Atlas of Lenawee County, Michigan : compiled and drawn from personal examination and actual surveys.
George B. Cadwell & Co.

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Page  [unnumbered] A TLA air I i LENAWEE'" COUNTY, MI C HI G A Na / LENAWEE COUNTY COURT HOUSE-ADRIAN. GONWIL[D fiND DRfIbTh FROM PUISONIIL EXflMINfIIION fIND fIGIUFIL SUIVYS PUBLISHED BY B.e CADWN'\F- `,L L GEF~ORGEIF & coo 1893.

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Page  [unnumbered] TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE MAP OF THE WORLD.. 6, 7 STATE MAP OF MICHIGAN,. * MAP OF THE UNITIED STATES...................O.Io 1 EXPLANATION OF GOVERNMENT SURVEYS MAP OF LENAWEE COUNTY *............................. '13 PAGE. * * * *. Between 12 and 13. * *....... '5 Adrian Townsh'ip * BlsfedTownship - Cambrfidge Township.Clinton Township. Dover Township.. Deerfield- Township. PAGE 0 9... 0... 62....0* 66, 67......... 76......... 72......... 77...... 66, 67 Fairfield Township................ Franklin Township................. Hudson Township................. Madison Township................. Macon Township.................. Medina Township................. PAGE 84 8i 85 63 88 89 Ogden Township.............. Palmyra Township............. Rome Township.............. Rollin Township.............. Ridgeway Township............. PAGE *.. 92.... 93... 100... 97... 101 PAG9 Raisin Township................ 96 Riga Township.........04 Seneca Township.................10 Tecumseh Township.............72 Woodstock Township............ o I I4Dx TO CITY11, TOWAI R 'o4D VI dRG At1PS Adrian City Index Map....... PAGE Addison...............................o( Dbisafield.................Between 64 and 65 Baritton................I14 Cadmus................... I2 Cau=Anaigua......................... 117 Clayton................8o 'Cliton*..........................73 Deerfield.............................69 Devil'sLAke.......................5 Fairfield................I Ieev........................ii6 Hudson................Between 86 and Holloway........................ Jasper........................... Lenawee junction................. Little Hope...................... Morenci. Between io6 and Medina.......................... Munson......................... Macon.................. Manitou'Beach................... 35 PAGE I 87 i i6 III I 13 i i8 I I07 117 112 1 13 I5 Adrian City Sectional Maps............... PAGE Newburg......................... i6 North Morenci...................... I '7 Ogden Center...................... Ogden Station.....................1 Onsted.............................ii8 Palmyra..................... 112 Ridgeway...................4 Raisin Center...................... 19q Riga IA........ Rome Center....................... I2 *.......... * 38-59 IRIollin.. Sand Creek Seneca. Springville. Tecumseh Tipton. Tiffin.. Valley Ville Weston.. Woodstock.XIS............... X~7,,,.Betwei6oau4 6...........u;.. .uS.~12 II1Dit W)x TO GE"ERID~GOY ~h~4O~4~, ~usI s GR. S GE~4SU STRISTCSETC., A I PAGE Adrian College.........................34 Gmenerl Directory of Landowners of Lenawee county.........................I121126 Business Directory of Adrian City, Tecumseh, 2Widso, Moreci, Clinton, Blissfield..i6,i Patrons Directory of Lenawee County i8-22 Nqames of Conifty Officers, 1852 to 1893..23 Supervisrs who have served County from Organization to 1892 icuie..... 2 Census Statistics........................17 Adrian City Business Card-s............. 24~-27 Addison Business Cards Blissfield Britton Clayton Clinton Deerfield Devil's Lake Fairfield Geneva Hudson Holloway 4 t i 4 i 4 PAGE 33 30........ 3' 31 3'........ 30 32 33........ 32 27 29 jasper Business Cards Lenawee Junction " Morenci C'9 Macon 'C6 Ogden Center i Ogden 'C Onsted ' Palmyra' it Ridgeway CC4 Riga it PAGE 33 29........ 32........ 29........ 29........ 29.......... 32 29........ 31 29 Rome Center $usiness Cards.. Rollin ' Sand Creek ' Seneca, with Moreci Springville CI ** Tecumseh ' Tipton C Weston Its Woodstock. Windom C VVV 33~,V*28, 29 V * 32... 32 4

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Page  [unnumbered] EXPLANATION OF THE GOVERNMENT SURVEYS. METES AND BOUNDS. At the time of the first settlement of the United States, and up to the nineteenth century, lands sold, claimed or entered were by metes and bounds,. e., some fixed point was taken for the initial or starting point, thence by courses (magnetic) and distance the line was run, takinginthe tract desired, until the starting point was reached. In numerous cases the lands so taken were very irregular, - and as the beginning points many times were not lastingly established the boundary lines of such tracts were uncertain, and conHicts of interest with litigation followed, and many wrongs and hardships resulted. To avoid this the Government instituted the following methods of surveying and sub-dividing the unoccupied land which then embraced nearly all the region west of Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia 4The law requires that the lines of the public surveys be governed by the true meridian, and that the townships shall be six milesasquare-two things involving in connection a mathematical Impossibility-for, strictly to conform to the meridian, necessarily throws the township out of square, by reason of the convergency of meridians; hence, adhering to the true meridian renders it necessary to depart from the strict requirements of law as respects the precise area of townships, and the subdivisional parts thereof, the townships assuming something of trapezoidal form, which inequality develops itself, more and more as such, the higher the latitude of the surveys. In view of these circumstances, the law provides that the sections of a mile square shall contain the quantity of 640 acres, as nearly as may be; and, moreover, provides that ' In all cases where the exterior lines of the township, thus to be subdivided into sections or half-sections, shall exceed, or shall not extend, six miles, the excess or deficiency shall be specially noted, and added to or deducted from the western or northern ranges of sections or half-sections in such township, according as the error may be in running the lines from east to west, or from south to north.' " " In order to throw the excess or deficiencies, as the case may be, on the north and on the west sides of a township, according to law, it is necessary to survey the section lines from south to north on a true meridian, leaving the result in the northern line of the township to be governed by the convexity of the earth and the convergency of meridians." " Standard Parallels (usually called correction lines), are established at stated intervals (24 or 30 miles) to provide for or counteract the error that otherwise would result from the convergency of meridians; and, because the public surveys have to be governed by the true meridian, such lines serve also to arrest error arising from inaccuracies in measurements. Such lines, when lying north of the principal base, themselves constitute a base to the surveys on the north of them; and when lying south of the principal base, they constitute the base for the surveys south of them." " The convergency or divergency above noticed is taken up on these Correction lines, from which the townships start again with their proper widths. On these therefore, there are found Double Corners, both for Townships and Sections, one set being the Closing Corners of the surveys ending there, and the other set being the Standard Corners for the surveys starting there." Running Section Lines.-" The interior or sectional lines of all townships, however situated in reference, to the BASE and MERIDIAN lines, are laid offand surveyed as shown " in the annexed diagram. "4 Commence at No. 1." 5(See small figures at southwest corner of section 36)." The corner established on the township boundary for sections 1, 2, 36, and 36; thence run north on a true meridian; at 40 chains setting the half-mile or quarter-section post, and at 80 chains (No. 2) establishing and marking the corner of sections 264 26, 35, and 36. Thence east, on random line, to No. 3, setting the temporary quarter-section post at 40 chains, noting the measurement to No. 3 and the measured distance of the random's intersection north or south of the true or established corner of sections 25, 36, 30, and 31, on the township boundary. Thence correct, west on the true line to No. 4, setting the quarter-section post on this line exactly at the equidistant point, now known, between the section corners indicated by the small figures Nos. 3 and 4. Proceed, in like manner, from No. 4 to No. 6, 5 to 6, 6 to 7, and so on to No. 16, the corners to sections 1, 2,11, and 12. Thence north, on a random line, to No. 17, setting a temporary quarter-section post at 40 chains, noting the length of the whole line, and the measured distance of the random's intersection east or west of the true corner of sections 1, 2, 36, and 36, established on the township boundary. Thence southwardly from the latter, on a true line, noting the course and distance to No. 18, the established corner to sections 1, 2, 11, and 12, taking care to establish the quartersection corner on the true line, at the distance of 40 chains from said section corner, so as to throw the excess or deficiency on the northern half-mile, according to law. Proceed in like manner through all the intervening tiers of sections to No. 73, the corner to sections 31, 32, 5, and 6; thence north, on a true meridian line to No. 74, establishing the quarter-section corner at 40 chains, and at 80 chains the corner to sections 29, 30,31, and 32; thence east, on a random line to No. 75, setting a temporary quarter-section post at 4X chains, noting the measurement to No. 75, and the distance of the random's intersection north or south of the established corner of sections 28, 29, 32, and 33; thence west from said corner, on the true line, setting the quarter-section post at the equidistant point, to No. 76, which is identical with 74; thence west, on a random line, to No. 77, setting a temporary quarter-section post at 40 chains, noting the measurement to No. 77, and the distance of the random's intersection with the western boundary, north or south of the established corner of section's 25, 36, 30, and 31; and from No. 77, correct, eastward, on the true line, giving its course, but establishing the quarter-section post, on this line, so as to retain the distance of 40 chains from the corner of sections 29, 30, 31, and 32; thereby throwing the excess or deficiency of measurement on the most western half-mile. Proceed north, in a similar manner, from No. 78 to 79, 79 to 80, 80 to 81, and so on to 963, the southeast corner of section 6, where having established the corner for sections 5, 6, 7, and 8, run thence, successively, on random line east to 95, north to 97, and west to 99; and by reverse courses correct on true lines back to said south-east corners, and noting the courses, distances, &c., as before described. In townships contiguous to standard parallels, the above method will be varied as follows: In every township sourn of the principal base-line, which closes on a standard parallel, the surveyor will begin at the southeast corner of the township, and measure west on the standard, establishing thereon the mile and, half-mile corners, and noting their distances from the pre-established corners. He then will proceed to subdivide, as directed under the above head. In the township wOave of the principal base-line, which close on the standard parallel, the section lines must be closed on the standard by true meridians, instead of by course lines, as directed under the above head for townships otherwise situated; and the connections of the closing corners with the pre-established standardcorners are to be ascertained and noted. Such procedure does away with any necessity for running the randoms. But in case he is unable to close the lines on account of the standard not having been run, from some inevitable necessity, as heretofore mentioned, he will plant a temporary stake. or mound, at the end of the sixth mile, thus leaving the lines and their connection to be finished, and the permanent corners to be planted, at such time as the standard shall be extended." EXPLANATION OF MERIDIAN AND BASE LINES. The public lands of the United States are generally laid out Into squares, the sides of which run north and south and east and west-see diagram below. This is effected by lines and parallels, established six miles apart Each square in the diagram below represents six miles each way, being six miles square. These squares, or townships, are run consecutively from * Meridian and a Base Line, which were first run with great accuracy, at right angles to each other, forming a cross-see diagram. The north and south line being the Meridian, the east and west line the Base Line. All lands east of the Meridian line are described as Range east; all lands west of the Meridian line are described as Range west. All lands north of the base line are described as Township north; all lands south of the base line are described us Township south. From the intersection of the meridian and base lines begins the survey, and, also the numbering of the various townships and ranges. Each six miles square is called a ' Congressional "* Township, and are numbered from one on up, thus, Township 1, 2, 3, Ac., Ac. south of the base line, and 1, 2, 3, Ac., Ac. north of the base line; and range 1, 2, 3, &c., Ac. east of the meridian, and range 1, 2, 3, Ac., Ac. west of the meridian-see diagram. Each township,,or six miles square, has, therefore, two numbers on its face, or in its description, a range number and a township number. Each of these townships is subdivided into 36 squares, called sections, and are, as nearly as may be, each one mile square-see large diagram. These sections contain 640 acres of land, except on the north and west sides of the township, which are always fractional, owing to the fact that it is impractical to make a township precisely six miles square. The surveying of a township always begins at the southwest corner of section 36, marked 1 on the large plat. By following the small numbers on the plat from 1 to 100 the progress of the survey may be readily traced. The State line between Kansas and Nebraska is the base line for all surveys in these two States; hence the entire State of Nebraska is township north, while the entire State of Kansas is township south. The meridian line for these two States is called the 6th Principal Meridian, and runs north from the Indian Territory, passing a little east of Wellington, Sumner Co., and a little west of Wichita, Sedgwick Co., and on north through the State of Nebraska to a point on the Missouri River about opposite Yankton, Dakota. It sometimes happens that a 40 acre tract is divided into four equal parts of ten acres each. In such case the description would read, for instance, the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter (S. W. x of S. W. 1 of N. E. 3)-see section No. 34. By azain dividing one of these ten acre tracts, either east and west or north and south, a five acre tract resultssee section No. 34. Such description would then read, for instance, the east-half, or the north-half (according as the tract is divided), of the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter-see section No. 34. However, divisions smaller than ten acres are very uncommon. The forty acre division is the smallest government subdivision that is authorized by the United States. METHODS OF SUBDIVIDING A SECTION. Each section in a township is divided into four equal parts called quarter sections-see section No. 8 on large diagram. The lines running north and south and east and west through the centre of the section are called one-half section lines, and at their intersection, in the centre of the section, by long established custom the section number is placed. Each quarter section contains 160 acres, except in the following sections on the north and west sides of the township, viz.: 1, 2, 3; 4, 5, 6, 7, 18, 19, 30, 31. The fractional lots, of either more than or less than 40 acres, are usually numbered from 1 to 4-see large diagram; they are sometimes numbered 1-2, see section No. 18 on diagram. Very frequently they are not numbered at all, and never when the lot is a full 40 acre tract When a section is divided into four equal parts it is described as the northeast quarter (N. E. i), northwest quarter (N. W. i) southeast quarter (S. E. 14), and southwest quarter (S. W. hi,) each containing 160 acres-see section No. 8 on diagram. The quarter section may be again divided into what is known as 80 acre tracts. This is done by running lines east and west or north and south through the centre of the quarter-see sections 26 and 29 on the diagram. In section 26 the lines run north and south, making east eighties and west eighties. In section 29 the lines run east and west, making north eighties and south eighties. When a section is so divided the descriptions will read northhalf of the northeast quarter (N. 1, of N. E. i), south-half of northeast quarter (S. 3 of N. E. 4)-see section No. 29 on diagram, northhalf of northwest quarter (N. % of N. W. 1), south-half of northwest quarter (S. X of N. W. 14), north-half of southeast quarter (N. M of S. E.0 and south-half of southeast quarter (S. M of S. E. ), north-half of southwest quarter (N. X of S. W. 4, southhalf of southwest quarter (S. M of S. W. A). The quarter section may be also divided into 40 acre tractssee section 11 on diagram. These divisions are called quarters of quarters or 40 acre tracts. These subdivisions are made by running a line both east and west and north and south through the quarter. When a section is so divided the descriptions will read northeast of the northeast quarter (N. E. x of N. E. lat northwest of the northeast quarter (N. W. ',^ of N. E. 1,), southwest quarter of the northeast quarter (S. W. i of N. E.!4, and southeast quarter of the northeast quarter (S. E. % of N. E. A). Northeast quarter of the northwest quarter (N. E. w of N.W.,). northwest quarter of northwest quarter (N.W.,4 of N. W. 1), southwest quarter of northwest quarter (S.W. % of N.W., and southeast quarter of the northwest quarter (S. E. S of N. W. y4). | Northeast quarter of the southeast quarter (N. E. 1 of S. E. l), northwest quarter of the southeast quarter (N. W. 14 of S. E. 1), southwest quarter of the southeast quarter (S. W. S of S. E. t), southeast quarter of the southeast quarter (S. E. '4 of S. E. A). By following out the same methods these 40 acre tracts may be again divided into 20 acre tracts-see section No. 33, northwest quarter. The 20 acre tracts in this example are described as the east-half of the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter (E-34 of S. W. 14. of N. W. A). West-half of the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter (W.4 of S.W. x of N.W. A). When the division is the other way the descriptions will read, for instance, northhalf of the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter (N.% of S. E. y/ of N. E. 1). South-half of the south-east quarter of the northeast quarter (S-h of S. E. 14 of N. E. 1/4). r*M zT3. S Ri H. VW ALL c RAE. J!3.S - - - & l t?.Rjg72N RAE.yjj/... w. 7.1N.I.5 7J.f.. T.IMH g.t T.I.M T./.M. T./. R..W R.3W R.2.W RL.W. A. t.2.e R.3.E. #.+.X -tw a~ r Jiwesss XAS m - 7:. s. T:i.& toS. T/.S. T.S. T/.s..T. s.8. R.*W Rt. R.L IWT Al.l. t2.e..tJ3E R.A - c i:zs 1 TZJ. RJ.W I Alt l Al w BR/.. RAE A..X PLUT OF A CONGRESSIONAL TOWNSHIP. I TABLE OF MERIDIANS OF THE RECTANGULAR SURVEYS OF THE UNITED STATES. Names and Nur of Meridiant 1 st Principal Mei 2d " 3d " 4th Ad 5th " 6th Michigan Tallahassee St. Stephen Huntsville Choctaw Washington St. Helena Louisiana New Mexico Great Salt Lake Boise Me. Diablo San Bernardino Humboldt Williamette Montana Gila & Salt Rivei Indian nbers Descriptions of Meridians. I. ridian, North between Ohio and Indiana-State Line,... North through the State of Indiana, from Ohio River to Michigan Line,.............. North through the State of Illinois, from Cairo, Ill. to Wisconsin Line,................. North from the mouth of the Illinois River to Lake Superior,..................... North from the mouth of the Arkansas River to Mississippi River,................. '4 North from the South Line of Kansas to the Missouri River, Yankton, Dak.............. North from the Indiana State Line to Sault d6 | St. Mary, Mich.,..............., North through the City of Tallahassee, Florida l to Georgia Line, --- —--------------- e North from Mobile Bay to Base Line, near center [ of Alabama,................ " ' North from Base Line in Alabama to Tennessee State Line,.....-..-..-.-.-.-......' North from Base Line, near South part of Mississippi to Indian Res................ North through Baton Rouge to Mississippi State Line,....................... North from line between Louisiana and Mississippi to Mississippi River,........... North from the Gulf of Mexico to Arkansas State Line,.................... '. North from Old Mexico to Colorado State Line,. 44 I North from Arizona through Salt Lake City to Idaho Linei.n e................ " North from Nevada to British America.... North from Pacific Ocean in California to Oregon State Line,...................... L, North from Lower California through 8. E. California to Nevada Line,-...-..-..-.-... 4, North from Pacific Ocean in California t, Oregon State Line...................... North from South Line of Oregon to British Possessions,......................... North fom Idaho through Motana,...... ru North from Base Line in Arizona,............. North from Red River through Indian Territory to Kansas Line,.................... Longitude, West from Principal Base Lines, North Latitude. Greenwich. 84~ 51' 86~ 26' 89~ 10' 3" 20~ 29 '56ft 90~ 58' 97~ 22' 84~ 19' 9" 84~ 18' 82~ 2' 41st Parallel, from Indiana to Pennsylvania. South part of the State of Indiana West to Mississippi River. Same base line extended from Indiana Base. North of Mt. Sterling, Ills., 38~ 58' 12". Mouth of St. Francis River, West to Indian Ter. State Line, between Kansas and Nebsaska, 40~. + 7 miles North of Detroit, Mich., 42~.! From Atlantic Ocean to Perdido River, through I Tallahassee. i State Line, between Alabama and Florida, 31~. 86~ 31' j North boundary of Alabama, 35~. 89~ 10 30" j 29 miles South of Jackson, Miss. 91~ 5'! State Line, between Missiseippi and Louisiana. 90~11' State Line, between Florida and Alabama, extended West, 31~. 92~ 20Y State Line, between Mississippi and Louisiana, extended West to Texas, 31~. 106~ 52' 9" P From Arizona to Texas, through New Mexico, | 34~ 19'. 111~0 I 47" P From Colorado to Nevada, through Salt Lake,,O I City, 40~ 46' 4". 116~ 20t; Through Boise City, Idaho,from Oregon toWyo-! ming, 43~ 26', 121~ 54' t North of Sacramento, passing through CaliI fornia and Nevada, 37~ 53^. 116~ 56' East from Pacific Ocean to intersection Nevada, Arizona and California, 34~ 6'. 124~ 11' South of Humboldt County, about 26 miles, 40~ 122~ 44' Through Portland, Ore., from Pacific Ocean to Idaho, 46~ 30.'. 111~ 38' South part of Montana, 45~ 46' 27". 112~ 16' 46" South part of Arizona, 32~ 22' 57". 97~ 15' 56" South part of Indian Territory, 34~ 31'.

