the block was torn down, and upon its site was built 
the block now known as the Pierson House. This house was first 
kept by Dal. C. Pierson & Co. It is now kept by Mrs. Naoma 
Atkinson, a daughter of the deceased. Mr. Pierson raised a large 
family of children, and died at a ripe old age. 

Hon. John Berry was born April 26th, 1833, in that portion 
of Wyandot county which was at that time called Crawford county. 
He received a liberal English education at the Common Schools 
and the Ohio Wesleyan University at Delaware, graduated at the law 
school of the Cincinnati College, was admitted to the bar in April, 
1857, and has since been engaged in the practice of his profession 
in Upper Sandusky. He was elected Prosecuting Attorney o 
Wyandot county in 1862, and again in 1864; never held or was a 
candidate for any other office until he was elected to the Forty- 
third Congress as a Democrat, receiving 13,668 votes against 9- 
925 votes for T. E. Douglas, Republican. 

Peter B. Beidler, the present Mayor of Upper Sandusky, 
was born December 22d, 1818, near Reading, Berks county, Penn- 
sylvania. He received a liberal education, and afterwards evinced 
a spirit of adventure which prompted him to quit the quiet walks 
of his early life and seek a home and fortune in what was then 
deemed the Far West. Acting upon this spirit, he forsook his 
early associates and beautiful surroundings and emigrated to the 
wilds of the then new and sparsely settled country which afterwards 
became Wyandot county, settling in McCutchenville, which was 
at that time a part of Crawford county. In 1 842 his sterling qualities 
were recognized by the voters of Crawford county, who elected 
him to the office of County Surveyor in April, 1843. ^^ April 1845, 
his services were again demanded, and he was elected to the same 
position for the newly-formed county of Wyandot. In June, 1845, 
he moved to Upper Sandusky, and was thereafter elected Surveyor 
of Wyandot county for about ten years. On the 8th day of Jan- 
uary, 1846, Judge Beidler was united in marriage to Miss Martha 



28 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 



J. McCutchen, daughter of Joseph McCutchen, one of the oldest 
pioneers of che county and the founder of McCutchenville. 
Mr. Bidler was elected Mayor of Upper Sandusky for 1850 and 
1 85 1, and now occupies the same position of trust and honor, hav- 
ing been elected in April, 1876. He was elected County Auditor 
in 1859, filling the position two terms, from March, i860, till 
March, 1864. He was Probate Judge of the county during three 
terms, from 1865 till 1874. He has now been a member of the 
Town Council about fourteen years. Judge Beidler, while an ac- 
tive politician, may very truthfully be called a conscientious and 
consistent one. During his long and useful life he has been devoted 
firmly and sincerly to the Democratic party, and has taken a very 
active party in the local politics of his county, having been called 
by the people to many posititions of honor and trust. A life-long 
Democrat, he may also be said to have been a life-long worker in 
the cause of education, philanthrophy and public improvements. 
He was the first to suggest and project brick pavements in Upper 
Sandusky, and to him may be attributed much of the present pro- 
gress and growth of our beautiful county-seat. About a year ago 
the Judge put up a handsome and well arranged office upon his 
lot on the north side of Wyandot Avenue, in which he is domiciled 
most of his time, attending to his duties as Mayor, Attorney at 
J.aw and Notary Public. All who enter the cosy department of 
Judge Beidler — high or low, rich or poor, are greeted with a hearty 
welcome and kind and cheerfel words by our worthy Mayor. 

Isaac H. and Anthony Beery. — These gentlemen are 
the pioneer dry goods merchants of Upper Sandusky. They 
came thither in October, 1850, from Fairfield county, Ohio, of 
w^hich county they w^ere natives. They commenced the dry 
goods business in a frame building which stood upon the ground 
nov\^ occupied by their present building. In 1862 they built their 
present handsome and commodious brick block. Two other 
brothers — George W. and Thomas — located in the neighbor- 
hood at the same time, all turning their attention to various in- 
dustrial and commercial pursuits, and by close attention to 
business, honesty, integrity and economy have»greatly prospered. 
Their example in business life may well be commended to those 
starting out in the pursuits of hfe. They belong to the honest, 
substantial and upright business class of Upper Sandusky. 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 29 



Chester R. Mott. — Judge Mott is a native of Susque- 
hanna county, Pennsylvania. In the year 1834 he removed 
from thence to Erie county, in the same State, where he studied 
law, was admitted to the bar, and practiced his profession three 
or four years, up to the time of his departure for what was then 
termed the Great West. From Erie county. Pa., he emigrated 
to Wyandot (then Crawford) in 1844. Here helias practiced his 
profession, except during such times as the people have called 
him to serve them in public office. He was the first Prosecuting 
Attorney of Wyandot county, having been elected in April, 
1845, just after the organization of the county. After holding 
the office about two years, he resigned. He was elected County 
Auditor in the fall of 1849, and was re-elected to the second 
term. In 1857 he was elected to the General Assembly from 
the Representative District composed of the counties of Wyan- 
dot and Hardin. In 1865 he was again elected to the position 
of Prosecuting Attorney — just twenty years ai(er his tirst elec- 
tion to the same office. This time he served a term of five years. 
In 1866 he was elected Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in 
the Third Judicial District, by the electors of the Fourth Sub- 
division, embracing the counties of Wyandot, Crawford, Seneca 
and Hancock. In 1870 he built the fine house he now occupies, 
on the south east corner of Wyandot Avenue and Fifth street- 
Judge Mott has been elected Mayor of Upper Sandusky severaj 
times at difiernt intervals, and has been a member of the School 
Board and Common Council for many years. He never voted 
anything but the Democratic ticket. His life has been one of 
great usefulness, and he is greatly honored and respected by a 
host of friends and admirers. 

T. E. Grissell. — Mr. Grissell is a native of Columbiana 
county, Ohio. He came to Upper Sandusky in 1852. In 1854 he 
was elected County Clerk on the Republican ticket, and served 
three years. He built the beautiful residence he now occupies, on 
Eighth street, in 1857. In the year 1870 he established a brick 
and tile manufactory in the northeastern part of town, which he 
continues to run in addition to his practice as an attorney at law. 
Mr. Grissell is a staunch adherent to the Republican party. He 
is a good lawyer, a man of great moral principles, and a citizen of 
whose worth his county and town may well be proud. 



30 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 

Hon. Curtis Berry, Jr., was born in what was, at the time 
of his birth, Crawford county, but which is now Wyandot county. 
He was liberally educated at the common schools and at the Ohio 
"Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio. He studied law with his 
brother John. He was elected Cou^ity Clerk at intervals for three 
terms, and was twice elected State Senator on the Democratic 
ticket. Mr. Berrv's fortunes are firmlv united with the Democratic 
party. He is a orood lawver and a forcible speaker. 

David Harpster. — Mr. Harpster is a nativt^ of Pennsylvania, 
He came to Wvandot countv in 1830, purchased land six miles 
south of Upper Sandusky, and has been engaged in farming, stock- 
raising and speculatir^ ever since. He has been very successful in 
his efforts, and is now nearly, if not quite, the wealthiest man in 
Wyandot countv. A great deal of his attention has been devoted 
to wool growing. Mr. Harj^ster is one of the proprietors and 
owners of Fowler Citv, a new town recently started on the Colum- 
bus and Toledo Railroad, six miles south of Upper Sandusky. 

Samuel M. Worth. — Mr. Worth is a native of Vermont, 
from whence he went to Massachusetts at an early day. From 
Massachusetts he emigrated to Little Sandusky in March, 1836. 
Little Sandusky was then in Crawford county. After the organi- 
zation of Wvandot countv, in the spring of 1845, ^"'^ was elected 
the first Auditor of the county, and being re-elected, served in all 
five vears. At the expiration of his time in that office, he returned 
to Little Sandusky, remaining there till the year 1867. He con- 
ducted a first-class country store in Little Sandusky for several 
years, the firm name at first being ''G. C. & S. M. Worth." He 
afterwards owned and kept the store alone. He served as Jus- 
tice of the Peace at Little Sandusky five years. In the fall 
of 186=; he was elected a member of the State Legislature, and 
was afterward re-elected for a second term. In 1867 he moved 
again to Upper Sandusky, where he engaged in the dry goods 
trade for a period of about four years. For the past six years he 
has been disengaged from business. Mr. Worth came to Wyan- 
dot county seven years before the Wyandots departed for their 
homes in the West, and did a large amount of trading with that 
tribe. Captain Worth witnessed the shooting of Toorahehtah (?) a 
Wyandot Indian, during the summer of 1839 or 1840. Toorahehtah 
had killed one ot his tribe with a club, a council of Indians was 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 31 

called, and it was decided that the prisoner should be shot. He 
was taken to the river bottom, a short distance below the public 
school building, and there compelled to kneel. Six Indians were 
selected to carry out the programme. One of the guns was un- 
loaded, while five were loaded with balls. The Six Indians, when 
they fired, stood about three rods from their condemned and ill- 
fated brother. 

Henry Maddux was born in Somerset county, Maryland, 
July 7th, 1819. In the month of May, 1826, he emigrated to 
Marion county, Ohio. In April, 1846, he came to Wyandot 
county, and has practiced law in Upper Sandusky since 1851. He 
was appointed School Examiner in 1853, which position he held 
until the year 1868, when he resigned and went to Springfield, Ohio. 
In the spring of 1870 he returned and was soon thereafter elected 
Prosecuting Attorney for one term. He served three years as 
Township Clerk. For the past five years Mr. Maddux has been 
one of the Directors of the First National Bank of Upper San- 
dusky. Since_^his residence in Wyandot county he has prospered 
materially, having accummulated considerable wealth. 

Dr. S. W. Holmes. — Dr. Holmes is a native of Marion 
county, Ohio. He came to Carey, Wyandot county, in 1853, where 
he practiced medicine until 1859, when he abandoned his profes- 
sion and settled in Upper Sandusky. Since then he has engaged 
in Insurance business, collecting, etc. He was Assistant Assessor 
under the Excise law in 1863. He has been one of our Public 
SchooFj^Examiners for the past seven years. Dr. Holmes is a 
thoroughbred Republican, and^sincerely attached to that organi- 
zation. He is a gentleman of great firmness and integrity, and 
whatever he undertakes he does with all his might. 

George W. Beery, Sr., President of the Wyandot County 
Bank, was born in Fairfield county, Ohio, July 2 2d, 1822. In 
the month of June, 1847, he moved to Upper Sandusky, where he 
practiced his profession, attorney at law, until the breaking out of 
the war. He was appointed School Director about the year 1854, 
and was elected to that position in 1873. ^^- Beery's motto has 
always been, never to seek an office of any kind, but never to re- 
fuse an office, however humble, when called to it by the people. 
Upon the ^breaking out of the war he was appointed Internal 
Revenue Assessor by Mr. Lincoln, for the then Fifth Congressional 



32 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 

District. After being relieved from that position by President 
Johnson, he organized the ''Wyandot County Bank," of which 
flourishing institution he has been President for the past nine years. 
Mr. Beery is a man of great positiveness and strength of charac- 
ter, a worthy and honorable citizen, and a noble-hearted gentle- 
man. 

George Harper. — Mr. Harper emigrated trom Ross county, 
Ohio, in 1821, settling near the town of Mexico, Wyandot coun- 
ty, where he engag-^ in the business of farming until the year 
1846, in the spring of which year he came to Upper Sandusky. — 
At the fall election in 1845, ^^ was elected the second Treasurer 
of Wyandot county. Since his arrival in Upper Sandusky he has 
pursued various kinds of business. He was a passenger conductor 
for a period of five years on the Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne and Chi- 
cago Railway. He is now engaged in the grocery business. 

John F. Curlis. — Mr. Curlis was born February 9, 1828, in 
New Jersey. He emigrated to Wyandot county in the month of 
June, 1839, settling at Belle Vernon, where h'e engaged in farm- 
ing. He came to Upper Sandusky in the fall of 1873 ^^^^ opened 
a grocery with D. Moody, as partner, with whom he is yet as- 
associated in the same business. 

Jacob Juvinall. — Jacob Juvinall is a native of Ross county, 
Ohio. He came to Upper Sandusky in May, 1846, where he en- 
gaged in the dry goods business for a period of five or six years. 
For the last twenty-one years he has been engaged in farming 
near Upper Sandusky. He was the first Recorder of Crane town- 
ship. 

Milton Morral, — Milton Morral was born in Pitt town- 
ship, Wyandot (then Crawford) county, a mile and a half from 
Little Sandusky, on the i8th day of August, 1822. He is a prac- 
tical farmer, and now resides in Salem township, on Little Ty- 
moohtee creek, close to what is known as "Sugar Island Grove." 
Mr. Morral is an extensive dealer in live stock. 

John S. Rappe. — John S. Rappe, President of the Central 
Bank, is one of the early pioneers of Wyandot county. He is a 
native of Canton^ Ohio, tVom whence he came to Little Sandusky 
in the year 1837. There he was engaged in the hotel business for 
many years, and gained for himself the reputation of keeping one 
of the best inns in all the Northwestern country. He was a popu- 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 33 



lar and accommodating landlord, and his hotel was made the ren- 
dezvous for drovers, stock buyers, and business men general y of a 
very wide scope of country, A few years since he moved to Up- 
per' Sandusky, and when the Central Bank was organtzed he was 
elected President of the same,which position he now occupies Mr. 
Rappe narrates many interesting incidents in connection with the 
early history of Wyandot county. , ^. n , 

R D DUMM, the present gentlemanly and efficient County 
Clerk,' has been intimately associated with the affairs of Wyandot 
county for-many years. Although a party man, and zealous 
woker for the interests of the Democratic party, his untiringefforts 
for the promotion of the material interests and the genera pros- 
perity of the whole county have secured for him the sympathies of 
in classes, and challenge the admiration of even h,s Pol'tical op- 
ponents, and he is to-day one of the most popular -""^n oTthe 
ever elevated to so important a trust, since the organization of he 
county As a journalist he stands deservedly high, having taken 
a conspicuous and notable part in editing and Publishing, a. >nter- 
vals, different county papers. Mr. Dumm is a native of Pit sburgh 
Pa. He was born on the 3d of July, 1835. I" the year 1842 he 
resolved to try his fortunes farther west, and accordingly found 
himself soon thereafter m McCutchensviUe, which was then lo- 
cated in Crawford county, where he attended school for some 
time In 1845 he entered the Pioneer office as an apprentice re- 
maining there till he finished his trade. In 1850 he. leased the 
Pioneer office, and after publishing that paper several months gave 
it up and entered the Ohio Wesleyan University, at Delaware 
where he pursued a course of studies for two years. On the 3d of 
November, .854, he commenced the publication of the D^«omU«. 
nr^dicrUo;, aseven column paper, of the same sized sheet then us d 
by the Pioneer. In this position he continued about two years, 
Jhen he commenced the study of law with Chester R. Mot , Esq 
remaining as a student two years, and then attended law lectures 
in Cincinnati six months; returning to Upper Sandusky he 
opened out a law office, and practiced that profession some time. 
On the i8th of February, 1S58, Mr. Dumm assumed control of tlu 
Demoeratic Union, as editor and proprietor. On the 12th o No- 
vember, 1868, he took leave of the C/nton and was succeeded b> h.. 
Zimmerman. Shortly afterward he changed his residence, going 



34 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 

to Fort Wayne, where he edited the Daily Sentinel with much 
ability and vigor for a period of five years. He then returned to 
Upper Sandusky and again assumed editorial control of the Union 
for about a year. In 1875 he was elected by a flattering majority 
to the office of County Clerk, which position he yet retains. As 
a veteran editor and publisher, a public official, and a })rivate citi- 
zen, he holds a high place in the confidence and esteem of the 
people. 

James G. Roberts, Cashier of the First National Bank of 
Upper Sandusky, is a native of Sussex county, New Jersey, 
from whence he emigrated to Richland county in 1834. From 
there he went to Knox county in 1836, and came from the latter 
place to Upper Sandusky in 1846, where he opened a drug store 
in the year 1849, ^^ ^^^^ northeast corner of Sandusky and Wy- 
andot Avenues, in partnership, the firm name being " Cross & 
Roberts." Sometime afterward Mr. Roberts opened a dry goods 
store in a building which stood on the site now occupied by 
Katzenmeyer's Block. There were but three buildings on San- 
dusky Avenue when Mr. Roberts came to Upper Sandusky, 
one of which was the " McIlvaineHouse," now occupied by John 
Van Marter. Divine service was then conducted in the old 
Mission Church. In 1847 ^^^- Roberts was appointed Deputy 
Auditor, which position he held for two years. For about thir- 
teen years he has been a stock -holder in the First National 
Bank, and for the past three years has been engaged as Cashier 
of the same. During the years of 1867 and 1868 he built his 
residence, which is located on the corner of Sandusliy Avenue 
and South street. The building and grounds surrounding form 
one of the handsomest and most comfortable residences in Wy- 
andot county. 

Robert McKelly. — The name of Judge McKellj stands 
conspicuous in the history of Wyandot county. He is a native 
of Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. He came to Upper San- 
dusky in 1845, where he has practiced law a great portion of 
his time. Mr. McKelly has been prominently connected with 
many public enterprises, and has labored industriously to ad- 
vance the interests of Wyandot county. He was the first Reg- 
ister of the Land Office, retaining the position several years and 
sold all the Wyandot Reservation, including the lots in Upper 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 35 



Sandusky. He was the first Probate Judge of Wyandot C(ninty. 
Mr. JVJcKelly was elected State Senator on the Democratic 
ticket in the fall of 1857. He occnpied the position of Mayor of 
Upper Sandusky for a period of four years. He was a Director 
on the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago' Railroad for several 
years, 

John D. Sears. — Mr. Sears is another of those veterans 
whose experience dates back to the organization of the county. 
He was born in Delaware county, /New Y'ork, February 2d, 
1S21. In the year 1836 he emigrated to Crawford county, Ohio. 
Sometime after his arrival he entered the Ohio University, at 
Athens, O., as a student, where he finished his college education. 
He afterwards read law at Bucyrus, with Josiah Scott, (since 
Chief Justice) and was admitted to the bar in 1844. On the 4th 
of March, 1845, he settled in Upper Sandusky, and has ever 
since taken an active part in promoting its prosperity, as well 
as that of the whole county. Mr. Sears was twice elected 
Mayor of Upper Sandusky. He was a member of the Third 
Constitutional Convention of Ohio, which assembled in 1873. 
He occupied a place upon the School Board for some time. His 
elegant residence on Eighth street W' as built during the year 
I853. Mr. Sears has practiced law most of the time since he 
came to Upper Sandusky, of which honorable profession he is 
an able and accomplished member. 

Allen Smalley. — Squire Smalley, though not one of the 
earliest pioneers, has a checkered experience not devoid of in- 
terest, and has nobly done his part in advancing and develop- 
ing the interests of Wyandot county. Mr. Smalley is a native 
of Ashland county, Ohio. He was born December 36th, 1842, 
and came to Crawfordsville in 1854, where he engaged in tilling 
the soil until i860. In the spring of 1862 he enlisted as a pri- 
vate in the Forty-ninth Ohio Infantry, in which Regiment he 
served about eleven months, when he was discharged on ac- 
count of sickness. After recovering he attended two terms of a 
scientific course in the Ohio Wesleyan University, at Delaware, 
Ohio. In the spring of 1864 he enlisted in the Signal Service 
of the United States, his headquarters being at New Orleans, 
and served with distinction till the close of the war. During 
his enlistment in the Signal Service, he was assigned, along 



^6 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 

with thirty-six others, Commodore Farragut in command, to 
run the blockade at Mobile Bay, past Fort Morgan. By refer- 
ence to history, it will be seen that this was one of the grandest 
naval engagements ever fought on American waters or any- 
where else. After the close of the war Mr. Smalley went to 
Ann Arbor, Michigan, completed a course of law studies, and 
was admitted to the oar in that city. He aftewards practiced 
law two years in Illinois, and then went to Jackson, Tennessee, 
where he remained about eight months, during which time he 
visited many other portions of the South. Having satisfied by 
dear experience, his longings for a home in the "Sunny South," 
he went to Mount Vernon, the count3'-seat of Posey county, 
Indiana, where he engaged in school teachmg for five months, 
when he returned to Upper Sandusky, and was soon thereafter 
appointed Superintendent of the Union Schools, retaining the 
position about two years. For the past three years he has prac- 
ticed law in connection with his duties as Justice of the Peace. 
Mr. Smalley was an active member of and officer of the Wyandot 
Agricultural Society for several years. 

D. D. Hare. — Though young in years, Mr. Hare's experi- 
ence in Wyandot county dates b^ck to a very early period. He 
was born in Seneca county, Ohio, January 9th, 1843. ^^ came 
to Wyandot county about the year 1844, and engaged in farming 
in Crawford township until he was eighteen years of age, after 
which he attended the Ohio Wesleyan University, at Delaware, 
several terms. The war breaking out, he quit his studies at Col- 
lege and entered the service as a Clerk for General Sheridan, with 
headquarters at New Orleans. At the close of the war he attended 
Law School at Ann Arbor, Mich., one year, and was admitted to 
the bar in 1867. He practiced his profession a short time in 
Carey, and in May, 1868, moved to Upper Sandusky, where he 
seemed to have realized that it was " not good for man to be alone," 
and joined the army of happy Benedicts. He was Mayor of Up- 
per Sandusky from 1872 till 1876, and served on the Board of ^ 
school Examiners eight or nine years. Mr. Hare is a talented 
young man, possesses great energy, and bids fair to acquire emin- 
ence in his calling. 

A. W. Brinkerhoff. — Mr. Brinkerhoff was born in Gettysburg, 
Pa., March 4th, 1821. From there he moved direct to McCutch- 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 37 



ensville in the month of May, 1834, where he settled in the woods 
and cleared land for a period of seven years. He afterwards 
learned the cabinet making business with Isaac H. Durborah, of 
McCutchensville. He then followed carpentering, one year, when, 
with impaired health, he engaged in clerking for James M. Cham- 
berlain and Alexander Campbell, who carried on a country store 
in McCutchensville. He afterwards attended school at the Ohio 
Wesleyan University, Delaware, where he finished his course of 
studies in the brief time of sixty days! At the close of his col- 
lege experience he taught school in Sycamore and near McCutch- 
ensville about one year, when he opened out in the dry goods 
business in the town of Sycamore, in partnership w^ith J. B. Wil- 
son, continuing seven years. On the third day of April, 1857, 
he moved to Upper Sandusky. Previous to this he had invented 
many articles of utility, and after moving his family to Upper 
Sandusky he commenced traveling and sold territorial rights for 
several years, after which his inventive genius was again called 
into action and brought forth what is known as the ''Brass Corn 
Husker," ''Common Sense Ink Stand," "Ohio Fruit Jar," several 
kinds of corn planters, and various other articles of merit, and in- 
troduced them to the public until the year 1867, when he was at- 
tacked with a severe illness, which confined him to his room for 
two years. After his recovery, in partnership with his son, he en- 
gaged in the business of selling Organs, Sewing Machines and 
Queensware, in which vocation he is still engaged, on Wyandot 
avenue. The "Ohio Fruit Jar Company" of Upper Sandusky, is 
an association organized for the manufacture and sale of his in- 
vention — the "Ohio Fruit Jar." Mr. Brinkerhoff stayed over 
night at the old Indian tavern, (which stood on the lot now occu- 
pied by the residence of Curtis Berry, Jr., j on the last night of 
Mr.y, 1834. It was kept by William Walker, and was at that time 
the only house in Upper Sandusky. Although always interested 
in the affairs of his nation. State, county and town, Mr. Brinker- 
hoif has never consented to be a candidate for any office. 

J. A. Maxwell, propriator of the "Centennial Block," was 
born in Cumberland county, P-ennsylvania, on the 5th day of 
August, 1829. From thence he emigrated to Ohio in 1854, loca- 
ting in Upper Sandusky, where he taught school for about two 
years. In 1857 he commenced selling drugs and medicines in a 



38 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 

frame building which stood where Katzenmeyer's Blcck now is. 
The firm name at first was ''Maxwell &: Holton," then J. A. 
Maxwell & Bro.," and afterwards "J. A. Maxwell." In the 
spring of 1866 he entered the Wyandot County Bank as Cashier, 
where he remained about eighteen months, and in the Fall of 1868 
commenced the dry goods business in partnership with T. E. 
ISeery, on the old Maxwell Corner. He continued with Mr. 
Beery three years and six months and then conducted the business 
alone four years longer. On the 14th ot February, 1877, e 
moved into his new room on Wyandot avenue, near the Post 
office. Mr. Maxwell's new building, ''Centennial Block," was 
commenced and completed during the Centennial year. It is a 
very substantial and commodious brick structure, two stories in 
heighth. The east lower room is occupied by Mr Maxwell as a 
store room, and is a model room for the purpose — probably equal 
to any in Northwestern Ohio. The firm of Drum & Deal, 
grocers, occupy the west lower room. Mr. Maxwell is one of the 
staunchest and most reliable business men in Wyandot county. 

S. Watson, President of the First National Bank, is a native 
of Livingston county. New York. When about seventeen years of 
age he emigrated to Seneca county, Ohio. From thence he came 
to Wyandot county about the year i860, and settled in Upper 
Sandusky. Through the appointment by J. B. Rothschild, he 
served for some time as Deputy Collector for the Fifth Internal 
Revenue District. He was Cashier of the First National Bank 
during the first ten years of its existence, and for over three years 
past has been President of the same. During the years 1867 and 
1868 he built his handsome and costly residence, on Sandusky 
avenue. Mr. Watson has met with financial success, and is one 
of the representative business men of Wyandot county. 

J. V. S. HoYT, of the firm of "Hoyt & Pettit," grocers, is a 
native of Springport, N. Y. He emigrated from Livingston coun-_ 
ty, in that State, to Sycamore township, in the fall of 1843, ^^^ 
engaged in farming until the year 1851, when he came to Upper 
Sandusky. During the year last named he was appointed Deputy 
Auditor by Judge Mott, serving two years, when he was elected 
County Auilitor and served a term of two years. He then ran 
against Joseph McCutchen, (Rep.) for the same office, and was de- 
feated. At the next election he was again a candidate for the 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 39 



same office, the opposing candidate on the Republican ticket be- 
ing Frank W. Martin, and was elected. He served one term and 
then went into the grocery and provision business with George W. 
Harper, in a building located near Billhardt's drug store. 
He afterwards sold out and engaged in farming two years; then 
(jpened out again in the grocery business with George Harper, 
continuing two years, when the firm moved into the room now oc- 
cupied by the firm of Hoyt & Pettit. Mr. Hoyt has been in part- 
nership with Mr. Pettit more than a year. Mr. Hoyt is a gentle- 
man of excellent business qualifications. 

Jacob W. Fought, of the firm of " Foucht & King," was 
born in Perry county, Ohio, November 15th, 1839. In the month 
of October, 1853,. he settled in Wyandot county, where the en- 
gaged in farming and school teaching for about ten years, after 
which he clerked for the firm of I. H. & A. Beery about two 
years, then sold dry goods for S. H. Hunt a year and nine months. 
He afterwards opened out a dry goods store in partnership with 
Jacob Juvinall, the firm name being " Juvinall & Foucht," in the 
room now occupied by John Clark, continued two years, when 
the firm moved into the room now occupied by Foucht (t King. 
Two years ago Messrs. Juvinall & Foucht dissolved partnership and 
Mr. Foucht associated himself with Mr. King. Mr. Foucht was 
President of the School Board one year. Mr. Foucht is a good 
citizen and a first rate business man. 

Frank Tripp, Sr — Frank Tripp, Sr., is a native of Phila- 
delphia. He was born the 13th day of May, 1822. In or about 
the spring of 1845 ^'^^ moved from Pittsburgh to Upper Sandusky. 
Shortly afterwards he went into partnership with Abram Trager, 
in the blacksmith business. When the war broke out he enlisted 
as a blacksmith and remained three years. In 1864 he commenced 
business as a carriage and wagon maker in the building where he 
now holds forth, on Seventh street. Mr. Tripp is a straightfor- 
ward, conscientious, energetic and affable gentleman. 

John Owens. — Mr. Owens is a native of M,ontgomeryshire, 
North Wales. In the month of August, 1820, he emigrated to the 
United States and located in Delaware, Ohio. He was only six 
years old when he left his native land for the New World. On 
the 1 2th of November, 1848, he settled in Upper Sandusky, where 
he has ever since been engaged in the business of mercahant tailor- 



40 . HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 



ing. He was elected Corporation Clerk a few years ago, for one 
term. His father John built and plastered the old Mission Church, 
liaving contracted for the completion of the .same with the pioneer 
missionary, Rev. James B. Finley. 

J. A. Gottfried & Bro., hardware merchants, are natives of 
Baden, Germany. They emigrated to the United States in 1847, 
coming directly to Wyandot county and locating in Crane town- 
ship, where they engaged in farming, two or three years. During 
a period of fifteen years they manufactured brick in the north- 
eastern part of town. Twelve years ago they commenced the 
hardware business, in which they still continue. 

Archie Allen. — Who has not heard ot Archie Allen ? His 
experience in Wyandot county dates back aboutas early as that of 
any one now living. He was born on the sacred soil of Old Vir- 
ginia, near Winchester, on the ist of April, in or about the year of 
1808. lie was reared on a farm, remaining there until he was 
twenty years of age. Qn the 12th day of April, 1834, he left the 
state that ''never tires," and came directly to McCutchens- 
vilie, where he worked at various things for some time. He ar- 
rived in McCutchensville on horseback, owned the animal he rode, 
and had besides money enough to enter forty acres of land, at a 
dollar and a quarter per. acre. In or about 1836 he came to Up- 
per Sandusky, and opened a barber shop about the year 1844, on 
the lot where Curtis Berry, Jr., now lives, on Fourth street ; after- 
wards moved his building on the lot where Fleck now keeps a clo- 
thing store; sometime afterwards moved in the building now oc- 
cupied by Moody & Curbs, grocers; barbered there awhile and 
then moved into the small frame building now occupied by Benja- 
min Liebenthal as a feed store; in 1862 built the building known 
as ''Archie's Block," on Sandusky Avenue, moved into it and con- 
tinued his trrde of liarber and hair dresser several years. After 
the war he quit that business and started a feed store, which he 
continues at present. Mr. Allen is good-na;tured and possesses a 
happy disposition, — he never ivas married. 

As far as we have been able to learn, the following named 
gentlemen came to their respective places during the years 
mentioned : John Ragon, farmer. Crane township, winter of 
1827. Jacob Corfraan, farmer, Tymochtee township, 1828. Dr. 
Sampson, McCutchenville, 1828. William Brayton, farmer, 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 41 

Crawford township, 1S20. David Ayres, Upper Sandusky, 1846. 
Anthony Bowsher, 1819. Robert Bowsher, 1819. 

It is not practicable, with the limited time at our disposal, to 
write sketches of all the early settlers — not even all of the 
earliest pioneers. We have given, however, some facts relating 
to quite a number of our , oldest citizens, and we trust 
that the prominence given them in the pages of this unpre- 
tentious volume may not prompt them to "think too 
highly of themselves," nor yet cause others whose "fame and for- 
tune" is still unwritten to think harshly or look jealously, upon the 
subjects of our hurried sketches. Among the names of early set- 
tlers of the county are the following: George Dudelson, Dr. G. 
T. McDonald, T. W. Moody, Albert Tripp, Gideon Bowen, Henry 
Shafer, Alexander Little, Ab Little, Zeb. Groff, Samuel Kenan, 
Jonathan Ayers, William Ayers, Capt. Henry Miller, Judge Hall, 
William Johnson, Henry Peters, Rush Fowler, Minor Kirby, Jag. 
Kerr, Dr. Orrin Ferris and Stephen W. Whinner. 



WYANDOT COUNTY INFIRMARY. 

The Wyandot County Infirmary was established about six 
years ago, previous to which time the poor were " farmed out." 
It is located four miles north of Upper Sandusky, on the Carey 
road. The farm consists of two hundred acres, being in part the 
farm once owned by Noah Eby. It is located upon the old In- 
dian Reservation, and is one of the most beautiful and healthy lo- 
cations that could have been selected for such purpose. The 
farm is amply supplied with pure water by a branch of the Ty- 
mochtee, which ruris just back of the farm. In the reir of the 
buildings may be seen a few large apple trees said to have been 
planted by the Indians. The main building is built of brick, 
with a length of eighty feet, and a width of forty-five feet. It has 
two large halls — one on the first and the other on the second floor 
— on each side of which are the rooms occupied by the inmates. 
On the first floor are the large and well-arranged dining room and 
kitchen. The rooms of the buildings are airy ana well lighted, and 
in the winter season are well warmed by steam pipes. The rooms 
and halls are kept scrupulously clean. The cosy porticos at either 
end of the halls furnish pleasant resting places on summer after- 
noons for those whose lots are cast in that benevolent and beautiful 



42 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 



home. The new building contains twenty-two rooms. Attached to 
the Infirmary is a model garden, which attracts the attention of 
passers by. Considerable grain is also raised upon the farm. D. 
H. S. Williams and wife are the faithful and accommodating Su- 
perintendents of the institution. Mrs. Williams is an accomplished 
and cultured lady. The conduct of the Infirmary could not be 
entrusted to more capable persons. 



UPPER SANDUSKY. 

Upper Sandusky, the county-seat of Wyandot county, is sit- 
uated on the west bank of the Sandusky River, in Crane town- 
ship, 63 miles north of Columbus. The name "Sandusky," says 
Butterfield, is the Sandusquet of the old French traders and voyagers; 
the Sah-un-dus-kee' ' ''clear water," or San-doos-tee, "at the cold 
water" of the Wyandots; from the dmr, cold ivater 
of the springs near the south shore of Sandusky Bay; or, 
it may. have been derived from Sa undustee — "water within 
water-pools," also a Wyandot word. The old Sandusky of 1782 
was on the west side of the river, on its immediate bank, five miles 
below the site of the present town of Upper Sandusky. Its lo- 
cality was in what is now Crane township, just where the "Kil- 
bourne road" crosses the river. The site of Upper Sankusky of 
the present day did not become a Wyandot village until many 
years after. We quote from Howe's histej-y, as follows: " In 
the war of 1812, General Harrison built here (at Upper San- 
dusky) Fort Feree, which stood about fifty rods northeast of the 
Court Hpuse, on a bluff. It was a square stockade of about two 
acres in area, with block-houses at the corners. One mile north of 
this, near the river, Gov. Meigs encamped, in August, 1813, with 
several thousand of the Ohio militia, then on their way to the re- 
lief of Fort Meigs. The place was called "the Grand Encamp- 
ment." Receiving here the news of the raising of the seige of 
Fort Meigs, and the repulse of the ]3ritish at Fort Stephenson, 
they prosecuted their march no farther, and were soon after dis- 
missed." 

"Crane Town, four miles northeast of the court house, was 
the Indian town of Upper Sandusky. After the death of Tarhe, 
the Crane, in 1818, the Indians transferred their council house to 
the present Upper Sandusky, gave it this name, and called the other 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 43 



Crane Town. Their old council house stood about a mile and a 
half north of Crane Town. It was built principally of bark, and 
was about one hundred feet long and fifteen feet wide." 

Upper Sandusky was laid out in 1843 by order of the U. S. 
government, but its settlement by the whites scarcely commenced 
before the spring of 1845. ^^ is located on high ground, in the 
midst of a splendid farming country, with abundance of good 
timber and pure water. Its location is regarded as one of the fin- 
est in the State, and its surroundings rival in beauty and attract- 
iveness those of many towns more pretentious. Its many advant- 
ages, combined with its present railroad facilities, assure for it 
a rapid growth, and warrant the conclusion that it will in future 
become a first-class inland city. The Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and 
Chicago Railway passess through it from East to West, while 
the Columbus and Toledo Railroad, recently completed, furnishes 
direct communication with the rich coal regions of the Hocking 
Valley, with the State Capital, and with Toledo, the giant young 
city of the Lakes. The town has recently assumed new energy 
and business activity, and its prospects for the future are most flat- 
tering. It contains many elegant and costly residences, and a 
number of business blocks that will compare favorably with those 
ot neighboring towns. Among the first -class buildings recently 
erected are the Opera House of Messrs. Hitchcock, Martin & Or- 
singer, and the ^' Centennial Block," built by J. A. Maxwell. 
There are eight churches iuvthe town, most of which, owing to 
the recent revivals and consequent accessions, are in a more pros- 
perous condition than ever before. The Court House is a very 
old building. The ground upon which it was built was used as a 
burying ground in the war of 181 2. The schools are graded, and 
have an average attendance of over six hundred. There are three 
banks — one National and two private — two newspapers; one Ma- 
sonic and otfie Odd Fellows Lodge; a military organization and a 
Library. There are also several manufactories. Upper Sandusky 
contains a population of about 3,300, which is steadily increasing. 

The first house was built in Upper Sandusky in May, 1845, 
before the town lots were sold, by Joseph M( Cutchen, deceased. 
It was a frame building, and was built on a lot east of Judge Mott's 
residence, on Wyandot Avenue. Mr. McCutchen kept store in 
this building for some time and then built what is now known as 



44 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 

''The Old Yellow Corner," in Avhich building he also kept a 
store for a short period. It is probable that the first brick dwel- 
ling was put lip by a Seceder minister named James Bonar, on 
the lot upon which the ^Mayor's office now stands, which was at 
that time a swamp. The second business house was built by David 
Ayres, and isknown as the "Old Maxwell Corner." The first 
hotel was built by Henry Zimmerman, a Pennsylvanian. It was 
constructed on the lot now owned by Milton Henry, on the south- 
west corner of Wyandot Avenue and Fifth street, and is yet stand- 
ing, in a somewhat dilapidated condition. 

»The only Indian building remaining in the town proper at 
present is the one occupied by Mrs. Fishel, on the southwest corner 
of Fourth and Walker streets. It is a story and a half frame, and 
is very much dilapidated. It was built by William Walker, a Wy- 
andot chief, who was probably half white, and occupied by him as 
a dwelling. Walker was among the most intelligent of the Wyan- 
dots, and possessed a good college education. His sister, Mrs. 
Garrett, resides in Kansas at the present time. There is another 
Indian building standing in the suburbs, immediately south ff the 
residence of Henry Peters. It is a story and a half frame, and is 
known as the "Garret property." It has been unoccupied for 
several years, and is rapidly decaying. 

The Court House was completed during the year 1849. The 
ground upon which rt stands was used as a burying ground in the 
war of 181 2. For many years a large cottonwood stood in front 
of the Court House, in the center of Sandusky Avenue. It was 
an obstacle, however, in the way of a proper grade to the Avenue, 
and was sacrificed to the spirit of progress, having been removed 
in the summer of 1875. Beneath the roots and entangled there- 
with were found a number of Indian relics, and a few brass but- 
tons. It was known that some of Harrison's soldiers had been 
buried in the vicinity, and it is safe to presume that this cotton- 
wood grew over the graves of some of his men. 

The first Masonic and Odd Fellows' Lodge was organized and 
held in the garret of the present jail. The Masonic Lodge was or- 
ganized in the year 1849. Col. Moses H. Kirby, was elected Mas- 
ter of the Lodge, and continued in the position twenty years. The 
Odd Fellows' Lodge was organized a short time previous to 1849. 
Oak Hill Cemetery. — The progress, culture and refinement 
of a community may to a considerable extent be judged from the 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 45 



care and attention bestowed upon the graves of the loved ones who 
have passed from ''life's fittul fever" and crossed the "dark river." 
Realizing these truths, a number of citizen's organized "The Oak 
Hill Cemetery Association" on the 26th day of February, 1876, 
in accordance with the provisions of the general laws of the Static 
A beautiful tract of land was purchased tor the purpose on the 
Radner road, a mile and a half south of Upper Sandusky. The 
plat is high table land, bordering and overlooking the Sandusky 
Valley. "Its elevated position furnishes it perfect drainage, which, 
with a subsoil composed mainly of sand and gravel and an undu- 
lating surface covered with an auundance of native forest trees, 
highly qualify it as a resting place for the dead, and make it a most 
picturesque and beautiful spot." The old Mission burying ground 
had been used as a place of interment for many years previous to 
the organization of this Association. 

"The Board of Trustees have had the grounds surveyed and 
•platted and laid out in a most artistic manner by Wm. T. Harding, 
of Columbus, Ohio, a competent landscape engineer. 

"The Cemetery was dedicated on the 4th of October, A. D. 
1 8 76, and in offering it to the public it is felt that it supplies a 
want demanded by the civilization of the age, and that the public, 
who are invited to visit the place, will appreciate the efiort that 
has been made in this direction and aid the Association in making 
it a secure and beautiful resting place." 

The following rules are promulgated by the Association for 
the government of visitors to the grounds : 

1. No person is permitted to enter the Cemetery but through 
the gate. 

2. No rapid riding or driving will be allowed within the 
grounds. 

3. Horses must ftot be left without ihe driver, unless se- 
curely tied. 

4. Horses must not be fostened to ornamental or shade 
trees. 

5. Persons with dogs or fire arms will not be admitted. 

6. Children will not be admitted unless accompanied by 
parents or guardians. 

7. All persons are prohibited from handling or touching ob- 
jects not their own. 



46 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 

8. Discharging of fire-arms is prohibited in and around the 
Cemetery grounds to the distance one of hundred yards. 

9. The gate-keeper is charged to refuse atmittance in.o the 
grounds of all improper persons, and those who are known to 
have at any time caused a disturbance, or otherwise transgressed 
the regulations of the Association. 

10. No money shall be paid to attendants at the gate or on 
the grounds. The gates will be open from sunrise to sunset, when 
all persons must leave the Cemetery. 

The officers of the Association are : President, T. E. Gris- 
sell ; Clerk and Treasurer, James G. Roberts; Board of Trustees, 
David Harpster, T. E. Grissell, Gen. I. M. Kirby. 

Old Mission Church. — The Old Mission Church and grave 
yard, in the northern outskirts of the city, as a place of historical 
interest, is visited by large numbers of people — especially stran- 
gers — and recalls many interesting reminiscences. As stated fur- 
ther hack in these pages, the church building, was erected of blue 
limestone about the year 1824, from government funds, Rev. Mr. 
Fin ley having permission from Hon. John C. Calhoun, then Sec- 
retary of War, to apply ^1,333 to this object. Connected with 
the mission -was a school house, and a farm of one mile square. 
Rev. John Stewart, first missionary to the Wyandots, who died 
December 17th, 1S33, aged 37 years, is buried in the enclosure. 
The remains of Sum-mun-de-wat, once a Wyandot chief, but af- 
terwards a celebrated preacher among his tribe, and who was bru- 
tally murdered by three white men while on a hunting excursion 
in Hancock county, are also buried here. Rev. Mr. Finley, in his 
history of the Wyandot Mission, relates the following anecdote 
of Sum-mun-de-wat": 

"Sum-mun-de-wat amused me after he came home, by relating 
a circumstance that transpired one cold evening, just before sun- 
down. Tmet,' said he, 'on a small path, not far from my camp, 
a man who ask me if I could talk English.' I said 'little.' He 
ask me, 'How far is it to a house ?' I answer, T dont know — may 
be 10 miles — may be 8 miles.' Ts there a path leading to it?' 'No 
— by and by dis go out, (pointing to the path they were on,) den 
all woods. You go home me — sleep— me go show you to-morrow.' 
Then he come my camp — so take horse — tie — give him some corn 
and brush — then my wife give him supper. He ask where I come. 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 47 

I say, 'Sandusky.' He say, 'You know Finley?' 'Yes,' I say, 'he 
is my brother — my father.' Tlien he say, 'He is my brother.' 
Then I feel something m my heart burn. I say, 'You preacher?' 
He say, 'Yes;' and I shook hands and say, 'My brother!' Then 
we try talk. Then I say, 'You sing and pray.' So he did. llien 
he say to me, 'Sing and pray.' So I did; and I so much cry I can't 
pray. No go sleep^I can't — ^I wake — my heart full. All night I 
pray and praise God, for his send me preacher to sleep my camp. 
Next morning soon come, and he want to go. Then I go show 
him through the big woods, until come to big road. Then he 
took me by hand and say, 'Farewell, brother; by and by we meet 
up in heaven.' Then me cry, and my brother cry. We part — I 
go hunt.' All day I cry, and no see deer jump up and run away. 
Then I go and pray by some log. My heart so full of joy, that I 
cannot walk much. I say, T cannot hunt.' Sometimes I sing — 
then I stop and clap my hands, and look up to God, my heavenly 
Father. Then the love come so fast in my heart, I can hardly 
stand. So I went home, and said, 'This is my happiest day.' " 

Union Schools. — While the school buildings of Upper San- 
dusky are not grand or costly, the recitation rooms are well and 
comfortably arranged, and are fitted up in modern style. The 
teachers are efficient, and pupils can obtain an academic education. 
E. A. Galbreath is Superintendent, and W. F. Helle is Prof, of 
German. Following are the names of the teachers : W. M. But- 
ler, "A" High School; Mrs. R. L. Jones, "B" High School; Miss 
Corilja Beistle, "A" Grammar Department; Miss Jennie Miller, 
"B" Grammar Department; Miss Maggie Kerr, Intermediate De- 
partment; Miss Kittie Plott, Senior Secondary Department; Miss 
Lida Gump, South Junior Secondary Department; Miss Jennie 
Rumraell, North Junior Secondary Department; Miss Aggie Adair, 
South Primary Department; Miss Minnie Maple, North Primary 
Department. 

Silver Cornet Band. — The Upper Sandusky Silver Cornet 
Band was organized during the spring of 1866 by A. Martin, who 
is the leader. This is one of the best bands in the State. The 
present members are as follows : A. Martin, leader; E. Brauns, 
2d E b. Cornet; Fred Martin, ist B b Cornet; Alfred Martin, 2d 
B b Cornet; Adam Stutz, ist E b Alto; John Seider, 2d E b Alto; 
H. Wissler B b Tenor Solo; Thomas McCormick, B b Bass; John 



48 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 

dinger, E b Tuba; G. Landversicht, Base Drum; Charles Cramer, 
Tenor Drum. 

