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The Policies of this Company cover damage by Lis:htniiig to
Buildinp^s or contents, including Live Stock, whether fire

ensues or not.



The Company has now been doing business for over a third of a century, and has
never failed to pay a just and i)roper claim against it. Its losses are adjusted and
paid with promptness and libei-ality, and in this respect it challenges comparison with
any company in existence. Its business is conducted on a purely rmilmd principle,
and all its members are precisely on the same footing.



Henry C. Johnson,
A. Stewart Davis,
William Power,



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Wm. Davls, Jr.,
Jas. G. Foster,
Thomas McCleary,



James D. Gill.
D. G. Shryock.
C. H. Blystone.



HENRY C. JOHNSON, President.



WM. DAVIS, Jr., Treasurer.



G. W. ADAMS, Secretary.



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POSITIVE DIAGNOSIS ! ! POSITIVE TREATMENT ! !

PERSONAL EXAMINATIONS CAREFULLY MADE BY

Physician for the Exclusive Treatment of all Chronic Diseases.

For nearly fifteen years past, Dr. Clark has made regular professional visits to
Pittsburg, Philadelphia, New York, Albany, Elmira, Binghamtou and many other
large towns and cities of Pennsylvania, New York and the New England States.

Patients wishing to visit him personally can ascertain the date of his many profes-
sional appointments by addressing

r>ii. I?. oi_^i4^Kit,

(at his old Country Residence, Scenery Hill, Pa.,)
Or his present Corresponding Office, Washington, Washington Co., Pa. [Box 511]

Dr. Clark's claims to the patronage of the afflicted public consists in his belief
that every fully developed constitutional chronic disease presents its own specific
diagnostic or characteristic symptoms, which, if thoroughly understood by the Phy-
sician, can be accurately pointed out and descril^ed to the entire satisfaction of
every patient.

Hence Dr. Clark makes his examinations without questioning patients, or allowing
them to make any statement concerning their disease, or its symptoms.

If such examination and description is not in strict accordance with the disease
and its symptoms, as patients know them to exist, all such patients are advised to
go elsewhere for treatment, as by this standard only will Dr. Clark examine and
treat Chronic Diseases.

An examination from Dr, Clark, or a personal interview, will convince the incredu-
lous or satisfy any one of his professional ability, derived from a large experience.

The Doctor's private character is unimpeachaljle, and his references comprise
many of the best men in this and adjoining States.

Dr. Clark cordially invites all of that large class of afflicted humanity, who say,
'"'■ they have, taken eeeti/thi)i(j^ and are no belter;'''' who have employed all sorts of doc-
tors without relief, and who have lost all confidence in medicines, as well as doctors
&e. ; who believe they never can be cured; who are discouraged and despondent;
who say, " If I was only well, like my neighljor, how happy I would feel;" who feel
that the world and disease deals harshly with them, and finally those who are mis-
erable under affliction, or those who accept disease as a dispensation of Divine Provi-
dence, and endeavor to bear themselves in patience, to call on him and ascertain
whether some means for their restoration may not be at hand. All such persons will
be examined with great care, and if curable or amenable to treatment, such advice
as their health requires, and such medicines as may be necessary to their complete
restoration, if such be possible, will be administered.

The following are a few of the many Chronic Disea.ses Dr. Clark is constantly treat-
ing: Consumption in first and second stages. Chronic Asthma, Chronic Bronchitis,
Chronic Throat Disease, Chronic Catarrh of Throat and Head. Chronic Heart Diseas-
es, consi.sting of Hypertrojihy, Atrophy, Dilatation, Palpitation and Valvular Dis-
ease, Chronic Indigestion and Dyspepsia, Chronica Diarrhoea, ('hronic Costiveness,
Nervous Deafness, Chronic Sore Eyes, Chronic Diseases of the Kidneys, such as
Dropsy, Gravel, Diabetes, Epilepsy or Fit.^, Prolapsus Utera, Female Weakness,
Chrcjnic Leucorrhea, Irregular and painful Menstruation, Chronic Scrofula and Fever
Sores, Chronic Erysipelas, Chronic Skin Diseases, Chronic Coughs, Chronic and
Acute Rheunuitism, <-'hronic Nervous Periodical Head Aches, Can«!er in the earlier
stages. Worms of all kinds,Ovarian Dropsy, Cysts and Tumors. Dr. Clark mak-eaa
Sjiecialtij of trealiiKj old ami tonij xtatitliit^j Chronic. lHneaaex^ numy «if which, under his
care, become radically cured, and all more or less improved, when it is reasonable to
expu(;t a benefit.

