1878 Springfield and North Springfield Directory
1878 Directory of Springfield and North Springfield
EXPLANATORY The plan of numbering is that adopted by the City Council in the ordinance recently enacted. To find a number on the Public Square, commence with No. 100, at the northeast corner, and count around, via the north, west, south and east, to the place of beginning. To find a number on any of the four principal streets leading out from the Square, commence with No. 200, and every time you cross a street begin a new hundred, remembering that all even numbers are on the east and south, and all odd numbers on the north and west. All other streets number from these four principal streets according to the same rule, and all parallel streets are made to correspond as nearly as possible with those upon which the numbers are given on the map. The space allowed for a number is from 20 to 25 feet in the business portion, and from 40 to 100 feet in the dwelling-house portion of the city. Residences and business houses in North Springfield are not numbered, but will be distinguished by the letters N. S. placed after the name. Ave. stands for avenue; al. for alley; bet. for between; bds. for boards; clk for clerk; col'd for colored; cor. for corner; nr. for near; prop'r for proprietor; op. for opposite; res. for residence; st. for street; and n. s. e. and w. for the points of the compass. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z A Abbott, James, Sec'y Springfield Iron Works, res 511W. Walnut. Abbott, Joel, res 511 W. Walnut. Abbott, D A., druggist, 126 Public Square, res 303 W. Walnut Abernathy, Granville, col'd, farmer, rear of 707 St. Louis. Abernathy, Abraham, col'd, blacksmith, Springfield Wagon Factory, res rear of 703 St. Louis. Abernathy, Julia, col'd, res rear of 703 St. Louis. Abernathy, Marshall, col'd, blacksmith, with W. H. Lyman, 202 Mill, bds 907 Boonville. Ackley, J. C., agent for agricultural implements,.res 311 E. Phelps. Adams, U. G., grocer, 103 Public Square, bds Metropolitan hotel. Adams, Mrs. Betsey, res 311 E. Elm. Adams, George, res 311 E. Elm. Adams, W. S. . (Adams & White, merchants,) 218 College, bds 219 same. Adams, John. gardener res 400 W. State. Adams, Samuel, barber, res 821 W. Walnut. Adams, Lucinda, col'd, res 408 Washington ave. Adams, Moses, col'd. stone mason, res 408 Washington ave. Adams Alexander col'd, laborer, res 310 N. Jefferson. Adams, Alfred, col'd, barber, 212 South. res 310 N. Jefferson. Adams, W. G., col'd, stone mason, res 522 Weaver. Adams, Wad. col'd, laborer. res. 705 Franklin. Adams, Alfred. col'd. laborer, res 907 Boonville. Adams, John. col'd, laborer, res 213 Hampton ave. African M E. Church. 716 Benton ave. Agnew, John. livery stable, 214 W. Olive, res 1 m. s. w. of city. Akers. E., conductor .St. L,. & S. F. R. R., res. Benton ave,, near State, N. S. Alexander. John, molder, Springfleld Iron Works, res---St. Louis. Alexanden John T.col'd, laborer, res 518 Calhoun. Aldridge. R. T.. shoemaker, 323 Boonville, res 307 W. Phelps. Alman, Miss Lou., res 501 Harrison. Allen, Granville. col'd, wagon maker, Springfield Wagon Factory, res 309 Washington ave. Allen, Rhoda, col'd, cook, 601 N. Main. Allison, John, col'd, laborer, res. 319 St. Louis. Ames, Wm., bridge builder, St. L. & S. F. R. R., res 820 North Jefferson. Amos, M. V., printer, bds--N. Campbell. Anderson, T. B., jeweler, 142 Public Square, bds 305 South. Anderson, W. H., attorncy at law, office in court house, res. 700 Norh Main. Anderson, Miss Mary, photographer, with W. Mitchell, 204 Boonville. res 700 N. Main. Anderson, Miss Annie, works at 305 E. Walnut. Anderson, A. C., clerk, at 211 St. Louis, bds 509 W. Walnut. Anderson, W. E., clerk, at 215 St. Louis, res 708 Boonville. Anderson, E., res 304 E. Water. Anderson, James, laborer, res rear of 509 N. Grant. Anderson, Henry, hostler, at 112 Pub. Sq., res. 700 N. Main. Anderson, Rebecca, col'd, servant, 218 N. Patten alley. Andrews, Mrs. Nancy, res cor Campbell and State, N. S. Andrews, Jacob, col'd, laborer, res 405 E. Chestnut. Anstead, J. H., harness maker, Commercial st.,near freight depot, bds Harding House, N. S. Anthony, James, cigar factory, 130 Public Sq-, res 314 Cherry. Anthony, George W., tobacco factory, rear of 605 St. Louis, res. 603 same. Armstrong, W. M., res 306 Boonville. Armstrong, Miss Alice, res 306 Booiiville. Armstrong, Miss F. C., res 400 E. Water. Armstrong, Jane, col'd, res 221 Hampton ave. Arstrong, Amanda, col'd, res 223 Hampton ave. Armstrong, Joseph, col'd, musician, res rear of 205 S. Jefferson. Arnault, Miss E., works at 409 S. Jefferson. Arnold Frank, col'd, machinist, Springfield Iron Works, res 600 St. Louis. Ary, R. T., teamster, res 1010 Union. Asbury, John, machinist, Railroad Shops, res Robberson ave, nr Commercial st..N. S. Asbury Conelius, plasterer, res Campbell, near Division, N. S. Atkins. Miss Mollie, works at 506 Benton ave. Atherton, Charles, laborer, res - 901 