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LOS ANGELES. CAL 

JAMES JENKS, 

DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 

lood & Iron Working 

I Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills, &c. 

Agent for Halts Improved Self- Acting Shingle Machine and 

Deanes Patent Steam Pumps. 

AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF ENGINES, 

GvAKANTtxiNC a Saving of from 25 to 33W per cent in fuel over the best form of Throttling 

Governor Engines constructed. 

A LARGE STOCK OF MACHINERY CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

Nos. 16 and 18 Atwater Street East, and Corner Bates Street, 

DETROIT. - - - MICHIGAN. 



S. FERGUSON & CO., 

PLUMBERS, 

Steam and Gas Flttors, 

HOT Am FURNACES, 

Low Pressure Steam Heating Apparatus 



FOR PRIVATE HOUSES. 



Gas Fixtures and FlumMng Materials, 

No. 91 Jefferson Avenue, 
DETROIT, - - - MICHIGAN. 



Fluid and Solid Extracts. 

SOLUBLE SUOAR COATED PILLS. 



PARKE, DAVIS & CO., 




Cbeoists, 



5% U3CSED ST. WEST, (Daily Post BaUdlng,) 

Dinsorc, - Michigan. 



ConoentrationB, Oleo-Resins, Aqua Ammonia, 

Elixirs, Wines and Syrups, Spirits Nitre Dulc, 
Tincture Muriate Iron, C. P. Chloroffomii 

W. E. HEAMES & CO., 

FLOUR MERCHANTS, 

63 Woodbridge St., Comer Shelby St., 
DETROIT, - - - MIOmaAN. 

Also, FIRE BRICK, all Shape* and Sizes from Jersey and Ohio Clays. 

FOUNDRY FACINGS AND SUPPLIES. 

Bellows, Shovels, Riddles, Steel Wire Brushes, &c. 

H. HEAMES & SON, 

C2:^^MANUFACTURERS OFt^^O 

Kelly Island and Maiden Lime, 

AND DEALERS IN 

STONE, SAND, MORTAR AND CORDWOOD. 

Kiln and Yard Comer 24th and Woodbridge Sts. West, 

DETROIT, - - - MIOmQAN. 

Branch Office 63 Woodbridge St. Corner Shelby Street. 



SAMUEL P. HODGE, 

Founder and Machinist 



G=5=MANUFACTURER OF'^::£5 

High and Low Pressure Engines, 

Fo Uarine, Mining, Hloxl Furnace and Mill purpoieg. Slalionary or Portnble HoUling 
ud Pumping Engines. Hoisting Drums and Cages, Bucket and Pluni^ec Pumps, Skips. 
Cm, Breakers {Blake's Patent,) Crushing Rolls, and Slnmping Machinery. Pii^isessing for 
tkespcciatty of Mining Machinery a full stock of Plans and Patterns of most approved 
tt[4e and cooitruciion, an experience of 40 years and an intimate acquaintance with the 
nMirements for Mining and treating melals most economically and efficiently, together 
with powerTal tools and competent workmen, he is prepared to furnish Machinery, excelled 
by Bone. Also manufacturcT of 

HODGE'S "SUPERIOR" STEAM PUMP, 

Vertieal or Horiiontal, for Boiler Feeding or Fire Purposes, the simplest, most direct acting 
nd eEicieni Pump in use. 

Works, Corner Atwater and Rivard Streets, 
DETROIT, MICHIGAN, 

And on Pe'wabic Dock Front, Hancock, Mich. 

Proprietor (In part) and manufaoturer of the Celebrated "TUBNEB 

IMPROVBD STEAM VALVE." 



Patented October 8lh. 1872. 
Ttii important inventiou consists in conveying the exhaust steam from the back of 
piston to the front, juit before it has completed its stroke for the jiurpose of foiming 
ahion. The live steam usually employed is thereby saved, and the Engine pas-ies the 
rei quietly and smoothly. This invention can be applied (o existing Engines at a 
II cost beyond the royalty, 
Hw ladmcDialt ■ubjoined. will ibow the iiviii( effected and Ibe adviniaiei faincd by using tliii 

Tog " John Owhk," Detroit, Dec. am. 1874- 
. iAVL F, HoDCB, Esq., DMr Sir :—W«h.ve»ppliid C.B.Turner-s PaiciU Slide Valve 10 ihe engine 
"•«iou,»Bd ii hM given in (jod uiiiraclion ; ihe engine makes more revoluTions withllie sime 

(!*ij J,?.' YOlJNG.MMKr,'" OWEN WILLIAMS.'E'nBineer. J. K. EDWARDS, Pan Owner. 

D. A. Ron ft Co., LuHBan Mkrcm*«ts, Dbtboit, Aug. lalh 1874. 
■am'lF. HoDCB. Em|., Do.r Sir:— The new valve. -■ Turner's improved Steam Varve. ibat you 

" " ""* " d'a/ros^&Co. 



G^fkud ^kpid^ & Indiku^ i^kilfokd. 



uimsm, aEAHD sapids & cmcmHATi 

NEW AND DIRECT ROUTE FROM 



VIA RICHMOND AND FORT WAYNE, 

Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Reed City, Ludington, Manistee, 

Clam Lake, Traverse City, Petoskey, Cheboygan, and all 

paints in the Great Lumber Regions of 

NORTHERN MICHIGAN. 
Wo TkroBgb Express Tralas Daily Eaek Waf 

BETWEEN CINCINNATI AND PETOSKEY. 
CONNECTIONS TO AND FROM DETROIT, AS FOLLOWS: 

At Grand Rapids, Mlohi^ran Central Railroad. 

At Orand Rapida, Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad. 
At Kalamazoo, Michigan Central Railroad. 

At Howard City, Detroit, Lansing & L- M. R. R. 

•*» COMFORTABLE SLEEP IM AM) CH AIR CMS AT LOf RATES. -S« 

Stasmer Conneotioni *t fatotkey, on Little Trav«ri« Bay for Mackinaw, Etcanabi, 

Marquetta, and ali pointa In Lake Superior Iron Reqiona, alao al Traverae City 
for Nortliport, Elk Raplda, Charlevoix and other pointi on Grand Traverae Bay. 

•0~Tlie Toriitory North of 0raiid Bapids offers unosnal attractions to 
Sommar Tourists, J^ermen and SportEmen generally. See Q. S. & I. R. B. 
"Sumner Exconion Book," to be iscaed alwat Uay Ist, 1875. 

^. a. PAeE, Otm't Fattatger ana Tleket Agrat, GRAND RAPIDS. MICH. 



k. A. ROSS. J. OAKES. O. STAPLES. 



!• 




D. A. ROSS & CO, 



WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 



UIMIBIEIRt. 



Shingles and Lath. 



Mill, Yard and Dock, foot of Rivard Street 



Gars loaded in our Yard for all points South and East, go 

throug/i without Transfer. 



Dressed Lumber a Specialty, 



Saw Mill and Dry Kilns, at 



CORA.il. - - - MIOHIOAN 



^^^S WEBSTE-r^^^ 



Maaufactutets wdBtoctors i 



HOT Am FURNACES, 

Baker, Smith & Go's Low Pressure Self-Begulating Steam 

W^i^ii)^ & Ventilating Sppkfktu^, 



r^^AND DEALERS INi^-i 



REGISTERS. VENTILATORS, 

. f roiulit M PinB, Ltai Pitt, Sltet Ltai, FlmnW Gools, St. 



PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING, 

SHEET IRON AND TIN WORK 

DONE TO ORDER. 

Nos. 115 & 117 Jefferson Avenue, 

DETEOrr, MICHIGAN. 



MICHIGAN 

STATE GAZETTEER 

AND 

siNEss Directory 



Business D 



FOR 1875. 



R. L. POLK & CO.. Compilers. 



PRICE, FIVB DOLLARS. 



DETROIT: 
rr'B-^Bi TBIBXTNK r>RINXIW& COMPANY 

CWillUin A.. Borlppa, Alaaa^*!'.) 

1875. 



^ .1 






Entersd According to Act of Congriss, in thb Office of the Librarian or 

Congress, Washington, D. C, April, 1875. 



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PUBLISHERS' PREFACE. 



ABOUT two years a^o the first issue of the Michigan State Gazetteer, and Business 
DiEBCTOEY was presented to the public and was received with decided favor. The 
plan of the work was to give a succinct description of every city, village and hamlet in the 
'5ute, with Usts of the firms and individuals doing business at each. The hope was to estab- 
ilidi such a permanent biennial publication as would fully meet the wants of the business 
community smd protect them from the catch-penny swindles which, under the pretense of 
being State and local directories, were being commonly employed by unscrupulous adven- 
tuers to rake in a temporary harvest of profits. The first issue having proved an eminent 
sncccsi, notwithstanding the losses and delays occasioned by the burning of the office at 
which the printing was being done, and where a large portion of the sheets were stored, 
tbe publishers are prompt with the second issue according to the original programme. 

In the present ▼olume it has been sought in every possible way to improve on that of 
1873* A much larger number of places have been individually canvassed ; all the sketches 
•ad descriptions have been re- written from fresh and original material, the former work 
having been in no sense copied in this ; the Usts of business houses and professional men 
are very much more complete, embracing as they do not less than thirty thousand different 
nimes; a township map of the State corrected up to the latest moment has been inserted; 
t complete Shipper's Guide has been added, and a number of other minor features intro- 
dnced or improved upon, all tending to render the work much more complete and valuable 
tlnn its predecessor. 

No onforseen event preventing, in due time a third issue will appear, in which still fur- 
ther improvement will be honestly, conscientiously and energetically attempted, though, 
even now it is believed there is no similar publication in the United States in every respect 
u complete and reliable as this. 

Much, but not all, of the editorial work of this volume has been done by Mr. James E. 
Scrippi^ editor of The Evening News, of this city, and one of the original projectors of the 
*c^ane. The entire general management of the work, both financial and editorial, has been 
in the hands of Mr Ralph L. Polk, who jointly with Mr. Scripps edited and compiled the 
> Conner issue. Mr. Polk as one of the publishers of the Detroit City Directory and the pro* 
pnetor of several similar publicatioas in various western cities, brings to the work au inu 
lUttse fund of practical experience with an established reputation. The printing has been 
<ione by Mr. William A. Scripps, whose specialty is book printing and whose facilities and 
^landing are second to those of no other office in the State. To the postmasters of Michigan 
the thanks of the publishers are due for, in many instances, quite valuable assistance. 

Mother have the publishers in this, nor shall they in any future issues of the State Gazet. 
teer, aik or authorize the collection of any moneys in advance or until the delivery of the 
^<^ Thty are led to mention this here, from the fact that intimations have come to them 
^t parties have firaudulently represented themselves as acting for the State Gazetteer, and 
^ve loUdted payment for boolo and advertising. 

THE TRIBUNE PRINTING COMPANY. 
DiTioiT, April, 1875, ^ . ^ ^^ 

849552 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Classified Business Directory 737-^ 

County Officers, 1875-76 ~ 45- 

Gazetteer and Alphabetical Directory- ^ 73-7, 

Index to Advertisements ^ 5- 

Index to names received too late for insertion in proper place 

Map, opp title paf 

Michigan Postoffices 37- ^ 

Michigan, Sketch of. ^ 52- | 

Names received too late for insertion in proper place, removals, etc 57- < 

Preface 

Shippers' Guide of Michigan ^ 13- ; 

State Officers of Michigan. 1875 ' 

Terms of Court in Michigan 49- ! 



ER RATA 



Page 593, Norvesta, read Novesta. 

Page 693, Summit City, Gratiot County, read Grand Traverse County. 
Page 171, Central Mill, read Central Mine. 

Page 423, Hancock, Quincy Mine being the most productive, read, formerly t 
mcfSt productive. 

Page 545, Meanwataka, read Meauwataka. 
Page 715, Wahjemega read Wahjamega. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ADRIAN. 

len] 3 &Co 

^pplcgate & Fee 

*ciitnl Hotel 

ftmstock A J & Co 

^o&ter Henry F 

linenLl Spring Hotel..**. 

IPfeiflfer Joseph 

iTunes and Expositor 

ALBION 

{Goodyear Andrew 

ALLEGAN. 

All^an Journal 

CoUins C C 

Henderson & Reid 

Kohn John B 

Keifert Frank 

Parker T ] 

Ryan & Co , 

ANN ARBOR. 

Beck J F&Co 

Laick Sl Bro 

Pistorins Frederick 

Polhemus J A 

Swift J M&Co 

Swathel, Ailes & Kyer 

BANGOR. 

Ball Wilbur W 

& Brown 



.opp 



BATTLE CREEK. 

Adams & Smith 

Battle Creek Knitting Mills 

Fatrchild S H 

Hart FhcHnas 

Hodges Samuel 

Jones & McNair 

t^ier House 

Keriev and Herald 

Seventh Day Adventist Publishing As- 
sociation 

Slaght N & Co 

Ward J M & Son 

BAY CITY 

Anderson & Jones 

Bsmum E H 

Biy City Iron Co 

Been & GUlett 

Craft Will T 

Crinin Thomas 

De Lisle M H 



Page 

77 
. 77 

77 
. 77 

79 

77 
 77 

77 

83 

87 
88 

87 
88 

89 
88 

90 

97 

99 
xoo 

99 
99 
97 

108 
108 

"3 

"5 
116 

"5 

"3 

"5 
116 

III 

III 

"5 
"3 

129 
127 
121 
121 
127 
119 
125 






Page 

Dolsen Chapin & Bro 121 

Eagle Hotel (Essexville) 125 

Like J E 127 

Munn & Co 121 

Phippen A 125 

Reichlc C Fred (Essexville) 127 

RoeJS 127 

Root & Thayer 123 

Schindehette Henry 125 

Sharp W P 127 

Shearer James & Co 123 

Smalley Bros 123 

Smiths & Beard 119 

Wheeler & Co 123 

BENTON HARBOR. 

Benton Harbor Palladium 137 

Browne Wells 137 

Gayloi'd Thomas S 137 

Reeves Charles £ 137 

Wright Geo R & Bro opp 737 

BIG RAPIDS 

Andrews Bros 141 

Big Rapids Iron Works 143 

Curtis & Linsley 141 

Johnson H M 141 

Johnson H S - 145 

New Mason House 141 

Pacitic House 145 

BIRMINGHAM. 

Robbins JF... 146 

BUCHANAN. 

Dunbar House 156 

Duncan & Miller 158 

Excelsior Mnfg Co 156 

Hulsart CC 156 

Richards & Bates 158 

Zinc Collar Pad Co 157 

CASSOPOLIS. 

Sherman I V 169 

CHARLOTTE. 

Green ST 175 

Sherwood House 175 

Snider ER 175 

Sprague F H 175 

Valley House 175 

CHEBOYGAN. 

Blake Henry A 179 

Cheboygan Independent 179 

Comstock C H 179 



MICHIGAN STATS OAZBTTKER 



Page 

Fountain House 179 

Robinson George 179 

Ruby House 179 

Smart Mrs S A 179 

CHICAGO. 

Chicago and Northwestern R R, 

5th leaf from p 64 

CLAM LAKE. 

Haynes James 183 

CLARE. 

Comstock A 184 

COLDWAl ER. 

KapplerGeo 191 

Saxton E B opp 307 

S covin, Lyman & Co 191 

COOPKRSVILLE. 

Cloud Jame.s N opp 380 

National Hotel opp 380 

CORUNNA. 

House Bros 199 

DECATUR. 

Hinkley Bros 205 

Hoppin R &. Son * 205 

Mich Central Last Mnfg Co 205 

DETROIT. 

Adair Wm 271 

Albrecht Wm & Son 295 

Alger R A & Co opp 306 

Amrhein Wm 305 

Armstrongs & Co 217 

Arndt A F R 249 

Ashley & Mitchell ,i2(h leaf from p 64 

Austin £ 231 

Bacon A C& EN opp 636 

BaischJF 285 

Ballard OL 241 

BaughJ B....... 293 

Beatty, Fitzsimons & Co opp 206 

Beeson Jacob & Co opp 306 

Belts Ira G 8th leaf from p 64 

Benning Henry 297 

Bcnoit J Petit & Bros 243 

Berkshire Life Ins Co 249 

Berry J A & Co 261 

Biddle House 275 

Black D& Co 261 

Blake P 299 

Brookes RT 255 

Brown Jacob 265 

Brunton Andrew.. 293 

Buhl F, Ncwland & Co 231 

Buhl Walter & Co back fly leaf 

Bumham J K & Co opp 636 

Calvert Lithographing Co opp 202 

Canada Southern R R....ioth leaf from p 64 

Carr Dr L W 217 

ChandltrGeo C 257 

Cleveland Line Steamers.. I oth leaf from p 64 
Cleveland, Saginaw, Detroit and Macki- 
naw Line of Steamers...9th leaf from p 64 
Colby I back fly leaf 



P«t 

Coats JasC back fly le« 

Cotter W P & Co back fly lea 

Davis ER 28; 

Dederichs J'eler jr 291 

D*etroil and Bay City R R..7th leaf from p & 

Detroit Car Works 22^ 

Detroit Central Mills back fly lea 

Detroit Corset Co 24; 

Detroit Fire and Marine Insurance 

Co opp inside back cove 

Detroit, Lansing and Lake Mich R R, 

5th leaf from p 64 

Detroit Lithographic Office opp ao; 

Detroit Machine Knife Work? opp JOi 

Detroit Meial and Plumbing Works opp 29; 
Detroit & Milwaukee R K, 7th leaf from p 6^ 

Detroit Paper Co 215 

Detroit Safe Co..out,si<le front cover and 27^ 

Detroit Seed Co opp 303 

Detroit Throat and Lnng Institute 235 

Detroit Tribune 3^ 

Dewey J & Son 259 

Dewey W H 233 

Dittm'er Fred 291 

Doemling Geo F 299 

Downer H E 4th leaf from p «^ 

Dunn & Bro 261 

Durkee L P 255 

Dry Dock Engine Works 26] 

Dwight Wm M & Co 259 

Edson, Moore & Co 231 

Edwards Wm S 64 

Eisenlord's Hotel 2t)9 

Elliott Kiihnrd t^') 

Elliott & Bro 239 

Ellis Charles H 255 

Ellis OC & Co 239 

Emery A H back fly leaif 

Endriss G F 9th leaf from p 64 

Equitable Life As>u ranee Soc'y..back fly leaf 

Farmer Silas & Co back fly leaf 

Ferguson S & Co opp inside front cover 

Kerry D M & Co 253 

Finney's Hotel back fly leaf 

Flower James & Bro opp 278 

Franklin House 247 

Friederichs & Statfin 269 

Fulton Iron and Eagine Works..back fly leaf 

George H & Co 269 

Geiger &Guilbault 875 

Gies Paul & Co 870 

Gilbert J W 241 

Gillett Samuel opp 737 

Glogner E L 245 

Gmeiner Julius 

Goldsmith J H outside front cover 

Grand Rapids & Indiana R R, 

2d front fly leaf 

Great Western Ry 6th Jeaf from p 64 

Hadger & (jodfrey opp 470 

Hamilton & Clark 12th leaf from p 64 

Hamtramck Iron Works. ,,.»•.* 223 



AND BUSINESS DIKKCTOKY. 



Page 

Haii]eyGeo& Bro 26g 

Rftiuing & Schneck 287 

Hanson & Terns 299 

Hermes H & Son^ ist front fly leaf 

Hcanes W E & Co 1st front fly leaf 

Uempel Charles 870 

HengstcbeckC 271 

Ucnsien John P iith leaf from p 64 

Herald & Torchlight 3d leaf from p 64 

Hess Julias , opp 307 

Hintermeister H outside back cover 

Hochgraef Max 4th leaf from p 64 

Ho«igt Samuel 2d front fly leaf 

Hudgkin Robert 289 

Hofincr & Mayes opp 307 

Holmes David 299 

Holmes Sc Webster opp title page 

Hotel GofBnet : 873 

Hotel Renaud opp 737 

House Wm C & Co opp 300 

Howard House I2th leaf from p 64 

Howe Machine Co 237 

Howe & Recor *. opp 307 

Huebner Edward 64 

Illinois Leather Co 251 

Jackson & Wiley inside back cover 

Jacquemain Wm opp 73 

Jameson Charles T 297 

Ja> Cooke 12th leaf from p 64 

Jenks James opp inside fr«nt cover 

Jones Geo C 281 

Jaif Fred & S<jns 271 

Kast Gu'jt 221 

Kanfmann Charles 285 

KeT>er W H 281 

Ki.ap|, & Walton back fly leaf 

Udd E W 873 

I^tner BroN I3ih leaf from p 64 

Ungdon I W 253 

Lanrense Leonard & Co 253 

Letts C E & Co 287 

Uvacjohn B 299 

Lind>ay A G 267 

Unn A R & W F 289 

LippoldH 285 

lAie John.....^ 217 

McGinnis & Baxter 271 

MAcneale & Urban opp 278 

Mann Lewis 301 

Matthews. French & Grover opp 737 

Maxwell J M 275 

Mayhew Ira inside front cover 

Meeker Bolivar 289 

Melchers J 245 

MelliLsH & P -251 

Merrill TR i3lh leaf from p 64 

Michigan Bolt & Nut Co back fly leaf 

Michigan Central R R...6th leaf from p 64 
Michigan Electrotype Foundry, back fly leaf 

Michigan Engraving Co opp 306 

Michigan Exchange opp 268 

Michigan Machinery Depot opp 307 



Page 

Michigan Stove Works back flyleaf 

Mills I C 305 

Mooney & Blodgeit 874 

Myers E E opp 206 

Neff Newton N opp 278 

Newcomb, Endicott & Co 257 

, New York Life Ins Co 253 

Noble & Brady 255 

Norris Wm Y 11 leaf from p 64 

Palmer, Donaldson & Co opp 315 

Parke, Davis & Co ist front fly leaf 

Parkes Joseph 293 

Parsons & Lockwood 289 

Partello Spring Bed 217 

Patterson David 297 

Peavey & Hunter 261 

Peck Geo & Co 265 

Penney O W opp 73 

Perkins Hotel opp 307 

Pittman James E 259 

Pitts & Cranage 263 

Powelson's 257 

Prell & Bettman 253 

Prentiss Bros & Co opp 306 

Quinn & Toomey 295 

Reid & Hills '. 237 

Revere House opp 73 

Roberts & Sons 267 

Robinson & Keys opp 279 

Rolfe Alonzo back fly leaf 

Rolshoven F 257 

Root Charles & Co, running card 

through ClassiHed Directory 

Ross D A & Co 3d front fly leaf 

Rowe & Hayes 291 

Rudd R G&Son 265 

Ruoff A 305 

Schmid Carl 293 

Schroeter B 281 

Schulenburg C outside back cover 

Seaton Robert 64 

Shelden Allan & Co 289 

Shepard E opp 207 

Shoenherr & Reuiel 285 

Shulte Casper opp 305 

Skinner E C & Co 215 

Smith Geo 263 

Spinney A B 297 

Spitzley Bros opp 737 

Stange Chas 283 

Stange Edward 291 

Stephens Roe 227 

Stork & Lemmer 283 

Suckert Wm 277 

Sullivan & Campbell. ..opp inside back cover 

Swaine J Harry 873 

Swift & Dodds opp 296 

Theatre Comique 249 

Tisler& Fritz ;. 876 

Traub Bros outside back cover 

Tribune Printing; Co ad leaf from p 64 

Trowbridj^e L 11 y\ leaf from p 64 



MICHIGAN STATE GAZETTEER 



Page 

Turner & Schultc 876 

Union Job Printing Co opp 315, and 247 

Van Deusen CH 229 

Watkins & Beckwith back fly leaf 

Weber & Damm 871 

Welch C M 249 

Welch Edward 62. 

Well G Philip 871 

Welz Jacob 876 

Wendell John H & Co opp 636 

Wheeler Charles 295 

White Thomas opp 315, and 295 

Wight H A & S G 265 

Williams M Hilton 235 

Winans John C 876 

Winkelmeier Joseph opp 304 

Wohnlich & Zabriskie 287 

Wolff L H opp 636 

Wolverine Ice Co opp 73 

Wood Fred 872 

Wood & Hand back fly leaf 

Worcester, Boydell & Co 263 

WormerG S & Sons opp 307 

Zeni Amabile 875 

DOWAGIAC. 

Mason, Defendorf & Armstrong 311 

Mineral Spring House 311 

Williams SB 311 

EAST SAGINAW. 

Althouse N W 327 

Barclay Spencer 321 

Burnham & Siill 329 

DeLand C V 334 

Everett House 337 

Feige Bros « opp 339 

Fish F L P 333 

Flint & Perc Marquette R R,8th leaf from p 64 
Flint & Pere Marquette R R Lands, ** 

Frey Albert H opp 339 

Germain Edward 331 

Gray & Massey 325 

Harvey & Coleman 1st leaf from p 64 

Heinlein H 329 

Hellings & Corbett 325 

Houghton W H 333 

Hoyt Jesse 319 

Irving House 321 

James Thomas M 333 

Judge's Hotel opp 338 

Linton & Frost 323 

LuUCL 337 

Martin Jira S 329 

Mason O L 335 

Mayflower Mills opp 315 

Newman Aaron opp 315 

O'Brien M 337 

O'Brieu & Millard 335 

Palmer F A & Co 323 

Pettibone DA 331 

Race Wm H 321 

Ransford Byron L 331 

Republican 323 



Pap 

Rich W T ^ 33^ 

Roche Peter 333 

Rockwith Dr F A opp 33^ 

Saginaw Courier 33J 

Savings Bank of East Saginaw 323 

Stewart James & Co 31^ 

Stocrk F 33^ 

Thompson & Tarsney 32; 

Totten H 333 

Wiggins & Lee.... 323 

Yeaton P & Co - 331 

EATON RAPIDS. 

Anderson House 63 

Smith D K 339 

Vaughan Morgan 339 

ESCANABA. 

Escanaba Bank 346 

Hutchinson J W .^346 

Oliver J F 346 

Tilden House 346 

EVART. 

Chase Irvin & Co 34S 

Commercial Hotel 34S 

Evart Review 348 

McDonald John G 34S 

FARWELL. 

Farwell Register 351 

Holden JS 35' 

FLINT. 

Beardslee, Gillies & Co 359 

Genesee Iron Works 1st leaf fn>m p 64 

Graham Mrs S M 361 

HaasC J..... 359 

Kimball & Co ist leaf from p 64 

Peck Harvey 359 

Roberts L H 3S* 

Thayer House 35^ 

Warren's Automatic Safety Stop Gover- 
nor I2th leaf from p 64 

GALESBURG. 

Champion House 37^ 

Galligan S J 370 

Lockhart G A 370 

GRAND HAVEN. 

Andres House 379 

Bryce & Gronberg .*. 377 

Holmes A L.. 379 

Reenders Martin 379 

Radeke Julius 377 

GRAND LEDGE. 

Denison FT 380 

Grand I^dge House , 2i^ 

GRAND RAPIDS. 

Abbott William - 4^7 

Aikin N J 39I 

Bachman William H 407 

Bonney & Persons 403 

Bridge Street House 403 

Burrows George L 416 

Butterworth & Lowe « 393 

Button R 415 

Carpenter, Garner & Fuller 409 



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Pace 

Dty Brewery opp 380 

CUy J H 391 

Oimmcrcial Hotel opp 557 

Comsiock C C 401 

direll E F opp 557 

Csicheon L M ; 414 

Ibnieis HA 409 

Deii>fflore E & Co ^opp 557 

lAAoioad & Nourse 401 

Darfee Ailen 397 

Foter D N 411 

Fuller & Co 412 

Gill LeonajdT ~. 407 

Grand Rapids Business College opp 394 

Grand Rapids Chair Co 409 

Grand Rapids Furniture Mnf'g Co, 

opp 380 

Gra:id Rapids Independent Press. ..^ 409 

Graod Rapids Plaster Co opp 381 

G.vnd Rapids Sock Mnfg Co opp 395 

Green Wm B^ Sod opp 395 

Haley James F 413 

Hanej Elijah 403 

Harrison William 387 

Halt WW « II 

Howell John 415 

Immen F 411 

Kalamazoo House 413 

Kendall & Mack 412 

Kusterer C opp 380 

Landaner William 414 

Lindberg Charles 397 

iJTingston William & Co 414 

Loomis RB v 415 

Lother& Sumner ^, 399 

McConnel! Wm H 399 

Manhaitan Marble Works ^.... 403 

Matheson Alexander ~..^ 413 

Mithisun IraiiK 412 

Michigan Staats Zeitung 409 

Muhl, Schneider & Co 393 

Nienhardt Carl 416 

Novelty Iron Works opp $57 

Pasco M H 389 

Putnam TC -. 407 

Rasch's Hotel 391 

Kingelberg Henry 415 

Roberts & Furbish, 401 

Robinson & Barnaby 405 

R«e C D 414 

Saturday Evening Po«t • 411 

Shriver, Weatherly & Co 385 

Simonds JC 414 

SoknpFJ&Co 413 

Stephenson H C Bros & Co «.,. 399 

Swensherg C G opp 394 

Umon Stave Co 411 

Van Krevelen & Wilmot 413 

Vofis W J & Co 403 

Wicks Mrs A L 415 

GREENVILLE. 

Oliver, Belknap & Green 419 



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HANCOCK. 

First National Bank 424 

Merchants' & Miners' Bank 424 

HERSEY. 

Brintnel James G 430 

Hepburn G H 436 

Hersey House.... 43b 

HILLSDALE. 

Guggenheim L 433 

Wolf George P 433 

HOLIJkND. 

De Grondwet 436 

Hoogesteger & Mulder 436 

Vorst William 436 

HOLLY. 

Schooley George T....« 64 

HOUGHTON. 

B'lit^rfield House 441 

Firsi National Bank 441 

Fox Frank P 441 

Hubbell & Chadhourne 441 

HOWELL. 

Monroe Francis N 444 

HUDSON. 

Chapman, Dunks & Co 447 

Holmes N J 447 

IONIA. 

Amphlett W 454 

Chubb & Dye 453 

Sessions & Strickland 453 

Sherman House 453 

Starkey Henry 453 

ISHPEMING. 

Adams, Sutherland & Swift 456 

Deer I^ke Iron and Lumber Co 456 

Merchants' and Miners' Bank 456 

JACKSON. 

Angell Dr De Lafayette opp 471 

Bradley J M 463 

Brown A H 461 

Bullock R D 463 

City Hotel 467 

Dennis E 465 

Dunham C A 467 

Fisher S 467 

Hibbard House 463 

Huson & Smith 467 

Jackson Wine Co outside back cover 

People's Champion 461 

Reynolds C M 465 

RiesBros 467 

ThoiPpson R C 469 

Van Dyne P H 459 

Weeks LS 465 

JONESVILLE. 

Deal Jacob J 472 

Gardner H R & Co back fly leaf 

Gardner, Mumford & Co back fly leaf 

Jonesville Cotton Mills back fly leaf 

Jonesvilie Woolen Mills back fly leaf 



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KALAMAZOO. 

Blood Maurice E 486 

Bowdlear Wm A 485 

Davis DeForesI 485 

Dygert A L 483 

Glover Charles 486 

Internatioiial Hotel 485 

Kalamazoo Business College 479 

Kalamazoo Emery Wheel Co 475 

Kalamazoo Gazette 481 

Kalamazoo Pub Co 477 

Moore & Quale 486 

Rockford Clothes Pin Co 486 

Shakespeare A J 481 

Utermarkt Jacob 484 

LANSING. 

Buck Daniel W '. 501 

Emery Wesley 499 

Hudson M 497 

Lansinij House 497 

Mosely Henry 501 

Thoman & Co 499 

Wood Flugene B 499 

LAPEER. 

Mair Alex 505 

Marshall House 505 

Smith L M 505 

LESLIE. 

Allen House 510 

LEXINGTON. 

Beach & Nims 43 

Henry House 511 

James Amos 511 

LOVVHLL. 

Franklin House 517 

Look O H 517 

Misner W H 517 

LUDINGTON. 

Ludington House 519 

Quevillon Paul 519 

Surplice Bros 519 

MANCHESTER. 

Thompson Mrs Kate 522 

MANISTEE. 

Central Hotel 525 

Dempsey Cartier & Co 525 

Dorrcll James T 526 

FirzloflT Frank 525 

Franklin Hotel 525 

Johnson A 525 

Manistee Times 526 

Schoenbeck D F 525 

Smith App M 526 

MARINE CITY. 

Marine City Stave Co 530 

MARQUET'I E. 

Champion Iron Co 535 

Citizens' Bank 535 

F'irst National Bank 533 

Gregory H & Co 535 



Hager & Wallaster 

Huron Bay Slate and Iron Co 

Lake Superior Powder Co 

Marquette Brown Stone Co 

Marquette & Pacific Rolling Mill C0...I 

MARSHALL. , 

Herndon House 5! 

Mitchell Preston 3 

Watson G W 5* 

Welles Bros 5^ 

MASON. 

Donnelly House 54 

MENOMINEE. ^ 

Menominee Bank 54I 

Woodford G A & Co $4 

MIDLAND CITY. 

Burton Frank S $$i 

Hughes Geo W 55^ 

Medler E J $p 

Midland Independent 551 

Midland Times 551 

St Nicholas Hotel 551 

MILKORD. 

Johnston House 554 

MONROE. 

Boyd E J opp $56 

Hamilton M D & Son 557 

McBride James G & Co opp 556 

Michigan Tobacco Works opp 556 

Monroe Commercial 557 

Young Ladies Seminary opp 556 

MONTAGUE. 

Heald, Avery & Co 560 

Montague Lumberman 560 

Sholes Harry C 560 

MORGAN. 

Donkersley C 562 

MORLEY. 

CaliffOW& Son 563 

National Hotel 563 

MT. CLEMENS. 

Hall & Shook 56s 

MUIR. 
Hayes N B & B W 567 

• MUNISING. 

Munising Iron Co 568 

MUSKEGON. 

Arnold Joseph P 573 

Black J C 571 

Bronson John '571 

Davis C & Co 571 

Dudbridge Mrs S B 573 

Field OM&W 573 

Horning J L & Co 573 

Jiroch Francis 575 

Markus Wm 575 

Ober Geo 573 

Occidental House 



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Pa^e 

Rodgers Iron Mnfg Co 575 

Sct»tl Frank 571 

NEGAUNEE. 

A<b2xi!> & Sutherland 579 

Haydbn's Negannee Bank 579 

NEWAYGO. 
Shoem&ker & Manly 581 

NEW BALTIMORE. 

Heath D Vf 582 

Hcaih AJ &Son 582 

NILES. 

Bond House 587 

McKay A 587 

NORTHVILLE. 

Rockwell A E 591 

ONONDAGA. 

Loomis R H 597 

Sherman House ^ 597 

oTSFu;o. 

Latkins ft Slack 601 

Otsego Exchange 601 

Prcntis$CH& Co 601 

OVID. 

Jenks N W .- 604 

PARMA. 

Fassert Minard B 609 

, PAW PAW. 

Matthews Geo W 611 

PENTWATER. 
Pollok James W * 612 

PLAIN WELL. 

Hainwell Republic 619 

Walton & Hitchcock 620 

Winchell Jerome 619 

PONTIAC. 

First National Bank 623 

Second National Bank 625 

PfiRT HURON. 

Albinboii J H 631 

Albion House 631 

Cawihorne N 629 

Chicago ft Lake Huron R R back fly leaf 

Eichhorn F Charles 629 

Huron House first leaf from p 64 , 

Kimliall Guy 629 

Knill George. 633 

McElroy P 631 

Smith Charles F 63 

Springer J & Co 631 

Welding E D 629 

W'right Wm D 1st leaf from p 64 

PORTLAND. 

Barber T J 635 

Bergen P P 635 

Smith R B & Co 635 

Stonn Garry 635 

Portland House 635 



Page 

QUTNCY. 

Day & Freeman 638 

Lennon Thomas 638 

Mudge E A 638 

Quincy Times 638 

ROCHESTER. 

Lambertson House 647 

Lomason G G 647 

ROMEO. 

Palmer Amos 651 

Starkweather John L 651 

SAGINAW. 

Andre Alex 657 

Andre P C opp 338 

Hopkins I H 655 

Hurtubise Alex 657 

Taylor House 655 

Whitcomb & Doolittle 655 

Wright, Wells & Co 657 

ST. CLAIR. 

First National Bank i;62 

St Clair Iron Wdrks 662 

Sheldon D 662 

ST. JOSEPH. 

Krieger C 667 

St Charles Hotel 667 

Wilcox W R&Co 667 

SALINE. 

EnnisGeo 669 

Thompson James 669 

SAUGATUCK. 

Hall Charles 673 

Saugatuck House 673 

SCHOOLCRAFT. 

Troxel House 675 

SPRING I.AKK. 

Bilz A 687 

Laffin M 687 

National Hotel 687 

Patchen Mrs E A 685 

Sinclair Homer 687 

STURGIS. 

Beck JamcN M 692 

Blanchard & Osborn 692 

Cummins M G 692 

TECUMSEH. 

Adams P R & Co 697 

Brewer W & Co 699 

Chapin Charles T 699 

Comfort Woolston 697 

Merchants' Hotel 697 

People's Bank 697 

Raisin Valley Record 699 

Stacy SC 697 

Tecumseh Herald 697 

Temple S W 699 

Warren A 697 



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Page 
TRAVERSE CITY. 

Bates Thomas T ^ 70$ 

Bay House 7^4 

Campbell House 705 

Fowle Wm 7^4 

Friedrich F 704 

Front Street House 704 

Sprague & Spencer., 705 

Traverse Bay Eagle 70$ 

VANDALIA. 

Dodge House 711 

WILLIAMSTON. 

Stewart John B 728 



WINDSOR, ONT. 

American Hous^ ^ 

Barrett Edward 8] 

Clark Joseph /. back fly le 

Coulter Wm «1 

International Hotel back flyle 

The Dominion 8j 

YPSILANTI. 

Carr*s Boarding Hall T, 

DetroityHillsdale and Southwestern R R, 

back flyle 

Hawkins' House Tj 

Terns J & Bro 7: 



INDEX 



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Names Received too Late for Insertion in Proper Place. 



Page 

Breedsville 57 

Burch's 57 

Calumet 57 

Cedar Creek 57 

Charlevoix 57 

Coopersville 58 

Dean's Mills 58 

Detroit 58-59 

Elk 59 

Ferris 59 

Long Rapids 59 

Lyons 59-6o 

Marshville 60 

Montrose 60 



Mosherville 6 

Mount Morris 4 

New Buffalo 6<M 

North Newburgh « 4 

Overisel C 

Parshallville t 

Penn Mine t 

Pinconning 6 

Pine Creek ^ 

Rawsonville ^ 

Redford 6i-< 

Summit ^ 

Taylor Center 6 

Zeeland ^ 



SHIPPERS' GUIDE 

TO ALL PARTS OP MICHIGAN, 

Compiled Expressly for the 

Michigan State Gazetteer and Business Directory. 



ABBREVIATIONS OF RAILROADS. 



I 

I 

I C S Canada Southern 

! C & M L S Chicagro & Michigan Lake Shore 

I C& N W Chicago & Northwestern 

i Dft r. C .Detroit & Hay City 

1 D H & S W Detroit, Hillsdale & Southwestern 

I D L & L M„ Detroit, Lansing & Lake Michigan 

j D&: M Detroit & Milwaukee 

[ £ Div. C & L H...£a&tern Division Chicago & Lake 

Huron. 

r& P M Flint & Pere Marquette 

Ft W, J &S Fort Wayne, Jackson & Saginaw 

CR J4 I Grand Rapids & Indiana 

;G R B C, & M L S..Grand Rapids Branch of Chi- 
cago 8c Michigan LakeShore 
' C R.N & L S.Grand Rapids,Neway£o & Lake Shore 



G R V Div M C Grand River Valley Division 

Michigan Central. 

GT Grand Trunk 

J, L & S Jackson, Lansing & Saginaw 

K & S H Div M C... Kalamazoo Diviuon Michigan 

Centr?*!. 

L S & M S Lake Shore & Michigan Southern 

M C Michigan Central 

M, H Sc O Marquette, Houghton 8: Ontonagon 

M L S Michigan Lake Shore 

S V & St L Sa«?inaw Valley & St Louis 

St C & C A L St Clair & Chirago Air Line 

W Div C & L H..Western Division Chicago & Lake 

Huron. 



Abrnnia, Allegan O), ship to Otsego, on Kalamazoo Div LS&MSRR, US Ex. 

A)4cota, Calhoun Co, ship to Union City, on Air Line M C K R, Am Ex 

Acme, Grand Traverse Co, ship to Traverse City, on Traverse City branch G R & 1 R R, 

U S Ex. 
Ada, Kent Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Adamsville, Cass Co, ship to Edwardsburgh, W Div on C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Addison, Lenawee Co, ship to Somerset, on D H & S W R R, Am Ex. 
Adrian, Unawee Co, L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Advance, Charlevoix Co, ship to Charlevoix via water, or to Boyne Falls, on G R & I R R, 

US Ex. . 

-'EtBa, Newaygo Co, ship to Alleyton, on Big Rapids branch C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Akron, Tuscola Co, ship to Reese, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

Aiabaster, Iosco Co, ship to Standish, on J L & S R R, or by water to Alabaster, Holt's Ex. 
AJamo, Kalamazoo Co, K & S H Div M C R R, Am Ex to Kalamazoo. 
Alaska, Kent Co, ship to Hammond's, on G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Albion, Calhoun Co, M CR R and Lansing Div L S & M S R R, Am and U S Ex. 
Alcona, Alcona Co, ship to Standish, on J L & S R R, Am and McClure's and Lake Shore Ex. 
Alembic, Isabella Co, ship to St Louis, on S V & St L R R, Am Ex. 
Algansee, Branch Co, ship to Quincy, on the L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Aigodon, Ionia Co, ship to Saranac, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Algonac, St Clair Co, ship to Baltimore Sta. on G T R R, or by water to Algonac, McClure's 

Express. 
Allegan, Allegan Co, M L S R R and Kalamazoo Div L S & M S R R, Am and U S Ex. 
Alleo, Hillsdale Co, L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
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A«l2i> Oetlt, -Odedna Cc^ ship. to Pentwater, on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Allendale, Ottawa Co, ship to Coopersville, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

AUeyton, Newaygo Co, Big Rapids branch C & M L S R R, Am Ex, 

Ailouez, Keweenaw Co, ship to Calumet, on Mineral Range R R. 

Alma, Gratiot Co, ship to St Louis, on the S V & St L R R, Am Ex. 

Almena, Van Buren Co, ship to Mattawan, on M C R R, Am Ex. 

Almira, Benzie Co, ship to Traverse City, on the GR&IRR, US Ex. 

Almira. (See Omena). 

Almont, Lapeer Co, ship to Romeo, on the C & St C Air Line R R, Canadian Ex. 

Alpena, Alpena Co, ship to Standish, on J L & S R R, Am Ex, or by Water tu Bay C'it^ 

Holt's Ex. 
Alpine, Kent Co, G R N & L S R R, Am Ex. 
Alto, Kent Co, ship to Lowell, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Alton, Kent Co. ship to Lowell, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Altona, Mecosta Co, ship to Morley, on G R & I R R, Am Ex. 
Alverson, Ingham Co, ship to Williamston, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex, 
Amadore, Sanilac Co, ship to Port Huron, on C &. L H R R, Am and Canadian Ex. 
Amber, Mason Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Amboy, Hillsdale Co, ship to Hillsdale, on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Amsden, Montcalm Co, ship to Fen wick, on Stanton branch D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Ann Arlx}r, Washtenaw Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 

Antrim City, Antrim Co, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Arbela, Tuscola Co, ship to Clio, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Arenac, Bay Co, ship to Standish, on J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
Argentine, Genesee Co, ship to Linden, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Arland, Jackson Co, G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Arlington, Van Buren Co, ship to Paw Paw, on Paw Paw R R, Am Ex. 
Armada, Macomb Co, St C & C Air Line R R, St C & C R R Ex. 
Arvon, Houghton Co, ship to L'Anse, on M H & O R R, Am Ex. 
Asa (Five Lakes Village), Lapeer Co, ship to Fish Lake, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Ashland (Grant Sta), Newaygo Co. G R N & L S R R, Am Ex. 
Ashley, Kent Co, ship to Kiddville, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Ashton, Osceola Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Assyria, Barry Co, ship to Battle Creek, on M C and C & L H R R's, Am Ex. 
Athens, Calhoun Co, ship to Union City, on M C R R Air Line, Am Ex. 
Athlone, Monroe Co, ship to Carlton, oti C S R R, Am Ex. 
Atkins, St Clair Co, ship to Furt Gratiot, on G T R R, Canadian Ex. 
Atlas, Genesee Co, ship to Grand Blanc, on F & P M, Am Ex. 
Attica, Lapeer Co, C & L H R R, Am Ex 

Atwood, Antrim Co, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R, U S fex. 
Au Gres, Bay Co, ship to Standish, on J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
Augusta, Kalamazoo Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 
Aurelius, Ingham Co, ship to Chapin's Sta, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
Au Sable, Iosco Co, ship via Bay City, Holt's and Reed & (ireen's Ex. 
Austerlitz, Kent Co, ship to Belmont, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Austin. Oakland Co, ship to Davishurgh, on O ^: M R R, Am Ex. 
Averilrs Sta, Midland Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Avery, Berrien Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 

Bad Axe, Huron Co, ship to Vassar, on D & B C R R, Brown's and Am Ex. 
Bagley, Menominee Co, C & N W R R, Am Ex. 
Baker's Corners, {See BervilU.) 
Bailey, Muskegon Co, GRN&LSRR, Am Ex. 
Baldwin's. [See Horim), 

Baldwin City, Lake Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Ball Creek (Tyrone Sta), Kent Co, G R N & L S R R, Am Ex. 
Baltimore, Barry Co, ship to Hastings, on G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Bangor, Van Buren Co, C & M L S R R, U S Ex. 
Banker's, Hillsdale Co, D H & S W and Ft W J & S R R's, Am Ex. 
Banks, Bay Co, ship to Bay City, on D & B C and F & P M R R's, Am Ex. 
Baraga, Houghton Co, 3hip to L'Anse, on M H & O R R, Am Ex. 
Bark River, Delta Co, C & N W R R, Am Ex. 

Barker Creek, Kalkaska Co, ship to Kalkaska, on G R & I R R, Am Ex, 
Barnard, Charlevoix Co, ship to Petoskey, on GR&IRR. US Ex. 



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es, Otsego Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
iftt. i&f SAe/Sy,) 
Lake, Washtenaw Co, ship to Dexter, on M C R R, Am Ex. 

itatii, Branch Co, ship to Coldwater, on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

ith, Clinton Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

ttle Creek, Calhoun Co, M C and' C & L H R R»s, Am Ex. 

IT City, Bay Co. F & P M and D & B C R R's, Am Ex. 
hy Port, Huron Co, ship to Bay City, Am Ex. 
Biy Siding, Delta Co, C * N W R R, Am Ex. 
pear Lake, Manistee Co, ship to Manistee. 

Biar Lake MiUs, Van Buren Co, K & S H Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
BcjTer, Delia Co, C & N W R R, Am Ex. 

Betver Creek, Gratiot Co, ship to St Louis, on S V & St L R R, Am Ex. 
Beaver Lake, Ogemaw Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
[Beilford, Calhoun Co, ship to Battle Creek, on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Beech, Wa)Tie Co. D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Betcb\-iUc. (See North Branch), 
Belden, Wayne Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Belding, Ionia Co, D L & L M R R Am Ex. 
Bell Oak. ySet Locke.) 

Belle River, St Clair Co, ship to Armada, on St C & C Air Line R R, Am Ex. 
Belleville, Wayne Co, ship to Denton's, on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Bdlevne, Eaton Co. C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Belmont. Kent Co. G R & 1 R R, U S Ex. 
Bengal, Clinton Co, ship to Fowler, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Bmnington, Shiawassee Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

Benona, Oceana Co, ship to Shelby, on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Benton, Washtenaw Co, ship to Bridgewater, on D H & S W R R> Am Ex. 

Benton Harbor, Berrien Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Benionia, Benzie Co, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R. U S Ex. 

Mn, Ottawa Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Berrien Center, Berrien Co, ship to Niles, on M C R R, Am Ex. 

Berrien Springs, Berrien Co, ship to Niles, on M C R R, Am Ex. 

^tttnnd, Berrien Co. .South Bend Br M C R R, Am Ex. 

J^enrJUc, St Clair Co, ship to Armada, on St C & C Air Line R R, St C & C Air Line Ex. 

BeAel, Branch Co, ship to Coldwater, on M C R R, Am Ex. 

B>g BetifCT, Oakland Co, ship to Royal Oak, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Bik' Prairie, Newaygo Co, ship to Morgan Station, on C& M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Big Rapids, Mecosta Co, G R & I and C & M L S R R's, Am & U S Ex. 

BigSpring, Ottiwa Co, ship to Berlin, on D & M R R. Am Ex. 

Birch Run, Saginaw Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Bird, Oceana Co, ship to Mears, on C & M L S R R. Am Ex. 

Bimingham, Oakland Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Kanark, Elton Co, ship to Vermontville, on G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 

Blackheny Ridge, Oceana Co. ship to Mears on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Kick Lake, Muskegon Co, M L S R R, U S Ex. 

Mtcknur, Saginaw Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Black River (no P O), C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Blair, Bany Co, ship to Nashville, on C & L H R R, Am Ex. 

Bbdon, Ottawa Co, ship to Grand Haven, on D & M and M L S R R, Am and U S Ex. 

J^eld, Lenawee Co, L S & M S and C S R R's. Am and U S Ex 

JWfield Junction, Lenawee Co, L S & M S and C S R R's, Am and U S Ex. 

KoofflCT Center, Montcalm Co, ship to Stanton, on D, L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Soomingdale, Van Buren Co, K & S H Div M C R R, Am Ex. 

Bloonnngton, Sanilac Co, ship to Port Huron on G T and C & L H R R's, Am and Cana- 
<litt Ex. 

J^ing Valley, Oceana Co, ship to Shelby, on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

wufton, Muskegon Co (no P O), ship to Muskegon on C cSc L M S and M 1. S R R's, Am 
MdUSEx. 

jBBfield, Saginaw Co, ship to Reese, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

«'»6cld Junction, Saginaw Co, ship to East Saginaw, on F & P M R R. Am Ex. 

Jond* Mills, Wexford Co, G R & I R R, U S Kx. 

''^^ns Mills, Barry Co, ship to Middleville, on G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 



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Bowcn Station, Kent Co, G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 

Bowne, Kent Co, ship to Lowell, on D & M R R, Am Ex, 

Boyne, Charlevoix Co, ship so Boyne Falls, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Boyne Falls, Charlevoix Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Bradley, Allegan Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Brady. (See Vicksburg.) 

Brampton, Delta Co, C & N W R R, Am Ex. 

Brandon, Oakland Co, ship to Pontiac, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Bravo (Sherman Station), Allegan Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Breckenridge, Gratiot Co, S V & St L R R, Am Ex. 

Breedsville, Van Buren Co^ C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Brick Tavern, Kent Co, ship to Berlin, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Bridgeport Center, Saginaw Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Bridgeton, Newaygo Co, ship to Newaygo, GRN&LSRR, Am Ex. 

Bridge j)ort. (See Bridgeport Center.) 

Bridgeville, Gratiot Co, ship to St John's on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Bridge water, Washtenaw Co, D H & S W R R, Am Ex. 

Bridgman, Berrien Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Brighton, Livingston Co, D, L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Brockway, Si Clair Co, ship to Emmett, on C & L H R R, Am Ex. 

Brock way. [See Ckarlesworih.) 

Brockway Center, St Clair Co, ship to Emmett, on C &L 11 R R, Am Ex. 

Bronson, Branch Co, L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

Brookneld, Eaton Co, ship to Olivet Station, on C & L H R R. Am Ex. 

Brooklyn. Jackson Co, D H & S W R R, Am Ex. 

Broomfield, Isabella Co. ship to Farwell, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Brown's, Berrien Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Brownsville, Cass Co, ship to Cassopolis, on C & L H and M C Air Line R R's, Am Ex. 

Bryar Hill, Wayne Co, C S R R, Am Ex. 

Buchanan, Berrien Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 

Buena Vista, Saginaw Co, ship to E Saginaw, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Bunker Hill, Ingham Co, ship to Leslie, on J L & S I< R, Am Ex. 

Burch's, Kent Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Burdickville, Leelanaw Co, ship to Traverse City, onGR&IRR, US Ex. 

Burlington, Calhoun Co, ship to Tekonsha, on M C Air Line R R, Am Ex. 

Burnips Corners, Allegan Co, ship to Allegan, on Kal Div L S & M S R R and MLS R R, 

U S Ex. 
Burns, Shiawassee Co, ship to Vernon, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Burnside, Lapeer Co, ship to Imlay City, on C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Burr Oak, St Joseph Co, L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

Bushnell Center, Montcalm Co, ship to Fenwick, on D, L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Butler, Branch Co, ship to Clarendon, on M C Air Line R R, Am Ex. 
Byron, Shiawassee Co, ship to Gaines Station, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Byron Center, Kent Co, Kal Div L S & M S R R., U S Ex. 
Cady, Macomb Co, ship to Utica, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

Caledonia, Kent Co. ship to Caledonia Station, on G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Caledonia Station, Kent Co, G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Califf, Muskegon Co, C &M L S R R, Am Ex. 

California, Branch Co, ship to State Line Ind, onF W J & S R R, Am Ex. 
Calkinsville, Isabella Co, ship to Clare, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Calumet, on Mineral Range R R, Houghton Co, ship to Hancock l)y Water, or via L'Anse 

on M. II & O R R. 
Calvin, Cass Co, ship to Vandalia, on M C Air Line R R. 
Cambria Mills, Hillsdale Co, ship to Hillsdale, on L S & M S and D H & S W R R, Am 

and U S Ex. 
Cambridge, Lenawee Co, ship to Brooklyn, on D H & S W R R, Am Ex. 
Cambridge Junction. (See Cambridge). 

Camden, Hillsdale Co, ship to State Line Ind, on F W J & S R R, Am Ex. 
Campbell, Ionia Co, ship to Saranac, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Can, Huron Co, ship to Reese, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Canaudaigua, Lenawee Co, ship to Clayton, on L S & M .S R R, U S Ex. 
Cannonsburgh, Kent Co, ship to Ada, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Canton, Wayne Co, ship to Denton, on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Capac, St Clair Co, C & L H R R, Am Ex. 



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parlcton, Monroe Co F & P M and C S R R's, Am Ex. 

Carlisle, Eaton Co. ship to Charlotte, on G R V Div M C and C & L H R R's, Am Ex. 

|C*ru, Tuscola 'Co, ship to Ree.se, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

CuTolIton, Sa^naw Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

!CtrM>n City, Montcalm Co, ship to Pewamo, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

pucade, Kent Co, ship to Ada, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Cisco, St. Clair Co, ship to Ridgeway, on G T R R, Canadian Ex. 

Ctse^-iUe, Huron Co, ship to Bay City, on D & B C, and F & P M R R's, Am Ex. 

tiaiovia, Kent Co, G R N & L S R R, Am Ex. 

Cis5 Bridge, Saginaw Co, ship to Bridgeport, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Cass City, Tuscola Co, ship to Reese, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

Cissopolis, Cass Co, C & L H and M C Air Line R R's, Am Ex. 

Caio, Montcalm Co, ship to Coral, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Cedar Creek, Barry Co, ship to Hastings, on G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 

Cedar Dale, Sanilac Co, ship to Port Huron, on G T and C & L H R R's, Canadian and Am Ex. 

Cedar Forks, Menominee Co, ship to Spaulding, on C & N W R R, or by water to Cedar 

Forks, Am Ex. 
Cedar Run, Grand Traverse Co, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Cedar Springs, Kent Co, G R,4 1 R R, U S Ex, 
Cedarville. {Sttr Cedaf Forks), 
CenicTviiie. \^See Lathrop). 

Central Lake, Antrim Co, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Central Mine, Keweenaw Co, ship by water to Eagle Harbor,or to Calumet via L'Anse, Am Ex. 
Centre, Eaton Co, ship to Grand Ledge, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Centrcvilie, St Joseph Co, M C Air Line R R, Am Ex. 
Cercico, Calhoun Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 
Chadwick, Ionia Co, D L & L' M R R, Am Ex. 
Champion, Marquette Co, M H & O R R, Am Ex. 

Chapel's Corners, Mason Co, ship to Ludington, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Chapin. {See Eden), 
Charlestown, Sanilac Co, ship to Port Huron, on G T and C & L H R R's, Am and Canadian Ex, 

bj- Water to Foreslville, McClure's Ex. 
Charlesworth, Eaton Co, ship to Eaton Rapids, on G R V Div M C R R and Lansing Br 

L S & M S R R, Am and U S Ex. 
Charlevoix, Charlevoix Co, ship to Petoskey, on G R & I R R, U S Ex, 
Charlotte, Eaton Co. G R V Div M C and C & L H R R's, Am Ex. 
Oiase. Lake Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Cheboygan, Cheboygan Co, ship by water, McClure's Ex, or to Petoskey, on G R & I R R, 

US Ex. 
Chelsea, Washtenaw Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 
Cbcsaning, Saginaw Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

Cheshire, Allegan Co, ship to Allegan, on M L S and Kal Div L S & M S R R's, U S Ex. 
Chester, Eaton Co, G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Chickaming, Berrien Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
China, St Clair Co, ship to St Clair, on St Clair River. 
Chippewa Lake, Mecosta Co, ship to Evert, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Chnrch'i Comers, Hillsdale Co, ship to Hudson, on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Clam Lake, Wextord Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Clare, Clare Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Clarendon, Calhoun Co, M C Air Line R R, Am Ex. 
Cbrksburgh. Marquette Co, M H & O R R, Am Ex. 
Clarkston, Oakland Co, ship to Clarkston Sta, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Ciay Banks, Oceana Co, ship to New Era, on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Ciay Hill, Wexford Co, ship to Clam Lake, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Clayton, Lenawee Co, L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

Clear Water. Kalkaska Co, ship to Kalkaska, on G R & 1 R R, U S Ex 
Citon, Wexfortl Co, shii) to Maiilon, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Cjiffjird, Lapeer Co, ship to Fish L.ike, on D iS: B C R R, Am Ex, 

Clifton, Keweenaw Co, ship to Ea^;le River by water, or to Calumet via L'Anse, Am Ex. 
I Cliff Mine \^See aiftofi). 

I Climax, Kalamazoo Co, C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
' Climax Prairie- {^See Ciimax), 

Ointon, Lenawee Co, Jackson Br L S & M S R R. U S Ex. 
Clinton Junction, Eaton Co, ship to Vermont vi He, on G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 



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Clio, Geneste Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Clyde, Oakland Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Clyde Center, Allegan Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Clyde Mills (No P O), St Clair Co, ship to Port Huron, on G T and C & L H R Rs, Am and 

Canadian Ex. 
Cob-Moo-Sa, Oceana Co, ship to Shelby, on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Cohoctah, Livingston Co, ship to Howell, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Goldwater, Branch Co, L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Coleman, Midland Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Collins, Ionia Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Coloma, Berrien Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Colon, St Joseph Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 
Columbia, Jackson Co, ship to Brooklyn, on D H & S W R R. 
Columbia, Van Buren Co. (S^^ Saddle Lake,) 
Columbiaville, Lapeer Co, D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

Columbus, St Clair Co, ship to Ridgeway Station, on G T R R, Canadian Ex. 
Commerce, Oakland Co, ship to Milford, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Comstock, Kalamazoo Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 
Concord, Jackson Co, M C Air Line R R, Am Ex. 
Conger, Montcalm Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Conners' Creek, Wayne Co, ship to Detroit. 
Cooks Sfa. (See Woodi'iUe.) 

Constantine, St Joseph Co, Kal Div L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Convis Center, Calhoun Co, ship to Marshall, on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Cooper, Kalamazoo Co, GR&I RR, US Ex. 
Coopersvillle, Ottawa Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Copper Falls Mine, Keweenaw Co, ship by water to Eagle Harbor, or to Calumet, on Mineral 

Range R R, via L'Anse, Am Ex. 
Copper Harbor, Keweenaw Co, ship by water to Eagle Harbor, or to Calumet, on the Mineral 

Range R R, via L'Anse, Am Ex. 
Coral, Montcalm Co D L & L M R R, Am Ex, 
Corey's, Cass Co, M C Air Line R R, Am Ex. 
Corinth, Kent Co, ship to Ross, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Cornell. (See Sebewa.) 

Coming, Isabella Co, ship to Farwellon F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Corunna, Shiawassee Co. D & M R R, Am Ex. 
County Line. (See Bailey.) 

Courtland Center, Kent Co, ship to Rockford, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Covert, Van Buren Co, ship to South Haven, on S II Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Crapo, Osceola Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Crawford, Isabella Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
Crawford's Quarry, Presque Isle Co, ship by water, McClure's Ex, by R R to Standish, on 

J L & S R R Am Ex. 
, Cressy's Corners, Barry Co, ship to Kalamazoo, on M C, L S & M S and G R & I R R'*) 

Am and U S Ex. 
Cresswell, Antrim Co, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Cross Village, Emmett Co, ship to Petoskey, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Croton Newaygo Co, ship to Howard City, on GR&I and D L & L M R R's, Am and U S Ex. 
Crystal, Montcalm Co, ship to Stanton, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Crystal Lake. (See Crystal,) 

Crystal Valley, Oceana Co, ship to Pentwater, on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Culver, Bay Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
Cumber, Sanilac Co, ship by water to Forestville. 
Dailey, Cass Co, ship to Howard, on M C Air Line. 
Dalion, Muskegon Co. C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Danby, Ionia Co, ship to Danby Sta, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Danby Sta, Ionia Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Dansville, Ingham Co, ship to Mason, on J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
Davison. (See Davison Sta), 
Davison Sta, Genesee Co, C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Davisburgh, Oakland Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Davisville, Sanilac Co, ship by water to Lexington, or by R R to Port Huron, on G T anJC 

& L H R Rs, Am Ex. 
Dayton, Berrien Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 



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Dean's Mills, Montcalm Co, ship to Sheridan, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Deaoville, Lapeer Co, ship to Imlay City, on C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
^Dearborn. (See Dearbomville.) 
Detrbomville, Wayne Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 
Dewlur, Van Burcn Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 
Deckervillc, Sanilac Co, ship to Forestville by water, to Port Huron by G T and C & L II 

R R's, Am and Canadian Ex. 
Deqj River, Bay Co, ship to Standish, on J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
Deer Creek, Livingston Co, ship to Fentonville, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Deerlield, Lenawee Co, L S & M S and C S R R's, Am and U S Ex. 
Dcerfield Center. (See Madison.) 
Delhi Center. {See IIoUA 

Delhi Mills, Washtenaw Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 
Delray, Wayne Co, ship to Detroit, Am and U S Ex. 
Delta, Eaton Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Denmark, Tuscola Co, ship to Reese, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Dennison, Ottawa Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Dennisonville. \See Georgetcywn.) 
Denton, Wayne Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 

Denver, Newaygo Co, ship to Montague, on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Detour, Chippewa Co, ship by water. 
Detroit, Wayne Co, Am, U S and Canadian Ex. 
Detroit June, Wayne Co. MC, CS, GT, D&BC, DL&LM,LS&MSR R's, Am and 

US Ex. 
Devereaux, Jackson Co, Lansing Div L S & M S R R, ship to Springport by U S Ex. 
DcWiit, Clinton Co, ship to Lansing, Am and U S Ex. 
Dexter, Washtenaw Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 

Diamond Springs, Allegan Co, ship to Hamilton, on M L S R R, U S Ex. 
Diamondalc, Eaton Co, Lansing Div L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

Diamond .Springs, Allegan Co, ship to Hamilton, on M L S R R, U S Ex. 

Disco, Macomb Co, ship to Utica on D & B C R R. Am Ex. 

Dorr, .\llegan Co, Kal Div L S & M S R R, Am Ex. 

Douglass. Allegan Co, ship to Richmond, on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Dover. {See Ba^e Lake.) 

Dowagiac, Cass Q), M C R R Am Ex. 

Drayton Plains, Oakland Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Drydcn, Lapeer Co, ship to Metamora, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

Dundee, Monroe Co, C S R R, Am Ex. 

Dunningsville (Dunning Sta), Allegan Co, M L S R R, U S Ex. 

DnpUin, Clinton Co. ship to Shepardsville on D & M R R, Am Ex 

Eagle, Clinton Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ea. 

Eagle Harbor, Keweenaw Co, ship by water or by M H & O R R to L'Anse, Am Ex 

IJ^le River, Keweenaw Co, ship by water or by M H & O R R to L'Anse, Am Ex. 

East Bay, Grand Traverse Co, ship to Traverse City on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

EA>t Dayton, Tuscola Co, ship to Vassar on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

East Gilcad, Branch Co, ship to Coldwater on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

East Golden, Oceana Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Ea« Greenwood, St Clair Co. 

East LeR.)y, Calhoun Co, ship to Battle Creek onMC&C&LHR R's, Am Ex. 

East Milan, Monroe Co, ship to Dundee on C S R R, Am Ex. 

Ea« Saginaw, Saginaw Co, F&PM&JLSR R's, Am Ex. 

East Sangaiuck, Allegan Co, C & M L R R. Am Ex. 

East SprinjQx>rt, Jackson County, ship to Onondago on G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 

East Tawas, I«isco Co, ship to Standish on J L & S R R, Am Ex, by water, Holt's Ex. 

Ea*i Thotford, Genesee Co, ship to Clio on F & P M R R. 

Eaumanvillc, Ottawa Co, ship to Coopersville on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Etstport, Antrim Co, ship to Traverse City on G R & 1 R R, U S Ex. 

E»ton Rapids, Eaton Co, G R V Div M C R R & Lansing Div L S & M S R R, Am & U 
SEx. 

Eau Claire, Berrien Co, ship to Dowagiac on M C R R, Am Ex. 

Ecorse. Wayne Co, L S & M S & C S R R*s, U S & Am Ex. 

Eden, Ingham Co, ship to Chapin on J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

EdcDTille, Midland Co, ship to Sanford on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 



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Edgerton, Kent Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Edgewood, Gratiot Co, ship to Brcckenridge on S V & St L R R, S V & St L R R Ex. 

Edwardsburgh, Cass Co, C & L H R R, Am Ex. 

Elba. Lapeer Co, E Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 

Elk, Saginaw Co. ship to Clio on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Elk Rapids, Antrim Co, ship to Traverse City, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Elkland, Tuscola Co, ship to Vassar on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

Ellington, Tuscola, Co, ship to Vassar on D lS: B C R R, Am Ex. 

Elsworth, Lake Co, ship to Ashton on G R & I R R, U S Ex, 

Elm, Wayne Co, ship to Elm wood onDL&LMRR, Am Ex. 

Elm Creek, Lapeer Co, ship to I^peer on D & B C & E Div C & L H R R's, Am Ex. 

Elmwood, Tuscola Co, ship to Reese on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

Elmwood. [See Elm.) 

Elsie, Clinton Co, ship to Ovid on D M R R, Am Ex. 

Elva, Tuscola Co, ship to Clio on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Embo, Charlevoix Co, ship to Petoskey.on G R & I R K, U S Ex. 

Emmett, St Clair Co, E Div C & L H R R. Am Ex. 

Empire, Leelanaw Co, ship to Traverse City on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Englishville, Kent Co, G R N & L S R R, Am Ex. 

Ensley, Newaygo Co, ship to Newaygo onGRN&LSRR. Am Ex. 

Epsport, Schoolcraft Co. 

Erie, Monroe Co, Det Div L, S & M S and C S R R's, Am and U S Ex. 

Rscanaba, Delta Co, C & N W R R, Am Ex. 

Essex, Clinton Co, ship to St John's, on D & M R R. Am Ex. 

Essexville, Bay Co, ship to Bay City, on D & B C and F cS: P M R R's, Am Ex. 

Estella. [Sec Stunner). 

Eureka, Clinton Co. ship to St. John's on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Evart, Osceola Co. F & P M R R. Am Ex. 

Exeter, Monroe Co, C S R R, Am Ex. 

Fair Grove, Tuscola Co, ship to Vassar, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

Fair Haven, St. Clair Co, ship to New Baltimore Station, on G T R R, Canadian Ex. 

Fairfield, Lenawee Co, C S R R, Am Ex. 

Fallassburgh, Kent Co, ship to Lowell on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Falmouth, Missaukee Co, ship to Clam Lake, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Farmers, .Sanilac Co, sliip to Fort Gratiot, on G T R R, Canadian Ex. 

Farmers' Creek, Lapeer Co, ship to Metamora, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

Farmington, Oakland Co, ship to Novi, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Farwell, Clare Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Fawn River, St Joseph Co, ship to Sturgis on L S & M S and G R & I R R's. U S Ex. 

Fayette, Delta Co, ship to Escanaba on C & N W R R, Am Ex. 

Felt's, Ingham Co, ship to Leslie, on J L & S R R. Am Ex. 

Fenwick, Montcalm Co, D L& L M R R. Am Ex. 

Fennville, Allegan Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Fenton. {See Fentonville), 

Fentonville, Genesee Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Ferris, Montcalm Co, ship to Stanton, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Ferry, Oceana Co, ship to Montague, on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Ferrysburgh, Ottawa Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Fillmore, Barry Co, ship to Irving, on G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 

F'illmore Center, Allegan Co, M L S R R, U S Ex. 

Fishers, Wayne Co, D L& L M R R, Am Ex. 

Fishers Station, Kent Co, G R & I R R. U S Ex. 

Fitchburgh, Ingham Co, ship to Leslie, on J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

Flat Rock, Wayne Co, C S R R, Am Ex. 

Fleming, Livingston Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Flint, Genesee Co, F & P M R R and E Div C &L H R R, Am Ex. 

Florence, St Joseph Co, Kal Div L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

Flower Creek, Oceana Co, ship to Montague, on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Flo\verfield, St Joseph Co. ship to Flowerfield Sta. on Kal Div L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

Flowerfield Sta, St Josei)h Co, Kal Div L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

Flushing, Genesee Co, ship to Ffint, on F & P M R R and E Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 

Ford River, Delta Co, ship to Escanaba, on C & N W R R, Am Ex. 

Forest City, Oceana Co, ship to Fremont Center, on Big Rapids Br C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 



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Forest Bay. {See P<nt Hope.) 

Forest Grove, Ottawa Co, ship to Hudsonville, on Grand Rapids Br C & M LS R R, Am Ex. 
Forot Hill, Gratiot Co, ship to St Louis, on S V & St L R R, S V & St L Ex. 
Forestville, Sanilac Co, ship to Port Huron, on G T and E Div C & L H R R, Cana- 
dian and Am Ex, McCIure's Ex by water. 
Fork, Mecosta Co, ship to Chippewa Sta. 
Forrester, Sanilac Co, ship to Port Huron, on G T and E Div C & L H R R, Am and 

Canadian Ex, McCIure's Ex by water. 
Fort Gratiot, St Clair Co, ship to Port Huron, on G T and E Div C & L H R R, Am and 

Canadian Ex. 
Four Towns, Oakland Co, ship to Pontiac, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Fowler, Clinton Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Fowlcnrille, Livingston Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Francisceville, Jackson Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 

Frankenlosty Saginaw Co, ship to Wenona. on J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
Franktnmuth, ^ginaw Co, ship to Bridgeport, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Frankentrost. {See Trostville,) 

Frankfort, Benzie Co, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Franklin, Oakland Co, ship to Birmingham, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Fraser, Macomb Co, ship to Utica Sta, on G T R R, Canadian Ex. 
Fredooia, Washtenaw Co, ship to Chelsea, on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Freeland. (See Tiitabawassee). 

Freesoil, Mason Co, ship to Ludington, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Fremont, Shiawassee Co, ship to Vernon, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Fremont Center, Newaygo Co, GRN&LSRR, Am Ex. 

FroDtier.Hillsdalc Co,ship to Hillsdale.on LS&MSandDH&SWR R's,Am and U S Ex. 
fruitland, Muskegon Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Fulton, Kalamazoo Co, ship to Vicksbuig, on G R & I R R and W Div C & L H R R, Am 

and U S Ex. 
Fyfe Lake, Grand Traverse Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Gagetown, Tuscola Co, ship to Reese, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Gaines Sta, Genesee Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Galesbnrgh, Kalamazoo Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 
Galien, Berrien Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 

Oak, Missaukee Co, ship to Clam Lake, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Ganges, Allegan Co, ship to Fennville, on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Garden, Delta Co, ship to Escanaba, on C & N W R R, Am Ex. 
Gates, Tuscola Co, ship to Vassar, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Gaylord, Otsego Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

Geary, Clinton Co, ship to Laingsburgh, on J L & S R P, Am Ex. 
Genesee. {See Genesee Village). 
Genesceville. {See Genesee Village). 
Genesee Village, Genesee Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Geneva, Lenawee Co, ship to Hudson, onLS&MSRR, US Ex. 

Geneva. (See Irvington). 

Genoa, Livingston Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Georgetown, Ottawa Co, ship to Jennison, on G R Br C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Gibraltar, Wayne Co, C S R R, Am Ex. 

Gilchrist, Allegan Co, M L S R R, U S Ex. 

Gilead, Branch Co, ship to Bronson, on L S& M S R R, U S Ex. 

Gilford, Tuscola, Co, ship to Reese, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

Gilnore, Benzie Co, ship by water or to Traverse City onGR&IRR, US Ex. 

Girtrd, Branch Co, ship to Cold water, on L S & M S*R R, U S Ex. 

Glass River, Shiawassee Co, ship to Fowlerville on D, L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Glen Arbor, Lcclanaw Co, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Glen Haven, Leelanaw Co. ship to Traverse City on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Glendaie, Van Buren Co, ship to Bangor on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Glenwood, Cass Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 

GoMcville, Van Buren Co, K & S H»Div M C R R, Am Ex. 

Golding, Oceana Co, ship to Mears, on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Good Harbor, Leelanaw Co, ship to Traverse City on the G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Goodells, St Clair Co, ship to Thornton on E Div C & L Huron R R, Am Ex. 

Goodison, Oakland Co, ship to Rochester, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 



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Goodland,Lai)eer Co, ship lo Imlay City on E Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 

Goodrich, Genesee Co, ship to Grand Blanc, on F & P M R R. Am Ex. 

Gowen, Montcalm Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Graafschap, Allegan Co, ship to Holland, on C & M L S and M L S R R's, Am and U S Ex. 

Grafton. Monroe Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Grand Blanc, Genesee Co, F & P M R R, Am. Ex. 

Grand Haven, Ottawa Co, D & M, and M L S R R's, Am and U S Ex. 

Grand Junction, Van Buren Co. C & M L S R R and K & S H Div M C R R, Am Ex. 

Grand Ledge, Eaton Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Grand Rapids, Kent Co, D & M, G R & I, G R V Div M C, Kal Div L S & M S, G R Div 

C&MLSandGRN&LSR R's, Am and U S Ex. 
Grandville, Kent Co. G K Br C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Grant, Kent Co, ship to Lowell, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Grass Lake, Jackson Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 
Grattan, Kent Co, ship to Lowell, on D & \f K R, Am Ex. 
Gravel Run, Washtenaw Co, ship to South Lyon, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Grayling, Crawford Co, ship to Crawford on J L &S R R, Am Ex. 
Green Oak, Livingston Co, ship to South Lyon, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Green Oak Station, Livingston Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Greenbush, Alcona Co, ship by water Green & Reed's Ex, or to Standish on J L & S R R 

Am Ex. 
Greenfield, Wayne Co. ship to Detroit, Am & U S Ex. 
Greenland, Ontonagon Co, ship to L'Anse on M H & O R R, Am Ex. 
Greenville, Montcalm Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Greenwood, Oceana Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Greenwood, Ogemaw Co, ship to Greenwood Sta on J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
Greenwood Sta, Ogemaw Co. J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

Greenwood Center, St Clair Co, ship to Emmett on E Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Greenwood Furnace, Marquette Co, M H & O R R, Am Ex. 
Grindstone City, Huron Co, ship by water, or to Port Huron on E Div C&LH&GTR 

R's, Am and Canadian Ex. 
Grosse Isle, Wayne Co, C S R R, Am Ex. 

Grosse Point, Wayne Co, ship to Detroit, Am, U S and Canadian Ex. 
Grosveiior, Lenawee Co, C S & L S and M S R R's, U S and Am Ex. 
Groveland, Oakland Co, ship to Holly on D & M and F & P M R R's, Am Ex. 
Gull Lake, Barry Co, ship to Kalamazoo on M C & G R & I and Kal Div L S & M S R R, 

Am and U S Ex. 
Gun Marsh, Allegan Co, ship to Plainwell on G R & I and Kal Div L S & M S R R's, 

Am and U S Ex. 
Gurnee, Mason Cu, ship to Ludington on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Hadley, Lapeer Co, ship to Metamora on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Hagar, Berrien Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Hamburg, Livingston Co, ship to Brighton on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Hamilton, Allegan Co, M L S R R, U S Ex. 

Hamlin, Monroe Co, ship lo North Raisinville on C S R R. Am Ex. 
Hammond, Kent Co, G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Hancock, iloughton Co, ship to L'Anse on M H &0 R R. Am Ex. 
Hanley, Ottawa Co, ship to J«nisonville on G R Br C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Hanover. Jackson Co, Ft W J & S R R, Am Ex. 
Hansen, Oceana Co, ship to Shelby on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Haring, Wexford Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Harris Creek. Kent Co, ship to Middleville on G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Harrisville, Alcona Co, ship by water via Bay City, Holt's and McClure*s Ex's, or to Sandish 

on J L & S R R, Am and Green and Rust's Ex's. 
Hart, Oceana Co, ship to Mears on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Hartford, Van Buren Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Hartland, Livingston Co, ship to Highland Sta on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Hartland Center, {See Hartland). 

Hartwellville, Shiawassee Co, ship to Owosso on D & M and J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
Harvey, Marquette Co, ship to Marquette on M H & O R R, Am Ex. 
Hastings, Barry Co, G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Havanna. {See IVestwooaf), 
Hazel Green, Shiawassee Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 



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Hazel Grove, Oceana Co, ship to Holton on Big Rapids Br C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
, Htxcllon, Shiawassee Co, ship to Hemlock City on S V & St L R R, S V & St L Ex. 
I Hemlock City, Saginaw Co, S V & St L R R, S V & St R R Ex. 
: Henderson ville. {See Haul Green), 
I Henderson's. {See Hazel Green), 
Henrietta, Jackson Co, ship to Jackson on M C R R, Jackson Br L S & M S R R and J L 

&SandFlWJ&SR R's, Am and U S Ex. 
Hersey. Osceola Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Hespcria, Oceana Co, ship to Fremont Center on Big Rapids Br C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Hickory Comers, Barry Co, ship to Augusta on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Highland. {See Highland Comers), 

Highland Comers, Oakland Co, ship to Highland Sta on F & P M R R, Am Ex, 
Highland Station, Oakland Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
HiUiard'*, Allegan Co, Kal Div L S & M S R R, Am Ex. 
HUlsdale, Hillsdale Co, L S & M S and D H & S W R R's, Am and U S Ex. 
Holland, Ottawa Co, M L S and C & M L S R R's, Am and U S Ex. 
Holly, Oakland Co, F & P M and D & M R R's, Am Ex. 
Holt, Ingham Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

Holton, Muskegon Co, Big Rapids Br C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Homer. Calhoun Co, Lansing Div L S & M S and M C Air Line R R's, Am and U S Ex. 
Homestead, Benzie Co, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Hope, Midland Co. ship to Averill's Sta, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Hopkins, Allegan Co, ship to Hopkins Sta, on Kal Div L S & M S R R, Am Ex. 
Hopkins Sta, Allegan Co, Kal Div L S & M S R R, Am Ex. 
Horton, Jackson Co, Ft W J & S R R, Am Ex. 

Houghton, Houghton Co, ship to L'Anse, on M H & O R R, Am Ex. 
Howard City, Montcalm Co, G R & I and D L & L M R R's, Am and U S Ex. 
Howardsville. St Joseph Co, ship to Moore Park, on Kal Div L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Howell, Livingston Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Hahbardston, Ionia Co, ship to Pewamo, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Hudson, Lenawee Co, L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
HttdsonviUe, Ottawa Co, G R Br C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Hughesville, Saginaw Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Humboldt, Marquette Co, M H & O R R, Am Ex. 
Hunter's Creek, Lapeer Co, D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Hurd's Corners. {See East Dayton), 
Huron City. Huron Co, ship to Port Huron, on G T and E Div C & L H R R's, Jenks & 

Janette's. Am and Canadian Ex, or by water, McClure*s Ex. 
Ida, Monroe Co, Monroe & Adrian Line L S •% M S R R, U S Ex. 
Itnlay, Lapeer Co, ship to Imlay City, on E Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
ImUy City, Lapeer Co, E Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Imperil! Mills (no P O), Kent Co. ship to Grand Rapids, Am and U S Ex. 
Indian Creek, Kent Co, ship to Grand Rapids, Am and U S Ex. 
Indian Lake, Kalamazoo Co, W Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. • 
Indiantown, Mason Co, ship to Ludington, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Ingcrsoll, Clinton Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Inkster, Wayne Co, M C R R. Am Ex. 

Inland, Benzie Co, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Intermediate, Charlevoix Co, ship to Boyne Falls, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Ionia, Ionia Co, D L & L M and D & M R R's, Am Ex. 
Io«co, Livingston Co, ship to Fowlerville on D, L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Irring, Barry Co, G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Irvington, Van Buren Co, K & S H Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Isabella City. {See Longwood), 

Ishpeming, Marquette Co, M H & O and C & N W R Rs, Am Ex. 
Ithaca, Gratiot Co, ship to St John's, on D & M R R, or to St Louis on S V & St L, R R, 

Am Ex. 
Jackson, Jackson Co, M C, Ft W J & S and Jackson Br L S & M S and J L & S R R's, Am 

and U S Ex. 
Jamestown. {See Penn). 
Jamestown. {See Forest Grove), 

Jamestown, Ottawa Co, ship to Hudsonville, on G R Br C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Jaaper. Lenawee Co, C S R R, Am Ex. 
Jay, Saginaw Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 



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Jeddo, St Clair Co, ship by water or to Port Hur«n, on G T and E Div C & L H R R's, Am 

and Canadian Ex. 
Jenisonville, Ottawa Co, G R Br C & M L R R, Am Ex. 
Jerome, Hillsdale Co. D H & S W R R, Am Ex. 
Jersey, Oakland Co, ship to Pontiac. on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Johnstown. (Set Bedford), 
Johnsville, Ottawa C^, M L S R R, U S Ex. 
Jones, C«ss Co, M C Air Line R R, Am Ex. 

Jonesville, Hillsdale Co, L S & M S and Ft W J & S R R's, U S and- Am Ex. 
Joyficld, Benzie Co, ship to Traverse City on G R & I R R, U S Ex, 

Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo Co, M C, G R & I and Kal Div L S & M S R R's, Am and US Ex, 
Kalamo, Eaton Co, ship to Vermontville on G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Kalkaska, Kalkaska Co, G R & 1 R R, U S Ex. 

Kasson, Leelanaw Co, ship to Traverse City on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Kawkawlin, Bay Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
Keeler Center. {See KeelervilU). 

Keelerville, Van Buren Co, ship to Hartford on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Keene, Ionia Co, ship to Saranac on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Kelly's Corners, Lenawee Co, ship to Woodstock on D H & S W R R, Am Ex. 
Kendall, Van 3uren Co, K & S H Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Kenockee, St Clair Co, ship to Port Huron on G T R R and E Div C & L H R R, Am and 

Canadian Ex. 
K^nbing^ton, Oakland Co, ship to Green Oak onDL&LMRR, Am Ex. 
Kibbie, Van Buren Co, K & S H Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Kibbie Sta. {See A'tbbie). 
Kiddville, Ionia Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Kilmanagh, Huron Co, ship to Bay City on F & P M, and D & B C R R's, Am Ex. 
Kinderhook, Branch Co, ship to Coldwater on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Kingsley. {See Paradise). 

Kingston, Tuscola Co, ship to Reese on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
LaCarp, Mason Co, ship to Ludington on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Lafayette, Gratiot Co, ship to Breckenridge on S V & St L R R, S V & St L R R Ex. 
LaGrange, Cass Co, ship to Dowagiac on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Laingsburgh, Shiawassee Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
Lake, Newaygo Co, G R N & L S R R, Am Ex. 

Lake City, Ionia Co, ship to Ionia on D & M and D L & L M R Rs, Am Ex. 
Lake Harbor, Muskegon Co, ship to Muskegon on C & MLS and M L S R R*s, U S and 

Am Ex. 
Lake Linden, Houghton Co, ship to Calumet, on Mineral Range R R. 
Lake Port, St Clair Co, ship by water or to Port Huron, on G T R R and E Div C & L H 

R R, Am and Canadian Ex. 
Lake Ridge, Lenawee Co, ship to Tecumseh, on Jackson Div LS&MSRR, US Ex. 
Lake Side, Berrien Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Laketon. {See Bridgtnan), 

Lakeview, Montcalm Co, ship to Greenville, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Lakeville, Oakland Co, ship to Oxford, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Lambertville, Monroe Co, ship to Sylvania, Ohio, on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
LaMont, Ottawa Co, ship to Coopersville, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
LaMotte, Sanilac Co, ship to Imlay City, on E Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Langston, Montcalm Co, ship to Greenville, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
L'Anse, Houghton Co, M H & O R R, Am Ex. 
Lansing, Ingham Co, D L & L M R R, J L & S R R, E Div C & L H R R, and Lansing 

Div L S & M S R R, U S and Am Ex. 
Lapeer, Lapeer Co, D & B C and E Div C & L H R R's, Am Ex. 
LaSalle, Monroe Co, C S and Det Div L S & M S R R's, Am and U S Ex. 
Lathrop, Delta Co, C & N W R R, Am Ex. 
Lawrence, Van Buren Co, ship to Decatur, on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Lawton, Van Buren Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 

Lee's Corner, Midland Co, ship to Midland City, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Leesville, Wayne Co, ship to Detroit, Am, Canadian and U S Ex. 
Leland, Leelanaw Co, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R, U S Ex, or by water. 
Lenox, Macomb Co, G T R R, Canadian Ex. 
Leoni, Jackson Co, M C R R, Air Line Am Ex. 



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leonidas, St Joseph Co, ship to Colon, on M C Air Line R R, Am Ex. 

Le Roy, Osceola Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Leslie, Ingham Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

Lexington, Sanilac Co, ship by water or to Port Huron, on G T R R and E Div C & L H 

R R, Am and Canadian Ex. 
liberty, Jackson Co, ship to Somerset, on D H & S W R R, Am Ex. 
Vbenj MilU. (S^^ Liberty), 

Licklcy's Comers, Hillsdale Co, ship to Hudson, on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
I Lima, Washtenaw Co, ship to Chelsea, on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Lincoln, Mason Co, ship to Pcntwater,on C & M L S R R, or Ludington, on F & P M R R 

Am Ex. 
linden. {See Haring), 
^Linden, Genesee Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Lisbon, Ottawa Co, ship to Sparta, on G R N & L S R R, Am Ex. 
Utchfield, Hillsdale Co, Lansing Div L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
UitlcUke, Monroe Co, ship to Vienna, on C S R R and Det Div LS & M S R R, Am and 

U S Ex. 
' Little Prairie Ronde, Cass Co, ship to Decatur, on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Little Traverse, Emmet Co, ship to Petoskey, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Livonia, Wayne Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Locke, Ingham Co, ship to LeRoy, on G R & I R R. U S Ex. 
Lockwood, Kent Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

London. Monroe Co, ship to North Raisinviild, on C S R R, Am Ex. 
Long Lake. Grand Traverse Co, ship to Traverse City, onGR&IRR, US Ex. 
Longwood, Isabella Co, ship to Clare, on F &.P M R R, Am Ex. 
Long Rapids, Alpena Co, ship to Standish, on J L & vS R R, Am Ex. 
Loomis, Isabella Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
i LoweU, Kent Co. D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Ludington, Mason Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
L\Tui, St Clair Co, ship to Capac, on E Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Lyon«», Ionia Co. D L & L M and D & M R Rs, Am Ex. 
Lyon's MilU, Clinton Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 
McDonald, Van Buren Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Mackinaw, Mackinaw Co, ship by water, or to Petoskey, onGR&IRR, US Ex. 
Mackinaw City, Cheboygan Co, ship to Petoskey, onGR&IRR, US Ex. 
Macomb, Macomb Co, G T R R, Canadian Ex. 

Macon, Lenawee Co, ship to Tccumseh, on Jackson BrLS&MSRR, US Ex. 
Madison, Livingston Co, ship to Linden, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Mincclona, Antrim Co. G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Manchester, Washtenaw Co, D H & S W and Jackson Br L S & M S R R*s, Am and U S Ex. 
Manistee, Manistee Co, ship by waler, or to Ludington, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Minlins. {See Richmond) 
Manton, Wexford Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Maple, Ionia Co, ship to Portland on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Maple City. { See Kasson) . 

Maple Grove, Barry Co, ship to Nashville on G R Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Maple Grove. {See Greenland), 
Maple Hill, Montcalm Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Maple Range, Oceana Co, ship to Shelby on C & M L S R R. Am Ex. 
Maple Rapids, Clinton Co. ship to St John's on D & M R R. Am Ex. 
Maple Ridge, Bay Co, ship to Standish on J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
Mapleton, Grand Traverse Co, ship to Traverse City on G R & 1 R R, U S Ex. 
Mapleton. {See Duplain). 

Maple Valley, Montcalm Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Marcellus, Cass Co, W Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Marengo, Calhoun Co. M C R R, Am Ex. 

Manila. Manistee Co, ship to Manton on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Marine City, St Clair Co, ship to Ridgcway on G T, and St C & C Air Line R R's,or by waier 

Am and Canadian Ex. 
Marion, Livingston Co, ship to Howell on D L & L M R R. 
Marlette. Sanilac Co, ship to Imlay City on E Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Marquette, Marquette Co, M H & O R R Am Ex. 
Marihall, Calhoun Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 



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Marshville, Oceana Co, ship to Shelby onC&MLSRR» Am Ex. 

Martin, Allegan Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Martinsville, Wayne Co, ship to New Boston on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Marysville, St Clair Co, ship by water, or to Port Huron on G T R and E Div C & L H R 1 

Am and Canadian Ex. 
Mason, Ingham Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

Masonvillc, Delta Co, ship lo Escanaba on C & N W R R, Am Ex. 
Matherton, Ionia Co, ship to Pewamo on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Mattawan, Van Buren Co M C R R, Am Ex. 

Mattison (no P O), Branch Co, ship to Bronson on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
May, Tuscola Co, ship to Vassar on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Maybee, Monroe Co, C S R R, Am Ex. 
Mayfield, Grand Traverse Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Mayville. [Set May). 

Meade, Macomb Co, ship to New Baltimore on G T R R, Canadian Ex. 
Mead's Mills, Wayne Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Meadville, Barry Co, G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Meanwataka, Wexford Co, ship to Clam Lake on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Mears. Oceana Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Medina, Lenawee Co, ship to Clayton on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Memphis, Macomb Co, shio to Ridgeway on G T R R, Canadian Ex. 
Mendon, St Joseph Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Menominee, Menominee Co, C & N W R R, Am Ex. 
Meriden, Ingham Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Merrillville, St Clair Co, ship to Emmett on E Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Metamora, Lapeer Co, D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Michigammi, Marquette Co, M H & O R R, Am Ex. 
Michigan Center, Jackson Co, >i C R R, Am Ex. 
Middleton, Ingham Co, ship to Mason on J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
Middleville, Barry Co, G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Midland City, Midland Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Milan, Washtenaw Co, ship to Ypsilanti on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Milford, Oakland Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Mill Brook, Mecosta Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Millburg, Berrien Co, ship to Benton Harbor, on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Mill Creek, Kent Co. G R & I and G R N & L S R R's, Am and U S Ex. 
Mill Grove, Allegan Co, M L S R R. US Ex. 
Millinglon, Tuscola Co, D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

Milton, Macomb Co, ship to New Baltimore Sta, on G T R R, Canadian Ex. 
Minden, Sanilac Co, ship to Port Huron, on E Div C & L H R R and G T R R, Am an 

Canadian Ex. . 

Mineral Springs, Newaygo Co, ship to Sand Lake, onGR&IRR, US Ex. 
Mitchell, Antrim Co, ship to Boyne Falls, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Moline, Allegan Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Monroe, Monroe Co, Det Div L S & M S R R, C S and F & P M R R's, U S and Am B 
Monroe Center, Grand Traverse Co, ship to Paradise, onGR&IRR, US Ex. 
Montague, Muskegon Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Montieth, Allegan Co, G R & I, M C & L M R R's. U S Ex. 
Monterey, Allegan Co, ship to Hopkins, on Kal Div L S & M S R R, Am Ex. 
Montgomery, Hillsdale Co, Ft W J & S R R, Am Ex. 
Montgomery. (S££ Afoon). 

Montrose. Genesee Co, ship to Flint, on F & P M and E Div C & L H R R*s, Am Ex. 
Moon, Muskegon Co, G R N & L S R R, Am Ex. 
Moore Park, St Joseph Co, Kal Div L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Mooreville, (5(f^ VorA). 
Morenci, Lenawee Co, C S R R, Am Ex. 
Morgan, Marquette Co, M H & O R R, Am Ex. 
Morgan Sta, Newaygo Co, Big Rapids Br C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Morley, Mecosta Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Moscow, Hillsdale Co. ship to Jerome, on D H & S W R R, Am Ex. 
Mosherville, Hillsdale Co, Ft W J & S R R, Am Ex. 

Mottville, St Joseph Co, ship to White Pigeon, on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Mt Clemens, Macomb Co, G T R R, Canadian Ex. 



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jl Morris, Genesee Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

R Pleasant, Isabella Co, ship to Clare, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

k Vcraon, Macomb Co, ship to Rochester, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

bir, Ionia Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 

tiQet Lake, Cheboygan Co, ship to Peioskey, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

bndy, Genesee Co, ship to Linden, D & M R R, Am Ex. 

(mgcrville, Shiawassee Co, D & M R R, ship to Owosso, on D & M and J L & S R R*s, 

Am Ex. 
biisiag, Schoolcraft Co, ship to Marquette, on M H & O R R, Am Ex. 
Nskegon, Muskegon Co, C & M L S and M L S R R's, Am and U S Ex. 
hakin, Wayne Co, ship to Livonia Sta, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
hpolcon. Jackson Co, Jackson Br L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

eville, Barry Co, G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
fillc. {See Pavilion), 
legaunce. Marquette Co, M H & O and C & N W R R's. Am Ex. 
\SsMi, Kent Co, ship to Greenville, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
felsonville, Charlevoix Co, ship to Boyne Falls, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Icro, Isabella Co, ship to Lake on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
lewaygo. Newaygo Co, G R N & L S R R, Am Ex. 

few Baltimore, Macomb Co, ship to New Baltimore Sta on G T R R, Canadian Ex. 
lew Baltimore Station. (See New Haven), 
few Boston, Wayne Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
jew Bnffalo, Berrien Co, M C and C & M L S R R's, Am Ex. 
fcwbttrg, Cass Co, M C Air Line R R,, Am Ex. 
lewbargh. (See Nankin). 
lewbury. {See KingsUm^, 

Pew Casco. Allegan Co, ship to South Haven on S H Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
lew Era, Oceana Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

lew Groningcn, Ottawa Co, ship to Zeeland, or G R Br C & M L S R R, Am Ex, 
lew Haven. Macomb Co, G T R R, Canadian Ex. 

lew Haven Center, Gratiot Co, ship to Pewamo on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
lew Holland, Ottawa Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
lew Hudson. Oakland Co, ship to Wixom on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Jwpoit, Monroe Co, Det Div L S & M S R R and C S R R, Am and U S Ex. 
lew Richmond, Allegan Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Jew Salem, Allegan Co, ship to Dorr on Kal Div L S & M S R R, Am Ex. 
■ewton, Calhoun Co, ship to Ceresco on M C R R, Am Ex. 
lew Troy, Berrien Co. ship to Troy on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
fficholviUe. {See Little Prairie Ronde), 
pes, Berrien Co, M C R R. Am Ex. 

linana Lake, ship to Reed City on F & P M and G R & I R R's, Am and U S Ex. 
loble Center, Branch Co, ship to Bronson on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
fJorris. Wayne Co, D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Jwth Adams, Hillsdale Co, D H & S W R R, Am Ex. 

North Batavia, Branch Co, ship to Union City, on M C Air Line R R, Am Ex. 
Honh Bradley, Midland Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Worth Branch, Lapeer Co. ship to Fish Lake on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
North Bams, Huron Co, ship to Vassar on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
North Byron, Kent Co. Kal Div L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Kwth Dorr, Allegan Co. ship to Dorr on Kal Div L S ^ M S R R, Am Ex. 
worth Eagle, Qinton Co, ship to Eagle on D L & L M R R. Am Ex. 
North Fanningion, Oakland Co. ship lo Pontiac on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
north Inring, Barry Co, ship to Hastings on G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
north Newbuigh, Shiawassee Co, ship to Vernon on D & M R R, Am Ex, 
ponh Plains, Ionia Co, ship to Muir on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Jorthport, Leelanaw Co, ship to Traverse City on G R & I R R, U S Ex or by water, 
gorth Raisinville, Monroe Co, C S R R, Am Ex. 

;<«h Star, Gratiot Co, ship to St Louis on S V & St L R R, S V & St L R R Ex. 

orth Unity, Leelanaw Co, ship to Traverse Cily on G R & I R R, Am Ex. 

«rth Vernon. {See Vernon), 
prthville, Wayne Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex- 

JwtoBTiUe, Ottowa Co, ship to Grand Haven onD&M, &MLSR R's. 
■«nren, jadoon Co, Jackson Br L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 



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Norwalk, Manistee Co, ship to Ludington on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Norwood, Charlevoix Co, ship to Petoskey on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Notlawa, St Joseph Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Nova Scotia. (See Winfield), 

Novesta, Tuscola Co, ship to Reese on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

Novi, Oakland Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Nunica, Ottawa Co, D & M and C & M L S R R's, Am Ex. 

Oak, Wayne Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Oakfield, Kent Co, ship to Greenville, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Oak Grove, Livingston Co, ship to Howell, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Oak Hill, Oakland Co, ship to Clarkston Sta, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Oakley, Saginaw Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

Oakville, Monroe Co, ship to Ypsilanti, M C R R, Am Ex. 

Oakwood, Oakland Co, .ship to Thomas, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

Ogden, Lenawee Co, C S R R, Am Ex. 

Ogden Center, Lenawee Co, ship to Ogden, on C S R R, Am Ex. 

Ogemaw, Iosco Co, ship to Standish, on J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

Ogemaw Springs, Ogemaw Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

Okemos, Ingham Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Old Mission, Grand Traverse Co, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Olive, Clinton Co, ship to St John's, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Olivet, Eaton Co, ship to Olivet Sta, on W Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 

Olivet Sta, Eaton Co, W Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 

Omard, Sanilac Co, ship to Emmett, on E Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 

Omena, Leelanaw Co, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Omer, Bay Co, ship to Standish, on J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

Onekama, Manistee Co, ship to Ludington, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Onondaga, Ingham Co, G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 

Onota, Schoolcraft Co, ship to Marquette, M H & O R R, Am Ex. 

Ontonagon, Ontonagon Co, ship to L'Anse, on M H & O R R, Am Ex. 

Orange, Ionia Co, ship to Ionia, on D & M and D L & L M R R's, Am Ex. 

Orangevillc, Branch Co, ship to Coldwater, onLS&MSR R, US Ex. 

Orangeville Mills, Barry Co, ship to Plainwell on G R & I and Kal Div L S & M S R R's 

Am and U S Ex. 
Orchard Lake, Oakland Co, ship to Pontiac, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Oregon, Lapeer Co, D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Orient. (See Sears), 

Orion, Oakland Co, D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Orleans, Ionia Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Ortonville, Oakland Co, ship to Thomas, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Osceola Center, Livingston Co, ship to Howell, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Oscoda. (5^^ Au Sable), 
Oshtemo, Kalamazoo Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 
Osseo, Hillsdale Co, L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Ossineke, Alpena Co, ship to Standish, on J L & S R R. Am Ex. 
Otisco, Ionia Co, ship to Kiddville, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Otisville, Genesee Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Otsego, Allegan Co, Kal Div L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Otsego Lake, Otsego Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
Ottawa Lake, Monroe Co, L S & M S R R. U S Ex. 
Ottawa Sta, Ottawa Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Otter Creek, Jackson Co, ship to Onondaga, on G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Otter Lake, Lapeer Co, Otter I^ke Br F & P M R R and I) & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Overisel, Allegan Co, ship to Hamilton, on M L S R R, U S Ex. 
Ovid, Clinton Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Owosso, Shiawassee Co, D & M and J L & S R R's, Am Ex. 
Oxford, Oakland Co, D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Pack's Mills, Sanilac Co, ship to Port Huron, on G T and E Div C & L H R R's, Am an 

Canadian Ex. 
PAincsvillc. Saginaw Co, J L & S and S V & St L R R's, Am and S V & St L R R Ex. 
Paint Creek, Washtenaw Co, ship to Ypsilanti, on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Palmer. [See Orleans). 



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Fdmer, Marquette Co, ship to Negaiinee, onMH&ORR,Am Ex, 
Pftlmyra, Lenawee Co, L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Pdo, Ionia Co, ship to Muir, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Paradise, Grand Traverse Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Paris, Mecosta Co. G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Pkrisville, Huron Co, ship to Port Huron, on G T & E Div C & L H R R's, Am and Cana- 
dian Ex. 
Parker's Comers. {See Iosco), 

ParkviUe, St Joseph Co, ship to Moore Park, on Kal Div L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Parma, Jackson Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 

Parshallville, Livingston Co, ship to Fenton, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Panello, Calhoun Co, ship to Springport, on Lansing BrLS&MSRR, US Ex. 
Pavillion, Kalamazoo Co, ship to Indian Lake, on W Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Paw Paw, Van Buren Co, Paw Paw R R. ship via Lawton, on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Peck, Sanilac Co, ship to Emmet, on £ Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Pwm, Cass Co, W Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 

Pena Mine, Keweenaw Co, ship to L'Anse, on M H & O R R, or by water to Eagle Harbor. 
Pentwater, Oceana Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Ptrrinsville, Wayne Co. ship to Livonia, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Perry, Shiawassee Co, ship to Owosso, on D & M and D L & L M R R's, Am Ex. 
Perry's Ker. (See Pierport). 

Petersbuig, Monroe Co, on Monroe & Adrian Line L S & M S and C S R R's, U S Ex. 
Petoskey, Emmet Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Pettysrille, Livingston Co, ship to Brighton, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Pewamo, Ionia Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Phoenix, Keweenaw Co, ship to Eagle Harbor by water,or to L' Anse,on M H & O R R,Am Ex. 
Pierport, Manistee Co, ship to Ludington, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Pierson, Montcalm Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Pinckney, Livingston Co, ship to Dexter, on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Pinconning, Bay Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

Pine Creek, Calhoun Co, ship to Union City, on M C Air Line, Am Ex. 
Pine Grove. {See Arbela). 

Pine Grove Mills, Van Buren Co, K & S H Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Pine Hill, Sanilac Co, ship to Port Huron, on G T and E Div C & L H R R*s, Am and 

Canadian Ex. 
Pine Run, Genesee Co, ship to Clio, on F & P M R R. Am Ex. 
Pine Run Sta, Genesee Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Pipestone, Berrien Co, ship to Benton Harbor, on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Pittsburgh, Shiawassee Co, ship to Bennington, on J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
PitUford, Hillsdale Co, L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Plainfield, Livingston Co, ship to Fowlerville, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Plainfield. ( See Austerlitz ) . 

PlainweU, Allegan Co, G R & I and Kal Div L S & M S R R's, Am and U S Ex. 

Plank Road, Wayne Co, ship to Fisher's, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Platte, Benzie Co, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Pleasant, Kent Co, ship to Berlin, on D & M R R. Am Ex. 

Pleasanton, Manistee Co, ship to Ludington, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Plymouth, Wayne Co, D, L & L M and F, & P M R R's, Am Ex. 

Pokagon, Cass Co, M C R R. Am Er. 

PUapeii, Gratiot Co, ship to St John's on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

PoBtiac, Oakland Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Pbd, Lapeer Co, ship to Attica on E Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 

Portage, Kalamazoo Co, Kal Div L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

Portage. {See Onekama). 

Portage Center, Kalamazoo Co. {See Portage'), 

Ptort Austin, Huron Co. ship by water, to Bay City on F&PM, D& BCR R*s, Am Ex. 

Pbrt Cresent, Huron Co, ship to Bay City on F & P M, D & B C and J, L & S R R*s, Am 
Ex, or by water. 

Porter, Midland Co, ship to St Louis on S V & St L R R, S, V & St"L R R Ex. 

Porters. {^See Randall). 

Port Hope, Huron Co, ship to Port Huron on G T and E Div C & L H R R»s Am and Ca- 
nadian Ex. 

Port Hnron, St Clair Co, G T and E Div C & L H R R's, Am and Canadian Ex. 
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Portland. Ionia Co, D, L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Port Sanilac, Sanilac Co, ship to Port Huron on G T and E Div C & L H R R's,Am and 

Canadian Ex. 
Portsmouth. {8fe Bay City), 

Potterviile, Eaton Co. W Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Prairieville, Barry Co, ship to Kalamazoo on M C, G R & I and Kal Div L S & M S R R's 

Am and U S Ex. 
Pratville, Hillsdale Co, ship to Hudson on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 
Prospect Lake, Van Buren Co, ship to Decatur on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Provemont, Leelanaw Co, ship to Traverse City on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Pulaski, Jackson Co, ship to Concord on M C Air Line R R, Am Ex. 
Pullen*s Corners. {See Romulus), 
Quimby, Barry Co, G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Quincy, Branch Co, L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

Quinn, Macomb Co, ship to Mt Clemens on G T R R, Canadian Ex. 
Rabbit River. {See Hamilton), 
Ratville. (See Hazelton). 

Raisin Center, Lenawee Co, ship to Adrian on L S & M S R R, U S Ex, 
Randal^, Saginaw Co. S, V & St L R R, S, V & St L R R Ex. 
Ransom, Hillsdale Co, ship to Hillsdale onLS&MSandDH&SWR R's, U S and 

Am Ex. 
Ravenna, Muskegon Co, ship to Coopersville on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Rawsonville, Wayne Co, ship to Ypsilanti on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Ray Center, Macomb Co, ship to Mt Clemens on G T R R, Canadian Ex. 
Raynold, Nlontcalm Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Reading, Hillsdale Co. Ft W & J S R R, Am Ex. 
Redfield Mills, Cass Co, ship to Cassopolis on M C Air Line and W Div C & L H R Rs, 

Am Ex. 
Redford, Wayne, Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Red Jacket, Houghton Co, ship to Calumet on Mineral Range R R. 
Reed, Oceana Co, ship to New Era on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Reed City, Osceola Co, F & P M and G R & I R R's, Am & U S Ex. 
' Reeder, Missaukee Co, ship to Clam Lake onGR&IRR, US Ex. 
Reese, Tuscola Co^ D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Republic, Marquette Co, M H & O R R Am Ex. 
Reynolds. (See Raynold). 

Richfield, Genesee Co, ship to Davison on E Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Richfield Center. (See Richfield), 
Richland, Kalamazoo Co, ship to Kalamazoo oh M C, G R & I and Kal Div L S & M S R 

R*s, Am and U S Ex 
Richmond, Allegan Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Richmond, Macomb Co, ship to Kidgeway on G T R R, Canadian Ex. 
Richmondville, Sanilac Co, ship by water, or to Port Huron on G T and E Div C & L H 

R R's, Am and Canadian Ex. 
Richville, Tuscola Co, ship to Vassar on D & B C R R, Am Ex, 
Ridgeway, Macomb Co. (See Lenox), 

Ridgeway, Lenawee Co, ship to Tecumseh on Jackson BrLS&MSRR, US Ex. 
Riga, Lenawee Co, LS&MSR R, USEx. 
Riley, Clinton Co, ship to Fowler on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Riley Center, St Clair Co, ship to Emmett on E Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
River Bend, Clinton Co, ship to Eagle on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
River Raisin, Washtenaw Co, ship to Manchester on D H & S W and Jackson Br L S & M 

S R R's, Am and U S Ex. 
Riverside, Berrien Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex, 
Riverside, Wayne Co, ship to Detroit, Am, U S and Canadian Ex. 
Riverton, Mason Co, ship to Ludington on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Rives June, Jackson Co, G R V and J L & S Divs M C R R, Am Ex. 
Roberts Landing, St Clair Co, ship by water or to New Baltimore on G T R R, Can Ex. 
Robinson, Ottawa Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Rochester, Oakland Co, D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Rochester, Kent Co. G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Rock Falls, Huron Co, ship to Port Huron on G T and E Div C & L H R R*s, Am and 

Canadian Ex. 



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Bockford, Kent Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Xockland, Ontonagon Co, ship to L'Anse on M H & O R R, Am Ex. 

Rockwood, Wayne Co, Dct Div L S & M S and C S R R's, Am and U S Ex. 

Rogers. Genesee Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Ra^rs City, Presque Isle Co, ship to Standish on J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

Rogcrsrille, Genesee Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

RoUin Lenawee Co, ship to Hudson on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

Rome, Lenawee Co, ship to Adrian on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

Rranc Center. (S^g Heme). 

Romeo, Macomb Co, St C & C Air Line R R, Canadian Ex. 

Rwnnlus, Wayne Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Rwtville, Antrim Co, ship to Mancelona on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Roscommon, Roscommon Co, J, L & S R R, Am Ex. 

Rose, Oakland Co, ship to Holly on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

RoseviUe. Macomb Co, ship to Utica Sta on G T R R, Canadian Ex. 

Rois, Kent Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Rowland, Isabella Co, ship to Stanton on D, L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Roxtna. (See Roxand). 

Roxand, Eaton Co, ship to Charlotte on G R V Div M C and W Div C & L H R R's, Am 

Express. 
Royal Oak, Oakland Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 

RoyaltoD, Berrien Co, ship to Sievensville on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Rttby, St Clair Co, ship to Port Huron on G T and E Div C & L H R R's, Am and Can Ex. 
Rural Vale, Lapeer Co, ship to Lapeer on E Div C & L H and D & B C R RN, Am Ex. 
Rust I no P O), Mecosta Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Rii^tford, Mecosta Co, ship to Morley on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
S«idle Lake, Van Buren Co, K & S H Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
Saginaw, Saginaw Co, J, L & S, S V & St L R R's, Am cSc S V & St L Ex. 
Saginaw, Marquette Co, M H & O R R, Am Ex. 
;Si Charles, Saginaw Co, J, L & S R R, Am Ex. 

St Clair, St Clair Co, ship by water or to Lenox on G T R R, Canadian Ex. 
St Helen, Roscommon Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

St James, Manitou Co, ship by water. 

St John's, ClinloB Co, D & M R R. Am Ex. 

St Joseph, Berrien Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

St Unis, Gratiot Co, S V ^ St L R R, S V & St L R R Ex. 

Stlem, Washtenaw Co, ship to Salem Sta, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Stlem SU. ( See Summit) . 

Stline, Washtenaw Co, D, H & S W R R, Am Ex. 

Salt River, Isabella Co, ship to St Louis on S V & St L R R, S V & St L R R Ex. 

Stlesburg, Bay Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

Sand Beach, Huron Co, ship f Port Huron on G T and E Div C & L H R R's, Am and 
Canadian Ex. 

Sand Uke, Kent Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Sandstone, Jackson Co, ship to Parma on M C R R, Am Ex. 

Sanford, Midland Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex, 

5«aii«, Ionia Co. D & M R R, Am Ex. 

SaTiuatuck, .Mlegan Co, ship to Richmond on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Stult dc Sic Marie, Chippewa Co, ship by water. 

Sawyer, Berrien Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Schoolcraft, Kalamaaoo Co, Kal Div L S & M S and W Div C & L H R R's, Am and U S Ex. 

Sew. Washtenaw Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 

Scofield, Monroe Co, C S R R, Am Ex. 

Scott's, Kalamaroo Co, W Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 

Sears, Osceola Co. F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Sebastopol. {See IVesi Windsor), 

Sebfwa, Ionia Co, ship to Portland on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Sebewung. Huron Co, ship to Bay City onF&PM, D&BCR R's, Am Ex. 

Seneca, Unawee Co, ship to Adrian on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

Sbarpsville. Lapeer Co, ship to Lapeer on D & B C R R. Am Ex. 
; Shelby, Oceana Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
: *<%. (See ShelbyvilU), 
\ Shelbyvillc, Allegan Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 



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Shepardsville, Clinton Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Sheridan, Montcalm Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Sheridan. (S^f MeadvilU.) 

Sherman, Allegan Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Sherman, Wexford Co, ship to Manton, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Sherman City, Isabella Co, ship to Farwell, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Sherwood, Branch Co, M C Air Line R R, Am Ex. 

Sidney, Montcalm Co, ship to Sheridan, on Stanton Br D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Silver Creek, Allegan Co, Kal Div L S & M S R R, Am Ex. 

Sitka, Newaygo Co, ship to Holton on Big Rapids Br C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Six Corners, Ottawa Co, ship to Coopersville, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Skinner, Bay Co, ship to Bay City, on D & B C and F & P M R R's, Am Ex. 

Slocum's Grove, Muskegon Co, ship to Casnovia, onGRN&LSRR, Am Ex. 

Smith's Corners, Oceana Co, ship to Pentwater on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Smith's Cr«ek, St Clair Co, G T R R, Canadian Ex. 

Smithville, Wayne Co, ship to Belden, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Smyrna, Ionia Co, ship to Chadwick, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Sodus, Berrien Co. ship to Benton Harbor, on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Solon, Lcclanaw Co, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Somerset, Hillsdale Co, D H & S W R R, Am Ex. 

Somerset Center, Hillsdale Co, D H & S W R R, Am Ex. 

South Arm. {See Nelsonville). 

South Blendon, Ottawa Co, ship to Hudsonville, on G R Br C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

South Boston, Ionia Co, ship to Saranac, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

South Butler, Branch Co, ship to Quincy, onLS&MSRR, US Ex. 

South Camden, Hillsdale Co, ship to Montgomery, on F W J & S R R, Am Ex. 

South Cass, Ionia Co, ship to Ionia, on D & M and D L & L M R R's, Am Ex. 

South Climax. Kalamazoo Co, ship to Climax, on W Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 

South Fairfield, Lenawee Co, ship to Jasper on C S R R, Am Ex. 
Southfield, Oakland Co, ship to Redford, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

South Frankfort. Benzie Co, ship to Traverse City, op G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

South Grand Blanc, Genesee Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

South Haven, Van Buren Co, K & S H Div M C R R, Am Ex. 

South Jackson, Jackson Co, ship to Jackson, on M C, Jackson Br LS & M S, J L & S and F W 
J & S R R's, Am and U S Ex. 

South Lyon, Oakland Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

South Riley, Clinton Co, ship to Lansiiig, on D L & L M, J L & S, Lansing Div L S & M S 
and W Div C & L H R R's, Am and U S Ex. 

South Saginaw. [See Emsi Saginaw). 

South Wright, Hillsdale Co, ship to Hudson, on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

Spalding, Menominee Co, C & N W R R, Am Ex. 

Sparta Center^ Kent Co, G R N & L S R R, Am Ex. 

Speaker, Sanilac Co, ship to Emmett, on E Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 

Spencer Creek, Antrim Co, ship to Mancelona, on G R & I R R, U S Ex.* 

Spencer Mill, Kent Co, ship to Greenville on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Spinner, Tuscola Co, ship to Vassar, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

Spring Arbor, Jackson Co, ship to Jackson, onMC, JL&S, FWJ&S and Jackson Di» 
L S & M S R R's, Am and U S Ex. 

Spring Brook, Gratiot Co, ship to St John's, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Spingdale Wexford Co, ship to Clam Lake, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Spragfield, Oakland Co, ship to Davisburgh, on D & M R R, Am Ex, 

Spring Lake, Ottawa Co, D & M R R Am Ex. 

Spfingport, Jackson Co, Lansing Div Ls&MSRR, US Ex. 

Springville, Lenawee Co, ship to Tecumseh, on Jackson Br LS&MSRR, US Ex. 

Springwells, Wayne Co, ship to Detroit, Am, Canadian and U S Ex. 

Standish, Bay Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

Stanton, Montcalm Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Stanwood. Mecosta Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. ^ 

Stark's (Corners, Cass Co (no P O), ship to Dowagiac, on M C R R, Am Ex. 

Stebbinsville Station, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Stella, Gratiot Co, ship to St John's, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Stephens, Lapeer Co, D & B C R R, Am Ek. 

Sterling, Bay Co, J L & S R R. Am Ex. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY; $$ 



llmnsTaie, Berrien Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Stockbridge, Ingham Co, ship to Chelsea, on M C R R, Am Ex. 

Stoneville, Marquette Co, ship to Marquette, on M H & O R R, Am Ex. 

Stony Creek, Washtenaw Co, ship to Ypsilanti, on M C R R, Am Ex. 

Stony Point, Jackson Co, Ft W J & S R R, Am Ex. 

&oay Run, Oakland Co, ship to Pontiac, on D & M R R« Am Ex. 

SlODey Run Siding. (Se^ South Grand Blanc,) 

Stnsbarg, Monroe Co, Monroe & Adrian Line L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

Strickland, Isabella Co, ship to Pewamo,on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Stronach, Manistee Co, ship to Ludington, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Stufgis. St Joseph Co, L S & M S and G R & I R R's, U S Ex. 

Soccess, Benzie Co, ship to Traverse City on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Sogar Grove, Mason Co, ship to Ludington, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Sugar Island, Chippewa Co, ship by water. 

Snmmerton, Gratiot Co, ship to St Louis, on S V & St L R R S V & St L R R, Ex. 

Summerville, Cass Co, ship to Pokagon, on M C R R, Am Ex. 

Sommit, Washtenaw Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Sommit City, Grand Traverse Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

SnmmitviUe, Lake Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Snmner, Gratiot Co, ship to Pewamo, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Sunfield. Eaton Co, ship to Portland, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Sntton's Bay, Leelenaw Co, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Svartz Creek, Genesee Co, ship to Gaines Station, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Sweet's Station. (See Fruiilann). 

Sylvan, Washtenaw Co, ship to Chelsea, on M C R R, Am Ex. 

Sylvester, Mecosta Co, ship to Morley, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Tallmadge, Ottawa Co, ship to Berlin, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

TawasCity, Iosco Co, ship to Stand ish, on J L & S R R, Am Ex, or by water from Bay 

City, HoU»s Ex. 
Taylor Center, Wayne Co, ship to Dearborn, on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Tayroouth, Saginaw Co, ship to Birch Run on F & PM R R, Am Ex, 
Tecumseh, Lenawee Co, Jackson Br L S & M S R, U S Ex. 
Tekonsha. Calhonn Co. M C Air Line R R, Am Ex. 
Texas, Kalamazoo Co, ship to Kalamazoo, on M C, G R & I and Kal Div L S & M S R R, 

Am and U S Ex. 
Thcdbrd Center. (See East Thei/ora). 
Thomas, Oakland Co, D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Thoniion, St Clair Co, E Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Tboniville, Lapeer Co, ship to Melamora, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Three Oaks, Berrien Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 

Three Rivers, St Joseph Co, M C Air Line, and Kal Div L S & M S R R's, Am and U S Ex. 

Tilden, Marquette Co, ship to Negaunee, on C & N W, and M H & O R R's, Am Ex. 

Tipton. Lenawee Co, ship to Tecumseh, on Jackson Br L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

Tittabawassee. (See Painesville, also Jay). 

Tompkins, Jackson Co, ship to Rives Junction on J L & S and G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 

Torch Lake, Antrim Co, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R, U S Ex, or by water. 

Town Une, Berrien Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Town Line. (See Yew), 

TiiTerse City, Grand Traverse Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Traverse Road. (See WoodvilU). 

Trent, Mnsktgon Co, ship to Casnovia on G R N & L S R R. Am Ex. 

Trent [See Moon)^ 

Trenton, Wayne Co, C S and Detroit Div L S & M S R R's, Am and U S Ex. 

Troitvillc, Saginaw Co, ship to East Saginaw, on F & P M R R, Am Ea. 

Troy, Oakland Co, ship to Birmingham, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Troy. {See Sawyer), 

Troy Comers. (See Troy). 

Trafant's, Montcalm Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Tuscola. (See IVoriJk), 

Tttsiin, Oscoola Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Twin Lake, Muskegon Co, Big Rapids Div C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Tyre, Sanilac Co, ship to Port Huron, E Div C & L H and G T R R's, Am and Canadian 
Ex. 

Tyrone, Kent Co. {See Ball Creek), 
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Tyrone, Livingston Co, ship to Fentonville, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Unadilla, Livingston Co, ship to Chelsea, on M C R R, Am Ex. 

Union, Cass Co, ship to Bristol, Ind, on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

Union City, Branch Co, M C Air Line R R, Am Ex. 

Union Home, Clinton Co, ship lo St John's, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Union Pier. Berrien Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Unionville, Tuscola Co, ship to Bay City on D & B C and F & P M R R*s, Am Ex. 

Utica, Macomb Co, D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

Vandalia, Cass Co, M C Air Line R R, Am Ex. 

Vassar, Tuscola Co, D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

Ventura, Ottawa Co, ship to Holland, on C&MLSandMLSR R's, Am and U S Ex. 

Vermontville, Eaton Co, G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 

Vernon, Shiawassee Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 

Verona, Calhoun Co, ship to Battle Creek, on M C & W Div C & L H R R's, Am Ex. 

Verona Mills, Huron Co, ship to Port Huron, on E Div C & L H and G T R K's, Amani 

Canadian Ex. 
Vickeryville, Montcalm Co, ship to Muir, on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Vicksburg, Kalamazoo Co, G R & I and W Div C & L H R K\ Am and U S Ex. 
Victor, Clinton Co, ship to Laingsburg, on J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
Victory, Mason Co, ship to Ludington, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Vienna. {Sfe Pine Run\, 
Vincent, St Clair Co, ship to Port Huron, on G T and E Div C & L H R R's. Am aw 

Canadian Ex. 
Volinia, Cass Co, Ship to Decatur, on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Volinia. {See \Vakelee). 

Vriesland, Ottawa Co, G R Br C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Wacedah, Menominee Co, C & N W R R, Am Ex. 
Wacousta, Clinton Co, shio to Lansing, on D L & L M, J L & S R R's, Lansing Br L S4 

M S, and W Div C & L H R R's, Am and U S Ex. 
Wahjamega, Tuscola Co, ship to Reese, on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Wakelee, Cass Co, ship to Volinia, on W Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Wakeshma, Kalamazoo Co, ship to Union City on M C Air Line R R, Am Ex. 
Wakeshma Center. {See Fulton). 

Waldenburgh, Macomb Co, ship to Mt Clemens on G T R R, Canadian Ex. 
Wales, St Clair Co, ship to Goodell's on E Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
Wallaceville, Wayne Co, ship to Dearborn on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Walled Lake, Oakland Co, ship to Wixom on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Walton, Grand Traverse Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Waltz, Wayne Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Warren, Macomb Co, D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Washington, Macomb Co, ship lo Utica on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Wateiford, Oakland Co, D & M R R, Am Ex. 
Waterloo, Jackson Co, ship to Franciscoville on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Watertown, Tuscola Co, ship to Columbiaville on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Watervliet, Berrien Co. C .^ M L S R R, Am Ex. 
Watrousville, Tuscola Co, ship to Reese on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 
Waverly, Van Burcn Co, ship to Paw Paw on Paw Paw R R via Lawton on M C R R» 

Am Ex 
Wayland, Allegan Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 
Wayne, Wayne Co, M C and F & P M R R's, Am Ex. 
Weare, Oceana Co, ship to Pentwater on C & M L S R R, Am Ex, 
Webberville, Ingham Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Webster, Washtenaw Co. ship to Delhi on M C R R, Am Ex. 
Wells. {See Culver). 

Wellsville, Lenawee Co, Monroe and Adrian Line. LS&MSRR, US Ex. 
Wenona, Bay Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
West Branch. Ogemaw Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
West Campbell, Ionia Co, ship to Lowell on D & M R R, Am Ex. 
West Casco, Allegan Co, ship to South Haven on K & S H Div M C R R, Am Ex. 
West Geneva. {See JrvingUm), 

West Haven, Shiawassee Co, ship to Henderson's on J L & S R R, Am Ex. 
West Leroy, Calhoun Co, ship to Climax on W Div C & L H R R, Am Ex. 
West Milan, Monroe Co, C S R R, Am Ex. 



AND BUSINISS DIRECTORY. 35 



West NoTu Oakland Co, ship to Novi Sta, on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

West Ogden, Lenawee Co, ship to Adrian on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

West Olive, Ottawa Co, M L S R R, U S Ex. 

Woton Lenawee Co, C S K R, Am Ex. 

WestphaKa, Qinton Co, ship to Fowler on D & M R R, Am Ex. 

West Sebewa, Ionia Co, ship to Ionia on D & M and D L & L M R R's, Am Ex. 

West's Mill, Saginaw Co, S V & SfL R R, S V & St L R R Ex. 

West Snmmit, Wexford Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

West Sampter, Wayne County, ship to Denton on M C R R, Am Ex. 

W»tYille, Montcalm Co, ship to Stanton on Stanton Br D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

West Windsor, Eaton Co, ship to Diamondale on Lansing Div L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

Westwood, Kalkaska Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Wexford, Wexford Co, ship to Traverse City on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

WTiecler, Gratiot Co, S V & St L R R, S V & St L R R Ex. 

Whig Center. (See South Butler). 

^Tiilc, Hilsdale Co,ship to Hillsdale onLS&MSandDH&SWR R's, Am and U S Ex. 

Whitefoid Center, Monroe Co, ship to Ottawa Lake on L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

WbiiehaU, Musk<^on Co, C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

White Lake, Oakland Co, ship to Clyde on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

While Lake Center, Oakland Co, ship to Clyde on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

White Oak, Ingham Co, ship to Mason on J L & S R R, Am Ex. 

White Pigeon, St Joseph Co, L S & M S R R, U S Ex. 

White River, Muskegon Co, ship to Montague on C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

While Rock, Huron Co, ship to Port Huron on G T and E Div C & L H R R's, Am and 

Canadian Ex. 
Whitesburg, Genesee Co, ship to Rogers on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 
Whites Station. Calhoun Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 
White Swan, Kent Co, ship to Kiddville, on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Whitewood, Wayne Co, ship to Detroit, Am, U S and Canadian Ex. 

Whitmorc Lake, Washtenaw Co, ship to South Lyon on D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 
Williamsburg, Grand Traverse Co, ship to Traverse City on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Williamston, Ingrahana Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Willianwvillc. Cass Co. >hip to Cassopolis on W Div C & L H and M C Air Line R R's, 
Am Ex. 

Winfield, Ingham Co, ship to Onondaga on G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 

Winn, Isabella Co, bhip to St Ix>uis on S V & St L R R, S V & St L R R Ex. 

Wimer, TusaJa Co, ship to Bay City on F & P M and D cSc B C R R's, Am Ex, 

Wixom, Oakland Co, F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Wood Lake, Montcalm Co, G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

WoodUnd, Barry Co, ship to Nashville on G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 

Wood Comers, Ionia Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Woodville, Xewago Co, Big Rapids Br C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Worth, Tuscola Co, ship to Vassar on D & B C R R, Am Ex. 

Wrights Bridge, Midland Co, ship to Sanford on F & P M R R, Am Ex. 

Wyandotte, Wayne Co. C S and Dct Div L S & M S R R's, U S and Am Ex. 

Yankee Springs, Barry Co. ship to Middlcville on G R V Div M C R R, Am Ex. 

Vew, Wayne Co, D L & L M R R, Am Ex. 

Vork, Washtenaw Co, ship to Saline on D H & S W R R, Am Ex. 

Vorkville, Kalamazoo Co, ship to .Augusta on M C R R, Am Ex. 

Vpsilanti, Washtenaw Co, M C R R, Am Ex. 

Vaba, Grand Traverse, ship to Traverse City, on G R & I R R, U S Ex. 

Z««land, Ottawa Co, G R Br C & M L S R R, Am Ex. 

Zilwaukw, Saginaw Co, J L & S R R, Am Ex. 



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POSTOFFICES IN MICHIGAN. 



Tht following is a complete list of Postoffices iu Michigan, arranged alphabetically, and 
terected ap to December i, 1874. County seats are indicated by c. h. and italics. Mcney 
pder offices are designated by a star (*}. Those included as Money Order ofBces in late 

ttie with Great Britain, Germany and Switzerland are marked by capital letters, (B) 
tning British, (G) German, (S) Swiss. 



NitoSce. 

Ibronia, 

Kb»cota, 

Acme, 

&da,« 

Mamsville, 
Iddison, 
idriam, c. Jk,, 

jUvaace, 

tor<m. 
Abbifter, 

iibioa, • 

lAlcosa, 

l&tembic, 

^ll^aiee, 

^odon, 

|A%oiiac, 

LAHen. • 
Alkn Creek, 
AUcodale, 

jAlloaez, 
Aim, 
I Aimeiift, 
Aliain, 
jAliBoat, 

|A]pise, 

Alto, 

.Alton, 

lAltoai, 

AI*erson, 

Anadorc, 

Aaber 

Aaboy 

Amideo, 
6 



County. 

Allegan 

Calhoun 

Grand Traverse 

Kent 

Cass 

Lenawee 

 B. G., 

Lenawee 

Charlevoix 

Newaygo 

Tuscola 

Iosco 

Kalamaxo<\ 

Kent 

Calhoun 

Alcona 

Isabella 

Branch 

Ionia 

St Clair 

, • B., Allegan 

Hillsdale 

Oceana 

Ottawa 

Newaygo 

Keweenaw 

• Gratiot 

Van Buren 

Benzie 

Lapeer 

•B. G.p Alpena 

Kent 

Kent 

Kent 

Mecosta 

Ingham 

Sanilac 

Mason 

Hillsdale 

Montcalm 



Postoffice. 

/4nn Arior^ c, h,, 

Antrim City 

Arbela, 

Arenac, 

Argentine, 

Arland. 

Armada, * 

Arvon, 

Asa, 

Ashland, 

Ashley, 

Ashton, 

Assyria, 

Athens, 

Athlone, 

Atkins, 

Atlas, 

Attica, 

Atwood, 

Au Gres 

Augusta, * 

Aurelius, 

Au Sable. • 

Attsterlitz, 

Austin, 

AverilPs Station, 

Avery, 

Bad Axe, 

Bailey, 

Baldwin City, 

Ball Creek, 

Baltimore, 

Bangor, • 

Bankers, 

Banks, 

Baraga, 

Barker Creek, 

Barnard 

Base Lake, 



County. 

• B. G., 

Washtenaw 

Antrim 

Tuscola 

Bay 

Genesee 

Jackson 

Macomb 

Houghton 

Lapeer 

Newaygo 

Kent 

Osceola 

Barry 

Calhoun 

Monroe 

St Clair 

Genesee 

Lapeer 

Antrim 

Bay 

Kalamazoo 

Ingham 

Iosco 

Kent 

Oakland 

Midland 

Berrien 

Huron 

Muskegon 

Lake 

Kent 

Barry 

Van Buren 

Hillsdale 

Bay 

Houghtou 

Kalkaska 

Charlevoix 

Washtenaw 



Postoffice. County 

Batavia, Branch 

Bath, Clinton 

Battle Creek, » B., Calhoun 
Bay City, c. A., * B. G., 

Bay 
Bay Port Huron 

Bear Lake Manistee 

Bear Lake Mills, Van Buren 



Beaver Creek, 
Beaver Lake, 
Bedford, 
Beech, 
Belden, 
Belding, 
Belle River, 
Belleville, 
Bellevue, * 
Belmont, 
Bengal, 
Bennington, 
Benona, 
Benton, 

Benton Harbor, 
Benzonia, 
Berlin, 
Bertrand, 
C< 



Gratiot 

Ogemaw 

Calhoun 

Wayne 

Wayne 

Ionia 

St Clair 

Wayne 

Eaton 

Kent 

Clinton 

Shiawassee 

Oceana 

Washtenaw 

* B., Berrien 

Benzie 

Ottawa 

Berrien 

Berrien 



Berrien Center, 
Berrien Springs y c, ^., • 

Berrien 
Berville, 
Bethel, 
Big Beaver, 
Big Prairie, 
Big Rapids y c. h,,* 



Big Spring, 
Birch Run, 
Bird, 

Birmingham, 
Bismark. 



St Clair 

Branch 

Oakland 

Newaygo 

B., 

Mecosta 

Ottawa 

Saginaw 

Oceana 

Oakland 

Eaton 



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UICHIGAN STATE GAZETTEER 



Postoffice. County. 
Blackberry Ridge» Oceana 

Black Lake, Muskegon 

Blackmar, Saginaw 

Blair. Barry 

Blenaon, Ottawa 

Blissfield, * Lenawee 

Bloomer Center, Montcalm 

Bloom ingdale, Van Buren 

Bloomington, Sanilac 
Blooming Valley, Oceana 

Blufifton, Muskegon 

Blumfield, Saginaw 
Blumfield Junction. Saginaw 

Bond's Mills, Wexford 

Bowen Station, Kent 

Bowen's Mills, Barry 

Bowne, Kent 

Boyne. Charlevoix 

Bradley, Allegan 

Brady, Kalamazoo 

Brampton, Delta 

Brandon, Oakland 

Bravo, Allegan 

Breckenridge, Gratiot 

Breedsville, * Van Buren 

Brick Tavern, Kent 
Bridgeport Center, Saginaw 

Bridgeton, Newaygo 

Bridgeville, Gratiot 

Bridgewater, Washtenaw 

Bridgman, Berrien 

Brighton, * Livingston 

Brockway, St Clair 
Brockway Center, St Clair 

Bronson, * Branch 

Brookiield, Eaton 

Brooklyn, * Jackson 

Broom field, lasbella 

Brownsville, Cass 

Buchanan, * Berrien 

Buena Vista, Saginaw 

Bunker Hill, Ingham 

Burch's, Kent 

Burdickville, Leelanaw 

Burlington, Calhoun 
Bumip's Comers, Allegan 

Bums, Shiawassee 

Bumside, Lapeer 

Burr Oak,^ St Joseph 

Bushnell Center, Montcalm 

Butler, Branch 

Byron, * Shiawassee 

Byron Center, Kent 

Cady, Macomb 

Caledonia, Kent 

Caledonia Station, Kent 

California, Branch 

Calkinsville, Isabella 

Calumet, * B., Houghton 

Calvin, • Cass 

Cambria Mills, Hillsdale 

Cambridge, Lenawee 



Potteffice. 

Camden, 

Campbell, 

Can, 

Canandaigua, 

Cannonsburgh, 

Canton, 

Capac,* 

Carleton, 

Carlisle, 

CarOt c, A., * 

CarroUton, 

Carson City, 

Cascade, 

Casco, 

Caseville, 

Casnovia, 

Cass Bridge, 

Cass City, 

Cassopods^ c. h.^ * 

Cato, 

Cedar O'eek, 

Cedar Dale, 



County. 

Hillsdale 

Ionia 

Huron 

Lenawee 

Kent 

Wayne 

St Clair 

Monroe 

Eaton 

Tuscola 

Saginaw 

Montcalm 

Kent 

St Clair 

Huron 

Kent 

Saginaw 

Tuscola 

Cass 

Montcalm 

Barry 

Sanilac 



Postoffice. 
Clinton,  
Clinton Junction, 
Clio, 
Clyde, 

Clyde Center, 
Cob Moo Sa, 
Cohoctah, 



Couatf. 

Lenawee 

Eaton 

Genesee 

Oakland 

Allegii 

Ocean 

Livingston 



Cedar Fork, Menominee 

Cedar Springs, * Kent 

Cedar Run, Grand Traverse 
Center, Eaton 

CeniervilU^ c. A,, St Joseph 
Central Lake, Antrim 

Central Mine, Keweenaw 
kCeresco, * Calhoun 

Chadwick, Ionia 

Champion, Marquette 

Chappel's Corners, Mason 
Charleston, Sanilac 

Charlesworth, E^ton 

Charlevoix^ c. A., * 

Charlevoix 
Charlotte c, h., * B., Eaton 
Chase, Lake 

Cheboygan^ e. h,,* B., 

Cheboygan 
Chelsea, * Washtenaw 

Chesaning, Saginaw 

Cheshire, Allegan 

Chester, Eaton 

Chickaming, Berrien 

China, St Clair 

Chippewa Lake, Mecosta 
Church's Corners, Hillsdale 
Clam Lake, * Wexford 

Clare Clare 

Clarendon, Calhoun 

Clarksburgh, Marquette 

Clarkston,* Oakland 

Clay Bank, Oceana 

Clay Hill, Wexford 

Clayton, * Lenawee 

Clear Water, Antrim 

Cleon, Manistee 

Clifford, Lapeer 

Clifton, Keweenaw 

Climax, Kalamazoo 



Coldwater, c. h., * B, Brand 

Coleman, Midland 

Collins lonit 

Coloma, Berriei 

Colon, St Joseph 

Columbia, Jackson 

Columbiaville, Lapecf 

Columbus, St Qau 

Commerce, Oakland 

Comstock, KalamaxoQ 

Concord, Jacksot 

Conger, Montcala 

Conner's Creek, Wayne 

ConsUntine, St Joseph 

Convis Center, Calhoun 

Cooper, Kalamaioo 

Coopersville, » Otuwa 
CopperFalU Mine, Keweenaw 

Copper Harbor, Kewecntir 

Coral, Montcalm 

Corey, Cta 

Corinth, Ken! 

Cortland Center, Kent 

Corunna^ c. A., * B., 

Shiawassee 

Covert, Van Buren 

Crawford, IsabcUi 
Crawford's Quarry, 

Presouelsk 

Crapo, Osccoli 

Cressy's Comers, Ban) 

Cresswell * AntriB 

Cross Village, Emmetl 

Croton,  Newaygc 

Crystal, Montcala 

Crystal Valley, Oceana 

Culver, Bq 

Cumber, Sanilac 

Dailey, Ci« 

Dalton, Mttskegfl 

Danby, . lonii 

Dansville, Inghafl 

Davisburgh, Oakland 

Davison Station, Genestt 

Davisville Sanila( 

Dayton, Benici 

Dean's Mills, Montcaln 

Deanville, Lapeei 

Dearbornville, WayW 

Decatur, • Van Bum 

Deckerville, Sanilac 

Deep River, Ba) 

Deer Creek, Livingitoi 

Deerfield, Lenawee 

Delhi Mills, Washtenan 



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39 



Nttofficc. 

Deliay, 

Deha, 

Denjiuurk, 

Dennisoo, 

Denton, 

DcnYcr, 

Detoir, 



County. 

Wayne 

Eaton 

Tuscola 

Ottawa 

Wayne 

Newaygo 

Chippewa 



Postoffice. 

Empire, 

EnglUhville, 

Ensley, 

Epsport, 

Erie. 



ncioar, Ji^nippc 

Ddrtrit, c. A,, • B. G. S., 

Wayne , . 
Detroit JuDctioii, Wayne 

Dcvereanx, Jackson 

DeWitt, • Clinton 

Dexter, * Washtenaw 

Dimondale, 
Diamond Sprinss, 
Disco, 
Dorr, 
Douglas, 
Dowagiac, * B., 
Drayton Plains, 



Dr^en, 
Dandee, • 
Donningville, 
DaPlain, 

Eagle Harbor, 
Eagle River, 



Eaton 

Allegan 

Macomb 

Allegan 

Allegan 

Cass 

Oakland 

Lapeer 

Monroe 

Allegan 

Qinton 

Clinton , 

Keweenaw i 

Keweenaw 



East Bay. Grand Traverse 
East Dayton, Tuscola 

Eait GUcad, Branch 

East Golden, Oceana 

East LcRoy, Calhoun 

EaitiBanville, OtUwa 

East Milan, Monroe 

Eastport, Antrim 

East Saginaw,* B. G. , Saginaw 

E«Sf («an>M*ti«>1r AllA«va*i 



East Saugatuek, 
East Springport, 
East Tawas, * 
East Thetford, 
Eatoo Rapids, 
Eta Claire, 
Ecorse, 
Eden/ 
EdcBviDe, 
Edgerton, 
Edgcwood, 
Edwardsbuigh, 

Wand, 

£» ^a/iA, c. A., 

EDiiigum, 

KQsworth, 

Bha Creek, 

BfaiHan, 

Efaawood, 

BItp, 

Ciibo, 

Ewnett, 



Allegan 

Jackson 

Iosco 

Genesee 

Eaton 

Berrien 

Wayne 

Ingham 

Midland 

Kent 

Gratiot 

Cass 

Lapeer 

Saginaw 

Tuscola 

Antrim 

Tuscola 

Lake 

Wayne 

Lapeer 

Gratiot 

Tuscola 

Clinton 

Tuscola 

Charlevoix 

St Clair 



County. 
Leelanaw 
Kent 
Newaygo 
Schoolcraft 

., Monroe 
Escanaba, r. ^., * B., Delta 

Essex, Clinton 

Essexville, Bay 

Eureka, Clinton 

Evart, * Osceola 

Exeter, Monroe 

Fairfield, Lenawee 

Fair Grove, Tuscola 

Fair Haven, St Clair 

Fallasburgh, Kent 

Falmouth, Missaukee 

Farmer's, Sanilac 

Farmer's Creek, Lapeer 

Farmington, Oakland 

Farwell, c. A., Claire 

Fawn River, St Joseph 

Fayette, Delta 

Felt's, Ingham 

Fennville, Allegan 

Fentonville, * Genesee 

Fenwick, Montcalm 

Ferris, Mont<Ailm 

Ferry, Oceana 

Ferrysburgh, Ottawa 

Fillmore, Barry 

Fillmore Centre, Allegan 

Fisher's Station, Kent 

Fitchburgh, Ingham 

Flat Rock, Wayne 

Fleming, Livingston 

/7m/, c. A., * B. G., Genesee 

Florence, St Joseph 

Flower Creek, Oceana 

Flowerfield, St Joseph 

Flushing, Genesee 

Ford River, Delta 

Forest City, Oceana 

Forest Grove, Ottawa 

Forest Hill, Gratiot 

Forestville, Sanilac 

Fork, Mecosta 

Forrester, Sanilac 

Fort Gratiot, St Clair 

Four Towns, Oakland 

Fowler, Clinton 

Fowlerville, * Livingston 

Franciscoville, Jackson 

Frankenlust, Saginaw 

Frankenmuth, Saginaw 
Frankfort, c. A,,* Benzie 

Franklin, Oakland 

Fraser, Macomb 

Fredonia, Washtenaw 

Free Soil, Mason 

Fremont, Shiawassee 

Fremont Center, Newaygo 

Frontier, Hillsdale 



Postoffice. County. 

Fruitland, Muskegon 

Fruitport, Muskegon 

Fulton, Kalamazoo 
Fyfc Lake, Grand Traverse 

Gagetown, Tuscola 

Gaines' Station, Genesee 

Galesburgh, * Kalamazoo 



Galien, 

Gait, 

Ganges, 

Garden, 

Gaylord, 

Geary, 



Berrien 

Missaukee 

Allegan 

Delta 

Otsego 

Clinton 



Genesee Village, Genesee 

Geneva, Lenawee 

Genoa, Livingston 

Georgetown, Ottawa 

Gibraltar, Wayne 

Gilead, Branch 

Gilford, Tuscola 

Gilmore, Benzie Co 

Girard, Branch 

Glass River, Shiawassee 

Glen Arbor, Leelanaw 

Glendale, Van Buren 

Glen Haven, Leelanaw 

Glenwood, Cass 

Gobleville, Van Buren 

Golding, Oceana 

Goodell's, St Clair 

I Good Harbor, Leelanaw 

• Goodison, Oakland 

> Good land, Lapeer 

' Goodrich, Genesee 

I Gowen, Montcalm 

Graafschap, Allegan 

Grafton, Monroe 

Grand Blanc, Genesee 
Grand Haven, * B., Ottawa 

Grand Junction, Van Buren 

Grand Ledge, * Eaton 
Grand Rapids,* B. G. S., Kent 

Grandville, Kent 

Grant, Kent 

Grass Lake, * Jackson 

Grattan, Kent 

Gravel Run, Washtenaw 

Grayling, Crawford 

Greenbush, Alcona 

Greenfield, Wayne 

Greenland, Ontonagon 

Green Oak, Livingston 
Green Oak Station, Livingston 

Greenville,  B., Montcalm 

Greenwood, Ogemaw 
Greenwood Furnace, 

Marquette 

Grind Stone City, Huron 

Grosse Isle, Wayne 

Grouse Point, Wayne 

Grosvenor, Lenawee 

Gull Lake, Barry 



I 



40 



MICHIGAN STATB GAZBTTKE& 



Postoffice. 

Gun Marsh, 

Gurnee, 

Hadley, 

Hagar, 

Hamburgh, 

Hamilton, 

Hamlin, 

Hammond, 

Hancock, 

Hanley, 

HanoTcr, 

Hansen, 

Haring, 

Harris' Creek, 



County. 

Allegan 

Mason 

Lapeer 

Berrien 

Livingston 

Allegan 

Monroe 

Kent 

Houghton 

Ottawa 

Jackson 

Oceana 

Wexford 

Kent 



Harrisville, c, A.,* B., Alcona 
Hart, r. A., • B., Oceana 

Hartford,  Van Buren 

Hartland, Livingston 

Hartwellville, Shiawassee 
Harvey, Marquette 

Hastings, r. A., * B., Barry 
Hazel Green, Shiawassee 

Hazel Grove, Oceana 

Hazelton, Shiawassee 

Hemlock City, Saginaw 

Henrietta, Jackson 

Hcrsey, r. A., • B., Osceola 
Hesperia, Oceana 

Hickory Corners, Barry 

Highland, Oakland 

Highland Station, Oakland 
Hilliard's, Allegan 

HiUsdaU, c. h., * B., Hillsdale 
Holland, • Ottawa 

Holly, * Oakland 

Holt, Ingham 

H<ilton, Muskegon 

Homer, •• Calhoun 

Homestead, Benzie 

Hope^ Midland 

Hopkins, Allegan 

Hopkins Station, Allegan 
Horton, Jackson 

Houghton, c. h„ * B. G., 

Houghton 
Howard City, * Montcalm 
Howardsville, St Joseph 

Howell^ c, h,^* Livingston 
Hubbardston,* Ionia 

Hudson, * Lenawee 



Hudsonville, 
Hughesville, 
Humboldt, 
Hunter's Creek, 
Huron City, 
Ida,* 
Imlay, 
Imlay City, 
Indian Creek, 
Indian Town, 
Ingersoll, 
Inkster. 