EXAMINATIONS OF URINE.
.Microscopi(!al, (MuMiiical and Instrumental Ivxaniination.s of Urino will be nuide,
and a full .statement of the I'utienfs Disease and symptoms returned to any jierson
who wishes to forward by h'-rprtKN a spe<?inien of two ounces of Trine for examina-
tion, along with a letter giving full name, agt; and supposed weight «if Patient. State
whether married or single, and inclose? 26 ('ents to pay for examiiuition and <-or-
Tespondencti. Nf) specimen taken from tlie Kxi)ress offlcc unless express charges are
prepaid. IHve your Post ()fiU't>, (bounty and State plainly, and Express to

l)K. If. CLARK'S {CorrcspomHnij OJJicc,)

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COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BY

HAMILTON CHILD.

AUTHOR OF WAYNE, ONTARIO, SENECA, CAYUGA, TOMPKINS. ONONDAGA, MADL
SON, CORTLAND, CHF.MUNG AND SCHUYLER, ONEIDA, STEUBEN, ORLEANS,
NIAGARA, GENESEE, CHENANGO, MONROE, HERKIMER, SARATOGA, MONT-
GOMERY AND FULTON, ALBANY AND SCHENECTADY, RENSSELAER,
WASHINGTON, WYOMING, COLUMBIA, SULLIVAN, SCHOHARIE,
OTSEGO, ULSTER, BROOME AND TIOGA, LEWIiS, ST. LAWRENCE,
CHAUTAUQUA, CATTARAUGUS AND OTHER COUNTY DIREC-
TORIES IN NEW YORK STATE, AND ERIE CO., PA.



Permanent Office, 22 & 24 E. Washington St., Syracuse, N. Y.



" IIo that has much to do, will do eomething wroug, and of that wrong must suffer
ihe consequeucep ; and if it were poaeible that he ehoiild always act rightly, yet when
8uch numbertt are to judLje of liis conduct, llie bad will ceu»ure and obdtruct liim by
lualeToieuce, and the good sometimea by mistake.'" — Samuel Johnson






SYRACUSE:

PRINTED AT TUE JOURNAL OFFICE, 22 A 24 E. WASHINGTON STREET.

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PC>;S7' OFFICES AND POST MASTERS.



POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS IN CRAW-
FORD COUNTY.