Page  16 16 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ADRIAN CITY. ADRIAN TIMES AND EXPOSITOR. Mrs. T. S. Applegate, Pub. ADRIAN BLDG. & LOAN ASSO. J. C. Rowley, Sec'y. ACKLEY & CO. Wholesale and Retail Notions. ADRIAN CITY ELECTRIC BELT RY. CO. J. H. Blain, Pres.; W. W. Rhodes, Se'cy; M. E. Chittenden, Treas. ADRIAN GAS CO. Coal and Coke. ANDREWS, F. E. Physician. ANDREWS, E. P. ANGELL, HENRY A. Retired. ALLEN, G. N. Wall Paper and Decorations. AUSTIN & ROSE. Planing Mill, Sash, Doors and Blinds. ADRIAN FURNITURE MFG. CO. N. J. Cottington, Secretary and Treasurer. ADAMS, J. H. Manufacturer Straw Goods. AYERS, WM. F. Commercial Traveler. ARNOLD, CHAS. F. C. Arnold & Sons. ALDRICH, H. Dairyman. ADRIAN PUB. SCHOOL LIBRARY. Mrs. M. F. Jewell, Librarian. ADRIAN MICH. WATER WORKS. Abram Wing, Supt. ALDRICH, JAMES H. Foreman Cabinet Shop, L. S. & M. S. Ry. AYERS, GEO. W. Attorney and Real Estate. ADAMS, ROYSTON & CO. Straw Goods Manufacturers. ARNOLD, C., & SONS. Groceries. BLISS, A. L. Examiner of Titles. BENNETT, J. R. Pres. Lenawee Co. Savings Bank. BAKER, D. M. Lumber and Coal. BAKER & SHATTUCK. Wholesalers and Canners. BAKER, E. L. (Baker & Shattuck.) BALDWIN, E. C. Ex-Sheriff. BARNES, BURTON S. Retired. BLAIR, JAMES. County Surveyor. BETZ, JOHN F. Groceries and Provisions. BOSSINGER, J. F. Groceries and Meats. BURY, R. A. Lumber Agent L. S. & M. S. Ry. BARNUM, W. T. Photographer. BOYD, R. W. Meat Market. BECK & VOGT. Contractors and Builders. BREUNIG, A. Cigar Manufacturer. BRAY, F. 0. Div. Master Car Builder, L. S. & M. S. Ry. BLAIN, J. H. Pres. Adrian City Electric Belt Ry. Co. BUCHNER, WM. Boiler Works. BECKER, CONRAD. Cabinet Maker at Adrian Furniture Manufactory. BURNHAM, W. H. Cashier Freight Depot, Wabash R.R. BRADLEY, W. F. Freight and Passenger Agent, Wabash R.R. BETZ, G. A. Groceries and Provisions. BUSH, JOSEPH. Blacksmith. BENNETT, S. W. Retired. BENNETT, GEO. L. Attorney-at-law. BOWEN, HENRY, JR. Ice Dealer. BENNETT, ALANSON. Attorney-at-law. BAKER, V. A. Physician. BALL, G. N. Blacksmith. BECK, L. (Beck & Vogt.) BEDELL, A. B. & SON. Machinists and General Repairing. BEARDSLEY, A. S. Dairyman. BOGERT, P. T. Celery Grower-three miles N. W. Adrian. COMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK. S. Howell, Cashier. CHITTENDEN, M. E. CO. Wholesalers. COCKER, W. J. Pres. Coin. Savings Bank. CAREY, A. W. Dry Goods. CARPENTER, B. E. Foreman Truck Shop, L. S. & M. S. Ry. CURTIS, A. E. Principal High School. CRANE, CALVIN. Retired. CHURCH MFG. CO. Chas. A. Church, Secretary and Treasurer. CANTRICK, F. W. Ticket Agent L. S. & M. S. Ry. CALLAHAN, J. Manufacturer Cigars. CORNELIUS, J. D. H. Prof. Adrian College. CHALONER, CHAS. A. I Cigars, Fruit and News Dealer. CONKLIN, C. A. & SON. Funeral Directors. CAREY, JAS. J. Groceries. COMSTOCK, H. W. Retired. CHAPMAN, M. S. Contractor and Builder. CARLTON, J. B. Blacksmith. CATON, S. L. Dealer in Standard Bred Horses. CRANE, EDWIN. Druggist. CLAPP. 0. A. Stock Dealer. COOK, MRS. C. H. Retired. CROCKETT, DAVID. Retired. CLAUDA, PAUL. Foreman Wilcox Hdw. CAULKINS, J. Retired. CLARK, A. C. Groceries. CLAY, FRANK W. (Waldby & Clay.) CLAY, RIAL. (Waldby & Clay.) COOK, THE A. P. CO., LIMITED. ( Brooklyn, Mich.) Real Estate, etc. DE FOE, J. V. Dry Goods. DEAN, A. J. & SON. Coal Dealers. DAMON, L. R. Millinery. DOLBEAR, A. A. Retired. DAVIS, J. W. Florist and Fruit Grower. DONELLY, P. W. Millinery. DECKER, C. W. Carpenter and Contractor. DUNN, C. WESLEY. Retired. EDNA PIANO & ORGAN FACTORY. J. C. Frampton, Manager. EVERISS, M. & CO. Funeral Furnishings. ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. J. H. Fee, Secretary. I.iI i i EBERLINE, PHILIP A. Foreman Adrian Furniture Mfg. Co. EARLE BROS. Bakery and Grocery. EVERISS, J. E. (M. Everiss & Co.) EMERY HOUSE. J. H. Emery, Proprietor. EGAN, TIMOTHY. Wood Vard on Church St. FULLER, G. P. Foreman Freight Repair Shop, L. S. & M. S. Ry. FERGUSON, E. S. Deputy Sheriff. FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. Geo. R. Cochrane, Secretary. FROST, CLARENCE. Art Store. FLEMING, GEO. W. Deputy Internal Revenue Collector. FISCHER, E. & CO. Adrian City Brewery. FISHER, C. C. Wholesale Paper. FLUEGEL, C. Retired. FREYTAG, H. Provisions and Groceries. FINCH, J. W. & SON. Dentists. FOX, VALENTINE F. Confectionery. GILLILAND, ROB'T. (Gilliland Electric Co.) GILLILAND, JAMES. " GAYLORD, F. Wholesale Fruits. GEDDES, NORMAN. Attorney-at-Law. GOODSELL, T. J. Sash, Doors and Blinds. GIMBERT, THOMAS. L.ime, Plaster and Cement. GRAVES, B. F. Attorney-at-law. GILLILAND ELECTRIC CO. Manufacturers. GILKEY, J. R. Insurance and Real Estate. GAFNEY, M. Groceries. GRANDON, D. W. Pub. Messenger. GREENE, JULIA P. Physician. GLASER, H. Restaurant and Saloon. GIMBERT, JOHN. Mason and Contractor. GUNSOLUS, J. W. Feed Store. GEMPEL, J. C. Glazier. GEMPEL, W. C. Composition. GAGHAN, JOHN. Driver City Fire Department. GIBFORD, KENNEDY & ALDRICH. Hardware. GRAVES, S. E. Bookkeeper M. E. Chittenden Co. GIPPERT, WM. City Marshal. HARDY, C. D. Asst. Cashier Lenawee Co. Savings Bank. HOCH, GEO. M. (Hoch Bros.) HOCH, L. W. (Hoch Bros.) HARRISON, J. E. & SON. Granite Works. HART. H. V. C. Cashier Lenawee Co. Savings Bank. HOWELL, S. Vice Pres. and Cashier Commercial Savings Bank. HOUGH, F. J. Insurance and Real Estate. HUMPHREY, WM. Postmaster. HULL, H. D. Physician. HELME, J. W., JR. Attorney-at-Law. HOCK, FRED. & CO. Drugs and Groceries. HOCH BROS. Groceries and Provisions. HAMILTON, WM. H. & CO. Tea Store and Crockery. HUMPHREY, CHAS. Canning Works. HAND, W. H. Retired. HOWARD, W. H. Prof. Adrian College. HURLBUT JOHN. Carriage and Repair Shop. HAMILTON, S. M. & SON. Milk Dealers. HEINZMAN, P. Blacksmith. HAYNES, C. A. Blacksmith. HAYES, C. & SON. Boots and Shoes. HOLLISTER, J. S. (With J. E. Harrison & Son.) HAWLEY, MRS. CAROLINE. Retired. HINKLE, RICHARD. Retired. HIGBY & LLOYD LUMBER CO. Mfg. Lumber and Dealers. HOPKINS, B. Retired. HARRISON, W. H. (J. E. Harrison & Son.) HOWLAND, J. Retired. HARRISON, J. E. & SON. Adrian Steam Granite Works. HAND MILLING CO. A. F. Langdon, Pres. INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS. Mrs. Lucy M. Sickels, Supt. JEWETT, WM. E. Physician. JOHNSON & ANDREWS, Druggists. JONES, JOHN F. Veterinary Surgeon, JAMES WM. R. (With Wilcox Hardware Co.) JOHNSON, SQUIRE. Celery Grower, Palmyra Twp., No. 1251 Door St., Toledo, Ohio. KIRKPATRICK, C. Physician. KELLS & SON. Manufacturers of Brick and Tile Machines. KNAPP, FRED. H. Insurance and Real Estate. KIRBY, JOHN. Master Car Builder, L. S. & M. S. Ry. KAISER, A. J. Groceries. KAISER, R. A. Union Brewery. KENNEDY, F. E. (Gibford, Kennedy & Aldrich.) KIRK, J. WILL. Jeweler. KIMBALL, W. E. & SON. Furniture. KASTLER, GEO. Blacksmith. KNIGHT, 0. & SON. Central Flouring Mill. KNIGHT, M. E. Retired. KIRK, J. L. Carpenter and Contractor. KNAPP, J. I. (Adrian Brick & Tile Machine Co.) KENT, BURTON. Civil Engineer and Surveyor. KINNEY, J. D. & CO. Furniture and Crockery. KING, W. F. Jewelry. KIMBALL, JOHN F. Groceries. KNOWLES, L. L. Carpenter and Contractor. KERRIDGE, J. M. Pastor First M. E. Church. KUNEY, L. Farmer. KUNEY, SEYMOUR. Propr. of Colegrove Stock Farm, four miles west in Madison Twp. KENT, RICHARD. Retired. KRAPF, A. S. Plumber and Tinner. LENAWEE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK. H. V. C. Hart, Casher. LANE, V. H. Judge of First Judicial Circuit. LADD, L. Wholesaler and Canner. LARDS, CHAS. H. Physician. LAWRENCE, W. T. Retired. LARWELL, HARRY L. Official Stenographer First Judicial Court. LINDVALL, A. E. Merchant Tailor. LOGUE MISS MINA. Physician. LAKINS, R. W. Real Estate. LAMBIE & HUMPHREY. Wholesale Canners. LEHR, FRANK A. Groceries. LOVE, D. W. Superintendent Lenawee Co. Poor Farm. LEWIS, MRS. N. B. Restaurant and Farming. MICHIGAN MESSENGER. D. W. Grandon, Publisher. MORELAND BROS. & CRANE. Wholesalers. METCALF, F. R. Dry Goods. MORGAN, D. B. Attorney at Law. MILLER, ALF. A. Attorney and United States Pension Agent. MORAN, W. C. Ex. County Treasurer. MAWDSLEY, JOHN. City Clerk. MARBLE, E. E. Freight Agent Lake Shore Ry. MILLARD, L. B. Druggist. McCONNELL, W. C. Dry Goods. METCALF, DAVID. Retired. MULZER BROS. Boots and Shoes. MICHIGAN GRANITE CO. Granite Works. MASON, JOHN G. Retired. McELROY, G. B. Professor, Adrian College. MATTHES, C. F. Contractor and Builder. MICHAEL, JOS. Supervisor First Ward and Insurance Agent. MONTGOMERY, F. A. Manufacturer of Medicines. McCULLOCH, J. F. President Adrian College. MORDEN, M. R. Physician. MULZER, JOHN E. Mulzer Bros. McKENZIE, J. C. Brick and Tile. MARSH BROS. Proprietors of Red Mill. MOFFIT, E. R. Adrian Plating Works. MILLER, C. R. Lawyer and Capitalist. MARVIN, G. W. Proprietor of " The Fair." MULLIGAN & ROESCH. Clothing. McDOWELL, W. H. Farmer. MILLS, E. L. Secretary of Agricultural Society of Lenawee County. MABEY, A. T. Dentist. MICHIGAN BUGGY CO. Geo. C. Randall Manager, N. Main St. NUFER, GEO. A. Grocery. NICHOLS, FRED. W. See Adrian Cards. NEWCOMB, JOHN. Retired. O'NEIL, JOHN. Cabinet Maker at Adrian Furniniture Mfg'y. | PENNOCK, C. B. Notions and Fancy Goods. PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO. C. F. Clement, Treasurer. PIERSOL, J. K. Physician. PEAVEY, A. Groceries and Provisions. | PARK, A. B. Dry Goods. i PECKMANN & SCHROEDER. Merchant Tai lors. PETROLEUM LIGHT & HEAT CO. R. M. Bidelman, Superintendent. POWERS, J. J. Blacksmith. PUTNAM, J. J. Proprietor Putnam Hotel, Sand Lake. PRICE, ELLA C. Millinery. PRONNET, HENRY. Wall Paper and Decorations. PRATT, MRS. JANE. Retired. PARKER, MILES. Retired. THOMPSON, WM. B. (Denver, Col) TREAT, A. B. Druggist. TAYLOR BROS. Hardware. TOBEY, T. J. Retired. TURNER, C. W. With D. M. Baker. TERNES, REV. A. P. St. Joseph (German) Catholic Church. TODD, DANIEL. Physician. TYNAN, JOHN. Retired. THIEME, WILL. Piano Tuner and Organ Builder. THIEME, F. D. Designer and Carver. TAYER, W. R. Retired. TUNKS, CHAS. R. Toledo, Ohio with L. S. M. S. Ry. UNITED STATES & PACIFIC EXPRESS CO. 0. M. Gawne, Agent. VOGT, ANDREW. (Beck & Vogt.) VAN DOREN, C. C. Agricultural Implements. VERLINDEN, CHARLES. Cabinet Maker Adrian Furn:ture Mfg Co. WALDBY, H. B. (Waldby & Clay.) WALTERS, A. J. Commercial Traveller. WEEKLY PRESS. Willard Stearns, Proprietor. WALDBY & CLAY. Bankers. WHITNEY & WILCOX. Bankers. WILCOX, GEO. A. (Wilcox Hlardware Co.) WOOD, CRANE & WOOD. Clothing. WALDBY, W. H. Retired. WESLEY & SONS. Clothing. WATTS, BEAN & SMITH. Attorneys at Law. WEAVER, C. E. Attorney at Law. WESTERMAN & WESTERMAN. Attorneys at I.aw. WHITMORE, A. K. Claim Agent, L. S. & M. S. Ry. WAGNER & SHEPHERD. Druggists. WHALEY & HOAG. Boots and Shoes. WHITNEY, ABEL. Retired. WING, ABRAM. Supt. Adrian, Mich. Water Works. WALKER, GEO. W. Supt. Public Schools. WALLACE, REV. PETER. St. Marys Catholic Church. WOLLER, CHAS. T. Wood Machinist, Adrian Furniture Mfg. Co. WEISS, FRANK X. Restaurant and Saloon. WILLBEE, CHAS. Sexton, Oak Wood Cemetery. WINNE, J. C. Attorney at Law. WILBUR, C. E. Adrian College. WRIGHT, FRANK. Mason and Contractor. WIGGINS, W. H. County Treasurer. WRIGHT, DANIEL. Mason and Contractor. WASHBURN, N. B. Mason and Contractor. WRIGHT, H. A. Mason and Contractor. WASHBURN, M. E. Livery and Feed Stable. WATERMAN, IRA. County Clerk. WOOD & BIRD. Attorneys at Law. WHEELER, ADOLF. Boots and Shoes. WOLVERTON, J. K. Street Commissioner. WELLMER, JOHN G. Funeral Director. WILLBEE, FRANK E. Asst. at Oak Wood Cem. WILLBEE, CHAS. H. Asst. at Oak Wood Cem. WINNE, EDWIN. Commercial Traveller. WHITNEY, CHANNING. (Whitney & Wilcox). WILCOX, W. S. (Whitney & Wilcox.) WRIGHT BROS. Masons and Contractors. WILSON, E. G. Sheriff. YOUNG, FRANK. Produce Dealer. TECUXSEH. ANDERSON & CO. Dry Goods. ANDERSON, W. Retired. ARNOLD, W. J. Star Bakery. ANDERSON BROS. Groceries. AVERY & CO. Groceries. BREWER, H. & CO. Mfr. Brick and Tile Machinery. BURRIDGE, CHAS. Attorney at Law. BREWER, A. L. Firm of H. Brewer & Co. BIDWELL, CHAS. Retired Farmer. BARNES, LEMON. Physician. BILLS, C. D. Stock Farm. BOWEN, LEVI L. Celery Grower (4 miles west). BOYD & ROOT. Prop's. Raisin Flouring Mills. BRYAN, FRANK M. Dairying. CATLIN, SAMUEL. Physician. CHEVER, JACOB. Restaurant. CAIRNS, ROBERT. Retired. COMFORT, WM. S. Mfr. Brick and Tiles (2 miles South East). CATLIN & TEFT. Physicians. DOVE, WILLIAM. Celery Grower. ELLIOTT, JAMES. Blacksmith. j ELLIOTT, THOMAS. Blacksmith. J FROST, W. A. Physician | FIELD, C. F. Proprietor " The News." FOUNTAIN CELERY CO. See Card. | HEESEN, HENDRICK. Firm of H. Brewer & Co. ) HOWELL, GEORGE. Physician. HAYDEN, WILLIAM. Flouring Mill. HOLLISTER, E. J. Manager Tecumseh Celery Co.; HEESON, GEO. & SON. Clothing. HAYDEN, W. H. Bookkeeper at Globe Mills. HUNT, JAMES S. Retired. HIALEY, J. R. Mfr. Carriages, etc. HECK, JOHN A. Retired. I HECK, JAMES H. Retired. HECK, WILLIAM C. Flour Mill. HAZLETT, JOHN C. Merchant Tailor. JONES, 0. Q. Physician. JAMES, ALFRED. Insurance. JENKINS, J. F. Physician. JONES, J. M. Merchant Tailor. KINNEY, J. S. Furniture and Undertaker. KYLE, T. R. Blacksmith, see Card. KEYSER, H. H. Retired Farmer. LILLEY, LUCIUS. Banker. LAWRENCE, A. D. Post Master. LOWRY, JAMES. Grocer. LEE, H. S. Manager Raisin Valley Celery Co. LENAWEE CARRIAGE FACTORY. J. R. Hialey, Proprietor. McCOWEN, WM. Furniture and Undertaker. MILLS, A. W. Publisher. McCLURE CO., THE H. Groceries. MONTAGUE, JAMES. Notions. MARK, T. D. Truckman. McCLURE, SAMUEL. Of Temple, McClure & Co. MARSH, W. W. Meats and Provisions. NYLAND, HENRY. Boots and Shoes. ORR, JOHN J. Druggist. OSBORNE. WM. H. Retired. OSBORN, WM. J. See Card. PRAIRIE SIDE CELERY CO. See Card. PATTERSON, C. F. Hotel Lilley. PALMER, 0. M. & CO. Growers of Celery. RICHART, I. B. Carriage and Wagon Mfr. RUSSELL, E. L. Celery Grower. RUSSELL, JOS. Celery Grower. REYNOLDS, B. F. Grain and Stock Buyer. SUTTON, N. M. Prop. Sutton's Opera House. SHULL, J. D. Retired. STEWART, H. L. Celery Grower. SLAYTON, C. A. Agricultural Implements, etc. STRONG & McNAIR. Clothing. STACY, S. C. Publisher Tecumseh Herald. SMITH, HENRY. Paper Mill. STEVENS, H. W. Produce Dealer and Dep. Sher ff. STEINHOFF, B. F. Dentist. SNYDER, B. F. Dentist. THE H. McCLURE CO. Groceries. TRIBOU, LESTER P. Cashier Lilley, Bidwell & Co's. Bank. TEMPLE, JOHN S. Temple, McClure & Co. TIFFANY IRON WORKS. G. S. Tiffany, Pres. I TREMAIN, M. J. Secretary and Manager Tecumseh Creamery. TEMPLE & CO. Lumber and Coal. TEMPLE, McCLURE & CO. Wholesale and Retail Lumber Co. TECUMSEH CREAMERY CO. M. J. Tremain, Manager. WOODWARD, C. M. Physician. WIGHTMAN, J. W. Attorney at Law and Justice of Peace. WRIGHT, C. A. & CO. Druggists. WILLIAMSON, CHAS. E. Groceries, Produce and Cold Storage. ZIMMERMAN, M. A. & CO. Axe Handle Mfrs. IHUDSON. ABBOTT, A. 0. Abbott & Co. i ABBOTT & CO. Manufacturers. | AMES, CHARLES E. Retired. BOIES STATE SAVINGS BANK. John H. Boies, Cashier. BEARDSELL, GEO. R. Proprietor Devil's Lake Hotel. BEARDSELL & PLYMPTON. Groceries, Drugs and Paints. BROWN, F. H. (Brown & Stowell.) i BEACH, R. A. & CO. Boots and Shoes. | BROWN & STOWELL. Dry Goods. BOIES, A. H. j BURT, MATT. Dealer in Milk. I BOIES, J. H. Banker. BEAN, CHAMBERLIN MFG. CO. R. N. Johnson, Secretary. BEAN, ROSCOE. B. C. Mfg. Co. CHAMBERLIN, H. G. B. C. Mfg. Co. CHANDLER, BERT. (Fellows & Chandler.) COMSTOCK HOUSE. W. H. Emery, Prop. CARTER, A. E. Carriage and Wagon Works. DUNHAM & SON. Hardware and Implements. DAYLIGHT CLOTHING HOUSE. G. J. Perkins, Prop. DAY, WILLARD F. Retired. ELLSWORTH, A. S. & CO. Dry Goods. EATON, S. A. Banker. i EATON, DR. EDWIN. Physician. i FRENSDORF, L. & SON. Grain, Wool and Seeds. FELLOWS & CHANDLER. Attorneys at Law. FELLOWS, GRANT. (Fellows & Chandler.) GOWING, W. M. Freight Agt., L. S. & M. S Ry. HOWES, OREN. Dry Goods. HALL, HENRY C. Drugs, Groceries, etc. HOLMES, N. J. Merchant Tailor. HUDSON POST. (Scarritt & Steuerwald.) HUDSON GAZETTE. (W. T. B. Schermerhorn's Sons.) KELLOGG, HENRY. Harness Mfg. KLINKERT, WM. Granite and Marble Monuments. LANE, A. H. Prop. the New Hudson House. LANE, NATHANIEL. Foundry, etc. LOYSTER, H. E. (A. Loyster & Son.) I LOYSTER, A. & SON. Hudson Creamery., LAWRENCE, S. E. Groceries. MAXSON, M. M. Druggist. NICHOLS, D. D. Planing Mill and Contr-.tor. NACY, REV. A. H. B. Pastor of Church of the Sacred Heart. NIX, DR. E. M. Physician. OPDYKE, AMOS. Lumber, etc. PEIRSON, L. R. Attorney at Law. PIERCE, 0. R. Produce Dealer and Cold Storage. PATTERSON, D. H. Retired. PERKINS, G. J. Daylight Clothing House. PLYMTON, E. L. (Beardsell & Plymton.) RICE, DR. GEO. W. Physician. RICHARDS, F. S. Boots and Shoes. READ, R. D. & SON. Farmers, Hillsdale Go. SMITH, I. T. L. S. & M. S. R.R. Ticket Agt. STROUD, C. H. Granite and Marble Works. STEGER BROS. Meats and Provisions. SEEWALD, PHIL. Jeweler. SWANEY, IRA. Retired.. SCHERMERHORN, JAMES. Hudson Gazette. PURDY, HENRY. Cabinet Maker, Adrian Furniture Mfg. Co. PAYNE'S ADRIAN BOOK MFG. And Book Binding. PARKER, WARREN J. Register of Deeds. ROBBINS, R. B. Judge Probate. REEDER, D. M. Fresh and Salt Meats. ROGERS, L. M. & BRO. Grain and Wool DealersROBERTSON, A. F. Justice Peace. j ROWLEY, J. W. Groceries. I ROSS, LOUIS F. Engineer, L. S. M. S. Ry. I RUSS, H. H. Carpenter and Contractor. j REYNOLDS JAMES H. Physician and Pension I Agent. RANDALL, GEO. C. Manager Michigan Buggy Co., N. Main St. i ROGERSON, FRANK W. Pressman Times Office. STEBBINS, F. R. SONS. Furniture and Carpets. SALSBURY & O'MEALEY. Attorneys at Law. j SWORD, E. C. Brick and Tile. SEGER, FRED. R. Physician. j SEGER, A. W. Physician. STEPHENSON, A. M. Physician. j SMITH, A. W. Ex-Register of Deeds. I SHELDON, WM. M. Jeweler. i STEVENSON, A. & SON. Lumber and Coal. STANIFORD, W. A. (Wilcox Hardware Co.) I SWIFT, G. ROSCOE. Stationer. | SAUL, GEO. R. Telegraph Operator L. S. M. S. Ry. j SEARS, W. S. Feed Store. | SHATTUCK, H. C. (Baker & Shattuck.) STEVENSON, JAMES & SON. Commission Merchants. SCHOOLCRAFT & LAYARD. Restaurant and Wine House. SMITH, NATHAN & SON. Wholesale and Re tail Florists. SEGURJ. M. Dentist, Office 22 Selden Ave., Detroit, Mich. STEARNS, W. Weekly Press. SISSON, W. F. Manufacturer of Broom Handles. SPENCER, W. K. Pastor First Presbyterian Church. SCHNEIDER BROS. Boots and Shoes. SCHWARTZ & EMMER. Liquors and Cigars. SPEILMAN BROS. Adrian City Nursery. STEINMETZ, JACOB R. Tinner and Hardware. SIMMONS ABNER W. See Card. SIMS, MRS. F. Retired. STEWART, MRS. SARAH A. Retired. TOWNSEND, J. A. Deputy Sheriff.

