Indianapolis, Indiana city directory
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.Gc977.202In3p1858-591.-58758AMEaiCANEXPRESSC O MjP A_N YTHE PROPRIETOKS OF THIS COMPANY HAVE FACILITIES ENAHLINrjTHEM TO FORWARDreels, par^ngrs, Cioelis,JHoii p.D,AND ALSO TO COLLECTNOTES, DHAFTS AND ACCOUNTS,fn all the principal Cities and Towns in the United Stales. Caiiadas,California and Europe.AT LOW RATES AND WITH GREAT DISPATCH.Order Goods Marked "By the Araerican Express Co."Wells,Butterfleld& Co.,62Broadway*8 Erie Place,N.Y.Livingston, Fargo & Co., 157 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.INOIANAPOLIS/ IN J).P> RYA]\, Agent,UNITED STATESEXPRESSCOMPANY.€APITAL 500,000 IXILt.AB«S.Washingtonand Meridian Indianapolis.Oflftee S. E. cor. St.,Will give special attention to the tnmsmission of coin, bank fl(>te.«,goods and packages, and tiie collection of notes, drafts, and accounts, atNew York, Buffalo, Dunkirk, CleTeland, Cincinnati, ('hica-and betweengo, St. Louis, Rock Island, and inteiniediate cities' and towns. Also, atALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES AND TOWNSjitmtmsAt^^UNITED STATK8 EXPRESS COMrAN?THECONNECTS WITH THEAMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY^AT BUFFALO, CLKVKLANl), AND CHICAGO,^W"ELIL.S, JFA.:EiarO GO'ScfeHEI\RY KIP, 1>. UlAIl Agent,(Neii'l l$ii|»'f, Buflhlo. iiidian;i|»olis14671833 019753§= 6^;^1"fInManaplis Citi) ircttorn,fANDBUSINESS MIRROR;^ .FOR 1858- 9.PUBLISHED ANNUALLY.PRICE, SI SO.H. N. 'McEVOY,Publisher and Compileri 1858.BINGHAM & DOUGHTY, BINGHAM & DOUGHTY,PRINTEES, BOOKBINBERS,DAILY STATE SENTINEL OFFICE, STATE ...

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. Gc 977.202 In3p 1858-59 1.-58758 AMEaiCANEXPRESS C O MjP A_N Y THE PROPRIETOKS OF THIS COMPANY HAVE FACILITIES ENAHLINrj THEM TO FORWARD reels, par^ngrs, Cioelis,JHoii p.D, AND ALSO TO COLLECT NOTES, DHAFTS AND ACCOUNTS, fn all the principal Cities and Towns in the United Stales. Caiiadas, California and Europe. AT LOW RATES AND WITH GREAT DISPATCH. Order Goods Marked "By the Araerican Express Co." Wells,Butterfleld& Co.,62Broadway*8 Erie Place,N.Y. Livingston, Fargo & Co., 157 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y. INOIANAPOLIS/ IN J). P> RYA]\, Agent, UNITED STATES EXPRESSCOMPANY. €APITAL 500,000 IXILt.AB«S. Washingtonand Meridian Indianapolis.Oflftee S. E. cor. St., Will give special attention to the tnmsmission of coin, bank fl(>te.«, goods and packages, and tiie collection of notes, drafts, and accounts, at New York, Buffalo, Dunkirk, CleTeland, Cincinnati, ('hica-and between go, St. Louis, Rock Island, and inteiniediate cities' and towns. Also, at ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES AND TOWNS jitmtmsAt^^ UNITED STATK8 EXPRESS COMrAN?THE CONNECTS WITH THE AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY^ AT BUFFALO, CLKVKLANl), AND CHICAGO, ^W"ELIL.S, JFA.:EiarO GO'Scfe HEI\RY KIP, 1>. UlAIl Agent, (Neii'l l$ii|»'f, Buflhlo. iiidian;i|»olis 14671833 019753 §= 6^;^ 1" f InManaplis Citi) ircttorn,f AND BUSINESS MIRROR; ^ . FOR 1858- 9. PUBLISHED ANNUALLY. PRICE, SI SO. H. N. 'McEVOY, Publisher and Compiler i 1858. BINGHAM & DOUGHTY, BINGHAM & DOUGHTY, PRINTEES, BOOKBINBERS, DAILY STATE SENTINEL OFFICE, STATE SENTINEL BUILDINGS, Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. 