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PLUMBING -HEATING 

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Steel    Ceilings,    Gas    and    Electric 
Domes  arid  Fixtures 

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HALF  A  CbNTURY  OF  SUCCESSFUL  EDUCATIONAL  WORK 

Day  Sessions:  September  to  July        Evening  Sessions:  October  to  Apt 

v|^HENDRICK,  Principal  111  Columbia  St. 


Chiles  Millar  &  Son  Go 

UTICA,  IM.  Y. 


W.  F.  WALLACE,  MANAGER 

Massachusetts  Mutual  Life  Iris.  & 


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E.  F.  &  J.  S.  KERNAN 
INSURANCE 

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Pennsylvania  Fire  of  Philadelphia 

Niagara-Detroit  Underwriters  of  New  York 

Providence  Washington  of  Providence 

Security  of  New  Haven 
:rn  Assurance  of  London,  England 

Royal  Exchange  Assurance  of  London,  England 
Alliance  Insurance  Co.  of  Philadelphia 

Globe-Underwriters  of  New  York 

National  Lumber  of  Buffalo 

Philadelphia  Underwriters  of  Philadelphia 
Mercantile  Fire  and  Marine  Underwriters  Agency  of  St.  Louis 

Automobile  Fire 

?nce  Co.,  of  North  America,  of  Philadelphia 

Columbia  Insurance  Co.  of  Jersey  City 

The  Marine  Insurance  Co.  Ltd.,  of  London 

Vulcan  Insurance  Co.  of  New  York 


)tal  Assets    -    -    Over  $60,000,000 

OFFICES,  DEVEREUX  BLOCK 

Phone  1035 


e  also  represent  the  Liability,  Burglary  and  Plate  Glass  Departments  of  the  Aetna 

Life  Insurance  Company,  and  the  Accident  and  Health  Department 

of  the  Fidelity  and  Casualty  Company  of  New 

York,  and  the  National  Surety 

Company  of  New  York 


I  H.  H.  COOPER  &  CO.,  I 

#  Cor.  John  and  Catharine  Sts.  # 

*  £ 

%  FINE  AND  MEDIUH  % 

!  CLOTHING  ! 

4  Ready  Made  and  To  Order 

^  Our  Retail  Department  includes  a  Full  Assortment  £ 

3r  of  the  Newest  Styles  of  Perfect  Fitting  \^" 

*  Garments— Well  Tailored  £ 

+  Phone  1084  £. 


William  P.  Pfeifer 
FLORIST 


Office  and  Residence: 

608=610  Whitesboro  St. 


FUNERAL  DESIGNS  A  SPECIALTY 


Phone  2544 


The  D00LITTLE  SUCTION  CLEANING  CO. 


We  have  the  most  powerful  and  perfect  outfit  for  cleaning  Carpets,  Rugs,  Mattresses, 
Furniture,  Draperies,  etc.,  at  your  home  that  is  manufactured.  All  dust  and  dirt  remov- 
ed to  the  wagon  by  our  Suction  Pump.  Perfectly  Sanitary.  No  running  water,  at  your 
expense,  used  by  our  improved  method.  The  only  system  for  cleaning  that  Raises  No 
Dust.  Old  carpets  will  last  longer  and  new  carpets  stay  new  longer  when  cleaned  by 
us.      Cost  Reasonable. 


Phone  874-J 


JUSTUS  J.  DOOLIT  HUE 

244  Seymour  Avenue 


CHARLES  W.  JONES 

Successor  to 

NUGENT  &  JONES 

Dealer  in 

SCRANTON  COAL 

No  better  coal  can  be  bought 
Our  coal  is  carefully  screened  and  carefully  delivered 

OFFICE  AND  YARD 

Junction  of  Conkling  Ave  and  West  Shore  R.  R. 

PHONE  1765-L 


H.  W.  BOOTH 


ALL  MAKES -TYPEWRITERS -ALL  PRICES 

Typewriter  Supplies,        Office  Specialties 

Business  Equipment 

PROUD-FIT  Loose  Leaf  Devices 

The  Proudfit  Principal  means  Evolution:  No  posts  or  thongs;  less  than  one  inch  binding 
margin;  unlimited  capacity;  flat  opening  books;  no  "hills  to  climb"  in  using;  in  fact,  alt 
the  many  present  disadvantages  of  other  loose  leaf  binders  are  eliminated  in  Proud-fit 
books. 

PHONE  81 

120  Arcade,  -  Utica,  N.  Y. 


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CLUETT  &  SONS 

THE 

One  Price  Piano  House 


sell  the  World  Famous  Weber 
Pianos,    together  with    other 
excellent    instruments    at  one 
established  price  to  you  and  to  everybody  alike. 
We  are  known  as  the  house  of  standard  values  and  fair  dealing. 


229  Genesee  St. 


Opposite  City  Hall 


Aeolian  representatives  for  the  complete  line  of 
genuine  PIANOLA  PLAYER  PIANOS. 


Sexton-Campion  Company 


REAL  ESTATE 


Insurance 
Investments 
Surety  Bonds 


Money  Loaned 
Property  Appraised 
Mortgages  Sold 


Offices:  216  Arcade  Building 


M.J.  FISHER 


WM.  SEIM 


Fisher  &  Seim  Roofing  and  Steel  Ceiling  Co. 

Successors  to 
Metal  Roofing  and  Cornice  Co. 

Our  Line  of  Work 

Sheet  Copper  and  Metal  Cornices,  Skylights  and  Finials. 

Sheet  Metal  Windows,  Doors  and  Frames,  Steel  Ceilings  and  Side  Walls,  slip-lock. 

We  put  on  Copper.  Tin.  Steel,  Slate,  Felt,  Rubberoid  and  Slag  Roofs. 

Tin  and  Galvanized  Shingles. 

We  repair  all  kinds  of  Roofs  and  Paint  Roofs.      We  can  make  anything  in  Sheet  Copper 

or  Sheet  Metal  of  any  kind  to  order.     Copper  and  Galvanized  Conductor 

'    Pipes  and  Gutters. 

6  Union  Street  Phone  4892  Utica,  N.  Y. 


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Ogden  Grain  Co. 

65  Seneca  Street 

Distributors  of 

Occident,  Marvel,  Hubbard's,  Superlative  and  Tally  Ho 


w.  E.  HEAD  CO. 

Real  Estate  and  Insurance 

Farm  Property  a  Specialty 
114  Arcade,  Phone  5072 


JOSEPH  OBERNESSER 


321-323  South  Street, 


Utica,  N.  Y. 


Dealer  in 


Flour  and  Feed,  Baled  Hay, 
Straw  and  Shavings 

Delivered  to  all  parts  of  the  City  Phone  757 

First  Class  Livery  in  Connection 


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We  carry  a  complete  stock  of  staple  , 

ELECTRICAL  GOODS 

and  in  addition  a  line  of  specialties  such  as 
Flash  Lights  Electric  Railways  Electric  Engines 

Gas  Lighters  Electric  Flat  Irons  Electric  Whistles 

Small  Motors  Fancy  Lamp  Shades  Electric  Scarf  pins 

Toy  Dynamos  Heating  Pads  Turn-Down  Lamps 

Electric  Candles  Portable  Lamps  Electric  Coffee  Pots 

Electric  Chafing  Dishes  Electric  Curling  Irons 

Christmas  Tree  Outfits  Electric  Cigar  Lighters 

Table  Decorative  Outfits  Electric  Watch  Stands 

Telegraph  Instruments 

Prices  range  from  25c.  to  $25.00 

J.  &  n.  ELECTRIC  CO. 

204  GENESEE  STREET 

Phone  338 


WALLACE  N.  HOBBIE, 
ENGRAVER 

Wedding  and  Party  Invitations,  Announcements,  Reception,  At  Home,  Visiting  and  all  kinds 
of  Commercial  and  Professional  Cards,  Circulars,  etc.,  Engraved  Stationery,  Monograms, 
Street  Addresses,  Latest  Styles  and  Sizes,  Whitings  Best  Paper. 


ROOM  22  STEWART  BUILDING, 


191  Genesee  Street, 


UTICA,  N.  Y. 


HENRY  M.  LOVE 

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 

PATENTS 
GENERAL  PRACTICE 

UTICA  CITY  NATIONAL  BANK  BUILDING 

PHONE  267-J 


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|  SHEET  IRON  WORK  1 

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§  Repairing  and  Testing  Boilers  Safe  Ending  Boiler  Tubes  § 

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g  Building  and  Erecting  Smoke  Stacks  § 

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§    Office  and  Shop,  2  and  4  Pine  St.,       Utica,  N.  Y.     § 

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H.  F.  BANTHAM 

ROOFING,  SHEET  HETAL  WORK 

Stove  and  Furnace  Repairing 

Local  Agents  for  Howard  Line  of  Hot  Air  Furnaces  (Made  in  Utica) 
Our  Motto:  "Good  Work.  Fair  Prices"  OUR  AIM  TO  SATISFY 

Phone  3985-J 

123  Albany  Street,  UTICA,  N.  Y. 


Nathan  Katzman  Phone  2169-J  Hyman  Katzman 

Dealers  in 

SCRAP  IROIN  AIND  METALS 

Hides  and  Raw  Furs 
24-26  Broadway  Utica,  N.  Y. 


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R.  P.  WHITON,  President 


G.  F.  TEUSCHER,  Sec'y  and  Treas 


Lortz-Teuscher  Co. 

Manufacturers  of 

THE  UTICA  LINE 

BRASS  AND  METALLIC  BEDSTEADS 
HIGH  SIDE  CRIBS 

METAL  WIRE  SPRINGS  AND  COTS 
ANTISEPTIC  HOSPITAL  GOODS  A  SPECIALTY 
Office  and  Factory: 


No.  600  Lincoln  Avenue, 


Prune  1623-J 


UTICA,  N.  Y. 


DULAN  &  MEANEY 
PLUMBING,  STEAM  AND  GAS  FITTING 

131  South  Street,  UTICA,  N.  Y. 

Phone  2180 


Do  You  Know? 


That  our  Motto  is 

Clean  Coal,  Prompt  Delivery,  Honest  "Weight 

We  sell  the  High  Grade  Scranton  Coal,  Hard  and  Soft  Wood 
The  First  and  Only  Polish  Coal  Yard  in  Utica 


Phone  1240-W 


P.  JAGLOWSKI 


K.  S.  SYNAKOWSKI 


Members  of  the  Polish  Business  and  Industrial  Men's  Club 


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C.  R.  PIERRIE 

(The  Little  Busy  Corner  Grocery) 

Staple  and  Fancy  Groceries,  Fruits,  Vegetables 

Cor.  Lincoln  Avenue  and  Oswego  St.  Utica,  N.  Y. 


Phone  1706-J 


Store  Fixtures,  Stairs, 

Special  Cabinet  Work 


ON 
THE 

SQUARE 


SUFFER  LUMBER  GO.  inc. 

Jobbers  and  Dealers  in 

Building  Supplies 

Doors,  Sash,  Blinds,  Mouldings,  Shingles,  Lath,  Roofing  Felts, 
Building  Paper,  Tin,  Nails,  Screws,  Locks,  etc.  at  right  prices 

Phones  1693  and  1694 
Office,  Yard  and  Mill 

Mohawk  St.,  and  West  Shore  R.  R.,  Utica,  N.  Y. 

The  Philip  Becker  Goodyear  Shoe 
Repair  Works 

Fh-st-class  Work  Guaranteed  Work  Called  For  and  Delivered 

131  Genesee  Street, 
Foster  Building,  Utica,  N.  Y. 

Phone  4783 
Hand  Work  Department  in  charge  of  Carl  F.  Bendix 


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!  LIVERY         ! 

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|  And  Boarding  Stables 

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*  OPEN  DAY  AND  NIGHT  * 

I      1 35  South  Street,  Utica,  N.  Y.     1 

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^  Wholesale  and  Retail  Dealer  in  2 

|     Gunny  Bagging,  Scrap  Iron  and  Metals 

§  Old  Machinery  Bought  and  Sold  * 

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|  CONTRACTS  TAKEN  FOR  DEMOLISHING  OLD  | 
I  MILLS,  FIRE  WRECKS,  ETC. 

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*  Residence:  8  Seneca  St.  Office:  10  Seneca  St.  § 

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PIUS  KERNER  &  SON 
CONTRACTORS  AND  BUILDERS 

2  CANAL  STREET 

FARKEH    efc    STEWAEf 

Practical  Sheet  Iron  and  Metal  Workers 

Experts  on  Furnace  Work,  Tin  Roofing  and  General  Jobbing: 

Roofs  Painted  Metal  Shingles 

Phone  4514  Satisfaction  Guaranteed  30  PEARL  STREET 

CHARLES  J.  BARBER 

SANITARY  PLUMBING 

Steam,  Hot  Water  and  Gas  Fitting 

Bell  Phone 

108  Hohavvk  St.,  UTICA,  N.  Y. 

ABE  E.  NATHAN  ROBERT  KOWALSKY 

Nathan  &  Kowalsky 

Wholesale  Dealers  in  All  Kinds  of 

IRON,STEEL  AND  METALS 

SCRAP  MATERIAL  OF  ALL  KINDS 

Railway  Materials 

UTICA,  N.  Y. 

Telephone  connections 
Storage  Yard:  140  LaFayette  Street  Siding  O.  &  W.  R.  R.  and  Erie  Canal  Dockage 


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We  Recommend  to  the  Trade  and  the  People  Our 

LAGER  BEERS,  ALES 
and  PORTERS 

We  Guarantee  all  our  Brands  as  Pure  and  Wholesome  Food 
You  will  never  make  a  mistake  ordering 

IN   BARRELS : 
Pale  Crown  Lager,  Standard  Stock  Lager,  Real  German  Lager,  Dortmunder  Lager 
Cream  Export  Ale,  Export  Still  Ale,  Brilliant  Still  Ale,  India  Pale  Ale,  Stock  Porter. 

IN   BOTTLES : 

Pale  Crown  Lager,  Real  German  Lager,  Export  Crown   Lager,  Export   Lager    Beer, 

Export  Culmbacher  Lager,  Export  Do/tmunder  Lager,  East  India 

Pale  Ale,  Brilliant  Pale  Ale,  Stock  Porter 

Bartel's  Canada  Malt  Vitaline  Recommends  Itself 
Once  used  you  will  never  have  any  other 

BARTEL'S  BREWING  COMPANY 

Syracuse,  N.  Y. 
George  Bingel,  Agt.,  Conkling  Ave,  Cor.  Leah  St.,  Utica,  N.  Y. 

Phone  421 


Established  1884 


Gerdon  &  Williams 

Wholesale  Liquor  Dealers 

Foreign  and  Domestic 

Wines,  Liquors  and  Cordials 


117  Main  Street, 


Utica,  N.  Y. 


Phone  637-VV 


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J.  A.  FIRSCHING 
General  Machine  Shop 

And  Manufacturer  of 

TEXTILE  MACHINERY 
30-32  John  Street,  Utica,  N.  Y. 

Bicycles  Enameled  and  stored  for  Winter 

W.  H.  DARLING 

Dealer  in 

Bicycles  and  Bicycle  Sundries 

Skates  and  Lawn  Mowers  Sharpened  in  Season 
Knives  and  Scissors  Sharpened  Keys  Fitted  and  Saws  Filed 

New  wheels  for  Baby  Carriages,  also  old  wheels  retired 

341  Columbia  St.,  Utica,  N.  Y. 

CHARLES  T.  BUNNELL 

Livery 

-:-  Boarding  Stable,  Sales  Stable  -:- 

38  Elizabeth  Street 

Phone  1131 

RELIABLE  HORSES  FIRST  CLASS  RIGS 

Opposite  New  Hotel  Utica  Center  of  Theatre  District 

EUROPEAN   PLAN 

Hotel  Wurz 

Only  First  Class  German  Hotel  in  Utica 

JOS.  WURZ,  Prop. 

Rates:  50c.  to  $1.50  ,  Rooms  with  Bath  and  Running  Water 

19-21  LaFayette  St.,  Utica,  N.  Y. 


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You  wouldn't  leave  your  table  out  doors 
lest  the  weather  would  ruin  it. 

Then  why  trust  wood  in  the  flimsier  form  of  shingles?  It 
costs  nothing  to  consult  us  about  your  roofing  contract.  It 
may  cost  you  much  more  not  to.  A  Genuine  Bangor  Slate 
Roof  will  outlive  the  building  without  paint  or  care.  Some 
valuable  roof  phamplets  free. 

HOERLE  BROTHERS,  604  Sunset  Ave. 

F.  C.  Hoerle,  Phone  4402-J        Geo.  Hoerle,  Phone  5151.  J 
Also  Dealers  in  Transient  Asbestos  Shingles 


E.  F.  DOLPHIN 

General  Contractor  I  Builder 

All  kinds  of  Jobbing  promptly  attended  to 

See  me  for  Plans  and  Blue  Prints.  Charges  Reasonable.  One  and  two  family  houses 

For  Sale  and  To  Rent  at  all  times  at  reasonable  prices 

Phone  3o:9-w  Shop  and  Residence  168  Rutger  St. 


JOHN  H.  HAUSER 

PAINTS  and  VARNISHES 

and  General  Contractor  in 

Decorating,  Wall  Papering",  Sign  and  House  Painting, 

Graining,  Wood  Finishing,  Glazing,  Enameling, 
Kalsomining,  Etc. 

Phone  4081  Utica,  N.  Y.  59  Court  St. 


HENRY  F.  DELPHO  &  SON 

Carpenters,  Contractors  and  Builders 

ALSO  TILE  CONSTRUCTION 

Estimates  furnished.    Jobbing  carefully  attended  to. 

Residence  building  a  specialty 

Telephone  connection  128  ELMWOOD  PLACE 


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Prescriptions 


The  first  step  in  treating  sickness  in  your  home  is  to  call 
in  a  doctor.  The  next  is  to  get  his  prescription  filled.  That's 
our  part  of  the  work.  We  keep  only  the  best  chemicals  and 
pharmaceuticals,  and  are  prepared  in  every  way  to  take  the 
best  care  of  your  interests. 

England  ®,  McCaffrey, 

Cor.  Genetiee  and  Columbia  Sis. 


UTICA  CUTLERY  COMPANY 

Manufacturers  of 

High  Grade  Cutlery 

Wheeler  Avenue  and  Hickory  Street 


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HENRY  D.  PIXLEY,  Pres.  GEO.  S.  DANA,  Sec'j  and  Treas. 

Directors 

Russell  H.  Wicks,      Theo.  M.  Glatt,       Everett  F.  Crumb,       Geo.  A.  Tyler, 

John  R.  Lewis,  '  Jesse  E.  Jones 


The  Commercial  Travelers'  Mutual 

Accident  Association 

of  America 

UTICA,  N.  Y. 

Accident  Insurance  for  Commercial  Travelers 
only  and  at  Actual  Cost 

ENTRANCE  FEE,  $2.00 

The  cost  per  member  per  year  for  30  years  has  never  been  over  $9.00. 
Average  cost  30  years  S7.73 

BENEFITS 

For  Loss  of  Life $5,000 

And  if  loss  of  life  shall  have  resulted  from  an  accident  which 
occurred  to  the  member  while  riding  as  a  passenger  on  a  pas- 
senger train  and  inside  a  passenger  car  thereof,  which  train  or 
car  was  propelled  by  steam  power $10  (jfJO 

For  Loss  of  Both  Arms 5,000 

For  Loss  of  Both  Legs 5,000 

For  Loss  of  One  Arm  and  One  Leg 5,000 

Loss  of  Both  Eyes 5,000 

Loss  of  One  Eye 1,250 

Loss  of  One  A  rm  2, 500 

Loss  of  One  Leg 2,500 

LARGEST  IN  THE  WORLD,  OVER  80,000  MEMBERS 

A  RESERVE  FUND  OF  OVER  $550,000 

PAID  TO  MEMBERS  AND  THEIR  FAMILIES  OVER  $5,000,000 

Join  Now!  Don't  Wait  One  Minute 
George  S.  Dana,  Sec.  and  Treas.,  Utica,  N.  Y. 


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Denton  (Si  Waterhmry 
LUMBER 

Sash  and  Door  Hanufacturers 

Cabinet  Work,  Mouldings  and  Turning.     .Special  attention 

given  to  Fine  Interior  Finish 

PHONE 

Office,  Yard  and  Mill:  Clinton  St.  and  Erie  Canal,  Whitesboro,  N.  Y. 

Hugh  O  Roberts 

MASON  AND  CONTRACTOR 

Estimates  Furnished  on  Application 

All  Orders  Promptly  Attended  To 

Office  and  Residence,  135  Miller  St.  Yard,  178  Miller  St. 

Phone  5232  UTICA,  N.  Y. 

ALOIS  ULLRICH 

CARPENTER  and  BUILDER 

HASON  WORK- CABINET  WORK 

Repairing  arid  Job  Work  a  Specialty* 

PHONE  4044 

426  Blandina  Street,  UTICA,  N.  Y. 


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THOMAS  &  HUGHES 

Carpenters  and  Builders 

Jobbing  a  Specialty  Estimates  Furnished 

Office  and  Shop,  68  CHARLOTTE  ST. 
Phone  431-J 

JOHN  G.  ROBERTS 

CARPENTER 

JOBBING  PROMPTLY  ATTENDED  TO 

8  Union  Street,  Phonezm  Utica,  N.  Y' 


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JOHNSON  C.  DEWHURST 
General  Contractor 

Estimates  Furnished  on  all  Kinds  of  Bridge  Construction, 
Trestle  Work  and  Spile  Driving 

269  North  Genesee  St.,  .     UTICA,  N.  Y. 

PHONE  1891-J 

Langdon  &  Hughes  Electric  Co. 

Electrical  Contractors 

and  Jobbers  in  Supplies 

Phone  4800 

12  Catharine  Street,  UTICA 


FELIX  G.  BAPTIST 
Contractor  and  Builder 

Repairing  and  Jobbing  Promptly  Attended  To 
261  Rutger  Street  phone  Utica,  N.  Y. 

W.  K.  JONES  H.  B.  JONES 

W.  E.  JONES  &  SON 
Slate,  Tin  and  Metal  Roofers 

Phone 

Office,  Shop  and  Residence 
169  Howard  Avenue,  Utica,  N.  Y. 


23 


ESTABLISHED  1827 


FREDERICK  S.   KELLOGG,  SPENCER  KELLOGG, 
President  V.  Pres    and  Treas. 

BEECHER  M.  CROUSE,-  JAY  D.  FREEMAN, 
Secretary  Mar2ger 


harles  S.  Kellogg  & 
Sons  So. 

Wholesale  and  Retail 

LUMBER 

WE  CUT   OUR   LUHBER   FROH  THE   LOG 


PLANING  MILL 

Plate,  Sheet  and  Fancy  GLASS.     Fine  Interior  Trim  and 

Veneered  Work  a  Specialty.    Kindling  Wood 

and  Shavings 

Sash,  Door  and  Blind  Manufacturers 

Office  and  Salesroom,  HTTP  A     N     V 

Genesee  St.,  and  W.  S.  R   R  U11UCV,  11.    I. 

MILL:  Meadow  Street,  opposite  Lee  Street 

RETAIL  YARDS:  Genesee  Street  and  West  Shore  R  R. 

Glass,  Mantels,  Cabinet  Work,  Mouldings,  Scroll 
Sawing,  Turning,  Etc.,  Etc. 


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Griffiths  &  Pierce 

General  Contractors 

Contracts  Taken  Irrespective  of  Size 


TELEPHONE  24 


72  Charlotte  Street,  Utica,  N.  Y. 

J.  U  MATT 

Real  Estate 

Money  Loaned  on  Bond, Mortgage  and  all  other  securities,  Fire  Insurance 

Real  Estate  bought,  sold,  cared  for,  appraised  and  insured. 

Commission  .Brokers,  Money  Orders,  Etc. 

Telephone  488  J  553  Bleecker  Street 


N.  KROUTCH 

Residence  and  Shop:  133  West  St.,  Utica,  N.  Y 

Carpenter  ano  Contractor 


Jobbing  a  Specialty 

Phone  3374-J 


25 


WE  HAVE  THE  GOODS 

If  you  want  to  Buy  a  House  see  Horn  &'Son 

If  you  want  to  Sell  a  House  see  Horn  &  Son 

If  you  want  a  Loan  on  RealEstate  see  Horn  &  Son 

If  you  have  Money  to  Loan  see  Horn  &  Son 

If  you  want  your  property  Insured  see  Horn  &  Son 

H.  V.  D.  HORN  &  SON, 

205  Arcade.  UTICA,  N.  Y. 


Good  Barn  in  Connection 


Telephone  1762-J 


Union  Hotel 

PIUS  WURZ,  Prop. 

Imported  and  Domestic  Ales,  Wines  and  Liquors 
Rates  $1.50  per  day  DEERFIELD,  N.  Y. 


Open  Day  and  Night 


European  Plan 


(3enesee  llbotel 


John  Dehs,  Prop. 


6,  8,  10  Genesee  Street, 

Near  Depot 


UTICA,  N.  Y. 


26 


A  Ten  Year 
Guarantee 


A  TOOTH 
A  TOOTH 


, 


FULL  SET  OF  TEETH  $5.00 

TEETH  WITHOUT  PLATES  $4.00  AND  $5.00 

GOLD  FILLINGS  $1.00  AND  UP 

GOLD  CROWN  $4.00  UP 

Office  Open  Evenings  and  Sundays 

Guarantee  Dentists 

171   Genesee  Street 

'Lady  Attendant 


27 


M.  E.  HOOKS  CO., 

Electrical  Engineers  and 
Contractors 


Furnishers  and  Installers  of  all  kinds  of  Electrical  Apparatus 

Agents  for  Duntly  Vacuum  Cleaners 

Edison  Storage  Batteries 

PHONE 


39-41  Charlotte  Street, 


UTICA,  N.  Y. 


Successor  to 

RIEDEL  &  HILL 

Importer  of 

Wines  and  Whiskies 

Sole  Owner  of  the  Celebrated  Murphy  Rye  and  Dublin  Club 
White  Fawn  Gin 

-  Phone 

1  0  and  12  LaFayette  St.  Utica,  N.  Y. 


28 
ESTABLISHED  1830  INCORPORATED  1903 

GEO.  F.  WEAVER'S  SONS  COMPANY 

Office:  119  Columbia  Street.     Phone  407 
WORKS:  LOWER  PARK  AVE. 

Yard  Phone  3246 

Manufacturers  of  Fire  Proofing,  Hollow  Brick  and  Drain  Tile 

LARGEST  BRICK  MANUFACTURERS 
IN  CENTRAL  NEW  YORK 

ROBERT  G.  ROBERTS,  276  Brinckerhoff  Ave.  HARVEY  C.  NORTON,  15  Scott  St. 

Roberts  &  Norton 
General  Machinists  and  Engineers 

Brass  and  Aluminum  Foundry 

Pattern  Making,  Millwrighting  and  Electrical  Work.      Model,  Repairs  and  Automobile 

Work  a  Spscialty.      Shafting,  Hangers,  Pulleys,  Gearing  and  Castings. 

Estimates  Furnished  on  Application 

Corner  Franklin  and  Fulton  Sts.,  Utica,  N.  Y.  Phone 


SPERRY  &  SON 
FIRE  UNDERWRITERS 

Real  Estate  and  Money  Brokers.     Special  Facilities  for  Insuring 

Large  Manufacturing  Plants.     Employers'  Liability.      Boiler 

Explosion.     Legal  Papers.     Collections.     Notary  Public. 

Office:  26  Brainard  Street,  Whitesboro,  N.  Y. 

Phone  W-1263 


SCANLON  BROS. 

PRACTICAL  FITTERS 

Steam,  Hot  Water  and  Gas  Fitting.     General  Mill  Work.    Pipe 

and  Boiler  Covering 
Repairing  a  specialty.     Estimates  furnished 

Phones:  Office,  864-J;  Residence,  1248- W 

41  LaFayette  Street,  Utica,  N.  Y. 


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29 


V.  Marrone  &  Co. 

Commission  Merchants 


Wholesale  Dealers  in 


GROCERIES,  WINES,  ETC. 


Bankers  and 

Foreign 

Exchange 

Steamship 
Agency 


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29  Second  Street, 


UTICA,  N.  Y. 


PHONE  370 


Sole  importers  of  LION  | 
BRAND  VIRGIN  OLIVE 
OIL,  and  sole  owners  of 
the  renowned  PEACOCK  | 
BRAND  Pure  Olive  Oil. 


Also  direct  importers  of  Italian,  French,  Spanish  and 
other  European  Products 


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C.  E.  KENNEDY,  President  R.  H.  SPENCER,  Sec'y 

A.  G.  SENIOR,  Vice  Pies.  G.  A.  KENNEDY,  Treas.  and  Gen'l  Mgr. 


Mohawk  Valley  Roofing 
Corporation 

Successors  to  Utica  Branch 

Commonwealth  Roofing  Company 


638  Bleecker  Street, 

Utica,  N.  Y. 

Telephone  1996 

Vitrified  Tile 

Slate  Tile 

Brick 

Slag  and  Gravel  Roofing 

Darnpproofing  and  Waterproofing 

Asphalt  Floors 

Tar-Concrete  Subfloors 

Architectural  Sheet  Metal  Woik 

Cornices,  Skylights,  Ventilators,  Etc. 

CONTRACTS  EXECUTED  ANYWHERE 


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31 


Show  us  your  place  and  we'll  tell  you  how  to 


LIGHT  IT. 


Utica  Electric  Co. 


Illuminating  Experts 


Phone  2228-W 


242  GENESEE  ST. 


R.  E.  JONES 


Successor  to 


RONAN  &  JONES 

COAL  AND  WOOD 


Phone  1664-W 


Office  and  Yard  : 
95  BROAD  STREET 


We  Sell  the  Best  D.  L.  &  W.  Coal 
>     Free  from  Dust  and  Dirt 


32 


FRED  J.  GSCHWIND 

Dealer  in 

Drugs,   Medicines  and 

Groceries 

Corner  Mohawk  and  Mary  Streets 
Phone  3447 


B.  T.  HAND 

Livery,  Boarding  and 
Sales  Stables 

Kind  and  Gentle  Horses,  Up-to-date 
Single  and  Double  Rubber  Tire  Turnouts 

Broughams  for   Theatre,! Weddings,  and  Funerals 
Phone 

I  JO  ONEIDA  STREET 


Utica  Novelty  and  Mill  Specialty  Co. 

Thomas  H.  Murphy,  Pres.  and  Mgr. 

Manufacturers  of 

DRYING,  DYEING,  BLEACHING  MACHINERY  AND 
MILL  SUPPLIES 

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STEBER  DIRECTORY 


of 


UTICA 


ONEIDA  COUNTY,  NEW  YORK  STATE 

1913 

Containing  a  Comprehensive 

STREET  DIRECTORY 

AN  ALPHABETICAL  NAME  DIRECTORY, 

A  CLASSIFIED  BUSINESS  DIRECTORY 

with  the  Suburban  Villages  of 

NEW  HARTFORD  NEW  YORK  MILLS 

YORKVILLE  WHITESBORO 

AND  ORISKANY 

The  National,  State,  County  and  City   Governments,   in- 
cluding the  City  Institutions,  Societies,  Corporations, 
etc.,  and  much  general  Information.     <^Also  a  Pic- 
torial Section   representing   many    prominent 
Buildings  and  Principal  Business  Places 
of    the     City     of    Utica. 