N. Main. Atteberry, Miss Ada, works at 215 W. Olive. Atteberry, J. O., farmer, res 711 S. Maln. Atteberry, Geo. W. farmer, res 711 S. Main. Atteberry, J. B., farmer, res 711 S. Main. Atzert John F., (Atzert & Sampey, meat market,) 214 South, res 728 S. Main. Augustus, Willis, machinist, Railroad Shops, res cor. Boonville and Park, N. S. Aumoth, Mrs. J. G., res 324 St. Louis. Ault, John, machinist bds 311 South. Ausherman, M. L., grocer, 128 Pub. Sq., res 315 W. Walnut. Austin, Miss Cora, works at 717 Boonville. Auxier, Miss Geneva, res 305 Mill. Avery, Charles C., farmer, res 619 Mill. B Bacon, Mrs. Sarah, res. 607 St. Louis. Bacon, Geo. W., teamster, res rear of 605, St. Louis. Bailey, Miss Anna, book-keeper, Springfield Cotton Mills, res 412 E. Walnut. Bailey, J. P., Sup't Springfield Cotton Mills, res 412 E. Walnut Baker, Andrew, col'd, laborer, res 402 E. Phelps. Baker, Mary, col'd, res 402 E. Phelps. Baker, Mrs. Nancy, res Campbell, nr Division, N. S. Baker Charles, miner, bds 219 W. Olive. Baker, S. A., plasterer, res 515 Benton ave. Baker, E., retired merchant, res 715 Billings. Baker, Miss Victoria, res 601 Evans. Baldwin, E. J., clerk, res 317 E. Elm. Baldwin, Mrs. E. J., teacher of music and drawing, res 317 E. Elm. Baldwin, H. L., grocer, Commercial st., between Boonville st and Robberson ave, res cor Pacific and Robberson, N. S. Baldwin, Miss Lucinda, teacher, res cor Pacific & Robberson, N. S. Baldwin, C. F., stair builder, res 501 Billings. Ball, Arthur, machinist, Railroad Shops, bds with F. Ball, Washington ave, nr Commercial, N. S. Ball, Fred., blacksmith, Railroad Shops, res. Washington ave., nr Commercial st., N. S. Ball, J. W., veterinary surgeon, 218 Boonville, bds 212 Boonville. Ball, Henry, carpenter, bds 428 St. Louis. Baltz, Frederic, (Baltz & Son, shoemakers,) Benton ave near Cornmercial at, N. S. Baltz, G. F., ,Baltz & Son, shoemakers,) Benton ave near Commercial st. N. S. Bandon, H. M., carpenter, res Pacific near Boonville, N. S. Banks, A., architect, 221 South, res 406 Mt Vernon. Banks, Miss Ida V., res 406 Mt. Vernon. Baptist Church, 323 South. Baptist Church, col'd, 605 Washington ave. Barbee, Carrie, col'd, res 518 Weaver. Barbee, Alexander, col'd, laborer, res 518 Weaver Barnard, J. J. att'y at law., cor Commercial and Jefferson, res Washington ave, north of Atlantic st, N. S. Barnes,, G. W., carpenter, res 704 N. Campbell. Barnes, R. E., cabinet maker, res 704 N. Campbell. Barney, T. C., engineer, Springfield Woolen Mills, res 504 Calhoun. Barrett, John, clerk for Robberson & Reed, bds with Wm. A. Reed, Benton ave, N. S. Barrett, B. A., Physician and Surgeon, 125 Public Square, res 807 Boonville. Barrett, F. A., student, 125 Public Square, res 807 Boonville. Barrett, Miss Ida, res 807 Boonville. Barrett, E., carpenter, res 511 Benton ave. Barron, Miss Sadie, res 814 N. Campbell. Bartlett, V. S., dairyman, res 1108 Weaver Bartlett, Sam'l S., farmer, res 601 S. Grant. Barton, James S., carpenter, 206 S. Jefferson, res 620 E. Walnut. Barton, George, carpenter, 206 S. Jefferson, res 620 E. Walnut. Barton, Miss Emma, res 620 E. Walnut. Barton, W. J., foreman job dep't Leader office, 204 Boonville res 716 N. Campbell. Barton, Miss. E., res 716 N. Campbell. Bartsche, Miss Regina, cook, Lyon House N. S. Bates, Miss Maggie, res 315 W. Walnut. Baner, Mrs. Prudence, res Robberson ave n. of State St, N. S. Baner, Frank J., boiler maker, railroad shop, res Robbersen ave n. of State st, N. S. Bauer, Albert, brass moulder, railroad shop, res Robberson ave n. of State st, N. S. Bauffman W. H., painter, Springfield Wagon Factory, res 206 N. Jefferson. Baughman, John, cooper, 400 Boonville, res 515 W.Phelps. Baughman, George, blacksmith, 204 S. Jefferson, res 311 N. Jefferson Baxter, C. W.., clerk, 211 St. Louis, bds St. Louis Street House. Bayse, Wm., laborer, Railroad Shops, bds N. Springfield House. Beal, J. A., teamster, res 1011 N. Campbell. Beal, I. J., carpenter, res 614 S. Grant. Beal, Jesse T., laborer, res 614 S. Grant. Beal, Miss Mattie, teacher, room No. 6, Jefferson St. Public School, res 505 State. Beall, Mrs. Jane, seamstress, res rear of 511 N. Grant. Beall, Mrs. Elizabeth, seamstress, res rear of 511 N. Grant. Beall, Frank, laborer, res rear of 511 N. Grant. Beall, Jordan, teamster, res rear of 511 N. Grant. Beamer, J. J.. butcher, with J. L. Mooney, Commercial, N. S. Beamer, A. W., (Beamer & Sons, meat market,) 223 St. Louis. res 507 S. Grant. Beamer, G. W. (Beamer & Sons, meat market.) 