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121.
Martin. Wm., (Riceville,) r44, millwright

and farmer 18.
Maxson, Wm., (Union City, Erie Co.,> r 12,

farmer 50.
May, George, (Lincolnville,) r 81, farmer

105.
May, Howard. (Lincolnville,) r M, farmer

25.
May, Sylvester, (Linoolnville.) r 34, far-
mer 25.
Mays, James, (Lincolnville,) r 26, farmer

70.
.Mav«. Wm. M., (Linoolnville,) r 26, farmer

"45.
McDermott, Thomas. (Rloeville,) (//air-

nri ,{■ .\fcn6rmott.)
MoMnUin. John. ( Rireville,)ooop.<r, Main.
Merchant, John B.. (Union City. Erie Co..)

r n. farm»«r \0\.
Messenger, Albert, (Blooroneld.) r 12, far-
nn>r 35.



146



BLOOMFIELD.



Messenger, George, (Union City, Erie Co.,)

r 13, farmer 38.
Mickle, Anthony, (Lincolnville.) r 35, far-
mer 100.

Mickle. Henry, (Lincolnville.) r 35," farmer
75.

MILLS, ALEX. P., (Bloomfield.) r 18, far-
mer 38.

Miner, Fitch, (Union City, Erie Co.,) r 28,
farmer leases of Wm. S., 100. _ ..:

MINER, WM. S., (Union City, Erie Co.,) r
2, auditor and farmer 100.

Moore, Danforth D., (Chapinville.) r 2, far-
mer leases of Jane Brown, 50.

Morgan, John, (Lincoluf ille.) r 38. farmer
5.

Morton, Clark, (Lincolnville,) r 31, far-
mer 31.

Morton. J. S., (Union City. Erie Co.,)r 25,
farmer 65. t

Morton, Michael, (Lincolnville,) r 35. far-
mer 25.

Morton, Philip, (Lincolnville.) r 31, farmer
50.

Morton, Thomas J., (Union City, Erie Co.,)
r 2. farmer 125.

Morton Warren L., (Chapinville.) r 29, far-
mer 40.

Morton, Wm. H., (Union City, Erie Co.,)r
25, farmer 65.

Morton, Zaccheus, (Chapinville,) r 29, far-
mer 58.

Neegard, C, (Riceville,) wagon maker,
Main.

Niggiis, John, (Union City, Erie Co.,) r 10,
farmer 175.

Niles, Henry H., (Union City, Erie Co.,) r 4,
carpenter.

Niles. Marshall, (Union City Erie Co..) r4,
farmer 100.

Nurse, Emerson J., (Lincolnville.) r 17,
school director and farmer 200.

Nur.~e, Franklin W., (Lincolnville,) r 17,
farmer 196.

Obert, Philip, (Union City, Erie Co.,) r32,
farmer 100.

Oles, Loren K.. (Riceville.) ( Wctlker c6 Oles.)

Ongley, John T.. (Lincolnville,) r 38, Ad-
ventist preacher and farmer 62.

Paig, James B.. (Riceville.) corner of r 46,
school director and farmer 60.

Palmer, Peter M.. (Lincolnville;) corner of
Main and Chestnut, wagon maker and
farmer 30.

Parkins, Charles, (Riceville,) r 46, farmer
100.

Parson, Chandler R., (Riceville,) teamster,
Main .

Patter.son, Edgar H., (Riceville,) team-
ster. Maple.

Patterson, Joel C, (Riceville,) chair maker.
Maple.

Payne, Charles, (Riceville,) physician and
surgeon. Cummin gs Hotel. Main.

Peck, George W., (Riceville, ) teamster and
constable, Main.

Persons, Thomas, (Lincolnville.) r 27, far-
mer 2.

PETTIS. SAMUEL F.,(Riceville,)r 46, far-
mer 38.

Pierce. Ezra, (Lincolnville,) r 27, carpen-
ter and farmer 95.

Porter, James JI., (Chapinville,) r 30, car-
pentei', millwright and farmer 130.



PORTER, JOHN W., (Chapinville,) ( Wm
Porfer cf- Son.)

PORTER. SAMUEL T., (Lincolnville.) r 42
justice of the peace and farmer 107 '

PORTER, WM.. (ChapinviUe,) (Wm. Por-
ter (^ Son,) r28, postmaster and far-
mer 100.