"The Kirby Light Guards" is a Military Organization 
composed of a number of the young men of Upper Sandusky. 
The members are well drilled, and take pride in keeping up their 
organization. They frequently march on dress parade, making a 
fine appearance. Should their services be demanded for an engage- 
ment, there is no doubt but they would give a good account of 
themselves. 

First National Bank — This Bank was organized on the 2d' 
day of November, 1863. It has a cash capital of $105,000, 
and a surplus fund of $47,000. The officers are: S. Watson, 
President; James G. Roberts, Cashier; Directers, T. V. Reber, 
John D. Sears, David Straw, Henry Maddux, S. Watson and James 
G. Roberts. 

Wyandot County Bank. — On the ist day of April, 1867, 
the Wyandot County Bank was organized. It has a cash capital 
of ^35,000. George W. Beery, Sr., is President of the institution, 
and Ed. A. Gordon is the Cashier. The stockholders are as fol- 
lows: I. H. Beery, J. A. Maxwell, George W. Beery, Sr. , and 
Lovell B. Harris. 

Central Bank. — In the year i860, R. R. McKee established 
a Banking House. He was succeeded in the business by R. R. 
McKee & Co., and on the 3d day of March, 1873, ^^^^ ^^^"^ ^^ ^• 
R. McKee & Co., were succeeded by the Central Bank, the latter 
being the first bank started under the new State law. Following 
are the officers: President, John S. Rappe; Vice President, J. S. 
Hare; Cashier, William H. Frederick; Directors — John S. Rappe, 
J. S. Hare, C. Engel, P. O'Brien and J. D. McKee. 

The officers of all the above named banking institutions are 
courteous and accommodating gentlemen, while both officers and 
stockholders of each are solid, and reliable business men. 

Newspaporial. — In the month of February, 1845, the ^^2/^?^- 
dot Telegrajph, the first newspaper published in Upper Sandusky, 
was started. The editor and proprietor was John Shrenk. The 
politics pt this first journalistic enterprise were Whig. It was a 
five-column paper, size 20 and ^ inches by 27 and ^ inches, and 
fairly printed. 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 49 

The Tdegraph was jniblished in the old Council House until 
that building was taken possession of for county ]3urposes, at which 
time Shrenk moved to the lot where the Methodist Church now 
stands,, and while his new office was being prepared for occupa- 
tion, worked off one number of his paper in the open air under 
an apple tree. In the fall of 1845, the Democracy having elected 
the entire ticket, the Telegraph died for the want of support, and 
its successful rival, the Democrcttic Pioneer, was first issued by the 
editor, William T. Giles, on the 29th of August, 1845. I" the 
spring of 1853, the name of the paper was changed to the Wyan- 
dot Pioneer 

On the 20th of July, 1848, the Wyandot Tribune, a Whig 
journal, was established. J. S. Fouke was the editor and 
publisher. The Tribune was afterwards transferred to A. 
C. Hulburd. Hulburd subsequently formed a partnership with 
M. R. Gould, and in January, 1850, the Tribune susyencled. 

In the spring of 1855, the proprietor of the Wyandot Pioneer 
became involved, his material was attached and sold, and the 
Pioneer passed imder the editorial control of Col. William T. 
Wilson, and became a Republican paper. In July, 1856, the 
Pioneer was sold to G. W. Keen and H. N. Lew^is, who transferred 
the establishment, in 1857, to Charles G. Mugg. On the nth of 
February, 1858, the Pioneer was again transferred to Col. Wilson. 

To go back in our newspaper narrative, we will state that by 
the transfer ot the Pioneer to Col. Wilson, in 1854, the Democratic 
party was left without an organ. R. D. Dumm came to the 
rescue for the Democracy, and issued the Democratie Vindicator. 
About the close of the first volume, the material was sold to N. W. 
Dennison, who moved it to Iowa, and the Democrats were again 
without an organ. The gap was soon filled by N. Jones and J. W. 
Wheaton, who issued on the 20th of August, 1857, the Demo- 
cratic Union. In ^February, 1858, R. D. Dumm assumed control 
of the Union. 

We have omitted to mention in the foregoing the short-lived 
Wyandot Herald, the first number of which was issued April 19th, 
1853, and which passed out of existence with the completion of its 
sixth number. It was Democratic in politics, and was conducted 
by Charles Warner, as editor and publisher. 



50 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 

When Col. (then Captain) Wilson left for camp, in com- 
mand of the Wyandot Guards, on the third of May, 1861, his 
wife, Mrs. L. A. Wilson, took the management and editorial con- 
duct of the Pioneer. She published three numbers, when the 
Pioneer passed into the hands of L. A. Brunner, who had recently 
arrived from Maryland, and on the i6th of September, 1864, Otho 
J. Powell became a joint partner with Mr. Brunner. On the 31st 
of January, 1866, Col. Wilson again assumed the proprietorship 
and editorial control of the Pioneer. On the 27th of September, 
1866, he was succeeded by Pietro Cuneo, who changed the name 
of the paper to Wyandot County Republican, and is the present 
editor and proprietor. 

The Democi^atic Union has changed hands two or three times 
since Mr. Dumm assumed control of it in 1858, Mr. E. Zimmer- 
man taking control of it in November, 1868, and L. A. Brunner 
succeeding him on the ist of November, 1870. Charles L. Zahm 
has had charge of the Union, as editor and proprietor, for over 
two years past. 

Early Poetry. — The following is the concluding portion of 
a poetical effusion "which appeared in the Wyandot Pioneer, ntdirXy 
twenty years ago. The lines were written by the editor, C. G. 
Mugg, and refer to the rather well-known mishap of Col. Crawford : 

Long years have passed, and many a morn and eve, 

Time's changes on the face of nature weave : 

Where once the wigwam of the savage stood, 

Or where unseen in pathless solitude 

Roamed the wild deer and beast of pray alone, 

By marshy fen, by reeds and grass o'ergrown; 

All these have passed away, and in their place 

Are dwellings of a nobler, better race. 

Where once the Indian village decked the plain. 

Bright summer shows her fields of waving grain, 

Which in the spring and earlj' summer bloom, 

Blossom alike o'er white and red man's tomb. 

To thee, thou Battle Isle, changes but few have come 

Since erst the Wyandot thy shade his home 

Had made. Now wave thy oaks as green as when 

Thou shelterest in their need brave Crawford and his men. 

Though near an hundred years have fled, 

Thy shade still reaches o'er the slumbering dead, 

That sleep in one huge grave, by midnight fires, 

Dug for our murdered Anglo Saxon sires. 

God rest them! Maj- their children ever keep 

Sacred the spot where their forefathers sleep, 

And may they make that mound, in years to come, 

A sacred shrine — a proud mausoleum. 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY, 51 



The " U. S. Book Club" was organized September 20th, 1872, 
by Dr. Rabe, (since moved away) and cithers. It commenced 
with about fifty members and one hundred and fifty volumes. Ad- 
ditions have been made from time to time, until the Club now has 
three hundred volumes. The membership has not increased very 
rapidly, owing to different circumstances. Only members are al- 
lowed access to the Library. The fees are $2 00 on joining, and 
^i GO annually thereafter. 

The '' Ohio Fruit Jar Company " was organized March 27th, 
1876, and a patent was issued during the same month, authorizing 
the Association to manufacture A. W. Brinkerhoff's '' Patent Self 
Sealing Fruit Jars." The office of the company only is in Upper 
Sandusky, while their ware is manufactured in the east and shipped 
to them. Their glassware is made in Pittsburgh, and their wire 
work is manufactured in Waterbury, Conn. The officers are: 
President, A. W. Brinkerhofi"; Treasurer, T. E. Beery; Secretary, 
M. H. Brinkerhofi". 

The "Wyandot County Agricultural Society" was or- 
ganized January 3rd, 1852, and a fair held in the fall of the same 
year, on the ground now occupied by the School House, corner 
4th and Johnston streets, upon which the old Council House of 
the Wyandots stood. The incorporators were C. M. Karr, Scott 
M. Fowler, A. McCarey, John Kisor and W. H. Renick. The 
following fall the fair was held at the southwest corner of town, 
(on the Kirby road,) on ground then owned by Henry Jones, 
where it was held until the fall of 1856, when it was moved to 
their present grounds, at the north end of Sandusky Avenue. 
Present officers: J. S. Rappe, President; G. W. Kenan, Vice 
President ; C. B. Hare, Secretary; E. A. Gordon, Treasurer. 



CAREY. 

One of the cosiest, handsomest and most promising towns of 
the State is Carey. It possesses the advantages of three lines of 
railway, namely, the Cincinnati, Sandusky and Cleveland, the 
Columbus and Toledo, and a branch road of the C. S. & C, 
running from Carey to Findlay. The land upon which the town 
is situated w^as once owned by the old Mad River and Lake Erie 
Railroad (now C, S. & C. ) The ground was surveyed by Judge 
Beidler, of Upper Sandusky, who was then Assistant Engineer of 



52 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 



the Mad River Road, under R. M. Shoemaker, who was Chief 
Engineer, and who now resides in Clifton, near Cincinnati. The 
town was fully laid out in 1843, ^^^^ ^'""^ ^^^^ ^^^^ i" ^^"'^ spring of 
1847. It was named after the Hon. 'John Carey, now deceased. 
The survey was not a pleasant task, as the land was a black, loamy 
soil — almost a swamp — was covered with water, and heavily tim- 
bered with oak, ash, beech, elm, hickory, etc. Among the first 
pioneers of Carey, now living, are John Houck, Charles Zuck, 
David Straw and Henry Houck. The first building was costructed 
in the spring of 1844, by Henry Houck for his brother John, who 
kept it as a hotel under the name of the " Carey House." It is 
yet standing and used for the same purpose, under the name of 
the ''American House." By the spring of 1845 two warehouses 
were completed. One of them is at present occupied by David 
Straw as a grain warehouse, while the other is now known as the 
"Carey Flouring Mill." During the year 1845, R- ^^'- Shawhan, 
of Tiffin, built a grain warehouse on Fijidlay street, this side of the 
Gait House. The work was in charge of Hugh Mulholland. The 
building was afterward sold and moved to South street, where it 
was run as a grist mill, by Wonders & Bro., four or five years. At 
the present time it is used as a woolen factory by the Aspinall 
Bros. In the summer of 1848, the Gait House was built by John 
Houck. The house has changed hands several times since then. 
It is now owned and kept by F. J. Worrello. Carey contains three 
dry goods stores, seven groceries, two boot and shoe stores, two 
clothing stores, two drug stores, two hotels, five churches, one 
bakery, one furniture store.,-^**^^^ butcher shops, two livery stables? 
three carriage and wagon manufactories, three blacksmith shops, 
one foundry and machine shop, five regular physicians, three law- 
yers, one private boarding house, one restaurant, two billiard halls, 
two saddle and harness sho]3S,^*wie* millinery stores, one newspa- 
per, four insurance agents, two hardware stores, four saloons, 
AfiM^ barber shops, one bank, one broker, two flouring mills, on e 
woolen mill, one brick yard, two sash and door factories, one saw- 
mill, one tannery, two express and three telegraph offices, post 
office, three railroads, two jewelry stores and one photograph gal- 
lery. 

Carey is fifty-one miles south of Toledo, sixteen miles from Tiffin, 
twelve miles from Forest, ten miles from Upper Sandusky by rail. 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 53 



sixteen miles from Findlay, and sixteen miles from Fostoria. It is 
in the midst of one of the best wheat-growing sections in the coun- 
try, and is unsurpassed anywhere in the State for fruit cultvm'. 
The town is built upon a level plat, surrounded by welUtilled farms 
and forests of good timber, with an abundance of good, pure water. 
There are many substantial and creditable business blocks, and 
several elegant private dwellings. 

Soon after the first settlement of Carey, the surrounding coun- 
try was rapidly settled with substantial farmers, roads were forth- 
with surveyed and constructed through the dense forests, and be- 
fore many years had elapsed all kinds of gram and country pro- 
duce for twenty-five and thirty miles around were brought thither, 
and found a ready market. Ihe cause attributed for this was the 
tact that the only railrodd in that section of country at the time 
was the Mad River road. Several warehouses did a flourishing ^ 

business there by purchasing the surplus grain and other merchant- ^^ 
able articles from the producers and then shipping to Sandusky by \^ 
the Mad River road ; from tliere the purchaser shipped to Butialo ^^ 
and other points by boat. It is asserted that wagons to the num- ,\^ 
ber of one hundred and thirty-five were, on some days, counted, ^^ 
unloading their products. 

From such a small and comparatively insignificant beginning, as 
portrayed by our teebh^pen, behold the Carey of to-day! with a 
population of about ^Ji»MM hundred, possessing a culture and re- 
finement equal to that of any of her neighboring towns, first-class 
schools and well attended churches ; elegant residences and modern 
business blocks; beautiful drives surrounding, and all that heart 
could wish for comfort, independence and happiness. 

One mile and a quarter west of Carey is located the stone quarry 
of George B. Corwin. This quarry furnishes the finest of building 
stone, and is now largely sought after by builders and contractors 
in many parts of the country. There is also plenty of limestone 
close by. Such advantages will no doubt go far toward making 
Carey in the future the busy, flourishing city it is destined to be 
Carey uoasts of a very fine and commodious Town Hall, built 
last year, at an expense of $5,000. It is 45 by 65 feet, and two 
stories high. On the first floor are the Mayor's office. Council 
Room and Trustees' Room. 



54 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 



Carey is not only well represented with churches, but ]30ssesses 
also fine public schools, which are in charge of Prof. Charles D. 
Bogard, a gentleman fully qualified for such a trust. Following 
are his assistants: Miss Mary Foster, Grammar Department ; Miss 
Lizzie Miller, Juvenile Department; Miss Princess Moody, Inter- 
mediate Department. The building is a large two-story brick, 
divided into four apartments. Carey has, in addition to her 
schools and churches, one Odd Fellows', one Free Masons', and 
one Grangers' Hall. 

The Carey Weekly Times was established by Mr. Frank T. 
Tripp, in the month of May, 1873. Mr. Tripp continued its pub- 
lication up to August, 1876, when the paper passed under the con- 
trol of Hon. L. A. Brunner. Mr. Brunner is a journalist of large 
experience, and, in the estimation of many, publishes the best 
local paper in the county, and one that will compare favorably 
with any local paper in the State. 

The indications of improvement and progress in Carey are 
marked on every hand. New buildings are being constructed, and 
others are projected. The Columbus and Toledo Railroad,, which 
has been completed within the last twelve months, has added a 
new impetus to business. Some capitalists from abroad have al- 
ready arranged for building an extensive planing mill, in connec- 
tion with a sash, door and blind factory and saw mill. It is pre- 
dicted that inside of three months these manufacturing establish- 
ments will be in operation. We predict for Carey a healthy, 
steady growth, and a bright future. 



NEVADA. 

Nevada is one of the most favorably located and progressive 
towns in Wyandot county. Her citizens are public spirited, am- 
bitious and enterprising. The town is well supplied with churches 
for the spiritual training of the people, while the rising generation 
have the benefit of the best of schools. 

The Union Schools of Nevada are presided over by S. W. 
Van Winkle as Superintendent, with the following corps of as- 
sistants : Miss Mary C. Close, Grammar Dept ; Miss Maggie 
Rowinsky, Secondary Dept.; Mrs. Mary Young, Primary Dept. 
The school lias an average attendance of about two hundred and 
fiftv. 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 



55 



The Nevada Fire Company was organized April 8th, 1872. 
It is an independent organization, with twenty-eight members, 
but their apparatus belongs to the corporation. They have a 
sporting and service truck. The organization is known as ** Res- 
cue Hook and Ladder Co. No. i." The i)resent officers are : J. 
A. Brown, Foreman; J. A. Ankrum, Assistant Foreman; R. B. 
Conant, Secretary; L. Wilson, Treasurer. 

The " Franklin Literary Society " was organized on Thurs- 
day evening, January 25th, 1877, in the basement of the M. E. 
Church. At present the Society meets every Tuesday evening. 
The officers are : R. B. Conant, President ; Miss Mary Close, 
Vice President; J. M. Wilcox, Secretary; T. H. Harter, Treas- 
urer. The Society is increasing in interest and numbers. 

The " Nevada Dramatic Troupe " was organized August 8th, 
1876, in the Town Hall. Following are the officers : R. B. Co- 
nant, Manager; J. M. Wilcox, Secretary; J. A. Brown, Treas- 
urer; A. J. Flaharty, Musical Director. 

The "Nevada Silver Cornet Band " has been organized 
several years. This Band possesses more than ordinary merit, 
having taken the third premium at the Tournament in Upper San- 
dusky, in 1874, on which occasion it competed with six other 
bands. The officers are : A. J. Flaharty, Leader; J. L. Balliei, 
Secretary ; J. N. Goodbread, Treasurer. 

The following sketch of Nevada, from the pen of J. L. Cook. 
Esq., written several months ago, is so appropriate and compre- 
hensive that we give it entire, without attempting to improve it : 

' 'The village of Nevada is located on the line of the P., Ft. 
W. & C. Railway, midway between Bucyrus and Upper Sandusky, 
being eight miles from either, in the midst of a rich and product- 
ive agricultural district, with Broken-Sword Creek within less than 
one mile both north and west, near the eastern boundary of Wy- 
andot County, State of Ohio. As far back as we can trace any 
reliable history, or even tradition, this region of country was 
owned and occupied by the Wyandot Indians; they were, doubt- 
less, here long previous to the discovery of America by Columbus. 
We have reliable accounts of them being here during the old 
French War, and our forefathers learned by bitter experience that 
they were here when they defeated the army under Colonel Craw- 
ford, capturing and roasting alive the gallant leader himself. 



56 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 



Those Indians remained here until the year 1843, when they were 
removed to what is now the State of Kansas, where they still 
remain a weak imbecile remnant of a once powerful, brave and 
warlike people. The march of civilization has trodden them 
under foot, the debauchery introduced by a Christian people has 
eaten out their vitals, the hydra-headed monster, intemperance, is 
sucking the last of their life-blood. Very soon they will be known 
only in history. Let the present owners of these lovely lands 
profit by the fate of their predecessors — the same enemy is abroad 
in the midst ot you. 

The United States Government, having purchased these lands 
from the Indians in 1842 offered them for sale in October 1845, 
the minimum pri(^e being fixed at $2.50 per acre, at which most of 
them sold, a few for more, but some would not sell for even that, 
amongst those the tract upon which the original plot of Nevada is 
located. Immediately after the sale the tide of emigration began 
to pour in beyond all precedent, log cabins sprang up as if by 
magic all over the recently unbroken forest, cabin raisings, log 
rollings and social gatherings of all kinds were the order of the 
day, but unlike most new settlements the bottle was not the in- 
evitable companion at these gatherings, to which in a great degree 
may be attributed the unprecedented growth and prosperity of 
this community. In five years the face of the country had com- 
pletely changed and began to present the appearance of an old set- 
tlement. A greater population could be found in the same bounds, 
than in some other places that had been settled forty years. 

The first white settler within the immediate vicinity of Ne- 
vada was Isaac Miller, who emigrated from the State of Virginia 
in the year 1835, and settled on a tract of land about one mile 
northwest from the corporate limits, now owned by N. L. Bachtell. 
His sons Isaac Lair and Jacob are still amongst you Amongst the 
first settlers after the Lmd sales were Lewis Longwell, John Horick, 
Joshua Cook, Samuel Snider, Joseph and George Reinehart, David 
Wolf, Charles and Frank Palmer, Joseph Bachtell and Sivenoe 
Burke. The first settler within the bounds of the present corpora- 
tion was James McLaughlin, who commenced improvements in 
1849 '} i^ext, Samuel Allison, then William Welch. All of these 
settled upon lands adjoining the original town plot. The lands 
upon which this plot is located were purchased from the G6vern- 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 49 



The Telegniph was published in the old Council House until 
that building was taken possession of for county purposes, at which 
time Shrenk moved to the lot where the Methodist Church now 
stands, and while his new office was being prepared for occupa- 
tion, worked off one number of his paper in the open air under 
an apple tree. In the fall of 1845, the Democracy having elected 
the entire ticket, the Telegraph died for the want of support, and 
its successful rival, the Democratic Pioneer, was first issued by the 
editor, William T. Giles, on the 29th of August, 1845. I^"' the 
spring of 1853, the name of the paper was changed to the Wyan- 
dot Pioneer 

On the 20th of July, 1848, the Wyandot Tri.hune, a Whig 
journal, was established. J. S. Fouke was the editor and 
publisher. The Tribune was afterwards transferred to A. 
C. Hulburd. Hulburd subsequently formed a partnership with 
M. R. Gould, and in January, 1850, the 7V?!6w72^ suspended. 

In the spring of 1855, the proprietor of the Wyandot Pioneer 
became involved, his material was attached and sold, and the 
Pioneer passed under the editorial control of Col. William T. 
Wilson, and became a Republican paper. In July, 1856, the 
Pior\eer was sold to G. W. Keen and H. N. Lewis, who transferred 
the establishment, in 1857, to Charles G. Mugg. On the nth of 
February, 1858, the Pioneer was again transferred to Col. Wilson. 

To go back in our newspaper narrative, we will state that by 
the transfer ot the Pioneer to Col. Wilson, in 1854, the Democratic 
party was left without an organ. R. D. Dumm came to the 
rescue for the Democracy, and issued the Democratic Vindicator. 
About the close of the first volume, the material was sold to N. W. 
Dennison, who moved it to Iowa, and the Democrats were again 
without an organ. The gap was soon filled by N. Jones and J. W. 
Wheaton, who issued on the 20th of August, 1857, the Demo- 
cratic Union. In February, 1858, R. D. Dumm assumed control 
of the Union. 

We have omitted to mention in the foregoing the short-lived 
Wyandot Herald, the first number of which was issued April 19th, 
1853, and which passed out of existence with the completion of its 
sixth number. It was Democratic in politics, and was conducted 
by Charles Warner, as editor and publisher. 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 



When Col. (then Captain) Wilson left for camp, in com- 
mand of the Wyandot Guards, on the third of May, 1861, his 
wife, Mrs. L. A. Wilson, took the management and editorial con- 
duct of the Pioneer. She published three numbers, when the 
Pioneer passed into the hands of L. A. Brunner, who had recently 
arrived from Maryland, and on the i6th of September, 1864, Otho 
J. Powell became a joint partner with Mr. Brunner. On the 31st 
of January, 1866, Col. Wilson again assumed the proprietorship 
and editorial control of the Pioneer. On the 27th of September, 
1866, he was succeeded by Pietro Cuneo, who changed the name 
of the paper to Wyandot County Republican, and is the present 
editor and proprietor. 

The Democ7'atic Union has changed hands two or three times 
since Mr. Dumm assumed control of it in 1858, Mr. E. Zimmer- 
man taking control of it in Noyember, 1868, and L A, Brunner 
succeeding him on the ist of November, 1870. Charles L. Zahm 
has had charge of the Union, as editor and proprietor, for over 
two years past. 

Early Poetry. — The following is the concluding portion of 
a poetical effusion which appeared in the Wyandot Pion eer , nt^.r\y 
twenty years ago. The lines were written by the editor, C. G. 
Mugg, and refer to the rather well-known mishap of Col. Crawford : 

Long years have passed, and many a morn and eve, 

Time's changes on the face of nature weave : 

Where once the ■wigwam of the savage stood, 

Or where unseen in pathless solitude 

Roamed the w^ild deer and beast of pray alone, 

By marshy fen, by reeds and 'grass o'ergrown; 

All these have passed away, and in their place 

Are dwellings of a nobler, better race. 

Where once the Indian village decked the plain, 

Bright summer shows her fields of waving grain, 

Which in the spring and early summer bloom. 

Blossom alike o'er w^hite and red man's tomb. 

To thee, thou Battle Isle, changes but few have come 

Since erst the AVyandot thy shade his home 

Had made. Now ^vave thy oaks as green as when 

Thou shelterest in their need brave Crawford and his men. 

Though near an hundred years have fled. 

Thy shade still reaches o'er the slumbering dead, 

That sleep in one huge grave, by midnight fires. 

Dug for our murdered Anglo Saxon sires. 

God rest them I May their children ever keep 

Sacred the spot where their forefathers sleep, 

And may they make that mound, in years to Come, 

A sacred shrine — a proud mausoleum. 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 51 



The "U. S. Book Club" was organized September 20th, 1872, 
by Dr. Rabe, (since moved away) and others. It commenced 
with about fifty members and one hundred and fifty volumes. Ad- 
ditions have been made from time to time, until the Club now has 
three hundred volumes. The membership has not increased very 
rapidly, owing to different circumstances. Only members are al- 
lowed access to the Library. The fees are ^2 00 on joining, and 
$1 00 annually thereafter. 

The " Ohio Fruit Jar Company " was organized March 27th, 
1876, and a patent was issued during the same month, authorizing 
the Association to manufacture A. W. Brinkerhoff's " Patent Self 
Sealing Fruit Jars." The office of the company only is in Upper 
Sandusky, while their ware is manufactured in the east and shipped 
to them. Their glassware is made in Pittsburgh, and their wire 
work is manufactured in Waterbury, Conn. The officers are : 
President, A. W. Brinkerhoff; Treasurer, T. E. Beery; Secretary, 
M. H. Brinkerhoff. 

The "Wyandot County Agricultural Society" was or- 
ganized January 3rd, 1852, and a fair held in the fall of the same 
year, on the ground now occupied by the School House, corner 
4th and Johnston streets, upon which the old Council House of 
the Wyandots stood. The incorporators were C. M. Karr, Scott 
M. Fowler, A. McCarey, John Kisor and W. H. Renick. The 
following fall the fair was held at the southwest corner of town, 
(on the Kirby road,) on ground then owned by Henry Jones, 
where it was held until the fall of 1856, when it was moved to 
their present grounds, at the north end of Sandusky Avenue. 
Present officers: J. S. Rappe, President; G. W. Kenan, Vice 
President ; C. B. Hare, Secretary; E. A. Gordon, Treasurer. 



CAREY. 

One of the cosiest, handsomest and most promising towns of 
the State is Carey. It possesses the advantages of three lines of 
railway, namely, the Cincinnati, Sandusky and Cleveland, the 
(Columbus and Toledo, and a branch road of the C. S. & C, 
running from Carey to Findlay. The land upon which the town 
is situated was once owned by the old Mad River and Lake Erie 
Railroad (now C, S. & C.) The ground was surveyed by Judge 
Beidler, of Upper Sandusky, who was then Assistant Engineer of 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 



the Mad River Road, under R. M. Shoemaker, who was Chief 
Engineer, and who now resides in Clifton, near Cincinnati. The 
town was fully laid out in 1843, ^-nd the lots sold in the spring of 
1847. It was named after the Hon. John Carey, now deceased. 
The survey was not a pleasant task, as the land was a black, loamy 
soil — almost a swamp — was covered with water, and heavily tim- 
bered with oak, ash, beech, elm, hickory, etc. Among the first 
pioneers of Carey, now living, are John Houck, Charles Zuck, 
David Straw and Henry Houck. The first building was costructed 
in the spring of 1844, by Henry Houck for his brother John, who 
kept it as a hotel under the name of the 'J Carey House." It is 
yet standing and used for the same purpose, under the name of 
the '' American House." By the spring of 1845 two warehouses 
were completed. One of them is at present occupied by David 
Straw as a grain warehouse, while the other is now known as the 
''Carey Flouring Mill." During the year 1845, -^- ^- Shawhan, 
of Tiffin, built a grain warehouse on Findlay street, this side of the 
Gait House. The work was in charge of Hugh Mulholland. The 
building was afterward sold and moved to South street, where it 
was run as a grist mill, by Wonders & Bro., four or five years. At 
the present time it is used as a woolen factory by the Aspinall 
Bros. In the summer of 1848, the Gait House was built by John 
Houck. The house has changed hands several times since then. 
It is now owned and kept by F. J. Worrello. Carey contains three 
dry goods stores, seven groceries, two boot and shoe stores, two 
clothing stores, two drug stores, two hotels, five churches, one 
bakery, one furniture store, two butcher shops, two livery stables? 
three carriage and wagon manufactories, three blacksmith shops, 
one foundry and machine shop, five regular physicians, three law- 
yers, one private boarding house, one restaurant, two billiard halls, 
two saddle and harness shops, two millinery stores, one newspa- 
per, four insurance agents, twQ hardware stores, four saloons, 
two barber shops, one bank, one broker, two flouring mills, on e 
woolen mill, one brick yard, two sash and door factories, one saw- 
mill, one tannery, two express and three telegraph offices, post 
office, three railroads, two jewelry stores and one photograph gal- 
lery. 

Carey is fifty-one miles south of Toledo, sixteen miles from Tiffin, 
twelve miles from Forest, ten miles from Upper Sandusky by rail, 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 53 



sixteen miles from Findlay, anci sixteen miles from Fostoria, It is 
in the midst of one of the best wheat-growing sections in the conn- 
try, and is unsurpassed anywhere in the vState for fruit cultvire. 
The town is built upon a level plat, surrounded by well-tilled farms 
and forests of good timber, with an abundance of good, pure water. 
There are many substantial and creditable business blocks, and 
several elegant private dwellings. 

Soon after the first settlement of Carey, the surrounding coun- 
try was rapidly settled with substantial farmers, roads were forth- 
with surveyed and constructed through the dense forests, and be- 
fore many years had elapsed all kinds of grain *and country pro- 
duce for twenty-five and thirty miles around were brought thither, 
and found a ready market. Ihe cause attributed tor this was the 
fact that the only railroad in that section of country at the time 
was the Mad River road. Several warehouses did a flourishing 
business there by purchasing the surplus grain and other merchani- 
able articles from the producers and then shipping to Sandusky by 
the Mad River road ; from there the purchaser shipped to Buffalo 
and other points by boat. It is asserted that wagons to the num- 
ber of one hundred and thirty-five were, on some days, counted, 
unloading their products. 

From such a small and comparatively insignificant beginning, as 
portrayed by our feeble pen, behold the Carey of to-day ! with a 
population of about eleven hundred, possessing a culture and re- 
finement equal to that of any of her neighboring towns, first-class 
schools and well attended churches ; elegant residences and modern 
business blocks; beautiful drives surrounding, and all that heart 
could wish for comfort, independence and happiness. 

One mile and a quarter west of Carey is located the stone quarry 
of George B. Corwin. This quarry furnishes the finest of building 
stone, and is now largely sought after by builders and contractors 
in many parts of the country. There is also plenty of limestone 
close by. Such advantages will no doubt go far toward making 
Carey in the future the busy, flourishing city it is destined to be 

Carey boasts of a very fine and commodious Town Hall, built 
last year, at an expense of $5,000. It is 45 by 65 feet, and two 
stories high. On the first floor are the Mayor's oflice, Council 
Room and Trustees' Room. 



54 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY 



Carey is not only well represented with churches, but possesses 
also fine public schools, which are in charge of Prof. Charles D. 
Bogard, a gentleman fully qualified for such a trust. Following 
are his assistants: Miss Mary Foster, Grammar Department ; Miss 
Lizzie Miller, Juvenile Dei)artment; Miss Princess Moody, Inter- 
mediate Department. The building is a large two-story brick, 
divided into four apartments. Carey has, in addition to her 
schools and churches, one Odd Fellows', one Free Masons', and 
one Grangers' Hall. 

The Carey Weekly Times was established by Mr. Frank T. 
Tripp, in the month of May, 1873. ^^' Tripp continued its pub- 
lication up to August, 1876, when the paper passed under the con- 
trol of Hon. "L. A. Brunner. Mr. Brunner is a journalist of large 
experience, and, in the estimation of many, publishes the best 
local paper in the county, and one that will compare favorably 
with any local paper in the State. 

The indications of improvement and progress in Carey are 
marked on every hand. New buildings are being constructed, and 
others are projected. The Columbus and Toledo Railroad, which 
has been completed within the last twelve months, has added a 
new impetus to business. Some capitalists from abroad have al- 
ready arranged for building an extensive planing mill, in connec- 
tion with a" sash, door and blind factory and saw mill. It is pre- 
dicted that inside of three months these manufacturing establish- 
ments will be in operation. We predict for Carey a healthy, 
steady growth, and a bright future. 



NEVADA. 

Nevada is one of the most favorably located and progressive 
towns in Wyandot county. Her citizens are public spirited, am- 
bitious and enterprising. The town is well supplied with churches 
for the spiritual training of the people, while the rising generation 
have the benefit of the best of schools. 

The Union Schools of Nevada are presided over by S. W. 
Van Winkle as Superintendent, with the following corps of as- 
sistants : Miss Mary C. Close, Grammar Dept ; Miss Maggie 
Rowinsky, Secondary Dept.; Mrs. Mary Young, Primary Dept. 
The school has an average attendance of about two hundred and 
fifty. 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 55 



The Nevada Fire Compan)' was organized April 8th, 1872 
It is an independent organization, with twenty-eight members 
but their apparatus belongs to the corporation. They have < 
sporting and service truck. The organization is known as *'Res 
cue Hook and Ladder Co. No. i." The present officers are : J 
A. Brown, Foreman; J. A. Ankrum, Assistant Foreman; R. B 
Conant, Secretary; L. Wilson, Treasurer. 

The '^ Franklin Literary Society " was organized on Thurs- 
day evening, January 25th, 1877, in the basement of the M. E. 
Church. At present the Society meets every Tuesday evening. 
The officers are : R. B. Conant, President ; Miss Mary Close, 
Vice President ; J. M. Wilcox, Secretary ; T. H. Harter, Treas- 
urer. The Society is increasing in interest and numbers. 

The " Nevada Dramatic Troupe " was organized August 8th, 
1876, in the Town Hall. Following are the officers : R. B. Co- 
nant, Manager; J. M. Wilcox, Secretary; J. A. Brown, Treas- 
urer; A. J. FJaharty, Musical Director. 

The "Nevada Silver Cornet Band " has been organized 
several years. This Band possesses more than ordinary merit, 
having taken the third premium at the Tournament in Upper San- 
dusky, in 1874, on which occasion it competed with six other 
bands. The officers are : A. J. Flaharty, Leader; J. L. Balliet, 
Secretary ; J. N. Goodbread, Treasurer. 

The following sketch of Nevada, from the pen of J. L. Cook. 
Esq., written several months ago, is so appropriate and compre- 
hensive that we give it entire, without attempting to improve it : 

' 'The village of Nevada is located on the line of the P., Ft. 
W. & C. Railway, midway between Bucyrus and Upper Sandusky, 
being eight miles from either, in the midst of a rich and product- 
ive agricultural district, with Broken-Sword Creek within less than 
one mile both north and west, near the eastern boundary of Wy- 
andot County, State of Ohio. As far back as we can trace any 
reliable history, or even tradition, this region of country was 
owned and occupied by the Wyandot Indians; they were, doubt- 
less, here long previous to the discovery of America by Columbus. 
We have reliable accounts of them being here during the old 
French War, and our forefathers learned by bitter experience that 
they were here when they defeated the army under Colonel Craw- 
ford, capturing and roasting alive the gallant leader himself. 



56 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 

Those Indians remained here until the year 1843, when they were 
removed to what is now the vState of Kansas, where they still 
remain a weak imbecile remnant of a once powerful, brave and 
warlike people. The march of civilizatioTi has trodden them 
under foot, the debauchery introduced by a Christian people has 
eaten out their vitals, the hydra-headed monster, intemperance, is 
sucking the last of their life-blood. Very soon they will be known 
only in history. Let the present owners of these lovely lands 
profit by the fate of their predecessors — the same enemy is abroad 
in the midst o\ you. 

The United States Government, having purchased these lands 
from the Indians in 1842 offered them for sale in October 1845, 
the minimum price being fixed at ^^2.50 per acre, at which most of 
them sold, a few for more, but some would not sell for even that, 
amongst those the tract upon which the original plot of Nevada is 
located. Immediately after the sale the tide of emigration began 
to pour in beyond all precedent, log cabins sprang up as if by 
magic all over the recently unbroken forest, cabin raisings, log 
rollings and social gatherings of all kinds were the order of the 
day, but unlike most new settlements the bottle was not the in- 
evitable companion at these gatherings, to which in a great degree 
may be attributed the unprecedented groAvth and prosperity of 
this community. In five years the face of the country had com- 
pletely changed and began to present the appearance of an old set- 
tlement. A greater population could be found in the same bounds, 
than in some other places that had been settled forty years. 

The first white settler within the immediate vicinity of Ne- 
vada was Isaac Miller, who emigrated from the State of Virginia 
in the year 1835, and settled on a tract of land about one mile 
northwest from the corporate limits, now owned by N. L. Bachtell. 
His sons Isaac Lair and Jacob are still amongst you Amongst the 
first settlers after the Lmd sales were Lewis Longwell, John Horick, 
Joshua Cook, Samuel Snider, Joseph and George Reinehart, David 
Wolf, Charles and Frank Palmer, Joseph Bachtell and Sivenoe 
Burke. The first settler within the bounds of the present corpora- 
tion was James McLaughlin, who commenced improvements in 
1^49 ; next, Samuel Allison, then William Welch. All of these 
settled upon lands adjoining the original town plot. The lands 
upon which this plot is located were purchased from the Govern- 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 



57 



ment by a man named McKibben, from whom Jonathan Ayres 
and Joel Garret, of Upper Sandusky, bought them, and laid out 
the village of Nevada, in October, 1852, which at that time had 
been cut upon the town site, except from the track of the Ohio 
and Indiana railroad, then in course of couBtruction. The prim- 
eval forest in all its glory adorned the landscape. At the first sale 
of lots but few found purchasers at any price ; lots 20 and 22, 
upon which the large brick block now stands, were offered at 
fifteen dollars each without bidders. In the spring of 1853, Wil- 
liam Mcjunkin, the first permanent settler of the village proper, 
removed here with his family, bringing a stock of general mer- 
chandize, and for a number of years had a complete monopoly of 
all the business of the place, being postmaster, railroad agent and 
general superintendent, and may be considered, in the full sense 
of the term, the pioneer of the place. In 1854, the first saw-mill 
was put in operation by Marshall and Langham. 

Amongst the first inhabitants were Aaron Alban, Benjamin 
Maskey, J. L. Cook, John Tudhope, William Nye and John 
Moran. The first ten years was a struggling existence — a constant 
battle with logs, stumps, mud and mosquitoes. What few chil- 
dren there were in the village had to go one mile in the country to 
school, and it was a matter of speculation amongst us whether 
there ever would be a sufficient number in town to have a school 
of our own. 

In 1858, the Evangelical Lutherans organized a church, under 
the auspices of Rev. A. B. Kirtland, being the first religious or- 
ganization in the place ; in 1859 they erected a house of worship, 
which is still in use. The same year the Presbyterian Church was 
organized; the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1861, and the Ad- 
vent Christian Church in 1867. 

In 1868, the Shaw M. E. Church, the first brick building in 
the place, was erected, costing about $14,000. In 1869 the A. C. 
church built a house of almost equal dimensions, also of brick; 
and, finally, in 1875, ^^^ Presbyterians completed a fine, tasteful 
brick house of worship. 

In 1861, a No. I steam grist mill was erected by H. W. Wil- 
liams and others; the following year a saw and planing mill was 
put in operation by the American Beehive Company. 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 



In 1866, the village became incorporated, which appeared to 
give impetus to progress and public improvements before un- 
known ; side walks began to be made, streets to be graded, and 
order and system to appear. 

On the 23d of November, 1867, the first great calamity fell 
upon the place in the destruction by fire of the best business por^ 
tion of the town, and this, though a severe blow to some indi- 
viduals, proved a vast benefit to the town, as other and better 
buildings soon took their place, being of brick with metalic roof, 
whereas the others were of wood. 

In 1872 another serious fire occurred destroying the saw and 
planing mill, then belonging to Abram Lance; planing mill re- 
built by Samuel Bever, in 1873. A third disaster of this kind oc- 
curred in 1875, destroying the old landmark. The first building 
was erected on the corner of Main street and Railroad avenue by 
Wm. Mcjunkin, in 1853, but this is now replaced by other and bet- 
ter buildings. In i860 the population was 200; in 1870, 828, and 
now, in 1876, it is considerably over 1,000, with a school numera- 
tion of over 300, with four prosperous churches, four dry goods 
and variety stores, one fancy store, three grocery and provision 
stores, two hardware stores, two drug stores, two clothing stores, 
two boot and shoe stores, one hotel, one steam grist mill, one saw 
mill, one planing mill, one grain, warehouse, four blacksmith 
sho]^s, four shoe shops, three wagon and carriage shops, two har- 
ness shops, one bank, one town hall, one purifying establishment, 
one cabinet and furniture store, three millinery stores, one barber 
shop, three livery stables, one brick yard, and last, though not 
least, one printing office, established in 1872, by A. B. Kirtland, 
and which, judging from appearances, has been a successful enter- 
prise. 

An elegant brick school house is now under contract, con- 
sisting of six schoolrooms, besides other necessary apartments, 
costing in the neighborhood of ^14,000, and which, when com- 
pleted will be an ornament to the place, and an earnest of more 
substantial growth and prosperity. 

[The corner-stone of the above named building was laid on 
Wednesday, July 6th, 1876. The building is now about com- 
pleted, and will soon be ready for use. — Pubs. Directory.'] 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 59 



Whatever of progress Nevada has made, and whatever of 
prosperity she has attained, may be attributed, more than to any 
other one thing, to the harmony that in early times always existed 
amongst her citizens, and the unity of action in regard to what- 
ever enterprise was undertaken. May this unity, harmony and 
prosperity prevail, and increase in an accelerated ratio until the 
next Centennial, is the earnest desire ol the writer." 



MARSEILLES. 

Marseilles is one of the oldest towns in Wyandot county. 
It is situated on Tymochtee Creek, and on the Toad known as 
the " Bellefontaine Road." This road was cut out by the troops 
under Gen. William Henry Harrison, when moving to meet the 
British, then camped on the shores of Lake Erie. 

A few miles northeast of Marseilles, on the road leading to 
Upper Sandusky. General Simon Kenton, then a prisoner in the 
hands of the Wyandots, ran the gauntlet. 

The northern portion of Marseilles was laid out by a man 
named Fitzgerald, under the name of Burlington, in the year 
1825. Two years later the southern portion was laid out by 
Josiah Robinson, and the whole was incorporated under the 
name of Marseilles. 

Marseilles is located in the midst of one of the finest farm- 
ing countries in the State. The locality is healthy, soil fertile, 
and the timber is of excellent quality. The water is principally 
lime, magnesia, sulphur and iron. There are several good stone 
quarries in the vicinity, which furnish excellent building facili- 
ties. Among the early settlers of Marseilles township were 
Judge Remick and Hugh Long, Sen. The Marseilles Steam 
Flouring Mill was built in 185 1 by a joint stock company. It 
is owned and run at present by Socrates Hartel. 

The people of Marseilles are genial and free-hearted. They 
take pride in maintaining churches and schools, and are partic- 
ularly opposed to the sale of intoxicating beverages. There is 
not a single saloon in the town. The Public Schools are in 
charge of William C. Gear, a thorough scholar, a competent 
educator and teacher, and a true gentleman. 

With the exception of railroad communication, Marseilles pos- 
sesses all the elements for the development of a first-class town. 



6o HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 

Among other kinds of business carried on, there are several dry 
goods and grocery stores, one hardware and tin store, two drug 
stores, five physicians, one hotel, one boarding house, one grist 
mill, a woolen mill and carriage manufactory, a tannery and 
steam saw mill, and two cooper shops. 



LITTLE SANDUSKY. 

Little Sandusky is located in the southeastern portion of 
Pitt township, on Little Sandusky Creek, which empties into 
the Sandusky River about a mile north of the town. The lo- 
cation joins the old Reservation line on the south. The town 
was started as an Indian trading post, and was once a place of 
much importance. It has a population of about two hundred. 
When the town was laid out the Delawares joined it on the east, 
and the Wyandots on the north. A daily line of four-horse 
stages was run during the winter season, in early times, from 
Columbus to Detroit, passing through Little Sandusky, which 
was probably at that time the most busy, bustling point between 
those places. 

Little Sandusky was laid out about the year 1830, by John 
Wilson and Dr. Stephen Fowler. John Wilson kept the first 
inn. J. S. Rappe afterwards kept a hotel there — a public house 
unequaled anywhere in the northwest. Little Sandusky is 
seven miles from Upper Sandusky, eleven from Marseilles, 
twelve from Marion, and fifteen from Bucyrus. 

Among the improvements of the town are the elegant man- 
sions of M'essrs. Pike and Rush Fowler. The residence of the 
latter was built about four years ago, and is probably equal to 
any in the county. It is heated with hot air pipes, and has all 
the modern conveniences. 



BOWSHERVILLE. 

Bowsherville derives its name from Anthony Bowsher, one 
of the old pioneers, who owned the town site and land sur- 
rounding. It is located just south of the old Indian Reserva- 
tion line. It is four miles west of Little Sandusky, seven miles 
east of Marseilles, and six miles south of Upper Sandusky. As 
an Indian trading point, Bowsherville did considerable busi- 
ness, being in early times a rendezvous for the settlers from five 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 6i 



to ten miles around. It was noted as a horse-racing point. For 
a period of fifteen years, a horse race came off there every 
week. The first house put up was a frame building, and was 
built by David Harpster, about forty years ago. Jasper Hunt, 
deceased, settled there about forty-six years ago. Albert Mears 
came there about forty years ago, and is at present engaged in 
farming near the town. Israel, Samuel and Joel Straw are old set- 
tlers, and live there. David Straw, a son of Samuel Straw, carries 
on a banking business in Carey. From present appearances, the 
ancient glory of Bowsherville has departed. 



BROWNSTOWN. 

Brownstown was laid out about the year 1840, by a man 
named Brown, and has never assumed much importance as a town- 
It is on the stage line to Marseilles. It is eight miles from Little 
Sandusky, three miles from Marseilles, and eight miles from 
Upper Sandusky. The place at present contains about half a 
dozen houses. 



WYANDOTTE. 

Wyandotte, in Antrim township, was in early times a point 
of much importance, and transacted a large amount of business. 
It was directly on the highw^ay to Bucyrus, and the people of Wy- 
andot and adjoining counties traveled through it by teams on 
their way to the latter place. Much of the country was then 
swampy, and the roads often intolerable, and it was a very com- 
mon thing for teams and vehicles to get mired. On such occa- 
sions, the usual method of extrication was for the nearest farmer 
to hitch one or more yoke of oxen to the swamped vehicle and 
haul it out again to a safe landing. 