223 St. Louis, res 507 S. Grant. Bean, Priscilla, col'd, res rear of 301 N. Jefferson. Bearden, T. J., Stone mason, 511 S. Grant. Bearden, J. L., carpenter, Springfii4d Iron Works, res 707 N. Jefferson. Beck, Louis, col'd, fireman. Anchor Mills, W. Commercial, N. S., res rear of 531 W. Center ave. Beck, Lydia, col'd, res rear 535 W. Center ave. Beckerleg, John, engineer, St. L. & S. F. R. R., res cor Webster and Pacific, N. S. Beckley, J. L., blacksmith, Springfield Iron Works, 213 Mill. Beckrow, Ferdinand, (Victor Sommers & Co., dry goods,) &c.) 109 Public Square, bds 309 E. Elm. Beebe, William, jeweler, with B. H. Bills, Commercial, One door east of Lyon House, N. S. Beech,_____, carriage maker, 702 Boonville, res 701 Boonville. Beegle, Sam'l R., blacksmith, cor Patton alley and "Wild Cat Schute," res 601 W. Walnut. Beegle, Martha, col'd.servant, 900 N. Main. Beggs, Wm. J., printer, Times office, 217 South, bds 701 Boonville. Beiderlinden. J. B., Justice of the Peace, 102 Public Square, res 316 South. Beiderlinden, John E., farmer, res 316 South. Beiderlinden, Miss Alice, res 316 South. Beiderlinden, Miss Mary C., res 316 South. Beland, Louis, Foreman Blacksmith Shop S. L. & S. F. R. R., res Webster, nr Commercial, N. S. Bell, Johnston E.. clerk, res 728 South. Benedict, Joseph. carpenter res 320 E. Cherrv. Bennett, F. A., shoemaker, 211 St. Louis, bds Sanford House. Beninngton, Joseph, fruit grower, res 800 State. Bennington,, teacher, res 800 State. Benson, J. S. fruit grower, res 707 State. Bentley, Rev. J. J., Pastor -M. E. Church, 310 South, res 403 E. Chestnut. Berglund, N. B., shoemaker, 212 South, res 407 E. Elm. Berhnds, Chas., Lutheran Minister, res Campbell, nr Division, N. S. Berney, James, boiler maker, Springfield Iron Works, res cor Grant and Pine. Berry, Abraham, col'd, laborer. res 705 Washington ave. Berst, E. E. painter, Railroad Shops, bds with I. E. Berst, N. S. Berst, I. E., painter, Railroad Shops, res Robberson ave, nr Commercial St, N. S. Berst, Ezra, painter, Railroad Shops, res Benton ave, n of State st, N. S. Bigbee, J. F., hack driver, bds 310 St. Louis. Bigbee, Wm. T., City Clerk, with J. B. Richardson, 129 Pub. Sq., res 310 St. Louis. Bigbee, L. M, livery stable, 243 St. Louis, res 211 S. Jefferson. Bigbee, John C. tailor, res 715 W Phelps. Bigbee, Charles W., res 715 W. Phelps. Bigbee, Miss Adelaide; bds 715 W. Phelps. Biggs, Rev. J. D., Pastor First Baptist Church, 323 South st., res 504 S. Jefferson. Bills, Rev. B. H., watchmaker, Commercial street, one door east of Lyon House, N. S., res 1 1/2 miles northwest of town. Bilyeu, C W.., horse jockey, res 520 W. Pine. Bilyeu, I. N., horse jockey, res 520 W. Pine. Bingharm Charies, brakeman St. L. & S. F. R. R., bds at Lyon House, N. S. Binneweis, H., gardener, res near Round House, N. S. Bishop, Jordan, col'd, res rear of 6l5 St. Louis. Black, Burton, harness maker, with McAdams & Co., 122 Public Square, bds 226 St. Louis. Black, Nathaniel, col'd, farmer, res 508 Harrison. Black, Annica, col'd, res 613 S. Grant. Black, Sarah, col'd, res 613 S. Grant. Blackburn, E. D., traveling salesman for G. D. Milligan, 137 Pub. Square, bds 511 College St. Blackburn, Mrs. M. R, res 815 W. Pine. Blackwell, Mary. col'd, servant, 500 Boonville. Blaine, Ellen, col'd, servant, 608 Benton ave. Blakey, Mary. col'd, washerwoman, res 616 St. Louis. Blakey, Rachel. col'd, washerwoman, res 616 St. Louis. Blakey. John, col'd, laborer, res 219 Hampton ave. Blakey, Sandy, col'd, laborer, res 611 S. Jefferson. Blakey, John, col'd, laborer, res 615 S. Jefferson. Blakey, Henry, col'd, laborer, res 615 S. Jefferson. Blanchard, John A., County Recorder,offlce in court house, res 622 W. Walnut., Blank, Miss Lizzie, works at 411 E. Walnut. Blankenship, H. S., bricklayer, res cor Divis'n and Campbell, N. S. Bobbett, Miss Nancy, res 610 St. Louis. Bodenhamer, Bitha, col'd, bds 319 St. Louis. Bodenhamer, Alex., col'd, waiter, res 319 St. Louis. Bodenhamer, Maria, col'd, works, at 715 S. Jefferson. Booker. Wm. B., harness maker, wfth A. P. Routh, 213 Boonville st., res 305 Mill. Bookhout, J. T., miller at Anchor Mills, res W. Commercial, N. S. Boone Miss Crissy, res 504 W. Walnut. Boone. Mary, col'd, servant, 709 Boonville. Booth, Orlando, traveling salesman, bds 212 N. Jefferson. Booth, Waldo C., hardware merchant, 136 Public Square, res. E. Walnut, near city limits. Bossert, John, blacksmith, Railroad Shops, res. W. Commercial, nr Anchor Mills. Bostwick, Eliza, col'd, res rear of 301 N. Jefferson. Boren, Jas W., editor Ozark Republican, res 507 N. Jefferson. Boren, Charles E., merchant at Ebenezer, res 507 N. Jefferson. Boren, Miss Mary E., dressmaker, res 507 N. Jefferson. Boren, J. Willie, printer, Leader office, 204 Boonville, res 507 N. Jefferson. Bouldin, James, res 608 N. Campbell. Bourquenot, X., machinist. res 614 S. Campbell. Bourquenot, E.J.candy manufacturer, 230 South, res 614 South Campbell. Bowerman, M., carriage and sign painter, corner Pearl street and South alley, res 812 N. Jefferson. Bowren, M, H,, tinner, bds Harding House, N. S. Boyd, S. H., (Boyd & Vaughan, attorneys at law,) 102 Public Sq-, res 512 Washington ave. Boyd, Miss Cordie, student at Drury College, res 512 Wash'n ave. Boyd, J., stock dealer, res 506 Mill. Boyd, Hannah, col'd, rear of 601 St. Louis. Boyden, E., Sup't Springfield Wagon Factory, res 511 N. Jefferson. Boyden, S. F. carpenter, Springfield Wagon Factory, res 