PORTER, WM. &SON,(Chapinville,) (John
Tl.,)r '2S, manufs. of and dealers in
butter and cheese.

Potter, Freeman B., (Bloomfield,) r 18, far-
mer 50.

Potter, Oscar F., (Bloomfield.) r 14, far-
mer 62.

Potter, Sylvester B., (Lincolnville.) r 1.5,
farmer leases of C. Edson's heirs, 112.'

Potter, Truman, (Bloomfield,) r 14, far-
mer 90.

Pound, Seth, (LincolnviUe,) r 35, carpen-
ter.

Range, James B., (Lincolnville,) corner of
r 2:3 and 27, farmer 40.

Range. James L., '(Lincolnville,) r 27, far-
mer 75.

Range, Robert, (Lincolnville,) r 22>^, far-
mer 60.

Range. Wilber F., (Lincolnville.) r 27, far-
mer.

Ray, Wm. (Chapinville,) r 28, lumberman
and farmer 100.

REYNOLDS. ALBERT H. C, (Lincoln-
ville,) r 22, farmer 25.

Rhodes, John W., (Riceville,) insurance
agent ana justice of the neace. Main.

Rice, Andrew J., (Riceville.) Main, farmer
48.

Rice, George, (Bloomfield,) r 18, farmer
leases of Chester Lee. 50.

Rice, Loren M., (Riceville,) corner of r
46 and 48>^. farmer 48 and leases of
Andrew J., 48.

RIC£, MELVIN D.. (Riceville,) general
merchant and farmer 50, Main.

RICE, OTIS S., ^Riceville.) clerk. Main.

Rice. Samuel A.. (Riceville,) teamster,
Main.

Richards, Edwin M., (Union City, Erie
Co..) r 4. farmer 68.

Richards, Henry, (Union City, Erie Co.,)
r 4. farmer 144.

Rickard. Esreal, (Lincolnville,) r 15, far-
mer 62.

Root. Cyrus. (Riceville,) r 48>rf', school
director, councilman, assistant asses-
sor and farmer 75.

Root, George, (Lincolnville.) r 37, farmer
25.

Rosseil. Wm., (Union City, Erie Co.,) r 13.
farmer SiXi.

Ruggles, Benjamin F., (Riceville,) butch-
er, corner Main and Maple.

Sabins, Albert, (Bloomfield,; r 15, farmer
5.

Sabins, Alvinza. (Lincolnville.) r35,farmer

23.

Scranton, Albert M., (Riceville.) r 44, sash '

and blind maker. i
Scranton, Henry A., (Riceville,) r44, car-

penter. |

Shaver, Jedediah, (Riceville.) r 44, far- j

mer 2. i

Shearer, James, (Chapinville,) r 24, far- j

mer 90. \



BLOOMFIELD.



147



(RiceviUe,) r 46, far- 1 St.



Shreve, Arthur J

mer 25.
SHREVE, CALEB, (Bloomfield,) corner 1 Strong, J^Iichael. (RiceviUe,) cooper, Main



John, Wesley H., (Lincolnville,) r 31,
farmer %.



of r 19 and 20, general merchant,
school director, treasurer and farmer
13>J.

Shreve, Caleb N.. (Bloomfield,) r 16,8uper-
visor and farmer 5.5.

Shreve, Charles, (Bloomfield,) r 16, far-
mer 65.

SHREVE, CYRUS Rev., (Bloomfield,) r2n,
pastor Baptist Church and farmer 116.

SHREVE. DARIUS, (Bloomfield,) r 4,
assistant assessor and farmer 100.

SHREVE, ENOCH R., (Bloomfield,). r 16,
farmer 16.

SHREVE, F. N., (Bloomfield.)

Shreve, George W., (Bloomfield,) r 16,
school director and farmer 25.

Shreve, Julius H., (Bloomfield,) r 21, far-
mer 40. ■ I

Shreve, Melvin, (Bloomfield,) r 16. farmer
28.

Shreve, MerriU, (RiceviUe,) r 46, farmer
leases of Perry, 50.

Shreve, Perry, (RiceviUe,) r46. farmer 50.