Compiled  and  Published i^tfcf* Utica  Directory  Publishing  Co., 
VticaVN.  Y. 
Copyright  l«fM'3£.$y;'Eh*e  Ujic^'Dij-e^tory  Publishing  Co. 
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ABBREVIATIONS  USED  IN  CITY  directory 

Above,  ab.;  accountant,  acct. ;  advertisement,  adv.;  agent,  agt.;  alley,  al.; 
assistant,  asst. ;  association,  assn.;  avenue,  av. ;  baggageman,  bggemn.;  bar- 
tender, bartndr;  below,  bel. ;  between,  bet.;  blacksmith,  blksmth;  boards,  b.; 
bookbinder,  bkbndr;  bookkeeper,  bkpr;  brakeman,  brkmn;  bricklayer,  brklyr; 
Brinckerhoff,  Brink'hf;  builder,  bldr;  building,  bldg;  cabinet  maker,  cab  mkr; 
captain,  capt;  carpenter,  carp;  cashier,  cash;  Catharine,  Cath.;  cigarmaker, 
cig  mkr;  civil  engineer,  civ  eng;  clerk,  elk;  collector,  col;  commercial  trav- 
eler, trav;  commission,  com;  commission  merchant,  com  mer;  company,  co; 
conductor,  con;  confectioner,  confetr;  contractor,  contr;  corner,  cor;  cutter, 
ctr;  Delaware,  Lackawanna  &  Western  Railroad,  D.,  L.  &  W.;  department, 
dept;  district,  dist;  ditto,  do;  dressmaker,  drs  mkr;  east,  E. ;  Elizabeth,  Eliz.; 
employe,  emp;  electrician,  electr;  electrotyper,  electro;  elevator,  elev; 
engineer,  eng;  engraver,  engr;  expressman,  expmn;  foreman,  formn;  freight 
handler,  fgt  hndlr;  general,  gen.;  harness  maker,  har  mkr;  house,  h;  inspector, 
insp;  insurance,  ins;  Katharine,  Kath. ;  laborer,  lab;  laundress,  Indrs;  letter 
carrier,  let  car;  linotype  operator,  lin  opr;  lithographer,  lithog;  loom  fixer, 
lm  fxr;  machinist,  mach;  maker,  mkr;  manager,  mgr;  manufacturer,  mfr; 
manufacturing,  mfg;  market,  mkt;  mechanical  engineer,  mech  eng;  mill  hand, 
op;  milliner,  mlnr;  molder,  mldr;  motorman,  mtrmn;  national,  nat;  near,  nr; 
newsdealer,  ns  dlr;  New  York  Central  Railroad,  N.  Y.  C;  New  York,  Ontario  & 
Western  Railroad,  O.  &  W. ;  north,  N. ;  operative,  op;  opposite,  opp;  painter, 
pntr;  paper  hanger,  ppr  hgr;  patrolman,  patrlmn;  photographer,  photog; 
physician,  phys;  place,  pi;  plumber,  plmbr;  polisher,  plshr;  Post  Office,  P.  O.; 
president,  pres;  principal,  prin;  printer,  ptr;  proprietor,  prop;  publisher,  pub; 
rear,  r;  railroad.  RR. ;  resides,  res;  road,  rd;  real  estate,  real  est;  restaurant, 
rest;  Robert,  Robt.;  Rome,  Watertown  &  Ogdensburg  Railroad,  R.,  W.  &  O.; 
salesman,  slsmn;  secretary,  secy;  shipping  clerk,  shpg  elk;  shoemaker,  shoe- 
mkr;  south,  S.;  square,  sq;  State  Hospital,  S.  H. ;  stenographer,  stenog;  stereo- 
types stereo;  superintendent,  supt;  surveyor,  sur;  teamster,  rmstr;  telegraph, 
telg;  telegrapher,  telg  op;  telephone,  telp;  telephone  operative,  telp  op;  treas- 
urer, treas;  upholsterer,  upholstr;  Utica  &  Black  River  Railroad,  U.  &  B.  R.; 
Utica  Fire  Department,  U.  F.  D.;  Utica  Police  Department,  U.  P.  D. ;  waiter, 
wtr;  west,  W.;  West  Shore  Railroad,  W.  S.  RR.;  Whitesboro,  Wboro;  wholesale, 
whol;   widow,  wid;  William,  Wm.;  works,  wks;  woodworker,  wdwkr. 

GENERAL  INDEX  TO  CONTENTS  1Q13 


Page 

Aldermen    146 

Assessors    146 

Banks     152 

Blocks    (Location    of) 153 

Buildings  (location  of) £>\.  *T\  .1 

Business  Directory  of  Utica  and 


lages    fYr"rv 

Cemeteries    UE  C-  *■• 

Chamber   of   Commerce 1 

Churches   155 

City    Court 146 

Civil    Service    Commissioners 116 

Clubs     156 

Commissioner    of    Charities 146 

Dental    Societies 172 

District  Officers 151 

Federal   Government 151 

Fire     Department 146 

G.  A.  R.  Directory 171 

Halls     (public) 154  , 

Harugari     174 

Health  Bureau . .  .145 

Hibernians 173 

Highway    Commissioners    Oneida    Ce..>.  .*l/.0 . 

Homes    157 

Hospitals     ..    ....•...«.  .197! 

Improved  Order  Red  Men..    ...    ^ -1.74* 

Incorporated    Associations    and  '  Cora  ■    .  -•• 

panies     15S 

Independent   Order    Odd    Fellows 173 

Independent   Order   Foresters 173 

Knights     of     Honor 174 

Knights   of   the    Maccabees 174 

Knights  of  Pythias 173 

Local  U.  S.  Officers 151 

Masonic   1~2 

Medical  Societies  and  Associations 172 

Military  Organizations 171 


Page 

Miscellaneous   Organizations 167 

Musical     Organizations .172 

Name    Directory     (Utica 401 

eV"7 Hertford    Directory -j;i 

<Yctk    Mills   and   Yorkville 

iKwFry  381 

N*J  |2f>jk  State  Government 151 

Newspapers 1G5 

Odd  Fellows  (Independent  Order) 173 

Oneida   County  Officers 14S 

Oriskany    Directory 399 

Orphan  Asylums 15s 

Pai-ks    (location   of) 154 

Places  (location  of) 153 

Police  Department 146 

Postage   rates 175 

Postoffice   (Utica) 152 

Posioffices  in  Oneida  County 150 

,  Private   Schools 166 

Public    Halls 154 

-  Puhlte  Schools  of  Utica t 147 

Public  Service  Commission 151 

te.ilroads'  °.«< 167 

Red   Men    (Improved   Order  of) 174 

;  Royal  A'cari'm. 174 

Souares   (location  cf) 154 

•  <Hree't*'Dir'e\?t6ry.  "■!...  I 1S5 

Street    Railroads 167 

Supervisors   of    Oneida  County 149 

Tax    Collectors    in    Oneida   County 150 

Town  Clerks,   Oneida  County 149 

United     States     Officers    (local).. 151 

Utica    City    Government 145-146 

Utica  City  Statistics 4S 

Utica   Public  Library 148 

Whitesboro  Directory 387 

Yorkville     Directory .381 


2045408 


INDEX  TO  ADVERTISERS 


Page 
Aetna   Life  Ins.   Co., 

52  U.  C.  N.  B.   Bldg Backcover 

Agne,  Rushmer  &  Jennison, 

Architects,    Arcade    Bldg., 

Inside    front   cover 
Akehurst   Printing   Co., 

40    Charlotte Insert   827 

Alliaume,    Dr.    Chas.    E., 

219    Genesee Spl.    cap 

American  Hardwall  Plaster  Co., 

119    Columbia Bottom    lines 

Armstrong    Dr.    Geo.    A., 

23    Winston    Bldg : Spl    cap 

Ashton    Philo, 

Engraver,    62    Genesee Spl.    cap 

Bailey   Thos.   R.   &   Co., 

Painters,   79   Washington 

Bus.     dir.     '"Painters" 
Ballda    Electric    Co., 

6  JDevereux Bottom   lines 

Ballou  Chas.  H,. 

Printer,     84     Seneca Insert     673 

Bantham    Howard   F., 

Hardware,     123     Albany 10 

Baptist   Felix    C, 

Contractor,     261    Rutger 22 

Barber   Chas.    J., 

Plumber,   108   Mohawk 14 

Barnes   &   Buhl   Organ   Co., 

45    First Spl.    cap 

Barnum    Geo.    N., 

Upholsterer,  63  Kemble Ex.  heavy 

Bartels   Brewing   Co., 

Conkling  ave  and  Leah 

Side  lines,  also. .   15 
Becker   Philip, 

Leather,     131    Genesee 12 

Bellinger  D.   J., 

Contractor,   6  Noyes Spl.  cap 

Bennett  J.  E. 

Merchant  tailor,  123  Bleecker 

Bus.    dir.    "Clothing" 
Bispham  Chas.   P., 

Investments,    34    Martin    Bldg Cap 

Blaikie   Drug   Co.. 

Druggists,   202  Genesee Bottom  lines 

Blodgett  Frank  P., 

Magazines,    subs,    3    Clarendon    Bldg 

Spl.  cap. 
Boehlert    M.    E., 

Undertaker,    130    South Spl.    caps. 

Bonney   Walter, 

Optometrists,    186    Genesee 

Bus.  dir.   "Opticians"   "Optometrists" 
.  Booth.  H.  W., 

Typewriters,    120    Arcade    Bldg., 

Bus.    dir.    "Typewriters"    also....     6 
Boston  Quick  Shoe  Repair, 

412    Varick 899 

Bowes  Bros., 

Paper,    Columbia   and    Broadway 95 

Boyd    W.    G., 

Meat    market,    24    Square 121 

Bradley  &  Sexton  Co., 

Real    estate    and    Ins..    109    Arcade 7 

Brandeles   H.    X, 

Plumber,   101  LaFayette Corner  cards 

Brandt    Bros., 

Florists,  1333  Sunset  av Ex.  heavy 

Breen   Thos.    Co.    (The), 

Plumbers,    92    LaFayette Side    lin^s 

"Brown   Dr.   Henry  E., 


Page 

102   John Spl.   caps. 

Brown   James   F., 

Automobile  tops,  13  King Ex.  heavy 

Buckingham    &'  Moak   Co., 

Music  and  art  rooms,  119  Genesee 

Ex.   heavy 
Bunnell   Chas.   T., 

Livery,     3S     Elizabeth 16 

Burtiss  &  O'Connor  Co., 

Jewelers,  62  Genesee Ex.   heavy 

Butler    Walter    S., 

Ins.,    24   Gardner   Bldg Back   cover 

Cafarelli  Angelo, 

Insurance,   etc.,   17  Kossuth  av 46 

Capron  W.  B., 

Dentist,  219  Genesee Spl.   caps. 

Carey    &    Co., 

211     Genesee Cap. 

Cary   I.    B., 

Insurance,    Whitesboro,    N.    Y 403 

Central    Auto    Sales    Co., 

Plant  and  Hart  Sts Bus.   "Auto" 

Central  City  Electrotyping  Co., 

Syracuse,  X.  Y Bus.  "Electrotyping" 

Central  X.   Y.   Abstract   &  Title   Co., 

10S     Paul    Bldg top     lines 

Central   Stone   Co., 

205     X.     Genesee 7s 

Chamberlain  &  Co., 

Harness,  etc.,  30  Liberty.  .Bus.  "Harness" 
Chase    Dr.    C.    E. 

137     Park    ave .' Cap 

Childs   Chas.   H.    &   Co., 

Agricultural  implements Back  cover 

Childs    U.    J.    &    Co., 

Fire  extinguishers,  48  Liberty 9ul 

Citizens    Trust    Co., 

Seneca  June,   Genesee Insert  464 

Clark    B.    Thomas 

Optometrist,  2  Clarendon  Bldg.. Spl.   cap. 
Clarke    C.    S., 

Photographer,   2  LaFavette 408 

Clogher   Dr.    R.    E., 

Physician,    330    Genesee Cap. 

Cluett    &    Sons, 

Pianos,    229    Genesee 7 

Collins  John  J.   &  Sons   Co., 

Furniture.    330    Columbia, 

Bus.   "Furniture" 
Commercial  Collection  Co., 

409   Arcade Cor.    cards 

Commercial    Trav.    Mutual    Accident    Assn. 

of  America, 

70  Genesee 19 

Comstock  Dr.  Ira  M., 

Physician,   Yorkville,    N.    Y Spl.    caps. 

Comstock  Miles  C, 

113     White    Bldg Cap. 

Comstock  Sign  Co., 

Sign    Painting.    38    Charlotte 904 

Conley  F.  E.  Stone  Co.. 

71  Jay Spl.    cap. 

Congdon    M.   J., 

Renovating  Works.    122    Erie 901 

Consolidated   Water  Co.. 

234     Genesee "6 

Cooper  H.  H.  &  Co., 

Clothing.    33-37    John * 

Copeland  M.  C, 

Dairy,    Yorkville,    N.    Y 403 

Costello   &   Teefey. 

Plumbers,     5    Liberty Ex.     heavy 


36 


INDEX    TO    ADVERTISERS 


Page 
Court  House  Inn, 

5S   Charlotte Bus.    "Boarding" 

Crim   Dr.   F.   D., 

241    Genesee Spl.    cap. 

Crim  H.  D.  Auto  Co., 

213-215    Park   ave v.Ex.    heavy 

Crisman    Dr.    B.    J., 

249    Rutger Spl.     cap.  • 

Crist  Rubber  Co.    (The), 

4S   Franklin   sq Ex.    heavy 

Cronk  E.   D.    &   A.   F., 

Machine    shop,    6S    Hotel Bus.    dir. 

Cumberland   Hotel, 

New  York   City 12S 

Cymric  Printing  Co., 

21   Jay Back   leaves, 90G 

Dabelstein   Carl  C.   W., 

S3    Charlotte Insert    485 

Daly  W.  F., 

Wall  paper,  232  Bleecker 104 

Darling  H.   W., 

Bicycle  Repairer,  341  Columbia 16 

Davis   Chas.    P.    Sons, 

6  Noyes 112 

Day    &    Edie, 

Advertising,  25  Martin  Bldg.  ...Ex.  heavy 
Dean  Dr.  L.  W., 

40    Gardner    Bldg Spl.     cap. 

Decker  H.    M., 

Architect,     57        Broadway 

Bus.    "Architect" 
Delpho  Henry  F.  &  Son, 

Contractors,  12S  Elmwood  pi 17 

DeMallett   Studio, 

124    Columbia 107 

Denton  &  Waterbury, 

Lumber,    Whitesboro,   N.    T 20 

Dewhurst  J.   C, 

Contractors,   27-29  N.   Genesee 22 

Dodge   Rufus   W., 

Monuments,  Prospect  and  Holland 

ave 103.. 

Dolphin   Edward  F., 

Contractor,  16S  Rutger 17 

Donohue   J.   P.   &   Co., 

Insurance,    196   Genesee Ex.    heavy 

Doolittle  Suction  Cleaning  Co., 

244  Seymour  ave 5 

Doyle  William   E., 

Undertaker,   31   Blandina Cap. 

Drew   M.    M., 

Milliner,    4S  -Franklin    sq Spl.    cap. 

Droz    John    J., 

Plumber,    57    Court Cap. 

Dulan   &  Meany, 

Plumbers,   131   South 11 

Dupont    Geo.    H. 

Contractor,  Wheeler  ave  and  Hick- 
ory   101 

Durr  C.  A^  Packing  Co., 

Foot  of  Schuyler 68 

Eagle  Brewing  Co., 

35-4L  Third  ave SI 

Eastman  H.-  L., 

"The  Park  Ave."  164  Park  ave 120 

Eckert  A.  James, 
Investment    securities,    7S    U.    C.    N.    B. 
Bldg.,    Bus.    "Brokers"    "Investfhent    Se- 
curities." 
Edee    &   Mitchell. 

Pianos,    223    Varick Ex.    heavy 

Edwards    W.    G., 

•   Mantel  &  Tile  Co..   35  Charlotte, 

Bus.  "Mantel,  Grate  &  Tile" 


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Ehlinger  Chas.  J.,  442  Columbia, 

Bus.   "Gents  Furnishings" 
Eisenhuth  Fred  G., 

Garage,   196  South Ex.  heavy 

Emdin   Loftus, 

Painter,   98   Miller side  lines 

Empire   Coal   Co., 

195    Steuben Bottom    lines 

Empire  Wall   Plaster  Co., 

269    Kossuth    ave Spl.    caps. 

Endres  Otto  L., 

Sporting  goods,  217  Varick Spl.  cap. 

England   &   McCaffrey, 

Druggists,    188    Genesee 18 

Evande   Co.    (The), 

12    Plant Ex.    heavy 

Farrell  &  Gage, 

Physicians,  236  Genesee Spl.  caps. 

Ferriss  A.   F., 
Bicycles,     etc^Sg    Washington    and    121 

Columbia Ex.    heavy 

Finukin  H.   M., 

Pianos,     125-127     Columbia Cap. 

Firsching  Joseph  A., 

Machinst,    30-32   John 16 

First  National  Bank, 

91  Genesee 84  and  S5 

Fiscus    J.    Edwin, 

Automobiles  and  garage,   99   South....   47 
Fisher    &    Seim    Roofing   and    Steel    Ceiling 
Co., 

6   Union 7 

Foley  John  H., 

Well  driller,  34  Hager. .  .Inside  back  cover 
Ford  M.   G., 

General   repair  shop,    73%   Elm 904 

Ford   Sales   Co., 

72    LaFayette Insert   532 

Foster  Box  Board  Co.,^ 

Erie   and   Whitesboro 110- 

Foster    Bros.    Mfg.    Co., 

137  Broad Insert  533 

Foster  H.   Franklin, 

Washing  machines,   53  South 90S 

Frantz  Inn, 

Paul  Building.,  Elizabeth  and  Charlotte, 

Cor.  cards 
Fraser    Robert, 

173-181     Genesee 93 

Fretts  Geo.  W., 

Insurance,    28    Clarendon    Bldg., 

Bottom   lines 
Frey   Clarence   P., 

Insurance,    212    Genesee Cap. 

Frisbie  &  Stansfield  Knitting  Co., 

62   Broad 72 

Gardinier   I.    R., 

Automobiles,    117    Kemble Insert    541 

Gayde  Earle  A., 

M.    D.,    S9    Albany Spl.    cap. 

GeneseeHotel, 

6  Genesee 25- 

George  Richard  A., 

Architcet,   69   Genesee.  .Inside  front  cover 
Georgitso  John  A., 

Fruits,    Genesee   and   Pearl 10? 

Gerdon  &  Williams, 

Liquors,    117   Main 1!> 

Gifford    T.    C,    M.    D., 

246    Genesee Cap. 

Globe  Woolen  Co., 

119    Court 77 

Goldberg  Sam, 

Shoe   repairing,    236   Bleecker S** 


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Goldschmidt  Herman  F., 

Bus.    "Certified   Public  Accountant.  ' 
Goodenow  Printing  Co., 

54  John Spl.    cap. 

Gray   W.    C, 

Bedding  and   carpet   cleaning   works,    174 

Mohawk     5~>5 

Gray   Wm.    E.    Co., 

Fixtures,   etc..   64   Genesee S3 

Great  A.  &  P.  Tea  Co., 

2oS     Genesee S9S 

Green  Albert  W.,  Dr., 

Physician,    235   Varick Spl.    cap. 

Green   William   E., 

Roofer,   94  V-   Charlotte., 

Side    lines,    also    Bus.    "Roofers" 
Griffiths  &  Pierce, 

Contractors,    72    Charlotte 24 

Gschwind  Fred  J., 

Grocer  Mohawk  and  Mary 32 

Gschwind  H.  &  Sons,  303  Columbia 

Bus.   "Boots  and  Shoes" 
Guckemus  R.  J., 

Tailor,   414  Varick cor.   cards 

Guile  Dr.  E.  Bush, 

Phys  and  sur,  355  Genesee Spl.  caps. 

Guillaume  Dr.  C.  T., 

Phys   and   sur,    24S    Genesee Spl.    caps. 

Guillaume   H.    T., 

Dentist,    12    Clarendon    Bldg...Spl.    caps. 
Guarantee  Dentists, 

171   Genesee 20 

Hand   B.   T., 

Livery,  110  Oneida 32 

Hardcastle  &  Co., 

Real   estate,   208  Arcade 

Cor.    cards,    Streets   and   "Villages. 
Hart  R.   Seymour, 

Insurance,  15  Clarendon  Bldg.  .Ex.  heavy 
Hastings   Robert   E., 

Dentist,    5~  Seneca   Bldg Spl.    caps. 

Hauser  John  H., 

Painting  contractor,  59  Court 

Spl.  Cap,  also 17 

Hazlitt    W.    J., 

Insurance,  21  Etewart  Bldg Cap. 

Head    W.    E.    Co., 

Real  estate,  114  Arcade  Bldg S 

Hesse   &   Scharff  Co., 

Plumbers,    451    Columbia 97 

Heim   Fritz,   Jr., 

Delicatessen,    81    Washington.  .Ex.    heavy 
Heinrich  Geo.   D., 

Cigars,   62   Genesee.  .Bus. 

"Cigar  Manufacturers" 
Heintz   Fred   A., 

Undertaker,     330    Varick Ex.     heavy 

Heintz  Wm.  J., 

Dentist,    614   Columbia Spl.    caps. 

Henry    &    Bowen, 

Grocers,    88    South Ex.    heavy 

Heverin  Hugh, 

Contractor,    Seneca    &    LaFayette 

Spl.    cap. 
Hieber  John   C.   &   Co., 

"Dry   goods,    111-115   Main : 70 

Hill  William  H.. 

Liquors.    10  LaFayette 27 

Hobbie  Wallace  N., 

Engraver,   22  Stewart  Bldg 9 

Hoerle  Bros., 

Slate   Roofers.    604    Sunset   ave 17 

Hooks  M.    E.   Co., 

Electrical   contractor,    39-41   Charlotte.   27 


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Hopple  Frank  J., 

Real    estate,    214    Arcade    Bldg. ..  .Hanger 
Horn  H.   V.   D.   &  Son, 

Insurance,    205    Arcade    Bldg 25 

Horwitz   H.. 

Junk.  63S  Whitesboro 403 

Hotel  Wurz. 

19-21    LaFayette 16 

Hovvarth- Ballard  Drug  Co., 

183  Genesee Front  cover 

Hughes   John   F.    Construction   Co., 

35     Sharlotte 15 

Hunt  James  G.,  Dr. 

Physician,    5   Gardner   Bldg Spl.    caps. 

Idzikowski    Adam, 

Photographers,    252    Lincoln    ave 902 

Iroquois  Auto  Top  Co., 

401     Columbia 122 

Jackson   G.    Edwin, 

Architect,  T6   Clarendon   Bldg.  .Ex.   heavy 
Jacobson  Harris, 

Junk,     10     Seneca 13 

Jacobus  W.   C, 

Dancing,    79    John Ex.    heavy 

Jaglowski   &   Synakowski, 

Thorn    and    Wheeler 11 

Jenkins    Rees, 

Pianos,  66  South Spl.  cap3 

Jenny   &   Nelbach, 

Monuments,    S33   Columbia Top   lines 

Jensen  Chr., 

Dresdner  home  bakery,  456  Colum- 
bia     899 

Jessum   James   T., 

Architect,    LaFayette    Bldg.... Ex.    heavy 
Johns   Dr.    M.    W., 

196  Genesee Spl.   cap. 

Johnson's   Livery, 

13    John .Ex.    heavy 

Jones   Charles  W., 

Coal,    418    Conkling    ave 6 

Jones   C.    O.   Box  Mfr., 

New  Hartford,   N.   Y C7 

Jones   David   J., 

Monuments,     148    Miller Insert    827 

Jones  Housefurnishing  Store. 

93  Washington Side  lines 

Jones   H.    A., 

Architect.    18    Georgitso    Bldg.. Ex.    heavy 
Jones    Milton    J.. 

Seeds   and    hardware,    14    Liberty. 

Bus.   "Seeds" 
Jones    R.    E.. 

Coal.    S7    Broad 31 

Jones   R.    Frank, 

Dentist,    196    Genesee Spl.    cap. 

Jones   Wm.    E.   &   Son. 

Roofers,  169  Howard  av 22 

Jones  &  Baker, 

211    Genesee Cap. 

J.   &   M.    Electric  Co., 

204    Genesee Side    lines,    also       9 

Katzman   Nathan   &  Co., 

Junk,   etc.,  24-26  Broadway 10 

Kellogg   Chas.    C.    &   Sons   Co., 

723     Genesee 23 

Kempf  Bros., 

Pianos.    86    Genesee Bus.    "Pianos" 

Kenney   M.    E.    &   A.    M.. 

Opticians,   232  Genesee Top  lines 

Kernan    E.   F.   &  J.    S.. 

Insurance.    Devereux    Blk. 

Side  lines,  also 3 

Kerner  Pius  &  Son. 

Contractors.    2    Canal 14 


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Kilbourn  Wm.   M., 

Automobiles,   306   South 41 

Nnapp  Frank  W., 

Real  estate,  307  Arcade  Bldg., 

Bus.    "Real  estate" 
Kroutch   Nicholas  N., 

Contractor,    133    West 24 

Kruger    C.    W., 

Furrier,    4-6    Catharine Ex.    heavy 

Lamb   J.   H.F 

205    Arcade    Bldg Cap. 

Langdon  &  Hughes, 

Electricians,    12    Catharine 22 

Lancaster  Harry  L., 

Contractor,    109   Washington 

Bus.    "Masons" 
Leahy  J.  F., 

Laundry,    57-59    John 118 

Ledermann  A.   A.   Co., 

Automobiles,     231     Genesee. ..  .Insert     635 
Lees  Dr.  Rush  Oliver, 

Phys  and  sur,  230  Genesee Spl.   cap. 

Leffler    W.    H., 

Osteopath,  32  Gardner  Bldg.... Ex.  heavy 
Lesniak  John, 

Contractor,    208   Lincoln   ave 

Bus.   "Contractors" 
Lewis  House, 

Bagg's    Square Ex.    heavy 

Lewis   S.   R., 

Photographer,    221-223   Genesee 116 

also    Bus.     "Photographers" 
Lewis-Weller  Mfg.  Co., 

Spring    beds,    118-120    Erie 122 

Lloyd  R.  G.   Co., 

Contractors  39   South 21 

Lofaro  &  Rossi, 

445    Bleecker 125 

Lortz-Teuscher   Co., 

Beds,  600  Lincoln  ave 11 

Love  Henry  M., 

Patents,  93  U.  C.  N.  B.  Bldg., 

Backbone,  also 9 

Lynch  &  Kelly, 

Men's    furnishings,    106    Genesee 

Back  cover 
Maher  Bros., 

Clothiers,   Seneca  and  LaFayette 

Cor.    cards 

Marrone  V.  &  Co., 

Commission     merchants,     29     Second..   29 
Martin  Henry  G, 

Florist,   223   Genesee Side  lines 

Martin  &  Jones, 

Lawyers,    19-22   Mann   Bldg Cap. 

Martine  Dr.  Angellne, 

Physician,     325     Genesee Spl.     cap. 

Martus  R.  J., 

Tinsmith,    103    Eagle Spl.    cap. 

Matt  J.   L., 

Real   estate.    553    Bleecker 24 

Max  J.  C.  &  Co., 

Coal,     240     Genesee 117 

Maynard  &  Woodward, 

Cotton,    117    Columbia Spl.     cap. 

McAlpine  Paul  A.,   Dr.  , 

Dentist,  40  South Spl.  cap. 

McGowan    Frank, 

Florist.    80S    Sunset    ave 101 

McLean   J.   Fred, 

Dyer   94   Washington Bus.    "Dyers" 

Meade  George  D., 

Jeweler,  53  South Spl.   cap. 

Merriam  F.  M., 

V 


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Brass  foundry,   3   Carton  ave 

Bus.    "Brass    Foundrys" 
Mettelman    Jacob, 

Junk,    18-20   Hoyt 900 

Metz  Motor  Sales  &  Distributing  Co., 

Automobiles   25-27   John Insert   67? 

Millar  Chas.   &   Sons  Co., 

301    Main .' Front    cover 

Miller   Dr.   F.   M., 

Phys,  44-46  Gardner  Bldg Spl.  cap. 

Mohawk  Valley  Coal  Co., 

Coal,   10  Potter  ave Cor.   cards 

Mohawk  Valley  Heating  Co., 

22    Broad Bus.    dir. 

Mohawk  Valley  Roofing  Corporation, 

638  Bleecker,  page  30,  also  sub.  heads 
Morey   C.    E., 

Organ  builder,  5  Niagara.  .Bus.  "Organs'* 
Morris  Dr.   W.    S., 

Phys  29-30  Evans  Bldg Spl.   cap. 

Mullin    Martin, 

Grocer,  36  Green Ex.  heavy 

Munson  Bros.,  ^ 

Broadway   and    Erie   Canal 404 

Murphy   Thos.    F., 

Jeweler,    221    Genesee Cor.    cards 

Murray  Geo.   F., 

Cigars,    Bagg's    Hotel Spl.    cap. 

Mutual  Life  Ins.  Co., 

76    U.    C.    N.    B.    Bldg.. Bus.    "Insurance" 
Nathan    &    Kowalsky, 

Junk,     516     Whitesboro 14 

Natino   &   Nelson, 

Artificial  Limbs,  305  Varick Ex.  heavy- 
Nelson  -Schram, 

Typewritten   letters,    12-14   Devereux, 

Bus.    "Typewritten    Letters" 
Newell     (The, 

4  West '. 10£ 

New  York  Family  Liquor  Store, 

403  Bleecker opp  inside  back  cover 

New  York   Mills  Co.    (The), 

New  York   Mills,    N.    Y 91 

North  Western  Mutual  Life  Ins.  Co., 

22  Clarendon  Bldg front  cover 

Obernesser   Joseph, 

Livery,     323    South 8 

O'Donnell   &    Boucher, 

Jewelers,  122  Genesee 

Bus.   "Diamonds"  "Jewelers" 
Ogden   Grain   Co., 

Flour  and  feed,   65  Seneca S 

O'Hanlon   Thos.   &  Sons, 

2    Pine Iff 

Old  Home  Week  Committee, 

8    Elizabeth 401 

Oneida  Brewing  Co., 

49    Court Top    lines 

Oneida   National    Bank, 

157   Genesee,    Back   cover  also   88   and   89 
Oneita    Knitting    Mills, 

173  Broad 110 

Owens  A.   L.   Ice  Cream  Co., 

249    Genesee Spl.    cap. 

Parker  &  Stewart, 

Tinners,    30    Pearl 14 

Pattengill  Dr.  L.  F., 

Physician,  77  Howard  ave Spl.  cap. 

Pellettieri   S.    &   Co., 

Furniture,  536  Bleecker 106 

Perlen   Richard, 

Jeweler,    119   Bleecker Ex.   heavy 

Terretta  Rocco  &   Co., 

Grocers,    39   Kossuth   ave 123 


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Peters,   N.   D.   &  Co., 

Contractors,     23  Vz     Kossuth     ave 

Bottom    lines 
Peter  Thos.   C.   Printing  Co., 

241    Bleecker Insert    713 

Petersen    H.    C.    &    Co., 

Plumbers,  221   Park  ave Front  cover 

Pfeifer  Wm.  P., 

Florist,   2310  Whitesboro 5 

also   Bus.    "Florists" 
Pierrie   C.    R., 

Grocer,   Lincoln  ave  and  Oswego 12 

Pike  Geo.  N., 

Insurance,  10  Mann  Bldg Ex.  heavy 

Potter   &   Co., 

Automobiles,     Kenyon     Court 80 

Powell    Dr.    Wm., 

Phys  and  sur,   351  Genesee Spl.   cap. 

Pryor   Samuel, 

13   Blandina side   lines 

Purvis   A.    J., 

Printer  and  binder,  84  Genesee. Insert  721   j 
Quigley   Furniture    Co., 

Whitesboro,    N.    Y Insert    725 

Rayhill  John  W., 

Physician,    ISO   Genesee Spl.    cap. 

Retter  A., 

Dentist,    Clarendon    Bldg Spl.    cap. 

Robertaccio  Francesco, 

Physician   and   surgeon,    750   Bleecker 

Spl.  cap 
Roberts    Hugh    O., 

Contractor,    135    Miller 20 

Roberts   John, 

Monuments,   30  Washington. ..  .Ex.   heavy 
Roberts   John   G., 

Carpenter,    r   9   Court 21   and   900 

Roberts  &  Aitken, 

Coal   and    Wood,    323    Sunset   ave 

Side  lines 
Roberts    &    Norton, 

Franklin     and     Fulton 2S 

Rossi  Dr.   F.  John. 

Physician,  670  Bleecker Spl.  cap. 

Rowley  W.    C.    &   Son, 

56    Genesee Bus.    "Office    Supplies'' 

Ruscito  Frank  &  Bro., 

Ladies  tailor,   178   Genesee 43 

Salladin  Henry  L., 

Monuments.    296    Oneida 100 

Savings  Bank  of  Utica, 

233   Genesee 74 

Scanlon    Bros.. 

Plumbers,     41    LaFayette 28 

Scherer,   Fred   S., 

Liauors,    13   Liberty Ex.    heavy 

Schiffer  Lumber  Co., 

169    Mohawk 12 

Schmid  John  U., 

Contractor,  5  Weston  ave 18 

Schneider    Paul    (Inc.), 

Steam  and  water  heating.  Devereux  Blk. 

top  lines 
Sheppard    &    Collins. 

Cements.  89  S    Milgate Bus.  "Cement" 

Snowdon  George, 

Stained   glass,    Shubert    Bldg., 

Bus.    "Glass" 
Schrier  W., 

Machine  shop,  Jay  and   First Spl.   cap. 