Ottawa 

Saginaw 

Marquette 

Lapeer 

Huron 
Monroe 

Lapeer 

Lapeer 
Kent 

Mason 
Clinton 

Wayne 



Postoffice. 

Inland, 

Intermediate, 

lonia^ c, A.,  B^, 

Iosco, 

Irving, 

Irvington, 



Cottnty. 

Benzie 

Charlevoix 

Ionia 

Livingston 

Barry 

Van Buren 



Ishpeming, * B. G. S., 

Marquette 

Ithaca^ c, h,. * B., Gratiot 

Jackson, r. A., * B., Jackson 

Jamestown, Ottawa 

Jasper, Lenawee 

Jay, Saginaw 

Jeddo, St Clair 

Jefferson, Hillsdale 

Jenisonville, Ottawa 

Jerome, Hillsdale 

Jersey, Oakland 

Johnsville, Ottawa i 

Jonesville, * Hillsdale i 

Joyfield, Benzie 

Kalamazoo, c, h.y* B. G. S., 

Kalamazoo 

Kalamo, Eaton 

Kalkaska, c, A., Kalkaska 

Kasson, ' Leelanaw 

Kawkawlin, Bay 

Keelersville, Van Buren 

Keene, Ionia 

Kelly'e Corners, Lenawee 

Kendall, Van Buren 

Kenockee, St Clair 

Kensington, Oakland 

Kilmanagh, Huron 

Kibbie, Van Buren 

Kidville, Ionia 

Kinderhook, Branch 

Kingston, Tuscola 

La Carp, Mason 

La Fayette, Gratiot 

La Grange, Cass 

Laingsburgh, Shiawassee 

Lake. Newaygo 

Lake City, Ionia 

Lake Harbor, Muskegon 

Lake Linden, Houghton 

Lake Port, St Clair 

Lake Ridge, Lenawee 

Lake Side, Berrien 

Lakeview, Montcalm 

Lakeville, Lambertville 

Lambertville, Monroe 

Lamont, Ottawa 

Lamotte, Sanilac 

Langston, Montcalm 

L'Anse, Houghton 

Lansing^  B. G. S., Ingham 

Lapeer, c. A., * B., Lapeer 

LaSalle, Monroe 

Lathrop, Delta 

Lawrence, * Van Buren 

Lawton,  Van Buren 



County. 

Midland 

Wayne 

Leelanaw 

Jackson 

St Joseph 

Osceola 

Ingham 



Postoffice. 
Lee's Comer, 
Leesville, 
Leland, 
Leoni, 
Leonidas, 
LeRoy, 
Leslie, 

Lexington, c. h.,* B., Sanilac 

^Liberty, Jackson 
Lickley's Corners, Hillsdale 

Lima, Washtenaw 

Lincoln^ c. A., Mason 

Linden, Genesee 

Lisbon, Ottawa 

Litchfield, * HilUdale 

Little Lake, Monroe 
Little Prairie Konde, Cass 

Litiie Traverse, c, A., Emmett 

Livonia, Wayne 

Locke, Ingham 

Lockwood, Kent 

London, Monroe 
Long Lake, Grand Traverse 

Long Rapids, Alpena 

Longwood, Isabella 

Loom is, Isabella 

Lowell, Kent 

Ludington, * B., Mason 

Lynn, St Clair 

Lyons, * Ionia 

Lyon's Mill, Clinton 



McDonald. 



Van Buren 



Alackinaw^c, h. 


, * Mackinaw 


Mackinaw City, 


Cheboygan 


Macomb, 


Macomb 


Macon, 


Lenawee 


Madison, 


Livingston 


Mancelona, 


Antrim 


Manchester, 


Washtenaw 


Jllanistee^ c, k,. 


♦B., 




Manistee 


Mantons 


Wexford 


Maple, 


Ionia 


Maple Grove, 


Barry 


Maple Hill, 


Montcalm 


Maple Rapids, ^ 


* Clinton 


Maple Ridge, 


Bay 


Mapleion, Grand Traverse 


Maple Valley, 


Montcalm 


Marcellus, 


Cass 


Marengo, 


Calhoun 


M aril la. 


Manistee 


Marine City, * 


StQair 


Marion, 


Livingston 


Marlette, 


SanilM 


Marquette^ c, h. 


, • B. G., 




Marquettt 


Marshall, c. A., 


*B, 




Calhoun 


Marshville, 


Oceana 


Martin, 


AUegaB 


Martinsville, 


Wayne 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



41 



Foatcftce. 

liar)'STiIIe, 

Matherton, 
Mattawan, 

Mayljct:. 

HiTfield, 

Made, 

Mead's Mill:s, 

Meadville, 

Meauwataka, 

Hears, 

Medina, 

Memphis, 

Mendon, 



Meridian, 

McrrillNville, 

Metamora, 

Michigammi, 

Michigan Center, 

Middletown, 

MiddlcYille, * 



County. 

St .Clair : 
Ingham ; 
Delta ' 
Ionia 
Van Bur en 1 
Tuscola 
Monroe 
Gnind Traverse 
Macomb 
Wayne 
Barry 
Wexford 
Oceana 
Lenawee 
Macomb 
St Joseph 
. A., * B., 

Menominee : 
Ingham < 
St Clair 
Lapeer ' 
Marqaette 
Jackson 
Ingham 
Barry . 



Postoffice. 
Mundy, 
Mungervillc, 
Munising, 
Muskegon^ c, //., 

Nankin, 
Napoleon, 
Nashville, * 



County. 
Genesee 
Shiawassee 
Schoolcraft 
B. G., 
Muskegon 
Wayne 
Jackson 
Barry . 
Negaunee, * B. G., Man[uette , 



Posioflicc. 

Oakville, 
Oakwood, 
Ogden Center, 
Ogemaw, 



County. 

Monroe 

Oakland 

Lenawee 

Iosco 



Midland^ c! h., * B, Midland 



Milan, 
Milford,  
Millbrook, 
Millbnrgh, 
Mill Creek, 
Mill Grove, 
MiUington, 
Milton, 
Mindcn, 

Mineral Spring, 
Mitchell, 
Molinc, 



Monroe 
Oakland 
M ecosta 
Berrien 
Kent , 
Allegan I 
Tuscola ; 
Macomb ' 
Sanilac 
Newaygo ' 
Antrim 
Allegan 



Mmroe, c. h., * H G., Monroe 
Monroe Center, 

Grand Traverse 
Moniaguc,  G., Muskegon 
Momciih, ' ' " 



Monterey, 

Montgomery, 

Montrose, 

Moorepark, 

Morenci,  

Morgan, 

Morgan Station, 

Morley, 

Moscow, 

Mosberrille, 

Mottville. 



Allegan 

Allegan 
Hillsdale 

Genesee 

St Joseph 

Lenawee 

Marquette 

Newaygo 

Mecosta 
Hillsdale 
Hillsdale 
St Joseph 



l/iww/ CUmens^ c. A., * B 

Macomb 
Mouut Morris,  Genesee 
M(nni Pifasant, ^. -4., * B., 

Isabella 
Mount Vernon, Macomb 

Moir, * Ionia 

Mullet Lake, Cheboygan 



Nelson, 
Nelsonville, 
Nero, 
Newark, 

Newaygo, c. //., *■ li., 
New Baltimore, * 
New Boston, 
New Buffalo. * 
Newburgh, 
New Casco, 
New Era, 
New Groningen, 
New Haven, 
New Holland, 
New Hudson, 
Newport, 
New Richmond, 
New Salem, 
Newton, 
New Troy, 
Niles, * B. G., 
Nirvana, 
Noble Center, 
Norris, 

North Adams, * 
North Bradley, 
North Branch, 
North Bums, 
North Byron, 
North Dorr, 
North Eagle, 
North Farmnigtoii, 
North Irving, 
North Newberg, 
North Plains, 
Northporty c. h.^ * 

North Kaisinvillc, 

North Star, 

North Unitv. 

Northville, ^* 

Nortonville, 

Norvell, 

Norwalk, 

Norwood, 

Nottawa, 

Novi, 

Nunica, 

Oak, 

Oakfleld, 

Oak Grove, 

Oak Hill, 

Oakley, 



Kent 

Charlevoix 

Isabella 

Ciratiol 

Newaygo. 

Macomb 

Wayne 

Berrien 

Cass j 

Allegan ' 

Oceana 1 

Ottawa ] 

Macomb ! 

Ottawa 

Oakland 

Monroe 

Allegan 

Allegan 

Calhoun 

Herrien 

Berrien 

Lake 

Branch 

Wayne 

Hillsdale 

Midland 

La: eer 

Huron 

Kent 

Allegan 

Clinton 

Oakland 

Barry 

Shiawassee 

Ionia 

B., 

Leelanaw 

Monroe 

Gratiot 

I^*elanaw 

Wayne 

Ottawa 

Jackson 

Manistee 

Charlevoix 

St Joseph 

Oakland 

Ottawa 

Wayne 

Kent 

Livingston 

Oakland 

Saginaw 



Ogemaw Springs, Ogemaw 

Okemos, Ingham 
Old Mission, (irand Traverse 

Olive, Clinton 

Olivet, * Eaton 

Omard, Sanilac 

( )niena, Leelanaw 

Omer. Bav 

Onekamu, Manistee 

Onondaga, Ingham 

Onota^ c, //., Schoolcraft 

OtitonagoHy c. //., Ontonagon 

Orange, Ionia 

Orangeville, Branch 

Orange vi lie Mills, Barry 

Orchard Lake, Oakland 

Oregon, Lapeer 

Orion, Oakland 

Orleans, Ionia 

Ortonville, Oakland 

Osceola Center, Livingston 

Oshtemo, Kalamazoo 

Osseo, Hillsdale 

Ossineke, Alpena 

Otisco, Ionia 

Otisville, Genesee 

Otsego, * Allegan 

Otsego Lake, Otsego 

Ottawa Lake, Monroe 

Ottawa Station, Ottawa 

Otter Creek, Jackson 

Otter Lake, Lapeer 

Overisel, Allegan 

Ovid, * Clinton 

Owosso, * Shiawassee 

Oxford, Oakland 

Pack's Mills, Sanilac 

Painesville, Saginaw 

Paint Creek, Washtenaw 

Palmer, Marquette 

Palmyra, I^enawee 

Palo, Ionia 
Paradi>e, Grand Traverse 

Paris, Mecosta 

l*arisville, Huron 

Parkvillc, St Joseph 

Parma, * , Jackson 

Parshallville, Livingston 

Partello, Calhoun 

Pavilion, Kalamazoo 
Pa7v Paw^ c. h., * B 

Van Buren 

Peck, Sanilac 

Penn, Cass 

Penn Mine, Keweenaw 

Pentwater, * B., Oceana 

Perrinsvillc, Wayne 

Perry, Shiawassee 



4« 



MICHIGAN STATE 6AZBTTBBK 



Postoffice. 

Petcrsburgh,* 

Petoskcy, 

Pettysville, 

Pewamo, * 

Phoenix, 

Pierpont, 

Pierson, 

Pinckney, 

Pinconning, 

Pine Creek, 

Pine Grove Mills, 

Pine Hill, 

Pine Run, 

Pipestone, 

Pittsburgh, 

Pittsford, 

Plainfield, 

Plainwell, * 

Plank Road, 

Platte. 

Pleasant, 

Pleasanton, 

Pleasant Valley, 

Plymouth,* 

Pokagon, 

Pool, 

Pompeii, 

Pontiac^ c. Ii.^ * 

Portage, 

Port Austin^ i\ h 

Port Crescent, 

Porter, 

Port Hope, 

Port Huron^ c; A. 



Portland, * 

Port Sanilac, * 

Portsmouth, 

Polterville, 

Prairieville, 

Prattville, 

Prospecl l.ake, 

Provemonl, 

Pulaski, 

Quimby, 

(^uincy, * 

Raisin Center, 

Randall, 

Ransom, 

Ravenna, 

Rawsonvjlle, 

Ray Center, 

Raynold, 

Reading, * 

Redford, 

Reed City, * 

Reeder, 

Reese, 

Republic, 

Richfield, 

Richland, * 

Richmond, • 



' County. 

Monroe ' 

Emmet 

Livingston 

Ionia 

Keweenaw 

Manistee 

Montcalm 

Livingston 

Bay 

Calhoun 

Van Buren 

Sanilac 

Genesee 

Berrien 

Shiawassee 

Hillsdale 

Livingston , 

Allegan 

Wayne 

Beazie ; 

Kent 

Manistee 

Berrien 

Wayne 

Cass 

Lapeer 

Gratiot 

B., Oakland 

Kalamazoo 

., * Huron 

Huron 

Midland 

Huron 

, * B G., 

St Clair 

Ionia 

Sanilac 

Bay 

Eaton 

Barry 

Hillsdale 

\'aii Buren 

lx:elanaw 

Jackson 

Barry 

Branch 

Lenawee 

Saginaw 

Hillsdale 

Muskef^on 

Wayne 

Macomb 

Montcalm 

Hillsdale 

Wayne 

Osceola 

Missaukee j 

Saginaw 

Marquette 

Genesee 

Kalamazoo 

Macomb 



Postoffice. 

Richmondville, 

Richville, 

Ridgeway, 

Riga, 

Riley. 

Riley Center, 

River Bend. 

River Raisin, 

Riverside, 

Riverton, 

Rives Junction, 

Roberts' Landing, 

Robinson, 

Rochester, 

Rock Falls, 

Rockford, * 

Rockland, 

Rockwood, 



County. 

Sanilac 

Tuscola 

Lenawee 

Lenawee 

Clinton 

St Clair 

Clinton 

Washtenaw 

Berrien 

Mason 

Jackson 

St Clair 

Ottawa 

Oakland 

Huron 

Ke;it 

Ontonagon 

Wayne 



Rogers City, c. /*., Presque Isle 
Rogersville, Genesee 



RoUin, 

Rome, 

Romeo, * B., 

Romulus, 

Rootville, 

Roscommon, 

Rose, 

Roseville, 

Ross, 

Rowland, 

Roxana, 

Royal Oak, 

Royalton, 

Ruby, 

Rural Vale, 

Rustford, 



Lenawee 

Lenawee 

Macomb 

Wayne 

Antrim 

Roscommon 

Oakland 

Macomb 

Kent 

Isabella 

Eaton 

Oakland 

Berrien 

St Clair 

Lapeer 

Mecosta 



Poftoffice. 

Sears, 

Sebewa, 

Sebewaing, 

Seneca, 

Shelby, 

Shelbyville, 

Shepardsville, 

Sheridan, 

ShtrtHUHf c, »., 

Sherman City, 

Sherwood, 

Sidney, 

Silver Creek, 

Sitka, 

Six Corners, 

Skinner, 

Slocum's Grove, 

Smith's Comers, 

Smith's Creek, 

Smyrna, 

Sodus, 

Solon, 

Somerset, 

Somerset Center, 

South Blendon, 

South Boston, 

South Butler, 

South Camden, 

South Cass, 

South Climax, 

South Fairfield, 

Southfield, 



Conoq 

Osceoli 

Ion* 

HUTM 

Lenawfl 
Oceant 

Allegai 

Clintoi 

Montcalo 

Wcxfonj 

Isabelb 

Branck 

Montcalo 

AUegao 

Newaygc 

Otuwi 

Baf 

Muskegon 

Oceana 

StClaii 

Ionia 

BenicB 

Leelanaw 

Hillsdale 

HilUdale 

Ottavs 

lania 

Branch 

Hillsdale 

Ionia 

Kalamazoo 

Lenawee 

Oakland 

Benzie 



SaginaWy c, h.y* B. G., 

Saginaw 
St Charles, Saginaw 

St Clair, * St Clair 

St Helen, Roscommon 

St yatnes^ c. h.^ Manitou 

St John's^ c. -*., * B., Clinton 
St Joseph, * G., Berrien 



St Louis, * 
Salem, 
Saline, * 
Salt River, 
Salzburgh, 
Sand Beach, 
Sand Lake, 
Sandstone, 
San ford, 
Saranac, * 
Saugatuck, * 



Gratiot 

Washtenaw 

Washtenaw 

Isabella 

Bay 

Huron 

Kent 

Jackson 

Midland 

Ionia 

Allegan 



South Frankfort, 

South Grand Blanc, Genesee 

South Haven, * Van Buren 

South Jackson, 

South Lvon, 

South Riley, 

South Saginaw, 

South Wright, 

Spalding, 

Sparta Center, 

Speaker, * 

Spencer Creek, 

Spencer's Mill, 

Spinner, 

Spring Arbor, 

Spring Brook, 

Springdale, 



Sault Ste Marie, c. ^., 

Chippewa 



Sawyer, 

Schoolcraft, 

Scio, 

Schofield, 

Scott's, 



Berrien 
Kalamazoo 
Washtenaw 

Monroe 
Kftl^niazoo 



Springfield, 

Spring Lake, 

Springport, 

Springville, 

Springwells, 

Standish, 

Stanton, t: A., 

Stanwood, 

Stella, 

Stephens, 

Sterling, 

Stevensville, 

Stockbridge, 



*B 



Jackson 

Oakland 

Clinton 

Saginaw 

HiU&dale 

Menominee 

Kent 

Saailac 

Antrim 

Kent 

Tuscol* 

Jackson 

Gradot 

Wexford 

Oakland 

Ottawi 

Jackson 

Lenawee 

Wavne 

Bay 

^ Montcabn 

MecosU 

Gratioi 

Lapeer 

Bay 
Berrien 

Inghan 



AMD BUSIKISS DIRSCTORYS 



43 



Nitoffic«. 

StoneriUe, 

SlDQjCreek, 

Stony Point, 

Stony Run, 

Strasborgh, 

Strickland, 

StixHiach, 

Stnifis,* 

SvccesB, 

Saounerton, 

Snmmerville, 

Summit, 

Sammit City, 

Snmmitville, 

Sumner, 

Sonfield, 

Sntton's Bay, 

Swartz Creek, 

Sylvan, 

SyWester, 

Tallmadge, 

Ta-u.<as City^ c, 

Taylor Center, 

Taymouth, 

Tecnmsch, • 

Tekonsha, * 

Texas, 

Thomas, 

Thornton, 

Thomville, 

Three Oaks, * 

Three Rivers,* 

rUden, 

Tipton, 

Tompkins, 

Torch Lake, 

Traoem City, 

i\ 
Trent, 
Trenton, 
Trostvillc, 

Tnifant, 
Tttitin, 
Twin Lake, 
Tyre, 
Tyrone, 
Uoadilla, 
Union, 
Union City,* 



County. 

Marquette 

Washtenaw 

Jackson 

Oakland 

Monroe 

Isabella 

Manistee 

St Joseph 

Benzie 

Gratiot 

Cass 

Washtenaw 

Gratiot 

Lake 

Gratiot 

Eaton 

Leelanaw 

Genesee 

Washtenaw 

Mecosta 

OtUwa 

^.,  B., Iosco 

Wayne 

Saginaw 

Lenawee 

Calhonn 

Kalamazoo 

Oakland 

St Clair 

Lapeer 

B G., Berrien 

BG., St Joseph 

Marqaette 

Lenawee 

Jackson 

Antrim 

e. h., * B., 

rand Traverse 

Muskegon 

Wayne 

Saginaw 

Oakland 

Montcalm 

Osceola 

Muskegon 

Sanilac 

Livingston 

Livingston 

Cass 

Branch 



Postoffice. 

Union House, 

Union Pier, 

Unionville, 

Utica  

Vandalia. 

Vassar c, /t,, * B., 

Ventura, 

Vermontville, • 

Vernon, 

Verona Mills, 

Vickeryville, 

Vicksburgh, 

Victor, 

Victory, 

Vincent, 

Volinia, 

Vriesland, 

Wacedah, 

Wacousta, 

Wahjamega, 

Wahkelee, 

Wakeshma, 

Waldenburgh, 

Wales, 

Wallaceville, 

Walled Lake, 

Walton, Grand 

Waltz, 

Warren, 

Washington, 

Waterford, 

Waterloo, 

Watertown, 

Watervliet, * 

Watrousville, 

Waverly, 

Wayland, * 

Wayne, * 

Wcare, 

Webberville, 

Webster, 

WellsviUe, 

Wenona,  

West Branch, 

West Campbell, 

West Casco, 

West Haven, 

West LeRoy, 

West Milan, 

West Novi, 



County. 

Clinton 

Berrien 

Tuscola 

Macomb 

Cass 

Tuscola 

Ottawa 

Eaton 

Shiawassee 

Huron 

Montcalm 

Kalamazoo 

Clinton 

Mason 

St Clair 

Cass 

Ottawa 

Menominee 

Clinton 

Tuscola 

Cass 

Kalamazoo 

Macomb 

St Clair 

Wayne 

Oakland 

Traverse 

Wayne 

Macomb 

Macomb 

Oakland 

Jackson 

Tuscola 

Berrien 

Tuscola 

Van Buren 

Allegan 

Wayne 

Oceana 

Ingham 

Washtenaw 

Lenawee 

Bay 

Ogemaw 

Ionia 

Allegan 

Shiawassee 

Calhoun 

Monroe 

Oakland 



Postoffice. 


County. 


West Ogden, 


Lenawee 


West Olive, 


'Ottawa 


Weston, 


Lenawee 


Westphalia, 


Clinton 


West Sebewa, 


Ionia 


West's Mill, 


Saginaw 


West Sumpter, 


Wayne 


WestviUe, 


Montcalm 


West Windsor, 


Eaton 


Westwood, 


Kalkaska 


Wexford, 


Wexford 


Wheatland, 


Wexford 


Wheatland Center, Hillsdale 


; Wheeler, 


Gratiot 


White, 


Hillsdale 


Whiteford Centei 


•, Monroe 


Whitehall, 


Muskegon 


White Lake, 


Oakland 


White Lake Center, Oakland 


i White Oak, 


Ingham 


' While Pigeon, 


St Joseph 


j White River, 


Muskegon 


White Rock, 


Huron 


' White's Station, 


Calhoun 


White Swan. 


Kent 


; Whitewood, 


Wayne 


i Whitmore Lake, 


Washtenaw 


Williamsburgh, 




Grand Traverse 


1 Williamston, 


Ingham 


Williamsville, 


Cass 


Winfield, 


Ingham 


Winn, 


Isabella 


Wisner, 


Tuscola 


Wixom, 


Oakland 


Wood Lake, 


Montcalm 


Woodland, 


Barry 


Wood's Corners, 


Ionia 


Woodville, 


Newaygo 


Worth, 


Tuscola 


Wright's Bridge, 


Midland 


Wyandotte, * 


Wayne 


Yankee Spring, 


Barry 


Yew, 


Wayne 


York, 


Washtenaw 


Yorkville, 


Kalamazoo 


Ypsilanti, * 


Washtenaw 


Yuba, Grand Traverse 


Zeeland, 


Ottawa 


Zilwaukee, 


Saginaw 



WATSON BEACH. 



CHARLES S. NIMS. 



Attorneys at La"w, 

AND PROPRIETORS OF THE SANILAC JEFFERSONIAN, 

LEXINGTON, MICH. 



STATE OFFICERS OF MICHIGAN, 1875. 



Governor — John J. Baglcy, Detroit. 

Lieutenant Ciovernor — Henry H. Holt. 
Muskegon. 

Secretary (if Slate — E. (1. I). Holden, 
Grand Rapids. 

State Treasurer — W. H. McCreery, Flint. 

Auditor General — Ralph Ely. Alma. 

Commissioner of the Land Office, Leverett 
A. Clapp, Centerville. 

Attorney General — A. J. Smith, Dowagiac. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — 
Daniel B. Briggs, Romeo. 

Superintendent of the Sault Canal — P'rank 
Gorton. Sault Ste Marie. 

Swamp Land State Road Commissioner, 
Eastern District — D. J. Evans, East Tawas. 

Swamp Land State Road Commissioner, 
Western Di.strict — Jos. B. Haviland, Grand 
Traverse. 

Swamp Land State Road Commissioner, 
Upper Peninsula— Samuel H. Selden, Esca- 
naba. 

Commissioner of Insurance — Samuel H. 
Row, Lansing. 

State Librarian — Mrb. Harriet A. Tenney, 
Lansing. 

Railroad Commissioner — Stephen S. Cobb, 
Kalamazoo. 

Salt Inspector — Samuel S. Garrigues, East 
Snginaw. 

Commi-ssioner of Immigration — M. H. 
AUardt, Leipsic. 

State Board of Education. — Witter J. 
Baxter, Jonesville; Edward Dor^ch, Mon- 
roe; Edward Rexford, Ypsilanti. 

State Capitol Commission. — E. O. (jros- 
venor, Jonesville; James Shearer, Bay City; 
Alexander Chapaton, Detroit ; The Gover- 
nor. Secretary — A, L. Bours, Lansing. 

State Public School Commission. — The 
Governor; S. S. Cutter and C. D. Randall, 
Coldwater ; Charles E. Mickley, Adrian. 



Commission for the Supervision of tin 
Charitable, Penal, Pauper and ReformatoiJ 
Institutions of the State. — Charles I. Walker, 
Detroit; Henry W. Lord, Pontiac; Z. R. 
Brockway, Detroit; U. Putnam, Pokagon. 
Secretary — Charles M. Croswell, Adrian. 

Commission on the Pontiac Insane Asy- 
lum. — E. H. Van Deusen, Kalama/oo; 
George Hannahs, South Haven ; M. E. Cro- 
foot and Willard M. McConnell, Pontiac; 
and Samuel G. Ives, of Livingstone Couniy. 

State Board of Health.— Homer O. Hitch- 
cock, Kalamazoo; Robert C. Kedzic, Lib- 
sing; Rev. CharUs H.Brigham, Ann Arbrir; 
Henry F. Lyster, Detroit ; Rev. John S. 
Goodman, East Saginaw ; H. B. Shank, 
Lansing. Henry B. Baker, Secretar}-, Lan- 
sing. 

Commission on the Intermediate Prison 
— H. Rich, Ionia; C. T. Hills, Muskegofl: 
J. M. Swift, Northville. 

Board of Fish Commissioners — The Got- 
ernor, George Clark, Ecorse ; A. J. KcUc^, 
Allegan. 

Reform School Board of Control — George 
W. Lee, Detroit ; Eli H. Davis, Lansing, 
D. L. Grossman, Williamston. Superin- 
tendent — Charles Johnson. 

Trustees of the Kalamazoo Insane Asy- 
lum — W. A. Tomlinson, Kalamazoo; Jo^cpk 
Gillman,Paw Paw: lames E Pittman, Detroit; 
Edward S. Lacey, Charlotte; Luther H. 
Trask, Kalamazoo ; CharlesT. M itch ell, HilL> 
dale. Superintendent — E. H. Van Deusen. 

Trustees of the Flint Institute for the Deaf, 
Dumb and the Blind— William L. Smith. 
Genesee, Charles G. Johnson, Monroe; I- 
D. Hanscom, Romeo. Principal — E. L- 
Bangs. 

Inspectors of the State Prison — W. S. 
Wilcox, Adrian; L W. Lovell, Climax; A. 
A. Bliss, Jackson. Agent — John Morris. 



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THE SUPREME COURT. 

CkuJ Justice — Benjamin F. Graves, Bat- 
Ue Creek. 

Ass0eiaU justices — Thomas M. Cooley, 
Ano Arbor ; James V. Campbell, Detroit ; 
Isaac Marsten, Bay City. 

Reporter—Hoyt Post, Detroit. 

The salary of each Justice of the Supreme 
Court is ^ooo. The Court holds four terms 
innaally in Lansing, commencing on the 
fat Tuesdays in January, April, July and 
October. 

THE CIRCUIT COURTS. 

/&!/— Daniel L. Pratt, of Hillsdale, Judge. 
Tcnns of Court commence as follows : 

Lenawee County — Third Tuesday of Jan- 
ttary, fourth Tuesday of March, third Tues- 
day of June, first Tuesday of November. 

Monroe County — Third Tuesday of Feb- 
wary, first Tuesday of May, third Tuesday 
€f September, first Tuesday of December. 

Hillsdale County — First Tuesday of March, 
third Tuesday of May, first Tuesday of Octo- 
ber, third Tuesday of December. 

Second— Henry H. Coolidge, of Niles, 
Jndgc. Terms of Court commence as fol- 
low»: 

Berrien County — On Tuesday next after 
fc»i day of January, and fourth Tuesdays of 
March, June and November. 

Cais County — First Tuesdays of March, 
June, September and December. 

HtW—Jared Patchin of Detroit, Judge. 
Terms of Court commence in Wayne (the 
only county of the Circuit) on the fourth 
Tuesdays of January, February, April and 
November. 

^<«"rt— Alexander D. Crane, of Dexter, 
jBdge. Terms of Court commence as fol- 
lows: 

Jackscm County — On the second Monday 
of Jaauary, third Monday of March, second 
Monday of June, and first Monday of Oc- 
tober. 

Ingham County — On the second Tuesday 
of February, and fourth' Tuesdays of April, 
Jttoe and October. 

Washtenaw County — On the fourth Mon- 
wys of February and May, second Monday 
•^ September, and fourth Monday of No- 
vember. 



Fifth — George Woodruff, of Marshall^ 
Judge. Terms of Court commence as fol- 
lows : 

Calhoun County — First Monday of March, 
second Monday of May, third Monday of 
September, and second Monday of No- 
vember. 

Eaton County — First Monday of February, 
second Monday of April, second Monday of 
June, and second Monday of December. 

Sixth— Ijc\'\ B. Taft, of Pontiac, Judge. 
Terms of Court commence as follows : 

Oakland County — Fourth Monday in 
March, third Monday in June, third Monday 
in September, second Monday in December. 

Lapeer County — First Tuesday in March, 
the last Tuesday in May. first Tuesday in 
September, fourth Tuesday in November. 

Seventh — ^Josiah Turner, of Owosso, Judge. 
Terms of Court commence as follows : 

Tuscola County — First Tuesdays of Jan- 
uary, April, June and October. 

Livingston County — Second Tuesdays of 
January, April and June, and fourth Tues- 
day of September. 

Shiawassee County — First Tuesdays of 
February and May, and the second Tues- 
days of September and December. 

Genesee County — Third Tuesdays of Feb- 
ruary, May, August and November. 

Eighth — Louis S. Lovell, of Ionia, Judge. 
Terms of Court commence as follows : 

Clinton County — Third Mondays of Feb- 
ruary, May, August and November. 

Ionia County — First Mondays of February, 
May, August and November. 

Montcalm County — Third Mondays < f 
January, April, July and October. 

l^inth — D. E. Comstock, of Paw Paw, 
Judge. Terms of Court commence as fol- 
lows : 

Kalamazoo County — First Monday in Feb- 
ruary, fourth Monday in April, third Monday 
in August, second Monday in November. 

Van Buren County — First Monday in Jan- 
uary, fourth Monday in March, third Mon- 
day in June, first Monday in October. 

Tefith—Vi. S. Tennant, of Saginaw, Judge, 
Terms of Court commence as follows : 

Saginaw County — The last Saturday of 
January, the first Monday of February, the 



so 



MICHIGAN STATE GAZETTKKR 



second Monday of May, and the third Mon- 
<iay of October. 

Gratiot County — The second Tuesday of 
January, the first Tuesday of May, and the 
second Tuesday of October. 

Midland County — The fourth Monday of 
April and the first Monday of October. 

Isabella County — The third Tuesdays of 
January and June. 

Clare County — The fourth Tuesdays of 
January and June. 

Eleventh — Daniel Goodwin, of Detroit, 
Judge. Terms of Court commence as fol- 
lows : 

Menominee County — First Monday of May 
and first Tuesday of September. 

Delta County — Second Monday of May 
and fifth Tuesday of August. 

Chippewa County — Fourth Monday of 
May and fourth Monday of August, in each 
year. 

Cheboygan County — First Tuesday of 
June and second Tuesday of August. 

Mackinac County — Second Tuesday of 
June and first Tuesday of August in each 
year. 

Manitou County — Second Monday of June 
and fourth Monday of July. 

Tw/^M— James O'Grady, of Marquette, 
Judge. Terms of Court commence as fol- 
lows : 

Houghton County — First Tuesday of Jan- 
uary, first Tuesday of April, first Wednesday 
in September, third Wednesday in Novem- 
ber. 

Marquette County — First Wednesday of 
February, second Wednesday of May, second 
Wednesday of October, third Wednesday of 
October. 

Keweenaw County — First Tuesday of 
March, fir-.t Tuesday of July, fir.st Wednes- 
day of December. 

Ontonagon County — Second Wednesday 
of June, fourth Wednesday of September, 
third Wednesday of December. 

Schoolcraft County — First Wednesday of 
June, second Wednesday of November. 

Thirteenth — Jonathan G. Ramsdell, of 
Traverse City, Judge. Terms of Court com- 
mence as follows : 

Grand Traveree County — First Tuesday of 
November, first Tuesday of May. 

Leelanaw County — Second Tuesday of 
November, second Tuesday of May. 

Antrim County — Third Tuesday of No- 
vember, third Tuesday of May. 

Charlevoix County — Second Tuesdays of 
January and July. 

Emmet County — First Thursday after sec- 
ond Tuesday of January, first Thursday after 
.second Tuesday of July. 

Kalkaska County — Fourth Tuesday of Jan- 
uary and second Tuesday of August. 



Missaukee County — Second Tuesday d 
February, third Tuesday of August. 

Fourteenth — Augustine H. Giddings, of 
Newaygo, Judge. Terms of Court com- 
mence as follows : 

Muskegon County — First Tuesdays of Feb- 
ruary and May, and third Tuesdays of Sep- 
tember and November. 

Newaygo County — Third Tuesdays of 
January, May and October. 

Mecosta County — First Tuesday of Janu- 
ary, third Tuesday of April, and first Tues- 
day of October. 

Oceana County — Second Tuesday of 
March, first Tuesday of September, and sec- 
ond Tuesday of December. 

Fifteenth— Y,. W. Kei^htley, of Constan- 
tine, Judge. Terms of Court commence as 
follows : 

Branch County — First Tuesday in March, 
first Tuesday in June, third Tuesday in 
September, second Tuesday in December. 

St Joseph County — Third Tuesday in Jan- 
uary, second Tuesday in April, first Tuesday 
in August, fourth Tuesday in October. 

Sixteenth — E. W. Harris, of Port Huron, 
Judge. Terms of Court commence as fol- 
lows : 

Huron County — First Wednesday of Jan- 
uary, fourth Wednesday of June, and second 
Wednesday of September. 

Sanilac County — Third Tuesdays of Jana- 
ary, April. July and October. 

Macomo County — First Tuesday of Feb- 
ruary, second Tuesday of May, third Tues- 
day of August, and second Tuesday of No- 
vember. 

St. Clair County— Fourth Tuesday of 
February, first Tuesday of June, fourth Tues- 
day of September, and first Tuesday of De- 
cember. 

Seventeenth — Birney Hoyt, of Grand Ra- 
pids, Judge. Terms of Court commence at 
follows : 

Kent County — First Monday of March, 
first Monday of June, first Monday of Sep- 
teml>er, and first Monday of December. 

Barry County — First Monday of February, 
first Monday of May, first Monday of August, 
and first Monday of November. 

Eighteenth — Sanford M. Green, of Bay 
City, Judge, Terms of Court commence as 
follows : 

Bay County — First Tuesdays of January, 
April and September, and first Monday of 
April. 

Iosco County — Second Tuesday of May 
and fourth Tuesday of October. 

Alcona County— Third Tuesdays of May 
and October. 

Alpena County — Fourth Tuesday of May 
and second Tuesday of October. 



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Prcstiue Xsle County — First Wednesdays 
of June and October. 

^tjtriee^tth FI . H. Wheeler, of Ludington, 

Judge. T'erms of Court commence as fol- 
lows : 

Wexforcl Coanty — First Tuesday of De- 
cember a.n<l second Tuesday of June. 

Lake County Second Tuesday of Decem- 
ber and third Tuesday of June. 

Henzie County — Third Tuesday of Decem- 
ber and fourth Tuesday of June. 

Osceola County — Third Monday of Janu- 
ary, first Monday of May, and first Monday 
of September. 

Mason County — Fourth Wednesday of 



January, second Wednesday of May, an 
third Wednesday of September. 

Manistee County — Second Tuesday < 
February, fourth Tuesday of May, and th 
Tuesday succeeding the fourth Monday < 
September. 

Twentieth — D. J. Arnold, of Allegai 
Judge. Terms of Court commence as fo 
lows: 

Allegan County — First Tuesdays of Febn 
ary, April, September and November. 

Ottawa County — Second Tuesdays of Jai 
uary, March and August, and third Tuesda 
of October. 



MICHIGAN. 



Of the thirty-seven states forming the 
Union, Michigan is the twenty-sixth in order 
of admission, the eleventh in size and the 
thirteenth in population. 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION. 

Michigan is situated with reference to the 
older portion of the country, or that part 
lying west of the Missouri, about midway 
between that river and the Atlantic sea- 
board, and is adjacent to the northern boun> 
dary line of the country. * In latitude it 
extends from 41° 4c/ to 47° 35' north, or 
covers about the same range in this respect 
as New York and the New England states. 
In longitude it extends from 82® 23'' west of 
Greenwich to 90° y/ west, corresponding 
nearly to Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, 
Alabama and Georgia. 

It is popularly known as the *' Peninsula 
State" from its being almost entirely sur- 
rounded by the waters of the great lakes, 
possessing in fact a greater extent of shore 
line than any other State in the Union. It 
consists of two detached peninsulas, the 
lower of which is bounded by Lake Michi- 
gan on the west, Lake Huron and the 
Straits of Mackinac on the north, lakes Hu- 
ron, St. Clair and Erie on the east, and the 
states of Ohio and Indiana on the South. 
The upper peninsula is bounded on the north 
by Lake Superior, on the south by lakes 
Michigan and Huron and the Straits of 
Mackinac, and extends from the Montreal 
river on the west to the St. Mary's river on 
the east. The lower peninsula is about 
twice the size of the upper. Altogether the 
State contains an area of 56,451 square 
miles and contains according to the census 
of 1874, a population of 1,334,031. 

The southern portion of the lower penin- 
sula consists of excellent farming lands, un- 
surpassed for grain and fruit culture. Coal, 
limestone, gypsum and salt also are abundant. 
The northern half of this peninsula leads all 
other sections of the Union in the extent of 
iti pine forests, which are to a very large ex- 
tent still untouched. The upper peninsula 
is rough and rocky, approaching in some 
parts to the mountainous. It possesses a 
thin unpromising soil, and though there is 



plenty of timber it is generally of an inferior 
quality. The great wealth of this region lies 
in its iron and copper deposits, which are 
probably surpassed in richness no where in 
the world. Michigan is thus immensely rich 
in natural resources, probably embracing a 
wider range in this respect even than the 
wealthiest of her sister states. 

The name of this state is said to be a cor- 
ruption of Michaw-Sagegan^ the Chippewa 
expression tor "Great Lake." 

HISTORY. 

The region now forming the State of Mich- 
igan was visited by French explorers as 
early as 1610. The lower peninsula was 
circumnavigated by Marquette and Joliet in 
1673. The earliest settlements were those 
at Mackinac and Sault Ste Marie, followed 
soon after by that at Detroit. This was in 
1 701. Another important settlement was ai 
the mouth of the St. Joseph river, on Lake 
Michigan. These settlements were main- 
tained in part as trading posts and in part 
as Catholic mission stations for the conver- 
sion of the Indians. The interior was little 
if at all explored. 

In 1760, as the result of the so-called 
•* French war," all the P'rench possessions in 
the north were transferred to the British 
crown. The Revolutionary war gave Mich- 
igan to the United States, but it was not till 
the supplemental treaty of 1796 that posses- 
sion was fully given. It was then incorpor- 
ated into the northwestern territory, which 
included everything north of the Ohio river. 
In 1802 Ohio became a State, and the re- 
mainder of the former Northwestern territory 
became the Territory of Indiana. In 1805 
this was divided and the territories of Michi- 
gan and Illinois organized. Subsequently 
Wisconsin, then spelled Ouisconsin, was at- 
tached to Michigan. 

The tirst considerable cession of lands 
to the government by the Indians was in 
1807, when the present counties of Monroe, 
Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, St. Clair, and 
perhaps some others adjacent were thrown 
open to settlement. In 181 1 the population 
of the territory was 4,860, mostly of French 
origin. 



MICHIGAN STATE GAZSITEER 



$3 



The war of 1812 gave Michigan again to 
the British, but it was only for one year, when 
it was recovered by Gen. Harrison. In the 
course of the next ten years villages began 
to be located in the interior, Utica in 181 7, 
Mt. Clemens and Pontiac in 181 8, and Flint 
and Port Huron in 1819. 

In 182 1 the Indian title was extinguished 
to all the territory south of Grand river, and 
immediately there commenced a rage for set- 
tlement and speculation in lands. 

Sa^naw City was founded in 1822, Dexter 
and Ypsilanti in 1823, Ann Arbor, Tecumseh 
and Grand Rapids in 1824, Adrian and 
Royal Oak in ii^2$^ Sturgis in 1827. Niles 
and Constantine in 1828, and Grass Lake, 
Coldwater, Ca5soix)lis^ St. Joseph and Kala- 
mazoo in 1829. 

Originally the entire settled portion of the 
State was embraced in the county of Wayne. 
Monroe county was set off as a separate 
coantyin 1817, Macomb followed in 1818, 
Oakland was the next in 1820, and St. Clair 
in 1821. In 1826 the counties of Lenawee 
and Chippewa were organized, and in 1829 
Cass and St. Joseph counties. 

The next decade was one of rapid settle- 
meot and wild si^eculation. Kalamazoo 
county was organized in 1830, Berrien in 
1831, lackson in 1832, Branch and Calhoun 
in 1833, Hillsdale, Allegan and Saginaw 
in 1835, Washtenaw, Genesee, Livingston 
and Kent in 1836, Van Buren, Ottawa, Ionia, 
Eaton and Shiawassee in 1837, Ingham and 
Clinton in 1838, and Barry in 1839. 

In 1834 the population of the territory was 
^7»273, and the following year a constitution- 
al convention met with reference to the organ- 
ization of a state government. A quarrel 
with Ohio concerning the boundary line pre- 
vented the admission of Michigan, however, 
and it was not till January, 1837, that Michi- 
gan finally became an independent State. 

In this year, 1837. a free banking law was 
passed, which led to the establishment of 
hosts of wild cat banks in this State. These, 
though for a time they stimulated business 
and aided the development of the State, 
brought great disaster a few months later. 

The first railroad chartered was the De- 
troit & St Joseph in 1831, but it was 1838 
heforc any part of the road (now the Michi- 
gan Central) was completed and in opera- 
tion. The Erie & Kalamazoo had mean- 
while (in 1836) been completed between 
Toledo and Adrian. The Detroit & Pontiac 
was chartered in 1834 and completed to 
Royal Oak in 1838, and in the same or fol- 
towing year, the Detroit & Shelby Railroad 
*« completed to Utica, several other roads 
were chartered and some partly constructed. 
In 1837 the legislature provided for a 
complete system of internal improvements, 



embracing three railroads stretching across 
the State, and several canal and slack-water 
navigation enterprises. These works in- 
volved the young State in serious financial 
embarrassments, and for a time gave it a bad 
reputation in the money centers of the 
world. 

In 1845 the mineral wealth of the Upper 
Peninsula was first brought into notice. 

In 1846 the Michigan Central and Michi- 
gan Southern Railroads were sold by the 
State to private companies. 

In 1847 the capital was transferred from 
Detroit to Lansing. 

In 1850 the present constitution was 
adopted. 

In 1856 the United States made a valuable 
grant of lands to certain projected railroads 
in this State, the result of which has been 
the construction of the Jackson, Lansing &. 
Saginaw the Flint & Pere Marquette, the 
Grand Rapids & Indiana, and the Peninsular 
Division of the Chicago & Northwestern 
Railroads. 

In 1858 the Detroit & Milwaukee Rail- 
road was completed to Grand Haven. 

In 1859 salt was first successfully made in 
this State. 

The war of the rebellion caused a stagna- 
tion for a few years in the material growth of 
the State^but at its close Michigan took a 
fresh start and for ten years past develop- 
ment has been very rapid in every respect. 
Population has increased from 805,379 in 
1 864/ to 1,334,031 in 1874, railroad mileage 
has increased from about 900 miles in 1865 
to 3313 miles in 1875. I" *^c ^o""" southern 
tiers of counties the mileage of railroad in 
proportion to the population is twice as 
great as in the well developed State of 
Massachusetts, In these ten years settle- 
ments have pushed far up into the wilder- 
ness, comprising the northern half of the 
lower peninsula. Villages have been located 
and townships and counties organized very 
much with the rapidity that prevailed in 
the decade between 1830 and 1840. Mining 
and manufacturing interests have been 
greatly extended and the wealth of the Stale 
immenselv increased. 

GOVERNORS OK MICHIGAN. 

Under French Rule. 

Samuel Champlain 1622-1635 

M. De Montmagny (636-1647 

M. De Aillebout 1648-1650 

M. De Lanson 1651-1656 

M. De Lanson (jr) 1656-1657 

M. De Aillebout 1657-1658 

M. De Argenson 1658-1660 

Baron De Avangour 1661-1663 

M. De Messey 1663-1668 

M. De Courcelles 1668-1672 



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MICHIGAH STATE GAZXTTKER 



Count De Frontenac 

M. De La Barre 

M. De NouviUe 

Count De Frontenac 

M. De Callieres ^ 

M. De Vandreuil 

M. De Beauhamais 

M. De Galissoniere 

M. De La Johnquiere 

M. DuQuesne 

M. De Vaudreuil de Cavagnac 

Under British Rule. 

James Murray 

Guy Carlton 

Frederick Haldeman 

Henry Hamilton 

Lord Dorchester 

Under United States Ruh 

As Norihwestern Territory 
Arthur St. Clair 

As Indian Territory. 
Wm. Henry Harrison 

As Michigan Territory. 

William Hull 

Lewis Cass 

George B. Porter 

Steven.<% T. Mason 

J. T. Homer 

Stevens T. Mason 

As an Independent State. 

Stevens T. Mason 

William Woodhridge 

J. Wright Gordon 

John S. Barry 

Alpheus Felch 

William L. Greenly 

Epaphroditus Ransom 

John S. Barr\- 

Robert McClelland 

Andrew Parsons 

Kinsley S. Binnham 

Moses Wisner 

Austin Blair 

Henry H. Crapo 

Henry P. Baldwin 

John J. Bagley 



672-1682 
682-1685 
685-1689 
689-1698 
699-1703 
703-1725 
726-1747 
747-1749 

749-1752 
752-1755 

755-^763 

763-1767 
768-1777 

777-1785 
785-1786 
786-1794 



796-1800 
800-1805 

805-1812 
813-1831 
831-1834 
834-1835 
835-1835 
835-1837 

837-1840 
840-1841 
841-1843 
843-1845 

845-1847 
847-1847 

848-1849 

850-1851 

852-1853 

853-1854 
855-1858 
859-1860 
861-1864 
865-1868 
869-1872 
873-1876 



WEALTH AND RESOURCES. 

It is to be regretted that the results of the 
official census of 1874 which should furnish 
exact statistics have never yet been prepared 
for publication, and are studiously kept from 
the public. Means of reliable information in 
regard to production are therefore unfortun- 
ately in some cases very limited. It is known, 
however, that the lower peninsula is becom- 
ing one of the largest grain produciujj re- 
gions in the West. Of wheat alone over a 
million and a quarter of acres arc now p;rown 
annually, the crop of 1874 being put down 
at 19,115,000 bushels. Large as this is the 
corn crop surpasses it, the yield for 1874 



being 20,793,000 bushels. Other grains arc 
raised to a less extent, the total combined 
yield of oats, rye, barley and buckwheat be> 
ing 13,210,000 bushels. 

The fruit product is difficult to arrive at 
but in value it runs up into the millions. 

Hay also is an important agricultural pro- 
duct, and potatoes are quite a staple crop. 
The latter are largely shipped south. 

Dairying is also largely attended to in this 
State, cheese factories being quite numerous 
in the southern tiers of counties. No tlefin- 
ite statistics of the product are attainable, 
but there is good authority for staling the 
annual product of butter at 28,000,000 
pounds. 

Sheep raising has been largely practiced, 
though perhaps relatively less in the last few 
years than previously. The present annual 
clip does not vary much from 8,000,000 
pounds, and mostly of very choice grades. 

The fisheries of Michigan are no small 
source of wealth. The census of 1S70 puts 
them down as 243 in number, employing an 
equivalent to 388 hands for twelve months 
in the year, and yielding in value near 
$600,000 of product. 

Plaster or gypsum is mined at Grand 
Rapids and at Alabaster, on the shore •£ 
Lake Huron. It is easily taken out and the 
supply is equal to any possible demand for 
generations to come,even without further dis- 
coveries. According to the census of 1870 
two plaster beds gave employment to seven- 
ty hands and produced plaster to the value of 
$131,400, but this must be very much below 
the .present yield. 

Limestone is found in great abundance 
everywhere, and quarries of valuable build- 
ing stone are not infrequent. Marquette 
furnishes a brown sand.ctone very popular in 
Chicago and other western cities for fronts 
of buildings. On the shore of lake Huron 
also there are valuable quarries of stone, out 
of which the finest grindstones and whet- 
stones are manufactured. 

Rich slate quarries have lately been opened 
on the shore of lake Superior, but they are 
new and but little developed as yet. 

Coal is very abundant in the central por- 
tion of the lower peninsula, but except at 
Jackson and to a less extent at one or two 
other points, has never yet been mined on 
any large scale. 

At almost any point in the southern part of 
the State, flowing wells can be had by bor- 
ing a few hundred feet, and the waters thus 
obtained are in nearly every instance found 
to possess valuable medicinal properties, vary- 
ing, however, in different .localities. The 
most im)X)rtant of these mineral waters arc 
found at Mt. Clemens, St. Louis, Lansing 
and Eat(m Rapids, though there are perhaps 



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55 



twenty other places where the waters are 
cqiiaUj as valuable. 

Salt wells are secured by boring anywhere 
along the Saginaw river, and also in parts of 
Uaron county. Saginaw already rivals 
SyrKQse in the salt markets of the country, 
llie annual product is over 1,000,000 barrels. 

The iron deposits of Marquette county are 
▼ery extensive, if not wholly inexhaustible. 
There are about 34 mines in operation, the 
yield of which for 1874, was about 900,000 
tons, and this was much below the product 
of 1873, owing to the prevailing stagnation 
in the iron market. The iron is mined from 
the surface, the ore is very rich, and the 
metal produced from it of a very superior 
quality. 

The copper mines of Michigan are in the 
coonties of Houghton, Keweenaw and On- 
tonagon, principally in the Brst named. The 
aggregate product for 1874 was near 22,000 
toas valued at $9,000,000. Unlike the iron. 



the copper is mined at great depths, some of 
the mines being down over 1,000 feet. The 
copper is found in a pure state, sometimes in 
large masses weighing several tons. There 
aie 32 mines in operation. 

MANUFACTURES. 

With such immense natural resources, with 
such ample advantages for shipment, and 
with streams everywhere affording water 
power, in some instances of almost unlimited 
extent, as might naturally be expected 
Michigan is peculiarly a manufacturing State. 
The Slate census of 1874 should supply 
some statistics of these industrial interests, 
but unfortunately the facts and figures are 
locked up in the Secretary of State's ofHce, 
with no prospect of their being published 
until their value is lost by age, and they 
have become comparatively useless to the 
public as a source of information. Going 
back to the census of 1870, the following 
very incomplete statistics are obtained : 



LoBibcr 

Flooring MOls....^...... 

Fouadnetand Machine Shops 

TaBB«rics 

Breweries 

Cheese Factories 

Woolen Factories 

Peppermint Stills 

SJt Works 

Iroa Furnaces.. 

RoningMais 

Copper Stamps 

Copper Smelting Works 



S 

- ^ 

** (X 



js 5 o 

»S 6 9 § 

^1 StJ'S 



126,355,816 

6,038,830 

16,895,325 

>»340,5oo 

«, 355, 741 

86,050 

985,500 

31,760 

3,061,500 

3,664,000 

675,000 

630,000 

990,000 





$6,364,5x9 
679,831 

X, 751, 325 

3xa.77o 

163,908 

13,000 

204,317 

5,758 

39 X, 839 

X, 093,910 

333,564 

307,584 
116,543 



V 

u 

3 
. *• 

« a a 

> 6 a 



fo3,«69,o66 

x9,o6t,356 

5.688,846 

a, 557,045 
I , 200, 336 

3x9,38s 

1,138.173 

66,873 

1,148,761 

a,95S,639 

690,500 

3,474,353 
3,069,433 



*There are now two Rolling Mills. 

It will be observed that the leading manu- 
tactnring interest is that of lumber. As the 
piiieries of Maine, New York and Pennsyl- 
▼ania have become exhausted, Michigan is 
looked to not on\j for the best grades of 
lumber, but for the most abundant supply. 
The business has increased immensely since 
1870, the date of the above statistics, the 
prodact being shipped to every part of the 
country. 

The table above given shows a manufac- 
tured {Mx>duct in 13 branches alone equal to 
about 175,000,000. Most of these branches 
of manufacture, however, have vastly in- 
creased within the five years that have 
elapsed since the census was taken, and many 
other very important branches are wholly 
omitted. Among these latter may be men- 
tioned ship building, car building, wagon 
aad carriage building, the manufacture of 
staves and barrels, furniture, sash, doors and 



blinds, handles, wooden ware, wooden 
bowls, agricultural implements, organs, bil- 
liard tables, mouldings and frames, matches, 
steam boilers, fire and burglar proof safes, 
stoves, brass work and plumbers' fittings, gal- 
vanized iron work for buildings, hemlock ex- 
tract, boots and shoes, cider and vinegar, pre- 
served fruits, tol>acco and cigars, cotton 
fabrics, paper, bleaching salts and other chem- 
icals, sheet copper, brick, etc., all of which 
are carried on very extensively in various 
portions of the State. At a rough estimate 
the State of Michigan must turn out manu- 
factured goods to the value of some hundreds 
of millions of dollars annually. 

OTHER INTERESTS. 

Michigan is thus rapidly growing in popu- 
lation and wealth. Its cities and villages 
are marked by evidences of thrift and pros- 
perity. Churches are scattered everywhere 
and there is no settled portion of the state 



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MICHIGAN STATE GAZETTEER 



that is not supplied with common, schools. 
Indeed Michigan is eminently proud of her 
school system. Besides the common and 
graded, and high schools, there are colleges 
at Adrian, Hillsdale. Kalamazoo, Olivet, Al- 
bion,, Holland and Benzonia, an agricultural 
college at Lansing, a normal school at Ypsi- 
lanti, two medical colleges at Detroit, and 
crowning all, a University at Ann Arbor, 
which, in standard of scholarship, number 
of students and general usefulness, ranks 
with Harvard and Yale, as one of the best 
in the country. 

The benevolent and reformatory institu- 
tions of the state are numerous and in sC 



healthy and vigorous condition. 1*hey in- 
clude a state public school for pauper child- 
ren, a reform school for incorrigible b>oys, an 
intermediate prison for minor ofTenders, and 
a st^ite prison for the more hardened class of 
criminals. There are also two insane asy- 
lums (one now building), an institution for 
Ihe deaf, dumb and blind, a system of free 
public libraries, and other institutions indi-- 
cative of the most advanced civilization. 

Lansing is the capital of the State, I>etroit 
its commercial metropolis. For full descrip- 
tions of these and every other city, village 
and hamlet in the state, reference is liad to 
the ensuing pages of this work. 



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D\Di% 



SVILLE. 



(See also page 150.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

AfdmBB A Tattle« Tannery, Mill. 
Bftcdsville Messenger, A H Daniels editor. 
Urown Frederick H, undertaker, Main. 
Brovn Wells G, flouring mills and lumber 

mnfr.^ Mill. 
Chicaeo and 'Michigan Lake Shore R R, A 

D Edos agent. 
Oammer Norman J, physician, Main. 
Bantels Albert II9 Physician and 
Druggist, Main. 

■an A Of Lawyer and Justice of 
the Peace, Pine. 
Enos Abner D, agent C. & M. L. S. R. R. 
Gray James M, general store, Main. 
Goff D C, propr Snell House, cor Main and 

Pine. 
Hawley Mrs G A, millinery, Pine. 
Howell & Moultony hardware, Main. 
KdowIcs & Baker, general store. Main and 

Pine. 
Laferty Wm, boot and shoemaker, Main. 
Larkins Robe, propr Breedsville Hotel, Main. 
McDanel, waigon maker. Pine. 
Mykaa A lleDry, Tannery, Pine. 
B^^rtager Henry J« Grocer, Main. 
ierlfliger John D, Real EsUte, In- 
surance agt and Justice of the Peace, Main. 
nenrooid Frederick E, General 

Store and Meat Market, Main. 
Soell House, D C Goff propr, cor Pine and 

Main. 
Saell, Shannon A.Co, Barrels, Head- 
ing and Stave mnfrs. 
Stevens Horace K, blacksmith, Pine. 
Thompson W L, saw mill. 
Wade Wm, saloon, cor ^ine and Main. 



BUROH'S. 

(For description see page 159.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Caopbdl & Jones, lumber mills. 
Chipman Waller W, lawyer. 
Ftwcett Rev John, (Congregationalist). 
Soiith C R, general store and postmaster. 



Stanton F L, lumber mill. 
Weller J S, lumber mill. 

CALUMET. 

(For description see page 162.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Colton H S, Cashier Merchant's aad 

Miners' Bank. 
Lyon & Dolf, hardware. 

llerclianUi and miners' Bank, 

Chas Brigg Pres, H S Colton Cash. 
North & Briggs, general store. 
Osborn Reuben H, physician. 
Shears George W, meat market. 
Smith, Harris &. Co, general store. 
Streeter A T, postmaster. 

OEDAB OBEEK. 

I (For description see page 169.) 

' BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

I 

Campbell Rev Wm, (United Brethren). 

Larabee C P, general store. 

Larabee Cyrus, agricultural implements. 

McCofTney S, flouring mill. 

Maynard Rev H H, (United Brethren). 

Murphy Charles, wagon maker. 

Peckham H F, eclectic physician. 

Pickel Byron, grocer. 

Soule George, general store. 

Wenderburg George, blacksmith. 

CHARLEVOIX. 

(Fur description see page 173.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Carpenter & Bartholomew, general store. 

Cole Rev George L, (Methodi>^t). 

Cooper R, hotel propr. 

Crouter G W, druggist. 
! Fox, Rose & Buttars, general store. 
I Green E H, lawyer. 
! Henderson R, physician. 
I Lewis Dr L, druggist. 
I McLeod A J, hotel propr. 
I Morgan Henry, general store. 

Smith W ^, propr Charlevoix Sentinel. 

Stockman W J, hardware. 

Wood Rev W, I presbyterian). 



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OOOPERSVILLE. 

(For description see page 196.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Austin John J, physician. 

Brown Daniel D, furniture. 

Brown Joseph, justice of the peace and post- 
master. 

Clark Charles, agent D. & M. R. R. 

Cleland Daniel, grocer. 

Cloud James M, Watches, Clocks and 
Jewelry. {See adv.) 

Crossmon Henry C, spoke mnfr. 

Durham James £, barber. 

Durham Philander, grocer. 

Earl EH P, saloon. 

Bdwa^ds Pembroke 8, Photograjih- 

er. 

Farr Georjje A, lawyer. 

Fisk Geo W, wagon maker. 

Glass John B, blacksmith. 

Graham Robert, saloon. 

Hermance John H, saw and grist mill. 

Hubbard Lamont A, Howe sewing ma- 
chines. 

Joseph Rev L E, ( Wesleyan Methodist). 

Leonardson Rev A V, (Free Methodist). 

Lillie Roswell, lawyer. 

Marshall Simeon R, wagon maker. 

Mead Cliarles £• Boot and Shoemaker. 

BratlODal Hotel, T M Reed Propr, Cor 
Main and Pine. {See adv,) 

Parker L & Sons, hardware. 

Pierce Cornelius L, grocer and agent Ameri- 
can Express. 

Phelps Jerome B, tanner and currier. 

Phelps Mary J, milliner. 

Reed Theophilus IVI, Propr Nation- 
al Hotel, Cor Main and Pine. \See adv.) 

Reed & Lillie, livery and sale stable. 

Root George L, harness maker. 

Sheldon George W, physician. 

Smith Charles, propr Temperance Hou^e. 

Smith Frederick D, physician. 

Smith Bros, druggists and general store. 

Squier Mrs Wm L, millinery. 

Squfer Oron, General store. 

Taylor Gilbert D, billiard hall. 

Thompson Irving J, blacksmith. 

Treloar Samuel J, blacksmith. 

Tyler James A, sewing machine agent. 

Waldron Cornelius, meat market. 

Watson W O ^ J9 general store. 

Wilty Charles H, barber. 



DEAN'S MILLS. 

^For description see page 203.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bennett Charles, blacksmith. 
Dean George L, saw and shingle mills. 
McKeely Daniel, blacksmith. 
Peters George H, carpenter. 
Shepard C E, physician. 



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Simmons Amos, wagonmaker. 
Thomas W M, saw and shingle mill. 
Thomas W M & Co, general store. 
Willoughby Zerah, justice of peace. 

DETROIT. 

REMOVALS, OMISSIONS, ETC. 

Austin &Co, bankers, 149 Griswold. 
Beatty John, news depot, 61 Jefferson tvci 
Bergoft' [ML, physician, room 4 Willij 

Block. 
Berry & Co, mufrs backing and thin luml 

works Hamtramck, oflBce 37 Atwater. 
Bett« Ira O. Betts' Fibrene Lubricator, 

21 Woodward ave. (See adv.) 
Boden k Co, grocers, 6 Russell House Block 
Brush & Smith, architects, Moffat Buildinj 
Burnham J K & Co, Wholesale Drj 

Goods, 228 Jefferson ave. (See adv.) 
Bushey & Campau, real estate, room $ Wil 

Hams* Block. 
Cheever Henry M, lawyer, rooms 6 and | 

Mechanics' Hall. 
Cochran Dr A B, dentist, 173 Griswold. 
Congdon David & Co, merchant tailors, 73 

Woodward ave. 
Cotter W P & Co, Book and Job 

Printers, cor I^rned and Wayne, 
Detroit Chemical Works, 14 Atwater. 
Dunn & Co, rubber goods, 179 Jefferson awi 
Fales Bros & Co, paper dealers, 59 Jeffcrsop 

avenue. 
Frankenstein Morris, boots and shoes, ^ 

Jefferson ave. 
Frankenstein Reuben, fancy goods, ll)i 

Jefferson ave. 
Frankenstein & Kallmeyer, clothiers, JSjrf 

ferson ave. 
Garratt Edward, architect, 9 Rotundi 

Building. 
Gies Paul Sl Co, Planing Mill 57 and 

59 Maple. (See adv page 870. ) 

Mempel Charles, Hardware, 361 

Gratiot ave. (See adv page 870.) 
House Wm € & Co* Grocers, 183 

Woodward ave. (See adv opppage 306. 1 
Motel Renaud. Geo F Kenaud, propr, 
cor Adams and Grand River aves. (Seeaip\ 
Motel CroflHlnet, C S Munson Propr, 

cor Randolph and Lamed. (Sec adv p 873.) 
Howard Azel B, agent Wheeler & Wilsoi 

Mnfg Co, 199 Woodward ave. 
Howe & Recor, Lumber Dealet^ 

119 Griswold. (See adz'.) 
Johnston S M & Co, gen'l commission mef 

chants, 187 Jefferson ave. 
Joslin & Colter, printers, 306 Woodward avf. 
Knapp & Walton, Architeci^^ and 

Superintendents, 5 Mechanics Hall. ^ 

adv back fly leaf. ) 
I^aitlier Broi4. Brush Mnfrs, 220 Ra» 

dolph. \See adv.) 



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Qua H, dentist, 253 Woodward ave. 

~iew% Fremeli 4k GroTer, 

tnl Commission Merchants, 33 Wood 
. {See adv opp page 7^7.) 

r. DonaldBon A Co* Coffee 

Ifed Spice Mills, 33 Griswold. {See adv,) 
k Pemiiman, lawyers rooms 8 and 9 
baoic's HaU. 
c's Ice Co, 93 Griswold. 
l[ilUI Wm Jr. Propr Perkins Hotel, 
Gnnd River and Cass. {&e adv.) 
. 1 Frederick A €0, Paper Box 
IhfrsaDd Book Binders, 157 Jefferson ave. 
pdCH&Co, mnfrs telegraph instruments, 
|4 Atwater. 

fttx E E, cigars and tobacco, 91 Griswold. 
gpioMs Wm, plumber, 71 Griswold. 
t^ Henry C, pattern maker. 36 Atwater e. 
iwWmS, merchant tailor, 187 Jefferson ave. 
irvtr George W, insurance agent, room I 
Rodges Block. 

krks J(»eph E, architect, room 10 Mechan- 
ics Hall, 

^InBey Dr A IB, Propr Detroit Medi- 
cal and Surgical Institute, 204 Woodward 

IPC. 

Bvtns & Dicker, builders and contractors, 

ftS Third. 

Iley Wm, sewing ihachine japanner, 71 

JGriswold. 

|niiBe J Harry^ Photographer, 209 

ieiersoD ave. {See adv, p 87 j.) 

M People's Ice Co, John H Seiiz, manager, 

'% Griswold. 

Wrhees & Co, commission merchants, 4 

llnssell House Block. 

latkins ft Beckwlth, Surgeon 

I)«iti»l5, 146 Woodward ave. (See adv.) 

re¥ber * Daunni, Trunk Mnfrs. {See 

febsicT Wm, propr Webster Educational 
Jastitute, cor Michigan ave and 24th. 
fclch EdwArdt Engraver, I Larned 
west. (See adv page 62.) 
Ml G Philip, Saw Maker and Re- 
J«rer, 162 Gratiot ave. (See adv, p 871.) 
■•Ur Ladwig H, Wholesale and 
Retail Crockery and Glassiware, 216 Ran- 
dolph, [Set adv.) 

foivtrine Ice Company, F B Hoadley & I & 
R W Winch, managers, 5 Kanter Block. 

ELK. 

<For description see page 342.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

M M, general store. 
ie Rev O L, physician. 
itcRexJ B (Church of God), 



ELLSWORT5. 

(For description see page 342.) 

cr £ R, supervisor and hoop dealer. 



Dalzell David, notary public. 

Dalzell Samuel, surveyor. 

Grice Rev John. 

Hill Alva, dealer in furs. 

Howe I W, physician. 

Hilliard A, blacksmith. 

Keech William, builder and constable. 

Nelson Lydia, sewing machine agent. 

Nicholson Ernest, lawyer. 



FERRIS. 

(For description see page 3S4-) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Bartoe Robert, saw mill. 
Dyer Moses H, postmaster. 
Green James, saw mill. 
Grove W, saw mill. 



LONG RAPIDS. 

(For description see page 515.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Bown Edward & Bro, lumbermen. 
Keating John & Bro, lumbermen. 
Speachley & Hopper, lumber dealers. 



LYONS. 

(For description see page 519.) 

BUSINESS DIRECrORY. 

Amsden Albert & Son, woolen mills. 

Bailey Mouse, M S Bailey, propr, cor 
Bridge and Prairie. 

Bailey Myron S9 propr Bailey House» 
cor Bridge and Prairie. 

Baker Marvin F, books, stationery and post- 
master, S Bridge. 

Barnard Winfleld S, Books, Station- 
ery, etc, S Bridge. 

Broad John, carriage and wagon maker, 
Prairie. 

Burghdoflf Frank, saloon, S Bridge, 

Burrows William S, marble works, S Bridge. 

Church William, agent D. L. & L. M. R. R. 

Cooledge Seneca P, harness maker, S Bridge^ 

Coon Peter, general store, S Bridge e Prairie. 

Cooper John, boarding house, Bridge e 
Prairie. 

Cull Sc Son, Meat Market, S Bridge. 

DouK^herty Joltn R, General Store, 
S Bridge. 

Dowden William, grocer and boots and 
shoes, S Bridge. 

Du Bois Stewart C, cooper, Water. 

Fosmir James F & Son, grocers and confec- 
tionery, cor Bridge and Prairie. 

Freeman Wm H, Banker, S Bridge. 

Hale Bros, Proprs Lyons Gothic Mills, 
Mill. 

Hall Miss Mary, millinery, S Bridge, 

Hall & Cole, wholesale boot and shoe mnfrs. 

Halsted & Smith, meat market, S Bridge. 

Hatch & Baker, hardware, S Bridge. 



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Heath Jason J, jeweler and photographer, 

Bridge e Prairie. 
Hicks Rev Albert R, (Baptist). 
Hutchinson Dr Barzilla M, physician and 

druggist, S Bridge. 
Ill|call8 A Shermiin, Carriage and 

Wagon Makers, Prairie nr Bridfje. 
Jackson M P, dressmaker. 
Jacob Abram M, Dentist and Justice 

of the Peace, S Bridge. 
Kelly & Son, physicians, druggists and 

grocers, S Bridge. 
Leonard Henry A, carpenter, S Bridge. 

liTOnS Gothic MilfSy Hale Bros 
Proprs, Mill. 

McFarlane A & Co, general store, S Bridge. 

McWilliams Richard, boot and shoemaker, 
S Bridge. 

Harctaand OaTfd, Saddle and Har- 
ness Makers, Bridge e Prairie. 

Marshall Andrew, physician, S Bridge. 

May Julius, blacksmith, Prairie. 

Pennington William D, furniture and under- 
taker, Bridge e Prairie. 

Pfcifer John, saloon, cor Prairie and Water. 

Phelps A Hizer, Mnfrs Wooden 
Bowls, Mill. 

Ranger Henry, boot and shoemaker and 
tanner, S Bridge. 

Robinson & Tanmorc, Founders 
Machinists and Pump Mnfrs, cor S Bridge 
and Elizabeth. 

Roof Adam L, plaster mill. Mill. 

Roof Albert K, lawyer and insurance agent, 
S Bridge. 

Rudger J W, blacksmith. Prairie. 

Searing Henry, agent Am Express. 

Searing Bros, livery and omnibus line. Mill. 

Smith R V dc S P, Merchant Tailors, S 
Bridge. 

Snell Lewis A, physician. Bridge w Prairie. 

Spalding David C, physician, Bridge w 
Prairie. 

Toan John, lawyer, S Bridge. 

Toan Mrs M H, millinery, S Bridge. 

Trefry Gabriel, general store, S Bridge. 

Warner Rev Silas P, (Methodist Episcopal i. 

Willey I^wis H, ag'l implements, S Bridge. 

MARSHVTTJiK 

( For description see page 541) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Marsh George M. general store and flouring 

mill. 
Moore Albert, rx press and station agent. 
Moses Scth, miller. 



MONTROSE. 

(For description see page 561.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Ames Capt Seth P, ship builder. 
Barnard William S, hotel propr. 



Bliss Maurice M, general store and fi 
Pettee Thomas W, general store. 
Soutter John M, general store and fai 
Spears John and James, saw and 

mills. 



MOSHERVILLE. 

(For description see page 564.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Bagley Edgar A, physician (homeo( 
Baker & Brother, wagon makers. 
Carpenter John C, physician. 
Crittenden Rev A L (Methodist). 
Espie John, general store. 
Gillespie Wm H, shoemaker. 
Holmes & Riggs, general store. 
Mosher David G, postmaster and mnfr p^ 
to buggers. , 

Mosher George S, doors, sash and blindli 
Robards John M, hotel propr. , 

Russell & Miller, blacksmiths. | 

Tyler Luther N, flouring and saw milL ^ 
Wargh David, physician. 

MOUNT MORRIS. 

(For description see p>age 566.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bardweli & Golden, drugs and grocerio. 

Bennet J H, saloon. 

Costello & Sullivan, boots and shoes. 

Doran Wm, saloon. 

Gerren James, hotel propr. 

Graham G L, saloon. 

Green & Maginn, boots and shoes. 

Hughes E & S, general store. 

Hughes & Co, general store. 

Kennedy Thomas, hotel propr. 

Malloy John, grocer. 

Mann L D, harness maker. 

Mann H G, grocer. 



NEW BUFFALO. 

(For description see page 5834 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Barnes J, general store. 
Beiner Rev C J, (Lutheran). 
Bennett A, drugs, groceries and cipi 

agent. 
Bentler H, boot and shoe store. 
Butler George, butcher. 
Campbell J M, physician. 
Clark M M, physician. 
Daufen Peter, saloon. 
Douglas Edward, barber. 
Egert L, saloon. 
Freeman A, restaurant. 
Gerdes Frederick, general store. 
Hastings R S, dealer in staves. 
Helfen William, saloon. 
Hoag J B, physician. 
Kam Fritz, general store. 



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A, 'hardware. 
C L,Yiolel. 

C & H, general store. 
Eoul, saloon, 
ilieim D G, grocer and butcher, 
ips C, flour and feed, 
ips J V, lawyer. 
loJds }, railroad station agent, 
ter F, batcher. 
ik H, butcher. 
Rev E A, (Methodist). 
George R, dmggist. 
George, carpenter. 



NORTH NEWBUBOH. 

(For description see page 590.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

■banan H, harness maker. 

lirBthers & Hutchins, flouring and saw 

^. 

eaux C P, general store and foundry. 
ex S, cooper. 

Mey Mohn^ Boot and Shoemaker 
Itod Postmaster. 

N A, hotel keeper. 
William, blacksmith. 
ihiield A F, physician, 
ock R S, blacksmith. 
F H, carpenter. * 
George, wagon maker, 
son J L, general store. 
£, hotel keeper, 
▼an J B. physician, 
ton H, barber. 



OVEmSEL. 

(For description see page 603.) 
BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 
(t, physician. 
Lman Hein, blacksmith, 
remonde Z K, blacksmith. 
Her & Kcppel, general store. 

se & Zan, general store. 
rheii Z C, teacher, 
icet Hein, teacher. 



PABSHAT.T.VTT.T.K. 

fFor description see page 608.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Rev James, (Methodist). 
to] &. Co, founders. 
ter \Vm A, blacksmith, 
rold J S. postmaster. 
rold & Norbert, general store. 

George, blacksmith. 
:heler Wm & J, general store. 
;r Cyrus, physician. 
Thomas, cooper. 
Rev Samuel, (Baptist), 
kley Daniel, flooring mills, 
te Albert, booti and shoes. 
tt D & A, boots and shoes. 



PENN MINE. 

(For description see page 611). 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Boucher H H, postmaster. 
Delaware Copper Co. 

PINOONNINO. 

(For description see page 61 6. j 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Brown Hugh, hotel propr. 

Cliff Thomas H, blacksmith. 

Hervey R D, express agent. 

Hoobler R S, teacher. 

Knight £ B, manager Van Etten Campbell 

& Co. 
McDougall D, carpenter. 
Meech J U, farmer and fisherman. 
Morris S S & Co, saloon. 
Moss E C, wagon maker. 
Pelkey Louis A, hotel. 
Philpotts H & Co, wood, ties, etc. 
Rhodes C H, prop V E, C & Go's store. 
Sheridan R D, station agent. 
Silas Benjamin, fisherman and farmer. 
Vanetten Campbell & Co, lumber dealers. 
Vealey A & Sons, fanners and carpenters. 
Yerbeck T, jobber. 
Walk W, farmer and carpenter. 
Whitney John H, hotel propr. 
Wilton 8l Sheridan, fish, ties and hoops. 

PINE GREEK. 

(For description see page 616.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Chesebrough Rev Edgar (Advent). 
Garwood John, shoemaker. 
Kerstelter John, blacksmith. 
Norton J T, carpenter. 
Randall Parker P, pedler. 
Shaw Lyman, cabinet maker. 
Van Heyning Franklin, general store. 
Winters James, postmaster and cooper. 

RAWSpNVILLE. 

(J'or description see page 640.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Ayres Byron, wagon maker. 

Buck Zina, blacksmith. 

Canfield Samuel, postmaster. 

Canfield S & E, general store. 

Cheever Dennis, general store. 

Cook C & Co, flouring mill. 

Quick O M, hotel propr and blacksmith. 

Shipton George, supt woolen mill. 

Springstein Rev A (Free Methodist), 

REDPORD. 

(For description see page 641.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Brace Wm L, harness maker. 
Burgess S K, brick and tile maker. 



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Chambells Rev Charles, (Catholic). 

Chovey P J, homceopKithk: physician. 

Cross G H, blacksmith. 

DuBois J F, flouring and saw mills. 

Ethers A, blacksmith. 

Oee Rev Alexander, (Methodist). 

Houk Wm £, general store. 

Johnstone George, hotel propr. 

Lahser Charles, wagon maker. 

Lee George, dentist. 

Mclntyre A P, hotel propr. 

Mathews T H, physician. 

Morrell Alfred, flouring mill. 

Seward B W, postmaster. 

Seward, botanic physician. 

Shaftoe Rev Thomas, ( Baptist) . 

Smith C C, physician. 

Smith F J, cooper. 

Smith Wm A, lawyer. 

Smith & Collins, glue mnfrs. 

Stahling Charles, harness maker. 

Towers, cheese mnfr. 

Woodruff A S, flouring and saw mills. 

Ziegeler Conrad, general store. 

Ziegeler Julius, general store. 

SUMMIT. 

(For description see page 663.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

•Corson T H, general store. 

Darkins George, mason. 

Hobart James, produce. 

Lemon J P, (Baptist). 

Nailer George, blacksmith. 

Noble J H & J, boot and shoemaker. 

Kider Mrs & Miss, dressmakers. 

Roberts E C, wine mnfr. 

Roberts & Smith, agriciiltural implements. 

Smith George, carpenter. 

Smith D E, produce. 

Walker A L, physician. 

Walker E T. dealer in fruit. 

"Webster H P, carj^enier. 

Wheeler C, station agent. 



Wheeler & Pray, general store and ej 

agents. 
Woodsworth O, produce. 



TAYLOR CENTER. 

(For description see page 695.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Locke Wm S, lumberii.an. 

Vrooman John J, grocer and postmastet; 



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ZEELAND. 

(For description see page 736), 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Benjaminsee & Co, dry goods and clot 

Bloom C, propr Union Hotel. 

Bolks A & Bro, hardware. 

Bots G H, blacksmith. 

Kouwens J, general store. | 

Dekker D, cooper. 

Dekker, watchmaker. 

De Pree Johannes, livery stable. 

De Pree, Van Bree & Werthoek, pump « 

wagon makers. 
Doornheim A, general store. 
Elsenga & Bro, boots and shoes. 
Fox S, watches and jewelry. 
Herder & Borch, proprs Unity Mills. 
Huisinga J, painter. 
Keppel & Hindinga, general store. 
Kim & Blok, dnigs, paints and oils. 
Moerdyk Rev Wm. 
Rabbers & Wagenaar, blackiimiths. 
Romeyn A, general store. 
Roosenvaad C, furniture. 
Sakkers P, furniture. 
Van den Berg Wm jr, physician. 
Van den Berg Wm sr, physician. 
Van den Borch M, general store. 
Van Duine M, boots and shoes. 
Van Enennaam John, propr Zeeland H( 

and general store. 
Voneklaa.'.en & Bolks, brick mnfrs. 
Vyn Peier, saw mill. 
Wichers Wm, wagon maker. 



EDWARD WELCH, 

General Engraver on Metab 

WEDDING, INVITATION AND VISITING CARDS, 

Engraved and Printed in the Best Style of the Art. 



No. I Lamed Street West, 



DETROIT, 



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rlie follo'wing section of the work, the cities, villages and post-offices of Mtchifan, are arranged in- 
>^«icml order, and a description is given of each place, with an alphabetical list of all persons doing 
»m tlserein. In all the larger places the names have been procured by personal .canvass, but in the 
r ckey have been furnished by postmasters. Great care has been taken to ensure correctness as 
s compieteaess. 



ABBONIA. 



and railway station in Wat- 

"hip, Allegan county. It is on the 

DiTision of the L. S. & M. S. R. 

&iac miles east of Allegan. It is situated 

le^el vrheat country and is the location 

L sawrmtll, a stave factory and a wooden 

rl factory. Lumber, staves and honey 

la-rgely shipped. Population 50. Daniel 

r« postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

^ftn^lia.111 T Fy aparian. 

Daniel, lumber manufacturer. . 
dy C X, wooden ware manufacturer. 
U T My stave manufacturer. 




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ABSOOTA. 

A. postoffice in Burlington township, in the 
latliwest part of Calhoun county. It is 12 
dae south from Battle Creek and six 
of Union City. It is situated in a 
prmin country and manufactures brooms. 
t, wool, live stock and brooms const!- 
the leading shipments. L. B. Wells, 




BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Kellogg S M, broom maker. 
Ketarzee Ira Y, physician. 
Peckham H, broom maker. 
Wells L B, grocer. 

AOME. 

A small settlement in East Bay township, 
Grand Traverse county. It is situated on 
the east shore of Grand Traverse bay, mid- 
way between Traverse City and Elk Rapids, 
being about eight miles distance from either 
place. It has fifty inhabitants and contains 
two saw mills, a foundry and a spring bed 
and milk safe factory. It derives water 
power from Mullet creek. Farming is carried 
on to some extent in the vicinity. During 
the season of navigation shipments of wood 
and lumber are made to Chicago, 280 miles 
distant. Telegraph, Western Union. H. 
K. Beecham, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Baker A C, spring mattress and milk safe 

mnfr. 
Barnes Charles, sawyer. 
Beecham H K, general store. 



tItCHlGAM stAtb gAzetteek 



Hoxiie Ezra, lumber and foundTT. 
Hoxsie L S, lumber mnfr. 
Randkll Gilbert, hotel proprietor. 

ADA. 

A village of 400 inhabitants, on the D. & 
M. R. R., 10 miles east of Grand Rapidi. 
It is in Kent county and at the junciion of 
Grand and Thomapple rivers, the latter of 
which afTords good water power. Flour and 
fruil, are shipped. Telegraph, Western 
Union; Express, American. Postmaster, S. 
E. Faxon. 



Barrows A. physician.. 

Beard st ey Wm L, retired merchant. 

Bristol B, conper. 

BradReld E & Sons, props Ada Flouring 

Mills. 
Bums Lawrence, dry goods, boots,ilioes, etc. 
ChSM A Q, Physician. 
Clark George, carpenter. 
Coldwell H O, justice of the peace. 
Dennison D P butcher. 
Dinsmore Luther, builder. 
DufT Patrick, wagon maker. 
Fiixon SEA Co, general 



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I Benjai 



Gardner E. < 
Gibson C. K., agent, druggist. 
Kemp John, flouring nill. 
Knapp L. D., station agent. 
LivingMon S. H., conper. 
McClellan J. L., book agent. 
a M.. blacksmith. 



Mill 






ialon R. C, carpenter. 
Schellhaus Loran W, express agent. 
Smith Charles, prop Ada hotel. 
Smith John, cooper. 

Teeven T. W., harness maker and barber. 
Therry N,, boou and shoes. 

ADAMS VILLE. 

An old settlement in Onlwa township 
and in the southern part of Cass county. 
It is on Christian river eight miles north 
of Elkhart and ten south of Cassopolis. Its 
nearest railway station is Edwardsburgh, on 
the Peninsular R, R.. four and a half 
miles west. It is in a good fanning country, 
has a fine water power and maintains flour- 
ing and sawmills and a large cooper shop. 
Flour, heading and staves are the leading 
articles shipped. Population, 150. W. U. 
Stevens, posT master, 

BUSINESS DIKBCTORV. 

Aimslrong S F., gunsmith. 
Ashley Rev. James. 
Akin Hubbard, (tone mnson. 
Alexander J. F., physiciao. 
Benjamin Eli, 1 



Emerton M. H., justice of the peace. , 

Manuel Henry, veterinary surgeon. \ 

Manuel Miss Lucy, dress maker. 
Michael Si. Rich wagon makers and black 

smiths. 1 

Rinehart L. P., notary public. 

Rineharl L P. & Co., general store. 

Rogers George, insurance agent. 

Sage M. G. & N., flouring mill. 

Turner V., foreman M. G. & N. Sage. 

West Flelcher, cooj.er. 

West & Trump, lumber and beading mnfia 

Wyman Wm., cooper. 

ADDISON. 

Addison is situated on the line between 
Woodstock and Rollin townships, in ibi 
northeast part of Lenawee county. It a 
distant from Adrian 20 miles and from Scot- 
merset, on the D. H. & I R. R., its aearesi 
shipping point, six miles. Population, 4aa 
Shipments, wheat, flour, wool and pork. C 
A. Smith, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Birdsill E., boots and shoes. 

Bo wen O. B., harness maker. 

Brown William, physician. 

Carnes John, hotel proprietor. 

Haien Kcv. A. R., (Methodist Episcopal.) 

Iveson S, A,, carpenter. 

Jenkins E. M., physician. 

Kline William, tinsmith. 

Lewis G. M., grocer. 

Morley A., blacksmith. 

Morley J., blacksmith. 

Parker H. J., wagon maker. 

Parker N., painter. 

Smith Brothers, produce and gene 

Smith C. £., butcher. 

Smith 0. A., flouring mill. 

Stiles A. J„ foundry. 

Swartout Mrs. C, milliner and di 

Vantine C, grocer. 

Weaver D, cooper. 



The 



mnty 



ADRIAN. 

of Lenawee County, tbe 



largest and mo>t thriving city in the 

place on (he main line of the MichigM 
Southern R. R. It is located on the souik 
branch of the river Raisin, nearly in the 
eenier of the county, and 3J miles west of 
Toledo, 74 southwest of Detroit and 110 
east of Chicago. It is 83 miles from Lansing. 
It is surrounded by a splendid farming 
country, which contributes largely to its trade. 
Its population, according to the census of 
1S74, was 8,866, a falling off of i,zo6 from 
the returns of i!i7a, a phenomenon account- 
ed for, in part, by the imperfect system in 
nse for taking the Stale census, and, in part. 



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bf the recent removal of a large portion of 
the railroad shops (o Elkhart. 

The assessed valuation of the real and 
personal property of the city is $1,640,104, 
Its real value being over 55,000,000. The 
Borporation limits have not been extended 
vithin the past two years, or since the last 
■Bae of this work, nor have any new churches 
K oiher public buildings been erected in 
^t time. 

There are 12 churches, with property 
vtlaed at $300,000. 

The public schools consist of a central 
boilding and four large ward schools. Av;* 
iregate value of school property, $140,000. 
Namher of children of school ages, 3,000 
Nvmber of teachers empl.»yed, 30. Agjrre- 
nte amount of teachers' salaries, $14,500. 
Number of volumes in school library, 1,400. 
The college under the auspices of the 
Methodist denomination is in a flourishing 
condition. Rev. Geo. B. McElroy, D. D., 
is now president. 

Among the principal manufacturing enter- 
prises, are the Adrian Car Manufacturing Co. 
and the Illinois Car Manufacturing Co., each 
employing a larg^e number of hands; two 
large planing mills, two machine shops, two 
fiimiiure factories, two carriage and wagon 
factories, and a number of smaller concerns 
la various branches. The railroad shops still 
vemaining employ, constantly, about 200 men. 
The moneyed institutions of Adrian com- 
prise one national bank, one private bank, 
two savings banks and the Michigan State 
lasorance Company. The latter has a capi- 
tal of $150,000, and a surplus of $187,990. 

The newspaper press is represented by the 
Timts and Expositor^ an afternoon daily and 
weekly Republican paper ; the Press ^ estab- 
lisheii in 1873, ^1 Wm. A. Whitney, daily 
Md weekly, independent in politics; the 
Jwmal^ a weekly Democratic paper, and 
the Anuiger^ a German publication. 

Adrian has the best steam fire department 
in the State, outside of Detroit. A sufficient 
•apply of water is procured from wells and 
cisterns. The city is lighted with gas. 

The lack of railroad competition has, no 
donbt, been prejudicial to the growth and 
pfo^riiy of Adrian, and a direct and inde- 
pendent connection with Detroit is a great 
desideratam. As it is, the city is wholly 
dependent npon the Lake Shore and Michi- 
gan Southern Road for an outlet, though it 
i ojoys the advantage of being at the junction 
j of two important branches, with the main 
i li»c, viz : the Detroit branch and the Jack- 
j »tt branch. But for the depression of'rail- 
\ rord interests for a year or two past, the 
I^oit and Adrian road might have been 
««opleted. It is, however, only a question 
of time when it will be built. 



The site of the City of Adrian was pur- 
chased of the government by Addison J. 
Comstock, in September, 1825, and in the 
following year he moved on to the property. 
The village was platted in March, 1828. 
The first hotel was built on the site of the 
present Lawrence Mouse in the same year. 
In 1829 the first store was established, and 
in 1832 th.* ••«• :;'iiarch (Presbyterian). The 
first new::.upe:, the prototype of the present 
daily /♦•.•:«, was established in ^834, and in 
the (oil* wing year the county seat was re- 
movea from Tecumseh to Adrian. In 1836 
the Erie and Kalamazoo Railroad was com- 
pleted between Toledo and Adrian — the 
earlicf t railroad in the State. The Michigan 
Sonih'^rn was finished between Monroe and 
Adrian in 1840. In 1843 it was opened to 
Hillsdale. Adrian became a city in 1853. 

BUSINESS DIRF.CTORV. 

Ackley C. B., china and glassware, 61 

Maumee. 
Ackley C. B., fancy goods, 98 S Main. 
Adams Joseph H., harness maker, 109 S 

Main. 
Adrian Car and Mnfg Co., H. A. Angel & 

Co., props., e of R R depot, 
Adrian Ga"; Light Co., W. S. C. Otis, prest, 

J. H. Wchster, sec, N Winter. 
Adrian J0urn.1l, J. Cross prop, 58 Maumee. 
Adrian Paper Mill Co., Wm. Corbin pres, 

Geo. R. Marcy, sec, cor Michigan ave and 

Water. 
Adrian Press (daily and weekly), Wm. A. 

Whitney prop. Masonic Temple Block. 
Adrian Savings Bank, Wm. H. Rogers pres, 

Heman Loomis, treas, cor Maumee and 

Winter. 

Adrian Times and Expositor, 

(daily and weekly), Applegate & Fee, 
props, 61 Maumee. {See adv.') 

Aiken Darwin E., confectioner, 75 Maumee. 

Allen J, J. A Oo., Props Central 
Hotel, S Main. (.S>^ adv.) 

Ameigh John E., bi>ots and shoes, s s Mau- 
mee w of Winter, 

Anderson Sidney, boots and shoes, S Winter. 

Andrews A Todd, Physicians, Mau- 
mee. 

Anglem Edward, grocer, 85 N Main. 

Applegate A Fee, Props The Adrian 
Times and Expositor,6i Maumee. {Seeadv) 

Auchampaugh J. J. & L., dry goods, cor 
Maumee and N Main. 

Austin & Treat, sash factory, cor Church 
and Dennis. 

Avery John F., agent Singer sewing 
machine, cor Maumee and Winter. 

Ayres W. F. & Co., millinery, 71 Maumee. 

Babcock Sylvester P, .sewing machine at- 
tachments, foot Church. 

Bachman Geo. L., lawyer, 51 Maumee. 

BachtcU & Todd, livery, N Winter. 



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Baker Delos M., lumber, Michigan. 

Baker, Rufus & Co., cheese mnfrs, 1 18 Main. 

Baker V. A., physician, cor Maumee and 
Winter. 

Bara^ar John, oysters and fish, 58 N Main. 

Bamum Delos W, watches and jewelry, 29 
Maumee. 

Barse & Kinfr, boots and shoes, 41 Maumee. 

Bate Richard L., hardware and crockery, 
79 N Main and 95 S Main. 

Bateman M., wines and liquors, e s N Main. 

Bausch Jacob F. O., physician, 66 Maumee. 

Beach Mrs. dress maker, 34 Maumee. 

Beals & Colvin, grocers, 97 S Main. 

Beaman Fernando C, judge of probate 
court, county offices, N Main. 

Bean & Hadley, lawyers. Underwood Block. 

Benedict Daniel, Clothing, 27 Mau- 
mee. 

Bennett Alanson, lawyer. Underwood Block. 

Bennett J. R. & Co., druggists, 39 Maumee. 

Bennett L. I. & Co., hats and caps, 40 Mau- 
mee. 

Benson Wm., flouring mills, Seeley. 

Berry James, lumber, foot Pearl. 

Betz George, grocer, Erie. 

Bidelman Robert, trunk mnfr, 79 Maumee, 

Bigsby Harvey, boarding house, 55 N Main. 

Bird Lorin G, builder, 32 Pearl. 

Bishop John, physician, Toledo, e of N Main. 

Bliss A. Li. ii, €, M., Real Estate, In- 
surance and Abstracts of Ttitle, N Main, 
Court House Square. 

Bond Oeori^e W., Agricultural Im- 
plements and carriage repository, xo W 
Maumee. 

Botsford John G., prop Botsfoid Hotel, 
cor Tecumseh and Michigan. 

Bowerfind & Wiesinger, bakers and grocers, 
93 S Main. 

Boyd Wm. R., meat market, S Main. 

Burkhardt John, saloon, Maiden Lane. 

Burton Lee W, barber, Maumee over King's. 

Carey Wm. S., dry goods, 51 Maumee. 

Carpenter & Hall, photographers. Under- 
wood Block. 

Carpenter Mrs. M. A., millinery, 78 Mau- 
mee. 

Central Hotel, J. J. Allen & Co., 

props, S Main. {See adv.) 
Chamberlin Frank N, produce, 8 Maumee. 
Chittenden M. E. & Co., wholesale tobacco, 

104 S Main. 
Christantine Sidney M., music, 72 Maumee. 
Clark Elihu L, loan office, 42 Maumee. 
Clark Fred.9 L. S. & M. S. House, R 

R depot. 
Cleveland Wm. H., grocer, i05SMai n. 
Colton Geo. A., mnfg jeweler, 113 S Main. 
Comsdorf John, wall paper, 70 N Main. 

Comstock Addison J. d^ Co., 

Book and Job Printers, IQ3 S Maifti (See 
adv.) 



Comstock Bros., sash, doors and blinds* 

Division and R R Track. 
Comstock Edwin, confectioner, S Main. 
Condit H. C, insurance. City Hall Block. 
Conger Mrs. S. G., millinery, 80 Maumee. 
Conklin Charles A., picture frames, 3* 

Maumee. 
Conlisk Thomas, tobacco and cigrars, 5^ 

Maumee. 
Cook John B. & Co., drugs and grroceries, 

2 N Main. 
Cook Wm. H,, merchant tailor, 34 Mau- 

mee. 

Corbin & Chittenden, hardware, 106 S Main. 

Cornelius & Palmer, boots and shoes, 5« 
Maumee. 

Cotton Charles, boarding house, 51 N Maixi. 

Craft Almond G., meat market, S Winter. 

Crane & Livesay, druggists, n w cor Man. 
mee and Main. 

Crane Nathan S., ice cream, 62 Maumee. 

Crispin Mrs. J. R., dress maker, 27 Man- 
mee. 

Critchell W., tinner, s s Maumee w of 'Win- 
ter. 

Cross Japheth, watches, jewelry, and pub- 
lisher Adrian Weekly Journal, 58 Mau- 
mee. 

Croswell Chas. M., lawyer, s e cor Maumee 
and Main. 

Cummings Clark, physician, lOi S Main. 

DeFoe Jas. V., dry goods, 25 Maumee. 

Delbele Augustus, wagon maker, cor Rail- 
road and Main. 

Disc Bancroft, saloon. Maiden Lane. 

Doan Wm., blacksmith, cor Railroad and 
Main. 

Dodge Thomas F., physician, S7 N Main. 

Down ie David, pump maker, 115 S. Main. 

Eason T. & Son, brewer. Main. 

Eaton Jas. A. & Co., dry good. Masonic 
Temple Block. 

Eisele Christ, saloon. Maiden Lane. 

El wood Abijah B., wagon maker, cor Rail- 
road and Main. 

Emery & French, props Lawrence Hotel, 
cor Maumee and Winter. 

Emery & Kesler, livery, 32 S Winter. 

Evans Uriah R., business college. Under* 
wood Block, Maumee. 

fiTerIss Joseph, Undertaker, 112 S 
Main. 

Farnsworth Arry M., livery, head of Pearl. 

Farrar J dc Co., Founders, Machlnisu 
and Boiler Makers, 36 S Winter. 

Fee Jerome H.,* postmaster. Masonic 
Temple, W Maumee. 

Finch John W., dentist. Masonic Temnle 
Block. ^ 

First National Bank, F. C. Beaman, pres. 
E. L Waldby, cashier, s e cor Maumee 
and Main. 

Fischer Jacob, saloon, 72 N Main. 



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T. S. APPLEGATE. J. H. FEE. 

The Times and Expositor, 

ADRIAN, Lenawee Co., - - - - MIOHIG-AN. 

The Only Paper of the City and County. 

fTS'^^Zf. I APPLEGATE & FEE, Proprietors. U.S,^IJ^Ta.,. 

THE BEST APPOINTED JOB OFFICE IN MICHIGiN. 

FOUR STEAM PRESSES. 

The two editions afford the best advertising medium in this section of the State . 

CENTRAL HOTEL, 

SOUTH MAIN STREET, 
A.OMA.IV, 7 - lMlICH[IG^^lLTV. 

J, J. ALLEN & CO., Proprietors. 

Sample Rooms. Good Beds. Gentlemanly Treatment. ^ 

o 

rrKR^Bis 0%^ PICK. r>A"s^. 

A. J. COMSTOCK &; CO., 



AND PROPRIETORS OF 

THE NATIONAL LABEL WORKS, 

M Kinds of Labels Hannfactiireil to order, Cnt, or (jumied and Cat. 

No. 103 South Main St., 

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JOSEPH PFEIFFER, Proprietor. 



ADRIAN. MICHIGAN. 



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Sevey H. P, marble works, cor Railroad 

and Main. 
Shields Patrick, saloon, 77 N Main. 
Sickels Howard, livery, w s of S Winter s of 

Maumee. 
SislOT A Co.9 Watches and Jewelry, 57 

Maumee. ' 
Sinclair, Daniel D., supervisor, 44 Maumee. 
Smith, Charles F., florist, cor Church and 

Locust. 
Smith C. D., painter, S Winter. 
Smith Elisha C, marble works, N Main bet 

Maumee and Toledo. 
Smith dc Jeivell9Hardware,Stoves and 

Tinware, 55 Maumee. 
Smith Joseph R., tailor, 67 N Main. 
Smith & Rapp, carriage mnfrs,cor Front and 

N Main. 
Southland Charles E., harness maker, 100 S 

Main. 
Stacy d^ Underivood, C. A. Stacy 

and W. A. Underwood, Attorneys at Law, 

Underwood Block, Maumee. 
Stage Wm. S., wines and liquors, 6 N 

Main. 
Stebbins F. R., furniture, pianos, organs, 60 

Maumee. 
Stephenson Robert, physician, 44 N Main. 
Stevenson A. & Sons, wood and coal, Mich- 
igan. 
Stevenson Bros., druggists, n s Maumee bet 

Winter and Main. 
Stone W. H. & Co., bankers, s s Maumee w 

of Main. 
Stow Wm. A , carriage maker, cor Winter 

and Pearl. 
Stowers & Drury, grocers, 96 S Main. 
Strong N. & Co., grocers, S Main. 
Swarts Henry, saloon, 76 Maumee. 
Tabor George, lawyer, 51 Maumee. 
Taft & Bailey, clothing, 33 Maumee. 
Thomas Charles K., drugs and stationery, 

W Maumee. 
Thomson David, barber, 77 N Main. 
Thomson James, watches and jewelry, S 

Main. 
Treat ALanson B., drugs, 99 S Main. 
U. S. Express Co., W. W. Lack, agent, 73 

Maumee. 
Van Auken Jared A., Attorney at 

Law, Underwood Block, Maumee. 
Van Camp Abraham L, boots and shoes, X13 

S Mainr 
Van DeMark Edward, agent Davis sewing 

machine, 25 Maumee. 
Vandergriff Elijah, cooper, N Main, 
Vannatter Wm. B., blacksmith, cor Church 

and Main. 
Voorhees Francis, hats and caps, 44 Maumee. 
Vosburgh & Knapp, carnage mnfrs, 36 

Church. 
Waldby Wm. II.9 Capitalist, s e cor 

Maumee and Main. 



Walker, E. G., supt schools, 38 Manince. 
Walker, T. J. & Co., flouring mills, n of dt 

limits. 
UTalker dc UTeaver, Attorneys at Lav 

40 Maumee. 
Warner James R, flour and feed, cor Mai 

and Church. 
Washburn Martin E., city marshal. 
Wellman John, lawyer, 46 Maumee. 
Western Union Telegraph office, F. C Adi 

ley, manager, Maumee. 
Whipple Miss Frances A., millinery, 6( 

Maumee. 
Whitney Augustus A., physician, 70 Mat 

mee. 
Whitney Wm. A., prop Adrian Daily toe 

Weekly Press, Masonic Temple Block. 
Whitson James P., meat market, 105 S Mail 
Whitson Mrs. M. J., millinery, corToledi 

and N Main. 
IVileox, Bro. d^ Co., Hardware, 3| 

Maumee. 
Willett & Son, grocers, 9I N Main. 
Williams Jewitt, grocer, n s W Manmee 1 

of Winter. 
Wilfiion Pbilo, Flour and Feed, 50 li 

Main s of Toledo. 
Wilson Samuel, county drain commissioner, 

44 Maumee. 
Wilson W. S. & Son, grocers, 19 Maumee. 
Wing & Major, boots and shoes, 29 Maumee. 
Wise T. & J. W., cigar mnfrs, .S Main. 
Wood Alfred H., clothing, 37 Manmee. 
Wooden Alancon, boots and shoes, 4^ 

Maumee. 
Young Charles, grocer, 91 S Main. 
Young Wm. O., carpenter, foot Pearl. 

ADVANCE. 

A postoffice in Eveline township, Charl* 
voix county, 70 miles northeast of Travcn* 
City and 12 miles above Charlevoix, on tbe 
shore of Pine lake. A small steamer mM 
on the lake. Porter's creek aflfords a goo^ 
water power at this point, utilized in tk( 
running of saw and grist mills. A rollin| 
hardwood country surrounds the place, pi* 
ducing grain and potatoes. Cord wood, pota- 
toes and tan bark are the leading articles a 
shipment. W. H. Porter, postmaster. Ship 
goods by water zna Charlevoix or by rail wi 
Boyne Falls. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Hayden .S., surveyor. 

Hays A. E., general store. 

Hunt D. D. T., carriage maker. 

Porter W. H., flour and saw mills. 

Porter W. H., hotel proprietor. 

Porter W. L,, general store. 

Porter W. L., surveyor. 

Smith N. G., botanic physician. 

Wiggins Rev. A. J., (Methodist Episcop«I./ 



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Winter P. II., miller. 
Wood G. M., saddle and harness maker. 
Wood Rev. G. W., (Presbyterian.) 
Wood J. D., boot and shoe maker. 
Wood J. L., boot and shoemaker. 

JETNA. 

iEtna is a small settlement in Denver 
township, Newaygo county. It is on White 
river 25 miles above its debouchment into 
White lake, 17 miles from Newaygo and 9 
miles from Alleyton, which is its nearest rail- 
way station. The river affords a good water 
power and one saw and grist mill is opera- 
ted. Lumber and shingles only are shipped 
twaj, though the surrounding country pro- 
daces wheat, oats, com and hay. Popula- 
tkm, 80. C A. Stone postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRSCTORY. 

Anderson W. A., saw and grist mills. 
Briggs C W., druggist. 
P6nd G. €., blacksmith. 
Stone C. A., general store. 
Wairen H. W., general store. 



A£BON. 

A postoffice in the northwest part of Tus- 
cola county, 14 miles from Caro and 19 from 
Bay City. The country around is well 
adapted to agriculture but as yet only lum- 
ber, staves and hoops are shipped. 

ALABASTER. 

A village of about 400 inhabitants in Iosco 
county. It is situated on the west shore of 
Siginaw Bay, 5^ miles south of Tawas City 
*od 35 northeast of Standish, on the Jack- 
ion, Lansing and Saginaw R. R., its nearest 
nilroad poinL Gypsum underlies the town 
in great quantities, and forms a leading arti- 
cle of export. Express, Holt's ; Telegraph, 
Western Union. £. H. Golden, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bradley J., hotel and saloon. 
Ke&ney Brothers, hotel proprietors. 
Smith B, F., Jr., agent Holt's Express. 
Smith, Bnllard & Co, plaster works and 
general store. 



ALAMO. 

A station on the South Haven Division of 
the M. C. R. R., eight miles northwest of 
l^^lama2oo. Grain is the leading article of 
shipment. T. J. Congdon, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Barber Chas. W., station agent and dealer 

in produce, plaster, etc. 
Congdon T. J., general store. 
Peck H. C, hlackamith. 
Spencer David, boots and shoes. 
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ATiASKA, 

A place of 350 inhabitants, in Caledonia 
township, Kent county, and three miles from 
Hammond, on the Grand River Valley Di- 
vision of the M. C. R. R, The Thornapple 
river, which runs through the town, affords 
excellent water privileges. Wheat,corn, oats, 
potatoes and butter are produced. Hard 
wood timber abounds in the vicinity. Dis- 
tance to Grand Rapids 16 miles. Express, 
American. Warren S. Hall, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Beamer J A, insurance agent. 

Buckingham H, boots and shoes. 

Colson S T & Co, brokers and conveyancers. 

Fisher L W, saw mill. 

Fox George, physician. 

Hale Eugene F, general store. 

Hale Warren S, law and insurance office, 

and lumber dealer. 
Haviland D S, groceries and boots and 

shoes. 
Hembling A D, blacksmith. 
Hembling M D, grocer. 
Jackson Bros, grocers and job printers. 
Joslin B D, physician. 
Kniffin & Proctor, hardware. 
Lewis C W, livery and express agent. 
Lock W H, hotel proprietor. 
Luton A E, physician. 
McAlister H R justice of the peace. 
McNiel Miss V E, milliner. 
Malcomb I B, physician. 
Osliom Rev D S, (Baptist.) 
Richards B E, wagon maker. 
Richards & Hembling, wagon makers. 
Richards J A, blacksmith. 
Russell A., saddle and harness maker. 
Senges Charles, groceries. 
Van Every George W., blacksmith. 
Van Every Rev. George W., (Spiritualist.) 
Waterman Mrs. D., millinery. 
Whitman Rev B. H., (Methodist Episcopal.) 
Williams George W., blacksmith. 
Wise C. M., lawyer. 



ALBION. 

A flourishing village on the Michigan 
Central railroad twenty miles west of Jack- 
son and twelve east of Marshall. The Lan- 
sing branch of the L. S. & M. S. R. R. also 
passes through the place, by which route it 
is 22 miles north of Jonesvillc and 37 south 
of Lansing. Albion is in the eastern part of 
Calhoun county, in a 6ne agricultural region. 
Fruit and grain are the leading products 
marketed. The Kalamazoo river affords a 
good water power. The manufacturing in- 
terests of Albion embrace one extensive agri- 
cultural implement factory, which turns out 
2,500 plows, 1,000 sulky horse rakes and 



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600 cultivators per annum ; an extensive tan- 
nery, and several flouring mills. 

The college, under the control of the 
Methodist Episcopal denomination, is the 
predominating feature of the village. This 
institution is now on a much stronger foot- 
ing than formerly, having secured an endow- 
ment of $200,000. The college numbers 
about 200 students. Rev. Geo. B. Jocelyn, 
D. D., is president. 

There are five union school buildings and 
•ix churches in Albion, and it supports two 
wefekly newspapers, the Recorder (Republi- 
can), published by Hall, Thompson, & Co., 
who also publish the College Annalist ; and 
the ^irr^r (Democratic), published by L. 
W. Cole. There are two hotels, the Albion 
house and the Exchange hotel, and one 
bank, the National Exchange, capital $100,- 
000; surplus, $12,000; S. V. Irwin, presi- 
dent ; G. W. Davis, cashier. The village 
officers are : President, W. H. Brockway ; 
Treasurer, Frederick Hoaglin; Recorder, 
Seward Mahen. Population, 2,700. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Adams Barney, painter, Superior. 

Adams Frank, furniture, Erie. 

Albion House, V. L. Brown, prop., cor 

Michigan and Superior. 
Albion Mirror (weekly), L. W. Cole, editor 

and proprietor, Superior. 

Albion Recorder (weekly). Hall, 

Thompson & Co., Props ; J. M. Hall, Edi- 
tor, Superior. 

American Telegraph Co., Mrs. Anna Rem- 
mel, manager, Superior. 

Babcock Mrs. S. P., millinery, Superior. 

Babcock Wm. R., dentist, Superior. 

Bargaron John B.. boots and shoes, 58 Su- 
perior. 

Baskam Mrs. C. S., dress maker, 30 Supe- 
rior. 

Bennett, Knickerbocker & Co., flouring 
mills, Superior. 

Bidwell "Walter H., dry goods, 28 Superior. 

Bidwell & Wheelock, dry goods, Superior. 

Bills Mrs. John, millinery, Center. 

Bing Benjamin L., clothier, Superior. 

Bogue Charles B., produce, 16 Superior. 

Boyce Charles W., grocer, 61 Superior. 

Brockway L. Hamlin, crockery and glass 
ware, Superior. 

Brown A. R., physician. 

Brown Edward, tinner, Superior. 

Brown Vincent L., prop Albion House, cor 
Michigan and Superior, 

Bull Isaac, insurance. 45 Superior. 

Bunday George F., ary goods, 32 Superior, 

Carpenter Edward, boots and shoes, Supe- 
rior. 

Carr & Marsh, grocers, Superior. 

Clark, Clianejr Ij*, Wagon and Car- 
riage mnfr, Michigan ave. 



Clark Mrs. Ellen, hair goods, Superior. 
Clark Mrs. George P., millinery, 66 Sape 

rior. 
Cole Frank F., printer, Albion. 

Cole LAwrenee IVm Prop Albtoi 

Mirror, Superior. 
Collins Wm. W., physician, Eslow Block. 
Cosad & McGregor, planing mill, Superior. 
Coulson John T., tailor, Superior. 
Crosby Amos, physician. Superior. 
Culver A. M., lawyer, rorter. 
Daskam Charles S., boots and shoes, 49 Ss 

perior. 
Davis D. & Co., grocers, 60 Superior. 
Davis Roswell F., baker, 24 Superior. 
Edick Miss Anna M., millinery, 8 Porter. 
Exchange Hotel, L. S. Goodrich, prop., 

Michigan ave. 
Fitzgerald Sidney W., lawyer, Eslow Block. 
Fletcher & Bro., clothiers, 40 Superior. 
Ford James H., music dealer, 43 Superior. 
Foster Henry A., grocer, 30 Superior. 
Fox Wm. D, dry goods and agent America! 

Express, 59 Superior. 
Frost Robert J, boots and shoes, 47 Superior. 

Gale Manuflieturing Co.. Mnfrs 

of Agricultural Implements, O. C. Gal^ 
Pres.; J. Hyde, Monroe, Sec. and Treas., 
Superior. 

Gardner Augustus P., hardware. 57 Superior. 

Gardner JNelson II.9 Attorney and 
Counselor, 52 Superior. 

Goodenow Decatur H., dry goods, 26 Sa» 
perior. 

Goodrich Loran S., prop Exchange Hotel, 
Michigan ave. 

GkHMlyear Andrew, Patentee of the 
Earth and Manure Excavator, Center. [See 
adv.) 

Graves Edward L., photographer, Superior. 

Graves Phineas, postmaster. Porter. 

Haight Arthur M., physician, 45 Superior. 

Hall Jolin IK., Editor Albion Recor- 
der, Superior, 

Hazard & Graves, boots and shoes, 43 Su- 
perior. 

Holden Blanchard, saloon. Michigan ave. 

Hollingsworth E. W, & Co., hardware, ^ 
Superior. 

Hovey Horace M., physician. 

Howard €^eoi^e. Meat Market, n 
Superior. 

Howard John, saddle and harness maker, 
Superior. 

Huffman D. C, lawyer, Porter. 

Hurst Solomon, barber, Superior. 

Irwin Samuel V., president National Ex- 
change Bank, Superior. 

Jameson & Alley, grain dealers, 10 Superior. 

Johnson Van Ostrand, druggist, Superior. 

Jones Oliver D., dentist, 73 Superior. 

Kersten Herman O., Watch Maker 

and Jeweler, Porter. 



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Lambson Ira, H^erj, Superior. 

Lewis Evalin P., freight agent, Depot. 

linaberrj Alfred G , photographer, 47 Su- 
perior. 

Load RienzL lawyer, 52 Superior. 

Lown Mrs. Cordelia, millinery, Superior. 

Lown H. & Son, chewing gum mnfrs, Su- 
perior. 

McDonell Charles, barber, Superior. 

■oGee T. S. A Co., Furniture, 26 Su- 
perior. 

Maher George W., sash, doors and blinds, 
Superior. 

Metz Edward H., blacksmith, Ionia. 

Miller James L., insurance agent, Porter. 

■ottroe Jl« Hydey Sec. and Treasurer 
Gale Mnfg Co., Superior. 

Katt^Bal Exe1iang;e Bank, S. V. 

Inrin, Pres., G.W. Davis, Cash., Superior. 

NewcU Wm., P.. wagonmaker, Ionia. 

Otbom A Belknap, Physicians, 3 
Eric. 

Ottmar Frederick, Saddle and Har- 
ness Maker, Superior. 

Burdee & Hoaglin, billiard hall, 5 & 7 Porter. 

Qttinlan Edward, grocer, 56 Superior. 

Reed Reaben, saddle and harness maker, 
Saperior. 

Reed W. Taber, druggist and express agt., 
15 Superior. 



Remmel Mrs. Anna, manager American Tel- 
egraph Co., Superior. 

Riker & Son., boots and .<«hoes, 49 Superior* 

Schwer George, saloon, Erie. 

Sheldon dc Fanning:, Grocers and 
Tanners, also dealers in tin ware, Superior. 

ISheldon James W., banker and flouring 
millt 52 Superior. 

Smith Alfred K., physician, 47 Superior. 

Smith Richard W., restaurant, Michigan arc. 

Spencer Daniel, grocer, Superior. 

Steel Wm., watches and jewelry, 49 Supc 
rior. 

Stoddard John P., physician, Superior. 

Stone George W., dentist, 73 Superior. 

filwifl Thomas, Livery and Sale Stable, 
Michigan ave. 

The Annalist (semi-monthly), published by 
the Annalist Association of Albion College. 

Thomas dc Boyce* Meat Market, Su- 
perior. 

Thompson Robert, saloon, Superior. 

Tucker David, baker, Porter. 

Tuttle Mrs. S. M., millinery, Superior. 

Union Wind MUl €0., V. B. Cosad 

Manager, Superior. 

Van Wyck Cornelius, restaurant, Superior. 

Walker Charles H., dentist, 73 Superior. 

Watkins Mrs. Wm. H., dress maker, Supe- 
rior. 



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Weir Mrs. Anna, millinery, Superior. 
Williams & O'Donoughue, druggists and book 

sellers, 55 Superior. 
Williamson David E., barber, Superior. 
Williamson & Graves, wagon mnfrs, Michi* 

gan ave. 
Wood Orson B., ticket agent, Depot. 
Wright Josiah, blacksmith, Superior. 
Yeo Ellas, restaurant, Superior. 



AliOONA. 

A lumber village in Alcona county on the 
shore of Lake Huron, 9 miles north of Har- 
risville and 29 south of Alpena. Population 
about 400. Express, American and Mc- 
Clure's; Telegraph,Westcrn Union. Alcona 
is 200 miles north of Detroit and 85 miles 
northeast of Standish, on the J., L. & S. R. 
R., its nearest railroad station. £. R. Haynes, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Alger R. A. & Co., lumber dealers. 

Backus & Brother, general store. 

Carle Fred., hotel and planing mill. 

Carle W. F., general store. 

Farrand Wm., fisherman. 

GuUifer Thomas & Sons, saw mill. 

Haynes E. R., saw mill and express 

agent. 
Hill Wm., fisherman. 
Ives, Green & Co , saw mill. 
Johnson George J. , hotel proprietor. 

iones Henry, Cooper. 
icNally N., lumber dealer. 
Smith C. E., general store. 



ALEMBIO. 

A newly established postofEce in Chip- 
pewa township, Isabella county, about six 
miles southeast of Mt. Pleasant. St. Louis, 
15 miles westward is the nearest railroad 
point. Jonathan Foutch, postmaster. 

ALGANSEE. 

A postofEce in Branch county, 14 miles 
from Coldwater, the county seat, and 90 
miles from Detroit, 6^ due south of Quincy, 
and syi north of State Line, Ind. on the 
Ft. W.. J. & S. R. R. Settled in 1832. A. 
W. Thorp, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Williams, J. A., druggist and physician, 

ALGODON. 

A postofficc in Ionia county, 7^ milet 
louth of Saranac. There is no village. 



ALGONAO. 

A village of some 700 inhabitants, in C3« 
township, St. Clair county. It is situated 1 
the head of the St. Clair flats and is 17 mfU 
distant from the Grand Trunk railway a 
Baltimore station. Some li ttle manafactm 
of lumber is carried on at Algonac, but lOk 
all tile villages on the St. Clair river, it is 
dead place to what it once was. Td 
graph, Western Union ; Express, McClurrt 
F. C. Folkerts, postmaster. 

BUSINESS RIRECl'ORY. 

Allen Come, grocet. 

Barr R, J., principal Union school.' 

Buddington Mrs., grocer. 

Burke D. J., physiciaH. 

Currie Thomas, hotel proprietor. 

Fantes Henry, general store. 

Fish Wm., general store. 

Folkerts & Co., general store and sai 

mill. 
Gilbert & Currie, groceries and liquors. 
Harrow Mrs., milliner. 
Jackson Michael, hotel proprietor. 
Jamieson Rev. A., (Episcopal.) 
Jones D. G., agent McClure's express. 
Jones D. G. & Co., planing and shin^ 

mill. 
Kimball Chester, hotel proprietor. 
Moore H., butcher. 
Poole Charles, butcher. 
Poole C. L., grocer. 
Skinner C. H., builder. 
Slocum George D., physician. 
Smith Abram, saw mill. 
Sparrow Rev. P. L., (Methodist Episco 

pal.) 
Stewart A. P., lawyer. 
Stewart Charles, grocer. 
Stockburg C, baker. 
Thompson H. C, cabinet maker. 
Warren R. T. S., lawyer. 



ALICE. 

A discontinued post-office in Oceam 
county, 10 miles north of Montague and l\ 
south of Pentwater. 



ALLEGAN. 

The county seat of Allegan county, 1 
flourishing village of about 3,000 inhabitants, 
situated on the Kalamazoo river, in tl« 
south central part of the county. It is aj 
miles north of Kalamazoo and 30 south ci 
Grand Rapids. Two railroads pass througb 
Allegan, the Michigan Lake Shore R. R^ 
extending from Battle Creek to Musk^Bi 
and the Grand Rapids branch of the L. & 
& M. S. R. R. A third road is in processor 



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nnpletioo from Mansfield, O., to Allegan,' 
Hit Coldwater and Battle Creek. A steam- 

St plies on the Kalamazoo river between 
egiD and the lake, 
i The Tillage is situated mainly apon a pen- 
Ittiila form^ by a horse shoe bend of the 
lalamazoo river. It is surrounded by high 
iible lands extending back into the country 
tod having a productive soil. There are 
Kreral spacious business blocks, built of 
IIODe and brick and having fronts of good 
lljrleand finish. Ample accomodations are 
Ikus famished not only for merchandising 
nd other industrial pursuits, but for profes- 
Ronal offices. 

Allegan has eight churches, a libraiv asso- 
Bation, a flourishing union school, two 
levspapen, the T^ryf^ (Republican j, and 
Ike Democrat^ and two first-rate notels. 
The manufacturing interests embrace two or 
■ore each of saw mills, flouring mills, sash 
lid door factories, foundries and machine 
ihops, pump factories, carriage factories, 
cooper shops, breweries etc. A fall of eight 
■Mt in the river furnishes a splendid water 
power. 

The incorporated companies include the 

Slcgan Manufacturing company, capital 
S.0OO. James T. Ganson president, Wm. 
8. Crosby secretary, and H. B. Peck treas- 
Jrer; the Allegan Car Company, capital 
V»,ooo; J. Fisk president, B, D. Prich- 
«d secretary and treasurer; and the First 
J«ional Bank, capital $50,000, Benj. D. 
nichard president, George B. Robinson 
cashier. 

Holly water works, double machinery 
diiven by water power, supply the village 
^th water. 

Allegan was laid out in 1835 by the Bos- 
ton company, an eastern land company, who 
aprofed the water power, built a saw mill 
»d procured the settlement here of a num- 
J« of families. School houses, churches, 
■otels and manufactories sprang up, a bank 
*** established and everything was going 
OB swimmingly when the panic of 1 838 swept 
«e foundations from the speculative struc- 
^ and for years after it suffered from the 
■jck-set. Prosperity was again* assured by 
™« opening of the Kalamazoo and Grand 
**P«h railroad in i8d8. since which the 
pee has enjoyed a healthy growth in popn- 
«»n and business. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Ackifc Moses, barber, Brady. 

Adams Charles H, news dealer, Brady. 

Anell Cliarles, Photographer, Hub- 

^n Car Co, Joseph Fisk, pres ; B. D. 

nichard, sec and treas ; Depot. 
^^ail City Bank, H M Peck, 

^;HBPec\, Cash. 



Allegan County Democrat, (week. 

ly), M T Ryan Editor and Prop, 10 Lo- 
cust. 

Allegan House, H N Hopkins, prop, 
Brady. 

Allegan Journal, (weekly), Hender- 
son and Reid, Editors and Props, Locust. 
(See adv,) 

Allegan Mnfk €0, J T Ganson, 
Pres ; Wm S Crosby, Sec. 

Allen G. W. & Co., livery, Hubbard. 

Allett Frank H., Dentist, Hubbard. 

Ambler Joseph, woolen mill. Water. 

Amsden Edwin, physician. Locust. 

Arnold Dan. J., circuit judge. Court House. 

Babbitt John £., justice of the peace, 
Locust. 

Babbitt Lyman H, attorney, Locust. 

Bailey Jacob B., grocer. Locust. 

Barney Hiram, saloon, Hubbard. 

Batt Thomas, Barber, Hubbard. 

Bell Miss Jennie, dress maker. Locust. 

Bills W. H., physician, Hubbard. 

Born Engelbert B., carriage and wagon 
maker. Water. 

Bovee Seymour C, shoe maker. 

Bowler Joseph P., meat market, Brady. 

Cacer Charles S., saloon, Hubbard. 

Cady L. Z., baker and confectioner, Hub- 
bard. 

Calkins Almeron E., flouring mill. Hub* 
bard. 

Calkins Fred. M.. physician, Hubbard. 

Calkins H. W. ^ Co., founders and ma- 
chinists, Water. 

Campbell John, shoe maker, Brady. 

Caskey James, tanner. 

Chaddock J. W. & Co., hardware, Locust. 

Chaffee House. Mrs. N. H. Nicholson, prop, 
Brady. 

Chaffee Ira, saw mill, Water. 

Champion John B., boots and shoes, 
Brady. 

Church Darwin, pump manfacturer, Grand 
River. 

City Hotel H. D. McDuffee, prop, Brady. 

Clark Wilber F., billiard hall Brady. 

Coleman & Taylor, grocers, Hubbard. 

Colier Richard R., barber, Brady. 

Collins Ckester €., Mnfr of Collins' 
Medicines, Hubbard. (See adu,) 

Collins dc Co., Meat Market, Brady. 

Cook & Wright, wood workers. Water. 

Corwin & Pratt, grocers. 

Crane D. M. & Bro., druggists, Brady. 

Cronk & Wallace, blacksmiths, Water. 

Cummins Miss Lettie, hair goods, Hub- 
bard. 

Curtis Byron, Grocer, Locust. 

CurtiSS Si Jackson, Meat Market 
Hubbard. 

Dean & FoUett, insurance, I^ocust. 

De Lano & Co., grocers. Locust. 



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Devens & Griffis, saloon and restaurant, at 
L. S. & M. S. Depot. 

Dryden Samuel S., hardware, Locust. 

Dumont Henry, crockery, Locust. 

Dunning Harlan P., agent U. S. express, 
Locust. 

Dunning Henry M., druggist, Brady. 

Dunning & Sawyer, drugs, books and station- 
ery, Locust. 

Eager Benjamin, prop Exchange Hotel, 
Trowbridge. 

Ellinger Daniel, merchant tailor, Locusu 

EUinger George S., brewer^ Water. 

Ellinger John J., cooper, Water. 

Ely David, brewer. Chestnut. 

Exchange Hotel,B. Eager, prop.Trow bridge. 

First IVatfonal Bank, B. D. Prich- 

ard, Pres.; Geo. B. Robinson, Cash., Lo- 
cust. 

Fisk Charles W., prop omnibus line. 

FoUett J. D., saw and planing mill, at L. S. 
& M. S. Depot. 

Franks Henry, tailor. Locust. 

Fuller James E., dentist. Locust. 

Oardiner J. P. fir Co., Grocers, Brady. 

Geppert George, general store, Brady. 

Gero & Anderson, blacksmiths. Water. 

Gregory Henry A., saloon, Brady. 

Hall Rudd & Co., dry goods. Locust. 

Hardie Henry S., blacksmith. 

Hart James, agent L. S. & M. S. R. R., Dc- 
pot. 

Heller Jacob L., grocer, Brady. 

Henderson & Reid, editors and props of Alle- 
gan Journal, Locust. 

Hodges L. M. & Co., grocers, Hubbard. 

Hoffman Israel O., grocer. Hubbard. 

Hopkins Heman N., prop Allegan House, 
Brady. 

Huntley Wilson, groceries and provisions. 

Irving Honse^ Poyneer & Davis, props, 
Hubbard. 

Jenner T. C. & Bro., boots and shoes, Lo- 
cust. 

Johnson Mark P., dentist. Locust. 

Killian Joseph M., merchant tailor, Brady. 

King Wm., shoe maker, Brady. 

Kobn John B., Dealer in Pianos, Or> 
gans and Music, Hubbard. (See ad?'.) 

Leavenworth Edmund C, freight and ticket 
agent L S & M S R R, Depot. 

Lee Mrs J A, millinery, i Locust. 

liittlejolin Flavins J. Attorney and 
author of Legends of Michigan and the 
old N W, Locust. 

lilUleJolin dc Hart, Attorneys at Law, 
Allegan. 

iH^nsbnry G^eorge W, Iron Clad 

Photograph Gallery, Locust. 

Lonsbary Henry E, sewing machines. Lo- 
cust. 

Lowe George, flour and feed, at Depot. 

McConkle James J, physician, Locust. 



McDuffee Henry D. prop City Hotel, Brady* 
Manson Hiram S, postmaster, Brady. 
Marsii Hollister F Ir, Resd Estate 

and Insurance, Locust 
Mead Mrs Emma, dress maker, Locust. 
Mendel J M & Co, flouring mill. Water. 
Minier Miss Esther, dress maker. Locust. 
Miner Wm B, tobacco and cigars. 
Montague Lawrence, billiard saloom, Brady. 
Nathanson A & Co, dry goods, Locust. 
Nelfert Frank, Planing Mill. Water. 

{See adv.) 
Nicholson Mrs N H, prop Chaffee House, 

Brady. 
Norte Wm, agent Howe sewing machmes^ 

Brady. 
Northwestern Bible and Publishing Co, Ry- 
an & Watkins props, lo Locust. 
Oliver dc Co, Furniture Mnfrs, Water. 
Parker Thomaa J, Carriage and 

Wagon maker. Water. (See adv. ) 
Partridge Wm, blacksmith, Hubbard. 
Peck & Clark, boots and shoes, Hubbard- 
Peck H M & H B, bankers, Brady. 
Pennoek James M, Insurance, Brady, 
Pennock Mrs J M, millinery, Brady. 
Pierce Martin, saloon, Brady. 
Piper A Son, Dentist, Locust. 
Pond Samnel D., Dealer in Jewelry 

and Music, Locust. 
Pope dc Stuck, Attorneys at Law, cor 

Brady and Hubbard. 
Poyneer & Davis, props Irving House, Hub- 
bard. 
Preston Wm, livery, Brady. 
Prf chard 9ei^nif n D, Attorney and 

Counselor at Law, Locust. 
Pullen Wm W, grocer. 
Roberts E P, sewing machine agent. 
Rockwell James R, Architect and 

Builder, Locust. 
Rossman Wm, tobacco, wines and liquors, 

Brady. 
Ryan Martin T, Editor and Prop of 

Allegan County Democrat, lO Locust. 
Ryan & Watkins, props N W Bible and Pnb. 

lishing Co, lo Locust. 
Schuler Adam, produce dealer, Hubbard. 
Shellman George W, hats caps and furs, 

Brady. , 
Shermer Julius, shoe maker. Allegan. 
Sherwood Griswold & Co, dry goods, i Lo- 

cust. 

Sherwood & Patrick, furniture dealers, Lo- 
cust. 

Shumaker & Mens, carriage and wagon 
makers, Water. 

Silly Ansustns, Groceries and ProTis- 
ions. Locust. 

Sisson James M, mill wright, one mile w of 
village. 

Smith & Beverstock, pump mnfrs, Water 
Snedaker Joseph W, druggist, Hubbard. " 



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AND PUBLISHERS OP 



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AND DEALER IN 




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Musical Merchandise and Notions, 

IBTHVO HOV8E BLOCK, 

Old Instruments taken in exchange for new ones. Repairing anil cleaning 
of Pianos, and Organs done at moderate charges, and satisfaction guaranteed 
Persons desiring to purchase on monthly instalments can have the opportunity 
with me. 

Peckham's Healing Balsam. 

Cures Coughs, Colds, Throat Diseases, Bronchitis, Liver and Kidney Complaints, Burns, Frosted 
Limbs, Pains in Side and Back, Chronic Rhoumatism. Chilblains and Corns. 

aOLS"EN OIL. 

,This excellent Oil can be used both internally and externally as a liniment for Colds, Sore Throat, 
pain in the Stomach and Bowels, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, etc. 

O 

Japanese Cleansing Cream, 

For extracting grease from clothing, cleaning cloths, painted wood work, picture frames, removing 
fly spois with ease ; is excellent for shampooing, removing dandruff from the head, cleaning teetk, etc. 

C. C, COIililNS, AUefraa, Mich, 

T. J. PARKER, 

Manufacturer of all kinds of 

CARRIAaB 

AND 




Wagon Work, 



Shop on Water St., near Chaffee's Mills. 

ALLEGAN, - MICHIGAN. 



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SoQcBdine Leonard F, carpenter. Water. 

Sovenby James, meat market, Brady. 

tfohn k Vanderhook, saddle and harness 
mikers, Brady. 

St&rk, photographer. Locust. 

Hedoimn Edwin A, Marble Works. 

Stone Miss Lora F, manager W U Telegraph 
Co, Brady. 

Streetter Thomas, wines and liquors, Brady. 

Sttphio & Costain, produce dealers, Brady. 

Tagler Wm, hotel atLS&MSRR Depot. 

tfmnj Cluurles IV9 Mnsic Dealer, 
Habbard. 

Tkew Joseph, attorney. Locust. 

Thomas Henry F, physician, Hubbard. 

Todd Mrs M E, dress maker, Hubbard. 

Tomlinson Ogden, attorney, cor Hubbard 
aod Brady. 

Tonlinson i Heath, founders and machin- 
ists. Grand River. 

Tabah Charles F, stoves and tin ware, Trow- 
bridge. 

Voibnrgh Henry, watches and jewelry, Lo- 
cust. 

Vosbargh Mis S B, millinery. Locust. 

Vosbargh WUl W, bill poster. Locust. 

Ward Washington W, restaurant, Hubbard. 

Warner William W, Attorney, Locust. 

Washington John, barber, Brady. 

Way Alfred B, physician, Trowbridge. . 

Webster Lutts & Nlartin, meat market, Hub- 
bard. 

Welch Michael, saloon, L S & M S Depot. 

West Ufathaa B, Planing Mill and Sash 
Factory, Water. 

Weimore J H & Bro, flouring mill. Water. 

Wheelock Everett J, root b«er mnfr, Hub- 
bard. 

Whitmore Isaac N, marble works, Hubbard. 

Wilber k Fenn, attorneys. Locust. 

Williams Geoige W, harness maker, Brady. 

WiUiams James M, harness maker, Hubbard. 

WllUams dc Padsbam. Attorneys 
at Liw, cor Hubbard and Braay. 

Wihon Joseph K, physician, 1 Locust. 

Vork Robert J, saloon. Brady. 



ALLEN. 

A village in the west part of Hillsdale 
county, containing 700 people. It is a sta- 
tion on the Lake Shore and Michigan South- 
em railroad, nine miles west of Hillsdale. 
It is in the midst of a productive grain coun- 
try and manufactures staves, heading and 
grain cradles. Telegraph, Western Union; 
Express, United States. Andrew Winches- 
ter, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

AUer W H, station agent. 

Blglow A O, Hotel Proprietor. 

Brook B S, blacksmith. 

Burge William, tailor. 

Condra Thomas, blacksmith. 

Conklin J N, druggist. 

Darling Ewing, boot and shoemaker. 

Fellpuer Stephen, boot and shoemaker. 

Ford E J, wagon maker. 

Ford S W & Cory, wagon makers. 

Grimes R S, pliysician. 

Hill Daniel & Son, general store. 

Hill George, cooper. 

Hoffman Amos, cooper. 

Hoffman Moses, groceries. 

Howe A C, hardware. 

Prentiss Albert, builder. 

Remington C W, physician. 

Russell Wm & Co, butchers. 

Shaw E M, physician. 

Shepard W F, druggist. 

Shilp W H, hotel proprietor, 

Washburn John, blacksmith. 

Watkins L R, physician. 

Wineliester Andrew* General Store. 

Winchester C H, general store. 

Winchester & Parish, staves and headings. 



ALLEN OBEEK. 

A postoffice of Colfax township, in the 
northeast corner of Oceana county, 20 miles 
from Hart, the county seat. Ship to Pent- 



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MANUFACTURER OF 






WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES, 

KOULDINOS, FLOORINQ AND BEVELED SIDING, 

o 

Sawing, Planing, and General Jobbing in iLumber. 
OBm Mid MiU on the Biice, Alil^EO Alf , IIICH* 



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water, on the C. & M. L. S. R. R., 21 miles 
distant. C. Wood worth, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bean John, shingle mill. 

AT.T.TJnJ D AT.TC 

A postoffice on the stage route between 
Grand Rapids and Grand Haven and about 
the eenter of Ottawa county. It is 18 miles 
ea^t of Grand Haven and 7^ south of 
Coopers vilje, its nearest shipping station. 
The surrounding country is level and pro- 
duces grain, potatoes, butter, etc. Lumber 
and apples form the leading shipments. 
Populati. n, 250. Postmaster, James Scott. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Brown Frank J, carpenter. 

Comstock William, carpenter. 

Doolittle Rev Charles, (Congregationalist.) 

Luther & Badcock, saw mill. 

Reynolds Robert G, carpenter. 

Roberts Richard, saw mill. 

Scott James, general store. 

Selock Rev Josiah, (Methodist Episcopal.) 

Wells Arlington, blacksmith. 

Westfall Frederick, blacksmith. 

AT.T.TIYTON. 

A new and growing town on the Big 
Rapids Branch of the Chicago and Michi- 
gan Lake Shore Railroad. It is situated in 
Everett township in the central part of 
Newaygo county. White river, a mill stream, 
passes through the place. The surrounding 
country abounds in excellent pine timber. 
The first settlement was made in 1873. 
Present population 400. Distant from Mus- 
kegon 34 miles, and from Newaygo, the 
county seat, 12 miles. Telegraph, Western 
Union ; Express, American. C. N. Watson, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Allen & Ludington, saloon and restaurant. 

Alley J & Co. saw and shingle mill. 

Ambrose & Warren, painters. 

Angevine A H, flour and feed. 

Belding S E, hotel proprietor. 

Bracy & Clark, planing mill. 

Force H P, hotel proprietor. 

Gilbert John, shingle mill. 

Haight & Co, groceries and provisions. 

Hay John W, grocer and express agent. 

Hop{>er E D, boots, shoes and furniture. 

McDonald Thomas, saloon. 

Mann George W, saloon. 

Mull & Stevens, blacksmiths. 

Norton L E, physician. 

Shaw C N, restaurant. 

Smith Edward, station agent. 

Trask Dr R S, general store. 

Warren Horace, dry goods. 



ALLOUEZ. 

A postoffice* and mining village at the I4 
cation of the Allouez copper mine, on 
line between Houghton and Keweenai 
counties, about four miles north of Calam 



ALMA. 

A village of Gratiot county, lies on 
line between Pine River and Arcada t( 
ships. Good water power is afforded 
Pine river, It is situated in a good Inml 
and grain producing region. Shipments 
woolen goods, lumber and shingles. Di: 
tant from Ithaca, the county seat 9 mil< 
and 2)4 from St. Louis, the terminus of 
Saginaw Valley and St. Louis Rail 
Telegraph, Western Union ; Express, Amei 
ican. Population 8cx>. A. Yerington, post 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Alma Manufacturing Co (Pierce Hall 9i\ 

Wood), lumber and shingles. / 
Alma Woolen Mills Co. 
Anderson S F, builder. 
Andrews A, lawyer. 
Andrews J S, lawyer. 
Backus William, blacksmith. 
Bahlkey George, brewer. 
Bam borough T, justice of the peace. 
Brubaker Mrs, milliner and dressmaker. 
Cuvrell D, mason. 
Day S J, livery and sale stable. 
Delavan H A & Co, general store. 
Downie ۥ lieitch. Physician. 
Ellison B W, grocer. 
Falkner Wm G, coal, lime and salt. 
Fink Simon^LiquorSfTobacco and Cigars 
French H W, blacksmith. 
Gargett James (Alma Woolen Mill C<x) 
Gargett Mrs Louisa, prop Empire flouring 

mills. 
Herverlo H B, grocer. 
Hicks John, meat market. 
Holliday E R, physician. 
Holliday Rev Henry, (Congregationalist.) 
Hopkins Smith G, Propr Hopkins 

House. 
Hulbert Horace B, propr Hulbert House and 

real estate agent. 
Inman Wm H, dry goods. 
Jennings George W, planing mill. 
Leach D, boots and shoes. 
Miller Jacob H, (Alma Woolen Mill Co.) 
Montisel Jolin M, Foundry. 
Moyer Ellen F, saloon. 
Palmer Francis, lawyer. 
Peck S W, harness maker. 
Pierce Hall & Ward, saw mill. 
Pollasky M, general store and lumber. 
Scofield' F M, groceries and boots and shoes. 
Spicer Oeorg^e Ja^ Blacksmith, Wagon 

Maker and Meat Market. 



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TiDn Qiarles, wholesale liquors. 

Imby E P9 Organs, Pianos and Sewing 

Machines. 

Isby T F9 Furniture Dealer and Un- 

dertiker. 

['•bey C Mf Lawyer and Justice of the 

Peace. 
Tremper A, builder. 
Ward G S, hardware and lumber. 
Weaver & Dean, painters and decorators. 
Webb F, physician. 
Whitbeck R, mason. 
Yeringtotf A, druggist aud bookseller. 



ALMENA. 

A small village in a township of the same 
aane, in ihe southwest part of Van Buren 
coanty. The manufactories include one 
floontig mill, one sash factory and one straw 
board manufactory. Distances, from Paw 
Pav, the county seat, six miles, and from 
Mittawan, on the Michigan Central Rail- 
road, five miles. Population, 100. W. R. 
Cotter, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Brewer L, saw mill. 

Cotter W R, grocer. 

risk S W, flouring mill. 

Fosdick, physician. 

Mason D, blacksmith. 

Soloman J J. physician. 

Staton R, wagon maker. 

Welch C, general store. 

Wi^ W, paper mill and sash factory. 

ATiMTRA. 

A postoffice in Almira township, Benzie 
county, 14 miles from Traverse City and 16 
from Frankfort. Ship goods via Traverse 
City. Platte river at this point affords water 
power and there are here one saw and one 
fpf>i mill. Hay, potatoes and maple sugar 
are shipped away. Population of township 
3S0- Elibu Linkletter, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRKCTORY. 

Fuller George, hotel proprietor. 
Hoxi€ William, general store. 
Linkleiter Rev E, (Congregationalist.) 
Ransom Elijah L, lumber and flouring 

mills. 
Valleaa George, blacksmith. 

AT. MONT. 

A thriving village of 1,000 inhabitants, in 
Jhe southeastern part of Lapeer county. It 
K the center of a rich farming region but has 
l«eii left out in the cold by the railroad pro- 
J«ois, the Port Hnron and Chicago R. R. 
pusing 10 miles north and the Michigan Air 
1^9iomh. Imlay is the nearest station 
^ the former and Romeo on the latter, 
l^cipal shipments, wheat and wool. The 



village contains two hotels, two churches 
(Congregational and Methodist), a foundry, 
a flouring mill, a sash, door and blind facto- 
ry, a number of stores, and prospectively 
a national bank. A. V. Amerman, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Baker Steven K, boots and shoes, Main. 
Bates South, livery stable. Main. 
Black Osborn D, tailor, Main. 
Briggs James W, jeweler. Main. 
Burrows James, blacksmith, Stt Clair. 
Burrows Miss Temperance, dress maker, 

Main. 
Cherryman Mrs Betsey B. fancy goods. Main. 
Colerick & Johnson (Wm Colerick, Lee D 

Johnson), general store. Main. 
Compton Wm, cigar mnfr, Main. 
Corey E W, lawyer, Main. 
Corlas A S, wagon maker, Bristol. 
Coykendall Emanuel, prop Exchange Hotel, 

Main. 
Grossman Mrs A, dress maker. Main. 
Currier H A & Bro (Henry A & Fred P Jr), 

founders and machinists, Main. 
Donaldson Daniel, billard hall, Main. 
Exchange House, Emanuel Coykendall prop, 

Main. 
Emmons & Lippincott (Brazilla R Emmons, 

Henry Lippincott), meat market and gen- 
eral produce, Main. 
Farnum Ruftlli K, Flouring Mills, 

Sash, Door and Blind Factory, Main. 
Farquharson & Taylor (Robert Farquhar- 

son and Wallace William Taylor), general 

store. 
Fatin A E & Son (Anthony E & Charles A) 

druggists and stationers, Main 
Ferguson C & Son (Charles & Charles R), 

bankers, Main. 
Ferguson & Co., hardware, Main. 
Gage Rev, (Methodist Episcopal.) 
Gould & Morgon, (Frank Gould, William 

Morgan), livery, St. Clair. 
Harrington James, prop National House, 

Main. 
Harris John N, general store, Main. 
Hibbler George G, furniture, Main. 
Hough Theron E, general store, Main. 
Ingalls & Leete (Orson Ingalls, Clarence P. 

Leete), hardware, Main. 
Jenkins Wm, barber, Main. 
Johnston Benjamin F, undertaker and fur- 
niture mnfr. Main. 
Kittendye Abraham, grocery, Main. 
Killich Henry, blacksmith, Main. 
LeBaron James W, pump maker, Bristol. 
Tjee Robert £• Blacksmith, Bristol. 
McEntee A & E S (Amazia & Edward S), 

fanning mill manufacturers. 
McEntee Edward S, township treasurer, 

liain. 



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McEntee Patrick H, crockery, Main. 
McGeorge Frank E, meat market, Main. 
McGregor Mrs Alexander, confectioner and 

resturant, Main. 
Matson George, photo^apher, Main. 
Matieson Hiram C, grocer, .Main. 
Metcalf Ralph, blacksmith, South. 
Moore M T, physician, Main. 
Murdock John, boot and shoe maker, Main. 
National House, James Harrington prop, 

Main. 
Nelson James, saloon, Main. 
Ovens W & J (William & James), general 

store. 
Paton Rev John (Advent). 
Rattray John, justice of the peace, Main. 
Richards James, blacksmith, Bristol. 
Savigny Mrs £ J, millinery and dress mak- 
ing. Main. 
Simons Joseph, carriage maker, Main. 
Smith George, dentist, Main. 
Smith Hiram, tailor, Main. 
Stone Addison R, physician. Main. 
Sullivan, Green & Co (John Sullivan, John 

Geeen, Richard A. Killgower) carriage 

manufacturers. Main. 
Taylor R L & T C (Robert L & Thomas C), 

lawyers, Main. 
Thurston James O, Drugs, Groceries, 

Books, Stationery and News Depot, Main. 
Traver N H, physician, St Clair. 
Walton Edwin J, dentist, Main. 
Washer Dr M, harness and boots and shoes, 

Main. 
Whitehead Wm H, saloon, Main. 
Williams Rev H R (Congregationalist). 

ALPENA. 

