Marietta and Harmar listings 1871-1872

Wiggins & Weaver’s Ohio River Directory, 1871-1872


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Marietta (Ohio) Directory, 1871-72.

The city of Marietta—the County seat of Washington County—is beautifully
situated at the junction of the Ohio and Muskingum rivers, 204 miles
above Cincinnati and 196 miles below Pittsburgh, Pa, It is regularly laid out
with large town plat, wide streets—running with the points of the compass—
neatly planted with shade trees, large public squares and commons dedicated to
the use of the city. The first settlement west of the Ohio River, in the northwest
territory, was commenced at this place the 7th of April, 1787, since which
time the county has rapidly filled with an industrious and enterprising population.
Washington County borders on the Ohio River 60 miles. The land near
the river lies in large bottoms, whilst the interior is rough and broken, but rich
in agricultural and mineral wealth. The county contains a population of 50,000,
the city of Marietta, 6,000 inhabitants.

In point of educational facilities, Marietta stands amongst the first cities of
the West. Marietta College was located here in 1837, and now ranks among the
first of the country. Its alumni are found in the front ranks of every improvement
throughout the United States, looking to progress in intellectual culture,
and the advancement of education and good morals in society. The College has
the finest library in Ohio, containing over 25,000 volumes. A magnificent
library building has just been erected at a cost of over $25,000. It is to be used
jointly as a library and memorial hall. The trustees and faculty, in answer to
the demands of the age for increased knowledge in the practical sciences, have
made arrangements for a school of Mining and Metallurgy in connection with
the College. The Public Schools, with large and comfortable houses, supplied
with all the improvements in modern school apparatus, have attained a high
position throughout the State, and, in consequence, have attracted many
students from abroad, and furnish a first class common school education to all
the children of the city without fee or reward. Marietta has long enjoyed the
reputation of possessing the best system of common schools in the country, and
to enjoy their advantages has attracted, as residents, many families from a

Already Marietta stands well as a manufacturing place, and the day is not
far distant when it is destined to be one of the great manufacturing centres of

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Ohio. The country around the city is one vast, inexhaustible field of coal of
good quality, especially for all manufacturing purposes, and, with the railroads
now building, will bring a full and constant supply to our very doors, and at a
price but little more than the cost of digging. One large rolling mill, the
Marietta Iron Works, is in active operation, employing over 300 men, and
investing a capital of $75,000 per month. All kinds of iron are manufactured
at these mills; railroad iron especially is turned out in vast quantities, supplying
rail for roads all over the West.  It is supposed a second one will be erected
during the course of the next year. A large chair factory is doing a good
business, and annually ships hundreds of dozens of chairs, sofas, bedsteads, &c.,
to all points of the country. It furnishes employment to a large number of
hands, and disburses no inconsiderable amount of money in the course of a year.
A number of foundries and machine shops are constantly employed in filling
orders, turning out engines, agricultural implements, stoves, &c., and supplying
a vast portion of country. Prominent in this branch of industry, located
at this place, is the Penn Brass Works, which manufactures all kinds of brass
goods for rolling mills, oil mills, engine builders, steamboats, &c., which are
supplied to a large wholesale and retail trade. Many steamboats are built here
every year, and with the low price of lumber, and other materials, renders it the
cheapest building point on the Ohio River. Several oil refineries have been
erected here, and are doing a large business, and, being situated in the immediate 
neighborhood of the oil regions, produce a cheaper oil than foreign refineries
can possibly do. Tanneries, flouring mills, bucket factories, planing mills,
and woolen factories are all doing a profitable business, employ a large number
of hands, and invest a fair capital. Carriage factories, hub factories, and a
number of other manufacturing establishments are engaged in a profitable and
constantly increasing business.

THE MARIS BOX AND WHEEL COMPANY, located on the corner of Front and
Sacravia streets, with A. J. Warner, president, and C. K. Leonard, secretary.
This company manufactures the celebrated Maris Patent Wheel and Box, and
supply a very extensive trade. For description see advertisement in another part
of this work.


Several wholesale dry goods and grocery houses have been established here
and have been very successful in doing a large and constantly increasing
business. Drug houses, hat stores, and hardware establishments are numerous
and all doing a fair business in their line, and from the increased facilities for
transportation must greatly increase the trade in 1871. The wholesale trade is
in its infancy, but its location and facilities for quick and safe transportation
will rapidly develop a heavy trade. The retail business is large, supplying, as

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Marietta does, not only Washington County but the bordering portions of West
Virginia. Marietta may be said to be a great produce region, judging from the
amount brought to the city.

Marietta is connected with Cincinnati by the Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad,
three trains leaving and arriving daily. This road connects at Parkersburg,
West Virginia, 12 miles below, with the Grafton branch of the Baltimore & Ohio
Railroad, making all points south, east and west readily accessible, and, with
the Hocking Valley Railroad, at Athens, completing the northern route, and
bringing it within a five hours run of the capital city. A road is also building, —
the grading and heavy tresseling being mostly finished,—from this place to
Pittsburgh, Pa., by way of Caldwell, Noble Co., crossing the Central Ohio Railroad
near Cambridge, or Campbell's Station, Guernsey Co., 0. This road will
be finished during the next year and will open up the finest coal region in the
country, almost the entire route through Washington and Noble Counties being
lined with veins of excellent coal, varying from six to ten feet in thickness. A
company has lately been organized and incorporated for the purpose of building
an Ohio Valley Road from here to Bellaire, Belmont Co., and make the connection
at that place with the Central Ohio Road, the right of way being already
secured. With these roads in running order, Marietta will rank as the railroad
centre of eastern Ohio. A line of daily steamers connect the city with Wheeling,
West Va., and a tri-weekly line with Cincinnati, bringing it by water and
rail, in close connection with all important business points of the country.


Eight miles from Marietta are situated the Cow Run oil regions, being,
beyond a doubt, the greatest oil-producing region in the world, hundreds of
barrels being produced daily. It is transported from here to the Ohio River by
means of an iron pipe, a large engine being used to pump it into a tank on a
hill above the oil wells, and from thence it flows to another large tank, capable of
holding thousands of barrels, situated on the river, and there awaits shipment to
every part of the habitable globe. The oil found here is of a light quality and is
used in burning and almost all other purposes; it is found at a depth varying
from 600 to 700 feet. On the east of the city, at Long Run, heavy oil, used
almost exclusively for lubricating purposes, is found in large quantities at a
depth of 15 feet. This oil almost entirely supercedes lard oil for machinery, &c.
being much cheaper and equally as good.
Marietta is probably the healthiest city on the Ohio River, never having
been visited by an epidemic of any kind. During the cholera season, whilst
towns and cities above and below were attacked, Marietta remained perfectly


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free from its fearful ravages—the well paved, drained, and shaded streets being,
no doubt, the preventive.
Four weekly newspapers are published here—three English and one German —
all conducted in a highly creditable manner, and receive a fair share of public
The Children's Home, an institution supported by the county, is situated on
the Muskingum River two miles above the city. About one hundred children
are kept here, clothed, educated and cared for. This institution might be
imitated by other counties with profit.
A large portion of the citizens of Marietta are Germans, and are noted for
their industry, and as reliable business men, and to them the city is largely
indebted for the fact that it is now fairly awakened from its Rip-Van-Winkle
sleep and is rapidly progressing in all the elements of material wealth and




F. A. Wheeler, Mayor

D. B. Torphy, Clerk.

L. K. Dutton, Marshal.
Jauaes Mc Arthur Civil Engineer





W. B. Loomis,.Judge Court of Common Pleas.

A. N. McCormick, Judge of Probate Court
Jewett Palmer, Jr., Clerk of Court.
Samuel Grosvenor, Sheriff.

J. H. Newell, Deputy Sheriff.
Anderson Lewis, Auditor.
James Nixon, Recorder.
Anderson Lewis, Treasurer.


Baptist, Third and Putnam.
Congregational, Rev. T. H Hanke.
Episcopal, Second and Scammel streets, Rev. John Boyd.
Lutheran, Rev. Casper Moser.
Lutheran, (German,) Fourth and Scammel streets. Rev. C.. Fredericks.
Methodist Episcopal, Putnam and Second streets. Rev. A. C. Hirst. 
Mission Chapel, Second and Butler streets. 
Presbyterian, Fourth street, Rev. Wm. Addy.
St.Mary's Cathedral.
United Presbyterian, Third and Putnam streets.
Unitarian, Rev. Riley Johnson.
United Brethren, Fourth and Church streets.
Universalist, Rev. J. W. B. McMasters.
Whitney Chapel, Fourth and Washington sts.

FOR THE YEAR A. L. 5870—А. D. 1870.


American Union Chapter No. 1, MARIETTA, O.
Second Friday of each Month, March to Sept 7 1/2 o'clock—Oct. to Feb. 6 1/2 o'clock. 


American Union Lodge No. 1, MARIETTA, O.
Monday of or preceding Fall Moon, March to Sept. 1 o'clock—October to Feb. 6 o'clock.


Harmar Lodge No. 390, HARMAR, O.
Tuesday of or preceding Fall Moon, March to Sept. 7 o'clock—October to Feb. 6 o'clock. 

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In the following pages, ab stands for above; ave for avenue; ay for alley; b for boards;
bel for below; bet for between; (col.) for colored; cor for corner; h for residence; о for
office; opp for opposite; e s for east side; w s for west side; n s for north side; s s for south side; 
nr for near; wid. for widow; s and h for store or shop and house; st for street; r for rear.

It will be understood that the names and residences of members of firms 
following the names of each fjrm do not interfere with the regular insertion
in their alphabetical order. The names appearing in CAPITAL LETTERS are subscribers.  (Note: The first surname for each letter of the alphabet is also capitalized.)

ABBOTT. Charles, Fourth and Fifth.
Abbot, Wm., teamster, Seventh and Wayne.
АВЕNDSHAN & MEUSER, tanners and curriers, Montgomery and Second.
Abendshan, Jacob, of Abendshan & Miser, Fourth, nr Montgomery.
Ackinson, George, laborer, Front, nr Sacravia.
Ackinson, James, teamster, Second, nr Montgomery.
Adams, D. P., machinist, Putnam, nr Sixth.
Adams, Dennis, carpenter, Putnam, nr Sixth.
Adams. J. Q., printer, Fourth, nr Greene.
ADDY, WILLIAM, pastor Fourth street Presbyterian church, Fifth, nr Wooster.
Adkins, E., minister. Fifth, nr Wooster.
Akerson, Ephraim, laborer, Second, nr Greene.
Alban, D., of Knowles & Alban, b National House.
Albright, Bolsar, tanner, Sixth, nr Warren.
Alderman, E. R , gen'l ag't Charter Oak Life Ins. Co., о 77 Front, h Fifth, bet Putnam and Butler.
Allcock, Chas., shoemaker, Fourth, nr Greene.
Allen, A., machinist, Third, nr Scammel.
Ammann, Kasper, laborer, Church, nr Third.
Anderson Brothers, watches, &c., 65 Front.
ANDERSON, JULIUS L., assistant treasurer, and student at law, Washington, bet Third and Fourth.
ANDERSON, LEWIS, county treasurer, о Court House, h Washington, bet Third and Fourth.
Andrews, I. W., president Marietta College, Fourth and Putnam.
Angert, H., tobacconist, s 68 1/2 Front, h Fifth, nr Wooster.
Armstrong, Henry, butcher, Fifth, nr Putnam.
Armstrong, John, butcher. Church nr Fourth.
Arnott, Isabella, wid. of John, Third, nr Green.
Arnold, Albert, carpenter. Third, nr Green.
Atkinson, Dunlap, plasterer. Second, nr Sacravia.
Atkinson, Isaac, farmer, Fifth and Montgomery.
Averbeck, Sophia, Third, nr Ohio.
Atkinson, Martin, cooper, Front, nr Montgomery. 

