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INTRODUCTION.
The publishers
and complete.
in offering this, their first attempt at Directory work, do so with, a?
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consciousness that no pains and no expense have bean spared to
fect

make

the

work perafraid of

For canvassers they selected the very best

man

they could find.

In consequence
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of the ier'usal of

some parties

to give their names,

who were

jury duty," the canvassers were unable to obtain several names, and in some case*

in consequence of the absence of occupants of houses the

names had

to be obtained

from neighbors

;

hence, some
th<?

names

are probably

wrong

in spelling or initials.
Esq., a

The

historical part of

work has been prepared by Myron Finch,

gentleman who

was among the

earlier settlers of the place,

who has been

a constant resident here,

and M'hose pen needs no commendations from them. That the book is perfect they do not
claim, but they do claim a degree of perfection that will

make

it

of great value to the

people of the town.

work will be well received by the public and that they will receive the necessary encouragement to repeat the work year after year, and thereby give the public a reliable means of finding out each other's abiding place, a necessity that has long been recognized in all large cities and villages in the v orld

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Morrisania and Trernont Directory in the hands of the pubiie.

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PROPERTY OF THE
CITY OF

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NEW YORK
M.ORRISANIA.

WlSTORY OF

In the early part of the year 1848, several mechanics and laboring
in the City of

men
some

New York began

to discuss the feasibility of seeking

place near the city where they could erect dwellings, no matter how humble, and with their families, settle down in them with the satisfaction

of knowing that they were not at the mercy of landlords. Nor was this " homes" in the country. They the only reason that led them to seek

were weary of the noise and bustle of the city, and most heartly tired of being cooped up in small tenements which they could not call their own, and which afforded but indifferent accommodations for themselves and The more the subject was discussed, the more feasible their households. did the project appear and discussion led to action. A public meeting
Avas called of those interested in the object, at Military Hall, No. 193

Bow-

was fully talked over. The first meeting was succeeded by another one, and that by another, until at length, it was resolved that the object was attainable, and a committee was appointed to " prospect" in the vicinity of the city and to report the result at a subsequent meeting, whenever, in their judgment, they had found the right spot,
ery, and here the matter

on which to locate a

village.

In prosecuting their labors, the attention of the committee was directed The land was to what subsequently became the village of Morrisania.

deemed suitable for building purposes and the location was within one hour's ride of the City Hall, by the Harlem Railroad, which at that time was running trains no farther than Croton Falls. The property was owned
by Gouverneur Morris and was used for farming purposes. Could the property be bought at a reasonable figure and would tbe railroad com-

pany

establish a depot and afford traveling facilities for the people, if the land was purchased and built upon by its future owners ? Both of these questions, so intimately connected with the success of an enterprise of this character, was soon settled satisfactorily to the committee, and another

meeting was held at Military Hall to hear the report of the committee. At this meeting, the report of the committee was favorably received and aftersteps were taken to effect the purchase of the land, which was soon

wards done. The plot which was purchased from Mr. Moms and which subsequently became Morrisania proper, was bounded on the north by a stone wall, a

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HISTORY OF MORRISANIA.
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short distance above Eighth Street on the east by the old Boston Post Road, and on the south and west by Mill Brook. It embraced 200 acres,

and the consideration money paid lor it was $34,622, or about §173 per The raising of the money for the purchase of this land and the divacre. ision of it into building lots, were the result of harmonious associated effort. A committee, consisting of Messrs. Jordan L. Mott, Nicholas McGraw and
Charles W. Houghton, Esqrs., was appointed by the association to take charge of the funds, as they were paid in from time to time and hold them in trust for the association with which to purchase the land, Mr. Mott bethe expense of the association,

The avenues and streets were laid out and worked at which also paid the expense of surveying the lots. After deducting the area covered bv the avenues and streets and three public lots hereinafter referred to, there were left 167 acres of the
ing the treasurer.
Original 200 acres

purchased from

Mr. Morris.

These were divided into

appraised pro rota valr. 3 of each lot was then made, after which as many cards as there were bus, were numbered These cards were placed promiscuously in a respectively from 1 to 167.
167 lots of one acre each.

An

box and drawn out by the members of the
ricted
in

his right

to

association, eacn member being choose a lot to the order of the numbers re-

presented on the cards. The member who drew card No. 1, had the first No. 10, the tenth choice, arid so on. The drawer of No. 167, had Hobson's choice; that or nothing, as that number represented the only ling lot to be taken.
After the ownership of each lot had been thus determined, Mr. Morns,

who hud meanwhile been paid the purchase money, executed a deed to each lot owner separately. The deeds all bore date September 8, 1848,
and contained
lot
a

proviso, that each lotowner should erect a dwelling on his
j

within three

ears, at a value of not less

than #300. Each lot owner was

ansit for horses and vehicles over the old Ilatlem bridge, granted a which at that time and for several years afterwards, was a toil bridge. This subsequently replaced by the beautiful iron structure
I

which now greets the eye, and which is free to all travelers. There were three reserved lots within the area purchased from Mrthe one on which Morris, to wit The lot on which the depot is situated
:

;

School House No. 3

is

built

and the

lot directly in the

rear of the latter,

fronting on Fulton avenue, and which was intended for a public square. The growth of the village for the first few years alter it was laid out, was rapid. The railroad facilities, to which the village was almost wholly

indebted for

its

prosperity, were

all

that could have been desired.

The

city offices of the

Harlem Railroad Company were then in th^ building now undergoing demolition on Tryon Row. From this point, fifteen trains were run daily, early and late, to and from the village, at a commutation
of only §37.50 a year
;

including one train each

way

for the especial ac-

HISTORY OF MORRISANIA.

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*eominodation of working men, at a commutation of only $30 a year. B*t these facilities have been gradually reduced to less than one half the number of trains, while the commutation rates have been increased consider-

ably more than one hundred per cent. The effect of this policy on the part of the Harlem Railroad Company, has been just what might have been
•expected.

We have few, comparatively very few laboring men amongst us whose occupations require them to be in the city at an early hour in the morning. The New Jersey Railroad Companies, by adopting the liberal policy towards the working classes which has been abandoned by

the Harlem Railroad Company, are diverting population from Westchester Count} and rapidly studding their lines with numerous suburban villages, of which Morrisania was the model. At the time of which we write 1818 there were only two dwellings

—

—

within the whole area embfliced

in tbe> boundaries

herein described.

One

was the old stone house,

still

avenue, near Mr. Mohrii standing on First Street and owned
tract

standing on the rear of a lot on Fordham The other a frame building now :igar store.
Er.

Georgi.

All the rest of the

was devi og purposes, except the upper, or billy portions which were covered with a heavy growth of cedars, and on which are now Nor did our snsive and beautiful residences. located some- of our me until nearly two years after it was laid village assume its " New Village," and was so designated on the It was known out. What is now time tables and tickets of the Harlem Railroad C y. Mett, ll.iven, was known as Morrisania, and for more than a century, had
i .

;..s

keen so-called
this

in

honor of the several branches of the Morris family.
:

In

connection the following historical faci y prove interesting " The county of Westchester was organized with its present boundaries,
1,

November
until 1759.

1683.

The county courts were held

at

Westchester village

court house was built at White Plains in 1760, at a cost of £4,000, and another at Bedford in 1780 at a cost of £2,000.- Bedford was a hair shire town of the county tor several years before the erection of the
court house at that
pla.ee.

A

but the courts were held
at

in the

Presbyterian

White Plains was completed in 1859. and cost with the jail $120,000. In 1712, Morrisania and Fordham were manors, and the population of Morrisania was 62. Morrisania, West Farms, Fordham (which is in the town of West Farms,) and Westchester,
church.

The present court house

were

all

in 1840,

was

one township, the town of Westchester. 4,154, and in 1850 only 6,928."

Their united population

lage, held at

At a united meeting of the inhabitants of Mott Haven and the New VilMott Haven in the Spring of 1850, the two villages were the names which they now respectively bear. given The clause in the deeds requiring the erecticn of a dwelling on each lot, within three years from the date of the purchase, was nearly complied

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HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA.
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with but not in all oases, by the original owners for, so little confidence had some of the members in the practicability of the project, that a lot To containing an acre and valued at only $50 was without a purchaser
!

heal the difficulty and thus secure the success of the measure, several of the members of stronger faith duplicated their purchases.

During this period of our history, we often experienced the emotions of " mind's eye" we hope and fear in their widest extremes. When in our saw the future of our village rise up before us in its attractive proportions, t{ a thing of beauty," we were highly elated and the large bull-frogs in the marshes on the west side of the railroad track would seem to say to us in " their loud croaking voices, "A big thing!" 'A rig tuing!" A big thing !" But when some unforeseen calamity befell us. such as a new and an onerous exaction of the Harlem Railroad Company, and some of our number would threaten to abandon the enterprise and return to the city, our spirits would flag, and the frogs of lesser size and weaker lungs would seem to taunt us in our dejection by squeaking out. u I don't see it !*
11

1 don't see

it !

" "

1 don't see

it

/"

In The autumn of 1848, the late Andrew Cauldwell, Esq., father of Senator Cauldwell, erected the first dwelling on the east side of Washington avenue,

about midway between Seventh and Eighth

Cut in the spring of streets. 1850. the village had become an established fact. The land was all paid for and the several lots were in the possession of parties disposed to improve them. We here introduce the report of the treasurer of the assoshowing the condition of the enterprise
at that date:

ciation, as

PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION, the property owners of the village of Morrisania,
Westchester County, X. Y., present the following synopsis of the Eeport of their Treasurer, Jordan L. Hott, Esq., to whom the unexampled prosperity of their enterpriz", it is n •) more than just to say, is mainly to be attributed
:

Moeeisania Village Association in Account with Jordan L. IMott,
Presented

May

1,

1850.

Receipts.

From

subscribers, including the assessment of

two

p*»r

cent for grading
$39,708 GO

streets

and avenues,
for deeds, recording deeds

From

subscribers

and acknowledgements

of

deeds,

468 37

From subscribers for sectional From Parker & Lodge,
1
1

BUtveying,
I

117 GO
7

contractors, for lumber,

50

Total,
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$40,301 47
i» ndilures.

ToGouverneur Morris, for the land in full, " .Toms Newman, for maps of the property, " Parker A Lodge, for grading streets and avenues, " Rutherford & !o. for deeds
>v(

$34,022 00 34 00
4,038 83

220 00
for recording deeds,

"

It, 1.

Lockwood, Clerk of County of Westchester,

223 00
$39,139 73

Amount

carried forward,

HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA.
Amount brought forward, A. Findlay, for surveying- the property " Ditto, for superintending- grading streets,
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ix
$39,139 83 470 23

200 00
117 00

" Ditto, for sectional surveying " Ditto, for acknowledging deeds, " Sundry law expenses incurred and examining " G. F. for

26 37
title,

release deed, &c.,.

.

123 00
15 50

Bunce,

sundry printing,

" L. S. Mott, for duties as Clerk, &c,

25 00
4 87
lots, &c,

"

Sundry advertising, Sundry purchases O* lumber and materials for staking out " T. C. Kelly, toward cutting down Seventh street,
**

76 26

104 38

Total

$40,301 47

Audited April

16, 1850.

D. R. HARRISON",

JAS.

BENJ.

HERALD,
J.

)

}

Auditors.

TIMMS,

)

During the ensuing summer, the enterprise prospered rapidly. Many buildings were erected and the \\q\v village witnessed a large accession to its population. On the eighth day of September of that year, the citizens celebrated the second anniversary of its settlement by appropriate public

The number of persons present at the festivities, was variously exercises. estimated at 3,003 to 5,000, and were from both city and country, far and. A procession was formed in front of the hotel, then kept by Henry near.
Dnrell. Esq., and under the direction of Myron Finch, Esq., as chairman of the Committee of Arrangements, led by a band of music, marched through Fourth street, to Boston road thence to Eighth street thence to Wash; ;

ington avenue, and thence down the avenue to a point on the westerly side of the avenue, about midway between Fifth and Sixth streets, \x here a
large platform had been erected for the accommodation of the speakers. On passing down Washington avenue, the procession halted in front, of the

residence of

made

the welken ring.

then a

Andrew Cauldwell, Esq., and gave three rousing cheers, which The platform was erected in the midst of what was What took place after the dense, but very beautiful cedar grove.
13, 1850,
is thus briefly told by the Westchester which paper was then published in the vil-

procession reached the platform,
Gazette, of

September lage of West Farms
:

CELEBRATION AT MORRISANIA.
ORDER OF EXERCISES.
Music.
Prayer, by the Rev. Mr. Gerard, of Morrisania. Music.

Report on the Rise and Progress of the Village, by Benj,
of Morrisania.

J.

Timms, Esq.,

Music.

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HISTORY OF MORRISANIA.
Address by Erastur Brooks, Esq., of the N. Y. Music.
Ex,p<-v**.

Address by James Stillman, Esq., of Morrisania. Music.

Address by C. A. Dana, Esq., of the N. Y. Tribune.
Music.

Address by Rev. Dr. Armitagg, of the Norfolk New York.
Music.

street Baptist

Church of

Benediction by Rev. Mr. Siiimball, of the Presbyterian Church,
Morrisania.

Music.

The

exersises were

Finch, Esq., the

commenced by a few appropriate remarks by Myron mg ks Mr. President of the day. la the course
i

Finch stated that two years ago that day, the deeds
given.

fov

the property

were

tie almarks, Mr. Timms introduced the report by a few pei ibmitluded to the short time he had to prepare the Report, as the Led to the Qommittee last evening contained more rhetorical flourishes

ical truths,
to

and
then

after the
'

adjournment of
to Political

the

humbug — a contest between the talists pi New York and Lowell.
we are but
in the

prepare

this.

He

al

Free

S>il.

Committee, he had It' was a mere
'.
I

slave holders of Louis

ipi'.

He

preferred

to

Now

beginning of the project.

We

c

mies and

should

cultivate them.
I

—
I I

fare

/as The laboring man ought not to bs obliged he needs more time for Ins own use. It is ary for our welHere we have rai »d that the rising generation be attended to.
for educational purposes.

En

New
steal

V

i

k ou

'

children learn a city

o luc

—to chew tobacco,
at Sins Sing.
is

lie

an

1

and

finish their

education at the

Academy

The amount

that
a

we
put

h ive raised for the purposes

education here
time admonish
!h
>s

m

?to be brief,

unprecedented in and I
1

village only

two

I.

But
not
are

will

a

I

am

timid or bashful, but

-

so

my brie;' in my pocket, many beautiful ladies that

fond of dancing, and the gentlemen are fond of dinner. F torn the Report we glean the following statistics:

— In

October, 1841*

there were 441 inhabitants.; n<>w there are 961, making an increase of 520 in less than :i year; then there were 68 houses, worth $61,000; now 149,

worth $165,000. The church property is now worth $11,000, the school §'--•"> have b sen sp >nt in street improvement; 1(57 acres property, $6 000. of land hive increased in value $108,866, making a total increase in the
value of the property
in

Thus much

for the report

the village of $225,071 in a year from the Gazette, After the exercises in the

grove were concluded, a large number of the

company repaired

to the

HISTORY OF MORRISANIA.

XI

hotel, where Mr. Durell had prepared a sumptuous dinner for two hundred guests, the tables being spread out floor in the rear of the house. Ample justice was done to the good things provided by Mr. Durell, after

which the company separated in groups, and walked about the village, expressing their admiration of the great success of the new enterprise. A large number remained at the platform, underneath which, ample arrange-

ments had been made for " tripping the
in the

light fantastic toe.''

By

9 o'clock

evening, the large

returned to their

number of visitors present during the day had homes and our new village had resumed its wonted quiet.

On the 8tli of September, 1851; the celebration of (he third anniversary of the settlement of the village took place on the Public Square. The festivities were similar in ail respects to those herein Oefb re describe:!. Hon.
was the
William Cauldwell was the President of the day and Colonel Henry C.Todd Marsh.il. The exercises were opened with prayer by Rev! Mr.

Cookson, of the Baptist Church, after which an interesting sketch of the rise and progress of the village up to that date was read by Benjamin J.
Tinims, Esq.

From

this sketch,
in

it

appeared that the original 167
to 210,

lots of

one acre each had increased

number

some

of the lots having

been divided, and that all had been built upon,, save two. The value of the buildings on these lots was far in excess of what was required by the
I

ms
ii.

of the deeds,

many of them having cost several thousand dollars The report of Mr. Timms c< ntained a large number of interesting

relating to the prosperity of the enterprise, .which were received with the highest manifi is of satisfaction by the very large assemblage present. The principal address wis delivered by George II. Purser,
facts

Esq., of
i

New

York, and ibounded
(hr-

>nal flashes of wit

of

humor.

At

fo most excellent sentiments, with ocand merriment, which kept his audience in the best close of t lie exercises, the audience was waiting tor the

benediction, and as Mr. Cookson had left the platform, the President said he would dismiss them, which lie proceeded to do in the following words " This happy reFriends, may God bless you ail, especially the ladies."
:

The proceedings were published in full at the tin e in the Westchester Gazette, and the New York Herald and the Evening Post; but we have no copy of either of these papers at hand, and what we have written above is from memory. Mr. Timms also read the names of the
the house.''

mark down

oi the

Senator was well received by the audience and

iC

brought

projectors of the enterprise and of those who, up to that date, had erected He has kindly furnished us with an alphabetical dwellings on their lots. list of these which is herewith appended. The following are the

names,

names

:

Althouse, Joseph Ayres, Daniel

Anderson, N. P. Austin, David
Allendorph,

Anderson, Alexander

Andrew

Henry A. Thomas Anderson, Moses
Allen,

Arnold,

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HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA.
Folmer, Alexander A.
Lant, Joseph M.

Andrews, John Baclitler, Augustus Barker, James W,
Banning, A., Bausher, Henry Biele, Fred'k F.

F ranch, Theodore
Fill,

Lassen, L. J.

James B.

Lyon, Edward

W.

Finch,

Myron

Myer, John

Georgi, Christian D. E.

Mieurmann, Adolphus
Mills,

Bloomer, A.

John S. Griffith, John W.
Gilder,

John]

Middleton, Alexander

Beschormann, A.
Brotherton, Elisha

Grinton, George Greener, Thos.
Grinton, David

Mohring, John W.
Miller,

Edwin M.

Baker,

S. F.

Mullany, P.

Blumi.nstiel, Isaac

Babcock, Henry
Bovey, A. E. Burstrand. E.
Black, John
S,

Golder, John J. Gilmore, Francis
Hettinger, John Hoff'minster, Chas. A.

Heckel, John

Murden, Joseph May, Andrew Middleton, John My kins, John Maxwell, John G.
Morton, Thos.
Mott, Jordan L.

Bruding, Ernest F.
Cooper, James
Cantrell,

Hellmuth, C. B.
Hurley, Cornelius

John

Hurdman, Ann
Halsey, Moses E.

Murry, John

Candy, George Copland, Rotert

My rick,

John W.

Andrew James Chave, Barnard M. Cook, John
Cauldwell,
Charters,

Hardwick, James B. Hauptraan, Arthur B.
Hart, Felix

Murphy, John Mnesmann, Henry

Moody, Winfield
V,'.

S.

Hyde, Thos.

Chambers, Miles
Chesnut, Benjamin
Collins,

Herald, James Harrison, Chas.
Hill,

Mutt, De Witt C. Mott. Lawrence S.

David A.

McFadden, John McGraw, Nicholas
McDuff, J am ps

William

11.

Harrison, David

Cox, William A. Delevan William
Deltz, Chas.

Hyde, Thos. Hyde, John
Hy^ie, Joseph

Dodworth, Thos. Daniels. William
Devling, Francis Dupujr, Guitian B.
Dale. Elizabeth
Ditcbett,

Hellmuth.
Hull,
Ives,

II.

W.
S.

McCoy, Robert McFaddn, Alex. McDonald, Chas. H. Naumanne, Adolphus
Pardoe, Thos.
Parshall,

James
Joseph

S.

James

L.

Ingersoll,

Loring

Pridbam, Win,
Provost.

Ives, Ira A.

Reuben M.
John John

George W.
-J.

Jaynes, Thus.

Pollock, Julius

Dodd, JobD Dodd, E.

Knight, Ebenozer
Kelley, Timothy C.

Ridley, Russell.

F.

Drunnnond,

Sarnli

Dennison, Peter

Kanipman, Chas.Knight, John
Kay, William
Logan, John Lord, William

Reed, William
Riley

H
C.

Edward

Denuant, Samuel
Denniston, Hance P.
Ellis,

Rehfield, William F.

Rushby, John
Reborn, Fred'k

Eliza

Ann

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Smith,

Mary Ann

Scardiiield,

George

Strange, P. J.

Sanger, Theodore

Timms, Benj, J. Van Pelt, Trena M.

Spinning,

Edward

Schwoppe, Gustavns
Spearing, Thos. P.
(

Smith, John

Van Doren, Mathew Von Cort, C. C.
Winsor, John R.
Witfleld,

D.

Shook. Nelson
.

Stodder, Wentworth K. Wicks, Thos.

Stillman,

James

Schwab, Michael
Joseph Schenck, John A. Sheppard, William
Soria,

Smith, Willowby Scherpe, Lebericht F.
Sennor, John G.

George B.

Walter, Nicholas

Sanhop, Henry Tomkins, Samuel E.
Tremper, George R.
Therune, Nicholas -A. Turner, William
Taylor, Henry W. Timpson, Thos. W.
killed

Weeks, Sarah
Wilson, A. D.
Williams,

Suydam, Anna
Solms, Henry
Stowell, Joseph

Henry

Whiting. Davis J.

Wiley, Joseph

Squire, Anderson

Young, John

C.

Sommer, William Mr. McGraw was

daring the winter of 1864 by a railroad

collis-

ion in the State of Ohio, he being a passenger on one of the trains which collided. Mr.'Mott died at his residence on Fifth avenue, in New York,

month of May, 1866. His death was caused by a sudden attack of hemorrhage from a bursted blood vessel. Both began the world in comparative poverty, and both had amassed handsome fortunes by their own unaided exertions. To their disinterested efforts in various ways, is the town of Morrisania greatly indebted for its present prosperous condition. Each was emphatically the " poor man's friend," and ever ready to respond to the call of charity. Our town could ill afford to lose two such men but they have left behind them fragrant memories which we love to " a sweet smelling savor." cherish, and which rise up before us like " None knew them but to love them none named them hut to praise." The anniversary of the settlement of the village was celebrated each year up to and including 1857, at which time the last public demonstration in honor of that event, took place. The exercises were held on Pubin the
;

;

lic Square, and ended in the evening by a display of fire works, at the junction of Franklin and Fordham avenues, and by a ball at Morrisania Hall. Like all of the preceding celebrations, it was " well done" and was

every way worthy of the occasion ahd of the event which
ated.
It

it

commemorHar-

was several years

after the settlement of the village, before the

lem Railroad Company erected a depot on the lot which had been given " one good turn dethem for that purpose. The company thought that served another," and that the villagers, having presented them with a site should also proceed to the erection of a depot building on it for a

But

depot, the villagers " couldn't see

!

it."

their full

share towards securing so

They thought that they had done necessary and so desirable an im-

xi T

HISTORY OF MORRLSANIA.

ject

pro vein ent, by giving the lot to the company for that purpose. The subwas the occasion of several public meetings, and of a very spicy correspondence between a committee of the villagers and the acting Presi-

dent of the Company.

One of

the letters from this functionary, in which

he maintained the position above stated, was framed and hung up in a public place not only as a literary curiosity, but also as an indication of
;

&he very just and liberal policy which governed railroad corporations, genAn intimation erally and the Harlem Railroad Company in particular.

from the
the
lot,

villagers, that legal steps

would be taken

to regain possession of

brought the company to terms and the present depot was erected soon afterwards. George R. Tremper, Esq., then one of our fellow townsmen, was the first Station Agent appointed to take charge of the " new
Morrisania depot."
while he
It is

due

to

Gouverneur Morris, Esq.,

to

say

that,

connected with the Harlem Railroad Company, that gentleman used his best endeavors to secuie equal and exact justice.

was

officially

as

between the company and the villagers? The cause of religion and of education received early attention from the new villagers. There are now six churches within the boundaries of the
There was no school of any kind,
in

original tract purchased from Mr. Morris.

what

is

now the town

of Morrisania

except a district school taught in the old brick school-house in Mott Haven. In 1851, a frame school-house, which cost §5.000, was erected on The house was built and the village school lot where No. 3 now stands.
the school was taught under the provisions of the Common School law of the State. It filled up rapidly and soon outstripped the financial ability
of the villagers to conduct

under ihe then existing system. A Board of of Education of School District No. 1 of the town of West Farms,!' was incorporated by the Legislature of the The first members of the Board were State, in the Spring of 1852.
it

Education, styled

"The Board

Edward W. Lyon. James L. Parshall, Lewis K. Osborn, Matthew Doren, Gouyerneur Morris, Harry M. Morris and Myron Finch.
last

1).

Van
va-

These
till

two named gentlemen wore appointed by Governor Hunt,

to

cancies occasioned by two of the corporate members declining to serve. The organic law of the Board made no provision for filling vacancies, ex-

cept by

>i

vote of the people

at

the pnnuad school election.

Hence these
at
in

two appointments. The law, which was hastily drawn up, and passed the 'tail end" <>t the legislative session of that year, was defective

many important
••

features: and
>>f

in

dune. 1858, the present law, as
It

it

now

The embraced nearly all of Tremont. and the present station hoose in that village, was then one of the school A. few amendments have been houses under the jurisdiction of the Board made to the law, one of which changed the corporate title, so as to make Under the proit conform to the boundaries of the town of Morrisania.
stands in the Manual
the Board, was

passed at a special session.

District" contained a large territory.

HISTORY OF MORRISANIA.
visions of this law, the schools of our

XT

standard, which

town have reached their present high he earnestly hoped they will long maintain. Until near the close of the year 1849, the villagers were destitute of
it is

to

post office facilities.
tory

West Farms was the post office address for a terriwhich how contains more than 30,000 inhabitants. There was then

no post office at Fordham, Williams' Bridge, nor Tremont. The first Post Master of Morrisania was John W. Myrick, of the firm of Hyde &. Myrick,
grocers, on the north east corner of Railroad avenue and Fifth street, where the office was kept for several years after it was first established.
localities

Stimulated by the example of the Morrisanians, the people of the other named, sopn afterwards established post offices in their respect-

ive villages.

Encouraged by the success of the Morrisania enterprise, several persons purchased plots of land adjoining and in the immediate vicinity of the new village, and caused them to be surveyed and laid out in streets and build
ing lots, and sold the lots at an advance of

many hundred

per cent above

the original cost of lots of the same size in "our" village. We have now within the limits of our town, no less than eighteen such " enterprises," which have distinct names and which are designated on our Assessment

Rolls as distinct localities.
lished in the Westchester

Mr.

Timms prepared
2,

Times of April

1869, showing the

a table which was pubnumber of

dwellings
ively

in

named.

these several villages, including our own, in thf years respectAs this table forms an interesting part of our history, as a
it:

town,

we herewith re-produce

TABLE.

Showing the Number of Dwelling-Houses built in ihe several Villages of Morrisania, between the years 1848 and 1868 inclusive
:

m

(he

town

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HISTOEY OF MOEBISANIA.
—

Note. In the foregoing enumeration all buildings in course of erection at each period were excluded excepting the village of Morrisania, for the years 1849, '50, '56, and '57, when the writer was instructed to count all buildings for all purposes finished
or unfinished.

All of the above named villages are within the corporate town of Morrisania. Mr. Timms adds
:

limits

of the

" This Table shows that between 1849 and 1868, two thousand three hundred dwelling houses were erected, allowing fifty-six houses to have been erected previous to that time, which is more than they were at that period. If we add to the above, all the houses that have since been
finished,

and

all

store houses, factories,

the dwellings in course of erection, also churches, schools work shops, offices, &c, we have a grand total of

three thousand buildings, and these structures ranging in value from five hundred, to thirty thousand dollars each." This of itself would be a fair exhibit for a town no older than ours.

But we have made some progress
table were collected.

since

the

interesting

statistic-!

in

this

herewith give the following figures on the several subjects named, from the official enumeration as made by Milton C. Lowden, Esq., Assistant U. S. Marshal, dating on the first day of June,
1870:
No. of Dwellings No. of Families
Assessed value of real estate Assessed value of personal estate
3,393
3,960

We

$3,712,089 00 85,000 00

Town Tax, 1870 " County, "
State,

,

$167,587 93 30,065 80
34,022 66 42,452 44

School,

"

POPULATION OF MORRISANIA AND WEST FARMS.
Towns. Morrisania
Native.
12,207
G,H44

Foreign.
7,403

White.
19,324

Colored.

West Farm?

3,328

9,249

have endeavored, as far as possible, in writing this sketch, to speak of Morrisania as it was, before it became a distinct town; for at the time of commencing the new village and for several years thereafter, the whole territory now embraced within our town limits, was in the township of

We

An old. weather-beaten, battered-faced mile-stone then West Farms. stood and is still standing on the south west corner of Sixth street and the old Boston Post road (we dislike the name of '-Broadway" aiven to this
" 10 milks ancient thoroughfare,) which informs the passer-by, that it is This must have been before the city had stretched from New York."

length above Chambers street for it is well-known that when "ye ancient Knickerbockers of New York" built the City Hall on its present the city, not site, they located it quite outside of the compact part of
its
;

HISTOEY OF MOERISANIA.

xvii

dreaming that large stores, warehouses, hotels, palaiial residences, &c, would ever be built above that limit. So much for the far-seeing wisdom of the sleepy old Knickerbockers! But at as early a period as 1848, we were not "10 miles from New York," and we are much nearer to it now then we were then. We are now as near the northern boundary of the
Central Park, as is all that portion of the city lying below Houston street, Yet we were 'in the country." to its southern boundary.
;

our village that was to be but all around it were fields of waving grain, potato patches, meadows, corn fields, apple orchards and cow pastures. These were fenced with heavy stone walls, along whose
in
5

Not only

grew luxuriantly sumach, hazelnut, and (out of which our masmade pop-guns,) elder bushes, and raspberry and blackberry vines, from the latter of which we have picked many a basket of delicious fruit. Our numerous cedar groves abounded with the wintergreen plant and beautiful wild flowers. Snakes, of different species, were and the land turtle, which the Irishman told his fellow countryplentiful man was "an animal with a saddle on his back, and that he swallowed his head with his mouth " was in the fields, gardens and in the public streets. Toads would hop around in our door-yards and would be found even in th^ areas and cellars of our houses, nor is the "race" yet extinct. Our ears would be saluted by day with the lowing of kine and the bleating of sheep, and by night with the shrill hooting of the, screech owl and often
sides

culine juveniles

;

delighted with the softer, sweeter notes of the whippoorwill, perched in womp neighboring grove. As we walked along the streets with a friend

from the city, a large " sarpint," with his forked tongue protruded, would suddenly cross our path, frightening our city cousin out of his wits and " more -carrying his thoughts back to the time when one of these reptiles,
.subtile than

any beast of the
into partaking

field,"

dialogue with our ancient mother

m

held a fascinating and seductive the Garden of Eden, in which she

was beguiled
" *
*
*

*

Of the
taste

fruit of that forbidden tree,

Whose mortal

brought death into the world and

all

our woe."

We remember,
who

as late as the

summer

of 1851,

Chas.

S.

Stearns, Esq..

resided on Fulton avenue, near Seventh street, brought a huge black snake to the depot, one morning, which he had killed in Seventh street, near Fordham avenue. His snakeship was an old " socdolager," and measured 3 feet and 11 inches "from the tip of his nose to the end of his
tail."

ture's
field

Then again, "oft in the stilly night" when we were enjoying Nasweet restorer," the weazle and the "pole-cat," alias a "Weatherskitten," alias an "essence peddler," would enter our hen-roosts and
life's

"

" suck the

blood" from our favorite Bantums and Dorkings.
fire-flies

On a
air,

*rarm summer's evening, numerous

would

flit

through the

2a

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HISTORY OF MOKEISANIA.

emitting a light of which the dim flicker of one of our present street lamps, is but a feeble imitation. Surely tve were "in the country," and not

only in the country, but in the sleepy old tov;n of West Farms, whose inhabitants had been stationary for a hundred years, never forgetting anything and never learning anything new We were subject to its local town laws we mean the town laws of these sleepy West Farmers. If we
!

—

wanted a
cutting

little

of the town's

money

for

down Seventh

street hill, the matter

any public improvement, such as had to be submitted to a town

meeting, and there were nine chances out of ten, against our obtaining it. They verily thought, these West Farmers did, that the demands of these
villagers would ruin them by excessive taxation, that they would be dead broke, sure forgetting that the establishing of our village in their town had already increased the value of their property more than We were a 'dive," wide-awake people. We beone hundred per cent.

new
"

:

;"

!

lieved in progress and we "showed our faith by our works'." Many of us were up and in the city in the morning at our work-shops and other places

of business long before these drowsy West Farmers had done yawning, after having taken their first matutinal nap Again, allot the town offices were located in West Farms village, and all of the town officials resided
!

there. Our business frequently demanded that we sho n ld go to the village aud we always felt a sense of drowsiness come over us on our return, with an irresistible desire to go to bed. Indeed, a wag of a fellow once sug" West gested to us, with a wicked twinkle of the eye, that Irving wrote his sketch of Rip Van Winkle, and Farms''' instead of "Slespy Hollow" in that the substitution of the latter name for the former was simply an error

of the printer. The reader will readily conclude that two such " Peoples " could not "dwell together in peace and unity." Conflict of interests and sometimes
petty, local jealousies, disturbed the pleasant relations which ought to exist between neighbors, and in 1855 the town ot West Farms was divided.

Morrisauia being given
aries, ties,"

its

present name, and assigned

its

according to law.

and we
ought

believe,

The division was satisfactory was mutually beneficial.

to

present boundboth "communi-

that our

residents of West Farms, somewhat rose colored sketch of that locality does not apply to them. We intend it to apply to the West Farms of 1848-55 and not to the West Farms of 1871. That town is now sensibly alive to local enterprise and public improvements, and the time is not far distant when its numerto state, in justice to the present

We

ous suburban villages will rank amongst the most beautiful, enterprising

and prosperous of any in the country. Our town has been the theatre of several singular and fatal railroad accidents. Indeed, for the first few years after our settlement, it was known as the slaughter ground," and the office of coroner was the only towi>
::

HISTORY OF MOKKISANIA.
office

xix

worth having. Life insurance companies "played shy" of all applicants for insurance from Morrisania who were known to be daily passengers on the Harlem railroad, and

demanded an extra premium when exe-

cuting an insurance policy on their lives. Seriously, the frequency of death and injury from so-called " accidents" on the road, became a subject of common remark and caused a sense of insecurity of life ami limb
to be felt in the

—

the

minds of many villagers. The trains of both companies, Harlem and New Haven, w«re run at a higher rate of speed than at

present and with a recklessness which rendered it necessary for persons in We give a few the cars or on or near the track, to "stand from under."
of these accidents, written from memory without much regard to their chronological order: Early one morning in October, 1849, during the prevalence of a dense fog. a Harlem train moving north, and a New Haven
train moving south, both running at a high rate of speed, collided just above Eighth street, in consequence of running into a drove of cows, which were being driven across the track. Result One passenger's leg:

broken, nine cows killed, eleven cars wrecked and piled up in a manner that beggars description and that could not have been done by all the mechanics in the universe and everybody surprised that tifty persons had

not been instantly killed and as many more maimed for life. The writer was at the scene a few minutes after the collision. On the afternoon of
the eleventh day of August, 1850, a local up train while discharging passengers at the Morrisania depot, was run into at the rear by an up express Result: Cars of the local train train, moving at a high rate of speed.

"telescoped." one passenger instantly killed and several others injured amongst them, the writer, who was a passenger on the local train. The
;

engineer and fireman of the express train leaped ''for dear life" an instant before the collision and escaped unhurt. On the evening of December 24, 1851, during the prevalence of a blinding snow storm, three men, who

wjre walking on the east track, near the Melrose depot, stepped on the opposite track to avoid an up train when they were struck by a down New Haven train, and all three were instantly killed. On a beautiful afternoon in October, 1852, an up Boston train ran off the track at Melrose

consequence of a misplaced switch. Several of the passengers were injured by the breaking of the glass of the cars, as they were plunged end foremost down the embankment, and the locomotive careened over,
in

taking with it the engineer, who was crushed to death beneath its ponderous weight. The event was witnessed by the writer, who was standing on the piazza of his house. It may be of " historical interest" to some

who read
trains
%]\9

these pages, to be informed, that at this period of our history, there were six switches and a turntable at Melrose and four passenger

were run daily

to

and from Port Morris.

It

was over

this

road that
arrival of

passengers of the Great Eastern were brought on th»

first

xx

HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA.

that vessel to our shores, as she became disabled when off Port Morris, where she lay for several days, during which time she was visited by thousands of persons from the city and elsewhere. Early on the morning of January 1, 1858, the weather being dark and rainy, a down Harlem freight train, while in the act of switching off on the Port Morris track, a little below Fourth street, was run into at the rear by a down New Haven train. Result: Conductor of freight train, who was asleep in the a brakeman on the same train crushed to ''caboose," instantly killed
;

denth between the cars
barrels,

was

set

on

fire

a car on the freight train, filled with whiskey in from the locomotive of the New Haven train, and
;

r

consumed, and a "smash-up" and burning of
Avas present a few minutes after the collision.

cars, generally.

The writer The mangled bodies of the

In March, 1852, a which the writer was a passenger as far as Morrisania, stopped at Williams' bridge, before proceeding further, for the Alban}/ down express train to pass. (There was then only one track above that point.) Presently, a New Haven train passed down, mistaking which for

conductor and brakeman presented a sickening sight.

local

up

train, in

the Albany train, the conductor of the local train ordered the engineer to go on. Before proceeding two miles it was met by the Albany trcdn, both
trains
sult
:

moving at a high rate of speed, and a fearful collision ensued. ReThree persons killed and many others severely injured, amongst them Conductor Sharpe of the down train, and the locomotives and cars
of

both

trains

badly ''smashed up."

ness, the conductor of the

uninjured, started off at "double-quick," and has never been heard from since; he may be running yet Early one morning in the autumn of 1853, a down local train, con-

up

train,

On seeing who was

the result of his careless-

!

taining a large number of our townsmen, while standing near Fiftieth street, in the city, was run into by a down New Haven train, killing six

passengers and wounding many others. Early one morning of the same year, a down local train, in which the writer was a passenger, ran off the track at Forty-second street, in consequence of a misplaced switch, and

Result Several jolted over the ties for quite a distance. others screamed and many of the men lost all presence of
:

women

fainted,

haved themselves
magnificient farce
result

in
!

such a manner as to

mind and berender the whole scene a most

Had there been an embankment at that point, the might have been different. It should be stated, that at this time, all of the cars were drawn from Tryon Row by horses to Thirty-second street, where they were coupled and the locomotive 'hitched" to thetrain^ Stewart's magnificent iron building now covers the ground where then stood the engine house of the Harlem Railroad Company. The tunnel at Thirty-second street was not then built. During the erection of the stone bridge on Harlem Flats, one dark night in the winter of 1853, two Harlem trains^ moving in opposite directions, collided on a temporary trestle

HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA.
work
built

xxi

to throw either train off the track,

on the west side of the track. But the collision was too slight which was forty feet above the ground

and supported only by upright posts. During one afternoon in the winter of 1854, an up Harlem train approached Harlem bridge while the draw was open. The engineer did not perceive the signal of danger until the

He reversed the engine, "whistled down train was Avell ou the bridge. brakes," and stopped the train just as the engine was within three feet of the fearful abyss Early one morning in March of that year, a Morrisania
!

on which the writer was a passenger, on his way to Philadelphia, ran off the track in the middle of the old Yorkville tunnel in consequence of an obstruction caused by a large lump of ice which had frozen during the Result Nobody hurt, but cars thrown across both tracks in a night.
train,
:

to crawl out as zig-zag direction, from under which we were compelled It was an exciting scene in the best we could, in pursuit of daylight darkness of that tunnel and one well calculated to make us feel how pro!

In the summer videntially we had been preserved from a horrid death. of 1854, one afternoon, a man who had just left the rear end of an up train then standing on the track at Melrose depot, in attempting to cross on the west side, was struck by a down New Haven train and instantly killed. It

was accidents and hair-breadth escapes from causes

like

this,

which led

both companies to adopt the ruK now in force, requiring a train approaching a station where another train is discharging passengers, to come to a

The Harlem bridge event also led to the adoption of a rule recome to a full stop before crossing a bridge. The quiring to legislature of Connecticut had compelled the New Haven company the same rule in that State in consequence of the Norwalk disaster adopt but the adoption of it by that company in this State was the result of a
full stop.
all trains to
;

mutual agreement between the two companies. From the foregoing instances, which are not all that might be given, the reader will form some idea of the "perils by land" which we encountered daily, in going to and
,from our places of business in the city, during the early period of our
history.

Amongst
Ostrorn,

the conductors on the road during this period,
:

we

call to

mind

the following

Messrs. Edwards,

Blackledge, Keese,

Sharpe, Latour,

James and Richard Murphy, Burchell, Coutant, Barton, Banta, Kelly, Jennings, Marx, Bennett and Cummings. The first six named are still in the service of the company. Mr. Edwards is the cour-

McAnanna,

teous and efficient Station Agent at Morrisania; Mr. Blackledge is the " Starter of trains at Twenty-sixth street Messrs. Keese, Sharpe and Latour, are conductors on express trains, and Mr. Ostrorn is conductor on
1 ' ;

the city line. In 1864, our town was incorporated by an act of the Legislature and divided into four wards. Each ward elects two trustees and the Super;

xxii
visor of the town,

HISTORY OF MOKRISANIA.

is ex-officio, a member of the Board of Trustees, thus Under the provisions of the act of incorporation, we have been favored with many local public improvements, amongst which are several fire cisterns, streets newly graded, curbed and guttered, and

constituted.

lighted with gas; side walks, cross walks, a more efficient police system, &c. These improvements cost something in the shape of taxes and as-

sessments, yet we do not think there are many amongst us willing to return to the old system of town government.

who would be

A few years since, a lad of seventeen summers, who came here with his in speaking parents in 1850, and who appeared to take a pardonable pride of himself as " one of the oldest inhabitants." was walking around the vilThis " old inhabitant'* pointed out to his city lage with a city cousin.
comrade some of the principal improvements of the place and expatiated since he exultingly upon the wonderful progress the village had made
'
;

was a boy /" Oar town is still in its infancy yet few places can present more tangible evidences of growth, in so young a town, of all that goes to make up an enterprising and a prosperous community. But he who un;

dertakes to write

its

history a half a century hence, will have a task to

perform quite different from that which the writer of the present imperfect and hastily written sketch is about to bring to a close. He will trace its few rise, as we havedoi:e. to the efforts hereinbefore referred to, of those
determined men who,
terprise.
in 1848, in the city of

New York
first

originated the enin

He

will

speak of the erection of the

house

our village by

Andrew Cauldwell, Esq., in 1849, and house was not the commencement of a single
the late

will tell his

readers that this

village only, but the beginning of a succession of densely populated villages which may then be seen in the towns of West Farms, Westchester, Eastchester, Pel ham, New
ftochelle,

Mamaroneck. Rye. Yonkers, and White Plains; how large plots

of ground, dating from the
laid out in

commencement

of Morrisania. continued to be

the lower end of the county, for villages and suburban residences, and that there is no such thing as "a farm" south of White He will speak of the numerous facilities, cheap and quick, for Plains.

reaching the lower end of the city; of steam ferry boats running from the banks of the rivers which line our shores; of numerous viaduct railways

and starting from a point fifteen miles above Harlem river and running to, converging at the Battery of Harlem river as dredged and lined with
;

docks; of "spurs" constructed from the Spuyten Dayvil and Harlem river road, now being built down to the docks on the north side of the river, where vessels of heavy tonnage will be in waiting to receive the

numerous products brought by rail from the great West and convey them Europe without trans-shipment, and of the Sound boats from Boston and the greatocean steamers, as landing at Port Morris. He will speak of the lower end of Westchester county as the homes of
to

HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA.

xxiii

the toiling thousands who earn their bread in that part of the city lying below Harlem river; of the spacious grounds and stately mansions of the wealthy who have made this portion of the county their dwelling places of magnificent drives, boulevards and parks, such as the world has never
;

seen

;

large as

of a population within fifteen miles north of the Harlem river as that then in the city south of it of our town as one of the
:

Harlem river as being to New York what the river Thames is to London, the dividing water line between two portions of a great city connected by numerous bridges, and of Mordensely populated wards of the city
;

of the

risania as forming the center

dream
fifty

of population of this division. Call this a but he who shall write a faithful history of our town F. years hence, will record it as an accomplished fact.
if

you

will,

M

West Moeiusaxia, May

25, 1871.

House of Best
In the
•to

for Consumptives, Tremont.

summer

the Rev. Dr.

Rumney and

of 1869, tha Lady-in-Charge of this institution applied a few other gentlemen, to assist in establish-

ing a

Home where
to these

submitted

Consumptives might be specialty cared for. The plan gentlemen was so excellent and desirable, that they

gladly offered her their warmest sympathies and assistance, and, associating with themselves others who felt a like interest in the undertaking, the Board of Trustees, as now constituted, was organized in October of the

Miss Rogle belongs the honor of the •establishment of an institution, which, we trust, will soon become one of best charities of our land, as it is the only one of its kind in this country
to

same year, and on the came an established fact

—and thus
by

first

day of November the

"

House of Rest" be-

—except
The

that established

Dr. Cullis in Boston.

situated in Tremont, and, as its name implies, has been established for the purpose of affording the benefits and cominstitution, is

forts of medical aid

and kind nursing

to

those

who

are suffering

from

Pulmonary Complaints, and cannot obtain the

relief

they so

much need

It is designed to give the inmates of this charity the adfor themselves. vantages of a Home, where the disease may be made a specialty, and treat?d as having a hope of improvement, if not of complete restoration,

and also

to

provide them with the ministration of the Gospel according to

the forms and doctrines of the Protestant Episcopal Church. The last annual report states that during the past year 38 patients have

been admitted— 21 male and 17 female. Of these 14, have been dismissed, the most of them so much benefitted as to be able to take care of them12 have died and 12 remain in the House. The number of selves. deaths may seem to be a large ratio but it must be remembered that a
;

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HISTORY OF MOEEISANIA.

exists of prolonging
to the grave,

large proportion of the patients when received are so far gone that no hopelife and the only desire is to soothe their pathway

—

to hring them nearer to the Saviour. Of the whole number admitted, 15 were Roman Catholics, and the others were from the various evangelical denominations. Average attendance during
•

and endeavor

the year, 20.

The report of the Treasurer, Hon. Edward Haight, shows that the expenditures for the year amounted to $9,373.95, and the receipts to $8,210.10, The county has granted the institution leaving a debt of $1,163.85.
£4,000. a

Donations
ables,

most timely and well merited donation. in money, furniture, clothing, bedding and bed linen, vegetgroceries, laundry articles, canned fruits, jellies, Bibles, testaments)
and any
suitable

prayer books,
received.

readies matter, will
the

be

thankfully

The following are the

officers, for

Potter, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L.,

President,

ex-offieio.

Rt. Rev. Horatio current year Trustees President,
: ;

—
;

Henry

J.

Carnmann, 8 Wall

street, N. Y., or

Fordham
;

Rev. A. B. Carter, D.D., 112 East 16th street, N. Y. Pine street, N. Y., or Fordham; Hon. Ed. Haight, 9 Wall
Wesichester.
Secretary, Rev. C.
C.

Vice-Presidents, W. C. Wetmore, 9
street,

N. Y.. or

Tiffany,

Fordham.

Treasurer, Hon.

Edward Haight.

Collector, S. L. Douglas, (care E.

P Datton

&

Co.,)

713

Broadway, New York.

Pastor, R*»v. T. S. Rumney, D.D., White Plains. Rev. T. M. Peters, D. Rev. T. Galloudet, D.D., 9 West 18th street, N. Y. Messrs. W. B. Oi>den, Fordham D., Broadway and 100th street, N. Y.
; ;
;

A. Martine, 71 Warren street, or White Plains: R. G. Rolston, 26 Exchange place, N. Y. Woodbury G. Langdon, 51 West 36th street, N, Y. A. M. Stanton, Fordham H. N. Camp, 149 Pearl street, or Fordham I.
S.
;

;

;

;

C.

Buckout, Harlem. R. R., N. Y., or White Plains; J. H. Wheatley, 101 Wall street, or 128 Remsen street, Brooklyn. Attending physician, Dr. Sprague, Fordham. Consulting physician, Dr. Learning, 310 West 23rd
N. Y. Lady-in-Charge, Miss E. A. Bogle. Patients applying for admission must procure a certificate from theconsulting physician, Dr. Learning, 310 West 23d street, New York, and
street,
!

present the

same

to the President, at

No. 8 Wall

street, or at the House.

Congregationalism— History of

the

First

Congregational

Church.
" a Congregationalism, as a system of church polity, may be defined as democracy a government o r the people, by the people and for the pure
"
;

people," composing each individual church, in which all, both male and female, have equal rights and in which the majority rules. Members are

admitted on giving satisfactory evidence of their Christian experience

by.

HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA.
;

xx

a majority ^ote of the whole church and each member, including the Each has rights which are minister, stands exactly on the same platform. common to all and each is amenable to the same ecclesiastical tribunal, to wit: to -rnE Church itself, whose decision, by a majority vote, on all matters coming before it is final. Under the Congregational system of church government, a body of Christain believers may organize themselves into a church, adopt Articles of Faith, institute measures for the maintenance of public worship, call a minister and settle him and on his

own

request dismiss him to the pastorate of another church, without the

authoritative intervention of either Presbytery, Classis, Diocese, Conference,

and all the civil rights which inhere in Priest, Potentate, Bishop or King any church organization, are sacred in the eye of the law in a church thus It constituted, and as such, the organization will be legally protected.
;

is

customary, when forming a church, or when settling or dismissing a

pastor, to call a council,

for consultation and advice,

composed of neighboring ministers and laymen and while the decision of a council is always

respected and generally followed, it has no binding obligation on the church, which still retains and exercises its individual independence. Such a system of church government, while it certainly does not hinder
usefulness of its members in the great work which Christ has given them to do. secures to each, perfect individual freedom and leaves the church, as a united body, untrammelled by outside ecclesiastical The Articles of Faith and the forms of public worship in the authority.

the

Congregational Church, are identical with those in the Presbyterian Church the only difference in the two bodies being their respective forms of church
;

government.

The

summer

First Congregational Church of Morrisania was organized in the of 1851, under the ministry of Rev. Edward F. Ross, then just

completing his studies in the Union Theological Seminary, New York. Its beginning was "the day of small things." It met in a building next to and south of Morrisania Hall, in a small room used for the double purpose of a land office and railroad depot. The membership was small in numpersons.

bers and the congregation, including the members, did not exceed fifteen Amongst its projectors (we were not then connected with it nor

have we any record

at hand as we write) we call to mind, Charles Speaight, George Pollock, Daniel Desmond, Joseph S. Ives, Philo Price and John A. We think that all of these gentlemen constituted its first Board Henry. of Trustees. Mr. Ross was formally installed as its pastor in September of that year, and continued as such until his resignation, which took place in

March, 1853.

Prior to the resignation of Mr. Ross, the church and congregation had edifice largely increased in numbers, and that part of the present church which forms the transcept, was erected and used until the summer of

xxvi
1864.

HISTORY OF MORRISANIA.
On the 28th day
of July of that year,
the

corner

stone of the

present commodious and beautiful house of worship was laid and the edifice was dedicated on the 18th day of December following. The enlargement
of the building was mainly due to the efforts of Rev. Washington Gladden, then pastor ot the church.

The seating capacity of the church is 432. It is neatly and tastefully and has the largest and finest organ of any chinch in the The singing is good, and the preaching servplace, if not in the county.
finished inside,
ices such as to attract audiences respectable in numbers, in the morning and a very large attendance in the evening. The present acting pastor has ministered to the church since the first Sunday in November last, at which time, the attendance was very small, and the prospect somewhat discouraging. At various times, since January, 1806, the church has suffered from the withdrawal of about twenty members and nearly as many pewholders, and several teachers and entire classes in the Sunday School, who went to a neighboring church, and who have contributed very materially to the numerical strength and financial prosperity of that church. It has also furnished nearly the entire membership of the Second Congre-

gational (colored) Church in Melrose, as also the scholars in School.

its

Snnda}

T

and Sunday school,

Notwithstanding these large drafts upon the church, the congregation enit is able to present a very creditable and

One male member has recently been added to its couraging record. communion on profession of faith, making its present membership 87
;

pews are being taken quite frequently, and the audiences, both morning and evening are constantly increasing in numbers. It has just extended a unanimous call to Rev. Win, Westerfield to become its permanent pasBoth the church and congretor, which it is understood he will accept. gation are perfectly united in love to Christ and love to one another, and their chief desire appears to be to glorify God and to build up the Redeemer's kingdom here upon earth. The Sunday School is lame and flourishing, and is accomplishing a good work, both at home and elsewhere. It has a register number of 173
scholars, and the attendance for several
less

Sundays
It

past, has

seldom been

than 130.

It

has 10 teachers, besides

the superintendent and an as-

sistant,

tefcher
in

— Miss Sanford — by death, for which

and two librarians and two

secretaries.

has recently lost one
its

reason

banner was draped
library contains

mourning during the procession on Tuesday last. 400 choice volumes, 300 of which are nearly new.

The
It

has contributed $75

during the past year towards the support of a Sunday School Missionary at the West, and $52 towards the support of a little girl Sophia Hutner in the Howard Mission School, and at this date, is not only out of debt,

—

—

but has $30

in

the treasury.

HISTOKY OF MOREISANIA.
The church has had the following named pastors
Rev.
since
in
it

xxvu
was organized
;
:

Edward

F. Ross,

who

resigned

in

1853 and died

1854

Rev. Chas.

0. Reynolds, now pastor of the Presbyterian Church, St. Augustine, Florida; Rev. Edwin S. Fairchild, now pastor of the Reformed Church,

Flushing, L.

I.
;

Rev. Washington Gladden, subsequently pastor of the

Congregational Church, North Adams, Mass.. and now religious editor of The Independent^ and Rev. Henry G. Blinn. now pastor of the Presbyterian
Church, Cambridge, N. Y. The church was without a pastor from the time Mr. Blinu left. April 1, 1870, until November 1st, of the same year, at which time Mr. WesterSeld commenced his labors as stated supply.

With the permanent settlement with us of Mr. Westerfield, we hope and pray that the church may enter upon a new career of usefulness and prosperity, in expectation of which we will "thank God and -ake courage."

M.

F.

West MorrisanJa,
Thursday Evening, June
1,

)

1871.