The seat of justice for Alpena county, is 
situated on Thunder Bay, at the mouth of 
Thunder Bay River. Ic is an important lum- 
bering point and enjoys a trade with all the 
lower lake ports. At least $100,000 is in- 
vested in the Alpena fisheries. An excel- 
lent mineral spring exists here and is much 
resorted 10 by invalids. Regular lines of 
steamboats connect Alpena with Detroit and 
Bay City. Distances, to Detroit 230 miles, 
to Stand ish, on the Jackson, Lansing and 
Saginaw Railroad, 100 miles. During the 
winter season, while navigation on the 
lake is suspended, shipments are made via 
Standish, Telegraph, Western Union ; Ex- 
press, Holt's. Population, 4,000. Wm. D. 
Hitchcock, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Aber & Richardson, furniture. 
Allen Rev A B, (Congregationalist). 
Ambrose J D, painter. 
Anspach A, general merchandise. 
Avery, Richardson & Co, saw mill. 
Bewick, Comstock & Co, saw mill. 



Biewend Edward, druggist. 

Bingham, Johnston & Co, sash doon and: 

blinds. 
Bolton & McRae,grocers. 
Bostwick J T, druggist. 
Bradford G D, meat market. 
Burmister Rev W, (Lutheran). 
Burnham V C, lawyer. 
Cain W C, photographer. 
Campbell A & Co, saw mill. 

Campbell A Poccer, Saw Mill. 

Case S, fish dealer. 

Comstock A W. cashier Alpena Bank. 

Creager & Davis, grocers. 

Creighton J W, lx>ots and shoes. 

Crippen D, foundry. 

Crowell 8c Godfrey, boots and shoes. 

Davis G H & Co, dry goods. 

Davis J M, painter. 

Ezekiel J W, auctioneer. 

Field J E, druggist. 

Fletcher A F, railroad agent. 

Fletcher A F & Co, saw mill. 

Folkerts & Butterfield, saw mill and general 

store. 
Gebhart & Thompson, planing mill. 
Gilchrist F W, saw mill. 
Gillett J & Co, grocers. 
GoUing Charles, painter. 
Goodrich F S, jeweler. 
Hawkins George, lumber inspector. 
Healy J P, grocer. 
Higgins Rev T C, (Methodist). 
Hilliard Churchill & Co, saw mill. 
Holmes J D, lawyer. 
Hueber C, meat market. 
If Ull E, Propr Collins House. 
Hunt T H, lumber inspector. 
Jeyte A, physician. 
Johnson W H, express agent. 
Kelly R J, lawyer. 
Knight Z M, merchant tailor. 
Lalonde T, boots and shoes. 
Levyn J, cigar mnfr. 
Lincoln D, fish dealer. 

liOOinIS A Boon, Props Fletcher House. 
Luce T & Co, saw mill. 
McCartney M, insurance agent. 
McDonald J D, fish dealer. 
McDonald Bros, fish dealers. 
McMaster William, harness maker. 
McTavish James, physician. 
Maiden W P, physician. 
Malsh E, dry goo ds. 
Maltas Oeo Lt A Co, Bankers. 
Mason, Luce & Co, general store. 
Masters George, baker. 
Mather O, lumber inspector. 
Minor J S, saw mill. 
Monaghan J, grocer. 
Myers J, general store. 
Persons A C, fish dealer. 
Post & Buker, butchers. 



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Potrin J, propr Alpena House. 
Potter & Bro, hardware. 
Prentiss Bros Sl Beekman, lumber. 
Probst Rev C, (Lutheran). 
Warner Purdy & Co, general store. 
Rafter Rev W W, (Episcopal.) 
Rodman r>, dry goods. 
Rosenthal & Co, dry goods. 
Rush Rev M P, (Norwegian Church). 
Seaman A L, physician. 
Shelton George H, physician. 
Stevens J H • law and abstract ofl&ce. 
Teflt A €)• Editor Pioneer. 
Turnbull J l3, lawyer. 

Vangennip Rev J, (Catholic) 

Viall J C, <?ditoT Argus. 

Whitileshofer H H, news dealer. 

Wilkinson A, physician. 

Yoong B R, saw mill. 

Zohn H & Co, cigar mnfrs. 

ALPINE. 

A village of 400 inhabitants on the G. R., 
jf . ft L. S. R- R.> 7}i miles north of Grand 
Rapidsl It is in Alpine township, Kent 
county.' It has a saw mill, a grist mill, and 
two general stores. Express, American. 
Postmaster, A- H. Hills. Grain and apples 
are the chief products of the vicinity. Mill 
Creek fnmishes water power. 

BtJSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Hills A H, postmaster, station and express 

agent and general store. 
Mead S I>, blacksmith. 
Niehaus H, cigar mnfr. 
Resch Charles, hotel proprietor. 
Rice R, saw and shingle mill. 

Shearer A J, general store. 

Vinton Porter, flouring mill. 

Wrightman H C, hotel proprietor. 

ALTO. 

j^ postoffice, in the southeastern part of 
Kent county and on the Little Thornapple 
river 20 miles from Grand Rapids and eight 
from' Ixjwcll. (For business directory see 
i^^cii to names received too late for insertion 
in proper place.) 

ALTON. 

A po»tofl&ce in Vcrgennes township, Kent 
coimty, seven viiles north of Lowell. It is 
in the midst of a good grain and fruit coun- 
try and enjoys good water privileges, being 
located on Wood's creek. Population of the 
township 1,150. Ship vw Lowell. Express, 
American. Postmaster, Chester Church. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Barber Rev L M, (Christian). 
Covert John L, justice of the peace. 
Cowden R, blacksmith. 
Ferris & Woodworth, general store. 



Flanagan J, drover. 

Ford A S, architect and builder. 

Gable Jacob, cooper. 

GoodeA & Dawson, flouring mill. 

McGee B, drover. 

Meddler, agent American Express. 

Miller E C, boot and shoe maker. 

Ring Edmund, carriage factory and saw mill. 

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ALTONA. 

A small village in the township of Hinton, 
Mecosta county, 18 miles southwest from 
Big Rapids. Its principal trade is in lum- 
ber and shingles. Morley, 10 miles distant, 
is the nearest railway station. Population, 
80. Altona is located on the Little Muske- 
gon river. W. W. Streeter, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bisbee J, boot and shoe maker. 
Brown Harrison J, flouring mill. 
Egbert William, saw mill. 
Judd William, general store. 
Lazier J L, physician and dentist. 
Loase C G, general store. 
Streeter W W, blacksmith. 
Vorce H B, shingles. 
Willett William, builder. 

ALVERSON. 

A postofiice in the northern part of Ing- 
ham county, thirteen miles east of Lansing. 
Wheat and fruit are the leading products. 
WiUiamston, on the D. L. & L. M. R. R. is 
is the nearest railway station. Philip D. 
Barry, postmaster. (For Business Directory 
see index to names received too late for in- 
sertion in proper place.) 

AMADOBE. 

A postoffice in the southeast comer of 
Sanilac county, Worth township, three miles 
from Stevens' Landing, on the lake shore, 
and twenty-one above Port Huron. Popula- 
tion 50. A. Galbraith, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Galbraith John, general store and physician. 

Jlpvnolds J, hotel proprietor. 

Rice R M, general store and saloon. 

AMBER. 

A small village of 50 inhabitants, in Mason 
county, seven miles from Lincoln, the county 
seat. It is also a station on the F. & P. M. R. 
R, seven miles east of Ludington. Wooden 
Bowls are manufactured. Hemlock bark, 
cedar posts and potatoes are shipped. 
Chancy W. Rickerd, postmaster. 
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Clay C B, mnfr of wooden bowls. 
Cobb A L, saw mill. 
Fairbanks W F, general store. 



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Jones C W, lawyer. 

Knox E A, hotel proprietor. 

Knox O, physician. 

Leach J, wagon maker. 

Rickerd Chancy W, blacksmith. 

AMBOY. 

A postoffice in the southern part of Hills- 
dale county, x6 miles south of Hillsdale. 
There is no village, the inhabitants doing 
their trading at Pioneer, a village across the 
line in Ohio. 



AMSDEN. 

i A settlement in Fair Plains township, 
Montcalm county. The manufacture of lum- 
ber is the principal business interest. Dis- 
tance from Stanton, the county town, ten 
miles, and from Fenwick, on the Stanton 
Branch of the D L & L M R R, four 
miles. Population, lOO. J. P. Shoemaker, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Avery & Carter, shingle mill. 

Baker A C, saw and shingle mill. 

Barnes Mrs C M, physician. 

Boitler John, blacksmith. 

Dicker^on M, wagon maker. 

Macomber J A, blacksmith. 

Millard & Bishop, saw mill. 

Moon James H, physician. 

Myers H, hotel proprietor. 

Packer S J, saw mill. 

Shoemaker J P, saw, shingle and grist mill 

and general store. 
Shoemaker T J, blacksmith and wagon maker. 
Soules £ H, shingle mill- 
Vanwyck R, foreman. 

ANN ARBOR. 

The county seat of Washtenaw county and 
the seat of the University of Michigan, a 
city of 6,692 inhabitants, located on the 
banks of the Huron river, 38 miles west of 
Detroit. It is situated a little east of the 
geographical centre of the county and is an 
important station on the Michigan Central 
railroad, at present its only railroad outlet. 
The population of Ann Arbor, according to 
the census of 1874, shows an apparent de- 
cline of 671 souls, but this is believed to in- 
dicate merely the inefficient and much less 
thorough manner in which the State census 
is taken than the United States. The cen- 
sus of 1870 gave the city 7,363 inhabitants, 
and it claims a population now of about 
8,000, though the census of 1874 gave it but 
6,692 as stated above. 

With its oak openings, rich gravelly soil, 
the beautiful undulating character of the 
surrounding country, and with the Huron 



river gently flowing along its border, bo 
finer location could have been selected ia 
the State for its great university. Established 
here in an early day, it has, by a carefiil 
management of its resources, grown to ma^ 
nificent proportions, acknowledging no su- 
perior and few rivals on the American con* 
tinent. 

While speaking of the educational inter- 
ests of Ann Arbor, the uppermost thought of 
its citizens, it may not be out of place to sty 
that its union school acknowledges no rival 
in the State. It has a beautiful location 00 
State street, only one block north of the 
university grounds. No other school in the 
country sends so many of its students into 
the various departments of the university. 
With five excellent ward schools as stepping 
stones, culminating finally in the chissical, 
scientific and professional departments of 
the university, Ann Arbor could ask no 
more in the way of educational advantages. 

Notwithstanding that the uppermost 
thought in the minds of the people of Ann 
Arbor is education, manufacturing interests 
are very far from having been neglected. An 
examination of its business interests reveals 
the fact that it is also a first-class manu&o* 
turing town. Among its principal ente^ 
prises we find the large agricultural imple* 
ment works and foundry of Finnegan, How- 
ard & Moore, and a similar institution, 
though on a smaller scale, of Moses Rogen^ 
the foundry and machine shops of Tripp, 
Ails & Price, and of Sanford &. Carpenter, 
the planing mills and sash works of the 
Luick Bros., of John G. Miller, of J Keck 
&* Co, (who also manufacture furniture), 
and that of W. L. Noble, the large flonrii^ 
mill of J. M. Swift & Co, and Swathel, Aili 
& Co., of J. T. Hallock and of John Strat- 
ford ; and in fact every branch of manufac- 
turing usually found in cities of this size is 
represented here. 

Aside from the manufacturing interests an 
eye to the production of the beautiful has 
been given in the establishment of the largest 
flower garden outside of Detroit, by James 
Toms. It is located on Miller avenue, and 
is a great ornament to the city. 

Ann Arbor has shown enterprise also in 
the establishment of gas works, but a lamen- 
table want of enterprise in not making better 
provision for the protection of the city from 
the ravages of fire. Two or three ordinary 
hand engines, with reservoirs that in a dry 
time are easily exhausted, constitute the en- 
tire protection the people have. The Holly 
water works or artesian wells and steam fins 
engines are sadly needed. 

Like many other towns in Michigan, Ann 
Arbor is not without its fountain of healtb 
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are aid to be highly impregnated with iron, 
nlpbor, magnesia and other minerals. The 
proprietors, Messrs. Sutherland, Whedon & 
Co^ hare erected first class accomodations 
for those seeking relief from the ills of life. 

The grounds of the Washtenaw county 
a£ncaltural society, with fine buildings 
erected thereon, are within the city limits. 

Not only can Ann Arbor justly boast of its 
schools, but it can also boast of its churches. 
The entire church properly of the city is es- 
tiniated at, at least, a quarter of a million 
dollars. The finest of these are the metho • 
dist, episcopal and presbyter ian. The con- 
pegationalists are building a very fine house 
immediately in front of the university. The 
haptists, catholics, unitarians, lutherans, 
Geimao methodists, colored methodists, each 
ha?e good edifices, but of somewhat more 
Bodest proportions. 

Of secret and other societies there is cer- 
tainly a goodly number. Of the masons we 
oonnt four, two subordinate, one chapter and 
ooe oommandery; three odd fellows, two 
sabordinate and one encampment; a good 
templar's lodge, a German laboring man's as- 
sociation, and a turn-verein ; also a young 
men's christian association and a ladies' 
bbrary association, with 2,000 volumes in 
their library. 

The press of the city consists of the Pen- 
tnsular Cauritr^ published and edited by R. A. 
Beak, and the Ann Arbor Argus^ published 
and edited by Carr & Goulet. 

Ana Arbor has two chartered banks, the 
First National, capital $150,000, and the 
Ana Arbor Savings Bank, capital $50,000. 
Telegraphic facilities are afforded by the 
Western Union, the Atlantic & Pacific and 
the American lines. The American express 
company transact the express business. Post- 
master, Charles G. Clark. 

The Huron river furnishes a fine water 
pover utilized in the driving of three of the 
first mills mentioned above and other manu- 
^ctories. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Alber Frederick, carriage maker, Broadway. 
Albrecht J George, baker, Pontiac. 
Alkby Wm, boots and shoes, 16 S Main. 
Ames Albeit W, agt American Express, 6 £ 
Hvon. 

kmm Arbor Business Colle^^e, C 

£ Pond Principal, cor Main and Washing- 
ton. (See adv) 
Ana Arbor Conner (weekly), R A Beal edi- 
tor and proprietor, 41 and 43 N Main. 

Au Arbor SaTlngs Bank, R S 

Smith Pres, C £ Hiscock Cash, cor Main 
and Huron. 
AageU James B, Pres Michigan University, 
uBivcnity Boildings. 



Arksey Nicholas, wagon maker, Detroit. 

Arnold Wm, watches and jewelry, W Lib- 
erty. 

Axtell Samuel, livery stable. Huron. 

Backus Cyrus, physician, cor Ann and Fourth. 

Bach & Abel, dry goods, 26 S Main. 

Baudinot £award C, Singer sewing ma- 
chines, Huron. 

Beahan Richard, lawyer, N Main. 

Beakes Hiram J, Attorney and Coun- 
selor at Law, N Main. 

Beal Rice A, editor Ann Arbor Courier, 41 
and 43 N Main. 

Bell Andrew, grocer, 2 £ Washington. 

Beck I W A CO, Brewers, cor Fifth 
and Summit. {See adv.) 

Bennan Patrick, shoe maker. Fourth. 

Berry & Phinney, hair goods, N Main. 

Besimer & Bro. billiard hall, W Huron. 

Binder Charles, saloon, 6 W Liberty. 

Binder Henry, saloon, 51 S Main. 

Binder Jacob, meat market, 8 W Liberty. 

Bischoff Gottlieb F, saloon, Detroit. 

Bliss Daniel W, physician, 22 Williams. 

Bliss Wm W, furnishing goods, 3 S Main. 

Bliss C & Sons, watches and jewelry, 1 1 S 
Main. 

Blood Edmond, variety store, 27 S Main. 

Bodwcll Alrick M, furniture mnfr. Fourth. 

Boyd James, merchant tailor, 8 E Huron. 

Boy Ian Charles, auction and commission, 19 
S Main. 

Brodbeck Michael, shoe maker, E Liberty. 

Bross Jacob F, wagon maker, 67 8 Main. 

Brown Michael, wagon maker, 4 E Liberty. 

Bull George, clothing, 33 S Main. 

Burkhardt John C, harness maker, Ann. 

Campbell & Eberhardt, billiards, 10 N Main, 

Campion Michael, tailor, 63 S Main, 

Carpenter Ezra, confectionery and tobacco, 
£ Huron. 

Carr Wm C, dentist, 26 S Main. 

Carr & Goulet, editors and props Michigan 
Argus, cor Main and Huron. 

Chapin Charles A, blacksmith. Fourth. 

Chapin Fred S, tin ware, Broadway. 

Cheever Noah W, attorney and judge of 
probate, Court House. 

Christmann Paul, stoves and tin ware, 38 S 
Main. 

Clair John, saloon, Ann. 

Clancy John, general store, 4 E Huron. 

Clark Charles G, postmaster, postoffice. 

Clark Edward, justice of the peace, 8 £ 
Huron. 

Clark Wm A, grocer, 34 E Huron. 

Clark & Cropsey, grocers, 39 S Main. 

darken George, grocer, Ann. 

darken Thomas, cigar mnfr, Huron. 

Cliflf Amil, saloon, E Washington. 

Colby Lewis, grocer, 29 S Main. 

Cole & Thomas, grocers, 30 E Huron. 

Colman Chas D, lawyer, McMahon's Block. 



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Cooks' Hotel, cor Huron and First. 
Cooiey Thomas M, justice of supreme court, 

University. 
Coyle Luke, general store, Ann. 
Craine Alfred 6, harness maker, 5 N Main. 
Craine Mrs Adda, millinery, 11 N Main. 

Cramer Densmore* Attorney and 

Counselor at Law, cor Huron and Main. 
Deahl Mrs Margaret, hotel, Detroit. 
Dean & Co, groceries, 44 S Main. 
Delaney & Hill, wagon makers, N Main. 
Donnelly J & P, groceries, 11 Huron. ' 
Donovan Patrick, general store, Broadway. 
Doty Alonzo M, boots and shoes, Broadway. 
Douglass Silas H, physician, E Huron. 
Drake Nathan H, restaurant, 20 E Huron. 
Duffy Edward, general store, cor Main and 

Ann. 
Dunster Edward S, physician, Division. 
Earl Thomas, grocer, 9 N Main. 
Easton Mrs E, dress maker, S Main. 
Eberbach & Co, druggists, 12 S Main. 
Eisele Anton, marble works, cor Detroit and 

Catharine. 
Exinger Wm, grocer, Detroit. 
Fairchild Stephen, county treasurer, Court 

House. 
Fan tie Charles, dry goods, 41 S Main. 
Felner Oeorg^e, Boot and Shoe Mnfr, i 

E "Washington. 
Felch Alpheus, lawyer, 6 N State. 
Field & Hunt, plumbers, 6 S Main. 
Finnegan, Howard & Moore, agricultural 

implement mnfrs, cor Detroit and Fourth. 

First National Bank, E Wells, 

Pres ; J W Knight, Cashier, 22 S Main. 

Fisher & Keating, primers, 5 Broadway. 

FIske A Douglas, Books and Station- 
ery, 3 N Main. 

Fleming Michael, sheriff. Court House. 

Ford Corydon L, physician, Washtenaw Ave. 

Foster John J, shoe maker, E Huron. 

Fraaeer d: Hamilton* Attorneys and 

Counselors at Law, cor Main and Huron. 

Frothingham George E, physician, 32 Wash- 
ington. 

Frueauff Eugene K, commissionor of deeds 
for Penn, N Main. 

Gall John G, meat market, cor Fourth and 
Huron. 

Ganson Mrs J A, dress maker, S Main. 

Gates Charles B, lawyer, 16 E Huron. 

George Conrad, physician, E Washington. 

Gerner John, grocer, 49 S Main. 

Gerrish F H; physician, Ann. 

Gerstner Louis, baker, 3 Detroit. 

Gilbert George A, merchant tailor, 13 Huron. 

Goetz John £ Co, grocers, 47 S Main. 

Goodrich Cornelius D, tin smith, Ann. 

Oott 'James B, Attorney and Counselor 
at Law, cor Main and Huron. 

C(ott Jolin N« Attorney and Counselor at 
Law, 16 E Huron. 



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Gould John M, grocer, 5 Ann. 
Graf Fred, jewelry, 6 N Main. 
Grandille George, druggist, 5 S Main. 
Graves Mrs Hannah, dress maker, 17 I 
Main. 

Gregory Alonso A, propr Gregoi| 

House, cor Main and Huron. 
Gregory John V N, livery, cor Horon as 

Second. 
Oresory House, A A Gregory prop 

cor Main & Huron. 
Groves Deloss P, photographer, N Fourtli. 
Gruner Leonhard, boots and shoes, 8 S Mail 
Gwinner Albert, restaurant. 4 Detroit. 
Gwinner Gottlieb, meat market, 16 Wisl 

ington. 
Gwinner Jacob, saloon, E Washington. 
Harrer John, photographer, cor Main am 

Liberty. 
Hahnely & Witbrecht,blacksmiths,E Ubertf 
Hale & Tremain, druggists and insurance, 1 

S Main. 
Haller Jacob, jewelry, 22 E Huron. 
Hall Augustus R, grocer, 23 N Main. 
Handy, Wurster & McLean, wagon nuJcen 

25 Fourth. 
Hangsterfer & Son, cigars etc, 32 S Main. 
Harriman Wm D, lawyer, 15 S Main. 
Haupt John, wagon maker, S Second. 
Haviland & Rhodes, blacksmiths. Wall. 
) [awk Wm W, hotel, cor Huron and Fint 
Hawkins Olney, Attorney at Law, 

Court House. 
Heartley George W, blacksmith, Fourth. 
Heinrich John D, saloon, Fourth. 
Heinzmann J & Son, tanners, leather ad 

findings, 36 S Main. 
Henderson Joseph, blacksmith, Fourth. 
Hendrickson Samuel, grocer, State. 
Henion & Sumner, hats and caps, 5 E Ht 

ron. 
Herz August, grocer and hardware, Broad 

way. 
Herz Wm,painter, 6 W Washington. 
Hoffsetetter Jacob, grocer, 34 S Main. 
Hofl&tetter John G, grocer, 29 E Washiaf 

ton. 
Hunt John W. hardware, 6 S Main. 
Huss George, boots and shoes, 10 W Liberty 
Imus Jasper, produce, W Huron. 
Jackson Walter H, dentist, 2 S Main. 
Jacobs Joe T & Co, clothing, 24 S Main. 
Jedele Martin, boots and shoes, W Wasbf 

ington. 
Johnson Ellas J, hats and caps, 7 S Main. 
Johnson Harrington, barber, 8 N Main. 
Keck J & Co, furniture, 52 S Main. 
Keenan John, millinery, N Main. 
Kellogg Daniel 6, medical works, 5 Broad 

way. 
Kerns Richard, horse shoer, Catharine. 
Kettner John, saloon^ 22 E Washington. 
King Charles^ gunsmith, £ Liberty. 



ANN AND BU8ll9t&^ DtUCtORV. AHU $7 

Atrar ARBOR CIT? lOLLB. 

SWATHEL, AILES & KYER, Proprietors, 

Manufticturert of 

Sapoiior Fasdly aad Baksn' Flow, 

And Dealers in 

Feed and All Kinds of Q-rain. 



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N. B. We Ghiarantee the Quality of our Flour Equal to any 

Manuf£U)tured in this State. 

CENTRAL BREWERY, 

J. F. BECK & CO., Proprietors. 



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This Brewery has just been refitted and renovated and we have engaged a 





Of many years experience, and we are now prepared to furnish 











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Brewery and Office Cor. FIFTH and SUMMIT Streets, 



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King Zina P, lawyer, 13 S Main. 
Klnne £dward. Attorney at Law, 

cor Fourth and Huron. 
Kirn Fred, brewer, W Fourth. 
Kittle Abram, grocer, Broadway. 
Kitson <^harles, saloon, N Main. 
Krapp Conrad, carpenter, 24 E Washington. 
Krause Henry, tanner 48 S Main. 
Knowlton E J, bath mnfr, State. 
Koch John J, saloon. E Washington. 
Larmie Jacob, knitting works, Broadway. 
Laubengayer Jacob, meat market, 55 S Main. 
Lawrence Edwin E, attorney, N Main. 
Lawrence John F, lawyer, N Main. 
Leiter Charles A, druggist, i N Main. 
Leonard House, W. H. Leonard propr, Huron. 
liCreli lilnUS S9 Druggist and agent for 

Tiemans & Co*s Surgical Instruments, 12 E 

Huron. 
Lewis Cyrus A, boots and shoes, 2 E Huron. 
Lewis Emerson B, photographer, E Huron. 
Lewis Wm H, Leonard House, Huron. 
Lewitt Wm, physician, S Main. 
Lodholz Gottlieb, bakery, Broadway. 
Lovejoy Wm A, cigars and tobacco, 7 E 

Huron. 
Lucas Franklin S, shoe maker, E Huron. 
Lucas Morris, barber, W Huron. 
liUlCk Iir09« Sash, Doors and Blinds, cor 

North and Fifth. (See adv.) 
Lutz George F, saloon, 40 S Main. 
Lutz G Fred Jr. cigar mnfr, 40 S Main. 
Mclntyre Wm H, grocer, 3 E Huron. 
McLaughlin Patrick, saloon, N Main. 
nellataOll James, Justice of the Peace, 

McMahon Block. 
McOmber Charles S, grocer, 17 S Main. 
McReynolds & Sessions, lawyers, E Huron. 
Mack & Schmid, dry goods, 54 S Main. 
Maclean Donald, physician, 32 Washington. 
Manly Charles H, justice of the peace, 7 N 

Main. 
Manning J M, tailor, 16 S Main. 
Marona John, meat market, Detroit. 
Martin Oliver, undertaker, 33 S Main. 
Mathews Roger, meat market, Ann. 
Maurer John, boots and shoes, Detroit. 
Maynard John W, dry goods, 7 N Main. 
Michigan Argus (weekly), Carr & 

Goulet Editors and Proprs, cor Main and 

Huron. 
Millen Canuncey H, insurance, 4 S Main. 
Millen C H & Son, dry goods, 4 S Main. 
Miller John G, sash doors etc, Detroit. 
Miller Christian & Son, pump mnfrs, Fifth. 
Morgan E W, lawyer, N Fourth. 
Morgan Miss J A, dress maker, 5 S Main. 
M^re John, books and stationery, 4 N 

Main. 
Mt>rris Alvah J, ticket agent, Depot. 
Muehlig & Bro, furniture 35 and 37 S Main. 
Mullen Miss Frances, dress maker, S Main. 
Nebel Franz, saloon, 6 Detroit. 



Nichols Wm W, dentist, 19 S Main. 

Nichols & Son, marble works, Ann. 

Nickels John H, meat market, State. 

Noble Wm, sash, doors etc, Depot. 

North George W, dentist, 7 S Main. 

Norton Andrew, dining room, Depot. 

Oesterlin & Co, grocers, Detroit. 

O'Riley Michael J, saloon, Depot. 

O'Rourk Maurice, tailor, S Main. 

Otto Henry, blacksmith. Fourth. 

Pack Clarkson L, cigar mnfr, 10 E Huron. 

Page Phineas L, lawyer, 15 S Main. 

Palmer Alonzo B, physician, N Division. 

Parker Franklin L, lawyer, S N Main. 

Pease Galusha J, hardware etc, 46 S Main. 

Pettibone & Wilber, civil engineers, McMa- 
hon Block. 

Pfeitie Andrew, orchestra hall, 3 and 4 E 
Washington. 

Pfisterer John, stoves etc, W Liberty. 

PistoriUS Frederick, Attorney and 
Counselor at Law, 16 E Huron. {Set adv.) 

Polhemus Jacob A9 Livery, cor Maia 
and Catharine. {See adv,) 

Pond Chester E, Principal Ann Arbor 
Business College, cor Main and Washing* 
ton. 

Porter Charles B, dentist, E Huron. 

Porter Frank, silver plater, £ Huron. 

Prescott Albert B, physician, S Ingatl. 

Pulcipher Milo S, manager W U Telegraph 
Co, 6 E Huron. 

Pyper Mis Isabella, millinery, cor Main and 
Liberty. 

Quinn Patrick, tailor. Fourth. 

Raenjaldt John M, boots and shoes, 42 S 
Main. 

Randall Francis A, painter, Detroit. 

Rayer Wm, meat market, E Huron. 

Reule Andrew, tailor, 30 E Washington. 

Revenaugh Samuel B, photographer, a8 £ 
Huron. 

Rinsey & Seabolt, grocers, 6 E Washing- 
ton. 

Risdon Lewis C, hardware, 31 S Main. 

Robison & Baxter, livery, N Fourth. 

Roehm George, fancy goods, 4 E Washing- 
ton. 

Rogers Moses, agricultural implements, De- 
troit. 

Rohde Louis, tanner, W Liberty. 

Root & Leiter, real estate, W Huron. 

Rose Preston B, physician, S State. 

Roys Alpheus H, wood tamer. Fifth. 

Ruoff Frederick, brew<-r, Fuller. 

Rupf George, dyer, S Second. 

Sager Abraham, physician, cor State and 

Liberty. 
San ford Miss Minerva, dress maker, 6 £ 

Huron. 
Sawyer Andreur J, Attorney and 

Counselor at Law, N Main. 
Sanzi Christian, saloon, E Liberty. 



ANN AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ANN 99 



SZITCLAZK'S MILLS, 

J. M. SWIFT & CO., Proprietors. 

Manufacturers of the 

Best Brands of Flour 

And Dealers in 

Feed A All Zinds of Grain, 



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WE WARRANT OUB FLOUR TO BE WO. I. 

J. A. POLHEMUS, 







The Best and Most Extensive in the Oity. 



HACK AND BUS LINE BUNNING TO ALL TBAINS. 

Ordara Filled Immediately for All Elihds of Ck>nveyanoes. Particular 

Attention given to Orders for Funerals. 

• Cor. Main and Catharine Streets ANN ABBOB, MICH. 
AUnr ▲RBOR ST2BASC FZiAXTZXTG MTTiTi. 



LUICFC A BROTHER,, 

]^jLi^"crFA.OT"crK;EK;S 

And Dealers in 

1.— h ii , 8Mh, Door*, Blinds, Door and Window Frames, Casings, Basd, Band, Crown, Ciroular and 
Irrogalar Mouldings, Sfair Rail Brookols, and all kinds of Finish fbr Joinors. 

BBAOEBT, 80B0LL AND FAN07 SAWZNa. 
Car. NORTH and FIFTH SireetB, ANN ABBOB, MICH. 

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MICHIGAN STATK GAZBTTSEV. 



ANT 



Schaeberle Anton, harness maker, 12 W Lib- 
erty. 

Schaible Gottlieb, saloon, S Second. 

Schall Paul, barber, 12 S Main. 

Schmid Christian, lumber, E Liberty. 

Schneider John, wagon maker, S Second. 

Schuh Jacob F, hardware, 37 S Main. 

Schuh, cooper, S Second. 

Schumacher Christian, blacksmith, S Second. 

Schumacher John, stoves etc, 68 S Main. 

Schuyler Randall, freight agent, Depot. 

Seabolt Martin, laundry. 

Sessions & Watkins, nursery, 35 W Liberty. 

Seyler Adam D, boots and shoes, 6 N Main. 

Sheehan & Co, books and stationery, State. 

Sheldon Newton, sec of Washtenaw Mutual 
Ins Co, 24 S Main. 

Sibley John F, meal market, E Liberty. 

Simonds James H, barber, 2 E Huron. 

fiUng^er Mnl^ Co, E C Baudinot Agent, 
Huron. 

Smith Andrew R, wagon maker, Detroit. 

Smith Mrs Chipman, millinery, 45 S Main. 

Smith Wm, barber, 37 S Main. 

Snell W L, real estate, McMahon's Block. 

Sondheim Solomon, clothier, 9 S Main. 

Sorg Frederick, paints, 26 E Washington. 

Spafford & Dodsley, coopers, Fifth. 

Speech ly Miss S T, photographer, 72 S 
Main. 

Spoor Charles, harness maker, 45 S Main. 

Sprague Jonathan, tailor, S Main. 

Stillng^ Edward, Bakery,Confectionery, 
Ice Cream and Oysters, 28 E Huron. 

Storms & Campbell, proprs Ann Arbor woolen 
mills. Mill. 

Sutherland & Whedon, real estate, 6 E Hu- 
ron. 

Swartout Ransom G, manager of A & P and 
Am Telegraph Co, 10 E Huron. 

Swathel, Alles A Kyer* Flouring 

Mills, cor Ann and Fourth. {See tuiv,) 

8 will J in ft Co, Proprs of Sinclair Flour- 
ing Mills. (See adv,) 

Taylor Theodore, grocer, 13 S Main. 

Teats Herman, barber, 7 E Huron. 

Terry Ashur A, hats caps etc, 15 S Main. 



Tripp, Ailes & Price, founders and machinisti, 
W Huron. 

Tyler Dean M, physician, Broadway. 

Vance Joseph C, lawyer, N Main. 

VoUand Jacob, harness maker, 9 E Huron. 

Wagner Fred & Bro, blacksmiths, S Second. 

Wagner John Jr, blacksmith, W Washington. 

Waflrner Wm, Clothier and Merdiant 
Tailor, 21 S Main. 

Waldron Henry C, lawyer, N Main. 

Walker Christian, wagon maker, 13 W Lib- 
erty. 

Walker Thomas, meat market, Broadway. 

Wallace Wm W, woodyard. Fourth. 

Walz Ludwig, saloon, 50 S Main. 

Washtenaw Mutual Insurance Co, B W 
Waite pres, N Sheldon sec, 24 S Main. 

Watts Joseph C, jeweler, 10 S Main. 

Weiderleich George A, saloon, W Liberty. 

Weinmann John M, meat market, cor Wash- 
ington and Fifth. 

Weitbrecht C & Bro, stoves etc, 53 S Main. 

Wells Ebenezer, physician, 22 S Main. 

Welsh Henry, flour and feed, 14 W Liberty. 

West Mrs Nellie, dining rooms, State. 

Willard L & P, millinery, 27 S Main. 

Widenmann August, hardware, 25 S Main. 

Wines & Worden, dry goods, 20 S Main. 

Winslow Bros, pictures etc, 32 E Huron. 

Wood S & Co, commission. Depot. 

Woodruff Francis, physician, 52 Huron. 

Zachmann Xavier. meat market, Detroit. 



ANTRIM CITY. 

Antrim is situated on the east shore of 
Grand Traverse bay in the northwest comer 
of Antrim county. It has one grist mill and 
one store. Shipments are wheat, hay, oats, 
bark and wood. Distance to Traverse City, 
its railroad shipping station, 40 miles ; Elk 
Rapids, the county seat, is 22 miles south. 
Population, 100. James Orr, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Ayers N R, grist mill. 

Beach Mr & Mrs Artemas, music teachers. 

Beach Mrs Walter, sewing machine agent. 



FREDERICK PISTORIUS, 

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NOTJ^RY PUBLIC, 

General German -American Business Agency, 

COLLECTION AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE. 
Offlr^, No. 16 H.urfm Street, ANN ARBOR, MICH, 



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Gieer Garden, boot and shoemaker. 
iOrr Miss Lida L, milliner. « 

Sickles James N, general store. 
Smith C, surveyor. 
Sti^rWm L, fisherman. 

ABBELA. 

A new postoffice in the southwest corner 
of Arbela township, Tuscola county. It is 
bar miles from Clio on the F. & P. M. R. R. 
The country around is rolling timber land. 
Cora, oais, rye, potatoes, hay and butter and 
dieese are the chief agricultural products, 
tnd these with hoops and shingles are 
ihipped away. John Jacobs, postmaster. (Set 
Pine Grwe.) 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

itcobs John, general store, 
lead Rev Alexander A, (Baptist.) 
ftTTj E W, saw and shingle mill. 
Pinkham N J, saw and shingle mill. 

ABENAO. 

A po^office in the northern part of Bay 
coanty, 30 miles north of Bay City and five 
east of Standish. There is a saw mill and a 
shingle mill at the locality, also a store or 
two and two or more hotels. Goods should 
be shipped via Standish. The Western Un- 
ioo Telegraph Company have an office here. 
PoRtmasier, J. F. Fayre. 

BirSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bogne J, hotel proprietor. 
Hamphrey Frank, hotel proprietor. 
Linti Jqhn, hotel proprietor. 
McDonald Mrs A R, boarding house. 
Mahoney M, hotel proprietor, 
0*Grady P, grocer. 
Palmer T R, physician. 
Phillips J P, saw mill. 
Sptare Mrs C, hotel proprietor, 
Williams S A, fanner. 






ARGENTINE. 

A place of about 100 inhabitants in Argen- 
tine township, Genesee county. It is four 
miks south of Linden on the D & M R R, 
its shipping station. It supports a flouring 
mill, a saw mill and a planing mill. Sur- 
foanding country level. Products, wheat 
tod com. Principal shipment, flour. North 
Ore creek affords a fine water power. L. G. 
Bishop, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Kshop Heniy, blacksmith. 

Bishop L G & Co, flouring mill. 

Errey A J, physician. 

Field E B, general store. 

Harper Wm, physician. 

Halt S S, gun smith. 

Hawky Warren, wagon maker. 



Page James H, hotel proprietor. 
Steadman & Torry, saw mill. 
Sutherland George G, wagon shop and plan^ 
ing mill. 

AB,T.AND. 

A station on the Grand River Valley Di- 
vision of the M C R R, in Jackson county. 
Distance from Jackson 15 miles, R. H. 
Deyole, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Deyole R H, grocer. 



ARLINaTON. 

A postoffice about the centre of Van Buren 
county and about 12 miles west of Paw Paw, 
the county scat. 

ARMADA. 

Armada is a thriving little town of some 
600 inhabitants, pleasantly situated alx)ut mid- 
way between Romeo and Ridgeway on the 
Chicago and St. Clair railway. It is in Ar- 
mada township, Macomb county, and is the 
center of a pros()erous agricultural region. 
It has no water power and its manufacturing 
enterprises are limited, embracing only the 
stave and handle factory of C. S. Farrell, the 
sash and blind factory of M. S. Lyon and the 
flouring mtU of Spaulding and McCauley. 
Armada has a good union school and four 
churches, Methodist, Congregational, Bap- 
tist, and Seventh Day Adventist. The Ar- 
mada Index is published semi-monthly. 
Flour, cheese, staves and handles constitute 
the principle shipments. The Western Un- 
ion Telegraph Company have an oflice here. 
Postmaster, E. F, Sibley. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Baird Rev R G, (Congregationalist. ) 
Barringer James £, physician and dealer in 

farm implements. 
Barrows H & Son, general store, 
Beardsley S T, physician. 
Bentley £ H, editor Armada Index. 
Brown F H, wagon maker and blacksmith. 
Brown W J, saddle and harness maker. 
Clark C B, watches and jewelry. 
Clark W H Jr, lawyer. 
Crossat John, boot and shoemaker. 
Davis S, hotel proprietor. 
Dozenburg R, boot and shoemaker. 
Farrer C S, cheese factory and mnfr staves 

and heading. 
Garlick F M, physician. 
Granger Lewis, general store. 
Harris J N, physician. 
Hinchman & Co, druggists. 
Lamron Rev D H, (Adventist.) 
Lathrop C A & E D, general store. 
Long Thomas, boots and shoes. 



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Lyon M S, sash doors and blinds. 

McAuly C, flourinj; mill. 

Marble C E & Co, grocers and forwarders. 

Keeper John, cabinet maker. 

Neeper Mrs J, milliner. 

North E, blacksmith. 

Perkins Mrs G A, milliner. 

Preston Wm E, general store. 

Robinson Robert, hardware. 

Seeley S, grocer. 

Sibley E F, agent American Express. 

Stephens R 6, hotel proprietor. 

Sutton J S, painter. 

Vibbert R B, boots shoes hats and caps. 

Whitcomb Rev J G, (Methodist.) 

Youngs W H, blacksmith and wagon maker. 

ARVON. 

A recently established postoffice in Hough- 
ton county, 14 miles due east from L'Anse, 
whence it receives a tri-weekly mail. 

ASA. 

A postoffice in Mayfield township, Lapeer 
county, joj4 miles northwest of Lapeer on 
the mail route to North Branch. The vil- 
lage is known as Five Lakes. It it two 
miles distant from Stephens or Fish Lake on 
the Lapeer and Northern railroad. It is in 
a pine region and ships lumber and shingles. 
Postmaster, Wm G. Stone. Population, 1 10. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Conklin G B, hotel proprietor. 

Lee S S, saw mill. 

Stone Wm. G., general store. 

Vincent S N, agent American Express. 

ASHLAND. 

A postoffice located at Grant, a station in 
Ashland township, Newaygo county, on ihe 
Grand Rapids, Newaygo and Lake Shore 
railroad. Luml^er is the leading article of 
manufacture The principal shipments are 
wheat, corn oats and lumber. Distance from 
Grand Rapids 36 miles, from Newaygo, the 
county seat, six miles. H. H. Fellows, 
postmaster. There is also a village of this 
name in the saiue township, the postoffice at 
which is Lake. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Squier Brothers, saw and shingle mill. 



A ]x>stoffice on the east line of Kent coun- 
ty 21^ miles north of Lowell and 5 south- 
west of Greenville. Kidd ville is the shipping 
station. Sheldon Ashley, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Buell Rev Wm, (Baptist.) 



ASHTON. 

A station on the Grand Rapids and Iii< 
ana railroad, in Lincoln township near 
center of Osceola county. Lumber, shinj 
and hemlock bark are extensively ship] 
Population, too. Distance to Hersey, 
county seat, 12^ miles, to Grand Rapids 
miles. Joseph W. Ash, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Arnold S S, furniture. 

Ash Joseph W & Co, lumber and real 

Butler, Gardner & Co, general store. 

Davis C, blacksmith. 

Halladay G & Son, general store. 

Halladay & Co, saw mill. 

Hunn Mrs & Miss Cudebeck, hotel. 

Reichart Mr, saw mill. 

Swem John H, wagon maker. 

Treadgold Rev E, (Methodist.) 

Westfall B C, hotel. 



ASSYRIA. 

A village in the southeast part of Harr) 
county, 19 miles from Hastings the coonq 
seat. Battle Creek is nine miles due soon 
and is its usual shipping point. Butter, eggi 
and wheat are the chief exports. Populatioi 
75. Mrs. Philena Abbey, ]X)st mistress. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Abbey Mrs Philena, general store. 
Berry Rev Chester D, (Adventist.) 
Curiday Rev Abraham, (Methodist). 
Kent B T, general store. 
Robinson Orrin, hotel and blacksmith. 
Rogers Andrew J, physician. 
Segar William, blacksmith. 
Thatcher 8c Son. saw mill. 
Wads worth Ball, saw mill. 



ATHENS. 

A place of about 600 inhabitants in the 
southwest part of Calhoun county. It is 20 
miles south of Battle Creek and 6 north 
west of Union City. The latter is its osaal 
shipping point. Athens has a foundry, a 
planing mill, a saw and shingle mill, a flour 
ing mill, and several stores. Jas. H. \Vat< 
kins, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Brownell & Vickrey, hardware and groce- 
ries. 
Cave T H, saddle and harness maker. 
Culp & Bond, general store. 
Dawlev D, painter. 
Doty 0. grocer. 
Foot John, blacksmith. 
Fuller Wm, saddle and harness maker. 
Hakes Charles, blacksmith. 
Kingsbury & Holcomb, general store. 
Lee Uri, physician. 
Lewis W H & Co, general store* 



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lelntyre James, foandry. 
m J E^ livery stable. 

inson £ T, blacksmith. 

>ns I P, saw mill. 

kith M 6, hotel proprietor. 

tbro C M, physician. 

ibro & Watkins, general store, 
krielind E & Wright, wagon makers. 
Tiylor George, stave factory, 
(hatcher M VL physician. 
Vaterman A C & Libhart, flouring mill. 
lells J E & Underwood, general store. 
Ifoodniff A, carriage painter. 

ATHLONE. 

A small village of Ash township, Monroe 
Innty, It is three milts from Carlton on 
ht Canada Southern railroad and three from 
ISnfton on the F. & P. M. R. R. Distance 
Rm Monroe ten miles. The population is 
feostly foreign. Wheat and apples are the 
fundpal shipments. C. M, Berghoefer, 
fostmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECl*ORY. 

Iirghoefer C M, boot and shoe maker. 

Doily David, saloon. 

Pbcfaer David, saloon and grocer. 

fischer Jacob, blacksmith. 

fahrman Anton, builder. 

blen Ferdinand, organist and teacher. 

genrig Rev Wm, (Catholic). 

Hood J G, grocer. 

jjuburger Andrew, wagon maker. 

Hewcomb J, physician. 

Jtrffcr Frank, builder. 

IjftTcr John, saw mill. 

Bak Hcinrich, saw mill. 

ATB3NS. 

A Dew postoffice in the township of Clyde 
 the Doitheastem part of St. Clair county, 
"stance from Port Huron ten miles. The 
W hereabouts is good with heavy clay sub- 
P*L Grain, peas, potatoes and hay are 

Ei. There are no stores, the inhabitants 
their trading at Ruby, one mile dis- 
^t Jonathan Morden, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Atkins Charles, carpenter. 

^jkins David, carpenter. 

iron William, carpenter. 

g»K Walter, carpenter. 

Owkson Edward, blacksmith. 

Jwris Solomon, blacksmith. 

Kky Henry, carpenter. 

*«»ason Rev Wm, (Presbyterian.) 

I ATLAS. 

A ?illage containing about 200 people in 
«« iovtheut part of Genesee county. It is 
i^sUot from Flint 13 miles and is 6 east of 



Grand Blanc on the F. & P. M. R. R. Ex- 
press, American. There are flouring and 
woolen mills here and flour is largely shipped. 
Adrian P. Gale, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Brooks L S, boot and shoemaker. 

Cramer J D, blacksmith. 

Fellows A, cooper. 

Gale A P, justice of the peace. 

Howard Ira, hotel proprietor. 

Lobban James, boot and shoe maker. 

Long M, stoiie mason. 

McNeal Miss L, music teacher. 

Mattison £ B, general store and agent Am. 

Express. 
Millar Rev D B, (Baptist.) 
Odell Frank, teacher. 

Palmer Samuel T, flouring and woolen mills. 
Rockafellow H E, foundry. 
Rockafellow R T, builder. 
Rust B £, foundry. 
Scott C, blacksmith. 
Shields James, cabinet maker. 
Smith Frank, blacksmith. 
Smith James, blacksmith. 
Wood Robert, builder. 



ATnOA. 

A beautiful little village of about 900 in- 
habitants situated in the midst of rolling 
hills and small lakes, on the Chicago and 
Port Huron i airway. 7 miles east of La- 
peer and 29 west of Port Huron. It is in 
Attica township, Lapeer county. Lumber, 
shingles, flour, grain and hay are shipped. 
Express, American, Telegraph, "Western 
Union. I. N. Jenness, postmaster. Attica 
was settled in 1852 as a lumbering village, a 
large tract of pine land lying to the north. 
A ^ood farming country surrounds the vil- 
lage. The latter contains a new methodist 
church, a large school house, a flouring mill 
and several saw and shingle mills, all run by 
steam, and several good hotels. 

BUSINESS DIBECIORY. 

American Express Co, Wm Ray agt, Depot. 

Attica House, John Irwin propr. 

Bates Honse^ Zelotes L Bates Propr, 
near Depot. 

Bates Zelotes L, propr Bates House and liv- 
ery stable, near Depot. 

Blake Wm, physician. Main. 

Buckingham Orin G, saw mills. 

Butler Wm, lawyer. 

Chown Charles, tannery. 

Churchill Wm, blacksmith and wagon maker,. 
Main. 

Copeland John, saw mill. 

Currier Rev John W, (Methodist Episcopal.)! 

Donaldson David, general store. Main. 

Elliott Wm, hotel, two miles from Attica^ 



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Fish, Arthur H, Notary Public and In- 
surance Agent, Postoffice. 

Fuller Minor T, contractor and builder. 

Hicks Renold, tanner and currier. 

Hill Fred H, news agents, Postoffice. 

Hosner Wm, groceries and meats. Main. 

Irwin David, boot and shoe maker, Main. 

Irwin John, propr Attica House. 

JenneSB I N dc Co, (Isaac N Jenness, Al- 
len and Henry Fish), General Store, Saw 
and Planing Mills and Dealers in Lumber. 

Laing Rev Andrew R, (Methodist Episco- 
pal.) 

Lawrence Wm, prop Williams House, Main. 

EiOCker €liarles J, Furniture, Main. 

Newton Henry, shingle mill. 

Nichols Oril D, carpenter and joiner. 

Nickerson House, Ralph Nickerson propr, 
Main. 

Nickerson Ralph, propr Nickerson House, 
Main. 

Peck John W, drugs and groceries, Main. 

Porter M, physician. Main. 

Ray Wm, station agent telegraph operator 
and express agent. 

Runnels John R, meat market. 

Sanderson Nelson, boot and shoe maker and 
justice of the peace. 

Shean Mrs Hulda, millinery, Main. 

Smiley F & G (Francis and George), carriage 
mnfrs. 

Yarnum A Hodg^es, (Joseph Vamum, 
James Hodges), Flouring Mill. 

Williams Wm & Anthony, slw mill, 

Williams George, grocery. 

Williams House, Wm Lawrence propr. 

Wood Henry, groceries and hardware. Main. 



ATWOOD. 

A settlement of lOO inhabitants in the 
northwest comer of Antrim county. It is 
22 miles north of Elk Rapids and four 
from Norwood, on Traverse Bay. Traverse 
City, 40 miles distant, is the nearest rail- 
road point. The agricultural productions 
and manufactures of the vicinity are wheat, 
com, oats, rye, potatoes, hay, maple sugar, 
wood and lumber. Population about 75. 
Samuel K. Bagley, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Ayres Norman, flouring mill. 
Coulter Rev C N (Congregationalist.) 
Kanegy L M, physician. 
McAlister Rev J J, (Methodist). 
Sickles J N, general store. 



AU QBES. 

A village of some 1 50 souls in a town- 
ship of the same name, in the northwest 
corner of Bay county. It is on the Alpena 
stage route 22 miles from Standish on the 
J. L. & S. R. R., and is 43 miles from Bay 



City. It is in a lumbering country. (Fi 
business directory see index to names 
ceived too late for insertion in proper pli 

AUGUSTA. 

A village of about 700 inhabitants on tl 
Michigan Central railroad, in the norths 
part of Kalamazoo county. It is 130 mill 
from Detroit and 14 east of Kalamazoo. 
Kalamazoo river affords water power 
there are several manufacturing establij 
ments, including a foundry, a planing 
an agricultural implement factory and V 
flouring mills. It ships flour, wheat 
wood. Telegraph, Western Union ; £zpn 
American. Miss Geraldine Griflin, 
mistress* 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Andrews Charles W, groceries. 
Ashley Otis G, harness maker. 
Augusta Butter and Cheese Mnfg Co, Wmj 
G Kirby pres, James Kent sec. | 

Augusta House, James M Murphy propr. 
Barnard James £, boots and shoes. 
Batt & Crane, stock and grain dealers. 
Brown Lorenzo F, agricultural implements. 
Brown Luther J, grocer and lumber dealer. 
Carpenter £ M & Co, flouring mill. 
Church, E. B., grocer. 
Cock John L, agt American Express. 
Crane Lewis, meat market. 
Douglass Adelbert, dentist. 
Evers & Dickie, hardware. 
Fin lay C M, livery. 
Fisher John H, physician. 
Geiger Charles H, restaurant. 
Haskins E E ft Co, Lumber Demlers. 
Hawes Henry C, shoe maker. 
Henika Emanuel C, wagon maker. 
Kellogg Charles E, druggist and stationer. 
La Bar Wm H, saloon. 
Lawton Amos D, insurance. 
Lynch James L, boots and shoes. 
McCord & Vandercook, founders. 
McElhaney Gideon H, harness maker. 
Merrell Mrs R M, millinery. 
Murphy James M, propr Augusta House. 
Mygatt Henry M, poultry. 
Pool N Foster, blacksmith. 
Pool H D & Co, general store. 
Pray Julius C, manager W U Tel oflSce. 
Roberts Bryant W, barber. 
Rorabeck & Bro, general store. 
Rosenkrans Edward M, physician. 
Smith Oliver K, cooper. 
Wakely Eleazar, boots, shoes and cider. 
"Webster Alonson, justice of the peace. 
Webster & North, grain and stock dealers. 
Weeks & Dean, aruggists and stationers, 
Wilson Richard N, jeweler. 
Wood Timothy C, general store* 



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AUBELTQS. 

Aurelius is a place of about 400 inhabi- 
tints in the western part of iDgham county. 
It is eight miles southwest of Mason and 4)( 
Biles west of Chapin's station, on the J. L. & 
S. R. R. Wheat, corn, oats and hay are the 
ttaple products of the vicinity. The village 
contains one sawmill, two stores, two wagon 
shops, etc. B. N. Stark, postmaster. . 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bond J P & Co, general store. 
Shfis B G & Co, saw mill. 
Treemin J N, justice of the peace. 
€ilniore & Hunter, blacksmith. 
Bunt James, cooper. 
Isham Nelson, wagon maker. 
Xeeler Charles, wagon maker. 
Xempter } }, boot and shoe maker. 
Phillips Greorge W, hotel proprietor. 
Fotter E, physician. 
Sbrk B N, general store. 
Swartoat George W, physician. 
Thayer O B & Bro, blacksmith. 

AU SABLE. 

AiSable is a port of Lake Huron situated 
tt the mouth of Au Sable river, in Oscoda 
•*own$hip, Iosco county. Agriculture re- 
ceives some attention but on account of the 
vist pine forests in the immediate neighbor- 
hood, the lumber interests engage the larger 
^hare of the attention of the inhabitants. 
There ire here six large gang saw mills em- 
plojed in the manufacture of lumber and 
•pare timber, four general stores, two gro- 
cen, two dealers in long timber and masts, 
«tc sash factory, one bank, three hotels and 
Arec churches. Au Sable was first settled 
m 1849 iuid incorporated in 1872, and has 
low 2,500 inhabitants. Distance from Ta- 
y City, its county town, 15 miles, and 160 
wom Detroit. During the season of naviga- 
ption shipments are made via Bay City. 
The exports are lumber, timber and fish. 
Telegraph, Western Union ; Express, Holt's, 
•nd Reed & Green's. Geo. P. Warner, post- 
barter. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

^■Sablc Lomber and Shingle Company. 
■Mkas k Bros, lumber mnfrs. 
Badger Rev A S, (Presbyterian.) 
J*rtley & Quain, carpenters. 
Jc*i J G merchant tailor. 
W]geJohii H, painter. 
Bodctt ft Peletti, planing mill, 
wgg Charles P & Co, bankers. 
■«tt Henry & Co, general store, 
■rown Wm H, commission and lumber in- 
spector. 
0*«nyinan Fred, grocery and meat market. 
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Cooper L H, hotel. 

Forrest James E, notions and news depot. 
Hutchinson Jas, grocery and meat market. 
King R B, merchant tailor. 
Loud Henry N, station agent. 
Loud Gay & Co, general store and saw mill. 
McCormick Robert, harness maker. 
McDonald Austin, hotel. 
McGarrity James, hotel. 
Moore & Alger, long timber and masts. 
Moore & Tanner, lumber mnfrs. 
Orth George, boots and shoes. 
O'Toole Felix, general store. 
Rector E C ft Co, meat market. 
Scott Rev J W, (Methodist.) 
Smith Colwell & LangstafF, lumber. 
Smith Kelley &. Dwight, lumber. 
Stanley J K, general store. 
The Chas Stone Timber Co, long timber and 
masts. 



AUSTEBUTZ. 

^ The name of the postoffice at the village 
of Plainfield, on the Grand Rapids and In- 
diana railroad, 10 miles north of Grand Rap- 
ids. It is nearly the exact center of Kent 
county and is surrounded by a lumbering and 
agricultural country. Wheat, flour, apples 
and lumber are shipped. The place was 
formerly known as Belmont. Population 
120. M. B. Hine, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Hyser Wm, physician. 
Miller Louis V, general store. 
Myers Joseph, saloon. 
Pollock John, boots and shoes. 
Richardson A J, general store. 
Tradewell Thomas, lumber. 
Whitney Frank, hotel. 

AUSTIN. 

A place of about 115 inhabitants in Grove- 
land township, Oakland county. The sur* 
rounding country is exclusively agricultural. 
Davisburgh, its shipping station on the D. 
& M. R. R., is 2)4 miles south. Distance 
from Pontiac 15 miles. Robert Potter, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bird J, justice of the peace. 

Blake Jas L, blacksmith and wagon maker. 

Burk Julius, carpenter. 

Lamb Lynes, boot and shoemaker. 

Lowery J, physician. 

Potter Robert, grocer. 

Potter Robert J, wagon maker. 

Sargent John O, house mover. 

Snyder Joel, hotel. 

Wright D A, school director. 

Wright Horatio, lawyer. 



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AVERILL'S STATION. 

A small village on the F. & P. M. R. R. 
in Midland county, six miles northwest of 
Midland City and 127 miles from Detroit. 
It is on the Tittabawassee river and has 
several saw mills and shingle factories. £x- 
presSy American; Telegraph, Western Un- 
ion. Population about 150. Postmaster, 
H. AveriU. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

AveriU H, hotel and saw mill. 

Averill L W, saw mill. 

Beaubien John, contractor. 

Covert J £, railroad and express agent. 

Draper Annie, school teacher. 

Hawley A M, lumber. 

Dulwage M B, blacksmith. 

Hoyt Rev A, (Methodist Episcopal.) 

Lamphierd T W. physician. 

Smith Largius F, lawyer. 

Steel Cornelius, shingle mill. 

Stratton Frank, general store. 

Stratton N F, general store. 

Tinker Wm sr, shingle mill. 

Tinker Wm jr, shingle mill. 

AVERY. 

Is a village in Three Oaks township, in 
Berrien county. It is a station on the main 
line of the Michigan Central railroad, 208 
miles from Detroit and 75 from Chicago. 
Its manufactures are lumber, handles and 
chemicals. Population 130. Express, Am- 
erican. E. A. Avery, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Avery E A. general store. 

Brockway 6 W, carpenter. 

Hess Rev E H. 

Irwin S G, carpenter and millwright. 

Jennings R B & S E , mnfg chemists and 
perfumers. 

Love Thomas, saw mill, express agent, sur- 
veyor and justice of the peace. 

Phillippy F, blacksmith. 

Sanborn J G & Co, saw mill and handle fac- 
tory. 

Stevens & Thomson, handle factory. 

Wilson W S, handle mnfr. 



BAD AXE. 

The new county seat of Huron county is 
situated at the center of the county in the 
midst of an excellent agricultural district, 
and at thp junction of the roads leading 
from Port Austin southward and Sand Beach 
westward, the two principal thoroughfares 
of the county. Since the removal of the 
county offices to this place in 1873 its growth 
and prosperity have been extremely rapid. 
Distance from Port Austin 17 miles, from 
Sand Beach, 18. Ship by rail to Vassar or 



by lake to Port Austin. Express, Brown*^ 
Postmaster, Septimus Irwin. The surronnl 
ing country is undulating and well adapts 
for agriculture. Lumber is the principa 
article of shipment. Population 127. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bad Axe Mill Co, G E Stewart manager, ] 

Gullifer supt. 
Brethoar Samuel, constable. 
Brown Elijah, mail contractor. 
Flint John H, justice of the peace. 
Hart Silas, boot and shoe maker. 
Haywood J E, general store and count 

treasurer, 
Irwin Septimus, hotel proprietor and ages 

Brown's Express Co. 
Langdon Robert, blacksmith. 
Lince Rev C J, (United Brethren). 
Matthews L, general store. 
Nash Francis, carpenter. 
Philp Robert, general store. 
Rapson William, blacksmith. 
Rapson Bros, carriage factory. 
Richardson Henry, builder and contractor. 
Ross J, physician and surgeon. 
Skinner James M, lawyer. 
Smith Richard, county clerk and regil 

ter of deeds. 
Thompson William, mail contractor. 
Watkins Edwin, boot and shoe maker. 
Watkins Frederick A, painter. 



BAD RIVER. 

Discontinued postoffice in Gratiot conntj. 

BAQLEY. 

A station on the C. & N. W. R. R., 3 
miles north of Menominee and 32 southwa 
of Escanaba, named in honor of his excd 
lency Gov. John J. Bagley. 

A village in Casnovia township in the e« 
part of Muskegon county. It is situated 01 
the Grand Rapids, Newaygo and Lak 
Shore R. R., the station being known • 
County Line. It is 25 miles from Graai 
Rapids and 1 1 from Newaygo. Lumber, laA 
shingles and heading are shipped henct 
Express, American. Population, 25a ] 
S. Miller, deputy postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Chubb Miles, general store. 

Coleman J D, hamessmaker. 

Crossette, Graves & Co, lumber shingles sue 

lath. 
Krigger A C, meat market. 
Miller J S, express agent and general store* 
Murray G B, lumber and heading mnfr. 
Stickney E J, grocer. 
Watson George, grocer. 



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BAKER'S OOBNERS. 

{See BeruilU.) 



BALDWIN orr Y, 

I Designated as the new seat of justice for 
Lake county, is a station on the recently 
completed line of theF. & P. M. R. R., 205 
Inilesfrom Detroit and 31 east of Ludington. 
I It is situated on Pere Marquette river which 
I |iroTides a good water power. Agriculture 
I Beamed on to some extent. Lumber and 
llAiogles are the manufactures. Baldwin 
Cty was first settled in 1872 and has now 
aboat JOG inhabitants. Express, American, 
Alfred B. Kinne, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

\ Allen F L, lawyer. 
I Bngg & Holcomb, saw mill. 
Barnan W A, drugs. 
CaUahan D, boots and shoes. 
Crowe James, physician. 
Belong A, wagon maker. 
Dearess Wm A, boots, shoes, notions and dry- 

goodi. 
Emmett, Coon & Co, general store. 
Foreman J, mill and general store. 
Jones & HoUister, hardware. 
McCullongh & Co, saw mill. 
Morris Thomas, boot and shoe maker. 
Motte W B, physician. 
O'Brien John, hotel keeper. 
I*«tterson John Q, lawyer. 
Riidd Henry, blacksmith. 
Suae Mrs E, millinery, 
VoorhcU RcY C B, (Methodist.) 



BALDWIN'S. 

[See BorUm.) 



BALL CK 

A postoi&ce in Kent county corresponding 
to Tyrone Staticm on the G. R., N. & L. S. 
*• R., 19 miles north of Grand Rapids, 
ropolation 125. Henry C. Wylic, post- 
■aster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

AJher N F, heading and shingle mnfr. 

wown ft Eddy, general store. 

Glley RerE H, (Freewill Baptist.) 

Qtttc ft Koon, hotel, 

^n Hiram, blacksmith. 

Sexton Bliss, physician and druggist. . 

»inw>n Rer C H, (United Brethren.) 

Dmon Suvc and Chair Co of Grand Rapids, 

«4»e mnfrs. 
y^ifncy M L, lumber mnfr. 
*'ylie H C, groceries, flour and feed. 



BALTIMOBE. 

A village in Baltimore township, Barry 
county, 10 miles south of Hastings. The 
surrounding country is fertile and produces 
grain and live stock. Hastings is its ship- 
ping station. Population, 400. R. G. Rice, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bartlett John, merchant. 
Butler John, blacksmith. 
Crowthers C W, saw and stave mill. 
Gurd P, shoemaker. 
Lampman J C, physician. 
Methiver £, shoemaker. 
Pricherd C G, flouring mill. 
Rice Royal G, general store. 
Woodmancy Babcock, saw mill. 



BANQOR. 

A growing village of Van Buren county 
and a station on the Chicago and Michigan 
Lake Shore Railroad. Distance from Chi- 
cago 121 miles, from New Buffalo 54. It is 
18 miles northwest of Paw Paw. It is situ- 
ated on Black river, which empties into 
Lake Michigan at South Haven, 1 1 miles 
distant. The water power is excellent. The 
manufactories are a woolen mill, blast 
furnace and several saw mills. Bangor 
is in the midst of the fruit region of western 
Michigan and ships large quantities of grain, 
fruit, pig iron and lumber. Population 800. 
Telegraph, Western Union; Express, Amer- 
ican. E. P. Harvey, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Alden J M, physician. 

Ball DITilber W, Furniture Mnfr and 
Dealer and Undertaker, Monroe. (See adv.) 

Bangor Furnace Co, A B Hough pres, C 
D Rhodes treas, Henry Ford, gen man- 
ager. 

Bangor Reflector (weekly circula- 
tion 500), Wm W Secord Propr. 

Boylan Mrs M £, sewing machines. 

Camp Joel, physician. 

€liicaf^& mieliigan liake Shore 

R R9 M Remington Agent. 

Cross Calvin, lawyer, Monroe. 

Cross dc BroimB) Real Estate, Insur- 
ance and Collection Agents, Monroe. 
{See adv.) 

Davis & Edmunds, dry goods. 

DeLond & McNitt, general store, Monroe. 

Denlston James 91, Eclectic Phy- 
sician. 

Feri^SOn £ B, Watches, Clocks and 
Jewelry, Monroe. 

Ferguson James £, physician. 

Fisher Leander. boot and shoemaker. 

French Alfred O, general store, Monroe. 

Goodell O E, hamessmaker, Monroe. 

Green M B, meat market, Monroe. 



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Hammond Henry, propr Charles House, 
foot Monroe ave. 

Hudson Wm C, boot and shoemaker. 

McKee M C, merchant tailor, Railroad. 

McMillan Stephen, blacksmith. 

Manrr James S, Lawyer, Monroe. 

Martin Wm, barber, Monroe. 

Miller dc DVitliejry Hardware, Stoves 
and Tinware, Monroe. 

Milliken, Mrs H £, millinery, Monroe. 

Northup L L, photographer, Monroe. 

Nyman J H, flouring and saw mills. 

Peacock A W, saloon, Monroe. 

Peters Charles W, grocer, Monroe. 

Phillips A H, grocers, Monroe. 

Ransom T W, druggist, Monroe. 

RemfnirtOll M, Agent C & M L S R R. 

Rider Otis A, Billiard Saloon. Mon- 
roe. 

Rowe Geo W, druggist, Monroe. 

Russell John & Co. flour and feed, Monroe. 

Sebring Bouse, J E Watson Propr, 
cor Monroe and Railroad. 

Sebring J E & Co, Bankers, Monroe. 

Sebring & Hogmire, commission merchants. 

Seeord Wm HV. Editor Bangor Re- 
flector, Railroad. 

Sedgwick & Johnson, saloon, Monroe. 

Shanahan Timothy, blacksmith. 



Sberriek Henrf , Groceries, Confeo 
fectioneries, Tobacco, Cigars, Books and 
Stationery, Monroe. 

Sberrod David A, Boot, and Shoe- 
maker, Monroe. 

Tripp Henrjr 1«, Restaurant. 

Tuttle Robert B, baker, Monroe ave. 

Vanauken A & Co, general store, Monroe. 

DVatoon J £« Propr Sebring House, 
cor Monroe and Railroad. 



The postoffice and station at the junction 
of the Detroit, Hillsdale and Indiana rail- 
road with the Fort Wayne, Jackson and Sag- 
inaw railroad. It is in Cambria township, 
Hillsdale county, four miles west of Hills- 
dale, the coun^ seat. Distance from De- 
troit 94 miles, from Jackson 31 miles, fram 
Fort Wayne 09 miles. Telegraph, Western 
Union ; Express, American. Population 
100. F. H. Patch, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Banker George, stock dealer. 
Banker Horace, stock dealer. 
Burgess John, hotel. 
Carpenter W A, grocer. 
Cooper W W, restaurant. 



J. S. CROSS. 



CROSS & BROWN, 



C. L. BROWN. 



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Will attend to the purchase and sale of timbered and improved Lands or Village 
Property, Negotiate Loans, Pay Taxes, Collect Rents, 4c., &c. 

A Large List of Desirable Property always on Handy for Sale or Exchange. 



Monroe Street, 



BANQOR, MICH. 



MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN 

ALL EIITDS OF FUHITITTTIIE; 



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UNDERTAKER, 



Coffins and Caskets constantly on Hani. 
OATiTiS FOR FXTNERAIiS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

BANGOR, MICH. 



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Fonnan Alexander A, telegraph operator, 

express and station agent. 
Foster Wm P, boot and shoemaker. 
Gee Nelson, saw mill. 
Kidman Thomas, saloon. 



BANKS. 

A village in Bay county, situated on the 
left or west bank of Saginaw river near its 
entrance into Saginaw bay. It is in Bangor 
township i^ miles below Wenona. Lum- 
ber and salt are its sole productions. Ship 
to Bay City. Population 300 ; incorporated 
1870/ Joseph Marchand, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Ballentine J M & Co (J M Ballentine, David 
Balientine, Henry A Ballentine, Edward 
F Lawrence, Alex B Moore), shipbuilders 
and freighters, on river bet Banks and 
Wenona. 

Ben<<on Wm F, groceries and provisions. 

Brown John, tannery. 

Corrcvu Alex, saloon. 

Foamier Fabien, hotel proprietor. 

Jean Frank, hotel proprietor. 

Jean Joseph, saloon. 

Keystone Lumber and Salt Mnfg Co, Ferdi- 
nand Johnson supt. 

Laroque Leon, boot and shoe maker. 

Laig & Bradfield (Robert Leng, John Brad- 
field), salt mnfrs. 

Leng Robert, justice of the peace. 

Loorim B & Bro (Bernard and Patrick), gro- 
cers. 

Lonrim John, grocer. 

Moor Caspar, meat market. 

Moore, Smith & Co (Franklin Moore, Henry 
C Moore, Peter Smith), mnfrs lumber and 
salt 

Morin Wm, saloon and boarding. 

Taylor k Moulthrop. (John S Taylor, Clark 
Monlthrop), lumber and salt mnfrs. 

BABAGA. 

A small mission village on the west shore 
of L'Anse bay in Baraga township, Hough- 
ton county. It is 30 miles due south from 
Hooghton village and two miles across the 
lay from L'Anse. Lumber, fish and furs are 
shipped. The place was first settled about 
1840 and was named in honor of the late 
esteemed Catholic bishop of Marquette, 
Father Baraga, Population, 75. Postmas- 
ter, E. A. Critchfield. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Bendy James, lumber mnfr. 
Shafcr J T, hotel. 

BARK BIVER. 

Asutionon the C. & N. W. R. R., 51 
miles north of Menominee and 12 west of 
Escanaba. 



BARKER OREKK. 

A postoffice in Clear Water township, in 
the northwest corner of Kalkaska county, 
10 miles from Kalkaska, the county seat 
and nearest shipping station on the G. R. & 
I. R. R. The place takes its name from 
Barker Creek, upon which it is situated. 
The surrounding country is agricultural, pro- 
ducing good wheat, corn, grass and potatoes. 
It is the location of one saw mill. W. H. 
Backes, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Copeland Wm, blacksmith. 
Killgore Rev Orington. 

BARNARD. 

A small settlement in Marion township, 
Charlevoix county, six miles south of Char- 
levoix, the county seat. First settled 1865. 
Population 1 50. There is one saw mill here, 
power for which is derived from Bums' 
creek. The surrounding country produces 
first rate wheat, oats, potatoes and hay. 
Lumber only is shipped. Bernard Bums, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Baker Wm G, blacksmith. 
Burns Bernard, lumber dealer. 
Cool Rev George L, (Methodist.) 
Gillerd Edwin, blacksmith. 

BARNES. 

A station on the J. L, & S. R. R. 120 
miles north of Wenona, and the present 
(Jan. 1875) terminus of the road. {See Gay- 
lard,) 

BARNETT. 

{S^g Shelby. ) 

BASELAKE. 

A postoflfice in Dexter township, Washte- 
naw county, 4>^ miles north of Dexter on 
the Howell road. Two small settlements 
gathered around mills on the Huron river, 
known respectively as Dover and Hudson, 
get their mail at this office. The surround- 
ing country is rolling oak openings inter- 
spersed with numerous small lakes. Flour 
is the only shipment. T. Birkett, postmas- 
ter. Population about 75. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Birkett Thomas, flouring and plaster mills. 

Clarke Henry, physician. 

Pidd A, hotel. 

Reid James, wagon maker. 

BATAVIA. 

Is a postoffice and railway flag-station in 
Batavia township, Branch county, six miles 



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west of Coldwater. It is on the L. S. & M. 
S. R. R. It is in a fanning country and 
there are two saw mills in the vicinity. 
Lumber and cider are the principal ship- 
ments. There is no village as yet at Bata- 
via. William Barnes, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Barnes Daniel, station agent. 

Boiler E, grocery. 

Hague Rev J, (Methodist.) 



BATH. 

A village in Bath township in the south- 
east part of Clinton county. It is a station 
on the J. L. & S. R. R.^ eight miles north of 
Lansing and 19 southwest of Owosso. It 
is 20 miles south of St. Johns, The sur- 
rounding country is rolling and adapted for 
farming. Grain is the staple product. Some 
hardwood lumber is manufactured. Popu- 
lation, 300. Telegraph, Western Union ; 
Express, American. A. H. Clark, postmas- 
ter. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Alcott & Brown Misses, millinery. 
Brower & Benson, wagon makers. 
Clark A H, general merchandise and justice 

of the peace. 
Davis J C, carpenter. 
DeBar N J, hotel. 
Dryer N A, physician. 
Goodhue M F, blacksmith. 
Hall Walter S, blacksmith. 
Hall W L, blacksmith. 
Haskins Wm H, physician. 
Hawley Elijah M, commission merchant. 
Hawley H H, justice of the peace. 
Smith Thomas^ general store and express 

agent. 
Stewart H P, boots and shoes. 
Van Leuven Wm M, general store. 
Watson 8l Woodman, saw mill. 
Whitney & DeBar, meat market. 

BATTLE CREEK. 



The largest and most prosperous city of 
Calhoun county. It is located in the north- 
western part of the county, at the junction 
of Battle creek with the Kalamazoo river. 
It is the point of intersection of the Michi- 
gan Central and the Chicago and Lake 
Huron railways, being 121 miles west of De- 
troit, 163 from Chicago and 45 southwest 
from Lansing. The place was first settled 
about 40 years ago, was incorporated as a 
village in 1850 and as a city in 1859. The 
corporation is two miles square and is divi- 
ded into four wards. The population has 
not increased during the past two years, being 
now reckoned at 6,000. 

Battle Creek is essentially a manufactur- 



ing point. Besides six flouring mills, t 
woolen factory and two furniture factoriesJ 
there are the Nichols & Shepherd Manufac! 
turing Co., builders of threshing machine%' 
capital $500,000 ; the Battle Creek knittinfl 
mills, capital $75,000, the Battle Greet 
Machinery Co., capital $30,000 ; the Amct- 
ican Edge Tool Co., capital $30,000; tht 
Upton Manufacturing Co., agricultural im* 
plements, capital $ioo,OQO, besides other 
manufacturing concerns in various branches. 

Battle Creek is the headquarters of the 
Seventh-Day Adventist denomination, and 
here they have a college building costing 
$35>ooo and a publishing house with a cap- 
ital of $100,000, from which emanate several 
periodicals, besides tracts, books and pamph- 
lets, printed in five different languages and 
circulating in all parts of the world. The 
Adventists are an exceedingly prosperooi 
and happy people. 

There are two banks, the First National, 
capital $100,000, and the City Bank, capital 
$50,000. The leading hotel is the Potter 
House, kept by Henry Potter. The Briley 
hotel, formerly the Morse House, is a weU 
kept hotel. The public halls are the Opera 
House and the City Hall. Battle Creek 
boasts one of the finest school buildings in 
the State, its cost being about $80,000. 
There are some nine churches, the leading 
ones being the Congregational and Presby- 
terian, the Methodist, the Baptist, the Epis- 
copal (St. Thomas), and the Dutch Re- 
formed. There is also one daily newspaper, 
the yournal, and three weeklies. The Amer- 
ican Express and the Western Union, At- 
lantic & Pacific and American telegraph 
lines have offices here. Postmaster, Wm. 
Wallace. 

The country around Battle Creek is mod- 
erately undulating with a good soil, produc- 
ing wheat, com and all kinds of fruit. Wool 
also is a staple product. These, with floar 
and live stock, are largely shipped hence. 
The river and creek furnishes a valuable 
water power. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Adams Samuel, fancy goods, 15 E Main. 

Adams A Smitb, Carriage and Wagon 
mnfrs, Canal. {Set adv.) 

Our Age (weekly), Mrs Lois Waisbrooker 
editress and proprietress, 68 Cherry. 

Allen Lewis J, msurance, i W Main. 

Amberg & lielmer, druggists and booksel- 
lers, 9 E Main. 

American Edge Tool Co, L S Scott prcs, 
George L. Doolittle sec, w city limits. 

American Express Co, Canal. 

American Hotel, J Williams propr, 
42 E Main. 

American Telegraph Co, Miss E Sweet 
manager. 



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THE SEVENTH-DAY 

Ad7$ntlst MHshing Association 

ZLD. JAKES WEITE, President. KISS A. X. S&ISCAIL, Secretary. 

BATTLE CREEK, MICH. 

Was incorporated May 3d, 1861. It immediately erected a two-story 
brick building in the form of a Greek cross, the main portion 26x66, the 
transverse section 26x44, and has since erected two other buildings of the 
same size and form to meet the wants of its increasing business. It issues the 
following publications : 

The Advent Revicvsr, a large eight page Weekly. Circulation... 7,000 

The Health Reformer, a 32 page magazine, monthly. '* ... 8,000 

The Youths' Instructor, an 8 page Monthly. " ... 6,000 

The Advent Tidende, a 32 page Monthly. (Danish Maga- 
zine.) Circulation i,goo 

The Svensk Advent Harold Swedis Monthly. Circulation 1,900 

Also 100 different works on the 

PROPHESIES AND OTHER BIBLE SUBJECTS. 



Steam Book and Job Printing 

EXECUTED IN THE BEST STYLE. 



j^ X) X3 ja, :Ei e e, 

R/evie'^v a^nd. Hei*a.ld, 

Battle Creekp - MZCHZGAIT. 



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Austin & Hoffmaster, dry goods, 15 W 

Main. 
Avery Albert F, watches and jewelry, 15 E 

Main. 
Badirley Samnel I19 Leather, Hides 

Wool etc, W Canal. 
Baird Henry £, billiard saloon, 38 £ Main. 
Baldwin Mrs Eleanor, millinery, 14 £ 

Main. 
Barber John C, livery, E Canal. 
Barrows George, tobacco and cigars, Canal. 
Barrows Oeorge F, Manager W U 

Telegraph Co, Depot. 
Bartlett Charles E, physician and dentist, 12 

E Main. 
Bartlett Edward R, dentist, 12 E Main. 
Battle Creek House, Wm Taylor propr, Jef- 
ferson. 
Battle Creek Journal (daily and weekly), 

George Willard propr, G W Harris editor, 

2 E Main. 

Battle Creek Knitting Mills, V 

P Collier Pres, A G Jukes Sec and Treas, 
Jefferson. (See adv.) 

Battle Creek Maclilnerjr Co, Wm 

Andrus Pres, Frank Beach Sec and Treas, 
cor Jefferson and M. C. R. R. 

Baxter Carson, carriage maker, S Jefferson. 

Benton Ariel W, barber, E Main, 

Bingham Edson D, cigar maker, 15 Jeffer- 
son. 

Boos John, saloon, Canal. 

Bottomly Hannah S, millinery, 28 E Main. 

Bowen Lavater T, propr Clifton House, S 
Jefferson. 

Bradley Thomas J, merchant tailor, Jeffer- 
son. 

Brings Natkan H, Attorney, 2 Noble 
Block. 

Briley Wm, propr Briley's Hotel, at M C 
R R Depot. 

Briley's Hotel, Wm Briley propr, at 
M C R R Depot. 

Brogan Barnard, grocer, 19 W Main. 

Brooks, Hinman Sl Co, hoe mnfrs, cor Jack- 
son & Canal. 

Brown Henry, merchant tailor, I E Main. 

Brown Wm H, insurance, 3 E Main. 

Brown Wm J, painter, W Canal. 

Buck. Hoyt & Co, furniture, 10 Jefferson. 

Buckley Joseph W, grocer. Main. 

Bucklin Dewitt C, bowling alley, 8 E Main. 

Burch Wiatt R, blacksmith, W Canal. 

Burrall George P, insurance, cor Jefferson 
and Main. 

Cady D W, sale stable, W Jackson, 

Caldwell James T, boots and shoes, 1 1 Jef- 
ferson. 

Caldwell J Martin, boots and shoes, 8 E 
Main. 

Caulkett & Co, meat market, W Main. 

Champion Henry J, agent American Express 
Co, Canal. 



Ckica^o dc liake Huron R B Co. 

H H Roberts division supt, Passenga 
Depot S Jefferson. 
Chilson Nathaniel, agent Battle Creek Un- 
ion Council Patrons of Husbandry, W 
Main. 

City Bank of Battle Creek, R 

Kmgman Pres, R P Kingman Cash, i W 
Main. 

Clapp Elijah carriage mlifr, S Jefferson. 

Clapp & Gildersleeve, cigar mnfrs, W CanaL 

Clifton House, L T Bowen propr, S Jeffer- 
son. 

Collier & Wattles, hardware, E Main. 

Cooper Barringer, boots and shoes, 13 Jef- 
ferson. 

Cox Edward, physician, W Main. 

Crispell Theron, photogfrapher, 7 Jefferson. 

Crossett Corodon D, barber, 7 S Jefferson. 

Cummings Ralph B, grocer, 8 Jefferson. 

Davis Jokn B^ Physician, 12 E Main. 

Davis & McLain, livery and feed stable, E 
Main. 

Davis Obadiah, gun smith, 140 W Main. 

Decker & Ashby, dry goods, 20 E Main. 

Detro John R, Waverly House, Jackson. 

Dibble, Brown A TkomaS. At- 
torneys, Reily Block cor Main and Jcffc^ 
son. 

Dibble Leonidas D, lawyer, 13 Jefferson. 

Dingman Walace, hides and pelts, S Jeffer- 
son. 

Downs David J, livery stable, W Canal. 

I>anlOp Jokn, Merchant Tailor and 
Gent's Furnishing Goods, 4 E Main. 

Eastman Mrs Elizabeth, millinery, 7 W 
Main. 

Ederle Jokn B, Cigar mnfr, n Jeffcr- 
son. 

Edmonds, Dwinell & Co, sash, doors and 
blinds, cor Jackson and Jefferson. 

Eldred Nelson, saddle and harness maker, 9 
S Jefferson. 

Evans John J, barber, I E Main. 

Fairekild Seneea H, Propr Opcrt 

House Dining Hall, 13 and 17 W Main. 

First XatioAal Bank, V P Collier 

Pres, C Wakelee Vice Pres,W H Skinner, 

Cash, E Main. 
Flagg Mrs Abbie R, dre^s maker, Canal. 
FoUett Ephraim, lawyer, 3 W Main. 
Freeman George W, painter, W Canal. 
French Edward, lawyer ana justice of the 

peace, E Main. 
French Simon S, physician, E Main. 
Frensdorf Henry, clothier, i E Main. 
Oallotip ft Hollister, Watches, DiA> 

monds and Jewelry, 4 E Main. 
Galloup, HoUister & Co, dry goods, 4 E Mai». 
Garcia Mrs Marion A, physician, Canal. 
Gardner Beriah P, wagon maker, W Canw. 
Oarfield Montford F, Livery Subie, 

42 E Main. 



AHD BUSINESS 



J. M. WABD & SON, 

General Produce Dealers. 

All ki..uls of 

COUNTRY PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD. 

CBOICE ICCEiaAN VmSAT A SFECIALTT. 

ITareAotMev at BatOt Creek, Bellevue, aimaxi, Bradjf, MaretUus, 

ami Edwardeburg, Michigan, 

MlinUfBctUI^FB of 



CUBUffiS, WllS, BISEIE! t SlQtES, SUtSSUMS 1 tSMS. 

East C anal Street, Battle CJr-eefa, IVIich. 

S-A.li.dl'U'EXi BCOI^a-ES, 

OTSTER HOUSE ^BILLIARD HAIX, 

" -or r. Clo thiol SiOK,) 

No. 1 S. Main B t, BatUs Creek, IQoh. 

Choioa Wlnai, Liquor* and Cigart. 

0;il(n ii lU Stjlu i S^iiltj. 

Pickled TcDEue, Siidinai, LobiMri, f^uned SalaM, 

Clan I, BroiUd Cblckii, Xlc. 
aim* of all Kind! in it> 8ai»ii. 

Warm MmI* ■( >ll Haan. 
Ladin Emir ante m ytfftnm SI, 




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Gilman Joseph F, baker, Jefferson. 
Godsmark Joseph R, boots and shoes, 14 W 

Main. 
Grmndine & Hinman, druggists, 6 E Main. 
Graves Frank S, dentist, 5 W Main. 
Green Wm H, meat market, Main. 
Gregory & Son, pump mnfrs, W Canal. 
Hall Tolman W, justice of the peace, Canal. 
Halladay Bros, grocers, Jefferson. 
Halladay & Evarts, grocers, Main. 
Halladay & Lewis, builders, W Canal. 
Hamblin Alexander C, banker, 17 £ Main. 
Hart Bros, grocers, 6 Jefferson. 
HaiTt Thomas. Flouring Mill, Grain, 
Grass Seeds and Plaster, Canal (Sgf adv.) 
Hawxhurst D C, dentist, 16 E Main. 
Hayward Jabez L, insurance, Canal. 
Helling Bros, fruit preserves, £ Canal. 
Hems Henry, blacksmith, W Main. 
Hibbard Mrs A T. millinery, E Main. 
Hickman George, blacksmith, S Jefferson. 
Hinman B F & H T dry goods, ii E Main. 
Hirschmann J Josepn, saloon, W Canal. 
Hodges Robert, propr Mansfield House, 

Jackson. 
Hfldges Samuel* Billiard Saloon and 

Restaurant, 1 E Main. (^^ acfv.) 
Hodges & Wells, millinery. 18 E Main. 
Holton Bros, druggists, 19 E Main. 
Howard Alvin A, freight and ticket agent, 

C & L H R R Depot. 
Howard J A, veterinary surgeon, E Main. 
Howard Wm H, barber, E Canal. 
Howell Horace, paints and oils, 11 Jeffeison. 
Hubbard Henry H, insurance, 22 E Main. 
Huff Wm D, spring bed mnfr, W Main. 
Hyland Mrs Rebecca, millinery, 20 W Main. 
Jacobs J M & L, dry goods, 13 W Main. 
Jefferson Robert, shoe maker, 10 Jefferson. 
Jefts W & Co, wood workers, W Main. 
Johnson Austin S, physician, 5 W Main. 
Johnson Hiram J, news depot, Canal. 
JobinSOll Tneo D, Photographer, 3 

WMain. 
Jones Fred, barber, 5 W Main. 
Jones Oeorge T* Meat Market, 1 1 W 

Main. 
Jones Sl niclValr. Druggists, Booksel- 
lers and dealers in Cigars and Tobacco, 
13 E Main. (S^e advT) 
Jones & niinty. Cigar Mnfrs, 9 W 

Main. 
Joy A Clapp, Attorneys and Counselors 

at Law, Tribune Building. 
Keeler David, baker, 34 E Main. 
Kellogg John P, broom maker, Main. 
Kellogg Loyal C, flouring mill. Canal. 
KellOi^ff B M & F J9 Cutlery Works, 

S Canal. 
Kincaid Abram, hats and caps, 8 E Main. 
Kinsley Philo, grocer, S Jefferson. 
Knox Thomas G, harness maker, 14 Jeffer- 
son. 



Larsson Peter, Railroad House, S Jefferson. 
Laushey Milton, grocer, Main. 
Lawler Michael, shoe maker, Jefferson. 
Leavens Miss Catherine, millinery, 9 E 

Main. 
Leon & Jennings, grocers, 1 5 Jefferson. 
Lewis James M, liquors, 12 Jefferson. 
Likens Alfred, saloon, Canal. 
Livingston Leavit L, boot and shoe mnfr, E 

Main. 
McCrea S DV & €0, Groceries and 

Corckery, 7 E Main. 
Maas & Bro, clothiers, 22 £ Main. 
McDonald & Jordan, furniture, W Canal. 
MansBeld House, R Hodges propr, Jacksan. 
Marion Michael, grocer, 8 Jefferson. 
Marsh A Moalton, Meat Market, 21 

E Main. 

Mason, Ratbibnn A Co. Planing 

Mill and Lumber Dealers, S Jefferson. 

May, Buck A Fraser, Attorneys and 
Counselors at Law, Tribune Building. 

Maynard Nathan, carriage maker, Jackson. 

Merritt Richard B, founder and machinist, 
W Canal. 

Metealf Brotlierg, Hardware, Stoves 
and Tinware, cor Main and Canal. 

Metealf Mrs T, dress maker, Main. 

Meyer Lewis, clothier, 3 E Main. 

Michigan Tribune (weekly), Woolnough & 
Bordine props, W W Woolnough editor. 
Canal. 

Miller John, clothier, Jefferson. 

Morehouse Warren G, carriage maker, S 
Jefferson. 

Morley Simon H, agricultural works, S Jef- 
ferson. 

Mott Isaac C, nursery, s city limits. 

Murphy John, saloon, W Canal. 

Murphy Robert, grocer, Jefferson. 

Neale M & Wm F, boots and shoes, 9 Jeffer- 
son. 

Newcomer G, physician, 6 E Mayi. 

Nichols, Shephard & Co, threshing machine 
mnfrs, cor Marshall and Union. 

Opera Honse Dining Hail« S H 

Fairchild propr, 13 and 17 W Main. {See 

adv.) 
Osgood & Chapin, jewelers, 2 W Main. 
Osterhoudt & Mack, millinery, 18 E Main. 
Owen John, shoemaker, 30 £ Main. 
Owen Wm J, meat market, Jefferson. 
Packer Boardman H, produce, S Jefferson. 
Parker Mrs Mary B, hats and caps. Main. 
Parks Mrs Mary E, dress maker, Canal. 
Patrons of Husbandry, N Chilson purchasing 

agent, W Main. 
Peaslee Franklin E, books and stationery, 2 

W Main. 
Peavey C C & Co, tanners, hides and pelts, 

W Main. 
Penniman John H, dentist, 20 E Main. 
Phillips Albanus M, dentist, 2 £ Main. 



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THOMAS HART, 

MERCHANT MILLER, 

BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN. 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE. 



AU orders for coarse grains will receive prompt attention. Choice grades of Michigan 
loar constantly on hand and milled to order, in small or round lots to suit purchasers. 

Battle Creek gnitting Mills, 

Manufacturers of 

Salt SUrti, Diawe^ mi Jaekdti. 

Special Inducements Offered to the Retail Trade. 



:^^v 



V. p. COLLIER, President. 



A. G. JUKES. Sec'7 & Treas. 



ELI L. JONES. 



, J. MONROE M'NAIR. 



JOXTSS A SColTAZXl. 



Drnggists, Booksellers, 



•AND- 



REGULATOK DRUG STOKE, 13 East Main street, 

BATTLE CREEK, MICH. 

3Sr. SL^A^a-HIT <5c CO., 

Wholesale Dealert In 

Lumber, Shingles, Lath, 



T I HS^ B B 12/ , ETC. 

Bninoh Yard at 

BATTLE CREEK, MICH. 

Ofloe and HIU %X Trnfant Stotion, 10 Miles Horth of GreeBTiUo. 



O aaarat Olllea ai 

GREENVILLE. MICH. 



Potter Henry, propr Folter H-a;s. (S« 

adv.) 
Powell & BoughtoQ, grocers, 7 JefTcison. 
Purcell John, grocer, ll W Main. 
Reed George, pump mafr, S Jefferson. 
Roberts Ileory H, division aupt C & L H R 

R Co. S Jefferson. 
Roberts Bamnel, agent Singer Sewing 

Machines and dealer in Organs, W Main. ' 
Bobertson ThonuM W, Pbrsiclan 

and Su^oB, 7 E Main. 
Rockwell Charles, jeweler, 6 E Main. 
RosenReld Wm, tobacco and liquors, 24 E 

Rosenthal Joseph D, clothier, 18 E Main. 
Roes Miss Harriet A, millinery. 10 £ Main. 



R.w  Chir'c.. grocer, 11 S Jefferson. 
Ru'fctl MoziesB, lawjrerand justice of peace, 

E Main. 
Russell & Wadleigh, lawyers, E Main. 
Rust Elbridge G, pictures and frames, I W 

MUQ. 

Salisbury, Lindsay & Co, tailor^ 3 W Main. 
Schuster Ernest, barber, Canal. 

Seventh-Day Adrcnttet PabHsh- 
Intr Association, Elder Jas Wbit^ 
Pres ; Miss A M DricafI Sec, 1 1 7 1 19 and 
III Main, [Set adv.) 

Shafer J H & M C, marble works. Main. 



HENRY 
Battle Creek, 



POTTER, 



Propr. 
Miehicfan. 



Opera House Dining Hall and Billiard Saloon. 

S. H. FAIRCHILD, Propr. 



dl)oi6e Wine^ 4 I<iqnoi'^ 

TO BE E^ AT THE OITTOS. 



13, IS & IT- Kaat Main St., 
BATTLE CREEK, MICH. 



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Shipnuin Fhineas H, shoe maker, Jefferson. 

Sooner T B & Co, dry g«ods, 16 £ Main. 

Slade John, wagon maker, W Canal. 

Slastat If dt Co, Lumber Dealers, S Jef- 
ferson. (Sr^ a^/v.) 

Smitll Ellis R, Book and Newjs Dealer, 
25 E Main. 

Sayder BoUver, livery, Jackson. 

Sottthworth Edward N, meat market, Main. 

Speakman Miss Rachael T, physician, 76 W 
Main. 

Spencer Joseph V, physician, 22 E Main. 

Stahl John, brewer, e city limits. 

StebUns & Coon, dry goods, 5 E Main. 

Steward Mrs Mary, dress maker, Jefferson. 

Stewart L H, lawyer, W Main. 

Sallivan Harry, horse shoer, 5 Jackson. 

Swuts W Alfred, meat market, Jefferson. 

Sweet Miss Emma, manager Am Tel Co, 
Canal. 

Tapscoti Anne, hair goods, ii Jefferson, 

Taylor Wm, propr Battle Creek House, Jef- 
ferson. 

Thompson Qement R, grocer, 26 E Main. 

Titas & Hicks, flouring mills, S Canal. 

Tozer Thomas, shoe maker, Jefferson. 

Underbill Edward T, fancy goods, 5 W Main. 

Cpton ManaflMstaring €0, Michi- 

rn Sweepstakes Threshing Machines, J 
Upton Pres, H S Strong Sec and Treas, 
cor Canal and Jackson. 

▼anPnum^h Benjamin, Cigar Man- 

afacturer, 32 E Main. 

Van Xalkenburgh John A, grocer, 7 W Main. 

Waisbrook Mrs Lois, editress and proprie- 
tress of "'Our Age," 68 Cherry. 

Wakelee Theodore, grocer, 12 W Main. 

Wakelee & Vail, dry goods, 14 E Main. 

Wallace Wm, postmaster, postoffice. 

WaHl J BI A Son, General Produce 
Dealers and Flouring Mills, Jefferson. 

Waters Oscar, freight and passenger agent 

M C R R, Depot. 
Wattles Jervis, physician, 2 E Main. 
WaTerly House, J R Detro propr, Jackson. 
Weaver Thomas, barber, W Canal. 
Weikgenant Christian, saloon, 12 Jefferson. 
WersCein I^eopold. Restaurant and 

Saloon, cor Canal aad Packer. 
Western Union Tel Co, G F Barrows mana* 

ger. Depot. 

Whipple * Andrews, grocers, 138 

ICain. 
White Elder James, pres Adventist Associa- 

tiai, 121 Main. 
Wibcit Samuel, saloon, Jefferson. 
Wilhorft Perry, furniture, 37 Main. 
WiUard DeForest, insurance, E Main. 
WiUinnu D A €0, Glove Mnfrs, 18 E 

Bfaiu. 
Williams James, propr American Hotel, 42 

EMain. 



Willitts & Piatt, blacksmiths, cor Jackson 
and Jefferson. 

Woodworth Horatio T, photographer, E 
Main, 

Woolnough Walter W, editor Michigan Tri- 
bune, Canal. 

Wright Sheldon C, photographer, 5 E Main. 

Wright Walter S, pictures, 10 E Main. 

Wright J Warren, pianos and organs, 10 E 
Main. 

Young Mrs Amanda, dress maker, 2 E Main. 

Zang George F, tailor, 17 Jefferson. 

Zang John, saloon, 30 E Main. 

Zang Nicholas, saloon, W^ Canal. 

Zang Peter, saloon, Jefferson. 



BAY OTTY. 

Bay City, the county seat of Bay county, 
is situated on the east bank of the Saginaw 
river, four miles from its mouth. The river 
is navigable to this point for the largest sized 
vessels. Bay City is the northern terminus 
of the Detroit and Bay City railroad, also of 
the main line of the Flint and Pere Mar- 
quette. The Jackson, Lansing and Saginaw 
railroad passes through it and it will be the 
eastern terminus of the Grand Rapids and 
Bay City railroad, not yet completed. Its 
commercial advantages are thus very great. 

The population is now claimed to be up- 
wards of 14,000 and rapidly increasing. Dur- 
ing the first six months of 1873, $1,000,000 
were expended in building improvements 
within the corporate limits of the city. 
These limits comprise an area four miles in 
length by two in breadth. The city con- 
tains 12 churches, a high school and five 
ward schools, 4 banks with a united capital 
of $760, 000, about 25 hotels of all grades, 2 
daily and 3 weekly newspapers, and one of 
the finest opera houses in the State. 

Bay City is essentially a manufacturing 
city, though as yet these interests are con- 
fined chiefly to lumber and salt. There are 
however several foundries and machine 
shops and a very extensive wooden gas and 
water pipe factory. The city is lighted with 
gas and supplied with water by the Holly 
system. The pumps are supplied with pure 
water from Saginaw Bay through a conduit 
pipe of 30 inches diameter, 4^^ miles in 
lenth, and is distributed in the city through 
over 20 miles of the wooden pipe manufac- 
tured in the city and which gives excellent 
satisfaction. 

In public buildings Bay City can point with 
pride to architectural beauty and adornment 
combined with solidity, surpassed by no city 
in the State. 

The city contains 77 manufacturing estab- 
lishments with an aggregate capital of $4,- 
086,789. Of these & are saw mills in 



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which are 34 circular saws and 21 gangs. 
The lumber shipments of the city during the 
season of 1874 aggregate 350,000,000 feet, of 
a value of four and a half million of dollars. 

Bay City is situated upon the great salt 
basin of the Saginaw Valley, the develop- 
ment of which commencing in i860, with 
the shipment from the city of 2,000 barrels, 
has reached the enormous amount of 486,343 
barrels shipped in 1874, value $700,000. 

In population Bay City has increased from 
800 in i860 to 7,064 in 1870, and 13,676 in 
1874, ^ ^^^^ ^^ increase which enables her 
to rank fourth in point of numbers as com- 
pared with other cities in the State. The 
population is largely made up from the East- 
ern States, while the thrifty Germans, indus- 
trious Canadian French, Irish and Poles 
form a heterogenious population, the com- 
bination of which proves eminently satisfac- 
tory in the growth and progress of the city. 

The aggregate value of property within 
the corporate limits of the city increased 
from $5,000,000 in 1870 to $9,000,000 in 
1874, The school property of the city is 
valued at $125,000 including the handsome 
high school building, costing $40,000, and 
five ward buildings one of which is of brick, 
recently completed, and cost $12,000. 

The water works have cost the city thus 
far $227,000, which will be increased to 
$300,000 by the full completion of the sys- 
tem, including the inlet pipe, costing $100,- 
000. The completion of this system will 
leave Bay City second in the State in point 
of water supply, in its purity and abundance. 

Its paid fire department consists of four 
hose companies of seven men each, taking 
their water supply from the hydrants, which 
are found at every street intersection. 

The regular police force of the city con- 
sists of nine men, including the marshal 
and assistant marshal. When it is remem- 
bered that this force is efficient to preserve 
order in a city spreading over a distance of 
four miles in length by two in breadth, 
whose population is augmented in the 
spring of the year by thousands of transient 
men from the lumber, camps in the adjoining 
counties, it may well be said to speak vol- 
umes for the good character of the popula- 
tion. 

In street improvements Bay City ranks 
second only to Detroit among the cities of 
the State, Five of its principal streets are 
paved with the Nicolson and WycoflF patent 
wood pavements, of which about three 
miles in length has been laid. Over one 
mile of this is of white cedar blocks. The 
city has purchased the Wycoff patent, and 
the laying of two miles of paving is con- 
templated for the season of 1875, About 
four miles of the streets are planked. 



The city enjoys the advantages of a pub- 
lic library, comprising about 5,000 volumes, 
from which by the report of the librarian 
there was given out between April 1st and 
December 15th, 1874, 14,500 volumes, with 
a loss of but three volumes. 

The churches of the city will compare 
favorably with those of other cities of the 
State in number, value, and membership. 
That of the First Baptist Society, costing 
$80,000, can boast according to experts, 
** the most beautiful, symmetrical and pe^ 
fectly proportioned spire on the continent." 
In membership the different societies are 
eminently prosperous. 

The growth of Bay City is undoubtedly 
due to a great extent to the railroad facilities 
presented by the Flint and Pere Marquette, 
which here makes its northern terminus. 
The Detroit and Bay City Railroad connect- 
ing at Lapeer with the Port Huron and 
Lake Michigan, and the Jackson, Lansing 
and Saginaw Railroad, which on its line 
from Jackson and the south to its ultimate 
terminus at Mackinac, crosses the Saginaw 
river to Bay City, making junction with the 
Detroit and Bay City Railroad. These 
several lines of road are connected at the 
southern limits of the city and again near the 
business center, by the Bay City Street and 
Transit Railroad, which, with its track of 
six miles, extending from Essexville at the 
mouth of the river to the south limits of the 
city, is calculated to enable the transfer of 
rail cars from the mills and manufactories 
on its line to the different roads ; thus bring- 
ing the entire body of manufacturing estab- 
lishments in the city into the enjoyment of 
all the privileges to be obtained from these 
lines of road connecting with all portions of 
the land, facilities enjoyed by the inhabitants 
of but few cities in the nation. 

A recently published history of the city, 
by H. S. Dow of the Lumberman* s Gasette^ 
is a readable work of too pages, replete with 
valuable information of a historic and statis- 
tical nature. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Abbott Mrs G H, news depot. Water bet 

31st and 32d. 
Aldridge.O.A Co, Druggists, cor 3d 

and Water. 
Allan John, shoemaker, Water bet loth and 

nth. 
Altmark & Elbinger, dry goods, 206 N 

Water. 

American £xpre§8 €)a, 4tli « 0^ 

Water. 

Ames Chas A, real estate, cor 4th and Wa- 
ter. 

Anderson Mrs Augusta J, hair dresser, 7 
Bimey Block. 



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THOMAS CKISPIl, 

Manufacturer of 

CRISPIN'S GANG LATH MILL, 

AL^O 

Cris Dlter- 



The Bolter can be used for Bolting Walnut Limbs for Chair Factories or Cabinet 
Makers ; it can also be used as a Self-feeding Machine for Culling Broom and Shovel 
Handles, Stave* and Barrel Headings. 

Fa«toT7, Cor. SEVENTH and ADAMS Sta. 

Address alt orders to THOMAS CRISPIN, Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, 

BAY CITY, MICH. 

WENONA PLASTEK MILL. 



SMITHS (& BBARD, 

WARRASTED BSST IH fHB WORLD. 

C^3L.CI1TE3D :PIj.A.STBI?/. 
OF SUPBBIGR QUALITY. 

Address, 

WENONA, MICH. 

M. C3-OLX)E!lT, Agent. 



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Anderson A Jones* Dining Saloon, 

under Campbell House. (See adv,) 
Andrew Nicholas, blacksmith, Saginaw bet 

3d and 4th. 
Andrews Edward W, lawyer, cor Water and 

31st. 
Andrews Mary, saloon, Saginaw bet 1st and 

2d. 
Anneke Emil, lawyer. Water bet 4th and 

5th. 
Anneke & Wilkins, abstract office, Water 

bet 4th and 5th. 
Anscomb Alonzo* Livery Stable, Sag- 

inaw bet 2d and 3d. 
Antbonir James* Tobacco and Cigars, 

224 N vTater. 
Anthony Louis, clothing, 218 N Water. 
Argle & Simpson, blacksmiths, 3d e of Wash- 
ington. 
Arnold Fred, baker, cor 5th and Saginaw. 
Arnold Gottfried, baker, N Water. 
Asch Samuel, saloon, Campbell House Block. 
Ashley Andrew J, grocer, cor Water and 

23d. 
Astor House, D J Kennedy propr, cor Har- 
rison and S Center. 
Atkins L Q, undertaker, cor 1 8th and Water. 
Atkinson Bros, painters, 113 Washington. 
Atlantic Salt Works, Daniel A. Marshall 

Supt, n end city. 
Au Gres Boom Co, Edwin T. Carrington 

sec, dock bet 5th and Center, 
Ayres Geo, boots and shoes, Taylor & Rose 

Block. 
Bad River Boom Co, Richard J Carney sec, 

office Water foot 6th. 
Bailey & Orton, hardware, cor 4th and 

Water. 
Baker James H, barber, Water bet 31st and 

32d. 
Bancroft F A & Co, dry goods, Opera House 

Block. 
Bamum !Edwln H* Lumber Commis- 
sion Agent and Dealer, Shearer Block. 

(See adv.) 
Barse Wm H, insurance agent, Union Block. 
Bascom Henry C, guns etc, 204 N Wattr. 
Baxter Wm J, lumber, 18 Munger Block. 
Bay City Bank, Geo Lewis pres, Geo H 

Young cash, cor Center and Saginaw. 
Bay City Bridge Co, C E Jennison pres, 

Isaac H Hill sec, office Jennison Block. 
Bay City Gas Light Co, James Clements sec 

and treas, Water bet nth and 12th. 

Bay City Oreen House* Wm H De 

Lisle propr, cor loth and Farragut, office 
Beckwith Block 5th e of Saginaw. {&e 
adv.) 
Bay City Iron Co, Benjamin F. Ray 
pres, Justin Pond sec, cor ist and Madi* 
son. {See adv.) 

Bay City Meat Market* John S 

Roe propr, Taylor & Rose Block, {^e adv.) 



Bay City Novelty Works, founders and ma- 
chinists, cor Lord and Ann. 

Bay Ctty Steam Boiler Works, 

McKinnon & Co Proprs, Water bet lOth 
and nth. 

Bay City Street Railway ۥ, 

James Clements Pres ; James D Warner 

Sec, office cor 2d and Water. 
Beaubien Theodore J, fancy goods, 105 N 

Water. 
Beek Jacob, Upholsterer, 5th bet Sagi- 
naw and Water. 
Beckwith Luther, lawyer. Bank Block. 
Beebe & Braddock, root beer mnfrs, cor 

Harrison and 35th. 
Beers Stephen^ A, freight agent F & P M 

Ry, depot cor Adams and 5th. 
Beers A Glllett, Lime and Mascn's 

Supplies, Water bet 1st and 2d. {Seeadtf] 
Bennett John D, livery, Saginaiy bet 4th 

and 5th. 
Bertch Louis, meat market, 112 Center. 
Berter Charles F, gunsmith, 5th e Saginaw. 
Bissell Prosper D, grocer, Campbell nr 

Dolsen. 
Blackman F H & Co, clothing, 108 N 

Water. 
Blackman H & Co, grocers, cor Water and 

nth. 
Blalsdell Hiram, Lawyer, i Watson 

Block. 
Bloom field Mrs Charles J, millinery, Cno* 

age Block. 
Board of Water Works, Erastus L Dunbar 

sec, office Opera House Block. 
Boiteu George, boots and shoes, cor Water 

and 31st. 
Bouchard Israel S, boots and shoes, Water 

bet 31st and 32d. 
Boyle John, saloon, foot 3d. 
Braddock A C & Sons, mnfrs oars, sculls 

and poles, cor Water and Fremont. 
Braddock Charles S, insurance, 108 S Wa- 
ter. 
Bradley H M A €0, Lumber and Salt 

Mnfrs, Water foot loth. 
Brawn A & Co, harness makers, 208 Center. 
Brazzelton Louis N, barber, 117 N Water. 
Breckler & Lewenstein, clothing, Ronech 

Block. 
Breden Wilson, physician, cor 4th and 

Water. 
Bridge Hotel, Isaac Oby propr, cor Water 

and 23d. 
Brody Simon, tobacco and cigars. Water bet 

loth and nth. 
Brown Martin W, meat market, 1 2th. 

Brown Tbomas A Bro, Sample 

Rooms, Tobacco and Cigars, foot 3d. 
Bruner C & Bro, grocers, cor Center and 

Saginaw. 
Barr Wm H, Physician, i McConnick 

Block. 



BAY AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BAY Itt 

DOZiSSXT, CBi^ PZ2T <& BKOm 

Manufacturers of 

Gang-Sawed Lumber. 

X^^TII and ^AJLTT. 

S.F.BA7,Fnst. J. FOND. See'y. E. 9. BOTE. Treas. Bireeton: E.a.BOTSuidJ. POHI). 

BAY CITY IRON COMPANY, 

Office and Works Cor. FIRST and MADISON Streets. 



And nli Kindm of Mnehin^ry Pertaining to Saw MiUn^ Salt Wells, SteanUoais, Tugs, 

nredges. Etc,, Etc., Manufactured. 

The Bay City Iron Company's Works are supplied with the Very Best of New Machinery. 

ALL WORK EKECUTED PROMPTLY. 

SIEPHEN A. BEERS. JOSEPH A. GILLETT. 

-BJEERS & GIL11.ETT, 

Successorg to C. M. AVERILL, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

And Dealers in 

Buifding Stone, Calcined Plaster, 

Water Lime, Plastering Hair, and Brick of all Kinds. 
JS. Wafer St., near Railroad Bridge, 



J^U1<T1<T <Sc oo., 

Manufacturers of 

Gang, Circular, Upright and Lath Mills, 

HEATERS, PARALLEL EDGERS, 

« 

BOLTINa HACHIITES, aLOBE VAL7ES, IQLL aSASINa, ETC. 



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Campan Frank X, dry goods, Water bet 
31st and 32d. 

Campbell &. Co, ship yard, on river, east end 
city. 

Campbell House, Charles A Jay 
Propr, cor 3d and Water. 

Campbell Miss Jennie, hair dresser, cor 5th 
and Saginaw. 

Campbell & Tyler, grocers, Bimey Block. 

Canneld Gilbert J, photographer, McEwan 
Block. 

Card Mrs Sarah A, millinery, 120 N Wa- 
ter. 

Carney RlCbard J, Lumber Com- 
mission Dealer and Mnfr, Water foot 6th. 

Carney Tbomas Jr, Planing Mill 

and Sash, Doors and Blinds, Water bet 

nth and 12th. 
Carney Mrs Thomas sr, millinery, cor 5th 

and Washington. 
Oarrington & Plummer, general store, Dock 

bet 5th and Center. 
Carroll William S, Carroll House, cor 

Water and 32d. 
Carroll & Kinney, meat market, Harrison 

bet 35th and S Center. 
Carter &^Bush, grocers, cor 9th and Madi- 
son. 
Carter A Maltby* Produce Dealers, 

Paine Block. 
Casey John P, saloon, 109 4th. 
Cathcart Wm A, insurance, Shearer Block. 
Catlin Isaac H, sash and doors, cor Water 

and 8th. 
Center House, Martin Roach Propr, 

cor Water and 24ih. 
Champagne Thomas, barber, cor 3d and 

Water. 
Champion Richard, propr Quebec House, 

Water. 
Chapin & Barber, lumber, cor Water and 

Bellinda. 

Cbroniele Printlnar AcHSoelatlon, 

Publishers Daily and Weekly Chronicle, 

Arthur M Bimey, Business Manager, 

Birney Block. 
Clark Chester £, grocer. Water bet 7th and 

8th. 
Clark Wm B, grocer, cor ist and Van 

Buren. 
Clarke James, physician. Water bet 32d and 

Clifford Payson A, confectioner. Water bet 

7th and 8th. 
Cobb George P, lawyer. Bank Block. 
Colbum Charles B, photographer, 9 Gris- 

wold Block. 
Colbum Elizur J, photographer, Watson 

Block. 
Colbum Josiah N, painter, Taylor &. Rose 

Block. 
Collection Bank, Geo A Cook cashier, cor 

4tk and Water. 



Coman Lucien S, druggist. Shearer Block. 

Conmey Thomas, boots and shoes, Water 
bet 6th and 7th. 

Conrad John, saloon, Saginaw s of 5th. 

Cooke & Co, dry goods, Munger Block. 

Cool J S& Son, furniture, 915 S Water. 

Coon Sam, International Hotel, cor 4th and 
Saginaw. 

Cooper Thos J, manager Western Unioa 
Telegraph Co, 15 Watson Block. 

Corey Lyon, Corey House, cor Watson and 
30th. 

Corson James R jr, grocer, cor Water and 
13th. 

Corwin William S, barber, 310 N Water. 

Coryeon John, lime kilns. Water foot 22d. 

Cottrell Charles B, real estate, Munger 
Block. 

Crable & Stowe, insuranca^ 3 Watson Block. 

Craft will T, Metropolitan Dining 
Rooiti, cor Center and Water (Sefaiii.) 

Crampton Houaey W Moran Propr, 
cor Water and 32d. 

Crampton William, propr Eagle House, 
Water bet 35th and S Center, 

Crandell Frank, books and stationery. Union 
Block. 

Crispin Tbomas* Mnfr Lath Machin- 
ery, cor 7th and Adams. {&^ adv.) 

Cueny Meinrad, tobacco and cigars, 117 
Center. 

Culbert John, printer, 206 Center. 

Culver Descum, lumber, Opera House 
Block. 

Cumberland House, E D Hayes propr, 
Water bet 1st and 2d. 

Currey Daniel, confectionery, cor 6th and 
Washington. 

Custom House, John McDermott deputy 
collector. Maxwell Block. 

De Lany Daniel, wagonmaker, Water ft 2d. 

De litsle William H, Seedsman and 
Florist, cor 5th and Saginaw. {Sef aJv.) 

DeMarS Henry, Grocer, cor Wash- 
ington and 1 2th. 

Denison Charles H, lawyer, ii Watson 
Block. 

Denison T Riley, coal, 303 Water. 

Dennis Lewis, saloon, Water bet 31st and 
32d. 

Detroit and Bav City R R, Fred- 
erick H Lord TicKCt Agent, Passenger 
Depot cor Washington and Woodside 
ave; George E King Freight Agent, 
Freight Depot cor Monroe and Woodside 
ave. 

Detroit House, Paul Geul propr, Saginaw 
bet 8th and 9th. 

Devlin Bernhard, confectioner, Water bet 
31st and 32d. 

Dolsen Asa B, laundry, Heumann Block. 

Dolaen, Cbapin A Bro, Lumber 

and Salt, cor Water and Dolsen. {Setath:) 



BAY AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BAY TllJ 

M. A. ROOT. D. J. THAYER. 

No. 118 North Water Street, 
BAY CITY. - - MICHIGAN. 

HOOT A TSATSK, 

GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING I 

PIANOS, Weber, Hazelton, Steck, and Haden & Sons, 
ORGANS, Smith American, Paclcard, and Simmons & Clougli. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Sheet Music, MTialc Books, and all Idnda of Mnslcal lierchandli». 

Manufacture! of all Kinds of 

GATSTG SA^AVISr LUMBER & LATH, 

Bay City, Bay County, Michigan. 

JAMES SHEARER. G. H. SHEARER. GORDON W. LLOYD. F. J. STEVENSON. 

I HAVE FOR SALE A 

Gang Ziatli Mill and Log Turner. 

Capacity of Lath Machine 45,000 feet per day (lol^) hours), the same as one now 
nscd m the mill ot H. W. Sage & Co-, Wenona, Mich. For further information apply 
to or correspond with, G£0. H. SH£ARER, Box 1425, BAY CITY, MICH. 

Bay City &OWOSSO Marble Works, 

Cor. Third and Washington Sts., Bay City, IMich. 

Also at Owosso^ Mich. 

Minvficturers and Dealers in Monuments and Headstones of every Style and Finish, 

from the best Italian and American Marble. 

GRANITE MONUMENTS A SPECIALTY. 

A Urge Stock of Finished Work on Hand. Satisfaction Guaranteed in Price and Work. 
D W. WHEELER, Prei. J. B. WHEELER, Sec, and Treat. S. BEARD, Gen. Manager. 
D. C. SMALLEY. WM. SMALLEY. JAS. S. SMALLEY. 



STfATiTiTRT BROS. A CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Steam Snginos, Saw M o&d Salt Works Uaohl&drjr, 

Brass and Iron Castings of all Kinds. 

Agents for Judson's Governor, the Earl Steam Pump, and Morris, Tasker & Co.'s Tubing. 
Particular attention paid to Repairing. All discrepancies reported immediately. 

8aginaw Sire^tf bet T^fUf^ imd Eleventh Streets. 



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Itorian Franky Saloon and Boarding, 

3d e of Saginaw. 
Dow Henry S^ Publisher Lumberman's 

Gazette, Opera House Block. {See adv.) 
Drake £ J & Son, grocers, cor 4th and 

Water. 
Urake Joblly Deputy Collector United 

States Internal Revenue and Insurance 

Agent, Postoffice Lx)bby. 
Hack £iyah, Grocer, cor Water and 

1 2th. 
Duford Joseph, boot and shoe maker, Bel- 

linda nr Campbell. 
During Theodore, fancy goods, 115 Center. 
E^le House, W Crampton propr, Water 

bet 35th and S Center. 
Eastman Mrs Clara, hair dresser, 5 Birney 

Block. 
Eastwood Joseph, clothing, 208 N Water. 
Eddy, Avery & Co, lumber and salt, Water 

bet loth and nth 
Eddy & Co, hatters, cor Center and Water. 
Eddy D L & Co, grocers, Water bet 6th and 

7th. 
Edwards G D & Co, clothing, 103 N Water. 
Ehrlich Leopold, dry goods, 108 N Water. 
Eickemeyer Edward, builder, cor 6th and 

Adams. 
Ellsworth & Parish, grocers, Bank Block. 
Erwin Robert W, physician, 117 Center. 
Evans John L, sewing machines, 109 N 

Water. 
Evans Robert L, physician, 5 McCormick 

Block. 
I'eldman Jacob, meat market, cor Water 

and 7th. 
Ferguson Adam, grocer, cor Broadway and 

18th. 
Ferguson & Honey, grocers, cor Harrison 

and 35th. 
Ferris R & Bro, grocers, cor 3d and Monroe. 
Feyerabend Otto, saloon. Water. 
Fingland James, saloon, 504 N Saginaw. 
First National Bank, James Shearer pres, 

Byron E Warren cash, cor Center and 

Washington. 
Fislier Charles D, Postmaster and 

Dealer in Confectionery, Tobacco, Cigars, 

etc. Water bet 31st and 32d, Portsmouth. 
Fitzhugh Charles C, real estate. 206 N 

Water. 
Fitzhugh Daniel H jr, real estate, 206 N 

Water. 
Flint & Pere Marquette Railway, A Pa- 

triarche, pa.ss agt ; S A Beers, freight agt, 

depots on Adains, Jefferson and 5th. 
Flower Selden A, insurance, 108 S Water. 
FohM^m A Arnold, Lumber and Salt 

Mnfrs, cor Water and Johnson. 
Foote S £ & Co, auction and loan office, 

Campbell House Block. 
Forest City House, C Heinzmann, propr, cor 

Washington and 6th. 



Forsyth Oscjir F, hardware, 214 N^ '^''ater. 
Fox William, Propr Moulton House, 

cor 4th and Saginaw. 
Frank Ernst, tobacconist, 122 N Water. 
Frantz Charles, saloon, 117 N Water. 
Franer HoitSCf Wm Perry, l*ropr, cor 

Center and Water. 
Frazher Joseph, saloon, 906 CampHeH. 
Fritz Jac*ob, Meat Market, Water bet 

30th and 31st. 
Fry berg Charles, dyer, Saginaw bet 4 th and 

5th. 
Fuller Wm, saloon, cor 3d and Water. 
Gariepy Joseph P, physician, Simon 'Klock. 
Gates Edwin H, physician, cor 3CI and 

Water. 
Gates & Fay, lumber, cor 6th and Water. 
Gibbs John, restaurant, Water bet 5th and 

Center. 
Gibson & Bartlett, grocers, Cranage Block. 
Giertz Ernst, meat market, Water bet 1 1 th 

and 1 2th. 
Gilbert llarvey,Phybician, also Oculist 

and Aurist, i and 2 Cranage Block. 
Glrardln VeitUHte, Physician, 216 N 

Water. 
Globe Hotel, Wells & Son, proprs, cor 5th 

and Water. 
OoldOll lUtcbael, Agt Wenona Plaster 

Mill, at Wenona, opp Bay City. (A^^- ntTt'.\ 
Goodell Albert E, agt bakery, 222 N Water. 
Goodrich Edwin, vessel agent, 24. Waison 

Block. 
Goodson James O, lumber inspector, 8 Wat- 
son Block. 
Gordon Joseph, vessel owner, 8 'Watson 

Block. 
Gordon Wm, vessel owner, 24 Watson Block. 
Gormley Ellen, dressmaker, 3 Munger Block. 
Grabowsky A & I, millinery, ill Center. 

Orabow»ky Solomon^ Watches, 

Jewelry and Fancy Goods, 109 Center.. 
Green & Dingman, livery, cor Saginaw^ and 

3d. 
Orc^n W C A Bro, insurance Agents 

and Brokers, 3 Bank Block. 
Greul Paul, propr Detroit House, Sag^inaw 

bet 8th and 9th. 
Gridley Geo C, sewing machines, loS S 

Water. 
Griswold H & Son, crockery, 107 N Water. 
Grow Bros, clothiers, 304 N Water. 
Gustin Charles C, printer, 8 Griswold Block. 
Gustin Herbert H, grocer, 121 N Water. 
Gustin & Merrill, wholesale grocers, Jenni- 

son Block. 
Haering Fred C, tailor, 1 16 Center. 
Hager Geo, grocer, cor 3d and Madison. 
Hall Aaron C, grocer, cor Campbell and 

Seymour. 
Hall Harvey, vessel agent, Watson Block. 
Hamet Oscar F, lumber inspector. Union 

Block. 



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"5 






M, H. De LISLE. Proprietor. 

Seeds, Plants and Bulbs. 

Hanging Baskets and all Sizes of Flour Pots. 

Funeral Wreaths and Crosses Furnished to Order. 

oc>TmK!*4F»<>isri>K:Ncic H<>i^ion'ifii>. 





JOHN C. GIROUX, Proprietor. 



Woodside Avenue, 



ESSEXVILLE, MICH. 



Good Accommodation Furnished at Reasonable Rat«», 

ALSO 



HENRY SCHINDEHETTE, 



Wholesale and Retail Deiler in 



^ CIGARS and TOBACCO, 




-AND- 



Smokers' Articles. 

BAUMGARTEN'S BLOCK. 

404 Center St., BAY CITY. MICH. 

A. PHIPPBN, 

Manufacturer of 

Barrels, Cisterns, Tanks, Brewery Work, 



-AND- 



COOPERAGE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 

Shop Cor. Water and Tenth Streets, 



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Hamlin Alex, grocer, cor Johnston and 

Campbell. 
Hanlin John, livery, 4th e of Saginaw. 
Hari^adon Jobn, Lawyer and Justice 

of the Peace, 22 Watson Block. 
Harris Caleb S, Billiard Hall, Bimey 

Block, Water. 
Harris Charles S, billiards, Birney Block. 
Hartranft Mrs J B, millinery. 118 N Waler. 
Haskin & Spencer, stoves and tinware, Union 

Block. 
Havens Anson B. saloon, Water. 

Hawkins Wesley A €0, Wines. 

Liquors and Cigars, 210 N Water. 
Hawley C R & Co, dry goods, 315 Center. 
Hay, Butman & Co, lumber, Water foot 17th. 
Hayes Edward D, propr Cumberland House, 

Water bet ist and 2d. 
Heinzmann Christopher, propr Forest City 

House, cor 6th and Washington. 
Heinzmann John, propr Washington House, 

cor 30th and Alman. 
Hembling Noah, wagon mnfr, cor Saginaw 

and 2d. 
Hemme Miss Jcannette, millinery, cor Cen- 
ter and Washington. 
Heumann George, physician, cor Center and 

Jefferson. 
Hine Gustavus, meat market, Washington 

bet 7th and 8th. 
Hine Theodore, meat market, 913 S Water. 

Hiteheoek A Ingrafiam, Lumber. 

Lath and Slaves, Water (Portsmouth.) 
Hoffman Simon, saloon and boarding house. 

3d bet Madison and Monroe. 
Hoii Wm P, insurance agt, Munger Block. 
Holmes, Haynes & Stoddard, lawyers, 14 

Watson Block. 
Hooper Joseph, physician, Griswold Block. 
Hotchkiss JamcN F, lumber, in Center. 
Hovel & Kaichen, saloon, cor 3d and Water 
Howell C, physician, cor 3d and Washing- 
ton. 
Hulbert Hezekiah B. dentist, i and 2 Cran 

age Block 
Hyde & Colt, lawyers, 7 and 8 Cranage 

Block. 
Hyman Abram, clothing, 212 N Water. 
Irving House, James McKinnon propr, 

Water bet 7th and 8th 
Jackson Gurdon R, lumber, in Center. 
Jay Charles A, propr Campbell House, cor 

3d and Water. 

JeflTerson House, Jacob A Pratt, 

Propr, cor 3d an- 1 Jefferson. 

Jc'ffery Albert, grocer, Taylor & Rose Block. 

feffery Mrs Albert, dress maker, Taylor & 
Rose Block. 

Jenkins Mrs Lucinda. saloon, 3d e of Sagi- 
naw. 

Jenkins Wm A, barber, Water n of 6th. 

Jennison Chas £, real estate, Jennison Block. 

Jerott John, Montreal House, Campbell. 



Jewell Harriet A, millinery, McEwan Block. 
Johnson Fred H, barber, Campbell House 

Block. 
Johnson John R, tailor, cor 31st and Water. 
Johnson J R, tailor, McCormick Block. 
Johnson & Lewis, drugs, Water. 
Johnson & McKay, planing mill, cor Madi- 
son and Woodside ave. 
Johnson Thomas, rcs'aurant. Water bet 3d 

and 4th. 
Jolley John F, physician, Water bet 13th 

and 14th. 
Judson & Co, Henry Helme agt, dealers in 

oak staves, Jennison Block. 
Kaesemeyer Theodore F, meat market, cor 

Water and i6th. 
Kaichen Samuel, agt liquors and cigars, 

Campbell House Block. 
KaiHer A Nettie, Wines and Liquors, 

cor 3d and Madison, and dock fool 3d. 
Keith A Beers, Salt Brokers, Shearer 

Block. 
Keith John, grocer, 607 Monroe. 
Kelley & Co, liquors and cigars, BaDk 

Block. 
Kempter Gottleib, baker, Water bet 3i5t 

and 32d. 
Kennedy Daniel J, propr Astor House, cor 

Harrison and S Center. 
Kiidoff M d^ J, Wines and Liquors. 

Tobacco and Cigars, Maxwell Block. 
King Geo E, freight agt D & B C R R, 

freight depot cor Monroe and Woodside 

ave. 
Kinnev Thomas, meat market, 902 Camp- 
bell.' 
Kittredge Moses H, boots and shoes, 112 N 

Water. 
Klingberg John. Orchestrion 'Hall, 3d bet 

Waier and Saginaw. 
Kluniph & Wald, meat market, cor 3d and 

Monroe. 
Knaggs & Shannon, insurance, Jennison 

Block. 
Koch Henry, cooper, cor 3d and Monroe. 
Kroencke Edward. lx>ok binder, 206 Center. 
Kurzrock Wm, saloon, 108 Ce*iter. 
Lacoss Ezra, shoemaker, Water bet 19th and 

20th. 
LaFevre Frank, saloon, 502 N Saginaw. 
Lamont Matthew, planing mill, Adams bet 

nth and 12th. 
Landon Henry B. physician, Union Block. 
Lapham Wm P, lumber inspector, 19 Man- 
ger Block. « 
LaiK)rie Narcisse, blacksmith, Woodside ave 

nr Dolsen. 
Leith Wm, painter, Saginaw s of 5th. 
Lembrecht Carl, shoemaker, 30th, 
Leroux Joseph P, manager Schott & Co, 106 

N Water. 
Like James E, supt Like's boiler works cor 

Lord and Ann. 



BAY AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BAY 1^7 

BAY OJT"Y" Is/L-E^T IMIAI^^KIET. 



Dealer in all Kinds of 

Fresh and Salt Meats, Sausages, Etc. 

Taylor & Rone Block, Bay Ctty, Mich. 



TV ILL T. CH-^A^IT'T, 

Proprieior of the 

USTROPOLITAH DIHIHG ROOMS, 

Cor. of Center and Water Sts., Bay City, Mich. 

(^9i»r9 Kereired DaUy, AU Gant« in 8ea9on. 



EssexTille Meat Market, 0. FRED. REICULE, Propr. 

DEALS IN 

Fresh and Salt Meats, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 
ALL KINDS OF SAUSAGES, SMOKED MEATS, ETC. 
Woodside Atc, - - ES8EXYILLE, MI CH. 

IjIezb's BOiLEie/ "v^oie/iKs, 

Comer Water and Ann Streets, BAY CITY, MICH. 

Manufacturers of 

Steam Boilers, Plate and Shest Iron Work of Every Description. 

Repairing Promptly Attended to. 

«T, C^. ILiII£B, SupeHutendent. 



TV. IP. S H ^4. 

Wholesale Dealer in 







9 

BAY CITY, MICHIGAN. 




My Facilities are such that all orders received will be promptly filled at the lowest rates. 



H. B ^ 12. IT TJ 3Sd: , 

CommlnioB ▲{•at tad Seller in 

l^umbei' and X^og^s Sliiiig^le^ andX^atli 

P^cular attention paid to the Purchase and Manufacture of LOGS and LUMBER, 
also. Forwarding, Measuring and Inspecting the same. 

Office, SHEARER BLOCK, BAY CITY, MICH. 



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lilke^s Steam Boiler Works, Jas 

E Like supt, cor Water and Ann. (6V^ 
aJv,) 

Ijltlaoer Samuel, Real Estate and 
Commission Merchant, cor 5ih and Water. 

Little & Delzell, grocers, 901 Center. 

littUe Jas H 4: €0. Wholesale Pro- 
duce, Water opp Eraser 1 (ouse. 

Loeffler Geo, saloon, no Center. 

Loeffl«r Jeremiah, propr Union City Hotel^ 
Water bet 19th and 20th. 

LiOgan Alexander, Hardware, Stoves 
and Tinware, Water bet 35th and S Cen- 
ter. 

Loom is Daniel D, physician, 6 Cranage Block 

Lord Fred H, ticket agt D & B C R R, pass 
depot cor Washington and Woodside ave 

Lord George, R R ticket and insurance agt, 
Center opposite Eraser House. 

LiOmberman^H Gazette, (Weekly), 

Henry S. Dow, Publisher, Opera House 

Block. 
Lutzke Henry, saloon, foot 3d. 
Luxton Thomas, harness, Heumann Block. 
Lynch Thomas, saloon and boarding, cor 

Campbell and Dolson. 
Lyon Alfred P, lawyer, 5 Watson Block. 
McArdle John, propr Washington House, 

cor Washington and 7th. 
McCormick Edward, saloon. Water n of 6lh. 
MeCray J IWarla, Physician, 10 and 1 1 

Munger Block. 
McDermott John, dep collector of customs, 

ofifice Maxiirell Block. 
McDonald & Eray, flouring mill, cor 1st and 

Water. 
McDonald Wm J. meat market, 304 3d. 

McDonell Arcblbald, Lawyer, 2 

Bank Block. 
McEwan Jobn, Lumber and Salt 

Mnfr, Mills east end city, on river, office 

124S Water. 
McGraw John & Co, lumber and salt. 
McHugh Lawrence, justice of the peace, 12 

Watson Block. 
McKay Thomas A, insurance broker, Shearer 

Block. 
McKenzie Wm W, saloon and boarding, cor 

Campbell and Johnston. 
nicKinnon Sl Co, Proprs Bay City 

Steam Boiler Works, Water bet loth and 

nth. 
McKinnon James, propr Irving House, 

Water bet yih and 8th. 
MoLieail H A Son, Lumber and Salt, 

Water bet 26th and 29th. 
McMath John W, lawyer. Bank Block. 
Mcpherson Mrs David J, grocer, cor Wood- 
side ave and Bellinda. 
McPherson Wm, physician, McCormick 

Block. 
Maddan Wm. saloon, Water bet loth and 

nth. 



M alone John, confectionery, Water bet 171I1 

and i8th. 
Mangan Daniel, lawyer, 23 Watson Block. 
JUanil Oeorge W. lawyer, 2 Bank 

Block. 

marble Hall Dlnlii(g: Rooms, An- 

dersoii & Jones, Proprs, under Campbell 

House. {See aJr\) 
Marine City Hotel, Charles Woods, propr, 

Gor Water and 17th. 
Marks Erastus B, confectionery. Water bet 

31st and 32d. 
Marks Henry,physician, Fr.iser House Block, 
Mai-sh Wm R, physician, 22 Munger Block, 

IWarston. Hatelt A Cooley^ Lawyers. 

8 Bank Block. 
Martin Amond, saloon, 404 Center. 
Martin Ephraim, stoves and tinware, 308 N 

Water. 
Mason & McNeil, druggists. 203 Center. 
Masse Louis, saloon and boarding, cor 

Saginaw and 2d. 
Masters Bissell M, books and stationery, 109 

N Water. 
Maxwell Andrew C, lawyer, Maxwell Block. 
Maxwell A C & €0, Forwarding and 

Commission, dock foot 3d. 
Meagher Michael, propr Central Hotel, cor 

3d and Saginaw. 
Meeker & Adams, grocers, 710 N Water. 
Meisel &Goeschel, grocers, m6 Center. 
Meisel Henry, grocer, cor 8th and Washing* 

ton. 
Meister Bernard L, clothing, 1 ro N Water. 
Menton John, saloon, cor I^rd and Henry. 
Mercer Wm, civil engineer, 5 Munger Block. 
Mershon A H, inspector general lumber, 

Union Block. 
Meeker Charlotte A, grocer. Water. 
Metcalf Theodore G, confectionery, cor 3d 

and Water. 

Metropolitan l>lnlngRooiii,NVilI 

T Craft, Propr, cor Water and Center. 

{See adv.) ^ 

Meyer John, meat market, cor Water and 31st. 

Miller Albert, lumber and salt, Water foot 

of 30th. 
Miller Henry, saloon, Water bet nth and 

1 2th. 
Miller James J, jr, meat market. Water. 
Miller Jesse *M, Justice of the Peace, cor 

Water and 31st. 
Miller W H A; Co, Hardware and 

Stoves, 312 and 314 N Water. 
Mitchell Wm, coal, dock foot 2d. 
Monroe Charles W, lumber inspector, 

Munger Block. 
Monroe Wm R, lumber inspector, 8 Munger 

Block. 
Moran William, Propr Crampton 

House, cor Water and 32d. 
Morrison & Schrader, black.smiths, 32d bet 

Water and Polk. 



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Morse John A J, jeweler, 121 N Water. 
Xoolton Hoase, Wm Fox, Propr, cor 

4th and Saginaw. 
Munger C & A S, real estate, I Munger 

Block. 
Mann A Co, Oang, Circular, Upright 

and Lath Mills, Mill Gearing, etc, cor 

Washington and loth. {See adv ) 
Monro Alex C, confectioner. Water bet 3d 

and 4th. 
Muoro Geo H, ship chandler, Water bet 2d 

and 3d. 
Nelles Nelson, lumber inspector. Shearer 

Block. 
XelUs Wm H, Boots and Shoes, 

Leather and Findings, 300 N Water. 
Newcomer & Sparrow, grocers, Water bet 

30th and 31st. 

NewkirftL Cliarles T, Physician,3o8 N 

Wal^r. 
Newkirk Edward, commercial broker, 308 

N Water. 
Newktrk Maitland F, Physician, 

cor Water and 31st. 
Nichols Arthur C, dentist, 112 N Water. 

Northwestern Gas and Water 

Pipe Co, H M Fitzhugh, Pres ; T L 
Partridge, Sec ; cor Lord and Henry. 

Noad Ermina J, saloon, cor 2d and Water. 

Noyes Lyman E, lumber commission mer- 
chant. Shearer Block. 

ObergfcU John, tailor. Griswold Block. 

O'Brien Michael, saloon, 119 S Water. 

O'Brien Bros, wagon makers, cor 33d and 
Water. 

O'Connor Wm, contractor, 5 Cranage Block. 

O'CoQnor & Maguire, saloon, foot 3d. 

0*Loughlin Mary, dressmaker. Opera House 
Block. 

Oly Isaac, propr Bridge Hotel, cor Water 
and 23d. 

Orchestrion Hall, John Klingberg propr, 3d 
Water and Saginaw. 

O'Tooic Patrick W, physician, 122 N Water. 

Ottawa House, Leon Wood propr, cor Water 
and I 8th. 

Otto Jacob, boot amd shoemaker, 902 Camp- 
bell. 

Papin Narcisse, saloon and boarding, cor 
4th and Saginaw. 

Pari[er& Lloyd, furniture, Heumann Block. 

Parsons' Business College, Abdiel C Parsons 
propr, Hiram Parsons principal. Cranage 
Block. 



Partridge Timothy L, sec N W Gas and 

Water Pipe Co, cor Lord and Ann. 
Patriarch e Arthur, pass agt F & P M Ry, 

cor Center and Water. 
Patrick John, boot and shoemaker, Saginaw 

s of 5th. 
Peltier Patrick N, O K House, Water bet 

nth and 12th. 
Pendleton & Stewart, painters. Union Blobk. 
Peninsular Armory, Washington bet 5th and 

Center. 
Perrott & Co, grocers, Fraser House Block. 
Perrott Patrick J, livery, Saginaw bet 4th 

and 5th. 
Perry Wm* Propr Eraser House, cor 

Center and Water. 
Peter Wm, lumber and salt, Water foot 

I3tli. 
Phillips Theodore C, postmaster, office Opera 

House Block. 
Phtppen AlonzOt Mnfr Barrels, Cis- 
terns, Tanks, Brewery Work, etc, cor 

Water and loth. 
Phoenix & Carrier, blacksmiths. Water foot 

24th. 
Pitts & Cranage, lumber and salt mnfrs, foot 

Washington. 
Plum Wheeler L, cashier 2d National Bank, 

cor 4th and Water. 
Pollock Misses D & S, millinery, Munger 

Block. 
Ponson Nelson, saloon, 122 N Water. 

Porter, Watktns A Hidden, 

Architects and Superintendents, 18 and 19 
Bank Block. 

Portomoath A Bay City Wooden 

Ware Works, H Van Eiten, Pres ; A H 

Van Etten, Sec ; cor Harrison and 34th. 
Postoffice, Opera House Block, Theodore C 

Phillips, postmaster. 
Pratt Jaeob A, Propr JeflFerson House, 

cor 3d nnd Jefferson. 
Pratt & Scott, architects and surveyors, 5 

Bank Block. 
Price Mortimer F, commission, 4th bet 

Water and Saginaw. 
Pusey Joshua C, confectioner, cor 5th and 

Water. 
Quebec House, Richard Champion propr. 

Water. 
Rabideau Rameul, saloon, cor 6th and 

Water. 
Randall C W & H, blacksmiths, foot 8th 

and Water. 



MARBLE HALL DINING ROOMS, 

ANDBRSON ^ JONES, Proprietors. 
Gir. Third m4 Water Sts., Basement of Campbell House, BAT CITTi MICH, 



np-me 



Oyttori R«of ivfd Dally, 



AH (li«m« In 9«iton, 



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Randall Solomon S, Oysters, Fruits 
and Cigars/ Water bet 3d and 4th. 

Raymond H S & Co, books and stationery, 
Opera House Block. 

Reaume Charles, blacksmith, foot 2d. 

Redmond John, boots and shoes, • cor Wat- 
er and 7th. 

Reilley Geo, painter, 6th e of Adams. 

Richards Henry, grocer, cor Water and 
30th. 

Richards, llliller d: €0, Lumber, 
Middle Ground Mill. 

Ricbter William, Michigan State 
Taxidermist, 216 W Water. 

Rifle Boom Co, Edwin T Carrington, sec, 
dock bet 5 th and Center. 

Rikt r Ephraim, fish, dock foot 4th. 

Ringwood James, livery, Water bet lOth 
and nth. 

Rivet C & Bro, blacksmiths, cor 6th and 
Saginaw. 

Roach Martin, propr Center House, cor Wa- 
terand 24th. 

Roe John S* Bay City Meat Market, 
Taylor & Rose Block, 3d. (S^e adv. ) 

Root A Thayer, Music and Musical 
Instruments, 118 N Water {See adv.) 

Rose John, jeweler, cor Water and Center. 

Rouech M A, billiards, cor 5th and Water. 

Rouse James \1, lumber mnfr, on River e of 
City. 

Rust A & Co, lumber and salt. Water. 

Ryan Cornelius, saloon, cor 3d and Water. 

Ssimpliner W & J, fancy goods, 119 N Wa- 
ter. 

Sehindehette Henry, Wines and 
Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco, 402 Center. 
(See adv.) 

Schindehette Martin, saloon, 5th nr Sagi- 
naw. 

Sciiott 6l CO9 Clothing and Furnishing 
Goods, 106 N Water. 

Schramm Martin, brewer, cor Bowery and 

I3tli. 

Sch nermann Richard, boots and shoes, Wat- 
son Block. 

Scofield Winsor, lawyer, 3 Cranage Block. 

Scotford & Gibson, photographers, Shearer 
Block. 

Seott Henry J, Groceries, Wines and 
Liquors, Water bet 13th and I4lh. 

Scott & Jolley, druggists, Water bet 13th 
and 14th. 

Second National Bank, Wm Westover, pres, 
Wheeler M Plum, cash, cor 4th and Wa- 
ter. 

Shannon I A & Bro, carriage and wagon 
mntrs, Saginaw bet 6th and 7th. 

Shannon Stuart B, furniture, 206 Center. 

Shannon A Wilson, Pictures, Frames 
and Moldings, cor 5th and Washington. 

Sharp Wm P, Fish Dealer, do<;k foot 
xst. {See adv,) 



Shaw Geo K, sec and manager Tribune Co, 

109 Center. 
Shearer Oeo H, Mnfr Gang Lath 

Machines, cor Water and ist. 
Shearer J W, carpenter, cor 4th and Madison, 

Shearer James A Co« Mnfrs Lum- 
ber and Lath cor ist and Water. 

Shephard Mrs Benjamin, millinery, 220 N 
Water. 

Shephard & Meston, grocers, 1 16 N Water. 

Shepard Theodore F,. lawyer, 5 Watson 
Block. 

Simmons Lucretia, laundry, 105 N Water. 

Simon Fred, meat market, 210 Center. 

Slade John, boot and shoemaker, cor Lin- 
coln and Campbell. 

Slawson Edward R, lawyer, 32 Watson 
Block. 

Slenow Talbert, wagon mnfr, Saginaw bet 
3d and 4th. ^ 

Smalley Br<M Sl €0, Mnfrs Steam 
Engines and Saw Mill Machinery, Sagi- 
naw bet loth and nth. {See a<ivJ) 

Smith Charles F, grocer. Water. 

Smith Ephraim, grocer. Water. 

Smith Francis B, plA.ning mill, office 108 S 
Warer. 

Smith John A Co, Marble Works, 
Washington bet 4th and 5th. 

Smith John D, saloon, 3d w of Water. 

Southard Wm B, liquors, dock foot 3d. 

Stanton Harmon C, Prop Woiverton 

House, cor 3d and Water. 

Stanton L H & J, grocers, cor Adams and 
Center. 

State Bank of Bay City, Alonzo Cbees- 
brough, Pres, Orrin Bump, Cash, cor Cen- 
ter and Washington. 

Stegq;all Harry O. Blacksmith and 
Carriage and Wagon Niaker, Washington 
bet 3(' and 4th. 

Stephens Jo'in F, blacksmith. Water foot of 

33d. 
Stevens & Co, lumber dealers. 

Stewart Allen L, insurance, Union Block. 

StOCkle Fred, Cigar Mnfr and Dealer, 
Water bet 6th and 7th. 

Styninser John, Stoves and Tinware, 
5th e of Saginaw. 

Sullivan Timothy, saloon, cor 3d and Mon- 
roe. 

Supe & Rademacher, grocers, 409 N Water- 

Su.<(and Bros, barbers, Woiverton House. 

Tappan, IVIClLlllop Sl €o« Com- 
mercial Agency. Hiram Blaisdell, MaM» 
ger, I Watson Block. 

Taylor Frank, prop Taylor House, i 
Water. 

Taylor House, Frank Taylor, prop, i Water. 

Taylor Martha C, drugs and groceries, 707 
Campbell. 

