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CITY GXIIDE,



FOR 1860-61.



PRErARED BY

Fort Wayne, Indiana.



Published at

DAWSON'S DAILY & WEEKLY TIMES OFFICE.

Wm. H. H. Hull, Pbinter.
1860.



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PREFACE.



It is with becoming modesty that we present to the citizens
of Fort Wayne the first issue of our "Fort Wayne City and
iJusiness Directory.'" Being aware that those who have pre-
ceeded us have been perfectly acquainted with Directory pub-
lishing, we make no pretensions to superiority, but with a pro-
per spirit of confidence in ourself leave the book to be judged
as it deserves by our subscribers.

P. S. At the burning of the Times Office, on the 24th of
March we lost the "whole of our first edition, which Avas com-
pleted and ready for the Binder, But through the kindness and
assistance of Mr. Dawson, editor of the TimeSj have been
enabled to reproduce it.



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STREET DIRECTORY,



Hkrrv, oast iVoin Uocl<hill to Can-nl next north of WfLViie.

B.vt^s IVom Fai;-fit>l(l Av. cast to Jloaglaiid next noi'tv of Col-
eric k.

Barr south from Duck to Lewis iwxt east of Clinton-.

Broadway, from Canal to BlulFton Plank Road.
€aliioux, south fron* River to Piqua Road b Harrison and Clin-
ton.
"■Canai/, from Clay to Monroe north of Berry;
'Cass, soutii from River to Berry north of I'AviHg.

Clay, south from Canal to Lewis b Lafayette and Monro4^-.

Clinton, south irom Duck to Lewis east of Calhoun.
'CoLERicK, from Fairfield Av. east to Hoag^and next south of Bass-.

CoLLKGH, south from Washington liext east of Nelson.

CoLrMiiiA, from Harrison east to Lafayette and Monroe.

Court, from Main to Berry between Calhonn and CHnton.

Duck, from Calhovm east to River next north of Water.

Edsall, from Berry to Main next west of Jackson.

EwiNc. from River south between Griilith and Cass.

pRAN(MS, south from Canal to Lewis next east of Hanna.

Fulton, from River south b t!riflith and P>roadway.

G ARi)i:.v, from Washinjiton south next west of Nelson.

GRri-i-iTH, from River south between living and Fulton.

Hanna, south tVom Canal to corporation next east of Monroe.

Harmkr, south from Canal to Lewis east of Francis.

HarriS()N, from River south next west of Calhoun.

Hood, from Pritcliard south to R. R. next east of West.

Jackson, from Cnna^ to corj)oration line next west of A an BUren,

JeFFKrson, east froi^A corporation Hue to Harmer next south o^
Washinj^ton.

li.AFAYKTTK, soutli fi'om rivcr to coi[)()ratioVi line next etist of Barr-.



STREET DlRBt^TORV.



Lewis, from Ewing east next south of Madison and Jeff^fson.

Madis(in, earft from Barr to Ilarnier between Washington'^ilnd
Lewis.

Maiden Lane, south from Canal to Berry west of Hai'rison.

Ma[\, east from River to Canal north of Berry.

MuNROE, from Canal south to Lewis east of Clay.

Xklsox, south from Washington between Garden and College.

Nirdllv(;er, west from Blutlton Plank Road next south of Wall.

Peari,, from Fulton east between Main and Canal.

PRrreiiARD, from Broadway west next north of Railroad.

RocKHiLL, from Washington to Main west of Union.

Union, from corporation line to Berry next west of .fackson.

Van Bl'rkn, from Canal to corporation line next west of Broad-
way.

Wall, west from Bluffton Plank Road next south of Pittsburgh
Ft. Wayne & Chicago Raihoad.

Wasiiinctox, east from corporation line to Harmer next north
of Jefferson.

Water, from Ewing east to River north of Columbia.

Wayne, east from Rockhill to Harmer next north of Washing-
ton.

Webster, from Berry south to corporation line between Ewing
and Harrison.

West, from Pritchard south to Railroad next west of Hood.

Wii-T, from Nelson east next south of Jefferson.



BOUxNDARIES OF WARDS.



FIRST WARD.— Comprises all that part of the City lying
east of Lafayette Street.

second' WARD.— Comprises all that part of the City ly-
ing west of Lafayette street and east of Calhoun street.

THIRD WARD.— Comprises all that part of the City lying
between Calhoun and Ewing.