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Schultz  &   Drury  Bros., 

Upholsterers,  13  Union Sidelines 

Schwab    Bros., 

Barbers,     223    Genesee 398 

Second  National   Bank, 

75   Genesee S2 

■    also  Back  bone 
Sexton-Campion    Co., 

(Changed  to  Bradley  &  Sexton  Co. 
Shaw  Wm.  H, 

Insurance,  26  Clarendon  Bldg... Ex.  heavy 
Sherry    M.    J., 

Carpenter,    2-4    Burnet 403 

Sisti  A.   &  Co., 

Grocers,    519    Bleecker S27 

Slawson    H.    F.    Funeral   Co.. 

Funeral  directors,  3  Blandina.  .Ex.   heav- 
Sloan  Andrew, 

Physician,    3   Stewart   Bldg Spl.    cap. 

Slowo    Polskie    (Polish   Weekly). 

120  Lincoln  ave 901 

Smith   Earl  S., 

Optometrist,    191    Genesee Ex.    heavy 

Smith   Dr.    Fred    W., 

Phys  and  sur,  2S0  Genesee Spl.  cap 

Smith    Stephen    M., 

Expert   accountant,    23    Oneida.. Spl.    cap. 
Speiler   E.    M.,  . 

Ladies    tailor,    50    Blandina 113 

Sperry  &  Son, 

insurance,   Whitesboro,   N.   Y 28 

Scjuier   Dr.    Herbert   M., 

Physician,    10    Winston    Bldg.  ...Spl.    cap. 
Standop    Ernst. 

Con  tractor,   274   Brinekerhoff  ave 405 

Stfinbrecher  George, 

Fin  escapes,  801  Columbia.  Ex.  heavy 

also  Bus.  "Fire  Escapes" 
Steinhorst   Emil, 

Tinner,  etc,  123  Square Cor.  cards 

Steppens    John    H., 

Insurance,  92  U.  C.  N.  B.  Bldg.. Ex.  heavy 
Stockhauser   Nicholas, 

Shubert     Rathskeller 791 

Stradling  Plumbing  &  Heating  Co., 

50     Genesee 126 

Stratton    R.    T., 

Photographer,    12S    Genesee Spl.    cap. 

Sullivan  W.   J.   Trucking  Co.. 

2-4     Hotel 97 

Sutorious    Bros., 

Hats,    116    Columbia Side    lines 

Swancott-Miller   Auto   Sales   &   Livery   Co., 

50    Washington Ex.    heavy 

Synakowski    K.    S., 

Coal,   Thorn  and   Wheeler  ave 11 

Syracuse   Trust   Co.. 

118    Arcade     Bldg Side    lines 

Szvpulski    K.    J.. 

Clothing.    4    Cana! Ex.   heavy 

Taft's   Dental   Rooms. 

186    Genesee Bus.    "Dental" 

Taylor  E.   M., 

Confectionery.    50    South Spl.    cap. 

Thomas   &   Hughes. 

Carpenters  and  builders,  68  Charlotte..   21 
Thomson.   Richards  &  Brady, 

Insurance,    87   Genesee. ..  .Bottom    Stencil 
Tibbits-Ward    Plumbing   Co., 

205  Park  ave Ex.  heavy 


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Tolibia  E.   &   Co., 

Olive    oil,    29    Devereux 905 

Troy  Salvatore, 

Monuments,     Oneida    and    Prospect. .  .102 
Turner  A.   M„ 

Auto  Livery,   42   Plant 900 

Ullrich  Alois, 

Contractor,    426    Blandina 20 

Underwood  Typewriter, 

Martin     BIdg 90 

Utica  Advocate, 

Liberty    cor    Hotel 3S6 

Utica   Business   Institute, 

111    Columbia Front     cover 

Utica   Candy    Co., 

210   Bleecker side   lines 

Utica  Carting  Co., 

35  Genesee Side  lines 

Utica  City  National  Bank, 

108  Genesee,  Back  cover,  also.... 86  andST 
Utica  Coal  Co., 

Coal,  Oswego  and  West  ave Spl.  cap. 

Utica  Conservatory  of  Music, 

29-35    Devereux 40    and    41 

Utica   Cutlery    Co., 

Wheeler  ave  and  Hickory is 

Utica  Cycle  Co., 

117    Columbia Bus.    "Auto    Supplies" 

Utica  Daily  Observer, 

1-3-5    Franklin 901 

Utica  Daily  Press, 

Main    907 

Utica  Deutsche  Zeitung, 

LaFayette   cor   Seneca 902 

Utica   Electric   Co., 

242     Genesee 31 

Utica  Engraving  Co., 

14-16     Devereux 814 

Utica  Gas  &  Electric  Co., 

222  Genesee Front  cover 

Utica  Herald-Dispatch, 

Liberty     cor     Hotel 856 

Hotel  Utica, 

LaFayette    &    Seneca 66 

Utica  Ice  Co., 

152  Kemble Top  Tnes 

Utica  Motor  Car  Co., 

52    Jay Spl.     cap. 

Utica  Novelty  &  Mill  Specialty  Co  , 

Hickory  and   Wheeler  ave 32 

Utica   Paper   Box   Co., 

35  Liberty Bottom  line? 

Utica  Paper  Co., 

326   Catharine Spl.   cap. 

Utica  Sanitary  Milk  Co., 

Tracy  cor  Francis Inside  back  cover 

Utica  School  of  Commerce, 

155   Genesee Top   lines 

Utica   Sign    Co., 

24  Pearl Spl.  cap. 

Utica  Steam- Engine  &  Boiler  Works, 

942  Whitesboro 94  and   95 

Utica  Steam  &  Mohawk  Valley  Cotton  Mills 

245     State Ill 

Utica  Sunday  Tribune, 

Liberty    cor    Hotel 3S0 

Utica   Trust   &    Deposit    Co., 

Genesee    and    LaFayette 92 

Utica  Typesetting  Co.r 

249    Bleecker 405 

Utica  Viavi  Office, 
186   Genesee, 


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Caps,     also     Bus.     "Natural    System    of 
Treatment" 
VanBaasten    Leonard,  • 

Real  estate,    31   Stewart   Bldg Cap. 

Vance   Robert, 

Express      63     Washington 39S 

Wallace    W.    F., 

Insurance.   10-11  Mann  Bldg.  .Front  cover 
Waterman   Ideal   Fountain   Pen, 

New   York   City 407 

Weaver  Geo.  F.  Sons  Co., 

Brick   Mfrs,    119   Columbia 28 

Weaver  John   M., 

Seneca  St.    Garage,    44   Seneca, 

Bus.    "Garage" 
Weber   H.    &   H.    L., 

Confectionery,   357  Columbia 827 

Weilhamer  G.  J., 

Turkish  and  Russian  baths,  11  Blan- 
dina    114  and  115 

Weir  C.   A., 

Meat   market,   1123  Bleecker. ..  .Side  lines 
Wells  J.   B.   Son  &  Co., 

Dry  Goods,  77  Genesee...'. Top  lines 

West  End  Brewing  Co., 

11-17  Edwards Corner  cards 

Westcott   Garage   C&  , 

Automobiles  cor  Cornelia  and  Cooper 

Bottom  lines 
Whiffen  Isaac  Sons  &  Co., 

Meats,    327-331    Bleecker '. 124 

White   John    A., 

Livery,   135  South 1? 

Whitesboro  Pressed  Stone  Co., 

2552    Whitesboro 127 

Whitesboro    Sanitarium, 

Whitesboro,     N.    Y..< 105 

Whitton  &  Sons, 

49    Green 405 

Wicks,   Hughes   &  Co., 

Plumbers,  224  Genesee Ex.  heavy- 
Wicks  Russell  H.   &  Son, 

81   West Ex.   heavy 

Williams  Owen   Co., 

Undertakers,    93    South, 

Bus.  "Undertakers" 

Wind  W.  E.. 

Bakery,  Whitesboro,  N.  Y. ..Corner  cards 

Windheim   Geo., 

Harness    mkr,    7    John 406 

Woolfenden  Chemical  Co., 

N.    Genesee    cor    Lee Ex.    heavy 

Wood    P.    C, 

Hotel,  Inlet,  N.  Y 47 

Worden  F.   S., 

Garage,    62   John 406 

Wurz  P., 

Union  Hotel,  N.  Genesee 25 

Yosi  Fred, 

Tailor,  122%  Eagle 903 

Y.   M.   C.  A, 

120  Washington 7* 

Y.    M.    C.    A..    R.    R.    Branch, 

126   Whitesboro Spl.    cap. 

Young  &   Cooley. 

Produce,  142  Whitesboro.  .Bus.  "Produce" 
Z!tzner    G.    &    Co.. 

Meat  market,   240  Rutger 903 

Zoeckler  Roland  T.. 

Florist,    3S    Hobart Cap. 


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3     Frank 


Ruscito 


&  Brother 


Ladies  Tailors 


[178  Genesee  St.l|| 

(between  LaFayette  and  Columbia  Sts) 

UTICA,  N.  Y. 


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Largest  and  Finest  Establishment  in  Central  New  York 
exclusively  for  Ladies,  for 


Elegance  and  Style 


for 

Quality  and  Fit 

WE  HAVE  NO  EQUAL 

Always  on  hand  for  the  Season,  the  latest  in 
STYLES        PATTERNS        SAMPLES 

Entire  satisfaction  guaranteed.  Prices  will  please  you. 

Call  and  inspect  our  establishment 

Frank  Ruscito  &  Brother 

Phone  2365-J 


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WM.  M.  KILBOURN 

flPPERSON  MOTOR  GARQ 

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Your 
Guarantee 


of 
Quality 

and  Durability 


Investigate  and  Motor  the  Apperson  Way 

"Try  to  buy  one  of  the  man  who  owns  one" 

New  Cars  Rented  at  Lowest  Rates 
New  Plan  Monthly  Rentals  and  Owners  Upkeep 

Salesroom  and  Service  Dept. 
306  South  Street 

Phone  3601 


CI  AM  A  BULL  OOO A 
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Established  1874 
William  R.  Hughes,  Pres. 


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Incorporated  1903 
James  R.  Hughes,  Sec'y  and  Treas. 


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The 

John  F.  Hughes  Construction 

Company 


Constructors  of  Modern  Buildings 


35  Charlotte  Street, 


Utica,  N.  Y. 


Telephone  650 


We  wish  to  call  attention  to  the  fact  that  besides 
performing  any  Contract,  regardless  of  Size,  we  have  a 
large  number  of  expert  mechanics  who  have  had  years 
of  experience  in  repair  work.  When  your  chimney, 
plastering,  stone  work,  or  anything  connected  with 
mason  work  needs  repairing,  call  us  on  the  telephone 
and  we  assure  you  prompt  and  courteous  treatment  and 
guarantee  you  satisfaction. 


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A.  CAFARELLI  &  CO. 
REAL  ESTATE  AND  FIRE  INSURANCE 

Steamship  Ticket  Agents— Notary  Public 


Fancy  Groceries  and  Olive  Oil  a  Specialty 


Wholesale 

and 

Retail 

Wines  and 

Liquors 


Best  Liquors 

and 
Bottled  Beer 

for 
Family  Use 


15  and  17  Kossuth  Avenue, 
Phone  2726  Utica,  N.  Y. 


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THE  AUBURN! 


Your  choice  of  14  Different  Models 


Prices  $1150  to  $3200 


Long  stroke,  powerful,  quiet  running  motor — the  Rutenber.  Electric  (dynamo)  lights, 
self-starter.  A  combination  of  power,  speed,  endurance  and  graceful  lines.  Finish,  workman- 
ship and  materials  unsurpassed.  Backed  by  a  reputation  of  40  years'  successful  manufacturing 
experience,  these  cars  will  win  you  from  the  first  inspection.  Ask  the  man  who  drives  one. 
Arrange  for  a  ride  in  one. 

AITDTTDXT    /"'ABA.0!?       99  South  Street  Telephone  2280- VV 

AUDUlVrN    Vj/YI\/AVj£>,  a.  Carroll  Turner.  Foreman 

THE  WOOD,  H^sSp] 

In  the  Adirondack  Mountains  but  Strictly  Modern.     Hrad  of  Fourth  Lake,  Inlet,  N.  Y. 
P.  C.   WOOD,   PROP.     (Formerly  proprietor  of  the  Forge  House] 


Enlarged.     Refurnished.     Accomodations  for  100.     Electric  Lights.  Steam  Heat,  First  Class  Table. 
OPEN  ALL  THE  YEAR.  Persons  with  Pulmonary  Troubles  not  taken. 


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POPULATION  OF  UTICA 


Population  of  the  City  of  Utica  from  1813  to  the  present  time. 

1813 1,700  1860 22,529 

1816 2,861  1865 23,686 

1820 2,972  1S70 28,804 

1828 7,466  1875 32,496 

1835 10,183  1880 33,913 

1845 12, 190  1885 39,529 

1850 17,556  1S90  (U.  S.  Census) 44,007 

1855 22,169  1900  (U.  S.  Census) 56,383 

New  York   State   Enumeration  1905 62,932 

United    States    Census    1910 74,419 

Directory    Estimate    for   1910 74,034 

Directory    Estimate    for    1911 77,110 

Number  of  New  Names  in  1913  Directory 6.S51 

Number   of   Names    Stricken    out   of    1912 4,986 

Number  of  Names  in  1913  Directory 37,517 

Number   of   Names   in   1912   Directory 35,652 

Increase  of  Names  in  1913  over  1912 1,855 

Estimated  Increase   in   Population 4,196 

Directory  Estimate  for  1913 84,413 


SALES  LETTERS    COLLECTION  LETTERS 

Two  kinds  of  letters  you  need  in  your  business 
TRY  US  ON  YOUR  NEXT  FORM  LETTER 

Nelson-Schram  Co. 

12-14  Devereux  St.  Utica,  N.  Y. 

Letter  Specialists  Office  Outfitters 


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FRANK  J.  BAKER 

Mayor  of  Utica 

Cut  courtesy  of  the  Utica  Herald-Dispatch 


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The  Final  Expression  of  Comfort  and  Service 


Utica's  New  and  Beautiful  Hotel 

MBBEI 


UTICA,  N.  Y. 


200 
Rooms 


Euro- 
pean 
Plan 


200 
Baths 


Hotel  Utica  has  no  superior  in  this  country  or  Europe,  either  in  construction,  equipment 
cuisine  or  service.  Its  central  location  and  homelike  atmosphere  make  HOTEL  UTICA 
the  most  popular  hotel  in  America. 

Management 
T.  W.  &  D.  M.  JOHNSON 


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C.  G.  JONES 


Factory,  Office  and  Residence 


10  Oxford  Road,      New  Hartford,  N.  Y. 


Manufacturer  of  High  Grade  Paper  Boxes 
of  All  Kinds 

Knit  Goods,  Millinery  and  Confectionery 
Boxes  a  Specialty 

Local  and  Long  Distance  Phones 


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C.  A.  Durr  Packing  House 

Foot  of  Schuyler  Street, 
UTICA,  N.  Y. 


BKbLJi^* 

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The  Most  Modern  and  Up-to-date  Packing  Plant 
in  Central  New  York 

Wholesale  Dealers  in  Fresh  and  Salt  Meats 

All  kinds  of  Choice  Sausages  a  specialty 

-     Local  and  Long  Distance  Telephones 


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John  G  Hieber  &  Co. 


INCORPORATED 


UTICA  MILLS: 

Hosiery  and  Underwear 


MOHAWK  BRAND: 

Shirts  and  Overalls 


Wholesale  Dealers  and  Jobbers  in 

Foreign  and  Domestic  Dry  Goods,  Hosiery, 
Notions,  Underwear  and  Floor  Coverings. 

PHONE  121 


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Office  of  the  TREASURER, 
65  Broad  Street, UTICA,  N.  Y. 

GEO.  A.  FRISB1E,  Treasurer 


FRISBIE  &.  STANSFIELD  KNITTING  CO. 
UTICA,  NEW  YORK. 


FRISBIE  &  STANSFIELD  KNITTING  CO. 

CAMDEN  KNITTING  CO.,         ....  Camden,  N.  Y. 

KENDALL  KNITTING  CO., Utica,  N.  Y. 

RICHELIEU  KNITTING  CO.,  No.  1  -         -         -  Utica,  N.  Y. 

RICHELIEU  KNITTING  CO.,  No.  2  -         -         -       Utica,  N.  Y. 

STANDARD  SPINNING  CO.,        ....         Oswego,  N.  Y. 


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The  Saving  Bank  of  Utica 


OFFICERS: 


Chas.  A.  Miller,  President  W.M    Kerxan,  Second  Vice  President 

Theo.  S.  Sayre,  First  Vice  President  Rufu.-S  P.  Biruskyk.  Sec.  and  Treas. 


Money  to  Loan  on  Bond  and  Mortgage  at  5  per  cent 

in  large  or  small  amounts.     Apply  in  person  or  by  letter 


Bank  open  every  day  10  a.  m    to  3  p   m.     Monday  evenings  6:30  to  8 
Saturdays  9  a.  m.  to  12  m. 


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CONSOLIDATED  WATER  CO 


Of  IITICA,  N.  Y. 


WEST  CANADA  WATERSHED 


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Globe  Woolen  Co, 

119  145  Court  Street 


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UTICA,  N.  Y. 


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The  Central  Stone  Co. 


Manufacturers  of 


Artificial  Stone  of  All  Kinds 


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Our  Burial  Vault  is  recommended  and  sold  by  all  the 
leading  undertakers. 

We  specialize  in  Building  Stone,  Concrete  Blocks, 
Window  Sills,  Etc.  Foundation  Piers,  Fence  Posts 
and  Clothes  Posts. 

205  N.  Genesee  Street,  Utica,  N.  Y. 

Office,  Phone  4693 
Manager's  Residence,  Phone  1740-J 


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The  Most  Popular  Place  in  Utica 


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FOR  MEN 


Gymnasium 
Swimming  Pool 
Men's  Meetings 
Restaurant 
Shower  Baths 


Hand  Ball  Court 
Pool  and  Billiards 
Dormitories 
Reading  Room 
Bowling  Alleys 
Bible  Classes 
Educational  Classes 


Membership  open  to  all  kinds  of  Men  and  Boys. 
Moral  character,  only  requirement 


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Hupmobile  Agency 

Potter  &  Co. 


Kenyon  Court 


Utica,  N.  Y. 


Phone  2731-W 


32  H.  P.  Roadster 

32  H.  P.  Touring  Car 

Clear  vision  Wind  Shield 

Silk  Mohair  Top  and  Envelope 

Rear  Shock  Absorber 

Prestolite  Tank 

Gas  Head  Lights 

Oil  Tail  and  Side  Lights 

Tools,  Horn,  Speedometer 

Trimmings — Black  and  Nickle 

Standard  Color — Royal  Black 


$1000— Detroit,  Mich; 


Equipment 


32  H.  P.  Roadster 

Same  as  Touring  Car, 
Large  turtle  back  rear  com- 
partment for  tires,  tools  and 
excess  baggage 


GOLDBERG'S  QUICK  SHOE  REPAIRING 

Old  Shoes  Made  New 


Work  called  for  and  delivered  free  of  charge— Phone  140-W 

Men's  Tap,  nailed  on  60c.  ,      Men's  Tap,  sewed  on  75c.         Men's  Heels  25c. 

Ladies'  Tap,  sewed  65c.         Ladies'  Heels  20c. 

We  repair  All  Kinds  of  Rubbers,  and  make  a  special  price  on 

Ladies'  Rubber  Heels  for  40  cents 

New  Methods — Perfect  Work         Satisfaction  Guaranteed 

Opposite  Hotel  Martin  236  Bleecker  Street 


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THE 


Eagle  Brewing  Company 

Cor.  Jay  Street  and  Third  Avenue, 
UTIC/\,N.Y. 


We  make  famous  PEERLESS  LAGER  and  MONARCH  ALE,  also  OLD 
STOCK  and  PORTER,  which  are  noted  for  their  delicious,  refreshing  and  invig- 
orating qualities.  You  can  have  these  brands  in  glass  or  wood  any  time  and  any 
place. 

Our  Bottling  Works  is  a  Model  of  Perfection 

THE  EAGLE  BREWING  CO. 

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CHARTERED  1862 


SECOND  NATIONAL  BANK 

OF  UTICA 

73-75  GENESEE  STREET 

United  States  Depository— New  York  State  Depository 
CAPITAL,  $300,000  SURPLUS  AND  PROFITS,  $380,000 


DIRECTORS 


Thomas  R.  Proctor 
D.  Clinton  Murray 
Henry  Martin 
Otto  A.  Meyer 
Walter  D.  Middleton 
John  H.  Sheehan 
Frederick  T.  Proctor  • 
William  T.  Baker 
John  J.  Town 
Charles  B.  Rogers 
John  A.  Giblin 
J.  Linn  Hughes 
Geo.  M.  Weaver 


OFFICERS 

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Thomas  R.  Proctor 
President 


D.  Clinton  Murray 
Vice-President 


Frank  R.  Winant 

Cashier 


Estates         )  _ 
Families       ^Notice 
Individuals  I 

We  invite  your  accounts 

We  also  have  a 

Fire  and  Burglar  Froof  Vault 

One  of  the  Best 

Safe  Deposit  Boxes— $5.00  per  year  and  upwards 

Reception  Room  for  accomodation  of  our  patrons 


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Lighting  Fixtures  and  Supplies 


The  most  up-to-date 
and  complete  Light- 
ing Fixture  Store 
in  the  State  of  New 
York 


The  W.  E.  GRAY  CO. 

Lighting  Fixtures 


64  Genesee  Street, 


UTICA,  N.  Y. 


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FIRST  NATIONAL  BANK 


OF  UTICA 


Charles  B.  Rogers,  President 
G.  H.  P.  Gould,  Vice  President 


Henry  R.  Williams,  Vice  President 

and  Cashier 
Frank  A   Bosworth,  Vice  President 


Capital.    -    =    $1,000,000 
us  and  Undivided-  profits,  $1,4SO,00*0 

Bank  of.  Utica,  Founded  184.2 
Succeeded  by  Eihst  Naiional Barilt  ol  Utica,  18.65 
"  Oneida  County  Bank  Merged  1900 


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No.  1395 


First  National  Bank 


OF  UTICA 


Charles  B.  Rogers,  President 
G.  H.  P.  Gould,  Vice  President 


Henry  R.  Williams,  Vice  President 

and  Cashier 
Frank  A.  Bosvcorth,  Vice  President 


FRANCIS  G.   WOOD 
E.  L.  WELLS 
CHARLES  B.   ROGERS 
FRANK  A.  BOSWORTH 
QUENTIN  McADAM 
EDWARD  G.   WAGNER 
JOSEPH  RUDD 


DIRECTORS 

NICHOLAS  E.   DEVEREUX 
BEECHEK  M.  CROUSE 
WM.  S.   DOOLITTLE 
J.   E.  WATERBL'RY 
GEORGE  S  DANA 
WILLIAM    F.   LEWIS 
GILBERT  BUTLER 


LESLIE  W.  BROWN 
G  H.  P.  COULD 
LOOMIS  BURRELL 
HENRY  R.  WILLIAMS 
MERWIN  K.  HART 
FRANCIS  X.  MATT 
F.  A.  ETHRIDGE 


CAPITAL  $1,000,000 
Surplus  and  Undivided  Profits  $1,480,000 


Bank  of  Utica,  Founded  1812 

Succeeded  by  First  National  Bank  of  Utica,  1865 

Oneida  County  Bank  Merged,  1900 


SAFE  DEPOSIT  DEPARTMENT 
Boxes  to  Rent,  $5.00  per  year  and  upwards,  according  to  size 

BOND  DEPARTMENT 
High  Grade  Investment  Bends  for  sale 

WOMEN'S  DEPARTMENT 

This  Department  offers  exceptional  facilities. to  Women  for  the  transaction 
of  their  banking  business 


FOREIGN  ENCHANGE  DEPARTMENT 
Drafts  and  Leuers  of  Credit,  pa)  able  in  all  parts  of  the  world 


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The  Utica  City  National  Bank, 

No.  108,  1 10  and  1 12  Genesee  St. 
Capital  $1,000,000.00 


Charles  S.  Symonds,  Pres. 
Melville  C.  Brown,  Cashier 


James  DeP.  Lynch,  1st  Vice  Pres. 
Thomas  F.  Baker,  2nd  Vice  Pres. 


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John  a.  Roberts 
Thomas  F.  Baker 
J.  DePeyster  Lynch 
Charles  S.  Symonds 
Robert  Fraser 


Directors 

John  \V.   MacLean 
Charles  a.  griffi* 
Melville  C.  Brown 
C.  H.  Yates 
Charles.  W.  Ccshman 


R.  Bloss  Billings 
George  A.  Frisbie 
Walter  J.  Green 
Wm.  F.  Welch 
Frank  B.  Rathbun 


Capital  $1,000,000 

THE 
Utica  City  National  Bank 

UTICA,  N.  Y. 

ACCOUNTS  OF  CORPORATIONS,  FIRMS  AND 
INDIVIDUALS  SOLICITED 


Inspect  our  Safe  Deposit  Boxes.        Rental  $2.50  to  $75 
per  year,  according  to  size 


A  WILL  DEPARTMENT 

For  the  Safe  Keeping  of  Wills.  Rental  of  Boxes  $2.50  per  year 

Foreign  and  Domestic  Exchange  Bought  and  Sold 
Vaults  for  Trunks  and  Silverware         Rental  moderate 


The  Ladies'  Department 

Their  parlor  is  equipped  with  Telephones,  Writing 

Materials,  Electric  Lights  and  all  modern 

appointments.     A  Lady  Teller 

in  attendance 


Accounts  Solicited  from  $25.00  and  Upwards 


The  Oneida  National  Bank 


155=157  Genesee  Street,  Utica,  N.  Y. 


Directors 


geo.  l.  bradford 
chas.  h.  childs 
geo.  deforest 

JOHN  E.   McLOUGHLIN 
E.   J.    MILLSPAUGH 
G.   FRED   RALPH 


FREDERICK.  S.   KELLOGG 
RtJKUS  P.  BIRDSEYE 
HENRY  H.  COOPER 

A.  SHARPE  HUNTER 

JOHN  F.   MAYNARD,  Jr. 
PERI-E  W.  HARTER 
G.  A.   NILES 


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Geo.  L.  Bradford,  President  Geo.  Deforest,  V.  President 

G.  A.  Niles,  Cashier  E.J.  Millspauch,  V.  President 


The  Oneida  National  Bank 


OF  UTICA 
155-157  Genesee  Street 


CAPITAL         =         =         =  $600,000 

SURPLUS  =         =         =     $750,000 


This  Bank  which  has  been  in  business  continuously 
since  1836,  is  conveniently  located  in  the  center  of 
the  retail  business  section,  and  all  trolley  lines  pass 
its  doors. 


SAFE  DEPOSIT  DEPARTHENT 

Boxes,  $5.00  and  Up 

Foreign  Exchange  and  Traveler's  Letters  of  Credit  issued 
Available  in  all  parts  of  the  world 

We  extend  to  our  customers  all  the  facilities 
of  a  MODERN  BANK  and  every  accomodation  consis- 
tent with  a  broad  and  liberal  policy  of  management. 

Accounts  of  firms,  corporations  and  individuals  solicited 


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THE  SAVING  BANK  OF  UTICA 

OFFICERS: 
Chas.  A.  Miller,  President  Wsi    Kernan,  Second  Vice  President 

Theo.  S.  Sayre,  First  Vice  President  Rufus  P.  Birdseye,  Sec.  and  Treas. 


MONEY  TO  LOAN  ON  BOND  AND  MORTGAGE  AT  5  PER  CENT 

in  large  or  small  amounts. 

Apply  in  person  or  by  letter 

Bank  open  every  day  10  a.  in.  to  3  p 

111.     Monday  evenings  6:30  to  S  p.  in. 

Saturday  9  a 

.  m.  to  12  m. 

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THE  NEW  YORK  MILLS 

NEW  YORK  MILLS,  N.  Y. 

Established  1824  Incorporated  18S4  Capital  $1,400,000 


Manufacturers  of  Corduro\  s,  ducks,  drills,  sheetings,  khakis,  scrims,  and  hosiery 

yarns;  also  bleachers,  dyers,  mercerizers  and  sheet  and  pillow 

case  manufacturers 


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Utica  Trust  and  Deposit  Company 

Genesee  and  LaFayette  Streets 
UTICA,  N.  Y. 

Resources  over  $8,5CO,OCO.OO 


We  cordially  invite  you  to  visit  our  new  building  which  has   recenth'  been 
completed.     You  will  find  it  complete  and  up-to-date  in  every  particular 


J.  FRANCIS  D.W 
Piesident 


CHARLES  S.  SYMONDS 
Vice  President 


D.  CLINTON  MURXAY 
Vice  President 


GEORGE  E.  DUNHAM 
Vice  President 


GRAHAM  COVENTRY 
Secretary 


CHARLES  J.   LAMB 
Asst.  Treasurer 


Thomas  F.  Paker 
George  L.  Bradford 
Frank  A.  Bosworth 
J.  Francis  Day 
George  DeFo'est 
William  S.  Doolittle 


Directors 


George  E.  Di-nham 
Frederick  S.  Easton 
Franklin  A.  Ethridge 
Robert  Fraser 
J.  J.  Gilbert 


D   Clinton  Murray 
Thomas  R.  Proctor 
Charles  B.  Brgers 
kichard  U.  Sherman 
san ford  F.  Sherman 
Charles  S   Symonds 


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ROBERT  FRASER'S 

Magnificent  Department  Store 


173-181  GENESEE  STREET,  UTICA,  N.  Y- 

Conceded  the  fi  '?.«•  Department  Store  in  America  forir^siz*,  an4  displacing 
at  all  times  the  fc^i  and  newest  productions  of  cite  matketav  &&  mast  AMdertta 


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Utica  Steam  Engine 

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and  Boiler  Works 

930-942  Whitesboro  St.,  Utica,  N.  Y. 

Cut   of  Works   on   preceding   page 

Founders,  Machinists  and  Boiler  Manufacturers,  Grey  Iron  and 

Semi-Steel  Castings  for  all  purposes 

SPECIAL  ATTENTION  GIVEN  TO 

Machinery  and  Building  Castings,  Engine  and  Pump  Repairs, 

Cylinder  Valve  Ports  and  Crank  Eyes  Re-bored  in 

Position,  Steam  Piping  and  Forging 

Pulleys,  Shafting,  Gearing,  Hangers,  Couplings,  Power  Trans- 

mitting Machinery 

Repairing  of  Boilers,  Tanks,  Digesters  and  Sheet  Steel 

Work  of  all  Kinds.     Boiler  Tubes  Cleaned,  Safe 

Ended  and  Replaced 

Patterns  and  Models 

Steel  Beams,  Steel' Channels  and  Castings  for 

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BOWES  BROTHERS 


GENERAL 


PAPER 


DEALERS 


Paper  Bags,  Blank  Books  and  Stationery,  Twines,  Butter 

Boxes,  Building  Paper,  Etc. 

Paper  of  Odd  Sizes  and  Weights  a  Specialty 

BUSINESS  STATIONERY,  PAPER  AND  PAPER  BAGS 
PRINTED  TO  ORDER 

Agents  for  Yawman  &  Erbe  Manufacturing  Co.'s  Labor 
Saving  Office  Devices 

Phon«   106 

219-221  Columbia  Sfefeef  and  53  Broadway 
Utica,  N.  Y. 


97 


'Phone  1216 


W*  J.  Sullivan  Trucking  Co. 

Trucking  of  all  kinds,  Boilers,  Heavy  Machinery,  Furniture  and  Piano 
Moving  a  Specialty. 

2-4  Hotel  Street, UTICA,  N.  Y. 

Handy  Men  Furnished  on  all  Jobs 

HESSE  &  SCHARFF  CO. 

ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS 


Phone  2610 


Sanitary 
Plumbing, 
Gas  fitting, 

Roofing, 
and 

Tinning 


Steam, 
Hot  Water 

and 

Warm  Air 

Heating. 


SUMMIT  STOVES  and  RANGES 

ESTIMATES  CHEERFULLY  GIVEN 
451  Columbia  Street,  -        -         -         UTICA,  N.  Y. 


98 


St.  Vincent  Industrial 
School 


Rutger  Street,  cor.  Taylor  and  Third  Avenues, 


BROTHER  GREGORY.  Director 


UTICA,  N.  Y. 


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It  holds  all  world's  records  in  open 

competition 

"The  Machine  You  Will  Eventually  Buy" 

Underwood  Typewriter  Company 

Incorporated 

51  Martin  Building,  Utica 

Branches  in  All  Principal  Cities 

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HENRYS.  SALLADIN, 

i295  and  ^iO'n'eida  Street 
Telephone^?     -    (    •"•.;   •%.:':  \:\\      UTICA,  N.  Y. 