Shreve, Seth, (Bloomfield,) r 18, farmer
leases of Julius, 5.

Shreve, Sophia Jane, (Bloomfield.) r 18,
postmistress.

Shreve, Wingfield S., (Union City, Erie
Co.,) r 8, farmer 5.

Skiff. Hiram, (Lincolnville,) r 35,farmer35.

Skiff, Silas 0-., (Lincolnville,) r 35, farmer
2.5.

Skiff. Wilson A., (LincolnviUe,) r 35. far-
mer 20.

Small, James H.. (Lincolnville,) r 41, far-
mer leases of Pamelia Small, Brigh-
ton. 57.

Smith, Alex., (Lincolnville, > r 35, farmer
50.

Smith. Alonzo, (Lincolnville,) r 35, school
director and farmer 100.

SlIITH, ANDREW, (LincolnviUe,) r 35>^,

SMITH, CLEMENT N.. (RioevUle.~) gener-
al merchant, burgess and farmer 1^33,
Main.

Smith, Daniel, (LincolnviUe,) corner of r
32 and ai^, farmer 50.

Smith, David, (LincolnviUe,) r 32X» far-
mer 15.

Smith, Harrison, (LincolnviUe,) corner of
r 87 and 3.5, farmer 25.

Smith, Henry A. (LincolnviUe,) r26,farmer
25 '^ .

Smith, Israel. (LincolnviUe,) Athens town
line road, farmer 6 '.

Smith, Jacob, (LincolnviUe,) r 35, farmer
25.

SMITH, JAMES, (LincolnviUe,) r 35, far-
mer 5S\.

Smith, Jo.seph, (LincolnviUe,) r ■■i5>6, far-
mer 5<).

SponciT, Mile W., (ChapinviUe,) r 88, far-
ni»'r.

Sta£r<»rd. Nathan B., (LincolnviUe,) r 41.
fanner 59 >s.

Stanc-lilT, Samuel, (LincolnviUe,* corner of
r '-W uud .'iS, njiintcr.

STAMINO. .MYRON S. ^ticpviUe,* sash
uiid blind nj(ik(<r, and ugout for Lind-
say Bros., Main.



(LincolnviUe,)



Strong. Wm. t RiceviUe.) cooper, Main.

Sturdevant. Levi, (Lincolnville.) r 41, far-
mer lea.ses of Salmon N., 50.

Sturdevant, Salmon N., (LincolnviUe,) r
41, farmer 50.

TAYLOR. BENJ. F., (RicevUle,) r 46, far-
mer 124.

Taylor, Solon, (RiceviUe.) east of r 46,
farmer 100.

Taylor, Wm. B., (Bloomfield,) r 22, farmer
180.

Thomas. Henry W., (Bloomfield,) r 16,
farmer 25.

Thomas, John, (Bloomfield,) r 16, carpen-
ter.

THOMPSON, DAVID, (RiceviUe.) r 46.

farmer 44.
TiUotson, Asa, (Bloomfield,) corner of r

15 and 16. farmer 50.
Tyndall, John W., (Union City, Erie Co..)

r 4. farmer leases of Graff & Bennett,

Pittsburgh. 100.
VanTassell, James, (RiceviUe,) tinsmith.

Main.
Walker, Darius D., (RiceviUe,) (Walker &

Ole».)
Walker & Oles. (RiceviUe,) (DariuK D.

Wdlker and Laren K. OUfi,) cabinet

makers. Main.
WaUace. Samuel B., (Bloomfield,) r 4,V,

saw mill and farmer 80.
WARNER, GEORGE. (Union City, Erie

Co.,) r 8, farmer 37.

WARNER, HENRY C
Center, farmer 70.

Warner, Joseph, (LincolnviUe,) r37, shoe-
maker.

Warner, Wm, N., (LincolnviUe,) r 19, lum-
berman and farmer 40.

WARREN, HENRY C. Sr., (LincolnviUe,)
r 17. farmer 80.

Watson, Darius E., (RiceviUe,) cooper,
Main.

Weed. Ezra, (Bloomfield,) r 22, farmer 35.

Weed, Ira. (Bloomfield.) r 2:^ farmer 35.

Welden, Herbert, (Bloomfield,) r 12, far-
mer 100.