)

First Presbyterian Church Morrisania.
BY REV. ARTHUR POTTS.
about the year 1851, three lots (one on Fordham, and the other two on Washington avenues.) were given in order to establish a PresbyIn, or

terian Church in Morrisania. Upon the Fordham ave. lot a very small building was erected in which services were held for about two years. The congregation was mixed in character, being composed of various

denominations, which had no place of worship of their own, so that when certain causes arose, the small congregation melted away, the enterprise was discontinued, and the property was placed in the hands of the New

York Presbytery, who held it for the future church in Morrisania. THE POTTS MEMORIAL," PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
' :

During the Winter of 1865, the attention of the Rev. Arthur Pott's, of New York City, was called to the fact that the Presbyterian Church was
not represented in our rapidly growing town. After a consultation with some of the older members of the Presbytery of New York, and with the cooperation of a few gentlemen, among whom

were Messrs. A. F. Douglass, N. P. Ferris, and

J. F.

Remmy,

a third story

Exchange building, corner of Washington ave. and Fifth street, and an afternoon preaching service commenced January 8th, 1865, being the first Sabbath in the New Year. After five weeks of experiment, it was determined to ask the New York Presbytery to organize the church, which they did on the 7th of March, 1865. About this time the Disciples Church was hired for their religious the services, and a few weeks later the building was purchased, so that on

room was hired

in the

xxviii
1st of

HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA.

this courageous organization, only two months old occupied At the time of this organization two elders were building. elected, and at the same time a formal call made out by the congregation,

May,

—

their

own

of the Pastor, who had thus far led the infant church and successfully, through the steps preliminary to their organizaThis call was placed in the hands of the Pwev. Arthur Potts by the tion. New York Presbytery, and formally accepted by him. The church was originally organized under a board of three trustees

for the services

rapidly,

—

—

with the

title

of

"The

First Presbyterian Church, Morrisania." which title

lots

gave them the possession of the lots then held by the Presbytery. These were soon disposed of and three others purchased adjoining their
Shortly after the commencement of this enterprise, the congregation of the Universitv Place Church, corner of Tenth street, hearing that the son
of their late Pastor

church.

— the Rev. George Potts,
sum
sufficient to

D. P.,

pay for, which had been already purchased, on the condition that the name of the " church was altered to The PolU Memorial" which they desired should be a tribute, and monument to the memory of their Pastor. Accordingly they received $9,000 and the title was changed. The " Potts Memorial" was thus extensively altered by the addition of
a new spire, a fine toned
terior
bell, while the finish both of the exterior andinwas altered beyond recognition There is no need of more than stating, that from the first inception of the enterprise, the progress has been constant and healthful, in all the departments of church work.

work, made an

offer of a

was engaged in this and repair the building

—

The present property of
$18,000.

the church

value, while the original outlay

is estimated at about $30,000 in and improvements have cost a little over

The
Elders

— N. P.

officers of the

church at
J.

Ferris and

Mr. N. P. Ferris, Mr.

time are Pastor, Rev. Arthur Potts Tborburn; Trustees Mr. Henry Bailey, H. Mason, Mr. H. W. Shaw, Captain J. W. Porter.
this
:

Wm.

—

;

Janes
In 1857, the

&

Kirtland's Iron

Works.

Foundry and Iron Works of Janes & Kirtland, then Janes, was removed from the corner of Reade and Center streets, New York, to Morrisania, since which time it has been in uninterrupted This concern was established in 1844, by Adrian Janes, Wiloperation.
Beebe

&

Co.,

liam Beebe and Charles Fowler, and from a small beginning has grown to be one of the largest establishments in the country, the workshops being
three hundred feet square, or
if

placed in a line would be 1,000 feet long.

HITTORY OF MOREISANIA.
by 50
feet wide, giving

xxix

whom
ton, a

employment to a large number of hands, many of have been with the firm for years.

dome of the Capitol at Washingof stupendous magnitude, the largest and most perfect Iron structure of the kind in the world, weighing 10.000,000 pounds. Much
work

In this establishment was cast the iron

other work for the Government has been done here. The Congressional Library, the ceiling of the Senate Chamber and House of Representatives, and the ceilings and sky lights of the grand stair ways, the Patent
Office, General Post Office and the Treasury Building, besides work for the Government in different parts of the country, a contract having just been completed for the United States Court House and Post Office at Port-

Indeed no one year of the last twenty has passed without land, Maine. orders for work from the General Government. The beautiful Iron Bridges in the Central Park were also made here.
Besides this department, the celebrated Beebe Kitchen Ranges form an important branch of the business, for notwithstanding the many new inventions their popularity
increasing.
is

so well established that the sale

is

constantly

The ornamental work for gardeDS and grounds has within a few years become an important branch, of the production of this Foundry. Messrs. Janes, Beebe & C >., sent an agent to Europe twenty years ago to get an inand were the first to produce and offer the wojk to the public. Since that time the designs and patterns have been multiplied to an extent that a sample of each would make a display as attractive as an ordinary fair. Fountains of the
most beautiful designs are sent to distant countries, including Cuba, Hay ti, the Sandwich Islands, Mexico, South America and China. Vases
for
fi

sight into the manufacture of ornaments of this kind

>\vers.

summer

houses, and

animals, such as dogs, deer, lions, foxes

and mythological

figures are also manufactured in this establishment.

Adrian Janes, the head of the establishment for many years, and WilMr. liam Beebe the Inventor of Beebe's Ranges, are both deceased.
Charles Fowler, now past sixty years of age, is still in the enjoyment of excellent health, living upon the fruits of many years successful business, acquired by close attention and fair dealing with customers, for which this

made a permanent reputation. The wages paid to the workmen amount to many thousand dollars yearly, and with the taxes paid is of great importance to the town of
firm has

Morrisania.

Mr. Edward R. Janes, son of the late Adrian Janes, and Mr. C. A. Kirtland having been connected with the firm since 1850, have in consequence of the death and retirement of the other members, succeeded to the proprietorship and

management

of the entire business.
J.

many

years

foreman of the Foundry, and Mr.

Mr. H. L. Barker, for S. Sanson, General

xxx

HISTORY OF MOEIUSANIA.

nothing works.

Superintendent, are both skilled in their occupations, s-> that there is. in Iron work that cannot be done in the best manner at these

Church E. Gates

&

Co.,
in

Lumber Dealers.
commencement
of the

This lumber yard was established
Tillage of Morrisania,

1348. at the

Henry B. Todd, who was joined the following year by II. H. Robertson, and the business conducted under the firm of Todd & Robertson. The firm was dissolved in 1855, the business being
by
Col.

In the summer of 1865, the yard passed hands of Church E. Gates & Co., the present proprietors, who have built a commodious dock and made other arrangements for conducting a large, first-class business. The firm is connected with the extensive and wealthy lumber producing firm of Gates & Co., in the State of Maine, and have rare facilities for keeping their yard constantly stocked with all

continued by Mr. Robertson.
into the

kinds of lumber of the very best quality, which

is

sold

at the cheapest

market

rates.

Location of Streets and Avenues.
Anderson and Third avenues, from Cottrtland ave. to town line, Claremont. Arcularius Place, from Walton avenue to Gerard avenue, Inwood. Alexander avenue, from Harlem river to 31 avenue, North New York. Butternut avenue, from Cedar ^o Ella streets, West Morrisania. Bronx street, from 3d avenue to Harlem Railroad, Mott Haven. Beach avenue, from 141st s'rcet to Westchester Railroad sfrreet, East Morrisania. Benson street, from 3d avenne to Harlem Railroad, Melrose. Beach street, from Undercliff avenue to 1 rnion -tn-et, Highbridgeville. Bremer avenue, from Central avenue to Highbridge streec, Highbridgeville. .Beck street, from Carr avenue to Avenue 0, 'J rove Hill. Cliff street, from 3d avenue to Concord avenue, Morrisania. Cottage street, from 3d avenue to Macomb avenue. Mott Haven. Courtland avenue, from 3d avenue Mott Haven to Branch E B, Melrose. Courtland avenne, from William street to Ella street. West Morrisania. Concord street, from 3d avenue to Ridker avenue, Mott Haven. C*rr avenue, from Westchester avenne northerly to 3d avenue. Central avenue, from Central Bridge to town line, Highbridgeville. Clarke Place, from Walton avenue to Central avenue, Inwood. Catherine street, from Harlem Railroad to Lewis street, Wesl Morrisania. Concord avenue, from Grove street to Lexington street, Eas1 Morrisania.
Cypress avenue, from 132 1 street to Southern Boulevard, Wilton. College avenue, from Smeeman street Mott Haven to Mott street, Melrose. Clinton street, from Seventh street to Jefferson street, Morrisania. Carr street, from Benson avenue to Carx avenue Cromwell avemir. from Doughty street to Central avenue, West Morrisania.

Cedar street, from avenue A to avenue C, Grove Hill. Cedar street, from Butternut avenue to Central avenue, West Morrisania. Devoe street, from Harlem river to Benson avenue, Highbridgeville. Deuraan street, from 3d avenue to Harlem Railroad, Melrose. Doughty street, from Gerard avenue to Central avenue, West Morrisania. Division avenue, from St. Ann's avenue to Southern Boulevard, Wilton. Elm street, from Concord avenue to Prospect avenue. East Morrisania. Elton street, from 3d avenue to Harlem Railroad, Melrowe. Edsall street, from 3d avenue to Harlem Railroad, Mott Haven. Ea^le avenue, from Westchester Railroad street to Westchester *, East Morrisanii Vila stroet, from Harlem Railroad to Central avenue, West Mo:rUinia.

HISTORY OF MOEEISANIA.
E'i«t Sixth street, from Boston Read to Union avenue, Morrisauia. Eighth street, from Franklin avenue to Harlem Railroad, Morrisania. nirth street, from 3d avenue to Harlem Railroad, MorrisaTiia. Fifth street, from Bos' o Ro id to Harlem Railroad, Motrisania. Findlay Place, from Walton avenue to Central avenue, Inwood. Findlay street, fiom William street to Harlem Railroad, Melrose. First street, fiora Grove avenue to Courtland avenue, Morrisauia and Melrose. (reran! avenue, frora Ged ir street to Central avenue, West, Morrisania. Governeur street, from 3 1 avenue to Harlem Railroad, Melrose. Gerard street, from 3 1 avenue to Mill B oak, Kast Melrose George street, from Boston Re a I to Union avenue, Momsania. Garden street, from 31 avenue to Main street, Mott Haven. Grove street, from 3d avenue to Mill Brook, East Melrose. Grove si. reet, from Macomb avenue to Harlem River, Buena Ridge. Grove street, from Butternut avenue to Spring street, West Motrisania. Grove street, from Robhins avenue to Prospect avenue, East Morrisauia

XXXI

F

Henry street, from Gerard avenue to Harlem river, West Moriisania. Hendrick street, from 3d avenue to College avenue, Mott Haven. Highbridge street, from Highbridge avenue to Fourth avenue, Highbridgeville. Highbrirlge avenue, from Central avenue to town line, Highbridgeville. Helen street, trom Harlem Railroad o Spring street, West Morrisauia. Halsey street, from Hailem Railroad to Momsania avenue, West Morrisania. Home' avenue, from 134th street to 138th street, Wilton. Home street, from Boston Road to Union avenue, Morrisania. Henry street, from 3d avenue to Mill Brook, East Melrose. Inwood avenue, from Crom wells Creek to town line, Inwood. Irving Place, from Harlem R. R., to Fleetwood Park, Morrisania. James street, from Walton avenue to Central avenue, West Morrisania. John street', from Carr avenue to avenue A, Grove Hill. Jefferson street, from Franklin avenue to Boston Road, Morrisania. Juliet street, from Harlem Railroad to River street, West Morrisania. Lexington street, from Passage avenue to Southern Boulevard, East Morrisania. Lexington avenue, trom Van Soil street to Main street, Mott Haven. Lincoln avenue, trom Harlem river to 3d avenue, North New* York. Lewis street, from I Pond to Spring street, Weat Morrisania. Locust avenue, from 134r.h street to Port Morris Railroad, Port Morris. Liberty street, from Gerard avenue to Harlem river, "West Morrisania. Lind avenue, from Harlem river to Beach street. Highbridgeville. Lowell street, from 3 1 avenue to Rider avenue, Mott Haven. Morrisania avenue, from lee Pond to Ella street, West Morrisania. Morris avenue, from. Mott to Melrose streets, Melrose Morris avenue, trom iiarlem river to 138th street, North New York. Morris Place, Horn Harlem Railroad to Fleetwood Park, West Morrisania. Maple avenue, from 132d street to 13f5th street, Wilton. Mott street, from 3d avenue to Harlem Railroad, MelrOse. Macomb avenue, trom Harieru Railroad northerly to Morris farm. Mott street Mott Haven, from 3d av vest 150 ft. north of J. L. Mott's residence. ?.lain street, from 3 avenue to Macomb avenue, Mott Haven. Melrose street, from Washington avenue to Harlem Railroad, Melrose. Mary street, from Washington avenue to Harlem Railroad, Zvlelrose. Milton street", from 3d avenue to Harlem Railroad, Melrose. New street, from Concord avenue to Union avenue, Morrisania. Orchard street, from 4th avenue to 3d avenue, Claiemont. Oak avenue, from 134th street to Mist street, Port'Morris. Prospect street, from Washington avenue to Harlem Railroad, Melrose. Prospect avenue, from Grove street to Willow street, East Morrisania. Pontiac street, from Robins avenue to Prospect avenue, East Morrisania. Passage avenue, from Terrace place to Ogdeu's residence, Wilton. River street, from Cedar street to Gerard avenue, West Morrisania. River avenue, from Ella street to Central avenue, West Morrisania. Robbiiis avenue, from Grove street to Westchester av, East Morrisania. Rue street, trom Benson avenue to Carr avenue. Rider avenue, from Van Corlear street, to Main street, Mott Haven. Retreat avenue, from 147th street to Grove street, East Melrose. Rose atreet, from 3d avenue to Retreat avenue. East Melrose. Se:ond treet, from Giove avenue to Railroad avenue, Morrisania. S jrint;fieid street, from 3d avenue to Harlem Railroad, Melrose. Schuyler street, from 31 avenue to Harlem Railroad, Mehxne. Spring street, fiom ice Pond to Ella street, West Morrisania. Smeeinan street, from 3d avenue to Railroad, Mott Haven. Strong's avenue, from Forest avenue to Union avenue.
•

'.e

1

xxxii

HISTOEY OF MOEEISANIA.

Second avenue, from town line south, Highbridgeville. Sedgwick avenue, from Central avenue to town line, Highbridgeville. Summit avenue, from Central avenue to Devoe street, Highbridgeville. Southern Boulevard, from 3d avenue at Harlem Bridge, eastwardly and northeastwardly u> town line. St. Ann's avenue, from 132d street to Westchester avenue, East Morrisania. Sixth street, from Boston Road to Harlem Railroad, Morrisania. Seventh street from Bost' n Road to Harlem Railroad, Morrisania. Third street, from 3d avenue to Harlem Railroad, Morrisania. Terrace Place, from Mott street to William sti eet, Melrose. Tinton avenue, from Grove street to William street, East Morrisania. Terrace Place, Encircles " View Mount," East Morrisania. Uncas street, from Robbins avenue to Prospect avenue, East Morrisania. Union street, from Lind avenue to Bremer avenue, Highbridge. Union street, from Washington avenue to Courtland avenue, Melrose. Villa Place, from 3d avenue to Cottage street, Mott Haven. Van Stoil street, from 3d avenue to Harlem river, Mott Haven. Van Corlear street, from 3d avenue to College avenue, Mott Haven. Willis avenue, from Harlem river to 147th street, North New York. Waverly street, from 3d avenue to Harlem Railroad, Melrose. William street, from 3d avenue to Spring street, Melrose and West Morrisania. Walton avenue, from Buena Park to Grove street, Buena Ridge. Walton avenue, Irom Buena Ridge to north town line, West Morrisania. Washington avenue, from 3d avenue Melrose to town line, Morrisania. Willow avenue, from Bronx Kills to 136th street, Wilton. Willow street, from Westchester avenue westward to town line, East Morrisania. Walnut avenue, from 134th street to Port Morris Railroad, Port Morris. Wall street, from Boston Road to Union avenue, Morrisauia. 130th street, from Willis avenue to Morris avenue, North New York. 131st street, from Alexander avenue to Mill Brook, North New York. 132d street, irom Lincoln avenue to Willow avenue, North New York. 133d street, from 3d avenue to Mill Brook, North New York. 134th street, from 3d avenue to St. Ann's ave and from S. Boulevard to E&st river. 135 th street, from 3d av to S. Boulevard and from Oak av to East river. 136th street, from 3d avenue to East river. 137 th street, from 3d av to Home av, and from Oak av to East river. 138th street, from 3d avenue to East river. 139th street, from 3d av to Mill Brook, and from Oak av to East river. I40th street, from 3d av to Mill Brook, and from Oak av to East river, j 41st street, from 3d av to St. Ann's av, and from Beach ave to East river. 142d street, from 3d avenue to St. Ann's avenue, North New York. 143d street, from 3d avenue to St. Ann's avenue, North New York. 144th street, from 3d avenue to St. Ann's avenue, North New York. 145th street, from 3d avenue to St. Ann's avenue, North New York. 146th street, from 3d avenue to St. Ann's avenue, North New York. 147th street, from 3d avenue to St. Ann's avenue, North New York. 148th street, from Retreat avenue to St. Ann's avenue, North New York. 149th street, from Retreat avenue to St. Ann's avenue, North New York.

EXPLANATIONS
of Abbreviations not obvious

by
c, s,

their form

:

— r, residence
;

sec, south east corner n w avenue; h, house; n, north
;
;

north west corner
e,

south;

east

;

e c, north east corner f south west corner av5 w, west; Wr Railroad, Westchester
;

n

s

w

c,

;

Railroad.

The word
street.

" street" is omitted in all cases

and the name given, as Third

for

Third

MOEEISANIA DIBECTOEY.
ABRAMS & DANFIELD,
Abrams Albert
T, hardware, n s Wall Aberle Christian, tailor, n Deiiman 2d
s 3d av 1st h n Fifth 2d h e Boston road h w Courtland av BROS, plumbers, e s Courtland av 1st h s

hardware,

w

ABERCROMBIE

William Abercrombie John, teas, n s Seventh 4th h e 3d av Abercrombie Charles (Rev,) w s Wash'n av 4 h n First Abercrombie John, w s Washington av 4 h n First Abel Charles,- builder, s s 146th 1st h e Willis av, r n s 144th 8th h e Willis av Ackerman Abram, carpenter, r s s 142d 4th h w Willis av Adair Patrick, lbr, Port Morris Adams John, lbr, n s 143d bet Passage av & St Ann's av Adams John, clerk, N. Y., w s Tinton av 1st h n Lexington av Adams Chas, clerk, N. Y., w s Tinton av 1st h n Lexington av Adams Charles, lbr, n s 144th 6th h e 3d av Adams John, Butcher, sec 141st & 3d av Adams Thomas, lbr, s s Denman 2d h e Morris av Adams John, bookpeddler, s s William 1st h w Washington av Adlung Ferd., coachman, w s Robbins av 5th h n Wr Railroad Alwaise Mrs. Emma, wid., n s Jefferson 1st h w Boston rd Alwaise Frank P., butcher, Jefferson 1st h w Boston rd Allwise J., hop dealer, N. Y., n s 139th 1st h e Alexander av Allendorph Andrew, furniture, N. Y., r e s Franklin av bet
Spring pi & Fifth Allison Geo. H., twines, N. Y., sec William & Morris pi Althome Jacob, s 3d av 7th h s Milton Alber Cornelia, wid., laundress, e s 3d av 2d h s Rose Alexander G., boat bdr, N. Y., n s Gouverneur 3d h w Cour-

w

3d av 7th h s Mott av 1st h s Seventh Albright Eliza, Aldrich Lewis, butcher, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Seventh Allen Maria, wid., dressmkr., w s Courtland av lsths Melrose Allen John, lbr., Port Morris Allen John E., lbr., Port Morris Allen A., dry goods, N. Y., w s Tinton av 2d h n Lexington
s

land av Alexander Edward, stoves & tinware,

washerwoman,

w wsRR

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MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.

Allen Charles J., drugs, n w c Franklin av & Sixth Allexs Julius, brewer, w 8 3d ay 6th h n Third Althome Fred. D., machinist, av 2d h w 3d av Althome Joseph, lbr., n s Springfield 2d h e Court-land av Altman John, lbr., n s Clifton av 2d h s 144th Alf John, hardware, e s 3d av 1st h n 147th Almendinger Wm., hardware, w s Courtlandt av 1st lis Findley

nsEE

AJtro

Edmund W.,

Insurance, N. Y., n

s

Waverly 3d h

w

Wash' n av
Albert Michael, machinist, n s "William 4th h w Wash'n av Amnion John, brewer, n s Eighth 1st he 3d av Amos Wm. E., mfr., N. Y., w s 3d av 2d h n Railroad av Ambech Frank, tailor, s s Denman 2d h w Cortlandt av Ambach Conrad, tailor, n s Governeur 5t*n h w 3d av Angel James R., lawyer, office s s Fifth nr Wash'n av, res Fulton av 2d h s Seventh

Angel Henry B., printer, N. Y., n s 142d 2d h e 3d av. Angeline C, widow, w s Carr 1st h s Rae. Anthes Philip, tailor, n w c Gouverneur & Morris av Andra John, tailor, w s 3d av 4th h s Milton Anthony Peter, carpenter, e s 3d av 5th h n Grove Andt Gustave, lbr., n w c 3d av & Elton Angrich Joseph, carriage mkr., e s 3d av 1st h s Henry Anderson John, lbr., n s Mott 5th h w Morris av Anderson Jacob, piano mkr., nee Mary & Courtlandt av Anderson J, carpenter, s s Springfield 1st h w Courtlandt av Anderson James C, lawyer, s e c 3d av & 146th Anderson Charles M., n e c Gerard av & Ella Anderson Robert, lbr., n s Wr Railroad 2d h e Robbins av Andrew John, moulder, e s Courtlandt av 1st h s Melrose Aniehe Julius, lbr., s s 139th 1st h w 3d av Andres George, carpenter, s w c S Boulevard & Elm Appleton G. W,, bookeeper, N. Y., s s Sixth 2d h w Union av Appleton Wm. G., clerk, N. Y., e s Franklin av 1st h n Fifth Arnold Thomas, milk, w 8 Fulton av 3d h n Sixth Arnold Henry, pianomkr, n s Melrose 1st h w Courtlandt av Arnold D. P., provisions, N. Y., ss 135th 6th h e Alexander av Arnold George, brewer, e s 3d av 8th h s Seventh Armbrecht John, upholsterer, w s 3d av 2d h s Fifth Arbecker Peter, lbr., w s 3d av 2d h s Fourth Arm Jacob, brush mkr., s s Mary 6th h e Cortlandt av Armstrong Jas M., revenue, N. Y., n w c Wash'n av & Fifth Armstrong James, dry goods, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 2d h n
Fifth

Arcularius G. P., Fleetwood hotel, entrance Fleetwood Park

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.
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3

Arion Piano Manufacturing Co., Wr Railroad bet Retreat & St. Ann's avs Win. Simpson, Jr., President George C. Manner, Superintendent. Archer Jarvis, w s St. Ann's av 1st h s Westchester rd Arneau Joseph, teamster, n s Ed sell 9th h w 3d av Archibald John, clerk, N. Y., n s Concord 2d h w College av Armann Jacob, iron moulder, e s College av 4th h s Main Ash Fred'k, artist, w s Boston rd 1st h s Jefferson Aston Fred'k, painter, n s Denman 2d h e Morris av Aspel William, finisher, n s Elton 4th h e Morris av Astang Henry, brewer, s s 14Gth 3d h e Mill Brook Ashman Henry, sega M mkr, e s 3d av 3d h s 146th Ashfield William, broker, N. Y., e s Willis av 3d h n 139th Attmann Adolph, piano mkr, w s 3d av 3d h s Elton Attera James, laborer, R R av 2d h s Van Stoll Austin D., iron moulder, e s 3d av 2d h n 144th Austin Valentine, billposter, n s Wash'n av 5th h n Second Austin Henry C, billposter, n s Wash'n av 5th h n Second Austin John J., ca penter, e s 3d av 4th h s Milton Austin Edward, car driver, n s Prospect 3d h w Wash'n av Autner Henry, clerk, N. Y., n s Cottage, 14th h w College av Auerswald Charles, e s Rob bins av 4th h n Uncas Auburg Charles, brass finisher, s s Union 2d h e Cortlandt av Avery Thomas, coppersmith, e s Courtlandt av 2d h n Denman Ayme Heniw, physician, e s 3d av 5th h s Eighth Ayres Benjamin, lbr n w c Gouverneur & Morris av Azner Charles, piano mkr, e s Courtlandt av 1st h s Elton
; ,

B
Baker Wm. C., machinist & engr, Boston rd opp Wall Baker M. C, machinist, w s Union av 1st h n Wall Baker R. B., carpenter, w a Union av 1st h n Wall Baker John, masou, w s 3d av 1st h n Fourth Baker H. S. huiider, s s 143d 8th h e 3d av Baker Christian mason, w s 3d av 10th h s Milton Baker Mary, seamstress, e s 3d av 3d h n 144th Baker Daniel, coao mini, e s Walton av 4th h s Ella

Barnum Jeremi Barnum Jeremi
Barry Thomas Barry Thomas* Barry J., Sec
>

carpenter, es Fulton av 3d h n Seventh. Boston rd bet Union av & Seventh oo i, w s 3d av 2d h n Smeeman Luraer, N. Y., w s Villa pi 1st h s Home Ins., N. Y., n w c 135th & Willis av
i.u.
i
»

jr.,

(jr.,

e s

i

)

-

i

Ball

Thomas

u u

>

re lias,

N. Y.,

e s Forrest

av 2d h n

George

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MOPPISANIA DIRECTORY.

John, blacksmith, e s 3d av 1st h a Sixth Henry, printer, 86 Mott Frederick, n e c 3d av & 146th George, cabinetmkr, s s Fourth 1st h w 3d av Philip, lbr., s s Springfield 1st h w 3d av Martin, carpenter, n s Schuyler 6th h e Morris av John, tailor, s s Findley 3d h s Courtland av Barenstecker, lbr, e s 3d av 5th h s Sixth Bachtler August, w s 3d av 3d h s Fourth Bachtler Margaret, milliner, w s 3d av 3d h s Fourth Bachtler John M., police, w s 3d av 2d h n Fifth Barnett, G. A. C, lawyer, N. Y., e s Franklin av 2d h n Fifth* Barth Alber, segar nifr, e s 3d av 1st h s Third Backus Wm. M. turner, N. Y., e s 3d av bet Cliff & First pi Backus Henry M.' turner, N. Y., e s 3d av bet Cliff & First pi Bachman Wm., gilder, e s Franklin av 1st s Seventh Bayer Frederick, clerk, s w c Franklin av & Seventh Bawelker Frank, cigar mfr, e s 3d av 4th s Fifth Bathgate Alex., farmer, s s Seventh opp Clinton Bathgate William, butcher, n s 145th 1st h e 3d av Bachem Mathias, stone-cutter, n a Prospect 5th h e Courtland av Baldwin Charles, P P conductor, n s Prospect 4th h e Courtland av Baldwin William 1L, broker, N. Y., e s Willis av 3d h n 135th Baenisch Carl, cigarmkr, e s Courtland av 1st h n Prospect Bawmet Frank, cigarmkr, s s Milton 8th h e Courtland av Barth Jacob, peddler, s s First 3d h w P P av Baas Francis J., mason, s s William 1st h w Wash'n av Batey Joseph, newsdealer, e s Courtland av 1st. h n William Barnes Horace, Port contractor, Port Morris Bancroft L. F., diver, Port Morris Baity John, contractor, n s 134th 2d h e 3d av Ballow John, iron moulder, w s 3d av 2d h n Smeeman Bachman John, iron moulder, w s Concord opp Elm Bachman Jacob, tailor, s s Waverly 4th h w Wash'n av Bachman John, lbr., n a Springfield oth h e Courtland av Bauman Henry, gardener, w s S Boulevard 1st h 8 Lexington. Baylan James, laborer, s s Mott 1st h w College av Barnegan Elizabeth, wid., s s Mott 1st h w College av Balcom Henry, butcher, N. Y., n sMain 1st h w 3d av Balcorn Henry, jr., clerk, N. Y., n s Main 1st h w3d av Bassford Wm. Kipp, musician, nee College av & Concord Bates George M., mfr., N. Y., s s Concord 3d h w 3d av Bailey James, laborer, s s 146th 2d h e Mill Brook

Bauer Bauer Bauer Bauer Bauer Bauer Bauer

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.

5

"Barnes William, clerk, N. Y., s s 147 th 1st li e Clifton av Bartell Martha, wid., n s 144th 4th h e Willis av Baxter Patrick, Ibr., s s 144th 2d h w Willis av Balcom John, iron moulder, s s 144th 2d h w Willis av Barrett Mr., surveyor, s s 140th 3d h w Willis av Bache W. M., carpenter, w s Willis av 1st h s 143d Baumann Stephen, e s 3d av 3d h n 141st Baxter Julia, boarding, e s 3d av 5th h n 147th Barrice Wm., brewer, w s Wash'in av 4th h n Sixth Balz Frederick, barber, e s Courtland av 1st h s Melrose Bandel Elizabeth, wid., seamstress, s s Elton 3d h e Courtland av

Bahrens Henry, clerk, sec Governeur & Courtiand av Barrow John, plumber, n s Governeur 3d h w 3d av Barnes Charles, carpenter, e s Morris av 2d h n Benson Bagnall C. & R., drygoods, e s 3d av 1st h s Westchester rd Barllinger Wm., bone-boiler, w 8 Gerard 2d h s Juliet Bailey Henry M., mer., N. Y., e s Walton av 1st h s Ella Baer Jacob, lbr., w s Retreat av 4th h s Grove Barker Henry L., foreman, e s St. Ann's av 1st h s Westchester rd

Banigan Thomas, coachman,
chester rd

w
c

s

Eagle av 4th h

s

West-

Batey Thomas, boatman, n

w

Bach John,

Waverly 4th h w Wash'n av Bale Thomas, collector, n s Milton 1st li e Terrace pi Bale Frank, pianomkr, n s Milton 1st h e Terrace pi Barker Wm. H., moulder, nee Washi'n av & Milton Bell Middleton, w s Macomb av 3d h s Grove
lbr., s s

Findley

&

Courtland av

Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell

A., hardware, Tatus, contractor,

nee
n

3d av & 140th,
s

r

wsRR

av opp 4th

145th 4th

li

e

3d av

av 2d h n Irving pi sec Boston rd & Sixth AV., carpenter, N. Y., sec Boston rd & Sixth R av 1st h s AVash'n av George, lbr., w s Berence John, saddler, w s 3d av 3d h n Mott Beck Louis H., carriagemkr, N. Y., n s Springfield 2d h e Morris av Beck John M., real estate agent, w s 3d av 3d h n Edsell, BEALS WILLIAM R., Sec'y Westchester Co., Gas Co., s e c 142d & Alexander av Beals Christopher D., mer., N. Y., n w e Grove av & 2d pi Beals Harry, lbr., e s Forest av 1st h s Wall Belzner Frederick, grocery, n s 147th 1st h e 3d av Beeck Charles, crgarmkr, s s Concord 2d h w College av
s

Wm., w
George George

RR

S.,

builder, N. Y.,

R

6

MOEEISANIA DIRECTORY.

Beeck Edward, bartender, s s Concord 2 h w College av Beach Charles, carpenter, w s College av 2d h n Lowell Behring Henry, carpenter, n s 145th 2d h w Mill Brook Becker Henry, polisher, n s 145th 3d h w Mill Brook Betz Henry, teamster, n s 144th 1st h w Clifton av Bender Joseph, carpenter, n s 143d 4th h w Willis av Bender Philip, ins. agent, e s 3d av opp Fourth Bender John, tailor, n s Waverly Sth h w Wash'n av Berenice Charles, blacksmith, s s 144th 1st h w Willis av Benson Rodnej drygoods, N. Y., av s Willis av 2d h n 141st Becker John, painter, e s 3d av 6th h n 146th Benzler John, tailor, n s Grove 1st h e 3d av Bellion John, teapacker, w s Eetreat av Isth s Grove Bellion Michael, teapacker, n s Eetreat av 1st h s Grove Bee Jacob, junk, s s Gerard 2d h e Eetreat av Betzig Edward, tailor, e s St. Ann's av 1st h n Wr Eailroad Bentell Christian, clerk, n s Wr Eailroad 3d li e St. Ann's av Berrien Geo. H., mason, s s Prospect 2d h w Courtland av
7
,

Milton & Courtland av Beirmeister Conrad, drygoods, Beatty Mary, wid., s s William 3d h e Courtland av Beetman E. L., tobacconist, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 1st h Eindlev Beguir Luke, waiter, N. Y., s s Milton 7th h e Courtland av Bennett John, mer., N. Y., n w c Morris pi & William Bennett Emerson, plumber, n w c Morris pi & William Bennett Eli, broker, N. Y., s s Second 2d h e E E av Belmont Francis, cigarmkr, nee Wash'n av & First Betz Jacob, weaver, s s Fourth 2d h w 3d av

nee

s

Beath George, machinist, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 1st h n Fourth Benchine George, lbr., e s Wash'n av 4th h n Fourth Becker Michael, tailor, n s Schuyler, 4th h e Morris av Bean John, hostler, n s Elton 5th h w 3d av Benzler Matthew, dyer, n s Elton 5th h w 3d av Bertrand Alex., painter, s s Mary 1st h w Wash'n av Bemer Frederick, baker, n s Springfield 7th he Courtland. av Berg Henry, pianomkr, av s Courtland av 1st h s Springfield Bede Eichard, blacksmith, s s Denraan 3d h s Courtland av Berger Jeza, actor, n s Govorneur 4th h w Courtland av Berlew James, teamster, sec Governeur & orris av Bezy Alfred, lbr., sec Governeur & Morris av Beckhaus William, lbr., w s 3d av 9th h s Milton Bee John, peddler, w s 3d av 2d h s Henry Beirmeister Henry, lbr., n s Benson 3d h av 3d av Berdett Wash'n, gardener, e s Boston rd bet Homo * George

M

-

MOERISANIA DIRECTORY.

T

Besemer Jacob H., blacksmith, w s 3d av nr Second, r n s Second 1st h w 3d av Bergen Patrick J., liquors, w s 3d av opp Boston rd Bergert Charles, brewer, w s 3d av 6th h s Third Berdaner Wentxel, cigarmkr, w s Washington' av 1st h n
Second

Waah'n av clerk, N. Y., n s Eighth 3 h Birdsall John, bartender, n e c S Boulevard & 3d av Birdsall Sol. S., C. H. officer, s e c St. Ann's av & 138th Birdsall Henry, clerk, N. Y., s e c St. Ann's av & 138th Birdsall Herman, carpenter, n c Mott & 3d av

Begg

Wm,

w

w

Bingham Samuel,
3d av

printer's rollers, printer's rollers,

N. Y., n
N. Y., n

s

Garden Garden
s

1st
1st

h h

w

Bingham Leander,
h

s

w

College av Bingham M. Tillmore, printer's rollers, N. Y., n

Garden

1st

3d av Birney John, brass founder, N. Y.,

w

e

s

College av 2nd h a

Main
Bionki Francois, stone-cutter, s s 144th 3d h w Willis av Birchall Nathan, coal & dye -woods, Port Morris Birchall Henry, coal, West Farms, Port Morris Birchall Nathan, jr., clerk, Port Morris Birchall & Chapman, coal & plaster, w s 3d av 6th h n Edsell & Port Morris Bisland William, milkman, s s 144th 3d h e 3d av Birch Geo B., n s Melrose, 3d h n Courtland av Bittel Mary M., wid., nee Findley & Terrace pi Binder Frederick, bakery, e s 3d av 3 h s 146th Binder John, barber, w s Courtland av 1st h s Waverly Binder Joseph, brewer, w s II R av opp Seventh Binder (Mr.,) brewer, nee Wash'n av & Seventh Bishop Philip H., butcher, e s Bobbins av 1st h n Uncas Bishop Edward, real estate, N. Y, w s Boston rd 2d h n Sixth Bishop F.r W., book keeper, N. Y., w s Boston rd 2d h n Sixth Bishop Yv IT., book keeper,N. Y., w s Boston rd 2d h n Sixth Bishopberger Charles, upholsterer, w s 3d av 2d h s Fifth Bishopberger, tailor, w s Fulton av 7th h s Eighth r w s Bigelow A. J., physician, office Fifth st, 3d h e R R av, Boston rd 1st h n Fifth
.

Biggs Fred., express,

e s

3dav

1st

h n Fifth
Courtland av Courtland av Courtland av av

Bissinger Wm., tailor, s s Springfield 1st h e Biachoff Henry, butcher, n s Schuyler 3d h e BischofT Philip, butcher, n s Schuyler 3d h e Bittner Mary, seamstress, s w c Benson & 3d

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MOEEISANIA DIRECTORY.

Biecker Peter, tailor, e s 3d av 5th h n Grove Birnstid August, carpenter, s s Cliff 2d h w Eorest av Blauvelt Mrs. Emma, wid., s s Sixth 3d h e Boston rd Blauvelt John J., sash & blinds, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Seventh Blauvelt Joseph J., clerk, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Seventh Blauvelt Edwin J., builder, N. Y., n s Elton 3d h e Morris av Blessing John A., saloon, e s 3d av 7th h s Eighth Blake Charles, agent, e s Franklin av 7th h n Sixth Bloomer John H., carpenter, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Eighth Bleecker Anthony J., auc'r, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 3d h n Sixth Bleecker Anthony J., jr., auctioneer, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 3d h n Sixth Blackard Erancis, carver, N. Y., s s First 4th h w 3 av Blackett James, machinist, w s Courtland av 2d h n Mott Blair Win., porter, s s Melrose 5th h w Wash'n av Blankenburg William, cabinetmkr, s s Springfield 5th h w 3d av Blume Alguin, music teacher, e s Courtland av 2d h s Springfield

Blaiith Peter, jr., painter, n s Schuyler 2d h e Courtland av Blanth Peter, tailor, n s Schuyler 2d h e Courtland av 3d av Blankenberger Christian, mason, n s Schuyler 8th h

w

s Cottage 15th li w College av Black Edward, lawyer, N. Y., n s Lexington 2d h e Robbinsav Blaney Hugh, iron moulder, s w c S Boulevard & Lexington Blaney Mary, dressmkr, s w c S Boulevard & Lexington Blakely, Thomas, blacksmith, N. Y., s s Willow pi 1st h e College av Bleil Philip, fish, N. Y., s s 146th 1st h e Mill Brook BLYTHE J. H. G., lawyer, e s 3d av 1st h s 145th, r s e c WilloAv pi & College av Bleiger Henry, lbr., e s Bobbins av 4th h n Uncas Bleicher Henry, foreman, s s Westchester rd 2d h e Eagle av Blume Ernest, buttons, s s First 1st h e Courtland av Bleuler Charles, grocer, n s Union 1st h e Courtland av Bohmfolk J. T., n s Cottage 10th h w College av Bowen James (Capt.,) saloon, n e c S Boulevard & 3d av Bolton Henry, mason, w s 3d av 3d h s Edsell Bohtram August, iron moulder, av s 3d av 5th h n Smeeman Bohlen Charles, grocer, e s 3d av 1st h n 140th Boyle Adam, lbr., e s Concord 2d h s Elm Boulard J. M., musician, e s College av 1 h n Concord Boulard James, jr., clerk, N. J., e s College av 1st h n Concord Bottz Charles, lbr., s s 144th 1st h w Willis av

Blount Henry,

lbr.,

Port Morris

Blaxham John, n

MOEEISANIA DIEECTOEY.;
Bogart William, silversmith, N. Y., ander av
s s

9

135th 4th h e Alex-

Bogart Wm., carpenter, s s "William 1st h w Wash'n av Bonnett Jacob, carpenter, N. Y., s s 135th 10th h e Alexander av Boss E., tailor, w s Willis av 1st h n 144th Bose Carl, saloon, s s Uncas 3d h w Tinton av Borsig Herman, locksmith, w s Conrtland av 1st li n Melrose Botalish Catharine, wid., Conrtland av 2d h s Milton Bolton John, lbr., N. Y., s s Milton 8th h w Wash'n av Boyer Henry, lbr., w s Conrtland av 1st h s Waverly Bohling H., milkman, e s Eetreat av 6th h n Westchester av Boscher John, lbr., n s Grove 2d h e 3d av Bodley Mr., coachmkr, s s Gerard 1st h e Eetreat av Bohme Leypold, grocer, e s 3d av 4th h s Sixth Bolmer William, paper hangings, w s 3d av 1st h n Fourth Bostwick B. C, w s Franklin av 3d h s Eighth Bostwick S. B., broker, N. Y.,ws Franklin av 3d h s Eighth Bostwick W. E., broker, N. Y., av s Franklin av 3dh s Eighth Bostwick George, lbr., s s Third 2d h e E E av Bourne Francis, carpenter, s s Sixth 2d h w Franklin av Booth Charles L., express, n s Seventh 2d h w Franklin av Bowen Wm., clerk, N. Y., s w c Wash'n av & Second Bossart Amandus J., carriagemkr, w s Courtland av 2d h s

Mary Boyd Eobert, gardener, n s Bonekaw Eobert, clerk, N.
land av

Springfield 8th h w 3d av Y., s s Springfield 1st h

w

Court-

s Schuyler 2d h w 3d av Governeur 2d h w Morris av BOWES A. & J., grocers, 3d av & Mill Brook Bowes James, grocer, e s 3d av 2d h w St. Ann's av Boske Conrad, dealer second hand goods, w s 3d av 12th h

Borhman

Caspar, painter, n
s

Both Jacob, cigarmkr., n

s

Milton

Bondy Wm., cooper, s s Fifth 2d h w 3d av Bourbon James, n s Ella 3d h e Morris pi Bowman John P., carpenter, w s E E av 2d h n Fourth Braudlacht Anthony J., hardware, s w c 3d av & Denman Brinckman Fred'k., e s 3d av 3d h s Westchester rd Brown Hannah, wid., w s Courtland av 1st h s Melrose Brown William, lbr., n s Springfield 6th h w 3d av Brown H., wid., laundress, s s Schuyler 4th h w Wash'n av Brown Thomas, police, s w c Westchester rd & Eagle av Brown Francisco, grocer, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Prospect Brown Olivia, laundry, n s Waverly 4th h e Courtland av

10

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.

Brown Edward, carpenter, w s Franklin av 3d h n Eighth Brown Robert I., real estate, n s Fifth 2d h eR R av Brown Geo., B., carriage-trimmer, w s Wash'n av 1st h n
Fourth

Brown James B., shoemkr, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Fourth Brown Thomas, lbr., Port Morris Brown Eliza, wid., s s Cottage 2d h w College av Brown Hermann, grocer, Port Morris Brown Timothy, saloon, n s Van Stoll 1st h e It R av Brown William, iron moulder, n s Mott 3d h w 3d av Brown Ann E., wid., n s Mott 3d h w 3d av Brown Henry, mason, w s 3d av 3d h s Edsell Brown Thomas, lbr., e s Bobbins av 2d h s Wr Railroad Brown Eliza, bonnet frames, e s 3d av 4th h n 144th Brown Albert, confectioner, e s 3d av 1st h n 146th Brown Wm. F., lawyer, off 3d av opp Westchester rd Bray Wm., II., editor, N. Y\, e s Yilla pi 2d h s Home Bray Mrs. Susan, s s Spring pi 1st h e 3d av Bray Arthur, tailor, n w o Fulton av & Fifth
Brady Brady Brady Brady Brady Brady Brady Brady
Governeur 2d h w Morris av Morris av 1st h n Denman James, plasterer, e s Morris av 3d h n Benson James, lbr., Port Morris Hugh, lbr., n s Cottage 17th h w College av Phillip, grocer, n w. c 3d av & Edsell James, stone-cutter, w s 3d av 5th h n Concord
Michael,
lbr.,

n

s

Edward,

lbr..

w

s

John, gardener, e s Wash'n av 4th h s Milton Brixner Banro, lbr., n w c Boston rd & Spring pi Bristow George F.. music, sec Forest av & George Brandow Mrs. Mary A., dressmkr, s e c Seventh & 3d av Brnder Eliza, w s 3d av 6th h s Seventh Brann John A., brewer, o s 3d av 5th h s Seventh (rear) Brant Mrs. Magaret, w s 3d av 6th h n Fifth Brentty George, brewer, w s 3d av 2d h s Fourth Britton Alex., mason, w s Franklin av 2d h s Seventh Brickie Matthias, lbr., e s 3d av 7th h s Filth Brinkerhorf J. Hewitt, photographer, w s Fulton av 1st h n Seventh Brodhead John, real estate, e s Fulton av 2d h s Eighth Brandt C. F. G., leather & linding, e s Wash'n av 2d h n Second Brunner Julius, toy mi'r., w s E R av 3d h s Sixth Breslin John, coachman, o s R R av 2d h n Third Brunt Miss Jane A., s s Third 1st h e Wash'n av Brindle Henry, driver, n e c Wash'n av & Fourth

MORRIS ANI A DIRECTORY.

11

Brisener Frederick, hostler, n w o Boston rd & Spring pi Brigerman Charles, cigarmkr, nee Wash'n av & First Bradbury Charles B., teacher, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 2d h n

Brusto Patrick, lbr., n s Governeur 2d h w Morris av Brophy James, lbr., n s Denman 2d h w Morris av Bronioon James, lbr., s s Benson 4-th h e Morris av Bryan Morris, lbr., Port Morris Bryan John, lbr., R R av 1st h s Yan Stoll

Eighth

James, butcher, N.Y., ns Waverly 7th h w Wash'n av Britton Charles, engineer, s s Edsell 6th h w 3d av Brittain John, carpenter, s s William 5th h w Wash'n av Braund E. M., wid., confectionary, w s 3dav 6th h n Smeeman Brennan John, saloon, w s 3d av 7th h n Smeeman

Briggs Briggs Briggs Briggs

(Capt.,) Grove & Harlem river Augustus, clerk, N. Y., Grove & Harlem river Samuel, carpenter, N. Y., n s 139th 3d h e 3d av

George

Brennan Patrick, carpenter, w s Clifton av 2d h s 143d Brennan James, sash & blinds, s s 143d 2d h w Clifton av Brennen Dennis, carpenter, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Waverly Brennan John, tailor, s s Edsell 2d h w 3d av Brenner John, engr., w s Tinton av 1st h n Wr Railroad Brenner Christian, crockerymkr, n s Wr Railroad 6th h
Robbins av Brenner Anton, crockerymkr, n
bins av
s

e

Wr

Railroad 5th h

e

Rob-

Brenner Jacob, framer, n s Union 2d h e Courtland av Brenner Johann, crockerymkr, n s Wr Railroad 4th h e RobBrandt George, lbr., s s Springfield 6th h w 3d av Brooks Joseph, shoemkr., sec Springfield & Courtland av Brien Jacob, mason, s s Schuyler 3d h e Courtland av Bruggeman Joseph, tailor, n s Elton 12th h w Wash'n av Bradbrook John, hotel, sec Gerard av & Cedar, r e s Gerard 2d h n Juliet Brabham Robert, brass finisher, n s Milton 5th h w Wash'n av Brabham Henry, moulder, s s Union 3d h w Wash'n av Brabham Wm. S., mason, s s Union 3d h w Wash'n av Brook Samuel, carpenter, n s Union 7th h e Courtland av Bruckner Geo., brewer, sec Wash'n av & William Bruckner Louis, brewer, sec Wash'n av & William Bruckner John, lbr., w s Wash'n av 1st li s Prospect Bronchette Joshua, optician, s s Milton 3d h w Wash'n av Browel John, cooper, w s Retreat av 3d h s Rose
bins av

Braun Henry, shoemkr,

s s

144th 1st h

w

Willis av

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s

Braun Henry, sash & blinds, n 143d 2d h e 3d av

143d

1st

li

e

3d

av, r

n

s

Bradley Christy, lbr., e s Eobbins av 2d h s Wr Eailroad Brockner Jefferson & Bros., grocers, w s 3d av 4th h s Fifth Brundage E., carpenter, e s odav 4th h n 14Gth

Buchannan Pat., carpenter, e s Clinton 1st h s Jefferson Buchannan Thomas, lather, e s Clinton 1st h s Jefferson Buchannan John, carpenter, e s Clinton 1st h s Jefferson Burgert John, cigar mfr, w s 3d av 3d h n Sixth Buckhout Henry, teller, N. Y., e s Franklin av 1st h n 3d av
junction
E., s s Spring pi 1st h e 3d av s 3d av opp Spring pi Ed., engineer, av 3d h n Eighth s Buhling John, butcher, Buhler Geo., saloon, n s Eailroad 2d h e St. Ann's av Buhler Joseph, stationer, n s Fifth 3d av

Burrows Ealph

Burgman

w w EE Wr

lieEE

Bultra Anton, cigarmkr, e s Wash'n av 2d h n Sixth Busch Fred. AV., clerk, n s Third 2d h w 3d av Busch Michael, cabinetmkr, n s Elton 12 th h w 3d av Bush Amanda, wid., s s Findley 1st h w Wash'n av Burt John, contractor, e s Wash'n av 1st h n Eighth Burgler Christoph., tailor, s s Elton 3d h e Morris av Butler Thomas, lbr., e s E av 1st h n Elton Butler Edward, carpenter, n s Benson 2d h e Morris av Butler Theodore, brass finisher, n s Wash'n av 1st hn Melrose Butler Wm., lbr., s s William 1st li w Wash'n av Butler James, civil engineer & surveyor, e s 3d av 3d h s 136th Burger John, carpenter, n s Schuyler 5th h e Morris av Bullman Edwin, pianomkr, N. Y., n s Elton 8th h w 3d av Burkhardt Mary, wid., s s Schuyler 5th h e Courtland av Burkhard Joseph, carpenter, sec Tinton av & Pontiac Butt Polkhard, pianomkr, s s Melrose 5th h e Courtland av Butt John, lbr., n s Melrose 6th h e Courtland av Buser Mr. machinist, N. Y., n s Mary 8th h w Wash'n av Burns Michael, teamster, e s 3d av 1st h w St. Ann's av Burns Edward, iron moulder, e s 3d av 2d h s 141st Burns Thomas, iron moulder, e s 3d av 2d h s 141st Burns Joseph, horseshoer, n s Westchester rd 4th h e Eetreat av Buchelberger Bernard, saloon, n w c 3d av & Elton Buscher Charles, painter, e s 3d av 4th h s Eose Buhler Charles, machinist, w s 3d av 2d h n Denman Burr Oliver, cigarmkr, e s Courtland av 5th h n Mott Bullman Arthur, junk, s s Prospect 6th h e Courtland av Buddenich Chas. A., builder, N. Y., s s Ella 1st h s Morris pi
(

E

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Bulger John, gardener, nee 138th & St. Ann's av Bullock Susan, wid., nee 139th & Alexander av Bullock John, clerk, N. Y., e s Alexander av 4th h s 140th Burgoyne James, machinist, N. Y., s s Garden 9th h w College av Burgoyne Henry, porter, N. Y., n s Milton 4th h e Courtland av Bunting Henry P. L., w s College av 5th h n Concord r Butner Lewis, bookkeeper, N. Y ., s s 146th 2d h e Mill Brook Burnett Charles P. A., cashier, N. Y., e s Pulton av 3d h s Seventh Burnett John L., ins. office, nee 145th & 3d av Burnett William H., physician, e s 3d av 1st h n 146th Bussing Prancis, saw mill, N. Y., n s 139th 2d h e 139th Butter Charles, stone-mason, e s 3d av '2d h s 141st Burritt James, painter, sec 141st & 3d av Bunker Willam, painter, e s 3d av 5th h n 146th Buxton Thomas B., carpenter, e s Courtland av 1st h nPindley Buxton Thomas B., jr., lbr., e s Courtland av 1st h n Pindley Buxton lbr., e s Courtland av 1st h n Pindley Bun-ell Wm., porter, N. Y., s s Waverly 4th h s Courtland av Bundsehuh Anton, tailor, w s Robbins av 6th h n Uncas Bude Diedrich, lbr., w s Robbins av 6th h n Uncas Byrnes James, bridge-tender, s s Edseli 6th h w 3d av Byrns John, lbr., s s Mott 1st h w College av Byrns Patrick, lbr., s s Mott 6th h w College av Byrns John, lbr., e s 3d av 3d h n 141st Byrns Patrick, lbr., e s 3d av 3d h n 141st Byrne A. L., liquors, e s 3d av 2d h n 143d Catherine, wid., boarding-house, n s Mott 1st h w Col-

Burke Patrick, teamster, Port Morris Burke James, lbr., R R av 1st h s Van Stoll Burke Patrick, lbr., s s Benson 3d li w Morris av Burke John, marble-cutter, s s Union 4th h e Courtland av

Wm,

Byrne

1st Byrne Daniel, lbr., w s Courtland av T h n Waverly averly Byrnes James, lbr., Wash'n 2d h n Byrnes James, Jr., laborer, Wash'n av 2d h n Waverly

lege av

W

c
Caulfield William, clerk, Carr Patrick, milkman, n Carr Austin, livery stable,

N. Y., n
s

s Cottage 8th h w College av Cottage 1st h e R R av R av ft Fourth, r w s R R av 1st

R

h n Pourth

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Carr William S. & Co., foundry, nee Ryder av & Smeeman Carr Frank H., livery stable, R R av ft Fourth, r n e c R R av & Third Carr Alonzo, grocer, s w c Wash'n av & Second, & w s 3d av 2d h s 138th rws Wash'n av 1st h s Second Carney Patrick, n w c Macomb av & Grove Carley B., oyster dealer, N. Y., e s Macomb av Gth h s Main Carter James, It engineer, s s Edsell 3d h w 3d av Carey Clarence, lawyer, N. Y., n s 134th 1st h w St. Ann's av Caine Patrick, laborer, n s Hendrick 1st h w 3d av Caiolin Terence, saloon, w s 3d av 4th h n 139th Carey Patrick, laborer, e s Robbins av 1st h s Lexington Carrissa John, peddler, e s Robbins av 2d h s Lexington Cassalina Could, stone cutter, s s 144th 2d h w Willis av Calvert William, builder, s s 143d 1st he 3d av Carey Thomas, carpenter, s s 143d 2d h e 3d av Cannon Harrison, indexer, n s 139th 4th h w Willis av Cannon Le Grand B., s s 134th 1st h w Willis av Cannon U. A., clerk, N. Y., s s 134th 3d h w Willis av Carey Thomas, laborer, e s 3d av 1st h n 141st Cairns James, laborer, e s 3d av 1st h n 141st Carney Pet^r, laborer, w s 3d av Gth h s Mott Callaghan Chris., harness, N. Y., s s Elton 8th h s Morris av Callagban Ellen, laundress, sec Governeur & Courtlandt av Callaghan Patrick, laborer, s s Benson 7th h e Morris av Callaghan Pat., laborer, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Waverly Carroll John, laborer, w s 3d av 10th h s Milton Castello Jose G. del, n s Mott 8th h w Courtlandt av Carew M. J., carpenter, n s Mott 3d h w College av Calder John, clerk, N. Y., s s Prospect 6th h e Courtlandt av Carlile Horace, merchant, N. Y., s e c Morris pi & Helen Carlile N. D., merchant, N. Y., sec Morris pi & Helen CAMPBELL A. M. & A., masons & builders, Spring plnr Boston id

Campbell H. S., gents furnishing goods and agt. Staten Island dye works, nee 143d & 3d av Campbell Andrew D., carpenter, w s 3d av 5th h n 139th Campbell George, carpenter, n s Concord 3d h w College av Campbell Win., engineer, n s Milton 2d h w Wash'n av Campbell Allen M., builder, s s Home 1st h w Union av. Campbell John M., carpenter, n s Spring pi 2d h av Boston rd Campbell Alex., builder, n s Spring pi 2d h w Boston rd Campbell Wm., mason, e s av A 1st h s Cliff Campbell Bridget, wid., nee Courtlandt av & Union Campbell Hugh J., stoves & tinware, w s 3d av 4th h s Sixth

MOEEISANIA DIEECTOEY.
Carroll Carroll Carroll Carroll
Pat.,

15

w s Willis av 1st h s 145th shoemkr, w s Wash'n av 3d h s Fifth Pat., mason, esEEavlsths Union
Edward, laborer,

Pat., driver,

esEEavlsths

Union

»

Callahan James, mason, s s Third 1st h e E E av Carpenter Higbie, hotel, s e c E E av & Fifth Carpenter Thomas, milk, n s Strong's av 2d h w Union av Cashman Pat'k, trackmaster, w s 3d av 4th h n Fifth Calm Fred., gardener, s s Sixth 2d h e Boston rd Castle Geo., butcher, n w c 3d av & Fourth Carrigue P. D., DeGraaf House, e s 3d av bet Cliff & First pi Carrigan Thomas, fireman, e s E E av 2d h n Third Cailer Michael, laborer, s s Third 2d h e E E av Cammerden Henry E., n s Seventh, 1st h w Wash'n av Cannon John, tailor, n s Eighth 1st h w 3d av Casbarie Eosina Mrs., s s First 6th h w 3d av Carber Charles, soda water, n w c Wash'n av & Fourth Casey Oliver, messenger, s s Mary 4th h w Wash'n av Carnage Augustus, dry goods, w s Courtlandt av 1st h s Melrose Campion Frederick, grocer, w s Courtlandt av 1st h s Melrose Cambers & Co., grocers, s w c Schuyler & Courtlandt av Cambers Louis, grocer, s w c Schuyler & Courtlandt av Cauldwell William, publisher, N. Y., sec Boston rd & George Caldwell John, lbr., nee Elron & E E av Caldwell Wm., carpenter, n e c Elton & E E av Cessely John, liquors, sec Eobbins av & Uncas Chapman W. PL, dye wood-, Port Morris Chapman Wm. S., banker, N. Y., sec Grove av & Wall Chegwidden Alexander, coffee roaster, N. Y., s s 141st, 3d he Alexander av Chegwidden Thos., coffee roaster, n s 140th 4th h w Willis av Chamberlain Geo. A. W., la w s Boston rd 1st h s Jefferson >t h s Sixth Challis James C, w s Boston e Chamber Jas., si one cutter, N Clinton 1st h n Seventh
,

Cassien Patrick, machinist, n s Union 5 th h e Courtlandt av Cassien Edward, brassfinisher, n s Union 5th h e Courtlandt av Cane James, gardner, s s William 4th h w Wash'n av Eobbins av & Pontiac Campion Dennis, gardener, Cahall Timpson, lbr., e s Terrace pi 1st h n Eailroad Callahan James, gardner, n s New 2d h w Union av Callahan Wm., lbr., n s Strong's av 3d h e Forest av

nee

Wr

-

.