BACHMAN, George, feed store, h and s Second nr Ohio.
Backer, Jacob, tailor, Putnam, bel Sixth.
Backer, Nathan, molder, Seventh and Putnam.
Backes, William, coal merchant, Third, nr Warren.
Backs, P., teamster, Church.
Bachman, Henry, chair maker, Wooster , nr Front.
BAHRENBURG, Dr. C. H., Homoeopathic pharmacy and dealer in drugs, books, 
    stationery, &c , s Front, ab Post Office, h Third nr Wooster .
Bailey, B. P., carpenter, Third, nr Marion.
Bailey, J. P., harness-maker, b Nott House.
Baldwin, J. W., watches, jewelry, &c., s 25 Front, h Fifth, nr Wooster.
Baldwin, Silas, cooper, Third, nr Marion.
Barclay, L. M., wid. of James, Fourth, nr Scammel.
Barker, Miss C. C., Sixth and Wooster.
Barker, J. D., dry goods and groceries, h and s Third, nr Warren.
Barnhardt, Jacob, laborer, Washington, nr Sixth.
Barrett, Lemon, cooper, Front, nr Montgomery
Bartlett, C. P., clerk, Second, nr Wooster.
Bartlett, J. C., physician and surgeon, h and о Front, nr Putnam.
Bartmess, Miss S I,., dresE-maker, Third, nr Scammel.
Battelle, А. В., gent., Fourth nr Putnam.
Battelle, R. В., clerk, Fourth, nr Putnam.
Bauman, Jacob, cigar-maker. Sixth, nr Wooster 
Baumgarttier, Anna, wid. of Frederick, Fourth, nr Montgomery
Bean, T. H., physician and surgeon, h and о Washington, nr Fourth.
Beach, A. P.. grocer, h and s Green, nr Fourth.
Beaumeister, Fred., clerk, Third and Montgomery.
Bechtold, Philip, tailor, Meigs.
Beck, Charles, shoemaker, Washington, nr Sixth.
Beck, Dan'l, Sr., clerk, Washington, nr Seventh
Beck, Daniel, Jr., laborer, Washington, nr Seventh.
Becker, Daniel, tailor, Fifth, nr Wooster .
Becker, Theo., carpenter, Front, nr Wooster.
Benedict, George, dealer, in dry goods, groceries, &c., s 07 Front, h Fourth, nr Putnam. Benedict, Irena, wid. of E., Fourth, nr Wooster.
Bennet, W. P., of Bennet & McLaren, Third, nr Washington.
Bennet, William, gent., Third, nr Washington.
Bennett & McClarren, photographers, Front, opp Post Office.
BERKLEY & DUTTON, dealers in dry goods, notions, &c., 55  Front

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Berkley, Austin, merchant, Fourth and Ohio.
Berkley, James E , clerk, Ohio and Fourth.  
Berkley, S. L., of Berkley & Button, Third, nr Washington.
Bernhardt, George, laborer, Third nr Putnam.
Beschamann, Jacob, laborer, Seventh, nr Warren.
Best & Bro., grocery and boot store, 10 Ohio.
Best, Henry, laborer, Washington, nr Sixth.
Best, Henry, carpenter, Washington, nr Fifth.
Best, J. H., of Hall & Beet, Second, nr Green.
Best, Jacob, laborer, Second, nr Wooster .
Best, Т. С , of Best & Bro., Greene  and Third.
Bickert, John, of Slocom & Co., Fourth, nr Greene.
Bigelow, Charles A., clerk, Fifth, bet Wooster and Washington.
B1GELOW, JOHN, manufacturer and dealer in boots and shoes, s 28 Front, h Fifth, bet Wooster and Washington.
Bishop, N. F., blacksmith, h and s Fourth and Hart.
Bishop, Nathan, lumber-dealer, о Fourth and Hart, h Fifth and Hart.
Biszantz, Conrad, gent., Front and Washington
Biszantz, (4. F., proprietor Biszantz House, Butler, bet Front and Post.
BISZANZ, PHILIP, saloon, Front, ab Post Office.
Bitton, William, laborer.
Bizantz. George, proprietor Buckeye House, Second, nr Greene.
Baker, Alpheus, Jr., gun-smith, Putnam, nr Second.
Blauvelt, J. C., oil-merchant, Fifth, nr Wooster.
Block, John, laborer, Mulberry.
Bloomfield, W. G., of A. Spencer, Nye & Co., Front, bet Scammel and Wooster .
Blume, Fred., ins. agt., Second, nr Butler.
Blume, Fred., tailor, Second, nr Butler.
Boeshar, Christian, carpenter, Sixth, nr Wooster .
Boeschar, Jacob, carpenter, Front, nr Wooster.
Bohl, Henry, of Bohl & Johnson, Third, bet Scammel and Wooster.
BOHL & JOHNSON, notaries public, real estate and general Fire, 
    Life and Accident Insurance agents, Front, opp Post Office.
Boldwin, S., cooper, Third, nr Washington.
Boomer, Hamilton, painter, Fourth, nr Washington.
Boomer, Louis, laborer, Sixth, nr chair-factory.
Booth, E. M., assistant cashier First Nat. Bank, Fourth, nr Putnam.
Booth, Frank, pilot, b Second, nr Putnam.
Booth, Henry J., book-keeper, Fourth, bet Butler and Putnam.
Booth, Robert, carpenter, Fifth, nr Wooster.
Booth, Maria, wid. of W. M., Sixth, nr Warren.
Borm, Antone, laborer, Sixth, nr Putnam.
Boring, Absalom, mason. Second, nr Greene.
Bosworth, D., P., of Bosworth, Wells & Co., cor Third and Putnam.
Bosworth, Wells & Co., dealers in dry goods, groceries and hardware, Front & Monroe. 
Bowman, William S., general insurance agent, 77 Front, b Greene, nr Fourth.
Boyd, John, pastor Episcopal church, Second nr the church.
Brabham, Walter, attorney,o Putnam nr Front, h country.
Braddock, Michael; gent., Washington nr Third.
Bratton, John, shoemaker, Fifth and Ohio.
Brenan, Frank, clerk, Hart, nr Fifth.
Brenan.J.J., dealer in groceries and provisions, Greene, nr Front, h Hart, nr Fifth. Brennan, Margaret, wid. of Hugh, Greene, nr Third.
Brice, Jane, wid. of Daniel, Third, nr Greene.
Brigham, A. P., of Hovey, Iams & Co., Third and Sacra Via.
Brigham, E. G., of Shipman & Brigham, Third nr Washington.
Brigham, Louisa, Front, nr Wooster.
Brigham, Lucus, gent., Front, nr Wooster.
Brinehardt, Philip, laborer, Fifth, nr Hart. (Rinehardt, Reinhardt, Reinhart)
Brockmyer, Frederick, shoemaker. Sixth, nr Warren.
Brookover, Thomas, engineer. Fifth, nr Greene.
Brown, A., carpenter, Sixth, nr Washington.
Brown, Anthony, mason, Wayne, nr Seventh.
Brown, August, laborer, Third, nr Warren.
BROWN, J. W. L.. merchant tailor, and dealer in ready-made clothing, hats, caps and gents' furnishing goods, 02 Front, h Fifth, nr Putnam.
Brown, John, laborer, Second, n Warren.
BROWN, L. S., dealer in ready-made clothing, hats, caps, &c., 39 Front, h Second n Scammel.
Brown, W. H., pres't Marietta iron works, Fourth and Wooster.
Brown, Dr. W. H., gent, Fourth and Wooster .
Brace, Aimer, livery and sale stable, h and a Second, nr Greene .
Brush, Alice S., wid. of Edmund, Washington, nr Third.
Brush, Edmund, clerk, Second and Washington.
Buck, William, clerk, Third nr Washington.
BUELL & BRO., wholesale druggists and dealers in paints, oils, glass, &c., 22 Front. 
Buell, Charles, lawyer, Greene, nr Third.
Buell, B. W., of Buell & Bro., Fourth, nr Putnam.
Buell, William H., of Buell & Bro., Fifth, nr Scammel.
Bukey, A. H., finisher, Fourth, nr Church.
Bukey, J. S., clerk, Fourth, nr Church.
Bunch, Robert, engineer, Greene, nr Third.
Burch, Hiram, gent., Fourth, nr Scammel.
BURLINGAME, MRS. S., dealer in millinery goods, 29 Front, h Harmar
Burns, Mrs. A., wid of J., Washington nr Sixth.
Butler, C. T., of Bosworth, Wells & Co., Second nr Butler. 

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CADE, E. J., wid. of John, Second, nr Montgomery.
Cadwallader, J. D., photographer, 14 Front, h Putnam, nr Front.
Cammel, Ellis, plasterer, Fourth, nr Butler.
Camp, G. L., machinist, Sixth, nr Tupper.
Carius, John, driver, Fifth, nr Warren.
Carm, Carrie, wid. of Jacob, Third, nr Putnam.
Carpenter, Мarу, wid. of Moses, dress-maker, Fourth and Greene.
Carr, G., collar-maker, Scammel, nr Fourth.
Carter, Diana, (col.) wid.of Dennis, Second, nr Washington.
Cather, Oliver, proprietor Farmers' Home, Third and Ohio.
Ceiger, Joseph, tailor, Second and Butler.
Chadwick, Susan, wid. of John, Third, nr Scammel.
Chamberlin, G. L., machinist, Front, n. Marion.
Chamberlain, L. W., lawyer, Sixth, nr Wooster
Chambers, Joseph, carpenter, Second and Putnam.
Chambers, S. L., teamster, Washington, nr Front.
Cheney, O. A., clerk, Sixth and Putnam.
Cherry, Mrs. E., wid. of Henry, Seventh, nr Wooster.
Cherry, William, mason, Sixth, nr Wayne.
Chesebro. Silas, mechanic, Fourth, nr Putnam.
City Library Building, Front, nr Putnam.
Clark, Miss E. A., Fifth, nr Wooster.
Clark, Mrs. F., wid. of Edward, Fifth and Wooster.
Clark, W. J., clerk National House.
Clintworth, John, painter, Warren, nr Third.
Clogston, C. W., clerk, Fifth, nr Greene.
Clogston, John, teamster, Front, nr Sacra Via.
Clogston, Luther, watchman, Sixth and Charles.
Clogston, Weston, teamster. Seventh, nr Hart.
Clous, Henry, molder, Sixth, nr Putnam.
Cole, R. D., carpenter, Greene, nr Fourth.
Coleman, Frederick, of Coleman & Strauss, Front, nr Washington
COLEMAN & STRAUSS, manufacturers of star family, extra family, extra flour, &c.,cor Knox and Front.
Compton, A. E., of Harris & Compton, Post, nr Ohio.
Congdon, J. W., broom-maker, Putnam nr Front, h Sixth and Washington.
CONLEY, HILL & CO., prop's Phoenix mills, Butler and Muskingum.
Conley, John W., of Conley, Hall & Co., Second, bet Putnam and Scammel.
Conrad, C., saloon, h and s Greene nr Second.
Conrath, Frederick, proprietor German House, Second and Ohio.
Conrath, Jacob, barrel-maker, h and s Marietta
Contner, Sarah, wid. of Alexander, Montgomery, nr Fourth and Newport Pike
Continer, William, laborer, Front.
Conway, F., dealer in millinery and fancy goods, s front, ab post office, h Second, nr Putnam
Cook, Charles, laborer, Fifth and Hart.
Cook, Miss L., milliner, s and h 7(i Front.
Cook, Pardon, gent., Front, nr Washington.
Cook, Sophia, wid. of Conrad, Second and Sacra via.
Cook. Susan, wid. of J. R., Second, nr Scammel.
Coonts, Lucretia, wid. of John, Scammel, nr Third.
Coontz, Mrs. Maria, wid. of Philip, Seventh, nr Wooster.
COOPER, S. A., agent and secretary Marietta Chair Company. Second and Greene. Cotton, J. D., physician, Fifth and Tupper.
Coulter, J., saddles, harness and trunks, s 61 Front, h Fourth, nr Greene.
Crandall, J. M , policeman, Scammel, nr Third.
Crickard, William, laborer, Sixth, nr Washington.
Cripps, John, painter, Montgomery, nr Second.
Curps, Andrew, butcher, Front, nr Sacravia.
Curtis. R. L., druggist, s 9 Front, h Greene, nr Fourth.
Curtis, W. F., of W. F. Curtis & Co., also, cashier of Bank of Marietta, h one half mile from town.
CURTIS, W. F. & CO., dealers in dry goods, groceries, produce, Wool &c., 11 Front

DABELE, C. F., blacksmith, Fourth, nr Greene.
Dabold, John, agent, Third, nr Warren.
Dabold, Daniel, laborer, Fourth, nr Cliurch.
DALE, E. R., cashier First National Bank of Marietta, Sixth, bet Tupper and Wooster. Dale T. D., book-keeper and secretary Marietta Iron Works, Sixth, nr cemetery.
Dana, L. D., of Dana & Ward, Sixth and Putnam.
Daniel, Jacob, shoemaker, s and h front, nr Wooster.
DANA & WARD, dealers in hats, caps, furs and gents' furnishing goods, 53 Front. Daniels, Hiram, farmer, Fourth, and Greene.
Daniels, Sarah, wid. of Horace, Fourth, nr Hart.
Danker, George, molder, Sixth and Cutler.
Danker, Henry, laborer, Sixth, nr Putnam.
DARROW, O. S., dealer in dry goods, trimmings, notions, &c; s 69 Front, h Front, nr Wooster.
Davidson, Charlee, carpenter, Second and Washington.
Davis, C. C., carpenter, Front, nr Montgomery.
Davis, Jethro, shoemaker, Fourth and Butler.
Davis, Stephen, boatman, Ohio, nr Fifth.
Davis & Muncy, barbers, 62 Front, (up stairs.)
Davis, Thomas, carpenter, Scammel, nr Third.
Dawes, R. R., of Cutter, Dawes & Co., also, vice president and treasurer of Marietta Iron Works, fourth, nr Putnam.
Debol, Hervey, teamster, Ohio, nr Third.
Debol, Lute, clerk, b Ohio, nr Third
Debold, William, teamster, Second, nr Washington.
Deel, Peter, sawyer, Sixth, nr Cutler
Diebel, Francis, в and h Fifth and Washington.
DeLong, Charles, carpenter. Fifth, nr Wooster .

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Deterly, Louie, carpenter, Fifth, nr Butler.
Devol, Miss A. A., dress-maker, Washington, n r Second.
Devol, S. M., cooper, Washington, nr Second.
Dickson.John, dyer and scourer, s and h Greene, nr Third.
Dilley, James, saloon, s and h Ohio, nr Nott House.
Dirks, August, miller, Front, nr Washington.
Donahoe, II., queensware, &c., s 21 Front, h Fourth, nr Green.
Dooley, J. A., Turner, b at Slattery's.
Dow, David, clerk, Seventh and Wayne.
Dow, John, laborer, Seventh and Wayne.
Driskill, W., farmer, Washington, nr Front.
Dulty, John, coppersmith, Greene, nr Fourth.
Dunigan, K. N., blacksmith, Sixth, nr Wayne.
Dunn, James, gent., Fourth nr Putnam.
Dutton, A. S. student, college building.
Dutton, F. H., wagon-maker, в and h Fourth, nr Wooster.
Dutton, J. В., mechanic, Fourth, nr Wooster .
Dutton, James, cooper, s and h Washington, nr Fifth.
Dutton, James, of Berkley and Dutton, Fifth, nr Putnam.
Dutton, L. K., city marshal, о Front, nr Butler, h Fourth, bet Butler and Greene.
Dutton, Scott, student, b Second and Putnam.
Dye, Amos, gent., Fifth and Warren.
Dye, James H., livery stable, s and h Third, nr Greene.
Dye, Jonathan, gent., Sixth and Warren.
Dyer, Thomas, turner, Seventh and Greene.