Page  17 BUSINESS DIRECTORY-SUMMARY OF CEREAL PRODUCT/ON-POPULATION OF LENAWEE COUNTY. HIUDSON.-02tifnued. STOWELL, C. B. (Brown & Stowell.) SOUTHWORTH, E. J. Insurance. SCARRITT & STEUERWALD. Hudson Post. SWAIN, E. R. Dealer in General Produce. THOMPSON BROS. Bankers. WOOD, J. J. Wood's Book Store. MORENCI. ALLEN BROTHERS. Pub. Morenci Observer. ALLEN, A. E. (Allen Brothers.) ALLEN, V. (Allen Brothers.) BANK OF MORENCI. G. H. Gates. Cashier. BUTLER, E. B. & CO. Clothing, Boots and Shoes. BAILEY, N. H. Physician. BLANCHARD, C. L. Stock Raiser. BUTLER. E. B. tE. B. Butler & Co.) BLAIR. CHAS. A. Physician. BENJAMIN, F. E. Groceries and Gen. Merchandise. BARKER, ALBERT. Retired. BLANCHARD, MRS. MARY H. Retired. BUTLER, CHAS. M. Physician. CHAPPELL, J. N. Postmaster. CRABS, W. W. Dry Goods. CLARK, J. F. Mich. Brick and Tile Machine Co. CAMPBELL, JOHN H. Mich. Brick and Tile Machine Co. CLARK, EDWARD. Brick and Tile Mfg. CROOKTON, FRANK. Groceries and Provisions. COLE, H. S. Retired. CODDINGTON, P. Agricultural Implements. GATES, G. H. Banker. GATES, WM. R. Retired. GUST, G. W. Village Clerk. GREEN, H. E. Hardware. GREEN, N. T. Retired. GOODREMONT, D. L. Manufacturer. See Card. HUMPHREY, S. Clothing, Boots and Shoes. HOMES, ARETUS. Livery, Sale Stable. KELLOGG & BUCK. Propr. Morenci Roller Mills. KENNEDY, H. L. SR. Retired. MICH. BRICK AND TILE MACHINE CO. See Card. MACE, W. A. Retired. PEGG, H. D. (Pegg & Wilson.) PEGG & WILSON. Drugs and Groceries. PARTRIDGE, F. A. Tonsorial Artist. RORICK, E. B. Hardware. RORICK, W. R. Dealer in Live Stock. SPENCER, H. H. & CO. Drugs and Groceries. SCHOFIELD, S. A. & SON. Furniture and Undertakers. SIMPSON, ROBERT. Harness Manufacturer. WAKFIELD, C. C. & CO. Bankers. WILLIAMS, D. S. Lumber and Coal. CLINTON. BAINBRIDGE & HAUSE. See Card. BAINBRIDGE, D. M. (Bainbridge & Hause.) BROWN & KISHPAUGH. Hardware. BROWN, F. (Brown & Kishpaugh.) I BURTON, A. G. Mfg. Burton Land Rollers. CLARK, JOHN T. Creamery. CUTTING, C. D. Postmaster. CLINTON WOOLEN MFG. CO. W. S. Kimball, Secretary. CALHOUN, GEO. Farmer. FREESE, E. W. (E. W. freese & Son.) FREESE, E. W. & SON. Dry Goods. HUNTINGTON, A. C. Supt. Clinton Woolen Mfg. Co. HESS, W. W. See Card. KIMBALL, W. S. Sec'y. Clinton Woolen Mfg. Co. KEYSER, W. B. With Clinton Woolen Mfg. Co. KISHPAUGH, A. F. (Brown & Kishpaugh.) LANCASTER, F. D. Clothing. MARSTELLER, S. F. Clinton Steam Marble Works. RANDALL, B. 0. & CO. Drugs and Groceries. SMITH, E. R. Banker. SMITH, RICHMOND & CO. (L. W. Kimball, Cashier) Bankers. TUTTLE, JOHN L. Physician. VAN DE MARK & CO., A. B. Hardware. S VAN DE MARK, A. B. A. B. Van De Mark & Co. j WOODWARD, FRANK L. Foundry. WOODWARD, D. Fruit Grower. WHITE, J. E. Physician. WELLS, J. B. (A. B. Van De Mark & Co.) BLISSFIELD. AUSTIN, B. M. Agent U. S. Express Co. BROWN, F. H. & CO. Dry Goods. BARTHOLOMEW, A. C. Furniture and Undertaker. BROW, BRACE M. kF. H. Brown & Co.) BLIVEN, GEO. E. Real Estate. BUSH, A. S. Canning Works. (Adrian P. 0.) BEACH, R. M. Telegraph Operator and Ticket Agent, L. S. & M. S. Ry. BACK, C. W. Postmaster and Stationer. CARTER, R. C. (Jipson, Carter & Co) CARPENTER, GEO. R. F. H. Brown & Co. CLARK, W. A. & SON. Druggists. COLLINS, RANDALL & ROUSE. Planing Mill and Lumber. CARPENTER, J. L. Groceries (J. R. Carpenter). COLLINS & KARNER. Druggists. CANNON, FRED. Carriages and Wagons. COWEN, W. F. Pennsylvania House. DEPUE, D. Station Agt. L. S. & M. S. Ry. ECCLES, R. M. Physician. ELLSWORTH, A. P. L. S. & M. S. Ry. Baggage Master. FISHER, PETER. Justice of Peace. GILMORE & CO. Bankers. GILMORE, A. D. Banker. HATHAWAY, H. B. Planing Mill and Lumber. HARRINGTON, L. E. Supervisor and Deputy Sheriff. HALL, GEO. Retired. HOXIE, GEO. L. Mfgr. Hoxie's Picket Saw Mill. HOLT, OLIVER H. Wind Mills and Supplies. HERMAN, L. E. JIPSON, CARTER & CO. Bankers. JIPSON, W. C. (Jipson, Carter & Co.) LANE, GEORGE. Retired. LAMB, F. D. Groceries and Meats. LILLIE, B. F. (Lillie Bros.) LILLIE, T. B. (Lillie Bros.) LILLIE BROS. General Milk Dealers. MOHR, F. D. Blissfield Marble and Granite Works. MILLER, CHRISTOPHER. Retired Farmer. PHILLIPS HARDWARE CO., (LIMITED). Hardware, Groceries, etc. PRATT & CO. Grain Dealers. PLUNKETT, E. H. Restaurant and Wines. PETERS, H. Druggist and Jeweler. PRATT, N. L. Pratt &Co. ROTHFUSS, WM. & CO. Hardware and Groceries. ROGERS, WM. F. Hardware and Groceries. SCRIBER, W. E. Physician. STAFFORD, C. E. Physician. SAMSEN, F. W. Publisher Advance. SMEAD, GEO. A. Stock Dealer, etc. SMEAD, J. D. With (Phillips Hardware Co). SLACK, WM? Stock Dealer. VAN WAY JOHN. Section Foreman, Lenawee Div., L. S. & M. S. Ry. WILCOX, W. R. Agricultural Implements. I i I I I I i I I DEPARTMENT OF THER INTERIOR, CENSUS OFFICE, WASHINGTON, December 27, Z1 G. B. CADWELL &' Co.: Gentlemen:-The tabulation of the returns has not been completed sufficiently to make it possible to furnish a of the manufactures, but I inclose a copy of bulletins No. 97 and 210, which will supply what is available in relati population and agricultural products. Very respectfully, A. F. CHILDS, Acting Superintendent of Cen;?92. statement on to the sus. SUIV11LR^Y OF CE1^ERlL~ Pt^ODUCTIO^'. at I ------ COUNTIES. i I Lenawee...I q I BARLEY. --- - - - - -* — -- -- - 11-____ Acres 1 Bushels. '] 641 19,734;| WHEAT. Acres. Bushels. 47,986 719,668 POPULlRTIO^4 OF LtE 4RWEE GOO4TY. BY TOWNSHIPS, CITIES AND VILLAGES. CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES. i8go. i88o. LRNAWEE COUNTY.............................. CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES.-Continued. Hudson township, including Hudson village and part of Clayton village (a). I~o i88o. Adrian city........ Ward i........ Ward 2........ Ward 3.......... Ward 4........ 2,053 2,977 1,712 2,014 48,448 48,343 8,756 7,849 i I i I I i i I i1 i Adrian township.................. Blissfield township, including Blissfield village.. Blissfield village................ Cambridge township................ Clinton township, including Clinton village..... Clinton village................ Deerfield township, including Deerfield village... Deerfield village................ Dover township, including part of Clayton village. Clayton village (part of)............ Fairfield township................. Franklin township.................. Hudson village..................... i,86o.... 2,137.... 1,132.... 1,104.... 1,490.... 96o.... 1,5_48.... 421.... 1,361.... 197.... 2,263.... 1,405 I,462 2,354 I1222 1,075 I,577 927 I 580 I,i 465 192 2,230 1,532, Macon township................... Madison township................... t Medina township................... Ogden township.................... Palmyra township................... Raisin township.................... I Ridgeway township.................., Riga township..................... | Rollin township, including part of Addison village.. Addison village (part of).............. | Total for Addison village, in Rollin and Woodstock ti I Rome township................... I Seneca township, including Morenci village....... Morenci village.................. j Tecumseh township, including Tecumseh village... Tecumseh village................. Woodstock township, including part of Addison village j; Addison village (part of)........................................... "Owliships.................................................. I.... 0 I.. I.. I.. I.. 3,479 2,178 I,195 i,4o6 I,687 2,136 1,765 1,444 1,399 2,301 1,559 142 425 1,256 2,679 i,248 2,784 2,310 1,434 283 3,782 2,254 1,423 i,3I3 1,907 2,038 1,959 1,564 1,167 2,320 1,425 * * * a 291 1,369 2,693 1,209 2,702 2,111 1,557 291 I1