POST OFFICE TOWNSHIP POST MASTER

Adamsville West Fallowfield S.X.Kerr

Atlantic East Fallowfleld I. W. Bolin

Beaver Center Beaver John F. Simons



Black Ash

Bloomfield . . . .
Blooming Valley.
Brown Hill . .
Calvins Corners



Cambridgeboro Cambridge



Randolph . RoUin Fairbank

Bloomfield Sophia Jane Shreve

Woodcock . Wm. H. Robbins

Rockdale Hiram J. Drake

Fairfield Abisha V. Randolph



F. A. Drake



Center Road Station Conneaut Napolean B. Curtis

Centreville Rome Geo. Bement

Chapinville Bloomfield Elias Smith

Cochranton East Fairfield . . Jesse Moore

:0. O. Ticknor



Conneautville Spring

Coons Corners Hayfield Lewis D. Dunn

Crossingville Cussewago .Pierson Clark

Custards Grreenwood Robert Randolph

Deckard Wayne Josiah Hoffman

Dicksonburgh Summerhill J. B. McDowell

Drakes Mills Cambridge Wm. H. Lindsey

Dutch Li ill Union Jeremiah L. Henry

Espyville North Shenango -... . J. B. Espy

Evausburgh Sadsbury Robert J. Deimis

Frenchtown 3Iead Germain Devoge

Geneva Greenwood DeWitt Harrison

Glyndon Sparta James Titus

Guys Mills Randolph Chas. W. Cutler

Harmonsburgh Summit Almon Whiting

Hartstown West Fallowfleld .J. T. McCrea

Hayfield Hayfield Eliab Skeel

Lincolnville Bloomfield Lyman S. Lincoln

Lines Hollow Richmond A. R. Fross

Lineville Station Piue Chas. C. Minneley

Little Cooley Athens R. Edwin Ashley



Longs Stand
Mead Corners. .

Meadville

Millers Station . .
Mosiertown — .
New Richmond. .
Norrisville . . . .
Nbrth Shenango
Oil Creek....
Penn Line

Pettis

Potters Corners.

Randolph .

Riceville



.Woodcock Samuel B. Long

Mead Mary S. Dewey

.Mead L.D.Williams

. Rockdale John W. Spencer

. Cussewago William W. Deiehman

. Richmond P. W. Webster

. Summerhill William Vaughn

. North Shenango James Stewart

.Oil Creek Lynn V. Newtcm

.Conneaut Alanson S. Bates

. East Fairfield H. M. Stitzer

. Cussewago Orson O. Potter

Randolph Mrs. L. M. Ferguson

Bloomfield Eli Griffith

Royalton West Shenango Eli S. Yokes

Rundells Spring G.Rogers

Saegertown Woodcock Absalom Mook

Shaws Landing East Fairfield Alexander S. Beatty

Spartansburgh Sparta Southard Wood

Spring Spring Mrs. J. M. Cornell

Steamburgh Conneaut Eliphalet Cheney

Stony Point Sadsbury. Franklin Buell

Sugar Lake . Randolph Charles Stewart

Tamarac Sadsbury — C. H.Lewis

Taylors Stand Athens James D. Minnus

Titusville '. Oil Creek Joseph H. Cogswell

Townville ..Steuben James F. Stevens

TroyCenter Troy James W. Grove

Tryonville Steuben LaFayette Edson

Turnersville West Shenango Thos. Gilbert

Venango Venango Peter J. Ke.an

West Greenwood Greenwood James Hamilton

Woodcock Woodcock Mrs. A. A. McGill



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In presenting to the public the " Gazetteer and Business X
Directory of Crawford County," the publisher desires to return ^2
his sincere thanks to all who have so kindly aided him in
obtaining the information it contains, and rendered it possible ^-j
to present it in the brief space of time in which it is essential i %
such works should be completed. Especially are our thanks
due to the several editors of the papers published in the county,
for the uniform kindness they have evinced in calling public
attention to the author's efforts. Many have contributed essen- Q '
tial aid in furnishing material for the work, and many others
have kindly volunteered their assistance, to all of whom we
tender our grateful acknowledgment/

The following works have been consulted in its preparation : ^'E
Miss Laura G-. Sanford's " History of Erie Co." ; " Report of the
Public Schools, for 1872"; Gordon's " Gazetteer of Penn'a.";
*'Life and Letters of Capt. John Brown," edited by R. D.
Webb, London ; "Lippencott's Pronouncing Biographical Die- ^^
tionary"; "Zell's Descriptive Hand Atlas of the World"; 5?^
" Arter's Crawford County Directory 1871-2 "; and " Directory
of Meadville and the Oil Regions, 1869-70." Cx

That errors have occurred in so great a number of names and 2^
dates as are here given is probable ; and that names have been £.?
omitted which should have been inserted is quite certain. We can
only say that we have exercised more than ordinary diligence X^
and care in this difficult and complicated feature of book
making. Of such as feel aggrieved in consequence of errors or 2h
omissions we beg pardon, and ask the indulgence of the reader
in marking such as have been observed in the subsequent reading
of the proofs, and which are found in the Errata, following the
Introduction.