In 1820 Col. Kirby came from Hillsboro and purchased a 
quarter section of land where Wyandotte is now located — the 
first land sale which took place in the whole northwestern region, 
the Land Office then being located at Delaware. A portion of 
the land he purchased is now known at the Bryant farm. About 
the year 1835, Col. Kirby laid out the tow^n, calling it Wyandotte, 
after the tribe of Indians of that name. Col. Kirby kept a coun- 
try store in Wyandotte for several years. Wyandotte is six miles 
south of Nevada, ten miles west of Bucyrus, five miles east of 



62 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 

Little Sandusky, ten miles from Marion, and twelve miles from 
Upper Sandusky. It is surrounded by a magnificent farming 
country. 



LITTLE YORK. 

Little York is in the northeastern part of Eden township, and 
is surrounded by a rich agricultural district. Kisor Creek runs 
close by, affording ample water for all practical purposes. J. F. 
Wadsworth built the first dw^elling and store, about the year 1850, 
and kept a country store for some time. About the year 1855, 
E. T. Elliott & Bro., built another store room, and put in a stock 
of goods. Little York contains a post ofhce, school house and 
church, one general store, one blacksmith shop, one shoe shop 
and a saw mill. 



McCUTCHENVILLE. 

This small and unpretentious village, situated 11 miles from 
Upper Sandusky, upon the '' Old Plank Road," was platted in 
June, 1829, by Dr. Geo. W. Sampson, for and upon land then 
owned by Joseph McCutchen, after whom the town was named. 

The first building erected on the town plat was in the summer 
of 1829, and still stands, forming the back part of what is now 
known as the '' Pervine House." It was built by Mr. McCutchen 
for a hotel, and used as such. Dr. Sampson built the second house 
during the fall of .the same year, and moved here from Tymochtee, 
January 6th, 1830. In the fall of 1830, Aaron Welsh brought 
the first stock of general merchandise to this place, and, being 
the only merchant here at that time, made considerable money in 
the space of three years, when he moved to Indiana, where he still 
is. Mr. Welsh is now a minister of the Baptist denomination, 
and preaches regularly to the people of his charge. 

Most of the old pioneers have departed this life, or moved 
away years ago. Among the old settlers still living there, are Dr. 
Sampson, (who is probably the oldest ) James M. Chamberlain, 
Samuel D. Freet and Dr. Letson. The three first named gentle- 
men came in 1833, and Dr. Letson came in 1843. 

McCutchenville being situated nearly half way between 
Tiffin on the north, and Upper Sandusky on the south, 
both of which are county seats, its growth has to a 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 63 



certain extent bt'en retarded; but the time did exist when Mc- 
Cutchenville was, and the others were not. However, McCutch- 
enville does a good share of business for its size. It supports 
two grocery and dry goods stores, which are kept by Myers d* 
Brundage and J. F. Hoffman. Christ Ringeisen and Dan Shaffer 
supply the ''spirits," George Jacoby deals in notions, Samuel D. 
Freet and George Cyphers do the blacksmithing, Levi Mulholland 
and Mr. Singer manufacture the wagons, Uriah Huber saws the 
lumber, George Spayths tans the leather, and Jim Chamberlain 
manufactures the tinware. Zachary Perrine, the good looking and 
gentlemanly proprietor of the ''Perrine House," caters to the 
tastes of the traveling public. Mrs. Grubel keeps a boarding 
house, and catches her share of business. 

McCutchenville has two churches, one M. E. and one Presby- 
terian, both of which are brick, and are an ornament to the town. 
The Catholic church was burnt down some six years ago, supposed 
to have oeen the work of incendiaries. 

The future of McCutchenville looks somewhat more prom- 
ising than ever before, as there seems to be a prospect that the 
Atlantic and Lake Erie Railroad, which was surveyed in 187 1, 
running from Pomeroy, Ohio, to Toledo, will be completed ere 
long, in which case business will receive a fresh impetus and the 
town will make rapid advancements. About half the town is in 
Seneca county, and the remaining portion in the north end of 
Tymochtee township. 



BELLE VERNON. 

This town was laid out about the year 1835, by William Bland. 
it contains two churches — Methodist and Evangelical Association, 
a country store, grocery, post office, blacksmith shop and wagon 
shop, and shoe shop. Belle Vernon is seven and a half miles 
northeast of Upper Sandusky, and two and a half miles southwest 
of Sycamore. 



SYCAMORE. 

Sycamore was settled in 182 1, by George Harper, on land 
owned by Thomas Leeper, who cam.e there ten days after Mr. Har- 
per's arrival. John Eyestone and David Bunn came, also, the 
same spring. Three families more came during that spring. 



64 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 

The next settler, William Lupton, of Highland county, came 
about eighteen months afterwards. Then came the Griffiths, Wil- 
liam and Samuel — Solomon Pontious, the Van Grundys and Hud- 
son, came at intervals of a few months. The first store in what is 
now Sycamore was kept by George Harper, who started in the 
spring of 1836. He sold out to William Combes in 1837. Mr. 
Combes sold out to A. Saffell, who is now a partner in the store. 
All the old settlers mentioned above are dead, with the exception 
of George Harper, who is in business in Upper Sandusky, but 
their children still live in Wyandot county. 

Sycamore is made up of what are termed the "old" and 
*'new" towns. It is surrounded by rich farming lands — as good 
as any in the State. The Atlantic and Lake Erie Railroad is 
graded through Sycamore, and, should it be completed will make 
of Sycamore a prosperous inland town, attracting thither strangers 
and capitalists. 



MEXICO. 

Mexico was laid out in 1832, by Thomas Leeper and Hugh 
Welch. The first store was opened by James and George Harper, 
in the spring of 1835. In 1837 Baldwin & Pride opened out a 
store. They kept it a few years and sold to other parties, who in 
turn sold to Silas Diebold, who kept it for several years in con- 
nection with a large tannery. He afterwards sold out and moved 
on a farm five miles below Upper Sandusky, where he now resides. 
Judge Hugh Welch, who assisted in laying out Mexico, was at one 
time Common Pleas Judge. After his retirement from that office, 
he moved to Green Spring, Seneca county, Ohio, where he still, 
resides, beloved and respected by all who know him. 



CRAWFORDSVILLE. 

This ancient burg was laid out by Myron Buell and Hon. 
John Carey. It is located just off the north side of the old In- 
>dian Reservation, and was at an early day a great business center. 
^4* Crawford's battle ground, celebrated in history, is half a mile 
northeast. The town, as may be inferred, was named in honor of 
the gallant but ill-fated Colonel Crawford. The place has de- 
creased in interest and population until there remains but few 



HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 65 



houses. Crawfordsville is eight miles northwest of Upper San- 
dusky, four miles from Carey, and five miles from Tymochtee. 

TYMOCHTEE. 

It seems probable that Tymochtee was first settled by a man 
named Lish, about the year 1830. Lish was an old trapper, and 
lived on the south bank of Tymochtee Creek. Joseph Chaffee 
was one of the first settlers. Tymochtee is half a mile north of 
the old Indian Reserve. It is eight miles north of Upper San- 
dusky, three and a half miles south of McCutchenville, and is lo- 
cated a little southwest of the centre of Tymochtee township. 



KIRBY. 



Kirby is situated in Jackson and Mifflin townships, and is sur- 
rounded by a rich agricultural district. It was surveyed by Dr. 
J. W. Williams, at the time the P., Ft W. & C. Railroad was being 
constructed through that part of the county. Just after the lots 
were surveyed, the whole plat was bought by Judge Mott and 
George T. Freet, for ^7 per acre — a purchase which those gentle- 
men deemed quite a speculation. The first improvements made 
were the erectio.i of some shanties for the accommodation of work- 
men employed on the railroad. The prosperity of Kirby is largely 
attributable to the lumber trade Kirby is seven miles west of 
Upper Sandusky, and five miles east of Forest. 



WHARTONSBURG. 

This town was laid out in 1848, by Samuel Rathbon. Nich- 
olas De Pew built the first house, and a man named James started 
the first store. J. E. James was the first post master. Whartons- 
burg is five miles north of Forest, eight miles south of Cary, 
eleven miles west of Upper Sandusky, and six miles east of Mount 
Blanchard. The line of the Cincinnati, Sandusky and Cleveland 
Railway Company passes directly through it. 

Whartonsburg possesses good religious and educational ad- 
vantages, a number of live business houses, and evinces an activity 
and go-ahead-ativeness creditable to many larger towns. Mr. Bris- 



66 HISTORY OF WYANDOT COUNTY. 

tol, of the firm of Mohre & Bristol, runs the banking institution 
of the place. 



FOWLER CITY. 

This is the name of a new town laid out on the Columbus 
and Toledo Railroad, six miles south of Upper Sandusky. It al- 
ready has a hotel and post ofhce, both of which are kept by Cyrus 
Sears. Several dwellings have been erected, and from present in- 
dications Fowler City will make a live, prosperous town. 



CAREY. 

The Carey Weekly Times. — Since the foregoing historical 
matter went to press, a change has occurred in the management of 
The Carey Weekly Times, the Hon. Lewis A. Brunner retir- 
ing therefrom, and Samuel M. Gillingham, recently of the Union 
and one of the publishers of this volume, assuming control of the 
same. The paper will be conducted as a first-class, live^. newsy, 
local journal^ devoted to the promotion and advancement of the 
best interests of the beautiful town of Carey and Wyandot county 
in general. The new proprietor returns thanks to the many who 
have encouraged his efforts in the past, assuring them that their 
kind words of approval are appreciated and greWully remembered. 
By industry, energy and perseverence in the fright, he hopes to 
merit their support in his new enterprise, and (the confidence and 
well wishes of all. 



WYANDOT 

COUNTY DIRECTORY 



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POST OFFICE. 

Nevada, Wyandot. 

Arter D M 
Baker John 
Bachtell E E 
Bacon Irvin 
Baker H P 
Barber Geo S 
Barber L C 
Barnthouse James H 
Baum Jackson 
Bibler Harvey 
Bishop H M 
Bogenwri<)^ht L. 
Bolyard Charles 
Bowers David 
Bowlby Emanuel 
Bowlby Emil 
Brand Peter 
Brandt John 



Bretz D F 
Bretz Elizabeth 
Brewer Delevan 
Brewer Peter 
Briton James 
Brooks J B 
Brown Abr 
Brown David 
Bryant M L 
Bunnitt Noah 
Burbach Samuel 
Burbach William 
Burke James E 
Burke Joseph S 
Burnsides James 
Cavius John P 
Coon Elhanna 
Coon George W 
Coon Jacob 
CrallJ R 
Cramer Louis 
Crawford Stephen 



Crouse Jacob jr 
Cumstock David 
Daily Norman 
Daughmer James 
Deibert Charles 
Denzer Simon 
Detter W H 
Dinkle John 
Dotts Andrew 
Duley Jacob 
Dulcy James jr 
Dye Andrew 
Flock Daniel 
Fox Edward 
Fox John T 
Fraise Wm O 
Gangwer John 
Gelbaugh C 
Grev Louren 
Gill'and J L 
Grove Harrison 
Grove John A 



Gunther William 
Hahn John 
Hall Goodwin 
Harper N C 
Hart Franklin 
Heefley C M 
Hero Frederick 
Hesser I D 
Hesser J E and Jacob 
Hill Alex 

Hillborn Catharine 
Hite A B 
Hite Benjamin 
Hite B F 
Hite Emily 
Hite Isaac 
Hite John 
Hite M A 
Hoffmire Job 
Howe C and T M 
Howe Rachel 
Hutchison Jeremiah 



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WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Jenkins J G 
Johnson G W 
Johnson James M 
Johnson Robtrt 
Jury JohnR 
fury S W 
Keller C E 
Keller H D 
Keller Jacob 
Keller John 
Keltner E 
Keltner Reuben 
Kendall Thomas 
Kerr Oregon 
Kerr Orville 
Kerstetter C 
King- Frederick 
King Simon 
Kirk John 
Klinger Abe jr 
Klinger Abe sr 
Klinger J 

Kreichbaum Daniel 
Kriechbaum Davul 
Ladow Selby 
Lahr Hugh " 
l^ayman J H 
Leith Hiram 
Likens F P 
Likens John 
Lilly J N 
Lilly Leonard 
Lohr George 
Lohr G W 
Lyberger Samuel C 
Lvnch J C 
McBeth John 



POiT OFFICE. 

Upper Sandusky. 

Agater John 
Allen B F 
Althouse C 
Althouse Fred 
Althouse Peter 
Arter Henry 
Arter Jacob 
Hair A J 

Baldwin ^Villiam M 
Barmele "William 
Barnhart Daniel 
Barrick Eliza J 
Barrick J L 
Beam Mary 
Beerv Abram 
Beery G W 
Blair Thomas 
Blazer Solomon 
Blon Fred 
Blond John 
Blond Lewis 
Bloon Levi 
Bope A C 
Bope Milton L 
Bowers J S 
BoyersJ S 
Bretz D S 
Brobst John 
Brown Jacob 
Buserjohn 



McBeth Thomas sr 

McBeth T C 

McBeth William 

McBride R 

McConnell 'Vlex 

McKelvy James 

Maiey Christian 

Marble Samuel 

Mathews M V 
[Mathews \V D 
1 Miller Amos E 
I Miller Isaac 
I ?tliller Isaac jr 
I Miller Jacob 
'Miller Jacob F 
! Miller James A 
: Miller John 
I Miller Lair 
I Miller Lewis 

Miller Reuben 

Mount J F 
j Mount Sophia 

Mount T B 
iMouser Jane 
:Mouser Rebecca 
iMutchler Peter 

Nafzgar Mary 

Nealy James 
Norton Isaac 
Palmer A H 
Palmer C B 
Palmer John E 
Peters A J 

Quackenbush Alraido 
Rainey James 
Ralston William 
Ralya George W 



iRalya James 

iRatz Nicholas 
Rauck Jacob 
Rex J D 
Rex Martin 
Rex Michael 
Rittenspaugh Henry 
RittenspaughJ W 
Rittenspaugh Simon 
Rood Catharine 
Schlicmeyer Fred 
Schlosser Andrew 
Scott L W 
Shaffer James C 
ShaffstallB S 

iShaffstall T L 

I Shaffstall Joseph 

IShaffstallJosiah 

|Shaffstall Michael 

jShrall John 

iShuler Charles 

; Simons Lawrence 

i Simons William 

'Sites Lewis 

jSlagle Abram 

I Smith Jacob 

I Snyder A J 

jSnvder Henrv 

iSnVder M W' 

'Stewart J A 

jSwartz Abr 
Swartz Henry 

iSwartz Jacob 
Swartz John 

jSwitzer James W 

! Thomas Alex 

'Thompson T T 



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j Buxton Andrew 
Cain Michael 
Carpenter Daniel 
Case F O 
j Casey John 
j Casey Timothy 
Cashel Wesley 
jChewA 
iClavton William 
, Coder C O 
:Coon ^V C 
'Co I dray George 
Corfman Isaac 
Courtard Charles 
iCourtard Joseph 
j Courtard Lawronce 
ICurts Lewis 
iCrouse N 
ICrise Eli 
ICregar Jacob 
|Crawford James 
jCram Electa 
'Courtard Peter 
jCourtard Martin 
I'Debolt Silas 
Debolt S S 
Deplar Michael 
Derm yer John 
Derrer William 
Dippery William 
Dry Jacob 
Dry J P 

Eagan Michael 
Ebersole P S 



jEmert Henry 
lEnsminger 6 F 
JEnsminger L 
I E wing Samuel 
iFailer William 
[Fairfax J W 

P'arner Daniel 
i Earner S: Rouk 
j Fern ban gh George 

Fernbaugh Jacob 

Fernbaugh John 
I Fernbaugh Joseph 

Fernbaugh William 

Frederick MrsJ 

Freese Mrs J F 

Fry Jacob 

Futwingler Jacob 

Gesterland Godfrev 

Gibson A W 

Gibson Daniel 

Gibson David 

Gibson David E 

Gibson Linnis 

Gibson William 

Greeg William 

Grisell A H 

Gross J F 

Grummell Peter' 

Grundisch Frank 

Hale Daniel 

Hale John 

Hall A F 

Hall B F 

Haller John 



iTivens Patrick 
iTrish Elizabeth 
■Trish H and F 
[Walker John R 
! Welch B S 
i Welch C W 
[Welch H M 
j Welch J B 

Welch M 
iWelch William 
! Welch AV H 
[Welch W Scott 
iWelshJohnJ 
! Welter Jacob 

\\ii\ty 6 W 
;Welty William 
West James S M 
[Westman Samuel 
j Wilcox Reuben 
I Wilcox "Warren 
["Wilcox William 
IWiJIiams K G 
iWilliams Lavina 
'AV'illianis Samuel 

Williams William 

Wilmuth William I-: 
! Wilson D D W 
I Wilson I W and O U 
j Welt Jacob 
: Wccssner John 
jWood Margaret 
[Wyes Jacob 
[Young John R 

Zulauf Samuel 



Hannum P W 
Hart Jacob 
Hartsausfh Daniel 
Hawk W D 
Heddur George C 
Hedges AA'^eslev 
Hehr Jacob 
Hoblitzel J F 
Hoblitzel Samuel 
Hoffman Daniel 
Hoffman Eli 
Hoffman H H 
Hohwold C and H 
Hottman Charles 
Hussey Harry 
Hutter Joseph 
Jenkins John 
Johnson Abram 
Johnson William 
Juvinall Jacob 
■ Keller Henrv 
iKellerL F ' 
Keller L W 
Kinley Fred 
Kinley Henry 
Kinzle)^ Henry 
Kinzley Samuel 
Kinzley S E 
Klepfer Henry G 
Kooken Margaret 
Kramer John "W 
Layton John 
Lininger E D 
Lininger Mary 



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r.ittlc Alex 
[.ohr Daniel 
Lonclennilch Win 
Lowry B and J S 
r^owry Robert 
Ludwii^ J W 
Me Beth Alex 
McClain A 
McClain David 
McClaiu Zach 
McCleary Alex 
McDerin'utt Robert 
McDernujtt R R 
MeFarland Nelson 
McMannus Pat 
Maffett G A 
Maifett Mrs L A 
Maifett William 
Mann Isaac 
Marg-roft ^Villiam 
Matthews Georafe 
Maxwell John H 
Miller J >I 
Morris' William 
Miller John M C 
Miller Michael 
Mitch John 
Mitchell Geor2:e 
Morrall & Hull 
Morris Charles 
Morrison W^ilson 
Mvers A F jr 
Myers J M 



I Myers Michael 
Nafzgar G W 
O'Neal Fragk 
Ott Aaron 
Parker Joseph 
[Peters Henry 
I Peters H W 
'Pool J M 
Pool Mrs LA 
Ragan Eli 
|Rai>an Jonn 
Raijan William 
Raid George E 
Rauchs George 
Reber A 
Reber T V 
Reichman E 
Reichman Samuel 
RellyJD 

Richardson Solomon 
Romer Frederick 
Rouk Mrs Ann 
Rouk Solomon 
Saltsman G W 
Schwillick Mrs M 
Secoy Benj 
ISellJohn 
iSenseny John W 
Shaffer John F 
Shatzer Benj 
Shepherd Eewis 
Shepherd Russell 
Shepherd Samuel 



[She well B F 
jShuidler Benj 
Shuidler I^awrcnce 
vShult/, Henry 
Simmons John 
Simon Valentine 
Smalley A 
Sraalley James 
Smalley Jesse 
Snuilley John 
Smalley William 
iSmith H H 
Smith John 
i Smith J M 
Snyder Mrs C 
'Snyder Miss Emily 
Snyder J A 
Snyder J H 
Snyder Jesse sr 
Snyder Marion 
Snyder T J 
Speiict-r E 
Spencer John 
Spencer Matilda 
Spencer Scott 
Spencer William 
Stalter George 
Stalter G W 
Stalter William 
! Stoker J L 
Stom David 
Stoneburner Mrs A 
Stoneburner J F 



jStoneburner I,cvi 
jStrasser John 

Streby Elias 

Streby W J 

Suter John 

Swan James 

Swavel Michael 

Thatcher A G 

Thatcher Thomas 

Thompson John 

Tilton Charles 
[Tobias John, Admr 

Tracksel & Beerv 
jTracksel Jacob 

Ulrich Casper 

Ulrich Edmond 
IVeith Casper 

Vonblon Jacob 
AVagner S A 
j Wagner Samuel 
[Walton Elizabeth 
AVetzle William 
]Winterhalter Joseph 
jWonderly Eli 
[Wusher Henry 
[Wynandy Peter 

W'yss Christian 
j Yager Henry 
I Young James 
I Young Lucinda 

Zahm George 



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POST OFFICE. jCorwin G B 
[DaA-idson 
Carey, Crawford 



Allian Jacob 
Allian Jacob jr 
Anderson J I 
Baker John 
Baucher L 
Beck Sophia 
Beis Charles 
Benson J H 
Beebe Abigail, Guard 
Beebe B S 
Beebe S M 
Beebe Temperance 
Beery Henry 
Beery Jonathan 
Bixby Joel 
Bland J R 
Brashares Perry 
Brayton James 
Brayton Oliver 
Brayton Sarah 
Brayton William 
Brown C C 
Brown Eliza 
Brown Ferdinand 
Brown H P 
Carev <t Dow 
Carey Mc D M 
Carr Aaron 
Carr Daniel 
Carr H W 
Carr Mary 
Criger G A 
Cole Stephen 
Copley Benj 
Copley William 



I John 
Davis A R 
Davis John 
Dipertjohn 
Dow A 
Enders Philip 
England Alvin 
England Daniel 
England Henry 
England Joseph 
England Permelia 
England William 
Ewing Luceetia 
Fanl ilenry 
Favor Christian 
Fox 7 and C 
Gindert John 
Gormerly John 
Grady William 
Green Napoleon 
Green Samuel 
Greer A R 
Greer Catharine 
Greer John 

'Haford Frank 
Haines Josiah 

I Hare J R 
Hare J R and J S 

I Hart John 

;Hart Samuel 

[Hawkins Timothy 

[Hennick Valentine 

Hess J C 

IHickle Jacob 

(HigginsJ R 

High David 

HoffWilliam 

Hoffman Jona 



Houck Susan 
Houston Jacob 
Hunter Thomas 
Karr Harvey 
Karr L D 
Karr Sarah 
Kear Alvin 
Kentfield D L 
]Kern J H 
jKimbfe Harrison 
JKimerleh Henry 
jKimerleh John" 
Kimerleh Joshua 
iKleopfer Christian 
{Kneasal Jacob 
jLanker William 
JLindower Charles 
[Lindower Samuel 
Lowry Robert 
j March Burkhart 
[Miller Elias 
[Miller J R 
Mulholland Geo W 
[Mulholland Hugh 
[Newcomb Jesse 
[Noll Henry 
Nye Aaron 
[Nye Henry 
Ogg Samuel 
Pahl Francis 
Pahl Joseph 
Parkins John 
' Payne Jacob 
iPoiint Florin 
'Powell Daniel sr 
Powell D A 
Powell J W^ 
[Ranger L R 
■ Rawley M V 



I Scott Stephen 
|Shaw Cornelius 
Shawhan Jefferson 
Shawhan Josiah 
JShawhan Josiah jr 
Shuman Frederick 
.Shuman Jonas 
1 Shuman & Shuck 
[Shuman Sylvester 
[Shuman William 
iSickley Samson 
[Sipher Frederick 
Slotterbeck George 
I Smalley Isaac 
[Smith David 
iSnaringer Henrv 
ISnyder^LC 
[Snyder Samuel 
Snyder William 
Sopher Nicholas 
Starr F M 
Starr Georee \^" 
Starr H J " 
Stetler Amos 
Stevens vS W 
Stiner Michael 
Stoll Jacob 
StollJ A 
Stall J A jr 
Stoll John J 
StuU Charles 
Teal Henry 
Tracy John 
Trub'y Keziah 
Tyson John 
Vcenker Joseph 
Vonstine John 
jWalborn D D 
(Whetsel Jacob 



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Wijjle Joseph 
Williams Samuel 
AVisner James 
Wisner Susan 



POST OFFICE 

Nevada, Seal. 

Ackerman Caleb 
Ahlefelt John C 
Ahlefelt Zenas W 
Alban John 
Alban Mary 
(^ Althouse Elizabeth 
Althouse Samuel 
Amlin A J 
Amlin John A 
Anderson Barbara 
Anderson James 
Andreas Josiah 
Andrews A S 
Armstrong J L 
Armstrong- Samuel 
Armstrons: S W 
Armstrong- T B 
Aten Henry 
Aten Samuel 
Bachtall David 
Bachtell N I. 
Baker George 
Balliett Leonard 
Balliett Stephen 
Balliett Tillman 
Bark W George 
Bardon E J 
Bart John R 
Baublitz David 
Baublitz Henrv 
Baublitz John ' 
Beam .7 A 

Beerv Abraham 

Beery Gabriel 

Beery Hiram 

Beerv Jacob 

Bell S R 

Bender John 

Benson Bvron 

Bibler./ " 

Bier Adam 

Bier Nicholas 

Bilg-er Daniel 

Blair L W 

Blazer Godfrey 

Blochinger J ohn 

Bortz George 

Bortz William 

Boss John 

Bowers Israel 

Brown Abraham 

Brown Henrv 

Brunnie Rickena 

Bunn B Reason 

Bunn Nathan 

Burkhalter Christian 

Caldwell Martha 

Caldwell S S 

Canan C H 

Carpenter W Eli 

Carr Basil 

Carr Henrv 

Carr P William 

Carr R M 



IWonder Daniel 
Wonder David 
jWonder Frederick 
I Wonder Jackson 



IWonder Math 
! Woodruff Thomas 
jWrig-ht Tos 
i Wright ."John E 



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.iCase B M 
iCasa Henry 
Cavanausrh William 
'Chatlain Frederick 
IClass Gottlieb 
Cochenour Isaac 
I Cole B 
Cole H W 
jCole Samuel 
iCollumbus Cowden 
Congfer Abraham 
Conger B W 
Congrer Frank 
Conkle Jacob 
Cook J W 
iCook Joshua 
;Coon T-'icob 
Cross C II 
Culler C M 
Cummins A J 
Cummins L G 
Cummins S I 
iCummins William 
! Davis D C 
Deiam t/oseph 
DuVch S H 
Eakins James 
iEakins William 
'Edging-ton Albert 
Edo-ing-ton Jesse 
Edgington Joseph 
jEhman Frederick 
lEkelberrv David 
{EkelberrV E F 
Ekelberry Eliza 
lEkelberry Nathan 
iEkelberrv Valentine 
lEvins Joseph 
jEyestgne Georg-e 
iFailer David 
F";'.i]er -^ohn 
Fink D W 
Forney J W 
Fox Catharine 
Fox J J 
i Fraud er N C 
jFritz Daniel 
Garden J E 
iGaver Ephraim 
'Geary A 
iGibson Joseph 
Gilland James 
Gil land William 
Glosser Henry 
Gree<r M C 
Greek William H 
iGreggr W S 
Gunder Daniel 
Gyer David 
jHarper Samuel M 
iHart P:iiza 
I Hart Hiram 
IHart Samuel 
iHarter William 
jHass Conrad 
jHass Jacob 
I Hauf Charles 
Hawk John 



Heavner Harman 
Heistand Isaacj 
Heistand Jacob 
Heistand John 
Heistand Mary 
Henry James A 
Hesser Andrew 
Hessner P C 
Hilderbraiid J G 
Hinkle Isaac 
Hoblitzel J G 

jHorrick Washington 

iHousebaugh Martin 

llmler Eliza 

jjohns Peter 

. I ones Andrew 

I Jones David 

jKaufman David 

jKaiifman John 

JKaufman Peter 

|Keener Boyd 

|Keffer Joseph 

[Keiffer Adam 

iKeiffer William 

JKeller G W 

jKinsley Frederick 

{Kinslev Marv 

Kinsley William & Co 
iKirshaer Peter 
jKirshner Jacob 
JKisor John i» 

Kobble Abraham 

Kobble Adam 

Kroft ./ohn 

Kroft & Kaufman 

Lambright Charles 

Lambright Michael 

Lanee A 

Landers William 
.Lanker J B 
ILanker Miles 
JLanker Thomas 
jLarrick Andrew 
JLarrick Levi 
jLarrick Margaret 
jLarrick William 
iLittle D D 
[Long G W 
McCaulej' Cvrus 
I McDonald Joseph 
iMackev Abraham 
jMackey John 
I McLaughlin Abram 
]McLaughlin Daniel 
McLaughlin James 
Manning I-aic R 
Markley J G 
Markley J -ihn 
Markley Toms 
Masters Joshua A 
Masters Mathias 
Masters Washingtoi 
Melrov Isaac 
Miller Jacob 
Miller James P 
Miller John 
Milli^an John W 
Morns Benjamin 



Young Hiram 
Youngpeter Nichol; 
Youse John 



Moser Nicholas 
Moyer Edward 
Neat John 
Needs William 
Newman Cyrus 
Newman Joseph 
Nighswander Robt 
Orr G H 

jOrr u^ames 

jOrr JD 

|Osborn J O 

jO'Wiler George 

|Paulin Jesse 

iPaulin J"ohn 

iPaulin John A? 

iPnulin Nathan 

I Paul in Urv 

iPerdue Philip 

iPool Harvey J 

Pool R W " 

IPover J A 

{Price G B 

'Price John P 

|Rapp George 

jRapp Jacob 

iRauck Benjamin R 

Remington James 

Richardson J F 

Roler George 

Roppold Gottfried 

Roppold Gottlieb 

Roppold William 
jRoth Frederick 

Rouse C W 

Rouse Wheeler 

Sand George 

Sankev E 

Scott Edward 

ShonebergerMich'l 

Sigler S M 

Sig-ler W J 

Smith L W 

Snyder David 

Stewart J as & Co 

Stone Samael 

Stoneburner Alva 

Stoneburner Samuel 

Stoneburner William 

Stuchy Christian 

Swank C S 
Taylor James 
Traxler Adam 
Traxler D C 
Traxler N C 
Traxler Peter 
Trup Frederi'-k 
Tschaheon Benj 
Tschaneon Peter 
Tuttle G T 
Ulrich Benjamin 
Ulrich xMichael 
Ulrich Sam 
VaDnetta L 
Walter Benjamin 
Walton Isaiah 
Walton John 
Walton Lemar 
Walton Mathew 



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Dealer in Gold and Silver 



American & Swiss Watches 

Clocks and JoT^elry. 

siiif iisie ill M1IS104I. iiefEieiois 

Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, 

Flutes Fifes, Flageolets, 

Clarionettes, Harmonicas, Music Boxes, 

Banjos, Tambourines, Violin Bows & Cases, 

Shot GuDS, Rifles, Revolver«i, 

Cartridges, Horse Flems, Scissors, 

Razors, Spoons, Spectacles, 

Pipes, Canes, Pocket Books. 

SANDUSKY AV., NEAR JOHNSTON ST., 

UPPER SANDUSKY, O. 

Planing Mill # Lumber Yard 

HENRY WATERS, 



MAyUFACrUBER OF 



S^SM» W'B&mSi Seijtm 

And Building (VJaterial Generally. Also Dealer in 

HARD I SOFT WOOD LUMi3ER 

Which he will sell at prices as low as can be afforded hy anyone. 

Persons in want of anj^thing in his line, Jire invited 

to call and get prices. 

Office and Yard Wyandot Avenue, Opposite Post Office, 



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Walton Richard 
Walton Samuel 
Welsh Alvin 
Welsh Isabel 



; Welsh John 
I Welsh Martin 
'WicklcrJ J 
i Wilcox Luther L 



jWinstead Jam^ 
j Winter Martin 
I Wren John 
Wren Laura Ann 



Yark Reuben 
Yark Solomon 
Youhe Harris 



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POST OFFICE. 

Kirhy, Forest. 

Alspauo^h Irvin 
Alter T M & D 
Alter John 
Anderson S C 
Bainbridg-e A J 
Bainbrido^e Wm J 
Baker A J 
Baker James A 
Baker P J 
Baker Samuel 
Baker William S 
Beaumonk J 
Beaven Hcnrv 
Berleen J P 
Berleen R 
Bohannon E L 
Bower J I 
Bower H S 
Bower N J 
Bowers J D 
Buess Annie 
Buess Emil 
Buess John H 
Buess Mina 
Burnet Samuel 
Bversjohn 
Callahan J C • 
Callahan Thomas 
Carpenter A 
Carter T H 
Caster John D 
Chew Wm W 
Chriser Jane 
Clark Daniel 
Cole Levi 
Cook Daniel 
Cook John 
Cramer John W 
Dautflierty D AV 
Daum Adblph 



Daum Philip 

Dean Isaac 

Dean Martin 

Dearin.ffer Daniel 

Dearinger J R 

Dearin<?er Thomas 

Dearinger W M 

DetwelTer Henry 

Dimpsey Hugh 

Drake Chauncy 

Dubbs Daniel , 
(Durenberger Arnold 

Dysinger D*vid 

Dysinger J A 
■ Ensmrnger Alfred 
I Fake V Thomas 
iFernbaugh Henry 

Fink J H 

Fink John G 

Fitch" D W 

Fitch ^ohn 
I Flowers S L 

Forney J H 

Fry Joseph 

Gaster JJ 

Georg-e J M 

Grose David S 

Guthi-ie Isaac 

Hallam Frank 

Haring Fred 

Hartnian Catharine 

Harvey William 

Hastings James 

Haubeddle .'^ohn 

Heeley Stephen 

Ilellef P 

Hemerre Conrad 

Hemerle David 

Hensell A 

Hess Frank 

Hickle George 

Hines Sarah 

Holmes James 

Houg-endobler A 



Howe M F 

Hyman F W 

Johnson Joseph 

Johnson J W 

Johnson Peter 

Johnson Reed 

Jones Jesse 

Kechler Joseph 

Kelly W M D 

Kingman J C 

Kirby A C 

Kirby & Landon 

Kirby RB 
'Kirby William 
jKizer A 
I Lamb E D 
JLaughrey Mrs R 

Liles oseph A 
iLiles V J 

Loubert John 
JLudwig G C 
iMcDaniel James 
,McDaniel Peter 
JMeDaniel Thomas 
iMcPeet Elias 

MannBS ^ 

Mann George 

Mann John 

Mann W H 

Mann W M 

Mapletaft W P 

March John H 

Martin W R 

Marvin Alonzo 

Miller W M 

Molter A 

Morrison Maggie 

Myers WmH 
'Norris Daniel 
pidcraft Jacob 
iParsel Isaac 
jParsel John 
iParseUandB 
IPoory N 



Purdy JY- 

Redfbx William 
iRedick Edward 
iRedick Peter 
{Redick W M 

Robison John 

Rosengrant G M 

Santbra George F 
]Sanford J F 
ISanford John F 

Sanford Walter 
ISchonberger John 
'Schonberger Michael 
ISchonberger Samuel 
1 Scott JB 

Scott J M 
1 Scott M 
j Scott Robert 

Seidle George 
'Shriver Wm C 

Smith J K 
! Snyder Joseph 

SteVeson Robert 

Steward Ezra 

Steward Wm G 

Switzer Isaac 

Tighe Wm 
iTiiberry A B 
jTilberry Caroline 

^^anorsdoll A H 
jWaltermire J K 
IWaltermire M H • 
I Webb Samuel 
iWelker C 
IWickard S J 
IWilesJ W 

Wilson J S 

i Winters George 

Zellers AVill iam 
: Zimmerman George 
j Zimmerman JY 

Zimmerman Peter 

Zimmerman Simon 



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POST OFFICE. 

Marseillds. 

Adams Hu^h 
Adams Samuel 
Ash William 
Bartram E G 
Baumunk Peter 
Bloom ingdale Jno G 
Bower J N 
Bower INIichael 
Brennen R J 
Burke Abraham 
Burke Adam 
Gary H H 
Chandler Jbsiah 
Chapin John 
Chesney&McConnell 
Cook Simon B 



Cozer E P 
Cressup Mary A 
Daugherty Caleb 
Davis George W 
Demarest Peter L 
Demarest S A M 
Downing D P 
Downing William 
Dwyer Edmond 
Eaton J R 
Emmons John 
jEmptage Thomas 
Fahl Frederick 
iFahl Henry 
jFoulk John 
]Frost Cyrenus 
Frost Sarah 
Halsey G W 
Halse'yJF 
Handchy Henry 



[Harness George 
! Harris Samuel 
iHartell S 
JHeckathorn & Co 
JHeckathorn D 
iHeckathorn HE 

Height Jno, estate of 

HewlitTnomas 

Hilldreth D B 

Hilldreth J A 

Hilldreth Stephen 

Hilldreth Talmadge 

Hilldreth Wm J 

Hines Henry 

Holmes J A 

Hullinger H, est of. 

HuUinger Samixel 

Johnston Isaac 

Kechler John 

Kechler Michael 



[Kemp G W 
j Kennedy B F 
[Kennedy H 
JKennedy John W 
j Kennedy & Rose 
[KrasherSamuel 
LeaB F 
JLear Chauncey 
ILeeper Francis 
Leslie John 
Lipp Jacob 
Livingspire Levi 
Loader J ohn 
Long Hugh 
Long Vincent 
Lutz J Jacob 
Mitchell L D 
Modd George 
Owens John 
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l';uks*, Heirs 
I'urker E L 
1\ ncer Ht;nry 
Phillips Samuel 
Pool J n 
.(-iiiail Henry 
llasey Joseph 
Robinson Henry 
Robinson Isaac 
Riinvan Tiiomas 
Sanctford Elizabeth 
Si'Hg^inan E M 



POST OFFICE 

Kirhy, War pole. 

Adams William 
Agen James 
Al/ord CC 
Ash John 
Bair Frederick 
Baker Jobn 
Bare Jacob P 
Bare Jonathan 
Bartholomew John 
Bates George 
Bates Mark 
Beidelsheis Peter 
Benan Peter 
Benaw Philip 
Bentz Everhart 
Bower Harman 
l?;^wen Henry C 
Bower David' 
Bower F A 
Bowsher Solomon 
Bradley C H 
Bricker Henry 
Bricker John 
Bricker Stephen 
Brown Franklii. 
Brown Hiram 
l^rown John N 
Brown Nancy 
Chadwick Joscpli 
Chew T H 
dinger Daniel 
dinger Henry 
dinger Jacob 
dinger John 
dinger John jr 
dinger Samuel 
Corclery Isaac 
L'raiglow Mary A 
L'raiglow R J 
Crock Frederick 
Culver Franklin 
Culver O and J 
Culver William 
Dawson Francis 
Dawson Thomas 
Dean Hamilton 
Dean Jolin B 
DemarestJ S 
Dickey A\ illiam 
Dietrick Andrew 
Dolson Peter A 
Dome Samuel 
Donnersbach R 
Eggleston George 
Eiserling Christ 
Ensminger A 



|.Seligman L A 
ISeligman William 
jShockey Isaac 

Simpson (ieorge 

Smith W F 

Spitzer Gabriel 
Lstevenson vSarah A 
I Straw, Bullock & Co 
jStudebaker ct Co 
jStudebaker J O 
jTerry George W 
'Tiiomas Enoch 



Uncapher I'hilip 
Vanorsdoll J O 
Vanorstloll William 
Vanorsdoll Wm U 
Walker D H 
Watson Clark 
Webber W E 
White & Walker 
WilkinsC H 
Wilkins David 
Willard R E 
Williamsjacob 



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, Ewart Campbell 
IE wart W D 
JFosty Benjamin 
j Fox "A G 
'Fox John B 
;Frey Joseph F 
;Gaa Joseph 
iGatchell Amos 
Gatchell David 
^Gatchell Hiram 
'Gatchell Jehu 
'Gatchell John 
Geisman Charles 
Gerth Jacob 
Gibson Cornelius 
Gibson James 
Gilliland Jane 
Graham Robert 
Graham Robert jr 
Grundish Jacob 
Hale Samuel 
Hall Henry H 
Hallstead William 
Haner John 
'Haner Vlarv Ann 
Haner Philip &Wm 
[Hankins George 
Harman Henry 
jHiirpster David 
iHazeldens Conrad 
iHazeldeus Peter 
iHendrickson R 
I Hill Mary M 
IHite Henry 
iHogan Thomas 
iHoilenshead Jacob 
iHollenshead Orrin 
illolsworth Christiai 
jHorn Adam ^ 
Horn Peter 
'Hughes Wm K 
Hunt A.bel R 
ilrwin Francis 
Irwin J and M 
'Jaqueth F S 
Johns A M 
Johnson E R 
Justice Henry 
Justice John 
Justice Oscar 
Kail A J 
Kail James A 
Kail S P 
Kargcr Nicholas 
[Karger Nicliolasjr 
iKatzenmeyer John 
jKatzenmeyer Peter 
jKeeler John 
Keeler W C 
Kern Jacob 



Kirby R B 

iKiser Jacob 

JKiser Wesley 
Kramer H W 
Kraus Lewis 
Kurtz Wm 
Leighty Joseph 

'LindseyJ II 

JLoutzenhiser Adam 

[McClain J G 

JMcClain Samuel 
McClary Da'Cid 

'McClary Isaiah 

iMcClary John 

I McClary John A- 
McClary Joshua 

! McClary Matthew 
McClarv Timothy 
McClarj- Wm 
McKelvy Matthew 
Maley John 
Malisky Martin 

jMaloney Franklin 
Maloney Peter 
Mann George 
Mason Hugh 
Maxwell D R 
Mears Albert 
Mel ncer C F 
Miller Daniel S 
Miller Jacob . 
Mi Her Jacob C 
Miller John 
(Moyer Peter 

[Murray Reuben 

iMyers'Samuel 

'Newell George 

, Newell H W' 

INorrisJ M 

'Norris Seymour 
Oalberg Peter 
O'Neal Barton 
I O'Neal Jerrv 
iParlett David H 
iParlettJ E 
'Parletl Matthew 
Parlett Robert 
Phipps Owen 
Pickerel Jonathan 
Pickerel Milton 
Price Levi 
Pursel George 
(^uail Asa 
:Qii nil John 
Reaser George 
Redlinger Charles 
Reichman Caroline 
iReisterer Charles 
Rcistcrer Clemens 
Reisterer Joseph A 



VV'inslow Philip 
Wooley Milligan 
Worth ington John 
Worthington Joseph 
Yager Henry 
Yencer Sam 
Yoakim Absalom 
Young David 
I Young John 



jRenilinger John 
iRieser Wm H 
Rock Henry 
Roll Chailes 
'Roll Joseph 
Rosengrant G M 

Ross G W 
Rossman Philip 
i Rowland M L 
Savidge W F 
jSelienaler Nicholas 
jShafer Emanuel 
jShafer Ephraim 
!Shafer Samuel 
jShanebaugh Wm 
iShrenk Fidel 

Shrenk Jolin 
iSimerson John 

Slover John 
jSloverJO 
I She W'm T 
jSlye Wm F 
I Smith Charles 
i Smith Clay 
■Smith George 
1 Smith Nicholas 
jSmith Philip 

Snyder AD 
j Spoon Wm 

Stansberry Ephraim 
iStansberry Lewis 
j Stansberry Sam 
;Stavner Thomas 
f Stewart M C 
iStiert & Kerr 
! Straw C M 
j Straw Flavia 

Straw Julius 
'straw Orrin F 

Stroub Joel 
ISwartzJ A 

Swilling George 

Switzer Jacob 

Taylor Darkless 

Thiel Frank 
iThiel George 
iThies Nicholas 

Thompson Edward 

Thompson Elzer A 
iTroutman Jacob 

Ulrich Conrail 
'Ulrich Jacob 

Ulrich lohn 

Ulrich "Michael 

\';inorsd:i!l Andrew 

\'anorsdall Charles 

Vent William 

\'ent Henry 

N'ent Henrv jr 

^'ogal Antliony 



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Wagoner Frank 
Wasjoncr Lewis 
Walkins George 
Warner John 
Wayne George W 
Weaver John 



iWeimerskircli Chas 
(Welch Benj 
iWhaley Wolford 
'Wliitaker John 
[White Wni G 
jWilliains John 



lAV'illoughby Nathan jYoung C D 

"Wilson WL Voung Ed-ward 

! Wise George Young John K 

W'oolev \Vm Voung Mary 



Wright John 
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POSTOFFICE. 

Little Sandusky, Pitt. 