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Page  20 20 NAMES OF PATRONS OF LENAWEE COUNTY ATLAS. I I R$K L I~ TO1 'SII.-GContinEued. DOViE1TO1SIP -~Contitnued. NAME. Pentecost, Win.. Pentecost, JohnS. Pawson, Mrs. Chas. A... Pawson, Frank L........... ReynoI4B B. F............. Remington, Ozro P......... Simmons, Abner W......... 8mith, Joseph*............ Smith, Willis F................. Smith, John F............ Semark, Geo........... Sutton, IN. M.................... Updike, Alanson H..... Van Doren, Chester' C....... Van Valkenburg, A-t....Wilson, Sam'I................... Whelazi4 Alvinza............... Whelan, Martin...... Wheln Otis.................. Whelan, Erwin J............... Wilson, MichaelI............... Witherell, Win. C.......... Woodwaxd, Joseph E...... Wells, Chas. 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Tipton SodJmsH.......... i 14 0................ 4005 0 I wrs a H.....I1 80.. 1....,0200 142 20.Pitt t II Schaeffer, Warren G. (N. R.).. 2, 111 167' 71 2,500 60 102 422.Tiptn f Stockwell, Martin P............ 10, 15, 18, 22; 347 i 141 10,000...... 25000 247 1001 it it Stockwell, Jos. B................... 21, 22; 80i 2~ 10' ow:........ 4,500 56 20~.Teeit Shaw, Brackley................... 3, 10,1 lii14 7 600....12,000 120 25 Peah Ochad liino. 1Seger, F. R. (N. R.)........12! '80: 2, 60~ 4,800 75 51 Stock Farm, see Adrian Tipton. Tolford, Frank W......... 24' 80!4 1,000 60 4,800 70 10 General Farming................1" Townsend, Milton H........ 7, 17j, 22: 2; 500'..... 7,601205........ ~Townsend, Mrs. L.R........7i 30. 81 2?500..... 4002 TodidJon25, 361 270 4,500i 60 16,200 210 6 (4 4 Clinton. Tobias Chas. M.................... 10. 11i 130 9 4~,000` 75 9,750 115 151 '4 4 n atr..Tcme. 1Vanostrand, Aaron................. 10, 15 48 3; 5001) 55 2,640~ 42 6i I IIi Vore6,WH 21 111 4, 60 12,6601 175 351 44 4............ Clinton. Vooh6s,211..................Adrian. Wilkinson, Win. A.....73.4.2,500.. M45 G. F. and Celery G:r'ow ing... Tecumseh. Warren I. Newton................. 32 3 6 8 P 300 j 0 800i~ General Farming............... Tipton. Warren, Darius H................ 31, 331 140! 61 6,000,........ 9,500 5 It It it Wilcox, Austin S., Est....... 4......... 0 )0133 7 _______1..4.....4...,...33.............. General Farming; 3y, Acres Madison Township, See. 31, Value, $1,200; also Y2 interest in Sand ( G. F., Bdr. Fine Wool..S'he'ep".'.. Tecumseh. -- -— _ _______ _____ G. F., Bdr. Fine Wool Sheep, reg General Farming............... Clinton.: is q TO'4 It It it441 I T I,'I 0 STYLE OF FARMING.....General Farming...............'Cadmus. ' 2 G. F.; & Dairying. See Madison Adrian. 8 G. F.; Bdr. Fine Wool Sheep... ~Cadmus. 1 General Farming...............1 ' 4 4. 4' 1 " "Adrian. 2 Gen. Farming and Dairying... Sand Creek. I lGeneral Farming......Catn i! 2 94 is 4.....................................Cadmus. i 1 G. F.; Bdr. Fine Wool Sheep... t2 Generul Farming.......... i 6~ St ' Clayton. 2 '' ' Sand Creek. 4' 4 4 Clayton. i 3fG. F.; Bdr. Poland China Hogs. "....'General Farming...............Adrian. Creek Cheese Factory, Value, $50 N4IP.! P. ADDRESS. * Breeder Short Horn Cattle and Chester White Hogs. t 5 Acres Celery, 3 miles west Tecumseh. I See Raisin Township. ~Oih$TO~t~IP. I Allen, John B................... Alexander D F.a.k.D........ BeadslGe.. R............. Beal, J. Lorenzo................ Bonney, Levi, Fat............... Belcher, Stephen J............. Cole, AmosR..................... Elliott, Wm *................... Green, Orson................ Griffin, Berkile &o...... Gowing, W (.N. R)......... Green, W. K.................... Huff, John...................... Hathaway, L. N. & W. P t. Hawkins, John Henry....... Biks Roswe].1 H.............. Hicks, Barnard................. Howd, Mrs. Betsey E........... King, Wmn. W.................. Kepo, A. J.................. Kesler....Gee..J............. Hb.. H................... Lapham, Ed. S................. Lombard, S. C-1.................. Miller& Alis(. Pibbles, Geo.......... Raymond, Selah Hi.............. Stowell C. B.................... Strong, Newton G. i........... Sloan, L. L..................... Smith, Gee. A............~..... Temple, Chas. S................. Town, W. B............ 7-"" Underwod Marvin........ 'Witaker,.H................ 10, 11, 141 158 321 109 3, 9, 10 300 9 29 24 60 33 115 8,17 255 32 51 10 232 36 40 23 60 21 135 36, 35 250 5 212 20, 29 172 12 80 12 32 33 40 16 76 6 20 3,540 20 106 5 57 4 150 34 180 12,28 145 8, 9, 16 248 18 75 31 100 8 100 4, 6 45 32 80 14, 11, 21, 22 132 29 60 26 160 101 7,000 $7,5 41 2,5500 6,5 20~ 10,000...... 41 1,200..................... 60 4~ 1,000 65i 81 4,000 501 5 2,500 601 10 5,000 751.......... 201 1 200 30 2 3,000 60 8 2,300 60 6 10,000 70 4~ 3;000 50 0 i i i! 11I J 1 i ii 11 i Y i i 11 5, 4~ 71 4 7 3 3 18 4 6 4 8 3 5 210002 1,200 1,200 2,500 6,000 700 3,000 2,500 2,5000 3,000; 40 40 50 60 '100 751 70 60 70 65.. i 60, 65 20 65 60 50 40 11,850 7,08,5 25,000 3,000 3,600 7,475 12,750 8,060 17,437 800 1,800 8,130 151000 14,840 8,62,5 3,200 1,300 2,000 4,560 2,000 3,000 7,420 3,420 10,500 7,000 7,150 14,880 3,500 6,000 6,500 900 5,200 7,920 3,000 6,400 133 97 23.i 50 80 205i 47' 172 20 52 90 166 202 100 40, 16 37' 64 15 34 76' 57 150 130 100 191, 60 100 85 100 40 100 25 12...6 10 35 50 4 60 20 8 10 70 40 16 3 12 5 6 30 45 57 15 32 12 60i 5 General Farming............... 1Geneva. 3 '4 '4!Rollin. 2 Summer Resort, Devil's Lake...!P. 0. ManitouBi., 6.50 Fruit Fmf.; specialty Frt. Gwg. Manitoui Beach.i....General arming............... Adrian. 1 " "Rollin. 6 " "Addison. 2.................................. Rollin. 12 General Farming............... Geneva.....Pasture.......................... Clayton. 3 G. F.; Fght. Agt. L. S. & M. S. Ry Hudson. 7 General Farming.............. Rollin. 5 Gen. Farming. See Rome Tp. Clayton. 8................................. Addison. 5 G. F.; Bdr. Holstien Cattle....Quaker. 2 General Farming............... Rome. '4 '4 Geneva. 2.ii 4' '4 Rollin. 7 i4 i4t' '4.. cc Addison. 1 Stock Farming................. Clayton. 6 " " Quaker. 3 ' it' Addison. 3.................................. Addison..General Farming............... Adrian. 8It Rollin. 6 cc" Msnitou Beach. 4 ' It' Hudson. 5...................................Hudson. 4 General Farming............... Addison. '4.. '4 i Addison. 5 4' 4 Rollin. 5 ' cc4 Geneva. Ij G. F.; Bdr. Shropshire Sheep... Rollin. 2 General Farming............... Windom. Anthony, D. P.............. Ash, James W.................. Brown, J........................I Boyd & Root *................... Brown, Elias.................... Bowermian, C. E................,Boyd, R. M..................... Boyd, A. H..................... Bowerman, P. H................ Bidwell, Chas.............. Clapp, 0. A..................... Cook, Z......................... Cliatfield, Willis................. Chase, David t................. Colvin, J. B t................... Church, 0. H................... Cadmus, John................... Comfort, Albert A.............. Comfort, Elwood................ Comfort, Win. S................ Comfort, Moses................. Comfort, Chas. M............... Dove, Wm....................... Gallaway, Stephen.............. Gallaway, Abner................ Holloway, Gee. R ~............. Holdridge H H.................. Harris,T ho mas J.............. Judson, L. V.................... Kayner, Charles j.......... Kishpaugh, Gee............... Kelley, A. H................... Lane, James..................... Lewis, N. B..................... Mead, Thos. G..:................ IMcLain, Fulton................. Macham, A. D.................. Mark, T. D...................... Russell, Joseph................. Richard, Alex................... Russell, E. L.................. Rainey, John~................ Raymond, Wm................. Shull, John D................... Stanley, F. A................... Satterthwait, S. M., Est...... Sudborough, Chas. H........... Simonds, J. N.**........... Spencer, Nathan................. Sutton, N. M....................I Smeltzer, Michael.............. Steere, Isaac..................... Taylor, A. C..................... Taylor, Joshua.................. Williams, Franklin............. West, Almond B................I Wilson, E. G................... Wilson, Michael................ 15,14 120 5 300,$8.5 $10,200J110.... General.Tecuseh 27,34 175 8 $3,000I 00 80; 14,000 140 351 3 ' ".............IHollowa. I010 4 3'000 70:~ 11,200 100 160 10o '4............ Tecmehn 3, 34. I........I................. '.........4 14104 I 2,000' 75' 7,800104.....i 2 32 94 1 8 4,000~ 801 7,520 90 4, 4 " ".... drian. 10 217 I6 1,500 SOI 10,350 160 1, 201 1 "............. Tecumseh. 10,15 240 5 5,000 60 14,400 130 1! 0011 1........... 29 50' 3 2,.500 80 4,000 301.... i ".......... Adrian. 16 160 1 6 2,500 70 11,200 160 1.... 3...."...........Tecumseh. 31 18.5 2 2,1500 75 13?9501135 30' 2.............. Adrian. 7, 17, 18 224 ' 5 3,500 701 15 680 20 I......... 26 100 4~ 3,000 751 7205... I................Holwy 32 55 51 1)5001...... 4,000 35 20 21 '...Adrian. 6,9 175 5; 7,0001 100 17,500 165 4 I "... Tecumseh. 30 15............... 0.........I..........Adrian. 400 I 4 It 11 164 3' 00 80 13,1201.56 i....Teush I '6' "..... T 9 eep seh 380 7~ 2,5001 70 5,600 68 12 2 G. F., Breedr. ShropshireShe " 213 65 3' 3)000i.. S5080 5 6 1 General Farmig..... 2 6 5! 2,0001..... 5000O...............Brick and Tile Mfg.......... 17 115 6 2,500 7 8;625 111 4 1 General Farming............... 4' 1 62 3 1,0001I...... 3,000 60 2 1...........Idin 7, 18 44 4 1)400 100i 4,425 44....1 Celery Grower.................. Tecumseh. 83 80 5 2~500 701 5,600 68 12 2 General Far., P. M., 23 years...Raisin Center. 33, 34 104 7 Z2500 70; 7,31.5 104...3 G. F., IBdr. Poland China Hogsl " ' 23, 24 265 9 9,0001 75i 19,875 200... 2 General Farming...............l~olloway 11, 2180 6 4,500 651 1,700 25e30 2 " ' 1114 80 4500 65 1170'124'.2.........T..e. 7 80................. 40, 3,200 50 30;............. Adrian. 27 60 3 3,000 801 4,8001 55....4...44.........'.. 29, 30' 70 5 Z~500' 701 4,900~ 50 20 2 " "............. 34 106 3 2,500 70t 7,420 106 2....."..............Risn 23 160 6 3,000 60' 9,600 135 I i 4 "............Hollowa '25 145 iii 4,000)9 75~ 10,875 110 35 1 t...........I. 9 20, 29 196 1 1 3,000 75j 14,700 180 15 8 1..............Adrian. 16,21 150 6 10,000.... 15,000 150....4 it............. T 2,8,10 320 7 4,000 71 22,400 280 40 3 6.......... 23, 26 231 8 4,000 701 16,170 206 25 2 "c............. Holl 9 120 4 4,000 1001 12,000120...............T... 6 30 2 300 501 1,500 39 2..".."2Celery Gr'ing 14 80 2i 1,500 85 6,800 80....2........... 4, 5 120 6 2,500 85 10,200 120....3 Stock and Grain, Celery Far..... 34, 35 200 6 2,800 75 15,000 160 401 2 General Farming...............H 2 60 4 1,500 60' 3,600 60....1 2...."......" 2 225 2 1,500 50 12,750 175....3........... 19,30 200 3 2,0001 50 10,000 140.... 5....'...... IA... 5,8 140 4 300 701 9180 1...1..........I 31 75 2 2,000 75i 9,000 75..... 'l Dlr. in Stock.A 22 200 41 41,000~ 50 10,000 130 30 2'.......... 27 99 4 2000 80 7,920 94 52..........H.... S 20................. 60! 1,200. PIue............Patr...................T1 2,3 16 9 40 8017 9 '.I 3 'General Farming.............. 7,18 110 5 3,000 8 800 98 12i 4 i........... 9 10 152 1 1 000 60 9,120,145....2 '!Dairying......................... T 9,10 210 5 4,000 60 12,600 145....'.....i.............. 31 33 3 2,500......... 4,0001 33. 6 '0. P., Blacksmithing &Wagon ShopA 28 7j 2 2,000......... 2,500' 7j:...... jGard., Contractor and Builder.. 28,29, 32170 8 4,000 50~ 8,500 125 1 General Farming...............A 635 0035.........~ *Generai Fanming; three lots Manitou valued at $2,000; one house and lot in Hudson, valued at $2,000. General Farming; Breeder of Short ffom~ Cattle and Merino Sheep. T General Farming and Stock; Breeder American Merino Sheep and Short Horn Cattle. Stock Farm; Breeder Thoroughbred Cattle and Registered. DOVEI TOW ISJ4IP Allen, T. B..................... Allen, Cyrus.................... Abbott, Geo. E.*................ Abbott, Miss Della............ Baker, Edwin A................ Johnf.e.d..John............ B felEmiline.............. Baker, Levi W................. Baker, A. M.................... Bryant~ Wallace4t.............. Brazee, Cha A.A................ I Beal, Edward ~................. Bird John M................... Ben;eld Joseph.................arenter, Andrew J.......... Dehne.Levi.J............... DaiMa La L.............. Furman, Du...nb...y... Farmer, MiheL.............. Farmer, Mathew W............. Fenicale Josiah................. Fluke, W. C. (IN. R.)............ Gambee, J'Aob C................ Griffin, Blake W. J............. Griffrin, Berkley................. Hawkins, James H............. Judson, J. M....... Kuney, James................... Kuney, Perr................... Tomas (1........... Knowlan, Clark~I.............. Lamb, J. Mfills.................. Lord, Hiram B................. Lord, Jerome D................ Middleton,Ch...... Middleton, Wm................. Manad HrdnW. **..... Palmr, tilwll............ Potts, Frank and James R.... Potts, Mrs. Alice L............. PgMrs. Amnanda C........... Pekis A...C................. Potts..Frank............. Reed Jacob..................... Sladden, Henry................. Seger, A. W.................... Shepherd, Win. F.............. Shepherd, James H............. Sword, Horatio N.............. 24, 25 126 6~ $3,000 $.... 8,000 1061 20 2 Dairying and Gen. Farming....Sand Creek. 24,25 44' 31 800...... 3)000' 42 2 2 "i " It" 261 80 7 6,000....... 10,000 68 12 5................................ Cadmus. 236 8 0, 6 4,800 80....,........................................ 18, 7 113 5 3,5001 901 10,170 103! 10' 4 General Farming............... Clayton. 30, 31 15-8 8 3,000i 65 10,270 1331 2.5 2 "4 94 i 30.............................. i........... 7, 8 120 6' 21 '0 70 2 " 9 Clayton. 18 154 8 4,0001. '..... 000 2 5 34 180 4 1,000 sol 9 000 145 351 3-..............Fruit Ridge. 34 80 5 2,000 60~ 4,800 70 10~ 4 General Farming............... Seneca. 25 21 9 4,000......... 6,000 22.............................................ISand Creek. 19 80 3' 2)500 65 5,200 50 30 2 General Farming............... Clayton. 31 80 4 3,000..... 5,000 62 18 3 "t is Canandaigua. 21, 28 100.5 2,500.65 5~20 75 5 2 4 cc Clayton. 32 120 9l 4,000 7011 8:400 105 15 2 Gen. Farnming and Daryn.... I 30 80 71 2,500 60 4,800 73 7 SG FIt oadChn os 25 215 10~ 3,500 80~ 17,202 185 30 5 GenralFarin............Sand Creek. 13; 24 160 6; 2,500 70 11 200 135 25 5Adrian. 13 801 3 1,500 I0 42800' 70 10 3 I' 4 4 21 80 7 3,000 801 6,400 6,5 15 1 Gen. Farming and Dairying....Cadmus. 21 80i I 2,0...... 4,800 70 10 1 General Farming...............Clayton. 16,21 100 7 3,500 70 7,000 90 10 4 "c i 5,8 110 9 5,000 80 8,800 95 15 4..................................'4 8 80 7' 1,000 60 4,800 65 15 3 General Farming................'4t 32, 31 90 7 4,000 70 6,300 80 101 2 It " Medina. 16 84 1, 300 40 8,360 84.......... Stock Farm..................... Clayton. 1, 13, 2 170 61 2200 65 11,375 152 18 3. General Farming...............Adrian. 19 78 4 3,000......... 6,000 72 6; 21 Clayton. 3, 11 240 8 5)500 75 18,000 220 20; 4;.................................. Cadmus. 5,3 1621 6 3,500 60 15,120 242 20'~ 1...................................' 71461 71 4,000. I14,000 134 12~ 4lGeneral Farming................ Clayton3310 41 2,000 50 7,500 150..... 2'Gen. Farming and Dairying....Seneca. 33, 10, 3! 500..... 1 1,000 10.;.......Gardening: 44............ 27, 34 351 240 12 3,000 50' 12,000 160 80 4 Gen. Farming and Dairin....Cadm. 34 80 4i 1,200 50' 4,000 68 12' 2eneral Farming............... Seneca. 5 92~ 7 6,000~ 90 8:370 74 18 2................................ Clayton. 3 0 8; 31,500........ 5,000 72 8, 3,Gen. Farmin and Dairying....Medinua. 10131~ 3 2,500;......... 8,515 119 ]2j 31G. F.; Bdr. Sfort Horn Cattle... Cadmus. 23 81,............ 4,00 0 3 2iGeneral Farming.............. 2]1 801' 31 3400...... 6,500 71 5... " Clayton..'. I.11 6.... 52001 74, 6~ 2; G. F.; Bdr. Fine Wool Sheep...' I i.........................Cdus 13, 14f 176i 7, 5,0001 5 13,20,01 146~ 30 3 General Farming............... 181 1151 1' 5001 501 5,900'.... 4'!latn 16,1311001 41 2,0' 701 7,175; 92' 10' 3'" " Adrian. 36,lst T 2,,000' 70 75; 80 20 4 Dairying and Gen. Farming....Cadmus. 16, 2 6i~ 100 21 00!......,000' 55 5 I 3General Farmiflig.............. 15 2 00 2i 3,000, 80 8,000 92 8! 2J(Dairying and Gen. Farming.-.. * Raidsin and Tecumseh SO acres; Raisin Flouring Mill, vatue of Plant $12,000. tSpecialty Breeder Hambletonian Stock; Owner of "Gen I Specalty Breeder Shropshire and Merino Sheep. j Breeder Black Top Delano and Merino Sheep, also Poland ChinaI I Four years Highway Commissioner. I Also three lots in City of Adrian, value $90. ** Was in Mexican War and served as body guard t Iv crVTW 4J4P I Burleson, Chas.*................. Boyd, John..................... Camburn, Hebron............... Clarkson, James................. Clarkson, John J................ Collins, Gee. A4t................ Collins~ Chas E.................. Coller, Lester B................. Camburn, James B.......... Camburn, Mrs. Martha....... Easlick, Alext................... Gilmore, Jas. F................. Gray, Gee. B.................... Gooding, Chester............... Gooding, Gee. M................ Hendershot, G. W.............. Howell., Gee., MD.D............. Howell, Edwin............. Hendershot, Isaiah.............. Harmon, Jas.................... Harmon, Ebenezer.............. IHatch, Samuel...................,Hendershot, Dr. E. E........... Karcher, Michael.............. Kuder, Geo.~................. Morgan, W. H................... IMills, Granville................. M Mins, Isaac C................... IOsborn% Win. H............... 'Osborne, Jos. W................. Osborne, Irving S........... Osgood, Lester.................. Pennington, Humbolt........... Sage,.......j................ Soues, John..................... Wiggins, Daniel................ 20, 28 4,L5 19, 29,30 19 3 2 7, 17 41 10', 21,28 13' 10 10 7 5)4 5,8 3,111 11 1, 121~ 7,8; 21, 22! 4' 4,9i 3,1, 10, 20 21 ~ 28 -5' 18i 28,33': 195 7 1 5,o 1 6 215 81 8,0001 70 240 12' 6,000 70 228 1f 7,500 80 227 9 6,000 75 80 8 2,500 60 198 10 5,000 60 200 6 6,000 80 60 3' 2,000 100 160 4~ 3,000 70 120 12 6~000..... 185 11 4,000.6 2401 7 2,500 60 120 5I 2,000 60 40 3 10 60 60 3J 1;8gg 75 123 3 1,500 60 100 5 2,000 7 100 6 4,000 75 80................. 50 80 6 2,0001 50 120 5 ~ 01 70 9",0 3' 31500'..... 164 9 400 70 501 3:, 2,500 7 651 6 3,000'..... 190! 8 5,0004 70 150' 71 5,0001 701 320.' 9, 4,000, 70 1501 8; 4,0001 70 40'.. 40 1161.... ~.... 3,00,0 4 0 140; 6i 1,500 60' 121 9; 8,000!..... 90 3 1,200i..... 9,81 5,000k 70 $11,700 155 40 3 General Farming.............. 15,0500 195 20 6 "c ''.... 16,800k 176 60; 10 i "1........ 18,240~ 198 301 6 cc "9......... 17,025 207 201 5 Gen.- Far., sgm Tecumnseh Twp... 4,800 60 20i 2...................:...........I.... 11,880 128 70j 4 General Farming............... 16,00 1 6 15 1 3 4s SS... '..... 6,0001 52 8~ 2 it........... 11,200, 110 50' 41 "........... 10,000' 114 6 1........... 12,025 165 30 I.......... 14,400 190 50 31 '........'. 7,200 110 10 21.......... 2,400 36 4' 1........ 4,500 60.... 3............ 7,30 902.... 7,5W0 82 181 1 Gea. Far., Breeder Road Horses' 4,000' 58 22. I.. General Farming.............. 6,000 77 3' 2 ' 7,000 100 20~ 6.......... 11,480 129 35 11 4 4 3,500 50 1... l......... 6,000 52 121 4........... 13,300 130 60! 3 'Gen. Far., see Woodtock Twp.. 10,500" 1301 20i 3 'General Farming.............. 22,400'260; 60t 10..........." 1015001125~ 25 I4........ 1,6001 3 10'..... Pasture, see Ridgeway Twp.... 842 11 6 2!General Farming.............. 51400; 100; 40t~ 4; '4......4... 9,200' 6............... 1,6801 8.'..G-eneral Farming.............. 6,3001 87; 3; 3,...'..'.... MaciA. 4.ullw '4 'lan 4$owy. RidgeIay. C *Dalrying and General Frig; Breeder Short Rorn Cattle and Fine Wool Sheep. tDaiyigand General Fnng; Breeder Poland China Hog and Rtoad. Horses. ~Geara B~r SortHorn Cattle; Dealer in L ye Stock of all kinds. ~Geera Famin;Breeder Fine Wool Sheep, Poland China Hogs Road Horses. f~Dale inGenralMerchandise and Manufacturing Full Cream Cheese.: Ge. Frmig;Pror.Beal's Mill, 2 miles N. W. Sand Creek.,; I Gnerl Frmig ad Dairyig; Sec. 34, Rome Township. I **Genea Frig;BedrShort Rorn Cattle, Fine Wool Sheep.I1!jI,.I i I - * In Washtenaw County 77 acres, value $3,850. tfIn Washtenaw County, Saline Twp., 20 acres valued $700. j 40 acres Saline Twp., Wahea ony value $2,000. I Includes value, Brick and Tile and Feed Kill plant. IMfg. Brck and Tile and Lme

