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Wm. J. Kerr — Term expires June 7, 1869.
Benjamin Saunders — Term expires June 7, 1869.
David P. Whedon — Term expires June 7, 1869.
Chas. M. Barton — Term expires July 6, 1869.
Homer C. Hartman — Term expires July 6, 1869.
Christian Piepenbrink — Term expires May 18, 1869.
Jeiferson C. Bowser — Term expires November 17, 1869.
Chas. McCulloch— Term expires October 2, 1869.
James E. Graham — Term expires December 1, 1869.
Samuel H. Bloomhuff — Term expires December 1, 1869.
Edward O'Rourke — Term expires December 1, 1869.
John H. Fleming — Term expires January 9, 1870.
Frank V. V. Schell— Term expires January 12, 1870.
Fred. Beach — Term expires January 25, 1870.
A. H. Carier — Term expires April 2, 1870,
Wm. Griffiths— Term expires May 8, 1870.
Geo. P. Stinchcomb— Term expires May 7, 1870.
Wm. S. Crane — Term expires May 7, 1870.
Henry M. Williams — Term expires July 7, 1870.
Geo. W. Jones — Term expires August 11, 1869.
Chester Scarlett — Term expires January 7, 1871.
Thomas Meegan — Term expires January 7, 1871.
David P. White — Term expires January 15, 1871.
Elias G. Coverdale — Term expires January 29, 1871.
John W. Hayden — Term expires July 7, 1869.
Henry H. Bossier — Term expires May 2-4, 1871.
Henry Colerick- Term expires August, 1871.
Calvin D. Crane — Term expires November, 1871.
Allen Zollars — Term expires November 11, 1871.
Samuel Swaynie — Term expires November 29, 1871.
Peter Heller — Term expires December 26, 1871.
Allen McDougall — Term expires March 17, 1872.
Wm. Lytic — Term expires April 17, 1872.
Geo. R. Hartman — Term expires May 7, 1872.
Michael Crow — Term expires June 10, 1872.
Geo. W. Durgin, Jr — Terra expires July 9, 1872.



FOKT WAYNE OUT GDIDE.



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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE JUSTICES
OF THE PEACE FOE ALLEN CO.



NAME.

John McMillan,
John Dougal,
J. H. Anderson,
A. P. Crichton,

A. H. Wells,
S. H. Ambler,
Henry S. Kelsey,

B. F. Lehew,
Luke Levanaway,
Nicholas Ladig,
Wru. McCrory,
Geo. Billiard,
Jas. L. Hunter,
Simeon B. Stouder,
Patrick Ney,
Amaza Shaffer,
Daniel Byan,

F. A. Roy,
Winton Bennet,
Alouzo A. Baker,
Isam Boswell,
J. W. Hare,
Piatt Squiers,
Geo. (1. Nuttle,
Wra. Dickci'sou,
Peter S. Crisenburj,
Adam H. Bittin^er,
^ym. Stewart,
Bcnj. Saunders,

C. y. N. Millimau,



COUNTY.

Jackson,

Adams,

Adams,

Pleasant,

Washington,

LaFayctte,

Washington,

Marion,

St. Joseph,

Jefferson,

Cedar Creek,

Aboite,

Adams,

Aboite,

Lake,

Madison,

Wayne,

Jefferson.

Lake,

Monroe,

Mauraee,

Pleasant,

Soipio,

-Milan,

Monroe,

Springfield,

Wayne,

Wayne,

Wayne,

Wayne,



P. O. ADDRESS.

Monrocville,

New Haven,

New Haven,

Little River,

Fort Wayne,

Zanosville,

Fort Wayne,

Root,

Fort Wayne,

New Haven,

Leo,

Fort Wayne,

Nev/ Haven,

Fort Wayne,

Randall,

Massillon,

Fort Wayne.

New Haven,

Randall,

Monroeville,

Monroeville,

Little River,

Hall's Corners,

Charaberiain,

Monroeville,

Harlan,

Fort Wayne,

P'ort Wayne,

Fort Wayne,

Fort Wayne,



TERM EXPIRES

April 18, 1872

April 27

April 18

November 12

January 21

January 22

January 21

April 19

May 20

November 7

November 9

November 7

April 19

April 19

April 19

June 20

June 23

April 28

May 3

April 28

April 28

May 5

Mav 29

April 28

October 29

October 29

October 28

April 27

April 19

April 19



1872
1872
1871
1872
1872
1872
1871
1871
1870
1870
1870
1871
1871
1870
1869
18G9
1869
1869
1869
1869
18G9
1869
1869
1868
1868
1871
1872
1870
1870



BANKS AND BANKERS.



j Fort Wayne National Bank — South-west corner Main and Clinton-
j Capital, §250,000. Chas. D. Bond, President: Pliny Hoagland, Vice
I President; Jared D. Bond, Cashier. Pliny Hoagland. Oliver P. Morgan,
j Jesse L. Williams, Benj. W. Oakley, Chas. D. Bond, Directors.