Baldwin G W 
Bardon Henry 
Bardonjohn sr & jr 
Bardon Philip 
Barrett Bever 
Bart Christ 
Baumgartner S F 
Bender Jacob 
Bender John 
Bentlev Isaac 
Benton W E 
Beutler Eliza 
Blackburn John 
Blackburn Moses 
Bowlby D W 
Bowlby Wellington 
Bowman Isaac 
Bowinad S B 
Bowman T M 
Bowman Wm A 
Bo-wsher John 
Brandt Frany 
Brandt John 
Brandt Ulrich 
Brewer C 
Brewer C J 
Brewer James 
Brewer J A 
Brewer John 
Brewer M C 
Kre\ver Oscar 
Brewer Philip 
Bridge D G 
Bushnell AVm 
Castanun John 
Clark Thomas 
Cochran James 
Cook George II 
Cooks R 
Cook W D 
Coons Daniel 
Coons Joseph 
Coons I'homas 
Core D W 

Cosionien Jno, Guard 
Cresap Christ 
Cresap S B 
Cresap ^V 
Cunningham II M 



Curra.n Alaurice 
DahmerH H 
Deal John 
Deurre Jerry 
Doebert Clirist 
Doebert William 
Dundore Sarah 
Edgington Clark 
Edgington Jesse 
Edgington W H 
Finicle & Morgan 
Foucht Christ 
Foucht Mary A 
Fowler C R" 
F'owler S P 
Fuchter John 
Furner Christ 
Gilsolv John 
Golden R 
Grover John 
Gump William 
Hale D X 
Hall Catharine A 
Hall George 
Halterman John 
Harm an Samuel 
Harpster D 
Henninger John 
Herring Henry 
Hogan Dennis 
Holowa\- Rush 
Holoway John 
lloloway John W 
Hornliv Charles 
Hughes B A 
Hughes Catharine 
Hunt A C 
Hunt El viiia 
Hunt Nancy- 
Hunt Sarah 
I Hunt Wm S 
James Frank 
Johnson John 
Keller John 
Keppfer John jr 
Keppfer John sr 
Keppfer Ulrich 
Kerr Celinda* 
Kotterman Michael 
Kotternian Sol 
Kramer George 
Kramer Jt)hn 
Landon Charles H 



I Law re nee John 
jLewis Elias 

Lewis John L 
! Lewis M S 
j Lewis S 
jLiiiinger Godfrey 

Lininger John 
'Littlj'^Christ 
JMcClain -Vbr 

McClain Thomas 
iMcCormick Levi 
McKelvv John 
I March ^arah J 

Martin B W 
|Meas J B 
:Milier Charles 
'Miller Clay 

Miller John 
jMontee E 
iMontee Wm 
: Moulds Rich 

ISIouser D D 

]Mouser Wm 

Muchler J M 

Neiderhauser Christ 

Ne iderhauser John 

Nutter Isaac 

Nutter John 

Orr Charles W 

Parker James 
I Parker T S 

Parker 'William 

Pontions Adam 

Pontions S P 

Porter Eli 



iPotter John 

IR; 



icey John C 
Rainsburg- Joseph 
Reader Peter 
Reunals John 
Richmond Gilbert 
Rowse & Layton 
Rowse Q^A 
Rouse W R 
Seebaugh Adam 
Seger Joseph 
Shaw Jacob 
Shaj' Thomas 
Sheets Peter 
Shug J F 
Shumaker John K 
Smith A P 



{Smith George 



I Smith Jacob 

Smith John H 

Smith Rebecca 

Smiih W R 
! Smith W W 

Snider Amos 

Snyder Benj 

Snyder Henry 

Snyder John W 
iStalter Hiram 
I Start Wm PI 
iStaulter John , 

|Stoneliurner N 
i Straw Lewis 
tStury Christ 
iStucfer Semantha 
jSwartz Daniel 
; Swartz D S 

SAvartz Eben 

Swartz George H 

Swartz Isaac 

Swartz Sophia 
iSwihartJ J 
iSwinehart Benj F 
jSwinehart Jacob 
jSwinehart Levi J 

Swinehart Peter 
iTaylor Amos 
I Taylor R N 
I Troup Henry 
I Troup S F 

Walker G W 

Webb John 

Webb Robert 

Wei.-,t Christ W 

Welch M W 
j Welch Wm 
jWhittaker James 
iWhittaker John 
jWilliams Benj 
IWilliams Dan 
I Williams Volney 
jWillmouth Samuel 

Wilt Charles 

W'instead Catharine 
IWissner M 
'Wolverton Robert 
I Wood Diantha 
I Wood John 
i Wood's P 
AVorleyJ G 
|WorIey Peter 
I 'iVyss Jacob 



POST OFFICE.! Almy Charles 



Whartonsburgb. 

Adams L D 
Adams Marga A 
Adams Phoebe 
Ahlefield Samuel 
Allis Justin 



Alspach -'umes P 
'Alspach ^Marion 
Alter J R 
Alter R D 
Andrews J C 
Angier Samuel 
Armstrong D D 
Baker D L 



Baker Francis M 
Baker Jacob 
Baker John 
Baker Wm 
Barnhart Martha 
Barnheisel Henry 
Bartlet Emerson 
Bartlet Loran 
Bechtel Samuel 



BechtelSL 
Bell John A 
Benjamin David 
Benjamin Joseph 
Benjamim Wm 
Bennett Ransom 
iBlake Oren 
Blue SD 
Blue W W 



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WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Boas John 
Boas Michael 
Bodeii David 
Bolten John 
Bottjacoh 
Bowsman Abraham 
Bristoll Wm 
Bristnll Wm & Co 
Bristoll ^Vm A 
Brown Henry 
Brown & Nifeman 
Brownsteter Jacob 
Burson Eliiah 
Calvin S G 
Camby Charity B 
Carv Georg-e 
Case L B 
Cauo^hey S E 
Cavit Robt 
Clark James 
Clark Thomas A 
Clapper Jacob 
Clapper Obediah 
Clayton John 
Clinsjer A T 
Coatcs N B 
Coates S G 
Coates S R 
Cole D D 
Cole Isaac H 
Cole Lewis A 
Cole Peter 
Cole Philip 
Cole Susan 
Cole William 
Cole William jr 
Cole AV W 
Cook L 
Corbin T B 
Corbin Wm 
Cramer Catharine 
Crites Janns 
Davidson Robert 
Devine Thomas 
Donersbah Paul 
Doub M C 
Drake James 
Duffield \V W 
Dumm AI S 
Eari^ Marion 
Karp Wm ir 
Eatherton" Geo iK: Co 
Eatherton Henrv 
Ebv Milton 
Elliott Aaron 
Esterly Caleb 
Faler Mary 



Farrand Henry 
Fellers Lucy C 
Floyd Martin 
Foster Albert 
Foster James S 
Fulk Abraham 
Fulk Jacob's heirs 
Gibson Robt 
Griner Jacob F 
Hammond J C 
Harm as ]yicD 
Harmon W If 
Harris Z W 
Hart John 
Hart 'William 

iHemmerly Jacob 
Ireman Joseph 

i James Georare 

jjenkins William 
Joque Peter 
"Kaublc Henry 

iKauble Mary 
Keechlev Simon 
Keer George 
KeerIM 

iKemmerly Jacob 
Kemmcrly Samnel 
Kimmell Alphens 
I'^immell David 

j Kimmell Joseph 
Kimmell JF 

iKimmell "LL 

iKnesel Georere 
Krider A 

jLiles Isaiali 

JLinn C 

jLono- John 

jLntz Snmnel 

IMabvJF 
McCle'lland David 
McClelland Georsrt 
McClelland Jacob 

!?vTcClelland Wm 

[McNair Wheeler 

I Mansfield Wni 

iMarshall TI P 

; Martin David 

j Martin David L 

i Martin J AV 

iMaver John f 

I May hew John B 

;Miceaels Georsfe 
Miller Peter 
Miller Thomas 
Mincer J R 
Moe David 
Moe Orlando 



iMohre Henry 

jMohre Isaac 

Mohre Jesse 

Moore WT 

Moore "W H 
I Morrison David 
i Murray Z G 
jMusg-rove Edward 

Muso-rove Joseph 

Opp Susan 

Passet Charles 

Petty J A 

Pever Irvin 

Pever Uriah 

Pever W B 

Phelps ,/ames 

Phelps John 

Plott John 

Pricket Samuel 

Ransfler Henrv 

Ranerler Jacob 

Rangier John 

Ren shier Levi W 

Revnolds A S 

ReVnolds G W 

Reynolds John M 

Rice Goucher 

Richards Jacob 
'Richardson T J 
iRickle Daniel " 
'Robinet Peter 

Robison Joseph 
jRobison & Jenkins 

Robison John 

Rog-ers L D 

Roose David's estatt 

Rosenbaum A F 

Rummel .lames 
iRummell R A' 
ISecrist "Wm 
iShaffer William 
iShaner John S 
iShanon"A I 
I Sheldon David 
IShellhouse A ] 
I Shell house Sanih W 
! Shoemaker & Co 
'Shoemaker Jacfjb 
j Smith Julia A 
I Smith "Robert 
'Solt Monroe 
i Southard J and B W 

Spoon Daniel 
! Spoon David 

Spoon t/acob 
Spoon Reuben 
S]->oon Solomon sr 



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POST OFFICE, 

Caret/, Van hue. 

Alspach Aaron 
Amrine Andrew 
Askem A F ' 
Bachar Andrew 
Bachar Carolin<- 
Bachar Georffc 
Bachar Henry 
Bachar Jacob' 
r>achar Jacob B 
Bachar Jacob C 
Bachar Jonas 



Bachar Jonath an 
Bachar'joseph 
Bachar Samuel 
Bachar Simon 
Bachar Solomon 
Bachar William 
Batchman Jacob 
Bausrhman Ebene/.er 
B;iuafhman G W 
Beck John W 
Bennett D A 
BoAvlby James 
Brown Henrv 
Carr C B 
Chesebro Charlotte L 



jChesebro Joel 
I Chesebro M Y 
! Chesebro Saxton A 
jChesebro S B 
1 Chesebro S Y 
ICole Henrv 
Cole J A ' 
Cole "William 
Crist Perry 
Esterly ^Marion 
Fickle Benjamin 
F'ickle George W 
Greek George 
Greek ./ohn 
Greek Samuel 



Starr John 
Sterling- James L 
Sterling J B 
Sterling John 
Sterling John & Co 
Strickler Jacob sr 
Strickler Jacob A 
Strine John 
Stump Frederick 
Stump Michael 
Summers F W 
Summers William 
Swearengen Wm 
Swook Adam 
Tart Hiram 
Thomas H A 
Thompson John 
Tracy Sarah 
Tracy Winfield 
Treece Peter L 
VanBuren Ezra 
Vogal W M 
Wager Eliza A 
Ward A C 
Ward Elizabeth 
Ward Emanuel 
Ward Ilarplev 
Ward J P 
WardL B 
Ward Oneal 
Warner Clark 
Watts David 
Welter Jacob 
WentlingElias 
Wentling Sarah 
Wentz Elizabeth 
I Went'/ J C 
Wentz John 
Wentz I.evi 
White John R 
White T M 
Wickiser Allxrt 
AVickiserD V. 
WickiserJ D 
Williams DB 
Willoughb^■ Levi 
Wise A B ' 
Wise Jacob * 
A\'ise Jerome 
Worst Levi 
Worst Peter 
Yaney CharlcK 
Yoiing G W 
Zini merman H K 



'Greek Simon 
[Greek William 
jGreno George 
[Grindle Jacob 
iGrindle Simon 
■Hagerman HenrA- 
iHark George 
Ilaupt Joseph 
Ileick Martin 
Ilickle Martin 
,Holsington Emily 
[Hunter Cyrus 
Hunter James 
Jackson Daniel 
Jackson Jacob 



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Jackson W P 
Kaley Elizabeth 
Kalev Martin L 
Keller Adam 
Kemerly Samuel 
Kime Sarah 
Knepper Henry 
Krabill J W 
Lanning Geo W 
Laudenslasjer Wm 
Lov F M ^ 
McTFall Wm II 
Mick Edward 
Mick Henry 
Miner Mortiga 
Miner AVm 
Moyer George 



Moyer Wm II 
Nye George F 
Op per George 
Orwick Samuel 
Parish A J 
Parker David 
Plott Wm & Matilda 
Put man Henry 
Renter Jacob 
Ribleyjohnli 
Richcrick Jefl'erson 
Richcrick John W 
Roberts Hyatt 
Robison Henry 
Shane Alpha 
Shane Julia Ann 
Shepherd Lyman 



I Shepherd T N 
iShepherd T N jr 

Shoup Samuel 
Isiioui) S C 
I Smith J M 
j Smith Samuel 
iSnook Jeremiah 
ISolt Uriah 
iSpangler Michael 

Stahl Daniel 
1 Starr George 
JStevens Caleb 
ISwick A N 
JThrash Elias 
I Thrash Henry 
frhrash Michael 
;Tong George W 



Tong H B 
iTong E R 

Tong M R 
ITong W S 
lUpdegraft'Ann K 
jl'i-degraft'John M 
iUpdegraff N E 
1 Weaver Eafayette 
jWickiserJ W 
jWohlgamuth Dan*l 

Wohlgamutli Isaac 
IWohlgamuth James 
jWohly-amuth Jonas 

Wolilgamuth S R 
jWohlgamnth S S 



POSTOFFICE. 

Lovell, Upper San- 
dusky, Kirhy. 

Altvater Frederick 
Arnold Elias 
Arnold William 
Ash Samuel 
Bardley D S 
Bardly Julia 
Barson Elias 
B arson E M 
Bass Peter 
Batsh Wm 
Baughman Daniel 
Baughman Fredrica 
Bear Conrad 
Beitelshese John 
Berg Konrad 
Berg John 
Best John 
Bilog Bernard 
Binan George 
Binan John 
Binan Peter 
Bland Caleb 
Bland D A 
Bland Jane 
Bogara E 
Bogard G W 
Bogard Hiram 
Brandt George 
Brath Harman 
Brodman Conrad 
Brodman Henry 
Brodman Justin 
Broocks Christian 
Brooks Sebastian 
Brown Ambrose 
Bi'own Joseph 
Bruce Eli 
Bush Gibson 
Carey McD M 
Clark George L 
Clemens A 
Coldwell Hiram 
Coldwell John 
Conisly John F 
Cox Joshua 
Cusick Richard 
Cusick Thomas 
Cusick William 
Dasher George 
Davidson Rachel 



Davidson Wm 
Davis Francisco 
Davis Henrjr 
Davis W H 
Dean Peter 
Deellv Henry 
Draper B H 
Draper G A 
Eberly Anton 
Eberly Henry 
Eberly John 
Erlick Edward 
Erlick Frederick 
Ewing Amos 
Ewing John M 
Ewing S AV 
Fetter Andrew 
Fetter John 
Fisher Casper 
Flatter John 
Fleck Catharine 
Fowler J M 
Fox Henry 
Fox John J 
Frank Peter 
Frank Peterjr 
Frey Ignatius 
Gamber Adam 
Gamel Jefferson 
Gantz David 
Gantz George W 
•Gibson R C 
Gibson W A 
Gottfried J & H 
Gotties Christian 
Gotties Jacob 
Hadsell Alex 
Hare Nicholas 
Hatch Charles 
Hessly Jacob 
Hibbens James 
Hiss Conrad 
Holland S D 
Horn John 
Hulse Jonas 
Hulse Lucy 
Hunter G 
Hurd Anna 
In man A M 
Inman Henry 
Inman H K 
Inman Martin 
t^ane Joseph S 
Jogum Peter 
Judy M K 



Karg Philip 
Kear David 
Kear Henry 
Kear James 
Kear Milton 
Kear Nathan 
Kear W O 
Kear Wilson 
Koehler Fred'k 
Koehler Jacob 
Koontz Michael 
Kranz John 
Kranz Mathias 
Kranz Nicholas 
Krebs Christian 
Krehs Gottlieb 
Krebs John 
Krock Frederick 
Larcombs M S 
Laixtenshlager J ist 
Lautenshlager J 2nd 
Logesdon Catharine 
Long James 
Long John 
Lortz Gust 
Lortz John 
Lortz W ni 
Lowrey John 
McBeth Robert 
McCann Peter 
McLain Robert 
Maffett Joseph 
Maffett Nelson 
Mann J G 
INlaris James 
Marshall G W 
Marshall Joseph 
Mattison Job 
Mayers Theodore 
Mays Samuel 
Messinger C S 
Messmore vVnton 
Michaels H D 
Miller Andrew 
Miller Matthias 
Miller Nicholas 
Miller William 
Moll John 
Molter Leonard 
Moody L3'man 
Morrall & Hull 
Moser Dunham 
Moser Jacob 
Mott Nicholas 
Munser Amanda 



Munser /ohn 

Murphy Henrv 

Nagel F A ' 

Nagel W 

Nichols Daniel 

Nve Amos 

OggWA 
lOggJL 
iOliver J B 
jOliyerJ W E 

Orions Joseph 
!Oi-ions Martin 

Parson H C 
jPauly Peter 
jPfeiter Jacob 
iPfeiferJohn 

Pfeifer Peter 
iPiekar Nicholas 

Premej'er Nicholas 
iPremej'er Theodore 

Rapenet George 

RieserJF 

Riesterer Joseph 
jRix Samuel 
IRobbins John 
jRoss Adam 
JRossman Adam 

Rossman Eva 

Rossman George 

Sabers Aaron 

Sargent A M 

Sarvidge F W 

Sheek Frederick 

Schlup Frederick 
Schlup A 

Schonberger George 
Schonberger Michael 
Schonberger M G 
Schultz Frank 
Scott Jane 
Shagler Isaac 
Sheafier Frederick 
Shellhouse PM 
Schlemmer Henry 
Shoots Barton 
Shumacker Frank 
Shumacker John 
Schuni acker Joseph 
Smith Jacob 
Smith Marx 
Snyder Richard 
Ste"in Charles 
Steinbach John 
Stephan Frank 
Stevens Henrietta 



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Stief George 
Stillberger Adam 
Stillberger John 
Stum John 
Sumit Mary 
Swerline xVlhert 
Taylor P Martin 
Taylor T P 
Trachsel Peter ist 



Trachsel Peter 2nd 
Trautwein John 
Tross Wm 
Ulrich Henry 
Ulrich Jacob 
Ulrich John 
I Ulrich .lohnH 
AVao-ers Theodore 
[ Walborn Johnson 



AVeaver Leonard 
Weber Nicholas 
Weiler Daniel 
Wentz Jesse 
Wenzinger Joseph 
Wesner Sain 
White Daniel 
Will Peter 



Wright Joseph 
j Yen tzer Joseph 
Zahm John 
Zahm Julius 
Zerold Henry 
Zerold John 
Zimmerman Jacob 



j Wright Albert 



POSTOFFiCE. 

Sycamore, Belle Ver- 
non, Mexico, 

Adams Hannah 
Ankny Isaac 
Asburv Joel N 
Baker Gibson & Co 
Babcock Charles H 
Babcock Francis M 
Baker Job 
Baker Silas 
Balliett Josiah 
Bare Rachel 
Bate man ASS 
Baum Alexander 
Bender Andrew 
Bender i^ ndrew F 
Bender George 
Bennett Wm M 
Bentz Micliael D 
Betzer Elvira L 
Betzer Wm 
Biles, Baker, Gibson 

& Co 
Biles Samuel T 
Blair Theodore F 
Bloom Pliilip 
BogartWm I. 
Bo\vers Daniel 
Breese John E 
Bretz Andrew J 
Bretz Eli 
Bretz Jackson A 
Browii Deptha 
Brown Wilber 
Bunn Alva 
Byers George W 
Carnes Alfred 
Caughy James T 
Clingnian Henry A 
Coon Ethan T 
Cross John W 
Culver Benjamin Y 
Culver James 
Culver Seymour 
Curbs James F 
Dana Mary 
Downey Solomon F 
Duerr J A 
Dunlap Daniel 
Dwire Hiram 
Ekelberry Alias 



Emerson Milton L 
Eyestone Enoch 
E^'estone George 
Eyestone George W 
Eyestone Griffith 
Eyestone Irvin 
Eyestone Jerrj' C 
Eyestone John '-V 
Eyestone Nelson K 
Eyestone O H 
Eyestone Silas R 
iFagan W V 
Feltis Francis S 
JFox Thomas B 
I Foy George W 
Foy Jacob 
.Gault Jordon 
Geary Mathias 
■Geary Michael 
Gibbs Isaac B 
'Gibbs & Landy 
I Gibbs William 
I Gibson Albert E 
j Gibson Altred C 
I Gibson James A 
j Gibson Mary Jane 
JGlockner Oscar 
(Goodman David 
I Goodman David sr 
[Goodman John 
(Goodrich John E 
{Greeg Andrew 
JGreeg John F 
: Griffith Cvrus 
[Griffith Harvey 
[Hawkins H C' 
iHeckman Mary E 
[Heistand George 
jHershberger A C 
jHershberger .J acob 
Hershberger John H 
Hill Jonathan 
Hill William 
Ingerson Charles B 
Ingerson Edgar 
Ingerson Eliza J 
Ingerson John 
Ingerson Laura A 
Ingerson Reason 
Ingerson Thomas 
Jaquith Benj F 
Jaquith Frank M 
Jaquith Lydia A 
Jenner Amos B 



Jump Virgil 
Kester Jason 
Kintz Josepli 
Kisor Henry 
Kisor Joseph 
Kitchen Edmond 
Kitchen Pemberton C 
Konkel Jehiel F" 
Lease Jacob 
Lee Hugh 
Lee per Joel M 
Little James W 
Little Martha 
Longwell Chas W 
Lor ah John 
Ludwig Daniel B 
Lundy Amos B 
Lundy Mary A 
Lundy Willets 
Lupton John K 
Lupton Lewis 
Lupton Reason W 
Lupton Samuel 
Lynch Emma 
Lynch Mary E 
Lynch Rachel 
McCauly Alfred 
McCaUly Sylvester 
McClelland' ET 
McConihay II W 
McConiha}' Joseph 
McCune Walter 
JManslield John B 
JMarquerat John 
Martin Drusilla 

Guardian 
Miller Isaac L 
Montgomery Francis 
Moore Benj W 
Obencham Van L 
Ockerman George 
Palmer Belonia 
Pancost Casper C 
Park William 
Pease James C 
Peese Charlotte 
Pennington Levi 
Pennington Levi jr 
Phillips George W 
Phillips Izetus 
Pontious Benjamin 
Priman Levi 
Rader Heni-y 
Randebaugh S H 



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iRauck Benjamin 
Rodgers Gideon • 
;Rodgers John 
Rodgers Orange 
Saffell Augustus 
Saftelljay 
Saffell John 
[Shaffer Jacob W 
IShaffer JohnD 
I Shaffer Josiah W 
[Shaffer Peter K 
jShanks fohn 
iShumaker Elger 
[Simpson James A 
j Smith Philip 
I Snodgrass J ames F 
Snyder Frank H 
Snyder George E 
Stafford Andrew 
Stalters Jacob C 
Steinwalt Samuel 
Stinclicomb Dan C 
Stinchcomb James 
Stinchcomb James S 
Stinchcomb John W 
Stinchcomb Wm A 
Stoakley Charlotte 
Stover Alonzo D 
I Stover Levi 
jSwinehart Jane 
|Ta3'lor George 
iTe-ilJacob 
[Thatcher Abr M 
iTuttle Dow J 
I Underwood John 
[Vance Orrin 
Vangundy Abraham 
(Vangundy George 
JA'angundj' James A 
'Vangundy Tlieodore 
Vangundy William 
A'anvorhis V 
I Walker Jonathan 
I Watson David G 
iW^ilcox Plimpton P 
AVilcox Ransom 
1 Wilcox Wm J 
I Williams Jerome 
W'illiams Zach S 
Wilson Albert Z 
Wilson George A 
I Wilson John L 
|ZeIlner Samuel 
IZellner Tillman 



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POST OFFICE. 

Tymochtee, Belle Ver- 
^non, McCutchenvillc. 
Mea>ico. 

Albert Ann 
Anderson James 
Babcock Peter 
Badger Georofe 
Badg-er Hezekiah 
Badger Jesse 
Badger Thomas 
Badger William 
Bare Abraham 
Bare Ephraim 
Bare Henry 
Bare Hiram 
Bare Samuel 
Barger John 
Baum Peter 
Baumgartner J'ohn 
Baumgartner Mich 
Beam Harrison 
Bennesderfer Peter 
Berry Ella 
Bimisdifer John 
Black George 
Black John 
Black Lewis 
Bloom Jacob 
Bloom Peter 
Bloom Philip 
Blue Abraham 
Blum Christopher 
Bope Andrew 
Bope Conrad 
Bope D M 
Bope George 
Bope John 
Brashears Henry 
Brashares Truman 
Brown O K 
Brown Wm 
Buck II F 
Burton David 
Cary Mc D M 
Carr George W 
Carter Eliza 
Carter Marshall 
Claybaugh Henry 
Clingman Willis 
Cochenour Abraham 
CochenourMagdaline 
Colburn Ruth 
Cole Thomas 
Conaghan Joseph 
Conahan Victor 
Cook Calvin 
Cooper G G 
Cooper John 
Copley W G3 
Corfman Henry 
Corfman Jacob 
Corfman Noah 
Corfman Samuel 
Corfman Susan 
Corfman William 
Coughan John T 
Crall J B 
C rouse Jacob 



Crouse Marion 
Crouse Napoleon 
Curl is D H 
Cypher George 
Dclaplane John 
Detray T F 
Dubre David 
Durborau 1*H 
Dunn Asa 
Dunn Asa jr 
Edwards Sarah 
PIkelberry Ezekicl 
Ekelberry frvin 
Ekelberry Levi 
Ekelberry Mary A 
Ekelberry Willis 
Ellis Elias 
Ellis Elias-jr 
Ellis J M 
Frazier David 
Freese Jackson 
Freese Jacob 
Freet S D 
Gault Levi F 
Gibson Josiah 
Gibson Martin \' 
Gilland Jacob 
Greeg Franklin 
Grier Aulonetta 
Grubb Lewis 
G ruble John 
Grumble George 
Grumble Joseph 
Gunthcr Jacob 
Haines Rodney P 
Hale Tracy 
Hawk William 
Hayman Charlotte 
Hayman Ellen 
Hayman George 
Hayman Jacob 
Hayman Joseph 
Hayman Thomas 
Heilman Eli 
Henrich Franklin J 
Hig"h Emanuel 
High William 
Hitzel G and M 
Hoffman John F 
Hottman "Frederick 
Houpt Henrj' 
Houpt Thomas 
Huber Uriah 
Hudson Robert 
Huftord Catharine 
Hufford Christopher 
Hufford Conrad 
Hufford G AV 
Hufford Lydia 
Hull Jesse 
Ingman George 
Jackson Mary A 
'acob Ezra 
Jacoby George 
Johnson Ann 
Johnson M C 
Juvinall & Curlis 
Kear Byron 
Kear Doctor 
Kear Susan 
"Kiney Abraham 



King Pet( 
Kinlev W 



Peter C 

lliam 
KirbA- Moses 
Kitchen A\- B 
Kline Leanna 
j Kurtz Amos 
Kurtz PI i ram 
iLake Eliza 
[Letzen Z A 
I Long Henry 
Long John 
iLongabaugh John 
Lowmaster Louisa E 
Ludwig George W 
'Lunday Isaac 
jLupton Wm 
JMcPikc Jacob 
McNutt Thomas 
iMackey J W 
iMessner Charles 
IMick William 
Milam George 
Milam Joel 
Milam Mary 
Mitten Miles 
Montross James M 
MulhollandLH 
Mulholland Miles 
Murphy Stephen 
Myers & Brundage 
M vers John F 
Neible A A 
Neible Abner 
Neible Catharine 
Neible Enos 
Neible Noah 
Nichols II D 
Nichols H M 
Nichols Sanmel 
Noel G J 
Ogg Richard J 
Ogg Wm A 
Parker Henry 
Parker J D 
! Parker Theodore 
Parkin Thomas 
I Payne S T 
[Pennington W J 
Perrine Lee 
Perrine Samuel 
I Perrine Zachary 
j Petty Jacob 
:Pontious Andrew 
I Post Levi B 
jRaridan Joseph 
Ringeisen C F 
Ringeisen John 
Roberts Isaac 
Roberts John 
Roberts Magdaline 
Row John 
Rumple Conrad 
Saffell Frank 
Saffell James 
Sampson G W 
Sams A B 
Schentz Margaret 
Schentz William 
Scott Peter W 
Shafer Daniel 
Shafer Jacob 



Shafer Lewis 

Shaftnerjohn W 

Sharpe Thomas J 
I Sherwood John F 
jShireman Conrad 

Shuler Thomas 

Sigler Jacob 

Sigler Ottomer 

Sniook C and S 
ISnover MB 

Snovcr William 

Sockrider John 

Spayth George 

Speck Ellen 

Spitler Levi 

Steigerwalt Jacob 

Stokle}' Lewis 

Stom Daniel 

Stom Jacob 

Stoner Frank 

Stover Barbara 

Stover Christopher 
j Straw David 
I Straw Samuel 
jStubbs Henry 
ISwartz Diebold 

Swartz Jacob 

Swerline Edward 

Swerline John 

Swerline W R 
Thomasjoseph 
Torrey C W 
Van Pool Geo 
Vought Henry 

Von Blon Elizabeth 
Wagner Albert 
W agner Cyrus 
"Wagner John S 
Walker Edward 
Walton A M 
Walton Bcnj 
A\'alton Irvin 
A\'alton James II 
Walton Joel L 
Walton Joseph 
W^alton Lawrence 
Walton L R 
Walton L S 
Walton Matthew 
Walton William 
Wilderwood Jerry 
Wilson E S 
Wilson George 
Wilson Walter 
W'ilson G F 
Wininger C L 
Wininger G L 
Wininger Joel 
Wininger John 
Wininger Solomon 
WisebakerV'alentine 
Wood Francis 
Wood Horace 
Wood Lester 
Wood Nelson 
Zambert William 



8o WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

I. H. Beery. J.. A. Maxwell, G. AV. Beery. 

WYANDOT COUNTY BANK. 

UPPER SANDUSKY, O. 

C. W. BEERY, President. E. A. CORDON, Cashier. 

CEO. W. BEERY, Jr., Ass't Cashier. 



CURTIS BERRY, JR., 

m mum ni 

1001 10. I, 01114 14LL, 





Sealers in Sroeerie: aid Frovbioiis 

TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES, FRUITS, ETC- 

Sandusky Avenxe, Second door South of Union of ice, 

Hio-he.^t M;ii-ket Price |);ii(l for Couiiti-y Pr()(liu'(\ 



MANUFACTUREK AND DEALER IN 

Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, 

No. 4 Yellow Corner, 

XTPPEH SAITDITSKY, O. 



UPPER SANDUSKY 




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Adair George, lab, res e s 5th n Crawford 

Adams Express Co., office w s Sandusky av n Johnston, A. Bill- 
hard t, agent 
Agerter John, county auditor, office court house, res north end 4th. 
Ahlefeld George, blacksmith, ress w cor Hazel and Wyandot av. 



ALLEN BEN F., Fasliionable Barber and Hair 
Dresser, McCoimers Block, Ben is known 
as the *'Boss Barber" of Upper Sandusky, 
res e s 5th n Bigelow 



J. A. STOCKTON, Dentist, Office over Wyandot County Bank, 



82 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Allen A., feed store, w s Sandusky av n Wyandot av, bds Hudson 

House 
Altenberger Isaac, lab, res ws 3rd s Findlay 
Altenberger Joseph, res w s 3rd s Findlay 
Althauser Fred, butcher, res n w cor 2nd and Findlay. 
Altstaetter & Bechler (Henry Altstaetter, Severin Bechler; brew- 
ers, e s 4th n Wyandot av. 
Altstaetter Henry, (Altstaetter & Bechler) resw s 4th s Findlay 
Ambler George, lab, bds n s Crawford e 5th 
American Express Company, office w s Sandusky av n Johnston, E 

A. Gordon, agent 
Amman Charles, lab, res w s 3rd n Walker 
Andrews Mrs A L, res w s Sandusky av s Crawford 
Andrews A B, carpenter, res e s Warpool s Wyandot av 
Andrews & Bartow, (J W Andrews, J F Bartow,) millinery 

and fancy goods^ Opera House Block 
Andrews Miss Clara B, clerk fancy store, bds w s Sandusky av s 

Crawford 
Andrews H H, elk, res w s Sandusky av s Crawford 
Andrews, J W, (Andrews cS: Bartow) res w s Sandusky av s Craw- 
ford 
Anno Miss Emma, dressmaker, e s Sandusky avn Walker, res same 
Anson L A, section boss C (fe T R R, res w s 7th s Crawford 
Applegate D S, carpenter, ress e cor 3rd and Bigelow 
Assenheimer George, carpenter, res e s yth s Crawford 
ATKINSON MRS NAOMI L, prop'r Pierson House, e s Sandusky 

av n Johnston 
Aungst John, carpenter, res w s yth s Crawford 
Ayres David, res w s Sandusky av s Wyandot av 
AYERS ISAAC, drugs and medicine, w s Sandusky av s Wyandot 

av, res same 
Ayres Jonathan, res s w cor Johnston and 5th 
Ayres William, County Commissioner, res w s 8th opp South 
Baer Samuel, agent, res n 5 Wyandot av e Sandusky av 



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Bainbridge H R, res w s yth s Crawford 

Balduf John, lab, res w s 4th n Crawford 

Balduf Martin, butcher, res w -s 5th s Crawford 

BARNES J W, physician, Beery's block, bds Pierson House. 

Bartlett H M carriage trimmer, res w s 5th s Findlay 

Bartow J F (Andrews & Bartow,) res w s yth s Johnston 



DR. STOCKTON'S charges are always reasonable. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. Ss 



.Tno. S. Rappe, Pres. J. S.HARE,Vice Pres. Wm. H. Frederick, Casfi'r 

CENTRAL BANK 

UPPER SANDUSKY, O. 

Transacts a general Banking business. (.V)]]eetions made a Specialty. 

Interest paid on Time Deposits. 
DIRECTORS— Jno. S. Rappe, J. S. Hare, Cbr. Engel, P. O'Brien, 

J. 1). Mc'Kee. 



ATTOHNEY AT LAW, 

Office 2nd Floor; Beery's Block, 






DEALER IN 

traceries aad ProTisioaSj 

One Door West of Brinkerhqf^s, Wt/andot Avenue, 

Sells Clieaper tlaan tlie Clieapest. 

Call and be convinced. 



Manufacturer c^f all Kinds of 

COOPER WARE, 

A^D DEALER IN 

STAVES AND HOOPPOLES. 
XJI^PEIl SANDUSKY, O. 



Dp. Stockton pays particular Attention to preserving Natural Teeth. 



84 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Baiimgardner Henzel, lab, N F Goetz, bds same. 
B A use HER B L, [successor to Bauscher & Roberts,! marble 
works, n s Wyandot ave Sandusky av, res w s 7th s Crawford 
Bearinger Mrs Frances, res s w cor Sandusky av and Crawford 
Bearinger George W, res s s Crawford w Sandusky av 
Bearinger William, carriage maker, res w s Sandusky av s Craw- 
ford 
Bearinger William A, wood worder, Hale & Freet, res s s Johnston 
w 4th 

Valuable Town Lots for Sale by R N McConnell, 
Upper Saiicliisk:^', O 



Be«-hler Severin fAltstaetter S^- Bechler") yes e s 4th n Wyandot av 
Bee George, mason, res n w cor 3rd and Walker 
Beery Anthony fl H, d- A Beery,"] res n w cor 8th and Walker 
Beery Brooks, [Brooks Beery & Co,] res w s 8th n Walker 
Beery Brooks & Co, grocers, w s Sandusky av s Wyandot av 
Beery George W, Pres't Wyandot Co Bank, res w s 8th n Wyan- 
dot av 
Beery George W, Jr, Ass't Cashier Wyandot Co Bank, bds w s 8th 

n Wyandot av 
Beery Isaac H d H & A Beery,) res n w cor 7th and Johnston 
Beery I H & A (Isaac H Beery, Anthony Beery,) dry goods, 

Beery's Block 
Beery I Foster, res n w cor 7th and Johnston 
Beery S Fowler, (T H S: A Beery,) res n w cor 7th and Johnston 
Beery Thomas E, dry 2:oods, s w cor Sandusky and Wyan 

dot aTS, res w s 8th n Wyandot av 
Beher Henry, lab, res n w cor 4th and Crawford 
Beidler Frank, (Seider & Beidler,) res s e cor 7th and Walker. 
BEIDLER P B, attorney at law and mayor, n s Wyandot av w 7th, 
res w s 7th s Walker 

F & C F KiiinaiTian have the best Sky-Light for tak- 
ing- Photographs in Northwestern Ohio 



Beinbrisch Adam, blacksmith, res e s 3rd s Findlay 

Beinbrisch John, lab, res e s 3rd s Findlay 

Beistle Christian, res ws 7th n Hicks 

Beistle D H (Beistle ik Eaton,) res e s 4th s Walker 

BEISTLE (fe EATON (D H R Beistle, J R Eaton) boots and 

shoes, McConnell's block 
Beistle Jacob, mail carrier, res e s 8th n Findlay 
Bender Charles, lab, res w s 3rd s Bigelow 



Gold Fillings Successfully put in by Dr. Stockton. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. ' 85 



./. a. ROBERTS, Cashier. S. ]VATSO.\, PrraideiU. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

XJPPEF. SAN BUSKY, 0. 

DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. 

DIRECTOKS : 

T. V. Reber, Henry Maddux D. Straw, S. Watson, 

John D. Sears, .1. G. Roberts. 



T. E. GRISELL, 

ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

AND MANUFACTURER OF 

lliei MB BlilllJl flLi, 

Office northwest cor. Wijandot av. and Sthi<t., 

UPPER SANDUSKY, 0- 



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Upper Sandusky Book Store. 

GEORGE A. SAVIDGE, Prop'r. 

A FULL LINE OF 

BOOKS, STATIONERY 

AND PERIODICALS, ALSO A CHOICE LINE OF TOBACCOS 
AND CIGARS. 

leOeiigli's Heel, - WfM SMBf SIT, 0. 



DR. STOCKTON has been in Upper Sandusky over five Years. 

Z6 ' WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Bennett J A, agent C and T Railroad, office n s Hicks w Hazel, 
res s e cor Hazel and Hicks 

Bentges Huber, lab, res n e cor 8th and Bigelow 

Bentz Stephen A, farmer, res w s Sandusky ave n Church • 

BERRY CURTISS Jr, attorney at law, Opera House Block, res 
n e cor 4th and Wyandot ave 

Berry Miss Ella, bds Franklin House 

BERRY JOHN, attorney at law, s w cor Sandusky and Wyandot 
aves, res w s Sandusky ave s Johnston 

Berry Theodore, clerk, Pierson House, res same 

Berry William P, proprietor Franklin House, n w cor Sandusky 
av and Hicks 

Bessinger Peter, farmer, res n s Church opp Hazel 

Best George, clerk, G H Roppold, bds same 

BILLHARDT A, Drugs and Medicines, w s Sandusky av n John- 
ston, res w s Eighth n Findlay 

Blackburn Thomas, teamster, res w s 4th n Crawford 

Blattner Mrs A, res w s 5th n Bigelow 

Blon Jacob, wood turner, res e s 2nd n Findlay 

Boehler William F, printer. Union office, bds e s 8th s Crawford 

Bogart George W, res e s Sandusky ave n Bigelow 

Bolish Christian, lab, res n s Guthrie w 8th 

Bope Abraham, carpenter, res w s 8th n Kirby 

Boston James, lab, res e s 8th n Crawford 

Houghton John S, carpenter, res n w cor 4th and Bigelow 

Boughton Walter E, painter, res s w cor Sandusky av and Findlay 

Bowen Gideon, farmer, res w s 7th n Findlay 

Bowen Harman, clerk, res s s Findlay e 7th 

Bowen Howard, farmer, res ss Findlay e 7th 

Bowen Jerome, farmer, res s s Findlay e 7th 

Bowen Joseph, teacher, res s s Findlay e 7th 

Bowers H W, (Hare & Bowers,) bds s s Wyandot ave w 5th 

Bowman Geo G, (Bowman & Pool,) res w s 7th s Johnston 

Bowman L, furniture and undertaking, n s Wyandot av e San- 
dusky av, res s w cor 3rd and Wyandot av 

Bowman & Pool (Geo G Bowman, W F Pool,) attorneys at law, 
Centennial Block 

Bowsher Amos, matress manuf, res n e cor 7th and Walker 

Bowsher Anthony, bds e s Sandusky av s Findlay 

Bowsher Clinton, prop Melmore hack Jine, office e s Sandusky av 
s Findlay, res same 

Bowsher Robert, teamster, res w s 3rd n Walker 

BOWSHER W E, Grocer, w s Sandusky av n Walker, res same 

Boyd Charles, lab, res w s C & T R R s P, Ft W & C R R 



DR STOCKTON Warrants all his Work first class. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 87 



HUHT'S ELEVATOR. 

DEALERS IN 



UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO. 



JOHN D. SEARS, 

ftUORNEY Hi COUNSELOfi ftT Li 

Office Over First National Bank, 



FRANK VOGEL, 

MERCHAWT TAILOR, 

Sandusky Ave. 0pp. Opera House, 

UPPER SANDUSKY, O. 

A Full Stock of Clothing, Hats, Caps, Gents' Fw'nishing Goods, elc, at 

Prices to suit the times. Clothing Cut and Made to Order hy 

Competent Tailors and Good Fits Guaranteed. 

WARM ^'BALS AT ALL MO VMS. 

f ifil Olass Osamef eial Eeass foi? f m?eling lia, 

Wyandot Ave., 0pp. Court House, 

UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO. 

Bt^TRESH F18H AND Oysters in Their Season. .^.^ 



If you want a set of Teeth call on STOCKTON. 



88 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Boyle Thomas, lab, res e s 8th s South 

Braischler Rev Charles, pastor St Peter's Catholic Church, res s 

e cor 8th and Findlay 
Braun Matthias, mason, res n e cor 8th and Findlay 



BEAUNSE, Dealer ill Jeweliy,Clocks, Watches, 
Silrer-plated Ware aiui Musical Instru- 
ments Special attention given to JRepair- 
in^- and all worlt warranted, e s Sandusky 
av 11 Wyandot ay, res e s 5tli n Walker. 

Brauns E A, jeweler, bds e s 5th n Walker 

Bretz D S, (Bretz & Kreis,)res Little Sandusky 

Bretz & Kreis, (D S Bretz, Eli Kreis, ) meatraarket, w s Sandusky 
av s Johnston 

Bringman Charles, blacksmith, res w s 5th n Johnston 

Brink erhoff A W, ( Brink erhoff & Son,) res n s Wyandot av e 5th 

BRINKERHOFF A W & SON, (A W Brinkerhoff, M H Brin k er- 
hoff, ) queensware, sewing machines and organs, n s Wyandot 
av e Sandusky av 

Brinkerhoff Milford H, ( Brinkerhoff & Son,) res n s Wyandot av 
e 5th 

Bristol Frank, car])enter, res s s Wyandot av w 4th 

BRISTOL WILLIAM, boots and shoes, e s Sandusky av s Walker, 
res e s 8th n Kirby 

Brown , farmer, res e s Warpool s Wyandot av 

Brown Jacob, marble cutter, res west of tov/n, Kirby road 

Browning G R, teacher, res w s 7th s Crawford 

Bruce John, lab, res n s Church w 8th 

Brunner L A, res s s Wyandot av e'yth 

Burckhard Jacob, clerk, bds w s 8th n Guthrie 

Burckhard Jacob, farmer, res e s 8th n Bigelow 

Burckhard John, lab, res w s 8th n Guthrie 



Cheap LiOts for Sale by R N McConnell, Upper San- 
dusky, O 

Burckhard John, harness maker, res w s 7th n Bigelow 
Burckhard Michael, fireman, res es 8th n Bigelow 
Burckhard Michael, carpenter, res n e cor 2nd and Findlay 
Burhans James H, carpenter, H Waters 
Butler W M, principal High School, bds Pierson House 
BYRON D W, physician, n w cor 4th and Wyandot av, res same 
Byron W K, medical student, res n w cor 4th and Wyandot av 



Teeth Extracted without pain by Dr. Stocicton. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 89 



BEISTLE & EATON, 

MANUFACTUREIte AND DEALERS IN 

BQOIS^SHOESMIIEIIBBEE&OOIIS 

Rooms ill McConnell's Block, South of Court House, 



IS- 2v£c:E^ell37-, 

ATTOHNEY AT LAW, 

UPPEK SdJf DUSKY, 0. 

Office — McKelly's Building, 0pp. Court House. 



Sash, Doors and Blinds. 

STOLL&CO., 



Dealers . in 



mil III iiiii iiiiii 

Also Manufacturers of 

Window Sash, Doors, Window Blinds, Moulding, 

&c., vvhleh they offer to tlie public at prices as low as 
can be bought elsewhere. 

Office and Yard < ok. 7th and Crawford, 

UPPER SANDUSKY, O. 



Remember;Or. Stockton's Office is over Wyandot County Bank. 



90 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



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Cain John, lab, bds s s Hicks \v Hazel 

Campbell J F, (Campbell Si. Persing, ) res e s 5th s Crawford 

CAMPBELL c^^ PERSING, (J F Campbell, C E Persing,) meat 

market, McConnell's Block 
Campbell Sylvester J, res e s 5th n Hicks 
Cawthon George, teamster, res w s Sandusky av s Bigelow 
Cawthon Mrs Laura, res n s Bigelow w 7th 
Central Bank, John S Rappee, Prest; W H Frederick, Cash; 

J S Have, Vice Prest, w s Sandusky av n Wyandot ay 
Chamberlain C H, (Roppold cij Chamberlain, j res w s Sandusky 

av n Findlay 
Christen Edward, pop '""I'f g, res e s 5th s Johnston 
C'lapsadle Miss Mary, dress maker, n s Wyandot av e Sandusky 

av, res same 
Clark J L, saloon, w s Sandusky av s W3'andot av, res s w cor 

8th and Johnston 
Clark Lloyd, teamster, res n w cor Front and Bigelow 

G-o aud g-et some of those superb pictures, at Kin- 
uamau's 



CLINGERJOHN. restaurant, junction C and T and P, F W and 

C Ry, rts same 
Cloud Hiram, plasterer, res e s Hazel n Guthrie 
Cloud J E, plasterer, res ^v s 5th s Crawford 
Clough Jacob, carpenter, res Mct/Onnell's block 
Collins John, lab, bds s s Hicks w Hazel 
(Collins Mary, seamstress, Pierson House 
Oolmery Rev Robert, pastor Presbyterian church, res w s 7th n 

Kirby 
(^ongrove George, lab, bds w s 7th s Crawford 
Conley Ransom F, res w s 7th s Church 

Subscribe for the Carey Times. Only $1 50 per year in 
Advance. 



Connell John, fireman P, F W and C Ry, bds s s Wyandot av 

w 8th 
Conners John, lab, bds s s Hicks w Hazel 
Coon W S, engineer, res e s 4th n Findlay 
Cooper Samuel, lab, res e s 8th n Bigelow 
Corbin Mrs Mary J, res n e cor 4th and Crawford 
Covell Mrs Lydia, res e s 5th s. Bigelow 



DR. STOCKTON makes no failure putting in GoldTiUings. 

WYANDOT COUN'I Y DIRECTORY. 91 

MILUNERYIlNDFftNCMDS. 

NEW GOODS! NEW STYLES ! 



