Atlas of Gratiot County, Michigan
Hayes, E. L., Dixon, E. W., Pitt, Wm. T., Bourquin, F. (Frederick), b. 1808., Bracher, Wm. (William), Lake & Hayes.

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Page  3 tASK tw\Z out A 4 "At 'It' 'It I TI I I-- / - I TABL 0 FC(,0 ~,N~NTS I' Table of Contents...........Y...... Table of LDistances and Population of Gratfolt County Outlinex Plan of Gratiot County..7.... Patronis' Directory 101 P A GE PAGE 1Map of the State of Michigan................................ 3 Map of the United States, 4 Map of the Hemispheres................................. 5 Statistical Tables of' Population, etc. (on back of Maps of Michigran, 65, 66 United States-,andl Hemispheres). EX TO TOWNSHIPS. A-. / I "I A' 7/ 'I U At S I, Ii k "" A Arcada 7Townslhip B3ethany Township Elba rmihsiit 'nEmerson rTx-hship F ultoinýfbwnshlip -,.Tftnilton.Township 4'Ithaca Township Lafayette Township 'Newark Township. PAGE 25 15 59 31 503) 47 39 83 37 New Haven Township North Shade. Townsh'ip. Not th Star Township. Plute River Township. Seville Township Sumner Township. Washington Township Wheeler Township. PkaAE *.35 49 *.45.9.7 *.21 57 *.17 IMN IN DEX TO TOWNS -OR VILLAGES. 4%P C Alma.... Ashley Breckeniridge. Bridgeville. Elm Hall Elwell. Forest Hill I thaca. Middleton PAGE 2812-9 62,163 63 55 23 19 55 42,)43. s51 North Star. Ola',. Perrinton Pomnpeii. Pompel Riverdale; St. Louis Sumner Sickles Wheeler. PAGE 55 -.37 -.$19 12, 13 239 89.......................................19 i N V / t N 'I 4

Page  4 / t A lma..., Ashley.., Bannister.. Breckenridge Bridgeville. Elm Hall. - / Elwell..... Forest Hill..... Ithaca.. Middleton....... North Star Ola......... Perrinton. Pompeii.,... Pompei.. Riverdale....... St. Lovis....... / Sumner....... Sickles...... Wheeler "...... 21.8 28.7 7.3 1 t6.5 19.3 94 10.0 1 29.8 5.0 26.8 5.5 27.3 85 13.,3 15.5!129 14.5 |7.3 18.0 4.7 17.0 10.7 14.5; 7.2 16.0.7 9,5 31.3 3.4 2 1.3 124 24.16 17.5 8.3 11.8 18.5 23, 12.0 25.3 367 19.8 27.3 1!% 337 14.8 24.3 6.0 3-4.2 11!.5 23.8 12.5 6.5 - --- --l-- - 14.20.5 4 2 2 1 12.2.0: 5.3 2.0 21.0 3.2 19. 3 3 I2. 8 1 34.:2- 1.5 2. 8 <s 12.5 = 6.5 28.2 61.5 18.8 13.4 8.4 31.7 22.2 22.3 5.0 16.0 15.6 10.5 17.8 225.5 29.5 25658 24.0 |27.3 *21.8 16.8 i FOR - "GBTIOT COUNTY MICHIGAN. - '..Y,,, 13.0 180 i 11.7 1 n.0 o.0 13.0 22.5 9.5 8.5 19.5 10.2 2'5 190 j 6.0 7.0 2o0.5 7.5 6.5 11.5 18.0 20.5 5.0 8.0 18.9 17.5 11.5 14.0 22.0 9.0 20.0,13.5, 16.5 t128.2 TABLE OF DISTANCES 5.5 6.0 I 7.0 3.5 5.5 3.0 5.0 1 5 24.0 27.5 22.5 2.4 25.5 14.0 17.5 18.2 14.0 15.5 12.9r 65 17.5 21.0 15.5 9.5 21.0 6.5 1,5.8 7.0 2.5 1,S.5 135.0 14.5 i 27.0 17.0 20.5 16.5 22.0 i26.7,1 22.5 24.0 21A4 8.5 24.3 POPULATiON OF GRATIOT COUNTY BY TOWNSHIPS.; 'f i | i CENSUS OF 1880. Arcada Township.......... lA~na...,.... Bethany Township........ Saint Louis........ New Haven Township........ North Shade Township....... North Star Township...... i Pine River Township........ ". -;-1.82 ~ 1,365. 1,467 ~ 3,090................ 1,715............... 1,975 Elba Township.............. Emerson Township............. Fulton Township........... Hamilton Township.......... Ithaca Town......... Lafiayette Township........... Newark Township........... 734 Seville Township...... I.................. 1,216 1,377 Sumner Township.......................... 1,358 1,4031 W ashington Township...................... 1,144 656 W heeler Township......................... 968 600,..---- S........ 1,005 '....... 1,645 Total... S....... 21,936 4 i &* L^.

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B o~ Now''3 ac'Z '? ^ ^ar' \_ ' hvrS'ok pt * - J / snii wvo^^s Stale S^-&o ~L~z I L t ^ w j " ^~~ y^ 3 ^ ^ ^ - fi r Title: Seville 12 N 4 W Keywords: L.J. Van Leuvan; PINE GROVE DRIVING PARK; GREEN PINE STOCK FARM; Res; Hotel; STATE ROAD; Jones & Porter & Church; P. Zufelt; A. Van Alstine; M.B. Blanchard; Alex Black; Mary Howard; HALF MOON LAKE; Jones & Porter & Church; W.S & J.M. Keep; F.G. Kneeland; G.E. Fetters; J. Hicks; W.D. Clark; Geo. Poole; H.K. Fry; Wm Morton; L.B. Jackman; Bailey; J. Hagerman; E. Alexander; L. Alexander; Cecil Decker; DISTRICT No 6; Mich. Murray; Geo. Sheldon; Geo. Brandal; School; J.W. Gould; T.J. Lyon; S. Mill; E.J. Hopkins; Dexter Est; N. Joslin; Wm Le Strange; Fergus Conolly; Dank. Quirk; D.McLaughlin; Jos McLaughlin; Mich Murray; John Manion; T.H. Murray; Thos. Murray; P.D. Eagan; H. Yastings; Wm Dempsey; W.M. Allen; Thos. Judge; School; FRAC. DISTRIC No. 7; Asa N. Rockwell; L.J. Van Leuvan; North Br. Pine R.; Wm Bauer; Wm Brownridge; Hayes Est; Mrs. Bates; W. Van Leuvan; Montcalm Co.; Spayed Est; Agnes Brownridge; Dank. Smith; E. Hardwood; C.S. Miller; Mrs. Wiltshire; F.G. Kneeland; W.H. Wells; Eber Loomis; Saml. Sherwood; J.T. Patterson; Beaver Creek; S. Miller; W & E. Girard; J. Hagerman H.C. Ripley; Peck & Lowell; S. Miller; F. Dunn; G.W. Palfrey; F.G. Kneeland; P.C. Nichols; Cecil Decker; G.F. Fetters; R.W. Weeden; Phebe Joslin; T. Steel Res; I. F. Smith; H.L. Holcomb; Wm Carroll; Mary O' Brien; A. O' Brien; S. Patterson; Cath O' Brien; Clifton Rockwell; H. Rockwell; Jas. L. Schultz; Rowland Comstock; FRAC. DIST. No. 3; J. Switzer; Cem; Bridget Eagan; Jas. Hendershot; Wm. Murray; Peter Murray; A. Oberlin; S. Oberlin; Jos. R. Errett; Moses Teachworth; J. Cunningham; G. Holliday; O.S Aikens; Mary Whitman; C. Brownell; J.L. Wright; W.H. Sibley; Jos. Morton; O. Welch; Frederick Dunn; School; Saml. Sherwood; J. Shook; A.Robinson; F. Wells; Wm Gerard; F. Greenman; Wm Gerrard; Stephen French; O. Welch; M. Welch; F. Dunn; Mrs. Clifford; DISTRICT No. 3; C.H. Barry Jr.; State School Land; S. French; J.B. Wells; F.G. Kneeland; A. Miller; W.T. Pitt; D. White; DISTRICT No. 5; Jones & Porter & Church; Jesse Noble; Jas. Covell; R.R. Morgan Res; Wm Crum; John Carl; W.T. Pitt; D. White; Patrick Conolly; Jacob Hill; Res; H.W. French; Sarah Humphrey;School; Cem; Wm Croxon; Thos. Conolly; Mich. Murray; F.A. Mallory; John Rood; Susan Dunklin; Richard Fuller; John Nixon; Nich. Demory; I. Hendershot; School; Rose Emsley; Mattison L.; F.G. Kneeland; Jac. Sandal; Wm Eagan; M. Shong; S. Oberlin; Jas. Desmond; Anna Gimmi; W. Church; W.A. Watrous; S.G. Knouse; R. Schnepp; P. Nestle; Mrs. Chaffey; S. Schnepp; Pine River; C.J. Sibley; Cem; G.T. Brown; Annie Nestle; R. Fuller; W.A. Bradley; A. Hudson; C. Austin; W.H. Welch; Mrs. Ball; W.H. Gardner; C.G. Austin; Mason Welch; M. Welch; A. Hardy; Russell Robinson; A. Wright; A. Austin; C.H. Barry Jr.; Emily Lathrop; H.J. Moiles; J.L. Miller; J.B. Adams; Danl. Hammond; N. Church; Town Hall; B. Lippert; J. Lippert; Reed Page; John L. Dickenson; G. Carl; Geo. Knafe; H.H. Sinclair; D.F. Abbott; School; Cem; Wm T. Pitt; B.R. Hundy; Mary Metcalf; D.F. Abbott; S. Abbott; W.A. Carter; L. Carter; Jos. Welch; Res; Jas. Workman; B. Welch; Sarah Ray; J. Ludwick; Sarah Ray; Mich Flahive; Mrs. Mallory; M. Mallory; W.C. Mallory; S. Loutz; M.B. Cahoon; Ext. Kilpatrick Drain; Wm McNutt; J. Fooks; M. McGrainor; F.W. Clay; C & J. Sandal; Levi Hall; C. Obery; Edw Hoyett; FRAC. DIST. No. 2; John. B. Adams; S.W. Ambler Agt; W.D. Strong; J.F. Newton; S. Mathewson; D. Peters; T. Andrews; W.H. Gardner; Jas. Welch. W.W. Welch; H. Wallace; John L. Dickenson; Nathan Church; H.J. Moiles; T. Hamp; L. Lemons; Phelps Bros.; N. Church; S.W. Ambler; I. Hilsinger; School; Chas Chapman; D. French; G. Tafft; M. McMahon; S. La Paugh; A. Page; J.L. Dickenson; Reed Page; Isa B. Travis; H.L. Holcomb; Geo. Ludwick; Spring; Res; Albert Fisher; Res; J. Busen; D. Bailey; A. Loomis M. Zink; E. Fisher; Asa Dalryme; H. Corll; Chas. Grunhe; John Moffett; F. Carter; Oscar Delaney; A. Dusenberry; Mary J. Peterson; P.F. White; John Hicks; Philander Follick; FOLLICK HILSINGER DRAIN; School; H. Romine; John Hicks; Bradford Peterson; G. Erickson; M. Koffenberger; Saw Mill; J. Campbell; E. Andrews; C. Nelson; G. Church; H.A. Delavan; Mud L.; FRAC. DIST. No. 4; F. Hudson; Res; W.A. Bradley; F. Hudson; Mud L.; Jac. Strayer; Walter Cronkite; W.G. Conkite; Riverdale; R. Post; T.J. Blair; H.A. Delavan; G.H. Clark; C. Hutton; Delon Fleming; Jos. Burto; Mrs. Gill; A. Mills; J. Zink; N. Barzee; H. Holstead; E. Bemis; H. Hamp; Wm Wyeth; W. Wyeth; J. Holly; N. Barzee; Chas Champan; W. Hamp; E. Hamp; D. Hamp; D. Vanbuskirk; Nathaniel Strayer; Danl. Boyer; Jac. Boyer; J. Myers; Saml Fletcher; Chas Hildreth; Mary Fisher; Wm Faulkner; Truman Richmond; Aaron Welch; T.H. Patterson; Res; Wm Medler; Pioneer Grange; N. Anderson; R.S. Miller; Stites Est; I. Vought; Geo. Chestnut; Wm Dusenberry; S. Grant; R.S. Miller; T.J. Tann; Emily Phelps; Marvin Follick; HILSINGER DRAIN; KILPATRICK DRAIN; W.H. Hilsingher; Levi Tinkham; J.L. Degraw; J.H. Rowley; Chaney Est.; Susan Taylor; Geo. Fink.; W & W Amsbury; S. Amsbry; Res; Sarah Sarah Amsbury; ELWELL P.O.; PINE RIVER; SUMNER TWP..; D L & N.R.R.; DISTRICT No. 6; RIVERDALE; ISABELLA CO.; MONTCALM CO.; PINE RIVER TWP.; F. Hudson; W & W Amsbury Note:

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A -' =JllE_ 40. -w-Y. ýove;rdrý) 40 a I45-,/ Jo-hsonl li 40. 3840 +7 Y SchiooT Saivie--rs MI,.1 -40 6 0.gqf l 4,, - T. i C..TO7"7,so7v 40 4o ----------- SM-ith, 40 cz! ýý 1 ---4 i - t - Hn i -S:I -- i i p i P. i;.p X ShE7P I/Mo 0 N 1600017 dýl --fu I i m i i N I HIM IN 9- 0 &" -- -- -- - I- - I._L ~ o 'l i pu 1_- U.......... 4I...-r_. _,,- _....7/Z - J---. 40. 40.]oGRACED S S O LNo." G..1"lo1 00 OOL so 46 C -.59 W. -Fox _-_4. 80 o-i46 ' 34- 7 i5 0' -T G o bl e-ý, 0. o.g sonI! S:68, - i iI li II ill i P 4 1-1 ik! 1 11 ilik 1 1 1 11 ill 11101ý111111jjt l it! 11! lit & 1 Title: Pine River 12 N 3 W Keywords: B.S. Grange Hall; A.B. Darragh; John Michael; Wm Murray; Jas G. Brady; J. Michael; M. Ring; Mrs. M. Ring; L.A. Allen; School; C.P. Faucett; E.C. Faucett; Wm Palmer; Wm Gallagher; Thos Gallagher; H.L. Orwig; PINE RIVER & COE; S. Hubbs; M.A. Ring; Silas Moody; Marcus Ring; Res; E.R. White; Res; FRAC. DIST. No. 3; John Thomas; Edgar Thomas; S.S. Mill; Henry Foglesong; John Foglesong; J.E. & H.J. Parkinson; Store & P.O.; Jac Holmes; M E Ch; Depot; Mary Peterson; Geo. Leonard; A.W. Rock; Levi Leonard; Geo. Leonard; J. Foglesong; Wm Sprague; S. Wares; C. Robinson; Jane Robinson; F. Robinson; M. Nestell; Peter Meyers; S.T. Sprague; S. Caldwell; H. Lanphere; Wm Farmer; J.F. Strong; R. Shonk; Wm Shonk; W. Shonk; A. Walls; C. Kiter; J.M. Wood; B. Bailey; Baughn; Kinney Heirs; R.D. Perrine; E.H. Brooks; W.G. Brooks; John Beean; C. Curtis; Z. Bigelow; S. Voght; S.B. Brundage; J. Cummings; Henry Baldwin; John Behler; DISTRICT No. 2; FRAC DIST No 6; L.C. Mudge; E.F. Wiley; O. Newcomb; Skinner; Patk Manning; Chas Bunker; PINE RIVER & SEVILLE; FRAC. DIST. No. 5; Wm Robinson; J.A. Hunt; M. Shong; H.W. Sandall; F.B. Huffman; G.F. Huffman; T.M. Granger; J.W. Doane; E.R. White; J.H. Katenhaus; J. Freeman; Rachel Randolph; C.S. Randolph; Silas Moody; PARKINSON; Res; FOREST HILL; Jac. Holmes; J.W. Doanne; Julius Mey; G. Mey; Silas Moody; Ed Creech; Res; S. Placeway; A. Farr; School; Jane Sanders; Sprague & Mills; S. Brady; H. Parsons; Geo. Pitt; Henry W. Sandall; Geo W. Packer; A.V. Packer; Otto Mey; D.L. Packer; S. Harrison; Geo Lindsay; M. Wood; School; Francis; Gay; S. Bretz; A. Westover; Jerry Davis; Geo. Wood; Jno.L.McCurdy; Alex. Henry; John M Henry; Z. Bigelow; Geo. Acker; J.H. Calbra; Eli Woodmansee; S.S. Mill; Darragh & Co; John Fields; PINE RIVER & BETHANY; Lemuel Saviers; L. Saviers; Jos. Kemp; Jas Desmond; Mary Ann Bawer; Leonard Wilbur; L.D. Becker; C.F. Reiner; J.C. Tedrow; Jno. Barton; John Wilks; D.R. Sullivan; F.B. Bates; Minerva Frisbee; Silas Moody; John Lanshaw; John Wilks; H.B. Angel; M. Wood; Orrin Gates; Res; Anna Courter; District No. 3; H.N. Robinson; Orrin Gates; Geo. Kemp; J.H. White; Wm Sandall; E. White; F. Sloane; M.H. Udell; L. Talley; Danl. Mills; Est of Martin Vanderbeck; H.L. Sprague; Dan Venderbeck; L.A. Drury; J. Russ; G. Nestle; J. Foglesong; A.J. Ecker; Jane Bailey; G. Bigelow; Jos. Vliet; J.H. Aldridge; S.L. Nichols; Martin Polasky; J. Cutbro; J.R. Livingston; J.J. Perrigo; F. Wilkinson; E. Slas; F.G. Kneeland; L. Harris; F.M. Frear; Rebecca Fetters; F.M. Frear; S. A. Brower; Hulbert Est; L. Saviers; F. Pequegnot; E. Hallinger; District No. 5; O.C. Brooks; M.V. Smith; J.B. Vliet; H. Harrington; O. Cummings; A. Mosier; A. Dora; Z. Sperry; E. Stocton; W. Sigsby; W.P. Keep; E.H. Ellwell; St. Louis Cem; Leonard & McCarthy; J. Cummings; E. Stocton; J. Sullivan; M. Frost; L. Richards; G. Howell; L.B. Longwill; G. Sias; J.C. Stone; J. Darling; F. Seidman; E. Travis; E. White; Lorenzo Keyes; cem; V. Hoyt; E.E. Fleming; Frac Dist. No. 4; Datus E.T. Wright; School; B.E. Johnson; PINE RIVER & SEVILLE; Chas. Wright; Thos. Racraft; G.A. Moody; Thos. R. Post; R. Stalbush; M. Parker; T.A. Johnson; J. Talley; T.A.A & N.M.R.B; Heirs of B. Johnson; O. Gates; R.M. Johnson; Geo. Buck; L.G. White; H.B. Hulbert; Res; T.J. Clark; Sarah Burton; Geo. Watts; School; A. Sloane; C. Robertson, H. Hayes; S.A. Adams; S.J. Day; And. Fechting; W.H. Coventry; N. McIntyre; L.A. Drury; L. Pritchard; S. Knapp; Jas. A. Cass; Est of J.F. Todd; Fredk. Theoneu; J.M. Keller; Wm Reeves; Mary Burgess; Lemuel Saviers; W.H. Ostrom; J. Thompson; H.L. Holcomb; Mrs. Shippey; H. Shippey; Glasby; E.J. Alexander; M. Far; School; L. Merill; A. Wiser; S L Harris; W.E. Wessels; Robinson; St. Loius; PINE RIVER; GRADED School No. 7; DISTRICT No. 1; H.F. ones; D. Helfer; R.F. Fleming; Wm Isenhath; L. Ulser; Clinton Nelson; James Wood; E.L. Keyes; Danl. Wood; S.W. Harris. E.S. Cornell; M. Lentz; S. Wright; D.R. Sullivan; C. Johnson; John Wright; D.F.F. Wright; M. Vedar; M. Vedar; R.W. Cory; E. Emsley; Kingdom Est; Jos. Weeks; Dav. Elliott; M.H. Harris; Cath McLaughlin; G. Smith; Mrs. Geo. Boyer; Jos. Edwards; Lyman Cahoon; Geo. Chandler; Fordice & Co. Geo. Rice; G. Smith; Wm Sloane; H.E. Kirby; Lyman Cahoon; Edward Sherwood; H.E. Kirby; Jno. Currence; H.L. Mapes; Jas K. Wright; F. Olmstead; Jennie Porter; John Kline; Geo. Green Est Briggs; S. Knapp; S. Voght; M.H. Tuttle; S. Vliet; O. Briggs; J.R. Cheeseman; J.W. Burgess; S. Burgess; H.L. Wood; E.W. Burgess; T. Brice; S.B. Corbus; C.M. McDonald; S.C. Burgess; Mary Burgess; Heirs of F. Fox; CC Porter; J.W. Kemp; Depot; T.W. Whitney; Joel Richards; J.A. Richards; P.L. Richards; ST. LOUIS DP ASSOCIATION; G. Luce; H. Chase; L. Cowles; John Shutt; FRAC. DIST. No 1; J.W. Sutton; Elisha Church; Isaac Church Jr.; Frank Chapin; Danl. Goggin; C.D. Moulton; J.A. Ellison; B.B. Ellison; F. Church; W.B. Ellison; Wm Omans; FRAC. DIST. No. 7; ARCADA & PINE RIVER; D.R. Sullivan; Wm Norton; Mary Abbott; Dennis Sullivan; Wm Bromer; I. Horton; D.R. Sullivan Res; T.A.A. & N.M.R.R.; FRAC. DIST. No. 1; ARCADA & PINE RIVER; T. Goble; O.A. Burrill; M.C. Lewis; Goodrich Est.; Adams G Bros.; John Kipp; J. Woodin; D L & N.R.R. ;Colbur n Est. &; J.N. Taylor; O. Briggs; R. Shonk; School; G.W. Maurer; St. L & S.V. R.R.; N. Fox; T.W. Whitney; C.J. Willets; Rufus Wisner; Clara Shaw; W.J. Gould & Co.; FRAC. DIST. No. 2; PINE RIVER & ARCADA; M. Oakes; J.F. Newton; Alex Johnson; Geo. Carbine; E.J. Alexander; M. Ford; A. Wiser; L. Merrill; S.L. Harris; W. E. Wessels; S. & B. Robinson; Mrs. Shippey; H. Shippey; W.F. Glasby; H.F. Jones Note:

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Page  12-13 CO 00 z 97 NON83Aý Z_! C3- Ir? 'Ile C4 Qs a -1 0-4 dc, -M a 65 is Nod n H Li A -, Qým L---L I rk-k 1. 1 -A I I L NO] Nt n ý'l S Q0 0 N OIN 110 MO. 14 'T. ý-v --L W -ýN a-A Qn i 03-:% Nvwv3S QA/ Od TOM -lax" 04LýLW no% AL ouvi FT7714 N 3 Cl 3 - P-vmT-P I I Q /-Pxbru 0 a rT HIN 1800 ED (T Y' LC) 011- NVHJ-3 e (b QX3 to........... ce 13 d 164 0 ch;t Cd ý4 0 Ed m k I OON 11 FA o-n3 ý k Cd LL) Oj v z 3L Th NOIN I:D i-4 ON < 11 N V H 9r F Lj ýzj tc) In 411 11 L d m L s VY- '6 AN L ):1 -2 A PON Jv Zý-s gab lei CO co PRO 1Y co 3'N I v 8 fh 44' CO 4 W ý41;% lb Ole OV I:u bowd 0 m 0 t 214 0 A ý4 rA 'o tl IL4 0 F-4 P4 P4 0 s.4. isit, rr Ql) co TT aopu NOHVHS I IZNZ N V VY 3 1 14, ý 11 zr FAA R LLJ Qf) U-17A Q3 Q) Q13. z V7-1 ID CO W. U, Lwa w z M 0 cat 6 Go co U3 LLI z La P4 P4........... I IN So A tl r i" 4f 0-000-pp-wý -......... N 0. 1. Oro k i 1 ro.1-11 1 A 1. 144 44 I. I -. ITS................................................. wA Title: St. LOUIS; PINE RIVER & BETHANY TWPS. Keywords: St. Louis Cemetery; E.H. EWELL’S ADD.; Jas. Fry; B.Fry; J.L.F.RARY’S ADD.; HEBRON ST.; OLIVE ST.; LINCOLN ST.; SHARON ST.; B.S. Nelson; S. Ostrander; Strouse; L. McCarthy; J.B. Longwell; Sias; M.Earl; TAMARACK ST.; Ger. Luth. Ch; FARO ST.; L.C. KNAPP'S ADD.; EDEN ST.; CORINTH ST.; BEREA ST.; PROSPECT ST.; CLERMONT ST.; I & K ST.; Est of E.W. Smith; Hughes Bros.; S. Krisher; M. Dillman; J. Vliet; U Going; F.G. Kneeland; Jas. Redmond; VERNON ST.; HURON ST.; GRATIOT ST.; UNION ST.; SEAMAN ST.; RIVER ST.; MIDLAND ST.; Res Ford Hughes; E.W. SMITH'S; MARY E. GIDDING'S ADD.; Gidding's Riverside Park; Picnic Ground; PINE RIVER; T. Goss.; MILL POND; PINE RIVER; JACKSON ST.; Jas Henry; P.S. Leonard; T. Brice; J. Budd; C. P. Fraunce; H. Stover; John Wilson; A.S. McIntyre; Academy; Henry Schause; Well; City Water Works; Edison Electric Light & Water Power Co.; Dry Kiln; St. Louis Hoop & Stave Co.; Saw & Planing Mill; Bromine Works; Salt Block Office; NORTH ST.; H.L. HOLCOMB'S ADD.; CENTER ST.; SAGINAW ST.; WASHINGTON AVE.; HOLCOMB & EVAN'S ADD.; Depot; Elevator; Martin & Merill; Geo L. Kemp; Res; Episcopal Ch.; Hiram; Harrington; Res; F. Hughes; Res; Stilles; Kennedy; Geo D. Reeves; Res; Geo D Reeves; R.C. Ch; City Pound; Res.; A.R. Wheeler; Holcomb's Opera Ho.; 1st Nat. Bank; Commercial House; Park House; Harrington Bank; P.O.; City Hall; Res; D.O. Cuff; St. Louis; Foot Bridge; Magnetic Spring; Magnetic Mineral Water Co.; Mrs. Bates; Elevator; St. Louis Mills; W.P. Andrews; Iron Bridge; Cong. Ch.; Union School; Res; C.J. Willets; PUBLIC SQUARE; T.W. Whitney; Res; A.B. Darragh; F. Deline; C.C. Barton; Mrs. C. Hill; W.D. Tucker; Mary J. Higbee; S.A. Stevens; Res; C.W. Giddings; Bridge; Geo. H. Scriver; S.A. Holmes; J.D. Hastings; Res; S.S. Hastings; W. Lake; J.D. McCrimmin; Miss Downs; M.O. Smith; C.W. Smith; S.W. Ambler; TOLEDO ANN ARBOR & NORTH MICHIGAN R.R.; Sec. 24; Sec. 19; Sec. 30; Sec. 25; BANKSON ST.; TYRREL ST.; DELAWARE ST.; PINE ST.; MILL ST.; CHURCH ST.; MAIN ST.; BETHANY ST.; CRAWFORD ST.; ST. L & S.V.R. R. & D L & N.R.R.; MAPLE ST.; WALNUT ST.; FRANKLING ST.; BUTTERNUT ST.; PROSPECT ST.; HIGH ST.; EUCLID ST.; HAZEL ST.; LOCUST ST.; CHESTNUT ST.; STATE ST.; J.R.CHELSMAN'S PLAT. OF St. Louis; J.F. NEWTON ADD.; S.S. HASTINGS ADD.; S.S. HASTINGS SECOND ADD.; NEWTON'S ADD.; Tub & Pail Factory; Pine River School; Bapt. Ch.; N. White Exchange Hotel; Presby. Ch.; J.P. Madden; Res; Bottling Works; Elevator; Engine House; Warehouse; Office; G.W. Althouse; Stave & Heading Fact.; Kiln; Freight Depot; Roller Rink; St. Louis Table Fact.; Passenger Depot; A.J. Hatfield; Res; Lemuel Saviers; Advent Ch.; F.G. Kneeland; H.L. Wood; J.R. Cheesman; Newell Leonard Res; Wm Kroll; Creamory Lot; L.A. Drury; PINE RIVER TWP.; BETHANY TWP.; S.S. Hastings; G. Luce; H. Chase; Taylor; T.W. Whitney; St. Louis Driving Park Association; P.L. Richards; J.A. Richards; C.H. Maxwell; F.A. Caswell; Teman St.; Sias; M. Earl; CLINTON ST.; HEMLOCK ST.; WATER ST.; WATTSON ST; Foundry; E.S. Hoskins; CENTRAL ST.; Note: ST. LOUIS BUSINESS REFERENCES.; OFFICIALS-1889.; J.A. ELWELL, President.; F.M. VANDERCOOK, Clerk.; J.A. WELLER, Treasurer.; D.O. CUFF, Assessor.; G.W. SEAMAN, Street Commissioner.; J.E. TEMPLER., C.A. CASE., THOS. McGUIRE., F.C. HENRY. Trustees.; BANKS.; FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Capital stock, $50,000. R.M. Steel, President; H.L. Holcomb, Vice-President; A.B. Darragh, Cashier.; HARRINGTON, SAVIERS & CO., "Correspondents." People's Savings Bank, Detroit, Mich., Chase National Bank, N.Y., Second National Bank, Saginaw, Mich., and Citizens' National Bank, Saginaw, Mich. F.E. Salisbury, Cashier.; THE BANK OF ST. LOUIS, F.G. Kneeland, Banker. Accounts Solicited. Collections a Specialty. "Correspondents" Mercantile National Bank, N.Y., First National Bank, Detroit, Mich.; REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, ETC. G.W. LONG, Real Estate, Insurance, etc. Parties desiring protection on their houses will do well to call on the above before placing their insurance elsewhere. I also solicit your life and accident insurance. Farm lands and village property sold on commission, and collections given prompt attention. Office over Harrington & Payne's store.; C.J. WILLET, Attorney, E.C. Phillips. Firmname, Willet & Phillips. Real Estate and Insurance Agents. Loans made on real estate and titles perfected. C.W. GIDDINGS, Attorney; George D. Reeves, Attorney, Insurance Agent. Mercantile Collections. Real Estate Loans and Insurance. Office East Side Mill Street, opposite the First National Bank. E.F. FROST, Real Estate and Insurance Agent.; J.A. CRANDALL, Attorney and Insurance Agent.; A.R. GARBUTT, Attorney, Real Estate and Insurance Agent.; W.A. McOMBER, Real Estate, Loan, Insurance and Pension Agent.; JAMES PADDOCK, Real Estate, Loan and Insurance.; HOTELS AND LIVERIES. PARK HOTEL AND SANITARIUM, W.P. Andrews, M.D., Proprietor of the St. Louis Magnetic Mineral Springs. This hotel and springs is a noted summer resort, and justly styled the "Great Saratoga of the West." Hundreds visit this spring annuallly from throughout the United States and Canada, and on taking their departure speak with delight of the great benefits received and the pleasure attained at the springs.; HARRINGTON HOUSE, Greeley Bros., Proprietors. This house is centrally located in the town; is first-class in every particular. Special accommodations for commercial men.; EXCHANGE HOTEL, N. White, Proprietor. This house is located on the southeast corner of Mill St. and Washington Ave. First-class accommodations to the travelling public. L.A. DRURY, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Mill St., opposite A.H. Hart's store. Special attention paid to traveling men. The finest rigs and the best horses in the city.; GEO. L, KEMP, Livery and Sale Stable, on Saginaw Street, opposite Harrington House. Special attention paid to traveling men. Horses and rigs the best that can be procured, with prices reasonable.; EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS.; EDWIN S. HOSKINS, Editor and proprietor of the Leader.; P.M. VANDERCOOK, Editor and Publisher of the St. Louis Republican.; J.WESLEY GRIFFITH, Proprietor of the St. Louis Press.; MERCHANTS.; A.J. HATFIELD, Dealer in and Proprietor of St. Louis Marble and Granite Works, and Manufacturer of Foreign and Domestic Marble, Granite, etc.; BARDEN & BROWN, Dealers in Agricultural Implements, Wagons, Buggies, etc.; C.W. ALTHOUSE & CO., Manufacturers of Staves and Heading.; M.J. MOORE, Dealer and Manufacturer of Heading and Staves, Mill located at Breckenridge, Gratiot County, Mich. P.O. Address, St. Louis, Mich.; HARRINGTON & PAYNE BROS., Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, Willow Ware, Notions, Clothing, etc.; HUGHES BROS., Manufacturers and Dealers in Pine and Hardwood Lumber. Also Hardware and Tinware. Bill Stuff a Specialty.; MISCELLANEOUS.; T.W. WHITNEY, Attorney-at-Law.; HIRAM U. WOODIN, Attorney-at-Law; S.S. HASTINGS, County Drain Commissioner and Surveyor.; JOHN P. MADDEN, Justice of the PEace.; D.O. CUFF, Township Supervisor and Assessor. NEWELL LEONARD, Attorney-at-Law.; A.R. WHEELER, Physician and Surgeon.; STILES KENNEDY, Postmaster Physician and Surgeon.; B.H. SCOVILL, Attorney-at-Law.; H.L. WOOD, Representative of Gratiot County and Brickmaker.; JOHN KLINE, City Marshal and Superintendent of Water-Works.; J.A. CLARK, Deputy Sheriff.; WM. KROLL, Lumberman.; A.H. LOWRY, Twp. Clerk and Agent of American Express Company.; Daniel Giger; Frank Fritz

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Page  15 Scale 2 Inches to the tl T? 121 R2W Jtthnk41 44 40br UD~e ttch 460 CO. i 4-0.uMR 42,06c Ij dzý AI? f Dz So T N 1 -1 -We 6& r ~ isl Y 60 D0 S0 uTeho R___-oN9 21 80ok 40 4o 40y _____ ~ r'Ct1 J~ ThR ~~T4N? 40 a" Sch o' 674 40S ______ 0,02 JIT~l- s ~@o a.~4 't:B s t- s 4-00 V0 80Ant&9~N~'c~ 400 aOa~T)t~o~* i ~ sohfzdg osxt rabo:X10 DDDn U C4 J J 'e) a ULMýa~rj Title: Bethany 12 N 2 W Keywords: FRAC DIST No. 1; DISTRICT No. 2; DISTRICT No. 6; DISTRICT No. 4; DISTRICT No. 3; DISTRICT No. 5; UNION DIST. No. 1; DISTRICT No. 7; FRAC. DIST. No. 7; St. Louis; Pine River; Rush Cr. Ditch; ST. L & S.V. R.R. & D L & N.R.R.; L.T. Chapin; E.M. Kipp; F.P. Buchanan; C.D. Robson; W. Davison; Margt. Davison; H. Davison; School; Jno. Taylor; M.J. Taylor; F. Kretchmar; A. McIntosh; J.H. Gould; Frank Herting; E.W. Redman; Lydia Crawford; P. Shook; D.P. Smith; Jac. Shook; E.A. Sprague; F. Quidort; A.E. Nesbit; W.J. Harris; C.P. Ludwig; Mrs. N. Wilson; Seaver & Ambler; P. Quidert; H.T. Colby; N. Harris; F. Peach; P. Quidert; A.G. Pompey; B.B. Bailey; C. Stiwald; C.H. Bard; H. Ensine; I. Warren; T. Ronk; J.J. Ronk; W.D. Ronk; G.D. Ronk; John Briggs; R.E. Clark; S.W. Ambler; H.E. Atwell; D. Carr; A. Gould; Frederick Vibber; G. Landis; A. Riddling; Hazen Gidley; Wm H Acton; A. Cole; E. Cole; O.D. Chester; Geo. Bissel; Wm Bissell; School; A.J. Rayner; W. Beeman; J. McCallum; A. Simpson; H. Ludwick; A. Ludwick; Mrs. J.M. Salisbury; H. Fenner; S. Cazier; A.B. Fields; Davison Est.; A. Martindale; Mrs. B.V. Baldwin; T.H. Colby; J.M. Taylor; Wm Duboise; Noah Wilson; Sam Long; W.C. Thompson; F. Kerr; Mary J. Kerr.; Milton Shook. F.G. Kneeland; Karl Schultheiss; Jas. Harrison; F. Schultheiss; A. Gallagher; J. Richter; J.C. Richards; J.B. Schultheiss; C. Harris; Geo. C. Schultheiss; Cath. Schultheiss; And. Schultheiss; F. Myer; E. Quidort; Aug. Humen; S. Lonrenzea; A. Parkhouse; Chris Bucholtz; Peter Meyer; School; Geo. Kohl; C.H. Bard; Geo. Fenner; Jas. Small; W.H. Chittenden; Jas. Jevens; Ella Hixon; Wesley Deline; J. Rahl; Walter Nichols; Thos Holton; G. C. Alexander; W.P. Partello; M.W. Cramer; Saml. Barnes; Sarah Gidley; S. Mill; C.P. Ludwig; C. Kellog; H. Fritz; J.E. Holton; D.E. Welling; School; G. Hamilta; F. Vibber; Jas. Stewart; J.E. Newton; J.N. Hitzman; M. Carothers; R.B. Carothers; Henry Bodfish; J. McCallum; G.A. Sweet; L. Wheelock; E.G. Sechler; A. Palton; Jas Bissell; H.B. Baldwin; C.P. Faunce; C. Miller; W. Boggs; Erwin Stewart; Mrs. B.V. Baldwin; G & J McGregor; J. Broadhead; T.A. Porter; L. Sykes; Jas McGregor; N. Higley; M.N. Dickinson; Est of W.D. Dickinson; J. Harrison; W. Harrison; D.L. Dickinson; R. McGregor; W.S. Rick; L.F. Thompson; C.H. Doyle; J. Lester; T. Hunt; Jas Knowles; T. Harrison Jr.; T. Harrison Sr.; Flora Franks; J.F. Williams; Cath Beebe; B.F. Hastings; F. Lamshere; G.W. Petty; H.S. Kenyon; B.F. Wilcox; D.C. Stone; H.D. Acker; H. Norgarard; A. Rosecrans; E.E. Peters; Jas Simpson; Wm Nestle; H.J. Ball; J.A. Sias; H. Remenschnider; M. Wolf; A.M. Partello; J.C. Pernert; J.E. Case; H.L. Case; Est of John Raynor; J. Arnold; Wm Howland; A. Cotthorp; G.E. Smith; M.J. Munn; H.W. Husted Jr.; G. Maynard; J.E. Holton; Wm Priest; F.E. Holton; S.E. Arnold; F. Arnold; F.E. Holton; D. Burlingame; H.B & R.C. Gidley; Est. of A.W. House; C.K. Fox; P. Rouk; H. House; Wm Burlingame; Jacob Partee; A. Milligan; Est of E.W. Smith; Isabella Bunker; J.H. Redmond; Elias Shaw; L. Shaw; L. Fralick; Fanny Acker; S.M Kent; J.L. Pierson; O. Hammond; E.L. Lekenby; J.W. Salisbury; F.E. Salisbury; EL Miller; J.P. Smith; J.R. Baldwin; S. Kennedy; J.W. Barnard; Chas. Greely; Mary Graham; Walter Graham; Mary Lynch; A.B. Reed; H.H. Reed; Edward Lake; A.H. Reed; E. Rowley; Cora Taylor; J. Randall; J. Miner; O.N. Terry; W. Perkins; M. Kidder; P. McCauley; E. Anthony; C.W. Nestle; T.A. Miller; J.J. Buchanan; E. McIntyre; A. Kennedy; C. Little; J. Monahan; A. McClosky; J.C. Carland; D.H. Holliday; G. Little; D.D. Ludwig; S. Sudborough; S. Little; R.B. Little; J.M. Cramer; A. Sexton; F. Sexton; School; W.L. Kleeman; C. Giles; A. Giles; A. Wisner; J.R. Salisbury; R.S. Eaton; M. Holton; F.E. Holton; C. Burlingame; J.L. Thedgar; H. Gulick; Wm O. Fritz; J.S. Nevins; School; Sarah C. Rooks; J. Burlingame; D. Burlingame; W.J. Miller; E. Hasbrook; J.M. Brickau; E. Ostrander; W.G. Reynolds; Sarah Gilliland; Sarah Rounds; Mich. McCann; H. Cramer; A.R. Hill; A.E. Stevens; L. Pickard; J.F. Newton; S.S. Hastings; W.L. Stebbin; Kneeland; M. Sharpsteen; S. Wilson; F.O. Marks; A.T. Aldrich; J.W. Porter; W. Snyder; D. Tiluious; G. Hall; J.J. Miller; Wm Goff; J.H. Suydam; P.D. Bordin; H.X. Smith; E. Smith; W. Fish; Est of M.B. Suydam; Joel Rowley; Est. of F.J. Rowley; E. Lathrop; E.D. Rowley; H. McLean; F.G. Kneeland; School; M. Kiddler; F. McLean; R. Monroe; Wm Snyder; Est of Wm Redman; G.W. Barnes; Jno. Scott; D. Cameron; J & C. McCall; G. Granger; C.W. Granger; Wm Granger; S.S. Mill; Danl. Moore; Hannah Hurst; W.J. Smith; J.W. Klink; E.W. Hoadley; J.H. McCall; J.O. Hilton; Phelps; J.F. Donnelly; Jas Morrow; J.E. Caswell; Mrs. Barrett; A. Giles; L.J. Wheeler; T.W. Nevins; T L.Osworth; J.E.Osworth; A & A.C. Bachelor; Rosa Rauck; L. Rauck; H. Harrington; Geo. Kaufman; M. McIntosh; Jos Triebelner; L. York; H.C. Buckley; P. Sawvill; Mrs. McVane; N Church; Geo. Meyer; M. Meyer; A.D. Debolt; Chas. Mead; C. Sawvel; J.B. Halbert; G.W. Yats; J.A. Wilcox; Est. of Geo. Acker; F.T. Flewelling; W.B. Conger; Wm A. Johnson; Wm Ogden; H. Shank; J.C. Wiser; Est of J.M. Johnson; N. Burns; A.C. Brown; I. Knickerbocker; R.H. Allen; H.J. Allen; E. Johnson; C.J. Buell; Sarah E. Vincent; W.D. Culver; F. Norris; Est. of D.A. Lowell; C.W. Hicks; R. Joiner; W. Mc Lean; W.J. Baney; J. Baney; C.W. Martin; M. Fitzjohn; O. Gilford; D.P. Allen; Hiram Kelley; Eugene Claywood; J.C. Baney; A.J. Sutherland; Chas. Foote; T.C. Pulver; E.F. Baker; Eli Culburn; C.H. Maxwell; F.A. Caswell; J. Morrow; J.S. Cousins; P.W. Cole; C.E. Wardwell; Jas. Anderson; G. Morrow; C. Crittenden; W.A. Crittenden; H. Moore; Geo. Gibson; Eliz. Buswell; S. Millspaugh; J. Hunt; Levi Shaw; Jones & Porter; S Johnstone; Cora Ward; Wm Curtis; L. Wilkins; Linus Van Duzen; G. Sawvel; A. Slaughter; J. Monroe; S. Morris; C. Morris; John Mitchell; R. Acton; J. Richter; A.P. Doyle; E.M. Frost; J.A. Gager; D. Witherspoon; G. Wood; E.B. Clawson; C.H. Howd (Adner); D. B. Cook; T. Raplee; G.W. Sutphin; S.D. Morrison Note:

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Page  17 Sc a& 2 -hwkes to the Mil T.12 Na R-1 W.. WýQ 4. erctim 1;2 M. -Bar- cq yý-Was e, X, ýB ffic-h,. Szoztghl 44. 11' T. -Jr. ýBoZcom 101 20 -ýVovýg Z6tS 12,7,G4 80 S D a v., -WD ry aw -T S7niihl 44 50.50 ao w 40 -P 4ckrzApl-r 3ýuc o -b -FFm-P dl -V, Sto7bel 40 80. -V-K. Staael so tz a J. -Azlenl e, Sctm.l 6,ýýmel IGO NJ: -Tew-Mm ffe7z-r t Týwr-le 40 Ski, ap, 80 40 go 57 40 Schoo-b PJ 40. 40 -Est C. -Ecr.-PL Par&el qoT F 10 viww-p -q 0 6.0 we, ot -T T. -ploweging T-V. -ýB 40 G all.33.14 4.9 31 urns -40 MP I ýB. erp t. C. 40 offman"ATO w J67'zes &-Pbpteýp- ff. MYV 100 PAT 40 60 so ý:Rosc.oe,-Ta 73.14 40 V 0 ii(M Jot -Wh aT'l 40 May e v 45 80 80 TrC4(1nj,0,_Kjpk0y C3 11-0 1..70 ctge;p 4ý8 zmg Effim -40 '75 50 U Mal OF 40 Title: Wheeler 12 N 1 W Keywords: N. Bartram; Dav. Morgan; N. Chruch; Jones & Porter; N. Wires; N.E. Doane;O. Knapp; Wm Bartram; Frank Utter Est.; S.L. Wells; Jacob Ward; Enos Partee; C. Pickle; S. Douglas; A. Miller; Mich. Slough; F. Rosey; Saml. G.Kime; W.H. Stone; Saml. Sibley; A. Herrick; H. Stone; J.F. Newton; R.S. Merritt; E. Hoyt; S. Sibley; L.J. Hoyt; M. Whitlock; H.E. & A.M. Barden; Henry Shiner; F.M. Bolcom; N. Smith; L.P. Sickner; E.W. Sickner; J. Allen; Wm Sills; J.G. Ross; F & P.M.R.R; John Hynes; P. Hynes; M.J. Stoddard; Jos. Taylor; Jac. Wolfgang; Bailey & Rhines; G.W. Stockwell; Pugsley & Fowler Saw Mill; C.J. Rayner; M.H. Stanford; Butman & Rust; Jones & Porter; L.P. Gould; F & P.M.R.R.; D.L.C. Eaton; N. McCollum; C. Earl; M. Partee; E. Partee; G. Burns; Jones & Porter; H.M. Murphy; Oliver Yager; J & EA. Hicks; F. Partee; U. Parrish. J. Aldrich; Wm Parrish; School; J. Kime; C. Wolverton; Roscoe Lewis; J.F. Flewelling; G. Mockerage; E. Arnold; John Allen; Hiram Tubbs; Wm H. Turnbull; J.E. Rosa; J.D. Brimer; B.A. Brimer; Mary. Whitman; H. Whitman; Frank Kirkey; A. Shurr; W. Smart; School; C.H. Gallup; A.C. Berry; C. Berry; F & P.M.R.R.; C.H. Gallup; Est .R.E. Ellsworth; Hannah Powell; Arthur Davis; F. Gartung; Est. Jas. Ellsworth; Wm Sills; F. Foust; L. Maxson; O. Maxson; C.V. Johnson; A. Darlington; J. Woodcock; Jos. Hoyt; Hoyt & Draper; H.H. Hoyt; L.H. Grout; Jos. Hoyt; B. Swope; Res; Dav. Milligan; W.P. Pickard; F. Hale; I. Hemminger; B.F. Breckenridge; U. Parrish; Jay Sexton; Jas. Partee; Jones & Porter; E. Wood; S. Wood; Chas. Wood; Jay Calkins; J.H. Parrish; Jas. Partee; R. Allen; H. Allen; B.I. Williams; D.L.C. Eaton; H.K. Spooner; J. Niebel; Jos. Arnett; L. Maxson; Jos. Cross; School; Danl. Maxson; Jos. Brumby; E.T. Weeks; Susan Goodenough; C. Cates; S. Cates; J. Wilson; Jas. Gunsotus; G & J. Radcliff; A. Gray; Moses Matoreu; S.Carpenter; Wm Frick; I.B.Sickles; Jones & Porter; F. Welling; C.R.Springer; D.D. Reynolds; O. Darlington; Butman & Rust; E. Parrish; E. Scott; J.Wellington; E.J. & C.L. Ring; H. Greiser; Mich Dwyer; Jas. Gillie; Moses Matoreu; S. Carpenter; Wm Frick; I.B. Sickles; F. Welling; C.R. Springer; D.D. Reynolds; O. Darlington; E. Parrish; E. Scott; J. Wellington; Fred Robinson; Wm Smillie; A.D. McKinnon; M. Howland; Etta Minnick; Sarah A. Hopkins; Mary E. Breckenridge; J.W. Lewis; B.H. Sellick; H. Terrill;D.Wood; J.A. Breckenridge; H. Hunt; E.H. Chamberlain; C. Terry; B.I. Williams; L.G. Fisk; Thos. White; F.C. Spears; H. Allen; J. Hammer; D.G. Allen; Broadwell (Hrs.); N. Church; Jas. Gress; B. Swope; T. Muyrphy; Jac. Clark; F. Mogle; J.B. Wheeler; E.R. Walt; T. Murphy; E. Lytle; C.E. Bonesteel; Cem; F. Good; S. Allen; W. Burgess; S. Allen; J.P. Robinson; J. Clark; Wm Bradford; G.B. Andrus; Jos. Ellsworth; W. Allen; Geo. Howkins; J.C. Hillock; C.H. Ransom; S. Lancaster; Geo. Bridenger; M. Pomeroy; John Hillock; E. Wolanski; L.E. Hackett; Chas R. Slaughter; E.J. Ring; J. Curtiss; C. Middlestidt; A. Wolansky; E. Wolansky; H. Phelps; Ring; G. Allen; Aug. Preston; School; E. Hodges; E. Brailey; D.L. Eaton; J.B. Phelps; B. La Lone; D.L. Eaton; Henry Day; J.B. Phelps; C.B. Phelps Jr.; C.B. Phelps; A.L. Brailey; M.B. Myers; Cath Wallace; Geo. Hardy; Jones & Porter; J. Kirby; Saml. Wilson; J. Wilson; D. Reed; M. Jolly; H. Jones; Myra B. Hohe; Robt. Lowery; A.S. Owen; CW. Bradley; A. Klinke; Levi Tillottson; A.P. Foland; F. Eber; J. B. Wheeler; D. Lockwood; Chas. Weed; Otis; J.P. Ervey; J.P. Price; E. Bonesteel; L.M. Ball; E. Townsend; A. Leslie; D.B. Vincent; B.F. Ware; J.W. Smith; Lucinda Goodnough; R.E. Goodnough; Benj. Hohe; E. Terrill; R. Belatt; M.A. Crosser; E.O. Drake; C. Entrakin; E. King; J.B. Sabin; Stewart; School; Edson Moore & Co.; Chas. Howd; D.L.C. Eaton; J. Tuger; C. Thompson; D. Braman; G.W. Thompson; C. Hindbaugh; Geo. Weed; J.B. Bailey; R. Boswell; O. Bailey; Zimmerman; Dav. Garey; Wm. Garey; Chas. Cruson; D. Wilcox; L. Smith; Geo. Wilcox; O. Wlech; Saw Mill; E. Wireman; D. Oakes; K. Falor; Alex McCaw; Wm. J. McCaw; B. Chase; C.A. Sholtz; W. Hosford; Elix Richardson; R.T. Vine; S. Zelner; J. Debolt; E.O. Tippin; H. Smith; J.K. Tippin; W.J. Tippin; Wm. Kipp; M. Hypolite; Smith; E. Ware; S. Swartout; H.F. Thompson; Henry Parks; Wm. Dill; O. Oakes; J. Dancer; J. Powell; C. Vanness; U.L. Coleman; S.D. Hoard; Jas. Coleman; A. Coleman; Clark Smith; L.A. White; S. Hewitt; A. White; W. White; J. Budd; H. Day & Lord; A.H. Buck; S.E. Gould; M.L. Gould; Jacob Lewis; Day & Lord; Jos. Compeau; L. Compeau; B. Carmichuel; T.O' Conner; Judge; G.H. Whitaker; John Raymond; M. Jaques; Jas. Mashimer; Beaver Creek; WHEELER; WHEELER DITCH; S.V. & St. L. R.R.; D L & N. R.R.; MICHIGAN; MERIDIAN LINE; DISTRICT No. 4; DISTRIC No. 3; WHEELER; BRECKENRIDGE; DISTRICT No. 8; DISTRICT No. 2; DISTRICT No. 15; DIST. No. 9; DISTRICT No. 1; DISTRICT No. 7 Note:

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Page  19 R EitRDALE SEVILLE TWP. WHEELER WHEELER TWP. Scal WORods peri Tnchl. -Res RFIVERDALE BUSINESS REF FERENCES. SAPOLEON vRRADLEY, Proprietor Hotel, Juts tice of the Peace and Express Agent. W. A. BRADLEY, Farmer, Manufacturer of Shin. gles and Dealer in GeneraLMerchandise. L and Dealei eC/ ScaZ2l 20 Ihocls per tickh D, FLEMING, Dealer in General Merchandke; also Dealer in and Manufacturer of Pine Shingles. Mills located at Whittmore, losco Co. Mich. RH E. MOBLO, Dealer in Hardware. A large stock Sof first-class goodsL, 'W. D. STRONG, Proprietor Livery Stable First- i \ class rigs at short notice, Commercial trade a ~ specialty. L. Z. VAN LEUVEN, Proprietor of Green Pinel Stock Farm. Breeder of Blooded Horses and: Roadsters, Hambletonian stock a specialty. The farm of over 4oo00 acres situated four miles north of v Riverdale, "NW. B. LATHROP & CO., Proprietors of Elm Hall I ' ~\A % Mills, Manufacturers of Pine and Hardwood LumI<, y ber, Rough or Dressed- Sheathing Lath, Flooring, Sl i iding, etc. Also Flour and Feed, and Dealers in General Merchandise, Live Stock, etc. Horses a C.,T- _lten/ I< ~f7 iYoo ci sa jard> Ncr' IA> Lj Cl. < SCHOOL ST. LI r..w. g 5 iiwz J, WFH I"81 __li FKtg "IHs Fl FTH L. 1 - WHEELER BUSINESS REFEI ENCES. z cc ~ &). HOOD, e'aufacturer of and Dealer in all kinds of Staves, Hea ding and Lumber-Mills, located at Merrill, Sagmaw Coa, Mich,, and at Wheeler, Gratiot, MIicho P. 0. Address, Merrill, Saginaw Co., Mich. 0. Al,t r /.5 ary FCl u3 CV ~4~/rs',J6nec^ i3^^ FOURTH 3 H 76t ---To I..D TH I RD -12. -1 K N V--..... GARFI ELD E LWELL SEVILLE TWP. ScaZe,;O -ois per lnhp.r ceo. Ches nmwt hd sonr ST. 375 ct S ECON.S ECO. --7I-- A__ ) _' _ST,. -/02^ 6) 6 S: T... No i.Sk lTeni:Ti7nkh7,wnv 37 c 2: cc Saw ma/!> J7tccob Slray.r. I Bt. SJ i-Lter ELWELL BUSINESS REFER"ENCES. ST. X.-De - G. al 'I. L, FLEMING, Dealer in Geiteral Merchandise. SAMUtL GRANT, Proprietor of Hotel and Farmer. H, B. MILLIER, Justice of the Peace. H R. MORGAN, Railroad Mephanie and Farmer. IBEELEY AMSBURY, Townshio Clerk. Title: RIVERDALE; WHEELER; ELWELL Keywords: SEVILLE TWP.; W.A. Bradley; W.A. Bradley Shingle Mill; D L & N R.R.; Depot; Kirwin; E. Ferris; A. Ferris; W.A. Bradley Store; R. Moblo Store; I.B.E.; F. Hudson; C.M. Sackett; A.J.; F.H; A.R. Knouse; C.W.S.; J.A.; Adams & Strong; Store; Livery; W.D. Strong; N.B. Bradley; Commercial; Hotel; J. Mates; W.A.B.; H.S.; M. Herron; A.A.M.; McCoy; E.S. Geul; D. Wilson; D. Fleming; Store; B. Blanchard; PINE ST.; SCHOOL ST.; MAPLE ST.; FREEMAN ST.; MILL ST.; Res; W.D. Strong; T.J.B.; A.G.N.; H.W.E.; W.A.B.; Kirwin; A.G.N.; Shingle Mill; Saw Mill; J.B. Adams; A. Miner; Mrs. McKay; PINE RIVER; J.B. ADAM'S ADD.; FIFTH ST.; FOURTH ST.; THIRD ST.; W.D. Strong; A. Lemay; Mrs. Jones; Frederick Hudson; SECOND ST.; FIRST ST.; ISABELLA ST.; RIVER ST.; DAM; Jacob Strayer; STATE ROAD; CEDAR ST.; WHEELER TWP.; Wesleyan M E Ch.; Parsonage; E.R. Walt; CEMETERY; M.E. Ch; W.H. & W. House; C.J. Allen; S. Pomeroy; School; D. DeHavens; Mrs. Legrow; A.J. Ervey; A. Ferguson; S.L.; Mrs. Hatfield; C.T. Hatfield; FRANKLIN ST.; BRECKENRIDGE'S ADD.; WASHINGTON ST.; BANK ST.; CHESTNUT ST.; SAGINAW ST.; WATER ST.; GARFIELD ST.; SHERMAN ST.; LINCOLN ST.; PEARL ST.; Thos. Murphy; MURPHY'S ADD.; Mrs. Fenton; Gress & Pomeroy; G. Hatfield; Chas. Hatfield; R.E. Ellsworth Est.; Saw Mill; Mrs. Fenton; R.R. Ground; Depot; D.L & N. R.R.; S.V & St. L. R.R; F. Hoods; Stave & Heading Factory; C.E. Bonesteel; S.Allen ; ELWELL TWP.; Geo. Chestnut; D.L & N. R.R.; Levi Tinkham; Saw Mill; S.J. Hilsinge;r I. Vought; Vansickle Bros.; R. Holliday; C. Taylor; B. Sh; Wm. Vansickles; E. Brewster; I. Vought; D. Hilsinger; E. Retan; O. Childs; A. Courter; S. Grant; Hotel; Depot; Emily Lathrop; F.L. Fleming; D.B. Ackmoody; Dr. C. McLachlin; Store & P.O.; Phelps Bros.; W.H. Hilsinger; Store; R.S. Miller; J.L. Degraw; Emily Phelps; Office of T.J. Tann; W. Wood; D. Phelps; Note: RIVERDALE BUSINESS REFERENCES.; NAPOLEON.RRADLEY, Proprietor Hotel, Justice of the Peace and Express Agent.; W.A. BRADLEY, Farmer, Manufacturer of Shingles and Dealer in General Merchandise.; D. FLEMING, Dealer in General Merchandise; also Dealer in and Manufacturer of Pine Shingles. Mills located at Whittmore, Iosco Co. Mich.; R.E. MOBLO, Dealer in Hardware. A large stock of first-class goods.; W.D. STRONG, Proprietor Livery Stable. First-class rigs at short notice. Commerical trade a specialty.; L.J. VAN LEUVEN, Proprietor of Green Pine Stock Farm. Breeder of Blooded Horses and Roadsters. Hambletonian stock a specialty. The farm of over 400 acres situated four miles north of Riverdale.; W.B. LATHROP & CO., Proprietors of Elm Hall Mills. Manufacturer of Pine and Hardwood Lumber, Rough or Dressed Sheathing Lath, Flooring, Siding, etc. Also Flour and Feed, and Dealers in General Merchandise, Live Stock, etc. Horses a specialty.; WHEELER BUSINESS REFERENCES; F. HOOD, Manufacturer of and Dealer in all kinds of Stavees, Heading and Lumber-Mills, located at Merrill, Saignaw Co., Mich., and at wheeler, Gratiot, Mich. P.O. Address, Merrill, Saginaw Co. Mich; ELWELL BUSINESS REFERENCES.; I.L., FLEMING, Dealer in General Merchandise.; SAMUEL GRANT, Proprietor of Hotel and Farmer.; R, S. MILLER, Justice of the Peace.; R R. MORGAN, Railroad Mechanic and Farmer.; SEELEY AMSBURY, Township Clerk.;