First National Bank of Fort Wayne — South-east corner Main and
Court. Capital, 8200,000. J. D. Nuttman, President; John Orff, Vice
President ; W. B. Fisher, Cashier. Samuel T. Hanua. F. Nirdlinger.
J. M. Miller, John Orff, J. D. Nuttman, A. S. Evans, A. D. Bran-
driff; W. B. Fisher, B. D. Miner, Directors.



26 FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE.

Merchants National Bank — North-west corner Main and Calhoun.
Capital, $100,000. S. C. Evans, President; D. P. Whedon, Vice Presi-
dent; Dr. John S. Irwin, Cashier. S. C. Evans, D. P. Whedon, Sol. D.
Bajless, N. P. Stockbridge, H. C. Schrader, Directors.

PRIVATE :

Allen, Hamilton & Co. — West side Calhoun opposite Court House.



INSUEANCE COMPANIES AND

AGENCIES.



HOME COMPANY:

State Insurance Company of Fort Wayne — -Office, 11 Clinton street.
Capital, $100,000. James L. Worden, President ; S. Ijumbard, Secre-
tary. James L. Worden, S. Lumbard, H. B. Reed, O. Bird, George W.
Babcock, Directors.

AGENCIES:

American Life Insurance Company of Philadelphia.

J. Frank Condon, Agent, Hamilton's Hall Building.

^tna Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn.

Home Insurance Company of New York City.

International Fire Insurance Company of New York City.

Underwriters' Agency of New York City.

Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York City.

John Hough, Agent, Office 50 Calhoun street.

Phoenix Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
Travelers Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
Hartford Live Stock Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
Insurance Company of North America, Philadelphia, Penn.
Manhattan Fire Insurance Company, New York City.
Home Life Insurance Company, Brooklyn, N. Y.

H. H. BossLER, Agent, Hamilton's Building.

American Horse Insurance Company.

Brooklyn Life Insurance Company, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Thos. p. Cordrey, Agent, 20 E. Berry.

Phoenix Insurance Company, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Fire and Marine Insuiance Company, Springfield, Mass.

Winneshiek Insurance Company, Freeport, 111.

State Insurance Company, Fort Wayne, Ind.

New England Mutual Life Insurance Company, Boston, Mass.

S. Lumbard, Agent, 11 Clinton street.

Hartford Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
Merchants Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
Indianapolis Insurance Company, Indianapolis, Ind.

F. P. Randall, Agent, 9 Clinton street.



FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE. 27



^tna Life Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.

A. H. Carier, Agent, over Post Office.
Lorillard Fire Insurance Company, New York City.
Merchants Fire Insurance Company, Chicago, 111.
City Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.

H. C. Hartman, Agent, Hamilton's Hall Building.
Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company.
Equitable Lifp Assurance Society, New York City.

Dr. John S. Irwin, Agent, north-west corner Main and Calhoun.

North-Western Mutual Life Insurance Company, Milwaukee, Wis.

Security Fire Insurance Company, New York City.

Continental Fire Insurance Company, New York City.

Home Fire Insurance Company, New Haven, Conn.

North American Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.

Putnam Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.

Enterprise Insurance Company, Cincinnati.

Republic Insurance Company, Chicago.

Lumbermens Insurance Company, Chicago.

Geo. W. Durgin, Jr., A^ent, 26 Court street.

Continental Life Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn.

J. J. Kamm, Agent, 24 Court street.



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COUNTY OFFICEKS.



Court House, east side of Calhoun between Main and Berry.



JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT:

Robert Lowry, Judge of the 10th Judicial Circuit. Term expires
November, 1870.

JUDGE COURT COMMON PLEAS :

Robert S. Taylor, (by appointment), of the 20th Common Pleas Dis-
trict. Term expires October, 1868.

JUDGE CRIMINAL CIRCUIT COURT :

James W. Borden— Office, Court House. Term expires October, 1873.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT :

Wm. Fleming — Office, Court House. Term expires November, 1870.
John H. Fleming, Deputy.