EBINGER, Jacob, harness-maker, s and h Front.
Edgerton, Austin, boot-finisher, Fifth, nr Wooster .
Edgerton, James W., clerk, Fifth, nr Scammel.
Edgerton, Luther, treasurer Marietta college, Fifth, nr Tupper.
Edler, John, laborer, Sixth, nr Washington.
Eells Geo. H., dealer in boots and shoes, opp post office.
Eells, J. M., manager Marietta Chair Co., Putnam, nr Fifth.
Esterle, Henry, of Slocum & Co., Second, nr Scammel.
Eggleston.W. H., undertaker, s Greene, nr Second, h Seventh, nr Wayne.
Elkins, Leander, engineer, Third nr Scammel.
Elleford, Wm., laborer, Seventh and Greene.
Elston, В., teamster, Second and Montgomery.
Elston, George T., of George T. Elston & Co., Front, bet Washington and Sacravia
ELSTON, GEORGE T. & CO., saw-mill and dealers in lumber of all kinds, Sacravia, nr Front
Elston, George, farmer, Third, nr Montgomery
Emerson, Mrs. Mary, wid. of Caleb, Mulberry and Wooster.
Emrick, Philip, carpenter. Fourth, nr Hart.
Eppelein, C. W., bar-keeper, 72 Front.
Ermlich, J. F., shoemaker, Front, nr Washington.
ERSKINE, WM., attorney at law, Fourth, nr Monroe.
Esterle, Fred, laborer, b Buckeye House.
Etz. Henry, blacksmith, s and h Third, nr Evans, Sarah, wid. of David, Hart, nr Fourth. Everley, Adam, teamster, Third, nr But1er.
Eveleigh, Jonah, laborer, Mulberry.
Everley, Valentine, teamster, Third, nr Butler.
EWART & SHAW, attorneys at law, Putnam Washington and Second. Collections promptly attended to.
Ewart, T. W., of Ewart & Shaw, Fifth and Putnam.

FABER, Mrs. F., wid. of John, Greene and Seventh.
Fawcett, Nathan, oil merchant, Putnam, nr Front.
Fell. C. G., tanner, Second, nr Washington.
Fell. C. J & Co., tannery, Montgomery, nr Front.
Fenn, Joseph, machinist, Second, nr Scammel.
Field, Francis, wid. of Richard, Second, nr Scammel.
Finley, William, (col.) teamster, Second and Scammel.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MARIETTA, Beman Gates, president, E. R. Dale, cashier. Front and Greene.
Fischer. Christian, farmer, Second and Wooster.
Fischer, Conrad, of Fischer & Bro., Wooster , nr Second.
Fischer, J. & Bro., boots and shoes, Frout, ab post office.
Fischer, Jacob, of Wm. Fischer & Brothers, Greene, nr Second.
Fischer, John, of Wm. Fischer & Brothers, Greene, nr Second.
Fischer, Wm., of Wm. Fischer & Bro's, Greene's Road.
Fischer, Wm., & Brothers, boots and shoes, Greene, nr Second.
Flagg, J. H., groceries, produce, etc., 8 Front, h Fourth, nr Greene.
Flanders, Aaron, farmer, Third and Warren.
Fletcher, James, barber. Seventh, nr Washington.
Folger, J. C., agent Adams Express Co., Hart, nr Fifth.
FOLLETT, M. D., attorney at law, o in Court House, h Front, bet Putnam and Scammel. Forester, Fred., bar-keeper at National House.
Foster, Silas, plasterer, Fifth, nr Ohio.
Fournaker, Louis, cooper, Montgomery, n r Fourth.
Foust, Christ., carpenter, Fifth and Warren.
Fowler, W. H., cabinet-maker, Sixth, nr Cutler.
Frank, H., clothier, 6 Front, h Ohio, bet Third and Fourth.
Franks, L. V., book-keeper, Washington and Second.
Franks, Owen, proprietor foundry and machine shop, Second nr Butler, h Second and Washington

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Franks, V. L., book-keeper, Second, nr Washington.
Frederick, C., pastor, German Lutheran church, Fifth, nr Tupper.
Frisby, James, laborer, Seventh, nr Green.
Fritz, Casper, plasterer, Third and Scammel.
Fulkison, Isaac, painter, Sixth, nr Hart.
Fuller, Aaron, cabinet-maker, Third and Washington.
Fuller, Albert A., clerk, Third, nr Church.
Fuller, I. C., cooper, h and s Washington, nr Third.
Fuller, J. M., clerk, Washington, bet Second and Third.
Fuller, S. A., cabinet-maker and undertaker,
Greene, nr Second, h Third, nr Church.
Fuller, S. H., mason, Sixth, nr Wayne.
Fuller, Theodore, carpenter, Third, nr Wooster .

GABRIEL. E. A.. harness-maker, Second, nr Washington.
Gabriel, Eliphaz, saddler, Second, nr Warren.
Gafkin, John, laborer, Sixth and Tapper.
Gaitree, Frank, clerk, Front and Sacravia.
Garen, Dudley, mason. Second, nr Marion.
Garen, Irene, mason, Second, nr Montgomery.
Garlett, Thomas, laborer, Front, nr Scammel.
Garry. Antone, teamster, Butler, nr Sixth.
Gas Work», Firth and Greene.
Gates, Beman, president First National Bank of Marietta, Fourth and Putnam.
Gates, E. D., of W. F. Curtis & Co., Front, nr Wooster.
Gates. Skinner & Co., 1ubricating oils, 2 Greene.
Gear, G. R , teacher, Putnam, nr Sixth.
Gebhart, Phillip, laborer, b Buckeye House.
Geneve, George, bookbinder, Fifth, nr Warren.
Gephart, Jacob, shoemaker, Fourth, nr Warren.
Gephart, Phillip, shoemaker, h and s Third, nr Warren.
Geren, B. S., mason, Second nr Washington.
Geren, I., mason, Third, nr Washington.
Gerhart, Peter, carpenter, Second, nr Putnam.
Gerhart, Jacob, carpenter, Montgomery.
Gerken, Anna, wid. of Court, Third, nr Scammel,
Gerken, Wm., laborer, foot of Cutler.
Gettle, Mike, shoemaker, Hart and Meigs.
Geyer, William, carpenter, Fourth, n r Wooster .
Geyhart (Gephart), Daniel, shoemaker, Sixth, nr Hart.
Geyhardt (Gephardt), Wm., clerk, b Biszantz House.
Giddle, Carrie, wid. of  T., Sixth and Montgomery.
Gilman, Mrs. E. C., Fourth, nr Hart.
Glidden, J. Jr., oil merchant, Third, nr Church.
GLINES, С. E., dealer in books, stationery, fancy goods, music, musical instruments, etc., 60 Front, h Fourth, bet Green and Ohio.
Glines, C. E., Sixth, nr Wayne.
Goddard, C. H., student, Fourth nr Scammel.
Goebel, L., of Schmidt & Goebel, township.
Goldsmith, John, drayman, Fifth, nr Hart.
Goldsmith, Wm., drayman, Third, nr Ohio.
Goodman, John, Jr., carpenter, Sixth and Butler.
Gorrell, J., cooper, Ohio, h Sixth, nr Putnam.
Gorrell, Ockum, carpenter, Sixth.
Gouedy, John C., barber, Fifth.
Gouedy, John, (col.) barber, Second, nr Washington.
Grabe, A., confectioner, h and s 43 Front.
Grass, Mrs. Eliza, wid. of William, Washington, nr. Sixth.
Grass, Wm., machinist, Montgomery, nr Third.
Greaves, George, spinner, Green, nr Third.
GRECIAN BEND OIL CO., 64 Front.  Charles K. Leonard, treasurer.
Green, Warner, clerk, Third nr Scammel.
Greene, Daniel R., clerk, Cutler, nr Sixth.
Greeneway, Wm., painter, Sixth, nr Factory.
Grosvenor, Samuel, sheriff of Washington Co., h and o Second and Putnam.
Gross, Mrs. E., saloon, 72 Front.
Groves, Henry, teamster, Fourth, nr Butler.
Grulton, T. L., machinist, Sixth, nr chair factory.

HAAG, Christ., shoemaker, Second, nr Putnam.
Haag, Ferdnant, carpenter, Sixth, nr Washington.
Haberling, Jacob, clerk, Front, nr Putnam.
Haereh, Henry, tailor, Washington, nr Second.
Hagan, Sarah J., wid. J. W., Front, nr Sacravia.
Hall & Brother, planing-mill and lumber dealers, Third, nr Ohio.
Hall, C. W., turner, Fourth, nr Warren.
Hall, Charles B., Conley, Hall & Co., Front, bet Putnam and Scammel.
Hall, E. J., shoemaker, Third, nr Montgomery.
Hall, G. B., of Hall & Bro., Greene, nr Second.
Hall, J. E., Sr., of Conley, Hall & Co., Second, bet Putnam and Scammel.
Hall, L. W., sawyer, Scammel, nr Fourth.
Hall, Lucretia, wid. of Willis, Second, nr Scammel.
Hall, T. F., gent., Fourth, nr Wooster.
Hamilton, wid. of Nathaniel, Sixth, nr Wayne.
Hannes, Charles, laborer, h Buckeye House.
Hannold, C. E., carpenter, Fourth and Warren.
Harris & Compton, dealers in lumber, shingles, lath and coal, Ohio, bet Fourth and Fifth.
Harris, Wm., of Harris & Compton, Fifth and Hart.
Harshberger, T. P., gent., Fourth, nr Putnam.
Hart, B. F., physician and surgeon, h and o Front, nr Putnam.

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Hart, Samuel, physician. 40 Front.
Harte, R. E., of Stafford & Harte, Third, nr Butler.
Harte, W. James, dry goods, &c., 63 Front, h Third, nr Putnmn.
Haskin, Adda, Mrs., Greene, nr Fourth.
Hartwick. P., cooper. Front, nr Washington.
Haste, Herman, gent., Third, nr Scammel.
Hathaway, S , book-keeper, Second, nr Scammel.
Hawks, T. H., D. D., pastor Congregational church Fourth and Putnam.
Hawkins, George C., book-keeper, Harmar.
Hays, Aaron, cooper, Fourth, nr Washington.
Hay, Henry, gent., Third, nr Wooster.
Hays, J., engineer, Sec under Greene.
Hedrick. Kate, wid. of Jacob, Third and Montgomery.
Hedrick, Mrs. Mary, wid. of William. Fifth, nr Washington.
Helme, William, carpenter. Fifth, nr Hart.
Henderson, George, (col.) waiter, Hart, nr Fifth.
Henneman, G. J., carpenter, b Third and Church.
Henneman, Jacob, carpenter, cor Third and Church.
Henniger, Charles, laborer, Fourth, n Washington.
Henning, William H., saloon, h and s 15 Ohio.
Herron, Joseph D., clerk, Church.
Hess, Jacob, of Weaver & Неss, Montgomery, nr Fifth.
Highland, Michael, laborer. Fifth, nr Greene.
Highland, Patrick, saloon, 8 Ohio, h Fourth, nr Greene.
Highlan, Thomas, teamster, Fourth, nr Church.
Hildebrand, Mrs., wid. of Jesse, Greene, nr Seventh.
Hildreth, Dr. G. O., physician and surgeon, h and о Putnam, nr Second.
HILL, K. F., dealer in dry goods, millinery, &c., 5 Front, h Fourth and Greene.
Hill, Hugh, gent.. Wayne, nr Eighth.
Hill, Jacob, carpenter, Third, nr Marion.
Hill, John, cabinet maker, Seventh, nr Butler.
Hill, Maggie, Fourth and Warren.
Hill, Silas, mason, Wayne, nr Sixth.
Hill, William, cooper. Third nr Marion.
Hinkle, Phillip, restaurant, 13 Ohio.
Hirst, A. C., pastor, M. E. church, Fourth, nr Scammel.
Hodkinson, George, foreman, Virginia oil refinery. Fourth, nr Washington.
Hodkinson, Matthew, proprietor Virginia oil refinery, foot of Montgomery, h Washington and Front.
Hoff, Alfred, woolen factory, Second and But1er, h Greene and Fourth
Holden, James, gent., Front, nr Scammel..
Holden, J. W., book-keeper, Front, nr Wooster.
Holden, Nathaniel, groceries, &c., 11 Ohio, h Front, nr Wooster.
Holden, James, gent., Greene, nr Pike.
Hollister & Michelies, marble-cutters, Front, ab post-office.
Holst, Henry, Front and Sacravia.
HOLST, JOHN, wholesale and retail dealer in flour, corn, hay, oats, and mill-feed, Front, nr Putnam, h Front, bet Washington and Sacravia.
Holst, Margaret, wid. of John, Front, nr Wooster.
Holler, L. W., confectioner, 8 Greene, nr Third h Greene, nr Second.
Holz, John, physician, hand о Second, nr Putnam.
HOOD, WALTER C., Marietta Times, Washington, bet Fifth and Sixth.
Hook, J. M., street commisioner, cor Front and Wooster.
HOPPMALL WM., manufacturer and dealer in boots, shoes &c., Front, n w s h Wooster, bet First and Second.
Horn, S. J., wagon and carriage-maker, Third nr Ohio, h Cairo, Ill.
Horn. T. J., carriage maker, Hart, nr Fourth
Homer, George, cooper. Church, nr Fourth..
Hostetter, Charles, carpenter, Church.
Hovey, Franklin, book-keeper. Second, nr Putnam.
Hovey, George, carpenter and builder, Sixth and Tupper.
HOVEY, IAMS, & CO., wholesale dealers in groceries, dry goods and notions, 18 Front. Hovey. James В., of Hovey, Iams & Co., Fifth and Wooster.
Hovey, V. В., clerk, cor Fifth and Wooster.
Hudson, Charles, cigar-maker, Church.
Huff, Ruben. laborer, Sixth, nr Warren.
Hunter, W. F., chain manufacturer, s Greene, nr Second,h Sixth.
Huschler, Mrs. M., wid. of Daniel, Sixth, nr Tupper.
Hutchins, Charles, tobacconist, &c., Front, nr post office, h Church.