It was designed to give a brief history of all the Church i

organizations in the county, but owing, in some cases, to the 5 J
negligence of those who alone were able to give the necessary
information, and in others, to the inability of any one to do so,

we have been obliged to omit many or indetinitely delay the "J-1

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/A^772 OD UGTION^—P VBLISHER 'S NO TICES.



We would suggest that our patrons observe and become
familiar with the explanations at the commencement of the
Directory. The names it embraces, and the information
connected therewith, were obtained by actual canvass, and are
as correct and reliable as the judgment of those from whom
they were solicited render practicable. Each agent is furnished
with a map of the township he is expected to canvass, and he is
required to pass over every road, and call at every farm house
and pbice of business in the township, in order to obtain the facts
from the individuals concerned whenever possible.

The map of the county was engraved with great care by
Weed, Parsons & Co., of Albany, and will, it is believed, prove
a valuable acquisition to the work.

The Advertisers represent some of the leading business men
and firms of this and other counties; and we most cheerfully
commend them to the patronage of those under whose obser-
vation these pages may come.

While thanking our patrons and friends generally for the
liberality and cordiality with which our efforts have been
seconded, we take this occasion to express the hope that the
information found in these pages will not prove devoid of
interest and value, though we are fully conscious that the brief
history of the county the scope of the work enables us to give
is by no means an exhaustive one, and can only hope that it
may prove a nucleus and incentive to future historians, who
will be the better able to do full justice to the subject, and leave
our work to secure that favor which earnest endeavor ever
wins from a discriminating public.

HAMILTON CHILD.



The Titusvllle Herald, daily and
weekly, is published by Bloss & Cogswell
in the Herald Building, corner Franklin
and Arch Sts. The Herald is recognized
as one of the ablest newspapers in wes-
tern Pennsylvania, and its corps of edi-
tors is sufficient to enable the serving of
its patrons with all the news of the day
and a variety of good literary matter.
The Book and Job Department of the
Herald is one of the largest in this sec-
tion of the State. Being amply supplied
with the latest styles of type, presses etc.,
and employing first-class "typos" they
are enabled to execute anything in the
job printing line with neatness and dis-
patch. They have also a book bindery in
the third story of their building. See
card on page 3U8.

Dr. E, "W. Smitli, of Espyville, ad-
vertises on page 196 his valuable Verbena
Bitters and Pulmonary Balsam, which for
the ills enumerated have only to be
tried to prove their specific value.



KingsJey & Son, manufacturers of
carriages &c., at Spartansburgh, adver-
tise on page 246. They are prompt and
careful business men and using the best
quality of materials, they are enabled to
make superior work. They do all kinds of
repairing neatly and with satisfaction.
Their motto is " Good work pays best in
the end," and they live up to it.

J. B. Pastorius, 76Pine St., Titus-
ville, manufactures gents' fine French
calf boots, ladies', misses and children's
boots, shoes and gaiters. Those in want
of neat fitting boots, made in the best
manner should remember the place. See
card on page 182.

Cliafii. W. Benn, general Insurance
Agent, publishes a card on page 246. It is
no longer a question as to the desirability
of life or fire insurance, and the only
query is, which are the best companies in
which to insure. Mr. Benn will take
pleasure in satisfying you that he repre-
sents as good companies as there are.



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riiswewajro MUCKINHOUPT, GEO. H., instead of Muckenhoupt, Geo. H., as

printed on page 163. , „ t-. • c^.

Pine— Fanner, A. M., (Lineville Station,) druggist and bookseller. Erie bt.

Fenner M L., (Lineville Station,) tanner instead of tinner as printed on page 204.

Spring. —FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CONNEAUTVILLE, Wm. L. Robinson,
presidenfinstead of A. L. Bower, as printed on page 238.

Robinson, W. L., (Conneautville,)in addition to business given on page 241, presi-
dent of First National Bank of Conneautville.