Taylor Pardon F, Physician, 7^7 
Campbell, 



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Taylor Robbins B, Lawyer, cot 3d 

and Washington. 
TajIor& Rose, real estate and loan office, 

cor 3d and Washington. 
Tdll Wm E, tailor, 1 18 N Water. 
Tetll WiUiam N, tailor. Water bet 33d and 

34th. 
TeniuuiC Bros A C^, Stone Yard, cor 

8th and Water. 
Textor Chas, marble works, cor 2d and 

Johnston. 
Thomas Edward K, painter, cor 4th and 

Water, 
lliomas J R, physician, Opera House Block. 
Thompson D G, boot and shoe maker, 116N 

Water. 
Thompson & Goodwin, ice, office 216 N 

Water. 
Thorp George, wagon maker, 32d bet Wat^r 

and Polk. 
Tonsey, Pierson & Beach, hardware, Jennison 

Block. 

Tribone Company of Bay City, 

Publishers Daily and Weekly Tribune, 
Geo K Shaw, Sec and Manager, 109 
Center. 

Trombley Daniel, saloon, Water bet loth 
and nth. 

Tapper Horace, physician, Washington bet 
3d and 4th. 

Tyler Columbus V, physician, Ope^a House 
Block. 

Underwood Wm, tailor, cor Johnston and 
Campbell. 

Union City Hotel, J Loeffler propr. Water 
bet 19th and 20th. 

Vallender Bros, meat market, 4th e of Sagi- 
naw. 

Talley Iron Works, Smalley Bros & 

Co Proprs, Saginaw bet loth and nth. 

Vallier Joseph, saloon, Bellinda s of Camp- 
bell, 

Vanderwilt Louis, prop Vanderwilt House, 
cor Campbell and Bellinda. 

Van Etten, Campbell & Co, lumber mnfrs, 
Jennison Block. 

Van Meter A & Co, brewers,"cor Water^and 

22d. 

Van Syckle Giyens E, sewing machines, 113 

N Water. 
Villaire David, saloon, 908 Campbell. 
Wademan W J & Co, brewery, cor 4th and 

Saginaw. 
Wallace W H & Son, druggists, cor 5th and 

Water. 
Walsh Charles A, physician, 6 Cranage Block. 
Walthausen F V & Bro, druggists, 3d bet 

Saginaw and Water. 
WaJiher Albert, stoves, cor 6th and Water. 
Walther P & Bro, boots and shoes, 107 N 

Water. 
Walton Andrew, lumber commission, 8 Wat- 

toa Block. 



Wanless John, fence mnfr, cor 7th and Jef- 
ferson. 

Ward William, saw repairer, 302 S Water. 

Warner James D, sec Bay City Street Ry, 
cor 2d and Water. 

Washington House, John McArdle propr, 
cor Washington and 7th. 

Washington House, J Heinzmann propr, cor 
30th and Almaiu 

Watkins Harvey P, livery, Saginaw bet 6th 
and Center. 

Watrous Ansel "W, Undertaker and 
Dealer in Furniture, cor 33d and Water. 

Watromi M A Sons, Lumber and 
Salt, Water. Portsmouth. 

Watson F A & W W, grocers, cor Water 
and 17th. 

Watson James, real estate, 23 Watson 
Block. 

ITFatoon Jesse C, Livery, Feed and 
Boarding Stable, cor 32 and Polk. 

Weadock & Mann, lawyers, 9 Watson 
Block. 

Webster Newton H, dentist, Center opp 
Fraser House. 

ITFelMter S H A Bro, Lumber and 
Salt, foot 22d. 

Weeks Charles H, vessel agent, Shearer 
Block. 

Weinert Louis, tailor, Water bet 3d and 
4th. 

Wells Allie, propr Anscomb House, cor 3d 
and Washington. 

Wells & Son, proprs Globe Hotel, cor 5th 
and Water. 

ITFenona Plaster ]IIill,Wenona Mich, 
opp Bay City. (See adv.) 

West & Schrack, grocers, Washington bet 
Center and 6th. 

Western Union Telegraph Co, Thos J Coop- 
er mans^er, 15 Watson Block. 

Westover Wm, dealer in logs, office Second 
National Bank. 

Weterhell & Hage, grocers, 108 Center. 

Wheat A W & Co, music store, 113 N 
Water. 

Wheat Wm K, physician, cor 3d and Wash- 
ington. 

^Wheeler A Co, David W Wheeler 
Pres, James B Wheeler Sec and Treas, 
Samuel Beard Gen Manager, Marble Deal- 
ers and Workers, cor 3d and Washington. 
{See adv.) 

Whipple, Parmely & Co, lumber. Water 
foot 29th. 

White & Dii.enport, crockery, Union Block. 

White Mrs John H, music teacher, 206 Jef- 
ferson. 

Whitman George B, lumber inspector, Union 
Block. 

Whitney Charles C, druggist, Watson Block. 

Whittemore Nathaniel, justice of the peace, 
17 Watson Block. 



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Whittle Wm, carpenter, Center bet Adam 

and Jefferson. 
Widman John B, meat market, cor 3d and 

Saginaw. 
"Widiner Oabrlel, Merchant Tailor, 

3d bet Water and Saginaw. 
Wiesienberg Frederick, saloon, Water bet 

loth and iitb. 
Wild John L, barber, Fraser House. 
Wildman & Bro, boiler makers, cor 9th and 

Water. 
Wilkin Sanford V, clothing, 120 N Water. 
Wilkins Joseph H, restaurant, Watson Block. 
Williams Edward Y, lumber commission, 

Opera House Block. 
Williams George A, physician,3o8 N Water. 
Williamson Henry, blacksmith. Water bet 

lyih and iSth. 
Williamson A W^llbelm, Painters, 

Campbell nr Bellincla. 
Wilson Orsnie M^ Prosecuting Attor- 
ney for Bay county, cor 4th and Water. 
Winif J Franklin* Architect and Su- 
perintendent, cor 3d and Van Buren. 
Wintermeyer Jacob, saloon, cor 6th and 

Saginaw. 
* Wolcott J & Co, meat market, cor 8th and 

Water. 
Wolverton House, H C Stanton 

Propr, cor jd and Water. 
Wood E & Co, watches and jewelry, Watson 

Block. 
Wood Leon, propr Ottawa House, cor Water 

and i8th. 
Wood Samuel, blacksmith. Water foot 33d. 
Woodward E C & F G, grocers, 302 N 

Water. 
Woods Charles, propr Marine City Hotel, 

cor Water and 17th. 
Woods Joseph, real estate, Fraser Block. 
Woolson J O & Co, grocers, Water. 
Wyatt William C, physician, cor Harrison 

and 35ih. 
Young C E & Co, provisions, 115 N Water. 
Zirwes Simon, hotel propr, 113 S Saginaw. 



BAT PORT. 

A small hamlet on the eastern shore of 
Saginaw bay, 41 miles northeast of Bay City 
and 26 southwest of Port Austin. It is in 
Caseville township, Huron county, in a 
farming and lumbering country. Lumber, 
shingles and cedar posts are shipped. Bay 
Port is situated on Wild Fowl bay. Ship 
goods via Bay City. J. W. Snell, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Challis Rev DeWitt C (Methodist Episcopal). 
McKay J W, general store and saw mill. 
Phenix Adolphus, hotel proprietor. 
Snell J W, general store. 



BAY SmiNO. 

A station on the C. & N. W. R. R., five 
miles north of Escanaba. 



BEAR LAKE. 

. A village of about 15 families in the 
northern part Manistee county, 21 miles 
northeast of Manistee village, on the stage 
route to Traverse City. It takes its name 
from the lake on which it is located. I. N. 
Tilson, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Cook A W, general store. 

Daily Jonas, boot and shoe maker. 

Hadley S F, artist. 

Hopkins Bros & Wise, blacksmiths and bar- 

ness makers. 
Kilborn G H, physician. 
Millar J B, physician. 
Richmond T, physician. 
Richmond E, general store. 
Tilson I N, hotel propr. 



BEAR LAKE MILLS. 

A station on the Kalamazoo and South 
Haven R R, Columbia township, Van Bn- 
ren county, 24 miles west of Katamizoo and 
15 east of South Haven. Lumber and 
staves are , shipped. Population of village 
250. A. T. Anderson, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Anderson A T, agt K & S H R R. 
Anderson Simon, flouring and saw mill. 
Baker Stephen, hardware. 
Bayer Morgan, wagon maker. 
Bidwell Geo, constable. 
Brown John, shoemaker. 
Burkholder H W, druggist and £rocer. 
Carpenter H C, boot and shoe maker. 
Carrier A A, physician. 
Ferris Richard, saw mill. 

Gilbert , blacksmith. 

Lane Marcus, saw mill. 

Mc Louth Thomas, broom mnfr. 

Myers H M, hotel. 

Port Geo, miller. 

Reed Rev John, (Advent.) 

Teel Byron, saloon. 

Thompson James, general store. 

Young John, cooper. 

BEAVER. 

A station on the C & N W R R, 17 miles 
north of Escanaba. 



BEAVER GREEK. 

A postoffice in the northwest comer of 
Gratiot county. It is on Pine river, 19 
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p nearest railroad station. Farming and 
kobering are both carried on in the vicinity. 
|aeph Shanks, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Oiflbrd Henry, lawyer. 
Difford James, teacher. 
ICfiibrd Samuel, lumber inspector. 
Donn Frederick, lumber dealer. 
BsUey George, hotel propr. 
pUdgers Thomas, saw mill agt. 

Slanders , physician. 

Shanks Aaron, livery, 
^nb Joseph, general store. 
Nierman Samuel, blacksmith. 
Tboinson James, blacksmith. 
Welch Barton, lawyer. 
Wilson , physician. 



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; A postoflfice and station on the J L & S R 
% northern extension, in the county and 
township of Ogemaw, 61 miles above Bay 
Oty. The settlement dates but from Aug., 
'^72, numbers 80 to loo inhabitants and is 
■taaied in a pine forest. Lumber and shing- 
fcsare shipped. Geo. G. Damon, post- 
vaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Beeman James, boarding hoiis6. 

Catting & Damon, lumber and general store. 

Freeman G & W, saw mill. 

McCallum John H, lumber inspector. 

Frentiss James, hotel. 

Smith, Bridgeman & Co, shingle mill. 

Thomas S V & C P, shingle mill. 

BEDFORD. 

A small viUage in the northwestern comer 
of Calhoun county, in a township of the 
■nename. It contains 300 inhabitants. 
B»!tle Creek, 7 miles south, is its nearest 
i^ixng point. Distance from Marshall, 20 
■2». L. H. Fish, postmaster. It is the 
center of a good farming country and ships 
ttwiderable farming produce. Bedford is the 
Moe of Miss Ella Farman, a rising novelist. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

^7>nt S E grocery and meat market. 

Mdf C M, boots and shoes. 

Clapp Mrs H F, dress maker. 

^••iUlMl J B, Dry Goods. 

Corwin Wm T, painter 

wane Rev J L, (Congregationalist) 

fish P M, painter. 

wdoer J P, bUcksmith. 

6iff»rdDS, Physician. 

{W«ed J H, wagonmaker. 

j»ne Abner, cooper. 

J«chem Rev A E, (Methodist.) 

J~to Wm, drugs and groceries. 

"ocheo & Wakelce, flouring mUl. 

*ichoU A, dry goods. 



Scougale Malcolm, wagonmaker. 

Sbepard Charles, Hotel. 

S warts P L, boots and shoes. 
Sweet G W, meat market. 
Watson H, physician. 
Wilkinson J W, blacksmith. 
York & Brown, hardware. 



BEEOH. 

The name of the postoffice at the village 
of Fishers, on the D L & L M R R, in th« 
county of Wayne, township of Redford, 14 
miles out from Detroit. Population of village 
300. Telegraph — Atlantic & Pacific. Ex- 
press — American. There is a saw mill and 
cheese factory located here, and lumber and 
cheese are shipped. W. E. Butman, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

.Bateman W E, general store, railroad and 
express agent. 

]>annlng, Fisher flr Rhode* Hard 

Wood Lumber. 
Gottmnn Charles, blacksmith. 
Hoik Christian, tailor. 
Lauster Frederick, telegraph operator. 
Ripkie Fred, wagonmaker. 
Ruppert C, boots and shoes. 
Towar G W, cheese factory. 



BEEOHVILLE. 

(See North Branch. 



BELDEN. 

Thirty miles southwest of Detroit, is a vil- 
lage of Huron township, Wayne county, and 
a station on the Flint & Pere Marquette rail- 
way. Populalion, 200. Staves and heading 
are the products shipped, G. W. Smith, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Baining Jackson, builder. 

Baths Fred, boot and shoemaker. 

Biddelcombe Isaac, boot and shoemaker. 

Burden Geo, blacksmith. 

Garmon Christian, hotel. 

Greaves & Blackburn, wagonmakers. 

Houston James, blacksmith. 

Lewis & Chamberlin, saw mill. 

Palmer & Curtis, saw mill. 

Parkes & Belden, general store. 

Raths John, boot and shoemaker. 

Stevens & Whitaker, general store and stave 

factory. 
Thorton John, grocer. 
Trip Wm, builder. 



BELDZNGh, 

A village in the northwest comer of Ionia 
county, 3 miles west of Kiddville, on the D., 
L. & L. M. R. R. W. A. Luther, poat- 



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master. Belding was platted as a village in 
1872, and now numbers some 500 or 600 
inhabitants. It is on Fiat river, possesses a 
good water power, is surrounded by a good 
farming country, and shi]>s lumber, grain 
and apples. Telegraph — Atlantic and Paci- 
fic. Express — American. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Barclay Rev W H (Presbyterian). 

Bishop D, meat market. 

Callaghan James, harnessmaker. 

Comer Mrs S, dressmaker. 

Cdville P, physician. 

Crom wells S J, express agent. 

Gooding Bros & Son, sash and blind factory. 

Jersey P H, Hotel. 

Jersey & Brothers, marble works. 
Krofif W A, flouring and grist mill. 
Leonard & Divine, general store. 
Bfewconibe W P, General Store. 
Ranney, Wright & Jones, general store. 
Rhodes Charles P, railroad agent. 
Romig S V, physician. 
Severy S F, hardware. 
Smith H D, blacksmith. 
Stanton J W, blacksmith. 
Unger Mrs S, millinery. 
Watson C F, boots and shoes. 
Weller Miss Minnie, millinery. 
Weter A E, general store. 
Willard Rev D E (Christian). 
Wilson, Luther & Wilson, lumber. 



BELLE OAK, 

(^See Locke.) 

BELLE BIVEB, 

A small settlement in Berlin township, St. 
Clair county. It is situated on Belle river, 
whence it takes its name. The surrounding 
country is good and produces grain, pota- 
toes, fruits, pork, butter, eggs and cheese. 
Armada, on the Air Line Railroad, is 5 miles 
distant. Population about 100. F. W. Frost, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Frost B F, billiards. 
Frost F W, General Store. 
Lock Lovel, flouring and cider mills. 
Loneks J W & Co, saw mill. 
Morrison Geo A, blacksmith. 
Ross E, Hotel. 

Smith A A, carpenter and builder. 
Stewart B, hotel. 



BELLEVILLE, 

A thriving village in Van Buren township, 
Wayne county, 30 miles southwest of De- 
troit. Population, 600. The proposed Ypsi- 
lanti & Trenton Railroad will pass through 
the town. Its nearest shipping point at 



present is Denton, on the M. C. R. R., 4^ 
miles north. The manufactures are floor, 
lumber, staves and heading. John H. Camp- 
bell, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bortles Theodore, blacksmith. 
Burris Robert,, potash mnfr. 
Barronyhs Geo H, General Store. 
Campbell S W & J H, general store. 
Codey & Ainsley, stave, lumber and barrel 

mnfrs. 
Codey Timothy M, general store. 
Deniosh Joseph €« HoteL 
Fehlig Henry, boots and shoes. 
Forbes Daniel, physician. 
Forbes Elias, physician. 
Forbes John, custom house oflicer. 
Ford Charles M, flour and lumber uiilL 
Glein Charles, harnessmaker. 
Haak Wm A, barber and notary public. 

HaAklns, Fell A Siterman, Floui^ 

ing Mills. 
Hope John, boots and shoes. 
Hope Richard, drover. 
Horner Farmsby, cooper. 
Jewett John, Hotel. 
Kuney Wm H, meat market and saloon. 
Landon Henry, hotel and mail contractor. 

Ijandoii Spencert saloon. 

Osier John, blacksmith. 
Pullen Mrs M; dressmaker. 
Roys Auren, wagonmaker. 
Roys Erastus R, wagon maker. 
Sands W W, Hardware. 
Savage R A, blacksmith. 
Stevens Wm, tinsmith. 

Thomas Benjamin F, furniture and under- 
taker. 
Thornton E R, physician 
Warner Wm E, justice of the peace. 
Whitacre John, grocer. 
Whitley William, tailor. 
Wiight Henry H, meat market, 
Wright Mrs H H, milliner. 
Wright & Thoma., cider mills. 
Zimmerman David, teacher. 



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BELLEVUE. 

A village of 700 inhabitants, on the 
Chicago and Lake Huron R. R., 31^ miles 
southwest of Lansing, and midway between 
Battle Creek and Charlotte. It is in the 
southwestern corner of Eaton county, in a 
timbered region comprising good farming 
land. It is situated on Battle creek, which 
furnishes water power, and counts among its 
manufactures two extensive lime kilns, a 
foundry, a saw and grist mill, etc, lime, 
grain and apples are the leading articles 
shipped. Express, American. Telegraph, 
Western Union. Postmaster, G. F. Anson. 



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BUSINESS DIREC1X>RY. 

Aason Silas, cooper. 
Berry £, physician. 
BoQghton £, agent Am Express. 
BraclKett M S, Lawyer. 
Barson F M, agent C & L H R R. 
ErBBS, Aver;yr St Co, Dry Goods. 
Fero U T, physician. 
WWT^ F A* Dry Goods. 
Hall J R, warehouse. 
Hamilton Thomas, general store. 
Hamlin & Vosburgh, meat market. 
■•dg^miUB H A, Grocer. 
Holland E, produce. 
Hoggett George, lawyer. 
Hnggect VTilliam, wagonroaker. 
Hughes R B, Dry Goods. 
Johnson L 0» druggist. 
iCimberly A J, grocer. 
Marshall E J, physician. 
Meecli H, Lime Kiln. 
Morgan Lewis, grocer. 
Ilorfcas W B, Druggist. 
RUe>' Rev William. (Methodist.) 
Robinson XE Ij, Foundry, 
^^fflcs W B, boot and shoe maker. 
Sawyer & Fitzgerald, hardware. 
Shoop Rev D R, (Presbyterian.; 
Smith Rev Milo, (Baptist.) 
Stephen & Harwood, dry goods. 
Taylor John K, Hotel. 
Trabert & Abbey, shoe ms.ker. 
Vanderwater & Avery, blacksmith. 
Walker J P, lime kiln. 

BELMONT. 

A station and postoffice on the G. R. & I. 
R. R., 9 miles north of Grand Rapids, in 
Kent county* Plainfield township. It has a 
population of about loo. Lumber, shingles, 
flour, apples and potatoes are shipped. E. 
Filkins, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Falkins E, general store. 
Hioe M B, flouring mill. 
Hyser William, physician. 
Post Isaac, hotel and station agent. 
Reynolds J M, lawyer. 

BENGAL. 

A postoffice in Bengal township in the 
western part of Clinton county. It is five 
miles south from Fowler on the D, & M, R. 
R«, iu nearest shipping station. Cortland 
Hill, postmaster. 

Bt;SINESS DIRECTORY. 

Hin Cortland, Justice of the peace. 
Ljron Charles W, saw mill. 



L. & S. R. R., 6 miles south of Owosso and 22 
east of Lansing. Lumber and farm produce 
are shipped. This place has been settled 
8 years and has about 150 inhabitants. W. 
R. Drury, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Drury W R, general store and lumber, rail- 
road and American Express agent. 
McCormick CoUon, physician. 
Stiff George C, grocer. 
Thompson Rev H W, (Methodist). 
Westfall Lewis, produce dealer. 
Wents Henry, blacksmith. 



BENNINGTON. 

A village and postoffice located in the 
Mrtkwcsteni part Shiawassee county on the J 



BBNONA. 

A small village situated on the east shore 
of Lake Michigan at the mouth of Stony 
creek and near the southwest comer of 
Oceana county. Farming is carried on to 
some extent in the vicinity. Forests of pine 
and hemlock abound and large quantities of 
lumber, railroad ties and b.irk are shipped 
away. First settled in 1850. Population 
200. Distances — From Chicago 120 miles 
by lake, from Hart, the county seat, 17 miles, 
and from Shelby, its shipping station on the 
Chicago and Michigan Lake Shore R. R., 9 
miles. Gershom Powers, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIPECIORY. 

Banks William, miller and machinist. 
Beckwith Alanson, builder. 
Chambers £ M, druggist and physician. 
Davis, Marshall & Co, saw mill. 
Gibbs James, real estate. 
Kerswell John, lumber dealer. 
Major Rev Jonathan, (Methodist). 
Minard Ira, general store and saw mill. 
Olsen Andrew, boot and shoemaker. 
Patch Geo £, hotel. 
Snell Jacob, lawyer. 
Sun dell J S, blacksmith. 
Thompson John, wagonmaker. 

BENTON. 

A postoffice in Saline township, Washtenaw 
county, 4 miles south of Bridgewater, on 
the D. H. & I. R. R. Flour, corn, oats, 

?[>rk and apples are shipped away. Chester 
arsons, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Parsons Chester, saw mill. 

BENTON HARBOR. 

This thriving town is the center of the 
great' fruit growing district, and the most 
important fruit shipping point on Lake 
Michigan. It is situated in Berrien county, 
BJnton township, at the mouth of the Paw 
Paw river and on the C. & M. L. S. R. R., 
and is the lake terminus of the proposed 
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will pass through the center of Berrien 
county, the most productive and densely 
populated section of the Slate, abounding in 
excellent timber for manufacturing and 
building purposes. Paw Paw river affords 
superior water power. The elegant churches, 
school buildings and private residences, at- 
test the culture, and the ship canal (costing 
over $50,000), and other public works are 
evidences of the wealth and enterprise of the 
population which numbers some 1,500. Ac- 
cording to statements given at the Custom 
House, the following shipments of fruit were 
made in 1874: 8,300 barrels of apples, 500,- 
000 baskets of peaches, and 100,000 crates 
of berries. 

The extensive zinc wash board and brew- 
ers bung works of Geo. R. Wright & Bro. 
are located here. J. P. Thresher, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Adams J & Co, grocers. Main. 

Alden Fruit Preserving Co, O E Moore 
propr. Main. 

Aldrich H .\, barber, Pipestone. 

American Express Co, Enos & Teetzel, agts, 
Main. 

American House, E Nichols, Propr, 
cor Main and Pipestone. 

Ames Franklin D, Bakery and Con- 
fectionery, Pipestone. 

Antisdale S G, grocer. Main. 

Babcock G W, saloon. 

Baird O A, meat market, Pipestone. 

Baushke Albert, blacksmith, Main. 

Bell John & George, physicians. 

Benton Harbor Palladlnm, 

(Weekly), Circulation 800, Charles E 

Reeves, Editor, Gates & BelPs Block. {See 

adv.) 
Boyle C S, grocer, Main. 
Brammall Edwin, hardware, Pipestone. 
Browne Wells, Real Estate, Insurance 

and CoUeciion Agency, Main. (See adv,) 
Cliapman Wm, Restaurant, M«in. 
Citizens Exchange Bank, Main. 
Clark Elmer, homeopathisi physician, Main. 
Clark Lewis L, Restaurant, Pipestone. 
Colby, Ingham & Co, fruit package mnfrs, 

Main. 
Collbx House, J S Piersoll, Propr. 
Collins Charles, saloon, Main. 
Compton L, flouring mill. 
Conger Brothers, boots and shoes, Main. 
Converse N P, meat market, Pipestone. 
Crowell A H, dry goods. Main. 
Dunbar Wm S, meat market, Main. • 
]>unnlnff I R, Physician. 
Edwards J f, jeweler, Pipestone. 
Edwards Wm H, grocer, Main. 
Eldredge & Robbins, lumber mnfrs. Main. 
Enos & Teetzel, jewelers, Main. 
Fonger James R, saloon, Pipestone. 
Fyfe Law C, lawyer, Main. 



Gates John C, druggist. Main. 

Gaj^lord Thomas S, Carpenter ant 

Builder, Main. (See adv.) 
George, Walker & Co, agts Engleman's TnuD 

Co. 
Gersande Herman, wagon maker. Main. 
Graham John H, saw mill. 
Hack ley M L. barber. Main. 
Hamilton James G, hamessmaker. Main. 
Hansen Peter, merchant tailor, Main. 
Harris Henry L, grocer, Pipestone. 
Hipp E M & Co, dry goods, clothing, etc. 
Hopkins & Jackson, bankers. Main. 
Hurlburd Mrs C, millinery. Main. 
Hutchinson Charles, dry goods, Main. 
Jones Wm, blacksmith. 
Kidd H A, druggist, Pipestone. 
Kinney Patrick M, grocer, Main. 
Kneeland Romulus A, dentist, cor Main ant 

Pipestone. 
Kneibes & Gentle, coopers. Main. 
Koon Martin A, hats and caps. Main. 
McDonough W P. operator W U Tel Co. 
McGuigan Samuel, grocer. 
McKay N B, physician. Main. 
Moore O E, fruit packer. 
Morgan Wm, grocer. Main and Pipestone. 
Niehols E, Propr American House, co 

Main and Pipestone 
Noe E N, wagon maker and painter. 
Northwestern Fruit Growers' Distributing 

Association, O £ Moore treas, O S Wille] 

sec. 
Owen Loren F, dentist. Main. 
Piersoll I 89 Propr Colfax House. 
Pitcher H L & Co, dry goods and clothing 

Main. 
PInmmer Alonzo, Lawyer, Pipe 

stone. 
Pointer James^ Tonsorial Artist^Maln 
Porter Daniel W, tmware and furniture 

Main. 

ReeTes Charles £, Propr Bentoi 

Harbor Palladium, Gates & Bell's Block 
Reeves Charles E, real estate agent. Main. 
Ricaby Robert, wines and liquurs, Pipe 

stone. 
Rice F G, grocer. Main. 
Riford A B, lawyer. 
Row Brothers, meat market. 
Russell Judson, furs, skins, etc, Main. 
Seger Nicholas, saloon. 
Shepherd G W J, dentist, Main, 
Shomo & Plumb, bakery. Territorial. 

ISplers Thomas^ Merchant Tailoc 

Main. 
Sponsel V, jeweler, Main. 
Stewart E S, hardware. Main. 
Titomas John, Boots and Shoes, Madn 
Victor Packing Co, A B Riford, M G L.asi 

port, N B Hall proprs. 
Warner Charles A, agent C & M L S R R, 
Warner Si grocer, Pipestone. 



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"Western Union Tel Co, W P McDonough 

operator. 
Wick J<»hn, shoe maker. Pipestone. 
Wiiliams Henry W, lumber mnfr. 
Winans R, phv-sician, Pipestone. 
Wordcn & Fonger, meat market. Main. 

Wright Oeorce R A Brother, 

* Zinc Washtioiira and Brewer Bung 

Mnfrs. [Ste adv.) 
Zuknwski Joseph S, druggist. Territorial. 



BENZONIA. 

The county seat of Benzie county. A 
village of 350 inhabitants, 7^ miles due 
east from Frankfort, and 30 southwest of 
Traverse City. Wheat and fruit are the 
staple products of the vicinity. Benzonia is 
the seat of Grand Traverse College, a Con- 
gregational institution as yet in its infancy. 
Bonzonia derives water power from Cold 



THE BliNTON HARBOR PALLADIUM, 

Is published every Friday, by 

CHARLES E. REEVES, Editor and Proprietor, ^ 

GATES «e BELL'S BLOCK, 

BENTON HARBOR, MICHIGAN. 



The Palladium is devoted largely to the fruit-growing interests of Benton Harbor and 
viciniiy. 01^* Terms of Subscription, Two Dollars per year, invariably in advance.'^^Q 
Advertising limited. Terms low. 

Notary Public and Coiveyancer, 

Fire, Life and AccideRt InsuraRce Agent. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO COLLECTIONS. 



Office over Stewart's Hardware^ 

BENTON HARBOR. - - MICHIGAN. 



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Spring creek and Mill creek, and contains 2 
saw mills, a planing mill and a grist mill. 
Lumber, potatoes and maple sugar are ship- 
ped. Telegraph, Western Union. Post- 
master, John Bailey. Ship goods via Frank- 
fort or Traverse City. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Adams Rev A B, (Congregational ist. ) 

Bailey Rev C E, (Congregational ist.) 

Bailey C £ & Co, general store. 

Barnard Rev A, (Congregationalism) 

Carrier Mrs SAB, hotel. 

Case W N & Co, saw mill. 

Fisher Rev Joseph, (Congregationalist.) 

Holbrook, Case & Co, general store. 

Hubbell &. Son, grist mill, 

Kennedy A H, school teacher. 

Mack H O, physician. 

Perry & Kennedy, planing mills. 

Perry R G & Co, saw mill. 

Pettitt Rev John, (Congregationalist.) 

BEBUN. 

A village in Wright township, Ottawa 
county on the line of the D. & M. R. R. 
Distances east from Grand Haven 21 miles, 
from Detroit 167 miles. Berlin has one 
woolen mill, one flouring mill and 2 spring 
bed bottom mnfrs. Population, 300. Sur- 
rounding country, agricultural. R. B. Mc- 
Culloch, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Aviatt Loren, blacksmith. 

Bolt A £, musical instruments. 

Brittain J B, upholsterer. 

Broughton J, upholsterer. 

Chappell P M, woolen mill. . . 

Dayton J T, physician. ' ' . 

Dressenoer John, boots and shoes. 
. Everharc S, wagonmaker. 

Ferguson J P, physician. 

Fisk M V, express agent. 

Gill H A, general store. 

Hill J F, station agent. 

Hines M, boots and shoes. 

McCulloch R B, drugs. 

Macy George, grist mill, 
^onroe William, harness maker. 

Morgan £ C, wagonmaker. 

Morlatt J. grocer. 

Norton B F, grain dealer. 

Raymond & Becker, hotel. 

Raymond H J, boot and shoemaker. 

Robfion M M, boot and shoemaker. 

Walling E, physician. 

BERRIEN CENTER. 

A postofEce in Berrien township, Berrien 
county. It is 3^ miles east of Berrien 
Springs the county seat, and 10 miles north of 
Niles. its shipping station. |t is in a good 

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B. F. Wood, postmaster. 

BUSU>fESS DIRECTORY. 

Marr Thomas, lumber mnfr. 
Weluster Elder. (United Brethren.) 
Wilber Rev Frederick, (Methodist.) 

BERRIEN SPRINGS. 

The county seat of Berrien county. It 
on the St. Joseph river, 25 miles above i1 
mouth, and about the geographical center 
that county. It is lo miles northwest 
Niles, and 15 southeast of St. Joseph, 
has a population of about 800. It has 611^ 
facilities for water power, but they are no^ 
as yet improved. A rich farming country 
surrounds the place. Express, AmericaaJ 
Telegraph, Western Union. Postmastei; 
Fred McOmber. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

American Express Co, office Nichols ft 
Graham*s store. 

Anderson T W, physician. 

Armstrong S G, physician, eclectic. 

Ayers A, billiard saloon. 

Beistle J W, dentist. 

Berrien Co Journal, Barnard & Co, publishers 

Bethens Charles, hamessmaker. 

Boon & HelmSy blacksmiths and wagon- 
makers. 

Brayman Frank A, painter. 

Case B F, cigars, tobacco and billiards. 

Claar George, hardware and tinsmith. 

Colvin A W, news depot. 

Davis A J, bakery and restaurant. 

Davis N J, groceries. 

DeField House, Mrs Mary DeField, propr. 

Dix R D, Berrien Co Abstract office. 

Essick David, meat market. 

Feather E A, news depot. 

Filkins P J, cooper and mason. 

Filkins & Crum, millinery. 

Gaugler D G W, furniture. 

Gorham Ira, blacksmith and wagonmaker. 

Green B F, barber. 

Howe Charles F, surveyor, civil engineer 
and real estate. 

Howe & Shearer, planing mill. 

Hubbard D K, boots and shoes. 

Jewell &. Taylor, groceries and provisions. 

Kephart P & H, druggists. 

Kephart P & Son, general store. 

Lemon Mrs A B & Co, milliners. 

IVIcOmber Fred« Jewelry Store. 

Marquissee L B, boots and shoes. 

Martin J S, physician. 

Mason W F, physician. 

Miller J R, blacksmith. 

Nichols & Grahaiu, general store. 

Parker James, photographer and rf ^(aorant, 

Pennell B F, general store, 

Putoafp W, lawyer. 



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Reed House, O Reed, propr. 
Reiber W F, physician. 
Reiter D H, druggist. 
Scott George, hamefssmaker. 
Stow A. D, billiard saloon. 
Vinton H S, blacksmith. 
Wheeler O, physician and deQtist. 

BEBTBAND. 

A Tillage of 300 inhabitant^, on the St. 
Jbceph river, in the township of Niles, south- 
east comer of Berrien county, 3|^ miles due 
•ouih of the city of Niles, on the road to 
So«th Bend. The South Bend branch of the 
M. C. R. R. passes through Bertrand. It is 
ia a good farming country, grain and potatoes 
being the staple products. An extensive 
brickyard is carried on here, and brick 
forms the leading article of shipment. It 
take% its name from Joseph Bertrand, a 
Frenchman who settled here at an early day. 
No intoxicating liquors are sold in Bertrand. 
Postmaster, D. C. Higbee. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Brown D G, flouring mill. 
Cripe Rev Jacob (Dunkard). 
Higbee D C, grocer and brickmaker. 

BEBVILLE. 

A postoffice in St. Oair county, Berlin 
township, 10 miles south of Capac and 6 
•orth of Armada The settlement is more 
6imiliarly known as Baker's Corners. Quid 
ride. Population about 50. John B. Frost, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Begout John, boot and shomaker. 
Frost John B, general store. 
Frost Lewis A, boot and shoemaker. 
Janris Francis, hotel. 
Lewis Charles, physician. 
O'Connor William, blacksmith. 
Orasby Reul)en M, wagonmaker. 
Soever Jesse C, veterinary surgeon. 
Wade Marion, boot and shoemaker. 



BETHEL. 

A postoffice in the town of Bethel, Branch 
eoanty, 9^ miles south of Coldwater. 
Wbeai, apples, pork, poultry and butter are 
the staple products of the neighborhood. D. 
F. MiKner, postmaster. 

BtJSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Baldwin £, carpenter. 
DooUttle H, general store. 
Dabcndorf John, saw and shingle mill. 
Flick H, carpenter. 
;ffil Rev George, (United Brethren.) 
iBoitoB G M. hamessmaker. 
Kent k Benson, shingle mill and heading. 



Lampman Rev Luman, (Methodist Episco- 
pal.) 
Miner E, carpenter. 
Pond Benjamin, broom mnfr. 
Sherman A H, saw mill and handle factory. 
Strong E M, carpenter. 
Wheeler J. physician. 
Wiseman D F boot and shoemaker. 
Woodcox C H, physician. 

BIG BEAVEB. 

A small village in the township of Troy. 
Oakland county, 5 miles north of Royal 
Oak, and 5 east of Birmingham. It is the 
center of a rich farming district. Settled in 
1826. Population 250. Andrew Ebling, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Eagan J, general store. 
Ebling Andrew, general store. 
Gillett Eli, ashery. 
Lamb & Smith, saw and grist mill. 
Pax John, boot and shoemaker. 
Phelps Wm, justice of the peace. 
Revell James, physician. 
Terry George, blacksmith. 

BIG PRAIRIE. 

A postoffice in the eastern part of Neway- 
go county, 8 miles north of Croton. It is on 
the Muskegon River, 6 miles from Morgan 
station on the C. & M. L. S. R. R. The sur- 
rounding country is high, dry and very fer- 
tile. Postmaster — Wm S. Uiley. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Barton James, lawyer. 
French Rev V P. 
Hertzer J August, physician. 
Howe Rev Samuel, 
Thompson Jonathan, hotel. 
Utley Wm S, general store. 

BIG RAPIDS. 

The City of Big Rapids, the county seat 
of Mecosta county, is located on the Mus- 
kegon river, 56 miles north of Grand Rapids. 
The corporation extends over an area of six 
square miles, and contains excellent farming 
land, lying high and dry on both sides of 
the river, which runs diagonally through the 
city in a southeasterly course, and furnishe ; 
a water-power second to none in the State. 
Mitchell creek enters the corporation on the 
west, and empties into the river a little 
above the center of the city. The site on 
which the city stands, with a large tract of 
land adjoining it, was purchased from the 

fovemment in 1854, by Frederick Hall, of 
onia, and in 1855, George B. Warren and 
Chauncy P. Ives, of Troy, N. Y., bought 



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the site, and platted it in 1859 as the village 
of Big Rapids. They built a saw mill on 
Mitchell creek, near the river, and a few 
shanties Up to 1863, mails were brought 
in on horsebock from Greenville, when a 
weekly stage commenced running from 
Grand Rapids, via Newaygo. The village 
grew rapidly until, in 1869, it was incorpo- 
rated a city by the Legislature, and in 1870 
contained a population of 1.300, the present 
population of the city is about 3,500. In 
July, 1870, the Grand Rapids and Indiana 
railroad reached the city, and now runs 
through it to Petoskey on Little Traverse 
bay. In September, 1872, the railroad 
from Muskegon to Big Rapids, under con- 
trol of the Michigan Central Co. was com- 
menced and trains began running in July, 

1873. 

The city is supplied with water for fire 
protection and private use by means of the 
Holly water works, put in by the city in 
1871, at a cost of $65,000. 

The Methodist, Baptist, Presbyterian and 
Episcopalian denominations have large and 
thriving societies, each with a neat and ele- 
gant house of worship. The Methodist 
church was organized in 1865, and built 
their house in 1867. The Presbyterian 
church was* organized in 1867, and have 
built a beautiful brick church at a cost of 
$12,000. The Episcopal church was organ- 
ized in 1870, and the place of worship erect- 
ed in 187 1. The Baptist church was organ- 
ized in 1871, and the church built the same 
year The Catholics have lately also built 
a church. 

The county owns a block containing about 
three acres near the center of the city, in 
the center of which will be erected the court 
house. The corners of the block have been 
set apart for churches of any denominations 
which will erect church edifices thereon. 
One corner is now occupied by the Metho- 
dist church, another by the Presbyterian, 
and the other two are ready for claimants. 
The city park fronts this square on the east. 

A literary association with 100 members 
was organized in 1871, and regular lecture 
courses maintained. 

The manufactories of Big Rapids have 
assumed large proportions. The Tioga Manu- 
facturing Company was organized in 1871, 
wiih a capital stock of $500,000. The 
company owns large tracts of pine land on 
the Upper Muskegon, a farm of 200 acres, 
the water power and a large number of city 
lots in the northern part of the city. A dam 
has been constructed across the river, with 
a long race on each side, and two saw mills 
with a capacity of I2,ooo,chx> feet per an- 
num, I shingle mill with a capacity of 4,000,- 
000 per annum, two lath mills with a capa- 



city of 8,000,000 per annum, and a large 
grist mill have been erected thereon. Pri- 
vate individuals have erected other manu- 
factories on this water power, having pur- 
chased the right to do so from the Tioga com- 
pany. 

The Big Rapids Improvement Company 
was organized in 1871, with a capital stock 
of $200,000. The company owns the water 
power in the southeast part of the city, to- 
gether with a large number of lots and busi- 
ness blocks in all parts of the city. It also 
owns large tracts of pine land in Mecosta 
and adjoining counties. The water j^ower 
has been improved by the construction of a 
dam across the river and a long race on 
each side The company in 1872 erected 
a large saw mill and shingle mill, which will 
soon be followed by in6re extensive manu- 
factories. 

T. D. Stimson, Esq., who owns very large 
tracts of pine land on the Upper Muskegon 
river, erected a large saw mill on the east 
side of the river near the dam of the Big 
Rapids Improvement Company, in i87i,at 
a cost of $50,000, and with a capacity of 
10,000,000 per annum. The mill property 
and stock in the yard are worth about 
$150,000. 

The Big Rapids Boom Company was or- 
ganized in 1872 with a capital stock of $30,- 
000. The present capacity of boomage is 
50,000,000, with facilities for 100,000,000 
when needed. 

The Big Rapids Iron Co. Is a new enter- 
prise, having been started this year by Messrs 
Hill & Crawford, both of whom came here 
lately from Pennsylvania. Mr. Hill, of this 
firm, is one of the veterans in the business, 
having learned the trade and spent many 
years with the Presque Isle Iron Co., Steams, 
Clark & Co., and Stearns. Hill & Co., all of 
which are now merged into the Steams 
Manufacturing Co., with which he is still 
connected. He has traveled extensively 
through the country, amongst mill men, and 
thoroughly understands their wants. The 
building occupied by the com]>any is 165 by 
120 (eet, two stories high, and built of brick. 
On the ground floor is a machine shop 50 by 
, 60, a foundry 5© by 60, a storeroom and 
office 45 by 95 ; there is also a blacksmith 
shop, engine room, core room and cupola 
room. Up stairs is a pattern and wood work- 
ing shop, another wareroom for light ma- 
chinery 45 by no, and a tin shop about 60 
feet square. 

The Big Rapids Furniture Manufactunng 
Company was organized in July, 1872, with 
a capital stock of $50,000. The company 
has a large factory on the west side of the 
liver, near the dam of the Tioga Co., with a 
capacity for turning out $800,000 worth of 



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CURTIS & LIN S LEY, 

One Door South of Exchange Bank, 

BIG RAPIDS, - - - MICPIIGA.N". 





WARM MEALS AT ALL HOURS. OYSTERS IN SEASON. 

Also Confectionery and Ice Cream. 



ANDREWS BROTHERS, 

Dealers in 

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work per annum. All kinds of furniture 
are manufactured for shipment and for home 
market. 

The Exchange Bank was organized in 
1867, and incorporated in April, 187 1, with 
an authorized capital stock of $150,000. 

The Northern National Bank was organ- 
ized in June, 1871, with a capital stock of 
$75,000. 

The Pacific Hotel was built in 1858, and 
hence is the oldest hotel in the city. It has 
always enjoyed a prosperous business. It 
furnishes accommodation for about 75 guests. 

The present Mason House is a new hotel, 
having been completed about January 1st, 
1875. It is three stories high and fronts on 
Michigan avenue 100 feet, and on Maple 
street 125 feet. It is fitted up with all the 
modern improvements, and has a capacity 
for accommodating about 100 guests. The 
other hotels are the Montreal House, the 
Rose Hotel and the National Hotel. 

There are two weekly newspapers pub- 
lished here — the •* Magnet " and " Pioneer." 

Nearly all branches of trade and industry 
are represented, and the city is surrounded 
by a rich country, with many old and well 
improved farms. 

Both the Americ^^ ,and United States 
Express Companies have offices here. 

The Western Union Telegraph Company 
and the G. R. & I. R. R. Co.'s line furnish 
telegraphic facilities. Thomas Lazell, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

American Express Co, John M Raper, agent, 

Michigan ave. 
Andrews Brotliers, Saw Makers 

opp Union School, Michigan ave. {S^e 

adv.) 
Armitage & Reed, flouring mill. Upper Big 

Rapids. 
Bailey & Hardy, meat market, Michigan 

ave. 
Beebe N H & Co, grocers, Michigan ave. 
Bennett Bros, billiard saloon, Michigan ave. 
Bigelow Charles P, physician and druggist, 

Michigan ave. 
Big Rapids Furniture Mnfg Co, Wm Vanloo, 

sec, Upper Big Rapids. 
Big Rapids Improvement and Mnfg Co, 

Sumner Stickney, pres, Finley D Brown, 

sec, Michigan ave. 

Bi^ Rapids Iron Works, Hill & 

Crawford, Proprs, Miciiigan ave. (Sft 
adv.) 

Big Rapids Literary Association, cor Michi- 
gan ave and Elm. 

Big Rapids Magnet, E O Rose, publisher, 
Maple. 

Big Rapids Pioneer (weekly,) Gay & Bar- 
rows, publishers. Opera Hall Block. 



Bonner Henry L, sewing machines, Michi- 
gan ave. 

Brackett Bros, boots and shoes, Michigaa 
ave. 

Brazee & Osbum, barbers, Michigan ave. 

Bronson Stephen, pres Exchange Bank and 
vice-pres Big Rapids Improvement and 
Mnfg Co, Michigan ave. 

Brown Finley D, sec Big Rapids Improve- 
ment and Mnfg Co, Michigan ave. 

Brown Jacob L, machinist. Upper Big Ra- 
pids. 

Brown John W, boot and shoemaker, State 
Upper Big Rapids. 

Brown MIchaeL Lawyer, 116 Mich- 
igan ave. 

Bruce Valorus W, books and stationery, 108 
Michigan ave. 

Chick & Lincoln, carpenters. Maple. 

€lly Bakery and Grocery, £ 

Holmes, Propr, Michigan ave. 
Clark E»eck P, Grocer, 128 Michigan 

ave. 
Clark Henry E, grocer. State, Upper Big 

Rapids. 
Colby James M, register of deeds, Opera 

Hall Block. 
Collins & Anderson, grocers, Michigan ave. 
Conant Watson C, shingle mill and general 

store. State, Upper Big Rapid». 
Conrad Edmond S, photographer, Michigan 

ave. 
Cooper BaTid D, Meat Market, 

Michigan ave. 
Crawford Geo W, agent U S Express, Mich- 
igan ave. 
Cnrtis A Lilnsley, Restaurant, Michi- 
gan ave. 
Deirey Elijak F, Lawyer, Opera 

Hall Block. 
Dion Joseph, restaurant, Michigan ave. 
Dumon Frank, Lawyer, Opera Hall 

Block. 
Dutton James B, dry goods, Opera Hall 

Block.' 
Eldredge Aionzo W, dentist, Michigan iv^. 
Emerson Darius F, boot and shoemaker, 

Michigan ave. 
Escott Joseph T, sheriff; Opera Hall Block. 

Exchange Bank of Biy Rapids* 

Stephen Bronson, Pres, Chas A. Stickney, 
Cash, Michigan ave. 
Fairfield Geo W, architect. Opera Hall 
Block. 

Faleon Planing Mill, Hudnutt, 

Hanks & Henderson, Proprs, Muskegon 
River, nr Upper Bridge. 

Fisk Rugene C, watches and jewelry, Mich- 
igan ave. 

Frieberg AngUSt F9 Merchant Tailor, 
Michigan ave. 

French A liridoneer, Proprs Mon- 
treal House, Michigan ave. 



BIG AND BUSINESS DIRECTOKY. BIG X43 

Big Bapids Ironworks. 



HILL & CRAWFORD. 



Manufacturers of 



SENERAl MILL MACIINERT, 

STATIONARY and PORTABLE ENGINES and BOILERS, 

Circular, Gang and Mnlay Mills. 



Gang Edgers, Jackers, Log Tnmers, Latk Ifills & Bolters, 



ALSO, ALL KINDS OF 



HEAVY AND LIGHT CASTINGS, 



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BRASS GOODS. 

Stearns' Manufacturing Co.'s Mill Machinery on Hand and 

Furnished at Short Notice. 

MILL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS FURNLSHED, 



Special Attention Given to 



Repairiiig and General Job Work. 

SHEET IRON AND TIN WARE 

Made to Order and Kept for Sale. 



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Fuller Ceylon C, lawyer, Opera Hall Block. 
Gay Charlie, county clerk, office Opera Hail 

Block. 
Gay & Barrows^ publishers Big Rapids Pio- 
neer, Opera Hall Block. 
Girard Geo, grocer. Maple nr R R depot. 
tiraham John F, Saloon, Michigan 

ave. 
Graves Benjamin F, lawyer, Opera Hall 

Block. 
Graves Frank H, hardware, Michigan ave. 
Gray, Howard & Co, lumber mnfrs, office 

Opera Hall Block. 
Goulett Mack, saloon, Michigan ave. 
Green Lewis H, lumber mnfr, office Elm. 
Griswold & Co, proprs Rose Hotel, State, 

Upper Big Rapids. 
Gunn Miss Mary M, miljinery, Michigan 

ave. 
Haney Edward G, founder and machinist 

and hardware. Upper Big Rapids. 
mil A Crawford, Big Rapids Iron 

Works, Michigan ave. 
Hills & Farnham, builders, Maple. 
Hobart Bros & Co, books and stationery, 

Michigan ave. 
Hodskey Lester C, grocer and jeweler. State 

Upper Big Rapids. 
Holmes Ebeneaser, Grocery and 

Bakery, Michigan ave. 
Hood Cyrus J, flour and feed, Michigan ave. 
Howard Wm, bowling saloon, Michigan ave. 

lludnntit,llanks A Henderson, 

Proprs Falcon Planing Mill, Muskegon 

River nr Upper Bridge. 
Huling Jared P, tobacco and cigars, Michi- 
gan ave. 
Hulsart Dexter M, boot and shoemaker, 

Michigan ave. 
Humphrey James £, general store,' Michigan 

ave. 
Hutchinson Luther N, dentist, Michigan 

ave. 
Johnson Harley H, Propr Mason 

House, cor Michigan ave and Maple. 
Johnson Henry S, Propr Pacific 

House, cor Michigan ave and Maple. 
Johnson & Orr, caq^enters. Spruce. 
' Jones Henry T, harnessmaker, Michigan 

ave. 
Jordan & Wright, saloon, Michigan ave. 
Joslin & Peters, clothing. Mason House. 
Judkins J Byron, lawyer, Michigan ave. 
Kilbourne Joseph H, grocer, 40 Michigan 

ave. 
Klesner John K, wagonmaker. State. 
Latimer W Irving, county treasurer, office 

Opera Hall Block. 
Laur Thomas G, confectioner, Michigan ave. 
Lazell Thomas, postmaster, Michigan ave. 
LeDuke John, boots and shoes, Michigan 

ave. 
Leggett Stephen T, grocer, Michigan ave. 



Levy Bros, furnishing goods, Michigan a?e. 

Lewen Andreas, boot and shoe maker, 
State, Upper Big Rapids. 

Lincoln & Frederick, w^gonmakers, Michi- 
gan ave. 

l^utlen John, agent C & M L S R R, at 
DejK>t. 

McCulloch Thomas, boot and shoemaker, 
State, Upper Big Rapids. 

Mclvor John E, painter, Michigan ave. 

Mclvor Mrs John E, dress making. Elm 

McLcUan Duncan, boots and shoes, Michi- 
gan ave. 

niaSOII House, H M Johnson Propr, 
cor Michigan ave and Maple. 

Means William J, boots and shoes, Michi- 
gan ave. 

Honlreal House* French & Ladoucer 
Pro|>rs. Michigan ave. 

Moon Robert A, lumlier mnfr, on Muskegon 
river. Upper Big Rapids. 

Morey Homer A, telegrapher, Michigan ave. 

Morrisey & Kennedy, saloon, Michigan ave. 

Mulberry T D & Co, druggists. State, Upper 
Big Rapids. 

National Hotel, R W Sprague propr, Michi- 
gan ave. 

Northern National Bank, G F Stearns pres^ 
Michigan ave. 

Nottingham Calvin W, lawyer and United 
States commissioner, Opera Hall block. 

Nottingham, Roberts ^ Taylor, 

Insurance Agents, 0))era Hall Block. 
Osbum Levi J, tailor, Michigan ave. 
Osgood Lucius L, grocer, State, Upper Big 

Rapids. 
Pact He House, H S Johnson Propr, 

cor Michigan ave and Maple. 
Palmer John H, Lawyer with M 

Brown, 116 Michigan ave. 
Parsons John R, lawyer, Michigan ave. 
Perry J W & Co,druggists,i04 Michigan ave. 
Phelps Sidney P, physician, Slate, Upper 

Big Rapids. 
Phelps & Parker, dry go«ds, 124 Michigan 

ave. 
Porter George W, grocer, Michigan ave. 
Powers John, blacksmith, State, Upper Big 

Rapids. 
Raper John M, Union Ticket Office, 

Tickets to all points, opp Mason House. 
Ravell George, grocer, State, Upper Big 

Rapids. 
Roben Douglas, lawyer, Opera Hall Block. 
Roberts Walter L, lawyer and Ioaq agent, 

Opera Hall Block. 
Rodemich George, shingle mnfr. lower mill 

on river. 
Roof D & Son, boots and shoes, Michigan 

ave. 
Rose Elias O, publisher Big Rapids Magnet, 

Maple. 
Rose Fred, harness maker, Michigan ave. 



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Ros« Hotel, Griswold Sl Co proprs, State, 
Upper Big Rapids. 

Rosenberg Moses, clothing, Michigan ave. 

Schiedel Isaac, grocer, Michigan ave. 

Scranton & Moody, livery. Maple. 

Schafer Charles, Real Estate, Michi- 
gan ave. 

Shannon Patrick, tailor, Michigan ave. 

fiharpe Thomaei J. Meat Market, 
Michigan ave, also State,Upper Big Rapids. 

Smith Asa, blacksmith. State. 

Sprague Richard W, propr National Hotels 
Michigan ave. 

Steams Dan £, dry goods, 1 16 Michigan ave. 

Stengel Augustus, furniture. Upper Big 
Rapids, nr Bridge. 

Stevens Philip M, carpenter, Michigan ave. 

Stickney Charles A, cashier Exchange Bank, 
Michigan ave. 

Stickney Sumner, pres Big Rapids Improve- 
ment and ^nfg Co, Michigan ave. 

Scimson Thomas D, lumber, Maple e s river. 

Stone John B, harness, State, Upper Big 
Rapids. 

Strong Wm K, gun smith, State, Upper Big 
Rapids. 

Tibbils Augustus C, saloon, Michigan ave. 

Tioga Mnfg Co, saw mill, Thomas C Piatt 
pres, John F arown manager, Upper Big 
Rapids. 



Travis Mrs Maria B, millinery, Michigan ave. 
Tyler Justus J, grocer. Michigan ave. 
Union Ticket Office, Railroad and 

Steamship, Tickets to all points, John M 

Raper, opp Mason House. 
United States Express Co, Geo W Crawford 

agt, Michigan ave. 
Vandersluis Frank O) general store. Opera 

Hall Block. 
Wagener Charles H, druggist, Ii8 Michigan 

ave. 
Waid Orrin, grocer, Michigan ave. 
Wakefield Roscoe G, blacksmith, Maple. 
Wallace Zachariah, barber, Michigan ave* 
Warren John S, boots and shoes, State« 

Upper Big Rapids. 
Webster S G & Co, grocers, 136 Michigan ave. 
W U Tel Co, John M Raper manager, Mich- 
igan ave. 
Whitney Willard A, physician, Michigan ave. 

Wliittlesejr W Sanford, Lawyer^ 

128 Michigan ave. 
Wilcox Stephen S, hardware, cor Michigan 

ave and Maple. 
Wiseman & Carle, furniture, 120 Michigan 

ave. 
Wood August F, boot and shoemaker, State, 

Upper Big Rapids. 
Wood Hanford B, planing mill, Maple e s 

river. 



PACIFIC HOUSE, 

H. S. JOHNSON, Proprietor, 



CORNER MAPLE STREET ANDJtICHIGAN AVE., 



Lower Big Rapids, 



Michigan. 



This is one of the best establishments in the northern part of the State. It is 
replete with EVERY COMFORT, being nicely fitted up and furnished throughout. 
Special Attention paid to Guests. 



BOARDING BY WEEK OR DAY. 



OMNIBUSES TO AND FROM EVERY TRAIN. 



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Wood & Hendryx, physicians, Michigan ave. 
Wooley Leonidas G, station agt and tele- 
grapher at G R & I Depot. 
Worden Wm. livery, Maple. 
Yats George W, boarding, Michigan ave. 
Young William J, grocer, 113 Michigan ave. 

BIO SPBINa. 

A postoffice in the town of Wright, Otta- 
wa county. It is 7 miles north of Berlin, 
its nearest railroad station. Wheat and 
corn are the principal productions of the 
neighborhood. Norman Harris* postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Harris Norman, general store. 
Miller M, furniture mnfr. 



BIROH RUN, 

A village of 200 souls in Birch Run town- 
ship, in ;he southeast corner of Saginaw 
county. It is on the F. & P. M' R. R., 16 
miles north of Flint and 16 from East Sagi- 
naw. The W. U. Telegraph and American 
Express Companies maintain offices here. 
The country around is well adapted to agri- 
culture, but is new as yet. Oil-barrel staves 
are manufactured, and these with cordwood 
and hay form the leading shipments. L. P. 
Racine, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Beardsley Ira, blacksmith. 

Colon & Racine, general store. 

Conquest Thomas, carpenter. 

Cook John, carpenter and builder. 

Goff Charles W, physician. 

Gray G B, general store. 

Russtll J V, oil barrel staves. 

Schoen F J, station agent. 

Sheley Bros, hotel proprs. 

Strang Frank, grocer. 

Thayer G W, lumber. 

Thompson, Miller & Co, boots and shoes. 

Thompson O S, lumber. 

BmD, 

A postoffice in the eastern part of Oceana 
county, 22 miles from Pentwater and 17 



from Mears, on the C. & M. L. S. R. R., the 
nearest railroad point. One saw mill is lo- 
cated here. Population, 50. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORT. 

Allen C R, wood cutter. 

Bole Samuel, teamster. 

Brown John, general store and saw mill. 

Carpenter R J, hotel propr, cabinet maker 

and justice of the peace. 
Hinds J, blacksmith. 
Justice George W, gunsmith. 
Packet Peter, cabinet maker. 
Raisin Rev James, (Methodist). 
Ratcliff Samuel, boot and shoemaker. 
Scott David, physician. 
Van tassel Isaac, cooper. 
Wicks W M, musician. 
Zeigler Aagust, carpenter. 

BnUO^GHAM. 

In 1 8 19 the first settlers cut their way 
through from Detroit to Birmingham, al- 
though it was many ye»rs later when the 6r9i 
ideas of a village at this point were enter- 
tained. Birmingham has now a popnlation 
of 700 or 800, and is situated iS miles from 
Detroit on the D. & M. R. R. The patri- 
otic spirit of it and the surrounding country 
is attested by the erection of a $1,000 mon- 
ument in the center of the village, bearing 
the names of the fallen soldiers of the four 
townships, of Troy (in which Birmingham is 
located), Bloom field, Royal Oak and South- 
field, They have a fine union school house, 
three churches — Methodist, Presbyterian and 
Baptist — the former of which is said to be 
one of the very finest in the State outside 
of Detroit, and a lodge of Grangers. It 
has also a foundry, a grist mill and a saw 
mill. J. Allen Bigelow, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Allen Frank, barber, Saginaw. 

Baldwin John, horseshoer. 

Blgrdoi^ J Alleily Grocer, Insurance 

Agt, Postmaster and Express Agt, Mill. 
Blakeslee Frank & Co, general store, cor 

Saginaw and Mill. 
Bodine John, tailor, Saginaw. 
Carson James R, general store, Mill. 
Daines Geo E, propr National Hotel. 




J. F. R O B B I N S, 

Manufacturer of 

Carriages, A?Vagons, Sleighs, &:e., 

Mill Street, BIRMINGHAM, MICH. 



Repairing of all kinds done promptly and at lowest rates. 



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DtTis Anunos. i^eneral store, Saginaw. 

Fnrman Mrs L T, millineiy. Saginaw. 

Greer Robert, carriage mnfr. 

Ha^raum Frank* Drugs and Gro- 
ceries, Saginaw. 

Hobnan Samuel, harness maker, Troy. 

Irring H & Son, hardware, Saginaw. 

leaks ^Cornelias W, Dealer in Fur- 
niture and Undertaker, Troy. 

Jennings Edmund L, tailor, Saginaw. 

Lamb Edgar, harness maker, Saginaw. 

Lagib Frederick, painter, Troy. 

Leach Benjamin, grocer, Saginaw. 

Lawes I & M, dry goods, Saginaw. 

lasted Richard D, confectionery, Saginaw. 

Millard Gordon H, dentist, or Saginaw and 
Mill. 

NatlonAl Hotels Geo E Daines, Propr, 
Saginaw. 

Futridge Alanson, wagonmaker. 

Peabody Lyman B, general store. 

Poppleton Orrin, general store. 

BiekoMMid Wellington H, Watches, 

Qocks and Jewelry. 
BobblttS James F« Carriage and 

Wagon Mnfr, Troy. {See adv.) 
Smith M & Son, founders and machinists. 
Stewart George, shoemaker. 
Stodiwell & Knight, general store. Saginaw. 

Tlierae St ConTerse« Meat Market 

and Produce, cor Troy and Saginaw. 
Tons George, barber, Saginaw. 
Watm S, blacksmith, Troy. 
Western Union Telegraph Office, F Hager- 

man operator, Saginaw. 



BISMABK. 

A postoffice of Snnfield township, in the 
northwest comer of Eaton county. Dis- 
tance from Charlotte 17 miles, from Ver^ 
Bkontrille, a station on the Grand River 
Valley division of the M. C. R. R., 5 miles. 
Cheese, grain, maple sugar and staves are 
the leading articles of shipment. Population 
220, A, G. Jewell postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Downing John C, hardware and groceries. 

Freemire & Bemis, saw mill. 

GoBcher C W, physician.* 

Gfinnell Brothers, general store. 

Harris R D & Sons, barrels, staves and 

hoops. 
Jewell A G, notary public and insurance. 
Loomis S P, hop grower. 
Preston E F, cheese mnfr. 
Sutherland M C, bUcksmith. 
Walsh James, butcher. 
WiQxams James, boots and shoes. 



BLACKBERRY RIDGE. 

A postoffice of Benona township, Oceana 
fiona^, 12 miles southwest from Hart, the 



county seat. Mears, 8 miles east, is the 
nearest railroad point. Grain, potatoes and 
fruit of all kinds are cultivated, and lumber, 
shingles and clapboards are manufactured 
for shipment. James Gibbs postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Gibbs James, real estats agent. 
Sammons Joseph H, general store and dealer 
in lumber and staves. 



BLAOE LAKE. 

A postoffice and flag-station dn the Michi- 
gan Lake Shore R R, at the head of Black 
lake, in Norton township, Muskegon coun- 
ty. It is four miles south of Muskegon and 
9 north of Grand Haven. At the foot of 
the lake, or where it empties into lake 
Michigan, is located the postoffice of Lake 
Harbor. The country around is mostly wild 
but well adapted to fruit culture. Some 
rye, com and potatoes are raised, but f.uit, 
and particularly peaches, is the crop that 
peculiarly excels. Fruit, lumber, shingles 
and wintergreen oil are the staple articles of 
shipment. Express, United States. M E 
Fowler, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Cobb G 8c Son, mnfrs of fruit boxes and 

baskets. 
Ferry & Son, lumber mnfrs. 
Fuller & Fowler, shingle mnfrs. 
Scully G, distiller of essential oils. 



BLACKMAR. 

A station on the line of the F. & P. M. R. R, 
situated in Taymouth township, in the south- 
eastern part of Saginaw county. The man- 
ufactures and shipments are lumber, lath and 
shingles. Population 100. Distance from 
Detroit 77 miles, from East Saginaw 12 miles. 
Levi Bronson, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECrORY. 

Blackmar A T, saw mill. 



BLACK RIVER. 

A station on the C. & M. L S R. R., 65 
miles above New Buffalo, and 4 north of 
Grand Junction the crossing of the K. & 
S. H. R. R. 






BLAIR. 

A settlement and postoffice in the town of 
Castleton, Barry county, 5 miles due north 
of Nashville, its nearest railroad shipping 
point, and 30 miles from Lansing. It is in 
a farming country, the staples, of which are 
wheat and corn. Maple sugar, wool and 
wheat are shipped. A Roosa, postmaster. 
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BLENDON. 

A postofEce in Ottawa county, 23 miles 
southeast of Grand Haven on the mail route 
between that place and Grandville. 

BUSSFTFiTiD. 

The village of Blissfield is situated on the 
river Raisin, which divides it in nearly equal 
parts, in the county of Lenawee, 10 miles 
from Adrian, and 22 miles from Toledo. ♦It 
lies on the main line of the L. S. & M. S. R. 
R.y about 2 miles east of the junction with 
the Canada Southern. 

The population of the town is estimated at 
1,500, and with fair prospects of continued 
growth. 

The fanning country about is of excellent 
quality. 

The river Raisin affords water power for a 
grist and saw mill, the balance of the manu- 
facturing establishments being run by steam. 
They consist of a flouring mill owned by 
Love & Dunn, a saw mill by Henry Jipson, 
the tobacco manufacturing company, a large 
stave factory and cooper shop, giving employ- 
ment to some 70- men, the foundry and 
machine shop of John Watson, 2 large furni- 
ture manufactories, one owned by Bliss & 
Son, and the other by M. Small, 3 large 
carriage shops, owned respectively by E. T. 
Rogers, Ford & Oilman, and Fred. Cannon, 
and the handle factory of Brown & Ellis. 

Sportsmen here claim to have the finest 
half-mile training race course in the State. 

The public buildings of the town consist 
of two good halls and two churches, Method- 
ist and Presbyterian. A first class union 
school is in prospect. The Blissfield Advance 
is the newspaper representative of the place. 
Telegraph, Western Union. Express, Ameri- 
can and United States. J. R. [Steaifis, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 
Bartholomew A C, druggist. 
Beagle & Ellis, groceries and hardware. 
Bliss & Son, furniture and undertakers. 
Bliss W W & Son, dry goods, 

Blissfield Advance, Hamblin & 

Samsen Proprs. 
Brown & Ellis, general store. 
Brown Henry B, painter. 
Cannon Fred, carriage mnfr. 
Carpenter Amos E, general store. 
Carpenter, Gilmore & Co, bankers. 
Carpenter Joel, lawyer. 
Clark A, gunsmith. 
Clark John J, justice of the peace. 
Clark & Mitchell, bakers. 
Clark William A, drugs and groceries. 
Cooper H C, agent L S& M S R R. 
Dewey, Foster & Ca stave mnfrs. 
Dewey House, Wm H Drew, propr. 



Doan William, blacksmith. 

Drew William H, propr Dewey House. 

Feback Oeorge, grocer. 

Fisher Howard, insurance agent. 

Ford & Oilman, carriage mnfrs. 

Fuller & Taylor, drugs and stationery. 

Furman & Knight, hamessmakers. 

Oiles & White, hardware, 

Oilmore Arthur D, lawyer. 

Hamblin 'A Samsen^ Editon and 

Proprietors Blissfield Advance. 
Hare Amanda, milliner. 
Hassenflu Henry, meat market. 
Henry John W, barber. 
Hill Anjrnst, Barber. 
Howland Charles £, physician. 
Humphrey Henry T, painter. 
Jipson Henry, lumber dealer. 
Kedzie George E, surveyor. 
Kedzie James T, general store. 
Knight & Foster, grocers. 
Kurtz W H & Co, dry goods. 
Lamb Frank, meat market. 
Lamley David, saloon. 
Leach George, painter. 
lieach Homer, ResUurant. 
Love & Busch, flour and feed. 
McCann & Rhoades, grocers. 
McConnell James, livery stable. 
Mitchell John, harnessmaker. 
Morse Alonzo, photographer. 
Morse W H, dentist. 

Newcomb Roland B €, Physician. 
Orr Hudson, jeweler. 
Page John, propr Wheeler House. 
Payne & Sutliff, carriage mnfrs. 
Peaney Geo D, barber. 
Phillips Mrs L, millinery. 
Rentz John, boots and shoes. 
Rodgers William F, carriage mnfr, general 

store and agent Am Express Co. 
Roof & Sons, boots and shoes. 
Shelden Horace J, boots and shoes. 
Shelden Oscar, lawyer. 
Small Martin, undertaker. ^ 
Smith C W, physician. 
Stearns Jabez R, books and stationery. 
Tallmadge Geo H, meat market. 
Turner E M, physician. 
Wells & Savage Misses, milliners. 

Wheeler House, John Page, propr. 

Wheeler & Sons, flouring mill. 
White Robert, agent U S Express Co. 
Willey, Lane & Co, general store. 
Williams A F & Co, grocers. 
Wuest J W, barber. 
Wyman H, physician. 
Wyman H C, physician. 

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Soathem railroads, about 2 miles west of the 
Tillage of Blissfield in Lenawee county. 
There b no postoffice here. 

BLOOMER CENTER. 

A postoffice in the southeast corner of 
MoDtcalm county, a little north of HubbanU 
ston. 



BLOOMINQDALE. 

A village of 500 inhabitants in the north • 
era part of Van Buren county. It is on the 
K. & S. H. R. R., 22 miles west of Kalama- 
zoo. A branch of Black river supplies wa- 
ter power. A splendid farming country 
sunx>unds it. grain and hay being the stapk 
products. Fruit is also abundant. John 
Killefer, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Beardsley U A, blacksmith. 
Bulson H R, physrcian. 
Carrier, physician. 
Coyer & Brodwell, saw mill. 
Ferguson M, meat market. 
Ferguson & Joy, livery. 
Gould £ G, druggist. 
Hannan Z C, saw mill. 
Hathaway John, printer. 
Haven A, general store. 
Killefer John, general store. 
KiUefer W. saw mill. 
Lane Samuel, hotel, 
loehr T, meat market. 
McMeckan & Schofield, druggists. 
Marshall Ira, lumber dealer. 
Smith Benjamin, lumber dealer. 
Story & Hudson, billiards. 
Taylor A, lumber dealer. 
Van Brunt Joseph, hotel. 

BLOOMINaTON. 

A postoffice in the southeast comer of Sa- 
nilac county, 6 miles south of Lexington, 
ind 16 north of Port Huron. 



BLOOMINa VALLEY. 

A postoffice in Shelby township, Oceana 
county. It is distant, southeast from Hart, 
the county seat, Syi miles, and east from 
Shelby, its nearest railroad station, 3 mile -. 
Soil hereabouts good; timber, beech and 
ma^^le; agricultured products, wheat, corn, 
oats and (Mtatoes. There is no village. 
Benjamin Moore, postmaster. 

BLUPPTON. 

A village at the mouth of Muskegon lak .\ 
$ miles below Muskegon city. Fruit and 
lumber are the staple products of the neigh- 
borhood. Express — American. Telegraph 



— Western Union. (For business directory 
see index to names received too late for in- 
sertion in proper place.) 

BLUMFIELD. 

A postoffice in the southeast part of Sagi- 
naw county, 14 miles east of East Sagi- 
naw. Reese, its shipping station, is situated 
zyi miles distant on the Detroit & Bay City 
R. R. John Klopf, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Heindel Anton, carpenter. 
Heindel Joseph, carpenter. 
Klopf John, general store. 
Kreiger Julius, physician. 



BLUMFIELD JUNCTION. 

A postoffice 10^ miles east of East Sagi- 
naw, on the mail route to Caro. 



BOND'S MILLS. 

A postoffice situated in the town of 
Haring in the central part of Wexford county. 
There are here located one saw mill and a 
store. It is also a station on the Grand Ra- 
pids & Indiana R. R., 6 miles north of Clam 
Lake. Population, 20. M. H. Bond, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bond Bros & Co, saw mill and general store. 



BOWEN'S MILLS. 

A postoffice in the town of Yankee Springs 
in the western part of Barry county. It is 
situated on Bowen's lake, 7 miles southwest 
of Middleville on the G. R. V. R. R. Soil 
hereabouts sandy and gravelly. Productions, 
wheat, corn and buckwheat. Manufactures 
flour and lumber. Population, 80. £. H. 
Bowen, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Baker H A, machinist and gunsmith. 

Bowen & Briggs, lime mnfrs. 

Bowen E H & Son, flour, feed and lumber 

dealers. 
Clark Arthur, wagonmaker. 
Glen Alexander, general store. 
Martin John A, blacksmith. 
Shattrick D W C, physician. 



BOWEN STATION, 

A settlement of 100 inhabitants in Paris 
township, Kent county, on the Grand River 
Valley division of the M. C. R. R. 6 miles 
from Grand Rapids. Soil hereabouts clay, 
products grain and fruit. Fred L. Clark, 
postmaster. 



BOWNE, 

A postoffice of Bowne township in the 
southeast corner of Kent county, 34 miles 



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shipping point is 8 miles north. Wheat, 
wool, pork and beef are the leading ship- 
ments. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Ford Abel, physician. 

Keller Christian, general store. 

Thomas Abner D, dry goods and flouring 

mill. 
Wallace Rev Frederick, (Methodist.) 

BOYNE. 

A village in Evangeline township about 
the center of Charlevoix county. It is at 
the junction of the Boyne river with Pine 
lake, and is 15 miles from Charlevoix at the 
foot of the lake. A very good farming 
country lies about it. 

BRADLEY. 

A place of some 200 inhabitants on the G. 
R. & I. R. R. 24 miles north of Kalamazoo, 
and 24 south of Grand Rapids. It is in 
Wayland township, Allegan county, 17 miles 
northeast of Allegan. Lee Deuel, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Adams Rev Clark, (United Brethren.) 
Adams Elijah, blacksmith. 
DeCou E C, general store. 
Deuel, Adams & Co, general store. 
Farnham 6, saw mill. 
Harding Irwin, agent G. R. & I. R. R. 
Harding J E, justice of the peace. 
Harrison William R, hotel. 
Faxon Rev Charles, (Methodist.) 
Round O H, carpenter. 
Simkins Josiah, wagonmaker. 
Sweetland L D, lumber dealer. 
Trude J H, boot and shoemaker. 
Winter M W, boot and shoemaker. 



BRADY. 

(See Vicksburg.) 

braSSton. 

Asmall village on the C. & N. W. R. R., in 
Delta county, 14 miles north of E^canaba. 
Its railroad station is Day's River. The 
timber in the neighborhood is both pine and 
hardwood. O Us, hay and root crops are 
cultivated, and hay potatoes, cordwood 
and railroad ties shipped. Telegraph, Great 
Western. Express, American. W. H. Well- 
steed, postmaster. 

BRANDON. 

A postoffice in Oakland county, 13^ 
miles due north of Pontiac. 



BRAVO. 

The postoffice at Sherman Station on the 
& M. L. S. R.R., in Clyde township, All« 
county, 69 miles above New Buffalo and 
south of Holland. It is 14 miles due w( 
from Allegan, and is in the famous fi 
belt. There are several saw mills in tl 
vicinity, lumber, logs and ties constitnl 
the bulk of th^ shipments ; Telegraph, Wes| 
em Union. Express, American. Popi~ 
tion 150. £. D.Nash, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Cook George, carpenter. 
Hall David, carpenter. 
Hill Nathan, blacksmith. 
Hubbard Rev Elias (Baptist.) 
Hull John D, physician. 
McCarty Rev Wm (Methodist). 
Nash £ D, railroad and express agt. 
Sherman Alonzo, saw mill. 



BRECEENKIDGB, 

A station on the Saginaw Valley & St. 
Louis railroad, situated in Wheeler town* 
ship, in the northeast comer of Gratiot coun* 
ty. Distance from Ithaca, the county seat, 
15 miles — from Saginaw City, 26 miles. 
Population, 300. The country in the vicinity 
is agricultural with some pine. Hay and 
grain are produced, but lumber is the 
leading article shipped away. C. H. Howd, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Brecken ridge D W, lumber dealer. 
Burnham B S, physician. 
Cruser C, groceries. 
Daniels A, express agt. 
Douglass Gibson, hotel. 
Howd Charles H, general store. 
McCallom P, blacksmith. 
Perry William, hoop mnfr. 
Sexton Hiram, butcher. 
Town S H, hoop mnfr. 
Wintermute A, blacksmith. 
Yoemans Wm, saw mill. 



BREEDSVILLE, 

A village on the Chicago & Michigan 
Lake Shore railroad, in Columbia township. 
Van Buren county. It is 123 miles from 
Chicago, 57 north of New Buffalo, and iS 
northwest of Paw Paw. Population, 500. 
Express — American. Black river affords 
water power, and considerable manufactur- 
ing is done in the lines of leather, lumber 
and barrel headings. These with fruit are 
extensively shipped. R. Baker, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Adams & Tuttle, tanners. 
Baker R, general store. 
Bennett Valentine, physician. 
Bradford & Wade, saloon. 



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Brown F H, undertaker. 

liown, Hannahs & Co, flouring mill. 

Brown W G & Son, lumber mnfrs. 

Camfield F M, barber. 

dark Rev Tliomas (Methodist). 

Danmer N J, physician. 

Daniels A H, physician. 

Donnan Ira, builder. 

Dorman James, builder. 

Eastman A G, lawyer and justice of peace. 

Eoos A D, express agent. 

Goff D C, propr Snell House. 

Gray J M, general store. 

Gray J W, general store. 

Howeil & Moulton, hardware. 

Knowles &. Baker, general store. 

Laferty Wm, veterinary surgeon. 

Lapham & Waterbury, leather. 

McAIpine Byron, principal Union School. 

Ilyhan & Henry, tanners. 

Ross John, builder. 

Scringer H J, groceries and provisions. 

Soinger 1 D. justice of the peace. 

Sherwood F E, groceries and meats. 

Sherwood & Sage, groceries and meats. 

Smith J S, cooper. 

Smith M J, carpenter. 

Snell, Shannon & Co, coopers and heading 

mnfrs, 
Sterens & McDannel, wagonmakers. 
Thompson W L, steam saw mill. 
Weaver Joseph, carpenter. 
Weaver J W, builder. 
Webster S A, physician. 

BEICK TAVERN. 

A poctoffice in Alpine township, Kent 
county, 8 miles northwest of Grand Rapids 
and 4 northeast of Berlin. Wheat, apples 
and pemches are the chief products of the 
■eighborhood. Edward P. Camp, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Camp Edward P, propr Brick Tavern. 



BRIDGEPORT. 

A sUtion on the F. & P. M. R. R., 6 miles 
tonth of East Saginaw. (See Bridgeport 
Cemter.) 

BRmGEPORT CENTER. 

A village of about 400 inhabitants in the 
town of Bridgeport, Saginaw county. It is 
on the F. & P. M. R. R., 6 miles south of 
East Saginaw. The surrounding country is 
rolling and productive. Express, American. 
Telegraph, Western Union. The station is 
known simply as Bridgeport. Lumber, 
shingles and brick are shipped. I. C. Sim- 
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bailey John, tailor. 

Benjamin W H P, physician. 

Blaicely Leonard, justice of the peace. 

Brucker F & Co, shingle mnfrs. 

Chambers John, railroad and express agent. 

Doyle Thomas, millwright. 

Edington Tames B, groceries and meats. 

Edington F, brick mnfr. 

Farrand H C, physician. 

Fosdick S M, propr Cass House. 

Gowdy Alvah, carpenter and builder. 

Helliard James H, propr Bridgeport Center 

House. 
Jackson Lyman, groceries and boots and 

shoes. 
Ketcham Bros, shingle mill. 
King Alexander, mechanic. 
King W W, blacksmith. 
Lehman Charles, shoemaker. 
Lyle Richard C, meat market. 
Pettibone D A, real estate and surveyor. 
Pettibone & Jackson, lumber dealers. 
Pine A C, carpenter and builder. 
Simons I C &-Co, dry goods and drugs. 
Whitney Ira, groceries and provisions. ' 
Wolcott A D, wagonmaker. 

BRIDGETON. 

A postoffice on the Muskegon river in 
Newaygo county, 10 miles below Newaygo 
village. It has a tri-weekly mail. Popula- 
tion 70. Rev H. S. Mellon, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Davis W W, blacksmith. 

Mellon Rev H S (Baptist). 

Merrill I D, planing mill and real estate 

agent. 
Merrill J M, grocer. 
Mulholand, boot and shoemaker. 
Pratt E, physician. 
Squier D W, real ei^tate and lumber. 
Squier & Davenport, saw and shingle mills. 
Sutliff C A, lumberman. 
Truckey Joseph, general store. 
Woodward D, lumberman. 



BRIDQEVTTiTiK 

A settlement in Washington township, Gra- 
tiot county, on Maple river, 1 1 miles north 
of St. Johns, and 1 1 south of Ithaca. The 
country here is low and swampy. Both 
agriculture and lumbering are carried on. 
Population, 60. James Sturgis, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Cardinal F, hotel proprietor. 
Griffith Phebe, school teacher. 
Griffith S H, saw mill. 
Hicks B A, general store. 
Sturgis E L, school teacher. 
Wellmgs S H. physician. 
Willoughby C B, school teacher. 



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BRIDGEWATER. 

A village of about 250 inhabitants, on the 
Detroit, Hillsdale & Indiana R. R., 17 miles 
from Ypsilanti, and 46 from Detroit. It is 
in Bridgewater township, Washtenaw county, 
in a rolling, oak and hickory country. Grain, 
apples, potatoes, butter, eggs and live stock 
are the leading productions. James Bums, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Blum Jacob, farmer. 

Blum Philip, farmer. 

Burns James, station agent. 

Butler Conrad, blacksirith. 

Doliluer Rev John (Lutheran). 

Eberly Martin, farmer. 

Feldkampt Aaron, farmer and justice of the 

peace, 
Felinberghcr Philip, farmer. 
Fleeman Jacob, wagonmaker. 
Fleeming Leon, farmer. 
Garbach G, farmer. 
Guthard Henry, grocer. 
Jacobs Caspar, roadmaster. 
Neisley Simon, farmer. 
Rhinepank George, farmer. 
Rhinepank Philip, farmer. 
Shade Conrad, blacksmith. 



BBIDaMAN. 

Formerly Laketon, a village of 5CX) inhabi- 
tants, in Lake township, Berrien county, on 
the C. & M. L. S. R. R., 81 miles from 
Chicago and 15 from New Buffalo. It is 
one mile distant from the shore of Lake 
Michigan. Fruits, grain, lumber, staves and 
heading are shipped. Telegraph — Western 
Union. Express — American. W. C. Bab- 
cock, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Babcock W C, collecting agent and fruit 

dealer. 
Berringer J F, druggist and physician. 
Billings W £, station agent. 
Bi.<thup John W, cooper. 
Bridgman George w, lawyer. 
Caman L L, dentist. 
Colby Solomon, wagonmaker. 
Daker John, carpenter. 
Daker Thomas, carpenter. 
Dignan P, shoemaker. 
Giles Joseph, justice of the peace. 
Green Mrs E H, hotel and millinery. 
Gregory H, gunsmith. 
Heed B, express agent. 
Holmes Rev Victor H (Methodist.) 
Kiefer L, blacksmith. 
Maudlin & Hebb, groceries and drugs. 
Maudlin S, physician. 
Mudge H B, general store. 
Royce J H, physician. 
Smith I) G, meat market. 



Traver M C, notions. 
Whitten & Hamer, tannery. 
Whitten Joshua, furniture dealer. 

BBIOHTON. 

A flourishing village on the D. L. & L. M. 
R. R., 43 miles from Detroit and 42 froa 
Lansing. It is in Brighton township, Liv- 
ingston county, in a high rolling upland 
region, of which wheat, com and potatoes j 
are the leading productions. Ore creek i 
flows through the village, aflbrding a good : 
water power, improved for the running of 
flouring mills, agricultural implement fac> 
tory etc. Farm produce is largely shipped. 
Telegraph — Western Union. Express — Am- 
erican. Brighton was located by Maynard 
Maltby, Aug. 25, 1832 ; was incorporated 
as a village Feb. 18, 1867, and has doubled 
in population within the past two years, hav- 
ing now about 1 100 inhabitants. Benjamin 
F. O. Clark, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Albright & Thompson, flouring mills, Main. 

Arms John, bakery. Main.- 

Axtell Geo W, editor and propr Brighton 

Citizen, Main. 
Baetcke Rudolph £, hardware, 
gelding Warren D, livery stable. Main. 
Boylan Arthur £. physician. Main. 
Bremer Max & Co, furniture dealers. Main. 
Brivtaton Citixen, Geo W Axtell, Ed- 

itor and Propr, Main. 
Brighton House, Robert Brigbam, propr, 

Brighton. 
Bingham Ira P, physician. Grand River. 
Brii;ham Robert, propr Brighton House, 

Grand River and Main. 
Brown Charles H, jeweler. Grand River. 
Case, Donley & Co, dry goods. Grand River. 
Case Mitchell C, grocer. Grand River. 
Clark Benjamin F O, attorney at law. 
Davis Samuel, ticket agent D L & L M R R. 
DeBoise Morris, blacksmith. Grand River. 
Duane John, grocer. Grand River. 
Fay Peter & Bro, grocers. Main. 
Field Myron C, druggist. Grand River. 
Fillmore Ranson M, gents furnishing goods, 

Main. 
Foote Miss E, millinery, Grand River. 
Fralick John, wagonmaker. 
Godfrey Geo £, boot and shoemaker, Main. 
Godfrey Mrs H, dressmaker. Main. 
Hart, Conely & Co, lumber dealers. 
Herbst Henry, blacksmith. 
Hyne C T & Sion, grain and produce, Main. 
Jones A Rollion^ Grocers, Main. 
Knapp Harry, cooper. Main. 
Kuehner C & A, painters, Grand River. 
LaBonte Wm D, wagonmaker. Main. 
Lanning Richard, propr Railroad Hotel, cor 

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Lawson B H & Co, bankers, Main. 

Lee James B, general store, Grand River. 

Lewis Wm W, harnessmaker, Main. 

Lewis Mrs WW, millinery, Main. 

Lignian Gerard L, tailoiu Main. 

Lioinger Albert, propr Western Hotel, cor 

Main and 1st. 
Lintello Louis V, goldsmith, Grand River. 
Loch Peter, cigars and tobacco, Grand River. 
Lockwood Henry, boot and shoemaker, 

Grand River, 
lijon Sl WAldo» Groceries, Crockery, 

Glass Ware and Notions, Main. 
McHench Wm J, physician, Grand River, 
McPberson E G & Co, dry goods, Main. 

Maltbj, Wiley A Town, Druggists, 

Main. 
Martin Henry P, Dentist, Main. 
Naylor Wm H, furniture dealer, Grand 

River. 
Nelson Miss A, dressmaker, Main. 
Payment Clovis, pump maker. 
Plf^p A Becker, Hardware and Farm 

Implements, Main. 
Pipp & Dudley, builders, Main. 
Power John W, general store, Grand River 

cor North. 
Railroad Hotel, Richard Lanning, propr, 

Brighton. 
Rogers Newell, billiard room, Grand River. 
Ryan & Brady, grocers, Main. 
Smith George, planing mill. 
Sowle Henry, harness maker. 
Stephens D N & Co, lumber dealers, Main. 
Tanner John, livery stable. 
Thomson Geo W, founder and machinest, 

cor North and Grand River. 
Warner O M, boots and shoes. Main. 
Warren Rev F W (Meihodist), Brighton. 
Weilbacher Wm, meat market, Grand River. 
Western Hotelf Albert Lininger, Propr, 

Brighton. 
Westphal G C & Co, hardware. Main. 
Wiechers John E, boots, shoes, crockery, etc, 

cor Fitch and Grand River. 
Wiley Catting B, physician. Main. 
Wilkte James B, dry goods. Main. 
Withey Charles A. carriage mnfr, Main. 



BROCKWAY. 

A small settlement in Emmett township, 
St Clair county, 6 miles from Emmett, a 
station on the Chicago & Port Huron rail- 
road. Distance from Port Huron 19 miles. 
Population 128. W. H. Ballentine, post- 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Ard George, boot and shoe maker. 
Ballentine W H, general store. 
Gowan Wm, physician. 
Gustin J W, hotel and saw mill. 
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Harris W & J, wagon makers and black- 
smiths. 

Kennedy Thomas, railroad and express 
agent. 

Middleton J, grocer. 

Moore J H, grocer. 

O'Leary Misses E & A, general store. 

Robinson Rev W, 

Traine & Ward, grist mill. 

Walker Rev J S, 

BROCKWAY. 

(See Charlesworth.) 

BROOKWA^OENTER. 

A considerable village in Brockway town- 
ship in the northwestern part of St. Clair 
county. It is situated on Mill creek, a 
branch of Black river, 12 miles south of 
Emmett's, on the Chicago and Port Huron 
R R, its nearest railroad station, and it is 25 
miles northwest of Port Huron. The coun- 
try around is well settled and is a productive 
farming region. The village has a foundry, 
a woolen mill, saw and grist mills, and the 
usual complement of stores, hotels, shops, 
etc. Principal shipments are agricultural 
products and lumber. Population 600. 
James Kennedy, postmaster. 

BUiilNKSS DIRECTORY. 
Baker Horace, general store. 
Brown David Jr, cabinet maker. 
Brown O P, hotel propr. 
Brown S N, harness maker. 
Chamberlain E B, real estate agent and 

county surveyor. 
Clark Rev Lester, (Methodist.) 
Coan Benjamin, meat market. 
Darcy Thomas, blacksmith and wagon 

maker. 
Darcy William, meat market. 
DufHe John S, general store. 
Effrick & Bertrand, blacksmiths. 
Foster George, photographer. 
Grinnell William, general store. 
Grinnell, Weir & Co, woolen mills. 
Gunsolus Andrew, grocer. 
Heigh Henry, tanner. 
Howell A, physician. 
Inglesbee, physician. 
Jacobs Oliver, hotel proprietor. 
Larkin R, meat market. 
Mc Arthur David, tinsmith. 
McKenney William, druj^gist. 
McKinney W C, veterinary surgeon. 
Mills C, physician, 
Morrell Jesse A, saw mill. 
Owens Thomas, furniture. 
Owens William, cabinetmaker. 
Palmer William H, general store. 
Paton Rev J H, (Adventist.) 
Pierce James, boot and shoemaker. 



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Rattenbury T W, furniture and undertaker. 
Smart P & A, foundry, blacksmiths and 

wagon makers. 
Stilson John, saw and flouring mill. 
Van Slyke M, meat market. 
Walker Rev J, (Methodist.) 
"Waring G W, stage proprietor. 
Warner William, boot and shoemaker. 



BRONSON. 

A flourishing little village of 900 inhabi- 
tants on the L. S. & M. S. R. R., 12 miles 
west of Coldwater. It is in the southwest 
part of Branch county, in an excellent farm- 
ing region. 

Notwithstanding there is no water power, 
there is a fair show of manufacturing enter- 
prises, among which may be noticed the 
flouring mill, two saw mills, stave factory, 
foundry of C. M. Van Every, cooper shop of 
Benton & Dorsey, and the wagon shop of Mr. 
Cruthers. 

The public buildings consist of a fair two- 
story wooden school building and 3 churches, 
methodist, baptist and congregational, the 
last two wooden and the former a brick 
edifice. Telegraph, Western Union. Express, 
United States. Marshall Morrill postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Adams John Q, propr Bronson House. 

Albertson G W, stationery. 

Alden, Sutton & Go, stave mnfrs. 

Babcock & Bennett, meat market. 

Benham F A, physician. 

Benton & Dorsey, cooper. 

Buell Lyman, grocer. 

Byms Warren, physician. 

Garroll L J, agent L S & M S R R. 

Glark L D, general store. 

Glark Milo, hardware. 

Glark W F, general stoie. 

Gompton W H, lawyer. 

Davis J S, blacksmith. 

Farr George, propr Exchange Hotel. 

Fellows T D, millinery. 

Ford L D, physician. 

Fuller A N, grocer. 

Gilson W H, grocer. 

Gilson & Dunn, shoemakers. 

Haight & Randolph, blacksmiths. 

Hart Simpson, propr Rose Hotel. 

Horton A J, furniture. 

Hull I D. jeweler. 

Keyes G J, general store. 

Kean & Leet, grocers and agents U S Ex- 
press. 

Knapp Fernando, shoemaker. 

Monroe Darius, lawyer. 

Monroe Davis, lawyer. 

Morrill Marshall, postmaster, grocer and 
justice of the peice. 

Newman S G, grocer. 



Nichols O B & Go, handle mnfrs. 

Paine Edward barber. 

Post D W, meat market. 

Powers, G & H, general store. 

Rampton & Corwin, photographers. 

Reynolds £ M & Go, foundry. 

Reynolds & Fowler, bee hive mnfrs. 

Ruggs E W, harness maker. 

Shqpard Janson, flouring mill. 

Smith A H, clo^ier. 

Teller & Burbank, blacksmiths. 

Trigg A J, grocer. 

Vanderhoff" A G, grocer. 

Wood Smith, justice of the peace. 

Warne G H, harness maker. 



BROOKFTET..P. 

A posroffice in the southern part of Eatoa 
county, 8 miies east of Olivet, whence it hast 
weekly mail. 

BROOKLYN, 

A thriving village of 600 inhabitants, in 
the town of Golumbia, Jackson county. It 
is on the D. H. & I. R. R., 36 miles west 
of Vpsilanti, and 15 southeast of Jackson. 
It is on the river Raisin and Swan creek, 
which affords water power. There are t 
foundry, a planing mill, a grist mill, etc 
in the place. Grain, wool, fruit and cooBtry 
produce are shipped. There are indications 
of valuable beds of coal in the vicinity, 
Brooklyn has a $17,000 school house, and 
3 churches, Baptist, Presbyterian and Episco- 
pal. Express, American. Hiel Woodward, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Aldrich Peter W, harness maker. 

Ambler T E, furniture. 

Brooklyn House, Wm Ide. 

Garpenter W N, blacksmith. 

Gook Addison P, general store. 

Culver A Clark. General Stoie. 

Dresser James, express agent. 

Dresser & Woodward, druggists. 

Ennis & Brother, general store. 

Ennis William, cooper. 

Evans Albert, Boot and Shoemaker. 

Foot Orlando H, shoemaker. 

Greene George W, foundry. 

Griswold Joseph, agent D H & I R R. 

Hinshaw J P, dentist. 

Ide William, propr Brooklyn House. 

Jones Day, justice of the peace. 

Jones Orlander, physician. 

King U G, banker. 

Pitcher Seymour, carpenter. 

Porter T A, physician. 

San ford A, saloon. 

Scisson Hellen, milliner. 

Shaup J W, lawyer. 

Sheridan Michael, general store. 



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Sarryhue Hiram, saw and flouring mill. 
Thompson Bez, blacksmith. 
Willsoo Malvina, milliner. 
Woodward Hiel, postmasteV. 

BROOMPIELD. 

A postoffice in Sherman township, in the 
western part of Isabella county, 15 miles 
miles west of Ml. Pleasant, the county seat, 
and 25 miles north of Stanton. Farwell, on 
the F. & P. M. R. R., 15 miles distant, is its 
usual shipping station. The Chippewa river 
affords water power for a grist and saw mill. 
Pine and hardwood timber abound. Wheat, 
com and oats are successfully cultivated. 
Henry Woodin, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Cahoon J T, saAv mill. 

Siinchfield Chas, lumberman. 

Woodin H & Son, flour and saw mills. 



BROWN'S. 

A station on the Chicago & Michigan 
Lake Shore R. R., 1 1 miles north of New 
Baffiilo. The name of the postoffice is Saw- 
yer. 



BROWNSVILLE. 

A postoffice in Colon township, Cass coun- 
ty, 5 miles southeast of Cassopolis. It is at 
the outlet of Diamond lake. The surround- 
ing country produces wheat, corn, wool and 
pork. Jam«s H. Gregg, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Carter, physician. 

Chcis & Gregg, dry goods. 

Chen & Hartzler, flouring mill. 

Harris J, wagonmaker. 

Lee H, cooper. 

Osiner James, blacksmith. 

Rivers Rev James. 

BBYAB HILL. 

A station on the Chicago & Canada South- 
ern R. R., 10 miles west of Trenton. There 
isnopo&toffice there. 



BUCHANAN. 

Next to Niles and St. Joseph the largest 
village in Berrien county. It is pleasantly 
located on the M. C. R. R. about six miles 
vest of Niles and about 87 east of Chicago. 
It has a population of between 2,500 and 
3.000. The quality of the surrounding coun- 
try is seldom surpassed, being well adapted 
to the growth of every class of farm products, 
iaetuding fruit. 

The McCoy creek and the St. Joseph river, 
^Mming a junction here, aflford the town a 
food water power. 



The manufacturing interests of Buchanan 
include the Buchanan Wagon Manufacturing 
Company,the Excelsior Manufacturing Com- 
pany, mnfrs of a patent carpet stretcher ;. 
Richards & Bates, mnfrs of a reversible- 
clothes bar; the Buchanan bedstead and fuiv 
niiure factory, the bedstead factory of S.. 
Black, the handle factory of A Richards, 
the flouring and custom mills of Pear &• 
Rough, and the custom mill of Kingery & 
Co., the Zinc Collar Pad Company, and the- 
sash. blind and door factory of Rose &: 
Rough. Buchanan boasts of one of the 
finest school houses in the State, it having 
cost $35 000. There are also six churches : 
Methodist, Presbyterian, two Advent (old 
and new sects), United Brethren, and Dis- 
ciple or Christian. The First National Bank 
of Buchanan was organized in 1872, with a 
cash capita] of $50,000 and a liberal sur- 
plus. In private residences the town pre- 
sents many evidences of excellent taste. 

The Buchanan Record^ published by Mr. 
Kingery, is the only local paper here. N. 
H. Merrill, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

Alexander Miss Jennie, dress maker; 
Alexander L. P. Justice of the Peace, •. 

Insurance, Real Estate and Collecting 

Agent, Front. 
Anderson Mrs E F, phy.sician, portage. 
Arthur Mrs Mary, boarding house. 
Atwood & Mowrey, blacksmiths. Day's 

ave. 
Bar.engee Edward, justice of the peace, 

Front. 
Batchelder I N, livery stable, Day's ave. 
Berrick F, physiciai.. 
Berrien County Record (weekly circulation \ 

1,600), Kingery & Lindley proprs, Front, . 
Black C S9 Nurseryman and Lumber.- 

Manufacturer. 
Binns J P & Co, grocery and bakery.. 
Binns & Rose, general store. Front.. 
Bradley H E, photographer, Main.. 
Briggs A C, wagon maker, Day's ave; 
Briggs Nettie Miss, millinery. 
Brown Jacob, furniture. 
Buchanan Cheese Factory, Wm R Rough 

pres, L P Fox sec. 
Buchanan Mnfg Co, Wm Pears pres, John 

Graham treas, Wm Osborn sec. 
Buchanan Wagon Co, B E Binns pres, O W 

Rose treas, Joseph Richards sec. 
Cathcart Marvin, photographer, Main. 
Cathcart Mrs M, portrait painter, Main. 
Cheney A D, barber. 
Churchill Cyrus B, jeweler, Front. 
Churchill George, hardware, Front. 
Crandall & Russell, meat market, Front. 
Demont R A, meat market, Main. 
Dodd E S, physician, Front. 



I $6 BUG MICHIGAN 3TATB OAZETTEEll BUC 

Dodd E 8 d: Sob, Prnim DodH's Ger- First Nxlional Hank, Wm P«ar» pre%, A F 

man Cough Bdsum and Medicine Mnfrs, Koss ca^^h. 

Front. Fox Win H, dry goods, Fronl. 

Danlvar Honse, C C Hulsart Manager, Fox L P & G W, boots and shoes. Front. 

Front. (Sii adv.) Gibbs S C, agent M C R R. 

Duncan dc nlller, Mnfrs Duncan's Hahn Jacob F, undertaker. Oak. 

Adjustable Folding Lap Table. [Sit adv. ) Hall & Merrill Mis.ses. millineTr. Front. 

Dnnnlng Mrs P B, Millinery and Hawkins Thomas B, livery alable, Front. 

Fancy Goods, Main. Hnyes A L & Son, druggists, 

Eply S W, merchant tailor, Main. Howe H J, dry goods. Front. 

Estes Salmon, clothing, Fronl. Hnlsart C C> Manager Dun bai Howe, 
Excelitlor nannfactnrlna; Co. From. (Stt adv.) 

Mnfrs Excelsior Caqiet Stretchers, R Jones T f, barber. Front. 

Morris Sucl. (Str adv.) Kelley Charles S, harnessmaker. 

' WH. H. CURTIS, Pilcnlte. R. MORRIS. Superialndcnt. 

EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO., 

Sola Manuticturtn of tlia Palint 

EXCELSIOR CARPET STRETCHER, 

I j1 Praclidit Commtm-SiHit Articitt adtfUd 

to tkt WanU af Every Fa:i^Uy. 



Does the Work E»>ily and Thoroughly. 



5 Labor, Time, Perplexilies and C«^ 
>e(5. Light, Neat, Simple, Strong, 
Durable and Cheap. 



LIBERAL TERMS TO AGENTS, 



THE RXCELSIOR CIRPKT L___ 

Hiving b«D ihoroulhlf Itited »ni! p.on. » 
•uccc», it now olTerea la the public u  (ieuih 
Liboi Saving Muchins, It li iimple in co* 
iiruclian, cuily minifed, orefully mmde g( 

the itlu^ prkc.'' "f^c Vgiatle^r'Goodi iiAAxta 

SEceldor Uaaa&ctuiiig Co.. 

BUCHANAN, MICH. 



DUNBAR HOUSE, 

BUCH ANAN. MICH. 

Remodeled and Refitted for the Traveling Public. 

Sample Rooms on Ground Floor. Livery Connected with the Home. 
Everything First Class, 



C. C. HULSART, Manager. 



DBtTKR CURTIS. Pimduc H. CILMAN. GEO. H. RICHARDS, SuperiniaBdcai. 

ZINC COLLAR PAD COMPANY, 

Sale Proprielon snd Man u fact arert of 

Curtis' Patent Zinc Collar Pad 



Warranted to prevent Chafing, and to cure the worst 
cases of Sore Neck, the Medicinal and Cooling 
Properties of the Zinc Metal being a sure Guaran- 
tee against Chafing. 



MANUFACTORY, 

BUCHANAN, - - MICHIGAN. 



Cammunicaiions will receive prompt attention. 



THB ZINO COLLAR PAD is fully warranted to cure >ny chafed or galled 
neck, if diieciiooi for use in the band^ of dealers are foltowed. 

They moil be kept clean by scouring the part that wears on the animals neck whenever 
Hwy become coated over irith mailer rrom the sore, or with sweat and dirt. Ashes, fine 
■and or anything that will clean them without Kcratchin^ will answer. They must also be 
'trvtrtd" OTcr Ihe " taf" with '•elolA" or " /faMrr"i sufficient to fully lAadt them. 
Th«M directioni are indispensable in Ihe use of the pad, 

Tbc medicinal virtue of ihe Zinc is tost if cualed over with other mailer, and they 
beeane keatcd when exposed to the ray^t of (be sun, 

N. B.— NO TERRITORY FOR SALE. 



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Kingery Wm D, lawyer, Front. 
Kinyon & Vincent, grocers. Front. 
McEwen M J, hair dressing. 
McLin G H, physician, Front. 
Merrill BT H, Postmaster, Oak. 

Molftberrj A I>einp»ey, Saloon, 

Front. 
Morgan Charles A. physician. Oak, 
Morley B T, foundry. Front. 
Myers P B, physician. 

Nash De Witt C, grocer, cor Front and Oak. 
Noble G W, boots and shoes. Front. 
Pierre R W, physician. Union Block. 
PUmi^tonEM, Lawyer, Front. 
Rea Charles H, harnessmaker. Front. 
Rlcliards A9 broom handle mnfr. 
Richards A Batefi, Mnfrs Valley's 

Patent Reversible Clothes Bar, Day's ave. 

(Cite adv.) 
Roe James H, books jewelry, etc. Front. 
Roe John M, physician. 
Roe & Rough, sash and doors. 
Rough & Pierce, flouring mills. 
Rynearson Peter, jeweler, 
Simonds & Smith, restaurant, Front. 
Slater Nathaniel J, wagon maker. 
Smith Brothers & Co, grocers. 
Spencer & Willard, furniture, Main. 
Strong Horace, boots and shoes, Front. 
Thomas Wm, boot and shoemaker. 
Tremont House, E E Harmon propr. 
Van Riper Jacob J, lawyer, Front. 
Wagner D A, insurance, Main. 
Weisgerber John, saw mill. 
White A F, druggist and agent American 

Express. 
Wilson Joseph M, dentist, Main. 
Woods O E & Co, druggists, Front. 



Zinc dollar Pad €0, Mnfrs Cartis' 
Patent Zinc Collar Pad, George H Rich- 
ards Supt. {Set adv,) 

BUENA VISTA. 

A 'place of about 100 souls in town of 
same name in the eastern part of Saginaw 
county. It is 6 miles east ot East Saginaw 
on the Vassar plank road. Settled 1853. 
Michael Leidlem, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Messner Martin, general store. 
Nerreter & Polzin, flour and saw mill- 
Newirth Franz, wagon maker. 
Thilkey & Wagner, blacksmfths. 

BUNKER BILL. 

A postoflice and town, center of Bunker 
Hill township, in the southern part of In- 
gham county, 12 miles southeast of Mason. 
Leslie, seven miles distant, is the shipping 
station. Bunker Hill is a farming toiirn,and 
grain, potatoes, butter and pork are staple 
products. Population, 200. Silas Hollis, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Angell Elliot H, notary public and real 

estate agent. 
Bailey George P, cattle dealer. 
Beeman Charles W, machine agent. 
Clark Lewis & Son, general store. 
Curtis John, blacksmith. 
De Camp Charles F, town treasurer. 
Etchels Peter M, wagonmaker. 
Fitch Francis & Co., blacksmiths. 
Hollis Silas, boots and shoes. 
Randall James & Son, blacksmiths. 



SODSdlESTHlIiTa- liTE^W^I 



Duncan's I Adjustable Rustic Folding Lap Table! 

The very best thing yet out. It i% light, firm and useful, and is fast becoming a great favorite with 
all. Sells to every lady, milliner, dressmaker, artist, lawyer, draughtsman, copyist and farmer. Has 
been testfd by all the above class and pronounced the thing. We manufacture different priced tables 
ran^ng from four to six dolUrs. Beautifully finished. AGENTS WANTED in every pjart of the 
United States, where none exist. Send for a sample and sel<:ct vour territory, when you will be fvx^ 
nished with printed matter, cuts, ftc, with instructions and wholesale prices. Manufactured by 

JAMES DUNCAN and SAMUEL MILLER. Buchanan, Mkk 

RICHARDS & BATES. 

Manufacturers of 

Valley's | Reversible Clothes Bars, 



BUCHANAN, MICHIGAN. 



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Kwm/trj EsrA, cattle dealer. 
TalmiHge George B, carpenter. 

BUROH'S. 

A Ttlla|i^ of some 300 inhabitants, on the 
O. R. & I. R. R., in Algona township, Kent 
coantf, 18 miles north of Grand Rapids. It 
it in a Inmbering region. (For business di- 
rectory see index to names received too late 
lor insertion in proper place.) 

BUBDIOEVILLE. 

A postoffice in Impire township, Leelanaw 
county. It is 22 miles northwest of Traverse 
City and seven miles east from Glen Haven. 
Goods should be shipped via one or the 
other of these places according as they are 
sent by rail or water. There is no manu- 
&ctiiring carried on here and nothing but 
potatoes are shipped away. Population, 50. 
John Helm, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Agnew Wm, tailor. 
Bomett S S, general store. 
Harbant A, boot and shoe maker. 
Helm John, general store. 
Price Joseph, blacksmith. 

BURUNGTON. 

A village in Burlington township near the 
•oathem boundary of Calhoun county. It 
is situated on the St. Joseph river, which 
aflbrds water power. Tekonsha, a statioii 
on the air line of the M. C. R. R., lies two 
miles south. Distance from Marshall, the 
€onnty seal, 17 miles. Population, 400. 
Express, American, wheat, butter, eggs and 
poaltry are among the leading shipments. 
£. N. Edmonds, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bartan M S, hardware. 
Campbell J C. blacksmith. 
Edmonds E N, general store. 
Edmoods M H, agent Am. Express. 
Fisher A, painter. 
Foi Asa L, physician and druggist. 
French M O, groceries. 
Green Geo H, physician. 
Gfiawold G, hotel. 
Hail J. M. general store. 
Leonard John M, physician. 
Morlcy N H, caipenter. 
Pgden William, hotel. 
Pufott Edwin B, groceries. 
Pwioct G H, blacksmith. 
Randall F R, wagon maker. 
Spaar James, wagon maker. 
Tobias A, meat market. 
Wood John T, general'store. 



BUBNIP'S CORNERS. 

A postoffice and small settlement in the 
town of Salem, Allegan county, 14^ miles 
north of Allegan and Syi west of Dorr, on 
the L. S. & M. S. R. R., its nearest station. 
Little Rabit river, yi mile from the post- 
office constitutes water power. Population 
80 to go. Wheat, lumber and shingles are 
shipped. John P. Martin, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Briggs James, general store. 

Burnip James, butcher, 

Ebmyer Wm, blacksmith. 

Heck George, saw and shingle mill. 

Heck Wm, flouring mil J. 

Herrington & Strang, saw and shingle mill. 

Linsley C C, physician. 

Martin John P, general store. 

Myers Joshua, boot and shoemaker. 

Negley J P C, physician. 

Pratt A A, druggist, 

Titsworth O, hotel. 

Warner John S, general store. 

BURNS. 

A postoffice in the southeast part of Shia« 
wassee county, 12 miles from Corunna, and 
6 from Vernon,* on the D. & M. R. R., its 
nearest shipping point. Distance from De- 
troit, 70 miles, from Lansing 32 miles. 
Wheat, wool, potatoes .and apples are the ' 
leading exports. Population, 60. Thos. B. 
Allen, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Adams C O, miller. 
Allen Thomas B, wagonmaker. 
Derove Wm, blacksmith. 
Drum A M, carpenter. 
Drum C, wool carding. 
Gaylord J J, carpenter. 
Parker C W, country store. 
Parker G A, farm implements. 
Pratt Luther, sawyer. 



BURNSmE. 

A village of 125 inhabitants in a township 
of the same name, in Lapeer county. It is 
23 miles northeast of Lapeer, and 14 due 
north of Imlay City, via which place goods 
should be shipped. Grain and butter are 
the leading at tides shipped. John G. Bruce, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bruce & Webster, general store. ' 
Butler J B. general store and saw mill. 
Cowell James, blacksmith. 
Gregory Henry, blacksmith. 
Henn John, hoops and staves dealer. 
Hossack Duncan, flouring and saw mills. 
McDougall James, hotel. 
Mcintosh Wm, hotel. 



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Taylor Wm J, physician. 

Tucker M M, physician, 

Yottgh Thomas, boot and shoemaker. 

BURR OAK. 

Burr Oak is a village of 900 inhabitants 
on the L. S. & M. S. R. R., x8 miles west of 
Coldwater and 6 miles east of Sturgis. It 
is in Burr Oak township, St. Joseph county. 

It is surrounded by an excellent farming 
country, and was said at one time to have 
been the second best grain market on the 
Southern road between Laporte and Toledo. 
In consequence of the modern growth, how- 
ever, of other towns along the line, and the 
large number of crossroads, its former glory 
has much departed, though it is still a pleas* 
ant little town. It has an unusually fine 
block of seven brick buildings for a place of 
its size. 

A very good water power is furnished by 
Prairie river, a branch of the St. Joseph. 

An $18,000 school house was erected a 
few years ago, and the district on its com- 
pletion found themselves out of debt and 
with $800 in treasury. Few districts in the 
state can say as much. 

There are four churches, the Presbyterian, 
Baptist, Methodist and Lutheran. Telegraph 
-r Western Union. Express — United States. 
D. F. Parsons, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRKCTORY. 

Allen & Selby, saw mill. 

Annis J & Co, grocers. 

Beegle W, barber. 

Benedict B B, Propr Eagle Hotel 

Benjamin L S, harness maker. 

Betis Cbarles' fik^n, Hardware, 

Stoves and Tinware. 
Boyles Ge«rge E, grocer. 
Bums Charles £, meat market 
Caldwell & Dunten, furniture. 
Carnes C F, billiard hall. 
Crofford Geo, physician. 
Dail Daniel W, general store. 
Deno Fred, boot and shoemaker. 
De Waters & Co, grocers. 
Dlmlck John L, Grocer and Baker. 
Baffle Hotel, B B Benedict, Propr. 
Frasier W H, propr Burr Oak House. 
Gaftibv Casper, merchant tailor. 

Oranam Andrew HI. Lawyer. 

Oreen^8 Hotel, Isaac Green & Son, 
Proprs. 

Hart Mrs S J, millinery. 

Hill & Dexter, blacksmiths. 

Holcomb V C, druggist and agent U S Ex- 
press. 

Howe Wm W, lawyer. 

Mills Alexander B, restaurant. 

Noe P E & Co, drugs and groceries. 

Parsons D F, postmaster and grocer. 



Passmore Mrs D S, millinery. 
Reiterman & Swisher, photo giapii e is . 
Rem^r D D, lumber, plaster, &c. 
Robinson Geo, barber. 
Shane J, boots and shoes. 
Smith E A F, general store. 
Stillman E R, staves and heading. 
TborntOn Cbarles. Commission Mer- 
chant and Insurance Agent. . 
Tichenor Jerome, saloon. 
Tyler E J^ general store. 
Wilson D M, flouring mill. 
l¥olfe Meg» B, Lawyer. 
Woolf Jacob, c^thing. 

BtJSHNELL CENTBB. 

A postoffice in the southern edge of Mont- 
calm county, 4 miles east of Fenwick on the 
Stanton branch of the D. L, & L. M. R. R. 



BUTLER. 

A postoffice in the extreme northeast cor- 
ner of Branch county, 4^ mileft south of 
Clarendon on the M. C. R. R. Atr line. It 
is surrounded by a fine farming region. (For 
business directory see names received tM 
late for insertion in proper place.) 

BYRON. 

An incorporated village of about 500 in- 
habitants in Bums township, Shiawassee 
county. It is in the southern i>art of the 
county, 15 miles southeast of Comnoaaiid 
5 miles south of Gaines station, its ordinary 
shipping point. It is on the Shiawassee 
river, which here affords a fair waier power. 
The country around here is greatly undu- 
lating. Flour, wheat and wool are the pro* 
ducts shipped. Express — American. C..H. 
Lemon, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Anderson James, boot and shoemaker. 

Boice Mark, marshal. 

Boice J & M, wagonmakers, blacksmiths and 

founders. 
Burch Hiram, general store. 
Bf ron Flouring Mills, Charles A. 

Potter, Propr. 
Calwell Wm, physician. 
Gary Rev T H, (Baptist.) 
Camp Mathew, wagonmaker. 
Cole Gilbert, hotel and livery. 
Cook H L & Son, hardware. 

Downer Fernando W. Propr Esfle 

Hotel, Livery and Stage to Gaines Station* 
Eagle Hotel,'' EW Downer Propr. 
Freeman J & Co, clothing. 
Gale Wm M, general store 
Gannon James, boot and shoemaker. 
Creen Benjamin t . 4i »ot and ihoemakcr. 
Gulick Mrs £ C, dry goods. 



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Galick Nichoias, justice of the peace. 

Heane Joseph, tailor. 

Kanmr Frank, farm implements. 

Koapp Owen, furniture mnfr. 

Leaioii Charles H, Giencral Store. 

Middlesworth Isaac R, saw mill. 

Manroe Mrs E, millinery. 

NoUc \Vm, cooper. 

Olnstea^ John A, Photographer. 

Paletherpe Bart, hamessmaker. 

Phillips Daniel, boots and shoes. 

P#tter Charles £, Propr Byron 

Flouring Mills. 
Rathbun James W, grocer. 
Sayers Wm, hamessmaker. 
Sheldon Edwin A, books and stationery. 
Southard Horace 6, grocer. 
Spencer Rev A, (Presbyterian.) 
Stevens Merari B, physician. 
Sweet Mrs S E, millinery. 
Tillmann David M, blacksmith. 
Van Tuyl Frank M, drugs and groceries. 
WeWter Henry, Physician. 
Welch & Lcland, general store. 
Wells Chancy E, mill owner. 
Westlake Rev E, (Methodist Episcopal.) 
Whitney & Rosseter, founders and black 

smiths. 
Yates James G, watches and jewelry. 

BYRON OESNTER. 

A small village in Byron township, in the 
soothwe»t comer of Kent county. It is on 
the L. S. & M. S. R. R., 13 miles south of 
Grand Rapids. The surrounding country 
comprises good farm lands, and grain and 
potatoes are the leading crops. Lumber, 
wool and grain are the chief exports. Tele- 
graph, Western Union. Expres, American. 
Popubuion, 400. John Woo<twork, post- 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bttrick Rev L. (Methodist.) 

Carroll Chester, agent L S & M S R R. 

Chandler E L, music teacher. 

C^rej Josei^ta, Hotel. 

Crabtree William B, town clerk. 

Jaqaev Milton, general store and agent Am 

Express. 
Kjers Robert, boots and shoes. 
Nanegang Frank, blacksmith. 
Nanegang Owen, farm implements. 
Norris Judson, mechanic. 
Hlmer Loyal, justice of the peace and boots 

aad shoes. 
PhilHps Chester, tea dealer. 
Qatrk Michael, boot anti shoemaker. 
Skinaer James, meat market. 
Strong H W, physician. 
Towner Hiram, engineer, 
Towner S S, saw mill. 
Warner Ezra, meat market. 



Wood Carr, wagon maker. 
Woodwork John, General Store. 

OADY. 

A small village 3 miles back from Utica 
station on the Grand Trunk railway, in 
Macomb county. It is the center of a rich 
farming country. Settled about 1834. It 
has a tri-weekly mail. Christian Berlin^ 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Berlin Christian, general store. 
Bottcher William, wagonmaker. 
Klein Herman, hotel 
Kleinshmidt Fritz, blacksmith. 
Miller Robert, farmer. 

OAT.iJDONIA. 

A postoffice in Caledonia township in the 
southeast corner of Kent county. Distance 
from Caledonia Station 3^,miles from Grand 
Rapids 20 miles. It is on ThornappJe river 
in an oak opening country embracing good 
wheat and corn lands. Settled about 1836. 
O. B. Barber, postmaster. 

CALEDONIA STATION. 

This is a station and village on the Grand 
River Valley division of the M. C. R. R., 
in the south part of Kent county. Popula- 
tion 130. Distances to Grand Rapids 15 
miles, to Detroit 155 miles. Wheat 
constitutes the principal shipmient hence. 
Express, American. A. B. Sherk, post- 
master^ 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bergy F, general store. 

Cheesebrough, Peck & Co, saw mill and 

handle factory. 
Geib George, blacksmith. 
Hebbard F F, physician. 
Jones Russell, hamessmaker. 
Leibler J A, general store and express agent* 
Peck H B, druggist. 
Pice B M, hotel. 
Sherk A B, railroad agent. 
Smutz Jesse, wagonmaker. 
Wed rig Allen, blacksmith. 
Weitz George, shoemaker. 
Young Darwin, meat market. 

OAUFP. 

A station on the C. & M. L. S. R. R., & 
miles west of Muskegon. There is no post> 
office. 



OALIFOBNIA, 

A small place in the town of Califomiay 
in the southeast comer of Branch county, 
10 1^ miles due south of Quincy. Its near- 



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Ft. W., J. & S. R. R., four miles south. It 
has a semi-weekly mail. 

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CALKTNSVn.T.W. 

A new postoffice in Isabella county, 7 
miles north of Mt. Pleasant, the county 
seat, and 8 south of Clare, on the F. & P. 
M. K. R. It has a tri-weekly mail. 



CALUMET, 

A large mining village, located at the site 
of the famous Calumet & Hecia mine, in 
Calumet township, Houghton county. It is 
reached from Hancock by the Mineral Range 
railroad, being 13 miles distant. Another 
railroad, $}4 miles long, belonging to the 
mining company, connects it wiih Torch 
Lake. The village has a population of 
about 4,000, nearly the whole of whom are 
directly or indirectly connected with the 
mine. The streets are straight and wide, 
and the buildings, mostly of wood, are neat 
and attractive. For so large a place there 
are but few stores, shops or factories. The 
place is well supplied with churches, and a 
large and handsome union school of brick 
and stone, capable of accommodating some 
800 children, has just been erected by the 
munificence of the mining company. 

The mine, the richest in the world, is 
worked in a vein of conglomerate, dipping 
to the west at an angle of perhaps 45°. The 
vein is eight or ten feet in thickness, and is 
uniformly productive. Eight shafts pene- 
trate the vein 10 a depth of some 1,200 feet, 
the different shafts being connected by gal- 
leries or levels. Work is prosecuted night 
and day, and about 1,000 hands are em* 
ployed. The machinery used for elevating 
the ore to the surface and crushing it, and 
for pumping and condensing air for the 
drills, is all on an immense scale and of the 
most perfect description. The ore is carried 
by rail to Torch Lake, where are located the 
extensive stamps of the company. The pro- 
duct of the mine is such as to enable the com* 
pany to divide $1,600, 000 a year, and there is 
no falling off in the product possible for years 
to come. The capital of the company is 
nominally $2,000,000, but the $25 shares 
sell readily in the market at from $120 to 
$160 each. The general superintendent of 
the mine is Mr. J. N. Wright, a gentleman 
of great executive ability. 

The Mineral Range Telegraph Company 
afford telegraphic facilities, A. T. Streeter 
postmaster. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Allen J F, druggist. 

Baer & Dymock, meat market. 

Desjardins Joseph, clothier. 

Ellis John J, jeweler. 

Flynn John P, station agent. 

Foley Bros & Co, general store. 

Hendrick D D, cigar mnfr. 

Herman Joseph, jeweler. 

Hirsch Joseph, propr Calumet House. 

Holman Peter, general store. 

Jacka Geo, propr Northwestern House. 

Kinsman W C, hamessmaker. 

Lee A K, jeweler. 

Lyon & Wolf, hardware. 

Macdonald E T, druggist. 

Merz J J, baker. 

Niles C W, physician. 

Nomcarrow James, propr Red Jacket Hotel, 

North & Briggs, general store. 

Osborn R H, physician. 

Pomerville & Sangster, harnessmakers. 

Power John, lawyer. 

Powers T F, lawyer. 

Ruppee P & Son, general store. 

Ryan E, general store. 

Scandinavian Union Store, J E. Anderson 

manager. 
Shears George W, meat market. 
Sheridan Owen, hardware. 
Smith, Harris & Co, general store 
Streeter S M, propr Calumet House. 
Vincent Chas & Bro, general store. 
Wertin Joseph, gener tl store. 
Wilkins Henry, grocer. 

OALVm. 

A postoffice in Calvin township, Cass 
county, to miles southeast from Cassopolis. 
The nearest railway station is Vandalia, 6 
miles north. The country around is timber^ 
ed, possesses good soil and produces grain, 
fruit, potatoes, grass, etc. It was settled 
about 1834, and is now thickly populated. 
Calvin has a tri-weekly mail. Elijah Osborn 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Carter, physician. 
Chess & Gregg, general store. 
Lawson Wm, general store. 
Lee Alanson T, lumber dealer. 



CAMBRIA MILLS. 

A village of 400 inhabitants in Cambria 
township, Hillsdale county. It is 7^ miles 
due south of Hillsdale, which is its usual 
shipping station. It is situated on a branch 
of the St. Joseph river, which furnishes 
power for grist and saw mills. The country 
around is unsurp>assed in fertility. Grain 
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Unir bas a daily mail. Settled about 1835. 
Geofge K. Hanghtty postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 

BaMC*t D C, harnessmaker. 

Blair F H. blacksmith. 

Boardman Daniel, wagonmaker. 

Boardman Udela, painter. 

Bordick F L, general store. 

Cbandler Margaret A, tailoress. 

Dfake George H, planing mill. 

Errin Lather, druggist. 

Erwin Robert, wagonmaker. 

Haughttj Sl \Vhe>iler, boots and shoes. 

Hcnrj W Y, harnessmaker. 

Hatchings C, blacksmith. 

Kesselring George, cooper. 

Niblack J W, druggist and physician. 

Norton John M, general store. 

Radabaogb S C, butcher. 

Stcrens May E, millinery. 

Weston A E & Co, flouring and saw mill. 



CAMBRIDQE. 

A postofBce 4 miles southeast of Brooklyn, 
the mail route to Tecumseh. It is in 
Cambridge township, in the northwestern 
comer of Lenawee county, and is 18 miles 
from Adrian. The surrounding country 
embraces a very fine farming region. Grain 
and wool are the staple products. Cam- 
bridge was settled in 1836. It has a semi- 
weekly mail. Brooklyn is the - shipping 
poiaL Express, Ameri .an. C. H. Dewey 
postmaster. 

BtJSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Alderdyce Thomas, wagonmaker. 

Allen Isaac, live stock and wood. 

Allen Joseph, live stock and wood. 

Cole Charles, wheelwright and lumber dealer. 

Dewey Andrew S, general store. 

Dewey Cbas H & Son, general store. 

Dressei: Jas H /express agent. 

Griswold Joseph, station agent. 

Johnson K M, mechanic. 

Knapp George F, blacksmith. 

Myen Daniel, produce dealer. 

Nccring Charles, shipping merchant. 

Ncering Lyman, hotel propr. 

Vangfaan Julius, physician. 

CAMBBmOE JUNCTION. 

{S^e CafKbridgf.) 

CAMDEN. 

A Tillage of 250 inhabitants, in Camden 
township, in the southwest corner of Hills- 
dale county. It is on the line of the Mans- 
field, Coldwaier & Lake Michigan R. R., 
■ow in course of construction. The St. 
JoMph river here affords a tolerable water 
power. A gr-od farming region surrounds 



the village. Montgomery, on the Ft. W, T. & 
S. R. R., 4 miles distant, is its nearest ship- 
ping point. It has a daily mail. Settled 
in 1835. C. R. Lackey, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Babcock Wm E, blacksmith. 

Baker O K & W, saw and planing mill. 

Baker Lyman S. blacksmith. 

Bane Peter, wagonmaker. 

Briggs Royal M, saw and shingle mills. 

Chester E T & O D, grist and saw mills. 

Church James, blacksmith. 

Curtis Orlando, boots and shoes. 

Curtiss M J, harnessmaker. 

Dory John A, wagonmaker. 

Erwin David E, wagonmaker. 

Frost Martin, blacksmith. 

Headly J W, physician. 

Lackey James, hotel. 

Longstreet A J, boot and shoemaker. 

McKillin Charles, physician. 

Moore J B, blacksmith. 

Morse R R, general store. 

Palmer Charles, physician. 

Palmer C & A J, druggists. 

Pplmer Mrs L H, millinery. 

Perigo M L, general store. 

Pickings (ieo W. physician. 

Sabins John, boot and shoemaker. 

Smith D G, general store. 

Snook W R, physician. 

Wood J, harnessmaker. 



OAMPBEaLiL. 

A postoffice in Campbell township, in the 
southwestern corner of Ionia county. It is 
19 miles southwest of Ionia and 10 due 
south of Saranac. It is situated in a very 
good farming country, of which wheat and 
com are the staple products. It has a semi- 
weekly mail. William Hewit, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Clifford T, harnessmaker. 
Dorby Geo, boots and shoes. 
Gifford E P, saw mill. 
Herron I, blacksmith. 
Hewit Wm, general store. 
Justice T J. boots and shoes. 
Snider C, wagon shop. 
Wixsom N, druggist. 



CAN. 

Can is a postoflice in Grant township, 
Huron county. It is on Pigeon river 12 
miles southwest of Bad Axe, the county seat, 
and 15 east of .Sebewaing. Reese, on the 
D. & B. C. R. R., is its nearest railroad 
point, though 40 miles distant. It is situa- 
ted in a pretty good country, growing wheat, 
corn, oats, potatoes and hay. The locality 
was first settled in 1867. Can has a weekly: 
mail. C. G. W. Parker, postma-ster. 



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OANANDAIGUA. 

A place of 200 inhabitants in Medina 
township, Lenawee county, in the south- 
west corner of the county. It is 4^ miles 
due south of Clayton on the L. S. & M. S. 
R. K. and 6 north of Morenci. Tiffin rivsr 
supplies water power. Grain raising and 
dairying claim the attention of the commu- 
nity around and butter, cheese, pork and 
flour are largely shipped. The village con- 
tains an extensive manufactory of wagon 
and carriage felloes. Clayton is the ship- 
ping point. Settled 1836. Hope Welch, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Baggerly J, hotel proprietor. 

Baldwin C H & Son, mnfrs felloes and gear- 
ing. 

Barron Wm, blacksmith. 

Casselman A, painter. 

Casselman Wm J, carriage joiner. 

Chappell C E, physician, 

Denver J, wagon maker. 

Fink D, blacksmith. 

Hallenbeck E, carriage mnfr. 

Nichols A T, builder. 

Nichols Mrs A T, millinei. 

Spaulding D A, feather renovator. 

Stow & Moulion, tray mnfrs. 

Swift J, blacksmith. 

Thompkins J, cooper. 

Van Allen W, wagon maker. 

Webb Geo, shoemaker. 

Welch Hope, express agent and general 
store. 



CANNONSBUROH. 

A village 16 miles northeast of Grand 
Rapids, in Cannon township, Kent county. 
It contains 300 inhabitants and has a con- 
siderable trade. There is here one hotel, 
two general stores, one flouring mill, a wool- 
en mill, a cider mill, wagon shops, etc. 
There is also a union school and two 
churches. Bear creek affords good water 
privileges. The surrounding country is 
fertile and devoted to the production of 
grains, fruits, wool and stock. Ada on the 
D. & M. R. R.. and Rockford on the G. R. 
& I. R. R., both equi-distant from this 
place (8 miles), are its shipping stations. 
Settled 1843. ^' Kromer, postmaster. 

BUSINESS I>lkECTORY. 

Anderson George, grist and saw mill. 
Baker John S, boots and shoes. 
Bush Jacob, wagon maker. 
Chamberlin C L, physician. 
Cogshall Rev Henry, (Methodist ) 
Ellis Ira, general store. 
Hartweli & Bookey, butchers. 
Hoag L D, chee»e factory. 
Holcomb W V, carpenter. 




Irons Rev William, (CongregationalisL) 

Jones P P, blacksmith. 

Joyce & Carter, blacksmiths and 

makers. 

Kavanagh James, blacksmith. J 

Kromer Mrs G C, general store, wool cum 

ding and cider mill. 
Lacey John J, blacksmith. 
Malone Thomas, mason. 
Murphy John, wagonmaker. 
Ruby George, boots and shoes. 
School maker Walter, hotel. 
Talman J C, cooper. 

CANTON, 

Also known as Sheldon's or Sheldon^ 
Corners, is a postoffice and signal station oa 
the M. C. R. R. in the town of Canton, 
Wayne county, 23 miles from Detroit, 
Goods are shipped to Denton's, 3 miles dis- 
tant. The country around is level and good 
for farming purposes. Grain, hay, butter, 
cheese and apples are shipped. Settled 
about 1826. John Hoffman, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Artley M, carpenter and joiner. 

Blackmore L, shoemaker. 

Fisher M, blacksmith. 

Gill G W, saw mill. 

Houston John, general store. 

Jones H, mason. 

Joslin S, blacksmith. 

Lilley Wm, carpenter and joiner. 

McKinstry J, butcher. 

.McKinstry R H, carpenter and joiner. 

Monroe W R, mason. 

Newton Rev N, (Methodist). 

Safford & Manning, saw and stave mill. 

Savage James, carpenter and joiner. 

Sitlington H, carpenter and joiner. 

Winsor J, wagonmaker. 

Yost W L, railroad agent. 



OAPAO. 

An incorporated village on the C. & L. H. 
R. R- in the town of Mussey. St. Clair 
county. The surrounding country is weD 
adapted to farming, producmg all kinds of 
grain. Hardwood timber is plenty, and 
considerable quantities of staves and heading 
are shipped. Distance to Port Huron 27 
miles. Population 600. Settled in 1857. 
Telegraph Western Union. Express, Amer* 
ican. Wm. F. Praker, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECIORY. 

Allen W J, propr National Hotel. 
Bottomley & Banfill, grist and saw mills. 
Burt Wesley, hotel proprietor. 
Caswell P, billiard saloon. 
Cavanagh J B. hardware. 
Downey H J & Bro, i»aw mill. 
Doyle Rev EJ, (Baptist). 



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FallerCM, station and express agent. 
Hovgh Mrs S A, millinery. 
Hobbard Ezekiel, blacksmith. 
Kersqr James, barber. 
Lang John, blacksmith. 
Lester Gurly, general store. 
Lock Joseph, meat market. 
McGorkJ R, physician. 
Mean P 0, harness maker. 
Mower Rev N C, (Methodist). 
Praker Wm F, stationery. 
Rattenbury Thos W, furniture. 
Ross Charles E, physician. 
Scott RcY M J. (Methodist). 
Seidell A F. general store. 
Sessions James H, wagon maker. 
Spauow William, general store. 
Stottghton Henry P, general store. 
Taplin James, hotel. 
Tibbals, Botsford & Co. stave mnfrs. 
Walker & Co, general store. 
Walker X) C, attorney at law. 
Waltz Jacob, shoemaker. 
Warn Bros, wagon makers. 

OARLETON. 

A postofiice and village in Ash township, 
Monroe coaniy. It is also a station on the 
Chicago and Canada Southern R. R. at the 
crossing of the Flint and Pere Marquette. 
Popolaiion about 300. Distances — From 
Detroit 28 miles, from Monroe ii miles. 
Telegraph, Western Union and Canada 
Soethcm R. R. line. Express, American. 
It was only settled as a village in the spring 
of 1872. It has a large stave mill, two saw 
Biills and a broom handle factory. Lumber 
and wood are shipped. D. A. Matthews, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Baker Amos D. express agent. 
Blinn. Edwards & Co, stave and barrel 

mnfrs. 
Crane J B, justice of the peace. 
Cronkhite & Lovett, broom handle mnfrs. 
Cronkbite T T, lumber dealer. 
Fonntaio W k, station agent. 
Corman & Russ, dry goods. 
Herman F, saw mill. 
Hoyd A D, hamessmaker. 
little W, physician. 
Mack L, grocer. 

Matthews D A & Bro, hotel and lumber. 
Paakilc J, restaurant. 
Tunnison E C, dry goods. 
Webster J B, meat market. 
Wineberg J, hotel. 

CARLISLE. 

A YilUgc in the town of Kalamo, Eaton 
couity, about 6*4 miles vest of Charlotte. 
The outJtt of Lace>*s lake, upon which 



Carlisle is situated, has been made slvailable 
for manufacturing purposes. Charlotte is 
the nearest shipping point. Population 107. 
Settled in 1836. Grain, lumber, wood, wool, 
furniture, etc., are shipped. Jehn W. Hall, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Babcock Frank, brick and tile ninfr. 
Bacon M W, physician and druggist. 
Ellis Edward £, carpenter and mason. 
Griffin Frank, carpenter. 
Hall Joiin W, i hysician. 
Jackson William, painter. 
Keen J E, broom factory. 

Kile , miller. 

Lampman S, carpenter. 
Merritt, Jackson & Co, 

steads, etc. 
Roberts Jacob, blacksmith. 
Silverthorn Edward, carpenter. 
Vi.nderhoff Peter, saw mill. 



hand sleds, bed- 



OARO. 

The county seat of Tuscola county, an 
incorporate<l village, containing a popula- 
tion of about l.cxx) souls. Ii is situated in 
Indian Fields township, on Cass river, a 
stream which would afford good water power 
if properly improved. The surrounding 
country is well adapted to farming and pro- 
duces all the grains. Lumbering is largely 
carried on, the manufacture of which em- 
ploys considerable capital. Caro has 3 
hotels, one newspaper (The Tuscola Adver- 
tiser), 4 general stores, 3 hardware stores, 3 
groceries, I shoe store, 2 druggists, 3 cloth- 
iers, I planing mill, I furniture factory, i 
foundry. A fine brick court house, a union 
school building and three brick business 
blocks are the principal public buildings. 
Distance from Detroit 100 niiles, from 
Reese, its nearest shipping station, on the 
Detroit & Bay City R. R., 16 miles. There 
is a daily mail to East Saginaw, also one to 
Reese stativ n. F. Craw postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Acker W W, druggist. 

Atwood H P, lawyer and prosecuting attor- 
ney. 

Barber A, principal Union school. 

Boyd J M, general store and lawyer. 

Bush D C, clothier. 

Chapin H G, publisher Tuscola Advertiser, 

Chase & Hastings physicians. 

Craw F, justice of the peace. 

Cross S R, hotel. 

Cummings J H, sheriff. 

Foster C, boots and shoes. 

Graves J W, drugs and groceries and physi- 
cian. 

Harris A, meat market. 

Howell & Ale, planing mill. 



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Howell J H, furniture. 

Johnson G & Son, grocers. 

Keely C M, meat market. 

Kendall & Calbeck, wagon makers. 

Kieff A L, merchant tailor. 

Knight J D, harne.is maker. 

Lee H S & Co, hardware. 

McBratney James, boots and shoes. 

May wood Rev W P (Methodist). 

Mertz & Johnson, blacksmiths and wagon- 
makers. 

Mills J T, American Hotel. 

Montague Charles, general store. 

Norris H M. lawyer. 

Norton F W, blacksmith and wagon maker. 

Orr M D, probate judge. 

Packer J J, hardware. 

Parmater J W, Exchange Hotel. 

Reynick A, boots and shoes, and justice of 
the peace. 

Rogers Wm M, county treasurer. 

Spencer J W, county register and abstract 
office. 

Sprague John, foundry. 

Stevens D S, physician. 

Stoddard C C, county clerk. 

Taggert C L, wagon maker. 

Torrey E W, merchant tailor. 

Walker G W, harness maker. 

Washburn & Cooper, drugs and groceries, 
and express agents. 

Whiteside R, clothier 

Wilcox D B & Bro, general store. 

Wilmot & Cotton, hardware. 

Young A, general store. 

OARROLLTON. 

A village of about 600 inhabitants, on the 
west bank of the Saginaw river, 2 miles 
below Saginaw City. It is in Carroliton 
township, Saginaw county, and is on the line 
of the J. L. & S. R. R. The country around 
is flat and low. Salt, lumber and brick are 
manufactured here. The latter are made 
by machinery which produces an article sup- 
erior both as to appearance and quality to 
any made in the northwest. Settled 1870. 
G. £. Dutton, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Abais Anthony, general store. 
Atwill James, At will House. 
Byrne Authony, general store. 
Dutton G £, brickyard. 
Flannigan T J, Carroliton House. 
Saylor T & Co, salt and lumber. 
Smith E T. druggist. 
Walpert & Dolke, general store. 

oarson'oity. 

A village of 700 inhabitants, in Bloomer 
township, in the eastern part of Montcalm 
coupty. It is on the line of the proposed 



Marshall, Cold water & Mackinac R. R. 
is 20 miles southeast of Stanton and 14 
of Pewamo, on the D. & M. R. R. It 
a good water power on Fish creek, 
manufactures lumber, shingles and ash 
Settled 1864. A. D. McGill» postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Acker W W, druggist. 

Bower Geo W, lumber and shingles. 

Brown William, grocer. 

Burgdefer L, general store. 

Cagwin Geo H, lawyer. 

Colton & Cooley, hardware. 

Congdon & Heath, hardware. 

Cresinger & Cooley, grocers. 

Cummings & Thayer, general store. 

Field T D, meat market. 

Ford G F, harnessmaker. 

Gage & Walker, furniture. 

Gage W O, meat market. 

Hines E. hotel. 

Kooper W H, general store. 

Lacy J G, sash and blinds. 

l^ppin L, hotel. 

Ladue Bros & Young, flouring and saw miHi» 

Mack A H, notary public. 

Martin P, physician. 

Miller H P, general store. 

Proctor A, grocer. 

Richard B, restaurant. 

Richardson Wm, physician. 

Sherman H T & Bro, sash and blinds. 

Smith William C, wagon maker. 

Strong J E, jeweler. 

Sweet & Thayer, druggists. 

Sweet Wm A, Jr, justice of the peace. 

Tenant J, physician. 

Tucker & Seaver, groceries and confectioa- 

ery. 
Valleau George Z. physiaan. 
Wilcox H J, groceries and confectionery. 



CASCADE. 

A post office situated 'in the south centnl 
part of Kent county, on Thornapple rirtr 10 
miles east of Grand Rapids, and 3 miles ioadi 
of Ada, its nearest shipping station on tbe 
D. & M. R. R. E. R. Johnson, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Baxter Milo, justice of the peace. 

Cascade Mnfg Co, furniture mnfrs. 

Coger Henry, blacksmith. 

Danford M W, physician. 

Denison H C, justice of the peace. 

Holt C F, propr Mineral Springs and town 

clerk. 
Johnson E R, supervisor. 
Lowrey H N, agricultural agent. 
Stark G P, general store. 
Tyler E, hotel propr. 



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OASOO. 

A postofflce in the town of Casco, in the 
•cmthwestem corner of St. Clair cuunty. It 
lies 4 miles back from the shore of lake St. 
Qair, and is 20 miles from Port Huron. 
Baltimore station and Ridgeway are each* 6 
miles distant. There is good farming land 
here, and grain and cattle are shipped off. 
Casco has a tri-weekly mail. Henry Jonas, 
post m aster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Ahrodt Ernst, blacksmith. 
Ciogrebe William, ashery. 
Cittich George, blacksmith. 
Conrad Henry, grocer. 
Holstein George, saloon. 
]ona» Henry, general store. 



CASEVILLE. 

A promising village in the northwest part 
of Haron county on the east shore of Saf^i- 
naw bay at the mouth of Pigeon river. It 
is 48 miles below Bay City, and 20 from 
Bad Axe, the county seat. It was settled in 
lS$2, and now has a population of 860. It 
has a small water power on Pigeon river, and 
is largely engaged in the manufactare of pig 
iron, lumber and salt, there being two saw 
mills here, two salt works and a blast furnace, 
the products of which for 1874, aggregated 
in value $245,000. When run to their full 
capacity these establishments employ directly 
and indirectly some 400 men. Buildings to 
the value of near $50,000 were erected in 
Caseville during 1874, and an extensive plan- 
ing mill and sask factory had been com- 
menced. Caseville has a tri-weekly mail. 
Thos. B. Wood worth, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Allison & Mutart, carriage makers. 

Black F M, grocer. 

Botiiam H, harness maker. 

Crawford Francis, general store and saw 

BiU. 
Fenner J D, shoemaker. 
Gregory Moses, hotel 
HaU John T, hardware. 
Hendenon S ), physician, 
lies Wesley, hotel. 
Holmes J Aid rich, general store. 
Uatchius J W, physician. 
Kdsey C P D, grocer. 
Kcnn Rev Joseph, (German Methodist.) 
Mintlme D, hotel. 
O'Neil Jamet P, grocer. 
Rattray J C, physician. 
Rott Tohn R, hoteL 
Rots William, saw mill. 
Tanier £ H, fnmitnre. 
Wikoz Rev Isaac, (Methodist.) 
Woodworth Thomas B, editor Caseville 

Advertiser. 



OASNOVIA. 

A place on the line of the Grand Rapids, 
Newaygo & Lake Shore R. R., 27^ miles 
from Grand Rapids. It lies on the line be- 
tween Kent and Muskegon counties, and has 
about 300 inhabitants. The first settlement 
was made in 1850. It is surrounded by a 
fanning country and produces the ordinary 
grains, potatoes and hay. Telegraph, Grand 
Rapids, Newaygo & Lake Shore R. R. 
line. Express, American. Milton L. Squier, 

postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Atherton, Miner & Son, general store. 

Ayres Augustus C, general store. 

Badger & Freudenthaler, meat market. 

Bartian David, saw and shingle mill. 

Casnovia House, William Hyler, propr. 

Colburn R H, physician. 

Forbes Mrs Catherine L, millinery. 

Freudenthaler Christian, saloon. 

Hamilton Mrs Angeline. millinery. 

Hamilton Harmon, general store. 

Hanna Alexander, hardware and stoves. 

Hanna Brothers, carriage makers. 

Hanna & Fulkerson, hardware. 

Hay ward Edward & Bro, saw and planing 
mill. 

Hentig Frank M, flour and feed. 

Hicks Solomon P, saloon. 

Holt Nelson D, watches and jewelry. 

Hyler Wm, propr Casnovia House. 

Irish Heman A dc €0, Hardware^ 
Stoves and Tinware. 

Jones Samuel J, builder and contractor. 

Kies Joseph, lumber dealer. 

Knisley Ellas, blacksmith. 

KfX)n Chauncey E, physician. 

Koon C E & S J, druggists. 

Undsley Floyd N. Undertaker and 
Furniture. 

Mclntyre Lauren A, physician. 

Misner Hiram, livery stable. 

Patterson James, saw mill. 

Phelan John, agent GRN&LSRR. 

Puddefoot Alfred, harnessmaker. 

Squier Benjamin F, meat market. 

Sinter Mllon Ij. General Store, Post- 
master and Express Agent. 

Surrarrer Ransom, saloon. 

Tyler Wm, hotel. 

Toby & Bro, steam saw and shingle mill. 

Topping Robert M, General Store. 

A postoffice in the town of Bridgeport, 
Saginaw county, 9 miles southeast of Sagi- 
naw City. It is situated three miles back 
from Bridgeport station, on the F & P M 
R R, and is the center of a good farming 
region. It has a tri-weekly mail. W. L. 
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Clark James, blacksmith. 
Clark James E, general store. 



CASS CITY, 

A place of 200 inhabitants in Elkland 
township, in the northeast part of Tuscola 
county. It is one mile nortfi of the forks of 
Cass river, and 1 5 miles from Caro. Reese, 
32 miles distant, is its nearest railroad point. 
Settled 1867. The country hereabouts com- 
prises good farming land, and both flour and 
lumber are shipped. It has a semi- weekly 
mail. J. C. Laing. postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Ahr G, boot and shoemaker. 

Amery John, blacksmith. 

DeWatt L A, furniture mnfr. 