FOURTH WARD.— Comprises that part of the City lying
between Ewing and Broadway.

FIFTH WARD.— Comprises all that part of the City lying
Xvest of Broadway.



CITV (iOVERX.ALKNT.



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MA^'OR.— 1'^ P. Randall, oilier v.- s Clinton b Colunihia and
Main

MARSHALL.— J()^^('l)h Price, olliec at Mayors ofliee.

C'Ll'iRIv.-r Mo>(>:^ Drake, oliice w s" Calhoun l)'M:nn and
lieri'V.

SURA^EYOR.— Wm. Lvtle, office s s Alain h ]\w\i><r and
Cass.

ASSESSOR.— IL II. Bossier.

STREET COAIAIISSIONER.— IT(Mirv Tons.



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COHNCIL.

1st Ward, .Ino. Trentnian 2 years.

Chas. Rurt 4 ^ "

2d " Morris Codv 2 "

B. II. Tower 4 "

3d " II. Nearman 2

B. ]). Aliner 4 '^

4th " (). 1). Ilurd • .-2 "

" " Jas. IIuni])hi-ev 4 '■

5th " A. C. Beavers'- 2 "

I). Ne.-tle 4 "

City Council unlets evei-y 2nd and 41h Tuesday in (\ael)
month.

C'ity Llection, first Tuesday in May.



TOWNSPIIP OFFICERS.



TRUSTEE.— Clem. A. RckeriS, office north-west corner Cal-
houn and Berry.

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.— Benj. Saunders, Smallwood
Noel, J. W. Werden, W. W. Stevens.

CONSTABLES.— Chester Scarlett, F. J. Franks, John P.
Hedges, Alex. Hedges.



NOTARIES PUBLIC.



E. L. Chittenden, Term exph-es Oct. 10 18G3.
O. W. JefFerds, " " Sept. 15 1863.
Wm. Lytle, " " July 18 18G3.
Thos. Meegan, •' " April 20 1862.
A. H. Carrier, " " M'rchlll862.

F. H. Wolkie, " " May 19 1861.
C. Peipenbrink, " " April 4 1861.
Geo. W.Wood, " " Feb. 10 1861.
W. B. Walter, " •' Jan. 20 1861.
Geo. F. Stinchcomb, " " Jan. 20 1861.
S. B. Bond, " " Aug. 25 1860.



8C llOOL DEPARTMENT.



Ijoari) of Edi'cation. — Thos. 'I'igar, C. E. Sturj^is, llobt. E.
Flriniiij;, Sam'l lidsall, O. P. Mor«,'an.

Si'pi:rintem)Ent Public Schools. — Ceo. A. Irvin.

Sjiiool Hi;iLi)iN(;.s. — North-cast corner of Washington and
Clay, and south-west corner Griffith and Jelferson.



FIRE DEPARTMENT.



GEORGE II U M P H R E Y
Chief Engineer.



Indepdndknt Alert Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1. — Meets First

AVednesday in Month at Firemen's Hall, L. T. Bourie,

Foreman, Wm. II. II. Hull, Secretary.
Wide Awake Engine Co. No. 1. — T, Lonergan, Foreman; Hall

north side Main between Calhoun and Harrison.
Mechanic'.s Engine Co. No. 2. — O. U. Hurd, Foreman, Hall

north side Main b Calhoun and Harrison.



COUNTY OFFICERS,



CLERK.
Isaac D. G. Nelson, ofHce n w c Public Square. Term ex-
pires Nov. 1, 1SG2.

SHERIFF.
Wm. Fleming, office s w c Public Square. Term expires
Nov. 4, 1800.

AUDITOR.
Francis L. Furste, office n e c Public Square. Term of of-
fice expires September 1801.

TREASURER.

Alex. Wiley, office nee Public Square. Term of office ex-
pires Nov. 7,*1801.

RECORDER.
Piatt J. Wise, office s w c Public Square. Term of office
expires June 15, 1804.

CORONER.
John P. Waters, res 193 w Washington. Term of office ex-
pires March 14, 1861.

SURVEYOR.
Wm. McLaughlin, office s w c Public Square; J. W. Mc-
Arthur Deputy

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
T. M. Andrews, Term expires October 1860;

John Shaffijr, " " " 1862.

Michael Crow, " " «' 1801.