Everyihing  in  Granite,  Marble 
and  Bronze 


Light  Barre  Granite  Sarcophagus,  fine  axed  and  carved,  erected  by 

HENRY  L.  SALLADIN, 

New  Forest  Cemetery,  Utica,  N.  Y. 

The  "Elm"  Cars  will  take  you  direct  to  Office 
and  Works 

We  use  only  the  best  materials  and  employ  Pneumatic 
Tools  to.  do  the  work* 


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101 


FRANK  McGOWAN,  Florist 


CARNATIONS  A  SPECIALTY 
WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL 

Phone  586-j  808  Sunset  Avenue 

O.  H.  DUPOINT, 


Contractor, 
Builder  and 
Jobbing 

Cabinet  Work, 
Store  and 
Office  Fixtures, 
ShoW  Cases, 
Scroll  Sawing, 
Machine  Work, 
Etc.,  Etc. 

SHOP: 

Cor.  Hickory  St.  and 

Wheeler  Avenue. 

RESIDENCE: 

83  Green  Street 

Phones 
5152Shop  1181-J  Res. 


102 


Forest  Hill  Monumental  Works 

SALVATOR  TROY,  Proprietor 

Dealer  in 

Granite  and  Marble  Monuments 

And  all  Kinds  of 

CEMETERY  STONES 


To  those  who  are  looking  for  an  Artistic  Monument  at  a  savingto  the  purchaser 
I  cordially  invite  a  visit  to  my  yard  where,  on  account  of  my  steadily  in- 
creasing business,  I  ha"e  been  obliged  to  install  a  large  pneumatic  tool 
plant  whereby  1  am  able  to  keep  up  with  my  orders. 

I  have  no  agents  to  cmvas  my  business;  this  is  a  saving  to  you  and  the  work 
which  I  produce ,every  day  speaks  for  itself. 


OFFICE  AND  YARD 

j»      Oppusite  the  Cemetery  Gates. 

Phone  1537-R 

Residence,  1 19  Lansing-  Street,  UTICA,  N.  Y, 

'Phone  472-J. 


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RUFUS  W.  DODGE, 
rionuments,  Markers,  Etc. 

Cemetery  Lettering 

65  Prospect  Street,  near  Forest  Hill  Cemetery 

PHONE  5318 


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The  Best  Materials 
Expert  Workmanship 
Lowest  Prices 


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Buying  Wall  Paper! 

LIKE  many  other  important  matters  is  generally  slighted  at  the 
time  it  should  receive  the  most  attention.  A  woman  makes  up 
her  mind  to  paper  a  room  and  postpones  all  thought  of  design, 
color  and  style  until  she  is  at  the  store  to  make  the  purchase.  Instead 
of  having  some  definite  plan  of  what  she  wants  she  just  trusts  to 
chance.  Is  it  any  wonder  she  is  often  disappointed?  When  you  make 
up  your  mind  to  paper  a  room  decide  how  you  are  going  to  do  it, 
what  color,  the  kind  of  design  and  the  way  it  is  to  be  put  on.  Make  a 
mind  picture  of  the- finished  room.  If  it  is  pleasing  to  you  it  is  good 
style,  no  matter  what  Aunt  Jane  may  think.  I  will  help  you  if  I  can. 
It  is  no  trouble  to  show  papers,  and  I  don't  want  you  to  buy  unless 
you  find  what  you  are  looking  for.    It  may  be  in  my  3c  Specials. 


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Gccd  taste  is  gcod  style  always.  Gocd  taste  is  a  splendid  substi- 
tute for  expense;  seven  women  out  of  ten  will  select  the  most  appro- 
priate design  and  color  for  their  rooms  which  the  stock  offers,  if  left 
to  themselves.  Therefore,  the  important  thing  for  them  to  consider 
is  the  stock  to  select  from.  Anyone  can  furnish  wall  papers  that 
have  only  a  house  cleaning  qualification — papers  that  simply  cover  up 
spots  and  dirt  in  the  wall.  Daly's  stock  is  full  of  Tapestries,  Two- 
Tone  Stripes,  Florals,  Plaids,  Pictorials  and  things  out  of  the  ordinary. 
A  vast  variety  to  select  from — a  chance  to  exercise  that  good  taste 
possessed  by  almost  every  woman. 

DALY,  the  Wall  Paper  Man, 

232  Bleecker  Street  Utica,  N.  Y. 

Opposite  Hotel  Martin 


105 


WHITESBORO  SANITARIUM 


Esub  ished  1893 


Alcoholism 

SCIENTIFICALLY   TREATED 


F.  P.  Bayuss,  VI.  D , 
Proprietor 


A.  E.  Stafford,  M.  D., 
House  Physician 


Whitesboro,  N.  Y. 

Litefaturd  on  application  Communications  Private 

Terms  Reasonable 
Bell  Phone  No.  2,  Whitesboro 


106 


Pellettieri's  Furniture  Store 

is  away  from  the  high  rent  district 
536  Bleecker  Street,  corner  Montgomery 


Bed  Room  Furniture,  Brass  Beds,  Dining 
Room  Furniture,  Parlor  Furniture 

Beautiful  and  up-to-date  and  at  prices  that  cannot 
be  duplicated 

It  will  pay  you  to  inspect  our  new  store  and 
new  stock 

S.  Pellettieri  &  Co. 


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124  Columbia  Street— just  a  step  from  Genesee 


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High  Grade 
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Portraits 
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Water  Colors         Oils        Choice  Engravings 


Portrait  Miniatures  Etchings 


High  Class  Photogravures 


Everything  pertaining  to  the  art  craft  of  a  distinctive  and 
individual  character 


VISITORS  ALWAYS  WELCOME 


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This  is  an  interior  view  in  the  handsome  store  in  the 

GEORGITSO  BUILDING 

Erected  by 

John  A.  Georgitso  &  Co. 


at  the  corner  of 


Genesee  and  Pearl  Streets 

The  second  floor  is  devoted  to  offices.    The  rp  floor  is  the 
home  of  the  Arcanum  Club. 


John  A*  Georgitso  &  Co* 


have  the  finest 


FRUIT  STORE 

in  Utica.     The  best  the  market  affords  at  all  times.     Fancy 
Baskets  for  gifts  and  holidays.     Also 

Confectionery,  Ice  Cream*  Soda  Water,  Cigars,  Etc. 


109 


The  Newell 


4  West  Street 


MRS.  A.  T.  SMITH, 


Proprietress 


Catering  only  to  refinfd  and  exclysivi  patrons,  the  NEWELL 
is  modefn,  in  every  resp§c{.  Yoy  will  Bny  the  comforts  of  home 
and  the  gpnveniences  of  first  class  hotels.  Large,  airy  rooms, 
single  an4  ensuue..     Strictly  fi.Fst  glass  table  board. 


4  WEST  STREET.  UTICA,  N,  Y. 


ONEITA  KNITTING  MILLS 

159-173  Broad  Street 


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NICHOLAS  E.  DEVEREUX,  President  ANDREW  FREY,  V.  President 

ROGER  J.  ROCK,  Treasurer 
..NICHOLAS  E.  DEVEREUX,  JR.,  Secretary 


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Utica  Steam  and  Mohawk  Valley  Cotton  Mills 


Utica,  N.  Y. 

Manufacturers  of 


"Utica"  and  "Mohawk"  Sheets  and  Pillow  Cases 

"READY  FOR  USE-QUALITY  GUARANTEED" 


Made  up  into  all  Standard  Sizes  both  Plain  and  Hemstitched. 
Sold  by  Dealers  everywhere 


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COTTON  YARNS 

for  the  Weaving  and  Knitting  Trade,  Cops,  Cones,  Skeins  and  Tubes, 

Singles  and  Twisted,  Universal  and  Foster  Wind.     Combed 

and  Carded  Peelers.     Solid  Colors,  Mixtures,  Dyed 

Egyptians,  also  Cotton  Yarns  Spun  by  the 

Woolen  System. 

OFFICE  245  STATE  STREET 

GEORGE  DEFOREST,  President                    FRANCIS  G.  WOOD,  Vice  President 
JOHN  A.  MCGREGOR,  Treasurer                 WILLIAM  A.  CLARK,  Asst.  Treas. 
JOHN  A.  PERKINS,  Superintendent 


112 


W.  A.  DAVIS  F.  J.  DAVIS 

Established  1850 


UTICA  STAINED  GLASS  WORKS 


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FURNISH  DESIGNS 
AND  PRICES 


CHAS,  P.  DAVIS'  SONS, 

4  and  6  Noyes  Street  UTICA,  N.  Y. 

*    Phone  2358-J 


113 


The  Secret  of  the  Great  Success  of  the 
E.  M.  Speiler  Garments 

is  in  the  fact  that  every  garment  is  not  only  the  acme  of  style  but  is 
the  very  best  possible  value. 

All  that  is  "smart"'  and  up-to-date  both  in  materials  and  trim- 
mings finds  its  proper  place  in  our  display  which  surpasses  all  past 
efforts  and  is  in  accord  with  our  usual  superior  workmanship  and 
popular  prices. 


E.  M.  SPEILER 


50  Blandina  Street, 


Phone  1190-J 


UTICA,  N.  Y. 


114 


Mr.  G.  J.  WEILHAMER, 


PROPRIETOR  OF  THE 


Utica  Turkish  and  Russian  Baths 


Informs  the  public  that  he  now  has  an  entire  building  devoted  to 
the  baths.  Everything  is  new  and  up  to-date  and  this  place  now 
ranks  with  the  best  in  the  State.  Perfect  service  and  satisfaction 
will  be  given  at  all  times.  Guests  can  have  comfortable  private 
rooms  and  remain  as  long  as  they  wish. 


No.  11  Blandina  Street,  Just  a  Step  from 
Genesee,  Opp.  City  Hall 

(See  following  page)  Phone  4025 


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Beneficial  to 
Everyone 

In  judging  the  value  of 
these  baths,  one  must  consid- 
er their  effect  upon  all  classes 
of  people.  Upon  persons  in 
perfect  health  the  action  is  as 
beneficial  as  it  is  agreeable, 
and  even  for  certain  classes 
of  invalids  it  is  invaluable. 
The  danger  is  purely  an  im- 
aginary one.  The  bather 
may  demand  a  cold  shower, 
but  in  nearly  every  case  it  is 
so  graduated  as  to  give  no 
shock.  Many  critics  seem  to 
overlook  the  fact  that  these 
baths  are  not  only  excellent 
for  the  nervous  system,  but 
also  stimulate  the  circulation. 

LADIES'  DAY 

Monday  of  each  week 


Turkish  Baths 

$1.00 

1.00 

5.00 

Plain  Bath  . 

50 

Massage $1.50 

2.00 

Alcohol,  Salt    Witch  Hazel    Dry  Rub   each    . 

25 

Oil 

50 

50 

COMFORTABLE  PRIVATE  ROOMS 

Guests  can  remain  as  long  as  they  wish 
Phone  4025 


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116 


LEWIS 

The  Children  s  Photographer 


invites  you  to  bring  the  children  to  him  when  in  search  oflgood 
photographs. 

He  is  a  specialist  in  that  branch  of  photography. 

Make  an  engagement  by  phone  and  avoid  waiting. 


Fort  Schuyler  Bldg.,  Opposite  City  Hall 


117 


J.  Conrad  Max 


Richard  T.  Benson 


J.  Conrad  Max  &  Co. 

Miners  and  Shippers 

High  Grade  Bituminous  Coal 

Greensburg  and  Yonghiogheny  Gas  Coals,   Rey- 
noldsville,  South  Fork  and  Clearfield  Coals 
Foundry  and  Furnace  Coke 


240  Genesee  Street, 


UTICA,  N.  Y. 


J.  Conrad  Max 


Richard  T.  Benson' 


J.  Conrad  Max  &  Co. 

Retail  Dealers 

Celebrated  Deleware,  Lackawanna  and 
Western  Scranton  Coal 

All  our  coal  is  thoroughly  screened  and  best  of  attention 
given  to  deliveries 


Storage  Yard  and  Trestle 
West  Shore  R.  R.  and  AlbanySt. 
Yard  Office,  229  Nichols  St. 
Phone  5025 


Main  Office 

240  Genesee  Street 

Utica,  N.  Y. 

Phone  2030 


118 


LEAHY'  LAUNDRY, 

57-59  John  St. 

JAMES  F.  LEAHY,  Proprietor 

(Branches  throughout  the  City) 
PHONE  500 


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This  old  established  laundry  has  given  absolute  satisfaction  for  many  years.  All 
kinds  of  work  from  the  smallest  to  the  largest  receives  prompt  and  careful  attention. 
Satisfaction  guaranteed  always. 


Foster  Box  Board  Company 


Box  Board  Factory  and  Paper  Box  Factory 


210  Erie  Street, 


UTICA,  N.  Y. 


Phone  951 


Manufacturers  of 


Paper  Boxes  and  Plain  and  Colored  Set-up 
and  Folding  Box  Boards 


Our  Mottoes:  — "BEST  QUALITY, "  "PROMPT  SHIPMENTS" 


120 


The  Park  Avenue 

164  Park  Avenue,  Utica,  N.  Y. 

H.  L.  EASTMAN 


Delightfully  Situated 


High  Elevation 


A  Home  for  Families  or  Single  Guests 
Appreciative  of  Modern  Conveniences 

LARGE,  AIRY  ROOMS 
Single  or  Ensuite 


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W.  Q.  BOYD, 

Wholesale  and  Retail  Dealer  in  all  kinds  of 

FRESH  AND  CURED  MEATS 

In  our  own  new,  remodeled  and  up-to-date  establishment 


Nothing  but  the  Choicest  Meats  are  always  sold  here 

Home  Made  Lard  and  Sausages 

of  all  kinds 

HAMS  AND  BACON 

Our  own  curing  from  choice  country  pigs.      Prompt  delivery  to  all  parts  of  the  city 

Phone  1771 

22-24  Square  St.,  UTICA,  N.  Y. 


122 


The  Rest  is 

Our  Mark 

Without  Pillow  Head 


With  Pillow  Head 


Manufacturers  of 

The  only  practical  Triple  Deck  Springs 
The  only  practical  Pillow  Head  Springs 

-  Hotel  Springs  a  specialty 

also  Chair  and  Couch  Seat  Constructions 

The  Lewis- Weller  Mfg.  Co. 

118-120  Erie  Street,  Phone  2647-W  UTICA,  N.  Y. 

Our  new  plant  at  620  Lincoln  Ave.  wiil  be  occupied  about  Nov.  1,  1913 

"TOPS  THAT  HARMONIZE" 


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"TOPS  OF  QUALITY"  made  from  best  of  materials  and  workmanship 

PERFECT  FIT        LONG  SERVICE         RIGHT  PRICE 

Insist  on  "IROQUOIS"  Seat  Covers  Ask  for  samples  and  prices 

IROQUOIS  AUTO  TOP  COMPANY,  Inc. 


401-407  Columbia  Street, 


Phone  736-J 


UTICA,  N.  Y. 


123 


Rocco  Perretta  &  Co. 

Retail  Store— 39  Kossuth  Ave. 
Wholesale  Store— 46-48  Kossuth  Ave.  cor.  Jay  St. 
UTICA,  N.  Y. 

Phone  1552  J 


The  extensive  and  growing  busiress  of  this  firm  has  made  it  necessary  to  build  new 

and  enlarged  quarters      The  building  shown  on  this  page 

is  new,  modern  and  up-to-date 

Importers  and  Commission  Merchants 
Foreign  and  Domestic  Groceries 

Imported  Wines  and  Liquors 

Olive  Oil  a  Specialty 


124 


Isaac  Whiffen's  Sons  Company 

Packers  of  Pork  and 
Dealers  in  Provisions 


We  retail  the  choicest  of  fresh  and  salt  meats, 

always  carrying  a  complete  line. 

Our  Sugar  Cured  Hams    and    Bacon,    O.    K. 

Lard    and    Star    Sausage    are    the    finest    in 

America. 

327,  329,  331  BLEECKER  STREET;  46-48  JAY  STREET, 


UTICA,  N.  Y. 


125 


Phone  793 


Established  1893 


LOFARO  &  ROSSI 

Importers  and  Commission  Merchants 


Wholesale  Dealers  in  Groceries,  Wines  and  Liquors 
Bankers  and  Foreign  Exchange 


Owners  of 

Uneeda  Oil 

the  purest  and  finest  Italian  Olive 
Oil,  analyzed  by  Dr.  A.  P.  Sy., 
Professor  of  Chemistry  at  the  Uni- 
versity of  Buffalo. 

Helps  digestion  and  prevents 
appendicitis 

For  Sale  at  all  Drug  Stores 

Price 
$3.2$  per  gal.  $1.65  per  one  half  gal 

.90  per  one  quarter  gal.     .50  per  one  eighth  gal. 
.30  per  one  sixteenth  gal. 


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AMING 


PLUMBING  &  HEATING   CO. 

&0  Genesee  Si.£$ffl 


Sanitary  Plumbing,  Steam  and  Hot  Water 
Heating  and  Gas  Fitting 

Agents  for  Sterling  Ranges  and  Incandescent  Goods 


STRADLING 

PLUMBING  &  HEATING  CD. 


Phone  40 


UTICA,  N.  Y. 


127 


Whitesboro  Pressed  Stone 

Works 


P.  E.  HOFFMAN,  Prop. 


Dealers  in 


Cement  and  Cement  Products 


Works 
2552  Whitesboro  Street, 

(near  Halfway  Bridge) 

UTICA,  N.  Y. 

Phone  2856-J 

Residence 
169  Main  Street, 
Whitesboro,  N.  Y.  ' 

Phone  43-J  Whitesboro 


128 


Hotel  Cumberland 

NEW  YORK 

Broadway,  at  54th  Street 
Near  50th  St.  Subway  Station  and  53rd  St.  Elevated 


"Broadway"  Cars  from  Grand  Central  Depot  pass  the  door 
NEW  AND  FIREPROOF 

Best  Hotel  Accomodations  in  New  York  at  Reasonable  Rates 

$2.50  with  Bath,  and  up 
Suites  $4.00  and  up 

Special  Rates  for  Permanent  Guests 

All  Hardwood  Floors  and  Oriental  Rugs 

Ten  minutes'  walk  to  30  Theatres 

Excellent  Restaurant        Prices  Moderate 

SEND  FOR  BOOKLET 


HARRY  P.  STIMSON,, 

Formerly  with  Hotel  Imperial 


Only  New  York  Hotel  window-screened  throughout 


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UTICA  CITY  DIRECTORY 


1913 


Copyright  1913,  by  The  Utica  Directory  Publishing  Co. 


MISCELLANY 


Utica  City   Government 


Utica  was  Incorporated  as  a  village 
April  7,  1S17,  and  as  a  city  February  13, 
1832. 

Chapter  473  of  the  Laws  of  1906,  pro- 
viding a  uniform  charter  for  cities  of  the 
second  class,  which  is  commonly  called 
the  White  Charter,  came  into  force  in 
Utica  on  January  1st,  1908.  On  that  date 
Utica,  Schenectady  and  Yonkers  became 
cities  of  the  second  class,  and  as  such 
entered  the  same  group  with  Syracuse, 
Albany    and    Troy. 

This  charter  makes  general  provision 
for  the  offices  of  the  city  as  follows-  Sec. 
11.  Elective  officers. — There  shall  be 
elected  by  the  qualified  electors  of  the 
city,  a  mayor,  comptroller,  treasurer, 
president  of  the  common  council  and  four 
assessors.  There  shall  be  elected  by  the 
qualified  electors  of  each  ward  of  the  city 
an  alderman  and  a  supervisor.  There 
shall  also  be  elected  by  the  qualified  elec- 
tors of  the  city,  and  of  the  wards  thereof 
such  other  officers  as  may  be  provided  by 
law. 

Sec.  12.  Appointive  officers — There  shall 
be  appointed  by  the  mayor  a  corporation 
counsel,  city  engineer,  commissioner  of 
public  works,  commissioner  of  public  safe- 
ty, commissioner- of  charities  and  sealer  pf 
weights  and  measures.  Other  officers  may 
be  appointed  as  provided  in  this  act  or 
otherwise  by  law.  All  appointments  to 
any  city  office  shall  be  evidenced  by  n 
certificate  in  writing,  signed  by  the  ap- 
pointing officer  and  filed  forthwith  in  the 
office  of  the  city  clerk.  If  an  appoint- 
ment be  made  by  the  common  council 
such  certificate  shall  be  signed  by  the  of- 
ficer presiding  at  the  time  the  appoint- 
ment was  made  and  attested  by  the  city 
clerk.'  '?*!    • 

Under    the    new    charter    the    prircipai 
officers  for  the  city  for  1913  follow: 
Mayor — 

Frank   J.    Baker ;.'.'.'..,.  ..$1,500 

Lo'uis  E.  Krohn,  secretary ..'....  j .?.  !  1,230 
Miles  E.  O'Neil,  custodian  Cfty  ' 

Hall    .  1,000 

City  Clerk—  '.."••• 

J.    Phil    BannigaaV. .;..«.:.  '.♦. . .  .*.'•<  -  $2,200 

William  S.   Pugh,  'deputy..' 1,500 

Thomas^C.   Redmonrl,   clerk 1.200 

Comptroller — 

Fred  G.  Reusswig |3,000 

Arthur   B.    Beatty,    deputy 1,800 


Press   Risinger,   bookkeeper 1,200 

E.  H.  Westfall,  warrant  clerk 1,200 

City  Treasurer — 

James    J.    Devereux,    treasurer $2,500 

William    J.    Jordan,    deputy 1,800 

H.   J.   Marsden,   bookkeeper 1,500 

Michael   F.   Buckley,   cashier 1,200 

Corporation    Counsel — 

Seward  A.   Miller 3,500 

Fred  E.  Lewis,  1st  assistant 1,200 

Elizabeth  H.  Welch,  gen  stenog 900 

City    Engineer — 

George   W.   Hackett $3,000 

C.    Ballard   Taylor,   deputy 2,000 

George    B.    Scott,    draughtsman 1,200 

Commissioner   of   Public   Safety — 

Thomas  V.   Church $2,500 

Rudolph  C.  Nagel.  deputy 1,500 

Bureau    of    Health —     • 

Frank   D.    Crim,    health   officer $2,000 

Fred    R.    Ford,    deputy 1,300 

Charles  L.  Pringle,  registrar 900 

Benjamin   Roberts,   clerk 720 

H.   R.  Hobbes,  disinfector 720 

James  Hennessy,  meat  inspector...  720 
R.  Vaughn  Jones,  garbage  inspector.  720 
Charles  McGinley,  health  inspector.  720 
George  Lang,  sanitary  Inspector....       720 

HEALTH     DEPARTMENT 
The  designation  of  districts  for  the  phy- 
sicians   is    as    follows: 

Chief     School     Inspector— Dr.     Le     Roy    H. 
Jones. 

Ward  1,  with  Schools  No.  23  and  No. 
15th,  Dr.  H.  W.  Jones. 

Ward  2,  east  of  Schuyler  street.  Schools 
No.  3,  No.  3  annex  and  No.  18,  Dr.  William 
H.  Beattie. 

Ward  2.  west  of  Schuyler  street,  ward 
6,  ward  14,  northwest  of  the  State  Hos- 
pital, Schools  No.  21  and  No.  6,  Dr.  M. 
W.  Johns.  U   '' 

Ward  3,  ward  11,  Schools  No.  4  and 
No.  13,  Dr.  S.  J.  Fairbank. 

.Ward  4,  School  No.  5  and  the  Advanced 
■School,    Dr.   J.   W.   Fleming. 
..Wawl  5,   ward  10,   Blandlna  Street  School 
and   South   Street   School  annex.   Dr.   Fran- 
cesco. Robei-tnc£U\ 

vYird  7.   Schools  No.   17.  22  and  Prospect 
i   Strpet  School:  Dr.  D.  C.  Dye. 

Ward  8,  north  of  Bleecker  Street, 
Schools  No.  7  (Bleecker  Street)  and  No. 
8,  Dr.  John  Rossi. 

Ward  8,  south  of  Bleecker  Street,  Mary 
Street    School   and   Lansing   Street   School, 


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Dr.  J.  W.  W.  Dimon. 

Waid    9,    east    of    State    Hospital;    ward 

14,    Schools    No.    11    and    No.    19,    Dr.    Fred 

Kempf. 

Ward  12,  ward  15,  School  No.  20,  Arthur 

Street  annex  and  the  Utica  Free  Academy, 

Dr.  Frederick  Owens. 

Ward   13,   Schools   No.   9  and   No.   14,   Dr. 

W.  V.   Quinn. 

Commissioner  of  Public  Works — 

Clifford  Lewis,  jr $2,500 

Charles  H.  F.  Agne,  deputy 1,500 

William  A.  Foster,  sec.  and  clerk...   1,000 
.Harvey     A.      Bensberg      mercantile 
inspector  and  sealer  of  weights  and 
measures     1,080 

Commissioner  of  Charities — 

Arthur  J.  Lowery $2,000 

Dennis  P.   Creedon,   deputy  commis- 
sioner       1,500 

'    Joseph  Koult,   overseer  poor.." 1,500 

John  G.  Emdin,  investigator 900 

Miss    O'Neill,    head    nurse,    General 
Hospital   1,000 

Department   of    Buildings — 
William  L.   Stroebel,  superintendent. 
W.   O.   Jones,   deputy  superintendent. 

Board    of    Assessors — 

James    D.    Smith,    chairman 2,000 

T.   W.   Arthur 2,000 

Christian    Bodmer 2,000 

Phil    C.     Hammes 2,000 

Chas.  F.  Jones,  secretary 1,500 

Windsor  A.  Martin,  clerk 1,000 

City   Court — 

James  K.   O'Connor,   City  Judge $3,000 

Dwight    H.    Colegrove,    special    city 

judge     1,200 

F.    M.    Kinney,    clerk 1,200 

Wm.    L.    O'Connor,    dep   elk 900 

T.      A.     Fletcher,      chief     probation 

officer     

John  P.  Moore,  attendance  officer...' 

Elizabeth     W.      Griffith,      probation 

officer     

Plumbing    Board — 

Thomas     Booth 

Augustus   W.    Danquer. 
John   P.    Shaughnessy. 

Plumbing  Inspectors — 
George  H.  Schaub 
Frank  Gardiner. 

Civil  Service  Commissioners — 

Charles    T.    Evans 

George    Wankel 300 

Fred  J.   Davis 300 

Curtis  F.  Alliaume,  chief  examiner.      500 
Board  of  Estimate  and  Apportionment— 

The  Mayor,  Comptroller,  Corporation  Coun- 
sel, President  of  the  Common  Council  and 

City    Engineer.      J.    Phil    Bannigan,    secre- 


900 
840 


300 


300 


tary. 

Board  of  Contract  and  Supply— The 
Mayor,  Comptroller,  Corporation  Counsel, 
Commissioner  of  Public  Works  and  City 
Engineer.  Francis  E.  Roberts,  secretary, 
$2,000. 

Board    of    Park    Commissioners— F.    Wil- 
liam Bensberg,  Frank  T.  Thomas  and  Tom 
W.     Johnson.     Secretary,     W.    M.    Morton, 
superintendent,   E.   M.   Swiggett. 
Common    Council — 

Clarence    Stetson,    President $1,000 

Edward  K.  Miller,  President  pro  tern. 

J.   Phil  Bannigan,   city  clerk $2,200 

William  Pu^h,  deputy  clerk.: 1,500 

Thomas  C.  Redmond,  license  clerk..   1,200 

Aldermen— Salary  $500  each — 1st  ward, 
Frank  Ryan,  2d  ward,  Moses  J.  Goldbas; 
3d  ward,  Albert  H.  Geiersbach;  4th  ward, 
Ezra  R.  Pugh;  5th  ward,  Salvatore  Pellet- 
tieri;  6th  ward,  John  Wiekert;  7th  ward,  Dr. 
Daniel  G.  Simmonds;  8th  ward,  John  F. 
Redmond;  9th  ward,  Edward  J.  Hirt;  10th 
ward  William  F.  Nicholson;  11th  ward, 
John  J.  Hughes;  12th  ward,  Edward  K.  Mil- 
ler; 13th  ward,  Michael  J.  Galligan;  14th 
ward,  William  Kaufer;  15th  ward,  Albert 
M.  Dickinson. 

Custodian  of  the  City  Hall  —  Miles  E. 
O'Neil.. 

STANDING     COMMITTEES 

Finance  —  Aldermen  Dickinson,  Miller, 
Kaufer. 

Public  Improvements  —  Aldermen  Pugh, 
Pellettieri,    Goldbas. 

Paving — Aldermen  Dickinson,  Hughes, 
Simmonds. 

Streets,  Bridges  and  Railroads — Alder- 
men  Pugh,    Nicholson,   Hughes. 

Sewers  and  Sewerage — Aldermen  Pellet- 
tieri,  Miller,  Dickinson. 

City  Property,  Buildings  and  Grounds — 
Aldermen  Simmons,  Nicholson,  Geiersbach. 

Legal  Proceedings,  Taxes  and  Assess- 
ments— Aldermen  Miller,  Pugh,  Weikert. 

Public  Health  and  Bath — Aldermen  Nich- 
.p*«r,  Hughes. 
g  -V  Aldermen      Hughes,      Kaufer, 

License — Aldermen  Kaufer, 
Galligan. 

Franchises — Aldermen  Simmonds,  Pugh, 
Ryan. 

Water  and  Fire — Aldermen  Nicholson, 
Simmonds,    Kaufer. 

Privileges  and  Elections — Aldermen  Pel- 
lettieri,  Dickinson,   Miller. 

City  Departments  —  Aldermen  Hughes, 
Kaufer,    Redmond. 

Rules,  Ordinances  and  Legislation — Al- 
dermen  Miller,    Pugh,   Kaufer. 


Police    and    Fire  .Department,    1913 


John  J.  Coakley,  chief,  No.  177  Brlncker- 
hoff  Ave. 

Lawrence    McMahon,    deputy    chief,, .No,  . 
229  Grove  PI.  *    ; .     ; 

Peter    Arheilger,    captain,    No.    17   «aas>- 

John  Corrou,  sergeant,  Net,  J25«  Oneida.  Bt- 
David   Hill,    sergeant,    Hol^n&jAvti.  ',.;  ••" 
Michael     F.     Brophy,    sergeant,.  No.  .«. 
Square    St. 
Edgar  E.   Marvel,   sergeant,   15  Tracy  St. 
Peter  C.  Hill,  doorman.  19  Humbert  Ave. 
Wm.    J.    Shaughnessy,    doorman,    49    Elm 


•st*:  : 

'"•Jirrfes  J.  McKenna,  chauffeur,  86  Seneca 

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.•'.HeTjiy  e#we\s,  chauffeur,  39  Kirkland  St, 

•  •  'JScLwari*  «I»  glark,   chief's   clerk   and  day 
'operator,*  25%"  Kirkland  St. 
.    Mrs.  Jessie.  D..McKnight,  police  matron, 
;No;   28'  B<Jarl;&,:  •    •  !*• 

t  ,J}r.  QhaJ-^H.^Bafawin,  department  phy- 
sician,  282  Genesee  St.  * 

PATROLMEN 
Jerry  Lyons,  141  Howard  Ave. 
George  Dressel,  204  Sunset  Ave. 


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David  Ross,   17  Mandeville  St. 
Timothy   F.    Dillon,    91   *rancis   St. 
James  L.   Evans,   1   Cleveland  Ave. 
Fred   M.    Cheney,   40   Hart  St. 
Morris  M.  Foley,  145  Third  Ave. 
Charles   C.    Schafer,    222   Grove   PI. 
David  C.   Jones,    20   Charles   St. 
Timothy   D.    McCarthy,   222   Nellson   St. 
George  L.  Debbold,   241  Grove  PI. 
Frank   J.    Mullen,    109   Taylor   Ave. 
James  F.  Callahan,  34  Miller  St. 
George  J.  Quinn,  511  Neilson  St. 
John  E.  Price,  581  Rutger  St. 
Francis  L.  Kerwln,  11  Shaw  St. 
Edward   Gurry,    36   Huntington   St. 
Leopold   Miller,    61  ■  Warren   St. 
William  Concannon,   101  Park  Ave. 
Charles  Stein,  318  Brinckerhoff  Ave. 
Edwin   G.    Bevan,    51   Hobart   St. 
Thomas  J.  Macksey,  2  Thomas  St. 
Peter  McHugo,  536   Blandina  St. 
John  B.  Grande,   39  Mohawk  St. 
Peter  E.    Dressel,    50   Elm   St. 
Hugh  Fahy,  20  Chestnut  St. 
John  F.   Lee,  103  Kemble  St. 
Joseph  P.  Fitzsimmins,  178  South  St. 
John  A.   Wright,   20  Gold  St 
Francis  P.  Curley,  171  Kemble  St. 
George  R.   Turk,   83  Erie   St. 
Peter  Stanton,  829  Mary  St. 
Joseph  Leddy,  248  Elizabeth  St. 
Edward    Mortimer,    274    South    St. 
Charles    M.    Dagwell,    Jr.,    205    Brincker- 
hoff Ave. 
Gus  T.   Gates,   322   Brinckerhoff  av. 
inos.    Ferrara,   147 Vi    Elizabeth   St. 
Thos.   P.   Manley,   630   Blandina  St. 
Thos  P.  Halligan,  94  Jefferson  Ave. 
Edward  J.   Clyne,  219  Sunset  Ave. 
Edw.   T.   Fahy,   69   Miller  St. 
Ernest  W.    Zech,    254  West. 
Frank   D.   Stetter,   157   Mohawk  St. 
Philip  Gallery,   40  Elm   St. 
Corey  Groves,  268  Seymour  Ave. 
John  E.   Creedon,   26  Linwood  PI. 
John  W.  Steph,     33  Newell  St. 
Dennis   S.    Jankiewicz,    90   Roberts   St. 
Frank    J.    Bankert,    33    Parker    St. 
Thomas  T.   O'Brien,   197  Elizabeth   St. 