511 N. Jefferson. Boyle, Mrs. John, res 605 E. Phelps. Brace, Charles H., carpenter, res 508 W. Webster. Bracken, C. F., farmer, res 608 N. Jefferson. Bray, Nathan, (Bray & Cravens, att'ys at law,) 204 College, res 819 E. Walnut. Bray, Charles, boarding house, 326 Boonville. Bradbury, Miss Sarah, res 323 S. Grant. Bradbury, Absalom, carpenter, res 323 S. Grant. Bradley, Miss. Sarah J., dressmaker, res 405 Monroe. Bradley, Mrs. Cinderella, res 534 W. Chestnut. Brady, Mrs. Mary, res cor Commercial and Campbell, N. S. Brady, Mrs. J., res 416 W. Phelps. Brady, Millard, brakeman, S. L. & S. F. R. R., res cor Campbell and Commercial, N. S. Brandon, Miss Lizzie, works at 511 Boonville. Brannock, A. N., laborer, with C. C. Bridwell, cor Commercial st and Benton ave, N. S. Bridges, James T., laborer, Springfield Wagon Factory, res. 715 N. Campbell. Bridges, A. J., marble cutter, res 715 S. Main. Bridwell, C. C., laborer, res cor Commercial street and Benton aave, N. S. Brierly, Miss Pauline, compositor, Times office 217 South street, res 616 E. Elm. Brierly, Miss Eva, res 616 E. Elm. Brierly, Mrs. T. H., res 616 E. Elm. Briggs, Miss E. M, teacher, res. 213 Kimbrough. Brite11, John T., saddler, with Wm. McAdams & Co., 122 Public Square, res 323 Cherry. Britell, Mrs. Adeline, seamstress, res 323 Cherry. Britell, Miss Ella, dressmaker, res 323 Cherry. Brock, Miss Clara, res 220 N. Patten alley. Brock, W. F. R., miller, at Schmook's Mill, 400 Boonville st., res 220 N. Patten alley. Brock, W. C., farmer, res 220 N. Patten alley Brockman, O. F., clerk at 142 Pub. Sq., bds 210 St. Louis. Brower, T. H., (Brower & Ritter, grocers ) 609 N. Campbell st., res. same. Brown, H. D., dealer in musical instruments, 207 St. Louis, bds Metropolitan Hotel. Brown, Rev. Oliver, Professor in Drury College, residence 1309 Benton ave. Brown, Prof. A. B., Director Missouro Conservatory of Music, res 800 Benton,ave. Brown, Rev. Robert, Vice Director Mo. Conservatory of Music, res 800 Benton ave. Brown, R. Gordon, student, Drury College, res 809 Benton ave. Brown, Miss Maria E., res 1309 Benton ave. Brown, Miss Minnie, student, Drury College, res 1309 Benton ave. Brown, Frank, carpenter, Springfield Iron Works, res 511 North Campbell. Brown, W. H., wagon maker, Springfield Wagon Factory, res 218 N. Patten alley. Brown, E. H., carpenter, res 515 W. Webster. Brown, Mrs.________, teacher, Benton ave, nr Commercial st., N. S. Brown, Miss C. B., res 312 Brower's ave. Brown, E. W., spinner, Springfield Woolen Mills, res 514 Lynn. Brown, Mrs. Rosa, works for Mrs. Starks, Camphell street, near Freight Depot, N. S. Brown, Wm. E., carpenter, res 318 Cherry. Brown, David, hostler, at Kinney's stable, bds 413 W. Phelps. Brown, Miss Lula, works at 505 N. Jefferson. Brown, Miss Mattie M., res 318 Cherry. Brown, Miss Kate, res 318 Cherry. Brown, W.. T., grocer, 407 Boonville, res 604 N. Main. Brown, Mrs. Mary, weaver, Spring. Cotton Mills, res 323 Cherry. Brown, Elizabeth, col'd, washerwoman, res 1312 Washington. Brown, Frances, col'd, servant, 319 S. Jefferson. Brown, Lizzie, col'd, servant, 510 Benton ave. Brown, Mary, col'd, washerwoman, res 701 S. Grant. Brown, Lucretia, col'd, res 601 Brower's ave. Brown, Lucy, col'd, res 601 Brower's ave. Brown, Frances, col'd, washerwoman, res 518 Calhoun. Brown, Eva, col'd. servant, Lyon House, N. S. Brownson, J. B., coppersmith, Railroad Shop, N. S., res 214 E. South alley. Brownson, Mrs. J. B., dressmaker, 211 St. Louis, res 214 E. South alley. Bruffey, G. T., printer, bds 317 South. Brunaugh, John, restaurant, Commercial St., near Freight Depot. North Springfield. Bryson, Charles, printer, Patriot-Advertiser office, 218 St. Louis, res 503 N. Grant. Bryan, Mrs. Mary B., res 314 St. Louis. Bryan, G. T., (Bryan & Bro., Transfer Co.,) office Freight Depot, N. S., res. 314 St. Louis. Bryan, J. F., (Bryan & Bro., as above,) res 314 St. Louis. Bryant, Ned, col'd, laborer, res rear of 233 N. Jefferson. Bryant, Harriet, col'd, res 222 E. Center ave. Bryant, Courtney, col'd, washerwoman, res 805 N. Grant. Buchanan,______ laborer, St. L. & S. F. R. R., res nr Pass. Depot, North Springfield. Buchananan, James, porter, Lyon House, N. S. Buck Joseph, (Morhiser & Co., grocers,) 219 South, resides 313 E. Elm. Buckland, Thomas, molder, Springfield Iron Works, res 513 N. Campbell. Buckley, Nora, res 507 Weaver. Buckley, Edward, laborer, S. & W. M. R. R., res 507 Weaver. Buckley, W. H., triveling salesman for W. C. Booth, 136 Public Square, bds 212 E. South al. Buckley, A. W. cabinet maker, with Emery & Comstock, 222 South, res 212 Benton ave. Bufford, Melissa, col'd, washerwoman, res 233 Weaver. Bunnell, S. F., (Bunnell & Perrin, marble dealers,) 238 Boonville, res- 214 E. Pine. Bunnell, Edward, sculptor, 238 Boonville, res 214 E. Pine. Burd, Monroe, col'd, laborer, res 519 Monroe. Burden, J. K., Carpenter, res 510 W. Webster. Burden, Wade H., clerk for U. G. Adams, 103 Public Square, res 220 