COURTS.
Common Pleas. — Joseph Brackenridge, Judge. Joseph S.
France, Prosecuting Attorney. Terms commence respectively
on the first Monday of January, April, July, and October, and
continue four weeks each term.

Circuit.— E. R. Wilson, Judge. John Colerick, Pros. Att'y.
Terms commence in May and November each year and con-
tinue three weeks.



u w ^ u. s^ $ i

No. 40 Calhoun St., Cor. Main & CaL



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Al\v:iv;5 koi'p on li;in<l a full supply of

PURE 08UOS, MEOlCmES, CHEMtCaLS^

IP-A-IISTTS, OI3LS,
V^A-I^lSriSIHIES, ID-^E STXJ Jr'Jr'S,

Soaps, Toilel and Fancf flflicles, Wioes and Liquofs,

ALL THE POPULAR PATENT M^blCINES;



Custonlcra :iii(i I^liysicians Will ahvaVs find a full a?30rtmcnt of everything be-
\onging to our lii'e of Business, and would do well i6 dull and examine «ur Stock
before purclmsiug elsewiiere.



G. 13. OR VIS,

aAent for

WHEEIER a WltSON 8 SEWIMG MACHmES

No. 08 Columbia ^ti^feet.

FORT WAYNE, Ind.



PUBLIC HALLS,



FIREMEN'S HALL, e s Calhoun b Main and Columbia.

COLERICK'S HALL, n s Columbia b Clinton and Barr.

MASONIC HALLS, n wc Berry and Calhoun, and ws Cal-
houn b Main and Berrv.

ODD FELLO\yS HALL, c s Calhoun b Main and Colum-
bia.

NILL'S HALL, w s Calhoun b Berrv and Wavne.

PRATT'S HALL, n w c Main and Harrison.



NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS.



Dawson's I'imes, (daily and weekly) John W. Dawson, Edi-
tor and Proprietor, office w s Calhoun b Main and Berry, opp.
Public Square.

Ft. Wayne Sentinel, (weekly,) Thomas Tigar, Editor and
Proprietor, office w s Calhoun b Main and Columbia.

Indiana Staats Zeitun«, (weekly,) Gustavus.T. Neubert, Edi-
tor and and Proprietor, office nee Columbia and Clinton.



ROCKHILLL HOUSE,

PHILO RUmSEY, - - - - Proprietor.

Sc)^lth-^\'<^-<t C oi*. Main ;\nd Hi-oacUvjn'.



FOUT WAYNK Im>



Dealer in Hats, Caps, & Furs, No. 95 Columbia St.

Foiri' \VAV.\t:, isu.



DR. P. M. LEO N ARD,

H M E P a T H I G P H V S I C U N >

FORT WAYNi;, Im..



J. G-. T HIE ME & BRO.



FOUT WAYNE, Inu



JACOB KING, Jr.

JBluclkHiii UM fi u €l W^gon Sh op .

FOIIT WAYXF, Is-jj.



CHURCH DIRECTORY.



BAPTIST. — -Charch we^t icicle Clinton b Wavne and Bcrrv.
Ilcv. S. Wilkins. Pastor.

C.FJIMAX PvEFORMED.— St. John's Church, south side
Washington b Harrison and V/ebster. Rev. J. H. Kline Pas-
tor.

GERMAN .AIETHODIST.— Church north-east corner Wash-
ington and Fulton. Rev. Mr. Earth, Pastor.

.lEWISH. — Synagogue w s Harrison b Wayne and Berry.
Rev. Solomon, Rabbi.

LUTHERAN. — English Lutheran, s s Berry b Barr and La-
fayette. Rev. Wm. RuthrolF, Pastor.

St. Pauls, west s'de Ban b Jefferson and Lewis. Rev. Wm.
Sihler, Pastor.

St. Johns, east side Van Buren south of Washington. Rev.
H. Kuhn, Pastor.

METHODIST EPISCOPAL.— Berry street Chapel, north-
east corner of Berry and Harrison. Rev. V. M. Beemer, Pas-
tor.

Wayne Street Chapel, south-west corner of Wayne and
Broadway. Rev. C. Martindale, Pastor.

PRESBYTERL\N.— First Presbyterian, south-east corner
Berry and Clinton. Rev. John ]\L Lowrie, Pastor.

Second Presbyterian, south side Berry b Webster and Ewing.
Rev. E. Curtis Pastor.