IAMS. H. B, of Iams & Son, Fourth, nr Scammel.
Iams, R. P., of R. P.Iams, & Son, Hovey, Iams & Co., Fourth, nr Scammel.
IAMS, B. P. & SON, proprietors Crystal oil refinery, Second and Montgomery.
Iams, W. P., book-keeper, Fourth, nr Scammel.
Irwin, W., wheelwright, Second, nr Warren.

JACK, William, carpenter, Seventh, nr Wagner.
Jackson, Mrs. A. J., hair-dresser, h and s 45 Front.
Jdavis, James, (Davis, James J.?), laborer, Sixth, nr Washington.
Jennings, Junia, shoemaker, h and s Fourth, nr Hart.
Jennings, Charles, shoemaker, Fifth, nr Ohio.
Jenvey, Charles W., clerk, Fourth, bet Scammel and Putnam.
JENVEY, GEORGE, book-seller, stationer and news-dealer, s 41 Front, h Fourth, bet. Scammel and Putnam.
Jenvey, George K., bookbinder, Fifth, bet Montgomery and Washington.

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Jett, Charles, farmer, Fourth and Montgomery.
Jrtt, Edward T., clerk, Fifth, bet Wooster and Washington.
Jett, Ephariam, carpenter, Fifth, nr Washington.
Jett. Frank, carpenter, Fourth and Montgomery.
Jett, G. Т., carpenter, Fourth, nr Wooster.
Jett, Joseph, carpenter. Fourth, nr Marion.
Jett, William, teamster, Fourth, nr Marion.
Jones. G. S , book-keeper, Second and Wooster.
JONES, J. H., carpenter, Front, nr Sacravia.
Jones, James, teamster, Fourth, nr Warren.
Jones, Joseph, gent, Fourth, nr Putnam.
Jones, T. F., brick maker, Front, nr Washington.
Johnson, E. A., machinist, b Sixth, nr Factory.
Johnson, J. W.. engineer, b Sixth nr Factory.
Johnson. K., pastor Unitarian church, Fourth, nr Scammel.
Johnson, Willis H , of Bohl & Johnson, Second, bet Putnam and Scammel.
JONES, CHARLES, auctioneer and dealer in queensware, glassware, boots and shoes, hats und caps, dry goods and notions, s Front, nr Post Office, h Sixth, bet Scammel & Wooster.
Jones, E. W., manuf.. baking powder, Second, nr Wooster.
Judd, L. P., carpenter, Front, nr Washington.

KEEP, Anna, wid. of Barton, Church.
Kehl, Jacob, laborer, Montgomery, nr Fifth.
Keistermyer, Frederick, shoemaker, Fourth nr Scammel.
Keller, K., physician and surgeon, h and о Second, nr Wooster.
Kelly, Henry, toll collector. Second nrWooeter.
Kelly, Joseph, clerk, b Front and Wooster.
Kendrick, John, prof, of languages, b Wheeler's
Kennedy, Elisha, driver, Third, nr Greene.
Kennedy, G. W., clerk. Fourth, nr Washington.
Kennedy, William, gent.. Fourth, nr Greene.
Keong, Julia, wid. of Jacob, Sixth and Hart.
Kephart, Philip, gent., Sixth, nr Warren.
Kerns, S. F., peddler, Fifth, nr Montgomery.
KESTEL, GEO. M., brewer, s Second, nr Washington, h Washington nr Third.
Kestermier, Henry, shoemaker, Third, nr Scammel.
Ketter, С. С , merchant. Fifth, nr Wonster.
Kiger. T. C., physician, h and о Wooster, nr Front.
Killinger, Fred , tanner, h and s Sixth and Montgomery.
Killinger, Jacob, laborer, Marietta and Newport Pike.
Kingsbury, J. A., merchant, Front, nr Scammel.
Kline, Peter, blacksmith, h and s Second, nr Butler
Klintsworth, W.. painter, Fourth, nr Warren.
Knapp, С. A., turner, Third, nr Butler.
KNOWLES & ALBAN, attorneys at law and real estate agents, Putnam, nr Front. Knowles, Hon. S. S..of Knowles&Alban, Fifth, bet Putnam and Butler.
Koenig, Jacob, shoemaker. Fourth, nr Church.
Kremer, J. G., tailor, Fourth and Scamiuel.
Kropp, August, clerk. Front, bet Wooster and Washington.
Kueck, Frederick, grocery, s Putnam, nr Front, h Fifth, opp College.
Kunc (Kunz), Phebe, wid. of John, Second, nr Greene.
Kuntz, John, laborer, Fifth and Wnrren.
Kunz, P., dry goods, &c., h and s Front.

LAMB, Abbie, wid. of Alexander, Fourth and Washington.
Lammott, Forney, roller, Greene, nr Second.
Lammott, L. A., hardware, queensware, stoves, Ac., 65 Front.
Lancaster, J. L., engineer. Fourth, nr Warren.
Lane, J., teamster, Ohio, nr Third.
Lane, Jule, painter, Wooster, nr Sixth.
Lane, William, shoemaker, Seventh, nr Greene.
Lapham, S. S., washboard-maker, Warren, nr Third.
Lasure, Joseph, blacksmith, Fourth, nr Greene.
Lattener, Ailam, laborer, Sixth and Warren.
Laub, Charles, butcher, Second, nr Ohio.
Lawrence, Charles, laborer, Sevinth, nr Warren.
Lee, Wash., (oil.), laborer, Sixth, nr Tupper.
Lehnhard, John, carpenter, Sixth, nr Washington.
Lehnhard, Louis, carpenter, Fifth, nr Wooster.
Lenn, John, shoemaker, Front, nr Sacravia.
LEONARD. CHARLES K., oil merchant, and producer, treas'r Gas Co., sec'y and treas'r Maris Box and Wheel Co., treas'r W. C. Agricu'l Society, &c., &с., о 64 Front, h Front, bet Putnam a d Scammel.
Leonhardt, Peter, bakery, s Warren, nr Fifth, h Warren and Sixth.
Leonhart, A., tailor, Front, ab Post Office.
Leonhart, John, cabinet-maker, Warren, nr Fifth.
Lewis, David H., of Lewis & Son, Washington, nr Fifth.
Lewis, Mrs. F., proprietor Mansion House, Post and Ohio.
Lewis, K. W., carpenter. Third and Church.
Lewis, Jas., of Lewis & Son, Front nr Wooster.
Lewis & Son, groceries,.Washington, nr Fourth.
Lister, Elizabeth, wid. of Jacob, Second and Warren.
Long, Adam, driver, Second nr Montgomery.
Loomis, W. В., Judge Common Pleas, Third, nr Putnam.
Loper, A. S., miner, Fifth and Ohio.
Loper, J. A., boatman, Fifth and Ohio.
Lgrd, Henry, clerk, Greene, nr Fourth.
Lorey, William, lawyer. Third & Montgomery.
Loup, Charles, laborer, Second, nr Butler.
Lower, Jacob, farmer, Third and Warren.
Lutz, С. H., laborer, Sixth and Wooster.
Lynch, Mart, mason, Greene, nr Second.

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MACGINNIS, Patrick, peddler, Greene, nr Third.
Mahnkin, Henry, molder, Sixth and Washington.
Mahnken, John, carpenter, Sixth and Putnam.
Maloy, Ann, wid. of В., Washington, nr Sixth.
Mansion House, Mrs. F. Lewis, proprietor, cor Post and Ohio.
MARIETTA CHAIR CO., manufacture all kinds of chairs, bedsteads, &c., cor Sixth and Putnam. John Mills, pres't, C. A. Cooper, ag't and sec'y.
MARIETTA IRONWORKS, W. H. Brown, pres't, R. R. Dawes, V. pres't and treas'r. Mile Run, nr Marietta.
MARIETTA NATIONAL BANK, I. R. Waters, pres't, F. E. Pearce, cash'r, 14 Front.
MARIETTA REGISTER, R. M. Stimson, editor and proprietor, 19 Front.
MARIETTA TIMES, Walter C. Hood, editor & proprietor, 21 Front.
MARIETTA ZEITUNG, Jacob Mueller, editor & proprietor, o Front, nr Post Office.
MARIS BOX AND WHEEL CO., manufacturers of Maris' patent wheel, and all kinds of wagon and carriage materials, Front & Sacravia. A. J. Warner, pres't, С. К, Leonard, sec'y.
Maris, T. С., dentist, Second, i r Scammel.
Marks, John, dry goods, notions. &c.. Front.
Marse, Jared, speculator, b Sixth and Wooster.
Marshall. В.. photographer, s and h 75 Front.
Mason, Wm. В., postmaster, о Front & Butler, h Third, nr Sacravia.
Marvin, William, carpenter, Third & Greene.
Mathews, D. G., teller, Marietta Nat'l Bank, Filth, bet Scammel and Wooster.
Matthews, John, county auditor, Fourth nr Montgomery.
Maxwell, May, Second, nr Putnam.
May, John, laborer, Second, nr Greene.
McArthur, James, civil engineer, о 2 Greene, h Butler, nr Fifth.
McCalaster, M. J., wid. of James, Church.
McCarty, W. M.,oil merchant, Fifth, nr Wooster.
McCormick, A. D., pastor Methodist church, .» Fifth, nr Washington.
McClaran, Ben, harness-maker, b A. R. Nye's.
McCormick, A. N.. Probate Judge, Fourth nr Greene.
McCoy, Del., (col.), shoemaker, h and s Third and Ohio.
McCue, Patrick, laborer, Church.
McDonnell, Patrick, laborer, Church.
McFarland, Mrs., Greene, nr Second.
McFarland, S. В., Fourth, nr Scammel.
McGamman, James, belt-maker, Washington and Seventh.
McGill, Jas., engineer, Second nr Washington.
McGirr, A. C.,city constable, Wooster& Front.
McGrath, Thomas, laborer, Sixth and Washington.
McGuire, J., laborer, Washington, nr Fourth.
McLaughlin, Neill, carpenter, Third and Church.
McMaster, Rev. J. W., Universalist, Fourth, nr Hart
McMurray, David, cabinet-maker, Fourth, nr Warren.
McFarland, Patrick, clerk, Third, nr Scammel.
Means, W. C.. carpenter, Third, nr Putnam.
Meisenhelder, John, mason, Fifth, nr W ashington.
Melony, Samuel, carpenter, Eighth and Washington.
Meloy, M., laborer, Seventh and Washington.
Meloy, Peter, teamster, Seventh, nr Warren.
Metiicott,, Third and Washington.
Michaelis, Herman, stone-cutter, Butler and Post.
Miles, John, sexton, Fourth, nr Warren.
Miller, Benjamin, laborer, Sixth, nr Washington.
Miller, Conrad, carpenter, Fifih, nr Warren.
Miller, D., of J. & D. Miller, Fourth, nr Greene.
Miller, Frederick, laborer, Sixth, nr Washington.
Miller, .1., of J. & D. Miller, Ohio, nr Fourth.
Miller, II. J., plasterer, Fifth, n r Washington.
Miller, Miss J. A., Fifth, nr Putnam.
Miller, J. & Ü., confectionery, 68 Front.
Miller, John, laborer, Fourih, nr Greene.
Miller, Peter, laborer, Sixth and Warren.
Miller, T., laborer, Sixth, nr Warren.
Mills, J. L., professor Marietta college. Fourth and Butler.
Mills, John, president Marietta Chair Co., Fifth and Putnam.
Mills, John, Jr., manager Marietta Chair Co., Fifth and Putnam.
Minear, George, carpenter, Ohio, nr Fourth.
Miner. John, painter. Seventh, nr Butler.
Miner, John, engineer, Warren, nr Fifth.
Miner, Smith, sawyer, Sixth, nr Washington.
Minshall, F. W., oil agent, 64 Front, h Third and Sacravia.
Miner, Wesley, carpenter, Seventh, nr Washington.
Miser, L., tinner, h and s cor Fifth and Hart.
Miraben, B. V., printer, Fifth, nr Butler.
Miser, William, of Abendshan & Miser, Fourth nr Warren.
Mohnken (Mahnken). Frederick, laborer, Fifth, nr Warren.
Molter, L. H., confectioner, Greene, nr Second.
Montrose, Stephen, mason, Sixth and Hart.
Moor, F. E., railroad contractor, 2 Greene, h Butler and Fifth.
Moore, P. D., carpenter, Charles.
Moore, Wm., mason, Front, nr Montgomery.
Morgan, W. C. clerk, National House, Greene, nr Third.
Morken, Daniel, fanner, Second, nr Sacravia.
Morningstar, Frederick, barber, h and s Second and Ohio.
Morningstar, Jacob, barber, Second, nr Greene, h Greene, nr Third.
Morningstar, Michael, shoemaker, Second, nr Greene, h Fourth and Church

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Morningstar, Wal., shoemaker, Fourth and Church.
Могris. A. M., carpenter. Sixth, nr Wooster.
Morris. II. A., clerk, Front and St.. Clair.
Morris, W. P., carpenter, Third, nr Marion.
Morris, William laborer, Buckeye House.
Morse, J. P. D., butcher, Wooster, nr Second.
Morse, M., hats, caps, &c., 19 Front, h Wooster and Second.
Moree, M. J., gent., Second and Church.
Morse. Регsе, engineer, Fourth, nr Greene.
Moree, William, sawyer, Fifth, nr Cutler.
Moser, Casper, pastor Lutheran church, Third and Wooster.
Moser, Daniel, laborer, Seventh, nr Washington.
MUELLER, JACOB.. editor and proprietor Marietta Zeitung, Front, nr post office, h Front.
Mulhane, Dennis, shoemaker, Charles.