SHERIFF :

John McCartney— Office, Court House. Term expires October, 1870.
Isaac W. Campbell and Joseph Burchfield, Deputies.

AUDITOR :

H.J. Rudisill— Office, Court House. Term expires October, 1869.
Clarens Mathieu, Clerk ; F. W. Kuhne, Deputy.



28 FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE.

TREASURER :

Henry Monning — Office, Court House. Term expires October, 1869.

C. M. Barton, Deputy.

RECORDER:

Clem. A. Rekers — Office, Court House. Term expires June, 1872.

D. P. White, Deputy.

SURVEYOR :

J. S. Goshorn — Office, Court House. Term expires November, 1869.

CORONER :

Jolm P. Waters — Term expires October, 1869.

COMMISSIONERS :

Office, in Court House. — Meet Quarterly.

David H. Lipes — Term expires October, 1869.
John A. Robison — Term expires October, 1870.
John Begue — Term expires October, 1871.

PROSECUTOR OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Joseph S. Dailey — Residence, BluflFton. Term expires December, 1868.

PROSECUTING ATTORNEY :
Edward O'Rourke — Office, north-west corner of Main and Calhoun.
Term expires October, 1873.

SUPERINTENDENT POOR HOUSE : •

John Spice — Term expires September, 1872.

SCHOOL EXAMINER:

James H. Smart — Office, at High School. Term expires June, 1872.

COUNTY PHYSICIAN:

Chas. E. Sturgis — Term expires June, 1869.

COURT HOUSE JANITOR :
David A. Robison — Term expires March, 1869.



NEWSPAPERS.



Port Wayne Daily and Weekly Gazette — Office, 5-4 Calhoun. Fort
Wayne Gazette Co., Publishers and Proprietors.

Fort Wayue Daily and Weekly Democrat — Office, south-west corner
of Calhoun and Pearl. E. Zimmerman & Co., Publishers and Proprie-
tors.

Indiana Staats Zeitung (German) Tri- Weekly and Weekly — Office,
north-east corner of Columbia and Clinton. John D. Sarnighausen,
Publisher and Proprietor.

Sunday Morning Chronicle, (Weekly) — Office, north-west corner of
Main and Clinton. Freeman, Tigar & Co., Publishers and Proprietors.

Fort Wayne Advertiser — Office, in Swinney's Block, opposite Court
House. Thos. S. Taylor, Publisher and Proprietor.



FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE. 29



MISCELLANEOUS.



Allen County Bible Society — Organized April, 1833. Depository, 73
Columbia. Meets last Tuesday in eacli month. A. S.Evans, Treasurer.

Indiana Laud Agency — John Hough, Proprietor. Office, 50 Cal-
houn street.

Fort Wayne College — West end of Wayne street. Incorporated in
184:6, under the patronage of the North and North-West Indiana Con-
ferences. C. P. Hodge, Professor in Charge. Officers of the Board of
Trustees: Isaac Jenkinson, President; John M. IMiller, Treasurer.

Pendagger Club — Organized June 11, 1848. Meets the first Satur-
day evening iu each mouth. Ilooms, Columbia street between Calhoun
and Clinton. W. J. Van Schuyver, President; E. L. Chittenden, Sec-
retary.

Lini'.euwood Cemetery — Situated on Huntington Road, one-and-a-half
niiles from the city. I. D. G. Nelson, President ; Jared D. Bond, Sec-
retary and Treasurer ; I. D. G. Nelson, J. L. Williams, Chas. D. Bond,
P. Hoagland and 0. P. Morgan, Trustees.

Fort W^ayne Gas Light Co. — Organized August, 1855. Capital,
§150,000. A. P. Edgerton, President ; H. H. Edgerton, Secretary and
Treasurer ; J. H. Walker, Engineer ; A. P. Edgerton, R. E. Fleming,
Byron D. Angell, Sylvester Medbury and H. H. Edgerton, Directors.

German Catholic Carl Barromceus Society — Organized August, 1860.
FLill in St. Joseph's School, corner of Jeflersou and Lafayette streets.
31artin Bargus, Marshal; Erwin Weber, President; Mathias Schuler,
First Secretary ; Joseph Banner, Second Secretary ; Conrad Tremmel,
Third Secretary ; John Mohr, Treasurer.

