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RUTLAND COUNTY DIRECTORY.



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W[BST[R'S PATENT ROCK CHflNNELLIifi MACHINES,

Quarrying Machinery, Slate Planers, Stone Sawing Machinery,

Stone Moulding Machines,

Stone Turning Lathes, Pohshing Lathes and Polishing Machinery of
Every Description.

OAll Kinds of Machine Work Done at Short Notice O

And in a thorough, workmanlike manner.

New and Second Hand Machinery constantly on hand for Sale or Exchange.

Strongs Avenue, - Rutland, Vt.



RUTLAND COUNTY DIRECTORY.



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Always in Stock, comprising Windsor & Newton's Tube Paints, Canvass,
Brushes, Palettes, etc., which we guarantee fresh, and prices satisfactory.

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(Especially from Physicians) are the best and will always receive prompt

attention, and as far as prices and quaUty of goods are concerned,

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RUTLilND COUNTY, VT.



1881-82.



COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BY

HAMILTON CHILD,



AUTHOR OP WAYNE, ONTARIO, SENECA, CAYUUA, TOMPKINS, ONONDAGA, MADISON,

CORTLAND, CHEMUNG, SCHUYLER, STEUBEN, ORLEANS, HERKIMER, CHENANGO,

NIAGARA, ONEIDA, MONROE, GENESEE, SARATOGA. MONTGOMERY AND BTTLTON,

ALBANY AND SCHENECTADY, RENSSELAER, WASHINGTON, WYOMING, LEWIS,

COLUMBIA, SULLIVAN, SCHOHARIE, OTSEGO, ULSTER, CHAUTAUQUA, ST.

LAWRENCE, BROOME AND TIOGA, CATTARAUGUS, ALLEGANY, ANdI

OTHER COUNTS DIRECTORIES IN NEW YORK STATE, AND ERIE

AND CRAWFORD COUNTIES, THE BRADFORD OIL DISTRICT IN

PENNSYLVANIA, AND BENNINGTON COUNTY, VERMONT.



PERMANENT OFFICE,



SYRACUSE, N.Y.



'• He that hath much to do, will do something wrong, and of that wrong must suffer the conse-
quonce.s ; and if it were possible that he should always act rightly, yet when such numbers are
to judge of his conduct, the bad will censure and obstruct him by malevolence, and the good
sometimes by mistake." — Samuel Johnson.



SYRACUSE, N. Y.:

Printed at the Journal Office,

August, 1881.



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INTRODUCTION.



In presenting to the public the ■' Gazetteer and Business Directory of
Rutland County," we desire to return our sincere thanks to all who have
kindly aided in obtaining the information it contains, and rendered it possible
to present it in the brief space of time in which it is essential such works
should be completed. Especially are our thanks due to the several editors
of the county papers for the uniform kindness they have evinced in caUing
pubMc attention to our efforts, and for essential aid in furnishing material for
the work, particularly the manager and editors of the Rutland Herald, who
have so kindly opened to our perusal their valuable file of papers. We have
also found valuable aid from the writings of Mr. Henry Hall ; also in A. N.
Adams' "History of Fairhaven;" Hiel Hollister's "History of Pawlet;"
JosUn, Frisbie and Ruggles' " History of Poultney and Middletown ; " Paul &
Parks' " History of Wells ; " J. C. WiUiams' " History of Danby;" also from
the various authors in Miss Hemenway's " Historical Magazine ; " Caverly's
"History of Pittsford," and from Beers, EUis & Soule's " Atlas of Rutland
County." The geological report is extracted from Hitchcocks & Hager's
" Geology of Vermont Reports of 1861." Our thanks are also due to the clergy
throughout the county, and to Col. Merritt, Mrs. Cora Jones, Rev. C. A.
Thomas, Dr. Chauncey L. Case, J. F. McCollam, John A. Conant and S. K.
Christie, of Brandon ; Rollin Gleason, Dr. J. P. Newton, W. A. Ransom, Philo
Wilcox, and E. L. Barber, of Benson ; Edwin Congdon, of Clarendon ; Capt.
Abel E. Leavenworth, of Castleton ; Sheridan C. Gibbs, of Pittsfield ; Capen
Leonard, of Pittsford ; Dr. J. E. Hitt, formerly of WaUingford, now of Gran-
ville, N. Y. ; E. R. Allen, Rev. W. H. Sanderson and S. E. Rogers, of Wal-
hngford ; M. O. Hammond, of Mt. Holly ; Myron M. Dikeman, Seneca
Root and Cyrus Jennings, of Hubbardton; R. Buel, Jr., of Middletown;
Rev. E. H. Randall and Rev. C. H. Dunton, of Poultney; Ex-Gov. Redfield
Proctor, Ex-Gov. John B. Page, Henry Clark, Henry Hall, Luther Daniels,
L. G. Kingsley, V. C. Meyerhoff'er, Dr. George A. Fox, Dr. John A. Mead
and Franklin Billings, of Rutland ; Willard Guild, of Shrewsbury ; Aaron S.
Ketcham, of Sudbury ; Rodney C. Abell and Willard L. Hitchcock, of
Westhaven; John H. Mead and J. E. Manley, of West Rutland; R. M.
Lewis, of Wells; and to many others throughout the county who have
rendered valuable aid.