Kespectfully aRiiouiice to their many friends und customers that they 
are prepared to till any demand in theii- line. Their store has been re- 
cently refurnished, and with the SPRING OPENING they ARP: 
PREPARED TO PLEASE ALL, having added largely to their stock. 

D. E. HALE. ESTABLISHED IN 1848. g. w. freet. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Carriages, Buggies.Wagons, 

M&mrses, Trmck^WrngQits Sieds, Shigks, 

LIGHT AND IIEAVY^ WORK OF EVERY" DESCRIPTl^^N. 

Cor. Fifth and Johnston Sts., Upper Sandusky, Ohio. 



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FASHIONABLE BARBER 

AND HAIR DRESSER, 

FIRST-CLASS SHOP AND THREE FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN. 
Sandusky Av., 3 doors south of Pierson House, Upper Sandusky. 



UPPER SANDUSKY. O, 

Mrs. N. L. A.TKI]>^SO]>^, Frop'r. 

First-class in all its appointments. Convmercial 

men will And it to their advantage 

to stop with us. 



Dp. Stockton is the only fipst-class Operator in Upper Sandusky. 

92 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



("over H M, tailor, res w s Sandusky av s Crawford 

Cover Mrs Louisa J, res w s Sandusky av s Crawford 

Craig Mrs Catharine, res e s 8th n South 

Craig Joseph M, conductor P, F W and C R R, res w s 8th n 

South 
Cramer Charles W, tinner, res n e cor 8th and Wyandot av 
CRAMER DAVID, stoves and tinware, n s Wyandot av e San- 
dusky av, res n s Wyandot av w 8th 
Cramer Frank M, machinist, res w s 8th s Wyandot av 
Cramer Frederick, clerk, res e s Sandusky av s Hicks 
Criswell Miss Ellen, tailoress, bds w s 5th n Findlay 
Criswell George, carpenter, res e s 3rd n Bigelow 
Criswell Ceorge H, carpenter, res w s 5th n Findlay 
Cronice Henry L, painter, res vv s Sandusky av n Bigelow 
Crumrine Mo 'lie, cook Pierson House 
Cuneo Andrea, res w s 5th n Wyandot av 

Cuneo P, editor and publisher Republican, s s Wyandot av w 
Sandusky av, res w s 5th n Wyandot av 

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Daiber George, carpenter, bds Railroad Hotel 
Dannenhauer Fred, butcher, res e s 5th n Bigelow 
Davis R C, marble cutter, bds w s Sandusky av n Wyandot av 
Davis William, farmer, res e s 7th n Walker 
Deal T H, (Drum & Deal,) res w s Sandusky av s Findlay 
DeBolt George A, lab, res w s 5th n Bigelow 

Demarest D P (Demarest d^ Howell, ' res e s Sandusky av s John- 
ston 
Deraarest & Howell, [D P Demarest, W P Howell,] dentists, 
Beery's Block 

Dever David H, res s w cor 5th and. Bigelow 

Dieppey Hattie, chambermaid Pierson House 

Diepoey John, mason, res n w cor 3rd and Bigelow 

Dilger Mrs Katherine, res e s 5th s Bigelow 

Dobbigin Patrick, blacksmith Hale tfc Freet, bds Railroad Hotel 

Druckenmiller Richard W, shoemaker, res e s 5th s Findlay 



DRUM & DEAL, (J C Drum, J H Deal,) Gro- 
ceries and Provisions, MaxwelFs Block, 
Wyandot av 

Drum J C, (Drum <S: Deal,) res w s Sandusky av s Findlay 



Dr. Stockton diftes competition quality of work considered. 

WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 93 

THE BOSS CLOTHIER. 

PIERSON HOUSE BLOCK, 

UPPER S A?f BUSKY, 0. 
/ have the pleasure of calling, your at" 
tentioii to maj large^ fine stock of Clothing, 
Hats^ Caps and Gents^ Goods. It has bee?i 
my utmost desire to please^ and a call from 
you will convince you that I sell just as 
cheap as anyone. I have none hut the best 
goods to offer. I sell for cash only, and 
study to please- 

Yours truly, 

BOSS CLOTHIER. 



JOHN BERRY, 

AnOiEY m GQUNSEIOR ill Li 

Office Sandusky Ave. 0pp. Court House, 



CAMPBELL & PERSING, 

Dealers in 

FRESH AND SALT MEATS, 

Five Doors Soiith of Pierson House, 

UPPER SANDUSKY, O, 

Give us a call if yoH want to bu)^ High*'st cash price paid for 
fat cattle, sheep or hogs. 



Dp. Stockton has taken every opportunity to excel as an operator. 



94 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Duddleson G W, butcher, res s w cor 4th and Bigelow 
Dumm Robert D, County Clerk, res w s Sandusky av s R R 
Dumm William, printer Union Office, res e s 8th s Crawford 
Damm W G, printer Republican Office, bds w s Sandusky av s 

Hicks 
Dunerhover Louise, waiter Pierson House 
Durbin Sisters, (Anna Durbin, Rosa Durbin,) dressmakers, s s 

Wyandot av w Sandusky av, res same 
Durk George, boot and shoemaker, res s s Bigelow e 3rd 
Durk Henry, boot and shoemaker, res s s Bigelow e 3rd 
Durk John, boot and shoemaker, res s s Bigelow e 3rd 
Durman Julius, res e s Front s Bigelow 



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Eaton J R, (Beistle & Eaton,) res e s Hazel s Wyandot av 

Ebersole Mrs H, res w s 5th n Johnston 

Edgington Mrs Salome, res n s Bigelow w 8th 

Edwards H C, engineer, res n e cor 8th and Walker 

Eggleston Mrs Maria, carpet weaver, w s 5th s Crawford, res samt 

Eggleston Miss Sarah, (Miller & Eggleston,) res w s Sandusky av 

s Johnston 
Eich Matthias, wagonmaker, res w s 5th s Bigelow 
Eisinger Mrs Katherine, res e s 5th s Bigelow 
Eley Charles S, barber and hairdresser, w s Sandusky av n Join. 

ston, res s w cor Wyandot av and 5th 
Engel J K, res w s 4th n Findlay 
ENGEL CHRISTIAN, grocery and saloon, s e cor Walker and 

Sandusky av, res e s 2nd s Findlay 
Epke William, (F Jonas & Co,) bds n s Wyandot av e Sandusky av 



Call on R N McConnell, Upper Sandusky, O.. and 
get one of his Town Lots 



Esterle Andreas, lab, res w s 4th s Bigelow 

Esterle Charles, butrher, bds w s Sandusky av s Walker 

Etchen John P, livery, alley west Sandusky av n Johnston, res s 

e cor 4th and Findlay 
Everett G T, livery and feed stable, e s Sandusky av n Railroad, 

res s s Johnston e Sandusky av 
Everhart Alfred H, plasterer, res s w cor 8th and Guthrie 
Everhart James M, mason, res e s 8th s Church 
Eversole Daniel, lab, res e s 5th s Bigelow 



There is nothing more attractive than a good set of Teeth, 
WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



95 



SIDEIH & BEIDLEH 



One of the TiAKGEsx 




MANUFACTURING FIRIVIS IN THE CITY. 

:FI:E^ST-cxJ^ss "W"o:E^Ic oisrxjizri 

Walker St. Between 5th and Wyandot Ave., 

UPPER SANDUSKY, O. 
KOR THE BEST 
TIN, COPPEB AND SHEET IRON WABE, 

STOVESAND HOLLOW WARE 

C3-0 TO 

Opposite VanMarter House, Main Street, 

UPPER SA.FPIJSKY, 0. 

CI^XjTXIEJS I 



If your Teeth are good, keep Ihem so by having them filled. 



96 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



F 



Faber Charles Geo, bds s w cor 7th and Johnston 

Farner Daniel, farmer, res w s 7th s Kirby 

Fauther Peter, carpenter, res n w cor Front and Findlay 

Feeley Sarah J, dressmaker, res e s Sandusky av n Johnston 

Feely Thomas, lab, res n s Guthrie w 8th 

Feely Timothy, lab, res e s 7t«h n Bigelow 

Feirer Cornelius, res n e cor 4th and Bigelow 

Fernwalt Mrs Mary, res e s 4th n Hicks 

Fernwalt William clerk Pierson House 

Fenner E, res e s 5th n Hicks 

Fenner Rev Simon, pastor English Lutheran church, res w s 7th 

n Kirby 
Fields Wilson, lab, res s e cor 4th and Walker 
Fink John, res e s 7th s Findlay 
First National Bank, S Watson, Prest; James G Roberts, 

Cash; w s Sandusky av s Wyandot av 
Fischer Albert, brewer, bds e s 4th n Wyandot av 
Fishel Mrs Mary J, boarding, s w cor 4th and Walker 
Fisk Hiram, brick moulder, res w s 7th s Church 
Fitzgibbon Frrncis J, saloon, s e cor Hicks and 8th, res same 
Fitzpatrick Minnie, chambermaid Hudson House, bds same 
Flack Mrs Elizabeth, res e s 5th s Walker 

First-class Pictures at Kiunaniaii's 

Flack George D, painter, res e s 5th s Walker 

Flack Matthias, lab, res n s Bigelow w 8th 

FLECK HENRY, clothier, n e cor Wyandot and Sandusky avs, 

res w s 7th n Wyandot av 
Fleck Joseph, clerk, bds w s 7th n Wyandot av 
Fleming Benry, barber and hairdresser, s s Wyandot av 

w Sandusky av, res s s Wyandot av w Eighth 
Foght Aaron, foreman StoU & Co, res w s Sandusky av n Bigelow 
Foucht Isaac, clerk Foucht & King, bds s w cor 5th and Crawford 
Foucht Jacob, (Foucht & King,) res w s Sandusky av s Crawford 
FOUCHT & KING, (Jacob Foucht, William C King,) dry goods, 

w s Sandusky av s Wyandot av 
Fox Peter, lab, res n s Bigelow w 8th 
Fowler Mrs Leefe, res s s Wyandot av w 7th 
Fowler S M, res w s 7th n Walker 
Frank Peter, carpenter, bds Railroad Hotel 
Frank William, carpenter, bds Railroad Hotel 



Save time, money and trouble by having work dene by Stockton. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



97 



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©I 



ARCHITECT I BUILDER, 

UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO. 

Mr. Kokenge is the designer of tlie new Catliolic Church, Uppei- 
Sandusi^y, of the one in New Kigle, and of the one in Detiaiice, Ohio; 
also of the one in Decatur, Adams County, Indiana. The new Opera 
House at Upper Sandusky was designed by him. 

Partids wishing designs for dwellingg, churches or public build- 
ings, should call on, or 

Address Mr. Kokenge* Upper Sandmsky, Ohio. 

MRSTa^. POOL, 

A-xecHijii's block:, 
lyPPEB. SAI^D'O-SiS'Z', OHIO. 



DEALER IN 




Bleaching and Repairing STRA W Done on Short Notice. Dress Making 

Done in the Latest Sti/les. 

Affent for the sale of JE. Butterick «fc Co.'s Patterns of Garments. 



T. ZS_ T^-^SS3^EI^, 



DEALER IN 



FLOUR.GRAIN AND FEED. 

Adjoinifig McConneirs Block, 

UPPER SANDUSKY, O. 



Dr. Stockton has all the late improvements in his office. 



98 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Franklin House, W P Berry, propr, n w cor Sandusky av and 

Hicks 
Frazier D, grocer, w s Sandusky av n Johnston, res Tiffin road 
Frazier Noah, clerk, bds e s 7th n Findlay 
Frazier William J, cabinet maker, res w s Hazel s Wyandot av 
Frederick W H, Cash Central Bank, res n w cor Sandusky av and 

Wyandot av 
Frederick Mrs J, res north end Front 
Freet G W, (Hale & Freet,) res e s 5th n Johnston 
Fritchie Frederick, shoemaker, bds Schaefer's restaurant 
Furguson Barney, ])oultry buyer, res ws 5th s Crawford 



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Gaa John, res s w cor 7th and Bigelow 

Gaa Joseph, mason, res s w cor 8th and Bigelow 

Galbreath E A, Supt Public Schools, bds Pierson House 

Gantner John, lab, res s w cor Front and Findlay 

Garwood Eli, engineer P, F W and C Ry, res n e cor 8th and 

South 
Garwood George, elk, bds e s 8th n South 
Gibson Joel W, Probate Judge, office Court House, res w s 4th n 

Wyandot av 
GibsoQ M V, saloon, n s Wyandot av e Sandusky av, res same 
Gillen Melvin, lab, bds w s 5th s Crawford 
Gilliland Melvin, hostler, bds back of old Catholic Church 
Gillin James, lab, res e s 8th n Kirby 
Gillingham Sam, pub Wyandot County Directory, res e s 8th s 

Crawford 
Gilmore Hiram, elk J Clinger, bds same 
Gipson William A, grain and ice dealer, east end Findlay, res w s 

5th s Johnston 

A Live Paper — the Carey Times. $1 50 a year in Advance 



Gloeser Joseph, tanner, w s 4th s Wyandot av, res s s Wyandot 

av w 4th 
Goetz George V, elk N F Goetz, bds n w cor Sandusky av and 

Walker 
Goetz N F, grocer and baker, n w cor Sandusky av and Walker, 

res same 
Gordon E A, Cashier Wyandot County Bank, res w s 7th s 

Findlay 
Gottfried Jacob, lab, res w s 5th n Bigelov/ 
Gottfried Jacob, brick yard, res n w cor Sandusky avand Findlay 



If you want to live long and have good health keep natural Teeth. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 99 

FRANK TRIPP'S 

—AND— 



"Wf A.&0 



FAC 





CORNER 7tli AND FINDLAY STREETS, 

Opposite the U. B. Church, 

UPPER SANDUSKY, O. 

CARRIAGES I WAGONS 

MADE TO ORDER AND WARRANTED FOR ONE YEAR. 

OLD BUGGIES REPAIRED AND PAINTED TO 
LOOK AS GOOD AS NEW. 

1 also make a Specialty of the justly Celebrated 

I'his wonderful vehicle, by a simple, yet ingenious and most substantial arrangemen 
can be changed in twentj' seconds into a comfortable two seated covered carriage, or a 
neat single seated top buggy, or a two-seated pleasure wagon without top, or again 
into a fine appearing, open or trotting buggy, etc. 

The construction of the " Eureka " is so perfect that it can be shown in EIGHT DIF- 
FERENT FORMS, and yet so simple that a child or lady can in a few seconds effect 
all the changes. When one or two persons wish to go abroad, the " PIureKa " is in- 
stantly changed into a neat, single seated buggy. 

Tks Adiuatabh Femtures ©/' tlw "Mureka*' are Wavr&iiied 
for Five Years. 

Remember the place, corner 8th and Findlay streets. Upper Sandusky, O. 

PRANK TRIPP, Sr. 



Have youp children's Teeth cared for. Call on Dp. Stockton, 



WYANDOT COUxNTY DIRECTORY. 



Gottfried J A, (Gottfried &: Bro,) res n w cor Findlay and San- 
dusky av 
Gottfried J A & Bro, hardware, w s Sandusky av s Wyandot av 
Gottfried Otto, brick yard, res e s Sandusky av n Findlay 
Gottfried Philip, (Gottfried & Bro,) res ss Crawford e Sandusky av 
Graham J Clinton, painter, res w s Sandusky av s Crawford 
Gravell Mrs M A, res s s W^yandot av w 8th 
Greek Jacob, county surveyor, office Court House, res w s 4th s 

Hicks 
Greene J L, sewing machines, res e s 8th s Crawford 
Griffin Henry, lab, res s s Hazel n Henderson 
Griffin Michael, lab. res s s Crawford e 8th 
Grisell Alexander H, farmer, res w s 5th s Bigelow 
GRISELLT E,att'y at law, n w cor 8th and Wyandot av, res same 
Groff Zebulon, lab, res n w cor 4th and Hicks 
Grose Louis, hostler, res w s 4th s Crawford 
GROSE J T, stoves and tinware, w s Sandusky av s Walker, res w 

s 4th n Wyandot av 
Grundtisch Adam, wagon maker, res w s 2nd n Walker 
Grundtisch Eva, tailoress, res w s 2nd n Walker 
Grundtisch Henry, wagon maker, res s e cor 5th and Findlay 
Grundtisch Jacob, tailor, e s Sandusky av s Walker, res s w cor 

Walker and 2nd 
Grundtibch Nicholas, titiner, res w s 2nd s Walker 
Grundtisch Peter, farmer, res w s 2nd s Walker 
Gump G W, engineer, res n w cor 8th and Henderson 
Gump James P, elk J w Henderson, bds s w cor Crawford and 7th 
Gump Jonathan, machine repairer, ss Crawford e 8th, res same 



H 



Haag John, meat market, w s Sandusky av s Walker, res same 

Hablizel Jacob D, lab, res e s 7th n Bigelow 

Hackerdorn Alice, servant Pierson House 

Hagerman Mary A, waitress Hudson House, bds same 

Haines Samuel, brick maker, res e s Sandusky av s Church 

Halbedel Frank H, carriage trimmer, res e s 5th n Bigelow 

Halbedel Nicholas, lab, res s e cor 5th and Bigelow 

Hale D E, (Hale cC' Freet, ) res w s Sandusky av s Crawford 

Hale&Freet, (D E Hale, G W Freet,) wagon and carriage 

manufactory, Johnston e Sandusky ay 
Hale G W, (Hale &: Kirby,) res s w cor Wyandot av and 8th 
Hale Henry B, res n e cor 5th and Bigelow 



Value received always given by DR. STOCKTON. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



lOI 




isf iitiSiiB II mm. 




HOLLANSHED & KLINGLER, 

Florists anil^^ltiirserjiEen, 

E^ST GIF iMiissioisr cs:■m^CH:, 

UPPER SANDNSKY, O, 

This firm ^are more extensively than ever engfaged in their line of business. They 
make a specialty of furnishing- 

SUCH AS CABBAGE, TOMATOE, SWEET POTATOE, 
AND OTHER VARIETIES. 

MMm Ifim a Blilii§e fmmgilj Miiiai f @, 

Tke Finest: NURSERY STOCK in the NortMmst, 

FLOWERING PLAINTS AND SHRUBS IN ENDLESS 

VARIETY. 

All Varieties op Evergreens Suitable for This Climate. 

USTIC ^ORK. 

The Firm call special attention to their fine stock of Rustic Work, which they keep con- 
stantly on hand, and manufacture to order. Call at Drum & Deal's 
Grocery, or at the Gardens, and examine their beautiful specimens. 
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. 

SEE THE FOLLOWING SCALE OF REDUCED PRICES: 

Cherry Trees, first-class, per lOO (50cts each) 30 co 

Pear Trees, first-class, per 100, (50cts each) 40 00 

Grape Plants, 2 years growth, per 100, ( locts each) 7 50 

Currants, White Grape, or Red Cherry, per dozen 50 

Apple Trees, first-class, per 100, ( I5cts each) 12 00 




Anything worth doing is worth doing well, STOCKTON'S Motto. 

I02 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



HALE & KIRBY, (G W Hale, J M Kirby,) hardware, w s San- 
dusky av s Wyandot av 

Hall George W, elk, res n e cor 5th and Wyandot av 

Hall Philip, res w s Garrett s Hicks 

Haller John, bus driver Hudson House, bds same 

Hammer Peter, res n e cor 5th and Crawford 

Hanna James, res e s 8th s Crawford • 

Harbison James, teamster, res e s 4th n Crawford 

Hare & Bowers, (C B Hare, H W Bowers,) grocers, Wyandot av 
e Sandusky av 

Hare Curtiss B, (Hare & Bowers,) res n s Wyandot av e Hazel 

Hare C D, res n s Wyandot av e Hazel 

Hare Miss C S, millinery, e s Sandusky av n Wyandot av, res same 

HARE D D, attorney at law, Beery's Blk, res ns Wyandot av w8tn 

Hare Jonathan S, county treasurer, office Court House, resesFront 
n Bigelow 

Hare R Montgomery, res n s Wyandot av e Hazel 

Harkcome George, carpenter, res e s 7th s Church 

Harman Henry, res w s 7th s Johnston 

HARPER GEORGE, grocer, n s Wyandot av e Sandusky av, res 
n e cor 8th and South 

Harris Lovell B, banker, bds s w cor 5th and Johnston 

Hasslinger Phillip, tailor, w s Sandusky av s Johnston, res e s 8th 
s South 

K N McCoiinell sells Lots to poor men ou good time 



Hauck Adam, res e s 5th n Find lay 

Hayward Edward, cooper, res e s Sandusky av n Bigelow 

Healey Joseph, lab, bds w s 7th s Crawford 

Healey Mrs Margaret, res s e cor 7th and Hicks 

Healey Michael, lab, res s s Guthrie w 8th 

Helle Rev W F, pastor St Paul's Lutheran Church, res e s Sandus- 
ky av n Findlay 

Henderson D B, teamster, res e s 3rd n Findlay 

Henderson E A, (Henry & Henderson,) res e s Sandusky av s 
Crawford 

Henderson G H, dry goods, n w cor Sandusky av and Johnston, 
res w s 7th n South 

Henderson Harry, elk First National Bank, bds n w cor Crawford 
and Sanduskv av 

HENRY & HENDERSON, (M H Henry, E A Henderson,) stoves 
and tinware, Archie's Block 

HENDERSON J W ,t}rocer, next deor sonth of Union Office, reildes 
with Dr R A Henderson. 



Dp. Stockton is the only fipst-class Operator in Upper Sandusky. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 103 



CARRY. THE NEWS! 

¥eeMy Times. 

A FIKST-CLASS LOCAL JOUKNAL. 

Devoted lo General News and the advancement of the material in- 
terests of Wyandot County. Subscribe for it. 

Terms: Si 50 iPer Year in .A^dvance. 

■A SPLENDID ADVERTISING MEDIUM FOR BUSINESS MEN. 

piim m GeNtMENTU job work 

Neatly and promptly executed at jirices to suit the times. Send along 
.vour favors, and be convinced that we mean business. 

We intend to make a specialty of Cards of all kinds, at exceedingly 
low prices. Our price list will be announced hereafter. 

Letter and JVote Heads, , 

Bill Heads, Statevxents, 

Wedding Invitations, 

Funeral Jfotices, 

Tablets, etc., etc., 
zFTJi^isrisiiEX) 03sr SI3:oI^T istoticjb. 

Call and see us, or send your orders to The Times, Carey , 0. 

Respectfully, 

SAM GILLINGHAM, Prop'r. 



DR. STOCKTON makes no failure putting in Gold Fillings. 

104 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Henderson R A, physician, n w cor Sandusky av and Crawford, 

res same 
Henderson Wm, res w s 7th n South 
Henry Johnson, lab, res n s Bigelow e 4th 

Henry M H, (Henry & Henderson,) rer s w cor 5th and Wyan- 
dot av 
Henry Theodore, lab, bds cor Sandusky av and South 
Hensel Nicholas, lab, res e s 8th n Bigelow 
Hermann Eugene, carpenter, bds s s Wyandot av w 8th 
Hermann Gottlieb, tailor. Centennial Block, res e s 8th s Church 
Hermann Henry, saloon, w s Sanusky av s Wyandot av, res n w 

cor Sandusky av and Bigelow 
Hermann John, mason, res w s 4th n Findlay 
Hermann John, carpenter, bds s w cor 4th and Walker 
Hess Alfred B, marble cutter, res s w cor 5th and Bigelow 
HEYM RUDOLPH, physician, w s Sandusky av s Walker, res 

same 
Hill Mrs Mary E, res w s 7th s Crawford 
Hillis James F, lab, res es 8th s Walker 

Hinkelman Charles, saloon, e s Sandusky av n Wyandot av, res 
same 

Get your Portrait Painted at Kiiiiiaman's 



Hitchcock B, boot and shoemaker w s Sandusky av s Walker, res 

w s 5th s Johnston 
Hitchcock John, wagon maker Hale cv P'reet, bds w s 5th s John- 
ston 
Hitchcock Mrs Mary, res ws 5th s Johnston 
Hitchcock William B, res w s 5th s Johnston 
Hockmire Adolph, lab, res e s 7th s Church 

Hoffman Jacob, sewing machine agent, res e s 4th n Wyandot av 
Hoftman J Frederick, painter, res w s 5th n Walker 
Hoke George, carriage maker, res w s Sandusk)' av s Findlay 
Holdridge C H, agent P, F W and C Ry, office s w cor 7th and 

Hicks, res n e cor 8th and (>awford 
Holdridge Emmet, packer Lank Smith, res w s Sandusky av n 

Bigelow 
Holdridge Mrs H H, res w s Sandusky av n Bigelow 
Holdridge W G, grocer, res e s 8th s Findlay 
Holland John, lab, bds junct C & T and P, F W & C Rvs 
Hollanshed & KHngler, (0 F Hollanshed, W R Klingler,) 

florists and gardners, e s Front 11 Bigelow 
Hollanshed O F, , Hollanshed & Klinglcr,) bds e s Front p 
Bigelow 



Remember Dp. Stockton's Office is over Wyandot County Bank. 

WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 105 



'Centennial Grocery." 
CHOCEHS, 

UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO. 

Come and see how we look in our new Quarters. OUR STORE ROOM IS NEW. 
OUR GOODS ARE NEW', FRESIF AND PURE. Our 

Of Sf OMiSS 1I1?1B GO 4W'4Y WSlf ISIlll, 

And are sure to call again. The reason is obvious. People are after bargains. Here 
thev get them, and with them the 

BEST C3-OOIDS insr th:e nvc^K^szET. 

HIGI-IEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR GOODS. Remember the Place, 
CENTENNIAL BLOCK, WYANDOT AVENUE. 

DRUM (St DEAL. 

UPPER SfiiySKI ilElKS. 

. B. L. BA.XJSCHER, 

(successor to BOUSCHER & ROBERTS,; 

DEALER IN 

FsroifiiaiiisisrbiiMarl]^, 




SCOTCH AND A^ ERICAN GRANilB. 

And Manufacturer of 

MONUMENTS, T03IB-S TONES, MANTLES, 

Calcined Plaster. Etc. Also, Building Stone of All Kinds. Agent for the 
CELEBRATED GALVANIZED IRON FENCP: FOR ENCLOSING GRAVES. 

Also, sole agent for Wyandot County, for the "■ Metallic Grave Co^•ER," 

something novel, handsome, unique and durable. Call and see it. 

On exhibition at my shop, Wyandot Av near Fifth street. 

B. L. BAUSCHER. 



Teeth Extracted without pain by Dr. Stockton. 



io6 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Holmes Samuel W, insurance agent, res n vv cor 7th and Walker 
Holmes Mrs Eliza W, res e s 7th s Walker 
Hopkins William, res s e cor 5th and Walker 
Houenstein Alexander, tailor, res n e cor 7th and Walker 
Hougendobler Joseph A, shoemaker, res w s 8th n Bigjelow 
Hough A M, foreman Hale & Kirby, res e s 5th n Johnston 
Hough Frank B, clk,„bds e s 5th n Johnston 
Hough Milton B, res e s 5th n Johnston 
Hough W M, tinner, res e s 5th n Johnston 
Houston Edward, elk, bds s w cor Church and Sandusky av 
Houston J M, stock dealer, res s vv cor Sandusky av and Church 
Howell W P, (Demaresi & Howell,) res Beery's Block 
Hoyt J V S, (Hoyt & Pettit,) res e s Sandusky av s Crawford 
HOYT & PETTIT, (J V S Hoyt, S S Pettit,) grocers, w s San- 
dusky av s Johnston 

A Good Advertising Medium— The Carey Times 



HUDSON HOUSE, J W & J A Lime, proprs, n e cor San- 
dusky av and Walker 

Huff Curtiss, saddler, res n e cor 4th 2nd Hicks 

Hunt Harry, engineer and elk, bds w s Sandusky av n South 

Hunt Hezekiah, res w s 5th n Bigelow 

Hunt Highland J, coal, res e s Hazel s Hicks 

Hunt Miss Maria, res e s Hazel s Hicks 

Hunt Mrs Mary A, res e s Hazel s Hicks 

Hunt S H, (Hunt & White,) res w s Sandusky av n South 

Hunt & White, (S H Hunt. S H White,) grain, seeds and 
wooL eor Sandusky ay and P, F W and C Ry 

Hunt W H, baggage master P, F W and C Ry, res w s 7th n 
Hicks • 

H utter Joseph, res n s Wyandot av e Hazel 



I 



Irvin Thomas, res e s 5th s Church 

Inman Simeon, county recorder, office Court House, res e s San- 
dusky av n Walker 
Iserman Mrs Caroline, res s s Hicks w 4th 



J 



John Anton, res w s Front n Bigelow 

Johnson Augustus, teamster, res s w cor Church and Hazel 



If you want a set of Teeth call on STOCKTON. 

WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 107 

HUDSON HOUSE, 

(Formerly Warpool House,) 

;^^ORTHWEST Cor. Main and WaIker Sts., 

UPPER SANDUSKY, O. 

FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT. SPECIAL ATTENTION 
Paid to Commercial Men. Brick Stable Attached. 



F E E ID ^ IsT ID 




N REAR OF PIERSON HOUSE, UPPER SANDUSKY. O. 

If you wantaerood turn out or horse fed at reasonable rates, call and see me. 



Planing Mill # Lumber Yard 



HENRY WATERS, 



MANUFACTZTRER OF 



And Building Material Generally. Also Dealer in 

HARD I SOFT WOOD LUMBER 

Which he will sell at prices as low as can be afforded by anyone. 

Persons in want of anything in his line, are invited 

to call and get prices. 

Office and Yard Wyandot Avenue, Opposite Post Office, 



DR. STOCKTON Warrants all his Work first class. 



io8 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Johnson George W, carriage trimmer, res w s Sandusky av n 

Findlay 
Johnson Joseph, bds s w cor 4th and Walker 
Johnson L R, res e s Sandusky r.v s Crawford 
Jonas F & Co, (F Jonas, William Epke,) cigar manufactory, n e 

cor Sandusky av and Wyandot av 
Jonas Frank, (F Jonas & Co,) res e s'5th s Johnston 
Jones Mrs Rebecca, res e s 5th s Hicks 
Junkins James H, elk, res e s 8th s Crawford 
Junkins J E, bridge builder, res e s 8th s Crawford 
Junkins John H, bridge builder, res e s 8th s Crawford 
Juvinall Charles, (Juvinall & Moore,) res w s Sandusky av n 

Church 
Juvinall & Moore, (Charles Juvinall, D C Moore,) flouring mills, 

s e cor 4th and Wyandot av 
Juvinall Jacob, stock buyer, res north end Sandusky av 



K 



KAIL ADAM, attorney at law, s w cor Sandusky av an Wyandot 
av, res s s Wyandot av w 8th 

KAIL WILLIAM, real estate and insurance agent, s w cor Wy- 
andot and Sandusky avs, res w s 7th n South 

Kaler Abram, res e s 7th n Crawford 

Karg J Jacob. ( Karg & Bro, ) res n s Wyandot av w 5th 

Karg John P, (Karg & Bro, ) res n s Wyandot av w 5th 

Karg J P & Bro, groceries, provisions and farmers' restau- 
rant n s Wyandot av w5th. Give us a call 

Katzenmeyer A, saddles and harness w s Sandusky av s Wyandot 
av, res s e cor 8th and Walker 

Katzenmeyer Michael, boots and shoes w s Sandusky av s Wyan- 
dot av, res e s Sandusky av n Crawford 

Keiffer Nicholas, lab, res s s Guthrie w 8th 

Keller Frank, groceries and saloon w s Sandusky av n Wyandot 
av, res same 

KELLER JACOB, restaurant w s Sandusky av s Walker, res 
same 

Keller Joseph, lab, res e s 8th n Bigelow 

Keller Sanford A, tinner, res s e cor 5th and Hicks 

Kelly David R, elk, res e s Hazel s Wyandot av 

Kelly G B, lab, res e s Hazel s Wyandot av 

Kelly John P, blacksmith, res e s Hazel s Wyandot av 

Kelly Mrs Mary, res w s Sandusky av s Bigelow 

Kelly Uriah W, mason, res e s Hazel s Wyandot av 

Kelly William B, lab, res e s Hazel s Wyandot av 



DR. STOCKTON has been in Upper Sandusky over five Years. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



109 




THE MOST EXTENSIVE MANUFACTURERS OF 

TILE i BRICK 

in this part of the countiy is the firm of 

: ^MARSHALL & SON, 

NORTH EIGHTH STEEET, 

UPPER SANDUSKY, O. 

Eeave your orders with ns. We can accommodate j'oii with any iinm- 
ber of Tiling, and at prices as 

MARSHALL & SON. 



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N. W. Cor. 5th and Wyandot Av.. UPPER SANDUSKY, O. 

]^^^ Fa7'niers Hestaiirnnt in Connection witJi the House. 

R. jC. y^ A^NEJt7~ 

FASHIONABLE 



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dresser. 



East side Main St., in John Engle's Block, 

UPPER SANDUSKY, O. 

C3-OOX) "w^OI^IC ^T iF^i-R, :p:E^zoES• 



Gold Fillings Successfully put in by Dr. Stockton, 



no WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Kenan Alvin, (A & G Kenan,) res n s Wyandot av w 4th 

Kenan A& G, (George Kenan, Alvin Kenan,) real estate dealers 

Wyandot av 
Kenan Frank P, res s s Wyandot av e Hazel 
Kenan George, (A & G* Kenan,) res n s Wyandot av w 8th 
KENAN G W, druggist w s Sandusky av s Wyandot av, res n e 

cor 7th and Crawford 
Kenan James, res s s Wyandot av e Hazel 
Kenan Samuel, res s s Wyandot av e Hazel 
Kenny Frank, res e s 4th s Findlay 
Kerr James, res w s 8th s Crawford 
Kerr Robert E, res w s 8th s Crawford 
Kerr Thomas C, res w s 8th s Crawford 
Kilmer Americus D, printer, res e s Sth s Crawford 
Kilmer Mrs Caroline, res e s 8th s Crawford 
Kilmer Miss Carrie H, elk, bds e s Sth s Crawford 
King Wm (\(Foucht & King,) res n w cor 5th and Crawford 
Kinnaman F <X" C F, photographers, e s Sandusky av n Johnston 
Kinnaman C F (F c^- C F Kinnaman,) res Findlay 
Kinnaman F, (F <fc C F Kinnaman,) McConnell's Bloek 
Kinney Felix, lab, res s s Wyandot av w Sth 
Kirby I M, (Hale d' Kirby,) res e s Sandusky av s Crawford 
Kirby M H, prosecuting attorney Wyandot county, office Court 

House, res n e cor 4th and Wyandot av 

K N McConnell offers Town Lots in Upper Sandusky, 
near the Kailroad Junction, to suit yourself 

Kiser Jacob G, res e s Sth n South 

Kleebecker Hermann, (Lanfersieck & Co,) bds Hutter's res- 
taurant 

Klingler W R, (HoUanshed & Klingler,) res e s Front n Bigelow 

Klipfer George, watchman, res w s 2nd n Findlay 

Koppe Anthony, lab, res e s 4th s Wyandot av 

Koppe Charles, barkeeper, bds n s Wyandot av, e Sandusky av 

Koppe Jacob, cooper, res e s Front s Church 

Koppe John, cigar maker, bds e s ist s Church 

KOKINGE BARNEY, architect s s Guthrie w Sth, res same 

Kramer G G, grocery and lunch room e s Sandnsky av n Wyan- 
dot av, res same 

Kramer John, res n e cor 5th and Crawford 

Kraus Jacob, mason, res w s 3rd s Bigelow 

Kreir Eli, (Bretz c(- Kreis,) res n e cor Findlay and Sandusky av 

Kreisel Augustine, jeweler, res s w cor 7th and Kirby 

Kretz George, lab, res e s Sth s Bigelow 



Dp. Stockton pays particular Attention to preserving Natural Teeth, 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



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ULL NEW GOODS! NO OLD STOCK! 



A2:ain makes his bow to the general public. Call and examine his im- 
meBse stock of Dr}^ Goods, at the " Old Corner," South- 
west Corner Sandusk}' and "W^yandot Avenues, 

J^@->A CORDIAL WELCOME l"0 ALL...^5§f 

ID. 03?«.ja.3ME3]R^ 

DEALER IX 

STOVES, TINWARE AND 

HouseFurnishingGoods. 

A Specialty Made of Piimps, Spouting and Rooting, 

AND ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK. 
North Side Wyandot Av. opp Court House, UPrEE SAl^DUSKY, 0. 

— THE PLACE TO BU Y^ — 




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AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. 

J. AV. SH -^ ^^KLET^ 

in the field, and WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. For proof of this 
call and see for yourselves. Wyandot Av. nearh^ opposite 

Maxwell's Store, Upper Saudusky, 0. 



ox'TC^sr 1^ i: ""cr 3® 3E%. ^sr 

M. A. WORRELO, Prop'r. 




Johnston St. Near Main, ----- UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO, 

l^-THE FINEST TUKNOUTS IN THE CITY 



J. A. STOCKTON, Dentist, Office over Wyandot County Bank. 

112 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Kriechbaum Jacob, carpenter, res n s Henderson w 8th 
Kriechbaum John, carpenter, res n s Henderson w 8th 
Kuntz John, lab, res e s Sandusky av n Bigelow 



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Lacy Michael, elk M O'Donnell, res w s Hazel s Hicks 
Laden Mrs Anna, res n w cor Sandusky av and Bigelow 
Lanfersieck August, (Lanferseick & Co,) bds Simon's restaurant 
Lanfersieck A & Co, steel plows and cultivators n s Walker e San- 
dusky av 
Lanfersieck William, lab, res n e cor 4th and Walker 
Larcomb Charles, elk, bds n w cor Bigelow and Fifth 
Larmcmb Moses AV, res s e cor Wyandot av and Hazel 
Layton John, farmer, res west end Guthrie 

League J D, telegraph opr P, F W and C Ry, bds Pierson House 
Laser Adolph, cabinet maker, res ws 3rd s Findlay 
Leser W^illiam, shoemaker, res w s 3rd s Findlay 
Lewis E B, night watchman C and T Ry, res s e cor Walker and 
Sandusky av 



Kiiinaniau is the First-class Artist of Upper San- 
dusky 

Lewis L P, farmer, res e s 7th n Findlay 

Liebenthal B, feed store, e s Sandusky av s Walker, res n s Wy- 
andot av e 5th 

Liebenthal Charles, elk, bds s s AVyandot av e 5th 

Lillis Daniel, night elk Hudson House, bds same 

Lillis Jonn, lab, res w s Garrett s Hicks 

Lillis J W, printer, bdsw s Hazel s Hicks 

Lime James A, Hudson House n e cor Sandusky av and Walker, 
res same 

Lime John W, Hudson House n e cor Sandusky av and Walker, 
res same 

Limprecht Henry, tanner, res s s Hicks w 4th 

Lindsay Mrs Katharine, res w s Hazel n Henderson 

Link Adam, tailor, res w s 7th n Bigelow 

Link Henry O, carpenter, res e s 3rd n Bigelow 

Little Alexander, farmer, res n w cor Church and Sandusky av 

Litz Jane, waiter Pierson House 

Little Eugene, elk, res e s Sandusky av s Walker 

Little A A, saddler, res e s Sandusky av s Walker 

Little A A, sadler, res n e cor 5th and Bigelow 



Dp. Stockton has ail the late improvements in his oftice. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



113 



. GEO. H. RUSSELL'S 

ART STUDIO, 

On the west side Main st., over Katzenmeyer's 
Boot and Shoe Store, 

I am now ready to accommodate the public with the finest work, and at lower prices 
than any other Gallery in the city. NOW IS YOUR TIME, Call and see me before 
purchasing- pictures elsewhere. 1 make a specialty of CRAYON WORK, also COPY- 
ING AND ENLARGING. EIGHT PICTURES FOR ONE DOLLAR. I have a 
large number of Negatives which were taken by A. E. Turnbull. Come and see for 
3-our6elves, and call for the Negative voii want. 




CEO. H. RUSSELL. 



Toli-rzL T7"o2nL Steii:L, 

PHOTOGRAPHER, 

Southeast Cor. Johnson and Sandusky Av., 

UPPER SANDUSKY, O. 

m^^Copies of all sizes and styles made daily. 

Keeps on hand medicines for Female Weakness, Fluor Albus, Pain- 
ful Menstruation, long standing Costiveness, Piles, Rheumatic Pains, 
Nenralgia, Toothache and Headache, Colds, Coughs and Asthma, 
Cancei-s, Old Sores, Fever and Ague, and for many different kinds 
of long standing diseases, and has a lot of Patent Medicines, Hair 
Oil, Perfumeries, &c.. Toys, Cigars and Tobaccos, Wines and Li- 
quors, and Bitters put up for family use. All the above medicines 
contain no minerals of any kind, and can be obtained at 

.Xj. -voisr sTEinsT's, 

Upper Sandusky, Ohio. 



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DR. STOCKTON'S charges are always reasonable. 



114 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Long James, engineer P, F W and C R}', bds s s Wyandot av 

w 8th . • 

Lowrey John R, printer Union Office, res e s 7th n Oawford 
Lowery Josiah S, miller, res e s 7th n Crawford 
Liidwig P S, painter, res n e cor 5th and Findlay 
Lundy Mrs E, dressmaker, es Sandusky av n Wyandot av, res same 



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McAfee John, brick moulder, res e s 7th n Bigelow 
McAfee W P, mason, res e s 7th s Church 
McAleer John, plasterer, bds w s Sandusky av s Crawford 
McAninc'h G A, res e s 8th s Crawford 
McCandlish Mrs C J, res s e cor 8th -and Johnston 
McCleary Miss Caroline, tailoress, bds e New Depot 
McClintock C W, telegraph opr, bds Pierson House 
McConnell James, res n w cor Hicks and 5th 

McConnell J B, coal and insurance agt, McConnell's Block, res n 
w^ cor Hicks and 5th 

McCoimell R N, M D, physician aiid> surgeon, office No 10 
McConnell's Blk, Sandusky av, resnwcoi 5th and Hicks 

McCormick Hank, painter, bds Simon's restaurant 

McCormick Thomas, pain.er, s s Walker w Sandusky av, res e s 
7th n Wyandot av 

McDonald George T, physician, Archie'sBlk, res w s8th s Walker 

McDonald Walter T, bookkeeper, res e s Sandusky av s Crawford 

McGrath John, lab, bds w s 7th s Crawford 

McKelly Alexander, printer, res w s 8th n Johnston 

McKelly Mrs E H, res s e cor 8th and Johnston 

McKelly James, res w s 8th n Johnston 

McKELLY R, attorney at law, w s Sandusky av s W^yandot av, 
res w s 8th n Johnston 

McKelly R A, res w s 8th n Johnston 

Mac key John, fireman, res e s 8th n Kirby 

McKelvey John S, printer Union Office, res s e cor 5th and Craw- 
ford 

McKelvy Robert, [McKelvey & Son,] res s e cor Crawford and 5th 

McKELA^EY R & SON, saddles and harness, s s Wyandot av w 
Sandusky av 

McKelvey Wm J, [McKelvey & Son,] bds cor Crawford and 5th 

MoGiniiis John, gardener, res n s Hicks w 8th 

Mcllvain George, plasterer, bds w s Sandusky av s Crawford 

McLain John, res n w cor 8th and Kirby 



There is nothing more attractive than a good set of Teeth. 

WYANDOT COUNTY DIRFXTORY. 115 

AYERS' DRUG STORE, 

OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, 

TTPPEE. SAITDTTSISY, OHIO. 

DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, 

OILS, WALL PAPER, SCHOOL BOOKS, NOTIOXS, TOILET 

ARTICLES, PURE AVINES AND LIQUORS 

FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES. 

Mi^PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULL Y COIVIPOUNP EP.^^g 

-^llern. S3::^::L^lle3r, 

jySTICFOFIHfPHCBinOBKHiTUW, 

Office in McKelly's Block, (Up Stairs,) 

UPPER SANDUSKY, O, 

Conveyancing Carefully anil Piomptly Attended to. 

cokrad"stsphak; 

Mannfactnrer of and Dealer in 

And all kinds of Agricultnral Implements. Special attention given to 
Repairing and Horse Shoeing. 

Flndlay st. near Main, - UPPER SANDUSKY, 0, 

THE BOSS BARBER 

Invites his friends and the public generally to give him a call. "Hank" 
Can give you satisfaction. 

Post Office Block, Wyandot Ayenue, - - UPPER SANDUSKY, 0. 



If youp Teeth are good, keep them so by having them filled. 

ii6 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

McLain Mrs Rebecca, res n w cor 8th and Kirby 

McLain West, stock buyer, res n w cor 8th and Kirby 

McMahon Mrs Mary, res e s 8th n Kirby 

Maddux Henry, attorney at law , w s Sandusky av s Wyandot av, 

res e s Sandusky av s Johnston 
Maffett Jonathan, res s s Wyandot av w 5th 
Manary James, fireman P F W & C Ry, bds Franklin House 
Mang Ambrose, butcher, res s w cor 7th and Findlay 
Mang Joseph, butcher, res s w cor 7th and Findlay 
Mang Peter, butcher, e s Sandusky av n Wyandot av, res s w cor 

Findlay and 7th 
Mankel Frederick, shoemaker, bdss w cor 5th and Findlay 

Mann , lab, res s e cor Church and 7th 

Mann Henry C, drayman, res e s 7th s Crawford 

Maple Miss Minnie, teacher, res e s 5th s Church 

Maple Thomas, lab, res s s P F W & C Ry e C & T R R 

Mark Frank, carpenter, res n s Bigelow e 2nd 

MARSHALL J W cSi SON, tile and brick yard 8th n Church, res 

same 
Martin A, [Martin & Orsinger,] res s s Wyandot av w 8th 
Martin Fetel, carpenter, res s s Wyandot av w Hazel 
Martin Fred, carpenter, res s s Wyandot av e Warpool 
Martin Johq, lab, res s s Hicks w Hazel 
Martin & Orsinger, [A Martin, Fred Orsinger,] restaurant, e s 

Sandusky av n Wyandot av 

Elegant Visiting Cards printed at the Carey Times Office. Cheapest in 
the Count If. 