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL.— Trinity Church, south-east
corner Berry and Harrison. Rev. Stephen H. Battin, Rector.

ROMAN'CATHOLIC. — St. Augustine's Cathedral, east side
Calhoun b Jefferson and Lewis. Very Rev. Julien Benoit, Pas-
tor.

St. Mary's south east corner Lafayette and Jefferson. Rev.
Joseph Wentz Pastor.

Right Rev. John H. Leurs, Bishop of Fort Wayne.



DAAVSON'S







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O.Tice, West Side Calhoun Opp. Public Square.



FOriT W_A.YN3i] IND.






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Established as the Organ of the Whig Party A. D. 1840i




TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.



IP ail f/ Times
JVeeklf/ Tifncs



$6,001
2,00



Plain and Ornamantal Job Work.



The Weekly is the largest paper and the best Medmm f(
Advcrtism?, as it Circulates throughout all Northern India|-:
and its reading matter being the best selections of the Dail}
makes it a desiral)lc home paper.

JOHN W. DAWSON. Editor eV: Proprietor.



OFFICIAL LIST.



OF



J USTICES OF THE PEACE

FOR ALLEN COUNTY.



Justices.
I&dwin L. Knight,
John Stuner,
Thomas Hatfield,
Isaac Coles,
Jno. W. Hutsell,
Samuel Shryock,
Simeon W. Stowder,
George Bullard,
Silas Work,
Nicholas Ladig,
Smallwood Noel,
VVm. W. Stevens,
J. D. Werdcn,
Benjamin Saunders,
P. P. Randall,
Owen Hatfield,
lohn E. Semon,
Sampson Xewbraugh,
Calvin F. Maynard,
William Cutts,
William Song,
Xoah M. GrandstafT,
[saac A. Slater,
Socrates Bacon,
Piatt Squiers,
Francis Sweet,
las. W. Watson,
Fames English,
Thomas Potts,
lacob W, Hare,
lohn W. Putt,
"tacob Cook,
fohn Bossecker,
lohn Sheehan,
Samuel Clem,



TOWNSHIP.

Cedar Creek,

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Washington,
Eel River,
Aboite,

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Jefferson,
Wayne,



Lafayette,

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Perry,

Springfield,

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Marion,

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Adams,

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Scipio,

Lake,

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Madison,

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Pleasant,

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St; Josephj

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Monroe,



TERM

May

May

Apr.

Jan.

Apr.

Apr.

Apr.

May

Apr.

Nov.

Jan.

Apr.

Apr.

June

May

Apr.

Jan.

Apr.

Apr.

Oct.

Apr.

Sept.

Oct.

Apr.

May

Apr.

May

Mav

:uly

May

Nov.

Apr.

Apr.

Nov.

Oct.



EXPIRES.



2 1863.

7 1860.
10 1863.

21 1860,
20 1863.
28 1860.
20 1863.

7 1860.
20 1860.

3 1862.

27 1862.

28 1864.

22 1860.

28 1861.

3 1861.
27 1862.
27 1860.
27 1862.
27 1862.

29 1860.
27 1862.

. 1 1860.

17 1861.
16 1861.

30 1861.
16 1861.

1 1861.

2 1861.

18 1860.
5 1861.

4 1860.
16 1861.
22 1860.

4 1860.
29 1860.



W. JACOBS c^ SON,

AND WllOl.KSAl.K .V IIF/IWIL

DEUERS IH BOOTS, SHOES HEATHER

Corner of Columbia and Calhoun Sts.
FORT WAYNE, Ind.



CtTY MttU

Near David F. Comparet's Warehouse'



FORT WAYNE Ind-



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The best accommodations furnished on terms suited to the times-



MASONIC.



Halls, n w c Calhoun and Berry, and ws Calhoun b Main and
Berry.

Wayne Lodce, No. 25, instituted May 1823; meets every Tues-
day evening, on or preceeding the full moon.

Summit Lodge, No. 170, instituted May 18.55; meets every Fri-
day evening on or preceeding ihe full moon.

Ft. Wavxe Chapter, No. 19, instituted May, 1851; meets 1st
Wednesday in each month.

Ft. Wayne Council, No. 19, instituted May 1855; meets 1st
Saturday in each month.

Ft. Wayne Encampment, No. 4, instituted December, 1854; meets
3d Wednesday in each Month.