That errors have occurred in so great a number of names is probable ;
and that names have been omitted which should have been inserted is quite



INTRODUCTION.



certain. We can only say that we have exercised more than ordinary dili-
gence and care in this difficult and complicated feature of book making.
Of such as feel aggrieved in consequence of errors or omissions, we beg
pardon, and ask the indulgence of the reader in noting 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 account of all the church and otlier socie-
ties in the county, but owing, in some cases, to the negligence of those who
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 special notices of a few.

We would suggest that our patrons observe and become familiar with the
explanations at the commencement of the Directory. The names it em-
braces, 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 town he is expected to canvass, and he is required to pass over
every road, and call at every farm house and place of business in the town,
in order to obtain the facts from the individuals concerned wherever possible.

The margins have been left broad to enable any one to note changes
opposite the names.

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

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 soppe 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.

While thanking our patrons and friends generally for the cordiality with
which our efforts have been seconded, we leave the work to secure that favor
which earnest endeavor ever wins from a discriminating public, hoping they
will bear in mind, should errors be noted, that " he who expects a perfect
work to see, expects what ne'er was, is, nor yet shall be."



HAMILTON CHILD.



ERRATA.

ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS.
HISTORICAL.



RUTLAND COUNTY.— On page 39, eighth Hue from the bottom, for
"convulated" read "convoluted."

In the historical sketch of the RUTLAND HERALD AND GLOBE, on
pages 46-47, it should have been stated that Josiah Fay became a partner of
Samuel Wilhams, Feb. 20, 1797.

CASTLETON. — Stukley Thornton came from Rhode Island to Danby,
where his son Stukley was born. About 1777 the family removed to Ira.,
Stukley Jr. married Mary PhilUps, of Pittsford, and had a family of three
children. Abel, one of his sons, removed from Ira to Castleton in 1851,
locating upon the farm now owned by Asahel P., son of Abel. [The above
should have appeared on page 106, in place of the reference there made to
the family.]

FAIRHAVEN. — On page 132, seventh line of middle paragraph, for "for
the friendship of the town of Fairhaven," read "for the friendship he bore
the town of Fairhaven."

MEN DON. — On page 149, fifth paragraph, for Z^rt-r/z/j Coiitfs saw-mill
read Darius CarrutHs saw-mill.

MIDDLETOWN. — E. W. Gray's steam saw and grist mill, foundry and
cider mill, is located on Poultney R.iver, at Middletown Springs. Mr. Gray
manufactures 500,000 feet of lumber, about 500 agricultural implements, 1000
dozen hoe-handles, 1000 barrels of cider, and five tons of cider jelley per year,
doing custom-work in his grist-mill. The foundry department was established
by Henry Gray, father of the present proprietor, in 1848, he continuing in the
business until 1852, when it was taken by E. W. Henry was one of the early
business men of the town, having come here in 1809, and was thereafter an
active worker, dying in 1865.

RUTLAND. — On page 197, nineteenth line, for "sound" read "round."

Green's cheese factory, located on road 15, built in 1866, uses the milk
from 500 cows, manufacturing 150,000 lbs. of cheese per year.