NATIONAL HOUSE, William Worden, proprietor, Second and Greene.
Naylor, A. W., shoemaker, Fifth, n. Washington.
Neas, Frederick, gardener, Fifth, nr Washington.
Neece, S. H.. clerk, Fourth, nr Washington.
Needham, M. H., carpenter and architect, Fourth, ur Butler.
Needham, Michael, carpenter, Greene, nr Fourth, h Fourth, nr Greene.
Nesperly, John, cabinet-maker, Second, nr Scammel.
Nether, Arnold, shoemaker, Fourth, nr Greene.
Neuberger, Anna, grocery, Second, nr Wooster.
Neuberger. Frederick, printer, Second, nr Wooster.
Newbeck, John W., tanner, h and s Greene's Road.
Newell, J. H., deputy sheriff Washington county, о cor Second and Putnam, h Cutler station.
Newland, Miss Lizzie, dress-maker, Front, ab post office.
Newton, Charles, book-keeper, b Mrs. Hall.
Newton, diaries II.. of S. Newton & Son, Sixth, nr Wooster.
Newton, John, of Newton & Curtis, pres't Bank of Marietta, Fourth, nr Wooster.
NEWTON, S. & SON, real estate, general insurance agents, and notaries, o cor Ohio and Front.
Newton, Stephen, of S. Newton & Son, Fourth
Nixon, C., engineer. Fifth,вг Washington.
Nixon, James, county recorder, о court house,
Noe, Lewis, shoemaker. Sixth, nr Tupper.
Nott.Purley, sawyer, Sixth, nr Warren.
Nye, A. R., gent., Third, nr Church.
Nye, А. Т., of Nye & Son, Putnam, nr Third.
Nye, A. T., Jr., of Nye & Son, cor Second and Washington
NYE, A. T., dealer in hardware, iron, nails, stoves, cutlery and agricultural implements, 10 Front, h Putnam, bet Second and Third.
NYE, A. T. & SON, manufacturer oí stoves and hollow-ware, cor Ohio and Muskingum. Nye, В. Т., oil merchant, Putnam, nr Third.
Nye, Dudley S., of Nye & Richardson, cor Sixth and Wooster.
Nye, E. W.,of Putnam Sons & Co., Washington, nr Front.
Nye, F., harness-maker, Greene, nr Second.
Nye, I. H., sup't gas works, Washington, nr Second.
Nye, J. N., saloon, h and t Greene, nr Front.
Nye, James W., of Conley, Hall & Co. Washington and Third.
Nye, R. L , attorney, Putnam, nr Front, h Washington, nr Second.
NYE & RICHARDSON, attorneys at law, Putnam, nr Second.

O'LARY, Dennis, turner, Sixth, nr Cutler.
Oldham, W. H., of Oldham & Way, Second, bet Scammel and Wooster.
OLDHAM & WAY. attorneys at law. cor of Putnam and Second. Collections promptly at tended to.
Oliver, James, carpenter, Greene, nr Second.
Ollbright (Albright), John, laborer, Sixth, nr Montgomery.
Olney. W. С .carpenter, Third, nr Marion.
Opp, Henry, laborer, Second, nr Montgomery.
Orr, Julia, wid. of James, Seventh, nr Washington.
Otterbein, J. D., saloon, h and s Ohio, nr Second.
Otto, Joach, shoemaker, Sixth, nr Wayne.

PAFF, Charles, painter, Fourth and Warren.
Painter, Thomas, blacksmith, s Third and Ohio, b Louis Науs'.
Paisley, W. H., molder, Second nr Butler.
Palmer, Jewett, Jr., clerk of court, о court house, h Second, nr Putnam.
PALMER, P. A., dentist, Greene and Front, First National Bank building.
Pattin, Richard, of Pattin & Wells, cor Washington and Third.
РАTTIN & WELLS, dealers in groceries, produce, provisions, &c. cor Front and Wooster
Patton, J. A., sawyer, Second nr Montgomery.
Paxton, J. C., auctioneer. Third, nr Warren
Payne, A. D. carpenter, Fourth, nr Wairen.
Payne, George, laborer, Fifth, nr Wooster
Payne, W. N., of W. F. Curtis & Co., Putnam, nr Harmаг.
Payne, William, farmer, Third, nr Warren.
Pearce. E. P., of Pearce& Triem, Putnam, bet Fifth and Sixth.
Реягсе, F. E., cashier Marietta National Bank, Fifth, bet Wooster and Washington. PEARCE & TRIEM, wholesale and retail dealers in drugs, chemical, paints, oils, dye-stuffs and fancy goods, Front, nr Post Office.

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Peddinghaus, M. T., jeweler, 81 Front, h Fourth, nr Putnam.
Peddinghaus. Mrs. M. T., jeweler, Fourth, nr Putnam.
PENN BRASS WORKS. A. F. Ward, sup't.
Penwell, Martin, teamster, Front, nr Washington.
Peters, David, tinner, Seventh, nr Washington.
Peters, Jacob, clerk,Wooster, nr Second.
Peters, John, tinner, Seventh, nr Washington.
PETERS, PHILLIP В., manufacturer and dealer in hardware, tin, copper and sheet-iron ware and oil-well casing, h and s Front.
Pfaff, George, laborer, Fourth, nr Montgomery.
Pfaff, John, laborer, Fourth, nr Montgomery.
Pfeiffer, J. M., tailor, also, nursery, Front, nr Sacra via.
Phillips, John, mason, Seventh, nr Butler,
Phillips, Lyman, mason. Seventh, nr Butler.
PHŒNIX MILLS, Conley, Hull & Co., prop's, Butler and Muskingum.
PILLSBURY BRO'S, agents for the improved Howe and Buckeye sewing machines, Front, opp Post Office.
Pillsbury, Geo. E., of Pillsbury Bro's, Second, ab Greene.
Pillsbury, J. P., of Pillsbury & Bro's, Hart, nr Fifth.
Pillsbury, James, shoemaker, Butler and Post.
Pillsbury, James W., of Pillsbury Bro's, Butler and Muskingum.
Pillsbury, Joshua, shoemaker, Hart, nr Fifth.
Pixley, B. F., farmer, Sacravia, nr Second.
Pixley, Frank, clerk, Washington, nr Fourth.
Pixley, W. W., carpenter, Washington, nr Fifth.
Porter, S. S., merchant tailor, 18 Front, nr Washington.
Porter, Thomas, tinner, Third, nr Greene.
Preston, J. J., gardener, Fifth and College.
Protsman, Le Roy, painter, Third and Butler.
Price, Logan, laborer, Fifth and College.

QUIGLER, Mrs. M. A., milliner. Front, nr Post Office
Quigley, James, laborer, Fourth, nr Washington..

RACER, W. P., contractor, Seventh and Greene.
Rampp, Joseph, shoemaker, Seventh and Putnam.
Rampp, Wm., shoemaker, h and s Second, nr Putnam.
Ramsey, J. V., gent., Second, nr Wooster.
Ranger, John, carpenter, Fourth, nr Marion.
Rarrick, Lewis, carpenter, Washington, nr Sixth.
Rathden, John, laborer, Washington, nr Sixth.
Raymer, Harman, tanner. Second, nr Greene.
Read, E. В., book-keeper, Front, nr Montgomery.
Rech, Jacob, machinist, Sixth, иг Hart.
Reckard, Alban, oil merchant, Fifth and Putnam.
Reckard, Delila, wid. of J. L., Third and Greene.
Reckard, J. L., livery and sale stable, h and в Third and Church.
Reece, J. E., plasterer. Fifth, nr Warren.
Reese, James, student, Second and Putnam.
Reese, Samuel, gent., Second, nr Butler.
Regnier, W. M.. clerk, Fourth, bet Putnam and Scammel.
Rehhm. Peter, laborer, Sixth, nr Washington.
REIBER, DANIEL, groceries, provisions, canned fruits, tobcacco, cigars,&c., 35 Front, h Fourth nr Warren.
Reiber, Amia, clerk, Fourth, nr Montgomery.
Reiber, Elizabeth, wid. John, Fourth, nr Warren.
Reid, T. J., wheelright. Second, nr Mont
Rein, A., of A. Rein & Son, Fourth, nr Putnam.
REIN, A., & SON, dealer in tin, copper and sheet iron ware, Green, nr Second.
Rein. В., of A. Rein & Son, Fourth, nr Putnam.
Reiter, Adam, plasterer, Sixth, nr \Vooster.
Reppert, Barber & Wells, produce, 3 Greene
Reppert, Louis, of Reppert, Barber & Wells, Fourth, nr Putnam.
Reynolds, A., gent., Fifth and Hart.
Rhodes, C. R., attorney, Second, nr Wooster.
Rice, A. J., carriage-maker, Fourth, nr Greene.
Richards. A. J., clerk, Sixth, nr Cutler.
RICHARDS, A. H., groceries, produce, provisions, tobacco and cigars, etc., Greene and Second, h Greene, bet Third and Fourth.
Richards, George, carpenter, Fourth, nr Warren.
Richards, Henton, clerk. Second, nr Greene.
Richards, John, grocery, h and s Second and Greene.
Richardson, Richard, machinist, b Front, nr Wooster.
Richardson, W. P., of Nye & Richardson, Second, nr Scammel.
Reidenor, Wm., merchant tailor, 23 Front, b Fourth, nr Scammel.
Rietz,, John, saloon, h and s Ohio, nr Second.
Robinson, R. T., molder, Second nr Putnam.
Rodick, Benjamin, of Smith & Rodick, b Front, nr Sacravia.
Rodick, H., of Smith & Rodick, Second, bet Scammel and Wooster.
Roemer, A., tanner, Second, nr Butler.
Roesser, Fred., cigar-maker, Front, bet two bridges.
Roesser, Win., Jr., shoemaker, Front bet two bridges.
ROESSER, WM., manufacturer and dealer in boots and shoes, h and s Front bet two bridges
Rogers, Samuel, engineer, Sixth, nr Wayne.
Rolston, W. L , gent., Fourth, nr Scammel.
Rood, R. H., carpenter, Sixth, nr Cutler.
Roschan (Roeschen), Dick, clerk, Buckeye House.
Roschan (Roeschen), Henry, clerk, b Buckeye House.
Ross, Andrew, dry goods, 33 Front, h Putnam, nr Second.

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Roseter, G. R.., professor Marietta College, Fourth and Putnam.
Ruckman, S.,oil merchant, Warren, nr Third.
Rumbold, I., farmer, Second, nr Butler.
Russell, Reuben, tailor, Ohio, nr Nott House.