Maskey Benlamin, carpenter, res e s 8th s Crawford 

Mauch Anthony, carpenter, res w s 7th s Findlay 

MAXWELL JOSEPH A, dry goods, Centennial Block, res se cor 

Walker and 8th 
Maxwell Miss Mamie, elk, bdss e cor Walker and 8th 
Mealey Milton C, shoemaker, res e s Sandusky av s Hicks 
Mease John L, carpenter, res w s 8th n Bigelow 
Meeds Mrs Charles, res n e cor Hicks and Hazel 
Mellon Mrs Nancy, res e s 7th s Crawford 
Mellon Palmer T, egg packer, res e s 7th s Crawford 
Mellon Samuel, lab, res e s HazeJ n Henderson 
Merrell Mrs C S, dressmaker, e s 7th s Wyandot av 
Merrick Christian, res e s 7th s Crawford 
Metz Mrs Mary, res e s 5th s Church 

Metts W infield S, [VY S Metts & Co,] res w s 7th s Hicks 
Metts W S & Co, contractors and builders, w s 7th s Hicks 
Miller August F, tailor, res s w cor 4th and Wyandot av 
Miller D S, stock dealer, res s s Wyandot av w 8th 



Save time, money and trouble by having work done by Stoclcton. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 117 






I 

PIETRO CUNEO, Editor and Publisher. 

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT 

UPPER SANDUSKY, O. 

TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION $2 00 PER ANNUM. 

ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK 

Executed on Shoi^t jYotice with Meat- 
ness and Dispatch. 

Mr. Cuneo has the right of Wyandot Cowity for " HODDER'S Cele- 
brated BLOTTEB TABLET. 

m-CDJ^T^T^ -A-JtrZ) SEE IT- 



^^lE^ O C Xj-^3x^-^TI: O InT ! 



Why do yoivpayextravaiantprices for BOOTS 
and SHOES ivhen you can buy them cheap as 
dirt of WILLI JIM BRISTOL, the Peoples Shoe- 
maker, 3 doors north of the Opera House, Upper 
Sandusky, Ohio. 

Do not forget to call and leave your order. 



Dp. Stockton diftes competition quality of work considered. 



ii8 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



MILLER & EGGLESTON, [Mrs Fannie Miller, Miss Sara Eggle- 

ston,] millinery and fancy goods, w s Sandusky avs Johnston 
Miller Mrs F, (Miller & Eggeston,) res Sandusky av s Johnston 
Miller Frank, cabinetmaker, res n e cor Walker and 5th 
Miller Geo W, sewing machines, bds w s Sandusky av s Crawford 
Miller Henry res n e cor 3rd and Findlay 
Miller Jacob, teamster, res w s 5th n Bigelow 
Miller John W, shoemaker, res n w cor 5th and Bigelow 
MILLER L C, Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods, Pierson 

House Block, res n s Walker w 4th 
Miller Leonard, cooper, e s 7th s Findlay 
Miller Thomas J, shoemaker, res w S5th n Bigelow 
Miller Theodore, cabinet maker, bds s w cor Walker and 5th 
iMills Mrs & Daughters, (Mrs E E, Misses E L, M G and M W, j 

dressmakers, McConnell's Block. res same 
Mitten Louis J. carpenter, res s w cor Johnston and 4th 
Monke Anthony, blacksmith, bds w s 7th s Bigelow 
Moody & Curbs, (D Moody, J F Curbs,) grocers,. s w cor Walker 

and Sandusky av 
Moody D, (Moody & Curbs,) res n s Walker e 7th 
Moody Timothy Y, res w s 7th s Bigelow 

Ladies, call at Kinnaman's and g-et some of his 
handsome Pictures • 



Moore Clara, hair work, res e s Sandusky av s Johnston 

Moore D C, ( Juvinall & Moore,) res s s Wyandot av e 5th 

Moore Mrs M, hair work, e s Sandusky av s Johnston, res same . 

Moore Marietta, washing, res e s Sandusky av s Johnston 

Moore Wm H, lab, res e s Sandusky av s Johnston 

Moran Mrs Eliza, res s s Hicks w 8th 

Moran Michael, lab, res s w cor Hicks and 8th 

Morris Mrs Catharine, res n e cor 4th and Hicks 

Morris James B, painter, res n e cor 4th and Hicks 

Morris John D, wks Seider & Beidler, bds s s W^yandot av w 5tli 

Moss William, lab, bds s w cor Garrett r.nd Guthrie 

MOTT C R, attorney at law, res s e cor 5th and Wyandot av 

Muellar August, tailor, res s w cor 4th and Wyandot av 

Meeks W H, lab Dr R A Henderson, bds same 

Mungiven Thomas, res e s 8th s Hicks 

Myers Baker, blacksmith, bds w s Sandusky av n Walker 

Myers Frank E, clerk, bds e s 7th s Johnston 

Myers George, saw mill, s w cor 8th and Kirby road, res n w cor 

7th and Kirby road 
Myers George, saloon, e s Sandusky av s Findlay, res same 



DR. STOCKTON Warrants all his Work first class. 



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FOR YOUR READY MADE CLOTHING. 

HE KEEPS A FINE STOCK OF GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, PIECE GOODS, 
HATS, CAPS, ETC., ETC. 

Custom ^Vork made to order on the shortest notice, and according- to the most fashion- 
able patterns. Remember the old stand of Fleck & Vogel, Opposite 
Court House, UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO. 



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Office and Residence 2 doors south of Moody & Curbs' Grocery, Main St., 

xj:e^i=^e:r Sj^TsriDTJSKisr, o. 

Cons\:ltations in English and Germ.an. 



ENTERPRISE, 

EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY 



Every Friday, at $1.50 in Advance, 

JOBAA^ORK 



EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. 



If you want to live long and have good health keep natural Teeth, 

1 20 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Myers Henry, saloon, Pierson House block, resws 4th n Hicks 
Myers Jacob, baker N F Goetz, bds same 
Myers John F, rese s 7th s Johnston 



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Naas Mrs Rosa, res e s Sandusky av s Church 

Nelson James N, carpenter, res w s Sandusky av s Crawford 

Nevil Thomas, passenger conductor C & T railroad^, res w s 5 th 

n Wyandot av 
Nidig Valentine, tailor, res n s Church w 8th 
Novel David, blacksmith, res south end Sandusky av . 
Noll eT S, carpenter, res s e cor 8th and Crawford 
Noll Levi, carpenter, bds s w cor 4th and Walker 
Norton Hiram, res s s Crawford w 5th 



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Oberlin Morris H P, watchman, res n s Guthrie w 8th 
O'Brien James, lab, res w s Sandusky av s Walker 
O'Brien Patrick, distiller, res n e cor 3rd and Walker 
O'Brien Patrick, mason, res n w cor 8th and Bigelow 
O'Brien Thomas, blacksmith, res n e cor 3rd and Walker 
O'Donnell Edward, watchman, res s s P Ft Wi& C Ry w C & T Ry 
O'Donnell Michael, saloon, s e cor 7th and Railroad, res same 
Ohio Fruit Jar Co. , office n s Wyandot av e Sandusky av A W 

Brink erhoff. President 
Oler James N, saw mill, res s s Hicks w 4th 
Oliver Philips B, candy maker, res Carey road 
Oppenheimer Joseph, restaurant and saloon, w s Sandusky av s 

Walker, res s w ccr Sandusky av and Hicks 
Orens Henry, lab, res s s Church w 8th 
Orens John, lab, res s w cor 8th and Church 
Orins Andrew, lab, res n w cor 3rd and Findlay 
Orsinger Fred, (Martin & Orsinger,) res e s Sandusky av n Bigelow 
Orsinger L G, baker, bds s e cor Wyandot av and 8th 
Orsinger U, groceries and provisions, e s Sandusky avn Johnston, 

res s e cor Wyandot and Elizabeth 
Outcalt Frank, bds n s Wyandot av e Sandusky av 
Ovens Carnaha.n livery clerk, bds w s Sandusky av n Johnston 
OVENS WILLIAM, livery, rear of Pierson House, res w s San- 
dusky av n Johnston 
Owens John, merchant tailor, n s Wyandot av e Sandusky av, res 
n e cor 5th and Johnston 



Teeth Extracted without pain by Dp. Stockton. 

WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 121 



THE FANCY STORE ! 

Fancy Goods Department 

As we make a SPECIALTY of this line you will find it to your ad- 
vantage to CALL AXD EXAMINE OUR GOODS and get prices 
before purchasing. Our «toek consists in part of 

Cuffs and Collars, Veilings, 

Ties, Rihtons, Embroidering Cottons, 

Kandher chiefs, Star Braids, 

Hosiery, Corsets, Threads, 



Li^LCES, W^ORK-Bi^SKETS, 

Buttons, Gloves, \ 

Zephyr Worsteds, Companions, 

Germantown Yarns, Bach Combs, 

Working Canvases, Trimmings, ^c. 

You will find that we keep a Larger and Better 

STOCK OF EMBROIDERIES, KID mm AND- TIES, 

And that we sell them 
LOWER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. 

We are Agents, mho* for the '* BovnesHc '* Paper FaUerns* 

ANDREWS & BARTOW, 
Opera House Block, ... - UPPER SANDUSKY, 0. 

*See other Advertisement for Millinery Goods. 



Remember Dr. Stockton's Office is over Wyandot County Bank. 
122 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



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Paessler Herman, carpet weaver, swcor 2d and Findlay, res same 

Paessler Robert, boot and shoe maker, ws Sandusky av s Findlay, 
res same 

Pagnard Adolphus, mason, res w s 4th n Walker 

Pagnard Alcide, shoe maker, bds Hudson House 

Pagnard August, lab, res s s Hicks w Hazel 

Pagnard Gustave, shoemaker, res es 4th n Crawford 

Pagnard Louis, shoemaker, res w s 4th n Walker 

Pagnard Mrs Margaret, res w s 4th n Walker 

Paulin Levi, carpenter, res se cor Findlay and 3rd 

PAUSCH JOHN, jewelry, n w cor Sandusky av and Johnston, 
res w s 7th s Flicks 

Peifer Peter, boots and shoes, w s Sandusky av n W yandotav, res 
e s 7th n Crawford 

.Perrine James, mail carrier, res w s 2nd n Findlay 

Perrine John, lab, res w s 2d n Findlay 

Persing C E, TCampbell & Persing,) res w s Sandusky av s Craw- 
ford 

Peters Miss C I, res w s 4th n Crawford 

Peters Elizabeth, tailoress. H Fleck, res w s 7th s Wyandot av 

Peters H, farmer, res w s Sandusky av s South 

Peters D S, supervisor, P Ft W & C Ry, res ws 7th n Hicks 

Peterson William, res w s 7th n Hicks 

Pettit S S. ( Hoyt & Petit, ) res w s 7th s South 

Pierson C Dallas, bds w s Sandusky av s Johnston 

Pierson Mrs C Y, res w s Sandusky av s Johnston 

PIEP.SON HOUSE, Mrs N L Atkinson prop'r, e s Sandusky av n 
Johnston 

Call on R N McConnell, Upper Saodusky, O. and 
g-et one of his Town Lots 



Pierson Joseph, bds w s Sandusky av s Johston 

Plate Frederick, telegraph repairer, res s s Hicks e Hazel 

Plumb Thomas, lab, res n e cor Front and Bigelow 

Pool G W, res ws Sandusky av n Wyandot av 

POOL MRS GW, millinery and dress making, w s Sandusky avn 

Wyandot av, res same 
Pool W F, (Bowman & Pool) res e s Hazel s Wyandot av 
Purviance J W, traveling salesman, res n s Walker e 7th 



Have youp children's T^eth cared for. Call on Dp. Stockton. 

WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 123 



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Ragon Eli, foreman, res e s 5th s Walker 

Ragon Eli, teamster, res ss Hicks w 7th 

Ragon George W, carpenter, res vv s 7th n Findlay 

Railroad Hotel, s w cor Hicks and 5th, Peter Weber proprietor 

Rappee John S, Pres't Central Bank, res s wcor 7th and Johnston 

Raymond Charles, lab, res n s Church w 8th 

Read Anderson, carpenter, res e s 7th s Crawford 

Read Willard F, carpenter, res w s 7th s South 

Reece William, stone cutter, bds ws Sandusky av s Bigelow 

Reed Robert M, painter, res vv s 3rd n Findlay 

Reidinger George, lab, res e s 4th n Findlay 

Reis Jacob, carpenter, res e s 5th n Bigelow 

Reis Jacob jr, carpenter, rese s 5 th n Bigelow 

Reising Henry, shoemaker, A Katzenmyer, res n s Kirby w 8th 

Reisterer Daniel, billiard room saloon, e s Sandusky av n Walker, 

res s e cor Sandusky av and Walker 
Reisterer Joseph, res w s Front s Findlay 

REITER LEVI W, proprietor Tiffin Hack and mail line, 
office se cor Sandusky av and Findlay, res same, Hack 
leaves Upper Sandusky Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri 
ays at 9 o'clock a. m., returuiug leaves Tiffin alternate 
days at same hour. 



Reubendall Joseph ti, blacksmith, res n w cor 4tn and Crawford 

Rex Zachary T, poultry buyer, res w s 5th s Crawford 

Richards Mrs Adelia, res n s Bigelow opp 2nd 

Richards Samuel, drayman, res n s Wyandot ave Sandusky av 

Riley Thomas, huckster L Smith, res n s Henderson w 8th 

Ritter Christian, elk, resws 5th n Walker 

Ritter Fred, res s e cor 4th and Bigelow 

Ritter Fred jr, lab, res s e cor 4th and Bigelow 

Ritter John, tanner, res w s 7th n Bigelow 

Ritter John, wagon maker, bds s ecor 7th and Walker 

Ritter William, blacksmith, bds s w cor Walker and 5th 

Robbi IS Mrs Catharine, res n w cor 7th and South 

Roberts Charles S, res e s 7th s Crawford 

Roberts Frank M, res w s Sandusky av s Bigelow- 

Roberts James G, Cashier First National Bank, res n w cor San- 

dusky av and South 
Rock Henry, fireman, res w s 3rd n Findlay 
Roedinger Peter, lab, bds n s Guthrie w 8th 



Dr. Stockton has taken every oppoptumty to excel as an operator. 

124 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Roehr C, (Stoll & Co,) res Bucyrus 

Ronk Mrs x\nna M, res south end Sandusky av 

Roppold G H, grocer and queensware, w s Sandusky av n Walker, 
res same 

Roppold & Chamberlain, '(GH Roppold, C H Chamberlain,) mat- 
tress manufactory e s Sandusky av n Wyandot av 

Rosemann Miss Lizzie, tailoress, bds ns 5th n Walker 

Rousculp John, plasterer, res e s 8th s Crawford 

Rowe James, teamster, res e s Sandusky av n Bigelow 

Ruff Christian, res w s Sandusky av n Findlay 

Rummell Milton, carriage maker, bds s e cor Walker and 7th 

Rupp Clemens, lab, res w s Hazel n Henderson 

RUSSELL GEOH, photographer, w s Sandusky av s Wyandot av 
bds e s 5th s Walker 



s 



Saltsman W R, pork packing, n s Wyandot av e Sandusky av, res 

w s 5th s Wyandot av 
Sarber George C, carpenter, res n s Bigelow w 7th 
Sanderson James P, lab, res n s Bigelow opp 2nd 
Sanderson William M, lab, res n s Bigelow opp 2nd 
SAVIDGE G A, books and stationery, McConnell's Block, res e s 

7th n Findlay 
Savidge Levi C, farmer, res e s 7th n Findlay 

SCHAEFER FRED, restaurant and saloon, n s Wyandot av e San- 
dusky av, res same 

Buy your wife or sweetheart a pack of those nobby Vis- 
iting Cards, at the Oflace of the Carey Times 

Schaefer Jacob, Sheriff, res e s Sandusky av s Wyandot av 

Scheidigger Jacob, butcher, res e s 4th n Walker 

Scheidigger John, lab, res es4th n Walker 

Schell Mrs Henry, res s s Wyandot av w 4th 

gchell Jacob, cigar maker, Hutter's Block, res w S5th n Bigelow 

Schneider Christian, tailor, res s s Wyandot av w 4th 

Schwartz Jacob, lab, res e s 4th s Hicks 

Schwesinger Conrad, lab, res w s 4th n Crawford 

Seaman Henry V, barkeeper, bds w s 8th s Bigelow 

Seaman L R, real estate, w s 8th n Bigelow, res same 

SEARS JOHN D, attorney at law, w s Sandusky av n Johnston, 
res s w cor 8th and Hicks 

Seebag Mrs Eliza, res w s 4th n Bigelow 

SEIDER &BEIDLER(John Seider,Frank Beidler,)carriage man- 
ufacturers, s s Walker e Sandusky av 



Anything worth doing is worth doing well, STOCKTON'S Motto. 

WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 125 



Seebag Jacob, painter, res w s 4th n Bigelow 

Seider John (Seider & Beidler,) res s w cor 5th and Walker 

Selager T W, watchman, county treasury, bdsws 4th n Wyandot av 

Sessler Michael, lab, res e s 4th n Walker 

Shactale Adam, res s e cor 5th and Bigelow 

Shafer Edward, butcher, bds Railroad Hotel 

Shafer Frank»W, res w s 8th n Bigelow 

Shafer Henry, elk, res ws Sandusky av s Crawford 

Shafer Mrs Rachel, res e s 5th n Crawford 

Sharp Samuel, gunsmith s e cor 4th and Walker, res same 

Shealy John, (StoU & Co,) res w s 8th s Crawford 

Sheets B F, drayman, res w s Sandusky av s Crawford 

Shepard Mrs Polly, res w s 5th s Crawford 

SHIFFLER J W, cabinet maker n s Wyandot av w Sandusky av, 

bds n e cor Crawford and 8th 
Shifley John, lab, res s s Crawford e 8th 
Shilling Adam, cooper, res s e cor 2nd and Bigelow 
Shoemaker Alfred, baggageman C and T Ry, res w s 8th n South 
Shultz Horace W, apprentice, bds e s 3rd n Findlay 
Shultz Levi, carpenter, res e s 3rd s Bigelow 
Siferla.John A, wagon maker, res e s 7th s Chnrch 
Simons V, restaurant and saloon w s Sandusky av n Wyandot av, 

res same 

The best Photographs in Upper Sandusky at Kin- 
nanian's 

SMALLEY ALLEN, justice of the peace w s Sandusky av s Wy- 
andot av, res e s 5th s Church 

Smalley Mrs A M, res w s Sandusky av s Church 

Smalley J W, physician and surgeon s e cor Sandusky av and 
Findlay, res e s Sandusky av s Bigelow 

Smith Albert, lab, res s w cor Garret and Guthrie 

Smith Andrew J, lab, res w s Hazel s Henderson 

Smith A P, res e s Sandusky av s Crawford 

Smith Charles E, cooper, res e s 8th s South 

Smith David A, carpenter, bds w s 7th s Crawford 

SMITH ELI, cooper, and dealer in staves and hooppoles n w 
cor Wyandot av and 5th, res e s 8th s South 

Smith George, tanner, bds s s W^yandot av w 4th 

Smith Rev John A, res w s 7th n Bigelow 

Smith Lank, egg and butter packer e s 7th n Hicks, res w s 7th s 
Hicks 

Smith Mark, teamster Stoll & Co, res e s 2nd s Findlay 

Smith MatthiaS; shoemaker, res w s Sandusky av n Church 



Value received always given by DR. STOCKTON. 



126 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Smith Scott, blacksmith, res vv s 5th n Crawford 

Smith W J, teacher, res e s Sandusky av s Crawford 

Smoots George W, stone cutter, res e s 5th n Crawford 

Snover L, grocer n w cor Sandusky and Wyandot avs, res e s 

Sandusky av s Crawford 
Snyder Augustus, butcher, res e s 5th n Hicks 
Snyder Henry, marble cutter, bds w s Sandusky av s Bigelow 
Sockrider Catherine K, cook Hudson House, bds same 
Solinger Carrie, chambermaid Hudson House, bds same 
Spayth Adam, teamster, res w s 7th s Kirby 
Staman John, tanner, res e s 5th s Crawford 
Stanzley John, lab, res w s 8th n Church 
Stanzley Morris, barber B F Allen, res McConnell's Block 
Stanzley Peter, lab, res w s 8th n Church 
Stecher George J, farmer, res e s Hazel s Henderson 
Stecher Gottleib, elk, bds e s Hazel s Henderson 
Stephan i\dam, sewing machines Centennial Blork, res s w cor 

4th and Findlay 
STEPHAN CONRAD, blacksmith and wagon maker s s Findlay 

w Sandusky av, res s w cor Sandusky av and Findlay 
Stephan George, res s w cor 4th and Findlay 
Sterner Cyrus W, marble polisher, res w s Sandusky av n 

Bigelow 

Visiting Cards a Specialty at the Carey Times Ofaee— 
Nobby and Cheap 

Sterner John D, teamster, res w s Sandusky av n Bigelow 
Sterner Michael, res w s Sandusky av n Bigelow 
Stevenson AB, blacksmith, res e s 8th s Johnston 
Stevenson G B, foundry w s 8th n Hicks, res w s 8th opp Craw- 
ford 
Stevenson J Monroe, machinist, res n s Henderson e Hazel 
Stevenson J N, pattern maker, res e s 8th n South 
Stevenson R L, . supt foundry and machine shop, bds w s 8th s 

Hicks 
Stevenson W J, hostler, bds s s Johnston e Sandusky av 
Stief L, grocer n w cor Sandusky av and Findlay, res same 
Stiefel William, blacksmith, res w s Sandusky av n Findlay 
Sting George, lab, res s s Hicks e Hazel 
STOCKTON J A, Surgeon Dentist w s Sandnsky av over 

Wyandot County liank, res e s 7tli n Walker 
Stoker Noah, blacksmith, res e s Sandusky av s Crawford 
STOLL & CO, (J J Stoll, C Roehr, John Shealey,) sash, door 
and blind manuf s e cor 7th and Crawford 



If you want a set of Teeth call on STOCKTON. 

WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 127 



Stoll J J, (StoU ci- Co,) res w s Sandusky av s Crawford 

Stotz Abram, foreman C and T Ry, bds s s Flicks w Hazel 

Strasser Adam, res w s 8th n Bigelow 

Strasser Mrs Elizabeth, res s e cor 4th and Findlay 

Strasser Matthias, teamster, res s w cor 4th and Wyandot av 

Streby E, farmer, res west end Guthrie 

Stutz Adam, beer garden n s Wyandot av e 8th, res same 

Stutz Cornelius, elk, res n s Bigelow w 8th 

Stuckey Christian, wagon maker, res e s 7th s Church 

Surpless Henderson, carpenter, res n w cor Church and Sth 

Sutter Anthony, lamplighter, res es 2nd s Bigelow 

Sutton Harvey N, elk Hudson House, bds same 

Swartz John S, carpenter, res w s 7th s Church 

Swift John, carpenter, res s w cor Sandusky av and Bigelow 



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Taylor Clara, cook Hudson House, bds same 
Thompson Henry, barber B F Allen, res e s 5th n Bigelow 
Thompson Mark, lab, res n s Crawford e 5th 
Thompson William M, res e s 7th n Wyandot av 
Tilton John, grocer n s Wyandot av e Sandusky av 
Tirey John, house mover, res w s Sth n Guthrie 
Tirey Newton S, painter, res es Warpool s Wyandot av 
Tracht Adam, harness maker, res w s 7th s Bigelow 
TRACHT PHILIP, boots and shoes Yellow Corner, res s w cor 
5th and Findlay 

Valuable Town Lots for Sale by K N McConnell, 
Upper Sandusky, O 

Treithart John, lab, res w s 4th s Walker 

Tribolet A G, (Tribolet & Son,) res e s Sandusky av n Railroad 
Tribolet Jacob, (Tribolet & Son,) res e s Sandusky av n Railr'd 
Tribolet & Son, (A G Tribolet, Jacob Tribolet,) groceries, pro- 
visions and liquors n e cor Sandusky av and Johnston 
Tripp Albert, mason, res w s Sandusky av s Church 
Tripp Allen, wagon maker, resn e cor 7th and Findlay 
TRIPP FRANK, wagon maker n w cor 7th and Findlay, res n e 

cor 7th and Findlay 
Tripp Frank T, printer, res e s Sth n South 
Tritchler Joseph, shoemaker, res n w cor Bigelow and 7th 
Tritchler Miss Lena, tailoress, bds n w cor Bigelow and 7th 
Tschanen Charles, painter Hale & Freet, bds n e cor Hicks 
and 7th 



Dr. Stockton has all the late improvements in his oftice, 



128 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Tschanen Christian, elk, res e s 7th n Hicks 

Tschanen William T, elk, bds n e eor 7th and Hieks 

Tunison Paul G, lab, res s s Crawford e 8th 

Tyler Mrs C, res e s Sandusky av s Findlay 

Tyler R H, painter, res e s Hazel s Wyandot av 

Tyler Willard D, attorney, res e s Sandusky av s Findlay 



U 



Uhl John, barber, bds s w cor W^yandot av and 5th 
Ulrich Jacob, farmer, res w s Front n Bigelow 
Ulrich John, brick moulder, res e s 8th n Bigelow 



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VanZandt C H, barkeeper, res MeConnell's Block 

VanMarter John, saloon, e s Sandusky av s Walker, res same 

VanMarter Peter J, city marshal, res n e cor 5th and Hicks 

VanMarter W V, bar keeper, res e s Sandusky av n Walker 

Velker Peter, lab, res n e eor 4th and Findlay 

Vent Henry, carpenter, res w s Sandusky av n Church 

Vetter John, blacksmith, res w s 4th n Walker 

Voeel B, boot and shoemaker s w cor Walker and 8th, res same 

Vogel Casper, shoemaker, res s w cor Walker and 8th 

VOGEL FRANK, clothing Hutter's Block, res s e cor Bigelow 

and 8th 
Vogel Henry, tailor, bds s e cor Bigelow and 8th 
Vogel John, tailor, bds s e eor Bigelow and 8th 
Von Stein George, bar keeper, bds n s VVyandot av e Sandusky av 
VON STEIN JOHN, photographers e cor Sandusky av and John- 
ston, res s e cor 5th and Walker 
Von Stein John H, elk A Billhardt, res n ecor 8th and Wyandot 
Von Stein John P, elk. bds w s Sandusky av n Walker 
VON STEIN L, druggist w s Sandusky av n Walker, res same 



W 



Wagner Jacob, butcher, bds Railroad Hotel 

Wagner Joseph, blacksmith Hale & Freet, bds s s Johnston e San- 
dusky av 

Wagner Mrs L, plants and vegetables s e eor ist and Bigelow, res 
same ' , 

Wagner Moses, res s s Johnston e Sandusky av 



DR. STOCKTON'S charges are always reasonable. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRFXTORY. 129 



WAGNER R A, barber and hair dresser e s Sandusky av n Wy- 
andot av, res s e cor ^st and Bigelow 
Wallace H W, watchman C and T Ry, bds s s Hicks e Hazel 
Walter Daniel, lab, res e s 8th s Church 

Walters Samuel L, brick and stone mason, res w s 5th n Johnston 
Walters WMUiam, peanut stand s e cor Sandusky and Wyandot 

avs, ress w cor 4th and Walker 
Warfel John E, bds s w cor 4th and Johnston 
WARNER JACOB R, flour, feed and fish e s Sandusky av n 

Johnston, res e s 8th s Bigelow 
Waters George W, foreman H Waters, res w s 5th n Walker 
WATERS HENRY, sash, doors and blinds n s Wyandot w San- 
dusky av, res e s 7th n Johnston 
Watson Sylvester, Brest First National Bank, res e s Sandusky av 

opp South 
Weaver Mrs Mary, res w s 2nd s Bigelow 

Weber Beter, proprietor Railroad Hotel s w cor 5th and Hicks 
Weimer B M, elk J A Maxwell, res s s Crawford w vSandusky av 
Weinberg Henry, blacksmith, res n s Bigelow w 3rd 
Wele Smith, res w s 8th n Kirby 

Welsh George H, stock dealer, res n w cor Findlay and 8th 
Welsh M W, stock dealer, res n w cor Findlay and 8th 
Werlen Louis, teacher St Beter's Catholic School, res cor Findlay 

and 7th 
Wernle C F, elk, res w s Sandusky av s Findlay 
West Michael, turner, res w s 2nd s Findlay 
Weymouth Moses W, carpenter, res e s 4th n Crawford 
Whetsel Abram, lab, res w s Sandusky av n Chtirch 
Whinery Stephen, lab, res e s Sandusky av n Crawford 
W^hite J W, physician, w s Sandusky av s Johnston, bds Bierson 

House 
White S H, (Hunt & White,) res e s Sandusky av n South 
Widman W A, merchant tailor, w s Sandusky av n Johnston, res s 

s Johnston e 7th 
Wiedemann Edward, carpet weaver, n s Findlay w 5th, res same 
Wiggins Wm, barber, bds s w cor Wyandot av and 5th 
Willi John, lab, res w s Sandusky av n Church 
Williams John, lab, bds n s Guthrie w 8th 
Williams J H, livery s s Johnston e 7th, bds l^ierson House? 
Wiltse Rev Thaddeus L, pastor M E Church, res n s Johnston 

e 7th 
Winterhalter Alexander, lab, res s s Kirby w 8th 
Winterhalter Joseph, fireman, res s s Kirby w 8th 
VV^ inter halter Samuel, fireman, res s s Kirby w 8th 



Dp. Stockton pays particular Attention to preserving Natural Teeth. 

130 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Winterhalter William, telegraph opr, res s s Kirby vv 8th 

Wirick George W, elk, res e s 5th n Hicks 

WIRICK S J, insurance agent n s Wyandot av e Sandusky av, 

res s s Wyandot av e Hazel 
Wisner Rev C,'pasior German Reformed Church, res w s 4th n 

Findlay 
Wissler Herman, restaurant w s Sandusky av n Wyandot av, res 

same 
Wissler Joseph, shoemaker, res w s Sandusky av s Church 
Witsel William A, elk, bds e s Sandusky av n Wyandot av 
Woelker William, lab, res w s Sandusky avs Church 
Wolfrum Ceor.oje, cabinet maker, res w s Sandusky av n Findlay 
Wormlev Mrs Catharine, res w s Sandusky av n Walker 
WORRELLO M S, livery n s Johnston s Sandusky av, res e s 

Sandusky av s Johnston 
Worth Charles, res s e cor 7th and Wyandot av 
Worth S, res s w cor 7th and W van dot av 
Wyandot County Bank, Geo W Beery, Prest; E A Gor- 
don, Cash; w s Sandusky aT s Wyandot av 
WYANDOT COUNTY REPUBLICAN, Pietro Cuneo, editor 

and proprietoj" s s Wvandot av w Sandusky av 
WYANDOT DEMOCRATIC UNION, C L Zahm, editor and 

proprietor, s w cor Sandusky av and Johnston 



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Yancer Charles, machinist, res Mononcue 

Yocum Peter, lab, res ws 7th s Findlay 

Young James A, bfick mason, res e s Sandusky av n Johnston 

Young John, carpenter, res n wcor 4th and Findlay 

Young Joshua, marble cutter, bds Hudson House 

Young Libbie. dress maker e s Sandusky av 's Johnston, res same 

Young Rhoda J, res e s Sandusky av n Johnston 

Young W^illiam, carpenter, res n s Bigelow w 7th 



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ZAFIM C L, editor and proprietor Wyandot Democratic Union 

s w cor Sandusky av and Johnston 
Ziegler G K, flouring mill n w cor 7th and Crawford, res w s 7th 

s Hicks 
Zimmerman Mrs Elizabeth, res e s 5th s Hicks 
Zimmerman Mrs Maggie, dressmaker, res e s 5th s Hicks 
Zook D C, engineer, bds w s 7th n Hicks 
Zulauf Jacob, res s e cor Guthrie and Garrett 
Zwilling George, elk, bds w s 8th n Bigelow 



UPPER SANDUSKY 




Ql^mmMimd. M'mM.m.^m^. Eix@et©^^« 



Agricultural Implements. 

Gottfried. J A & Bro, w s Sandusky 

av s Wyandot av 
Hale & Kirby, w s Sandusky av s 
Wyandot av 

Architect. 
Kokinge B, s s Guthrie w 8th 
Attorneys at Law. 

Beidler P B, n s Wyandot av w 7th 
Berry Curtis, Oper House Block 
Berry John, s w cor Wyandot and 

Sandusky avs 
Bowman &P00I. Centennial Block 
Grisell T E, w s Sandusky av n 

Johnston 
Hare D D, Beery's Block 
Kail Adam, s w cor VV^yandot and 

Sandusky avs 
Kirby M H, office Court House 
McKelly R, \v s Sandusky av s 

\V\vandoc av 
Maddux Henry, w a Sandusky av 

s Wyandot av 
Mott C R, s e cor Wyandot av and 

5th 
S chafer Fred, n s Wyandot av e 

Sandusky av 



Sears J D, w s Sandusky a v n John- 
ston 

Smalley Allen, w s Sandusky av s 
Wyandot av 

Tyler W D, Sandusky av s Find- 
hiy 

Bakers avxl Confectioners. 

Goetz N F, n w cor Sandusky av 

and Walker 
Orsinger U, e s Sandusky av n 

Johnston 

Banks. 

Central Bank, w s Sandusky av n 

Wyandot av 
First National Bank, w s Sandusky 

av n Johnston 
Wyandot Co Bank, w s Sandusky 

av n Johnston 

Barbers. 

Allen B F, e s Sandusky av n John- 
ston 
Eley Charles S, w s Sandusky av n 

Johston 
Fleming Henry, ss Wyandot av 

w Sandusky av 
Wagner R A, e s Sandusky av n 

Wvandot av 



Dp. Stockton is the only first-class Operator in Upper Sandusky. 



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WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY 



Billiards. 

Clark J L, w s !^an<1iisl\y av s Wy- 
andot av 
Myers FT, Pierson House Block 
lleisterer D, e s Sandusky av s 
Walker 

Books and Stationer)/ . 

Avrep Isaac, w s Sandusky av a 

Wvandot av 
Savido:e G A, Mc Connell's Block 

Boot and Shoe Manufacturers and 
Dealers. 

BeiPtle.t Eaton, MeConnell's Block 

Bristol Win, e ^ Sanduskv av s Wal- 
ker 

Hitchcock B, w r Sanduskv av r 
Walker 

KatzonniP'yer 1\I, w s Sanduskv av s 
Wyandot av 

Paessler R, w s Sandusky av s 
Findlpv 

Peifer Peter, w s Sandusky av n 
Wvandot 

Tracht Philip. Yellow Corner 

Vogel B, s w cor Walker and 8th 

Breviers. 

Altstaetter & Bechler, e s 4th n Wy- 
andot av 

Butter and Tagri Pac.l-er. 

Smith L, 6 s 7th n Hicks 

Carpet Weavers. 

E^sleston Mrs M, w s 5th s Craw- 
ford 
Paessler H, s w cor 2d and Findlay 
Wiedemann E, n s Findlay w 5th 

Carriage ojid Wagon Makers. 

Hale & Freet, Johnston e Sandusky 
Seider & Beidler, s s Walker e San- 
dusky av 
Stephan C, ss Findlay w Sandusky 
Tripp F, n w cor 7th and Findlay 

China, Glass and Queensivare. 

Brinkerboffand Son, n s Wyandot 

av e Sandusky av 
Roppold G H, w s Sandusky av n 

AValker 



Tilton John, n s Wyandot av e 
Sandusky av 

Cigar ^lakers. 

Jonas F &Co, n ecor Wj'andot and 
Sandusky avs 

Clothing. 

Fleck Henry, n e cor Wyandot 

and Sandusky avs 
Miller L C, Pierson House Block 
Yogel Frank, Hutter's Block 
Widman W A, w s Sandusky av n 

Johnston 

Coopers. 

Miller Tj. e s 7th s Findlay 
Smith Eli, n w cor Wvandot av and 
5th 

Dentists. 

Demarest& Howell, Beery's Block 
Stockton J A. w s Sandusky av over 
Wyandot Co Bank 

Dress Makers 

Anno Miss E, e s Sandusky av n 

Walker 
Durbin Sisters, Centennial Block 
Hare Miss C S, e s Sandusky av n 

Wvandot av 
Mills Mrs & Daughters, McCon- 

nel rs Block 
Young Libbie, e s Sandusky av ss 

Johnston 

Druggists. 

Ayres Isaac, w s Sandusky av s 
Wyandot av 

Billhardt A, w s Sandusky n John- 
ston 

Kenan G W, w s Sandusky av s 
Wyandot av 

Yon Stein L, w s Sandusky av n 
Walker 

Drg Goods. 

Beery I H & A, Beery's Block 
Beery Thomas E, s w cor Sandusky 

and Wyandot avs • 
Henderson G H, n w^ cor Sandusky 

av and Johnston 
Maxwell Joseph A, Centennial 

Block 



There is nothing more attractive than a good set of Teeth 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



^33 



Express Companies. 
Adams, A Billlmrdt ag't, w s San- 
dusky av n Johnston 
American, E A Gordon ag't, w s 
Sandusky av n Johnston 
Fancy Goods, 
Andrews & Bartow, Opera House 
Block 

Florists. 
HoUaushed & Klingler, e s Front 
n Bigelow 

Flour and Feed. 
Allen A, w s Sandusky av s Wy- 
andot av 
Liebenthai B, e s Sandusky av s 

Walker 
Warner J R, e s Sandusky av n 
Johnston 

Flouring Mills. 

Ziegler G K, n w cor 7th and 

Crawford 
Juvinall & Moore, s e cor 4th 
and Wyandot av 

Foundry. 
Stevenson G B, e s 8th n Hicks 

Fruit Jar Mamifactory. 
Ohio Fruit Jar Co, n s Wyandot av 
e Sandusky av 

Furniture. 
Bowman L, n s Wyandot av e San- 
dusky av 
Shiffier J W, n s Wyandot av w 
Sandusky av 

Gents Furnishing Goods. 

Fleck H, n e cor Sandusky and 
Wyandot avs 

Miller L 0, Pierson House Block 

Vopjel F, w s Sandusky ay n Wyan- 
dot av 

Widman W A, w s Sandusky av 
n Johnston 

Grain Dealers. 

Gipson W A, east end Findlay 
Hunt & White, cor Sandusky av 
and P Ft W & C Ry 

Grocers, 

Beery Brooks & Co, w s Sandusky 
av s Wyandot av 



Bowsher WE, ws Siadus'cv 

Findlay 
Drum &, Deal, Maxwell's Block, 

Wyandot av 
Engel Christian, s p cor Walker 

and Sandusky av 
Frazier D, w s Sandusky av n John- 
ston 
Goetz N F, n w cor Sandusky av 

and Walker 
Hare & Bowers, Wyandot av e s 

Sandusky av 
Harper George, n s Wyandot av e 

Sandusky 
Henderson J W, next door to 

Union printing office 
Hoyt & Pettit, vv s Sandusky av 

Johnston 
Karg <fc Bro, n s Wvaiidot av w 

5th 
Keller P'rank, w s Sandusky av n 

Wyandot av 
Kramer G G, e s Sandusky ay n 

Wyandot av 
Moody & Curlis, s w cor Sandusky 

av and Walker 
Orsinger U, e s Sandusky av n 

Johnston 
Eoppold G H, w s Sandusky av n 

Walker 
Snover L, n w cor Santiusky and 

Wyandots avs 
Srief L, n w cor Sandusky av and 

Findlay 
Tilton John, n s Wyandot av (; 

Sandusk)'- av 
Tribolet & Son, n e cor Sandusky 

av and Johnston 

Gunsmiths. 

Gump J, s s Crawford e 8th 
Sharp S, s e cor 4th and Walker 

Hair Work, 

Moore Mrs M E, es Sandusky av s 
Johnston 

Hardumre. 

Gottfried J A & Bro, w s Sandusky 

av s Wyandot av 
Hale & Kirby, w s Sandusky av 

s Wyandot av 



DR. STOCKTON has been in Upper Sandusky over five Years. 



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WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Hats and Caps. 
Fleck H, n e cor Sandusky and 

Wyandot av 
Miller L C, Pierson House Block 
Vo2:el F, w 9 Sandusky av n ^Vy- 

andot av 
Widman W A. w s Sandusky av n 
Johnston 

Hotels. 

Franklin House, n w cor Sandusky 

av and Hicks 
Hudson House, n e cor Sandusky 

av and Walker 
Pierson House, e s Sandusky av 

n Johnston 
Railroad Hotel, s \v cor 5th and 

Hicks 

Ice. 

Gipson W A, east end Findlay 
Insurance Agents. 

Bowman & Pool, Centennial Block 

Holmes S W, Beery 's Block 

Kail A & W M, s \v cor Sandusky 
and W van dot avs 

McConnell J B, McConnell's Block 

Wirick S J, n s VVyundot av e 
Sandusky av 

Justices of the Peace. 

Sraalley Allen, w s Sandusky av s 
Wyandot av 

Liven/ and Feed Stable. 

Everett G T, e s Sandusky av n 
Railroad 

Ovens William, rear of Pierson 
House 

Williams J H, s s Johnston e 7th 

Worrello M A, n s Johnston, e 
Sandusky av 

Lu7nher. 

StoU & Co, s e cor 7th and Craw- 
ford 

Waters H, n e cor 7th and Wyan- 
dot av 

Mail Lines. 

Tiffin mail line office s e cor San- 
dusky av and Findlay 

Melmoie mail line, office e s San- 
dusky av s Findlay 

Machine Shop. 
Stevenson G B, e s 8th n Hicks 



Marble Works. 
Bauscher B L, n s Wyandot av w 
5th 

Mattress Manufacturers. 
Roppold & Chamberlain, w s San- 
dusky av s Walker 

Meat Markets. 
Bretz & Kreis, w s Sandusky av s 

Johnston 
Campbell & Persing, McConnell's 

Block 
Haag John, w s Sandiiskv av s 

Walker 
Mang Peter, e s Sandusky av n 
Wyandot av 

Merchant Tailors. 

Fleck H, n e cor Sanduskj- and 
Wyandot avs 

Hasslincrer Philip, w s Sandusky 
av s Johnston 

Owens John, n s Wj^andot av e 
Sandusky av 

Vogel F, w s Sandusk}'^ av n Wy- 
andot av 

Widman W A, w s Sandusky av n 
Johnston 

Millinery, 

Andrews & Bartow, Opera House 

Block 
Miller & E^gleston, w s Sandusky 

av s Johnston 
Pool Mrs G W, AV s Sandusky av 

n W van dot av 

*' • • 

Neics Depot. 

Savidge G A, Pierson House Block 

Newspapers. 

Wyandot County Republican, P 
Cuneo, proprietor, s s Wyandot 
av w Sandusky av 

Wyandot Democratic Union, C L 
Zahm, proprietor, s w cor San- 
dusky av and Johnston 

Photo(iraphers. 

Kinnaman F & C F, e s Sandusky 

av n Johnston 
Russell George H, w s Sandusky 

av s Wyandot av 
VonStein' J, s e cor Sandusky av 

and Johnston 



Dp. Stockton has taken every opportunity to excel as an operator. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



^35 



Physicians. 

Barnes J W, Boery's Block 

Bj'ion I) W, n vv cor 4th and Wy- 
andot a v 

Henderson R A, n w cor Sandusky 
av and Crawford 

Hevni R, w s Sandusky av s Wal- 
ker 

McConnell RN, McConnell's Block 

McDonald Geo T, Archie's Block 

ISmalley J W, s e cor Sandusky av 
and Findlay 

White J W, w s Sandusky av h 
Johnston 

Pianos and Organs. 

Brinkerhoff & Son, n s Wyandot 
av e Sandusky av 

Pork Packer. 

Saltsman W R, n s Wyandot av e 
Sandusky av 

Planing Mills. 

Waters H, n e cor 7th and Wyan- 
do av 

Stolh'fc Co, s e cor 7th and Craw- 
ford 

Plow Makers. 

Lanfersieck A & Co, n s Wyandot 
av w 5th 

Printers. 

Cuneo P, s s Wyandot av w San- 
dusky av 

Zahni C T^, s w cor Sandusky av 
and Johnston 

Beal Y^state. 

Bowman & Pool, Centennial Block 

Kail A & W M, s w^ cor Wyandot 
and Sandusky avs 

Kenan A & G, Wyandot av 

Seaman L R, w s 8th n Bigelow 

Besiaurants . 
Clinker J, iunct C & T and P, Ft 

W & C Ry, 
Gibson M V, n s Wyandot av e 

Sandusky av 
Keller Jacob, w s Sandusky av s 

Walker 
Martin & Orsinger, e s Sandusky 

av n Wj-^andot av 
Oppenheimer Joseph, w s Sandus- 

k}^ av s Walker 



Scljaefer F, n s Wyandot av w 5th 
Wissler Heiman, w s Sandusky av 

n Wyandot av 

Saddles and Harness. 
Katzenmeyer A, w s Sandusky av 

s W^^andot av 
McKelvey R & Son, s s Wyandot 

av w Sandusky av 

Saloons. 

Clark J L, w s Sandusky av s Wy- 
;ni(lot av 

Engel C, s e cor Walker and San- 
dusky av 

Fitzgibbon F J, s e cor 8th and 
Hicks 

Gibson M V, n s Wyandot av e 
Sandusky av 

Goetz X F, n \t cor Sandusky av 
and Walker 

Herrmann H, w' s Sandusky av s 
Wyaiidot av 

FHnkelman C, e s Sandusky ay n 
Wyandot av 

Keller F, w s Sandusky av n Wy- 
andot av 

Keller J, w s Sandusky av s Wal- 
ker 

Kramer G G, e s Sandusky av s 
Walker 

Martin & Orsinger, e s Sandusky 
av n Wyandot av 

Myers G, e s Sanduiky av s Find- 
lay 

Myers H, Pierson House Block 

OT)onnell M, secor 7th and Hicks 

Oppenheimer J, w s Sandusky av 
s Walker 

Orsinger U, e s Sandusky av n 
Johnston 

Reisterer D, e s Sandnsky av s 
Walker 

Schaefer F, n s Wyandot ave San- 
dusky ay 

Simon V, w s Sandusky av n Wy- 
andot av 

Stief L, n e cor Sandusky av and 
Findlay 

Stutz A, n s Wyandot ave 8th 

Tribolet & Son, n e cor Sandusky 
av and Johnston 

VanMarter J, e s Sandusky av s 
Walker 



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WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Wissler H, w s Sandusky av ri 

Wyandot av 
AVeber P, s s Hicks w 5th 

Sash, Doors and Blinds. 