Page  21 NAMES OF PA TRONS OF LENA WEE COUNTY ATLAS. 2 MYEDINAR TOtWt$SJIP. SE14ECR TOCUJ'4SJ41P. ___ NAME, P N P. LOSNMIG N DRESS. N 33Nz 2L0F151N. P.DRS Acker, Chas.. F............. 895 100 0 2,5050 05 $5,500 7 25 2(oolFosi. MN j. Aud-o, WOS., (N 1...... I NI 2 $300 $60 $5,100 70 15 2G Fo ar'Sud6 Creek. Ash,Edwi t.............. 33, 34 15 3. 500 600 04515............. OStaso. Allen, Chas........... 121 17 2 NO...... 1,000 17...............F....... rug REidges. Bu5h,,FeESE............... 16d 70 4 2,00 IN 4,4 70......4.....Medioo. BEcnSt, Math11, M0......0..2 0 2,000 7Ni 5,740 70 12 1 GF.,Beoegd' ShropshireSlheep Casndsigoa. Bird, 96rs.Jane............ 15& 80 4,0 0 4,8050 02 10 3..........M -oooo i B..,........ 231iN0 8i 1,000 75 14,281 176 14 313aDiryoosd Geneool SO g..... Foit Bldg.. Esko loo.. Io 80 31 1,500 001 5,2001 50 N. 1........ 13iJSS1ES. 27.5..30.0..4..117...M~oo4 Blanc~hard4, Wvis T........ 5 7,0,7 28 7 3,0001 60i 17,100 210 75 3 MSSS Bgl o1p 212 51 2,000 60 7,200 110 10 3Stock ParoNDesIeo Lijoe Stoch. ISO................... 241005 91 3000! 00 1,45 95 2 0Mo1Bol _h.SE....22....100.. 61 2,000 05 6,500 94 60 3 E&..Eo.Eo2o3 oss BbooohWsdC. L............ 250 7,0 0 2,000140 460 5,,d Boko, MmoE. G............ 5f 20...I............. 2,000 12 8. TeSaSt Fsao,.,............ Basr, Jh. A.......... 27,34153 71 3,0001 70 10,245i123 30 6.. Ontario. B1.... G36.nH 5 62 4t3,100.. 10,.0.............. Elssghso. 3..o4... 7,8 1 20,000 65 4,030; 37 25 3 '.. OSN B~gg 1y, beNd.......... 6,8 130 4! 2,500 60 7 80 110 I2 o soigsd yoC~odioo BBkd~s, N 0$... 213....E80030..............,(N 5100 31.. 900 50 5, 00 815 2.... Fairfield Christopher. ob................... &....Do'6Do=Gooies. G-,Moch'di-o3085!oOVMedi....0..02,0 4.EE~~5S CI$5EJhT21 00~ 8 10 2,000 05 5,525, 60 20 3D~oIF.ig Mooo slgN. 2....,0 3I dIS Colerove, (9 IN0D1 40..4...0.0. ' lo~,oo~ H2 53 9 1,500 70 2,8000......... DEiTy~EdG~oloSiglo~i B.lso s M........... 341119 5~ 1,500I 50 5,930 70 4913 0........... 01t5. Claok, Edward............... fo, 31 56, 8. 5,800..... 16,000 40 4... 0.57. lOSOOsBoiok&TileFIEStM~o.sei.. OSOSNLs.,H22~ 160 71 2,500i 525 8,800 120 30 4 Mogo6. Coddio~gt.., FP7,t-......... 19 142 81 3,500 70 10,000 100 42 2 (. F., Dealer Ago. ImopleenEts.. Christophers, Johs.......... 405......... 40 1,600 32 9. TSensS F --- -... MdioS,. Choppoll, J.2 6............ 5r 31 52 3. 2.300...... 5,000 12...... G.-ral 0FSOing.......... Cramser,Welli~gt..I....... 17,1819920 205 11 6,0001 70j 18,200 210 501 jGe~ ol FSming.............5M — Carter, Theo.A........... 34,29032 160' 7 2,000 00 9,600 12040 3 025117, JSSE 95 00 5 2,000~ 70j 4,620......I............................ Moresi. Doss, Wom. C....1211 300 51 3,000 5,5 0,800 130 30 4 Diys sdo Go;oSi......g..i. Slig......E.E..s.......13.. 7 F30 H 5 2DSS C Wsry 1i0.. 0g,20F0 ES Fit soRidgedT..Aois Cossoleiutt,9....14,23129 3 0 0 7,09 0.. 0,9,Mooo.G6o6oo,. S.. 5 37....Io~ GoSoE 010 0 2100 60 9,600120 40 3........... Hudooon. HrtN0,Sim.. E(2 12....80.....i 60 4,80 107. see~g. Fo~Sld Cramer, G15010 27W,0,007 0 3 44.............Ho...oy 231,235 12 2.500 60 7,300 11 1 Doioyiog sd Dooeral Forming WestooS. 6tS,2.T 02 00 00 7,20010 20 1..... Mooort ooi. i. yso...R..J. 10 3 2100 7 2,100 70.... 11620 116 50 23D F.,- Endo FSryiod Chi.E.H.......s. F... Dy~e, A..........o......... 18100 0 2,000 00.. 7,2 914 214................H dSiSSS. 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Page  23 ______ _ __NMSOF coUNYOFFICERSFROM 18529 HNTH E Yris County Clerk. lRegister Deeds.! Co. Treasu'er.' Sheriff. Probate Judge~Pros. Attorney. Surveyor. Circuit Court Commissioners Coroners. rsCutCek.Regi 182Jh ilr C I rewll ae ed..B en i.C. A. Stacey. Is. S. Wilkinson. ~ T. M. Cooley............ P McMith. Slomnon Warner. 1 8727 H. C. Conkling. MI. KE 1854 Wm. KlnaIey. l~a Chandler. do 'G. W. Ketchanm4 i do G. S. Crane. L....'Jen.. B. Hampton. James Swor. 171..Cokng wi 1LAlBonBowen do...d.J.........t......C Beeman.4874R. BecC.. BurtonKent. Edd T8urlmodrL.bdo dddo oentt I. ema. R.Bece.d..ow.ll. So&. Warren. W. 8. Wilcox. 1876'Win. L. Church.5.P 195 do I~ej. urnr. do o d do ~ An. Eowll............. A'onzo Colegrov. John Stretch. 187 18'Jmesdoord 1868 do Bedo John I. KnIAPP. P J. Hlough. R. R. Becther. iA. C. Mercer. do do..der 16 L~eandier doKimbell. Wm. d. Whiitney.j do do ',. Kingsley. do do J. Hoaba.' domSo CalsCade. 80.M utr.A W18t4rd an.oMorton Eddy.SWin..H.oKE.ball. do d do '.Gdoes do do L. Palmer. 11884D1. A. Bliby. is. W. doG-W detrna.ortdo.dTayer. dH.CKimball.ller. do 1wHdoey do do 1 do 14886 G. W. Fleming. ~d I do do doMNm. BKuTght. Ie8..B. Mmiterdo do ido.Hdly do do IA. J. Hunter 't1888{ do A. WM do ILILKigt. B Sit. dodod) o odo 'Elisha Baker. l89Oifra Waterman. 1 d; 189Z do W. J CORDS WEBSF nuRND TO 1893.~ter Deeds.' Co. Treasurer. Sheriff. Probatfe JudgePros. Aflh Knight. is. D. Smith.!John G. Maown. 'F. C. Beamnan. E. B. sayel Haff.:G. Ri. Allis. R. Eldride 'Seth Bean. Long. do asa. IL Cairns. F. C. Beaman. W.Under, I 0. Rt. Cocbrane. do i do Doibear. do IChas. Bidwell. ~N. Geddes. UR. A. Wat Jay Hoag. do ) L. 4.Sal Bennett. do A. K. Whitmore do f do Wmn. C. Moran. do M:. B. Mori Smith. do H. C. Baldwin. 'R. B. Robbins. do 'Wm. H. Wiggins. do do F. B. Woo Parker. do M. G. Wilson. do I do torney, Surveyor. Drs. Burton Kent. 1. i do rwood. I1. B Kedzje. tUs. James Blair. Isbury.. do t do -gan. i do i do i do Circuit Court Commissioners', - I 23 Coroners.!Edw. Hadley. Pl. Shuinway. James Sword. H. S. Russell. IC. L. Hall. ohn H. Goff. do John Bishop.!Wlillis Merritt. do T. J. Ludlow. Hiarlow H. Seaver. I do Cbs.. L. Hal. do Robert P. Hon... jG.Wibc.F. R. Payne. KM. R. Morden. do jJ. W. HBeime, Jr. do 'H. H. Seaver. Dayton Parker. G.W. Ayers Geo. L. Beunett.1 do Jos. Pt. Bennett. I do do iMichael P. Long. H. C. Conkling. do G. A. Rogerm ~Iohn I. Knapp. Hiram D. ElIteZ IJ. W. fe'me, JrIB. D. Chandler. lJohn E. Whie ueeCm I! — - - I I __A LIESTOF SUPERVISORS WH HAVE SERVED FROM TOWNSHI] r"'I Medina. i fisafield. Madison. Franklin. Adrian.~ Raisin. Riga.~ Deerfield. Palmyra. Tecumseh. _Cambridge. I Adrian City. Woodstock. 187............... William Kedile.......................................................................................................................................................................... is.............. l dt o................................~............................................................................................................................. IBM............. Anho y Me' y...:.......................................~...................................................................................................... Im.......... o...............................I........................... d.................................................I................-... Im...................do......................................................do...............................-....~....~............-................................................. Im.................do........... Charles Blair. I.............. I......................................................................................................... 1.....-.....Walter P. Clark. Grret Tbro. do I...- abriel Well..........-..,Gao. Crane ~..................................................,........... aisMn. Wn.Pre.Go.Sih.......rIux Comnstocki....................... I do -...IG ny C eardente m. dIL o rter. leeoS mt B ~..................R............................... 1............................ ~ do 1J....B.... n....... Isa o e..................N.u a b lIm Rollin I. MItil. do.............. D. Thompeon.1 do................ do....................... do John P. Silvers. do.............. iau L mb in d JaoLaedodo o..........d.................. noinon. E. Andreron. do..............'Jaws Selleck. I uf Klbbe.....-.u Creter. do Jas. B. Wells............Ezekiel Webb.~ do J. P. Silvers. do j 1 EDrg..W. Birower. dco. Wmn. R. Porter. Charles Blair. J. H. 'Woodabury. Coreon Bradish. i.....eo. C. Harvey. do S. Walker. J oel F. Knapp. 151 do. do. do c.B. Tipton. do Jas B...................... do do F. A. Dewey.I do I Na K. Green. do. Goo. L. Crane. ICharles Blair. Ohas. Smith. Laucius Judson.............. do Win. H. Hoeg. Jas. Geddes. do I do. do. J.D. Thompson. Amherst Crane. A.W. Budlong. do. do Olinstead Hough T. H. Moeher.................... do I d. Anthony McKay. Wmn. Talford. Charles Kflair. I do do............... do I do Paul Geddes. d 1I4 do. JolCarpenter, Richard K1. Lewis. Leender Kimbalil do S. G. Coakley........................ d I CBogt. HMshr o M" do. e.Mceiillism. do J.B. Hampton. iD. B. Dennis.' ~T. J. Faxon.......................... do do.aC.GBougshton..L....H...M..her.. do I"?4 do. do. do Amherst Crane.1. Barber. John Bangs. ~...................................... doP.Sles E. B. Van Vleet.;..................... do 1.do...t........ey.do....B.....p...o.r.doCalvin Crane. S. C. Boughton. Ira Rogers I........ do G.M ubbard. Irans ab no do. ewall S. Goff. do Leander Kim balljiD. B. Dennis. T.J. Faxon L M. Gillam..............G. C. Harvey. S. C. Boughton. N. S. Wheeler.~melDa 1 59win 0. Perkins. do. do i,. B. Hamptn.j do do dod l...tad.ugh do........rSamuel Leanb 1881 do do. orton. Eddy. 8. Hendryx. do do tWrn. Trotter...d..r.e.Bll David Doty.................. do IMNa.Green. do. dododo Pekn. IG.M0lias.D Topo. B. Hampton. do John Bangs. IJ. M. Gillam. N leason I d o........... Gil.. Turner.KerKint.tMdo Wmn. Trotter............... C. Harvey. S. C. Boughton. F. A. Dewey. JsSwr. - do Joel Carpenter. A. J. Comstock. sayr. aie ikisn Rcar.i~i..P. J. Spaulding. do Ol4JBbC oyr.JmsWlisn RcadM ei.Gles Turner. WillIam Dutton LJobn Richards. Jas. ecaliter'.............n1. J. Harvey.. C.Buho.N.Welr. N~ortn Eddy. d Is -John N&weA do, do. A. J. Hunter. do I do!Zebina Smith............. Lester P. Clark. John Miller. do C. B. Stebbins. 1B Joseph Hagamna *William W. Bliss. Geo. L. Crane. Gid. D. Perry. do T. J. Faxon. I do............ G. C. Harvey. do David Doty. Chas. W. Hunt. I do 1 A. G. Gleason. i7do eee WilkInson. Ttus H. Treat. ILeander Kimball D. Horton. do John Gitlam...............B. J. Harvey. 0. Vandemark. H. Howard. Chas. W. Hunt. do 1858 do. WVilliam W. Bliss. Ge. Crane. J. B. Hiampton. Wm. Dutton. 'John Bangs.;Jas. McCallister.1.................. G. C. Harvey. Wmn. Larzelere. C. H. Dewey. ChanIW.oomis. d I ~James Sword. 1$ Oalh K. Green. William W. Bliss. Thos. F. Moore. Leander Kimball! do El amn..W etrnn............. L S. Hoxie. Edwin B. Wood. do Chas. W. Hunt. d 1 James Sword 1o do0. Rt. B. C. Newcomnb. Trhos. F. Moore. I do IC. D. Crook. i do do I... Goo. C. Harvey. Joe. S. Kies. do Chas. W. Hunt. Ido D. D). Sinclair. 1881 aLA. JeweIll Archer H. Cran.. Aug. W. BradisIh. do Win. Dutton.!Arthur Sharp. i do...................... L S. Hoxie. I do do Win. W. Cook. do I D. D. Sinclair. lo hre A eel Ase.Crn. d A.J utr Win. Dutton. Arthur Sharp. -R. Blanchard....................Ga. C. Harvey. do do Francis Young. do I I D. D. Sinclair. IN hwse A..lewell. Fitch Dewey. Jolhn R. Clark. tA. J. Hunter. IWm. Dutton. Arthur Sharp. J. D. McCalllster.1,.................. Geo. W. Frazier. Danforth Keyes. do Francis Young. do KMCalsA eel rhrH rn.Jhn R. Clark.!A.Hne.~ i.Dto. Arthur Sharp. do do do do vrancis Young. do D. D. Sinclair. N Calee A. Jewell. Archer H. Crane. John R. Clark. IA. J. Hunter. 1.J od rhrSap.W etra.............Rbno. d od D. D. Sinclair. James Sword. F.Young. i9..Obarlse A. Jewell. Archer H. Crane. John H. Clark. JA. J. Hunter. IA. J1. Hood. Jacob Walton. G. W. Westermian..................HR. Robinson. Joe. S. Kies. do A. J. Chappell. do I I ID. W. Helaine. I I J. W. Helnme. I F. Young. IS6 Charles A. JewellilArcher H. Crane. Thos. F. Moore. A.J. Hunter. R. Kent, Jr. JcbWalton. dia obbins. T. Fife. W. B.deHwll. 'Joe. S. Kies. do L.B eneianL adord I D. D. Sinclair. J. W. Hfelme. INS C IasS A. Jorwe.uArcher H. Crane. DanielF Todde. B. J. Huneynld. H. Panrk. Jacob Walton. Adam Drhr. e. Cannone. W. B. Hill. Edwin B. Woos. J B. L.peno Pete Lawldess L Sadford D. D. Sinclair. J. W. Helms. I87 Cbrh A. More.MH.oswell. ohu.Bil ania RTodar. T. F. Reyinolds. E. Park. Jacob Walton. Hioa obins. eri. Cannon. iW. B. Hill. Ecowen C. Stace. do Peter Lawless. do J. W. Heline. N. Van Brunt. ITCbse0. Morse. Arc. rH. Oogwel. lenie T orte. T. F. Caynblds. E. Park. U7acob Walton. HAram Drehben. B8enj. Cannon. W. B. Hill. Ecowen C. WodSt B.achnnPtrLals. d D. D. Sinclair. W. H. Roerms. CulledsQMon.H.Cgwel on R. Poarte. IT. M. Camburn. EG. Bar. Wlas.Jacob Walton. Hiram Robbins. Benj. Cannon. iW. B. Hill. Alfred C. Htaily. G do..Als Peter Lawless doCapntr - I ID. D. Sinclair. W. H. RHoges. N. Van Brunt. 187 0. Mos. Xo hi. H. CogpwellA.io R. PotraIA. T. M. Cainburn. E. Bar. Wii Js Jacob Walton. Hiram Robbins. Berij. Cannon. W. B. Hill. A.ve C.Hl. Gtaey. doAlis Peter Lawless. do D. D. Sinclair... I iWeiHa Roomis. N. Van Brunt. 167 IIwn H yon. A d ostr ulnB otr T.Cmun Bdod.Hs Pilark. Jadob dalonHia dobn. Cnon.Wdo.Hil Alrdo D.H. Ge. R.Axwll. Peter Lawless. A.M. SCkreney. D. D. Sinclair. Weman Loomis. N. Van Brunt. I1. Lyons. A. H. Coranel.A. W Brdo h. doM Cm.G B.Wido ms daob atn Hiram Robbins. doj donn.B.Hl. A D.doll deo.Als Chterle F.wlSmit. do, I D. D. Sinclair. I I I IHeman, Loomis. ins0 Ednw.nHl tH d~ogel. lnK.Prr.& Ryod.A.doJdoHood do Hodig Byron Tripp. do S.Mnig do do. ecan.J Had. Ch A. CSWagte. do I ~ I ~D. D. Sinclaran. P ORGANIZATION TO 1892-INCLUSIEVE. Hudson. IRidgeway. Ogden. I Dover. Macon.................................................................I.............................................................................I.................................................. Au.ne.................................... do............... H......Hicks.............................. H.nTibbett.......J.ndrwod........ do Va k........ Pierc.............................. do H..h.... do B. Hicks................I.............. H. Vanbbent. F...A. Kennedy.. J. Udero o....................... Lia P.W itney. IA. W. Montgomeryj do............................ L.. Hutcanies. A. Keney Haidks: Hn........................... 1S. Van Aken.. doKeney do.................. 0. P. Caidney. IA. W. Montgomery aido Bece.............................,.. D o.D nes F. A. Kennedy. D vdoS ay............................ 0. S. Caldwell. IC. B. Montgon erDaid Ben echer Hicks...........................,.. doJ.Trnr IF A. Kennedy. Jaoi Cey............................ L.Ple. C. B. Sutton Ben. L. Hicks. do......... A... Wheeler......... W... Ineanf.A. W. Conigosedo.Javs. Ch Eney. Dani. MDcmiey. P. J. Vanughs. A. L. Palmer.* C B. udon B. L. Hicks. dano Ake.WGeoreleA. Cobm~ L.o Broni. AJ. LWe. dotoe3 hny Danl. Mickley. F. J. Honughe. JA. d~oh BeCa Fee. do Wm.So. A. Hamitonke. do Or L. Palmer. dJ owe.L ics dodon.Mcly doreA Hob. F do do E. Brockway. H. A. Cammet. P. J. Van Vleet. Por do do do Isaac Warren. W. B. Smith. do do L. S. Hodges. J. H. Warren. do Ore Titus Babcock. 'J. C. Freer. do do Horace Gray. F. L. Palmer. J. Cheever, Jr. John G Mason. W. W. McLouth. do do J. C. Freer. do do do do do do H. Garrison. do do do David Stayer. W. W. McLouth. do A..j do D. H. Zeluff. do H. S. Bailey. do do do do do do do do do do do do J. Britton, Jr. do do do Ira Swaney. do do do Isaac C. Mills. do do T. McComb. J. M. Judson. Geo. V. Osgood. do do do do do Or.( do Geo. L. Oliver. do J. H. Shepherd. do do do I do do John Boyd. do C. L. Lowe. IJas. H. Hodges. do IacC Il.A Heman Loomis. Wm.Tayer. 189J.Olgoe do. 3.Gander. do do I do Adam Dreher. do Ido A. D. Hail. J. 0. Maxwell. L. A. C~. Wagner. 0. Kelly. 187. (lolerov. IEdwin Crane. HennLoomis. I I W. R. Tayer. do. do. Chan. C. Bradish. do ILewls C. Baker. do do Alex. Lawson. IS. B. Mann. P. S. McKinnon. do L. A. C. Wagner. do I I IEdwin Crane. I I Heman Loomis. I Jesse H. Warren. 1881 do. I do. do D. W. Love. I do I do do Jas. Manning. Win. B. Hill. lAIfred James. jhs.Dwy.A.Wge.Ls asn I I IAndrew Burger. I I IDavid Bixby. do d dodo o IJesse Warren. d. do. do I odododo do do d do L...anrI do I Andrew Burger. I David Bixby. Jesse Warren. 18.W odot. W. M. orbet. do do do do;Henry Finger. Dale Munson. Win. H. Moore. I do J. Hand. L. A. C. Wagner. A. M. Sickley. I Edwin Crane.. ~Da. A. Bixby. I ~Jess H. Warren. GeoH. B.gssJr.rWin M Johorb W. Dolon o d o do AdtnG al yon dolp.do dK.HoHsig.Wn Creese. H. Dowy Alpheus F. Hans. WdJoPrkr 11 1 c6Edwin Crane. domd. doOobt. 4 do W do H.uKight do Ial dopp do H. H. Hastings. JonmD. Brshu do JolphesF MiHael. W. doPrkr Edwin Crane. Sh.eroy P Mils. IOdw. S. Ferguson. do wel.do 186 do. do. do do HdoBH.dley.rdogdo CHerys Finger. 1mdoH. doore 'lrdo Jm.J.0Ma Joseph Michael I I I lI ~ H.Edwin Crane. I I IrmaH.FLe Fiyci. ~~lEdwin Crn. Ferguyilso. Io - JohI D hll d JSep M icB a el.ck. d odot.i.M orbL. dA ottr do Wm. A. Baiey.I do Jond sad o do. Hl.( Jme.F.pHSelr.JphMcheiJPakr 'EwnCrane. I sE.Leroy Mills. I Sd. M. Barguonk 1811er.Pry L.Hrlgo. d od do oCrs Iigr do I do Ido J~. E. Gibbs. Joseph Michael. La.dario lEdwin Crane. "E Leroy Mille. Sm.M. Babcock. 18921, do. L d arigon. do ITdoCanun do I do do do U. do Jakn d~o. Hesn do Joseph Michael. F.Ldos, I I Edw~in rn.E. Leroy Mills. I I ~ M. Babcock. do John Britton.:T. McComb. do G. V. Osgood. do C. L. Lowe. do do A. Harrington. J. U. do I do 'Win P. Luke. do Geo. Howell. do do I do do A. Horrington. do!L. S. Palmer. ~ T. McComb. do Geo. Howell. S. B do C. L. Lowe. Fred. Bay. do J. F. Giliors. L A. Laurence. James Linn. do 1G. W. Bailey. do do do do do do do ~ C. L. Lowe. do M. H. Townsend. do do I do do.1 J. Haynes. do [ra Swaney. IJohn H. Zelf dodod do James Linn. I do do H. Pennington. Oirrin R. Pierce. IHenry F. Barnes I.V. Ella. W. A. Wilkinson1 do Wm do. I do do I do do Rollin. Rome. Fairfield. I Seneca. t I I........... i Clinton..................... 1-....................I........................I........................ it....................... I......................I............I........................I...................I................... I... I................................................. I.................... I.................... I....................... I................... I................... I................... I.................... I..........................................................I...................I................................................................................................................................................................................................f n. Beals. H. Raymond, do A. Wilcox. do L Patrick. son Green. Rawson. rtar Beals. do ion Green. A. Wilcox. do do do A. Dolbear. do do do do do do ion Green. do do A. Dolbar. do U. Harkness L....ker..... J. H. Parker. do E. S. Holinan. r' H. Parker. E. S. Holinan. Aust~n Glllett. S. Morey.' do 'J. H. Parker. do Austin Gillett. M. C. Palmer. IC. Knapp. do do do do do do do do do do N. P. Kimball do C. Knapp. do John Baker. Win. Tenbrook. 'ohn Baker. do Wmn. Tenbrook. John Baker. D)avis D. Bennett Chas Livesay. do Abner Tuttle do John Baker. Edwin P. Cole. Chbas. Llvesay. Hiram S. Eddy. Levi B, Russell. HT. S. Eddy. do Tra J. Hagmian. do Gardner Mason. Wv. L. Winship. H. S. Eddy. Chas. Llvesay. Hl. S. Eddy. do W. L. WinshiP. 1. J. Hagaman. I. 0. Savage. D. D. Bennett. Rufus Baker. Ezra Cole EilssJ. Baldwin. do do do T.H. Sweney doI Robert Morris.I doI L J. Baldwin.I Robert Morria. do B J. Baldwin.I do I do do mose Vall. do do E. J. BaldwIn. do do I do E. A. Baker. do do John Gould. K. J. Baldwin. S. B. Smith. E. A. Baker. J. C. Porter. C. H.- Mickley. HE. A. Baker. do D. D. Bennett. N. Shuinway. do do C. E. Mickley. 0. H. Alger. 1 I. J1. Hagaian. do S. W. Bennett. do I H. C. Robb. do do G. W. Wilson. M. E. Salaury. do do do* do do do do do I do do Danforth Ke~es. do David Brooks. do do do J.W rdner do doW ranr do do do Edwin Frezer. T. A. Bates do do do do do [. Raymond. do do do do do do do H. C. Pratt. E. J. Stoddard. do Geo. W. FlemingjPtter Wyman. do Erm GoodasilL W. H. Shearwon.1s. F. MArsteller. do:Edgar Morse. do A. Stoddard. do P. M. Bates.. do,Ezra Bertram. I do do do do do do do do do do G. W. Wilson. J. Metcalf. do do do do do II. A. Gillespie. do W. P. Keyser. do do do do L.W. King. do * Township organized about 1830; but the early town records have been lost, burned, or destroyed. t Instead of Carls D. Hampton, resigned. t Up to 1853 Adrian City (than village) and township held election as one. j Vice Chester Rowland, resigned. I Vice Stephen Perkins, resigned. I Vice Christopher P. Caldwell, resigned.

Page  24 24 BUSINESS CARDS OF ADRI WALDBY & CLAY'S BANK, COMMERCIAL EXCHANGE BANK, LENAWEE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK. C Established 1850. WHITNEY & WILCOX. ORGANIZED 1869. J. Transacts a General Banking Business. G R BNI BUSIESS I GEN.ERAL BANKING BUSINESS. E. B. WALDBY. F. W. CLAY. JOSEPH R. BENNETT, Pres. H. V. C. HART, Cashier. W. j. H. B. WALDBY. R. CLAY. CIIANNING WHITNEY. W. S. WILCOX. CLINTON D. HARDY, Assistant Cashier. C. Bo C. R. ALMOND L. BLISS, JI. V. DE FOE9, HART & SHAW, J DReal Estate Broker and Loan Agent, DEALER IN DEALERS IN AiW-Procure a Correct Abstract of Title to your Land-WA COMMISSION FOR SALE OF REAL ESTATE. DRY GOODS AND CARPETS. DRUGS, GROCERIES, PAINTS AND OILS. Perfecting Titles and Payment of Taxes will receive Prompt Attention. WOOD, CRANE & WOOD, BAKER & SHATTUCK, MORELAND BROS. & CRANE, j ONE PRICE TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS, MANUFACTURERS OF CANNED GOODS, I DELER INPORK PACKERS, < I Hats and Caps.IALER GlNves POR PACK, Wholesale Oils, Tobaccos and Cigars. OL] jGloes aundMittens, Wholesale Dealers in Cheese and Dairy Supplies. Trunks and Valises, Gents' Furnishings. J. M. SEGIJR, D. M. BAKER, F J. R. GILKEY, DENTIST, DEALER IN I~ ~~ T... r -. — r GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY AND AT T^T A<T TTr~TT Pleased to see his old friends at his office, RAL ESTATE ALER. COAL, WOOD AND LUMBER. ' REAL ESTATE DEALER. 22 Selden Avenue, Detroit, Mich. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ( KELLS & SONS, A. J. KAISER,, ADRIAN PAPER CO., BRICK AND TILE MACHINE Co. DEALER IN WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. A10- FAMILY GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ETC. Dealers in all kinds of Paper. All kinds of Castings made to order. All Goods Strictly First-class. C. C. FISHER, Prop. M. GAFNEY, A. W. & F. R. SEGER, J. W. ROWLEY, Choice Groceries and Provisions. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Canned Goods, Etc. R. W. LAKINS, HARRY D. HULL, WILLIAM E. JEWETT, Examiner of Titles-A complete set of Abstract Books. FUI AN CITY. IOMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK. OFFICERS. W. C. McCONNELL, COCKER, President. S. HOWELL, V. President. S. HOWELL, Cashier. DIRECTORS. DAE NDYGOS COCKER, D. METCALF, E. C. SWORD, DEALER IN DRY GOODS. WERFINE, S. HOWELL, A. STEVENSON, MILLER, N. GEDDES, A. BENNETT. L. LADD, NORMAN GEDDES, kNUFACTURER OF CANNED GOODS, WHOLESALE DEALER IN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Cheese and Dairy Supplies. JOHNSON & ANDREWS, DANIEL TODD, D CORNER DRUG STORE. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. VGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO. - HOTEL EMERY. J. W. PAGE, President. AUSTIN CLEMENT, Vice President. Newl Fnrnise Trougout C. F. CLEMENT, Sec'y and Treas. Newly Funished Throughout. W. CLEMENT, Manager. - J. H. EMERY, Proprietor. $2.00 per day. )ffice and Factory, Adrian, Mich. ELLA C. PRICE, GEORGE KASTLER, fLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. General Blacksmithing and City Shoeing. A. F. ROBERTSON, A. T. MABEY, USTICE OF THE PEACE. DENTIST. Also Insurance and Colecting Agency. Exclusive Right in Lenawee County of Extracting T"th with Odontunder. W. E. KIMBALL & SON, F. R. METCALF, ZNITURE AND CROCKERY. DEALER IN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Real Estate and Loan Agent. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. J. D. KINNEY & CO., B. W. BOYD, ^p ^ Furniture, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AND ~ -. ~ ~, Dealer in Fresh and Salt Meats. Watches and Jewelry. House Furnishing Goods. P. W. DONNELLY, MILLINERY. C. A. CONKLIN & SON, F. R. STEBBINS9 SONS, - F e Deo a EFurniture, Carpets and Crockery. Finest Line outside of Detroit in Southern Funeral Directors and Embalmers. General House Furnishing Goods. P Michigan. CHURCH MANUFACTURING CO., W. T. BANM T TMANUFACTURERS OF WILLIAM THIIEME, Church' s Hydraulic Wind-mill Regulator, Pipe Organ Builder and Piano-Tuner. Who] PHOTOGRAPHER. FORCE PUMPS AND WATER SUPPLY GOODS. GEO. B. HORTON, Pres. C. A. CHURCH, Sec.-Treas. Repairs of Musical Instruments a Specialty. D. S. WILLIAMS, V. Pres. ANDREW CHURCH, Supt. ADRIAN CITY NURSERY, C. F. GUSTIN, THE H (SPEILMAN BROS.) DEALER IN G. ROSCOE SWIFT, FRUITS AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, GENERAL NURSERY STOCK. (SUCCESSOR TO CHARLES HUMPHREY.) Does Blackberries, Raspberries, Strawberries, Evergreens, Roses, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Peaches and Apples. DEALER IN BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Berry Plants. ONE AND A HALF MILES SOUTH OF ADRIAN COLLEGE. J. W. GUNSOLUS, JAMES J. CAREY, CLIFFORD KIRKPATRICK, DEALER IN DEALER IN CAR] FLOUR, FEED, GRAIN, BALED HAY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Groceries, Provisions, Produce, Fruit, STRAW, ETC. FLOUR AND FEED. House Furnishing Goods. DRY GOODS AND CARPETS. J. W. HELME, Jr., F. E. ANDREWS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. CHAS. H. LARDS, M. R. iIIORDEN, HYSICIAN AND SURGEON. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. R. L. TAYLOR. H. T. TAYLOR. TAYLOR BROS., W. S. SEARS, lesale & Retail Dealers in Hardware. DEALER IN TINNERS AND PLUMBERS. Flour, Feed, Grain, Baled Hay, Straw, etc. Wood Work a Specialty. IICHOLS PATENT SYSTEM OF BELTING. VAL. F. FOX, leans for Preventing the Slipping of Belts. MANUFACTURER AND JOBBER OF away with tighteners and transmits FINE CONFECTIONERY. nearly double the power. WHOLESALE DEALER IN F. W. NICHOLS, Proprietor. FOREIGN FRUITs, NuTs, ETC. C. F. MATTHES, F. YOUNG, 'ENTER AND CONTRACTOR. ARCHITECT. PRODUCE DEALER.