John   Muthig,   309   Wager  SL 

Vincent  B.  Felitto,  21  First  St. 

Edward  F.  Coakley  177  Brinckerhoff  Ave. 

Samuel  F.   Slade,  87  Albany  St. 

Richard   W.   Thomas,    183  Schuyler  St. 

Fred   J.    Mitchell,    121    Park    av. 

Nicholas    C.    Doll.    233    Conkllng    Ave. 

John   J.   Jones,    234   Lansing  St. 

Robert  McMahon.  213  Kossuth  Ave. 

Timothy  E.   Dillon,   91   Frances  SU 

John  F.   Meehan,   12   York  St. 

Thomas    F.    Gleason,    600    Blandina    St. 

Harry  J.  Burch,  519  Blandina  St. 
FIRE    DEPARTMENT 

Chief  Engineer — Daniel   J.    Sullivan. 

Deputy  Chiefs— P.  Breitenberg,  W.  F. 
Dacy  and  H.   F.   Killian. 

Central  Fire  Station,  Elizabeth  cor  Bur- 
nett. 

Engine  B.,  central  Are  station,  captain, 
James  J.  Donovan;  lieutenant,  Fred  Bal- 
sizer. 

Truck  No.  A,  central  fire  station — George 
Voght,    captain;    John    Schaffer,    lieutenant. 

Truck  No.  3,  Bleecker,  corner  Wetmore 
St. — G.  J.  Kratzenberg,  captain;  Joseph  A. 
Mclncrow,    lieutenant. 

Engine  No.  1,  213  Park  Ave. — 
J.  A.  Henneberger,  captain;  William 
Meyers,   lieutenant. 

Truck  No.  1,  213  Park  Ave. — captain,  Wil- 
liam R.  McGauley;  lieutenant,  Horatio  Yule. 

Hose  Wagon  No.  3,  55  Washington  St. — 
John    Koenig.    captain. 

Engine  No.  4,  corner  Lafayette  and  Wiley 
Sts. — James  S.  McGauley,  captain:  William 
Doll,   lieutenant. 

Engine  No.  5,  Alba,ny  St.,  corner 
Blandina — Edward  J.  Miller,  captain;  Wil- 
liam Koehl.   lieutenant. 

Engine  No.  6,  Bleecker,  corner  Wetmore 
— Dennis  Ryan,  captain;  Charles  Keefe. 
lieutenant. 

Engine  No.  7,  Whitesboro  St. — 
Charles  Fratts,  captain;  G.  P.  Grupp,  lieu- 
tenant. 

Combination  Wagon  No.  8,  Eagle  and 
Neilson  Sts. — C.  H.  Adams,  captain;  Henry 
Gill,  lieutenant. 


Public    Schools 


BOARD    OF    SCHOOL    COMMISSIONERS, 

1912 

Term  Expires  December  31,  1912, 

Frank  R.  Winant Second  Natl.  Bank 

Residence,    162    Park   Avenue. 

Michael  F.  Kelly 106  Genesee  Street 

Residence,    15    Jewett   Place. 
Term  Expire*  December  31,  1913. 

"Warnick    J.    Kernan Devereux    Block 

Residence,  57  Elizabeth  Street. 

Edgar  B.  Odell 77-81  Genesee  Street 

Residence,   412   Genesee  Street. 
Term    Expires   December  31,   1914. 

Hon.  Henry  Martin 115  Genesee  Street 

Residence,    5    Henry    Street. 

Henry   F.   Kelleman Whitesboro   Street 

Residence,  221  Churchill  Avenue. 
OFFICERS 

Frank    R.    Winant : Chairman 

Bernard     McDermott,      Superintendent     of 

Buildings    and   Janitors   of   Public    Schools. 

135   Oneida   Street. 

William  J.   Brown Attendance   Officer 

90    Watson    Place. 


John  E.  Day Attendance  Officer 

44   First   Street. 

John    Redmond Attendance    Officer 

127  Webster  Avenue. 

Charles   Menge Janitor,   Office    Building 

32  Chestnut  Street. 

Wilbur  B.  Sprague,  A.  B.,  Pd.  B Supt. 

Residence,    38    Scott   St. 
Office,  13  Elizabeth  Streets;  telephones  523; 
office   hours   from   3:30    to   4:30   p.    m.    each 
school  day. 

Dennis  J.    Kelly Clerk 

Residence,  44  West  St.;  office,  13  Eliza- 
beth Street;  office  hours  from  8:30  a.  m. 
to  12  m.  and  1:15  to  5:30  p.  m.  each  week 
day.     Telephone  523. 

Regular    Meetings    of    the    Board,     second 
Tuesday  of  each   month  at  8  p.   m. 

COMMITTEES,     1913 
Teachers   and    Salaries, 
Commissioners    Kernan    and    OdelL 
Finance. 
Commissioners  Kellemen  and  Winant. 


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Supplies. 
Commissioners   Odell   and   Martin. 

Text- Books. 

Commissioners  Kelly  and  Kernan. 

Audit. 

Commissioners  Kellemen,  Odell  and  Winant. 

Legal. 

Commissioner  Kernan. 

Buildings    and    Grounds: 

Group  No.  1 Commissioner  Kernan 

(In    charge    of   The    Advanced,    Bleecker, 
Union   and    Brandegee    Schools). 

Group  No.  2 Commissioner  Odell 

(In    charge    of    Hamilton,    Court,    No.    18 
and  Potter  Schools). 

Group  No.  3 Commissioner  Martin 

(In    charge    of    No.    20,    James,    Kemble, 
Miller  and  Prospect  Street   Schools). 

Group   No.   4 Commissioner   Kellemen 

(In    charge    of   Francis,    Faxton,    No.    19, 
No.   21   and   Mandeville   Street   Schools). 

Group  No.  6 Commissioner  Kelly 

(In  charge  of  Wetmore,  Albany,  Lansing, 
South  and  Mary  Street  Schools). 

Group  No.  6 Commissioner  Winant 

(In  charge  of  the  Academy  and  Adminis- 
tration Building). 

LOCATION    OF    PUBLIC    SCHOOLS 
Academy — 39-47   Kemble. 
Advanced  School — (see  Vocational  School) 
Albany    Street    School    (No.    9)— 180    Al- 
bany. 

Bleecker    Street    School — Academy    cor. 
Bleecker. 

Brandegee,  John  F.   (The) — Jay  near  Kos- 
suth  Ave. 


Court  Street  School,  No.  11 — Court  and 
West  Ave.         > 

Faxton  Hall  School — Court  and  Varick.  ; 

Francis  Street  School  (No.  13) — Francis 
near    Plant. 

Hamilton  Street  School  (No.  6)— Hamil- 
ton near  Columbia- 
James  Street  School  (No.  17) — James  and 
Kemble. 

School  No.  18 — Whitesboro  and  Seneca. 

School   No.    19 — Oak,   near  City. 

School  No.  20 — Brinckerhoff  Ave.,  near 
Arthur. 

School  No.  21 — Mathews  and  Downer 
Aves. 

South  Street  School — South,  corner  Sey- 
mour Ave. 

Union  Street  School — Union,  near  Hop- 
per. 

Vocational  School — Elizabeth,  corner 
Charlotte. 

Wetmore  Street  School  (No.  8) — Wet- 
more,   near  Bleecker. 

Kemble  School — Kemble,  near  Davis 
Place. 

Lansing  Street  School — Lansing  near  Al- 
bany. 

Mandeville  Street  School  (No.  4) — Mande- 
ville and  State. 

Maey    Street    School — Mary   and   Milgate. 

Miller  Street  School  (No.  15)— Miller  and 
Leah.  , 

Potter  School  (No.  3) — Potter  Ave.,  cor- 
ner  Potter. 

Prospect  School — Prospect,  corner  But- 
terfield  Ave. 


Utica    Public    Library 


Library  ■  Building,  303-305  Genesee 
Street;  Library  open  daily  from  9  a.  m. 
to  9  p.  m. ;  Sundays  from  2  to  6  p.  m. 
from  November  to  May.  Reference  de- 
partment and  reading  room  free  to  all. 
Caroline  M.'  Underhill,  librarian..  Potter 
Branch,  Mary  E.   Ehle,   librarian. 


Trustees — Nicholas  E.  Devereux,  presi- 
dent; Otto  A.  Meyer,  .treasurer;  Charles  B. 
Rogers,  secretary;  Frederick  T.  Procter, 
William  S.  Doolittle  trustees  ex-officio, 
the  mayor  and  the  chairman  of  the  Board 
of  School  Commissioners. 


Utica    Chamber    of    Commerce 


Rooms — Martin  Building,  New  Chamber 
Of  Commerce  Building,  8  Elizabeth  St. 
Chamber  meets  third  Tuesday  each  month. 
Directors  meet  second  Tuesday  each 
month. 


President — Charles    W.    Wicks. 
First   Vice   President — George  W.    Pixley. 
Second    Vice    President — R.    U.    Sherman- 
Treasurer — Earl    C.    Clark. 
Secretary — Denis    F.    Howe 


Oneida  County   Government 


ONEIDA   COUNTY   OFFICERS 
County    Judge — Frederick    H.     Hazard     of 

Utica. 
Special  County  Judge — Walter  G.  Shanken- 

bery  of  Rome. 
Surrogate — Michael  H.   Sexton  of  Utica. 
Special  Suroogate — Edward  L.  O'Donnell  of 

Rome. 
County   Clerk — Charles   A.    Scothon,    Utica. 
Deputy     Clerks — Frank     Rathbone,     Utica; 

Charles  Wenzel,  Utica. 
District  Attorney — Bradley  Fuller  of  Utica. 
Assistant   District   Attorney — William    Ross 

Lee  *  of  1  Utica. 
Sheriff— William  T.   Donnelly  of  Utica. 
Under     Sheriff—  Edward     E.     Do'nohue     of 

Utica.        .t*  'S-.fic. 
Treasurer — James  T.  Somers  of  Utica. 


Deputy  County  Treasurer — Martin  V.  Whit- 
ton,   Utica. 

Superintendent  of  Poor — Charles  Alder. 

Coroners — Robert  Dodd  of  Utica;  Dr.  John 
D.  Shipman,  \Vernon;  Price  Lewis,  Hol- 
land Patent;  M.   T.   Powers,   Rome. 

County  Controller — Jeremiah  H.  Carroll  or 
Rome. 

Assistant  County  Controller — Thomas  F. 
O'Reilly  of  Utica. 

Superintendent  of  Highways — Arthur  J. 
O'Brien  of  Utica. 

State  Senator — Thirty-Sixth  District,  Wil- 
liam D.  Peckham  of  Utica. 

Members  of  Assembly— First  District, 
Fred  F.  Emden  of  Utica;  Second  Dis- 
trict, H.  E.  Allen.  Jr.,  Sauquoit;  Third 
District,    J.    Brayton   Fuller,    Marcy. 


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OFFICERS    OF    THE    BOARD 

Albert  P.   Seaton,   Chairman. 

A.  L.  McAdam,  Clerk. 

James  E.  Bird,  Reading  Clerk. 

Henry   J.    Cookinham,    Attorney. 

Richard  D.  Spencer,  Messenger. 

Dr.  Francesco  Robertaccio,  Jail  Physi- 
cian,   Utica. 

Dr.   D.   C.   Broga,  Jail  Phy.,  Rome. 

Louis  Ludwig,  Inspector  of  County  Build- 
ing. 

David  H.  Pierce,  Sealer  of  Weights  and 
Measures. 

Fred  M.  Schell,  Custodian  of  County 
Building. 

Annsville — James  P.  Blake,  farmer,  Ta- 
berg,  N.  Y.,  Rep. 

Augusta — Clinton  L.  Douglass,  hop  buy- 
er,  Oriskany  Falls,   Rep. 

Ava — 'Arthur  S.  "Vary,  farmer,  Ava,  N.  T., 
Rep. 

Boonville,  Clarence  R.  Sperry,  attorney, 
Boonville,  N.  Y.,  Rep. 

Bridgewater — William  Walsh,  contractor, 
Babcock  Hill,  N.  Y.,  Dem. 

Camden — George  J.  Skinner,  attorney, 
Camden,  N.  Y.,  Rep.  • 

Deerfield — F.  J.  Breithaup,  master  tin- 
smith, Deerfleld,  N.  Y.,  Dem. 

Florence — James  Crowley,  farmer  ,  East 
Florence,  N.  Y.,  Dem. 

Floyd — George  W.  Crill,  cheese  maker, 
Holland  Patent.  N.  Y.,  Dem. 

Forestport — William  Patterson,  farmer, 
Forestport,  N.  Y.,  Dem. 

Kirkland — Charles  W.  Barnes,  farmer, 
Clinton,  R.  F.  D.  N.  Y.,  Rep. 

Lee — John  F.  Ankin,  fanner,  Lee  Center, 
N.  Y.,  Dem. 

Marcy — D.  J.  Grace,  farmer,  Marcy,  N. 
Y.,   Dem. 

Marshall,  A.  D.  Van  Vechten,  merchant, 
Deansboro,  N.  Y.,  Dem. 

New  Hartford — A.  P.  Seaton,  farmer, 
New  Hartford,  N.  Y.,  Rep. 

Paris — George  M.  Fisher,  physician, 
Clayville,  N.  Y.,  Rep. 

Remsen — Charles  M.  Williams,  cattle 
dealer,  Remsen,  N.  Y.,   Rep. 

Rome,  1st  Ward — John  Gilson,  moulder, 
Rome,    N.    Y.,    Rep. 

Rome,  2nd  Ward — GeorgeJ.  Ritzel,  mach- 
inist, Rome,  N.  Y.,  Rep. 

Rome,  3rd  Ward — William  L.  Plunkett, 
cigar  manufacturer,  Rome,   N.  Y.,   Dem. 

Rome,  4th  Ward — James  E.  Bird,  furni- 
ture dealer,  Rome,  N.  Y.,  Rep. 


of  Supervisors,  1913 

Rome,  5th  Ward— Seth  B.  R.  Agan,  paint- 
er, Rome,  N.  Y.,  Rep. 

Rome,  6th  Ward — Lewis  Rosenburg,  mer- 
chant, Rome,  N.  Y.,  Rep. 
.  Rome,   7th  Ward — John  J.   Donnelly,  bar- 
ber,  Rome,    N.   Y.,   Dem. 

Sangerfield — John  F.  Hamill,  hotel  keeper, 
Waterville,  N.  Y.,  Dem. 

Steuben — William     J.      Bennett,     farmer, 
Steuben,  N.  Y.,  Dem. 

Trenton — Seth  W.  Pride,  undertaker,  Hol- 
land Patent,  N.  Y.,  Rep. 

Utica,   1st  Ward— David  J.   Phelan,   hotel 
keeper,  Utica,  N.  Y.,  Dem. 

Utica,    2nd   Ward — Arthur   J.    Armstrong, 
cigar  manufacturer,  Utica,  N.  Y.,  Dem. 

Utica,  3rd  Ward — Allan  MacRitchie,  cab- 
inet maker,  Utica,  N.  Y.,  Rep. 

Utica,  4th  Ward — Charles  H.  Stephenson, 
painter,  Utica,  N.  Y.,  Rep. 

Utica   5th  Ward — Samuel   Balzano,   clerk, 
Utica,  N.  Y.,  Rep. 

Utica,  6th  Ward — J.  J.  Hess,  cigar  manu- 
facturer,  Utica,   N.  Y.,   Dem. 

Utica,  7th  Ward— T.  H.  Williams,  mason, 
Utica,  N.  Y.,  Rep. 

Utica,     8th     Ward— Michael     J.     Gleason, 
moulder,  Utica,  N.  Y.,  Dem. 

Utica,  9th  Ward — Elmer  Lewis,  carpenter, 
Utica,   N.  Y.,  Rep. 

Utica,   10th   Ward — Solomon     McKennan, 
merchant,  Utica,  N.  Y.,  Dem. 

Utica,    11th   Ward— William    H.    Bonfield, 
Gardner,   Utica,   N.   Y.,   Rep. 

Utica,   12th  Ward — John  H.   Pierce,   wire 
designer,   Utica,   N.   Y.,   Rep. 

Utica,  13th  Ward — William  Donalty,  bar- 
tender, Utica,  N.  Y.,  Rep. 

Utica,  14th  Ward — Louis  Ludwig,  carpen- 
ter, Utica,  N.  Y.,  Rep. 

Utica.  15th  Ward — George  Stafford,  paint- 
er, Utica,   N.   Y.,   Rep. 

Vernon — E.  C.  Ingersoll,  merchant,  Vern- 
on, N.  Y.,  Dem. 

Verona — Herman     A.     White,     merchant, 
Verona  Station,  N.  Y.,  Rep. 

Vienna — Silas   F.    Potter,    coke   manufac- 
terer,  West  Vienna.  N.  Y.,  Rep. 

Western — Fred.     F.      Shirley,     merchant, 
Westernville.   N.   T.,   Rep. 

Westmoreland — A.  Warren  Smith,  farmer, 
Rome,  N.  Y..  R.  F.  D.  7,  Dem. 

Whitestown — George   H.    Graham,    manu- 
facturer,  Oriskany,   N.   Y.,   Dem. 

Rep.— 28 

Dem.— 20. 


Town   Clerks  of  Oneida   County,    1913 


Annsville — Charles  H.   Randolph,  Taberg. 
Augusta — Carl   R.   Allen,   Oriskany  Falls. 
Ava— H.   C.   Pohl,   Ava. 
Boonville — Edward  K.   Mather,   Boonville. 
Bridgewater — Jay  Rogers,  Bridgewater. 
Camden — Earl    L.    Abell,    Camden. 
Deerfield — Martin   Roth,   Deerfleld. 
Floyd— William  E.   Rice,   Stittville. 
Florence — John   O'Mara,   Florence. 
Forestport — F.      Samuel     Utley,     Forest- 
port. 

Kirkland — James   A.    McGulness,   Clinton. 
Lee— W.  R.   Pritchard,   Lee  Center. 
Marcy — J.    Brayton   Fuller,    Stittville. 
Marshall — J.  E.  Davis,  Deansboro. 


New   Hartford— Charles    O.    Padley,    New 
Hartford. 

Paris— William  H.  Green.  Clayville. 

Remsen — Robert    O.    Griffith.    Remsen. 

Sangerfield— Neil  S.   Clark,  Waterville. 

Steuben — Charles    Irving.    Steuben. 

Trenton— t/llis  W.  Griffith.  Barneveld. 

Vernon — J.   Edward   Hurley,   Vernon. 

Verona— Herman    Ronspelr,    Hlgginsvllle. 

Vienna— Harley  R.  Phelps.  North  Bay. 

Western — Thomas  Meredith.  Westernville. 

Westmoreland — Charles  S.  Lyman.  West- 
moreland. 
Whitestown— George  E.  Thomas,  Whltes- 


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Postoffices   in   Oneida   County,    1913 


Alder  Creek,  Augusta,  Ava,  Babcock  Hill, 
Barneveld,  Bartlett,  Blossvale,  Boonville, 
Bridgewater,  Camden,  Capron,  Cassvllle, 
Chadwlcks,  Clark  Mills,  Clayville,  Clinton. 
Deansboro,  Deerfield,  Durhamville,  East 
Florence,  East  Steuben,  Fish  Creek,  Flor- 
ence, Forestport,  Franklin  Springs,  Glen- 
more,  Hawkinsville,  Hinckley,  Holland  Pat- 
ent. Klrkland,  Knozboro,  Lee  Center,  Mc- 
Connellsville.  Marcey,  Maynard,  New  Hart- 
ford    New   York   Mills,    North    Bay,    North 


Gage,  North  Western,  Oneida  Castle, 
Oriskany,  Oriskany  Falls,  Otter  Lake, 
Faris,  Paris  Station,  Point  Rock,  Prospect, 
Remsen,      Rome,      Sangerfield,      Sauquooit, 

Sherrill,  Stittville,  Stockwell  Stokes,  Sylvan 
Beach,  Taberg,  Trenton  Falls,  Utica,  Vern- 
on, "Vernon  Center,  Verona,  Verona  Station, 
Vienna,  Washington  Mills,  Waterville,  West 
Branch,  Westdale,  Westernville,  Westmore- 
land, West  Vienna,  White  Lake  Corners, 
Whitesboro,    Yorkville. 


Tax    Collectors    of    Oneida    County,    1913 


Annsvllle — James    T.    Hayward,     Taberg. 

Augusta— Ross  W.  Gifford,  Oriskany  Falls. 

Avo— Eugene  W.  Traxel. 

Boonville — John  J-   Finlayson,  Boonville. 

Bridgewater— E.  H.  Pritchard,  Bridge- 
water. 

Camden — Charles  P.    Shaw. 

Deerfield— Charles   Cotton,    Deerfield. 

Florence—William    J.    Kelley. 

Floyd— George  W.  Goodman,  Stittville. 

Forestport— Henri    D.    Utley,    Forestport. 

Klrkland— O.  L.  Bltley,  Clinton. 

Lee— C.  Alfred  Llebi,  Lee. 

Marcy — A.   Brown,  Marcy. 

Marshall — Robert  T.  DeLand,  Deansboro. 

New  Hartford— Henry  W.  Johnson,  New 
Hartford. 

Paris— Warren  H.  Flsk,  Clayville. 

Remsen — Griffith  D.   Jones,   Remsen. 

Rome— T.  J.  Connell,  City  Treasurer. 

Sangerfield — John  T.  Heckert,  Waterville. 

Bteuben— Forest  E.  Yerman,  Steuben. 

Trenton — Bert  W.   Evans,  Holland  Patent. 

Utica,  lat — Frank  Rlzzo,  73  Broad. 


Utica— 2d,  Chas.   Slakter,  122  W'boro. 

Utica— 3d,  Albert  Barrett,  93  LaFayette. 

Utica — 4th,  Edward  H.  Jones,  112  Blandina. 

Utica — 5th,  Archille  Perretta. 

Utica— 6th,  John  C.  Bauer,  382  Whitesboro. 

Utica — 7th.  George  T.  Burton,  8  Lexing- 
ton  Ave. 

Utica — 8th,  Jacob  Ueltschi,  1716  Catharine. 

Utica— 9th,   Martin  Mullen,   36  Green. 

Utica— 10th,  Geo.    L.    Klein,    332   Mary. 

Utica— 11th,  Fred  C.  Leighton,  24  Tracy  St. 

Utica— 12th,  H.  J.  Schmaltz,  145  Dudley 
Ave. 

Utica— 13th.  Phillip  Zipp,   134  Webster  Ave. 

Utica — 14th,  James    Quinn,    5    Harper    St. 

Utica— 15th,   Lorenzo  H.  Frost,   95  Miller. 

Vernon — Lewis  Bohrer,  Sherrill. 

Verona — Rollin  H.    Potter,    Durhamville. 

Vienna — John  E.  Cook,  Blossvale. 

Western — Fred   Burch,   Boonville. 

Westmoreland — Martin-  A.  Siegman,  West- 
moreland. 

Whitestown — Thos.  F.  Cummings,  Whites- 
boro. 


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Department  of  Highways  of  Oneida  County,    1913 


Anyone  desiring  to  praise  or  complain 
about  the  highways  of  Oneida  County  can 
write,  telephone  or  see  Arthur  J.  O'Brien, 
County  Superintendent,  Oneida  County, 
.New  York,  or  the  following: 

Annsvllle — 101  miles  highway,  Robert  J. 
Ward,    town    superintendent,    Taberg. 

Augusta — 71.  John  H.   Mackey,   Oriskany 
Falls. 
-  Ava— 58,    Curtis    H.    Bronson,    Boonville, 

r.  f.  r>. 

Boonville — 120,  Jerry  Fish.  Boonville. 
water. 

Bridgewater— 49,  Milton  Tripp,  Bridge- 
water. 

• '  Camden — 89,  George  Vandewalker,   Cam- 
den. 

Deerfield! — 68,  Peter  Schllx,  Deerfield. 

Florence — 120,  James  Kinney,  West  Cam- 
den, R.  F.  D. 

Floyd— «3.  Edward  Smith,  Holland  Pat- 
ent, R  F.  D. 

Forestport — 85,  Cornelius  Breen,  Forest- 
port. 

Klrkland— 77,   Robert   R.   Jones,    CU...  ». 

Lee — 98,  John  Marsh,  R.  F.  D. 


Marcy — 71,    Richard    R.    Pugh,    Marcy. 

Marshall — 80,  Felix  LaFayette,  Water- 
ville. 

New  Hartford— 63,  George  Clark,  Chad- 
wick. 

Paris — 73,   Julius   Gehringer,   Paris. 

Remsen — 70,  Owen  Thomas,  Remsen,  R. 
F.  D.  4. 

Rome— 128,  William  H.  Brodock,  Rome, 
R.  F.  D.  5. 

Sangerfield— 69,  Gilbert  F.  Roberts, 
Waterville. 

Steuben— 85,  Fred  Race,  Holland  Patent, 
R.  F.   D. 

Trenton— 99,  Hugh  D.  Pugh,  Prospect. 

Verhon — 83,   Joseph  E.   Eagan,    Sherrill. 

Verona— 166,  Foster  Joslin,  Verona,  R.  F. 
D.  1. 

Vienna— 116,  James  Peacock,   North  Bay. 

Western— 96,  Milton  Carroll,  Westernville. 

Westmoreland— 103,  Albert  Evans,  Rome, 
R  F.  D.  7. 

Whitestown— 54,  Harry  L.  White,  Oris- 
kany. 

Miles  highway  2,317. 


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District  Officers 


The  city  of  Utica  excepting  the  7th,  12th 
and  15th  Wards  constitutes  the  First  As- 
sembly District  of  Oneida  County.  The 
7th,  12th  and  15th  Wards  are  in  the  Sec- 
ond Assembly  District.  Utica  is  in  the- 
Thirty-Sixth  State  Senatorial  District, 
Oneida  County  forming  the  district.  It  is 
in  the  Twenty-Seventh  Congressional  Dis- 
trict, which  includes  the  counties  of  Oneida 
and  Herkimer,  and  the  5th  Judicial  Dis- 
trict,  comprising  Oneida  Onondaga,  Herki- 


mer, Oswego,  Lewis  and  Jefferson  Counties. 

The  Justices  of  the  Supreme  Court  for 
the  Fifth  Judicial  District  are:  William 
S.  Andrews,  Irving  R.  Devendorf,  Frank 
H.  Hiscock,  Peter  B.  McLennan,  Edgar  S. 
K.  Merrell,  Pascal  C.  J.  DeAngells,  Edgar 
C.    Emerson.    Irving    G.    Hubbs. 

The  Representative  in  Congress  from 
the  Twenty-seventh  District  is  Charles 
A.   Talcott,   Utica,   N.   Y. 


New    York    State    Government,     1913 


Governor — William     Sulzer. 

Lieutenant    Governor — Martin    H.    Glynn. 

Secretary   of   State — Mitchell    May. 

Comptroller — William   Sohmer. 

Treasurer — John    J.    Kennedy. 

Attorney    General — Thomas    Carmody. 

State  Engineer  and  Surveyor — John  A. 
Bensel. 

Superintendent  Insurance  Department — 
William  T.   Emmet. 

Superintendent  Bank  Department — Geo. 
C.   Van  Tuyl,   Jr. 

Commissioner  of  Excise — Wm.  W.  Far- 
ley. 

Superintendent    of    Public    Works— Dun- 


can  W.   Peck. 

Commissioner  of  Education — Andrew  S. 
Draper,    LL.    D. 

Commissioner  of  Agriculture — Calvin  J. 
Huson. 

Conservation  Commissioners — George  E. 
Van  Kennan.  James  W.  Fleming.  John  D. 
Moore. 

Commissioner  of  Health — Eugene  H. 
Porter.  M.   D. 

Superintendent  of  State  Prisons — John 
J.    Deery. 

Commissioner    of    Labor — John    Williams. 

State  Civil  Service  Commission — Jacob 
Neu,    Meyer   Wolff.    James    A.    Lavery. 


Public    Service    Commission 


First  District — Edward  E.  McCall,  chair- 
man; George  V.  S.  Williams.  Milo  Roy 
Maltbie,  John  E.  Eustis.  J.  Sergeant  Cram. 

Second      District — Frank      W.       Stevens, 


chairman;    Devoe  Pell    Hodson.    Martin    S. 

Decker,   James   E.  Sague,   Curtis   N.   Doug- 
las. 

Mar  j    4.  ~ 


United    States    Government 


President — Woodrow  Wilson  of  New  Jer- 
sey, salary  $75,000. 

Vice    President — Thomas    R.    Marshall    of 
Indiana,  salary  $12,000. 

The    Cabinet. 
.Arranged   in   the   order   of  succession   for 
the    Presidency    declared    by    Chapter    4, 
Acts    of    the    49th    Congress,    first    session. 

Secretary  of   State — William   J.    Bryan   of 
Nebraska. 

Secretary    of    Treasury — William    G.    Mc- 
Adoo  of  New  York. 

Secretary    of    War — Lindley    M.    Garrison 
of   New   Jersey. 


Attorney  General — James  C.  McReynolds 
of   Tennesee. 

Postmaster  General — Albert  S.  Burleson 
of    Texas. 

Secretary  of  the  Navy — Josephus  Daniels 
of   North    Carolina. 

Secretary  of  Interior — Franklin  K  Lane 
of  California. 

Secretary  of  Agriculture — Ravid  F.  Hous- 
ton  of   Missouri. 

Secretary  of  Commerce — William  C.  Red- 
field   of  New  York. 

Secretary  of  Labor — William  B.  Wilson 
of  Pennsylvania. 


Local    United    States    Officers 


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United  States  Courts— Hon.  Alfred  C. 
Coxe,  Circuit  Judge;  Hon.  George  W.  Ray, 
Norwich.  District  Judge;  Clerk  District 
Court,  William  S.  Doolittle;  Deputy  Clerk, 
C.  W.  Higgison;  Office,  Government  Build- 
ing, U.  S.  Commissioner,  Abram  G.  Senior, 
100  Paul  Bldg.  U.  S.  Marshall.  Daniel  F. 
Breltenstein,  Mann  Building;  U.  S. 
Referee  in  Bankruptcy,  F.  J.  De 
LaFleur,  23  Martin  Building,  Utica; 
J.  O.  Thomas,  E.  C.  Scott.  Deputy  Collec- 
tors of  Customs;  Deputy  Collector  of  In- 
ternal Revenue  in  charge  of  Division  No. 
4    (Oneida,    Herkimer   and    Madison    Coun- 


ties). Charles  H.  Lynch;  Cashier  and 
Stamp  Deputy.  Earl  B.  Norman,  Office,  U. 
S.    Government    Building. 

United  States  Examining  Surgeons  for 
Pensions— Office,  192  Genesee  St..  Presi- 
dent. Dr.  Hamilton  S.  Quln;  -Secretary, 
James  G.  Hunt:  Treasurer,  Dr.  M.  J. 
Davies.  Board  meets  2d  and  4th  Wednes- 
days at  Dr.  James  G.  Hunt's  office.  192 
Genesee  St.,  at   10  a.  m. 

Local  Board  of  U.  S.  Civil  Service  Ex- 
aminers— Lewis  A.  Jones,  Charles  J.  Ulrich. 
Arthur  S.  Thayer,  W.  I.  Everson,  John  E. 
McAvoy.' 