Stoll & Co, s % cor 7th and Craw- 
ford 

Waters Henry, n s Wyandot av w 
Sandusky av 

Saw Mill, 

Myers Geo, s w cor 8th and Kirby 
Road 

Sewing Machines. 

Brinkerhoff & Son, Wj-andot av e 

Sandusky av 
Miller G W, Centennial Block 
Stephan A, Centennial Block 

Spoke Manufacturer. 

Myers Geo, s w cor 8th and Kirby 
Road 

Stoves and Tin Ware. 

Cramer David, n s Wyandot av e 

Sandusky av 
Grose J T, \v s Sandusky av s 

Walker 
Hale & Kirby, w s Sandusky av s 

Wyandot av 



Henry & Henderson, Archie's 
Block 

Taiiner. 
Gloeser J, w s 4th s Wyandot av 

Tile and Brick Yards. 
Grisell 1' E, s w cor Front and 

Church 
MarshallJ W, K 8th 

Tin and Sheet Iron Workers. 

Cramer D, n s Wyandot av e San- 
dusky av 

Grose J T, w s Sandusky av n Wy- 
andot av 

Henry & Henderson, w a Sandus- 
ky av s Walker 

Undertakers, 

Bowman L, n s Wyandot av e 
Sandusky av 

Watches and Jeicelry. 

Brauns E, e s Sandusky av n Wy- 
andot av ' 

Pausch John, n w cor Sandwsky 
av and Johnston 

Wool. 

Hunt& White, cor Sandusky av 
and R3" 



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CITY OFFICERS. 
Mayor, Peter B Beidler 
Clerk, Allen Smalley 
Solicitor, D I) Hare 
Treasurer, Frank Keller 
Street Commissioner, Fred Ritter 
Marshal, P J VanMarter 

COUNCIL. 

1st Ward, W B Hitchcock, Ewald 

Brail ns, G W Freet 
2nd Ward, Jacob Gottfried, John 

F Myers, Michael O'Donnell 

ASSESSORS. 

1st Ward, Benjamin Liebenthal 
2nd Ward, John F Myers 

F^IRE DEPARTMENT. 
M C Mealy, Chief 
John Seiders, First Assistant 
Jacob Tribolet, Second Assistant 
John Miller, Secretary 
Scott Coon, Chief Engineer 
Engine House north side Wyandot 
av west of Sandusky av 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 
President, Jonathan S Hare 
Secretary, Curtis Berry, jr 
Treasurer, Joseph Gloeser 
Dr. S. H White 



Dr. J W Smalley 
R A McKelly 

WYANDOT COUNTY OF- 
FICERS. 
Thomas Beer, Judge of Court of 

Common Pleas 
Robert D Dumm, Clerk Court of 

Common Pleas 
M H Kirby, Prosecuting Attorney 
Jacob Shaefer, Sheriff 
John Agertcr, Auditor 
Simeon Inman, Recorder 
Jonathan S Hare, Treasurer . 
George W Biles, Treasurer after 

Sept 1st 
Jocil W Gibson, Probate Judge 
Jacob Gret*k, Survej^or 
Jacob Tribolet, Coroner 
Peter Baum, Jacob Yentzer, Wm 

Ayers, Commissioners 
Jacob Swartz, Michael Depler, 

Robert McBeth, Infirmary Di- 
rectors 

CRANE TOWNSHIP OF- 
FICERS. 
Trustees, John Blon, Jos Gloeser, 

Wm Gibson 
Treasurer, Lawrence Bowman 



Have youp children's Teeth cared for. Call on Dr. Stockton. 



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WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Clerk, W E Bowsher 

Justice of the Pence, Allen Smal- 

ley 
Constables, P J VanMarter, Alex 

Little 

CHURCH DIRECTORY. 

CATHOLIC. 

St Peter's Catholu' Church, s e cor 
7th and F.indlay, Rev. Charles 
Braischler, pastor. Mass 8 a ni, 
High Mass 10 a m, Vespers 2 p 
ni, Instruction 1 :30 p m 

EV^ANGELICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Church n \v cor 4th and Walker. 
Rev Peter Pfeiter, pastor. Ser- 
vices ever}^ other Sunday at 
10:30 a m'; Sunday Schoofat9 
a m 

LUTHERAN. 

English Lutheran Cliurcli, east 
side Fifth nortli of Findlay, 
Rev S Feuner pastor. Services 
every other Sabbath at 10:30 
a m 

St Paul's Lutheran Church, (Ger- 
man,) north east cor Sandusky 
av and Bigelow, Rev W F Hel- 
ler pastor, Services 10 a m, Sun- 
da}'- Sciiool 9 a m 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

Methodist Episcopal Church, south 
east cor Seventh and Johnston, 
Rev T L Wiltse pastor, services 
10 :30 a m, 7 p m ; Sunday school 
2 :30 p m 

PRESBVTEKIAN. 

Presbj^terian Church, north east 
eor Seventh and Johnston, Rev 
R C Colmf^ry pnstor, services 
10:30 a ra, 7pm, Sunday scliool 
2 :30 p rn 

REFORMED. 

German Reformed Church, east 
side Fifth north of Findlay, 
Rev C Wisner pastor, services 
alternate Sundays in English 
and German; German service 
10 a m, English service 2 p m, 
Sunday school 9 a m 

UNITED BRETHREN IN CHRIST. 

United Brethren Church, south 
east cor Findlay and Seventh, 



Rev VV Martin pastor, services 
10 :30 a m, 7 p m ; Sunday school 
9am 

MASONIC. 

Mall s \v cor Sandusky and Wy- 
andot avenues, third story 
McCutchen's Chapter No 98 R A 

M, meet second Monday in each 

month. 

Jonathan Maffltt, M E H P 

Heniy Maddux, K 

Cummins Culver, S 

Jonatlian S Hare, C H 

W A Gipson, P S 

G W Kenan, R AC 

D P Demarest, M 3i d V 

F Beidler, M 2nd Y * 

J Oppenlieimer, M 1st Y 

Levi Sliultz, G 

M H Kirby, Sec 

.Tohn K Engel, Treas 
Warpole Lodge, No 176 F & 4 I^i 

meet first and third Tuesdays of 

each month. 

D D Hare, W M 

Allen Smalley, S W 

Samuel Walter, J W 

L C Miller, S D 

Frank Mark, J D 

R A Wagner, Tyler 

Henry Maddux, Secy 

J W Smalley, Treas 

ODD FELLOWS. 
Hall s w cor Sandusky and Wy- 
andot avenues, third story 
Wyandot Lodge No 110, meet ev- 

erv Wednesday evening 
. B'Shafer, N G 

Jacob H Hutfman, Y G 

C 'I'schanen, Secj' 

L Bowman, Treas 

WYANDOT COUNTY AGRI- 
CULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Fair Ground, north end Sandusky 
av. Time of holding Fair Sept 
25, 26, 27 and 28, 1877 
J S Rappee, President 
G AV Kenan, Vice President 
E A Gordon. Treasurer 
C B Hare, Secy 



J. A. STOCKTON, Dentist, Office over Wyandot County Bank. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



139 



DIRECTORS. 

I J Anderson, Cummins Culver, 
Robt McBeth, T V Reber, 8 U 
White, H J Starr, Moses Kirby, 
Tillman Balliet, Cyrus Griiiith, 
William Seligman, .John R Lay- 
ton, Benjamin Williams 

UPPER SAXDUSKY* BOOK 
CLUB. 

liibrarv Hall, Beerv's Block 
Mrs i R B.^ery, President 
Allan Smalle3^ Vice President 
J VV Fouciit, Treas 
W F Pool, Secy 
D P Demarest, Librarian 

CEMETERIES. 

Indian Mission Cemetery, north- 
east cor Fifth and Churcli 

Oak Hill Cemetery, 8th street, 11.3 
miles south of city, office ai First 
National Bank,T"E Grisell Pres, 
.fas G Roberts, Clerk and Treas 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE OF 
WYAXDOT COUNTY WITH 
P O ADDRESSES 

AXTRIM TOWNSHIP. 

Charles VV Burker, Nevada 
J W Lilley, Nevada 

CRANE TOWNSHIP. 

Robert Lowry, Upper Sandusky 
Allen Srnalley, Upper Sandusky 

CRAWFORD TOWNSHIP, 

David Harpster, Carey 
D B Kentfield, Carey 
Geo W MulhoUand, Carey 

EDEN TOWNSHIP. 

John A Amlin, Seal 
William B Miller, Nevada 

JACKSON TOWNSHIP. 

S C Anderson, Kirby 
M H Waltermii-e, Forest 

MARSEILLES TOWNSHIP. 

E K Ferris, Marseilles 
H S Ormerod, Marseilles 

I MIFFLIN TOWNSHIP. 

M L Rowland, Kirby 

J A .Swartz, Upper Sandusky 

PITT TOWNSHIP. 

T M Bowman, Upper Sandusky 
Edward Montee, Little Sandusky 



RICHLAND TOWNSHIP. 

William Bristol, Whartonsburgh 
James Southard, Whartonsburgh 

RIDGE TOWNSHIP. 

Isaac Wohlgamuth, Van Lue 

SALEM TOWNSHIP. 

HD Michaels, Whartonsburgh 
Peter Tracliseljr, Upper Sandusky 

SYCAMORE TOWNSHIP. 

John E Goodrich, Sycamore 
George W Biles, Sycamore 

TYMOCHTEE TOWNSHIP. 

William Corfman, Belle Vernon 
Isaac HDnburau, McCutclienville 
John F Sherwood, Belle Vernon 

NOTARIES PUBLIC IN WYAN- 
DOT COUNTY WITH P O AD- 
DRESSES 
Peter B Beidler, Upper Sandusky 
CurtisR Berry ir *' " 

S W Holmes, ' 

Adam Kail, *' " 

John D Sears, " ♦' 

Lewis R Seaman, '* " 

F'red Shaefer, "■ " 

Adam Stutz, " '< 

Alexander F Anderson, Carey 
Enoch D Bare, '' 

I^ewis A Brunnei', " 

David Harpster, " 

Milton B Smith, 
Cyrus Sears, Fowler City 
xVlfred Ensminger, Kiiby 
Maurice Curi'an, Little Sandusky 
James L Cook, Nevada 
James C Stalter, Sycamore 

STREET DIRECTORY. 

Bigelow, crosses Sandusky av, third 
north of Wyandot av 

ChurchjCrosses Sandusky av, fourth 
north of Wyandot av 

('rawford, crosses Sandusky av, 
third south of Wyandot av 

Eighth, crosses Wyandot av, sec- 
ond west of Sandusky av 

Fifth, crosses Wyandot av, liist 
east of Sandusky av 

Findlay, crosses Sandusky av, sec- 
ond north of Wyandot av 

Foui'th, crosses Wyando' av, sec- 
ond east of Sanduskv av 



If your Teeth ape good, keep ihem so by having them filled, 



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WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Front, from Wyandot av north, 
fourth east of Sandusky av 

Guthrie, from Eighth west, north 
of Bigelow 

Hazel, crosses Wyandot av, third 
west of Sandusky av 

Hicks, Icrosses Sandusky av, sec- 
ond south of Wyandot av 

Johnston, crosses Sandusky av, 
first south of Wyandot av 

Kirby, from Sandusky av west, 
fifth south of Wyandot av 

Sandusky av, from north to south, 
passing the Court House, the 
principal business street of the 
village 



Second, from Wyandot av north, 

fourth east of Sandusky av 
Seventh, crosses Wyandot av, fi.rst 

west of Sandusky av 
South, from Sandusky av west, 

fourth south of Wyandot av 
Third, crosses Wyandot av, third 

east of Sandusky av 
Walker, crosses Sandusky av, first 

north of Wyandot ad 
Warpool, from Wyandot av north, 

fourth west of Sandusky av 
Wyandot av, from east to west, 

crossing Sandusky av at the 

Court House 



PERSONAL NOTICES. 



DEMAREST & HOWELL. 

To those of our friends desiring anything in the line of Dent- 
istry, we respectfully recommend them to call upon the above 
named firm. They can be found at the old stand, over the Dry 
Goods store of L H, & A. Beery, where they will at all times be 
pleased to see their friends and the public generally. Their work 
shows for itself, and they refer with pleasure to their patrons for 
any recommendations which may be desired. The firm have in 
use all the late improvements for Artificial Teeth, and challenge 
any of the fraternity to furnish anything more beautiful or durable. 
Their prices, too, are as low as the lowest. 

Drs. Demarest and Howell will visit, for professional duties, 
the towns of Carey, Nevada, Marseilles, Forest and Sycamore, in 
the following order : Carey— first and third Tuesdays of each 
month, Nevada— second Wednesday in each month. Forest- 
fourth Wednesday in each month. Marseilles— first Monday in 
each month. Sycamore— third Monday in each month. 

Dr. Howell, the junior member of the firm, makes a specialty 
of Gold Filling, having had several years experience in that 
branch. Dr. Howell stands at the head of his profession, and 
will devote his entire time to attending to the wants of customers. 
The public generally are invited to call at the office of Drs. 
Demarest & Howell and examine their work and prices. Thank- 
ful for pr.st favors, they solicit a continuance of the same. 

F. & C. F. KINNAMAN. 
These gentlemen have recently located in Upper Sandusky. 
They are old and experienced artists, and will henceforward give 
their whole time and attention to their line of business. Their 



Dp. Stockton is the only fipst-class Operator in Upper Sandusky. 

142 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Gallery is the old stand formerly occupied by D. Rider. Besides 
being No. i Photographers, they are also first-class Portrait 
Painters, and will be pleased to execute this branch of their busi- 
ness for all those who desire it, at reasonable prices. We under- 
stand that Photographers in different parts of the country are 
continually sending their work to these gentlemen to have it en- 
larged and finished in different styles — either Ink, Crayon or 
Water Colors, — a fact which sufficiently demonstrates their ability 
in this beautiful but difficult art. The senior member of the firm 
is one of the oldest artists in Northwestern Ohio, having taken 
his first lessoni in the days when daguereotypes were the only pic- 
tures made. The firm have in their employ Mr. Will Kinnaman, 
a young Portrait Painterof extraordinary ability and success, who 
will always take delight in exhibiting specimens of his skill, or in 
painting the portraits of those who desire to see themselves "as 
large as life and twice as natural," — either lady or gentleman. It 
is no longer necessary to send to New York or elsewhere to have 
your picture enlarged, since it can be done as well and as low by 
this firm, here at home. The public are cordially invited to call 
at their rooms and examine specimens of their work. 

Since writing the above, the senior member of the firm ex- 
hibits to us a specimen of his Ivory Miniature Pictures — some- 
thing quite novel, and certainly as handsome as anything the art 
can produce. We advise all to eall and see them. 



B. L. BAUSCHER. 

One of the most enterprising business men of Wyandot 
County is the gentleman whose name heads this article. For sev- 
eral years he has been engaged in the manufacture and sale of 
Monuments, Tombstones, etc., during which time he has filled 
orders for a wide range of country. Mr. Bauscher's long experi- 
ence and practical knowledge of the business enables him to sup- 
ply his patrons with a superior article of work, and at prices as 
low as the same articles can be had for in any part of the coun- 
try. Mr. Bauscher is the only sole agent for Wyandot county 
for the sale of the patent Metallic Grave Cover. The object 
of this invention is to furnish an article practical, durable and 



Dp. Stockton has all the late improvements in his oftice. 



•WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 143 



cheap, that will take the place of the ordinary base stone, and 
provide for holding the head and footstones more permanently 
than the usual way of setting them. These covers are made ot gal- 
vanized iron, substantial and durable, and will not rust or corrode. 
They are provided with two holes on each end to receive the dowels. 
When a family monument is erected, additional graves may be 
adorned by this cover, on the top of which a small block of marble 
may be placed to receive the inscription; and where headstones 
have been put up, this cover can be placed up to the base of the 
headstone, and in this way it adds to the appearance of the marble 
work, and makes a very desirable improvement. For further in- 
formation, call at Mr Bauscher's shop and see one on exhibition. 



Dr. J. A. STOCKTON. 

Among the business men of Upper Sandusky deserving of 
more than ordinary mention, is the popular dentist. Dr. J. A. 
Stockton. He stands high in his profession, and is, withal, a kind 
hearted, affable gentleman. His Dental Rooms are over the Wy- 
andot County Bank, Call and see him. 



HALE & KIRBY. 

The gentlemen composing this firm have been in the hardware 
business in Upper Sandusky for many years. They are first class 
business men in every respect, in whom the public repose implicit 
confidence. We take pleasure in recommending them to any of 
our readers in need of anything in their line 



J. & J. WENSINGER, 

DEALERS IN 

DRY GOODS, NOTIONS 

Boots and Shoes, Queensware, Wood and Willow 
Ware, S^-c.-, SfC. 

Southwest Corner Findlay and Vance Streets, 

O^E^EY, OHIO. 

■Country Produce taken in exchange for goods at Highest Market Price. 



If you want a set of Teeth call on STOCKTON. 

144 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

DEALER IN 

PURE DRUGS ^MEDICINES, 

FminiSt Oils, Books and Simiionery, 

CAREY, OHIO. 

I aim to keep constnntly on hand ;i full and complete stock of good^in 
in my line, and Hatter myself that I can come as near suiting the 
wiintp of the public as any other Drug- House in the country. 
All the Standard Patent Medicines kept for sale. Paint- 
ers' Materials, best grades and lowest prices. 

A FUJ.I. TjINE of wall paper, WIJSDOW shades, AJSn €lJi- 
TaIN EIXTlJItES. PritE WINES AND I.IQVOItS FOM MEDI- 
CAL PURPOSES. TOILET ARTICLES tnid FANCY GOODS. 

Proprietor of D. Harpster's Celebrated HORSE and CATTLE POWDERS. Chi- 
cago Ague Breaker and Buckeve Pain Killer, Prescriptions accurately compounded 
with dispatch, and at all hours. In my official capacity, as Justice of the Peace and No- 
tary Public, will attend promptly to all collections entrusted to my care, and will pay 
special attention to Conyeyancing. 



LXjDAVIG & KELLER, 



DEALERS IN 



Dry Goods and Groceries, 

QUJEIJA^SWJEU, BOOTSAJV'D SHOES. 

* QXJIOIt ^ALES AINr> S3JAI.L I>R01PITS' 
IS OUR 31 OTTO. 

Sovitheast Corner Findlay and Vance Streets, 

CAREY, OHIO. 



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MMmmmAL iws m mmm, 

Aber Hiram, teamster, res s s North e Patterson 

American House, s s Findlay w Patterson, Philip Enters propr 

Anderson A F, attorney at law ss Findlay e Vance, res w s Clay s 

C S and C Ry 
Aspinall Bros, proprs Carey Woolen Mills, n s South e Vance 
Aspinall Edward, (Aspinall Bros,) res n s South w Vance 
Aspinall Wm, (Aspinall Bros,) res n s Findlay w Vance 
Aspinall Wm W, woolen manuf, bds n s Findlay w Vance 
Augustus Charles, tailor, bds Gait House 
Bare Franklin, elk, res s s Findlay w Vance 
Bare E D, attorney at law, s s Findlay e Vance 
Barnheiser John, res n s Mud w Vance 
Barnheiser Thomas, lab bds, n s Mud w Vance 
Battenfield John, cooper, res e s C S and C Ry s South 
Battenfield Joseph W, cooper, res s s North e Vance 



Dp. Stockton pays particular Attention to preserving NaturalTeeth. 

146 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Bavar Robert, farmer, res w C S and C Ry s Findlay Road 

Bechtel Mrs Amelia, res n w cor North and C S and C Ry 

Bechtel Daniel, teamster, res n s South w Patterson 

Bernheiser Miss Delia, dressmaker n s Findlay w Vance, res same 

Bernheiser Samuel G, lab, res n s Findlay w Vance 

Bitler Samuel, (VanBuren & Bitler,") res s s Findlay e Patterson 

F^ixby Amos, clothing n s Findlay e Vance, res s s Findlay w Clay 

Bixby John, watches and jewelry n s Findlay e Vance, bds e C S 

and C Ry s South 
Bogard Charles, supt public schools, res n s Mud w Vance 
Bourne J I), baggageman C S and C Ry, bds Gait House 
Bowsher Anthony, saloon s s Findlay w Patterson, res s w cor 

Findlay Branch and Mud 
Bray ton Asa, physician, s e cor Findlay and Vance, res s s Find- 
lay w Vance 
Brown Anthony, res e C S and C Ry s South 

Brown Geo R, tinner, s s Findlay w Ry, res e s Patterson s Findlay 
Brown Mrs Hannah, res s s Findlay w Vance 
Burch Ebenezer, res n e cor Clay and Findlay Branch 
Burney Alexander, lab, bds n s Findlay Branch e ('lay 
Burney Mrs Sarah, res n s Findlay Branch e Clay 
Burkland Charles, porter Gait House 

Burlin Hiram, section boss C S and C Ry, res w s Patterson s South 
("arey Flouring Mills, Colton Bros proprs, s e cor Findlay and C 

S and C Ry 
CAREY TIMES, S M Gillingham propr, s s Findlay e Vance 

OABOTHERS A, Baker and dealer in foreign and domestic 
Fruits, Teas, Coffees, Spices, Sugars, Confectioneries 
&c, Findlay st, Carey, 0. 

Carothers Abram, mayor, res n w cor North and Vance 
< ^arothers Jemes D, res n w cT)r Mud and Patterson 
Carothers VV, druggist, s s Findlay e Vance, bds DeWitts restaurant 
Chesebro G W, grocer, s s Findlay e Vance, res n s Findlay e Pat- 
terson 
Close C B, elk bds n s Findlay e Clay 
Close Freeman, elk, bds n s Findlay e Clay 
Close G, hardware n s Findlay e Vance, res n s Findlay e Clay 
Cromer Belle, servant Joseph Roll s s Findlay w Vance 
Cochran Sanford, barkeeper, bds s s South e Vance 
Colton Bros, proprs Carey flouring mills s e cor Findlay and C S 

and C Ry 
Colton J H, (Colton Bros,) res Bellefontaine 
Colton Robert, (Colton Bros,) ras n s Findlay w Vance 
Conaghan Frank, wagon maker, bds Gait House 



DR. STOCKTON makes no failure putting in Gold Fillings. 



HP 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 147 

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—AND DEALER IN- 



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Ready-Made Clothing, Hats, Caps, Trunks and 

Valises. 
Findlay Street, - - CAREY, OHIO. 

Conrad J B (Shireman & Conrad,) bds Dewitt's Restaurant 

Corvvin Jno M, lab, bds n s Findlay e Patterson 

Cox M, hardware, n s Findlay e Vance, res s s Findlay e Clay 

Dame Charles, teacher, res n s Findlay e Patterson 

Dame Eli, broom maker, e s Vance s Findlay, res n s Findlay e 

Patterson 
Dame Harry, printer, res n s Findlay e Patterson 
Dame Henry, lab, res n s Findlay e Patterson 
Dame Mrs Sophia, res n s Findlay e Patterson 
Damon Nicholas, cooper, res n e cor Taylor and Clay 
Davis Samuel, plasterer, res n s Findlay e Patterson 
Deardorf John, carpenter, res s s Findlay e Patterson 
Deardorf Silas, carpenter, bds s s Findlay e Patterson 
Denman Mrs Levisa, res s C S cfe C R'y e Clay 
DeWitt J W, boarding, n s Findlay e Vance 
Donahue Jackson, barber, bds American House 
Dow Alvin, farmer, res n w cor Vance and Findlay 
Dow John C, res n w cor Vance and Findlay 
Duebel Rev, Pastor German Lutheran Church, res e s Patterson s 

South 
Dustman H C, photograper, n s Findlay e Vance, res e s Patterson 

s Findlay 
Dustman Rev J M, pastor, Lutheran Chvrch, res s e cor Findlay 

and Lake 
England Miss Mary, tailoress, bds n s Mud e Vance 
Enters Philip, prop'r American House, n s Findlay w Patterson 
Fetters H, saloon, n s Findlay e Vance, res same 
Finnel Elijah, res e s Clay s Findlay Branch 
Finnell George, lab, res e s Clay s Findlay Branch 
Fisk Mrs Mary, res n s Findlay e Patterson 

Foster Thomas, physician, n e cor North and Patterson, res same 
Frederick E, saloon, s s Findlay vv Findlay Branch, res s e cor 

Patterson and South 
Freeze Marion, baker, bds n s Findlay e A^ance 



Value received always given by DR. STOCKTON. 



148 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Gait House, F T Worrello proD'r, cor Findlay and Findlay Branch 

Galbroner Louis, wagon maker, res n s South w Patterson 

Galbroner Peter, (Roll & Galbroner,) res s s South e Vance 

Gangloff Philip, gardener, bds s e cor Findlay and C S & G R'y 

Garn Jeremiah, lab, res w s Vance n North 

Gear Allen, teacher, res s s Findlay w Vance 

Gear E M, elk, bds s s Findlay w Vance 

Gear Jacob, carpenter, res s s Findlay w Vance_ 

Gear Mitchel, teacher, res s s Findlay w Vance 

George Joseph, farmer, res s s Findlay w Vance 

Getzinger John, track master, C S i^ C R'y, res n s North e Vance 

Gibbs A E, Agent C S & C R'y and U S Ex Co, res n s Findlay 

w Vance 
Gilbert Simon, warehouseman, res e s Patterson s South 
Gipson Arlon, foreman Times, bds DeVV'itt's Restaurant. 
GILLINGHAM S M, Editor and Proprietor, Carey Times, s s 

Findlav e Vance 
Goodman Miss Lucy, res w s Patterson s Findlay 
Goosman John, lab, res n e cor Findlay and Patterson 
Gould Oscar P, barber, n s Findlay e Vance, res s s North w C S 

& C R'y 
Graves Henry, elk, bds Gait House 
Greek Samuel, res n s Findlay w Vance 
Greeno John, lab, res n s Findlay e Patterson 
Greeno Samuel, teamster, res n s Findlay e Patterson 
Gregg Robert, grocer and postmaster, s s Findlay w R'y, res n s 

Findlay Branch e Clay 

You can get your Job Work well done, promptly done 
and cheaply done, at the Carey Times OflTiee 

Grossell Charles, cabinetmaker, bds ss Findlay e Patterson 
Grossell Henry, (Grossell & Bro,) res n s Findlay w Vance 
Grossell John & Bro (John Grossell, Henry Grossell), furniture, n 

s Findlay e Clay 
Hackenberger John, (Hackenberger & Nye,) res ss Findlay e Pat- 
terson 
Hackenberger & Nye (J Hackenberger, Geo Nye,) meat market 

s s Findlay w R'y 
Hannum Miss Huldah, tailoress, bds s s Findlay Branch w C S & 

CR'y 
Hare Mrs Levi, res n s Findlay Branch e Clay 
Harmer Frank, teamster, res n w cor Patterson and South 
Harpster David, druggist, n s Findlay e Vance, res s s Findlay w 
Vance 



DR. STOCKTON'S charges are always reasonable. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 149 



Harris Charles, saloon, s s Findlay wFindlay Branch, res s s South 

e Vance 
Harris O, lab, res e C S (S: C Ry s South 
Harris William, cabinetmaker, res s s South e C S tS; C Ry 
Hart Mrs Elvira, res w s Clay s Findlay Branch 
Hart Mrs Mary, res n s Findlay Branch e Clay 
Harshberger John, teamster, res n s North e Vance 
Henderson R, barber and hairdresser. Gait House Block 
Hern don A J, farmer, res s s Mijd w Vance 
Herndon James, farmer, res s s Findlay w Clay 
Herndon Jonas, elk, bds s s Findlay w Findlay Branch 
Herndon Joseph, teamster, res n w cor Clay and South 
Herndon J L, (J L Herndon & Co, ) res s s Findlay w Findlay 

Branch 
Herndon J L & Co, grocers, s s Findlay w Findlay Branch 
Hoff Charles, brickmason, res s s Mud w Vance 
Hopkins Herbert, brickmason, res s s Mud w Vance 
Hotel George, teamster, res n s Findlay Branch, e Clay 
Houck Hen'ry, broker, res n s Findlay w Vance 
Humbert W K, carpenter, res n s Findlay w Vance 
lUig Edward, physician, s e cor Findlay and C S ((: C Ry 

ILLIG, DR. GL S F, Physician and Surgeon, Main Street, 
Carey, Wyandot county, Ohio, office hours : From / to 
8 a. m., from 12 to 2 p. m., from 6 to 8 p i n. 

Ish James, teamster, res n s South e Patterson 

Jacobs Lewis, carpenter, res \y s Clay s South 

Keating Timothy, lab, res s e cor North and Patterson 

Keller Adam, (Ludwig & Keller), residence country 

Kelly Michael, lab, res n e cor Findlay and Patterson 

Kennard G B, saddles and harness, n s Findlay e Vance, res 

Findlay road w city 
Kesner Henry, painter, res n s Findlay e Patterson 
Kimmerly Mrs Cyrus, res e s Patterson s C S & C Ry 
King E T, carriage painter, bds Gait House 
King John B, teacher, res s s Mud w Vance 
Kneisel Mrs Sarah, res n s North e Patterson 
Kroh Frank, elk, bds s s Findlay e Patterson 
Kuntz H B, machines, res s s Findlay w Vance 
Lamont John, plasterer, res e C S & C Ry s South 
Lance Rev William W, Pastor M E Church, res n e cor Patterson 

and South 
Lane Mrs Catharine, res s s North e Vance 
Laughlin George E, blacksmith, bds n s Findlay Braich e Clay 



J. A. STOCKTON, Dentist, Office over Wyandot County Bank. 



150 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Laughlin Mrs Mary, res n s Findlay Branch e Clay 

Deeper William, res w C S & C Ry s Findlay Branch 

Dowry Edward, lab, res e s Clay s Findlay Branch 

Dudwig Daniel S, elk, bds s w cor Taylor and Mud 

Dudwig Jacob (Dudwig & Keller), res s s South e Vance 

Dudwig & Keller (Jacob Dudwig, Adam Keller,) dry goods, s e cor 

Findlay and Vance 
Dytle Andrew, blacksmith, res es Patterson s South 
Dytle George, blacksmith, e s Vance s Findlay, res n s Mud w 

Vance 
Dytle Henderson, teamster, res s s North e Patterson 
Dytle Samuel, carriage maker, n w cor Findlay and Patterson, res 

same 
Dytle William, telegraph operator, res n s South w Patterson 
Dytle W^ H , elk post office, res n s South w Patterson 
McAlvin Edwin, teamster, res s w cor Findlay Branch and Mud 
McClure Russell, carpenter, res n s Findlay e Patterson 
McCoy Nathan, brickmaker res s s South w Clay 
McDowell Hugh, stockbuyer, res s s Findlay w Vance 
McDowell William, nightwatchman C d^ T Ry, bds s s Findlay w 

Vance 

Valuable Town Lots for Sale by K N McCoiinell, 
Upper SaDdusky, O 



McDowell William, res n s Findlay e Patterson 

McGuire John, livery, n e cor Findlay and C S & C Ry, res n s 

Findlay e Patterson 
Michaels Mrs Mary E, res n s Findlay e Patterson 
Michaels William, elk. bds n s Findlay e Pattterson 
Michaels William N, mason, res n s Findlay e Patterson 
Miller Mrs A E, res sw cor Patterson and South 
Miller Miss Eila, tailoress, bds n s Findlay Branch w C S & C Ry 
Miller Hiram, miller, bds e C S and C Ry s South 
Miller Samuel, blacksmith, res n s Findlay w C d' T Ry 
Miller Mrs Susan, res n s Findlay Branch e Clay 
Misamore Fmanuel, tanner, e s Clay s Findlay res s s Findlay e 

Clay 
Misamore Emma, tailoress, res n s Findlay e Vance 
Mitten Harrison, butcher, res s sMud w Vance 
Montague Mrs Cyrus, res e s Patterson, s South 
Montague George, lab, res e s Clay s Findlay Brauch 
Montague William, farmer, res e s Clay s Findlay Branch 
Montgomery E W, local agent C & TRy, res n s Findlay e Patterson 
Moody Miss Princess, teacher, bds s s Findlay w Clay 



Have youp children's Teeth cared for. Call on Dp. Stockton. 

"^ WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 15 ' 



Mull George, res s s Findlay e Patterson 

Mvers Mrs, res n s Findlay e Patterson 

MYERS ALBERT H, physician, n e cor North and Vance, 



res same 



res. saiin, „ ^ ~r^ o 4.1 

Myers Andy, lab, res e C S & C Ry s South 

Myers George, gardener, res w s Clay s Findlay 

Myers Geo S, elk, res w s Clay s South 

Nesbaum Mrs Weaver, res s s South w Vance 

Newhard G F, elk, bds n s Findlay w Vance 

Newhard Jacob, elk, res n s Findlay w Vance 

Newhard J P, elk, bds n s Findlay vv Vance 

Ny^ Adam, broommaker, res w s Clay s Findlay Branch 

Nye Andrew, teamster, res s s South e Patterson 

Nye Andrew, tailor, res n s North e Patterson 

Nye Mrs Catharine, res n s Mud w Vance ^^ ^ „ 

Nye David S, grocer, s s Findlay w C S & C Ry, res n s JNortn w 

CS&CRy n<iJi r-R. 
Nve Frisbie, elk, res s s North w C S & C Ky 
Nye George (Haekenberger & Nye,) res w s Clay s South 
Nye Harrison, teacher, res s e cor Lake and Mud 
Nye Jacob H, farmer, res n s North e Patterson 
Nye William K, butcher, res w s Clay, s South 

"^l^Tl^e^t^otograpl.s'in Upper Sai.dusk, at Kin- 
nanian's . — - — 

ORgM^arah, res s s South e C S and C Ry 

S » ■S.-s.':'.: : •. ?:= : l;:r 

R JS'fii' "'mS*'*' Shu-,.,, ,» . . Fi.<l% . V.nc. 

Rensel . farmer, res e s Ry s Clay 

Reynolds G W, carpenter, res s s North e Patterson 
Reynolds John, teamster, res e Ry s South 
Richardson James E, moulder, res " «.No"h e ^f 'f ^°" 
Richardson L Whitney, elk, res n s Findlay w Lake 
Roberts M iss Louisa, res s s South e Ry 

l^uto G^^Tb^o^'etnSu'^ot'petrSroner,) wagon makers, 
w s Vance s Findlar 



Dr. Stockton defies competition quality of work considered. 

152 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Roll Joseph, (Roll & Galbroner,) res s s Findlay w Vance 

Rowe" Mrs Catharine, res n s North e Vance 

Royer Dr A J, res s s Findlay w Vance 

Riihl Bros,[G W Riihl, John Ruhl.] saddlers, s s Findlay w Vance 

Ruhl George \V, [Ruhl Bros,] res Findlay, O 

Ruhl John, [Ruhl Bros,] res Findlay O 

Sage Egbert, sewing machines, res n s South w Vance 

Saltz George, lau, res s e cor Clay and Vance 

Shell abarger Abram, carpenter, res s s Findlay e Patterson 

Shellhovise G W, farmer, res n s North e Patterson 

Shellhouse Edward, nurseryman, res e s Clay s Findlay Branch 

Shireman & Conrad, [John Shireman, J B Conrad,] boots and 

shoes, s s Findlay w Ry 
Shireman John, (Shireman & Conrad,) res s w cor Findlay and 

Patterson 
Shoemaker William, cooper, res e C S and C Ry s South 
Shuman Jacob, carpenter, res n s Findlay w Vance 
Shuman Miss S A, (Reader tt Shuman,) res s s Findlay e Vance 
Sickley Sampson, farmer, res w s Patterson s South 
Siddall J R, saloon s s Findlay e Vance, bds American House 
Sipes David, carpenter, res n s Findlay Branch e Clay 
Simonies John, barkeeper, bds n s Findlay e Vance 
vSimonis Miss Maggie, (Webb it Simonis,) res n s Findlay e Vance 
Simonis Peter, res s s Findlay e Patterson 
Slemmer George, cabinet maker, res s s Findlay w Vance 
Smitn Chas, tel opr C S and C Ry, bds DeWitt's restaurant 
Smith H 1, miller H Walborn, res s s South w Vance 

SMITH M B, attorney at law, notary public, real estate col- 
lecting and insurance agent, ( arey, Ohio. All busi- 
ness attended to with care and promptness. Kes n s 
Findlay opp Lake 



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Snook Jacob, butcher, res n s South e Patterson 

Snyder Amos, butcher, bds s s Findlay e C S and C R; 

Snyder Jacob, butcher, res s s Findlay e C S and C Ry 

Sobley John B, lab, res n s North e Vance 

Sock rider Joseph, blacksmith, res n s South w Patterson 

Soleleather Mrs Harriet, res n s Findlay Branch e Clay 

Stahl John, farmer, res s s Findlay e C S and C Ry 

Starr William, res n s South w Patterson 

Steinmetz N, boots and shoes e s Vance s Findlay, res n s Taylor 

w Mud 
Stevens George, lab, res s s North w C S and C Ry 
Stief Charles, brickmaker, res w s Clays South 



DR. STOCKTON has been in Upper Sandusky over five Years. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 153 



Straw David, president People's Bank, res n s Findlay w Vance 

Straw D H, cashier People's Hank, res n s Findlay w Vance 

SuUivAn Michael, lab, res s s North e Vance 

Summers William, res e s Patterson s South 

Sutherland William, cooper, res e s Clay s Findlay Branch 

Sutphen J Z, clothing n s Findlay e Vance, res s s South e'^ Vance 

Sutphen R D, res n s North w Vance 

Tanner Landon A, lab, res s s North e Vance 

Tanner Tinsey, tailor, res s s North e Vance 

Teal Edwin, carpenter, res n s Findlay e Patterson 

Tyson Mrs Mary, res n s Findlay Branch e Clay 

VanBurend' Bitler, (S C VanBuren, Samuel Bitler, ) foundry and 

machine shop s e cor North and Vance 
VanBuren S C, (VanBuren & Bitler,) res s s South w Vance 
Vanolindy Adam, drayman, res n s Findlay Branch e Clay 
Wagner Anthony, carpenter, res w s Clay s South 
Walborn Henry, flouring mill s s South e Lake, res n s Mud e Lake 
Walton Marcus M, lab, res n s Findlay e Patterson 
Webb Miss Hattie, (Webb d: Simonis,) res n s Findlay e Vance 
Webb& Simonis, (Hattie Webb, Maggie Simonis,) millinery, n 

s Findlay e Vance 
Weber J F, wagon maker, res e s Patterson n North 
Weber Walton, carriage maker, res s s Findlay e Patterson 
Wensinger John, {] d: ] Wensinger,) bds Gait House 
Wensinger Joseph, '(J & J Wensinger,) bds DeWitt's restaurant 
Wensinger J & J ,) John Wensinger, Joseph Wensinger,) dry goods 

s w cor Findlay and Vance 
Will Peter J, grocer n s Findlay e Vance, res n s Findlay w Vance 
Will William, elk, bds n s Findlay w Vance 
Williams C, carpenter, res s s Findlay w Vance 
Wisner James, teacher, bds s s Findlay w Vance 
Wonder Henry, section boss C and T Ry, res Patterson s South 
Wonder J W, lab, res n s North e Patterson 
Wonder Joseph, lab, res e s Patterson s South 
Woodsworth E, cutter, res w s Clay s South 
Woodworth Truman, hardware s s Findlay w Ry, res s e cor Find. 

lav and C S and C Ry 
Wyborn William, shoemaker, res w s Patterson s Findlay 
Yohe Jacob, teamster, res e s Patterson s South 
Youna- Hiram, saw mill and lumber n w cor North and Patterson, 

res one and one-half miles west of village 
Young Ralph S, with H Young, res s s Findlay w Patterson 
Zuck C W D, ieweler, res n s Findlay w Vance 
Zuck Oscar, jeweler n s Findlay e Vance, res n s Findlay w Vance 



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©las©iii@4 ^'yi,©l^@gs IS'lmm^^m^y, 



Attorneys at Law. 

Anderson A F, s 8 Findlay e Vance 
Smith M B, s s Findlay e Vance 

Bakers and Confectioners. 
Carothers A, n s Findlay e Vance 

Banks. 
Poeples Bank, n s Findlay e Vance 

Barbers. 

Henderson R, Gait House Block 

Boots and Shoes. 

rthirenian & Conrad, ss Findlay vv 

Findlay Branch 
Steinmetz A,e s Vance s Findlay 

Carriage Makers. 
Lytle S, n w cor Findlay and Pat- 
terson 
Roll & Galbroner, w s Vance s 
Findlay 

Clothing. 

Bixby A, n s Findlay e Vance 

Dressmakers. 

Bernheiser Miss D, n s Findlay w 

Vance 
Webb & Simonis, Findlay e Vance 



Druggists. 

Chesebro G W, Findlay e Vance 
Harpster D, n s Findlay e Vance 

Dry Goods. 

Ludwig J, s e cor Findlay and 

Vance 
Wensinger J & J, s w cor Findlay 
and Vance 

Flouring Mill^. 
Colton Bros, s e cor Findlay and 

C S & C Ry 
Walborn H, s s South e Clay 

Foundry. 
VanBuren & Bitler, s e cor ISTorth 
and Vance 

Furniture. 
Grossell J & Bro, Findlay e Vance 

Grocers. 
Carothers A, n s Findlay e Vance 
Ch«sebro G W, ss Findlay e Vance 
DeWitt J W, n s Findlay e Vance 
Gregg 'R, s s Findlay w Findlay 

Branch 
Prior W, n s Findlay e Vance 
Wensinger J & J, cor Findlay and 

Vance 
Will P, n s Findlay e Vance 



If your Teeth are good, keep them so by having them filled. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



155 



Hardvmre. 

Clo.«e G, 11 s Findlay e Vance 
Woodworth T, ss Findlay w Find- 
lay Bran<'h 

Hotels. 

American Hotel, Findlay e Ry 
Gait House, cor Findlay Branch 
and Findlay 

Tnturance Agents. 
Smitli M B, s s Findlay e Vance 
Livery and Feed Stable. 

Gait House, rear of Hotel 
McGuire J, cor Findlay and Ry 

Lumber. 
J n \ 
North 

Meat Markets. 

Hackenber.o: & ^ye, s s Findlay w 
Findlay Branch 

Millinery. 
Reader & Shuman, s s Findlay e 

Vance 
Webb & Siraonis, n s Findlaj'^ e 
Vance 

Newspapers. 

Carej^ Times, S M Gillingham prop, 
s s Findlay e Vance 

Photographers. 

Dustman H C, Findla}" e Vance 



Physicians. 
Brayton A, s e cor Findlay and 

Vance 
Foster T, cor North and Patterson 
Illig (x F, s e cor Findlay and Ry 
Myers A H, cor North and Vance 

Printers. 
Gillingham S M, Findlay e Vance 

Peal Estate. 
Smith M B, s s Findlay e Vance 

Pestaiirants . 
DeWitt J VV, n s Findlay e Vance 

Saddles and Harness. 
Kennard G B, n s Findlay e Vance 
Ruhl Bros, s s Findlay w Vance 

Saloons. 
Bowsher A,s s Findlav w Patterson 
Frederick E, s s Findlay w Findlay 

Branch 
Siddall J R, s s Findlay e Vance 

Saw Mill. 
Young H, cor North and Patterson 

Tanner. 
Misamore E, e s Clay s Findlay 
Watches and Jewelry. 

Bixby J, n s Findlay e Vance 
Zuck O, n s Findlay vv Ry 

Woolen Mills. 
Aspinall Bros, South e Vance 



Miscellaneous Directory. 



CITY OFFICEKS. 

Mayor, Abraham Carotliers 
Recorder, C D Hoff 
Marshal, John McGnire 
ConiK'il, Chas Stief, H Walborn, 

P Galbroner, Jos George, Amos 

Bixby,T Wood worth 

CHURCH DIRECTORY. 

CATHOLIC. 

Catholic Church, corner Clay and 
South, Rev J P Gloden, pastor. 
Mass Sam; High Mass 10 a m : 
Vespers 2 p m 

EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Evangelical Church, Rev Hawkes, 
pastor; south side Findlay east 
of Clay. Services 10:30 a m; 
Sunday School 9 a m ; Prayer 
meeting every Wednesday even- 

LUTHERAN. 

Evangelical Lutheran Church, 
Rev J M Dustman, pastor ; south 
side South, east of Vance. Ser- 
vices 10 :30 a m and 7pm; Sun- 
day school 9 :30 a m : Prayer 
meeting every Wednesday even- 
ing 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev 
W W T>ance, pastor; south side 
Findlay eastof Patterson. Ser- 
vices 10 :30 a m and 7:00pm; 
Sunday school 9 a m; Praj^er 
meeting every Wednesday even- 
ing; Young Peoples Prayer 
meeting every Tuesday evening 

UN ITED BR ETH REN . 

I'nited Brethren in Christ, Rev S 
Radebaugh pastor; south side 
South east of Vance. Services 
every other Sabbath at 2 :30 p m 



ODD FELLOWS. 

Wyandot Encampment No 153, 
meet First and Third Tuesday 
evening of each month. x\n- 
drew McDowell, C P; CD Hoff, 
Scribe 

Carey Lodge No 407, meets every 
Tluirsday evening. E S Shell- 
house, N G ; J V King, Secy 

MASONIC. 

Carey Lodge No 420; Stated com- 
munications Second and Fourth 
Fridav in each month. David 
Harpster, W M ; E M Gear, Secy 

GRANGERS. 

Carey Lodge No 357, meets First 
and Third Saturday of each 
month, in Stief's Hall, Carev, O 
John Baker, W M ; J W Powell, 
Secy 

STREET DIRECTORY. 