Weller, Reuben, (LincolnviUe,) grocer,

3Iain.
I Wellmon. Stephen. (LincolnviUe,) car-
penter and farmer. Center.

Wellmon. Stephen 2d, 1 1. incDhiville,) cor-
ner of r 22 and -T), farmer 40.

WELLMON, WM. B.. (Union City, Erie
Co.,) r 4. farmer 58.

WESTGATE. RlCUBEN B., (Rioevillo.^
nianuf. of sash, doors and blinds.
Main.

Wetherliy, John, (BloomflQld.)
jxiundfT of i^'diciiu'S.

Wh.'"ler, Albert, ^Kiceville,^ r
b'lisos of Loren Marnh, 46.

\Vhe"W'r, Amos, (RiceviUe,) r
17-^.

Wh.'.i T. Daniel. (RiceviUe,)
ni.-r.

Whi'eliT, Dowey, (HiceviUe,) r 43, farmer
M.

NVh. • 1 r, E. Chas., (UioevlUe.) cooper,



r 18, com-
46, farmer
43, farmer
Main, far-



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For all kinds of Inflammation,
Bums, Scalds, Bruises, Broken
Breasts, Indolent Sores or Ulcers,
"Sore Eyes, EruptiojiS of the Skin etc.
Also for all diseases of Atony, such
as Itching, Blind or Bleeding Piles
and Fistula. Inflammation cannot
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Sarnpte "Box ffiretf to avy
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For the immediate relief of Pain,
and cure of Colds. Dj^spepsia, Acid
Stomach, Head Ache, Sore Throat,
Diarhoea, Dysentery, Cramp and
Pain in Stomach, Cholera Infantum,
Cholera, Pain in Side, Back and
Limbs, Neuralgia or Rheumatism, •
also Stings and Bites of Poisonous
Insects .

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ott Man or y.east, I iJiLlIiillj'i, L'|ht.'l[oiy Ui lilOiDld,

Prepared only by the Niagara Pharmaceutical Oo.,

Weetlield, Chant. Co., N. Y. Price 25 Cts., 50 Cts. «& 81.00.



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Whitney, Noah, (Riceville,) mail carrier ,
from Riceville to Meadville, Main.

Wilcox, Anthony, (Bloomfleld,) r 12, far-
mer 60.

Wilcox, Lorenzo W., fLincolnville.) r 40,
farmer leases of B. Humes, Gravel
Run, 36.

Wilkins, Charles, (Union City, Erie Co.,) r
3, supervisor, inspector of election
and farmer 50.

Wilkins. Henry. (Union City, Erie Co.,) r
3, farmer oO.

Wilkins, Mark, (Union City, Erie Co.,) r %\
farmer 65.

Willey, Amos V., (Chapinville,) r 30, far-
mer 50.

Willey, George, (Chapinville,) r 30, farmer
35

wise', BENJAMIN E., (Lincolnville,)
{DohMn & Wise.)



Wise. Frederick A., (Riceville,) r 48, mil-
ler and farmer 25.

Withington, Wm., (Chapinville,) r 30, far-
mer 25.

Wood, Eugene C, (Lincolnville,) shingle
maker, corner of Main and Chestnut.

Woodward, Amos L., (Lincolnville,) r 35,

farmer 90.
Woodward. Mark, (Riceville,) north of

Main, farmer.
Woodward. Wm. W., (Bloomfleld,) r 20,

lumberman.

YOUNG. FRANK R.. (Bloomfleld,) r 16,
blacksmith, county surveyor and jus-
tice of the peace.

Young, Samuel M., (Lincolnville,) rl7, far-
mer 50.

Young, Wm. H. (Bloomfleld,) r 6, basket
maker.



(Post Office Addresses ill Parentheses.)

ExPLA_NATioK.— The letter r, following the P. O. address, signifies road, and the
figures following it refer to the number of the road as designated on the map. in the
fore part of the book. Where no road number is given, the party is supposed to
reside in the Village.



Adams. Amos, (Cambridgeboro,) r 34, far- '
mer 30. j

AGNEW. T. H., (Cambridgeboro,) agent
and telegraph operator, A. & G. W. R.
R.

Allen. Henry. (Woodcock, )r 17, farmer 56.