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Page  21 Sc a& 2 -TncAes o it. X ia-. 41.10 Yhodes CIUL-rCI7--.,' 4 0. 98 ZI EtAf HA LLN, ILLS1 rop to. C-Ua7RP 86 -10 10.5" 69 mp g" cej;. R 301 5-0 ýz a-; sse app Q) -Ba7ph, "Oul 40 -::ru -ý.- -i 11~ - %ýYQCI Wa JO -1 -- TL -Swda ir 0 -10 3 T R I MCI T rl* ftý Fol I I.. r., Fi. -hod ILI I -i -I: Vý g so co 4-r.-A A -T Cýa X-Lavvu ' P. A 3 B w F r f LL -Wa-Zker -Lung Pý aZww-r i I Smith, f-4 UT 1 -40.40 40 40 -40 V-0 0 E z 20 F R A C D S T. N 0. C. C ailmore t 90 Zi-ba.,-RobV-7 -80 -10 4,0 Qý 80 16 '0, 50 Cq (T -E JNW Sca-te-34 X Mum& -Bwtew -Fow&,p tT 3-1-0-e -40 -40 40 30 P- I -Yaz(-, Tovepk 6e4 760 Sub -760 li Lj -J-izdraww IIRO 40. 11 40 -40 -40 lm4O RL 4 J -M-Yy do; I -Bu-Pborv *6 Title: Sumner 11 N 4 W Keywords: W.B. Lathrop & Co.; M.K. Strayer; Mrs. Whitney; ELM HALL MILLS; Store; Planing & Saw Mill; Grist Mill; S.W. Ambler; Jesse Trapp; M. Reeson; H.W. Hughes; T.J. Blair; W. H. Pratt; F. Rhodes; D. Ribble; J. Howe; Cem.; M. Clapper; John Ross; Wm. Morris; R. McCollom; Thos. Winn; C. Hamp; Saml. Hicks; W. Weatherwax; A. Davis; R. Smith; W.L. Van Leuvan; N. Church; Sol. Lapaugh; M. M. Copp; W.W.; H. Lewis; Jared Stevens; H.O. Lyon; Mrs. A.M. Pratt; T.H. Bardwell; T. Richmond S. Lapaugh; W.S. Turck & Co.; Ralph Quick; School; H.A. Walker; Mary Medlar; Calvin Ball; Wm. Medler; N. Anderson; T.J Tann; Ira Phelps; E.R. Knapp; A.B. Darraugh; Hamilton Pritchard; Cem.; Mrs. Pratt; T. Anniss; C.W. Ellis; E.C. Marcy; Jos. Amsburg; C. Maxsteag; H. Bogart; T. Terrill; Henry Pritchard; A. McMullen; Geo. Pritchard; A. Beeson; W.J. McGregor; Henry Landshaw; Hildreth Est.; M.T. Rice; D. Courter; L. Rice; S. Bragg; D.C. Fletcher; Wm. Dutton; W. Fullerton; Mrs. Knor; C. Walker; W.D. Clark; School; Ruby Townsend; L. McMullen; R. McClosky; E.A. Potter; David Peters; Jos. McNamara; A.J. Havens; F. Shaler; G. Quick; Geo. E. Gee; Wm. Hutchinson; Barlow Worthington; Wm. Anderson; M. McNamara; L.E. Palmer; C.R. Palmer; J. Lewis; T.J. Blair; Ziba Roberts Est.; Joseph Gee; Wm. Long; Elias VanLEuvan; B. Walker; John Lewis; John Bogart; M.A. Bogart; Dennis Haws; J.B. Ball; W. Weatherwax; S. Watkins; O. Sty; Henry Griffin; Edwd. Follick; L. Sly; Margaret Hall; ELM HALL; B. Freeman; J.H. Smith; T. W. Palmer; PINE RIVER; C.C. Gilmore; H. Fowler; F. Hyde; Jones & Porter; H. Fowler; Jos. Hickman; Warnet Lott; N. Church; Z. Hickman; G. Andrews; Sarah Sabin; J. Lewis; J.E. Salter; C.D. Prince; Chas. L. Brooks; A. Ellis; E. McIntosh; I. Swain; G. Andrews; t.J. Blair; C. Andrews; Lee Houck; Phil Olin; Alpheus Davis; M. Hyde; C.A. Brown; J. Holly; Meritt & Palmer; A. Sheldon; Alpheus Davis; A. Thompson; F.E. Sellen; Woodland; SUMNER DITCH; F. Hudson; J. Hicksl J. Hutell; Kellog; Ida Mills; J.H. Lancashire; T. Skelton; T. Kress; Rockafeller; C.A. Gargett; Lydia O. Lovell; W.B. Kyes; J. Charter; J. Johnston; A. Davis; W.J. Parks; Burton Gee; H. McNamara; Levi Hattiwell; School; W.S. Turck & Co.; Jos Halliwell; C. Haines; Martha Gilmore; Jay Gee; M. McNamara Jr.; Smith Hulse; John Watt; Lafayette Peters; D. Terwilliger; E.R. Lewis; L.R. Moore; Henry Bansil; Mrs. H. Lilly; John W. Holmes; W.C. Pugsley; McCarthy; J.S. Courter; J.S. Clark & E.W. David; O.L. Youngs; R. Conklin; A. Youngs; Mary H. Beach; Wm. Thompson; F.E. Grinnell; Jonathan Courter; School; W.S. Turck & Co.; John Graham; D. Fratcher; J.S. Gorton; G.E. Fullerton; J.B. Fullerton; C.M. Wilson; J.F. & N.C. Moore; Eva Gee; B.W. Haines; R.E. Case; D.S. French Atty.; Peter Ostrander; R.E. Case; A.C. Haynes; Jas. Jewlett; Thos. Argent; J.G. Rundio; J.E. Nash; Mary Hewelett; Lewis Metcalf; F.H. Bogart; Mrs. W.J. Gargett; Wm. Lovell; Dunn & Case; Chas. Ames; J.H. Giles; Chas. Ames; R.E. Case; T. Pelton; R. Giles; W.B. Scattergood; Alpheus Davis; Croswell Clay; F. Smith; W.H. Skinner; Mrs. J. Lang; R. Lang; J. Evy; P. Crippen; C & W. Joseph; D. Yiter; Henry Skinner; H.A. Weiss; Mary Fisher; Harriet Fowler; MILL POND; Thos. Gifford; B. Johnson; W.J. Wilson; Henry Skinner; A. McKarp; M. King; S. Stevens; H.C. Ferris; Saw Mill; Wm. L. Lang; C. Rosecrantz; Cem.; J. Evey; L. Peters; J. Griffin; C.W. Gee; R. Forquar; WARD & SUMNER DRAIN; SUMNER; Wm. Stratton; T. Lang; C. Bigelow; H.M. Decker; Fowler; John Fowler; J.T. Jones; Geo. A. Bailey; A. Davis; Henry Parr; John Harvey; E. Pratt; J.C. Woolford; O. Leonard; J.E. Booth; Wm. Parr; John Langdon; John Fry; D. Fry; Jas. Clark; W.T. Clark; Wm. Tomlin; Peppermint Cr.; Pine River; S.S. Walker; S. Alvord; E. Case; French & Seaver; R.E. Case; N. Church; W.O. Wbster; J.B. Dunlap; E. Butler; T. McFaul; M.E. Butts; A. Gorton; E.A. Husler; Wm. McFaul; Charles Stafford; Henry Clow; Jac. E. Clow; B.C. Alfred; Witherell; FREESE DRAIN; H.C. Ripley; Cath. Harris; W.E. Clark; A. Cummins; A.D. Noyes; F.H. Tufts; A. Daniels; G.W. Kirbey; T. Merchant; E. Clark; L. Terpenning; F. Husted; M. Dingman; H. Avery; A. Reuhle; Jos. Little; G.C. Rosa; O. Lampson; School; Jos. O. Brew; W. Mallock; B.F. Avery; C. Lampson; H.C. Ripley; John Hicks; H.J. Altenberg; H.I. Altenberg; John Scriven; Jacob Fry; H.C. Ripley; Jones & Porter; D.K. Andrews; C.H. Gallup; A. Flewelling; Anton Boyer; J. Seaver; Mrs. Smith; Wm. Prine; J.C. Wolford; E. Bigelow; D. Myers; Mrs. L.T. Wilder; Wesley Harvey; A. Peters; I. Harvey; Calista Pratt; C. Ayers; Sarah Pugsley; Charlotte Bigelow; S.S. Walker; A. Houcke; Geo. McCurdy; G. Clark; Jas. Hicks; Mill; M.W. Tucker; H. & W. Skinner; W. Strickland; G.A. Eliz Evey; Res.; Danl. Seaman; Pratt; Philip Hicks; John Langdon Est.; Benj. Fowler; A. Fowler; E. Thompson; DISTRICT No. 6; DISTRICT No. 7; FRAC. DIST. No. 4; DISTRICT No. 8; DISTRICT No. 5; FRAC. DIST. No. 3; DISTRICT No. 2; DISTRICT No. 1; Note:

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Page  23 I NO RTrH S-T 5c6 4 31 7-5 3- 1 -26 73fl -R. T I NP E la... ____7/ &S~eS~lN ~. ST 'U. I WASH IN GTON r wp. Sea& 1 6-Rods-to awjnelv.. I TO 1- E no SAGINAW MUSKEGON R YQLEOO1SAGNAWt&.U.EION.R.ft itC,, 51 5 6 q 8 K RAIL D WALK 114, 84 -81 880.76: 45sd SI 26 ace oClar7t;-l A c5 anse s' ~Wic/cs S tvn Scaele. W-Rods per-Inch, I I u 17T i cc A31f.Pe isI S. Steen ELM H A Z EL U 9 717 J 65; '64 63 52, ST 46 206 '23 ST.. 31 341 -ST. . ST. Fz4 F9 0 0 0 0 0. 0 4, CC I I ST. 4: 3.7 11 -t' &..L 13 1? 138 139 1- 137 1410 136 147 W AS H I N G TO N -1 45.43, cc -j -J 2f.ITcke X55 - IWf77loipsomL I[ I. u _-_- iJI1L mS - - 1' ELMIA LL SUMNE.R TWP K JesseP-t;rapplj iticcy-B eeson I I K Jesse J-Tccpp PCEDAR S T. co PIN 6 -316 IL7AOsJ P S zSL T c.< 515' ZKI 1,6c-1 1< Mill 11 111* ni711118. ELMIN I I I el, (it - I 6 I 4 awl'sdr' 6t74' I I-, col SUMNER BUSINESS REFER-4 ENCES. SAMUEL BIGELOW, Postmaster- and Dealer in.Drugs and General Merchandise. H. A. CLOW, Farmer and Proprietor of Sumner House. H3. C. FERRIS, Proprietor Sumner Mills. Custom work a specialty. GEORGE MoCURDY, Township Clerk, Notary Public. Contracts, leases, and all forms of legal papers drawn up for the transfer of property. Loans money on, and buys and sells real estate. Also Dealer in Drugs and General Merchandise. DANIEL SEAMAN & SONS, Manufacturers of the Seaman Double. Farm Roller. W.. W. TUCKER, Dealer in General Merchandise. OLA BUSINESS REFERENCESU ALVIN SHAVER, Real Estate Dealer and Pro. Town Plat. S)aAYTON, LEACH & LADD, Proprietors Of Stave Heading, Lumber and Shingle Mill. ELM HALL BUSINESS. REFER-'. ENCES. THOMAS 3. BLAIR, General Dealer in all kinds of Merchandise, Lumber, Lath, Hardwarel, Farming implements, Farm Produce, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, etc. \M ER R ILL '7wtp 2- TJr 6 al vao 6 oc __- 6. u 101 'iP R I -NIC E 3 4 - / 14 -'att6 011 10' 9 8 ST LiiiiSY4 -A N T -7 -13 a 7 <1 3 -70 6 0 7 8 Go F 7C 4- 9 8 1 AVSCI 6 6 T. a T.8 '7 -70 5 9 a 4- 7 a- 6 S T. 0 Title: SUMNER; ELM HALL; OLA Keywords: C.W. Gee; Jas Griffin; B. Finch; Lucy Cram; R. Peck; WATER ST.; Saml. Bigelow; MAIN ST.; WEST ST.; SUMNER ST.; NORTH ST.; CEDAR ST.; PINE ST.; H.L. Mc Curdy; School Dist. No. 4; R. Farquer; Free M.E. Ch.; Church of Christ; H. Clow Pro.; Hotel; Scales; BEECH ST.; GLEN ALLEY; C. Bigelow; Advent Ch.; Wm. Stratton; SHERMAN ST.; QUARTERLINE ST.; MAPLE ST.; LYNN ST.; I.F. Tucker; Hardware Store; McCurdy; Store; Mary West; S. Bigelow; M.W. Tucker; Res.; P.O.; Store; J.B. Tucker; Gen'l Store; M.W. Tucker; W.H.; C. Ferris; Grist Mill; S. Stevens; H.C. Ferris; Res. S. Stevens; HAZEL ST.; James Hicks; H. & W. Skinner; Geo Clark; C.S. M. R.R. SURVEY; SUMNER TWP.; SUMNER TWP.; Jesse Trapp; May Beeson; R. Maynard; J.R. Shaffer; Wm. Joseph; CEDAR ST.; PINE ST.; ELM ST.; LINCOLN ST.; THOMAS ST.; SHERIDIAN ST.; T.J.B.; Hotel; T.J. Blair; Wag Sh.; TRAPPS SUB.; T.W. PALMER'S ADDITION; Lath. Saw & Planing Mill; Wag & B.S. Sh.; Masonic Hall; T.J. Blair; Store; Store; P.O.; W. Lott; Res. of T.J. Blair; C. Brooks; C.L. Brooks; MERRILL ST.; PALMER ST.; SUMNER ST.; PRINCE ST.; PALMER ST.; GROVE ST.; LASALLE ST.; Pump Cider; Fact. Mill; Evaporator; 100F & G.A.R. Hall; M.E. Ch.; HAZEL ST.; HASTINGS ST.; School House; WASHINGTON TWP.; TOLEDO SAGINAW & MUSKEGON R.R.; Depot; RAIL ROAD ST.; DODGE St.; Hotel; P.O.; F.G. Brainard Charcoal Ovens; WALKER ST.; Slayton Ladd & Leach; S.S. Mill; Stave Heading Planing & Feed Mill; SECTION LINE; WASHINGTON ST.; SHAVER ST.; MAIN ST.; MILL ST. Note: SUMNER BUSINESS REFERENCS.; SAMUEL BIGELOW, Postmaster and Dealer in Drugs and General Merchandise.; H.A. CLOW, Farmer and Proprietor of Sumner House.; H.C. FERRIS, Proprietor Sumner Mills, Custom work a specialty.; GEORGE McCURDY, Township Clerk, Notary Public. Contracts, leases, and all forms of legal papers drawn up for the transfer of property. Loans money on, and buys and sells real estate. Also Dealer in Drugs and General Merchandise.; DANIEL SHAMAN & SONS, Manufacturers of the Seaman Double Farm Roller.; M.W. TUCKER, Dealer in General Merchandise.; OLA BUSINESS REFERENCSE.; ALVIN SHAVER, Real Estate Dealer and Pro. Town Plat.; SLAYTON, LEACH & LADD, Proprietors of Stave Heading, Lumber and Shingle Mill.; ELM HALL BUSINESS REFERENCSE.; THOMAS J. BLAIR, General Dealer in all kinds of Merchandise, Lumber, Lath, Hardware, Farming Implements, Farm Produce, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, etc.

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Ai,ýZay-, 40. 1 J07ZeS..-Y. C. csý-- 40 1 40 o-b a-P f s 80 C5 i Ar Eýl ss A s72, -Walk e77, -B IOTV 30 80 a Joh-a V'o 1 SC71 Cý 20 71-nC 40 ýN F --,I. 'T, ý -D, -rooke-,--T7ZYaZAej 50 'ej Wso -40 I. ___j - - I - zju 81 1 - I'-- i;iý i L - i - ý20 i - -.4 'ýTohw -Meks 16p,. 84 - W. 0. ff-tdc&insorzlx 80 C9 0.to Christ Scut-top vi I e,-r 40 S.-V 477iblar 40 80 Ddbso-W 80 So -W-!'Z'-IlTO 07-10 50 40 s lplo T.-Wisel 40 40. Tcte.. S&M7 Ilp 40. 4-0 80 80 tnW-721 40 0ý-'Ooo zsl 1910 Terp 40 80 S.-W. 80 40 40 110-3, Q5 Co I 05, tj xo-r-, e 40 T G-ffm-nW 5of Cl 60 -120 40 I -RA-Cý T- -B e-b aýp 'Est of',T7w. 3 so 40 -qo P-0 1-,..,S T 40 40 40, c ýV, D ak "ý 40 C. X, Ve-bste;p -i OWN Title: ARCADA 12,11 N 3 W Keywords: Katrine Blank; J.W. Snyder; D. Servoss; John Galvin; D.R. Sullivan; Res; Peter Clow; E.H. Kimmell; W.O. Johnson; W. Rogers; Alma College; ALMA; L.C. Cohoon; F. Hawley; S.J. Currence; Isaac Pierce; J.A. Elwell; PARK; R.C. Latimer; J. Currence; L.C. Wright; L.H. Mapes; A. Ziesse; Est of L. Gargett; Jerome Kinney; D. Goggin; J. Currence; Mary Abbott; Est of J.L. Muhn; A. Housden; Jno. Smith; Jeff Pratt; C.W. Carter; J.H. Allis; Voorhees Bros; A.G. Wiley; Mrs. M.W. Parsons; Ed. Adams; G.C. Parsons; Harry Clark; F. Webb; A.M. Wiley; Sarah A. Webb; School; Wm. Brower; I.B. Wolf; D.R. Sullivan; Adams Cr.; B. Carter; Thos. Bartlett; A.W. Wright; E. Arnold; I. Horton; A.W. Wright; Geo. Demery; Wright & Hooper; E. Metcalf; I.B. Wolf; E. Griffin; W.S. Turck; Cem.; W. Thomas; J.G. Chase; G.G. Holliday; W.W. Clark; A.W. Wright; Geo. Pulfrey; Church & Marston; Thos. Grover; J. Clark; J.W. Clark; G. Clark; R. Kernon; Chas. Grover; J. Barber; Simon Derushia; Harry Grover; Pierce; Galloway; Mrs. G. Farrow; Ruth Cook; M.E. Fisher; W.C.B. Sherwood; L. Church; Clark Burt; Geo. Carbine; D.C. Drury; Thos. Fitzgerald; Jno. Farrow; J. Canfield; W.H. Green; Eugene King; Parker Merill; B. Ward; J.B. Maroft; N. Sargent; C. Rogers; H.C. Worden; E. Blakeslee; N. Sargent; N. Church; S.S. Mill; Cem.; David Bailey; School; L.C. Fisk; J. Rush; B.R. Nevins; L.H. Treat; Jno. Durkee; W.S. Turck; M. Ely; Jno. H. Bangs; Nathaniel Bangs; Ely Raycraft; Wm. Howie; Frank Gilkin; School; A.W. Wright; T. Pitts; C. Scharf; Chas. Godfrey; A. Hood; NELSON DRAIN; Thos. O' Brien; D.J. Best; E. Bowman; L.D. Forrest; Wright Hooper; W. Anderson; M. Harriss; M.J. Bogardus; E. Bradford; Geo. Ward; E. Clark; Wright & Hooper; W.S. Turk; W.S. Kline; J.A. Kline; W.H. Rogers; G.C. Gerber; David Webster; G.S. Aldrich; Abram Eckert; School; G.W. Irish; L.S. Spencer; John Fink; Nath Boyer; Wm. W. Beverly; E Medler; Jonathan Courter; Mrs. Jas Medler; Wm. Orr; H.J. Hyde; J.W. Holmes; Wm. Wait; F. Fessenden; Marcellus Reid; Reid Bros.; Darius Reid.; Jones & Porter; Pine River; John Murphy; T.H. Kress; J.W. Wheaton; Saml. Brubaker; G.W. McCarty; John Day; S. Peck; David Cuvrell; Jno. Stewart; W. Anderson; Ely Creek; A.W. Wright; R. Bird; W. Stanton; S.H. Walker; H.A. Delavan; B.S. Webb; Amanda Bishop; W.A. Johnson; A. Kinney; S. Birmingham; Job Bailey; John F. Innis; D.E. Bailey; N.J. Bailey; Oscar Morse; L. Keefer; F. Keefer; C.J. Perkins; Wm. H. Grandly; Eph Osborn; E.J. Sluytor; D.L & N. R.R.; I. Russell; D.L. Sharrar; Geo. Kuhlman; J.M. Glover; Jonas Nichols; Nathan Nevins; Theron Knapp; Lilly; H. Cox; W. Purvis; I.Russel; Jac. Rush; J.F. Nevins; S. Newcomer; Wm. Bishop; Geo. Bishop; J.F. Gott; R. Swan; M. Bancroft; Wm. Tyrell; L.L. Beebe; T.A.A. & N. M. R.R.; George S. Kimmin; Jones & Porter; John Devey; J.H. Seaver; FREESE DRAIN; KIRBY DRAIN; Chas. Knightheart; John Lampman; D. Brown; H. Wise; Mary Biglow; H.A. Delavan & Co.; John Hicks; Emeline Brown; L.O. Drew; Maria Parker; J.O. Drew; A. Gibson; H.S. Taylor; Est of H.S. Taylor; Benj. Park; M. Park; D. Shaw; W. Cowles; C.B. Lewis; L.B. Lewis; J.L. Miller; Jas. McCarty; Chas. Pritchard; A. Shelter; B. Bailey; G.D. Downes; Jos. Reed; Wm. Kuhlman; S.S. Andrews; Wm. J. Birmingham; M.D. Birmingham; H. Brewer; E.A. Salsbury; T.S. Barnes; NEWARK & ARCADA DTICH; John Scriven; N. Church; J.M. Glover; A. Church; Peter Fisher; Eli S. Brooke; Geo. Burgess; J.P. King; J. Jest; H. Burns; J. Cowley; Ruth Burgess; W.J. Hubbard; B. Tyrell; J. Peterson; Susan Hubbard; A. Finch; E.E. Farrington; Mary Graham; Phebe B. Harriman; Wm. H. Zimmerman; ITHACA BRANCH D L & N. R.R.; Geo. Zimmerman; Benj. Burton; Cider Mill; D. Ingalsbee; A.J. Brooke; Res; D.W. Altenberg; Levi Hiestand; Josh Walker; S. Walker; W.S. Hall; F. Place; School; J. Black; R.M. Steel; S. Wagner; A. Jessup; R. Finch; F. Kinketer; N. Church; D. Abrey; John Scriven; S.S. ; J.C. Murphy; Mrs. L. Eller; A.E. Weleine; Mary Weleine; O. Duryea; A.W. Wright; Mich Fary; H.C. Ripley; Jones & Porter; A. Roberts; School; O. Eddy; J.L. Campbell; C. Toohey; J.L. Miller; W.F. Moore; G.W. McCarthy; J. Clark; H. Fuller; G. Whitman; C.R. Bellows; M. Ely; J & H. T. Daman; H. Fuller; P.A. Blackmer; J.C. Collins; Roxey Corey; O. Stilwell; Jno. Degroft; Smith; Jones & Porter; O.P. Fletcher; Wm. Bishop; S. Powers; W. Merchant; Jac. Merchant; Saml. Merchant; J & W. Merchant; M. Goff; S. Messenger; John Hicks; W.O. Hutchinson; Dexter Kirby; Benj. Ray; A. Losey; C.S Castman; A.T. Chaffee; E. Terpening; Adney Dobson; Christ Sartor; School; Myron Kirby; J.H. Smith; Wm. T. Naldrett; O.M. Barnes; S. Ransom; R. Fuller; M. Ely; J.H. Davis; S.W. Ambler; L. Utter; S.W. Ambler; J. Porterfield; Wm. Moore; John Hicks; Mary Wilson; F.M. & B.A. Martin; F. Wise; J. Hicks; Cora Bowman; M.A. Dubar; Jac. Sharp; Ben. Sharp; A.G. Morey; E. Ogden; Mrs. More; E. Lake; J.G. Hane; F. Parks; Dav. Johnson; Alex Parks; J.H. Debar; C.W. & T. Brown; John Scrivenl Est of Jno. Jeffery; R. Finch; W. Mead; C.W. Baker; C.E. Webster; E. Baurer; J. Scriven; A. Allen; E. Hall; ALMA; Ely Creek; Adams Cr.; FRAC. DIST. No. 7; FRAC. DIST. No. 1; FRAC. DIST. No. 2; NEWARK ARCADA DITCH; DISTRICT No. 2; DISTRICT No. 8; FRAC. DIST. No. 8; Note:

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COHOON'S ADD.; JAS. CRESS ADD.; LINDEN AVE.; E. Allem; G. Kress; Mrs. Chichester; Mrs. Whipple; N.G. Davidson; N. Boyer; Mrs. Sloane; Est of G. Boyer; Mrs. Rogers; D. Rosenburg; G. Chandler; S.F. Kimble; P. Nowr; S. Rogers; J. Stilwell; G. Kress; A. Rogers; H. Wise; M. Teachworth; J.M. Flanagan; G.W. Van Weigen; J. Kress; Epis. Ch; T. Timby; W.G. Sh; W. Crankhite; L.P. Gillman; Livery Stable; M. Dallas; C.L. Downey; W.W. Roberts; F. Pollasky; A.W. Wright; H.A. Delavan; W.O. Johnson; A.W. Wright; Artesian Well; Alma Sanitarium; Park; Fountain & Pool; W.W. Pike; E.L. Stark; Wright House; M. Dallas; Adams Bros; Bank; GARGETT'S ADD.; WALNUT ST.; HASTINGS ST.; HULBERT ST.; ALMA & ST. LOUIS STATE ROAD; L. Gargett Est.; Park; ALMA; Geo. Chandler; J.A. Elwell; J.C. Barber; D. Fuller; A. Cohoon; Mornison; W. McKinzie; N. Thompson; J. Alverson; D.P. Caster; H.A. Delavan; S. Arnold; H. Fuller; P. Smith; R. Whitbeck; E.W. Morey; H.A. Delavan; C. Delavan; A. Neil; S.W. Ambler; P.M. Smith; A. Kenenn; Geo. Frosch; Fred. Frosch; W. Rollin; B. Lane; S. Huntley; G. Bahlke; Bapt Ch; Presby Ch; Advent Ch; Engine Ho.; Rink; Wright Block; Foundry; Machine Sh; Alma Knitting; NOT RECORDED; Wm. CASE'S ADD.; J. HENRY LANCASHIRE'S ADD.; James. A. Stuttz; CEDAR St.; J.H. Lancashire; CENTER ST.; MECHANIC ST.; MAPLE ST.; GRANT ST.; MILL ST.; LINCOLN ST.; H.F.P. Schneider; C.E. Renner; Alma Excelstor Works; T.A Ely; Phebe Harriman; W.N. Rogers; Decker; Wadley; Mrs. F. Schweier; M.E. ELY'S ADD.; FOREST ST.; ELYTON; M.E. Ch; M.A. Lockwood; Pollasky Block; Hotel; WOODWORTH ST.; WATER ST.; M. Church Block; Wagon Shop; Harrington Table Co.; Depot; Elevator; Flouring Mills; City Water Works; Alma Creamery; Union School; COURT ST.; EUCLID ST.; ALGER ST.; GROVER ST.; ELM ST.; CHURCH ADD.; O.J. Stillwell; J.M. Forton; DETROIT LANSING & NORTHERN R.R. OPERATING; Thos. Grover; Wm. Elliott; P. Reddy; H.L. Johnson; R.S. Richard; Church & Marston; Vanderhoof; S. Hawks; C.J. Rush; E. Stanton; W. Cronkite; Thos. Vought; G. Van Sickle; S.C. Coleman; W. Jennings; Thos. Grover; F. Bartholomew; W. Vanderhoof; A.F. Young; Chas. Grover; J. Barber; Thos. Grover; S.F. Jonningo; S. Evilsizer; ITHACA BRANCH; S.V. & St.L. R.R.; M.C. Dallas; C. Morse; Lanphere; A.W. Wright; E. Ely; D. Ely; Mrs. Travis; Mrs. Ely; A. Moyer; D. Bamborough; Wm. MOYER ST.; GEO. PUFLREY'S ADD.; W.S. Turck; PINE RIVER; Hoop, Planing & Saw Mill; J. Henry Lancashire; Office; J.S. Parker; Stock Pens; A.W. Wright; G. Pollasky; Ice House; Wright & Hooper; M.B. Faughner & Co.; S.S. Mill; BAY CITY & BATTLE CREEK R.R.; LINE OF SURVEY; W.S. Turck; W.A. Thomas; T.A.A. & N.M. R.R.; Note: ALMA BUSINESS REFERENCSE.; OFFICIALS, 1889.; M. MONTIGEL, President.; JAMES G. KRESS, Clerk.; G.S. WARD, Treasurer.; A.E. WOODWARD, Assessor.; M.C. DALLAS, Street Commissioner.; Trustees - E.A. Bagley, S.W. Tinker; J.B. Tubbs, Fred. D. Adam, John Dunham; ALMA COLLEGE. Under the care of the Synod of Michigan. For particulars address George F. Hunting, President; or J.W. Ewing, Secretary; ALMA SANITARIUM. Morris Hale, M.D., Manger and Resident Physician. Open all the year.; ATTORNEYS.; W.A. BAHLKE, Attorney and Counsellor at Law.; FRANCIS PALMER, " " "; JOHN D. SPINNEY, " " "; JAMES L. CLARK, " " "; DENTIST.; Dr. W. KELLY. The only first class Dentist in town. Work promptly and carefully done, and work Guaranteed; HOTEL.; WRIGHT HOUSE. A.W. Wright, Proprietor; S.A. Smith, Manager; This is given up to be the best and finest equipped House in the State.; BANK.; W.S. TURCK & CO., Bankers. Sucessors to Turck, Winton & Co.; Transact a general Banking Business. Correspondents - American Exchange National Bank, Destroit, Mich.; Hanover National Bank, New York. G.S. Ward, Cashier.; MERCHANTS.; WRIGHT, SCHNEIDER & STUTTZ. General merchants. 1, 3, 5, and 7 East Superior St. Furniture and Carpet Rooms. Alma Roller Mills. Grain Elevator. Wood and Coal Yards. Alma Springs Creamery. Wool Warehouse. Also Branch Store of General Merchandize at Shepherd, Mich.; and Wright Milling Co.; POLLASKY BROTHERS, Proprietors of the "Bee Hive Stores." We handle the best qualities in Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, etc. Retail Goods and Wholesale Prices. Leaders in good goods and low prices. Our Motto:-"Cut Prices."; INSURANCE.; WARD & SPINNEY. John D. Spinney, Attorney. Represent the fellowing first class fire insurance companies:---; Ohio Farmers, Leroy, Ohio; Milwaukee Mechanics, Milwaukee, Wis.; Continental, New York, New York.; Niagara, " " " "; West Chester, " " " "; Phoenix, Brooklyn, " "; Connecticut, Hartford, Conn.; Orient, " "; Fireman's Fund, San Francisco, Cal.; Royal Liverpool, Eng.; Liverpool and London and Glove, Eng.; Norwich Union, Norwich, Eng.; North British and Merchantile, London and Edinburgh.; Hamburg Bremen, Hamburg and Bremen, Ger.; Office over H.A. Delavan & Co's Store, Superior Street.; GROCERIES.; GEORGE W. PAOLFREY, Dealer in Groceries and Provisions.; W.L. HOUGH, Dealer in General and Fancy Groceries, Country Produce taken in exchange for goods at highest market price.; MEAT MARKET.; J.B. TUBBS, Butcher and Dealer in all Kinds ofmeat. Fresh supply on hand at all times, at lowest prices.; MANUFACTURERS.; J.M. MONTIGEL & CO., Founders, Machinists and Blacksmiths. Manufacturers of the Schwartz Road Cart, Steel Plows, Wagons, Carriages, etc. Cutters, and the Improved Schwartz Oscillating Bob Sleighs.; TINKER & LANCASHIRE. Planing-Mill, and Manufacturers of Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings. Hardwood Inside Finish a Specialty. Plain Scroll Sawing and Turning. Terms Strictly Cash: no deviation from this rule.; NEWSPAPERS.; C.F. BROWN, Proprietor of the Record Steam Printing House. Publisher of the Alma Record. Established in 1876.; THE ALMA NEWS, a Republican Newspaper, issued every Saturday morning by the Alma News Company.; REAL ESTATE.; A. YERINGTON, Justice of the Peace. Real Estate and Insurance. Village Property handled. Office, one Door East of Ellison's Store. O.M. EVERDEN, Real Estate Dealer.; T.A. JOHNSON, Real Estate Loan and Insurance Agent.; BERT. WOODWARD, Real Estate Agent.; DRUGGIST.; B.S. WEBB, Dealer in Drugs, Fancy Articles Books, etc.; POSTMASTER.; D. ELY, P.M., F.D. Ely, Assistant.; MISCELLANEOUS.; O.J. STILWELL, Principal of the alma Union School.; D.W. ALTENBURG, County Surveyor.; DARIUS REID, Township Supervisor and Farmer.; SALOON.; H.F. MOYER, Dealer in Fine Wines and Liquors.; LIVERY.; WRIGHT HOUSE LIVERY. A.W. Wright, Proprietor; C.A. Davis, Manager. Telephone Connections.;

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Page  31 Scale 2ilnhes to tlie -Tit 13 4 is4o4 80 40 40 4080*7 80 80-S40'tdgrr W~~f~Tf~nrdh/4o '1 40I R A. D B o70 Mary 40 Tle -T T10ýzcha 40I 40 -1 4.0 40 a 40 808040i (V C.o w a 4 a 80 ~~~80 gam t a-~11 50p uly I 11450 Cm'tj7i - hataBvi anronso 1'I40 -40 40 4 IBwr-gess 'rfjkinc -itww jruawv. Shehep 0 ~ K~ ~~~~~~F 40403.cwt__.a4 ~t 40 a0 4-0 41 40 a. Yz OZ 19Yn__ _ _ _ _ * jn 4 'o j4 ~e Sii Im. () 80 ____ I It 00 80OD14 K_ __ _ _ 5 AC~ -1U] Cr1-ith I wts t C-sorxC 80,It' 40 440 40 403_ I8__0I8 807 4o 40 40 80 160- to~ ~n Clr~' 8 1 ~ ~ ~ 4 160 B4o0 Te pc C4011re"r-,e /arb ~n~ p10 KAL_ _ __ _ _I.'l 1ý 1-7 2--? TU 10-r_ _ _ __ _ _ _ 40.-~-,, 64W80 So_ 0 4 zliza1~arr t~ iI'l 0 iok 40tt[raBlFa/ikLlrwr I~n'pd727'JY [['real. A~~~~ ~~~~~~~r4 40Iriri1h o/'10~ g-J oen 25 llcc Title: EMERSON 11 N 2 W Keywords: Andrew Mitchell; J. Guthrie; Jas. Edgar; E. Camp; Presby Ch; Thos. Sutton; T. Muscott; Merritt Muscott; F. Cronkhite; H. Chisholm; Stuart Edgar; Jas. Dunn; Eliz Woodward; J.H. Bailey; H. Shaw; School; Waldo Curtis; E.T. Livingston; Jay Shultz; A. Curtiss; J. Coston; F.W. Curtiss; E.A. Clark; F.J. Kuhlman; Nevins Beard; Renna Costen; M. Shraw; W. Beard; H. Tyler; Wm. Shaver; Mottie Strong; H.C. Ripley; John Shook; O.J. Becker; A. Graham; T. Richards; H.C. Kuhlman; Aug. Noack; H. Seifka; N.M. Thompson; R.S. Brown; Geo. W. Healey; A. Anderson; T. Anderson; D.C. Wilkinson; E. Adams; Andrew Thompson; Eliza Daily; Jas. Finehout; A.J. Shelley; G.W. Anderson; School; C. Stizzenfield; Jas. Griffith; C.W. Satterlee; C. Elliott; C.M. Van Curen; J.S. Mill; John Mull; D. Allen; F. Rumsey; G.W. Skinner; Wm. Bartlett; E.E. Betser; John Ovens; J.W. McCloud; Willard Gay; Ellis Colborn; M.V. Smith; J.A. Dutcher; Wm. H. Lehner; Mahala Bronson; G.H. Burgess; G. Krisher; C. Rathburn; F. Lamb; Lewis Wiser; H.W. French; E. McCall; C.H. Webster; N. Church; H.A. Skinner; W. Snyder; M.B. Raynor; J. Mull; F.B. Howard; J.A. Barrington; D. Zimmerman; D. Griffith; E. Griffith; E.A. Brown; I.D. Pepple; A.B. Smith; Jay Griffith; S.W. Hamlin; Geo. W. Presler; F.G. Kneeland; Kneeland & Smith; I.H. Beard; J.A. Mann; N. Church; H. Dailey; Jas. McArthur; E.S. Knapp; Wm. H. Daugherty; D. Somerville; A. Shaver; A.A. Hoyt; Jas. Wiles; Jas. Riddle; L.A. Collins; W. Coston; M.E. Curtiss; C.H. Wagner; E. Pinkham; Jas. Shaver; A. Curtiss; Lydia M. Sheldon; A. Curtiss; Wm. M. Curtiss; Wm. Moore; J.B. Tyler; Saw Mill; Seneca Curtiss; T. Muscott; Alex Chisholm Jr.; Eli Hooks; D. McKinzie; Ellen McClure; N. Babcock; Leslie Riggs; O.A. Coleman; J.A. Reese; Ellen McGregor; Louis Hetzman; K.P. Peet; Elbert Eldred; N. Chase; F.M. Hetzman; Terry Eldred; Stuart Edgar; J.L. Smith; Wm. Putnam; H.D. Jarvis; L. Knapp; J.N. Guthrie; North Br. Beaver Cr.; S. Green; N. Green; Ransom Allen; H. Warren; L. Stevens; EMERSON CENTER BEBEE P.O.; Patrich Brewer; A. Crites; S. Brand; Geo. Wonnacott; J.A. Guthrie; T. Sullivan; Susan Burnham; A.J. Cramer; J.E. Soule; John Eichorn; F.M. Hetzman; H. Warren; Ransom Allen; A.M. Sanders; Alex McGregor; TB. Wiles; A. Ramsey; S.D. Monoroe; Lafayette & Emerson Grange No.; Store; And. Gibbs; Jas. Bovier; H. Eichorn; Saml. Sanders; Est C. Garlee; L.A. Waltrers; Cem; Res; Jesse Pepple; John Sheeler; Wm. H. Royce; J. Shaver; Bert Failing; E.A. Brown; S. Conklin; J.P. Oliver; Byron Plow Co.; Henry Treat; Alonzo Elsworth; Wm. Church; C. Conklin Ferell; A. Lefley; Theron Finney; N. Rearick; M.E. Hall; Sarah Towner; Danl. Carother; W.W. Comstock; Ira S. Allen; Parks Allen; School; B. Coffin; I.N. Coleman; Albert Smith; Alice Stocum; Hannah Coffin; Wm. Houlden; G. Taylor; H. Parks; L.M. Ritchie; W.W. Hendershot; Ellen Hendershot; W.H. Newton; C. DePeel; J.F. Eichorn; Mary A. Baker; Imison Est.; Wm. R. Johnson School No. 3; Twp Hall I.O.O.F.; Wm. Eichorn; S.A. Gidley; J.L. Voress; J.A. Sutherland; "A.P.C.Co"; John Sweet; N.M. Showers; Store & P.O.; M. Cramer; Mary S. Spear; J.L. Voress; C.L. Davis; J & A. Barnard; W.C. Dickinson; Store & P.O.; Wm. Gamble; Robt. Gamble; G.H. Haney; S. Monroe; L.V. Crosby; H.C. Ripley; C.L. Murnford; Eliza Dailey; BEAVER CREEK DITCH; Elias Sandres; J.A. Des Ermine; L.D. Russell; J. Sanders; L. Hetzman; N.M. Allen; E.S. Thompson; McDorinan; A.J. Bare; Theo. Bloss; B.B. Borton; M. Burleigh; Terry Eldred; Geo. Gargett; Henry Cobb; L.W. Fidler; Mary Guild; SHAD CR. DRAIN; F.M. Street; Gilbert & Goodhue; Moses Ackles; Robt. J. Donnan; Wm. Donnan; Dav. Kostenbaden; W. Relton; Eliz Davis; F. Briar; Eliz. Jennings; E. Hunter; T.B. Wiles; Wilson Vernon; Robt. Cochran; Jac. Shirely; Wm. Cochran; John Cochran; J. Arntz; A. McAdams; W. Sibert; Graber & Young; S.J. Thomspon; Saw Mill; J.O & B. Hakes; M. Fichterbiner; C.E. Reeves; A. Brooke; CHARLES ROAD; A.M. & E.A Augstine; S. Augustine; A. Leader; J.W. Irving; Eliza Rasor; J. Kitch; Tilly Traver; H.B. Rasor; Edw. Shireley; B. Traver; Miss E.J. Wilson; D.S. Thrush; John Blakeslee; A. Suesbaum; M.D. Jonhson; A.P. Cook Co.; G. Marzolf; Martin Marzolf; School; F.A. Herron; L.D. Baker; W.L. Phillips; J.B. Whiton; Gaylord Helms; SAYLES CHING DITCH; Robt. Lewis; Wm. Ching; J.H. Moore; E.O. Bradley; C. Stuart; D.C. Parker; R. Allen; W. Preston; J.C. Randall; Jotham Allen; Thos. Fox; Wm. Lewis; Ransom Allen; b. Brown; G.J. Coleman; J.M. Everden; Mrs. Everden; E.C. Earrington; Melvina; Thos. Fox; B. Burton; A.J. Brooke; B.E. Van Deventer; J.H. Gray; Wm. H. Lewis; Robt. Feary; T. Wisner; J. Augustine; S.J. Thoenen; Mrs. McNeil Potter; Mary S. Karpham; John E. Long; C. Boyd; H.C. Smith; G. Plank; C. Hayes; Mrs. Mygrants; Wm. S. Townsend; P.D. Pettit; Jas. Dickinson; G.E. Hanley; C. Snidlecor; A. Shankel; E. Allen; J. Kauffman; Jesse Sherek; Geo. D. McCollum; H.A. Jane; Geo. Ingledue; M. Marzolf; Jos. Dintaman; Dunker Ch; Jas. Fisher; Lilly Selb; M. Jameson; N. Church; O.M. Everden; T.S. Barnes; S.W. Ambler; Jas. Hawkins; O. Magoon; INGLEDUE SHAD CR. DRAIN; S.J. Tompson; John Peters; M & L. Ackles; Wm. Creaser; J. Monteith; M.L. Pendell; C.F. Eno; J.O. Cook; School; F.O. Dodge; J.L. Loutzenhizer; O.P. brown; Jesse Huson; Nelson Vernon; Fredk. Simmons; Odell Peet; T.F. Simmons; Henry Stahl; G. Stahl; Cath Gardner; DISTRICT No. 4; FRAC. DIST. No. 1; DISTRICT No. 5; DISTRICT No. 8; DISTRICT No. 3; DISTRICT No. 6; DISTRICT No. 9; DISTRICT No. 2; Note:

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R T P_ e, -t &.3,20 Emma J. _RUS-rell Z) 40 Psi" f7 _",ý ý;9,vowý Thikt7;ýý17 Cl_, '01 40 T L ar lk I 7 160 Q, z (Z) ert lp,-Wýy lao e ie-I I CT No-I som -/go -160 -160 il SC 90 & C. -FýM6 ore-, q,) 80 Fýr6 orlp 007;zd -Bi-ow7wn, Tý Jo "ZI 40 30 1 55 -40ý IL -IV croald 40 T No. 4 Is S.A. VpCtjt/di7lq 80 do Yo- LOW 40 C. jfin) tzn el 20. SA IdPT LCIn AV 40 iTae.-Ta-p7cy 40 t-,Fli-i'dLrdt ý30 C90 IY8 78 -Zhs7ei-40 -io 40. J.- 0, Thom" 80 40 -rctn7,30 ffolenb eck 't.-I.7E/ 80 V. -I)OWO" ýA9 CT -l'anyjm -100 too, Wil Title: LA FAYETTE 11 N 1 W Keywords: Beaver Creek; Alb. Bradden; John Bulman; L.D. Snow; Geo Gotts; Alb. Braddon; A. Holenbeck; N. G. Clark; Wm. Young; Jos. Mothe; Jas. Hockey; Jos. Lower; Mary Summersea; G. McPherson; T. Snider; D.C. Rounds; Jas. Robertson; Mrs. Harris; Jas. Eastman; C. Johnson; Jason Coleman; John Coleman; J. Brown; H. Green; G. Green; Orrin Adams; W.F. Stenger; T.J. Linscott; Wm. Virgen; DISTRICT No. 6; C. Jarvis; L. Hawkins; R. Dunkle; E.K. Smith; T.M. Green; John Hicks; School; Walter Jones; Nels Nelson; Geo Bott; T.M. Green; Kenneth Mitchell; John Hicks; T. Raymond; G. Morrison; Wm. Bender; N. Church; F.A. Lockwood; J. Van Epps; D.A. Barber; W. Kipp; DISTRICT No. 3; W.B. Robinson; C.W. Robinson; A.D. Wilcox; G.K. Curson; Donald Chisholm; Wm. Bartley; Alex Chisholm Jr.; Alex Chisholm Sr.; Pres. Ch.; John Mitchell; E.B. Root; School No. 3; H.M. Van Epps; Randolph Root; Daniel Holmes; C. Levering; M.E. Ch.; H. Hale; A.R. Porter; D. Merrill; E. Every; E.H. Burgin; L.H. Randall; Frank King; E. Randall; G. Randall; S.V. Oakes; T. Oakes; A.D. Howell; R.J. Fraker; R.R. Co.; P. Brown; A.D. Howell; G. Battley; C.C. Federspiel; Chas. Bitner; W. Buchanan; C.R. Bitner; G. Allen; E. Eggleston; Aug. Hoffmeyer; Chas. Hoffmeyer; F. Glinke; Wm. Virgen; W.Q. Atwood; S.J. Benjamin; J.L. Benjamin; Wm. Carrington; Moore; G.W. Hill; D.L. Fidler; F. Biddlecon; School; Jas. Hill; F.M. Powell; D. Norton Jr.; J. Browley; J. Cross; G.S. Dodder; J. Langdon; S.A. Spaulding; DISTRICT No. 4; G.C. Fiddler; W. Gould; J.O. Thomas; M. Lower; A. Young; C. Hemmer; P. Ansel; Frank Mangold; Jas. Donner; J. Harris; E. Harris; Wm. E. Adams; J. Edward; W.W. Snow; L.T. Ehl; I.W. Disler; G.W. Parks; Jas. Parks; Wm. Dutton; M. Sherman; E. Parks; Danl. Busharee; F.J. Welch; Jas. Sturgis; Wm. Gleason; S. Parks; Frank Snow; Erastus Hibbard; Saw & Stave Mill; J. Jeffery; C.M. Atwood; J.P. Parker; Mary Allen; P. Best; Nelson & B.; D. Jacobs; J.P. Parker; D. Burch; Geo C. Russell; Wm. Hall; DISTRICT No. 8; H. Deiter; R. Oderkirk; J. McCollum; W. Hopkins; J.B. Waight; G. Snell; J.S. Doyle; Jac Hoovler; Caroline Vian; D. Vian; D.H. Parker; Jos Grandee; Leda Moore; John Adams; J.G. Easlick; N. Twist; J.D. Sadler; G.W. Jenkins; J. Marsh; W. Jackson; E. Courtwright; W. Ralston; Philander Wilcox; Wm. E. Jenkins; A.D. Howell; School No. 7; John Zimmerman; Eliz. Elliott; Silas Miller; Hannah E. Marshall; Jos. Scudder; Saml. Wheeler; C.L. Wheeler; L. Zimmerman; Nancy Zimmerman; H. B. Elliott; Mary E. Beam; A.B. Elliott; DISTRICT No. 7; J.W. Slater; T. Eldred; John Slater; M. Whitford; F. Mayhue; B.F. Benson; L. Devereaux; T. Devereaux; S.H. Cass; L. Shaw; E. Stiff; J.B. Darcus; S.H. Cass; J.F. Thistle; F.M. Wyman; Aug. Hashaar; Jas. H. McNall; N. Church; A. Woolhiser; Lewis Marr; Henry Day; James Darcus; P.O.; LaFayette P.O.; H.M. Reid; Judson & Wiley; F. Alden; R. Marr; E. Marr; E. Newman; P. Carr; School; E. Yerrick; Township House; E.M. Becker; Thos. Hopkins; F. Hood; S.D. Ralf; O. & M.J. Paterson; B. Shaub; I. Walsh; J. Kummer; P. Garget; Robt. Bitner; S.D. Rolfe; D.B. Vincent; H.L. Cone; Robert Wittig; Wm. Rodenbo; J.N. Federspiel; N. Laundry; Sylvanus Rodenbo; David H. Easlick; T.P. Adams; Robt. Smith; J.T. Symes; John A. Federspiel; N.R. Bradley & Son; C.F. Moore; Jones & Porter; North Br. Bad Riv.;Chas. Neff; School No. 1; Fredrica Neff; Chas. Green; E.L. Devereaux; DISTRICT No. 1; John Hicks; Ira B. Aldrich; G.W. Aldrich; Edward Schirmer; Louisa Anschuts; O.F. Kane; Lydia Murgettraid; Julia A. Grover; Geo Rolfe; Chas Rowell; Thomas J. Gulick; Lewis Hood; C.A. Thomas; Dav. Thomas; B.F. Gulick; DISTRICT No. 5; Jas. Hopkins; T. & M. Bouch; Thos. Bouch; C.E. Wilhelm; Geo Mitchell; Geo R. Aldrich; A.G. Wilhelm; Jacob Schaub; Presby. Ch.; A.B. Godley; Andrew Schaub; Store; J.M. Tenney; P.P. Lenox; C.A. Hamlin; J.B. Dareus; Geo Russell; John Stambaugh; A. Zimmerman; J.B. Dareus; School No 2; B.F. McNall; Res.; L. Wiley; Geo A. Zimmerman; C. Devereaux; Clara Fodd; John Street; G. Goodhue; P. Roe; S.T. Roe; J.J. Walter; F.M. Street; C. Lanigan; G. Goodhue; H. Mead; B.F. Reeves; H. Bowler; E.A. Guthrie; Wm. Kennett; Rebecca Willard; K.P. Peet; Church; Geo Richardson; B.J. Peet; E.E. & G.P. Russell; Lena Y. Reet; Odell Pett; Emma J. Pett; H.D. Shuman; C.C. Foote; Shad Creek; Jas L. Foote; H.R. Foote; Reuben Haight; H. Shuman; Eliza Emery; C.A. Tarr; James Bowes; School; Barbara Weber; Huram Pitts; J. McBain; Philander Sisson; C.d. Gullick; E.S. Bliss; Em. A. Moore; S. Bliss; Cornelius Cole; P. Sisson; Store & P.O.; Mrs. J.B. Curtis; EDGEWOOD P.O.; I. Cole & Son; Store; Jos. Bates; Adaline Cornwell; O.F. Crane; Geo Williams; A. Derry; Horace Spear; Dav. Kleinhaus; H. Rolfe; J. Rowell; Wm. Sickels; S. Murgettroid; A.A. Brownell; John Derry; Wm. Derry; Wm. H. Turner; Anna J. Shank; Nelson & Barr; N. Wagner; B.F. Austin; Geo Richardson; J. Hicks (Tax Title); Dickerson; FRAC. DIST. No. 4; DISTRICT No. 2; Note: EDGEWOOD BUSINESS REFERENCES.; P.H. SISSON, Dealer in General Merchandise, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Hardware, etc. Edgewood, Gratiot Co., Mich.; I. COLE & SON, Dealers in General Merchandise, Farm Implements, etc. Edgewood, Mich.

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S. sbep-h '4_0 40 4-0 40 40 80 (90 40 mTcrc.,Tae, grztej. ýTno P Cmu-ek e,-p so so FreeMM40 40 40. 40 ýAM' -Tro-bst Iýtp 80.8 -Dan;ý 40 To s110 0. 8 zugonel-Hl 80 WO U/ J-ao 40 40 6) -ijoaisa, -Teedi To 40 GilZe-o 40 C 40 Al 35 ýe- 7 "S hoq -140 80 80 T.",-,-,Tozl/ - S. 1 1 -40 McwTge'. -40 I I I r-- Z 1- 10 1 1 11 * I -r --f- - --!-IC: IF i - H I m X? - 1 =-ý= _a -5ý Qý CO i... a a S. -Te-e& -R, I Covi7ill. _djjis'o-nlý 40 40 40 na Jvb-tll -40 40 a. %-F P 9., a In cavolinle T45'11ý evv-'-s 30 S 0 --We i Koor-hees ff"tie-1 --40--- Jn-,O. C o wmctn/ 80 - 11 1 ý i I i 7ýcl " w H W;A i Alil I z CO X- T. 3-NU or *1 1. -u ---- I t - Title: NEW HAVEN 10 N 4 W Keywords: RANGE LINE; Geo. Dean; Eliza Brown; S.W. Ambler; C. Lehnar; Chas. Shaffer; Wm. Bates; D. Plowfield; Mary A. Bates; Benj. Parker; G. Crouse; W.A. Lewis; School; DISTRICT No. 5; J. Terpening; W.H. Furman; S.S.; Jac. V. Wood; Geo. Barnum; N. Church; Wm. Colwell; H.C. Ripley; J. Packer; S.M. King; S.W. Ambler; J.V. Wood; FREESE DRAIN; And. Jones; D. Myers; J. Gunderman; W.A. Bahlke; Henry Shaver; W.H. Hugg; J. Hicks (Tax); DISTRICT No. 4; Emma Houck; P. Houck; G. Stratton; Wesley Price; H. Packer; Wm. Houck; A. McKinstry; Jno. Hammontree; School; J.A. Plank; S.S. Walker; J & A.A.A. Salyer; John Hicks; H. Clark; Asa Kinney; McCurdy; G. Kampfield; H.O. Church; C.J. Hill; N. Church; M.E. Wiley; R.E. Case; J.H. Gearhart; C & M R.R. SURVEY; E. Lazarus; Jno. Eastman; Jones & Porter; School; A. Bell; FRAC. DIST. No. 9; T. Evans; L.D. Howe; H.C. Ripley; Chas. Button; D. Seifred; Wm. Seifred; A. Townsend; Judson & Wiley; Thos. Hoser; Geo. Gedding; Jno. Stoffser; Wm. Standish; Milo Standish; Jas. Crispell; Wm. Gallant; Wm. Manning; Minnie Leet; A. Van Norman; C. Roberts; Lee Townsend; Res; David Van Luven; DISTRICT No. 6; P. Oliver; J.H. Moores; S. Smith; John Baker; F. Soules; Emily Decker; M. McVeigh; Henry Burlingame; Geo. Pey; S.H. & E. Epler; S.W. Ambler; T. Van Court; Elias Squiers; F. Squires; School; Stone & Orr; D. Orr; Geo. Van Norman; W.M. Johnson; Proctor Shepard; Cutter & Walker; Wm. Crozier; E. Everest; W. Everest; L. McEarland; Est of A. Townsend; Est of A. Townsend; Donald McLaren; John Pool; Alex McLaren; Geo. McNabb; N. H. Wells; F. Wemuth; J. Hamilton; Thos. Razer; J. Wood; Donald McLaren; School; DISTRICT No. 3; Jno. Wermith; Edw. Hamilton; Robt McNabb; Christian Eyer; Ezra Austin; Geo. Wells; N.H. Wells; Jas. Daniels; A. Hund; Wm. Alderman; N.H.W.; Wm. Alderman; N.H. Wells; A. Lepley; Jas. Daniels; D. Davis; W. Botsford; Jno. Botsford; Henry Oakley; D. Oakley; Reuben Botsford; Store & P.O.; F. Manake; S. Hopkins; J. Lepley; F. Wiles; Jno. Jackson; H. Eisinglord; E. Wiles; Solomon Wiles; Edwin Akin; Edw. Woodard; D. Woodard; Eleazer Bosserman; DISTRICT No. 2; E. Akin; G. Cronk; B.J. Barnes; Jno. Seifred; Edgar Woodard; E. Woodard; Geo. Hededing; W. Maffit; H. Horton; H.C. Ripley; Jones & Porter; W.M. Johnson; Ella Young; Jones & Porter & Church; David Thuma; Cath Herrington; WILES & HOLLIDAY DRAIN; CHAMPER DRAIN; Jones & Porter; Alice Woodrank; E.G. Ferris; W. Gage; D. Rummer; J. Powell; M.L. Wilder; D. Woodard; J. Whitman; D. Whitman; B.F. Wilson; B.F. Wilson Jr.; S. Curtis; J.C. Blanchard; Wm. Curtis; O. Jones; A. Cornell; Clarissa Turnbull Est.; C. Layton; Jos. Johnson; J. Rouk; H. Skilling; B. Smith; School; Union; Barn; Jos. Wiles Jr.; J. Wiles; J. Rouk; Cem.; D. Wiles; Frank Maneke; Jos. Rouk; Geo. Chapman; Jac. Wiles; Geo. Cahpman; Jac. Snyder; Jonathan Biddle; Jno. Wolford; NEW HAVEN CENTER P.O.; L. Wolford; N.H. Wells; J. Carpenter; Francis Hyde; Fredk. Petrie; Sylvanus Husted; A. Chapman; R. Reynolds; Enoch Heistand; P. Heistand; STYX DITCH; Edwin Snyder; C. Blanchard; L. McFarland; Fredk. Smith; J. McLaren; Byron Chaney; Wm. McLaren; S.E. Sowers; Caroline. McNabb; Anna Ayres; Ulrich Wermuth; Perry Delaney; Jno. Werrmith; Jac. Jacques; Jno. Braucker; J.A. Passenger; Danl. Freeman; A. Husted; E. Hagerman; Phillip Probst; Eugene Moss; E. Ornt; J.H. Tanner; J. Gunderman; Wm. Williams; Jos. Myra; DISTRICT No. 8; L.S. Shepherd; Jas. Leply; Jno. Grear; E. Shaffer; Thos. Culy; Jos. Myra; Geo. Duerr; E. Shaffer; E. Bellows; Geo. Husted; Elias Beck; R.H. Lutzi; O. Upton; Jac. Baughman; Jas. McClelland; C. Bosserman; A.W. Woodbury; Chas. Hale; R. Chapman; Hannah Chapman; S. Kent; S.F. Page; DISTRICT No. 1; A. Chapman; Julia Morse; H.H. McWilliams; H. Tinklepaugh; H.H. McWilliams; M E. Ch; Chas. Reynolds; Edwin Snyder; Wm. Drew; C.L. Johnston; Isaac Jasons; Chas. Andrew; E. Andrews; Sylverster Stone; Jas. Thompson; A.J. Chambers; Hugh Skilling; S. Teneick; Saml. Ludwick; A.G. Carper; Chas. H. Morse; T.M. Wilson; Louisa Myers; Wm. Procunier; Ed. Inman; C. Layton; Ella Brail; R. Thorbum; O. Parish; H. Pease; W. Marsh; F.S. Everest; J.C. Blanchard; Cludy; Ed Inman; J. hoover; R. Cone; T. Hatadis; Jos. Brenman; Louisa Teed; E. Bell; S. Teed; Jno. Noll; R. Noll; R.H. Bell; Robt. Bell; Wm. Covill; School; Jac. Callahan; E.P. Gilleo; H.l Allison; G.E. Stone; C. Leonard; Wm. Noll; Caroline Voorhees; Susan Lewis; Hattie Payne. Jno. Cowman; J. Biglow; W. Lewis; S. Hodge; Geo. Morris; John Jackson; Martha Castor & Co.; Jno Jackson; Weston; Miranda White; E. Jackson; Jac. Duerr; Wm. Murphy; A. Murphy; J. Loucks; J. Foster; SETHTON P.O.; U.B. Brillharrt; John Jarvis; J. Loucks; Wm. Smith; J. Foster; A.P. Moore; G. North; F. Kleinlein; G. Belcher; Danl. Chambers; E. Jackson; D. Gardner; School; Emma Gardner; S. Ritter; W. McWilliams; A.E. Richard; G. McWilliams; S. McWilliams; Henry Feighner; Jas. Richard; H. Waddle; Geo. Linsey; Wm. Foster; H.T. Miller; F. Brader; School; Rufus Kershner; Wm. Shepherd; H.T. Miller; Orrin Upham; Jno. Hannah; Wm. Culy; Wm. Pendell; Jas. Naldrett; Wm. C. Naldrett; R. Frank; Alex Miller Note:

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Page  37 NEWARK TOWNSHIP REFER- ý^\ -- - ENCE8.S,^ ^, ^\ w J, HAMILTON, Physician and Surgeon. Res. Pom-...__^.S ^ S ^ SXSBSLY DA VII, Breeder and Dealer'in fine Horses. *'I-" -,. ^~ ^s~.S^ " ~"'' Owner of 11Top Gallant," sired by erome Eddy, 5^6- _ A?! ], ^ Jr., 99Billy D.,'$ sired by Grerls Champion, and ^^ B1 5|i~ i^^ A^ BS Y ^SES'a Bc;,,^,>* ^'i\-m - other fine champions. At Cointy Farm South of l~lft~ l^ ^ ~t^^'-/ T H-^. '" Sc alp, _17nches toth Ml i fts\ 'IL ___ FI RS 7 CO0R REC7 0ION ^ ____ LI P _ ^ T ^-------~ - ~ ^ ^ ';, ~ ~~~ ~~~'20-00y *.^..'^ '.-.'^'- *^.-. 8 * ^ jrc ' ' ' ^? eizr.^ps oP-I I f ^ ' - ^ e w rn '~b sl-ý^ ^ A r I ~ ~ i i i i " "^!.^ _,,,zikI XT No'4pon- sa-ca-Pa-i YO r^ - - Couimeb7 i RAsT t^ ^ ^ ' -'f-.I s & C =-_.z0 Iy^ W a7 y.^ ýD.> ___[-^ l ^ H ^ Ox ARAD 1 NiAK ^ ^ J ^ e. 3 ^ OR HS A.N W R,A C^ M R O | rr JS^uhs-60. ---------CJ-(j0dT<i~\ ^ /x ^ s64^ X^.za, ^. ^^ r ^ __ ea\^~ \^ r M i' " ARAD aS NEW RK _ rtRo -J-Abi______ LYw___d, a mA -40| - -__e E~ ^^(9 60 fTOro' o d -s < J ieed- "' * ~ ~ ~ 6 U..SOre TckencrefO Ui;ýA J." IFnwy 9D -d- I80- t o ZJoa onb~ |~~~~~~~ ~~~ d'yubad pog a, 1 40,^.,.,, ^.^ W ^ 7 s __ ^ ^ ^ - J; ~n% "^ T ^ ^ ':^ r. " r. ^ ^_ "[ Jt.c. c, ]/ j, ^~ p o~aJ ' ^^ / ^ ^ 1NO j~ ~~ S.itmei VoJX.. Da IIaJe S~a~br TEloc R^\~~ I C> T 6 N fulu 7w. ~so.Iw.Wist f 0 s.; 6B7.77e Tý1 ____ Te 0v _Bos -.4. st. Ia c^~r me CWW' '. ^0 /* 40 0 ' ---- * * i-'. -- - - T i ^ L,^ - - ^ - -- -,. - -.- 40^ _ - L - 80 80 14 -9,rjiti LFuz f-~ ^ - J^ ~SVag J<y^ mrl-^ % 7 CT'l,- ~ ~ ~ --w 0'r^ 7P ^ 41- T. -B. 80 W ^ ^ _ ^ l -^g _g^ ^-.^ ^~ ^ ^ ^ ) |r o u s e Y h o v -h e w i S 77 -1-i t ll-" * - " -'3 0" 1 1 P '^ Aciar 71 1140^ ^ -^T^ f^^^ rs 9 r9^e 40^ _10 I-'- N 5 r ^-- ^-----^-^ * S ~ ~ w- - \ '* ^ c, - y 1 7 w ^. T ^C ^o t:L V - f----- *-**- -- ^ ^-. -- - -- 1^(^rJ 80 ^._ 1. ^ ^^ -"^ ^ A ^j ^ to 1 80_^l^^ ^- ^^ -- - -- '' ------- _ --- ^ - _ie4 -^Wi^.^-Parker.. _Pr-er' )arwe dZ^ an Ja b^ Z ^ 6^ Sfy-jsZ yS - /.SO rnn.6 -^ ' tei ^E40-^ 40 40 40~,/~r^ K^ ^^ ^ ^1 Wy~^ ^ IWpeh io * * ^,^ 4.40^ 40 40^ t? ýn i0- ^-4 4^' *-~- e _1 C ^S7 9- -- - - ^-'^ -^ ~. -.^4 - 77^ " ^ ^ *-*^ -^ --- Title: NEWARK 10 N 3 W Keywords: POMPEII; NEWARK TWP.; NORTH STAR TWP.; FULTON TWP.; WASHINGTON TWP.; S. Hull; J.C. Barrus; Geo. Wideman; Dr. J. Hamilton; W.L. Phillips; A.R. Dodge; M.C. Phillips; J. Hamilton; J. Trasker; J.B. Smith; A. Cornell Store; T. Webber; Seaver Bros.; M. E. Ch.; Mrs. Leddick; M.T. Smith; A.H. Evins; S.W. Ambler; FIRST CORRECTION LINE; F.J. Cory; Geo Bassett; A. Hutchinson; N.C.; W.D. Scott; C.W. Marvin; J. Jeffery; Mrs. Cady; Wm. Cox; J. Jeffery; W.J. Gould; FRAC. DIST. No. 1 OF ITHACA; NORTH STAR, NEWARK, ARCADA & EMERSON; NEWARK & ARCADA DITCH; Nathan Church; John Scriven; Jeffery Est.; Dibble Est.; C.H. Goodspeed; Jerome Clemens; DISTRICT No. 7; Orman Armstrong; E. Ogden; G. Wilson; W.s. Daniels; J. Hicks; E. Evelsizer; J.W. Howd; M.E. Smith; John Hicks; W.B. Smith; J.S. Rogers; Wm. Nelson; Matthias Strouse; David Husted; J. Hubbard; A. Stout; Benj. Counselor; A. McFall; Albert Robinson; Wood Bros.; S. Kenyon; I. Smalley; Jones, Porter & Church; Sarah Paris; C. Young; J.D. Hicks; Jas. Hicks; John Scriven; H.M. Pratt; G. Parker; M.L. Brown; Eliza Brown; Jno. Van Arsdale; J. Lehner; FRAC. DIST. No. 4 OF ARCADA & NEWARK; John Baker; J.B. Parker; D. McClaren; E.P. Parker; J. Down; Mollie Hoover; Saml. Dintamen; D.M. Iutzi; S. Hile; Mary J. Parker; C.W. Howland; D.M. Iutzi; J. Iutzi; D.G. Iutzi; J. Snyder; E. Cole; F. Strouse; Thos. Parker; M.J. Parker; F. Altenburg; J. Wonderly; F. Butterfield; M. Snider; John S. Parker; F. Kellogg; E.W. Kellogg; Thos. Lewis; J.B. Smith; L.J. Fuller; Benj. Hibner; School; Wm. Wilson; W. Chapman; F. Altenburg; L. Lockwood; R.C. Wardrup; John Scriven; E.R. Mallett; : L. Wasson; I. Cline; N.B. Johnson; S. Hultz; Est. of J. Jeffery; W.H. McDonald; Thos. Wasson; R.J. Knowlton; Wm. Cox; K. Gibbs; Est. of John Jeffery; Z. Hoag; Res.; J. Davis; County Farm; W.H. Wheeler; J. Garver; Jac. Wiseman; Est. of Jno. Jeffery; G. Wheeler; J. Taylor; E. Thompson; G. Allen; J. Kinsel; W. Greenley; DISTRICT No. 2; Bad River; R. Ackerson; K. Gibbs; D. Hoard; R.M. Steel; Wm. Marquette; J.W. Wheeler; J.W. Mowser; School; E.J. Wheeler; J.W. Lepley; H. & D. Overture; Jos. Pierce; Edward Drayer; J. Kelley; F.S. Kelley; J. Vaughn; F. Munson; J. Gladstone; N.S. Inanbard; Edw. Drayer; Robt. Long; Jos. Kinsel; Henry Kinsel; School; I. Altenburg; H. Brown; Jos. Kinsel; Town Hall; J.L. Beechler; Wm. Jonhson; Olmstead Bros.; R. Read; H. Brown; B. Olmstead; J. Smith; C.A. Smith; W.J.R. Smith; R. Paddock; A. Strouse; Jas. Quick; Jas. Larkin; E.W. Kellogg; E. Johnson; A. Maurer; B. Johnson; F. Kellogg; DISTRICT. No. 5; E.W. Kellogg; Est. of Jno. Jeffery; School; M. Snider; D. Howland; Isaac Altenburg; O.C. Bates; R. Woads; Jno. Stacey; Jac. Eyer; E.P. Parker; J. Parker; Allen Daniels; S. Beck; C.W. Howland; Geo. Cross; NEWARK P.O.; Store; FC. DIST. No. 1 OF NEWARK & NEW HAVEN; Geo Cross; L. Woods; Mary Woods; Chas. woods; Bert. Wood; L.J. Buss; A.D. Perkins; Jas. Foster; Jos. Eicher; Chas. Woods; Emery Dean; F. Boyer; River Styx; S. Howland; John Beck; Est. of Christ Beck; F. Carter; Jac. Iutzi; Frank Boyer; T. Crofford; John Martin; Frank Eicher; Geo Minaker; D.S. Gable; Jac. Eicher; DISTRICT No. 3; Salt Creek; Pine Creek; F. Boyer; John Beck; S. Howland; River Styx; Est. of Christ. Beck; F. Carter; Jac. Iutzi; T. Crofford; Frank Boyer; Frank Eicher; John Martin; Geo Minaker; D.S. Gable; Jac. Eicher; J.L. Beechler; Jno. Beechler; Mrs. Putnam; D.S. Gable; O.F. Jonhson; F.S. Kelley; R. Walker; Mt. Hope Cem.; Aug. Munson; C. Rummel; H.P. Sage; B. Tillotson; L. Munson; E.R. Munson; Dav. Johnson; Jept. Earl; Thos. Cunningham Est.; Fredk. Strouse; John Mikesell; H. Bartshe; D.J. Mouser; Jos. Greer; W.H. Wheeler; A.S. Loomis; J.M. McKee; S. Gunningham; R.C. Lake; W.S. Tracy; Est. of John Jeffery; Jno. Mulholland; Jac. Lemley; I.N. Cowdry; G. Holmes; T.F. Pressley; J.H. Jessup; W. Tyrell; R.T. Barrus; P. Taylor; E. Taylor; S. Sprinfelt; D. Strouse; D.B. Hawkins; P. Fritz; Henry Sage; FRAC. DISTRICT. No. 1 OF NEWARK & FULTON; J.G. Kinney; H.J. Fell; J.G. Kinney; I.L. Munson; C. Mott; A. Loomis; Jac. Martin; Samuel Martyn; C.W. Kinney Wm. Rudd; H. Kinney; D. Jonhson; Geo Crooks; Henry Otto; C. Leppley; Jos. Diller; S. Munson; Wm. Strouse; J. Ebright; N. Greer; Jas. A. Greer; Eliza Ellsworth; D.M. Iutzi; F. Peters; Henry Wiseman; Mary Dukes; U.B. Ch.; S. Downs; A. Hornbeck; H. Cooley; W. Jewett; Jos. Eicher; P. Brown; Jac. Ebright; Beck Bros.; Mary E. Nash; C. Shunk; T. Daniels; R.E. Case; DISTRICT No. 6; H. Wood; E.G. Bement; Myron Wood; H.J. Bentley; A. Roberts; O. Bentley; B. Dingman; School; Sarah E. Shaffer; Henry Wood; J. Husted; C. Naldrett; Geo. Naldrett; Chas. Naldrett; Edw. Naldrett; Cem.; W.J. Naldrett; A. Willert; C. Shinline; E. Shinline; B. Ellsworth; Z. Allen; R.E. Case; Geo. McKinney; John Wright; Jas. Lawrence; J.H. Orcutt; F. Lawrence; Geo. Carter; J.L. Richards; G.P. Allen; Jas. Lawrence; Elizxa Heath; J.H. Orcutt; Chris. Misenhelder; E. Orcutt; F. Orcutt; J. Richard; Geo. Martin; A.J. Allen; School; E. Elsworth; W.W. Jackson; J.M. Walker; Wm. Leppley; Est. of Saml. Leppley; Wm. Tracey; Wm. Spurgeon; Jos. Strouse; J. McPherson; M.B. Thumb; Frank Thumb; C.E. Deline; A. Overmire; E.H. Stowe; F. Cowdry; F. Sequard; School; Cem.; Philip Fritz; Bear Creek; D.C. Johnson; M. Phillips; I. Hatfield; M. Snyder; A.J. Hatfield; D.f. Hawkins; D.K. Shelley; POMPEII; Res.; J.C. Barrus; A. Loomis; S. Hull; Geo. Wideman; Dr. J. Hamilton; DISTRICT No. 4; Note: NEWARK TOWNSHIP REFERENCES.; J. HAMILTON, Physician and Surgeon. Res. Pompeii, Sec. 36.; JERRY DAVIS, Breeder and Dealer in fine Horses. Owner of "Top Gallant," sired by Jerome Eddy, Jr., "Billy D.," sired by Grer's Champion, and other fine champions. At County Farm South of Ithaca.