Chave Bernard M.,

builder,

iv
>

id
s

h

s

Fifth
1st

<Cherodcan August, sculptor lin av

Seventh

h

e

Frank-

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MOEEISANIA DIRECTORY.
w
Frank-

Child Edmund, insurance, N. Y., n s Seventh 3d h lin av Chudoba Frank, shoemkr, s s Third 3d h w 3d av

CHISHOLM WALTEE,
3d av

Jb.

&

Co., grocers, s s Fifth 1st

h

w

Chapin Charles C, express, s w c Wash'n av & Sixth Charlton George T.,ws 3d av 2d h s Elton Chaurd Ered'k, lbr., e s 3d av 1st h s Henry Chrystie Thomas, plumber, n w c Mott & Morris av Chick John, mason, e s Courtlandt av 1st h s Springfield Chormann Fred., brewer, w s av A 4th h s cliff Champion Joseph, miner, n s William 1st h w Wash'n av Chase Geo. G., letter carrier, s s Findlay 1st h w Wash'n ar Christoph Edmund, whitewashes n s Prospect 'id h e Courtlandt av Chrispil Charles, coachman, e s Walton av 3d h s Ella Clifford Michael, saloon, Port Morris Clahan Patrick, laborer, Port Morris Clair Bernard, laborer, Port Morris Clemons Charles, waiter, s s Van Stoll 2d h w 3d av Clendening Willard, lbr., w s Macomb av 2d h s Yan Stoll Clarke John, bakery, e s 3d av 4th h n 147th Clarke I. F., carpenter, n s 139th 4th h w 3d av Clarke John, carpenter, n s 139th 4th h w 3d av Clarke John, peddler, n s Elton 1st h e E E av Clark Eobert, w s av A lsth s Cliff Clark Jane, wid., n s Westchester rd 2d h w Union av Clark John J., clerk, Board of Education, Office, Townhall, r n s Westchester rd 2d h w Union av Clark Frederick, waiter, w s Courtlandt av 1st h s Findley Clark Thomas, lbr., w s Courtlandt av 4th hn Union Clark Geo., white washer, n s Prospect 4th h w Wash'n av Clark Mildred 0., w s College av 3d h n Lowell Clarke George A., furniture, N. Y., s s 140th 3d h e Alexander av Clark J. T., stair builder, e s 3d av 4th h s 135th, r n s 134th 3d h w Willis ay Clark J. P., stair builder, e s 3d av 4th h s 135th, r n s 134th 3d h av Willis av Clark Timothy, lbr., s s 149th 2d h w Clifton av Clark John, clerk, w s 3d av 3d h n Garden Clinton Patrick, lbr., n s 139th 5th h w 3d av Clock J. M., carpenter, N. Y., w s Willis av 1st h s 142d Clare James, lbr., sec 3d av & 141st Claflin Otis M., cartman, e s E E av 1st h s Fifth

MCEBLSANIA DIRECTORY.

17

Claus Jordan, tailor, w s 3d av 5tli h s Seventh Cline Philip, blacksmith, w s 3d av 4th h s Third Cline John, gardener, w s Union av 1st h n Sixth Classon Ed., machinist, w s E E av 1st h n Eighth Clauson Mark, lbr., w s 3d av 3d h s Third Closter Mary, dress mkr., sec Springfield & Courtlandt av Clifford Eichard W., mason, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Schuyler Clancy Thdmas, s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av Class Adolph, tailor, s s Eindley 6th h w Wash'n av Cyrus John, framer, n s Waverly -4th h w Wash'n av Coling G. W., shoe fitter, N. Y., s s Cottage 3d h w College av Collins James, car driver, w s 3d av 1st h s Mott 'Colwell Thomas, clerk, s s Edsell 5th h w 3d av Converse Frank, musician, n s 137th 1st h e St. Ann's av Conover L. V., iron founder, N. Y\, s s Union 1st hw Wash'n av Conover George, plumber, N. Y., n s Lowell 3d h e College av Conley Bernard, watchman, N. Y\, w s 3d av 2d hn Smeeman Connelly Barney, lbr., w s 3d av 3d h n Van Stoll Connelly Mark, stone cutter, n s 145th 2d h e Willis av Connell James, w s 3d av 3d li n Garden Coon George, builder, N. Y~., w s 3d av 3d h n 139th Cooney Mr., gardener, s s First 5th h w 3d av Cottell John, peddler, e s Concord av 1st h s Lexington Concress Henrv, nee Willis av & 145th Colange Leo. D., editor, N. Y., s s 136th 4th h e Alexander av Cobell Constantine, blacksmith, n s 148th 1st h s Betreat av Connigham Wm., lbr., w s Eagle av 1st h s Westchester rd Corcoran Patrick, lbr., e s Terrace pi 1st h n Wr Eailroad Conrad Wm., stone cutter, s s Mary 5th h w Wash'n av Coleman August, lbr., w s Wash'n av 1st h n Schuyler Coleman Ik-others, saloon, nee 139th & 3d av Coleman Bernard, w s Courtlandt av 3d h n Union Coleman Patrick, lbr., w s 3d av 4th h n Sixth Coleman Albert, framer, e s Benson av 1st h n Westchester rd Cole Russell, w s Carr av 4th h s 156th Cole Sarah, n s Main 5th h e E av Cole Elizabeth C, dressmkr., n s Elton 10th h w 3d axCole Edwin F., clerk, e s E E av 2d h n Eighth Cole Isaac, carpenter, e s Wash'n av 5th h n Seventh Coles Daniel, furniture, N. Y'., w s Forest av 3d h n Cliff Coles James, foreman, e s 3d av 4th h n Grove Coles Wm. T., printer, s s Sixth 1st h w Boston rd Coughelan Jeremiah, carpenter, n w c Schuyler & Morris av Coughelan Michael, e s E E av 1st h n Elton

E

18

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Cody Wm,, lbr., e s Govemeur 1st h e Morris av Coppell Herman, moulder, s s Denman 8th h w Courtlandt av Cooley John, ma'son, n s Denman 2d h e Morris av Condon Bridget, widow, e s William 1st h s Wash'n av Condon John, carpenter, e s William 1st hs Wash'n av Condon Wm., printer, e s William 1st h s Wash'n av Condon John, stone cutter, s s Seventh nr Fulton av Connor Thomas, carpenter, w s 3d av 2d h n Waverly Connor Patrick, police, w s 3d av 2d h n Waverly Connor James, lbr., n s Mott 3d h w College av Conner John, lbr., s s Seventh opp Clinton Conners Mary, wid., e s Bobbins av 3d h n Pontiac Collins Samuel, clerk, N. Y., e s 3d av 3d h s Milton Collins Wm. P., cabinet mkr., Boston rd opp Wall Cooney Peter, laborer, w s 3d av 1st h n Denman Conzen Peter, grocer, sec Benson & Courtlandt av Corey May, seamstress, s s William 3d h e Courtlandt av Corporal Pobt., bookkeeper, s s Prospect 4th h w W^ash'n av Corning Amos, physician, s w c Morris pi & Juliet Corbett Patrick, lbr., n s Westchester rd 4th h e IiobbiDS av Corbett John, marble polisher, w s Forest av 5th h n Cliff Corbett John, Jr., clerk, w s Forest av 5th h n Cliff Corbett Mary, seamstress, w s Forest av 5th h n Cliff Corbett James C, liquors, e s E R av 1st h s Union Coberg Charlotte, boarding house, n s Eighth 1st h e 3d av Cornell Thomas, lbr., \v s 3d av 4th h n Eighth Cornell Matthew, lbr., w s 3d av 4th h n Eighth Cornell Richard, lbr., w s 3d av 4th h n Eighth Cornell Martha, wid., nurse, n s Springfield 4th h e Morris av Cornell Wm. A., petroleum, c Fifth & 3d av Cornell C. W., w s 3d av 1st h n First Connell John, lbr., w 8 av C 3d h s Cliff Cook Elizabeth, confectionery, w s 3d av opp Spring pi Cook Louis, saw filer, e s 3d av 4th h s Eighth Cook Andrew, moulder, w s 3d av 2d h s Fourth Cook Albert, moulder, s s First 5th h w 3d av Cooper Thomas H., upholsterer, N. Y., e 8 Franklin av 1st h s
Sixth

Cooper Henry, clerk, N. Y., e s 3d av 1st h n 145th Cooper J. T., waiter, N. Y., s s Waverly 7th h w Wash'n av Cosgrove Patrick, lbr., w s 3d av 5th h s Third Coscoe John, lbr., s s Mott 6th h w College av Costello Patrick, laborer, e s Morris av 1st h n Benson Comfort John E., physician, w 8 Franklin av 3d h n Seventh Corey Mrs. Maria, w s Franklin av 2d h n Seventh

MOEEISANIA DIEECTOEY.
Cochrane James,
Cliff

19

&

Cochran James, n
Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee

s Cottage 17th w College av John, shoemkr, e s R E av 2d h s Sixth av 2d h s Sixth Thomas, surveyor, e s James, mason, e s E E av 2d h s Sixth John, lbr., e s 3d av 3dh n 141st Coyle Brogne, butcher, n w c Bobbins av & Terrace pi Coyle Miss J. A., teacher, sec Fulton av & Eighth av 1st h s Fifth COMBES LOUIS H., saloon, Cordes Christopher, lbr., w s Forest av 2d h n Cliff Cordes Frederick, grocer, sec "Wash'n av & First Cordes Henry, clerk, s e c Wash'n av & First Conklin Jonas F., n s 140th 6th h w Willis av Conklin Mrs. Sarah A., widow, n s First 1st h w 3d av Conklin Harry, clerk, N. Y., n s First 1st h w 3d av Crawford Franklin, insurance, s w c Boston rd & Sixth Crabe George E., carpenter, w s E E av 9th h s Eighth Creamer Mrs. Mary, laundress, e s 3d av 4th h s Eighth Creamer Dennis, laborer, w s 3d av 4th h n Sixth Crittenton Wm. M., patent medicines, N. Y., e s Franklin av 7th h n Sixth Crittenton Fritz, segar mkr., e s 3d av 4th h s Fifth Crow George, w s E E av 4th h n Eighth Crow James N., w s Macomb av opp Main Crow John, saloon, s w c 3d av & Edsell •Crowe Charles, carpenter, e s Morris av 1st h n Denman Orowe Michael, blacksmith, n s Mott 3d h w Courtlandt av Orowe Thomas, glass, N. Y., n s Mary 1st h e Morris av Croby Louis, moulder, n s Westchester rd 3d h e Eobbins av Craigie Bedford, painter, e s Courtlandt av 1st h s Milton -Crosby F. P., n s Cottage 1st h w College av Crosby James, laborer, n s Benson 2d h w Morris av -Cross John E., civil eng, N. Y., e s Franklin av 8th h n Sixth "Cross Samuel A., fireman, s s Edsell 6th h w 3d av Crane John J., teas, N. Y., s s Division av 1st h e St. Ann's av Curran Patrick, agent, n s Denman 3d h w 3d av Cutler Wm. S., upholsterer, N. Y., e s Franklin av 1st h n

furniture, N. Y., First pi

DeGraaf House, 3d av bet

RE

esEK

Eighth
dutler Win. H., salesman, N. Y., e
s

Franklin av

1st

h n

s s Seventh opp Clinton Currie David, tea dealer, n s Seventh 4th h e 3d av Cutty Michael, blacksmith, e s Morris av 1st h s Schuyler av 1st h s Elton ^Cunningham Bridget, wid., e s

Eighth Cummings Thomas, carman,

EE

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MOEEISANIA DIRECTORY.

Cunningham James G., w s Boston rd 1st h s Sixth Cunningham M., boiler ins., N. Y., s w c William & Findlay Cunningham Chris., liquors, s w c William &. Findlay Cunningham J., milkman, n s Bronx 1st h w 3d av Cummings John, baker, e s Morris av 1st h n Mott Cuddy Joseph, laborer, n s Mott 5th h w Morris av Cuddy John, machinist, n s Mott st h w ( 'ollege Cuddy Thos., foreman, n w c Mott & Morris av Cuppy Daniel, lbr., nee Westchester rd & Benson av Curly Patrick, lbr., sec Bobbins av & 1'ncas Curtis Frank, bookkeeper, N. Y., s s Milton 3d h w Wash'n av Curtis Lafavette, surveyor, II R av odhe Van Stoll
1

lbr., n s Seventh 5th h n 3d av Cushing William, publisher, e s Macomb av 1st h n Main Cushinff Jerusha, e s Macomb av 1st h n Main Culhane Patrick, laborer, e s Bobbins av 1st h s Lexington

Curtis Patrick,

l)

Daring George, grocery, w s od av 1st h s Edsell Daberkoro & Sohr. wheelwrights, n s Tooth 1st h e od ar
Davis Charles, bartender. N. Y., n s Springfield 2d h 9 Morris av Davis Joseph, carpenter, n s 140th '2d h e 3d av Davis Charles P., watchman, n s Springfield 4th h e Morris av Davis Matilda, fancy goods, n s Main 4th h e E E av Davis Samuel B., tea broker, s s Concord 4th h w 3d av Davis E. D., printer, s s Fourth 2 h e B R av Davis Bambert, mariner, s s Findley 2d h W William Davison John, custom-house, e s College av 1st h n Main Daley Thomas, lbr., sec 141st & 3d :i\ Daley David, grocery, w s 3d av 3d h s Mott Daley James, lbr., w s Wr Railroad 2d h w Eagle av Dayly Thomas, lbr., n s Gerard 1st h e Betreat av Dalv James, mason, n s Denman 5th h w Courtland av Daly Henry, actor, n s 137th 'id h w Home Danloy S. P>., photographer, s s Fifth 2d h e Wash'n av Dailer Prank, lbr., n s Grove 1st h e 3d av Dale James, grocer, s e c Bobbins av & Lexington Darrendinger Jacob, lbr., e s Betreat av 6th h n Westchester rd

Dascher Peter, cabinetmkr., n s Uncas 1st h Darr Wm., horse-trainer, e s Forest av 2d h

Dawson

Joseph, stone-cutter, n land av

a

Robbins av Wall Groverneur 2d h w Courte
s

M0RR1SANIA DIRECTORY.
Dawson Henry Dawson Henry
B., historian,
B.,
jr.,

21

n

s

Daniield Robert, jr., hardware, nee Cottage pi & Eighth Danfield Thomas, clerk, N. Y., nee Cottage pi & Eighth Danfield Edward, clerk, N. Y., n e c Cottage pi & Eighth Damm Christoph., tailor, w s 3d av 7th h s Eighth Damm Richard, baker, w s 3d av 4th h n Seventh Damm John, cigarmkr, w s 3d av 4th li n Seventh Damm Conrad, tailor, w s 3d av 4th li n Seventh Daniels Mrs. Catli, M., w s 3d av 3d h s Sixth Daniels Samuel C, bookkeeper, N. Y., w s 3d av 3d h s Sixth Daniels Win., butcher, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 1st h n Eifth Dayton Gilbert, c. h. insp., N. Y, s s Seventh 1st h w Fulton av Daevlen John, scissor grinder, w s Courtland av (5th h n Union. Daab Fred., e s Wash'n av 1st h n Fourth Damn Gr., baker, e s Wash'n av 1st h n Seventh Damn Henry, baker, e s 3d av 2d h s Westchester rd Dagner Patrick, lbr., n s Mott 6th h w Morris av Delahanta John, iron moulder, e s College av 2d h s Main Deury Frederick, car starter, s s 145th Gth li w Mill Brook Dernis Joseph, carpenter, s s 144th 2d h e 3d av Delanev Thomas, teamster, e s 3d av 2d h s 141st Decker William H., boatman, Port Morris Demurest John, stoves & ranges, N. Y., e s Macomb av 2d h
s

1st h e Boston printer, n s Danfield Robert, ins., N. Y., n e c Cottage pi & Eighth

Home 1st Home

li

e Boston rl

rd

Main

Decker Marshall, contractor, R R av 3d h s Van Stoll Deuzmeyer August, lbr., e s R R av 2d h s Van Stoll Demarest Warren, real estate ag't., w s 3d av 4th h n Smeeman Delamar James C, lawyer, N. Y., s s Concord 1st h w 3d av Deuzmeyer Charles, lbr., e s R R av 2d h s Van Stoll De Leyer Antony, distiller, N. Y., n s 137th 3d h w S Boulevard Delancy John, lbr., n s 147th 1st h e 3d av Delgado Gose, e s Eagle av 2d h s Westchester rd Dendelin Mr., gardener, w s Eagle av 2 h s Wr Railroad Deckson Wm., n s Westchester rd 2d h e Retreat av Desks Daniel C, n e c Westchester rd & Benson av Devinne Daniel (Rev.,) n s William 1st h w Morris pi Demarsen Henry, publisher, N. Y., s s Catharine 2d h e
Morris pi Deicker Edward
h e Morris pi lithograph, s s William oth Boston rd 4th h s Spring pi clerk, N. Y., w s Boston rd 4th h s Spring pi
S.,
s

Devoe Sarah, Devoe James,

w

22

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.

Dearing Thomas, lbr., w s Forrest av 1st h n Strong Denicke Henry W., drugs, s e c 3d av & Sixth Delue Benjamin, cigar pkr, w s 3d av 1st h s Third De Graaf Honry P., furniture, N. Y., e s 3d av bet
First pi

Cliff

&

Deglar Frank,

lbr., s

w

e

3d av

&

First

w 3d av 5th h n Fifth N. Y., s s Sixth 1st h w Boston rd Dean Dean Charles II. carpenter, N. Y., s s Sixth 1st h w Boston rd Dean Richard, lbr., n s Union 4th li w Wash'n av Denneiiein Margaret, milk, n s Findley 3d li e Courtland ay De Nobriga, pianomkr, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 1st h s Findley Delnoce Louis, mer., sec Waverly & Terrace pi Delnoce Angelo, clerk, s e c Waverly & Terrace pi Deinhard Godfrey,, varnisher, n s Milton 2d h w Wash'n av Decker John L., saloon, w> s Courtland av 2d h s Milton DeibHn George, shoemkr, w s Courtland av 1st h s Prospect Deiblin Mary, midwife, w. s Courtland av 1st h s Prospect Deets John, s s Second 1st li w 3d av Deats Fred., moulder, s s Third 4th h e R R av Decker Peter P., agent, N, Y., w s Forest av opp New
Dillett John, lbr.,

Delette Geo. H., chief of police, o s 3d av opp Fourth Dellette August, conductor, e s 3d av 1st h s Westchester rd

n

s

Mott 4th h

Delany Geo.,

grocer, Thco. M., carpenter,

esE Rav

Dempsey

Gerald,

lbr., s s

Benson
.

1st

h
s

^R R

Deinhart Henry, pianomkr, N. Y., e Ann's av

av 3d av

1st

h

w

St.

JJebold Michael, tailor, n s Benson 1st h w 3d av Debold Jacob, tailor, n s Benson 1st h w 3d av Demeer Adam, mason, ss. Springfield 9th h w 3d av Denner Fred., wagons, n s Schuyler 1st h e Courtland av Denner Frank, lbr. n s Elton otli h w 3d av Dinsmore George, 11 jr., n w c Clifton av & 144th Dixon Thomas, tailor, e s 3d av 3d h s 141st Dixon Elizabeth, sewing-machines, o s 3d av 3d h s 141st Dixon Frances, laundress, n s Mary 4th h e Courtland av av 2d h s Van Stoll Diebz Henry, lbr., e s Dietz John, carpenter, n s 147th 2d h e -id av Diehl Louis, flour & feed, s e c 3d av $ 131th, r n s 141st lath w Willis av Diehl Frederick, l>rewer, w s Retreat av 1st h s Henry Diehl John, brewer, n s AVestchester rd 1st h o Retreat av Diehl Balthasar, kindling wood, n s Grove 2d h e 3d av Railroad '2d h o Tinton ar Diehl John, jr., mason, n s Diehl John, mason, n s Uncas 2d h w Tinton av

RR

Wr

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.

23.

Diehl John, brewery, n s Westchester rd nr Eagle av Diehl John, jr., brewery, n s Westchester rd nr Eagle av Diehl Martin, mason, s s Melrose 3d h w Wash'n av Diehl John, lbr., s s Schuyler 2d h e Courtland av Diehl Jacob, shoemkr, s s Schuyler 8h h w Wash'n av Diehl Margaret, wid., e s 3d av 2d h s Grove Diber John, lbr., s w c Robbins a\; & Terrace pi Dietsch John, milk, e s av A 8th h s Cliff Ditchett Geo., keeper, sec Gerard av & Juliet Ditchett Geo. W., real estate, N. Y., w s Boston rd c Seventh Dice Wm., lbr., nee 3d av & Seventh Diesel Valentine, marble-cutter, \v s 3d av 5th h s Third Dietze Wm., painter, w s R R av 8th h s Eighth av opp Eighth Dietz Matthew, lbr., w s R Dietz John, bartender, s e c 3d av & Grove Dillmuth John, s s William 1st h e Courtland av Dillmuth Frederick, baker, sec William & Courtland av Dietrich Charles, barber, n s Fifth nr 3d av, r s s Findley 5th h e^ Court! and av Diearicx Henry, bookkeeper, N. Y., s s Fourth 4th h e R R av Dilbert Frederika, wid., n s Melrose 3d h e Courtland av av 1st h s Seventh Dickson James, printer, N. Y., w s Dill Mrs. Margaret, fancy store, w s Wash'n av 5th 3i n Second Dillon Mary Miss, dressmkr, n s Third 3d h w 3d av Dillon Annie Miss, dressmkr, n s Third 3d h w 3d av Dillon Wm., lbr., e s Courtland 1st h n First Dilhman Charles, shoemkr, w s 3d av opp Spring pi Dick Win., dry goods, s s Fifth 1st he Wash'n av Divine James, lbr., n s Eiglith 2 h w Wash'n av Dingel George, moulder, w s Courtland av 2d hs Benson Dingel Elizabeth, wid., seamstress, w s Wash'n av 1st h n

R

RR

Schuyler Dingel Megeor, crockery, n s Uncas 1st h n Robbins av Dietsch Leonard, teamster, s s Benson 10th h w Court land av Dobbs Washington, carpenter, N. Y., n s 144th 2d h e 3d av Dolfoot M, lbr, e s Willis av 2d h s 146th Donnelly Patrick, grocery, e s 3d av 2d h s 141st Donnelly Mr., lbr, e s 3d av 1st n 141st Donnelly Richard, lbr., n s Cottage 17th h w Collego av Donnelly Frank, lbr., n s Lowell 2d h e R R av Donnelly Peter, saloon, w s 3d av 6th h n Van Stoll Donnelly Thomas, lbr., w s Robbins av 2d h n Wr Railroad Donally John, gardener, n e c 3d av & First pi Doerr Charles, saloon, e s 3d av 1st h n 141st Dopfar John, baker, N. Y., nee 3d av & J52d

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MOREISANIA DIRECTpKY,

Dodge Peter II., clerk, N. Y., s s Cottage 3d h w College av Dorr William, saloon, e s 3d av 7th h 8 136th Dolan Michael, lbr., AVr Railroad '2d h w Eagle av Doublin Joseph, Ibr., secS Boulevard & Elm Dolm Hermann, lithographer, s s Mott 1st h w Courtland av Doran Charles, florist, s w c Ella & Butternut av Dooper August, builder, N. Y., s s Helen 2d h e Morris pi Donahue Daniel, moulder, n s Gerard 2d h e Retreat av Doll John, express, w s Retreat av 2d h s Grove Donly Patrick, nee Westchester rd & Benson av Donavan Martin, w s Union av 1st h s Home Dodin Joseph, dentist, N. Y., w s Boston rd 1st li s Spring pi Dorey Thomas A., mason, e s Villa pi 1st h n George Dooley Michael, tailor, w s 3d av 3d h s Third Dousrhtv Wm., gardener, n w c 3d av & Second Doughty Charles H., kindling wood, n s Edsell 6th h av 3d av Doughty James, horseshoer, e s 3d av 1st h s Fourth Donavan John, carpenter, w s P II av opp Seventh Donovan James, lbr., w s Courtland av 4th h n Union Doepp Jacob, builder, e s Eulton av 1st h n Fifth Dodworth Harvey, musician, w s Fulton av 5th h n Fifth Dominick Francis, s w c Fulton av & Sixth Dougherty Daniel, carpenter, w s Mott 4th h av 3d av Donlan Patrick, lbr., n s Union 3d h w Wash'n av Downey Thomas, lbr., s s Findley 4th li w Wash'n av Dosier Isaac, lbr., n s Findley 2d h w Wash'n av Donohue Patrick, lbr., w s Wash'n av 1st h n Waverlv Donohue John, lbr., av s Wash'n av 1st h n Waverlv Donohue Patrick, tailor, w s Courtland av '2d h n Melrose Donohue Philip, lbr., n s Mott 1st h av 3d av

Donahue Henry
Dobias Joseph,
Morris av

Dougherty James,

F., painter, lbr., n e c

lbr.,

n

s

& Sixth Waverlv & Wash'n av Waverly 8th h w Wash'n av
n
s

secEE av

Doremus Abraham,

builder, N. Y.,

Springfield 5th

h e

Doyne Michael, n s Eighth 2d h av Wasli'n av Donegan Thomas, shoemkr, av s Morris av 2d h n Denman Doonan Patrick, carpenter, N. Y., e s Morris av 1st ]i n Benson
Dooley Timothy, lbr., s s Benson 9th h e Morris av Doyle John, blacksmith, s s Benson 3d h av Courtland av Doyle Gerald, teamster, av s 3d av 8th h s Milton Doyle Patrick, lbr., Port Morris DoA'le Patrick, lbr., av a Walton av 1st h n Ella Dovle Wm., lbr., av s Walton av 1st h n Ella Dovle Patrick, lbr., s s Governeur 1st li » Morris av

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Doty Emma, shirtmkr,
av s

25

3d av lOth h

s

Milton

Dorn Robert, optician, N. Y., e s 3d av 3d k s Westchester rd Dorn Augusta, drygoods, o s 3d av .3d h s Westchester rd Donne William, machinist, w s 2d av 1st h n Mott Dorsett Isaac, moulder, n s Benson 1st h w 3d av Drake David, ins., N. Y., w s Fulton av 8th h s Eighth Drake Alfred, engineer, s s 140th 3d h w Willis av
Drexlin Jacob, conductor, n
s

Eighth 2d
s

li

av

Cottage pi
s s

Drummond

Peter, livery stable,

s

Fifth nr Postoffice, r

Fifth 1st

h

av

Wash'n av
s s

Drummond

Charles, mason,

145th

Druhe August,
Driver Win.,

tailor, e s 3d av 5th h shoes, av s Robbing av 1

h w Mill Brook n 14(>th h n Wr Railroad
4tli

Dunn Reuben,
Grarden

mason, n av Dubois Isaac, real estate

c College

agt,

av N. Y.,

& Lowell
s

av

c

College av

&

Ivoert, bricklayer, sec College av & Main John, lbr., n s 145th 1st h av St. Ann's av Dugan Dugan John, slate-roofer, e s 3d av 4th h n IS Boulevard Duer William, s s 145th 5th h e 3d av Duhmer Henry, gardener, s s 144th 1st h e 3d av Durfus George, carpenter, s s 144th "id h av Willis av Duderstadter John, cigarmkr, av s 3d av 2d h n Garden Dutch Reformed Church, s av c 3d av & Cottage Dunn Sarah, e s 3d av 1st h s 146th Dunn Gilbert K. W., turner, s s Third 2d Ji \v 3d av Dun Fred., vender, nee 3d av & Seventh Dunham Edward, brass Avorker, n av c Edsell & 3d av Dunsmore Isaac, kerosene, n s Lowell 5th h av 3d av Durrell Henry, n s Halsey 1st li e Morris pi r Duthie James, engraver, N. Y ., e s Grove av 2d h n First Dunkley Joseph R., carpenter, e s Cottage pi 2d h n Eighth Duchardt H. J., butcher, s av c 3d av & Seventh Duchardt John, butcher, av s 3d av 2d h n Sixth Dushanek Frank, cigarmkr, av s 3d av opp Spring pi av & Eighth Duhme Claus, grocer, Duffy Brian, plasterer, n s First 3d h e Courtland av Duffy Wm., moulder, n av c Benson & Courtland av Duffy Eliza, wid., laundress, n s Springfield 9th li av 3d av Duncan Mrs. Ellen, wid., fancy store, w s Wash n av 3d li s Fifth Dusel John N., shoemkr, n s Groverneur 2d h av ourtland av Duck Hugh, milkman, av s 3d av 1st h n Mott I)Avorak John, cigar mfr, av s 3d av opp Spring pi Dyer Geo. II., real estate, 3d av nr First, r av s av A 3d h s ( 'litf Dyer OhVer, reporter, n s Concord 2d h w 3d av

Duncan

necE R

(

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MOKKISANIA DIRECTORY.
E

iron moulder, s w c 139th & 3d av Eaglan Benjamin, teamster, n s 134th 1st h w St. Ann's av Earley Patrick, laborer, s s Henrick 1st h w 3d av Earl J. Thomas, jeweler, N. Y., n s Garden 1st h w 3d ar Eagle Alex., s e c 3d av & Fifth Earp Moses, barber, N. Y., n s Denman 4th h w Courtlandt ar Ebele Gustave, conductor, s s William 6th h w Wash'n av

Eaton William, boats, Harlem Bridge, r n 8 146th Ann's av Eaton Cavice, C. H. officer, s s 144th 4th h e 3d av Eaton Eben, contractor, Port Morris Eagan Daniel, laborer, w s 3d av 3d h n Mott Eagan John, laborer, w s 3d av 3d h s Edsell

1st

h

w

St.

Eagan Michael,

Eberhardt Christoph, painter, s s Melrose 1st h e Terrace pi av Eberhardt Jacob, blacksmith, s s Third 4th Eberhardt John, tailor, n s Denman 1st h e Courtlandt av Eberhardt Nicholas, hotel, Macomb av c Yan Stoll Ebert Ernest F., cigar mfr., e s Wash'n av 1st h n Sixth Ebling Theodore, drugs, e s 3d av 2d h n 14Gth Ebling Philip, brewer, n e c 156th & Carr av Ebling Win., brewer- nee 156th & Carr av Ebling Ph. & Wm., brewey, e s Carr av bet John Oc 150th Eckel William, milkman, e s Courtlandt av 1st h s Findlay Eckel John B., drugs, e s Courtlandt av 1st h s Prospect Eckert John II., finisher, n s Mary 1st h w Courtlandt av Eckert Adam, sec Mary & Courtlandt av Eckenfelder John, upholsterer, e s 3d av 3d h s Rose Eckes Michael, shoemkr., Randell's Island, e s Courtlandt av 1st h n Mott Eckerman Joseph, upholsterer, Harlem, s s 146th 2d h e Wil-

heEE

lis

av

li n Main Ann's av Ederly William, shoemkr., s s 139th 1st h w 3d av Edwards Rufus, merchant, w s Tinton av 3d h n Lexington Edwards George, mason, s s William 7th h w Wash'n av Edwards Robert, clerk, N. Y., n s Main 1st h w R R av Edwards Thomas, station agent, nee Fifth & R R av Edwards Anna Mrs., w s Wash'n av 4th h n Sixth Edmund Rudolph, cigar mkr., n s Schuyler let h w Court-

Edenbregher Christian, confectioner, Eddy Edward, actor, s s 138th 4th h

w

s

3d av 3d

e St.

STY

'

landt av

/

Edel Charles, bookkeeper, e s 3d av 5th h s Seventh Edel Mrs. L., s w c Franklin av & Seventh

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.

2J Z

Egs Frank, gardener, w s Spring opp William Egbert Bernan, cooper, n s Prospect 5th h w Wash'n av Egger Henry, cigar mkr., n s 140th 4th h e 3d av Eggleston Geo. W, carpenter, n s Garden 5th h w College av Ehardt George, jeweler, N. Y., w s 3d av 1st h n Edsell Ehron Herman, grocer, sec Elton & Morris av Ehmenn Christian, mason, n s Mott 1st h w 3d av Ehler Christoph, laborer, n s Elton 6th h w 3d av Ehrick Henry, painter, e s St. Ann's av 1st h n Wr Railroad Eisele Charles, mason, av s Courtlandt av 4th h s William Eisele John, mason, w s Courtlandt av 4th h s William Eisele John, builder, w s Wasli'n av 2d h s Fifth Eisele Charles, mason, n s Third 3d h e R R av Eickel Francis, milkman, e s Wash'n av 3d h s Milton Eichler Anton, clerk, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 4th h s Milton Eichler John, brewer. 3d av bet Sixth & Seventh, r w s Fulton av 5 th h n Sixth Eicher Fred., moulder, n s Denman 3d h w 3d av Eicher Fred., moulder, n w c Mott & 3d av Eigeland John, laborer, e s Wasli'n av 4th h s Milton Eldridge Richard S., police, n s 146th 2d n w St. Ami's ay Eldridge Charles, carpenter, n s 146th 2d h w St. Ann's av Eldridge Andrew, polisher, n s 146th 2d h w St. Ann's av Eldridge Samuel, plumber, N. Y., e s Wasli'n av 2d h n First Elfine John, carman, e s Wash'n av 1st h s Fifth Elk Caspar, cooper, n s 145th 1st h e Willis av Ellote Jason, n s Main 3dh w College av Eisner Mr., n s Gerard 6th h e Retreat av Ellis Hemy, carpenter, n s Milton 3d h e Courtlandt av Elmendorf James H., contractor, IS". Y., w s Fulton av 11th lis Eighth Elmendorf James E., w s 3d av 1st h s Waverly Elliott Paty, n s Springfield 5th h w Wash'n av Ernes John, grocer, n w c 3d av & Fourth Emery Wm, gilder, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 2d h n Fifth Emerick Solomon, carriage mkr., n s Springfield 2d h w Courtlandt av Emerick Jacob, clothier, N. Y\, n s Elton 1st h w Courtlandt ar Engerbauer Joseph, sculptor, n s 144th 6th h e Willis av English James, iron moulder, n s 145th 7th h e Willis av

Egan Michael, laborer, n s Findlay 4th h w Wash'n av Egan Peter, laborer, w s Forest av 2d h n Cliff Egan Ann, wid., s s Benson 4th h w Morris av

Eder Christoph, tailor, s s Schuyler 3d h e Morris av Eells J. T., bookkeeper, N. Y., s s Waverly 3d h Wash'n ar

w

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MOPPISAXIA DIRECTORY.

Entwistle Richard, painter, s s 141 st 6th h e Alexander av Entwistle John, painter, s s 141st 6th h e Alexander av Entz John F., life ins., N. Y., n s 143d bet St, Ann's & Pas-

sage av Entz Wm., dry goods, N. Y., n s 14:kl bet St. Ann's $ Passage av Entz Ferdinand, banker, N. Y., n s 143d bet St Ann's & Passage av Entz August, banker, N. Y., n s 143d bet St. Ann's & Passage av Entz Adolph, banker, N. Y., n s 143d bet St. Ann's & Passage av Entnu Arthur, cigar nikr., n s 139th 1st h e od ay En gel John, laborer, e s Wash'n av .'id h n Milton Engeholm Ferdinand, av s 3d av 1st h n Fifth Ennis Daniel, laborer, e s Eorest av 3d h n Xew Ennis Patrick, laborer, e s Eorest av 1st h n Strong Endress Martin, gardener, e s P P av 8th h n Seventh Enwenter Anton, laborer, w s Fulton av 7th h n Eighth Engelhard Sebastian, barber, w s Courtlandt av 1st h n Mott Epstein Julius, clerk, N. Y"., R R av 2d li e Van Stoll Eppenheimer Henry, peddler, P P av 2d h s Van Stoll Eppinger Daniel, machinist, N. Y., w s 3d av 5th h s Eighth Eppinger Wm., stoves, w s 3d av 5th h s Eighth Erbe Adam, hatter, av s Courtlandt av 1 st h n AYaverly Ernow Charles, fresco painter, X. Y., n e c*3d av & Fifth Ernst Mrs. PhiHp, w s Franklin av 3d h n Fifth Ernst John F., saloon, e s 3d av 2d k s Grove Ernest Peter, mason, s s Third 3d h w 3d av Ernest John, cooper, s s Second 5th k e II P av Errick Frank, baker, sec Wash'n av & Fourth Erler Herman, laborer, n s Mott 1st li w Courtlandt av Erdman John, actor, sec Springfield & Courtlandt av Erb Henry, tailor, n 8 Governeur '2d h w 3d av Erhard Lawrence, gardener, e s Benson av 5th*n n Westchestes rd

Esper Philip, butcher, set- Gerard av & 3d av Etelhauser John, harness, X. Y, s 8 Denman '2d h landt av Etchell James, watchman, av s 3d av 1st h n Mott Eulner Valentine, poUce, X. Y.. s s Schuyler 6th h
landt av Everett Oscar, clerk, X. Y. p a 1 44th 1st h e .">d av Everdell Charles, engraver, \. Y.. b s Springfield 'ourtlandt av
I

w

Court-

w

Court-

1-th

w

MOEEISxVXIA DIEECTOEY.
Eve&t Nicholas, carpenter.,
s s

29

"William, tailor, s s Denman 2d Eysel G. W-, saloon, e s Willis av 3d

Ewen

Schuyler Gth h w Courtlandt av h e Courtlandt av h s 147th

F
Fallot Henry, tailor, w s Cottage pi 2d h n Eighth Fanshaw Samuel K., artist, e s Fulton av 4th h s Eighth s Courtlandt av 3d h n Union Fay Patrick, laborer, s Wash'n av 2d h n Milton Faigle Charles, fruit dealer, Falconer Hugh M., printer, N, Y., s Wash'n av Oth h n

Fagan

Patrick, mason, e

s

Forest av

'2d

h n Strong

w

w

w

Second

Falk Louis, builder, Third bet 3d av & Wash'n av, r w s 3d av 1st h n Third Falk John, tailor, s s Marv 2d h e Courtlandt av Fdk Henrv. e s Wash'n av 4th h n Fourth Falk John, carpenter, e s Wash'n av 4th h n Fourth Falks Morris, clerk, X. Y., e s 3d av 5th h n s Boulevard Fash W. B., carver, w s Wash'n av 6th h n Sixth Farrell Rose Mrs., wid., dressmkr., sec Groverneur and
Morris av

John J., clerk, e s 3d av 2d h w St. Ann's av Frank, liquors, s w c 3 d av Springfield Dan'l F., liquors, s w c 3d av & Fourth James, coachman, e s Walton av 1st h s Ella James, laborer, w s Courtlandt av 2d h n Union Alfred, jeweler, n w c Fifth & Fulton av Wm. T., n av c Fifth & Fulton av Farrer Samuel, machinist, N. Y., s e c av A & Cliff Farrer George, machinist, X. Y\, s e c av A & Cliff Fame Jacob, driver, n s Seventh 4th h e 3d av Farron Lewis, engineer, I'ort Morris Farrington John D., s s Willow pi 2d h e College av Harrington Moses, salesman, n s Marv 2d h e Courtlandt av Farrington Weslev. bookkeeper, X. Y., n s Marv 1st h e Courtlandt av Farmer Henry, tailor, w s Courtlandt av 3d h s Melrose Farlord Eichard, roofer, e s 3d av 1st h s 144th Fallender Anton, tailor, n s Springfield (3th h w 3d av Fath Jacob, saloon, s s Elton 4th e Courtlandt av Faulhaber Michael, saloon, n e c 3d av & 144th Farewell John, boatman, Fort Morris Fagefka Frederick, blacksmith, w s 3d av 3d h n Mott Faustin Emil, carpenter, n s 147th 2d h e 3d av
Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrall Farrell Farrier Farrier
cS:
fa.

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MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.
tin smith, s s

Faverau Francis,

Willow

pi 'id

h

w

3d av

Fassert Charles, brewery, e s Carr av 1st h s John, r e s av Gth h s Cliff Fast Martin, gluemkr., e s Retreat av 4th h n Westchester rd Fandron Chris., carpenter, e s Retreat av 1st h s Gerard Faust Lucy, wid., s s Melrose 6th h e Courtlandt av Fels August, cigars, N. Y., w s 3d av 0th h s Seventh Ferris Win. E., clerk, w s Fulton av 3d h s Eighth Ferrigan Hugh, liquors, N. Y., n s Fifth bet Franklin & Fulton avs Ferris Mrs. Eliza, e s Fulton av 3d h s Eighth Felter Conrad, laborer, s s William 6th h w Wash'n av William & Courtlandt av Feiss Henry, bartender,

A

nee

Feeney Rosana, wid., n w c Milton & Wash'n av Federer Ludwig, milkman, n s Prospect 1st ii e Courtlandt av Felix John, milkman, n s Melrose 3d h e Courtlandt av Ferdon John J., meat market, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Seventh Ferdon Jacob, fancy store, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Second Fether Mrs., washerwoman, w s Wash'n av 9th h n Second FECHNER WM., German American Institute, w s Wash'n av Gth h n Fourth Fey Joseph, butcher, nee Courtland av & Denman Fenine Anton, machinist, s s Governeur 3d h e Morris av Feiss George, grocer, nee Morris av & Governeur Feehan James, plumber, n s Mott 1st h s Morris av Fencker Henry, cabinetmkr, w s Courtland av 2d h s Melrose Fetzner Herman, cabinetmkr, s s Springfield 10th h w 3d av Felsing John, tailor, e s Courtland av 1st h n Schuyler Ferring Anton, grocer, e s Retreat av 1st h n Westchester rd Ferring Ignatius, carver, e s Retreat av, 1st h n Westchester rd Feeney James, stone mason, w s College av 5th h n Lowell Fealy James, laborer, n s 143d 3d h e 3d av Feely William, shoemkr, e s Willis av 3d h s 147th Feely James, laborer, s s 139th 1st h w 3d av Ferris N. P., n w c Courtland av & Helen Fields Eliza, wid., w s College av 4th h n Lowell Fitzgerald Win., proof reader, w s College av 1st h n Cottage Finger Henry, n s 145th 4th h w Mill Brook
Finlay Finlay Finlay Finlay Finley
Elizabeth, wid., saloon Port Morris

Edward, boatman, Port Morris
Charles, laborer, Port Morris

Andrew, e s Robbins av 4th h s Wr. Railroad Win., carpenter, e s Robbins av 1st h n Wr Railroad Fienken J. H., liquors, N. Y., n s Cottage 4th h w College av Fienken Heary, liquors, N. Y., n s C >ttage 4th h w College av

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Filgee Henry, confectioner, e Fisher Thomas, coal & wood,
e c
s s s

31

3d av 6th h 8 136th Bronx 1st h e College

av, r b

3d av

& Bronx

*

Fisher Henry A., painter, N. Y., w s Franklin av 2d h 6 Sixth Fisher Frank, blacksmith, w s Courtland av 1st h n Melrose Fisher Henry, painter, n s Melrose 4th h e Courtland av Fisher Robert, crockery, e s Courtland av 1st h s Milton Fisher James, carpenter, e s Courtland av 1st h s Denman Fisher Doc, hotel, r n s First 2d h e R R av Fisher John, tailor, n s Springfield 2d h e Courtland av Fisher Frances, laundress, e s 3d av 2d h s Milton Fischer Oswald, tailor, w s Courtland av 1st h n Governeur Fischer Adam, barber, w s Courtland av lsth n Mott Fischer John, cigars, w s 3d av 5th h n Henrick Fielm Peter N., laborer, e s Retreat av 6th h n Westchester rd Finch Myron, clerk, N. Y., w s Courtland av 1st h s Ella Fitch James P., boots & shoes, N. Y., w s Boston rd 4th h n
Fifth

Fitzpatrick Peter, lbr., n s Union 4th h e Courtland av av 2d h n Union Fitzpatrick James, lbr., e s s Morris av 1st h n Elton John, lbr., Fitzpatrick c Robbins av & Terrace pi Fitzgerald Wm., lbr., s Courtland av Fitzgerald James, lbr., s s Governeur 10th h Fincke George, painter, n s Melrose 1st h e Terrace pi Fisk Seth, dry goods, n s Melrose 4th h e Terrace pi c Wash'n av & Sixth Fincke & Bros., grocers, n

w s 3d av 6th h s Third Fitting Charles, saloon, w s 3d av 4th h s Spring pi Fite Frank, cigar mkr, nee Wash'n av & R R av Fisher Jacob, saloon, e s R R av 4th h n Fifth Fiegle Peter B., saloon, w s R R av opp Seventh Fingel Henry, peddler, s s First 8th h w R R av

Finegan Peter, lbr., w Fichter Frank, saloon,

s

3d av 4th h n Eighth

RR

w w

w

w

Findlay Alex., moulder, n s Mary 4th h av Wash'n av Fidlaar Henry C, grocer, n s Mary 3d h w Courtland av Finegan James, liquors, w s 3d av 2d h s Findley Firsing John, w s Courtland av 2d h s Benson Flood Christopher, lbr., s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av Flood Christopher, revenue, n s Fourth 1st h w Wash'n av Flick Christian, brewer, w s 3d av 2d h n Fifth Flostroy Alfred, hops, w s Fulton av 2d h n Fifth Flagg Andrew, cooper, w s Fulton av 7th h n Eighth Flaherty Michael, lbr., w s Courtland av 5th h n Union Flanagan Julia, wid., washerwoman, s s Union 5th h e Courtland av

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Flynn Richard, lbr*, b b William :id h e Courjtland av Flynn Patrick, lbr., w b Forest av 4th h n liff Flynn Win.. Lbr., B s Third 4th Flynn 'avid II.. Bhoemkr, N. V., n s Mott 2d h w College av Flynn Joseph, bar tender, e b 3d av 5th h n 8 Boulevard Flinn Patrick, lbr., n s Wr.*Railroad 6th h e Bobbins av Flew John, carpenter'N. Y., e s Wash'n av 3d h s Melrose Flearler George, lbr., w b Wash'n av 1st h s Springfield Flanagan John, lawyer, n w c Macomb av & Grove Flinner John, tailor, \v 8 Rohbins av <>th h n Wr. Railroad Flannery John, lbr., w s 'arr av 3d h s Ray Ford John E., machinist, e s II \\ av "id li n Fourth Ford Eleanor, teacher, o s E R av 2d h n Fourth Ford Mrs. Anna, washerwoman, e s Wash'n av 1st h s First Ford Alexander, milkman, n s 144th 10th h e Willis av Foy John, lbr., e s od av 2d h n Seventh Fox Wm. J., cigar mkr, nee Sixth & Wash'n av Foyle Henry, cooper, e s od av 7th h s Eighth Folk wen Win., boarding house, w s >>d av 5th h s Sixth Fogal John, carpenter, n w c Findlay & Wash'n av Folev James, mason, nee Waverly & Wash'n av Fossing Frank L., jeweler, N. Y., s s Melrose 2d h e Terrace pi Folks Thomas, piano mkr, s s Melrose 3d h w Wash'n av av opp Sixth Foster Mi>s Charlotte, seamstress, w Forbes Win., photographer, e s Wash'n av 1st h s Fourth Foley Richard, civil eng., w s Wash'n av 4th h n Fourth Fonbaum Powel, lbr., b b Melrose 6th li w Wash'n av Fowler Henry B. ins., N. Y., e s R M av 1st h w First Fowler J. IT., messenger, X. Y., s s Mary 4th h w Wash'n av Fowler Solomon, carpenter, N. Y, n s Springfield 4th h w
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lo8 Pel t, tailor, w a 3d av -d h u Elton Fogel Peter, butcher, b s Gerard 5th li e Retreat av - a Gerard 1st h e 3d av Fogel II. Lewis, Jacob, carpenter, s a Pontiac Uh h e Tinton av Fogel Foitz Ihristian, butcher, n b Westchester rd 1st h e Benson av Fox John, tin ware, X. Y.. s - 135th Mb h e Alexander av Nth Fostei Ellen, wid., e a 3d av 3d h n Foster James S., broker; N. Y, w b Macomb av 5th h s Grove Foulke Joseph, tailor, e a 3d av 2d h n t6th Fox John, laborer, w a Passage av 2d h n 143d Folks Wm.. cigar store, w s 3d av 5th h u Smeeman
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Frees Valentine, mason, a s Mary 4th h w Wash'n av Frees John, lbr., n s Elton 11th h w Wash'n av Frank John, saloon, s w c Courtland av & Schuyler Fritz Christian, butcher, n s Westchester rd 1 st h e Port Morris

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Fulton William, stone cutter, nee 137th & St. Ann's av Fullen Mary, wid., e s 3d av 1st h n 139th Fullen Ferdinand J., painter, e s Betreat av 2d h n Henry Fullen Henry A., justice, office w s 3d av 2d h n Denman res 3d av 2d h n 146th Fuller George, contractor, N. Y., s s Cliff 1st h w Forrest av Fuller Benj. F.. sewing machines, N. Y., w s Willis av 3d h * 142d Boulevard & Elm Fuselehr Martin, saloon, Fuselehr Martin, grocer, nee Beach av & Lexington Fuchs Magdelene, wid., s s Waverly 1st h e Courtland av Fuchs George, baker, s w c Milton & Wash'n av Furh Jacob, piano rakr, n s Mary 3d h e Courtland av

h n Wr Railroad Hermann, gardener, w s Bobbins av 6th h n Frendenberg Uncas Friedman H., liquors, N. Y., e s Beach av 2d h s Lexington Fory Xaver, carpenter, e s Terrrace pi '2d h n Wr. Bailroad Freudenberg Hermann, gardener, w s Bobbins av 6th h n Uncas Fnllgraff Dr., e s Forest av 1st h n George Fuess Gnstave W., upholsterer, w e Fulton av 2d h n Fifth Fuess Emil, clerk, N. Y., w s Fulton av 2d h n Fifth Fuhr Powentz, shoemkr, n s 143d 3d h e 3d av Fuilet Christopher, grocer, e s 3d av 2d h n 141st Fuhrst Frederick, blacksmith, w s 3d av 1st h n Edsell

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147th 1st h e Cliiton av 147th 2d h e Clifton av GatFney John, machinist, N. Y., n s 143d 7th h w Willis av Gaiiney John, lbr., n s 113d 3d h e 3d av Gaffhey Richard, leather, N. Y., e s Macomb av Oth h b Main Gaflhey Timothy, saloon, n e c 134th & 3d av Gufi'ney Bryan, Baloon, n w c 3d av & Van Stoll Gaynor George, mineral waters, s s Third 1st h w 3d av (Jay nor Edward J., contractor, s s 140th 1st h e Alexander av Garrison Samuel, carpenter, w 8 3d av 2d h n Garden
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Harrison John B., N. Y., stair-builder, n College av Garrison John, teamster, n s Edsell 2d h
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w 3d av Garrett Edward, lbr., n s Cottage 17th h w College av Garvey John, liquors, N. Y., e s Macomb av 8th h s Main E. & Co., lumber, junction Macomb GATES avs Gates Church E., lumber, r s e c Main & Macomb av Garlock Jane, wid., n s Edsell 7th h w 3d av

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Gallagher James, iron moulder, n w c 3d av & Van Stoll Gallagher Patrick, iron moulder, n w c 3d av & Van Stoll Gabelow Antoine, e s Robbins av 5th h s Wr Railroad Gaylor Eugene, conductor, s s Mott 2d h w College av Garvin P., carpenter, wsavB 1st h s Cliff Garrigue Rudolph, ins., N. Y., w s Boston rd 2d h s Fifth Gauff Jacob, butcher, w s 3d av 8th h s Eighth Gallon James, conductor, w s 3d av 8th h s Eighth Gander Joseph, tinsmith, w s 3d av 7th h s Fifth Gandanburger Geo., cigarmkr, e s 3d av opp Spring pi Gard David L., mason, n e c R R av & Union Gard Edward L., mason, n e c R R av & Union Gaylor George, paper stainer, w s Courtland av 2d h s William Gardener Win. W., architect, e s Wash'n av 6th h n Seventh Garey Leander, sup't. car works, w s Wash'n av 3n h n Eighth Garey C. E., foreman car works, n s Eighth 1st h w Wash'n av Gayer Charles (Rev.,) w s Fulton av 3d h n Seventh Garey Timothy, lbr., e 8 R R av 1st h n Denman Garey Patrick, moulder, w s Courtland av 2d h n Mott Gallahue A. C, s s Second 3d h e R R av Gamrock Jacob, lbr., w s Courtland av 2d h s Springfield Gabriel Andrew, grocer, s s Elton 1st h w 3d av Garmer Peter, lbr., n s Elton 8th h w 3d av Gabriel John, lbr., n s Elton 9th h w 3d av Gainer Jacob, finisher, s s Elton 11th h w 3d av Galey Frank, lbr., n s Elton 2d h w Morris av Gasberi Frank, tailor, s s Governeur 3d h w Courtland av GEORGI C. L. & SON, real estate & furniture warerooms, w s 3d av 1st h s First Geib George H., agent, e s Terrace pi 1st h n Milton Gehr George, tailor, e s Wash'n av 1st h s Milton Geiotz Chris., s s Fourth 2d h e Wash'n av Gerwent Charles, carpenter, s a First 5th h w 3d av Gesner Joseph, mason, n s Springfield 4th h e Courtland av

Gannon John, lbr., n s Henrick 1st h w 3d av Gannon Patrick, lbr., n s Henrick 1st h w 3d av

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Elton 2d h e Courtland av Geiger Michael, tailor, n 8 Gebe George, saloon, n e e< 'ourtland av & Denman Geneke, Ferdinand, e s Morris av 1st h n Governeur SAVINGS BANK, n w c Milton & 3d av Gerkin Andrew, e s 3d av <HU h n Grove Gebhardt Frederick, cigars e s 33. av 1st ti s W2<1 Gerthu Robert, bpatman. Port Morris Gearon William, boots & shoes, e s -Id av Ut h 9 lotith Geary .lames, iron moulder, w s 3d av 3d h s Edsell Geary John, iron moulder, n s Mod 3d h e >d av Gent Michael, mineral waters, w s 3d av 4th h n Smeemau Geoghegaa Andrew, n s Henriek 1st hw od av Gerieh Charles, grocery, s wc Lexington & Bobbins av Genther Andrew, shoemkr, s w c Beach av & Lexington Geieler George, rope walk, N. Y., s s Molt 3d h w od av Geis Adam, foreman, s w c av A & Cliff Gehrig Geov, lbr., e s Carr av 2d h s John Gerhard Wm., blacksmith, e s Repeat av Bd h n Westchester rd Geeks Anna, wid., w s Betreat av 'Id h s Rose Geraghty Martin, lbr., w s ourtland av 5th h n Union Geraghty James, lbr., w s Eagle av 3d h b Westchester rd Gergahty MichaeL builder, w s :;d av 11th h s Milton r n s JSttOno; 2d h e Forest av it John J., contractor, s s uncas 1st h w Tinton av Gerhard Philip, engineer, o s Bobbins av 2d h n Unca Gilligham Pat., lbr., w s b/ores't av ."-th h n Strong s Eighth Gilbert John M.. ins., w s -U\ av 2d GLEEOE1) SILAs [).. kwver,«>ff. &rn s Eifth 1st h e R R av Giering George, driver, e s 3d av 1st h s Third Giles George, Lbr., h s Waverly odh \v Courtland av Gilger Matttn w. tailor, w s Wash*n av 3d h n Milton Gilger Anthony, Ljquors, iv a 3d av 2d, h n Seventh Gillespie James Y.. w h IV&slrhi av 3d ii n Eiffel Gillie diaries J., mfr., X. V..< s Wash n av 5th h n EiiV Gicks i'lvil, moulder, n r Mary U: h n 'Wash'n av (iiring Juki* carver, n s Springfield -Id h w< 'ourtland av GieseJ bred., tailor, » 9 Schuyler 1st h a Courtland av Giller Mall hew, tailor, a g Elton 2d h e Morris av Gipp George, tailor, u w c Governeur & Morris av Giese John, shoemkr, g 3d av -Id h s Grove Gilligan Michael, moulder, o s -M av ath h s Gtotb

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Gilmore John, drugs, nee 138th & 3d av Gilmore Hugh, bakery, w s 3d av 2d h n Edsell Gibney James H., liquors, nw c 3d av & Concord e s 3d av 1st h n 144th Gilfoil & Higgins, tailors, Gibbons Saiah, wid., Port Morris Gibbons Granville, Port Morris Gibbons John, saloon, s w c Bobbins av & Wr Railroad Gillian Andrew, teamster, w s 139th 1st h e 3d av Gillen Patrick, liquors, e s 3d av 2d h s 135th Gillen Margaret, Avid., n s Edsell 7th h w 3d av Gillen Catherine, wid., n s Edsell 7th h w 3d av Gilmartin Peter, n s Henriek 1st h w 3d av Gilfoil Patrick, for., n s 139th 1st h e 3d av Gilbert E. W., house-mover, n s Wr Railroad 1st h e St. Ann's av Gilhoolv James, lbr., w s R R av 3d h n Fourth Glencross Wm., publisher, N. Y., n e c Boston rd & feixth Glencross David, publisher, 3ST. Y., nee Boston rd & Sixth Gloede Charles, varnisher, n s Milton 3d h e Courtland av Glebe Jacob, sash & blinds, e s Courtland av 3d h s Prospect Giuck Wm., capmkr, w s 3d av 1st h n Schuyler Glerchmann Edw., tailor, n s Springfield 2d h w 3d av Glahcey James, lbr., n s Elton 4th h w Morris av Glatzner Charles, tailor, n s Elton 1st h e Morris av Glasstater John G, mason, e s College av 1st h s Willow pi Glacius George, boatman, Harlem, res Passage av 2d k g Railroad Glacius Jacob, carpenter, n s Lexington 1st h e Bobbins a? Gleason Bridget, dressmkr, Port Morris Gleason Ann, wid.. Port Morris Golden David, bartender, Fleetwood Park, r Boston rd opp
AVall Goeltz Henry, jeweller, w s 3d av 2d h s Sixth av 3d h n Filth Gougity Andrew, gardener, e s Goodwin John, e s Fulton av 4th h n Seventh Gonzales Henry, carpenter, n s Waverly 4th h w Waslni av

& Morris pi Gilley Edward, broker, N. Y., n e c William Gillmore Margaret, wid., n s 140 th 6 th li w Willis av Gilmore William, carpenter, N. Y., n s 136th 3d h w Willis ay

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MolMMSANIA DIRECTORY.