On page 213, eighth hne from the bottom, for "increased firing" read
" incessant firmg."

On page 227, fourth hne from the bottom, for "parish" read "point."

SHREWSBURY. — On page 234, first fine of last paragraph, for "ex-
terior" read "interior."



ERRATA — ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS.



DIRECTORY.

Benson — coaxes JAMES M. instead of Coats, as printed on page

-59-
*NEVVTON JASPER P. instead of Joseph P. as printed on page 263.

PATTISON' ROBERT H. is a patron of this work.

PECK. JOHN F. is a patron of this work.

Brandon— *BOYNTON & Manchester, (Brandon,) druggists,

&c. See page 588.
BRIGGS GEO., (Brandon,) (Ormsbee & Briggs,) (Briggs & Forbes,) town

clerk, &c.
*BRIGGS & FORBE.S, (Brandon,) (Geo. Briggs and Cornele H. Forbes,)

general insurance agents.
DOUGLASS HOUSE, (Brandon,) John E. Rutledge, proprietor.
FORBES CORNELE H., (Brandon,) (Briggs & Forbes.) justice of peace,

&c., as on page 274.
*HINDS EDWARD D., (Brandon,) r 42, prop. Redpath stallion, breeder

of Spanish merino sheep and farmer 280.
Kittredge Herbert W., (Brandon,) principal Brajidon Graded School,

Seminary place.
Rowe George A., instead of George H. as on page 285.
SPRAGUE COUNTER AND STAY CO., (Brandon,) Nathan T. Sprague,

&c., instead -of Nathan S. as on page 287.
SPRAGUE NATHAN T., instead of Nathan S. as prmted on page 287.
*\\TNSLOW CHAS. M., (Brandon,) breeder of Ayrshire cattle, dairy 30
cows, prop, milk route, farmer 250, and mountain lot 150, h Pearl cor
Maple.
CastletOn— BABBITT WATSON v., (Castleton,) r 39, prop, cream-
ery, fancy packages of butter in five pounds a specialty, farmer 50.
COOK CLARENCE E. (H. E. Cook & Son,) is a patron of this work.
Cook H. E. & Son, (Hydeville,) r 23, general merchants and farmers, lease

of Baptist society, 50.
DELEHANTY JAMES, (Hydeville,) r 20, (Downs & Delehanty.)
DOWNS PATRICK H., (Hydeville,) r 25, (Downs & Delehanty.)
DOWNS & DELEHANTY, (Hydeville,) (Patrick H. Downs and James

Delehanty,) r 23, manufs. marbleized slate.
*GRAVES BENJ. F., (Hydeville,) r 23, manuf. and dealer in plows, cultiva-
tors and other agricultural implements, and the American clothes dryer,
factory at Hydeville, owns ;^S acres.
Haynes Caleb, (Hydeville,) r 22, miller.
Hinchy James, (Hydeville,) r 22. marble sawyer.
HYDE WM. PITT, (Hydeville,) clerk. Main.

LANGDON ANNA E. Mrs., (Castleton,) widow Benj. F., h Main.
PRESTON L. W. & SON are patrons of this work.

*STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, (Castleton,) asst. teachers for the ensuing

year: Miss Abbie E. Leonard, of Woodstock, ist assistant; Misses

Emily L. TuUer, of Bennington, Fannie C. Taylor, of Andover, and Lucy

Wells, of Granby, assistants.

Swanson Wm., (Hydeville,) supt. Field's slate mill.

Cllittenden — On page 307, Pittsford, as a railroad station, is Jive miles

west instead of ^/iree.
BAIRD AMOS, (Chittenden,) r i8, (Baird, Parker & Knapp.)
BAIRD JOHN, (Chittenden,) r 18, (Baird, Parker & Knapp.)



ERRATA ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS.