Fox Jesse, saw mill. • 

Green Wm H, physician. 

Hitchcock J L, general store. 

Hunt G B, blacksmith and justice of the 
peace. 

Lenzner O, furniture and musical instru- 
ments. 

Nash, Laing & Co, flour and feed. 

Rowell Z, boot and shoemaker. 

Tennant R & Co, general store. 

Weydemayer Bros, drugs, books and station- 
ery. 

Weydemayer & Laing, general store. 

Wickware & Co, sash, doors and fiyuiture. 



OASSOPOUS. 

The village of Cassopolis, the county seat 
of Cass county, is located nearly in the cen- 
ter of the county, and at the junction of the 
Chicago and Lake Huron (formerly called 
the Peninsular) railroad, with the Air line 
division of the M. C. R. R., 14 miles east of 
Niles, and 52 southwest of Battle Creek. Its 
population is about 1,000. 

it has no water power, though there is an 
abundance of water near by, the village be- 
ing located just on the bank of Stone lake, 
and only one mile west of a beautiful sheet 
of water known as Diamond lake. In the 
center of this lake is a cosy little island, a 
favorite locality for picnics etc. This lake 
and islands are also rapidly becoming a po- 
pular summer resort. 

The fact of Ca^opolis having been an in- 
land town until recently, and without water 
power, together with its close proximity to 
Niles and Three Rivers, both railroad towns, 
and with first class water powers, is probably 
the reason for the almost entire absence of 
manufacturing interests. 

The public buildings consist of a fair old 
wooden court house, in one room of which is 
found the postoflice; a brick jail, fire proof 
brick offices, a good wooden central union 



school building and one ward building, an< 
three churches — Presbyterian, Baptist 
Methodist. The latter, a very nice woodi 
structure, was dedicated Nov. 22, 1874, am 
the society placed beyond any pecuniarJ 
embarrassment created by its building by tfai 
generous contributions of the people. Therv 
are no saloons in the village. 

There are two newspapers here : 7M 
Nathnal Democrat^ owned by C. C. Allison,! 
and the Vigilanty by W. H. Mansfield. I 

The first settlement was made here ill 
1829. In 1832 the place became the couatf^ 
seat, but its isolated position kept it in thfti 
back ground until the completion of its two 
railroads in 1870, since which it has enjojed: 
a healthy growth. Joseph Harper postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Aldrich Zachi us, station agent C & L M RR« 

Allen Owen L, sewing machines. 

Allison Christopher C, propr National Demo* 
crat. 

Barber Miles H, furniture. 

Barnard Newton H, lawyer. 

Barney Henry X^ County Recorder. 

Becraft Julius O, agent M. C. R. R. 

Bennett Leonard £, photographer. 

BenneU Wm P, Judge of Probate. 

Beverly Reuben, blacksmith. 

Boyd James, boots and shoes. 

Brown Isaac, blacksmith. 

Cassopolis Housey E R Graham Propr. 

Cassopolis Vigilant, (weekly), W H Mans- 
field Propr. 

Chapman 4k Farnnm^ Boots. Shoes^ 

Hats, Caps and Gents Furnishing Goodsw 
Clisbee & Ketcham, lawyers. 
Cornell Richard, meat market. 
Corner Miss Nellie, dressmaker. 
Cowgill Joel, abstract of titles. 
Custard Morris B, general store. 
Deal Henry O, grocer. 

Decker & Graham, founders and machinists. 
Enos & Reynolds, dentists. 
First National Bank, Asa Kingsbury pres, 

C H Kingsbury pres, 
French D L & H C, hardware. 
Garwood Alonzo, physician. 
Gaston Albert P, drugs and stationery. 
Glover Lowell H, justice of the peace. 
Graham Edward R, propr Cassopolis House. 
Graham Bros, livery stable. 
Goodwin Fairfield, Physician and 

Surgeon, Cassopolis House. 
Goucher Romi W, watches and jewelry. 
Harrison Jesse, grocer. 
Heiser Henry, restaurant. 
Holzemer Adam, tailor. 
Howell & Carr, lawyers. 
Jakways Wm L, hardware. 
Jones Amos, barber. 
Jones James, painter. 
Jones & Sons, furniture mnfrs. 



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Kiagsbury Asa, pres First National Bank. 

McIIvain Wm W, general store. 

McOmber A L, physician. 

Mansfield Wm H, editor Cassopolis Vigilant. 

Marks & Palmer, painters. 

Martin Clitus W. dentist. 

Martin Hiram, tailor. 

Messenger Wm, restaurant. 

Morley Alonzo B, drug^st and bookseller. 

Morton Charles L, county clerk 

National Democrat, (weekly), C C Allison, 

editor and propr. 
Norton Hiram, manager W U Telegraph Co. 
Osbom Jordan P, harness maker. 
Peck A Maiglnnls, General Store. 
Pe^ & Nelson, planing mill. 
Phelps & Cornwell, dry goods. 
Powen Mrs E, milliner. 
Read & Yost, clothing. 
Rinard David P, barber. 
Ritter Joseph K, general store. 
Rodd Orson, laml^r dealer. 
Ragar & Shaffer, boots and shoes. 
MierHillB Irring V, Jeweler, Music 

Dealer and Agent American Express. 

{Ser adv.) 
tadtli AaAreur J, Attorney and 

Counselor at Law. 
Smith Daniel B, carpenter and builder. 
Smith Harsen D, lawyer. 
Smith Joseph, groceries and crockery. 
Stafford & Brush, meat market. 
Stapleton Thomas, wagon maker. 
Talbot John A, lawyer. 
Thomas Stanton B, groceries and crockery. 
Tompkins & Kelsey, druggists and physicians. 
Tanier C^eo B, Real Estate, Collection 

and Insorancc Agent. 
Voorhis Charles E, grocer and baker. 

CATO. 

A village in Cato township, Montcalm 
coQoty, 18 miles north of Greenville. Coral, 
on the D. L. & L. M. R. R., 10 miles south- 



west, is its nearest railroad station. Popu- 
lation, 150. The surrounding country is 
composed of good farming lands, producing 
hay, oats, wheat and potatoes. Lumber and 
shingles are manufactured and shipped. It 
has a senii-weekly mail. Settled about 
1857. Wm. F. Ellsworth, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

DeCIare L W, justice of the peace. 

Failing F, lumber and shingle mnfr. 

Farrar J M, cooper. 

Farrar Solon, shoemaker. 

Fay W D, blacksmith. 

Frederickson Martin, glovemaker and tanner. 

Hall Rev H N, (Methodist). 

Lane Rev S E, (United Brethren). 

Nigly A, wagon maker. 

O'Donnel James, hotel. 

Riches John, flour, etc. 



CEDAR CREEK. 

A postoffice in the town of Hope, Barry 
county, nine miles south of Hastings. It 
has a semi- weekly mail. (For business di- 
rectory, see index to names received too late 
for insertion in proper place.) 

OEDAR DALE. 

A postoffice in the town of Delaware, 
Sanilac county, 35 miles northwest of Lex- 
ington and 12 miles southwest of Forestville, 
the shipping point for this section* Farming, 
is carried on and wheat, hay, oats and bar- 
ley are cultivated. It has a semi-weekly 
mail. M. O. Thayer, postmaster. 

OEDAR PORKS. 

A village (also called Cedarville),in Cedar- 
ville township, Menomonee county, on the 
shore of Green bay, about midway between 
Menomonee and Escanaba. It is 31 miles 
north of the former place and is situated at 
the mouth of the Cedar river. Its nearest 




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Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Ware, 

Pianos, Organs, Musical Merchandise 

FIRE ARMS, &c. 

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railroad station is Spalding on the C. & N. 
W. R. R., 20 miles inland. The place was 
settled in 1858 and now numbers some 400 
inhabitants. The river affords ample water 
power. There is only one saw mill, and the 
fishing business is extensively carried on 
here. Lumber, fish, game, potatoes, oats, 
hay and hogs are shipped. Edward P. 
Wood, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

American House. 
Armstrong Wilmot, fish dealer. 
Demot Wm, fish dealer. 
Fleoter Augustus, carpenter. 
Hubbard & Wood, saw mill. 
Jerue Nicholas, hotel propr. 
Kane John, fish dealer. 
McMulIen John, blacksmith. 
Miller A D, physician. 
W^ood Edward P, general store. 



CEDAR RUN. 

A post office in Long Lake township, 
Grand Traverse county, 9^ miles west of 
Traverse City. There is no village, but 137 
inhabitants reside within a circuit of two 
miles. These mostly work on their farms in 
the summer season and lumber in the winter. 
There is a steam saw and shingle mill here, 
and wheat, potatoes, and lumber are shipped. 
Mrs. E. Willobee, postmistress. 

CEDAR SPRINaS. 

A flourishing village of about 1,200 in- 
habitants in the township of Nelson, Kent 
county. It is on the G. R. & L R. R., 20 
miles north of Grand Rapids. The village 
was settled about 1858 and incorporated in 
1871. It is heavily interested in the lumber, 
stave and shingle business, having about a 
dozen mills in operation of one kind and 
another. It supports a weekly newspaper, 
the Cedaf Springs Clipper^ and the churches 
and schools usually found in Michigan towns. 
Charles S. Kidder, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Adams & Benedict, dry and fancy goods. 
Amond Godfrey, meat market. 
Andrus W P & Co., hardware. 
Bailey Bradford, meat market. 
Barber Warren, groceries and saw mill. 

Barker Thomas IV, Lawyer. 

Borkley Wellington, blacksmith. 
Bams & Rawson, saloon and restaurant. 
Benedict J O & E R, shingle dealers. 
Bickhart Jacob, planing mill. 
Black Wm, grocer. 
Blackmer R, grocer and saloon. 
Brace Hiram L, grocer. 
Buck Curtis, lawyer. 

Cedar Springs Clipper (weekly), L M Sel- 
lers, publisher. 



Cedar Springs Exchange Bank, H C R 

& Co, proprs. 
Cedar Springs House, Hamilton & 

proprs. 
Chappel Geo, physician. 
Chester Elisha F, physician. 
Clark JTames I>9 General Store. ! 

Coffin Alexander J, flour and feed. 
Congdon G R & Son, grocers. 
Crosby Frank, billiard saloon. 
ETaiia Margaret L, Barber Shop. 
Fairchild Wesley P, propr Fairchild House. 
Gardner & Butler, druggists. 
Goldsmith Mrs Vincent J, bakery. 
Hadden & Odell, blacksmiths. 
Hamilton & Carr, hotel proprs. 
Hanscom G D & Co, grocers. 
Hartupee Benjamin V^ furniture. 
Hayes Virgil, physician and druggist. 
Hill Nicholas R, justice of the peace. 
Hill Orpheus B, boots and shoes. 
Holmes Mrs Mary J, millinery. 
Jennison A L, saw mill. 
Kidder Charles S, books and stationery. 
Kinnon S L, Jeweler. 
Lyle D Carr, lawyer. 
McBryer & Wheeler, general store. 
McConnell Walter, grocery and restaurant. 
Massie & Son, groceries, flour and feed. 
Nelson John E, hardware. 
Osterhout Edwin L, barber. 
Papson George, harnessmaker. 
Pelton Chauncey, shingle mofr. 
Rexford Alanson, saloon. 
Roys Bros, grocers. 
Russell H C & Co, druggists. 
Sellers L McKnight, photographer. 
Sharer G W & Co, mnfrs staves and heading. 
Simmons Henry, i^eat market. 
SlaWBOn Newell F9 Justice of the 

Peace and Collection Agent. 
Slemons James, lumber inspector and dealer. 
Slocum Mary A, millinery. 
Smith & Otis, livery. 
Sparks Philip, tailor. 
Spooner J A & Bro, clothing. 
Slocum D R & Co, general store. 
Taylor Oliver. Meat Market. 
Torrey Mary D, millinery. 
Udell & Prentice, saw mill. 
United States Express Co, Egbert Williaai 

agent, at Depot. 
Wa^er A Bnel, Livery Stable. 
Williams Egbert, station and express a^t 

OEDABVTTiTiFi, 

A village in Menomonee county. 
{See Cedar Forks.) 



CENTRE. 

A postoffice in the township of Roxans* 
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Old lowest of Grand Ledge, its nearest rail- 
md station. Settled 1837. Country level 
and soil productive. Wheat, corn and oats 
are the staple crops. It has a weekly mail. 
Jacob S. Davis postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Crane William, general store. 
Davis Jacob S, physician (hom.) 
Mojer S W, physician. 



OENTERVHiLE. 

A small settlement and railroad station on 
the C. & N. W. R. R., in Delta county. 

(5f/ Lathrop.) 

CENTRAL LAKE. 

Apostof&ce in Central Lake township, An- 
trim ooontj, about midway between Trav- 
CTke City and Little TraTcrse. It is situ- 
ated 00 Intermediate lake. The country is 
foiling, the soil good and some of the finest 
acencry in the State is here enjoyed. Wheat, 
com, oati and potatoes are cultivated, and 
haaber, hoops and wheat are shipped. Cen- 
tral Lake has a weekly mail. S. B. Davis, 
potimaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Cknr Robert, blacksmith. 
Wadsworth James, general store. 
Walten, grist mill. 
Vihey, saw mill. 



OENTBAL MILL. 

A village at the location of the Central 
nine, in the town of Sherman, Keweenaw 
coanty. It lies 7 miles back from Eagle 
River, the county seat, and 5 miles from 
Eagle Harbor. The place was first settled 
in or about the year 1857, and now num- 
bers a popnlation of about i .000. Copper 
Biniog IS the leading industry of the place. 
The oonntry around is slightly broken and 
heavily timbered. Hay ahd potatoes are 
the principal agricultural productions. Cop- 
per alone is shipped. The production of 
the Ceotrml mine for 1873 was 1,120 tons, 
and it was surpassed in product only by 
the Calumet and Hecla and the Quincy 
nines. It divided the same year $160,000. 
The total dividends paid by it have reach- 
ed $840,000 on an original investment of 
$100,000. Ship by water to Eagle Harbor. 
Its nearest railroad point is Calumet. T. 
B. Diinstao, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bailey Natrctee, blacksmith. 
Ceatoal Mining Co, general store. 
Drefaer Jsmes^ carpenter. 
Diastan James, mining captain. 
Evcntt Harlow, boarding house. 
Baaopck Jamc*» blacksmith. 



Hubbell S L, justice of the peace. 

Jennings Augustus F, physician. 

Kingston Charles, contractor, butcher and 

livery. 
Mergen Nicholas, tailor. 
Omans Rev Thomas G, (Methodist). 
Petrie C B, agent. 
Roberts John, blacksmith. 
Spahn Casmir, shoemaker. 

OENTBEVHiLE. 

Centre ville, the county seat of St. Joseph 
county, is situated on the M. C. R. R. Air 
line. 6 miles east of Three Rivers, and 64 
miles west of Jackson. The population of 
the town is somewhere from 1,000 to 1,200. 

The soil of the county is a gravelly loam, 
and the timber mostly oak. But for its 
naturally good streets, the people would pro- 
bably have had their town incorporated long 
before this. As it is, however, there is no 
power to compel the building of a sidewalk, 
nor even the purchase of a pail to aid in sup- 
pressing a conflagration. With a little more 
enterprise in tfiis direction, Centreville would 
be an exceedingly pleasant town. 

Hog creek, or Prairie river, as it is inter- 
changeably called, affords a passable water 
power, susceptible of greater improve- 
ment. 

The manufacturing enterprises consist of 
the Centreville Knit-Goods Manufacturing 
company, with a capital stock of $65,000. It 
has a large three-story brick building, erect- 
ed last year. Some 65 hands are employed 
in the manufacture of knit-goods. An Alden 
and Jones fruit-drying establishment has 
recently been established, with $10,000 
capital stock. Also the flouring mill of Kline 
& Holt, large foundry and machine shop of 
William Allison, the wagon and carriage 
shop of Dexter & Thomas. A cotton-batting 
company has just been organized in connec- 
tion with the fruit-drying establishment, with 
an increase of capital to $20,000. 

The public buildings of Centreville con- 
sist of a fair wooden court house, brick fire . 
proof offices and a good brick jail. A $22,- 
000 school house will soon be ready for oc- 
cupancy. 

The spiritual interests of the town are, 
or ought to be, well attended to with four 
churches, the methodist, baptist, united 

Sresbyterian and reformed, each of which 
as good wooden buildings, save the baptist, 
which is a very good brick. 

The only newspaper published here is the 
Centreville Republican^ owned by H. Ega- 
broad. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Akey Alfred, lawyer. 
Ashley Daniel D, merchant tailor. 



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ATery Revilo N* Hardware, Stoves 

and Tinware. 
Bateman Fletcher C, physician. 
Berrstecher Charles A, taxidermist and 

book binder. 
Beers techer Charles F, carpenter. 
Beerstecher Charles J. lawyer. 
Beerstecher Frederick, gunsmith. 
Bennet ComeHus D, general store. 
Buel Cyrus R, carpenter. 
Campbell Henry C, postmaster and grocer. 

Centreville Fralt Preservlnff Co, 

Fruit Preservers and Mnfrs of Cotton 

Batting, D D Antes Pres, John C Joss sec. 
Centreville Knit Goods Mnfg Co, Harvey 

Cady pres, John C Joss sec. 
Chaffee Comfort T, pres First National 

Bank. 
Clapp Leverett A, Commissoner of 

State Land Office, Insurance and Abstracts 

of Titles. 
Clark W E, physician. 
Cross Wm H, judge of probate. 
Cummings Charles, furniture mnfr. 
Davis Evan, merchant tailor. 
Davis Mrs H M, millinery. 
Dexter & Armstrong* carriage makers. 
Dockstader Joseph P, livery. 
Egabroad Henry, editor and propr St Joseph 

County Republican. 
Elser & Co, bakers. 
£niliS jk RllddCK^ky Groceries and 

Crockery. 
First National Bank, C T Chaffee pres, 

Henry S Piatt cashier. 
Gooden Housed Francis Gooden Propr. 

Gregory Charles 0» Saddle and 

Harness Maker. 

Haight Mrs Mahlah, dressmaker. 

Hayes Henry W, station and W U Tele- 
graph agent. 

Howard Jesse B, boot and shoemaker. 

Hunnewell Miss M £, dressmaker. 

Hunnewell Stephen R, restaurant. 

Joss John C, county clerk. 

Keeeh George Jr, Druggist and 

Dealer in Essential Oils in tin, and agent 

American Express. 
Klesner Louis, boots and shoes. 
Kline & Holt, flouring mill. 
Knapp Gabriel H, wagon maker. 
Loop & Drescher, wagon mukers. 
McMillan Ithuriel, physician. 

Melendy Richmond W, attorney 

and counseler at law. 
Piatt Samuel W, Justice of the peace. 
Russell Jay D, dentist. 

8t Joseph County Republican, 

(Weekly), H Egabroad editor and propr. 
fillldler& Son, Attorneys and Counselors 

at law. 
Shaffer Thomas, carpenter, 
Spitrer Jeremiah W, general store. 



Talbot Edward W» Groceries and- 

Provisions. 
Talbot & Worthington, Itardware. 
Thomas Eugene D, druggist. 
Trowbridge & Sabin, physicians. 
Turner John D, meat market. 

l¥eftCOtt Hiram D, Saddle and Har- 

ness Maker. 
Wolf Daniel F, distiller of essential oils. 



CERESCO. 

A village of about 500 inhabitants on the 
Michigan Central railroad between Marshall 
and Battle Creek. It is on the line between 
Emmett and Marshall townships, and is on 
the Kalamazoo river 5 miles from Marshall 
and 113 from Detroit. It is the center of a 
fine wheat country, and has one or more 
large flouring mills. Wheat, flour, butter, 
eggs and potatoes are the leading articles of 
shipment. Settled about 1830. Charles H. 
Raven, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Adams Mrs Ann A, saw mill. 

Bartlett Jeremiah P, carpenter and builder. 

Brooks Osro M, druggist. 

Deuel John C, justice of the peace. 

Goodwin Marcus, millwright. 

Graham Mrs Annie, boarding house. 

Herron James, grocer. 

Hetsler John, shoemaker and dealer in Van- 
kee notions. 

Kelley Gardner A, justice of the peace. 

Kinyon Johnson, constable and collection agt. 

Lewis Jeremiah B W, physician. 

Lewis Leroy L, general store. 

McLeod Roderick, wagon maker. 

Mickel Joseph R, carpenter and joiner. 

Mofiitt Chester, carpenter and millwright. 

Raven Charles H, postmaster, American Ex- 
press agt,M.C. R. R. station agt,and tele- 
graph operator. 

Ruddock Andrew, cooper. 

Rutherford Son & Co, flouring mills. 

Smith Henry, grocer. 

Smith Wm G, shoemaker. 

Vollick David, blacksmith. 

Walt & Mickel, blacksmiths. 



OHADWIOK, 

A village of 130 inhabitants, on the De* 
troit, Lansing & Lake Michigan R. R., 51 
miles northwest of Lansing, 136 miles from 
Detroit, and %% miles southeast of Green- 
ville. It is in Orleans township, Ionia conn- 
ty, 13 miles from the county seat. It is 
within a mile of Flat river, but is snhstaa- 
tially in a farming region. Settled 1844. 
Charles Chadwick, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Blakeslee Bros, mnfrs farming implements. 
Chadwick Charles, general store and R R agt. 



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CHAMPION, 

A villa^ of 200 inhabitants on the Mar- 
qnette, Honghton & Ontonagon R. R.,in the 
town of Ely, Nfarquette county, 31 miles 
west of Marauette. It is within a mile of 
tbebeaatiful lake Michigammie, and was the 
location of the Champion hot blast furnacet 
which, however, was burned down in April, 
1874, and owing to the depressed condition 
of the iron market, was not rebuilt, though 
mnch of the property was saved, and $15,000 
to $18,000 would suffice to put it in opera- 
tkn again. The stoppage of the furnace 
has caused the village to decline in popula- 
tion and business, fhough the proprietors 
(The Morgan Iron Company) still keep a 
aamber of hands to work their farm in the 
vicinity. The Champion iron mine, located 
about a mile south of the village, and owned 
by the Champion Iron Company, is doing 
well, and has all the accessories of a Brst- 
class mine. The Keystone mine is in the 
same vicinity. Hay, oats, potatoes and vege- 
tables are cultivated, but only iron and iron 
ore are shipped away. Christopher A. 
McRae, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Bartron, physician. 
Bembe Rev Joseph F (Catholic). 
Champion Mining Co, iron mines. 
Dcntoa Daniel T, carpenter. 
Lamienx Michael, hotel propr. 
McRae Christopher A, justice of the peace. 
Miller C, propr Keystone iron mine. 
Mitchel W, carpenter. 
MoU Wm, blacksmith. 
Taylor Hugh R, station and express agt. 
Treat Joseph A, physician. 

CHAPEL'S CORNERS. 

A new postoffice in the town of Victory. 
Mason county, 13 miles north of Ludington, 
It is OB the Big Sauhle river, and farming and 
lumbering are both prosecuted in the vicinity. 
It has a daily mail. £. C. Chambers, post- 
master. 



CHAFIN. 

(See Eden.) 

OHART.ESTOWN. 

A settlement of $0 inhabitants in the town 
of Delaware, Sanilac county. It is 4 miles 
back fron Forest ville. It has a flouring mill, 
and a saw mill, and ships wheat, flour, cedar 
posts, cordwood and lumber. Settled about 
1864. It has a weekly mail. Thos. L. 
Ward, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Ward Thoma* h, general store, saw and 
gristmilL 



OHARLESWORTH, 

The postoffice name for Brockway, a. village 
in the southeast corner of Eaton county, 5 
miles south of Eaton Rapids. John W. 
Loomis, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bowman William, blacksmith. 
Boyles & Gray, stave manufacturers. 
Ensley Andrew, boot and shoemaker. 
Loomis J W, general store. 
Millard L L, agent M. C. R. R. 
Peacock James, cooper. 
Rivers George, blacksmith. 
Toll & Gray, lumber and slaves. 
Williams Franklin, shoemaker. 

OHAM^OIX. 

The county seat of Charlevoix county, a 
village about 500 inhabitants, on the shore 
of Lake Michigan, about midway between 
Traverse Ciiy and Mackinac. It is 14 miles 
west ofPetoskey the terminus of the G. R. & 
I. R. R. It has one or more saw mills, and 
a newspaper, the Sentinel. Certain propellers 
of the Bufl'alo and Chicago lines touch here 
several times a week, affording during the 
season of navif^ation ready communication 
with the outside world. During the winter 
sea.<ion it has a tri- weekly mail. 

(See index to names too late for insertion.) 



CHARLOTTE. 

Charlotte is a city of 3,000 inhabitants, 
situated in the center of the county of Eaton, 
one of the most flourishing counties in the 
State, of which it is the seat of justice. 
It is built upon a beautiful prairie skirted 
with woods, a lovely spot, and the 

" Loveliest village of the plain." 
The Grand River Valley Division of the 
Michigan Central R R. cros.ses the Chicago 
& Lake Huron R. R. at this point, affording 
competition ini traffic both east and west. 
No finer stores are to be found in any city 
of its size in the west, and its business men 
are live, active and thriving. 

Charlotte has 2 excellent hotels, 2 banks, 
5 churches, excellent school buildings, and 
some fine residences. In the manufacturing 
line it has two flouring mills, a large handle 
factory, which has also recently commenced 
upon an extensive scale the manufacturing 
of Willard's patent double stave barrels. 
The Charlotte Manufacturing Company, 
with a capital of 2(),ooo, do an immense 
business in manufacturing staves. The Gip- 
son fanning mill is also made here. There 
are three foundries and machine shops. 
The city has also apublic circulating library, 
founded by Joseph Saunders, Esq., who fur- 
nishes free of rent the room which it occupies. 
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by a greatful public. The Eaton County 
Agricultural Society grounds are within the 
city. They are being nicely arranged and 
one of their most marked features is a grove 
of about ten acres. The county jail, situ- 
ated here, is the admiration of all who see it. 

Charlotte became a city in 187 1, and 
elected Hon. £. 8. Lacey its first mayor, to 
whom it is much indebted for (he excellence 
of ita governmental regulations. During 
that year many public improvements were 
made, and the like have steadily increased 
to the present time. It has a steam fire 
department and one of Silsby*s third size 
engines. 

No healthier place can be found and its 
inhabitants are moral and cultivated. 

The Western Union Telegraph and Amer- 
ican Express furnish telegraph And express 
facilities. F. E. Letter postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECIORY. 

Adams Richard 4l Co., Restaurant, 

Oliver. 
Allen Asaph T, Cigar Mnfr, Lawrence 

ave. 
Allen Giles B, physician, Cochrane ave. 

Andrns 4l Proctor, Pump mnfrs, 

opp Chicago & Lake Huron Depot. 

Angerer & Collison. millinery, Cochrane ave. 

Bailey Ephraim H, books and stationery, 
Lawrence ave. 

Baird House, I W Ells, propr, cor Coch- 
rane ave and Lovett. 

Baird James,propr Phoenix House, cor Coch- 
rane and Lawrence aves. 

Barnes & Brosseau, livery. Cochrane ave. 

Barnes & Merrill, proprs Grand River Valley 
House, opp depot. 

Bateman William, barber, Cochrane ave. 

Baughman A. D. & Co, dry goods, Cochrane 
ave. 

Bell Adrew, saloon. Phoenix House. 

Bordeaux Edward, blaitksmith, Charlotte. 

Brown Charles H, Register of 

Deeds, Lawrence ave. 

Buck Oliver C, blacksmith, N Main. 

Callister John, blacksmith, Bosfwick are. 

Gassidy Hillary S, sewing machines, Coch- 
rane ave. 

Chandler E^ H, saloon, Sherwood House. 

Cliappell Osman, Insurance, Real 
Estate and Loan office. No. I Arcade 
Block. 

Charlotte IVIannlkctartnff Co, 

Mnfrs St nves and heading-, E T Church, 
pre-. P M Higbv Sec, E S Lacey, Treas, 

i unction G. R. v. & C. & L. H. R. R. 
_ larlotte Rennblicany (weekly), 

j Saunders & Co., rublishers, Cochrane ave. 
Cheney Alunzo M, photographer, cor Lovett 

and Cochrane ave. 
Church E T & Co, grocers, 8 Cochrane ave. 
Coder David, carpenter, Lawrence ave. 



Collins George V. druggist, Cochrane ave. 
Cooper Mart, dry goods, Cochrane ave. 
Crosier S P & Co, lx>ots and shoes, Cochrane 

ave. 
Culver & Kesler, carpenters, Cochrane ave. 
Currier Ammi F, physician and dentist, 

Lawrence ave 
Curtis, Houck & Bennett, sash and doors, 

nr C. & L. H. R. R. depot. 
De Lamater William H, jewelry, 12 Coch- 
rane ave. 
Dulmage Philip M, restaurant, Cochrane 

ave. 
Dunlap Robert, harness, Phcenix Ilonse 

Block. • 

£llfl Frank A, Novelty Works. Main. 
Ells James W, hotel, Cochrane ave. 
Elms Fred L, agricultural implements, 

Cochrane ave. 
Estelle & Radle, foundry, Sheldon. 
Fams worth O J. station agt C. & L. H. R. R. 
Fellrath John A^ ^ddle and Harness 

Maker, Cochrane ave. 
Fildew & Wo«kI, carpenters. 

First National Bank J Musgrave, 

Pres, E S Lacey, Cashier, Cochrane ave. 

Fletcher & Bros, clothing, Serwood House 
Block. 

Foote Edward A, lawyer, Lawrence ave. 

Foreman, Smith & Co, hardware, cor Coch- 
rane ave and Lovett. 

Foster Charles, dry goods, Cochrane ave, 

Foster G W & Bro, flouring mill, nr G. R. V. 
depot. 

Foster Miss N E, milliner, Lawrence ave. 

Fouts Jesse T, physician. Cochrane ave. 

Fowler George H. painter, Lawrence ave. 

Fowler Lyman, barber, Cochrane ave. 

Garland John D, boots and shoes, Cochrane 
ave. 

Gillespie Alexander B, tailor, cor Cochrane 
ave and Lovett s^. 

Gillingham James, blacksmith, Bostwickave. 

Grand River Valley House, Barnes & Mer- 
rill, proprs opp Depot. 

Green Alburtus H. painter, Lawrence ave. 

Green Asa, blacksmith, Bostwick ave. 

Green Mary E, physician, X2 Arcade Block. 

Green Sieilnfton T. Agricnltural Impfe- 
ments, Pumps and Agent for Halliday's 
Wind Mills, Cochrane ave. {See advA 

Green Theodorus D, real estate, Highy 
Block 

Grier Benjamin J, lumber, Lovett nrC. & L. 
H. Depot. 

Griffith H W. marble works, Lovett. 

Griffith John Q, meat market,Cochrane ave. 

Gundlach Frederick, potash mnfr, nr G. R. 
V. Depot. 

Hard Joseph, saloon, Cochrane ave. 

Harmon Jonathan C, Flouring 
Mill and Dealer in Produce and Grain, 
Cochrane ave. 



CHA AND BUSINESS DUtBCTORY. CHA 175 

S. T. GREEN, 

Dealer in every variety of 

Agricultural Hardware & Farm Machinery 

WAGONS, CARRIAGES, 

Mowers and Rpapers, Plo-ws, Cultivators, 

GRAIN DRILLS. BUGGY & REVOLVING HORSE RAKES, &c. 

CHARLOTTE, - - MICHIGAN. 

SHERWOOD HOUSE, 

G. W. SHERWOOD, Proprietor, 

Charlotte, - - Michigan. 

The House is new and richly furnished throughout, and being located in the business part 

of the City, with four good Sample Rooms attached, its full share 

of public patronage is respectfully solicited. 



nil I AA /\#\ nrn rvaw N. B.— Buckwheat Cakbs and Maplb M glasses 
BILL $2.00 PEn DAY. Constawtly on HAnp. ^ 

E. R. SNIDER, 

Manufacturer of 

Carriages, Wagons, Buggies i Sleighs 

— ALSO— 

GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. 



Custom Work Solicitbo and Dons to Ordbr. 
Saiisfaction Guarantbbd. 



F. H. SPRAGUE, Proprietor. 

NORTH MAIN ST., 
CHARLOTTE, - - - MICHIGAN. 



This House has been newly refurnished and refitted, and now affords every accomodation 
and oomfort to the traveling public. 



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Hart Harvey J, lumber, N Main. 
Haslett J M & W A, dry goods, Cochrane ave. 
Hawkins John K, tailor, Cochrane ave. 
Hayden Charles, manager W. U. Tel Co, G. 

R, V. R. R. Depot. 
Heilwag Henry W, grocer, Cochrane ave. 
, Henion & Hunt, grocers, 7 Lawrence ave. 
Heston Alonzo, boots and shoes, Cochrane 

ave. ^ 

Heyman Manuel, meat market, Cochrane ave. 
Hickok Isaac £ C. lawyer, Lawrence ave. 
Higby & Hudson, dry goods, Cochrane ave. 
Hooker Frank A, lawyer, Cochrane ave. 
Horton Daniel C, clothing, Lawrence ave. 
Horton J H, physician, Lawrence ave. 
Isherwood William C, physician, Cochrane 

ave. 
Jackie Jacob, gunsmith, Cochrane ave. 
Jenning John D, tailor, Cochrane ave. 
Johnson Jerome V, publisher of the Leader, 

Main. 
Johnson & Robb, planing mill, nr C. &. L. H. 

Depot. 
Tones S P & Co, dry goods, Cochrane ave. 
Kauffman Peter, tailor, Lawrence ave. 
Kinne Miss M, millinery, Cochrane ave. 
Kniffin Frank, blacksmith, Oliver. 
Krebs Josh B, cigar mnfr, Cochrane ave. 
Lambert Joshua, blacksmith, Charlotte. 
Lambtrt Mrs J, dressmaker, Cochrane ave. 
Lang Joseph, clothiig. Cochrane ave. 
Latham Charles K, lawyer, Lawrence ave. 
The lieader, (Weekly), J V Johnson, 

Publisher, Main. 
Leiter Fred £, agent American Express Co. 

CQc)itaiie ave. 
Lev^ John, clothing, Cochrane ave. 
Light George F, boots and shoes, Cochrane 

ave. 
Lockard Arthur M, harness, Cochrane ave. 
Lovejoy Miss Nellie B, tailoress, Cochrane 

ave. 
McCoy Mrs O, milliner, Cochrane ave. 

McCnteheon Isaac .D, Attorney at 

Law, Cochrane ave. 

McDonald Homer S, druggist, 12 Cochrane 
ave. 

McNeil Mrs J & M, dressmakers, Cochrane 
ave. 

Maynard Albert O, barber, Cochrane ave. 

Mikesell Jerrie, grocer, Cochrane ave. 

Mikesell Jose B, grocer, Cochrane ave. 

Miller John A, founder and machinist, Coch- 
rane ave. 

Mills Charles H, insurance and real estate, 
Cochrane ave. 

Moore Andrew R, foundry, Charlotte. 

Morton Mrs R, millinerv, 14 Arcade Block. 

Munson A H & Co, hardware, Cochrane ave. 

Manyrave A Ijacey* Grain, Dressed 
Hogs, Wool and Clover Seed, Elevator 
and Warehouse on G. R. V. R. R, nr De- 
pot* 



Newlon, Hines & Co, furniture and under- 
takers, Cochrane ave. 

Nichols & DeGraff, lawyers. Higby's Block. 

O'Bryon William, fish, fruit, etc, Cochrane 
ave. 

Opt & Pollock, bakers and grocers, Coch- 
rane ave. 

Palmer Albert W, grocer, Cochrane ave. 

Perkey Samuel, physician and sui^eon. Main 

Perkins & Pierce, meat market, Cochrane 
ave. 

Perkins & Warren, livery, Cochrane ave. 

Phillips Moreton S, dentist, Cochrane ave. 

Phoenix House, Jas Baird, propr, cor Coch- 
rane and Lawrence aves. 

Piper Charles J, produce, Cochrane ave. 

Piper & Vanzile, boots and shoes, 9 Law 
rence ave. 

Porter Bros, clothing, Cochrane ave. 

Pratt & Worden. boots and shoes, Cochrane 
ave. 

Prindle Uri, gunsmith, Cochrane ave. 

Rand Gardner T, physician, 15 Arcade 
Block. 

Richardson John J, books and stationery. 
Cochrane ave. 

Robinson & Son, furniture, Cochrane ave. 

Sagendorph Daniel P, Attorney, 

Counselor at Law and Solicitor in Chan- 
cery,office Munson & Sagendorph*s Arcade 
Block. 

Saunders J ^ Co, Publishers Char- 
lotte Republican, Cochrane ave. 

Savage Frank, station agent G. R, V. Div. 
M. C. R. R. 

Shaw & Pennington, lawyers, Cochrane ave. 

Shepherd £ & J, bankers and general »tore. 
Cochrane ave. 

Shepherd Leroy, hardware, Cochrane ave. 

Sherwood George W, Propr Sher- 
wood House, cor Cochrane and Lawrence 
aves. {^See adv.) 

Sherwood House, G W Sherwood, 
Pi'opr, cor Cochrane and Lawyj^mie aves. 
{See adv.) 

Shuler Bros, druggists, Cochrane ave. 

Sleater S W, physician. Main. 

Smith & Belcher, abstracts of titles, Law- 
rence ave. « 

Smith J W H, cooper, CharloUe. 

Snider Edwin R, Carriage Mnfr, N 
Cochrane ave. [See adv») 

Sprague Frasler H, Propr Valley 
nouse, Cochrane ave. 

Stillman Harry, saloon, Lawrence ave. 

Strong Isaac M, dry goods, Lawrence ave. 

Swarthottt Stephen R, news depot, Coch- 
rane ave. 

Swarthout Mrs S R, dressmaker, Lawrence 
ave. 

Thomas Mrs Frank, hair dresser, Coduome 
are. 

Thrift JcAin N, jewelry, Cochrane ave. 



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Tbrift Mrs J N, dressmaking, Cochrane ave. 
Tracy £dinil]ld S« Justice of the 

Peace and Attorney at Law, Main. 
Tremain & Bedell, hack line. 
Tucker Mrs A C, dressmaker, Cochrane ave. 
Valley House, F H Sprague, Propr, 

Cochrane ave. 
Van Zile Philip T, Judge of Probate 

and Attorney at Law, Main. 
Ward & Dolson, carriage makers. Seminary. 
Warner Jacob V, cooper, Charlotte. 
Warren Benajah W, insurance and real 

estate, Cochrane ave. 
Watson James L, propr Watson House, cor 

Lovett and Sheldon. 
Webber Dyer F, justice of the peace, Higby 

Block. 
Weil Henry, fancy goods, Cochrane ave. 
Whalen Abel J. photographer, Cochrane 

ave. 
White John S, meat market, Cochrane ave. 
Wilson & Spaulding, grocers, Cochrane ave. 
Winters Andrew Lj lumber dealer, Lovett. 
Woodard Benjamin G, sewing machines, 

Lawrence ave, 
Zerby Miss Mary J, millinery, Cochrane ave. 

CHASE. 

The county seat of Lake county, a village 
cf ICO inhabitants, situated on the Marquette 
river and the F. & P. M. R. R. Distance 
from Detroit 148 miles, from Ludington 40 
miles. The place was only settled in 1S67, 
but already has a good union school and the 
inevitable weekly newspaper (the Herald.) 
Lumber and shingles are the only shipments. 
Thecoantry around comprises fine beech and 
maple lands, adapted to the usual grain and 
root crops of northern Michigan. Thos. D. 
Talbot, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Clark M, general store. 
Claris N boteL 

Dodge P M, blacksmith and carriage mnfr. 
House John F, carpenter. 
Joiner C W & Son, lumber and general 

store. 
McClelland Rev P F, (Congregationalist.) 
Messenger L, painter. 
Messenger Wm gun and blacksmith. 
Pense John, millwright. 
Talbot Thos D. editor Herald. 
Tanner J J, general store and land agent. 
Warner D C, lawyer. 

CHEBOYGAN. 

The county seat of Cheboygan county, a 
rillage of about 2,751 inhabitants, situated at 
the mouth of the Cheboygan river, on the 
south shore of the straits of Mackinac. It 
^1 be the northern terminus of the Jack- 
soo, Lansing and Saginaw railroad, when 



completed. Hence it promises some day to 
become a place of considerable importance. 
It now contains 6 saw mills, cutting annually 
35,000,000 feet of lumber, 2 shingle mills, 2 
foundries and machine shops, 2 planing 
mills, a furniture factory, a grist mill and 
some 30 or 40 stores. It also has a $10,000 
union school house and two handsome 
churches. There are also 6 hotels and a 
weekly newspaper. The harbor is being im- 
proved by government. The first settlement 
was made here in 1846, and the village in- 
corporated in 1871. It has a tri-weekly 
mail. Telegraph — Western Union. Ex- 
press — McClure & Co's. A boat during the 
season of navigation plies between Cheboy- 
gan and Mackinac. Calvin A. Brace, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Abbott Fosters, Propr Benton House. 
Third. 

Allair Joseph, livery. 

Backus Mrs C, physician. 

Badour Abram, grocer. 

Barclay & Co, saw mill. 

Bell George W, lawyer. 

Bellant Charles, lumber and general store, e 
side River. 

Benton House, F S Abbott, Propr, 
Third. 

Berry John, blacksmith, W«ter. 

Berry & Watson, founders and machinists. 

Bird Charles, carriage maker. 

BlaJie Henry A, Founder and Ma- 
chinist, Main. 

Brace Calvin A, stationer. Main. 

Brannack Charles, cooper. Main. 

Brourn James J9 Lawyer, Main. 

Bruhnsen Charles, yankee notions. 

Bums J, grocer. 

Carlisle Rev J W N, (Methodist.) 

Cheboygan Foundry and Machine 

Works, H A Blake, Propr, Main. 

Cheboygan Independent, (weekly) 

Geo Robmson, Publisher, HowefPs Block. 
Clark Oliver S, Wagonmaker and 
Blacksmith, Main. 

Conisiock Charles H^ Propr' Ruby 

House, 14 Main. 

Cneny Joseph J, Groceries and Provis- 
ions, Main. 

Curtis Asa L, dentist, Howell Block. 

Davie & Lynn, meat market. 

Decunick Rev C L (Catholic). 

DiTine WiUiam, Billiard Saloon, 
Main. 

Divine & Allair, livery. 

Earl Archibald, propr Everett House. 

Farmer Charles, boot and shoemaker. 

Farr Charles W, Manager W U Tele- 
graph Co and Express Agt, cor 3d and 
Water. 

Farrell Schuyler, stoves and tinware. 



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Fexer Andrew, Watches, Clocks and 
Jewelry, also Books and Stationery, Main. 

I^lanigan Wm H, propr Central Hotel. 

Fountain House, Mrs S A Smart, 
Propr, Water. 

Gerow Arthur M, physician. 

Oerow A Patterson, Druggists, 

Main. 

Oodfk*ejr liorenzo D, Lawyei-, cor 

Main and 3d. 
Goulden John, saloon. 
Greenwood Miss C B, dealer in woolens. 
Hail James F, hardware. 
Hayes Wm €, Blacksmith, Main. 
Hoppock Murray [, saloon. 
Horn Moses W, justice of the peace. 
Horn & Brace, books and stationery. 
Howell W E & Co, grocers and furniture, 

Howell Block. 
Huckins Isaac S, watches and jewelry, also 

millinery. 
Humphrey Watts S, lawyer. 
Humphrey & Brown, lawyers. 
Jessup Josiah F, general store. 
Jessop & Langdon, dry goods and boots and 

shoes. 
Joslyn D R, attorney at law. 
Kemp & Long, planing mill and sash factory. 
Kesseler & Moore, barbers. 
King Benjamin F, planing mill. 
Eiake View Hou^e, Wm Spencer, 

Propr, Main. 
Langdon Geo P, flour and feed. 

liRngdon dk. Jessup, Shingle Mnfrs. 

Lathrop Porter M, general store. 
Legault Stanislaus, general store. 
Littlefield Ivory, Cheboygan and Petoskey 

stage line. 
Long & Kemp, sash and door factory. 
McArthur, Smith & Co, lumber and genl store. 
McClure & Go's Express, Charles W Farr 

agt, cor 3d and Water. 
McDonald J F, grocer. 
McGinn John W, groceries and lumber. 
McKay Angus, grocer. 
McKay John, R R ticket agent. 
Maile Rev J L (Congregationalist). 
Marshall Charles, saloon. 
Nelson & Bullen, general store, Main. 
Nelson, Strohn & Co, saw mill. 
Newton Archibald P, general store. 
Niepoth Sebastian, Groceries and 

Provisions, Main. 
Northamer Morris, dry goods. 
O'Connors James, sewing machines. 
O'Connor Michael, saloon. 
Fellenz Joseph, Carriage and Wagon 

Mnfr, Huron. 

Perrin Dr Thomas A, Druggist, 

Howell Block. 
Perry & Watson, founders and machinists. 
Fost A Van Arsdale, Hardware, 

Stoves and Tinware, Main. 



Pouquet George, bakery. 

Rapin Moses, hotel propr. 

Ritchot Mrs Benjamin, dressmaker. 

Roberts Miss J, millinery. 

Robinson Creorve, Publisher Cheboy- 
gan Independent^ Howell Block. 

Rogers Albert J, sewing machines. 

Rogers Mrs A J, millinery. 

Roquette George, bakery. 

Rosenblad Charles J. tailor. 

Rubjr House, C H Comstock Propr, 14 
Main. 

Schryer Mrs Filmore, millinery. 

Smart Mrs Susan A, propr Fountain 

House, Water. 
Smith Thompson, general store and saw mill, 
Speneer Wm, Propr Lake View House, 

Main. 
Spiller & Howell, groceries and famitur^ 
Spooner dc Kezar, Meat Market, 

Main. 
Sutton Joshua P, justice of the peace. 
Taylor S H, real estate. 
Todd Henry A, confectionery. 
TuttleEphratm, Harness Maker.Main. 
Tuttle James H, Furniture Dealer, 

Undertaker and Upholsterer, Main. 
Vorce & Barker, saw mill, 2 mile: up the 

river. 

Wertheimer Morris, Dry Goods and 

Clothing, Main. 
W U Tel Co, Chas W Farr manager, cor 3d 
and Water. 

Wheeler Alfred, Bakery, Main. 
Westheimer M, clothing. 

Zorn John M, Boots and Shoes, Main. 



OHELSEA. 

The village of Chelsea is situated on the 
Michigan Central railroad, 56 miles west of 
Detroit, and 21 east of Jackson. It is in the 
township of Sylvan, Washtenaw county, 
in the best wheat district of the State. Its 
population is not far from 1,000. It has no 
water power, but considering its size it has a 
fair show of manufacturing enterprises^ nam- 
bering among them a cider and pUning mill, 
large brick and tile factory, pump factory, 
marble factory, barrel and stave factory, 
foundry and machine shop, carriage and 
wagon shops and others. 

A good union school under the manage* 
me nt of Prof. G. A. Brown and five assist- 
ants is in successful operation. 

There are five church edifices in town- 
Congregational, Methodist, Baptist, Lutheru 
and Catholic. 

Chelsea is not without its local paper— the 
Herald^ under the management of A. AlUsoo, 
being published here. Geo J Crowell, post- 
master. 



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CrB"Z^ HOTJSE, 



C. H. COMSTOCK, Propr. 



Main Street, CHEBOYGAN, Mich. 

This House has been recently enlarged and refitted, and is equally adapted to the wants of 
the traveling business community, pleasure seekers and summer tourists. Has good 
Sample Rooms. Boats, fishing tackle, &c., always on hand. 

Xlfttes pex> I>ay- 01.ffO, per 'Week 0S.OO to 07,00. 

FOUNDRY^SIfMACHiNE WORKS 

HENRY A. BLAKE. Proprietor. 

MAIN STREET, - - CHEBOYGAN, MICH. 

^ Kii\d^ of 81*^^^ ki\d Ifoi\ d^^tiii^^, 

MILL AND BOAT WORK AND REPAIRING DONE. 

CASTINa TUa WHEELS A SPECIALTY. 



FOUNTAIN HOUSE, 

MRS. S. A. SMART, Proprietor, 

Water Street, CHEBOYGAN, MICH, 



■*^»- 



Good aoooxnmodationB and reasonable rates. Qood Stablinsr. 

Cheboygan Independent, 



A live local and general eight page newspaper. Pub- 
lished at Cheboygan, 

BY GEORGE ROBINSON, 

Th£ only Paper in the County. 

Subscfriution $2.00- 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Allison Andrew, propr Chelsea Herald. 

Almendinger Geo W, blacksmith. 

Bagg John, meat market. 

Barlour Cyreiliu§ S, Groceries and 
Crockery. 

Bartell Peter, tailor. 

Beissel John B, cooper, saloon and gro- 
cery. 

Billings Billy J jr, grain buyer. 

Bird Rev Wm F, (Baptist.) 

Blackney Asa, merchant tailor. 

Boyd Merrit M, wagon maker. 

Brockway Marcus, restaurant and bakery. 

Brockway Mrs M, millinery. 

Brown George A, principal High School. 

Burkhart Aaron, general store. 

Burns James, saloon. 

Campbell Rev John W, (Meihodist.) 

Chelsea Herald, Andrew Allison propr. 

Chelsea Housey Jacob Vanhusen propr, 
opp Railroad Depot. 

Choate William E, physician. 

Coleman OranTlUe H, Insurance 
Agent and Justice of the Peace. 

Coleman John A, brick mason. 

Congdon Albert, general store. 

Durand, Holmes & Co, General 

Store. 
Emminger Fred, grocer and saloon. 
Foster George H, auctioneer. 
Foster J P, carpenter and builder. 
Franklin Rev Benjamin, (Congregationalist.) 
Gates Roswell B, physician. 
Gilbert & Crowell, general store. 
Girbach Fred, saloon and grocery. 
Olazier George P, Banker. 
Glazier & Armstrong, drugs and medicines 

and groceries. 
Godfrey & McAllister, hardware. 
Grectsinger John, meat market. 
Gregory M M, druggist. 
Guide Andrew, s^aloon. 
Hamilton James, barber. 
Hatch Wm F, agent American Express Co 

and grain dealer. 
Hayden Wm L, jeweler. 
Hlnkley UlySBC^ H, Jeweler. 
Hoyey E B & Son, carriage makers. 
Hunter & Allyn, meat market. 
Kathelener Fred, gunsmith. 
Kempf Charles H, furniture. 
Kcmpf, Bacon & Co, lumber, shingles and 

builders material and produce. 
King George J, saloon. 
Klein Christopher, saloon. 
liaird Cbarles S, Boots and Shoes. 
Leach Thomas, boots and shoes. 
McKune Martin, grocer. 
Mcliune Timothj, Propr McKune 

House. 

mcIVamara Edward, Mnfr Fine 
Boots and Shoes. 



McNamara Frank, Saloon and Bil- 
liard Hall. 

ncStay Oeorge, Founder and Ma- 
chinist. 

Martin James M, lawyer. 

Martin Wm, agent M. C. R. R. 

Mast George, blacksmith. 

Meaux Charles, barber. 

Miller Jacob P, carpenter and builder. 

Newberger August, marble dealer. 

Noyes Michael J, insurance agent and bro- 
ker. 

Robertson George A, physician. 

Schnaitman John D. telegraph operator. 

Schumacher Jacob, blacksmith. 

Sergent Mrs lH E, Millinery and Fancy 
Goods. 

ShaTcr Ernest E, Photographer. 

Shaw Thomas, physician. 

Sheldon A C, mason. 

Sherry Hugh, harness maker. 

Slattery Rev, (Catholic.) 

Smith Horace A, clerk City Board and 
justice of the peace. 

Staflfan Frank, undertaker. 

Stafifan F & Bro, sash and blinds factory and 
cider mnfry. 

Steinbach Charles, harness maker. 

Thatcher Orrin, pres City Board. 

Thatcher & Bachman, brick and tile. 

Tichenor Leander, boots and shoes. 

Tichenor & Berger, grocers. 

Townsend & Dixon, boots and shoes. 

Turnbull George W, lawyer. 

Tuttle & Thomas, agricultural implements. 

Vanhusen Jacob, propr Chelsea House, opp 
Depot. 

Vogel Fred, wagon maker. 

Vogle Israel, blacksmith. 

White & Negus, sash, door and blind fac- 
tory and planing mill and cider vinegar 
mnfrs. 

Wilkinson Thomas, general store. 

Wolf Rev, (Lutheran^ 

Wood Bros & Co, grocers. 

Woods & Knapp, hardware. 

UTrlght Oeorire £9 Dentist. 

OHESANING. 

A flourishing lumbering village on the 
Shiawassee river and J. L. & S. R. R., in 
Chesaning township, Saginaw county. It is 
15 miles north of Owosso, and 21 south of 
Saginaw City. It is a place of 1,000 in- 
habitants. 

The surrounding country is being devoted 
more to agriculture than heretofore,^as the 
lumber has been cut off so that the nearest 
lumber camps are from 10 to I3 miles 
distant. The soil is of sandy loam and very 
productive. 

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Episcopal churches, and a weekly newspaper, 
the Tinus, TelegrapTi, Western Union. Ex- 
press, American. Thomas L. Greene, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Abbott Jonas B, lawyer. 

Ackley James B, blacksmith. 

Andress Edwin V, deputy sheriff and notary 
paUic. 

Austin Alonzo W, grocer. 

Bclden Austin A & Co, planing mill and 
mnfrs sash, blinds and doors. 

Bnell Daniel A, architect and builder. 

Burwell & Gleason, grocers. 

Cain Frank N, grocer. 

Carrier James A, jeweler. 

Case Henry, painter. 

Chapman Bros, general store. 

Chesanlng House, John T Gleason, 
Propr. 

Gark Edward D, physician. 

Qoombs John C, lumber. 

Cummins Daniel, grocer. 

Cutting Henley, livery, restaurant and bil- 
liard saloon. 

Daly John, lumber and broom handle mnfr. 

Dredge Wm P, justice of the peace and har- 
ness maker. 

Eldred Joseph N, physician and druggist 

Erarts Lysander W, groceries, boots and 
shoes. 

Ftirchild Joel B, restaurant. 

Garside A M, telegraph operator and agent 
J. L. & S. R. R. 

Gleason John T, propr Chesaning House and 
justice of the peace. 

Goetzen Wm, tailor. 

Goodale James C, general store and saw 
miU. 

G«o4ale, Campbell A Co, Stave 

and Heading Factory. 
Gould Bros, general store. 
Greene Thomas I*, General Store 

and Postmaster. 
Griswold & Co, hardware. 
Hayden E C, gunsmith. 
Hayne & Son, boots and shoes. 
Hewitt Edwin C, Blacksmith. 
Homer I^Iewyllyn L, meat market. 
Hopkins & Son, hardware. 
Jones Heiuryi Blacksmith and Wagon 

Maker. 
Jones Samuel, Barber. 
Johnstone E A, bakery. 
Johnstone James J E, law, insurance and 

real estate office. 
Kenyon Franklin P, Propr Kenyon 

Mill, Lnmber and Real Estate. 
Leonard Mrs Emily, millinery. 
Lewis Warren, wagon maker. 
Lockwood Charles B, general tt«re. 



McMichael Alexander, agent Howe Sewing 
Machine. 

Manning J W, principal Union School. 

Manshart Michael, saloon. 

niarsll Henry W, Physician. 

May Rev F W, (Methodist). 

Mesick Charles L, photographer. 

Missick W A & Son, physicians and den- 
tists. 

Moessner Clirlstlanf Boou and 

Shoes. 

Monaghan Edward, wagon maker. 

Nason, Gould & Co, lumber mnfrs. 

Hflver Wm H Jr, Drugs and Med- 
icines, Groceries, Books and Stationery, 
and Express Agent. 

Parshall Meritt, boots and shoes. 

Pitts John, lawyer. 

Post Garret A Son« Proprs Waverly 
House. 

'Shirts John in. Barber. 

Smith Daniel, blacksmith. 

Smith Geurge, saloon. 

Stanard Hercules, meat market. 

Trefry Avery P, grocer. 

Walker Oliver F, furniture dealer and un- 
dertaker. 

Watson Joel H, carpenter and builder. 

Waverly House, Garret Post & Son, 
Proprs. 

Wood Daniel C, deputy marshal and con- 
stable. 



CHESHIBE. 

A postoffice of Cheshire township, Allegan 
county, 9 miles southwest of Allegan, its 
nearest railroad approach. It has a weekly 
mail. Wm. S. Heywood, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Blanchard Richard, carpenter. 
Chapin David, blacksmith. 
Cooley Eugene, carpenter. 
Doud Warren, shoemaker. 
Ferris Richard, lumber. 
Gile David, blacksmith. 
Imler John, blacksmith. 
Lindsley Bros, shingle mill. 
Lindsley O G, carpenter. 
Luce William, shoemaker. 
Pike O G, lumber. 
Rose Henry, mason. 
Stout Stephen S, physician. 
Sweet Henry P, shoemaker. 

CHESTER. 

A settlement of some 56 persons in Ches- 
ter township, Eaton county, on the line of 
the G. R. V. R. R., 6 miles west of Char- 
lotte. Good farming land surrounds the 
station, but the country is new. Some hard- 
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mer B. Bower, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Anderson T W, dry goods. 

Bower P B, grocer and R R agent. 

Emery John, lumber dealer. 

Farrar P, wagon maker. 

Garton & Davenport, lumber dealers. 

Hibbard Henry, dealer in lumber and tim- 
ber. 

Hildreth Hiram, lumber mnfr. 

Howard John, builder. 

Jacobs A, blacksmith. 

Johnson J S, physician. 

Jones N. boots and shoes. 

Merrihen Rev Mr, (Methodist.) 

Whitright & Co, groceries and medicines. 

Withington & Cooley, C A Rolison agent, 
saw mill. 



OmOKAMTNQ. 

A small village on Galien river, and on 
the line of the C. & M. L. S. R. R., 7 miles 
north of New Buffalo. It is in Chickaming 
township, Berrien county. It has two saw 
mills and a broom handle factory, and ships 
wood and lumber. Ekimund Glavin, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Burnett Jerome, general store. 

Drew A L, justice of the peace. 

Gibson J S, saw mill. 

Glavin Edmund, agent C. & M. L. S. R. R. 

Glavin £, saw mill. 

Goodwin R M, general store and broom 

handle mnfr. 
Pike H R, wood dealer. 
Reeves Rev Samuel, (Methodist). 
Taylor E A, oil dealer. 
Wilkinson James A, general store and agent 

American Express. 

CHINA. 

A postoffice in East China township, St. 
Clair county, on the St. Clair river, 3 miles 
below St. Clair. Hay and axe handles are 
the leading items of shipment from the set- 
tlement. It has a daily mail. 

CHIPPEWA LAKE. 

A postoffice in the town of Chippewa, 
Mecosta county, 11 miles south of Evart 
on Che F. & P. M. R. R. Its locality was 
settled about 1866, embraces good farming 
lands and produces wheat, com, oats and 
potatoes. It has a weekly mail. S. V. 
Tice, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Armstrong J V, supervisor. 
Cook William, town clerk. 
Eaton John, farmer. 



Eaton Noah, farmer. 
Foster Stepnen, farmer. 
Hammond Heniy, physician. 
Mac Cormac Malcolm, farmer. 
Manning Rev Wm H. 
Sparks John W, farmer and lumber dealer. 
Williams Warren M, shoemaker. 
Willson Wm & Bro, general store and lum- 
ber mnfrs. 



OHUBOH'S OOBNEBS. 

A postoffice in Hillsdale county, 12 miles 
due east from Hillsdale. It has a semi- 
weekly mail. F. G. Church, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Church F G, general stoie. 

Eaton L A. wool carder and cloth dresser. 



OLAM TiAKR. 

A flourishing village of about 1,500 
inhabitants on the G. R. &I. R. R., in Clam 
Lake township, Wexford county. It is 9S 
miles north of Grand Rapid«, and 28 north 
of Reed City, the crossing of the F. & P. M. 
R. R. It takes its name from the lake on 
which it is situated, on the shores of which 
a number of saw mills are operated. Indeed, 
lumber, lath, shingles and Norway pine tim- 
ber are about the only productions though t 
good farming country surrounds the village. 
The place was first settled only in 1871. 
Its rapidity of growth has been almost un- 
preceaented. Express, United States. Tel- 
egraph, G. R. & I. R. R. line. Byron Hal- 
low, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

AJlen Alfl*ed Af Propr McKinnon 

House, Mitchell, opp Depot. 
American House* Currie & Bennett 

Proprs, Mitchell. 
Anderson Anastasia, eating room. 
Bennett Harley, boot and shoe maker. 
Bloss O F, boots and shoes. 
Blunt IVathanlel Hr, Physician and 

Surgeon, cor Mason and Lake. 
Bod well BroSy Proprs Mitchell House, 

cor Mitchell and Chapin. 
Brown O E & Co, flour and feed, opp Depot. 
Charboneau John F, music hall. Mason. 
Clam Lake AVwj (weekly), J A Whitmore, 

publisher. 

Clam liake Steam Planlnir Jf^^ 

James Haynes Propr. 
Clifford Frank L telegrapher. 
Cloud & Ballou, hardware. 
Cobbs Jonathan W, saw mill, on Lake. 
Combs Bros, saw mill, on Lake. 
Cornell & McDonell, grocers. 
Cornell & Roy, billiard saloon. 
Currie A Bennett, Proprs American 

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DiUenbcck Dr. Geo A, dnigeist. 

Doxtator George, wagon maker. 

Duval John F, boot and shoemaker. 

FallMS SUas S9 Lawyer, cor Beach and 
MitcbeU. 

Gallinger Adam, general store. 

Golden Robert, saloon. 

Green Holden N, justice of the peace. 

Harris Bros, saw mill, on lake. 

Hawley Cyrus, meat market. Mason. 

Hajmes James, Planing Mill, Mould- 
ings, etc. 

Hicks \Vm H, hardware. 

Hill & OIney, general store. 

Hixon Jared H, station agt and agt U S Ex- 
press Co. 

Holbrook & May, general store. 

Hollister Chauncey, justice of the peace. 

Huntley Frank II, watches and jewelry. 

Kelly & Palmater, planing mill. 

Keonedy Alexander, Bowling 

Saloon, Mitchell. 
Kennedy Daniel G, blacksmith. 
Kirkbride & Bom, wagon maker. 
Labar, Heath & Co, Hour mill and grocery, 

Mitchell. 
Lamb Abram M, ^ocer. 
Larson & Nebon, saloon and boarding. 
Leeson Dr John, druggist. 
I^jrdell Horaee, Blacksmith and 

\Vagoa Maker, Mitchell. 
HcC^artjr A Culver, Billiard Saloon, 

Mason. 
McCoUam Alexander, saloon. 
McCoy & Ayer^ saw mill. 
Mclntire & Rice, lawyers, cor Mitchell and 



MeKlnaom Il01i8e« A A Allen, Propr, 

Mitchell opp Depot. 
McKinnon John, grocer^ Mitchell. 
McTaggart Royal, physician. Lake. 
Masoo House, Mrs. Laura Mason, propr. 
Mitchell Geo A, saw mill. 
Xitehell House, Bodwell Bros, Proprs 

cor MitcbeU & Chapin. 
Newton L J & Co, saloon. 



Reynolds & Everett, meat market. 

Rogers Nathan, blacksmith, Lake. 

Sales John, livery stable. 

Sawder £agene F, Lawyer and Col- 
lecting agent, Mitchell cor Beech. 

Shackelton & Green, saw mill, Lake. 

Sherwood Edwin, grocer. 

Shoulters David, saloon. 

Spooner Bros, clothing. 

Towie Henry R, photographer. 

Travis & Balfour, restaurant. 

Turner John, groceries and furniture. 

United States Express Co, J H Hexson, 
agent. 

Wall Henry M, barber. 

Wexford County Bank, D F Comstock, pres, 
C W Comstock, cash. 

Whitmore Jano A, publisher Clam Lake 
News. 



CLARE. 

Is a village of 500 inhabitants in Grant 
township, on the southern line of Clare coun- 
ty, 5 miles east of Farwell, the county seat. 
It is on the line of the F. & P. M R. R., 50 
miles above East Saginaw. Clare is quite a 
new town, having been settled only in De- 
cember 1870, but now contains 3 saw and 
shingle mills, one planing mill, 3 hotels and 
several stores and shops. Stages leave here 
daily upon arrival of trains for Mount Pleas- 
ant, 15 miles south. The principal articles 
of manufacture and export are lumber, shin- 
gles, staves and hoops. Clare bas a fine 
new frame school building, with an average 
attendance of about 60 scholars. It has also 
one church (Congregational,) Telegraph, 
Western Union. Express, American. 
Tobacco creek supplies water power. J. C. 
Rockafellow, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECI'ORY. 

Alger House, John B Slattery propr. 
Allen AuffllStUS, Saloon. 
Am Express Co, E J Spring agent. 
Atkins & Ort, planing mill. 



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Barker Stephen B, grocer and meat market. 
Bicknell N & Co, proprs Nicolls House. 
Bowen Geo, lumber and shingles. 
Calkins John W, hardware and stoves. 
Comstoek Abel, Justice of the Peace 

and Lumber and Shingle mnfr. 
Cooley Wallace S, harness maker. 
Davis Malcolm D. physican. 
Ervey Albeit W, Restaurant and 

Bowling Alley. 
Giberson Bros, general store. 
IIal§tead Oeori^e, Barber, and dealer 

in Perfumery and Cigars. 
Halstead Palmer, meat market. 
Hillier & Beebe, wines and liquors. 
Homing Dubois, sawmill. 

liani^e Friedr, Baker 

tioner. 

Louch Alfred, Blacksmith. 
McCaughna Hugh, painter. 
Mclntyre Arthur W, justice of the peace. 
Mason Jacob, dealer in hoops. 
Maynard Thomas H, eclectic physician. 
Merrill Charles, General Merchant, 

also dealer in Hoops and Shingles. 
Miracle J W & Co, watch makers and 

grocers. 
Nicolls House, N Bicknell & Co proprs. 
Obear Joseph B, merchant tailor. 
Pahner Eugene, meat market. 
Rider Ebenezer W, lawyer. 
Ro€kafello¥ir John C, General 

Store. 
Sawtell Benjamin E, justice of the peace 

and physician. 
Slattery John B, propr Alger House. 
Smalley £, wagon maker. 
Smith Reuben, lumber and real estate 

agent. 
Spring Edward J, agent F & P M R R, 

Am Express Co and tel operator. 
Stase House, Thos TumbuU propr. 
Trevidick Henry, druggist. 
TurnbuU Thos, propr Stage House. 
W U Tel Co, E J Spring operator. 



Wheaton Elijah D, lawyer. 
Wilson Orlando W, wines and liquors. 
Wrlg:ht James A, Boot and Shoe- 
maker. 



OLABENDON. 

A postoffice and railroad station on the 
M. C. R. R. Air Line in Calhoun county. 6 
miles west of Homer. It is the center of a 
rich farming country. 



OLARKSBURGH. 

A place of about 500 inhabitants on the 
Marquette, Houghton and Ontonagon R. R.. 
26 miles west of Marquette. It is the lo- 
cation of the extensive furnace of the Michi- 
gan Iron Company, of which Dr. H. J. Col- 
well is superintendent. 

(For business directory see index to names 
received too late for insertion in proper place.) 

OLAiisTON. 

• Two miles north of Clarkston station on 
the D. & M. railroad, and some 35 miles 
from Detroit, lies the pleasant rural town of 
Clarkston, deriving its name from the cele- 
brated fish breeder, N. W. Clark, one of the 
oldest residents of the place. Clinton river, 
which has its rise only five miles from here, 
furnishes a good power for the flouring and 
plaster mills of Erastus Stiff, which bear the 
venerable figures of 1839. A population of 
500 or 600 is claimed. The country is gen- 
tly rolling, and excellent for farming pur- 
poses. The Methodists and Baptists ' have 
each an organization and good church edi- 
fices here. A strong lodge of masons and 
grangers constitute the secret organizations. 
There is but one hotel. The manufactur- 
ing interests are limited, consisting mainly 
of the flouring and plaster mills already 
mentioi\ed and a foundry. Clarkston is in 
the town of Independence, Oakland coun- 
ty, 10 miles west of Pontiac. Express, Amer- 



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LUMBER DEALER. 



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Bought and Sold on Commission. 
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ican. Telegraph, Western Union. P. J. 
Abbey, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Abbey B J, news dealer and confectioner. 

Bruomlield R, wagon maker. 

Brown L & W, meal market. 

Gark M H. general store. 

Clark R N & Co, (irujjs and groceries. 

Comfort F A, physician. 

Dresser John H, insurance agtand collector. 

Elwood B F. livery and express agffent. 

Goodenough J, physician 

Green C A, stock dealer. 

Haight J N, tin and hardware. 

Haight Mrs H, millinery. 

Hendricks J. blacksmith. 

Howe Si Bower, general store. 

Jossman & Frank, general store. 

Lacey A H, dentist. 

Lewis H, blacksmith. 

Millard J, cooper. 

Milliman Wm, saloon. 

Reed & Mills, harness makers. 

Richardson J, grocer. 

Root Mrs M A, millinery. 

Seymour & Brown, boots and shoes. 

Smith Wm S, blacksmith. ' 

Smith & Bower, drugs and groceries. 

Stiflf Erastus, plaster and flouring mill, salt 

and lime. 
5>torrs Wm, propr Demarest House. 
\Tiet G W, wagon maker. 
Vlict Wm V B, furniture and undertaker. 
Wood Rev A B (Methodist). 
Young A, jeweler. 
Yuill W R, physician. 



OLAY BANKS, 

A postofiBce situated on the shore of lake 
Michigan, township of Clay Banks, Oceana 
county, 9 miles west ol New Era, on the 
Chicago and Michigan Lake Shore railroad. 
The neighborhood was first settled in 1849, 
has good water power on Flower creek, and 
produce* chiefly com, wht at, fruit and pota- 
toes. There is a tri-weekly mail. Alex S. 
Anderson, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Phillips Thomas, physician. 



OLAY TTTTJi, 

A posktoffice in Henderson township, coun- 
ty of Wexford. The nearest railroad station 
Ls Clam Lake, on the G. R. & I. R. R., dis- 
tant 22 miles east. It was first settled in 
1868, It is in a heavy timbered country of 
hard wood and pine, and the principal pro- 
dactioD is lumber. There is a weekly mail. 
Thomas S. Henderson, postmaster. 
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CLAYTON, 

An incorporated village containing about 
600 inhabitants, situated in the southern 
part of Lenawee county, on the line between 
Hudson and Dover townships. The pro- 
ductions of the surrounding country are 
wheat, corn and oats. Shipments, grain, 
butter, eggs, cheese and live stock. The 
L. S. & M. S. R. R. passes through the vil- 
lage. Distance from Adrian, ii^ miles. 
Express — United States Telegraph — Wes- 
tern Union. Settled 1836. J. C. Benedict, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Benedict I & Son, general store. 
Bennett L R, general store. 
Cleveland J D, wagon maker. 
Collyer Charles, barber. 
Cross, Raymond & Co, flouring mill. 
Cross S& D, sawmill. 
Curtis E W, harness maker. 
Duncan & Bush, carriage makers and black- 
smiths. 
Dunning Rev W E (Methodist). 
Edgar Rev Robert (Presbyterian). 
Hale George C, boot and shoemaker. 
Haskins & Brother, hardware. 
Hawkins & Co, drugs and groceries. 
Hitchings H C, meat market. 
Hood & Hawkins, blacksmiths. 
Howell W F & Co, dry goods and jewelry. 
Lawrence W C, restaurant. 
Nix E M, physician. 

Perkins N, cabinet maker and undertaker. 
Rice N, wagon maker. 
Sayles B L, hotel and livery. 
Shear Rev C B (Baptist). 
Torbron W J, saloon. 
Wheeler Prof J C, principal union school. 
Williams L G, cooper. 
Wolf & Keith, grocers. 



CLEAR WATER. 

A postofHce in the northwestern corner of 
Kalkaska county. It is on Rapid river, 8 
miles west of Kalkaska station on the G. R. 
& I. R. R. Settled about 1869. Surface of 
the country rough. Agricultural product.s, 
corn, wheat, oats and potatoes, it has a 
weekly mail A. T. Kellogg, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Kellogg A T, general store. 
Rickers Jacob, saw mill. 

OLEON. 

A village of about 150 population in the 
northeast corner of Manistee county, 44 miles 
northeast of Manistee, and about 24 miles 
west of Manton on the G. R. & I. R. R., its 
nearest railroad point. It has a weekly 
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Ca^IPPORD. 

A village of 125 inhabitants in Burlington 
township, in the noriheast corner of Lapeer 
county. It is about 16 miles north of Fish 
Lake, the nearest railroad point. Settled in 
1855, Country low, level and swampy. 
Shipments, lumber and shingles chiefly. 
Mail, weekly. Thos. Atkins, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Hannan, blacksmith. 

Johnston Ezekiel, carpenter and joiner. 

Leman Rev Henry, (Methodist.) 

Lymans A W, flouring mill and lumberman. 

McCormick Charles, general store. 

Middaugh Moses, hotel propr. 

Pearson Andrew, shoemaker. 

Tree Daniel M, blacksmith. 

OLffTON. 

A village of some 500 inhabitant^, in 
Clifton township, Keweenaw county, 4 miles 
back from Eagle River, the county scat. It 
is the location of the once famous Clifl' mine, 
now thrown completely into the shade of 
the wonderful Calumet and Ilecla. The 
mine is 1,080 feet deep, and produced in 
1874 680 tons of copper. A. O. Farwell, 
superintendant. The surface of the country 
is hilly and rocky, soil sandy and productive 
of vegetables, hay, oats and barley. Calumet 
12 miles distant is the nearest railroad station. 
Simon H. Frank, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Frank & Frcnd, general store and mining 

supplies. 
Mead James M, physician. 
Wilkinson Rev T, (Methodist Episcopal.) 



CLIMAX. 

(See Climax Prairie.) 

OLIMAX PRATRTFi. 

A village in Climax township, in the east 
part of Kalamazoo county, 18 miles east of 
Kalamazoo village. Population 270. It is 
on the Chicago & Lake Huron R. R.. 10 
miles southwest of Battle Creek. It is situ- 
ated in the midst of a splendid farming 
region. Wheat, hogs, cattle, sheep and 
apples are shipped. Telegraph, Western 
Union. Matthew N. LeFevre postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Ashby William, hardware. 
Beecham Silas, harness maker. 
Brown Henry, station agent. 
Bucklin J D, wagon maker. 
Eldred & Sinclair, general store. 
Gould P S, blacksmith. 
Gutchess Clement, carpenter. 
Hodgman Mosffs, boots and shoes. 
HttUcr G W| carpenter. 



Jackson O W, physician. 

Jebb & Cole, drugs and groceries. 

McNutt Frank, carpenter. 

Millman J P, blacksmith. 

Radford John & James, carpenters. 

Riley Allen, sawmill. 

Sceley & Coller. physicians. 

Selbee A, carpenter. 

Taylor D H, cooper. 

Van de Bogart & Scramlin, boots and shoes. 

W^arren & Taylor, coopers. 

Wilson J O, hotel. 

Wolf Rev O.W, (Baptist.) 

OLmroN. 

A thriving village situated in the north 
part of Lenawee county, on the Jackson 
branch of the L. S. & M. S. R. R. Ii is on 
the river Raisin, which aflbrds an excellent 
water power. Among the manufacturing 
establishments are a woolen mill, a planing 
mill, a shoddy mill, i steam cider mill, I 
flouring mill, 1 foundry, 1 patent medicine 
manufactory, one agricultural implement 
factory and several wagon shops. There 
are also a large number of trading establish- 
ments, i bank and 5 churches. Population 
1,000. Distance from Adrian 15 miles, from 
Jackson 29 miles. Express, United States. 
Samuel B. Rose postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Alvord Austin W, physician. 
Bennett Orra L, photographer. 
Benton Albert G, carriage maker. 
Blakeman Preserved M, .shoemaker. 
Blanchard James M, wagon maker. 
Brown S & Son, hardware and agricultural 

implements. 
Bugh & Robinson, drugs. 
Burroughs Joseph C veterinary surgeon. 
Burtless & Rogers, produce. 
Burton A G, carriage maker. 
Carpenter Orland £, blacksmith. 
Clark Alonzo, banker. 
Clark & Freese, general store. 

Clinton Woolen lHannfactnring 

Co, J S Kies, Pres ; Geo W Lewis, Supt. 
Corey Miss Caroline, milliner. 
Cotton Arthur B, dry goods. 
Couch Frank L, station agt L S &;M S R. R. 
Cutting H D & C D, machinists. 
Davis John M, express agent. 
Davis Lorin B. propr Exchange hotel. 
Davis Wm H, watch maker. 
Demuth W W &• Co, variety store. 
Ellis Alexander, grocer. 
Estabrook Mrs A A, principal union school. 
Ewing Mrs M\ry, dressmaker. 
Exchange Hotel. L B Davis propr. 
Fish Welcome V, produce and wool. 
Foster D H, patent medicines. 
Eraser Rev £ W, (Methodist). 



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Hawes J B & Bro, produce and cider. 

Homherger Frank W, telegrapher. 

Jacob Py restaurant. 

K.ies Joseph S, president Woolen Mnfg Co. 

Kirkessner Frank, restaurant. 

La Bar Mrs L, dressmaker. 

Lancaster & Rowland, livery stables. 

Lewis Geo W, aupt Woolen Mnfg Co. 

Marshall Wm A, restaurant. 

Marshall & Bartless, butchers and grocers. 

Marsteller Straud F, marble works. 

Marting Fred, cooper. 

Mead Alex D, boot and shoemaker. 

Miller Anton, tailor. 

Mnir Edward F, meat market. 

Nase Jacob, carpenter. 

Phelps Rev I (Episcopal). 

Raodall Mrs D, milliner and dressmaker. 

Roff Anson, shoemaker. 

Rogers Wm C, pumps. 

Roper Thos, barber. 

Rose Samuel B, postmaster. 

Si John Darius, furniture. 

St John Wm D, grocer. 

Saxt<m Hiram, fruit and produce. 

Silvens David H, clothing. 

Smith Walter H, propr Union hotel. 

Smith Joho & Son, general store. 

Snow & Keyes, flour mills. 

Speer RevC B (Baptist). 

Star George, wagon maker. 

Starrett Henry, planing mill. 

Sturm F & K, harness makers. 

Tag Albert, shoemaker. 

Tuitle John L, physician. 

Union Hotel, W H Smith, propr. 

Van De Mark & Co, hardware. 

Wastel Rev W F (Congregationalist). 

Western Uniun Telegraph Co, Frank Iloni- 

beiger, operator. 
Woodard David, foundry. 

CUNTONJUNOTION. 

A po>toflfice in the northwestern part of 
Eaton county, 18 miles southwest of Char- 
lotte the county seat. Ship to Vermonlville 
on the Grand River Valley division of the M. 
C. R. R., 8 miles distant. Staves and lum- 
ber are the principal exports. J. W.Wright, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 
Wright J W, general store. 

CIJO, 

Is an incorporated village on the F. & P. 
M. R. R., in Genesee county, 10 miles north 
of Flint. Distance from Detroit 77 miles. 
Population 500. The village has two 
churches, a flouring mill, two saw mills, a 
shingle mill and a hoop factory. Telegraph, 
Western Union. Express, American. D. 
S. Halstead, postmaster. {Se^ Ping Hun,) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Balcom R A, dentist. 

Belman I M, general store. 

Boswith Z, millinery. 

Caldwell Rev, (Congregationalist). 

Congleton & Co, general store. 

Curry James L, lumber dealer and justice of 

the peace. 
Deline Wm, boot and shoe mnfr. 
Ford John, harness maker. 
French J B, propr Pacific Hotel. 
Fuflbrd & Struble, blacksmiths. 
Fuller Rev A C, (Methodist). 
Garland J B & Co, general store, furniture 

and undertakers. 
Gee Nelson, groceries and restaurant. 
Getchell A, groceries and liquors. 
Griffes, Patterson & Co, flour mill. 
Hall Hulbert, propr Clio House and livery 

stable. 
Halster D S, general store, banker, post- 
master and express agent. 
Herring Henry, groceries and boots and 

shoes. 
Holmes J R, lumber dealer. 
Holmes & Miller, hardware, stoves and 

farming implements. 
Johnson F E, railroad agent. 
Jones Robert, attorney at law. 
Kelsey I K, groceries and boots and shoes. 
Lathrop Samuel, physician. 
Lean Thomas, jeweler. 
Le Roy Charles,- propr saloon and billiard 

room. 
Mann Mrs C B ^ Co, millinery. 
Oli^^er S J, photographer and stationer. 
Parker W H & E K, shingle mill. 
Patterson Charles R, meat market. 
Peterson & Franklin, blacksmiths and wagon 

makers. 
Reed Daniel, dru^s and groceries. 
Rice A C, groceries. 
Richards J Z. attorney at law. 
Russell Wm U, physician. 
.Stephens & Hunt, liMnI)er ninfrs. 
Steward K Boswcjrlh, millinery. 
WaMo D P, saw mill. 
White John, lumber dealer. 



CLYDE. 

A posloffice and small village of about 100 
people, situated in. Hij^hland township, Oak- 
land county, on the line of the F. & P. M. 
R. R. It is 8 miles south of Holly and 20 
west of Pontiac. Wheat, oats and corn are 
the leading productions of the vicinity. 
Telegraph — Western Union. Express — 
American. Lucius Roscoe, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DlK^:CTOKY. 

Cole H, produce dealer. 
Cook Rev Wm, (Methodist.) 
Dean Alonzo, butcher. 



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Dobbs Alexis, boot and shoemaker. 

Empey Wm, harness maker. 

Hedden George, notary public. 

Johnson Lyman J, fanning implements. 

Lingheim & Osbom, grain dealers. 

McGraw L H. station agent. 

Roscoe Bros, dealers in lumber, shingles, 

produce, and express agents. 
Skinner A J, physician. 
Swets James, blacksmith and wagon maker. 
Wheeler Morris, hotel. 



CLYDE. 

A station on the C. & M. L S. R. R., 71 
miles north of New Buffalo. {JSeeLlycU Center) 

CLYDE CENTER. 

A village of 250 inhabitants in Clyde 
township, Allegan county. It is situated on 
the C.& M. L. S. R. R. (Clyde station.) It is 
the location of one large saw mill and lum- 
ber, lath and shingles constitute the leading 
shipments from this station. Telegraph — 
Western Union. Express — American. B. 
B. Hazelton, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Eglesten, Hazelton & Co, saw mill and 

general store. 
Wright £ B, railroad agent. 

CLYDE MILLS. 

A small settlement of 100 inhabitants on 
Blade river in Kimball township, St. Clair 
county. The stone mills from which the 
place takes its name, were erected by Robert 
Smart in 1826. They were lately burned 
and the postoffice has since l>een discontinued. 
Port Huron is now the postoffice as well as 
the point of shipment for this locality. 



OOB-MOO-SA. 

A postoffice in Elbridge township, Oceana 
county, 20 miles southeast of Pentwater and 
10 miles from Shelby station on the C. & M. 
L. S. K. R. It is situated in the wilderness 
and logging is the only industry. David £. 
Laltin, postmaster. 

OOHOOTAH. 

A small hamlet in Colioctah township in 
the northwest part of JJvingston county, 12 
miles from Howell. J*opuIation about 40. 
Ship 10 liowell on the D. L. & L. M. R. R. 
Jason McFail, postmaster. 

BUSINKSS DIRKCTORY. 

Alger E, hunter and trai)per. 
Andrews S, express agent. 
Austin A S, physician. 
Bristol Richard, blacksmith. 



Cook G G, school director. 

David Niles, grain thresher. 

Hendryx O W, justice of the peace. 

Hickey L, pedler. 

Howe Joseph C, veterinary surgeon. 

McFail Jason, saw mill. 

Miller A F, farmer. 

Morgan Rev B O, farmer and minister. 

Phillips James E, general store. 

Potter Charles A, justice of the peace. 

Sanford Ezra, physician. 

Sprague E C, trapper. 

Stevens Charles, horse dealer. 

Teller Isaac, school teacher. 

Teller S A, farmer, 

Wrigglesworth Richard, justice of the peace. 

COLDWATER. 

Excepting the city of Adrian the city of 
Coldwater, the county seat of Branch coun* 
ty, is the largest town in Michigan on the 
line of the L. S. & M. S. R. R. It lies 132 
miles west of Detroit and 155 east of Chica- 
go, and claims a population of about 7,000. 

The city is located on a rich level prairie, 
and with its fine public buildings and beau- 
tiful private residences, made more attrac- 
tive still by nicely laid out and well-worked 
streets, will pass for one of the pleasantest 
towns in Michigan. 

Its chief manufacturing interests are the 
stave and cooper works, giving employment 
to 60 or 70 men, the tobacco factory, run- 
ning from 25 to 50 hands, wheelbarrow fac- 
tory, saw mill and machine shop, a linseed 
oil and oatmeal factory, a handle factory, 
two large cabinet factories two foundries, a 
large brewery, besides several minor estab- 
lishments. 

The public buildings consist of the coun- 
ty buildings, hardly creditable to the county, 
a first-class union school and two ward 
school houses, two large public halls and 
seven churches — Methodist Episcopal, Pres- 
byterian, Baptist. Episcopal, Catholic, Wes- 
leyan Methodist, and Lutheran. 

The city is lighted with gas, has good 
hotels and a spacious public hall. There 
are two weekly newspapers published here, 
the Republican and the Reporter, the latter 
independent in ]X)litics. There are also two 
national banks, and one private bank. Wheat, 
wool and live stock are extensively market- 
ed at this point. As yet Coldwater has but 
one railroad outlet, but the Mansfield, Cold- 
water & Lake Michigan and the Coldwater, 
Marshall & Mackinac railroads, now in 
course of construction, will give it valuable 
connections north and south. 

The greatest attraction of Coldwater is 
the art gallery of the Hon. Henry C. Lewis, 
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sUluaiy alone some $75,000. With the 
boildings his outlay has not fallen much, if 
any, below $100,000. It is open only on 
Samrdays, when the public are invited, 
from far and near, to visit it without charge. 
More than one-half of the gallery is either 
the original work of the old masters, or faith- 
ful copies of the same. Lovers of art pro- 
Boance this collection one of the very finest 
to be found on this continent, and it is a 
source of great pride to the citizens of Cold- 
water. 

No philanthropic citizen of Michigan, 
however, would think of visiting Cold water 
without also paying a visit to the State pub- 
lic school recently established here. It 
stands on a slight eminence overlooking 
the city, about a mile and a half north of 
the business street. It consists of a cen- 
tral or principal building, in which are the 
offices, school-room, dining-hall, etc, and five 
cottages, standing some twenty feet apart, 
etch one of these constituting the home of a 
£unily, consisting of a lady in charge and 
about thirty children under her special super- 
vision. The institution is under the gen- 
eral charge of Mr. Z: Truesdel as superin- 
tendent, some ten years in charge of the 
imblic schools at Flint, and nearly all his 
life a teacher; and Miss Emma A. Hall, 
formerly in charge of the House of Shelter, 
in Detroit, as matron. Under their charge 
the school is in a flourishing condition, fully 
demonstrating the wisdom of their selection. 
The first pupils were received on the 22d of 
May, 1874, A°<1 the school was not long in 
filling up to its maximum capacity, about 
 SO. The school was founded by the State 
for the care and education of the children 
who had previously been brought up in 
wretchedness in the various county poor 
booses. Proposals for the enlargement of 
its capacity are already under consideration. 
The institution cost $100,000. Julius S. 
Harber postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Anderson J & Son, marble works. 76 
Chicago. 

Andrews \Vm L, dentist, Seeley's Block. 

Atkins, Gilbert & Co, cigar box mnfrs. 

Bailey Henry C, boots and shoes, 36 Chigago. 

Baker Hiram, dentist, 18 Chicago. 

Ball Brothers & Shtrei, sash and blinds, cor 
Chicago and Clay. 

Bassctt L M, jeweler. 48 Chicago. 

Bennett John H, physician, 15 Chicago. 

Binicy Henry, barber, Monroe. 

Blodget & Brown, furniture, 1 5 Monroe. 

Blye Brothers, millinery, 35 Chicago. 

Bolster Hou-.e, N A Bokter propr, cor Mon- 
roe and Railroad. 

B«Tee David* Justice of the Peace, I 
Masonic Block. 



BOlVer A nfcOotvan* (Williard J 
Bowen, James H McGowan, Alexander A 
Boutell), Bankers, 31 Chicago. 

Bovrerman T H, Carriage [Painter, 
Chicago. 

Brldse House, Mrs T J Bridge Mana- 
ger, Monroe. 

Bridge Lorenzo A. restaurant. 

Bridge Mrs T J, Manager Bridge House, 
Monroe. 

Brundage G W, produce, Chicago. 

Burr Charles H, commission, Monroe. 

Buit Richard J, carriage maker, Chicago. 

Carney & Brother, livery, Hanchett. 

Chandler Albert & Sons, hardware, 38 
Chicago. 

Clark £ R, flouring mills. 

Clark O Scott, lawyer, 31 Chicago. 

Clark £ R & Co, drugs and groceries, n e 
cor Chicago and Monroe. 

Cole John W, propr Exchange Hotel, cor 
Chicago and Clay. 

Cold water National Bank, Henry C Lewis 
pres, George Siarr cashier, cor Chicago 
and Monroe. 

Coldwater Reporter, (weekly), J A Hull 
propr j 44 Chicago. 

Coldwater Republican, (weekly), Aldrich & 
Stearns publishers, Chicago. 

Condon Michael, saloon, Monroe. 

Cook Dewitt. grocer, Seeley's Block. 

Cook & Hurley, meats, 10 Chicago. 

Cornwell Charles T, photographer, 46 Chi- 
cago. 

Crippen Mrs M A, sewing machines, Public 
Square. 

Culver E & Son, druggists, 42 Chicago. 

Cutter S S, physician, 28 Chicago. 

Dale Thomas, dyer, 68 Chicago. 

Davis David H, books, 52 Chicago. 

Decker Gabriel, junk dealer, Hanchett. 

Dickenson, Webb & Co, dry goods, 7 Chi- 
cago. 

Dorrance Albert, druggist and grocer, s w 
cor Chicago and Monroe. 

Drake Richard, boots and shoes, 20 Chicago. 

Dunn & Chadsey, blacksmiths, Chicago. 

Elliott M E, liquors, Chicago. 

Elliott S C, jeweler, 68 Chicago. 

Ellis Daniel, blacksmith, Chicago. 

Etheridge Theodore C, insurance, 7 Chicago. 

Farmer's Mutual Fire Ins Co of Branch Co, 
John Allen, pres, J C Pierce, sec. 

Firth Wm H, lumber, cor Monroe and 
Pearl. 

Flandermeyer Fred W, boots and shoes, 24 
Chicago. 

Flandermeyer Hermann H, boots and shoes, 
16 Chicago. 

Flynn James, blacksmith, Chicago. 

Flynn John T, shoemakeiv23 Chicago. 

Poland Mrs M A, millinery, 20 Chicago. 

Foster Wm R. insurance, Seeley's Block. 



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Foster G S & A J & Co, agricultural imple- 
ments, Public Square. 

Fuller Ezbon G, lawyer, 7 Chicago. 

FuUick Miss L, millinery, 44 Chicago. 

Gage Wm A, gunsmith, 21 Monroe. 

Gibbs & Johnson, harness makers, Monroe. 

Goodell L J, upholstering, Monroe. 

Goodrich L H, dentist, cor Chicago. 

Green Mrs, hair dressing, Chicago. 

Gregory Julius J, real estate, s w cor Chicago 
and Monroe. 

Hall R E &Son, jewelers, 18 Chicago. 

Halsted L D, clothing, 19 Chicago. 

Harris, Brainard & Co, furniture, Monroe. 

Harris & Foland, flouring mills. 

Hart & Moorehouse, painters, Chicago. 

Hawkins Benjamin F, produce, n w cor Chi- 
cago and Monroe. 

Haybarker S, meat market. Clay. 

Henning Anthony* saloon, Monroe. 

Uennini^ Josepll, saloon. 92 Chicago. 

Hill John L, wines and liquors, Chicago. 

Holmes David, harness maker, 44 Ch icago. 

Hunter Calvin F & Son, confectioners, 58 
Chicago. 

Huntley John J, grocer, 53 Chicago. 

Hurley George, meat market, Monroe. 

Hurst George, meat market,25 Monroe. 

Ide Royal A, livery, Monroe. 

Jenkins Frederick, barber, Monroe. 

Jewett & Wellar, blacksmiths, Chicago. 

Johnson Charles, cooper, Chicago. 

Johnson Thomas, grocer, 49 Chicago. 

Johnson L L, ticket agent L S & M S R R, 
Depot. 

Jones Charles B, livery, Public Square. 

K.appler Oeori^e, Propr City Brewery. 
i^Seeadv.) 

Kelley J, saloon, Chicago. 

Kent Wm A, marble works, Chicago. 

Kitchel Simon R, lawyer, 27 Chicago. 

Knapp J B, hardware, 17 Chicago. 

Laforce Josiah R, plumber, 73 Chicago. 

Lanphere Arad, lumber, 66 Chicago. 

Lauer Henry, horse collar mnfr, Chicago. 

Leonard Moses, blacksmith, 22 Chicago. 

Long James M, physician, 31 Chicago. 

Loveland Wm B, sewing machines, Chicago. 

Loveridge & Barlow, lawyers, 2 Seeley's 
Block. 

Mclnlyre & Eaton, blacksmiths, Chicago. 

Mansell George, pumps, 74 Chicago. 

Marsh L C, physician, Chicago. 

Merrill & Stevens, machinists, Railroad. 

Metcalf Ira& Co, auctioneers, 40 Chicago. 

mill** W H, barber, cor Chicago and 
Monroe. 

M lines & .Smith, meats, 54 Chicago. 

Milnes H & Son, grocer, 56 Chicago. 

Milnes & Vanderhoof, grocers, 47 Chicago. 

Mockridge R F, agent U S Express, Monroe. 

Montague J H, real estate, Monroe. 

Moore Benj R, grocer. Division. 



Morgan Franklin E, lawyer, Monroe. 
Moulton & Dickinson, furniture, 43Chica 
Myers J S, hotel, Monroe. 
Myers & Greenwood, bakers. 29 Chica^cK 
Nettleton Daniel, hardware, 45 Chicago. 
Nichols P P, abstract of titles, 7 Chicago. 
Noyes O G, saloon, 60 Chicago. 
Nye Henry S, hardware, Monroe. 
Olmstead Leroy, meats, Monroe. 
Parkhurst John G, insurance, Seeley's Bio 
Parrish Tyler M, harness maker, 3 Chicaj 
Phllbrick Alvah A, Carriage Mi 

Chicago. 
Pierce A J, cigar mnfr, 20 Chicago. 
Powers & Burdick, physicians, Chicago. 
Pratt Calvin, Carriage and Wag 

Mnfr, Chicago. 
Pratt J F & Bro, boots and shoes, 6 C 

cago. 
Purinton David B, justice of the peace, 

Chicago. 
Ray H & Son, grocers, 1 1 Chicago. 
Reed Reuben, jeweler, 30 Chicago. 
Reike ^^elchior, saloon, 57 Chicago. 
Rodman Bros, dry goods, 13 Chicago. 
Root Roland, justice of the peace, 16 O 

cago. 
Rosenbaum Nathan, clothing, 22 Chu 
Roth & Freedman, fancy goods, 39 Chi 
Russell Benton T, Carpenter 

Builder, Chicago. 
Ryder G E, stationery, 18 Chicago. 
Sawdej' R C, Organs, Pianos and 

Monroe. 

Saxton Ebenezer B, Architect ai 

Builder, Chicago. (.Sf<r adv.) 
Scholey Henry J, Jr, cigar mnfr. Pub Squar 
Scott W B, shoemaker, Chicago. 
ScoviU Lyman A Co, Carriage Man 

facturer, Hanchett. {Ste adv^) 
Shaw George, shoemaker, Chicago. 
Sherman N W, wagon maker, Chicago. 
Sherwood M M, grocer, Chicago. 
Shively J W, dry goods, 15 Chicago. 
Sloman L, gent's furnishing goods, 26 Oi 

cago. 
Smith Charles E, physician, 31 Chicago. 
Smith F V & Co, clothing, 9 Chicago. 
Smith H T, lumber. Chicago. 
Smith Mrs J L, millinery, Chicago. 
Smith & Brother, grocers, 28 Chicago. 
Snyder & Keller, grocers, Monroe. 
Southern Michigan Hotel, F L Warren I 

Co, proprs, Chicago. 
Southern Michigan National Bank, C T 

Randall, pres ; L E Rose, cash, cor Chi 

cago and Monroe. 
Spaulding Charles, dry goods, 41 Chicago*' 
Stephenson Robert, meat market, Chicago. 
Stevens & Co, wheel-barrow mnfrs, Raiiro**' 
Stokes James, shoemaker, Chicago. 
Thomas Alfred, city marshal, 38 Chicago. 
Thornton C E, lawyer, Seeley's Block. 



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ius B S, cigar mnfr, 36 Chicago. 

I Lodtts B, foundry, cor Chicago and 

Samuel I, carnage maker, Chicago. 
DaAiel B, commission, cor Monroe 
Bd Pearl. 

James, photographer, 22 Chicago. 
Blwine& Hurst, blacksmiths, Chicago. 
Icsdell G T, grocer, 2 Chicago. 

it TIlompfM^Uy lawyers, 
H€>*s Block. 

Thomas H, pcdlers supplies, Chi- 
ro. 

erhoof Isaac, confectioner, 51 Chicago. 



VanEvery C M & Co, founders and machin- 
ists, cor Chicago and Hudson. 

VanNess Cornelius, dry goods, 12 Chicago. 

Vcisel Christ, cooper. 

Wahl George, potash mnfr, 1 5 Clay. 

Ward Mr» Allen, Groceries, cor Clay 
and Railroad. 

Warren Edwin P, wagon maker, 24 Chicago. 

Warren F L, wines and liquors, 62 Chicago. 

Warren J H D, grocer, 8 Chicago. 

Warren F L & Co, props Southern Michigan 
Hotel, Chicago. 

Way H Ely Billiard Hall and Saloon, 23 
Monroe. 



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Webb Benjamin C, justice of the peace, 

Masonic Block. 
Wcller CharlcN, saloon, Monroe. 
Wharton & Co, bakers, 37 Chicago. 
VVheiulon & Son, druggists, 5 Chicago. 
Whit ford George L, physician, Masonic 

Block. 
Wilder Robert M, coal, 78 Cliicago. 
Winchester & Whitcomb, window shade 

innfrs, Chicago. 
Wing L M, cigar mnfr, ^^ Chicago. 
Winter Wm, saloon, Monroe. 
l¥ood John D A Co, Clothing, 46 

Chicago. 
Woodward, Barber & Co, dry goods, 14 

Chicago. 
Woodward & Branch, drygoods, 21 Chicago. 

COLEMAN. 

A village containing alx)ut 450 j^eople, is 
in Warren township, Nlidland county. It is 
also a station on the F. & P. M. R. R. Dis- 
tances — from Detroit 140 miles, from Mid- 
land City 20 miles, and 40 north of East 
Saginaw. Telegraph, Western Union. Ex- 
press, American. The shingle business is 
extensively carried on at this point A. 
Eraser, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Blanchard C N, lumber and shingles. 

Coyle John, saloon. 

Curtis &. Tebo, lumber and shingles. 

Eraser Abraham, postmaster. 

Eraser E M, general store. 

Hubbell S W, lumber and shingles. 

Ketch um Bros, shingles. 

Lyons William, express agent. 

Maloney David, blacksmith. 

Parker & Hubbard, hotel. 

Perry K W & Son, lumber and shingles. 

Reardon Bros, shingles. 

Rol)son & Brown, shingles. 

Taylor David, shoemaker. 

Tuttle & Pease, shingles. 



OOT.T.TNS. 

The postoffice at Stebbinsville on the D. 
L. & L. M. R. R., in Portland township, 
Ionia county, 115 miles from Detroit and 8 
miles southeast of Ionia. A small village, 
the location of one large steam saw mill, 
and the center of a most splendid farming 
country. Wm. A. Staley, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Chapman Chas & Co, blacksmiths. 
Gates L B, manfacturer. 
Magerah W S, millwright. 
Staley & Matthews, general store. 
Steward J E, station agent. 
Williams A, sawyer. 



OOLOMA. 

A village in the northern part of Berrien 
county, 20 miles north from Berrien Springs., 
the county seat It is a station on the 
Chicago & Michigan Lake Shore R. R., 39 
mile^ from New Buffalo. It is situated on 
Paw Paw river, which affords good water 
power. Its manufactures are 2 basket fac- 
tories, one saw mill, one flouring mill and 
one planing mill. Population 250, Exuress, 
American. Lysander Vincent, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Babcock Charles, wagon maker. 

Ball & Wimer, peach basket^mnfrs. 

Bell William, butcher. 

Boyer A, steam saw mill. 

Brough «S: Forsyth, «;eneral store. 

Dalien A, estate of, general store. 

(jaskill <Sl Vincent, general store. 

Gleason A M, saloon. 

Hamilton & Miller, drugs and groceries. 

Hewson R R & Co, geneial store. 

Ingraham M, hotel. 

Knapp Joseph, peach basket mnfr. 

Marvin J L, notary public. 

Osgood Marcus, hotel. 

Perry C C. justice of the peace. 

Smith & Pitcher, blacksmiths. 

Stewart A, blacksmith. 

Tedzell II H, blacksmith. 

Thomas John, tanneiy. 

Whitcomb Charles B, station and express 

agent. 
Winch J B, planing mill. 



COLON. 

Colon is a little village of some 400 to 500 
souls, pleasantly situated on the air line divi- 
sion of the M C. R. R., 16 miles east of 
Three Rivers. Unfortunately, moM of the 
towns along this line of the road have as in 
this instance been left half a mile or morr 
inland. It is in Colon township, St. Joseph 
county, and is on the St. Joseph river. 

A good water power is furnished by Swan 
creek, the outlet of Palmer lake, which lies 
just to the southeas't of the village. The soil 
of the surrounding country is a rich, sandy 
loam. The manufacturing enterprises con- 
sist of a large flouring mill, saw mill, two 
carriage factories, a cider mill, an Alden fruit 
drying establishment, which gives employ- 
ment to some 25 hands in the season o( 
operating ; also, a ban el factory, a planing 
mill, a foundry, and a tannery. 

The school facilities of Colon are good, 
they having appropriated a $ 1 2,000 seminary 
building, erected some years since, to the 
purposes of a union school, in which they 
employ three teachers. 

There is only a single church in town, and 
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who have an organization, but no edifice, oc- 
cupy the union school building. 
The Tillage was first settled in 1829. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

A key Wm B« Drugs, Furniture, Jewelry 

and Groceries. 
Anderson Bros, Carriage and Wagon 

Mnfrs. 
Baxter & Shade, wagon makers. 
Bedford Thomas M, harness maker. 
Barton Walter, barber. 
Case George B, physician. 
Cement Bros, general store and agents Am 

Express. 

Colon Standard, (W^eekly), L E 

Jacobs Editor and Propr. 
Cornell Joseph A, photographer and jewel- 
er. 
Crane Ambrose S, produce. 
DmTls House, Willis G Davis Propr. 
Dean U & Co, founders and machinists. 
Godfrey Erwin, physician. 
Godfrey L M, physician. 
Godflrey & Rodebangh, Carriage 

and Wagon Mnfrs. 
Goodwin Charles H, general store. 
Hill & Doran, tanners. 
Hill E A Sons, Bankers. 
Hoffman Christian B, flouring and saw mills. 
Howe Wm H, Station Agent and 

Manager W U Telegraph Co. 
Halbert Henry R, general store. 
Jacobs I^onlS E, Editor and Propr of 

Colon Standard. 
Kimball Henry C, physician.. 
Lampman Charles M, hardware. 
Lechner George F, meat market. 
Lovett John W, justice of the peace. 
Marwilsky J & Co, general store. 
Miller Charles L, fruit factory and boots and 

shoes. 
Mitchell Nathan, physician. 
Peters Mrs S E, fancy goods. 
Pike Joseph W. Attorney, Notary 

Public and Insurance Agent. 
Richards Daniel O, founder and planing 

mtlL 
Sides Isaac, physician. 
Simons & Judd, cider and jelley mnfrs. 
Smith Wm T, boot and shoemaker. 
Van Gasbeek Thomas, barber. 
Wellesley Edward C, merchant tailor. 

Wilkinson .Charles, Grocer. 



COLUMBIA. 

A small village uf perhaps 150 inhabitants 
tn Columbia township, in the southeast part 
of Jackson county, 3 miles due west of Brook- 
lyn the nearest shipping point. It is in a 
good fieirming country, and ships flour and 
poultry. 



OOLUMBIA, 

Van Buren County. 

(See Saddle Lake.) 

OOLUMBIAVILLE. 

A village of 200 inhabitants in Marathon 
township in the northwest corner of Lapeer 
county. It is also a station on the D. & B. 
C. R. R,, 69 miles from Detroit, and 9 north 
of Lapeer. It lies on Flint river, which 
affords abundance of water power, improved 
for the manufacture of lumber. Telegraph, 
Atlantic and Pacific. Express, American. 
Settled 1836. Denis G. Lawrence, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Armour Robert, shoemaker. 
Blanchard George, hotel. 
Bothwell Mrs, milliner. 
Cary Chester, physician. 
Chamberlin G V, physician. 
Congdon Charles, saloon and grocer. 
Fox A W, carpenter and builder. 
Grover Henry, hotel. 
Grover Munson, lawyer. 
Grover William, blacksmith. 
Hamilton W B, physician. 
Harris Edward^ livery stable. 
HoUinbeck & Clark, produce dealers. 
Huneywell O F, express agent. 
Lawrence D G, general store. 
Plumstead Wm A, station agent. 
Richards Bros, flouring and saw mills. 
Rooke George, blacksmith. 
Stanton & Edgerton, blacksmiths. 
Tower Irene, milliner. 
Vaughn Flora, milliner. 
Wheeler J T, lawyer. 

OOLUMBUS. 

A postoflice of Columbus township, St. 
Clair county, 18 miles southwest of Port 
Huron. Ship to Rridgeway 3^ miles dis- 
tant on the G. T. Ry. This neighborhood 
was settled about 1830. The country is 
level and sandy, but produces good crops of 
wheat, oats, corn and hay. Ira P. Burke, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Burke Ira P, wagon maker. 

Burk John C, cai-penter. 

Folt^ Michael, cider mill. 

Fuller H, lumber dealer. 

Fuller Wm O, broom maker. 

Grinell Peter, flour and lumber mill. 

Haymaker Cyrus, carpenter. 

Hiles William, blacksmith. 

Hirsch F, blacksmith. 

Hunt Rev Ward J, (Congregationalist.) 

Kettredge Solomon, hotel. 

McConell Rev R (Methodist). 



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Pbenix P & M, general store. 
Remington Francis, blacksmith. 
Zimmerman Wm, butcher. 



COMMERCE. 

A village in the town of Commerce, Oak- 
land county. It is situated on the stage 
route, between Pontiac and Milford, 12 
miles west of Pontiac and 7 east of Mil- 
ford, its nearest railroad shipping point. 
The surrounding country is chiefly devoted 
to farming. Distance from Detroit 33 miles. 
Population, 260. Settled 1836. T. B. Ken- 
nedy, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Barkham & Schernweber, flouring mills. 
Barry Rev E (Methodist). 
Bennett F, boot and shoemaker. 
Brown S, boot and shoemaker. 
Darling Thomas, carpenter. 
Donaldson & Wix, cider mill. 
Goodwillie Rev D H, (U P Church.) 
Kelly W J, physician. 

Kennedy T B, general store and notary pub- 
lic. 
Kennedy W C, carpenter. 
Lowry physician. 
Macomber J R, wagon maker. 
Mascord Charles, money lender. 
Mix William, general store. 
Noe R L, harness maker. 
Ormsby P L, carpenter. 
Patterson Miss, dressmaker. 
Round Harley, stonemason. 
Smith T A, register of deeds. 
Smith T C & Son, grocers. 
Taylor A C, stonemason. 
Tills William, blacksmith. 
Tills Mrs Wm, milliner. 
Vangordon H F, hotel. 

COMSTOCK. 

A small village in Comstock township, 
Kalamazoo county. It is a station on the 
main line of the M. C. R. R., four miles 
east of Kalamazoo and 140 miles from De- 
troit. The Kalamazoo river flows through 
the town and Comstock creek unites with it 
here, furnishing a good water power. The 
country adjoining is well cultivated and pro- 
duces grain of all kinds and fruits. J. 
Loveland, postmaster. • 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Baldwin W W, hotel and merchant. 

Byers Rev, (Methodist). 

Dunbar G £ & Co, merchant millers. 

Fisher, Loveland & Fisher, merchant millers. 

Peer & Bird, mnfrs small castings. 

Smith Edwin, butcher. 

Van Meter William, blacksmith. 

White Rev John, (Methodist). 



CONCORD. 

A village of about 600 inhabitants in 
the town of Concord, Jackson county, on 
the M. C. R. R. Air Line, 14 miles west of 
Jackson. It is also on the Kalamazoo 
river, from which water power is derived. 
It is surrounded by a first -class farming 
country, and wheat, wool and live stock are 
extensively shipped from this point. The 
village has Universalist, Methodist, Baptist 
and Presbyterian churches, and the other 
usual accompaniaments of a thriving Michi- 
gan village. The locality was first settled 
in 1832, and the village was incorporated 
in 1 87 1. Telegraph, Western Union. Ex- 
press, American. George S. Hutchinson, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Baker Arthur M, groceries and crockery. 

Beebe Miss Mary, millinery. 

Bell Bros, wagon makers. 

Bell A. Hauser, Carriage and Wagon 

Makers and Blacksmiths. 
Biermann Charles, tailor. 
Caswell Leonard, tinsmith. 
Concord ]¥ews, (Weekly), Wetmore & 

Paddock Editors and Proprs. 
Dodge James M, justice of the peace 

Fergruson Vincent., W-ith Wm Rol- 
lins. 

Hodge George F, billiard hall. 
Hungerford George, harness maker. 
Hutchison George S, agent M. C. R. R. and 
Am Express *Co. 

JTohnSOn Adorno, Propr National 

Hotel and Livery. 
Johnson W, dentist. 
Keeler W N, physician. 
]¥aiional Hotel, A Johnson Propr. 
Parmeter Jesse L, physician. 
Piper Wm J, billiard hall. 
Rhodes Arthur, photographer. 
Rogers Wheeler J, manager W. U. Telegraph 

ofHce. 
Rollins Wm, Meat Market. 
Root & Severance, boots and shoes. 
Silsby Misses E & E; millinery. 
Smalley Bros, flouring and saw mills. 
Stahley George A, hardware. 
Stoddard Willard D, confectioner. 
Stoddard J B & W, general store. 
Tucker Albert H, Druggist and 

Grocer. 
VanScoter Edward F, wagon maker. 
Western Union Telegraph Co, W J Refers, 

agent. Depot. 
Weston Nile, carpenter and builder. 
Wetmore & Co, bankers. 

l>retmore A P&ddock, General 

Store and Editors and Proprs of Concord 

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CONGER, 

A postoffice an'l station on the G. R. & I. 
R. R, 3 miles above Howard City, and 38 
miles north of Grand Rapids. It is in the 
northwestern comer of Montcalm county. 

CONNER'S OBEEK. 

A small settlement on the Gratiot road, 6 
miles northeast of Detroit. It is in the town 
of Grosse Point, Wayne county, and takes 
its name from a small stream which flows 
into the Detroit river just above the city of 
Detroit, at the crossing of which stream it 
is situated. The locality was Brst settled 
about 1832. B. F. Gartner, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Ardy Michael, blacksmith. 
Bates Samuel, toll keeper. 
Elspa« Henry, saloon and cigar maker. 
Girard Michael, saloon and grocer. 
Jaif Fred & Son, Stave Mnfrs, Grist 

and Saw Mill. 
Ncary August, tailor. 
Pfeiffer John & Co, wagon makers. 
Pbend Anthony, carriage maker. 
Reichirt Peter, wagon maker. 
Schmitz Joseph, blacksmith. 
Seiferlain Michael, brewery and saloon. 
Smith Joseph, blacksmith. 
Steffens Charles, carpenter. 
Trent Anthony, wagon maker. 
Wiegand Jacob, saloon. 
Wirtz Jacob, saloon. 



OONSTANTINE. 

The village of Constantine is one of the 
oldest towns in southern Michigan. Its Brst 
sctilement began in 1828. It is located at 
the jnnction of the St. Joseph and Fawn 
rivers, and on the Kalamazoo division of. the 
L. S. & M. S. R. R., just north of White 
Pigeon prairie and four miles north of White 
Pigeon station on the main line, and eight 
miles south of Three Rivers. The sur- 
roondiog country is fine and the general lay 
of the town is good. 

The water power is first class, though only 
partially developed. Fawn river alone having 
been .utilized. St. Joseph river has been 
recently dammed, and will furnish one of 
the best water powers in the country. 

The population of Constantine is various- 
ly estimated at from 1,500 to 2,000. 

The present manufacturing interests con- 
sist of a foundry and machine shop, two 
large flouring mills, a cabinet manufactory, 
a chair factory, two carriage and wagon 
shops, and a saw mill. 

One of the finest school houses of south- 
western Michigan may be seen here. It 
cost some $32,000, and gives employment to 



Prof. S. B. Kingsbury and six assistant 
teachers. The other public buildings con- 
sist of four churches — the Methodist, Pres- 
byterian, Reformed and Lutheran. 

For 24 years the St. Joseph County Adver- 
tiser, published here, has been under the 
direction of L. T. Hull, its present editor 
and proprietor. T. H. Calam postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bancker Mrs C C9 Millinery and 

Fancy Goods. 
Bittenbender E E, Cigar Mnfr and 

Tobacconist. 
Black. A* Fropr Commercial Flouring 

Mills. 
Bliss S, patent medicines. 
Bliss & Simons, marble works. 
Bonebright & French, saw mill. 
Cutler A My Cigar Mnfr. 
Calam T II9 Postmaster and dealer in 

Books and Stationery. 
Castle Brothers, farm implements. 
Coffinberry H N, grocer, 
Coffinberry & French, lawyers. 

Constantine House, C A Field, 

Propr. 

Constantine Hydraulic Power Co, Dr Ed- 
ward Thome, pres, Franklin Wells, sec. 

Cook, Purdy & Son, furniture mnfrs. 

CrosseCte F IVI9 Grocer and Druggist. 

Culp S C, eclectic physician. 

Darling Thomas, saloon. 

Doolittle Clinton, harness maker. 

Drake J P, meat market. 

Dryer L T, dentist. 

Backer & Barry, general store. 

Easteibrook & Thomas, boots and shoes. 

Edwards James, flouring mills^ 

Eldridge H C, furniture. 

Fieldi C Af Propr Constantine House. 

First National Bank, George I Crossette, 
pres, P Haslett, cash, 

Flynn & Rossman, carriage and wagon 
makers. 

Force Edwin B, saloon. * 

George & Tweedale, agricultural imple- 
ments. 

Gladding John P, books and stationery. 

Grosspietsch C F & Son, bakers. 

Hachenberg Mrs H H, millinery. 

Harwood Oliver, lumber mnfr and planing 
mill. 

Haslett & Gladding, druggists. 

Hawkins Thomas, blacksmith. 

Henry Wm, jewelry. 

Heywood & Francisco, furniture. 

Hibbard D R, physician. 

Hill Nicholas, druggist. 

Hoselton J P & Co. hardware. 

Howser & Co, clotning. 

Hull L T, propr St. Joseph County Adver- 
tiser. 

Jones & Harvey, hardware. 



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Karchner & Dunlapp, millinery. 

Keightley E W, circuit judge 15th dist. 

Kinsbury Burton H, dentist. 

Knonrlen Fred W, Insurance Agent. 

Langley J P, stenographer. 

Langley T C, general store. 

Mareness J L, meat market. 

Matthews James, saloon. 

Melvin Wm T, gunsmith. 

Morse F J, physician. 

O'Hara G W, jeweler. 

Offinger George, grocer. 

Patterson Wm, machinist. 

Rembe Jacobs Restaurant and Sa- 
loon. 

Reynolds D C, physicien. 

Rice B F, general store. 

Riley H H, lawyer. 

Roberts & Davey, merchant tailors. 

Root Henry E, propr Wells Hotel. 

Roy John C, tinware. 

Russell J A, saloon. 

St Joseph County Advertiser (weekly), L T 
Hull, propr. 

Simons J W, general store. 

Stitzel Wm, saloon. 

Strohm Geo, barber. 

Thomas D. physician. 

Thompson Hermann, saloon. 

Thorne Edward, physician. 

Walker David W, barber. 

Webster A J, photographer. 

Wells Hotel, H E Root, propr. 

Wells & Calam, general store. 

Wilson David E, grocer. 

Young O A, physicia:i. 

Young O H & Co, druggists. 



OONVIS CENTER. 

A postoffice in the town of Con vis, Cal- 
houn county, 8 miles north of Marshall, on 
the Olivet road, and 5 miles southeast of 
Bellevue, its nearest railroad point, though 
shipu.ents are usually made via Marshall. 
The country is rolling, with a sandy soil, and 
produces abundantly of apples, wheat, pota- 
toes, corn and oats. There are a hotel, a 
saw mill and an Advent church at the Cen- 
ter. Mrs. £. Brooks, postmistress. 

BUSINESS* DIRECTORY. 

Bailey L L, groceries, boots and shoes. 

Brackett Rev Ezra (Advent). 

Coates Eben, cooper. 

Hoxsie Ira, blacksmith. 

Marsh George W, propr Floyd House. 

Paxton Bros, carpenters. 

VanVleet James H, saw mill. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Conant T C, general store. 
Howard Julian, lumberman. 



COOK'S STATION. 

(See WoodvUlc.) 



OOOPER. 

A flag station on the G. R. & I. R. R., in 
Cooper township, Kalamazoo •county, 6 miles 
north of Kalamazoo. The village claims 
400 inhabitants. Settled 1830. Apples and 
cider are the chief products. Levi Smith, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Beckit Harry, shoemaker. 
Deyor £ P, cider maker. 
Huntly £ B, veterinary surgeon. 
Marshall J E, blacksmith. 
Sherman Warren F, physician. 
Smith Levi, general store. 
Vanartwerp Rev C T (Methodist). 
Young J L W, physician. 

OOOPERSVUiLB. 

A village of some 500 inhabitants on the 
Detroit and Milwaukee R. R., midway be- 
tween Grand Rapids and Grand Haven, 
being about 15 miles from either place. It 
has a steam saw and grist mill, a tannery 
and .Several hotels and stores. It is the cen- 
ter of a fine fruit growing district, and ship> 
largely of strawberries and other fruits. 

(See index to names received too late for 
insertion in proper place.) 

COPPER FAT.T.S MINE. 

A postoffice at the location of the Copper 
Falls Mine in Eagle Harbor township, Ke- 
weenaw county, 5 miles from Eagle River, 
the county seat, and 3 from B^gle Harbor. 
Calumet, 20 miles distant, is the nearest 
railroad station. The place was first settled 
about 1845, ^"^ "^^ numbers about 500 in- 
habitants, mostly miners. The copper mine 
creates the only business of the place. Wm. 
Webb, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bradfield Thomas D, physician. 
Clemo John, barber, candies, cigars &c. 
Hart & Gutman, general store. 
Hatfield & Co, general store. 
Leichner Leo, boot and shoemaker. 
Messner Christian, photographer. 
Omans Rev T G, (Methodist Episcopal.) 

OOPPER'^iARBOR. 

A village of about 200 inhabitants, at the 
extreme northern point of the Keweenaw 
peninsula. It has a good natural harbor 
and is the oldest mining settlement on the 
lake. Mining however, has never been 
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has declioed in importance. . The surround- 
ing country is very rough. Only copper is 
shipped. 



CORAL. 

An incorporated village of Maple Valley 
township, Montcalm county. It is also a 
station on the D. L. & L. M. R. R., 159 
miles from Detroit, 63 from Lansing and 22 
northwest of Stanton, the county town. 
There are here 4 saw mills besides stave 
manafacturen^. planing mills, etc. Popula- 
tion, 800. Express — American. John 
Holcombe, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Althonse Bros, groceries and provisions. 

Amhrien Henry, boots and shoes. 

Baldwin F A, blacksmith. v 

Barker & Grant, livery. 

Bairy J A, physician. 

Belgraves S, druggist. 

Brower Frank, blacksmith. 

Caldwell & Morris, mill and general store. 

G)ptland A C, wagon maker. 

Cowden Henry, express agent. 

Davcy»s Mill. 

Dodge £ J, mill and general store. 

Dncy Charles, carpenter. 

Ecker A J & Co, general store. 

Fisher A C & Son, saw mill. 

Fuller Kelley, hotel. 

Hall H M, photographer. 

Hart Oakes & Co, lumber mnfrs and dealers. 

Henkle & Richards, shingles, staves and 

headings. 
Hicks J C, lawyer. 

Hilcman & Hesser, mill and general store. 
Holcomb & Dennison, painters. 
Holcomb John, books and stationery. 
H<>]cnmb Samuel, carpenter. 
]mt J G, phy&ician. 
La Due & Betls. saw mill. 
La Due Rev S W, (Methodist.) 
McDonald J, hotel. 
Mabee R, harness maker. 
Morgan John F, general store. 
Morris Isaac, lumber dealer. 
Owen John B, lumber inspector. 
Owen R A, machinist. 
Parker Chas, real estate. 
Piatt Miss S, teacher. 
Roby James, planing mill. 
Sbively D, saw mill. 
Shook D L, general store. 
Slaught & Lemmon, millers. 
Snow Thomas, groceries. 
Snyder Rev, (Congregationalist.) 
Stiles W T, sution agent. 
Taylor J R, general store. 
Van Meer E, bricklayer. 
Ward, merchandise and miller. 



Worden Rev A S. (Congregationalist.) 
Wright W D, meat market. 

CORBY'S, 

A village of about 100 inhabitants in New- 
berg township, Cass county. It is a station 
on the Air line division, M. C. R. R., 7 
miles west of Three Rivers and 13 east of 
Cassopolis. The surrounding country is un- 
dulating and fertile, and ships grain, lumber 
and railroad ties. H. W. Brown, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Crawford C R, general store, notary public 

and relil estate. 
Bowlby Hiram, blacksmith and agricultural 

implements. 
Brown H W, produce dealer. 
Miller W R, station agent M. C. R. R. 
Reams J C, contractor and builder. 

OOMNTH. 

A postofHce near the southern edge of 
Kent County, 2 miles east of Ross station, 
on the G. R. & I. R. R. It has a daily 
mail. 



CORNELL. 

A village of 100 inhabitants in Ionia 
county. The postoffice is known as Sebewa. 

{Sf£ Sebtiva. ) 

CORNING. 

A village containing alx)ut 100 inhabitants 
in Sherman township, Isabella county. It 
is situated on Chippewa river, which has 
been made available as a water power for the 
manufacture of flour and lumber. Distant 
from Mt. Pleasant, its county town, 16 miles ; 
ship to Farwell 15 miles distant. The 
name of the postoffice is BroomBeld. Henry 
Woodin postmaster. 

OOUNTYLINE. 

A -station on G. R., N. & L. S. R, R., 25 
miles northwest of Grand Rapids. 

(See Bailey,) 

oourtland" center. 

A postoffice in the town of Courtland, Kent 
county, 20 miles northeast of Grand Rapids 
and 6 miles from Rockford, on the G. R. & 
I. R. R. It is in an agricultural region and 
ships wheat, corn, oats, potatoes, apples, 
cider and wool. It has a tri-wcekly mail. 
Geo. T. Saunders postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Morris Rev M (Episcopalian.) 
Saunders N D, hotel propr. 
Stegman F C, cider mnfr. 
Taplin W T, physician. 
White C, blacksmith. 



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OORUNNA. 

Corunna is an incorporated city, two miles 
square, and is situated on the D. & M. R. 
R„ 75 miles northwest of Detroit, 22 miles 
west of Flint and 30 miles north of Lansing, 
which latter place is reached by the J. L. & 
S. R. R., an omnibus running to all pas- 
senger trains on that road, a distance of 3 
miles. It is the county seat, and has a com 
modious and substantial brick court house, 
fire proof brick county offices detached from 
the main building, and a residence for the 
sheriff of the county — all enclosed ^ithin a 
beautiful court yard and park, occupying 
one entire quare of the city. The Shiawas- 
see river, which at this point is a beautiful 
stream, runs through the heart of the city, 
and at that point affords the most valuable 
hydraulic power that can be found along its 
entire length. The surrounding country is 
one of the best agricultural sections in that 
part of the state, and it has in its immediate 
vicinity some of the best farms in the county. 
Among its palatial residences, some of which 
are the finest in the county, are those of 
Hon. H. McCardy, built of Milwaukee 
brick, Hon. John N IngersoU, A. T. Nich- 
ols, Esq., A. McArlhur, Esq., Mrs. S. 6. 
Reynale, and others. 

Besides some eighty mercantile establish- 
ments, some of them attractive features, 
that supply the trading wants of the entire 
northeast quarter of the county, Corunna has 
among its principal manufacturing establish- 
ments, a flou'ing mill of four run of stone, 
plaster mill, saw mill, stave mill, woolen 
factory, hub and spoke factory, fanning mill 
factory, carriage factory, three blacksmith 
shops, three wheelrighl shops, marble cutting 
yard, two foundries, three sash, door and 
blind factories and planing mills, brewery, 
and organ factory. The Corunna Manufac- 
turing Company, with a capital of $100,000, 
and occupying an immense brick structure 
200 feet in length and 80 in width, operates 
in all sorts of fancy wood work, but prin- 
cipally in the manufacture of gilt and fancy 
wood mouldings of all sizes, employing at 
present over fifty hands, and contemplating 
the employment of three times that number 
within the year. The greatest product of 
wealth, however, and which is destined 
to make Corunna one of the most 
important manufacturing towns of the in- 
terior of the State, is the bituminous coal 
and fire clay, which are now being success- 
fully worked, just east of the city, to which 
a first class railroad branch has been laid by 
the D. & M. Company, running from the 
depot in the city to the coal banks. The coal 
vein now being mined is 82 feet below the 
surface, four feet in thickness, and is reached 



by an inclined shaft that drops one foot in 
three, The Engleman Transportation Com- 
pany has recently bought one-half of the in- 
terest for $120,000, and will soon increase 
their present large force, when they expect 
to ship 80 to too tons a day. The Negaunee 
Iron and Coal Mining Company, composed 
of capitalists on Lake Superior, has been 
organized with a view of establishing smelting 
works at this point, during the current year. 
An excellent stone quarry for building pur- 
poses is also worked near the coal bed. 

Corunna has also one National bank, one 
private bank, a printing office — the Shiai- 
wzssee American — and five church edifices — 
Presbyterian, Methodist, Baptist, Univeralist 
and Roman Catholic, and an Episcopal 
church building. Its societies are — Masonic 
lodge. Chapter, Commandry and Council — 
Odd Fellows lodge, and Encampment — 
Grange, Patrons of Husbandry — and Ladies 
Library Society, with over a thousand vol- 
umes. John N. IngersoU postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Alsdorf & Armstrong, druggists and phy- 
sicians. 

American Express Co, Eli C Moore agent. 

Amsden L M & Co, woolen mills. 

Anderson James, merchant tailor. 

Avery Charles, sewing machines. 

Benham Hotel, Warren U Benham propr, nr 
R R depot. 

Benham Warren U, propr Benham hotel, nr 
R R depot. 

Betts Fred, telegraph operator and station 
agt D & M R R depot. 

Billings & Taylor Mesdames, millinery, 
fancy and hair goods. 

Brown Almon C, county clerk. Court House. 

Bush & Chappell; flour and plaster hmIIs, n 
s of River. ^ 

Burhans Daniel, dealer in oil, salt and general 
produce. 

Carland M & J, groceries and provisions. 

Circuit Court Commissioner, Curtis J Gale, 
Corunna. 

Clark L J, propr Waverly House. 

Clark Rev E Ray (Baptist). 

Collins Jeremiah, boots and shoes. 

Cooper Samuel W, insurance agt and under- 
taker. 

Corunna Coal Co, Charles Rossin, managing 
agent. 

Corunna House, Thomas Young propr. 

Corunna Manufacturing Co. mouldings, sash, 
doors and blinds, H R Wagar Pres, J B 
Wheeler Sec and Treas. 

Crum Rev Amos (Universalist). 

Cummin G Frederick, general store, Shia- 
wassee ave. 

Edwards Antrobus G, gunsmith. 

Etschmann Louis, furniture and undertaker. 



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First National Bank. R Haviland, presi- 
dent, A McArthur vice-president, A T 
Nichols casheir. 

Fitch John W, druggist. 

Fnin Mrs H, millinery. 

Gaffhey Lawrence W, grocer. 

Gage A & £ H, carriage makers and black- 
smiths. 

Gale Curtis J, justice of the peace and cir- 
cuit court commissioner, Phcenix Block. 

Gohram J M, livery and wood yard 

Goodell James M, lawyer and mayor. 

Hascall J I, physician. 

Hathaway & Young, blacksmiths. 

Haviland Roger, president First National 
Bank. 

Heron Claude, barber. 

Hcydlauff J G & Co, brewers. 

Hildreth Jeremiah, grocer. 

Holman Charles, register of deeds and real 
estate agent, Court House. 

Hoover Franklin, hardware* 

Hoo«e Brothers, Sash, Door and 
Blind Mnfrs and Planing Mill and Lumber 
Yard. {See adv.) 

Howlett David, furniture. 

Hvliek JToseptav Pry Goods, Carpets, 
Clothing, Crockery and Boots and Shoes. 

iBifersoll JTollll IV, Publisher Shiawas 
see American, Phoenix Block. 

Jackson Charles, photographer. 

Keith S & Son, marble works. 

KeUey Sullivan R, judge of probate, Court 
House. 

Kelso Andrew G, sheriff, Court House. 

Kergan J Depew, physician. 

Keys John, tailor. 

Killpatrick Rev J (Methodist.) 

Knight J W & Son, saddle and harness 
makers, 

Lenoil JTOAepll IV, Mnfr Carriages, 
Wagons and Sleighs, General Blacksmith- 
ing, also Horse Shoeing, Shiawassee. 

McCurdy Hugh, lawyer, 

McFarland John W, dentist. 



Millard Charles A, grocer. 

Moore A Pond^ Druggists and Apothe- 
caries, dealers in Toilet Goods, etc. 

Mooreljouse Mrs S. millinery. 

MulhoUand James, blacksmith. 

Nickels Thomas £, meat market. 

Oakes Wm, justice of the peace. 

Ormsby Morris, groceries. 

Parsons Andrews, a.sst county treasurer. 

Parsons S Titus, City Attorney, 
Phoenix Block. 

Patton Richard A, dentist, Phcenix Block. 

Pettibone & Lyman, foundry. 

Phelps Lorenzo I>, Dealer in Books, 
Stationery, Wall Paper, Fancy Goods, 
and Ammunition. 

Phelps Rev J H, (Free Methodist.) 

Pond Elon, general store. 

Preston David N, hardware. 

Prindle Wm, grocer. 

Reidy Michael, grocer. 

Rima Alonzo R, meat market. 

Root & McArthur, saw mill. 

Salmon & Wilson, sash, doors and blinds. 

Shiawassee American (weekly), John N In- 
gersoll publisher, Phcenix Block. 

Shick & Son, farm implements. 

Shout J & Co, grocers. 

Shuttleworth Charles H, jeweler. 

Sloan J E & Son, music dealers. 

Smith Clark D, livery stable. 

Stewart M L, County Treasurer. 

Tuttle Mills, physician. 

Vreeland Frank C, harness maker. 

Wade £benezer F« Mnfr and Dealer 
in Boots and Shoes, Sole and Upper 
leather, Shoemakers' Findings and Tools. 

Welper N G, physician. 

W U Telegraph, Fred Betts, operator,depot. 

Wheeler J B & Co, bankers. 

Wilcox l^wis H, grocer. 

Wiley S D & Co, mnfrs spokes and whiffle- 
trees. 

Williams Or ton, lawyer. 

Wiseman Benedict, dry goods and clothing. 



CHAS. M. HOUSE. CHAUNCY W. HOUSE 

Manufacturers of and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Green and Dry Lumber, 

DRESSED SIDING, FLOORING, 

Sash, Doors and ^^linds, Mouldinfirs, and all kinds of Building Mate^al. 

The Larffest and Best stock in the city. 

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Wood Abncr B, surveyor. 

Yonng Thomas, propr Corunna House. 

COVERT. 

A village of Deerfield township, Van 
Buren county. Population, 700. The peo- 
ple in the vicinity are generally engaged in 
fruit raising. Covert is 27 miles from Paw 
Paw, the county seat, and 9 miles from 
South Haven, its usual shipping station. It 
is three miles back from the lake shore at 
Paulville pier. Lumber and fruit are shipped. 
D. B, Allen, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Allen D B & E G, druggists. 
Bush Rev F W (Cungregationalist.) 
Gordon M, blacksmith and wagon maker. 
L.ogie C J, physician. 
Michaels Bros, meat market. 
Packard Sons & Co, general store and lum- 
ber. 
Rood E A, stoves and tinware. 
Tyler N P, boot and shoemaker. 

ORAPO. 

A station on the G. R. & I. R. R., 8 miles 
above Big Rapids and 5 miles south of Reed 
City. It is in Richmond township, Osceola 
county. 

CRAWORD. 

A station on the J. L. & S. R. R., 92 miles 
above Wenona. It is on the Au Sable 
river, in Crawford county. The name of 
the postoffice is Grayling. 



CRAWFORD'S QUARRY, 

A village of 225 inhabitants on the shore 
of Lake Huron, in Rogers township, Pres- 
, que Isle county. It is 180 miles above 
Standish, two miles below Rogers City the 
county seat, 60 below Cheboygan, and 46 
above Alpena. The county is settled mostly 
by Poles and Germans,poor but industrious. 
There is a saw mill at Crawford's Quarry, 
and from this point are shipped large quan- 
tities of lumber, lath, wood, cedar posts, 
telegraph poles, hemlock bark, etc. During 
the season of navigation Crawford's Quarry 
has a tri- weekly connection with Detroit by 
boat. L. C. Crawford, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bertre«iu Georije, fisherman. 
Bittner Paul, brewer. 
Brunning John, blacksmith. 
Crawford James T, County Treasurer. 
Crawfonl li C, general store, saw mills, 

and wagon shop. 
Duettgen William, hotel propr. 
Francis Robert, fisherman. 



Hagan William, general store. 
Metz Frederick, harness maker* 
Murdock David, fisherman. 
Vilbum Joseph, jobber. 

CRESSY'S CORNERS 

Is a village in Prairieville township, in 
the southwest corner of Barry county. It is 
situated in the midst of an excellent agricnl* 
tural region. It is 28 miles southwest from 
Hastings, and 6 east of Silver Creek on the 
Kalamazoo division of the L. S. & M. S. R. 
R. its nearest railroad station. Settled 1830. 
Population 100. O. W. Pierson, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Pierson O W, general store. 
Reynolds Rev David, (Methodist). 



ORESSWELE 

A postofiice in Milton township, Antrim 
county, 7^ miles north of Elk Rapids. It 
has a tri-weekly mail. 

CROSS VILLAGE. 

An old settlement now numbering some 
500 inhabitants (whites and Indians,) in La- 
croix township, Emmett county, 22 miles 
north of Little Traverse, and 26 from Petos- 
key. Except Old Mackinac it is the most 
northern settlement on the western shore 
of the Lower Peninsula. The surrounding 
country embraces both good farming and 
pine lands.Fish and maple sugar are the 
chief exports. The village has a weekly 
mail. Mary B.ShurtlefT, postmistress. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bode George W, general store. 

Morris Samuel, dry goods. 

ShurtlefT John S, judge of probate and no- 
tary public. 

SifTeroth Rev N Louis, (Catholic). 

Wagley John, general store and wood dock. 

Wiekamp Rev John B, superior of the Con- 
vent of the 3d Order of St Francis. 



OROTON. 

A village of 300 inhabitants m Croton 
township, Newaygo county, 8 miles east of 
Newaygo village. It is at the forks of the 
Muskegon river, with fine natural water 
privileges only partly improved as yet. It 
has a saw mill, a flouring mill and a shingle 
mill, one hotel and a Congr^;ational 
church. It has a daily mail. Settled 
1845. ^* L. R. Fisk, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Backart George, flouring mill. 
Brown T S, boots and shoes. 
Ca vender L L, saloon. 
Fisk P L R, general store. 



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Gauweiler John F, shingle mill. 

Hickson Denison, hotel. 

Higbee Nelson, lumber dealer and farmer. 

Johnson L, carpenter and wagon maker. 

Lane Michael, saloon. 

Lncas Rev Henry, (Congregationalist) . 

Rice Hugh, blacksmith. 

Rice Wm, saw mill. 

CRYSTAL. 

A Tillage of 400 inhabitants in Crystal 
township, Montcalm county, loyi miles 
east of Stanton. It is situated on Crystal 
lake, on the dividing line between an 
aghcuUaral region and a pine forest. It 
has two ^aw mills, a grist mill and a stave 
factory, also 2 hotels and several stores. The 
place is locally known as Crystal Lake. It 
has a weekly mail. John P. Young, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Bostwick Austin, hotel. 
Conkite William, boots and shoes. 
Covel J F, lawyer. 

Gooldthrite O, lumber and shingle mnfr. 
Hcrrick J J, drugs and groceries. 
Knapp S B. physician. 
Starkev H M, stave factory. 
Sleffey' H H, hotel. 
Steffey John F, lumber and grist mills and 

general store. 
Young John P, physician. 

CRYSTAL T.AKK. 

(See Crystal.) 

CRYSTAL VAT.T.KY, 

A settlement of about loo inhabitants in 
Oceana county, ii miles east of Pentwater. 
Lamber and shingles are its chief products. 
It has a weekly mail. 

CULVER, 

A small village in Moffat township, 
Bav county. It is a station on the J., 
L & S. R. R.. 42 miles above Bay City. 
Settled May. 1872. Population, 127. Lum- 
ber, timber and shingles are shipped. Alvin 
N. Culver, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Culver Alvin N, general store. 

Culver D & Bros, planing, shingle and saw 

mills. 
Gibbs D & Co, sash, blinds and planing mill. 

CUllOEB, 

A postoffice in the northwest corner of 
Sanilac county, in Austin township, 17 miles 
south of Bad Axe. It has a weekly mail. 
Goods reach this section either by boat to 
Fore&tville or rail via Caro. Settled about 
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1859. Country rolling with moderately 
good farming land. Wm. Jordan, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bradshaw T M, blacksmith. 
Donner Geo, saw and grist mill. 
Jordan Wm, general store. 
McKenzie Alexander, carpenter. 
McLellan Rev J M (Presbyterian). 
Stewart Nicol & Co, boot and shoemaker. 

DAn.F.Y, 

A postotfice in Jefferson township, Cass 
county, 5 miles west of Cassopolis, on the 
M. C. R. R. Air. line. The name of the 
village and station is Howard, It is 108 
miles from Chicago. The village is quite 
new, having but three houses, a blacksmith 
shop, a store and the railroad depot. Grain 
and live stock are shipped from this point. 
Levi M, Vail, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Hawthorne S D, station agent. 

Rediield, mill. 

Vail Levi, general store. 

DALTON, 

A place of 150 inhabitants on the C. & 
M. L. S. R. R., five miles north of Muske- 
gon. It is in Dalton township, Muskegon 
county. The chief shipments are lumber 
and bark. J. C. Porterfelcl, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Glugg A H, grocer, and saw mill. 
McMillen George, blacksmith. 
Porterfeld J C, hotel. 
Whitaker & Sanford, saw mill. 

DANBY, 

A postoffice in Danby township, Ionia 
county, 3 j4 miles from Danby station, on the 
D. L. & L. M. R. R. Settled 1842. vSoil 
fertile. Agricultural products — grain, pota- 
toes and hay. Chief shipment, lumber. 
Mail semi-weekly. J. R. Davids, postmaster, 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Albrew, druggist. 
Barnard, druggist. 
Davids J W, teacher. 
Hickson Wm, supervisor. 
Kibbey, general store. 
King, general store. 
Rine, druggist. 
Saston, shoemaker. 
Spencer Rev J. 
Upton, blacksmith. 
York Geo, town clerk. 



DANSVILLE. 

An incorporated village of about 600 in- 
habitants, in the town of Ingham, Ingham 
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ton on the D. L. & L. M. R. R., and 8 
east of Mason, the county seat. It is the 
center of a prosperous farming region, grain, 
wool and live stock being the chief pro- 
ducts. It has a saw and planing mill, a 
foundry and machine shop, and one or more 
furniture factories. There are several hotels 
and Episcopal, Methodist and Presbyterian 
churches. It has a daily mail. Lemuel K. 
Strong postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY* 

Andrews Lafayette, propr Union Hotel. 

Atwood Marcus M, lawyer. 

Austin Rev A C (Methodist). 

Ball C E, meat market. 

Carpenter M A, grist mill. 

Cobb, Avery & Co, furniture mnfrs 

Dean Lutlier D, Drugs and Medicines, 

and Physician. 
Francis Joseph W, general store. 
Gibbs Mrs E R, millinery, 
Havens Charles, photographer. 
Heald Wm W, wagon maker. 
Heald & Daniels, blacksmiths. 

Heiidrick SPA Son, Gun- 

smiths. 

Hicks Ambrose P, wagon maker and black- 
smith. 

Hoffman Theodore, hardware. 

Hunt Elias G, grocer. 

JTessop £dwin C^ Dry Goods and 
Clothing. 

Jessop Bros, saw, planing and shingle 
mills. 

McKnight Joseph R, cooper. 

McLarn Rev A (Baptist). 

Murray Edward, jeweler and grocer. 

Post S & W J, boot and shoemakers. 

Randall Charles L, physician. 

Rice Egbert, general store. 

Richards JTehial A. Undertaker and 
Mnfr and Dealer m Cabinet and Willow 
Ware, Children's Cabs, etc. 

SKeriVOOd Eplirainiy Physician and 
Surgeon. 

Smead Frank, blacksmith. 

Sprout George, principal High School. 

Strong liemuel H., Grocer and 
Postmaster. 

Telford William, propr National Hotel. 

Thompson, Holt & Co, founders and ma- 
chinists, 

Titus Robert, blacksmith. 

Walker & Otis, rake and cradle mnfrs. 

Washington Henry, barber. 

Webb Dr Thomas J, drugs and boots and 
shoes. 

Weston Daniel T, Physician. 

Wolcolt James W, general 9tore. 



DAVISON, 

{See Davison Station,) 



DAVISON STATION, 

A village of 200 inhabitants on the Chica- 
go & Lake Huron R. R., in Davison town-* 
ship, Genesee county, 9 miles east of Flint 
and 57 miles west of i'ort Huron. The lo- 
cality was settled about 1836, but the village 
was only platted in 1871, The country is 
essentially agricultural, but new as yet. 
Flour, farm produce and staves and heading 
form the shipments from this station. Tele- 
graph — Western Union. Express — Ameri- 
can. L, W. Hanson, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Amidon Edwin, mason. 

Anger Rev F P, (Free Will Baptist.) 

Arnott John, blacksmith. 

Cartwright J F, general store. 

demons & Cartwright, saw and flouring 

mill. 
Dayton W H, express and station ageut. 
Diamond James, boot and shoemaker. 
Dickinson Alonzo, carpenter. 
Emery J S, boot and shoemaker. 
Goodenow Charles N, harness maker. 
Hammond & Skinner, millinery. 
Hanson L W, physician and druggist. 
Harmon John C, hotel. 
Hills D E, staves, heading and barrels. 
Hurd A E, general store. 
Jackson Adam, carpenter. 
McTaggert S, cheese factory. 
Monroe Rev Wm, (Christian.) 
Monroe Wm, hardware. 
Mowers N, cooper. 
Palmer Albert, carpenter. 
Pearcc Ward, carpenter. 
Roblin E, wheelwright. 
Shaw Thomas, blacksmith. 
Smith J R, horse farrier. 
Stowe S S, hotel. 
Summy Geo S, butcher. 
Tedman Rev L S, (Methodist.) 
Uptegraff C B, blacksmith;. 
Wicker S J, general store. 
Williams J J, cooper. 
Wood Wm, carpenter. 
Word en R R, deputy sheriff. 

DAVISBURGH. 

A village of about 600 inhabitants on the 
D. &. M. R. R., 41^ miles northwest of De- 
troit on the Shiawassee river, in Springfield 
township, Oakland county. It is 16 miles 
west of Pontiac, the county seat. It has one 
extensive flouring mill, a plaster mill and a 
foundry. It ships wheat, flour, potatoes, 
wool and butter. The country around con- 
sists principally of rolling oak openings. 
Settled 1835. Telegraph — Western Union. 
Express — American. H. C. Bumam, post- 
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bachman Edmund, druggist. 

Ballard Wm D, blacksmith. 

Brownell H \V. ctxjper and livery stable. 

Brownell Mrs H W, milliner and dressmaker. 

Burnam & TerBa^h, general store. 

Clarke A F, blacksmith. 

Davis J C, general store and produce. 

Day E H, general store. 

Hickey Willson, foundry. 

Horton Darwin B, hotel and express agent. 

Habbard A D, hame^ maker. 

Linton T F, blacksmith. 