N. Pearl. Burden, Mrs. W. H., music teacher, res 220 N. Pearl. Burden, William, cabinet maker, with Emery & Comstock, 222 South, res 220 N. Pearl. Burdett, C. M., labor'er, res cor Boonville and Division, N. S. Burge, Geo. W., grocer, cor Commercial St and Benton ave, N. S. Burgess, B. C., carpenter, res 825 N. Jefferson. Burgess, Miss Ella, res 825 N. Jefferson. Burnap, Mrs. Anna, res 406 Harrison. Burney, Columbus, farmer, res 413 W. Clay. Burns, Mrs. S. M., seamstress, res 613 S. Main. Burns, James, stone cutter, res 716 E. Phelps. Burns, Henry, col'd, teamster for L. S. Cass & Co, 213 Coliege, res 233 Weaver. Burns, Elizabeth, col'd, washerwoman, res 405 Benton ave. Burns, Jacob, col'd, laborer, res 233 Weaver. Burns, James, laborer, res 544 W. Chestnut, Burns, Thos., laborer, Railroad Shops, res Pacific, bet. Campbell and Lyon sts, N. S. Burrough, Henry J., telegraph operator, office 204 St. Louis, res 1303; Boonville. Burrough, Wm., lard refiner, Bolivar road, nr city limits, res 1303 Boonville. Burrough, Miss Mary, res 1303 Boonville. Burton, Miss Susie, saleswoman for O. M. Stone, sewing machine agent, 207 St. Louis, res 212 Benton ave. Burwell, Matthew, Sup't Springfield Woolen Mills, res 506 W. Webster. Burwell, Louis, machinist, Railr'd Shop, N. S., res 500 W. Webster. Byers, Louis M., machinist, Springfield Iron Works, res 714 S. Grant. Byron, John, weaver, Springfield Woolen Mills, bds 416 Lynn. Byrne, James, traveling salesman, res 411 N. Main. Byrns, Stephen, grocer, res 407 W. State. C Cain, Robert, col'd, blacksmith, Springfield Iron Works, res 609 Washington ave. Calkins, M. S., plasterer, res 829 N. Jefferson. Calkins, Miss Ellen M., res 829 N. Jefferson. Calkins, Miss Ida E., res 829 N. Jefferson. Callahan, Miss Mary A., res 206 W. Phelps. Calloway, Hannah, col'd, res 305 S. Market Calvary Presbyterian Church, (New,) 311 St. Louis. (Old,) 312 S. Jefferson. Calvey, L., laborer, S. & W. M. R. R., res Pacific, near Boonville, North Springfield. Campbell, A. B., aparian, res. Fairbanks Hall, 1000 Benton ave. Campbell, Mrs. Abbie, Sup't Fairbanks Hall, 1000 Benton ave. Campbell, Jesse M., student Drury College, res as above. Campbell, Miss Laura A., student Drury College, res as above. Campbell, John, brakeman, St. L. & S. F. R. R., bds North Springfield House. Campbell, Mary, col'd, servant, 508 Boonville. Campbell, Rachel, col'd, washerwoman, res 207 E. Water. Campbell, Lucy, col'd, washerwoman, res 207 E. Water. Campbell, Jobn, col'd, laborer, res 207 E. Water. Campbell, Marshall, col'd, teamster for G. D. Milligan, 137 Public Square, res rear of 231 N. Jefferson. Campbell, Albert, col'd, barber, with A. V. Gueringer, 216 College, res 700 Washington ave. Campbell, Mary, col'd, washerwoman, res 702 Washington ave. Campbell, Matilda col'd, washerwoman, res 702 Washington ave. Cannefax, Robert, col'd, laborer, res 512 Cherry. Cunnyham, Betthe, col'd, cook, 210 W. Walnut. Cannon, Kinch, col'd, laborer, res 206 Dollison. Cannon, Amanda, col'd, res 500 N. Jefferson. Cannon, Sarah, col'd, res 500 N. Jefferson. Carle, Henry, fireman, St. L. & S. F. R. R., res Benton ave., n. of Atlantic st., N. S. Carney, F. J., butcher, with T. E. Wright, Commercial st., near Lyon House, N. S. Carney, James, hostler, at Stoughton's stable, bds corner Pacific st and Robberson ave. Carr, Frank, tinsmith, Railroad Shops, N. S., bds 208 Mill st. Carr, John, baggageman, St. L: & S. F. R. R., bds Lyon House, North Springfield. Carson, J. L., merchant, 142 Public Square, res 317 E. Walnut. Carson, Wm., saddler, with Wm. McAdams & Co., 122 Pub. Sq. res. 505 Billings. Carson, Oliver N., harness maker, with Wm. McAdams & Co., as above, res 508 Benton ave. Carson, H. S., saddler, with Wm. McAdams & Co., as above, res 508 Benton ave. Carson, Miss Nettie, res 508 Benton ave. Carter, Samuel, col'd, laborer, res 512 Harrison. Cary, A. W,, conductor, S. L. & S. F. R. R., bds Harding House, North Springfield. Caskey, Joseph, (Fahy & Caskey, merchants,) 105 Public Square, bds 411 N. Jefferson. Cass, Lewis, S. (L. S. Cass & Co., grocers,) 213 College, res 720 S. Campbell. Cass, Dudley, (L. S. Cass & Co., grocers,) 213 College, res same. Catholic Church, 411 N. Campbell. Caynor, John H., traveling salesman, res 303 W. Olive. Caynor, Miss Fannie, res 303 W. Olive. Central Publlc School, cor Jefferson and Olive. Chamberlain, Martha, col'd, washerwoman, res 805 N. Grant Chapman, W. L., farmer, res 543 Mill. Chapman, Wm. T., fireman, S. L. &. S. F. R. R., res Robberson ave, bet Pacific and Locust, N. S. Chatman, Reuben, col'd, laborer, res 231 Weaver. Charlton, John, lightning rod dealer, res 311 Brower's ave. Charlton, John, jr., res 311 Brower's ave. Chevelier, Jonathan, bds 215 W. Olive. Childers, Mrs. Lizzie, res rear of 621 St. Louis. Chilton, Henry, bds with T. J. Woodle, Pacific, N. S. Chitwood, Rit, col'd, res rear of 707 Weaver. Chitwood, Milly, col'd, washerwoman, res 517 Weaver. Chitwood, Rob't, col'd, tobacco