BAIRD J. & A., (Chittenden,) r i8, (Baird, Parker & Knapp,) farmers 45,

and 250 mountain.
CHEEDLE TIMOTHY B., (Pittsford,) r 12, saw mill and farmer 46.
CHEEDLE TIMOTHY B. AND MINERVA L., (Pittsford,) r 12^ sawmill

and farmers 1 1.
Davis Alex., (Pittsford,) r 8, farmer, leases of Franklin Leonard, 60.
MANLEY OTIS, (Pittsford,) r 7, dairy t8 cows, butter manuf., farmer 100,

and in Brandon 200.
McCORMICK JOHN, (Pittsford,) r 8, dairy 22 cows, butter manuf., stock

grower and farmer 175.
MULLIN WM., (Pittsford,) r 8, dairy 45 cows, butter manuf. and farmer 300.
Clarendon— HOPKINS HADVVEN D., is a patron of this work.
Kingsley Harrison, instead of Kingsley John Harrison.

Kingsley John H., (E. Clarendon,) leases grist mill of Harrison Kingsley, in-
stead of J. Harrison Kingsley.
PIERCE THOS. is a patron of this work.
*STEWART CARROLL L., (E. Clarendon,) r 38, agent Champion mower

and reaper, Ithaca horse rake and Syracuse chilled plows, produce

dealer, breeder of Hambleton horses and farmer.
Danby— BATEASE IRA is a patron of this work.
DeLAURENT JOHN P. is a patron of this work.
MARANVILLE DIGHTON is a patron of this work.
MINETT GEO., instead of Minette.
NELSON JAMES T., (Danby,) r 28, farmer.
PHILLIPS GEO. W. is a patron of this work.
ROBERTS BENNONI F. is a patron of this work.
WESTCOTT BARLOW G., instead of Wescott, &c.
Fairliaven Village. — BRAGG WM. W., is a patron of this work.
BULLOCK ROYAL D., marbleizer and portrait painter, h Washington.
COBB GILBERT H., slate roofer, Marble st.
COLLINS LEVI W., junk dealer. River, is a patron of this work.
COULMAN JAMES, (James Coulman & Co.,) h Washington.
COULMAN JAMES & CO., (Melvern Westcott,) manufs. enameled and

decorated slate mantels.
DANVILLE ALEX., is a patron of this work.
DOOLEY MICHAEL, is a patron of this work.
Ferguson Arthur C. Rev., pastor Baptist Church.
GRAVES DAY'ID R., breeder of thoroughbred fowls, dealer in all kinds of

roofing slate, and farmer, leases of B. F. Gilbert 150, h N. Main.
Greer James, agent, (Riverside Slate Co.,) h River.
Grififith, Owen & Co., manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of roofing slate,

billiard beds, mantels and school blackboards, office Hughes & Owen's

block, Main, mills on r i.
GRIFFITH ROBERT R., (Grififith, Owen & Co.,) h cor N. Main and

Fourth.
Hughes Hugh H., shoemaker, N. Main.
HUGHES THOS., is apatron of this work.
Humphrey Evan D., (Griffith, Owen & Co.,) town clerk and insurance

agent, h N. Main.
Humphrey Hugh S., (Griffith, Owen & Co.,) (Humphrey & Parkhurst,) h

Caernarvon.
LLOYD WM. H., dry goods, groceries, hats, caps. and fancy goods, N.

Main.



ERRATA ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS.



Merriam Bishop, (Riverside Slate Co.,) h 3 Main.

MOREHOUSE OSCAR H., is a patron of this work.

Owen Hugh, (Griffith, Owen & Co.,) h Caernarvon.

Owen Wni. M., ((Griffith, Owen & Co.,) h North Main.

Palley J. H., deputy sheriff.

Pierce Andrew J., (Riverside Slate Co.,) h Prospect.

Riverside Slate Co., manuf billiard table-tops, mantels and all kinds of slate

stock, River.
WESCOTT CHAS. D., r 8, son of David P., farmer.
Wescott David P., r 8, agent Bay State horse rake, Bullard hay tedder,

breeder Lambert horses, dairy 30 cows, and farmer 375.
WESTCOTT MELVERN, (James Coulman & Co.,) h Washington.
Williams Quincy B., clerk and teacher of vocal and instrumental music.
Winchell Jenks L., newspaper and book publisher, and farmer leases of C. G.

Fish estate 100, h cor North Main and Fourth.
Fairhaven Town. — Dulan Daniel E., (Fairhaven,) r i, billiard

jointer.
EUis Chas. R., (Fairhaven,) r i, son of R. T., farmer.
EUis John A., (Fairhaven,) r i, breeder full blood merino sheep, registered,

and farmer.
*GARDNER CHAS. W., (Fairhaven,) r 12, breeder of Jersey cattle, &c.