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Utica  Postoffice  —  Government  Building,  Broad  Street 


Custodian,  William  M.  Philleo. 
General    delivery    open    all    hours    during 
week    days;    Sundays,    9:15   a.    m.    to    10:15 
a.  m.     Money  order  office  open  week  days 
from  8  a.  m.  to  10  p.  m. 

Thomas    Wheeler,    Postmaster,    14    Court 
St.;    William    M.    Philleo,    Assistant    Post- 
master, 78  Lansing  St.;  Mervin  T.  Pittman, 
Superintendent    money    order    department, 
170  Howard  Ave.;   Frank  Li   Kellogg, -Sup- 
erintendent    registry     department,     Upper 
Sunset    Ave.;    Charles    J.    Ulrich,    Foreman 
general    delivery    and    stamp    division,    207 
Brinckerhoff  Ave.;   Lewis  A.   Jones,   Super- 
intendent of  Mails,  34  Watson  PI.;  Edward 
S.    O'Connor,    Assistant    Superintendent    of 
Mails,    60    Erie    St.;    Robert    E.    McCreary, 
Superintendent    of    Delivery,    70    West    St.; 
Stephen    P.    Pugh,    Superintendent    of    car- 
ries,  140  Howard  Ave.,    Clerks — B.  L.   Am- 
brose,   39G    Dudley   Ave.;    O.    N.    Bartley   15 
White   Place;    E.    Bedford,    312   Neilson   St.; 
A.     F.     Bockmann,     152     Schuyler;     W.     R. 
Boyle,  1107  Mary;  C.  F.  Brodt,  86  .Stark;  Roy 
Cunningham,  14  Noyes;   E.   D.  Freytag,   234 
Elizabeth;    C.    D.    Gray,    Steuben    cor   Gold; 
W.  H.   Griffin,   94  Brinckerhoff  Ave.;   F.   R. 
Groves,    15    South;    W.     W.    Hurlbifrt,     378 
Dudley     Ave.;     Miss     A.     B.     Jewett,     375 
Oneida;     C.    W.    Jones,    154    Miller;    M.    J. 
Kavanagh,  311  Mary;  H.  M.  Jones,  10  Add- 
ington  PI.;  L.  E.   Jones,  71  Oswego;  J.  F. 
Lanning,    119    Park    Ave.;    A.    L.    Murdock, 
Jr.,   Whitesboro,    N.   Y.;   F.   W.   Owston,    87 
LaFayette;  E.  L.  Perry,  271  Seymour  Ave.; 
J.  H.  Pinkstone,  39  Stark;  V.   P.  Raymond, 
234  Blandina;  Thos.  D.  Roberts,  Higby  Ave. 
New  Hartford:   J.   S.   Roth,   516  West  Ave.; 
W.  J.  Russell,  95  Pleasant;. N.  J.   Scheider- 
ich,   79  Roberts;   B.   A.    Sherman,   173   Steu; 
ben;     J.     E.     Thomas,     42     West;     H.     A. 
Ulrich,   84  Leah;  E.   T.  Vaughn,  296  Dudley 
Ave.;    F.   J.    Wendt,    236  West   Ave.;    C.   E. 
Whitcher,  40  Dudley  Ave.;  D.  F.  White,  154 
West;   P.   J.   Lynch,   144   Brinckerhoff  Ave.; 
Grant   Clark,    214   West  Ave.:   E.   J.   Lewis, 
17   Wiley;   Fred   Ward,   8   Wiley. 

Substitute    Clerks— E.    A.    Farrell.    4   Hol- 


lingworth  Ave.;  S.  W.  Dedell,  87  W. 
Cooper;  W.  J.  Crowe,  1330  Sunset  Ave.: 
Clarence    Miller,    72    Court. 

Letter  Carriers 
J.  J.  Adams,  65  Buffalo;  O.  R.  Alken- 
brecker,  1612  Whitesboro;  J.  C.  Boboy,  296 
Dudley  Ave.;  J.  F.  Brand,  168  Steuben;  J. 
S.  Carpenter,  192  Dudley  Ave.;  F.  M. 
Clark,  87  Francis;  J.  S.  Clark,  19  Mulberry; 
N.  L.  Clarke,  8  Taylor  Ave. ;  D.  Daniels,  121 
Third;  F.  J.  M.  Dicks,  293  Brinckerhoff 
Ave.;  A.  N.  Dougherty,  31?  Rutger;  E.  Ed- 
wards, 214  Howard  Ave. ;  W.  I.  Everson,  16 
Shaw;  M.  B.  Farrell,  4  Hollingworth  Ave.; 
Geo.  Firsching.  201  Court;  W.  E. 
Fisher,  3  Humbert  Ave.;  J.  B.  Frick,  46 
Cornelia;  F.  H.  Fullride,  17  City;  C.  B. 
Greeker,  174  Steuben;  H.  R.  Jones,  37 
Howard  Ave.;  O.  D.  Jones,  252  South; 
R.  W.  Jones,  23  Addington  Place;  G.  R. 
Kellogg,  404  Neilson,  W.  G.  Kingsley,  394 
Dudley  Ave. ;  M.  I"  LaRouche,  146  Brinck- 
erhoff Ave. ;  C.  E.  Leary,  40  Lansing;  E.  F. 
Leonard, '27  Aiken;  J.  E  McAvoy,  7  Leah; 
J.  R.  Morris,  30  Taylor  Ave.;  J.  F.  Murray, 
574  Blandina;  J.  F.  Rice,  204  Elm;  C.  F. 
Robards,  123  Steuben;  A  F.  Rockwell,  170 
Park  Ave.;  A.  J.  Ryan,  36y2  Kemble;  E. 
J.  Ryan,  15  Hopper,  F.  S.  Schindler,  178 
Howard  Ave.;  W.  G.  Seiler,  176  Schuyler; 
C.  H.  Smith.  15  West;  G.  F.  Smith,  96 
Plant;  L.  W.  Snell,  34  Cottage  Place; 
J.  Stiefvater,  2101  Whitesboro;  J.  F. 
Teesdale,  114  Steuben;  A.  S.  Thayer,  29 
Cottage  PI.;  Charles  Walker,  85  Taylor 
Ave.:  C.  E.  Wiegand,  13  Summit  PI.;  J. 
T.  Williams,  204  Grove  PI.;  H.  Zoeckler, 
12  Elm;  E.  H.  Snyder;  J.  J.  Cummings, 
88    Stark. 

Substitute  Carriers — F.  J.  Hamlin,  228 
West  Ave.;  T.  C.  Fisher,  2  Leah;  W.  J. 
Rickard,  26  Brayton  Park  PI.;  A.  C.  Darri- 
grand,  225  Kossuth  Ave.;  A.  P.  Dale,  46 
Green;  C.  G.  J.  Hensler,  213  Kossuth 
Ave.;  F.  G.  Ernst,  250  Court;  Hadley^  E. 
Smith,  216  James;  Joseph  B.  B.  Roman, 
172    Broad. 


Banks 


First  National  Bank  of  Utlca— No.  91-93 
Genesee  Street — Charles  B.  Rogers,  Pres- 
ident: G.  H.  P.  Gould.  Vice  President: 
Henry  R.  Williams,  Vice  President  and 
Cashier;  Frank  A.  Bosworth,  Vice  Presi- 
dent; William  C.  Wright,  Auditor;  Rich- 
ard A.  Henry,  Paying  Teller;  Frank-  A 
Nichols,  Discount  Clerk;  William  C.  Bovee, 
Jr.,  Teller  of  Women's  Department;  Hugh 
T.  Owen,  Receiving  Teller;  Harold  V.  Jones, 
Note  Teller;  Ebenezer  Lamb,  A.  E.  Agan, 
Grover  Cleveland,  George  E.  Daniels,  Book- 
keepers. Capital  $1,000,000.  Surplus  and 
profits  $l,4S0.O0O. 00.  Directors  —  Francis 
G.  Woo*  E.  L.  Wells,  '  Charles  B. 
Rogers,  Frank  A  Bosworth,  Quentin 
McAdams,  Joseph  Rudd,  Nicholas  E. 
Devereux,  Beecher  M.  Crouse,  William  S. 
Doolittle,  J.  E.  Waterbury,  Wm.  E.  Lewis, 
Leslie  W.  Brown,  G.  H.  P.  Gould,  Loomis 
Burrell,  Henry  R.  Williams,  Merwin  K. 
Hart.  Edward  G.  Wagner,  George  S.  Dana. 
Frank    X.    Matt,    F.    A.    Ethridge,    Gilbert 


Butler. 

Second  National  Bank  of  Utlca — Deposi- 
tory and  financial  agent  of  the  United 
States,  Nos.  73-75  Genesee  Street.  Thomas 
R.  Proctor,  President;  D.  Clinton  Murray, 
Vice  President;  Frank. R.  Winant,  Cashier; 
Glenn  P.  Dodge.  Teller;  -James  W.  Lamb, 
Bookkeeper.  Capital  $380,000.  Surplus  and 
profits,  $342,000.  Directors,  Thomas  R. 
Proctor,  Walter  D.  Middleton,  Henry  Mar- 
tin. D.  C.  Murray,  O.  A.  Meyer,  John  H. 
Sheehan,  William  T.  Baker,  F.  T.  Proctor, 
John  J.  Town,  Charles  B.  Rogers,  John  A. 
Giblin,  J.  Lin  Hughes,  George  M.  Weaver. 
Oneida  National  Bank — Nos.  155-157  Gen- 
'  esee  Street — George  L.  Bradford,  Presi- 
dent: George  DeForest,  E.  J.  Mills- 
paugh.  Vice  Presidents;  G.  Niles, 
Cashier;  G.  Ernst  Nichols,  Paying 
Teller;  H.  R.  Gossling,  Receiving  Teller; 
Hunter  J.  Vizor.  Bookkeeper;  Harry  S. 
Ingalls,  Discount  Clerk.  Capital,  $600,000. 
Surplus     and     undivided     profits,     $750,000. 


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T>4r*ctors.  <George  L.    Bradford,   Charles  H. 
Fhi'da      George     DeForest,     E.     J.     Mills- 

ugh.  G.  Fred  Ralph,  Frederick 
g  Kellogg,  Rufus  P.  Birdseye,  John  E. 
iicLoughlin,  Henry  H.  Cooper,  A.  Sharpe 
Hunter,  John  F.  Maynard,  Jr.,  Perle  W. 
Harter.  G.  A.  Niles. 

Utlca  City  National  Bank— 108-112  Gene- 
see Street — Charles  S.  Symonds,  President: 
James  DeP.  Lynch,  First  Vice  President; 
Thomas  F.  Baker,  Second  Vice  President; 
Melville  C.  Brown,  Cashier;  Herbert  N. 
Burrill,  Paying  Teller;  Alexander  Nelbach, 
Receiving  teller;  Frank  Krammer,  Ashley 
Ladd,  James  A.  Smith,  Bookkeepers;  Dis- 
count Clerk,  Francis  P.  McGinty;  Directors, 
John  W.  MacLean,  Thomas  F.  Baker, 
Melville  C.  Brown,  Charles  A.  Griffin,  John 
A.  Roberts,  Charles  S.  Symonds,  George 
A.  Frisbie,  Robert  Fraser,  James  DePey- 
ster  Lynch,  R.-  Bloss  Billings,  Charles  H. 
Tates,  Walter  Jerome  Green,  Charles  W. 
Cushman,  William  F.  Welch,  Frank  B. 
Rathbun. 

Citizens'  Trust  Company — Seneca,  Junc- 
tion of  Genesee  Street — Wm.  I.  Taber, 
President;  Watson  T.  Dunmore  .First  Vice 
President;  Wm.  Pierrepont  White,  Second 
Vice  President;  F.  H.  Doolittle,  Secretary; 
Preston  N.  Hamlin,  Asst.  Secretary.  Di- 
rectors, Jacob  Agne,  William  E.  Lewis,  Ed- 
gar B.  Odell,  Henry  Martin,  Wm.  B.  Fos- 
ter, John  C.  Fulmer,  George  G.  Clarabut, 
Wm.  H.  Roberts,  B.  K.  Brown,  George  B 
Allen,  Arthur  B.  Maynard,  Watson  T. 
Dunmore,  George  I.  Hovey,  W.  Pierrepont 


White,  William  I.  Taber,  F.  H  .Doolittle, 
T.   Harvey  Ferris,   John  Carstensen. 

Savings  Bank  of  Utlca — 233  Genesee 
Street— Charles  A.  Miller,  President;  Theo- 
dore S.  Sayre,  First  Vice  President;  Wil- 
liam Kernan,  Second  Vice  President;  Ru- 
fus P.  Birdseye,  Secretary;  Harry  A.  Hi'il- 
singer.  Treasurer;  Richard  H.  Thompson, 
Teller;  John  Welbon,  Bookkeeper;  Philip 
W.  Birdseye,  Receiving  Teller;  George  W. 
Sherwood,  Stephen  G.  Eldred,  Frank  R. 
Nivison,  •Bookkeepers;  Proctor  Nye,  Jour- 
nal Clerk;  Mrs.  Bessie  Lowery,  Gladys 
Thomas,  Stenographers,  Trustees,  Wil- 
liam Kernan,  Rufus  P.  Birdseye,  Thomas 
R.  Proctor,  Charles  A.  Miller,  Frank  E. 
Wheeler,  Theodore  S.  Sayre,  Henry  H. 
Cooper,  Charles  B.  Rogers,  George  L.  Cur- 
ran,  Charles  S.  Symonds,  George  L.  Brad- 
ford, Nicholas  E.  Devereux.  J.  De  Peyster 
Lynch. 

Utica  Trust  and  Deposit  Co. — Corner  La- 
fayette and  Genesee  Streets — Capital  and 
surplus,  $1,000,000.  Directors,  Thomas  F. 
Baker,  George  L.  Bradford,  Frank  A.  Bos- 
worth.  J.  Francis  Day,  George  DeForest, 
William  S.  Doolittle,  George  E.  Dunham, 
Frederick  S.  Easton,  Franklin  A.  Ethridge, 
Robert  Fraser,  J.  J.  Gilbert,  D.  Clinton 
Murray,  Thomas  R.  Proctor,  Charles  B. 
Rogers,  R.  U.  Sherman,  Sanford  S. 
Sherman,  Charles  S.  Symonds.  President, 
J.  Francis  Day;  Vice  Presidents  Charles 
S.  Symonds,  D.  Clinton  Murray,  George 
E.  Dunham;  Secretary,  Graham  Coventry; 
Assistant  Treasurer,   Charles  J.   Lamb. 


Location   of   Blocks,    Buildings,   Places,    Etc. 


Amlot,  364  Genesee. 

Arcade  Building,  145  Genesee. 

Armory  (28th  and  44th  Separate  Cos., 
N.G.   S.  N.  Y.),   Steuben  Park. 

Ballou   Flats,    16   Kemble. 

Ballou   Block,    John,    cor.    Main. 

Blasier  Flats,   81  West. 

Buckingham    (The),    104   John. 

Carlisle  Building,  Genesee,  cor.  Wash- 
ington. 

Chamber  of  Commerce  Building.  S  Eliza- 
beth. 

Chetwood  (The),  Oneida  Square. 

Citizens'  Trust  Company  Building,  junc- 
tion  Seneca  and  Genesee. 

City   Hall   Building,    Genesee,    cor.   Pearl. 

Clarendon  Building,  219  Genesee,  cor. 
Blandina. 

Colonial  Flats,    36-38   Watson   PI. 

Commercial  Travelers'  Mutual  Accident 
Association   Building,   70   Genesee. 

Comstock   Place,    5   Plant. 

Conservatory  of  Music,  29  to  35  Devereux 

Court  House,   Elizabeth,  cor.   Charlotte. 

County  Clerk's  Office,  Elizabeth,  corner 
Charlotte. 

Devereux    Block,    140    Genesee. 

Dobson   Block,    Oneida   Square. 

Dudley  Triangle,  Genesee,  corner  Wljites- 
boro. 

Elmhurst    (The),    118   Elm. 

Evans    Bldg.,    196    Genesee. 

Exchange  Building  (Foster),  133  Gene- 
see. 

Fort  Schuyler  Building,  Genesee  and 
Blandina. 


Foster   Building,    131-133  Genesee. 

Fostoria    (The),    49-51    Oneida. 

Fraser  Building,  173-181  Genesee. 

Gardner  Block,   190   Genesee. 

Georgitso  Building,   206-210  Genesee. 

Globe    Building,     24    Whitesboro. 

Government  Building,  Broad  and  John. 

Griffiths  Building,  Liberty  and  Hotel. 

Haberer   Block,    25    Lafayette. 

Helfert   (The),   62   Eagle. 

Hippodrome,   31-39  Lafayette. 

Homestead  Aid  Assn.  Bldg.,  90  Seneca. 

Huron  Block,   84-88  Seneca. 

Institute  Building.   Ill   Columbia. 

Jail,   731   Bleecker. 

Jackson    (The),    197-199   Park   Ave. 

James  (The),   Steuben,  cor.  South. 

Jerome    (The),    78    West. 

Kanatenah  Apartment  House,  376  Gen- 
esee. 

Kemble   Terrace,    36-3S   Kemble. 

Kendrick  Building,  junction  Genesee  and 
Seneca. 

Kenmore    (The),    329   Genesee. 

Labor  Temple,  Charlotte,  corner  Dever- 
eux. 

Library  Building,  Genesee,  opposite  Cot- 
tage Place. 

LaFayette  Place,  45  Lafayette  to  cor. 
Broadway. 

Lorraine  Flats,   33-35  Oswego. 

Lux  Block,  110  Bleecker. 

Mann  Building.  Genesee  and  Broad. 

Maennerchor  Building— 323-329  Columbia- 
Marshall  (The).   16  Cottage  pi. 

Martin  Building;  115-117  Genesee. 


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Masonic  Home  (Bleecker  St.  RR-),  East 
Utica. 

Masonic   Temple,    2C-1   Genesee. 

Mechanics   Hall,    Hotel   and   Liberty. 

Moshier  Block,  224-226  Bleecker. 

Observer  Building,  1  Franklin,  near  Post- 
office. 

Odd  Fellows'  Temple,  Columbia  and 
Washington. 

Olbiston  Apartment  House,  Genesee  and 
Clinton  PI. 

Old   Library   Building,    9   Elizabeth. 

Oneida  County  Building,  Elizabeth,  cor. 
Charlotte. 

Oneida  Flats,  337  Genesee. 

Oneida  Historical  Society  Building,  Eliza- 
beth,  between  John  and   Park  Ave. 

Oneida  National  Bank  Building,  157  Gen- 
esee. 

Opera  House   Block,    24   Lafayette. 

Oswego  Apartment  House,   37-39  Oswego. 

Paul  Building,  Elizabeth,  corner  Char- 
lotte. 

Pfluke's  Building,   Franklin   Square. 

Police  Station,  Pearl  and  Washington. 

Public  Bath  House,  Lincoln  Ave.,  and 
Pleasant. 

Roberts  Building,  193-199  Genesee. 

Rutger  Park,    Rutger   head    of   John. 

Second  National  Bank  Building,  73-75 
Genesee. 

Seneca   Building,    Lafayette    and    Seneca. 


and 


Sexton,   Park  Ave.,   cor.   South. 

Sheehan    Block,    Columbia   and'  State. 

Shubert    Building,    Bleecker,    cor.    Char- 
lotte. 

Spencer  Block,   South  and  Steuben. 

Star    Theater,    644    Bleecker. 

State      Hospital,      junction      Court 
Whitesboro. 

Stevens   Flats,    Summit    Place.  ■ 

Stewart  Building,  laa-191  Genesee. 

Summit    (The),   21-211    Summit   PI. 

Telephone   Building    ("Bell),    120    Bleecker. 

Utica  City  National   Bank   Building,   108- 
112  Genesee. 

Utica    Press    Building,    110-112    Main. 

Utica   Savings   Bank   Building,   233   Gene- 
see. 

Vendome,   530  State. 

Virginia    Apartments,    102    James. 

Warren    (The,    24   Leah. 

Weaver  Block,   Genesee  and  Broad. 

White    Building,    Bleecker    cor    Charlotte. 

Winston  Building,   230  Geneese. 

Women    Christian    Association    Building, 
19    Court. 

j.oung  Men's  Christian  Association  Build- 
ing, Washington,  junction  of  Genesee. 

Young  Men's  Christian  Association  Build- 
ing  (Railroad  Branch),   26  Whitesboro. 

3foung     Women's     Christian     Association 
Building,    264    Genesee. 


Location   of   Squares   and   Parks,    Utica 


Bagg's    Square — Foot    of   Genesee. 

Brinckerhoff  Park,  Brinckerhoff  Ave  and 
Square. 

Truman  K.  Butler  Park — Columbia,  near 
St.   Luke's   Church. 

Chancellor    Square — Bleecker    and    First. 

Columbia  Square — Columbia  and  Sara- 
toga. 

Roscoe  Conkling  Park — Pleasant,  head 
Conkling  Avenue. 

Franklin   Square — Genesee   and   Hotel. 

Johnson    Park — West    and    Square. 

Francis  Kernan  Park — Bacon  and  Belle 
Avenue. 

LaFayette  Square — LaFayette  and  Wiley. 

Mclncrow  Square  Park,  Park  Ave.  and 
Jay. 

Addison  C.  Miller  Park,  junction  of  York 


and   Pleasant. 

Old  Fort  Schuyler  Park,  Park  Ave.  and 
Main. 

Oneida  Square — Genesee  and  Oneida. 

Park  Place — Steuben  Park. 

Proctor  Park — End  of  South. 

Rutger   Place — Head    of  John. 

Horatio  Seymour  Park — Sunset  Avenue 
and  Pleasant. 

J.  Thomas  Spriggs  Park — Whitesboro  and 
'  Erie. 

Steuben   Park — Head    of   Charfotte. 

Summit    Park — Oriskany. 

Utica  Park — Bleecker  St.  R.  R.(  beyond 
city   limits,    East    End. 

Wa.son    Williams   Park — James. 

Whitesboro  Street  Play  Grounds,  137 
Whitesboro. 


Public    Halls 


Alhambra,    108    Bleeecker. 

Arcanum    Temple,    Devereux. 

Auditorium,  Genesee  and  Hopper. 

Carnwarth,  Columbia,  corner  Washington. 

Cornelius,    214    Varick. 

Curtis  Hall,  78-80  Cornelia. 

Democratic   Association,    111    Genesee. 

Dobson's,  Oneida  Square. 

Elks,    Shubert    Building. 

Faxton,    Court,    cor.    Varick. 

Foster,  131  Genesee. 

Halcyon   Hall,    73    LaFayette. 

Hibernians,   Bleecker  and   Kossuth. 

Hippodrome,  31-39  Lafayette. 

Huron,   64   Seneca. 

Jacobus,    79    John. 

K.   of  C,  309  Genesee. 

K.   of  H.   Hall,   219   Bleecker. 

Labor    Temple,    Charlotte    cor    Devereux. 

Lumberg  (The),  Washington  near  La- 
Fayette. 

Maccabees,  Shubert  Building,  Charlotte 
and    Bleecker. 


Majestic  Theater,  24  Lafayette. 

Masonic   Temple,    251   Genesee. 

Maennerchor,  323-329  Columbia. 

Odd  Fellows',  Columbia,  cor.  Washing- 
ten. 

Oneida,   Oneida  Square. 

Orpheum,   28   Lafayette. 

Pfluke's,    Franklin    Square. 

Post   Reynolds,    64    Seneca. 

Pythian  Castle  Hall,  171  Genesee. 

Rebekah,  Odd  Fellows'. 

Red   Men's,   Maennerchor  Building. 

Republican   Club,   37  Blandina. 

Savoy,  632  Bleecker. 

Sharpe's.   Columbia,   cor.   Washington. 

Shubert  Theater,  Charlotte  and  Bleecker. 

Star   Theater,    644   Bleecker. 

State   Armory,    Steuben   Park. 

Turn  Verein,  Lafayette,  near  State. 

Y.  M.  C.  A.,  Washington,  junction  Gen- 
esee. 

Y.  M.  C.  A.,  RR.  Branch,  26  Whitesboro. 


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Cemeteries 


Potter's  Field — Henry  Hartmann,  Sexton. 

Calvary  (Cathai'ic)  Oneida  Street,  be- 
yond Forest  Hill  Cemetery.  Thos.  J. 
Dwyer,  Superintendent;  Rev.  Father  Doo- 
dy,  Treasurer. 

St.  Agnes' — Mohawk  Street;  P.  W.  Dut- 
ton,   Sexton. 

Grand  View  Cemetery,  Whitesboro,  N.  "S. 
President,  E.  J.  Wagner,  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,  George  P.  Morse;  Superintend- 
ent,   George   P.    Haynes. 


St.  Mary's — Webster  Ave.;  Leo  Vaeth, 
Sexton. 

St.  Joseph's — Champlin  Road;  A.  Kener- 
Unecht,   Sexton. 

Forest  Hill — Oneida  Street,  near  city 
line;   R.  Lawes,  Superintendent. 

Jewish  Cemetery — Jewett  Street,  near 
Lincoln  Ave. 

New  Forest — Oneida  Street;  Charles 
Crammer,    Sexton. 


Churches 


Baptist. 

Calvary,  Whitesboro  Street,  corner 
Churchill  Ave. — Rev.  Lawrence  D.  Dunn- 
ing,   pastor. 

East  Utica  Church,  930  Bleecker,  near 
Nichols  St. — Rev.  Antonia  Perrotta,  pastor, 
57   Bacon. 

Park  Rutger,  corner  West — Rev  Edward 
Babcock,    pastor. 

Tabernacle,  6  Hopper,  Corner  King — Rev. 
John  Snape,  pastor. 

lmmanuel,        Eagle,        Corner       Dudley — 
Christian    Science. 

First    Church    of    Christ,    Scientist,    New 

Century  Auditorium — Charlotte  M.  Wes- 
ton (Mrs.)  first  reader. 

Congregational. 

Plymouth     Congregational,     Plant,     Near 
State — Rev.  W.  Irving  Maurer,  minister. 
Episcopal. 

Trinity,  Broad,  Corner  First  —  Rev. 
George  C.   Groves,  Jr.,  rector. 

Grace,  Genesee,  Corner  Elizabeth — Rev. 
Octavius  Applegate,  rector.  Rev.  Frank 
J.    Knapp,    assistant. 

Calvary,  South,  cor.  Howard  Avenue — 
Rev.    Edward   H.   Coley,   rector. 

Church  of  the  Holy  Cross,  841  Bleecker — 
Rev.   James   J.   Burd,    rector,   357   Blandina. 

St.  George's,  96V2  State — Rev.  Jesse  Hig- 
gins,  rector,  12  Henry  Street. 

St.  Luke's  Church,  Columbia,  Opposite 
Hamilton — Rev.  Angus  MacKay  Porter, 
rector. 

St.  Andrew's  Church,  Faxton  Street,  Near 
Oneida— Rector,  Rev.  William  H.  Morgan. 
Evangelical     Lutheran. 
(English). 

Church  of  the  Redeemer,  Columbia,  Near 
State — Rev.    Edwin    F.    Keever,    pastor. 

Church  of  the  Holy  Communion,  Sunset 
Avenue,  Corner  Mulberry — Rev.  J.  W. 
Smith,    pastor. 

Evangelical   Lutheran. 
(German). 

Zion,  Fay,  Corner  Cooper — Rev.  Otto  "Von 
Buren,  pastor. 

Trinity  (German),  Hamilton  —  Rev. 
Charles   A.    Germann,   pastor,   11   Hamilton. 

St.  Paul's,  South,  Corner  Brinckerhoff 
Avenue — Rev.  F.  R.  Hoffmann,  pastor. 

St.  Matthew's,  108  Roberts,  Corner  Sun- 
set Avenue — Rev.  Herman  A.  Sperling,' 
pastor. 

Jewish    Synagogue. 

House  of  Israel,  Washington,  Corner  of 
Whitesboro. 

House  of  Jacob,  11  Seneca — Rabbi, 
Samuel  E.  Manchester. 


Methodist. 

First  Methodist  Episcopal,  Court,  Corner 
Broadway — Rev.  Edgar  H.  Brown,  pastor, 
35    Court    Street. 

Dryer  Memorial  M.  E.  Church,  Court, 
Corner  Stark  Street — Rev.  C.  H.  Walton, 
pastor,    443   Whitesboro   Street. 

South  Street  Methodist  Episcopal,  31 
South — Rev.    Wm.    J.    Hart,    D.   D.,   pastor. 

First  Church  of  the  Evangelical  Associa- 
tion, Ernest  T.  Hughes,  pastor,  20S  Sunset 
Avenue. 

First  Free  Methodist  Church,  30  Linwood 
Place — Rev.  Harvey  D.  Brink,  pastor,  35 
Linwood   Place. 

Centenary  M.  E.,  Lansing,  Corner  Nichols 
Street— Rev.  M.  D.  Sill,  pastor.  2M  Lans- 
ing. v 

African  Methodist  Episcopal  Zion  (col- 
ored), 25  Elizabeth  Street— Rev.  R.  J. 
Strother,    pastor,    69    Charlotte. 

Italian    Calvary    M.    E.,    132    Elizabeth- 
Rev.   David  Acquarone,   pastor,  21  Albany. 
Moravian. 

First  Moravian  Church,  Cooper,  Corner 
Cornelia — Rev.  Allen  A.  Abel  pastor,  44  Cor- 
nelia. 

Second     Moravian     Church.     South     and 
Leeds — George    M.    Runner,    pastor. 
Presbyterian. 

First  Presbyterian,  Washington,  Corner 
Columbia— Rev.  Ralph  W.  Brokaw,  D.  D., 
pastor. 

Westminister,  116  Washington— Rev.  J. 
Howard   Hobbs,   pastor. 

Bethany,  Lansing,  Corner  AJbany — Rev. 
Charles  M.   Dodge,   pastor. 

Olivet,  103  Howard  Avenue — Rev.  Arthur 
J.   Dean,   pastor. 

The  Memorial  Presbyterian,  Court,  Cor- 
ner Sunset  Avenue — Rev.  Dana  W.  Bige- 
lcw,    pastor,   410    State;    Bell   Phone  2184. 

Highland    Presbyterian    Sunday    school — 
William  Russell,   superintendent. 
Reformed. 

Christ  (Dutch  Reformed)  Church,  Gene- 
see, Corner  of  Cornelia — Rev.  Louis  H. 
Holden,    pastor. 

Roman    Catholic. 

St.  Mary's  Church  of  ML  Carmel 
(Italian),  Catharine  Near  Gulf— Rev.  Jo- 
seph  Formla,   pastor. 

Polish  Catholic  Church  of  the  Holy 
Trinity,  162  Lincoln  Avenue — Rev.  Louis 
Muszynskl. 

St.  Agnes',  Blandina,  Corner  Kossuth 
Avenue — Rev.  A.  J.  Hayes,  pastor,  214 
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St.  Anthony  of  Padua  (Italian),)  66  Buf- 
falo, near  Bleecker — Rev.  Alfred  A.  Roth, 
pastor. 

St.  Francis  de  Sales',  Eagle  Corner  Sum- 
mit PI. — Rev.  Daniel  Doody,  pastor;  29 
Eagle. 

St.  George's  (Lithuanian),  97  LaFayette 
— Rev.  Sylvester  P.  Remeika,  pastor. 

St.  John's,  Bleecker,  Corner  John —  Rt. 
Rev.  Monsignor  J.  S.  M.  Lynch,  D.  D., 
LL.  D.,  pastor,  240  Bleecker  Street;  Rev. 
Robert  J.  Bogan,  Rev.  Patrick  Kelly  and 
Rev.  Bernard  A.  Smith,  assist,   priests. 

St.  Joseph's,  150  Columbia — Rev.  Am- 
brose Reimer,  O.  M.  C,  sup,  pastor;  Rev. 
Lucius  Matt,  O.  M.  C,  Rev.  Boniface 
Hennings,    assistant    pastors. 

St.  Patrick's,  Columbia,  Corner  Hunting- 
ton— Rev.  Nicholas  J.  Quinn,  pastor,  145 
Columbia  St.;  Rev.  Henry  Hyland,  assist- 
ant priest. 

St.  Louis  Gonzaga  (Syrian),  Elizabeth, 
corner   Albany — Rev.    Louis    Lotaif,    pastor. 

St.  Mary's  (German),  South,  Corner  Tay- 


lor  Avenue — Rev.    Joseph   Lechner,    pastor, 
165    South. 

St.  Stanislaus  (Polish),  Rev.  John  Laski, 
pastor,    127    Nichols. 

Universalist. 

Church  of  the  Reconciliation,  Genesee, 
Corner  Tracy — Rev.  George  C.  Baner, 
pastor. 

Welsh. 