roller, with Geo. Anthony, rear of 605 St. Louis, res 704 Washington ave. Chitwood, Josiah, col'd, laborer, res 601 Brower's ave. Choice, Miss Sallie, works at 317 S. MarketChristian Church, 301 College St. City Calaboose, west end South alley. Clapp C. H., laborer, Paciflc, N. S., Clark, R. A., (Peck & Clark, merchants,) 140 Public Square, res 505 Mt Vernon. Clark, Charles W., laborer, res 812 Boonville. Clark, C. P., tinner, with W. H. Mansfield, 131 Public Square, res 601 S. Grant. Clark, Frank, carpenter, Springfield Wagon Factory, res 310 N. Campbell. Clark, Frank, jeweler, Commercial, nr Boonville, N. S., res 812 Boonville. Clark, Henry, col'd, teamster, for H. F. Denton, 225 College. Clarkson, W. H., engineer, res 708 N. Main. Clarkson, Miss Mollie, res 708 N. Main. Clarkson, J. H., laborer, res 802 N. Campbell. Clarkson, R. E., section boss, S. & W. M. R. R., res Commercial st, bet Benton and Washington aves, N. S. Clarkston, John D., fence builder, res 1213 Concord. Clarkston, James, fence builder, res 1213 Concord. Clements, C. C., phys. and Surg., 203 South, res 212 E. Walnut. Clements, Gustavus, clerk, 217 St. Louis, bds 219 College. Clements, Miss Sallie, res 215 E. Walnut. Clay, Dennis, col'd, farmer, res 717 Weaver. Clayrnan, J. J., plasterer, res 1105 N. Jefferson. Clayman, Mrs. M. E., res 1001 Boonville. Clayman, Miss Fannie E., res 1001 Boonvifle. Clayman, Wm. J., machinist, Railroad Shops, res 1001 Boonville. Clayton, A. B., Express Agent, Adams Express, 226 Boonville, res Benton ave, nr Pacific st, N. S. Clayton, Mrs. Rachel, dressmaker, res 308 N. Pearl. Clayton, Miss Martha, dressmaker, res 308 N. Pearl. Clayton, Miss Sarah, dressmaker, res 308 N. Pearl. Clayton, Cornelius C., col'd, blacksmith, 210 E. Water. Cobb, Rev. T. M., Pastor M. E. Church South, 301 South, res 204 W. Walnut. Cobb, Samuel, teamster, res 311 W. Olive. Coday, Mrs. Ellen, res 525 W. Center. Coe, Wesley S., carpenter, Springfield Iron Works, res St. Louis. Coker, John, `col'd, barber, 305 St. Louis, res same. Coker, Josie, col'd, servant, 316 Cherry. Coker, Mattie, col'd, washerwoman, res 515 Harrison. Coker, King, col'd, laborer, res 404 Washington ave. Coker, Lucy, col'd, res 231; N. Jefferson. Coker, Shedrick, col'd, works at Anchor Mills, N. S., res 233 N Jefferson. Coker, Amherst, col'd, laborer, res 231 N. Jefferson. Coker, Joseph, col'd, laborer, res 517 Weaver. Cole, Mrs. J. S., bds Springfield Hygeian Home, 402 Mt Vernon. Coleman, W. S., laborer, S. L. & S. F. F. R. R., bds cor Commercial and Lyon, N. S. Coleman, T. B., carpenter, Railroad Shops, res cor:, Commercial and Lyon, N. S. Coleman, F. M., carpenter, bds with B. A. Fay, Commercial, N. S Coleman, Wm. H., works at Springfield Wagon Factory, res 282 South. Coleman, Mrs. Orlena, res 232 South. Coleman, D. M., law student, office Boyd & Vaug]in, 102 Public Square, res 232 South. Coleman, ,Eliza, col'd, res 217 Hampton ave. Collier, T. L., clerk, 211 St. Louis, bds Sanford House. Collins, Perry, (Collin's & McCurdy, blacksmiths,) 231 St. Louis res 409 Mt. Vernon. Colwell, Annie, col'd, cook, 509 W. Walnut. Colville, Thomas, book-keeper, with G.H. McCann, 235 St. Louis, bds 411 N. Jefferson. Combs, L. M., painter, Springfield Wagon Factory, res 413 Benton avenue. Condo, Rev. E. E., Pastor M. E. Church, N. S., res 609 Boonville. Cone, Geo. W., carpenter, res 600 St. Louis. Conky, Sam'l B., Christian County Lead Mines, bds 311 South. Conlon, Thos., carpenter, 308 College, res 705 E. Elm. Conlon, Charles, painter, Springfield Wagon Factory, res 705 E. Elm. Conlon, Thomas, Jr., clerk, with J. B. Richardson, 129 Pub. Sq., res 311 Brower's ave. Conish, Susan, col'd, res 1109 Earle. Conner, Miss Ellen M., dressmaker, res 609 Benton ave. Conrad, Mrs., cook, 212 Boonville. Considine, Daniel, section boss, St. L. & S. F. R. R., res Court st, North Springfield. Coombs, John, (H. O. Dow & Co., agricultural implements,) 211 College, res 412 Harrison. Coonsman, Mrs. S. A., res 715 St. Louis. Cooper, Samuel, Yard Master St. L. & S. F. R. R., res Jefferson, bet State and Atlantic, N. S. Cooper, Marcellus, col'd, shoemaker, 225 St. Louis, res 616 E. Water. Coosco, Mrs., res 815 W. Pine. Copelin, Isom, photographer, res 503 N. Grant. Corlett, Robert, carpenter, res rear of 537 W. Pine. Corlett, Miss Katie, works at 506 Boonville. Cornelius, J. K., blacksmith, Springfield Wagon Factory, bds 307 W Olive. Cornell,_______ col'd, laborer, Round House, N. S., bds 1316 Washington ave. Cotter, M L., conductor, St. L. & S. F. R. R., res. cor Division st and Benton ave., N. S. Cowan, Frank, clerk, with H. O. Dow & Co., 211 College, res 311 College. Cowan, Mrs. Elizabeth, res 311 College. Cowan, Miss Amanda, teacher, Room No. 11 Jefferson St. Public School, res 311 College. Cowan, U. M., machinist, res 311 College. Cowen, Willard, farmer, reis 706 S. Grant Cowell, John, stone mason, res 713 Boonville. Cox, Frank, fresco painter, res 410 E. Walnut. Cox, .J