See page 474.
Griffith Richard, (Fairhaven,) (Griffith, Owen & Co.,) r i, farmer 15.
^HAMILTON HIRAM, (Fairhaven,) r 5, breeder of Spanish merino sheep

&c. See page 562.
Owen Owen J., (Fairhaven,) (Griffith, Owen & Co.,) r 1, farmer 50.
Ij;.a^,__*FlSH BRADLEY and ALBERT, (Ira,) r 15, breeders of pure

blood merino sheep, registered.
*FISH LEONARD, (Ira,) r 15, sheep breeder &c. See page 498.
*FISH LESTER, (Ira,) near r 10, sheep breeder, &c. See page 514.
Mendon.— GLEASON henry L., is a patron of this work.
Pomeroy Edwin, (Mendon,) r 3, (Pomeroy & Heath,) (Pomeroy & Sipley, in

Shrewsbury,) also postmaster.
SHEDD HENRY H., (Mendon,) r 11, town representative &c., is a patron

of this work.
Shippee Julian T., (Mendon,) r 8, farmer leases of Melzar no.
Shippee Melzar F., (Mendon,) r 8, farmer no.
Thornton Jeremiah, (Rutland,) r i3, farmer. »

THORNTON JEREMIAH C, (Rutland,) r 12, dairy 12 cows, wool grower

and farmer 175.
MiddletOWn. — I" this list, where p. o. address is given as Middle-
town, it should read Middletown Springs.
HAYNES CHAS A., instead of Haines, as printed on page 359.
HAYNES SYLVANUS H., instead of Haines, as printed on page 359.
MONT VERT HOTEL, for Montreal Hotel Co., as printed on page 361,

read Montvert Hotel Co.
Mt. Holly-— DICKERMAN SYLVANUS M., (Mechanicsville,) r 51,

dairy 30 cows, and farmer 340.
GRAVES LYMAN, (Mechanicsville,) r 53, dairy 15 cows, and farmer 330.
HEATH A. D., resides on r 30, instead of r 3, as printed on page 367.
Jaquith Frank S., (Mechanicsville,) r 56, farmer 225.
Oliver W. C. Rev., (Mechanicsville,) r 30, pastor M. E. Church.



ERRATA — ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. O

PINNEY NAHUM B., (Mechanicsville,) r 50, dairy 28 cows, and farmer

400.
THOMAS JOSEPH W., (Mechanicsville,) r 50, dairy 14 cows, and farmer

160.
Tucker Lewis P., (Mechanicsville,) r 50, school teacher and farmer.
TUCKER STILLMAN is a patron of this work.
TUCKER SYLVESTER, (Mechanicsville,) r 50, dairy 9 cows, ai»d farmer 85.

Mt. Tabor— RAMO CLEMANCE, instead of Clemmence,. as printed

on page 373.
Pawlet.— *COLVIN E. & son, (Pawlet,) (Enoch and Wm. E.) r 32,

props. Pawlet Woolen Mills.
LEACH ROSIN A Mrs. is a patron of this work.
SAFFORD JOSEPH B. is a patron of this work.

SMITH DAVID R. instead of Smith David K., as printed on page 383.
Pittsford — DENISON BROS, are patrons of this work.
Naylor & Co., of Boston, Mass., (Pittsford,) r 15, props. Titan Furnace,

manufs. pig iron. Oilman Prichard, supt.
WILLARD CYRENIUS M., (Pittsford,) attorney and counselor at law, and

inventor and proprietor of the Geometric Stone Channeling Machine.
POTlllney.— Bliss Byron C, (Hydeville,) r 2, farmer with Royce W. 64.
BLISS ROYCE W., (Hydeville,) r 2, farmer with Byron C. 64.
EARWELL CUTHBERT C. is also justice of the peace.
FIFIELD HIRAM and C. C. FARWELL, (Castleton,) r 4, dairy 10 cows,

breeders of Jersey cattle and farmers 100.
JONES EDWARD, (Poultney,) r 3, breeder merino sheep, farmer 186 and

47 in Hubbardton.
*POTTER CHAS. W. is now proprietor oi Xht Fim/t/iey /our/ia/,\\a\\ng

purchased the interest of his partner, Mr. Ross.