Caledonian Society — Organized February, 1860. Meets at room in
Court House Building, first Thursday evening in each month. Election
of Directors annually iu February.

Working Men's Institute and Library — Organized August, 1854.
Booms in Court House Building. Election of Directors annually in
December.

Township Library — No. 78 Columbia street. Open every Saturday.
Number of Volumes, 1,200. John A. Maier, Librarian.

Concordia College — Situate north side Maumee Pioad, cast of Corpo-
ration Line. Under the auspices of the (jerman Evangelical Lutheran
Synod of Missouri, Ohio and, other States. Board of Trustees and In-
spectors : Rev. H. C. Schwan, Cleveland, 0. ; Bev. F. W. Husmann,
Euclid, 0. ; J. G. Thiume, John F. W. Meyer, Christ. Schaper, Fort
Wayne ; Rev. Dr. Wm. Sihler, President ; G. A. Sazer, Director ; C.
Bonnet, Treasurer.

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Division No. 12 — Organjr^d
12th April, 1864. Meets every Saturday evening at Hall No. I'J (j''
ton street. Clark Snider, C. E. ; H. C. Brush, F. A. E.

Lafayette French Benevolent Society — Organized February, 1861.
Meets second Saturday in each month at Hall No. 54 E. Main street.
A. H. Carier, President; A. Parniu, Sec'y ; J . B. Chauvey, Treasurer.



30 FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE.



The Fort Wayne Buildins;, Loan and Savings Association — Patrick S.
O'Rourke, President; W. B. Fisher, Treasurer; Geo. W. Durgin, Jr.,
Secretary ; John M. Godown, Jos. B. Stellwagon, John B. Morgan, Wm.
Waddington, Isaac Howey and Oscar A. Simons, Directors. Annual
meeting, first Monday in September. Organized July, 1868. Directors
meeting, first Monday in each month. Office, 26 Court street.

The Summit City Building, Loan and Savings Association — David P.
Whedon, President ; W. B. Fisher, Treasurer ; Geo. W. Durgin, Jr.,
Secretary ; Patrick S. O'Rourke, Lorin Smith, John B. Morgan, Fred.
A. Gorham, Henry H. Bossier and Hiram Poyser, Directors. Annual
meeting, first Monday in March. Organized August, 1868. Directors
meeting, first Tuesday in each month. Office, 26 Court street.

Fort Wayne Library and Lecture Association — Reading Room in
Hamilton's Hall Building. Organized in July, 1868, P. G. Kelsey, M.
D., President ; F. W. Keil, Secretary ; D. C. Fisher, Treasurer ; W. B.
Fisher, H. H. Robinson, J. H. Smart, H. H. Bossier and A. S. Evans,
Directors.



BOUNDAEIES OF WAEDS.



FIRST WARD — Comprises all that part of the city lying between
Lafayette and Monroe streets, north of Railroad Tracks.

SECOND WARD — Comprises all that part of the city lying between
Lafayette and Calhoun streets, north of Railroad Tracks.

THIRD WARD — Comprises all that part of the city lying between
Calhoun and Ewing streets, north of Railroad Tracks.

FOURTH WARD— Comprises all that part of the city lying west of
Ewing and east of Broadway, north of Railroad Tracks.

FIFTH WARD— Comprises all that part of the city lying west of
Broadway and north of T., W. & W. Railway Track,

SIXTH WARD— Comprises all that part of the city lying west of
Calhoun and south of T., W, & W. Railway Track ,

SEVENTH WARD— Comprises all that part of the city lying east of
Calhoun and south of both Railway Tracks,

EIGHTH WARD— Comprises all that part of the city lying east of
Ma'^foe street and north of T., W. & W. Railway Track.



FORT WATNE CITY GUIDE. 31



STEEET DIKECTOEY.



Baker, west from Calhoun next south of Brackenridge.

Barr, south from Duck next east of Clinton.

Bass, from Fairfield Av. east to Hoagland next north of Colerick.

Berry, east from Rockhill to Canal next north of Wayne.

Bluifton Plank lioad, continuation of Broadway from P., Ft. W. & C.