Goldstein Angus, pianomkr, e s Courtland av 1st h n Schuyler Goldie Horatio, shirt-bosom infr., 8 8 Schuyler 2d h vr Courtland av Gormly James, lbr., e a B B av 1st h n Elton av 1st h n Elton Gformly Patrick, lbr., e s 1* Gollhofer Sebastian, tailor, n s Governeur 1st h w 3d av

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Good John, lbr., sec Morris av & Governeur Gordon Patrick E., eoachmkr, 8 a 145th 1st h e Willis av Gott William ()., bookkeeper, s s 142d 2d h w Willis av Golden Michael, iron moulder, n e c 3d av & 146th Golden Mark, lbr., e s 3d av 5th h a Grove T Golden William, clerk, Ts Y., w s 3d av 3d h n Mott Gorman Mrs., wid., 11 11 av 1st h s Van Stoll av 1st h n Elton torman Thomas, lbr.. lovern Michael, lbr., B lv av 1st h s Van Stoll Goff John, lbr., w s Passage av 1st h n 143d Gorman Adam, e s Retreat av 1st h s Gerard folding John, grocery, s w c College av & Mott Goeller George 0., provisions, N. Y., n s Lowell 1st h e Col.

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Graham Robert, boatman, a s 135th 3d h e St. Ann's ar Graham Andrew, carpenter, s s Denman 3d h e Courtland Grey Wm., lbr., w s 3d av 4th h n Eighth

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Gray John, machinist, n s Waverly 8th h w Wash'n av Graff John, lbr., w s 3d av 1st li n Eighth Griffith Cyrus, painter, N. Y., w s Franklin av 4th h n Fifth Graves Mrs. Eliza, fancy store, e s 3d av 1st h s Fifth Grave George, clerh, N. Y., n s Cottage 13th h w College ar Greve John, confectioner, w s 3d av 3d h s Union pi

& Seventh Grierick Frank, cooper, Grasser John, upholsterer, n s William 2d h w Wash'n av Griffin John, teamster, nee Waverly & Wash' n av Grieshaber Matthew, butcher, s s Prospect 2d h e Courtland av Grihn John H., clerk, s w c Wash'n av & Fifth Graney Mary, wid., laundress, w s Courtland av 1st h n Den-

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Grady John, brass finisher, s s Benson 2d h e R R av Grady Patrick, coachman, e s Robbins av 2d h n Pontiao Gradv Michael, lbr., nee 3d av & Benson Grant John C, painter, 3d av nr Courtland av, r s s Mary 2d h e Morris av Grimes John, lbr., e s R R av 1st h n Elton Grogan James, lbr., s s Benson 2d h w Courtland av Grabler Charles, gardener, w s Butternut av 1st h s Ella Groh Jacob, brewery, e s Carr av lid h s John Grandwell Patrick, mason, n e c Westchester rd & Benson av Gross Frederick, grocer, n s Wr Railroad 3d h e St. Ann's av Gross Joseph, pianomkr, n s Uucas 2d h e Robbins av Grossman Julius, waiter, s w c 3d av & Benson Gumbert Christopher, saiooii, e s 3d av 2d h s Third Guelihus Hermann, carpenter, w s 3d av 2d h n Fourth Gunden Jacob, pianomkr, s s Denman 3d h w 3d av
Guest August, carpenter, av s Courtland av 1st h s Governeur Guentling John, grocer, s s Governeur 1st h w Courtland av Gunther Bernard, tailor, n s Governeur 4th h e Morris av Gunther Wm., pianomkr, n s Governeur 4th h e Morris av Gunther George M., cabinetrnkr, ss Springfield 10th h w 3d ar Gulick John, peddler, n s Springfield 9th h w 3d av Gustaveson Edward, builder, n s Van Corlear 2d h w 3d av, r s w c 143d & Clifton av Guyner, n s 134th 4th h w Willis av Guersing Joseph, stair-builder, e s Retreat av 1st h n Westchester rd

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Anthony, clerk, N. Y., e s K R av 3d h s Van Stoll Win., mariner, ws Courtland av o"d h n Milton George, minstrel, w 8 Courtland av 3dh n Milton John, laborer, Port Morris Francis, laborer, Port Morris Harlem Bridge. Fordham A: Morrisania R. R. deoot. e a 3d ay 1st h i) S. Boulevard Hallis Thomas, laborer, w s 3d av od h n Mott Hazelbaum John, laborer, s w c Hd av <fc Smeeman Hartmeyer John, painter, e s 3d av 5th h 8 136th Hallett James, s 8 137th let h « St. Ann's av Hare Patrick, gardener, nee S. Boulevard & iJivision ar

fitter, s 8 147th 1st h e Mill Brook Hall Margaret, wid., w s 3d av 6th h n Smeeman Hall Kobert, contractor, n s Concord 2d h w 'ollege av Hall Mr., contractor, nee Concord & College av Hall James, contractor, n s Garden 2d h w 3d av Hall Alfred, engraver, N. Y., n s Garden 6th h w .'oliege av Hall Wilbur, clerk, N. Y., s s 141st 1st h e Alexander av Hall Edward, clerk. N. Y., s s 14lst 1st h e Alexander av Hall William, clerk, X. Y., s 8 141st 1st h e Alexander av Hall Robert F.. painter, n e c 185th & Willis av Hall II. B., engraver, s s Georsre bet Forrest av & Boston rd Hall H. B.. jr., engraver, s s Sixth 1st h w Union av Hall Flrnest, lawyer, office s s Fifth nr Wash'n av, rs s Spring pi 1st h w Boston rd Hall Theodore, piano mkr, n s Prospect 2d h v Courtland av Hall Henry, caulker, N. Y., n s Milton 1st h w Courtland av Hale Charles, s w c Home av & 137th Hale Henry, publisher, nee Halsey & Morris pi Sale Oliver P., stone cutter, s s Second 1st h e R R av Hart Bernard, laborer, n s 144th 3d h e 3d axHart Michael, laborer, Port Morris Hart David, carpenter, N. Y.. o s ourtland av 3d h n Mott Hart Pnilip, baker, w s 3d av 1st h s Fourth Hart James, painter, n s Second 3d h \v Wash'n av Harris James, goldbeater, - e Jefferson 1st h w Clinton Harris Geo. E., goldbeater, s s Jefferson 1st h w Clinton Harris George, Ibr., s av c 3d av & Qoverneur Harris George, express, \v s od av 2d h s Second Harris Harry, express, 6 8 3d ;iv 2d h a Spring pi Harris Bonj., tailor, b 8 New 1st h w Union av Haley Hewy, carpenter, s s Main 5th h e R R av 4th h w Clifton a\' Haley John, laborer. H e

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Haley John, iron moulder, w a 3d av 7th h n Van Stoll Haley Patrick, laborer, esod av 3d h s 136th Harrison David E., e s Alexander av 3d h g 139th Haffen Henry, carpenter, e s Concord av 1st h s Lexington Haffen Charles, saloon, w s Concord av 1st h s Elm Haffen John, brewer, n s Elton 10th h w 3d av Haffen Matthias, brewer, n w c Courtland av & Elton Haffen John, saloon, w s Willis av 1st h s 147 th Harvey John, plumber, s s Mott 2d h w College av

41

Hawley Mrs. h s Ella

0. L.,

wid., P. 0. clerk, r

w

s

Courtland av 1st

Hazell Thomas, sewing machines, e s St. Ann's av 2d h s Westchester rd Hack Godfrey, baker, n s Wr Railroad 3d h e Bobbins av Haphy Michael, mason, s s Pontiac 3d h e Tinton av Haggerty Georgo C, clerk, N. Y., n e c College av & Garden Hanley Winfield, wid., s s 145th 4th h e 3d av Hanw John, stair builder, n s 144th 4th h e Willis av Hayden John, carpenter, s s 143d 1st h w Clifton av Harper Edward, porter, N. Y., s s 143d 4th h w Clifton av Hargrave Wm. J., mason, n s 142d 1st h w Willis av Haywood Sydney, bookkeeper, n s 140th 1st h e Alexander ay Halleek Wm. H., stair builder, n s 134th 3d h w Willis av Haxtman Fred. AV., shoes, e s Willis av 4th h s 147th Hayden Patrick, iron moulder, s e c 141st & 3d av Haight Ann, wid., n w c 3d av & Garden Handron Michael, laborer, Port Morris Haines Elizabeth, wid., Port Morris Hannigan Henry, engineer, Port Morris Hannigan Michael, laborer, Port Morris Harding Michael, laborer, Port Morris Hammond Chas., sash & blinds, s s Cottage 1st h w College av Hammond Thos. J., shoemkr, w s Wash'n av 1st h n First Hartig W^alter, iron moulder, n s Cottage 19th h w College av Haigh Joseph Ij., wire, N. Y., n s Grove 1st h w Macomb av HAYS & 1MMEN, butchers, 3d av nr Eindlay Hays Wm., butcher, w s 3d av Isth s William Hays Agnes, wid., s e c Main & Macomb av Hays Wm., agent, N. Y., nee Grove av & Cliff Hayes Michael, gardener, s s William 4th h w Wash'n av Hase Fred. W., bookkeeper, N. Y\, n s Seventh let h w Union av Haydock Richard, life ins., 1ST. Y., e s Macomb av 11th h r

Main Handibode Thomas,

coal,

n

s

Van

Stoll

3d h

w

3d av

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w
\v

Hatch George, clerk, N. Y., B II av 3d h s Van Stoll Haidevan Joseph, stone yard, Mott Haven, s a Elton 2d h
Courtland av

Haidevan & Kline, blue stone yard, Hankenson Adolphus, carpenter, N.

s 8

Y.,

134th 1st h e 3d av n s Melrose 4th h

Wash'n av
Ifanish John, shoemkr, e s Wash'n av *2d h s Melrose Sebastian, mason, n s Springfield 4th h e Courtland av a 3d av 10th h s Milton Hanok John, saloon, Hassett Peter, carpenter, s e c Courtland av & Mary Courtland av Harry James, stair bdr, N. Y., n s Mary 1st h Hantau Fred., mechanic, n s Elton 1st h o Courtland av Eartman Charles, milkman, s s Elton 1st h e Courtland av

Hanck

w

w

Hare Edward, mason, n s Schuyler 1st h w Morris av Hatfield James L., lbr., n s Governeur 2d h w 3d av Halsey Daniel, lbr., s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av Halsey Isaac, builder, N. Y., s w c Grove & Wall Hackett Win., dentist, n s Denman 3d h w Courtland av Happy Frank, tailor, 3 s Denman 4th h w Courtland av

Harvey Frank, saloon, w s 3d av 10th h s Milton Hartwig Charles, optician, w s 3d av 14th h s Milton adgie George, e s 3d av 1st h n Pose Hammer Herman, tailor, e s 3d av 3d h s Westchester rd Hatter John, shoemkr, s w c 3d av & Benson Hartling E., painter, n s Mutt 4th h w 3d av llanag Patrick, lbr., n s Strong 3d h e Porest av Harriott Joseph P., scribe, N. Y., e s Forest av 3d h n Wall Ilatton John P., painter, w s Porest av 1st h n Wall
i

Hannah Samuel, stone cutter, s s Denman 7th w Courtland av Harrison Mary J., s s Denman 4th h e Morris av Hannegan Patrick, lbr., s s Benson 4th h e Morris av Hake Caspar, clothier, w s 3d av 1st hn Milton

I

Haag

Michael, brewer, w s 3d av 7th h s Eighth Haag Jacob, saloon, w s 3d av opp Spring pi Hauptman John 11 bookkeeper, sec 3d av & Seventh Hauptman Wm. L., painter's supplies, e s 3d av IsthsSeventh Hauptman Arthur P. jr. printer, e s 3d av 1st h s Seventh Hauptman Arthur !>., justice, office n e c 3d av & Milton, r e
,

Home & Porest av w s 3d av 2d h n Eighth Harpham John H., carpenter, w s 3d av 2d h n Eighth aim Henry, driver, w s 3d av 1st h n Eighth
11

anon Mary

A., s e c

ELarpham Mrs. Mary
1

J.,

1

,

s

3d av

1st

h

s

Seventh
goods,

Hagennnan John, dry

w

Harvey George, tinsmith,

w

s

s 3d av 4th h s Seventh 3d av 5th h n Third

MOREISANIA DIRECTORY.
Hammer Edward C, hotel, n w c 3d & K E aves Hammer Emma, dressmkr., n w c 3d & E E avs Hammer Louisa, dressmkr., n w c 3d & E R avs
Halsted Joseph

43
a

Hayden

P., trainer,

Fleetwood Park, e

e

3d av 3d h

Spring pi

Hartman

L., agent, e a P. Eav 1st h n Sixth av & Seventh Casper, flour & feed, n e c 1st h n Seventh Hamlitshck Alfred, peddler, e s Hamil John, tailor, w s Pulton av 6th h s Eighth

EE EEav

Harder Albert, tinsmith, N. Y., s s Melrose 1st h e Terrace pi Hamilton Wm., piano mkr, n s Prospect 1st h e Terrace pi Hammon Thomas P., cigars, nee Courtland av & Union Hanlon Kate, wid., n s Union 4th h e Courtland av Hanlon Edward, printer, n s Union 4th h e Courtland av Hanlon John, plumber, w s 3d av 1st h s Milton Hanlon Daniel, tailor, e s 3d av 2d h s 141st Hanlon Luke, carpenter, s s Wr Railroad, bet Eagle & Passage avs

Hallen Ann, wid.,

s s

Melrose 7th h

Wash'n av printer, n s Union Oth h Harman John, paper stainer, s Courtland av 3d h s William Halloran James, lbr., e s Courtland av 2d h n Findlav
Hatch George,

w Wash'n w

av

w

Philip, bookkeeper, N. Y., n s Waverly 1st h n Courtland av Habeck Win., pianos, N. Y., s s Findlay let h e Courtland av Harman n Michael, gardener, n s Waverly 2d h w Wash'n av Hance James, builder, s s Milton 3d h w Courtland av Hagerman Julius, lbr., s w e Milton & Wash'n av Hamilton William A., lbr., s s Milton 8th h w Wash'n av Hankerson Nancy, wid.. s s Milton 4th h e Courtland av Haynes James, carpenter, N. Y"., sec William & Wash'n av Hannon Pat., driver, e s Wash'n av 2d h n Seventh Hardwick James, builder, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Eighth Hard wick Albert J., carpenter, n s Third 4th h e R R av Hafiner John, shoemkr, n s Second 1st h w Wash'n av Haas Burkert, furniture, s s First 4th h w 3d av Haas Joseph, cabinetmkr, N. Y., s s First 4th li av 3d av Hassler E. II., coach trimmer, N. Y., w s Forest av 1st h s

Hannegan

New
August, carpenter, s s Cliff 1st h e Grove av Hertoff Joseph, lbr., s s Third 4th h av Wash'n av Hergert Mary, wid., seamstress, s s Governeur Nth h w Courtland av Henecke John (Eev.,) e s Morris av 1st h s Governeur Henraty Patrick, junk, n s Denman 4th h w Morris av Henning John, tinsmith, e s Courtland a*' 1st lis Denman

Hay

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MOK1USANIA DIBECTORY,

e Courtland av Herlich Peter, printer, N. Y., e s .'3d av 4th h s Milton Tollman George, lbr., e s 3d av let h n drove Heyman George, butcher, av s 3d av 2d h n Elton Heidernian Jacob J., paper hanger, w s 3d av 3d ]i n Elton Heidemian Peter, tassels, n s Schuyler 5th h e Jourtland av Heiderman John, tassels, n s Schuyler 5th h e Courtland av Merger Christian, silicon, av s 3d av 1st h s Dennian Heins Louis, clerk, n e c Courtland av & Mott II err Christian, lbr., n w c Courtland av & Mott Henderson John, printer, ns Mott lid li e Morris av Heisle Adam, blacksmith, e s Courtland av 3d h s Elton 3d av & Westchester rd, r s s Hefele Henry, barber, Elton 1 st h av Courtland av Hefele Joseph, florist, w s 3d av 6th h n Third ilensel & Thomas, dealers in second hand lumber, he c Courtland av & William ilensel Frederick, n e c Courtland av & Melro.-e Heisuer Salina, wid., n s Melrose 1st h w Wash'n av Hess .lacob, stone cutter, n s Melrose 1st h av Wash'n av Herman Ernest, piano mkr, n s Mary 7th h w Wash'n av Herman Andrew, carpenter, e s (Jourtland av 1st h n Mary Hensingcr Charles, dry goods, e s Courtland av lid h n Mary Hecht Baptiste, cigar mrr, e s (Jourtland av 2d h n Mary Hecht Selig, tailor, s av c 3d av & Mott Hecht Catherine, washerwoman, s s Waverly 1st h Courtland av Helm Adam, tailor, s s Schuyler bth h e Courtland av Hebele Charles, grocer, s s Schuyler 1st h w Wash'n av Ilenneberger .John, painter, n s Elton 2d h w 3d av Henneberg John, painter, av s Wash'n av 1st h s Fifth Heisner John, cabinet mkr, n s Governeur 2dh e Courtland av Heinbii-li Kiias. dry goods, w & Wash'n av 1st li s Tnird Heller Karl, cigar mi'r, s s Elton 7th h av 3d av Herring .John, brewer, n av c 3d av & Fourth Herring William, iron moulder, n e c Willis av & 145th Hefferman Mrs. Maria, e s Clinton 1st h n Seventh lebber George, grocer, n av c 3d av & SeA enth Belter George, brewer, e b 3d av 2d h s Seventh HENItY JOHN A., Internal Revenue Assessor, b b Fifth 4th
I

Henning Petet*, lbr., e s 3d av 3d h s Ros< Henning Henry, leather, s s Governeur lid h

(

nee

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1)

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li,

R

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Henry Remi, machinist, s s First 1st h w 3d av Henry Hannah, confectioner, e 8 3d av 2d h s Main Henry William, papier mache, X. V., e s 3d av 2d h

s

Main

Third Avenue,

bet.

DEALERS IN

Third and Fourth Streets,

4

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CANNED FBUITS AND VEGETABLES,
and Domestic ForeignSMOKED AND SALTED Fruits and Nuts, &c.
'

FISH, HAMS,

POULTEY, GAME, AND VEGETABLES IN SEASON,
At New York

H.

S.

DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF

CAMPBELL,
TO ORDER.
ALSO,

Prices, for Cash.

Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
FINE DRESS SHIRTS^MADE
Base Ball, Fire and Parade Shirts, cor. 143d Street, Branch Staten Island Dyeing Establishment,

Third Avenue,

MOTT HAVEN. BERNARD M. CHAVE,
n>u
Si Sl

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£

9

B

9

FORDHdM AVENUE
Nfab Fifth Street,
Plans, Specifications

j

M0RRI5ANIA
to.

and Estimates Furnished. Jobbing promptly attended

C H \ s\l e $ B

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FORDH AM AVENUE,
h street,.

M@RftD@AKlllA,
all Occasions,

Music Furnished for

THIRD STREET, MORRISANIA,

STEAM SAWING & PLAMNG,
SASHES, BLINDS, DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES, A.T SHOR.T NOTICE.
Plans. Specifications and Estimates furnished for Public and Private Buildings.

"

The Westchester Times"
OfSTOS,
TWO STEAM
PRESSES.

JOB PRINTING of all

FIFTH STREET,
Near Harlem Railroad Depot,

kinds, Promptly, Neatly, and Cheaply Executed.

MORRISANIA.

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.
Henry George, papier
Seventh

45

HENWOOH HUGH,

inaclie,

N. Y.,

e s
s

physician,

I

3d av 2d h s Main Franklin av 5th li n

Kenwood Richard, surveyor, n Herron Wm., carpenter, e s R

w c Wash'n av & Sixth R av 5th h n Seventh

Herbz George, carpenter, n s Melrose 2d h e Conrtland av Hertman Charles, music, N. Y., n s Melrose 1st h e Terrace pi Herd Nicholas, police, Prospect 1st h w Wash'n av Hehl Louis, ins. agent, w s Wash'n av 2d li n Melrose Hehl Charles, carpenter, w s 3d av opp Spring pi
Heberlein Julius, sash & blinds, w s Courtland av Prospect Hefi'ermaii Patrick. Ibr., n s Union 6th h e Courtland Heyer Ferdinand, sec Milton & Terrace pi Hetzel Joseph, surgical ints, s s Milton '2d h e Terrace Herschniann Conrad, bookkeeper, N. Y., s s Milton
Terrace pi

2d h
av
pi

av

3d h

s

Herselnuann John
race pi

J.,

piano uikr, N. Y.,
s s

s s

Milton 3d h

e Ter-

Heberlein Amelia, seamstress,

Milton 8th h e Courtland av av 1st h n Third s e c R R av & Fourth & n w c Helmuth & 3d av & Cottage, r e s R R av 1st h s Fourth Helfinger John, shoemkr, n e c Wash'n av & Seventh Efealy Martin, Ibr s s Third 4th h w Wash'n av Herger Wm., baker, n e c Wash'n ay & Fourth Hedges George, conductor, w s College av 1st h n Lowell r Healthy John, nrasorr, s s '14 >th 2d ft e 'linton av Hennick Laurenz, brewer, e s Willis av 3d h s 147th Henzler Frederick, musician, e s Macomb av 3d h s Mam Ilemmer F. A., liquors, N. Y., Passage av opp 143d h w 3d av Henshaw George, clerk, N. Y., n s Willow pi Ileiurich Eberharclt, cigars, e s 3d av 4th h s 14(3tk Heinrich John G.. baker, e s 3d av 7th h n 147th Hermanspan William, frames, w s 3d ay 2d h s Mott Cliff Hesse Frnest, saloon, Hupfels brewery, s e o 'arr av Heyer Wm. I)., teacher, s s Westchester rd opp St. Ann's av av Carr a\ He'chsting Edward, baker, n s Wesich ester rd 1st ]l Herbst Henry, gardener, s s Pontine 4th h e Tintoii av Hell Frederick, Ibr., n s Cncas 2d h e Robbins av Hennegau John, Ibr., s w c Robbins av & Terrace pi Hiltesf Augustus, dairy, e s 3d av 3d h s Eighth Plitehcock Fred., driver, w s 3d av 2d h n Eighth Hint/ Louis, saloon, e s 3d av 4ih h s Seventh Hildebrandt Henry, brewer, e s 3 av 5th h s Seventh

Meckel John

furniture, e s Sielken, furniture,
J.,

RR

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MORRIS ANIA DIEECTGKT.
grocer,
driver,

Hincke Lorenz, Hicks Richard,

nee Franklin av & Sixth w b 3d av 3d h s Second

Hillgrove A., stationer, e s 3d av 2d h s Fifth llite Geo. 11., artist, w s Franklin av 3d li s Seventh llines John, lbr., n s First 4th h e Courtland av Hines Michael, lbr., n s Union 1st h e Courtland av Wash'n av Higgins Robert, miner, n s William 1st h Higgins Obadiali R., w s Franklin av 2d h n Eighth Higgins Marks, iron moulder, s s Mott 1st h w College av Higgins Miles, lbr., n s Henrick, 1st h av 3d av Hill David A., w s Fulton av 3d h n Fifth Hill Edward, w s Franklin av opp Jefferson

w

Hill Win. H., brushes, N. Y., n s Schuyler 2d Hille Anthonv, s s Dennian 2d h w 3d av

h

w Courtland av

Hicks David, waiter, N. Y., s w c 3d av & Denman Hipp Peter, teacher, w s Courtland av 2d h s Mary Hipp John, lbr., n s Governeur 4th h w 3d av Hipp Adam, maps, N. Y., n s Elton 7th h w 3d av Hilke Helen, wid., s s Elton 4th h e Morris av Hiers William F., collector, n s 140th 1st h e Alexander av Hickey Patrick, lbr., s s Mott 3d h w 3d av Hilderbrand Ferdinand, barber, e s 3d av 5 th h s 136th Hilbert John, dairy, e s 3d av 3d h s Eighth Hilbert Henry, pianomkr, sec Retreat av & Gerard Hittorff Jos., lithographer, N. Y., n w c Wash'n av & Third Tloyt Mr., clerk, N. Y., w s St. Ann's av 1st h n 146th Hoyt Henry M., n s 136th 1st h w Willis av Hoyt J. A., s 8 Willow pi 1st h w College av Howe Elmira, n s 141st 1st h e 3d av Holmes Benjamin, clerk, N. Y., Port Morris Howell George C, truckman, N. Y., s s Cottage 1st h w College av Hollohan James, mason, s s Cottage 6th h w College av Hold Chs. J., s s Cottage 7th h w College av Hotaling John, stone-cutter, R R av 3d h s Van Stoll Howell William 15., watchman, e s 3d av 4th h n S Boulevard Hook Joseph, boarding-house, w s 3d av 2d h s Edsell Hoffman Frank, lbr., b w c 3d av & Smeeman Hoffman Jacob, brewer, n s Eighth 1st h e 3d av Hoffman Rudolph, lbr., w s Carr av 1st h 8 156th Hoffman Mrs. Mary, n 3d av & Spring pi Hoffman Fred. W., engraver, n h Third 2d h w 3d av Hoffman John, gardener, n 8 L43d 5th e 3d av Hoffman John, cooper, s s Mary 1st h e Courtland av Hoffman Edward, upholsterer, N. Y., e s 3d av 3d h s Henry
t; <:

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.

47

Hoffman August, painter, N. Y., s a New 1st h w Union av Hoffman E., perfumer, n w c Wash'n av & Seventh HOTALING DAVID, blue-stone yard, e s 3d av 4th h s 136th, r n s 135th bet Alexander & Willis avs Hopkins John, leather, N. T., e s Alexander av 3d h s 139th Hogan John, saloon, s s Wr Railroad 1st h e Passage av Hopper Henry, conductor, e s Concord av 3d h s Lexington Hosenlopp Phillip, saloon, sec Mott & Courtland av

Hoerst Gustave, die-sinker, N. Y., s w c Courtland av & Mott Holines John H. (Capt.,) s s 141st 5th h e Alexander av Hoeland Nich., saloon, s w c Union av & New Hoeland Annie, crockery, s w c Union av & New Hoeland Wm., Sec'y German Savings Bank, r e w c 3d av &
First

Hoeland Nicholas, tailor, w s 3d av 1st h s Spring pi, r s w c Union av & New Hoeland Mrs. Wm., crockery, a w c 3d av & First Hoppe Charles, gardener, n s William 1st h e Morris pi Holder Wni., lbr., w s Eagle av 1st h s Westchester rd Holder Robt. (Rev.,) w s Boston rd 3d h s Seventh Honne Michael, liquors, sec Robbins av & Willow Holloway Michael, lbr., n s Strong 1st h w Union av Holloway John, lbr., n s Strong 1st h w Union av THOMAS W., Manufacturer of Houchin's Patent Specialties, rsec Wash'n av & Seventh Houchin Walter, machinist, s e c Wash'n av & Seventh Holtz Harry, actor, N. Y., n s George bet Villa pi Union av

HOUCHIN

Hoppwood Wm., toys, s s Sixth 1st h rear Boston rd Hopwood Mrs. Elizabeth, s s Sixth 1st h rear Boston rd Hogan Wm., bookkeeper, N. Y., e s Cottage pi 3d h n Eighth Howell Lemuel, carpenter, e s 3d av 2d h s Eighth
Howell Lemuel, jr., carpenter, e s 3d av 2d h s Eighth Howell J., carpenter, e s 3d av 2d h s Eighth Howell Joseph, carpenter, a s Fourth 3d h e R R av Howell Lemeul, carpenter, w 8 Wash'n av 3d h s Fifth Hover Wm. H., e s 3d av 4th h s Eighth Hovey George F. printer, w s Franklin 2d h n Fifth Horton Henry L., physician, n s Fifth bet Franklin av & Boston rd

Holahan Amelia, crockery, e a 3d av 3d h s Spring pi Holahan Francis F., physician, N. Y., e a 3d av 3d h
Spring pi

e

Holohan Michael,

lbr., e s

3d av 4th h
a s

a

Hob el Wensel,

cigarmkr, n

Union

Hoffinire Mrs. Elizabeth,

w

R R av 9th h

pi 1st

Henry h e R
a

R av

Eighth

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MOKRISANIA DIRECTORS.

Hoffinire Edward, e s

E

11

li n Eighth Prospect 3d h e Oourtland av Hoy Thomas 8., junk, s s First 4th h av Ji 11 av Hottcnroth Christian C, harness, n s Union 1st h e Oourtland av HolloAvay Thomas, carpenter, w s CJourtland av -ithhs William Holding George, artist, e s Terrace pi J at h s Waverly Homans Charles, pianomkr, N. Y., s s Milton 2d h av Courtland av Houseman John, rag-picker, s s Waverly 1st li e Courtland av Hogg William, leather, ]N\ Y., n s Milton 1st li av Wash'n av Hofk'acker Bertrand J., printer, e s 'ourtland av 2d h n Milton Hollock Fred'k, ibr., av s Wash'n av 1st h n Waverly Hofer A. Edmund, upholsterer, X: Y., n s Third 2d h w Wash'n av Hofer Wm., fitter, sec Oourtland av & Denman Horn George, s av c Wash'n av & Third Horn Henry, junk, s s Governeur L!d h e R It av Hoen Martin, painter, s s Third 2d h av Wash'n av Hock Godfrey, cigars, N. Y., s b New 2d h av Union av Horbush Martin, grocer, n s Mary 10th h av Wash'n av Hori'us Philip, carman, s s'Mary 2d h e Oourtland av ~ Hogarth George, elerk, N, Y. w s Wash'n av 1st h n Spring-

Hogan

Joseph, carpenter,

WsB
s s

av 3d h n Fifth li av 4tli

Homaster Frank, pianomkr,

(

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Hogarth Henry,
field

porter,

N. Y.,

av s

Wash'n av

1st

h n Spring-

Hote Joseph, shoemkr,

w

Hohink Jacob,
Hoblatz

lbr., \v a

s Wash'n av 1st h s .Springfield Wash'n av Lst h n Schuyler

Pliilip,

upholsterer,

A'.

V..

s

-

Schuyler

7th h

av

Wash'n av
milkman, n a Elton 1st ii av 8d av Hornberger Jacob, cabinetmkr, s s Elton lst h e Morris aAHoeing ISngelbert, mason, an" s Oourtland av 1st h s Governeur Houseman John, junk, n s Governeur Lsth e R 11 av llegan Michael, lbr., ss Benson 8th h e Morris av Horman Christian, lbiv, e s Oourtland av 3d h s Elton s 3d av 3d h s Eioran Peter, lbr., Henry Hold r'v ed., shoemkr, u s Mott 3d h w 3d av Holmes James, plumber, u a Mot1 Lst h w College av Hutchings Saml. W. basketmkr, n 8 LTnion 7th Ilav Wash'n av Hutchings SaxhL; W., jr., basketmkr, n s I nion 8th h a\
Holt' Ueinhard,
<•

Wash'n av Hubner Conrad,
Fourth
1st

saloon, n s Fourth h e Wash'n av

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MB
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STORE

MYERS,
East of Post Office,

Street,

two

cloors

FINEST BRANDS OF
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CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
All are manufactured "~~ my Cigars

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ROBERT

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DEALER IN

EOIL.
ALCOHOL, BURNING FLUID,
Lamps; Globes, Shades, ]_ampwicks,
tyc.

Cor,

Seventh Street and Washington Avenue,

MORRIS ASLi

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the orri$J4«ta S&trinas 3tenk, ^M
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Corner of Westchester and Boston Roads.
Open Daily from 10 A. M. to 3 P. Evenings from 5
Six per cent,
interest

M

;

Also

Monday and Saturday
sums from

to 8 o'clock.
tax allowed on all

free

of

Government
$1 to $5,000.

All deposits

made on
interest

or before the

20th of January. April. July and

Oc

^)'^jer.T\r^U| lje{sr>

from

1st

of those months.

,Spe/nAl. accounts

iV'ill

ances,

(hecks paid
\i
.

at sight,

be opened, and interest allowed on the daily baland without the pass-book in this department

only.

v

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resident.

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Huek Huck

49

George, jr., jeweller, 11 s Third 3d li w Wash'n av George, machinist, sec Wash'n av 1st h Third, r n s Third 3d h w Wash'n av II av Hull Josiah, n s Third 4th h e Hnsten Mrs. M. A., crockery, s s Fifth 5th h w od av Hurley Miss Margaret, toy store, e s Wash'n av 2d h n Third Hurley Miss Maria, seamstress, e s Wash'n av 2d h n Third Hurley Miss Eleanor, seamstress, e s Wash'n av '2d h n Third Hurley Cornelius, moulder, w s 3d av 3d li n Third Hurley Mrs. Catharine J., confectioner, w s 3d av 3dh n Third Hunard Erank, stone-cutter, n s Melrose 1st h w Wash'n av Hunsinger Malachi, Ibr., n s Mary Oth li w Wash'n av Hume Alex., tailor, N. Y., s s Mary 5th h av Courtland av Hume George, tailor, N. Y., s s Mary 5th h w Courtland av Hunsted George, lbr., s s av 1st h s Springfield Hudson Peter, driver, s s Deninan 3d h w 3d av Hubert Bartholomew, tailor, n s Benson 1st h av Courtland av Hughes James, liquors, s s Benson 5th h av Courtland av Hughes Catherine, Avid., s s Benson 1st li w Courtland av Hughes Patrick, peddler, n s Mott 'id h w Morris av Hughes John (He v.,) e s Alexander av 1st li s 140th

E

PP

Humphrey James, lbr., n av c 3d aA' & WaA'erly Humphrey J. B., sash & blinds, e s 3d aA 1st lin
r

139th

Hutton Miss Jennie, compositor, s s Sixth 1st li av Boston rd Hutton Mrs. Deborah, seamstress, s s Sixth 1st h av Boston rd Hutchinson Moses, carpenter, n av c Concord & College a\Hulse Joseph, billiards, N. Y\, n s 143d 1st li av Willis av T Huntington William, mer., 1S Y., s s 139th '2d h e Willis av Hunt Theodore, builder, n s Sixth nr Wash'n aA', res Wash'n aA* 1st h n First Hunt Charles, n s 144th 7 th he Willis av Hunt Eli T., carpenter, s s 135th 12th h e Alexander av
.

Hunt Charles (Capt.,) nee 134th & Willis av Hunt Humphrey, carpet weaver, n s 138th 2d h av 3d av Hunt John T., carpenter, 'av s Spring pi opp William Huber John, carpenter, e s Willis av 2d h s 146th Huntzmeyer Frederick, carpenter, s s Cottage 5th h w
lege av Humbart Francis, agent, s s William 4th h e Morris pi Huckel William (Eev,) St. Ann's av & 138th

Col-

Hurst John, jr., mason, n w c Rose & Petreat av Hurst John, mason, n av c Pose & Petreat av Huerstel Thuerstel, w s Butternut av 2d h s Ella Hupfel Anton, brewery, sec Carr av & Chff Hupert John, tailor, e s Petreat av 1st h s Gerard
4

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MORRISA&IA DIRECTORY.

Hyde Leonard, drygoods, N. Y., e s Forest av 3d h s George Hyde Miss Sybil, millinery, n w c Wash'n av & Sixth Hynard Caleb, stevedore, n s Cottage 2d h w 3d av Hyatt George, clerk, e s Macomb av 4th h s Main
Hyatt Jonathan D., teacher,
s s

Westchester rd opp Benson av

I
Icker Fred'k, varnisher, N. Y., s s Springfield 3d h w 3d av Iffla Henry, drugs, w s 3d av 1st h s Lowell Ignatz August, clerk, N. Y., s s Henrick 3d h w 3d av h s Grove Illig Geo., cabinetmkr, w s Retreat av 5th Geo., jr., carriagemkr, w s Retreat av 5th h s Grove Illig
Illion John, lbr.,

Hers A.

F., s s

Port Morris 135th 9th h e Alexander av
s

h e Morris av Union 5th h e Courtland av Irwin John, carman, s s Denman 12th h w Courtland av Isaacs Isidore, restaurant, N. Y., w s Clifton av 1st h s 143d Isaacs Adolph, cigars, N. Y., e s Beach av 3d h s Lexington Isler Win., brewer, n s Seventh 1st h e 3d av Iste Andrew, mason, n s Seventh 1st h e 3d av Ittmeyer Henry, clerk, N. Y., w s 3d av 3d h s Edsell Itzinger Jacob, fur mfr, w s 3d av 4th h s Fourth Ives Joseph S., engraver, N. Y., n s Second 1st h e R R av
John, butcher, n
Springfield 3d

Immen

Ingraham Moses,

hosier, s s

Jarvis Win., gardener, n s Milton 4th h w Wash'n av Jacobi Ludwig, bookkeeper, sec Eighth & 3d av Jacques Henry, coachman, n s Findley 3d h e Courtland av Jacques Robert, builder, s 6 Melrose 3d h w Courtland av Janney August, gunsmith, s w c Seventh & Wash'n av Jackson Henry, lbr., s s Melrose 3d h w Wash'n av Jackson Wm., lbr., n s Wash'n av 1st h s Waverly Jackson Wm. H., bookkeeper, N. Y., w s 3d av 5th h n Van
-

Stoll

Jackson Joseph, messenger, N. Y., s s Schuyler 5th h e Courtland av Jahn Richard, painter, n s Schuyler 1st h w Courtland av James Thomas, tailor, s w c Morris av & Springfield Janes George, banker, N. Y., n s 143d bet Passage & St. Ann's av Janes Charles B., banker, N. Y., n s 143d bet Passage & St. Ann's av

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.
Janes & Kirtland, foundry,

51

s s Westchester rd nr Benson av Jacobs Mrs. Lucinda, wid., boarding-house, s s Fourth 3d h e

RR.av
Jacobson Adolph & Co., grocers, sec Morris av & Elton Jacobson H., saloon, w s 3d av 5th h n Van Stoli Jauntry Alexander, iron moulder, n s Main 3d h e R R av Jennings Jane, wid., w s Boston rd 3d h s Jefferson Jennings Whittmore, printer, N. Y., w s Boston rd 3d h
Jefferson

s

Jennings Geo., printer, N. Y., e s 3d av 3d h s Spring pi Jennings Jamuel B., printer, N. Y., n s Third 5th h e R R av Jennings Francis A. A., printer, N. Y., n s Third 5th h e

RRav

Jennings James H., moulder, n s Denman 2d h e Morris av Jefferson Win., paper stainer, N. Y., s s Denman 9th h Courtland av Jeffreys Arthur, tobacconist, w s College av 3d h n Concord Jenkins James, blacksmith & wheelwright, s s Westchester rd 4th h e Retreat av Jimmerson John, teamster, s s Mott 3d h w 3d av Joupes Jacob, cigarmkr, n s Union pi 1st h e R R av Joyce Patrick, watchman, nee Union & Courtland av Johnston Jane, wid., nee Union & R R av Johnston John, mason, nee Union & R R av Johns- m Win., clerk, s s Fifth 2d h e R R av Johnson Abram, soda water factory, N. Y., w s Franklin av 2d

w

h n Sixth
Johnson Alfred, machinist, s w c 3d av & Garden Johnson John, painter, n s 144th 5th h e Willis av Johnston John, gardener, s s 135th 1st h e St. Ann's av Johnson Johan, cook, s w c 3d av & Smeeman Johnson T., ice, s s Edsell 5th h w 3d av Johnson James, teamster, s s Mott 3d h w 3d av Johnson Charles, lbr., w s Carr av 1st h s Rae Johnson Eugenia, dressmkr, n s Elton 10th h w 3d av Johnson Wm., lbr., s s Benson 8th h w Courtland av Johnson Fred'k, lbr., s w c 3d av & Governeur Johnson Philip, machinist, e s Courtland av 1st h n Mott Joseph Herman, tailor, s s Benson 7th h w Courtland av Joseph John, porter, n s Schuyler 7th h e Courtland av
Joost Joseph, cigars, Wash'n avs Jost Bernard, grocer, Courtland av & Mott Joueserandot Louise, wid., n s Cottage 6th h w College av

necEE&
nee

Jones John P., inspector, n s Wall 2d h w Union av Jones Andrew, iron moulder, s s Edsell 3d li w 3d av

Wi

MOL'UISANIA DIRECTORY.

Jones Adam, carpenter w s 3d av 3d h n llenrick Joecker J. Mrs., physician, n s Lowell 2d h e College av s s Pontiac 1st li e Tinton av Jorgers Henry, carpenter, Julian Win., liquors, s W c Boston rd & Seventh Jube Thomas N., plumber, n s Milton 4th h av Wash'n av Jungerman Wm., candies, N. Y., s s Mary 3d li e Courtland av

K
Rating
Kaffenberg Katera Wenzel, cigarmkr, av s 3d av 8th h s Fifth Kampman Mr., printer, N. Y., e s Franklin av 3d h n Fifth Kassan Christian, carpenter, n w c 3d av & Fourth Karasek John, saloon, n s li 11 av 1st h s Wash'n av Kaney Garrett, lbr., e s Courtland av 1st h n First Kaiser Elizabeth, wid., s s William Oth h av Wash'n av Kaiser John, machinist, s s William 9th h av Wash'n av Kaiser John, cigars, e s 3d av 5th h n 14oth Kay Simon, builder, N. Y., e s Terrace in 1st h n Waverly Kapart John, gardener, s s First (>th li av 3d av Kanger Ernest, carpenter, n s First 1st h e Wash'n av Kauger Ernest, carpenter, n s First 5th h av 3d av Karel Francis (lie v.,) n s Dennian 2d h av 3d av Kasschau Hans C. G., Union Hall, n e c Mary & Courtland av Kahlman Jacob, lbr., s s Springfield '2d h av 3d av Kaucher Charles, saloon, n s Schuyler 1st li av 3d av Kabel John, lbr., s s Dennian 3d h e Courtland av Kantz Adolph, mounter, s av c Governeur & 3d av Karst John, lbr., n s Benson 3d hw 3d av Ivayser John, sash & blinds, av s Courtland av 3d h s Benson Kap August, clerk, N. Y'., s s 145th 4th h av Clifton av Kalsmacher Karl, musician, s av c 3d av & Smeeman Kavanagh Luke, peddler, n w e 147th & Retreat av Kavanagh Michael, mason, n s Ella 1st h e Morris pi KaAanagh John, unison, av s 3d av 10th h s Milton Karl Louis, waiter, e s Retreat av bet 147th & Henry Karl John M., plasterer, e s Retreat av 2d h n Henry Karl Conrad, teamster, s s Mott 2d h av Courtland av Karl Christopher, carpenter, n s Springfield 8th h w 3d av Karl John, plasterer, e s Retreat av -d h s Gerard Kane Mary, wid., av s Courtland av 1st h n Waverlv Kane Daniel, lbr., av s 3d av 13th h s Milton Karn Wm., shoemkr, n s Westchester rd 4th h e Retreat av Kain Peter, liquors, av s 3d av 4th li a Dennian
John, gardener, e s Forest av 2dh n Christian, e s 3d av 5th h s Seventh

New

MORRISANIA DIRECTOR*.
Karris Kinzelly, lbr., n s Wr Railroad 5th h e Robbing av Kaucher Wm., lbr., w s Can* av 1st h s 156th Kanter E., importer, N. Y., s w c R R av & Irving- pi

53

Kennallv James, e s 3d av 2d li s 141st Keuzler James, lbr., e s 3d av 2d h s 141st Keil Jacob, pianomkr., nee 3d av & 1405th Keil John L., tailor, e s 3d av 5th h n 146th Kershaw John, cutter, X. Y., n s 141st 5th h w Willis av Kershaw Angelo, musician, n s 141st 5th h w Willis av Kershaw James, agent, N. Y., s s Prospect 3d h w Wash'n av Kerr Thomas, engraver, N. Y., n s 141st (5th h w Willis av Kelly Miles, lbr., n w c 144th & Willis av Kelly Magaret, wid., n s Cottage 15th h w College av Kelly Julia, wid., s s 138th 2d h w St. Ann's av Kelly Ann, wid., n s Garden 8th h w College av Kelly Timothy, carpenter, n s Uncas 3d h e Robbins av Kelly Henry, lbr., n s Mott 1st h w 3d av Kellv Henrv, moulder, e s Morris av 1st h n Mott Kelly Margaret, wid., w s R R av 1st h s Elton Kellv Mary, wid., boarding, n s Findlev 4th h w Wash'n av Kennedy David, carpenter, n s 144th (5th h e 3d av Kennedy Wm., brass finisher, s s Mott (5th h w College av Kennedy Charles, lbr., n s Gerard 1st h e Retreat av Kennedy Timothy, peddler, n s Melrose 1st h w Wash'n av Kennedy John, lbr., n s Elton 'id h w Morris av Kenney Patrick, undertaker, off. 3d av nr Denman, res 3d av 1st h s Westchester rd

Kenney John, lbr., s s Uncas 1st h w Tinton av Kenney Charles G., hotel, Port Morris
Keating James, boatman, Port Morris Keefer Adam, butcher, N. Y., n s Cottage 18th h w College av Kettle John, driver, n s Division av 1st h s S Boulevard Keys Hugh, driver, n s 143d bet Passage & St. Ann's avs Kenopph John, gardener, w s Robbins av (5th h s Tjexington Kerbert Geo., lbr., n s Wr Railroad 1st h e Robbins av Kellaham Miles, baker, w s Eagle av 2d h s Westchester rd Keenan Dennis, liquors, s w c Westchester rd & Eagle av Keenan John, marble cutter, n e c Morris av & Governeur Keenan Peter, blacksmith, w s 3d av 3d h s Springfield Kelsch Frank, tailor, s s Governeur 2d h w Courtland av Keelin Patrick, junk, w s Morris av 1st h s Benson Keller Philip, saloon, w s 3d av 5th h s Milton Keller Jacob, tailor, n s Mary* Oth h w Wash'n av Kerfort James, organ builder, e s Franklin av 3d h n Eighth Kegan Daniel, coachman, w s Union av 1st h s Strong

54

MOEEISAN1A DIRECTORY.