1358738 PREFACE It will be obvious to many that the size of the present Directory is somewhat smaller than the one published a year ago. This is account- able to the absence of Cincinnati advertisements, and the history of In- dianapolis, which has now become generally known. With regard to the list of names, we have only to say, that there is an increase of about 1,500 over that of last year's publication. In the first edition of a Directory, some few errors will necessarily occur. In the canvass for this work we had difi&culties to contend with, which, in all probability, will be obviated in our next issue. For such imperfections we claim the indulgence of our patrons, with the assur- that in futui*e we will strive our best to guard against them.ance, instances the where number on theThere are a few in city the houses do not agree with those designated in the Directory, which is accounted for by the numbering being changed after going to press. This is an evil over which the publisher had no control, and he hopes citizens gen- erally will exonerate him from all blame. Many thanks are due to those who have advertised in the work, there- by benefiting themselves, and aiding very materially the undertaking. We trust the manner in which their cards are displayed will prove satis- factory. The work was printed and bound by Messrs. Bingham and Doughty, of the Sentinel, whom, we feel assured, will receive all the praise and approbation due to their efforts. In conclusion, the book is thrown upon a generous public, witli the that it may meet with the satisfactory reception which the pub-hope lisher has labored to achieve. INDEX TOADVERTISEMENTS, PAOE. 2 Gott& Featherston, auction and com-Adams Express Co ^tna InsuranceCo., outside back cover mission 168 and 112 Qreenleaf& Brown, foundry 26 Aldag Chas, boots and shoes 184 Gresh Prof. B. F., musician 40 Johnson, boots and shoes .... 28Allen & Hgtverstick, livery stable 42 Griffin& Griffith E., groceries and provisions. 44Ameriian Express Co inside front cover J. E. saw manufacturer 24 Griffin& Co., real estate, auction, &c . . 28Atkins C.. Baker Mrs. A., millinery 60 Harris Joseph, tailor and scourer 56 Barbour& Howland, attorneys 20 Hart James &Co., groceries and liquors 182 Beck Christian, gunsmith 52 Heidlinger John A., cigars and tobacco. 34 170Beck Edward, Crystal Palace saloon. . . 36 HeidlingerJohn A., tea Henderson William, insurance agent. .. 112Becker H., trunks 36 Bingham &Doughty, State Sentinel 235 Henning& Weinberger, hairdressers.. 182 Bouchet Edward, clothes renovator .... 18 Henninger C. & Co., cigars and tobacco 172 Brown J . L., Shingle machine 50 Hill T. P., hats, caps and furs 56 Mrs. J., milliner 38 Holland John W., wholesale grocer.... 44 166BrownellL. R., insurance and collecting S. J . & Son, grocers . . 174agent near title, 190 Hunt Charles C, cia;ars and tobacco . Browning Robt., 44 Imbery Augustus, St. Charles saloon.. 40drugs, &c Bryant's Commercial College 32 Indianapolis'& Cincinnati R. R 229 Burgtorfif Frederick, cabinet maker and Indiana State Sentinel 96 undertaker 54 Indianapolis Dally Citizen 58 Butler C.C., patent agent 236 Insurance Co 48 Butsch V. & lime 24 Johnson 12Co., dealers George H., hardware Byrkit&Beam, builders 156 Keys William A marble dealer 182 , California House 16 Klotz & Pfafflin, varieties and notions. . 64 Cameron &, McNeely, Citizen office 58 Kregelo, Blake& Co., planing mill, etc. 18 Caven John, attorney 64 Ledlie John, Little House Saloon 184 builder 237Chester A . A. . stair Lindley Jacob, china, glass and queens- Cottman John A., merchant tailor 38 ware 62 Covin:?ton S. F., losurance agent 49 Little's Hotel 176 Cox Charles, stovesand tinware. .... ... 10 Locke & Brother, insurance agents, fly Curry& Canada, hair dresser 166 pages, back and front Danforth& Uentry, groceries 16 Lowry W. M., drugs and medicines. ... 174 Davis Charles B.,insurance agent 42 Mapes & Co., Metropolitan Saloon 162 manufacturer... 166 May Edwin, architect 30Drew Samuel, carriage Eagle Saloon, Newcomer& Co 236 Mayhew E. C. & Co., boots and shoes.. 10 Edgar& Freeman, boots and shoes ... 