Railway, running south-west.
Bowser, west from Lima Plank Roud, Bloomingdale.
Brackenridge, west from Calhoun next south of Douglas Av.
Braudriff, west from Webster to Hoagland next south of Melita.
Broadway, from Canal to Bluffton Plank Road next west of Fulton.
Buchanan, east from Lafayette to Hanna, Lasselle's addition.
Butler, from Fairfield Av. east to Lafayette next south of Williams.
Calhoun, south from Canal Feeder to City Limits, between Harrison and

Clinton.
Canal, from Clay to Monroe next north of Berry.
Cass, south from Canal Feeder to Berry, between Ewing and Maiden

Lane.
Cass, north from High to Douglas, Bloomingdale.
Cass, south from Lasselle next east from Piqua Plank Road, Lasselle

addition.
Charles, east from Calhoun to Hanna next south of Wallace.
Charley, east from Hanna to Smith south of Samuel.
Chicago, north side P., Ft. W. & C. Railway, west from Calhoun to

Kansas.
Clay, south from Canal to Lasselle, between Lafayette and Monroe.
Clinton, south from Duck next east of Calhoun.
Colerick, from Fairffeld Av. east to Hoagland next south of Bass.
College, south from Berry next east of Nelson.
College No. 2, south from Wayne next east of Walter.
Columbia No. 1, from Harrison east to Lafayette next north of Main.
Columbia No. 2, east from Fulton north of Canal.
Comparet, south from W^ayne next east of King.
Court, from Main to Berry between Calhoun and Clinton.
Creighton, east from Hoagland to Hanna, south of Lasselle.
Dawson, west from Piqua Road to Hoagland, next south of Highland

and Brandriff.
Division, south from Maumee Road to Lewis, next east of Harmer.
Douglas, west from Lima Plank Road, Bloomingdale.
Douglas Avenue, west from Calhoun next south of Lewis.
Duryee, east from Fairfield Av. to Hoagland, next south of Butler.
Duck, from Calhoun east to River, next north of Water.
Edsall, from Berry to Main next west of Jackson
Elm, south from Maumee Road to Lewis next east of Ohio.
Erie, north from St. Louis next west of Fairfield Av.
Ewing, from River south between Grifiith and Cass.
Fairfield Avenue, continuation of Grifiith

Fifth, east from Lima Plank Road next north of Fourth, Bloomingdale
First, east from Lima Plank Road next north of the River, Bloomingdale



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FORT WAYNE CITY GUIDE.



Force, Jones & Bass' Foundry Addition.

Fourth, east from Lima Plank Road next nortli of Third, Bh)omin;^dale.

Francis, south from Canal to Lewis next east of [Linna.

Fulton, from lliver south between Gritfith and Broadway.

Garden, from \Vashin;j;ton south next west of Nelson.

Gay, south from P., Ft. W. & C. 11. B. next east of John.

Georire, west from Fairfield Av. next south of Stur^is.

Grand, south side T., W. & W. Eailway, from Calhoun to Kansas.

Grant, east from Ilanua next south of Jones.

Griffith, from Biver south between Ewing and Fulton.

Hamilton, east from Calhoun to Lafiiyette next south of Wallace.

Hamilton, east from Hanua to Francis next south of Lewis.

Hanna, south from Canal to Corporation Line next east of Monroe.

Harmer south from Canal to Lewis next east of Francis.

Haniion, from Canal Feeder south, next west of Calhoun.

Hei ry, west from Hoagland next south of Poplar.

Herndon, Jou's & Bass' Foundry Addition.

High, west from Lima Plank Boad, Bloominjidale.

Highland, west from Piqua Boad to Webster next south of T. & W. B. W.

Hoagland, south from T. & W. B. ^Y . next east of Fairfield Av.

Holman, east from Calhoun to Hanna next south of Montgomery.

Hood, from Pritchard south to Wall next east of West.

Horace, east and west of Gay next south of Grant.

Hough, east from Lafayette to Hanna next north of Holman.

Jackson, from Canal to Corporation Line next west of Van Bureu. .

Jefferson, east from Corporation line to Harmer next south of "Washing-
ton.

John, Jones & Lass' Foundry Addition.

Jones, Jones & Bass' Foundry Addition.

Jones, east and west of College next south of Wilt. •

Kansas, south from Baker next west of Webster.

King, south from Wayne next east of Harmer.

Lafayette, south from Biver to Corporation Lino next east of Barr.

Lasselle, east from Lafayette to Hanna next south of Charles.

Lasselle No. 2, east from Lafayette to Hanna next south of St. Francis.

Lavina, west from Fairfield Av. next south of George.

Lewis, from Ewing east next south of Madison and Jefferson.

Lima Plank Boad, commencing at Bridge, foot of Plum, running north,
Bloomingdale.