Kerr Adam, drygoods, N. Y., n s Eighth 1st h w Cottage pi N. Y., e s 3d av 2d h n Eighth Kerrigan James, foreman, Keidel John, lbr., w s 3d av 1st h n Eighth Kehoe Wm., mason, n av c 3d av & Second Kennedy Joseph, tinsmith, w b 3d av 2dh n Fifth Kern Moritz, brewer, w s 3d av 1st h n Fourth Kesl Joseph, bnker, av s 3d av 2d h s Fourth Kealer Nicholas, lbr., s e c 3d av &, Spring pi
av & Sixth Kestlee Jacob; gardener, s e c Kett Gustave, brewer, e s Fulton av 1st h w Fifth Kestner Mrs. Margaret, washerwoman, w s E Sixth

EE

E

av 1st h

s-

Kent Wm. P., gilder, n S Second '2d h w 3d av Kent Stephen A., car builder, n s Second 2d h w 3d av Kent Robt. L., plasterer, n s Second 2d h w 3d av Kent James Gk, grinder, e s St. Ann's av 1st h s Westchester rd Kempf John, umbrellas, av s 3d av 1st h n Elton Kempf John, tailor, s w c Courtland av & Melrose Kempf George, grocer, w s Wash'n av Oth h n Second Kempf Conrad, brewer, n s Eighth 1st h e 3d av Keep Mr., s s Second 6th h e li E av Keeler Frank H., salesman, X. Y., n s First 4th h w

Wash'n av
Keiser Joseph, tinsmith, e s 3d av 2d h n Henry Keiser Theodore, cigarmkr, n s Elton 4th li e Courtland av Keiser Adam, mason, e s Jourtland av 4th h n Schuyler Kesler Adam, shoemkr, n s Schuyler 9th li w 3d av Kensler Frank, tailor, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 2d h n Schuyler
(

Kelaher John, lbr., e s 3d av 1st h n Elton Kirby Michael, mason, w s Union av 2d h s Home Kirby Iharles 11.. salesman, av s Wash'n av 4th h n Seventh
<

KIRK EDWAED,
& Fourth,

jb.,

res

Eorest av 2d

Kirk Patrick, lbr., s s Kirk Mis., wid e s Gerard av lid h s Juliet Kirk II. Ik, mer., N. A'., s w c Boston rd & Fifth Kirk Edward, drygoods, w b 3d av 5th h n Third Kirk Charles, tinsmith, w b 3d av 5th li n Third Kirk Thomas, surveyor, \\ b 3d av 5th h n Third Kiezer Philip, cigarmkr, n e c Forest av & New Kittenocker John, hotel, nee 3d av & Fifth
3d av 3d h a Sixth R R av 8th h s Eighth b R E av 1st h s Sixth Kieskee Julius, patternmkr, Kiely James, carpenter, b b CTnion 1th h e Courtland av
Kivt-r Robert, driver, e
s

& tinroohng, hn Wall Benson 3d h e E E av
stoves,

s

w

c

Wash'n av

Kimley George,

tailor, av b

<•

M0EE1SANIA DIEECTOEY.

55*

av Kiely James, jr., student, s s Union 4th h e Courtland measurer, n s Prospect 1st h w CourtKinnersley Jas., grain land av E E av Kingston John, lather, s s Third 4th h e h n Fifth Kingston Win., mason, e s E E av Gth Kingston George, mason, n s Jefferson lid h w Boston rd rd Kingston George, jr., lather, n s Jefferson 2d h w Boston Kingston Charles, carpenter, e s Forest av 3d h s "Wall Kingston Geo. W., mason, w s 3d av 2d h n Governeur King Michael, ropemkr, s s Third 2d h e Wash'n av King N. S., physician, n w c 140th & Alexander av King Wm. S/, lbr., n s First 1st h w E E av King John, captain, s s Union 2d h e Courtland av King Valentine, basketmkr, s s Governeur 8th h w Courtland av King George, lbr., s s Benson 3d h e Morris av King Edward, lbr., s s Benson 5th h e Morris av King Eobert, mason, s s Benson Gth h e Morris av Kins: Henrv, sash & blinds, w s 3d av 2d h n Governeur Kirchoff Peter, brewer, n e c 3d av & Westchester rd Kirwin Francis T., painter, s s Mary 7th h e Courtland av Kilbourne T. Chas., contractor, n s Cottage 14th h w College av Kist Joseph, baker, n e c Wash'n av & Fourth Kinner Mrs. Thaddeus C, s w e Morris pi & Helen Kinsella John, bricklayer, e s av C 1st h s Cliff Kleeman John, w s 3d av 4th h s Fifth Kleninknecht Fred., tailor, e s 3d av 4th h s Eighth Klarer Fred'k., brewer, n s Findlay 1st h w Wash'n av Klush Peter, brewer, w s Wash'n 4th h n Sixth Klotz Herman, physician, av s Forest av 1st h s Cliff Kline John, teamster, s s 145th 5th h w Mill Brook Klein Karl, pianomkr, n s Elton 2d h w 3d av Klein Louisa, w s Franklin av 2d h s >Sixth Klein Wm., stone vard, Mott Haven, r n s Elton 5th h w Courtland av Klein John, carpenter, s s Governeur 4th h e Courtland av Kleim Henry, finisher, n s Governeur 2d h w Courtland av Kloes Theodore, pianomkr, n e c 3d av & Henry Klinger Charles, lbr., s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av Klensman Frederick, blacksmith, n s Denman 1st h w Courtland av Klos Jacob, Bakery, e s 3d av 1st h s 145th Klinger William, cabinetmkr, n s 146th 1st h e Willis av Knorr Valentine, cooper, e s 3d av 7th h s Seventh Kniep Louis, bartender, nee William & Courtland av

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MORRISAN A
I

J

>.l

RECK

)J

I

V.

Knoble Emil, ll>r., s s Findlay 3d h w Wash'n av Knoblock Magnus, tailor, n s Milton 5th h av Wash'n av Knoblock Undilla, wi&, s s Prospect 1st li e Courtland av Knoblock Philip, peddler, n s Mary 7th h w Wash'n av Knoblock Peter, peddler, n s Mary v tli h w Wash'n av Knoblock Frederick, peddler, s s Springfield 1 1 th h w 3d av

Knans Conrad,

chairs,

s av e

Melrose

& Wash'n av

Knaspie Godfrey, junk,

Knapp Knapp Knapp Wright, lumber, r Knapp A. & W., lumber,
Second

It av Groverneur 1st h e Alfred, lumber, r e s Wash'n av 2d h n Eighth Win., sec Gerard av & Juliet
s s
s s

R

s

s

Seventh 1st h e R R av 3d av nr 135th & R R av opp

Knoeppel John, foundry, Harlem, res 3d av lid h n 144th Knoeppel John, builder, n av c Retreat av & Henry Knox John, carpenter, av s Willis av 1st h s 143d Knowles Raymond, clerk, X. Y., av s S Boulevard :2d h s Elm Kosch Ernest, brewer, n s Eighth 1st h e 3d av Koenig George, butcher, w s 3d av 6th h n Fifth Koenig Antony, milkman, s s 145th 1st h av Milk Brook Kozak Christian, cigarmkr, e s 3d av opp Fourth Kolb & Endress, florists, e s R R av 8th h n Seventh Kolb Henry, florist, av s 3d av 2d h s Sixth Kolb Henry, brewer, e s 3d av 1st h s Sixth Kolb Joseph, blacksmith, s s Mary 5th h av Wash'n av Kolb Jacob, saloon, av s od av 2d h s Deimian Kooney Nicholas, blacksmith, nee Union & R R av Kogan Dennis, lbr., nee Waverly & Wash'n av Koeler John, rag-picker, s s Waverly 2d h e Courtland av Koondorpher Jacob, shoemkr, n s Melrose 3d h e Courtland av Kostan Carl, painter, s av c Mary & Courtland a\Ivohler Lorenz, saloon, n av c Schuyler & Courtland av Ivolilcr David, av s Wash'n av 1st h n First Kohlenberger Frank, tailor, s s Schuyler 1st h e Morris av Koch Frederick, harness, w s 3d av 3d h s Denman I\ohn Bichard, peddler, av s 3d av 3d h s Elton
Kolknian Otto, grocery, Port Morris
Koltcv Valentine, glue factory, e s Retreat av 4th h n Westchester rd Kreiser John Gr., baker, n e Waverly & Courtland av Kreutzer Jacob, undertaker, av s Courtland av 1st h s Frospect Kreitzer Caspar, tailor, s s Schuyler 2d h e Morris av
<•

Knapf Charles (Rev.,) ss 140th 1st h av Willis av Knauer John, lbr., s s Milton 4th h av Wash'n av Knopper John, tailor, s s Fourth 1st h av 3d av Knoeppel John, fancy goods, e s 3d av 1st h n Henry

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.

57

Kristrivus Leopold, cigarinkr, w s Wash'n av 1st li n Second Kretchinar C. H., physician, n s Mott Isth w 3d av Kremni Ricola, n s Mott 1st h w Courtland av Krobley Nicholas, carpenter, s s Denman 3d h e Courtland av Kriegle John, shoemkr, w s Courtland av 1st h n Denman Kronze Gertrude, wid., seamstress, n s Governeur 4th h w Courtland av Kruet John, machinist, s s Denman 4th li e Morris av Kronung Edward, shoemkr, e s Courtland av 1st h n Schuyler Kromrn Adam, cigar mfr, w s Wash'n av 2 h n Schuyler Kriel Philip, carpenter, s s Schuyler 4th h w Wash'n av Krause Jacob, policeman, s s Elton 2d h w 3d av Krause Charles, cigarmkr, w s 3d av 1st h n Elton Krause Martin, cabinetmkr, e s 3d av 3d h s Rose Kramer William, chandeliers, N. Y., s s Elton 4th h e Courtland av Kramer Peter, carpenter, w s Courtland av 1st h n Denman Kramer Kasimer, carpenter, n s Springfield 3d h e Morris av Kramer Peter, painter, n s 144th 6th h e 3d av Kramer George, shoemkr, n s 147th 1st h e 3d av Kramer Stephen, foreman, nee Carr av & 156th Kray Charles, Ibr., e s Morris av 1st h s Governeur Kruger Christoph, shoemkr, e s 3d av 5th h s Milton Kratch Margaret, grocery, n w c 3d av & Henrick Kraumacher Jacob, s w o S Boulevard & Grove Krewet John, gardener, s w c S Boulevard & Elm Krump Henry, lbr., n w c Westchester rd & Carr av Krouse Ludvvig, blacksmith, e s Retreat av 2d h n West•

chester rd'

Krug

Christian, foreman,

nee
s

Kroncke Henry, cigarmkr, n
son av

Carr av & 156th Westchester rd

1st

h

e

Ben-

Kuhorn John, boots & shoes, w s 3d av 1st li s Fifth Kubin J., furniture, e s Fulton av -d h w Seventh
Kuntz
Carl, carriagemkr,

N. Y.,

e

s

Courtland av

1st

h n

Milton

Kuntz Henry, tailor, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Prospect Kuntz Michael, brewer, s w c Wash'n av & Sixth Kuntz J. & L., brewery, nee Sixth & 3d av Kuntz Joseph, brewer, n w c Fulton av & Sixth Kuntz Louis, brewer, s w c Wash'n av & Sixth Kudrna Albert, lbr., s s First 2d h w R R av
Kupferschmidt Freauck, Wash'n av
saloon,
s s

n

s

Prospect

1st

h

w

Kumah

Jacob, gardener,

Prospect 3d

h

e

Courtland av

58

M0EEISAN1A DIEECTOEY.

Kuelman

Isadore, gardener, e s 3d av 5th h 8 Grove Kunkelly Christina, midwife, s s First 4th h av 3d av Kunze George, tailor, n s Melrose 2d h w Wash'n av Kurz Paul, carpenter, s s Denman 2d h w 3d av Kuhn Andrew, grocer, n av c Waverly & 3d av Kuhn Valentine, blacksmith, w s Courtland av 1st h n Melrose Knhn Eudolph, saloon, w s 3d av 3d h n Mott Kutzler George, varnisher, e sEetreat av 1st h n flenry

Laur Ludwig, liquors, N. Y., n w c Grove av & First Lassig Edward, e s 3d av od h n Fifth Lactz Francis, tailor, N. Y., n s Sixth 2d h e Boston rd Lanther John B., mfr, w s 3d av 'st h s Seventh Lacy Mrs. Henry, esEE av 1st h n Sixth Larken Pat., gardener, e s Fulton av 1st h n Fifth Lavenus Warner, salesman, N. Y., w s Fulton av 12th h

s

Eighth L. ^ach Christian, saloon, s s William 6th h w Wash'n av Lautoioach George, upholsterer, w s Courtland av 3d h s Mary Lamb Sarah, wid., washerwoman, William & Court-

nee

land av

Law) ess John,

lbr., n s Teller pi 2d h w Courtland av Latitch Daniel, cabinet mkr., N. Y., s s Waverly 2d h w Washm av Lanning Eichard, sash & blinds, w s Wash'n av J sthn Milton

Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence
ris pi

Nancy
(

Milton 1st h w Wash'n av s Melrose 4th h e Terrace pi David F., s s Wash'n av 2d h n Seventh Jharles, saloon, s w c Wash'n av & Third Henry, clerk, N. Y., s s 140ih 2d h e Alexander av George, clerk, N. Y~., s s 140th 2d h e Alexander av John, saw mill, N. Y'., s s 140th 2d h e Alexander av Henry, iron moulder, s w c 3d av & Smeeman Jacob, coachman, s s Gerard 2d h e Eetreat av

AY in.,

painter, s A., wid.,

s

n

Edward

A., publisher,

N. Y., n

e c

Halsey & Mor-

s s Milton 8th h e Courtland av Lauber Emil, bookkeeper, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Prospect Lankota Jean, piano mkr, n s Prospect 2d h w Wash'n av Lane Silas, carman, X. Y., n s Third 1st h e Wash'n av La Wall Eliza, wid., n S Second 2d \i w Wash'n av Laycock Edward C, hostler, n e c E E av & Fifth Lamparde John, painter, w a Wash'n av 2d h n Sixth

Lazar John, cigar mkr,

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.
Larnparde Mrs. Amelia, millinery, Lahey Thomas, junk, n s Denman

59-

w s Wash'n av 3d h n Sixth 1st h w Morris av Langhorne Harriet, wid., seamstress, w s od av loth h s Milton Landgrebe William, tailor, n w c Governeur & Courtland av Lawry Charles, coachman, s s Mary 1st h w Wash'n av Lassinglightner Frank, wheelwright, w s Wash'n av 1st h s
Lanzer Peter, frames, N. Y., s s 142d 2d h w Willis av Lanzer Franz, saloon, w s Courtland av 2d h s Mary Law Jesse L machinist, n s 142d 4th h e od av Lange Louis, liquors, N. Y., n w c 3d av & Cottage Lange Ignatz, teacher, n s Uncas 3d h w Tinton av Laney John, laborer, e s 3d av 1st h n 147th Laney Michael, laborer, w s S. Boulevard 4th h s Elm Larrimore Patrick, laborer, e s 3d av 1st h n 147th Lawson Given, laborer, s w c 3d av & Smeeman Lazenbach Henry, traveling agt., n s 137th 4th h w S. Boule,

Springfield

vard
Langfeldt Fred., cigars, w s 3d av 1st h n Van Stoll Latour Jerome, conductor, w s 3d av 2d h n 130th Lakey Bridget, n s 147th 1st h c 3d av Larrimer Bernard, iron moulder, w s S. Boulevard 4th h s Elm LaCoste James, mason, s s Garden 1st h w College av LaCoste John, painter, s s Garden 1st h w College av LaCoste Cornelius, mason, s s 142d4th h w Willis av Lambert Fred., shoes, s s Westchester rd 4th h w Clifton av Lambert Philip, store, s s Westchester rd 2d h e Retreat av Lambert Philip, carpenter, s s Melrose 1st h e Courtland av Lang George, rope mkr., n s Seventh 2d h e 3d av Lang Geo., iron worker, sec Tinton av & Pontiac Leach Charles, n e c 135th & Willis av Leach John, lbr., e s 3d av 7th h s Milton Leary Patrick, laborer, w s 3d av 1st h s Mott Lefterts Oscar, cloths, N. Y., e s Macomb av 0th h s Main Leslie William, gas fitter, n s 138th 1st h w 3d av Levick Milnes, actor, s s 138th 5th h e St. Ann's av Levick George, actor, s s 138th 5th h e St. Ann's av Legg J. H., wagon mkr., n s Smeeman 1st h w 3d av Leddy Michael, teamster, w s 3d av 3d h n Henrick Lennox Geo. 3v., n e c Ella & Morris pi Lester Thomas, clerk, sec Westchester rd & 3d av Lebckal Fred., milk, e s Retreat av 2d h s Gerard Lechs Anton, crockery, n s Wr. Railroad 2d h e Tinton ax Leahy Michael, switchman, w s Morris av 1st h s Springfield

Lannon George,

saloon,

w

s

3d av 3d h n Smeeman

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MOLRISAXIA DIRECTORY.

Leonard Peter, cigar mf'r, w s Courtland av 1st 1l ri Denman Lesourd Francis, cook, N. V., n s Denman 4th h e Morris av Legier James, tinsmith., w 8 3d av id ]i a Spring-field Lenier Ferdinand, cigar nrfr, e s Courtland av 'id h s Denman Leonard Frank, laborer, 1ST. Y., e s Courtland av 1st h n Mott Lenehan Michael, wheelwright, n s Mott 4th li w Courtland av Lee Bernard, lbr., n s Mott 4th h e Morris av Lee Joseph T., telegraph operator, e s Franklin avid h n Sixth Lee Abraham, lbr., n s Schuyler 7tli h e Courtland av Lee John, lbr., n s Groverneur 4tli h w 3d av Lee Abram, driver, n s Division av c S. Boulevard Lee James, laborer, n s Edsell 9th h w 3d av Lees Miclfael, saloon, w s 3d av 1st h n Courtland av Lewis James, lbr., N. Y., n s Schuyler (itli h e Courtland av Lewis Thomas, sewing machines, w s 3d av 2d h s Seventh Lewis Thos., whitewasher, s s Groverneur 1st h w Courtland av Lewis Catharine, wid., seamstress, w s Franklin av 1st h s Seventh Lewis Jacob, painter, e s Franklin av 1st li s Seventh Levy Henrv, fancy store, w s 3d av id h n Fifth Levy Grustavus, lawyer, N. Y., s s WaverTy 1st h e AVash'n av Lenerman John L., lbr., n s William 5th h w "Wash'n av Lehning Edward, carpenter, s s Waverly 3d h w Courtland av Leypoldt John, lbr., s s Third id li e E E av Leypoldt Fred'k, publisher, N. Y., w s Boston rd 1st h n odav Lhota J., cigar mkr, w s AVash'n av 1st h n Second Lipps Henry, e s 3d av id h n 141st Lindsay James, crockery, w s 3d av 7th li n Smeeman Livermore Benj. M., agent, X. Y., s a William 1st h e Morris pi Little Anson, bookkeeper, N. Y., w s Fulton av 1st h s Sixth Little John H., ins., N. Y., w s Fulton av 1st h s Sixth Little Wm, printer, X. Y., nee P. E, av & Fifth Little A\ 'in., lbr., e s Courtland id h n Findlav Little Wm. B., carriages, X. Y., w s Wash'n av 5th i\ n Fourth Lightner Frederick', carpenter, n s Findlav 2d h e Courtland av Lievesley Robert H., hardware, X. Y., n a Melrose2d h e Terrace pi

Lievesley Jas. race pi

J).

F.,

hardware. X. Y., n

s

Melrose id h e Ter-

Linde John, painter, s s Melrose 4th h e Courtland av Liebenau Charles, physician, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Fifth Love Samuel, gardener, w s Union av 1st h n George Lockwood Wm., salesman, X. Y., s s Seventh 1st h eBostonrd Lockwood George, n a 136th 4th h w Willis av

MOERISANIA DIRECTORY,
Loeble Isadqie, wheelwright, w 3d av 4th h s Third Loeble Theressa, confr. & cigars, w s 3d av 4th h s Third Loudersock Henry, lbr., e s 3d av 2d h s Third Long Geo., finisher, e s .Retreat av 1st h s Westchester rd Long John, carpenter, s s Findlay 4th h w Wash'n av Long Robert, lbr., s s First 3d h e Courtland av
>s

ill

Lowerre Thomas H., hatter, Fifth, Exchange Building, e Wash'n av and e s 3d av 2d h n 144th, r s s Union 2d h e

Wash'n av
Lowerre Thomas H., jr., hatter, s s William 2d h e Wash'n av Lowry Robert, lbr., n s Wr. Railroad 5th h e Robbins av Logan Hugh, painter, w s Wash'n av 3d h n Milton Loomis John F., condensed milk, N. Y., s s Prospect 3d h e
lbr., n s Pontiac 1st h e Robbins av Longstreet Charles II. (Capt.,) n s 141st 4th h w Willis av av Loyd Charles, stableman, junction Macomb av& Lodge William, fruit dealer, N. Y., e s Alexander av 2d h n 139th Lorenze Jacob, carpenter, s s Mott 3d h w Conrtland av Longhliii James, rubber, N. Y., s s Lowell 6th h w 3d av Longhlin Patrick, lbr., sec Uncas & Robbins av Loughlin Edw. J., rubber, X. Y., s s Lowell 6th li w 3d av Lohman John II., builder, n s Springfield 3d h e Conrtland av Lolmer George, painter, av s 3d av 5th h s Milton Lubker Fritz, grocer, sec College av & Main Lubker Henry, lbr., s w c Governeur & 3d av Ludder Frederick, grocer, e s Willis av 1st h s 147th Lundy Patrick, mineral water, w s 3d av 1st h n Mott Lutz Anton, cabt maker, s s Mary 2d h w Courtland av Lutz Nicholas, varnisher, w s Courtland av 2d li s Findlay Luengen Henry, jeweler, e s 3d av 5th h s Henry JAMES, shaving & hairdressing saloon, w s 3d a 5th h s Fifth Lutherman E. A. L., cigar mkr, w s 3d av 1st h s Third Ludewig Herman, pianos, N-. Y\, s s Findlay 1st h e Courtland av Ludwig Fred., cabinet mkr, s s Milton 8th h e Courtland av

Terrace pi Lonler Patrick,

RR

LUMMELL

liudwig Peter, shoes, w s 3d av 3d h h Van Stoll Ludwig Ernst, bar tender, e s 3d av 3d h n 140th Luderman John, liquors, sec Wash'n av & Eighth Luderman John, clerk, sec Wash'n av & Eighth LYONS JOHN, Cromwell creek Bridge, hotel Lyons Michael, mason, w s Franklin opp Strong Lyons James, mason, w s Forest av 3d h s Wall

<»2

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.

Lyons Mary, wid., washerwoman, w s 3d av 4th h n Sixth Lyons Thomas, laborer, e s R R av 1st h n Elton

LYONS JOHN
s

S., coal, s s

R R av bet Wash'n

&

First, r

w

Wash'n av

1st

h n Third

E., lawyer, N. Y., n s Division av bet S. Boulevard & St. Ann's av Lyon David, lawyer, N. Y., n s Division av bet S. Boulevard & St. Ann's av Lyon Edward, ins. agt., N. Y., n s Division av bet S. Boulevard & St. Ann's av Lyon Chas. E., coal, w s Rider av opp Henrick Lyon John, tailor, e s Beach av 2d h s Lexington Lyon Wm. C, clerk. N. Y., s s Melrose 4th h e Terrace pi Lynch Matthew T., builder, nee Forest av & Wall Lynch Michael, hostler, n s Teller pi 2d h w Courtland av Lynch Bart., 0. P. police, s s 146th 1st h e Mill Brook Lynch George, iron moulder, s s 142d 4th h w Willis av Lynch Richard, shoes, Port Morris Lynch Joseph, engineer, e s Passage av 1st h s Wr Railroad Lynch Ann, wid., n s Concord 1st h w College av Lynch Thomas, laborer, e s Morris av 1st h s Schuyler Lynch Philip, laborer, w s Morris av 1st h n Denman Lynch John, grocer, s s Benson 3d e Morris av Lyddon Wm., dentist, office &res Wash'n av 4th h n Fifth av 2d h n Eighth Lynt Chas. E., car builder, w s Lyner John, n w c Cottage & 3d av Lydecker Peter D. W., piano mkr, N. Y., s s Mary 3d h w Courtland av

Lyon Sam'l

RR

M
Magrath Bernard, lbr., n s 144th 4th h e 3d av Malherbe Armand, e s Willis av 1st h n 135th Manly John, painter, nee 3d av & Cottage Manly James, lbr., s s Gerard 2d h e Retreat av Manley John, carpenter, s s Findlay 1st h w William Madigan John, lbr., Port Morris Mathushek Fritz, pianomkr, n s Cottage 1st h w 3d av

Malum James, w s Macomb av junction R R av Magee & Co., Hour & feed, s e c 3d av & 134th Magee William, Hour & feed, r n s 134th 1st h e 3d av Magee John, gardener, n s Mott 2d h w 3d av Magee Henry, gardener, n s Mott 2d h w 3d av Magee John watchman, N. Y., n w c 3d av & Smeeman Magee Mrs. Margaret, stationery, w s 3d av 5th h s Eighth

MOKKISANIA DIEECTOEY.

63

Madden Patrick, lbr., s w c 3d av & Smeeinan Madden John, ropemkr, w s Wash'n av 9th h n Second Madden Eichard, lbr., n s Westchester rd 3d h e Eobbins av Mallen James, lbr., w s 3d av 2d h s Elton Mallon John, lbr., s s Mott 4th h w College av Mallon Frank, blacksmith, n w c 3d av & Smeeman

Mand George, saloon, n e c 3d av & 146th May Sarah, toys, e s 3d av 3d h n 146th May William, clerk, e s 3d av 3d h n 146th May William, miner, e s William 3d h s Wash'n
Malone Malone Malone Malone
Daniel, plumber, e s 3d av 3d h n 147th John, e s 3d av 4th h n 147th
J., wid., laundress, s s Denman 2d c Benson & 3d av Daniel, plumber, n s 3d av 8th h Henry, sewing machines, Silas, lumber, N. Y., e s Alexander av 3d

av

Mary

h

e

Morris av

w

w s Mott Mason h n 139th Mason Mason William, carpenter, e s 3d av 4th h n 144th Mason John A., bookkeeper, e s Franklin av 2d h n Third Mason John, E E porter, s s Milton 6th h e Courtland av Mason Henry, tailor, s s Melrose 1st h w Courtland av Mason Martin, lbr., n s 143d 9th h w Willis av Maher Patrick, lbr., n s Mott 6th h w Morris av Maher Terence, lbr., E E av 1st h s Van Stoll Maher Bridget, house-cleaner, n s 147th 1st h e 3d av Magher Mrs. Mary, n s Second 3d h w 3d av Mayer Thomas & Son, masons & house movers, off. & r s Eighth 1st h e 3d av Mayer Theodore, mason, s s Eighth 1st h w 3d av Maier Xaver, mason, s s Govern eur 1st h e Morris av Maier Xaver, cigars, s s William 3d h w Wash'n av Maier Adam, gardener, e s Eobbins av 1st h n Uncas
teamster, e s Concord av 3d h s Elm 3d av Mansfield Patrick, s s Lowell 6th h F., printer, e s College av 1st h n Lowell Mainwaring

8

Marcott George,

lbr.,

sec Eobbins

av

& Lexington

Marcy Frank,

w

Wm.

Marvin James E., lawyer, N. Y., sec Boston rd & Wall Marvin Fred. B., agent, n s Prospect 2d h e Terrace pi Marrener John, coachman, w s Forest av opp Strong Macke Michael, shoemkr, w s 3d av 7th h s Fifth Mack Terence, ropemkr, w s 3d av 4th h s Milton Mack Charles, iron moulder, n s 143d 3d h e 3d av Mahong Tim,, lbr., w s 3d av 4th h n Eighth Mang Christian, grocer, n w c 3d av & Seventh Mans Henry, saloon, w s 3d av 5th h s Sixth Malam John W., stone yard, n w c 3d av & E E av

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J.,

Malcke John

confectioner, e
II.,

s It It

av

1st

e s It R av 3d h n Seventh Manogue Maftin, lbr., n s Union 4th h w Wash'n av Magiim Michael, lbr., n s Findlay 4tli h w Wash'n av

Markham John

machinist,

tr s It

R av

1st

h n Fifth h n Eighth

Maring Mrs. Susan,

Manoney

Maise Henry, carpenter, s s Melrose 5th h e (Jourtland av It av 2d Ernest, coach builder, N. Y., w s

R

li

s

Sixth

Mahoney John, lbr., e s It R av 1st h n Eighth Mahonev Daniel, lbr, s s Benson 5th h w Court-land av
Mapes
:!d

1).

T.

& J.

L.,

town

.engrs.,
s

oil".

G-eorgi s building-,

w

s

Wash'n av 4th h n Seventh Wash'n av 4th h n Seventh Matthies William, saloon, sec od av & 147 th Matthes John, builder, s s Second 4th h e R It av Matthes Charles, clerk, s s Second 4th h e R R av Matthes Fred L., carpenter, s s Second 4th h e R R av Marsh Hubert, bookkeeper, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 4th h n
Mapes
J. L., civil engr., e s

av 2d h s First Mapes D. T., civil engr., e

Sixth

Marsh Mrs. Ann, dressnikr, n s Fourth 2d h w Wash'n av Marsh Alfred C, bookkeeper, e s 3d av opp Fourth Magan James, carpenter, n e c Wr Railroad & St. Ann's av
Maikranz Geo., machinist,
road
I)., teacher, N. Y'., s s William 4th he Morris pi Martin Nicholas, drygoods, e s od av oth h s Rose Martin Mary A., laundress, e s 3d av 2d h s Henry Martin Christopn., chairs, s s Mary 4th h w Wash'n av Martin James, shoemkr, n s Springfield 10th h w 3d av Martin John, pianos, s s Melrose 4th li e Terrace pi Martin Samuel, lbr., w s Gourtland av 3d h n Union Martin Edward, plumber, N. Y'., s s Lowell 4th li av 3d av Malthen Jerome, saloon, s s Elton 2d h e R R av Maguire Philip, lbr., n a Elton 3d h w Morris av Materne Frederick C, apothecary, n w e Mary & Courtland av Marshall Alexander, lbr., N. Y'., n s Springfield 3d h av od av Marshall Robert, brass finisher, av s 3d av 2d h s Milton Marshall Mrs. ('.('., e s Franklin av 1st li n Seventh Matherne Joseph, pianomkr, n av c Springfield & Courtland av Mass Ferdinand, cabinetmkr, n s Elton 10th h av 3d av Manv Jacob, express, a s Elton 2d h e Courtland av Maukten Charles, Mason, e s Morris av 1st h n Schuyler Matthews George, tailor, av b Courtland av 1st h s Govoineur

w

s

Bobbins av 5th h n

Wr

Rail-

Martin T. Dwight, M.

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65

Maxwell James, stone-cutter, n s Benson 1st h w Courtland av Maxwell Wm. H., clerk, e s Macomb av 7th li s Main Mauhl Henry, baker, e s 3d av 4th h n Rose March Frederick, cabinetmkr, e s 3d av 3d h s Rose Markart Caspar, wood, w s R R av 2d h s Wash'n av Manogue Patrick, carpenter, s s Benson 3d h w Courtland av Macarthur Duncan, broker, N. Y., s s George 1st h w Union av MacDonald John, lbr., s s 146th 2d h e Mill Brook Macdonald Michael, lbr., w s Courtland av 1st h n Waverly Macdonald Michael, lbr., w s Courtland av 1st h n Waverly McArdle George, mason, s s Governeur 6th h w Courtland av McBrier Robert, fish, w s 3d av 1st h s Second McBrier Mr., lbr., e s 3d av 1st h s Spring pi McBride Charles, broker, N. Y., s w c Courtland av & First McBride Andrew, blacksmith, s w c Westchester rd & Robbins av

McCabe Felix, junk, w s Boston rd opp Union av McCabe J., saloon, w s 3d av 1st h n Henrick McCabe Thomas, lbr., av s 3d av 8th h s Milton

McCunn Patrick, lbr., av s Forest av 4th h n Strong McCullough Mary, dressmkr, n av c 3d av & Second McCarthy Thomas, cooper, e s R R av 6th h n Seventh McCarthy Dennis, lbr., av s Courtland av 3d h n Union McCarthy John, street commissioner., w s Eagle av 1st li n St. Ann's av McCarthy John, Avatchman, n s 144th 4th h e 3d av McCarty Jerry, lbr., s s 147th 4th h w Willis av McCarty James, lbr., s s 147th 4th h w Willis av McCoy Pat., trainer, s s Third 4th h e R R av McCann John, lbr., sec Benson av & Rae McCormick Bernard, hats, s w c Westchester rd & Retreat av McCormick Dan. H., painter, s s 142d 3d h e 3d av McCormick William, carpenter, n s Schuyler 2d h w Courtc

land av
s s Denman 1st h e Morris av McCune Thomas, moulder, w s Eagle av 3d h s Westchester rd McCune Henry, carpenter, nee Wr Railroad & St. Ann's av

McCormick Michael, mason,
McClain Mr., carpenter,

s s

145th 1st h

w

Clifton av

McDougal Hugh, carpenter, w s Wash'n 1st h n First M McDonough Andrew, lbr., n s Union 6th h av Courtland av cDonough Matthew, lbr., n s Union 6th h w Courtland av cDonough Thomas, mason, s s LoAvell 6th h av 3d av McDonough William, lbr., esRRavlsthn Elton McDonough James, lbr., s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av McDermot Dominick, mason, e s Willis av 2d h s 147th
5

66

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.

McDermot Edw., porter, N. Y., n s Denman 1st h e Morris av McDermott Michael, mason, s s Elton 1st h w 3d av McDonald Thomas, lbr., e s 3d av 1st h s Spring pi McDonald Wm., machinist, e s Courtland av 1st h n Denman

McEwan John, lbr., n s 145th 1st h w Willis av McEntee James, moulder, n s Denman 1st h w Morris av McFadden Wm. J., bookkeeper, N. Y., nee Wash'n av &
Second

McFarlan Andrew, baker, s s Elton 7th h w 3d av McGrath Thomas, lbr., w s 3d av 4th h n Sixth McGough Henry, liquors, sec Wash'n av & Union McGovern Wm., lbr., e s Robbins av 1st h n Pontiac McGraw Thomas, watchman, sec Uncas & Tinton av McGraw Neil, carpenter, w s Macomb av 2d h s Van Stoll McGraw Bernard, junk, n s Benson 1st h w Morris av McGraw Michael, lbr., n s Benson 1st h w Morris av McGowan James, clerk, N. Y., e s 3d av 2d h s 135th McGaw Patrick, watchman, n s Mott 4th h w Morris av McGuinness Thomas, lbr., n s Mott 3d h w College av McHugh Terence, lbr., e s Willis av 2d h s 147th McHuth Daniel, painter, n s Governeur 3d h e Morris av Mclntyre Kate, w s 3d av 2d h n R R av Mclntyre & Amos, fancy store, w s 3d av 3d h n R R av Mclntyre Patrick, lbr., s s William 7th h w Wash'n av Mclntyre Thomas, contractor, w s Carr av 3d h s Ray Mclntyre Wm., carpenter, w s Robbins av 2d h n Wr Railroad
Mclntyre Mary, wid., laundress,

w

s

Courtland av 1st h

n

Denman
Mclntee Michael, hackman, n s Lowell 1st h e R R av Mcllroy S. H., physician, s s 143d 6th h e 3d av McKeon Mary, wid., oils, e s Wash'n av lsth n Waverly McKeon Thomas, lbr., w s R R av 4th h n Fourth McKeon Patrick, lbr., s s Benson 4th h e Moms av McKellop John, agent, N. Y., sec Ella & Spring McKenniff John, lbr. n s Westchester rd 4th h e Robbins av McKenny Patrick, lbr., e s Robbins av 2d h n Pontiac McKenny Margaret, wid., e s Robbins av 3d h n Pontiac McKenny Cornelius, lbr., s s Findlay 4th h w Wash'n av McKniff Barney, gardener, e s Beach av 1st h s Lexington McKenna James, lbr., e s 3d av 4th h s Henry McKenna John, moulder, n s Benson 1st h w 3d av OJ McKenna Philip, moulder, e s 3d av 3d h s Westchester rd McKenna Michael, lbr., s s Governeur 2d h e Morris av McKenna John, lbr., w s Wash'n av 1st h n Schuyler McKena Patrick, lbr., e s Courtland av 1st h s Milton

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.
McKiernan Ann,
land av
wid., laundress, s s

67
Court-

Denman 3d h w

McKennan Martha,

wid., n s Benson 1st h e Morris av McKinley Samuel, carman, n s Benson 1st h w Courtland av McKiman Farrell, garde aer, e s Courtland av 1st h s Denman McLoughlin Jane, wid., w s Forest av 5th. h n Strong McLoughlin Edward, lbr., w s Courtland av 3d h n Union McLoughlin John, lbr., n s Wr Railroad 1st h e Robbins av McLoughlin John, lbr., n s 144th 4th h e Willis av McLoughlin J., publisher, N. Y„ s s 136 3d h e St. Ann's av McLaren James, lbr., n s Mott 1st h w3d av McMullen Bernard, lbr., s s First 3d h e Courtland av McMahon Bernard, junk, n s Union 3d h w Wash'n av McMahon William, carpenter, e s William 2d h s Wash'n av McMahon Dennis, lawyer, N. Y., e s Walton av 3d h s Ella McMahon Dennis, jr., lawyer, N. Y., e s Walton av 3d h s

Ella

McMahon Hamilton, student, e s Walton av 3d h s Ella McManus Bernard, lbr., s s Denman 1st h e R R av McManus Michael, lbr., nee Wr Railroad & Tinton av
h n Eighth Courtland av 3d h n Union McNeeman Peter, peddler, n s Findlay 3d h w Wash'n av McNeil Ernst, physician, n s 140th 6th h w Willis av McNulty John, mason, s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av McPherson John, carpenter, sec Sixth & Fulton av McPherson Thomas, carpenter, w s Fulton av 9th h s Eighth McPherson Wm., builder, w s Fulton av 9th h s Eighth McParlan Robert, liquors, nee Fulton av & Seventh McQuinne Henry, lbr., n s Union 4th h w Wash'n av McShane Hugh, carpenter, s s First 6th h w R R av McSpeeritt Michael, lbr., e s R R av 1st h n Elton McVeigh Peter, liquors, w s 3d av 10th h s Milton Mee Mary, n s Mary 1st h e Courtland av Mee John S., boxmkr, n s Mary 1st h e Courtland av Meyers Frederick, tinsmith, s w c Marv & Courtland av Meyers Frederick, jeweler, w s 3d av 1st h s Benson Meyer Catherine, wid., w s Courtland 1st h s Mary Meyer Henry, lbr., s s Springfield 7th h w 3d av Meyer Henry, carver, n s Schuyler 1st h w 3d av Meyer Henry, weaver, n w c Mott & Morris av Meyer Frank, tailor, s s Waverly 5th h w Wash'n av Meyer Conrad, carpenter, s s Melrose 4th h e Courtland av Meyer Conrad, liquors, nee Westchester rd & Benson av Meier Fritz, lbr., nee 156th & Carr av
McNally Patrick, lbr., McNally John, lbr., w
e s Cottage pi 4th
s

.

6X

MOEPISANIA DIRECTORY.

Messerschmidt & Heberlein, sash & blinds, w s 3d av 1st h sGovernenr Messerschmidt Joseph, sash & blinds, n s Elton 5th hv Courtland av

Messerschmidt Adam, sash & blinds, n s Springfield 7th h w 3d av Messerschmidt Adam, carpenter, s s Elton 10th h w 3d av Messerschmidt Mary, wid., s s Denman 1st h w 3d ay Merrell Martin, rook, s s Springfield 7th h w 3d av Merehofi' John, lbr., n s Schuyler 7th h w 3d av Mercke John, mariner, n s Schuyler 6th h w 3d av Meizer Henry, carpenter, n s Elton '2d h w 3d av Melch Matthew, carpenter, e s Courtland av 2d li s Elton Merrick Patrick, lbr., s s Benson 4th h e Morris av Meder Erancis, tailor, n w c Elton & 3d av Mehleru John, saloon, w s 3d av 1st h s Rose Melidy John, lbr., s s Governenr 1st h w Morris av Messmach John, mason, s s Denman 1st h w 3d av Messing Hannah L., laundress, n s Denman 3d h w 3d av Menzies James, plumber, s s Governenr 9th h w Courtland av Menches John, tailor, n s Governeur 1st h e Morris av Mezger John, boots & shoes, w s 3d av 3d h s Eifth Mete Phillip, cooper, n s Sixth 2d h w Union av Melius Robert H., physician, sec Eranklin av & Spring pi Megerssecks AVm., baker, n s Eranklin av 5th h n Sixth Meninger Ered., driver, w s 3d av Gth h n Eifth av 1st h e AVash'n av Medwed Erank, cigar mkr, Merritt Mortimer C., architect, N. A'., e s Eulton av 1st h n Seventh Merritt Samuel H., painter, n s^Concord 5th h w College av Merritt Samuel H., builder, s s 142d 2d h e 3d av Medicus Adam, gardener, e s 3d av 3d h s Sixth Megan Thomas, lbr., e s Courtland av 2d h n Eindlay Mcssinger Jacob, lbr., s s AVaverly 5th h e Courtland av Metzler John P., carpenter, s s Milton 7th h w AVash'n av ^leckle John, shoes, w s 3d av 2d h n Fourth Megill Wm., butcher, e s AVash'n av 4th h n Second Menshausen Henry, w s Eorest av 2d h s Cliff Meiner Matliaus, sailor, n s Grove 1st h e 3d av Meiner Peter, coacliman, n s Grove Is li e 3d av Meiner Louis, coachman, n s Grove 1st h e 3d av Meiner Nathan, seaman, n s Grove 1st h e 3d av Melilen Jacob, lbr., n s Carr 1st h w Carr av Meller James, stone cutter, s w c College av & Mott Meding John, pianos, N. Y., n s Concord Gth h w College av

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Mead John W., turner, s s College av 3d h s Main Mead John J., turner, n s 14:4th 2d h e 3d av Methodist Episcopal Church, nee Willis av & 141st Meany Peter, n s 140th 5th h w Willis av
Meaney
Michael, C. P. police, ss 140th 1st

69

h

w

Clifton av

Merton William, tinsmith, e s 3d av 6th h n 146th Mengoni Giovanni, confectioner, w s 3d av 4th h s Mott Mellen Frank, blacksmith, e s 3d av 3d h n S. Boulevard MELLER & SHEDDEN"., cement pipe, w s 3d av 5th h n
Edsell Meller George, n
s

Edsell 3d h

w

3d av

Menck Patrick, lbr., s s 136th 5th h e St. Ann's av Mingham Win., shoemkr, s s Milton 8th h e Courtland av Middle ton Alex. A., tailor, s s Fourth 1 h w Wash'n av
Miller George, painter, e s av 7th h n Seventh Miller Henry, carpenter, s s Findlay 4th h e Courtland av Miller Helen, teacher, N. Y., s s Waverly 4th h w Wash'n av s 3d av 5th h n Third Mills George, lbr., av Mills James, rope inkr, s s Third 2d h e Mills Mrs Sarah, n s Third 1st h w Wash'n av 3d av Mills John, caterer, n s First 3d h s Wash'n av 3d h s Third Mills John, blacksmith, s Wash'n 4th li n Sixth Miller Adam, brewer,

RR

w

RR

w

w

w

Miller John M., physician, s s Fourth 2d h e Wash'n av Miller William, teamster, s s Melrose 1st h e Courtland av Miller Henry, butcher, s s Melrose 1st h e Courtland av Railroad & Robbins av Miller Wm., grocer, Railroad & Robbins av c Miller John, n Miller Jacob, moulder, e s Tinton av 3d h n Uncas s College av 1st h s Cottage Miller Christian, iron moulder, 3d av Miller William, iron moulder, n s 139th 4th h Miller W. H., physician, e s Beach av 1st h n Lexington Miller William, piano mkr., s s Elton 7th h e Morris av Miller Jacob, polisher, s s Melrose 7th h e Courtland av Courtland av Miller Jacob, tailor, n s Springfield 3d h Miller Senfert, carpenter, ^e s Courtland av 2d h n Mary Miller Jacob, boiler mkr, s s Melrose 7th li e Courtland av Wash'n av Miller Chas. L., barber, n s Melrose 1st h 3d av Miller George, lbr., n s Governeur 4th h Miller Joseph, tailor, s 3d av 1st h n Governeur c Mott & 3d av Miller Valentine, lbr., n Miller Frederick, lbr., n s Mott 6th h w Courtland av c Tinton av & Elm Mitchell Phillip, milkman, n

nee Wr w Wr

w

w

w

w w

w

w

Mitchel Jacob,

s s

Uncas

'2d

Miner

T. T.

W.,

clerk, e s

w w Tinton av A 5th h s
h

av
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G., carpenter, av s

Miner Jacob

av

A

2d h

s Cliff

Milligan Chester T., drugs, w s 3d av 5th h n Concord Miles Michael, saloon, w s 3d av 1st h n Smeeman Micliael Henry, grocer, av s od av oth h s Mott Mohring John W., cigar mkr, av s 3d av (3th li s Fifth Mohring Susan, seamstress, av s 3d av 6th h s Fifth H. P., drugs, s w c 3d av & Fifth Thomas, lbr., ri e c Findlay & AVash'n av Monaghan Morlang Wm., furniture, e s 3d av 1st h s Spring pi Morlang & Kubin, furniture Avarerooms, e s 3d av opp Fourth Moulton G. J., clerk, N. Y., n s Sixth 1st h av Franklin av Monghen Patrick, lbr., n s Union 4th h w Wash'n av

MONAGHAN

Mourer Henry, mason, n s William 1st h e Courtland av Moneypenny W. C, dyer, N. Y., w s E E av 1st h n Sixth Moger Mrs. Christina, e s Wash'n av 4th h n Seventh Morgan Thomas W., cook, N. Y., s s Third *2d lieE R av Mohneux Wilbur, clerk, n s First 1st h w 3d av Monks Charles, n e c Morris pi & Juliet Morton A. W., merchant, N. Y., av s R R av 1st h s Irving Morrissey John, machinist, w s Carr av 2d h s Rae Moylan Martin, lbr., n s New 1st h w Union av Mohr Iharles, crockery, n s Uncas 3d h n Tinton av Mohrhart Martin, mason, n s Uncas 3d h e Robbins av Mourit Edward, mason, s s 144th 7th h w Mill Brook Moadinger W. H., flour & feed, e s 3d av 1st h n 143d
(

pi

MOTT JORDAN
Bridge Mott Jordan

L.,

IRON WORKS, w

s

3d av & Harlem

L., w s 3d av 1st h s Mutt Mott Lawrence 1'., grocer, N. Y., s s 135th 11th h e Alexander av * Mott Mrs. A. H., av s 3d aA' 1st h s Union pi Mott Frank P., grocer, w s 3d av 1st h s Union pi Mooney James, e s Beach aA' 2d h n Lexington av Mooney John, lbr., av s Concord av opp Elm Mooney Arthur J., saloon, av s 3d ?lv lid h s Yan Stoll Mooney William, police, e s 3d av 5th h n S. Boulevard Mooney Mary, saloon, e s 3d av 5th h n S. Boulevard Mooney James, e s Macomb av 10th h s Main Mooney James, horseshoer, e b 3d aA' 5th h n Fifth Moody Lauren, s s lS5th 1st h av Alexander aA' Moody Winchester, s s 135th 1st h w Alexander av Montgomery J. S., clerk, n s 1 39th 2d h e 3d av Montgomery John, contractor, av s 3d aA 1st h n Mott Montgomery James, n s 139th 2d h e 3d av
r

Moran

Patrick,

lbr., s

w

c

3d av & Edsell

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Moran John, mason,

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s s Denman 6th h w Conrtland ay Morris Governeur, St. Ann's av s 134th Morris Governeur, jr., St. Ann's av s 134th Morris John, lbr., s w c Schuyler & Courtland av Morris Thomas S., crockery, s s Fifth 2d h w 3d av Morrison James, Town Hall keeper, s R R av 1st h s Union Morrison Wm., engineer, N. Y., e s R R av 1st h s Union Morrisania Steamboat Co., nee 138th & 3d av Moletor George, finisher, s s Schuyler 1st h w Morris av Moebus Adam, carpenter, e s Courtland av 2d h n Springfield Moebus Adam, jr., carpenter, e s Courtland av 1st h n Spring-

field

Moebus John
field

A., carpenter, e s Courtland av

2d h n Sprinfi-

Moritz & Sons, grocers, nee William & Courtland av Mortiz Herman, grocer, n e c William & Courtland av Mortiz Henry, grocer, nee William & Courtland av Mortiz George C, grocer, nee William & Courtland av Murgetraugh William, clerk, N. Y., n s 144th 4th h e 3d av Mulcare Patrick, saloon, e s Willis av 2d h s 147th Muella Eliza, wid., e s 3d av 2d h s 146th Murphv Thomas, liquors, e s 3d av opp Mott, res 3d av 1st h n 147th Murphy Thomas, pattern mkr, w s Westchester rd 3d h e Retreat av Murphy James J., Supt. F. A. & H. R. R., office e s 3d av 1st

Modle Wenzel, tailor, w s Courtland av 1st h s Springfield Moore John, steward, s s Schuyler 5th h e Courtland av Moore J. B., teacher, n s 145th 2d h w Willis av Moore John, boss lbr., n w c First & Courtland av Moore Thomas, lbr., n s Teller pi 2d h w Courtland av Mosbach Francis, tailor, n s Elton 3d h e Courtland av Moritz Charles, grocer, n w c Mott & 3d av

Murphy Richard, rope mkr, w s 3d av 1st h s Second Murphy John, hostler, w s Wash'n av 3d h s Third Murphy Michael, lbr., n s Pontiac 1st h e Robbins av Murphy Michael, pattern mkr, n s Gerard 1st he Retreat av Murphy Dennis, lbr., s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av Murphy John, coachman, e s 3d av 4th ii s Milton Murphy John, foreman, N. Y., n s Mott 3d h w 3d av Murphy William, lbr., s s Benson 8th h w Courtland av Murphy James, lbr., e s Robbins av 2d h s Lexington Murphy Stephen, moulder, n s Governeur 5th h e Courtland av Murphy John, lbr., s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av

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Murphy Michael, toiler mkr, sec College av & Lowell Murphy Redmond, lbr., n s Henrick Isth w 3d av Murphy James, lbr., n s Henrick 1st h w 3d av Murphy Mary, saloon, w s 3d av 1st h s Mott Murphy Martin, lbr., Port Morris Murphy John, lbr., Port Morris
Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray
P. V., vet. surg.,
s s

Westchester rd lsth w Robbins av Westchester rd & Robbins av Patrick, lbr., n s Wr Railroad 2d h e Robbins av John, blacksmith, s s First 3d h w 3d av Reuben, porter, N. Y., e s 3d av 2d h s Milton Mull Barney, lbr., n s Lowell 3d h e R R av Muller Christoph, liquors, n e c Springfield & Courtland av Muller Wm., butcher, s s Mil ton 8th h e Courtland av Muller John P., saloon, s s Milton Xth h e Courtland av Muller Mr., lbr., nee Carr & Benson avs Muller Anne, wid., w s Carr av oth h s 156th Mullin John, carman, w s Forest av 5th h n Strong Mulling Patrick, car driver, n s Springfield 1st h av 3d av Mullens John, lbr., nee Westchester rd & Benson av Mullens Patrick, mason, w s Eagle av 4th h s Westchester rd Mullen Elizabeth, fancy store, s s Fifth 4th h w 3d av Mullhall James, tailor, e s 3d av 2d h s 141st Mulhall John II., mason, n s Milton 2d h w Courtland av Munson Robert, clerk, N. Y., s s Cottage 6th h w College av Munson Henry, lbr., s w c 3d av & Smeeman Murtha Michael, teamster, h s Edsell 2d h av 3d av Murtha EdAvard, lbr., av s 3d av 7th h n Van Stoll Mulligan Ann Jane, saloon, n av c 144th & Willis aAMulligan Patrick, porter, N. Y., e s College av 2d h s Cottage Mulligan Julia, Avid., w s Courtland av 3d h n Union Mulligan EdAvard, lbr., s s Benson 3d h av Courtland av Mueller Peter, horse dealer, n s 139th 4th h av 3dav Mulhaney Patrick, lbr., s s 139th 1st h av 3d av Mulhaney John, lbr., s s 139th 1st h av 3d av Mulholland lharles, mason, e s Morris av 3d h n Benson Mulholland Ann, grocer, e s Morris av 1st h n Mott Milliard Michael, mason, e s Morris av 2d h n Benson Murgatroyd William, machinist, n s Benson 3d h e Morris av Mulhorn Patrick, lbr., av s 3d av 4th h n Sixth Mulling John, carpenter, e s R R av lsth s Sixth Mulleny Mrs. Mary, e s R R av 1st lis Sixtli Murdock J. W., mason, n s Findlay, 4th h av Wash'ri av
Barney, feed,
s

wc

(

Murtagh Bartholomew, eon tractor, Wash'n av

s

s

Prospect

5th h

w

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.
Muhlker Win., grocer, s w c Courtland av & Waverly Mulbacker Morbis, shoernkr, s s Third 4th h w Wash'n av Muhrman Fred., barber, w s Wash'n av 2d h n Second Munder Louis, lbr., w s Retreat av 5th h s Grove Myers John, book binder, w s 3d av 2d h s Van Stoll Myers Joseph, saddler, e s E E av 2d h n Fifth Myers Mary, wid., boarding, s s Union 4th h w Wash'n av Myers A. H., cigar mfr, s s Fifth 2d h e E E av Myer Charles, carpenter, e s Retreat av 1st h s Gerard Myers John, clerk, N. Y., e s College av 2d h s Cottage Myer Gebhardt, shoemkr, e s 3d av 1st h s 144th

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Nans Robt. H., engr., N. Y.., w s Boston rd opp Wall Nash F. H., music teacher, e s Forest av 4th h n Wall Nackle Fred., lbr., av s 3d av 2d h n Seventh Naelson Henry, lbr., n s Grove Isth e 3d av

Nau

Nagengast John, turner, N.
John, moulder,

Y., s e c

w

s

Courtland av 1st h n

Denman & Courtland av Denman

Neibuhr Mary, s s George opp Villa pi Neilon Edward, grocer, w s 3d av 4th h n Sixth Neabin Charles, butcher, e s 3d av 1st h s Third Nenstiehl Henry, fancy goods, w s Courtland av 2d h s Findlay Nevill Rose, laundry, n s Findlay 2d h e Courtland av Needham John, cabinetmkr, s s Fourth 2d h e R R av Newton Hiram B., dry goods, Fifth (Exchange building) & Wash'n av, r w s Wash'n av 1st h n Sixth Newton Thomas, n s Milton 3d h e Courtland av Newman Mary, laundress, s s Denman 3d h e Morris av Neihman Clemens, mason, n s Melrose 3d h w Wash'n av Neus Frank, cigar mfr, n s Mary 6th h w Wash'n av Neusbahm Daniel, cigarmkr, n s Elton 2d h w 3d av Newett Thomas, teamster, e s Morris av 1st h s Schuyler Nesle Philip, carpenter, n s Governeur 4th h w 3d av Nehmelmann Henry, grocery, e s 3d av 1st h n 141st Neusman Ellen, millinery, e s 3d av 3d h n 144th Nees Frederick, paper-hangings, e s 3d av 3d h n 145th Nehls J. H., confectionary, e s 3d av 2d h s 146th Neifmaker Alexander, e s 3d av 5th li n 146th Nees Henry W., clerk, Port Morris Neil Mary, confectionery, n s Cottage 3d h w College av Nelson William, hotel s w c 3d av & Smeeman Nelson James, lbr., w s 3d av 4th h n Van Stoll Nicholson Robert, real estate, sec William & Wash'n av