14 McCord& Wheatly. lumber 16 Ellsworth & CoUey, attorneys 168 McEvoy Henry, City Directory 230 Elwood Frank, merc'iant tailor 34 McTaggart I., Pork packer 60 170 62Enners <5l Brinckmeyer, general dealers Meek E. S.. bill poster Fahnestock John, engraver and job Merrill & books and stationery. ... 164Co., printer colored print near title Dr. J. F 210 Farmers' Hotel 1>'4 Merrett& Coughlen, woolen factors. ... 22 Farnsworth & Barnard, car manufact'rs 158 Metzger A., baker 40 Feary& Low, builders 54 Meyer George F., cigars and tobacco .... 38 Feller Geo., watches jewelry 52 D. 22and Middlemas C, stoneware and liquors Fellows James, daguerrean artist 164 Mitchel& Friedlander, clothiers 164 Fishback John, leatherand hides 30 Moffit William, drugs and medicines. ... 156 Flagg S. A., wines and liquors 237 Moffit& Kendricks, dentists 162 French Charles G., watches andjewelry 16 Monninger D.&C, Court House Saloon 238 Frinck S. C, dentist 178 and ISO Morrison Jacob, dry goods 43 Geisendorfif W. woolen 20 &G. &Co., factory Mothershead Cox, drugs and medi- Gilligan Miss.M. A., dry goods 10 cines • 160 Glaser& Bro., merchant tailors 168 Nicolai Julius, groceriesand provisions, 46 Glenn W. & II ., dry goods 4 North-western Christian University, 217, 218 Gordon &. Davis, attorneys, &c 42 Osgood, John B painter and glazier. . . 56 ., 1 PAGE. PAQB. Perrine B., books stationery,James and Tilly William, drugs and medicines .... 60 front fly leaf Uncle Sam Saloon 40 Pratt Mrs. L. A., millinery 62 United States Express, inside front cover Rafert H. & Brother, carpenters 210 Updegraff Prof., oculist and aurist 46 Ramsay & Planning, piambers 162 Vonnegut C, hardware and leather 54 Raschig Charles M., cigars and tobacco, 30 Walker & King, lumber 60 Hooker S. 3. <& J. painters and gla-S., Wallace Andrew, storage and commis- ziers 236 sion 36 Rosengarten H., drugs and medicines.. 172 Wallach cigars,J. L., etc., and Bonen Ross & Harper, wholesale grocers 210 kamp's bitters 54 Ruschhaupt & Bals, wines and liquors. 64 Ward, Ferguson& Co., merchant tailors 20 Sharpe Joseph K., leather, boots and West& Wilson, real estate agents 14 shoes 46 210Western Olive Branch Spiegel, Thorns& Co, furniture 18 238 Commercial Nurseries Spinney W. N boots and shoes 52 Whitridge William, painter and glazier. 160 ., Steinmann John, tailor and renovator. . 160 Wiley William Y., real estate agent.... 6 Stewart& Bowen, books and stationery. 34 Willard A. B. & Co., fancy dry goods. . 160 Stringfleld W., attorney 24 & Stowell, piano fortesand mu- Taggart Samuel, machinist 22 sic 8 Tilford Alexandep, mattress manufactu- Williams H., sewing machines 172C. rer 18 Wilson Mrs. E., milliner 170 Tilly H. & Co., lard oil, soap and can- Wood A. D., hardware and cutlery, front dles 22 Wright A. S., physician 14 CONTENTS PAGE. PAGE. Alphabetical a'trangement ofnames .... 1 Names too late for regular insertion .... 23 Banks and Bankers 215 Newspapers and Periodicals 220 17Business Mirror 191 North Western Christian University .... 2 219 Odd Fellows 224Churches and Pastors 211 Post-Office Directory 201City Officers 212 Railroads 226County Officers , 212 State Institutions 221Courts Departmemt 213 State Officers 232Fire 233Libraries 221 Street Directory 226Literary institutions 216 Temperance Orders 222 Township Officers 212Masonic Orders 214Military LO"W PRICES. A. D. WOOD, 71 EAST SIGN OF/^^%. Washiugt'Mi°o BigThe^; STREET, PADLOCK.%( )/ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN EVERY DESCRIPTION OF HARDWARE GUTI-EJIY, MECHANICS' TOOLS, GUNSMITHnTOCMIlliS.GLm, PUMPS METALS,SCREEN SHEET LEAD,aOPEt WtHEt LEAD PIPE, &C. MANUFACTURER OP TIN.SHEETIHON&€OPPERWARE. S >^ .<; a(mo a o^ siji^p^ n ?t5| :|||g|3 n