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Page  39 itOFFICIAL DIRECTORY GRATIOT COUNTY. UlENRY HART6 Circuit Judge. P. 0., Midland. E0. B. GREEN, State Senator. P. 0., Alma. 13. L. WOOD, Representative. P. 0., St. Louis.? P D. PETTIT, Sheriff. P. 0., Ithaca. J. LEE POTTS, Judge of Probate. P. 0., Ithaca. C. W. MARTIN, Register of Deeds. P. 0., Ithaca. IM. R. SALTER,-County Clerk. P. 0., Ithaca. WILLIAM BRICE, Treasurer. P. 0., Ithaca. IWM. M. BARS TOW, Dep. County Treasurer. P. O., Ithaca. 3B. N. SAWYER, Prosecuting Attorney. P. 0., Ithaca. JOHN M. EVERDEN) i. CutCmisoes GEORGE P. REEVES:t~ odCmisoes P. 0., Ithaca. D. W. ALTENBURG, Co. Surveyor. P. 0., Ithaca. JOHN HAMILTON, Coroner. P. 0., Ithaca. "I C 11T.1It ""- redk.-i 40 Jo 7 -SJ-i7L 40 Jcffcr 2 n r. m^ Jr (7rnrc^h..70 /^ Wimntonm 1Thfcryrj 12st. 40 - 160 7^ EJ. h LW -aZe 4 Inches lo the -AilZ r r \ Fl RSTT CORRECTIfN LINEV ^7Qeylj a Awl SmTfr 40 40. lht 4f0 Ferter *U '^-er-ft3asrA~tIr i\\____ _____________ j_____2_ nleerter.AJWStcrens 7(3 J~tff Cool Mrs ltlcwrs 48~~jei I V. 1T3 AW-,T. 11 N, K. 2 MW.. X ITHACA OFFICIALS, 18894 0. H. HEATH, President JAMES P. GIBBS, Clerk. A. I. EWEN, Treasurer. W. R. WIGHT, Assessor. ROBERT SMITH, CHARLES E. WEBSTER, Trustees. JOHN C. SHAW, * N. G. SUTLIFF, Street Commissioner. tTHACA BUSINESS REFERENCES. ATTORNEYS. WILLIAM E. WINTON, Lawyer. Office, second door south of First National Bank. I. H. WINTON, Attorney-at-Law and Solicitor in Chancery, Notary Public. H. & E. L' WALBRIDGE'S LAW OFFICE. Over ist National Banc. Wilbur Collection Agency. JOHN M. EVERDEN, Attlorney-at-Law and Justice of the Peace. Jeffrqy Block, over 1st Nat. Bank. GILES T. BROWN, Attorney-at-Law, Justice of the Peace, Collection and Insurance Agent, Also Secretary of Board of School Examiners. Over Church, Bills & Co.'s Bank. BYRON H. SAWYER, Attorney-at-Law and Prosecuting Attorney. GEORGE P. STONE9 Attorney and Solicitor. ASHLEY & HEVERLO [Edwin H. Ashley, S. B. Heverlo]. Law, Loan, Real Estate, Collection and Insurance Agency. Over First National Bank. J. LEE POTTS, Attorney-at-Law and Judge of Probate. W. A. LEET, Lawyer. WILLIAM L PHILLIPS, Attorney-at-Law and Justice of the Peace. JOHN SRODES, Law, Loan, Real -state and Collection Agent. BANKS. CHURCH, BILLS & CO. [N. Church, 0. P. Bills, Wilbur Nelson, W. B. Scattergood, M. H. Church, C. Bills.] A general Banking Business transacted. Special Attention given to Collections. Correspondents of Ninth National Bank, New York, and Detroit National Bank, Detroit. W. B. Scattergood, Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Ithaca, lich. Capital, $50,ooo. R. M. Steel, President; C. E. Webster, Vice-President; M. F. Chafey, Cashier. Collections made- and promptly remitted at current rates of exchange. REAL ESTATE. N. CHURCH'S LAND, LOAN, ABSTRACT AND COLLECTION AGENCY. Have complete Abstract of Title to all Lands in Gratiot County. Money to loan on First Mortgages on Improved Farms. Good Mortgages bought. Lands for sale. Over Church, Bills & Co.'s Bank. POTTS & MARTIN. J. Lee Potts, Attorney-atLaw; C. W. Martin, Abstractor. Real Estate Sbought and sold. Money to loan. Deeds, Mortr gages andl all Legal Papers drawn on Short Notice. | Mortgage Foreclosures and Chancery Practice a SSpecialty. Office over New York Store. C. & M. H. WATERBUR'Y, Successors to S. W. SAmbler & Co. Agents for Loaning Money, and a I; General Land Business transacted. Deeds, MortSgages and Abstracts of Titles made and executed. H Selling Lands a Specialty. Office, Steel & WebI ster Block. (IR. 3. FRASER, Dealer in Real Estate. Money to ~| Loan. Special Rates on Small Amounts. Also SLand Surveyor. Town Plats and Additions a Specialty. MERCHANTS. THE NELSON BARBER CO,, Directors, Wilbur Nelson, A. S. Barber, D. S. Parker, J. L. Sinc elair. Dealers in Dry Goods and Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Fine Carpets, Boots, Shoes, Groceries and Crockery. General Grain Merchants. P. L. T. HASSE, Leading Clothier and Merchant Tailor. A Complete Stock of Clothing and Furnishing Goods. Call and see me when in need of anything in my line. I can suit you in goods and prices. |P. W. SCOTT, Dealer in Boots and Shoes. Fine Goods a Specialty. PARISH & SCOTT, Dealers in Groceries, Butter, Eggs, etc. A. B. SCATTERGOOD, the Pioneer Jeweler. Dealer in Watches and Jewelry, Diamonds, Silverware, Plated Goods, etc. Watch Repairing a Specialty. CHAS. T. ROGERS, Leading Furniture Dealer and Undertaker. A General Job Shop in Con. nection. JACKSON & BROWN, Dealers in Genieral Hardware, etc. Sc - S_ * Ui-. * * U U * * s u.U U'* 79 k2 1:mO F.9.7 jot 00 22 -cci 119. zL. Th-m jvusmi rki \ 7to A-160 bder ig, _ox________________ 9sor. " J* - fc Tbor 0.91! ibirerdeert 121st. \^}5- --- - V1- UUI' N- t|g *~m -- --L? ^i -^^y^t 39 z 0 U) co U Li 'V- xia~ IF I - 1-- 0! ý --_ i: M: -- t U I * Nul "U lE c i. 1 SIR 'm Elll Mims I I raps I Fs * ~ * rii * ma "U. -1 t-m 0 *m iz 0 ~ * U U U Usat al.5 if 4 Es to a 0 L I 6mmmiJ 10 lim HIM I I Mý I- ]1--- -1 - -ij- I I 1 -.. 2, 21Y.01 MANUFACTURERS. ITHACA ROLLER MILLS. J. H. Seaver, Proprietor. Four Grades: Patent, Straight, Bakers9, Low Grades. Mills and Elevator near D. L. and N. Depot. C. W. ALTHOUSE & CO., Manufacturers of Staves and Headings. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. G. W. STAMBAUGH, Dealer in Engines, Threshers, Agricultural Implements, Feed Mills, Oils and Belting, Binding Twine, etc. Agent for the Genuine Corliss Harvesting Machinery Oil. JAMES MOORE, Leading Dealer in Agricultural Implements, Sewing Machines and Binding Twine, Buggies, Wagons, Wheelbarrows, Feed Cutters, Feed Mills, Plows, Horse Rakes, Drags, Cultivators, Land Rollers, Pumps, Threshing Machines, Mowers, Reapers, Clover Hullers, Small Garden Tools, etc. SEWING MACHINES. S. H. HOUGH, Agent for the- Singer Sewing Machine. HOTELS. RETAN HOUSE. D. T. Covert, Proprietor. Feed Barn in Connection. NEWSPAPERS. GRATIOT JOURNAL. The 7ournal is the Pioneer and the Official Paper of the County. Job Work of every Description. Robert Smith, Editor and Proprietor. THE HERALD. W. D. Tucker, Editor and Proprietor. Job Printing of all Kinds. LIVERY STABLES. WHITMAN, SEJAR & CO., Proprietors of the Brick Livery and Feed Stables. First-class Rigs at Short Notice. J. R. SOWERSBY, Proprietor of Livery Stables on Pine River Street. Fine Rigs furnished Commercial Men and Best of Satisfaction guaranteed. INSURANCE. A. E. BARSTOW'S ITHACA INSURANCE AGENCY. Parties wishing First-class Insurance against Fire, Lightning and Tornadoes at Lower Rates than ever will do well to call. Represents Twelve of the Leading Insurance Companies of the Day and World, among them the Old Hartford, Old Phcenix of Hartford, Commercial Union, American, Ohio Farmers', Farmers' Mutual of Clinton and Gratiot;I also New York Mutual Life,-the Largest Company in the World. Parties notifying me by Mail will have their Wants promptly attended to, as I prefer to inspect all my risks as far as possible. A. E. BARSTOW, Jeffrey Block. PHYSICIAN. JAMES P. CARPENTER, M.D. NISCELLANEOUS& FS 12. KNfIELiAND, A~ent Toledo, Ann Arbor & lorthera Michigan Railroad. flh BARNES. 3S.. <ESET, Farmer. JOHN E. LtONG, Presbyterian Minister. N. W. KELLiOGGS, Farmer. MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY. JONES & PORTER,^Operators in Real Estate, No. roo Washington Ave., Lansing, Mich. j 5./V tebe ~ trpt ' -'S 10a '0; N'00 57I [a4 /#j I r it -.o 9 js O zzz - - -' -..L..4%f _ - U-'~7-,sb. \C^ ' - I v;j' 40 900G 9 ltlutmau Je Yekrr \ l -E t, - A A W T...3 W. * Now U8 U -1-.-1 ihcLjTururw U~wjTnneci 3.9,6% 80 3.54 -4---.--- -o -I I 0 10 St. 70. 7-f,iýb&uthe7* a t-La-f~-cU % * 'V - 1113 WHO^ 66 0 IF L Ar, a v ol II.. Jo J- f iffi. JIt. ra - 5 - si (0 -orerzo ^1 ddf.yz Co^ afij st. Syuire 40,-85- 40 9. -1- -- -i- 3 NT X.R T.H TA I }j N LW ARK r SICKEIL S T1 W P. Scale, gojjas 1per-Tiw H A M 1 LT 0 N 91. JV0 g it 20 ac. S. 74779 itt 9 ' I- a J1 l Ir: (9 _ _ -011 'I Gri 8. I.,~ P/ourtmiTy_^^ 7V?1 Siclsels ITT__SAcr. 7 76 7 -Il.1.18c Z ii~i.9c/ei al -J --- W LLA. 1_ W t.LL A M 5" 7z 6 77 16 9 ZPJII 7 2. u76 Eu 76. 1 * I P "1(f) -- -*.j H-J-.-o UJ -i _ ----~-.r <^ o o d ft a y i - S677~i. t - tZ7 < TO. FV A2-10 i S T. SICKELS BUSINESS REFERENCES. TflJ. Sic/re. e SICKELS BROS, (D. K. Sickels, Wm. Sickels), Farmers and Breeders of Registered and Grade Durham Cattle. Stock for sale. Sickels P. 0, olý low, mm" IBM *&:* S i J Title: ITHACA; SICKLES 11 N 3, 2 W Keywords: ITHACA; D. L. & N. R.R.; T.A.A. & N.M. R.R.; NEWARK; NORTH STAR; ITHACA; FIRST CORRECTION LINE; EMERSON; D.A. Van Buskirk; O.M. Everdeen; John F. Shaw; A.M. Shaw; J.C. Shaw; Depot; N. Church; O.M. Everdeen; E. Hunt; Eliz Smith; Wm. H. Cook; A.M. Stevens; C.M. Lewis; H.B. Wells; G. Chappell; S.W. Ambler; J.H. Markman; Nelson & Barber; Benham Est.; Mrs. Ogden; Jeffery Est.; Union School; Fredk. Kelley; Jno. Kinkerter; Cider & Saw Mill; Henry Kinkerter; N. Church; Ransom Allen; Wm. E. Winton; E. McCall; Cem.; Wm. E. Winton; Jeffery Est.; ARCADA; Stave & Heading Manf.; C.W. Althouse & Co.; Fred Kinkerter; J.P. Whitman; W.H. Cox; Dr. W.D. Scott; E. Mc. Call; Depot; S.W. Ambler; Court House; Jail; Creamery; Driving Park; GRATIOT CO. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY; F. Brown; F. Waters; W. Sells; Wm. Sell; R. Reed; S.W. Ambler; F.L. Wood; E.N. Hiffner; W. Atkinson; Wagoner Est.; Hannah Gwinner; C.M. Eaton; D. Reichard; A.L. Sutherland; R.J. Fraker; J.M. McKee; Lorenzo Squire; A.P. Cook Co.; D. Reichard; H.D. Elliott; C.J. Theomen; Nelson; G. Miller; SICKELS; HAMILTON TWP.; M. Wight; S. Wight; Chas. Lincoln; Wm. Sickles; S.S. Mill; Geo P. Stone Agent; MAPLE ST.; WIGHT ST.; Res.; Mason Wight; Ream's Hotel; Public Schools; M E Ch.; ITHACA ST.; Planing Mill; Wagon Sh.; WALNUT ST.; PARK ST.; ANN ST.; LAFAYETTE ST.; WILLIAM ST.; J. Goodhall; Wm. Sickels; Grist & Flouring Mill; Wm. Sickels; Res.; D.K. Sickels; Note: OFFICIAL DIRECTORY GRATIOT COUNTY; HENRY HART, Circuit Judge. P.O., Midland.; E.B. Green, State Senator. P.O., Alma.; H.L. WOOD, Representative. P.O., St. Louis,; P.D. PETTIT, Sheriff. P.O., Ithaca.; J.LEE POTTS, Judge of Probate. P.O., Ithaca.; C.W. MARTIN, Register of Deeds. P.O., Ithaca; M.R. SALTER, County Clerk. P.O., Ithaca.; WILLIAM BRICe, Treasurer. P.O., Ithaca.; WM.M. Barstow, Dep. County Treasurer. P.O., Ithaca. B.N. SAWYER, Prosecuting Attorney. P.O., Ithaca.; JOHN M. EVERDEN, GEORGE D. REEVES, Cir. Court Commissioners, P.O., Ithaca.; D.W. ALTENBURG, Co. Surveyor. P.O., Ithaca.; JOHN HAMILTON, Coroner. P.O., Ithaca.; ITHACA OFFICIALS, 1889.; O.H. HEATH, President.; JAMES P. GIBBS, Clerk.; A.I. EWEN, Treasurer; W.r. WIGHT, Assessor.; ROBERT SMITH, CHARLES E. WEBSTER, JOHN C. SHAW. Trustees.; N.G. SUTLIFF, Street Commissioner.; ITHACA BUSINESS REFERENCES.; ATTORNEYS.; WILLIAM E. WINTON, Lawyer. Office, second door south of First National Bank.; I.H. Winton, Attorney-at-Law and Solicitor in Chancery, Notary Public.; H. & E. L. WALBRIDGE'S LAW OFFICE. Over 1st National Bank. Wilbur Colleciton Agency.; JOHN M. EVERDEN, Attorney-at-Law, Justice of the Peace, Collection and Insurance Agent. Also Secretary of Board of School Examiners. Over Church, Bills & Co.'s Bank.; BYRON H. SAWYER, Attorney-at-Law and Prosecuting Attorney.; GOERGE P. STONE, Attorney and Solicitor.; ASHLEY & HEVERLO [Edwin H. Ashely, S.B. Heverlo]. Law, Loan, Real Estate, Collection and Insurance Agency. Over First National Bank.; J. LEE POTTS, Attorney-at-Law and Judge of Probate.; W.A. LEET, Lawyer.; WILLIAM L. PHILLIPS, Attorney-at-Law and Justice of the Peace.; JOHN SRODEs, Law, Loan, Real Estate and Collection Agent.; BANKS.; CHURCH, BILLS & CO.; [N. Church, O.P. Bills, Wilbur Nelson, W.B. Scattergood, M.H. Church, C. Bills.] A general Banking Business transacted. Special Attention given to Collections. Correspondents of Ninth National Bank, New York, and Detroit National Bank, Detroit. W.B. Scattergood, Cashier.; FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Ithaca, Mich. Capital, $50,000. R.M. Steel, President; C.E. Webster, Vice-President; M.F. Chafey, Cashier. Collections made and promptly remitted at current rates of exchange.; REAL ESTATE. N. CHURCH'S LAND, LOAN, ABSTRACT AND COLLECTION AGENCY. Have complete Abstract of Title to all Lands in Gratiot County. Money to loan on First Mortgages on Improved Farms. Good Mortgages bought. Lands for sale. Over Church, Bills & Co.'s Bank.; POTTS & MARTIN. J. Lee Potts, Attorney-at-Law; C.W. Martin, Abstractor. Real Estate bought and sold. Money to loan. Deeds, Mortages and all Legal Papers drawn on Short Notice. Mortgage Foreclosures and Chancery Practice a Specialty. Office over New York Store.; C. & M.H. WATERBURY, Sucessors to S.W. Ambler & Co. Agents for Loaning Money, and a General Land Business transacted. Deeds, Mortgages and Abstracts of Titles made and executed. Selling Lands a Specialty. Office, Steel & Webster Block.; R.J. FRAKER, Dealer in Real Estate. Money to Loan. Special Rates on Small Amounts. Also Land Surveyor. Town Plats and Additions a Specialty.; MERCHANTS.; THE NELSON BARBER CO, Directors, Wilbur Nelson, A.S. Barber, D.S. Parker, J.L. Sinclair. Dealers in Dry Goods and Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Fine Carpets, Boots, Shoes, Groceries and Crockery. General Grain Merchants.; F.L.T. HASSE, Leading Clothier and Merchan ttailor. A Complete Stock of Clothing and Furnishing Goods. Call and see me when in need of anything in my line. I can suit you in goods and prices.; F.M. SCOTT., Dealer in Boots and Shoes. Fine Goods a Specialty.; FARISH & SCOTT, Dealers in Groceries, Butter, Eggs, etc.; A.B. SCATTERGOOD, the Pioneer Jeweler. Dealer in Watches and Jewelry, Diamonds, Silverware, Plated Goods, etc. Watch Repairing a Specialty.; CHAS T. ROGERS, Leading Furniture Dealer and Undertaker. A General Job Shop in Connection. JACKSON & BROWN, Dealers in General Hardware, etc.; MANUFACTURERS.; ITHACA ROLLER MILLS. J.H. Seaver, Proprietor. Four Grades: Patent, Straight, Bakers', Low Grades. Mills and Elevator near D.L. and N. Depot.; C.W. ALTHOUSE & CO., Manufaturers of Staves and Headings.; AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY.; G.W. STAMBAUGH, Dealer in Engines, Thresers, Agricultural Implements, Feed Mills, Oils and Belting, Binding Twine, etc. Agent for the Genuine Corliss Harvesting Machinery Oil.; JAMES MOORES, Leading Dealer in Agricultural Implements, Sewing Machines an dBinding Twine, Buggies, Wagons, Wheelbarrows, Feed Cutters, Feed Mills, Plows, Horse Rakes, Drags, Cultivators, Land Rollers, Pumps, Threshing Machines, Mowers, reapers, Clover Hullers, Small Garden Tools, etc.; SEWING MACHINES. S.H. HOUGH, Agent for the Singer Sewing Machines.; HOTELS.; RETAN HOUSE. D.T. Covert, Proprietor. Feed Barn in Connection.; NEWSPAPERS.; GRATIOT JOURNAL. The Journal is the Pioneer and Official Paper of the County. Job Work of every Description. Robert Smith, Editor and Proprietor.; THE HERALD. W.D. Tucker, Editor and Proprietor. Job Printing of all Kinds.; LIVERY STABLES. WHITMAN, SEJAR & CO., Proprietors of the Birck Livery and Feed Stables. First class Rigs at Short Notice.; J.R. SOWERSBY, Proprietor of Livery Stables on Pine River Street. Fine Rigs furnished Commercial Men and Best of Satisfaction guaranteed.; INSURANCE.; INSURANCe.; A.H. BARSTOW'S ITHACA INSURANCE AGENCY. Parties wishing First-class Insurance against Fire, Lightning and Toranadoes at Lower Rates thatn ever will do well to call. Represents Twelve of the Leading Insurance Companies of the Day and World, among them the Old Hartford, Old Phoenix of Hartford, Commercial Union, American, Ohio Farmers', Farmers' Mutual of Clinton and Gratiot; also New York Mutual life,-- the Largest Company in the World.; Parties notifying me by Mail will have their Wants promptly attended to, as I prefer to inspect all my risks as far as possible. A.E. BARSTOW, Jeffrey Block.; PHYSICIAN; JAMES P. CARPENTER, M.D.; MISCELLANEOUS.; P.H. KNEELAND, Agent Toledo, Ann Arbor & Northern Michigan Railroad.; T.S. BARNES.; K.P. PEET, Farmer.; JOHN E. LONG, Presbyterian Minister.; E.W. KELLOG, Farmer.; MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY.; JONES & PORTER, Operators in Real Estate, No. 100 Washington Ave., Lansing, Mich.; SICKELS BUSINESS REFERENCSE.; SICKELS BROS, (D.K. Sickels, Wm. Sickels), Farmers and Breeders of Registered and Grade Durham Cattle. Stock for Sale. Sickels P.O.;

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Page  42-43 I 42,........... -T, ýB-roo-ke-l a,, a, 2 a-,I TPI -T. S. P3a-P7ZeS Wes Siz&e,-p Yr ak- or 11 Jes t i 'A.1 - -T, w. 2 -Wý -a s I 40a, CEMETERY 15 El t 0 20 ct/ -W T. -T Av a -P M A. RCA DA 2, 7elp 4 -6 P.R 0 S PEC T 21 Wrs, Criss Pr ic e/ YAW L 014 73:1 Fv s Týý 7w, MIS 7 S T. ISOTV 9 Cý lwes M& Pi or Ct-/ S E A V E R N-SCHOOL. ST. 10 cn -U-rll il 0 a/ 0 0. 0 0. 4wOWdl!,7V X,, S.SCHOOL S T. c. X-ink:,ý,z 10 2 il Q-9 5 j 6. um 12 13 113 I -7VWsorz1 si 4 J) R C.A OA 9a IS4 - ME -Est 7 9 ý12 Ila P-1 -ci 17ýL P-4 yop- s or Ress Er6 rthaca/ NO RTH-, 0 lowles cr) 10 WINTON T.sT.7 IA ý6. E., lot 3a,-rb.e,-r ST8 9 110..................... I A,6-CScale 300 feet to an -liw.hl 10 al............ Pýq T.. c S h, Stoe, 13 11 10 8 7 6 5ý 4 --.4 6-.0 < 110 7 8. 9 10 11 YZ -Thpo 9 C H U R C H S T" 4019 8 51 4 3 5 "SSW 43 --r-- CT. CD z C co 10 MI Ara GiRi7zqhmwz, S --B. GM7-&e-1 S T. U) LLI Z: z Isis ýL. LLI LLI < C-1 77;7. Al 1-ý, Cl) C/3 w IT, Cl-. ýSha4 I Al I ha D --A Sh LLI la/ e- -r YC.7W-" 7, -usa--& Co 0 Stcuv --He-ac&n A Graý 10 al orf-ieev Seare-P es 3 Cowr t -ff( N EWA -R K 0% 02 1-14 14 -2 th 3JL A, ýo - _- CO. -X 61 as -7b -Wa i4MZ/ 27 ag S 0 U T H EM 14- 1_3 -q.15 L lag, lioý( Co P"Cpcs,:" C R 0 co mraL Socied O"Se-1 L 4-;m& V5 -Yel S!on/ s B y Tc1ratiolio, nab, ro 7ChIMWJ aý Ugly 10 'I tip. Li 3 2F -S -T ff Ct 771 7T a, hl -147.7 ý;721 7ZI 9 -p Noe 39 6ý? al. 39. 54 w Title: ITHACA Keywords: Wm. E. Winton; P.R. Phillips; F. Kinkerter; L. Brooke; Sarah Van Vrankin; Brooke; J. Guiwits; Res; R.J. Fraker; Miss Nettie Comstock; W.B.S.; S. Highbeck; M.J. Drake; J. Rupp; R.J. Fraker; M.R. Salter; A.H. Lincoln; J.A. Des Ermia; S. Kinkerton; T.S. Barnes; R. Pettil; L.M. Crawford; G. Todd; PHILLIPS ADD.; Mrs. Criss; C.A. Price; Swope; A.L. Ward; J.A. Des Ermia; N.B. Fraker; ARCADA ST.; PROSPECT ST.; CEMETERY; D.L & N. R.R. ITHACA DIVISON; E. McCall; Wm. E. Winton; FOREST ST.; SPRING ST.; ELM ST.; MAPLE ST.; W. Nelson; Res; N. Church; Res of K.P. Peet; Res; R. Smith; J.M. Evenden; E.H. Ashley; W.B. Scattergood; W.E. Winton; G.P. Stone; F.M. Scott; J.M. Evenden; W. Thompson ButterTub Manf.; Office; Hotel Barn; T.S. Barnes; G.A.R. Hall; N. Church; Water Works; Cong. Ch; M.F. Chafey; S.H. Hough; A.B. Scattergood; Commercial House; Retan & Covent; Retan House; BARBER ST.; Nelson & Barber; Benham Est.; CHURCH ADD.; ORIGINAL; UPPER ITHACA; BARNE'S ADD.; WILLIAM'S ADD.; John F. Shaw; A.M. Shaw; T.A.A. & N.M. R.R.; J.C. Shaw; N. Church; Freight Ho.; Stock Yard; Elevator; Depot; NELSON ST.; EDGAR ST.; WASHINTON AVE; EAST ST.; J.C. Shaw; J. Kanouse; CATHARINE ST.; ELM ST.; NELSON ST.; EDGAR ST.; UNION ST.; CHURCH ST; NORTH ST.; EMERSON ST.; ITHACA ST.; WINTON ST.; N. SCHOOL ST.; SEAVER ST.; W. SCHOOL ST.; E. SCHOOL ST.; S. SCHOOL ST.; CENTER ST.; RIBER ST.; NORTHEAST ITHACA; M.G. Pratt; D.A. Shaw; G. Stivers; M. Shaw; J.P. Hunter; E.M. Harrod; Band Stand; Nelson & Barber; Benham Est; JEFFERY'S ADD.; Mrs. Ogden; Jeffery Est.; Bowen; Mrs. Cadwell; C. Kinkerter; Res; John Srodes; H. Kinkerter; F.M. Keyes; F.L.T. Hasse; J.W. Howd; Res of T.S. Barnes; A. S. Barber; S.W. Ambler; Foundry & Machine Sh.; G.A.R. Hall; W.D. Tucker Gratiot Co.; Herald Off.; Office; S.J. Theonen; Ithaca Furniture Manuf. & Planing Mill; G. Bancroft; Steam Saw Mill; Jeffery Est.; S.W. Ambler; C.L. Barber; Stock Yd; C.W. Althouse & Co.; Stave & Heading Manfy; Office; Gratiot Co. Agricultural Society; JEFFERY'S ADD.; J.H. Seaver; Bapt Ch; Old Bapt. Ch; JEFFERY'S ADD No. 2; Elevator; Depot; Ware House; Ithaca Flouring Mills; J.H. Seaver & Co.; Harris & Co; Ithaca Creamery; CENTER ST.; PINE ST.; MAIN ST.; SOUTH ST.; PROPOSED CROSBY ST.; J.R. Sowerby; Livery Stable; K.P. Peet; J.P.W.; Whitman Blk Livery; Bank Church Bills; 1st Natl. Bank; Engine H.; Court House; G.W. Stambaugh; E.L. Walbridge; N & B; J.L. Potts; Court House; Jail; Presby Ch; S.B. Heverlo; E.W Kellogg; Nelson; JEFFERSON ST.; St. JOHN ST.; Gratiot Journal Office; Robert Smith; J.H. Winton; Advent Ch; Wm. L. Phillips; A.H. Johnson; J. Gillingham; W.R. Wight; C.W. Pierce; S.B. Pritchard; E.A. Gartee; L.E. Hunt; B.B. Cook; A.L. Sutherland; A.E. Barstow; W.M. Barstow; Swift; N & B; Chalker; M.E. Stargis; R.J. Fraker; A. McManus; Cook; GWINNER ST.; GWINNERS ADD.; Edgar; Mrs. Nelson; Dr. Jas Carpenter; Hannah Gwinner; D. Reichard; Note:

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TN0.31.RT S IR A..,.. l 4 W S IN T ~ i,.36 19 " "II IF Ll Title: NORTH STAR 10 N 2 W Keywords: G.W. Biddinger; N. Coleman; D. Bowser; Ben Peters; Mich. Cain; O.M. Fairbanks; M. Bardole; Eliz. Sower; Elias Sower Est.; Wm. Andre; D. Bell; Cath. Cook; Wm. Blaine; J. Shellhamer; DISTRICT No. 6; School; Z. Chalker; B.M. Earl; C. Whitney; Geo. Ward; Cem; H. Brady; E. Brady; A.Brady; C. McDaid; L. Kinney; H. Blaine; G. Ward; M.B. Shaull; J. Shaul; W.M. Sexton; C. Webster; S. Srodes; D. Diller; Bapt. Ch.; E.C. Baker; E. Webster; F. Perkins; F. Stahl; C. Stahl; Eli. Stahl; Ger.; J. Sherk; J.C. Plank; Tcho. Ryckman; C. Boyd; FRAC. DIST. No. 9; EMERSON & NORTH STAR; L.E. Welch; Moses Welch; C.M. Easterly; H. Bovee; E.A. Goodhand; Jas. Van Slyke; B.H. Sawyer; G.W. Jackson; Bromby; Jac. Kesling; Margaret Kesling; J. Vance; C.M. Brown; H.F. Jenner; S.W. Ambler; J. Harrot; J. Humphrey; A. Humphrey; J. Fuller; B. Norris; G.T. Brown; FRAC. DIST. No. 1 of ITHACA NORTH STAR NEWARK ARCADA & EMERSON; J.W. Cutter; W.W. Knickerboker; Louisa Seaver; Hannah Gwinner; T.S. Barnes; R.D. Maxwell; A. Srodes; D. Parsons; L. Seger; Jac. Kashsnider; M. Crawford; Mrs. Price; J. Hopkins; J. Hessong; R.L. Ferguson; R.L. Ellsworth; M.L. Bovee; Thos. Vance; I. Deline; Wm. Deline; DISTRICT No. 5; O. Perry; M. Bovee; J.F. Millenger; S. Thompson; J.L. Crabtree; School; Jos. Haas; J.D. Nelson; A. Steves; L.C. Clark; Jac. Millinge;r B. Millinger; W.w. Knickerbocker; J. Heffner; W.J. Marshall; E.A. Chase; R. Chase; H. Pattengill; Caroline Holmes; And. Williams; J.B. Zarbaugh; A.A. Moye; A. Smith; Jas. Turner; Mary L. Homister; Cath. Sipe; G. Hawkins; C. Brandal; A.L. Ward; Emma Chase; Rhoda Carter; Jas. Mouser; Beaver Dam Creek; E.A. Walter; J.M. Luther; E.P. Reed; G. Hawkns; Milo White; J.D. Bottom; N. Fass; A.L. Kerr; DITCH; W. Peacemaker; Ezra Jacoly; J. Faulds; Lafayetta Sweatland; F. Turner; M. Cain; C.D. Hoadley; Richd. Moore; W. Spicer; H. Goodwin; Isaac. Cook; Edwd. Taber; M. Belding; E. Pritchard; A. Hazleton; Mary J. Ringle; A. Cassada; J. Cassada; Henry Rose; Bad River; C.H. Homister; S.L. Little; Clara Lifle; Henry Hull; D. Cowdrey; Margt. Gwinner; V. Mapes; W. Curtis; L.J. Dean; L.F. Nelson; Jac. Bush; A. Bingle; Ralph Little; T.D. Ackles; C.N. Hoffinan; H. Zoss; T. Srodes; H. Haffman; P. Heck; Sarah Martin; School; C.E. McBride; Fred. Turner; Wm. Polhamus; P. Coss; T. A.A. & N.M. R.R.; A. Shaul; G. Turner; Sarah Hornbeck; School; Mary E. Wilkinson; T.D. Ackles; Wm. Kleckner; A.W. Brown; H. Barstow; W. Whitmore; Geo. Peabody; Jac. Shoupe; Susan Withum; W.H. Heath; Jac. Heffner; Henry Iles; J. Humphry; R.V. Lott; E.A.; DITCH; S. Elliot; D.C. Whitmore; E. Hutchings; R.D. Maxwell; R. Gladstone; W. Renolds; G. Stanton; H. Heath; W. Stanton; H. Heath; T. Gladstone; L. Harter; C. Hurd; Louisa Seaver; Edw. Dubois; Jos. Martin; U.B. Parsonage; E.H. Churhill; D. Barnes; E.J. Churchill; Silas Bariger; E.J. Wang; I.N. Cowdrey; J.N. Barnes; C.E. Hawley; E.H. Howes; Saml. Barnes; DISTRICT No. 5; DISTRICT No. 4; Edwin Hopkinson; W.H. Heath; W.J. Barnes; Geo. Older; Lorenzo Squire; W.B. Howell; John Barnes; DISTRICT No. 9; J. Swurtzmiller; John Zoss; Chandler; Christ Lehner; Jas. Greenlee; W.F. Brown; NORTH STAR; Jno. Houck; George Smith; Byd; Res; S.B. Belding; Cem; Union Ch; Res; E.L. Kimes; Ira Crandall; G. Swartzmiller; B. Hicks; M. Mtlspaugh; F. Street; E.B. Chrisman; BROWN & WALBRIDGE DITCH; B. Hicks; Jas. Brown; Lydia McBride; H.H. Goodin; D.H. Robertson; J. Morgan; S. Ringle; J. Cortright; DISTRICT No. 2; Ruth J. Welch; Wm. Siwft; Caroline Hemlin; J. Swift; E. Swift; Fulton Bros.; Wm. E. Robertson; Wm. H. Smith; Res; A.M. Swope; Williams & Asselboum; T.D. Ackles; N. Asselbaum; J. Williams; Jane Ebright; Sarah Newell; T.D. Ackles; School; FRAC. DIST. No. 7 OF HAMILTON & NORTH STAR.; H.H. Loomis; D.E. Bickford; E. Wisner; Jas. Ridener; Coleman; M. Hollinger; F. Light; A. Dean; W.J. Attenburg; W.H. Steadman; Res; John Boylington; Wm. C. Smith; A. Thumb; Jas. Riley; H. Pember; Eva Bahlke; E. Garlock; L. Lane; Malley; Conklin; A.M. Stockwell; Res; Stave & Heading Mill; D.C. Stockwell; F. Stockwell; W.H.H. Smith; Helen Smith; U. Davis; Henry Zoss; Mrs. F.D. Gardner; Saw Mill; E. Swift; F. Peabody; J. Hoffman; W. Marks; Chas. Bryant; BUSH & MILLS DITCH; S. Ringle; J. Bartlett; W. Long; D.J. Bordine; Hiram Bovee; R. M. Palmer; F.G. Palmer; Plamer Bros.; School; DISTRICT No. 8; Alex. McDaid; W.K. Wolfe; J.S. Rathburn; A.D. Hoffinan; Jas. Greenlee; S.K. Johnson; Esther Barnaby; D. Walker; J.S. Bard; G.W. Belding; Albert Barnes; M.B. Shaul; John McRay; F. Hoffman; M. Coleman; John Barnes; Albert Barnes; DISTRICT No. 3; Wm. Hockinsmith; Frankling Squire; Columbus Levering; Clara A. Chaffen; J.H. Jessup; W. Tyrell; C.M. Chaffin; U.B. Ch; J. Frank Henry; E.C. Cook; F.H. Cook; Bear Creek; E. Strouse; J.W. Bowers; POMPEII; W.L. Phillips; S. Hull; A. Dodge; Edw. Sprague; Geo. Cole; H.S. Evitts; Ira Fraker; D. Helms; J.T. McDaid; Nash; C. Sprague; P. Hoffman; Elbridge Franklin; John Mills; P. Mills; I. Mills; J. Mills; Lucy Franklin; G. Houseman; E. Green; G. Green; C.C. Kryder; E.T. Belding; A. Johnson; C. Crandell; D. Crowell; Percy Baumbarger; J. Greenlee; D. Stine; A.W. Belding; E.T. Belding; L. Crandall; L.B. Crandall; E. Crandall; A.B. Spooner; C. Haines; D. Stine; Jac. Lewis; A. Johnson; Phebe Kimmell; Caleb Grandell; Henry Zoss; D. Kimmell; Kellog; O. Kimmell; G. Spooner; A. Kimmell; Henry Downey; W. White; STELLA P.O.; Moore; Stave Mill; M. Bickford; Mrs. Austin; Mary Woodman; S.M. Bush & Larue; FRAC. DIST. No. 1 OF NORTH STAR HAMILTON & WASHINGTON; G. Rowling; W.H. Steadman; Mrs. Frice; Walker; W.H. McRoberts; F. Woodman; J.W. Steadman; Prosper Manchester; Chas. Machester; Chas. Turner; School; FIRST CORRECTION LINE; Bear Creek; Note:

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Wo 11... - 9 V. aposs Yc"71 SýTek. 360 C T1, N o..41 J. ýR 0, Campbe e4O 40 r'JW4 ýiln x2oý v 20 39 ýIgl -To wni7r^7,C6. 40 Ap 40 a so 120i 80 10 a WM56more, 80 simmong. S-t,77Z7?ZO7ZS 160. 40 X. 40 40 odmanl 10 s. Sireet 70,.q7e,40 40 40,,gk",P 140 Xiwrthai MAO dt 40 ýTohlnl 40 40 40 IT, i -BTcsV 40 40 -11 Rota co, 20.70 L).1 SeAo ol OdA.CLU.40 -AV ko. 0, Go-o.R 60,OdIUAIL 40 'T 0huc wzýma7ns 40a lw..T ýVwm 40, N Owen Street SeeZe 2 -40 Fm a40 asel 40. - I - - --vt. - - 4 C. State Se" 67 Xm-ndl 171deVes 160 40;W-At-ý- -ýý 40 I - I I-,- I - CO -D..-Mock80 GoocthtdZ 80 ý61 ýLee, Cowklinj.R. Y. AMY. Kinglel I 4-0 40 ýD. Case., 60 40 40 TOU.-2d 40 -160 I St. johns.-wa-Imp"till-ri-V 1'.., Res 49-ý54 77- - 77ýý; 7 -7 it-orl, 3)0*ý so 77ý47 ýM!7 7 1 40 S.. S. TultZe, 40 7 IT'mitlev 40 8"Idorv -Ackles 80 -3foskrýrzg, em 80' Peacock 40 40 V lea4rock 4-0 State, -TM7Z4fl' 40 ý i 400 "0 A, r4l 11 til 460 CU-77-tp-b,40 G00cwjj chas-ý, 40 4-0, 4-.4-3-oz ýýowel 80: ZtM 240 Cý I co ý.160. 1 "4. L -. 4 -'I IM,:. 1 i t i.......... I;S T MW 160 St.,T4O&nS - CO. e o'. e P,7/11: -Resim 11.80 ýR. -Af Stee, Se-hoob lit liýimmý a C) Wes..Iqtar e, &J? 0. sm lorp 4W Il a all IN t7 ji Afore, & TO /I& k 40 Y. X.. aouzd-/ 40 - 45:. 65 C&M-P e-k 80 staze, se7wo-t 40 6WE7 -.f`ý,.R A-e 40 f3.201 der, 40 1140 so 1140 00 Cýo 12D Sa.'ArXi-a so 160 HAS 80 &i,-bson.1 40 Jo-nes & Por&-p ýzl pr F9, cý 91r, "4140.90 I -C T N o. -Vas on, Sinclair -160.160 HaSO7V S-r,*nelCti,-P 460 St. Toh7w--Arff-l 7zlztlpac Co. 160 R staes zcrr--ng 40 40 Geo. -Wo7Zctn& 80 CP 4F zi. 75. S&LUO-U.- \ý-r iizýa&icv 80 J? RN 80 AGO At 40 160 w 0 Chctu;nceyýP'L -,4gt. so,-4k '41 -J. GowZd., 160-- In,. Ra rul HASTY R,:0. BUSINEýS REPERENCES, E. M. POTTER, Ageht for the sale of 300. 0 acres good farming lands. Prices frým $5-00 up. Special inducements offeredcolonies to locate on the lands. Hasty P. 0., Gratiot Co., Mich. GEORGE H. STUL, Foreman and Agent for R. M. Stul, Dealer'Mi General Merchandise, Sec. 28. U. SINCLAIRFarmer and Proprietor of Saw-mill. Res., Sec. 34 - Title: HAMILTON 10 N 1 W Keywords: Geo. Remaley; A.A. Gross; Shingle Mill; Geo. A. & Ella A. Remaley; Potatoe Creek; D.L. Case; J.D. Smith; J.P. Richmond; Emma J. Ennis; B.F. Cotharin; J.M. Bryson; Saylor & Hemmerfelt; S. Foster; F.A. Coats; B.F. Austin; Eli Froglesang; Jas. Remaly; W. Smally; Res; C.S. Betts; T. Derry; School No. 4; Alfred Derry; Cornell Bros.; J.H. High; C. Tarr; EDGEWOOD P.O.; C.H. Pierce; Ruth Pierce; Cem; H.A. Derry; Dav. Muffly; Silas Hill; I. Cole; Helen Curtis; Branch Bad River; G. Ballard; A. Hazleton; J. McLaren; Everett Smith; Chester Cratzinberg; S. Cole; John Hicks; W. Johnson; SICKELS; Sheldon Wight; E.B.Wight; FIRST CORRECTION LINE; S.W. Haight; R. Muffly; L.D. Lincoln; F.B.W.; A.L. Wight; M. Wight; Wm. Sickels; K.P. Peet; Chas. Lincoln; John Hicks; A. Walterhouse; Jas. Walterhouse; Peter Cunningham; Jos. McKenley; A. Weaver; Jos. Blackford; I. Webber; R. Dillsworth; E. Shaw; Clark Welch; J.M. Craver; DISTRICT No. 5; M.A. Welch; H. Goodwin; N. Peterson; Phebe Welch; L. Leslie; Mrs. E. Jump; Geo. Baker; Wm. Heibeck; L. Forbes; D.K & W.C. Sickels; Grist Mill; William Sickels; Res; J. Goodhall; Martha Muffly; Jac. Muffly; Isabella Sickels; E. Mc. Kenley; D.N. Hoag; School No. 1; Res; S.A. Cornwell; J.W. Baker; T. Lockwood; P. Zimmerman; Addie Marshall; DISTRICT No. 1; H. Aumaugher; M. Davidson; A.J. Martin; J. Martin; A. Welch; Township House; W. Aumaugher; I. Aumaugher; O. Eichenberger; G. Aumaugher; Elon Potter; E.A. Briggs; R. Hastings; D. Reed; D. Flegle; J. Hershey; R. Hastings; S.W. Ambler; State Land; E.J. Ring; C.A. Van Slyck; FRAC. DISTRICT No. 4; Wm. Dones; Shingle Mills; W. Gross; O.B. Campbell; MICHIGAN MERIDIAN LINE; D.L. Case; L. Penoyer; ST. CHARLES ROAD; BEAVER DAM ROAD; J.M. Bryson; S.W. Ambler; J.J. Bush; J. Dunkle; M.L. Smith; D.L. Case; A.F. Walch; John Serivins; Martha Merkel; Martha Muffly; G. Crinnell; S. Barton; F.A. Klickner; Church (et al); C. Ackles; Thos. Street; J. Stoner; I.L. Huntoon; P. Flegle; G. Andrews; State School Land; H. Simmons; T. Woodman; J & W. Simmons; E. Forbes; S. Ackles; L. Seeley; Owen Street; Reuben Ringle; S. Lambright; Emanuel Ringle; J.L. Ringle; A. Ringle; School No. 2; Geo. Goodhall; E. Goodhall; John Williams; DISTRICT No. 2; Whitmore; R.J. Ringle; Joseph Wright; Geo. Kesling; Chas. Ackles; Levi Haas; Wm. Stahl; T.D. Ackles; W.F. Moore; Mrs. Scott; Elon Downer; M.D. Mock; Henry Goodhall; S.S. Tuttle; J. Morse; Sheldon Ackles; S.W. Ambler; Eliza Baxter; Lee Conklin; R. Ringle; Sawyer & Moshinger; N. Peacock; R. Ringle; R.T. McNaughton; D.L. Case; N. Peacock; State Land; Richmond & Steel; Jennie L. Hutchins; Louisa Pound; J.M. Bryson; St. Johns Manufacturing Co.; Jones & Porter; STATE ROAD; E.J. Ring; O.B. Campbell; A. Goodall Est.; Chas. Morrison; J. Page; Wm. H. Fisher; J.M. Bryson; DISTRICT No. 3; C.A. Sheldon; Saw & Planing Mills, E.M. Potter; Res; Store & P.O.; Geo. Edwards; R.M. Steel; School No. 3; E.M. Gibson; Jones & Porter; St. Johns Manufacturing Co.; Geo. Steel; Res; Saw Mill; Store; Plabubg & Siding Mill; R.M. Steel; G.W. Brown; R. Nelson; F.H. Gould; M.H. Godfrey; J.L. Hutchings; FRAC. DISTRICT No. 7; S.W. Ambler; Saylor & Hemmerfelt; State School Land; C.H. Lammiman; W.F. Moore; N. Church (et al); Wm. Kerr; FRAC. DISTRICT No. 1; M. Bower; Hannah Ball; M. Kerr; Nelson & Barber; School; D.N. Hoag; J. Labadic; C.M.C. Cook; C.J. Rayner; D. Hay; A. Randall; E. Randall; J. Randall; Salliott & Raupp; J. Curtin; State Land; J. Fitzpatrick; S.L. Smith; UNORGANIZED TERRITORY; C.E. Potter; R.M. Steel; Ira. J. Sinclair; C. Ranny; Res.; Hason Sinclair; Saw Mill; Wm. Krom Agt.; Chauncey Rumsey; Geo. White; L.A. Gould; E. Stiles; Geo. Holland; Frank Hammond; Jac. Laird; J.R. Cook; C.M. Cook Note: HASTY P.O. BUSINESS REFERENCES.; E.M. POTTEr, Agent for the sale of 3000 acres good farming lands. Prices from $5.00 up. Special inducements offered colonies to locate on the lands. Hasty P.O., Gratiot Co.; Mich.; GEORGE H. STUL, Foreman and Agent for R,M, Stul, Dealer in General Merchandise, Sec. 28..; H. SINCLAIR, Farmer and Proprietor of Saw-mill. Res., Sec.34.

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Page  49 Scatu1 2Ircwes to tho ~-Al T. 9 K. -MW N~~~ W P. A v 70314 38.17 381 %78,0Z 77.11 335 366 395 39.43_____ A.B iorqg k 4/-> -L Tas. Crcsricl Jio. BTraslie -r S -r t cý M -17 17-rw 2,Iber ck/w T r lj!.sl a x 73.56 ft-40 4-0 40 80 8-0 [is80pR 5 StJItw u ID IF~fumtrff ilu TiSl in 40, 40ýzpoz"a4 4 _ _ 0- &7 -1 4-0C n -40 D,* I IF. T No Jicc. ~uDirasnE3.11" b 6z 800 S40ibo. 0 H Jt~iic~t~so ' Oc ffQ i.oecM 7 9 r-~ýe IteT -Dowenji1 re tenjB Tame S_ 400 ~~Z Q T0 zni~rre 40 4~*_ _4 a 16 ~ TQ r~n Fl Pa~tvw ii Coce Sec. ~ c x6,Brie PP0 RO A FLRGnea Frer eae i ea..HUL Poritr aleSad tokFam A.B-OO IDalri4Arclurl.plmns4Ett9ndjsicCfte ec. c.Sc.2.Mddeo P.Beee f aoen abe Geea Hrwr, t. Cro itMch.t. O DChPoretrNrhahds SokFrm.oin oss.Fr ndtak n ie eto JOH C.C A BRIPoreo ilrstuate atNrhShd-eteGait"oMh4Mdln Hoe Lvr Br. is~casrisatraonbep.G Cro CtMih Hre be n h4FA KC.0 40 asig, ih prices.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Comrca trdIoiie.Hn tnaMabioadMra tan o sae I _______ I______ ____________ Title: NORTH SHADE 9 N 4 W Keywords: NEW HAVEN TWP.; MONTCALM COUNTY; CLINTON COUNTY; FULTON TWP.; DISTRICT No. 2; DISTRICT No. 8; DISTRICT No. 6; DISTRICT No. 5; DISTRICT No. 7; DISTRICT No. 3; DISTRICT No. 1; DISTRICT No. 9; DISTRICT No. 4; T.S. & M. R.R.; NORTH SHADE DRAIN; CHICK & WALKER DR.; NORTH SHADE BRANCH; SMITH & HELWIG; GRILL & CONE DITCH; PATTON & ROBERTS DRAIN; CLARKS & ROBERTS DRAIN; BAKER & TOWNER DRAIN; SMITH & HARTMAN DR.; BASSETT HULL & DR.; HARLOW & STONEBROOK DRAIN; MACGUIRE & RICHE; HAVENS & JOLLS DITCH; PATTON & ROBERTS DRAIN; Sheldon Creek; NORTH SHADE STOCK FARM; BRICE P.O.; Cornelius Frank; Sarah Bell; F. Randall; R. Randall; Chas Krantz; C.A. Isham; V.P. Knight; F.T. Isham; A.H. Rule; S. Wright; Jos. Sellmyer; D. Spies; B. Schreider; R.T. Huyck; J. McWilliams; F. Hardman; Jac. Hardman; Ger. Bapt. Ch; E. Bosserman; Buttrick; E.R. Root; H.B. Stucky; D.E. Chambers; Geo. Hull; W. Huyck; J. Brillhart; J.B. Wolf; D.F. Hunter; M. North; Henry Monech; H.R. Moench; Res; J. Bellinger; C.E. Burton; J & E Burton; L.W. Moench; F.P. Scott; W.A. Scott; Jno. Jackson; Jno. Frasher Sr.; O.A. Isham; J. Cahmbers; Jno. Frasher Jr.; Darius Roop; Jas. Cusick; Geo. R. Gibbs; J. Wilson; S.S. Walker; H. Delong; N. Tedhans; E. Maffitt; Geo. Knowles; Spencer Walker; Aug. Pfeiffer; Ira Thornton; D. Thornton; John Kipp; N. Thornton; S & O. Burton; Chas. Chick; School; D. Kennedy; Est of A.E. Briggs; John Kipp; James Kavanaugh; Chas. Reineke; Wm. Straight; Jas. Chick; J.A. Blucher; Mary Goddard; Jas. D. England; Wm. Connell; F. Sheining; Austin Shoup; J. Montgomery; J. Rummer; John Jackson; Thos Mann; Jac. Nickort; Peter Nickort; J.W. Cott; M.B. Knowles; G. Canfield; D. Straight; Hiram Worden; J. Rosecrans; F.T. Runyan; A. Nickort; H.W. Smith; S. Elliott; A. Van Sickle; Geo Yonker; Geo. E. Wilson; Jno. Frasher; E. Owens; D. Lynch; W.H. Graham; Harriet Dewese; W. Huyck; C.E. Burton; Chas. Scott; Orrin Ranger; Mary Bohen; Mary Percell; J.W. Locke; Jas. Pratty; Eliz Garner; G. Van Dusan; J.H. Salisbury; J.W. Locke; W. Springer; H. Langdon; John Morris; F. Salisbury; L. Salisbury; Ann Wright; H.M. Kelley; C. Spiece; Wm. L. Howell; School; C. Gaddie; P. Dufale; R.A. Scott; John O. Clark; J & P. Smith; S.P. Reichard; C. Reichard; T.D. Cushman; H. McFarland; J. Speice; Res; Driving Track; MAPLE SHADE STOCK FARM; Louis C. Hull; J.H. Clark; F.W. Fraker;W.H. Howell; Peter Shong; Jac. Staehely; Ira Kelch; Mary Staehely; H. Blair; J.C. Howell; L. Howell; R. Speice; E. Dobson; Norman McLeod; J.J. Travis; E.S. McClove; John Dobson; Christian Merz; J & G.D. Clark; D.W. Gardner; Wm. Hull; S.A. Hawkins; E. Fish; Rachel Lyon; H. Passinger; Caroline Mack; S.S. Walker; H.J. Bassett; N. Nelson; C.W. Bessett; Mrs. Nettie Todd; A.L. Todd Prop'r; Town House; J.C. Blanchard; John Patton; S. Wort; Caroline Canouts; J.M. Houghtailing; J. Reynolds; Wm. Patton; Mrs. McGrath; A. Johnson; Martha Bigelow; J. Russell; R. Tucker; E. Owens; R.W. Brice; Est of C. Helwig; Wm. Brice; Res.; Fred. Sheining Jr.; E.C. Churchill; W. Champer; W. Lazarus; Est of C. Helwig; G. Robinson; Wm. Franklin; J. McCuaig; Wm. McCuaig; Wm. A. Gould; Res; School; Jos. Brown; J.W. Cott; W.R. Evans; C.A. Evans; Belle Slanker; Eugene Straight; Alex McCuag; And Keck; N.J. Baker; M.E. Burt; D. Henry; Est of P. Murray; Henry Burt; I. Campbell; S. Patton; A. Palmer; Jas. Dalton; E.C. Churchill; J.B. Luther Est; Julia Franklin; Wm. Canouts; Thos. Franklin; J.H. Banes; Wm. Franklin; John Patton; Jas. Foley; C. Champor; D. McNaughton Est; E. Owens; D. McNaughton Jr.; Alex McNaughton; Thos. W. Porter; J. Carr; Laura Holcomb; D. McNaughton Est; Alex Campbell; Jos. Russell; Driving Park; Mrs. Nettie Todd; PAtrick Dunn; H. Townsend; H.W. Chaffee Est.; Thos. Franklin; School; J. Hazzard; J. Anderson; E. Fockler; F. Roberts; T. Thompson; Isaac Vanderhoof; J.B. Gardner; Store; Res; A.J. Goodell; Geo. Garner; Res; Cynthia Sherman; A. Belding; Jos. Danahoe; Tabor Est.; R.D. Tabor; F.G. Warner; B. Smith; S. Spiece; A.B. Guernsey; Washington Smith; John Ferris; H. Montgomery; B. Millard; C. Broomall; Wm. Stonebrook Est; Jas. Stonebrook; Leroy Blair; Mary Jacques; Henry Crissmore; Est of Wm. towner; M.M. Page; S. Terrey; Roman Fyler; Scales; Res; Jesse Casteel; Saml. Stonebrook; Geo. Crissmore; M. Stonebrook; S. Mill; Benj. Wineland; F. Salisbury; Isaac L. Riche; L. Babcock; J. Smith; Jos. Rupert; Jsa. Stonebrook; Louisa Hartman; Res; R. Jongson; Marion Jolls; Wm. H. Wort; Jos. Donahoe; Geo. Edmunds; John Mooney; Est of John Barrett; Patrick Barrett; Wm. A. Read; H. Havenis; F. Peters; John Mooney; Rachel Lyons; M. Shanahan; G. Price; D. Lynch Sr.; H.W. Chaffee Est; David Lynch; H.W. Chaffee; L. Harden; F. Chaffee; M. Cunningham; W.H. Abbott; J.E. Proctor; Wm. Barrett; School; LY. Shaw; R. Russell; W.A. Chaffee Est; H.W. Chaffee Est; J.E. Bennett; P. CraryJosiah Roberts; D.F. Hunter; Homer Roberts; H.W. Snyder; A. Jones; Mrs. Bolger; E. Graham; J.P. Dickinson; Geo. Whittman; M. Grill; Jas. Foley; A.W. Dean; E. Graham; M. Grill; Mich. Connell; L.B. Loomisl; W. Anderson; R. Spangler; L.B. Loomis; Truman Wilson; Res; Geo Proctor; Chas. Proctor; Hiram Townsend; P. Locke; Kate Day; P. Locke; D.G. Locke; N. Brooks; Res; Hiram Haring; E.C. Walker; B. Sh; S. Townsend; O. Myers; E.A. Runyan; Jas. McGarry; H. Silvernail; H.M. Snyder; Dennis Connell; Jas. Connor; Patrick Holleran; T. Holleran; P. O'Neil; M. Feyan; W.H. Martin; C.R. Proctor; M. Cranson; Wm. Barrett; Chas. S. Cranson; P. Chester; Saml. F. Cranson; C.S. Cranson (Guan); S.F. Cranson; M. Barrett; Wm. Barrett; Jas. Harlow; Benj. Baxter Est.; Wm. Sullivan; Patrick Barrett; Oren Jolls; Danl. Wright; W.C. Wright; Jas. Wright's Est; M.G. Tyler; Wm. Wright; Jno. Harden; W. Harden; Danl. Wright; Est John Wright; Wm. Wright; G. Johnson; F. Johnson; G. Archer; C. Mucklebury; Floyd Glover; B.P. Eldred; E. Redman; T. Alderman; T.T. Newton; A.P. Kinney; W. Hallock; F. Glover; OHIO PICNIC GROUNDS Note: CARSON CITY, MICH., BUSINESS REFERENCSE.; A.B. LOOMIS, Dealer in Agricultural Implements, General Hardware, etc., Carson City, Mich.; JOHN C. CHAMBERLIN, Proprietor Miller Hotel Liveyr Barn. First-class rigs at reasonable prices. Commercial trade solicited.; NORTH SHADE TOWNSHIP REFERENCES.; J.B. GARDNER, Dealer in General Merchandise. Sec. 16, Brice P.O.; ROMAN FYLER, General Farmer, Dealer in Real Estate and Justice of the Peace. Res. Sec 24.; A.L. TODD. Proprietor North Shade Stock Farm situated at North shade Centre, Gratiot Co., Mich. P.O. Carson City, Mich. Horses bred in the Hamiltonian, Mambrino and Morgan Strains for sale.; JOHN O. CLARK, Breeder of Durham Cattle, Farmer and Justice of the Peace. Res. Sec. 12.; L.C. HULL, Proprietor Maple Shade Stock Farm. Middleton P.O. Breeder of Napoleon Hambletonian Horses. Farm and track one mile west of Middleton.; FRANK C. BALCH, Hastings, Mich.