Page  25 BUSINESS CARDS OF ADRIAN Cli CHAS. A. CHALLONER, E. P. ANDREWS, A. W. CAREY, BAR Dealer in Tobaccos and Cigars. C General News Dealer. Physician and Surgeon. Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. Al N. SMITH & SON, A. E. LINDVALL, WHALEY & HOAG, G Wholesale and Retail Florists. MERCHANT TAILOR. DEALERS IN NATHAN SMITH. ELMER SMITH. A Full Line of Domestic and Imported Suitings Boots Shoes Slippers, Rubbers, Etc. LESTER Greenhouse, 167 W. Maumee. always in Stock. United States Express Co. and Pacific Express Co. PENNOCK.S NOVELTY STORE, C. C. VAN DOREN, General Express Forwarders to and from principal Cities FART in United States. Transportation between United WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. States, Europe and all Foreign Countries by Toys, Notions & House Furishing Goods.1Fast Steamers and Direct Railway Lines. TOYS, Notons & House F ishing Goods Po Send money by Express Money Orders. Safe, cheap, convenient. 5 a C i od a Specialty. Buggies, B ond Stel Posts RATES LESS THAN GOVERNMENT ORDERS. Carriages, e c. and For $s.oo to $5.00, 5 cents. Over $2o.oo to $30,00 12 cents. General Jobbing at Adrian Store. Wagons, Seeds, etc. Page Wire Fence Over.oo, to soo, 8 cents. Over 30-00 to 40-00 55 cents. CenertsobbngatSApeacStre. WagnsOver iooo to 20o.oo, so cents. Over 4o.oo to 50.00 20 cents. M C. B. PmNNOCx, Proprietor and Manager. CaxtS. a Spcialty. Payable in United States and Canada. M. JUl 0. M. GAWNE, Agent. PECKM AN & SCHROEDER, WESTERMAN & WESTERMAN, LAMBT1E & HUM[PHIREY,,~&WSEMN Merchant Tailors.. i *A T Proprietors of Adrian Packing Co. Attorneys-at-Law. Fine Suitings. Latest Styles. JOHN C. LxWeIE. CHAS. HUMPHREY. ar S. Westerman. Wallace Westerman. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. NIMBLE NICKEL GROCERY. J. G. WELLMER, GEO. A. BETZ, J. E. HA Full Line of Staple and Fancy Goods GENERAL UNDERTAKER. Groceries and Provisions, Gratit Always on hand at Lowest Prices. Caskets, Trimmings, etc. Fruits and Vegetables. A. C. CLARK, Proprietor. Workers THE EDNA PIANO & ORGAN CO., A. PEAVEY, SCHOOLCRAFT & LAYABD, MANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN RESTAURANT AND LIQUOR HOUSE. Pianos and Organs. DEALER IN Factory at Monroeville, 0. Wa Choice Liquors, Wines and Cigars. J. A. BALDWIN, President. B. W. PRICE, Secretary. Groceries and Provisions L. TYLER, Vice President. H. P. STENTZ, Treasurer Lunch Counter. Frs an Sal Meats. Adrian Office 4 and 6 N. Winter Street. Fresh and Salt Meats. MICHIGAN MESSENGER. Wednesdays and Saturdays. MULZER BROS., ACKLEY & CO., KY. Continued. 25 " THE FAIR." D. M. REEDER. G. W. MARVIN, Proprietor. GAIN HOUSE OF ADRIAN. DEALER IN 'ts, Curtains, Crockery, Glassware, Sewing Fresh and Salt Meats. achines, Plated Ware, Hardware, Robes, Blankets. All kinds of Notions..So CARRIAGES AND HARNESS. VEGETABLES. IALSBURY & O"MEALEY, CASPER ARNOLD. CHAs. F. ARNOLD. C. ARNOLD & SON, Attorneys-at-Law. DEALERS IN H. SALSBURY, JOHN L. O'MEALEY. Groceries, Provisions, Family Supplies. IER'S MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. WASHBURN'S OF LENAWEE COUNTY. Boarding, Feed and Livery Stable. )SON, Pres. GEO. R. COCHRANE, Sec. M. E. WASHBURN, Proprietor. G. N. BALL, H. GLASER, HORSE-SHOEING. RESTAURANT. General Blacksmithing. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. RRISON. W. H. HARRISON. JOHN HIUMUT9, J. E. HARRISON & SON, MANUFACTURERS MANUFACTURER OF e Monuments, Mausoleum and CARRIAGES AND WAGONS. Building Work. of all First-Class Granite, Native and Foreign. General Repairing. HENRY PRONNET, J. R. STEINMETZ, MANUFACTURER OF 11 Paper and Window Shades. Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. DEALER IN Painter and Decorator. Nails and Kitchen Furnishing Goods. SCHWARTZ & EMMER, J. C. McKENZIE, Only $1.50 a Year. Dealers in Boots, Shoes & Rubbers. CE TWO PAPERS PER WEEK FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. Wholesale and Retail Notions. A Live, Newsy, Local Paper. JOHN G. MULZER. FRED. MULZER. JOHN Sc D. W. GRANDON, Editor and Publisher. AUSTIN & ROSE, L. B. MILLARD, JOHN F. BETZ, MANUFACTURERS OF Dealer in Choice Family Groceries. Sash, Doors and Blinds, Mouldings, Pure Drugs, Paints, Oils &Groceries. F r Provisions, etc. AND GLAZED WINDOWS. Planing and Scroll Sawing done to Order. ADRIAN PLATING WORKS. J. W. FINCH & SON, ADRIA R. A. KAISER, E. R. MOFFITT, Proprietor. Dentists. Gold, Silver and Nickel Plating. Remember that Odontophine is used exclusively in Lenawee Co. by J. W. Finch & Son for Clay Ci Proprietor of Union Brewery. All kinds of Ware Re-plated. the painless extraction of teeth. All Work Warranted. J. W. FINCH, D. D. S. S. F. FINCH, D. D. S. WM. Hu L. M. ROGERS & BRO., AIDRIAN WEEKLY PRESS. JOSEPH CALLAHAN, DEALERS IN Pithy, Spicy, Democratic. Opposes Monopoly, MANUFACTURER OF FINE CIGARS. stands for the people and gives all the Grain & Seeds, Green & Dried Fruits, News. Published Fridays. LIME Special Brands made to Order. peyar Wool, Pelts, Hides, Furs, etc. $1.50 per year. A/& A. KRAPF, H. FREYTAG, HARMON H. RUSS, DEALER IN Dealer in Groceries and Provisions, Fresh and Salt Meats. CONTRACTOR AND CARPENTER. HOT-AIR FURNACES. Also Tinsmith and Plumber. E. FISCHER & CO., JOHN GIMBERT, JOSEPH BUSH, PROPRIETORS OF MASON AND CONTRACTOR. Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing. Adrian City Brewery. IOICE LIQUORS, CIGARS. Manufacturer of Brick & Drain Tile. HWARTZ. GRO. EMMER. MICHIGAN BUGGY CO.'S CARLTON, HAYNES & ESSIG, RRJAGE REPOSITORY. North Main Street. Horseshoeing & General Blacksmithing. GEO. C. RANDALL, Manager. N BRICK AND TILE MACHINE CO., MANUFACTURERS OF ADRIAN ICE C0~, rick and Tile Machinery. HENRY BOWEN, JR., Proprietor. rushers, Engines and Boilers, Iron and Brass Castings. Dealer in Ice. Also all kinds of Contract Work. rMPHREY. JOHN I. KNAPP. J. C. MCKENZIE. THOMAS GIMBERT, TIMOTHY EGAN, DEALER IN, CEMENT AND PLASTER. Proprietor of Maple City Wood Yard. Po Manufacturer of Artificial Stone Walks. M. S. CHAPMAN, DANIEL WRIGHT, Contractor and Builder. MASON AND CONTRACTOR. J. F. BOSSINGER, WM. BUCHNER, DEALER IN PROPRIETOR OF series, Fresh and Salt Meats. Maple City Boiler Works. Vegetables and Canned Goods.

Page  26 26 BUSINESS CARDS OF ADRIAN Cli ADRIAN GAS CO. WM. H. HAMILTON & CO. F. J. HOUGH, DEALERS IN WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Coal, Coke, Iron Pipe and Fittings. General Insurance Agency. Teas, Coffees, Crockery, Groceries, BR Brass Goods, Fire Brick, Clay, Etc. Lamps, etc. WASHBURN & GIMBERT, C. E. W AVER, S. B. MORGAN,.EWAER CONTRACTORS AND MASONS. A TTO RN E Y- A T -LA W. tonya. A Also Builders of Stone Cement Walks. Attorey-at-Law. F. GAYLORD, 0. KNIGHT & SON, V. A. BAKER, WHOLESALE DEALER IN CUSTOM MILLIERS. <e RTSp^onOI C. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS. Phsca n ugo.0I] Manufacturers of Flour and Feed. P a Eggs, Beans and Popcorn. FRANK A. LEHR, GEO. M. HOCH. LEN. W. HOCH. THU (Successor to Lehr Bros.) HOCH BROS., ALANSON BENNETT, I FINI DEALER IN WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. GROCERIES AND COUNTRY PRODUCE. Attorney-at-Law. Art, Crockery, Glassware, Etc. Fancy Groceries a Specialty. M. J. CoQ JA WAGNER & SHEPHERD, A. M. STEPHENSON, WOOD & BIRD, COMN Wholesale and Retail Druggists. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Attorneys-at-Law. W e FRED. B. WOOD. JOHN E. BIRD. Double Store-Both sides of Street. JAMES BLAIR, GIBFORD, KENNEDY & ALDRICH, CROSSWALK. County Surveyor and City Engineer. Hardware Merchants. RICHARD WESLEr THE CoTIR WESLEY THE HATTER. J. WESLEY. CHAS. WEsLEY. A. G. WESLEY. Orders for Surveying Promptly Attended to. ED. B. GIBFORD. FRANK E. KENNEDY. ASA ALDRICH. MULLIGAN & ROESCH, Li. R. DAMON, GEO. L. BENNETT, DEALERS IN rY.-.Conti nued. ALP. A. MILLER, ED. SWORD, MANUFACTURER OF ATTORNEY, AND ICK AND DRAIN TILES. United States Pension Agent. ADOLF WHEELER, JACOB C. WINNE, DEALER IN TTORNEY-AT-LAW. oots Shoes and Rubber Goods. VI. E. CHITTENDEN CO. HIGBY & LLOYD LUMBER CO., WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN [4S, TOBACCOS, CIGARS. Lenawee County cheese. Lumber and Building Materials. 3 MICHIGAN GRANITE CO., JAMES H. REYNOLDS, dANUFACTTRERS AND IMPORTERS OF ~ GRANITE MONUMENTS. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. tic Memorial Work in Granite and Marble Mortuary Figures. Pension Agent. WNELY. M. KING. JOHN KING. JMES STEVENSON & SON, EARLE BROTHERS, G'ENERAL WHOLESALE PROPRIETORS OF MISSION MERCHANTS, VIENNA BAKERY. led Hay, Straw, Grain. Dressed Hogs, Also DeIers in reories. Vegetables, Etc. C a. FRANK B. EARLE. CHAS. E. EARLE. Car-Lots a Specialty. VATTS, BEAN & SMITH, A. BREUNIG, Attorneys-at-Law. MANUFACTURER AND DRALER I A. WATTS. SETH BEAN. Choice Cigars, Tobaccos, Pipes and H. C, SMITH. Smoking Articles. A. STEVENSON & SON, T. J. GOODSELL, DEALERS IN MANUFACTURER OF WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MILLINERYClothing and Gents' Furnishings, Attorney-at-Law. LUI Hats and Caps. A. STEPL GRO. A. WILCOX. WM. A. STANIFoRD. W. S. WILCOX. WILCOX HARDWARE CO., J. K. PIERSOL, J WILL KIRK, Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware. DEALER IN CONTI IRON, WAGONS, WOOD STOCK, MANTELS, GRATES, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Diamonds Clocks, Watches and jewelry. AxleS, Springs, Stoves, Rangeys Furnaces and L Agricultural Implements. PHILIP HEINZMAN, A. B. PARK, 0. L. FLUEGEL, DEALER IN ' JOBBER OF Cloth GENERAL BLACKSMITHING. DRY GOODS AND CARPETS. Drugs, Groceries and Tobaccos. F. H. KNAPP, C. I. MILLER, A. J. DEAN & SON, Insurance and Real Estate. DEALERS IN _____________ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. COAL AND COKE. GEORGE W. AYERS, Attorney-at-Law and Real Estate. FRED. HOCK & CO., A. B. TREAT, SCHENEIDER BROS., DEALERS IN DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS. DRUGGIST. BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS. Choice Goods. Paints. ( Low Prices. Oils. F. G. KNIGHT CLARENCE FROST, WILLIAM M, SHELDON, ART STORE. JEWELER. CLO' GENERAL BTACKSMITHINGT Artists' Materials. Engravings. GENERAL BLACKSMITHING. Oil Paintings. Picture Frames. DIAMONDS. —FINE WATCHES. —NOVELTIES. Ce.ABER, COAL AND COKE. Sash, Doors and Blinds, Screen Doors. 'NSON. F. A. STEVENSON. ~..~,Send for Price List. BECK & VOGT, JOHN F. JONES, RACTORS AND BUILDERS. K A E V Veterinary Surgeon. BECK. ANDREW VOGT. * C. G. POWERS, G. N. ALLEN, DEALER IN and *uishings WALL PAPER AND DECORATIONS. 'ig and Gents' Furnishings. Lts and Caps. Merchant Tailoring. Window Shades, Reom Mouldin B. F. GRAVES, FRANK X. WEISS, RESTAURANT AND SALOON. Attorney-at-Law. Choice Wines and Uiquors. GEORGE A. NUFER, JULIA P. GREENE, xroceries and Provisions. Physician. M. EVERISS & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF JOHN F. KIMBALL, rH-COVERED CASKETS OF ALL GRADES. Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries. -nera1 Dealers in Funeral Supplies.

Page  27 F MOWN I BUSINESS CARDS OF ADRIAN Continued. 27 k. * ADRIAN TIMES ANM EXPOSITOR. ABNER W. SIMMONS, A. B. BE DELL & SON, A Newspaper with Republican Principles. Gives SPRING BROOK STOCK FARM. Machinists. all the News, concisely told. The only Daily Journal in Lenawee County. Breeder of Standard Bred Horses and Fine Wool Sheep. Repairers of Sewing Machines, Lawn Mowers Daily, $6 yearly, shilling a week; Weekly, $1.50 yearly. Frankin Township io miles North of Adrian. MRS. H. S. APPLEGATE, Proprietor, and Gasoline Stoves. C. HAYES & SON, BEAVER CREEK MILLS. FRANK WRIGHT. -I. A. WRIGHT E. B. TREAT, Proprietor. DEALERS IN WRIGHT BROS., Pure Cider Vinegar, Apple Jelly, Boiled Cider. BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS. Wood-Plani Pattern Work. Masons and Contractors. WodPaig atr ok Special Attention to Custom Work. One and One-half mile North Adrian. BUSINESS CARDS OF HU BOIES STATE SAVINGS BANK, Established 1867. OREN HOWESS SUCCESSORS TO I W1 UN X^ W ClOTHOMPSON BROS., Exchange Bank of Boies, Eaton & Company. Hudson, Mich. Bankers. Dry Goods. STEPHEN A. EATON, Pres. JAS. B. THORN, V. Pres. Gec JOHN H. BoiES, Cashier. Collections promptly attended to. HENRY C. HALL, ABBOTT & CO., AA V A. S. ELLSWORTH & CO., DA YL Five Departments: MANUFACTURERS OF General Druggists' Sundries. DEALERS IN Hats a enrercns DrgstSnd Abbotts Little Giant Hub Borers. Gents' Proprietary Medicines. ritchen Goods and Tinwate. DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. Trunk Crockery, glass Goods and Lamps. Also Abbott's Box Puller, Etc. B.'ois Riibb F. H. BROWN. C. B. SI'OWEI.L. WOOD'S BOOK STORE. S. E. LAWRENCE, BROWN & STOWELL, De( JEROME J. WOOD, PROPRIETOR. GENERAL DEALER IN Dry Goods. Established 1804. Choice Staple and Fancy Groceries. CLOAKS, CURTAINS AND CARPETS. N. J. HOLMES, DUNHAM & SON, H. KELLOGG, Hardware Agricultural Tools, Buggies, Manufacturer of Harness. Wagons, Harness, &c. DEALER IN IWeddin Suits a* Specia. ACarriages, Wagons, Cutters, Robes, Blankets, MARE and Agricultural Implements. C. W. DECKER, MONTGOMERY'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES MANUFACTURED BY ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. F A MONTGOMERY. BusINEss ESTABLISHED 1838. CAPITAL, $250,000. THE A. P. COOK CO., Limited, J. W. DAVIS, OF BROOKLYN, MICHIGAN. General Merchandise, Real Estate, Owner of the Celebrated Brooklyn Herd of Shorthorns. Florist and Fruit Grower. PERCY T. COOK Chairman. GEORGE S. COOK, Secretay. FRANK H. CooK, Treasuier. Branch Office: 53 Campau Build'g, Detroit, Mich. DSONU E. J. SOUTHWORTH, PHIL. SEEWALD, *al Fire& Life Insurance Agent. Jeweler. IGHT CLOTHING HOUSE. ____ ____M. M. MAXSONv iid Caps, 1 Furnishings, GJ J PRKINSA s and Valises, Druggist and Apothecary. and Shoe,., Proprietor. D 'r Goods. ) STEGER BROTHERS, A. LOYSTER & SON. lers in Fresh and Salt Meats. PROPRIETORS OF Ice Dealers. HUDSON CREAMERY. ysters, Fish, Game and Vegetables. Dealers in Butter, Eggs and Poultry. r HUDSON MARBLE WORKS. N. LANE, WILLIAM KLINKERT, Proprietor. MANUFACTURER OF DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF LE A A ITE MSteam Engines and General Repairing. 5LE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS. s t L 53 High Street. Also Abott's Little Giant Hub Borers. THE HUDSON GAZETTE, AO OPDYKE, FINE BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. CHlCH OF THE SACRED HEART, DEALER IN W. T. B. SCH.RMERHORN'S SONS, PROP'S. A. H. B. NACY, Pastor. Lm er, Lath, Shingles, etc. Established 1858 by W. T. B. S. G. R. BEARDSELL. E. L. PLY1PrON. C. H. STROUD, 0. R. PIERCE, EIANFACI:RI~ AD DALE INDEALER IN BEARDSELL & PLYMPTON, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN Marble and Granite Monumental Work. Produce, Green Apples, C DEALERS IN Lowest Estimates given on oil Work. Dressed Hogs, Butter and Eggs. Poultry a Specialty. Groceries, Drugs, Paints, Oils, &c. Call and gei Prices before Placing Order. Cold Storage. Ro-CoE BEAN. Pre". H. G. CHAMBERLIN, V. Pres. & Treas. R. R. JOHNSON, Sec. TI L. FRENSDORF & SON, THE BEAN CHAMBERLIN MFG. CO., MANUFACTURERS OF GRAIN, WOOL AND SEEDS. IRON FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Good SE Riding and Walking Plows, Spray Pumps and Lawn Mowers. EDWIN EATON, F. S. RICHARDS, G. W. RICE, DEALER IN A Physician and Surgeon. BOOTS AND SHOES. Physician aud Surgeon.; M. NIX, R. A. BEACH & CO., DEALERS IN Physician and Surgeon. BOOTS AND SHOES. A. E. CARTER, D. D. NICHOLS, PROPRIETOR OF THE )NTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Hudson Carriage & Wagon Manufactory. Repairing a Specialty and all Work Warranted. cturer of all kinds of Building Material. First-class Hand Made Carriages and Wagons also a Specialty. FIE NEW HUDSON HOUSE. GRANT FELLOWS. BERT CHANDLER. A. H. LANE, Proprietor. FELLOWS & CHANDLER, Lmple Rooms. Rates, $2.00 per day. Attorneys-at-Law. Special Rates over Sunday. THE HUDSON POST. E. R. SWAIN, 11 Kinds of Job Printing. CARRITT & STEUERWALD, Proprietors. DEALER IN GENERAL PRODUCE.