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Nicholson Wm., bookeeper, sec AVilliam & Wash'n av Nicholson Robert, jr., foreman, sec William & Wash'n av Nicholson George, police, N. Y., sec William & Wash'n av Nicholas, Martin, cabinetmkr, s s Schuyler 2d h w Wash'n av Nicholas Isaac, lbr., s s Springfield 5th h w 3d av Niklies Jacob, barber, n s Wr Railroad 2d h e St. Ann's av Nieder Casper, pianomkr, e s St. Ann's av 3d h n Wr Railroad Nimphius John S., express, e s Retreat av 1st h n Henry Nimphius John, grocer, s \v c Benson & 3d av Niggeschmidt Ignatz, jeweller, w s 3d av 1st h s Benson Niggeschmidt George, foreman, av s 3d av 2d h s Benson Nicoll William, brass finisher, n s Mott 3d h e Morris av Norris Mrs. Margaret, washerwoman, e s Clinton 2d h s Jefferson

Norris Thomas, stationery, w s 3d av 4th h n Yan Stoll Noble James, marble-cutter, N. Y., e s Cottage pi 5th h n

Nowtry Wensel, cigarmkr, n s Union pi 1st h e R R av Nolan Patrick, lbr., e s Courtland av 1st h n Findlay Nolan John, lbr., n s Eighth 1st h w 3d av Nolan Michael, lbr., n s Wr Railroad 2d h e Robbins Nolan Thomas, lbr., s s Tineas 1st li av Tinton av Nolan Patrick, lbr., s s Willow 1st h e Robbins av Nolan James, lbr., e s Robbins av 1st h n Pontiac Nolan Michael, lbr., s s Benson 3d h av Courtland av Nolan John, lbr., n w c Willis av & 144th Nolan John, lbr., Port Morris Nolan William, gardener, s s 135th 2d h e St. Ann's av Nolan Martin, lbr., Robbins aA 2d h s Wr Railroad Nocre Joseph, cigarmkr, w s Wash'n av 3d h n Second Norman Wm. S., grocer, s s Westchester rd 3d h av Clifton av Norman Charles, butcher, n s Springfield 4th h e Terrace pi Norman John, butcher, n s Springfield 4th h e Terrace pi Norman George, agent, n s 143d 1st h av Willis av Norman John 0. 11., broker, s s 140th 1st h w Willis av Nogel Wm., lbr., av s av B 3 h s Cliff Nolkemper William, tinsmith, n s Schuyler 1st h av Courtr

Eighth

land av

Norz Martin, grocery, n av c 3d aA' & Main Norz John, clerk, n av c 3d av & Main Nooney John, lbr., n s 147th 1st h e 3d av Noeger Joseph, iron moulder, e s 3d av 3d h n 134th Nugent Daniel, mason, av s Forest av 1st h s Wall Nuchtern Geo., gardener, Cromwell Creek bridge n s Ceder Nuchtern Adam, gardener, Cromwell Creek bridge n s Cedar

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.
Nunne James,
lbr.,

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w

s

Eagle av

1st

h

s

Wr Railroad

o
3d av 2d h s Sixth. Charles, jeweller, Oaring Charles, lbr., s s Schuyler 3d h w Courtland av Oatis Richard, lawyer, e s 3d av 1st h s Grove Oberglock John, baker, e s Franklin av 5th h n Sixth Oberglock Chris., baker, e s Franklin av 5th h n Sixth Obenauer Matthew, stoves, w s 3d av 4th h n Third Obermeyer Louis, painter, w s R R av 3d h s Eighth Obenteufel Anton, teamster, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Prospect Oberbeck J. S., builder, s s Arcularius pi 1st h e Gerard av Oberteifer Reise, dry goods, N. Y., w s Passage av 1st h n 143d Obbett John, lbr., n s Elton 4th h w 3d av O'Brien John, carpenter, w s 3d av 2d h n Waverly O'Brien Daniel, lbr., s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av O'Brien James, lbr., n s New 1st h e Forest av O'Brien Edward, builder, res Boston rd opp Wall O'Brien Philip, lather, n w c Milton & Wash'n av O'Brien John, lbr., nee Westchester rd & Benson av O'Brien Patrick, lbr., nee Westchester rd & Benson av O'Brien Matthew, mason, s s Gerard 4th h e Retreat av O'Brien John, lbr., s s Gerard 3d h e Retreat av O'Brien Patrick, lbr., s s Gerard 3d h e Retreat av O'Brien Ann, wid., n s 147th 1st h e 3d av O'Connor Michael, mason, n s 144th 5th h e 3d av O'Connor H. C, dentist, s w c Fulton av & Seventh O'Carroll Peter, bartender, R R av 1st s Union Ochen Jacob, lbr., w s Retreat av 5th h s Grove O'Connei Patrick, clerk, N. Y., s s Denman 10th h w Courtland av O'Donnell James, mason, s s 144th 2d h w Willis av O'Donnell Patrick, mason, s s 144th 2d h w Willis av Oechs A., wines, N. Y\, s w c Ella & Morris pi Oecks William, moulder, n s Denman 2d h e Morris av Offen Michael, carpenter, n s Governeur 2d h w Courtland av O'Hallaren Michael, lbr., n s New 1st h w Union av O'Hare Thomas, stone cutter, w s Forest av 4th h s Wall O'Hara James, lbr., w s Courtland av 1st h n Union O'Hara Patrick, lbr., n s Union 4th h w Wash'n av O'Hara Michael, lbr., n s Union 3d h w Wash'n av O'Hara John, plasterer, s s Third 4th h e R R av O'Hara Pat., mason, s s Third 1st h e R R av
s

Oake

w

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Ohern Thomas, hostler, e s 3d av 3d h s Westchester rd Olwell Hugh, lbi\, nee Forest av & Strong Olney Daniel, carpenter, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Findlay Olney Richard, clerk, N. Y., w s 3d av 4th h n Henrick Oliver T. Mason, freight agent, n w u 3d av & Bronx O'Mara Dennis, lbr., e s 3d av 1st h n 140th Onderdonk John, carpenter, n s 141st 6th h w Willis av Onderdonk William, carpenter, s s 140th 3d h w Willis av O'Neil Daniel, painter, e s Clinton 1st h s Jefferson O'Neil Francis, cooper, e s Wash'n av 1st h s First O'Neal James, tailor, n s Gerard 3d h e Retreat av O'Neill James lbr., s s Benson 8th h e Morris av O'Neill John, lbr., e s Courtland av 2d h n Mary Ortt Fred'k, mason, e s Wash'n av 3d h n Milton Orchard Francis, plate glass, N. Y., s s 135th 7th h e Alexs s Schuyler, 5th h w Wash'n av O'Rourke Malachi, painter, w s 3d av 1st h n Concord O'Rourke J., picture frames, e s 3d av 3d h n 146th Ostrander William, pattern maker, s s 145th 1st h e 3d av Osbarhr Henry, confectioner, N. Y., s s Mary 3d h e Court-

ander av Orth Christian, saloon,

land av Osterburg Andreas, milk, av s Retreat av 3d h s Grove Ott George, tailor, s s Melrose 1st h e Courtland av O'Toole John, clerk, s s Fourth 3d h e R R av Otten Christian, <n-ocer, n w c Mott & Morris av Over George B., lbr., w s Forest av 3d h n Strong Overington Thomas, builder, Harlem, r n s Concord 6th h College av Owens William, clerk, N. Y., n s 139th 2d h e 3d av

w

P
Pausewein Win., saloon, w s 3d av 4th h n Fifth Pausewein Adelia, divssmkr, w s 3d av 4th h n Fiftli Panlisch Charles, car builder, n w c 3d av & Seventh Pabst Geo., gymnasium, w s 3d av 1st h n Sixth Pabst Mr., glassware, N. Y., s w c Beach av & Lexington Parshatl James L., real estate, off. nee Wash'n av Fifth, r w s Fulton av 4th h n Fifth Paulus Wm., milkman, s s William 4th h e Courtland av Paulus Christina, wid., s a William 4th h e Courtland av Paulus Frit/, milk, w s Juliet nr Gerard av Paul John, grocer, e s Wash'n av 2d h s Milton Paul John, cigars, e s Wash'n av 4th h s Milton
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Paul Henry, barber, e s Wash'n av 4th h s Milcon Paul Christian, butcher, nee Benson & Courtland av Paul August, butcher, nee Benson & Courtland av Pasenecker Christopher, tailor, s s Prospect 4th h w Wash'n av Palmer Wm. H., telegraph operator, n s Eighth 1st h w

Wash'n av Parkerton George, silver plater, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 1st h n Second Parisette Fred. W., grocer, w s Wash'n av 3d h s Third Parker Andrew J., chemist, N. Y., s w c Eighth & Wash'n av Parker George, mason, e s Tinton av 1st h n Uncas Parker Albert, sealworks, N. Y., w s Morris pi 1st h s Ella Parker George, s s 145th 4th h e 3d av Palmer Harris, iron worker, N. Y\, s s New 1st h e Forest av Paff Henrich, lbr., s s Uncas 1st h e Tinton av Patterson Alex., trainer, s s Irving pi 2d h w E E av Patterson David, shoemkr, w s 3d av 4th h n Smeeman Patterson Mary, laundress, s s Governeur 1st h w Courtland av Paltz Andrew, brewer, s s 147th 2d h e Clifton av Paesly Frederick, pianos, N. Y., n s Cottage 5th h w College av Pausen William, boatman, w s 3d av 2d h n Mott Pawson John AY., surveyor, s s Edsell 4th h w 3d av Payn John G., Sure Eaising Flour, e s 3d av 2d h s 186th Paulson Peter, carpenter, N. Y., s s 139th 2d h w 3d av Payne William 0., coachman, s s Schuyler 6th h e Courtland av Paris Henry, lbr., s s Schuyler 3d h e Morris av Panzer Franz, blacksmith, s s Denman 3d h e Courtland av Panzer Joseph, photographer, w s 3d av 1st h s Denman Pagen Mary, laundress, e s Courtland av 1st h s Denman Parsons William, carpenter, e s William 1st h s Wash'n av Petz Joseph, w s Fulton av 4th h w Seventh Petsch Chris., cap mfr, N. Y., e s E E av 1st h s Eighth Pennell Francis, mason, w s 3d av 4th h n Fourth Pennell Thomas, designer, N. Y., s s Governeur 9th h av Courtland av Pet Maria, hair dresser, w s 3d av 5th h n Fifth Perrer Uder, cigarmkr' w s 3d av 1st h s Third Pearl John, mason, w s Union av 2d li n George Peter Eudolf, weaver, s s First 2d h e Courtland av Peterson Tederman, liquors, n w c Waverly & Courtland av Peterson Oscar, carpenter, n s 144th 6th h e 3d av Peat John, machinist, sec Waverly & Wash'n av Peco Wm., coachman, n s Milton 1st h w 3d av

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e s Courtland

s Wasli'n av 4th h n First Peattie Robert, carpenter, c Union av & New Petit E., florist, n Perry Levi (Rev.,) s s 141st 2d h e Alexander av Pemberton William, iron moulder, n e c 3d av 146th

Penning Henry, grocer,

av 3d h

s

w

Prospect

w

Pemberton Albert, saloon, s e c 3d av & 136th Timothy, watchman, w s Macomb av 1st h s Van Stoll Ann, wid., w s 3d av 3d h n Smeeman John, lbr., s s Elton 1st h w 3d av John, liquors, n w c Benson & Courtland av Antoine, mason, s w c 3d av & Smeeman Pendar Catharine, wid., n s Springfield 3d h w 3d av Pfeiffer Gustavus, picture framer, n w c Cliff & Forest av Pfeiffer Henry, turner, N. Y., n s Elton 8th h w 3d av Pfeffermann Edward W., saddler, e s 3d av 3d h n Eifth Pfluger Joseph, barber, w s 3d av 3d h n Seventh Pfan John, gardener, e s Courtland av 3d h s Prospect Pfund Clemens, weaver, n s Westchester rd 1st h e Retreat av Phelan Patrick, carpenter, w s Courtland av 6th h n Union Phelan Sarah, wid., n s Ella 2d h e Morris pi Phillips Daniel F., bridge house, e s Wash'n av 1st h n First
Peters Peters Peters Peters Peifer
.

Phillips Henry, agent, Port Morris Phillips Rinaldo, clerk, N. Y., Port Morris Railroad Phillips Wesley, engineer, e s Passage av 1 st h s Pickard Joseph, bookkeeper, N. Y., s Boston rd 1st h n

Wr

w

Seventh

Pink

G., painter, s s

Fourth 3d h
s

e

RR

av

Pilger Peter, baker, av

Retreat av 1st h s Rose Pinckney Capt., Port Morris Pierce Richard, lbr., s s Denman 3d h e av Platner Adolph, N. Y., e s Fulton av 3d h s Eighth Platz Peter, boots & shoes, e s 3d av 4th h n 146th Plattman Louis, locksmith, n s Springfield 3d h w Courtland av Plander Catharine, laundress, s s Elton 2d h w 3d av Piatt Charles, mariner, s s 3d av 1st h n Rose Pollock Julius, chemist, av s Boston rd 2d h s Spring pi Pollock Henry, printer, w s Boston rd 2d h s Spring pi Poulston John M., baker, e s Franklin av 5th h n Sixth Poulston Waltor, steward, av s Franklin av 1st h n Sixth Pond Robt. J., jeweller, N. Y., e s Franklin av 3d h n Sixth Potts Arthur (Rev.,) av s Boston rd 4th h s Spring pi PoAvers John, rigger, N. Y., av s Forest av 3d h s Wall Potter Thomas J., bookeeper, N. Y., e s Franklin av 3d h s Seventh Potter Chas. H., lbr., s s Schuyler hth h e Courtland av

R R

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.
Poison

79 av

Wm.,

carpenter,
lbr.,

Powers James,

Popp John, saloon, Post John, painter, (rear) e s Wash'n av -4th h n Fourth Poore Fanny, dressmkr, n s 144th 5th h e 3d av Porter William, mason, e s Willis av 1st h s 147th Porter James, marble cutter, s s Dennian 3d h e Morris av Pope David, police, Port Morris Pouder Alxeander, book binder, s s Mary 1st h e Morris av Pouder Geo. W., painter, s s Mary 1st h e Morris av Polk Mary, laundress, s w c Governeur & 3d av Pollak Gustave, peddler, e s 3d av 3d h n Henry Poff John, mason, n s Mott 1st h w Courtland av Provost Peter, pianomkr, w s 3d av 5th h s Fifth Provost Reuben M., e s Franklin av 1st h s Jefferson Provost Joseph W., clerk, N. Y., e s Franklin av 1st h s Jefferson

n s William 1st h w Wash'n nee William & Courtland av nee Fifth & R R av

Prutting John, shoemkr, n s Seventh 2d h n 3d av Preiser John, mason, s s Milton 6th h w Wash'n av Preiser Charles, paper boxes, n s Schuyler 3d h \v Courtland av Proal Arthur B., banker, N. Y., n s William 1st h e Morris pi Pressner John, shoemkr, e s Benson av 4th h n Westchester rd Pratt Theophilus, sewing machines, N. Y., n s 141st 2d h w Willis av Pratt Franklin E., n s Concord 1st h w College av Pryor Richard, boatman, Port Morris Prophet & Co., grocers, e s 3d av 1st h n 134th Prass William, saloon, w s 3d av 2d h n Henrick Prass Louis, barber, n w c 3d av & 139th Prescott David, bookkeeper, N. Y., e s Alexander av 4th h s 140th Preussuer 0., jeweller, N. Y., e s College av 4th h s Main Prince Joseph, porter, N. Y., s s Schuyler 4th h w Wash'n av Pruder Phitalis, basketmkr, e s Courtland av 3d h s Elton Prunty Michael, lbr., w s Morris av lsth s Schuyler Pregenzer Philip, ice cream, w s 3d av 4th h s Milton Pregenzer Peter, chair caner, e s 3d av 4th h s Rose Prew Charles, moulder, w s 3d av 2d h s Elton Pult Edward, tailor, s s Findlay 2d h e Courtland av Putnam Jas. R., clerk, N. Y., e s R av 1st h n Fourth Pulley John C, caterer, n s Third 4th h w Wash'n av & Co., grocers, sec Westchester rd & 3d av Purdy Stephen, carpenter, s s 147th 3d h e Clifton av Purdy Wilson, mason, n s Mott 1st h w Courtland av Purdy Frederick, mason, n s Mott 1st h w Courtland av

R

PURDY

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Puhr

Purtell John, lbr., n s Westchester rd Isth e Bobbius av s Retreat av 1st h n 140th Nicholas, peddler,

Public Public Public Public Public
lb'

School School School School School

No. No. No. No. No.

1,

2,
3,

4,
5,

Willow & College av Highbridgeville e s 3d av bet Seventh cS: Eighth e s 3d av nr Milton s s Concord av 1st h s Elm
n

w wc

Q
Quinn Win.,
lbr.,

.

w

s

Forest av opp Strong

Quinlisk John,

Quick Quesse August, gardener,
ter rd

lbr., s s William 2d h Millicent, wid., s s Findlay 2d

w

s

w W^verly h w Wash'n av Retreat av 5th h n Westchese s

Quackenbush Henry, moulder,
chester rd

Retreat av

1st lis

West-

Quimby Aaron

J.,

wagon mkr,

w

s

College av 1st h n Cottage

R
Rate Edward, piano mkr, w s 3d av 5th h n Third Randall S. S., w s Franklin av 3d h n Seventh Randall Sidwell, teacher, w s Franklin av 3d h n Seventh Ray Frederick, physician, e s 3d av 1st h s Fifth

Ray John, car builder, w s R R av opp Eighth Ray Augustus, car builder, w s R R av opp Eighth Ray Mrs. Henrietta, w s R R av opp Eighth Ray Joseph, lbr., s e c 3d av & 141st Ray Patrick, lbr., s s Dcnman Gth h w Court-land av Rae Thomas, real estate agent, nee 138th & 3d av, r n w Alexander av & 138th Rae John, pianos, N. Y., n s Main 2d h e College av Rae David, carpenter, s s Lowell 3d h w 3d av Rae John, farmer, n s Mary 1st h e Morris av

c

Rae Charles, iron moulder, e s Passage av 1st h s Wr Railroad Ranter Julius, guilder, N. Y., n s Melrose 3d h e Terrace pi Ratz George, lamplighter, s s First 1st he Wash'n av Ranger Stephen, printer, N. Y., w s R R av opp Sixth Rau Frederick, tailor, n s 143d 3d h e 3d av Rau John, tailor, n s 143d 3d h e 3rd av Rauh Michael, carpenter, n s Elton 4th h e Morris av Rackloff Adani, shoe mkr, e s 3d av 3d h s 146th Raba Fritz, dyer, w s 3d av 4th h s Mott Raleigh Joseph, engineer, w s 3d av 2d h s Mott

J^RNEST HALL,

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
FIFTH STREET,
Near Washington Avenue,

MORRISANLA,

^ndrew
.

sponsel,

Tools, Builders' Hardware,
House Furnishing Goods Dealer
in Stoves, &c.,

FORDHAM AVENUE,
East side, bet Fifth
St.

and Spring Place,

M0RRISAN1A.

glRCHALL & CHAPMAN,
DEALERS IN

LIME, CEMENT,
PORT MORRIS: MOTT HAVEN,
Tost Office address,

COAL & WOOD,
WEST FARMS.
N; Y.

OFFICES AND YARDS,
near 3d Ave. Bridge,

And
I3P
All orders promptly executed. "^^i

MORRIS ANIA,

^T

CniSHOLM,

Jr.,

&

co.;

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN

Fine Teas, Wines and Groceries,
FIFTH STREET,
Near Third AvenUe,

MO*RRISANIA.

r»N

H. T.^OWEI*

FIFTH STREET, MORRISANI A,
Branch
Store,

THIRD AVENUE,

bet.

144th and 145th

Sts.

Manufacturer

of Silk

brellas,

and Cassimere Hats. Dealer in Ladies' Furs, and Paper Collars. On hand the latest stvles of FELT HATS AND CAPS.

Um-

A.

J.

BRAUDLACHT,

Builder's Hardware,
AND HOUSE FRUNISHING GOODS,

BOSTON ROAD,
Colors, Oils, Varnishes, Brashes,

Opposite Westchester Road,

H&^S@9Sa
CO, Window
Glass, &c.

MORRISANIA, WESTCHESTER
White Lead and Zinc Paints,

Morrisania Express Co.
PRINCIPAL OFFICES:
67 Courtlaiid and 44 Beefcman Streets,
Branch Offices.— No.
81 'Barclay
Street..

New

York,

220 and 254 Pearl Street, 30

Liberty Street, and 70 Bowery.

Morrisania
the Depot.

Office.

Branch Offices.

— Post

— Fordham Avenue opposite Fourth Street.
Office, Fifth St.,

and Carpenter's Hotel, opposite

Mott
"

store,

IIavex. Byrne's liquor store, Can's feed store, and Gilmore's drug 138th street. Furniture and Pianos carefully removed at any time.

—

T£

.

I

.

BROWN,
Office,

AUCTIONEER,
ileal Estate and Insurance ^ireut, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, FIFTH STREET,
N,

n Harlem

Railroad Depot and Post

MORRISANIA.
Houses
let

ltoal Estate

bought and sold and Insured.

and Kenta

collected.

BQT

Satisfaction will always be given.

"^M

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.
Raleigh Walter, n s Westchester rd 3d h e Retreat av Raief Ernst, peddler, sec Mott & R R av Ranneau Francis, waiter, N. Y., w s Courtland av Is h
rose

81

a

Mel-

Rautenhausen John,

lbr.,

w s Wash'n
h

av

1st

h

s

Morris av Rauss John G., mounter, w s Courtland av 1st h n Denman Rabbitt Edward, moulder, s s Governeur 7th h w (Courtland a v Raber Wenz, w s Courtland av 1st h s Denman Raught Charles, mason, e s Courtland av 4th h n Mott Rainyard Frank, lbr., w s Courtland av 1st h s Melrose Renmstrich Paul, brewer, w s 3d av 3d h s Sixth Reeves Obadiah, bookkeeper, e s Franklin av 1st h n 3d av Rehfeldt Win. E., printer, N. Y., e s Franklin, av 4th h n Sixth Reusch Wm., brewer, s w c 3d av & First Reynolds James II., contractor, N. Y,, w s Fulton av 11th h a

Ramsey

Pkilip, peddler, s s Elton 3d

w

Springfield

Courtland av 1st h n Findlay 3d av bet Cliff & First pi Reagan Renz Gustave, physician, av s 3d av opp Spring pi Retz Charles, piano mkr, e s Courtland av 'id h s Milton Reichman Chas. F., artist, s s First 2d h w 3d av Reagan Mrs. Hannah, s s Third 4th h e M R av Reaser Rudolph, cigar mkr, n e c Wash'n av & First Rennoaux Wm, carpenter, w s Wash'n av 4th h n Second Reil Wm., carpenter, s s Third 2d h w Wash'n av Reinken John, grocer, s w c Wash'n av & Fifth Reynard Henry, conductor, N. Y., s s New opp Forest av Renhaas Johannes, lbr., e s Gerard av 2d h s Juliet h e Robbins av Reily James, lbr., n s Wr Railroad 5th h n Wr Railroad Reilly James, lbr., w s Robbins av 4th Reic Adam, tailor, e s Robbins av 3d h n Uneas Reins Sarah M., wid., teacher, w s Courtland av 1st h s Ella Reisfenheuser Frank, carpenter, e s Robbins av 5th hn Uncaa Reisfenheuser John, carpenter, e s Robbins av othh n Uncas Reisfenheuser John, carpenter, e s Robbins av 5th h n Uncaa Reifield Frederick, tailor, n s 144th 3d h e 3d av Revere Andrew, painter, n s 143d 3d h e 3d av Retford J. S., painter, N. Y., n s 140th 3d h w Willis av Reisse William, bakery, e s Willis av 3d h s 147th Relyea George, mason, Port Morris
lbr., e s

Eighth Reynolds Patrick,

Pat., porter, e s

-

Renshaw John, lbr., Junction Macomb & R R avs Renshaw J., paints, e s 3d av 5th h n 139th Rein eg Philip, lbr., s s Melrosa 7 th h w Wash'n av Reed William, butcher, N. Y., s s Mary 2d h w Wash'n av

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Reiss Alwise, painter, s s Schuyler 6th h w Courtland av Reider Joseph, piano mkr, s s Schuyler 2d h e Morris av Reinhard Geo., shoe mkr, n s Governeur 4th h e Courtland av Reinhard William, saloon, nee Elton & Morris av Reinhart Louis, grocer, n e c 3d av & Seventh Regan Michael, lbr., s s Governeur 1st h e Morris av Regan Owen, lbr., s s Benson 9th h w Courtland av Rehm Bernard, crockery, e s 3d av 2d h s Rose Reindl Joseph, carpenter, e s Courtland av 1st h s Benson Rickersfeld August, w s Wash'n av 5th h n Fourth Richardson Geo. W., merchant, N. Y., w s Boston rd opp

Rehls John, lbr., e s Courtland 1st h n Mary Reddy George, lbr., s s Schuyler 1st h e Courtland av Renk Dorothea, widwife, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Springfield Renk John, lbr., w s Wash'n av 1st h s Springfield Renk Jacob, stone cutter, s s Schuyler 2d h e Morris av

Home
Richardson Joseph
Ij.,

bookkeeper, N. Y.,

s

w

c

Boston rd

&

Fifth Rigney Mrs. P. H., wid., n s Home opp Villa pi Riker Robert, builder, e s Clinton 3d h s Jefferson Riker Robert, jr., carpenter, e s Clinton 3d h s Jefferson Riker Win., carpenter, e s Clinton 3d h s Jefferson Riker Thos., carpenter, e s Clinton 3d h s Jefferson

Rider James M., painter, n s William 3d h w Wash'n av Rider & Conklin, real estate, s s Van Stoll 1st h w Canal Ritter Washington, physician, e s Franklin av 1st h n Fifth Ritter Henry, clerk, N. I, ws Franklin av 1st h s Eighth Rivinius Charles, brewer, w s Fulton av 4th h n Sixth Riordon John, lbr., e s R R av 6th h n Seventh Rieck Fred'k, agent, n s Union 2d h w Wash'n av Riley Michael, lbr., w s Courtland av 3d h n Union Riley Edward, lbr., w s 3d av 3d h s Third Riley Richard, peddler, w s Morris av 2d h s Schuyler Rifey Thomas, lbr., s s Denman 3d h e Morris av Riley Margaret, wid., laundress, s s Benson 3d h w Courtland av Riley Patrick, lbr., e s Courtland av 1st h n Findlay Riley Wm., lbr., nee Waverly & Wash'n av Rielly James, police, s w c Carr av &, Rae Rinert Charles, carpenter, w s Wash'n av 4th h n Second Ring Eugene, town clerk, office Town Hall, r s e c Morris pi & Catharine * Richards Edward, piano mkr, n w c Gerard av & Juliet Richards Joseph, engineer, 8 w c Cedar & Walton av

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.
Richards F., bookkeeper, N. Y., n Rittler Ernst, cigars, s s 145th 1st
r

83

w

c

Gerard av

&

Juliet

h e Mill Brook Rivers Frank, lbr., n s 144th 4th h e 3d av R chard Frederick, s s 141st 4th h e Alexander av Rieger Charles, cabinet mkr, e s Willis av 1st h n 144th Ripley Lindsay, clerk, N. Y., w s Macomb av 2d h Van Stoll
Richardson Joseph, dry goods, w s 3d av 3d h n Garden Ringle Christian, piano mkr, s s Springfield 4th h e Courtland av Ritzer Henry, moulder, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Schuyler Riderman Henry, butcher, e s Morris av 1st h n Governeur Rice Sophia, wid., n s Schuyler 1st h e Courtland av Rice Michael, shoe mkr, w s Wash'n av 2d h n First Rice Peter, baker, w s Wash'n av 1st h n First Rice Joseph, baker, w s Wash'n av 1st h n First Rice Phillip, boots & shoes, w s Wash'n av 2d h n First Rico Andrew, leather & findings, w s Wash'n av 2d h n First Rice John, tailor, w s Courtland av 1st h n Prospect Rice John F., tailor, n w c Courtland av & Prospect Rice John, policeman, n s Benson 4th h w Courtland av Rice John, lbr., w s 3d av 2d h n Waverly Rice Lawrence, tailor, n s Mott Isth \y Courtland av Rich Franklin, pattern mkr, w s 3d av 7th h s Milton Ripple John, varnisher, nee Springfield & Courtland av Rover Anthony, carpenter, s s 143d 2d h e 3d av Roinherst Henry, painter, n s 143d 3d h e 3d av Robertson Henry H., w s Macomb av 4th h s Grove Robertson William N., w s Macomb av 4th h s Grove Robertson Milton, clerk, N. Y., w s Macomb av 4th h s Grove Robertson Henry, n s Concord 7th h w College av Robertson James, grocer, e s 3d av 4th h n 139th Robertson John, ice, n s Henrick 1st h w 3d av Robinson George, conductor, Port Morris Robinson George, lumber, N. Y., s s 139th 1st h e Willis av Robinson Elizabeth, wid., seamstress, s s First 3d h e Courtland av Robinson John, waiter, av s Courtland av 1st h s Findlay Rodan Nicholas, teamster, Junction Macomb av & R R av Rodecker Frank S., saloon, w s 3d av 3d h s Edsell Rodecker Emanuel, saloon, w s 3d av 3d h s Edsell ROBBINS GEORGE B., gravel roofing, w s 3d av 5th h n
Edsell

Robbins Geo. B., gravel roofor, s s 136th 3d h e Alexander a^ Robb Mary, wid., n s 146th 2d h e Willis av Robb Edward, ice, s s Mott 7th h w College av

H*

MOinnSANIA DIRECTORY.
Charles, gardener, n Elizabeth, n h 146tn
<*

Schuvler 5th h e Morris av h e" Willis av Charles, ice, e 8 .'{(1 av 2d h n 146th Row John, butcher, s w 3d av & Henrick Roman Catholic School, n e c 137th & Alexander aARoh Jacob, shoemkr, e s Concord av -d li s Lexington av Rosa Rudolph, surveyor, N. Y., s s Garden tth li wOollege av Rockwell Charles FT., bodkkeeper, X. Y., n 6 Concord 2d h w 3d av Roe Anna, e s Walton av 2d li b Ella Roc James !>., merchant, n s Halsey 1st h e Morris pi Re* Wm., clerk, n s Halsey 1st h e. Morris pi Roe Agustus '.. derk, e s Walton av 2d li s Ella Rows James, blacksmith, n s Westchester rd 3d h e Retreat av Boeder Iharles, clerk, n s Gerard 6th h e Retreat av Roeder Adam, carpenter, n e c Mary & Courtland av Robetzeck David, china works, s s Willow -d h e Robbins av, v s s Oncas 2d li e Robbins av Robetzeck Gustave, clerk, s s Incus 2d h e Robbins av Robetzeck Aaron, av s Robbins av 1st h n Wr Railroad Rourke Pat., driver, e s 1! J; av 1st li s Sixth Rourke John, contractor, w s Union av lsth av George Rdurke Ann, w s Union av 3d h n George Rourke Michael, driver, w s Union av 3d hn George Roberts Mary, n s Wall 1st h w Union av Roberts Milton, clerk, n s Wall 1st h av Union av Roberts Ale.v. !•'., clerk, n s Wall 1st h av Union av Roberts Stephen J., carpenter, n s William 1st h av Wash'n av Roberts .James, clerk, s s 140th 3d h av Willis.' av Rominensteiii Christian, brewer, e s 3d av 3d h w Sixth Rosenthal Conrad, hairdresser, av s 3d av 5th h n Fifth JAMES, harness mkr, av s 3d av 3d h n R R av Rowan Wm., printer, s a Findlay 2d h w Wash'n av Rowan Geo. VV., harness, s s Union 4th h w Wash'n a\ Roude Patrick, lbr„ n s Pirst 2d h e Courtland av Roletter Peter, cooper, s s William 5th h av Wash'n av Roobe Henry, tailor, av s Wash'n av 1st h s Prospect Rooa -la cob, stone cutter, e s Wash'n av ;">th h s Milton Etoos Jacob, tailor, e b Courtland av 1st h b Melrose Rose Wm. IT., carpenter, n s ProspeCt 3d h av Wash'n av Ronner Lewis, engineer, N. V., n s Second .*»d h e Wash'n av Ronner Mrs. William, b e c Fulton av & Seventh

Robb Robb Robb

s

1st

<

(

ROWEN

ROTTGEB HENRY
av 2d h
Roftg
b

E.,

MERCHANT
pi l«t

TAILOR, e

s

Wash'n

Fifth
lbt., s 8

George,

Arenlurius

h e Gerard ar

MORRIS AN l A DIRECTORY.
Tlohl Charles, gardener, n
s

85

Rohrey John, harness mkr,

s s

Roschild E., dry goods, s s Rothschild Henry, boots & shoes, w s 3d av 2d h n Garden Rogers Thomas, lawyer, s w c Ella & SpringRogers S. N., shoe mkr, e s av C 2d h s Cliff 3d h s Cliff Rogers John, waiter, N. Y., e s av Rogers George, driver, e s 3 av 4th h s Eighth s 3d av 4th h n Fifth Rogers Fred., billiard saloon, Rogers Mrs. Mary A., e s Boston rd bet 1 Lome & George Rogers John, hostler, n s First 3d h e Court-land av
(
-

Ella 4th h e Morris pi Westchester rd 3d h w Clifton av Westchester rd 2d li w Clifton av

j

«

Rogers Henry, agent, s e c Cottage & College av Rogers Ellen, white goods, s e c Cottage & College av Rogge John, liquors, n w c Benson & 3d av Rogge John C, L., n s Benson 1st h w 3d av Roouey Michael, lbi\, n s Westchester rd 2d h Robbins av Roderka Gustavo A., grocer, n w c Springfield & Courtland av Romans Bernard, lbr., w s Wash'n av 1st h n Schuyler Rousseau David, mfr, N. Y.,.,s s Elton (5th h e Morris av Rosencrans Eli, varnisher, w s Courtland av 1st h s Governeur Roche Claude, furrier, n s Governeur 2d h w Morris av Roubicek Ludwig A., hardware, s s Benson 7th h w Court• •

land av

3d av 1st h e William s 3d av 2d h n Elton Roland Win, butcher, w s Wash'n av 3d h n Second Roland Peter, butcher, w s 3 av 2d h s Henry Roth John, carpenter, n s Elton 4th h w 3d av Rothe Louis, shoe mkr, n s Mott 1st h w 3d av Rothe William, iron railings, nee Mott & Courtland av Russell Mrs., wid., e s Forest av 1st h s Wall Russell Lorenzo, printer, N. Y., n s Home opp Villa pi Russell Laura, wid., e s Willis av 1st h s 140th Russell Fred. E., clerk, s s Milton 2d k w Courtland av Ruser Fred., wheelwright, w s R R av 5th h s Eighth William & CourtRuck Fredericka. wid., dress mkr, land av Rudolph August, cooper, s s Waverly 3d h w Courtland av Rudolph Martin, shoe mkr, n s Springfield 3d h w 3d av Ruff John, mason, n s Milton 4th h w Wash'n av Rundell Win. H., ice, s s Second 1st h w Wash'n av Rumble Wm., surveyor, office n s Fifth opp Post Office, r e s 3d av opp Third Rumble Mrs. Elizabeth, n s Fourth 1 st h e R R av Rutier Abram, dry goods, N. Y., s s 1 36th 2d h e Alexander av

Rodney Michael,

liquors,

w

s

Rodenheiser John, moulder,

w

nee

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MOEEISANIA DIRECTORY.

Eungc Adah, artist, esKd av 3d h n 144th Euddiman Win., furniture, w s 3d av 2d h s Mott Eungin Charles, clerk, N. Y., n w c 3d av & Edsell Eunge John P'. artist, s s Garden 3d h w College av
t

Eutten John, carman, n s Schuyler 1st h e Morris av Eudden Ed-ward, lbr., n s Elton 2d h w Morris av Euss William, tinsmith, n s Governeur 4th h e Morris av Eumpelton Erederick J., clerk, e s 3d av 1st h w St. Ann's av Eyan Eichard, carpenter, e s Wash'n av 4th h n Fourth Eyan John, mason, e s Wash'n av 4th h n Fourth Eyan Mrs., wid., e s Wash'n av 4th h n Fourth Eyan James, peddler, n w c Governeur & Morris av Eyan James, lbr., s s Benson 4th h e Morris av Eyan William, lbr., s s Benson 7th h e Morris av Ever Carl, mason, s s Schuyler 4th h e Courtland av

s
Sanger Fred., painomkr, N. Y.,«w s Clinton 2d h w Seventh Sandstein Samuel M., cigar mfr, N. Y., w s 3d av 8th h
Eighth

n

Sanford Henry P., shoe mfr, w s Franklin av 4th h s Sixth Sasche John, shoemkr, n s Milton 1st h e Courtland av Sasche Paul, tailor, n s Melrose 2d h e Courtland av Sauer Christoph., grocer, e s Wash'n av 4th h s Milton Sauvan John J., painter, w s Union av 2d h New Sauvan Henry, painter, n s First 3d h e "Wash'n av Sauvan Eobert, mason, s s New 3d h e Forest av Samson Adam, lbr., w s Courtland av 4th h n Union Sackett Margaret, s s Findlay 2d h w Wash'n av Sayers John, grocer, s s Fifth 4th h e E E av Sayers Harry, carriagemkr, N. Y., s s New 3d li w Forest av Sanson John S., sup't. Janes & Kirtland's foundry, e s Eagle av 1st h s Westchester id Sanson John S., jr., clerk, e s Eagle av 1st h s Westchester rd Sanson Eugene, clerk, e s Eagle av 1st h s Westchester rd Santos & Gibney, liquors, n w c 3d av & Concord Santos Joseph, stevedore, N. Y., s s Mary 4th h w Courtland av Sautalini Antoine, lbr., s av c 3d av & Smeeman Sadlier Denis, publisher, N. Y., Wilton Samuels S. Capt., n w c Passage av & 143d Saxton Harriet, school, n s 139th 3d h e 3d av Sahnon Patrick, gas fitter, s s Willow pi 2d h w College av Sanderson M., wid., n s Garden 7th h w College av Sauter Jacob, butcher, e s Courtland av 2d h s Courtland av

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.

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Sauter Vincent, carpenter, w s Courtland av 3d h s Springfield Sauter John, tailor, n s Prospect 7th h e Courtland av Sauter Louis, carpenter, s s Melrose 5th h e Courtland av Saunders Simon M., mer., N. Y., e s Franklin av Gth h n Seventh Saunders Benj., gardener, n s Findlay 3d h e Courtland av Saunders Benj., cutter, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Seventh Saunders Ann, laundress, n s Schuyler 9th h e Courtland av Saunders Catherine, n s Melrose 5th h e Courtland av

SANGUINETTI J. B., MERCHANT TAILOR, FORMERLY CRONEY, LENT & CO., 753 BROADWAY, N. Y., s w
c

Elton

& Courtland av
laundress,
carver,

Scott

Emma,

Schwenk John,
land av

s s Melrose 8th h w Wash'n av N. Y., s s Springfield Gth h e Court-

Springfield & Courtland av Schledorn Henrietti, wid., n s Springfield 2d h e Courtland av Schulter David, painter, sec Mary & Courtland av Scherbert Prank, mason, e s Courtland av 1st h n Schuyler Schaelles Henry, tailor, n s Schuyler 3d h e Courtland av SCHMIDT HENRY, liquors, s e c Grove & 3d av Schmidt John P., pianomkr, N. Y., s s Melrose 3d h e Ter-

Schawannecke Henry, physician,

nee

feed, N. Y., n s Waverly 1st h w Courtland av Schmidt George, mason, n s Findlay 4th h av Wash'n av Schmidt Richard, lbr., s s Mary 1st h w Courtland av Schmidt John, crockery, e s 3d av 2d h n 147th Schmidt Charles, mason, n s 147th 1st h e 3d av Schmidt Barbara, wid., s s Benson 2d h e R R av Schmidt John, lbr., s s Milton 5th h av Wash'n av Schmidt Adam, tailor, n s Prospect Gth h e Courtland av Schmidt Henry, car builder, w s Wash'n av 3d h s Third Schmitt John, lbr., sec Tin ton av & Pontiac Schmitt Moritz, pianomkr, N. Y., s s Uncas 1st h e Robbins av Schmidt Henry, painter, n s Prospect Gth h e Courtland av Schmidt Henry, finisher, n s Schuyler 8th h w 3d av Schmidt Joseph, lbr., w s Wash'n av 1st h n Schuyler Schmidt Felix, tailor, n s Springfield 4th h w 3d av Schmitt Adam, tobacconist, e s 3d av 2d h n Rose Schulze Charles, sash & blinds, s s Springfield 7th h w 3d av Schulz John, butcher, n w c Findlay & Courtland av Schulz Julia, seamstress, w s Courtland av 2d h s Springfield Schulz Fred., tailor, s s Fifth 1st h w 2d av

race pi

Schmidt George, Hour &

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Schulz Casper, butcher, N. Y., n w c Wash'n av & Second Scharf Ileinhard, machinist, n s Schuyler *th h e Courtland av Schleifer George, cigarmkr, n s Elton lid h w 3d av Schanz Eniil, lbr., B s Elton Sth li w 3d av Schwabius George, varn.isb.er, s s Schuyler 1st h w Courtland av Scheifele John, book binder, N. Y., n s Elton 2d h e Morris av Scheffler John, shoemkr, s s Elton 5th h e Morris av Schlamp Henry, pianomkr, s s Elton 7th h e Morris av Schrenck Andrew, carpenter, s e c Governeur & Courtland av Deniiian <fc CourtSchlachter Elizabeth, wid., milliner, land av Schott John, tailor, s s Governeur 4th h w Oourtland av Schellung Philip E., lbr., s s Denman 2d h e Morris av Schrader William, grocery, nee Willis av & 145th Schnap Christian, carpenter, s s 144th 1st li w Willis av Schammer Frederick, s s 14*2d 5th h w Willis av Schiebler Jacob, carpenter, e s Willis av '2d h s 146th Schilling John H., grocery, av s 3d av '2d h n Oourtland av Srhetzler Andrew, e s 3d av 5th h n 146th Schrictzloner Henry, clerk, N. Y., s s Cottage loth h w College av Schuh Frederick, saloon, e s 3d av 3d h n 134th Schneidle Antoin, saloon, nee 147th & 3d av Schopper Henry B., sewing machines, e s 3d av 5th h n 147th Seofield Ann, wid., w s 3d av 6th h s Mott Schalier Christian, Karls' Park, e s lie treat av bet 147th &

sec

Henry
Schalier William, manager, e s lletreat av bet 147th & Henry Schafer Peter, uianomkr, s s Springlield '2d h e Morris av Schafer Michael, lbr., s s Schuyler 3d h w Wash'n av

Schafer William, tailor, w s 3d av 3d h s Milton Schalier Jacob, blacksmith, N. Y., n s Third 1st h w 3d av Schafer John, cigarmkr, s w c Gerard av & Juliet Shafer Martin, s s William 3d h e Courtland av Shafer Seuferth, mason, n s Governeur 4th h w 3d av Schaefer George, builder, e s Franklin av lid h n Eighth Schledom Charles, lithographer, N. Y., s we Mott & Courtland av Schledom Julius, lithographer, N., Y., s w c Mott & Courtland av Scranton AV. B., broker, N. Y., s s Mott 5th h w College av Schulbery, Fred., lbr., s s Denman '2d h e Morris av Schaonbuer Anton, carpenter, e s R 11 av '2d h n Denman Schafner Fred., carpenter, s s Denman 2d h e II II av

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*W

Schussler Kaspar, saloon, e s Courtland av 1st h n Benson Schillhorn Richard, teamster, w s 3d av Oth h s Milton Schuarman Louis, barber, e s 3d av 3d h s Grave Schussler Ferdinand, cigar mfr, e 3 3d av 1st h n Weetchester rd Schlosser Gebhard, tailor, e s 3d av Lst )i s Denman School Louis, butcher, sec Gerard & 3d av Schwarz Margaret, wid., s s Melrose 6th h w Wash'n av Schwartz Joseph, saloon, e s 3d av 4th h s Henry Scarderfield Henry, gilder, N. Y., s s Benson 1st h w 3d av Schubz Catharine, wid., n w c Mott & Courtland av Scherding Christian, butcher, e s 3d av 3d h n Grove Schoppaul Christian, butcher, o s Courtland av 1 st h n Mary Schilling Fred., lbr., s s Milton 5th h e Courtland av Schauferberger Frederick, shoemkr, s s Milton 1st ii w Courtland av Schiet Caspar, tailor, n s Prospect 2d h av Courtland av Schott Jacob, pianomkr, n s Prospect 3d h w Courtland av Schoenleber Andrew, baker, w s Courtland av 1st h n Melrose Schrutel Jacob, milkman, s s Melrose 1st h e Courtland av

Schuhman George, carpenter, s s Melrose 1 st h e Courtland av Schuhman Andrew, saloon, sec Melrose & Courtland av Schuman Jacob, apothecary, e s 3d av Gth h s Rose
Schiesser John, shoemkr, 11 s Melrose lst h e Courtlaud av Schepp John, vinegar, n s Melrose 2d h e Courtland av Schunk Simon, peddler, s s First 3d h w R R av SchrofT John G., shoemkr, s s First 7th w R R av Schroff Charles T., painter, n s First lst h w R R av Schubert John, framer, s s First 2d h e Courtland av Schaup Isadore, lbr., s s William 5th h w Wash'n av Schroeder Adam, musician, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Melrose Schroder August, cigarmkr, n s First lst h e Wash'n av Schroder George, cigarmkr, e s 3d av lst h. n Governeur Shroeder John F., grocery, n w c College av & Garden Schroeder Benj., lbr., s s William Gth h av Wash'n av Schroeder John, gardener, s s William Gth h av Wash'n av Schertel Andrew, tailor, n s Courtland av 2d h s Findlay Schneider George, tailor, s s Waverly 4th h e Courtland av Schneider Christian, cabinetmkr, s s Waverly 2d h av Courts

land av Schneider William, carpenter, s s Waverly 2d h av Courtland av Schneider Jacob, mason, c Sixth & Union av Schneider Julius, joiner, sec Elton & Morris av Schneider John, lbr., n s Schuyler lst h e Courtland av

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Schneidor Schneider Schnoider Schneider Schneider

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George,
lbr.,

n

s

Schuyler 5th h e Courtland av

Schowppe

Charles, skewers, e s Courtland av 3d h n Mott Fred., blacksmith, w s Courtland av Isth n Melroseav & Wash'n av Charles, pickle rn.tr, n e c Louis, mer., N. Y., s w c Fulton av & Fifth Augustus, pianomkr, N. Y., w s Clinton 3d h n

RR

Seventh Schender Adam, watchman, w s 3d av 2d h n Eighth Schweir Wm., grocer, w s 3d av 2d h s Third Schumacher Otto, lbr., w s Retreat av 4th h s Grove Schumacher John, engr., w s 3d av 3d h s Eighth Schatzle Anton, lbr., w s 3d av 2d h s Third Schnaufer C. H., butcher, nee 3d av & Spring pi Schoeppler Micks, shoemkr, s e c 3d av & Spring pi Schoustal, cigamikr, n s R R av 1st h e Wash'n av Schul Charles, harness mkr. w s 3d av 7th h s Fifth Schuyler Spencer, mer., N. Y., e s 3d av bet Cliff & First pi Scheurmann Philip, shoemkr, nee Wash'n av & Seventh Schoettle Fred., dairy, w s R R av 2d h n Fifth Schonduev Andrew, mer., N. Y., w s Wash'n 3d h n Seventh Schlosler George, n e c Seventh & Wash'n av Schappert Henry, carver, n s Second 1st h e Wash'n av Schwatz August, wheelwright, sec Retreat av & Gerard Schmeder A., lbr., s w c Union av & New Schellkopf Jacob, lbr., n e c 156th & Carr av Schwab Fred., carpenter, e s Tinton av 3d h n Uncaps Schwab Adam, lbr., N. Y., w s Wash'n av 1st h s Prospect Schwab August, cabinetmkr, w s Robbinsav 1st h s Lexington Schellenberg Moritz, wheelwright, s s Pontiac 2d h e Tinton av Schwinge John, n w c Tinton av & L'neas Schwinge Albert, driver, n w c Tinton av & Uncas Schmiedor Xaver, watchman, w s Robbins- av 5th h n Wr
Railroad Schmiecler Lorenz, tailor, sec Donman & Courtland av Schmiederer Michael, saloon, w s 3d av 2d h n Van Stoll Seais Hiram, boots & shoes, N. Y., w s Boston rd 4th h n Fifth
Seip Wm., brewer, n s Eighth 2d h e 3d av „Seitz Amer, saloon, w s 3d av 3d h n Eighth Seiber Wm., leather findings, w s 3d av 1st h s Eighth Seifelder Michael, tailor, n s Findlay 1st h e Courtland av
Seiler Jose|>h, peddler,

Seemann Hermann,

Robbins av & Uncas Uncas 1st h e Robbins av Seiz Gotlib, currier, e s Retreat av 6th h n Westchester rd Seiz Charles, currier, e s Retreat av Gth h n Westchester rd
crockery, n s

nee

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91

Seling John, weaver, n s 144th 9th h e 3d av Searing Joseph, fireman, Port Morris Seward Win. A., painter, s s Cottage 4th h w College av Sears Peter J. harness, e s 3d av 3d h n S Boulevard Sears James C, porter, N. Y., s s Mary 3d h e Courtland av Semel Louis, raer. tailor, w s 3d av 3d h n Courtland av Seufert Mary, wid., laundress, e s Courtland av 2d h n Mary Seufert Charles, conductor, sec Main & College av Seeder August, tailor, n s Schuyler 7th h w 3d av Seuferth Joseph, painter, s s Schuyler 7th h e Courtland av Seuferth John, gardener, e s 3d av 5th h s Henry Seybold Frederick, framer, n s Schuyler 5th h w Courtland av Seabold Margaret, wid., w s R R av 3d h s Wash'n av Seikes Christopher, carpenter, n s Benson 3d h w Morris av Seidl Wulfgang, trimmings, w s 3d av 3d h s Milton Shappert LeAvis, blacksmith, n s Second 2d h e Wash'n av Shets George, baker, n s Second 3d h w 3d av Sheldon Gaylor, n s Ella 2d h e Morris pi Sheldon Clarence, n s Ella 2d h e Morris pi Sheldon Augustus, n s Ella 2d h e Morris pi Sheldon I)., mer., N. Y., n s Ella 3d h e Morris pi Shaw Henry AY., artisan, N. Y., w s Morris pi 1st h s Helen Sheeren James, lbr., e s Tinton av 1st h n Wr Railroad Sheeren James, plasterer, e s Tinton av 1st h n Wr Railroad Sheeren John, lathing, e s Tinton av 1st h n Wr Railroad Sheehan Patrick, horseshoer, e s 3d av 5th h n Fifth Shrempt John, brewer, s s 145th 3d h w Clifton av Shaw Lucinda, dressmkr, e s Willis av 1st h s 146th Schnette Henry, lbr., Port Morris Shewell James, lbr., Port Morris Shewart Margaret, grocery, n s Cottage 7th h w College av Sheriff Richard, foreman, n s Cottage 19th h av College av Sharkey John K., hardware, e s 3d av 4th h n S Boulevard Sheppard Antoine, express, n s Edsell 3d h av 3d av Shepperd Frank, peddler, s s First 8th h w R R av Shaffen Patrick, lbr., av s 3d av 1st h n Edsell Shay Tim., lbr., n av c SeA enth &. Fulton av Shay Michael, lbr., Port Morris Shay John W., iron foundry, N. Y., s s 138th 2d h e St. Ann's av Shellaberger Anton, book binder, N. Y., e s Courtland av 2d h
T

n Schuyler Shellaberger Matthew, teamster, n land a\*
Shuhenz Gindar, cigarmkr,
s s

s

Schuyler 5th h
av

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Court-

Schuyler 1st h

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Shutto August, (rfloCer; sec Governeur & Courtland av Shatzabel Herman, blacksmith, n e c Benson & Courtland av Shaub Andrew, lithographer, N. Y., n s Mott Hth h w Courtland av Sheridan Bartholomew, contractor, n w c Courtland av & Tel-

Sheridan James, mason, s s Denman 1st h w Morris av Sheridcn James, lbr., e s Clinton av 1st h s Jefferson Sheridan John, lbr., n e c William & Courtland av Sherwood Ceo. F., carpenter, w s Clinton 1st h n Seventh Sherwood Henry A., builder, w s 3d av 3d h s Sixth Sherwood Mrs. Mary A., fancy store, w s 3d av 3d h s Sixth Sherwood R. 11., crockery, n w c Wash'n av & Seventh Sherwood Niles, carpenter, n s Seventh 1st h w Clinton Sherwood Geo. E., builder, n s Seventh 1st h w Clinton Sherwood Silas 13., carpenter, n s Eighth 4th h w Wash'n av Sherwood Chauncey, carpenter, s s Fourth 3d h e R li av Sh.rwood W. H. H., keeper, nee Gerard av & Juliet Sherwood S. J., s w c Cedar & Walton av Sherwood Matilda, wid., n s tottage 7th h w College av Shei- wood Thomas, mason, s s Benson 1st h w Morris av Shultz Fred., lbr., e s Forest av 3d h n New Sherring Jacob, gardener, e s 3d av 5th h s Fifth Sheack Phillip, butcher, e s 3d av 1st h n Spring pi av 1st h s Second Shandly Michael, lbr., e s Shears Jacob, e s R R av 1st h s Second Shell George, toy mfr, av 6th h n Fifth Shots George, gardener, e s 3d av I<\ h s Sixth Shoert Martin, umbrella repairer, w s R av opp Seventh Shiel John, carpenter, w s Fulton av 3d h s Eighth Shiel Edward, coachman, n w e Courtland av & Waverly Sheiflen Philip, w s Fulton av 5th h s Sixth Shop .Joseph, lbr., w s Courtland av Id h s Milton Short Wm., gilder, N. Y., n e c William & Wash'n av Short 'harles, gilder, N. Y., nee William & Wash'n av Sheringer Michael, stair builder, s s Union 3d h e Courtland av Shields John, lbr., s s William 4th h e Courtland av Shelbert Anne, laundress, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Milton Shliclimayer David, brewer, s s Sixth 1st h w 3d av Sheak The,,. A., clerk, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 1st h s Eighth Shea Richard, lbr., n c Wr Railroad & Tinton av Sierek Charles W., painter, n s Eighth 2d h e 3d av Sigel Wm., driver, e s 3d av 2d h s Seventh Sigel Jacob, engr., e s 3d av 2d h s Seventh Sigel Franz, e a av B 1st h a Cliff
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Simondes Alonzo Seventh
Sinheimer
I).,