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Page  51 6w..1 cS I K_ 975 FLJLTO N TWRP. Scale-16 iflocly to an-YLnwct- 18 air (i 1 710 L ED 0 21G2IN clrn2-5-,6 95 1/14- ~-,/-1 2-50 -4-'l E2o7 u P iihct tEt 32~94- 7co4 4/~6<8c20 ~-~- -93 SZ6,9 18 F ULTO NST J7Z2~77 - 77 26z92- > ~ s~ 4-734- 16<-Cl39 20gp FL B A Z3 -74S 266 a 87 C~tO4gC1 63 8~ L 32-) 195577 U13 C ) 62 92-U8- 13 4- ~ 6i so1-54 60I X. 3 N1 1 o 30/ 30 -1; I--...:324- 12,PE I 3250323.31 3 -. - --U-7 51 225 2450 2Zs6 247 ]&tracý5 Co4. 3223, 4 2--34 P3 2-3, 231 21-BUSNES RE MIDDLETON BUSINESS REFER. ENOES. 'J. ERODEBECK, Proprietor of Brodebeck House. H. B. PHILLIPS, Editor and Proprietor of, the Naew.. Also Druggist. J. B- RESBEQUIRE, Deater in General Merchan-~ disc.k BRILD GEVILýLE WASH I NGTON TWR, Scale 300 Peat. to awncndv FDIEL~fl __ S 17T6. Sto v eflta 41 1 wt~1t6 A4, s T.W.eb? 4 -731'p- c a ca IR. LiJ G EORGEF - 7--7 1-3 44 6 3 3 7 -ELM0 76 75-.73 70 9 ly 6 tA D A V I -79- 6151-11 76 '711 -76 -75 --74_ -73_ -/Prjý77 70 FCo ST. S 4 ST. 73 -78 2 -75 7 S T 00 z 0 z ILa 0 76 ouFi U-LT ON TWP/. ScalYe 16-Rods -to azuTacli,F U'LTO N ST. - I Title: PERRINTON; MIDDLETON; BRIDGEVILLE Keywords: PERRINTON; FULTON TWP.; Amelia Hodges; T.S. & M. R.R.; Depot; RAIL ROAD ST.; FULTON ST.; Perrinton Mfg. Co.; Saw Mill & Excelsior Works; Pettit & Estey; Fulton House; Bank; Section Line; ROBISON AVE.; FULTON ST.; ELBA ST.; ALLOR ST.; SICKLES ST.; ESTEY ST.; MORSE ST.; HODGES ST.; Res.; A.H. Phinney; Christian Ch.; School No. 8; L. Woodruff; C.S. Marsh; M.V. Allor; A. Stone; FULTON ADD.; Sect. 8; Sect. 9; SOUTH ST.; A.H. Phinney; Wm. Rockwell; A.N. Arnold; ARNOLD ST.; CREASER ST.; P.O.; FULTON; Flouring Mills; Wood Extract Co.; TOLEDO SAGINAW & MUSKEGON R.R.; Elevator; Saw Mill; Staves & Heading; D.T.S.; D.T. Smith; BAKER ST.; MIDDLETON; FULTON TWP.; S. Gould; R.R. Grounds; J.B. Ressequie; G.A. Rice; D. Casey; T. Webber; N. Satterlee; JANE ST.; NALDRETT ST.; OAK ST.; ELM ST.; ELIZABETH ST.; NEWTON ST.; Depot; Cider Mill; Genl. Store; J.B. Ressequie; HOWELL ST.; CAROLINE ST.; DAVIS ST.; FULTON ST.; H. McLean; Cheese Fac.; Michigan Stave & Barrell Co.; T.S. & M. R.R.; Geo Franks; Stave Heading & Saw Mill; J.W. Holm; MIDDLETON ST.; GEORGE ST.; Eleavtor; Drug Store; Middleton House; Brodebeck House; BRIDGEVILLE; WASHINGTON TWP.; MAPLE RIVER; BRIDGE ST.; B.A. Hicks; Fr. B.; WASHINGTON ST.; P.O.; FULTON ST.; SOUTH ST.; JOHN ST.; McCLELLAN ST.; Note: PERRINTON BUSINESS REFERENCSE.; A.H. PHINNEY, Real Estate Dealer.; MIDDLETON BUSINESS REFERENCSE.; J. BRODEBECK, Proprietor of Brodebeck House.; H.S. PHILLIPS, Editor and Proprietor of the News. Also Druggist.; J.B. RESSEQUIRE, Dealer in General Merchandise.

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D 1 805s T. 40N is %,F 8'0 40 HI - I I - 40 -104 JToy. fliearweit -40 AC/ark Up -40 40 -40 CON 0 *040 '4-0 -, Cas v t&IL*>.44 2000 770 ~ ~.~5E~1 - 4 t1. - -.4 4.e... 760.50 - H-z~t~ U 80 D I S T. 187 401 p1 -I 02 K N /2. U U 400 (Z-o Jhit! 024 totb/ N I ' S H T1 R Co 40 T------tF iU IL6 KiT1/Uts 80 T N o. -Lest, 4 -I--- hS ('S. U -40 I/v40 An 60 -F -r tT. -40 -W. -40 Vre7'40 I N- ý ---7 Z 4-0 40- _I -F A - 80& i I I - 1 74 In -j. 2L -02 80 I JS ArC.4-0--PomI Se/Tr o.e ~ 4- 9 09 806 - r Aeect 80 V.-: 40 1..-. 80 %ýj.75CCer-40.1/irs.,"I '40 IF - i - I -40 -40 0 0-7 Te 40 t-h p 7 jeýo e 10 L T 80. -YO -540 I F RAC D it //. Phil/s-ps 82.0 U, Wý 80. 830 f:z C /0 F- r -0.LlJiqAfoand.2j - S'prinys - -- f -. i - 0. z-,. - ý -:11 ai 4 11 AIRS Title: FULTON 9 N 3 W Keywords: NEWARK TWP.; NORTH SHADE TWP.; CLINTON CO; WASHINGTON TWP.; TOLEDO SAGINAW & MUSKEGON R.R.; Maple River; Pine River; MIDDLETON; PERRINTON; POMPEI; DISTRICT No. 5; DISTRICT No. 1; FRAC. DIST. No. 3; DIST No. 8; DISTRICT No. 6; DISTRICT No. 4; DISTRICT No. 3; DIST. No. 7; FRAC DIST. No. 8; FRAC. DIST. No. 4; DISTRICT No. 2; FRAC. DIST. No. 1; Otter Creek; Res; Seaver Bros.; Griswold Est.; A.W. Loomis; Henry Reed; Benj. Burt; W. Fraker; N. Sooy; Mrs. Willett; N. Dancer; Jos. Harlock; F. Sequard; J.E. Densmore; Mary Timmerman; J.W. Grace; C. Deline; H. Tifft; Jno. Buttolph; D. Hyatt; A.A. Eggleston; M.M. Lewis; W.W. Jackson; Res.; John S. Wright; Jos. H. Lewis; John Otto; Geo Dodson; J.D. Vallance; G. Vallance; R.S. Cushman; Mrs. White; T.J. Moore; L.M. White; A.J. Morse; Saw Mill; Henry Clark; Wm. Heckman; Geo Coon; John Parker; D. Ash; Wm. Alpaugh; H. Hixon; Frank Ennis; C. Ellsworth; Albert Herald; W.W. Dalgleish; J. Leslie; M.A. Alvey; W.P. Wilbur; A. Bates; J. Lyall; G. Bradstock; W.C. Naldrett; C. Dufflo; C.D. Barnes; J. Musser; W. Weatherbee; School; C. Wellert; Geo. Franks; H. Krantz; J. Treaster; R. Becker; S. Gould; J. Dufflo; W.M. Farlan; G. Naldrett; Mich Stave & Barrel Co.; M.S Howell; A. Tuttle; C. Helms; O.G. Tuttle; H. Green; A. Reynolds; Wm. Green; W.L. Baker; J.H. Wheeler; R. Luscher; W. Penfield; Amelia Hodges; Perrinton Mfyr Co.; Pettit & Estey; Saw Mill & Excelsior Works; A.H. Phinney; A. Stone; W.W. Baker; D.T. Smith; Christian Ch.; School; A.H. Phinney; Mrs. Youngs; Wood Extract Co.; Wm. Leddick; H. Lance; T.B. Musser; Jas. Otto;Saw Mill; Saml. Sheller; John S. Wright; Jos. H. Lewis; Robt. Lewis; O.F. Baker; I.C. Wolfe; F.H. Rice; Jas. Jenne; E.N. Pierce; Jas. Lane; J.W. Montague; Jos. Wang; Mrs. Gray; C.E. Webster; G.W. Clark; Res.; B.P. Bradley; J.B. Willoughby; Mrs. Willoughby; Jno Peters; E. Peters; J. Snyder; Chas Peters; Cong. Ch.; John Burch; D. Payne; Mrs. Cratsenburg; R. Gleason; M. Harris; O. Waldorff; J.F. Ceaser; A. Ceaser; Edward Downs; Dwight Payne; School; A. Cowles; W.J. Carr; H. Downs; Enonet Hines; J.M. Miller; E. Arnold; O.N. Chaffin; Mrs. A. Chaffin; W.E. Nelson; M. Brillhart; J. Delano; Jos. Seidel; Z.F. Miller; J. Price; Wm. Helms; P. Fitzpatrick; J.W. Hawse; S.A. Howe; Town Hall; A.C. Gillett; Milton Davis; S.A. Howe; E. Bowles; David Heirs; J.B. Ressequie; Henry Downs; A.H. Phinney; E. Bowles; A.C. Gillett; Betsey Smith; H. Spaulding; P.W. Creaser; A.J. Crosby; O.M. Baker; L. Cooley; W. McComb; E.C. Baldwin; Wm. Creaser; T.B. Creaser; R. Luscher; Chas. Griffith; P. Reynolds; M.S. Howell; John T. Swigart; Lewis Reynolds; Lewis Reynolds; R. Fyler; Res; C.D. Boardman; Jane Bailey; H.L. Porter; School; Carlin Est.; Henry Stitt; C.A. Franks; Mary A. Towner; Chas. Butler; Chas. Griffith; J. Kingman; T. Holstead; W.C. Stitt; P.W. Creaser; M. Sheridan; E.G. Bement; M. Reichard ; P. Sheridan; Geo Fox; Jno Hicks; S. Benham; O. Himes; M. Creaser; Mrs. Miller; S. Sessions; School; Cem; D. Nelson; P.J. Painter; Mrs. Miller; Wm. Harlow; W. Kellogg; Jos. Kellogg; Meth. Ch.; W. Prouse; H.W. Musser; P. Greenswick; John Hicks; Lewis Blodgett; C. Westenhaver; W. Kellogg; T.J. Hoxie; Warren Albertson; Wm. H. Laycock; F. Dodge; C. Huntly; E.J. Norton; Geo. W. Pierce; Farver Est.; Jno. Noss; E. McClure; Levi Ceaser; E. Downs; Wm. Kellor; S. Patterson; Chas. Boots; Nathaniel Walker; J. Kellor Jr.; Patterson Bros.; John Keller; Albert Bradley; Cem.; H. Doane; Jerome Salter; A.E. Sturgis; P. Salter; Chas. Doane; R. Sugars; R.E. Case; Jno McLean; M. Tracey; J. Keiffer; Mrs. Osborn; J. Wortz; W. Gildersleeve; Parker Merrill; Elton Est.; E.W. Van Dorne; Parker Merrill; T. Hayes; T. Seely; D.B. Phillips; H.L. Laycock; W. Hoxie; Wilcox; M.A. Drumheller; Albert Salter; Taylor; School; B.A. Laycock; John Wolfe; H. Price; Mrs. Kellogg; R. Price; H.L. Laycock; Sowles Est.; Peter Ruppert; Jos. Teachwert; A. Clark; G. Berry; H.L. Laycock; W. Annis; Mrs. Reichard; G.M. Stead; C.E. Price; G.M. Stead; A.W. Herrick; W.L. Herman; A, Leddick; L.L. Smith; School; J.T. Beck; J. Hicks; S. M. Boyle; T.R. Payne; Alfred Burnett; W.L. Herman; S.M. Boyle; Jno Wilbur; H. Stitt; J. Casteel; Res; Scales; J. Broadbeck; S. Nichols; Peter Embree; F. Erwin; Chas. Barnhart; T.T. Newton; A.P. Kinney; W. Hallock; J. Lambie; D.H. Payne; Cem.; R. Payne; G. Payne; Geo H. Newton; Mrs. Dunstall; Mrs. Roberts; J.L. Payne; E. Payne; J.A. Cassada; I. Hewitt; John Reed; C. Hewitt; John Cumberworth; I. Waite; J. Parker; Wm. Wheeler; Jas. Miller; E.E. Moss; Sowles Est.; L. Moss; Miller Est; Mrs. Brown; S. Hewitt; F. Moore; D. Hay; J. Feazel; W. Reichard; Mrs. Bishop; C.A. Lyon; J.T. Price; W. Brown; J. Brown; D. Webster; A. Mathews; J. Adams; W. Hoxie; Wagoner Heirs; H. McLean; R.I. Warner; B.R. Phillips; S.S.; R. Danly; S. Wyman; Cem; Big Mound Springs; School; Jas. Gubaugh; F. Grubaugh; S. Wyman; A. Wyman; to Maple Rapids; Note:

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Page  55 I 0 ____________________________ I I -FIRST ST. 122>77 TIISa T~R.. 1/ -70NORTH STAR TWP.. 1 9 C.C Scaet/c oW 1 ds -to.cuTf I-rch, Nro~ 4- 7 Cii)T.Cos 5 6 H~na AtEC sN K ST 8FfI htts f0-e o T H I -Store.. S.T. of t W(or c9 -71 -_70z99 3 1 4r-7 7 443-Ja6 or J 65 7 - O RHTT A F 0 U IlT H UARDqWAE ANTON W. EAHLKEDaeri adwr n all kinds of Farming Implmns BRICK AND]IE?SMITH & HOPF3M N, auatreso9is Class Brick and Tile. STAVES AND HAIG 1. i~~~o nat' ~~'r. GARIDNER, Manufacturero tvsadHaig Jafb.it. ~oand Dealer in Hoops.Ri-DedSokaSe iajty. C flt a p.d I e7 HOTEL AND]IVR ZI..CORTHIGHT, Proprietoro oe n iey First Cla~ss Rigs for Tra-veligMn EDWARD, Ii. SIMESD uevsro onh and Postmaster. S. M. SCOTT,$Laorer. 13 I'Sf 77KtO~ j~fg B. Y S~q6-eo Sw-ithI WHEELER TWP. Sort/c 20 [ Par is a' wtc 1). 1%ott 0) 4:1 I K. Chri-ist uT~el-ut nihin JirtI~f-rct ~~-B 'c-z7 ýcmrdJ Moil-es, JL--- ALP Discipies Chu3 F FORE ST HIILL PINE RIVER TWP. ScccaleSO0Joc(& to arn ITnchl 5 3 3 56 7 3 1 6i 7 8 5 6 6 137 MAEDI N ST St re~ F. &TO. ~ -1- 3 43, p1"- 1 -rrm Cetes obinonJ HAUDWA D. W. ERECKCENRIDGE, Tin 'ware, Stove;, and all g first-class store. DRUGGISI W. 0. WATSON, Dealer. cines, Paints, Oils, Wall-Pa cry; also interested in tht taking; also grain and fai sold. WILLIAM SIPP, Dealeri' REAL EST2 C. Ha.3HOWD),N Dealer in Rea NISCELLA17 C. 5. WATBOIr, Physicians JOHN H, PARRISH, To Breckenridlge. 91 Dealer mi Hfardware, yoods usually kept in a in Drugs, Patent Mcdl-S cper,' Books and Station5Furniture and Underrm produce bought and a Drugs and Groceries. 'ATE. Ll Estate and Farmer. FEOUS. and Surgeon. )wa Supervisor. P. 0. Cr) 14 ' ' SUM MIT - T. 1I 6* S EXTON _ S T.s t(D z 1uiz&,E o- 6 5-i 3 1 ( F-:3-L MAIN 0 S. <I C' 44 2 -1\- fQ 0li'p B ~~_T 5. 3 9C -1~1 29s*,4 3.1 R.C '-~ ICV3.I *5-5 -48 3 FT-C HA A,1 LLI () 3 ~ (o< 3C1 M DAPLE9ST. Qi I Title: North Star, North Star Twp.; Breckenridge, Wheeler Twp. ; Forest Hill, Pine River Twp. Keywords: First St.; Second St.; Third St.; Fourth St.; Cleveland St.; Center St.; Blaine St.; Butler St.; T.A.A.&N.M. R.R.; C.W. Brown; C.D. Lyon; S.S. Mill; C.D. Bryant; J.Q. Adams; P. Coss; M.A. Coss; Hotel; Depot; A. Bahlke; Hall; Hdw. Store; F.L. Coss; A. L. Ward; F.M. Ch.; J. Chase; P. Coss; E.L. Kimes ;M. Nichol; Elevator; Geo Potter; F.L. Coss; A. Hoffman; J. Martin; G. Robertson; A. Hoffman; School; Hotel; Res.; J. Cortwright; I.O.O.P. Hall; Store & P.O.; Parsonage; Chandler; John Houck; Christ Lehner; Liberty Grange No. 391; J. McGee; B.F. Smith; Geo. Shroyer; Geo. Smith; G. Hawkins; W. Milspaugh; J. Q. Adams; I. Walbridge; E.L. Kimes; Smith & Hoffman; Geo. Shroyer; H. Perdue; F.L. Coss; E. Shroyer; Smith & Hoffman; Brick Yard; Res.; Medina St.; Main St.; superior St.; Chatham St.; Center St.; La Fayette St.; T.A.A. & N.M. R.R.; Mason Wood & sons Shingle, Heading & SS Mill; S. Moody; S. Frisbee; Edw. Creech; L.E. Canfield; Disciples Ch.; Depot; C. Wood; Store & P.O.; Orrin Gates; H. N. Robinson; Elm St.; Summit St.; Sexton St.; Main St.; Saginaw St.; Chestnut St.; Cedar St. Maple St.; Wright St.; Eastman St.; Eaton St.; Maple St.; HOWDS ADD (Not Recorded); First St.; Second St.; Third St.; Fourth St.; Cem. F. Ealer; A. Ferguson; Ann C. Buckley; A. Mc Lode; D. Wood; J.A. Breckenridge; Ties; School; Cong. Ch.; L. Pickard; Jay Sexton ; Eliz. Hosford; A. Wood; R. Cochran; S. V. & S. T. L. R. R.; D. L. & N R.R.; R.R. R. R.; R. R. R. R. R.; G. Mill; W.O.Watson; Res.; C.S.. Watson; Res.;Morris & Moores ;State & R.R.; Heading Fact; Depot; Store; D.W. Breckenridge Res.; Elevator; R.R.; R.R.; P. O.; Wm. Kipp;.; Res. C.H. Howd; Babtist Ch.; Oak Alley; Charles Howd Note: North Star Business References; Hardware. Anton W. Bahlke, Dealer in Hardware and all kinds of Farming Implements, Brick and Tile, Smith & Hoffman, Manufacturers of First Class Brick and Tile. Staves and Heading. F. Gardner, Manufacturer of Staves and Heading, and Dealer in Hoops. Kiln-Dried Stock a Specialty. Hotel and Livery. J. Cortright, Proprietor of Hotel and Livery. First Class Rigs for Traveling Men. Edward L. Kimes, Supervisor of Township and Postmaster. S.M. Scott, Laborer.; Breckenridge Business References. Hardware. D.W. Breckenridge, Dealer in Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, and all goods usually kept in a first-class store. Druggists. W.O. Watson, Dealer in Drugs, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Wall-Paper, Books and Stationery, also interested in the Furniture and Undertaking;also grain and farm produce bought and sold. William Kipp, Dealer in Drugs and Groceries. Real Estate. C.H. Howd, Dealer in Real Estate and Farmer. Miscellaneous. C. S. Watson, Physician and Surgeon. John H. Parrish, Town Supervisor. P.O. Breckenridge.

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P 40::: -:i 1 vf3. w. ýLatf, 40 Geo. ba-rd '40. "-ýr- ý* 3'T r- tu- 1! i 4-u i i i I -40 -V 'C. -j. A A Coo D I S. X":.,..-.::.::.:.....-..:::.. i);!iii;';;: B. grub ii 8 0I' ::.....I J I II 2 ý a., -- _.I CO UNTY DITCH A-I ' +.- -.'_'-=. ---=-__:-:- - = r2........ --~ =-............ _ --.-- =::=""......... "-++--==' -- '--------- ', _ --------;-- ---"-'---"+------''------'4 Title: WASHINGTON 9 N 2 W Keywords: DISTRICT No. 7; FRAC DIST No. 3; FRAC DIST No. 1; DISTRICT No. 2; Toledo, Saginaw & Muskegon R.R.; DISTRICT No. 3; Foster & Henson Ditch; Iron Tram Rail Road; DISTRICT No. 6; DISTRICT No. 5; Maple River; FRAC DIST No. 4; FRAC DIST No. 8; DISTRICT No. 4; FRAC DIST No. 2; County Ditch; Pompeii; J.B. Smith; J. Hamilton; Geo. Houseman; W. Lockwood; W.T. & A. Davis; W.H. Seton; E. Gibbs; E. H. Collar; Jas. Mikesell; Wm. Mikesell; E. Mikesell; Jos. Foster; D.W. Hull; L. Allen; L. Laughead; D. Steel; N.O. Mills; M. Johnson; A.S. McKesell; R.W. Foster; Sam’l. McCutcheon; Wm. Foster; J. Hamilton; S.S. Carr; J. Seaver; E. Hockensmith; M. Johnson; David Davis; Jas. Greenlee; School; Henry Dodge; A.K. Dodge; W. F. Thompson; O. Dodge; Lorenzo Squires; E. Kochensparger; W.F. Thompson; C.S. Douglass; H. Shaw; H. Hoffer; A. Shaw; Homer Burnett; Elizabeth Robinson; E. Briggs; Wm Davis; Millard Grumbaugh; Jas Woodman; Wm. Woodman; T.H. Jones; L. Bassett; John Hicks; J.L. & S R.R.; W. Helms; J. Morse; School; M.E. Delano; School; G. English; Saw Heading Planing Mill; A.P. Cook Co.; Pompei; W.W. Armstrong; Jos. Vosburg; A. Fraker; F. Helms; J.H. Campbell; N.B. Fraker; G. Foster; R. Foster; A. Fraker; C. Campbell; Isaac Rosegrant; Thos. Campbell; J. Dean; Alvin Shaver; F.M. Brown; Peter Wolf; B.G. Dodge; J. Kochensparger; Saw Mill; Ola; Alvin Shaver; Frank McNitt; George Stoneman; DeWitt Payne; A. Kochensparger; Jac. Hoffer; N. Church; N.B. Bowker; I.D. Kellogg; A. McDaid; A. McDonald; N.B. Bowker; Emily Davidson; Mary Stoddard; Geo Smith; T.E. Gifford; T. Smith; L. Collier; T.E. Gifford; C. Gifford; J Mummy;J.E. Rhynard; Fremont Bovee; Henry Shaw; O.J. Sprague; I. Rose; Wm. Martin; School; J. Kellogg; H. Shaw; E. Hoag; G. Hoffer; S. Hoffer; F. L. Cook; D. Clark; Alma Clark; John Martin; A. Owen; S. A Randall; G. & H. Fulton; O. Luce; W.J. Proctor; H. Whitford; Perrin; C.H. Lawrence; O.E. Gibson; J.H. Thompson; Wm.. Martin; Wm. Long; D.L. Carpenter; O. McEndarfer; W.C. Long; B.B. McEndarfer; Geo. English; Res; L.F. Moon; H.L. Longley; Helen Longley; Mary Grover; Mrs J. Whitney; Shelley; O.J. Campbell; A.P. Cook Co.; F.L. Pressley; Geo Pearson; Geo Hardy; M.M. Norris; Lyman Collier; S.M. French; Thos. Sutton; H.M. Jewell; L. Oakley; Mrs. C.A. Knapp; Chas. Clark; J. Fraker; H. Demott; Jac. Henson; Mary A. Clark; David Stevenson; Center School; W. Hanerd; E. Lockwood; G. Dudley; W. A. Wood; M.W. Coon; T. Kirby; Y.A. Bovee; H. Demott; G. Henson; Ed. Henry; G. Whitman; Albert Bovee; J. B. Crook; J. E. Rhynard; M.M. Geary; John Bowen; M. M. Geary; F.L. Cook; H. Whitford; Salliott & Chittenden; Wm. Martin; D.W. Miles; Wm. Miles; E.S. Reist; E.Martin; J.L. & S. R.R.; C.S. Douglass; C. Daggett; W.V. Carruthers; A.L. Davis; S.A. Miller; J. McCarty; H. Metzger; A. Carpenter; E. Patterson; S.M. Demott; E. Brom; C. Albright; R. Patterson; H.W. Myers; S. Ovendon; J. Keller; School; Horton Smith; F.E. Smith; C. Collier; J.F. Sutton; Rachel Fox; W.H. Brown; T. Hefty; Wm. Cook; C.N. Curren; J.A. Crook; Jas Anstey; Mary A. Henson; S. Cooper; J. Baum; Mrs. W.W. Fraker; D. Fitzpatrick; J. Rhines; H. Henson; Henson & Sprague; Ida J. Payne; Wm. Nichols; O. Baum; C.A. Rayner; F. Strouse; N. Church; A. Henson; R.C. Rhines; C.M. C. Cook; David Duncan; J. Kirby; J. DeMott; R. Blinn; Mary E. Kirk; Jones & Porter; Jos. Boice; C. A. Brown; T & C. Hayward; A. Cook; C. & C. Carpenter; Jac Hinlen; A. DeWitt; B.E. Amspoker; A.D. Coomer; J. Hickle; Jas Hatheway; A. Peck; M. Gronbaugh; Jno. Bard; School; Jas. Redford; W. Bannister; C. Bannister; Wm. Daggett; Geo. Daggett; Wm. Daggett; Jas. Redford; W. Tegore; E.J. Foster; Wm. Daggett; Cattle Petree; Wm. Moon; E. Hall; P. Stanley; E. Coss; School; J.P. Stanley; O.D. Richmond; W. Jolly; H. McArthur; Jas. Anstey; Danley & Rathburn; Sam’l. Grubaugh; Bridgeville; Jas. Anstey; E. Hall; James & Porter; State Land; Jolly Lake; M. Williams; Jas. Barrett; Wm. Brown; Fred’k. Ballenger; C.W. Carter; D. Hay; H. Sheldon; Jones & Porter;F.L. Parker; Thos. Killbaney; O. Mason; A. Preston; W.F. & R.E. Davis; Sam’l. Strauser; Judson & Wiley; Henry Sisson; Wm. Ball; Wm. Williams; S. Stormfelt; W. Smith; H. Devries ; J. Prickett; Mary Salliotte, Geo Brown; Sam’l McMaster; J. L. Whitford; W.L. Battell; D.H. Alldaffer; J.R. Carter; Holmes; W. Ordway; W. Kiser; Phil Thomas; Saw & Hoop Mill; Jones & Porter; L. M. Sutphin; C. Caswell; L. Palmer; C.E. Beck; Stevens; Milford Cordry; D.C. Cronk; D. McArthur; J. Grubaugh; Jerry Grubaugh; Chas McOmber; Geo Keller; Sam’l Grubaugh; B. Grubaugh; C. Gardner; H. Rathburn; Jos Boyles; F. Grubaugh; B. Grubaugh; Jos. Grubaugh; Jac. Grubaugh; Perry Allen; M.J. Russell; F. Grubaugh; I. Zeigler; Jas Anstey; T. Keck; Y.M. Wyman; Ann Clymer; D.A. Dota; Albert Pearson; I Koontz; W.F. & R.E. Davis; O.L. Spaulding; Jos. Hankey; J.G. Daivs; J. Palmer; Julia Camp; F. Keyser; School; J. Bixbee; Elijah Bovee; Sara Blynn; Geo Griffith; W. Lott; Geo Hibbard; H.F. Anten; W. Walker; A.D. Coomer; S.Stormfelt; Wm. Ball; Wm. Tate; H. Billo; Geo Cordry; E. Darling; J. F. Randolph; H.C. Brubaker; J. Walker; O. Schoemaker; T.F. Grodt; J.F. Randolph; J. Brubaker; W. Smothers; T.J. Wagner; Jno. Freeman; H. Hart; Jas. Murray; C. Titus; Rosetta Patterson; Jno. Odell; Mar Odell; J.A. Stewart; L. Wagner; Burr Dexter; J.W. Daggett; S.H. Kiser; Jones & Porter; Wm. Remaley; C. Remaley; A. Whitney; H. Edden; L. Palmer; E. Whitney; Mary Betzer; Major Worden; A. Remaley; H. Palmer; Geo. O. Dowd; D. E. Hatterman. Note:

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Page  59 Se -hwhes to the, -Milej -W 94 V kit Lex. _Wus7rrýel L6 -, -.'- -A %. H r ior& ect-r&-qýpl""ýsiO72-lPjmv.,wp-F- -j,'&s.-Leae7z1 Wiectzc7ne/ '80 0 e-. 11 'm - - 80 5 -40 78 -H-ps. Jas. Clark 40 11 11 - 4 AXý T. carrmtn/.160 GoodmZe, f57 85 I.--, CýWaffathtuv-ccx- 11 - R 80 V, 40 80 ra 4 40. e1% L Yrawk maim c, e.- 11 c -W, -ff o- o vle-P -Widdlev &OUZ& -A -Z T M. ýPh irel 47 80:04 5 40.- Zý.40 z DrP-"7- 40 -IWF,!,m 20 120 Co X i4 ek ýp 20 40 Mfxrk 40 40 40 80 40 A -7 T R jav won/ D -C 10 &077ýý GO-UZ& 80 40 will. 40 Sul in *I Geapcv 7/ 4o Jo- nes YoPtap &Owl& L via I... ].: U-1-1 i Jo- 7vnj--8a7.,d,, f ' N Il 11 160 1 Fri I HE 19 n 40 11 J07WS S. &OUZW,/ -Tzdllel Z",:P(Tpier 40 40 40 E cz T,,, R C Ta N o. 4 Jo -Davis Qlý so Tor e.-r 40 Stode, of'-AbOv llýBebe-P 14ý Aký Title: ELBA 9 N 1 W Keywords: DISTRICT No. 7; DISTRICT No. 6; DISTRICT No. 4; DISTRICT No. 8; DISTRICT No. 3; FRAC. DIST. No. 5; DISTRICT No. 5; DISTRICT No. 1; DISTRICT No. 2; FRAC. DIST. No. 2; FRAC. DIST. No. 3; Maple River; Michigan Meridian Line; State Road; Linburger Drain; Iron Tram Road; T.A.A. & N.M. R.R.; T.S. & M. R.R.; School; Wilbur Markham; Reaume & Labadie; Frank Riddle; M.W. Bullock; L. M. Hutchinson; Wm. Proctor; T. McC.; Miller; E.A. Fuller; E. Drew; N.R.; H. Couch; D. Frost; Miller; Alex Bushre; J.A. McFarlan; Proctor & Card; F. Knapp; Geo Hathaway; C.C. Hoover; Wm. Markham; B. Markham; W. Markham; Dan’l. Robinalt; L.A. Gould; A.H. Phinney; M. Preston; L.H. Kelley; C. Ranney; Mrs Leach; A. Shellenberger; S. Goodale; E. Carman; C.W. Aldrich; Phinney & Bullock; Phinney & Bullock; School; C.N. Eisentrayer; F. Hershey; F. H. Gould; Mrs. Jas. Clark; C.J. Rumsey; J. M. Phylaire; J.L. Hutchins; L.H. Marriott; Gould; F.L. Parker; Jas Fuller; Lucinda Fuller; J.W. Ward; A.B. Lindley; A.D. Allen; School; H. M. Perrin; L.A. Gould; Hugh McQuistion; S. Mill; Res; H.W. Shafer; B. Buckminster; A. Shellenbarger; H. Shellenbarger; A. Shellenbarger; S. Goodale; M.W. Bullock; Sarah Odell; Res; Jas Wolston; Geo Bard; John Bard; E. Nardin; A.G. Noble; S. Stone; F.H. Gould; Marx & Heintzen; L.T. Smith; E. Nardin; J. Upton; Phinney & Bullock; Potter ; L. A. Gould; Jones & Porter; W. O. Wilson; L.P. Gould; B. Carmichael; H. Moore; Joel Bensinger; J.L. Hutchins; J.A. Cooper; Jones & Porter; L.P. Gould; C. Randle; D. Randle; S.S. Tuttle; Jane Davis; Jones & Porter; Jones & Porter; A. Barney; G.S. Davis; Wm Call; S.S. Davis; S. Hinch; J. Riley; Mary Osborn; Wm Hane; Portable S. Mill; M. Osborn; L.A. Gould; M. Osborn; L. Merriott; Portable Saw Mill; Carroll & Spencer; E.R. Hutchins; E. Martin; F. Evans; I.T. Smith; Marx & Heintzen; S.E. Gillam; Smith & Sullivan; A. Gould; A.J. Hammon; W.F. Moore; F.H. Gould; Josiah Upton; E.W. Cobb; E.M. Wells; L. Miller; H. Selterington; W.H. McBride; A. Sickles; State of Mich.; State of Mich; D.W. Zacharias; State of Mich.; D.W. Zacharias; R. Tracksel; G. Gilman; Chas Root; L. Smith; D. Crook; Beber; C.F. Ledyard; S. Harris; S. S. Davis; W.A. Butler; David Crook; D. Stiff; J.D. Scott; S.S. Davis; Jones & Porter; Eli Martin; D. Winget; H. M. Davidson; Mary Davidson; J.W. Mentor; W. A. Butler; Wheeler & Wilcox; Samuel Hatfield; W. H. Bailey; T. Woolmer; E.C. Davis; H.P. Cobb; O. B. Campbell; A. McQuistion; O.B. Campbell; O.B. Campbell; Adelaide Stevenson; I.T. Smith; S.M. Post; Butterfield & Foote; G. McBain; Smith & Sullivan; R.H. Russell; G.C. Fitch; O.L. Spaulding; Jones T. Porter; E.W. Sparrow; J & M A Tyler; L.P. Gould; W.H. McBride; R.R. Smith; State ; E. Hall; Bristol; D. Gould Est.; J. Bishop; O.L. Spaulding; J.F. Smitherman; W.H. Davidson; M. Brown; W.W. Woolley; Stephen Hubbard; F.H. Rutter; J. Day; W.H. Sharp; J.H. Sharp; School; S.S. Mentor; Wm. Heinze; Robt Crook; Geo Doust; Res; Mary Watson; B.C. Brewer; Levi Nelson; Jno Nelson; John Scott; A. Martin; C. Benedict; Robt Crook; A. Oberlin; I.D. Crippen; School; D.W. Zacharias; W.F. Fox; G.R. Fox; O.B. Campbell; W.H. Matterson; Ditch; E. Matterson; Krom & Hayes Ditch; Wm. A. Krom; E. Myers; Nath. Myers; Res; J. Bigham; S. Cook; Ernest Heinze; A. Taylor; Ernest Heinze; Lamb Ditch; R. Terrell; F.M. King; N. Church; Judson & Wiley; N.W. Daggett; F. Newsom; D. Kellsy; Res; D. Gower; J.L. Deveraux; J. Convis; Martha Thomas; J. Kirby ; Mrs. L. Cook; A. Landi; N.W. Kaltrider; J.S. Howell; H. Read; F. Newson; Wm Rawson; C. Greenly; Jac Bishop; School; J. Tupper; Wm. Emery; R.R. Smith; J.E. Moore; S Burlingame; A Sperbeck; H. Manning; D. McCabe; L. Burlingame Hrs; Res; Henry Bradley; A.J. Brown; A. R. Burgess; Res; Jac Bishop; L. Schlarf; Res; J.W. Smith; R. R. Smith; A. Reynolds; Res; Res; Davidson & Kneeland; Lucy Parker; D.R. Hammond; F.L. Parker; J.R. Barber; Isaac Smith; Ralph Sutfin; Emily Brownell; G.W. Tuttle; Emily Lumbert; Mary Stewart; W.H. Ricely; M. Hayes; L. Hayes Jr.; L. Hayes Sr.; Res; Wm. A. Krom; I. Smith; I.H. Mattison; H. Setterington; G. Fisher; Res ; A.H. Steadman; Eri Mitchell; Emily Fitzgerald; Geo Krom; Res; School; Geo Krom; John Addison; D.B. Bates; H. Gatehouse; S. Ream; R. Decker; C.W. Bailey; Jos. Addison; M. Lewis; M.S. Doyle; J.M. Davidson; M.E. Lamb; Mrs Kaltrider; L Hinley; G. Kriner; Mercy Mercer; J. Young; O. Blakely; Eliz Sturges; S.M. Post; J. Kirby; G.W. Page; L. Persons; Wm. Nye; Wm. Morrison; Truman Pierce; Res; Chas. Root Hrs.; E. Bensinger; W. Smith; B. Miller; W.R. Vansickel; Emmet Brace; D.W. Sutfin; W. Hire; A.L. Parker; J. Gleason; P. Hoover; H. Moulton; A. Capen; G. Woolley; H. Moulton; W. C. Woolley; Ralph Sutfin; School; S. H. Haugh; A.M. Bannister; F. Seabring; Alonzo Peterson; W.W. Woolley; D.B. Woolley; J. B. Woolley; Isaac Woolley; S. E. Peterson ; Wm. Smith; B. Hunter; E. Meacham; Jac Scott; C. Huston; J. Page; Wm. D. Letts; Mary A. Letts; L. Crego; E. Hinzie; N. L. Higbie; Mary Cummins; Geo Davidson; E. Mort; Wm. Call; M.E. Lamb; N. Lamb; C. Emmert; C. Morse; J.E. Higbie; Res; Jac Moyer; Chains; Cem.; H. Mitchell; ASHLEY; BANNISTER Note:

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Page  62-63 II \^\Pr. -B w-Il oc e*k ltS. ^S< JrCLrcu r'uapct Ke- J~chl I3c TeZs ' S< & p \ ^^S, Rhzubottorv &* ~~~ZZc \ ^ IK \ ^S0 CIUarUc~aZ (1%~~ K it\ 71,8^ ^;" ' ^a^^'ltT~r V\0 %a^ 77 5 --C,707 r' 77 j^ J.^^^fi-^e ^ -*. ^ -mr *s ^.*- *^ g^ BS - - ^vSw^^vB-~?" *'-"^^N"^^,?1 ''sl-S AS-HLEY ELBA. TWP. Scale) 20 -Rocls -to arvlnchi, Jj ~ ~ 7 Z n 8~f 0L 72C// /T o 4,0. 5ý a/ - TTr'. -P-roelfio-P ZO. 3 cr l StryT^Q e-, - hay ev.T1 Gree5TV T771, ~u~kv~r ASHLEY BUSINESS IREIqER** * *-ENCES. || BERT C. SICKLES, President,,, GEO. DOUGLASS., Clerk. W___ M. J. BARKER, Treasurer.:". X. IP BUS H, Assessor. ^i \ ~L. M. HUTCHINSON, St. Comn. CHARLES E. HENRY, Trustee, one g.;*At:. FPRENCH, Trustee,, one year.. JACOB M. WVILTSE, Trustee, one ya,'.. \ ~JOHN H. TRIPP,, Trustee, two years..g THOMPSON KIRBY, Trustee, two y C. C. GREEN, Trustee, two years. -HP,. uy.L-rwzvm ELIBA TW P. S ceae 6 -Rods to c-M. IncW ^^(^ Siavrn &. ad^ -B(Xg'77'3f BA^^ISPC ^r^. h (0 ^ i y E R n** % A / M C - I V - 70 9. 9 ' i to ( 63 *: Jl^ T^tt r-#wF 7' czt/f. -B, * 9 Xa-pk'h~ctnv^ m * 1 ' B.^/ Ico 9 I - ___ '-------, ------- - ~ - -,- -JI __ \. --^-j1 h.* ^. 6- * ^. CO _______ B- " E: -.^. C^.^ i^___ HARVEY. Jg 3 * ^"" ^^s^; 1^1. T t } ^ B~ m^ S.CKCLS p Dcu.w A o/ SECTI ON 367 366 365 36# 368 369 371 370 372 3 -73s 375f 374 -376 '377] 379 -2,7 380 3&7.383 3ffa?; 384- 3^.387.386.388 3A9q. 397 39f0 39Z, 393 396 397 4-01 400 3-99 3.9,5 LI N E _ ___ ~^ ^ c^ SECTION LIN E ST.~ f- 18 -18 18 19 197 -1 667 6G 65< 67 68^ ~.3 -^\ %/\ A\ ^/ \. ^f_\ ^ -- <H3^; le 5 64X0 ^ ^ v73^t- 69 g-/C,3?159 18 184- 169^ 63* Vo 162\ _ Q 8 -360 1W 0^ ^ 2.3l 76^~3 0 50 96^^ 77 Bhi\ ^^^ Jy OAK S.6 '73vws i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 5 80"J/J ^ 3 7 ^ Z ^ ^^SSJff 3S| w c/. / j 3af^ ~7K 3*^ -^ - " ^ X 5? jS/ Jy / i *^P 36 3- I" 29 537 ^ ~ r^55 36 F sssam z*'cVg rtj ^ ^ / ^y / --3S-- r^- _____ O ______ __________ _5_ ll m m \\ \ 35 /^-fKfizw^f 3''.W ^^5 ^- B ^5? ^ 'S ^ ^ /~~R4- 4-7e~rG11."^ 3S^ 1 35 4 S SI-^ \ /\.'^W~~~~~4 87..*.. ' ^ ^.~^ ^:,^ ____ ^^^ 1 B-\ / ^y INE. ST ^-77^45 F*1 RST. ST.. M. S. S-B.C. ~ 61t~~ iz;taew M Tffiiyý sweBc;6 MM.E.CH. SCHOOLQ HOUSEg EM__ Cl.-D*+h e ^ 1L\, 4 L-^ SECONt ' 7 ' ^ ^ A 5 "i'^jl *. rn i RD z 3. *. 4- i \ ^ ^,':^^-, n D Mo 10 0 " ST;,: M.j < ^~- -< A. SE e, -ru -b Z/Z ctvs C e-r* Z3ay E3-ae/s. I. p ASEL13Y BUILDING AND LOANAS'OCIATION. Capital Stock, $2590,,^ Authorized Capital, $500,000. A. Starweathi.. reident. M. Wallace Bullock, Secretary. Co E.5ýittenden, Treas. S. J.Haring, Atty.;j ASHLEY MANUFACTURING C Capital, 45,000- C. C. Green, President. Gez^' Mead, Secly. -C. E. Beck, Treasurer. M. W.' lock and C. E. Chittenden, Directors. ed cu s. Tr"ol ZsLto TV}. M. WALLiACE BULLiOCK, Broki^r iursance and Real Estate Agent. W. 1. BARKER, Dealer in Drugs,, 01 Paints, Books, Stationery, and Toilet and Fancy, ^dOs. C. 30. BECK, Dealer 'in Dry Goods, Groce, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Glas C.e Noo^ tions, and all goods usually kept in art-cdass store. Farm Produce bought and sold. THOMAS E. BROWN, Carpenter, Conlt'Aor and Builder. 1 N. W. DAGGETT, Dealer in Dry Goods,".,ocenies, Boots, 'Shoes, and Notions. G. W. DABOLsT, Proprietor of Central Hog just east of Depot. Choice Wines, iqOrs a Cigars. DUNHAM & REEVE, Dealers in Gen Hard. ware and Agricultural Implements, Paint ilsv <&C. e"f: 0. --B czL -9 di MRS. L,, HEJSON, Proprietor Ashlje ^onse. Transient trade solicited. First-Class Accommdations. I I -X. 'V..S. 4 -^fc=-^ <5.^ -7 6 j^ Jl, ^t \~row7i fnviOL l^^^nn. -*- 3:"^ "*:*J-'*1"-; *;----^" -- - - - - - ~ ~ ~ - - - - ^ 1- 7 -1 9 * 70 > 70 77 ^ ELBA ro5 T. 77 W EST ELBA ^"^TT^'. L"7 a I- Schol ^N^ -7 -- --o:>d i~SCD CV) __________________N E L. 'C'v\ ~ ~ m u vv IN L L-~ 0L1..^Q4 Ma~ -7 - f 7?~ 3 *^*^:*; 3. ^' ' ^& ST. 74 7^7 70797.6 p;70-\. 9' 8'l7^ ^ 6 5 574- 73 7k -77 70 9,6 -1 6 ^ ' * * ~~-bepot.^ \ S ' f^ -- ^ ^ EC7-/_O _ \, _ __ - L/ At E 'Yo P,-y ' -7 2 3-5 6~ i 3M 7: P., 3-- 56 P- \ 3. 415'6 ' 8 9 Pf77 7.V 1 38." 74- 75 -7,Z 7-.7 1 3 7 P 77 70\ V 176' -75 74 77 P, 77 7<7 E LB A S ST. 6. Q 7, 6 5 5 -. 6 ^, 1A X ^:? - 6.., ^ *^.;::;.(o '-; *;:'-**,.\1''^^ 2 -r0 ^ _____________________________S. U LLJ z '.1 FOURTH S T. Eft'a/s -L, ew-0 ICU. _. aq6 fr------ " ^ I.X.A7eV Z --- I I.11 ^ ___to BANNISTER -BUSINESS RlEFER-, POMPEI BUSINESS REFERENCES..ENCESM. -X* W. WIIcaw" u Z / ~ ~ L El) /* ^i 4' i 30/_ 306,. 4-7. 'fog, h37;. ' 32. 307^ ^ c ^ 417 S^? -0 334- god7 0:7B < *IS 412 -- -9---3z-~~ __________WALLACE____ ' 3 ---. __-A,-... __ ~ L.,- -, ^ - - - 4-3 741 Z. I ý 1.7 j5 IP.H ^ * j pK y '*~ p:' *,:.. -J- * is.S ^SN^(^hoLs ^ 5 p^'; * (s 'r-^ ^ fe 'K., |; - SCONG,- E 6 mfajo tY 3 BJ.HRN ScH~~f~~tili^ * '151,-17 ^ \| \..A B ^.^ --- Q, -^ -~- j --i-- \-\ - 0 __ I L A ^^7 ^s^ < we -j --- Q; --|s___L 7 ^ j \ \"i is-ls - -- -- ----~~S - e_ --- e-, p " _ iz - ^ \^ I M n H^ ^3 -9 jr t Lp T t- --lzg^ \ PIN Y. 4-9 1 7 -737 Li ^ \ \ hve o 243r--- 24e T ^f ___ 19 73-9 odat --- _j^_ _^~~~~~~~~-j ^ - - | 1 \ \'-.3^ T 261 27 2-^8 ^ Z 8S5S Z.936 S \ -^r- --- A I>-Sl -f-- -f- ^ k \ J^ 26198 280 28a 9 '91 ^ ^ ^C \\.Sgg k ^ __gz 78 Zgo S3j I | ^. ^ ^ -' --ST;,*...------------.- V \^GOGEE Xsci \ \ * - nd hoe, e S..RBN S \h, KEL, S, S ______._ ________ ____ /\ \ -La, nda 7 \\\ A ST-to 34\ Ml. -l. M.....Z....>.. i Attorney and Counsellor atA Druggist and- Physician, KIRBY, Stone Mason and MEAD, Secretary Ashley Mj [cOCARtLY, Proprietor Livei',,igs. Special Inducements to iBU~tiOCK. De'alers min 'Dealer in Groceries, Cooper )ps of all kinds. Flat Hoo _B cu-r4 611" CLUTTERBtUCK, Dealer.x oves and Hosiery. 50N, Undertaker and Dealer. ATVG3E, Physician and Surgev & OUITTENDEN, M anu d Headings. EARL, Attorney and Coun vP Clerk. rEATHER, Proprietol? of? ýr in Lumber and Building Maý BE, Proprietor Ashley Rollqe r Wheat and Grain. TISTON, Farmer and Prop dill, on Sec. x Elba Twp. j T 0/'7 7 -V>Ty -A" and spe^^ Fur 7 > 8 8 4L E. C. BROWN, Dealer in General Merchandise, Choice Family Groceries and the very best- Teas, Coffees and Pure Spices specialties. T. A. HANVEY, Dealer in Furniture,- Twp Treas., and Notary Public. A* ff. STEADMAN, Carpenter and Joiner. Residence -I mile east of Bannister. 30. MEACHAM, Supervisor of Townsep and Farmer. Res. on Section 35. L. F. RANDOLPH, justice of Peace and Millet, Res.-on Section 27. DANIEL KELLSY, justice of Peace, and Farmer. Res. Sec. 30. JAMES ANSTEY, Proprietor Grain Elevator,. Dealer in Wool, Seeds, Grain, Lime, Lumber, Salt, Cement, Lath, Shingles, Hairg Drain-tile, Sewer-pipe, Plaster, Produce, etc. Pays the highest market price for everything in his line. 30. H. ARNOLD, Proprietor Hotel and Feed Barn. 13. P. BRADLEY, Farmer and Dealer in Real Estate. J. DEiLONG-, IsHeadquarters for Hardware and Farm.Tools. 'Where one hundred cents make $1.00, and a child can buy as cheap as a man. Has everythiing usually kept in a first-class store. Agent - or the celebrated "t Tiger" oeRkTde and Hay-loader. -Stoddard Disc Harrow. Monarch and Triumph Grain Drill. Whipple Wheel and Float Harrows. The U. T. K. Steel Frame Harrow, and best plows in the market. Also the Minneapolis Steel Binder and Mower. Comer of Fulton Avenue and Main Sireet. GEORGE ENGLISH, Produce, Saw Mill, and General Farmer. B. A. HICKS, Dealer in General Merchandise. No cheap goods, but good goods cheap. Highest market price paid in cash for -butter and eggs. J. HAMILTON M. 'D., Associate County Coroner. Calls promptly answered night or day. BEAVER BROS., Keep constantly on hand everything in the line of Dry Goods, Clothing,, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, and Gents Furnishing Goods'. Prices always as low as the lowest. Cash paid for. butter and eggs. THE MIIRADOR. Published by William W. Secord. job Printing of every description executed in. the-best style of the art, at lowest living rates. POJMP I.w Ps. Scale &0 -Rods -to az.- I-rve7Lh F -U LTON a WASH IN GTON T. *. I - * *: ^ ': Q:!( C o B U RTO N 37_______ S.;^ - " " ^r "g " 'r ~:. -^ ' = ^ ^ - y -^-- ^C m tc o - - t^ ' s t Fg FU L TO 0 N AV E. f~j 5 p - -.-- -- -- * (M 7d fm \_ - ^ A^ Li "" ' '* * ' i i l l- l ^ g3 B B '-- ^r 0:SXVT^ < ^'"'*>t3-t.0 m ug - B -_ S S' ** -";t; ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -;r L. ^ ^ ^ _ ^ l. _ ^:~ A _ -! - iE -. 2: _ i L6 L) CA_____ ----- _____ ^ -._______________ (*I1 _________ _*1 ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' n T T T T + T ~ r m i | u ) r | r L L!) I n i '. '" S 1 N ~ E C ~ Q J 70 777- 77_3 g~~y -7-75|jI / ^ 1 ^ ^""^T^r^ "^ ^ ^ &.S' ^ 1^ k:"^ ' r^ I<i 0. 0; ' ^; Eq j -e Sa7m5||^ ffe X a- no SSONtc q~c~. A" al % k t I ý,. S. o o d, tLZ/e it t'"I t il ill I i,.l f it i;I*!,! ti!, 11 i V- t1 OWE T: C- - 7-. - r r/lz.g f: r o? 1ýLC/ "I ------------------------- -^ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------_______^____------__^--.., ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^,M,|,|||||,|||,,,|,,,|,,| iS_'.'__. ___ ^ __.____ ___,:-..:,.r-.'-^-,1:1..-.^**.:;,^.:.,;^,;:;^-.;'-^ ';,.: \,.*.*.;/: ^.,.-,,..:,,^afH<;. ^^N^^^^/'^^' Title: ASHLEY, Elba Twp.; BANNISTER, Elba Twp.; POMPEI, Keywords: Kech & Wells; M.W. Bullock; Brainard & Rhubottom; Starkweather & Clifford; Charcoal Kilns; L. M. Hutchinson; Wm. Proctor; Kinney; Miller; F. Styles; H.M. Thayer; C. Green; C. Huff; B. Markham; H. Holmes; W. Vance; Wm. Markham. B. Markham; Section Line; Section Line St.; First St..; T.A.A. & N.M. R.R.; Phinney’s Add.; Haring St.; Reed St.; T.S. & M. R.R.; Adams St.; Elm St.; Second St; Lynn St.; Third St.; Oak St.; Fourth St.; Chas Haskins; Wm. Steel; Drake; D. Hinman; S.J. Haring; P & B; Salliotte & Chittenden; Starkweather & Clifford Planing Mill; Round House; R.R. Co.; P&B. ;Chas Hopper; C. Bauder; E.S. Bailey; J. Bush; Wardell; Bapt Ch; R.H. Wier; I.O.O.F. Hall; E.C. Hambleton; T. Hirt; B. Field; M. Netxorg; Mary Davidson; Phinney & Bullock ; A. Shellenbarger; Central House; F. Knapp; A.J. Sweet; M.E.C.H.; School House; Centre St.; SHELLENBARGER’S ADD.; Adams St.; Res.; Jas Wolston; J.H. young; A. H. Baker; S. Benchley; F. Sexton; John Hatfield; Jane Vanderhoof; Haring St.; L.E. Criss; B LaClear; E. Harmon; Jas. Griffin; K.S. Searle; J.H. Davidson; N.W. Daggett; PARK; Asher Cooper; G.P. Dudley; DUDLEY’S 2ND ADD.; DUDLEY’S ADD.; Pine St.; Ash St.; Wallace St.; Quarter Line St.; Park St.; Congl. Ch.; Stirling St. ; New St.; S.G. Mill; J. M. Wiltse; G. Dunshee; N.W. Wilcox Brick Yard; Ashley; Jail & City Bulding; Ashley M’fg Co.; BULLOCK’S ADD.; S & C; Steam, Saw, Hoop & Stave Mill; Salliotte & Chittenden; H. Shellenbarger; Ashery; Ed. Kinney; Section Line; John Bard; Geo Bard; F. Nichols; M. Worden; GOODALE’S ADD.; Phiney St.; Ann St.; S. Goodale; W.B. Roof; Isabella Helt; W.H. Worth; M.W. Bullock; A. Shellenbarger; Marx & Heintzen; Iron Tram Road; Fulton & Washington Twps.; Maple River; River St.; Brownell St.; Harvey St.; Main St. ; Section Line; T.A.A. & N.M. R.R.; Elba St.; Nell St.; State St.; Water St.; Maple St.; West Elba; Short St.; Gove St.; First St.; Second St.; Third St.; Fourth St.; Fifth St.; SUTFIN’S ADD.; J.W. Harris; Hoop Sh.; Saw Mill; Stave & Heading Mill; M.E. Ch.; Saw & Planing Mill; R.R.S.; R.R. Smith; E.C. Brown; Res; Mill & Elevator; Depot; Hotel; E.C. Brown; P.O. & Store; Res; T.A. Harvey; School No. 1; Fulton & Washington Twps.; Burton St.; Fulton Ave.; Fifth St.; State St.; Fulton Twp.; Washington Twp.; Foster St.; B.P. Bradley; Res.; M.E. DeLano; Feed Mill; Arnold House; J. Delong; Hardware.; J. Wurts; Geo. English; Hinckley Stave Co. Saw Mill; Planing Mill; Toledo, Saginaw & Muskegon R.R.; Depot ;Stock Yds.; Elevator; J.A. Anstey; Gen’l Store; P.O.; Seaver Bros.; B.A. Hicks; Gen’l Store; Saw Stave Heading & Planing Mill; Geo English; ¼ line Sec 18; ¼ line sec 7; W.W.Armstrong; E. H. Collar; J. B. Willoughby Note: Ashley Business References. Officials. Bert C. Sickles, President. Geo Douglass, clerk. Wm. J. Barker, Treasurer. J.P. Bush, Assessor. L.M. Hutchinson, St.Com. Charles S. Henry, Trustee, one year. A.J. French, Trustee, one year. Jacob M. Wiltse, Trustee, one year. John H. Tripp, Trustee, two years. Thompson Kirby, Trustee, two years. C.C. Green, Trustee, two years.; Ashley Building and Loan Association. Capitol Stock, $250,000. Authorized Capital, $500,000. A. Starkweather, President. M. Wallace Bullock, Secretary. C.E. Chittenden, Treas. S.J. Haring, Att’y. Ashley Manufacturing Co. Capital, $5,000. C.C. Green, President. Geo. W. Mead, Sec’y. C.E. Beck, Treasurer. M.W. Bullock and C.E. Chittenden, Directors. M. Wallace Bullock, Broker, Insurance, and Real Estate Agent. W. J. Barker, Dealer in Drugs, Oils, Paints, Books, Stationery, and Toilet and Fancy Goods. C.E. Beck, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes, Hardware, Glass ware, Notions, and all goods usually kept in a first-class store, Farm Produce bought and sold. Thomas E. Brown, Carpenter, Contractor, and Builder. N.W. Daggett, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, and Notions. G.W. Dabolt, Proprietor of Central House. Just east of Depot. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Dunham & Reeve, Dealers in General Hardware and Agricultural Implements, Paints, Oils, &c. Mrs. L. Huson, Proprietor Ashley House. Transient trade solicited. First-Class accommodations. S.J. Haring, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. W.A. Hale, Druggist and Physician. Thompson Kirby, Stone Mason and Justice of the Peace. George W. Mead, Secretary Ashley Mfg. Co. Willliam McCarty, Proprietor Livery Stable. First-Class Rigs. Special Inducements to Commercial Men. Phinney & Bullock. Dealers in Real Estate. B.F. Pease, Dealer in Groceries, Cooperage and Shaved Hoops of all kinds. Flat Hoops a specialty. George E. Clutterbuck, Dealer in Boots and Shoes, Gloves and Hosiery. J.H. Robinson, Undertaker and Dealer in Furniture. D.W. Rumbaugh, Physician and Surgeon. Salliotte & Chittenden, Manufacturers of Staves and Headings. Kelly S. Searl, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Twp. Clerk. A. Starkweather, Proprietor of Planing Mill. Dealer in Lumber and Building Materials. J.M. Wiltse, Proprietor Ashley Roller Mills. Cash paid for Wheat and Grain. Hugh McQuiston, Farmer and Proprietor of Steam Saw-Mill, on sec. 1 Elba Twp. ; Bannister Business References. E.C. Brown, Dealer in General Merchandise, Choice Family Groceries and the very best Teas, Coffees and Pure Spices specialties. T.A. Hanvey, Dealer in Furniture, Twp Treas., and Notary Public. A.H. Steadman, Carpenter and Joiner. Residence 1 mile east of Bannister. E. Meacham, Supervisor of Townsh’p and Farmer. Res. on Section 35. L.F. Randolph, Justice of Peace and Miller. Res. on Section 27. Daniel Kellsy, Justice of Peace and Farmer. Res. on Sec. 30.; Pompei Business References.. James Anstey, Proprietor Grain Elevator, Dealer in Wool, Seeds, Grain, Lime, Lumber, Salt, Cement, Lath, Shingles, Hair, Drain-tile, Sewer-pipe, Plaster, Produce, etc. Pays the highest market price for everything in his line. E.H. Arnold, Proprietor Hotel and Feed Barn. B.P. Bradley, Farmer and Dealer in Real Estate. J. Delong, Is Heaquarters for Hardware and Farm Tools. Where one hundred cents make $1.00, and a child can buy as cheap as a man. Has everything usually kept in a first-class store. Agent for the celebrated “Tiger” Mower, Rake, Tedder and Hay-loader. Stoddard Disk Harrow. Monarch and Triumph Grain Drill. Whipple Wheel and Float Harrows. The U.T.K. Steel Frame Harrow, and best plows in the market. Also the Minneapolis Steel Binder and Mower. Corner of Fulton Avenue and Main Street. George English, Produce, Saw Mill and General Farmer. B.A. Hicks, Dealer in General Merchandise. No cheap goods, but good goods cheap. Highest market price paid in cash for butter and eggs. J. Hamilton M.D., Associate County Coroner. Calls promptly answered night or day. Seaver Bros. Keep constantly on hand everything in the line of Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, and Gents Furnishing Goods. Prices always as low as the lowest. Cash paid for butter and eggs. The Mirador. Published by William W. Secord. 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Page  65 65 LIST OF PATRONS FOR THE AE OF GRATIOTI COUNTY, MICHIGAN 7LAS ARCADA TOWNSHIP, ELBA TOWNSHIP. ARCADA TOWNSHIP. NAME. Alma News Co.. Altenburg, D. W.. Brown, C. F... Bahlke, W. A.. Clark, Jas. L... Dunham, John.. Everden, 0. M... Ely, D. & F. D... Gargett, James... Hunting, Geo. F.. Hale, Morris... Hough, W.L.. ~ Johnson, T. A... Kelly, W. Montigel, J. M. & Co. Moyer, E. F.... Palmer, Francis.-. Paolf'rey, Geo. W. Pollasky Bros.. Reid, Darius.. Spinney, John D). Sullivan, D. R... Stilwell, 0. J.... Turck, W. S. & Co. Tinker & Lancashire Tubb:,J. B.... Woodward, Bert Wright, Sdlneider & Sluttz. Wright & Hooper Wright, A. W.. Webb, B. S... Yerington, A... POST OFFICE. Alma.... Ithaca.... Alma.... Aia L4 41 L6 ~4 ti ~4 k( ~. ( i (( (. ~. Kl ~g t. (i OCCUPATION. Newspapers...... ~ County Surveyor and Farmer Editor" Record "-..... Attorney........ Retired Farmer...... Real Estate.... Pe M. and Asst. P. M.. Retired......... College President...... Physician....... Grocer......... Real Estate and Insurance. Dentist......... Manufacturers...... Saloon......... Attorney -.... * &. Groceries and Provisions. Merchants Farmer......... Attorney......... Farmer......... Teacher......... Bankers.........I Lumber.......... Butcher......... Real Estate...... Merchants........ Farmers......... Hotel Proprietor..... Druggist..... _ Justice of Peace & Insurance Y~ ar NATIVITY. Settled ink Co. Wyoming Co,N. Y. 1866 Ingham Co., Mich. 1886 Ionia Co., Mich.. 1886 Lenawee Co., Mich 1862 Montg'ry Co.,N.Y. 1888 Gratiot Co., Mich.. 1861 N.Y. and Mich.. 1865 Canada..... 1858 Vermont..... 1887 Ohio...... 1887 Eaton Co., Mich. 1886 New Brunswick.. 1862 Michigan.... 1887 Erie Co., Pa.... 1871 Madison Co., N. Y. 1855 Allegany-Co., N. Y. 1872 Cayuga Co., N. Y. 1864 Austria..... 1863 Lapeer Co., Micb..1872 New York.... 1885 Newport, R.I.. 1834 Michigan.... 1880 N. Y and Canada 186t New York.... 1885 Ontario Co., N. Y. 1885 Allegan Co., Mich. 1874 Vt., Prussia & Can. 1882.!81' England.... 1886 Vermont.... 1885 Michigan... 1884 Lenawee Co., Mich. 1866 NAME. Beck, C. E. Brown, Thos. E.. -Barker, W. J... Brown, E. C... Bensinger, Ed.... Bishop, Jacob.. Clutterbuck, Geo. E. Campbell, 0. B.. Dabolt, G. W.. Daggett, -N. W. Dunham & Reeve Day, John. Davidson, J. B. Doust, George.. Haring, S. J.. Hale, W. A... Huson, Mrs. L. Hanvey, T. A... Jones & Porter.. Krom, Wm. A... Krom, George.. Kellsy, Daniel.. Kirby, Thompson Lamb, )N.... Mead, Geo. W... McCarty, Wm.. MeQuiston, Hugh Meacham, E... Myers, N. Morrison, Wm. H. Phinney & Bullock Pierce, F... Pease, B. F. Rumbaugh, D. W. Robinson, J. H.. Randolph, L. F.. Salliotte & Chrittenden.. Searl, K. S...-. Starkweather, A.. Smith, J. W.. Smith, R. R.... Steadman, A. H. ~ White, A. M. Wiltbe, J. M... Woolston, Jas.. POST OFFICE. Ashley... Oid Bannister Ashley... Ovid.... Ashley... Bannister. ' a Ashley.. Bannister., hansing.. Elsie.... Bannister.. Ashley... Elsie.... Ashley... Elsie.... Elsie or Bannister. Elsie.... Bannister Ashley and Perrinton Bannister.. Ashley... Ashley. Bannister.. Ashley.. i[,Ashley... ~ OCCUPATION. General Merchandise... Carpenter........ Druggist......... Merchant........ Farmer......... Merchant........ Physician....... Landlord........ Merchant........ Hardware Dealers..... Farmer......... School Director and Farmer Lawyer........ Druggist and Physician.. Hotel Proprietor..... Furniture Dealer..... Real Estate....... Farmer........ Justice of Peace and Farmer Jus. Peace & Stone Mason. School Director and Farmer Livery......... Farmer and Miller.... Supervisor and Farmer.. Farmer........ Real Estate....... Farmer......... Cooper and Grocer.... Physician........ Livery and Undertaker. Justice of Peace and Miller Manufacturers...... Surveyor........ Lumber Manufacturer... Farmer......... Carpenter and Joiner... Book-keeper....... M iller.......... Farmer......... NATIVITY. Holmes Co., O.. Bartholom'w Co.,Ind Michigan.... Clinton Co., Mich. Schuylkiil Co., Pa. Seneca Co., N. Y. Canada..... Clinton Co, Mich.. Lucas Co., 0... Wyoming Co., N. Y. Clinton Co., Mich. Genesee Co., N. Y. Licking Co., 0... Sussex Co., England Summit Co., 0... Du Page Co., 111.. Steuben Co., N. Y. -Rochester, N. Y.. New York.... Sullivan Co., N. Y. Rensselaer Co., N. Y. Knox Co., 0... Oakland Co., Mich. 4C ii Saginaw Co., Mich. Trumbull Co., 0.. Cuyahoga Co,0.. Darke Co., 0.... Orleans Co., N. Y. America..... Ch'ittenden Co., Vt. Tolland Co., Conn. Wayne Co.,0... Madison Co., -N. Y. Delaware Co., 0.. America.. Shiawassee Co., Midii Canada Wells Co., Ind.. Livingston Co., Mich Hillsdale Co., Mich. Saginaw Co., Mich. Ontario Co., N. Y. Year SettIed in Co. 1888 1884 1888 1885 1868 1867 1887 1877 1887 1888 1888 1882 1865 1882 1886 1887 1875 1869 1867 1880 1879 1850 1861 1852 1887 1866 1870 1866 1869 1884 1886 1869 1887 1887 1863 1885 1887 1885 1857 1858 1864 1886 1888 1883 BETHANY AND PINE RIVER TOWNSHIPS. ) I AlthouseC.W.&C C St. Louis.. Andrews, W. P... ~ Barden & Brown. " ~ ~ Crandall, J. A.. * Clark, T. J.... Alma... Clark, John A... St. Louis. Culff, D. 0..... |I ii C;reek, Edward.. Forest Hilt. Doane, J. W... " " ~ Darragh, A. B... St. Louis.. Drury, L. A.. " ~.~ Frost, E. F.... ".. Fox, Bernard.. ". ~ F ox, C. K.... " Giddings, C. W.. " ~ ~ Griffith, J. Wesley... G arbutt, A. R. 4. " ~ Granger, T.M... Parkinson. Greeley Bros.... St. Louis.. Gates, Orrin.. Forest Hill. Hastings, S. S... St. Louis.. Hoskins, E. S... " Hatfield, A. J..... Harrington, H... ".. Hughes Bros... ". Huffman, G. F.. Forest. Hill. Kneeland, F. G... St. Louis.. Kennedy, Stiles.. " Kline, John.... ~ Kemp, Geo. L. " ~ ~ Kroll. Wm..-.... Leonard, Newell. " ~ Long, Geo. W... Lowry, A. H.... ~ Madden, John P.. McOmber, Wm. A. ". Moore, M. J... " ~ Paddock, James.. " Parkinson, J. E... Forest Hill. Reeves, Geo. D... St. Louis.. Ring, Mrs. Z.... Forest Hill. Saviers, L.... St. Louis.. Sweet, G. A.*.. Breckenridge Scovill, B. H... St. Louis.. Vandercook, F. M.. Willett & Phillips... Whitney, T. W... " Wheeler, A... " Wood, H. L. ".. Woodin, H. U..... White, N... ". White, E.R... Forest Hill. Welling, D. E. St. Louis.. ~ Manufacturers...... New York,. ~ ~ Physician........ Trumbull Co., 0... Agricultural Implements N. Y. and Canada.. Attorney & Insurance Agent New York... Farmer......... Kings Co., N. Y... Deputy Sheriff...... Cayuga Co., N. Y.. Supervisor........ Rutland Co., Vt.. ~ Farmer........ Middlesex Co., N. J. S r,,.........Ontario Co., N. Y. ~ Banker......... Michigan..... Livery.......... Lenawee Co., Mich.. Insurance........ New York..... j Retired Farmer..... ".... l Farmer........ ~ Lawyer.... Fairfield Co., Conn..Pro. of "St. Louis Press". Cass Co, Mich... ~ j Lawyer and Insurance... Oakland Co., Mich. ~ Farmer......... Steuben Co., N. Y. I Hotel Proprietors..... Maine...... S| Minister......... Windsor Co., Vt. ". Surveyor.........New York.... Proprietor of " Leader" Marble Works...... Ohio.. t Merchant.. *. * *. Oakland Co., Mich.. | Hardware and Lumber.. lichigan.&... ~ Farmer......... Wayne Co., 0.... Banker......... Michigan..,.. M.D.......... Kentucky.... 0 ~ Supt. Water Works.... Seneca Co., 0. ~. Livery......... Richland Co., 0. ~ Lumberman....... Lenawee Co., Mich.. Attorney........ Schuyler Co., N. Y.. Insurance & Real Estate. Ottawa Co., 0..a. ~ Agt. Am. Ex. Co...... Macomb Co., Mich.. Justice of the Peace.... Michigan Real Estate....... Saratoga Co., N. Y.. Manufacturer...... New York.... ~ Probate Judge...... Jackson Co., Mich. Farmer,......... Greene Co., Pa.... Lawyer......... Trumbull Co., 0.. ~ Farmer........ Nova Scotia.., Banker......... Ohio...... ~ Farmer......... Pennsylvania.. ~ Attorney........ New York... ~ Publisher........ "i I Real Estate....... Michigan.. " Lawyer......... Physician & Surgeon... Washteiaw Co. Mich. Representative...... Wood Co., O. Attorney....... Gratiot Co., Mich... Hotel Proprietor.... New York..... Farmer......... Lake Co., 0.... "i......... M ichigan... 1884 1879 1881 1870 1882 1881 1870 1862 1876 1854 1870 1878 1886 1857 1857 1866 1888 1878 1865 1877 1880 1855 1881 1862 1865 1878 1880 1876 1871 1879 1857 1861 1870 1877 1875 1881 1832 1880 1868 1866 1861 1858 1874 1879 1879 1877 1682 1883 1878 1858 1870 1860 1869 EMERSON TOWNSHIP. Long, John E... Ithaca.... Presbyterian Minister... Columbiana Co., 0. 1880 Pepple, Jesse. '.. ".... Farmer......... Ohio...... 1868 FULTON TOWNSHIP. Anstey, James.. Brodebeck, J... Bradley, B. P... Clark, G.W.... Downs, Edward Densmore, John E. Lewis, M. M... McLean, H... Penfield, W.... Phinney, A. H. Phillips, H. S... Ruppert, Geo. M. Ressequire, J. B. Seaver, I. S.... Secord, W. W... Wright, John S. Willoughby, J. B. Pompei. Middleton Pompei. Perrinton Perrinton Middleton Pompei. Middleton Pompei. Merchant........ Hotel Proprietor __.. Farmer and Real Estate.. Farmer......... School Director and Farmer Farmer..... Fa me ~........ For District No. 5.... School Director and Farmer Real Estate_ Editor and Druggist... School Director and Farmer Merchant........ General Store...... Publisher Highway Commis'r & Farmer Township Clerk and Farmer England.... Morrow Co., 0.. Lorain Co., 0.. Otsego Co., N. Y.. Hancock Co., 0.. Ionia Co., Mich. Hillsdale Co., Mich. Lorain Co., 0o." " Ohio...... Gratiot Co., Mich.. Germany.... New York. Clinton Co., Mich. Michigan '. *. Suffolk Co., England Will Co., 111.... 1854 1860 1873 1854 1865 1858 1855 l873 1884 1856 1856 1880 1873 1886 1853 1867 HAMILTON TOWNSHIP. Betts, C. S... Cornwell, S. A.. Potter, E. M. Sickels,Wm..i. Stul, Geo. H.. Sinclair, H... Sickles Bros... Wight, Mason. Sickels Hasty. Sickels Hasty. Ashley Sickels cc Farmer. Farmer and Township Clerk Foreman......... Foreman and Agent. Farmer & S. Mill Proprietor Farmers......... Millman....... New York... Hancock Co., 0. New York... Vermont..... Niagara Co., N. Y. Michigan.... Ohio...... 1880 1880 1860 1873 1881 1853 1874 1883 I I S.... I I m l iii i ii III ii iili iii,. ~. Il l II I I I I In