SABIN, A. D., of Shaver & Sabin, b Fourth, nr river.
SAYRE, A. S., merchant tailor and dealer in gents' furnishing goods, collars, neck-ties, handkerchiefs, etc., also, agent for Singer's Sewing Machines, 59 Front, h Scammel, bet Second and Third.
Sayre, D. F., boatman, Third, nr Washington.
Sayre. S. S., artist, Church, nr Fourth.
Scherrer, Geo., grocer, h and s 16 Ohio.
Schlabach, C., dealer in groceries, etc., h Greene, nr Second.
Schlicher, David, laborer. Third, nr Montgomery.
Schlicher, Frederick, cigar-maker, Third, nr Monigomery.
Schlicher, Jacob, laborer, Third, nr Montgomery.
Schlicher, Peter, shoemaker, Third, nr Montgomery.
Schmidt, Edwin, tobacco and cigars, h and s Ohio, nr Second.
Schmidt & Goebel, furniture, 10 Front.
Schmidt, J. J., tanner, Greene’s Road
Schmidt, Louis, grocer, Front, ab Post Office, h Second, nr Butler.
Schmidt, Martin, of Schmidt & Goebel, Warren, bet Fourth and Fifth.
Schminke, Conrad, cl«rk, Fifth and Warren.
Schminke, J. C., clerk, Fifth, and Warren,
Schminke, John, shoemaker, Fifth, nr Warren.
Schminke, Peter, painter, Fifth and Warren.
Schoen, John, blacksmith. Fifth and Montgomery.
Schramm, Charles, gent., Fifth, nr Warren.
Schramm. David, machinist.Wooster, nr Front.
SCHRAMM, JOHN, dealers in groceries, provisions, produce, tobacco, cigars and notions, Putnam and Front, h Second, bet Putnam and Scammel.
Schramm, Phillip, boots and shoes, h and s 26 Front.
Scott, Theodore, teacher, Second, nr Putnam.
Seamon, Martin, carpenter, Front, nr Montgomery 
Searight, Edward, cigar-maker, h and s Fourth, opp Church                                                   .
Seebers, D., molder, foot of Cutler.
Seedman, Charles, carpenter, Second, nr Warren
Severance, Benjamin, teamster, Fourth, nr Montgomery.
Severance, Phillip, sawyer, Montgomery, nr Third.
Shaer, Peter, driver, Fifth, nr Montgomery.
Shaffer, A., of A. & L. Shaffer, Front & Greene.
Shaffer, A. & L., saddle and harness maker, 30 Front.
Shaffer, L., of A. & L. Shaffer, Front, nr Greene.
Shaffer, Jacob, laborer, Fifth, nr Warren.
Shaffer, John, laborer, Seventh, nr Warren.
Shaffer Rufu«, carpenter, Third and Scammel.
SHAVER, H. V., of Shaver & Sabin, b Fourth, nr River.
SHAVER & SABIN, general agent for Elias Howe sewing machine, 43 Front.
Shaw, E. D., student, Second, nr Putnam.
Shaw, N. H., painter, Fourth, nr Washington.
Shaw, R. K., of Ewart & Shaw, Fifth, nr Putnam.
Shaw, T. Z., painter, Fourth, nr Montgomery.
Shearer, J. K., farmer, Wayne and Eighth.
Shelb, Jacob, laborer, Second, nr Marion.
Sheppard, C. J., teacher. Fourth and Putnam.
Sheppard, L. G., artist, b Second nr Scammel.
Shimer, Jacob, shoemaker, Fourth, nr Washington.
SHIPMAN & BINGHAM, dealers in dry goods and notions, 2 Greene.
Shipman, H. В., of Bosworth, Wells & Co., Second, ab Putnam.
Shipman, Samuel, of Shipman & Brigham, Front, nr Scammel.
Sinclair, J. В., mechanic. Fifth & Washington.
Singleton, Richard, shoemaker, b Farmers House.
Skinner, D. C., gent.. Front, bet Putnam and Scammel.
Skinner, William, gent., Fifth and Cutler.
Slattery, J. A., clerk, Front and Montgomery.
Slocomb, George, carpenter, Sixth, nr Warren.
Slocomb, Silas, of Slocomb & Co., Fourth, opp College Square.
Smith, Adam, cooper, Third, nr Washington.
Smith, Henry, laborer, Second nr Scammel.
Smith, Allcock & Gettle, boot and shoe makers, Greene, nr Second.
Smith, Andrew, cooper, Third, nr Washington.
Smith, J. J., shoemaker, Mulberry.
Smith, J. L., teamster, Third, nr Church.
Smith, John, merchant, Front, nr Sacravia.
Smith, John, laborer, Third, nr Greene.
Smith, John, of Smith & Rodick, Front, nr Washington.
Smith, John, watchman. Fifth, nr Montgomery.
Smith, Moses, laborer, Mulberry.
Smith, Peter, heater, Third nr Greene.
Smith & Rodick, hardware, iron, &c., 20 Front.
Smith, Sarah, wid. of E., Greene, nr Second.
Snider, J., steam-bakery, h and s Third.
Sniffen, D. R., carpenter, Fifth, nr Putman.
Sniffen, J. F., carpenter, Fourth and Washington.
Sniffen, J. W., groceries, &c., s 75 Front, h Fifth, nr Putnam.
Sniffen, James, carpenter, Fourth and Washington.
Snyder, P. В., molder. Church, nr Fourth.
Snyder, Zack, cabinet-maker, Fifth and Montgomery.
Soller (Zoller), Julia, wid. of Henry, Hart, nr Sixth.
Soller (Zoller), Samuel, mason, Hart, nr Sixth.
Speais, Louis, laborer, Sixth, nr Cutler.
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SPRAGUE, J. S., dealer in groceries, provisions and manufacturer of cigars, e 83 Front, h Putnam, bet Third and Fourth.
Squier, Katie, Tupper, nr Sixth.
Stafan, Mana, wid. of Jacob, Third, nr Scammel.
Statfor, Spencer, attorney, Third, nr Warren.
STANLEY, J. W., dealer in furniture, carpets, looking-glasses, window shades, oil cloths, and house furnishing goods; also, agent for Florence sewing machine, s 56 Front, h Ohio, bet Third and Fourth.
Stanley, T. W., pastor Whitney chapel, (M. E. Church), Fourth, nr Greene.
Staples, J. C., book-keeper, Sixth, nr Wooster.
Starlin, William, blacksmith, b A. R. Nye's.
Stedman, Mies E. V., Fourth, nr Washington.
Steen, E. W., currier. Second, nr Wooster.
Steiger, Louis, butcher, Greene's road.
Stephens, J. L., gent., Fifth and Wooster.
Stevens, Daoiel, gent., Fourth, nr Hart.
Stevens, James, groceries, &c., s 81 Front, b National House.
Stevenson, E. W., agt tea company, Warren, nr Third.
Steward, Harley,clerk. Second,nr Washington
Steward, Joseph, engineer, College, nr Sixth.
Stewart, George, laborer, Second, nr Warren.
Stiffen, Louis, laborer. Fourth and Warren.
STIMSON, K. Hi, editor and proprie'r Marietta Register, Fifth, bet Woosier & Washington.
Stoehr, B. E., saloon, s Second, nr Greeoe, h Sixth.
Stone, B. F., Sen., gent., Sixth, nr Tupper.
Stone, M., pastor Baptist church, Fourth and Scammel.
Stone, S W., civil engineer, Fifth nr Putnam.
Stout, M., dentist, b Second, nr Scammel.
Straman, John, laborer, Scammel, nr Second.
Strawer, Daniel, barber, s Greene, nr Second, h Sixth, nr Hart.
Strauss, J. D., of Coleman & Strauss, Washington, bet Third and Fourth.
Strecker, Jacob, painter, Front, nr Sacravia.
Strecker, William, laborer, Fourth, nr Montgomery.
Striger, John, laborer, Allen.
Strieker, John, cooper, Front, nr Montgomery.
Strieker, Matthew, laborer, Second and Sacravia.
Stutzell, Catharine, wid. of Valentine, Fifth, nr Hart.
Styer, Ernest, gent., Fourth, nr Wooster.
Styer, William, gent., Sixth and Putnam.
Summers, Louis, gent., Fourth, nr Scammel.
Swift, Charles D., clerk, Third, bet Church and Butler.
Swift, John, blacksmith, s Greene, nr Second, h Third, nr Greene.
Switzer, Henry, wagon-maker, h and a Third, nr Warren. '

TALBOT, I. H., carpenter, Third, nr Washington.
Taylor, F. C., oil-merchant. Sixth, nr Wooster.
Teischer. Theresa, wid. of Henry, Fifth, nr Montgomery.
Tenney, E. A., wid. of Roswell, Fourth, nr Scammel.
TEST, JOHN, justice of the peace, о Putnam, opp Court House, h Front, bet Scammel and Washington.
Theabald, Charles, Third, nr Warren.
Theis, Chris., tanner, Seventh, nr Warren.
Theis, G. P., carpenter, Fifth, nr Ohio
Theis, Henry, clerk, Scammel, nr Second.
Theis, J., boots, shoes, «fee., s 70 Front, h Fourth and Greene.
THEIS, PHILIP, dealer in boots, shoes, &c., 8 Front, ab Post Office, h Sixth, bet Warren and Washington.
Theis, John, mason, Second and Montgomery.
Theis, William, shoemaker, Scammel, nr Third.
THE MARIETTIAN, Marietta Printing Co. Prop's. Front.
Theobold, Daniel, laborer, Second, nr Ohio.
Thies, Louis, shoemaker, Third, in Washington.
Thies, Wm., shoemaker. Second, nr Scammel.
Thomas, J. W., of Bosworth, Wells & Co., b National House.
Thomas, W., of W. B. Thomas & Co., Scammel and Front.
Thomas, W. В., of W. B. Thomas & Co., Fourth and Scammel.
Thomas, W. B. & Co., dealers in dry goods, trimmings, notions, &c., 17 Front.
Tibbets, Mary A., wid. of Horace, Second and Sacravia.
Tinkham, C. P., machinist, Fourth and Montgomery.
Torpy, D. В., city clerk. Third and Church.
Towsley, Darius, carpenter, e Second, nr Greene, h Charles and Meigs.
Towsley, John, carpenter, Hart. 
Tracy, A. H., clerk, Sixth, nr Wayne.
Tresch, Charles, gent., Fourth, nr Hart.
Triem, David, of Pierce & Co., Scammel, nr Third.
Triem, T., of Pearce & Triem, Scammel, bet Second and Third.
Tucker, Abner, laborer, Sixth, nr Wayne.
Tucker, W. H., laborer, Second, nr Washington.
Tufts, J. S., clerk, Post and Ohio.
Turner, F. S., of S. R. Turner & Son, Fifth, nr Scammel.
Turner, S. R , of S. R. Turner & Son, Fifth, nr Scammel.
TURNER, S. R. &. SON, dealers in dry goods and groceries, 15 Front.
Tuvil, John, laborer, Fourth, nr Montgomery.

UNGER, Jacob, shoemaker, Third, nr Butler.
Unger, Jerry, carpenter. Third, nr Marion.
Unger, Josiah, clerk, Second, nr Marion.

VANDALL, Edward, oil-merchant, Third, nr Montgomery.

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Vandine, L., laborer, Fourth, nr Warren.
Vinton, Thomas, cooper, Third, nr Warren.
Volkwin, Jacob, shoemaker, Wooster, nr Second.

WAGNER, John, «hot-maker. Second, nr Butler.
Wagner, Michael, farmer, Sixth and Wooeter.
Wagner,Michael, laborer, Second, nr Putnam.
Wagner & Schimmel, boots, shoes &c., Front, ab Post Office.
Wagner, T., of Wagner & Schimmel, Scammel, nr Second.
Walter, C. F , shoemaker, Seventh, nr Wayne.
Walter, Z. D., physician and surgeon, Second nr Putnam.
Ward, A. F., sup't Penn Brass Works, Second, bet Butler and Greene.
Ward, A. T., of Dana & Ward, Putnam, nr Fourth.
Ward, W. N.. book keeper, Second and Putnam.
Ward, W. S., dealer in real estate, and notary public, h and о Second and Putnam.
WARDEN, WILLIAM, prop. National House, Second and Greene.
WARNER, Gen. A. J., pres't Maris Box and Wheel Co., railroad contractor, oil dealer. and producer, о 2 Greene, h Butler, bet Fifth and Sixth.
Warner, Dr. C. C., gent., Washington, nr Fifth.
Warner, McArthur & Co., railroad contractors, 2 Greene.
Warren, William, gent., Second, nr Scammel.
Waters, А. В., gent., Fourth, nr Wooster.
Waters, I. R., pres't Marietta National Bank, Fourth and Wooster.
Way, W. O., of Oldham & Way, Hart, bet Fourth and Fifth.
Weaver, Frank, of Weaver & Hess, Fifth and Montgomery.
Weaver & Hess, meat dealers, Second and Greene.
Weaver, John, laborer, Sixth, nr Warren
Weaver, Nicholas, laborer, Third, nr Wooster.
Weber, Adam, plasterer, Sixth and Washington.
Weber, August, plasterer, Third, nr Woostsr.
Weber, Charles, painter, Third and Wooster.
Weber, Jacob, laborer, Seventh and Warren.
Wehrs, George, laborer, Sixth, nr Warren.
Wehrs, J. F., groceries, produce, &c., s Front, ab Post Office, h Second, bet Scammel and Wooster.
Weinstock, С., blacksmith, h and s, Second, nr Church
WEIS, CHARLES, groceries, provisions, produce, coffee and boat store, e Ohio, opp wharf-boat, h Scammel, nr Third.
Wells, С. В., of Bosworth, Wells & Co., Fifth, bel Putnam.
Wells, С. Н., merchant, Second, nr Scammel.
Wells, G. W., of Pattin & Wells, Second and Washington.
Wells, M. P., of Bosworth, Wells & Co., Second, nr Putnam.
Weltiken, George, carpenter, Wooster, nr Third.
WENDELKEN, GERD, dry goods, groceries, tobacco and cigars, h and s 46 Front, on Island. Wendelken, Henry, carpenter, Sixth, nr Washington.
WENDELKEN, HENRY, dry goods and groceries, h and в Front, ab Post Office. Wendelken, J. M., of Wendelken & Son, b Front, nr Washington.
Wendelken, M., of Wendelken & Son, Front, nr Washington.
Wendelken, M. K., salesman, Front and Wooster.
Wendelken, M. & Son, dry goods and groceries, Washington, nr Fifih.
Westgate, Frank, mason, Greene, nr Fourth.
Westgate, T. J., mason, Fourth, nr Greene.
Westgate, W. T., groceries and feed, Second and Greene.
Wheatley, Isaac, laborer, Second, nr Greene.
Wheatley, J. H., carpenter, s Second, nr Greene, h Greene, nr Third.
Wheeler, F. A., clerk, Putnam, nr Front.
Wheeler, F. A., city mayor and justice, Putnam, nr Second.
Whers, Frederick, merchant. Second, nr Scammel.
WHIFFLING, J. W., wig-maker and hair-dresser, 59 Front, h Second, bet Putnam and Scammel.
Whitman, C. C., gent., Sixth and Cutler.
Whittlesey, Jane H., wid. of W. A., Second, nr Putnam.
Widner, Stephen, blacksmith, Third, nr Wooster.
Wildermuth, John, shoemaker, Sixth, nr Montgomery.
Wilkin, Jacob, carpenter, Hart, nr Meigs.
Walking, John, laborer, foot of Cutler.
Williams, A. C., oil merchant, Fourth and Greene.
Williams, Lee, teamster, Fourth and Montgomery.
Williamson, T. W., agent, Second, nr Greene.
Willis, Reson, painter, Montgomery, nr Fourth.
Wilson, Henry, printer, Fourth, nr Putnam.
Wilson, J. В., tanner, Third, nr Warren.
Wilson, Mrs. S. E. F., milliner, h and в 43 Front.
Weis, Daniel, shoemaker, Third and Scammel.
Weis, Fred, tailor, Third aud Scammel.
Weise, Charles, grocer, h and в Second and Ohio.
Weiser, J., grocer, h and e Fifth, and Warren.
Weiss, Fred, hats, caps, &c., s 34 Front, h Fourth, nr Greene.
Wilson, W. W., oil contractor, 43 Front.
Winchester, A. S., printer, Second, nr Wooster.
WINCHESTER, E., printer, Second, nr Wooster.
WINCHESTER, T., printer, Second, nr Wooster.
Wiseman, Thos., laborer, Fourth, nr Warren.