Bethesda  Welsh  Congregational,  108 
Washington — Rev.  W.  Caradog  Jones,"  pas- 
tor; E.  H.  Jones,  secretary;  W.  W.  George, 
treasurer. 

Moriah  Welsh  Calvinistic  Methodist,  Park 
Avenue,  Corner  Dakin — Rev.  D.  M.  Rich- 
ards,  pastor. 

Coke  Memorial,  Union,  Corner  Hopper — 
Rev.    David    D.    Davies. 

Salvation   Army 

Salvation  Army  Hall,  10-12  Blandina 
Street — Meetings  every  night,  except  Mon- 
day.    Major  E.  A.  Nice. 

Rescue  Mission — 24  Liberty — James  Cow- 
dre,    superintendent. 


Utica   Clubs 


Aeolian  Club  of  Utica,  Devereux  Bldg., — 
Pres.,  Newman  H.  Maher,  Sec,  Henry  M. 
Perry,    38   Taylor   Avenue. 

Arcanum  Club,  212  Genesee  St. — Pres., 
Thomas  F.  McKeough;   sec,   T.   O.   Cole. 

Automobile  Club  of  Utica — Pres.,  Perle 
W  Harter;   sec,    J.    M.    Ross. 

Central  N.  Y.  Farmers'  Club,  meets 
Court  House,  Utica,  N.  T.— Pres.,  Joseph 
E.  Graham,  New  Hartford;  sec,  Hugh 
Hughes,   39  Elm   St. 

Colonial  Club— Pres.,  Richard  D.  Hatfield; 
sec,   Harold  H.    Thomas. 

Conkling  Unconditional  Club  of  Utica  — 
Pres.,  Emmerson  M.  Willis;  sec,  Russell 
H.    Brennan;    treas.,    Chas.   J.   Lamb. 

Knights  of  Columbus  Club,  309  Genesee 
St. — R.  E.  McCreary,  Grand  Knight;  John 
McGarty,  123  Genesee  St.,  financial  sec; 
Wm.    J.    Duffy,    222    Genesee    St.,    recorder. 

Democratic  Club,  125  Genesee  St.— Pres., 
James  D.  Smith;  sec,  Arthur  D.  Jones. 

Electric  Railway  Club,  Foster  Bldg.,  131 
Genesee  St. 

Elks  Club,  Shubert  Theatre  Bldg.,  Bleec- 
ker St. — Sec,  Amon  W.   Foote. 

The  E.  T.  P.  Club,  13-14  Devereux  Bldg. 
—Sec,   Merwin   Eells,    56    Rutger   St. 

Fort  Schuyler  Club,  Genesee  and  Court 
Sts. — Pres.,  Daniel  N.  Crouse,  sec,  Chas. 
W.  Wicks. 

Gentlemen's  Driving  and  Riding  Club — 
Pres.,  D.  L.  Taylor;  sec,  George  A.   Balch. 

Men's  Club  of  Grace  Church,  11  Devereux 
—Pres.,  J.  T.  A.  Doolittle;  sec,  John  T. 
Turnbull;    treas.,    Graham    Coventry. 

Myrtle  and  Ivy  Club,  Utica,  N.  T. — 
Pres.,  Joseph  Tessey;  sec,  John  C.  Ful- 
mer;   treas.,   Charles   J.   Schultz. 

The  New  Century  Club,  253  Genesee  cor 
Hopper — Pres.,  Mrs.  Wm.  J.  Schuyler,  rec. 
sec,   Miss  Ida  J.    Butcher,    30   Court   St. 

Owasco  Club,  116  LaFayette  —  Pres. 
Joseph   Karl. 

Pythian  Club',  171  Genesee — Pres.,  C.  S. 
McLean;    sec,    J.    C.    Scannell;    treas.,    H. 


Wilkins. 

The  Republican  Club  of  Utica,  37  Blan- 
dina St. — Pres.,  Dr.  James  G.  Hunt;  sec, 
Frederick    B.    Adams. 

Sadaquada  Golf  Club,  New  York  Mills — 
Pres.,  N.  E.  Devereux;  sec,  Charles  De 
Angelis,  52  Mann  Building. 

Seneca  Club  (The),  1012  Bleecker  St.— 
Meets  second  Thursday..  Pres.,  Frank  W. 
Duross;  sec,  Mathew  Garnsey,  51  Humbert 
Ave. 

Senix  Clu.b,  Hibernian  Hall,  898  Bleecker. 

Tennis  Club  of  Utica — Pres.,  Francis  K. 
Kernan;  sec,  W.  M.  Crouse,  treas,  A.  C. 
Gilbert. 

Teuka  Club,  123  Genesee  St. — Sec,  W. 
V.    Gloeckler,    Utica   Gas   &   Electric  Co. 

Utica  Art  Club,  studio,  89  Washington 
St. — Sec,  Mrs.  H.  B.  Kenyon,  Whitesboro, 
N.    Y. 

Utica  Motor  Boat  Club — 120  LaFayette. 
Commodore,  Albert  J.  Krebser;  sec.  and 
treas.,   George  J.   Plopper. 

Utica  Motorcycle  Club,  LaFayette  St. — 
Prs.  Homer  G.  Buckley;  sec.  and  treas., 
John  J.  Weiler. 

Utica  Curling  Club  (incorporated),  Rut- 
ger St.  near  Third — Pres.,  A.  H.  Munson; 
sec,   George   B.   Allen. 

Utica  Masonic  Craftsmen's  Club,  Ma- 
sonic Temple,  251  Genesee — Pres.,  John 
Breen;    sec,   Hugh   T.   Foulkes. 

Utica  Medical  Club — Pres.,  Dr.  Raymond 
Kempf;  sec.  and  treas.,  F.  S.  Delong. 

Utica  Political  Equality  Club,  meets  at 
New  Century  Club  House,  253  Genesee  St. 
— Pres.,  Miss  Lucy  Carlile  Watson;  sec, 
B.    J.    Rendell,    903   Sunset  Ave. 

U.  F.'  A.  Rifle  Club — Pres.,  Octavius  Ap- 
plegate;  sec,  David  H.  Ames. 

Utopian  Club,  Kendrick  Bldg.,  meets  2nd 
and  4th  Thursday — Pres.,  John  Barker; 
sec,   Alex.   Sager. 

Yahnundahsis  Golf  Club,  New  Hartford, 
N.  Y. — Pres.,  Watson  Dunmore;  sec, 
James  H.  Merwin,  Paul  Building. 


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'    Homes   and 

Faxton  Hospital — Sunset  Avenue.  Is  free 
of  access  to  all  reputable  physicians  and 
patients  are  permitted  to  chose  their  own. 
President,  Mrs.  Edwin  Thorn;  Recording 
Secretary,  Mrs.  Henry  R.  Williams;  Cor- 
responding Secretary,  Mrs.  Frank  Winant; 
Treasurer,  Mrs.  C.  Lansing  Jones; 
Surgeon  in  Charge,  Dr.  James  H.  Glass; 
Superintendent,   Florence  Johnson. 

General  Hospital — South,  corner  Mohawk 
Street.  Medical  staff:  President,  Dr.  J.  D. 
Jones-;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  W.  B. 
Roemer;  Executive  Committee,  Dr.  J.  D. 
Jones,  ex  officio,  Dr.  Fred  W.  Smith,  Dr. 
M.  J.  Davies.  Dr.  W.  J.  Schuyler,  Dr.  A  R. 
Grant;  Senior  House  Physician,  S.  W. 
Flack;  Superintendent  and  Commissioner, 
Arthur  J.  Lowery;  Directress  of  nurses  and 
Deputy  Superintendent,  Annie  O'eNil. 

Home  For  the  Homeless  In  the  City  of 
Utica — The  business  of  the  association  is 
the  protection,  assistance  and  support, 
wholly  or  In  part,  of  respectable  aged,  In- 
digent or  infirm  women  who  are  unable 
to  support  themselves  without  assistance. 
Dana  W.  Bigelow,  President;  Sherwood  S. 
Curran,  Secretary,  and  H.  R.  Williams, 
Treasurer  of  Board  of  Trustees;  Mrs.  Wil- 
liam B.  Foster;  President;  Miss  Amelia 
Sayre,  Corresponding  Secretary,  and  Mrs. 
George  C.  Mason,  Treasurer  of  the  Board 
of   Managers.      Building   on    Faxton    Street. 

Home  For  Aged  Men  And  Couples — Sun- 
set Avenue,  near  city  line.  The  object 
of  the  home  is  to  shelter  respectable  men 
In  reduced  circumstances,  over  65  years 
of  age,  or  couples.  President,  Mrs.  Frank 
D.  Westcott;  Recording  Secretary,  Mrs. 
Cornelia  C.  Rice;  Corresponding  Secretary, 
Miss  Antoinette  Y.  Dickinson;  Treasurer, 
Mrs.  Charles  C.  Luce;  Matron,  Mrs.  Ella 
Wolgum;  Physicians,  Dr.  C.  E.  Alliaume, 
Dr.  E.  B.  Guile,  Dr.  C.  A.  Frost,  Dr.  C.  E. 
Chase  Dr.  J.  W.  Rayhill,  Dr.  Frederick 
Kempf.  Managers  meet  on  the  first  Fri- 
day of  each  month  at  3  p.   m. 

Masonic  Home  and  School — East  Utica, 
on  line  of  Bleecker  Street  car  line.  Board 
of  Trustees,  Frank  E.  Haff,  New  York 
City,  President;  George  J.  Jackson,  New 
York  City,  Vice  President;  Herman  A. 
Metz,  New  York  City,  Secretary;  George 
T.  Montgomery,  New  York  City,  Treasurer; 
Arthur  MacArthur,  Troy,  N.  Y.,  Milton  W. 
Davidson,  Canisteo,  N.  Y.  Superintendent 
William  J.  Wiley;  Matron,  Mrs.  William 
J.  Wiley.  Honw  open  to  visitors  every  day 
between    nine   a.    m.    and    five    p.    m. 

Miller's  Private  Hospital — Margery  St., 
Miller  sisters,   props. 

St.  Elizabeth's  Hospital  and  Home— 722 
Columbia  St.,  under  the  care  of  the.  Sis- 
ters of  St.  Francis.  Surgeon  In  charge, 
Edward  H.  Hyland;  Visiting  Surgeons, 
Daniel  C.  Dye,  Edward  M.  Hyland,  Ar- 
thur M.  Johnston,  William  E.  Wetmore, 
.  Frederick  M.  Miller,  William  S.  Morris, 
Frederick    T.    Owens. 

Visiting  Physicians,  Henry  E.  Brown,  Wil- 
liam D.  Peckham,  Hugh  H.  Shaw,  Milton 
D.  Graham.  Louis  W.  Locke,  Frederick  M. 
Kempf..  Genecologlsts,  Edward  M.  Hy- 
land, Frederick  M.  Miller..  Oculist  and 
Aurist,  Sands  S.  Maxon;  Dermatologist, 
George    M.    Fisher;    Obstetricians,    Harriet 


Hospitals 

P.  Cutter.  D.  C.  Dye,  William  O.  Weis- 
kotten;  Pathologist,  John  R.  Devine; 
Consulting  Staff,  Hamilton  S.  Quin, 
William  M.  Gibson,  Charles  E.  Furman, 
George  P.  English,  George  F.  Mills,  Henry 
L.  Gardiner;  Resident  Physician,  Frank  J. 
Williams,  Superintendent  of  Nurses,  Miss 
Elizabeth  M.  Hogan.  P.  N. ;  Superioress, 
Sister   M.    Florentine. 

St.  Luke's  Home  And  Hospital — Whltes- 
boro  Street.  Organized  1869.  Board  of 
Managers:  President,  Frederick  T.  Proc- 
tor; Vice  President,  Henry  F.  Mansfield; 
Secretary,  J.  Lindsey  Hughes;  Treasurer, 
J.  T.  A.  Doolittle.  Board  of  Almoners: 
President,  Mrs.  Frederick  T.  Proctor;  Sec- 
retary, Mrs.  J.  Francis  Day;  Treasurer, 
Mrs.  Thomas  S.  Jones;  Chief  of  Staff,  Dr. 
Willis  E.  Ford;  Internes.  R.  B.  Seagfried, 
T.  J.  Fay,  H.  A.  Miller;  Superintendent, 
George   W.   Wilson. - 

Utica  Dispensary— Open  daily  for  the 
treatment  of  the  sick  poor,  free,  from  2  to 
3  p.  m.  President  of  the  association, 
Dr.  J.  H.  Glass;  Treasurer,  Dr.  Ira  D. 
Hopkins;    Secretary,    Dr.   Wm.    Gibson. 

Utica  Homeopathic  Hospital — 684  Gene- 
see Street.  H.  D.  Pixley,  President;  Dr. 
A.  R.  Grant.  Surgeon-in-Chief :  Dr.  C.  T. 
Haines,  Medical  Director;  William  V. 
Jones,  Secretary;  Geo.  A.  Frisbie,  Treas- 
urer. Board  of  Lady  Managers:  Presi- 
dent, Mrs.  H.  M.  Scheuch,  Secretary,  Mrs. 
W.  G.  Edwards;  Treasurer,  Mrs.  G.  S. 
Beechwood. 

Utica  State  Hospital — No.  patients,  men 
792;  women  803;  total  1595.  No.  employees, 
men  186;  women  146,  total  332.  Harold 
L.  Palmer,  M.  D.,  Medical  Supt.:  Edward 
G.  Stout,  M.  D.,  Senior  Asst.  Physician; 
Samuel  W.  Hamilton,  M.  D.,  Senior 
Asst.  Physician;  Julius  E.  Haight,  M.  D., 
Asst.  Physician;  William  Hale,  M.  D.,  Med- 
ical Interne;  Eugene  A.  Hammond,  M.  D  , 
Medical  Interne;  Robert  F.  Zimmerman. 
M.  D.,  Medical  Interne:  Clara  Smith,  M. 
D.,  Woman  Physician;  Board  of  Managers, 
George  E.  Dunham,  President,  Utica; 
Rev.  Edward  H.  Coley,  Secretary, 
Utica;  Hon.  John  D.  Kernan,  Utica; 
Thomas  F.  Baker,  Utica;  Miss  Mary  Isabel 
Doolittle,  Utica;  Mrs.  Lizzie  W.  Constable, 
Utica;  William  G.  Mayer,  Waterville;  Supt. 
of  Training  School,  Bessie  B.  Tiboits,  R.  N.; 
Steward  and  Deputy  Treasurer,  C.  A.  Mos- 
her. 

Graycroft — The  hospital's  agricultural  col- 
ony is  situated  about  a  mile  and  a  half  from 
the  hospital.  Accessible  by  special  convey- 
ance. 

Women's  Christian  Association  Home — 
21  Court  Street.  At  this  home  young 
women  engaged  In  the  manufactories  or 
other  industrial  pursuits  can  obtain  good 
board  and  a  pleasant  home  at  prices  suited 
to  their  means.  Organized  July,  1870. 
President,  Mrs.  William  Schachtel;  First 
Vice  President,  Mrs.  Mary^ghaver;  Record- 
ing Secretary,  Mrs.  E.  GWHarvey;  Corre- 
sponding Secretary.  Mrs.  Geo.  C.  Groves; 
Treasurer,  Miss  M.  E.  Abbott;  Matron, 
Susan  M.  Teflt. 

Young  Women's  Christian  Association 
Home — 246    Genesee   street.. 


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Orphan  Asylums 


House  of  the  Good  Shepherd — 704-706 
Genesee.  A  society  for  the  care  of  friend- 
less, neglected  or  destitute  children.  Pres- 
ident, Mrs.  Wm.  T.  Millard,  Treas.,  Miss 
Anne  M.  Lynch;  Secretary,  Mrs.  E.  J.  Wal- 
cott.  Trustees:  T.  R.  Proctor,  President; 
Wm.  M.  Storrs,  Vice  President;  Hugh 
White,  Treasurer;  George  M.  Weaver, 
Secretary. 

St.  John's  Catholic  Orphan  Asylum — Gen- 
esee, New  Hartford.  Under  the  care  of  the 
Sisters  of  Charity.  President  and  treas., 
Sister    Cornelia;    sec,    Sister    Justine;    At- 


-Sister3 


tending   Physician,    H.    S.    Quin. 

The    St.    Joseph's    Infant    Home 
of  Charity  in  charge. 

St.  Vincent's  Industrial  School — Rutger, 
coiner  Taylor  Avenue.  For  destitute  and 
truant  children  from  Oneida  and  adjacent 
counties,  the  inmates  of  which  are  under 
the  charge  of  the  Christian  Brothers. 
Brother    Gregory,    Director. 

Utlca  Orphan  Asylum — For  boys  and 
girls,  475  Genesee.  Matron  in  charge,  Miss 
E.   G.   Fiske. 


Incorporated    Associations    and    Companies 


Allen,  Schmidt  &  Co.— 217-219  Genesee. 
Geo.  A.  Allen,  President;  Karl  M.  Schmidt, 
Secretary   and   Treasurer. 

American  Athletic  Club— Robert  Wilson, 
John  Gates,  Benj.  F.  Roberts,  Albert  F. 
Dygert. 

American  Hard  Wall  Plaster  Company  of 
Utica— Capital  stock,  $25,500.  President, 
T.  R.  Proctor;  Vice  President,  Joseph  R. 
Swan;  Treasurer,  George  F.  Weaver;  As- 
sistant Treasurer,  E.  E.  Adams;  Secre- 
tary and   General   Manager,   J.   L.   Hughes. 

Anthony  &  Jones  Company — Capital, 
$25,000.  129  Whitesboro  St.  President, 
George  H.  Anthony;  Secretary  and  Treas- 
urer, Eugene  R.  Jones. 

Artistic  Knit  Goods  Company — Capital, 
$50,000.     President,   William   E.   Lewis. 

Associated  Charities  of  Utica,  228  Ar- 
cade— President,  Rev.  Octavius  Apple- 
gate;  sec,  Dr.  T.  Wood  Clarke;  treas.,  Jas. 
S.  Kernan;  gen.  sec,  Mildred  P.  Carpen- 
ter. 

Augusta  Knitting  Company  of  Utica— 
Capital,  $150,000.  President,  Ernest  W.  Rob- 
ischon;  Vice  President,  P.  J.  Robischon; 
Secretary,  R.  W.  Jones;  Treasurer,  M.  F. 
Robischon. 

Avalon  Knitwear  Company — Capital, 
$150,000.  President,  H.  F.  Mansfield;  Secre- 
tary, Franklin  Etheridge,  Jr.;  Vice  Presi- 
dant  and  treas.,  B.   M.  Crouse. 

Baechle-Clark  Co.— President,  A.  J. 
Baechle;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  Earl  C. 
Clark. 

Balch  Bros.  &  West  Company— President 
and   treas.,    R.    K.    Balch. 

Ballda  Electric  Company— President,  H. 
S.  Ballda;  Secretary,  A.  W.  Ballda;  Treas- 
urer, W.   C.   Ballda. 

Julian  Batchelor  Company— 12  Pearl 
Street.  President,  Julian  Batchelor;  Vice 
President,  John  Batchelor;  Secretary- 
Treasurer,  J.  Daniel  Batchelor. 

T.  W.  Baxter  Company — 58-60  N.  Gen- 
esee. Capital,  .  $30,000.  President,  D. 
Moynehan;  Secretary,  T.  W.  Baxter;  Treas- 
urer,  C.   H.   Winant. 

A.  W.  Bender  Realty  and  Brick  Mfg.  Co. 
—58  Elizabeth  Street.  Capital,  $20,000.  Dr. 
A.  W.  Bender,  President  and  Treasurer; 
Secretary,   D.   D.   Bender. 

Boonville  Mineral  Spring  Company — Pres- 
ident, Dr.  C.  T.  Guillaume,  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,  Walter  C.  Townsend;  George  J. 
Groh,    Superintendent. 

Boro  Line  Realty  Company— President, 
William  M.  Griffith:  sec,  Irving  W.  Street. 

Bossert      Company      (The) — Hickory     St. 


Capital  stock  $200,000.  Francis  K.  Kernan, 
President;   Charles  B.   Rogers,   Treasurer. 

W.  F.  Bossert  Mfg.  Co. — 526  Lincoln  Ave. 
Capital,  $100,000.  President,  F.  L.  Guil- 
laume; Secretary,  Willard  H.  Roberts; 
Treasurer,    C.   D.    Phillips. 

Bowne-Gaus  Shoe  Company — President, 
F.  E.  Gaus;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  F.  J. 
Bowne. 

..Brandegee,  Kincald  &  Co. — 130  Main  St. 
President,  E.  D.  Brandegee;  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,   Frederick    W.   Kincaid. 

Brant  Bros. — President,  Elwood  Brant; 
Harry  S.  Brant,  Treasurer  and  General 
Manager. 

Thomas  Breen  Co.  (The) — Capital,  $2,000. 
92  LaFayette.  President  and  Treasurer, 
Thomas  Breen;  Secretary,  Charles  J.  Breen. 

Broadway- Liberty  Avenue  Co. — 207  Park 
Ave.  President,  W.  A.  Tibbitts;  Secretary, 
E.   J.   White. 

Brown  &  Hopson  Inc. — 5  Broad  St.,  John 
A.  Cantwell,  pres.;  Alfred  J.  Bromley,  sec. 
and  treas. 

Brunner  Mfg.  Co. — 19  Gray  Ave.  Capital, 
$6,000.  President,  Leo  J.  Brunner;  Secre- 
tary, H.  R.  Beebe;  Treasurer,  Geo.  L. 
Brunner. 

Buckingham     &     Moak     Co. — 119-121     Gen- 
esee..    President,    E.    K.    Moak;    Secretary 
and   Treasurer,   E.    B.   Worden. 
Buick    Sales    Co.    (Inc).— 102    State..    Presi- 
dent and   Treasurer,    George   Beatty. 

Burtiss  &  O'Connor  Co. — Capital,  $6,000. 
President  and  Treasurer,  J.  F.  O'Connor; 
Vice  President,  James  R.  Burtiss;  Secre- 
tary,   T.   J.   O'Connor.  , 

B.  <S.  C.  Electrical  Construction  Co. — 
President  and  Treasurer,  L.  W.  Porter; 
Vice  President,  M.  L.  Kelley;  Secretary, 
A.   R.  Wallis. 

F.  A.  Cassldy  Co. — Capital,  $10,000.  Pres- 
ident and  Treasurer,  F.  A.  Cassidy;  Vice 
President.  S.  W.  Cassidy;  Secretary,  J.  C. 
Cassidy. 

Capron  Knitting  Co.— Junction  Whites- 
boro and  Liberty  Sts.  Chas.  A.  Bylngton, 
President;  John  A.  Roberts,  Treasurer  and 
Secretary. 

Central  Auto  Sales  Co. — 24  Plant.  Presi- 
dent, Harry  -M.  Livingston;  General 
Manager,  H.  D.  Gouse. 

Central  Macarqnl  Co. — Kossuth  Ave.  P. 
Cangelose  &  Co. 

Central  New  York  Abstract  and  Title 
Co.— President,  Chas.  B.  Rogers;  Secretary 
and  Treasurer,  J.  DePeyster  Lynch;  John 
Seifert,   Chief  Examiner. 

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SI, 000,000.  President,  Wm.  E.  Lewis;  Sec- 
retary, M.  J.  Bray  ton;  Treasurer,  George 
Stack. 

Central  Stone  Co. — Wm.  E.  Richards, 
Fresident;  Christian  Sautter,  Jr.,  Secretary 
and    Treas. ;    Thos.    H.    Williams    Mgr. 

W.  W.  Chamberlain  &  Co. — President, 
A.  G.  Putnam;  Secretary,  C.  F.  Shaver: 
Treasurer,   Jcseph   T.   White. 

Charles  H.  Childs  &  Co. — Capital  stock, 
$150,000.  President,  Chas.  H.  Childs;  Sec- 
retary and  Treasurer,  Everett  F.  Crumb. 

O.  J.  Childs  Co. — 18-50  Liberty.  Presl, 
dent,  W.  J.  Childs;  Secretary  and  Assistant 
Treasurer,    J.    H.    Corbett. 

Clayvllle  Knitting  Co.— Office  Erie  St., 
foot  Winner  Ave.  Capital,  $250,000.  Presi- 
dent, Wm.  T.  Baker;  Vice  President  and 
Sales  Manager,  John  W.  Allis;  Secretary 
and  Assistant  Treasurer,  George  W.  Oat- 
ley;  Treasurer  and  General  Manager,  Quen- 
tln  McAdam. 

Clark- Davis  Coal  Co. — Capital  stock, 
$15,000,  109  Bleecker.  President,  James  J. 
Lafferty;   Secretary  and   Treasurer,   Orvllle 

C.  Davis. 

Commercial  Travelers'  Benevolent  Asso- 
ciation of  Utlca — Meets  third  Saturday  each 
month.  President,  Robert  E.  King;  Secre- 
tary and  Treasurer,  Nelson  S.  Saxe,  336 
Seymour  Ave. 

Commercial  Travelers'  Mutual  Accident 
Association    of    America — President,    Henry 

D.  Pixley;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  George 
S.  Dana.  Meets  Monday  and  Friday  night, 
70  Genesee. 

Commercial  Warehouse  Co. — President, 
Watson  T.  Dunmore;  Vice  President,  W.  T. 
Baker;  Treasurer,  Quentin  McAdam;  Secre- 
tary and  Assistant  Treasurer,  George  W. 
Oatley. 

F.  E.  Conley  Stone  Company — Hugh  Con- 
ley,  President;  F.  E.  Conley,  Vice  Presi- 
dent and  General  Manager;  G.  A.  Hunter, 
Secretary  and  Treasurer. 

Consolidated  Water  Company — President, 
R.  TJ.  Sherman;  Vice  President,  W."  S. 
Bacot;  Secretary,  Richard  W.  Bacot; 
Treasurer,  F.  C.  Hopkins. 

Consolidated  Candy  Company  of  Utlca — 
Capital,  $10,000.  E.  A.  Geer,  President  and 
Treasurer;   S.  Hoag  Ackroyd,   Secretary. 

H.  H.  Cooper  Company — President,  and 
Treasurer,  H.  H.  Cooper;  Vice  President, 
W.  J.  Cooper;  Secretary,  George  L.  Brad- 
ford. 

Coplag-Llndenhurst  Investment  Co.  (The) 
Capital,  $60,000.  President,  W.  C.  Hughes; 
Secretary  and  Treasurer,  Irving  W.  Street, 
36    Stewart    Bldg. 

Corn  Hill  Building  And  Loan  Association 
(The) — President,  J.  Lewis  Jones;  Secre- 
tary, Owen  F.  Luker;  Treasurer,  C.  W. 
Bushlnger. 

Corn  HIM  Realty  Company — President, 
George  Latcher;  Secretary  and  Treasurer, 
Thomas  S.  Nutt 

Crlm,  H.  D.,  Auto  Company — President, 
H.  D.  Crlm;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  ,C. 
W.  Crlm. 

Crist  Rubber  Co. — 48  Franklin  Square. 
President  and  Treasurer,  Geo.  B.  Crist; 
Secretary,    Chas.    S.    Jones. 

Cymrlegyddlon  Society— President  R.  G. 
Lloyd;  Financial  Sec'y,  John  O.  Thomas, 
Treasurer,  John  G.  Jones.  Meets  second  and 
fourth  Mondays  at  Arcanum  Temple. 


Cymric  Printing  &  Publishing  Company — 
President,  George  H.  Wagner;  Vice  Presi- 
dent and  Treasurer,  W.  Hughes  Jones;  Sec- 
retary,   Evan    F.    Roberts. 

Dale  Engineering  Co. — J.  G.  Hayes, 
President;  H.  V.  Owens,  Secretary  and 
Treasurer. 

Divine  Bros.  Company — 44  Whitesboro 
Street.  Capital,  $50,000.  President,  Brad- 
ford H.  Divine;  Secretary  and  Treasurer, 
O.   J.   McKeown. 

...atihew  F.  Dent  Company — Capital, 
$7,900.  '  President.  J.  William  Dent;  Sec- 
retary and  Treasurer,  H.  G.  Dent  Pitt- 
man. 

Fred  D.  Divine  Company — M.  J.  Divine, 
President;  A.  C.  Divine,  Secretary  and 
xreasurer. 

Divlne-Klrtland  Co. — 3-5-7-9  Blandina. 
President,  W.  H.  Divine;  Vice  President, 
John  Heath;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  W. 
H   Kirtland. 

Eagle  Brewing  Co. — Third  Avenue,  corner 
Jay  Street.  William  F.  Welch,  President; 
John    T.    Quinn,    Secretary    and    Treasurer. 

East  Utlca  Warehousing  Co. — President, 
N.  E.  Devereux;  Vice  President,  C.  B. 
Rogers;  Hubert  D.  Kernan,  Secretary  and 
Treasurer. 

Ehrsam  George  Co. — 136  Genesee  Street. 
President    and   Treasurer,    George    Ehrsam. 

Electric  Garage  Co. — Capital,  $20,000. 
President  and  Manager,  Walter  P.  Schiller. 

Ellis  &  Fiscus  Co. — Capital,  $20,000.  Pres- 
ident, J.  Edwin  Fiscus;  Secretary  and 
treasurer,   Stephen  H.  Ellis. 

Empire  State  Forest  Products  Associa- 
tion— President,  F.  L.  Moore,  Watertown, 
N.  Y. ;  Secretary,  and  Treasurer,  Elliot  K. 
Harroun,  Watertown,  N.  Y. 

Empire  Wall  Plaster  Co.— 269-285  Kos- 
suth Ave.  Capital,  $25,000.  John  Davies, 
President  and  Treasurer;  F.  F.  Dutton, 
Secretary  and  Manager. 

Emporlus  Forestry  Co. — 101-105  White 
Building..  President,  W.  L.  Sykes;  Sec- 
retary  and   Treasurer,    W.    T.    Turner. 

Emporium  Lumber  Co. — 101-105  White 
Building.  President,  W.  L.  Sykes;  Sec- 
retary and  Treasurer,  W.   T.   Turner. 

England  &  McCaffrey  (Inc.). — Charles  S. 
England,  President  and  Treasurer;  Eugene 
A.  McCaffrey,  Vice  President  and  Asst. 
Treasurer;  William  G.  Bridgeman,  Sec- 
retary. 

Eureka  Mower  Co. — Hickory.  Presi- 
dent, H.  G.  Newcomer;  Vice  President,  A- 
H.  Munson;  Treasurer,  G.  W.  Seybold; 
Secretary,   F.   J.   Ludemann. 

A.  S.  Evans  Co. — 47  and  330  Genesee. 
President,  A.  S.  Evans;  Vice  President, 
Edward  F.  Green;  Secretary  and  Treasurer, 
Cordie    P.    Evans. 

Evans  &  Sons — 206  Genesee.  Presi- 
dent, Thomas  T.  Evans;  Vice  President, 
George  H.  Evans;  Secretary,  Charles  T. 
Evans;  Treasurer,  Arthur  D.  Evans. 

Federation  Supply  Co. — 53  Franklin  Sq. — 
President  H.  D.  Crlm:  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,   A.   J.    Seaton. 

Fire  Underwriters  Association  of  Utlca — 
President,  James  B.  Turnbull;  Treasurer, 
Egbert   Bagg;    Secretary,   W.    B.    Qulgley. 

Fisher  Knitting  Machine  Co.— Michael  J. 
Fisher,  President  and  General  Manager; 
Charles  J.  Hughes,  Secretary;  John  A. 
Kernan,  Treasurer. 


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Forest  Hill  Cemetery  -  Association — See 
Utica  Cemetery  Association. 

Fort  Schuyler  Brewing  Co. — Capital, 
$20,000.  President  and  Treasurer,  Henry  B. 
Moore;   Secretary,  Frank  J.  Winslow. 

Fort  Schuyler  Club — 254  Genesee  Street. 
President,  Daniel  N.  Crouse;  Vice  Presi- 
dent, Edward  J.  Millspaugh;  Secretary, 
Cromwell  Woodard;  Treasurer,  J.  Francis 
Day. 

Fort  Schuyler  Knitting  Co. — 141-151  Kem- 
ble  Street.  Capital,  $30,000.  President, 
Charles  P.  Clarke;  Vice  President,  Ezra  R. 
Pugh;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  Angus  W. 
Clarke. 

Fort  Schuyler  Realty  Co. — 6  Blandina 
Street.  Capital,  $10,000.  President,  A.  J. 
Baechle;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  Earl  C. 
Clark. 

Foster  Box.  Board  Co. — Capital,  $100,000. 
President,  W.  S.  Foster;  Vice  President, 
W.  B.  Foster;  Secretary  and  Treasurer, 
Theodore  Foster. 