C., merchant, res 410 E. Walnut. Cox Dr. G. M., physician and surgeon, 105 Public Square, res 500 Boonville. Cox, John B., carpenter, res 217 Pacific. Cox, Thomas E., res 217 Pacific. Cox, W.. A., clerk, First National Bank, 102 Public Square, res 32 E. Walnut. Cox, T. H., traveling salesman, res 401 S. Jefferson. Craighead, Gilbert, col'd, clerk, with John Coker, 305 St. Louis. Crane, D. O., attorney-at-law, 219 South, bds 313 E. Elm. Cravens, J. C., (Bray & Cravens, atty's at-law,) 300 College, res 311 S. Market. Creed, Miss Susie, works at 411 N. Jefferson. Crenshaw, Wallter, attorney-at-law, 102 Pub. Sq., bds 305 South Crenshaw, John, clerk, 215 St. Louis, bds 305 South. Crissman, Miss Amanda, waiter, Lyon House, N. S. Crothers, W. D., stock-grower, res 323 South Market Crothers, Miss Mary, res 323 South Market Crow Miss Jane, res with Mrs. Baltz, Benton ave., N. S. Crowdus, J. B., (Crowdus & Forbes, grocers,) 211 South, bds 226 St Louis. Crull, Miss Elizabeth, res 409 College. Crumb, C., telegraph operator, 204 St. Louis, bds 403 E. Chestnut Crutcher, Mrs. J. A., res State, nr Boonville, N. S. Crutcher, L. F., conductor St. L. & S. F. R. R., res as above. Crutcher, L. C., brakeman, railroad, res as above. Crutcher, John T., baggageman, railroad, res as above. Crutcher, W. C., brakeman, railroad, res as above. Cudberth, Irvin farmer, res 1307 N. Campbell. Culbertson, Mrs. Mary, res 321 S. Market. Culbertson, Miss Clem, music teacher, res 321 S. Market. Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 211 N. Jefferson. Cumberland Presbyterian Church, (colored,) 405 E. Water. Cunningham, Martin, engineer, Springfield Cotton Mills, res 505 Washington ave. Curley, Michael, carpenter, bds 219 W.. Olive. Curtis, D., clerk, 135 Pub. Sq., res 700 S. Grant. Curtis, C. N., student, Drury College, res 700 S. Grant. D Dagley, W. M., insurance agent, res 412 W. Webster. Daily, Wm., boiler maker, Railroad Shops, res Boonville, nr State. North Springfield. Daily, John, boiler maker, Railroad Shops, bds North Springfield House. Dale, H. K., engineer, res 308 W. Chestnut. Dalrymple, C. L., Justice of the Peace, Notary Public and Conveyancer, 127 Public Square, res 312 Cherry. Dalrymple, Allen, delivery clerk at Post Office, res 312 Cherry. Dalrymple, Charles, clerk, res 312 Cherry. Damrill Joseph, farmer, res 500 W. Clay. Damrill Berry, carpenter, Railroad Shops, res cor Atlantic st and Washington ave, N. S. Danforth, C. L., telegraph operator, office 204 St. Louis, res Danforth, James, col'd, blacksmith, 224 W. South al, res 722 S. Grant. Danforth, Oscar, col'd, blacksmith, as above. Danforth, Peter, col'd, res 708 E. Water. Danforih, Georgia, col'd, res 722 S. Grant. Danforth, Hannah col'd, res rear of 709 St. Louis. Daniels, A., farmer, bds 210 South. Danischefsky, Henry, engineer, S. L. & S. F. R. R., res Washington ave, nr Pacific st, N. S. Darby, Maria, col'd, washerwoinan, res 701 S. Grant. Davenport, Edward, painter, res 617 S. Grant. Davey, Henry, shoemaker, 209 Olive, res 500 N. Main. Davey, Miss Mary, res 500 N. Main. Davidson, H. N., Carpenter, res W. Commercial, N. S. Davidson, Miss Alabama, works at 505 Mt. Vernon. Davis, Calvin, train dispatcher, S. L. & S. F. R. R., res State st, nr Round House, N. S. Davis R. H., traveling salesman for Joseph Baum, St. Louis, bds 303 W. Olive. Davis, Mrs. Esther, works for Prof. Roulet, Benton ave, bet Locust and Pacific sts, N. S. Davis, Mrs. Eliza, cook at 212 Boonville. Davis, James, horse jockey, res 315 W. Center. Day, J. F. C., Town Marshal, res Jefferson ave, op Harding House, N. S. Day, H. W. , bricklayer, bds 511 College. Day, Mrs. Elizabeth, res 505 W. Walnut. Day, Mrs. Catherine, seamstress, res 637 St Louis. Day, George, brick maker, res 504 South, Dean, John, col'd, laborer, res rear of 707 Weaver. Dean, Robert, col'd, laborer, res 209 Hampton ave. Deancom, W. W., paper and curtain hanger, with A. R. Fearn, 143 Public Square, bds 716 Boonville. Deck, Valentine, baker at B. A. Fay's, res Commercial st, nr Passenger Depot, N. S. Deckart, Henry, machinist, Springfield Iron Works, 213 Mill. Deer, John, wheelwright, Springfield Wagon Factory, res 417 W. Phelps. Delany, T., machinist, Railroad Shops, bds with M. Kearney, Benton ave., N. S. Delo, J. A, brick-layer, res 701 E. Elm. Delo, C. A., carpenter, res 411 Monroe. Delo, Miss Mary, works at 403 E. Chestnut. Demuth, Jolin, clerk, with S. Hursli, 207 South, res 207 E. Walnut. Demuth., Albert, printer, res. 506 W. Walnut. Denney, Mrs. Anna, res 629 W. Walnut. Denney, F. S., blacksmith, corner Patten and South alleys, res 405 W. Chestnut Densman, Mrs. Amy, works at 412 W. Webster, Denton. H. F., livery stable, 225 College, res 229 College Depee, Aaron, broom maker, res 1103, N. Main. Dexter, Capt J. B., Agent Quartermaster's Dep't, U. S. A., bds 600 College. Dexter, Mrs. Lizzie, dressmaker, 204 College, bds 600 College. Dickson, Geo. E., clerk, 131 Public Square, bds 219 College. Dickerson, J. G., clerk, with Doling & Co., W. Commercial street, bds, Harding House, N. S. Dillard, D., brakeman, St. L. and S. F. R. R., bds at the Harding House, N. S. Dilzer, J. A., clerk, with G. D. Milligan, 137 Public Square1 bds 219 E. College. Dingeldein, S., brewer, nr Fulbright Spring, res 901 College. Disney, Mrs. Caroline, res 400 N. Pearl. Ditten, Joseph, painter, res cor Boonville and Park, N. S. Dittrick, J. A., (Dittrick & Meinhardt, merchants.) 