TEASDALE, J. C, (Conneautville,) instead of TEASDADE, J. C, as printed on page

242.
Venaneo.— BLYSTONE, CHRISTIAN, (Cambridgeboro,) instead of Blystone,

Christian, as printed on page 260.

Itleadvi lie,— Blystone, Charles, {Blystone & Rouche.)

Blystone & Rouche, successors to J. W. Blystone as printed on page 281.

Collins, Josephine Miss, dress maker, 101 Chestnut.

Compton. JohnB., {Compton & McKay,) also insurance agent.

Miller & Barker, druggists, 85 Chestnut.

Prenatt. Jacob, successor to Joseph Masson, as printed on page 287.

Rouche, Frank, {Blyntone <& Rouche.)

Sartorius, Henry, {Sartorius & Schiceiser.)

Sartorius & Schweizer, successors to Henry Sartorius, as printed on page 290.

Schweizer, J.. {Sartorius <fe Schweizer.)

Sondheim, Chas. B., manager of New York Clothing Store, 137 Water.

Stewart, Sade Miss, dress maker, 101 Chestnut.



iniss A. J. I>orand, Music Teacher
Titusville, publishes a card on page 228.
We take pleasure in assuring our readers
that Miss D., is highly competant to in-
struct pupils in the musical art. She
gives int-truction on the piano, organ'and
guitar, and also teaches vocal music. She
was formerly a resident of Utica, N. Y.,
and has taught music successfully in
several cities of that State. Those seek-
ing a thorough music teacher will consult
their own interests by securing the servi-
ces of Miss Dorand.

ItloCabo Bros., Furniture manufs.
and dealers at Meadville, exhibit a nice
sample of goods on page 164. They employ
good workmen and do their work well and
will sell at prices to suit customers. Call
and see.

J, C noetohliiK, Photographer at
Titusville, is prepared to take photogra-
phs in any known style and will give
satisfaction every time. When you want
life-like pictures give him a call. Ho
advertises on upper margins of Directoi'y.



The Titusville Courier is pub'

lished daily and weekly by M. N. Allen,
oflBce in Odd Fellows' Block. The Courier
is devoted to the interests of the Oil
Region, and is the only Democratic Daily
paper in north-western Pennsylvania,
and has a large circulation. It supplies
its patrons with all the telegraphic and
local news at the earliest possible mo-
ment. As an advertising medium the
Courier is to well known to require re-
commendation at our hands. See card on
page 180.

JWrB. ITIary C. A, Dlcknon, Mead-
ville, publishes a card on pape 164. She
deals in Ladies' Dress Garments and is
patentee of a Female Abdominal Sup-
porter which for ease and efllcacy is said
to be unsurpassed. " Invalids who have
been confined to their rooms for years,
on using these Supporters, have in two
DAV.S time been able to walk the streets
with as much comfort and ease as when
they were entirely free from disease."



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GENERAL CONTENTS— INDEXES.



GENERAL CONTENTS.



Addenda to Gazetteer of Meadville.
Almanac or t'alendar for 20 years.. .

Business Directory

Census Report

Classified Business Directory

County Officers

Courts in Crawford County

Distance Table

Errata

Gazetter of County ,

Gazetteer of Townships

Index to Publisher's Notices

Postal Rates and Regulations

Post OfBces and Post Masters



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Athens 133 '

Beaver 139

Bloomfleld 143

Cambridge 149

Conneaut 154

Cussewago 160

East Fairfield. 167.

East Fallowfield 170

Fairfield 173

Greenwood 176

Hayfleld 181

Mead 187 1

Meadville 280

North Shenango 194

Oil Creek 198

Pine 203

Randolph 206

Richmond 211



Rockdale

Rome..

Sadsbury

South Shenango.

Sparta

Spring

Steuben

Summerhill ,

Summit

TitusviUe ,

Troy

Union

Venango

Vernon

Wayne .

West Fallowfield.
West Shenango. .
Woodcock



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PAGE.