Rutland Village-— barker barney is now agent for National

and U. S. and Canada Express Co., office north end passenger depot, h

4 Mechanic.
Beebe OHver W., printer and stationary engineer, D. & H. C. Co., bds 21

Wales.
Boner Hugh E., polisher, h 34 Forest.
Bowker James B., chair maker, h Wickham.
CENTRAL HOUSE, JuHus J. Scofield, prop., 57 West.
CLARK HENRY, editor, h 4 Prospect.
Cline Daniel, wiper, h 3 Granger.
Craeg Wm., book-keeper, bds 9 Grove.

Dedrick Clarence H. is now clerk in express office, instead of messenger.
Donnelly Daniel F., moulder bds Farmers' Hotel.
Donnelly John B., helper, bds 15 River.
Donovan Michael, car inspector, D. & H. C. Co., h Plain.
Ducharme John, machinist, h 65 West.

EARLE LOU L., dressmaker, instead of Leon L., as printed.
Ellis Chas. W., painter for J. W. Stearns, h 18 East.
Field Wm. M., prest. Rutland Savings Bank, h cor Center and Main.
Gary & Hoag, (Frank W. G. and Homer H. H.) biscuits, crackers, canned

goods, &c., 29 Center.
GAY, KIMBALL & GAY are button manufacturers, instead of butter

manufacturers, as printed on page 442.
Guertin Thos., car builder, h 7 North.



TO ERRATA, ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS PUBLISHER'S NOTES.

Hadley Mortimer K., h now 25 Forest.

HARRIS CHAS. P., (Chas. P. Harris Manuf. Co.,) h 2 Pleasant.

Haven Frank A., prop. Rutland Monumental Works, manuf. marble and

granite monuments, &c., 86 and 88 West., (succeeds White & Haven,)

bds Bates House.
Houghton Burton J. photographer, &c., on page 448, should be Holcombe,

which ste.
Kivelin Wm. E., machinist, h West.

Knight Geo. F., machinist D. & H. C. Co., bds 78 West.
Lynch Wm., moulder, apprentice, bds Allen.
Mangan Thos. J., machinist, bds Allen.
McGuirk James T., apprentice, bds 5 Terrill.
McLaughlin Patrick, watchman D. & H. C. Co., h 15 Green.
McMurray Edward, machinist, bds Allen.
McNamara James, trackman.
Nettleton O. E., dentist. Center above Wales.
Owen W. H. B., general merchant, 73 Center, h 8 Court square.
Page Ed., chair maker, h Cherry.
Patnode Alex., foreman foundry, bds Forrest.
Perkins Geo. E., bds 3 Strongs ave.
Reardon Owen, engineer, h 18 River.
Reid Geo. M., foreman D. & H. C. Co., bds Bardwell.
*RUTLAND REVIEW, Review Association, publishers; H. W. Love,

editor; published Fridays, cor West and Grove.
Shambo Alex. C, chair maker, bds 3 Union.
Sheppey Medos, painter, h 24 Park.
Smith Robert, polisher, bds Farmers' Hotel.
Stiles Loren M., salesman for Z. Clark, of Brandon, h Grove.
Wade Frank J., book-keeper for E. D. Keyes & Co., instead of for Geo. T.

Chaffee, as printed on page 476.
Woodard Curtis S., engineer and machinist, B. & R. shop, h 24 Plain.
Young Edwin F., bds West.

R/Utlaild. Town. — Cunningham Stephen, blacksmith's helper, h Allen.
Gleason Chas. M., (Rutland,) carriage trimmer, bds Perkins ave.
GRAHAM WM. W., is a patron of this work.

PATCH JOSEPH L., instead of Joseph C, as printed on page 510.
Reed Wm. H., (Rutland,) bds 9 Pearl.
Taylor Benj. F., (Sutherland Falls,) is also postmaster.
Thrall RoUin C, (W. Rutland,) farmer, h Pleasent.
Tuomey John P., (Rutland,) bds Allen.



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