Allen, John F.. (Woodcock,) r 15, sewing
machine agent, farmer 15 and works j
55.

Allen. Lyman H., (Cambridgeboro,) r 16,
farmer 15.

ALLHN, OSCAR E., (Woodcock,) r 17, far-
mer 45.

Ann's, Bradford W., (Cambridgeboro.) r
25. agent for Wood's Mowing .Machine,
fanner l»)and leases of Henry F. Pen-
oleton, 15<\

AMP:S. JOSEPH C, (Cambridgeboro,) r
•,•5, farmt'i- IJn.

AiidtTHon. Alexander, (Cambridgeboro,)
blackBmtth.

Barb»r, 1)., (Cambridgeboro,) r y, farmer
5).

Barber, T. L.. (Cambridgeboro,) boots and
RhoPB, Main.

Bangher, Ja»".lj S. ( Woodoook,) r 82, cider

mill and farmer 75.
Baugher, Michael, (Woodcock,) r 22, far-
mer 40.



BEACH. ORVILLE J., (Cambridgeboro,)
r 11, carpenter and joiner, and coop-
er.

Beach, Washington O., (Cambridgeboro,)
r 11, farmer works 50.

BEECH, CALVIN W., (Cambridgeboro,)
carpenter and joiner. Main.

Bertram, Henry, (Drakes Mills. ) r 1, black-
smith.

EIRCHARD A. D., (Cambridgeboro.) (,Rir-
chard <l- I.eFecer,) physician and sur-
geon. Main.

Birchard. Andrew J.. (Cambridgeboro.) r
13, farmer 'JO.

BIRCHARD. D. D., (Cambridgeboro,) r 11,
farmer 2tX).

BIRCHARD. D. G., (Cambridgeboro.) r 13,
farmer.

BIRCHARD & LkFEVER. (Cambridge-
boro.) (A. />. Jlirc/iiin/ mi, I A. K. l.t-
/Vrcir,) drugs, medicinoB, paints, oils
&(>., .Main.

Blystono, Joseph, (Venaugo,) {Blyttoixt tf>
.sA*rf<v/.)

BLVSTONK. P. P.. (CambridKeboro.hirop.
i of HoiuDT HouHo and livt«ry Htaule

I Blysttmo & Sherred, (Vonaugo, ) (Jonfyh
j lHyn(on4 and Ai/ain S/ifrral,) props.

' of Venango Cheese Factory.



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CRA WFORD CO UNTY B USINESS DIRECTOR T.






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rOTJ CAN BUY

BOOTS & SHOES

Cheaper than you can steal them, at

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BOGUE BROTHERS, CDrakes Mills,) (H. '
//., L. L. and Jfilon,) r 1, dealers in j
lumber, shingles and lath.

BOGUE, K. H., (Drakes Mills,) (Bogue
Brothers,) farmer 25.

BOGUE, L. L., (Drakes Mills,) (Bogue
BrotherK.) farmer 8.

BOGUE, MILOX, (Drakes Mills,) {Bogue
Brothers. )

BONNER HOUSE, (Cambridgeboro,) P.
F. Blystone, prop.

Bonner, John, (Cambridgeboro,) farmer,
in Havfield. 93, Main.

BROOKlfOUSER, A. T., (Cambridgeboro,)
r 13, miller and farmer leases of Na-
than Snow, 100.

Bryan, Isaac, (Cambridgeboro,) r 4, far-
mer HO.

Bryan, Willard, (Cambridgeboro,) r 4,
farmer 30.

BUCKLEY. BEMUS, (Cambridgeboro.)
watchmaker, jeweler, news and music
dealer &c., also teacher of cornet
music. Main.

Burchard. Levi G., (Cambridgeboro,) r 13,
farmer 171.

Burdick, James, (Cambridgeboro,) r 5,
f jirmf*r It 4

BURT & LEFFINGWELL, (Cambridge-
boro,) (Z. //. Burt and A. G. Leffing-
«"«//,) harness, leather, findings, whips
&c.. Main.

BURT. Z. H., (Cambridgeboro,) {Burt &
I.eMngirell.)

CAMBRIDGE HOUSE, (Cambridgeboro,)
J. C. Close, prop.