Appleby, H. J 15

Arnault, A. H 15

Ashley, R. E 17

Auburn File Works 15

Bard, R 17

Benn, Chas. W 8

Bennett, A. E. Mrs 15

Burke, Fitzsimons, Hone & Co 15

Burlingham, J. Q 19

Cambridge Index 19

CanfieldC. T. Mrs 17

Clark, B 15

Conneautville Courier 19

Comer, Frank 17

Crawford Co. Ins. Co 17

Crawford Democrat 15

Crawford Journal 17

Crumb, E. L 19

Davis. J.J 19

Dickson, Mary C. A. Mrs 9

Dorand, A. J. Miss 9

Dunn & Owens 19

Farmer's Mutual Fire Ins. Co 15

Fullerton, G. A 19



Goetchus, J. C

Harris, & Bro

Hoffman, Z. A .

Huidekoper. H. S. & F. W ... ,

Kingsley & Son

Masson, Mary Miss

McCabe Bros

Meadville Theological School.

Niagara Pharmaceutical Co . . .

Nuse, H. L. &Co

Oakford&Hood

I Ormes & Kellogg

' Pastorius. J. B

Perry, Wm. L

Raymond & Stem

Sackett, W. D

Smith. E. W

Steele & Co

Stitzer, Chas. L

TitusviUe Courier

TitusviUe Herald

Townsend, A. P

Waldie Brothers

Whalen, J. H



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BJaelisaiiilis.



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FuHerton, G. A., Woodcockboro...
Townsend, A. P.,Conneautville.. .

Books aud Stationery.

Ashley, R. Ed. Little Cooley 134

Boots and Shoes.

Paatorius, J. B., Titusville 182

Perry, AVm. L., Cambridgeboro 150

Whalen, J. H., Titusville 18

Carriage ITIakers.

Fullerton. G. A., Woodcockboro 18

Kingsley & Son, Spartansburg 246

Townsend, A. P., Conneautville 350

Coal Dealer*

Davis, J. J., Meadville 148

I>entist.

Comer, Frank, Titusville 196

Dress iTlakfn:;.

Masson, Mary Miss, Meadville 292

Drug Mtores.

Ashley. R. Ed., Little Cooley 134

Burlingham, J. G., Spartansburg 246

Dry Goods.

Burke, FitzSimons, Hone & Co.,

Rochester. N. Y 351

Harris & Bro., Titusville 1

Dye Works.

Meadville French Dyeing Establish-
ment 166

Female Abdominal Supporters.

Dickson, Mary C. A. Mrs., Meadville .. 164

•File ]TIanufs.

Auburn File Works, Auburn, N. T 180

Florists.

Waldie Brothers, Titusville ai6

Furniture.

McCabe Bros., Meadville 164

Gents' Furulsbing Goods.

Bard, R., Meadville 292

Groceries and Provisions.

Crumb, E. L., Cambridgeboro 148

Steele & Co., Meadville 160

Hats, Caps and Furs.

Bard, R., Meadville 292

Oakf ord & Hood, Titusville, . On Margins

Insurance.

Benn, Chas. W., Tryonville 246

Crawford Co. Insurance Co., Mead-
ville 2

Farmers Mutual Fire Ins. Co.,
Woodcock 353



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Dickson, Mary C. A. Mrs., Meadville... 104

Lumber Dealers.

Sackett, W. D., Meadville 134

Stitzer, Chas. L. , Meadville .. 352

inillinery.

Masson, Mary Miss, Meadville 292

music Teacher,

Dorand, A. J. Miss, Titusville 228

Opium Cure.

Ormes & Kellogg, Jamestown, N. T.,
Index Margins

Paints, Oils £tc.

Ashley, R. Ed., Little Cooley 13^

Paper Hangings, Window
Miades Etc.

Raymond & Stem, Meadville. . . 350

Patent ITIedlcines.

Niagara Pharmaceutical Co., West-
field, N. Y 148

Ormes & Kellogg, Ja'stowu, N. Y. Margins

Pliotogra pliers.

Bennett, A. E. Mrs., Meadville 180



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