Page  28 28 BUSINESS CARDS OF TEOL LILLEY,, BIDWELL & CO.,~ BANKERS. THE Lucius LILILEY, Pres. LESTER P. TRrIBOU, Carbier. TCLME HEAD S. C. STACY, Proprietor. TIFFANY IRON WORKS. Manufacturers ofBrick & Tile Machinery. E.tablished 1850. GEORGE S. TIFFANY, President. JOHN J. OUR, 0. Q. JONES, W. A. FROST, Druggist and Chemist, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. DEALER 10 R I to 12 A.M. OFFICE HOURS: 3 to 5 P. M. Physician and Surgeon. Pure Drugs, Chemicals, Fancy and Toilet Articles, 7 to 9 P. M. Choice Perfumes, Soaps, Brushes, Sponges, etc. Bidwell Block. ANDERSON BROS., ANDERSON & CO., SAMUEL CATLIN, Successors to DEALERS IN A. ANDERSON & SONS, DRY GOODS AND CARPETS. R PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Choice Family Groceries. S W Anderson. F. Rosacrans. B. P. ANDERSON. E. B. ANDERSON. John L. Anderson. J. A. Bo( C. A. WRIGHT & CO., B. F. STEINHOFF, J. F. JENKINS, 4 DEALER IN Dentist. Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils and Physician and Surgeon. Wall Paper. GLOBE FLOURING MILLS. GEO. HEESEN & SON, W. J. ARNOLD, BRANDS: DEALERS IN PROPRIETOR OF Fancy Patent Staves Heading Wm. HAYDEN Dow Drop. M. Clothing, Hats and Caps, THE STAR BAKERY. XXXX Globe. Manufactory. Proprietor. G LEl Empire oty. { And Gents' Furnishings. Groceries and Confectionery. C. A. SLAYTON, THE H. McCLURE CO., J. S. TEMPLE. S. MCCLURE. HENRY SMITH. 4 )MSEH. W. W. MARSH, Dealer in Fresh and Salt Meats. Poultry, Lard, etc. C. F2. FIELD, Editor and Proprietor. LILLEY HOUSE. LIVERY. TELEPHONE. C. F. PATTERSON, Proprietor. X. W. MILLS, CHARLES BURRIDGE, PUBLISHER. Attorney-at-Law. BOYD & ROOT, STRONG & McNAIR, PROPRIETORS OF AISIN FLOURING MILLS. CLOTHIERS & GENTS' FURNISHINGS. CD. M. L. ROOT. C. M. WOODWARD, JAMES W. WIGHTMAN, Attorney-at-Law. Physician and Surgeon. ^ ^^^ PhyscianandSurgon. Practice in all Courts of State. ALFRED JAMES, GEORGE HOWELL, ^ERAL INSURANCE AGENT. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON, AVERY & CO., DEALER IN TEMPLE, McCLURE & CO., AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, DEALERS IN WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN FAR: HoaAes a es their Season. Groceries, Provisions, Crockery, LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLE, Grain, Flour, Feed, Salt, Seeds, Coal and Lime. Glassware. Sash, Doors, Mouldings and Brackets. J. MONTAGUE, HENRY NYLAND, JOHN C HAZLETT, DEALER IN Toys, Notions, Fancy Goods, Crockery DEALER IN and Glassware. BOOTS AND SHOES. Merchant Tailor. ALSO MOULDINGS. Manufac MALCOLM WILKES, MAI JAMES LOWRY, g A BY H. W. STEVENS, RED WILKES, A sire of more 2.30 peformers in i89i and 1892 than any other horse GROCERIES, PROVISITONS, living. ist dam, izzie Vandal, the dam of Gladiator, sire of the GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Produce Dealer. dam of Lula B 2.20; by John Morgan, whose dam was by AbdalPr e DeJC alertl. lah I., 2d dam ~usie, dam of Hambletonian Margrave, 2.34, grand- Highest Crockery, Glassware. dam ofHambrino, 2.2iV4, sire ofDelmurch, 2.ii%, by Imp. Mar- Hickori Crckry Gaswaegrave. Send for catalogue. r/1* ikr T. R. KYLE, Tecumseh, Mich. TECUMSEH CELERY CO., WM. McCOWAN, E. L. RUSSELL, Growers and Shipjers Choice White Dealer in all kinds of Plume Celery. Furniture and Undertaking. -Hoi Grower of Choice Celery. 3 ^^^^^, Grwro hieClr.Win. Demott, Pres. 0. P. Bills, Y. Pres, S, W. Anderson, Sec. and Treas. E, J. Hollister, Manager. TRUNKS AND VALISES. LENAWEE CARRIAGE FACTORY, JAMES ELLIOTT, TE B. F. REYNOLDS, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN GENERAL Carriages, Buggies, Market Wagons, Grain and Stock Dealer Track Skeletons, Sulkies, Harness, etc. And Auctioneer. J. R. HIALEY, Proprietor. Horseshoeing a Specialty. PRAIRIE SIDE CELERY CO.. JAMES H. JONES, PRODUCERS OF JOSEPH RUSSELL, Mann The Red Crescent Brands of Celery. Merchant Tailor. J. M. Bittman, Grower of Choice Celery. Ri( P. W. A. Fitzsimmons, 3 Special PartnershipE. A. Daisher, DEALER IN (Successors to W. F. Anderson.) M PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS. DEALERS IN Fancy Groceries. Groceries, Crockery and Glassware. L.arge Cold Storage on Premises. HENRY SMITH, J. S. KINNEY, PROPRIETOR OF MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN. ^ TECUMSEH PAPER MILLS. FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING. turer of all kinds of Wrapping Paper. LTIN A. ZIMMERMAN & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF LEMON BARNES, HICKORY HANDLES. Axe Handles a Specialty.-" PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Cash Price paid for Second Growth r, cut 38 inches long. Write for prices. 27 East Pottawatainie Street. THOMAS ELLIOTT, WM. S. COMPORT, MANUFACTURER OF MANUFACTURER OF BRICK AND TILE, TTTI*m A T~i ^. ^Two Miles Southeast.;e Whiffletrees, Road Carts, etc. First-class Tile carefully selected for Patrons at General Blacksmithing. Reasonable Prices.;CUMSEH CREAMERY CO., WILLIAM J. OSBORN, MANUFACTURERS OF BREEDER OF CE CREAMERY BUTTER. Short Horn Cattle and Fine Wool Sheep. M. J. TREMAIN, Manager. Stock always for sale three miles West. I. B. RICHART, C. D. BILLS, facturer of Wagons & Carriages chart's Hay and Stock Racks. Stock Farm. General Repairing.

Page  29 BUSINESS CARDS OF TECUMSEI^ FOUNTAIN CELERY CO., TEMPLE MFG. COMPANY, 0. M. PALMER & CO., GROWERS CHOICE CELERY. RETAIL DEALERS IN GROWERS Wn.De Mott. E. J. Hollister. Coal, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, WHITE PLUME CELERY. G. A. Retihife Farl 0. hre. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Glass and Nails. 0. M. PALMER. WM. THURLBY. LEVI L. BOWEN, CELERY GROWER. Celery Farm four Miles West of Tecumseh, in Franklin Township. BUSINESS CARDS OF MA MILAN SAGE, B. S. SCIDDER, W. S. MORDEN, Manufacturer of DEALER IN Physician and Surgeon. Tile and Brick, Slat and Wire Fencing. Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, 0 P o Also Feed Mill. Hats and Caps. Or Pennington Corners. YARD: One-half mile east of Pennington Corners. Hardware, Drugs, Notions, etc. BUSINESS CARDS OF HOL H. H. OSGOOD, JEROME PULLMAN, C. G. FLORAN( DEALER IN Dealer in General Merchandise. DEALER IN GRAIN AND WOOL. Drugs, Groceries, Static '-Continued. 29 WILLIAM DOVE, JACOB CHEEVER, &OWER OF CHOICE CELERY. Southwest of City, Raisin Township. Restaurant and Saloon. CON. LAKE RIDGE W. P. COTTON, Easlick Tile and Brick Works Registered Pharmacist. and Saw Mill. Also Postmaster. ALEX. EASLICK, Proprietor. Manufacturer of Tile, Brick and Lumber. LOWAY. `E, LEWIS C. WINSHIP, MANUFACTURER OF )nery, Etc. Hard and Soft Wood Lumber. BUSINESS CARDS OF PALMYRA. MITCHELL & SONS, CHARLES R. KEEBER, H. I. BALDJWI-NV MANUFACTURERS OF DEALER IN Gene Coarse and Fine Wrapping Papers. Justice of the Peace. Dry Goods, Hardware, Choice Family All Orders Filled Promptly. Groceries, Tobaccos, Cigars, Oils, etc. BUSINESS CARDS OF RIGA. WM. P. CORBET. PHILLIP KARNER. Established x861. ADAM DREHER, CORBET & KARNER, DEALERS IN TRINITY EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES, CHURCH. FURNITURE. GRAIN. Hardware, Stoves, Farm Implements, Buggies, Carts, Wm. KROENCKE Pastor F Lime, etc. AUGUST C. GLASEWM. F. WEGNER, MAT. REHKLAUI DEALER IN SALOON AND RESTAURANT. Contractor and Builder. Drug; Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, Hardware, Notions, etc. Choice Liquors, Wines and Cigars. Also Wagon Builder. A. J. CRANE, OGDL Station Agent and Telegraph Operator L. S. & M. S. R'x. LENAWEE JUNCTION. C. C. WHITMARSJH, GEO. W. FREEMAN, ral Insurance and Life, Agent Proprietor of Palmyra Saw Mill. Farmer's Mutual. Manufacturer of Hard Wood Lumber. Liso Postmaster. OGDEN'. OGDEN CENTER. S. A. JOHNSON & CO., W. B. MYERS, DAESI DEALERS IN Manufacturer of Dry Goods, Drugs and Groceries. ULL CREAM CHEESE. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, etc. Hardware, Crockery, Boots and Shoes. F. S. PHILLIPS, A. J. PENCE, Dealer in Dry Goods and Groceries, B, Groceries, Guns, Revolvers, J Goewel, etc. Boots & Shoes, Hardware & Fancy Notions, jewelry, etc. r ad Di E r Confectionery, Cigars and Tobacco. Surveyor and Drain Engineer. JAMES A. DUNBAR & SON, 4N BRICK AND TILE WORKS.. F. W G, Pop. Proprietors of Ridge Cheese Factory. GEO. F. WOTRING, Proprietor. r0 -lant situated o1k Section 21. Three and a half miles Southeast of Jasper. Eureka Cheese Factory. Post-office, Jasper.

Page  30 30 BUSINESS CARDS OF BLIS F. H. BROWN & CO., Established 1873. JIPSON, CARTER & CO., PHIl DEALERS IN GILMORE & CO., Bankers ^Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes & Clothing. Bankers, W. C. JIPSON. R C. CARTER. WAG02 W. C. JI. R.. C. GEO. R. CARPENTER. B. M. BROWN. A. S. GILMORE. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY. H. B. HATHAWAY, WM. ROTHFUSS & CO., PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE, Manufacturer and I)ealer in DEALERS IN Lumber, Lath and Shingle. Groceries, Crockery, Hardware & Harness WR F OF^, Propr.E Farm Implements, Wagons, Buggies. Good Sample Rooms. In East Blissfield. PLANING MILL. COLLINS &R KARNER, DEALERS IN J. R. CARPENTER, R. M. ECCLES, STATI Drugs and Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dealer in Groceries and Provisions, Wall Paper, etc. Ck G e Physician and Surgeon. E Also Dealers in Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, etc. PRATT & CO., GEO. A. SMEAD, BUYERS AND E. H. PLUNKETT, DEALER IN Forwarders of Grain and Seed. RESTAURANT AND SALOON. A Kn of L Stock Highst rics Pid!All Kinds of Live Stock. Highest Prices Paid I.SChoice Wines, Liquors and Cigars-iiA SEE US BEFORE SELLING! Also Wool. COLLINS, RANDALL & ROUSE, BLISSFIELD MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS C. E. STAFFORD, F. D. MOHR, Proprietor. P i a DEALERS IN Monuments and Headstones a Specialty. STOC P Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Cut Building Stone, etc. (Homceopathic.) Estimates Given on all kinds of Work. General Building Supplies. Also Coal. Before placing order call and see me. WM. R. WILCOX, T. B. LILLIE. B. F. LILLIE. B. M. AUSTIN, DEALER IN LILLIE BROTHERS, Agricultural Implements GENERAL MILK DEALERS. Dealer in Groceries and Provisions. -. - _Agent of UT. S. Express Co. And Steam Threshers. Dairy on Carpenter Farm. GEO. L. HOXSIE9 C. E. ROGERS. A. S. BusH. E. PHELPS. Manufacturer of F. W. SAMSEN, BLISSFIELD CANNING CO., ITI SF1 ELD.|.LIPS HARDWARE CO., Ltd. A. C. BARTHOLOMEW, irdware, Groceries, Crockery. DEALER IN F URNITURE.;s, BUGGIEs, FARM IMPLEMENTS. Funeral Director and Practical Embalmer. Established 1848. F. 1). LAMB, W. A. CLARK & SON, ISCRIPTION DRUGGIST., *IT p ** Dealer in Groceries, Meats & Provisions. Dealers in Paints and Oils. C. W. BACK, Headquarters for PETER FISHER, ONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES. libles and Albums, Tablets, etc. Justice of the Peace. Also Postmaster. W. E. SCRIBER, OLIVER H. HOLT, DEALER IN Physician and Surgeon. Wind Mills and Wind Mill Supplies. WM. SLACK, FRED. CANNON MANUFACTURER AND 'K DEALER AND SHIPPER.,, DEALER IN CARRIAGES AND WAGONS. Farm, three miles southwest of city. e Blcsiihn. General Blacksiuithing'. GEO. E. BLIVEN, H. PETERS, DEALER IN Real Estate. DRUGGIST AND JEWELER. W. F. RODGERS, ENGINES, SHAFTING, ETC. Wholesale Canners. Publisher " Advance, also Job Printing. Groce( Also Hoxsie's Picket Saw Mills. CORN, BEANS, TOMATOES, SQUASH. BUSINESS CARDS OF DEE W. F. WEISINGER, B. F. WILCOX, L. SMITH & CO., DEALER IN DEALER IN Dealers in Dry Goods and Groceries, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Deale Goe M e FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens, etc. Crockery, and Garlan. And Grain Dealer. Also Salt Fish and Fruits in Season, Notions. Gents' Furnishing Goods. JAMES MANNING & SON, WEBSTER BLISS, N. MANLY, BOOKS AND STATIONERY. DEA DEALERS IN DRUGS AND GROCERIES. Physician and Surgeon. Manufacturer of Harness. ST. ALPHONSUS' CHURCH, GEO. McLACHLIN, Mant L. J. WICART, Pastor. Postmaster. Pn DEALER IN ries, Crockery and Hardware. IRFIELD. P; TIMMINS, N. D. YALE, in Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, etc. d Stoves and Ranges the World's Best. Physician and Surgeon. E. E. BURNHAM, GEORGE E. AIKEN, DEALER IN LER IN FURNITURE Drr Goods, Notions, Groceries, etc. Live Stock and Wool. And Funeral Director. Highest Market Price Paid for Farm Produce of aff Kinds. W. T. ATKIN, ifacturer of Brick and Tile. t on River Raisin Road, two and a half miles southwest of Deerfield.

Page  31 BUSINESS CARDS OF CLI A. B. VAN DE MARK & CO., SMITH, RICHMOND & CO., S. F. MARSTELLAR, DEALERS IN PROPRIETOR OF LIGHTANDHEAVY HARDWARE.nk Clinton Steam Granite & Marble Works. Dn Agricultural Implements and Seeds. E.SIh.B IUOD x.pnn S. KIMBALL. L. W. KIMBALLCash. Monument, Tablets and all kinds of A. B. VAN DE MARK. J. B. WELLS. Cemetery Work. CLINTON WOOLEN MFG. CO., JERSEYS. BAINBRIDGE & HAUISE, CREAMERY. MANUFACTURERS OF DEALERS INPlain and Fancy Cassimeres.- cowA Chill, Furniture & Undertaking Supplies. VIPEY R ARDS W. S. KIMBALL A. C. HUNTINGTON, Supt. John T. Clark, Proprietor. F. BROWN. A. F. KISHPAUGH. F. D. LANCASTER, BROWN & KISHPAUGH, JOHN E. WHITE., t CLOTHING & GENTS' FURNISHINGS. Stoves, Hardware and Tinware. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Mant Hats, Caps, etc. Agricultural Implements, etc. Office Hours: 8 to io A.M., i to 3 and 7 to 9 P.M. Builders' Hardware a Specialty. C B. 0. RANDALL & CO., DEALERS IN DRUGS, GROCERIES AND CROCKERY. Wall Paper, Stationery, Fancy Goods, etc. BUSINESS CARDS OF CLA EXCHANGE BANK, J. M. JUDSON. A. H. HAWKINS. TSACTS A JUDSON & HAWKINS, C DEALERS IN DEALERS IN GENERAL ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ DALR BAINNUINS. _. -.~_ ~ GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Drugs, Groceries, Wall Paper, Stationery HAY, GRAIN AND SEEDS. JOHN JOHNSON, Pres. W. W. CooKE, Cash. and School Books. W. C. AIKtN, John B. Kessler, Postmaster. SELLECK & AVIS, TKES8LER & BALES, GRIST AND SAW MILL. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. DEALERS IN General Hardware, Lumber, Lime, Manufacturers of Mahe Kd Be Stoves, Cement, Coal. Hard Wood Lumber. Also Heading Works. Cashier and Bookkeeper. Stoves, Tinware, Agricultural Implements. Dealers in Grain, Flour and Feed. NTON. 31 E. W. FREESE & SON, JOHN L. TUTTLE, DEALERS IN ^,... ^Physician and Surgeon. y Goods, Boots and Shoes. P E. W. FREESE. G. W. FREESE. Chicago Street. FRANK L. WOODWARD, (Successor to D. Woodward & Son, C. D. CUTTING, MANUFACTURER OF d Steel and Combination Plows, Plow Castings, etc. POSTMASTER. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. A. G. BURTON, Emerson's Sectional Pulley, HESS' HAY AND GRAIN SLINGS, Facturer of Burton's Land Roller. AND Ness' Patent Swivel Carriers for Fork or Slngs. Carriage and Wagon Repairing. Manufactured by ENERAL BLACKSMITHING. W. W. HESS. This pulley can be attached to all first-class Carriers. YTONI LENAWEE COUNTY CREAMERY, VERY AND SALE STABLE, rTn ^ R AJ. L. PERKINS, Proprietor. Manufacturer of Fancy Butter, Clover E. H. BAKER, Propr. Leaf Brand. J. L. Perkins, Justice of the Peace. N. PERKINS, F. X. JELSCH, DEALER IN.. ~,, -COMMERCIAL HOUSE, urniture, Wall Paper, etc.C Sample Rooms and Livery. Also Funeral Director. W. C. FLUKE, SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE. Groceries, Stoves, Paints, Oils and Varnishes. Plows and Plow Repairs. Peninsular Furnaces, Stoves and Ranges. e BUSINESS CARDS OF BR F. BROWN. L. A. BROWN. KNIFFEN & TRIPP, F. BROWN & SON, SAMUEL UNDERWOOD, DEALERS IN MANUFACTURERS AND Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Gloves, DEALER IN LIVE STOCK. Dealer in Hard d L. and Mittens, Gents' Furnishing DEAL Dealers in Hardwood Lumber. Goods, Hats and Caps. Breeder of Poland china Hogs. DRAI COMPLETE LINE OF JEWELRY. OSGOOD'S MILLS, WILL. C. BABCOCK,, Manufacturers of Cider & Apple Jelly DEALER IN In their Season. Drugs, Groceries & General Merchandise. Also Grinds all kinds of Feed. E. W. OSGOOD, Proprietor. BUSINESS CARDS OF RID' DARIUS W. LOREE, R. H. NELSON, Physician and Surgeon. Physician and Surgeon. ITTON. IRVING S. OSBORNE, WILLIAM UNDERWOOD, Dealer in Live Stock, Grain & Wool. ER IN HARD WOOD LUMBER. Also Shippers. JOHN BRITTON, POSTMASTER. GE WAY. F. J. TEMPLE, Druggist.

Page  32 32 BUSINESS CARDS OF MO Established 1869. W. W. CRABBS, C. C. WAKEFIELD & CO.'S BANK S. HUMPHREY, DEALER IN Dpa TRA NSACT S TRANSACTSDealer in Clothing, Boots and Shoes, A General Banking Business. DRY GOODS AND CARPETS. Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods. E L (CHARLES C. WAKEFIELD. C. A. WILSON, Cashier. Fancy Goods and Notions. JOHN KELLOGG & BUCK, C. M. BUTLER, N. H. BAILEY, PROPRIETORS OF PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONMORENCI ROLLER MILLS. Physician and Surgeon. Make Brands of Flour not excelled anywhere. H. H. SPENCER & CO., H. E. GREEN, PEGG & WILSON, DEALER IN DEALERS IN DEALERS IN SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE, | Drugs, Groceries and Wall Paper. Drugs, Groceries, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Sash and Doors. T h Thresher Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, etc. Wall Paper, Crockery, Tobacco, Cigars, etc. Jewel Stoves, Ranges, etc. D. L. GOODREMONT, A. E. ALLEN. V. ALLEN. F. CROOKTON, Mani Manufacturer and Dealer in MORENCI OBSERVER. Dealer in Groceries and Provisions. EVAPORATED FRUITS. Published every Saturday by Allen Bros. T u Crockery, Cigars and Tobacco. Also Potash. Founded by E. D. Allen. F. E. BENJAMIN, C. A. BLAIR, ARETUS.HOMES, C Dealer in General Merchandise. Physician and Surgeon. LIVERY AND SALE STABLE. BUSINESS CARDS OF ONSTEDI SPRINOVILLE. RENCI. BANK OF MORENCI. E. B. BUTLER & CO., General Banking Business. DEAIERS IN BARIER..H. GATES, E. H. RORICK. Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods, C. RORICK. Cashier. H. E. GREEN. Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, etc. D. S. WILLIAMS, MICHIGAN BRICK AND TILE MACHINE CO. DEALER IN (Incorporated.) MANUFACIURERS OF UMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, CLAY WORKING MACHINERY. Coal, Lime and Cement. JAMES F. CLARK, Pres. J. 1I. CAMPBELL, Sec. & Treas. P. CODDINGTON, E. B. RORICK, DEALER IN DEALER IN -RICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. General Hardware, Stoves, Tinware 's, Engines, Lumber, Church and School Fur- and Builders' Materials. niture, etc. EDWARD CLARK, facturer and Dealer in Brick F. A. PARTRIDGE, and Tile. erior Quality of Clay used and facilities of the Tonsorial Artist. rst order for manufacturing enable us to produce the very best. S. A. SCOFIELD & SON, SENECA STATION. DEALERS IN i. C. WHITE, Postmaster. FURNITURE AND CARPETS. Dealer in General Merchandise. Funeral Directors. ROLLiN. DEVIL'S LAKE. MARVIN A. LADD, ONSTED & WEMPLE, CASE & ONSTED, GENERAL BLACKSMITHING Dealers in Grain, Lumber, Salt, Lime, Dealers in all kinds of AND Clover and Timothy Seeds. DaesialkndofLive Stc.ADDry G Wagon and Machine Repairing. HOWARD & HAND, CHARLES E. JESSUP, J. E. GIBBS, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALER IN DEALER IN C^ Dealers in Lumber, Brick and Tile. D IC. GROCERIES AND MEDICINES, Also Planing Mill. General Merchandise and Groceries. One and a half miles South of Onsted. China and Glassware. ONSTED HOTEL, G. W. ROSS, FREDERICK A. DESERMIA, Proprietor. Livery and Feed Stable Attached. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. W ROME CENTER GENEVA. TIPTON.LW( E. J. ROSS, E. A. CLARK, OHCON, DEALER IN Dealer in General Merchandise.,. o BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. B A SOUTH SHORE OF ROUND LAKE. And General Supplies. P. M. BATES, W. B. TOWN, DEALER IN DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. GROCERIES. NOTIONS. PLEASANT GROVE HOTEL W. M. CLARK, At Allen's Landing. J. B. ALLEN, Proprietor. oods, Groceries, Shelf Hardware. South Shore. MARVIN UNDERWOOD, ALLEN'S DEVIL'S LAKE HOTEL. TENERAL BLACKSMITHING J. B. ALLEN, Proprietor. And Horseshoeing. North Shore of Devil1s Lake. H. W. HOWD, DEALER IN ool Seeds, and Live Stock. DODSTOCK. WINDOM. F. H. WHITAKER, WM. HYNDMAN, Manufacturer and Dealer in 'HYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Hardwood, Lumber, White Ash, Butter Tubs, Basswood Heading and General Merchandise.