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agent, N. Y., e s Franklin av

h n

Sinclair Mrs. Selina, milliner, e s Franklin av 2d
Z., tailor,

h s Seventh 3d av & Spring pi Simmons George, gardener, av s 3d av 4th h n Sixth Siering Niegand, tailor, n s Waverly 8th h n Wash'n av Simpson Wilson, pawnbroker, N. Y., n av c Cedar $. Spring Singer Antony, n s Ella 3d h e Morris pi

sec

Siller

Herman,

teamster,

s s

145th 5th

It

av

Mill Brook

142d 1st h e 3d av Sidney Charles, rubber goods, N. Y., n s 134th 1st LP w Willis av Siemes Louis, butcher, av s 3d av 6th h n Concord Siebold John, bridge tender, n s Mott 2d h av 3d av Simmer Samuel, butcher, s s 137th 2d h e St. Ann's av Singer Martin, cooper, n s Springfield 1st h e Courtland av Sichling Philip, painter, n s Melrose 3d h a\' Wash'n av Sichling Michael, butcher, n e c Dennian & Courtland av Sikenthaler Henry, painter, n s Elton 2d h av 3d av Siegman Karl, painter, n s Elton 9th li av 3d av Siemmering John, grocer, ri s Schuyler 6th h e Morris av Skane John, gardener, n av c Franklin av & Eighth Skellon James, oluinber, n s Gerard 2d li e Retreat av Skellev William, contractor, n s 140th 1st h e 3d av Sleven Patrick, painter, n s Union 7th h e Courtland av Slodon Michael, lbr., av s Courtland nx 3d It n Union Sloane Win., Avaiter, e s Walton av 3d h s Ella Slover John, lbr., Port Morris Sliet Henry, cabinetinkr, s s Springfield 6th It e Courtland av Slink ert Anthony, lbr, s s Elton, 4th It e Morris av Slatterv Thomas, lbr., n s Penman 1st h e R R av Slattery Ellen, Avid., Port Moms Blattery Thomas, lbr., s s Lexington 1st h e Robbing av Smith Louis, brewer, n s Eighth 1st li e 3d aA~ Smith James, boarding house, av s 3d av 4th h n Eighth Sntith Geo. H., s e c 3d av & Fifth Smith Alfred 11, merchant, e s 3d av bet Cliff & First ju Smith Chauneev, lawyer, nee Wash'n av & Fifth, r n e c R R av & First Smith Wm. S., insurance, n e e Wash'n av & Fifth, r n e P R av & First Smith AndreAv, carpenter, av s R R av opp Se\-euth Smith Michael C, builder, N. Y., s s Seventh opp Clinton av Smith John R., stone cutter, av s Courtland av 2d h s Waverly Smith John, gardener, av s Wash'n av Isih 8 Prospect

Simons George*

B., carpenter,

n

s

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Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith

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Warren W., conductor, n e c Wash'n & Milton Thomas B., (Rev.,) w s Wash'n av 1st h n Third] W., bookkeeper, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 1st h n Third Jas. A., w 8 Wash'n av 1st h n Third Mrs. Sarah A., fancy store, w 8 Wash'n av 1st h n

Seventh

Snape James, carpenter, s s Melrose 4th h w Wash'n av Sneckenberger Marcus, mason, sec Schu}der & R R av den Ann, seamstress, Wash'n av 1st h b Waverly Soesman [saiah J., salesman, N. Y., n s Prospect 8th Wash'n av Solt Thomas, gardener, w s av B 2d h s Cliff Sohn .John, grocer, s s Westchester rd 1st h e St. Ann's av Soth Michael, peddler, n av c 136th & Lincoln av Sohl Frederick, lbr., e s 3d av 7th h s 136th Soule Charles E lawyer, N. Y., e s Grove av 1st h n First Sobischik Anton, shoe mkr, n s Union av 1st h e R R av Sommerlield Anna, wid., w s R R av 1st h n Seventh Sorcg E., cigar mkr, s s Seventh 1st he Fulton av Sobischek E., saloon, w s 3d av 1st h s Third
,

Findlay & Terrace pi Snellgrove James, Bexton, Snovl) John, lbr., \v s Robbins av 2d h s Lexington

Smith George, clerk, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 4th h n Seventh Smith Nich., gardener, n s Westchester rd 1st h w Union av Smith John, lbr., av s av C 2d h s Cliff Smith Elizabeth, grocer, s s 146th 2d h e 3d av Smith Sarah, wid., s s 146th 2d h e 3d av Smith Soloman P., carpenter, n s 142d 1st h e 3d av Smith William, builder, s s 141st 1st h w Willis av Smith Peter, grocer, w s 3d av 4th h n Garden Smith George, plumber, e s 3d av 2d h s 145th Smith John, gardener, s s 135th 2d h e St. Ann's av Smith J. E., printer, N. Y., n s Main 6th h e R R av Smith Frederick, peddler, n s Concord 1st h w College av Smith John C, house smith, n s Mary 7th h e Courtiand av Smith John J., shoe mkr, n s Melrose 4th h w Wash'n av Smith John, lbr., s s Elton 2d h w Morris av Smith John, painter, n s Elton 2d h w Courtiand av Smith John, lbr., s s Denman 2d h \v Morris av Smith Wm. 0., newspapers, e s 3d av 6th h s Westchester rd Smith John, gardener, n s Mott 2d h w Morris av Smith Mary, wid., laundress, n s Mott 5th h w Courtiand av Snyder John, tailor, e s Fulton av 1st h n Fifth Snyder Robert, tailor, w s R R av 6th h s Eighth Snowden Eliza, wid., w s Fulton av 4th h s Eighth

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S. S., e s Wash'n av 1st h s Seventh Sonig Jacob, lbr., n s Melrose 1st h w Wash'n av Sorgs John, mason, s s Springfield 1st h e Gourtland av Speaker Jacob, lbr., w s Second 1st hn Wash'n av Sponsel Andrew, hardware, e s 3d av 6th h s Fifth av 2d h s Eighth Spratley Henry, clerk, e s R Spratley Mrs. Ann, e s R R av 2d h s Eighth Sproll Seaman, brewer, n s Seventh 4th h e 3d av Sprague Valentine, n s Second 3d h w Wash'n av Spaeth John, music teacher, w s Wash'n av 4th h n Second Speck Adolph, music teacher, w s Wash'n av 3d h s Second Sperry Rudolph, lbr., n s Carr opp Benson av Spilker Mrs. F., wid., s s 145th Gth h w Mill Brook Spindle Charles, shoe mkr, s s 144th 1st h w Willis av Spillner George, shoe mkr, w s 3d av 3d h n Garden Spaugenberg F., Walton av 1st h s Grove Spiehler Tony, saloon, w s 3d av 1st h s Lowell, r s s Lowell 1st h w 3d av Spaulding Emma, wid., w s 3d av Gth h s Mott Sparrow William T., carpenter, n s Springfield 7th h w 3d av Spath Jacob, mason, s s Springfield 1st h e Courtland av Spangberg Jacob, lbr., e s 3d av 5th h s Grove h s Schuyler Spitz Richard, gunsmith, w s Wash'n av 1st Strickler Henry, stone cutter, n s 144th Gth h e 3d av h e AlexSterling Richard, weigher, N. Y., n s 140th 2d ander av 2d h e Alexander av Sterling Hannah, school, N. Y.,'n s 140th school, N. Y., n s 140th 2d h e AlexSterling Margaret, ander av Stacey J., s s 140th 4th h e Alexander av Willis av Stonebridge Charles, watchman, n s 139 th 1st h Stohl Joseph, carpenter, e s Willis av 3d h s 147th Streunne C. W., butcher, e s 3d av 2d h n 145th Still Stephen C. iron moulder, n s Cottage 3d h w College av Stumpf Bartholemew, n s Cottage 2d h e R R av Stevens James, Grove & Harlem River Stock ell Andrew, e s Macomb av 2d h s Main Steinsmark Wm., s w c 3d av & Sineeman Steele George, plumber & gasfitter, e s 3d av 5th h n 139th Stafford Frederick, physician, sec 140th & Alexander av .Stoul Henry H., broker, N. Y., e s Alexander av Gth h s 140th Stout Charles H., clerk, N. Y., e s Alexander av Gth h s 140th Stevenson Wm. N., s s Willow pi 1st h w 3d av Stradinger John, butcher, w s 3d av Gth h s Mott •Staff Karl, piano mkr, w s 3d av Gth h s Mott

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Stahl Caroline, la urn lies;-, n s Mary *th Ji av Wash'n nv Stahl Philip, clergyman, s s Springfield 1th h \v 3d av Stolat Hans, piano mkr, n s Mary Kth h w AVasn n av Steineckert Adam, piano m1<r. e s Courtland av 1st h s Melrose Stockdale John, earponter, s s .Springfield 2d h !B Courtland av Start/ ('hristupli, piano mkr, s s Springfield 1st k e Morris av Strues John, carpenter, N. V., n s Springfield 5th h e Morris av
av s Washington av 2d h s Mary Peter J., s s Melrose 5th h e Gourtland av Stressinger Stalanburg Philip, n s Mary 3d h av AVash.n av Straub Anton, shoe mkr. n s Mary 2d h e Gourtland av Struck man John, grocer, s av c Melrose & Courtland av Stuhlman John, butcher, av s Courtland av 1st h s Marv Strack Henry, butcher, av s Courtland av 1st hs Mary Streckfus Caroline, wid., a s Springfield Sth h e Courtland av Stroh John, locksmith, s s Elton 9th h av 8d av Staub John, carpenter, n s Elton Sth h av 3d av Strep John, tailor, s s Elton 3d h e Courtland av Stadmiller HenrVi gardener, n s Schuyler 1st h av Morris av Staatzberc August, carpenter, n s Schuyler 1st h e Morris av StelilcAv Ignat/, jeweler, N; Y.. s s Elton 8th h e Morris av Stone John, stone cutter, s s Denman 5th h av Courtland aA STOLZ bRANCIS, tinsmith, e s 3d av 1st h n Rose Streid Alois, lbr., e s ;>d av 2d h n Rose Mockcrl Frank, grocer, n s Mott 2d h av 3d av Steurer David, cigar mfr, n s Mott od h av 3d av Sturm Quiriun, brass iinisher, n s Mott 2d h e Morris av Steinbach .1. W., stone cutter, av s Wash'n av 2d h s AVaverh Stark Madison, brush mkr, X. V,, av s Wash n av 2d h ^

Anus Episcopal Church, w s St. Ann's av 2d h n 13#tk Mary's Episcopal Church, s s Garden 1st h w 3d av Stoinert John, carpenter, n s Elton 5th li w ->d av Steinerl Adam, barber, w s Courtland av 1st hn Milton Stumpf Henry, mason, s s Melrose 4th h w Wash'n av Stumpf 'aspar, tailor, n a Elton 6th h w 3d ay Stumpf Joseph, mason, av s 3d av 8d h n Elton
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John C, carpenter,

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Stark Christian, baker, e a 3d av kh h n Rose Stark John, wagons, a s Benson 2d h w 3d av Starke '»Spar, harness, e s 3d av 5th h s Westchester rd Stewart Isaac, waiter, X. Y., s s Milton 2d h e Courtland av Steincrt Killian, carpenter, w a ( 'ourtland av 1st h n Milton Stein Philip, brass finisher, w s Wash'n av 1st h 8 Prospect Stephen Adam, saloon, av b Wash'n av 2d h i Prospect
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SEVENTH STREET AND WASHINGTON AVENUE,
HIORRISANIA, New York.
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STILLMAN JAMES, EDITOR & PUBLISHER WESTCHESTER COUNTY JOURNAL, n w c Wash'n av £
Fifth
Stocking-er

Stokem Oliver, carpenter, nee Wash'n av & Milton Stacey Frederick, gardener, n s Waverly 6th h w Wash'n av Sternicker George, gilder, N. Y., n e c Findlay & Courtland av Steed Joseph, w s Wash'n av 2d h n Sixth Stillman Edward, printer, r n s Sixth 1st h av Wash'n av

Stedman J. M., iron founder, s s Prospect 1st h w Wash'n ar Sticker t Henry, lbr., n s Melrose 4th h e Courtland av Sternecker Fred., carpenter, Findhy & Courtland ar Stokeni Elisha, police, N. Y., n e c Wash'n av & Milton

nee

Andrew, dairy, e s Wash'n av 4th h n Second Sturges Ohas. AV., painter, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 3d _h n Seventh Stroh John, saloon, n w c Wash'n av & Second Start Mrs. Henrietta, s s Second 1st h e R R av Strangl Joseph, cabinet mkr, w s Wash'n av 4th h s Third Stucke Louisa, washerwoman, n s 3d av 7th h s Fifth Stoughton Charles, tea broker, N. Y., nee Boston rd & Wall Stone Win., stevedore, N. Y'., e s Forest av 3d h n Strong Stoker Richard, hide 6: Tallow, s av c Wash'n & R R avs r s s First pi 1st h e Boston rd Stimhauser Henry, brewer, n s Eighth 1st h e 3d av Steambcrg Henry, saloon, w s 3d av 3d li n Eighth Still Robt., e s 3d av 2d h s Eighth Straus B., machinist, e s 3d av 4th h s Eighth Stewart John, sash & blinds, r e s Franklin av 2d h n Seventh Stewart & Blanvelt, sash & blinds, n s Sixth nr Wash'n' av Stewart Mrs. Mary, w s Wash'n av 5th h n Second Stewart T., merchant, N. Y., s w c Walnut av & Juliet Stroud Henrv. merchant, N. Y., e s Franklin av 4th h s Seventh Stauss Edward, brewer, n s Fifth nr 3d av, r \v s 3d av -"d h s Sixth Stauss Gabriel, brewerv, n s Fifth 2d h w 3d av Steinmetz Valentine, grocer, e s 3d av 1st h s Spring pi Stucke Herman, w s 3d av 1st h s Sixth Stab Adam, crockery, e s Terrace pi 2d h n Wr Railroad Stack Lewis, moulder, w s Rob bins av 5th h n Wr Railroad SUTTON THOMAS E., printer, s w c 3d av & Waverly, r n s Wall 1st h e Boston rd Sutton Charles J., saloon, e s 3d av 2d h n S. Boulevard Sutton Andrew J., gold beater, s s Edsell 1st h w 3d av Sullivan Thos., horseshoer, w s 3d av 4th h n Fifth

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av 1st h s Eighth Sullivan Joseph, w s Sullivan Eugene, lbr., n s Wr. Railroad 2d li e Robbins av Sullivan John, teamster, N. Y., n s Mary 4th h e Courtland av av 1st h n Elton Sullivan Charles, boarding house, e s Morris av Sullivan James, lbr., s s Governeur 2d h Sullivan Matthew, lbr., e s Morris av l6t h 8 Benson Sutter Frederick, tailor, e s 3d av 6th h n 14b'th Suseman George, varnisher, e s Courtland av 1st h n Mary

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lbr.,

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Robert, shoemkr, n s Benson 1st h w Courtland av av 3d h s Wasn'n av Svatosch Joseph, cigar mkr, w s Swift J. B., ship carpenter, N. Y., n s 140th 3d h e 3d av Swack John, teamster, s s 145th 1st h w Clifton av Swaitz Henry, barber, e s 3d av 5th h s 136th Swann Mrs. Charlotte, dressmkr, n w c 3d av & Union pi Swift William, e s 3d av 4th h n 146th

Schuyler 6th h

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Boston rd 4th h s Seventh Tappan Frank D., Francis, lawyer, N. Y., w s Boston rd 4th h s Seventh Tappan Taylor James 0., collector, e s 3d av opp Third Taylor William, drygoods, !N. Y., n s Prospect 3d h w Courts

dentist, w

land av av Taylor James R. C. H., broker, s s Cottage 1st h e Taylor E. F., actor, s s 138th 1st h w Home av Taylor Isaac C, grocer, s s Schuyler 4th h e Morris av av opp Sixth Tacinette Francisco, butcher, N. Y., w s R Tallon James, saloon, w s Robbins av 1st h s Wr Railroad Boston rd Teasdale Geo. R., hat block mfr, N. Y., d

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s Forest av 4th h n New Terhune David, carpenter, w s Wash'n av 3d h n Sixth Tekwerk Joseph, cigarmkr, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Second Texdor Joseph, shoemkr, nee Seventh & Wash'n av Teller Richard II., n s William 3d h e Morris pi Teadore Stephen, grocer, e s Robbins av 4th h n Uncas Teitch Alexander, carpenter, s s 145th 2d h w Clifton av Tenbrook Rensalaer, agent, s s 136th 1st h e Alexander av Teator Nicholas, crockery, e s 3d av 6th h n 147th Terhune James, lbr., s w c 3d av & Edsell Tenny Mary, wid., s s Elton 1st h w Morris av Thomas James, porter, N. Y., s s Mary 4th h w Wash'n av

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Thomas Mrs. Margaret, esRR av 4th h n Seventh Thomas Ferdinand, liquors, w s Courtland av 4th h s William Thomas John, w s 3d av 3d h n Main
Thorburn

Wm. M., ins., w s Forest av 1st h s George Thiel Bernard, blacksmith, N. Y., n s Eighth 2d h tage pi Thiel Nicholas, mer. tailor, e s 3d av 2d h s 147th
boiler
boiler

w

Cot-

Thompson Hugh,
land av

mkr, N. Y., n
mkr, N. Y., n

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CourtCourt-

Thompson James,
land av

s

w

Thompson Henry, porter, N. Y., n s Milton 1st h n 3d av Thompson Geo., lbr., w s R R ap opp Sixth Thompson N. B., drugs, sec Westchester rd & Retreat av Thompson Jonathan, sec Westchester rd & Retreat av Thompson Fred., painter, e s av C 4th h s Cliff Thompson John, coachman, e s Walton av 2d h s Ella Thompson Rufus J., bridge builder, n s Cottage 12th h w Coliron moulder, n s Henrick 1st h w 3d av Theis Michael, lbr., e s Benson av 4th h n Westchester rd Thornhill Samuel, stair builder, s s 143d 4th h e 3d av Thurber George W., engraver, N. Y., n s 135th 1st h e Alexander av Thistleton Henry, carpenter, N. Y., nee 139th & 3d av

lege av

Thompson John,

TIMPSON THOMAS W., SUPERINTENDENT NATIONAL NEWS COMPANY, N. Y., w s Franklin av 3d h n
Seventh

A., bookkeeper, N. Y., e s 3d av 1st h n Third Tibbs Miss Charlotte, dressmkr, e s 3d av 7th h s Eighth Timber John, shoemkr, n s Seventh 2d h e 3d av Tierney Patrick, liquors, w s Courtland av 5th h n Union Tierney John, mason, n s Elton 6th h w Courtland av Tice John, driver, e s Benson av 1st h n Westchester rd Tiemeyer John H., grocer, s w c 3d av & Garden Tinker Julian, carriage lamps, N. Y., e s 3d av 5th h n 146th. Tinken Richard, clerk, N. Y., w s 3d av 1st h s Edsell Tier James, butcher, s w c 3d av & Van Stoll Tinims Benjamin J., e s Wash'n av 3d h s Melrose Tien Martin, shoemkr, s s Schuyler 5th h w Courtland av Timinons Paul, mason, s s Schuyler 2d h av Morris av Towart Mrs. Margaret, e s R R av 1st h n Seventh Toman Frank, tailor, s s William 4th h w Wash'n av Townsend Francis, hostler, w s Courtland av 1st h s Findlay Townsend Jas. F., carpenter, n s, Eighth 4th h w Wash'n av

Timpson Jared

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Townsend Adeline, dressinkr, w 8 College av 1st h n Concord Townsend John, iron moulder, n s 144th 9th h e Willis av Townsend Egbert, builder, n s 14i!d 2d, h e 3d av Townsend Sarah, laundress, s s Melrose Bd h-w Wash'n a v Toop Julius, eabinetmkr, N. Y., n s Second 3d h e Wash'n av Tompkins Warren P., lumber, N. Y., n s lortth M\\ *h vf
Willis av

Tompkins David,

iron moulder,

n

s

Cottage 11th h
li

w

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lege av Tompkins Nicholas, shoes,

w

s

Todd H.

B., ice,

w

s

Macomb
Morris

3d av 1st av 1st li n

s

Milton
Stoll

Van

Tobin John,

lbr., l'ort

Tonner Nicholas, baker, sec Elton & Courtland av Tonner John, tailor, e s Courtland av 1st h s Elton Tomo AntoD, tailor, n s Governeur 3d li e Courtland av Tooubet John, carpenter, w s 8d av 6th h s Milton Tourney Bridget, wid., w s 3d av I3th h s Milton Tomlinson Rosanna, v.'id., s s Governeur 4th h e Morris av Trainer Owen, lbr., w s Forest av '2d h n StrongTrainer James, conductor, e s 3d av 4th h s Eighth Courtland av Traynor John, painter, n w c Benson Traynor Joseph, mason, s s Benson 5th h w Courtland av Tracy Mrs. Anna, drossmkr, n s Jefferson 1st h w Boston rd Travis Mrs. Anna M., seamstress, w s 3d av 3d li s Sixth Travis David Y., carpenter, n s Gerard 3d h e Retreat av Trott Philip, e s R R av 1st n Seventh Triller Henry, carpenter, n s Milton ->d h w Wash'n av Trod Fritz, carpenter, s s Melrose 1st h e Courtland av
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Ben]. P., lbr., s s Third 3d li e R R av Tiice Isadore, earriagemkr, s s Elton 1st h w 3d av Tiinner John, cigar mir, e s 3d av '2d li n Grdve

Tmston

tailor, e s 3d. av 3d h s Rose Truckenbrodt 'aspei*, gardener, w s R R av od h s Seventh Truckenbrodt Henry, gardener, n e c Wash'n' av & Second Trowbridge Wm. ('., coal. X. Y., s s 135th 5th h e Alexander av s s 135th ~>th h e Alexjr.. clerk, N. \\. Trowbridge VYm. ander av Turner John, carpenter, w s Boston rd opp Wall Turner Henry, organ mkr, N. Y.. e s Terrace pi -d h n

Trockel Joseph,
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Waverly Turner Wni., real estate, n e c Wash'n av & Eighth Turner Martin J., mer., N. Y\, n ec Wash'n av & Eighth Turner Peter, moulder, e s Robbing av 3d h n Tineas Turner William, teamster. \v s 8d av 1st h n Elton

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Turner Fred'k, grocer, w s 3d av 2d h s Willow pi, r n 8 145th 2d h e 3d av Turner Malcolm, banker, N. Y., s w c Macomb av & Grove Turner Mary, wid., s w c Macomb av & Grove r Turney A. M., teller, N. Y M e s R R av 2d n Seventh Turney William, stereotyper, N. Y., s s Waverly 1st h e Terrace pi

Turney Hugh,

hostler,

w s Wash'n

av 3d

li s

Third

Tuttle Albert F., gardener, s s New 2d h w Union av Turpin Nelson (Rev.,) n s Milton 2d h e Terrace pi Tucker Henry, coachman, w s Courtland av 1st h s Findlay Tucker John, paper boxes, n s Schuyler 3d h w Courtland av Tuomey Edward, liquors, n s Westchester rd 3d h e Retreat av Tushy Thomas, lbr., sec Denman & Moms av
Michael, n s Edsell 8th h w 3d av Twing Alvi J., (Rev.,) n w c Seventh & Franklin av Twiggs Cornelius L., engineer, n s Prospect 6th h w Wash'n av Tyrrell George, grocer, n s Edsell 5th h w 3d av

Tuttle Josiah, gardener, e s Tuttle Joseph J., carman, e

R R av 7th h n Seventh s R R av 7th h n Seventh

TURLEY DAVID,

liquors,

n

w

c

3d av & Garden

Tuomy

Thomas, lbr., w s Courtland av 1st h n Findlay F., n s Concord 3d h w College av Tyrnan Edward, lbr., e s Forest av 2d h n Strong
Tyrrell

Tyre R.

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Ubelher John, tailor, n 8 William 3d h w Wash'n av Ubel Conrad, tailor, n s Waverly 2d h w Courtland av Ubley Adam, carver, n s First 1st h e Wash'n av Ubley Michael, carver, n s First 1st h e Wash'n av Udet August, drugs, w s 3d av 1st h s Main Uffelmann Richard, clerk, s s Fifth 1st h w 3d av Uhl John, clerk, N. Y., e s 3d av 6th h s 136th Uhls Frederick, saloon, nee Henry <& 3d av Underwood Win. J., blacksmith, s s Union 4th h w Wash'n av Underwood William, machinist, n s Union 7th h e Courtland av Ungeboch Jacob, butcher, w s Wash'n av 3d h n Second Underhill Abram. C, s s Catharine 1st h e Morris pi Underhill Daniel O., clerk, s s Catharine 1st h e Morris pi Upson Lucas, framemkr, s s 140th 1st hw Willis av Utter John, gardener, e s Robbins av 4th h s Lexington Ursuline Convent, n s Westchester rd nr Carr av Ursradt George, milk, 8 8 Schuyler 3d h w Wash'n av Urstadt Peter, ahoemkr, s » Schuyler 4th h w Wash'n av

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Urstadt Ilenry, blacksmith, n s Elton 3d h w 3d av Urstadt Oeorgd, milk, e 8 3d av 1st h 8 Grove Usbeck John M., machinist, n s Mary 5tb h e Courtland av Usher James, pianomkr, n sDenman 3d h w 3d av r TTttemach Henry, tailor, s 8 Elton >th h w 3d av
.

Van Horn John, base

ball mfr,

w

s

Van Horn George, w s Boston rd opp Wall Van Horn Thomas, w s Boston opp Wall

Boston rd opp Wall

Vanfleet Henry, printer, N. Y., e s Villa pi 2d h n George Van Cott Charlotte A., wid., n s Sixth 1st h e Fulton av Van Tine Samuel, collector, N. Y\, s s Sixth 1st h w Franklin av Valentine Daniel 1)., bookkeeper, N. Y., w s Clinton 2d h n
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Seventh

Andrew J., soda water, s s Third 1st h w 3d av Vandervoort Eichard, mason, s s Sixth 4th h e Boston rd Vanderlip Geo. M., merchant, N. Y., e s Grove av opp First Valois Edward, lithographer, s 8 Waverly 1st h w Courtland av Vagts John N., clerk, s w c Waverly & Courtland av Van Schaik Dominick L., pianos, s s Melrose 3d h w Courtland av Valor Wm., lbr., s s Third 3d h w Wash'n av Vaughen Win., liquors, n s Westehester rd 2d h e Retreat av Van Arden J. II., coal, N. Y., a s Seventh 1st h w Wash'n av Vance Thomas, gardener, s s Fifth 4th h w 3d av Vance Susan, dress mkr, n s Springfield 9th h w 3d av Vandassan Valentine, upholsterer, n s Third 1st h e R R av Vankersen Edward K., carriage mfr, w s Wash'n av 1st h n
\ alentine
r

Fifth

Vanderest Geo. W., merchant, N. Y., n
Ella
V'allender Charles, n s William Brunt 1*. H., contractor, n
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Butternut av

1st

h

s

Van Van Van Van Van Van

3d h e Morris pi 143d Gth h w Willis av Cleef Margaret, n s 144th 2d h e 3d av Doren 'harles A., lawyer, n w c Willow pi & 3d av Riper Charles, hardware, w s 3d av 2d h n Main Riper J. P., w s 3d av 2d h n Main Felt A. 11., broker, N. Y., n s 134th 2d h w Willis av Vandewater 'liarles, diver, Port Morris Vanderbeck David, hotel, e s Macomb av 1st h w It II av Vanzandt Mary, fancy goods, e s 3d av 2d h n 140th Vanzandt Henry, confectionery, e s 3d av 3d h n J 40th Vasquez Ernst, cook, e s Kobbins av 5th h s Lexington
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Varian Charles, teamster, n s Main 5th h e R R av Vaupel Frank, varnisher, n s Springfield 1st h w Courtland av Vant Charles, cabinet mkrr s B Elton 6th h w 3d av Vakay George, carpenter, n s Elton 4th h w Courtland av Valine Andreas, shoemkr, e s Morris av 1st h s Governeur Vanduza James, peddler, n w c Mott & 3d av Verlander Philip W., w s Franklin av 1st h n Fifth Vester Charles, lbr., w s 3d av 2d h n Seventh Vetter John, carpenter, n s Milton lath w Courtland av Vetter Frank, blacksmith, s s Denman 1st h w Courtland av Venvill Wm., lawyer, N. Y., n w c Ella & Walnut av Veitch Richard, clerk, N. Y n s 143d 3dh w Willis av Verplanck Louisa, s s 137th 1st h w S. Boulevard
,

Vett John, engineer,

sec

Springfield

& Courtland av

Veth John, saloon, n s Schuyler 6th h e Courtland av Veth Jacob, saloon, n s Elton 4th h w 3d av Vine Joseph, furs, n s Governeur 2d h e Morris av Vollbracht Robert, bookkeeper, N. Y., n # e Cliff & Forest av Von Minden Reinhard, musical insts, N. Y., s s Waverly 6th h

w Wash'n av Volkommer Peter, feed, s s Prospect 1st h e Courtland av Volkommer Peter, store, sec Courtland av & Prospect Vogn Jacob, carriage factor}-, n s Westchester rd 5th h e Retreat av

Von Gerichten &
s 147th,

3d av nrMott Von Gerichten Michael, e s 3d av 6th h s Henry Voss Henry, painter, s w c Springfield & Courtland av Vogler George, tailor, s s Elton 3d h e Morris av Vossing Clementina, wid., s w c Denman & 3d av Vreeland Charles W., grocer, w s 3d av 7th h s Eighth Vreeland H., clerk, nee Franklin av & Sixth
s

mfv w

Stark, carriage repository,

#

s

Willis av 2d

h

Wakeling Joseph, florist, w s Union av bet Wall & Strong Wakeling Joseph W., florist, w s Union av bet Wall & Strong Wall John, lbr., w s Union av 1st h a Strong Waddingham Geo., mason, s s Wall bet Union & Forest avs Watson & Turner, real estate, w s 3d av 2d h n R R av Watson Charles, tailor, n w c 3d av & Union pi Watson David, saloon, n w c Clifton av & 144th Watson Charles H., auctioneer & real estate broker, s s William 2d h e Morris pi Walsh James, lbr., s s Benson 1st h e Morris av

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peddler, e s 3d av 4th
s

Walsh Lawrence,

Cottage pi 1st h n Eighth w s Cottage pi lsth n. Eighth Y., w s 3d av 1st h n First Wait Joseph, printer, s s Prospect 2d h w Wash'n av Wagner Joseph, turner, s s Melrose lid h w Courtlancl av R av Wagner Daniel, baker, n s Cottage 2d h e Wagner Mrs., dress mkr, e s 3d av 1st h s 144th Wagner John, baker, w s Courtland av 3d h s Springfield Wagner John, cooper, w s 3d av 1 st li s Third Wagner Ignatz, cabinet mkr, s s Findlay 5th h w Wash'n av Wancick Kinsel, cigar mkr, w s 3d av opp spring pi Ware Mr., n s Sixth 1st h e Franklin av Warren Wm., miner, n s William 1st h w Wash'n av Wachter Christian, carpenter, n s Findlay 1st h w Wash'n av Wakerler Margaret, seamstress, n w c Milton & Wash'n av Wangelein Charles, cabinet mkr, n s Milton 2d li w Wash'n av Waldron Jacob, lbr., e s Terrace pi 1st h n Melrose Walther John, n s Second 2d h e R R av Warner Edward, shoemkr, s s Third 2d h e Wash'n av Walkenshaw John, merchant, N. Y., n w c Ella & Morris pi Watenberry W., carriage mkr, e s av A 4th h s Cliff Waters James, n w c 138th & Alexander av Waters William, grocer, s s 140th 3d h w Willis av Waters John, surveyor, s s 140th 3d h w Willis av Ward Henry, glass cutter, N. Y., e s Terrace pi 1st h s William Railroad Ward Benp, coachman, w s Robbins av 3d h n av Sd h s Van Stoll Ward Caleb, Ward Louis, nurse, N. Y., n s Melrose 2d h w Wash'n av Ward Julia, dress -nikr, n s Elton 3d h w Morris av Ward Horace, hotel, R av 3d h s Van Stoll Ward Andrew, lbr., s s Benson 2d h w Morris av Ward Patrick, blacksmith, s s Benson 2d h w Morris av Wardell James, R R av 3d h s Van Stoll Warner John, shoe mkr, g s Edsell 1st h w 3d av Walker Mary A., grocer, w s 3d av 4th h n Edsell Walker John, painter, w s 3d av 2d h s Van Stoll Warrimont Frank, e s Retreat av bet 147th & Henry Wall Samuel, lumber, N. Y\, e s Alexander av 3d h n 13°/th Wall T. S., architect, e s S. Boulevard opp Grove Walter Philip, tailor, n s Benson 3d h w 3d av Walter Louis, lbr., s s Springiield 4th h w 3d av Walter Charles, hniHher, s s 143d 3d h e 3d av Walton Hiram, waiter, N. Y\, w s Wash'n av 1st h n Spring-

Waterson Arthur, collector, w Waterson Mary A., dressmkr, Wait Edgar F., merchant, N..

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Walter Louis, gardener, s s Prospect 4th li w Wash'n av av 2d h n Schuyler Wallace Frank, painter, Wallace John, painter, e s II R av 1st h n Schuyler Wallace Peter J., bookkeeper, N. Y., es II R av 1st h n

esRR

Wallace John, lbr., s s- Denman 11th h w Courtland av Wallace William, clerk, N. Y., n s 141st 3d h e Alexander av Wallace Thomas, postmaster, s w c 141st & Willis av AVallace John IL, moulder, s s Melrose 3d h w Wash'n av Wallace Michael, machinist, n s Mott 1st h w College av Wahl George, carpet weaver, e s 3d av 2d h s Rose Weintz Conrad, carpenter, n s Mary 2d h w Wash'n av Werner Stephana, laundress, n s Springfield 6th h w 3d av Weinheimer Louis, tailor, n s Springfield 5th h e Morris av Weitz Anton, shoemkr, nee Schuyler & Courtland av Wetz Charles, machinist, s s Schuyler 8th h e Courtland av Weibert Charles, sash & blinds, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Mary Wenner Charles, carpenter n s Schuyler 4th h e Morris av Wetterer Anthony, ropemkr, s s Schuyler 7th h e Courtland av Werner Caspar, shoemkr, n w c Waverly & 3d av Wells James, e s 3d av 3d h s Milton Wells Jacob, w s 3d av 2d h e William Wells John L., publisher, N. Y., w 8 Boston rd 1st h s Seventh Wells Emily A., w s Boston rd 1st h s Seventh av Wells Peter, carpenter, N. Y., n s Main 3d Wells Walter, carpenter, N. Y., n s Melrose 3d h w Courtland av Werthman Fritz, lbr., w s 3d av 1st h s Elton Weitzel John, grocer, s w c Governeur & 3d av Weitzel Henry, lbr., s w c Governeur & 3d av Wein Charles, tailor, w s 3d av '2d h n Mott Weisbrod Frederick, carpenter, n s Mott 7th h w Courtland av Weis Martin, tailor, n s Melrose 7th h e Courtland av Weis John, tailor, n s Melrose 8th h e Courtland av Weiss John, dairy, e s 11 II av 2d h n Fifth Weise John, confectioner, N. Y.,ns 144th 5th h e Willis av Weise George, carpenter, w s Retreat av 2d h s Henry WESTCHESTER TIMES, D. B. FRISBEE, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, s s Fifth nr R R av WESTCHESTER DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG, n s Milton nr Courtland av WESTCHESTER COUNTY JOURNAL, James StiUman, editor and publisher, n s Fifth nr Wash'n av Wenz Charles, shoemkr, n 8 New 2d h e Forest av T eed Augustus G., broker, N. Y., w s Villa pi 1st h n George

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Weber John, carpenter, nee Forest av & New Wober John, tailor, e a 3d av 2d h s Eighth Weber George, brewer, e s 3d av 2d h s Sixth Weber Jacob, tailor, w 8 3d av 2d h s Fourth Weber Peter, baker, N. Y., e s 3d av 2d h s Spring: pi Weber Louis, blacksmith, w s Fulton av 6th h s Eighth Weber George, shoemkr, e s Concord av 2d h s Lexington Weber Philip, saloon, e s 3d av 5th h s Grove
Weikert Michael, gardener, e s 3d av 5th h s Fifth Weireter John, liquors, n w c 3d av & Fifth Westennan Henry, blacksmith, w s 3d av 6th h s Fifth Weinan Charles, lbr., w s Franklin av 1st h n Seventh Wellig Frank, mason, s s William 2d h e Courtland av Welsh Thomas, lbr., n s Teller pi 2d h w Courtland av Welsh Horatio C, brush mfr, s s Sixth 1st h e Boston rdl Welsh James, lbr., esRBavlsthn Elton Welch James H., revenue, N. Y., n e c 3d av & First pi Wentzler Louis, grocer, s s Milton 2d h w Wash'n av Wengler Andreas, mason, s s Milton 5th h w Wash'n av Weiner Joseph, tailor, w s Wash'n av 2d h n Melrose Weyman Charles, painter, s s Melrose 2d h w Courtland av Weyand P., blacksmith, e s 3d av 5th h s Sixth Webber Fred., butcher, sec Wash'n av & Fifth Weiler Jacob, brewer, s s Sixth 1st h w 3d av Weiss Chas. J., jeweller, e s Wash'n av 3d h n Second Wessell Fred., lbr., s s Third 3d h w Wash'n av Webster Wm., inventor, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Fourth Webster Joseph M., clerk, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 1st hs Fourth Webster Stephen, mer., N. Y., e s Grove opp Second pi Webb Titus, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Fourth Westervelt Benj., carriage trimmer, e s Wash'n av 2d h s Fifth Werthof Mr., tailor, e s Bobbins av 1st h n TJncas Weberg Theodore, e s Benson av 3d h n Westchester rd Wentling George, gardener, w s Butternut av 4th h s Ella Westerfield Wm. (Rev.,) e s Grove av 2d h n Cliff' Weaton George, n s 1 42d 3d h e 3d av Weeks George S., musician, n s 140th 1st h w Willis av Weeks Helen, wid., s s 141st 1st h w Willis av Weeks Dewitt ( builder, e s Walton av 5th h s Ella Weeks Frank M., e s Walton av 5th h s Ella Weeks Charles A., painter, e s 3d av opp Third Weekly Marv, wid., milliner, s w c Courtland av & Third! Weldon John, lbr., n w c Willis av & 144th Weldon John, gardener, w s Macomb av 1st h n GroveWest Caroline dry goods, w s 3d av 1st h n 145th.
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Weirst Karl, lbr., s w c 3d av & Smeenian Weisheimer John, lbr., w s 3d av 2d h n Henrick Whitty Anna, wid., w s Fulton av 4th h s Eighth Whittey Joseph, stair builder, n s William 4th h w Wash'n av Whitting Charles, tinsmith, s s Third 2d h w Wash'n av Whiting Mary, e s Walton av 2d h s Ella White Charles W., lumber, N. Y., e s Boston rd 2d h n Sixth White Joseph, engr., N. Y., e s Forest av 1st h s Strong White Win. P., vender, w s Forest av 2d h s Wall White John, grocer, w s 3d av 3d h s Third White Edward L., w s 3d av 3d h s Third White James, iron finisher, n s Union 5th h av AYash'n av White Charles F., feed, s w c Union & Wash'n av White Geo., whitewasher, N. Y'., n s Waverly 7th h w Wash'n av White James C. W., harness, n s Prospect 7th h w Wash'n av White Charles H., carpenter, n s Prospect 7th h w Wash'n av

White Thomas W., harness, n s Prospect 7th h w Wash'n av White Charles, carpenter, w s Forest av 3d h* s Cliff White Mrs., wid., e s av A 5th h s Cliff White Alexander, machinist, n s 144th 3d h e Willis av White George, piano stools, n s 144th 3d h e Willis av White Randolph, piano mkr, N. Y\, s s Mary 5th h w Courtland av

Whealen James, plumber, n w c William & Courtland av Whealen Charles, plumber, n w c William & Courtland av Whealen J. & Bro., plumbers, n w c William & Courtland av Whealen Patrick, lbr., e s Robbins av 4th h n Uncas Wheat Wm. J., painter, w s Courtland av 1st h n Waverly

Whitman

s College av 1st h s Garden Jacob, moulder, s s Denman 8th h w Courtland av Wheeler John, teamster, N. Y., w s Courtland av 1st h s Bonson Wilhelm Nicholas, mason, s s Mary 5th h e Courtland av

Whitcouski Julius, e

Wilcox Henry C, sewing machines, N. h e Morris av

Y.,

n

s

Springfield 1st

h s Springfield Taugott, grocer, w s Courtland av 1st Willis Samuel, whitewasher. n s Schuyler, 9th h w 3d av av opp Seventh Willis John H., painter, w s It Winder Philip, machinist, n s Schuyler 9th h e Courtland av

Wiegand

R

Witt August, pianomkr., n s Schuyler 4th h e Courtland av Wilz Frank, tailor, s s Elton 4th h w 3d av Wismarth Michael, driver, s s Elton 2d h e Courtland av Williams Edward M., bookkeeper, N. Y., e s Yilla pi 1st h n George

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MORRISAN1A DIRECTORY:

Williams Lemuel J., trav. agent, n s Schuyler lsth w Courtland av Williams Josephine, Mid., laundress, s w o Schuyfor & Courtland av Williams Charles, porter, Sv s Wash'n av 2d h n Schuyler Williams Henry, liquor, w s Boston rd opp Union av Williams Benj., driver, av 1st h s Second Williams John, lbr., w s Courtland av 1st h n Union Williams Cornelius, carpenter, e s Wash'n av 3d h n Eighth Williams Jas. H., porter, N. Y., n s Third 2d h e R R av Williams James (Rev.,) n s 144th 1st h e Willis av Williams Frederick, bakery, w s 3d av 2d h n Bronx Williamson Smith, clerk, sec College av & Willow pi Williamson Hugh, tinsmith, e s Wash'n av 1st h s Melrose Winter John, tailor, h s Governeur 4th h w Vmrtland av Wiell John, lbr., w s 3d av 5th h s Milton Wllhelm John A., tailor, e s 3d av 4th h s Grove Wichner Conrad, lbr., n s Mott 4th h w 3d av Winigen Henry, carriage mkr, n s Mott 3d h w Morris av Wink Martin, shoemkr, e s Courtland av 1 st h n Mott T iley Joseph, grocer, W s Boston rd 1st h s Jefferson Wild James, g w c Boston rd & Seventh r ilsey Edward, paper hanger, e s Forest av 2d h s George Wilkenson George, clerk, w s 3d av 3d h s Sixth Wiswell Horatio, pianomkr, Brooklyn, n s Eighth 1st h w Cot-

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W W

Wilson Mrs. Anna, e s R R av 8th h n Seventh Wilson James, stone-cutter, e s Wash'n av 1st h s Melrose Wilson Gilbert, clerk, s s 142d 6th h w Willis av Wirth John, cigarmkr, w s 11 R av 3d h s Eighth Wilkins Theodore, upholsterer, N. Y., w s Fulton av Oth h n
Fifth

tage pi

Winkler Nicholas, shoemkr, s s William 1st h e Courtland av Wibben Henry, mason, n s Waverly 6th h e Courtland av Wiberly Thomas, mfr, e s E E av 3d h n Fourth av 3d h n Fourth Wiberly Thomas J., clerk, Windenmth George (Rev.,) e s Wash'n av 6th li s Milton Windish Frederick, lbr., n s WilUam 2d h e 'ourtland av Wicks Thomas, n s First 2d h w 3d av Wiltshaw Win., painter, s s Third 3d li w Wash'n av Wilt Wm. L., planer, sec Eighth & Wash'n av Witter Benj., brewer, w s av A 4th h s Cliff Winter Lewis, machinist, w s Tinton av 2d h n Wr Railroad Wiegand Jacob, gardener, n a Wr Railroad f»th h e Robbins av AViemes Joseph, lbr., e s St. AnnV av 4th h n Wr Railroad

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MORRRSANIA DIRECTORY.

10^

Wiesig George, butcher, e s Retreat av 4th h n Westchester rd Willow Stephen, tailor, s s 145th 1st e 3d av Wiegans Guv, milkman, s s 145th 1st h e Mill Brook Wiley John, lbr., s s 143d 6th h w Clifton av Wimpress Wm. jr., carpenter, s s 143d 7th h e 3d av Wimpress Harriet, dry goods, e s 3d av 4th h n 144th Wimpress William, shoemkr, e s College av 1st h s Garden Willard Geo. A., lumber, N. Y., s s 139th 3d h e Willis av Wightman Wm., clerk, N. Y'., av s 3d av 1st h s Willow pi Woods Joseph 1*. (Rev.,) nee Jefferson & Franklin av Wood John, mason, w s Boston rd opp Union av Woods James, umbrellas, N. Y., n w c Boston rd & Sixth Woods D. N., clerk, N. Y., n av c Boston rd & Sixth Woods William, clerk, N. Y\, n w c Boston rd & Sixth

Woodward Charles, brass founder, sec Wash'n av& Seventh Woodruff William, glass blower, w s 3d av 1st h ii 139th Woodruff Moses, carman, w s 3d av 4th h s Fifth Wolff John, shoe mkr, w s 3d av 4th h n Fifth Wollen Stephen, brewer, w s 3d av 7th h s Eighth Woehle Mrs., washerwoman, s s Third 3d h w Wash'n av Woelz Mrs. Catharine, grocery, s s Third 2d h av 3d av
Wolgemued
Michael, driver,
s s

Westchester rd nr Eagle

aA

r

Wolford George, carpenter, N. Y., s s 137th 2d h av 3d av Worthington James, n s Concord 5th h a\' College aA' Wodrup William S., porter, N. Y., e s 3d av 1st h s Milton Worster Frederick, baker, av s Courtland a a- 3d h s Benson s Wright Wm., II. carpenter, ii T Springfield 5th h e Morris av Wright Stephen J., builder. r\ Y., n s Springfield 7th h e
,
.

Morris av Wright Isaac E.. builder, N. Y., n s Springfield 8th h e Morris av Wright William, mason, av s 3d av 8th h s Milton Wright Green, contractor, s e c Westchester rd & Eagle av Wriglit Theodore A., mer., N. Y., w s Spring opp Helen Wright Philip, fish, s s Westchester rd 1st h e St. Ann's av Wriglit Simon, contractor, s s Milton 3d h e Courtland av Wright John J., oils, N. Y., n s 141st 1st h e Alexander av Wrede Andrewf, n s Wr Railroad 6th h e Robbins av Wragg Joseph, rope mkr, e s Wash'n ay 5th h n Second Wullerth Wm., cabinet mkr, s s Milton 1st h e Courtland av Wunderlich John, cigar mkr, s s First 5th h w 3d av Wurm August, cutter, s s Third .'2d h e R R av Wulf Mina, Avid., e s Robbins av 1st h n Wr Railroad Wulf Andrew, lbr., s s Schuyler 1st h av Wash'n av Wulf Hans C., saloon, av s 3d av 2d li s Milton

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mfr, n s Schuyler let

Wuensch August, paper box
land av

h

w

Court-

Wuschert Peter,

lbr.,

e s 3d av Cth
s

h

s

3d av 5th h n Eighth 4th h n Eighth Wylis George, butcher, N. Y., n e c 3d av & Seventh Wylie Samuel, engineer, w s 3d av 4th h n Mott

Wynne Lockland, liquors, w Wynne Andrew, lbr., w s 3d

Henry

Yard Henry,
Yates
J.,

lbr., s s

Governeur

1st

w

Courtland av
s

superintendent iron works, e
Stoll
s s s

Macomb av

1st

hn

Van

h w R R av w R R av Yeaty A<Jolph, iron moulder, n s 139th 4th h w 3d av Young John, blacksmith, n s Waverly 1st h w Wash'n

Yenney Joseph, peddler, Yenney John, peddler, s

First 8th First 8th h

av

Young James R., builder, e s Benson av2d h n Westchester rd Young A. C, merchant, N. Y., n s Irving pi 1st h w R R av Young Isabella, wid., s s 146th 2d h e Willis av Young Adam, gardener, s s Elton 3d h e Courtland av Young Christina, laundress, e s 3d av 8th h s Milton Young Joseph, bookkeeper, N. Y., n s Denman 4th hw Courtland av

Younger George, carpenter, w s 3d av 1st h n Bronx York John, undertaker, sec 145th & 3d av York William, saloon, w s 3d av 1st h n Bronx Yoecker Edward, saloon, e s Willis av 2d h s 146th

z
Zabinski Adolph, boots & shoes, e s 3d av 1st h n Fifth Zapp Matthew, cab mkr, n s Elton 3d h w Courtland av Zander Charles, tailor, s s Schuyler Cth h w Wash'n av Zeumer Francis, (Rev.,) s w c Springfield & Courtland av

Zeuschner George, physician, e s Courtland av 1st h n Elton Zeltner Henry, brewer, sec Eighth & 3d av Zeltner's Brewery, n s Eighth bet 3d oc Franklin avs Zelling Fred., grocer, s w c Franklin av & Seventh Zelling Elizabeth, seamstress, w s Franklin av 1st h s Seventh Zelling Henry, goldbeater, w s Franklin av 1st h s Seventh Zcissig Alex., door mfr, w s Forest av 1st h s Cliff Zell Henry, lbr., n s Mott 3d h w Courtland av Zell Henry, jr., lbr., n s Mott 3d h w Courtland av Ziechman Martin, tailor, s s Schuyler 8th h w Wash'n av

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.

Ill

Zilch Henry, shoe mkr, 11 a Mott 1st h e Morris av Zimnierniann Reinhard, saloon, w s 3d av 3d h n Henry Zimmermann Wm., cigars, w s 3d av 2d h s Westchester rd Zink John, shoe mkr, n s Governeur 4th h w 3d av Zink Godi'red, jr., stone cutter, s s Uncas 1st h e Tin ton av Zink Godi'red, stone cutter, s s Uncas 1st h e Tinton av Zink Thomas, grocer, n w c Governeur & Morris av Zink Ludwig, druggist, w s 3d av opp Spring pi Ziechler Martin, tailor, n s Prospect 3d h e Courtland av Ziegler & Bro., boots & shoes, e s 3d av 1st h s 144th Ziegler William 8., e s 3d av 1st h s 144th Ziegler George, ibr., s s Schuyler 5th h w Courtland av Zimmerman Bernard, varnisner, n s Milton 5th h e Courtland av Zimmerman John Q., cigars, s s Westchester rd 3d h e Retreat av Zimmerman Chas. H., cigar mkr, s s Westchester rd 3d h e Retreat av Zimmerman Charles, baker, w s Wash'n av 8th h n Second Zolinger Bernard, nnisner, s s Mott 7th h w College av Zorer Louis, painter, e s College av 2d h s Main Zorn Charles, grocer, s s Pro&pect 4th h e Courtland av Zum Buehl Chas., lancy goods, w s Courtiand av 1st h 8

Zurlowen Ferdinand, n s Springfield 11th h w 3d av Zurlowen Frederick, cigar ma*, u s Springfield 11th h w 3d av Zugner Joseph, painter, e s 3d av 5th h s Henry Zugner Lohrens, undertaker, e s 3d av 5th h s Henry Zugeher August, lbr., w s &i av 1st h n Denman Zwinge Xavier, saloon, s w c Westchester rd & Clifton av Zwickert Anthony, elioe mkr, sec Rose & 3d av Zwickert Anthony, jr., saloon, e s 3d av 4th h s Rose Zwmk John, nil!*, \v s R R av 4th h s Wash'n av

Springfield

HIGHBRiDGEVILLE DIRECTORY.

A
Anderson H. A., wid., w s Central av 3d h s Anderson av Anderson J. S., w s Central av 3d h s Anderson av Arcularius Geo. P., Jerome Park Hotel, junction Central Gerard avs

&

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R

Orchard nr Anderson av Bowie Peter, blacksmith, n w c Sedgwick av & Deybe Brien Michael, Undercliff Hotel, sec Sedgwick av & Depot pi Brady Thomas, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & J >evoe Brady Tames, lbr., n s Devoe 4th h w Highbridge av Broughton S.. Woodbine pottage, n w c Sedgwick av & Depot pJ Burke Washington, carpenter, e s Lind av oth h s Beach Burns Thomas, liquors, nee Beach & Highbridge av Baxter John,
11 >r.,

Byrne John, clerk, s s Beach 1st h w Highbridge av Byrne 1'., liquors, s w c Highbridge av & Union

G
Cabot Phillip J., carpenter, e s Central av opp Anderson av Casey John, lbr., h s Devoe 2d li w Highbridge ay Clark Win., drugs, av s Central av 1st h s Anderson av Classen Fred., gardener, e s Lind av 3d h s Beach Connors Martin, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Corsa Bros., feed, w s Sedgwick av nr Wolf Couse Isaac, Jerome Park carriage factory, s w c Central & Gerard avs Conrad & Geiger, hotel, Central Bridge
(

Craft

bartender, .Jerome Park & Gerard avs

Wm.,

Hotel, junction Central

D
D'Arcy Lawrence, lbr., s s Beach 1st h Daly Patrick, contractor, n s Devoe 2d Sedgwick av & Daly John, lbr.., u w Daley Kerns !>., merchant, N. Y., e s
<•
(

w Highbridge

ay

h av Highbridge av Devoe Highbridge av 1st h n

Vntral av

Dalev Valentine, merchant, N. V.. e s Highbridge av 1st h n 'entral av Davis Chas. W., bartender, Fleetwood Cottage Elotel, c Central & Anderson avs Darney Wm., lbr., e a Lind av *Jil li s Beach Dexheiiner Jacob, Humboldt House, Central av opp James Denny Daniel, merchant, N. V., e s Lind av 1st h s Beach Devlin John, lbr., u w c Sedgwick & Devoe Devoe Deuiing .lames, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av Dilger Frank, bartender, Central av c Sedgwick av
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HIGHBEIDGEVILLE DIEECTOEY.
Dimon

113

w c Sedgwick av & Devoe w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Donavan Thomas, lbr, n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Donnell Wm. M., clerk, w s Highbridge av 1st h n Devoe Donges Christian, carpenter, w s Highbridge av 8th h n Devoe
Donelly James, Dollen Patrick,
lbr.,
lbr.,

Charles, lbr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe Dillahid Patrick, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Divlin John, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Dolaa Patrick, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Dougherty Mrs., wid., w s Highb ridge av 2d h n Central av

n n

Drummond John

B., s e c

Dugan Edward,

lbr.,

n

w

c

Highbridge & 3d av Sedgwick av & Devoe

E
Elwes
C. F.,

w

s

Highbridge av

2dh n Devoe

Ealey Dennis, lbr., n s Devoe 2d h w Highbridge av Ferguson James, lbr., e s Highbridge av 1st h n Devoe Eitzpatrick Erancis, lbr., e s Highbridge av 4th h n Beack Eitzpatrick James, lbr., e s Highbridge av 3d h n Beach Eitzpatrick Patrick, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Eitzsimmons James, coachman, w s Central av 1st h s Anderson av Eletcher Samuel, grocer, n w c Beach & Highbridge av Flinn John., lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Elannery James, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe
Ct

Gaynor Peter, coachman, Highbridge av 1st h n Devoe Galagher Edward, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Galagher Michael, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Gillen Edward, lbr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe Gleason Michael, lbr., e s Highbridge av 1st h n Devoe Goebel Geo. S., ice dealer, e s Anderson av 2d h e 2d av Gorman Michael, lbr., n w c Devoe & Highbridge av Gray F., boarding-house, e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe
e s

H
Devoe 1st h w Highbridge ar Hartley William, bartender, Parker house, s w c Sedgwick av

Hart William, carpenter, n

s

& Wolf
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114

IIIGHBEIDGEVILLE DIRECTORY.