McCreery Geo B, flouring mill. 

Monroe Harvey G, photographer. 

Murgittroyd E B, wagon maker. 

Murgitlroyd E S, painter. 

SaLsbury I) B, station agent. 

Simpson U L, livery and meat marktt. 

Weatherson Charles, blacksmith. 



DAVISVTTiTiFi. 

A village of about 400 population in 
Lexington township, Sanilac county on Black 
river, 5 miles west from Lexington, and 27 
miles above Port Huron, its nearest approach 
by rail. Settled in 1844. Lumber and 
groin are shipped. Davisville has a tri-week- 
ly mail. J. M. Gaige, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Annand George, physician. 

Amot Bros, general store. 

Binks John J, general store. 

Collum J C, hotel propr. 

Davis George, flouring mill. 

Flannery John, hotel. 

Franklin H D, wagon maker. 

Gaige y M, lawyer. 

Hill Ensign, hotel. 

McCrcdie E R, general store. 

Mann James, blacksmith. 

Markham David, brick maker. 

Mills Wildman, lawyer. 

Moss, Mills & Gaige, general store and saw 

mill. 
Madge Alex, blacksmith. 
Niles A, furniture mnfr. 
Smith Rev H U, (Methodist.) 

DAYTON. 

A place of 300 inhabitants in Bertrand 
township, Berrien county. It is on the M. 
C. R. R , 5 miles west of Buchanan. It has 
flouring and saw mills, and a broom handle 
factory. The shipments are lumber and 
broom handles. Express, American. Tele- 
graph, Western Union. A. H. Rothermel, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bryce James, blacksmith. 
Burdick Joseph, hoteL 
Cady Mr* £ C, hoteL 



Cuthbert D F, station and express agent. 

De Amand Alex, physician. 

De Armand & Whitman, lumber dealers. 

Emsperger A, carpenter. 

Kann Henry, wagon maker. 

Keam A, boots and shoes. 

Neal W A, physician. 

Needham & Wilson, lumber, handles, etc. 

Redding James H, flouring milL 

Redding N, carpenter. 

Roihermel & Claire, general store. 

Scidmore D, carpenter. 

Shenstone Rev Thomas, (Methodist.) 

Smith Fred, blacksmith. 

Young J & Son, general store. 

DEAN'S Mn.T.S. 

A postofiice in Montcalm county, 17 miles 
east of Greenville and 17 north of Muir. 
Sheridan, on the Stanton branch of the 
D. L. & L. M. R. R., 4 miles distant, is its 
nearest approach of rail. There is a saw 
mill and a shingle mill at this point. It has 
a weekly mail. 



DEANVILLE. 

A place of about 125 inhabitants, in 
Bumside township, Lapeer county, 24 miles 
northeast of Lapeer. Imlay City, 14 miles 
south, is its nearest railroad station. There 
is a saw mill, a grist mill and shingle mill, 
and flour, shingles and lumber are shipped 
away. Deanville has an irregular mail 
supply from Bumside. James Black, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Black James, general store. 

Brown, Gun & Co, grist and saw mill. 

Chrishohm J as, sawyer. 

Davidson James, wagon maker. 

Dean John, justice of the peace and notary 

public. 
House C C, carpenter and jomer. 
Leonard John, hotel propr. 
Lewis Joseph, fireman. 
Morrison John, blacksmith. 
Teskey Hugh, blacksmith. 
Young Thomas, shoemaker. 

DEARBORN. 

{See Dear6ofnvilie,) 



DEABBOBNVILLE. 

The postoflice designation for the village of 
Dearborn, a place of 500 inhabitants in the 
town of Dearborn, Wayne county. It is on 
the river Rouge, which is improved for 
water power purposes. It is also oti the M. 
C. R. R., 9 miles from Detroit. It was first 
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seat of one of the U. S. arsenals, but a 
movement is on foot to abolish the same and 
sell the property, which will no doubt 
sooner or later be done, The principal man- 
ufacturing establishment is the extensive 
chemical laboratory of Dr. S. P. Duffield. 
There is also a saw mill and a grist mill and 
a brick yard. The surrounding country 
comprises fine rolling land, excellent for 
farming purposes. The chief products are 
potatoes, onions and vegetables. Dearborn 
has two hotels, and Episcopal, Catholic, 
Methodist and Lutheran churches. Ex- 
press, American ; Telegraph, Western Union. 
John M. Farland postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

 

Alexander John W, watch repairer. 

Alsfelter Morris P, boots and shoes. 

Anderson James R, physician. 

Coyne Miss Mary A, millinery. 

Creech Thomas D, general store, 

Cronogue Joseph, saloon, 

Duffield Samuel P, Manufacturing 

Chemist. 
Earl & Green, millers. 
Farland John IH, General Store. 
Felch Theodore A, physician 
Fitch Rev Chauncey W (Episcopalian). 
Gage Amos, insurance agent. 

Gardner Samnel, Physician. 
Herriek Wm S, Meat Market. 
Hillen John, Propr Railroad House. 
Holion Wm HI A Co» general store. 
Howe E D, express and station agent. 
Johnson Benjamin, Propr Johnson 

House. 
Kihen William, general store. 
Kludt Herman, general store. 
Knodt Henry, boots and shoes. 
Knodt Peter, boots and shoes 
Lange Rev Bernard (Lutheran.) 

liapham Henry, saw mill. 

Lahser, & Tims blacksmiths and wagon- 
makers. 

Lynn Hugh, photographer. 

Neundorf Chas & Bro, blacksmiths and wagon 
makers. 

Owen Rev George W (Methodist). 

Reidpath John, boots and shoes. 

Riper John E, blacksmith. 

Schaker Rev M H (Catholic.) 

SlOf^R David, general store. 

Smukal Gustave, blacksmith and wagon 
maker. 

Snow Edward S, physician. 

SomerTiiie Wm O, Hardware, Stoves 
and Tinware. 

Travis James, carpenter. 

Twork Charles & Co, blacksmiths and wagon 
makers. 

Van Riper John E, blacksmith and wagon - 
maker. 



DECATUR. 

A thriving incorporated village of i,6oo 
inhabitants, in a township of the same name 
in Van Buren county. It is on the Michi- 
gan Central R. R., i68 miles from Detroit, 
24 miles west of Kalamazoo, and 116 
miles east of Chicago. It is 10 miles from 
Paw Paw, the county seat. It is principal- 
ly famous as a wheat market, being 
situated in a. good wheat and fruit country. 
It has in the way of manufactures, a large 
flouring mill, a tannery, a stave factory, 
a planing mill, and a shoe last and peg fac- 
tory. There are 3 churches, Methodist, 
Presbyterian and Universalist, also a fine 
public school building, a ladies library asso- 
ciation and Masonic and Odd Fellows 
lodges. The First National Bank of De- 
catur was organized in 1870 with a capital 
of $75,000. The village paper is the Re- 
publican^ a weekly, independent in politics. 
Express, American. Telegraph, Western 
Union. John W. Rogers, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Arnold H & Son, general store. 

Babcock Henry B, planing mill. 

Bagley Bros, meat market. 

Baker Charles T, physician. 

Barrett Mrs E C, dressmaker. 

Bashford Truman P, grocer. 

Beals Horace, grocer. 

Beebe A Brown. Mnfrs of Lasts, Boot 
Trees, etc. 

Bennett George, justice of the peace. 

Blackman Edgar A. editor and propr of Van 
Buren County Republican, 

Bremann & Schuster, dry goods. 

Broderick, physician. 

Brownbridge Thomas, meat market. 

Browning Thomas, druggist and bookseller. 

Bull & Ackley, saw mill. 

Burnett Aaron, barber. 

Burt Wm, billiard saloon. 

Canoll Delos B, propr Duncombe House. 

Chadwick E E & F N, dry goods. 

Clark Wm H, furniture. 

Coleman Jerome, lawyer and insurance agt. 

Culvcrhouse Thomas, watches and jewelry. 

Decatur Mill Co, flouring mills. 

Desenberg Benj R, grocer. 

Doiiird Joseph S, grocer and news 
dealer. 

DuflSn Henry & Son, grocers. 

Duncombe House, Delos B Canoll, propr, 
C H Dowd, manager. 

Dwight A E, cooper. 

Ellis Mrs A M, millinery. 

First National Bank of Decatur, C W Fi>k, 
pres, Charles Duncan, cash. 

Foster A Beebe, Attorneys and Coun- 
selors at Law. 

Green Robert, merchant tailor. 



DEC AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DEC 20$ 

R. HOPPIN. F. HOPPIN. 

R HOPPIN & SON, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Light and Heavy Harness! 



Agents for R. & G. S. HOPPIN, 



Tanners and Curriers. 

I 

DECATUR MICHIGAN. 

MYRON HINKLEY. MARVIN HIVKLEY. HOMER HINKLEY. 

HINKLEY BROTHERS, 



Manupacturbks and Dbalkrs in all kinds op 



Staves, Heading, Hoops, 

FLOUR AND APPLE BARRELS. 

MICHIGAN CENTRAL LAST 




Conpaiy 



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Manufacturers of 

LASTS, CRIMPS, BOOT TREES, &c., &c. 

MANUFACTURERS' GOODS MADE TO ORDER. DECATUR, MICIIIGAIT. 



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Griffin Win, brewer. 

Hackley I J, barber 

Harlan Theodore, carriage maker. 

Harrison John L, insurance agt. 

Hathaway Aaron S, dry ^oods. 

Hawkit £liiathan Lt A Co* 

Watches, Jewelry, etc. 

Haynes John G, justice of the peace. 

IIIckH Dudley A, Produce Dealer. 

Hinkley BrOH, Stave Factory. {Seeadv) 

Hodges Charles, boot and shoemaker. 

Hodges Mi-s C H, dressmaker. 

Hodges W & O W, grocers. 

Holmes J Carlisle, photographer. 

Hopkins Knoch, founder. 

Hopj>in R & G S, tanners and dealers in 
hides and leather. 

Hoppin R <fe S<^n, Saddle and Har- 
ness Makers, Harness Goods. (See adv.) 

Johnson Jacob S, boot and shoemaker. 

Julius B & Co, clothiers. 

Keables John T, physician. 

Keablcs & Nicholson, hardware. 

Kirtland Mrs. Orrilla, millinery. 

Knights Anson B, restaurant. 

Leavens & Son, druggists and booksellers. 

McCormick Geor^je, general store. 

Miclilg^aii Central Last Manu- 

faeturing C'O, Beebe & Brown, Proprs. 

[See ativ.) 
Neff Emanuel, boots and shoes. 
Neff Mrs E, dressmaker. 
Nutting James, freight and ticket agent M 

C R R depot. 
Orsburn Andrew J, news dealer. 
Pardonnet Peter, harness maker. 

Rawson fj^inan T, Warehouse and 
Dealer in Grain. 

Rawson Silas M, baker. 

Rol)crts Lewis D, agent Am Express Co. 

Robinson & Ward, dentists. 

Rogers George W, physician. 

Rogers John W, postmaster. 

Ross Wm, physician. 

Russell Frederick G, dry goods. 

Russell Waller, carriage and wagon maker. 

Scott Anson D, livery stable. 

Shaad John, boots and shots. 

Sherman John J, lawyer, 

Sherman Mrs MC, confectionery and bakery. 

Stevenson Bros, grocers. 

Teed Jeremiah, boarding house. 

Teller Wm, manager W. U. Tel Co, M. C. R. 
R. depot. 

Thomas & Quinn, hardware. 

Trowbridge Wm E, flour and feed, 

Trowbridge & Roberts^ grocers. 

Tucker & Rosevelt, lawyers. 

Upton John R, Attorney and Counsel- 
or at Law. 

Van Buren County Republican (weekly), E 
A Blackman, editor and propr. 

Vincent & Prichard, furniture. 



DEOKERVILLE. 

A place of 1 60 inhabitants, in Marion 
township, Sanilac county, 10 miles west of 
Forester, its shipping port. It is surrounded 
by good farming lands. Wheat, oats barley, 
peas, hay, etc., are the staple crops. Lum- 
ber, shingles, hoops, staves and grain are 
shipped. It has a simi-weekly mail. M. 
Decker, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Cups Rev P (United Brethren). 
Decker & Sons, saw and grist mills. 
Downing & Southworth, general store, lum- 
ber, shingles, etc. 
Holmes Rev A J, (Methodist). 
Jones William H, carriage and wagon maker. 
Reed Thomas, hotel propr. 
Thornton Chauncy, veterinary surgeon. 
Vincent George C, physician and coroner. 



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A postofEce on the line of the J. L. & S. R. 
R., in Bay county, 3 miles north of Standish, 
and 31 miles above Bay City. 



DEER CREEK. 

A postoffice in Deerfield township, in the 
northern part of Livingston county. 9 miles 
southwest of Linden, on the D. & M. R. R-. 
and 12 north of Howell. Lumber and flour 
are shipped. Settled in 1835. W. W. Hen- 
derson, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Abrams Peter E, blacksmith. 
Bain Alex, ashery. 
Balls George, miller. 
Henderson W W, general store. 
Holcomb Allen, grist mill. 
Kittle Robert, saw mill. 
Kittle Simeon, saw mill. 
Sherwood W K, blacksmith. 
Wilson Harvey, saloon. 



DEERFTKT.D. 

A village of 800 inhabitants situated in 
Deerfield township, Lenawee county, at the 
junction of the Canada Southern & Lake 
Shore and Michigan Southern railroads. The 
river Raisin, which flows through the town, 
furnishes ample water power. The surround- 
ing country is mostly level and productive of 
grain and p(»tatoes. Its manufactures are 
staves and heading, wooden trays and hard- 
wood lumber. Deerfleld was settled in 
1830, and incorporated in 1872. Distance 
from Adrian, the county seat, 14 miles. Ex- 
press, United States and American. L* 
Ormsby, postmaster. 



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BUSINESS I> I RECTORY. 

^f ken Addison A., vL-ndertaker. 

/^fUo Mrs \ £, milliner. 

^iley Alfred, sa'^ar mill. 

^I^ley G«oTf^ V, a^ent L.. S. & M. S. R. R. 

fiid U S Express Oo. 
^effl&n Bros, meat mstrket. 
■^tinn & Rowe, sta.'vc factory. 
Bliss & Machaxn, \>aTl>ers. 
Kl««BlllelA S II9 grocer. 
Brey Rev A, ^>Vesleyan.) 
Boiton Wm £. meat market and justice of 
the peace. 

filler Edward J, liardware. 

^kins J J, agent C. & C. S. R. R. 

Qtuaaa & Fife, general store. 
Cowan William F, livery stable. 
Daly Micliael, saloon. 
BeerAelA Botel, Mrs G W Frain 

propr. 
Datz Frank, boots and shoes. 
Drew & Hcmenway, saw mill. 
Frain Mr* G W, Deerfield Hotel. 
Hemenway A., grocery and saloon. 
Hemenway & Porter, flouring mill. 
Henica Miss Emmay milliner. 
HooA AnAr«W« Dry Goods. 
Undson Rev J L, (Methodist Protestant.) 
Irteh Lutliery Druggist and Physician. 

Jackson & Manley, wagon makers. 

McLaiiglirm George, agent Am Express Co. 

Mannii^ James, druggist and grocer. 

KtchoU A K, general store. 

Ormsby Erastus D, carpenter and joiner. 

Ormsby Lysander, general store and notary 
public. 

Palmer Isaac, cooper. 

Farker Dayton, physician. 

Flper Jaber, grocer. 

Shortloff Nathan, saloon. 

Smitb Revjedediah, (Baptist.) 

Smitb L.ewis, blacksmith. 

Steams Martin, boot and shoemaker. 

Stevens Ashael, boots and shoes. 

Svrick Fhineas B, harness maker. 

'Watson Charles T, wooden ware works. 

Wood W M, physician. 

Yale I^athan D, physician. 



'xllage and railroad [station in Van 
county. 

{S^e McDonald,) 



5LD CENTER. 

(See Madison.) 



DELHI OENTEB. 

{See Noli.) 



DELHI MILLS. 

A small place on the line of the M. C. 
R. R., in Washtenaw county, 5 miles west 
of Ann Arbor and 43 from Detroit. 

DELRAY. 

A small settlement at the mouth of the 
river Rouge, in Springwells township, 
Wayne county, 4 miles southwest of Detroit. 
The station on the L. S. & M. S. and Can- 
ada Southern railroads at Woodmere ceme- 
tery is only half a mile distant. Population 
250. Settled 1818. J. A. Riopelle, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Delish Wilcome, grocer. 
Juncker George, saloon. 
Zimerman Wm, grocer. 

DELTA. 

A village of 232 inhabitants in Delta 
township, Eaton county, on the D. L. & L. 
M. R. R., 7 miles northwest of Lansing and 
94 from Detroit. Grand river here furnishes 
a first-class wj»ter power. Is has a saw mill, 
a flouring mill, an oar factory, a handle fac- 
tory and a furniture factory. There is no 
church nearer than 3 miles. It is surround- 
ed by a fine farming section. Settled 1S36. 
Harvey Grattan, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Cupit Joseph, flouring mill. 

Gtattan Harvey, general store. 

IngersoU E S & Co, furniture mnfrs. 

Lee George N, saw mill. 

Lee, Scofield & Vandewalker, oar mnfrs. 

Piatt A A & Co, handle mnfrs. 

Watson Fuller, blacksmith. 

DENMARK. 

A place of 150 inhabitants in the town 
of Denmark, Tuscola county, 5 miles north 
of Vassar, and $\i east of Reese on the D. 
& B, C. R. R., its usual shipping station. It 
is situated in a first-class farming district, 
grain, potatoes and fruit being cultivated. 
These with live stock form the only ship- 
ments. It has a daily mail, L. L. VVilson, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Campbell D, boot and shoemaker. 
Jewett Burton, blacksmith. 
Jones C H & J M, jjeneral store. 
Wilson & Alexander, general store. 

DENNISON. 

A flag station on the D. & M. R. R., 12 
miles east of Grand Haven. It is in Folk- 



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ton township, Ottawa county. A good farm- 
ing country. Lumber, staves, butter and 
hay are the leading shipments. Settled 
1849. Marcus W. Carr, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Carr & Barrett, general store. 
Johnson & Graham, saw mill. 
Slreeter Mrs Elizn, grocer. 
Treyloir J, blacksmith. 



DENNISONVILLE. 

(Set Georgetown,) 



DENTON. 

A village of about 200 inhabitants in 
Van Buren township, Wayne county. It is 
a station on the M. C. R. R., 25 miles 
west' of Detroit. It has 3 churches and 
several stores, but no manufacturing estab- 
lishments. Express, American. Mrs. L. J. 
Eberle, postmistress. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Anderson F C, blacksmith. 

Babcock William & Son. wagon and carriage 

makers. 
Biggam Thomas, justice of the peace. 
Chamberlain M A & Son, novelty works and 

broom factory. 
Crandall Rev, (Adventist). 
Denton S Y, blacksmith, station agent and 

general store. 
El)erle Mrs L J, general store. 
JenksDr H B, druggist. 
Jones T M, boot and shoemaker. 
Newton Rev, (Methodist). 
Porter P, boot and shoemaker. 
Raynard Thomas, meat market. 
Springsteel Rev, (Free Methodist). 



DENVER. 

A postoffice in the western part of Ne- 
waygo county, on White river, 30 miles 
northeast of Montague. It has a weekly 
mail. 



DETOUR. 

A postoffice and small settlement at the 
easternmost extremity of Chippewa county, 
and at the mouth of the St. Mary's river. 
Its principal importance is as a wooding 
station for boats in the Lake Superior trade. 
Its inhabitants are pioneers and Indians. It 
is 60 miles southeast of Sault Ste Marie, 
the county seat, whence in the winter 
season it receives an overland mail. 



DETROIT. 

The chief city of Michigan, though lo- 
cated near the extreme southeast comer of 
the State. It is on the right bank of the 
Detroit River, 7 miles below lake St. Clair 
and 20 miles above lake Erie. Its latitude 
is 42® 20-^ and longitude 82° 58' wet of 
Greenwich. It is 679 miles west of New 
York and 284 east of Chicago, hy the usually 
traveled routes, and is 85 miles southeast of 
Lansing. It is the county seat of Wayne 
county. 

HISTORY. 

Detroit was founded in 1 701 by a French 
adventurer, M. De la Motte Cadilac. A 
fort was here erected and called Fort Pon- 
chartrain. A small military garrison and a 
few fur traders and Jesuit missionaries made 
up the population. For about a century 
but little progress was made in growth and 
population, the interior of the state remain- 
ing an unbrokeii wilderness and the city be- 
ing dependent for business on its indian 
trade alone. 

In 1763 Detroit with the other French 
pos.sessions in the north passed into the 
hands of the British. This was immediately 
followed by the famous Pontiac conspiracy, 
by which the Indians sought to exterminate 
the white race throughout the north- 
west. The projected massacre was defeated 
at this point by the betrayal of the scheme 
by an indian girl to Major Gladwin, com> 
mander of the post, who was thus put on his 
guard. A siege of 11 months followed how- 
ever, the fort holding out nobly against the 
enraged savages. 

In 1796, under the supplementary treaty 
of peace with Great Britain, Detroit was 
turned over to the United States. 

In 1778 the old fort had been removed, 
the village enlarged and a new fort erected 
on the high ground further back from the 
river. This was named Fort LeNoult and 
it occupied a sfKice now bounded by Lafay- 
ette avenue. Congress street, a line a little 
east of Shelby street and one a little west of 
Wayne street. Heavy stockades extended 
from either side of the fort to the river, 
forming a rude triangle of which the river 
was the base. Within this stockade was 
comprised the village of Detroit. The 
streets were narrow, the widest being bat 
20 feet in width and the houses were low 
and mainly of wood. That in 1805 a fire 
should break out and sweep away the entire 
village was therefore not surprising. But a 
single house remained standing. Two years 
later Congress authorized the laying out of a 
city on a much more liberal scale, and made 
a grant of 10,000 acres of land to aid in de- 
fraying the cost of the necessary public im- 



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proTements. The authorship of the plan of 
the new city is attributed to Judge Wood- 
ward. He was a man of exceedingly fanci- 
ful tastes and his plan, only a small portion 
of which is still retained, was a very remark- 
able one. Washington avenue was intended 
to have been extended to the river, termi- 
nating in a ip-and circus similar to the 
one at its northern extremity. Madison 
avenue did likewise. There were several 
squares similar to the present Campus 
Martins. The streets were of unusual width 
and access from one part of the city to 
another was exceedingly ready and con- 
venient But the objection was the amount 
of land wasted in streets and the angular 
shapes of a great proportion of the lots. So 
at a later period the Woodward plan was 
abandoned and the rectangular system substi- 
tuted. Between the two, with the freedom 
which was accorded to every property-hol- 
der to lay out streets and subdivide his pro- 
perty after his own taste, Detroit is to-day 
perhaps as labyrinthine a city as any in the 

, West 

In June 1812, war broke out with Great 
Britain, and on the i6th of August follow- 
ing, Gen. HuIU who was in command, sur- 
rendered the fort and city to Gen. Brock 
without any attempt to maintain a defense. 
Detroit remained in possession of the British 
till October 1 813, when, as a result of the 
American victory at the battle of the 
Thames, it was recovered by the United 
States. The name of the fort was now 
chai^d to Shelby. At this time Detroit 
bad a population of less than one thousand, 
and its growth for a long time continued to 
be very slow. 

In 1831, when the population was some- 
thing over 2,000, the first real step was taken 
towards opening up the interior and mak- 
ing it tributary to the city, in the commenc- 

; ingof the construction of the Detroit &. St. 
Joseph (now Michigan Central) railroad. 
The work progressed slowly and it was Feb- 
mary 3d, 1838, before any part of the line 
was opened for traffic. In the same year 
the Detroit & Pontiac railroad was opened 
10 Royal Oak, and soon after to Pontiac. In 
this year or the year following a railroad also 
was opened to Utica, following the line of 
the present Detroit & Bay City railroad. 

In 1836, and again in 1840, and still again 
in 1848. disastrous fires swept away large 

I portions of the city, 

In 1827 the fort was abandoned by the 

j government, and being made over to the 

I city was demolished, the earth forming its 

j embankments being carted down to the river's 
edge and there dumped into the shallow 
water which had previously been a source of 

i great unhealthfulness. The shore line was 
•4 



thus extended out into the river in some 
places as much as a full block. 

In 1847, Detroit lost the prestige of being 
the capital of the State, the seat of govern- 
ment in that year being removed to Lan- 
sing. 

In 1854 it secured direct communication 
with the East at all seasons of the year by 
the opening of the Great Western railway 
of Canada, and four years later a competing 
line in the completion of the Grand Trunk. 

The growth of the city up to i860 will be 
seen by the following table : 



1844 13.065 

1850 21,019 

1854 40,137 

i860 •45|6i9 



1810 770 

1820 1,442 

1830 2,222 

1834 4.9^ 

1840 ^ 9,102 

DETROIT IN f 860 AND 1 87 5. 

In, or just before, i860, though occupying 
no less an area than at present, it was much 
more sparsely settled. The 9th and loth 
wards were quite suburban in their character, 
the larger part of the Cass farm was still 
what its name indicated, and fields abutted 
on Woodward avenue within the two mile 
radius. Only a few leading thoroughfares - 
were paved. There were neither street rail- 
ways nor omnibus lines. Old fashioned 
drays did all the hauling. There were no 
public street lamps except in the central part 
of the city, Michigan avenue. Grand River 
avenue, Gratiot avenue and Woodward 
avenue being all in darkness after the first 
few blocks had been passed. Firemen's 
Hall, with neither galleries nor stage equip- 
ment, was the best public hall the city 
afforded. There were but three stone busi- 
ness fronts, and these all old fashioned two 
storied structures on Jefferson avenue. Two 
still remain in the First National bank and 
the old Peninsular bank buildings. Captain 
E. B. Ward's residence on Fort street, and N. 
P. Stewart's, on Jefferson avenue, were 
almost the only private residences of any 
pretensions. The finest stores were the 
block still standing on the east side of 
Woodward avenue, between Congress and 
Lamed streets. Where the Merrill block 
now stands were a group of old gothic rook* 
eries two stories in height. Griswold street 
was almost purely a residence street. 
The postojfice building was not yet com- 
pleted, and the office itself occupied the 
basement of the Mariner's Church. On 
Woodward avenue there was little or no 
business above State street. Twelve hand 
engines, manned by volunteer companies 
constituted the fire department. Where the 
City Hall now stands there were a group of 
old wooden rookeries, once the depot build- 
ing of the Michigan Central railroad, but 



ihen occupied by second band dealers and 
low laloons. The parks were aiici.red for 
and overeruwn with tail grass and weeds. 
The Ruisell House was the only block of 
any pretensions frontinfr the Campus Mar- 
lins. The Bishop School was the ouly 
■noderti school building. One ferry boat, 
the little Gem, accommudaled alt the Iraific 



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lod Windsor. Ther 



o police force, no House ol Correction, and 
only a black-hole for a jail. 

Since i860 the progress of Detroit has 
been very rapid. The population increased 
to SS-'yoin '864, to 79,577 '" >87o, and to 
101,155 in 1874. 

The valuation of real and pervonal proper- 
ty increased to $74.S09.3O3 i" '871, "d <90.- 
305,48s in 1874. 

Large tracts that 15 yean ago were open 
commons are now densely covered with 
houses. Business has passed the Grand 
Circus and pushed its way on Woodward 
avenue as far up as High street. Retail 
trade has almost entirely deserted Jefferson 
avenue and the lower part of Woodward. 
Even aristocratic Fott street has been in- 
vaded by stores. Uriswold has become a 
buaineu street second in importance to none 



A $700,000 City Hall has been erected, 
which is (he pride of Detroit and the enty 
of the rett of the world. A large opera 
house has t>een built and a second is in pro- 

The school bnildinfrs of the city have in- 
creased in numbers, to iS valued at J54S.174 
and possessing accommodations for 947) 
children. In the way of chorches there ban 
been added St. Patrick's, St. Aloysius'. the 
church of Our Lady of Help, St. Joseph's, St. 
Albert's and St. Vincent de Paul's, all 
catholic; Christ Church, St. John's oad 
Grace, Episcopal, the Central, Simpson, Tab- 
ernacle and Sixteenth Street Methodist. 
The First and Lafayeltc Avenue Baplitt, 
the Woodward Avenue Congregational aad 
St. John's' German Evangelical, I '" 
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The paved streets (mostly wood pavcmenll 
now measure 55 miles. Sewers to tie 
extent of 93 miles drain the city. Gas ex- 
tends on all the leading streets, almost to 
the city limits. A fire department comprisitf 
8 steam fire engines and a fire alarm telegiapi, 
and second in perfection of equipment onJ 
general efficiency to none in the west, it 
supplanted the old Tolunteet ayatem. A 



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police force of 115 men, with three stations, 
ind a police telegraph preserves the most 
perfect order. The Detroit House of Cor- 
rection has long been regarded as a model 
prison. A public library of 23,000 volumes 
has grown up. Six companies operate street 
car lines, aggregating about 25 miles of 
travel. Three additional railroads have tap- 
ped the city, viz : the Canada Southern, the 
Detroit, Lansing and Lake Michigan, and 
the Detroit & Bay City. General business has 
immensely increased, as the daily bustle and 
life apparent on the streets attests. 

THE CITY DESCRIBED. 

Detroit is without doubt the best drained, 
the best paved, the best shaded, the cleanest, 
and in general the healthiest city in the 
west. It covers an area some 6 miles in 
length, np and down the river, by a depth of 
about 2yi miles. Having so much ground 
the dwellings are not crowded together in 
solid blocks, but are mostly detached, with 
plenty of intervening space. This with the 
videness of the streets, and the prevalence 
of shade trees, gives the place more of a vil- 
la^ than a city air, and contributes much to 
its pleasantness as a place of residence. 

Churches are very numerous in proportion 
to the population, and are usually well at- 
tended. The school system is very perfect, 
bearing favorable comparison with that of any 
other city in the union. Society, too, from the 
less frequent changes that obtain here over 
other western cities,is more settled, refined and 
truly genteel. Thus as a place of residence 
it is unsurpassed by any place west of Boston, 
ladeed while the businessactivity andstirof 
Chicago is lacking, Detroit resembles Boston 
not a little in its social and literary atmos- 
phere. 

The Germans claim a third of the popula- 
tion. The Irish are rather less numerous. 
There is quite a large colored population, 
and the old original French element is still 
quite numerous. There are representatives 
also in considerable numbers of the various 
other European nationalities as Hollanders, 
Poles, Swedes, Norwegians, Swiss, Italians, 
etc., but this foreign element is eminently 
indastrious, thrifty and orderly. Riots are 
almost wholly unknown. In general each 
^ily owns its homestead. The savings 
hanks are well patronized, and vagrancy and 
pauperism are perhaps as little prevalent 
here as in any city of the same 'size. 

In proportion to the population Detroit is 
qaite a wealthy city. Most of the business 
operations of its citizens are based on real 
capital, owned by the parties using it and 
BOt borrowed elsewhere. This is a result 
perhaps of the extreme conservatism which 
borders a little on lack of enterprise, or which 
*t least shims speculation. This conserva- 



tism for which Detroit has been noted has 
restricted the growth of the city to a strictly 
healthy and natural one. It has prevented 
over-trading in any department of business, 
and thus we find an almost entire absence of 
inflation. Real estate is relatively cheap, and 
few branches of business are overdone. This 
condition of things renders Detroit a 
peculiarly inviting field for men of enterprise 
and capital to locate in. Competition has 
not dried up the vital sources of wealth. 

Notwithstanding the admirable condition 
of all public works, the debt of the city is 
small, being but $983,751 90; or, including 
the debt of the water board, .$2,084,751.90. 
Taxes are light, being less than one per cent 
on the real valuation of property. For a 
number of years past the financial affairs of 
the city have been managed with great wis- 
dom and fidelity. 

There are few great municipal wants 
unsupplied. The water supply, though at 
present ample, is about to be placed beyond 
a contingency of failure by the erection of 
new and independent pumping works a few 
miles above the city, preliminary work for 
which is now under contract. The next 
want, a bridge over or a tunnel under the 
river, for the more ready transfer of freight 
and passengers, is already agitated and its 
realization is only a question of time. The 
one other desideratum, a public pirk, was 
on the verge of being a realized fact, a large 
tract of land just above the city having l^een 
purchased for a site, when the enterprise 
was defeated by an adverse decision in the 
courts as to the constitutionality of the law 
authorizing the expenditure. It is still to 
be hoped that means will be found to secure 
an adequate park. An annual industrial 
and art exposition has been agitated and will 
no doubt be carried into effect. A new and 
commodious central union depot is expected 
to follow the settlement of the river transit 
problem. A strictly first-class hotel is 
wanted. A handsome library building will 
be erected during the current year, and a 
young men's Christian association building 
in the immediate future. 

THE TRADE OF DETROIT. 

The trade of Detroit is in a very healthy 
condition. The principal wholesale houses 
are old established concerns, with ample 
means and a secure trade. From figures 
compiled in June, 1874, by the Daily Post 
newspaper, it appears that there are in the 
leading branches of the jobbing trade nearly 
$9,000,000 of capital, and over 1,000 hands 
employed, including 126 drummers. This 
is entirely exclusive of such branches as 
manufacture their own goods, in whole^or 
part. The aggregate jobbing sales reach' 



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60 


^9,000,000 
635,000 


zoo 


3,a5o,ooo 


«4 
55 


3,700.000 
z, 835,000 


40 


5x0,000 


a4 


3»5,«» 


75 


700,000 


74 


3,335.000 


^ 


750,000 
960,000 


M 


535,000 


85 

8S 


455.000 
3,640,000 



nearly ^30,000, 000 per annum. The Post 

Chives the details as follows : 

Capital. Employes. Sales. 

Groceries ^,000,000 

Fruits and Oysters. z8o,ooo 

Hardware 950,000 

Dry Goods .'.' x, 000,000 

Clothing. 900,000 

Millinery 115,000 

Notions x55,ooo 

Crockery 330,000 

Drugs 670,000 

Books 350,000 

Paper & Stationery. 400,000 

Leather & Findings x75,ooo 

Ship Chandlery xo5,ooo 

Miscellaneous 1,4x9,000 

Total 48.<S49.ooo 936 ^,550,000 

These figures are of course only approxi- 
mations, as a large amount of jobbing is always 
done by the larger retail houses and by others 
who would not naturally be called upon. 

No reliable estimate of the retail trade 
of the city has ever yet been made. 

The /(9j/ places the annual produce trade 
uf the city at $24,061,000, giving employ- 
ment to $1,018,000 of capital and 122 
hands. Thus, exclusive of the retail and 
manufacturing business of the city, nearly 
ten millions of capital and over one thou- 
sand hands are employed and annual sales 
are made to the extent of over $50,000,000. 

DETROIT MANUFACTURES. 

Detroit is essentially a manufacturing 
city, possessing from its easy water commu- 
nication and its proximity to the inexhausti- 
ble .mines and forests of the State, peculiar 
advantages, as yet, however, only very par- 
tially improved. There can be no doubt 
that the time is coming when the banks of 
the Detroit river will be lined with mills and 
factories, rendering it the Birmingham of 
the Northwest. 

According to one authority, there are 
now actually about 400 different concerns 
in the city engaged strictly in manufacturing. 
The procuring of exact statistics on the 
subject is a matter of extreme difficulty. 
The Evening News^ in January, 1875, nia^c 
an earnest and conscientious effort in this 
direction, with results epitomized in the fol- 
lowing table : 

Hands 
Capital, employed. Products. 
Iron and machinery. $4,500,000 3,000 $6,000,000 

Railroad cars 750,000 

Manufac'rs of wood 4,064,000 
Tobacco and cigars... 1,375,000 

Boots and shoes 798,000 

Clothing .«.• 8xa,ooo 

Malt, beer and spirits x, 133,000 

Flour ..M 310,000 

Pork and beef pack'g 450,000 

Leather 830,000 

Hats and furs mm. 350,000 

Chemicals ..m~ 340,000 

Bricks M xoo,ooo 

Miscellaneous 765,000 

>x6,576,ooo ia,9S3 l3«.749.««> 



850 


«.9«S.ooo 


3.3" 


6,ao6.ooo 


X,079 


3,933.000 


9x6 


i,54a,ooo 


x,48o 


1,687,000 


930 


3,740,000 


58 


1,730,000 


»50 


I,X90,000 


a6o 




3ao 


1,370,000 


134 


870,000 


375 


360,000 


707 


9,077,000 



The N'orthwestem Manufacturer^ y<mfual^ 
in February, 1874, compiled statistics of the 
manufactures of Detroit, which showed 
$14,518,500 capital used, 12,157 hands em- 
ployed, and $28,408,000 in value of product 
turned out. Though prepared entirely in- 
dependently of each other, and arrived at in 
a diflferent way, the nearness of the final 
results of the two estimates is very signifi- 
cant of approximate correctness. 

Taking into account the number of manu- 
facturers who refused to make any return, 
the large number of small concerns not called 
on, the extensive interests in Windsor and 
Wyandotte carried on by Detroit men and 
with Detroit capital, and the manufacturing 
of cars and machinery for their own use by 
the railroad companies, none of which ap- 
pear in the above statement, and allowing 
for the fact that 1874 was a year of excep- 
tional financial depression, and that in some 
branches, particularly in the manufacture of 
iron, business was almost entirely suspended 
during the year, it will not be deemed ex- 
travagant to place the aggregate manufac- 
tures of Detroit at the snug little annual 
sum of $50,000,000. 

BANKS. 

Detroit has never enjoyed banking facili- 
ties adequate to her extended trade and her 
manufacturing interests have no doubt suffer- 
ed in consequence. Banking has neverthe- 
less been profitable, and in the establishment 
of a few more national banks at this point a 
good field offers for capital. The present 
list of incorporated banks is as follows : 

Capital, Depotiit. 

First National $500,000 |x,o<^,8oo a6 

Second National x, 000,000 667,048 to 

American National 400,000 1,500,000 00 

Merchants and Manufrs.. 300,000 471,339 35 

Mechanics »• xoo,ooo 403,893 35 

Detroit Savings 300,000 1,435,594 66 

German American 100,000 498,374 84 

Peoples Savings 135,000 x, 001, 3x3 68 

Wayne County Savings.... yi^ooo x,x38,433 70 

Total $3,775,000 $8,x65,595 74 

Besides these there are several private 
banks of considerable financial strength and 
doing an extensive business. These include 
A. Ives & Sons, David Preston & Co., Vin- 
cent J. Scott, Fisher, Booth & Co., Crom- 
well & Ralston, W. D. Morton, etc. 

There are two insurance companies both 
in a healthy condition. These are the De- 
troit Fire and Marine and tlie Michigan 
Mutual Life Insurance Company. 

RAILROADS. 

The railroads centering in Detroit are 9 
in number, as follows : 

The Michigan Central, recognized as one 
of the best managed, and finest equipped 
roads in the west, extendinir to Chicago with 
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The Lake Shore & Michigan Southern to 
Chicago, Toledo, Cleveland and Baflfalo. 

The Detroit & Milwaukee to Grand Haven 
tnd Milwaukee. 

The Great Western of Canada to Toronto 
and Bufialo. 

The Grand Trunk of Canada to Port 
Horoo, Buffalo, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec 
and Portland. 

The Detroit. Lansing & Lake Michigan 
to Lansing, Howard City and Stanton. 

The Detroit and Bay City to Bay City, 
Alpena and Mackinac. 

The Detroit, Hillsdale & Indiana to Indi- 
anapolis. 

The Canada Southern to Toledo and Buffalo 

Additional Lines giving the Flint & Pere 
Marquette an independent connection with 
Detroit and establishing a direct connection 
with Adrian and the southwest, are being 
more or less agitated. 

Hon. James F. Joy, the railroad king of 
the west, resides in Detroit, and from this 
point manipulates the destinies of some 
thousands of miles of road. 

THE NEWSPAPERS. 

The press of Detroit does credit to the 
city. There are eight daily newspapers — 3 
Gennan and 5 English. The oldest and 
perhaps the most prosperous and enterpris- 
ing is the Z>//yvf/ J*ree Press (Democratic). 
As a humorous journal, too, the Free Press 
is rapidly attaining a national reputation. 
The Daily Post occupies a front rank in 
ability among the republican political jour- 
nals of the country. The Tribune possesses 
sterling merits as a carefully edited, reliable 
and conscientious newspaper, and its weekly 
edition enjoys a circulation superior to that of 
any other political paper in the State. 
The Evening News, a cheap or two cent 
afternoon paper, established in 1873, ^^''i ^^ 
the immense circulation it has attained 
(12,000 copies daily) and the degree of popu- 
larity and prosperity it has reached, proved 
one of the most striking newspaper successes 
of the age. The Daily Sun is a newly 
fledged afternoon paper, sold at one cent. 
The Commercial Advertiser^ a literary and 
commercial weekly has a very wide circula- 
tion, and with the Michigan Farmer , Jour* 
>^ of Commerce and the Leader^ and three 
relipous papers creditably represents the field 
of weekly journalism. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Afa70r-.Hugh Moffat. 

^«spf*r— George S Swift. 

City C7^>~-Charies H Borgman. 

Cih Contro/ler-'EiltTy I Garfield. 

City Attorney — Francis G Russell. 

City CouHulor—X^ C Holbrook. 

Ctfy Treasurer — Edwin C Hinsdale. 

Direet»r of the iW/^— Luther B Willard, 



Receiver of Taxes — ^Wm A Throop. 

Assessor — H H LeRoy. 

Sup^t House of Correction — M V Borgman. 

Clerk Recorder's Court^K I McLeod. 

CUy Collector — Wm Parkinson. 

Gas Inspector — Christ Blattmeier. 

Police yustice — David C Harbaugh. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Abbey Mrs Charlotte A, dressmaker, 400 

Lafayette ave. 
Abbot & Ketchum, carpets, 107 Woodward 

ave. 
Abbott & Gregory, commission, 13 Wood- 

bridge w. 
Abend Post* (Daily, German), August 

Marxhausen, Propr, 12 Lamed e. 
Abernethy Samuel, hardware, 455 Grand 

River ave. 
Abraham Mrs Emma, millinery, 128 Michi- 
gan ave. 
Ackeman Jacob, saloon, 271 Clinton. 
Acker Samuel, insurance, 108 Griswold. 
Ackerman Hoase, J A Kurtz Propr, 

cor Brush and Atwater. 
Ackermann Jacob, saloon, 389 Atwater. 
Adair Wm, Nurseryman and Florist, s v' 

cor Jefferson ave and Adair. [See cuh,) 
Adair A I^earned, Real Estate, 137 

Griswold. 
Adam Frank, grocer, 238 Mullett. 
Adams Conrad, tobacco, 89 Michigan ave. 
Adams Edwin C, propr Mansion House, foot 

Griswold. 
Adams Geo A, manager Weed Sewing Mach- 
ine Co, 245 Woodward ave. 
Adams Michnel S, grocer, 178 Michigan ave. 
Adams Itomuel, Mnfr Wire Cloth, 

Plain and Crimp Wire Work, Q Spruce. 
Adams Thomas, brass founder, Congress bet 

3d and 4th. 
Adams & Ferguson, wood and lumber, 658 

Wood bridge w. 
Adler Mrs Clara, milliner, 156 Gratiot ave, 

Advertifier Sl Tribane Co, Proprs 

Detroit Tribune, Tribune Building, Larned 
west. (See adv.) 

AertzE& Co, furniture mnfrs. 400 Gratiot ave. 

JElna Ufe Insurance €0, S W Bul- 
lock Agent, 3 Merrill Block. 

Ahl Ferdinand, saloon, cor Antoine and La- 
fayette. 

Akass Edward H, upholsterer, 75 Larned e. 

Albreclit ^¥wt A Son* Builders and 
Contractors, 262 Elizabeth e. {See adv.) 

Alderbrandt Benjamin, saloon, 579 Croghan. 

Alexander Alexander G, plumber and gas 
fitter, 65 Larned e. 

Alexander John, grocer, 117 Chene. 

Alexander & Landon, auctioneers, 142 Gratiot 
ave. 

Alffer R A A; Co, Pine Timber and Pine 
Lands, foot 1st. 

Alhers Henry, carpet weaver,4i4 Michigan aye 



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Allen Elbridge G, lumber, yard foot Dubois. 
Allen [firs IIoilora,Tobacco and Cigars, 

95 Michigan ave. 
Allen James, saloon, 203 Wight. 
Allen Jolin H, Horse Shoer and Wagon 

Maker, 449 Grand River ave. 
Allen WlM R W, Hair Goods, 177 

Woodward ave. 
Allen W M A Bro, Photographers* 

Materials and Frames, 14 and 16 Larned e. 
Allison & Hilbert. harness makers, 36 Mich- 
igan ave. 
AUor Dolphis, saloon. 378 Franklin. 
Allor Michael C, salo>n, 401 Atwater. 
Alter John A, wood yard, 432 Gratiot ave. 
Altman Isaac, hats & caps, 97 Woodward ave. 
Alvord Tompkins C, collection agent, 14 

Rotunda Building. 
Ambergs Adolph, notions, 379 Gratiot ave. 
Ambridge Wm, insurance agent, 8 Rotunda 

Building. 
American Express Co, Thomas B Fargo 

agent, J. S. Hubbard supt, 72 Griswold. 
American National Bank, Alexander H Dey 

pres, George B. Sartwell cash, 91 Griswold. 
Amencan Plate Glass Co, W S Armitage 

sec. office foot Wayne. 
American S M Co, 217 Jefferson ave. 
Ames & Co, confectioners, 161 Woodward ave. 
Amman Christian, notions, 977 Michigan ave. 
Ameel Louis, barber, Court. 
Amrliein Wm, Propr Gimbrinus and 

Bacchus Hall, 218 Randolph. (See adv.) 
Anaheim Christian, jeweler, 91 Croghan. 
Anderhalt John, grocer, 210 Russell. 

Anderson Charles, Saw Filer, 363 

Grand River ave. 
Anderson James, architect, 70 Griswold. 
Anderson Robert H, commission merchant, 

3 Stimson Block. 
Anderson Wm H. Mnfr Stone Cut. 

ters' Tools, 38 Clinton. 
Andre Anton, grocer, 508 and 5 10 Gratiot ave. 
Andrews George P, physician, 125 Fort w. 
Andrews fames D, news dealer, 291 lefferson 

ave. 
Andrews Myron H, physician, 18 Hodges 

Block. 
Andrews & Bristah, meat market, 349 Wood- 
ward ave. 
Angell Oeorse R^ Picture Frames and 

• Artists* Materials, 129 Jefferson ave. 
Anspach Abraham, mnfr woolen shirts, 186 

Jefferson ave. 
Anthony B M, managing salesman Michigan 

Stove Co, res 79 Winder. 

Antlsdel House, Wm w Antisdel, 

Propr, cor Michigan and Washington aves. 
Antisdel Wm W, propr Antisdel House, cor 

Michigan and Washington aves. 
Appel Christopher W, grocer, 118 2ist. 
Appleton D A €0, Wm Scott Agent, 16 

Kanter Block. 



Arcliambaalt Amedle, Lawyer, 137 

Griswold. 

Archenbronn Wm, tailor, 132 Gratiot ave. 

Arenz Joseph, grocer, 5I7 Clinton ave. 

Armes James E, barber, 64 Michigan ave. 

Armstrong Edirln A, Masonic and 
Society Regalias, Military Equipments 
&c, 157 Jefferson ave, up stairs. 

Armstrong B A Co, Felt and Gravel 
Roofers, 219 Jefferson ave. [See adv^ page 
217.) 

Armstrong C W, advertising agt, 219 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Armstrong James, shoemaker, Hamtramck. 

Armstrong J d& B, Billiard Rooms, 
219 and 221 Jefferson ave. 

Armstrong & I-Ansing, agts R W Adv Co, 
219 Jefferson ave. 

Armstrong Robert, boot and shoemaker, cor 
Rivard and Congress. 

Armstrong Underwood, carpenter, cor Clif- 
ford and Washington aves. 

Armstrong Wm. builder, 1 57 Larned w. 

Armstrong's Regalia Depot, E A 

Armstrong, Propr, Masonic and Society 
Regalias, 157 Jefferson ave, up stairs. 

Arndt A F B« General Agent Berkshire 
Life Ins Co, 126 Jefferson ave. {See adv,) 

Arnet Henry, brewer, Gratiot ave nrChene. 

Arnold, Jacob & Muhmr, barbers, 66 Bates. 

Arnold J W A Co, Wholesale and Re- 
tail Books and Stationery ( Methodist Book 
Depository), 189 Woodward ave. 

Arnold Lucy M, physician, 22 Columbia. 

Arnold Philip, saloon, 17 Michigan Grandave, 

Ascher Samuel A, tailor, 179 Clinton. 

Ash Richard, grocer, 79 Montcalm. 

Ashley Edgar P, picture frames, 59 Monroe arc 

Ashley Elkanah, furniture, 1 1 7 Gratiot ave. 

Ashley Henry, saloon, cor 12th and Grand 
River ave. 

Ashlev & Mitchell, forwarders, foot Griswold. 

Atkinson, Hawley ^ Atkinson* 

Lawyers, X Telegraph Block, Griswold. 

Atlantic A Pactllc Telegraph Co, 

F W Garnsey, Agt, 66 Griswold and Rus- 
sell House. 

Aufhauser & Co, leaf tobacco. 27 Michigan 
Grand ave. 

Aunn Adam, saloon, 528 Gratiot ave. 

Auriett Oswold, saloon, 259 Jefferson ave. 

Austin Edmund, Plasterer, 282 Wood- 
ward ave. ( See adv, page 2^1. ) 

Autretsch M J & Son, pottery. 200 Croghan. 

Averbeck Ferdinand, Wood Carver, 

119 Gratiot ave. {See adv.) 
Avery & Murphy, lumber, Moflfat Building. 
.4 very Wm li. Lawyer, 149 Jefferson|ave. 
Babillion, Hinchman & Co, com meal mill, 

cor Woodbridge and Wayne. 
Bach Julius, notions, 161 Fort e. 
Backus Henry T, lawyer, 88 Griswold. 
Backus Sylvanus, lawyer, 2 Waterman Block. 



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AlDstract of Land Titles 

OF THE CITY OF DETROIT 



— AND— 



We have examined the Abstract of the Land Titles of the City of 
Detroit and Wayne County, made by Messrs. E C. Skinner & Co. , Attorneys, 
of this City. It is very full, and made with much apparent care, and in a man- 
ner to secure the greatest accuracy and completeness ; and we recommend its 
use to all persons having occasion to obtain knowledge of any titles in the 
County. 

Dated November i6th, 1872. 



C. I. WALKER. 

D. B. & H. M. DUFFIELD. 
LEVIT. GRIFFIN. 
JULIUS STOLL. 

S. D. ELWOOD. 
HENRY B. BROWN. 

E. C WALKER. 
LYMAN COCHRANE. 
W\L J. WATERMAN. 
SIDNEY D. MILLER. 
G. V. N. LOTHROP. 
S. T. DOUGLASS. • 
WALTER CRANE. 
WM. FOXEN. 



WM. A. MOORE. 
HAL. E. McNEIL. 

E. W. MEDDAUGH. 
A. H. WILKINSON. 

F. E. DRIGGS. 
WM. B. WESSON. 

VAN DYKE & BROWNSON, 
WM. JENNISON. 
HOYT POST. 
WM. P. WELLS. 
L. L. BARBOUR. 
ASHLEY POND. 
JOHN S. NEWBERRY. 
ALFRED RUSSELL. 



And many others. 



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Our Abstract has been prepared with the view of making it as complete 
and accurate as possible. It has been examined and approved by the above 
named gentlemen, who will be recognized as prominent Attorneys in full 
practice, or extensive dealers in Real Estate in the City, and all of whom have 
had a large experience in Real Estate matters. It is the only Abstract that 
has been made of the Land Titles of this City and County, and we shall be 
ready at all times to furnish more complete and reliable abstracts from our 
books than can be otherwise obtained. 

Dated November 23th, 1872. 

E. C. SKINNER & CO., 

Abitraet Building, la&yette 'At*., near Olty Ball, 

DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 



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Backus Bros, lumber, foot of iith. 

Bacon A C & E N, hats, caps, etc, 2 14 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Bagard £ G, agent for wines and liquors, 50 
Seitz Block. 

Bass Albert W, Publisher, Job Printer 
and rJews Dealer, i Rotunda Building. 

Bagg &. Flynn, commission merchants, 4 
Stimson Block. 

Bagley John J & Co, tobacconists, 48 and 50 
Bates. 

Baines Charles, auctioneer, 95 Griswold. 

BlllSCb Jobn F* Guns and Ammunition, 
23 Congress e. (See adv,) 

Baker B Franklin, machinery agent, 51 
Griswold. 

Baker Fred A, lawyer, 47 Seitz Block. 

Baker George, grocer, 409 Michigan ave. 

Baker James, boots and shoes, 316 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Baker John, commission merchant, 23 
Woodward ave. 

Baker Wm, saloon, cor Lamed and Rivard. 

Baker & Campau, lawyers, 10 1 Griswold. 

Baker A; TroUope, Founders, make 
a specialty of light castings and builders' 
hardware, n w cor Joseph Campau ave and 
Franklin. 

Balch & Norton, commission merchants in 
grain, I Stimson Block, Woodbridge. 

Baldivln fl P A €0, Wholesale 
Boots and Shoes, 43 Woodward ave. 

Ballard Orrin I^, Stone Ware and 
Sewer Pipe Mnfr, 753 Fort w. (See adv^ 
page 241,) 

Balls Wm, grocer, 333 Grand River ave. 

Balsley & Co, stone ware, 74 Woodbridge w. 

Bamberger Morris, millinery, 117 Woodward 
ave. 

Bamford Fred, painter, 233 Woodward ave. 

Bancroft George A, confectionery, 191 Grand 
River ave. 

Banholtz Mrs L, intelligence office, 284 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Bank £xebange, M Bowen, Propr, 

96 and 98 Griswold and 1 1 Congress w. 
Bankes Wm, photographer, 59 Monroe ave. 
Banks Wm Henry, merchandise broker, 156 

Jefferson ave. 
Barbour Geo fl« Sec Michigan Stove 

Co, Cor Jefferson ave and Adair, res 157 

Wayne. 
Barbour Levi L, lawyer, 16 Bank Block. 
Barclay A; Black, Carpet Ware 

House, 19 Monroe ave. 
Bardwell J ex. Landscape and General 

Business Photographer, 31 Monroe ave. 
Barie John P, hatter, 1 23 Woodward ave. 
Barte liOUis. Grocer, 196 Beaubien. 
Barker Jacob, saloon, 346 Croghan. 
Barker Wm, saloon, 204 14th. 
Barker WL C A Co, Wholesale To- 
bacconists, 74 and 76 Jefferson ave. 



Barlage Anthony, grocer, 136 Franklin. 

Barmon Henry, clothing, 291 Gratiot ave. 

Baines Edward, boot and shoe maker, 915 
Michigan ave. 

Barnes Mary Kate, Dress Maker, 

Barnes Bros, Paper Mnfrs, 141 Jefferson 
ave. 
915 Michigan ave. 

Bamet & Korte, carriage factory, 213 Beau- 
bien. 

Bamett Lewis, clothing, 116 Gratiot ave. 

Bamett Wm. barber, 411 Russell. 

Bamum E T, wire cloth, 120 Woodward ave. 

Barry David £, freight agent C S R R, 214 
Woodbridge w. 

Bary Louis, grocer, 264 Third. 

Bartels William, grocer, 448 Grand River 
ave. 

Barthel Albert £, draughtsman, 37 Con- 
gress w. 

Bartbolomeur A JE, Dressmaker and 
Milliner, 119 Fort e. 

Barthum Thomas, grocer, 876 Michigan 
ave. 

Barzynski John, Polish printing establish- 
ment, editor Gazeta Polska Katolicka, cor 
Georgia and St Aubin ave. 

Baschel Mrs Elizabeth, shirt maker, 329)^ 
Jefferson ave. 

Batcbelder, €ook A; €0, Stone 
Yard, 53 Woodbridge w. 

Bateman George, grocer, 674 Franklin. 

Bates George W, lawyer, 18 Bank Block. 

Bates John, barber, 401 Gratiot ave. 

Bateson Samuel R, merchant tailor, 141 
Michigan ave. 

Bateson Sol S & Bro, Merchant 
Tailors, 93 Michigan ave. 

Batty James, photographer, cor Court and 
Macomb. 

Bauer Anthony, meat market, 999 Michigan 
ave. 

Bauer Anthony, saloon, 328 Sherman. 

Bauer Antoine, saloon, 337 Hastings. 

Bauer John, saloon, 566 Woodbridge w. 

Bauer John, saloon, gi Griswold. 

Bauer Simon, hotel and saloon, 80 Front. 

Bang^b Jobn B, Steam Forge and Ma- 
chine Shop, Springwells nr Qark's dry 
dock. (See adv.) 

Baumann Conrad, blacksmith, 356 Gratiot 
ave. 

Baumann John G, saloon, cor Fort and Lieb. 

Baumelster Jobn, Hardware and 
Brewers' Materials, 332 and 334 Gratiot 
ave. 

Baumgartner Franz, saloon, 225 Russell. 

Baxter Charles, merchant tailor, 1 56 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Baxter C Henry, saloon, 482 Woodbridge w. 

Baxter John, butcher, 295 Woodward ave. 

Baxter William, meat market, 138 Gratiot 
ave. 



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Partello's Patent Improved 



STEEL SPRING BED, 

noiseless. Dnratle aid Cli:ai. Nelliiiii; it tlie lartet Epis It. 

Manufactured Exclusively by 

vTOHISr TjOIECT"F?, (successor to B. PARTELLO), at 

286 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Beds of all -Siics made lo Order on Short Notice. Send for Circulars. 
B. ARMSTRONG. FRANK B. VAUGHN. 

B. ARMSTRONG & CO., 

MIkNUFACTURERS OF 

Felt and Urarel Roofs, 

AND 

HOOFIira MATEHIALS, 

Office, 219 Jefferson Avenue, 
DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN. 



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Bayer Martin, grocer, 338 St Aubin ave. 

Bayer Michael, shoemaker, 514 Gratiot ave. 

Beach Waller P, insurance broker, 90 Gris- 
wold. 

Beadle G W & Son, merchant tailors, 162 
Woodward ave. 

Beard Wm L, fruit and game,! Russell House 
Block. 

Beasley G F, lawyer, 129 Griswold. 

Beattie M & E, millinery, 330 Woodward 
ave. 

Beatlhf , FltzsimoilB A €0, Whole- 
sale Teas, etc, 200 and 202 Jefferson ave. 
{Seeadv) 

Beavis George, furniture, 359 Franklin. 

Beck Charles F, chewing gum mnfr, 50 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Beckbissinger William F, meat market, 593 
Macomb. 

Beckel Brothers & Simpson, cigars, whole- 
sale, 194 Jefferson ave 

Becker John, saloon, 158 Croghan. 

Becker John J, grocer, 494 Riopelle, 

Becker Bros, cigar mnfrs, 32 Monroe ave. 

Becker & Palmer, pottery, 776 Michigan ave. 

Beckwith & Petty, horse shoers, 40 Larned 
east. 

Beedzler Joseph, confectionery, 119 W^ood- 
ward ave. 

BeefBOn Jacob A Co, Commission 
Merchants, 58 Woodbridge w. 

Beggs Thomas, woodyard, 337 St Antoine. 

Bcgrow Miss Mary, hair goods, 21 7 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Behr Frederick, saloon, 70 Congress e. 

Belanger Andrew, boots and shoes, 975 Mich- 
igan ave. 

Bellkan Valentine, Tailor, 107 

Beaubien. 

Bell Mrs John, millinery, 467 Michigan ave. 

Bell Montgomery, boarding stable, 83 Lar- 
ned e. 

Bell Morris, saloon, 19 St Aubin ave. 

Beller JaCOb« Wine and Beer Hall and 
Beer and Catawba Wine Bottler, 1 1 Slate. 

Belknap Philo G,wagon mnfr,734 Woodbridgc 
west. 

Belknap & Drake, pork packers, 21 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Belz Christ, baker, 8 South. 

Bemis Chas S, grocer, 337 Woodward ave. 

Benedict Silas, grocer. 630 Michigan ave. 

Benham Miss Ellen, dressmaker, 202 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Benitean Ame P T, Lawyer, Moffat 
Building. 

Bennet, Joseph R, U S Marshal, Custom 
House. 

Benning Henry, tailor, 10 Jay. 

Bcnoit Emile P, grocer. 217 Fort. 

Benoit J Petit Ht Bro, Machinists and 
Brass Founders, 253 and 255 Croghan. 
(iS^ advi) 



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Bens John P, saloon, 364 Atwater. 
Bentler Frederick, boot maker, 4 Montcalm 

ear>t. 
Bentley Martin V, Lubricating, Bam- 

ing and Fluid Oils, 40 and 42 Jefferson ave. 
Berg John, blacksmith, 131 St Aubin ave. 
Berg^ Josepily Saloon, 1 13 Grand River 

ave. 
Berger Frank, dry goods. 568 Gratiot ave. 
Berger George, saloon, 242 RusselL 
Bermingham Thos N, dining room, 65 Bates. 
Bernhardt Julius, saloon, 526 Michigan ave. 
Berry Brotbers, Varnish and Gloe 

Mnfrs, cor Leib and Wight, Warerooms 

26 Woodbridge w. 
Berry J A dr Co, Paper Box Mnfrs, 26 

Woodbridge w. {Set adv.) 
Berry Thomas H, Great Western 

House Furnishing Srore, New and Second- 

Hand Furniture, 100 Michigan ave. 
Berry C A Co, Wood and Coal, cor 12th 

and Walnut. 
Bersbach Anthony, wagon maker. 
Besancon Fred, wood yard, 384 Fort w. 
Bethuy Alexander, saloon, 287 Atwater. 
Betzing Adam, grocer, 190 Russell. 
Bevercly James P, boot and shoemaker, 21 

Grand River ave. 
Bewick, Comstock & Co, lumber mnfrs, 9S 

Griswold. 
Beyer Chas H, barber, cor Jefferson ave and 

Shelby. 
Beyer Joseph, saloon, 436 Woodbridge w. 
Biddle House, J M Maxwell Manager, 

s e cor Jefferson ave and Randolph. 
Bieber Peter, saloon, 244 Russell. 
Bieker Frederick F, grocer, 159 Fort e. cor 

Hastings. 
Biermans John G, furniture, 186 St Aubin 

ave. 
Bigelow Albert E, lumber, cor Macomb and 

Cass aves. 
BIgly John A; Co, Pork and Beef 

Packers, 72 Woodbridgc w. 
Bilger John, shoemaker, 420 Grand River. 
Biikovsky Anthony K, meat market, cor 

Hastings and Napoleon. 
Billard John, billiards, 265 Lafayette. 
Billings Miss Kate, saloon, 9 Jefferson ave. 
Billings & Probasco, mantels, 29 Wood* 

bridge w. 
Binga James H, barber, 307^ Woodward 

ave. 
BIreta Phlletns P, Confectionery, 81 

Grand River ave. 
Bishop Levi, lawyer, 4 Bank Block. 
Bishop Mrs Lizzie, dress maker, 532 Cro* 

ghan. 
Bishop Wm, meat market, 321 Woodward 

ave. 
Bissell Geo W, vessel owner, foot First. 
BlMeli John B[, Attorney at Law, 

Butler's Block. 



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Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in all kinds of 



PAPERS, BLANK BOOKS, 



EmTelopes^ BtatioEery 



TW^iNE, Etc., Etc. 



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Bissell Thomas A, Manager Pullman's 
Palace Car Co, cor Croghan and St. Au- 
bin ave. 

Bissell A ^ & Son, forwarding and commis- 
sion, foot First. 
Bissell Manufacturing Co, mnfrs of adjusta- 
ble surgical splints, 206 Jefferson ave. 

Bittminn Peter, notions, 293 St. Aubin ave. 

Black D & CO9 Wholesale Yankee No- 
tions, 48 Woodward ave. {See adv.) 

Black L & Co, opticians, 77 Woodward ave. 

Black & Young, commission, foot Second. 

Blackburn Harry A W, Subscrip- 
tion Book Publisher, 3 Tribune Building. 

Blackwood & Mylne, plumbers,^ 264 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Blades Francis A, real estate, Hodge's Block. 

Blake Patrick, undertaker. 27 Michigan ave. 

Blankart John, wagon maker, Gratiot ave nr 
Campau ave. 

Blanke & Butler, ashery, cor Hastings and 
High. 

Blankenheim John, saloon, 391 Orleans. 

Blaser John, grocer, 598 Michigan ave. 

Blacker John, auction and commission, 61 
Monroe ave. 

Blesfi^ed dc Campbell, Grocers, 351 
Woodward ave. 

Bliesath Fred, shoemaker, 305 Michigan ave. 

Blings Mathias, grocer, 118 Columbia e. 

Blitz, Louis, scrap iron, 270 Atwater. 

Block John, saloon, 48 Riopelle. 

Blodgett Chas C, vessel owner, foot Wayne. 

Blome Frederick C, dry goods, 79 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Bloom John, sail loft, foot of Woodward ave. 

Bloom & Bloom, lawyers, 12 Telegraph 
Block. 

Bluhm Wilhelmina, notions, 211 Cratiot 
ave. 

Blumberg Louis, clothing 38 Jefferson vave. 

Board of Trade, Philo Parsons pres, Wm Y 
Rumney sec and treas,s ecor Woodbridge 
and Shelby. 

Bockheim John, grocer, cor High and Beau- 
bicn. 

Bodde Frank, boots and shoes, 93 Croghan. 

Boden Wm, grocer, 108 Adams ave w. 

Boehnlein G& M» watchmakers and German 
booksellers, 49 Monroe ave. 

Boettcher Henry, saloon, 533 Croghan. 

BogllC Peter H; Insurance and Real 
Estate, 137 Griswold. 

Boland Henry, saloon, 7 Brush. 

Boland Joseph, propr City Hotel, n e cor 
Brush and Atwater. 

Bolger Patrick, grocer, 241 Michigan ave. 

Bolio Edmund, druggist, 241 1 8th. 

Bommersheim Thomas, shoemaker, 485 
Macomb. 

Bond John H, Cigar Mnfr, 417 Russell. 

Bonnet H F, saloon, 46 Larned w. 

Bonslet John, saloon, 266 Grand River ave. 



Book James B, physician, 223 Jefferson ave. 

Booker Edward, billiards, 169 Beauhien. 

Boomer W M & €0, Wine« and Liquors, 
64 Jefferson ave. 

Boost Charles, harness maker, 660 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Booth & Hart, agts Averill chemical paint, 
41 Michigan ave. 

Boothroyd & Gibbs, books and stationery, 191 
Woodward ave. 

Borchard Ferdinand, Mnfr Furni- 
ture and Patent Relrigerators, 214 Macomb. 

Borchmann Charles, boots and shoes, 682 
Woodbridge w. 

Borrowman A, physician, 133 Jefferson ave. 

Bostwick James dc Bro, Junk Deal- 
ers, 120 Woodbridge w, cor Cass. 

Botsford ^ ^i A A McDowd, Flour 
and Grain and Commission Merchants, 84 
Woodbridge w. 

Botsford W R & Co, commission, 70 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Bottle Henry £, Horse Collar Mnfr, 
147 Grand River ave. 

Bottle Mrs H, furniture, 147 Grand River ave. 

Boulter Wm, shoemaker, 123 Grand River 
ave. 

Bourgeois Henry, grocer, 21 1 St Aubin ave. 

Bourke Oliver, liquors, 100 Jefferson ave. 

Bourke Walter, commission, 28 Woodbridge w. 

Bou telle Eleazer S, clothing, 16 Forte. 

Boutin Henry, shoemaker, 566 Lamed. 

Bowan Mrs John, dressmaker. 307 Lafayette. 

Bowe &. Shaw, flour and feed, 149 Randolph. 

Bowen Michael, propr Bank Exchange, 96 
Griswold and 1 1 Congress w. 

Bowers Joseph, meat market, cor St Antoine 
and Benton. 

Bowers Richard F, saloon, River road. 

Bowring Robert S, millinery, 149 Randolph. 

Boyd Thomas, grocer, 276 Grand River ave. 

Boydell Wm, paints and oils, 16 Congress e. 

Boylan James, spring bed mnfrs, 28 Grand 
River ave. 

Bracy Samuel F, blacksmith, Walnut. 

Bradish James L, merchandise broker, 55 
Griswold. 

Bradley Judson, physician, Jefferson ave near 
Leib. 

Bradstreet J HI & Son, Mercantile 
Agency, N J Hubbell, Supt, 82 Griswold. 

Brady Oeorg^e IV, Commission Merchant, 
and Dealer in Ingot Copper and Coal, I 
Woodward ave. 

Brady Preston^ Commission Mer- 
chant, foot Woodward ave. 

Brady A Co, Forwarding and Commis- 
sion, foot Woodward ave. 

Brady C M A Co, Planing Mill and Box 
Factory, 902 to 906 Woodbridge w. 

Brand, Humphrey & Co, paints, oils, etc, 255 
Jefferson ave. 

Brander C G, saloon, 20 Grand River ave. 



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Brandt Frederick H* Saloon, 205 

Michigan ave. 
Brauer Frederick, saloon, cor Michigan and 

Scotten aves. 
Brasna Frank, shoemaker, 532 Michigan ave. 
Brateliaw J B B[» .Wholesale Grocer, 

98 Jefferson ave. 
Brazel Thomas F, saloon, 50 Woodward 

ave. 
Brearlejr H^ill B[« Manager Advertising 

Department of the Evening News, office 

93 Griswold. 
Brecht George, saloon, 95 Gratiot ave. 
Breiler Edward, saloon, 228 Jefferson ave. 
Breithaupt John, saloon, cor St Antoine and 

High. 
Brennan James, grocer, 956 Michigan ave. 
Brennan John, boiler maker, 160 Larned w. 
Bennan John, cigars, etc, 313 Woodward 

ave. 
Brennan Patrick, grocer, 180 Abbott. 
Brennan Peter, real estate, 137 Griswold. 
Brennan Bros, dry goods, 190 Michigan ave. 

Brennan A Donnelly, Lawyers, 

Moffat Building. 
Brennan Misses K & S, hair goods, 175 

Woodward ave. 
Brennen William, grocer, 40S Michigan ave. 
Bretz Antoine, grocer, 197 Gratiot ave. 
Breuning John, saloon, 289 Brewster. 
Brevoort Henry N, lawyer, i Burns' Block. 
Brickner Edward, notions, 205 Alfred. 
Bridgeman & Co, fancy goods, I Opera 

House. 
Briggs Alexander A, cigar mnfr, 61 Grand 

River ave. 
Brighton House, Harvey King propr, 190 

Grand River ave. 
Brinker Hermann, wood, 362 At water. 
Brinkman Lewis, saloon, 498 Gratiot ave. 

British Ameriea Assurance €0 

of Canada, Jones & Taylor Agents, 88 

Griswold. 
Brittan Wm C, dentist, 114 Michigan ave. ^' 
Brock Addison, carpenter, 75 Montcalm e. 
Brodel John, coffin maker, 159 Maple. 
Brodie Wm, physician, 64 Lafayette ave. 
Brodkrob William, grocer, 616 Hastings 
Broell Mrs Cora L, millinery, 688 Gratiot 

ave. 
Bromley Edward, silver plater, 66 Griswold. 
Brommer Chas G, confectioner, 77 Congress 

east. 
Bronson Russell, undertaker, 94 Lamed w. 
Brookes Robert T, Architect, Moffat 

Building. {S^e ath'.) 

Brooks Anstin S, Harness and Saddle 
Mnfr, 279 Grand River ave. 

Brooks CF, Lamberand Salt Mnfr, 631 
Woodbridge w and Bay Ciiy Mich. 

Brooks David W, lawyer, Moffat Building. 

Brooks Henry O, Saloon, 104 Gris- 
wold. 



Brooks Mrs Mary, fancy goods, 457 Grand 
River ave. 

Brossy Louis C9 French Steam Dyeing 
and Cleaning Establishment, 62 Ran- 
dolph. 

Broucke David, saloon, 353 Fort e. 

Brown Daniel B, justice of the peace, II2>^ 
Griswold. 

Brown Fred, druggist, 198 St Antoine. 

Brown George H, grocer, 177 19th. 

Brown Jacob, Yankee Notions and 
Gents Furnishing Goods, 162 Jefforson 
ave. {See cutvp,) 

Brown James, saloon, 189 Woodbridge w. 

Brown Nathan F, physician, 760 Fort w. 

Brown Warham S, Insurance, 51 Gris- 
wold. 

Brown W E, mnfrs agent boots and shoes, 53 
Griswold. 

Brown D & Sons, meat market, 804 Grand 
River ave. 

Broirn J T B A Bro» Insurance, 
119 Griswold. 

Brown & Jennings, tailors, 117 Griswold. 

Brown & Klink. trunk mnfrs, 199 Jefferson 
ave. 

Browning Samuel C, hardware, 210 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Brownlee H^m. Cedar Telegraph 
Poles, foot Shelby. 

Brnbaker Henry B« Druggist, 764 

Fort w. 
Bruce James, dry goods, 128 Gratiot ave. 
Bruner Fred B, Carriage Trimmer, 70 

Grand River ave. 
Bmnton Andrew* Stone Yard, s s At- 

water e of Randolph. 
Brush James A, photographer, s w cor Lar- 
ned and Woodward ave. 
Brushaber Henry, boots and shoes, 229 

Woodward ave. 
Brushaber John, furniture, 302 Woodward 

ave. 
Brust Peter, saloon, 351 Russell. 
Buchanan & Bro, boiler makers, 207 At- 

water. 
Buckenberger Jacob, saloon, 218 Lafayette. 

Bueekendorf IIerniann,Meat Mar- 
ket, 449 St Antoine. 

Buckley Mrs, confectionery, foot Wayne. 

Buckley Patrick, grocer, 36 Laverette. 

Buckley & McCoy, grocers, 295 Franklin. 

Bnhl, Bnebamie ^ <5o« Importers 
and Jobbers of Hardware, Iron and Nails, 
103 to 1 1 1 Woodbridge w. 

Bnhl F, IVewland A CO9 Mnfrs and 
Wholesale Dealers in Hats, Caps, Furs and 
Straw Goods, Gloves and Bunalo Robes, 
146 and 148 Jefferson ave. (8ee tutv.) 

Bnbl Walter A €0, Hats, Caps and 
Furs, 109 Woodward ave. (Snr adv.) 

Bnhler Joseph, Meat Market, 210 

Randolph. 



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Bulkley John S, abstracts of titles, Moffat 
Building. 

Bullion Adam, dry goods, 313 Michigan ave. 

RllllOCk Silak W, State Attorney and 
General Agent yEtna Life Insurance Co, 
3 Merrill Block. 

Bullock Bros A Jewell, Corset and 
Hoop Skirt Mnfrs. 223 Jefferson ave. {See 
adz\) 

Bunnell Hiram, boots and shoes, 105 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Bunting Whitfield D, physician, 87 Gratiot 
ave. 

Burch & Allen, produce, 56 Grand River ave. 

Burchell Geo W, cigar mnfr,768 Woodbridge 
west. 

Blirck Henry* Portrait Painter and 
Photographer, 218 Orleans. 

Burge Jacob, siloon, 187 Lamed w. 

Burger John, grocer, 157 Macomb. 

Burk Mrs Charlotte, dress maker, 341 Du- 
bois. 

Burk Wm H, propr Detroit Commercial Ad- 
vertiser and Michigan Home Journal, 
Tribune Building. 

Burkard Melchior, boots and shoes, 256 
Beaubien. 

Burke John, Collins House, 42 3d. 

Burlage Gottlieb, grocer, 314 Rivard. 

Burnett Frank W,jeweler, n w cor Michigan 
and Woodward aves. 

Burnett Thomas, barber, 197 Michigan ave. 

Burnhum & Co, commission, 5 Russell House 
Block. 

Burns Arthur, meat market, 21 St Aubinave. 

Burns Charles, ship smith, 471 Atwater. 

Burns Daniel, ranfr American Thcine, n w 
cor Woodbridge and Randolph. 

Burnstine Aaron, clothing, 135 Jefferson ave. 

Burnstine Nathan, fancy goods, 103 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Burrell Albert .livery, 24 Michigan Grand ave. 

Burt A Clarke, Lawyers, Moffat 
Building. 

Burt Manufacturing Co, Archi- 
tectural Iron Work &c, Austin Burt, Pres, 
H amtramck. 

Burion F W, confectioner, 105 Michigan ave. 

Burton J Covel, ins a^^ent, 51 Griswold. 

Burton Nathan, millinery, 192 Lafayette. 

Busch Charles, hardware. 205 Jefferson ave. 

Busch Gregor, saloon, 216 Croghan. 

BUAh Ira D, Brass Works, cor Congre5;s 
and 6th. 

^\xA\ Jostphinc, milliner, 258 Gratiot ave. 

Bus'ipy I'v: Campau, real estate, basement 
Se tz Block. 

Bushy Mrs Sophia, confectionery, 498 Cro- 
ghin. 

Bu^hway Joseph, wagon maker, 57 State cor 
P. rk Place. 

Bussan ' Phillip W, saloon, 67 Atwater e. 

Butler Cfaarlts, saloon, \% Congrcti Ci 



Butler Wilton H, real estate, 10 Rotunda 

Building. 
Buysse Louis, merchant tailor, 295 Lafayette. 

ByramH, Nuppenau &, Clark, 

Door, Sash, and Blind Factory, s s Wood. 

bridge c of Beaubien. 
Byrns Michael, hardware, 1 10 Michigan. 
Byron G S, saloon, 29 Lamed w. 
Cadwell Frt^l A, Oculist, and Aurist, 

52 Lafayette ave. 
Cahoun Wm, insurance, no Griswold. 
Caille Joseph, furniture dealer, 593 Gratiot 

ave. 
Cain John, drj' gocjds, cor Butternat and 

24th, 
Cain Nicholas, blacksmith, 149 Larned v. 
Caldwell J anient Keal Esiate and 

Notary Public and Notions, 134 St Aubin 

ave. 
Calnon Charles, meal market, 203 14th. 
Calnon Jeremiah, grocer, 50 Michigan Gran«l 

ave. 

CalTert E.lthoffrapblng Co, Tri- 
bune Building, Thomas Calvert, Pres; 
Claude H Candler, Sec ; Charles B Cal- 
vert, Treas. [See adv. ^ 

Cameron John, Plumber and Ga> 
Fitter, 64 Rates. 

Cameron, Lyons & Co, mnfrs children shoes 
n w cor Woodbridge and Bates. 

Campau Alex M, real estate, 194 Jefferson 
ave. 

Campau Alex T, real estate, 124 Jefferson 
ave. 

Campau Denis J, real estate owner and con- 
veyancer, 140 Jefferson ave. 

Campau J<MSepll O, Grocer, 243 
i8th. 

Campau Theo J, real estate owner and con- 
veyancer, 140 Jefferson ave. 

Campau ThoS A Co, Groceries and 
Provisions, 457 Jefferson ave and cor Jef- 
ferson ave and Iron, Hamtramck. 

Campbell Charles, wood, cor Hastings and 
Montcalm. 

Campbell Colin, Insurance and Real 
Estate, 64 Griswold. 

Campbell Cyrille J, grocer, 4S3 Croghan. 

Campbell James IE, physician, 153 Roland. 

Campbell James V, judge supreme court, 
Butler's Block. 

Campbell John, 451 Grand River ave. 

Campbell Wm P, ferry and tug boat owner. 
Custom House Block. 

Campbell d^ SulllTan, Cigar Mnfr^ 
and Dealers in Leaf Tobacco, 163 Jeffer- 
son ave. {Seeadv opp imide back coz'er.) 

Canadian Express Co, T B Fargo agent, ctv 
Griswold and Larned. 

Canada Southern Freight Line, s w cor 
Griswold and Jefferson ave. 

Candler Edwin A, builder, 79 Beanbien. 

Candler Brothtrs^ bailden, Zf6 Atwatcri 



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Canfield Frank H, lawyer, 17 Bank Block. 
Cannata & Fischer, jewelers, 59 Woodward 

ave. 
Caplis James, lawyer, 23 Seitz Block. 
Carew John H, wholesale teas, fruits &c, 42 

Woodward ave. 
Carier Isidore, shoemaker, 467 Fort e. 
Carlisle Wm Ii« Insurance Agent and 

Notary Public, 1 10 Griswold. 
Carpenter Edgar R E, dentist, 1 1 Lafayette 

ave. 
Carpenter Wm N, lumber, 55 Woodward ave. 
Carr Dr Lyman W, Electro - Hydric 

Health Institute, s w cor Rowland and 

State. (Sff adv.) 
Carr Michael W, jewelry, cor 3d and Wood*- 

bridge. 
CarraTallah Isldor* Physician, 186 

Hastings. 
Carrier Augustus, lumber, foot Woodward 

ave. 
Carroll Daniel, hotel, Hamtramck. 
Carroll John, grocer, 160 19th. 
Carroll Mrs Julia, grocer, 510 Michigan ave. 
Carroll Thomas R, grocer, cor Congress and 

Dubois. 
Carroll Bros, boiler makers, s e cor Franklin 

and St Antoine. 
Carson John W, boots and shoes, 629 Michi- 
gan ave. 
Carstens J Henry, physician, 14 Macomb. 
Carstens John A, Saloon, Springwells. 
Carter David, sec Detroit and Cleveland 

steamers, Atwater e of Shelby. 
Carter Wm, barber, 253 Grand River ave. 

Cartwrlsht Sd Brother, Marble 

Works, 761 Jefferson ave. 
Carver David, merchant tailor, 145 Jefferson 

ave. 
Carver Edward T, oils, 14 Atwater. 
Case George F, livery, n e cor State and Gris- 
wold. 
Cass Hotel, Tyrrel & Bro, Proprs, cor 

3d and Wooclbridge. 
Casserley Patrick, grocer, 79 Elmwood ave. 
Castello Thomas F, fancy goods, 137 Grand 

River ave. 
Cavanagh Joseph, cigars, 558 Michigan ave. 
Chalmers & Clifford, hardware, 39 Michigan 

ave. 
Chambe Fred, confectioner, 220 Gratiot ave. 
Chamberlain, Campbell & Co, tobacco mnfrs, 

24 Woodbridge w. 
Chamberlain M H & Co, rectifiers, 12 Atwa- 
ter w. 
Chamberltn Chad A, Manager 

Cleveland, Saginaw, Detroit and Mackinaw 

Steamers, office foot Griswold. 
Champion, Adams & Co, flouring mill, 56 and 

58 Jefferson ave. 
Chandler Qteo C. Gents Furnishing 

Goods and Shirts maaetoorder,7i and 73 

Woodward ave. (Sie ado,) 



Chandler G S & Co, organv, Opera Houie 
Block. 

Chaney Henry, supt public library, cor Gris- 
wold and Rowland. 

Chapman Alhert J, Attorney at 
Law, 2 Rotunda Building. 

Charlan Zeb, Blacksmith, Z2th nr Fort 

Charland Alexander, saloon, 301 Atwater. 

Charter Oak Ufe Insurance 

Co. Ronald Kelly General Agent, 1 1 Ro- 

tunaa Building. 
Chase Geo A, lawyer, xoi Griswold. 
Chase Marcus A, lawyer, 108 Griswold, 
Chase Bros, druggists, 121 Michigan ave. 
Cheever Henry M, lawyer, Telegraph Block. 
Cheever Wm E, lawyer, 6 and 7 Telegraph 

Block. 
Cheney E & Son, dealers in New Wilson 

Sewing Machines, 172 Woodward ave. 
Chesebrough Alfred, agent Union Steamboat 

Co and Erie R R Co, foot 2d. 
Chicago Prepared Wheat Co, 34 Atwater e. 

Chleaso Seed C09 119 Woodbri^ 

west. 

Chillson & Millard, meat market, 117 Harri- 
son ave. 

Chilvers Wm, saloon, 6 Woodward ave. 

Chinese Laundry, 79 Larned e. 

Chipman & Dewey, lawyers. Rotunda Build- 
ing. 

Chlsholm C R ^ Bros, News Deal- 
ers, Grand Trunk Junction. 

Chivelier John J, ssdoon, 99 Grand River 
ave. 

Chope E & Son, wagon mnfrs, 108 Ran- 
dolph. 

Christa Nicholas, grocer, 377 Hastings. 

Christa Philip, Western Steam Marble 
Works, n e cor Monroe ave and Farmer. 
(See adv,) 

Christian Lorenzo D, confectionery, 227 
Woodward ave. 

Christiansen Hans A, grocer, 263 Jefferson 
ave. 

Christie Joseph* notions, 298 Franklin. 

Christoph Wm, carriage trimmer, 38 Lamed 
east. 

Christy Bros, lumber, 1450 Michigan ave. 

ChudleighWm H, confectionery, 274 Grand 
River ave. 

Chudleigh & Norris, billiards, 278 Grand 
River ave, 

Chultz Charles, shoemaker, 542 Gratiot ave. 

Churchill Mrs Jennie, clairvoyant, 245 Ran- 
dolph. 

City Directory Office, 2 Tribune Building. 

City HEotel, Joseph Boland Propr, ne 
cor Brush and Atwater. 

Clapp Benjamin F, news depot, 319 Wood* 
ward ave. 

Clark Bertan L, physician, 276 Clinton. 

Clark Charles, saioon, 104 Russell. 

Clark Cynis, saloon, 48 Fort e. 



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Clark Denis, shoemaker, 20 Clinton. 

Clark E Miner, boots and shoes; 745 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Clark Harry, barber, 217 Croghan. 

Clark James J, sec Detroit Fire and Marine 
Ins Co, 90 Griswold. 

Clark Josiid), meat market, 265 17th. 

Clark J P, ship yard and dry dock, River 
Road. 

Clark Lorenzo N, insurance and real estate, 
n w cor Fort and Griswold. 

Clark Bros* Cracker Mnfrs, 5, 7 and 9 
Orchard. 

Clark Geo & Co, fish and oysters, 329 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Clark & Crawford, insurance, 115 Griswold. 

Qarke Hovey K. register in bankruptcy^ 66 
Seitz Building. 

Clay Wm, wig mnfr, 119 Jefferson ave. 

Clayton Joseph S, commission, 4 Russell 
House Block. 

Qee & Coville, flouring mills, 146 Michigan 
avenue. 

Qeland & Moore, dentists, 13 li Woodward 
avenue. 

Clemens Joseph, saloon, 456 Gratiot ave. 

Clessell Peter, saloon, 150 Russell. 

Cleveland Bulk Oil Co, J M Lindsay, man- 
ager, 14 Atwater e. 

Oeveland Edward S, physician, 224 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Cliff John W, printer, 69 Griswold. . 

Clifford Daniel, saloon, 278 Michigan ave. 

Clifford Thomas A, carriage mnfr, 40 Ran- 
dolph. 

Closset AndreWjSaloon, 183 Grand River ave. 

CiMlte JfUneS O, General Agt Equitable 
Life Assurance Society, 13 Congress w. 

Cobb. Wallace A Ijaw, Stone Yard, 
cor Macomb and Beaubien. 

Codde Auguste, tailor. 65 Randolph. 

Coe Miss Olive S, millinery, 179 Woodward 
ave. 

Coffey John, tailor, 505^ Michigan ave. 

Coghlan Jeremiah, grocer, 252 Abbott. 

Cohan Louis, tailog 225 Michigan ave. 

Cohen Daniel, cigars, 352 Macomb. 

Cobeil MOfiies, Wholesale Millinery, 145 
and 147 Jefferson ave. 

Cohen Simon, millinery, 165 Woodward ave. 

Cohn Sigmar» jewelry, 57 Woodward ave. 

Colbert John, notions, 222 St. Antoine. 

Colby Charles E, shoe mnfr, 105 Woodward 
ave. 

Colby Isaac, Merchant Tailor, 181 
Woodward ave. (See adv.) 

Cole Charles L, meat market, 705 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Cole James H, blacksmith, 1 59 Gratiot ave. 

Cole John E, wines and liquors, 56 Michigan 
ave. 

Cole Walter B, gents' furnishing goods, 108 
Griswold. 



Cole J H & Co, grocers, 333 Woodwand ave. 
Cole W B & Co, Troy laundry, 99 Lamed 

west. 
Collier Oeoi^e W, Builder and Jobber, 

137 Griswold. 
Collins House, 42 3d. 
Collins John, grocer, 321 6th. 
ColUos liOtCf Laundry, work done and 

sent to any part of the State, 9 Columbia. 
Collins Wm H, Taxidermist, 153 Wood- 
ward ave. 
Coleman Henry W jr, trunks, 131 Jeffeison 

ave. 
Coleman Henry Wsr, gents furnishing goods, 

131 Jefferson ave. 
Colwell Eugene F, druggist, Hamtrmmck. 
Comfort B Newell, Comfort Hotel, cor 

Grand River and Macomb aves. 
Comfort Bros, druggists, cor Grand River 

and 3d. 
Comly D S, freight agent, 90 Griswold. 
Comstock Alexander G, lawyer, 47 Seits 

Block. 
Condon John, grocer, cor 7th and Labrosse. 
Cone Fred H, agent U S Express Co, 64 

Griswold. 
Cone John, notions, 25 Michigan Grand ave. 
Conely Wm B, artist, 1 1 Lafayette ave. 
Congdon David, Merchant Tailor, 176 

Woodward ave. 
Conklin James S, jeweler, cor Woodward 

ave and Larned. 
Conlan Peter, grocer, 655 Franklin. 
Conlon Patrick, groceries, 227 Congress e. 
Connor Leartus, physician, 94 Cass. 
Conrad Jc^seph, Wood Yard, 287 

Atwater. 
Considine John, grocer, 367 6th. 
Conway James, grocer, 360 Franklin. 
Cook Charles, grocer, cor Chestnut and Jos 

Campau ave. 
Cook Charles T, grocer, 207 Woodward ave. 
Cook E A, ship smith, 2 Wayne, 
Cook O B & Co, wines and liquors, 46 Jeffer- 
son ave. 
Coon Mrs Sarah A, millinery, 243 Woodward 

avenue. 
Coon Wm S, clothier, 148 Woodward ave. 
Cooper Miriam, dressmaker, 160 3d. 
Cootes Charles, livery, s s Woodbridge e of 

Beaubien. 
Copland Alex W, bakery, 16 Monroe ave. 
Copland John* Wholesale Bakery, 30 

to 34 Randolph. 
Copland A W & Co, bakery, Russell House 

Block. 
Copp James, grocer, cor 12th and Grand 

River. 
Corbett Cornelius, manager W U Telegraph 

Co, cor Congress and Griswold. 
Corbett Thomas, grocer, 219 Michigan ave. 
Corcoran John, physician and druggist, 314 

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Cornevin & Schertzer, repairers of bronze 
work, 79 Larned e. 

Corns Joseph, furniture, 121 Grand River. 

Cornt¥ell9, Price A CO9 Wholesale 
Paper and Printers Warehouse, 116 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

CJornra Wm A, Wood Engraver, 131 
Woodward ave. (See adv.) 

Cory P G & C J, cigars, 171 Woodward ave. 

Cosgrove William, frame mnfr, 295 Michi- 
gan avenue. 

Catharin & Colvin, boots and shoes, 163 
Woodward ave. 

Cotton James P, wood yard, 78 Adams ave 
west. 

Courtney John, grocer, 148 Sixth. 

Couse Adailly Wholesale and Retail 
Pianos and .Organs, 37 Monroe ave. 

Cowie Henry, dentist, s w cor Woodward 
ave and Larned. 

Cox George, wood yard, foot of 2d. 

Cox Wm G, physician, 65 Adams ave w. 

Coyne Hugh, vessel owner, Stimson Block. 

CFatg JameSy Produce Commission 
Merchant foot of 3d. 

Craig W H & Co, commission merchants, I 
Board of Trade Building. 

Cramer John, grocer, cor National ave and 
Myrtle. 

Criwas^e Wm J, Physician, s e cor La- 
fayette ave and Shelby. 

Crandall J S & Co, wood yard; cor Gratiot 
ave and Beaubien. 

Crane Albert, real estate, ii9Griswold. 

Crane Walter, 156 Jefferson ave. 

Crawford George, saloon, 112 Woodbridge 
west. 

Crawford Oliver H, wood yard, cor Michi- 
gan ave and Shelby. 

Creary George B, sewing machine case mnfr, 
57 Farmer, 

Crix George, blacksmith, 452 Gratiot ave. 

Crofoot A Collier, Lawyers, 90 Gris- 
wold. 

Cromwell & Ralston, bankers, 94 Griswold. 

CronenireU Fred, Grocer, 552 Michi- 
gan ave. 

CTOn^ejer A Kuntxe, Carvers and 

Sculptors, 49 Farmer. 
Cronin John J, news depot, 217 Grand River 

ave. 
Cross Donald, meat market, 269 Michigan 

ave. 
Croul Bros, tanners, n w cor Atwater and 

Bates. 
Crowfoot Charles A, livery, 217 Beaubien. 
Crowley Cornelius, grocer, 91 Porter. 
Crowley John J, druggist, 425 Michigan ave. 
Crowley Michael, grocer, cor Howard and 

Seventeenth. 
Ceroxon Richard, veterinary surgeon, 96 

Rrush. 
Crunow Hermon, cigar mnfr, 515 Hastings. 



Cuddy Wm & Co, ship carpenters, n s At- 
water w of Griswold. 

Cuenat Catharine, Fancy Goods, 53 
Eighteenth. 

Cullan John, grocer, 938 Michigan ave. 

CuUen Andrew, blacksmith, 167 Grand 
River ave. 

Culley [ohn, builder, 117 Cass. 

Culver George W, merchant tailor, n w cor 
Fort and Griswold. 

Cunningham Geo, hotel, 299 Woodward ave. 

Cunningham Geo W, gunsmith, 29 Monroe 
ave. 

Currie John C, notions, 1 27 Twelfth. 

Currie Hugh & Brother, wood yard, 254 
Wight and foot 3d. 

Curtis Alfred G, confectioner, 282 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Curtis Edward C, grocer, cor Riopelle and 
Lafayette. 

Curtis George £ & Co, wholesale leather 
and findings, 118 Jefferson ave. 

Curtiss Charles H, corsets, etc, 202 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Custom House, George Jerome collector, nir 
cor Griswold and Lamed. 

Dale John, dining rooms, cor Lamed and 
Randolph. 

Daly Michael, grocer, 906 Michigan ave. 

I>aly Wm M, Detroit Sewing Machine 
Repair Shop, 87 Michigan ave. 

Damitio John, saloon and wagon maker. 

Danlers Artificial Stone Co. Wm 

Brodie pres, C H Cary sec, foot I2tn. 
Danz Wm, blacksmith, 396 Gratiot ave. 
Darling & Co, wines, etc, cor Abbott and 2d. 
Darling T S A €o« bankers and 

brokers, 92 Griswold. 
Darmstaetter Jacob, brewery. 412 Howard. 
Darmstaetter Wm, brewer, 217 Cathrine. 
Darras Alphons, saloon, 595 Gratiot ave. 
Dash Jacob, saloon, 88 John R. 
Djivenport Louis, physician, cor Jefferson 

ave and Griswold. 
Davey Jabez, news dealer, 449 Jefferson ave. 
Davey John, meat market, 286 Michigaa 

ave. 
Davey Mrs T, fancy goods, 244 Grand River. 
Davey Willianit Meat Market, 235 

Michigan ave. 
Davey E & G, meat market, 723 Michigan 

ave. 
Davie James, harness maker, 240 Wood- 
ward ave. 
Davies Thomas, stenographer, Moffit Boild* 

ing. 
DaTis Cl&arles, Stair Builder, 14X 

Grand River ave. 
DaTiS E B, Slate Roofer, 31 Larned w. 

(See adv.) 
Davis Harris, tailor, 338 Gratiot are. 
Davis. James, harness maker, 345 Michigis 

ave. 



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Established 1833. 



F. Buhl, Newland & Co., 

Importers, Manufacturers & Jobbers of 

HATS, CAPS, FURS, STRAW GOODS, 

Buck Gloves & Mittens, Umbrellas, &c.. 



146 & 148 Jefferson Avenue 



Detroit, - - Michigan 

Edson, Moore & Co., 



WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 







190 & 192 Jefferson Ave., 

us. L. BDSON. 

GEO. F. MOORE, —^^ _ ^-^ Yt-«-« 

KANSOM GILLIS, T^ Ll " I ' UJ /^ TT* 

CHARLES BUNCkER, L J H ^ I It LJ I 1 

STEPHEN BALDWIN. Special. -1— ^ X— I J. A ^V-^ A -1. • 



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Dftvis Jane, clothing, i8 Michigan ave. 

Davis & Newberry, proprs Western Brewery, 
cor 7th and Abbott. 

Davis S H & Co, commission and fish deal- 
ers, 2 Russell House Block. 

DaTis ^ Spauldingy Building Stone, 
699 Wood bridge w. 

Davis & Trezise, grocers, cor Baker and 13th. 

Davis Sk Taplin, Florists, cor Fort and 
24th. 

Davison Crosier, lawyer, 164 Jefferson ave. 

Davison Darius J, clerk U S District Court, 
Custom House. 

Day A L C, barber^ Hamtramck, 

Day Daniel, physician, 21 Rowland. 

Day James R, tinner, 1 18 Rivard. 

I>ean99 Brow A Godftey. Pictures 

Picture Frames and Glass, 102 Woodward 

ave. 
DeBaptiste Wm E, barber, 19 State. 
Debboudt Eugene, physician, 563 Lamed. 
De Caussin A H, saloon and boarding house, 

193 Wight. 
DeConinck Mathias, saloon, 296 St Aubin ave. 
]>ederlCh8 Peter^ Jr« Architect and 

Superintendent, 171 Croghan. {See adv.) 
Dederichs & Hellers, planing mill, 563 

Gratiot ave. 
I>ee A Bates, Livery and Boarding 

Stable, 96 and 98 Lamed w. 
Deering Edward, sign painter, 44 Griswold. 
Deering William J, fancy goods, 271 Michi- 
gan ave. 
DeFer Joseph, grocer, 312 Franklin. 
DeForest Benjamin, wines and liquors, s w 

cor Randolph and Congress. 
Deginder Geo L, barber, 187 Randolph. 
DeCrolia Alfred S, real estate, 137 Griswold. 
DeGroot Albert confectioner, 444 Gratiot ave. 
DeGuise Joseph B, physician, 162 Randolph. 
Deinzer Fred, dry goods, 285 Gratiot ave. 
J>eltz Joseph^ Saloon, 625 Michigan ave. 
I>ejat Frank A, Meat Market, 1,007 

Michigan ave. 
Delaney Kate, groceries, 665 Michigan ave. 
Delano Fred M & Co, mnfrs and dealers in 

agricultural implements, 226 Jefferson ave. 
Delany Wra, grocer, 201 Wight. 
Deleski John, boots and shoes, 277 Jefferson 

ave. 
DeLisle Charles, meat market, 52 Fort e. 
DeLisle Peter B, produce, 721 Fort w. 
Dellies August, cabinet maker, 194 Michigan 

ave. 
I>eEiOS B C« Physician, 217 Jefferson ave. 
Delos Desire, saloon, 223 Atwater. 
Delp Pbllipp, Wine and Beer Hall and 

Headquarters of Detroit Great Western 

Band, M Hayek Leader, 48 Monroe ave. 
Delpiere Leonard us, saloon, cor St Aubin 

ave and Larned. 
DeMars John, saloon, Atwater nr St Aubin 

ave. 






Demass John, tug owner, 16 Woodward ave. 

Demmeke John, grocer, 400 Dubois. 

Dendel Henry, boots and shoes, 1 81 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Denk Joseph, meat market, 403 Riopelle. 

Desbrough Henry, meat market, 332 Michigan 
ave. 

Desotell dc Hatton, Boiler Works and 
Dry Dock, 508 Atwater. 

Desparois Avila, bakery, 129 Chene. 

Detlef Joseph, saloon, 753 Michigan ave. 

Detling Fred, saloon, 134 Clinton. 

Detroit A Bhj €)itf R B, James 
F Joy Pres, T B Sargeant Gen SupL offices 
cor Woodbridge and 3d, Depot foot 3d. 
{See adv,) 

Detroit Board of Fire Underwriters, B Vcr- 
nor pres ; Hanmiond Hunter, sec, 100 
Griswold. 

]>etroit Bridge and Iron Works, 

Mnfrs of Bridges, Roofs, Tum-Tables, etc, 
William C Colbura, Sec and Treas ; WU- 
lard S Pope, Pres and Engineer; S S 
Robinson, Supt, cor Foundry and Michi- 
gan Central R R. 
Detroit Broom Co, W F Thompson, 
Propr,s w cor Jefferson and McDougallaves. 

Detroit Car Works, (Established 

1854), Hiram Walker, Pres ; Geo B Ros- 
sel, V Pres ; Geo H Russel, Sec and Treas, 
Works, Adair nr Jefferson ave, office 94 
Griswold. {See adv.^ p. 2jj.) 

Detroit Cement Sewer Pipe Co, 

E M Carey, Agent, Woodward ave nr 
Brady. 
Detroit Central Mills Co, J D Hayes, 
Pres ; A Bumham, Sec, 400 Woodbridge 

west. {See adv.) 

Detroit Ckair Faetory, cor Fourth 

and Porter. 
Detroit Cigar Mold Co, cor Congress 

and Fourth. 
Detroit City Railway Co, S D Miller, pres ; 
Georj^e Hendrie, lessee 154 Jeflerson ave. 

Detroit and CleTeland Steam 

Naylgatlon Co, D Carter, Sec and 

Agent, foot Shelby. 
Detroit Coal Co, foot Rivard. 
Detroit Commercial Advertiser and Michigan 

Home Journal (weekly), W H Burk, propr, 

Tribune Building. 
Detroit Copper Mining Co of Arizona, D M 

Richardson, pres ; W H Bronson, sec and 

treas, office foot of Wayne. 

Detroit Corset Company, Mnfn 

Corsets Hoop-Skirts, Etc, 223 Jeffereon 
ave. (See adv. ) 

Detroit Daily §nn Co, Proprs Detroit 

Daily Sun, 1 1 Woodbridge e. 
Detroit Dry Dock Co, Ship Builden 
and Repairers, John Owen, Pres; E G 
Merick, Treas ; A McVittie, Sec, cor Oi* 
leans and Atwater. 



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W. H. DEWEY, 





PARLORS 



•AND 



OYSTER HOUSE, 



Cor. Woodward & Adams Avenues. 



DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 



ntmw 



Oysters in every Style 



EVERYTHING IN OUR LINE 



S^ui^i^ed to ?kf tie^ o^ ^l\of t >(oti6e 



Oatarlng for Balls, Parties, &o,, in all its branohes, attended to with 

oare and despatoh, 



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Detroit Emery Wheel Co, Ham- 

tramck. 

Detroit Fire and Marine Ins Co, 

Caleb VanHusan, Pres ; Edward Kanter, 
V Pres ; James J Clark, Sec, 90 Griswold. 
Detroit Frear Stone Works, Dr. Peter Stewart, 
pres ; Geo W Moore, sec, O White, supt, 
office 12 Moffat Building, factory and yard 
cor Franklin and Chene. 

Detroit Free Press, (Daily, Tri- Weekly 

and Weekly), Detroit Free Press Co, Proprs, 
n w cor Griswold and Woodbridge. 

Detroit Gas Light Co, 8 Lamed e. 

Detroit Gold Siyn Co, Miller & Simp, 
son, Proprs. Mnfrs of Signs, Show Cards, 
etc, 162 Jefferson ave. {8fe adv.) 

Detroit and Lake Superior Copper Co, J R 
Grout, agent. River Road. 

Detroit and Lake Superior Iron Manufactur- 
ing Co, Hamtramck. 

Detroit, Lansini: dc LtWdLe Rliclii- 

tan R R, James F Joy, Pres; A H 
eese, Gen'l Supt, offices cor Woodbridge 
and Third, Depot foot Third. (See adv) 
Detroit liOCOmotive Worics, Foun- 
ders and Machinists, C H Buhl, Pres; D 
R Peirce, Sec and Treas, cor Lamed and 3d. 

Detroit Maciiine Knife Woriu. 

Joseph Winkelmeier, Propr, cor Lamed 
and 2d. {See adv,) 

Detroit Mnfg Co, extracts and perfumery, 
76^ Woodbridge w. 

Detroit Mathematical and Class- 
ical Scliool for Boys, P M Patter- 
son, Principal, cor Farmer and Gratiot ave. 

Detroit Medical College, Theo A 

McGraw sec, adjoining Harper's Hospital 
Woodward ave. 

Detroit Medical and * Surgical 

Institute, A B Spinney propr, 93 Adams 
ave. (See adv.) 

Detroit Metal and Plumbing 
"WorlLS, Mnfrs Copper, Tin and Sheet 
Iron Work, Steam Heating Apparatus, 
Plumbing and Gas Fitting and Hot Air 
Furnaces, John B Dyar, Treas and Gen'l 
Manager, 52 Woodward ave, {See adv,) 

Detroit A Milwaukee B B, C C 
Trowbridge, Pres; W K Muir, Gen'l 
Supt. Freight and Passenger Depot foot 
Brush. (See adv,) 

Detroit Novelty Works, Wm H Teft pret, 
W Cahoon sec and treas, Hamtramck. 

Detroit Omnibus line, James N Brown man- 
ager, 150 Lamed w. 

Detroit Paper Box Co, L D F Armstrong 
propr, 3 Woodbridge e. 

DNetroit Paper €0, Butterfield & Burr 
Proprs, Wholesale Paper Dealers. 36 and 
38 Woodward ave. (See adv,) 

Detroit Photographic Copy Co, William H 
Howard general manager, 175 Wood- 
ward ave. 



Detroit Post, (Daily, Tri-weekly and 
Weekly,) Dnily Post Co Proprs, n c^cor 
Larned and Shelby. 

Detroit River Ship Tard and 

Dry Doclc, J P Clark Propr, River 
Road. 
Detroit Safe Co, John J Bagley Pres, 
A S Wiley Vice Pres. A W Rice Sec and 
Treas, D O Paige Supt, Fort bet Beaubien 
and St Antoine (See adv.) 

Detroit Savings Bank, capital $200,- 
000, Elon Famsworth pres, H M Walker 
vice pres, A H Adams cashier, 82 Grif- 
wold. 

Detroit Seed Co. John S Newberry 
Pres, Charles W Robinson Sec, Charles 
Cameron Manager, Michigan ave opp Gty 
Hall. (See adv.) 

Detroit Stained Glass Works, 

Friederichs and Staffin, Proprs, 100 Jefiei^ 
son ave, (See adv,) 

Detroit Steam iLaundiyy a4 Con- 
gress e. 

Detroit Steam Marble l^orks, 

E L Glogner Propr, 38 Monroe ave. 
Detroit Tribune, (Daily, Tri-weekly. 
and Weekly,) Advertiser & Tribune Co 
Proprs, Tribune Building, Larned w. 
(See adv.) 

Detroit Throat and liUnc In- 
stitute, M Hilton Williams M D Propr, 
251 Woodward ave. (8ee adv.) 

Detroit Vinegar Works, Wm C Bagley 
manager, 28 Atwater e. 

Detroit Water Works, office 221 Jeffenott 
avenue. 

Detroit Willow Ware ]IIanuilu> 

tory, A Dondero, 48 and 50 Grand 

River ave. 
Detroit and Windsor Ferry Co, Geo N Brady 
pres, office Brady Block, foot Woodward 
avenue. ^ 

Detroit White I^ead W^orfuk 

Worcester. Boydell & Co Proprs, 127 Jef- 
ferson ave. (See adv,\ 
Devlin Patrick, grocer, 553 Congress e, 
DoTlin TilomaSy Meat Market, 140 

Fifteenth. 
Det¥ejr Wm K, Restaurant, Ice Cream 

and Oyster House, cor Woodward and 

Adams aves. (See adv, p ^SS") 
Dewey J dz Son, (James and Ziba,] 

5>ash, Doors, Blinds, etc. cor Atwater ana 

Riopelle.(5;f/ adv.) 
Dewson Henry, saloon, 369 Michigan ave. 
Dezot Charles, saloon, 95 St Aubin ave. 
Diaek Miss H S. Fancy Dry Goods 

and Hosiery, 168 Michigan ave. 
Dick Christian, grocer, 192 Hastings. 
Dickenson Miss Lucy, dressmaker, 298 12th. 
Dickerson C H, hats and caps, 167 Jefiersoa 

avenue. 
Dickinson Don M, lawyer, 149 Jefierson ate. 



Detroit Head, Throats Lung 



TUTE, 



r 

AMS, M. D., Proprietor, 
dward Avenue, 

Permanently established for the cure 
of all diseases of the Heaii, Throat and 
Chest, viz: Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchi- 
tis, Consumption and all forms of Lung 
Diseases, Loss of Voice, Sore Throat, 
Enlarged Tonsils, Croup, Diptheria, 
Whooping Cough, etc. Also diseases 
of the EYE and EAR, through the 
most approved System of Inhalation 
Steam Atomizer and Silver Showerinj; 
Syringe. 

EXAMINATION of the Throat 
with the reflected light of the Larny- 
coscope revealing each and every part 

TIOTlSr FEEE.-»> 



ELECTRIC AND MEDICATED BATHS, 

Tin malting (his the moK complele and perfect Inslitation west of New Votk Citj. Thow 
Buhl tre puticuUu'lj' adapteil lo »ll Nekvous, Blood and Skin Diseases. Also, Diseases 
ud Weaknesses of Wodicd. and the cures that have been made with these Batht are tnilj 
VMuleifiil, eipeciallj in Nervous Diseases ofWomen. 

Fenons from the country, who desire, can secure board in the Institule at very reason- 

. tUe ntei, or they caji use the remedies at home, 

L If possible call personally far an examination, otherwise write for " List of Questioat" 
ud ''Cimdar," both of which will be sent free of charge. Address 

I DETROIT THROAT & LUNG INSTITUTE, 

! 361 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Mloh. 



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DET 



Dickinson George B, commission merchant, 
2 Board of Trade Building. 

Dickinson Julius C, physician, 775 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Dickinson Julien G, lawyer, 5 Bank Block. 

]>lckB &, Benedict, Flour and Feed, 
289 Jefferson ave. 

Diederich & Breisasher, wholesale wines 
and liquors, 72 Congress e. 

Diegel Henry, saloon, 468 Croghan. 

Diener John, baker, 337 Russell. 

Diepenbeck Rudolph, Insurance, 72 Con- 
gress e. 

Dietrich August, saloon, 874 Woodbridge w. 

Dietz John, boots and shoes, 68 Atwater e. 

Dihle Charles, saloon, 20 Fort e. 

Dike Solon, chiropodist, 12 Rotunda Building. 

Dillmann Louis, saloon, 46 Griswold. 

Dilyot Mrs Catherine, saloon, 216 St Aubin 
ave. 

Dings Charles H, news dealer, 139 Michigan 
ave. 

Dingwell Geo, grocer, cor Montcalm and 
Beaubien. 

Dippel Wm, blacksmith, 388 Grand River ave. 

Dlttmer Frederick^ Cigar Mnfr, n e 
cor Jefferson ave and Griswold. {See adz/,) 

Dixon Curtis K, commission agt, 23 Wood- 
ward ave. 

DoeltX G A Bro, Toys and Fancy 
Goods, 80 and 82 Woodward ave. 

Dcemling Geo F, Furniture Mnfr, 30 
Farrer. {See adv,) 

Doersing Fred, shoemaker, 594 Michigan ave. 

Doetsch Elias; notions, 430 St Antoine. 

Dollar Hat Store, Edmund C Jennings 
Propr, 62 Monroe ave. 

Domestic Sewing Machine Co, B Eldredge 
manager, 144 Woodward. 

Donaldson & Co, tailors, 166 Jefferson ave. 

Dondero Antonio, Detroit willow ware works, 
48 Grand River ave. 

Donoghue John, saloon, 704 Franklin. 

Donovan Joseph W, lawyer, 47 Seitz Block. 

Doolan Wm, saloon, Hamtramck. 

Dooley Thomas, saloon, cor Orleans and 
Franklin. 

Doolittle Geo E A €0, Wholesale 
Wines and Liquors, 24 Woodward ave. 

DoRan Richard, printer, n e cor Jeflerson 
ave and Griswold. 

Doran Thomas H, grocer, 126 Labrosse. 

Donnann Ernest, grocer, etc, 77 12th. 

Dorr George, propr Dorr's Hotel, cor Alex- 
ander and 20th. 

Dorr John, saloon, 406 St Aubin ave. 

Doty Duane, Supt of Public Instruction, 
OflSce Capitol School Building. 

Doty George, clock repairer, 57 Woodward 
avenue. 

I>onffIa»S & Bowen* Lawyers, 68 Seitz 
Block. 

Dowdel Thomas, saloon, 400 I2th. 



Dowling Geo, cigars, 221 Woodward are. 

Donrllng Morgan E, Lawyer, Mofftt 
Building. 

Donrner Kenrj E9 Wood Engraver, 
103 Woodward ave. (See adt*.) 

Downey Maurice, boots and shoes, 243 Midi- 
igan ave. 

Downie Mrs Alexander, notions, Ham- 
tramck. 

Downie Chas & Co, grocers, 117 Michigia 
avenue. 

Downie R & Son, grocers,^ cor Baker and 
17th 769 Fort w. 

Downing John, meat market, Hamtramck. 

Downs John, saloon, 143 I^med w. 

Drake Harlow B, physician, 34 W Fort. 

Dreher Casper, wagon maker, 216 Rivard. 

Dreher Joseph, grocer, 68 Columbia. 

Drexel Mrs Mary, drugs, 603 Croghan. 

Drexeleus Peter, saloon, 270 Macomb. 

Droelle John, saloon, 329 Bronson. 

Drouillard Oliver, saloon, 8, 10 and 12 Hast* 
ings. 

Dry Dock Engine Works* Found- 
ers and Machinists, Wm Cowie Pres, 451 
Atwater. {See adv.) 

Dryer John, tobacco and cigars, 225 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Dubois & Keller, sash, door and blind mnfrs, 
585 Atwater. 

Dubuar James A, block works, 24 Atwater 
east. 

Dacharme, Fletcher St Co, Whole- 
sale Hardware, 63 to 69 Woodbridge w. 
Duck James, saloon, 1 19 Atwater e. 
Dudgeon J A A Co, Dry Goods, 

Clothing, etc, 971 and 973 Michigan ave, 
Dudley John, crockery, 52 Michigan Grand 

avenue. 
Duerselen M & Co, druggists, 69 Monroe 

ave. 
Dueweke Frank E, grocer, 214 Prospect. 
Duffieid Samuel P, chemist, 78 Jefferson 

avenue. 
Duffieid D B & H M, lawyers, 30 Seitz Block. 
Dufren Geo W, grocer, 148 Rivard. 
Dugger Archibald, barber, 3d opp MC R R 

Depot. 
Duhringr Frederick, Ferry House, 

River Road opp Clarks Dry Dock. 
Duke Thomas S, saloon, 304 Woodbridge. 
Dun 'K G dc Co, Mercantile Agency, 

Geo H Minchener Manager, 159 Jeffersoi 

avenue. 
Duncan Robert, tobacco, 126 Gratiot ave. 
Duncan Wm S, maltster, 142 Beaubien. 
Duncan's Central Brevirery, Wil- 
liams & Co Proprs, opp M C R R Depot 
Dunlap, Donaldson & Co, ship chandlers, SI 

Woodward ave. 
Dunlap Wm H, clothing, 35 Bates. 
Dunn John A, restaurant, 82 Lafayette. 
Dunn Lawrence, grocer, 445 Ninth ave. 



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Dunn A Brother, Wholesale and Re- 
tail Dealers in Rubber Goods, 198 Jeffer- 
son ave. (Sfe adv.) 

Dunn I & J, grocers, 105 Lamed w. 

Dunn & Schoolcraft, saloon, 209 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Dunnebake John H, grocer, 196 Franklin. 

Dunnebecke Andrew, saloon 214 Beaubien. 

Dunnebecke Joseph, saddler, 99 Gratiot ave. 

Dupont William, druggist, 182 Michigan 
ave. 

Durand J H & Co, blacksmiths, 389 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Durfee Julia M, physician, 304 Woodward 
ave. 

Darkee Lewis P, Watches and Jewel- 
ry, 206 Woodward ave. (Seeadv,) 

Duross Michael, grocer, 425 Lamed. 

Dustin Selah, wood dealer, 148 Michigan 
ave. 

Duvemois F W & Son, insurance, s w cor 
Randolph and Monroe ave. 

Duwee Anton, grocer, 241 Clinton ave. 

M^^vi%\kt Wm M ^ Co^ Hardwood 
Lumber Dealers, cor Scotten ave and M C 
R R, Grand Trunk Junction. {See adv,) 

Dwyer Daniel, cigar mnfr, 390 Michigan ave. 

Dwyer Jeremiah, manager Michigan Stove 
Co, res 1,026 Jefferson ave. 

Dwyer Jerry, confectionery, 125 Jefferson 
ave. 

Dwyer John, grocer, 92 Porter. 

Owyer A Vliayt Wholesale Foreign and 
Domestic Fruits and Oysters, 68 Jefferson 
ave. 

Dzur Albert, shoemaker, 664 Gratiot ave. 

Earl Eg^bert B^ Vinegar Mnfr, dock e 
of Woodward ave. 

Earl Edward P, glass, 44 Jefferson ave. 

Earle Jeff, commission merchant, 9 Stimson 
Block. 

£arl, Crnmb A Brennan, Proprs 

Michigan Engraving Co, 25 Rotunda 
Building. (See adv.) 

Earnley & Co, grocers, 81 Gratiot ave. 

Easton Harry N, National Despatch Fast 
Freight Line, s w cor Jefferson and Wood- 
ward aves. 

Eaton Alonzo, land agent, Moffat Building. 

Eaton Orletus P, physician, 319 Woodward 
ave. 

Eaton Theo H & Son, wholesale druggists, 
28 Woodward ave. 

Ebert John, shoemaker, 142 Fort e. 

Eberts Harry W, roofer, 37 Congress w. 

Ebcrts H F, mechanical and consulting 
engineer, 37 Congress w. 

Ebner Louis, barber, 242 Jefferson ave. 

Excard Edward, saloon, 212 Russell. 

Eckner Herman, saloon, 505 Michigan ave. 

Edgar Wm H & Son, sugar, syrup and mo- 
lasses, 73 to 77 Woodbridge w. 

Edinger John, painter Gratiot ave. 



Edmondson American Spectacle Co, G D 

Edmondson, pres, A C Porter, sec. 10 and 

12 Lamed e. 
£d80n, Moore A Co, Wholesale Dry 

Goods, 190 and 192 Jefferson ave. {See 

adv page 2ji.) 
Ed^vardS Wm S^ Law and CoUectioa 

Office, 5, 6 and 7 Lewis Block, 94 Griswold. 
Edwards H D & Co, rubber goods, 16 to 20 

Woodward ave. 
Edwards, Murphy & Co, grocers, 25 Wood- 
ward ave. 
Egan & Wilking, blacksmiths, 152 Lamed w. 
Eggeman Charles, meat market, 372 Gratiot 

ave. 
Eggeman Bros, meat market, 457 Jefferson 

ave. 
Eggcrs August, blacksmith, 840 Michigan 

ave. 
Ehrmann Mark, cigars and liquors, 289 

Woodward ave. 
Eib John, shoemaker, 389 Orleans. 
Eichler Frank, saloon, cor Marion and Rio* 

pelle. 
Eigenbrod Adam, saloon, 292 15th. 
Eipper John, saloon, 30 Silver. 

Elsenlord House, Wm Eisenlord, 

Propr, 207 and 21 1 Cass. {See adv.) 
Elder Adam, pictures, 206 Woodward ave. 
Eldredge B, manager Domestic Sewing 

Machine Co, 144 Woodward ave, 
Eldredge Thomas W, real estate agent, Gm* 

wold opp Postoffice. 
Ellair A G & Co, commission, 80 Wood* 

bridge w. 
Ellehoff Henry^ saloon, 107 Gratiot ave. 
Elliott Edward A., 12 Lamed west. 
EllioU Richard R, Foreign Exchange, 

128 Woodward ave. {See adv page 2 jg) 
£lllott d: Brother, Woolens and 

Tailors Trimmings, 128 Woodward ave. 

{See adv page 2jg.) 
Elliott & Miles, wholesale wine and liqaon 

room 3 Tribune Building. 
Ellis Charles H, Civil Engineer, Ab- 
stract Building, 1 1 Lafayette ave. {See adv.] 
£1118 O € & Co, Boot and Shoe Mnfrs, 

48 I^rned w. (See adv page 2jg.) 
Ellis & Younghusband, physicians, 3 Gra- 
tiot. 
Elmwood Cemetery, W R Hamilton, supt, 

Elmwood ave end of Croghan. 
Elser Gautlet, saloon, 185 Gratiot ave. 
E'^ey Samuel, marble works, 424 St Antoine. 
El well Edward H, insurance, Moffat Building. 
Embech Mathew, tailor, 751 Michigan ave. 
Emerjr Aurastas H, Propr FmneyH 

Hotel, corWoodw ard and Gratiot aves. 

{See adv.) 
Emery Chapel R, lumber, room 5 Tribune 

Building. 
Emmons Halmer H, jadge U S circuit oom^ 

Custom House. 



DET AND BUSINESS DIK.RCTORY. DET 239 

ELLIOTT'S CLOTH HOUSE, 

128 Wood^vard Ave., fronting City Hall, 

RICHARD R. ELLIOTT, ) T^ L" I 'i^/^TT* 

JAMES R. ELLIOTT. / • • UHi i JTL^l i • 

Imported and American Woolens, 

Tailors' Trimmings, Billiard Cloth, Corduroys, Silk Velvets, 

ELLIOTT & BROTHER. 



•«► 



Old Established Emigrant, European Exchange, 

AND 

FOMiaH PASSAQB OFFICB OF RICHARD R* BLLIOTT, 

128 Woodvyard Ave., neap the Soldiers' Monument, 

IsTAaxjsBSD iM Dbtroit, Sbpt., 184T. "p^ l-i » P "P .(^ I'M 

Haviag direct corretpondence with friends and Old Houiet in the principal cities of Europe, used at 
CBUfrating points for people ccAning 10 America, in Antwerp, Bremen, Bergen, Belfast, Cork, Christiana, 
Chnstaasand, Copennagen, Derry, Dublin, Glasgow, Gothenburg, Havre, Hull, Hamburg, Liverpool, 
Leodon, Mayence and Rotterdam, I can control the speedy and safe transportation from almost every 
yeot ia Eorope. in connection with all the railway and steamboat routes in Michigan at very low rates. 

BILLS AND DRAFTS at sight on England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Germany and Russia drawn 
far any amount. 

O. C. ELLIS. T. GRIFFIN. 

O. C. ELLIS & CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



MEN'S, MACHINE & HAND SEWED 

Boots, Shoes and Gaiters 

ARCADE BUILDING, 

No. 48 Ijarned Street West, 



240 



DET 



MICHIGAN STATB GAZETTEER 



DET 



dnmoiis Harolcly Lawyer, 48 Seitz 

Block. 
Emmons Lewis W, merchandise broker, 55 

Woodward ave. 
Empire Transportation Co, Chas A Mack 

agent, 50 Griswold. 
Encke James F, physician, 773 Michigan 

ave. 
Enderline Jacob F, photographer, cor lOth 

and Michigan ave. 
Endriss Charles, brewer, cor Rivard and 

Maple. 
Endriss Gottlieb F, Beer BotUer, 42 

Maple. {See adv,) 
Engel Conrad, shoemaker, 296 Rivard. 
Engel Wm, grocer, cor Hastings and MuUett. 
Engelhart Casper, meat market, 492 Beau- 

bien. 
Engles John, saloon, 251 Grand River ave. 
English John, grocer, River Road. 
Ensch Peter, shoemaker, ss Jefferson ave nr 

Elmwood ave. 
Eplar August, saloon, cor Alfred and Riopelle. 

Equitable Ufet Aseiurauee fik>cie- 

ty, J Coats, General Agent, 13 Congress w. 
{^See adv^ 

Ene & Nortn Star Freight Line, 55 Griswold. 

Erdman Adolph, lawyer, 3 Rotunda Build- 
ing. 

Erlenbach Ph, boots and shoes, 65 Monroe 
ave. 

Emesti Herman, grocer, 369 Orleans. 

Erwin John G, insurance, s w cor Griswold 
and Jefferson ave. 

Eschenbach Andrew B, saloon, 161 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Esselstyn Justus N, photographer, 2 Hodges 
Block. 

Esser W11I9 Saloon, 46 Monroe ave. 

Este^ Furniture €0, D M Estey 

President, H R Tooley Sec, n w cor At- 
water and Randolph. 

Etheir Benjamin, saloon, 334 Franklin. 

Eureka Iron Co, A P Cook pres, W S Armi- 
tage sec, foot of Wayne. 

Evans & Walker, home coffee and spice 
mills, 96 Jefferson ave. 

Evans Wm H, physician, 378 Fort e. 

Eveuiug !¥eW9, (Daily), Jas £ Scripps 
Editor and Propr, 69 Shelby. 

Everhart Jacob, blacksmith, 183 Rivard. 

£urers Charles, Physician, 84 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Faber Adam, saw filer, 178 Hastings. 

Faber Peter, grocer, cor Calhoun and Pros- 
pect. 

Fagell August, tailor, 208 Russell. 

Fahsnacht Daniel, brewer, 419 St Antoine. 

Fairbaim Robert, cigars 120 Michigan ave. 

Fairbaim Thomas A, physician, cor Wood- 
ward ave and John R. 

Fairbanks George, saloon, opp Fort Wayne. 

Falrbrother Wm £, grocer, 64 Beaubien. 



Fairbrother George W & Wm E, wood yard, 

cor Beaubien and Columbia. 
Falvey Patrick, propr Central Hotel, 3d opp 

M C R R depot. 
Familien Blaetter (German weekly), August 

Marxhausen propr, 12 Lamed e. 
Farlin Charles D, pine lands, 4 Merrill Block. 
Farmer John H, physician and dentist, 31 

Monroe ave. 

Farmer Sila« A, Co, Map Publishen, 
cor Monroe ave and Farmer. {See 

adv.) 

Faman M & Son, meat market, 373 Michi- 
gan ave. 

FarUBWOrtll Ja« fl[« Dentist, 97 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Famsworth L L, boots and shoes, n w cor 
Woodward and Michigan aves. 

Farrand David O, physician, 85 Congresi 
west. 

Farrand, Williams & Co, chemicals^ dmgs^ 
etc, II to 17 Lamed e. 

Farrington, Campbell & Co, wholesale teas^ 
coffees and spices, 73 and 75 Jefferson 
avenue. 

Farwell Simon, mnfr straw cutters, cor Fort 
and Beaubien. 

Faulcouer Robert C, Pine Lumber, 
315 Atwater. 

Fauser Cliristy Machinist, 295 High. 

Fauser Martin, meat market. 445 Beaubien. 

Fawcett Robert, boots and snoes, 119 Michi* 
gan ave. 

Fayram Amos, accountant, 2 Butler's Block. 

Feben George, saloon, 309 Atwater. 

Fecheimer A Co, Toys and Fancy 
Goods, 215 Jefferson ave. 

Feclilieinier 4c Workum, Wholesale 
Wines and Liquors, 230 and 232 Jefferson 
avenue. 

Fecht Eugene, lawyer, 165 Gratiot ave. 

Feeny Thomas, grocer, 57 National ave. 

Feiertag Rudolph, boots and shoes, 74 At- 
water e. 

Feldman Theo & Co, grocers, 289 St Aubin 
avenue. 

Feldmann Fred, harness maker, 603 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Fellmann Joseph, cooper, 239 Elizabeth e. 

Felt John Q, civil engineer, 194 Jefferson 
avenue. 

Felton, Hanaford & Co, boots and shoes, 160 
Jefferson ave. 

Fenton Herschel, professor of music, room 4 
Hodges Block. 

Ferguson David, confectionery, 152 Grand 
River ave. 

Ferguson Wm, Florist, Erskine nr 
Woodward ave. 

Ferguson A & Co, lumber, 227 Grand River 
ave and s e cor Woodward ave and Elizabeth. 

Ferguson E & Co, boarding stable, 1 54 
I^umed w. 



DET AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DET 24I 



111 OU«t leofliff Conetn la th« WMt. > f 100,000 Squr«i of my Booflag &ov la am 

liUUiihtd 1866. / t latUtaadotliwClUM. 

J. V\^. GILBERT, 

Manufacturer of Gilbert's Patent Fire and Water-Proof 

Composition Felt and Gravel Roofing I 

SUPERIOR ro ALL OTHER COMPOSITION ROOFING IN USE. 

Office, No. 54 JeflFerson Avenue, 

Detroit, ... Michigan. 



Bufldinir Paper, Roofing, Felt, and Cement for sale. Roofinfir done In any 

part of the country. Orders solicited. 

O. L. BALLARD, 

Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in 

Stone Ware, Drain Tile, 



AND. 



B I IR, 1 1 1 C 




No, 753 Fort Street West, - - DETROIT. 



BriQk and Tile Yard, Dearborn, Michigan, 

I 



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lAICHIGAN STATE GAZETTEER 



DET 



Ferg^«OII S A Co, Plumbers, Steam and 

Gas Filters, 91 Jefferson ave. {Sff adv, 
first front fly leaf,) 
Femald & Dustin. Detroit steam laundry, 

14 Congress e. 
Fcmer Simon, clothing, 196 Jefferson ave. 
Ferry D in d: Co, Seed Merchants, 

Importers and Growers, 199 to 205 Wood- 
ward ave. {See adv.) 
Fett Charles, stone yard, 237 Cratiot ave. 
Fetters Edward J, grocer, 379 Grand River 

avenue. 
Fewins Wm, barber, no Woodward ave. 
Fey Conrad, saloon, 833 Michigan ave.' 
Fey John, flour and feed, 719 Michigan ave. 
Feys Lewis, grocer, 357 5th. 
Field George L, dentist, room i Williams' 

Block. 
Fielding & Ryan, restaurant, 132 Michigan 

avenue. 
Flerz £dward. Grocer and Saloon, 419 

Russell cor Webster. 
Finley Shoe and Leather Co, cor Atwater 

and Bates. 
Finn Wm, observer U S Signal Service, 27 

Bank Block. 
Finney's Hotel, A H Emery Propr, 

cor Woodward and Gratiot aves. [See adv,) 
Firnane Michael, lawyer, 3 and 4 Telegraph 

Block. 
First National Bank, Jacob S Farrand pres, 

L E Clark vice pres, Emory Wendell 

cashier, s w cor Griswold and Jefferson 

ave. 
Fischbach N & Son, grocers, 64 Congress e. 
Fischer Albert, jeweler, 16 Larned e. 
Fischer Charles C, boots and shoes, 347 

Woodward ave. 
Fischer P& W, watchmakers and jewelers, 

217 Jefferson ave. 
Flsll Benjamin P, Oysters, Fruits, etc, 

213 Jefferson ave. 
Fish & Levy, cigar mnfrs, 76 Congress e. 
Fisher John T, saloon, 221 Michigan ave. 
Fisher, Baker & Co, wholesale carriage 

hardware, 174 Woodward ave. 
Fi»lier, Booth A €0, Bankers, 68 

Woodward ave. 
Fisher & Stoddard, builders' hardware, 95 

Woodward ave. 
Fiske & Jenness, crockery, 88 Jefferson ave. 
Fitzgihbons James, ship smith, cor Guoin 

and St Aubinave. 
Fitzpatrick Thomas, poultry, 107 Grand 

River ave. 
Fitzpatrick P & Bro, meat market, 58 Mich- 

gan Grand ave. • 

Flach Charles, furniture mnfr, 65 Fort e. 
Flanigan Mark, collector U S Internal 

Revenue, 2 Bank Block. 
Flannery Jeremiah, wood yard, 405 Lamed. 
Flattery Bros, furniture, 98 Woodward ave. 
Fleck Charles V, physician, 261 Croghan. 



Flelseliman H A d: €0, Agents for 
Tauszky's Compressed Yeast, 189 Ran- 
dolph. 

Fleming J & Co, commission merchants, 7 
Russell House Block. 

Fleshman & Myer, dry goods, etc, Spring- 
wells. 

Flintermann John, physician, 193 Gratiot ave. 

Florence E & Bro, clothes cleaners, 114 
Bates. 

Flower Solomon, clothing, 15 Jefferson ave. 

Flower James A Bros, Kngineen 

and Machinists, n e cor Brush and 
Wood bridge. 

Flowers Charles, stenographer, Moffat 
Building. 

Flynn Jobn, Molding and Siding Mill, 
183 and 185 Larned w. 

Foex Mrs Hortense, fancy goods, 187 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Follett Herman, shoemaker, 1038 Michigan 
avenue. 

Folsom H d£> Co, Wool Brokers, 114 
Griswold. 

Foote & Brooks, mnfrs boots and shoes, 
109 Jefferson ave. 

Forbes & Son, auctioneers, 223 Jefferson ave. 

Ford, Cheney d: Co, Wholesale Mil- 
linery, 172 Woodward ave. 

Ford SNA €0, Detroit Steam Forge, 
foot Mt Elliott ave, Hamtramck. 

Ford John A ISons, Florists, 785 and 
787 Michigan ave. 

Fordcs James, shoemaker, 141 Harrison ave. 

Forkel Julius, grocer, 689 Beaubien. 

ForHcrook Isaac S, lap window shades, 13 1 1 
Woodward ave. 

Forni Vital, grocer, 523 Gratiot ave. 

Foria»yth Janet, Millinery, 279 Michi- 
f^an ave. 

Forsytll A Co, U S Standard Scales, 
H W Hall Agent, 13 Columbia w. 

Fort Wayne & Elm wood Railroad, F Buhl 
pres, fames S Stridiron sec, G S Hazard 
supt, office cor Fort and Griswold. 

Fivster Charles E, barber, 194 Woodbridgew. 

Foster Georcje A, physician, 85 Congress w. 

Foster James A, Artificial Limb 
Mnfr, 72 Griswold. 

Foster Jolin !>• Western Passenger 
Agent Great Western Railway, 157 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Foster John Y, barber, 77 Atwater e. 

Foster Wm N, saloon, 96 Michigan ave. 

Fountain Frank, iron fence mnfr, 26 Park 
Place. 

Foivlcr Alex D, Lawyer. No 10 Mof- 
fat Building. 

Fowler Henry, box factory, 17 Jeflfersonave. 

Fowler Qeorge II A Co, Agricul- 
tural Implements. 269 Jefferson ave. 

Fox Colin, supt Western Union Tel Co, cor 
Griswold and Congress, 



DET AND Bt^SmESS blttftCTOHY. DET «43 



C. L. BULLOCK. E. K. BULLOCK. J. H. JEWELL. 

DETROIT CORSET COMPANY, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Corsets, Hoop Skirts, 

Snd 1i)e deleWkted f*on)j)ii(ioui' Subtle. 



-ALSO JOBBERS OF- 



GENT'S COLLARS, CUFFS, &c; 

No. 223 Jefferson Avenue, 

Detroit, - - Michigan. 

J PETIT BENOIT & BROS.. 



Machinists and Brass Foenders, 



MANUFACTURERS OF • 

Steam Engines, with Metal Packing, Pat. Sept. 25, 1866. 

Malt Mills of all sizes, Pat. October 23, 1866. 

Tool Holders for Machine Shops, Pat. Feb, 27, 1865. 

Pitching Machine, Pat. October 26, 1869. 

Bung Iron, Pat. July 21, 1874, 

HORSE POWERS & OTHER MACHINERY MADE TO ORDER. 

Also, Agent for A. Babbgtt's Patent Bolt Cuttbr, the best in the World. 



H08. 263 & 255 Croerhan Street, between Rivard and Russell Streets, 



244 



DET 



MICHIGAN STATE GAZETTEER 



DET 



Fox David F, lawyer, loi Griswold. 

Fox Jas L, sugar broker, 55 Woodward avc. 

Foxen Wm, real estate, 31 Seitz Block. 

Foxen, Bnstol & Co, cigar mnfrs, 216 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Foy Bernard, saloon, 547 Michigan ave. 

Frank Henry A, druggist, cor Rivard and 
Fort e. 

Frank Sarah A, physician, 29 Lafayette 

Frank Wm, tailor, 61 Larned e. 

Frankfort Furnace Co, W C Colbum pres, 
£ H Rees general manager, office 14 Seitz 
Block. 

Franklin House, Chas Ruhl Propr, 

cor Bates and Larned. (Set iuf?;) 
Frantz Samuel, S fruits and confectionery, 

61^ Monroe ave. 
Frazer J Harrison, real estate, 51 Gris- 
wold. 
Freaderichs Christian, grocer. River Road. 

Freednian Herman, Wliolesale Mil- 
linery, Notions and Fancy Goods, 147 to 
151 Woodward ave. 

Freed man, Hesslein & Co, cigar mnfrs, 21 
Jeiferson ave. 

Freedman S A €0, Dry Goods and 
Carpets, 147 to 151 Woodward ave. 

Freeman George G, Barber, 130 St 

Aubin ave. 
Freiburger Fred, saloon, 954 Jefferson ave. 
Freligh Mrs £ V, dealer toilet goods, 288 

Woodward ave. 
French Mrs Elizabeth L, millinery and fancy 

goods, 267 Jefferson ave. 
Frey Gottlieb, saloon, 236 St Aubin ave. 
Friederichs d^ Staffing Plain and Or- 

namental Glass Stainers, joo Jefferson ave. 

(See adv.) 
Frigin Charles^ saloon, 608 Woodbridge w. 
Frohn Christ, baker, 220 High. 
Froman Mrs Maggie, millinery, 133 St Au- 
bin ave. 
Fromberg David, shoemaker, River Road. 
Frontier Iron Works, Philbrick, Christie & 

Co, cor Atwater and Chene. 
Frost milton, Propr Frost's Detroit Lum- 
ber and Wooden ware Works, Wight nr 

foot Leib. 
Frost €^orii:e S A Co, Land Dealers 

105 Griswold. 
Frumviller Anthony, coppersmith, 5 Miami 

ave. 
Fry Joseph, boots and shoes, 228 Randolph. 
Fuhrmann Anton, saloon and grocery, 695 

Michigan ave. 
Fulda A Kopp, Notarial, Foreign 

Exchange, Passage and Insurance, office 

10 Woodward avenue. 
Fulli^r Wm P, steam cai pet beater, 26 Gilman. 

Fulton Iron A Eng^ine Works, 

John S Newberry Pres; J B Wayne 
Managin*; Director, James McMillan Sec, 
cor Brush and Woodbridge. 



Funke Fred, mnfr Western cigar trimmer, 
171 Elizabeth e. 

Funke A Apely Wholesale Grocers, cor 
Riopelle and Maple. 

Funkey Anthony^ soda water works, 92 
Maple. 

Fwicr Frank, saloon, cor Beaubien and 
Lamed. 

Fyfe Richard H, Mnfr and Whole- 
sale and Retail Boots and Shoes, xoi 
Woodward avc. 

Gabler Lawrence, harness maker, 482 Qra- 
tiot ave. 

Gage & Miller, lumber, cor loth and Fort. 

Gage d£> ReniXt Sheet Iron Copper 
ana Tin Jobbing Shop, 22 Orleans, cor 
Guoin. 

Gagel Peter, umbrella maker, 25 Fort e. 

Gagnon John, saloon, 360 Atwater. 

Gahan Mrs Bertha, Saloon, 313 La- 
fayette. 

Galke Mrs (>, milliner, 165 Russell. 

Gallagher David, steamboat owner, foot of 
Wayne. 

Gallagher James N, Stock Broker 
and Lawyer, 131 Griswold. 

Gallagher Nicholas, grocer, 750 Michigan 
ave. 

Galvin Bros & Co, brass works, cor Lamed 
and 2d. 

Galvin Jeremiah, cigar mnfr, 880 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Gamble Hugh L, meat market, 100 Baker. 

Gammage Mrs Eliza C, confectionery, 164 
Gratiot ave. 

Garbit John, confectioner, 264 Gratiot ave. 

Garnsey Frank W, manager A & P Tel Co, 
66 Griswold. 

Garretson A T, picture frames, 272 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Garrison d^ Depew, Wholesale Gro- 
cers, Board of Trade Building. 

Gartner A Burton, Lawyers, 40 Seitz 
Block. 

Garwens Joseph, shoemaker, 564 Gratiot 
ave, 

Gassnian A Son, Boot and Shoe 

Mnfrs, 354 Gratiot ave. 
Gates Owinah, grocer, cor Prospect and 

Grove. 
Gaunt Samuel, grocer, 508 Michigan ave. 
Gauthier & Clark, wood yard, cor 4th and 

Michigan ave. 
Gavin Isaac R, furniture, 703 Michigan ave. 
Gawley Wm V & Bro, flour and feed, 59 

Michigan ave. 
Gay Hiram A* Co, Alhambra I>oIIar 

Store, 92 Woodward ave. 
Gdanice Edward, furniture. 407 Gratiot ave. 
Gebhard Frank, saloon, 376 Gratiot ave. 
Gei^er A Guilbault, Glass and 

Si one Ware, 52 Jefferson ave. 
Geiman John, fancy goods, 431 Orleans. 



DET AND BUSINESS DiRscroRY. DET 145 

J. MELCHERS. 

Sculptor, Moddeller, Carver, 



Detroit Steam Marble Works. 



B. L. GLOGNBR, 

(Saoomor t« JOHN B. MUS8CHE), 

Manufacturer and E>ealer in Plain and Ornamental 

lAMBILIE MAmiELS 

All kinds of Grates, 
MONUMENTS, 

And Moible Work in General, 

fi MOimUVE. (In Id. 3!), 

DETEOIT, - MICH. 



846 



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MICHIGAN STATE GAZETTEER 



DET 



Geis Mrs Josephine, confectionery, 71 Cro- 
ghan. 

Geist V &Son, undertakers, 51 Monroe ave. 

Geller Peter, grocer, 472 Gratiot ave. 

Genther Frederick, meat market, 465 Grand 
River ave. 

Oeorae K A Co« Contractors, Build- 
ers, Jobbers, etc, 531 and 533 Beaubien. 

Gerhard Anthony, grocer, 556 St Antoine, 

German American Bank, Edward 

Kanter, Pres ; H L Kanter, Cashier : 30 

Larned w. 
German Anthony & Son, confectioners, 61 

Michigan ave. 
Germain Daniel, land dealer, 108 Griswold. 
Germain Joseph, blacksmith, loi Dubois. 
Gerold Henry, saloon, 416 Chene. 
Gibbs Edward B, physician, 392 Croghan. 
Gibney Thos & Co, produce, 255 Gratiot ave. 
GibMn Emerson J, Billiard Saloon, 

13 State. 
Giddey Frank, lawyer, Moffat Building. 
Giddy Richard, oysters, 169 Michigan ave. 
Giefel Joseph, boots and shoes. 62 Lamed w. 
Gies Charles & Bros, bakery, 524 Michigan 

ave. 
Gies Edward, blacksmith, cor St Aubin ave 

and Wood bridge. 
Gies Frederick, real estate. 91 Congress e. 
Gies Geo H, orchestrion hall, 54 Monroe ave. 
Gies John M, saloon, 213 Croghan. 
Gies Paul & Co, sash and blind mnfrs, 57 

Maple. 
Gilbert Caleb B, physician, 37 Adams ave e. 
Gilbert James W, Composition, Felt 

and Gravel Roofer, 54 Jefferson ave. (.V/ 

adv.) 
Gill Jameill« Hardware, Stoves and Tin- 
ware, 107 and 109 Michigan ave. 
Gill John, saloon and billiards, 295 Gratiot 

ave. 
Gillet John R, tug boat agent, foot ist. 
Gillet Samuel, livery, cor Gratiot ave and 

Farmer. 
OiUett. A Hall, Commission Merchants, 

cor Woodbridge and Shelby. 
Gillman Edward, grocer, 135 St Aubin ave. 
Oillnian Win H, Dealer in Wines, 

Liquors and Cigars, 57 and 59 Randolph. 
Gillman Bros, restaurant, s e cor Woodward 

and Jeffer.son aves. 
Gil martin Peter P, Physician and 

Druggist, 195 Chene cor Lafayette. 
Gingras Joseph, sash and blind mnfr, 20 and 

22 Oak 
Girardin James A, notary public, 100 Gris* 

wold. 
Gisler Michael M, carriage maker, 162 Lar- 
ned w. 
Gitre Joseph, grocer, 506 Grand River ave, 
Gittins George, grocer, 46 National ave. 
Gladwin Chas A, boots and shoes, 114 

Michigan ave. 



Glass James, Wholesale Leather and 
Findings and Saddlery Hardware, 60 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Glass John, boots and shoes, 93 Jefferson 
ave. 

Gleason, Marcellus, meat market, 912 Mich- 
igan ave. 

GlOgner E T^ Propr Detroit Steam 
Marble Works, 38 Monroe ave. {Ste ath.) 

Glover Arthur, hardware, 1 14 Wcx>dward 
ave. 

Gmeiner JnliUB, Engraver on Wood 
and Metal, s w cor Woodward and. Jeffer- 
son aves. (See adv.) 

Gnau John, constable 4th ward, iioMuHett. 

Goebel Christian, saloon and cigar mnfr, 717 
Michigan ave. 

Goellner Gustav, saloon, 209 Gratiot ave. 

Goffinet James, wines and liquors, 66 Ran- 
dolph. 