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Wittlig, J., watch-maker, Sixth, nr Washington.
Wiseman, William, laborer, Sixth, nr Warren.
Wommer & Co., boots and shoes, &c., 66 Front.
Wommer, Jacob, of Wommer & Co., 66 Front.
Wood, Ansel, steward, Sixth, nr Putnam.
Wood, Jacob, tanner, Third, nr Scammel.
Wood, John, boatman, Charles.
Wood, Sheradick, laborer, Fourth, nr Church.
Woodbridge, О. M., assessor of internal revenue, Third, nr Butler.
Woodbridge, J. M., wholesale grocer, 24 Front, h Fourth and Scammel.
Woodruff, G. R., of Bosworth, Wells & Co., Fourth and Putnam.
Woodbridge, W., gent., Third and Putnam.
Woodruff, S. L., upholsterer, Fourth, nr Scammel.
Wylie, G. W., butcher, Fifth, nr Greene.
Wylie, M., butcher, h and s Greene, nr Second.
Wyre, Louis, grocery, h and s Sixth, nr Washington.

YOUNG, Jacob, carpenter. Sixth, nr Washington.
Young, Peter, coal-merchant, Church.

ZIMMER, Charles, clerk, Third, nr Scammel.
Zollar, Philip, teamster, Second, nr Greene.

Marietta Business Directory,

Arranged according to the various business pursuits.

Alderman, E. R., 77 Front.
Blume, Fred., Second, nr Butler.
Bohl & Johnson, Front, nearly opp
Post Office.
Bowman, Wm. S., 77 Front. \<
Newton, S., & Son, Front and Ohio.

Minslhall, P. W., 64 Front.

Agents—Real Estate.
Bohl & Johnson, Front, nearly opp Post Office.
Knowles & Alban, Front, nr Putnam.
Newton S., & Son, Front and Ohio.

Agricultural Implements.
Nуе, А. Т., 10 Front.

Brabham, Walter, о Putnam, nr Front.
Buell, Charles, Greene, nr Third.
Chamberlain, L. W., Sixth, nr Wooster.
Erskine, Wm., Fourth, nr Monroe.
Ewart & Shaw, Putnam and Second.
Follett, M.. D., o in Court House.
Knowles & Alban, Putnam, nr Front.
Lorey, Wm., Third and Montgomery.
Nye. Dudley, Sixth and Wooster.
Nye, R. L., Putnam, nr Front.
Nye & Richardson, Putnam, nr Second.
Oldham &. Way, Putnam, nr Second. 

Jones, Charles, Front, nr Post Office.

Leonhardt, Peter, Warren, nr Fifth.
Snider, John, Ohio, nr Third.

Bank of Marietta, 7 Front.
First National Bank of Marietta, Front and Greene.
Marletta National Bank, 14 Front.

Morningstar, Fred., Second, nr Ohio.
Morningstar, Jacob, Second, nr Greene.
Strawer, Dan., Greene, nr Second.

Barrel Maker.
Conrath, Jacob, Marietta and Newport Pike.

Bishop, N. F., Fourth and Hart.
Etz, Henery, Third, nr Washington.
Kline, Peter, Second, nr Butler.
Painter, Thomas, Third and Ohio.
Swift, John, Greeue, nr Second.
Weinstock, С., Second, nr Church. 

Boat Stores.
Best & Brother, 10 Ohio.
Weis, Charles, Ohio, opp Wharf-boat.

Book and Stationery Dealers.
Bahrenburg, С. H , Front, ab Post Office.
Glines, С. К., 60 Front.
Glines, W., & Son, 33 Front.
Jenvey, George, 41 Fourth. 

Boot & Shoe Makers & Dealers.
Bigelow, John, 28 Front.
Daniel, Jacob, Front, nr Wooster.
Eells, George H., opp Post Office.
Fischer, J ,& Bro.. Front, ab Post Office.
Fischer, Wm , & Bro's, Greene, nr Second.
Gephart, Phillip. Third, nr Warren.
Hoppmall. Wm., Front.
Jennings, Junia, Fourth, nr Hart.
Jones, Charles, Front, nr Post Office.
McCoy, Del., (col,) Third and Ohio.
Morningstar, Michael. Second, nr Greene.
Rampp, William, Third, nr Putnam.
Roeser, Wm., Front, bet the two bridges.
Schramm, Phillip, 26 Front.
Smith, Alcock & Gettle, Greene, nr Second.
Theis, J., 70 Front.
Wagner & Schimmel, Front, ab Post Office.
Wommer & Co., 66 Front.

Brass Foundry.
Penn Brass Works.

Kestel, Geo. W., Second, nr Washington.

Weaver & Hess, Second and Greene.
Wylie, M., Greene, nr Seventh.

Carpenters and Builders.
Hovey, George, Sixth and Tupper.
Needham, M. H., Fourth, nr Butler.
Towsley, Darius, Second, nr Greene.
Wheatley, J. H., Second, nr Greene.

Chair Manufactories.
Hunter, Vf. F., Greene, nr Second.
Marietta Chair Co., Sixth and Putnam.

Cigars and Tobacco.
Reiber, Amiel, 35 Front.
Searight, Edward, Fourth, opp Church.
Sprague, J. S., 83 Front.

Brown, J. W. s, 52 Front
Brown, L. S., 39 Front.
Frank, H., 6 Front.
Morse, M., 19 Front.

Coal Dealers.
Backes, William, Third, nr Warren.
Harris & Compton, Ohio, bet Fourth and Fifth.

Grabe, A., 42 Front.
Holter, L. W., Greene, nr Third.
Miller, J. & D., 68 Front.

Maris, T. C., Second, nr Scammel.
Palmer, P. A., Greene and Front, First National Bank Building.

Bahrenburg, C. H., Front, ab Post Office.
Curtis, R. L., 9 Front.
Buell & Bro., 22 Front.
Pearce & Tream, Front, nr Post Office.

Dry Goods.
Barker, J. D., Third, nr Warren.
Benedict, George, 07 Front.
Berkley & Dutton, 55 Front.
Bosworth, Wells & Co., Front and Monroe.
Curtis, W. F., & Cо., 11 Front.
Dairrows, O. S., 69 Front.
Harte, W. James, 63 Front.
Hill, E. F., 5 Front.
Hovey, Iams & Co., 18 Front.
Jones. Charles, Front, nr Post Office.
Kunz, P., Front.
Marks, John, Front.
Ross, Andrew, 32 Front.
Thomas, W. B. & Co., 17 Front.
Shipman & Brigbam, 2 Greene.
Turner, S. K, & Son, 15 Front.
Wendelken, Gerd. 40 Front, on Island.
Wendelken, Henry, Front, ab P. O.
Wendelken, M. & Son, Washington, nr Fifth.

Dyer and Scourer.
Dickson, John, Greene, nr Third 

Express Co.
Adams Express Co., Front.

Fancy Goods.
Glines, C. E., 60 Front.

Flour and Grain.
Bachman, George, Second, nr Ohio.
Coleman & Strauss Front and Knox.
Holst. John, Front, nr Putnam.
Phoenix Mills. Butler & Muskingum.
Reppert, Barber & Wells, 3 Greene.

Foundry and Machine Shop.
Franks, Owen, Second, nr Butler.

Furniture Dealers.
Schmidt & Goebel, 16 Front.
Stanley, J. W., Front.

Gas Works.
Marietta Gas Co., о 04 Front, S. Shipman, pres't, C. K. Leonard, treas'r.

 Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Brown, J. W. L., 62 Front.
Brown, L.. S., 39 Front.
Dana & Ward, 53 Front.
Sayre, A. S., 59 Front.

Beach, A. P., Greene, nr Fourth.
Best & Bro., 10 Ohio.
Brenan, J. J., Greene, bet Front and Second.
Curtis, W. F. A Co., 11 Front.
Flagg, J. H., 3 Front.
Holden, Nathaniel, 11 Ohio.
Kueck, Frederick, Putnam, nr Front.
Pattin &. Wells, Front and Wooster.
Reiber, Amiel, 35 Front.
Richards, E. H., Greene and Second.
Richards, John, Second and Greene.
Scherrer, Geo., 18 Ohio.
Schlabach, C., Greene, nr Second
Schmidt, Louis, Front, ab P. O.
Schramm, John, Front and Putnam.
Sniffen, J. W., 75 Front.
Sprague, J. S., 83 Front.
Stevens, James, 31 Front.
Turner, S. R. & Son, 15 Front.
Wehrs, J. F., Front, ab P. O.
Weis, Charles, Ohio, opp Wharf-boat.
Weise, Charles, Second and Ohio.
Weiser, John, Fifth and Warren.
Westgate, W. T., Second and Greene.
Wyre, Louis, Sixth, nr Washington.
Bosworth, Wells & Co., Front and Monroe.
Hovey, Iams & Co., 18 Front.
Woodbridge, J. M., 24 Front.

Jackson, Mrs. A. J., 45 Front.

Bosworth, Wells & Co., Front and Monroe.
Lammott, L. A., 05 Front.
Nye, A. T., 10 Front
Peters, Philip В., Front, ab P.O.
Smith & Roderick, 20 Front..

Еbingег, Jacob, Front.

Hats and Caps.
Brown, J. W. b., 62 Front.
Brown, L. S., 39 Front.
Dana & Ward, 53 Front.
Jone«, Charles. Front,, nr P. 0.
Weiss, Fred., 34 Front.

Biszantz House, Butler, bet Front and Post.
Buckeye House, Second, nr Greene.
Farmers' House. Third and Ohio.
Herman Home, Second and Ohio.
Mansion House, Post and Ohio.
National House, Greene and Second.

Iron Works.
Marion Iron Works, Mile Run, nr Marietta.

Livery and Sale Stables.
Bruce, Almer, Second, nr Greene.
Dye, James H., Third, nr Greene.
Reckard, J. L., Third and Church.

Lumber Dealers.
Bishop, Nathan, Fourth and Hart.
Elston, Geo. T. &. Co., Sacravia, nr Front.
Harris & Compton, Ohio, bet Fourth & Fifth.

Marble Dealers.
Hollister & Michelies, Front, ab P. 0.

Merchant Tailors.
Brown, J. W. L., 62 Front.
Porter. S. S., 13 Front.
Ridenour, Wm., 23 Front.
Sayre, A. S., 59 Front.

Millinery Goods.
Rurlingamc, Mrs. S.. 29 Front.
Hill, E. F., 5 Front.
Conway, F., Front, ab P. O.
Cook, Mies L., 75 Front.
Wilson, Mrs. S. E. F., 43 Front.

Musical Instruments.
Glines, C. E., 60 Front.

Marietta Times, 21 Front.
Marietta Register, 19 Front.
Marietta Zeitung, Front, nr P. 0.

News Dealer.
Jenvey, George, 41 Front.

Notaries Public.
Bohl A Johnson, Front, nearly opp P. O.
Shaw, R. K., Putnam and Second.
Ward, W. S., Second and Putnam.

Oil Dealers.
Blauvelt, J. C., Fifth, nr Wooster.
Hates, Skinner & Co., 2 On-one.
Leonard, C. K., 64 Front.
Hodkinson, Mathew, foot of Montgomery.

Oil Refinery.
Crystal Oil Refinery. R. P. lams Sun, proprietors, Second & Montgomery, Paints, Oils, &c. Pearce & Triem, Front, nr P. O. 

Oil Cloths and Carpets.
Berkley A. Dutton, 55 Front.

Bennett & McClarren, Front, opp P. 0.
Cadwallader, J. D., 14 Front, (up-stairs.)
Marshall, В., 75 Front 

Bartlett, J. С., Front, nr Putnam.
Bahrenburg, C. H., Front, ab P. О.
Cotton, J. D., Fifth and Tupper.
Hart, B. F., Front, nr Putnam.
Hart, Samuel, 40 Front.
Hildreth, G. O., Putnam, nr Second.
Holz, John, Second, nr Putnam.
Keller, F., Second, nr Wooster.
Kiger, T. C.. Wooster, n r Frout.
Walter, Z. D., Second, nr Putnam.

Picture Frames.
Stanley, J. W., Front. .

Planing Mills and Lumber.
Compton, A., Post, nr Ohio.
Hall & Bro., Third, nr Ohio.

Queensware, &c.
Donahoe, H., 21 Front.
Jones, Charles, Front, nr P. 0.

Railroad Contractors.
Moore, F. E., 2 Greene.
Warner, McArthur & Сч., 2 Greene.

Saddles, Harness & Trunks.
Coulter, J., 61 Front.
Shaffer, A. & L., 30 Front.

Biszantz, Phillip, Front, ab Post Office.
Deibel, Francis, Fifth aud Washington.
Henning, William, H., 15 Ohio.
Highland, Patrick, 8 Ohio.
Hiukel, Phillip, 13 Ohio.
Nye, J. N., Greene, nr Front.
Otterbein, J. D., Ohio, nr Second.
Reitz, John, Ohio, nr Second,
Stoehr, B. E., Second, nr Greene.