♦CAMBRIDGE INDEX, (Cambridgeboro,)
D. P. Robbins, M. D., editor and pub-
li.<her. Main.

Carriiiger. Hudson E., (Cambridgeboro,)
foreman in Cambridge Cheese Fac-
tory.

Carrin^'«r, Martin, (Cambridgeboro,) mer-
chant. Main.

Carroll, P. K., (Cambridgeboro,) carpen-
ter. McClelland.

Cea.se. J. R.. (Cambridgeboro.) groceries,
boots, shoes, crockery, lime, cement
&c.. Main.

CHADWICK, GEORGE F., (Cambridge-
boro. i cooper. Church.

Chapin, F. C, (Cambridgeboro,) r 6, far-
mer 160.
CLOSE, J. C, (Cambridgeboro,) prop, of
(Hiiibridge House.

•CRUMB, EDWIN L.. (Cambridgeboro,)
groceries.

Culbertson, Sylvester, (Drakes Mills,) r 3,
farmer leaHes 8.').

Curry, Surah J., (Cambridgeboro,) r 13,
farmer 12.

Doctcr, (icorge, (Cambridgeboro,) r 5J5,
farmer ll:i.

Doctcr, .lackHon, (rainliridncboro,) {icilh
fiiitph .»/.,) r 2.'), furnicr 1^4.

Doct»*r, Jiimi's L., ( Vcnungo. ) r 28, carpen-
ter ami fBrinf»r 21.

Doctor, JciMfph M., (Cnmhridgeboro, >(»rY/A
,tavkiutn,\ r 2.'). famnjr IHi.

DOW. WM. L., (Drakes Mills.) r 1. mill-
wright.

Drake, Abel, (Cambridgeboro,) flour and
feed.

Drake. A. 8., (DrakPH Mills.) r 1, miller.



DRAKE. A. W.. (Cambridgeboro,) life in-
surance agent. Railroad.

DRAKE. ELIAS, (Drakes Mills.) r 7, prop,
of flouring mills and farmer 80.

Drake. F. A.. (Cambridgeboro,) general
merchant and post master.

Drake. F. A., (Drakes Mills.) r 1, miller.

Drake. H. A., (Cambridgeboro,) r 6. far-
mer 82.

Durham, James R., (Cambridgeboro,) r 6,
carpenter and farmer 73.

Ellis, David. (Venango.) r ^. farmer 75.

FABEK, GEORGE, (Cambridgeboro,) {Fa-
her & Sfierred.)

FABER& SHERRED, (Cambridgeboro,)
{Geo. Faher and J. 0. Sherred,) dry
goods, groceries, clothing, boots,
shoes, hats, caps &c.

FLOYD, L. K., (Cambridgeboro,) prop, of
Cambridge House Livery Stable,
Main.

Folwell. Isaac, (Cambridgeboro,) farmer
80.

Ford. Peter, (Venango,) r 28, farmer 126.

Foster & Co., (Cambridgeboro.) (J. G. and
Harry Foster,) stoves, tin and hard-
ware.

Foster, Harry, (Cambridgeboro,) {Foster
cfe Co.)

Foster, J. G., (Cambridgeboro,) {Foster <t
Co.)

Gage, Oliver A. .(Cambridgeboro,) carpen-
ter and farmer 17.5, Jiain.

GEROW, I. B., (Woodcock.) r 15, county
commissioner and farmer 108.

Gillett. C. G., (Cambridgeboro,) r 7, gar-
dener and justice of the peace.

GILLETT, W^ARREN C, (Cambridge-
boro,) r7, coal dealer and farmer 40.

Goodwin, Mordecai, (Drakes Mills,) r 3,
leases saw mill.

GRAY, J. H., (Cambridgeboro,) (J. II.
Grau (t .9on,) brick manuf. and farmer
170, Main.

GRAY, J. H. &SON. (Cambridgeboro.) (J/.
/>..) physicians and surgeons. Main.

GRAY. M. D., (Cambridgeboro,) {J. If.
Gray cO Son.)

Greaves, Carl, (Cambridgeboro,) flour,

feed, notions &c.
GREENE. JOHN.(Cambridgeboro,) watch-
maker and jeweler.