Goldman Moses, hair goods, 35 Monroe 
ave. 

Goldsmith Isaac, cigar maker, 60 Clinton. 

Goldsniitll Lonis, Slipper Mnfr, 366 
Croghan. 

Goldsmith^H Bryant A Stratton 
Business University, J H Gold- 
smiih Pres, Seitz Block, next to postoffice. 
( See front cover. ) 

Goodheart Louis, grocer, 329 Jefferson ave. 

Goodman Alfred, propr Goodman House, 
cor Grand River ave and Griswold. 

Goodman Benjamin, dry goods, 276 Gratiot 
ave. 

Goodman House, Alfred Goodman 
Propr, cor Grand River ove and Gris- 
wold. 

Goodrich Ichabod, boots and shoes, 93 Grand 
River. 

Goodsell Oliver C, grocer, 58 Michigan 
Grand ave. 

Goodship Charles B, Saloon, ao5 

Cass. 
Goodwin Daniel, judge circuit court, 18 

Rotunda Building. 
Goodwin Hnrris A, physician, 291 Joseph 

Campau ave. 
Goodwin Seth, grocer, 728 3d. 
Gordan Louis, saloon, 99 Macomb. 
Gordon Alex, cigars and tobacco, 272 

Grand River ave. 
Gordon Christina, millnery, 603 Michigan 

ave. 
Gordon Richard, barl)er, n e cor Jefferson 

and Woodward aves. 
Gordon William Jr, saloon, 516 Michigan 

ave. 
Gore Arthur, saloon, n e cor Bates and At- 

water. 
Gore Thomas, pleasure boats, 68 Atwater c. 
Gorman Timothy, saloon, 4 Woodward ave. 
Gorton Wm R, physician, 266 Woodward 

ave. 



DET AND BUSINESS 



JAMES O'BRIEN, Pmj. JOHN DREW, Vict Pr«. JAS. J. ATKINSON, Sm. .nd Tre»., 

UNION JOB PRINTING COMPANY, 

CHAS. M. ROUSSEAU, Mknager. 

Book and Job Printers, 

Arcade Building, 48 Lamed St. West, 



t^ With increased ficiliiies, we are prepared to do all kinds of Work promplly and at 
bottom figures.~^| 

YOUR O RDERS ARE RESPECTKULLV SOLICITED. 

FRANKLIN HOUSE, 



CHARLES RUHL, Proprietor, 

..«er Bates and Urned Streets, - - DETROIT, MICH. 

BOARD, $2.00 PER DAY, 



24$ 



DET 



MICHIGAN STATE GAZETTEER 



DET 



Gough & Co, confectioners, 327 Woodward 

avenue. 
Gould Elizabeth, knitting factory, 3CX) Forte. 
Gould Waller 3, Wholesale Grocer, 

84 Jefferson ave. 
Gourlay James, gents' furnishing goods, i 

Opera House Block. 
Covin Charles, tailor, 281 Jefferson ave. 
Graham Joseph H, grocer, 327 Michigan 

ave. 
Graham Peter, notions, 649 Michigan ave. 
Graham Wm, printer, 52 B:ites. 
Grand Trunk Railway, depot foot 3d. 
Graneist Otto, saloon, 230 Rivad. 
Granger Charles W, grocer, cor Sycamore 

and 1^/4- 
Granger Edward, tubing mnfr, 93 Orleans. 
Orant Archibald, Steam and Fancy 

Dyer, 38 Congress e. 
Gravier John B, grocer and notary public, 

782 Jefferson ave. 
Gray David W, grocer, 230 Congress e. 
Oray^ Win, Real Estate, Insurance, Pa- 
tent and General Agent, 64 Griswold. 

(S^f adv.) 
Gray, Toynton & Fox, ranPg confectioners, 

s e cor Woodbridge and Bates. 

Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea 

Co, Alexander Esler, Manager, 120 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Great Western Railway, A Watson 

General Suj>erintendent, J D Foster West- 
ern Passenger Agent, 151 Jefferson ave. 
(See adv,) 

Green James, grocer, 223 6th. 

Green W A, lawyer, 108 Griswold. 

Green Preston, Furniture and Hard- 
ware. 222 Gratiot ave. 

Green & Adams, grocers, 59 Michigan Grand 
ave. 

Green Wm H, barber, 308 Michigan ave. 

Greening H & Co, dry goods, 145 Woodward 
ave. 

Greenslade John, Vinegar Mnfr and 

Dealer in Oils, 48 Jeflerson ave. 

Greenthal Louis, grocer, cor Calhoun and. 
Prospect. 

Greenthal Maurice, grocer, cor Prospect and 
Ohio. 

Greenwood William, grocer,*cor Fort and 
Twenty- first. 

Gregg N, saloon. 3 Jefferson ave. 

Gren^ory John C, Veterinary Surgeon, 
278 Jeflerson ave. 

Greig David, tailor, 60 Larned w. 

Grelling Gottschalk, photographer, 231 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Gresbeck Fred, jeweler, 171 Michigan ave. 

Gretz Herman, boot and shoemaker, 436 
German. 

Grevels Edward, grocer, 435 Hastings. 

Grewe Frank, saloon, cor Bronson and Or- 
leans, 



Gricser Mrs Lizzie, brewery, cor St Anbin 

ave and Sherman. 
Grleshaber B« Gold Pen Mnfr, 164 Jef- 
ferson ave. 
Griffin Thomas, boots and shoes. 127 W<M)d- 

ward ave. 
Griffin Thomas J, grocer, 179 National ave. 
Griffin Bros, Restaurant and Sample 

Room, 9 Brush. 
Griffin Sl I^ane, Boots and Shoes, 6 

Williams Block. 
Griffith Alfred, furniture, 91 Grand River 

ave. 
Griffith John Wi^ Wholesale and Re- 
tail Drugs, Chemicals and Cigars, 104 

Jefferson ave, 
Griffith Thomas H, druggist, 287 Michigan 

ave. 
Griggs Stephen, physician, 160 Jefferson ave. 
Grisinger Louis, saloon, 200 Russell. 
Grobbel Daniel, giocer, cor Chene and Jay. 
Groll Jacob, saloon, 160 Gratiot ave. 
Grosfield Anthony, grocer, cor Michigan ave 

and 23d. 
Grosfield Theodore, grocer, cor Baker and 

Twentieth. 
Grosse John P, saloon, 448 Gratiot ave. 
Grover Edivin B, Lawyer, Room i 

Tribune Building. 
Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Co, F A 

VanBuren, agent, 193 Woodward ave. 
Grueninger Theo, furniture, 37 Monroe ave. 
Grummond Stephen B« Vessel 

Owner, dock bet 1st and Cass. 
Grunewald Henry, cigar mnfr, 57 Michigu 

Grand ave. 
Grupe Henry, saloon, 38 Randolph. 
Gubby James, plumber, 23 1 Grand River ave. 
Gubby Mrs Mary, boarding house, 86 Fort 

east. ' 
Gudenau Henry, saloon, 494 Gratiot ave. 
Gaenther EiOUlS, Meat Market, 30 

Hastings. 
Gucnther Peter, insurance, 115 Griswold. 
Guilloz Paul, bakerv', 517 (Jratiot ave. 
Guilloz Peter, .saw filer, 145 Sherman. 
Guiney Daniel, grocer, 245 6th. 
GuUey O S, printer, 10 and 12 Lamed e. 
Gumbinsky Jacob, millinery, 147 St Antoine. 
Gunn Charles K, dry goods, 112 Woodward 

ave. 
Gustin Wm C, physician, 21 Henry. 
Gutekunst Wm, saloon, 233 Gratiot ave. 
Gutenaw Cornelius, meal market, 388 Or- 
leans. 
Gutenaw Gerhart grocer, 390 Orleans. 
Guth Christian, shoemaker, I $6 Franklin. 
Guthard & Son, grocers, 380 St Antoine. 
Hackett Michael, propr National Hotel, cor 

3d and Woodbridge. 
Haekcit Robert J, Manager North- 
western Transportation Co gf Michigan, ^ 

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Had^er A Oodfrey* Book and Job 

Printers, n w cor Bates and Woodbridge. 

{See adv. ) 
Hadida Solomon y grocer, 117 Harrison ave. 
Hagadorn & Cole, mnfrs burglar alarms and 

hotel annunciators, 226 Woodward ave. 
Hai^erty l¥illiain« Watchmaker and 

Jeweler, 52 Michigan ave. 
Hahn Amandus, saloon, 175 Gratiot ave. 
Hahn Henry, baker and confectioner, 5 

Jefferson ave. 
Haigh Henry, druggist, s e cor Jefferson ave 

and Brush. 
Hall Edinnndy Attorney at Law, 4 

Rotunda Building. 
Hall H W, agent U S Standard Scales, 13 

Columbia w. 
Hall John W, marine editor and vessel 

agent. Custom House Block. 
Hall Robert H, brick mnfr, 13 Seitz Block. 
Hall W A, artist, Custom House Block. 
Hall Wm H, confectionery, 323 Woodward 

ave. 
Halladay Georff^ £9 Lawyer, 6 Bank 

Block. 
Haller Michael, tinner, 591 Michigan ave. 
Hallock H & Co, clothiers, 168 Jefferson 

ave. 
Halloran Thomas, grocer, cor Porter and 

7th. 
Hamblen, Baker & Co, oysters, 182 Wood- 
ward ave. 
HamiltOII J B« Propr Howard House, 

cor Congress and Griswold. [See adv.) 
Hamlin Alfred E, grocer, 814 Woodbridge 

west. 
Hamlin Wm, cigars and tobacco, 83 Lamed 

east. 
Hammond Fred, grocer, 143 3d. 
Hammond Thomas, meat market, 145 3d. 
Hammond G H & Co, shij)pers of dressed 

beef, 38 Michigan Grand ave. 
Hammond, Standish & Co, pork and beef 

packers, 36 and 38 Michigan Grand ave. 

Hamtramck Iron Works, £ C 

Walker Pres ; Geo H Russel Sec and 
Treas; R S Dillon Supt; Furnace and 
Foundry, Wight foot of Meldrum; office 
94 Griswold. [See adv, p. 223,) 

Hand George E, lawyer, 162 Jefferson ave. 

Hanke Joseph, grocer, 165 Hastings. 

Hanley Bros, dry goods, 209 and 211 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Hanley Oeorge A Bro, Plain and 

Ornamental Plasterers, 78 Congress e. 
[See adv.) 

Hann Emma, millinery, 132 Gratiot ave 

Clanna AOO9 Tobacco Mnfrs, 34 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Hannimann John B, grocer, 358 Fort e. 

Hanselman George, old clothes, 263 Gratiot 
ave. 

Hanser Isidor, grocer, 315 Croghan. 



Hansing Henry, bell hanger, 68 Fort e. 
HansinS ft Schnecfe, Wholesale 

Yankee Notions, 206 Jefferson ave. \Su 

adv,) 
Hanson A Terns, Wholesale Dealen 

in Rags, Paper Stock, Metals, etc, 211 

Adams ave e. {See adv.) 
Harff Frank, liquors, 65 Michigan ave. 

HarffreaTes If nfs €0, Picture 

Frame Mnfrs, 17th, Howard and 18th. 
Haris & Co, bakers, 140 Gratiot ave. 
Harlman William, blacksmith, 99 Hastings. 
Harlow Alonzo, physician, 13 John R. 
Harmon & Sager, Lawyers, 15 Bank 

Block. 
Harris Edwin T, restaurant. 54 Michigan 

Grand ave. 
Harris Greenbec, hair goods, 249 Gratiot ave. 
Harris Joseph W, Grocery and Sa- 
loon, 708 Franklin. 
Harrison Abram, hatter, 260 Gratiot ave. 
Hart Abraham, clothing, 46 Woodward ave. 
Hart Edward, stone yard, 352 Atwater. 
Hart Isaac General Agent Manhattan 

Life Insurance Co, over Preston's Bank. 
Hart James A, baker, 44 Fort e. 
Hart F D & Co, grocers, 50 Michigan ave. 
Hart J & Co, confectionery, 215 Grand 

River ave. 
Hartness James, Mnfr Fulling and 

Scouring Soap for Woolen Mnfrs, 174 

Franklin. 
Hariswill Philip, artist, 85 Park. 
Harvey John, druggist, 205 Woodward ave. 
Harvey Andreur A Son, Brass Foun- 
ders and Machinists, 147 Woodbridge w. 
Haskett Wm, grocer, cor 12th and Grand 

River ave. 
Hasse John, carpet weaver, 374 Dubois. 
Hasse John, grocer, 362 St Aubin ave. 
Hastings Charles H, physician, 100 Lafayette 

avenue. 
Hatch & Mansfield, flouring mill, cor 2d 

and Lamed. 
Hatzenbuhler John, saloon, 315 Fort e. 
Haubrich Joseph P, saloon, 233 Michigan 

avenue. 
Haug Christian F, grocer 255 Watson. 
Hauser Goddard,saloon,6io Woodbridge w. 
Hauser John, grocer, 406 Riopelle. 
Hausherr Wm C, grocer, 470 Grand 

River ave. 
Hausmann Peter, confectioner, 26 Croghan, 
Hanres Alfred E, Attorney at Law, 3 

Rotunda Building. 
Hawksley Joseph B, carpenter, 16 Elizabeth. 
Hawley John, saloon, 294 Franklin. 
Hawley T D & Co, maltsters, 68 ist. 
Hawman Samuel, hardware, 325 Jeffersoo 

avenue. 
Haxton Benjamin, notary public, 195 jeffer- 

son ave. 
Hayden Peter, grocer, 328 Michigan ave. 



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DETROIT. - - - MIOmGAN. 



The liSlfest Style of Center Pieces, Braoketa, ModlllionB, Ornaments, 
Ibr Cknnioes, on hand and shipped to any part of the State, at Rea- 
sonable rates. 

Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

CAST STEEL SAWS 

ALL KINDS OF 

SAWS MADE TO ORDER. 

Repairing Done on Short Notice. 

No8. 66 and 68 East Fort Street, 

DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN. 

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nayden & Baldwin, Wholesale Sad- 
dlery Hardware and Carriage Trimmings, 
104 Woodward ave. 

Hayes Miss Mary, dressmaker, 16 Gratiot 
avenue. 

Hayes Robert, meat market, 48 Michigan 
Grand ave. 

Haywood George W, oils, n w cor Wood- 
bridge and Randolph. 

Hazard & Brewster, gents furnishing goods, 
139 Jefferson ave, 

Heabeler David, grocer, 460 Sherman. 

Heabeler Mrs Susanna, dressmaker, 458 
Sherman . 

Ueames H A Son* Lime Mnfrs, Kiln 
and Yard cor Woodbridge and 24th, 
Branch Office 63 Woodbridge w. {See adv.) 

Heames W E A Co« Commission 
Flour Merchants and Fire Brick, 63 
Woodbridge w. (See adv.) 

Heath & Palmer, dressmakers, 89 Porter. 

Heaton Abram S, physician, 439 Woodward , 
avenue. 

HcaTenricIl Bros, Wholesale Cloth- 
iers and Jobbers in Woolens, 134 and 136 
Jefferson ave. 

Hebbard Charles B, insurance and real 
estate, 96 Griswold, 

Hebert John, saloon, 129 Elmwood ave. 

Heble Adolph, saloon, 300 Woodbridge w. 

Heck Jacob, saloon, 347 Gratiot ave. 

Hees & Gutekunst, mnfg jewelers, i Larned 
west. 

BcflTron Jobn, Wholesale Oysters and 
Fruits, 218 Jefferson ave. 

Heineman, Bntzel A €0, Whole- 
sale Clothiers and Importers, Foreign 
and Domestic Woolens, 142 and 144 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Heinick Charles, saloon, 31 Fort e. 

Heiser Jacob & Bro, cigar mnfr», 404 Fort e. 

Heite Henry, wagon maker, 647 Michigan 
avenue. 

Heley Edmund, grocer, 325 Watson. 

Helfenbein Joseph, stoves, 418 Antoine. 

Heller Abraham, clothier, 12^ Woodward 
ave. 

Heller John, saloon, 405 Gratiot ave. 

Hellwig Mrs Christina, grocer, 254 Rivard. 

Helm Mrs Sophia, notions, 344 Lafayette. 

Helrigel Madam S, prof of languages and 
music, 1 1 Lafayette ave. 

Hemel John V D, saloon, 1 13 Randolph. 

Hemenway Mrs S, notions, 316 Gratiot ave. 

Hempel Charles, hardware, 362 Gratiot ave. 

I lenderson Wm, dry goods, 1 70 Michigan ave. 

If endrle dc Co, Railroad Cartage Agts 
1 54 Jefferson ave. 

IIenf|[AtebeGk Cbrl8tiaii,Paper Deal- 
er, and Mnfr Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron 
ware, 81 and 83 Croghan. (Set adv.) 

Hengstebeck C & J, paper dealers, 83 Cro- 
ghan. 



Henkel Alfred, collector, 709 Fort w. 
Henkel Peter, wholesale grocer, 103 Ran* 

dolph. 
Benkel A Toorhees, Proprs Com- 
mercial Flouring Mills, s w cor Raadolph 

and Woodbridge. 
Benry John B, Mnfr Boots and Shoes, 

7 Jefllerson ave. 
Henry Robert, grocer, 215 Abbott. 
Bensien John P, Wholesale and Re< 

tail Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, 132 

and 134 Antoine. (See adv.) 
Hepburn James H, gunsmith, 252 Grstiot 

ave. 

Berald A Torchliffht, (Religions 

Weekly,) L H Trowbridge, Editor and 

Proprietor, 211 Jefferson avp. (See adv.) 
Berbeson A Beams* Produce Dealers, 

91 Michigan ave. 
Herfurth Charles, furniture, 100 Gratiot are. 
Heron George, livery, 278 Jefferson ave. 
Herppich Christ, meat market, 269 Gradot 

ave. 
Herrmann Gottlieb, notions, 235 Columbia. 
Herschleb Alwen, baker, 515 Clinton ave. 
Herzberg & Bieber, notions, 29 Michigai 

ave. 
Herzog Herman, druggist^cor Ointon and 

St Aubin ave. 
Hess Julius, architect, 12 Bank Block. 
Hesse Francis, saloon, 2 Catharine. 
Hesselbacher Oswald, confectioner, 220 Jef 

ferson ave. 
Heuser Joseph, saloon and brewery. 
Hewitt Robert, saloon, 296 Woodbridge w. 
He^n Harry* Propr Russell House Ba- 

zaar, Russell House. 
Hickey Charles C, lawyer, Moffat Building. 
Hickey Daniel, flour and feed, 184 6th. 
Hickey & Leary, horse shoers, 153 Lamed 

west. 
Hickey Patrick, livery, 347 Michigan ave. 
Hien John, grocer, 355 Chestnut. 
BIger liewiSy Hides, Pelts, Tallow, etc, 

cor Grand River ave and Ash. 
Higgins Charles, saloon, 571 Michigan ave. 
Higgins M Charles, wholesale notions, iSa 

Jefferson ave. 
Higgins Thomas, saloon, 340 Michigan are. 
Hilderscheit Peter, meat market, 316 Cro- 
ghan. 
Hill Albert W, barber, Russell Honsc 

Block. 
*Bill BnKO, Wholesale and Retail Mil- 
linery, 78 Woodward ave. 
Hill Thomas, commission, 30 Woodbridge w. 
Hill Wm R, washing machine repairer, 53 

Farmer. 
Hill Bros & Co, wholesale grocers, lOi 

Larned w. 
Hiller John G, boots and shoes, 27 Monroe 

ave. 
Hilley Owen, saloon, 12 Lamed w. 



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It grants all desirable forms of life insurance on the most favorable terms. 

J. W. LANGDON, General Agent, 
Seitz Block, DETROIT, MICH. 

LEONAED LAUKEHSE k CO., 



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Manufacturers and Jobbers of 

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50 Woodward Ave.. (Cor. Jefferson, up stairs,) DETROIT. MICH. 

D. M. FERRY & CO., 

Seed Merchants, 

IMPORTERS AND GROWERS. 

Office, Store and Warehouse, 199 to 205 Woodward Avenue, 

DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 
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Hlndunaii Ony F A Co, Ship 

Chandlery, i6 and 15 Atwater w. 

Bineliinan T H A Sons, Wholesale 

Dnigg^ists and Grocers, established 1809. 
78 and 80 Jefferson ave. 

Hinden Malthlan, Mnfr Mathematical 
Instruments, 194 Jefferson ave. 

Hines James, grocer, 307 5th. 

Hinman Alfred B, oils, 54 Shelby. 

Hinsdale Edwin C, lawyer, 19 Moffat Build- 
ing. 

Hinteriiilster Beory, Merchant 

Tailor, 207 Jefferson ave- {See adv outside 
back cover,) 

Hirschman Louis, boots and shoes, 82 Gra- 
tiot ave. 

Hirons Wm B, liquors, 34 Lamed w. 

Hitchcock, Esselstyn & Co, wholesale wool- 
ens, 185 Jefferson ave. 

Hitchins Robert T, saloon, 3 Church. 

Hobart Wm, sail maker, foct 3d. 

Cloclisraef Max, Metal Engraver, 103 
Woodward ave. {See adv) 

Hock Jacob J, hardware, 719 Fort wand 
325 Michigan ave. 

Bodffe Samnel F, Founder and Ma- 
chinist, cor Atwater and Rivard 

Bodg^es Bros. Insurance and Land Of- 
6ce, 176 Griswofd. 

Bodskln Robert, Dealer in Coal 
Tar and Pitch, 54 Jefferson ave. {See adv.) 

Hoetger John, clothing, 496 Gratiot ave. 

Hoey John, grocer, 308 12th. 

Hoff Valentine, grocer, and saloon, 327 Mont- 
calm. 

Hoffman Geo W, insurance, 2 Merrill Block. 

Hoffman Jacob, saloon, 322 Woodbridge w. 

Hoffman Wm, upholsterer, 336 Brush. 

Hoffner & Mayes, ship chandlers, 12 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Hogan James, grocer, cor 13^ and Dalzelle. 

Hogan Michael F, grocer, 288 Michigan ave. 

Hogguer Fred F W, druggist, 395 Michigan 
ave. 

Holbrook DeWitt C, lawyer,' Moffat Build- 
ing. 

Holihan James, grocer, Hamtramck. 

Holland Mrs N, saloon, 336 Michigan ave. 

Hollenback Nathaniel P, physician, 2974th. 

Holling John, saloon, 16 Congress w. 

HoUings John F, saloon, 249 Jefferson ave. 

Hollstein John, saloon, cor Clinton and 
Russell. 

Hollywood James M, physician, 206 Jefferson 
ave. 

Bolmetl DaTidy Cigar Mnfr, 26 Michi- 
gan Grand ave. [See adv,) 

Holmes Sophia, saloon, s e cor Beaubien and 
Woodbridge. 

Bolmes A Webnter, Mnfrs and 

Erectors Hot Air Furnaces, Plumbers, 
Gas Fitters and Sheet Iron Workers, 115 
Jefferson ave cor Shelby. (See adv.) 



Hoi ten Christ, saloon, 42 Crawford. 

Holthoefer Casper J, 135 Woodward are. 

Holzmann Joseph, meat market, 302 St An- 
bin ave. 

Homburg George, cabinet maker, 96 Lafay- 
ette. 

Borne liife losarance Co of New 

York, Jones & Taylor, General Agents, 88 
Griswold. 

Borne Searing Maclilne O, Ed- 
ward B Wright, General Agent, 30 Grand 
River ave. 

Homeopathic College, Dr F X Spranger, 
pres, Dr E R Ellis, sec, cor Grand River 
and Woodward aves. 

Hommel Mary A, grocer, cor 3d and Abbott 

Honor Wm B, furniture, 354 St Aubin are. 

Honses Adam, barber, 480 Gratiot ave. 

Houses John, notions, 291 13th. 

Hopkin John, carriage maker, cor Farmer 
and John R. 

Hopkin Robert, artist, 1 1 Lafayette ave. 

Hopson & Bergmann, galvanized iron cor- 
nices, cor Gratiot ave and Randolph, 

Horam Thomas J, saloon, cor Cherry and 
Grand River ave. 

Horn Francis, blacksmith, 385 Michigan ave« 

Horn John, saloon, 2 Woodward ave. 

Horn John jr, tug owner. Ferry Dock. 

Horn Therese, fancy goods, 269 Croghan. 

BoBle BoberC« Banker and Dealer in 
Securities, 98 Griswold. 

Hosmer John, vessel owner, Stimson Block. 

Hostetter Herman, flour and feed, 273 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Hotel Erich sen, Claus D Erichsen propr, 
148 Randolph. 

Hotel Francaise, George Ebener propr, 45 
Michigan Grand ave. 

Hotel Henry, John Henry propr, cor Ran- 
dolph and Croghan. 

Hot^l Renaud, Geo F Renaud propr, cor 
Grand River and Adams aves. 

Hotger Conrad, tailor, 436 Gratiot ave. 

Hough Geo W & Co, wholesale brushes, 109 
Jefferson ave. 

floufrb Wm B9 Propr New Adelphi 
Theatre, n w cor Fort and Griswold. {Set 
adv.) 

Houlihan James, saloon, 604 Franklin. 

House Wm C & Co, grocers, 198 Woodward 
avenue. 

floward Bouse, J B Hamilton Propr, 
cor Congress and Griswold. [See adv.) 

Howard H G & C M, lawyers, 100 Griswold. 

Howe Henry A, Lumber and Iron, 96 
Griswold. 

How^e Macblne €0, Sewing Machines, 
A M VanDuzer Manager, 178 Jefferson ave. 
{8ee adv^ p 237-) 

flowell Charles B, Law and Collec- 
tion Office, 13 Moffat Building, 2d floor. 

Howell James, dgart, no Gratiot ave. 



DET AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DET 2$$ 



CHARLES H. ELLIS, 

Abstract Building, Lafayette Ave., 

DETROIT, - - - MICHIGAN/ 

R. T. BROOKES, 

Architect and Supermtcndent) 

Room 8> 1st Floor. Mofat Block, 

DETROIT, - - - MICHIGAN. 

L. P. DXJ RKEE, 

New Jewelry Store, 

No. 206 Woodward Avenue, Corner of Grand River Street, 

DETROIT. - - - MICHIGAN. 

Repairing of all kinds Neatly done. 

f. W. NoBLS. Samvbl Bkady. 

NOBLE & BRADY, 

Uming Engineers and Uineral Experts, 

CoBaiscion Airents for the Sale of Mineral, Coal and Pine Lands, with Arrangements for Placing the 
uae in Foreign and Home Markets. Examinations Made on Mines and Mineral Lands. 
GoM, Silver, Lead. Copper, Tin and Iron Assays Carefully and Promptly Made. 

Office, Room 11 Bank Block, Gris-wold Street, DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 

KRPSRRNCSS: 

Got. John J. Bagley. Detroit, Mirh. James I. Bennett, Pittsburg, Penn. 

El -Got. H. P. Baldwin, Detroit, Mirh. Hon. D. J. Morrdl, Gen'l Manager Cambria Iron 
Rob. C. C. Trowbridge, Pres. D. & M. R. R. Works, JohnMown. Penn. 

Csyt. E. B. Ward, Detroit. Mich. W. C. Andrews, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Jacob S. Farrand, Pres. First Nat'l Rank. Col. B. H. Paine, Nashville, Tenn. 

Hob. John H. Fortccr, Meridian. M:ch. O. W. Potter, Pres. N. C. Rolling Mill Co., Chicago, III. 

J.J. Hagennan, Sec'y Milwaukee Iron Co. 



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Howell James, cigars, 150 Grand River ave. 

Howitt William B, Physician, 472 
Grand River ave. 

Howland John C, lawyer, 37 Seitz Block. 

Howley James, grocer, 273 2d. 

Hubbard Bros, publishers, HAW Blackburn 
agent, 3 Tribune Building. 

Hubbard & King, lumber, 735 Woodbridge 
west. 

Hubbell Nathaniel, supt J M Bradstreet & 
Son's mercantile agency, 82 Griswold. 

Hnber A Stendel, Teas, Coffees, 
spices, etc, 181 Gratiot ave. 

Hubert Thomas, saloon, 43 Atwater e. 

Hude John, bouts and shoes, 167 Grand River 
avenue. 

Hude Madame, fancy goods, 173 Woodward 
avenue. 

Hudson C Ward, druggist, 308 Woodward 
avenue. 

Hudson John, horse collar maker, 464 Grand 
River ave. 

Hudson Joseph, harness maker, 92 Grand 
River ave. 

Hudson G W & Co, wood, foot Randolph. 

Huetteman Joseph, grocer, 147 Russell. 

Huetteman s. Co, machinists, 32 Atwater e. 

Hnetter Jollll« Groceries, Flour and 
Feed, cor St Aubin and Gratiot aves. 

Hnetter Urilllan, Meat Market, cor 
Gratiot and Campau aves. 

Hufenbeck Charles, confectioner, 315 Ma- 
comb. 

Huff Wm A, manager the Michigan Panel- 
ing Machine and Manufacturing Co, 53 
Farmer. 

Huff & Vandermeulen, lumber, 939 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Hufnagel Peter, furniture, 252 Woodward 
ave. 

Hughes Ezra, wall paper, 157 Michigan 
ave. 

Hughes Richard, grocer, 854 Michigan ave. 

Hughes Thomas F, hardware, 280 Michigan 
ave. 

Hughes P & Son, crockery, 165 Michigan 
ave. 

Hugo George* Pictures, Frames, Look- 
ing Glasses and Wall Paper, 340 Gratiot 
ave. 

Hnll Charles, Meat Market 87 7th. 

Hull Bros, grocers, cor Monroe ave and 
Campus Martins. 

Hull & Nagle, baking powder, 41 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Hnmbnrg Frederiek, Druggist, 151 

Randolph. 
Hummel Philip, boots and shoes. 43 Michi- 
gan ave. 

BnntplireyB H^tlltaniy Meat Mar- 
ket, 199 Park. 

Humphrey Wm H, physician, I2}i Grand 
River ave. 



Hunt Charles J, atty in patent causes, 37 Con- 
gress w. 
Hunt Cleveland, lawyer, 27 Seitz Block. 
Hunt George W, real estate, 62 Griswold. 
Hnilt JameSt Grocer and Constable of 

8th Ward, 306 Fifth. 
Hunter Robert, saloon, 179 Michigan ave. 
CIniltley E<dsOlly barber, 627 Michigan 

ave. 
Huperz Josephine, cigars, 228 St Antoine. 
Hurd Oscar, bleacher. 212 Woodward ave. 
Hurd J L & Co, produce, foot 2d. 
Hurlbut Chauncy, groceries, cotton and 

linen twines, 30 Woodward ave. 
Hurley J & T, woodyard, 286 Atwater. 
Husing August, restaurant, 57 Michigan 

Grand ave. 
HutCblos Jesse E, Dentist, cor Ma- 
comb and Court. 
Hutton Charles, Confectioner, 273 

Jefferson ave. 
Huyser P & R & Co, grocers, 293 Woodward 

ave. 
Hyde Wm, patent medicines, 381 Woodward 

ave. 
lilies d^ Boemery Cigar Mnfrs 84 Gra- 
tiot ave. 
Illick Samuel F, dry goods, 310 Woodward 

ave. 
Illinois lieather Co, Dealers in Plas- 
tering Hair. W R King, agent, 537 Fort 
w. {See aav^ p sji,) 
Ince Richard, druggist, 291 Woodward ave. 
Ingersoll Isaac W, builder, 74 Fort e. 
Inglis David, physician, 21 State. 
Inglls Frank, Druggist, cor Griswold 

and State. 
Inslee C W & Co, grocers, 89 Jefferson ave. 
Insley Adam R, agent Remington Sewing 

Machine 119 Jefferson ave. 
Irion John, saloon, 353 Orleans. 
Irwin Thomas.J, confectioner; 166 Michigan 

ave. 
Isbell Milo H, tailor, 126 Michigan ave. 
Ivers John, saloon, 245 Michigan ave. 
Ives Stephen H, loan office, cor Woodward 

ave and Congress e. 
Ives A d: Sons^ Bankers, 149 Jefferson 

ave. 
IveSf Green & Co, Lumber Mnfrs, 500 

Atwater. 
Jackson Barrjr H, Dentist, 303 Jeffer^ 

son ave. 
Jackson Ida, saloon, 193 Lamed w. 

{ackson Jftmes, barber, 42 Fort e. 
ackson Thomas, meat market 98 Congress. 
Jackson A Uriley (Jefferson Wiley, 
Wni B Robinson), Founders and Machin- 
ists, cor Fifth and Woodbridge. (See m- 
side back cover,) , 
Jackson & Wisner, lawyers, 15 and 18 Seits 

Block. 
Jacob Fred, grocer, 253 Russell. 



DET AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DET 257 



C A. NEWCOMB. C. ENDICOTT. F. D. TAYLOR 

NE WCOMB. ENDICOTT & CO. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 






Nos. 2 & 3 Opera House Building, 
DETROIT, - - - MICHIGAN. 

GEO. C. CHANDLER, 

DEALER IN 

o 

PERFECT FITl'ING 

FRENCH YOKE SHIRTS 

Hade to order & sent bf Express to any part of the Country. 

71 & 73 Woodward Avenue, 
2d door from Jefferson Ave., DETROIT, MICH. 

POWBLSON'S 

Photographic Gallery, 

No. 223 Jefferson Avenue, DETROIT, MICH. 

Photographs Colored in Elvery Style of the Art.- Negatives Be- 
toached by a genuine Berlin Artist, the only one in the West. 

F. ROLSHOVBN, ~ 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

MANUFACTURER OF FINE JEWELRY, 
A-iid Ornamental Hair Mountings, 

189 Jefferaon Avenue, DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 



258 



DET 



MICHIGAN STATE GAZETTEER 



DET 



Taco'os Hollis, ice, 686 Woodbridge w. 

Jacobs John C, grocer, 220 Rivard. 

Jacobson Joseph, bird dealer, 261 Jefferson 
ave. 

JaCI|neinaill l¥lll. Piano Manufac- 
turer, 304 and 304 >2 Woodward ave, {S^e 
adv.) 

Jaeger Henry, grocer, 415 Hastings. 

JacWalz John, bakery, 201 Napoleon, 
affray W & Son, carpenters, 377 Michigan 
ave. 

Jager Joseph, saloon, 262 Jos Campau ave. 

Jahn Ernst, oculist, 288 Gratiot ave. 

Jakel John, woodworker, 554 Clinton ave. 

James € B A €0, Wholesale Hard- 
ware, 85 and 87 Jefferson ave. 

James & Martin, builders hardware, 160 
Woodward ave. 

JTamcs Win A Skin. Wholesale Wines 
and Liquors, 52 Grand River ave. 

Jameson €has T* Custom Tailor, 14 
Gratiot ave. {See adv.) 

Jamieson Robert A, physician, cor Columbia 
and Park. 

Jandorf Isaac, billiards. 312 Woodward ave. 

Janssen Louis, furniture, 32 Farrar. 

Japes Jobn* Lumber Yard and Plan- 
ing Mills, 643 Gratiot ave. 

Jarves & Hooper, animal charcoal, cor Lieb 
and Wight. 

ieane James, baker, 67 Larned w. 
enks E W, physician, 84 Lafayette ave. 
JenkS JameSf Dealer in all kinds of 
Machinery, 16 and 18 Atwater e. {8ee adv.) 
Jenks Jennie, saloon, 279 Jefferson ave. 
Jenner Andrew J B, physician, 266 Jefferson 

ave. 
Jenness John S, miscellaneous, 11 Rotunda 

Building. 
Jenning Chas H, veterinary surgeon, 293 
1st. 

Jennings £dmnnd €, Hats, Caps 

and Furs, 62 Monroe ave. 
Jennings Frank A, livery, hack and boarding 

stable, 41 Cass. 
Jennings John, auction and commission, 13 

Michigan Grand ave., 
Jennison Wm, lawyer, 46 Seitz Block. 

iernay Louis, tailor and saloon, 193 Orleans, 
erome Edward Jr, hardware, 81 Woodward 
ave. 
Jessop & McCune, lumber. Fort bet loth and 

nth. 
Jeup John, saloon, 420 Gratiot ave. 
Jewell P& Sons, tanners, River Road. 

{ewitt Bros, wood, 201 Grand River ave. 
ewett & Root, wholesale stoves and tinners* 
stock, 67 and 69 Jefferson ave. 

{ohns Wm, lawyer, xi2Griswold. 
ohnson David E, confectionery, 161 Wood- 
ward ave. 
Johnson Edward Jr, Brewer, cor 
6th and Michigan ave. 



Johnson Hugh, carriage mnfr, cor Lamed 

and Cass. 
Johnson John, saloon, 331 Grand River ave. 
Johnson John G, physician, 13 High. 
Johnson Sidney C» Wholesale Oys- 
ters, 198 Woodward ave. 
Johnson Wm, saloon, 85 Grand River ave. 
Johnson Wm H (colMj, fryils and confec- 
tionery, 95 Atwater. 
Johnson & Dupuis, grocers, 960 Jefferson ave, 
Johnson J ^ CO9 Wines and Li- 
quors, old 27 Jefferson ave. 
Johnson M & Co, commission merchants, 62 

Woodbridge w. 
Johnson A l¥heeler. Wholesale 
Grocers and Importers Japan Teas, 100 
and 102 Jefferson ave. 
Johnston Ilarvey, produce, 134 Grand River 

ave. 
Johnston Leo T W, wig maker, 44 Croghan. 
Johnston Wm, druggist, 231 Jefferson ave. 
Johnston Wm & Co, druggists, 153 Jeffer- 
son ave. 
Johnston & Wright, commission merchants, 

187 Jefferson ave. 
Johnstone H M, japanner, 199 Michigan ave. 
Johnstone & Gibbons, proprs Michigan Far- 
mer, Tribune Building. 
Jones £, saloon, 151 Cass. 
Jones George €, Detroit Willow Ware 

Works, 73 Gratiot ave, {See adv,) 
Jones Mrs Henry L, dressmaker, 174 Abbott. 
Jones J Huff, real estate, 162 Jefferson ave. 
Jones Sarah, grocer, cor 12th and Baker. 
Jones Walter G. asst freight agt G T R*y, 

1 72 Jefferson ave. 
Jones & Schroder, flour and grain, 75 Gratiot 

ave. 
Jones A Taylor, General Insurance 

and Real Estate Agents, 88 Griswold. 
Jordan John, boots and shoes. 135 Griswold. 
Jordan John« Saloon and Boarding, I 

Jefferson ave. 
Jordan John J, auctioneer, 179 Jefferson ave. 
Joseph Joseph, grocer, 353 Croghan. 
Joslin C & Co, printers, 306 Woodward ave. 
Jost August, saloon, 406 Croghan. 
Joy Hon James F, I^esident M C 

R R. Office at Depot foot 3d. 
Joy Michael, blacksmith, 237 Griswold. 
Jubelo Louis, saloon, 651 Atwater. 
Jubenville Henry E, perfumer, 121 Michi- 
gan ave. 
Judge Mrs Sarah J, meat market, 612 Coo- 

gress e. 
Jnlf Fred A §onSf Mnfrs of Flour and 

Fruit Barrels, 306 High. [See adv.) 
Juilleret Constantine, saw filer, 566 Croghan. 

Jnne Charles A Co, Oyster Hoaie 

and Lunch Rooms, 1 1 1 Griswold. 
Jupp WmT, boots and shoes, 137 Woodward 

ave. 
Kaiser Augustus, physician, 424 Gratiota av«. 



DET AND BUSINESS DIRBCTORY DET 259 

DEALER IN EVERY VARIETY OF 

Coal and Pig Iron, 

OFFICES AND YARDS: 

FOOT OF CASS ST. AND FOOT OF RIOPELLE ST., 
DETROIT, . - - - MICHIGAN. 

WM. M. DWIGHT & CO;, 

Hardwood Lumber, 

Cor. Scotten Ave. and M. C. R. R. Grand Trunk Junction, 
DETROIT, - - - MICHIGAN. 

JAMES DEWEY. ZIBA DEWEY. 

0". iDE^vT'EiT & sonsr, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Doors, Sash, Blinds, Etc., 

PLANING AND SAWING TO ORDER. 

ALSO DEALERS IN 

FLOORING, SIDING AND SHINGLES, 

Office, Cor. Ativater and Riopelle Sis., DETROIT, MICH. 

F. B. SIBLEY & CO., 

<; DE A L EKS  1 N > 

LIME AND STONE, 

340 -A-t^water Street £)astj 
DETROIT .... MICHIGAN. 



ate 



DET 



MICHIGAN STATE GAZETTEER 



DET 



Kaiser Anthony, jeweler. 69 Monroe ave. 

Kaiser Henry, shoemaker, 592 Gratiot ave. 

Kaiser John, grocer, 590 Gratiot ave. 

Hellenbach Peter J, plumber, 585 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Kallmeyer Marcus, clothing, 237 Jefferson 
ave. 

Kalsow Wm, saloon, 516 Clinton ave. 

Kane Edward, physician, 242 Woodward 
ave. 

Kane A; Hlbbard, Lawyers, 9 and 10 
Moffat Building, 2d floor. 

Kanter E & Co, foreign exchange, 30 Lar- 
ned w. 

Karcher Jacob, American Hotel, cor Lamed 
and 3d. 

Karrer Severin, -notions, 618 Gratiot ave. 

Karrer, Simon A, grocer, 736 Gratiot ave. 

Karrer J & Brother, leather, 34 Monroe 
ave. 

Kasch Nicholas, saloon, 45 3d. 

BASt GniitaTlig, Importer of Toys and 
Fancy Goods, and Mnfr Children's Car- 
riages, 12 Monroe ave. [See adv,) 

Katus John, saloon, 157 Croghan. 

Katus Peter, blacksmith, 213 Macomb. 

KaufFmann Isadore, clothing, 92 Jefferson 
ave. 

Kauftnann €1iail, Picture Frame and 
Looking Glass Mnfr, 31 Monroe ave. {See 
adv,) 

Kaufmann F J, saloon, 118 Bates. 

Kean Edward, Grocer, 73 Harrison 
ave. 

Kean Michael B, vessel owner, foot 2d. 

Kean & Co, grocers, 124 Michigan ave. 

Keavy Mrs John, dressmaker, 165 Wayne. 

Keegan John, saloon, 691 Fort w. 

Keena James T, lawyer, 8 Moffat Building, 
2d floor. 

Keever George, meat market, cor Prospect 
and Wilkins. 

Kegel Julius, furniture, 287 Woodward ave. 

Kehrig Henry, grocer, 534 St Antoine. 

Keifler William, saloon, 146 Larned w. 

Keiler George, saloon, 347 Lafayette. 

Keiser Christopher, grocer, 235 Mullett. 

Keish John, saloon, cor Hastings and Na- 
poleon. 

Keith John W, sewer pipe and general com- 
mission, n s Atwater e of Shelby. 

Kell Charles, news dealer and notions, 727 
Jefferson ave. 

Kelley Thomas S, grocer, 746 Michigan ave. 

Kelley, Foote & Co, wholesale hats, caps 
and furs, 113 Jefferson ave. 

Kellogg & Co, cigar mnfrs, 87 Grand River 

Kellogg Francis E D, liquors, 87 Grand 
River ave. 

Kellogg & King, stoves, 23 Monroe ave. 

Kelly John, produce, 402 Grand River ave^ 

Kelly Matt F, grocer, 331 Jefferson ave. 

Kelly Peter, saloon, 22 Fort e. 



Kelly Ronald, insurance, 1 1 Rotunda Bnild'g. 

Kennedy Albert J, liquors, 10 Lamed w. 

Kennedy Fiancis, repairer fancy articles, 
322 Woodward ave. 

Kennedy Thomaa* Mnfrg jeweler 
and Stone Setter, 160 Jefferson ave. 

Kennedy & Dubuque, builders, 794 Grand 
River ave. 

Kennedy & Greig, engine mnfrs, cor 3d and 
Congress. 

Kenngott Gottlieb, baker and grocer, 309 
Michigan ave. 

Kermott A Balleray. Kermott's Pro- 
prietary Medicines, 208 Woodward ave. 

Kern Conrad, meat market, 144 Lafayette. 

Kern Louis, clothing, 311 Michigan ave. 

Kerr Theodore F, physician, 327 12th. 

Kessler & Hengstebeck, cigar makers, 85 
Croghan. 

Kettel Max, grocer, 546 Croghan. 

Keuser Joseph, meat market, 395 Hastings. 

Keveney Patrick, tailor. 27 Jefferson ave, 

Kew John, grocer, 260 Howard. 

Keyser William H, Carriages and 
Wagons, cor Jefferson ave and Iron. 
{See adv.) 

Keystone Hotel, 198 Woodbridge w. 

Kief Wm, tinner, 589 Gratiot ave. 

Kiefer Herman, physician, s s Gratiot ave e 
of Farrar. 

Kiefer & ^on, plumbers. 702 Michigan ave. 

Kier Jacob S, physician, 31 George. 

Kier James A, photographer, 85 Gratiot ave. 

Kif!in Richard, cigars and tobacco, 500 
Michigan ave. 

Kilroy Laurence F, news depot, 60 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Kimball J E d^ Son, Grocers, 332 
Woodward ave. 

King Charles, boat builder, 225 Guoin. 

King Duncan jr, grocer, 196 Chene. 

King Duncan sr, shoemaker, 557 Lafayette. 

King Harvey, propr Brighton House, 190 
Grand River ave. 

King Jonathan L, clothing. 1 74 Jefferson ave. 

Kin? Robert W, Importer Crockery, 
China, Glassware, etc, 86 Jefferson ave. 

King; di> BrOOkSy Mnfrs Rocky Moun- 
tain Tonic, 185 Grand River ave. 

Kirby George, tanner, 51 Woodward ave. 

Kirch Louis, saloon. 65 Atwater e. 

Kirchberg, Winterhaller & Keenan, furni- 
ture, 213 Woodward ave. 

Kirchner Anthony, dry goods, 18 Monroe 
avenue. 

Kirchner Otto, lawyer, Seitz Block. 

Kirchner Sebastian, dry goods, 504 Gratiot 
avenue. 

Kirsten Carl, grocer, cor Hastings and Ohio. 

Kittelberger George, flour and feed, 224 
Randolph. 

Klapp Martin, saloon, 298 Woodbridge w. 

Klein Fred J, grocer, 156 St Aubin ave. 



DET AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DET 26l 



DUNN & BROTHER, 

DEALERS IN 



RiDTBBTBR G'OiOiDIS 



No. 198 Jefferson Avenue, 
DETROIT, - - MIOHIQAJ^. 

3D. bl^ck: <fe CO., 

WHOLBSALB DBALBKS IN 

Yankee Notions, Hosiery, 

Fascj U, Enbroideries and Lacei, Hibbou, Ladies' Underwear. 

48 VVrOODWARD AVENUE, 

S: lkt§SE'^M%;S,ir'r °- } DETROIT, MiCH. 

PEAVEY & HUNTER, 

Nurserymen and Dealers in all kinds of 

Shrubbery, Grape Vines and Flowering Plants. 

IWENTY FOURTH ST., NEAR FORT, 



AO-EN'TS 'WA.-N-TED IN" TCVE3R,Y COXJlNrTir. 








T 



PAPER BOXES! 



-ORDER OF- 



J. A. BERRY & CO., Manufacturers 

26 Woodbridge Street West, Detroit, Mich. 



262 



DET 



MICHIGAN STATE GAZETTEER 



DET 



Klein Mrs E, saloon, 54 Brush. 

Klein Martin, lumber, 6 Williams' Block. 

Klein Peter, Physician, 261 Jefferson 
avenue. 

Kleinknecht Gottlieb, confectionery, 540 
Gratiot ave. 

Klein Joseph, saloon, 337 Franklin. 

Klinck John G, saloon, 620 Woodbridge w. 

Kling Philip, cooper, 283 Gratiot ave. 

Kltng; P A Co, Proprietors Peninsular 
Brewery, Hamtramck. 

Klinow Fred, saloon, River Road. 

Klintwort Peter, saloon. 459 Atwater. ^ 

Klute Joseph, clothing, 512 Michigan ave. 

Knapp Charles, saloon, 55 Clinton. 

Knapp DaTidy Stone Yard, 370 At- 
water. 

Kneeland Philo N, agent hardware, 298 
Woodward ave. 

Knight Mrs Mary, hotel, 24 Front. 

Knight Norman D, physician, 239 Brush. 

Knittweis Conrad, tailor, 236 Randolph. 

Knittweis Frank, merchant tailor, 44 Mon- 
roe ave. 

Knocb Fritz, meat market, 460 Qinton. 

Knoll Samuel L. dry goods, 192 Michigan 
ave. 

Knox Robert, hotel, 46 3d. 

Koch Andrew, furniture, 72 Lamed w. 

Koeb John. Brewery, 244 Russell. 

Koehler Chas E, dry goods, 176 Michigan 
avenue. 

Koehler Miss Elizabeth, hair goods, 26 Mon- 
roe ave. 

Koehler Gustave, hats and caps, 113 Gratiot 
ave. / 

Koenig Mrs Annie, grocery, 227 St Antoine. 

Koenig John C, grocer, 338 Dubois. 

Koenlff Peter, Stove and Cord Wood, 
yard 368 Gratiot ave, dock 366 Atwater. 

Koenig William J, grocer, 284 Chene. 

Kogelschatz Ernst A, cigar mnfr, 322^ 
Woodward ave. 

Kohn Joseph, saloon, 479 Gratiot ave. 

Kolb Adam, shoemaker, 205 Dubois. 

Kolb & Eggemann, meat market, 39 Michi- 
gan Grand ave. 

Kolbe William, tailor, 486 Lafayette. 

Koltz Frank, barber, loi Gratiot ave. 

Kopp George, saloon, 462 Clinton ave. 

Kraft Frederick, meat market, 764 Michigan 
ave. 

Kramer John, meat market, 398 Dubois. 

Kramer Matthew & Co, proprs Michigan 
Volksblatt, cor Griswold and Woodbridge. 

Kramer & Steiner, plumbers and gas fitters, 2 x 
Congress e. 

Krapp Wm, grocer, 624 Gratiot ave. 

Krause Charles, veterinary surgeon, 364 St 
Antoine. 

Krausman & Brother, bakery, 286 Larned e. 

Krausmann John, grocer, 61 Hale cor 
Duquindre. 



Krecke Floreng, Justice of the Peace, 

32 Monroe ave. 
Kreibich K, fancy goods, 63 Monroe ave. 
Kreit Mary, notions, 284 St Antoine. 
Kreit Ulrich, barber, 282 St Antoine. 
Kremer Frank, boots and shoes, 14 Larned 

east. 

Kremer Bros & Co, Cigar Mnfn 

an4 Dealers in Tobacco, 235 Jeffeison 
ave. 

Kretch Herman, fancy goods, 440 Gratiot 
ave. 

Kretzschmar Ernst, bakery, 49 Chestnut. 

Krikawa Ferdinand T, shoemaker, 155 Ran- 
dolph. 

Krolik Adolph & Co, dry goods, 158 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Krom George W, confectionery, 442 Grand 
River ave. 

Krug John George & Aloisius,books and stm- , 
tionery, 99 Croghan. 

Kruger Fred, barber, 354 Michigan ave. 

Kruger, Collins & Co, cigar mnfrs, 4$ 
Michigan ave. 

Krumholz Anthony, Blacksmith, cor 
Wilkins and Chene. 

Knbitcy Antoine, Fur Mnfr, 507 
Gratiot ave. 

Knester Theodore, Furniture and 
Show Case Mnfr, 30 Farrar. 

Kuetten Frank, saloon, 29 Clinton. 

Kuhl Mrs Anna, brewery, 425 Clinton. 

Kuhle Charles, cigar mnfr, 50 Monroe ave. 

Kuhl man Angnst Mnfr Surgical 
and Dental Instruments, 102 Randolph. 

Kuhn August, notions, 410 Orleans. 

Kuhn Francis, merchant tailor, 100 Ran* 
dolph. 

Kuhn Frank, saloon, 271 Hastings. 

Knhn Joseph, Real E Ute, Security 
Bank, Foreign Passage and Insurance 
Agent, s e cor Woodward ave and Con- 
gress, 

Kuhn Wm. saloon, 403 Gratiot ave. 

Kuhr Charles, saloon, 187 Macomb. 

Kuit Nathan, clothing, 240 Gratiot ave. 

KuU Charles F, butcher, 82 Dequindre. 

Kulow Christian, shoemaker, cor Chene and 
Sherman. 

Kumpf Peter, saloon, 267 Gratiot ave. 

Kunze George, saloon, 428 Woodbridge w. 

Kurkowsky Ignatz F, dry goods, 502 Gn- 
tiot ave. 

Kuttnauer Isadore, saloon and cigars, 13 
Jefferson ave. 

Kuttnauer Louis, cigar mnfr, 167 Wood- 
bridge w. 

LaBond Louis, clothing, 44 Woodward ave. 

Labruzy John, tinner, 683 Jefferson ave. 

Lachapelle William, boat builder, Atwater 
foot Joseph Campau ave. 

lAdd Edward W, Marble and Roof* 
ing Slate, 280 Atwater. 



DET AND BUSINESS DIRFXTTORY. DET 263 



PITTS & CRANAGE, 

Manufacturers of Lumber, 

Mills at Detroit and Bay City, Michigan. 
THOMAS PITTS, THOMAS CRANAGE, Jr., 

DETROIT, BAY CITY. 



At'water Street, near St. Aubin Avenue, Detroit, Mi oh. 

DRY DOCK ENGINE WORKS, 

Machine Shop and Foundry, 

Engines, Mill Gearing and Moving Machinery 

of all Descriptions, 

461 Atwater Street, - DETROIT, MICH. 

GEOHaE SMITH, 



MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 



BILLIARD TABLES, 

Witb Ms Patent Steel Band GnsMons, 

Nm. 69 & 71 Larned St. East, 




DETROIT, - MICHIGAN. 



J. H. WORCESTER. IDSTA^BLISHKI) 186ff. JOHN BOYDELL. 



DETROIT WHITE LEAD WORKS 

WORCESTER, BOYDELL & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

^White Lead, Zinc, Putty, 

A:isr r> colo rs. 

OfRce and Store. 127 Jefferson Avenue. Works, Jones Street, DETROIT. 



264 



DET 



MICHIGAN STATS GAZETTEER 



DET 



I^adne' George N, Hides and Wool 
Dealer, 30 Michigan ave. 

La due Sylvester, barber, 218 Orleans. 

Laferte Daniel, physician, 207Wood ward ave. 

Laffcrty Peter, grocer, 714 Woodbridge w. 

I^aitner Bros, Brush Mnfrs, 220 Ran- 
dolph. 

Lake St Clair and New Up River Ice Co, 
Wm Plass, propr, 35 Congress w. 

liake Shore & Michigan Sooth- 

ern RailMrar, P S Blodgett, Division 
Supt, Passenger Depot, foot Brush, Freight 
Depot, foot Hastings. 

liamhert Win. Clothes Cleaner, s w cor 
Bates and Larnea. 

I^ambie Frank, Pres Western Trans- 
portation and Coal Co, foot Wayne. 

Lamont M A, wooden ware, 15 Woodward ave. 

Lancaster Andrew J, barber, 538 Michigan 
ave. 

Lane Daniel J, saloon, cor Michigan ave and 
Shelby. 

Lane Mrs H N, dress maker, 45 Grand 
River ave. 

Lane Miss J R, dress maker, 148 Wood- 
ward ave. 

I^ane Samnel G, Plumber and Gas 
Fitter, 981 Michigan ave. 

liane. Atkinson dc Co, Booksellers, 
Bookbinders and Importers, 2 and 3 Wil- 
liams' Block. 

Lang John M, boots and shoes, 2 Clinton. 

I^angrdon Georg^e C, Maltster, 37 to 
43 Woodbridge e. 

liangdon James W, Agt New York 

Life Insurance Co, 17 Seitz Block. [Sge 

Langer Frank, clothes cleaner, 63 Alwater e. 

Liang[erwl»h IV^in, Cigar Factory, 470 
Gratiot ave. 

Langguht Mrs Martin, dressmaker, Chene 
bet Croghan and Macomb. 

Liangley John E, Mnfr MissesS Chil- 
dren's and Infants' Fine Sewed Shoes, 20 
Farmer bet Monroe ave and Bates. 

Lansing Richard R, glass show case mnfr, 
219 Jefferson ave. 

Lanz Fred, painter, 185 Maple. 

Lapham Hiram S, furniture, 223 Michigan 
ave. 

Lara Richard, blacksmith, 9 Middle. 

Larimer & Keeber, meat market, 42 Michi- 
gan Grand ave. 

Lariviere Adolph, saloon. River Road. 

Larned Sylvester, lawyer, 100 Griswold. 

Lasch Gustavus, cooper, 234 High. 

liasier A Co, Commission and Forward- 
ing Merchants, Agents Lake Superior 
Steamboat Lines, foot First. 

Lasselle George P, physician, 52 Adams 
ave w. 

Lathrop Henry K, dentist, 153 Woodward 
ftve. 



Lathrop Joseph, dentist, 152 Woodward ave. 
Latimer George W, undertaker, 21 Lafayette 

ave. 
liatonr Brofih Wood Yard, 322 Croghan. 
liateon mortimer E, Manufacturers' 

Agent Procter & Gamble's Oils, Candles, 

Soap, etc, 66 Woodbridge w. | 

Latulip Henry, wood yard, 12 Clinton. 
Lauden Albert, tailor, 109 Grand River ave. 
Lauder James B, wines and liquors, 26 

Michigan Grand ave. 
Lauhoff Alexander, flouring mills, 326 RaSf> 

sell. 
lianrense lieonard d^ Co, Mnfrs 

Picture Frames and Mouldings, 39 At- 
water. {See adv^ p 2^3,) 

Lauren tins Christina, notions, 242 Gratiot 
ave, 

Lavelle Patrick, grocer, 583 Michigan ave. 

Law Theo V, pnysician, 952 Michigan ave. 

Lawlor John, grocer, 481 Grand River ave. 

Lawlor & Collins, grocers, 268 Grand River 
ave. 

I^iyng Richard W, bleacher of straw goods, 
204 Jefferson ave. 

Leabatleau Julius, saloon, 749 Michigan ave. 

Leach Elisha, physician, 273 2d. 

Leader The (weekly), The Leader Publish- 
ing Co propre, cor Griswold and Wood- 
bridge. 

Leahey Chas, wrecker, 6 Brady's Block, 
Woodward ave. 

Leavenworth Thomas B, silver spoon maker, 
272 Woodward ave. 

Leavitt Alvah E, real estate, room 4 Mofl&il 
Building. 

Lebens & Schubnell, soap mnfrs, 236 Napo- 
leon. 

Lebot Dennis, grocer, 335 Franklin. 

Leclerc F, draujjhtsman, 20 Rotunda Build- 



ing. 



LeClerc F & Brother, boots and shoes, 166 

Woodward ave. 
Lee Leis'er, propr Detroit Exchange, cor ad 

and Front. 
lieete T T A Son, Furniture Mnfrs, 12 

Gratiot ave. 
LeFebvre M J, saloon, 136 Grand River ave. 
Lefevre Leon, saloon, 685 Jefferson ave. 

liehman Robert, Maltster. 13$ and 137 

Antoine. 
Leitch A & G, painters and paper hangers, 

218 Woodward ave. 
Leithead James, grocer, 127 St Aubin ave. 
Le Joea Moses, saloon, 24 Fort e. 
Lembke Ernest, saloon, cor Brewster vbA 

Prospect. 
Lemke Fred, blacksmith, 369 Grand Rifcr 

ave. 
Lemke John, grocer, cor St Aubin ave and 

Georgia, 
liemmer Henry* Marble Works, cor 

Elm wood ave and Lafayette. 



DET AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, DET 26$ 



H. A. & S. G. WIGHT, 

Manufacturers and Dealers In all kinds of 

ROUGH & DRESSED 

Pine Lumber, Lath, Etc. 

Saw Mill, Atwater Street, foot of McDougall Ave., 

DETROIT, - - - MIOmGAN. 





IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF 



Yankee Notions, Fancy Goods, 

Shirts and Drawers, Hosiery, Gloves, &c. 

162 J LFFER^ON AVENUE, 

DETROIT. -_ -_ MICHIGAN. 

R. G. RUDD. C. W. RUDD. 

R. G. RUDD & SON, 

PROPRIBTORS CF 

Valley Mills, Orion, Oakland Co., Mich. 



DBALBKS IN 



FLOUR, MILL FEED, CORN, CATS, PLASTER, Etc.. 

Manufacturers and Dealers in Superior Brands of White Wheat Flour. 

Branch Store, No. 51 Michigan Ave., - DETROIT, MICH. 

FOR THE SALE OF FLOUR, CORN, OATS, PRESSED HAY, STRAW, MILL FEED, etC. 

Consignments of Butter and Eggs solicited. Competition defied.— Reference by permission to Buckley & 

Co., Detroit, Mich., A. N. Sabin, Detroit, Mich. 

The Old One Price Cash Dry Goods House. 

QBO. PECK & CO., 

Will send you samples of 

Ajoiy Ola^ts of I>ry <3roo<l@9 

Enabling you to remain at home and have the selection of the 

Fii^EST stook: iisr the st.a.te. 

ts* TRT Tgg agi *sj«r 

155 and 157 Woodward, Avenue, DETROIT, MICH. 



266 



DET 



MICHIGAN STATE GAZETTEER 



DET 



Lemon Ezra M, flour, 174 Griswold. 

Lempke Charles, carriage mnfr, 571 Gratiot. 

Lenhardt Geo, sewing machine repairer, i 
Miami ave. 

LenhofT J N, clothing, 262 Jefferson ave. 

Lenz August, Imrber, cor Bates and Farrar. 

Leonard C Henri, physician, 353 Woodward 
ave. 

Leonard John W, grocer, 88 Grand River 
ave. 

Leslie Charles, saloon, Detroit Exchange. 

liettB € E dz;Co, Coal Merchants, Office 
and Yard 685 Woodbridge w, Up Town 
Office cor Griswold and Congress. (See adv) 

I^evac John B, Harness Maker, 731 
Jefferson ave. {See adv.) 

Levi Urbausky, pictures, cor Catharine and 
Dubois. 

Levy Harris, cigars, 23 Grand River ave. 

Levy Leon, clothier, 265 Michigan ave. 

Levy Ludwig, clothing, 204 Woodbridge w. 

Levy L H, general store, 341 Woodward 
ave. 

Levy Wolff, dry goods &c, 329 Michigan ave. 

Lewerenz Fred C, merchant tailor, 106 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

I.e^rl8 Alexander A Co, Commis- 
sion Merchants, 44, 46 and 48 Woodbridge 
west. 

Ije^rlS Thomas, Lime Kiln, Atwater 
foot St Aubin ave. 

Lewis Mr & Mrs, physicians (clairvoyant), 
226 Woodward ave. 

L'Hommedieu George, commission mer- 
chant, 39 Woodbridge w. 

Uchtenbei^ O B & €0, Importers 
of Leaf Tobacco, 68 Congress e. 

lilchtenbers & Sons, Produce and 
Commission Merchants, 11 and 13 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Liebermann Constantine, boot and shoe 
maker, cor Fort and St Antoine. 

Lieberman Emanuel, clothing, 122 Jefferson 
ave. 

Light ner E N & Co, mnfg chemists, 39 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Lillibridge Williard M, lawyer, 5 Moffat 
Building, 2d floor. 

Limbach Martin, hardware, 1 16 Woodward 
ave. 

lilncoln Oeo T, Real Estate, 132 
Griswold. 

Lind August, saloon, 1^2 Gratiot ave. 

Lindanman Charles, meat market, 200 
Woodbridge w. 

lilndsay Archibald O, Insurance, 
93 Griswold. (See adv, p 267.) 

Ling Conrad, music, 67 Monroe ave. 

Lingemann Frank, meat market, 118 Eliza- 
beth e. 

Lingemann Fred, jewelry, 251 Jefferson ave. 

Unaremann C & fik^n, Mnfrs Um- 
brellas and Parasols, 26 Monroe ave. 



Lingmann Antoine, meat market, 507 Gn» 

tiot ave. 
Lingohr Edward, dyeing, 489 Gratiot ave. 
Linn John D, grocer, cor Randolph and 

Macomb. J 

I.inn A R d^ W F, Wholesale TeasJ 

Coffees, Spices &c, 120 Jefferson ave. (5m| 

adv.) 
Linn A. Stanbery, Wholesale and 

Retail Dry Goods, 154 Woodwird 

avenue. 
Linto Joseph, saloon, 480 Gratiot ave. 
Lintz Elias M, cooper, 354 Division. 
Lintz Henry F, wood dealer, 460 Lafeyctte 

east. 
Linzee Andrew J, lawyer, 137 Griswold. 
Lippert Peter, dry goods, 718 Michigan ave,, 
Uppold Henry, Propr Michigan Stean' 

Dye Works, 81 Congress e. {See adv.) 
Lipshitz Isaac, cigar box factory, 291 Ma- 
comb. 
Lisch Henry, tailor, 64 Randolph. 
UTin^tone A^ Co* Forwarding and' 

Commission Agents and Wood Yard, foot! 

Randolph. 
L«l0]|rd A Pearce* Architects, Abstract 

Building, Lafayette ave. 
Lobdell J F & Co, commission merchants, 

III Bates. 
liOCke Charles, Boots and Shoes, 371 

Grand River ave. 
Locke Charles H, dry. goods, 122 Woodward 

ave. 
Locke O M, agent Florence sewing machine, 

158 Teffersoit ave. 
Lodge Edwin, physician, 57 Wayne. 
Lodge Edwin A, physician, 355 Woodward 

«ave. 
LtOewensteln J, Mnfr Woolen Shirty 

184 Jefterson ave. 
Loewer Henry, saloon, 338 St Antoine. 
Logan W H, physician, 34 Congress w. 
LiOkie John, Mnfr of Partello's Patent 

Impioved Spring Beds, 286 Woodwaid 

ave. {See adv tage 2/7.) 
liOmasney Wm HfL^ Catholic Book 

Store and Stationery, 98 Michigan ave. 
Long Frank C, druggist, 97 Grand River 

ave. 
Long Henry, baker, 407 MuUett. 
fjOnflT JTohny Blacksmith, S46 Hastings. 
Long Mrs John, notions, 137 3d. 
Long John P, saloon, 30 Monroe ave. 
Long Richard H, asst supt Michigan Stove 
» Co, res 778 Congress c. 
Long John E & Co, sporting implements, 

no Woodward ave, 
liOng W J & €0, Cigar Mnfn, lO 

Monroe ave. 
Longprey Louis T, livery stable, 42 Laraed 

east. 
Longyear John W, judge U S District Covit, 

Custom House. 



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A. G. LINDSAT^S 

Fire, Life and Marine 



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Buk Bnilding, 93 Qriswold Street, - - DETBOIT, UZCHia AN. 



RUB ZNSTJBANCS COKPANT, New Tork, Cadi Assets over $6,000,000 00 
Um?001i, LOHTDOV AKD QLOBE ZHTS. CO., 

of Xdverpool sad London, <i <i u 22,000,000 00 

iQTested in the United SUtes. - " " '' 4,000,000 00 

BBSUMU FmS ZNStmAKCS C0MFAN7, " " " 1,600,000 00 

RANDABD FIBS mSUEANCB CO., New Tork, " '' '' 450,000 00 

IBPFIUN " " " " *' " '• 400,000 00 

BOTATTAN" " " " " " " 700,000 00 

BVQra " " " " " '* " 360,000 00 
lUTVAL BSNSFXT LZFfi ZN8. CO., of Newark, New Jersey, 

Aoeomnlated Fnnd, 30,000,000 00 

PolideB Issued and Losses Promptly Adjusted at this Office. 

JOSEPH ROBERTS. PETER ROBERTS. JOSEPH ROBERTS, Jr. 



ROSSB.TS <& SOXTS, 

F Hi-A. S T E K, 1 3iT a- 

IN ALL nS BRANCHES. 
Dealers In New Tork and Michigan Calcined Plaster. 



THE LATEST STYLES OF CENTERPIECES & ORNAMENTS. 

fe 212 Woodward Avenue, - - .- DETROIT. MICH. 



GmAinental Work of all kinds Executed according to Design. 



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JLoranger Wm A, ^ecoftd hand goods, 705 

Fort w. 
lx>rd Wm, grocer, 211 ist. 
lx>renz John, saloon, 1052 Michigan ave. 
Xorimer John S, purchasing agent D & M R 

R, cor Atwater and Orleans. 
Xothrop Geo V N, lawyer, 36 Scitz Block. 

LrOtz Charles, saloon, 273 Hastings. 

Locz Henry, shoemaker, 596 Michigan ave. 

Lrount James, grocer, 406 Grand River ave. 

JLoTett Stephen W, Plumber and Gas 
Fitter, 40 Michigan ave. 

Lo^e Mrs Sarah C, fancy goods, 337 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Lowe Bros & Co, wholesale grocers, 53 
Woodward ave. 

Lowrie James & Sons, dry goods, 1 52 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Luce Greenle!af V, hair goods, 131 and 167 
Woodward ave. 

Luce Miss Louisa, millinery, 226 Randolph. 

Lucey John ,f grocer, 84 Grand River ave. 

Lucking Joseph, meat market, 249 Griswold. 

Ludwig Joos, boots and shoes, 5 Brush. 

I«miiplirey OliTer, Saloon, River 
Road, opp Fort Wayne. 

Lunger John, grocer, 631 Michigan ave. 

Lutge Fred C, photographer, 53 Monroe ave. 

Lutticke Henry, notions, 147 Croghan. 

Lutz Henry C, meat market, 146 12th. 

Lutzelschwab Joseph, saloon, 131 Antoine. 

liye Oeorge SI9 Saloon, 169^^ Michigan 
ave. 

Lynch Humphrey, saloon, 227 Michigan 
ave. 

Lynch James D, saloon, 10 Woodward ave. 

Lynch John, saloon, 31 Griswold. 

liVnell Wm, Mnfr of Window Shades, 
Wire Screens, etc, 129 and 131 Lamed e. 

liynell A. Kinnucan, Merchant Tail- 
ors, 18 1 Jefferson ave. 

liyon 4& Porter 9 Proprs Michigan Ex- 
change Hotel, cor Jefferson ave and Shelby. 

Lyons Albert B, chemist, 125 Fort w. 

Lyons Harris, notions, 1042 Michigan ave. 

Lyons Rudolph J, physician, 25 Elizabeth w. 

Lyons Thomas, physician, 66 Farr«r. 

Lyons W H, cigars, 287 Jefferson ave. 

Lyster Henry F, physician. 353 Jefferson ave. 

McAllister David, boots and shoes, 283 
Michigan ave. 

McBrearty & Hopson, stoves, 309 Wood- 
ward ave. 

McCabe Bros, grocers, 691 Michigan ave. 

McCaffrey Patrick, shoemaker, Hamtramck. 

McCall Michael L, Union Hotel, 212 Wood- 
bridge w. 

McCarthy Morris, saloon, 423 franklin. 
McCarthy, Roney & Giles, wholesale grocers, 

49 and 51 Jefferson avenue. 
McCarthy Wm, horse shoer, 181 Lamed w. 

HcCausland W H dz; Son, Curpen- 

penters and Builders, 69 Teamed w. 



McClellan Hannah, furniture, 256 Grati 

ave. 
McCormick Patrick, wood, 309 AtwateCp 
McCracken & Co, grocers, 752 Micldl 



ave. 



J 



McCulley Geo E, harness maker, 121 J 

son ave. 
McCnne Jaine«i N M, Meat Mark 

214 Woodward ave. 

McDonald £zekiel» Plumber, 4 

Congress e. 
McDonald James, confectionery, 729 Jefi 

son ave. 
McDonald Patrick, grocer, 321 7th. 
McDonald A Beck, Wholesale Dc 

ers. Produce and Commission Merchai 

Woodbridge foot Cass. 
McDough Elizabeth, notions, 208 Congre 
McEwan James & Son, plumbers, 1 75 Gi 

wold. 
McFarland John, grocer, cor Porter and 71 
McFarland Patrick, grocer, 1 14 Labrosse. 
McFee John, boots and shoes, 421 Mich|| 

ave. ] 

McGill Francis, grocer, 206 Woodbridge 
McGinnis Patrick, auction and comn 

sion, III Bates, 
McOlnnis A Baxter, Real Esu 

127 Griswold. [See adv^ p 27/.) 
McGlynn Barnard, saloon, Detroit, opp Fi 

Wayne. 
McGrath James, tailor, 15 State. ^ 

McGrath John W, lawyer, Moffat Baildifl 
McGrath Joseph R, lawyer, I12 Gris^ol^ 
McGraw Theodore A, physician, 107 Fort 
McGraw Thomas & Co, wool dealers, 12 a 

14 Atwater e. 
McOraw A C & Co, Wholesale B« 

and Shoes, 128, 130 and 132 Jeffen 

avenue. 
McOreg^or J dz; T, Boiler Makers, I 

Atwater e. 
McGuire Paul, grocer, 221 Orleans. 
McGuire Robert, eating house, 72 Alwil 

east. 
McHugh John J, grocer, Hamtramck. 
Mclntyre Jolin M, Plumber, Sta 

and Gas Fitter, 112 Jefferson ave. 

McfiLendrick Daniel* Painter • 

Paper Hanger, 283 Woodward ave. 
McKenna & Radcliff, grocers, 27 Woodwi 

avenue. 
McKenzie Chas, grocer, 275 3d. 
McKeown John, physician, 263 Jeffcrti 

avenue. 
McKeo^rn Jolin T, Law and Ri 

Estate, 9 Moffat Building. 
McKerro^r J F» Commissi<m M 

chant in Grain and Produce,86 Woodbri^ 

west. 
McLeod Duncan, physician, cor Maple i| 

St Aubin ave. 
McLouden George, barber, 518 Croghin, 



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■H. GEORGE. H. L. RUTTER. 

H. GEORGE & CO., 



lontractors, Md$rs, f obbors, 



AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

Doors, Sash, Mouldings, Base, Casings, 

LOUHaa FRAHBS, WBATHBR STRIPS, &c. 
1 and 533 Beaubien Street. - - DETROIT. MICH. 




rRGE HANLEY. JAMES HANLEY. 

GEO. HANLEY & BRO. 



PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL 











Oenter Pieoes, Brackets. Enriohed Oomioes, &o., 

\ EXECUTED TO ANY DESIGN. 

No. 78 CongX'eSS Street East, Between Randolph and Brush Streets, 
Ms packed and shipped to all parts of the Country. DETROIT, MICK. 

••-DEALERS IN NEW YORK AND MICHIGAN PLASTER/ 



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mml.mw&.^m Mmt 




Cass Street, Corner of Lewis. 



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W. EISENLORD, Proprietor. 



L BOA-B^D, S1.50 :pe:R/ I3A.ir. 

DETROIT STAINED GM^ASS T^OItKS. 

' :o: 

t FRIEDERICHS & STAFFIN, 

Plain and Ornamental 

' For Churches, Dwellings, Steamboats and R. R. Cars, 

[ No. 100 JefFersoTi Avenue, 

k 0. HOVMKB^S, up stairs. DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 

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n for Plain and Cut Glass of all kinds Solicited. Samples of Stained Glass for Churches, teat 

on application. Free of Charge. 



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DET 



MICHIGAN STATE GAZBTTSBR 



DET 



ncM ahon Bartholome^r, Grocer, 

182 Abbott. 

MclHaniis Oeorge, Dining Room 
and News Depot, 32 and 34 Fort e. 

McMannus Thomas, shoemaker, 293 Frank- 
lin. 

McMichaels Misses, millinery, 679 Fort w. 

McMillan O A R. Wholesale Grocers 
Wine and Tea Dealers, 131 Woodward 
avenue. 

McMillan A Snyder, Job Printers, 
171 Griswold. 

McNeil Hal E, lawyer, i Telegraph Block. 

McNeil James, grocer, 162 Franklin. 

McPherson A & Co, produce and commiss- 
ion, 50 and 52 Woodbridge w. 

McTerney Patrick, merchant tailor, 211 Jef. 
ferson ave. 

McWhorter Edward, wholesale and retail 
oysters, 234 Woodward ave. 

Maass John, saloon, 668 Gratiot ave. 

Mabley Christopher R, Clothier, 

124 and 126 Woodward ave. 

Macau ley Alexander, Wholesale 

Fancy Goods and Notions 207 Jefferson 

avenue. 
Macanley Richard* Wholesale Mil- 
linery and Straw Goods, 207 Jefferson 

avenue. 
Macauley J F & W T, books and stationery, 

257 Jefferson ave. 
Mackimmie 'Geo, druggist, 29 Jefferson ave. 
Mackimmie John A, druggist, 723 Fort w. 
Mackrodt Fred, saloon, 644 Clinton ave. 
Macneale A Urban, Safe Manufact- 
urers, N N Ncff agent, 55 Woodward ave. 

(See adv,) 
Maechtle Jacob, bottled lager beer, 457 

Macomb ave. 
Magee Wm W, meat market, 509 Grand 

River ave. 
Maher James, grocer, cor 13th and Baker. 
Mahler August, notions, 160 Macomb. 
M ahoneyTimothy, grocer, 212 12th. 
Maier Charles, meat market, 716 Croghan. 
Maier Martin, trunk mnfr, 55 Monroe ave. 
Maier Mpthew, clothing, 183 Gratiot ave. 
Major A If^ham, Gen'l Commission 

^{erchants, 66 Woodbridge w^ 
Malcolmson Joseph R, grocer, 415 Michigan 

avenue. 
Mallory D D & Co, wholesale oysters and 

fruits, 70 Jefferson ave. 
Malloy Edward, baker, 727 Fort w. 
Maloney Wm, saloon, 432 Woodbridge w. 
Maltz Engelhard, Woodbridge Grove, cor 

loth and Michigan ave. 
Mundell Addison, clerk, U S circuit court, 

Custom House. 

Manhattan Ufe Insurance Co> 

Isaac Hart General Agent, over Preston's 
Bank. 
Mann Christian, saloon, 278 Russell. 



Mann Jacoh, Brewery, 28 and 30 Mapl 

cor Rivard. 
Mann Josiah M, wholesale salt, s e cor As 

water and Randolph. 
Mann Lewis, Beer Bottler, 311 Rivard 

{See adv,) 
Manning Thomas, saloon, 3x2 Woodbridig 

west. 
Manquen John, meat market, 329 Clinton. 
Mansfield Col Samuel M, U S Harbor in 

provements, Moffat Building. 
Mappelbeck James, eating house, 1 79 Wood 

bridge w. 
Marks Emanuel, cigar mnfr, 293 Jefiersoi 

avenue. 
Marotzka Ferdinand, wood dealer, 42^ Ma 

comb. 
Margach & Cooper, managers Life Assocu 

tion of America, 92 Griswold. 
Marr Jeremiahl cooper, 382 12th. 
Marratt Wm, Photographer, 131^ 

Woodward ave. 
Marriott Mrs Rebecca, millinery, 10 

Orleans. 
Marschner Mrs Charles, saloon, 284 Gratic 

avenue. 
Marschner Frederick, boarding house ani 

saloon, 342 Gratiot ave. 
Marsh Samuel T, jeweler, 201 Michiga 

avenue. 
Marshall John, saloon, 56 i8th. 
Marter Chas J, cigar mnfr, 151 Randolph. 
Martin James J, painter, 3 Lamed w. 
Martin Mrs Mary, saloon, 301 Wood war 

avenue. 
Martin Stephen J, justice of the peace, alle 

Moffat Building. 
Martin J & Bro, boots and shoes, 175 Michi 

gan ave. 
Martinek John, cigars, 922 Michigan ave. 
Martz F & Brothers, brewers, cor Bronso 

and Orleans. 
Marum Edward, jeweler, 153 Woodwan 

ave. 
Marx MoseB« Hides, Pelts, Tallow, et< 

371 2^' 
Marx & Levy, saloon, 102 Gratiot ave. 

Marxhausen Aurast, Propr Abea< 

Post and Familien Blaetter, 12 Lamed i 
Mason Robert, meat market, 87 Wayne. 
Mason, Luce & Co, lumber mnfrs, room , 

Moffat Building, 3d floor. 
Masselis Joseph, carpet weaver, 480 Lafaj 

ette. 
Massnick F Willianiy Saloon, $ 

i8th. 
Matbaner Panl^ Saloon and BiUiap 

Room, £41 Jefferson ave. 
Mather & Carl, guns, 133 Jefierson aTe. 
Mathes Joseph, dry goods, 688 Michigai 

avenue. 
Matheson George B, hotel, 822 Woodbridgi 

west. 



DET AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DET 27 1 

Nurseryman and Florist 

I S. W. Cor. Jefferson Avenue and Adair St., 

Detroit, - - - Michigan. 



FR,EID CTTJXF & S03^B, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




Staves & Heading, Flour and Feed 

^BARRELS^ 

306 High St., Detroit, and Conner's Creeic, IMich. 

ALSO MAHIIFACTBRERS OF FLOOR AND LDMBER, AT THEIR MILLS, CONNER'S CME K. 

O. HENaSTEBECK. 

Wholesale Dealer in 

Rags, Paper Stock and Metals 



MANUFACTURER OF 



TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE, 

Dealer in Hardware, Cutlery, Japanned Ware, dic. 
'  81 & 83 Croghan Street, 

DETROIT, - - - - MICHIGAN. 

I - 

* McGINNIS & BAXTER, 

1 

I Real Estate and Loan Brokers, 

^ FARMS AND PINE LANDS, TIMBER 



^ Farming Hiands, Oity and Country DPropertv 

FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. 

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DET 



Matthews Thomas, saloon, 247 Woodward 

avenue. 
Mathewson Charles M, grocer, 81 I^med w. 
Mathewson James W, grocer, 76 Lamed w. 
Matteeon Joltn W, Carriajre Painter, 

213 Macomb. 
Matthews & Grover, produce commission, 

no Woodbridge w. 
Mauer Peter, grocer, St Joseph bet St Aubin 

ave and Dequindre. 
Maury John, Wines and Liquors, 239 

Michigan aVe. 
Maus Julius, saloon, 226 Rivard. 
MaxiW^ell John II, Propr Biddle House. 

[Seg adv. ) 
May Conrad, saloon, 278 Gratiot ave. 
May Esther, dressmaker, 82 6th. 
May Henry, grocer, cor Clinton and St Au- 
bin ave. 
May Stephen J, eating house, 76 Atwater e. 
May Victoria, meat market, 700 Woodbridge 

west. 
Maybury & Conely, lawyers, 33 Seitz Block. 
Mayer Mrs Christian, millinery,dry goods,4io 

Croghan. 
Mayer John, shoemaker, 590 Gratiot ave. 

niaykew Business College, Ira 

Mayhew President, n e cor Congress and 

Randolph. (S^e adv^ inside front cover.) 
Mayhew Ira, President Mayhew Business 

College, n e cor Randolph and Congress. 

{See adVt inside front cover,) 
Maynard Aaron B, U. S. District attorney, 

Custom House. 
Mechanics Bank, Wm A Butler president, E 

H Butler cashier, 84 Griswold. 
Mechanics »nd Inventors Association, Thoipas 

S Sprague pres, Henry S Sprague sec, H 

F Eberts treas, office 37 Congress w. 
Mechem I J, physician, cor Grand -River ave 

and 5th. 
neddaUKh 9l DriggS« Lawyers, 7, 

8 and 9 Bank Block. 

Meeker Bolivar, Ship Block Mnfr, 63 

Fort e. {See adv.) 
Mehllns John V, Wholesale Grocer, 28 

and 30 Michigan Grand ave. 
Meier John, boots and shoes, 277 St An- 

toine. 
Meissner Wm, barber, 131 Woodward ave. 
Melchers Gustavus, tobacco and cigars, 63 

Randolph. 
Melchers Julius, Wood Carver, 63 

Randolph. {See adv^ p 24^.) 
Melick James O, justice of the peace, s w 

cor Griswold and Congress. 
Meilin Frank, saloon, s w cor MuUett and 

Rivard. 
Melius H dz; P, Saw Mnfrs, 68 and 70 

Fort e. {See adv, p 2^r.) 
Melody Patrick J, grocer, 146 3d. 
Meltz George C, tailor, 184 3d. 
Meltzer Peter, jeweler, 540 Michigan ave. 



Menke John, Merchant Tailor, 133 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Menzes John, furniture, 318 Lafayette. 

Mercer Joseph, boot and shoemaker, 16 
Gratiot ave. 

Merchants Despatch Tranapor* 

tatlon €0, Fast Freight Line, A H 
Muir agent, 13 Congress w. 

Merchants and Mannfacturers 

Bank, Theo H Hinchman Pres, Cbas 
C Cadman Gishier, 97 Griswold. 

Merick, Fowler & Esselstyn, shipping; and 
lumber, foot Woodward pve. 

Merrell A Fergruson, Genl Agent 
Mutual Life Ins Co of New York, I But- 
ler Block, opp Postoffice. 

Merrell & Ternes, groceries, 604 and 606 
Michigan ave. 

Merrill Mrs £, millinery, 538 Croghan. 

Merrill Robert, fancv goods, 538 Croghan. 

Merrill Thomas R, Wholesale Oys- 
sters and Fish. 137 Lamed w. 

Merritt Mrs W, milliner, 47^ Monroe ave. 

Mertin Joseph, grocer, 343 Catherine. 

Mertin Mrs Ida, dressmaker, 72 Macomb. 

Messe H & M, embroidery, 5 Opera House. 

Messmore & Roehm, meat market, 354 
Grand River ave. 

Methodist Publishing €0, Proprs 

Michigan Christian Advocate, Tribune 
Building. 

Mette Clemens, wagon maker, 550 Michigan 
ave. 

Metyn Richard, grocer, 532 7th. 

Metzer Christian, saloon, 457 Michigan ave. 

Metzger Wm, shoemaker, 376 20th. 

Metzner John & Co, soap factory, 794 Mich- 
igan ave. 

Meyers Mrs Mary, dressmaker, 65 Croghan. 

Meyers Wm, carver, 307 St Antoine. 

MlchelS J A Co, Mnfrs of Wood 
Working Machinery, cor Fort and Beau- 
bien. 

Michelsen Henry, furniture, cor Beaubien 
and Gratiot ave. 

Michenfelder Anthony, brewery, 71 Sher- 
man. 

Michigan Agricultural UTorki, 

Levi Wilcox, Manager, cor 20th and 
Fort. 

Michigan Bolt and Nut Co, Geoige 
B Hill, ?res and Treas ; J H Baines, Sec- 
retary ; Louis Sevigne, Manager ; Wight, 
above Marine Hospital, Hamtramck. (See 
adv.) 

Michigan Car Co, John M Newbeny, 
Pres ; James McMillan, Treas and Man- 
ager ; Hugh McMillan, Sec ; Mofiat Build- 
ing. 

Michigan Central R R, Hon James 
F Joy, Pres; Wm B Strong, Gen Supt; 
H B Ledyard, Asst Supt ; Offices, Freight 
and Passenger Depots, foot 3d. {See adv.) 



DETROIT SAPE CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OP 

FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF 



SAFES, VAOtTS. 

VAULT DOORS, IRON DOORS, 
Shutters, Jail Work, &c. 

Affrnti for Sirgent's and Yale's Combination Bank, Post Offlcfl, Stora 
Door and Drawer Locks, dic, iic. 

SECOND HAND SAFES FOR SALE. 
New Office and Factory, Fort St., bet. Beaubien and Antoine, 



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micliiean Christian AdTocate^ 

(*VVcekIy),Methodist Publishing Cp,Proprs, 
Tribune Building. 
]!Eiclilgan EngraTing Co, Designers 
and Engravers on Wood and Metal, 25 
Rotunda Building, (aee adv.) 

Michigan Exchange Motel, Lyon 

& Porter, Proprs, cor Jefferson ave and 
Shelby. 

nilchijean Farmer, (Weekly), John- 
stone & Gibbons, Proprs, Tribune Building. 

Michigan Health Insurance and Relief So- 
ciety,Frederick Busch agent, 72 Congress e. 

nichigan Iroii Foundry, Samuel 

F. Hodge Propr, cor Atwater and Rivard. 
(See adv.) 
Michigan Journal ((German, Daily 
and Weekly), Pope & Comehl, Proprs, 31 
Woodbridge e. 

Michigan Mutual L*ifc Ins Co, 

Jacob S Farrand, Pres ; John T Liggitt, 
Sec ; s w cor Griswold and Jeffer«on ave. 

Michigan Ornamental Stone Co, 

278 Atwater. 
Michigan Paneling Machine and Mnfg Co, 

Wm A Huff manager, S A Plummer sec, 

53 Farmer. 
Michigan State Retreat, Michigan ave bet 

27th and 28th. 

Michigan Steam Dye UTorks, H 

Lippold, Propr, 81 Congress e. {See adv.) 
Michigan Stove Co, Mnfrs of Stoves 
. and Hollow Ware, Francis Palms, Pres; 

M I Mills, Treas ; Geo H Barbour, Sec ; 

cor Jefferson ave and Adair. {See adv.) 
Michigan Volk»blatt, (German Daily 

and Weekly)^ Matthew Kramer & Co 

Proprs, cor Gnswold and Woodbridge. 
Michigan Wire Works, 9 Spruce. 
Miesen Mary, notions, 220 St Antoine. 
Miles Thomas, working jeweler, 131^ 

Woodward ave. 
Millar John,Steamboat and Ship Smith, 

303 Atwater. 
Millar W & R, Wholesale Grocers, 72 Jeffer- 
son ave. 
Millard Frand, cigars and tobacco, 86 Grand 

River ave. 
Millard Frank, saloon, 61 Grand River ave. 
Miller Albert, grocer, 510 St Antoine. 
Miller Charles, barber, 120 Michigan ave. 
Miller Conraa, Hotel Miller, cor 2d and 

Jefferson ave. 
Miller C, saloon, 219 Atwater. 
Miller George, grocer, 234 Hastings. 
Miller Henry, brewery, cor Jefferson and 

Elmwood aves. 
Miller Henry, grocer, 368 and 370 Michigan 

ave. 
Miller Herman, cigars and tobacco, 225 At- 

water 
Miller H T, ticket agent L S & M S R R, 

n e cor Jefferson and Woodward ayes. 



Miller Jacob, crockery, 207 Gratiot ave. 
Miller Jacob, saloon, cor Fort and Beaubk 
Miller Morris, notions, 852 Michigan ave 
Miller Peter, cigar mnfr, 49 Michigan ai 
Miller Peter, meat market, 382St Aubinaj 
Miller Robert, grocer, cor Gratiot and 

Campau aves. 
Miller Sidney D, Attorney at Lav 

and U S Commissioner, Butler's Block. 
Miller Mrs, meat market, 330 Orleans. 
Miller A Simpson, Proprs Detroit 

Gold Sign Co, 162 Jefferson ave. (Seeah^ 
Milligan Frank, Contracting Agod 

Great Western Railway, office 60 Gris- 
wold. 
Mills Andrew H, tug owner and directoi 

Tug Association, Ferry Dock. 
Mills Daniel, barber, Cass Hotel. 
Mills Isaae €9 Mnfr of the Celebrated 

"I C M" Cigars, 205 Gratiot ave. {See adv.] 
Mills A Barker, Furniture, i78Wood< 

ward ave. 
Milward Henry G, merchant tailor, 18^ 

Woodward ave. 
Milward Wm, tailor, 320^ Woodward ave, 
Minard Edward, grocer, 1015 Michigan ate. 
Minchener Geo H, manager R G Dun & Co^ 

159 Jefferson ave. 
Miner Edward, tailor. 12 Congress e, 
Miner John, lawyer, 3 Bank Block. 
Minne Herman, grocer, 522 Beaubien. 
Minoek Edward; Lawyer, 100 Gt» 

wold. 
Minoek John K, grocer, 23 Abbott. 
Minong Mining Company, Stanley G Wight, 

pres, C M Garrison, sec and treaa^ i^ 

Jefferson ave. 
Mintonye Mrs John, millinery, Macomb. 
Mitchell James F, grocer, 165 Beaubien. 
Mitchell Mathew, saloon, 173 Lamed w. 
Mitchell Wm, feed nlill, 139 Woodbridge w. 
Mitchell Wm H, flour and feed, 284 Jeffe^ 

son ave. 
Moe1»S Oeorge & €0, Cigar Mnfrs, it 

to 20 Atwater e. 
Moehl Ernest, meat market, 242 i8th. 
Moeren Matice J, baker, 383 Russell. 
Moesta Henry, Saloon and Bathing 

House, Hamtramck. 
Moffat Hon Hugh, mayor of Detroit and 

lumber mnfr, Atwater bet Chene and Dn* 

bois. 
Mohn John, machinist, Brush nr Croghan. 
Mohrmann John, saloon, cor Lamed and 3d. 
Moliere Louisa J, clairvoyant, 283 Wood- 
ward ave. 
Moloney James, meat market, 280 Grand 

River ave. 
Moloney James L, grocer, cor Park and 

Henry. 
Moloney T & M, grocers, 285 Michigan »▼«• 
Moloney Mrs E, grocer, 602 I2th. 
Monaghan Bernard, grocer, 607 Congress e. 



Corner Jefferson Avenue and Randolph Street, 
DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN. 



Strictly First Class in all its Appointments, 
ACCOMMODATIONS FOB 500 QUESTS. 

Twenty Parlors and Sample Rooms for Commercial Traveters on first floor. 
The conipleleaeis of the arrangements of this Hotel makes it 

Tfee Travder'a Perfect Home. 

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Monaghan Charles, baker, 25 ist. 

Monaghan John, grocer, 155 Woodbridge w. 

Monaghan Wm, hotel, cor Jeffetson and Mt 
Elliott aves. 

Monchamp Mrs Jerome, dry goods, 789 
Congress e. 

Monette Louis, blacksmith, cor Chene and 
Clinton ave. 

Monnig John, grocer, loi Macomb. 

Monroe Mrs Lucy, general store, 538 Fort e. 

nontgomery Robert L«, Forward- 
ing and Commission, foot Wayne. 

Moody Robert, barber, cor Grand River ave 
and 5th. 

Moon Samuel, bakery, 190 Woodward ave. 

Moore Alex D, barber, i Larned w. 

Moore Anna, millinery, 274 Woodward 
ave. 

Moore Mrs Emma, wax flowers, 328 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Moore James H A Co* Grocers, cor 
Adams ave and St Antoine. 

Moore Orlando D, photographer, 158 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Moore S J R, grocer, 699 Fort w. 

Moore Wm, livery, 80 Larned e. 

Moore A Alger « Dealers in Pine Tim- 
ber and Pine Lands, foot ist. 

Moore P A S9 Lumber Mnfrs and 
Dealers, 775 Woodbridge w. 

Moore d^ Oriffln, Lawyers, Moffat 
Building. 

dc Moore^ Lawyers, Moffat 



Building. 

Moran Edmund, wood, sand and timber, 530 
Atwater. 

Moran Jolin, Saloon, 23 Iron, Ham- 
tramck. 

Moran Wm, junk dealer, 288 Atwater.- 

Moran Wm B, lawyer, i and 2 Burns Block, 

Mordhorsi John, cigar mnfr, 202 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Morenus Mrs Rose A, fancy goods, 307 
Woodward ave. 

Morgan Albert R, boots and shoes, 106 
Woodward ave. 

Morgan Hugh, saloon, 310 Woodbridge w. 

Morhous Wm A, hardware, 115 Woodward 
ave. 

Morris George, gents furnishing, 249 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Morris JameS) Propr Keystone Hotel, 
198 Woodbridge w. 

Morris Joseph H, livery, n s Woodbridge w 
of Bates. 

Morris Joseph M, physician, 198^ Wood- 
ward ave. 

Morris Peter T, architect, 93 Larned w, 

Morris Robert, grocer, 197 Porter. 

Morris Robert, saloon, 148 Beaubien. 

Morris & Davenport, insurance, 92 Griswold. 

Morrison George H, groceries, 621 Michigan 
ave. 



Morrison J M & Co, feather renovators, j 

Jefferson ave. 
Morton Benj F, ticket agent, Russell Hons 
Morton John D, stencil cutter, 66 Griswol 
Morton Wm D & Co, bankers, cor 3d u 

Woodbridge. 
Moser Theodore, druggist, 234 Randolph. 
Mosher David, grocer, 286 Baker. 
Motz Fred, hardware, 173 Grand River if 
Moynalian M, Hair Goods, 335 Woo 

ward ave. 
Muehleck & Bro, saloon, 114 Jefferson afc 
Muelenback Peter, tanner, 315 Riopelle. 
Mueller Frank X, marble works, 6.56Chea 
Mueller John C, druggist, 203 Jefferson il 
Mueller LoiliS, Boots and Shoes, I 

Lafayette e. 
Mueller Otto, confectionery, 124 Grati 

avenue. 
Muer Anthony, cigar mnfr, 2 and 3 Jay. 
Muer Joseph, saloon, 208 Russell. 

Mnir Alexander H, Agent Mi| 

chants Despatch Fast Freight Line, I 

Congress w. 
Muir Wm K, general supt D & M R R, offi 

at depot foot Brush. 
Mulheron John J, physician, 238 Randolp 
Muller Carl, saw filer, 296 Michigan ave. 
Muiler Christian, saloon, 397 Hastings. 
Mulvey Mary, notions, 134 Croghan. 

Mamford, Foster A Co, Wholesi 

and Retail Leather and Findings, 20 KU 

roe ave. 
Mnngfer A Co, Books and Stationer 

56 Croghan. 
Munk C & H, meat market, 85 Prospect. 
Munro John F, lawyer, I3i>i Woodwt 

avenue. 
Munson Henry C, insurance, 48 Griswold. 
Munson James D, physician, 79 Shelby. 
MurdiAp^H^y F, fruits, 345 Woodwai 

avenue. 
Murdock, Smith & Co, mnfrs patent straigi 

way valve, 30 Atwater e. 
Murphy Bridget, dressmaker, 109 Beaubil 
Murphy Henry, grocer, 700 Croghan. 
Mlirpiiy M' J A €0, Spring Bed Mnfi 

167 Gnswold. 
MurpilT Tltomab, Saloon, Detroit fl) 

Fort Wayne. 
Murray & Stilwill, painters, 243 Randolph. 
Murray Alex J, veterinary surgeon, 89 Col 

gress e. • 

Murrell Wm, blacksmith, 20S Beaubien. 
Mutual Gas Light Co, Wm H Fitch jr,p« 

C F Dean, sec, s e cor State and Griswok 
Myer Benhardt, saloon, 203 Russell. 
Myers & Bigelow, grocers, 203 Cass. 
Myers E E, Architect, Moffat BuiMini 
Myers Morris S, cigar ranfr, 100 Michig* 

avenue. ' 

Myll W A Tn Wholesale Wines ■• 

Liquors, 87 Croghan. 



DET AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DET 277 

WILLIAM SUCKERT, 

BOOK BINDER 







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ALSO, EMBOSSING, GILDING AND RULING, 

lbs all the facilities of Modem Machinery and Experienced 
' Hands for doing FIBST-OLASS WORK at 

f SHORT NOTICE. 

Blank Books^ County Record Books, 

I 

^ith or without Printed Headings. Also every variety of Work 
i done that is ^usually found in a 

First-Class Bindery 



FOR. 



towns, Counties, Merchants, Bankers, Mining Companies, in 

^ fact all classes of busniess. 

\ 

OFFICE ^ND A^TORKS, 

,Ne\v Tribune Building, 

Nos. 42, 44 & 46 Lamed Street West, 



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itadeau J, saloon, 45 Atwater e. 
Nagle Michael, grocer, 138 Labrosse. 
Nail Ciiarle§ J, Homeopathic Pharmacy, 

164 Woodward ave. 
Nail Bros, fanning mill, mnfrs cor Vinewood 

ave and Grand T. R. R. 
Nail James jr & Co, dry goods, 87 Woodward 

avenue. 
Nathan Moses, watches, 253 Gratiot ave. 

National Ctvar MnQr Co, cor Ma- 

comb and Bru^. 
Nawmann John, grocer, 476 Hastings. 
Nebe Jonas, grocer, 400 Grand River ave. 
Nederlander Joseph, cigar mnfr, cor Gratiot 

ave and St Antoine. 
Nedermeyer Peter, cigar mnfr, 25 Clay. 
Needham Charles, grocer, 193 Harrison ave. 
Neff Newton N, Agent for Macneale & 

Urban Safes, 55 Woodward ave, {See adv.) 
Nelson Simon, clothing, 165 Woodbridge w. 
Nenbroner Jolin C, Wagon Maker, 33 

Fort east. 
Neugebemer Augustus, grocer, 421 St An- 
toine. 
NOTels Richard, Barber, cor 14th and 

Michigan ave. 
NeTin A IVIillS, Tobacco Mnfrs, 193 

and 195 Jefferson ave, cor Bates. 

New Adelphi Theatre, Wm H 

Hough, Propr, n w cor Fort and Griswold. 
(See adv.) 

Ne^rcomb, Gndicott d: Co, Whole- 
sale and Retail Dry Goods, 2 and 3 Opera 
House Building. (See adv^p 2^7-) 

Newhall Clark W, vessel owner, foot Shelby. 

Newhall E O A Co. Commission 
Merchants, 60 Woodbridge w. 

New York L*ife Insurance Co, J 

W Langd on. Agent, Seitz Block. (See adv.) 

Newkirk W R & Co, commission, 82 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Newman Chas, saloon, 741 Woodward ave. 

Newton Henry C, crockery, 502 Michigan 
ave. 

Newton & Merritt, saloon, 192 Woodbridge 
west. 

Nichols J Benton, stenographer, Moffat 
Building. 

Nichols Thomas, barber, 173 Woodbridge w. 

Nicholson E A, builder, cor Grand River 
ave and 4th. 

Niebling Peter, boots and shoes, 83 Lamed e. 

Niedermueller Charles, barber, n w cor 
Clinton and Rivard. 

Niedermueller Christopher, saloon, 217 La- 
fayette. 

Nietsch Joseph, grocer, 270 Chestnut. 

Nisbet Daniel H, hotel, 880 Woodbridge w. 

Noble Sylvester, whip mnfr, 123 Woodward 
ave. 

Noble A Brady, Mining Engineers 
and Mineral Experts, 1 1 Bank Block, Gris- 
wold. {See advpage 22J.) 



Nolan Lawrence E, Lawyer, id 

Griswold. 1 

Nolan liUke, Grocer, 184 MichigJ 

avr. I 

Nolan P W, saloon, 53 Larned w. 
Nonott Frank, saloon, 65 Hale. 
Norris £ C, meat market, 75 I2th. 
Norris George & Co, soda water &c, 65 2d*i 
Norris James, bakery, 159 Michigan ave. | 
Norris Wm T, Livery. Sale and Hac^ 
Stable, also Billiard Room 42 to 46 Coi^ 
gress e. (See adv.) , 

Northern Transportation Co 4 
C V liine, N J Rodier, Agent, si 
Atwater e of bhelby. 

Noi^throp Chas B, gents* furnishing, 165 Jef 
ferson ave. 

Northwestern Tranflnportntlofl 

€0 of M tehlffan, foot Wayne 
North wood Richard M, grocer, 139 Siblej 

cor Cass ave. 
Norton Charles W, tug agent, foot Bates. 
Norvell J K. P, broker, 107 Griswold. ' 

Nothnagel Fred, brewery, 74 12th. . 

Noyes Benjamin, insurance, 105 Bates. 
Noyes James F, physician, loi Shelby. 
Noyes T J, stoves etc, 105 Bates. 
Nutter James, hat mnfr, 83 Gratiot ave. 
Oades John, ship builder, Atwater nr St 

Aubin ave. 
Oakley John J, physician, 114 Griswold. 
Oberliesen Anthony, harness maker. 
O'Brien James, engraver, 37 Congress w. 
O'Brien John F, grocer. 701 Jeflerson ave. 
O^Brten M W« Cashier People's Savings 

Bank, cor Griswold and Congress;. 
O'Brien Patrick, grocer, 88 National are. 
O' Bryan Thomas, saloon, 42 Front, 
Ochs August, meat market, 523 Catharine. 
O'Conncll Dennis, barber, 67 Grand River 

ave. 
O'Connor Catherine, grocer, 112 Fort e. 
O'Connor Daniel, livery stable, 44 

east. 
O'Donnell John H, grocer, 315 Woodward 

ave. 
O'Donnell Tom, blacksmith, 15 Congress e. 
O'Flynn Cornelius J, lawyer, too Griswold. 
Ohlert Peter, grocer, 393 Michigan ave* 
O'Keefe John, liquors &c, 208 Woodbridge 

west. 
Olde Ernest J, general store, Gratiot ave. 
Oldekopp Geo, grocer, 294 St Antoine. 
Oldridge John H, boots and shoes, 237 

Michigan ave. 
Olfs John, confectionery, 185 Macomb. 
Olnejr S P A J P, Mnfrs Saw Gam- 
mers, n w cor Woodbridge and Randolph. 

(See adv.) 
O'Neil & Bro, proprs metropolitan dining 

rooms. 6 & 8 Michigan ave. 
O'Neil James, saloon and restaurant, Bnish. 
O'Neil James F, saloon, 8 Monroe ave. 



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Hill Qearlng, Pumps of all kinds, Brewhouse 

and Distillery Machinery, 'Water, Steam 

and Qoa Oooke, Olobe Valves, and 

Plumbers' Brass Work of 

every desoription. 

Aa» Doltn in 

Iron Pipes and Fittings, 

Cor. Brush and Woodbridge Sts., 
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279 



Oppenheim Mrs Simon, hair goods, 370 

Crpghan. 
CRciUy Miles J, lawyer, 50 Seitz Block. 

OriemtelCoflRee and fSpice mills. 

Palmer, Donaldson & Co Proprs, 183 

Woodward ave. {Steadv,) 
Qwr Edwardy Collecting Agency, n w 

cor Jefferson ave and Grrswold. 
Orth Adam J« Hardware, Stoves and 

Tinware, 190 Hastings. 
Oltli Claofl, Cabinet Maker, Mnfr of 

Fancy Work, 32 Atwater e. 
Osborn C F & Co, lumber, cor Michigan ave 

and 2 1st. 

Oabant Frank A A Co« Lumber 

Dealers, 567 Woodbridge w. 
OmoodDaTid H, Builder, 418 Grand 

River ave. 
O'SoiborjB^li A €0, Furniture Mnfrs, 

215 Michigan ave. 
O'SaiilTan Denis J, Music, Base Balls 

and Varkty Goods, cor Third and Michi- 
gan ave. 
CSuUivan John, general store, 663 Michigan 

a?e. 
OlUer Wm 8^ Printer (Book and Job), 

12 Lamed w. 
Ott John, boots and shoes, 371 Orleans. 
' Ottley Oswald S, painter, 70 Larned w. 

Oar Yankee liand, (Weekly), Albert 

^ Bagg» Editor and Publisher, i Rotunda 
i Building. 
Overmcre Adolph, cooper, 415 Riopelle. 
Owen James, saloqn, 47 Atwater e. 
Owen J Emory, tug owner, Brady's Block. 
Owen Tubal C, Attorney at I^w, 

Ward's Block, foot of Wayne. 
I &ennar Charles, grocer, 316 Fort. 
!nthbaaer Edward, grocer, 572 Beaubien. 
nddock Wm W, oysters and fish, 287 Jef- 

fcTson ave. 
Bideh Adolph. barber, 505 Gratiot ave. 
Tmge Frederick, Coal Merchant, 51 

Griswold. 
Hlmer Thomas W, lumber and pine lands, 

4 Merrill block. 

Fiilmer Donaldson A €0, Proprs 

Oriental Coffee and Spice Mills, 183 Wood- 
ward ave. {Set adv. ) 

PlUmiert Pascal, Photographer, room 
20 Merrill Block. 

Pihns Francis, pres Michigan Stove Co, 
office 357 Jefierson ave. 

Pitpen Zephy, hotel, 811 Woodbridge w. 

nrent Ckail, Merchant Tailor and 
Clothier, 187 Jefferson ave. 

FarlLC, Davis A Co, Manufacturing 
Chemists, office 52 Larned w, works 
McDougall ave. ( See adv first front fly. ) 

Pwker A^ron A, lumber, foot Bates. 

Parker Geo H, mnfr leather and lining, cor 
State and Farmer. 
I Parker R A, lawyer, 6 Bank Block. 



Parker Thomas A, wholesale grocer, 93 

Woodward ave. 
Parker ADeMattOS, Photographers, 

215 Grand River ave up-stairs, 
Parker, Holmes & Co, Tobacco 

Mnfrs, 53 55 and 57 Jefferson ave. 
Parker Willard & Co, pork packers, 32 and 

36 Woodbridge e. 
Parkes Josepk, Wood Turner, cor 

6th and Congress. {See adv.) 
Parmenter O L & Co, mnfrs sales agents. At* 

water foot of Shelby. 
Parson Frederick C, grocer etc, 91 6th. 
Parsons David, agent North Western Mutual 

Life Ins Co, Tribune Bldg. 
Parsons Philo, banker, 105 Griswold. 
Parsons dc • liockwood. National 

Collecting Bureau, I Tribune Bldg. {See 

adv,) 

Partello's Patent ImproTCd 

Sprln§^ Bed, John Lokie, mnfr, 286 
Woodward ave. {JSee adv p 2/y,) 

Paton Robert, furniture and stoves, 170 
Gratiot ave. 

Patrick Wm S^ pine lands, 92 Griswold. 

Patterson Daniel W, bracket mnfr, 195 Cass 
ave. 

Patterson David, Marble Yard, 95 
and 97 Larned w. {See adv.) 

Patterson James W, veterinary surgeon, 7 1 
Columbia w. 

Patterson Margaret, millinery and dress- 
making, 673 Michigan ave. 

Patterson P ]!1, Principal Detroit 
Mathematical and Classical School for 
Boys, cor Farmer and Gratiot ave. 

Pattison J & A D, books, 192 Woodward ave. 

Patton Joseph T, agent Penn Mutual Life 
Ins Co, Moffat Building. 

Patton Wm H. carriage mnfr, s w cor Brush 
and Woodbridge. 

Paul Rainus, grocer, 145 Adams ave e. 

Paol Robert J, Saloon and Restau- 
rant, 36 Monroe ave. 

Paulssen Bernhart, German Theatre, 230 
Rivard. 

Paulas AnffUSte, Groceries, Liquors 
and Wooden Shoes of all Descriptions, cor 
St Antoine and Lafayette. 

Pauly Charles, saloon, 172 Larned. 

Payette Peter, boots and shoes, 327 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Payment, Bogue & Co, druggists. Spring- 
wells. 

Peabodv J BA Co, Dealers in Wood. 
Pressed Hay and Straw, cor Williams and 
Miami ave. 

Pearce Henry, harness maker, 343 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Pearce Mrs John, fancy goods, 588 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Peavey Frank, general agent New England 
Mutual Life Ins Co, I Hodges* Building. 



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DET 



PeaTey A Hunter, Detroit Nursery, 
24th nr Fort. {See adx\ p 261.) 

Peek Oeo A C'O, Dry Goods, 155 and 
157 Woodward ave. \See adv. p 26^.) 

Peles Charles, Saloon, 157 Hastings. 

Pelham Robert, mason, 210 Congress e. 

Peltier & Belanir^r. Insurance and 
Real Estate Agents, 94 Griswold. 

Pender A* Carroll, Saloon, 88 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Penfield Williston S, hardware and seeds 
121 Woodward ave. 

Peninsular Brewery, P Kling & Co, Ham- 
tramck. 

Penney O W, Propr Revere House, cor 
Jefferson ave and Randolph. {See adv.) 

Penniman George H, lawyer, 15 Telegraph 
Block. 

Peocock, Charles W, wood yard, 184 Con- 
gress e. 

Peocock Leister, wood and coaL foot Wayne, 
and cor of Griswold and Clifford. 

People's (Savings Bank« Capital 

paid up, 1125,000, Francis Palms, Pres; 
M W O'Brien, Cashier, cor Congress and 
Griswold. 

People's Shoe House, Griffin & 

Lane, Proprs, 6 Williams Block. 

Perkins M A & Co, real estate. Butler 
Block. 

Perrault & Courville, grocers, 362 Atwater. 

Perrien Bros, flour mill, 236 Gratiot ave. 

Perry, Booth & Co, medicated cigars and 
tobacco, 265 Jefferson ave. 

Peters Geo W, grocer, 623 Twelfth. 

Peters Samuel E & Son, marble dealers. 149 
Grand River ave. 

Peters Wm, boots and shoes, 53 Monroe ave. 

Petershausen Hans P, physician, 61 Lafay- 
ette e. 

Peiei-son Nicholas, boots and shoes, 308 Ma- 
comb. 

Pettee Geo M, city express, 34 Larned e. 

Petz Anthony, meat market, 170 Russell. 

Petz F & J, jewelry, 22 Monroe ave. 

Petz & Young, boots and shoes, 54 Monroe 
ave. 

Pfeifer Joseph, Tailor, 954 Michigan 
ave. 

Pfeifle Jacob, boots and shoes, 325 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Pfefle Peter, saloon, 226 Macomb. 

Pfitzner Herman, hardware, 280 Gratiot ave. 

Froff Martin, meat market, 319 Croghan. 

Pfromm Jacob, meat market, 452 Croghan. 

Pfromm Peter, saloon, 403 Dubois, 

Phelps A Brace, Wholesale Grocers, 
81 and 83 Jefferson ave. 

Philhriek. Christie A Co, Found- 
ers and Macninists, cor Atwater and Chene. 

Philips Jaspar E, saloon, 299 Michigan ave. 

Phillips H T & Co, commission, 56 Michigan 
Grand ave. 



Phillips J & Bro. show case mnfrs, 34 Monroe 
nve. 

Pickett Mrs W, notions. 880 Michigan ave. 

Pierce Albert D, commission, 64 Woodbridge 
west 

Pierson Erasmus D, propr Pierson House, 
272 Woodward ave. 

Pike Wm, saloon, 213 Atwater. 

Pinger Michael, tailor, Fort e bet Rivard and 
Russell. 

Pingrec & Smith, shoe mnfrs, 17 Woodbridge. 

Pinnel Henry, saloon, 227 Atwater. 

Piotrouski Julius, books, etc, cor St Aubin 
ave and Georgia. 

Pipper Andrew, wagon maker, 285 St Aubin 
ave. 

Pittman James £, Coal and Pig Iron, 
foot Cass and foot Riopelle. {Seeadvp2Sg.) 

Pitts A Cranage, Lumber Mnfrs, At- 
water nr St Aubin ave. {See adv, p 62^.) 

Pixlcy & Cleland, furniture, 197 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Plasko Frank & Co, stoves and tinware, 57 
Monroe ave. 

Plass Henry Jr, lawyer, 43 Seitz Block. 

Plass Wm, propr Lake St Clair & New Up 
River Ice Co, 35 Congress w. 

Platte Peter, meat market, 201 St Antoine. 

Plets Frank, tailor, 65 St Antoine. 

Pletsch Henry, grocer, 924 Michigan ave. 

Plumer i^amuel A, Real Estate 

and Loan Agency, Room 4 ad floor Mofet 

Building. 
Pohl Chas J F, photographer, 149 Randolph. 
Pohl Frederick & Co, paper box mnfrs, 54 

Bates. 
Pollock Samuel, druggist, 463 Grand River 

ave. 
Pominville Octave, grocer, 108 Lafayette. 
Pond& Brown, lawyers, 6 Bank Block. 
Pound James H, lawyer, 93 Griswold. 
Poole Henry, wood yard, 114 Clinton. 
Poole Richard, saloon, 134 Bates. 
Pope & Cornehl, proprs Michigan Journal, 

31 Woodbridg w. 
PosseliuH Adolph, furniture, 414 Gratiot ave. 
Post Hoyt, lawyer, 19 Bank Block. 
Post Office, F W Swift, postmaster, n w cor 

Griswold and Larned. 
Post Samuel, agent U S Pension Office, 4 

Kanter Block. 
Potre Edward, baker, 488 Mullett.' 
Potter Anna, saloon, loi Larned w. 
Potter Henry Z, Justice of the Peace, 

Moffat Building, South Side. 
Potter A Porter^ Gent's Furnishisi^ 

Goods and Shirt Mnfrs, 130 Woodward 

ave. 
Powell S & F, millinery, 267 Michigan ave. 
Powelson BeiMamin F^ Photo- 
grapher 223 Jefferson ave. {8ee adv^ p*S7') 
Prange Anton, grocer, Gratiot ave nr Caus- 

pau ave. 



DETROIT 

low h 

GEO. C. JONES, Propr. 

Minuficturei nt 

iistets,Clialrs, 

Work iPlower Stands, 



And all kindf of 



WILLOW FURNITURE. 

OFFICB AND SALESfiOOK, 

73 <3--BbJi^TXOT J^^VE. 

Factory, 15 and 17 Miami Ave., 

DETROIT, - MICHIGAN 



B. SCHROBTBB, 

Elmwood Avenue, bet. Lafayette and Croghan Streets, 
DETROIT, - - - MIOHiaAN. 

Orders for Bouquets, Wreaths. Crosses and Crowns, by Mail or Telegraph, will be 
promptly Attended to. 

HAM.TIIAMOK: 



CAllIAilS, WAmm, SLllgiS, 

TltXJCKS A.ISI> DRAYS. 

Works on Iron St., near Jefferson Ave., - DETROIT, MICH. 

W. H. KBYSBB, Proprietor. 



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DET 



Pratt Colonel H C, paymaster U S army. 
Moffat building. 

Pratt ISteplien Jr, Boiler Works, 214 
216 and 218 Congress w. 

Prell A Bettman, Wholesale Clothiers, 
50 Woodward ave nr Jefferson avc. (See 
adv page 2^3:) 

Prentis Browse T, lawyer loi Griswold. 

Prentis George H, lawyer, loi Griswold. 

Prentis John F, real estate, loi Griswold. 

Prentiss Bros A €0, Wholesale 
Hardware, 31 and 33 Woodward ave. 
(See adv,) 

Prest John J, painter, 300 Woodward ave. 

Preston David A Co, Bankers, 84 
Woodward ave. 

Preuss Ferdinand, cigar maker, 457 Macomb. 

Price Mrs Caroline, boarding house, 295 
Jefiierson ave. 

Price Edwardt Baker & Confectionery, 
333 Fort w. 

Pridgeon Jolin, Vessel Owner, 16 
Woodward ave. 

Prittie & Buffum, druggists, 133 Woodward 
ave. 

Prochaska Frank, saloon, cor St Antoine and 
Benton. 

Procter & Gamble, M E Latson agent. Soap, 
candles, oib and refined lard, 66 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Prouty F & Son, grocers, 73 Grand River 
ave. 

Puddefoot & Manuel, plumbers, 418 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Puigh Mrs Bridget, green house, cor Mt El- 
liott ave and Lafayette. 

Pullman^s Palace Car €0, A R 

Winfield Supt, T A Bissell Manager, Office 
cor Jefferson ave and Griswold. Works 
cor <>oghan and St Aubin ave. 

Pnlte A St Son, Wholesale Grocers, 32 
Monroe ave. 

Pulvermacher Ludwig, grocer, cor Hastings 
and Indiana. 

Purcel & Leonard, wood dealers. 548 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Purchell Miss Mary, fancy goods, 1 61 St 
Antoine. 

Purdy Stephen, lawyer, 112 Griswold. 

Pursell Miss M, intelligence office, 50 Mich- 
igan ave. 

Purvis Granville S, Druggist, 991 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Purvis Wm, blacksmith, 78 Lamed w. 

Quandt F & Bro, cigar mnfrs, 96 Gratiot 
ave. 7t 

Quast August, saloon, 11 1 Randolph. 

Quigley John, copper smith, 314 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Quinn John S & Co, divers, 6 Brady's Block. 

Quinn Thomas, saloon, 97 Atwater. 

Quinn Wm, Victor Hotel, n e cor Wood- 
bridge and Beaubien. 



^uinn A Toomey, Wholesale and 
Retail Wines and Liquors, 12 Michigan 
ave. {See adv.) 

Raass Henry, boots and shoes 40 Fort e. 

Rabaut Charles P, planing mill, cor Grand 
River ave and Third. 

Rabaut Madame, laces, 231 Woodward are. 

Radford Robt & Hro, painters, cor 8th and 
Ann. 

Radloff Cbarlefi^ Blacksmith, cor Jos 
Campau ave and Sherman. 

Ralpll P J ft Co, Vessel Owners and 
Insurance Agents, Ward's Block foot of 
Wayne. 

Ramsay'N R, Novelty Mnfr and Agents' 
Supplies, 119 Michigan ave. 

Randall Corydon €, Photographer 
220 Woodward ave. 

Randall James A^ Lawyer and Cir- 
cuit Court Commissioner, 16 and 16^ 
Telegraph Block. 

Randall Joseph, saloon, cor Jefiferson ave 
and Cass. 

Rapalje Theo P, livery, 291 First. 

Rasch & Bernart, tailors, 157 Jefferson ave. 

Rathbone Wm P, real estate, Mofiat Build- 
ing. 

Rathbone, Sard & Co, wholesale stoves, 23 
Monroe ave. 

Rath fuss John, bakery, 169 Lafayette e. 

Raths Nicholas, clothes renovator, 103 Bates. 

Raths P & Bro, hardware, 587 Michigan ave. 

Ratlgan Patrick, grocer, Springwells. 

Ran let Charles, Shoemaker, 244 An- 
tietam. 

Rauss John, meat market, 140 Randolph. 

Ray Joseph I, carpenter, 253 Beaubien. 

Raymonds A BLibbard* Commission 
Merchants, Flour, Grain, Feed and Job- 
bers in Beans, 19 Woodward ave, office 
Stimson Block. 

Raymont Richard, saloon, 92 Michigan ave, 

Rea & Stupinsky, founders, cor 4th and Con- 
gress. 

Ream A F, meat market, 331 Fort w. 

Reardion John, saloon, 334 Michigan ave. 

Reath T S, saloon, 14 Woodward ave. 

Red en John, shoemaker, i8l Orleans. 

Reed Mrs C N, millinery, 116 Michiganave. 

Reeg Leonard, dry goods, 210 Michigan ave. 

Reese Alvin H, Genl Supt Detroit, 
Lansing & Lake Michigan R R, 214 
Woodbridge w. 

Reeves & Rooks, grocers, 336 Franklin. 

Rehahn Wm, clothier, 154 Gratiot ave. 

Reichenbach George, meat market, 15^ 
Macomb. 

Reichenbach Henry, wood dealer, 610 
Michigan ave. 

Reichert Chas, saloon, 153 Randolph. 

Reichle Ferdinand, carriage mnfr, s e cor 
Randolph and Franklin. 

Reichlein Henry, grocer, 534 Woodbridge w. 



DET AND BUSINESS DiRKCTosy. DET ' 383. 

E^ R. DAVIS^ 

*^Wh<iI<uI<D»l«riii GREEN, PURPLE, 

■•otngSlile, Kills, Elc BLACK AND RED SlATt 

"""JS.'.'.if.*.'"?..?..''' "' 1 DETROIT. MICH. 

Chas. Stange 

MiDuriclurcr af 

Quick Li/ae,. 

Dtilci in 

Building Stone, Cmeniy 

Calcined Plaster, Hair, 

Fire Brick, Cord 

Weod, Etc. 

Ko. 3T0 Atwater Street,  - DETROIT, MICH- 

EAsrr Eivr> ma^iible "WOKits- 

STORK & LEMMER, 



Italian & American Harble. 

SCOTCH aBAlTITE 1C01TUUENT8. 
130 Elm wood Ave., 

DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 



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DET 



Beicbratll Peter^Boot and Shoe Maker, 
956 Jefferson ave. 

Reid A Hills. Painters, Glass, Picture 
and Picture Frame Dealers, 108 Wood- 
ward ave and 10 and 12 Congress e. {S^e 
adv page ^37.) 

Reidy Edward, agent, 172 Jefferson ave. 

Reif SLermann^ Importer and Dealer 
in German Books, 134 Gratiot ave. 

Rcilly Cornelies J, lawyer, 149 Jefferson ave. 

Reilly John, plumber and gas fitter, 224 
Jefferson ave. 

Rein hart Julius, saloon and shoes^ 299 Gra- 
tiot ave. 

Reinstein Joseph, watchmaker, 118 Gratiot 
ave. 

Reis George J, grocer, 352 Orleans. 

Reithard Jacob, painter, 71 Lamed e. 

Remick Royal C, lumber, 5 Merrill Block. 

Remington Bros, broom mnfrs, 63 Grand 
River ave. 

Renaud Geo F, propr Hotel Renaud, cor 
Grand River and Adams aves. 

Rcnner Frank, barber, 3 Brush. 

Reno John, grocer, 594 Jefferson ave. 

Rentschler & Thielert, tailors, 47 Monroe 
ave. 

Rentz Theo, grocer, 394 Grand River ave. 

Renz Henry, tanner, 382 Gratiot ave. 

Reuter Conrad, Carpet Mnfr, 85 Gra- 
tiot ave. 

Reutter Mathew, saloon, s w cor Rivard and 
Sherman. 

Revere House, O W Penney Propr, cor 
Jefferson ave and Randolph. {See adv.) 

Rexford Dwight C, lawyer, 16 Bank Block. 

Rezz Joseph, grocer, 154 Sherman. 

Rhaesa Julius, cigar mnfr, 177 Michigan 
ave. 

Rltein Joseph, Meat Market, 83 Adams 
ave e. 

Rheiner Wm, gunsmith, 63 Randolph. 

Rhode Joseph, grocer, 475 Gratiot ave. 

Riband Louis, painter, 562 Macomb. 

Rice Benjamin F. shoemaker, 693 Michigan 
ave. 

Rice Delos E, founder and machinist, 191 
and 193 Atwater e. 

Rice Mrs John, dry goods, 374 Grand River 
ave. 

Rice J D, restaurant, 126 Jefferson ave. 

Rice Preston, restaurant, 50 Shelby. 

Richards Geo R, physician, 144 Congress e. 

Richards Samuel, physician, 203 Napoleon. 

Richards Samuel D, physician, 163 Wood- 
ward ave. 
Richards Wm B, barber, 64 Griswold. 

Riehardson David M, Mate h Mnfr 

and Sole Propr and Mnfr of Russell's Im- 
proved Patent Wheat Scourer and Cleaner, 
cor Woodbridge and 8th. 

Richmond Elkanah D, Builder, 31 
LAmedw. 



Richmonds & Backus, stationers, 183 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Richter Julius, physician, 864 Michigan ave. 

Rickards Wm J, saloon, 56 Larned w. 

Rickel George, grocer, 464 St Anloine. 

Rickett Samuel C, confectionery, 43 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Rickets Frank, barber, 908 Michigan ave. 

Rickey Wm, grocer, cor Fourth and Alex- 
ander. 

Rickel Fred, saloon, 462 St Antoine. 

Rickle rtenry & Co, grocers, cor Croghan 
and Riopelle. 

Riddle W & Sons, hats and furs, 99 Wood, 
ward ave. 

Rider Wm, confectionery, 48 Monroe ave. 

Riggs John H, coffee and spice, 221 Gratiot 
ave. 

Riopelle Claude N, lawyer, 5 Telegraph 
Block. 

Rischert Charles, bakery, s w cor Hastings 
and Franklin. 

Ringe Claus, grocer, 169 i8th. 

Rivard & Surprenant, blacksmiths, Jefferson 
ave Hamtramck. 

Rivenet Theodore, tinsmith, 569 Croghan. 

Robb* William C, grocer, 695 Woodward 
ave. * ^ 

Roberts E K & Co, bankers, 61 Griswold. 

Roberts Mrs Mary, fancy goods, 594 Gratiot 
ave. 

Roberto A SonS,Plain and Ornamental 
Plasterers, 212 Woodward ave. {See adv^ 
p 26T.) 

Robertson Robert D, grocer, 144 Abbott. 

RoblUfiOn Henry S, Boot and Shoe 
Mnfr, 65 Jefferson ave. 

Robinson Henry S, cigar boxes, cor Fort and 
Beaubien. 

Robinson Henry W, meat market, 339 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Robinson John, meat market, 399 Michigan 
ave. 

Robinson Rebecca K, clothing, 57 Michigan 
ave. 

Robinson Brothers, liquors, 62 Congress c. 
Robinson & Co, grocers, 346 6th. 
Robinson & Flinn, lawyers, Moffat Building. 

Robinson A Keys, Coal, Wholesale 
and Retail, Wight nr Adair, office 9^ 
Griswold. {See adv.) 

Robinson Sl Ijambert, Distillers 

and Importers, 40 Woodward ave. 
Robinson HT B A Co, Wholesale 
Boots and Shoes, 63 and 65 Jefferson ave. 
Robison Robert D, capitalist, 92 Griswold, 
Roch Joseph, shoemaker,307 McDougalla^^C' 
Roche Thomas, undertaker, 109 Randolpli* 
Rodda Urm H, Engine Builder, cor At- 
water and St Antoine. 
Rodecker Wm W, agent Victor sewing 

machine, 232 Woodward ave. 
Roder Joseph, saloon, 384 Jos Campau «▼€. 



DET AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DET 285 

  —' 

Michigan Steam Djre Works. 

H. LiPPOLD, Proprietor, 

No. 81 Congress Street, between Randolph and Brush, 
DETROIT, - - - MICmQAN. 

J. F. BA.ISCH:, 



DEALER IN 



Guns, Rifles and Ammunition 

RAZORS, SHEARS, SCISSORS, 

Pocket and Table Cutlery. Pen and Pooket Knives Bebladed and 
Repaired. Razors, Shears, <kc., carefully Sharpened and 
Repaired. Razors Ooncaved on Short Notice 

Kfl. 23 Coiress St., Cor. Bates, Detroit, mioh. 

CHARLES KAUFMANN, 



MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 



Looking Glasses, 

WINDOW CORNICES. PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS, 

Flail and Ornaiental Fraies, Oral and Spare Fraies, Cliroios, EnEraTlng!!, 

31 Monroe Avenue, DETROIT. 

Old Frames Regilt and made to Look Equal to New. Orders from the country solicited. 
THEO. SHOENHERR. CHARLES BEUTEL, 

SHOENHERR & BEUTEL, 

Paper Box Manufacturers, 

No. 84 Bates Street, Corner Woodbridge, 

DETROIT, - - - MICHIGAN. 

We woold respectfully solicit the patronage of the public generally, and especially those requiring Drug- 
gist Boxes* Shoe and Shelf Boxes. Jewelry and Confectionery Boxes, Millinery Bonnet 
Boxes, Flower Sample Boxes, Seidlitz Powder Boxes, Desk Boxes, &c. 

ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED AT NEW YORK WHOLESALE PRICES. 



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DET 



ICICHIGAN STATS GAZETTEER 



DET 



Rodier Noel J, commission merchant and 
agent N TCo, & C V line, s s Atwater e of 
Shelby. 

Rodiger Henry, saloon, 78 Fort e. 

Roegner John, saloon, 222 Randolph. 

Roe§:ner A Kriegholl, Saloon, 19 
Miami ave. 

Roehler Anton, glassware, 232 Randolph. 

Roehm Charles, meat market, 243 Grand 
River ave. 

Roehm Charles L, book binder, cor Jeffer- 
son ave and Shelby. 

Roehm Bros, meat market, 483 Grand River 
ave. 

JRoehm & Davison, wholesale carriage goods, 
7 1, and 73 Jefferson ave. 

Roehm & Wright, jewelers, 138 Woodward 
ave. 

Roemer John, saloon, 128 St Antoine. 

Roeser Guenther, meat market, 196 Orleans. 

Rogers Alice, grocer, cor Abbot! and Third. 

Rogers Ebenezer H, lawyer, 2 Waterman 
Block. 

Rogers James, saloon, Hamtramck. 

Rohe Felix, boots and shoes, cor St Aubin 
ave and Georgia. 

BotonS A Sctaaefer^ Dealers in Car- 
riage Goods, etc., 52 and 54 Congress e. 

Rohr Charles, plumber, 487 Gratiot ave. 

Rohrig Frank, grocer, 361 Franklin. 

Rolfe Alonzo, carriage repository and livery, 
s w cor Jefferson ave and Beaubien. 

Rolfe Philip, grocer, 266 Howard. 

RolslioTeii Frederick, Watches, 

Clocks and Jewelry, 189 Jefferson ave. 

{Seeadv,p2S7.) 
Bomeyn Theodore, Lawyer, 13 Mof- 
fat Building, 1st floor. . 
Someyn A IVeir, Lawyers, Moffat 

Building. 
Rommeck Anton, grocer, 219 Croghan. 
Roney M & Son, furniture, 163 Michigan 

avenue 
Ronnefeld Theodore, druggist 195 Gratiot 

ave. 
Roos Philip, saloon. 136 Lamed w. 
Boot Charles & Co, Wholesale Dry 

Goods, 134 and 136 Jefferson ave. [Seeadv 

in classified directory. ) 
Boshach Adam, Saloon, 71 Griswold. 
Rose Levi C, physician, 60 Miami ave. 
Rosenberger Mathias, clothing, 139 Grand 

River ave. 
Rosenfield Joe, cigars, 69 Griswold. 
Rosenfield R euben, liquors, 76 Congress e. 
Rosenfield I & Co, tobacconists, 23 Jefferson 

avenue. 
Rosenthal Hannah, millinery, 213 Gratiot 

avenue. 
Rosenthal Samuel, cigar mnfr, 275 Michigan 

avenue. 
Rosier F £ & Brother, grocers, cor Prospect 

ftnd Napdleon. 



Ross Andrew, lumber, cor Fort and 14th. 

Ross Edward H, plumber, 71 Lamed w. 

Ross John, saloon, 67 Larned e. 

Ross Wm, confectioner, 254 Gratiot ave. 

Boss D A & Co, Lumber, cor RiTard 
and Atwater. 

Roth Henry, giocer, cor Antietam and 
Jos Campan ave. 

Rothacher Jacob, meat market, 732 Gratiot 
avenue. 

Rother Charles, cigar mnfr, 217 Atwater. 

Rother R & Co, druggists, s e cor Gratiot 
ave and Randolph. 

Bothsehlld dc Bro, Wholesale Deal- 
ers in Leaf, and Importers of Havana 
Tobacco, 77 and 79 Jefferson ave. 

Rourke Daniel, grocer, 800 Grand River 
ave. 

Rouse William H, physician, 337 Grand 
River ave. 

RoM'e William, boots and shoes, 263 Michi- 
gan ave. 

B^we A Mayes, Mnfrs of Files and 
Rasps, office and factory, cor Fort and 
Beaubien. {See adv.) 

Bowell John, New and Second Hand 
Furniture, 147 Michigan ave. 

Rowland Richard, grocer, 236 Woodward 
avenue. 

Rowley Moses N, scales, 15 Woodbridgee. 

Roy Isaac, grocer, 306 Atwater. 

Boys James A, Bookseller and Sta- 
tioner, 65 Griswold. 

Badd B G A Son, Proprs VaUey 
Mills and Dealers in Flour and Feed, $l 
Michigan ave. {8ee adv^ f ^^3-) 

Rudolph Benjamin, physician, 168 Ran- 
dolph. 

Ruehle Fred, grocer, 72 Russell. 

Rufus John W, saloon, 315 Michigan ave. 

Buhl Charles, Propr Franklin House, 
cor Bates and Larned. (Seecuh.) * 

Buhlman Jacques, Saloon, 532 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Runge John, boots and shoes, 227 Gratiot 
avenue. 

Buoff Au§:ust, Brewery and Saloon* 
333 and 335 Gratiot ave. (See adv.) 

Ruoff Mrs Margaret, saloon, 139 Bates. 

Russel Geo B, vice pres Detroit car worki, 
94 Griswold. 

Bussel Oeo H, Sec and Treas Ham- 
tramck Iron Works and Detroit Car 
Works, 94 Griswold. 

Russell Alfred", lawyer, 48 Seitz Block. 

Russell Francis G, la^'yer, room 18 Mof&t 
Building. 

Bussell House, Witbeck & Chittenden, 
Proprs, Woodward ave opp City Hall. 

Ruth Morris, dry goods, 329 Croghan. 

Butson Alfred, Plumber and Gas Fit- 
ter, 221 Woodward ave. 

Ryan Denis T, dry goods, 277 Michigan ave. 



1 BirsiiNBSs D1KICT0KY. DET 187 

* AUG. H. SCHMBCK. 



HANSING & SCHNBCK, 

Wholesale Taakee Hotioas, 

No. 206 Jefferson Avenue, 

DETROIT.  . -  MICHIQAN. 

Merchant Tailor, 

181 Woodward Avenue, 

DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN. 

(SUCCESSt.RS TO J. ». PBKEINS.) 

U Cittsn, k\ Frsss d MmM ktmeiit M;ken. 

Room 16 Merrill Block, DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 



i^ AJCJC STENCIL MATERIAL All WHOLESALE. -Q| 

Wtx Seali, Steel Stamps, and Models made in Superior Slyle. En^neera and Surrcfon 

InsCrumeDls carefully repaired. 
FOR SALE ; MoRsB Twist Drills and Drill Chucks and U. S. Standakd Scales. 

OC. E. LETTS & C0.,0 

dbaleks in 



coAL&mmoi, 



Also, all kinds of Docking, 

No. 685 Woodbridge Street West, between 14th and 15th Sts., 
DETROIT, MICHIOAJI. 

Up-To-wn Office, Cor. Griswold and Oongress Sts. 



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DET 



Ryan John, blacksmith, cor Rivard and At- 
watpr. 

Ryan John, grocer, 189 Michigan ave. 

Ryan Joseph, meat market, 83 Adams ave. 

Ryan Martin, wood, 304 Atwater. 

Ryan Hichael, Eastern Hotel, Ham- 
tramck. 

Ryan Wm, grocer, 224 Sixth. 

Ryan & Sanders, painters, 208 Woodward 
ave. 

Sabin Alvan N commission merchant, s s 
Atwater e of Shelby. 

Sabine Alfred, harness maker, 129 Grand 
River ave. 

Sabine John C, harness maker, 331 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Sabine Wm C, harness maker, 38 Jefferson 
ave. 

Sackmann Frank, saloon, 184 Prospect. 

St Anthony's Boys' Asylum, Gratiot road, 
east of city limits. 

St Charles Hotel, Anthony Wiethoff propr, 
89 Atwater. 

St Lawrence Hotel, G Wohlfarth propr, 59 
Atwater e. 

St Mary's Hospital, 95 Clinton. 

St Vincent Orphan Asylum, 79 Randolph. 

Salter Charles H, grocer, 334 Fort. 

Sample Geo, barber, xo6 Griswold. 

Sanborn Wm, agent Chas. S. Hall's agri- 
cultural works, 50 Lamed w. 

Sanders Abraham, billiard room, 63 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Sanders Charles, saloon, 125 St Aubin ave. 

Sanders Peter, grocer, 116 Elizabeth e. 

Sanders & Dreher, grocers, 355 Hastings. 

Sanderson A Jolinson. Real Estate 
Dealers, Butler Block. 

Sands Patrick J, saloon, 169 Woobridge w. 

Saner Peter, saloon, 207 Wight. 

Sanford Charles, restaurant, 67 Griswold. 

Sargeant Thomas B, Gen*l Supt 

Detroit & Bay City R R, cor Woodbridge 
and 3d. 

Satter John, cigars and tobacco, Russell 
House. 

Sauer Nicholas, boots and shoes, 630 Gra- 
tiot ave. 

Sauer W C, civil engineer, Butler Block, 
Griswold. 

Saunders Harry H, attorney at law, 15 Tel- 
egraph Block. 

Sautter Gottlob, saloon, 159 Macomb. 

Savag^c Wm £ A> Bro, Newspaper 
Advertising Agents, 19 Rotunda Building. 

Schaack Christian, Potash Mnfr, 43 

and 44 Fort e. 
Schaale Herman, meat market, 845 Fort w. 
Schaffler Christian,notions, 722 Michigan ave. 
Scharf Wm, watch maker, 289 Gratiot ave., 
Schaum Joseph, saloon, 444 Antoine. 
Sclielir Adam, Sole Lealher Tannery, 194 

Catharine. 



Scheibeck J, meat market, 354 Hastings. 

Schelbe August, grocer, 487 Grand River. 

Schembi Frederick, grocer, 225 Sherman. 

Scherer, J C, drugs and medicines, 41 Mich- 
igan Grand ave. 

Schiappacassa Louis, oyster rooms, 220 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Schiffer Peter, boots and shoes, 500 Gratiot 
ave. 

Schimmel Louis, wood yard, 240 St An- 
toine. 

Schindler George, meat market, 398 St An* 
toine. 

Schlegel Henry, grocer, 743 Woodward ave. 

Schlesinger Emanuel, grocer, 396 Hastings. 

Schleuss Charles, shoe maker, 314 Chene. 

Schlicker Ludwig, saloon, 453 Gratiot ave. 

Schlitt John, tailor, 71 Croghan. 

Schloss Benjamin, furnishing goods, 107 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Schlons St Brother, Wholesale Cloth- 
ing, 180 and 182 Jefferson ave. 

Schmemann Carl, insurance, cor Monroe ave 
and Randolph. 

Schmid Carl, Architect, 26 Monroe 
ave. (See adv.) 

Schmidt Charles, tailor, 145 Cass. 

Schmidt Frank, grocer, cor Hastings and 
Bronson. 

Schmidt Fred, meat market, 117 Catherine. 

Schmidt Tranp^otty Tanner and 
Dealer in Hides, Skms and Wool, 58 to 64 
Croghan. 

Schmitt Carl, grocer, 35 Prospect. 

Schmitt Christian, propr Hotel Francaise, 
45 Michigan Grand ave. 

Schmitt Frank, meat market, 426 Congress e. 

Schmitt & Schmittdiel, match mnfrs, cor 
8th and Leverette. 

Schmoock Wm, carpet factory, 177 Croghan. 

Schneck Fred, carpenter, 29 Beacon. 

Schneck Wm C, grocer, 349 Chene. 

Schneider Casper, grocer, cor Fort and Beau- 
bien. 

Schneider Fred, wood turner, 65 Fort e. 

Schneider Gotthard, gold and silver plater, 
190 Woodward ave. 

Schneider John, grocer, cor Gratiot ave and 
Beaubien. 

Schneider John, saloon, 24 Michigan ave. 

Schneider John P, confectioner, 679 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Schneider N D, saloon, ii Brush. 

Schneider Stephen, lumber, 279 Grand River 
ave. 

Schneiderheinz Angrnst, Grocer, 

142 Chene. 
Schober Emit, printer, 14 Congress e. 
Scholes Richard G, boots and shoes, 175 

Michigan ave. 
Schrage Joseph, harness maker, 505 Gratiot 

ave. 
Schremser Edward, saloon, 220 Croghan. 



DET AND BUSINESS DIRBCTORY. DET 289 



A. R. & W. P. LINN, 

JOBBERS OF 

Teas, Coffees, Spices & Grocers' Sundries 

No. 1^0 JejfTerson Avenue, 
DETROIT, - - - MICHIGAN. 

ALLAN SHE LD EN. JAMES MOORE. GEO. A. OtVEN, 

ALLAN SHELDEN & CO., 

IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 

STAPLE AND FANCY DRYGOODS 

37. 39 & 41 WOODWARD AVENUE, 

DBXROIT, .... »llOHia-A.N. 

DETROIT CITY BLOCK AVORKS. 

BOLIVAR MEEKER, Proprietor, 

Manufacturer of 

ROPE AND IRON STRAP BLOCKS 

OF KVKRY DESCRIPTIOOSr. 
i^ All Orders Fillbd with Dbspatch. 

6z Fort Street East. DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 



ROBERT HODGKIN, 

DEALER IN ^ 

Coal Tar and Pitch. 

54 Jefferson Avenue, 
DETROIT, .... MICHIGAN, 

PARSONS & LOOKWOOD, 

GENBRAL AGENTS KOR THE 

National Collection Bureau, 

FOR THE STATES OF MICHIGAN & OHIO. 



Office, No. 1 Tribune Building, DETROIT, MICHIGAN, 

Agents to solicit Memberships wanted. Also, Attorneys in every section of the States. 
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DET 



Schrewe Joseph, saloon, cor Dubois and 

Chestnut. 
Schroeder Charles, grocer, cor Beaubien anr 

Harriet. 
Schroeder Christian, saloon, i6o Beaubien. 
Schroder Valentine, confectioner, 460 Gra- 
tiot ave. 
SclU'Oeter Brnno, Florist, Green 

House cor Eimwood ave and Lafayette. 

{Sfe adv.) 
Schuetz John C, saloon, 33 Bates. . 
Schuh Peter, druggist, 780 Jefferson ave. 
Scliulenburg Chas, Billiard Table 

Mnfr, 98,100 and 102 Randolph. (Seeai/7'.) 
ScliUler A. Co, Watches, Clocks and 

Jewelry, 160 Jefferson ave. 
Schulte Adam, saloon, 20 Monroe are. 
Schultc Anthony, grocer, 102 Macomb. 
Schulte Anion, tailor, 77 Croghan^ 
Schulte Casper, physician, S8 Croghan. 
Schulte Peter, grocer, 1 60 Prospect. 
Schulte Peter, grocer, 240 i8th. 
Schulte Adam & Sons, grocers, Hamtramck. 
SchuUheis Philip, saloon, 43 Michigan Grand 

ave. 
SchuUheis Wm, marble works, cor Bates 

and Michigan Grand ave. 
SchnltZ Chas, (National Cigar Mnfg 

Co), cor Macomb and Brush. 
Schuhz John, grocer, 81 i8th. 
Schuman Hartman, fruits, 191 Woodbridge 

west. 
Schumer Mathew, tailor, n e cor Congress 

and Bates. 