Page  66 66 LIST OF PATRONS-GRATIOT COUNTY, MICHIGAN.CONTINUED ITHACA TOWNSHIP. NORTH STAR TOWNSHIP. NAME. Ambler, S. W. & Co. Ashley, E. H... Barstow, A. E. Barstow, WM. M.. Brown, G. T... Barnes, T. S... Church, N.... Church, Bills & Co. Chafey, M. F.... Carpenter, J. P.. Covert, D.T... Everden. J. M.. Fraker, R. J... Hough, S. H... Hasse, F. 1,. T... Heverlo, S. B... Jackson & Brown. Kneeland, F. E.. Kellogg, E. W.;. Leet, W.A. Martin, C. \%V... Moore, Jamfs... Phillips, Wm. L. Peet, K. P.... Rogers, Chas. T. Salter, M. R... Smith, R..... Sawyer. B. H.... Stone, G. P... Seaver, J. H. Sowersby, J. R.. Srodes & Peet... Scott, F. M... Stambaugh, G. W. Scattergood, A. B.. Tucker, W. D.-. The Nelson-Barber Co Wintor, W. E. & Soni Walbridge, E. L.. Whitman Sejar & Co WaterburyC.&M.H! POST OFIC] Ithaca... it ~., ~. <t it.t.. ~, (i., i(, (. o,, ~ E. LTION. NATII Date of VITY., Settle-! metiit. OCCUPA NAME. I Real Estate.... ~ Lal yer... Insurance Agent"...~ Deputy County Treasurer. Sec. Board School Ex... I e'al Estate. "... Bankers.... ~ Cashier 1st National Baikl Physician........ H Hotel Proprietor..... Lawyer...... Surveyor....... ~ Singer Sewing Machines. I Clothier......... Real Estate Agent.... ~ Hardware, Etc........ Railroad Agent... Farmer..... ~ Lawyer..... Register of 'Deeds.... Merchant........ ~ Justice of Peace and Lawyer Farmer..... ~ Furniture and Undertaker. County Chrk....... ~ Publisher..... ~ Prosecuting Attorney. Attorney......... ~ M iller....... ~ Liveryman........ ~ Real Estate.... Bt)ots and Shoes... Agricultural Implements.. Jeweler..... Publisher " Herald'.... ~ General Merchants. Lawyers....... Lawyer.. Liverymen.... Real Estate... New York & Canada England.. |!Madison C)., *.Y Livingston Co.,M'ch. Huron Co., 0... Michigan.. Orleans Co.," N. Y." Seneca Co., N.Y.. Michigan.... St.LawrenceCo.,N.Y. Su:-sex Co., N. J.. Hei ford..... Marion Co., 0. Livingston Co.,Mich. Massachusetts.. Clinton Co.,Mith.. Branch Co., Mich. Chicago, 111.... Bennington Co., Vt. Lorain Co., 0. -. Washtenaw Co.,M ie'h Detroit, Mich... New York.... Indiana. Monroe Co., N. Y. Sr.LawrenceCo. N.Y. Ontario, Canada. Ohio...... Oakland Co., Mich. De Kalb Co., Ind.. Wayne Co., Mich. New York... Madison Co., N. Y. Michigan... RensseleartCo., N.Y.1 1869 1886 1879 1856 1856 1865 1882 1854 1884 1881 1883 1885 1861 1879 1887 1870 1887 1855 1888 1876 1886 1867 1876 1885.1880 1872 1879 1885 1868 1886 1875 1884 1878 1876 1866 lS60 1856 1865 Belding, Geo. W. Bahlke, A. W.. Bowers, J. W.. Cortright, J... Cock, F. H.. Gardner, Frank Kimes, E. L... Kerr, A. L... Nelson, L.F... Robertson, W. E. Smith, George. Scott, S. M.. Turner, Mrs. J.. POST OFFICE. North Star.. North Star. Pompei.... North Star. Poompei... North Star. o, SEVILLE TOWNSHIP. OCCUPATION. NATIVITY. Teacher.......... Fulton Co., 0... Hardware & Farm Implem'ts Ionia Co., Mich.. Farmer.......... Wyandot Co., 0r Hotel and Livery.... Wayne Co., N. Y.. Farmer and Teacher... Clinton Co., Mich.. Stave and Heading Mill. Onondaga Co., N. Y. Supervisor and Postmaster Staik Co., 0... Farmer...... Mercer Co., Pa. Farmer and School Director Madison Co., N. Y. Farmer......... Seneca Co., 0. -. Biiek, Tile and Farmer Onondaga Co., N. Y. Laborer......... Clinton Co., Mich.. ITeacher....... Elgin Co., Canada. Date of Settlemerit. 1856.1885 1879 1874 1859 1887 1876 1-884 1881 1877 1869 1865 1875 Andrews, T. E.. Riverdale. Amsbury, Seeley. IElwell... Alexander, Lewis Summerton Anderson, T. E.. Riverdale Bradley, W. A...... Bradley, Napoleon "c. Campbell, John S. St. Louis. Errett, Jas. R... Forest Hill Fisher, A. B... Elwell.. Fleming, I.L... "1 Fleming, D... Riverdale Grant, Samuel.. Elwell".. Hundy, B. R... Elwell.. Koffenberger, M.. St. Louis.. Ludwick, G.W.. Elwell Miller, R. S... Manion, John. Summerton Moblo, R. E... Riverdale. Morgan, R.R. Elwell.. M allory, W. C.. ". Pitt, Wm. T... " Patterson, T. H..a Strong, W. D... Riverdale. Sheldon, George. Summerton Steel, Thos. c. Van Leuven, L. J. Riverdale. Wells, W. H... ". Wyeth, W. H.. " Welch, James. 'Elwell. ~ Teacher -....... ~ Farmer. ~.... Carpenter and Farmer.. Teacher....... Farmer.. Hotel Proprietor and J. P.. ~ Carpenter and Farmer... Farmer....... General Merchandise Hotel Proprietor and Farmer Farming...... 0.. Farmer and Saw Mill. Highway Com. and Farmer. Justice of Peace and Farm r. Farmer.......... Hardware.. Railroad Mechanic & Farmer Farming........ ~ Supervisor and Farmer. Farmer....... Livery...... Farmer..... Breeder of Blooded Horses; Farmer......... - Farmer and Miller... Farmer...... Micligan.. Michigan. New York. Michigan Sullivan Co., N. Y. New York.. Pennsylvania. Michigan Jackson Co., Mich. Michigan.... Wood Co., 0. Michigan. Germany.. Ohio...... Ireland..... Michigan... Canada Hillkdale Co., Mich. ChautauquaCo,N.Y. Oakland Co., Mich. Canada Prince Edward Islrd New York.... Albany Co., N. Y. Canada..... Ohio... Stark Co, 0... 1870 1861 1884 1870 1869 1869 1874 1871 1855 1865 1865 1880 1880 1864 1878 1877 1858 1882 1878 1854 1878 1869 18t7 18,65. 1884 1854 1.868 1883 1863 L.A FAYETTE TOWNSHIP. 1 Cole, S. M.. McNall, B. F Sisson, P. H. Edgewood.. La Fayette.. Edgewood. ~ Merchant. Stock Raiser ~ Merchant......... Orleans Co., N. Y.. and Farmer. Niagara Co., N, Y......... Erie Co., N. Y... 1870 1881 1880 SUMNER TOWNSHIP. NEW HAVEN TOWNSHIP. Chambers, A J... Townsend, Lee.. Sethton.. Sumner.. ~ Supervisor and Teacher.. Crawford Co., 0..1878. Township Treas. and Farmer Sullivan Co., N. Y. 1865 Bigelow, Samuel Blair, Thomas J. Clow, H. A... Ferris, H. C... Hall, B.... Lathrop, W. B.. McCurdy, Geo.. Seaman, Daniel Tucker, M. W.. Wolford, J.C.. Sumner. Elm Hall Sumner. Elm Hall Riverdale Sumner. 44 Postmas'ter and Merchant. Township Treas. & Merchant Hotel Proprietor & Merchant M iller:.......... Supervisor and Farmer. a Mei chant, Farmer and Miller Township Clerk and Merchant Farmer and Manufacturer. Dealer in Gen. Merchandise Farmer...... New York. Ohio.. New York Ohio... New York. Michigan Pennsylvania New York. 1866 1874 1877 1857 1879 1869 1864 1887 1868 1859 N ORTH SHADE TOWNSHIP. Brice, R. W... Brice, Wm.-.. Clark, John 0.. Casteel, Jesse.. Chamberlin, J. C. England, J. D.. Fyler, Roman.. Gardner, J. B.. Garner, Geo. W. Haring, Hirami Hull, L.C..-. Jolls, Marion.. Loomis, Lewis B. McCuaig, John Moench, Henry R. Proctor, George. Todd, AL... Carzon City Ithaca... Middleton. Maple Rapids Carson City Middleton., Brice... Hubbardstown Middleton.. Maple Rapids. Carzon City., Hubbardstown Carson City. Farmer..... Farmer and County Trcas. Farmer and Cattle Breeder. Farmer & Twp. Drain Com'r. Hotel and Livery..... Farmer and School Director, District No. 2. Farmer, J. P. & Real Est. Dir. Dealer inw Gen. Merchandise General Farmer..... Farmer and Supervisor.. Prop. Maple Shade Stock Farm General Farmer.... Farmer and Township Treas. Farmer and Highway Com. Farmer......... Prop. North Shade Stock Farm Michigan.. England.... Scotland.... Virginia... Michigan.... Madison Co., N. Y. Jefferson Co., N. Y. Oakland Co., Mich. Ohio...... Maryland Catt arau gusCo., N.Y. Yates Co., N. Y.. Canada..... Gratiot Co., Mich.. New York... Branch Co., Mich.. 1856 1854 1865 1871 1853 1872 1867 1875 1877 1857 1852 1861 1860 1854 1881 WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP. Arnold, E. H. Delong, J... English, Geo. Hicks, B. A... Slayton, Leach & Ladd Shaver, Alvin. Sutphin, L, M.. Pompei Ola.. At Ashiey" Hotel and Feed'Stable... 'Hardware...... Saw Mill and Farmer.. Dealer in Gen. Merchandise Stave Heading & Shingle Mill Real Estate....... Farmer.......... Clinton Co., Mich.. England.... St.La% renceCo.,N.Y. Madison Co., 0.. Rensselear Co., N.Y. Niagara Co., N. Y. 1885 1881 1858 1866 1866 1887 1855 WHEELER TOWNSHIP. NEWARK TOWnSHIP. Breckenridge, D.W. Breckenridge Eaton,D). L. C. &Son Merrill. Hood, Francis.. Wheeler.. Howd, C. H... Breckenridge Kipp, William. "c. Milligan, David. c McKinron, Angus Merrill Parrish, John H.. Breck, nn Watson, C.S... Watson, W. 0... " ~ Hardware...... 'Farmers.. Manufacturer...... Real Estate and Farmer ~ Druggist: ^a mer....... - fervisor and Farmer i::sician and Surgeon. I ^ ^ggist....... Lorain Co., 0. Saginaw Co., Mich. Germany.... Wayne Co, N. Y.. Frederick Co., Md. Scotland... Nova Scotia Jackson Co., Mich. Livingston Co., Mich. tt ig 1863 1886 1882 1854 1869 1860 1888 1863 1869 1870 Hamilton, J.. Pompei. Munson, Frank... Ithaca. Davis, Jerry.... " Physician........ Scotland.... ~ Supervisor and Farmer. Mdina Co., 0 Superintendent County Farm. Saginaw Co., Mich. 1876 1866 1877!

Page  67 S-. _ - I f POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES IN 1870 AND 1880. BY COINSTTIES. ALA]BAMA. POPT.ATION. COUNTIES. 1870. 1883 Autauga.......... 11,623 13,113 Baker............. 6,194.......... Baldwin......... " 6,004 8,446 Barbour......... 29,309 34,026 Benton................... Bibb.............. 7,469 9,487 Blount............ 9,945 15,526 Bullock.......... 24,474 29,079 Butler............. 14,981 19,685 Calhoun......... 13,980 19,591 Chambers...... 17,562 23,440 Cherokee........ 11,132 19,109 Chilton.................... 10,806 Choctaw......... 12,676 15,731 Clarke............. 14,663 17,806 Clay............... 9,560 e12,938 Cleburne......... 8,017 10,976 Coffee............. 6,171 8,061 Colbert........... 12,537 16,154 Conecuh.......... 9,574 12,606 Coosa.............. 11,945 15,132 Covington...... "4,868 5,650 Crenshaw....... 11,156 11,755 Cull-m an................... 6,355 Dale............... 11,325 l,677 Dallas............. 40,705 48,437 De Kalb......... 7,126 12,675 Elinore........... 14,477 17,674 Escambia....... 4,041 5,719. Etowah........... 10,109 15,398 Fayette........... 7,136 10,135 Franklin........ 8,006 9,155 Geneva............ 2,959 4,342 Greene........... 18)399 21,931 Hale................ 21L,792 26,553 Henry............ 14,191 18,760 Jackson......... 19,410 25,114 Jefferson........ 12,345 23,272 Lamar............. ~.J12,142 Lauderdale..... 15,091 21,035 Lawrence........ 16,658 21,39L Lee................ 21,750.27,373 Limestone....... 15,017 21,600 Lowndes........ 25,719. 31,178 Macon.............. 17,727 17,373 Madison.......... 31,267 37,625 Marengo......... 26,151 30,889 Marion............ 6,059 9,364 Marshall........ 9,871 14,585 Mobile:........... 49,311 48,602 Monroe........... 11,214 17,091 Montgomery.. 43,704 52,392 Morgan........... 12,187 16,428 Perry............. 24,975 30,796 Pickens......... 17,690 21,47J, Pike................. 17,423 20,649 Randolph....... 12,006 16,575 Russell........... 21,636 24,840 Sanford.......... Op 8,893......... Saint Clair...... 9,360 17,236 Shelby............ 12,218 14,463 Sumter.......... 24,109 28,728 Talladega........ 18,064 23,360 Tallapoosa...... 16,963 23,4C0 Tuscaloosa..... 20,081 24,559 Walker........... 6,543 9,323 Washington... 3,912 4,538 Wilcox............ 28,377 31,832 Winston......... 4,155 4,253 Total............ 996,9921,262,794 White, 661,986; Colored, 600,358, including 213 Indians. AIRKANSAS. Arkansas....... 8,268 8,038 Ashley............ 8,042 10,156 Baxter...................... 6,004 I Benton-....,....... 13,831 20,328 Boonie............ 7,032 12,147 Bradley......... 8,646 6,283 Calhoun......... 3,853 5,671 Carroll........... 5,780 13,337 Chieo.....:. 7,214 10,117 1 Clay.................... 7,213 Clarke............ 11,953 15,771 Columbia........ 11,397 14,087 Conway.........., 8,112 12,754 Craighead.......> 4,577 7,037 Crawford........ 8,957 14,740 Crittenden...... 3,831 9,415 Cross.............. 3,915 5,051 Dallas............. 5;707 6,507 Desha............. W25 8,93 -Dorsey........... *.i--.-- 8,370 Drew............. 9,960 12,231 Faulkner................. 12,785 Franklin......... 9,627 14,951 Fulton............ 4,843 6,720 Garland................... 9,023 Grant-.............. 3,943 6,185 Greene.. 7,573 7,481 Hempstead..... 13,768 19,015 Hot Spring...... 5,877 7,775 Howard.............* 9,917 Independence 14,566 18,086 Izard.............. 6,806 10,856 Jackson.......... 7,268 10,877 Jefferson........ 15,733 22,386 Johnson......... 9,152 11,565 Lafayette....... 9,139 5,729 Lawrence....... 5,981 8,782 -.:........... 13,288 S, iL. T,.....,........... 9,2 5 5.. i R.-v:.... 3,236 6,404 ',....................... 14,885. cike.:.~.-............ 12,147 *,M< -............ 8,231 11,455 S, r C;..', 3,979 7,907 Mvi ~.........,.......... 9,919. ", ' -jd ::i... 3,633 7,332: nro...... 8,336 9,570 io;[..v - 2,984,5,729 ARKANSAS.- Contlined. POPULATION. COUNTIES. 1 1 Nevada..................... 12,959 Newton.......... 4,374 6,127 Ouachita.......... 12,975 11,757 Perry.............. 2,685 3,910 Phillips......... 15,372 21,262 Pike............... 3,788 6345 Poinsett......... 1,720 2,192 Polk................ 3,376 5,857 Pope............... 8366 14,325 Prairie........... 5,604 8,435 Pulaski.......... 32,066 32,663 Randolph....... 7,466 11,724 Saline............ 3,911 8,953 Scott................ 7,483 9,174 Searcy -............ ' 5,614 7,278 Sebastian....... 12,940 19,560 Sevier.............. 4,492 6,192 Sharpe............ 5,400 9,047 Stone................... 5,089 St. Francis...... 6,714 8,389 Union............. 10,571 13,417 Van Buren...... 5,107 9,565 Washington... 17,266 23,844 White....... 10,347 17,794 Woodruff........ 6,891 8,646 Yell............... 8,048 13,852 Total............ 484,471 802,564 White, 591,611; Colored, 210,953, including 197 Indians, and 134 Chinese. CALIFORNIA. Alameda......... 24,237 62,972 Alpine............. 685 539 A reador.......... 9,582 11,386 Butte............. 11,403 18,721 Calaveras........ 8,895 9,094 Coluia............ 6,165 13,118 Contra Costa... 8,461 12,525 Del Norte....... 2,022 2,584 El Dorado...... 10,309 10,685 Fresno...........'. 6,336 9,478 Humbcldt...... 6,140 15,510 Inyo................. 1,956 2,928 Kern.............. 2,925 5,601 K lam ath.......... 1,686.......... Lake................ 2,9~q9 6,596 Lassan.l........... 1,327 3,340 L]os Angeles... 15,309 33,379 Marin............. 6,903 - 11,325 Mariposa........ 4,572 4,339 Mendocino..... 7,545 12,800 Merced.......... 2,807 5,656 Meodoea...................... 4,399 MTono...;:.......... 430 7,499 Monterey....... 9,876 11,302 Napae............... 7,163 13,225 Nevada........... 19,134 20,827 Placer............ 11,357 14,226 Plumas........... 4,489 6,180 Sacramento.... 26,830 34,391 San Benito..'............. 5,584 S. Bernardino, 3,988 7,786 San Diego...... 4,951 8,618 San Francisco, 149,473 233,956 San Joaquin... 21,050 24,354 S. Luis Obispo. 4,772 9,J42 San Mateo...... 6,635 8,669 Santa Barbara. 7,784 9,522 Santa Clara..... 26,246 35,039 Santa Cruz...... 8,743. 12,801 Shasta............ 4,173 9,492 Sierra............. 5,619 6,623 Siskiyou......... ' 6,848 8,610 Solanoe............ 16,871 18,475 Sonoma......-... 19,819 25,926 Stanislaus...... 6,499 8,761 Sutter............. 5,030 5,159 Tehama.......... 3,587 9,302 Trinity........... 3,213, '4,998 Tulare............ 4,533 111281 Tuolumne....... 8,150 7,848 Venturae.................... 5,073 Yolo............... 9,899 11,772 Yuba............... 10,851 11,270 Total............ 560,247 864,686 White, 767,266; Colored, 97,420, including 75,025 Chinese, and 16,130 Indians. C OLORADO.- Continmed. POPULA rION. COUNTIES. CUTE. 1870. 1880. Rio Grande.............. 1,944 Routt........................ 140 ý'aquache....... 304 1,973 San Juan................... 1,087 Summit.......... 258 5,459 W eld.............. 1,636 5,646 Total............ 39,864 194,649 White, 191,452; Colored, 3,197, including 610 Chinese, and 128 Indians. CONNECTI[CUUT. Fairfield......... 95,27(; 112,044 Hartford......... 109,007 125,377 Litchfield....... 48,727 62,043 Middlesex....... 36,099 35,587 New Haven..... 121,257 156,526 New London... 66,570 73,137 Tolland........... 22,000 24,112 Windham....... 38,518 43,857 Total............ 537,454 622,683 White, 610,884; Colored, 11,793, including 241 Indians, and 124 Chinese. DELAWARE. Kent............... 29,804 32,877 New Castle..... 63,515 77,746 Sussex............ 31,696 36,031 Total............ 125,015 146,654 White, 120,198; Colorn d 26,456. FLORIDAAlachua.......... 17,328 16,462 Baker.............. 1,325 2,303 Benton...................... Bradford......... 3,671 6,112 Brevard........... 1,216 1,478 Calhoun......... 998 1,579 Clay................ 2,098. 2,838 Columbia....... 7,335 9,589 Dade............... 85 194 Duval.............. 11,921 17,344 Escambia.:...... 7,817 12,157 Franklin......... 1,256 1,791 Gadsden.......... 9,802 12,169 Hamilton........ 5,749 6,790 Hernando....... 2,938 4,248 Hillsborough.. 3,216 5,814 Holmes.......... 1,572 2,170 Jackson.......... 9,528 14,372 Jefferson......... 13,398 16,065 La Fayette...... 1,783 2,440 Leon............... 15,236 19,660 Levy............... 2,018 5,767 Liberty........... 1,050 1,362 Madison.......... 11,121 14,798 Manatee......... 1,931 3,655 Marion........... 10,804 13,046 Monroe........... 6,657 10,867 M osquito........................... Nassau..........-. 4,247 6,635 New Riyer....................... Orange:............ 2,195 6,618 Polk............... 3,169 3,153 Putnam.......... 3,821 5,476 Santa Rosa...... 3,312 6,645 St. John's....... 2,618 4,535 St. Lucie.............................. Sumter........... 2,952 4,686 Suwannee....... 3,556 7,162 Taylor............ 1,453 2,279. Volusia........... 1,723 3,294 Wakulla...,....... 2,506 2,723 Walen........... ~ 3,041 4,201 Washington.... 2,302 4,080 Total............ 187,.748 267,351 White, 141,249; Colored, 125,317, GEORGIA-Continued. POPULATION. COUNTIES. 1870. 1880. Colquitt.......... 1,654 2,527 Columbia........ 13,529 10,465 Coweta............ 15,875 21,109 Crawford....... 7,557 8,656 Dade............... 3,033 4,703 Dawson......... 4,369 5,837 Decalur.......... 15,183 19,071 De Kalb,......... lu,o014 14,497 Dodge...................... 5,358 Dooly............. 9,790 12,413 Dougherty...... 11,517 12,622 Douglas.................... 6,934 Early.............. 6,998 7,605 Echols............ 1,978 2,553 Effingham...... 4,214 5,979 Elbert............. 9,249 12,957 Emanuel......... 6,134 9,759 Fannin.'_......... 5,429 ~7,245 -Fayette......... 8,221 8,605 Floyd............. 17,230 24,418 Forsyth..;.....-... 7983, 10,559 Franklin......... 7,893 11,453 Fulton............ 33,446 46,126 Gilmer............ 6,644 8,386 Glascock......... 2,736 3,577 Glynn.............. 5,376.6,497 Gordon........... 9,268 11,170 Greene............. -12,454 17,547 Gwinnett........ 12,481 10,531 Habersham.... 6,322 8,718 Hall................ 9,607 15,299 Ha-ncock......... 11,317 16,989 Haralson......... 4,004 5,973 Harris............. 13,284 15,764 Hart............... 6,783 9,094 Heard............. 7,866 8,769 Henry............ 10,102 14,193 Houston........... 20,406 23,25L Irwin.............. 1,837 2,696 Jackson.......... 11,181 16,298 Jasper............ 10,439 11,849 Jefferson......... 12,190 15,669 Johnson.......... 2,964 4,800 Jones.............. 9,436 11,613 Laurens.......... 7,834 10,051 Lee................ 9,567 10,577 Liberty........... 7,688 10,564 Lincoln.......... 5,413 6,412 Lowndes......... 8,321 11,049 Lumpkin........ 5,161 6,519 McDowell........................... MeDuffy................... 9,449 McIntosh....... 4,491 6,241 Macon............. 11,458 11,675 Madison.......... -5,227 7,978 Marion............ 8,000 8,598 Meriweth'er.... 13,756 17,651 Miller............. 3,091 3,720 Milton............ 4,284 6,261 Mitchell.......... 6,633 9,392 Monroe.......... 17,213 18,808 Montgomery... 3,586 5,381 Morgan........... 10,696 14,034 Murray........... 6,500 8,269 Muscogee....... 16,663 19,322 Newton........... 14,615 13,619 Oconee...................... 6,349 Oglethorpe..... 11,782 15,400 Paulding......... 7,639 10,887 Pickens.......... 5,317 6,790 Pierce............ 2,778 4,538 Pike................. 10,905' 15,849 -Polk............. 7,822 11,954 Pulaski........... 11,940 14,058 Putnam........... 10,461 14,539 Quitman........ 4,150 4,392 Rabun........... 3,256 4,634 Randolph....... 10,561 13,341 Richmond....... 25,724 34,569 Rockdale................... 6,838 Schley............ 5,129 5,302 Scriven........... 9,175 12,78.6 Spalding......... 10,205 12,585 Stewart........... 14,204 13,998 Sumter........... 16,559 18,239 Talbot............ 11,913 14,115 Tel aferro....... 4,796 7,034 r~atnall............ 4,860 6,985 Taylor.......;...... 7,143 8,595 Telfair............ 3,245 ~4,828 TerrelI............ 9,053 10,451 Thomas.......... 14,523 20,598 Towns............. 2,780 3,261 Troup............. 17,632 20,566 Twiggs........... ~ 8,545 8,918 Union............. 5,267 6,431 Upson.........;... 9,430 12,400 Walker........... 9,925 11,056 Walton............ 11,038 15,622 Ware.............. 2,286 4,159 Warren........... 10,545 10,885 Wash~ington.., 15,842 21,964 Wayffe............ 2,177 5,980 Webster.......... 4,677 5,237 White,........... 4,606 5,341 Whitfield........ 10,117 11,901 Wilcox...... 2,439 3,109 Wilkes............ 11,796 15,985 Wilkinson...... 9,383 12,061 Worth............ 3,778 5,892 Total........... 1,184,1091,539,048 White, 814,218; Colored, 724,765, including 94 Indians. ILLINOIS. Adams........... 56,362 5.9,148 Alexander...... 10,564 14,809 Bond.............. 13,152 14,873 Boone............. 12,942 11,527 Brown............. 12,205 13,044 Bureau........... 32,415 33,189 Calhoun......... 6,562 7,471 ILLINOIS.-Continued. POPULATION. COUNTIES. CUTE. 1870. 1880. Carroll............ 16,705 16,895 Cass................ 11,580 14,494 Champaign...... 32,737 40,869 Christian........ 20,363 28,232 Clark.............. 18,719 21,900 Clay................. 15,875 16,195 Clinton............ 16,285 18,718 Coles -............. 25,235 27,0 5 Cook.............. 349,966 607,40 Crawford......... 13,889 16,1A0 Cumberland... 12,223 13,762 Do Kalb......... 23,265 26,774 De Witt......... 14,768 17014 Douglass......... 13,484 15,857 Du Page........ 16,685 19,187 Edgar............ 21,450 25,504 Edwards.......... 7,565 8,600 Effingham....... 15,653 18,924 Fayette........... 19,638 23,243 Ford.............. 9,103 15,105 Franklin......... 12,652 16,129 Fulton............ 38,291 41,249 Gallatin.......... 11,134 12,862 Greene............ 20,277 23,014 Grundy........... 14,938 16,738 Hamilton....... 13,014 16,712 Hancock......... 35,935 35,352 Hardin...:......... 5,113 6,024 Henderson...... 12,562 10,755 Henry............ 35,506 36,609 Iroquois......... 25,782 35,457 Jack-son......... 19,634 22,508 jasper........... 11,234 14,515 Jeferson........ 17,864 20,686 Jersey:............ 15,054 15,546 Jo Daviess...... 27,820 27,534 Johnson......... 11,248 33,079 Kane.............. 39,091 44,956 Kankakee....... 24,352 24,961 Kendall......... 12,399 13,084 Knox............... 39,522 38,360 Lake. 21,014 21,299 La Salle.......... 60,792 70,420 Lawrence........ 12,533 13,663 Lee................. 27,171 27,494 Livingston..... 31,471 38,450 Logan............ 23,053 25,041 McDonough... 26,509 27,984 McHenry........ 23,762 24,914 McLean.......... 53,988 60,115 Macon............ 26,481 30,671 SMacoupin....... 32,726 37,705 Madison......... 44,131 50,141 Marion........... 20,622 23,691 Marshall....- *..... 16,956 15,036 Mason............ 16,184 16,244 Massac........... 9,581 10,443 Menard............ 11,735 13,028 Mercer.......... 18,769 19,501 Monroe....... 12,982 13,682 Montgomery... 25,314 28,0.86 Morgan........I.. 28,463 31,519 MouTtrie.......... 10,385 13,705 Ogle................. 27,492 29,946 Peoria............ 47,540 55,419 Perry............... 13,723 16,008 Piatt............... 10,953 15,583 Pike................ 30,768 33,761 Pope............... 11,437 13,256 Pulaski........... 8,752 9,507 Putnam...;...... 6,280 5,555 -Randolph........ 20,859 25,691 'Richland........ 12,803 15,546 Rock Island... 29,783 38,314 St. Clair........... 51,068 61,850 Saline............ 12,714 15,940 Sangamon....... 46,352 52,902 Schuyler......... 17,419 16,249 Scott................ 10,530 1.0,745 Shelby.......... 7.. 25,476 30,282 Stark...;........... 10,751 11,209 Stephenson..... 30,608 31,970 Tazewell......... 27,903 29,679 Union...'......... 16,518 18,100 Vermilion..... 30,388 41,600 Wabash......... 8,841 9,945 Warren........... 23,174 22,940 Washington... 17,509 21,117 Wayne........... 19,758 21,297 White........~... 16,846 23,089 Whitesides..... 27,503 30,888 Will............... 43,013 53,424 Williamson.... 17,329 19,326 Winnebago.... 29,301 30,518 Soodford..,..... 18,9.56 21,630 Total............ 2,539,891 3,078,769 White, 3,032,174; Colored, 46,595, including 214 Chinese, and 133 Indians. INDIANA. INDIANA.-Continued: POPULATION. COUNTIES. 1870 1880. Floyd............... 23,300 24,589 Fountain........ 16,389 20,228 Franklin......... 20,223 20,090 Fulton............ 12,726 14,301 Gibson........... 17,371 22,742 Grant.............. 18,487 23,618 Greene........... 19,514 22,996 Hamilton...... 20,882 24,809 Hancock......... 15,123 11,123 Harrison........ 19,913 21,326 Hendricks...... 20,277 22,975 Henry............ 22,986 24,015 Howard........... 15,847 10,584 Huntington..., 19,036 21,805, Jackson.......... 18,974 23,050 Jasper............. 6,354 9,465 Jay................ 15,000 19,282 Jefferson......... 29,741 25,977 Jennings........ 16,218 16,453 Johnson......... 18,366 19,537 Knox............. 21,562 26,323 Kosciusko....... 23,531 26,492 La Grange....... 14,148 15,629 Lake.............. 12,339 15,091 La Porte......... 27,062 30,976 Lawrence........ 14,628 18,453 Madison......... 22,770 27,531 Marion............ 71,939 102,780 Marshall......... 20,211 23,416 Martin............ 11,103 13,474 Miama............ 21,052 24,081 Monroe........... 14,168 15,874 Montgomery... 23,765 27,314 Morgan........... 17,528 18,899 Newton.......... 5,829 8)167 Noble............... 20,389 23,007 Ohio................ 5,837 5,563 Orange........... 13,497 14,363 Owen............. 16,137 15,901 Parke............ 18,166 19,460 Perry.............. 14,801 16,997 Pike.............. 13,779 16,384 Porter............. 13,942 17,229 Posey.............. 19,185 20,857 Pulaski........... 7,801 9,851 Putnam......... 21,514 22,502 Randolph........ 22,862 26,437 Ripley............ 20,977 21,627 Rush............... 17,626 19,238 St. Joseph....... 25,322 33,176 Scott............... 7,873 8,343 Shelby............ 21,892 25,256 Spencer....... 17,998 22,122 Sta ke.... 3,888 5,105 Stdubben... 12,854 14,644 Sullivan.......... 18,453 20,333 Switzerland..... 12,134 13,336 Tippecanoe..... 33,515 35,966 Tipton............ 11,953 14,402 Union............. -6,341 7,673 Vanderburgh.. 33,145 42,192 Vermillion...... 10,840 12,025 Vigo............... 33,549 45,656 Wabash........... 21,305 25,240 Warren........... 10,204 11,497 Warwick......... 17,653.20,162 Washington.... 18,495 18,949 Wayne........... 34,048 38,614 Wells............... 13,585 18,442 White............. 10,554 13,793 Whitley......... 14,399 16,941 COUNTIES. ] Humboldt...... 2,596 Ida................. 226 Iowa............... 16,644 Jackson.......... 22,619 Jasper............. 22,116 Jefferson......... 17,839 Johnson......... 24,898 Jones.............. 19j731 Keokuk......... 19,434 Kossuth.......... 3,351 Lee................. 37,210 Linn............... 31,080 Louisa............. 12,877 Lucas.............. 10,388 Lyon............... 221 Madison......... 13,884 Mahaqka......... 22,5o8 Marion............ 24,436 Marshall......... 17,576 M ills............... 8,718 Mitchell......... 9,582 Monona.......... 3,654 Monroe........... 12,724 Montgomery... 5,934 Muscatine....... 21,688 O'Brien........... 715 Osceola..................... Page............... 9,9:, Palo Alto......... 1,3I' Plymouth....... 2, Pocahontas..... 1, 7 Polk............... 27-.::iPottawattamie If.,;:<Poweshiek...... 1!,.:,1 Ringgold.........:<!Sac................. i,L: Scott............... 38,599 Shelby............. 2,540 Sioux.............. 576 Story.............. 11,651 Tamae.............. 16,131 Taylor............ 6,989 Union............. 5,986 Van Buren...... 17,672 Wapello.......... 22,346 Warren........... 17,980 Washington... 18,952 Wayne............ 11,287 Webster......... 10,484 Winnebago..... 1,562 Winnes' ^1.., wwt) Woodbi v....... ^, ^ W orth.........:',.'~ Wright-....., LV: Total-........:0;^1, Whi99,. i^^^; -;, 5,341 Marion..........- 768 12,457 4,382 Marshall..'....... 6,901 16)135 19,221 M cGheeo.............................. 23,771 McPherson.;... "738 17,143 25,962 M eade...................... 296 17,478 Miami............. 11,725 17,818 25,429 Mitchell......... 485 14,913 ~21,052 Montgomery... 7,564 18,230 21,259 Morris............ 2,2X5 9,266 6,179 Nemaha......... 7,339 12,463 34,859 Neosho.......... 10,206 15,124 37,235 Ness................ 2 3,722 13,146 Norton................... 7,002 14,530 Osage.............. 7,648 19,643 1,968 Osborne......... 33 12,518 17,225 O toe................................ 25,201 Ottawa............ 2,127 10,308 25,111 Pawnee........... 179 5,396 23,752 Phillips.................... 12,017 14,135 Pottawatam'e.. 7,848 16,347 14,361, Pratt........................ 1,890 9,055 Rawlins.................... 1,623 13,719 Reno....................... 12,824 15,895 Republic........ 1,281 14,913 23,168 Rice................. 5 9)292 4,155 Riley.............. 5,105 10,430 2,219 Rooks.................... 8,113 19,667 Rush....................... 5,490 S;" Russell............ 156 7,351 ,.=... '-, e............. 4,246 13,810 Sn; -* -:....................... 43 *;:2.;4 *: 7,- :.;,....... 1.095 18,753:;;)! ^ ':'; ^-:.:".............. 5 6 8 12,696 ^i-* '..'.. """': LL * - i5.426 Statio, -........." V 16,906 Stanton........ ', 21,585 Stevens.................. 2 15,635 Sumner......... 22 *,- " 14,980 Thomas................. 161 17,042 Trego............. 166 2,535 25,282 '-ffabaunsee..... 3,362 8,757 19,578 Wallace... 538 686' 20,375 Washington.... 4,081 14j910 16,127 W ichita.................. 14 15,950 Wilson............ 6,694 13,776 4,917 Woodson........ -3,827 6,535 23.937 Wyandotte...... 10,015 19,151 ^,^;, '"** -... -...... i~g "Total............ 1,680,637 1,978,362 White, 1,939,094; Colored, 39,268, including 233 Indians, and 37 Chinese. IOWA. GEORGIA. COLORADO. Appling.......... 5)086 5,275 SBaker............. 6)84:3 7,305 Arapahoe......... 6,829 38,645 Baldwin......... 10)618 12,998 Bent....... 6.. 92 1,651 Banks............ 4)973 7,337 Boulder.......... 1,939 9,746 Bartow............ 10,566 18,694 Chaffee..................... 6,510 Berrien........... 4,518 6,619 Clear Creek.... 1,596 7,846 Bibb............... 21,255 27,146 Conejos........... 2,504 5,605 Brooks........... 8,342 11,727 Costilla........... 1,779 2,879 Bryan............. 5,252 4,929 Custer...................... 8,082 Bullock........... 5,610 8,053 Douglas.... i..... 1,388 2,486 Burke........... 17,679 27,127 Elbert...................... 1,709. 6,941 8,311:tIPaso........... 987 7,952 ] (;!d.. 7,024 Frtem ont......... 1,064 4,73;: i, *..... 4,615 6,183.Gilpin............ 5,490 6,48. | 9176 9,979 Grand....................... 417 | < ...... 11,782 16,903 Greenwood...... 510.................. 4,-409 45739 Gunnison............'.. 8,23 7 i..9...21...... Hin sdale.................. 1,49;... 4,179 4 Huerfano...:.... 2,250 4,12-;.| -,, 6,059 5,670 Jefferson........., 2,390 6,8 165::. 1902 10,021 L ak e............... 522 23, 81 r i... 10,399 141325 La Plata................... 1,110 ^;;.-e.......... 12,941 11,702 Larimer......... 838 4,89:::......... 5493 61650 Las Animas.... 4,276 8,90.;i;:t.. 5,477 8)028 O ura y............. 2,670 I IA"! *:ili........ 3,945 4,138 P ark............. 447 3)974,) i,5; ...... 13,8 4 20,748 Pueblo............ 2,265 7,615 - ~,. 3,192 5,070 Adair............... Adams............ Allamakee...... Appanoose....... Audubon........ Benton............ Black Hawk... Boone............. Bremer........... Buchanan....... Buena Vista... Buncombe...... Butler............ Calhoun.......... Carroll........... Cass................ Cedar.............. Cerro Gordo.... Cherokee........ Chickasaw...... Clarke............. Clay................ Clayton........... Clinton........... Crawford......... Dallas............ Davis.............. Decatur.......... Delaware........ Des Moines.... Dickinson...... Dubuque......... Ermmett......... Fayette........... Floyd.............. Franklin....... Fremont......... Greene............ Grundy........... Guthrie.......... Hamilton....... Hancock......... Hardin............ Harrison......... H enry,............. Howard.......... 3,982 11,199 4,614 11,888 17,868 19,791 16,456 16,636 1,212 7,448 22,454 24,888. 21,706 23,913 14,584 20,838 12,528 14,081 17,034 18,547 1,585 7,537 o,.................. 9,951 14,293 1,602 5,595 2,451 12,351 5,464 6,943 19,731 " 18,937 4,722 11,461 1,967 8,240 10,180 14,534 8,735 11,512 1,623 4,248 27,771 28,829 35,357 36,764 2,530 12,413 12,019 18,746 15,565 16,468 12,018 15,336 17,432 17,952 27,256 33,099 1,389 1,901.38,969 42,997 1,392 1,550 16,973 22,258 10,768 14,677 4,738 10,248 11,174 17,653 4,627 12,725 6,399 12,639 7,061 14,863 6,055 11,252 999 3,463 13,684 17,808 8,931 16,649 21,463 20,826 6,282 10,837 and 47 Chinese-. KENTUCKYW Ad-Air.............. 11,065 13,078 KANSAS. Allen.............. 10,296 12,089 Anderson....... 5,449 9,361 Allen............. 7,022 11,307 Ballard........... 12,576 14,378 Anderson........ 5,220 9,059 Barren............ 17,780 22,321 Arapahoe.................. 3 Bath............... 10,145 11,982 Atchison......... 15,507 26.674 Bell........................... 6,055 Barbour.................... 2,661 Boone............ 10,696 11,995 Barton............ 2 10,319 Bourbon......... 14,863 15,958 Bourbon.......... 15,076 19,595 Boyd.............: 8,673 12,165 Breckenridge..................... Boyle............. 9,515 11,930 Brown............ 6,823 12,819 Bracken........ 11,409 13,509 Buffalo...................... 191 Breathitt....... 5,672 7,742 Butler............ 3,035 18,587 Breckenridge.. 13,440 17,486 Chase............. 1,975 6,081 Bullitt............ 7,781 8,521 Chautauqua.............. 11,072 Butler............. 9,404 12,186. Cherokee........ 11,038 21,918 Caldwell......... 10,826 11,280 Cheyenne.................. 37 Calloway......... 9,410 13,295 Clarke................... - 163 Campbell......... 27,406 37,440 Clay............... 2,942 12,320 Carroll............. 6,189 8,953 Cloud............. 2,323 15,346 Carter............. 7,509 12,345 Coffey............. 6,201 11,438 Casey.............. 8,884 10,983 Comanche............... 372 Christian........ 23,227 31,681 Cowley............ 1,1-75 21,539 Clark............... 10,882 12,113 Crawford......... 8,160 16,854 CIay............... 8,297 10,222 Davis............. 5,526 6,994 Clinton........... 6,497 7,212 Decatur................... 4,180 Crittenden...... 9,381 11,688 Dickinson....... 3,043 14,973 Cumberland.... 7,690 8,891 Doniphan....... 13,969 14,258 Daviess........... 20,714 27,724 Dorn................. Edmondson.... 4,459 7,222 Douglas.......... 20,592 21,706 Elliott............. 4,433 6,567 Edwards................... 2,409 Estill.............. 9,198 9,860 Elk........................... 10,625 Fayette........... 26,656 29,023 Ellis............... 1,336 6,179 Fleming......... 13,398 15,221 Ellsworth....... 1,185 8,494 Floyd.............. 7,877 10,176 Foote........................ 411 Franklin......... 15,300 18,698 F ord............... 42 7. ^ ' -^ "~.......:.. 6,1.61 7.4979 Franklin......... 10,38.:-, ^^;;ii i 51074 -iw Godfrey..........................,;. 7..LT, G oveo................-,2< {,.i G raham................. 5..............., 1 9: *, 7 G r a n t....:....................... j.: < <.... i, S O l 5 - G reeley.....'................ -............... 9.37- H,8r^ Greenwoad...... 3,4 3.. i ^w-im.,.... 'HM^ 1^.^! Hamilton................ 'n;,51," Harper................ 4,133 Hardin........... 15,705 22,b64 Harvey................ 11,454 Harlan............ 4,415 5,278. Hodgman................. 1,704 Harrison......... 12,993 16,502 Howard......... 2,794......... Hart................ 13,687 17,133 Hunter............................... Henderson...... 18,457 24.516 Jackson.......... 6,053 10,718 Henry............ 11,066 14,492 Jefferson......... 12,526 15,564 Hickman........ 8,453 -30,662 Jewell............ 207 17,477 Hopkins......... 13,827 19,123 Johnson.......... 13,684 16,886 Jackson.......... 4,547 6,978 Kansas..................... 9 Jefferson........ 118,953 146,602 Kearney.................... 159 Jessamine...... 8,638 10,864 Kingman........ 3,713 Johnson.......... 7,494 9,155 Labette........... 9,973 22,746 Josh Bell........ 3,731......... Lane'.......................... 632 Kenton.......... 36,096 43,983 Leavenworth... 32,444 31,673 Knox8............ 8,294 10,587 Lincoln.......... 516 8,582 La Rue.,.......... 8,235 9,800 Linn............... 12,174 15,299 Laurel............ 6,016 9,131 Lykins................................ Lawrence....... 8,497 13-,262 Lyon,............... 8,014 17,327 Lee................. 3,055 4,254 M adison............................. Leslie..................... 3,740,,!! Adams............ Allen............... Bartholomew.. Benton........... Blackford....... Boone............ Brown............. Carroll........... Cass.............. Clarke.....;........ Clay............... Clinton........... Crawford...'.... Daviess.......... Dearborn........ Decatur........ De Kalb......... Delaware........ Dubois........... Elkhart.......... Fayette........... 11,382 15,385 43,494 54,765 21,133 22,777 5,615 11,107 6,272 8,02T 22,593 25,921 8,681 10,264, 16,152, 18,347 24,193 27,609 24,770 28,638 S19,084 25,853 17,330 23,473 9,851 12,356 16,747 21,552 24,116 26,656 19,053 19,779 17,167 20,223 19,030 22,927 12,597 15,991 26,026 33,453 10,476 11,394 'vt,..m "-.... _... II . W:-F<

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Hand; Cohocrah; Oak Cro.; Parshall; Oceola; Hartland; Tyrone; Conway; Ingham; White Oak; Middle T.; Ingham; Dans V.; Fells; Bunker; Hill; Stockbridge; Fitchburg; Leslie; Onondaga; Greens; Eaton Rapids; Vevay; Chapins; Fells; Mason; N. Aurelius; Aurelius; Delhi; Jackson Landing & Saginaw; Wheatfiled; Le Roy; Phelps T.; Cedar; Williamstown; Red Bge; Locke; Sycamor; Lansing; N. Lansing Meridian; Okenos; College Farm; Eaton; Charlotte; Eaton Rapids; Hamlin; County Lake; Brockway; E. Walton; Windsor; Potter V.; Sevastopol; Benton; Chester; Carmel; Walton; Olivet; Walton; Bellevue; State REad; Cheste; Vermontville; Nashville; Sunfield; Roxand; Centre; Mud Cr.; Milletts; Delta; Barry; Woodland; Blair; Centre; Carlton; Irving; Middleville; Thornapple; Yankee Springs; Butland; Gun L.; Hastings; Castleton; Maple Grove; Vermont V.; Grand Val. Div.; Baltimore; Hope; Cedar Cr.; Orangeville; Prairie V.; Graineville; Barry; Mito; Gull L.; Hickory Cor.; Jolinstown; Assyria; Allegan; Martin; Gun Plains; Otsego; Plainwell; Walson; Martin; Shelby; Monteith; Kellogg; Allegan; Mill Grove; Trowbridge; Cheshire; Sherman; Hopper T.; Black R.; Casco; New Casco; Clyde; Fenns V.; Ganges; Manlius; Proctor; Watson; Hopkins; Wayland; Bridley; Monterey; Hilliards; Gilehist; Heath; Hamilton; Kalamazoo Div.; Rabbit; Richmond; Saugatuck; Saugatuck L.; E. Saugatuck; Fillmore; Laketown; Overisel; New Salem; Salem; Dorr; Leighton; Van Buren; Paw Paw; Mattawar; Antwerp; Lawton; White Oaks; Porter; Decatur; Almena; Waverly; Pine Grove; Gobles; Bloomingdale; Clumbia; Arlington; Paw Paw Cr.; Law Cr.; Lawrence; Prospect L.; Wheeler; Wheelers V.; Hartford; Milesbore; Lawrence; Bangor; Deerfield; Black R.; Geneva; Breeds V.; Grand June; South Haven; Hooker; Voert; Van Buren; South Haven; Kalamazoo; Climax; Scotts; S. Climber; Indian Lake; Fulton; Wakeshma; Bear Cr.; Vicksburg; Brady; Pavilion; Long L.; Comstock; Galesbury; Charleston; CAugusta; Charles; Richland; Ross; Cooper; Klamo; Cashtemo; Portage; Austin; Austin L.; Schoolcraft; Vicksburg; Brady; Crairie Ronde; Calhoun; Clarence; Rice Cr.; Sheridan; Albion; Condit; Homer; Clarendon; Homer; Clarendon; Centre; Eckford; Marengo; Rice Cr.; Clarence; Lartello; Lee; Rice Cr.; Madison Convis; Marshall; Fredonia; Tekonsha; Curlington; Abscota; Cilia; Newton; VErona; Eminett; Whites; Ceresco; Pennfield; Bedford; Helner; Satle Cr.; Leroy; Pine Cr.; Athens R.; Jackson; Grass Lake; Fransico; Waterloo; Farm; Brooklyn; Columbia; Napoleon; Eldred; Michigan Cen; Leom; S. Henrietta; Henrietta; Liberty; Baldwins; Summit; Wilsons; Jackson; Blackman; Portage R.; Henrys; Rives; Mich. Central; Centre; Tompkins; Sandstone; Trainbulls; Concord; Spring Arbor; Snyders; Hanover; Pulaski; Parma; Devereux; Springport; Washtenaw; Ann Arbor; Superior; Ypsilanti; Pittsfield; Urania; Sony Cr.; Angusta; York; Nora; Saline; Urania; Lodi; Bridgewater; Benton; Bridgewater; Manchester; Raisin; Pleasant; Freedom; Lodi; Fredowa; Sharon; Lima; Scio; Delhi; Northfield Salem; Webster; Dexter; Base L.; Lyndon; Chelsea; Wayne; Livonia; Redford; Fisher; Waterford; Plymouth; Elm; Dearborn; Gr. Trunk; Greenfield; Hamnamck; Detroit; Sandwich; Lighting I.; Amherstburg; Grosse L.; Detroit Riv.; Taylor; Wyandotte; Ecorse; Inkster; Mongua; Browns; Trenton; New Boston; Huron; Waltz; Smith V.; Martins V.; Van Buren; Bellevillle; Romulus; Centre; Canton; Wayne; Newport; Stony Cr.; Swan Cr.; Stony Pt.; Monroe City; Brent; Raisin Pt.; Woodetuck Cr.; Otter Cr.; Detroit Div.; Bedford; Hawthorn; Labert V.; Alexis; Whiteford; Samaria; Summerfield; Petersburg; Ashwater; Scola; La Salle; Ida; Dundee; London; Exoter; Maybee; Carlton; Oak V.; Milan; Lake Ridge; Macan; Hamlin; Carlton; Lenawee; Wells V.; Bliss; Riga; E. Ogden; Fairfield; Weston; Odgen; Palmy; Madison; Lenawee; Ridgeway; Raisin; Chases; Adrian; Wolf Cr.; Franklin; Tipton; Clinton; Tecumseh; Bidgeway; Lake Pudge; Macon; Cambridge; Spring V.; Woodstock; Addison; Woodstock; Rollin; Geneva Hundson; Rollin; Hillsdale; Pittsford; Wheatland; Wright; Cass S. Wright; Jerome; Somerset; Adams; Moscow; Hillsdale; Admas; Jonesviille; Jefferson; Osseo; Franuer; Ransom; Amboy; Woodbridge; Austin; Camden; Montgomery; Reading; Cambria; Bankers; Fayette; Seinio Undine; Litchfield; Allen; Sylvanus; Branch; Union; Hoo Cr.; Girard; Orange V.; Butler; S. Butler; quincy; Algansee; California; Attee L.; Kinderhook; Ovid; Behtel; Coldwater; Batavia; Bronan; Bethel Centre; Gilead; E. Gilead; W. Gilead; Nobles; Round L.; Granson; Swan Cr.; Mattison; Sherwood; St. Joseph; Nottawa; Colon; Oporto; Burr Oak; Sturgis; Fann R.; Leonidas; Nottawa; Sherman; Perrin; Douglas; White Pigeon; Lockport; Centre V.; Moorepark; Park; Flowerfield; Fowards V.; Three Rivers; Tabins; St. Joseph; Cass; Cassopolis; Porter; Newberg; Volinia; Marcel; Marcellus; Volina; Silver Creek; Wayne; Lietsorts; Pokagon; LaGrange; Howard; Barron L.; Jefferson; Calvin; William Prter; Union; Mason; Adams V.; Edwardsburg; ONtwa; Milton; Bertrand; Berrien; Pipestone; Berwen; Berrien; Pokagon; Nikes; Biles; Buchanan; N. Trav.; Weesaw; Chikaming; Wilkinson; Mincoln; Stevensville; Lincoln; Royalton; Benton; Bainbridge; Colgina; Hagar; River Side; Hagar; Waterville; Niles; Buchanan; Bertrand; Dayton; Galien; Averys; Three Oaks; Buffalo; New Buffalo; Corygbo; Springfield; Michigan; Cendre; Cool Spring; HOlmes V.; Kankakee; La Porte; Rolling Pra.; Olive; Hudson; Galena; Carlisle Terre Coupee; War; Warren; German; Clay; South Bend; St. Joseph; Clay; Harris; Irvins; Clevland; Mishawaka; Oceola; Elkhart; Elkhart R.; Goshen; Washington; Bristol; Lit. Elkhart R.; La Grange; Valentina; Millersburg; Walcottville; Valentine; Pigeon Bun; Lima; Greenfield; Fawn; Mill Grove; Williams; St. Jseph R. of the Maumee; Bridgewater; North West; Angola; Pleasant Lake; Clear Lake; State Line; Madison; Mill Crekasdfas N. Newberg; Hartewellville; Perry; Morrice; Byron; Glass River; Shaftsburgh; Bennington; Corunna; Chapin; Oakley; Layton; Elk; Montrose; Birch Run; Blackman; Foster; Taymouth; Shiawasse River; Chesaning; Lentz Fergus; Tyner; Eastwood P.O. or Garfield; Paires; S. Saginaw; Saginaw E.S.; Bridgeport; Humfield; Gera; Orrville; Hemlock; Randall; Lawndale; Frost; Merrill; Phillips; Carrollton; Arthus; Greens; Melbourne; Gratiot; Ithaca; LaFayette; Bad Riv.; St. Louis; Elm Hall; Newark; Northstar; Middleton; Pampei; Ola; Spring Brook; Du Plain; Fowler; Union Home; Maple Rapids; Laporte; Freeland; Breckenridge; Wheeler; Hubbard; Due; Edenville; Alamando P.O. or Dor; Sanford; Pine River; Butman; McClure; Bently; Rhodes; Estey; Mountforest; Tobacco R.; Highwood; Cedar; Grand Fks; Principal; Tillabawass; Ogemaw; Beaver Lake; Campbells; Corners; Corrigan; Whittemore; Prescott; Greenwood; Welch; Long Lake; Smith Jc.; Maltbys; Damon; Woodrow; Rose City; Piper; Beaver Lake; Oscoda Note:

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Page  70 POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES IN 1870 AND 1880, BY COUNTIE;. KENTUCKY.-Cont'd. POPULATION. COUNTIES. 1870. 1880. Letcher.......... Lewis............. Lincoln........... Livingston..... Logan..........;. Lyon.............. Madison......... Magoffin......... Marion........... Martin............ Marshall......... Mason.....*....... Mc~rackon..... McLean......... Meade............ Monifeo........ Mercer............ Mctcalf 1.....-.... Monroe........... Montgomery... Morgan......... Muhlenburg.... Nelson............ Nicholas......... Ohio............... Oldham.......... Owen.............. Owsloy........... Pendleton....... Perry............. Pike............ Powell............ Pulaski.......... Robertson....... Rock Castle... Rowan-............ Russell........... -Scott............. Shelby............. Simpson......... Spencer........... Taylor............ Todd............... Trigg.............. Trimble......... Union............ Warren........... Washington.... Wayneo............ Webster.......... Whitley......... Wolfe..... Woodford....... 4,608 9,115 10,947 8,200 20,429 6,233 19,543 4,684 12,838 9,455 18,126 13,988 7,614 9,485 1,986 13,144 7,934 9,231 7,557 5,975 12,638 14,804 9,129 15,561 9,027 14,309 3,889 14,030 4,274 9,562 2,599 17,670 5,399 7,145 2,991 5,809 11,607 15,733 9,573 5,956 8,226 12,612 13,686 5,577 13,640 21,742 12,464 10,602 10,937 8,278 3,603 8,240 6,601 13,154 15,079 9,165 24,358 6,768 22,051 6,943 14,691 9,647 *3,057 20,969 16,260 9,293 10,322 5,410 14,141 9,423 10,742 10,567 8,455 15,098 16,609 11,869 19,669 7,685 17,401 4,942 16,702 5,607 13,003 3,639 21,318 5,814 9,670 4,119 7,591 14,905 16,813 10,041 7,040 9,260 15,998 14,489 7,171 17,808 27,528 14,419 12,512 14,246 12,000 3,983 11,800 Total........... 1,321,0111,648,708 White, 1,377,077; Colored, 271,522. LOUISIANA. Ascension...... 11,577 16.896 Assumption... 13,234 17,010 Avoyelles....... 12,926 1E,747 Bienville........ 10,636 10,442 Bossier........... 12,675 16,045 Caddo............. 21,714 26,305 Calcasieu........ 6,733 12,488 Caldwell......... 4,820 5,770 Cameron......... 1,591 21415 Carroll............. 10,110.......... Catahoula........ 8,475 10,287 Claiborneo........ 20,240 18,858 Concordia...... 9,977 14,914 Pe Sotoe........... 14,962 15,605 E. Bat'n Rouge 17,816 19,986 East Carroll........... 0 12)147 East Feliciana 13,499 15,132 Franklin.......... 5,078 6,495 Grant.............. 4,517 6,188 Iberia............. 9,042 16,686 Iberville......... 12,347 17,600 Jackson......... 7,646 5,328 Jefferson........ 17,767 12,166 Lafayette........ 10,388 13,236 Lafourche...... 14,719 19,113 Lincoln............ 111075 Livinogston....-. 4,026 5,258 Madison......... 8,600r 13,908 Morehouso..... 9,387 14,206 Natchitoches... 18,265 19,722 Orleans.......... 191,418 216,140 Ouachita......... 11,582 14,723 Plaquemines.. 10,552 11,575 Point Couple... 12,981 17,799 Rapides......... 18,015 23,597 Red River............... 8,573 Richland........ 5,110 8,440 Sabine............ 6,456 7,344 St. Bernard.... 3,553 4,405 St. Charles...... 4,867 7,161 St. Helena...... 5,423 7,504 St. James....... 10,152 14,714 St. John the Baptist........ 6,7G2 9,686 St. Landry...... 25,553 40,002 St. Martin....... 9,370 12,662 St. Mary......... 13,860 19,891 St. Tammany... 5,586 6,887 Tangipahoa.... 7,928,9,638 Tensas........... 12,419 17,824 Terrebonne..... 12,451 17,956 Union............. 11,685 13,526 Vermillion 4,528 8,735 Vernon..................... 5,160 Washington.... 3,330 5,190 W ebster................... 10,005 W. B'tn Rouge 5,114 7,667 West Carroll............ 2,776 W'st Feliciana 10,499 12,809 Winn.............. 4,954 5,843 Total........... 7265915 940,103 White, 455,063; Colored, 485,200, including 819 Indians, and 483 Chinese. MAINE. Androscoggin.. 35,866 45,044 Aroostook...... ~ 29,609 4k,700 Cumberland-... 82,021 86,300. Franklin......... 18,807 18,184 Hancock......... 36,495 33,131 Kennebec....... 53,203 53,01 Knox....*........ 30,823 32,862 Lincoln.......... 25,597 24,809 Oxford........... 33,488 32,618 Penobscot...... 75,150 70,47S Piscataquis..... 1~,403 14,873 Sagadahoe....... 18,803 19,276 Somerset......... 34,611 32,339 Waldo............ 34,522 32,468 Washington.... 43,313 44,477 York............... 60,174 62,265 Total........... 626,915 648,945 White, 646,903; Colored, 2,042, including 607 Indians..MIAR[YLAND. Allegany.......... 38,536 38,011 Anne Arundel 24,457 28,526 Baltimore city 330,741 332,190 MARYLAND.-ContinWd. POPULATION. CONTIES. 1870. 1880. Baltimore co'y......:... 83,334 Calvert............ 9,865 10,538 Caroline......... 12,101 13,767 Carroll............ 28,619 30,992 Cecil............... 25,874 27,108 Charles........... 15,738 18,548 Dorchester..... 19,458 23,110 Frederick...... 47,572 50,482 GarretI..................... 12,175 Harford..... 22,605 28,042 Howard......... 14-5150 16,141 Kent............... 17,102 17,605 Montgomery.. 20,563 24,759 Prince George's 21,138 26,265 Queen Anne... 16,171 19,257 Saint Mary's.... 14,944 16,934 Somerset......... 18,190 21,668 Talbot............ 16,137 19,065 Washington.... 34,712 38,560 Wicomico....... 15,802 18,011 Worcester....... 16,419 19,539 Total........... 780,894 934,632 White, 724,718; Colored, 209,914. MASSACHUSETTS.' Barnstable...... 32,774 31,945 Berkshire...... 64,827 69,049 Bristol........... 102,88G 139,121 Dukes............. -3,787 4,305 Essex............. 200,843 244,640 Franklin......... 32,P35 35,000 Hampden....... 78,409 104,117 Hampshire..... 44,388 47,235 Middlesex...... 274,353 317,951 Nantucket...... 4,123 3,726 Norfolk.......... 89,443 96,432 Plymouth....... 65,365 74,024 Suffolk............. 270,802 387,626 Worcester...... 192,716 226,885 Total............ 1,457,3511,783,012 White, 1,764,082; Colored, 19,004, including 341 Indians, and 256 Chinese. MICHIGAN. Alcona............ 696 3,107 Allega........... 32,105 37,808 Alpena............ 2,7560 8,789 Antrim.......... 1,985 5,237 Baraga...................... 1,804 Barry............. 22,199 25,319 Bay............... 15-900 38,081 Benzi6....... 2,184 3,433 Berrien........... 35,104 36,780 Branch........... 23,226 27,941 Brow n............................... Calhoun......... 36,569 38,452 Cass............. 21,094 22,008 Charlevoix...... 1,724 5,114 Cheboygan....... 2,196 6,524 Chippewa........ 1,689 5,243 Clare................ 366 4,187 Clinton........... 22,845 27,534 Crawford.................. 1,159 Delta............... 2,542 6,812 Eaton............. 25,171 31,223 Emmett.......... 1,211 6,640 Genesee.......... 33,900 39,219 Gladwin................... 1,127 Grand Traverse 4,443 8,422 Gratiote............ 11,810 21,937 Hillsdale......... 31,684 32,726 1ioughton....... 13,879 22,473 Huron............. 9,049 20,089 lngham.......... 25,268 33,677 Ionia.............. 27,681 33,872 Ioseo.............. 3,163 6,873 Iow a............... ".................... Isabella.......... 4,113 12,159 i de Royale............... 55 Jackson.......... 36,047 42,031 Kalamazoo...... 32,054 34,342 Kalkaska......... 424 2,937 Kent......... 50,403 73,252 Keweenaw...... 4,205 4,270 Luke............... 5t8 3,233 Lapeer............ 21,345 30,138 Leelanaw........ 4,576 6,253 Lenawee......... 45,595 48,343 Livingston...... 19,336.22,251t Maceklnac.:...... 1,716 2,902 Macomb......... 27,616 31,627 Manistee......... 6,074 12,533 Manito..... 891 1,334 Marquette...... 15,033 25,393 Mason............. 3,263 10,063 Mecosta.......... 5,642 13,973 Menominee,... 1,791 11,988 Midland.......... 3,285 6,894 Missaukee...... 130 1,5.53 Monroe........... 27,483 33,623 Montcalm....... 13,629 33,148 Muskegon....... 14,894 26,583 Newaygb......... 7,294 14,688 Oakland......... 40,867 41,537 Oceana............ 7,222 11,699 Ogemaw......... 12 1,914 Ont9"nagon...... 2,845 2,565 Oseola.........'.. 2,093 10,777 Oscoda............ 70 467 Otsego....................... 1,974 Ottawa............ 26,651 33,125 /Presque Isle.... 355 3,113 Roscommon.... 1,459 Saginaw......... 39,097 59,095 St. Clair........... 36,661 46,197 St. Joseph....... 26,275 26,626 Sanilac............ 14,562 26,341 School craft............... 1,575 Shiawassee..... 20,858 27,059 Tuscola.......... 13,714 25,739 Van Buren...... 28,829 30,807 Washtenaw..... 41,434 41,848 Wayne............ 119,038 106,426 Wexford.......... 650 6,815 Total............ 1,184,059 1,636,331 White, 1,614,078; Colored, 22,253, including 7,238 Indians. ; ' -.' MINNESOTA. Aitkin............ 178 3G66 Anoka............. 3,940 7,108 Becker............ 308 41,407 Beltrami......... 80 10 Benton......... 1,558 3,012 Big Stone....... 24 3,689 Blue Earth..... 17,302 22,889 Breckinridge...................... Brown............ 6,396 12,018 Buchanan........................... Carlton............ 286 1,230 Carver............. 11,586 14,140 Cass................ 380 486 Chippewa........ 1,467 5,408 Chisago.......... 4,358 7,982 Clay................ 92 5,886 Cook......................... C5 MINNESOTA.-Contin'd. POPULATION. COUNTIES. CUTE. 1870. 1880. Cottonwood..... 534 5,533 Crow Wing...... 200 2,318 Dakota......;...... 16,312 17,391 Dodge............ 8,598 11,341 Douglas.......... 4,239 9,130 Faribault........ 9,940 13,015 Fillmore......... 24,887 28,162 Freeborn........ 10,578 16,069 Goodhue......... 22.618 29,651 Grant.............. 340 3,004 Hennepin....... 31,566 67 013 Houston.......... 14,936 16,332 Isanti............. 2,035 5,063 Itasca............. 96 124 Jackson........... 17825 4,80.; Kanabec......... 93 505 Kandiyohi...... 1,7G0 10,159 K itson.................... 905 Lac-qui-Parle.. 145 4,907 Lake................ 135 106 Le Sueur........ *11,607 16,104 Lincoln.................... 2,945 Lyon........................ 6,257 M ankahta.................. Manomin........... M arshall.................. '992 Martin............ 3,867 5,249 McLeod......... 5,613 12,343 M cPhail............................. Mfeeker.......... 6,090 11,739 Mille Lac........ 1,109 1,501 Monongalia.... 3,161.......... Morrison........ 1,681 5,875 Mower............ 10,447 16,799 Murray........... 209 3,604 Nicollet.......... 8,362 12,333 Nobles............ 117 4,435 Olmstead........ 19,793 21,543 Otter Tail....... 1,968 18,675 Pem bina......... 64........... Pierce................................ Pine............... 648 1,365 Pipestone.............. 2,092 Polk.......................... 11,247 Pope............... 2,091 5,874 Ramsey......... 23,085 45,915' Redwood........ 1,829 5,375 Renville.......... 3,219 10,791 Rice............... 16,083 22,480 Rock.............. 138 3,669 Saint Louis..... 4,561 4,504 Scott............... 11,042 13,516 Sherburne...... 2,050 3,855 Sibley............. 6,725 10,-37 Stearns.......... 14,206 21,956 Steele............. 8,271 13,460 Stevens........... 174- 3,911 Swift............. 7,473 Todd..... 2,036 6,133 Traverse......... 13 1,503 Wabashaw...... 15,859 18,206 Wadena........... 6 2,080 W ahuata............................. Waseca........... 7;854 12,385 Washington.... 11,809 19,562 Watonwan...... 2,426 5,104 White Earth Indian Reservation.............. 996 Wilkin............ 295 1,906 Winona.......... 22,319 27,197 Wright.......... 9,457 18,104 Yellow Medicine....................... 5,884 Total............. 439,706 780,806 White, 776,940; Colored, 3,866, including 2,2541Indians, and 54 Chinese. MISSISSIEPPI. _ Adams............ 19,084 22,649 Atcorn............. 10,431 14,272 Am ire............ 10,973 14,004 Attala.............. 14,776 19,988 Benton...................... 11,023 Bolivar........... 9,732 18,652 Calhoun......... 10,561 13,492 Carroll........... 21,047 17,800 Ch iekasaw...... 19,899 17,904 Choctaw.......... 16,988 9,036 Claiborne........ 13,386 1G,709 Cdark.............. 7,505 15,022 Clay;......................... 17,367 Coahoma......... 7,144 13,563 Copiah............ 2i),G08 27,544 Covington......., 4,753 5,993 De Soto........... 32,021 22,924 Franklin......... 7,498 9,729 Greene........... 2,038 3,194 Grenada.......... 10,571 12,071 H[ancock....,.... 4.239 6.460 Harrison......... 5,795 7,895 Hinds............. 30,488 43,959 llolmes.......... 19,370 27,152 Issaquenat........ 6,887 10,001 Itawamba....... 7,812 10,665 Jackson.......... 4,362 7,607 Jasper............. 10,884 12,124 Jefferson......... 11,848 17,314 Jones............. 3,313 3,828 Kemper......... 12,920 15,719 Lafayette........ 18,802 21,671 Lauderdale..... 1,4462 21,501 Lawrence....... 6,720 9,422 Leake.............. 8,496 13,147 Lee................... 15,955 20,461 Le Flore................... 10,246 Lincoln.......... I 184 13,547 Lowndes......... 33,502 28,243 Madison......... 20,948 25,866 Marion........... 4,211,901 Marshall......... 29,416 29,333 Monroe........... 22,631 28,553 Montgomery............. 13,348 Neshoba.......... 7,439 8,741 Newton............ 10,067 13,436 Noxubeo......... 20,905 29,874 Oktibbeha...... 14,891 15,977 Panola............. 20,754-. 28,35:3 Perry............. 2,694: 3,427 Pike............ 11,303 16,688 Pontotoc-.....1... -2,525 13,858 Prentiss........... 9,348.12,158 Quitman................... 1,407 Rankin........... 12,977 16,752 Scott............... 7,847 10,845 Sharkey................... 6,306 Simpson........ 5,718 8,005 Smith............. 7,126 8,084 Sum ner.................... 9,535 Sunflower....... 5,015 4,661 Tallahatchie... 7,852 10,926 Tate......................... 18,721 Tippah............ 20,7%7 12,866 Tishomingo.... 7,: 150 8,774 Tunica............. 5,358 8,461 Union....................... 13,030 Warren........... 26,769 31,242 Washington.... 14,569 25,31C5 Wayne............ 4,206 8,741 Wilkinson...... 12,705, 17,8'5 Winston.......... 8,984 10,037 "Yalabusha....... 13,254 15,653 Yazoo............. 17,279 33,846 Total........... 827,922 1,131,593 White, 479,271; Colored, 652,221, including 1,832 Indians, and 52 Chinese. I -MISSOURI. POPULATIXN. COUNTIES. CUTE. 187 0. 1880. Adair.............. 11,448, 15,190 Andrew..........i. 15,137 16,318 Atchison......... 8,440 14,565 Audrain.......... 12,307 19,760 Barry.............. 10,373 14,434 Barton............ 5,087 10,33-2 Bates.............. 15,960 25,382 Benton,........... 11,322 12,398 Bollinger'........,8,162 11,132 Boone........... 20,765 25,444 Buchanan...... -35,109 49,820 Butler............. 4,298 6,9011 Caldwell......... 11,390 13,654 Callaway......... 19,202 23,670 Camden'........ 6,108 7,267 Cape Girard'u. 17,558. 20,998 Carroll............. 17,446 23,262 Carter............. 1,455 2,168 Cass................ 19,296 22,431 Cedar.............. '9,474 10,757 Chariton......... 19,136 25,224 Christian........ 6,707 9,649 Clarkei........... 13,667 15,031 Clay................ 15,564 15,579 Clinton............ 14,063 16,073 Cole................ 10,292 15,519 Cooper..............20,692 21,638 Crawford......... 7,982 10,774 Dade.............. 8,683 12,557 Dallas...'......... 8,383 9,272 Dayioss........... 14,410 19,174 De Kalb......... 9,858 13,344 Dent............... 6,357 10,647 D odge............................... Douglas.......... 3,915 7,753 Dunklin......... 5,982 9,604 Franklin......... 30,098 26,535 Gasconade...... 10,093 11,173 Gentry............ 11,G07 17,202 Greene........... 21,519 28,839 Grundy........... 10,507 15,210 Harrison......... 14,635 20,318 Henry............. 17,401 23,343 Hickory......... '6,452 7,388 Holt................ 11,652 15,510 Howard........... 17,233 18,428 Howell........... 4,218 8,814 Iron............... 6,278 8,183 Jackson.......... 55,041 -82)364 Jasper.... 14,928 32,121 Jefferson........ 15,380 18,730 Johnson.......... 24,648 28,177 Knox.............. 10,974 13,047 Laclede.......... 9,380 11,524 Lafayette.........22,623 25,750 Lawrence....... 13,067 17,585 Lewis........... 15,114 15,925 Lincoln.......... 15,960 17,443 Linn................ 15,900 20,016 Livingston...... 16,730 20,205 Macon............. 23,230 26,223 Madison.......... 5,849 8,860 Maries.....:... 5,916 7,323 Marion........... 23,780 21,837 MeDonad...... 5,226 7,816 Mercer........... 11,557 14,674 M iller............. 6,616 9,807 Mississippi...... 4,982 9.270 Moniteau........ 11,375 14,349 Afonroo........... 17,149 19,075 Montgomery... 10,405 16,251 Morgan.......... 8,434 10,134 Now Madrid... 6,357 7,694 Newton........... 12,821 18,948 Nodaway........ 14,751 29,560 Oregon........... 3,287 5,791 Osage.............. 10,793 11,824 -Ozark............. 3,363 5,018 Pemiscot........ 2,059 4,299 Perry............... 9,877 11,895 Pettis.............. 18,706 27,298 Phelps............ 10,50r 12,565 Pike................ 23,076 26,716 Platte............. 17,352 17,373 Polk............... 12,445 15,745 Pulaski........... 4,714 7,250 Putnam........... 11,217 13,556 Rails............... 10,510 11,838 Randolph....... 15,908 22,751 Ray................ 18,700 20,200 lReynolds....... 3,756 5,72 ] Ripley............. 3,175 5,377 R ives.................................. Saline............. 21,672 29,938 Schuyler......... 8,820 10,470 Scotland......... 10,070 12,507 Scott............... 7,317 8,587 Shannon......... 2,339 3,441 Shelby............ 10,119 14,024 St. Charles...... 21,304 23,060 St. Clair.......... 6,742 14,157 St. Frangois.... 9,742 13,821 Ste. Genevieve 8,384 10,390 St. Louis (city) 351,189 350,522 St. Louis................... 31,888 Stoddard......... 8,535 13,432 Stone.............. 3,253 4,429 Sullivan........... 11,907 16,569 Tanoy............. 4,407 5,633' Texas............. 9,618 12,219 Van Buren..........,.............. Vernon........... 11,247 10,382 Warren.......... 9,073 10'806 Washington... 11.719 12,895 Wayne........... 63068 9,097 Webster.......... 10,434 12,176 Worth............ 5,004 8,208 Wright.......... 5,684 9,733 Total........... 1,721,295 2'1X8,804 White, 2,023,568; Colored, 145,236, including 96 Indians, and 94 Chinese. NEBRASKA. Adams............ 19 10,235 Antelope............... 3,953 Blackbird....... 31......... Boonoe............. 4,170 B',uf 1alo........... 193 7,531 BMirt............... 2,847 6,937 Butler............ 1,290 9,194 Cass............... 8,151 10,684 Cedar............. 1,032 2,899 Uhase:..................... 70 Cheyenne...... 190 1,558 Clay................ 54 11,294 Cohax............ 1,424 6,553 Cuming......... 2,964 5,677 Custer.................... 2,211 Dakota............ 2,040 3.213 Dawson.......... 103 2,909 Dixon............ 1,345 4,177 Dodge............ 4,212 11,2G3 Douglas.......... 19,982 37,639 Dundy.................... 3T Elkhorn........................... Fillmore......... 238 10,204 Franklin......... 26 5,465 Frontier.................. 934 Furnas..................... 6,407 Gage.............. 3,359 13,164 Gosper..................... 1,673 Grant.......... 484......... Greeley.................... 1,461 Hall................ 1,057 8,573 Hamilton....... 130 8,267 Harlan................ 6,085 I NEBRASKA- Continuied. POPULATION. COUNTIES. CUTE. 1870. 1880. Harrison......... 631......... Hayes..................... 119 Hitchcock............... 1,012 H olt........................ 3,287 Howard..................... 4,391 Jackson........... 9 Jefferson......... 2,440 8,095 Johnson......... 3,429 7,597 Kearney......... 58 4,072 Keith...................... 194 Knox....................... 3-666 Lahcaster....... 7,074 28,090 L'Eau qui Court- 261....... Lincoln......... 17 3,632 Lyon............... 78......... Madison......... 1,133 5,589 Merrick......... -557 5,3,41 M onroe........... 235......... Nance..................... 1,212 Nemaha......... 7,593 10,451 Nuckolls 8 4,235 Otoe............... 12.,345 15,760 Pawnee............- 4,171 6,920 Phelps..................... 2,447 Pierce........,.... 152 1,203 Platte.............. 1,899 9,511 Polk................ 136 6,846 Red Willow........... 3,044 Richardson..... 9,780 1-5,028 Saline............. 3,106 14,491 Sarpy.............. 2,913 4,481 Saundcrs........ 4,54-7 15,809 Seward........... 2,953 11,147 Sherm an.................. 2,001 Sioux....................... 99 Stanton.......... 636 1,813 Taylor............ 97......... Thayer.................... 6,113 Valley............. 2,324 Washington... 4,452 8,631 Wayne........... 182 813 Webster......... 16 7,108 W hee er..................... 644 York.............. 04 - 11,170 Unorganized Northwest'n Territory.... 52 Unorganized Terri'y west of Madison 2,913 County........ 18 s' Winnebago Indian Reservation.... 31 Pawnee Indian Reservation. 44 Total........... 122,993 452,433 White, 449.805; Colored, 2,627, including 283 Indians. NIEVADA. ChurchillI........ 196 47-) Douglas.......... 1,215 1,581 Elko............. 3,447 5,71-7 Esmeralda..... 1,553 3,220 Eureka.................. 7,086 Humboldt...... 1,916 3,480 Lander........... 2,815 3,62-4 Lincoln........... 2,985 2,637 Lyon............... 1,837 2,409 Nye................ 1,087 1,87.) Ormsby......... 3,668 5,410 Roop................ 133 286 Storey -.....*....... 11,359 16,115 Washoo......... 3,091 5,664 White Pine..... 7,189 2,682 Total............ 42,491 62,265 White, 54,573t; Colored, 8,691, of which 5,43U are Chinese, and 2,803 Indians. NEW HAMPSHIRE.. Belknap......... 17,681 17,948 Carroll........... 17,332 18,222 Cheshire......... 27,265 28,7;;4 Coos............... 34,932 ]8,580 G rafton.......... 39,103 3.3,790 IHttsborough.. 61],238 5,633 Merrimack..... 42,151 46,295 IRock i ngh am... 47,297 9,062 Straffordl......... 30,243 35,559 Sullivan.........;. 18,058 18,1G1 Total............ 318,300 346,981 White, 346,264; Colored, 720, including 00 Indians. NEW JERSEY. Atlantic......... 14,093 18,703 Bergen.......... 30,122 30,790 Burlington...... 53,639 55,403 Camden.......... 40,193 C2,941 Cape May....... 8,349 9,765 Cumberland... 31,665 57,691 Essex............. 1M3,839 189,819 Gloucester...... 21,562 25,886 Hudson......... 129,067 ] 87,950 Hunterdon...... 33,963 38,568 Mercer........... 4G,3SO 58,058 Middlesex...... 45,029.52,286 Monmouth...... 46,195 55,535 Morris........... 43,137 50,867 Ocean............. 13,628 14,455 Passaic........... 4,4316 68,716 Salem............ 23,940 24,580 Somerset........ 23,510 27,161 Sussex............ 23,168 23,553 Union............ 41,859 55,571 Warren......... 34,336 30,588 Total.......... 906,0961,130,983 Whitr, 1,091,856; Colored 39,036, including 183 Chinese, and 58 Indians. NEW YORK. Albany........... 133,052 155,044 Allegany........ 40,814 41,801 Broome.......... 44,103 49,481 Cattaraugus.... 43,909 55,806 Cayuga........... 59,550 65,084 Chautauqua.... 59,327 65,340 Chemung........ 35,281 43,065 Chenango...... 40,504 39,890 Clinton........... 47,947 50,901 Columbia....... 47,044 47,925 Cortland......... 25,173 25,821 Delaware........ 42,972 42,719 Dutchess........ 74,041 71,lC2 Erie............... 178,699 219,886 Essex............ 29,042 3t,515 Franklin......... 30,271 32,389 Fulton........... 27,064 31,006 NEW YORK-Continued. POPULATION. COUNTIES. 18-70. ISM Genesee......... 31,C06 32,G55 Greene............ 31,832 32,695 H1amilton........ 2,960 3,934 Herkimer...... 39,929 42,667 Jefferson6..5...... 5,415 0'106 Kings............. 419,921 599,549 Lewis...:;........ 28,699. 31,116 Livingston...... 38,30q 39,573 Madison......... 43'522 44,115 Monroe........... 117,868 144,902 Montgormlery... 34,457 38,315 New York....... 912,292.1,206,577 Niagara.......... 50,437 51,174 Oneida........... 110,008 115,325 Onondaga..... 104,183 117,885 Ontario.......... 4-,)108 49,377 Orange-............ 80,902 88,217 Orleans........... 27,689 30,128 Oswego.......... 77,941 77,914 Otsego............ 48,967 51,397 Putnam......... 15,420- 15,181 Queens.......... 73,803 90,547 Ioensselaer..... 99,549 115,340 Itichmond...... 33,029 38,99t Rockland....... 25,213 27,690 Saratoga........ 51,529 55,155 Schenectady... 21,347 23,558 Schoharie....... 33,340 32,938 Schuyler.......,.. 18,989 18,842 Seneca..... V:.." 27,823 29,219 Steuben......... 67,717 77,581 St. Lawrence... 84,826 83,993 Suffolk............. 46,924 53,926 Sullivan........... 34,550 32,490. Tioga.............. 30,572 32,672 Tompkins....... 33,178 34,445 Ulster............ 84,075 85,838 Wa'rren........... 22,592 25,18o Washington...; 49,568 47,874 Wayne............ 47,710 51,704 Westchestor...; 131,348 108,987 Wyoming....... 2J,164 30,907 Yates............. 19,595 21,085 Total-........ 4,382,7595,083,810 White, 5,017,142; Colored, 66,666, including 783 Indians, and 942 Chinese. NORTH CAROLINA. Alamance...... 11,874 14,613 Aloxander...... 6,868 8,355 Alleghany...... 3,691 5,486 Anson............ 12,428 18,000 Ashe..-............ 9,573. 14,436 Beaufort......... 13,011 17,471 Bertie........... 12,950 16,401 Bladen........... 12,831 16,158 Brunswick..... 7,754 9,390 Buncombe...... 15,412 21,910 Burke............ 9,777 12,811 Caba'rus......... 11,954 14,964 Caldw-1ll......... 8,476 10,283 Camdenr.......... 5,361 6,274 Carteret.......... 9,0)10 9,785 Caswell........... 16,081 17,825 Catawba.......... 10,984 14,946 Chatham......... 19,723 23,456 Cherokee....... 8,080 8,182 Chowan......... 6)450 7,900 Clay.............. 2,461 3,316 Cleveland....... 12,G96 16,57t Columbus....... 8,474 -14,439, Craven............ 20,516 19,729 Cumberland... 17,035 23,836 Currituck....... 5,13t 6,476 Dare............... 2,778 3,245 Davidson........ 17,414 20,333 Davie............. 9,620 11,097 Duplin............ 15,542 18,771 Edge-ombeo.... 22,970 26,1I79 Forsyth.......... 13,050 1,070 Franklin....... 14,134 20,829 Oaston...... 12,002 14,25 l (Gates.............. 7,724 8,897 G-aham......... 2,335 Gran ville....... 24,31.1,285 Oroene........... 8,687 10,034 Guilford......... 21,736 23,584 HalifIax........... 20,408 30,300 IHarnett......... 8,89.5 10,862 H~aywood....... 7,921 10,271 Henderson..... 7,706 10,280 H[ertford......... 9,273 11,843 l]yde............. 6,445 7,765 hredell............ 16,031 22,672 Jackson.......... 6,683 7,343 Johnston......... 16,897 23,46y2 Jones.............. 5,002 7,493 Lenoir............ 10,434 1 5,344 Lincoln......... 9,573 11,061 5icDowell...... 7,592 9,836 Macon............ 6,615 8.064 Madison......... 8,192 12,8'10 Martin............ 9,647 13,140 Mecklenburg. 24,299 34,180 Mitchell......... 4,705 9,435 Montgomery.. 7,487 9,375 Moore............ 12,040 16,821 Nash............... 11,077 17,731 New Hanover. 27,978 21,387 Northampton. 14,749 20,032 Onslow........... 7,569 9,828 Orange............ 17,507 23,698 Pamlico.................. 6,324 Pasquotank.... 8,131 10,386 Pender.................... 12,468 Perquimans... 7,945 9,468 Person............. 11,170 13,719 Pitt................. 17,276 21,790 Polk............... 4,319 5,063 Randolph........ 17,551 20,836 Richmond...., 12,882 18,245 Robeson......... 16,262. 23,882 Rockingham.. 15,708 21,744 Rowan1............ 1,810 19,917 Rutherford..... 11,121 15,198 Sampson......... 10,436 22,892 Stanly............ 8,315 10,506 Stokes............ 11,208 15,353 Surry.............. 11,252 15,301 Swain................... 3,785 Transylvania... 3,536 5,340 Tyrrell............ 4,173 4,545 Union,...........-. 12,217 13,056 Wake............. 35,617 48,209 Warren........... 17,768 22,019 Washington... 6,516 8,928 Watauga.........- 5,287 8,160 Wayne....... '18,144 24,943 Wilkes............ 15,539 19,181 Wilson........... 12,258 16,064 Yadkin........... 13,697 12,421 Yancey............ 5,909 7,693 Totral............ 1,071,3611,400,047 White, 867,467; Colored, 532,533, including. 1,2166 Indians. OHIO. Adams............ 20,750 24,004 Allen............... 23,623 31,323 Ashland......... 21,933 23,883 Ashtabula...... 32,517 37,139 Athens............ 23,768 28,451 OHIO.-Continued. - POPULATION. COUNTS. 870. 1880. Auglaize......... 20,04t 25,443 Belmont......... 39,7,14 49,638 Brown............ 30,802 32,726 Butler............ 39, 912 42,580 CarrollI............ 14,491 16,416 Champaign..... 24,188 27,817 Clark.............. 32,070 41,947 Clermont......... 34,268 36,713 Clinton............ 21,914 27,539 Columbiana... 38,299 48,G03 Coshocton...... 23,CO0 20,640 Crawford........ 25,556 30,583 Cuyahoga....... 132,010 193,937 Darke............. 32,278 40,498 JDefiance......... 15,719 22,51-8 Delaware-....... 25,J75 27,380 Eric..........,. 28,188 32,640 Fairfield:....... 31,138 34,283 Fayett........... 17,170 20,364 Franklin........ 63,019 81,816 Fulton........... 17,789 21,062 Gallia.............. 25,545 28,124 Geauga........... 14,190 14,255 Greene...;....... 28,038 31,348 Guernsey......... 23,838 27,197 Hamilton........ 260,370 313,345 Hancock......... 23,847 27,788 ardin............ 18,714 27,028 Harrison........ 18,682 20,455 Henry............ 14,028 20,587 Highland....... 29,133 30,277 Hocking......... 17,925 21,126 Holmes.......... 18,177 20,775 Huron............. 28,532 31,609 Jackson......... 21,759 23,679 Jefferson....:... 29,188 33,018 Knox............. 20,333 27,450 1ake............... 15,935 16,326 Lawrencee....... 31,380 39,068 Licking......... 35,756 40,451 Logan.............. 23,028 26,268 Lorain............ 30,308 35,525 Lueas'...,......... 46,722 67,388 Madison........ 15,633,- 20,129 Mahoning......31,001 42,867 Marion.....*...... 16,181 20,564. Medina........ 20,092 21,454 Meigs........... 31,465 32,325 Mercer............ 17-254 21,808 Miami....8....... 32,740 36,178 Monroe........... 25,779 26,497 Montgomery... 64,006 78,545 Morgan........... 20,363 20,074 Morrow........... 18,583 19,073 Muskingum... 44,886 49,612 Noble............. 19,949 21,137 Ottawa............ 13,364 19,763 Paulding......... 8,544 13,489 Perry.............. 18,453 28,218 Pickaway....... 24'875 ''.-.27,353 Pike............... 15,447 17,927 Portage.......... 21,584 27,500 Preble............ 21,809, 24534 Putnam.......... 17,081 23,718 Richland........ 32.516 365305 Ress................ 37,097 40,307 Snndusky....... 25,503 32,0G3 Scioto........... 29,302 33,504 Seneca............ 30,827 36,955 -Shelby............ 2:>,748 24,130 Stark............... 52,508 64,027.1 Summit.......... 34,674 43,788 Trumbullt....... 33,659 4,882, T uscarawas..... 33,840 40,197 Union............ 18,730 22,3744 Van Wert........ 15,823 23,030 Vinton............ 15,027 17,226! Warren............ 26j689 28,392 Waslhington.... 40,609 41,264 Wayne.............. D5,116 37,452 Williams......... 20,991 ý3,821 Wood...............24,596 34,026 Wyandot......... 18,553 22,401 Total........... 2,~65,200 3,149,239' White, 3,118,344; Colored, 79,895, including 113 Indian', and 117 Chinese. OREGON. B~aker............. 2,804 4,G15 Benton............ 4,584 6,403 Claekamas...... 5,993 9,260 Clarke.......................... Clatsop........... 1,255 7,222 Columbia........ 863 2,042 Coos................ 1,644 4,834 Curry.............. 504 1,208 Dougias......... C,OG6 9,596 Grant............. 2,251 ~4,303 Jackson......... 4,778 8,154 Josephine....... 1,204 2,485 Lake....................... 2,804 Lane.............. 6,426. 9,411 Lew is.............................. Linn.................8,717 12,X75 Marion............ 9,965 14,576 Multnomah.... 11,510 25,201 Polk............... 4,701 6,601 Tillamook....... 408 970 Umatilla........ 2,916 9,607 Um pqua............................ Union............ 2,552 6,650 Wasco............ 2,509 11,120 Washington... 4,261 7,082 Yam Hill........ 5,012 7,945 Total............. 90,923 174,767 White, 163,087; Colored, 11,680, including 9,508 Chinese, and 1,679 Indians. PENNSYLVANIA. Adams............ 30,315 32,454 Allegheny...... 262,204 355,759 Armstrong..... 43,382 47,638 Readr........ 36,148 39,603 Bedford......... 21,635 34,932 Berks.............. 10G,701 122,599 Blair.............. 38,051 52,751 Bradford......... 53,204 58,531 Bucks............ 64,336 68,654 Butler............ 36,510 52,536 Cambria......... 36,569 46,824 Cameron........ 4,273 5,159 Carbon........... 28,144 31,922 Centre............. 34,418 37,920 Chester......... 77,805 83,478 Clarion-........... 26,537 40,326 Clearfield........ 25,741 43,407 Clinton........... 23,211 26,278 Columbia........ 28,766 32,408 Crawford......... 63,832 68,604 Cumberland... 43,912 45,978 Dauphin.......... 60,740 76,127 Delaware.......... 39,403 56,102 Elk................. 8,488 12,800 Erie............ 65,973 74,681 Fayette.......... 43,284 58,ý938 Forest............. 4,010 4,385 Franklin.......... 45,365 49,853 Fulton............ 9,360 10,149,Greene........... 25,887 28,290 Huntingdon... 31,251 33,956 Indiana........... 36,138 40,558 Jefferson......... 21,656 27,935 PENNSYLVANIA.-Con. POPULATION. 1870. 1880. Juniata,........ 17,390 18,227 Lackawanna............. 89)268 Lancaster.. ]. 121.340 139,443 j awrence........ 27,298 33,311 Lebanon........ 34,096 38,476 Lehigh............ 5o,796 65,969 Luzerne......... 160,915 133,066 Lycoming...... 47,626 57,482 McKean......... 8,825 42,566 Mercer.......... 49,977 56,162 Mifflin............. 17,508 19,577 Monroe.......... 18,362 20,175 Montgomery... 81,612 96,494 Montour.......... 15,344 15,466 Northampton.. 61,432 70,316 North umber'd 41,444 53,123 Perry.............. 25,447 27,522 Philadelphia.. 674,022 846,980 Pike............... 8,436 9,661 Potter............ 11,265 13,798 Schuylkill...... 116,428 129,977 Snyder............ 15,606 17,797 Somerset........ 28,226 38,146 Sullivan.......... 6,191 8,073 Susquehanna.. 37,523 40,351 Tioga............. 35,097 45.814 Union............ 35,565 16,905 Venango........ 47,925 48,670 Warren........... 23,897 27,981 Washington... 48,483 55,417 Wayne........... 33,188 33,512 Westmoreland 58,710 77,993 Wyoming....... 14,585 15,598 York.............. 76,134 87,839 Total........... 3,521,951 4,282,786 White, 4,197,10r: Colored, 85,680, including 170 Chinese, and 168 Indians. RHODE ISLAND. Bristol............ 9,121 11,394 K en t.............. 18,595 20,587 Newpor't......... 20,050 21-,180 Providence.... 149,190 -197,874 Washington.... 20,097 22,495 Total............. 217,353 276,530 White, 269,933; Colored, 6,597, including 94 Indians. SOUTH CAROLINA. Abbeville......... 31,129 40,822 Aiken............... 2-,122 Anderson-...... 2'4,049 31,6 13 Barnwell........ 3-1,724 39,858 B ceau fort.......... 34,359 30,190 Charleston...... 8R,833 102,825 Chester.......... 18,805 24,153 Chesterfield... 10,534 16,345 Clarendon....... 1,17038 19,190 Colleton......... 25,410 3",390 Darlington...... 23,213 31,485 EdgefieIld....... 42,486 45,846 Fairfield......... 19.888 27,766 Georgetown... 10,161 19,0613 Greenville...... 21,232 37,494 Eampton................ 18,767 Horry............ 10,721 F),574 Kershaw........ 11,75 21,538 Laneas ter...... 12,587 16,903 Laurens......... 22 536 29,444 Lexington...... 11,9S8 18,591) D [arion........... 22,160 3 ),107 Marlborough.. 11,814 2),598 Newberry........ 20.775 26 497 Oconee...........; 10.536 1r.256 OranIgIburg... ] 6,8- 5 4-.I395 Pendleton..................... Pickens.......... 10,269 1,39l Richland....... 23,025 2,q,585 Spartanburg.... 25,784 40,408 Sumter.......... 25,2.68 37,037 Union............ 19,248 24,081 Williarnsburgh 15,489 2 L110 York............... 24,286 30,713 Total.......... 705,606". 995,622 White, 391,258; Colored, 604,488, including 114 Indians. 1 TENNESSEE..Anderson........ 8,704 18,820 Bedford......... 24,333 26,027 Benton-.....*..... 8,284 9,780 Bledsoe........... 4,870 5,618 Blount............ 14,237 ' 15,985 Bradley.......... 11,652 12,124 Campbell........ 7,445 lo,005 Cannon........... 10,502 11,859 CarrollI............ 19,447 2-,104 Carter............ 7,909 10,019 Cheatham...... 6,678 7.955 Claiborne....... 9,321 13,373 Clay........................... 0,987 Cocke............. 12458 14,808 Coffee.............. 10,237 12,894 Crockett.............. 14,108 Cumberland.... 3,461 4,538 Davidson........ 62,897 79,137 Decatur.......... 7,772 8,498 Do Kalb......... 11,425 14,814 Dickson.......... 9,340 12,460 Dyer............... 1 C,706 1.5,118 Fayette.......... 26,145 31,871 Fentress......... 4,717 5,941 Franklin......... 14,970 17,178 Gibson............ 25,666 32,685 Giles............... 32,413 36,016 Granger......... 12,421 12,384 Greene........... 21,668 24,004 Grundy........... 3,250 4,592 Hamblen................ 10,188 Hamilton......-.. 17,241 23,642 Hancock......... 7,148 9,098 I.ardeman...... 18,074 22,921 Hardin,............ 11,768 14,794 Hawkins........:. 15,837 20,610 Haywood......... 25,094 26,054 Henderson..... 14,217 17,429 Henry............. 20,380 22,141 Hickman......... 9,F56 12.093 -H ouston................... 4,295 Humphreys... 9,326 11,379 Jackson......... 12,583 12,008 Jam es...................... 5,187 Jefferson........ 19,476 15,846 Johnson.......... 5,852 7,766 Knox............. 28,990 39,121 -Lake............... 2A428 3,968 Lauderdale.... 10,838 14,918 Lawrence....... 7,601 10,383 Lewis............. 1,986 2,181 Lincoln......... 28,050 26 960 London.................... 9,148 McMinn......... 13,969., 15,064 McNairy......... 32,726 17,271 Macon............ 6,633 9,274 Madison......... 23,480 30,874 Marion............ 6,841 10,911 Marshall......... 16,207 19,260 Maury............ 36,289 39,945 i - i i.; *

Page  71 ! POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES IN 1870 AND 1880, BY COUNTIE ',.. madl S.... T,; TENNESSEE.-Contin'd. POPULATION. COUNTIES. CUTE. 1870. 1880. Meigs.............. 4,51.1 7,117 Monroe........... 12,589 14,283 Montgomery... 21,747 28,461 M oore....................... 6,233 Morgan.......... 2,969 5,156 Obion............. 15,584 22,923 Overton.......... 11,297 12,163 Perry............. 6,925 7,174 Polk.............. 7,369 7,269 Putnam........... 8,698 11,501 Rhea............... 5,538 7,073 Roane........... 15,622 15,237 Robertson....... 16,166 18,862 Rutherford.... 33,289 36,741 Scott............... 4,054 6,021 Sequatchie...... 2,335. 2,565 Sevier............ 11,028 15,541 Shelby............ 76,378 78,433 Smith............. 15,994 17,799 Stewart........... 12,019 12,690 Sullivan......... 13,136 18,321 Sumner.......... 23,711 23,625 Tipton...... 14,884 21,033 Trousdale.,............. 6,646 U nicoi........................ 3,645 Union........... 7,605 10,261 Van Buren...... 2,725 2,933 Warren.......... 12,714 14,079 Washington.... 16,317 16,181 Wayne......... 10,209 11,30L Weakley......... 20,755 24,538 White............. 9,375 11,176 Williamson.... 25,328 28,313 Wilson............ 25,881 28,745 Total........... 1,258,520 1,542,463 White, 1,139,120; Colored, 403,343, including 326 Indians, and 26 Chinese. TEXAS. Anderson....... 9,229 17,395 Andrews....... Dawson........ Gaines......... I........... 44 Marlin......... Terry............ Yoakum,......J Angelina......... 3,985 5,240 Aransas.................... 996 Archer...................... 596 Armstrong...'] Briscoe....... ........ 50 Randall........ Swisher........ Atascosa........ 2,915 4,217 Austin............ 15,U87 14,429 Bailey........' Cochran...... H ale.................. 25 Hockley...... | Lamb........... Lubbock...... j Bandera......... 649 2,158 Bastrop........... 12,290 17,215 Baylor....................... 715 Bee................. 1,082 2,298 Bell................ 9)771 20,620 Bexar............. 17,120 30,481 Blanco............. 1,187 3,583 Borden......... ) Howard........- 202 Mitchell*.....*,)*I... Bosque. -......... 4,981 11,217 Bowie............. 4,684 10,965 Brazoria.......... 7,527 9,780 Brazos............ 9,205 13,580 Brown............. 544 8,415 Burleson......... 8,072 9,242 Burnetr............ 3,688 6,855 Caldwell......... 6,572 11,757 Calhoun.........* 3,443 1,739 Callahan................... 3,453 Cameron......... 10,999 14,959 Camp....................".... 5,93l Carson.........' Gray.............,. Hutchinson. -.......... 166 M oore~........... Potter.......... | ass............. 8,875 16,723 Castrow..... ".* Dalfam......... Deaf Smit-h... I..... 425 Hartley........ l 01dham........| Parmer....... J Chambers....... 1,503 2,187 Cherokee........ 11,079 16,724 Childress..... " Colling's-......... 43 worth........ Green.......... Clay................. 5,045 Coleman......... 347 3,603 Collin............. 14,013 25,985 Colorado......... 8,326 16,673 Comal............. 5,283 5,546 Comanche...... 1,001 8,608 Concho...................... 800 Cooke............ 5,315 20,391 Coryell............ 4,224 10,924 C o ttle........... " Mortley........ - 116 Dickens....... King........... J Crocket~t................... 127 Crosby......... 1 Floyd...;............. 130 Garza............ Lynn........... J Dallas............ 13,314 33,490 D elta.......................... 5,597 Denton........... 7,251 18,145 De Witt.......... 6,443 10,061 Dimmit.......... 109 665 Donley........ 196 Hall............. J. Duval............. 1,083 5,732 Eastland......... 88 4,855 Edwards................... 266 Ellis............... 7,514 21,294 El Paso............ 3,671- 3,845 Encinal.......... 427 1,902 Erath.............. 1,801 11,796 Falls............... 9,851 16,241 Fannin.......... 13,207 25,501 Fayette........... 16,863 28,004 Fisher............... 238 Scurry.......... Fort Bend...... 7,114 9,380 Franklin................ 5,280 Freestone...... 8,199 14,922 Frio............... 309 2-130 Galveston....... 15,290 24,126 Gillespi......... 3,566 5,228 GoliaT............. 39628 5,832 Gonzales......... 8,951 14,840 Grayson.......... 14,387 38,108 Gregg........................ 8,539 Grimes............ 13,218 18,606 Guadalupe...... 7,282 12,202 Hamilton......... 733 6,365 Hansford...... Lipscomb.... 87 Ochiltree...... ] 87 Sherman.....o.J TEXAS.-Continued. POPULATION. COUNTIES. 1 1 Hardeman... ) 176 Wilbarger.... f Hardin............ 1,460 1,870 Harris............ 17,375 27,985 11 arrison......... 13,241 25,175 Haskell........ 125 K nox...........J.......... Hays............... 4,088 7,556 HIemphill........ W heeler...... "". 661 Henderson.... 6,678 9,734 Hidalgo.......... 2).i87 4,347 Hill................ 7,453 16,559 Hood.............. 2,585 6,127 Hopkins......... 12,651 15,461 Houston.......... 8,147 16,709 Hunt............... 10,291 17,229 Jack............... 694 6,627 Jackson.......... 2,278 2,723 Jaqper............. 4,218 6 5,778 Jefferson......... 1,906 3,489 Johnson.......... 4,923 17,912 Jones........................ 546 Karnes............ 1,705 3,270 Kaufman........ 6,895 15,448 Kendall.......... 1,536 2,763 Kent.............. 196 S t o n e w a l l..... "... Kerr -.............. 1,042 2,169 Kimble........... 72 1,343 Kinney........... 1,204 4,483 Lamer............. 15,790 27,191 Lampasos....... -1,344 6,421 La Salle.......... 69 789 Lavaca............. 9,168 13,642 Lee.................. 8,939 Leon.............. 6,523 12,818 Liberty........... 4,414 4,999 Limestone...... 8,591 16,246 Live Oak......... 852 1,094 Llano............. 1379 4,962 McCulloch...... 173 1,533 McLennan...... 13,500 26,933 McMullen....... 230 701 Madison.......... 4,061 5,395 Marion............. 8,562 10,985 Mason............. 678 2,655 Matagorda...... 3,377 3,940 Maverick........ 1,951 2,967 Medina........... 2,078 4,492 Menard.......... 667 1,239 Milam.............. 8,984 18,659 Montague....... 890 11,257 Montgomery.. 6,483 10,154 M orris...................... 5,032 Nacogdoches.. 9,614 11,592 Navarro.......... 8,879 21,705 Newton........... 2,187 4,359 Nolan........................ 640 Nueces........... 3,975 7,669 Orange............ 1,255 2;938 Palo Pinto................ 5,885 Panola............ 10,119 12,218 Parker............ 4,186 15,871 Pecos........................ 1,807 Polk....... 8,707 7,191 Presidio......... 1,636 2,873 Rains........................ 3,035 Red River...... 10,653 17,194 Refugio.......... 2,324 1,585 Robertson...... 9,990 22,385 Rockwall................... 2,984 Runnels................980 Rusk............... 10,916 18,987 Sabine............ 3.256 4,161 San Augustine 4,196 5,085 San Jacinto.............. 6,186 San Patricio.... 602 1,010 San Saba......... 1,425 5,325 Shakleford...... 455 2,037 Shelby............ 5,732 9,524 Smith............. 16,532 21,858 Som ervell................. 2,649 Starr............... 4,154 8,304 Stephens-......... 330 4,726 Tarrant........... 5,788 24,678 Taylor...................... 1.,736 Throekmorton...... 711 Titus............... 11,339 5,959 Tom. Green............. 3,615 Travis............ 13,153 26,975 Trinity........... 4,141 4,945 Tyler.............. 5,o10 5,826 Upshur........... 12,039 10,261 Uvalde............ 851 2,,549 Van Zandb...... 6,494 12,610 Victoria......... 4,860 6,290 Walker........... 9,776 12,844 W aller...................... 9,021 Washington.... 23,104 27,584 Webb............. 2,615 5,273 Wharton......... 3,426 4,549 W ichita.................... 433 Will iamson..... 6,368 15,156 Wilson............ 2,556 -7,118 Wise............... 1,450 16,605 Wood.............. 6,894 11,212 Young............ 135 4,727 Zapata............. 1,488 3,634 Zavalla............ 133 410 Total............ 818,579 1,592,574 White, 1,197,493; Colored, 395,081, including 932 Indians and 142 Chinese. VERMONT. Addison.......... 23,484 24,174 Bpnnington.... 21,325 21,945 Caledonia....... 22,235 23,607 Chittende-.... 36,480 32,798 Essex............. 6,811 7)931 Franklin........ 30,291 30,225 Grand Isle...... 4,082 4,124 Lamoille......... 12,448 12,684 Orange........... 23,090 23,529 Orleans........... 21,035 22,082 Rutland.......... 40,651 41,830 Washington.... 26,520 25,403 Windham....... 26,036 26,762 Windsor......... 36,063 35,192 Total............ 330,551 332;286 White, 331,243; Colored, 1,043. VIRGINIA.--Continued. POPULATION. COUNTIES. 0 8 Carroll........... 9,147 13,323 Charles City... 4.975 5,512 Charlotte,....... 14,513 16,653 Chesterfield... 18,470 23,773 Clarke............ 6,670 7,682 Craig.............. 2,942 3,794 Culpeper......... 12,227 13,408, Cumberland... 8,142 10,540 Dinwiddie...... 30,702 35,375 Elizabeth City 8,303 10,691 Essex............. 9,927 11,032 Fairfax.......... 12,952 16,025 Fauquier........ 19,690 22,993 Floyd............ 9,824 13,255 Fluvanna........ 9,875 10,802 Franklin........ 18,264- 25,084 Frederick...... 16,596 17,553 Giles............... 5,875 8,794 Gloucester...... 10,211 11,876 Goochland...... 10,313 10,292 Grayson.......... 9,587 13,068 Greene............ 4,634 5,829 Greenville....... 6,362 8,407 Halifax.......... 27,828 33,588 Hanover......... 16,455 18,588 Henrico.......... 66,179 82,956 Henry............. 12,303 16,009 Highland........ 4,151 5,164 Isle of Wight., 8,320 10,572 James City..... 4,425 5,422 King & Queen 9,709 10,502 King George... 5,742 6,397 King William. 7,515 8,748 Lancaster....... 5,355 6,160 Lee................. 13,268 15,116 Loudon.......... 20,929 23,634 Louisa............ 16,332 18,941 Lunenburgh... 10,403 11,535 Madison......... 8,670 10,562 Matthews...... 6,200 7,501 Mecklenburg.. 21,318 24,611 Middlesex...... 4,981 6,252 Montgomery... 12,556 16,693 Nansemond.... 11,576 15,904 Nelson............ 13,898 16,535 New Kent........ 4,381 5,515 Norfolk........... 46,702 58,654 Northampton.. 8,046 9,152 Northumberland............ 6,863 7,929 Nottoway........ 9,291 11,156 Orange........... 10,396 13,051 Page:............... 8,462 9,965 Patrick.......... 10,161 12,833 Pittsylvania... 31,343 52,589 Powhatan....... 7,667 7,817 Prince Edward 12)004 14,668 Prince George 7,820 8,861 Princess Anne 8,273 9,394 Prince William 7,504 9,180 Pulaski.......... 6,538 8,750 Rappahannock 8,261 9,291 Richmond...... 6$503 7,198 Roanoke......... 9,350 13,105 Rockbridge.... 16,058 20,003 Rockingham.. 23,668 29,567 Russell........... 11,103 13,906 Scott.............. 13,036 17,233 Shenandoah... 14,936 18,204 Smyth............ 8,898 12,159 Southampton.. 12,285 18,012 Spottsylvania.. 11,728 14,829 Stafford.......... 6,420 7,210 Surry.............. 5,585 7,391 Sussex............ 7,885 10,062 Tazewell........ 10,791 12,861 Warren........... 5,716 7,399 Warwick......... 1,672 2,257 Washington... 16,816 25,203 Westmoreland 7,682 8,846 W ise............... 4,785 7,772 Wythe............ 11,611 14,318 York............... 7,198 7,348 Toal1............ 1,225,1631,512,806 White, 880,739; Colored, 632,067. WEST VIBSGINIA. WISCONSIN -Continued, POPULATION. COUNTIES. 1070. 1880. Brown............ 25,168 Buffalo........... 11,123 Burnett.......... 706 Calumet.......... 12,335 Chippewa....... 8,311 Clark.............. 3,450 Columbia........ 28,802 Crawford........ 13,075 D allas...................... Dane.............. 53,096 Dodge............ 47,035 Door............... 4,919 Douglas.......... 1,122 Dunn.............. 9,488 Eau Claire...... 10,769 Fond du Lac... 46,273 Grant............. 37,979 Green............. 23,611 Green Lake.... 13,195 Iowa............... 24,544 Jackson.......... 7,687 Jefferson1........ 34,040 Juneau........... 12,372 Kenosha......... 13,147 Kewaunee...... 10,128 La Crosse....... 20,297 La Fayette...... 22,659 La Pointe................. Langlade.................. Lincoln..................... Manitowoc...... 33,364 Marathon........ 5,885 M arinette................. Marquette...... 8,056 Milwaukee...... 89,930 Monroe........... 16,550 Oconto........... 8,321 Ontogamie...... 18,430 Ozaukee......... 15,564 Pepin.............. 4,659 Pierce............ 9,958 Polk............. 3,422 Portage.......... 10,634 Price....................... Racine............ 26,740 Richland....... 15,731 Rock.............. 39,030 Sauk............. 23,860 Shawano....... 3,166 Sheboygan...... 31,749 St. Croix........ 11,035 Taylor........'............ Trempealeau.. 10,732 Vernon........... 18,645 Walworth....... 25,972 Washington... 23,919 Waukesha...... 28X274 Waupaca......... 15,539 Waushara....... 11,279 Winnebago.... 37,279 W ood:........,..... 3,912 34,090 15,528 3,140 16,631 15,491 10,715 28,065 15,644 '53,234 45,929 11,645 655 16,818 19,992 46,855 37,852 21,729 14,481 23,628 13,285 32,155 15,580 13,550 15,807 27,072 21,278 685 2,011 37,506 17,121 8,929 8907 138,523 21,606 9,848 28,716 15,462 6,226 17,744 10,018 17,731 785 30,921 18,174 38.823 9.Q '79. DAKOTA.-Continued. POPULATION. CONTI. 1870. 1880. Lawrence................ 13,248 Lincoln........... 712 5,897 McCook................... 1,283 M eyer..................... 115 M iner..................... 363 Minnehaha..... 335 8,252 M oody..................... 3,915 Pembina.........). 1213 4,862 Pennington............. 2,244 Richland................. 3,597 Stutsman................ 1,007 Todd.............. 337......... Traill....................... 4,123 Turner................... 6,320 Union............ 3,507 6,813 Yankton......... 2,097 8,390 Sisseton.... Wahpeton Tndinn Re-..... 30 IDAHO. NEW MEXICO. POPULATION. POPULATION. C'NIS.1870. 188fj CUNIS 1870. 1880.: Ada................ 2,675 4,674 White........... 89,393 107,188 Alturas............. 680 1,693 Colored......... 1,481 11)242 Bear Lake............... 3,235 Boise.............. 3,834 3,214 Total Pop.... 91,874 118,430 Cassia................ 1,312 Idaho.............. 849 2,031 Kootenai................. 518 Including 10,280 Indians, and Lemhi............. 988 2,230 55 Chinese. Nez Perces..... 1,607 3,965 Oneida........... 1,922 6,965 Owyhee.......... 1,713 1,426 Shoshone........ 722 469 Washington............ 879 UTAH. Total........... 14,999 32'611 I -- * White, 29,011; Colored, 3,600, including 164 Indians, and 3,378 Chinese. servation... J Unorganized Territory.. Total............ I 2,091......... 14,181 135,180 White, 133,177; Colored, 2,003, including 1,384 Indians, and 238 Chinese. DIST. OF COLUMBIA. Georgetown City 11,384 12,578 Washing. City 109,199 147,307 Remainder' of ~ the District 11,117 17,753 Total........... 131,700 177,638 White, 118,236; Colored, 59,402. MONTANA. Beaver Head... 722 2,712 Big Horn......... 38......... Choteau.......... 517 3,058 Custer...................... 2,510 Dawson........... 177 180 Deer Lodge.... 4,367 8,876 Gallatin.......... 1,578 3,643 Jefferson........ 1,531 2,464 Lewis and Clarke.......... 5,040 6,521 Madison.,........ 2,684 3,916 Meagher......... 1,387 2,744 Missoula......... 2,554 2,533 Total........... 20,595 39,157 White, 35,468; Colored, 3,689, including 1,750 Indians, and 1,737 Chinese. Beaver........... 2,007 3,918 Box Elder..... 4,855 6,761 Cache........... 8,229 12,561 Davis............... 4,459 5,026 Emery............... 556 Iron.............. 2,277 4,013 Juab............... 2,034 3,473 Kane............. 1,513 3,085 Millard.......... 2,753 3.727 Morgan.......... 1,972 1,783 Pi-Ute............ 82 1,651 Rich............... 1,955 1,263 Rio Virgin...... 450........ Salt Lake........ 18,337.31,978 San Juan................. 204 San Pete.......... 6,786 11,557 Sevier............. 19 5,138 Summit.....%.... 2,512 4,240 Tooele........... 2,177 -4,497 Uintah.................. 799 Utah............... 12,203 17,918 Wahsatch...... 1,244 2,927 Washington.... 3,064 4,235 Weber............ 7,858 12,597 Total........... 86,786 143,906 White, 142,381; Colored, 1,526, including 804 Indians, and 518 Chinese. WASHINGTONO POPULATION. 1870. 1880. Chehalis......... 401 921 Clallam............ 408 638 Clarke............ S,081 5,490 Columbia................ 7,103 Cowlitz........... 730 2,062 Island............ 626 1,087 Jefferson........ 1,268 1,712 King.............. 2,120 6,910 Kitsap............ 866 1,738 Klikitat*.......... 329 4,057 Lewis............ 888 2,600 Mason............ 289 639 Pacific........... 738 1,645 Pierce............. 1,409 3,319 San Juan................. 948 Skamania...... 133 809 Snohomish..... 599 1,387 Spokan.................... 4,262 Stevens.......... 734 1,245 Thurston....... 2,246 3,270 Wahkiakum... 270 1,600 Walla-Walla... 5,300 8,716 Whatcom........ 534 3,137 Whitman................ 7,014 Yakima............. 432 2,811 Disputed Isl'ds.. 554......... Total.............. 23,955 75,120 White, 67,349; Colored, 7,771, including 4,187 Indians, and 3,227 Chinese. WYOMING. Albany............ 2,021 4,741 Carbon............ 1,368 4,075 Laramie........ 2,957 6,532 Sweetwater.... 1,916 2,561 Uintah............ 856 2,879 Total........... 9,118 20,788 White, 19,436; Colored, 1,352, including 914 Chinese, and 139 Indians. Z15, 1 zu 10,371 34,206 18,956 2,311 17,189 23,139 26,249 23,442 28,957 20,954 12,688 42,742 8,981 Barbour......... 10,312 11,870 Berkeley........ 14,900 17,380 Boone............. 4,553 5,824 Braxton......... 6,480 9,787 Brooke.......... 5,464 6,013 Cabell.............. 6,429 13,746 Calhoun......... 2,939 6,074 Clay............... 2,196 3,460 Doddridge...... 7,076 10,552 Fayette.......... 6,617 11,560 Gilmer............ 4,338 7,108 Grant.............. 4,467 5,542 Greenbrier..... 11,417 15,060 Hampshire.... 7,643 10,366 Hancock......... 4,363 4,880 Hardy............ 5,518 6,794 Harrison........ 16,714 20,171 Jackson.......... 10,300 16,312 Jefferson........ 13,219 15,005 Kanawha........ 22,349 32,466 Lewis............. -10175 13,270 Lincoln.......... 5,053 8,739 Logan.'.*.......... 5,124 7,329 Marion............ 12,107 17,198 Marshall.......... 14,941 18,840 Mason............ 15,978 22,293 McDowell....... 1,952 3,074 Mercer........... 7,064 7,467 Mineral......... 6,332 8,629 Monongalia.... 13,547 14,985 Monroe.......... 11,124 11,501 Morgan.......... 4,315 5,777 Nicholas......... 4,458 7,223 Ohio............... 28,831 37,457 Pendleton...... 6,455 8,022 Pleasants........ 3,012 6,255 Pocahontas..... 4,069 5,591 Preston........... 14,555 19,040 Putnam......... 7,794 11,376 Raleigh........... 3,673 7,367 Randolph........ 5,563 8,102 Ritchie........... 9,055 13,474 Roane.............. 7,232 12,184 Summers.................. 8,832 Taylor............ 9,367 11,454 Tucker........... 1,907 3,151 Tyler.............. 7,832 11,072 UPShur........... 8,023 10,249 yne -............ 7,852 14,737 Webster.......... 1,730 3,207 VY etzel........... 8,595 13,896 W irt............... 4,804 7,104 N)ood.............. 19,000 25,006 Wyoming...... 3,171 4,322 'Votal............ 442,014 618,443 White, 592,433; Colored, 25,769. Total.............:1,054,670 1,315,480 White, 1,309,622; Colored, 6,858, including 3,118 Indians, and 16 Chinese. - ' ARIZONA. W hVite............. " 9,581 35,178 Colored........... 77 5,263 Total Pop....... 9,658 40,441 Including 3,493 Indians, and 1,632 Chinese. DAKOTA. Armstrong................ 2,607 Ashmore.......) 87 Sully........... -.... 587 Aurora, (part) of)............ 202 Brule...........) Aurora, (part) of)...........! Bnffalo.................. 262 Lyman......... Cresho......... J Barnes................. 1,585 Beadle.......... 1,443 Hand........... )...... Berthold...... Bottineau.... McHenry.... *......... 247 Renville...... Stevens....... Billings......] Mercer......... 1,235 M orton......... 1,235 Stark............ ~ Bonhomme..... 608 5,469 Boreman...... Campbell........ 676 R ush.................... Walworth....j Brookings... 163 4,995 Brown......... 450 Day...................... 450 Buffalo............. 246......... Burleigh,(part of).................... 1,997 Burleigh, I (part of).... | 1,287 Emmons........... 1,287 Sheridan.....J Cass........................ 8,998 Caviller.......)......... Foster.................. 318 Ram sey................ Charles Nix ) 152 Douglas............. 616 Todd.................... Clark................. 114 Clay................ 2,621 5,001 Codington............... 2,156 Custer..................... 995 Davison................... 1.256 Deuel............ 37 2,302 De Smet...... 1 Gingras....... K idder......... ". 89 Logan......... Edmunds.... Faulk.......... -. McPherson. *... 4t Spink........... Forsyth....... 113 S h a n n o n...... " *... " 1 1 Grand Forks... ' 6,248 Grant....................... 3,010 Harnlin.................... 693 Hanson................ 1,301 Howard......1 Mountrailte. A ý7i Wallette...... |........ 471 Williams...... J Hughes..,......) ]. Stanley........; J * 770 Hutchinson..... 37 2,966 Jayne...~......... 5"......... Kingsbury.............. 1,102 Lake................... 2,657 La Moure.....)(7 Ransom..-....} ~...... 557 STATES AND TERRITORIES. The United States The States............ Alabama................ Arkansas.............. California.............. Colorado.............. Connecticut.......... Delaware............. Florida................ Georgia................ Illinois............... Indiana.............. Iowa.................... Kansas............... Kentucky............. Louisiana............. Maine................... Maryland............. Massachusetts-... Michigan............ Minnesota........... Mississippi........... Missouri.............. Nebraska............. Nevada............... New Hampshire... New Jersey,......... New York............ North Carolina..... Ohio.................... Oregon................. Pennsylvania...... Rhode Island...... South Carolina.... Tennessee........... Texas................... Vermont.............. Virginia................ West Virginia...... Wisconsin............. The States............ Arizona................. Dakota.................. Dist. Columbia...... Idaho.................... Montana................ New Mexico.......... Utah..................... Washington........... Wyoming............... The Territories...... Total Population... 1790. 3929214 3929214 237946 59096 82548 73677 96540 319728 378787 141885 184139 340120 393751 434373 68825 249073 35691 85425 747610 3929214 3.......0................ 3929214 1800. 5308483 5294390 251002 64273 162686 S......... oo, 5,641 220955 S............ 151719 341548 422845 8850 S........... a 183858 211149 589051 478103 45365 602365 69122 345591 105602 -00......... 154465 880200 5924W 0 14693 14O93 5308483 Per cent 1810. 1820. 1830. 1841:0. 1850. 1860. 1 o.0 1880. increase '70 to '80 7239881 9,633822 12866020 17069453 23191876 31443321 38558371 50152866 30.06 7215858 9600783 12820868 17019641 23067262 31183744 38115641 49369595 29.52 POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES AT EACH CENSUS. 1790-1880. FROM THE OFFICIAL CENSUS OF THE UNITED. STATES, 1870 and 1880,............ 127901 309527 590756 771623........... 14255 30388 97574 209897 0............................................... 92597 S............................... "... *............ 261942 275148 297675 309978 72674 72749 76748 78085....................... 34730 54477 252433 340985 516823 691392 12282 55162 157445 476183 24,520 147178 343031 685866 -.................................. 43112 S.................... . o......... oo............ 406511 564135 687917 779828 76556 152923 215739 352411 228705 298269 399455 501793 380546 407350 447040 470019 472040 523159 610408 737699 4762 8765 31639 212267 S................................... o.........6.. 40352 75448 136621 375651 20845 663557 140455 383702 S........................ o............ oo... 370792 91532 87445 906185 851470 988416 192214 982405 517762 583169 583034 994514 397654 6077 606526 ~ 682044 317976 489555 3097394 869039 1980329 13294 2311786 147545 668507 1002717 212592 314120 1421661 964201 435450 379994 34277 460147 112216 140424 1057286 1711951 1350428 674913 107206 1155684 708002 628279 687049 1231066 749113 172023 791305 1182012 28841 6857 326073 672035 3880735 992622 2339511 52465 2906215 174620 703708 1109801 604215 315098 1596318 775881 996992 484471 560247 39864 537454 125015 187748 1184109 2539891 1680637 1194020 364399 1321011 726915 626915 780894 1457351 1184059 439706 827922 1721295 122993 42491 318300 906096" 4382759 1071361 2665260 90923 3521951 217353 705606 1258520 818579 330551 1225163 442014 1054670 1262794 802564 864686 194649 622683 146654' 267351 1539048 8078769 1978362 " 1624620 995966 1648708 940103 648945 934632 1783012 1636331 780806 1131592 2168804 452433 62265 346984 - 1130892 5083810 1400047 3198239 174767 4282786 276528 995622 15642463 1592574 332286 1512806 618443 1315480 26.66 65.65 54.34 388.28 15.85 17.30 42.39 29.97 21.22 17.70 36. 6 17314 24.,0. 29.32 3.51 19.68 22.34 38.19 77.57 36.67 25.99 267.83 46.53 9.01 24.80 15.99 30.67 19.99 92.21 21.60 27.22 40.95 22.56 94.55.52 23.42 39.91 24.72 ma 214460 245562 959049 555500 230760 810091 76931 415115 261727 244022 277426 1372111 638829 531295............ *........... 269328 284-574 320823 373306 1918608 2428921 737987 753419 937903 1519467 1047507 1348233 83015 97199 502741 581185 422771 681904 1724033 108830 594398 829210 S....................... *........................ 217895 235966 280652 291948 974600 1065116 1211405' 1239797.................. 30945 305391 VIRGINIA. Accomac......... 20,409 24,409 Albemarle..... 27,544 32,615 Alexandria..... 16,755 17,545 Alleghany...... 3,674 5,586 Amelia............ 9,878 10,377. Amherst......... 14,900 18,705 Appomattox... 8,950 10,080 7215858 ~9600783 12820868 27019641 23067262 31183744 38115641 49369595 29.52....................................................................... 9658 40441 318.73..............................................: 4837 14181 135180 853.24 24023 33039 39834 43712 51687, 75080 131700 177638 34.88...................................................................... 14999 32611 117.42...................................................................... 20595 39157 90.12............................................... 61547 93516 91874 118430 28.90.............................................. 11380 40273 86786 143906 '65.81"............................................... 11594 23955 75120 213.58...................................................................... 9118 20788 127.98 24023 33039 39834 43712 124614 259577 442730 783271 76.91 7239881 9633822 12866020 17069453 23191876 31443321 38558371 60152866 30.06 Augusta.......... 28,763 35,113 Bath............... 3,795 4,482 Bedford........... 25,327 31,205 Bland.............. 4,000 5,004 WISCONSIN. Botetourt........ 11,329 14,809 Brunswick...... 13,427 16,707 Adams..............6,601 6,741 Buchanan...... 3,777 5,694 Ashland.......... 221 1,559 Buckingham... 13,371 15,540 Barren............ 533 7,023 Cam pbell......... 28,384 36,250 Bad Ax............................... Caroline........., 15,128 17,243 Bayfield......... 344 564 Increase Increase Increase Increase Increase Increase Increase Increase Increase per cent. per cent. per cent. per cent. per cent. per cent. per cent. per cont. per cent. 1790-1800 1801-1810 1810-1820 1820-1830 1830-1840 1840-1850 1850-1860 1860-1870 1870-1880 35.10. 36.38. 33.06. 32.51. 33.52. 35.83. 35.11. 22.6". 30.06. []