HADLEY & REYNOLDS, (Cambridge-
boro.) {S. B. Ifadley and B. li. Jiei/-
iioldx. I planing mill, doors, sasn,
mouldings. bra<-ket.s \c.. Prospect.

HADLEY. S. B.. (Cambridgeboro,^ (Uad-
ley A" Reynolds.)

Harmon. D. A., (Cambridgeboro,) r 11, far-
mer 10.

Harriot R. M., (Cambridgeboro.) under-
taker and cabinet nuiker. Main.

HutfU Id. J. O., (Cumbridgeboro, ) carpen-
ter McClelland.

Hatlmwiw. EliiMipzer, (Cambridgeboro,)
fiiriiuT 22. Main.

Hathaway. .1. L.. d'ambrldgeboro,) {Jontn
iV Hiithitirtiy.)

Hawthorn. JameH K., (rambridgeboro.) r
16, oil well driller and farmer 40.

Ilayg. David. (Cambrldgoboro.) r 25.
Hchool tt-acher, iiceiit for Pa. Petro-
leum Keal Estate AtjHuciationand far-
mer 2S0.



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CAMBRIDGE.



HEALD, ELBRIDGEG., (Cambridgeboro,)
carpenter and joiner, and cooper,
Church.

HEALD, WM. P., (Venango,) r 23, farmer
33.

Heald, "Wm. T., (Venango,) r 23, farmer
135.

Hemstreet, Columbus, CWoodcock,) r 20,
farmer 100.

Henneger, Frederick, (Drakes Mills,) r 3,
farmer 55.

Herriman, George G., (Cambridgeboro,)
carpenter, Church.

HESS, S. H., (Cambridgeboro,) carpenter
and joiner, McClelland,

HICKS, JOHN P„ (Cambridgeboro,) livery
and sale stable, Rail Road.

HODGES, J. O. Sen., (Cambridgeboro,)
r6. saw mill and farmer ?5.

Hodges, J. O. Jr., (Cambridgeboro,) r 6,
farmer 176.

Holcomb, Hemry D., (Cambridgeboro,)
carpenter and butcher, Forest.

Howard, I. E., (Cambridgeboro,) {Kelly,
Howard tfc Co.)

HUME, DAVID W., (Woodcock,) r 20, far-
mer 110.

HUMES, GEORGE D., (Cambridgeboro,)
r 25, justice of the peace and farmer
130.

HUMES, J. B., (Cambridgeboro,) fruit
raiser and administrator of J. C.
Humes' estate, 109 acres.

Humes, Robert I., (Woodcock,) r 19, ma-
son and farmer 100.

Hyatt, Smith W., (Cambridgeboro,) car-
penter. Main.

HYATT & WEBSTER, (Cambridgeboro.)
( WilUn W. Hyatt and Grore F. Webs-
ter,) life, fire and accidental insurance
agents, Main.

HYATT, WILLIS W., (Cambridgeboro.)
{Hyatt cfe WehHier,)T%9X estate and com-
mission agent.

Johnson, Robert, (Venango,) r 26, farmer
200.

JOHNSON WM., (Cambridgeboro,) r 10,
farmer230 and works 130.

JOHNSTON GEORGE, (Venango,) r 26,
farmer 36.

Jones, D. M., (Cambridgeboro,) {Jones <f
Hathaanay.)

Jones «& Hathaway, (Cambridgeboro,) {D
M. Jones and J. L. Hathaway,) carriage
makers. Main.

Kellison. Tiffany, (Drakes Mills,) r 1, far-
mer 50.

Kelly, Amos, (Cambridgeboro,) {J. L. & A.
Kelly,) {Kdley, Hoicard & Co..) farmei
180.

Kelly. Howard & Co., (Cambridgeboro,) {J.
L. Kelly, I. E. Howard and Auiun Kel-
ly,) farmers 80.

Kelly. J. L., (Cambridgeboro,) (t/". L. & A.
Kelly.) {Kelly, Hoicard <& Co.,) farmei
40 and, in Steuben, 120.

Kelly, J. L. & A. (Cambridgeboro,) bank-
ers.

Kelly, Wm., (Cambridgeboro,) r 15,farme]
50.

Kingsley, J. R., (Cambridgeboro,) r 15
farmer 79.