Clay, from Findlay south, second 

west of C >5 and C Ry 
Columbus av, from Findlay north. 

west of C and T Ry 
Findlay. from the C S and C By 

east and ^vestthe principal busi- 
ness street of the village 
Lake, from Findlay south, third 

west of C S and C Ry 
Mud, Clay to Vance, south of 

Souih 
Munee, from Findlay south, foUi'th 

west of C S and CRy 
North, crosses the C S and C R)"^, 

first north of Findlay 
Patterson, crosses Findlay, first 

east of C S and C Ry 
Taylor, from Mud south west to 

Clay 
Vance, crosiees Findlay, first west 
of the C S and C Ry 



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av avenue 

bds boards 

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elk clerk 

cor . corne r 

e east or east of 

e s east side 

lab laborer 



n north or north of 

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n s north side 

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res residence 

s south or south of 

s s south side 

w west or west of 

w s west side 



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IWS Of I411E. 



Agnew Mrs J A, res s e cor Miller and Garrett 

Agnew Mrs Mary L, teacher, res s e cor Miller and Garrett 

Album Charles, drayman, res n s Cook e Morrison 

xAnderson James, lab, res e s Ayers s Ry 

Andrews Jennie, milliner, res e s Morrison n Miller 

Andrews John, carpenter, res w s Ayres s Ry 



Invest your surplus money in Town Lots, with R N 
McConnell, of Upper Sandusky 

Ankrum J A, boot and shoemaker s w cor Morrison and Miller 
Bachtell Joseph, farmer, res w s Ayres s Ry 
Baldwin Rev C, pastor M E Church, res w s Morrison n Miller 
Balliet Aaron, ass't miller Nevada mills, res e s Morrison n Miller 



RemMTibep Dr. Stockton's Office is over Wyandot County Bank, 



158 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Balliet & Co, (Henry Balliet, J A Riegel,) meat market w s Mor- 

risoFx s Ry 
Balliet Frank, insurance agt, bds Nevada House 
Balliet G W, dry goods w s Morrison n Ry, res e s Morrison s Ry 
Balliet Henry, (Balliet & Co,) bds s s Ry w Morrison 
Balliet J B, livery n s Ry w Morrison, res County Road 
Balliet J F, (Bemendefer & Balliet,) bds Nevada House 
Balliet William, commercial traveler, res e s Morrison n Miller 
Beaver Samuel, planing mill w s Morrison n Miller, res ws Goed- 

bread s R}' 
Bemendi^fer & Balliet, (H F Bemendefer, J F Balliet, ' insurance 

w s Morrison n Ry 
Bemendefer H F, (Bemendefer tC; Balliet,) res Cook n Ry 
Betts Dcivid, agt, res e s Garret n Morrison 
Birk Christ, cabinet maker, bds e s Ayres s Ry 
Blair William L, prest Nevada Deposit Bank, res country 
Bower Andrew, lab, res n s Dombaugh w Morrison 
Brewer William, agt, res e s Garrett n Morrison 
Brown J A, tinner, rew w s Ayres s Ry 
Brown Joseph, farmer, res n s Ry w Garret 
Burke C W, mayor, res w s Ayers s Ry 
Burns John, tinner, bds e s Garret n Ry 
Burns William, res e s Morrison n Miller 
Caigie William, blacksmith, res ss Miller w Garrett 

Young- man, don't jjo west, but purchase a town lot 
of B N McConnell, of Upper Sandusky 

Caldweli H R, lab, res n s Cook e Morrison 

C'arr Ira, lab, bds e s Ayres s Ry 

Carr Mrs Margaret, res e s Ayres s Ry 

Carter Harry, patent rights, res e s Morrison s Ry 

Gavins R P, farmer, res w s Ayres s Ry 

Chapin Adaline, res e s Garret n Morrison 

Close Miss Mary, teacher Grammar school, res e s Morrison n 

Miller 
Conant R B, elk post office, res Cook's Ad n Ry 
Cook & Dejean, dry goods and groceries e s Morrison n Ry 
Cook Henry, stave dealer s s Railroad e Morrison 
Cook James L. [Cook d' Dejean,] res Cook's Ad n Ry 
Cook Rev S, pastor Pres Churcn, res w s Morrison n Miller 
Cook W E, butcher w s Morrison n Ry 
Crabb Mrs Mary J, res e s Morrison n Miller 
Cratty Michael, lab, res s s Cook e Ry 
Creighton James, res n s Ry w Morrison 



Save time, money and trouble by having work done by Stocl^ton. 

WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 159 



llife###ftMMl, fJll;M.f|^^^ 



C. PFISTERER, 

-AND DEALER IN— 

Beady-Made Clothing, Rats, Caps, Trunks Va- 
lises and Gents' Furnishing Goods, ^c 

NEVADA, OHIO, 

^Give me a Call. Examine my Stock and Prices. 



S. MYERS. B. B. MYERS. 

S. MYERS & SON, 



—DEALERS IN 



ForeigniDomestic Hardware, 

Iron, Nails, Steel, Class? Stoves, Hollow-Ware, Tin and Copper 
Ware, Agricultural Implements, Etc., 

Cor. Main and Railroad, NEVADA, O HIO 

T. DAILEy! L. G. RUSSELL. H. W. WILLIAMS. 

DAILEY, RUSSELL & WILLIAMS, 



PROPRIETORS OF 



NEVADA IVIILLS, 



DEALERS IN 



Flour, MeaU Mill-Feed, Buckwheat Flour 
and Massillon Coal, 

NEVADA, OHIO, 

Jg^^ HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAIDJFOR GRAIN. 



THE HEYADA LIYERY. 

M. N. KELTNER, Propr, 
Best Equipped Livery in Steeds, Carriages, Bug- 
gies, ^c., in the City. 
Stable on Main st. south of RR , - NEVADA, 0. 

Have the latest improved Vehicles for the convenience of Commercial 
men. Prices below competition. 



If you want to live long and have good health keep natural Teeth, 

1 60 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Crokleton R C, lab, res w s Morrison s Ry 

Cronise Andrew, tailor, res w s Garret n Morrison 

Cronise Jacob, lab, res n s Dombaugh w Morrison 

Cronise Leonard, res n s Goodbread w Morrison 

Dailey, Russell & Williams, [T Dailey, L G Russell, II W Wil- 
liams,] Nevada Mills s s Ry w Morrison 

Dailey T, [Dailey, Russell & Williams,] res Crestline 

Dejean Edith, millinery e s Morrison n Miller, res same 

Dejean F C, postmaster and grocer e s Morrison n Ry, res w s 
Morrison n Miller 

Dejean W N, elk, res e s Morrison n Ry 

Dejean William R, [Cook & Dejean,] res e s Morrison n Ry 

Dickson Anna E, res w s Morrison d Miller 

Elliott E F, bazaar w s Morrison n Miller, res Cook's Ad e Mor- 
rison 

Ewart O C, bank teller, bds Nevada House 

Fenner Ephraim, miller, res e s Morrison s Ry 

Flaharty A J, local agt P, F \V and C Ry 

Flickenger Andrew, carpenter, res e s Morrison n Miller 

Forest John, carpenter, res e s Morrison n Ry 

Funk J'E, blacksmith, bds e s Morrison n Ry 

Funk J H, blacksmith n s Miller w Morrison, res e s Morrison 
n Ry 

F & C F Kinnaman liav e the best Sky-Light for tak- 
Ing" Photographs in Northwestern Ohio 



Gay H L, drayman, res e s Morrison n Ry 

Gillem Alonzo J, mason, res w s Morrison s Miller 

Gillem James, carpenter, res e s Morrison n Miller 

Gillem Mrs Mary A, res w s Morrison n Ry 

Gillem William, teamster, res w s Morrison n Miller 

Good Mrs Sarah, res e s Morrison s Ry 

Goodbread J N, (Jones ct Goodbread.) res e s Morrisons Ry 

Goodbread W F, (Jones & Goodbread,) res es Morrison s Ry 

Gooden William, lad, ress w cor Ayersand Miller 

Gregg Frank, lab, res s s Cook e Morrison 

Gregg G W, [Gregg & Kieffer,] res w s Morrison n Miller 

Gregg Henry, cooper, res ss Miller e Morrison 

Gregg John H, cooper, res s s Miller e Morrison 

Gregg & Kieffer, [G VV Gregg, William KieftVr,] boots and shoes 

e s Morrison n Ry 
Gregg Mrs Rebecca, res s s Miller e Morrison 
Griffin John, section boss P, F W and C Ry, bds Nevada House 
Hacket John, lab, bds Nevada House 



Teeth Extracted without pain by Dp. Stockton, 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. i6i 

CARRIAGE AND WAGON 

M A I«irU K^CTO R Y , 

NEVADA, OHIO. 

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY 
FILLED AT LOWEST RATES. 



1, w« Qmxiui, 
PHOTOGRAPHER, 

All work in my line executed on short notice and at reasonable terms. Pictures copied 
or enlarged in any desirable style. Give me a call. 



Toli-sn. ^-o-ssell. 



Manufacturer of and Dealer in 



Somikwesi Corner of Mev&dm Wyand&i County, O, 

I manufacture a superior red brick from imported Moulding- Sand. Builders will find 
it to their advantage to give me a call before purchasing elsewhere. 



JOHN LOADER 



DEALER IN 




BOOTS and SllOb:^, H^TS and CAPS, 

iss Grocery Store. Highest price paid for Bi 
. Give me a call 



And everything usually kept in a first-class Grocery Store. Highest price paid for Buttty 
and Eggs. Give me a call 



Gold Fillings Successfully put in by Dr. Stockton, 



162 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Hall Edward, res Garrett w Morrison 

Hall Miss S E, res e s Morrison n Miller 

Harding D A, physician e s Morrison n Ry 

Hart Israel, (Hart & Michaels,) res w s Morrison n Miller 

Hart (^ Michaels, [Israel Hart, William Michaels,] saloon w s 
Morrison n Ry 

Harter J H, (Barter & Schwenk,) res e s Morrison s Ry 

Harter & Schwenck, (J F Harter, J C Swenck,) carriage manu- 
factory e s Morrison s Ry 

Harter T, editor Enterprise Pease's Block Morrison st, res w s 
Morrison s P, F W and C Ry 

Helsiel Mrs Sophia, res w s Morrison n Miller 

Hennessy Pat, lab, res n s Ry w Garrett 

Henderson T G, ins agt, res n s Cook e Morrison 

Hesser C A, ins agt, res e s Morrison n Miller 

Hesser D E, grocer e s Morrison n Ry, res same 

Hinkle Albert, lab, res w s Morrison s Ry 

Hinkle Chubb, teamster, res ws Morrison s Ry 

Hinkle T J, peddler, res w s Morrison s Ry 

Holland Austin, foreman saw mill, res near County road 

Holland James, teamster, res w s Morrison s Ry 



Posters and Circulars printed at the Carey Times Office 
at hard times prices 

Holly Philip, teamster, bds e s Garrett s County Road 

Holly Mrs Sarah, res e s Garrett nr Morrison 

Hopp Aaron, lab, res e s Ay res s Ry 

Hopp Benjamin, furniture and undertaking w s Morrison, res 

Cook's addition n Ry 
Hopp C P, foreman planing mill, res County Road 
Hornacher John, lab, res e s Goodbread n Morrison 
Hueston James, lab, res e e Garrett n Morrison 
Hughey Isaac, farmer, res w s Morrison n Ry 
Hull Clara, elk, bds e s Morrison s Ry 
Hull M R, hardware e e cor Morrison and Ry, res e s Morrison 

s Ry 
Hunt, Elliott & Co, grain, seeds and wool s s Ry w Morrison 
Hunt S H, (Hunt, Elliott & Co,) res Upper Sandusky 
Irmer Robert, grocer and baker e s Morrison s Ry, res same 
Jacobs Andrew, carpenter, res e s Garrett n Morrison 
Jones C P, physician w s Morrison n Ry, res w s Ayres n Ry 
Jones & Goodbread, (C P Jones, W F and J N Goodbread,) drugs 

and medicines w s Morrison n Ry 
Kelley Albert, musician, bds s w cor Miller and Garrett 



DR STOCKTON Warrants all his Work first class. 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 163 



J. O. STUDEBiS^KER, 

DEALER IN 



MARSEILLES, Wyandot Co , O. 



MERRIMAN & KENNEDY, 

Dealers in 

DryGoodsGroceries,Clothing, 

BOOTS, SHOES, &c. ALSO DEALERS IN LIVE STOCK, 

Marseilles, Wyandot Co., O. 



The Boot and Shoemaker 

Givei his rnstomer* *' Fits," and makes Jirgt-cl»e8 work. Also, Bub- 
ber Boots repaired. Main street, Mnrseilles, Ohio. 

Offers his professional services in the practice of medicine to the 
people of Marseilles and vicinity. Main St., Marseilles, O. 



,^ ft ^ mmw 

Offers his professional services to the people of Marseilles, Ohio. Spe- 



ial attention given to diseases of women and children. 



Anything worth doing is worth doing well, STOCKTON'S Motto 

164 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Carriage and Wagonmaker, 

• MARSEILLES, OHIO. 

§ligk§mllUig mi itiiifil iipilimg ef til Imds. 

ALL KINDS OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS FOR SALE. ALL 
WORK GUARANTEED. 



Kelley Benjamin, carpenter, res s w cor Miller and Garrett 
Keltner Elijah, farmer, res w s Morrison s Ry 
Keltner Ezra, cooper, res e s Garrett n Morrison 
Keltner M N, livery w s Morrison n Ry, res s County road 
Kemp J B, farmer, res w s Morrison n Miller 
Kemp Mrs Ruth, res w s Morrison n Miller 
Kerr Stephen, farmer, res w s Garrett n Morrison 
Keiffer William, (Gregg & Keiffer, ) res Eden township 
Kirtland Rev A B, res w s Morrison n Ry 
Kisor Melinda, dressmaking w s Morrison n Ry, res seme 
Klinger John, boot and shoemaker e s Morrison s Ry, res same 
Knapp J F, carriage maker e s Morrison n Miller, res same 
Kuhn Rev D A, pastor English Lutheran Church, res n ecor Mor- 
rison and Miller 
Kuntz Henry, wagon maker, res e s Morrison n Miller 
LaDow Jefferson, lab, res w s Ayres s Ry 
Lamuright Levi, carpenter, res Morrison n Miller 
Lantz A, saw mill, res w s Morrison n Miller 
Lea Andrew, lab, res w s Morrison n Miller 
Lea H G, carriage maker w s Morrison s Ry, res same 
Lea John, res s c cor Ayres and Miller 
Lea Maggie, dressmaking s e cor Ayres and Miller 
Leith George W, farmer, res e s Morrison s Ry 
Lidle E, saddles and harness w s Morrison s Ry, res County road 
Lohr Conrad, farmer, res w s Garrett s Ry 
McCarty James, lab, res s s Miller e Morrison 
McClain James, grocer, res w s Morrison n Miller 
McCracken Jesse, shoemaker, res w s Morrison s Ry 

McCullough , carpenter, res n s Cook e Morrison 

McCulloch Rev E, pastor Advent Christian Church, res w s Mor- 
rison s Ry 
Mcjunkins Catharine, millinery, res n s Miller w Garrett 



DR. STOCKTON has been in Upper Sandusky over five Years, 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 165 



Mcjunkins Rebecca, res n s Miller w Garrett 

McLaughlin C, carpenter, res Cook's addition n Ry 

McLaughlin George, res e s Ayres n Ry 

McLaughlin James, farmer, res n s Miller e Morrison 

McLean J E, (Thompson & McLean,) res w s Morrison n Miller 

McMahan John, lab, res s s Ry w Garrett 

Mangold John, elk, res e s Garrett s Ry 

Maskey Joseph, carpenter, res e s Garrett n Morrison 

Masters Mattie, tailoress, bds e s Morrison n Ry 

Michaels William, (Llart & Michaels,) res e s Morrison n Miller 

Miller li C, painter, res e s Morrison s Ry 

Miller R C, shoemaker, res west of Miller 

Miller Thomas, sawyer, res n s Miller w Morrison 

Miller John, lab, res n s Ry e Morrison 

Miller Cadwell, shoemaker, res n s Miller e Garrett 

Miller Chester, tel opr, res n s Miller w Garrett 

Miller Thomas, saddler, res n s Miller w Garrett 

Miller Capt, shoemaker, res w s Morrison n Miller 

Miller W B, justice of the peace w s Morrison n Miller 

Mitchison Levi, plasterer, res w s Garrett nr Morrison 

Mollenkopf F, saloon w s Morrison s Ry, res same 

Mowsher B F, saw mill w s Morrison s Ry 

Mulcahy John, lab, res s s Ry e Morrison 

Musser Clayton, blacksmith, bds e s Morrison s Ry 

Mutcheiknaus Ephraim, brickmaker, res w s Garrett s Ry 

Myers Amos, constable, res Hopp's addition 

Myers B B, (Myers & Son,) res 

Myers S & Son, (Samuel Myers, B B Myers,) hardware s w cor 

Morrison and Ry 
Myers J S, railroader, res Hopp's addition 
Myers M J, musician, res Hopp's addition 
Myers Samuel, (Myers & Son,) res Bucyrus 
Myers Welland, farmer, res Hopp's addition 
Nevada Deposit Bank, William L Blair Brest; C W Burke, Vice 

Brest; E F Elliott, Cash; e s Morrison s Ry 
Nevada Enterprise, T H Harter propr Pease's Block 
Newcomb S L, clothing, boots and shoes w s Morrison n Ry, res 

Morrow county 

Nichols , elk, res e s Morrison s Ry 

Nye William, lab, res w s Garrett n Morrison 

O'Brien Dennis, lab, res s s Cook e Morrison 

O'Connor Philip, lab, res s s By e Morrison 

Paul James, pastor U B Church, res e s Garrett nr Morrison 

Pease L, farmer, res s s Miller e Morrison 



Have youp children's Teeth cared for. Call on Dr. Stockton. 

166 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Pfisterer C, merchant tailor s e cor xMorrison and Ry, res e s Ayres 

n Ky - 
Poppleton George, traveling agt, res s s Miller e Morrison 
Price John, cabinet maker, res w s Morrison s Ry 
Price J L, artist, bds w s Morrison s Ry 
Price Twigs, brickmaker. bds w s Morrison s Ry 
Ralston Abner, tarmer, res e s Morrison s Ry 
Ramsey Melvin H, lab, bds e s Ayres s Ry 
Ramsey Robert, sawyer, res e s Plum nr Morrison 
Rech Mary, tailoress, bds w s Morrison n Ry 
Reed Mrs Mary H, res n s Cook e Morrison 
Reed Robert, res s s Miller w Garrett 
Richman George, res n s Ry w Garrett 
Reynolds E. millwright, res Garrett w Morrison 
Reynolds S G, elk, res w s Morrison n Ry 
Riegel J A, (Balliet & Co,) res ss Ry w Morrison 
Riley J W, barber, bds w s Ayres s Ry 
Rinehart l^ugh, carpenter, res s s Miller w Garrett 
Rish Adam, lab, res n s Ry e Morrison 
Ritz Jesse, propr Nevada House nw cor Morrison aud P F W 

and C Ry 

Invest your surplus luoney in Town Lots, witli R X 
McConnell, of Upper Sandusky 



Rosegrant John C, merchant, res s s Miller e Morrison 

Russell John, brick yard C'ounty rord s w cor town, res s school 

house 
Russell L G, (Dailey, Russell & Williams.) res Crestline 
Sawyer A N, livery n s Ry w Morrison, res w s Morrison s Ry 
Schwartzkopf George, blacksmith, bds e s Morrison s Ry 
Schwartzkopf Martin, harness maker, bds county road 
Schwenck J C, [Harter & Schwenck,] bds Nevada House 
Scott Samuel, harness maker, bds e s r.lorrison s Ry 
Scott William, com traveler, res e s Morrison s Ry 
Shay B VV, miller, res w s Garrett s Ry 
Shay William, lab, res s s Cook e Morrison 
Shook Conrad, cooper n s Ry e Morrison 
Shriver Luther, painter, bds w s Morrison s Ry 
Silvers Rettie, tailoress, bds w s Ayres s Ry 
Simmons Mrs Sarah, res s s Miller e Morrison 
Sin iff William, jeweler e s Morrison n Ry, res w s Ayres s Ry 
Slagle Abram, lab, res e s Ayres n Ry 
Slagei B, lab, res w s Ayres s Miller 
Slocum Ezra, lab, res e s Goodbread nr Morrison 



DR. STOCKTON'S charges are always reasonable. 



WYANDOT COUiNTY DIRECTORY. 167 



Smith B F, elk, res county road 

Smith J L, mason, w s Morrison n Miller 

Smith J \V, photoi^rapher e s Morrison n Ry, res n Miller 

SLuith Mark, teacher, res w s Morrison n Miller 

Snyder William, carpenter, res e s Garrett nr Morrison 

Spore Willianu lab, res w s Ayres s Ry ' 

Stanclift'Ann E, teacher, res w s Morrison s Ry 

Standi ft Minerva, weaver, res w s Morrison s Ry 

Stansell Leek, wagon m^ker, res s s Dombaugh w Morrison 

Steiner E G, carpenter, res w s Morrison n Miller 

Steiner Samuel, plasterer, res e s Morrison n Miller 

Stevens A G W, physician w s Morrison n Ry, res e s Morrison n 

Miller 
Stewart J A, (Stewart c(" Co.; res Eden vi lie 
Stewart R M, (Stewart & Co,) res w s Morrison s Ry 
Stewart R M & Co, (R M Stewart, W B Woolsey, J A Stewart,; 

druggists e s Morrison n Ry 
Stoll John, mason, res west of Morrison 
Swartz Levi, lab, res e s Ayres s Ry 
Swinehart Mrs Eliza, res w s Morrison n Miller 
Thompson A, barber w s Morrison n Ry, res w s Ayres s Ry 
Thompson & McLean, [William H Thompson, J E McLean,] 

grocers w s Morrison n Ry 
Thompson William H, [Thompson <:^- McLean,] res e s Morrison n 

Mille r 

Ladies^ Favorite Visiting Cards printed cheap at the Carey Times Office. 



Tudhope John, lao, res s s Ry w Garrett 

Turney Joseph, physician e s Morrison n Aliller, res same 

Tuttle'O V, meat market w s Morrison n Ry 

W^arner Jacob, blacksmith, res w s Morrison s Ry 

Welk Mrs Ann, res west of Morrison 

Welsh D T, patent rights, res s s Miller e Morrison 

Welsh E R, broker, res e s Morrison s Ry 

Welsh H H, [H H W^elsh & Co,] res e s Garrett s Ry 

Welsh H H & Co, [H H Welsh, D B Wolf,] dry goods, groceries, 

etc e s Morrison s Ry 
Welsh James, farmer, res w s Ayres s Ry 
Welsh William farmer, res w s Morrison s Ry 
Wilcox H S, blacksmith, res e s Morrison s Ry 
Wilcox Joseph, agt, res n s Miller e Garrett 

Wilcox Joseph M, printer, bds e s Morrison s P, F W and C lly 
Wilcox Mrs S M. millinerv and fancy goods e s Morrison s Ry 
Williams li W, [Dailey, Russell & Williams,] res n s lly w Mor- 
rison 



There is nothing more attractive than a good set of Teeth, 



i68 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Williams Joseph, res w s Morrison n Ry 

Wilson L, saddles and harness e s Morrison n Ry, res w s Morrison 

n Miller 
Wolfe D B, [H H Welsh & Co,] res County road 
Woolsey W B, (Hunt, Elliott & Co,) res Cook's add e Morrison 
Young Charles, pump maker, res n s Miller e Garrett 
Young Hiram, weaver, res w s Garrett nr Morrison 
Young R, lab, res e s Garrett nr Morrison 
Young William, elk bazaar, bds e s Ayres n Ry 



Or. TTxT. 2^E3X/d::E=, 1^. ID., 

MARSEILLES, WYANDOT COUNTY, OHIO, 

Is engaged in the practice of Medicine and Surgery, and is well supplied with a good 
outfit of Instruments. Having been a Surgeon in the late war, he thinks he can render 
general satisfaction. He will also give strict attention to the treatment of Lung Com- 
plaints, either chronic or acute. 

KEJVTP & BON, 

DEALERS IN 

IDI^XJG-S, nS/dTEJDIOinSTES. lELTC. ETC 

MARSEILLES, WYANDOT COUNTY, OHIO. 



i^HARTON floUSE^ 



JOHN BOLTON, PROPRIETOR, 

WHARTONSBURG, OH^O 

F'irst-chis.-i Accommodation at Reasonable Prices. 



lv£olxre cS3 Bristoll, 



DEALERS IN 



And everything usually kept in a first-class country store, 

WHARTONSBURG, OHIO. 



^li,Til,'®|^ 




©l^^^iJi^ct mvLmi^^mm ©l^^otQ^-y. 



Baker and Confectioner. 
Irmer R, e s Morrison s Ry 

Bank. 
Nevada Deposit Bank, e s Morri- 
son s Ry 

Barber. 
Thompson A., w s Morrison n Ry 

Blacksmith. 
Funk J H, n 8 Miller w Morrison 
Boots and SJioes. 

Ball it G M, w s Mor risen n Ry 
Gregg <fe Kieffer, e s Morrison n Ry 
Miller VV B, vv s Morrison n Ry 
Newcomb 8 L, w s morrison n Ry 

Brickiianl. 
Russell John, s w cor town 

Carriage Makers. 
Harter & Schvvenk, e s Morrison 

s Rv 
Knapp J F, e s Morri«on n Miller 
Lea H G, n s Morrison s Ry 
Clothing. 

Newcomb S L. w s Morrison n Ry 
Pfisterer C, s e cor Morrison and Ry 
Wesh H H & Co, e 8 Morrison s Ry 



Dressmaker. 

Lea Maggie, s e cor Ayres and 
Miller 

Druggists. 

Jones & Goodbread, w s Morrison 

n Rv 
Stewart R M & Co, e s Morrison 

n Ry 

Dry Goods. 

Balliet G W, w s Morrison n Ry 
Cook & DeJean e s Morrison n Ry 
Welsh H H & Co, e s Morrison 
s Ry 

Fancy Goods. 

Elliott E F, w s Morrison n Miller 
Wilcox Mrs S M, e s Morrison s Ry 

Flouring MiUii. 
Nevada Mills, s s Ry w Morrison 

Fiirnitnre. 
Hopp B, w s Morrison n Ry 
Grocers. 

Bolliet G \y, w s Moirison n Ry 
Cook & DeJean, e s Morrison n Ry 
Dejean T C, e s Morrison n Ry 
Hesser D E, e s Morrison n Ry 



Dr. Stockton defies competition quality of work considered. 

70 WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Irmer R, e s ^[orrison s Ky Fhotajnipher. 

Thompson & McLean, \v s Morri- . • ^ ^ xr 

son n Rv ^nllth J vV , e s Morrison n Ry 
Welsh H ii & Co, e s Morrison Physicians. 

rr J Stevens A G W, w s Morrison n 

Hardware. ^j_-^^^^ 

Hull M R, n 8 cor Morrison and Ry Stewart R M, e s Morrison n Rv 

Myers S & Son, s w cor Morrison Tiirnev Joseph, e s Morrison n 
and Ry Miller 

Hotel. 



Plaining yiill. 

ar 
Miller 



Peal Estate. 



Nevada House, Jesse Ritz, prop'r 
n \v cor P Ft W &, C Ry Bever Samuel, w s Morrison n 

Insurance Agent. 
Bemendefer & Balliet, w s Morri- 
son n Ry Bemendefer H F, w s Morrison 
Justice (if Ute Peace. n Ry 

Miller W B, vv s ^Morrison n Ry Sadrlles and Hainass. 

Livery and Feed Stcd)le. ud]e E, w s Morrison s Ry 

Balliet J B, n s Ry w Morrison Wilson L, e s Jlorrison, n Ry 

Keltner M N, vv s Morrison s Ry 
Sawver A jS , n s Rv w Morrison 



Sal(H/ns. 



Meat Market. Hart & Michaels, w s Monroe n Ry 

D 11- ^ f n^ „- c Ar.v-r.-c^r. r, T^,- MollenlvoffF, ws ^lorrison s Ry 

Balliet & Co, n^ s Monison n Ry ^^^,^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^ ^, ^^^^. p ^^ ^^, | ^, 

Milliner 11. Ry 

Wilcox Mrs S M, e s Morrison s Ry ,SVi?r Mill. 

Newspaper. Mowsher B F, w s Morrison s Ry 
Nevada Enterprise, H Barter, 
editor and publisher, Pease's 

Block, Morrison si Happ B, w s Morrison n R9 



Undertaker. 



WM. MCCLELLAND, 

BLACKSIVIITHINC 

WAGON MAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 

REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 

Prices Reasonable. Horse Shoeing a Spocialty^ 

WHARTONSBURG, 0, 



Miscellaneous Directory. 



CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor, C W Bulk 
Clerk, E Mutchelknaus 
Marsljal, T P Miller 



MASON I(.'. 
NEVADA LODGE, NO. 343. 
Regular Communications first 
Thursilay ev^enintron or before full 
moon of each month. 

T. B. Armstrong, W M 

ODD FELLOWS. 

Nevada Lodge No. 625, I O F 
meet every Friday evening 
R Hull, N G; A A Harding, Sec. 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 



Nevada Lodo'e No 277, K of 



meet everv Monday evening in 
their hall " \V B Woolsey, 

B F Lmitii, Reporter Dictator 

GRANGERS. 

NEVADA GRANGE NO 771. 

Regular meetings of the Nevada 
Grange on Saturday evening be- 



fore the full moon in each month 
Laukene Gray, Master 



CHURCH DIREarORY. 

disciples 

Advent Cliristian Church, west 
side Morrison south of Ry, Rev K 
McCullongh, pastor, services 10;30 
a m, ():30 p m, Sunday School 9 a m 

LUTHERAN. 

Lutliernn Church, west side Mor- 
rison south of Ry, Rev D A Kuhn, 
pastor, services iO :30 a m, 6:30 p m, 
Sunday School 9am 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

Methodist Episcopal Church, west 
side Morrison north of Miller, Rev 
C Baldwin pastor, services 10:30 a 
m, 6:30 p m, Sunday School 9 a m 

PRESBYTERIAN. 

Presbyterian Church, north side 
Miller east of Morrison, Rev S 
Cook pastor, services 10:30 a m, 
Suudav School 12 m 



c^EO. s. co-^Trss, 



DEALER IN 



Drugs, MedicinesiChemicals 



Fancy and Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils and Varnishes, 



WHAETONSBURG O, 





Atkinson Andrew, miller, res e s Main n Center 

Buckingham S, stoves and tinware, e s Main s Center, res w s Main n 

Center 
Burns Williara, wagonmaker. bds w s Main s C'enter 
(Jlemens Rev JC, Pastor M E Church, res e s Main s Center 
Coles D L, Hotel, w s ^Nlain n Center, res same 
G;uimer T M, Phvsician. w s Main n Center 
Gear William C, Supt Public Schools, res w s Main n Center 
Handchy Henry, grocery, e s Main s Center, res n e cor Main and 

Center • 
HartleS, flouring mill, e s Main s Center, res w s Main s T'enter 
Hoadlev Orson, cooper. Main n Center, res same 
Kemp (t W, physician, e s Main s Center 
Kemp G VV & Son, druggists, e s Main s Center, res same 
Kemp Oris, (G W Kemp & Son), res e s Main s Center 
Kennedv B F. (Merriman & Kennedv,) res n e cor Center and Main 
Kinbloe John P, elk Merriman & Kennedy's, bds n w cor Main and 

Center 
Krisher Lemuel, (Studabaker & Krisher,) res w s Main n Center 
Livenspire Levi, saddles and harness, e s Main n Center, res same 
LoaderMohn, country store, w s Main s Center, res same 
Long Hugh, tannery, e s ]Nrain n Center, res same 
Lumbf^rd James M, tailor, n s Center w Main 
Lvnn Rev F, Pastor Presbyterian Church, res n s Main e Center 
McConnell D W, phvsician, e s Main s Center, res e s Main n Center 
Merriman & Kennedy. (Lewis Merriman, B F Kennedy,) dry goods and 

groceries s w cor Main and Center 
Merriman Lewis. (Merriman & Kennedy,) res Kenton 
Philips Samuel, blacksmith and wagonmaker, n s Center e Main, res e s 

Main n Center 
Ramsdell W R, elk, J O Studabaker, bds w s Main s Center 
Robinson James, boot and shoe maker. Main w Broadway, res same 
Seaman Miss Ida, teacher, Priinarj' dep't Public Schools, bds es Main n 

Center 
Seligman L A. elk, Merriman & Kennedy's, e s Main n Center 
Simpson S S, boot and shoemaker, e s Main n Center, res same 
Smith W H, carriage and wagonmaker, n s Main e Center, res 

Broadway e Main 
Sprague Milton C, physician, w s Main n Center 
Studabaker J O, drugoist and grocer, w r Main s Center, res same 
Studabaker & Krisher, (J Studabaker, Lemuel Krisher,) sawmill, w 

Main 
Ramsdell W R, physician, w s Main s Center, res same 
Taylor Francis, (^'ooper, e s Main n Center, res same 



DR. STOCKTON has been in Upper Sandusky over five Years, 



WYANDOT COUNTY DIRECTORY. 173 



Webber William, woolen factory, s s Center e Main 
VV'illatd Reuben L, carpenter, w s Main n Center, res game 
Yancer Samuel, engineer, res s s Broadway e Main 

VILLAGE OFFICERS. 
Mayor. H S Ormerod 
(Jlerk, E K Ferris 
Marshall, E P Cozer 

Council, J W Kennedy, Samuel Phillips, R L Willard, W H Smith, 
Orson Hoadley, Andrew Atkins 

CHURCH DIRECTORY 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL 

Methodist Episcopal Church, north side Walnut between Main and 
Broadway, Rev J C Clemens, pastor 

PRESBYTERIAN 

Presbyterian Church, east side Broadway bet Center and Cherry, 
Kev F Lynn, pastor 

MASONIC. 

Hall, east side Main bet Center and Walnut 
Tymochtee Lodge, F &AM, stated communications Friday on or before 
full moon and two weeks after M H Kirby W M, H S Ormerod, Sec'y 

ODD FELLOWS. 

Hall cor Center and Main 
Tymochtee Lo(J'j:e No C.U, meets every Wednesday evening 

E Fehl, N G, W R Ramsdell, P S 

Now's the tiQie to buy your Town Lots. Call on R N 
McConneU 



Mrs. R. LYNCH, Propr., 

mmmmms $1 ©© wmm ms^^ 

Board by the Day, 31i;al or Week. Good Stablixg in Connec- 
tion WITH THE House. 





Bolton J, prop'r Wharton H©use, Sandusky 

B©wsher Jonathan, boot and shoemaker, Sandusky 

Coates G S, druggist, Sandusk}- 

Ccates S E. postmaster and grocer, Sandusky 

Cole David, cooper, Sandusky 

Eathertoji George, saleon, Sandusky 

Hammel & Earp, (Sarnh Hammel Muttie Eiirp,) dressmakers, Sandusky 

Mc(']elland William, blacksmith, Sandusky 

Martin J W, grocery, Sandusky 

Town Lots! Town Lots! For sale by K N McConnell, 
Cheap 

Miller Thomas, saddles and harness, Sandufeky 

Mohre & Bristol, (L E Mohre, W A Bristol,) countr}^ store, Sandusky 

Montague William, boot and shoemaker, Sandusky 

Nidig & Eatherton, (Geo Eatherton Alfred Xidig.) saloon, Sandusky 

Rauchler & Eauchler, grist mill and saw mill, Sanduskj- 

Richland Deposit Bank, William Bristol, prop'r, Sandusky 

Shaner & Co, (J S Shanei", J H Sterling,. J Spoon,) groceries, Sandusky 

Ward Benjamin, Ih'er}' and feed stable, Sandusky 

Wharton House, John Bolton, prop'r, Sandusky 

Whartonsburg grain elevator, William Bristol, pr®p'i', Sandusky 



iil'lSMi 



-DEALER IN- 



■©®)TB M 



nilATS AND CAPS, DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, AND IN FACT E^•E^vY 
THING USUALLY KEPT IN A COL Nl RY STORE, 



SYCAMORE. OHIO 



KIRBY WYANDOT COUNTY, OHIO. 





American House, Daniel Stiiicheomb prop'r, Kilboni 
Babeock F M, grocer aud postmaster, Kilborn 
Carnes Alfred, saw mill, Old Sycamore 
Culver C F, saw mill, Griffith N 8 
Culver & Van Gundy, pinning mill, Griffith 
Emerson Milton, blacksmith, Old Sycamore 
Hawkins H C, blacksmith, Kilborn O S 
Lorah ,Iohn, saddle and harness maker, Kilbon 
Lundy E A, furniture and undertaking. Sycamore av n 7th 
Miller I L, hardware, stoves and tinware, Sycamore av n 7th n s 
Park Mrs, millinery and dressmaking, Saffel av e Sycamore av 
Rogers Orange, boot and shoemaker, Kibborn 

SAFJ'^ELL A, dry goods, groceries and general merchandise, Sycamore 
av n 7th 



Make yourself rich by purchasing- a Town Lot of R 
N McConuell, Upper Sandusky ^ 

SIMPSON J A, drj^ goods, groceries, boots and shoes, hats and caps, 

Kilbon n Saffel 1 av 
Snodgrass James F, physician, drugs, groceries and books and station- 
ery, SyciioKTc av u 7th 
Stinchcomb William A, carriage and wagon maker. Kilborn 
SYCAMORE HOUSE, cor Sycamore and Saffell avNS, Mrs K Lynch 

proprietor 
Fnger C Fran.k, boot and shoe maker, Sycamore av n 7th n s 
Van Gundy Theodore, wagon maker and painter, cor Griffith and 
Saffell'avNS 



A. SAFFELL, 



-DEALER IN— 



DRY GOODS # GROCERIES 

SYCAMORE, OHIO. 

I DEFY COMPETITION AND WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. CASH 
PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. 



Wl'dTCHEMtLE BIRECTORI. 



CHAMBEKLIN J M, tin and sheet iron work, \v s Clay n Jackson 

Cypher Geo W, bhu-ksmitli, e s Clay n Perry 

Freet Samuel D, blacksmith, w s Clay s Adams 

GAA MARTIN, boot and shoe maker, s s Perr}^ e Clay 

Grubel George, boarding house n s Perry e Clay 

Hoffman Daniel, postmaster, office s vv cor Claj^ and Perry 

Hoffman John F, dry goods, groceries, &c, s w cor Clay and Peri'3' 

Ruber Uriah, saw mill, Clay "north of village 

Jacoby George, dry goods, groceries, tfec, ws Clay n Perr\'' 

Johnson M C, brickyard, Claj^ s Adams 

Letson Z A, physician and surgeon, w s Clay n Perry 

Upper Sandusky Town Lots for sale by K N McConnell 



Mulholland Levi H, wagon and carriage maker w s Clav n Perrv 
MYERS & BRUNDAGE, (William Myers ,]M H Brundage,) dry good?. 

groceries, &c, e s Clay n Jackson 
Perrine House, Z Perrine prop'r n e cor Clay and Adnms 
Ringeison C F. saloon, vv s Clay n Adams 
SAMPSOX & SAMS, (G W Sampson, A BSams,) pnysicians, ws Clay 

s Perry 
Shafer Samuel, saloon and grocery, e s Clay s Perry 
Shireman Conrad, boot and shoe maker, s s Baseline road e Clay, res 

same 
Singer Fronk A, carriage and wagon maker, w^ s Clay s Adams 
Spayth George, tanner, Mc(^utchenville 

MYERS & BRUNDAGE, 

Dealers in 

DRY GOODS and GROCERIES, 

HATS, CAPS, HARDWARE. &c.. 

McCUTCHENVILLE, O, 

Highest price paid for Country Produce either in Cash or Trade. 




Y 




BROWN JOHN B, saloon and boarding 

CARTEK T H, groceries, provisions, hardware and notions 

Downey Rev D W, pastor United Brethern Clinreh 

ENSMINGER A, notary public, collector and saloon 

Hart S S, teacher, public schools 

HAYMAN F W, agricultural implements 

Ivelley W D, blacksmith 

Kerr James H, blacksmith 

Kirby & Landon, druggists and grocers 

McKee Rev J S, pastor Church of God 

Mangett J B, boot and shoe maker 

Mann George, dry goods, groceries and saw mill 

MARTIN W R, physician and surgeon 

PIFER TULLI8 & CO, dealers in dry goods, groceries, 
proyisions and queens ware, x^ain st, Maxwell & Hy 
man's Block, Kirby, Ohio. 

Rosenberg Rev Joseph, pastor Catholic Cliurch 

ROSENGRANT G M, resident agent P F W Ry and dealer in lumber 
and grain 

Sidell , saddles and harness 

Snyder J M, staves and lumber 
8TEWART M C, prop'r Stewart House 
Stiert Ferdinand, wagon maker 
Weimerskirch Cl»ai-les, boots and shoes 
Willoughby Nathan, teacher of public schools 



DEALER IN 



Family Groceries, Provisions 



Notions, Crockery, Hardware, Nails, Teas, Coffees, Syrups, Tobaccos 

and Cigars, Hosiery, Gent' Underwear, in fact everything that can 

be found in a first-class A'ariety Store. Pays cash for Grain 

Seeds, Hides, Pelts, Furs and all kinds of country produce. 

Cor Main and South sts., KIRBY, Wyandot Co., 0. 




BELLE fERill DIRECTOR!. 



Boll, D W, blacksmith, cor Portland and Biic^rns 

Belle Vernon House, F GLiulwig-, prop'r, Bucv-rns s Portland 

Cro.^s M G, saw mill, Portland n Sycamore 

Dnbre David, g-iocer and postmaster, Portland s Bneyrus 

Make liaste to pick out your Tow n Lots in Upper San- 
dusky • 



Henry James, saloon, Portland opp Sycuinore 

Kitchen W B, dry goods, groceries and gonl merchandise, Portland s> 
Bncyrns 

Stubs Henry, blicksmith and horse shoeing, cor Portland and Syca- 
more 

Woessner Christian, boot and shoe maker, Bucyrus e Portland 



F. AA'^ HYMAN, 

KIRBT, WYANDOT COUNTY, OHIO, 

General A;?-ent for the C'elehratcd 

Anliinaii S^' Taylor Tlire slier and Horse Powers, 
Portable ajicl Stationery Engines, 
Saiv Mills and MiU Machinery, 
The Victorious Ruhhard Reapers 

and Mowers^ Superior and Hagers- 
town Grain Drills, Best Sullcey 
Ray Bakes in the World, Ma- 
li on Sulky Cultivators, Two Horse Corn Planters, 
Farm W^agons and Spring Wagons, 
Breaking Plows of all Descri]Mons, 
Double and Single'Shovel Ploivs, 
American and White Sewing Mac's 
a.nd Woodwork Machinery of Every Description. 
Extras Constantly on hand' for the above 
named articles. 



LIHLE SANDUSK! DIRECTOR!. 



Benton W E, physician, Washi\i«Tton s Quinc5\ res same 
Bevington William, wagonmaker, Washington s Quiney, res same 
Bridge D G, Exchange Hotel, vv s Sandnsky s Quincy 
Clayton 1) D, principal public school, res vv s Madison n Quincy 
Core D VV^ meat market, cor Sandusky and Washington, res same 
Hall Clara 1, teieher primary department public school, bds e «« San- 
dusky s VV^ashington 
Holderman Mary, tailoress, Charlci* Hornby, bds e s Sandusky s 

Quincy 
Hornby Charles, clothing, es Sandusky s Quincy, res same 
Hornby Ernest, elk, ("harles Hornby, bds e s Sandusky s Quincy 
Martin B W, (Martin ct Whittnker,) res w s Sandusky n Quincy 
Martin C S, teamster, Washington s Quincy 
Martin & Whittaker, (B W Martin, James Whittaker, coiinti-y store, 

n e cor Sandusky and Quincy 
^Nlason Jane, dressniaker, n w cor Washington and Quincy, res .same 
Keichert G C, barkeeper. Jacob Snyder, bds e s Sa-idusky .< Quincy 
Schug F J, blacksmith, e s Sandusky n Quincy, res same 
Seebah F, boot and shoe maker, \v s Sandusky n Quincy, res s Wash- 
ington 
Shorb Joseph, grocery, s .s Washington e Quincy, res sanity 
Snyder Jacob, saloon" and boot and shoemaker, e s Sandusskys Quincy, 

res same 
Ston6J:)urner F, (Swihart & Stoneburner,) res \v s Sandusky n Quincy 
Suiharr J J, (Swihart & Stoneburner,) res \v s Sandusky n Quincy 
Swiiiart ife Stoneburner, (J J Swihart, F Stoneburner,) blacksmiths, 

cor Quincy and Washington 
Whittaker James, (Martin & Whittaker,) res s s Washington eQuiircy 
Witteraner Bernhard, shoemaker, bds w s San dusk y .s Quincy 

JAMES mToBLAMBERLAJNT 

S2i.eet Zron. T77"o rosier, 

McCUTCHENVILLE, OHIO- 
Galvanized Iron Work% Spouting and Hoofing 
SpecialtieyS. ^ _ _ _ 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 

McCUTCHENVILLE, OHIO. 

GOOD FITS, GOOD WOKKMAXSIIIP AND THE FINEST STOCK 
WARRANTED. 



T. E. GKISELL, 

ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

AND MANUFACTOREIl OF 

llieK 4ID BE4IIII& fILE, 

Office northrcest cor. Wyandot av. and 8th St., 

UPPER SANDUSKY, 0- 



m 




Office over Wj^andot County Bank, 

UPPER SANDUSKY, O. 

Particular Attention to Preservino- the Xatural Teetli. Superior Work 
of all kind? at Reasonable Rates and Warranted. 



C^. T77". ISIEl^^^D^, 



AND BOOKSELLER, 

XTPPER. SANDITSISY, O. 



PETER B.BEIDLER, 

Attorney at Law and Mayor 

OF XJPI'ER SANDUSKY, O. 

iM'ticE; X. E. OoK. 7th and Wyandot Avenue. 



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