Schuneman A A Co, Cigar Mnfrs, 

226 Jefferson ave. 
Schunemann Theodore, cigar mnfr, 63 Gris- 

wold. 
Schultz Rudolph, fancy goods, cor Webster 

and Prospect. 
Schwartz Charles, toys and fancy goods, 96 

Woodward ave. • 

Schweizer George, grocer, 28 Hastings. 
Schwenk John, shoe maker, 119 Grand 

River ave. 

Scientific Manufacturer (Monthly), 

R. A. Sprague Editor and Propr, room i 
Tribune Building. 

Scott Vincent J, banker, 159 Jefferson ave. 

Scott Wm, architect, lOjGriswold. 

Scott Sl Brown, Ship Merchants and 
Brokers, 12 Woodward ave. 

Scotten, Lovett A Co, Tobacco Mnfrs, 
lO:^ to no, Randolph. 

Scribner Elbridge A, restaurant, 259 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

I§k;ripps James E, Editor and Proprie- 
tor The Evening News, 69 Shelby. 

Scripps Wm A, Manager Tribune Printing 
Co, Tribune Building. 

Sealy Henry A, produce, foot Shelby. 

Sears Asa B, undertaker, 241 Woodward 
8lve« 



Seaton Robert, builder, 193 Cass. 

Sebille Louis, confectioner, 246 Woodward 

ave. 
Sebille Mrs, Millinery, 216 Woodward ave. 

Second National Bank, H P Bald- 
win President, C M Davison Cashier. 99 
Griswold. 

Seeley Henry, grocer, 708 Beaubien. 

Seel hoff Fred, groce^, 835 Michigan ave. 

Seely Mark A, hats and caps, 123 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Seely J M & Co, Wholesale and Retail 
Perfumers, 195 Woodward ave. 

Seestedt Henry, furniture, 602 Michigan ave. 

Seibert John, shoemaker, 184 Clinton. 

Seitz Charles B, Wood and Ivory 
Turner, 34 At water e, 

Sellick Lorenzo D, basket mnfr, 878 Grand 
River ave. 

Selliman Anthony, saloon and market garden, 
Gratiot road e of city limits. 

Sellings liOUlSy China and Glassware, 
137 Jefferson ave. 

Senninger Nicholas, saloon, 359 Gratiot ave. 

Sexton A Hlekey* Undertaken, 339 
Michigan ave. 

Shafer Joseph W, barber, 147 Gratiot ave. 

Shank Mrs Eliza, grocer, 486 Macomb. 

Shaules Thomas, blacksmith. 811 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Shavlian Michael, grocer, 721 Michigan ave. 

Shaw Daniel L, harness maker, 92 Michigaa 
ave. 

Shaw & Grece, lawyers, room 39 Seitz Block. 

Sbeadel Wm T, Physician, 329 nth. 

Sheahan Malachi, saloon, 175 Grand River 
ave. 

Sheehan John, tailor, 290 Michigan ave. 

Sheeler Andrew, horse collar mnfr, 392 
Gratiot ave. 

Sliefferly Jobn B, China, Crockery 
and Glassware, 140 Woodward ave. 

Sbefferly Brothers, Mnfrs Sash, 
Doors and Blinds, n s Croghan bet Hasl> 
ings and Rivard. 

Sheiber Andrew, shoemaker, 474 Grand 
River ave. 

Shelden Allan A Co, Importers and 
Jobbers Dry Goods, 37, 39 and 41 Wood* 
ward ave. {Ste adv^ p 28g,) 

Shelden Charles \, commission, foot 2d. 

Shelp Charles, silver plater, n w cor Bates 
and Woodbridge. 

Shenahan Daniel, grocer, 300 Michigan ate. 

Shepard Charles L, notions, 703 Woodward 
ave. 

Shepard Edward, lithographer, 54 Bates. 

Sherman Harry K, saw filer, 51 Farmer. 

Sherwood Sl Go« Agricultural Imple- 
ments, 184 and 186 Woodward ave. 

Shiawassee Paper Co, Newberry Bros, propn* 
208 Jefferson ave. 

Shield & Bros, meat market, 93 6th. 



DET AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DET 29 1 

John F. Palmbr. J. A. Donaumon, Jr. Lrwts C Hammrr, Special. 

I£:iVTA.]L. M:I]L.]L.S. 



PALMER, DONALDSON & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF GROUND 

COFFEEAND SPICES, 

And Dealers in Teas, Mustard, Cream Tartar and Baking Powder. 
X83 Woodward Avenue. DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 

PETER DEDERICECS J"r., 

Af^chitect and Superintendent, 

Office, 171 Croghan Street, DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 



PUuis faraished for School Buildinrs, Opera Houses, Hotels, Churches &c. All plans furnished in full 
size, details drawn and guaranteed correct. Orders will meet prompt attention 

from all the states and territories. 

7. MOWJS. a. UAYXS. 

RO"WE & IIJLTTES, 

MANUFACTURERS OF FILES AND RASPS, 

WHOL.BSALB AND RBTAIL DBALBRS IN 

FRENCH AND SWISS JEWELERS' FILES. 
Office and Factory, Cor. Fort and Beaubien Streets, DETROIT, MICH. 



Jfo.tOS Grati ot Avenue. DetroitMich. 



ViNEG 




Manufacturer of 



Pure Cider, Double and White Wine Vinegar. 

QTJA.IjIT'"S' TTJSTEXIC EXjIjEX). 



(Mfbrtnerly Stdlivan A I>ittmer,) 

Manufacturer of 




AND OTHER CELEBRATED BRANDS. 
It the Old Stand, H. £• Cor. JelTerson Are. and GrUwold 8t., Detroit, Mich 



99s 



DET 



MICHIGAN STATE GAZETTEER 



DET 



Shields & Walsh, meat market, 291 Michigan 
ave. 

Shire John, wagon maker, 151 Lamed w. 

Shoemaker Mrs, grocer, 353 Macomb. 

Shook Robert D, news dealer, 315 Michigan 
ave. 

Shotwell Abel, grocer, cor 19th and Alex- 
ander. 

Shroeder Edward, druggist, 44B Gratiot ave. 

Stanlie Caspar, Soap, Candle and Pot- 
ash Mnfr, 945 Woodbridge w. {Sfe adv.) 

Shulte Joseph, grocer, 357 Division cor De- 
quindre. 

Shulte & Bro, soap, 196 Franklin. 

Shuize Fred, grocer, 256 Orleans. 

Shulz George, saloon, 535 Hastings. 

ShuHy Ernest L, physician, 544 Jefferson 
ave, 

Sibley F B & Co, Lime and Stone. 
340 At water. (See adv p ^59.) 

Sickler Benjamin C, druggist, 191 Jefferson 
avenue. 

Siewert & Lindemann, wagon makers, 179 
Gratiot ave. 

Si§rler Theodore & CO9 Mnfrs Pic- 
ture Frames and Mouldings, 34 Atwater 
east. 

Silk, Williams & Co, pickle packers, 117 
Grand River ave. 

Sill Jolin HI B, Detroit Female Semi- 
nary, 84 Fort w. 

Simonds Mrs C M, milliner, cor Fort and 
Riopelle. 

Simon Sigmund jr, millinery, 133 Michigan 
ave. 

Simon S & Co, dry goods, 156 Woodward 
ave. 

Simons Wm, clothier, 129 Woodward ave. 

Simmonfii Ac VaoDimterv Pipe Or- 
gan Mnfrs, 17 and 19 Rronson. 
Simpson H J, shoemaker, 22 Fort e. 
Simpson John F, saloon, 424 Franklin. 
Sims Mrs A, millinery, 279 Macomb. 
Sinclair A & Son, grocers, cor Park and 

Sproat. 
Singer Manufacturing Co. (See the Mnfg Co.) 
Sink Augustus R. Pacific Hotel, Grand Trunk 

Junction. 
Sittig Juda, millinery, 31 Michigan ave. 
Siveke He'.ena, boarding house, 3 Franklin. 
Skinner E C & Co, Abstracts of Title, 

Abstract Building, Lafayette ave. (See 

adv page 2/^, ) 
Slater & Rowley, cracker mnfrs, 8 Grand 

River ave. 
Smades H IV9 Commission Merchant, cor 

Randolph and Farrar. 
Smidt Jacob, grocer, cor Hastings and Wil- 

kins. 
Sinilie A JoSlym« Lawyers, Moffat 

Building. 
Smit Mrs Isaac, pawnbroker, 219 Jefferson 

aTenue. 



Smit Jacob M, pawn broker, 164 MichigM 
avenue. 

Smit I^uis J, clothing, 58 Michigan ave. 

Smith Albert, confectionery, 305 Woodward 
avenue. 

Smith August, cigar mnfr, 181 Catherine. 

Smith Ad C, agent Canada Southern Freight 
Line, s w cor Griswold and Jefferson are. 

Smith A Harvey, physician, 280 Jefiersoa 
avenue. 

Smith & Bogg, sash and blind mnfrs, 28 Gil- 
man. 

Smith Charles A, hardware, 229 Grand Riv- 
er ave. 

Smith Charles H, druggist, 504 Michigan 
avenue. 

Smith Daniel J, grocer, 443 Grand River ave. 

Smith Daniel B, tobacco and cigars, cor 3d 
and Front. 

Smith Edward H, cigars and tobacco, no 
Griswold. 

Smith Eugene, physician, 154 Jefferson ave. 

Smith E Willard, architect, 3 Waterman's 
Block. 

Smith George, Billiard Table Mnfr, 69 
and 71 Lamed e. {See adv p 26J.) 

Smith George, hardware, 3 Porter. 

Smith Geo L, cigar mnfr, 504 Michigan ave. 

Smith Hamiliton E. physician, 50 Lafayette 
avenue. 

Smith Hobart H, dentist, 169 Woodward ave. 

Smith John, grocer, 822 Michigan ave. 

Smith John, wagon maker, 200 3d. 

Smith John W, physician, 288 Lafayette. 

Smith Joseph, 436 Grand River ave. 

Smitb Josepllf Dress Making, 123 
Grand River ave. 

Smith John W, physician, 189 Jefferson ave. 

Smith Mary, saloon, 177 Woodbridge w. 

Smith Mrs Eiizabeth, saloon, cor ist aad 
Lamed. 

Smith Mrs Mary, dressmaker, 124 Russell 

Smith Mrs M B, grocer, 350 Gratiot ave. 

tSmilll nr in. Glass Stainer and Embos- 
ser, 142 Grand River ave. 

Smith Philip, saloon, 1400 Michigan ave. 

Smith Samuel, grocer, 80 17th. 

Smitil Sanford A, Jeweler, 83 Grand 
River ave. 

Smitb S D, Baker, 311 Woodward ave. 

Smith Wm, meat market, 157 Woodbridge w. 

Smith Wm S, produce, 140 Grand Rivcrave. 

Smith & Brown, real estate and loan agents, 
119 Griswold. 

Smith & Daily, saloon, Cass Hotel. 

Smitll £ B A GO9 Wholesale and Re- 
tail Books and Stationerv, also Book 
Binders, cor Fort and Griswold. 

Smith & Hanmer, wood yard, 228 Wood- 
ward ave, and s w cor Bates and Wood- 
bridge. 

Smith Jobn T A Co. Architects, 10 
Merrill Block. 



DET AND BUSINESS DIX.BCTOX.Y. DBT S93 

or. B. bjltjo-h:. 

Jobbing Blacksmith & General Iron Worker. 

CAR WORK A SPECIALTY. 

FORGINGS, LARGE OR SMALL. 

Office and Shop. Springwells. nr. Clark's Dry Dock. DETROIT. 

t 

ALL WORK DONE WELL, PROMPTLY AND AT REASONABLE RATES. 



Steam Stone Works, 

CONTRACTOR AND DEALER IN 

Sawed and Wrought Amherst & BereaSand Stone, 

Ohio Blue Free Stone and Lime Stone, 

Flagging, Door Sills, Window Caps, Sills, Water Tables, &c. 

Office and Yard on Dock, Foot of Brush Street, 

Hest below D. & M. R. R. Passenger Depot, DIEjTR^OIT ZMIXOIEX. 

S^ Steam Power Deriicks for Loading and Unloading Stone, Machinery, &c., &c. ^Bl 

CARL SCHMID, 
.A. Ji^ O -En. J. 'J_' ^cj O 'J-'. 

DESIGNS. PLANS, DETAILS, AND SPECIFICATIONS 

For Ohnrdhes, Sohool Houaes, Private Resldenoea, &o. furnished at 

aooeptable terms. 

Office, 26 Monroe Avenue, DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 

JOSEPH PARKES, 

WOOD TURNER, 

Newels, Balisters, Hitching Posts, IMouldings, 

IISTDIA^ISr CLUBS, ETC., 

Organ Factory, Cor. 6th and Congress Sts., 
DETROIT, - - - MIOmOAN. 

Every Description of Plain and Fancy Turning done with Neatness and Despatch, at Moderate 

Charges. M^ Entrance on Congress Street. *" 



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DET 



Smttb li A & Co, Dry Goods, 75 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Smith Mortimer L & Co, architects. Tele- 
graph Block. ^ 

Sinitll MSA Co* Watches and Jewel- 
ry, n w cor Woodward and Jefferson aves. 

Smtth Stephen F A Co, Wholesale 
Dealers and Mnfrs Boots and Shoes, 90 
Woodward ave. 

Smith, Stevens & Co, commission merchants, 
31 Woodbridge w. 

Smith Wm & Son, wire works, 352 Gratiot 
avenue. 

Smolk & Son, livery, 17 Lafayette ave. 

Snell Samuel C, plumber, 60 Brush. 

Snow & BoUes, wire goods, 62 Jefferson ave. 

Snyder Joseph* Saloon and Billiard 
Room, 2i6 Macomb corRivard. 

Solomon Harris, grdcer, 599 St Antoine. 

Somer Anthony, saloon, 972 Michigan ave. 

Soper Wm A, Saloon, 548 Woodbridge 
west. 

Sorg John, notions, 73 Sherman. 

Souaea H ds M, Fancy Goods, 320 
Woodward ave. 

Souza Theodore & Co, fancy goods and no- 
tions. 297 Woodward ave. 

Sowden Geoi^e, Flouring Mills, 539 
Gratiot ave. 

Spahr Charles, saloon, 58 Monroe ave. 

Spaldine Frederick A, physician, 259 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Sparback Wm, saloon, s e cor Rivard and 
Fort. 

Sparks George W, rooftr, 10 Merrill Block. 

Spears Wm. Dry Goods, 170 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Specht Ferdinand, saloon. 484 Woodbridge 
west. 

Speck Henry, shoemaker, 184 Macomb. 

Speed John J, lawyer, Moffat Building. 

Spellman John, grocer, cor Riopelle and 
Division. 

Spelman Byron T, Dentist, 231 

vVoodward ave. 
Spencer Isaac, barber, 25 Grand River ave. 
Spengler Charles, saloon, 189 Gratiot ave. 
Spenlein Henry, grocer, 738 St Antoine. 
Spinner John, lumber, 434 Grand River ave. 

Spinney Andrew B, Propr Detroit 

Medical and Surgical Institute, 93 Adams 

ave e. (See adv^ page 2gy.^ 
Spitzley Peter, meat market, 90 Croghan. 
SpttKley iSl Bros, Sash, Door and 

Blind Mnfrs, cor St Antoine and Beacon. 
Sprag^ne R A, Editor Detroit Journal of 

Commerce, Editor and Propr Scientific 

Mnfr, I Tribune Building. 
Spranger Francis, physician, 13 Miami ave. 
Spranger Michael J, physician, 13 Miami 

ave. 
Sprcnger Bros, boiler works, 540 Wood- 
bridge w. 



Spreng Mrs Frances, dry goods, 378 St An- 
toine. 
Spreng Joseph, painter, cor Montcalm and 

St Antoine. 
Spurr Mountain Iron Mining Cu, Freeraaa 

Norvell general manager, 5 1 Griswold. 
Squire John, shoe maker, 86 Abbott. 
Staats Henry, cigars, 356 Michigan ave. 
Stamm Benjamin F, grocer, 259 Second. 
Standart Bros, Wholesale Hardware, 

cor Woodbridge and Wayne. 
Standish & Co, lumber and salt, 22 Rotunda 

building and 1200 Michigan ave. 
Stangre Cbarles, Lime, Building Stone 

etc, 370 Atwater. i^See adv.) 
Stangfe Edward* Grocer, and Vinegar 

Manufacturer, 106 Gratiot ave. {See adv) 
Stansell Hiram, commission merchant, 3 

Russell House Block. 
Stanton Daniel P, grocer, 323 Michigan ave. 
Stantz Martin L, meat market, 958 Jefferson 

ave. 
Star Clotliini: House, J T Carew, 

Manager, 2 and 4 Monroe ave. 
Starks Robert, barber, loi Grand River ave. 
Stasser Jacob, meat market, 564 Michigan ave. 
Staneb lienris. Boot and Shoe maker, 

366 Atwater. 
Stearns Frederick, wholesale druggist, 89 

Woodward ave. 
Steele Albert M, real estate and pine lands, 

room 4 Moffat building. 
Steickmere Frank, saloon, 325 Hastings. 
Stein Abraham, notions, 521 Gratiot ave. 
Steinbrecher Wm, wagon mnfr, 798 Wood- 
bridge w. 
Steiner Henry, saloon, 989 Jefferson ave. 
Steiner Joseph, restaurant, 54 Michigan 

Grand ave. 
Steiner & Chateau, hardware, 422 GratioC 

ave. 
Stellberger Christian, grocer, 272 Gratiot 

avenue. 
Stemlan Frank, horse collar mnfr, 683 Gratiot 

ave. 
Stenton Fred T, hats and caps, 176 Jeffenon 

ave. 
Stenton Goff, meat market, 747 Jefferson ave. 
Stenton John, grocer, 932 Jefferson ave. 
Stephens N P, saloon, 215 Atwater. 
Stephens Itoe^ Music and Musical In- 
struments, 113 Woodward ave. [Set adv 

page 227,) 
Stephens John & Co, grocers, 4$ Woodward 

ave. 
Stephenson A Yates, Carriage and 

Sleigh Wood Work, 90 Wayne. 
Sterling Jesse, grocer, 797 Fort w. 
Stevens E H, collecting agent, 50 Seitz block. 
Stevens William €, Physician, W 

Michigan ave. 
Stephens & Compton, mnfrs boots and shoes, 

17 Woodward ave. 



DET AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DET 295 




QT7ZXTXT <ft TOOMS?, 

c;^I~^Whole8aIe and Retail Dealers in-'-T^ 

Impoirted ciiid Domestic 

Wines, Liquors 

AND CIGARS, 

5'«B*H.?"Kmiv. No. r2 Michigan Ave., opp. City Hall, DETROIT, MICH. 

THOMAS WHITE, 

Rigger and Sail Maker, 

. TENTS, AWNINGS. &C. 

<DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN. 

lAECHAXTZCS HOME, 

CHARLES WHEELER, Proprietor. 



O-OOID -A.0001«d:i)^0D-A.TI01TS. 



lUver Eoad, opp. the Steam Forge, 

BETROIT.  - - - MICHIQAy. 

WM. ALBRECHT & SON, 



OFFICE, 262 ELIZABFTTH STREET, EAST, 

r'xLwK-r'^' BETROIT, MICUIGAJS, 



ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY SOLICITED. -«■ 



296 



DET 



MICHIGAN STATB GAZETTEEX. 



DET 



Stevens Marcus & Co, furniture, 17 Monroe 
ave. 

Stevens & Talman Bros, insurance, 107 Gris- 
wold. 

Stewart Morse, physician, 440 Jefferson ave. 

Stewart Peter, physician, 57 Lafayette ave. 

Stewart S P, Manager American Sewing Ma- 
chine Co, 221 Jefferson ave. 

Stewart Wm H, cigar mnfr, 16 Michigan ave. 

Steyskal Frank G, tailor, 821 Michigan ave. 

Steyskal & Bros, saloon, 819 Michigan ave. 

Stickel Fred, tailor, 204 Woodward ave. 

Stickel George, meat market, 181 Michigan 
ave. 

8tlokel Georgre Ja R, Catholic Book 
Store, 417 Orleans. 

Stimson James, physician, 119 Abbott. 

Stocker John, grocer, 371 Russell. 

Stocker John, meat market, 167 Fort e. 

Stocker Wm. meat market, 369 Russell. 

Stoddard Charles ME, Grocer, 245 

Grand River ave. 

Stoffel August J, grocer, 93 Prospect. 

SloU JullaSy Real Estate, 185 Randolph. 

Stone Amos, notions, 159^ Michigan ave. 

Stone Dr Benlamln, Improved Turk- 
ish Baths, 257 Woodward ave. 

Stone Mrs Esther, hair goods, 166 Gratiot 
ave. 

Stone Horatio R, morocco mnfr, 699 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Stone Samuel, hair dresser, 194 St Antoine. 

Stone W P & Co, Commission Mer- 
chants, 117 Woodbridge w. 

Story Mrs L, millinery, 45 Monroe ave. 

Stork John, saloon, cor Columbia and Hast- 
ings. 

Stork & liemmer. Marble Works, 130 
Elm wood ave. {S^e adv^ p 28 j.) 

Storz John, barber, 286 Gratiot ave. 

Streckfuss Sc Scbmeiser, Meat 

Market, 144 Lamed w. 
Strelinger Julian, brewery and saloon, 313 

Bates, 132 Griswold. 
Strengson Augustus, jeweler, 158 St Antoine. 

Strtnyer George W, Druggist, 856 

Michigan ave. 
Stn>h Bernard, brewery, 331 and 333 Gratiot 

ave. 
Stroh Fred, meat market, cor Prospect and 

Alfred. 
Srubel Christian D, hardware, 197 Jefferson 

ave. 

Stnbensky & Carpenter, Coal and 

Wood, Atwater f-)ot Rivard. 
Stuckle Jacob, meat market, 105 Rivard. 
Stumph Henry, saloon, 316 Rivard. 
Stutte Andrew, notary public, Seitz Block. 
Snckert Wm, Bookbinder and Blank 

Book Mnfr, Tribune Building. (See adv.) 
Sudzinski Amiel, saloon, cor Jay and St. 

Aubin ave. 
Sucker Herman, books, 410 Gratiot ave. 



Sulkowske John, boots and shoes, 270 Wat- 
son. 

Sullivan Dennis, plumber, 23 First. 

Sullivan Eugene, fruit and vegetables, 25 
Jefferson ave. 

Sullivan John P, grocer, 153 Woodbridge w. 

Sullivan Mrs. Roger, grocer, 264 Porter. . 

Sullivan Wm H, grocer, 161 Woodbridge w. 

Sullivan D & Co, wood yard, cor Fourth and 
Michigan ave. 

Sumner & Son, grocers, 749 Jefferson ave. 

Surmont Felix, saloon, 119 Rivard. 

Sutherland John, Propr Shades Ro- 
taurant, 49 Shelby. 

Sutherland & Dorman, grocers, 220 Michi* 
gan ave. 

Sutter Victor, saloon, 295 ist. 

Sutter BroSy Cigar Mnfrs and Leaf 
Tobacco Dealers, 48 to 54 Congress e. 

Sutton James W, pail mnfr, 474 Fort w. 

Sutton William P, druggist, 773 Michigan 
ave 

Swail Wm H, Job Printer, 108 Gris- 
wold. 

Swaine J Harry, photographer, 209 Jefferson 
ave. 

Swan Thonuuu Fruits, Wines, Liquors 
and Cigars, cor Griswold and Lamed. 

Swales Charles E, real estate, 129 GriswoM. 

Sweeney Edi¥ard« New and Second 
Hand Furniture, Stoves, Crockery, etc, 
169 Gratiot ave. 

Swift Edward Y, lawyer, 103 Woodward 
ave. 

Swilt Fredertck W, Postmaster, n 
w cor Griswold and Larned. 

Swift Henry F, druggist, 271 Jefferson ave. 

Swift John M, photographer, 3 Hodges' 
Block. 

Swill A Dodds, Wholesale Drugs and 
Dealers in Paints, Oils, Brushes, Var- 
nishes, Dye Stufi's, etc, 54 Woodward ave. 
{See adv.) 

Sykes Michael, bakery, 71 Grand River ave. 

Taff Wm H, block works, 50 Jefferson ave. 

Taft Stephen K, real estate, n w cor Gris- 
wold and Fort. 

Taggart James M, physician, cor Baker and 
i8th. 

Tahash Isaac, blacksmith, 117 St Aubin ave. 

Tapert & Broeg, meat market, 512 Gratiot 
ave. 

Tapert Bros, Meat Market, 345 Rio- 
peile. 

Tappan, IHoKillop A €0, Com 
mercial Agency, John Rumney Manager, 
126 Jefferson ave, 

Tansxky's Compressed Yeast, 

H A Fleishman & Co Agents, 189 Ran* 

dolph. 
Taylor Cash P, marine claim and tug agent, 

6 Brady's Block, Woodward ave. 
Taylor Charles, grocer, 146 Grand River ave. 



SWIFT & DODDS, 






iiesiie I 








AND DEALERS IN 



PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, 



Brushes, Dyestuffs, &c., 



54 Woodward Avenue, 



DETROIT, MICH. 



SETEOIT METHL m FLOMBIliS WORES! 



52 Woodward Ave. and 51 & 53 Bates St., 



IklANXJB'A.CTTJRICRS OF 



Copper, TiniSheet Iron Work, 

STEAMBOAT WORK A SPECIALTY. 



DEALERS IN AND ERECTORS OF 



Hot Air Furnaces & Steam Heating Apparatus 

Of the most Modern and Approved construction for Public 

and Private Buildings. 

PLUMBIHa, STIAM & GAS PITTIHQ. 



Agents for Lawson Furnace and Wai^en Cooking Range and 

for the Harris Furnace of Buffalo . 



-DEALERS IN- 



PLUMBERS & BOAT ENGINEERS SUPPLIES. 

Gmtracts t^en Sir vork in any part of tits State. 

JOHN B. DYAR, Manager, 



AND BUSINESS DII.BCTORT. 



DAVID PATTERSON, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Marble, Freestone aad Granite 

Headstones, &c. 
Lamed St. West, bet. Wayne and Cass, DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 



REFERENCES— D. M. Richardso 



CHARLES T. JAMESON, 

CUSTOM TAILOR. 

No. 14 Gratiot Avenue, 
DETROIT, - - - MIOHiaAN. 



"All Work Guaranteed. 



Detroit Medical and Surgical Institute 

AT 93 ADAMS AVENUE EAST, 

Vol- the CURE of 

CATARRH, BROHCHITIS, SORE THROAT, LOSS of VOICS 

And all Forms of LUNG DISEASES. 
Eiuuination of the Throat wilh ihe reflected light uf the Laryngoscope, revealing each and 



7 part of the throat and vocal cords, Cures made with internal n 
IS AND Steam Atomizer, Surgical Operations perform 
Qiib Feet. Fiituta, Diseased Bones, Hare Lip, Wry Neck, ei 



TlONs AND Steam Atomi/rr. Surgical Operations performed upon the EVE AND EAR, 



A. B. SPINNEY, M. D.. 
No. 93 Adams Avenue East. Detroit, Mich. 



HENRY BENNING, 

Clothing Made to Order 

REPAIRING 4 CLEANING NEATLY DONE, 
No. 10 Jay Street, - DETROIT, MIOH. 



298 



DET 



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DET 



Taylor Elisha, lawyer, 154 Jefferson avc. 
Taylor Robert J, builder, cor Fort and 14th. 
Taylor Wm, general store, 693 Fort w. 
Teagan George P, grocer, cor 4th and 

Orange 
Teare Robert, bookseller, 5 Waterman's 

Block. 
Teeeler Charles, Sash, Duor, Blind, 

\infr and Planing Mills, High bet Beau- 

bien and St Antoine. 
Ten Winkel Charles, gen agent Continental 

Life Ins Co, 99 Griswold. 
Terry Archibald G, harness maker, 697^^ 

Fort w. 
Teuton, Mc Williams & Co, grocers, 185 

Wood bridge w. 
Thatcher & McTavish, physicians, 150 3d. 

The Berkshire Liife Insurance 

Co, Albert F R Arndi General Agent, 
126 Jefferson ave. (See adv p 24^.) 
The Little People (Monthly), John-« 
stone & Gibbons Proprs, Tribune Build- 
ing. 

The Michigan Farmer ^ Weekly), 

Johnstone & Gibbons Proprs, Tribune 
Building. 

The Remington Sewing ITIa- 

Chine^ A R Insley Agent, 119 Jefferson 
ave. 

The Singer lHannfhctnring Co, 

Sewing Machines, Joseph McLeod Agent, 
70 Woodward ave and 177 Jefferson ave. 

Theatre Comique, Chas M Welch 

Propr, 243 and 245 Jefferson ave. (See 

adv,) 
Theus Ferdinand, boots and shoes, 152 St 

Aubin ave. 
Thieler & Mitchell, grocers, cor Catherine 

and Hastings. 
Thierry A & L, hardware, 524 Gratiot ave. 
Thomas Geo R, dentist. Opera House Block. 
Thomas John S, cacpenter, 13 Congress e. 
Thomas Charles R, real estate, Michigan 

Exchange. 
Thomas Mrs J H & Co, hoop skirts, 223 

Woodward ave. 
Thompson Mrs Francis A, dressmaker, 27 

Grand River ave. 
Thompson Frank, saloon, 862 Michigan ave. 
Thompson George F, cigars and tobacco, 

and exchange, office n e cor Jefferson and 

Woodward aves. 
Thompson John D, tug agent, dock w of 

Bates. 
Thompson Jonathan, lawyer, 2 Rotunda 

Building. 
Thompson Nelson M, insurance, n w cor 

Fort and Griswold. 

Thompson Samuel I¥ Jr, Dealer 
in Staves and Cooperage, 5 Brady Block, 
foot Woodward avc. 

Thompson & Wagner, general ticket office, 
187 Woodbridge w and 62 At water e. 



Thompson Wm H & Co, printers, 208 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Thomson John L, iron fence mnfr, 32 Bates. 

Thon John F W, insurance, 93 Griswold. 

Thorley Thos, meat market, 44 St Aubin ave. 

Thorpe John, liquors, 441 Michigan ave. 

Thrombley Hypolite, Undertaker, 
241 Gratiot ave. 

Thuemling Geo H, boots and shoes, 2S8 
Gratiot ave. 

Thuener Jenny, hair dresser, 224 St Antoiae. 

Tiffany Frank L, physician, 754 Fort w. 

Tillz Fred, Arbeiter Hall, 215 Russell. 

Toberer Charles^ Meat Market. 615 
Gratiot ave. ^ 

Toejier John H, hardware, 1 20 Gratiot ave. 

Tolland Charles, meat market, 153 National 
ave. 

Toms Robert P, lawyer, Moffat Building. 

Tourougo Andrew, saloon, 441 Guoin. 

Towar Oeorg^e W, Creamery, Whole- 
stale and Retail Dealer in Milk, Butter and 
Cheese, 69 Grand River ave. 

Town Mrs Hiram, confectionery, 142 Grand 
River ave. 

Traub Hcinan, cigar mnfr, 303 Woodward 
ave. 

Tranh Bros^ Jewelers, Platers and Sil- 
versmiths, 212 Jefferson ave. (See adv.) 

Tracer Oeo'lH, Wholesale and Retail 
Dry Goods and Noiions, ill Woodward 
ave. 

Tregenl Patrick, real estate, cor Jefferson avc 
and Griswold. 

Tregent & Wrench, galvanized iron, 17 
Woodward avc. 

Trego Jonathan K, portrait painter, 92 Gris- 
wold. 

Tremain & Co, commission, cor Cass and 
Woodbridge, 

Treppa Anton, saloon, cor St Aubin avc and 
Georgia. 

Tribune Printing: Co, W A Scripps, 
Manager, Tribune Building. 

Troester John S, grocer, 77 Riopelle. 

Trollope John, General Commission 
Merchant, 108 Woodbridge w. 

Trombla Wm, saloon, cor Dubois and Mul- 
Ictt. 

Trowbridffe Luther H, Editor and 
Propr *' Herald and Torchlight," and Book 
and Job Printer, 211 Jefferson ave. [Set 
adr/,) 

Trowbridge Luther S, lawyer, Moffat Build- 
ing. 

Trumbull Henry, foreman Carrie & Bros 

wood yard, 606 Fort e. 
Tucker Mrs S H, dressmaker, 137 Grand 

River ave. 
Tucker Giles, Lumber Dealer, cor i2tb 

and Michigan ave. 
Tunis Wm E, bookbinder and printer, 86 

Woodward ave. 



DET AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DET 299 



D-A.VID HOXjH^ 



Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of 



Domestic Cigars, 

26 Michigan Oraiid Avenue, DETROIT, Mich. 

ii9^ Orders respectfully Solicited and promptly attended to.'^S 

MANUFACTURER OF 

All Kinds of Harness, 

ALSO, COLLARS, WHIPS, ETC. 
731 Jeflferson Avenue, DETROIT, MIOHIOAN. 



RKPA-IRINO- DONE AT SHORT NOTICE. 

Wholesale Dealers in 

f(SG^$, f>Sf>3]^f( ^I^OdK 

All Kinds of Metals, Old Iron, &c., 

211 Adams Avenue East, 

DETROIT, - - - MICHIGAN. 

GEORGE F. DCBMLING. 

AND MANUFACTUKEK OF 

All kinds of H'urniture, 
No. 30 Farrar Street, between Monroe Avenue and Gratiot Street, 

i^ Repairing: done with Neatness and Despatch, IDETROIT, 'MKJJSLIQ-A.'N. 

OP • B L A K E ,0 





KTAUIC CASES, 
CASKETS, 




AodColutfftlllDBdi 
Cooita&tly OS hud. 



27 Michigan & 12 Lafayette Aves., DETROIT, MtCHIGAN. 



300 



DET 



MICHIGAN STATB GAZETTBBK 



DE.T 



Tunis & Parker, books and stationery, 86 
Woodward ave. 

Turner Mrs Jane, notions, 417 Hastings. 

TTiirner A Slialte« Mnfrs of Upholstered 
Goods, 29 and 31 Grand River ave. 

Tyler R D S. book publisher, 66 Griswold. 

Tyler Roland, grocer, 182 Woodward ave. 

Tyler Wm V, news depot, 103 Grand River 
ave. 

Xyler A Havls^ Grocers and Tea Deal- 
ers, 135 and 137 Michigan ave. « 

Trier, Graham A Co, Wholesale 

Yankee Notions, 143 JefFerson ave. 
Tyler & Reves, grocers, cor Congress and 

Randolph. 
Tyrrel A Bro, Proprs Cass Hotel, cor 

3d and Wood bridge. 
Uebelhoer Jacob, saloon, cor Adams ave 

and St Antoine. 
Ufford Alfred, saloon, 553 Woodbridge w. 
Ulrech Ferdinand, shoemaker, Michigan ave 

near 27th. 
Ulrich Henry, jeweler, 318 Gratiot ave. 
Ulrich Joseph, hats and caps, 188 Jefferson 

ave. 
Union Hotel, M L McCall propr, 210 Wood- 
bridge w. 
Union^Iron Co, Wells Burt pres; Austin 

Burt sec and treas, Hamtramck. 
Union Job Printing Co, James 

O'Brien Pres ; James J Atkinson Sec ; 

Charles M Rousseau Manager, Arcade 

Building, 48 Larned w. {S^e lufvp 24*^.) 
United States Bonded Warehouse, John W 

Corcoran storekeeper, foot Griswold. 
United States Commercial Bureau of New 

York, James N Gallagher supt, 131 Gris- 
wold. 
United .States Lake Survey Office, cor Grand 

River and Park Place. 
United States Land Office, Frederick Mor- 

ley register ; John M Farland receiver, 

room 9 basement Seitz Block. 
United States Express Co, F H Cone agent, 

64 Griswold. 
Unsold George, blacksmith, 289 ist. 
Upton Albert, cigar mnfr, 693 Woodward 

ave. 
Utech Herman, saloon, 155 Randolph. 
Vail A Crane, Steam Cracker Mnfrs, 

136 Randolph. 

Talentine Antoine, Hardware, 442 

Gratiot ave. 
Valley Mills of Orion, R G Rudd & 

Son Proprs, 51 Michigan ave. {Sei adv.-, 
VanAllen Henry, saloon, 202 St Aubin ave. 
VanAntwerp Charles, blacksmith, Atwater 

near St Aubin ave. 
VanAntwerpt & Co, wood dealers, 271 

Congress e. 
Vanatten Hiram, saloon, 171 Woodbridge w. 
VanBaalen Emanuel H, clothier, s w cor 

Michigan and Lafayette aves. 



VanBaalen Mrs H, clothing^, 34 Michigii 

ave. 
VanBaalen Joseph H, pawn broker, 14 

Michigan ave. 
VanBaalen Mrs Sarah, clothing, 38 Michigaa 

ave. 
VanBuren Pliny H, lawyer, 112 Griswold. 
VanBuren & Son, real estate, 2 Rotundt 

Block. 
Vandam John, billiard saloon, 681 Jeflfersoa 

ave. 
Van De Werken Derk L, lime, sand wbA 

stone, Woodbridge w foot 12th. 
Vanderworp Wm, saloon, 347 Grand River 

ave. 

Van Den^en Cliarles H, Phot<^ra- 

pher, 175 Woodward ave, {8te adv pagt 

VanDorn Antoine, saloon, 724 Croghan. 
Van Dyke & Brownson, lawyers, 20 & 2a 

Seitz Block. 
Van Huyse L F, cooper, cor Grand River 

ave and Ash. 
Van Norman J HI* Physician, 207 

Woodward ave. 
Van Syckle James, blacksmith, 282 Crraiid 

River ave. 
Venn Thomas, meat market, 275 JeiFenoa 

avenue. 
Veragut Mary, millinery, 262 Gratiot are. 
Vermeulen Fred, grocer, 537 Hastings, 
Vcrmuelen Peter, grocer, 168 Chene. 
Vernor James, druggist, 235 Woodward ave, 
Vernor Br<»S, Insurance, 99 Griswold. 
Vhay John, confectionery, 1 13 Griswold. 
Vick Mrs Henry H, millinery, etc, 281 

Michigan ave. 
Victorson Herman, saloon, 149 Michigan 

avenue. 
Victorson Lepmain, notions, 307 Michigan 

avenue. 
Viertel Charles, saloon, 562 Michigan ave. 
Veith Charles, grocer, 297 Gratiot ave. 
Vi|^er Br09f Coal Dealers, 50 Atwater e. 
Viler John, saloon, 290 St Antoine. 
Vincent Joseph, notions, 209 Congress e. 
Vincent & Rose, grocers and druggists, 709 

Woodward ave. 
Viney Fred, saloon, s e cor Brush and 

Larned. 
Virtue & Yorston, publishers, booksellers 

and binders, 133 Woodward ave. 
Vlier Alexander A,meat market, 777 Fortw. 
Voelker Jacob, barber, 60 Randolph. 
Vogal Frank, meat market, 72 National ave. 
Vogel Ernst, restaurant, 1 16 Bates. 
Vogelaer Camil, saloon, 61 Randolph. 
Vogt Wm, boots and shoes, 39 Hastings. 
Voifl^ JBdward W, Propr Milxvaukee 

Brewery, 209, 211 and 213 Graud River 

ave. 
Voigt Oswald H, blacksmith, 239 GriswoWL 
Voigt William, meat market, 447 Forte. 



DIKBCTOKY. 



LEWIS MANN'S 

Lager Beer 



Wuliworth Thomas A, box mnfr, 283 Cro- 

Waccbter Henry, saloon, 658 Woodliridge w. 
Wulde Chules, boots and shoes, 338 Gratiol 

Wigner Juhn, saloon, 71 ijl Aubin ave. 
Wa^er John, billiard saloon, z6S Cni^h.in. 
Wi);ncr MaDrice, saloon, Z47 Graliol ave. 
Wiener A & J furniture. 34 Monroe ave. 
Wagner J B & Co, bakers, 316 Wooilwanl 

Walker Qiarles I, lawyer, zi MolTal Build- 
ing, 1st floor. 

Walker Edward C, pres Hamtramck Iron 
Wort!. 94 Crisvrald. 

Walker Henry O, physician, 114 Griswuld. j 

Walker Hiram, pres Detroit Car Wurhs, 94 | 
Grisvold. i 

Walker James, copper and sheet iron worker. 

Walker J D i Co, bill posters, 80 Griswold, 1 
Walker & Kent, lawyers, 18 Moffat Building. ' 

l«6oor. 
Walker, McGraw Co, tobacconists, 31 to 35 

Alwater e. 
Walker S W & Co, coal dealers, s w cor 

Griiwold and Atwater.. 
Wallace Elmer D, commission merchant, 15 

Michigan Grand ave. 
Wallich Joseph C. builder, cor Cass ave and 

Wallis William, harness maker, 282 Uick\- 
gan a' 



Wilsh Richard, plumber, cor Lamed and 

Wayne. 
Walton J B A Co, pavers, Kanler Block. 
Wall John, grocer, 44 St Aobin ave. 
Wandriener A, saloon, 134 Randolph. 
Wuless Andrew, book binder, 133 JefTerson 

Ward \V D, state agent International Past 

Freight Line, 51 Griswold. 
Ward * PalHier, Lawyers. 41 and 44 

Scili Block. 
Ward's Central & Pacific Lake Co, foot isl. 
Warner C & Co, grocers, 146 Randolph. 
WarpcU John, shoemaker, 343 Michigan ave. 
Warren ft Adderley, liame mnfrs. 71 list. 
Warriner Wm E, lumber, foot oT Wayiie. 
Wanhaner Inac, hau and capi, 47 Michigan 



Bottli&s WorkS) 

311 Rlvai-d Sti-eet, 

Cor. Catherine St.. SSTROZT. 



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Wartenberg Chas,- teas, coffees, etc, 40 Michi- 
gan Grand ave. 

Wasey George E, lawyer, Moffat Building. 

Wastell Josepb, Grocer, 34 Michigan 
Grand ave. 

Waterloo Yeast Co, Orange D Judd 

Manager, 208 Michigan ave. 

Waterman Joshua W, lawyer, Griswold opp 
postofBce. 

Waterman Mrs Sarah, boarding house, 331 
Jefferson ave. / 

Waterman Wm J, real estate exchange, But- 
ler's Block opp postoffice. 

Waterman's Real Estate jEt- 

Cbang^e^ Wm J Waterman Propr, But- 
ler's Block opp postofhce. 

Waterlown Fire Insurance Co, N A Bierce 
agent, room 4 Moffat Building. 

Watko Albert, fancy goods, cor Dubois and 
Antietam. 

Watson Charles F, news dealer, 267 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Watson George, portrait painter, cor Con- 
gress and Woodward ave. 

Watson Samuel, druggist, 557 Jefferson ave. 

Watson S N & Co, boots and shoes, 146 
Woodward ave. 

Watson & Co, real estate. Telegraph Block. 

Watton Walter, dentist, 131 Woodward ave. 

Watts, Morgan & McGaw, sail loft, 16 to 20 
Woodward ave. 

Wayne County Savlnirs Bank, 

Wm B Wesson Pres, S D Elwood Sec, 

loi Griswold. 
Webb Harvey, furniture, 156 Fort e. 
Webb Bros, meat market, 62 Grand River 

ave. 
Webb W J 4e Co, General Commission 

Merchants, 76 Woodbridge w. 
Webber Austin B, W^holesale Liquors, 

49 Michigan ave. 
Webber Nathaniel W, physician, 114 Cass. 
Webber Paul, upholsterer, 592 Michigan ave. 
Weber Charles, music hall, 188 Russell. 
Weber Fred, grocer, 574 St Antoine. 
Weber George, meat market, 199 Gratiot ave. 
Weber Joseph, shoemaker, 211 Fort e. 
Weber M Joseph, siloon, 15 Porter. 
Weber A & E G, lumber, cor 14th and Mich- 
igan ave. 
Weber & Damm, trunk ninfrs, 37 Michigan 

ave. 
Weber J F & Co, lumber, cor Gratiot ave 

and Maple. 

Weber Furniture Co, Henry Weber 

Supt, J C Hart Sec, 141 to 145 Woodward 
ave. 

Weed Sewing Machine Co, 245 Woodward 
ave. 

Weeks J W & Co (Jacob W Weeks, Ralph 
L Polk), publishers Detroit City Direc- 
tory, 2 Tribune Building. 

Weggle Charles, Grocer, 409 Mulletu 



Weikert Frederfek E, Wood Car- 

verj 65 Fort e. 
Weikert Gustave R, wood carver, 32 At- 

water e. 
Wein Jacob, shoe maker, 526 Gratiot ave. 
Weinman Samuel, dry goods, 270 Grand 

River ave. 
Weise Vincent, saloon, 135 Prospect. 
Weiser Frank, saloon, s w cor Larned and 

Beaubien. 
Weiss J P, Music and Musical Instru- 
ments, 72 Woodward ave. 
Weiss S A Bro, Dry Goods, Milli* 

nery and Fancy Goods, 1 1 2 Michigan ave. 
Weitenberner Henry, saloon, 235 Orleans. 
Weitschat August, boots and shoes, 823 

Michigan ave. 
Weitz & Spindler, painters, 2ZO Gratiot ave. 
Weleb Charles JVT, Propr Theatre 

Comique, 239, 243 and 245 Jefferson ave. 

(See adv p 24g,) 
Welch James M, real estate, 96 Griswold. 
Welch James A & Bro, wood yard, 1 1 1 Jos 

Campau ave. 
WeXcli A Griflitlis, Saw Mnfrs, ^ 

Woodbridge e. 
Wells Wm P, lawyer, Moffat Building. 
Welsch George, hotel, Michigan ave itr 

Twenty-seventh. 
Welsh Edward, ship builder, cor Guoia and 

Dequindre. 
Welz G Philip, saw maker, 162 Gratiot ave. 
Welz Jacob, Hardware, iSo Woodward 

ave. 
Welz & Sexauer, hardware, 79 Congress e. 
W^endell Joiin H ift Co, Commissioo 

Merchants, 54 and 56 Woodbridge w. 

Wendt John F, boots and shoes, 295 Gratiot 
ave. 

Werner Charles, tobacco, 228 Russell. 

Wertheimer Isaac, billiards, 109 Gratiot ave. 

Werthmann Anton, grocer, 291 Clinton. 

Wesson Wm B, real estate, loi Griswold. 

West T J & Co, Mnfrs Cough Candy. 
14 Grand River ave. 

Westaway James, plumber, 15 Congress e. 

Western Brewery, Davi? & New- 
berry, Proprs, cor 7th and Abbott. 

Western Cigar Co. Cigar Mnfrs, S 
Rothschild, pres, 77 and 79 Jefferson tve. 

Western Fire Assurance Co of 

Toronto, Jones & Taylor, Agents, 88 Gris- 
wold. 

l¥eHtern nome Journal (Weekly), 

H S Potter, Business Manager, Tribune 
Building. 
Western Medical Institute, 251 JeffersonaTC. 

Western Steam IVIarble Woriu^ 

Philip Christa, Propr, n e cor Monroe ave 
and Farmer. (See adv,) 

Western Tran8|M>rtation nii^ 
Coal Co of Michigan, F Lambie, Pres* 
foot Wayne. 



DUNBAR'S 

VOIDEirm, SISCOVEBT. 



BETHESDA 

HIHEBAL WATEB. 



WAUKESHA, - WISCONSIN. 



laaammuloDDf lb* NmIi of (ha Ululderud Untbn. loBuamiilloii at tb« BlBUw.Drepv. a*«V 
6««il>n(b StoppMs ol UtId*. Albamcnurlih Kopr or Gloodr UHn*. Briok Uart D*Mil,TkU, 
Morbid Uilioui .nd Dirk Appauioi Uria*. BDminf SaouiloD irlth tibvp Palm wbMi Tridhf 
Vrin*. UiiuDrrhifa of tha KidDtn. Pain Id Ui* KldDayi tai Loiu Tsiytd Urn. Iwllt tt i*. 

Thara t( DO remadiki Maut kaoKD to man that oao aurath* t)>rwainf diiMMi w •ffaotnall* M 
Beihcida tVatar. Thii fuel Bai bMa demuDMmWd whtrarar tha waUr hu bHn aaad ■seorilM 
todiractiODi. wtaiobcanbahadat thsUonanI AionU, bx appllMtloD to him. Th*«H«rtoawMt 
■DdplaiuaDtlothttaita. It oaa b* dnak al all houn. Whr ahouU •» fM nCar wkiU Ikll 
watar ll *o aaaUj oblaioMl. 

Chas. L. Hawes. 

Sole Agent for Eastern Dlst Hloh^ 

B2 Xinhisu in., Antiiiil Beut Slook, DRUIt. 



REFERENCES KINDLY PERMITTED. 



Pnfi Baml V. Dnfflald, H. D., MO JaC At*. 
Hod. B. C Walktr. U Moffat iiLoak. 



CharlFi Farcuwn. Can Hotal, 
J. U.FilDk.UJoDaaSl. 
JoMph Uadfar. 3T Charrr St. 
Capt. B. B. Nawball, 321 Saoond 3t 
■Jut. U. W. PaDDW. Rann Hoiua. 
Pitoi*ABaSiim,Unin^m.We«dwud A 



A. W. Trmll. TrmU Bra*., OaMSoM. 
Mn. J. Ktaad. S30 Hlehlfu A*a. 
JohD Salharlaod, IB Shalbr St. 

B. iVrlfht. ilS Jaffanoo An. 
Frwl. B. Bart. K blriawold St 
8. p. Smith, BH Loout 8L 

a. Wot^kttiy and wlft. Imtilia Mlit. 



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Western llnion Telegrrapli Co, 

CCorbett, Manager, C Fox, Supt, cor 
Congress and Griswold, foot Woodward 
ave, Board of Trade Building, Michigan 
Exchange, Biddle House and Railroad 
Depots. 

Welherbee George C, wooden ware, 66 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Welmore V Ac Co, Crockery, Glass 
Ware &c, 100 Woodward ave. 

Wetterich Geo, saloon, 412 Gratiot ave. 

Weymouth Charles A, cigars and tobacco, 
159 Woodward ave. 

Wheaton Wm W, Treas Marquette 
and Pp.cific Rolling Mill Co. room i Wil- 
liams Block. 2d floor. 

Wheeler Charles, Saloon and Board- 
ing House, River Road. [Sft adv.) 

Wheeler Geo M & Co. druggists, 109 Gris- 
wold. 
I Wheeler & Garfield, druggists, 134 Wood- 
' ward ave. 

Wheeler A Wilson manufac- 

tarins Co, Azel B Howard, Agent, 199 
Woodward ave. 

Whipple Dan, billiard hall, 228 Jeffersona ve. 

Whipple & Day, bent chair stock, 53 to 57 
Fanner. 

Whi taker Byron, vessel agent, foot Bates. 

Whitaker Herschel, stenographer, Moffat 
Building. 

White Alfred, tailor, 371 Grand River ave. 

White Mrs Elizabeth, saloon, cor Atwater 
and St Aubin ave. 

White Mrs Jane B, dry goods, 538 St An- 
toine. 

White John A, grocer. 541 Croghan. 

White Phillip, notions, 485 Lafayette. 

White Thoma!!, Sail Maker and Rig- 
ger, 16 .Atwater w. (See adv.) 

Whiteford Richard, physician, 14 Merrill 
Block. 

Whltehlll Ifm, Wood Turner, 68 Fort 
e, up stairs. 

Wliiting James T, steamboat agent, foot 1st. 

Whiiing William, plumber, 329 Chestnut. 

Whitlow Frank H, saloon, 317 Woodward 
ave. 

Whitney David jr, lumber, 5 Merrill Block. 

WTiiiney C J & Co, music, etc, 40 Fort^w. 

WhiUion Mrs T B, saloon, 24 First. 

W'hittemore Joseph P, lawyer, loi Gris- 
wold. 

Wick Jo1l11« Tailor, Foreign Passage 
Agent. Steamers for Hamburg, Bremen, 
New York, etc. Office 509 Gratiot ave. 

Widmaii C D & Co, Moulding and 
Picture Frame Materials, 142 Randolph. 

Wiessenberg John, saloon, 86 Woodbridge w. 

Wicthoff John, grocer, 153 Maple. 

WiexorkoWBkO Adolph, Barber, 
755 Michigan ave. 

Wight Alpheus, livery, 42 Congress. 



Wighl H A d^ S O. (Heniy A and 
Stanley G), Pine Lumber, Mnfrs and 
Dealers, mill and yard, Atwater foot of Mc- 
Dougall ave. (tke adv^ p 26s.) 

Wigzell Egbert, confectionery, 301 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Wilbur Clarence E, lawyer, 100 Griswold. 

Wilbur Eli W, grocer, 185 St Aubins ave. 

Wilcox Alfred F, lawyer, 3 Bank Block. 

Wilcox David B, hardware, 17 Grand River 
ave. 

Wilcox George A, Attorney at Law, 4 
Rotunda Building. 

Wild Fred, saloon, 483 Lafayette e. 

Wiles Edward, agent Eric and North Star 
Line, 55 Griswold. 

Wiley Thomas, hotel. Grand Trunk June. 

Wilhelm Anthony, saloon, 413 Russell. 

Wilhelm Joseph C, druggist, 293 Gratiot ave. 

Wilkie Andrew, grocer, 147 Beaubien. 

Wilkie DaTid, Paver and Roofer, 44 
Lafayette. 

Wilkingson J.nmes, saloon, 177 Franklin. 

Wilkinson A n 4G: € M, Lawyers, 
Moffat Building. 

Wilks George, flour and feed, 37 Jefferson 
ave. 

Willard Mr & Mrs C A, barbers, 222 Jeffer- » 
son ave. 

Willemin Desire. Lawyer, 137 Gris- 
wold. 

Willett Michael, hardware, 229 Michigan ave. 

Williams Gen^l Alpheus S^ Mem- 
ber of Congress, First District of Michigan, 
14 Telegraph Block. 

W^illiams Edward, Livery ,'36 Lamed 
west. 

Williams George W, physician, 251 Jefferson 
ave. 

Williams George W, saloon, 219 Woodward 
ave. 

Williams J Mott, Real Estate, Room 
6, 1st floor, Williams' Block, Michigan 
Grand ave. 

Williams John, confectioner, 168 St An- 
toine. 

Williams John €, Real Estate, Room 
6, 1st floor Williams' Block, Michigan 
Grand ave. 

Williams Julian, lawyer, 194 Jefferson ave. 

Williams Mrs Mary, hair dresser, 77 Fort e. 

Williams M Hilton, ill D, Detroit 

Throat and Lung Institute, 251 Wood- 
ward ave. (Se^ adv page 2jj,) 

Williams Norman H, billiard saloon, How- 
ard House. 

Williams Samuel J, barber, 151 Michigan ave. 
/Williams Wm Case, medical institute, 251 
Jefferson ave. 

Williams A Co, Maltsters, Woodbridge 
bet 3d and 4th. 

Williams Thomas 8c Co, lumber, Wood- 
bridge, foot 12th. 



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Williams & Co, dry goods, 139 Woodward 
ave. \ 

Willis Francis, saloon. 12 Grand River ave. 

Willsey Jackson, millinery, 623 Michigan 
ave. 

Wilmot Samuel, cigars,, 247 Jefferson ave. 

Wilsey J D, dry goods, Hamtramck. 

Wilson Henry, florist, 789 Michigan ave. 

Wilson MibsJane, fancy goods, 180 Michigan 
ave. 

Wilson Mrs Jane, grocer, 364 St Antoine. 

Wilson John B, Founder and Machin- 
ist, Fort and Woodbridge cor 13th. 

Wilson Walter J, Druggist, 425 St 
Antoine. 

Wilson Bros, cigar mnfrs, 19 Jefferson ave. 

Wilson C R & J C, carriage body mnfrs, 38 
and 40 Randolph. 

Wilton Samuel J, cigar maker, 477 Lafayette 
east. 

Winans John C, notary public, s w cor Gris- 
wold and Congress. 

Winckler & Christian, tobacco and cigars, 
n e cor Griswold and Congress. 

Windimwood August, saloon, 362 Hastings. 

Winfleld A R. Supt Pullman's Palace 
Car Co, Office cor feflerson ave and Gris- 
wold. 

Wing Franklin M, 83 Congress e. 

Wing Simon, photographer, 149 Jefferson 
ave. 

Wingrave George, grocer, 864 Grand River 
ave. 

Winiker Wendelin, tailor, 200 Larned e. 

Winkel meter Joseph, Propr Detroit 

Machine Knife Works, cor 'Larned and 
2d. (.V^ adv.) 

Winterhalter John, saloon. River Road. 

Wirgau Rudolph, saloon, 666 Gratiot ave. 

Wirth August, hotel, 379 At water. 

Wirth Geo, grocer, 408 Gratiot ave. 

Wirth Peter, saloon, 818 Michigan ave. 

Wirts Jacob B, hardware, 736 Michigan 
ave. 

Wise Edward, grocer, 437 Hastings. 

Witbeck & Chittenden, proprs Russell House, 
Woodward ave, opp City Hall. 

Withecomb William, baker and confectioner, 
121 Larned e. 

Wiiielsberger Frank, baker, 317 Michigan 
ave. 

Wittelberger Joseph, baker, 271 Hastings. 

Wiizky Wm, saloon, 75 Croghan. 

Woiinllcll A Zabrillkle, Stencil Cut- 
ters and Dealers in Mathematical Instru- 
ments, 16 Merrill Block. (See adv^ p 287 ,) 

Wolf B, saloon, 398 Gratiot ave. 

Wolf Fred, saloon, 782 Woodbridge w. 

Wolf Henry, grocer, 137 Ninth ave. 

Wolfhart Ferdinand, cigar mnfr, 468 Grand 
River ave. 

Wolgast Henry, shoemaker, 238 Chestnut. 

WolTenzin Carl, baker, 503 St Antoine. 






Wolverine Cigar Mnfg Co, W J Danne^ 

backe, manager, 248 Woodward ave. 
Wolverton Geo W, marine agent iEtna Ii< 

surance Co, 53 Griswold. 
Wood E & E, milliners, 318 Woodward « 
Wood & Rand, electrotype founders, Rot 

da Building. 
Wood & Reid, meat market, 407 Michigia 

ave. 
Woodard & Co. grocers, 314 Woodward ave. 
Woodruir Charles P, Real Estate, 

Moffat Building. 
Woods Geo. saloon, 46 Front. 
Wool Geo W, lawyer, 50 Seitz Block. 
W€N»lley Smith R, Distiller of Alcohol 

and Cologne Spirits and Vinegar Mnfr,cor 

First and Larned. 
Woreetlter Ira, Insurance, 98 Griswold. 
Woreevter, Boydell A. Co, Proprs, 

Detroit While Lead Works, 127 Jeffersoo 

ave. {See adVy p 263.) 
Worlds Harrison, barber, 187 Woodbridge 

west. 
Wormer G S & Sons, machinery, 103 Jeflfcr- 

son ave. 
Worth Louis, grocer, cor Mullett and Mc» 

Dougall ave. 
Wortmann John, grocer, 385 St Aubin ave. 
Wotzke John A, boots and shoes, 277 Jcffc^ 

son ave. 
Wreford & Barium, meat market, 90 Grand 

River ave. 
Wreford William, meat market, 555 Jefferson 

ave. 
Wren Kate T, millinery, 130 Gratiot ave. 
Wright David, saloon, 196 Woodbridge w. 
Wright Edward B, agent Home Sewing Ma- 
chine, 30 Grand River ave. 
Wright Edwin M, dentist, 235 Woodward 

ave. 
Wright John, saloon, 160 Michigan ave. 
Wright Mrs Julia, dressmaking, cor Rivard 

and Jefferson ave. 
Wright Richard, restaarant, 106 Randolph. 
Wright Robert S.commercial coUege, Hodges' 

Block. 
Wright Sarah, grocer, 423 Congress. 
Wright & Sunley, insurance, 90 Griswold. 
W^righi; Wm A, Co« General Decora- 
tors, Abstract Building, Lafayette ave. 
Wuel^ng & Wolfertz, mnfrs cutlery, 1$ 

Woodbridge e. 
Wunsch Wm & Son, grocers, 459, Clinton 

ave. 
Wusthoff Henry, wood, 71 Rivard. 

WyandoUe Rolling Mill Co, T 

C Owen Pres, S R Mumford Treas, S L 
Potter Sec, Offices foot of Wayne. 

Wyckoff Robert, carpenter, 99 7th. 

W^n Peter, grocer, 601 Michigan ave. 

Ya|^r John, saloon, 18 Fort e. 

Yeman ^Charles C, physician, 556 Jeffersoi 
ave. 



lETROIT MACHINE KNIFE WORKS 

Joseph Winkelmeier, Pro'r.i 




CS:^JLlSri5^£Z 



Planing Machine Knives 



Id ordering Planing 












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OLEINE GERMAN. 

AMERICAN STAR, 

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Castile and Toilet Soap, Fulling and Scouring Soap for Wooll 

Mills. Also Potash and Gaudies. 

MANUFACTURED AT 

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B!!R:E';WiiEiiRilY 



AND SALOON, 



333 AND 335 QRATIOT AVENUE, 



DETROIT, 



MICH. 



WILLIAM AMBHBIN, 



PROl'RIETOR 



'Gambrinus and Bacchus Hall, 



218 Randolph Street, 



,DETR01T, 



MICHIGAN 



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ANUFUGTURER, 



Wholesale and Retail Dealer, 



207 Gratiot Avenue, 



DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 



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Yentsch Hemnan, jeweler and watchmaker, 

200 Woodward ave. 
Yoost Peter, grocer. 46 St Aubin ave. 
York «I yB¥ Edmonds, Lawyer, Moffat 

Building. 
YoungAlfred, meat market. Hamtramck. 
Toungblood B A Bro, Groceries, 

Liquors, Paints, Oils, etc, 518 to 522 

Gratiot ave. 
Younghusband John, dentist, 212 Woodward 

avenue. 
Younghusband Lancelot, physician, 61 

Adams ave w. 
Youn^r Men's Christian Association, 12 and 

13 Merrill Block. 
Yurgens Frank, grocer, 566 Gratiot ave. 
Zachereder Joseph, boots and shoes, 121 

Gratiot ave. 
Zachereder Mrs Mary, dressmaking, 123 

Gratiot ave. 
Zander Joseph, shoemaker, 223 Sherman. 
Zaumbrecher Ermon, saloon, 211 Gratiot ave. 
Zeisler Maggie Chair goods, 11 8 Congress w. 
ZenI Amabfle, Plaster Paris Statuary 

Mnfr, 180 Lafayette. (See adr:) 
Zens Peter, saloon and grocery, 783^Michi- 

gan ave. 
Zepf John, saloon, cor Russell and Silver. 
Zeuner Ernest, bakery, 754 Michigan ave. 
Ziegler Henry R, grocer, 1040 Michigan 

avenue. 
Zielke Herman, boots and shoes, 301 Wood- 

ward ave. 
Ziener Fred, grocer, 289 Orleans. 
Ziesse Adolph, saloon, cor Beaubien and La- 
fayette. 
Zlmmer Charles, Roofer, 8 Silver. 
Zimmerman Alexander, grocer, 121 Ken- 
tucky. 
Zimmerman John, saloon, 449 Michigan ave. 
Zopef Wm, grocer, too Russell. 
Zurbruegg John, jeweler, 230 Gratiot ave. 

DETROIT JUNCTION. 

Locally known as Grand Trunk Junction, 
a suburb of Detroit, at a point just west of 
the city, whence six different railroad lines 
radiate, 5 of the 6 running into Detroit from 
thence over the M. C. R. R. track. The 
various roads are the Canada Southern, the 
L. S. & M. S. R. R., the M. C. R. R., the 
D. L. & L. M. R. R., the Detroit & Bay 
City .and the Grand Trunk railway of Cana- 
da. The number of trains passing and re- 
passing this point daily is enormous, and as 
all stop here, this is one of the busiest rail- 
road centers in the west. The cheapness of 
land hereabouts is fast luring manufacturers 
from the city. The Detroit Bridge and Iron 
Works have long been located near by. The 
Michigan Car Company removed thither a 
year or two 6ince» and in 1874 all the car and 



repair shops and engine houses of the Mid 
gan Central were removed to this 
Besides these there is an extensive slangfai 
and packing house and several ext 
brick yards in the immediate vicinitv. It 
also the location of the railroad cattle 
Considerable property has lately been plat 
and sold, and the Junction is destined 
long to become a popuIou« and busy quai 
of Detroit. A postoffice has been «ttablt 
under the title of Detroit Junction. Aagof*' 
tus R. Sink, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Hoyt Dr B R, physician. 
Martin Henry, brick machine mnfr. 
Sink Augustus R, hotel. 
Wiley Thomas, hotel. 

DEVEBEAUX, 

A postoffice and railway station in a thicki 
ly settled farming country in the town ol 
Parma, Jackson county. It is on the Lib* 
sing branch of the L. S. & M. S. R. R.» & 
miles north of Albion and 31 from Lansing- 
The nearest express and telegraph offioesti* 
at Springport, the next station north. Thest 
is a settlement of about 100 people about the 
depot. Wheat, live stock, poultry and applet 
are shipped. L. H. King, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bortlesaut G W, express agent. 
Champion E G, railroad agent. 
Griffin L C, blacksmith. 
Hoag John, grain and live stock. 
Hoag & Sexton, poultry dealers. 
Saxton W H, gardener. 



DEwrrr, 

A village of alx>ut 350 inhabitants, oi 
Looking-glass river, in Dewitt towiishi|K 
Clinton county. It is 9 miles due north of 
Lansing, and 14 south of St Johns. It was 
settled in 1833, and is in a region of good 
farming land. It has a daily mail from Lan* 
sing, via which point goods should be ship* 
ped. J. A. Sweet, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bates Ambrus T, hotel propr and physiciia* 
Brinkerhoff & May, butchers. 
BrinkerhofT & Odel, confectioners and {to* 

cers. 
Ellis Montgomery, blacksmith. 
Fay Henry C, grocer. 
Forman Wm R, blacksmith. 
Holmes George, saw mill. 
Lott Albert, carriage maker. 
Merritt Richard, gunsmith. 
Merritt & Goodman, foundry. 
Norris Aaron, hotel propr. 
Pillbran Edward, blacksmith 1 
Potter L T, saw mill. 
Seott Chas M, millaf 1 



SOLON PRENTISS. GEO. PRENTISS. JAS. W. WOOD. L. H. CHAMBERLIN. 

PRENTISS BROTHERS & CO., 

C^r^JOBBERS OYzi^Z> 

Iron, Nails, Glass, 

AND SHELF HAEDWARE, 

31 & 33 Woodward Ave., - DETROIT. MICHIGAN. 

R. A. ALGER. M. S. SMITH. GEO. W. BI SSELL 

IR,. J^. ^XjC3-]E1I^ &c CO., 

(SUCCESSORS TO MOORE & ALGER,) 
Wholesale Dealers in 

Alcona Long Pine Timber & Masts, 

Office, foot of First Street, 

DETROIT, - - - MIOfflGAN. 

WILLIAM C. HOUSE & CO., 

Wine Merchants and Grocers, 

183 Woodward Avenue, 
DETROIT, - - - MICHIGAN. 

SEEDS. JACOB BEESON & CO., POBK. 



Commission Merchants, 

OPPOSITE BOARD OF TRADE. 

WHEAT OUR "specialty. 

DETROIT, - - - MICHIGAN. 



JOHN S. NEWBERRY, PresiiUni. CHAS. W. ROBINSON, Si<*y and Trtmt. 

JAMES McMillan, VUt President. CHAS. CAMERON, Manager. 

Detroit Seed Company, 

Importers, Growers, and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

GarieM, Flower and Field Seeds, 

TREES, PLANTS, &c. 

|^(SEEDS IN BOXES ON COMMISSION.)-^^ 

DETROIT, - - - MICHIGAN. 

Michigan Machinery Depot, 

a. S. WORMBR & SONS, 

97, 99, 101 & 103 Jefferson Avenue, 
f)s{¥f{oi¥, - - . MK^SiO^K. 



Dealers in all kinds of Wood and Iron Working 

MACHZXTBHir, 

Stationary and PortaUe Steam Engines and Boilers, 

Saw Mills, Shingle Mills, Stave and Heading Machinery, all 
of the most Improved and Best kind in use. Also dealers in 
all kinds of MILL SUPPLIES. All orders and correspondence 
promptly attended to. 

B. B. SAXTON, 

AiRICIHIIITIEICIT 

And Practical Builder, 

OOLDWATER, - - - MICHIGAN. 



PERKINS' HOTEL 

WM. PERKINS, Jr^ Proprietor. 

G>nyenient Bams for the accommodation of Farmers' Teams. 

Good Livery and Boarding Stablei 

HOTEL, COR. GRAND RIVER & CASS AVENUES, 

BOAfiBOra and LITSST 8TABLS. Oor. 0m8 At«. aad IDddle St, DBTBOIT, MICE. 



CTTJXjITJS HESS, 




rchitect and |apennteiideo1^ 



PLANS FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE, 

Room No. 12 Buhl's Bank Building, 

Cor. Orlswold and OoBcreii Stzeetii 

DETROIT, - - - MIOmOAN. 

DEALERS IN 

WHITE PINE AND HARDWOOD 

Hi TJ I^ B E I^ 3 

FBBIGHTING AKB OENEBAL COMMISSION, 

Oflloe, 119 Qritwold St.. or, EAST CHINA, MICH. 

DETROIT, -  MICHIGAN- 

9S^ A Specialty of Bridge and Car Timber. Also, Bill Stuff.-^| 
JOHN HOFFNER. EDWARD MAYES. 

HOIPFlsrEK/ <Sc 3iwd:JL'3rES. 

Ship Chandlers § Grocers, 

SAIL MAKERS AND BIOOERS, 

H^^ Vessel Supplies of every Description^ ^^S/tf 

Also, Awmngs, Tents, Flags and Wagon Cotots Made to Order« 

No. 12 WOODWARD AVE., - - DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 

Agents for Brokenshire Atlantic Pumps and Mt. Vernon Duck Co. 



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Shaert O Ls harness maker. 

Sweet J A, notions and news dealer. 

Topping Geo W, physician and druggist. 

Ware Mrs C, milliner. 

White Milton F, general store. 

Whitney James V, grocer. 

Woodruff Addison A, general store. 

Worden John H, blacksmith. 

DEXTER. 

Dexter is a handsome little village of some 
1,500 inhabitants, on the M. C. R. R., 48 
mUes west of Detroit. It is in the town of 
Scio, Washtenaw county, 9 miles northwest 
of Ann Arbor. 

It is located at the junction of the Huron 
river and Mill creek, on a high and dry 
graYelly soil, rendering its streets almost 
equivalent to a pavement and easy to be 
kept in repair. The town is well laid out 
tod well provided with fine residences. 

Its school accommodations are first*class. 
Its other public buildings consist of four 
churches — Baptist, Methodist, Episcopal and 
Catholic, the latter being a fine brick edifice 
jvst completed. 

The manufacturing enterprises of the town 
consist of the two flouring mills and plaster 
mills of Evarts & Co., and R. P. Copland, the 
cider and planing mill, sash, blind and door 
factory of Phelps & Sill Bros., woolen mill 
tod saw mill of L. Palmer & Son., carriage 
and wagon factories of J. Bailey and William 
Kerns & Co. 

The town has one local paper, the Dexter 
Ltaiir^ independent republican in politics, 
published by A McMillan. 

Dexter was settled about 1823, by Hon. S. 
C. W. Dexter, from Boston. For a long time 
it was the frontier settlement in this State, 
beyond which all was wilderness, traversed 
oiily by Indian trails. The Michigan Central 
was opened to Dexter on July 4th, 1841. 

James T. Honey postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Allen Nonnan E^ photographer. 

Alley Leander D, general store. 

Alley Stephen C, clothing, hats and caps. 

Allport S B, hotel propr. 

Appleton Edward £, druggist and justice of 

the peace. 
Anns GeoiiKc C, agricultural implements. 
Armstrong Rev C E B (Baptist). 
Ball & Hoyt, groceries, boots and shoes. 
Bilbey Chris S Blacksmith. 
Blanchard David, hotel propr. 
Bosh Rer Augustus (Episcopal). 
Copeland Rosco P, lumber and coal. 
Copdand R P & Co, flouring mill. 
C^ne Alexander D, circuit judge, 
Craiae Mrs A M mUUaery. 
Crovkin & Tuomey, general store. 



Davis H C, principal union school. 

Denn & Denehy, milliners. 

De Vere Isaiah, physician. 

Dexter Leader (Weekly), A McMillan, 

propr. 
Dexter & Scio Mills, Evarts & Co. proprs. 
Dexter Woolen Mills, Luther Palmer & Son, 

proprs. 
Dolan John, grocer* 
Elder Wm, driver. 
Evarts & Co, flouring mills and furniture 

mnfrs. 
Ewing Alexander, physician. 
Gleason Atchison W, druggists 
Gray Amos, physician. 
Gregory Charles S, banker. 
Guest Albert, harness maker. 
Ouest Cliarles W, Propr Western 

Hotel. 
James Lewis L, general store. 
Jenney Samuel L, dentist. 
Keams James, blacksmith and wa^n maker. 
Kellogg Edward P, blacksmith. 
Knoll Frederick, painter. 
Langdon Reuben J, tailor. 
Lathroph Fred, mnfr pumps and drive wells. 
McFarland L Erwin, dentist. 
Mcllwain Rev J A, (Methodist Episcopal.) 
McMillan Archibald, propr Dexter Leader. 
Murdock Samuel W, jeweler. 
Page George C, justice of the peace. 
Palmer Elmore, physician and commercial 

agent. 
Palmer Luther & Son, propr Dexter Woolen 

Mills. 
Phelan Michael, groceries and liquors. 
Phelps Norman A, insurance. 
Pierce John W, hardware. 
Pratt Geo, lumber dealer. 
Priester John N, tnilor. 
Reese Joseph, painter. 
Rehm Jacob, boots and shoes. 
Robinson ^ Ide* Blacksmiths. 
Roper Benjamin, barber. 
Russell Elmer, telegraph operator. 
Sackett Daniel, carpenter. 

fikshaeberle Jacob, Meat Market. 

Scheffel John G, groceries and saloon. 
Schlanderer Wm F, groceries, liquors and 

ice. 
Seper Peter, livery stable. 
Sill G S & C T, hardware. 
Slattery Rev T F (Catholic.) 
Smith Mrs Mary, millinery. 
Smith O M & Co, general store. 
Stebbens Henry, grocer. 
Stone Geo L, physician. 
Taylor Mrs E K, millinery and dress making. 
Taylor Wm, physician. 
Tuite P & Co, general store. 
Tuomey Bros & Gregory, general store. 
Tyler Edmund B, agent American Ex Co. 
Vetter Georye^ Groceries and Saloon. 



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Vinkle Harrison, general store. 

Wall Garret, grocer. 

Western Hotel, Charles W Guest, 

Propr. 
Western Union Telegraph Co, office Depot. 
White Martin, physician. 
Wing John F, architect. 
Yeager Frederick, grocer and baker. 

DIAMOND SPRINaS, 

A village of 250 inhabitants at the in- 
tersection of Heath, Monterey, Salem and 
Overisel townships, Allegan county. It is 
on Rabbit river, 14 miles north of Allegan, 
and 5^ east of Gilchrist station, on the M. 
L« S. K. R., though Hamilton is its usual 
shipping station. Lumber, shingles, flour 
and feed are shipped. It has a special mail 
supply. C. K. Calkins postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Calkins C K, hotel propr. 
Calkins J H, stock dealer. 
Clark J H, grocer. 
Holmes J F, flour and feed mnfr. 
Lee Hiram, blacksmith. 
Linsley Rev. (Church of God). 
Rogers H, wagon and sleigh dealer. 
Russell Lester, saw and shingle mill. 
Reynolds Chauncy, justice of the peace. 
Rogers M, physician and aurist. 
Sawyer Wm E, notary public. 
Smith G W, grocer. 

DIAMoiroAT.F.. 

A village of some 400 inhabitants in 
Windsor township, Eaton county, 12 miles 
northeast of Charlotte. It is on the Lansing 
branch of the L. S. & M. S. R. R., 8 miles 
southwest of Lansing. It is on Grand river, 
which furnishes a good water power. It has 
a saw mill, a grist mill, a planing mill, and 
several shops and stores. It is in a good 
farming country, and farm produce, live 
stock and lumber are shipped. Settled in 
1855. Telegraph, Western Union. Express, 
United States. C. Sloan, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Adams B P, boot and shoemaker. 

Albro A, lawyer. 

Brant G, overseer of highways. 

Day Mrs E, milliner. 

Dodd D, wagon maker. 

Flynn J J, express and R R station agent. 

French H A. 

Gardner C A, wagon maker. 

Hall T J, wagon maker. 

Hofman W H, physician. 

Howard M, wagon maker. 

Hull Tyler, physician. 

Hunt E W, ^rist mill. 

Johnson J J, boot and shoemaker. 

Kenney M, general store. 



Kibby Myron T, lawyer. 

Kilbom J E, harness maker. 

Mann R, hardware. 

Oliver A, saw mill. 

Potter G N, planing mill. 

Sloan C9 general store. 

Smith J, blacksmith. 

Watrous G W & U T, general store. 

DISCO, 

A village in Shelby township, Macomb 
county, and containing 125 inhabitants. It 
is on the stage route between Utica and 
Romeo, midway between the two places. 
Distances — froip Mt. Clemens, the county 
Keat, 14 miles ; from Utica station on the D. 
& B. C. R. R., its shipping point, 4^ miles; 
from Detroit, 27 miles. It has a daily mail. 
The surrounding country is level and pro- 
ductive. It was settled in 185 1. It has 2 
stores, a cooper shop, a saw mill, a planing 
mill, a cider mill, one church, and a good 
school. Harriet J. Salter, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Adams John C, produce. 

Aikins David, hotel. 

Avery John H, thresher. 

Bacon A E, physician. 

Bacon Milo, carpenter. 

Bell J H, wagon maker. 

Brown George, wagon maker. 

Brown Warren, cooper. 

Cannon A W, salesman. 

Cannon Bros, general store. 

Cross J C, wagon niaker. 

Darby T J, harnessmaker. 

Haines Henry, butcher. 

Holland Rev R M (Methodist Protestant). 

McGregor Rev D (Methodist). 

Monford J U, painter. 

Monford M J, agricultural implements. 

Orcutt T J, blacksmith. 

Pearsall D E, produce. 

Salter Mrs H J, general store, 

Salter M B, salesman. 

Storey H U, wagon maker. 

Turner, S W, sewing machine agent. 

Waters A, blacksmith. 

Waters R H, teamster. 



DORR, 

A village of 400 inhabitants, on the Kal* 
amazoo division, L. S. & M. S. R. Rm i^ 
Dorr township, Allegan county. It is 18 
miles south of Grand Rapids and 14 north 
of Allegan. It is in a good agricultunl 
region, lumber and flour are manufactured 
and lumber, stave bolts, flour and wheat are 
shipped. Locality settled 1846, village plat- 
ted 1869. Express — American. Telegraph 
— Western Union. W. H. Ewing, post- 
master. 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

RuTis R J, express agent, and general store. 

Burnett J M, saw mill. 

Cole Theodore, physician. 

Ehle L W, hotel. 

Eodres Philip, grocery and saloon. 

Evarts Henry, phy:iician. 

Ewing & Byles, saw mill and real estate. 

Fisher Lewis W, station agent. 

Fix C, grocery and saloon. 

Helmers R W & Co, general store. 

Lassie W, boot and shoe maker. 

Newman Bros, flouring mill. 

Newman Frank, pr»pr National hotel. 

Newman Joseph, general store. 

Patterson Alexander, blacksmith and wagon 

maker. 
Rumelt F, grocery and saloon. 
Smith John H, physician. 
Somers John, general store. 
Sproat Wm J, justice of the peace and notary 

public. 
Wood Francis, contractor and builder. 

DOUOLASS, 

I 

An incorporated village of about 700 in- 
habitants, in Saugatuck township, Allegan 
county. It is on the Kalamazoo river, near 
it* mouth, and just opposite Saugatuck, 23 
miles from Allegan. The nearest railroad 
station is Richmond, on the C. & M. L. S. R. 
R., 6 miles distant. The village was plat- 
ted in 1861 and incorporated in 1870. It 
noW has a good graded school and a $4,000 
cborch. Lumber and leather are manufac- 
tared and lumber, shingles anxi peaches 
shipped. Douglass has a tri-weekly mail. 
D. C. Putnam, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bamett John, drayman. 

Douglass House, Eli W Oilman, propr. 

Firman Nathan C, justice of the peace. 

Gerber O * Son, Tannery. 

Oilman Eli W, propr Douglass House. 

Giay Pharo, vinegar mnfr, 

Gray Thomas, general store. 

Gray Thomas & Co, saw and shingle mill. 

Gray, Williams & Dickey, lumber mnfr». 

Kirby John, harness maker. 

Mac Lean Daniel, physician and druggist. 

Minter Wm B, brewer. 

Mittter W B, millinery. 

Moore Harry B, lumber mnfr. 

Ogden Rev J R (Methodist). 

Payne Jno S, Flouring Mill. 

T'mnam Dyer C, postmaster and general 

store. 
Read Samuel, blacksmith. 
Ryaa John, dealer in wagons, buggies and 

sleighs. 
Sandles John, painter. 
Spry Henry, painter. 



Takken Henry, blacksmith. 
Upson L A, filter well mnfr. 
Westen Levi, milkman. 
Wolferman Henry, shoemaker. 



DOVER, 

A small settlement in Dexter township, 
Washtenaw county. {See Base Lake. ) 

DOWAGIAO, 

A flourishing incorporated village of 2,500 
inhabitants at the intersection of the four 
townships of Pokagon, Silver Creek, Wayne, 
and La Grange, in Cass county. It is on 
the M. C. R. R., 179 miles from Detroit and 
12 miles east of Niles. It is distant 10 
miles from Cassopolis, the county seat, and 
105 miles from Chicago. It is on Dowagiac 
creek, which affords power for manufactur- 
ing purposes. The country around consists 
of prairie and oak openings, wheat, com, 
potatoes, fruit and live stock are marketed. 
The leading manufacturing interests com- 
prise a large flouring mill, a stave factory, 
and a basket factory ; two planing mills,two 
agricultural implement factories, a handle 
factory, a saw mill, and a brewery. There 
is one bank, the First Rational, capital $50,- 
000, organized 1865, and one newspaper, the 
Republican. There are Baptist, Congrega- 
tional, Catholic, Methodist, and Universalist 
churches, good schools, a public library, a 
ladies library association, and a number of 
other society organizations. Settled in 1837; 
became a railroad town in 1848 ; incorpor- 
ated 1858 ; burned down in 1864 but speedi- 
ly rebuilt. Express, American. Telegraph, 
Western Union. D. W. Clemroer, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Adams Thomas W, Am. Express agt. 
Adams & Howard, Meat Market. 
Arens Samuel, wagon maker. 

Atwell Freeman J, Attorney and 

Counselor at Law. 
Avery Edwin F, insurance agent. 
Bailey Charles E, hats, caps, boots and shoes. 
Bailey C Wilber, editor and propr of The 

Monitor. 
Banker Mrs M L dressmaker. 
Beckwith Philo D, Round Oak Stove Works. 
Bigelow Hervey, furniture mnfr. 
Blackmond James F, boots and shoes. 
Bock House, N. Bock, propr. 
Bock Nicholas, propr Biock House. 
Bowing Mrs. H D, millinery. 

Bowling Franels M, Boot and Shoe 

Mnfr. 
BufBngton Henry C, editor and propr of 

Cass County Republican. 
Cass County Republican (weekly), H C Buf- 

fington, editor and propr. 



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Clark & Jordon, attorneys. 

Clyborne T W & Co, grocers. 

Colby Horace F, flouring mills. 

Coleman & Snyder, saddle and harness 

makers. 
Compton Margaret, grocery. 
Coney & Pray, pump mnfrs. 
Coon Philip H, carriage painter. 
Cooper & Mosher, grocers. 
Curtis € 3 & Son, Physicians, Divi- 
sion. 
Cushman Wm W, wagon maker. 
Dewey, Defendorf & Lyle, dry goods. 
Dewii Henry, saw mill, 6 miles w of village, 
Dickson Austin M, dry goods. 
Diefendorf Levi G, grocer. 
First National Bank,D Lyle pres, N F Choat 

cashier. 
Fletcher Miss Dee, restaurant. 
Fosdiek Oeoi^e W, Physician and 

Surgeon, 
Foster John T, boots and shoes. 
Foster Mrs M L, millinery. 
Oa^^e ft Jewell, Saw Mill and Broom 

Handle Factory. 
Gardner Thomas J, livery stable and dept 

sherifT. 
Gerding Carl, grocer. 
Green Eli, ] grain, wool, produce and live 

stock. 
Green £ & Co, dry goods. 
Greenleaf Carlton J, photographer. 
Orlswold Sk Hen^rood, Boots and 

Shoes. 
Hampton Thaddeus, saw mill, 4 miles s of 

village. 
Harder Frank, brewer. 
Harley James, grocer. 
Hedrick Frederick, saw mill. 
Herold Michael, saloon 
Hirsh J & Co, clothiers. 
Howe Edward F, drugs, tobacco and cigars. 
Hoyte St Johns, flouring mill, 5^ miles n w 
. on Silver creek. 
Hubbard Alexander H, livery. 
Huntington Asa, druggist. 
Hurtle Frederick M, Carriage and 

wagon maker. 
Hutton & Millard, flouring mill, 4^ miles n 

w on Silver creek. 

JarTlS A CriblMI Bros, Meat Mar- 
ket and Dealers in Live Stock. 
Johnson Joseph, harber. 
Jones, Gibbs & Co, basket mnfrs. 
Jones G C & A, general store. 
Judd M & Co, sash, doors and blinds. 
Keeler James, hoots and shoes. 
Lee Chauncy T, lawyer. 
Lee Robert N, watches and jewelry. 
Lyle Daniel, pres First National Bank. 
McMaster Hamilton S, physician. 
McNab Frederick E, saloon. 
Man* Daniel R, groceriet and crockery. 



Marr Wm L, physician. 
Martin Thomas J, barber. 

Mason, Defendorf Se, Am- 

Strong, Planing Mill, Sash, Doors and 
Blinds. (Set adv.) 

Michael Henry, gunsmith. 

Mineral Sprinv Honse, J B Wil- 
liams Propr,cor Main and Front. (SetaJt.) 

Monitor (tri-weekly). C Wilber Bailey edi- 
tor and propr. 

Nichols Mrs A H, millinery. 

XiekolS l¥ni B* Jeweler and Dealer 
in Watches, Clocks, etc. 

Oppenheim Marcus, dry goods. 

Osborn RoUin C, agent M C R R. 

Pattison Edwin, restaurant. 

Pettengill Moses, marble works. 

Potter Noadyer, gunsmith. 

Po^irell Francis I, Meat Market. , 

Powell Hiram S, blacksmith. 

Prindle C P, phjrsician. 

Rapp George, saloon. 

Read Mrs J S, millinery. 

Re Shore Arminda, grocer. 

Biekardson A Henderson, Boots 

and Shoes. 
Rix Tkomas, Denti.st. 
Ross F H & Co, hardware, stoves, etc. 
Rouse Albert J, furniture. 
Rouse Amos, chair mnfr. 
Rouse L V, physician, 
Sanborn David, restaurant. 
Schafer H, boots and shoes. 

Sekermerkorn Barik W, Justice 

of the Peace. 

SkerwoQd Clarence Ij, Drugs, 

Books and Stationery. 
Sherwood Oscar M, druggist. 
Shier George W, grocer. 
Shoemaker Miller H, tailor. 
Smith Albert, carriage painter. 
Smith Joel H, cider and fruit. 
Smith & ScoviU. harness makers. 
Isomers de. Tan SjrcUe^ Blacksmiths. 
Sprague M'^s Hattie, telegrapher. 
Stafford Polydore S» Dining HaU, 

Front. 
Stancill Wm, photographer. 
Stebbins T T & Son, grocers. 
Stralendorf Frederick, blacksmith. 
Stretch Henry F, wagon maker. 
Suits Jacob A, merchant tailor. 
Sullivan James & Son, lawyers. 
Toposh J, saw mill, lyi miles w village. 
Tryon Stafford, lawyer. 
Tuthill & Warner, farm implements, 
Van Antwerp Ritner. painter. 
Vrooman W E & Co, hardware, stoves ftc. 
Wares Mrs Susan N, fancy goods. 
Warts Mrs J P, dress maker. 
Wells & Palmer, carpenters. 
Wheeler, physician. 
White mrs^C, hair goodt. 



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WilUtms John B, propr Mineral SprinS 

Honie, cor Main and Front. 
Wtkon John \V, sewing machines. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Franc Peter, boot and shoemaker. 
Girodot & Son, wagon makers. 
Greeman James, wheelwright. 



DRAYTON PLAINS*. \ Hugils Thomas, blacksmith. 

Avillageof 200 inhabitants in the town of \ Judd J K, flouring mill. 
Waterford, Oakland county. It is on the i Kelly Abner, blacksmith. 
D. & M. R. R., 5 miles west of Pontiac and | Linabury James H, hotel propr. 
31 from Detroit. The Clinto n river con tri- Schwesengen Paul, general .store, 
botes water power. Flour, wheat, potatoes, 
oAtT and pickles comprise the leading items 
•f shipment. Settled in 1830. Express — 
American. D. M. Judd, postmaster. 



Starring Joseph, flouring mill. 
Van Kampen Jno, produce, railroad station 
and express agent. 
* Walker Wm, millwright. 



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Comer Main and Front Streets. 



I^ir^t ClM^ Sou^e ii\ k,ll it^ ^pj)oii(tinei\t{i. 

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S. B. "WHjIjIAMS, Proprietor, 
DOWAGIAC, ' - M iCMIGA -N, 

A. H. MASON. H. DEFENDORF. A. ARMSTRONG. 



MASON, DEFENDORF & ARMSTRONG, 

Proprietors of Dowagiac Steam Planing Mill, 



Manufacturers of and Dealers in 



BOOKS, S^SH A2TD SLZ2TDS, 

Door and Window Frames, Mouldings^ Lumber, Lath and Shingles, 

and Scroll Sawing of all kinds. 

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DRYDEN. 

A place of 300 inhabitants in Dryden 
township, Lapeer county, 17 miles southeast 
of Lapeer and 7 miles south of Attica, on the 
C. & L. H. R. R., its nearest railroad station. 
It is surrounded by a good farming country, 
yielding all the usual farm products. It 
has one grist mill and a foundry. It 
has a daily mail. Joseph Manwaring, post- 
master. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Anderson Rev C V, (Methodist.) 
Anderson R B, boot and shoe maker. 
Bacon, Emmons & Co, general store. 
Breden R, Physician. 
Brophey J D, foundry. 
Chesebrow W, boot and shoemaker. 

Darland €, Grist Mill. 

Davis B I, tailor. 

Edgerton D, undertaker. 

Hubble W, meat market. 

Lemon F S. harness maker. 

Juan waring Josepll, General Store. 

Randolph, Mrs S E, milliner. 

Rupert Joseph, blacksmith. 

Steams S S, physician. 

Todd G, harness maker. 

Tully E, blacksmith. 

Vankleek F D, hotel propr. 

DUNDEE. 

An incorporated village of 700 inhabitants 
in township of the same name, in Monroe 
county. It is finely located on the north 
branch of the river Raisin on the C. & C S. 
R. R., at the point of crossing of the pro- 
jected Toledo, Ann Arbor and Northern. 
It is 15 miles from Monroe, 5^ north of 
Petersburg and about 48 from Detroit. The 
village is located upon high table land in 
the midst of a splendid farming country aad 
contains a flouring mill, a. paper mill, 3 Skw 
mills, a stave factory, two planing mills, a 
foundry, a cheese factory and a tannery. 
The Dundee Enterprise^ a weekly republican 
paper, is published here and there are 4 
churches and first class school accommoda- 
tions. The leading shipments comprise 
flour, piper, lumber, staves etc. Settled 
1827. Express — American. Telegraph — 
Western Union. Peter Clark, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Arnold Thomas, shoemaker. 

Habcock John S, blacksmith. 

JBarry R D9 Baker and Confectioner. 

Brewer Jairus, grocer. 

Cassidy James, barber. 

Cooper Geo W, Jeweler and News 

Dealer. 
Curtis & Drcv, hardware. 



Curtis Nelson, clothier. 

Dickerson J S, tailor. 

Drew I C, tanner and shoemaker. 

Drewyour Ferguson, livery stable. 

Entwisle & Son, butchers. 

Fleming John H, blacksmith. 

Gee Ezekiel P, shoemaker. 

Griffin Geo D, cooper. 

Hall, Ward & Co, stave and lumber mnfts. 

Hecock h Baker, general store. 

Hibbard Wm H, wagon maker. 

Hitchcock B F, broom mnfr. 

Hollenberry Geo, blacksmith. 

Hunt & Wheeler, planing mill. 

Hurd Geo W, druggist. 

Jackson G W, physician and druggist. 

Kenyon £ C, general store. 

Lalonge Mrs Angri, millinery. 

Lalonge C, harness maker. 

McBride L M, agent Am Express Co. 

Marvin & Wilcox, foundry, etc. 

Mason J W, physician. 

Miller August, furniture. 

Munger John, deputy sheriff. 

Ostrander D & Son, grocers. 

Parker & Fox, carpenters. 

Parker Joseph, Justice of the Peace 

and Undertaker. 
Pettit Cyrus W, harness maker. 
Potter John M, hotel propr. 
Pulver Horace, livery stable. 
Pulver Wm H, wagon maker. 
Randall Seth C, lawyer. 
Rathbun Geo H, boots and shoes. 
Rathbun & Son, general store. 
Rossin & Dixson, cigar mnfrs. 
Rossin & Long, saw mill. 
Scranton F, Lumber Dealer, Sash, Door, 
•Blind aitd Broom Handle Factory, and 

General Store. 
Scranton & Scranton, lumber and planing 

mill. 
Shafer John, wagon maker. 
Sherwood £ T, insurance agent. 
Smith & Moore, marble works. 
Spaulding H C, hardware. 
Stayt C B, dentist. 
Stowell & Paxson, saw mill. 
Trowbridge Mrs Julia, milliner. 
Vandeventer John W, broom handle rnann- 

facturer. 
Van Nest James, wagon maker. 
Verschoor Aart, tailor. 
Voglesang Henry, grocer. 
Ward Allen B, general store. 
Washburne Geo L, marble dealer. 
Watling & Hecock, lawyer.. 
Wilcox Delos F, surveyor. 
Wilcox Merritt, physician 
Wilkerson Alfred, paper mill. 
Wilkerson & Son, flouring mill. 
Williams J & Son, furniture. 
Williaius Misses, millindta. 



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DtJNNINa, 

A station on the Michigan Lake Shore 
railroad, 9 miles northwest of Allegan, and 
14 sonth of Holland. 

(See Z>UHningsvme,) 

DXJNNINGSVIIiLE, 

A place of about 180 population in Heath 
township, Allegan county. It is a station 
(Dunning) on the M. L. S. R. R., 8 miles 
northwest of Allegan. It is situated on the 
Kalamazoo river and Bear creek, the latter 
of which furnishes water power. The sur- 
rounding country is level, and tolerably good 
for farm purposes. Lumber, shingles, staves 
and blackberries are the leading articles of 
shipment. It has 3 saw mills. Settled 
about 1866. Express — United States. Tele- 
graph — Railroad line. Byer. B. Martin, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Brewer L & Co, saw and shingle mill. 
Connell Michael, railroad station and ex- 
press agent. 
Crofoot Rev James (Wesleyan Methodist.) 
^Gilchrist & Bro, saw mill. 
Martin Byer B, carpenter. 
Phelps C D & Co, sawmill. 
Scott Wm, hotel and general store. 
Speer C C, builder. 
Wheeler C P, blacksmith. 
WUiiston I, lumber dealer. 



DUPT.ATN. 

A village of 150 inhabitants in Duplain 
township, Clinton county. It is locally 
called Mapleton. It is on Maple river, 9 
miles northea:.t of St. Johns, and 4 north of 
Shepardsville, on the D. & M. R. R., its usnal 
shipping station. It was settled in 1835; 
as a good water power, and one grist mill and 
a tannery. Wheat, butter and eggs are 
shipped. It has a tri-weekly mail. Wm. 
Smead, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Dickeison Monroe, carpenter. 

Freeman Rev J F (Methodist). 

Gridler E, cooper. 

Hosley Holland C, miller. 

House F A, physician. 

Locey Wm, wagon maker. 

Pearl O M, general store. 

Sloai Henry W, carpenter. 

Smead Wm, groceries and notions. 

Temple R S, hotel. 

Tucker B B. blacksmith. 

EAGLE 

A place of about 100 inhabitants in Eagle 
township, Clinton county. It is on the D. 
U & L. M. R. R, 103 miles from Detroit, 18 
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northwest of Lansing and 20 south of Ionia. 
It is near the junction of Grand and Look- 
ing-glass rivers, in a good farming district. 
Settled as a village in 1872. L. W. Hill, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Cole A D, sash, doors and planing mill. 

Doty Mason, grocer. 

Dravenstat A E, builder. 

Fletcher J O, blacksmith. 

Hill L W, justice of the peace, general store 

lumber and express agent. 
Kerr J J, produce dealer railroad agent. 
McCrumb G W, saw mill. 
Manning C, blacksmith. 
Stephenson E W, agent D L & M R R. 

EAGLE HARBOR 

An incorporated village of about 400 in- 
habitants in Eagle Harbor township, Ke- 
weenaw county, 8 miles northeast of Eagle 
River, the county seat. By water it is dis- 
tant about 660 miles from Detroit, and about 
700 from Chicago. Its nearest approach by 
rail is Calumet, 25 miles south. It is situated 
in a mountainous and rocky region of coun- 
try growing nothing but potatoes, turnips, 
grass and oats, and exporting nothing but 
copper, silver and green hides. It is the 
shipping port for the Central and Copper 
Falls mines two of the best mines in the 
Keweenaw district. It has several hotels 
and stores, a weekly newspaper, the Ke- 
weenaw Herald t Methodist and Catholic 
churches, schools, etc. Settled 1845, incor- 
porated 1874. I^ ^^ ^ daily mail. Justin 
Shapley, postmistster. The Mineral Range 
telegraph reaches this village. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Beaubien C j^ hotel. 

Benson Martin R, carpenter. 

Bird Peter C, justice of the peace and keeptr 
of light house. 

Bradfield T D, physician. 

Carl Norman, hotel propr. 

Dahm Joseph, stoves and tinware. 

Foley Bros & Co, general store and meats. 

Gerard Evertz, general store. 

Kunz Charles, blacksmith and wagon maker. 

Mischell Nicholas, boot and shoemaker. 

Mozina Rev Luke. (Catholic.) 

Omans Rev T G, (Methodist.) 

Ottis & Engels, brewers. 

Parks Arthur, justice of the peace. 

Pastoret Peter, carpenter. 

Perry Joseph, carpenter. 

Baley St Shapley, Forwarding and 
Commission Merchants. 

Rickard Joseph, hotel propr. 

Rooney James A, editor and propr Kewee- 
naw Herald, and supt of schools, 

Schultie Frederick, tailor. 



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Swartz Jacob V, jeweler. 

Swartz Louisa, teacher. 

Trumbull L J, photographer. 

Van Alstine James, president of Tillage. 

VerhoTen & Remfry, general store. 

EAGLE RIVEB, 

The county seat of Keweenaw county, a 
village of 250 inhabitants in Houghton town- 
ship, near the center of the county and on 
its western shore. It is 14 miles north of 
Calumet in a mountainous region, pro- 
ducing from the soil only potatoes, hay and' 
oats. It is the shipping point for the once 
famous Cliff mine, and is the location of an 
extensive safety fuse factory. It has a daily 
mail. Telegraph, Mineral Range Line. 
Joseph Retallack, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Alexander John, warehouse and dock. 
Betzing Mrs, hotel propr. 
Betzler George, hotel propr. 
Blight Joseph, fuse mnfr. 
Brice John, stone mason. 
Brockway D D & Son, general store. 
Carey Christian, justice of the peace. 
Diemel Gustave, sheriff. 
Francis Frederick, carpenter. 
Gardener Joseph, carpenter. 
Gooley Alfred, hotel propr, 
Gossman Nicholas, hotel propr. 
Hocking William C, general store. 
Knurl Bros, brewers. 
Kremer Peter, ashery. 
Lobby Louis, justice of the peace. 
Pearce Peter, saloon and constable. , 
Pooley Stephen, hotel propr. 
Retallack Joseph, blacksmith. 
Sebilsky Anton, general store. 
Senter John, banker and agent. 
Smeltzer Martin, stone mason. 
VanOrden William, county treasurer. 
Willebold Mrs, hotel propr. 
Wright Wm B, hotel propr. 

EASTBAT. 

A village in East Bay township, Grand 
Traverse county, 3^ miles from Traverse 
City. It is situatea on East bay an arm of 
Grand Traverse bay, and has water commu- 
nication with all lake ports. Population 36. 
Traverse City is its railroad shipping point. 
Lumber and fish constitute its chief items of 
shipment. Morris Mahan, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Elliott W, blacksmith. 

Green O W, carpenter and boarding house. 

Mahan Morris, lumber mnfr. 

Mitchell Wm H C, lumber mnfr. 

Taylor A, farmer. 

Titus J W, farmer. 

Williams J C, millwright. 



BAST DAYTON. 

A settlement containing 128 inhabitants 
known in the vicinity ieis Hurd's Comers. It 
is on the town line between Dayton and 
Wells, in Tuscola county, 9 miles southeast 
of Caro. Vassar 21 miles west is its nearest 
railroad point. It is on Sucker creek which 
supplies water power. Wheats potatoes, 
lumber and shingles are shipped. It has a 
semi weekly mail. Settled 1858. S. Per- 
kins, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Blanchard John W, blacksmith. 
Camlum Rev Ira H, (Methodist.) 
Goodell Franklin A, general store. 
Hig?ins John, blacksmith. 
Hurd Lorenzo, general store. 
McLaughlin William, hotel. 
Myers Wm H, musician. 
Sugden William, boot and shoemaker. 

eastgHjEAd. 

A postoffice in the southern part of Branch 
county, near the state line. It is in Gilead 
township, 13 miles south of Coldw at er. Some 
50 good solid farmers get their mail weeklj 
at this office. A. S. Graves, postmaster. 

east GOLDEN. 

A village of 100 inhabitants in Golden 
township, Oceana county, five miles south of 
Hart, the county seat. It is on the C. & 
M. L. S. R. R., the station being known as 
Collins. It lies in a heavy timbered country 
and ships lumber only. W. £. Powers, 
postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Powers^G, agent C & M S R R. 
Golden Lumber Co, lumber and shingle 
mnfrs. 



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EAST QBEENWOOD. 

A postoffice in Greenwood township, St. 

Clair county. 

EAST LEBOY. 

A postoffice in the southwestern part of 
Calhoun county, 11^ miles south of Battle 
Creek. It has a tri-weekly mail. 

EASTMANVn.T.K 

A village of between 400 and 500 inhabi* 
tants^ in Polkton township, Ottawa county, 
18 miles from Grand Haven. It is on Grand 
river, 4 miles south of Coopersville station, 
on the D. & M. R. R. It is surrounded by 
the best of farming country, growing ivheat, 
com, potatoes, and fruit, sm^l and large in 
abundance. It has a saw mill, grist mill, 
axle factory, planing mill, and ^rooden 



OZiX&lTT.fti MIXiZiS. 

PALMER, DONALDSON & CO, 

UANUrACTDRRRS OT 

GROUND COFFEE, SPICES, 

And I)Ml«n la Teu, Mustard, Cream Tarur and Baking Powd«r. 

33 Griswold Street, DETROIT, MICH, 

N«y. T,pe, INCREASED FACILITIES. New Pressoi. 



Union Job Printing Co. 

48 Larned Street West, 

ASCASB BTTILSIHO. "Pj 'C'T' R O 1 T* 



Book & Job Printingl 

ABB rBBPABKD TO EXBCUTE IN A BDPBRIOR k 



A 11 T^inds of Legal and (Commercial Printing 



,t Iow«at New York me*. 

CHASi M. ROUSSEAU, Manager. 



OUK BKANDK. j 9|,p^(», Baker*, PI*DMr. ( Eaal HmclMmw. nich. 

X^umbermen Hiipplled on sliort not.loo. 

AARON NEWMAN, 

Mattress and Spring Bed 



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General Upholsterer 

AND FURNITURE DEALER, 

g SoHik Cass Sired,  EAST SAGINAW. MICH. 



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bowl factory. It has a daily mail. Adam 
Wagner, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Coleman Brothers, planing mill. 

De Fay John, wagon maker. 

Doodlittle Rev Chas, (Congregationalist). 

Eastman George, hotel, and land broker. 

Griffith Lewis H, grist mill, and wagon axle 

mnfr. 
Hefiferan Thomas, saw mill, and land 

broker. 
Lock E W, mnfr wooden bowls. 
Lull Hiram, lumber dealer. 
Niles \Vm H, physician. 
Spencer John, hotel propr. 
Taft H S, grocer and druggist. 
Thayer Edwin, land broker. 
Wagner Bros, general store and wood and 

bark dealers. 
Welbon, Hull & Watt, wagon wakers. 



EAST MILAN. 

A Tillage of 200 inhabitants in Milan 
township, Monroe county, 18 miles north- 
west of Monroe. Dundee on the Chicago 
& Canada Southern R. R., six miles south is 
the nearest railroad point. It has a saw mill, 
two planing mills, and a bending factory. 
Lumber and live stock are its chief ship- 
ments. It has a weekly mail. Joseph W. 
Meadows, postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Ball T J, saw mill. 

Becker A W, general store. 

Ingraham £, cooper. 

McBride C H, wagon maker. 

Reeves & Hanson, saw and planing mill. 

Shaw S L, cooper. 

Smith Henry, builder. 

Star Bending Co, general store, saw mill 

and bending works. 
Tnmbull James, builder. 
Wendhousen F, blacksmith. 

EASTPORT. 

A place of 200 inhabitants in the town- 
ship of Torch Lake* Antrim coun^. It is 
on the east shore of Grand Traverse bay, 17 
miles north from Elk Rapids, the county 
seat, and 36 from Traverse City, the nearest 
point reached by rail. Cordwood, lumber, 
wheat, barley, oats and potatoes are produced 
in shipping quantities. Settled 1870. East- 
poit has a tri-weekly mail. Andrew J. 
Mudge postmaster. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Blakely Daniel, hotel propr. 
Coulter Rev CF (Presbyterian). 
Empey Rev C (Methodist). 
Graves Bradley, boot and shoemaker. 
Hadcock James A^ general store. 
Hunt J L, physician. 



Kanaga L M, physician. 
Mudge Andrew J, wagon maker. 
Silkman J H, saw mill and general store. 
Woodworth Augustus, blacksmith. 

EAST SAGINAW. 

This thriving city is one of the wonders of 
the State in the rapidity of its growth, the 
aggregation of its capital, its enterprise, and 
the aggregate of its manufacturing and c«m- 
mercial interests. 

• LOCATION. 

East Saginaw is situated on the right or 
east bank of the Saginaw river, about 16 
miles above its mouth. It is 200 miles from 
Detroit by river and lake and 98 by rail. 

This city, the site of which was a wilder- 
ness 23 years ago, now contains a population 
of 17,084 within its chartered limits, and 
from 3,000 to 5,000 more in the suburbs 
connected with it. The city extends along 
the river, nearly north and south, a distance 
of three miles or over, and at points extends 
over a mile back, covering an area of four tp 
five square miles, and is now pretty well 
built over. There are some very fine streets, 
many of which are paved with wood pave- 
ment or substantially planked. 

PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS. 

Among the most important features in 
this line are the water works, known as the 
*' Holly System." The water is taken from 
the Tittabawassee river, three miles above 
the business centre of tne city, and is dis- 
tributed through about 20 miles of iron 
pipes, furnishing an abundant supply for all 
public and private purposes. Over 100 
fire hydrants are provided, which furnish 
efficient protection from the devouring ele- 
ment. The total cost of the water works 
was about ^350,000. 

The sewerage system of the city is another 
most important feature. At present there are 
about five miles of substantial brick and 
pipe sewers, which furnish good drainage 
and add largely to the good health -and con- 
venience of the people. The cost of sewers 
up to the present time has been about $160,- 
000. 

No city in the State ""is probably better 
provided with school facilites than this. 
There are twelve school houses, under the 
control of the Board of Education, with a 
seating capacity for nearly 3,000 scholars. 
The expenditures for school purposes for the 
year 1874 were upwards of $65,000 and the 
cash value of the school property is put at 
about ^200,000. The public library con- 
tains about 3.500 volumes. 

The assessed valuation of the city is about 
$3,500,000 and its total bonded debt is about 
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BUILDINGS, ETC. 

East Saginaw has no public buildings ex« 
cept such as have been built by its municipal 
authorities or by private enterprises. Among 
the former are the water works buildings, 
two large brick and four frame fire depart- 
ment buildings, and the public school build- 
ings, six of which are bnck. 

In the way of churches, the Baptist, Con- 
gregationalist, Methodist, Lutheran, Pres- 
bjrterian and German Methodist societies 
have substantial brick edifices, and the Epis- 
copalians and colored Baptists have frame 
buildings. 

The very large number of elegant private 
residences is a most notable feature of this 
place. 

The business portion of the city is mostly 
of brick three and four, story buildings, hav- 
ing a substantial appearance. There are 
several fine stone structures, such as the 
Merchants' National Bank, the new Hoyt 
Block, and the railroad buildings. 

There are two places of amusement, the 
*< Academy of Music," one of the pleasantest 
and neatest public halls in the State, capacity 
for seating i,8oo people, and the *^ Opera 
House," which is smaller, both situated on 
Washington street. 

East Saginaw is well supplied with good 
hotels, among them the far famed Everett 
^ouse, the Bancroft House, the Sherman 
House, the Irving House, and others. 

There are about twenty saw and shingle 
mills within the city limits, among which 
are some of the most complete in the State. 

MANUFACTURES AND TRADE. 

East Saginaw is the principal center of the 
immense lumber trade of this section of the 
State, which aggregates over 500,000,000 feet 
of pine lumber annually, besides lath, 
shingles, etc., and a large quantity of oak 
timber and staves, and a large product in 
butternut, walnut, cherry and ash. The 
manufacture of salt has increased very 
largely, the total product for 1874 being 
over 1,000,000 barrels, fully one-half of all 
produced and marketed in Saginaw county. 
Many of the heaviest lumber and salt opera- 
tors reside here, and direct their operations 
from this point, and this makes East Saginaw 
not only the center of an immense lumber- 
ing supply trade, but its general wholesale 
trade reaches for long distances out upon 
the railroad lines and up the Lake Huron 
shore to Mackinaw. 

Four extensive planing mills, three cabinet 
factories, four breweries, two flouring mills, 
four foundries and machine shops, one brass 
foundry, two lime kilns, one large car shop, 
and three ship yards, comprise the leading 
manufacturing interests. 



RAILROADS. 

The following are the lines of railroad nov 
in operation and centering here : The F. & 
P. M., from Toledo to Ludington ; the J., 
L. & S., from Jackson to Otsego Lake, and 
Saginaw Valley & St. Louis ; the Chicago, 
Saginaw & Canada railroad soon to be 
added, which will give a direct route east- 
ward, now greatly desired. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

East Saginaw has the usual quota of as- 
sociations and societies, among which are 
the Masonic, in its several degrees and sub- 
divisions, the I. O. O. F., the German clubs 
and associations, Good Templars, etc. 

Two daily newspapers are published here, 
the Republican and the Courier ( Dem.), and 
one German paper, the Weekly Zeiiung, 

The government is now engaged in im- 
proving the navigation of the river, which 
has been somewhat obstructed by bars, and 
for the season of 1875, it is anticipated, a 
good channel with 10 feet of water will be 
opened the whole length of the river. 

There are two hospitals, one built by the 
city, and one under the management of the 
•* Sisters of Charity." The '* Home for the 
Friendless," is a worthy benevolent institn- 
tion. 

East Saginaw has three National and two 
private banks, and a savings Vank organized 
under the State law. The capital engaged 
in this department is considerably in excess 
of $1,000,000. 

Among the public institutions of the place 
are its splendid driving park and the fair 
grounds. These are beautifully situated and 
have a track one mile long and level ss & 
floor. 

The East Saginaw Limiber Exchange, the 
Young Men's Library Association, the Ger- 
man Syra Musical Association, are anong 
other local institutions of prominence and 
note. 

SETTLEMENT AND GROWTH. 
East Saginaw was practically begun in 
1850. The tract of land forming the ori- 
ginal •• Hoyt plat," first taken up by Charles 
Little, of Saginaw, but at the time held by 
the Michigan State bank, was purchased in 
1849 by Hon. Norman Little, as agent ef 
Jesse Hoyt and others, of New York. The 
location and building of a village was imme> 
diately commenced. The land, up to that 
time a wilderness, with only one cabin, oo 
cupied by a fur trader, was platted, a portion 
of it cleared, a saw mill, a few dwellings and 
oflices erected, a few families and boardeif 
sheltered, and the embryo city sprang into 
life, soon to outgrow the expectations of its 
most sanguine founders. A flouring mill 
was erected, buildings, dwellings and stores 
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a plank road, projected and mostly built 
through the enterprise and capital of the 
founders of East Saginaw, was opened to 
Flint, opening up to the Saginaw valley an 
avenue of travel and supplies for the lumber 
woods, not before enjoyed. Within two 
years it had from 1,000 to 1,500 inhabitants. 
Within five years it received a village char- 
ter, within ten became a city, and now, with 
a growth of 25 years, has a population of 
17,000, rapidly increasing, and presenting all 
the signs of modern improvement and pro- 
gress. 

The indications for the future growth ol 
East Saginaw are good, the immense wealth 
of the timber and salt basin of which it is 
the center, the opening of new lines of rail- 
roads and the improvement of the water 
ways, the rapid development of the farming 
interest, and the superior facilities for manu- 
facturing, are ]>oints in its favor that are too 
prominent to be ignored. Starting from 
nothing in 1850, in the short space of a 
quarter of a century it has risen to a pros- 
perous ami wealthy city, distancing all com- 
petitors, with two exceptions in the State. 

There is no good reason why its future 
growth should not equal, if it does not excel 
ie past. With its sister '* City of Saginaw," 
and the adjoining village of Carrollton, there 
is an aggregation of nearly 40,000 population, 
opon a space of territory averaging six miles 
loQg by four miles wide. 

When the time shall come that all these 
people and interests shall be merged toge- 
ther, it will rank as the second in population, 
wealth and productive industry in the com- 
monwealth. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Abel Karl, boots and shoes, s w cor Fitzhugh 
and Sixth. 

Ahern John R, boots and shoes, s s Potter e 
of Washington ave. 

Alkln E ik Co, China, Crockery and 
Glassware. 209 Genesee ave. 

Albany Salt Co, S Saginaw. 

Alexander Mrs E, lx>arding, cor Centre and 
Mackinaw, S Saginaw. 

Allen F A, barber, s s Potter w of Jefferson. 

Allen Wm, wagon maker, Rust w of Macki- 
naw, S Saginaw. 

Allen, Andrews & McClintock, insurance, 
107 S Washington ave. 

Albert! & Dreslers, surveyors, 407 Genesee 
ave. 

Allison John P, salt and lumber, 2 Buena 
Vista Block. 

Allliouse Nicholas IV, Propr Metro- 
politan Restaurant, III N Washington 
»ve. (^^ adv.) 

Amcrein P, jeweler, 321 Genesee ave. 

American Express Co, L W Tisdale, agent, 
S Washington ave. 



American Telegraph Institutes 

Herman Bertolotto, Manager, East SagT- 
naw, 129 S Washington. {See adv.) 

Ames J, wagons, cor Franklin and Genesee. 

Ang^ell I>9 Photographer, cor Genesee 
ave and Franklin. 

Angell E H & J W, meat market, 129 S 
Washington ave. 

Anneke Fred & Co, insurance, 325 Genesee 
ave. 

Asbeck Rudolf, grocer, cor Lapeer and 7th. 

Aslin Joseph, saloon, S Water s of Williams. 

Baker 'Wm H, Carriage and W^agon 
Mnfr and General Jobber, German bet 
Franklin and Cass. 

Ball H J, grocer, cor Washington and Ger- 
man. 

Ballentine James m A Co, For- 
warding and Commission, 213 N Water. 

Bancroft House, Israel B Norcross, propr, 
cor Genesee and S Washington aves. 

Barbier M A, liquors, 419 Genesee ave. 

Barclay S, Pork and Beef Packer, Com- 
misMon Dealer and Curer of Extra Sugar 
Cured Hams, 204 and 206 N Water, and 
Retail Department 127 N Washington 
ave. {Sff adv.) 

Barie Fred J, restaurant, 5 S Cass. 

Barie Wm, dry goods, 210 Genesee ave. 

Bartlett A W A Co, Mnfrs Steam 
Engines, Saw Mill Machinery &c, cor 
S Water and Mason. 

BartOl¥ "W J, Agent for Jesse Hoyt 
Real Estate and Luml>er, and Pres and 
Supt E Saginaw Street Railroad, Othce 
Buena Vista Block. 

Bastian John, saloon, 126 N Water. 

Bates Harry, sale stable, s w cor Franklin 
and Johnson. 

Bauer Conrad, saloon, 412 Genesee ave. 

Baum Adam, meat market, 524 Geneseb ave. 

Baum Martin, saloon, w s Warren n of La- 
peer. 

Baum M, saloon, e s Cass n of Genesee ave. 

Baum Peter, Meat Market, cor S Wash- 
ington and Hoyt. 

Baumer John, jeweler, 117 Lapeer. 

Baumgarten Abram, grocer, cor Genesee 
ave and Park. 

Beard Andrew, baker, Center w of Douglas, 
S Saginaw. 

Bechtel John, hotel, cor Washington ave 
and German. 

Becker O C, loan office, cor Washington ave 
and German. 

Beesejohn H, grocer, 221 I^peer. 

Behler Joseph, baker, 519 Lapeer. 

Bendit H, clothing, 115 Genesee ave. 

Benn John A, tailor. 306 Genesee ave. 

Bentz A W, baker, w s Jefferson n of Ge- 
nesee ave. 

Berger F AuffUiitUS, Guns and Am- 
munition, 103 Tuscola. 



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Berlolotto H, Manager American Tel- 
egraph Institute, 129 S Washington ave. 

Berry John, saloon, 131 N Washington ave. 

Besch Joseph, marble yard, n s Tuscola e of 
Franklin. 

Besner B, hotel, S Water s of Brady. 

Beyer M, saloon, w s Cass n of Genesee ave. 

Bingham H, wagon maker, w s Frank n of 
Tuscola. 

Bird Michael J,blinds, mouldings, etc, n e 
cor Jefferson and Tuscola. 

Birss A, blacksmith, s s Tuscola s of Water. 

Blankerts Anthony, grocer, Washington ave 
s of Randolph. S Saginaw. 

Bliss S B, real estate. Bliss Block. 

Bodine Oakley," grocer, cor S Washington 
and Hoyt. 

Boergert & Kosanka, tailors, w s Jefferson n 
of Genesee ave. 

Bohm & Miller, proprs Farmers' Hotel, 904 
Genesee ave. 

Boothroyd & Gibbs, booksellers, 304 Gene- 
see ave. 

Bosselmann John, grocer, cor Lapeer and 6th. 

Boyd Robert & Co, grocers and lumberman's 
supplies, n e cor Genesee ave and Water, 
elevator cor Potter and N Water. 

Bradley Henry H, general store, S Sagi- 
naw. 

Brand stetter Cosmos, boots and shoes, e s 
6th n of Johnson. 

Brayman Edward, saloon, s e cor Potter and 
Franklin. 

Bre§ler C A Sc Co, Hides, Pelts, etc, 
809 Genesee ave. 

Brewer Addison P, pine lands and tug owner, 
308 Genesee ave. 

Briggs Ebon, saw mill and salt block, S Sag- 
inaw. 

Bracks J IVI, Attorney at Law, 107 S 
Washington ave. 

Broughton John D & Co, grocers, cor Wash- 
ington and Charles, S S. 

Brow Joseph, saloon, 125 S Water. 

Brown George, watch maker, 312 Genesee 
ave. 

Bruske St SchirartZ, Hardware, 
Stoves, Paints, Oils, etc, 513 Genesee ave 
and 114 Lapeer. 
• Buckel John, baker, Franklin. 

Buckhout B B, hardware, 124 N Water. 

Buckley & Co, wagon mnfrs, Mackinaw bet 
Rust and Saginaw, S S. 

Bullock R D, pianos and organs, 109 Gene- 
see ave. 

Bundy & Martindale, shingle mnfrs, S Sagi- 
naw. 

Bundy, Yeomans & Co, saw mill and salt 
block, S Saginaw. 

Burdick Duane D, meat market, s s Potter e 
of 2d. 

Burdick Jesse A, gunsmith, Cass s of Gene- 
see ave* 



Bumliain St Still, Mnfrs Lumber, 
Lath and Salt, S Saginaw. (Se^ adt'.) 

Burt Mary L, saloon, s e Cass n of Genesee 
ave. 

Burt W R & Co, lumber and salt mnfrs, 215 
N Water. 

Burton E M, cigars and liquors, cor Wash- 
ington and Genesee aves. 

Burton Bros, insurance, e s Washington ave 
n of Genesee. 

Burtt & Loomis, painters, 130 Cass s of Gen- 
esee ave. 

Calderwood Mrs A W S, millinery, S Wash- 
ington ave s of Gallagher, S S. 

Callam Wm, saw mill, 306 Genesee ave. 

Cameron James G, coach mnfr, n w cor 
Jefferson and Tuscola. 

Camp dt Brooks, Attorneys at Law, 
Turner Block, S Washington ave. 

Campbell J M, physician. Gamble's Block, 
German. 

Carkliit Stlckney A; Co, Dredging 

Contractors. 

Carlisle F W & Co. tanners, 128 N Water. 

Caruth Joseph, saloon, 313 Genesee ave. 

Carty Perry, hotel propr, Randolph e of 
Washington, S S. 

Caspary Wm, baker, 629 Hoyt. 

Catlin & Paine, lumber, 124 N Water. 

Chagnun John B, baker, s w cor Johnson 
and Washington ave. 

Clienej H H A Son, Mnfrs Board and 
Log Rules, w s Washington ave n of As- 
tor. 

Choate C B, hardware, I Derby Block, N 
Water. 

Claflin Nelson H, physician, 314 S Wash- 
ington. 

Clark A & J, blacksmiths, German. 

Clark John, boots and shoes, s s Potter e of 
Warren. 

Clark L A, cashier First National Bank oi 
E Saginaw, cor Genesee ave and Cass. 

Clark & Ellis, dry goods, 206 and 208 Gene- 
see ave. 

Clark Wm A & Son, law and collection, 3 
and 4 Wisner Block. 

Clarke E, saloon, 133 Washington ave N. 

Clarke E R. druggist, 1 13 Genesee ave. 

Cloudman, McClellan A Co, File 
Cutters, 406 N Water,. 

Coats James G, insurance, Merchants' Na- 
tional Bank Building. 

Coleman Mrs Anna B, hair goods, 416 Gcn^ 
see ave. 

Cornick Joseph, boots and shoes, cor Jeffer- 
son and Genesee ave. 

Courier Printing Co, Josh Tuthill 
Pres, Ed Cowles Editor, C B Hcadley 
Manager, Franklin* {See adv.) 

Cousinau Joseph, hotel, cor S Wa.hington 
and Thompson. 

Cowles Ed, editor Daily Courier, Franklin. 



fiAS AND BUSINESS DtRECtORY. ^AS 3I9 



(J. J. QUACKENBUSH, Agent.) 



PLANING MILL 



EVERY DESCRIPTION OF SEASONED 

MICHIGAN PINE LUMBER, 

At the Lowest Market Rates, SURFACED OR MATCHED TO ORDER. 



Lumber by the Car Load a Specialty. 



"♦► ^ > 



OFFICE, BOOM 18 HOYT BLOCK. 

Mills, East SaginaTV-, Micli. 

JAMES STEWART & CO., 

Wholesale Grocers, 



AND DEALERS IN 




f eii 0«,. Oat 



J, lK:wa-A,J W<MI»W|| 



PROVISIONS, 

A.iid all G-rades of* Salt. 

Foot of Genesee Avenue and North Water Street, 

EAST SAGINAW, MICHIGAN. 



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Creen J & J, grocers, n e cor Water and Tus- 
cola. 

Croll & Co, dry goods, 305 Genesee ave. 

Cronrley I^trick, Saloon, e s Cass n 
Genesee ave. 

Curtis Clark, oil and paints, n w cor Frank- 
lin and Johnson. 

Curtis Frank I, livery, n e cor Franklin and 
Tuscola. 

Curtis Jay S, saw mill, Steele's • Central 
Block, Genesee. 

Curtis & Teed, painters, S Saginaw. 

Custom Houst, 1 1 Wisner BIock,A Ferguson 
deputy collector. 

Courier (Daily and Weekly), Courier 
Printing Co Proprs, Franklin. 

Dally Republican (Daily and Week- 
ly), F A Palmer & Co Proprs, Bliss Block. 
{See adv. ) 

Dalrymple Weller R,* upholsterer, 223 S 
Washington ave. 

Darmstaedter Louis, brewer, w s S Wash- 
ington ave. 

Davenport George & Co, saw mill, Florence. 

Davis Eugene A, cigar mnfr, s s Potter e of 
Franklin. 

Davis Sigfred, fancy goods, 306 Genesee ave. 

Davis Thomas W, druggist, S Saginaw. 

Deisler Anton, baker, cor Genesee ave and 
Sherman. 

De liand Ciiaries V, Manager Lum- 
ber Exchange and Insurance Agent, 1 14 
Genesee ave. 

De Land nillton B, Insurance and 
Notary Public, S Saginaw. 

Denton John, ice, S Saginaw. 

Derby & Co, grocers, Derby Block, N Water. 

Derletti Nicholas, saloon, 409 Genesee ave. 

Deyo A H, gents' furnishing, Genesee ave 
opp Everett House. 

Dillenback F C & Co, sewing machines, 304 
Genesee ave. 

Dillingham & Ransford, lawyers, n e cor 
Cass and Genesee ave. 

Dixon A F, pictures and fancy goods, ill 
Genesee ave. 

Dobson & Hartzell, painters, Cass cor Ger- 
man. 

Dobson & Williams, fish, game, etc, cor 
Genesee ave and Jefferson. 

DoUiver Charles A, wagon mnfr, cor Frank- 
lin and German. 

Donaldson A, dye works, n w cor Franklin 
and Tuscola. 

Donavan Miss H A, hair dressing and fancy 
goods, 123 S Washington ave. 

Doty Horatio N, grocer, 420 Genesee ave. 

Doughty T E, watches and jewelry, 301 Gen- 
esee ave. 

Downs O K, liquors, S Cass nr German. 

Downs W H & Co, boots and shoes, 214 
Genesee ave. 

Dresler R, saloon, 407 Genesee ave. 



Driggs J F, salt and real estate, 6 Buena Visti 
Block. 

I>affS<^n IVm M, saloon, izo N Jeffer- 
son. 

Duncan & Gamble, lumber, 306 Genesee 
ave. 

Dunk Alfred A, druggist, 20I and 203 
Genesee ave. 

Dunlap and Calderwood, grocers, S Saginaw. 

Dunn Samuel, Pump Mnfr, cor Gen- 
esee ave and Lapeer. 

Durand A Paine, Lawyers, 13 Wisner 
Block. 

Dutton Chas S, stave agent, 414 Genesee are. 

East Sasrinaw Broom Factor/, 

Ferdinand Stoerk Propr, w s 5th n of La- 
peer. (See adv.) 

East Sag^inmw Gas. liif ht Co, Ju- 
lius K Rose, Pres, Chas H Burton Sec, c 
s Washington ave n of Genesee. 

East Saginaw Mnfg Co, Charles H Camp 
pres, Lyman J Brookes sec, planing mill n 
e cor Jefferson and Tuscola, 

East Saginaw Street Railway, W J Bartow 
pres and supt, e s Washington ave s of 
Potter. 

Eaton, Potter & Co, saw mill and salt block, 

5 Saginaw. 

Ebel Mrs Mary, milliner, n s Lapeer e of 

Jefferson. 
Eccard Karl, tobacconist, 20^ Genesee ave. 
Eddy Chas K, lumber mnfr, Buena Vista 

Block, Genesee ave. 
Eddy, Avery & Co, lumber and salt mnfrs, 

6 Hoyt, Block. 

Edinger Wm, painter, 912 Genesee ave. 
Edwards & Co, planing and shingle mill* 

Florence. 
Egerer Simon, bakery, 607 Lapeer. 
Egloff John, blacksmith, S Saginaw. 
Eisenbery Wm, tailor, 807 Genesee ave. 
Ellenwood Walter, ship builder, s end Water. 
Emrey & Son, grocer, s e cor Warren and 

Potter. 
Engelhart John, grocer, 720 Hoyt. 
Ericson T, boarding, S Water s of Haydcn. 
Ernst L H, physician, McFarlin's Block. 
Eschenbach Caspar, hotel propr, cor Genesee 

ave and Park. 
Estabrook dt IHaAOn* Commission 

Lumber, i Bliss Block. 
Estes J C, manager Saginaw and Sahdosky 

line of barges, 6 Exchange Block. 
Everett Houie, C L Lull Propr, n w 

cor Genesee ave and Franklin. (See advp*) 
Eymer Andrew, grocer, 1 1 1 Lapeer. 
Farmer Benjamin & Son, saloon, e s Wish- 

ington n of Miller, 
Feige Frederick, furniture mnfr, e s Cass n of 

Genesee ave. 
Feige R, locksmith, 417 Genesee ave. 
Felge Bros, Furniture Mnfrs, 318 and 320 

Genesee ave. (See adv.) 



SPENCER BARCLAY, 

Pork and Beef Packer, Commission Dealer 



AND CURER OF SUGAR CURED HAMS, 

Retail Department, 127 N. Washington Ave., 
\Vholesale, 204 and 206 N. Water Street, 



EAST SAGINAW, 



MICHIGAN. 



IRVIN G H OUSE. 

WM. H. RACE, Proprietor. 

On. F. i P, M. Kailway Passeier Dejot, - EAST SiSDlAf , BCB. 



stages leave this House Daily, for St. Louis, Capo, and other points. Accom- 
modations for 100 guests. The Hotel is new and fitted up in 
the best shape throughout. 




A fine Billiard Hall con- 
nected with the Hotel. 
Finest Brands of Cigars 
and Choicest Liquors at 
the Bar. 



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Ferguson A, manager W. U. Tel. Co. and 

deputy collector of customs, li Wisner 

Block. 
Ferris J, saloon, S Saginaw. 
Fey & Zwerk, insurance, n e cor Cass and 

Genesee ave. 
Final Wm, lumber, 4 Hess Block. 
Fink Boniface, saloon, cor Lapeer and 5th. 
Finney Charles, saloon, n w cor Washington 

ave and Miller. 
First National Bank of East Saginaw, E T 

Judd president, L A Clark cashier, cor 

Genesee ave and Cass. 
Fischer Jacob, saloon, 403 Genesee ave. 
Fish Francis I4 P^ Blacksmith and 

Boat Builder, n s Bristol w of S Washing- 
ton ave. {Sfe adv.) 
Fish & Rogers, dry goods, 316 Genesee ave. 
Fisher Frederick, boot and shoemaker, cor 

Genesee ave and Warren, 
Flanders & Wilber, lawyers, 325 Genesee 

avenue. 

Flint A Pere Marquette R R 
liand Department, Wm L Webber 
Commissioner, Geo K Newcombe Attor- 
ney, general office Washmgton ave w. 

Flint & Pere Marquette Rail- 

lEW^ay, H C Potter Genl Manager, G W 
Led lie Auditor, S Keeler Asst Supt, S 
Edwards G F A, J P Nourse, G T A, F & 
P M Railway Buildings. 

Flues Emil, candy mnfr, s e cor Jefferson and 
Tuscola. 

Foale William, roofer, Millard e of Cass. 

Foreman Christopher, saloon. Triangle Block, 
Genesee ave. 

Forrest Daniel, restaurant, 406 Genesee 
avenue. 

Forrest D, boarding house, German bet 
Franklin and Washington. 

Frank Jacob, saloon, s e cor Wads worth and 
Eleventh. 

Frank John, grocer, cor Genesee and Sher- 
man. 

Frey Albert H, Blank Book Mnfr and 
Bookbinder, Franklin s of Genesee ave. 
{See adv,) 

Frey & Wicklein, toys and fancy goods, 213 
Genesee ave. 

Frizelle Charles, drugs, cor German and 
Washington. 

Oai^e Cbauneey H, Lawyer, 301 Gene- 
see ave. 

Gage D W C, lawyer, 117 S Washington 
avenue. 

Oai^e M I^ dt €0, Real Estate Dealers, 
301 Genesee ave. 

Gallagher John &Co, bankers, cor Washing- 
ton ave and German. 

Gamble Henry, pine lands and logs, cor 
Washington ave and German. 

Gamble John, salt and timber, cor Washing- 
ton and German. 



Garrigues S S, Slate Salt Inspector, Eagle 
Block, Genesee ave. 

Gartner Fred C, boots and shoes, 627 Gene- 
see ave. 

Garvin John L, boarding house, cor S Water 
and McCoskry. 

Gebhart & Estabrook, lumber ninfrs, office 
Bliss Block. 

Geotzinger John, saloon, n e cor 2d and Iju 
peer. 

Oermain Fdnrard, Planing Mill and 

Mnfr Sash, Doors and Blinds, cor Millard 

and Park. (See adv p.) 
Gibson John W, saloon, S Water s of Mc- 
Coskry. 
Gilber John P, physician. Eagle Block, Geo- 

'esee. 
Olllett & Holden, Attorneys at Law, 

204 Genesee ave. 
Girodat Charles, wagon maker, S Saginaw. 
Gittrass Henry, hotel. Florence. 
Glenc Charles, boots and shoes, 519 Lapeer. 
Glover J P, painter, Cass. 
Godard Frederick W, sewing machine agent, 

Franklin s of Genesee ave. 
Goeschel H & E, general store, 210 Genesee 

ave. 
Goodridge Bros, photographers, 221 S Wash- 
ington ave. 
Grant & Saylor, lumber, office Bliss Block. 
Oray A Maisey, Boiler Makers, s e cor 
' N Water and Astor. (See adv.) 
Gress W B, boots and shoes, 129 W^ashiog* 

ton ave w^ 
Grohmann Anthony, propr Salina Hoose, 

cor S Washington and Gallagher. 
Guenther J, clothes cleaner, w s Jefferson n 

of Genesee ave. 
Haas Miss Carrie, saloon, s w cor Third and 

Potter. 
Hall P S, physician, 204 Genesee ave. 
Hall Judson J, saloon, S 'Saginaw. 
Hallenback E, lumber, 303 Genesee. 
Hamilton A E, physician, 209 Tuscola. 
Hamilton Hiram B, restaurant. 404 Potter. 
Hammond Mrs E G (S L Warford), millin- 
ery, 109 S Washington ave. 
Hanson Thomas, barber, loi Washington 

ave. 
Harrison H L & Co, crockery, 107 Genesee 

ave. 
Hart T H & Co, sewing machine repairers, 

Genesee ave. 
Hariman Jay J, photographer, III Genesee 

ave. 
Harvey A Coleman, Livery, n w cor 

Washington ave and Tuscola. {See adv.) 
H ask ins, Martin & Wheeler lumber and salt 

mnfrs. Florence. 
Hawkins W B, boots and shoes, 312 Genesee 

ave. 
Headley € B, Manager Courier Printing 

Co, Franklin. 



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Oldest Paper in the Saginaw Valley. 

EST-A.BXiISHED 1858. 

The Daily and Weekly Republican, 

F. A. PALMER & CO., Proprietors. 
THE RECOGNISED LOCAL PAPER OF THE VALLEY, 

FULLY AUVE TO ALL ITS INTERESTS. 



The Cheapest and Best Advertising Medium 



IN NORTHERN MICHIGAN. 



The Republican Job Rooms 

Are supplied with all the requisites for doing first class work. Address 

R A. PALMER & CO., 

EAST SAGINAW, MICH. 

Savings Bank of East Saginaw. 

Under Merchants National Bank, N. Washington Ave. 

CAPITAL, SlOO.OOO 

H. C. POTTER, President ; C. L. ORTMANN, Vice-President ; 

J. F. BROWN, Treasurer. 

m 

Open Daily from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M., and on Wednesday and Saturday evenings from 6% to S% P. M. 

Interest Paid on Deposits. Deposits as low as one Dollar taken. Be economical, and save your 
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YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY WHEN YOU WANT IT. 



I. LINTON. L. D. FROST. 

Union Planing- Mill Co., 

LINTON & FROST, Proprietors, 

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 

Dressed and Undressed lumber, lath and Shingles, 

Flooring, Siding, Ceiling and Moulding constantly on hand. 

Piqning Mill and Yard^ East Saginaw, (formerly Smth Saginaw,) 



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Heckler Andrew, barber, w s Cass n of Gen- 
esee ave. 
Heely & Hall, lawyers, Turner Block. 
Heinemann C & Co, furniture dealers, cor 

Genesee ave and Jefferson. 
Helnleln Henry, Merchant Tailor, 305 

Lapeer. ( See adv. ) 
Heller Peter, barber, n w cor Genesee ave 

and Franklin. 
Helllnffi Sl Corbett, Mnfg Jewelers, 

and Jobbers and Platers, Room 3 Hess 

Block, Washington ave. (See adv.) 
Hendrickson Bros, shingle and hoop mnfrs, 

South Saginaw. 
HennlniT J A Son, Grocers, e s Fifth n 

of Johnson. 
Herb Frank J, watches and jewelry, 309 

Genesee ave. 
Herley Michael 1<, Drugs, s s Potter e 

of Jefferson. 
Hesse B, physician, n w cor Genesee ave 

and Jefferson. 
Heubisch Martin, saloon, 625 Genesee ave. 
Heun Bemliard, Millinery and No- 
tions, 418 Genesee ave. 
Hicks Osbert, marble works, cor Lapeer and 

5th. 
Hobert J, meat market, 157 N Cass. 
Hobson J, stone yard, N Water foot of Fitz- 

hugh. 
Hoerner Anton, barber, 419 Genesee ave. 
HoflT John Cr, Blacksmith, w s Franklin 

n of Tuscola. * 

Hoffman A, millinery and fancy goods, S 

Washington ave. 
Hollwede Frederick, boot and shoemaker, 

cor Genesee ave and Park. 
Holtzheimer (Christ, cigars and liquors, s s 

Potter w of Jefferson. 
Hoppe Adam, propr Hoppe's Hotel, cor Gen- 
esee ave and Park. 
Hoppe'i Hotel, Adam Hoppe, Propr. 

cor Genesee ave and Park. 
Horigan Patrick, saloon, s s Potter e of 

Warren. 
Hoftmer O IV, Mnfr Gloves and Mittens, 

Derbv Block. 
Hosmer, Phinney & Co, shingle mnfrs, Flor- 
ence. 
Hough & Silces, Insurance, 302 Genesee ave. 
Houffhton yV S. Carriage Mnfr, cor 

German and Franklin. (See adv.) 
Hovey L B, harness mnfr, 206 Washington 

ave. 
HoiEw^e Machine €0, Alvin Fox, 

agent, 109 Genesee ave. 
Howry J F, boots and shoes, 320 Genesee 

ave, 
Howry J W, dry goods, Genesee ave opp 

Everett House. 
Hoyt Fred E, grocer, 325 Genesee ave. 
Hoyt Herbert H, mayor aqd attorney at law. 

Market ^uildip^^ 



Hoyt Jle§§e. Planing Mill and Lumber 
Yard, J J Quackenbush, manager, office, 
18 Hoyt Block, (^^f^ adv.\ 

Hubbard T T, physician and postmaster, 
cor S Washington and Gallagher, S S. 

Hurbert Frederick, pork packer, e s Jcficr- 
son n of Lapeer. 

Huckins Seth G, lawyer, 308 Genesee ave. 

Hull Oscar, hotel, s w cor Jefferson and 
Tuscola. 

Hull HVm J, Saloon, Washington ave. 

Humphrey Daniel F, auction and commis- 
sion, 105 Lapeer, 

Hunter Robert, saloon, e s Franklin n of 
Genesee ave. 

Hunter Bros, lumber, Derby block. 

Huron Log Booming Co. Sewell Avery, pres, 
Edwin Eddy, treas^ 6 Hoyt Block. 

Hurteau Zoel, saloon, 123 S Water. 

Irvine J & Co, grocers, e s 3d end of. Potter. 

Ining House, Wm H Race, propr, $s 
Potter, opp F & P M passenger depot. 
(See adv.) 

Irwin & Co, salt mnfrs, S Saginaw 

Jackson Robert, meat market, w s S Wash- 
ington ave n of Mackinaw. 

James Thomas M, Lawyer and Register 
in Bankruptcy, 5 Wisner Block. (See adv.] 

Jeffers John, hotel, cor S Water and Bristol. 

Johnson, Ooodell A €0, Mnfrs 
Hemlock Extract. 316 Genesee ave. 

Jones C B, lumber, S Water. 

Jones Edwin, saloon, s s Potter, e of Jeffer- 
son. 

Jones Monroe, wagon maker, e s Franklin n 
of Fitzhugh. 

Jones Wolcott, saloon, s s Potter t of War- 
ren. 

Jordan dt Cooney rM P Jordan, F H 
Cooney), Wholesale and Retail Grocers,! 16 
Genesee. 

Judge Francis, P opr Judge's Hotel, 
cor S Water and Williams, (^e adv) 

Judge's Hotel, F Judge. Propr, cor S 
Water and Williams. (See adv.) 

Kancler John, saloon, cor Lapeer and 3d. 

Kennedy James, meat market, S Saginaw. 

Kennedy Thomas, hotel, cor S Washington 
ave and Thompson. 

Kerwin Michael, saloon, s s Potter e of 3<i. 

King George W% grocer, e s 4th n of Seats. 

Kitchen Samuel, physician, 302 Genesee ave. 

Knapp Edgar R, physician, S Saginaw. 

Knapp Gottleib, saloon, n 5 Lapeer w of 
Second. 

Koch Christian, blacksmith, e s 2d n of La- 
peer. 

Koch M & H & Co, clothing, 117 Gcncsea 
ave. 

Koehler Fran>, salopn, S Watfr s of A'* 
water. 

Koehler Frederieh A* Founder vA 
Machinist, s s T^scQla e of N NYawr. 



EAS AND BUSINESS DIHSCTOltY EAS 525 

HELLINGS & CORBETT, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



FINE JEWELRY. 



ALL KINDS OF 



JOBBING DONE PROMPTLY. 

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l(Hkir|elir\^ kr\d J<tru$dkr\ dolorin^ doi\e to Oi'dei'. 

GOLD AND SILVER PLATERS. 



SHOP OVER BROWN'S JEWELRY STORE, 

EAST SAGINAW, - MICHIGAN. 

Capt. C. W. GRAY. C A. MAS6EY. 

GRAY & MASSEY, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Steam Boilers! 

SHEET IROK WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Repairing Promptly Attended to. 

S. E. Cor. N. Water and Astor Streets, 

I>, O, Box, 380, 
BA^T SAGINAW, • • MICHIOAN. 



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MICHIGAN STATE GAZETTEER 



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Koehler F A, machine shop, 113 Tuscola. 

Kratzsch Richard, physician, i Hoyt Block, 
N Washington ave. 

Krause Herman, barber, 321 Genesee ave. 

Krause Paul, grocer, cor Lapeer and 4th. 

Krebs Otto, cigar mnfr, 117 Lapeer. 

Krekow & Bronner, grocers, cor Jefferson 
and Lapeer. 

Krekaw Wm, baker, 109 Lapeer. 

Lathrop Inscho & Co, saw mill, S Saginaw. 

Launer Geoij^e, general store, n e cor John- 
son and 6th. 

Lee Charles, saw mill, cor Hoyt and Water. 

LeC £«etl>nder. Dealer in Raw Furs, e s 
N Water n of Genesee ave. 

LeGros & Co, mnfrs Galvanized Iron Corni- 
ces, Siraoneau's Block, Franklin. 

Efemoil Cltarlcs, Saloon, e s Franklin 
n of Genesee. 

Lenheim N L S, boots and shoes, 211 
Genesee ave. 

Lewis E G Son & Co, flour and feed, Tri- 
angle Block, Genesee ave. 

Liddell Mark J, physician, s s Potter w of 
Jefferson. 

lilnton A. FrODt, Proprs Union Planing 
Mill, w s Mackinaw crossing of St Clair 
River R R, S S. {See adv.) 

Little Jake, clothing, 303 Genesee ave. 

Livermore Alfred S, meat market, 908 Gen- 
esee ave. 

Livingston James R, dry goods, s e cor 
Genesee and Water. 

Lockley George, Insurance and postmaster, 
Merchants National Bank Building. 

Lorke A, harness maker, 409 Genesee ave. 

Louden Frederick, grocer, cor Genesee and 
Warren. 

Loveland Wm J, lawyer, 4 Hess Block. 

Loveland W J, lawyer, 10 Hess Block. 

Loveridge, carriage