211 St. Louis, res 40l St. Louis. Divers, John, blacksmith, Springfield Wagon Factory, res 1201 N. Campbell. Divers , Robert, blacksmith, Springfield Wagon Factory, res 1201 N. Campbell. Dixon J. B., Sewing machine agept, 208 St. Louis, res 618 W Walnut. Dodson, Wm., wagon maker, Springfield Wagon Factory, res 511 Weaver. Dodson, Miss Rebecca, tailoress,withW. E. Lee & Co., 213 South res 105 Monroe. Dodson, Thos. R., res 405 Monroe. Dodson, A. B., saloon keeper, Commercial street, near Passenger Depot, res Benton ave., N. S. Doling, J. M., commission merchant,W. Commercial street, N. S., res 409 Lynn. Doling & Langenberg, dry goods, &c., W Comm'l st., N. S. Doling, Parce & Gray, hardware and agricultural implements, N. Commercial st., N. S. Doling, C. M., (Doling & Langenberg, merchants,) W. Commerc'l st., bds Delmonico Restaurant. Doling, Ralph, clerk, with Doling & Langenberg, as above, bds North Springfield House. Doling, Bernard, clerk with Doling & Langenberg, as abovc, res 409 Lynn. Doling, Miss Ella, res 409 Lynn. Donham, W. W., claim agent, res W. Olive. Dooms, Miss Catherine, dressmaker, res 722 S. Campbell. Doran, R. C., (Doran & Myers, carpenters,) 206 E. Walnut, res 714 N. Main. Doran, Miss C. M., student, res 714 N. Main. Dorsey, F. G., dealer in agricultural implements, residence 606 Boonville. Douthett, Miss S., teacher, Intermediate Dep't, N. S. Pub. School, bds North Springfield House. Douthett, James, conductor St. L. & S. F.- R. R., boards North Springfield House. Douthett, Al., tinsmith, bds North Springfield House. Dow, H. O., (H. O. Dow & Co., agricultural implements,) 211 College st., bds Metropolitan Hotel. Downs, George, carpenter, S. & W. M R. R., res 505 N. Jeff'n. Doyle, Frank, Foreman St. L. & S. F. Car Shop, res Washington ave, nr State st., N. S. Doyle, John, carpenter St. L. & S. F. Railroad Shops, res Washington ave, nr State st., N. S. Driscoll, Philip, (Driscoll Bros., marble dealers,) 305 Boonville, res 413 N. Grant.- Driscoll, C., (Driscoll Bros., as above,) res 413 N. Grant. Druley, IR. A., (Kersey & Druley, attorneys at law',) 212 College, res 701 Billings. Drury College, 814 Benton avenue. Dryden, P. H., conductor, St. L. & S. F. R. R., bds North Springfield House. Dryden, Joseph, fireman, St. L. & S.F. R. R., bds Lyon House N. S. Dubbs, Charles E., Opera House Saloon, 220 South st., res 219 E. Walnut Duffey, Miss Annie, works at 804 W. Walnut. Dumars, James, Receiver U. S. Land Office, 204 St Louls, res 408 E. Walnut Dumars J. H., Clerk in U. S. Land Office, 204 SL Louis, res 408 E. Walnut Dumars, Horace, printer, res 408. E. Walnut Dumars, Florus P., printer, res 408 E. Walnut. Dumars, Wm. A., mailing clerk, Post Office, res 408 E. Walnut. Dunn, James, Chief Engineer and Sup't of Bridges and Bulldings, S. L. & S. F. R R., office Passenger Depot, N. S. Dunbar, Miss Ella, res 218 E. Walnut Duncan, J. H., City Recorder, 212 College, res 503 S. Campbell. Duncan, W. B., carder, Springfield Woolen Mills, res 415 W. Calhoun. Duncan, Wm., laborer, res 821 W. Walnut. Dunlap, Rev. C. H., Pastor Calvary Presbyterian Church, 312 S. Jefferson, res 430 E. Walnut Dunlap, Miss Laura A., student, res 430 E. Walnut. Dunlap, Mrs. A. C.,res Benton ave, bet Locust andPacific sts, N. S. Dunn, W. F., merchant at Gainesville, res 715 N. Main. Dunnn, John F., saddler, res 213 Kimbrough. Dunn, R. M., machinist, res 715 N. Main. Dunn, Miss Minnie B., teacher, room No. 2, Jefferson st Public School, res 213 Kimbrough. Dunn, Miss Jennie, student, Public School, res 715 N. Main. Dupree, Frank, striker, Railr'd Shops, N. S., res 406 W. Webster Durham, H. K., res Boonville, nr Public School, N. S. Durham, Mrs. H. K., teacher, res Boonville nr Pub. School, N. S. Durham, Mrs. Mary, weaver, Springfield Cotton Mills, bds 308 E. Water. Durment, Rev. G. W., Presiding Elder M. E. Church, res 600 E. Walnut. Durment, Edmund S., student, res 600 E. Walnut, Durst D. H., res 207 W. Phelps. Dyer, C. K., traveling salesman for L. W. Hubble & Co., druggists, 139 Public Square, res 510 Boonvi11e. Dyer, Tilman, brickmaker, res 213 E. Pine. Dyer, Mrs. Margaret, res 213 E. Pine. Dyer, Miss Macelda, weaver, Sqringfl'd Cotton Milla, res as above. Dyer, Miss Paulina, weaver, Springfl'd Cotton Mills, res as above. Dyer, Miss Darthuls, weaver, Springfi'd Cotton Mills, res as above. Dyer, Miss Mattie, weaver, Springfield Cotton Mills, res as above. Dyer, Miss Ruth, res as above.
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