Hall John, lbr., w s Anderson av 1st h s 2d av Hall H. C, carpenter, w s Anderson av lsth s 2d av Hammond Robt, waiter, s w c Central & Gerard avs Hennessey John, carpenter, nee Beach & Highbridge av Hebdin R. Y., clerk, w s Highbridge av 1st h n Devoe Holmes James, hostler, sec Cromwell & 2d avs
I Ivins Joseph, hostler. Conrad's Hotel, Central Bridge

K
lbr., n w c Lind av 1st h n Devoe Karl John, Eamble Cottage, Highbridge Kemp John EL, mer., N. Y., w s Highbridge av 3d h n Central av Keating Thomas, lbr., e s Highbridge av opp Devoe Kelling John, lbr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe Kenney Patrick, lbr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe Kenny Michael, lbr., e s Lind av 1st h n Devoe Kehoe Charles, lbr., e s Lind. av 3d h n Devoe Ketchum Ronald A., builder, e s Beach 1st h e Sedgwick av Ketcham Edgar, jr., lawyer, w s Central av 2d h s Anderson av Kemp Aaron, mer., N. Y., w s Highbridge av 4th h n Central av Kealy John, lbr., n s Devoe 2d h w Highbridge av Kennedy Thomas, police, s w c Union & Lind av Kennedy Thomas, carpenter, nee Beach & Highbridge av Kern Wm., lbr., Highbridge av King Patrick, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Kogen John, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Kyle Matthew, Kyle's Cottage, Highbridge

Kafney Thomas,

Leary James, lbr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe Lynch John, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Lennon Michael, liquors, Highbridge 2d h n 4th av

M
Mahan Martin, lbr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe Mack John, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe
Maxwell Mrs.,
wid., e s

Highbridge av

1st

h n Beach

HIGHBRIDGEVILLE DIRECTORY.
Merritt John H., painter, N. Y.,

115

w s Highbridge av 3d li n Devoe Meier Edward, gardener, w s Lind av 1st h s Beach McCormick Bernard, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe McCormick Chris., lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe McCaffrey James, lbr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe McDonald James, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe McGrann Edward, lbr., w s Highbridge av 10th h n Devoe McGraw Alex., hostler, s w c Sedgwick av & Wolf McGinnis Win., lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe McGovern Hubert, lbr., e s Highbridge av 1st h n Devoe McLoughlin John, hostler, w s Central av 1st h s Clark McLonghlin Wm., hostler, w s Central av 1st h s Clark McLeod David, bnilder, N. Y., e s Highbridge av opp Devoe McNalletty John, lbr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe Mierisch, grocer, w s Highbridge av 9th h n Devoe Moore Richard, carpenter, n w c Highbridge av & Orchard Morrison Eugene C., engineer., w s Highbridge av 2d h n Devoe MOONEY JAMES J., PARKER HOUSE, s w c Sedgwick &
.

Wolf
Murray Welwood, importer, N.
Central av
lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Muller Marx, n s Devoe 2d h w Highbridge av Muller Gustave, shoemkr, sec Beach & Highbridge av Muller Robert, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Mulligan James, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Muran John, lbr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe Murphy Dennis, lbr., w s Lind av 1st h n Devoe Murphy John, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe

Y.,

w

s

Highbridge av

1st

h n

Murray Matthew,

N
Nicholson Murtha, laborer., e voe Nicholson Murtha, gardener, e
s

Highbridge av

1st

h n De-

s

Lind ar 3d h n Devoe

o
•O'Connell Ann, wid., e s Highbridge av 2d h n Beach O'Brien Patrick, lbr., e s Highbridge av 1st h n Devoe O'Brien Christopher, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe O'Donnell Patrick, lbr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe Otting John, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe

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HIGHBEIDGEYILLE DIEECTOEY.
P ws
av s

Paschke
voe

Otto, clerk,

N. Y.,

Highbridge av 4th h n DeHighbridge av 4th h n De1st

Paschke Theodore, engineer.,
voe

Post

Adam

IT.,

grocer, e

s

Anderson av

h

e

2d av

Q
Quinn Patrick, mason, e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe Uuick Maria, wid., e s Highbridge av 3d h n Beach

R
Eigley Patrick, mason, e
s

Lind av 3d h n Devoe

Eielley Thomas, lbr., n av c Sedgwick av & Devoe Pielley Michael, plumber, av s Highbridge, av 9th h Eittermann Israel, nee Gerard av & Arcularius pi Eooney Miehae-1, lbr., n av c Sedgwick av & DeA*oe

n Devoe

Enssell

Eyan

Henry A., agent, e s Anderson av 3d h Patrick, lbr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe

s

2d av

s
Savor John, butcher, e s Lind av 4th h n Devoe Sculley James, lbr., n av c SedgAvick av & Devoe Sheriden Patrick, lbr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe Sheridan John, lbr., n av c SedgAvick av & Devoe Sheppard EdAvard, Avatchman, s s Union 3d h w Highbridge av

Smith AYilliam
avs

E., EleetAvood

Cottage, c Central

& Anderson

Smith Edward, lbr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe Spelman John, Avatchman, sec Lind aA' & Beach Spelun Patrick, lbr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe Spoerry Geo., lawyer, X. Y.. av s Anderson av 1st h
tral

av

Cen-

av
lbr.,

Sullivan Daniel,

n

w

c

Sedgwick av & DeA'oe

T
Tirrney Thomas, hostler,
Central & Anderson »ts Tierney James, hostler, c Central & Anderson avs
c
lbr., lbr.,

Toker James, Tracey Jerry,

n n

av c
av c

Sedgwick av & Devoe Sedgwick av & Devoe

HIGHBRIDGEVILLE DIRECTORY.

117

Weintzel George, sash & blinds, n s Devoe 1st h w Highbridge av Welch James, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Welch Michael, lbr., n w c Sedgwick av & Devoe Welch Martin, lbr., e s Lind av 3d h n Devoe Wilkinson Thomas, lbr., e s Highb ridge av 4th h n Beach Wright John, supt., s s Beach 1st h w Lind av Williams Jerry, waiter, Conrad's hotel, Central Bridge

TEEMOXT DIRECTORY.
Akin James, w s Myrtle av 5th li s Valentine av Akin Edward, carpenter, w s Myrtle av 3d h s Mott Alan Alexander, carpenter, w s Myrtle av 3d h s Mott Alwary Francis, teacher, w s 3d av 4th h n Eleventh Allen Adelia, wid., e s "Wash'n av od h n Eleventh Albro Geo. EL, Principal >ScJioo INo. 1, e s Wash'n av 3d h
'

s

Fitch

Andrus H.

AV., agent, w s Wash'n av 3d h s Fitch Arras Robert, painter, w s Myrtle av 3d h s Valentine av Ayres Albert, w s 3d av 4th h n Twelfth

B
h n Marble Barry Michael, lbr., Myrtle av 1st h s Mott Barry James, moulder, Myrtle av 1st h s Mott Barry John, plumber, Myrtle av 1st h s Mott Barry Barney, drug clerk, Myrtle av 1st lis Mott Barndollar Charles, roller mkr, N. Y., n s Marble 1st h w Wash'n av Bender Jacob, wheelwright, N. Y., s e c E E av & Fitch Behrens Henry J., machinist, Myrtle av 4th h s Fitch Beanies James F., piano mfr, N. Y., w s 3d av '26. h n Morris Bendick Penderson, carpentejie s 3d av 3d h n Monroe Bendick Robert, carpenter, w s 3d av n w c Monroe Beck Jacob, carpenter, w s Madison av 5th h n Twelfth Becker !arl, tailor, n 8 Morris nr 3d av Bedell Win. A., bookbinder, N. Y., nee Fitch & Madison av Bedell John, merchant, N. Y., e s Madison av 1st h n Fitch Bedell George, merchant, N. Y\, e s Madison av 1st h n Fitch Kogart Wm. IL, police, w s Myrtle av 1st h s Valentine av Boyd Daniel, agent, N. Y., s a Mott 5th h w Myrtle av Bowen Mr., grocer, n w c Ninth & Wash'n av
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Bathgate Alex., farmer, av s 3d av Gth h n Eighth s 3d av Gth h n Eighth Bathgate James, physician, Babch Christian L., jewelry, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 1st

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AND INSURANCE AGENT.
Real Estate
Office of

for Sale.

Houses to Rent.
Street,

HERRING & SAMPSON, Morris

TRE:MONX.
Davidson's

New York and Grocery

Provision Store,

Railroad Avenue, cor. Morris Street,

TR EMO'NT, a
Ham,

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Canned Fruits and Vegetables of all kinds. FAMILY FLOI'K BY JBAO OK BAHKEL.
Fish,

Eggs, Apples and Fruit of
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kinds,

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Bowers Henry,

119

Braken Henry, carpenter, w s 3d av 2d h n Marble Brey James J., asst. station agent Brown Panl R., (Rev.,) w s Wash'n av 5th h s Monroe Burridge Thomas, accountant, N. Y., e s R Rav 2d h s Tenth Butler Thomas, blacksmith, w s 3d av s w c Tenth Butters William T., minter, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 2d h s
Twelfth Burris Benjamin, carpenter,

Bonfils S. D., glass ware, N. Y,, e s Wash'n av s e c Eleventh. s Wash'n av 1st h s Twelfth carpenter, e 3d av & Morris Boss Ludwig, saloon, s %

w

w

w

s

3d av 4th h n Monroe

c
s Madison av 5th h n Carpenter Samuel, sp. Eleventh Cam John, carpenter, e s 3d av 3d h n Monroe Carmer Maria, wid., w s Wash,n av 2d h s Tenth Cannon Nicholas, merchant, N. Y., a a Morris 1st h e Madison av Chapman John, bookkeeper, N. Y., e s R R av 1st h a Eitch Chesterman Edwin, w a Madison av 1st h n Fitch Clark Richard, clerk, N. Y., e s R R av 6th h n Eighth Clark Francis, clerk, N. Y., e a R R av 6th h n Eighth Clark Carl, lbr., e a Madison 2d h n Mott Clock e G. D. W., lawyer, e a R R av nr Mott, r Grand av nr Central av Conlon Patrick, laborer, e s Madison av 1st h n Monroe Collins Cornelius H., driver, w s Madison av 1st h n Mott Cornell Mark, w s Madison av 1st h s Tenth Coffee John, laborer, e a Wash'n av 2d h n Ninth Connor Daniel, merchant, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 2d h n Ninth Costolo John, lbr., w s Madison av 1st h s Mori is Couenhoven Robt. E., pianofortes, N. Y., s s Fitch 1st h w Madison av Condon James, lbr., e a R R av 2d h n Morris Coen John, lbr.. Myrtle av 1st h s Mott Cooper Mrs., physician, n e c R R av & Eleventh Crawford Charles, painter, s e c R R av & Fitch Crewitt Bros., hardware, n w c Wash'n av & Fitch Crewitt A. B., hardware, r w a Wash'n av 3d h n Marble Crewitt J. D., hardware, r w s Wash'n av 3d h n Marble Crewitt A. H., hardware, r w s AVash'n av 3d h n Marble Cranston Geo., lbr., w a 3d av 3d h n Eleventh Crotty Patrick, hotel, n w c 3d av & Morris

det, N. Y., e

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D

Davis Amelia P., v>id., w s Madison av 1st h n Monroe Davison Win., grocer, e s Wash'n av 4th h n Fitch Davidson AV. J., grocer, s e c E E av & Morris De Wilde Fred'k A., clerk, N. Y., w s Madison av 1st h n Marble Ditmering Geo., tailor, w s 3d av 2d h n Eleventh Donohne Anna, wid., n s Fitch 2d h w Myrtle Dodge Peter, carpenter, Myrtle av 1st h s Fitch Dodge Wm., carpenter, Myrtle av 1st h s Fitch Doughty John, civil eng., w s Wash'n av 2d h s Monroe Donohne John, lbr., w s 3d av 2d hw Monroe Doyle Patrick, lbr., w s Madison av 1st li n Tenth Doyle Michael, tailor, e s Wash'n av 1st h n Mott Dorf Elias, fancy store, s s Morris 2d h e Wash'n av Dmhe Francis, butcher, sec Mott & Wash'n av Droz H. E., importer, N. Y., Myrtle av 4th h s Mott Druisel G. C, coppersmith, n s Eleventh 1st h e E E av Dntting Henry, piano mkr, N. Y., e s E E av 7th h n Tenth Dunn Michael, carriage mkr, n w c Wash'n av & Eleventh Duare Thomas, lbr., s w cElevdnth & 3d av Dngan Patrick, milkman, w s Madison av 3d h n Marble Dunham Albert, carpenter, w s Madison av 1st ha Twelfth Dunham Peter P., mason, sec Madison av & Fitch Dunham Thomas N., printer, sec Madison av & Fitch

E
Eberle Peter, blacksmith, e s P P av 1st h n Tenth Egglesden John, carpenter, e s P P av 2d h n Morris Etting F. V., physician, s s Mott 4th h w Wash'n av Engelmann Carl, musician, n e c Fitch & Wash'n av Eymer Matthias, cigars, w s 3d av 3d h n Mott

F
Farrell Ileury A., painter, e Ferdon J. J., butcher, e s iVrber Ferdinand, grocer, e

P P av

Fincke M. II., painter, e s Fincke Wm., grocer, n w c Valentine av & Harlem P P Fincke John, lbr., n s Fitch 1st h w Mj-rtle av Finger Henry, w s Myrtle av 3d h s Mott Fincke Carl & Bros., grocers, n av c Eleventh & 3d av Fisher Henry F\, grocer, n e c P P av & Tenth

Madison av 4th h n Tenth 7th h n Mott s 3d av 4th h n Locust av P P av 3d h n Eighth
s

TREMONT DIRECTORY.

121

Flink Nicholas, bakery, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Marble Flicker Andrew, caiTiage mkr, sec Morris & Madison av Fox Thomas, horseshoer, n s Morris 1st h e Wash'n av Ford Henry J., e s Wash'n av 4th h n Eleventh s Wash'n av 6th h n Ninth Foller Oscar J., clerk, N. Y., Foulke Charles T., station agent, s s Mott 4th h Myrtle av

w

w

Folz Fred., dry goods, N. Y., n w Francis E. C, saddles & harness,

Wash'n av & Twelfth R R av opp Harlem R
c

R

depot av opp Harlem Fraser Mrs. M., dry goods, depot, r w s Wash'n av 4th h n Marble Fradel Charles, musical composer, N. Y., e s Worth av 1st h

RR

RR

s

Mott

Freisprig Lorenz, lbr., e s 3d av 2d h n Monroe Franklin Morris, e s Wash'n av 5th h n Twelfth Frazer Mrs., e s Wash'n av 2d h s Mott

G
Gade George, b arber, Wash'n av
e s

RR

av 4th h n Mott, r

s e c

Mott &

Gardener Fred., pattern mkr, n w c Monroe & 3d av Gaul Michael, painter, nee Mott & Madison av Garrison John, constable, w s Madison av 1st h s Tenth Gilier Edward, machinist, e s R R av 1st h n Marble Gleason Michael, lbr., e s R R av 4th h n Eighth Gleitz August, piano mkr, Myrtle av 3d h s Fitch Gilhooly Patrick, lbr., s s Fitch 1st h w Myrtle av Grove W. A., grocer, n e c R R av & Fitch Gray James R., car builder s s R R av 1st h n Fitch Gray Wm., architect, s s R R av 1st h n Fitch Grobecker Wm., drugs, s e c R R av & Mott Griffin Abner, agent, N. Y., w s Worth av 1st h s Morris Gregory George, e s Wash'n av 2d h s Fitch Griswold A. I)., mer., N. Y., n s Fitch 1st h e Wash n av Gross Frank, lather, e s Madison av 2d h n Eleventh Grogan Owen, lbr., e s 3d av opp Monroe

H
Haskins George, carpenter,

w

s

Madison av 2d h n Fitch

Haas Ferdinand, carpenter, e s Madison av 2d li n Mott Harris Thomas R., [Rev.,] e s Wash'n av 5th h n Eighth Harde Thomas, merchant, N. Y., e s AVashington av 1st h n
Marble

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li n Eighth av 4th h n Eighth Hannon John W., tinsmith, e s E E av 7th h n Tenth Hannegan Thomas, plumber, Myrtle av 1st h s Mott Hawloy H. D agent, s w c Wash's av & Fitch Hamann M. A., grocer, s w c Tenth & Wash'n av 'Helle Conrad, cabinet mkr, w s 3d av 8th h n Eighth Health Erancis, w s 3d av 3d h n Twelfth Hemburger John, basket mkr, s w c Mott & 3d av Herrman Andreas, saloon, s w c Monroe & 3d av Hencklel Jacob, saloon, e s 3d av 4th h n Monroe Heath David, e s Madison av 2d h n Fitch Held Jacob, nee Twelfth & Wash'n av Heinz Gottleib, boots & shoes, nee Madison av & Moms Herring Win., lawyer, n w c Wash'n av & Mott Herring & Sampson, lawyers, s s Morris nr E E av Hielbeck E. W., shoemkr, e s E E av 2d h n Tenth Hillman Gottleib, stone cutter, w s 3d av 4th h n Morris Hill Anna, wid., n w c Ninth & Wash'n av Hohn Christopher, lbr., n w c Eleventh & 3d av Howie Eobt., carpenter, Tenth nr Wash'n av, r Wash'n av 3d h n Ninth Hojer George, painter, sec Morris & Wash'n av Hollacher Michael, saloon, e s Wash'n av 1st h n Morris HOUSE OF EEST FOE CONSUMPTIVES, Morris bet Wash'n & E E avs Hoert Wm., saloon, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Fitch Hobe C. T,ss Eleventh 2d he E av Hunt John I., s w c Fitch & 3d av Hughes John, lbr., av s 3d av 2d h n Munroe Hupfeldt Julius W., drugs, s s Morris 2d h w Wash'n av Hyde James P., turner, N. Y., s s Mott 1st h w Wash'n av

Hall Thomas, lbr., Harris George, lbr., e

esBB av 4th
s

EE

,

E

I

Illium

Wm., butcher, s s Morris 1st h w Wash'n av Ingham Eebecca, wid., w s Madison av 1st h n Eleventh
10G Grand, N.

ITTNEE'S JOHN,

Ittner Heinrich, boarding house,

Y

Villa,

w s 3d av 5th li n Monroe Mvrtle av opp Depot & restaurant
J

Jenkins James, carriage dealer, N. Y., w s Wask'n av 8th h n Eighth Johnson James, lbr., n w c Eleventh & 3d av

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ANGEL, at %\ m
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Office,
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Fifth Street,

near Post

^EO^^is^.3sriA.,

GEORGE HARRIS,
N.

Y.

&

MORRISANIA EXPRESS.

Loaves Morrisania office at 8 o'clock, A. M. and the New York offices at 2.30 P. M. Baggage will be delivered to all the New York Railroad Depots and Steamboat Landings. Checks for Baggage left at either of the Offices named below will receive prompt attention.
Offices. Morrisania, between First and Second streets Fordham avenue. New York— 91 William street, 66 Courtland street cor. of Washington, 222 Washington street, corner of Barclay, and 88 Franklin street. Branch Offices. New York.- 3 Burling Slip, Jube's Hardware Store, 83 Bovery. Mott Havvn.— Magee's Feed Store, Boston Road, corner 134th street. Melrose. Purdy's Grocery Store, Westchester Road. Morrisania.—Chisholm & Go's Grocery Store, Fitth street, Allen's "Drug Store, G. HARRIS. Sixth street cor. Franklin avenue.

General

^W Furniture, — Pianos &c,, carefully removed.
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Milton Street and Boston Road, Melrose. Bank open Daily from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M.
Six per cent, interest allowed on
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Monday and Saturday Evenings from
to (5,000.
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to 9 P. M. Deposits received Irons 10 cents all sums from to £5,900 free from Government Tax.
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F. F.

DR. G.

F. DeM ALIGN OX, CASTER HAKE,

l.ORENZE ZFGNEB, KAISER, C1IAS. RtVINIUS, JOHN ElCHLER, CHAS. FRITZ,

BEUGMAN,

ZEUSCHNER,

ADAM

F. GROTE, MICH. SICKLING,

JACOB HELD.

JOHN KUBIN, F. A. H EMM El!. THEODORE W ILK ENS,

NIC. THIEL,

GUSTAVLIS PFEIFFER, President. GEN. FRANZ. SIGEL, 1st Vice-President.
F.

A.

HEVER, id Vice-President. J. BRAUDLACIIT, Treasurer..
Secretary.

Wm.

IIof.LAND, Cashier

and

O PFEIFFER, LOOKING-GLASSES, For & Picture Frames,
.

MANUFACTURER OE

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^ALNUT AND ROSEWOOD
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

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PARLOR SETS MEASURED AND MADE TO ORDER.
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100 FnltonSt., and o 2 Ann

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Cliff' St.

MORRISANIA.

and Concord Avenue,

THEODORE HUNT, arpenter & 3B«ii^^ f
Cor.

Sixth

St.

and Washington Ave.,

PAlRTICULAB ATTENTION PAID TO JOBBING.
Resides •. Washington Avenue, between First and, Second Street.-. Sole Agents forTorry's Improved Patent Weather Strip?.

TREMONT DIRECTORY.
Jones Win.,
tailor, e s

123

RR

av 5th h n Mott, r Myrtle av 2d

h

n Mott

K
Kearney Daniel, lbr., e s Keal James S., agent, e s
Keal Joseph, carriage

R R av 1st h n Morris R R av 1st h s Marble

nikr, e s

RR

av 1st h

s

Marble

Kennedy Michael, lbr., w s 3d av 6th h n Eleventh Kenyon Jno. S., merchant, N.Y., e s Wash'n av 2d h n Tenth Keyser Peter, e s Wash'n av 3d h n Twelfth Kennard Wm. J., Principal School No. 4, e s Wash'n avGthh
n Twelfth
Peter, lbr., w s 3d av 2d h n Marble Kimball Charles, agent, s s Mott 5th h w R R av Kirby John, carpenter, w s Madison av 1st h s Monroe Klug Peter, saloon, e s 3d av 6th h n Locust av Knudel Gottlieb, cabinet mkr, w s 3d av 8th h n Eighth Knapp Margaret, wid., nee Eleventh & Madison av Koch George, lumber, s w c Tenth & Wash'n av Kuntz Peter, shoemkr, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Mott Kuntz Peter, jr., butcher, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Mott Kuntz Frederick, butcher, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Mott Kraus Andrew, shoe mkr, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Morris

Keogh

Lent Wm.'G., Justice of the Peace, office n e cR R av & Mott,. r w s Wash'n av 3d h s Morris Lewis Francis, civil engineer, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Monroe Leithenser George,' tailor, e s Madison av 3d h n Mott Leininger Philip, barber, s s Morris 2d h w Madison av
Lippe C, physician,
e s

Loudon Robt H., bookkeeper, N. Y., esEE av 6th h n Tenth Loux Hermann,, painter, w s 3d av 3d h n Monroe Lyons James A., real estate, office n e c 3d av & Locust av, r n s Fitch 3d h e Wash'n av Lyons James, iron foundry, N. Y., n s Fitch 3d h e Wash'n av

RR

av next Post Office

M
Macgarithe James, s w c 11th & 3d av Maconneli James, w s Wash'n av 3d h s Tenth Maderstein George, saloon, e s R R av 1st h s Tenth Macduf James, cabinet mkr, w s Wash'n av 1st h s Monroe Manel Frank, cabinet mkr, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Mott

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lbr.,

Maher Patrick, Maker Michael,

lbr.,
lbr.,

McCne

Patrick,
P.,

n s Ninth 1st h e R R av n s Ninth 1st h e R Rav s w c K R av & Mott

McConnell Wm., confectioner,

w

s

McDermott

painter, e s R R av 3d h n Mott McDermott Thomas, lbr, Myrtle av 3d h s Fitch McFarland Mr., w s AVash'n av 5th h s Fitch McGrath Thomas, lbr., n s Ninth 2d h e R R av McGraw John, lbr., e s E E av 5th h n Eighth

plumber, e av nr Myrtle av

s

RR

AVash'n av 4th h s Mott av 2d h n Mott, r Valentine

McDade Wm.,

McGraw Owen, lbr., n s Ninth 1st heR R av McGraw Michael, lbr., n s Ninth 1st h e R R av

Melvinstry Andrew, merchant, e s R R av 2d h n Fitch McLoughlin Patrick, n s Morris 3d h w Wash'n av McLewee Frederick, merchant, w s 3d av '2d h n Twelfth McManus C, wid., store, e s R R av 1st h n Morris Metealf Elizabeth, wid., w s Madison av '2d h n Fitch Mellnv Dexter AV., e s Wash'n av 4th h n Twelfth Meyers Ferdinand, n s Valentine 1st h w R R av Meyers Gustavus, musical instrument mkr, n w c Valentine &

RR

avs

JohnM., grocer, s w c Twelfth & 3d av Miller James 13., carpenter, e s R R av 3d h n Tenth Miller J. C, bookbinder, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 3d h s Mott Middleton Wm. 13., dentist, w s Wash'n av 3d h s Eleventh Morris Henry, carpenter, w s 3d av 9th h n Eighth Morrison Samuel, painter, e s R R av 1st h n Tenth Mor^e Mrs., wid., e s R R av 4th h n Tenth Morrissey Michael, lbr., n s Valentine av 3d h n Myrtle av Murry Andy, lbr., e s 3d av 5th h n Locust av Muiry Pat'k, lbr., e s Madison av 1st h n Munroe Murphy Timothy, lbr., e s Madison av 1st h s Tenth Mailer Fred'k, saloon, sec Madison av & Morris Mullen J., lbr., e s R R av 4th h n Eighth Muldoon Barney, lbr., s w c R R av & Mott
Alierisch
,

x
Xagel Joseph, piano mkr,
Nesbitt Alex., (Rev,,) e
s

Nicholson James,

fish

3d av 6th h n Marble AVash'n av 2d h s Twelfth dealer, w s 3d av 1st h n Fitch
s

w

o
(

>T>rien J. A., merchant, N. Y.,

w

s

Madison av 3d h n Fitch

TREMONT DIRECTORY.
Odell John, carpenter,
s s

125

Osborn "Win.

"W., police,

w

Mott 3d h w Myrtle ay s 3d av 3d h n Morris

p
Palmer
h s Spring Petri Joseph, baker, w s 3d av 5th h n Eleventh Pett Joseph B., painter, sec Madison av & Morris Peake John L., n s Fitch nr Wash'n av Phelps B. N., carpenter, N. Y., n w c Madison av & Eleventh
Pinker John, watchman, s w c Eleventh & 3d av Porter James W., w s Wash'n av 7th h n Eighth Porter James, e s Madison av 5th h s Tenth Profien Frederick, furniture, w s 3d av 1st h n Mott Public School No. 1, e s 3d av bet Eleventh & Twelfth
Ferris, watchman, s s Fitch 1st h av Parsons L. D., s s Eleventh 1st h e Perkins John, jeweler, N. Y., Myrtle av 1st

w Wash'n

av

RR

R
Race Stephen II., carpenter, e s R R av 1st h s Tenth Randall James, moulder, w s Myrtle av 7th h s Valentine Rau Rudolph, salesman, N. Y., s w c Worth av & Mott Rae Alice, wid., e s Wash'n av 1st h n Ninth Rappleyea J as., undertkr, N. Y., s s Eleventh nr Madison av Reilly Michael E., insp. of buildings, N. Y., e s R R av 7th h
n Eighth Reynolds Wm., stevedore, N. Y., s s Fitch 2d h w Myrtle av Reid Alfred, furniture, N. Y., e s W^ash'n av 1st h n Eleventh Reid Alfred, jr., furn'r, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 1st h n Eleventh Rimington Matthew, superintendent, N. Y., s e c R R av & Eleventh Rieners Charles, blacksmith, e s R R av 1st h n Tenth Riedinger Louis N., tinsmith, n s Morris 3d h w 3d av Robbins A. W., brush factory, w s Myrtle av 4th h s Valentine av

Rockwell Lucius, bookkeeper, N. Y., n s Twelfth 1st h w Wash'n av Robertson Wm. TL, painter, s w c Marble & 3d av Robertson Bertha, wid., sec Twelfth & Wash'n av Roe Charles, clocks, N. Y., e s Madison av 4th h n Eleventh Rose Philip, turner, e s Madison av 3d h s Tenth Ruggles Elmira, wid., e s Madison av 1st h n Tenth

s
Saring
J. S.,

bookkeeper, N. Y.,

w s Wash'n

av ^d h

s

Monroe

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Sayxker Charles, cigar mkr, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Marble Sawin Wra. J., drygoods, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 5th h n Ninth Schell Alex., nee Twelfth & Madison av Schall Michael, lbr., w s 3d av 4th h n Marble Schnabel Fred'k, shoe mkr, sec Mott & Madison av Schnlz Christian, lbr., n s Morris 3d h w 3d av Schulz Gotfreid, grocer, s w c Madison av & Morris Sehrieier Charlotte, wid., e s R R av 5th h n Tenth Schrelmeir Peter, shoe mkr, n w c Myrtle av & Mott Seaman John F., mer., N. Y., e s Madison av 3d h n Fitch Sharkey Joseph, cigar mkr, e s R R av 4th h n Tenth Shaw & Stacey, stoves, e s R R av 6th li n Mott Shanghnessy Simon, lbr., e s R R av 2d h n Morris Shaw W., tinsmith, w s Myrtle av 5th h s Valentine av Sheehan John, lbr., n s Ninth 1st h e R R av Shove Oliver P., carpenter, n e c R R av & Tenth Smith James B blacksmith, e s R R av 4th h n Tenth Smith James, lbr., s s Mott 1st h w R R av Smith Abel H., n s Fitch 1st h w Wash'n av Smith J. D., mer., N. Y., w s Wash'n av 5th h s Twelfth Smith Martin, boots & shoes, w s 3d av 3d h n Eleventh Smart D., marble works, N. Y., e s Madison av 2d h n Tenth Smart Wm. J., stationer, e s Wash'n av 2d h n Fitch Smart Wm. J., clerk, s s Fitch nr Wash'n av Sorg Heinrich, mer., N. Y., w s 3d av 2d h n Eleventh Springhorn Henry, painter, Myrtle av 3d h n Eighth Sprunt Isabella, wid., e s Madison av 6th h n Eleventh Speaights J J., mer., N. Y., w s Wash'n av 6th h n Eighth Stacey James, tinsmith, w s 3d av 7th h n Eigthth Station House, w s Madison av 1st h n Morris Steers Henry V., police sergeant, w s Madison av 3d h n Morris r Stein Charles, mer., N. Y w s Madison av 3d h n Eleventh Starbuck Geo. F., mer., N. Y., w s Madison av 2d h n Tenth Stearns Daniel J., doctor, e s Wash'n av 2d h n Twelfth Stearns Thomas, clerk, N. Y., e s Wash'n av 2d n Twelfth Stearns Carry D., real estate, off. s s Morris nr Wash'n av, r 9 s Wash'n av 2d h n Twelfth Stanton James P., n s Twelfth nr Madison av Streaver Howard M., stationer, N. Y., s s Twelfth 1st h.
,

.,

w Wash'n

av

Sullivan John, lbr., w s 3d av 2d h n Monroe Sullivan Patrick, carpenter, e s Madison av 1st

Summerfield Meta, wid.,

w

s

Wash'n av

1st

h s Tenth h n Tenth

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127

Tape Robt. M., gilder, e s Madison av 4th h s Tenth Tarbox Hiram, 2d, postmaster, E R av opp depot Tarbox Hiram, jeweller, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Morris Tarbox Charles W., clerk, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Morris Thomson Wm. J., piano mkr, w s Wash'n av 4th h s Fitch Thomson, Theodore, carpenter, w s Wash'n av 4th h s Fitch Thomas Lewis, pilot, s s Fitch 1st h w Wash'n av Thine John, lbr., e s 3d av 2d h n Monroe Thwaites Joseph, w s Wash'n av 4th h n Ninth Tilley Edward J., marble works, E E av opp depot, Prospect, Fairmont Tompkins George, moulder, e s R R av 6th h n Tenth Townsend Wm., butcher, e s E E av 8th h n Tenth Trainer John, mason, e s Madison av 1st h n Twelfth Treadbar Charles, clerk., N. Y., s w c Worth ay & Morris

HEE

SEE

r

v
Van Anden Henry A.,
Vinton Vinton Vinton Vinton

Vaupel Christian, shoe mkr, n

av 8th h n Tenth Morris 3d h w 3d av & Sons, piano factory, w s E E av nr Valentine av C. A., pianos, w s Myrtle s w c Valentine av H. A., pianos, w s Myrtle s w c Valentine av Fred. Ft., pianos, w s Myrtle s w c Valentine av
e s
s

EE

w
av 3d h n Tenth Washington James, painter, e s Ware Mrs., wid., nurse, s Myrtle av 2d h s Valentine av

RR

w

Waterman S., wid., dry goods, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Marble Waterman George, piano mkr, w s Wash'n av 2d h s Marble Wacker Geo., carpenter, w s 3d av 2d h n Eleventh Walb James P., e s Wash'n av 1st h n Fitch

Webb

Weber Wm.

s Madison av 4th h Elizabeth, wid., V., e s Wash'n av 1st h s Fitch

w

n Twelfth

Weecks John H., Welch John, lbr., Weiner Nicholas,

n s Mott 1st h e Wash'n av 3d av 2d h n Monroe painter, w s 3d av 3d h n Marble Webb Wm. W., plumber, w s Wash'n av 4th h s Monroe Weeks John, w s Myrtle av 6th h s Valentine av Weeks Jackson, w s Myrtle av 6th h s Valentin* °" White George, e s Madison av 3d h s Eleventh White Geo., jr.* teacher, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 5th h n Eighth
police,

w

s

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P., Monroe nr Orchard av 5th h n Tenth Joseph, blacksmith, e 8 R

White Charles

Winne

R

N. Y„ s w c Worth av & Mott Wirdnam Richard, mason, s s Mott 2d h w Wash'n av Wilkins Morris, anc'r, N. Y., w s Wash'n av 4th h s Twelfth Willins Henry, blacksmith, w s 3d av Oth h n Eleventh Wilde Thomas, e s Madison av 5th h n Fitch Wick Christopher, lbr., w s Madison av 5th h n Twelfth Wilt John, blacksmith, e s Madison av 2d h s Tenth Wilson Francis F., teacher, e s Wash'n av od li n Fitch Wood N. K., hardware, Harlem, e s R R av 8th h n Eighth Woolley Daniel, iron moulder, w s 3d av 4th h n Eleventh
AVielkeile Charles, dyer,

Y
Yound
Fred'k. butcher,

w

s

Myrtle av 3d h

s

Mott

APPENDIX.
TOWN
street.

OFFICERS.

Supervisor— William Cauldwell, corner Boston rd and George

—Eugene Ring, Morris Place, West Morrisania. —John McCarty. —Wm. Turner, Town Hall. —John York, Boston road, North New York. — Inspector of Lamps and Gas John Immens, opposite Town Hall. Assessors —Wm. Hoeland, Boston road, Morrisania John
Town
Clerk
Street Commissioner Receiver of Taxes Overseer of the Poor
;

Mehlem, Boston road, near Elton H. Gibney, Third av and Concord.
Collector of Assessments Hall.

street,

South Melrose
Arcularius,

;

Jas.

—George

P.

Town

bridgeville

Mehlem, Melrose; Johu Savor, HighH. Pose, Morrisania George H. Dellett, Morrisania Thomas Brown. Town Sealer Arthur B. Hauptman, cor. Seventh street and
Constables
; ;

—John

Wm.

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Third avenue. Morrisania. Pound Masters M. Stadmiller, Melrose Morrisania Thomas Hughes, Mott Haven.

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Henry Donohue,

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JUSTICES OF

THE PEACE

TOWN HALL.

Justice Hauptman, Mondays and Thursdays. Justice Fullen, Tuesdays and Fridays. Justice Flanagan, Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Clerk Eugene Ping, West Morrisania. President H. F. L. Bunting, Mott Haven.
Supervisor
Oliver,

— —Wm Cauldwell. H. F. L. Bunting. First Ward — T. Mason Second Ward — John F. Pice, Patrick Mullins. Third Ward—Ernest Hall, Geo. R. Teasdale. Fourth Ward — David McLeod, Geo. P Arcularius.

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES.

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MOEEISANIA DIEECTOEY.
STANDING COMMITTEES.

—Messrs. Teasdale, Cauldwell, Mullins and Eice. — Highways and Bridges Messrs. Oliver, Arcularius, Mullinsand Hall. — Legal Questions Messrs. Cauldwell, Eice, Arcularius and Teasdale. Public Health — Messrs. McLeod, Oliver, Arcularius and Hall. — Printing Messrs. Arcularius, Mullins, Teasdale and Hall. Lamps and Gas — Messrs. Eice, Oliver, Cauldwell and McLeod. — Temporary Eelief of the Poor Messrs. Hall, McLeod, Eice Oliver. and Town Officers — Messrs. Mullins, Oliver, Arcularius and Hall. — Eepairs and Supplies Messrs. Eice, Mullins, Teasdale and
Finance
Cauldwell.

Eegular meetings of the Board, First Tuesday of each month, at 4:30 p. m. The Standing Committees meet every Tuesday evening.

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BOAED OP EDUCATION.

—T. Mason Oliver. —John Flanagan. Treasurer — Louis Diehl.
President
Secretary

Clerk John J. Clarke. Samuel E. Davis, James M. Stedman, James Finegan, EdThomas W. Timpson, Eobert McParlan. ward, Kirk, Jr.
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STANDING COM MITTEES.

Finance Parlan.

—John

Flanagan. .James M. Stedman, Eobert Mc-

Robert McParlan, Louis. Buildings, Eepairs and Supplies Diehl, James F'inegan. Eules, Eegulations and By-Laws Thomas W. Timpson, Samuel E. Davis, Edward Kirk, Jr. Teachers John Flanagan. Eobert McParlan, Louis Diehl.

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On Normal
Diehl.

School

—John Flanagan. Eobert McFarlan, Louis

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VISITING COMMITTEES.

131

School No. —Messrs. Flanagan, Diehl and Davis. a 2 — Messrs. Timpson, Kirk and Flanagan. a 3 —Messrs. McParlan, Diehl and Davis. u a 4 — Messrs. Finegan, Stedman and McFarlan. a 5 —Messrs. Diehl, Kirk and Timpson.
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Regular meetings of the Board are held on the Second Monday of each month at 4 o'clock P. M., in the Board room,
School house No.
4,

Melrose. o-

MORRISANIA FIRE DEPARTMENT.
ORGANIZED APRIL 12tH, 1856.
President — John Van Horn. Vice-President — Wra. M. Bogert. Secretarv — Robert Danfield, Treasurer— P. Mullins.
Jr.

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS.

John

J.

Blauvelt,

Lawrence McGrath, George B. Birch.
WIDOWS AND ORPHANS FUND.

TRUSTEES,

E.

W.

Albro, Louis Falk, John McCarty.

BOARD OF ENGINEERS.
Chief— John Van Horn. Assistant Chief— Adam Hipp. Assistant Chief— Fred. Geecks.

BOARD OF REPRESENTATIVES.
President — John Van Horn. Vice-President — Win. M. Bogert. — Secretary Robert Danfield, Engine No. — Wm. Bolmer, Ed. Austin. — Engine No. 2 Peter Keene, John McCusker. — Engine No. 4 Luke O'Hanlan, Francis McDonough. — W. Brower. Engine No. 5 Win. M. Bogert, Hose No. — Mike Von Greitchen, Qeo. Schueman. Hose No. 2 — Geo. H. Dyer, John Van Horn.
Jr.
1.

Geo.'

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Jr.

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MORRIS AN1 A DIRECTORY.
3
1

—Adam Rice, John Mullins. —Martin Endress, Andrew Stockinger. Hook and Ladder, No. 2 — John Kershaw, James Quinn. —Located on east side Fulton avenue, beEngine Co. No. Foreman —John M. Campbell tween Fifth and Sixth —John Royal. Assistant Foreman — Engine Co. No. 2 Located on Westchester Railroad between Eagle and Passage avenues. Foreman — James. C. Clark Assistant Foreman — James Tallon. — Engine Co. No. 4 Located on Boston road near Mott Foreman — Luke O'Hanlan Assistant Foreman — Meagen. — Engine Co. No. 5 Located on Washington avenue near Foreman — John Nimphius, Jr Assistant ForMary eman — John Condon. near Boston road. Hose Co. No. —Located on Elton Foreman — Martin Kraus Assistant Foreman between Third Hose Co. No. 2 — Located on Fourth and Washington avenues. Foreman — Geo. H. Dyer Assistant Foreman — Frank P. Mott. near Passage Hose Co. No. 3 — Located on Lexington Foreman — Edward Irwin; Assistant Foreman — avenue. Charles Wilhelm. near Hook and Ladder Co. No. — Located on Fourth Fordham avenue. Foreman —Wm. McGill Assistant Foreman — George near Hook and Ladder Co. No. 2 — Located on Bronx Boston road. Foreman — John Robertson Assistant Foreman —Michael Finigan.
Hose No.

Hook and Ladder, No.
1

streets.

;

street,

;

street.

;

Jas.

street.

;

1

street

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;

street,

;

street,

1

street

;

Castle.

street

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ELECTION DISTRICTS.
First District, comprising
all

that

portion

of the

Town

bounded on the East by Willis Avenue; on the North by Cottage street, extending westerly to Harlem river and on the south and west by Harlem river. Second District, bounded on the west by Willis avenue on the north by 147th street to St. Ann's avenue and Westchester Railroad street and on the south and east by the town line, East river and Harlem river. Third District, bounded on the south by Grove street on
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MOEEISANIA DIEECTOEY.
;

183

the east by the Harlem Eailroad and Mill Brook on the west by the Harlem river and on the north by the town line. Fourth District, toundedon the south by Cottage street; on on the north by Mary the east by Boston Eoad or Third ave. and on the west by the Harlem Eailroad. street Fifth District, bounded on the south by Westchester Eailroad street, and 147th street on the east by the town line on the west by Third avenue and on the north by Cliff street. Sixth District, bounded on the south by Mary street on on the east by Third avenue the north by Mill Brook and on the west by the Harlem Eailroad. Seventh District, bounded on the south by Mill Brook and on the north by Fourth Cliff street on the west by Mill Brook and on the east by street, Spring Place and George street the town line. Eighth District, bounded on the south by Fourth street, Spring Place and George street on the west by Mill Brook; and on the north and east by the town line.
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NEWSPAPEES.
Westchester County Journal, (Independent,) James man, Editor and Publisher. Established April, 1852.
Publisher.
ter,
Still-

Westchester Times, (Eepublican,) D. B. Frisbee, Editor and Established January, 1865. Westchester Deutsche Zeitung, (Democratic,) D. BiermasPublisher.

Established May, 1868.
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CHUECHES.
EpiscorAL (St. Paul's). Fordham ave., above Eighth street. Eev. Thomas E. Harris, Eector. Services at 10:30 a. m., 7:30 Sunday school at 3 p. m. p. m. Trinity Church. George street near Boston road. Services every Sunday at 10:30 a. m„ and 3:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. St. Mary's Church. Garden street. The Eev. Chas. S. Knapp, Eector. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun-

—

—

—

day school
Eev.

at 9

a.

m.

St. Ann's, (Episcopal.)

— 138th street, cor.
at

St.

W.

Huckle.
a.

Services

10:30

a.

Ann's avenue. m. and 4 p. m.

Sunday school 9:15

m.

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MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.

Potts Memoiual Presryterian.

—Washington

avenue,

bet.

Rev. Arthur Potts. Services at 10:30 Fifth and Sixth streets. a. in. and 3:30 p. m. Sunday school at 3:30 p. in. First M. E. Church Cor. Willis avenue and 141st street. Rev. L. P. Perr\. Services at 10:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.

—

Methodist
street.

Episcopal.

— Washington

Rev. T. B! Smith. Sunday school at 2 p. m.

avenue, cor. Fourth Services at 10:30 a. in. and 7 p. m.

Methodist Episcopal, (German.) Washington avenue, opRev. J. Meyer. Services at 10:30 a. in. posite Melrose street.

—

and 7:30
St.

p. in.

Paul's A. M. E. Church.
street.

Preaching at 3 p. m and 7:30 p. m. Reiokmed Dutch. Boston road and Cottage street. Rev. Ilasbrouck DuBois. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9 a. m. Dutch Reformed. Washington avenue, bet. Melrose and Services at 10:30 Prospect streets. Rev. George Windemuth. a. in and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. German Evang. Lutheran (St. Matthews.) Courtland ave., bet. Mary and Springfield streets. Rev. F. G. Zeumer. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m, Sunday school at 1:30 p. m.
Springfield

— Washington

avenue, corner

—

—

—

First

Congregational.

—Washington
W.

avenue,

bet.

Third

and Fourth streets. Rev. a. in. and 7:30 p. m.

Westerfield.

Services at 10:30

Second Congregational Church. ington avenue. Rev. Chas. Ritter. m. Sunday school at 2 p. m.

—Milton

street,

near Wash-

Services at 3

and 7:30

p.

St. Augustine's, (Roman Jefferson street, corner Catholic.) Franklin avenue. Sunday services. Masses at 8 and 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. in. Vespers at 3:30 p, in. Rev. J. Woods.

—

Roman
and 10
10:30

road and Courtland ave.
p. in.

Catholic, (GEiniAN.)Denman street, between Boston Rev. Francis Karel. Masses at 8
street.
p.

— Cor. Courtland av and Milton and 7:30 Sabbath school 2 Rev. Baptist, (Pilgrims.) — Boston road. m. and 7:30 Services at 10:30 m. Christian Meeting-House. — Seventh
Baptist.
a. in.

Services at

p. in.

m. Mr.

Lincoln.

a.

p.

street, bet.

Fulton and

Franklin avenues.

Seats free.

C. Abercroinbie, preacher.

MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.
Presbyterian. —Washington
streets.

135

CHURCHES— TREMONT.

avenue, between Twelfth and Rev. Alex. Nesbitt. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. House of Rest for Consumptives. Episcopal. North side of Morris street, between Washington and Railroad avenues. Services with sermon every Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p. m. Mehodist Episcopal. Washington avenue, bet. Morris and Mott streets. Rev. Paul R. Brown. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.

Fitch

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TEMPERANCE
1866.
;

societies.

Crystal Stream division No. 81, S. ofT., organized Oct. 16. Edw. Mount, W. P. Smith Williamson, R. S. Meets Monday evenings, in Braun's hall, north side 143d street near Third avenue. Crystal Spring Division, No. 89, S. of T. Organized Dec. W. P., Frank T. Kirwin R. S., E. D. Davis. §, 1868. Meets Wednesday evenings in Hake's hall, corner Third avenue and Milton street. Morrisania Division No. 317, S. of T., organized March 12, 1868. George Bell, W. P. George J. Brown, R. S. Meets Thursday evenings, in Odd Fellows' hall, Fifth street, between Railroad and Washington avenues. Pocahontas Lodge No. 234, I. O. of G. T., organized Dec. E. D. Bassett, W. C. T. R. B. Austin, Secretary. 6, 1870. Meets Thursday evenings, in Braun's hall, north side 143d street near Third avenue. Covenant Lodge No. 27, I. O. of G. S., and D. of S., organized Feb. 8, 1870. T. B. Buxton, W. C. Wm. Rehfeld, R. S. Meets Friday evenings, in Hake's hall, corner Third avenue
;

;

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;

and Milton street. Tremont Division, No. 188, S. of T. Organized May 20, 1867. W. P., William McDade R, S., Miss Sarah Tarbox.
;

Meets Monday evenings in Firemens' hall, Morris tween Railroad and Washington avenues.
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street, be-

G. A. R.

Post Oliver Tilder No. 96, organized May 24, 1869. Commander, Geo.G. Chase Adjutant, Wesley Farrington. Meets on Tuesday evenings, in Schutzen's hal) Third avenue, between Fourth and Fifth streets.
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MORRISANIA DIRECTORY.
MASONIC LODGES.
1

Lily Lodge No. 342, F. & A. M. Meets the First and Third Tuesday of each Month at Morrisania hall, Railroad avenue* between Fourth and Fifth streets. Officers John McGuire* W. M. Robert R. Sherwood, S. W. George S. Bell, J. W.

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.

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;.

Jos. Santos, Treas.

;

Thomas W. Timpson,

Sec'y.

Ivy CiiaptekNo. 288, R. A. M., meets the First and Third Tuesday of each Month at Morrisania hall, Railroad avenue between Fourth and Fifth streets. Officers Edward Kirk, Jr., High Driest; John E. Comfort, M. D., King; Robert R. Sherwood, Scribe Henry Schmidt, Treas. George E. Sherwood,

—

;

;

Secretary.

Gavel Lodge, No. 708, F. & A. M., meets every Friday evening at 7:30 P. M., at their hall. 143d street near Third, avenue" Officers— S. II. Mcllroy, M. J. H. G. Blythe, S. W. 0. S. Roder, J. W. G. A. J. Norman, Secretary I. W. Duns;
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;

more Treasurer.

Wieland Lodge, F. &. A. M., U. D., meets every Wednesday evening at their rooms in Georgi's building, Third avenue near
street. Officers Augustus Freudel, W. M. Henry Schmidt, S. W. Jacob Held. J. W. John Eichler, Treasurer j Peter Weyand, Secretary. Guiding Stab, No. 565, F. & A. M., meets Second and Fourth Tuesday at Masonic hall, corner of Railroad avenue and Mott Officers R. Leigh Anderton, Jr., W. M. street, Tremont.

First

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;.

William Herring, S. W. Richard Hillman, J. W. A. Grove. Treasurer: Carey D. Stearns, Secretary.
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William

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ODD FELLOWS LODGES.
MobbIsania Lodge, No.
171,
I.

0. of 0.

P.,

Wednesday evening
;

in

Odd Fellows

hall, Fifth street,

Railroad and Washington avenues. John R. Smith, V. G. (Yioke, N. G. R. S. John H. Markham, 1*. S.
;

Officers
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Meets every between Richard A.

R. Collins, Treasurer. of 0. F.. Meets every Tuesday evening in Odd Fellows hall, Fifth street between Railroad and Washington avenues. Officers R. Zimmermann, N. G. ; John Bauer, V. G. Robert Yollbrach, R. S. Joseph Buhleiy V. S. John Kuhorn, Treasurer.
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Wm

William Manwaring,

Goethe Lodge,

193,

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137

INCOEPOEATED COMPANIES.
Harlem Bridge, Morrisania and Fordham Eailway Company. President, Harford B. Kirk Treasurer, William Cauldwell ; Secretary, John B. Haskin Superintendent, Jas. J. Murphy. John B. Haskin, Abraham B. Tappen, Henry Directors E. Eemson, William Eemson, Harford B. Kirk, William Cauldwell, Horace P. Whitney, Albert B. Whitney, Matthew
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B. Wynkoop, John J. Hallenbeck, Eichard T. Barnum, Cornelius Bogart.

M. Hoe, Phineas

Morrisania Steamboat Company. Office, corner 138th street and Third avenue. President, H. H. Eobinson Treasurer, Thomas Eae Secretary, John Hopkins Superintendent, C.
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; ;

Longstreet.

Westchester County Gas Light Company, organized July 18, Authorized Capital, $500,000. Office, Mott Haven. Works, Port Morris. President, Eobert Campbell Secretary E. Beal; Treasurer, E. A. Brick. and Superintendent, Eobert Campbell, John J. Crane, S. Board of Directors D. Gilford, Edward Willis, Eiley A. Brick, William E. Beal, Charles Bathgate, Charles Stillman.
1859.

Wm —
:

;

Suburban Gas Light Company, organized June 11, 1870. Authorized Capital, $125,000. Office, Eailroad avenue near Mott street, Tremont. Works, on Bronx river, West Earms. President, Charles W. Bathgate; Secretary and Consulting E. Beal Treasurer, E. A. Brick. Engineer, Board of Directors; Charles W. Bathgate, Frederick Grote, Herring, Eiley A. Brick, Wm. E. Beal, Philip Duffy,

Wm — Wm
;

James Cummings.

German Savings Bank, Hake's building, corner Milton street and Third avenue. Bank cpen Daily from 10 A. M., to 3 P. M. Monday and Saturday evenings from 6 to 9 P. M. Deposits received

from 10 cents

allowed on
;

all

sums from $5

President, Gustavus A. J. BraudSigel 2d Vice-President, F. Heyer Treasurer, Cashier and Secretary, Wm. Hoeland. lacht
; ; ;

Six per cent interest to $5,000. to $5,000 free of Government tax. 1st Vice-President, Gen. Franz Pfeiffer

Morrisania Savings Bank, corner Westchester road and Third avenue. Open Daily from 10 A. M., to 3 P. M., also on Monday and Saturday evenings from 5 to 8 P. M. Six per

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MOEEISANIA DIRECTORY.
President, H. P. Secretary, Eugene Ring.
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o ent interest free of

$1 to $5,000.

Government tax allowed on all sums from DeGraaf Treasurer, Alfred
;

Knapp

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MANUFACTURERS.
Janes & Kirtland, Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work. Foundry, Westchester Road near Benson avenue. Warerooms, Nos. 6, 8, 10 and 12 Reade street, N. Y. John S. Sanson,
Superintendent.

The Jordan L. Mott Iron Works. Foundry, Third ave., and Harlem Bridge. Warerooms, 98 Beekman street, N. Y. Superintendent, John Demarest.

Dunham &
&

Co.,

Piano Factory, Morrisania, between Mary

Melrose streets. Warerooms, 831 Broadway, N. Y. The Arion Piano Manufacturing Company, Westchester, Railroad street, between Retreat & St. Ann's avs. Wm. SimpGeo. C. Manner, Superintendent. son, jr., President
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PARKS
Karl's Park, Retreat avenue, between 147th & Henry streets. Christian Schaffer, Proprietor. Sylvan Park, foot of Fifth street, opposite H. R, R. depot. Henry Fried gen, Proprietor.

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