I. O. O. F.



Hall, e s Calhoun b Main and Columbia.

Ft. Wayne Lodge, No. 14, instituted October, 1843; meets

every Monday evening.
Harmony Lodge, No. 19, instituted January, 1843; meets every

Thursday evening.
Summit Encampment, No. 16, instituted November, 1849; meets

1st and 3d Saturday evening in each month.



I. O. G. T.



Hall, north-east corner Calhoun and Main.

Total Abstinence Lodge No. 26 meets every Saturday evening

at Temperance Hall.
Washington Lodge No. 109 meets every Thursday evening at

Temperance Hall.



Manufacturers and Wholesale & Retail Dealers in

TT 71 T) TvT "c;^ ^a ^ r* A. "T T ,% '^ '^

j^x J-1 Xi ri i I 0, ^; V xt XI A jxi ib ,
Whips, Trunk.^, &^c. &c.

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FORT WAINE, lud.



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OF HARTFORD CONN.



(ASH fAHTAL $200,000 Assets, $230,2o1.89

CEO. W. JEWETT, Secy. - A. M. WATERMAN, Preset

Policies of Iiisvirancc iipaiiisl loss or dninago l\v fire on most kinds of Propcr-
tT at i'air rates.

SOL. D. BAYLESS, A<?ont.



PORT WAYNE, Ind.



FORT WAYNE COLLEGE,

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FACULTY.
IIhv. R. D. Robinsox, a. M. President, and Prof, of Moral and

oMrntal Science.
JIev. Thomas Gomstock, A. B., Prof, of Languages and English

Literature.
Miss Mary Dibble, Adjunct Teacher of JMathcmatics and Draw-
ing.
Henry Orff, Proffessor of Music.
IMr.s. Mary K. Robinsox, jMatron.

OFKCERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES..
Hon. Wm. Rockhill, President.
Isaac Jenkinson, Sccrctmij.
John M. Miller, Treasurer.

Fort Wayne College was incorporated by the Legislature of
the State in the year 1846, and has now been in successful
operation for nearly twelve years. It is situated in the most
pleasant part of the City, commanding an extensive view of
of the town and country, and is under the patronage of the
North and North-West Indiana Conferences.

EXPENSES.

Tuition in Preparatory Department $1,00

Music 9,00

Contingent Fee- ^ • • • • 1 ,00

Washing per dozen 50

Tuition in Collegiate Department 8,00

Use of Piano 3,00

Board in Boarding Hall per week 2,00

Boarding in Private Families 2,50

Fall Term begins Wednesday, September 14th, and closes
November 30.

Winter term begins, Thursday, December 1st. and closes
March 1st.

Summer term begins Wednesday, March 22nd. and closes
June 20,



CITY

r\u msut(AHce co.

C. C. WAITE, Scc'j. C. B. COAVEUS Pros.

S. II. PRICE, Gen. Agent, Chicago Illinois.

Cash Capital and SurpliiSj $325,698.04

SOL,, n. n.l\*JLJESS, .Igent.

FORT WAYNE, I\d.

THE MANHATTAN
CO.

INCORPORATED 1821.

Office No. 08 Wall Street New York,

e.ti'IT.tl. S'iS0,OOO - SVItJPLiUS $150,000

IiLsures Buildings, .Merchandise, Furniture, Vessels iu Port and their Cargoes
and other property against Loss or Damage by Fire.

FORT WAYNE, I.m)



MISCELLANEOUS,



SuL D. Bai/lc.ts, Real Estate, Insurance and Collecting Agent,
office 11 "2, Clinton street.

Indiana Land Office, John Hough, Jr., Agent ; Avest side Cal-
houn, b Main and Berry.

/. H. Mijcrs, Insurance Agent, office at N. P. Stockbridge's
Bookstore.

Ft. Maj/ne Harmonic Society, meets every Monday evening at
Harmony Hall ; Isaac Jenkinson President ; S. W. Kim-
ball, Musical Director.

Ft. Waijnc Gas Light Co., cor. of Barr and Canal. Incorpora-
ted March 6, 1855. Capital, $65,000. J. P. Edgerton,
President ; R. E. Fleming, Treasurer, B. D. Angell, Sec-
retary. A. P. Edgerton, R. E. Fleming, Aaron Clark,
Wm. Rockhill, P. J. Wise.