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Plate; Whatcam; C. Flattery; Flattery Rocks; Vancouver L.; Strait Of Juan De Fuca; Yew Dung Cress; Victoria Arch; Skagil R.; Mt. Baker; L. Chelam; Olzinagan R.; Colvillo; Pond D’ O’reille; Kootanic R.; L. Kaniksu; Clark’s Fork; Maple R.; Marias R.; Teton R.; Bear’s Paw Mts.; Int. Rocky Mts.; Milk R.; Ft. Kip; Ft. Union; Mini Waken Or Devil’s L.; Pembina; Grafton; Emerson; Red R.; Lake Of The Woods; Rainy R.; Rainy L.; Hunters L.; Dog L.; Ft. William; Nungon B.; Black B.; Isle Royale; Slate Is.; Destruction L.; Pt. Grenville; Grays Harb.; Shoalwater B.; Oysterville; C. Disappointment; Pt. Adams; Mt. Olympus; Port Townsend; Astoria; Olympia; Claquaio; Washington; Seattle; Tacoma; Mt. St. Helens; Kalauai; Cascade Range; Mt. Stuart; Ellenburg; Mt. Raimer; Yakima; Mt. Adams; Yakima R.; Ainsworth; Wallula; Great Plane Of The Columbia; Spokan R.; Coeur De Alene L.; Cheney; Sprague; Snake R.; Dayton; Walla Walla; Forest City; Pierce City; Lewiston; Mt. 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Jefferson; Three Sisters; Des Chutes R.; Columbia R.; The Dalles; Prineville; Pendleton; John Days R.; Umatilla; Blue Mts.; Baker City; Canyon City; Summerville; La Grande; Elk City; Florence; Salmon R.; Little Salmon R.; Salmon River Mts.; Weiser; Washington; Lemlu; Salmon City; Danuck City; Big Hole R.; Rochester; Red Rock R.; Henry’s L.; Henry’s Pk.Powder R.; North Fork ; Madison R.; Virginia City; Bozoman; Billuias; National Park; Yellowstone L.; Heart Mt.; Ft. Ellis; Grey Bull R.; Yellowstone R.; Ft. Custer; Custer R.; Big Horn R.; No Wood C.; Big Horn Mts.; Rosebud R.; Tongue R.; Cloud Pk.; Powder R.; North Fork ( Bette Forache); Deadwood; Black Hill; Red Or Grand River; Moreau Or Owl River; Big Cheyenne R.; Bad R.; South Dakota; Aberdeen; Ft. Sully; Ft. Pierre; Pierre R.; Ft. Thompson; Snake R.; Huron; Dakota Or James R.; L. 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Blanco; Port Orford; Ellensburg; Chetco; Oakland; Roseburg; Galesville; Rogur R.; Kirby; Jacksonville; Oregon; Diamond Pk.; Mt. Thielson; Scotts Pk.; Linkville; Tower Klamath L.; Sage Desert; L. Harney; Summer L.; Abert L.; Goose L.; Christmas L.; Malheur R.; Malheur L.; Stein Mts.; Owyhee R.; Alvord L.; Silver City; Idaho City; Boise R.; Boise City; Rocky Bar; Camp Winthrop; Bruneau R.; East Fork; Snake R.; Malade R.; Lost R.; Goose C.; Raft R.; Promontory; Monument; Ketton; Eagle Rock; Snake R.; Black Foot Mts.; St. Hall; Franklin; Bear R.; Soda Springs; Paris; Bear L.; Jackson L.; Mt. Hayden; Mt. Baird; Fremonts Pk.; Wind R.; Wind River Mts.; Green R.; Big Sandy R.; Owl C.; Camp Brown; South Pass City; Sweetwater R.; Rawlins; Medicine Bow; Wyoming; Ft. Steele; Laramie Mts.; Laramie R.; Ft. Fetterman; Custer; South Fork; Ft. Laramie; North Platte; Smoky Earth Or White R.; Niobrara R.; Valentine; Middle Loup; Chamberlain; Missouri R.; Ft. Randall; Greenwood; Cedar; Oakdale C.; Et. 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Pinos; Mohave R.; Los Angeles; Spadra; San Bernardino; Ivanpah; Camp Cady; Mt. San Bernardino; Grand Canon; Cerbat; Kingman; Mohave City; Hill Williams Mt.; Aubrey; Wickenburg; Prescott; Aubrey Cliffs; Colorado Plateau; San Francisco Mts.; Chino; Humphreys Peak; Black Mesa; Camp Verde; R. Verde; Arizona; Mogollon; R. Puerco; Holbrook; Zuni R.; St. Johns; Zuni; Mesa; Greens Peak; Thomas Peak; Ft. Wingate; Curebro; Zuni Mts.; R. El Rito; Old Zuni; Belen; Limitar; Jemez; Jemez Mts.; Española; Santa Fe; Albuquerque; Peralta; Penta Del Agua; Socorro; New Mexico; Rio Grande; Sapello; Las Vegas; La Cuesta; Luna; Ft. Union; Utah C.; Canadian R.; Ft. Bascom; Ft. Sumner; South F.; North F.; South F.; Pease R.; Oklahoma; Canadian R.; Washita R.; Ft. Sill; Red R.; Okmulgee; Oklahoma; Choteau; Ft. Arbuckle; Gibson; Ft. Gibson; Muskogee; Eufaula; Indian Territory; Reams; Caddo; Kimishi R.; Ft. 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Mitchell; Blairsville; Dalton; Clayton; Walhalla; Dahlonega; Kingston; Lula; Carters V.; Anderson; Gainesville; Elberton; Asheville; Shelby; Spartanburg; Greenville; Yorkville; Unionville; Lancaster; Laurens V.; Newberry; Columbia; Savannah R.; Winnsboro; Salisbury; Raleigh; North Carolina; Charlotte; Wadesboro; Monroe; Cheraw; Gr. Feede R.; Camden; Whitesville; Florence; Fayetteville; Marion; South Carolina; Williamston; Washington; Goldsboro; New Berne; C. Fear R.; Morehead City; Elizabethtown; Wilmington; Onslow Bay; Plymouth; Oregon Inlet; Pamplico Sound; C. Hatteras; Hatteras Inlet; Ocracoke Inlet; Raleigh B.; C. Lookout; Axis Of The Gulf Stream – Warmest Band; Intermediate Cooler Band; Second Warm Band; Outer Edge Of Gulf Stream; Santa Rosa; Santa Cruz; Anacappa; Beggs Rock; San Nicolas; San Clemente; S. Monica; Wilmington; Santa Barbara; Santa Catalina; Tempecula; Anaheija; S. Luis Roy; False Pt.; Pt. Loma; Los Coronados; Descanso Pt. & Bay; Pt. Salsi Puedes; San Jacinto Mts.; San Diego; Table Mt.; Vallecitos; Signal Mt.; Crane Pt.; Lower California; Rio Colorado; Ehrenburg; Eureka; Castle Dome; Gila R.; Gila City; Yuma; Stanwix; Gila Bend; Montague L.; R. Verde; Camp Reno; Salt R.; Phoenix; Maricopa; Sacatin; Florence; Cababi; Camp Apache; Gila R.; S. Pedro R.; Clifton; Camp Grant; Wilcox; Tucson; Lordsburgh; Ft. Tulerasa; Ft. Craig; Palomas; Silver City; Ft. Thorn; Mimbro; Ft. Cummings; Deming; Mosilla; Sierra Madre Plateau; Valverde; Ft. Stanton; Ft. Mc.Rae; Lincoln; Rio Hondo; Rincon; Tudarosa; Ft. Selden; Dona Ana; R. Penasco; Ft. Fillmore; Llano Estacado Or Staked Plain; Guadalupe Mts.; Ft. Chadbourne; Big Wichita R.; Ft. Griffin; Ft. Phantom Hill; Albany; Sweet Water; Henrietta; Denison; Sherman; Jacksboro; Denton; Decatur; Fortworth; Palo Pinto; Weatherford; Cisco; Brazos R.; Cleburne; Waxahatohie; Paris; Bonham; Clarksville; Mc.Kinney; Mt. Pleasant; Dallas; Mineola; Tyler; Athens; Corsicana; Troupe; Jefferson; Locksburgh; Fulton; Prescott; Boston; Texarkana; Linden; Magnolia; Homer; Farmersville; Marshall; Shreveport; Carthage; Red R.; Louisiana; Princeton; Arkansas City; Monticello; Warren; Camden; Hamburgh; Ouachita R.; Lake Providence; Monroe; Verron; Sparta; Delta; Mississippi R.; Grenada; West Point; Greensboro; Greenville; Starkville; Yazoo R.; B. Black R.; Canton; Vicksburg; Jackson; Grand Cult; Newton; Decatur; Mississippi; Macon; Gainesville; Okolona; Aberdeen; Jasper; Columbus; Artesia; Tuscaloosa; Alabama; Greensboro; Marion; York; Meridian; Butler; Alabama R.; Tornbigbee R.; Selma; Jacksonville; Birmingham; Ashland; Atlanta; Carrollton; Calera; Dadeville; Opelika; Tuskegee; Montgomery; Union Springs; Athens; Washington; Covington; Greensboro; Eatonton; Griffin; Barnes V.; West Point; Thomaston; Macon; Georgia; Milledgeville; Ft. Valley; Columbus; Hawkinsville; Americus; Ocmulgee R.; Aiken; Augusta; Warrenton; Kings V.; Burnwell; Millen; Sylvania; Swainsboro; Springfield; Reidsville; Oconee R.; Sumter V.; Sanlee R.; Branchville; Walterborough; Charleston; Winyah B.; C. Roman; Beaufort; Port Royal Sd.; Savannah; 100 Fathom Curve; Long Bay; C. Fear; Frying Pan Shoals; Gulf Stream; (All Saints) Todos Santos Is. & B.; Pt. Banda; Pt. Solidad; Salado; C. Colnett; Saucal; Pt. Invincible; Montague L.; Gore L.; Adair; Gulf Of California; Soni; S. Ignacio; Arivaca; Mexico; Benson; Camp Wallen; Tubac; Santa Cruz; Batepito; Sonora; R. Sonora; Arispe; Espia; Janos; L. De Guzman; L. De S. Maria; Sierra Madre; S. Miguel; Chihuahua; Galena; El Paso; Ft. Bliss; Eagle Mt.; Sierra Blanca; Ft. Quitman; L. De Patos; Rio Pecos; Toyah C.; Apache Mts.; Valentine; Ft. Davis; Aroya; Sanderson; Bonita Mts.; Camp Lancaster; Concho R.; Colorado R.; Brady; Ft. Mc.Kavett; Ft. Terrell; Llano R.; Fredericksburg; Camp Hudson; Texas; Meridian; Comanche; Waco; Gatesville; Belton; San Saba; Lampasas; Cameron; Burnet; Austin; Bastrope; Palestine; Groesbeck; Bremond; Hearne; Huntsville; Rockdale; Phelps; Hempstead; Brenham; San Augustine; Crockett; Trinity; Trinity R.; Nacogdoches; Natchitoches; Neches R.; Jasper; Leesville; Sabine R.; Woodville; Orange; Beaumont; Calcaster R.; St. Joseph; Harrisonburg; Natchez; Alexandria; Liberty; Woodville; Chenayville; Opelousas; Vermillionville; Westville; Williamsburg; Brookhaven; Augusta; Columbia; Pearl R.; Clinton; Franklinton; Amite; Port Hudson; Baton Rouge; Covington; St. James; L. Ponchartrain; New Orleans; Cmaden; Greenville; Grove Hill; St. Stephens; Leakesville; Pollard; Mobile; Mobile Bay; Milton; Biloxi; Pensacola; Troy; Clayton; Eufaula; Abbeville; Evergreen; Pea R.; Ozark; Geneva; Euchee Anna; Vernon; Santa Rosa Inlet; Chattahoochee R.; Tallahassee; Dawson; Albany; Cuthbert; Ft. Gaines; Flint R.; Way Cross; Bainbridge; Thomasville; Chattahoochee; Monticello; Quincy; St. Marks; Live Oak; Apalachee Bay; Lake City; Florida; Altamaha R.; Jesup; Ossabaw I.; Sapelo I.; Brunswick; Du Pont; Okefenokee; Cumberland I.; Swamp; Fernandina; St. Johns R.; Jacksonville; Baldwin; St. Johns R.; Lat. Of Cairo; Guasavas; Carmen; Ft. Leaton; Rio Grande; New Braunfels; San Antonio; Castroville; Uvalde; Eagle Pass; Ft. Elwell; Seguin; Gonzales; Cuero; Pleasanton; R. Frio; Nueces R.; San Patricio; Victoria; Port Lavaca; Indianota; Columbus; Houston; Harrisburg; Richmond; Wharton; Columbia; Brazoria; Matagorda; Matagorda B.; Matagorda I.; Rockport; Liberty; Leesburgh; Sabine Lake; Galveston; Galveston I.; Donaldsonville; Morgan City; Terre Bonnet; Marsh I.; Atchafalaya B.; Caillou B.; Dernier I.; Pointa Hache; Houma; Terre Bonne B.; Timbalier B.; Barataria B.; S.W. Pass; Pass Al’outre; South Pass; Chandeleur Is.; Mouths Of The Mississippi R.; St. Andrews Bay; C. St. Blas; C. St. George; 100 Fathom Curve; Appalachico La R.; Suwanee R.; Cedar Keys; Withlacoochee R.; Waldo; St. Augustine; Gainesville; Palatka; L. George; Ocala; Volusia; Enterprise; Stanford; Orlando; Brooksville; Mosquito Inlet; C. Canaveral; Indian R.; R. Salade; Lavedo; Corpus Christi; Laguna Del Madre; St Joseph I.; Mustang I.; Gulf Of Mexico; Longitude West From Greenwich; Tampa B.; Sarasota B.; Charlotte Harbor; Oyster B.; Tampa; L. Kissimee; Pine Level; Lake Okee-Cho-Bee; The Everglades; Indian R. Inlet; Júpiter Inlet; North West Providence Channel; Little Bahama Bank; Great Bahama; Little Abaco; Great Abaco; Miami; C. Florida; Berry Is.; North East Providence Channel; Eleuthera; Territorial District Of Alaska (Formerly Russian America); Arctic Ocean; Icy C.; Pt. Barrow; Beechy Pt.; Norpitch L.; C. Wankerem; Koliuchin B.; Lisburne; Pt, Hope; C. Serdze; Kotzebue Sd.; Inland R.; Arctic Circle; Romanzoff Mts.; Porcupine R.; Ft. Yukon; British Possession; Asia; Siberia; Olut; Anadir R.; Anadir G.; C. Opoukhinskoi; C. Navarin; Holy Cross B.; Kayne I.; C. Chukotski; St. Lawrence I.; Hall I.; St. Matthew I.; C. Romanzoff; East C.; Bering Strait; Prince Of Wales; C. Nome; Norton Sound; Pastolik; Kuskoquim R.; Yukon Mts.; Yukon R.; Iliamna Pk.; Kenra Penin.; Nuklukuhyet; Tananah R.; Alaskan Mts.; Yukon R.; Mt. Wrangell; Ft. Selkirk; Mt. St. Elias; Rocky Mts.; Pelly R.; Olutorsk B.; C. Olutorski; Atta I.; Aggattu I.; Kyska I.; Rat Ids.; Bering Sea; Aleutian Islands; Pinnacle; Nunivak I.; St. Paul; Pribiloff Is.; C. Avinoff; C. Newenham; Hagemeister I.; Unimak I.; Bristol Bay; Suwaroff; Aliaska Penin.; Cooks Inlet; St. Paul; Kadiak I.; Fr. William Sound; Middleton I.; C. Clear; Mt. Fairweather; Chicagoff I.; Sitka; Baranoff I.; Pr. Of Wales I.; Dixon Entrance; Stakeen R.; Blue Mts.; Rocky Mts.; Note:

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Page  74 II n POPULA TION OF THE PRINCIPAL CITIES AND TO WNS 1Y THE UNITED STA TES IN 18 7 0 AD1 0 POPULATION ON TH[E UNITED STATES,, BY R{ACES3, IN IS70 AND ISS0. POPULATION. NET DEBT. 1870. 1880. DOLL&RS. 2 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24; 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 Total Ind ians. Indians. STATES& Tv~RITORIES. Populatioll White Colored Chinese civ~ or White Colored Chinese cir. or 1880. 1880. 1880. 1880. taxed 1880. 1870. 1870. 1870. taxed 170. Alabama........................ 1X262794 661,986 600,141 4 213 521,384 475,510..... 98 Arizona.......................... 40:441 35,178 138 1,632 3,493 9,581 26 20' 31 Arkansas....................... 802,564 591,611 2102622 134: 197 362,115 122)169 98 89 California........... i......00..... 864,686 767,266 6,168 75,122 16)130 499,424 4,272 49,310 7,241 Colurado........................ 194,61:9 1911452 2,459 610 128 39,221 456 7 180 Connecticut................... 622,683 610,884 11,422 130 241 527,549 9;668 2 - 235 Dakota........................... 135,180. 133,177 381 238 1,381 12,887 91......... 1,200.Delaware...................... 146,654: 120,198 26,456.................0 102)221.22,701.............. Dist. of Col................... 177,638 118,236 59,378 18 6 88,278 43,404 3 5 Florida........................ 267,351 141,249 125,262 18 37 96,057 91,689........ 2 Georgia............. 1,539,048 814,218 724)641 17 94 638,926 545,142 40 Idaho................ 32,611 29)011 58 3,378 164 10)618 CO 4,274 47 Illinois......................... 3,078,769 3,032,174 46,248 214 133 2,511,096 28,762 1 32 Indiana........................ 1)9782362 1,939,094 38,998 37 233 1,655.837 24,560........ 240 Iowa............................... 1,624,620 1)6142510 9,44-2 47 464 1)188',207 5,762 3 748 Kansas.......................... 995,966 952,056 43,096 22 792 3467377 17,108........ 914 Kentucky..................... V,48,708 1,377,077 271,462 10 50 1,C989692 222,210 1 108 Louisiana..................... 940,103 455,063 483)898 483 819 362)065 364,210 71 569 Maine.......... m.................. 648,945 646,903 1,427 8 607 624)809 1,606 1 499 Maryland....................... 924,632 7243718 209,897 6 11 605,497- 175,391 2 4 Massachusetts.............. 1,783,012 1,7649082 18,641, 256 341 1,443,156 13,947 97 161 Michigan....................... 1,636,331 1)6141078 14,986 29 7,238 1)167$282 11,819 2 4)926 Mineoa............ 780,806.776,940 1,558 54- 2,254 4ý38,257 759..... 690 Mississippi.................... 1,131,592 479,371 650,337 52 1,832 382,896 44:4,201 16 809 Missouri....................... 2,168,804 2,023,568 145)046.94 1 96 1)6031146 118,071 3 75 Montana........................ 39,157 35,468, 202 1,731 V,60 18,306 183 1)949 157 ]Nebraska................... 4... 452,433 449,805.2,376 18 233 122)117 789......... 87 Nevada..................::........ 62,265 535574 465 5,423 2,803 38.959 357 3,J52 23 ]New Hampshire............ 346,'984 316,261 646 14 60 317,697 580......... 23 New Jersey..................... 1j1301983 1,091,856 38,796 182 58 875)407 30,658. 15 1 6 New Mexico................. 118,430 107,J88 907 55 10,280 90,393 172 1,309 New York..................... 5X035810 5,017,142 64,943 942 783 4,330,210 52,081 29 439 North Carolina............... 1,400,047 867 467 631)316 1 1,216. 678,470 391,650......... 1)241 SOhio.............................. 3,J98,239 3,118,344 79,665 117 113 2)691,946 63)213 1 100 SOregon.......:................. 174,767 163)087 493 9,508 1,679 86,929 346 3,330 318 SPennsylvania................ 4,282,786 1,197,106 [85,342 170 168 3ý456,609 6(51294: 14 34 FRhode Island................ 276,528 269,933 6,503 27 67 212,219 4,980...... 154 1 South Carolina.............. 99V,622 391,258 6011325 9 114 289,667 415,814 1 124 )Tennessee.................... 1,542,463 1,139,120.402,992 26. 326 936,119 322,331..... 70 )Texas.................... 1259,2,574 1,J97,493 304)007 142 932 564,700 253)476 25 379 L Utah......................143,906 142)391 204 518 804 86,044 118 445 179 SVermont....................... 332,286 33f,243 1,032.......... 11 320,613 924........ 14 iginia....................... 1,1 80 8079 63 996 65 712,089 512,814)2 tWashington................... 75,120 67,349 357 -3,227 417 22,195 207 234 1,31h, 5 West Virginia............ 618,413 592,1433 25,729 14 17 424,033 17,980......... 1 3 Wisconsin..................... 12315,480 12309,622 2,J24.16 3,118 1)0151)351 2,113......... 1,20( 7 Wyoming..................... 20,788 19,4336 299 914 139 8,726 183 143 6( ~:;=!:< 50,152,866 43,402,403 6,577,497 105367V 65;880 33,592,245 4,886,387 63,251 25, 731 POPULATION. NET DEBT. 1870. 1880. DOLLARS. I L ) i t l) ) ) 9 1 6 6 1 S~Per Cent. of increase froim 1870 to 1880.::~~~~...................................o.o:i;:J......i~:!; i"i :.............. "......................... 2.90.0 per cent.] Chinese Population.....,....................... 67.07 per cent.:::=.... : ;:,::....:;..::................. 28.782 ": Indian Population (civii i.zed or taxed)............ m- 156.02......... ... i:,,: Aasa ndth n d ian Territory (both unorganized as yet) are not included in the above total. The........us. of A;lak in 1880 showed": White) 392.; Creoles (issue of intermarriages between the whites and natives), 1,683; Aleuts, 1,960 nnisr 488 - Indians, 8,655; total, 30,178... Te IndinuTritor s simted to' contain 60,000 to 75,000 inhabitans The Indians included in the census in each State and Territory are those reckoned 6as civilized, or outside of tribal organizations. Indians not taxed are by law excluded from the census. Estimates of their numbers v'r idl-from ý00,000 to 350,000 (the latter as estimated in the census of 1870.) rwiey iI POPULATION OF THE PRINCIPAL CITIES AND TOWNS IN THU UNITIED STATES IN 1670 wad 1880;! TO WHICH IS ADDED THE DEBT OF EACH CITY AS FAR AS ASCERTAINED. E POPULATION. NET )DEBT. 1870. 1880. DOnLLARS. Alabama-- Huntsville...................... 4)907, ~ Mobile........................... 32,031 Montgomery.................. 10)588 Selma.......................... 6,484 Arkansas-- ~ Little Rock..................... 12,380 Californila-- Los Angelos.................... 5,721 Oakland................ 10,500 Sacramento..................... 16,28.3 San Francisco................. 149,473 San, Jose6........................ 9,080 Stockton...................... 10,066 Colorado-- Denver...................... 47759 Leadvillo..................................... Conknecticut-- Bridgeport....................... 18,969 Danbury.......................... 6)542 Derby.......................... 8$020 Greenwich.................... 7,64:4 Hartford...................... 0... 37,180 Meriden....................... .... 10,495 Middletown..................... 6)923 New Britain.................... 9,480 New Haven..................... 50)840 New London.......:............ 9)576 Norwalk......................... 12,119 Norwich......................... 16)653 Stamford......;................. 9,71-4 Waterbury....................... 13)106 Windham......................... 5)412 Dela-%vare-- Wilmington.................. 30,841 Dist. Conlubia-- Georgetown............ 11,384 Washington...............;..... 1091199 Vlorida-- Jacksonville...... ~............. 6)912 Key West....................... 6)016 Georgia-- Atlanta........................... 21,789 Athens.......................... 4,251 Augusta......*@....................!5,389 Columbus....................:..... 7,401 Macon............................. 10,810 Savannah..................;..... 28,235 JLUinois-- Alton............................... 8,665 Aurora............... 11,162 Belleville........................ 8,146 Bloomington.................. 14)590 Cairo................... 1.0....... 6)267 Chicago............. 298,977 Decatur............ P........ *...... 7,161 East St. Louis................. 5,644 Elgin.............................. 5,441 Freeport......................... 7,889. Galena......................0..;. 7,019 Galesburg....................... 10,158 R/yde Park...................... 3,644 Jacksonville..................... 9,203 Joliet.....$......0.0M.................., 7,263 Moline........................... 5,754 Ottawa............................. 7,736 Peoria................. 22,849 Quincy............... 24,052 Rockford................... 11,049 Rock Island............. 7,890 Springfield............... 17;364 'Evansville...................... 21P80 'Fort Wayne......o............. 177718 Indianapolis.................... 482,144 4,977 46,800 319205 2,671,100 16,714 567,900 7,529 323)600 13,185 335$243 11)311 310,177 34,556 '669,126 211,420 861,000 233,950 3,059,285 12,567 None. UPI287 385,615 35,630 20,009 14,820...... t...... 29,148 831,000 11)669 255,415 11)649 80$243 7,892 183)307 42,53 3,68 '9,855 18,340.788)317 11,731............ 13,978 494,843 62,882 17359X69 102529 496,611 13,956 622)495 21,141 1,191,256 11,298 165,000 ~ 20269 361)508 8,265 44,193 42,499 1,372,450 12,5578....~... 147,307 28,310,146............. 270,916 92890 10,000 37,421 2)1807001') 6)099 107,950 23,023 1,961,319 6,152 540,800 12,.748 743,000 30,681 3,4-25,000 9,851 11M,91 11,825 25,506 1V,82 217,712 17,J84 221,463 9,012 270,000 503,304 12,794,271 9,548 80,075 9)185 272$800 8,789 34,336 8,516 69,220 6,453 147,076 11,446 53,250 15,716............ 10,927 273,336 16,J45 54,090 7,805 28,071 7,598 60,000 29)315 716,500 27,275 1,9i7,884 137136 178,090 11,660 289)050 19,746 778,780 29,280 None. 26,8g1 856,900 75,074 1,914,509 POPULATION. NET DEIBT. 1870.. 1880. DOLLARS. Jeffersonville..........,........ La Fayette.................... Logansport.................... Madison..........,.............. New Albany.................... Richmond...................... South Bend.................... Terre Haute.................... Vincennes...................... Io0waBurlington...................... Cedar Rapids.................. Council Bluffs................. Davenport...................... Des Moines.................... Dubuque......................... Iowa City........................ Keokuk.......................... Muscatine....................... Ottumwa........................ Waterloo......................... -Kansas--.Atchison............... Lawrence........................ Leavenworth................... Topeka........................... Kentuecky- - Covington....................... Lexington....................... Louisville........................ Newport.......................... Owensborough.............. Paducah.......................... Louisaiana-- New Orleans.................. Shreveport..................... Bain goe............... Biddeord.......................... Lewiston........................ Portland.......................... Maryland-- Baltimore.............. Cumberland.................... Frederick....................... Massachusetts-- Abington.......................... Attleborough.............. v. Beverly...................... Boston............................ Brockton.......................... Brookline..................... Cambridge...................... Chelsea.......................... Chicopee................. Clinton................... Fall R-iv~er....................... Fitchburg................... Gloucester...................... Haverhill......................... Holyoke.......................... Lawrence........................ Lowell............................ Lynn............................... Malden........................... Marlborough.................. Medford......................... Milford......................... Natick............................ N~ew Bedford.................. Newburyport.................. PO PULATION. NET DEBT. 1870. 1880. DOLLARS. 7,251 10)422 240,350 13,506 14,860 None. 8,950 111168 456,276 10,709 8,945 232)051 1V,96 16)422 358)482 9)445 12,743 167,000 7,206 13)279 337,600 16,103 26,040 267,224 5,440 7,680 38,831 14,930, 19,450 128)062 5M90 10,104 40,867 10,020 18,059 138,400 20,038 21)834 290)677 12,035 22)408 578,000 18,434 22,254 804)611 5)911 7,123 74,967 12,766 12,117 372X35 6)718 8)294............ 5,214 9,001: 17,795 4)337 5,630 2,000 7.054 15,106 440,687 8X30 8)511 654)115 17,873 16,550 396,573 52790 15,451 333,249 24)505 29,720 1,030,',00( 14,801 16,656 84)31C 10n,753 123$645 4,84219M5 -15,087 20,433 966,61 3X47. 5,516 67,00( 6ý866 8,376 138100( 191 )418 216 )140............ 4-P67 11,017........... 18)289 16)857 2,661,00( 10,282 12,652 183187d 13)6C-0 19,083 1,038,10 31)413 33,810 4,322,154.267)3,354 332)190 27)092)69( 8,056 10,666 3947M6 8,256............ 559,98C 9,-308 " 3,697............ 6,769 11,111 16,60C 6)507 8,445 986,96C. 250,526 362,535 28,244,011 8$007 13)608 71)20(.6,650 8,053 1,476,35( 39,634 52,740 3,403,721E 18)547 21,785 17554,49C 9,607 11,325 100205( 5,429 8,030 99,50( 26,766 49)006 3,169776.E 11,260 12,405 770,77E 15)389 19)329 193,37( 13,092 18,4.75 393,42ý 10,733 21,851 878,45ý 28,921 39,1718 1)712,00( 40,928 59,485 1,554,27L '28,233 38,284 2)072,81L, 7,367 12)017 483,52-k 8,474 10,126 M5I,9] 5,717 7,573 463,72( Newton........................... North Adams.................. Northampton.................. Peabody......... &........:....... Pittsfield........................ Quincy........................... Salem............................. Somerville...................... Springfield...................... Taunton......................... W altham.......................... W estfield........................ W eymouth...................... W oburn........................... W orcester....................... Michigan-- Adrian............................ Ann Arbor....................... Bay City.......................... Detroit............ 6;.............. East Saginaw................ 44 Grand Rapids................. Jackson........................... Kalamazoo..................... Lansing........................... Muskegon.................. Port Huron..................... Saginaw City................... M)innesota-- Minneapolis.................. Red W ing....................... Stillwater........................ Saint Paul....................... W inona........................... MississippiNatchez........................... Vicksburg....................... M~issouri-- Campbell................ Central............................ Hannibal........................ Kansas City............... St. Joseph....................... St. Louis......................... Sedalia............... I............ NebraskaLincoln........................... Omaha............................ Nevada-- Carson Ci.............. Virginia City.................. New Hampshire-- Concord........................... Dover.............................. Manchester..................... Nashua............................ Portsm outh....... I............. New Jersey-- Bayonne......................... Bridgeton....................... Camden........................... Elizabeth........................ Hackensack.................... Hoboken......................... Jersey City...................... Millville.......................... L Newark........................... 1) New Brunswick.............. Orange.....i....... 0............. 0 Hudson...................:........ 0 Huntington..................... Ithaca.............................. " Jamaica.......................... " Johnstown...................... 0 Kingston......................... 4 Lenox............................. 2 Lockport........................ 4 Long Island City............. Middletown..................... 0 Morrisania...................... 4 New Lots...................04 6 -9 New York....................... Newburgh....................... ~ Ogdensburgh.................. 0 Oswego........................... 9 Owego..........to................... 7 Oyster Bay..................... 0 Palmyra.......................... 0 Poughkeepsie.................. 3 Port Jervis...................... 6 Rochester................. 0 Rome.................. ~............ 0 Saratoga Springs...... ~...... 5 Saugerties.................. o... 8 Schenectady................... 0 Seneca............................ 8 Syracuse....................... 4; Troy............................... 0 Utica............................... 5 W allkill.......................... 5 W atertown...................... 3 W attervliet...................... I W est Troy...................... 6 Yonkers...................... 0 Noirth Carolina3 New Berne..................... 0 Raleigh............... 0........... 6 W ilmington.................... 12,825.12,090 10)160 7,343 112112 7,442 24,117 14,685 26,703 18X69 9,065 6,519 9)010 S,50 412105 8,438 7,363 7,064 79,577 11,330 16,507 11,44-7 9,181 5,241 6,002 5,973 7,460 13,066 4X20 4,124 20,030 72192 9,057 ~123413 8,694 8,923 10,125 32,260 19,565 310)864 4,560 276 16,;083 3,042 7,047 12t241 9, 294 23,536 10,543 9,211 3,834 6)830 20,045 20)832 8,038 20,297 82,546 62101.105,059 15,058 9,34.8 5,837 8,615 10,704 10,107 7,745 12,273 21,943 9)816 12,426 16,995 993)591 0 10,192 267,894 12,172 537,500 9,028 289,300 13),u67 385,341 10,59 65,980 27,598 1,162,497' 24,985 1)5961974 33,340 1,928,000 21,213 449,735 117711 477,000 7,587 404,780 10,571 64,392 10,198 626P62 58,295 2)44-7,543 7,849 59,400 8,061 16,000O 20,693 433,100 116,34-2 1,282,772 19,016 6111,055 32,015 471,000 16,105 183,500 11,937 25,000 8,319 105Y400 11,262 180,000 8,883 3492000 10,525 2022800 46)887 1,137,467] 5,876 45,445 9,054 82)400. 41)498 1,526,715 10)208 183)000 7,058 21,734 11,814 373)218..~...o............ 7,485............ 111074 1.447027 65,813 1,339,224 321484 2,445,600 350,522 22M87,761 9,561............ 13)004 199,615 30)518 22T',578 4,227........... 13,705 112,000 132835.615,500 11)687 458,830 32,630 929,000 13,397 458,661 9;690 4-48)400 9,372 650,275 8,729 74,000 41)658 ],164,900 28,229 5,512,638 30,999 1,0991250 120,728 15,598,435 7,660 37,000 1369400 9,070,032 17,167 1)618,946 13,206 253,832 8,195 54,400 8,669 3211259 V,98............ 9,105 66,303 10,089............ 162626............ 18,3142 644,880 10,249............ 139522 108,607 17,117 950,000 hio-- Akron............................. 10,006 " 16,512 17,619 Bellaire........................... 4,033 8,025 106,000 Canton............................ 8,660 12X28 180,657 Chillicothe...................... 8,920 10)938 None. Cincinnati...................... 216,289 2,55,708 21,992,500 Cleveland........................ 92,829 160)142 4)0763946 Columbus........................ 31,274 51,665 1,259,162 Dayton........................... 30)473 38,677 12101450 Delaware........................ 6,861 6,894 77,300 Fremont......................... 5)455 8,451 44,000 Ham ilton........................ 11,081 12)121 48X07 Ironton........................... 5,686, 8)857 243,758 Mansfield........................ 8,029 9,859 195,737 Newark........................... 6,698 9)602 55)402 Piqua.............................. 5,967 6)033 294,219 Pomeroy......................... 5,824 5)560 151,000 Portsmouth..................... 10,592 11,314 317P89 Sandusky........................ 13,000 15,838 381,215 Springfield...................... 12,652 20,729 58,627 Steubenville.................. 8)107 12M03 30,190 Tiffin.............................. 5,648 7)879 55,500 Toledo............................ 31)584 50,143 3, 232,660 ' Urbana........................... 4,276 6)252 32,903 Xenia............................ 6,377 7,026 66,187 Youngstown................... 8,075 15,431 193,406 Zanlesville,....................... 10,011 18)120 529,097 Oregon-- Portland......................... 8,293 17,598 76,500 Pennasylvania--. Allegheny....................... 53)180 78,681 1,596,429 Allentown......................... 13)884 18,068 430,A43 Altoona......................... 10,610 19,716 368,830 Bethlehem..................... 4,512 5)193 140,700 Carbondale...................... 6,393 7,714 939 Carlisle....................... 6)650 6 09 139,100 Chester.................... 9,485 14,996 357 084 Columbia............... 6,461 8,312.... Cornplanter..................... 8,436.................. Danville.......................... 9,863 7,790............ Easton............................ 10,987 11,924 2119,949 Erie................................ 19,646 27,730 1,201,229 Harrisburg..................... 23,104 30,762 1)0651300 H ickory.......................... 7,700.......*-............... Lancaster.........................20,233 25,769 464,142 Lebanon......................... 6ý729 8,778 308)700 Lock Htaven..................... 6,980 5)845 208,740 Mahanoy......................... 9,400 7,181............ Meadville....................... 7,103 8,860 77)699 ~New Castle...................... 6,J64 8,416 72,624 Norristown...................... 10,753 1V,64 81,P00 Oil City........................... 2,276 7,315 122,400 Philadelphia................... 674)022 846,981 16,251,696 Pittsburgh...................... 86,076 156,381 14,134,296 Pottsville........................ 12,384 -13,253...... Reading........................... 33,930. 43,280 999,000 Scranton......................... 35)092 45,850 325,202 Shamokin.............. 4,320 8,184 37,680 Titusville 8,639 9,046 328,267 Wilkesbarre................... 10)174 23,339.95,095 Williamsport................... 16)030 18,934 651,272 York............................... 11,003 13)940 38,000 Rhode Island-- Lincoln........................... 7,889 13,765 50,000 ~Newport......................... 12,521 15,93 116,408 IN. Providence................. 201495 1,467 3,9,800 Pawtucket...................... 6)619 19,G3.0 935,000 Providence.................... 68,904.104,850 9,373,026 Wa~rwic'k-...---.----.---.---...... 10,ý45.2 12,16 5AR 7,500 Nashville........................ 25,865 43)461 1)6067200 Texas-- Ausin.................. 4,428 10,960 106,744 Brenham...................... %,716 4,114............ Dallas......................................... 10,358 304,356 Galveston....................... 132818 22)253 1,023,249 Houston........................ 9,382 18)646 1,501,591 San Antonio................... 12)256 20)561 155,266 Sherman........................ 6,348 9)248 - 129,000 W aco.............................. 3)008 7,296 100,000 Utah-- Ogden City..................... 3,127............. 3,333 Salt Lake City................ 12,854 20,768 67,000 Vermonxt-- Burlington..................... 14)387 11,30m 383,427 "Rutland......................... 93834 12,149 202)160 Virginia-- Ailexandria..................... 13,570 131'658 1,037,088 Dan River....................... 10,306 8,382............ Lynhbrg................ 6)825 15,959 794)837 Norfolk........................... 19)229 21,966 2,187,371 Petersburg........... 18,950 21t656 1)136,J00 Portsmouth.................... 10,492 11,388 1183)014 Richmond...................... 51,038 63,803 42399)021 West Virginia-- Parkersburg................... 51,546 6,582............ Wheeling........................ 19;280 31)266 531,882 Wisconsin-- Eau Claire...................... 8,313 10,118 101,000 Fond du Lac.................. 12,764, 13,091 165,000 Green Bay...................... 4,666 7,J35 147,140 Janesville....................... 8,789 9,018 34)000 La Crosse........................ 7,785 14)505 135,000 Madison......................... 9,176 10,325 136,768 Milwaukee..................... 71)440 115X58 23160A29 Oshkosh................ o......... 12)663 15,749 130,500 Racine............................. 9,880 16,031 218)512 Sheboygan..................... 5,310 7,314 230,000 Watertown.............................. 7,883 229,400 Total..................... S........... 8)880,446 11,876,146 Aggregate Debt of 299 Cities and Tows..6... 49,904,979 lhio 7,589............ -............ 19,609........................ 9,800 13,681............ 942$292 1,206,59 109,425,414 17,014 18,050 313,400 10,076 10,340, 135)000 20$910 212-117 1,2649224 9,44-2 9,883......... 10,595 11,923....... S........... 21,493....... 20,180 20,207 1,939,198 6)377 4,824 None. 62,2386 89,363 5,701,686 111000 12,045 160,000 8,537 10,822 297,600 10,455 16,375............ 11,026 13,675 118$000 9,188 2,877............ 43,051 51,791 1,351500 46,465 56,747 958;296 -28,804 33P913 766,000 9,477 11,483............ 9,336 10,697 407,500 22P609 22,220............ 10)69:a 11,532 Nothing. 182357 18,892 1,388,000 5$849 6,443 3,227 7,790 14)110 138,357 13,446 17,361 539,845 f m L fth

Page  75 I LEGISILATURES AND ELAECTIONS O~Fi STATES. THE PRESIDENTS AND THEIR CABINETS. STATES. Sessions. Next L gislature Limit of Term Term meets. Session. of S. of R. Salary. Next Election.! Alabama........... Arkansas.................... California....... Colorado..................... Connecticut........ Delaware.................... F lorida........................ Georgia...................... Illinois........................ Indiana.......... Iowa........................... Kansas....................... 'Kentucky............ Louisiana................... Maine......................... SMaryland................... Massachusetts............ Michigan................... Minnesota................... Mississippi............... Mibrssouri..................... Nebrtaska..................... New Hampshire......... New Jersey................. New York.1..:................ North Caroina............ Ohio............................ Oregon........................ Pennsylvania.............. 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None. 40 days. 40 days. 40 days. 40 days. 40 days. 40 days. 40 days. 40days. 4 4 4 4 2 4 4 2 2 $4:, day &, 10c. mil. 6 a day............... $8a day & l0c. mileage & $25. $4 a day-& 15c. rail. $300 and mileage. $3 a day and mil.. $6 a day & l0c,.rail. $1 a day and mil.. $5 a day &lo0c. "milage & $501 6 a Ideay & 2 0c. ti. $550 a year........... $3 a day & 15c. mil. $5 a day& 15c. mil. 94 a day & rail...... $150 a year........ $53 aday& rail..... $5500 a year......... $3 a day & l0c. rail. $5 a day & 15c. rail. $300 a year.......... f$5 a day & Ri. $8 a day & 40c. mil. $3 a day & mil...... $500 a year.......... $11500.& 10c. rail... $4a day & l0c. m il. f 85 a day & $3 1 for 25 miles.1 $3 a day & 15c. rail. $1t,000 for 100 tdays & 5c-mil. $1 a day & 8e. mil. $5 a day & l0c. mil. $1: a day & 16c mil. $5 a day.............. $3 A day............... $540 a year.......... $4 day & mil......... $350 & loc. rail..... Biennial. Biennial.. Biennial.. Biennial.. Biennial, Biennial.. 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GOVERNOR. Term. Alabama............................ M1ontgomery...'.................. Thomas Seay, D................... 2........... Arkansas.......................... Little Rock....................... S. P. Hughes, D.................... 2........... California......................... Sacramento....................... 11. H. W aterman, R........- 4........... Colorado........................... Denver............................... Job A. Cooper, R.................. 2........... Connecticut.................... Hartford.......;.................... Morgan G. Bulkeley, R.... 2.............2 Delaware..................... Dover............................... Benjamin T. Biggs, D........... 4........... Florida............................ Tallahassee....................... F~rancis P. Fleming, D......... 4............ Georgia............................. Atlanta............................. John B. Gordon, D................ 2.......... Illinois............................. Springfiel~d...... -J..... oseph W. Fifer. R%.............. 4........... Indiana............................ Indianapolis..................... Alvin P. Hovey, R............... 4............ Iowa................................. Des Moines...................... William Larrabee, R%............ 2............ Kansas............................. Topeka............................ Lyman U. Humphrey, R...... 2........... Kentucky...................... Frankfort........................ Simon B. Buckner, 1)........... 4..... Louisiana......................... Baton Rouge................ Frn i T. Nichols, D.......... 4........... Maine............................. * Augusta........................... Edwin C. Burleigh., R.......... 2............ Maryland......................... Annapolis......................... Elihu E. Jackson, D.......... 4......... Massachusetts................. Boston.............................. Oliver Ames, R%..................... I........... Michigan.......................... Lan sing........................... Cyrus G. Luce,. R................ 2........... Minnesota........................ St. Paul.............................. W illiam R. Merriam, R%........ 2........... Mississippi.................-...... Jackson..............R b r Lowry, D.................. 4......... Missouri........................... Jefferson City.................... David R. Francis, D............. 4...... Nebraska.......................... Lincoln.............................. Tohn.M:. Thayer, R%............... 2...... Nevada............................. Carson City...................... Christopher C. Stevenson, It. 4...... New Hampshire............... Concord.......................... David ff. Goodell, R........ **... 2......... New Jersey...................... Trenton........................... Robert S. Green, D............... 3............ New York........................ Albany............................... David B. Hill, D:................. 3........... North Carolina................. Raleigh............ &.1............... Daniel G. Fowle, D............... 4...........4 Ohio................................. Columbus.......................... Joseph B. Foraker, R........... 2........... Oregon............................. Salem............................... Sylvester Pennoyer. D........ 4............4 Pennsylvania.................... Harrisburg...................... James A. Beaver, R%.............. 3............ Rhode Island.................... Newport and Prey............ Royal C. Taft, R................... 1............1 South Carolina................... Columbia,...... ................... John P. Richardson, D......... 2............ Tennessee........................ Nashville.......................... Robert L. Taylor, D............. 2._......... Texas........................ *....... Austin.............................. Lawrence S. Ross, D........... 2............ Vermont.................:.......... Montpelier....................... William P. Dillingham, R.... 2............ Virginia............................ Richmond........................ Fitzhugh Lee, D................. 4............ W est Virginia................... Charleston........................ Nathan Goff, R%..................... I............ W isconsin....................... Madison...........................;W illiam D. Hoard, R............ 2............ ~Term Ends. Salary.............. Dec.,89......, $3000.............. Jan. 2,1891......... 3500 S............ Jan. 7, 1891......... 6000.............. Jan. 9, 1891......... 5000.............. Jan. 3) 1891......... 2000 S.......Jan. 21, 1891........ 2(000.............. Jan. 6, 1893......... 8500.............. Nov. 3, 1890......... 3000.............. Jan. 12, 1890......... 6000.............. Jan. 12, 1893....... 5000............. Jail. 91- 1890......... 3600............. Jan. 9, 1891.........- 3000............ Sept. 5, 1891.... 5000.............. May,182...;... 5000.............. Jail. 3) 81..... 2000........Jan. 7, 1892.....:.... 4500.............. Jan. 4, 1890.......... 5000........ Jan. 1, 1890......... 1000 S.......Jan. 3, 1891......... 5000 S.......Jan. 3, 80..... 000............ Jan, 12, 1893........ 5000........Jan. 2, 1891......... 2500 S............. Dec., 1891...... 4000 S............. June, 6,.1890....... 1000.............. Jan. 249 1892........ 5000.............. Jan. 1),1893......... 10000.............. Jan. 1, 1890..... 3000............. 'Jan. 9, 1891......... 4000 S............. Jan., 81....... 1500............. Jan. 319 1891........ 10000 S.......May 31, 1889....... 1000............... Dec. 30, 1890....... 3500.............. Jan. 15, 1891........ 4000............... Jann. 15, 1891........ 4000.............. Oct. 4, 1890......... 1500.............. Jan. 1, 1890..,....... 5000.............. Mar. 4, 1893........ 2700 S............. Jan. 2) 1891......... 5000 I Presidents. No. NAMIE. QUALIFIED. I George Washington... April 30,1789 "it "C4...Mar. 4,1793 2 John Adams............... Mar. 4,1 797 3 Thomas Jefferson....... Mar. 4,1801 " "44 9...... Mar. 4,11805 4 James Madison.......... Mar. 4,1809 "it "4........... Mar. 4,1813 5 James Monroe............ Mar. 4,1817 "it "c............ M ar. 5,118121 6 John Quincy Adams..Mar..4,1825 7 Andrew Jackson........ Mar. 4,11829 "cc i............ M ar. 4, 1833 8 Martin Vat. Buren...... Mar. 4, 1837 9 Win. Henry Harrison.Mar. 4,1841 10 John Tyler................ April 6,11941 11 James K. ok...... a. 4,1845 12 Zachar' Taylor.......... Mar. 5,1849 113 Millard Fillmore...... July 10, 1850 -14 Franklin Pierce.......a. 4,1853 15 James Buchanan....... Mar. 4, 1857 16 Abraham Lincoln.... Mar. 4,18'l "cc "it...... Mar. 4, 1865 17 Andrew Johnson........ April 15, 1865 18 Ulysses S. Grant......... Mar. 4,1869 1 "4....... Mar. 4, 1873 19 Rutherford B. Fllayes..Mar. 5,1877 20 James A. Garfield...... Mar. 41,1881 21 Chester A. Arthur..... Sept. 20, 1881 22 Gro-ver Cleveland...... Mar. 4, 1885 23 Benjamin Harrison:..Mlar. 4, 1889 VFice-Presidents. I John Adams.............. *.June 3$1780 "4t "44....... e....... Dec. 2, 1793 2Thomas Jefferson....... Mar. 4,11797 3Aaron Burr................ Mar. 4, 1801 4 Geor'ge Clinton.......... Mar.. 4, 1805 "4 it.......... Mar. 4t 1809 5 Elbridge Gerry.......... Mar. 4,1813 *John Gaillard........... Nov. 25,1814 6 Daniel D. Tompkins..Mar. 4, 1817 " ".A.ar. 65,1821 7 John C. Calhoun......... Mar. 4,1825 "49 "9......... Mar. 4) 1829 8 Martin Van Buren...... Mar. 4, 1833 9Richard M. JohnsonMar. 4,1837 10 John Tyler................ Mar. 4t,1841 *Samuel L. Southard.. April, 6,1841 *Willie P. Mangum.... May 31, 1842 11'George M. Dallas....... Mar. 4,1845 12 Millard Fill more.-...... Mar. 5,1849 *William R. King....... July 11, 1850 13 William R. K 'ing........ Mar. 4,1853,*David R. Atchison.... April18,1853 *JesseD. Bright......... Dc.5t,1854: 14 John C. BrecktinridgeMatr.. 4,1857 15 Hannibal Hamlin...... Mar. 4,1861 16 Andrew Johnson........ Mar. 4$1865 *-Lafayette S. Foster..April 15, 1865 *Benjamin F. Wade... Mar. 2,1867 17 Schuyler Colfax......... Mar. 4$1869 18 Henry Wilson............ Mar: 4,11873 *Thomas W. Ferry..... Nov. 22, 1875 19 William A. Wheeler... Mar. 5, 1877 20 Chester A. Arthur...... Mar, 4, 1881 -*David Davis............... Oct. 13,1!881 *Gee. F. Edmunds...... Mar. 4, 1883 21 Thos. A. Hendricks... Uar. 4, 1885 *John ~Sherman.........,. Dec., 1885 *J. J. In galls............... Mar. 4, 1887 *Acting Vice-President and President pro term. of the Senate. 22 Levi P. Morton............ Mar. 4, 1889 1Secretaries of State. I Thomas, Jefferson...... Sept. 26, 17891 $6 6...... Mar. 4, 1793 2 Edmund Randolph.... Jan. 2, 1794 3Timothy Pickering.... Dec. 10, 1795 "46 C...... Mar. 4-,1797 4John Marshall........ *-ý-May 13, 1800 6James Madison.......... Mar. 5. 1801 "46.......... Mar. 4,1805 6 Robert Smith............ Mar. 6, 1809 7 James Monroe........... April 2, 1811 " "46......Mar. A, 1813 21 -.William L. Marcy...... Mar. 7, 1853 22.. Lewis Cass................ a r. 6,']1857 23 Jeremiah S. Black.... Dec. 17, 1860.24 Winm. H. Seward....."... Mar. 6, 1861 " ".....:....Mar. 4, 1865 " "......... April 15, 1865 25 E. B. Washburne...... Mar. 5, 1869 26 Hamilton Fish.......... Mar. 11, 1869 "cc 6......... Mar. 4.,1873 27 William M. Evarts.... Mar. 12, 1877 28 James G. Blaine........ Afar..4, 1881 '2P Theo. Frelinghuysen...Dec., 1881 30 Thos. F. Bayard......... Mar. 4. 1885.31 James G. Blaine......... Mar. 4, 1889 Secretaries of the Treas-ury'. I Alex. Hamilton.......... Sept. 11, 1789 "At " &b......... Mar. 4, 1793 2 Oliver Wolcott......... Feb. 2,11795 "' "......... Mar. 4, 1797 3 Samuel Dexter......... Jan. 1,)1801 4Albert Gallatin.......... May 14, 1801 44 "A.......... Mar. 4, 1809 4C "..... a. 4, 1813 56Gee'. W. Campbell...... Feb. 9, 1814: 6Alexander J. Dallas.-Oct. 6,1814: 7 Wmn. R.Crawford...... Oct. 22, 1816 "4C 4...... Mar. 5, 1817 "94 "A......Mar, 5$1821 Secretaries of the Treasury. No. NAME.. AoINTR. 8 Richard Rush............ Mar. 7, 1825 9 Samuel D. Ingham...... Mar. 6, 1829 10 Louis McLane............ Aug. 2, 1831 11 William J. Duane....... May 29, 1833 12 Roger B. Taney....... Sept. 23, 1833 13 Levi Woodbury......... June 27, 1834 " "4 hi......... Mar. 4, 1837 14 Thomas Ewing..........-., 5,11841 "cc " ct.......... April 6, 1841 15 Walter Forward......... Sept. 13, 1841 16 John C. Spencer......... Mar. 3,1843 17 George. M. Bibb......... June 15, 1844 18 Robert J. Walker...... MJar. 6, 1845 19 Win. M.. 1Meredith...... Mar. 8, 1849 20 Thomas Corwin......... July 23,1850 21 James Guthrie.........,,Mar. 7, 1853 22 Howell Cobb............. Mar. 6, 1857 23 Philip F. Thomas...... Dec. 12,1860 24 John A. Dix................ Jan. 111,1861 25 Salmon P. Chase........Mar. 7, 1861 26 Wmn. Pitt Fessenden..July 1, 1864 27 Hugh McCulloch........ Mar. 7,1865 " " 44........ April15) 1865 28 George S. Boutwell.... Mar. 11, 1869 29 Win. A. Richardson... Mar. 17, 1873 30 Benj. H. Bristow........ June 4,1874 31 Lot M. Morrill........... July 7,1876 32 John Sherman........... Mar. 8, 1877 33 William Windom........ Mar. 4, 1881.3 0has. J. Folger......... Dec., 1881 35 Hugh 11c Cull ou gh..... 1884 36 Daniel Manning......... Mar. 4,1885 37 Chas. S. Fairchild....... Apr. 1, 1887 38 William Windom......... Mar. 4, 1889 Secretaries of War.I Henry Knox.............. Sept. 12, 1789 " "'6........ ar 4, 1793 2Timothy Pickering... ýJan. 2, 1795 3James McHenry......t..Jan. 27,1796 "99 "(........ Mar. 4)1797 4 Samuel Dexter.......... May 3, 1800 5Roger Griswold......... Feb. 3, 1801 6 Henry Dearborn........ Mar. 5,91801 "44 "......... Mar. 4P 1805 7 William Eustis.......... Mar. 7,1809 8 John Armstrong.......... Jan. 13, 1813 "4L "4......... Mar. 4,1813 19 James Monroe........... Sept. 27, 1 PA 10Wm. H. Crawford...... Aug. 1, 1: 11 George Graham......... ad interivio 12 John C. Calhoun........ Oct. 8, 1.' " "........ Mar. 5,1.: 13 James Ba-rbour.......... Mar. 7,P:V 14 Peter B. Porter.......... May* 26 %> 15 John H. Eaton........... Mar. 9,1:: 16 Lewis Cass............ Aug. It1,1d? "44 9...............:4 M ar. 4, 1 83'3' 17 Joel R. Poinsett......... Mar. 7, 1837 18 John Bell1................... Mar. 5,1841 64 4.................. April 6, 1841 19 John C. Spencer......... Oct. 12,11841 20 James M. Porter......... Mar. 8Y,1843 21 William Wilkins......... Feb. 15,1841 22 William L. Marcy...... Mar. 6,1]845 23 Geo. W. Crawford....... Mar. 8, 1819 24 Charles M. Conrad...... Aug. 15, 1850 25 Jefferson Davis......... Mar. 5,1853 26 John B. Floyd............ Mar. 6, 1857 27 Joseph Holt.............. Jan. 18, 1861 28 Simon Cameron........... Mar. 5, 1861 29 Edwin M. Stanton....... Jan. 15, 1862 cc "....... Mar. 4,1865 "94 "6....... April 15,1865 U. S. Grant, ad inter... Aug. 12, 1867 L. Thomas 11 "...Feb. 21,1]868 30 John M. Schofield..... May 28, 1868 31 John A. Rawlins......... Mar. 11,$1869 32 Wm. W. Belknap....... Oct, 25, 1869 "44 "6........ M ar. 4, 18713 33 Alphonso Taft..........,.Mar. 8, 1876 34 James D. Cameron..... Mlay 22, 1876 35 Geo. W. McCrary........ Mar. 12, 1877 36 Alex. Ramsey............. Dec. 10, 1879 37 Robert T. Lincoln...... Mar. 4, 1881 88 Win. C. Endicott........ Mar. 4. 189 9 John Branch............ Mar. 9, 1829 10 Levi Woodbury......... May 23, 1831 tc.C4........Mar. 4,1833 11 Mahlon Dickerson.... June 3o, 1834 "66 " 4... Mar. 4,1837 12 James K. Paulding.... June 25, 1838 13 George E. Badger...... Mar. 5, 1841 4 c...... Apr. 6, 7841 14 Abel P. Upshur.......... Sept. 13) 1841 15 David Henshaw.......... July 24',1843 16 Thomas W. Gilmer..... Feb. 15, 184-1 17 John Y. Mason............ Mar. 14, 1844 18 George Bancroft......... Mar. 10, 1845 John Y. Mason........... Sept. 9, 1846 19 William B. Preston..... Mar. 8,1819 20 William A. Giaham..... July 22,1850 21 John P. Kennedy....... July 22, 1852 22 James C. Dobbin......... iMar. 7,1853 23 Isaac Toucey.............. Mar. 6, 1857 24 Gideon Welles............ Mar. 5, 1861 '64...........Mar. 14 1865 49 49..... I....... Apr. 15, 1865 Z Adolph E. Boric......... Mar. 5, 1869 26 Goo. M. Robeson........ June 25,1869 "66 (1...... Mar. 4, 1873 27 Rich. W. Thompson... Mar. 12, 1877 28 Nathan Goff, Jr...........-Jan. 6,1881 29 W. H. Hunt................ Mar. 4,1881 30 W. E. Chandler....*...... April, 1882 31 Win. C-. Whitney........ Mar. 4, 1885 Secretaries of the Interior,' No. NAME, APoUNTR. 1 Thomas Ewing............ Mar. 8, 184t# 2 Alex. H. H. Stewart..... Sept. 12, 1850 3 Robert McClella-nd...... Mar. 67, 1853 4Jacob Thompson......... Mar. 6,1857 5 Caleb B. Smith............ Mar. 5,1861 6 John P. Usher............. Jan. 8,11863 " "6. 6............. Mar. 4,1865 "4 cc"............. April 15,1865 7 James Htarlan.............. May 15,1865 8 0. H. Browning........... July 27,1866 9 Jacob D. Cox............... Mar. 5, 1869 10 Columbus Delanio......... Nov. 1, 18T0 "it "c......... Mar. 4, 18q3 11 Zechariah Chanadler..... Oct. 19', 1875 12 Carl Scehurz................. Mar. 12,)1877 13 Samuel J. Kirk wood.... Mar. 4, 1881 14 Henry M. Teller........ April, 1882 15 L. Q. C. Lamar............ Mar. 4.18M If) William F. Vilas............... -1887 17 John W. Noble.............. TMar. 4, 1889 Postmasters-General. ISamuel Osgood...... "....... Sept. 26, 1789 2Timothy Pickering...... Aug. 12, 1791 " " f...... Mar. 4, 1793 a Joseph Habersham....... Feb. 25t 1795 " "6 it...... Mar. 4, 1797 "is "..... Mar. 4, 1801 4 Gideon Granger........... Nov. 28, 1801 " "......... Mar. 4, 1805 ".......... Mar. 4, 1809 5 Return J. Meigs, Jr..... Mar. 17, 1814 "64 'i..... Mar. 4, 1817 is " "..... Mar. 5, 1821 6 John McLean............. June 26,'1823 "C G "6.*.............M ar. 4, 18215 7 WTilliam. T. Barry......... Mar. 9, 1829 S "it.....isr. 4,$1833 8 Amos Kendall............. May 1, 1835 "it i............. Mar. 4, 1837 9 John M. Niles.............. May 25, 1810 10 Francis Granger......... Mar. 6, 1841 "46 '6......... April 6,:1841 11 Cha~s. A.. Wickliffe...... Sept. 13, 1841 20,IM:, er2;:,., L........... '..'2 21 William Dennison...... Sept. 24, 1864 '4 "...... Mar. 4, 1865 " "cc...... April 15, 1865 22 Alex. W. Randall......... July 26, 1866 23 John A. J. Creswell...... Mar. 5, 1861) "cc i...... Mar. 4, 1873 24 M~arshall Jewell........... Aug. 24, 1874 25 James M. Tyner.......1 12 1876 26 David McK. Key........ 2ar. 12,1]877 27 Horace Maynard......... June 2,1]880 28 Thomas L. James......... Mar. 4, 1881 29 Timothy 0. Howe........ Dec., 1881 30 Walter Q4. Gresham..... Mar., 1883 31 Frank Hatton............ 1884: 32 Win. F. Vilna............. Mar. 4,1885 33 Don M. Dickinson..................... 1887 34 John Wanamaker......... Mar. 4, 1889 Attorney- -General.. 1 Edmund Randolph...... Sept.. 26;, 1789 "it 4...... Mar. 4, 1793 2 William Bradford......... Jan. 27, 1794: 3 Charles Lee.................. Dec. 10, 1795 ""............. Mar. 4, 1797 54~~~~~~~MI Thonn~Pasn... e.2,10...... April 6, 1841 18 Hugh S. Legare......... Sept. 13,1811 19 ' John Nelson..............:*July 1,1843 20 John Y. Maso-D............ Mar. 6,1845 21 Nathan Clifford........... Oct. 17)1846 22 Isaac Toucey............... June 21,, 1843 23 Reverdy Johnson........ Mar. 811849 John J. Crittenden...... July 22, 1860 24 Caleb Cushin Mar 7,1853 25 Jeremiah S. B ack.. War. 6, 1857 26 Edwin M. Stanton........ Dec. 20,1860 27 Edward Bates............. Mar. 5,1861 T. J. Coffey, ad int........ June 22,1863 28 Janies Speed................ Dec. 2,1864 96......... Mar. 4 1865 99........... April 15', 1865 29Henrv Stanbery......... July 23,1866 so Wm. M. Evarts............ July 15, 1868 31. E. Rockwood Hoar...... Mir. 6, 186D 32 Amos T. Akerman....... June 23, 1870 33 George H. Williams.....Dec. 14,1871 ig ".....Mar. 4, 1873 34 Edward Plerrepont...-ýAlyrll 26,1875 35 Alphonso Taft............. nay 22, 1876 36 Charles Devens.......... Mar. 12, 187T 37 Wayne MacVeagh....... Mar. 4,1881 38 Benj. H. Brewiter....... Dec.1 1891.39 Aug. H. Garland......... Mar. 4.1886 40 W. H. Miller............... Mar. 4, 1889 '% Republican Governors, 20. Democratic Governors 18. GOVERNORS OF THE TERRITORIES IN ISSS. Alaska............................... Sitka................................. A. P. Swvineford.................... 4...................................................... Arizona............................. Prescott............................ 0. mi. Zulich....................... I,............................................ Dakota.............................. Yankton.......................... Louis K. Church................. 4......................................... Idaho............................... Boise City........................ E. A. Stevenson................. 4.......................................... Montanla.l....................Helena.............................. Preston H. Leslie..... 4......... 4............................................ New Mexico..................... Santa Fe........................... E. G. Ross........................... 4............................... Utah.................................. Salt Lake City................. Caleb W. W est.................... 4...................................................... W ashington..................... Olympia............................ Eugene Semple.................. 4..................................................... Wyoming.......................... Cheyenne......................... Thomas Moonlight............ 4................................................ STATE DEBTS, VALUATIOZN AND TJAXKES. $3000 2600 2600 2600 2600 2600 2600 2100.2600" The following statistics of the finances of the thirty-eight States in the Union have been derived in most cases from tho ViLiUt-,I-,j Ul tIIU OLMk:!Zý UTIULllhjtýJIVUb. STATES. Alabamna..................... Arkansas.................... California................... Colorado....;............. Connecticut................ Delaware.................... Florida....................... Georgia...................... Illinois....................... In in.................. Iowa.......................... K~ansas....................... H entucky.................. Date of Statement. Sept. 30, 1880........... Sept. 30, 1880........... July 1, 1880......:...... Nov. 30, 1880............ Dec. 1, 1880............. Jan. 1, 1879.............. Jai-. 1, 1879............. Oct. 1, 1880............. Oct. 1,1883....... Nov. 1, 1880............. Oct. 30, 1880............ July 1, 1880............. Oct. 10, 1879........... AmOUNT OF STITI Louisiana................... Jan. 1, 1880.............. Maine......................... Jan. 1) 1890,.............. Funded..89,099,000 ý2,813,500 3,390,600 No funded debt. 4,967,600 953,000 1,284,700 9,951,500 No debt. 4,998,178 645P435 1,181,975 1)858$008 11,781,761 5,848,900 11,277,111 33,020,464 905,149 2,565,000 3)0901155 16,508X00 44-9,267 557,017 3,501,100 1,890,300 9,114,054 16,960,045 6,476,805 356)508 21)439,950 Unf $2,5 292 211 Maryland................... Massachusetts............ Michigan................... Minnesota.................. Mississippi................ Missouri..................... Nebraska.................. Nevada....................... New Hampshire..... New Jersey................ New York.................. North Carolina........... Ohio..,....................... Oregon....................... Oct. 1, 1880........... Jan. 1, 1880............. 4 Oct. 1, 1880.............. Nov. 30, 1880............6 Jan. 1, 1880.............. Jan. 1, 1880.............. Nov. 30,1880............ Jan. IL, 1879.............. 5une 1), 1880............ Nov. 1, 1880............ O~ct. 1, 1880.......... Sept. 30,1879............ Nov. 152,1880............0 Sept. 1,, 1880...........61 FDEB. Raised by. AmIoujNoFTAXABLF, StateT~a X SDB. Taxation in - PROPERTY As Ass.EssED. on $1('0.. funded. 1880. Real. Personal. Cents. 523,252 $763,735 $83,000,000 $37,000,000 65 232,905 613,957 54,606,057 32,2M.,484 65 None. 31153,022 329,213,192 140,431,866 62Y2 162,887 155,506_ 25,804,34:5 17,26%,303 36 -- None 11466$263 228,487,700 95)9011228 15 S.......... M A O 00................................ 10,905 250,4:73 18)950,'160 10,521',0'6*7* 70............ 1)092$822 139,657,250 99,276,876 35 None. 3,300,000 620,042,868 166,573,526 36...... 1,670,292 5251413t900 192,382,202 30 S.......... 843,961: 303,381,498 102.159,899 20 S........ 883,139 1081101,J22 52,469,639 55 1,3)97345)037,875 40)......... 1,43,957 Real and Personal. 0 55,72 21-2J8149,635,805 60 550,72 2,42,188 Real and Personal. 6 521767 90)000224,579,669 4 521,657 900,000 Real and Personal. 4.... 0843459,187,408. 18%/ S........ 93,463 Real and Personal. S.......... 43950,000 11111)1601072 473,9696730 3 Y2...... 115 79663o000 0000 3......... 15,06 Real arid Perso-nal. t ~ 13 122,002 380,906.230,473,637 54,581,906 20 S...... 444,327 76,139,102 30,059,568 35 250,00 2,129,518 3811555)500 147,661,000 40 S........ 907,468 43,694,355 46,805,263 40 88,62 252,404 16)820)384 12,7!4,289 90 6010 4000206,959,017 20 60,100 400,00 Real and Personal. I 2 S...... 820)00.0 445,918,221 160,497,340 25 S........... 7,690,416 2,333,669,813 352,4:69,320 65,160,183 533,635 91,679,918 51,238,268 32Y/2 4,165 4,3411,725 It102)04:93931 45661136$034: 29 154868 3' 95. 6422,817 '70 154,86 324,59 "( Real a'nd Personal 7 S Nortam S8,719 52392t361 on Real 128,490,420 so SEstate None. 388,552 243)658,190 84,872,369 12 671,721 715,982 76,883,366.432967,758 45,ý636,550 626X59 19611652644- 16,952,036 10 52)674 1,396,170 186,297,495 114,227t912 50 S........... 292,228 71,017,001 15,375,533 410.:,037,560 2,067,678 248,4:55,933 70)937,926 50 bited% 515)241 95,079)868 33,480,119 30'....... 557,003 344,788.,771 94,183,030 10 3-10 ý,329,505 56,379,679 15,101,534,830 I 32 Benjamin F. Trey...... Mar. 4, 1889 ORGANIZ-ATION AN]II ARM A OF TERRITORtIES. TERRITORIES. Act org;anizing U. S. Statutes. Area of the Territories..Pennsylvania............ Dec. 1, 1879............ o& Rhode Island............. South Carolina........... Tennessee.................. Vermont................... Virginia............ 4......... W est Virginia............ W isconsin.................. Nov. 1, 1880............, 2)5341500 Nov. 23, 1880.......... *- 5,967,450 Dec. 1, 1880............ 20,206,300 6, Jan. 13,1879.............06 5,034,109 Oct. 1, 1880............ 0... No debt.... Dec. It,1879.............. 29,189,623 2, SCreation of State debt prohil' by Constitji- tion. lov. 29, 1880............ 2,252,057... Aggregate................ 251,840,921 32) New Mexico....................................... Utah..................................................... W ashington......................................... Dakotah............................................ Arizona................................................ Idaho...........................................:........ Montana................................................ W yoming............................................. Indian........................................ District of Columbia.......................... Alaska..................................................k Territory. Vl ae Vet Pae. In Sq. Miles. In Acres. Sept. 9, 1850 9 446 121201 77568640 Sept. 9, 1850" 9 4.53 84476 54064640 Mar., 2, 1853 10 172 69994 44796160 Mar. 2,11861 12 239 150932 96596480 Feb. 24,1863 12 664: 113916 72906304: Mar. 3,1863 12 808 86294 55228160 May 26,1864 13 85 143776 92016640 July 25--1868 15 179 97833 62645120 June 30, 1834 4 729 68991 44154240 July 16,1790 1 130 Mar. 3, 1791 1.214 64 4:106o July 27, 1868 15 240 577390 356289600 Im I