Page  33 BUSINESS CARDS OF ADE F. B. KLINE. A. K. DEAN. GEO. A. SMITH, KLINE & DEAN, A. J. KEMPTON, DEALERS IN Banker. SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE, JEWELER, JOB PRINTER, Farm Tool, P Lime, Sash and Doors. And Pubiher of tCollections Promptly Attended To. Builders' Material a Specialty. AZARIEL SMITH, Cashier. FT GEORGE TANSLEY, F. A. SAUNDERS & SON, 0. B. BOWEN, FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKER. SaManufacturer and Dealer in Harnesses, Sw ad PRobes, Blankets, etc. Dealer in Notions and Fancy Goods. Manufacturers Bee Keeping Supplies. Dry FULL LINE OF CARRIAGES. HOWD & BROOKS, DEALER IN Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, etc. BUSINESS CARDS OF WE W. C. SMITH,, H. C. ETAN, JEROME CAMP, WHOLESALE DEALER IN NOTARY PUBLIC, DRUGI | Green & Evaporated Apples & Vinegar. Dealer in all kinds of Live Stock. Conveyancer and Collecting Agent. i~Ch J. B. VAIL. W. C. SMITH. S. E. JACKSON. E B. LEE VAIL, SMITH & JACKSON, DEALER IN MANUFACTrURERS OF Hardware, Stoves, Builders' Material, DEAI Thi' Veston WVi-Il anl Vini-Ifil Reinlators, Lime, Ready-mixed Paints, etc.. Wagoni Anti-Freezing Float Valves, Water Tanks, etc. Eave Troughing a Specialty. Road I Dealers in Pumps, Piping, Hydrants, etc. Also Manufacturer of Carriages, Wagons and Sleighs. Carts. BUSINESS CARDS OF FAIR )ISON. 33 A. SMITH, L. H. BEDELL, (Successor to G. A. SMITH.) ADDISON ROLLER MILLS, TREATS AND CURES CANCERS. DEALER IN Has a famous remedy for the removal of cancer without the use of knife, loss of blood, and little pain, as -OUR, FEED AND GRAIN. many can testify that he has cured. LEGRAND J. SMITH, HOWD & BROOKS, DEALERS IN DEALER IN Goods and General Merchandise. GRAIN, SEED AND WOOL. Pay Highest Market Price in Cash.;STON. E. C. PORTER & SON, R. D. BROWER. ELLIS LEPPER. BROWER & LEPPER, DEALERS IN 3, GROCERIES AND PRODUCE. Proprietors of Weston Roller Mills, AND DEALERS IN oice Teas and Coffees a Specialty. Wheat, Oats, Corn and Hard Wood Lumber. VAIL & HOLDEN, Successors to J. B. Vail..ERS IN FARM IMPLEMENTS. B, Oils, Pumps, Bicycles, (, Harness, Guns, Ammunition, Tagons, Hardware, And First-Class Wind Mills. Farm Machinery. FIELD. WHITE BROS., F. GRANDY, Proprietors of 0. H. ALGER, DEALER IN The Fairfield Planing Mills. DEALER IN Oak, V AlsoMnfacrersp. G l Merchandise. Drugs and Groceries, Jewelry & Notions, Dealers In Coffins, Caskets, etc. Paints, Oils, Wall Paper and Stationery. MAY CHEESE FACTORY, RAPP & STOWELL, General Blacksmithing and Horse- Fairfii W. F. MAY, Proprietor. shoeing. Manufa; BUSINESS CARDS OF JASPER. CONE BROS., L. LOWE. A. A. GOODSELL & CO., LOWE & MABEE, DEALERS IN Proprietors of Hardware, Farm Implements, Druggists and Grocers. THE JASPER ROLLER B DEALERS IN Wagons, Buggies and Harness. A. A. GOoDsELL. IRA GOODSELL. Flour, Feed and Lumi ACME CHEESE FACTORY. E. S. HAGAMAN, J. H. GREEN, Propr. Three and a half miles south and half mile. Dealer in Grain etc. west of Jasper. R. C. FULLER, B. E. PEEBLES, DEALER IN PROPRIETOR OF Valnut, Ash and Hickory Lumber. Proprietor of Railroad Flouring Mills. FAIRFIELD CHEESE FACTORY. ar Attention given to Furnishing Bill's Car Lumber. Wholesale Dealer in Cheese and Apples. WARREN A. BAILEY, PROPRIETOR OF Id Planing Mill and Cheese Box Factory.:turers of Hard and Soft Wood Lumber. SAND CREEK. J. C. MABEE. TOLFORD & TOLFORD, (ILLS. Saw Mill, Feed Mill & Planing Mill. Dealers in Hard Wood Lumber. Ler. J. P. TOLFORD, Postmaster and Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Notions. Drugs and Medicines.

Page  34 COLdIEGE, I II I; l Adrian, Mich. I I DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION. I. COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, LITERATURE AND ARTS. Four four-year courses. Degrees: B. A., B. Ph., B. Sc., B. Lit. Also post-graduate courses and degrees. II. PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. Prepares for this or any other college. III. NORMAL DEPARTMENT FOR TEACHERS. IV. MUSIC SCHOOL, VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL. Degree: B.M. V. COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. With Departments of Book-Keeping, Short-Hand and TypeWriting. VI. SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY FOR THOSE PREPARING FOR THE CHRISTIAN MINISTRY. FOR BOTH SEXES. CHRISTIAN, BUT NON-SECTARIAN. Being a first-class college and a home institution, Adrian College appeals strongly to the patrons of higher education in Lenawee County. Numbers of the leading men in Lenawee County and outside to-day have been students in this institution. VII. SCHOOL OF ART. Including Painting, Drawing, Etc. iI I~i I i j j For fuller information as to courses of study, expenses, etc., send for a catalogue. INSTRUCTORS AND OFFICERS. JOSEPH F. McCULLOCH, M.A., B. Ph., President, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, and in charge of the Department of Psychology, Logic, and History of Philosophy. B.A., Adrian College, 1883; B.Ph., 1884, and M.A., i889; Student in Johns Hopkins University, 1884-85; Instructor in Michigan University, 1887-88, Fellow in Clark University, 1889-o0. j! COST OF A COLLEGE EDUCATION. GEORGE B. McELROY, M.A., P h.D.......................................................................................................................... Professor of Mathematics. B.A., Madison College, 1853, and MNI.A., 1853; D.D., Waynesburg College, 187I; Ph.D., Westminster College, z878; Professor of Mathematics and Natural Science, Madison College. F. B. SHORT, Professor of Instrumental Music. Miss FANNY M. RYAN, Instructor in History and English Literature. WILBERT FERGUSON, M.A., Professor of Greek. B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University, 5879; M.A., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1883. JAMES D. H. CORNELIUS, M.A., Professor of Latin, and in charge of Department of Greek. B.A., Michigan University, 1865; M.A., Michigan University, 1868; Principal Ann Arbor High School, i865; Superintendent of Fentonville Schools, I871; Superintendent Jonesville Schools, 1874; Professor of Greek and Latin, Illinois State Normal University, 1882. WALTER H. HOWARD, M.S., B.Ph., Professor of Chemistry and Physics, and Instructor in French. B.S., Adrian College, i883, and B.Ph., 1884; Student in the Laboratory at Harvard University, 1883; M.S., Adrian College, 1888. GEORGE B. McELROY, D.D., Dean of the Theological School and Amos Professor of Systematic Theology. W. H. CARRIER, Principal of the School of Commerce. Miss BELLE M. HAMILTON, Lady Principal and Instructor in Vocal Music and Art. Miss MILDRED GRAHAM, B.Ph., Instructor in Zoology and Botany. LEWIS H. RICHARDS, Instructor in the Normal Department. MRS. JEANNETTE BENNETT, Instructor in the School of Commerce. W. H. HOWARD, Secretary of the Faculty and Financial Secretary. MRS. S. D. KINGSLEY, in charge of the Boarding Hall. W. FERGUSON, 3 Library Committee. J. D. H. CORNELIUS, It does not cost so much as it once did to be a college student. The mul*..................................................................................................................... - tiplication of colleges and the liberality of the friends of education have brought the great privilege within the reach of almost every aspiring young man or young woman. Adrian College offers a friendly hand to those that are struggling upward. Besides, her regular charges in the literary departments are only $28.80 per year. t-w4 -e - - - a t I 11 I- - - f -.

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Roln. Hawkins, J. Henry. Qae. Hess, Thomas B., Eat Bne Hitchings, Chas. & sylva.Tw al Holbrook Wm..Hdo. Horton, W/M... aio Hoewd, Betsey E.......ili Howd, Orren A....... liarknevss Jerry......Gnv Ruff, John.........lyo Hoag, Thomias W dio Hughes, S.- B.......Qae HiUl Asa J......... tli Hazle~tt, M.A......aio Hicks, aradN.R).. om... Hicks, Roswell UI. (N.S).~Rm H. d To.nBal. H Va.o. (N. R. n Harlow, Loulisa (N. U)..Gnv Jenkins, S. M....... dio Jennings, '~ak. Town Hl Johnson, Alfred.. ~ env Johnson, 3. K.......Gnv Jackson, Thomas HI. aio Kenmpton..J uio Kempton,AnaB.. 4 Keeler, Geo. J..: Cayn Keeler,Wi....... 4 KeelerWi........' King, John........ee King, WW......Town Hl KnowlesFran P.. Qak Korte, Adolph. Kelsey, Johii......Ads Kelsey, Rlobt. S amWmn. a..::::Q~e Lamnb, E. C........ Lamb, Mary J....... uk Langdon, Charles. onHl Lewin, Thms..... uak Linsnor, John........nv Linsuor, Jsu. Lane,,C Ob!e. ddiso Lockwood, S. P...... Rli Loinbard, S. C........ dio Lombard, Geo. H.. Ludluui, J. 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M..o.ds.tock 41 20 i Haight, Bros...... 32 40MG Wurster, Christopher... ". 2 51 Binns, Charles D. Addison..21, 2-2 120 Dalsy, Joe. Y..........Addison 17 8o ~feet R. E.......Woodstock 3, 4, 3 Muck Whitney, Jonas." 12 12 Bluns, Daniel 20 10 Dyke, Willard..........Devil's Lake 141 3 Aopu ei ae 2~4 oo Wilcox, John, Est. ". 33 40 Bartlett Goo..........Devill's Lake 14 16ddison 19hn 2 'H eath, -C'. M. 21, 22 19 i c Welthgen. Fred..... 28 30 Bryant Clarissa..... Addison. S 53 Defay, Abram.. 31 7 dHowland, Edwin.. Wodok. 107 Mch Younigs, James. '. 13, 24 60 Beal, flhomas......Brooklyn. 13 109 Dewey, Al bert F.. Cambride. 24 106 Herald, Adami... disn. 212 al Zweidinger, John.... ". 35 40 Bates, Benjamin. Devil's Lake 34 14.50 1Every, Egbert. I Woodstock 9 168 1 H yndman, William. i Woodstock 5 INe Zuhie August. '. 34 20 Bosa, Isaac. * Addison. 32 12.60, Every, Jas. Addisun.. 31. 108 5lahwa,1 N. and P. Addison 23317Ne Zuhlke Hermn.". 34 20 IBenedi c Mry ]WY 31 1 6.46jjElswvorth, Geo. DeilsLake. VtO.v~,~.Bok Nic _________Jane.6Wostc,6 30 1!Devh MLil'sLake 2 20Iverson, Thomas... Devil's Lake 13,1 95!Nickl: 'BUMI, k. L., (N. R.)..Adrian.. 3 80Every, Mrs. John. ItWoodstock 5 1 Johnco, Edward.. 241 108 Nickl ChpaRachel..Somerset 7, 18 175 Every, Jacob.......... 4 24 Judson, C. E.......Addison 3.3 355 INickc WOODSTOCK. ak hms.....Adsn..3,3 26l~weCe......Adsn.. 29 140 1Jac~kson, Alpha...... Brooklyn. 2, 80 1 Newe Chesebro, Franklin.... Devil's Lake 34, 35 120 'Ferrell, Mrs. Julia...Devil's Lake 23 110 Jostin, Josephine.....Cambridge. 10,1ii 160 INorth C ---- leveland, James.....Addison. 32 40.501Ferrislarsrel..........Addison.. 27, 28 60 Kelley, Nelson......Woodatock. 6 80 Ne Cleveland, Mary.........it 32 40 Feris S.. 3. -Et.. IWoodstock 16 4 Kelley, Harriaon..... G Allen, Jobn B..........Devil's Lake 27, 34~ 49 Carpenter, Thos.. Woodstock 4 7.25 Freyermeth, Jacob, cn.Brooklyn. 2 80 Kelley, Percey....... 61 187 O0sbor 81 70 Obr Allan, C. W........ Woodstock 16 20 ' unter, Manson.... Devil's Lake 26, 35 197 Flint, J. S... Woodstock 6 60 Kane, H. W......'Addison 21 60 Pears AledcGo....Cmrde 1 0Cooley, Geoo.W....Smre 6, 7 75 Greenleaf, H.H. ddison. 30 80 Kane, Wm............ Devil'e Lake 35. oeret.50 aro Alderdyce, Markia 1,.12 0 Cooney, Meli.A........... 18 25 Green, Phillip..........Camhridgse 13 60 IKempton, Jane..... Addison lf1 17 11'Pelha Aldiersone, Anrkell DevlsLak Colne Meli.B... Cambridge 2 80 Green, Harvey..........11, 12 50 IKempton, Deborah. 1S 16.4 dPratt HBWdeck 310Gordon, Robert.........Addison.. 31 39 Keyes, Lorenas... "28 0ptt Anesn............ 27 102 C00ark F-rank......Devil's Lake 34 2.25~ Gates, Charles..........Devil's Lake 36 60 Keyes, Lucius. 5i ak AlJis, Geto. R., st. Adrian. 25 40 Clarkr,Bert..............33 2 Gallop & Son..........Cambridge. 1 101 Keyes, Dorms......28 to Patt4r Ambler, Wm.........Cambridge. 2 20 Oarpenter, Win. S., Est..Woodetock 5 1 Garlinghouse, I R. Devil's Lake 23 60 Kelley, Uriah......Cambridge l I 50 123IPao~ Baker, Jfugen........Addison.. 33 22.50 Cleveland, Ed..........Somerset. 18 4 alnhueA.E2340 Kempton, Mary M. Addison I 31 i16. 48Parke Babcock, R~obert....Devil's Lake 14 65.50 Carson, Mrs. D........".. 17 30 Gunn, E.. c.. Addison.. 30 68 L&Coe, Lewis S........Devil's Lake~ 261 s9 1Pears Biunn, Rich. T........Addison. 32 28 Conistock, A. A......Devil's Lak~e 36 80 Horton, Wm..Devil's Lake 344 eiGoo. T... 21. Pa BInns, Joseph.......".. 32 50 Claybrooke. Julia.... Addison.. 29 21 H[orton, Gilbert.........Addison. 19, 30 84 ~Lewis, Thus...........Woodstock. 25 995 Pears Bedell, lewls H.: Devil's La'ke 27, 34 200 Cbseesbro, Al..........Devil's Lake 26, 34 6 Horton, E. J.......: Addison. 28 40 Lewis, Judy....1.2.r. Bedell, Alva............ 22, 27 80 Cook, A. P. Co., Limited. Brookl'nM. 14,1341 Horton, J. C...........Somerset 18 66 Lumbard, Mary A..... Addison 33 80 Parke Beadell, Margare. " 25 40 Darling, Lewis S....Devil's Tae2,3 2.71 Harton, David.........Cambridge. 1, 12 140 Lucus, Isaiah......Devil' Lk~e i2 go Parke M abez..........Somerset 8, 17 80 Dernier, Goeo.............. 14, 2351 6.30 Houck, Gabriel........Woodetock. 10 40 Lair, Mrs. Edwin.... Cambridge 1, 12 106 Petes C.ee. '.. 8 63 Dernier, Fred............. 14,23 66.50 Harris, W. H.............. 10 64 Llnener, Walter.....Devil s Lake 36 20 Pitma Brok, r. Jos.. 8 103 Deruler, Caroline. 614 16 Harris, M1. B........... ii8 72 Lamb, James 21,.22 85.50.Peiba rokMrs. W. H.. Woodstock 4, 5 86 Davison, William.... Woodatock 3 144 Harris, G3. F.............9, 16 120 Morley, Manley..1 2 5 160 Peter BokUriah........... 4 96 Drake, Geo,...........Devil's Lake 13, 24 87.50 Harris, Lora.............9 80 Morgan, M1. L.......22, 17606jt TY, AS8 PER A8SSESI9MEN T OF 1892. __________ VOODSTOCIK (COrNTINED).-K- -___ --- WOODS ToCK (C~ONTINUED). WOODSTO CK (CONTINUED). PostI Office. Section., Acres.; NAMIL I fie eto.ArsNAXE. IPost Office. Section.'Ar. Addi. 32) 8 'Prhrst, Eliza.!Devil's TAke 26351 5 Sanford, G.MN....... Addison.. 28 40 rl A.G. RA.sn 325 80 jaRkhn, Jae..M MI7 I 6Sano!RunoffDeil Lkerti3.n Hugh. 1516 40.2 IDevil's Lake. 17 'Shranod, Mrs B.,Et 5, John. Deril's Lake 27 80a RuoffJre M1 I ' U ' ohn............Cambridge 2 ~ 40 Te7lWarre. Somerset. 1 8 'Henry. ' I 34 38 I Rawlo, Mrm. C......Addison 1 ~20,29,31 184.8 IThompkins, Thus. Brooklyn 3 1 130. nurtie, A. J.cdtc 80 l~awlson, Fred........." I 29 30 88 IMinney,W=m......Addison.. 0 1 12 ur,F. 76 Ha. nHave... I " 9: 3 1 1TThiell, Choins. i......1 s 6 wls, J.. Devil's Lake7 22, 231 so oe Clin,....Smeet I Thie1l1Go...::~ i,1l 8 x4 Albert A.d.on...I2.. B............Addison. 19 145 iTerrel, Leroy....Somerset. I ioo GrnileNB Macon.. 1 J....... 80 aonvilleC........)I -. 19' 50 iwabot,D]avid B.. Addison.. 1 17.25 1I.218.19 6 Traveler, Mms J... Devil's Lake; 131 15,David.........I,1 12 I~ded.....Devil's Le, 9Tnnr, Dewlitt C.36g Plasn, Thomas i Woodstock 4 4 itdsl a......Addison W0! 91,Turner, E. C............ 25,3 7 oy, F. M.......IDevil's Lake 36j 80 ilwoers, Win., (N,. IL.) " Devil's Lake! 26I04 TreJms......... 80 Dy Fed &May. 6i I SitG.W. Cmbide 12, 131 280 Terry, Hiamm.......... "22,23,27 160 iay, Mrs. Jas.... 6 2 1SmtA L, I11, 121 174 iTerpeny, John..........Addison 19 i, 30, 94 1, T.H..........Addisn 30. 86 SithHomer.2 ~reyJms1 2 Cal.....Woodstock. 590 ISmith, W.W.......Devi jerinaes....... I9s 120 William. Cambridge. 1, 121 100 18wartout, James & Son VWnodetock 6 160~o~~L......DvlsLk 4 1N......Woodstock. 9, 16! 146 Alwartont, John ho.. rmbuln, Sarah Cambridg' e. 3.5 1.50 Trmul ae.....abde. 12 41 R. T........... Addison. 311 A01mtGo. ddison6 in onS IDvi' ae 2 0II0 ~An, S 40 Truimbull. Jul............. 12 25 nJhS. Del'Lae 214 mthF.Hart......311 159 Taylor, W. F......Brooklyn.I 2 63 Me T. 5! 10 mihC.321 10 Terry, Geor........Devil's Lake, 2s1 40 mRichard. Wodtok 1 10 smi5 ItAo..... A.B........Devil's Lake 24;40 Smith, Mary..it.2 Wa..ni. C J.. Woodstock. 103 120 I. A...T 4 0 Scly.N.......Smre,8145 ilsey, Jeremiah. IDevil's Lake 26 80 La s..!W osok 34911105 ISwartont, Andrew....Woodstock 5,7 6 ilsey, Win.......' 26, 27 121,50 -son, J. J. Devil's Lake 25,35,36 23 Swartout, F. s, 6 172 Wilson, Bather.... W.4ok. 8,18s 100 son, Wi. L...........36: 8') Swartout, Zetus 6 28.Wils~o, John.....17 120 r, Warren J. Adrian. 5, 61 2724 S8wartout, A. D.......Addison 331 90) -Wooster, Welcome. Devil a Lake 27 80 )n, Bdward. Devil's lake 27, 22 80 iShales, J. S............Devil~s Lake 25, 26! 76 'Nindle, J P.....IBrooklyn. 2 40 on, F. IL. 21, 22 90o IShoemaker, D. G. 4331 116!1Wib o ra. e..100 InJn........" 28, 331 112 1Stevens, Aden......Addison 19. sn,GeorgeI 414,15 aIon Loretta. iDevils aLake 15, 16 243 Deeo.l&s935CeCRMII vii~heaton, Alfred....i 1, 16 180 d 49.0.R ilr.......Adrian 1 ml 120 Ilheaton, James.... & 8 r, Fred. Boyd.::: I i2!i I!~ue Jae.........Devils T ake' 36 20 i Wheaton, Horaoe 8 4 ton, F..........Addison. 17 70!Sanders. J. W...:93 95:wuI Schooly. Addison 28' 40 nCharles.......Devil's Lake 27 2.50 Sanford, Delis...a 21, 22,104.194Wil~tLuther. Devil s Like 341 40 BElie.......Woodatock. 8 2 lSanford, Wardel W.. Addison 27, r8li 280 iWillet Sarah..32 Robert......DvlsLk 2 2Snod m'281 40 iWoo nra...270 I I I Ow

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