Saw Mill
Elston & co., river bank, nr Sacravia

Sewing Machines
Florence Sewing Machine, 56 Front, J. W. Stanley, ageni
Pillsbury Bro's, Front, opp Post Office.
Shaver & Sabin, 43 Fjont.
Sayre, A. S., Agent Singer's Improved Sewing. Machine, 59 Front.

Stove Manufacturers.
Nye, А. Т. & Son, Ohio and Muskingum.

Tanners and Curriers.
Abendshan & Meuser, Montgomery and Second.
Fell, C. J. & Co., Montgomery, nr Front.
Newbeck, John W., Greene's Road.
Roemer, A., Second, nr Butler.
Spencer, А., Nуе & Co., cor Montgomery and Second.

Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware.
Mixer, L., cor Fourth and Hart.
Peter, Phillip В., Front, ab Post Office.
Rein, A. & Son, Greene, nr Second.

Angert, N., 68 1/2 Front.
Hutchins, Charles, Front, nr Post Office
Richards, E. H., Greene and Second.
Schmidt, Edwin, Ohio, nr Second.
Schramm, John, Front and Putnam.
Sprague, J. S., 83 Front.
Wendelken, H., Front, ab Post Office.

Berkley & Dutton, 65 Front.
Darrow, O. S., 69 Front.

Dana & Ward, 53 Front.

Eggleston, W. H., Greene, nr Second.
Füller, S. A., Greene, nr Second.

Dutton, F. H., Fourth, nr Wooster.
Horn, S. J., Third, nr Ohio.
Switzer, Henry, Third, nr Warren.

Watch-Makers and Jewelers.
Anderson Brothers, 65 Front.
Baldwin, J. W., 25 Front.
Peddinghaus, M. T., 81 Front.

Wheel Boxes, &c.
Maris Box and Wheel Co., factory Front and Sacravia, о 64 Front, A. J. Warпег, pres't, C. K. Leonard, sec'y.

Whiffling, J. W., 59 Front.

Wool Dealers.
Curtis, W. F. A Co., 11 Front.
Hoff, Alfred, cor Second and Butler.


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ADAMS, A., restaurant, Church, nr Front.
Alcock,, W. B., carpenter, Gilman.
Allee, William, mechanical sup't M. & C. R.R., Market.
Allen, George L., of Allen & Regnier, Railroad and Third.
Allen & Regnier, groceries, &c., Church, nr Second.
Asbury, Ambrose, gent., Franklin, ab Putnam.
Athey, C. W., dry goods and groceries, Gilman.

BABCOCK, J. W., painter, Franklin, ab Putnam.
Barber & Co., dry goods and groceries, Second and Ohio.
Barber, David, of Barber & Co., Second and Market.
Barber, Levi, of Reppard, Barber & Co., Front.
Bartlett, J. W., foreman, Market.
Baumgartner, Lewis, teamster, Lancaster.
Beltz, John, cooper, Gilman.
Berry, Zenas A., of A. F. Ward & Co., Franklin ab Putnam.
Bisbee, William, clerk in foundry, Lancaster.
Bishop, Mrs. Mary, wid. of William, Franklin.
Blair, Joel, machinist, Third, nr Ohio.
Boothby, William, carpenter, Lancaster.
Bosworth, George S., of B. S. Higley & Co., Second, bet Church and North.
Brosby, C., boiler, Lancaster.
Burlingame, Mrs. S., wid. of Luther, Putnam.
Buzzard, Philip, carpenter, Second, nr Market.

CALHOUN, John P., roller in rolling-mill, Lancaster.
Capin, Harrow, mayor of Harmar, Second, nr the river.
Carpenter, John, laborer, Third and Ohio.
Caywood, Albert, druggist, Church, nr Second.
Caywood, W., carpenter, Church, nr Second.
Cecil, George, laborer, Market.
Chambers, O. J., merchant, Second, nr Market.
Childers, William, laborer, Front.
Childs, Daniel, roller, Second, nr river.
Clark, Thomas, heater, Second, nr Market.
Conrady, John, machinist ab Putnam.
Cox, G. N., gentll, Third nr Railroad.
Cox., Samuel, mason, Market and Third.
Cunningham, Thomas, peddler, Market and Third.
Curtis, Augustus, miller, River, nr Bridge.
Curtis, C. M., of B. S. Higley & Co., Muskingum, bet Church and North.

DANIELS, Joseph, machinist, Ohio, nr Third.
Daniels, Mrs. S., wid. of Abram, Putnam.
Davis, A., heater rolling mill, Gilmore (Gilman?).
Davis, W. S., teamster, Lancaster.
Deeble, Charles, shoemaker, Lancaster.
Defibaugh, E. P., laborer, Second, nr Church.
DETZER, FREDERICK, dry goods, groceries, confectionery & bakery, h and s Church, nr Second.
Dilley, James, caulker, river bank and Second.
Dow, E., gent., Ohio, bet Second and Third.
Duffy, Peter, laborer, Third, nr Ohio.
Dumble, J. W., printer, Franklin and Putnam.
Dye, Moffatt, merchant, Franklin.

FEARING, Henry, gentl, Second and Market.
Fearing, Silas, gent., Franklin.
Flanders, Converse, salesman, Railroad nr Third.
Fletcher, Jesse, cook, ab Putnam.

GALEAR, Thomas, boiler, Market and Second.
Gallagher, Mrs. Mary, wid. of Thomas, Second nr Church.

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Gerken, George, confectioner, Church nr Front.
Gerken, Henry, dealer in dry goods and groceries, Church and Muskingum.
Gleason, Mike, laborer, Franklin.
Gosset, E., Market and Third.
Grab, Mrs. F., wid. of Henry, Lancaster.
Griffith, John, boiler, Gilmore (Gilman?).
Gurley, W. H., gent., Second, nr the river.

HALE, Owen, carpenter, Second, nr Market.
Hale, Selkirk, carpenter, Ohio, nr Third.
Hall, J. J., tobacconist, Lancaster.
HARMAR FLOURING MILLS, B. S. Higley & Co., proprietors, Church and Muskingum.
Harris, Samuel, teamster, Franklin, ab Railroad.
Harrison, George W., laborer, Church, nr Fourth.
Hart, Columbus, carpenter, Franklin and Putnam.
Hart, J. T., contractor, Front.
Hart, R. B., clerk, Second, nr the river.
Hart, S. M., dentist, o Second, a river, b Putnam House.
Hartwick, John, roller, Front.
Hawkins, George C., Franklin and Putnam.
Haynes, John, heater, Front.
Hayward, Rotheus, sheet-iron works, Gilmore (Gilman?).
Helt, F., engineer, Franklin.
Helt, Nicholas, boiler, Market and Franklin.
HIgley, B. S., of B. S. Higley & Co., Third, nr Harmar.
HIGLEY, B. W., & CO., manufacturers and dealers in flour, meal and feed, Church and Muskingum.
Hill, E. D., dealer in ready-made clothing, Front.
Holden, Mrs. Mary, wid. of Joseph, Front.
Holland, J. B., boiler, Lancaster.
HOllister, W. B., marble-cutter, Gilman.
Howison, Mrs. E., wid. of Robert, Second, nr. Church.
Huggins, Jason, portable saw-mill, Gilman.

IRVINE, Mrs. Fannie, milliner, h and s Church, nr Front.

JEWELL, Mrs. A., wid. of Silas T., Second, nr Market.
Jones, J. M., bricklayer, Lancaster.
Judd, C., wid., Gilmore (Gilman?)
Judd, Merritt, toll-keeper, River, nr Bridge.

KINNAIRD, Matthew, teamster, Franklin, ab Putnam.
Klen, Henry, boiler, Franklin, ab Putnam.
Knox, Charles, of Knox & Bros., river bank, nr Second.
Knox, Edward, boatman, Front.
Knox, M. G., boat-builder, Second, nr Market.
Knox, William, boatman, Third, nr Ohio.
Kropp, Wm., clerk, Putnam.

LAFFLAND, Sanford, miller, Lancaster.
Levecy, John, pilot, Second, nr River.
Lewis, William, heater, Market and Front.
Loeker, J., wid. of Geo., Franklin, ab Putnam.
Loughridge, S. O., physician and surgeon, o Front, b Mansion House.
Lucas, Harry G., telegraph operator, Gilmore (Gilman?).
Luthringer, Emry, dealer in  hardware, tinware, &c., h and s Church, nr Front.
Luthringer, Joseph, tinner, Second, nr Church.

MAAS, John, baker and confectioner, h and s Second, nr River.
Marsh, George, mechanic, Lancaster.
Marshall, T. L., dealer in groceries, &c., h and s Church nr Second.
McClaran, Peter, marble-cutter, Muskingum, nr Front.
McConnell, James, machinist, Lancaster.
McCoy, W. W., carpenter, Second, nr Church.
McGinty, Neil, laborer, Third, nr railroad.
McTarry, Rev. James, pastor A. M. E. church, b Franklin, ab Putnam.
Mitchell, Mark, watchman, Market.
Morris, J. S., miller, Franklin, ab Putnam.
Morris, Sarah, wid. Market.
Morse, Manley, prop. Putnam House, Second, nr River.
Muncy, Jefferson, barber, s Putnam House, h Second, nr Market.

NAYLOR, William M., of Turner, Dye & Col, Church, nr Fourth.
Naylor, J., shoemaker, Lancaster.
Newby, G., barber, Church, nr Front.
Noon, Anthony, gent., Market.
Nugent, George, mechanic, ab Putnam.

PARKER, J. S., coal-merchant, Third, nr Market.
Pattin, T. J., manufacturere of wooden ware, Main, nr Putnam.
Payne, W. N., merchant, Putnam.
Peterson, John, cabinet-maker, Church, nr Third.
Pfaff, Lewis, machinist, Franklin.
Phillips, William, ruffler, Second, nr River.
Pixley, Argalus, carpenter, Franklin, ab Putnam.
Preston, Calvin, teamster, Lancaster.
Preston, Calvin J., bucket-factory, Lancaster.
Price, William, teamster, Third, nr Ohio.
Pugh, David, carpenter, Harmar Square.
Pugh, Mary A., wid. of Robert, Third, nr Market.
Pugh, Thomas, laborer, Third and Ohio.
Purcell, Jacob, mill-wright, Main, nr Putnam.
Putnam, David, retired merchant, head of Church.
Putnam, David, farmer, Harmar Hill.
Putnam, Douglass, of Putnam & Sons, Harmar Hill.
Putnam, Lydia, wid., Muskingum

RACER, G. C., clerk, Franklin.
Reed, D. M., books, papers, &c., Church, nr Second.
Reed., D. W., druggist, Second, nr Church.
Reed, George W., of Reed & Marshall, Second and Railroad.
REED & MARSHALL, dealers in drugs, medicines, perfumery, paints, oils, varnishes, dye stuffs and fancy articles, Church and Second.
Rees, J. R., hooper, Lancaster.
Regnier, F. A., of Alllen & Regnier, Railroad and Second.
Reynolds, Timothy, landlord, Market and Third.
Roderick, David, boiler, Second, nr River.
Roush, William, shearman, Second, nr Church.
Rowlins, Thomas, watchman, Market.

SCHOTT, Henry, shoemaker, Franklin.
Scott, Isaiah, stone-cutter, Lancaster.
Scott, John, blacksmith, Front.
Sharp, D. W., carpenter, Third and Gilman.
Sharpe, C. T., gent., Third, nr Ohio.
Shepard, C., tanner, Franklin, ab Railroad.
Smith, E. G., mason, Second, nr Market.
Smith, J. W., slater, Franklin, ab Railroad.
Smith, Jacob, (col.,), laborer, Second, nr River.
Smith, Joseph, blacksmith, Second, nr Market.
Smith, W. H., of Barber & Co., Third, bet Market and Ohio.
Smith, William, miller, Lancaster.
Spaulding, Isaac, pump-maker, Ohio, bet Second and Third.
Spear, Samuel, mason, Front.
Stafford, Patrick, boiler, Second, nr Market.
Starlin, Ebenezer, supervisor, Gilman.
STEVENS, GEORGE P., dry goods, groceries, produce, tobacco and cigars, s Church and Second, h Second, nr Church.
Stevens, J. G., physician, Church, nr Third.
Stone, Augustus, gent., Franklin and Putnam.
Stone, Daniel, lock-tender, Muskingum.
Stratton, J. P., wid. of George E., Putnam.
Strecker, George, boiler-maker, Franklin, ab Railroad.
Strobel, C. L., boiler, ab Putnam.
Strobel, J. H., heater, Sedond, nr River.
Stufflebeam, Calvin, railroad iron rolling mill.
Suthers, Esther, wid. of William, Second, nr River.

TEID, Peter, engineer, Lancaster.
Thompson, H. D., brick-layer, ab Putnam.
TIBBETTS, W. L., tanner and cutter, Second.
Tidd, Samuel H., carpenter, Gilman.
Tornes, William, shoemaker, Lancaster.
Towsley, Frank, carpenter, Church, nr Front.
Trautman, John, clerk, Lancaster.
Turner, Dye & Co., dealers in dry goods, &c., Church and Second.
Turner, Thomas M., merchant, Second and Railroad.

WAGNER, A., proprietor Valley House, Second and Church.
Wakefield, William, pastor First Congregational Church, Franklin.
Wallace, B. H., pastor M. E. (Methodist Episcopal) Church, Second, nr Market.
Wells, T. K., of Reppard, Barber & Co., Front.
Westwood, John, rolling mill, Franklin, ab Putnam.
Wheeler, Lemuel, gent., Second, nr Railroad.
Winchester, A., mail-carrier, Church, nr Third.
Worster, Jefferson, stone-mason, Putnam.

YOUNG, Mrs. Lydia, post mistress, Church, nr Second.