Dawson's Fort Wayne Daily and Weekly Times. The Weekly
was established A. I). 1840, as the organ of the Whig
Party, under the name of " The Fort Wayne Times." In
the latter part of the year 1844, the " Peoples' Press"
was united to the Times and the paper called the " Fort
Wayne Times and People's Press." In the beginning of
September, 1853, and at the commencement of Vol. 14,
John W. Dawson became the sole Editor, in June 1854,
the sole Proprietor, and in Sept. of the same year sole
Editor and Proprietor, having changed the name of the
paper to " The Fort Wayne Times." On the IGth July,
1855 the " Fort Wayne Daily Times " was commenced
and on the first of September of that year the Weekly
name was changed to ''The Fort Wayne Weekly Times."
The Daily was continued for one year and then discon-
tinued until Feb. 1st., 1859 when it Avas revived under
the name of "Dawson's Fort Wayne Daily Times," and
the beginning of Vol. 20th of the Weekly about the 1st
Sept. 1859, the Weekly assumed the name of" Dawson's
Fort Wayne Weekly Times," and under these names the
said papers are published — conducted by John W. Daw-
son, as Independent Whig Journals,



SOL. D. BAYLBSS.

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Will attend to Selling-, Purchasing- or Leasing Real

Estate, Paying Taxes.

COLLECTi:SG OR SECURING CLAIMS.
Hefers to any Mau or Firm on the Face of ilic Globe.

Office on the corner of Wayne and Clinton Sts.
FORT WAYNE, I.vd,

GRAI>JITE FUKiAITUKE 8TOKE,
Husk and Plair INlatrasses.

No's 50 &L 52 East Main Street.

FORT WAYNE Ind.



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ABBREVIATIONS.

nl alley, h .....*...... house,

atty attoriu'V, lab laborer,

b between, manu'r manufacturer'

bds boards, mer merchaut,

c corner, n north ,

carp carpenter ,opp opposite,'

elk clerk, s south,

e' east, v,' west,

enfr engineer, wh wholesale,



A.



A BBOTT WISI. T.

^-j^ iStaple and Fancy Diy Goods, Carpeting, Groceries, 75*

Columbia, h 148 \v Berry
Ahinger John, drayman, 200 Madison
Aiken Stewart, elk. Hill: & Orbison, h 446 w Waynie
Aiken Mrs. Elizabeth, 242 e Jefferson
Albright Geo. S. fireman, bds Kime House
Ali John, elk, bds 22 w Washington
Altekruse Fred, shoemaker, 71J w Washington
Albert Jule;?, baker, ^tks 02 e Main
Alter Nicholas, lab. 208 e Jefferson
Alliger Benj. machinist, 75 w Water
Allen Cyrus, carp. 165 w Wayne
Allen A. J. esquire, printer 77 w Jefferson



O. L. STARKEY.

GILDING, PAPER HANGING.

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BROIVZIi\G COIDMIVS, PICTIRE FRAMES,

IMAGES OF ALL KINDS, &c &c

FORT WAYNE Inn.



A.



25



\ I.T.KN & CO.

^ V (\Vm. T. A. & 13. W. Oakley) Dealers in Stoves, Tin, Cop-
per and Sheet Iron ware.
Adams J. engineer, Pittsburgh road, bds Hedekin House
Allen VVm. T- dealer in hardware and stoves, h 20 e Washino -
ton *

A MPJplCAN HOUSE,

■^ li. 11. Schneiders, proprietor, s s Columbia, b Calhoun and

Harrison
Anient George, butcher, h e s Barr h Wayne and Washino-toil
A MjERTCAX express CO.
^^ n w c Calhoun and Berry, S. McElvain, agent
Amy Frank, elk Schwegman, h 175 e Wayne
Anderson W. H. machinist, 91 Lewis
Anderson Calvin, (Probasco 6c A.) h 117 w Wayne
Anderson Gwinn, clerk Probasco and Anderson, bds 117 w

Wayne

Anderson T. P. h 46 w Berry

Anderson Samuel G. carpenter, south side of Wilt west of
College

Andrews Wm. dentist, wks A^napp, 33 e ]Main
Andrews Edward, in Andrew's planing mill, h 27 Madison
Andrews Davies, boiler maker, h e s Barr b Lewis and R. R
Andrews M. R. carp, and joiner, manu'r sash, doors and blinds,

n s canal b Clinton and Barr, and 63 Water
Anheubroch Antony, wks Bakers' saw mill, h 225 e Wayne
Armstrong John H. grocer, h 69 w Berry
Allabaugh Erastus, cooper, bds Main st. Exchange
Arnold John, carp, h 125 w Washington
Armstrong Malinda, widow, 251 w Berry
A Rundel Miss Ada, h 189 w Washington