Locust, west from Fairfield Av. next south of T. & W. B. W.

Locust No. 2, from Harrison to Calhoun next north of Water.

McClellan, south from Lewis nexth west of Webster.

Madison, east from Barr to Harmer between Jefferson and Lewis.

Maiden Lane, south from Canal to Berry between Cass and Harrison

Main, east from Biver to Canal next north of Berry.

Marion, north from High to Douglas, Bloomingdale.

Maumee, east from Calhoun to Barr next south of Holman.

Maumee Boad, east from Harmer next south of Washinicton.

Melita, west from Webster to Hoagland, next south of T. it W. R. W.

Monroe, from Canal south to Lasselle between Hanna and Clay.

Montgomery, east from Barr to Hanna next south of Lewis,

Morrel, south from P., Ft. W. & C. Bailway next west of Bliilfton Boad.

Nelson, south from Washington between Gardep and College.

Nirdlinger, west from Blufiton Plank Boad next south of Wall.



FORT WAYNE CITr GUIDE, 33

Noel, north side P., Ft. W. & C. Railway, from Kansas east to Fairfield

Av.
Oak, east from Division next south of Mauinee Road.
Oakley, south from Taylor next west from Fairfield Av.
Ohio, south from Maainee Road next east of Walnut.
Pearl, from Fulton east between Main and Canal.
Pine, south from T. cc W. R. W. next west of Fairfield Av.
Pittsburgh, cast from Clay to Harmcr next south of Hough.
Plum, from Water to Sr. Mary's River between Harrisoa and Cass.
Poplar, west from Fairfield A v. next south of Walnut
Pritchard, we.st from Broadway next north of P., Ft. W. & C. Railway.
Rockhill, from Washington to .Main next west of Union.
St. Francis, Lafayette to llanna. Lassellc's Addition.
St. Louis, along north side T. &, W. Pi,. \V. we.st from Fairfield Av.
St. Mary's, north side River Bank from Lima Plank iljad to N. Callioun.
Samuel, east and west of John next south of Horace.
Sixth, east from Lima Plank Road next north of Fifth. Bloomingdale.
Second, east from Lima Plank Road next north of Firt^t, Bloomingdale.
Smith, south from P., Ft. W. & C. Railway, next east of Clay, Bass &

Hauna's Addition.
Spy Run Avenue, commencing at the Bridge, east end of Water, running

on west side St. Joe River north.
Sturgis, west from Fulton to Broadway next south of JoiTer-oii
Summit east from Harmer to City Limits next north of Lewis.
Suttenfield, east from Calhoun to Hanna next south of Taber.
Taber, east from Calhoun to Hanna next south of Creighton.
Taylor, west from Fairfield Av. next south of Locust.
Third, east from Lima Plank Road next north of Second, Bloomingdale.
Toledo, east from Lafayette to llanna noxt south of Hough.
Union, from Corporation Line to Berry next west of Jackson.
University, south from VVayue next east of Comparet.
Van Buren, from Canal to Corporation Line next west of Broadway.
Virginia, east from Lafayette to Hanna next south of Toledo.
Wail, west from Bluffton Plank Road next south of P., Ft. W. & C. R. W.
Wallace, east from Calhoun to Hanna next south of Virginia.
Walnut, west from Fairfield Av. next south of Taylor.
Walnut No. 2, south from Maumee Road next east of Division.
Walter, south from Wayne next east of University.

Washiniiton, east from Corporation Line to Harmer next north of Jefferson.
Water, from Ewiug east to River next north of Columbia.
Wayne, east from Rockhill to Harmer next north of Washington.
Webster, from Berry south to Corporation Line, between Ewing and

Harrison.
West, from Pritchard south to R. R. next west of Hood.
Williams, from Fairfield Av. east to Calhoun next south of Colerick.
Wilt, from Nelson east next south of Jefferson.
Wines, from Fairfield Av. to Hoaglaud next south of WilUams.



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FORT WAYNE ADVERTISEMENTS.





Corner Main and Calhoun Streets,

FORT WAYNE, IND.



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corp corporation

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ABBOTT & SHOAFF, (Wm. T. A. & Wade C. S.) Wholesale
and Retail Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Notions,
&c., 99 Columbia

Abbott Wm. T. (A. & Shoaff) h 213 W. Berry

Abrahamson Oscar, clerk J. & P. Pierr's, bds Hedekin House

Achenbach Wm. teacher, at Concordia College



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