Kingsley, O. E., (Cambridgeboro,) r 4, in
spector of elections and farmer 9'<.



Kly, Henry, (Cambridgeboro,) r 6, farmer
140.

Kreitz, Christian, (Drakes Mills,) r 3, far-
mer 50.

LANGLEY, GEORGE. (Cambridgeboro, )r
10, farmer 120.

Langley, Henry, (Cambridgeboro,) r 10,
farmer 30.

Lasher, Andrew L., (Venango,) r 23, dealer
in hay and produce.

LASHER, DAVID S., (Venango,) r 23, far-
mer 70.

LeFEVER, a. K., (Cambridgeboro,) {Bir-
chard (Sr Le Fever.)

LEFFINGWELL, A. G., (Cambridgeboro,)
{Burt (& Leffingicell.)

LEWIS, GEORGE, (Cambridgeboro,) {Sa-
ger & Leicis.)

LEWIS, J. B., (Cambridgeboro,) furniture
dealer and agent for Howe Sewing
Machine, Erie St.

Lilley, Andrew J., (Drakes Mills,) r 1, gro-
ceries.

Lindsey, Wm. H., (Drakes Mills,) r 1, car-
penter, lumber dresser, wagon maker
and post master.

Long, Aaron T., (Cambridgeboro,) r 4,
butcher and farmer 84.

Mansfield, Clark A., (Cambridgeboro,) r
12, farmer 50.

Mansfield, Cyrus W., (Cambridgeboro,) r
12, farmer 50.

Marcey, J. H., Jr., (Venango,) r 29, farmer
225.

Masters, Wm. F., (Cambridgeboro,) r 15,
farmer 40.

Mathews, Fred. Jr., (Cambridgeboro,) r7,
farmer works 61.

Mathews, Henry A., (Cambridgeboro,) r 7,
farmer 190.

Mathews, Henry F., (Cambridgeboro,) r 7,
farmer 61.

MATHEWS, WM., (Cambridgeboro,) r 7,
farmer.

Maxwell, Franklin, (Cambridgeboro,)
drayman. Main.

Maynard, John, (Cambridgeboro,) agent
for Foster & Co., Main.

McCarrell, W. A. Rev., (Cambridgeboro,)
pastor of Presbyterian Church. Main.

McFADDEN, J. W., (Cambridgeboro,)
house painter, Main.

Mills, Orlando W., (Cambridgeboro,)
shovel handle finisher and carpenter,
McClelland.

Minium, Jacob, (Venango,^) r29, farmer 70.

Mitchell, F. S., (Cambridgeboro,) r 5, far-
mer 110.

Mitchell, G. W., (Cambridgeboro,) (J/ii-o/^e/Z
(& Gerow,) r 5, farmer 325.

MITCHELL, L. H., (Cambridgeboro,) r 5,
farmer 50.

Mitchell, L. M., (Cambridgeboro,) black-
smith.

MITCHELL, M. W., (Cambridgeboro,) r 6,



carpenter and Joiner, and farmer.
;chell,
smith.



ma 1

., (CJi



Mitchell, S. M., (Cambridgeboro,) black-



Vlory, D, C, (Cambridgeboro,) carriage

maker. Main.
Muckinhoupt, D. B., (Woodcock,) r 22,

carpenter and farmer 12.
Vluckiiihoupt, Joseph, (Venango,) r 23,

farmer 38.



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Nichols, F. A., (Cambridgeboro,) general

merchant.
Peck, Joseph, (Drakes Mills,) r 2, farmer

125.
PEIFFER, WM. B., (Cambridgeboro.)

ikufit & Peiffer.)

PENDLETON. FRIEND E., (Cambridge-
boro,) r 25, supervisor and farmer 1.55.

Pendleton, Henry F., (Cambridgeboro,)
(Pendleton & Shenvood <& Son,) r 25,
farmer 150.

Pendleton & Sherwood & Son, (Cambridge-
boro,) (//^wrv F. Pendleton, B. M.und
Alannon Sheitcond,) props. Cambridge
Cheese Factory, Church.

Perrin, R. W., (Cambridgeboro,) harness
maker and farmer 75.

♦PERRY, WM. L.. (Cambridgeboro,) gro-
ceries, boots, shoes &c.



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