A EMSTPtOXO J. IT.
-^^ Dealer in Groceries and provisions w s Calhoun b Main

and Columbia
Antonbrock Barney, cart. 170 e Washington
Angell Byron, Secretary Ft. Wayne Gas Light Co., bds 170 w

Berry

Angell O. A. h 170 w Berry

Auman Borbary, wks 186 e Berry

Auman M. W. boiler maker, h 612 Jefferson

Avaline F. H. h 130 Clinton

Avahne Frank, elk Abbott, b 130 Clinton

Ayers H. P. physician, office n s Columbia b Clinton and Barr

h 120 Clinton
Andersoii Wm. machinist, wks Pittsburgh road



FORT WAYNE SENTINEL

PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT

C-A.LHOXJ^ STREET.

FORT WAYXF., Ind.

TIIOS. TIGAR, Editor & Piopii r.

The SFNTINEL is published every Saturday and havinp: a
general circulation throughout Allen and the adjoining^ Coun-
ties, offers great facilities to Advertisers. Advertisements con-
spicuously inserted at reasonable rates.

Terms $2 JPcr •Innum it« .Idvance*




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Of every description, neatly executed on the Shortest notice^
Havi»?g a large assortment of Types of the Newest and Best
Styles, we are prepared to execute every description of

PLAIN OR FANCY PRINTING.

In Black or Colored Inks, in a style equal to any other estab-
J'»iment in the State, and on the most favorable terms.



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BAYI.KSS soi^. r>.
Land and Insurance Agent office No. 112 Clinton, h 39 e

Wayne

Bash D. N- elk Hill and Orbison, h 143 w Berry

Bash Samuel, elk Hill & Orbison

Bass John H. (B. & Force) bds Hamilton House

Baker Christian, 193 w Berry

Baker Killian, sawyer, h 96 e Main

Baker Henry, sawyer, h 112 e Main

Baker Jacob, sawyer, h 138 e Main

Bailey Peter P, res 120 Clinton

Barcus House, 49 w Main, Daniel Barcus, proprietor

BARCUS JOHN,
Painter, bds Barcus House
Bady Frederick, railroader, h 182 w Jefferson
Baeir George, elk Meyers' drug store, bds 85 w Jefferson
Baeir Powell, shoemaker, wks Robinson's h 85 w Jefferson
Barrone John, turner, h 144 e Jefferson
Barnell Thomas, h 164 e Jefferson
Balain X. lab. h 182 e Jefferson
Balden Alfred, carpenter, 620 Jefferson
Baker Frederick, blacksmith, h 1 1 e Washington
Baker Prof. Wm. P. bds 91 e Washington
Babcock George, sash maker, h 200 e Washington
Barbour M. F. lightning rods, h 94 e Washington
Baker Charles, wagon maker, h 10 e Washington
Bansman Rudolph, 74 Madison
Barren Frances, widow, 104 Madison
Bartholomew H. B. carpenter, h 137 Madison
Baker & Bro. (J. K. & H.) saw mill, n s Wabash and Erie

canal, b Barr and Lafayette
Baglay Hugh, shoemaker, 27 w Water

BATTIN STEPHEN H. ^ . ,, „

Rector Trinity Church, (Protestant Episcopal) sec Berry

and Harrison

Baker Conrad, shoemaker, 27 w Water

Baptist Church, n s Clinton b Main and Berry

Banda Hermon, painter, h 200 Barr

Baker Christ, stone cutter, h 220 w Berry

Beugnot Simon V. printer, Sentinel office, bds 163 e Berry



SECURITY

FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,

Cheapest and Safest Mode of Insurance.
Dealers Receive Seventy-Five per cent of Net Proffits.

Office 31 riiic street, :N"ew-lL'oi-]v.

CASH CAPITAL - - $500,000

JOSEPH WALKER, President.
TIIOS. W. BIRDSALL, Vice President.

n. h. HAYCOCK, Secretary.



FORT WAYNE, I.nd.



QXJ_A.KERiCITY


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