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Paulo; Lorena; Rio de Janeiro; S. Sebastao I.; Santos; Paranagua; S. Francisco I.; S. Catherina I.; P. Alegre; Trinidad I.; Martin Vaz Is.; South Atlantic Ocean; R. Grande de S. Pedro; Maldonado; Montevideo; R. de la Plata; C.S. Antonio; C. Corrientes; Dolores; Buenos Ayres; Colonia; Uruguay; Pato; Parana; Uruguay R.; Rosario; Mendoza; S. Luis; R. Colorado; Balna Blanca; R. Negro; San Juan; Cordova; Mt. Aconcagua; Valparaiso; Santiago; Concepcion; Chile; Mocha I.; Valdivia; Juan Fernandez; Mas a fuera; South Pacific Ocean; Maria Theresa R.; New Ulster or North I.; Hauraki Gulf; Three Kings Is.; C. Maria Van Diemen; Auckland; New Zealand; New Plymouth; C. Egmont; Hawke B.; C. Farewell; Curtis Is; Maeauley; Esperance R.; Nelson; New Munster or South I.; Wellington; Cook Strait; Christchurch; Banks Penin; Chatham I.; Pitt I.; Bounty I.; Antipodes I.; Enderby I.; Disappointment I.; Snares; The Traps; Stewart I. or New Leinster; Dunedin; West C.; S. Carlos; Chiloe I.; Johnson I.; Chona Archip.; Penin of Tres Montes; Gulf of Penas; Wellington Is.; Patagonia; R. Chupat; S. Matias Gulf; Penin of St. Josef; Gulf of St. George; Port Desire; Sth Georgia; Clerks Rk.; Traverse Is.; Sandwich; Montague; Saunders Group; Bristol; S. Thule; Falkland Is.; Stanley Har.; Beauchene; Str. of Magellan; Staten I.; Terra del Fuego; C. Horn; Hoste I.; Diego Ramirez Is.; Desolation I.; Str. of Magellan; Adelaide I.; Madre de dios Archip.; Sta. Cruz; Campbell I.; Emerald I.; Auckland I.; Row I.; Young I.; Antarctic Circle; Peter I.; Balleny Is.; C. North; Peter I.; Alexander I.; Adelaide I.; Biscoe Is.; C. Possession; Smith I.; S. Shetland Is.; Elephant I.; Clarence I.; King George I.; Joinville I.; Louis Phillipe L.; Palmer L.; Graham Land; Coronation I.; S. Orkney Is.; Laurie I.; C. Adare; Possession Is.; Coulman I.; Victoria Land; Doubtful I.; Franklin I.; Beaufort I.; Mt. Terror; Mt. Erebus(Volcanoe); Antarctic Ocean; Longitude West from Greenwich; South Pole; North Pole; EASTERN HEMISPHERE;Peterman Land; Franz Joseph Land; Long E. fr. Washn .; E.W. Long. W.fr.Washn.;Greenland; Shannon I.; Arctic Ocean; King Charles Ld.; Hope I.; Bear I.; Hammerfest; Jan Mayen I.; Tronso; C. North; Kolguer; Kanin; Nova Zembia; Kara Sea; Spitzbergen; King Charles Ld.; Loneliness; Ice C.; White I.; Gulf of Ob. or Obi; Dickson Harbor; Taimur Penin; Taimur L.; Khatangskoi; Bulun; Kotelnoi I.; New Siberia Is. ; New Siberia; Fadeyevskon; North East C. (Chelyuskin); Lend R.; Delta; Liakov Is.; Sacred C.; Ust Yansk; Indigirka R. Delta;Upper Kolynisk R.;Kolyna; Mid Kolynisk; Aldansk Mts.; Yana R.; Yamsk; Okhotsk; Tausk B.; Okhotsk Sea; Kamchatka; Petropaulovsk; C. Lopatka; Kurile Str.; Paramushir; Saghalien; Shantar Is.; Ayan; Blagovestchensk; Nikolaievsk; Udskoi; Stamov; Ost Strelka; Amur or Amoor R.; Aigun; Chita; Baikal; Upper Udinsk; Kirensk; Frkoutsk; Saiansk Mts.; L. Kos; Krasnoiansk; Angara R.; Tomsk; Senupolatinsk; Yeneseisk; Barnaul; Kolyvan; Narym; Tara; Omsk; Irtish R.; Akmolinsk; Ishim r.; Tobol R.; Tobolsk; Orsk; Samara; Ural R.; Kassan; Ekatertabura; Perm; Volga R.; Viatka; St. Petersburg; Volga; Lower Nevgorod R.; Tver; Moscow; Toula; Orel; Kiev; Warsaw; Vilua; Copenhagen; Riga; Dvina R.; Novgorod; Revel; Berlin; Cracow; Hamburg; Germany; Baltic Sea; Finland; Gothland; Stockholm; Denmark; Holland; Bremen; Hague; Brussels; Belgium; Bremen;England; North Sea; England; Ireland;London, Edinburg; Cork; C. Clear; Liverpool; Dublin; Scotland; Glasgow; Belfast; Galway; British Isles; Orkney; Is.; Hebrides; Rockall; Shetland Is.; Bergen; Christiana; Sweden; C. Stadt; Trondlijen; Vigten Is.; Iceland; Mt. Hecla; Faroe Is.; G. of Hothnia; Vasa; Abo; L. Ladoga; L. Onega; Onega; Archangel; Mezen; Uleaborg; White Sea; Tornea; C. Langaness; Arctic Cicle; Lofoden Is.; Lapland; Kola Penin.; Archangel; Penin.; Pustosersk; Obdorsk; Urai Mts.; Mezen; Onega; L. Onega; Obdorsk; Berezov; Taz G.; Turukhansk; Soorgoot; Samarovsk;Vigatzl; Ob; Yenisei R.; Stony; Tunguska; Lower Tunguska R.; Suntar; Olenek R.; Shigansk; Vitui R.; Yakoutsk; Lena R.; Verkhoiansk; Yana; Mid. Kolynisk; Kolma; Upper Kolynisk; Onnekotan; Simusir; Urup; Iturup I.; Yesso I.; Sangar Str.; Matsmai; Japan Sea; Vladivostok; La Perouse Str.; Kurile Is.; C. Patience; Patience B.; G. of Tartovy; SIBERIA; RUSSIAN EMPIRE; RUSSIA; EUROPE; Sabota Alin Mts.; Manchuria; ghirin; Moukden; Tsitsihar; Merguen; Mongolia; Desert of Gobi or Shamo; Ngan-si; Huang-ho; Pekin; Barkoul; Khamil; L. Lob; Tarim R.; Uruntsi; L. Ubsa; Altai Mts.; L. Zaisan; Kulilin; Thran-Shan Mts.; L. Issik; L. Balkash; Sir Daria; Turkestan; Samarcand; Bokhara; Khiva; Amn; Aral Sea; Astrakhan;Orenbur; Caspian Sea; Mt. Elburz; Tiflis; Canca Sus Mts.; Taganrog; Volga R.; Kharkov; Odessa; Sevastopol; Black Sea; Constantinople; Varna; Bucharest; Roumania; Lemberg; Salonika; Moute; Negro; Servia; Austria Hungary; Pesth; Vienna; Pragne; Diesden; Munich; Switzerland; Adriatic Sea; Italy; Alim; Milan; Geneva; Mt. Blanc; Turen; Marseilles; Florence; Corsica; Rome; France; Naples; Nantes; Paris; Brest; English Chan.; Frankfurt; Sally Is.; Bay of Biscay; Bordeaux; Valencia; Barcelona; Saragossa; Madrid; Oporto; Valludolid; C. Finisterre; Atlantic Ocean; Portugal; Lisbon; St. Vincent; Cadiz; Str. of Gibraltar; Gibraltar; Seville; Balearic Is.; Tunis; Algiers; Oran; Algeria; Wargla; Ghadamis; Marocco; Atlas Mts.; Fez; C. Cantin; Madeira Islands; Tunis; Sardinia; Palermo; Sicily; C. Bon; Malta; Tripoli; G. of Sidra; Tripoli; Ghadamis; Wargla; Algeria; Malta; Crete; Mediterranean Sea; Benghazi; Port Said; Alexandria; Cairo; Suez; Jerusalem; Damascus; Bagdad; Aleppo; Cyprus; Smyrna; Brusa; Athens; Greece; Erzerouna; Mt. Ararat; Resht; Tabriz; Teheran; Bagdad; Jerusalem; Persia; Teheran; Ispahan; Mt. Demavend; Meshel; Astrabad; Caspian Sea; Kerman; Afghanistan; Herat; Kandahar; Peshawar; Cabul; Maimana; Merve; Daria Balkh; Lahore; Cashmere; Yarkand; East Turkestan; Kashear; Khokand; Chinese Empire; Leh; Kuen Lun Mts.; L. Ike Namur; Thibet; Himalaya Mts.; Lhasa; Mt. Everest; Chingtu; Singan; Lanchau; East Turkestan; China; Nan-king; Kaifung; Yellow R.; Tientsin; Pechiti; Yellow Sea; Nagasaki; Shanghai; Corea Str.; Corea; Kingkitau; Sado I.; Oki Is.; Nagasaki; Kiusiu I. Sikok I.; Kiusiu I.; Yokohama; Fatsizia; Tokio; Japan; Fusiyama Mt.; Niphon I.; Van Diemen Str.; Colunas; Weeks I.; Los Jardines or Marshall Is.; Rosa; Mangs; Peru Is.; Douglas R.; Kendrick I.; Volcano Is.; S. Augustine; Marcus I.; Sulphur I.; Tree I.; Margaret I.; Baily Is.; Bonin Is.; Rosario I.; Borodino I.; Dolares I.; Bashee Is.; Formosa; Loo-choo Is.; Hong Kong; Prata I.; Formosa Chan.; Amoy; Canton; Kweilin; Fuh-chau; Nanchang; Wuchang; Macao; Kweiyang; Si-Kiang; Kesho; G. of Tong King; Yang-ste-kiang; Yunnan; Batang; Mandelay; Burmah; Ava; Brahmapootra R.; Lhasa; Nepaul; Ganges; Patna; Calcutta; Nagpoor; Benares; Allahabad; Lucknow; Delhi; Agra; India; Hydrabad; Indus; Kurrachee; Beloochistan; Kelat; Bunder Abbas; G. of Oman; Muscat; Oman; Massera I.; Bushire; G. of Persia; Desert; Riad; Bahrein Is.; Nejed; Medina; Jiddah; Mecca; Yembo; Mt. Sinai; Akaba; Red Sea; Nile R.; Derr; Nubia; Assouan; Siout; Egypt; Libyan; Gebabo; Desert; Wajanga; Bardai; Tibesti; Sahara or Great Desert; Mabruk; Wadan; Arguin; C. Blanco; Fuerteventura; Canaria; C. Bojador; R. Ouro; Tatta; Timimun; Aulef; Ideles; Ghat; Murzuk; Fezzan; Larizarote; Canaria; Canary Islands; Teneriffe; Palma; Ferro; Tishit; Walata; Mesina; Kembo; Jenne; Senegambia; Senegal R.; St. Louis; C. Verde; Bathurst; Bissagos Is.; Senegambia; Kembo; Jenne; Mesina; Walata; Arawan; Timbuctoo; Gao; Niger R.; Say; Sokoto; Busah; Gando; Say; Kano; Burnu; Bagirmi; Waday; L. Tchad; Air; Agades; Bilma; Dar Fur; Fasher; Khartoom; Kordofan; El Obeid; Blue Nile R.; Abyssinia; Gundar; Massuah; Berber; Suakin; Mocha; Aden; Hadramaut; Yemen; Sana; Perim I.; G. of Aden; Berbera; C. Guardafui; Ras Haffun; Socotra; Kuria Muria Is.;AFRICA; SOUDAN; Arabian Sea; Bombay; Poona; Mysore; Laccadive Is.; Calicut; Pondicherry; Palk Str.; Madras; Bellary; Hyderabad; Godavery R.; Bay of Bengal; Andaman Is.; Rangoon; Siam; Bangkok; G. of Siam; Cochin; China; Anam;Saigon; Hue; Hainan; Paracel Is.; Luzon; Mindoro; Palawan; Pana; Manilla; Philippine Islands; C. Engano; Samar; North Pacific Ocean; Lindsay I.; Mangs; Mariana or Ladrone Is.; Pagon; Seypan; Folger I.; Guam; McKenzie Is.; Tromelin Is.; Caroline Is.; Lutke Is.; Hall Is.; S. Augustin I.; Swede Is.; Hogotu; Seniavin Is.; Martlock Is.; Mont Verde Is.; Greenwich; Kama Is.; Philip Is.; St. Andrews Is.; Current I.; North I.; Freewill Is.; Gilolo; Waigeoo; Morty; Sangir I.; Mindanao; Sooloo Sea; Sooloo Is.; Celebes Sea; Borneo; Sarayak; Natuna Is.; Labuan I.; Singapore; Malay; Penang; Penin.; China Sea; Nias; Hog I.; Malacca Str; Sumatra;Acheen; Nicobar Is.; Ceylon; Pt. de Galle; Colombo; C. Comorin; Maldive Is.; Equator; Magadoxo; Ajan; Somauli; Haines R.; Juba R.; Galla Country; Saka; Arkobin; Lado; White Nile R.; Muriza; L. Albert Nyanza; Arab R.; Binnu R.; Yola; Adamwa; Cameroon Mts.; Gulf of Guinea; Fernando Po.; Princes I.; C. Formosa; Bight of Benin; Dahomey; Abomey; Guinea; Ashantee; Coomassie; C. Three Points; C. Coast Castle; Kong Mts.; Sierra Leone Coast; Free Town; Monrovia; Sherboro I.; Liberia; Harper; C. Palmas; Is. de Los.; Ascension I.; R. Livingstone or Congo; St. Paul de Loanda; Loango; Mayumba; Annobon I.; C. Lopez; St. Thomas; Congo; Lower Guinea; Cabango; Casembe; Nyangwe; Congo State; Congo R.; Ujiji I.; Tanganyika; Tabora; L. Victoria; Nyanza; Mt. Kenia; Mt. Kilimajaro; Pemba I.; Zanzibar; Monfia I.; Quiloa; Aldabra I.; Alphonse I.; Amirante Is.; Juba;Providence I.; Coetivy I.; Mahe; Platte; Seychelle Is.; Bridgewater; Sayhade Malha; Nelson I.; Chagos Is.; Diego Garcia I.; Indian Ocean; Sebeero; Benkulen; Engano I.; Sunda Str.; Java Head; Sunda Islands; Batavia; Samarang; Java; Billiton; Palembang; Java Sea; Banca; Bali; Sumbawa; Flores; Timor; Banjermassin; Macassar; Laut; Macassar Str.; Moluccas; Celebes; Bouro Amboyna; Ceram; Arrou Is.; Arafura Sea; Timor Laut; New Guinea or Papua; Geetvtnk Bay; Mysory I.; Tiger I.; Admiralty Is.; Dampier I.; Dampier Str.; Mt. Stanley; G. of Papua; Woodlark I.; New Britain; Solomon Is.; Bougainville; Choiseul Ysabel; New Hanover; New Ireland; Carteret Is.; St. Matthias; Clark R.; Guadaleanar; Louisiade; Archip; Torres Strait; Somerset; York Penin.; C. Melville; C. Flattery; Mitchell; Lyna R.; Flinders R.; Cardwell; Halifax B.; Bowen; Gulf of Carpentaria; Wellasley Is.; Burketown; Northern Tery; Palmerston; Victoria R.; Cambridge G.; Bathurst I.; Melville I.; York Sound; C. Leveque; Kings Sound; Howley Rocks; Dampier; Archipelago; Sumba or Sandalwood I.; Alexandra Land; Christmas I.; Keeling or Cocos Is.; Rodriguez I.; Albatross I.; Tromelin I.; Port Choiseul; C. Amber; Farquhar I.; Agalegas I.; Sayhade Malha Bank; Madagascar; St. Mary; Boeni; Nossi Be I.; Comoro Is.; C. Delgado; Mozambique; Mozambique Channel; Royuna R.; L. Nyassa; Livingstonia; Zambezi R.; Tete; Sena; L. Bangweola; Victoria Falls; Ft. Humbe; Benguela Bike; Benguela; Mossamedes; Gr. Fish Bay; Nourse R.; C. Frio; St. Helena; South Atlantic Ocean; Walfisch B.; Scheppmansdorf; Orange R.; Springbokfontein; Namaqua Land; Kalahari Desert; Damara; L. Ngami; Potchefstroom; Bloemfontein; Orange R.; Fr. State; Pretoria; Transvaal; Limpopo R.; Salri R.; Zulu Land; Pietermaritzburg; Port Natal & D'Urban; Delagoa B; Note: Title: Gray's New Map of the World in Hemispheres Keywords: C. Corriettes; Europa I.; Sofala B.; Sabi R.;Limpopo R.; Transyaal; Pretoria; Orange R.; Cathkm Pk.; Bloemfontein; C. St. Mary; Mananzari; Reunion or Bourbon I.; Mauritius of I. Of France; Tropic of Capricorn; N.W. Cape; Shark B.; Gascoyne; Murchison R.; Houtmans; Abrothos; West Australia; South Australia; Australia; L. Eyre; Thompson R.; Queensland; Warego R.; Brisbane; Moreton; C. Byron; Shoal B.; Keppel B.; Curtis I.; Hervey B.; Frazer I.; Broad Sound; Cumberland Is.; Queens Land; Lord Howe Is.; P. Stephens; Port Jackson; Mt. Koscinsko; Montague I.; C. Howe; Bass Strait; Furneaux Is.; Victoria; New South Wales; Sydney; Mt. Hotham; Murray R.; Melbourne; Geelong; R. Glenelg; Portland B.; Port Phillip; King I.; Darling R.; Adelaide; Encounter B.; Kangaroo I.; Spencer Guff; L. Torrens; L. Gairdner; Australian Bight; Recherche Archipelago; Albany; Perth; C. Naturaliste; C. Leeuwin; New Amsterdam; St. Paul; Natal; Kaffraria; Grahamstown; Georgetown; C.Agulhas; Cape Colony; Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope; Tristan da Cunha; Nightingale I. ;Inaccessible I; Port Elizabeth; Kerguelen I.; Gozet Is.; Prince Edward Is.; Marion; Diego Alvarez or Gough I.; Banks Strait; Launceston; Tasmania; Hobarton; South C.; Port Davy; Macquarie Harb; King I.; Port Phillip; Thompson I.; Bouvet I.; Lindsay I.; McDonald I.; Heard I.; Royal Company Is.; Macquarie I.; Bishop & Clerk; Ringgold Knoll; C. Hudson; Peacocks B.; Pt. Emmons; Disappointment B.; Pt. Case; Pt. Alden; Adelie L.; Clarie L.; C. Carr; Porpoise Bay; North Land; Totten or Sabrina L.; Budd Land; Knox Land; Repulse Bay; Wilkes Land; Termination I.; Antarctic Circle; Kemp I.; Enderby Land; C. Ann; Antarctic Ocean; Longitude East from Greenwich; South Pole Note:

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Page  78 L 1 SENATORS OF THE FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. From March 4, 1889f to March 469 191. LEVI P. MORITON, R., PRESIDENT. Alabamna. 'James L. Pugh, D., Bufaula............... 1891 John T. Morgan, D., Selma................ 1895 Arkansas. James K. Jones, D., Washington....... 1.891 Jas. H. Berry, D., Bentonville........... 1895 California. LelIand Stan ford, R., San Francisco... 1891 G4eorge Hearst, D., San Francisco...... 1893 Colorado. Htenry M. Teller, R., Central City...... 1891 E. 0. W olcott, R................................ 1895 Connecticut. Orville, H. Plat t, R., Aferiden............. 1891 Joseph R. Hawley, R., Hartford......... 1893 Delaware. George Gray,, D., N~ew Castle............. 1893 Anthony Higgins, R.......... o............... 1893. ouisiatna, Jas. B. Eustis, D., New Orleans......... 1801 R. L. Gibson, D., New Orleans........... 1895 MIaine. E ugene Hale, R., Ellsworth.............. 1893 William P. Frye, R., Lewiston............ 1895 MVarylaxid, Ephraim K. Wilson, D., Snow Hill..... 1891 Arthur P. Gorman, D., Laurel........... 1893. M~assachusetts. Henry L. Dawes, R.., Pittsfield........... 1893 George F. Hoar, R., Worcester...........1895 1ichlgan.o F. B. Stoekbridg-e, PR., Kalamazoo...... 1893 James; M cM illan, R........................... 1895 Minnesota. Cushman. K. Davis,- R., St. Paul......... 1893 W. D. Washburn, R., Minneapolis.... 1895 North Carolinta. Zebulon B. Vance, D., Charlotte........ 1891 Matt. W. Ransom, D., Weldon........... 1895 Ohio. Henry B. Payne, D., Cleveland......... 1891 John Sherman, R., MIanstield............ 1893 Oregon. John TI. Mitchell, R., Portland......... 1891 Joseph N. Dolph, R., Portland........... 1895 Pennsylvania. Jas. Donald Cameron,!., Harrisburg..1891 Matthew S. Qaay, R., Beaver........... 1893 Rhodle Island. Nelson W. Aldrich, R., Providence.... 1893 Nathan F. Dixon, 11.......................... e1895 Florida. Wilkinson Call, D., Jacksonville........ 1891 Samuel Pasco, D., Monticello.......... **1893 Georgia. Josep h E. Brown, D., Atlant~a............ 1891 A. H. Colquitt, D)., Atlanta................. 1895 Ullnotws. Chas. B. Farwell,' R., Chicago............ 1891 S. M. Cullom$ R., Springfield............ 1895 isoxscntsrtiiin, James Z. George, D.,.Jackson............ 1893 Wadte amp Bt ler, D., Char flesto /....... 1891 Edward C. WalthaI1, D., Grenada...... 1895 MthwC ulr. deil...19 Miissouri. George G. Vest, D., Kansas City......... 1891 Francis M. Coc~krell, D.,Warrensburg. 1893 Nebraska. Alger-non S Paddock, R., Beatrice...19 Chas. F. 'iandersona, R., Omaha........ 1-895 Telllnessee. Win. B. Bate, D., AMfiville................. 1893 isham G. Harris, D., M1emphis.......... 01895 Texas. John H. Reagan., D., Palestine......... 1893 Richard Coke, D., Waco-.............*0...... 1895 Indiana. Nevada. Vermont. Daniel W. Voorhees, D., Terre Haute..1891 John P. Jones, R., Gold Hill............... 1891 Justin S. Morrill, R.,1 Stratford......-..... 1891 David Turpie, D., Indianapolis.......... 18593 Win. M. Stewart, R., Virginia City..... 1893 George F. Edmunds, R., Burlington... 1893 Iowa. New Hampshkire. Virginia. William B. Allison, R., Dubuque........ 18g, Gilman Marston, R............................ 1889 John W. Daniels, D., Lynchburg...... 189.3 James F. Wilson$ R., Fairfield........... 1895 Henry W. Blair, R., Manchester........ 1891 John S. Barbour, D............ *............... 1895 7Robert. M. Yardley, R. 8William Mutchler, D. 19,,Da:'id B. Bruanner, D. 10hfa riott Brosius, R. 11 Joiieph A. Scranton, R. 12 Edward S. Ostborne, R. 13 James B. Reilly, D. 14 John W. Rife, R. 15 Myron B. Wright, R. 16 Henry C. McCormick, R. 17 Charles R. Buekalew, D. 18 Louis E; Atkinson, R..19 Levi Maish, I,. 20 Edward Scu'll, R. 21 Samu.-1 A. Craig, R. 22 Joh~n Dalzell, R. 23 Thomas M. Bayne, R.. 24 J. Warren Ray, R. 25 Charles C. Towvnsend, R. 26 William C."Culbertson, R. 27 Lewis F. Watson, R. 28 James A. Kerr, D. Rhode Island. 1Henry J. Spooner, R. 2Warren O. Arnold, R. South Carolina. I Samuel Dibble, D. 2George D. Tillman, D. 3James S. Cothran, D. 4 W. H. Perry, D': 5John J. Hemphill, D. 6 George W. Dargan, D. 7William Elliott, D. Tennessee, I Alfred A. Taylor, R.' 2 Leonidas C. houik, R. 3 H. Clay Evansý R. 4Benton McB~illin, D. 5 James D. Richardson, D 6 Jos. E. Washlington, D. 7 Wash. C. Whitthorne, D..8 Benjamin A. Enloe, D. 9 Rico A. Pierce, D. 10 James Phelan, D. -- Texas. I Charles Stew-art, D. 2 William H. Mai-tin, D. 3 Charles B. Kilgore, D. 4 D~aviat B. Culberson, D. -5 8ilas -Rare, D_. 6. o.Reph Abbott, D. D 7-Wiltfiah H. Crain, D 8 L-; W. Moore, D. 9 -Roger Q. Mills, D. 10 J. T. Sayers, D. 11 S. W. T. Lanham, D. Ver~mont, 1 John W. Stewart, R. 2 William W. Grout, R. 'Virginia. 1 T. H'. Bayly Brown, R. 2 George E. Bowden, 1. 3George D. Wise, D. 4 Edmund C. Venable)- D. 5 Posey G. Lester, D. 6Paul C. Edmund.q D. 7 Charles T. O'Ferrall, D. 8 Wmn. H. F. Lee) D. 9 John A. Buchanan, D. 10 Harry St. G. Tacker, D. West Virginia. 1 John 0. Pendleton, D. 2 William L. Wilson, D. 3 John H. MoGinnis, R. 4 Charles B. Smith, R. Wisconsin. 1 L. B. Caswell, R. 2 Charles Harwig, D. 3 R. M. La Follette, R. 4 Isaac W. Van Schait.k, R. 5 George' H. Briekner, D. 6 Charles B. Clark, R...70. B.- Thomas, R. 9Nils P. Haugn,' R. TT ro MH he rd__ F. A. M Jonathf F. A. M JonathE Theodo Nathan: Joseph Henry Langdo: lienry( John W PhilipI Henry( JohnW Andrew John B( Robert John W John TW John W Robert Howell Linn B( Nathani James I Wm. Pe Galusha Seh~uyle James Miichael Samuel J.- Warr John G. POPX SPEAKERS OP THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES* NAME, STATE. CONGRESS. TERMI OF BERLVICE. BORIN. DIED. fuhlenberg........ Pa...... 1st Cong. April 1, 1789, to Mar. 4,179L. 1750 Is01 an Trumbull.... Conn... 2d Cong. Oct. 24, 1791, to Mar. 4,1793. 1740 1809 fuhlenberg....... Pa...... 3d Cong. Dec. 2, 1793, to Mar.e 4,1795............. an Dayton......... N. J.... 4th Cong. Dec. 7, 179.5, to Mar. 4,1797. 1760 1824 "'t...... t... 6th Cong. Mayl15, 1797, to Mar. 3, 1799.,-......... )re Sedgwi'c'l'..: Mass... 6th Cong. Doc. 2,1799, to Mar. 47,1801. 1746 1813 Liel Macon...:....6 N.C.. 7th Cong. Dec. 7,1801, to Mar. 4,1803. 1757 1837 it...... 8th Cong. Oct. 17,1803, to Mar. 4,)1805............. "t........ it".. 9h Cong. Dec. 2,1805, to Mar. 4, 1807,...... B. Varnum......: Mass... loth Cong. Oct. 26,1807, to Mar. 4, 1809. ii75*0*18'2-1 "1.'.. 11th Cong. May 22, 1809, to M'ar. 4, 1811............. Clay.................. Ky...... 12th Cong. Nov. 4, 1811, t'o Mar. 4, 1813. 1777 1852 "6................... "6...... 13th Cong. May 24, 1813, to Jan. P9, 1814....... m Cheves...... S. C. 2d Ses. 13th Conig. Jan. 19, 1814'1 to Mar. 4, 1815. 1776 1857 Clay.................. Ky...... 14th Cong. Dec. 4, 1815, to Mar. 4, 1817............. ".......... 15th Cong. Dec. 1, 1817, to M-ar. 4, 1819.............. 16th Cong. Dec. 6,1819, to ~ay 1.5, 1820.......... r.Taylor........N. Y. 2d'8"s. 16th Cong. Lo.1 80 o ~a.412 1784 1854 P. Barbour........ Va......* 17th Cong. Dec. 4, 1821, to Mar. 4, 1823. 1783 1841 K, Tyo......... 18i lth Cong. Dec. 1, 1823, to Mar. 4, 182,5............. Tayln.:::-' N....19th Cong. Dec..5, 1826, to M.-r. 4,1827........ r~tvenon..... a....20th Cong. Dec. 3, 1827, to Mar. 4,m 1829. 1784 1857' cc.... 21st Cong.. Dec. 7, 1829, to IIa r. 4, 1831............. "....... 22d Cong. -Pee. 15, 1831, to Mar. 4. 1833..................... 23d Cohg. Dec. 2,1833, to June 2,11834.............. ell................ Ten. 2d Ses. 23d Cong. June 2,) 1834, to Mar. 4, 1835. 1797 1869 K. Polk...........,.. 24th Cong. Dee. 7,1835, to'3Mar. 4, 1837., 1795 1849 4............0 25th Cong. Sept. 5,1837, to Mar. 4,11839............. M. T. Hunter... Va...... 26th, Cong.. Dee. Iii, 1838), to Mar. 4,)18111. W1899... Thite................. Ky..... 27th Cong. May 31,1841$ to-B-ar. 4, 1843. 1805 1845 7. Jones............ Va...... 28th Cong. Dee. 4, 1843, to Mar. 4,21845. 1805 1848 7. Davis....... Ind.... 29th C~ong. Dee. 1, 1845, to Mar. 4,)1847. 1799 1850 C. Winthrop..... Mass... 30th Cong. Dec. 6, 1847, to Mar. 4, 1849. 1809..... Cobb... '............. Ga...... 31st Cong.. Dee. 22, 1849, to Mar. 4, 1851. 1815 1868 oyd......... Ky... 32d Cong. Dec. 1, 1851, to 111ar. 4,1853. 1800 1859 44 "1. 33d Cong. -C. 5, 1853, to Mar. 4,)1855.......... iel 'i;;i'..'' Mass.. 34th Cong. 1'eb. 2,1856, to M+ar. 4,1857.i18'6...... L. Orr............... S. C..... 35th Cony: DOC. 7,1857, to Mar. 4, 1859. 1822 1873 tuning-lon......... pN.j..3t.Cn.Fb1)80toA r416.176 82 iA. Grow......... Pa...... 367hth Con~ong. July e" 4,18601, 1tot~M ar. ~a"4,4,1863. 19182316...... )r Colfax.......... Ind....: 38th Cong. Dee. 7, 1863, to Mar. 4,1865183"... 46.... *.@.9th Cong. Dec. 4,1865, to Mar. 4. 1867............. cc.............. "0 40th Cong. Mar. 4, 1867, to Alar. 4, 1869............. G.Blaine......... Me.:[ 41st Cong. Mar. 4,1869, to Mar. 4, 1871..1830... 94....... 42d Cong. Mar. 4,1871, to Mar. 1, 1873............. "...... " ".... 43d. Cong. Dee. 1, 1873', to Alai. 41 1875............. I C. Kr.[:): Ind..."." 4th Cong. Dee. 6,1875,1 to Aug. 20, 1876). 1827 1876 J. Randall.... Pa. 2d Ses. 44th Cong. Dee. 4,1876t to M'ar. 4,1877. 1828 cc...445th Cong. Oct.. 15, 1877, to M'ar. 1,1879............. "4..4...: 46th Cong. Mar. 18..1879, to.......,an Kiefer........ Ohio... 47th Cong. Dee. 4, i881,to Mar. 4, 1883....... ~Carlisle.......... Ky..... 48th Cong. Dee. 4, 1883, to Mar. 4, 1889......... ITLATI(ON OF THE PRIINCIPAL NAT]IONS OP THE WORLD. John J. Ingalls, R.,Atisn.......19 Preston B. Plumb, R., Emporia......... 1895:?:, -:...,,: V: '.:... i,+. 891::r.,::.:+ i:?:. J+ ~ +~?::-:'."......1895 New Jersey. Rufus Blodgett, D., Monmouth......... 1893 Joh-n R. MlcPherson, D., Jersey City.... 1895 New York. Wm.. M. Evarts, R., New York City.... 1891 Fra-nk Hiscock, R., Syracuse............ 1893 West Virginia. Chas. J. Faulkn 'er, D., Martinsburg..1893 John E. Kenna, D., Charleston......... 1895 Wisconsinti. John C. Spooner, R., Hudson............. 1891 Philetus Sawyer, R., Oshkosh............ 189;3 Democrats, 37. Total, 76. II HEPR-I:iýSENTATIVES ELECT TO FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Prom ffarch 4, 18899 to March 41 1891. Alabama. 1Richard H. Clarke, D. 2Hilary A. Herbert, D. 3 William 0. Gates, D. 4 Lewis W. piD. 5JamesE. C~o'bb9, DI. 6 John H. Bankhead, D. 7 William H. Forney, D. 8 Joseph Wheeler, D. ArkansaLs, 1 William H. Cate, D. 2(C. R. Breckinridge, D. 3Thomas 0. MlcRae) D. 4 John If. Rodgers, D. 5Samuel W. Peel, D. Californiae' I John J. De Haven, R. 2Marion Biggs, D. 3Joseph McKenna, R. 4 W. W. Morrow, R. 5 Ttio-mas J. Clunie, D. 6William Vandever, R. Colorado. 1 Hosea Townsend, R. Connecticut. 1 'Willi'am E. Simmnonds, R. 2 Washington L. Wilcox, D. 3 Charles A. Russell, R. 4 Frederick Miles$ R. Delaware. I John B. Penington, D. Florida. 1 R. Rt. M. Davidson, Db. 2 Robert Bullock, D. Georgia. 1. Rufus E. Lester, D. 2 Henry G. Turner, D. 3Charles F. Crisp, D. 4 Thomas W. Grimes, D. 5 John D. Stewart, D. 6 James H. Blount, D. 7 J. C. Clements, D 8 Henry H. Carlton, D 9Allen D. Candler, D. lo Geo. F. Barnes, D. Illinois. 1 Abner Taylor, R. 2 Frank Lawler, D. 3 William E. Mason, R. 4 GeorgeE.Adams, R. 5Albert J. opkins, R. 6 Robert R. Hitb, R. 7 Thos. J. Henderson, R. 8 Charles A. Hill, R. 9 Lewis E. Payson, R..10 Philip S. Post, R. ii William H. Gest, R. 12 Scott Wike, D. 13 Win. M. Springer, D. 14 Jonathan H. Rowell, R. 15 Joseph U. Cannon, R. 16 George W. Fithian, D. 17 Edward Lane, D. 18 William S. Forman, D. 19 Rio'd W. Townshend, D. 20 George W. Smith, R. India-na. 1 William F. Parrett, D. 2 John H. O'NeallD. 3 Jason B. Brown, D. 4 William S. Holman, D. 5 George W. Cooper, D. 6 Thomas M. Browne, R. 7 Wm. D. By-num,! D. 8Elijah V. Brookshire, D. 9 Joseph B. Cheadle, R. lo Win. D. Owen, R. 11 Augustine N. Martin, D. 12 Chas. A. 0. M~cClellan, D. 13 Benjamin F. Shively,|D. Iowa. 1 John H. Gear, R. o 'X~altr TT I~v.q T)s Kanstas. 1 E. N. Morrill, R. 2El. ff. Funston, R. 3Bishop W. Perkins, R. 4 Thomas Ryan, R. 5 John A. Anderson, R. 6 Erastus J. Turner, R. 7 Samuel R. Peters, R.. Kentucky. 1 W. J. Stone) D. 2 William T. Ellis, D. 3I. Herschel Goodnight, D. 4 Alex. B. Montgomery, D..5 Asher G. Caruth, D. 65ohn G. Carlisle, D. 7W. 0. P. Breckenbridge, D. 8 J. B. McCreary, D. 9 Thomas H. Paynter, D. 10 John H. Wi Ison, R. 11 H. Frank Finlay, R.. ouisiana. I Theodore S. Wilkinson, D.. 2 H. Dudley Coleman, R. 3 Edwvard J. Gay, D. 4 N. C. Blanchard, D. 5 Charles J. Boatner, D. 6 Samuel -il. Rob ertson, D. M~ainle. 1 Thomas B. Reed, R. 2Nelson Dingley, Jr., R. 3 Seth L. Milliken, R. 4Charles A. Boutelto, R..ftaryland-0 1 Charles H. Gibson, D. 2Herman Stump, D.. 3Harry Welles Rusk, D. 4 Henry Stockbridge, Jr., R. 5Barnes Compton, D. 6 Louis E. McComas, R. I Charles S. Randall, R. 2Elijah A. Morse, R. 3John F. Andrew, D. 4 Joseph H. O'Neill, D. 5Nathaniel P. Baniks, R. 6Henry Cabot Lodge, R. 7William Cogswell, R. 8 Frederick T. Greenhalge, R. 9 John W. Candler, R. 10 Joseph H. Walker, R. 11 Rodney Wallace, R. 12 F rancis W. Rockwell, R. Michigan. IJ. Logan Chipmali D. 2Edward P. Allen, R. 3 James O'Donnell, R. 4 J. 0. Burrows, R. 6 Charles E. Belknap, R. 6 M~ark S. Brewer, R. 7Justin R. Whirling, D. 8 Archibald4 T. Bliss, R. 9 Byron M. Cutcheon, R-. 10 Frank W. Wheeler, R. 11 Samuel M. Stephenson, R. 111-innesota. I Mark H. Dunnell, R. 2 John Lind, R. 3 Darius S. Hal I, R. 4Samuel P. Snider, R. 6Solomon G. Comstock, R. M~ississippi. I John M. Allen, D. 2J. B. Morgan, D. 3T. C. Catchings, D. 4 Clark Lewis, D. 5C. L. Anderson, D. 6 Thomas R. Stockdale, D 7 Charles E. Hooker, D. Missouri. I William H. Hatch, 1). 2 Charles H. Mansur, D. 3 Alex. M. Dockery, D. 4 James N. Burnes, D. rhnT. HeardTD. Nebraska. I William J. Connell, R. 2 James Laird, R. 3 G. W. B. Dorsey, R. Ne-vada. 1 Horace F. BarrinG; R. New Hamtpshire. I Alonzo Nute, R. 2. Or~ren C. Moore, R. tNew Jersey. 'IC. A. BePrgen, R.2James Buchanan, R. 3 Jacob A. Geissenhainer, D. 4 Samuel Fowler, D. 5 -Charles D. Beckwith, R. 6 H-. Lehlbaah, R. 7 William McAdoo, D. New York. I James W. Covert, D. 2 Felix Campbell, D. 3 William C. Wallace, R. 4 John M~. Clancy, D. 5 Thomas F. Magner, D. 6 Frank T. Fitzgerald, D. 7Edward J. Dunphy, D). 8John Henry McCarthy, D. 9Samuel 8. Cox, D. 10 Francis B. Spinola, D. 11 John Quinn, D. 12 Roswell P. Flower, D. 13 Ashbel P. Fitch, D. 14- W. G. Stahlnecker, D 15 Moses D. Stivers, R. 16 John H. Ketcham, R. 17 Charles J. Knapp, R. 18 John A. Quackenbush, R..19 Charles Tracey, D. 20 John Sanford, R. 21 John H. Moffitt, R. 22 Frederick Lansing, R. 23 James S. Sherman, R. 24 David Wilber, R. 26 J. J. Belden, R. 26 Milton Delano, R. 27 Nelson W. Nutting, R. 28 Thomas S. Flood, R. 29 John Raines, R. 90. Charles S. Baker, R. 31 John G. Sawyer, R. 32 J. M. Farqluhar, R. 33 John M. Wiley, D. 34 William G. Laidlaw, R. -North Carolina. 1 Thomas G. Skinner, D. 2 Henry P. Cheatham, 1. 3Chas. W. McClammy, D. 4 Benijamin H. Bunn, D. 5 John M. B~rower, R.' 6 Alfred Rowland, D. 7J. S. Henderson, D. 8W. H. H. Cowles, D.i 9 Hamilton G. Ewart, R. Ohio. 1 B. Butterworth, R. 2 John A. Caldwell, R. 3 Elihu S. Williams, R. 4 Samuel S. Yoder, D. 5 George E. Seney, D. 6 Melvin M. Boothman, R. 7 Henry L. Moery, R. 8 Robert P. Kennedy, R. 9 Wm. C. Coope~r, R., 10 William E. Haynes, D. 11 A. 0. T hompson, R. 12 Jacob J. Pugsley, R. 13 J. H. Outhwaite, D. 14 Charles P. Wickham, R. 15 C. H. Grosvenor, R. 16 James W. Owens, D. 17 Joseph D. Taylor, R. IS Wm. McKinley, Jr., R. 19 Ezra B. Taylor, 1R. 20 Martin L. Smyser, R. 21 Theodore E. Burton, R. 97b-on-.- Last COUNTRIES. CAPITAL. Cen- I BUS. Argentine Republic......... Buenos Ayres.................. 1875 Austria-Hungary............... Vienna...........................:L869 Belgium............................. Brussels........................ 18716 Bolivia............................... La Paz........................ -1861 Brazil............................. Rio do Taneiro................ 1872 Canada, Dominion of......... Ottawa..................:.... -.... 1871 Chili................................. Santiago................. 1875 Chinese Empire............... Pekin.,...................... E~st. Colombia.......................... Bo~gota.................. 1870 E y t.......................... Cairo....................... Est..emak........:................ Copenhage......... 1 7 Ecuador............................ Quiito.............................. 1875 France.............................. Paris.............................. 187e, Germany.......................... Berlin.............................. 1875 Great Britain and IretandLondon............................ 1871 Greece............................. Athens..........................4 1870 India, British.........;...... Calcutta.........;................ 1871 Italy................................... Rom e.. 6....................... 1871 Japan....... 6......................... Yeddoe............................. 1874 Mexico............................. Mexico........................... 1871 Morocco.................s.-..... Morocco......................... Est. Netherlands.................. Amsterdam................... 1869 Norway............................ Christiania................... 1875 Paraguay......................... Asuncion........................ 1873 Persia............................... Teheran........................ Est. Peru................................. Lima............................. 1876 Portugal............................ -1jsbon........................... 18S75 Russian Empire............... St. Petersburg................. 1876 Roumania........................ Bucharest........................ Est. Servia.............................. Belgrade.......................... 1874 Siam.................................. Bangkok......................... Est. Spain............................... Madrid................... *........ 1870 Sweden............................. Stoc~kholm...................... 1876. Switzerland.................. Berne............................. 1870 Uruguay.......................... Montevideo...................... 1876 United States..........W a hn on..................... 1880 Venezuela........................ Caracas........................... 1873 Area InhiabiPopulation Squiare rants to Mý5iles. Sq. Mile 1715681 871000 1.96 35904435 226406 158.68 5330185 11373 469.20 1742352 473300 3.70 10108291 3275326 3.0$ 3602321 3483952 '1.03 2076971 130977 15.79 433500000 3921627 110.45 2951311 432400 6.82 6252000 212600 24.70 1980675 14553 131.32 866137 218984 3.49 36905788 201900 182.79 4272'1360 2t2091 2011.45 31628338 121230 268.08 1457891 19941 72.06 190663623 950919 200.60 26801184 112677 243.91 33623319 156604 214.71 9276079 761640 12.18 6000000 219000 27.39 3579529 12680 282.30 1806900 122280 14.78 221079 57308 3.85 6500000 648000 10.03 2699945 502760 6.31 4441037 36510 121.81.86952317 840176T 10.31 5376000 51033 105.134 1720270 19721 87.38 6300000 250000 26.20 16222814 1827E8 92.11 4429713 170980 25.90 2759854 15233 181.17 31669147 1812048 17.62 445000 70000 6.35 50152866 3603884 13.91 1784197 - 368!M5 4.92 I "( --.-................. --I HEADS OF THE PRINCIPAL NATIONS OF THE WORtLD IN 1889. 0oV=,NMENTS. Argentine Republic................... Austri.a-Hu~ngary..*'*.'.**......:....... Belgium............................. Bolivia............................... Brazil.......................................... -C h ili.............................. China................................... Colombia......:..................... Costa Rica............................ Denmark..................... Ecuador....... France.......................................... Germany....................................... Alsace-Lorraine.......................... Anhalt..................................... Baden......................................... Bavaria...................................... Bremen...................................... Brunswick................................. Hamburg................................. Hesse........................................... Lippe.......................................... Lubeck.................... ~.................... Mecklenburg-Schwerin.............. Mecklenburg-Strelitz.................. Oldenburg................................... Prussia............................ Reus.Greiz............... -Reuss-Schleiz............... Saxe-Altenburg I....................... Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.............. Saxe-Meiningen......................... Saxe-Weimar Eisenach............... Saxony................................. Schaumburg-Lippe..................... Schwarzburg-Rudol stadt............ S~chwarzburg-Sonderhausen.... Waldeck................................... Wurtemberg.............................. Great Britain and Ireland.............. Greece...................... Guatemala...................................... Haiti............................................. Hawaiian Islands........................... Honduras....................................... Italy............................................. Japan.............................................. Mexico............................ %.............. Morocco......................................... Netherlands.................................. Nicaragua....... 0................ I............... Paraguay....................................... Persia............................................ Peru.............................................. Portugal......................................... Rouman ia..:.'.............................. Russia..--..................... Salvador........ *.................... Santo Domingo......................... Servia........................................ Spain.....................................-.. Sweden and Norway.................. Switzerland.............................. Turkey........................................Egypt........................................ United Sae............... Uruguay................................... Ve~nezuela.........................RULERS. Juarez Celm an................................. Franz Joseph I.............................. Leopold II...................................... Gregoria Pachoco....... a.................... Pedro II. Alcaatara........................ Jose M. Balm aeedo........................ Kwong Shu..................................... R. Nunez,....................................... Bernardo Soto................................. Ohristia-n IX................................. J. M. P. Caa~mano...I........................ Marie Fr. Carnot........................... W illiam.......................................... F. M. Baron Tvianteutfl l................. Friedrich....................................... Friedrich I................................... Ludwig 11..........................................,........ o.............................. W ilhelm I...................................... L'udwig IV::................................... G. F. W aldem ar.............................. Friedrich W ilhelm........................ Peter........................... Frederick XIII............................... Heinrich XXIV............................... He irns ch.......................... ................ Ernst.............................................. E ornstII......................................... Karl Alexander.............................. Albert............................................. Adolf............................................. Georg............................................. Gilnther III.................................. Georg Victor.........,........................... KarlI.............................................. Victoria I....................................... Geor~gios I....................................... Manuel L. Barillas........................ Gen. Salom on................................. Kalakaua T........................... L ';:,):.'-............................... P 1-1i:1,:?V Z........................... Pt go i:' +,................................... 0",+.i'::';'............................ A JJ Z I:I" ''. I "I'I+I'I':J........................... LC i"................................... Ct:! '................................. A"-......................... i ~r ~.( ~ ~ ~. /':.''....................... [-.~ ~ A. ooo.................,...,TITLE. President............... Emperor................... King........................... President.................... Emperor..................... President..................... Emperor...................... President.................... President.-................... K~ing........................... President................... Pre sid ent............ Emperor..................... Oberprd sid't................. Duke............................ Grand Duke................. King........................... Burgomasters............... Duke....................... Burgomasters............. Grand Duke................ Prince......................... Burgomasters...... Grand Duke............... Grand Duke.................Grand Duke................ King........................... Prince.......................... Prince........................ Duke.......................... ~Duke........................... Duke............ Grand Duke............. King............................ Prince........................ Prince.......................... Prn e.................... Prince........................ King................. 9,neen &.o...... Riing........................... President.................... President.................... King.t.................... Presid~ent..................... K ing............................. Mikado....................... President..................... sultan......................... Kinpi............. President................... President................... Shah........................... President................. King........................... Prince.......................... Emperor..................... President.............. ..... Preincent...................... Kringe........................ King........................... President.................... Sultan.......................... Khedive:...................... President.................. President.................... YrEAi' 0F BIRTIC DATE 0rAccrhssm0..~......... June-- 1886 1830 Dec. 20 1848 1835 Dec. 10: 865..... Jime it 1884 85 April 7, 1831..... Sept. 18, 1886. 1871 Jan. 12,1875.......... April 1: 1880.........1886 ~ 81 Nov, 15, 1863...... Sept. 8, 1870. 1813 Jan. 30,.1887.......... --1888 ~ 131 may 22,,187/1. 1826:ApXril 24, 1852. 1845 Mvar. 10, 1SG4 1821 Dec. 81'1875.. 119 e8 t 6, 1860. 182T Fee. 27, 1853 1831 M~ar. 9, 1888 ~ ISM4 Nov. 8) 1859. 1832 July 10, 1867. 1826 Aug. 3,18,53 Isis1 Jan.- 2(,11841 IS126 Sept. 20, 1866 1818 ýJtly 8, 1853. 1828 Oct. 29, 1873 1817 Nov. 21, 1860 1838 Nov. 26, 1869 1830} July 17,' 1880.. 1831 MIa y 14, 1845 182.3 Tune 25, 1861 181.9 Tane 20, 183T 1845 Time 651063........... May 7, 1876........ Nov. 25,1879. 136 Feb. 12,1874........... May 29,187 1844: Jan. 9,1878 1852 Feb. 1.3, 186a Dec. l,11891.. 1"!1 Sept. 25,1878.. 181T Mar. 17,18a49 ~ Mbar. 1,)1887 April 12, 1878 182 aSpt. 10, 1848.......... Dec. 23,31886 ~ 138 Nov. 11, 1861 1839 May 10,1]881. 1846 _?4a r. 21,$1881.......... Ap -9 0.0 P18851...... Jul, y Is188. 18E5 July 2 1868 1857. 18ý0 ~ 1829 Se p t. 18,1i872...... Jan'.' 1, 1881. 184-2 Aug. 31, 187C,.......... Junea 25,7 1879........ iMar. 4, 18B9........... Mar. 17, 1886...........:Feb. 26, 1879 I......

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