Foster  Brothers'  Manufacturing  Co. — 
Capital,  $350,000.  President,  W.  S.  Foster; 
Secretary,  A.  O.  Foster;  Treasurer,  Oscar 
S.   Foster. 

hoster- Richards  Co. — Directors,  Charles 
B.  Foster,  Adele  Manning,  Charles  J.  Man- 
ning,  Thomas  E.   Cogan. 

Frisbie,  Coon  &  Co. — Capital,  $500,000. 
President,  George  A.  Frisbie;  Secretary 
and   Treasurer,    Sherrill   Sherman. 

Fulmer-Agne  Realty  Co.— Capital,  $20,000. 
President,  Jacob  Agne;  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,   John   C.   Fulmer. 

Frisbie,  Stansfield  Knitting  Co. — Presi- 
dent, W.  J.  Frisbie;  Secretary,  Charles  A. 
Bymgton;  Treasurer,  George  A.  Frisbie. 

Genesee  Underwear  Co. — Capital,  $100,000. 
President,  William  E.  Lewis;  Secretary,  J. 
DePeyster  Lynch;  Treasurer,  John  B.  Whit- 
ten;  Assistant  Treasurer,  F.  B.  Rauth; 
Manager,   Richard   Lohrmann. 

Globe  Woolen  Co. — Court  Street,  corner 
Stark.  Capital,  $300,000.  President,  J.  F. 
Maynard;  Vice  President,  F.  T.  Proctor; 
Secretary  and  Treasurer,  Arthur  B.  May- 
nard;. Assistant  Secretary,  George  A.  Mos- 
hier;    Superintendent,    F.    B.    Rollinson. 

Goodier  Realty  Co. — Capital,  $50,000.  W. 
L.  Goodier,  President  and  Treasurer;  Secre- 
tary, J.  H.   Goodier. 

G.  M.  Jones  Co. — Catharine  Street.  Pres- 
dent  and  Treasurer,  G.  M.  Jones;  Secre- 
tary,   G.   A.    Owens. 

Gulf  Brewing  Co. — Jay  Street,  corner 
Third..  President  and  Treasurer,  William 
F.   Welch;    secretary,    Mary   F.    Welsh. 

Halcyon  Amusement  Co. — Capital,  $12,000. 
President,  Charles  V.  Snyder;  Secretary 
and    Treasurer,    Rudolph   E.    Krause. 

Hall- Parsons  Co. — Capital,  $30,000.  Presi- 
dent H.  H.  Parsons;  Secretary  J.  A.  Hall; 
Treasurer,   Mrs.   J.   A.   Hall. 

Hart  &  Crouse  Co. — President,  H.  Gil- 
bert Hart;  Treasurer,  Frederick  T.  Proc- 
tor; Secretary,  Frederick  J.  St^oebel.  Capi- 
tal  stock,    $650,000. 

Henry  &  Williams  (Inc.). — 128-130  Court 
President  and  Treasurer,  Robert  H.  Wil- 
liams; Vice  President,  Joseph  P.  Henry; 
Secretary,  Edward  M.  Williams. 

Herron  Manufacturing  Co. — President, 
W.  S.  Foster;  Secretary  and  Treasurer, 
R.  P.  Herron. 


Hesse  &  Scharff  Co. — 109  Columbia.  Pres- 
ident, Albert  O.  Hesse;  Vice  President  and 
Treasurer,  Louis  J.  Scharff;  Secretary,  Wal- 
ter G.  Haver. 

John  C.  Hleber  &  Co.— Capital,  $175,.000 
Theodore  W.  Hieber,  President  and  Gen- 
eral Manager;  Vice  President,  David  E. 
Williams;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  Eugene 
A.  Hieber;  Assistant  Manager,  Martin  J 
Hauf. 

Hill  Queen  Co.— Capital,  $150,000.  Wil- 
liams  M.    Griffiths,   Thomas  Wheeler. 

Homestead  Improvement  Co. — Capital, 
$10,000.  President,  Campbell  E.  Hodges- 
Vice  President,  A.  B.  Maynard;  Secretary! 
J.  DePeyster  Lynch,  44  City  Bk.  Bldg.; 
Treasurer,  Edward  Norris. 

Homestead  Aid  Association  of  Utica — 90 
Seneca  Street.  President,  Watson  T.  Dun- 
more;  Secretary,  Sherwood  S.  Curran; 
Treasurer,  Charles  B.  Rogers. 

M.  E.  Hooks  Co.— 41  Charlotte  Street. 
President  and  Treasurer,  M.  E.  Hooks; 
Secretary,   Frank  Hooks'. 

Horrocks-lbbotson  Co. — President,  H.  J. 
Horrocks;  Vice  President  and  Secretary, 
E.  D.  Ibbottson;  Treasurer,  James  H.  Hor- 
rocks. 

Howarth-  Ballard  Drug  Co.  —  Capital, 
$60,000.  President  and  Treasurer,  George 
S.  Ballard;  Secretary,  Edward  A.  Boyle. 

Hurd  &  Fitzgerald  Shoe  Co.  (The)— 
Main  cor  First.  Dewitt  C.  Hurd,  Presi- 
dent and  Treasurer;  Michael  J.  Fitzgerald, 
Vice  President;  Hugh  R.  Jones,  Secretary 
and  Assistant   Treasurer. 

John  F.  Hughes  Construction  Co. — Presi- 
dent, William  R.  Hughes  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,   James  R.  Hughes. 

Knoxboro  Canning  Company — New  Hart- 
ford.      President    and     Treasurer,     Sanford 

F.  Sherman;  Secretary  C.  W.  Clark. 
Hygienic    Floor    Machine    Co. — President, 

G.  W.  Goodier;  Vice  President,  H.  H.  Vic- 
tory; Secretary,  Wm.  L.  Foley;  Treasurer, 
H.  C.  Sholes. 

Illma  Underwear  Co.— Capital,  $30,000. 
President,  C.  O.  Jones;  Secretary,  S.  W. 
Wetzel. 

International     Heater     Co. — Corner    Park 
Avenue  and  Main  Street.     President,  Frank 
L.     Wheeler;     Vice     President,     Irving     L. 
Jones;   Secretary,   E.  J.   Millspaugh;   Treas-   - 
urer,   F.    H.    Moore. 

International  Pressing  Machine  Co.— 
h,arle  N.  Shahan,  President  and  Manager; 
Walter  A.  Petrie,  Secretary  and  Treas- 
urer. 

Interstate  Paving  Co.— President  and 
Treasurer,  Charles  I.  Williams;  Vice  Pres- 
ident, Myron  W.  Van  Auken;  Secretary, 
Benton   J.    Hawley. 

Iroquois     Auto     Top     Co. — 401 
President,   Patrick  A.   Gormlcan; 
anu   Treasurer,    Fred    Widmer. 

Isaac  Whlffen's*  Sons  Co.— Capital  stock, 
$75,000.  President,  B.  Allen  Whiffen;  Sec- 
retary and  Treasurer,  Mrs.  Geortre  T 
Whiffen. 

Italian  Macaroni  Co. — 55  Jay.  Dr.  W.  E. 
Ford,  President;  Dr.  W.  J.  Schuyler,  Vice 
President;  George  M.  Weaver,  Treasurer; 
George  M.  Weaver,  Jr.,  Secretary  and  Gen- 
eral  Manager. 

Jewlih  Cemetery— House  of  Jacob,  Jewett 
Street,'  near  Lincoln  -Avenue.  President. 
I.     Zacks;     Secretary,     Jacob     Rosenwald; 


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Treasurer,    T.    H.    Silverman;    Sexton,    M. 
Levin. 

Jewish  Cemetery — Sons  of  Benjamin  and 
House  of  Israel,  Steele's  Hill.  President, 
Solomon   Mitchell,  143  Mary. 

Johnson  Hotel  Co. — President,  Tom  W. 
Johnson;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  Delos  M. 
Johnson. 

Johnson  &  Murray  (Inc.). — Whitesboro. 
cor  Seneca.  D  Clinton  Murray,  President 
and  Treasurer;  James  B.  Murray,  Vice 
President;    James  V.    Cleveland!    Secretary. 

G.  M.  Jones  Co. — 121  Whitesboro.  Presi- 
dent and  Treasurer,  G.  M.  Jones;  Secre- 
tary, Tom  Jones. 

J.  M.  Jones  Ladder  Mfg.  Co. — Capital, 
$4,000.  132  LaFayette.  President,  J.  M. 
Jones;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  H.  L. 
Sweet. 

J.  '&  M.  Electric  Co.— 204  Genesee  Street. 
President  and  Treasurer,  M.  H.  Johnson; 
Vice  President  and  Secretary,  H.  G.  Hat- 
field. 

Charles  C.  Kellogg  &  Sons  Co. — Capital 
stock,  $350,000.  President,  F.  S.  Kellogg; 
Vice  President  and  Treasurer,  Spencer 
Kellogg;  Secretary,  Beecher  M.  Crouse; 
Manager,   J.    D.   Freeman. 

Kendall  Knitting  Co.— Capital,  $75,000. 
Corner  South  and  St.  Vincent.  President, 
Willard  J.  Frisbie;  Secretary,  Charles  A. 
Byington. 

Klrkland  Canning  Co.— Capital,  $82,500.  A. 
V.   Lane,  '  President   and   General   Manager; 

A.  H.    Evans,    Treasurer;    John    P.    Camp- 
bell,  Vice   President   and    Secretary. 

Klrkland  Creamery  Co. — Pres.,  Charles 
W.  Barnes;  Sec.  and  Treas.,  C.  W.  Car- 
penter. 

Langdon  &  Huges  Electric  Co. — 12  Cath- 
arine. President,  Walter  F.  Langdon;  Sec- 
retary  and    Treasurer,    Dennis    A.    Hughes. 

La  Tosca  Knitting  Co. — President,  George 

B.  Allen;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  John  E. 
McLoughlin. 

Laurenzana  Mutual  Aid  Society — Raffaele 
Cavallo,  President;  G.  Imundo,  Secretary. 
Meets   Sons   of   Columbus  Hall,   Third  Ave. 

Lewls-Weller  Mfg.  Co.  (The) — 620  Lincoln 
Ave.  William  Lewis,  President;  Frederick 
Gillmore,  Vice  President;  Emory  J.  Weller, 
Secretary  and  Treasurer. 

R.  G.  Lloyd  Co.— Capital,  $10,000.  39 
South  Street.  Evan  T.  Williams,  Presi- 
dent; John  L.  Evans,  Vice  President;  Rich- 
ard G.  Lloyd,  Secretary,  Treasurer  and 
Manager. 

Lortz-Teusoher  Co.  —  Capital,  $25,000. 
President,  R.  P.  Whiton;  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,  G.  F.  Teuscher. 

Lynch  Knitting  Co.  of  Utlca  (The)— Capi- 
tal, $20,000.  President,  Oscar  W.  Grldley; 
Treasurer!  Walter  D.  Jones. 

Mantel,  Tile  &  Grate  Monthly — 407  Ar- 
cade. President  Mathew  H.  Jones;  Secre- 
tary, M.  F.  Klllian;  Treasurer,  Jas.  L. 
Edwards 

Henry  Martin  Co.— Capital,  $10,000-.  Mar- 
tin Building,  117  Genesee  Street.  President 
and  Treasurer,  Henry  Martin;  Vice  Presi- 
dent and   Secretary,   Edwin  H.   Martin. 

Maxwell  Mfg.  Co.— John  C.  Fulmer,  Pres- 
ident; Secretary,  A.  L.  Lortz;  Treasurer 
and  General  Manager,  William  S.  ,Mai- 
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McKeough-Danquer     Plumbing     Co.  —  46 


Blandina  Street.  President,  Thomas  F. 
McKeough;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  Gus 
VV.    Danquer. 

Merchants'  Legislative  League  (Incor- 
porated)— 212  Arcade.  George  S.  Hughes, 
President  and  General  Manager;  Clara 
Hughes,   Secretary. 

•     Charles     Millar     <£.     Son     Co.  —  Capital, 
$300,000.      President,    Edward    G.    Wagner; 
Vice  President,  Charles  S.  Symonds;  Secre-  - 
tary,    John    A.    Kernan;    Treasurer,    A.    H. 
Dobson;    Lynn    D.    Fowler,    Manager. 

Mlllspaugh  &  Green  Co.— Capital,  $150,000. 
President,  Edward  J.  Mlllspaugh;  Vice 
President,  Joseph  D.  Green;  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,    Arthur  F.    Coates. 

Mohawk  Valley  Brick  &  Supply  Co. — Cap- 
ital, $25,000.  President,  Thomas  C.  Mc- 
Dermott;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  Thomas 
Conboy. 

Mohawk  Valley  Cap  Factory — Capital, 
$600,000.  President,  George  B.  Allen.  Sec- 
retary and  Treasurer,  J.  E.  McLaughlin;  R. 
P.  McLaughlin,  Assistant  Treasurer;  A  C. 
Burch,   Assistant  Secretary. 

Mohawk  Valley  Co.— Capital,  $10,000,000. 
Edward  L.  Rossiter,  New  York  City,  Treas- 
urer. 

Mohawk  Valley  Coal  Co.— Capital,  $7,500. 
President,  Edward  J.  Millspaugh;  Secretary 
and  Treasurer,  Arthur  F.  Coates. 

Mohawk  Valley  Cotton  Mills— (See  Utlca 
Steam  and  Mohawk  Valley  Cotton  Mills 
Consolidated). 

Mohawk  Valley  Heating  Co. — 22  Broad. 
Vice  President,  Irving  L.  Jones;  Secretary 
and  Treasurer,  Russel  Wheeler. 

Mohawk  Valley  Poster  Advertising  Co. — 
343  Columbia.  President.  Ernest  Lemay; 
Secretary,     Kerwin     H.    'Fulton;     Manager, 

E.  M.  Riddell. 

Mohawk  Valley  Shippers'  Transportation 
Association. — 61  Utica  City  Natl  Bk.  BIdg. 
President,  W.  Pierrepont  White;  Secre- 
tary and  Treasurer,  Hugh  White;  Com- 
missioner, J.  E.  Hundley. 

Monarch  Drug  Co. — President.  B.  T.  Gil- 
bert; Secretary  and  Treasurer.  J.  G.  Slau- 
son. 

Mott  Wheel  Works— Hickory  Street. 
Capital,  $50,000.  President,  O.  W.  Mott; 
Vice  President,  H.  R.' Williams;  Secretary, 
A.  C.  Gilbert;  Treasurer,  C.   B.  Williams. 

Munson  Bros.  Co. — Whitesboro,  N.  T. 
Alfred  H.  Munson.  President  and 
Treasurer;  E.  G.  Munson,  Vice  President 
and  Manager;  W.  S.  Munson,  Secretary. 

Mutual  Box  Board  Co. — President,  An- 
drew Frey;  Vice  President,  W.  T.  Baker; 
Treasurer,  Quentln  McAdam;  Secretary, 
W.   Leslie  Roberts. 

Nellls,  Amos  &  Swift  (Incorporated) — 
President,   George  L  Bradford;   Treasurer, 

F.  M.   Cline;  Secretary,  T.  F.  Conboy. 
New  Century  Club  of  Utlca — 253  Genesee 

Street.  President,  Mrs.  W.  T.  Dunmore; 
Secretary,  Ida  J.  Butcher;  Treasurer,  Mrs. 
C.   T.   Gillaume. 

New  Forest  Cemetery — Office,  69  Genesee- 
Street.  President,  Henry  M.  Ney;  Secre- 
tary and  Treasurer,  J.  J.  Fuess;  Superin- 
tendent,  Charles  Cramer. 

New  Hartford  Canning  Co. — New  Hart- 
ford, N.  T.  President  and  Treasurer,  San- 
ford  F.  Sherman;  Secretary,  Sherrlll  Sher- 
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New  Hartford  Cotton  Co. — President, 
"William  M.  Osborn;  Secretary,  Sanford  F. 
Sherman;   Treasurer,  H.  P.   Osborn. 

New  Hartford  Knitting  Co. — President 
and  Treasurer,  George  R.  Ireland,  Jr.; 
Secretary,   William  H.   Cloher. 

New  Hartford  Warehouse  Co. — President, 
'C.  O.  Jones;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  E.  F. 
Wetzel. 

New  York  Mills  Cotton  Co.— President  and 
Treasurer,  W.  Pierrepont  White;  Vice  Pres- 
ident, John  P.  Campbell;  Secretary,  E.  M. 
Coughlin. 

New  York  Mills  Real  Estate  Co.— Capital, 
$5,000.  President,  John  McPherson;  Sec- 
retary and  Treasurer,  Edward  M.  Coughlin. 

New  York  Radiator  Co.— (See  Hart  & 
Crouse   Co.). 

New  York  State  Railways — Horace  E. 
Andrews,  President;  B.  E.  Tilton,  General 
Manager. 

New  York  Telephone  Co.— 120-122  Bleec- 
ker.  President,  T.  N.  Vail;  Vice  President, 
TJ.  -  N.  Bethel;  District  Manager,  Claren?e 
W.  Hitchcock. 

Northern  Security  Co. — President,  W.  A. 
Vincent;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  George 
V.    Eggleston. 

Northern  Tool  Co.  (Inc.) — President, 
William  A.  Vincent;  Secretary,  George  V. 
Eggleston;  Treasurer  and  General  Manager, 
Charles  I.  Williams. 

Norton  J.  B.  Co. — 23  Paul  Bldg.  Presi- 
dent and  Treasurer,  George  M.  Norton; 
Vice  President  and  Secretary,  Raymond 
M.    Norton. 

Novelty  Supply  Co. — President,  H.  M. 
Cooper;    Secretary,    A.    P.    Bennett. 

Odd  Fellows'  Union  of  Utica — Capital, 
$25,000.      (See  Odd  Fellows). 

Ogden  Grain  Co. — President,  W.  A 
Soper;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  R.  R. 
Davis. 

Olbiston  Co.— Capital,  ?5,000.  President, 
Thomas  F.  Byrnes;  Secretary  and  Treas- 
urer,  Thomas  F.   Nutt. 

Olmypian  Knit  Goods  Co. — New  Hartford, 
N.  T.  President,  Edward  L.  Wells;  Secre- 
tary and  Treasurer,  David  L.  Davies. 

Oneida  Brewing  Co. — Court  Street,  cor- 
ner State.  President  and  Treasurer,  G. 
Fred  Ralph;  Vice  President,  C.  M.  Ralph; 
Secretary,  W.   Booth   Ralph. 

Oneida  County  Agricultural  Society — 
President,  A.  S.  .White,  Rome,  N.  T.; 
Treasurer,  Jay  A.  Ott,  Rome,  N.  T. ;  Secre- 
tary, N.  K.  Graves,  Rome,  N.  T. 

Oneida  County  Bar  Association — Presi- 
dent, John  D.  Kernan;  Secretary,  Wil- 
liam K.  Harvey;  Treasurer,  Ward  J.  Cag- 
win. 

Oneida  County  Creameries  Co. — President, 
A.  B.  Virkler;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  F. 
W.    Fenner. 

Oneida  County  Pomona  Grange — Master, 
W.  G.  Comstock,  Clinton;  Secretary,  Mrs. 
Geo.  R.  Wright,  Marcy;  Treasurer,  George 
R.    Wright,    Marcy. 

Oneida  Historical  Society — President, 
Rev.  E.  H.  Coley;  Librarian  and  Curator, 
Rev.  Dana  W.  Bigelow;  Treasurer,  Frank 
R.  Winant;  Recording  Secretary,  Donald 
Mclntyre.  Meets  every  second  Monday  of 
each   month. 

Onelta  Knitting  Mills— Capital,  $300,000. 
President,  Nicholas  E.  Devereux;  Vice 
President,  Andrew  Frey;   Treasurer,  Roger 


J.  Rock;  Secretary,  Nicholas  E.  Devereux, 
Jr. 

Ontario  Button  Co. — President,  Charles 
A.  Byington;  Secretary,  E.  G.  Dennison; 
Treasurer,  George  A.  Frisbie. 

Orlskany  Malleable  Iron  Works — Samuel 
Nelson,  President;  George  H.  Graham, 
Secretary  and  Treasurer. 

Otis  Motor  Sales  Co. — 333  Bleecker.  Presi- 
dent, Edward  J.  Otis;  Secretary,  Frederick 
W.    Dygert. 

Owen  &  Griffiths'  Co.— President,  J.  W. 
Griffiths;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  W.  R. 
Owens. 

Pine  Lake  Club — President,  Watson  T. 
Dunmore;  Secretary,  Egbert  Bagg;  Treas- 
urer,  Jeremiah   Gomph. 

H.  D.  Pixley,  Son  &  Co. — Capital, 
$100,000.  President,  H.  D.  Pixley;  Vice 
President,  Wm.  E.  Lewis;  Secretary  and. 
Treasurer,    George    W.    Pixley. 

Placer  Mines  Developing  Co. — Wm.  R. 
Stackhouse,  F.   R.   Switzer,  B.  V.  Butts. 

Posl  Insurance  Agency — President,  A.  W. 
Post;  Secretary,  H.  K.  Van  Size;  Treas- 
urer,   George    S.    Doyle. 

E.  E.  Post  Co.— Capital,  $7,000.  President, 
Herman  L.  Sweet;  Secretary  and  Treas- 
urer, E.  E.  Post;  Vice  President  and  Man- 
ager,  B.   Richardson. 

Powell  Muffler  and  Timer  Co. — Office,  42 
LaFayette.  Manufactory,  327  Bleecker. 
President,  Wm.  S.  Foster;  Vice  President, 
Herbert  S.  Powell;  Secretary  and  Manager, 
George  A.   Bowman. 

Progressive  Cigar  Co. — 209  Genesee. 
President,   M.   J.   Dwyer;   Secretary,   Walter 

D.  Taylor;    Treasurer,    J.    F.    Downend. 
Progressive      Knit      Goods      Co. — Capital, 

$25,000.     Directors,    C.   M.   VanDewater,   E. 
G.  Brower,  A.  V.  Brower. 
Quigley  Furniture  Co. — President,  William 

E.  Lewis,  Vice  President  and  Assantant 
Treasurer,  Edwin  H.  Warner;  Secretary, 
and   Treasurer,   Austin   G.   Warner. 

Daniel  Qulnn  Co. — President,  Lewis  N. 
White;  Treasurer,  Matt  D.  Quinn. 

Real  Estate  Exchange  of  Utica — 122  Gen- 
esee. President,  Walter  F.  Cookinham; 
Secretary,  Fred  H.  Cookinham;  Treasurer, 
Milton  B.  Parmelee.  i 

Regal  Textile  Co. — President,  W.  H. 
Stanchfield;    Treasurer   C.    A.    Byington. 

Republican  Club  of  Utica — 37  Blandina 
Street.  President,  Dr.  James  G.  Hunt; 
Secretary,  Frederick  B.  Adams;  Treasurer, 
Frederick  J.    Graff. 

Republican  League  of  Onefda  County. — 
President  Silas  F.  Potter;  Secretary,  Paul 
Willard. 

Richelieu  Knitting  Co. — Capital,  $100,000. 
President,  Charles  A.  Byington;  Treasurer, 
George  H.  Frisbie;  Secretary,  Wm.  J.  Mc- 
Quade. 

Rlteslze  Underwear  Co. — Williams*  Build- 
ing, Blandina  Street.  President,  H.  M. 
Frazier;  Secretary,  F.  C.  Lewis;  Treasurer, 
R.  P.    McLoughlin. 

John  A.  Roberts  &  Co. — Capital,  $250,000. 
President  and  Treasurer,  John  A."  Roberts; 
Vice  President,  Hobart  V.  Roberts;  Secre- 
tary, Walter  F.  Roberts. 

Willard  H.  Roberts  Drug  Co. — Capital, 
Ji.0,000.  President  and  Treasurer,  Willard 
H.  Roberts;  Secretary,  William  H.  Rob- 
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Roberts- Wicks  Co. — President,  E.  L 
Wells;  Vice  President,  John  W.  MacLean; 
Secretary,  Edward  Norris;  Treasurer, 
Aras  J.   Williams. 

R.  &  S.  Supply  Co. — 4-6  Catharine.  Presi- 
dent, H.  W.  Symonds;  Secretary  and  Treas- 
urer, Jas.  O.  Roberts. 

Salisbury  Steel  and  Iron  Co. — 115  Gene- 
see. President,  Edward  L.  Wells;  Vice 
President,  William  J.  Myers;  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,  F.  H.  Switzer;  Assistant  Treas- 
urer,  F.   R.   Switzer. 

Samuel  Campbell  Estate  Co. — President, 
John  P.  Campbell;  Secretary  and  Treas- 
urer,  Graham   Coventry. 

Sauquoit  Canning  Co. — Secretary  and 
Treasurer,    A.    R.    Hatfield. 

Sauquoit  Spinning  Co. — President,  Chas. 
A.  Byington;  Vice  President,  F.  A.  Bos- 
worth;  Secretary,  A.  M.  Waterbury;  Treas- 
urer,   George   A.    Frisbie. 

Savage  Arms  Co. — Capital,  $1,000,000. 
President,  Benjamin  Adriance;  Vice  Presi- 
dent, Walter  J.  Green;  Secretary  and.  Treas- 
urer, J.  DePeyster  Lynch;  F.  C.  Chadwick, 
Superintendent;  T.  DeWitt  Moore,  General 
Manager. 

F.  W.  Sessions  Millinery  Co. — 187  Gene- 
see Street.  President,  Treasurer  and  Gen- 
eral Manager,  F.  W.  Sessions;  Vice  Presi- 
dent, J.  V.  Clement;  Secretary,  E.  G. 
Colling. 

Schiffer  Lumber  Co. — President,  F.  E. 
Schiffer;  Vice  President,  H.  R.  Ingalls; 
Secretary  and  Treasurer,  A.  W.  Saun- 
ders. 

P.  W.  Schneider  (Inc.) — President  and 
Treasurer,  Paul  W.  Schneider;  Secretary, 
George   J.   Albicker. 

School  of  Railway  Signaling — 308-312 
Paul  Bldg.  President,  H.  C.  Williams: 
Secretary,  A.  M.  Kieffer;  Treasurer,  H.  L. 
Huffstater. 

Seneca  Warehouse  Co.— 206-210  Whites- 
boro.  President,  James  B.  Murray;  Sec- 
retary and  Treasurer,   John   R„  Roberts. 

John  H.  Sheehan  Co.— Capital,  $100,000. 
President  and  Treasurer,  John  H.  Sheehan; 
Vice  President,  John  P,  Sheehan;  Secre- 
tary,  Agnes  E.   Sheehan. 

Stevens-Lockart.  Cigar  .Co.. —  Capital, 
^,000.  President,  John  D.  Turnbull;  Secre- 
tary, John  J.  Hallstab;  Treasurer  and  Man- 
ager, William  C.  Stevens. 

St.  Aloysius  Young  Men's  Benevolent  So- 
ciety.— Meets  first  Monday  each  month  at 
Assembly  Hall,  163  LaFayette  St.  Presi- 
dent, Wm.  J.  Stiefvater,  712  Columbia; 
Secretary,   John  J.   Jenny,   202   Court. 

St.  Joseph's  Cemetery  Association — 
President.  F.  M.  Schuderer;  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,   Joseph  J.   Nelbach. 

St.  Agnes'  Cemetery  Association— Presi- 
dent, John  H.  Sheehan;  Secretary,  William 
Kernan;    Treasurer,    Owen   F.   Luker. 

Skenandoa  Cotton  Co.— Capital,  $1,000,000. 
President,  Nicholas  E.  Devereux;  Vice 
President,  Frank  G.  Wood;  Secretary  and 
W.  S.  Doolittle;  Treasurer,  Hubert  D.  Ker- 
nan;  Superintendent,  Charles  Hayes,  Jr. 

Sklllman  Avenue  Co. — Capital,  $80,000. 
President,  E.  E.  Reynolds;  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,    Irving   W.    Street. 

Slawson,  H.  F.  Funeral  Co. — President, 
Robert  Batley;  Vice  President  and  Secre- 
tary,   Newton    D.    Coe;    Treasurer,    R.    H. 


Canfield. 

Smyth -Despard  Co.— John,  corner  Broad 
President  and  Treasurer,  D.  D.  Smyth; 
Vice  President,  F.  F.  Despard;  Secretary, 
Samuel   A.    Beardsley,   Jr. 

Spitzli  Manufacturing  Co. — 8-10  Devereux 
Street.  G.  H.  Spitzli,  President  and  Treas- 
urer; M.  a.  Spitzli,  Vice  President  and 
Secretary. 

Standard  Brass  Mfg  Co.— 125-127  Whites- 
boro.  President  and  Treasurer,  Theodore 
G.   Ward;   Secretary,   C.   L.   Stocking. 

Steber  Machine  Co.— Capital,  $100,000. 
President,  Bernard  T.  Steber;  Vice  Presi- 
dent, Wm.  E.  Lewis;  Secretary,  John  C. 
Fulmer;  Treasurer,  William  H.   Cloher. 

Stittville  Canning  Co.— President,  F.  J. 
Eowne;  N.  J.  Griffith,  Secretary,  Treasurer 
and   General   Manager. 

Stradling  Plumbing  And  Heating  Co. — 
Capital,  $10,000.  President,  E.  W.  Strad- 
ling; Vice  President,  E.  H.  Bice;  Secretary, 
C.   E.    Stradling;    Treasurer,   W.    C.    Ballda. 

Sullivan  &  Slauson  Co. — President,  Dan- 
iel J.  Sullivan;  Secretary  and  Treasurer, 
John  G.    Slauson. 

C.  H.  Swift  &  Sons— Charles  H.  Swift, 
Charles    H.    Swift,    Jr.,    Avery   H.    Swift. 

Switzer-Stackhouse  Co.— 27  Utica  City 
National  Bank  Building.  Secretary,  W.  R. 
Stackhouse. 

Supreme  Underwear  Mills— 92-98  LaFay- 
ette. President,  Arthur  E.  Snyder;  Vice 
President,  George  M.  Neel;  Secretary  and 
Manager,  Albert  G.  Neel. 

Tacks  Mfg.  Co.— Capital,  $25,000.  Francis 
W.   Stedman,    117   West. 

Thompson  Avenue  Land  Co.— President, 
George  W.  Sanborn;  Secretary  and  Treas- 
urer,  Melvin   C.   Brown. 

Thurnan  C.  G.  Co.,  (Inc.)— 1  Third  Ave. 
President,  Carl  G.  Thurnan;  Secretary, 
Oliver  H.  Williams. 

Tibbits-Ward  Plumbing  Co.— 215  Park 
Ave.  President,  Frank  P.  Ward;  Secretary 
and    Treasurer,    William    A.    Tibbitts. 

Thomas  Philip  Sons  Co.  (Inc.)— 153  Kem- 
ble.  President,  Arthur  B.  Thomas;  Secre- 
tary and   Treasurer,   George   R.   Ainsworth. 

Tompkins-Coopernail  Co.  (The)— Capital, 
550,000.  President  and  Treasurer,  J.  W. 
Tompkins;   Secretary,  Mrs.  Jace  Mathay. 

Trenton  Realty  Co.— President,  C.  C. 
tievin;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  1.  W. 
Street. 

Trirr.bey  Wm.  Co.  (The)  —  73  Hotel. 
President,  William  Trimbey;  Secretary-,  and 
Treasurer,    Thos.    G.    McMahon. 

United  States  Emergency  Case  Co. — Capi- 
ta'., $12,000.  President,  Robert  E.  King; 
Secretary  and  Treasurer,  Edward  W. 
Walls. 

Universal  Boiler  Compound  Co. — T.  F. 
McKeough,   F.   S.   DeLong. 

Utica  Air  Cleaning  Co.— 32  Arcade  Build- 
ing. George  M.  Speaker,  Secretary,  Treas- 
urer and   Manager. 

Utica  Artifical  Limb  Co. — 183  Genesee 
Street.  President,  George  S.  Ballard; 
Treasurer.   Edward   A.   Boyle. 

Utica  Auto  Dealers'  Association— Presi- 
dent. Harry  D.  Gouse;  Secretary.  William 
F.  Carroll;  Treasurer,  Addison  H.  West- 
cott. 

Utica  Bedding  Factory— Hyman  Gross, 
Gross,  President;   Samuel  Gross,   Secretary 


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and    Treasurer,    336    Catharine. 

Utica  Brass  Works — President,  W.  B. 
Huss,  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  F.  E.  How- 
arth. 

Utica  Candy  Co. — Capital,  $15,000.  Presi- 
dent, Emmet  E.  Keller;  Vice  President, 
John  W.  Shotthafer;  Secretary  and  Treas- 
urer.  Frank  W.   Keller. 

Utica  Canning  Co.— Capital,  $20,000.  Pres- 
ident, F.  E.  Thomas;  Treasurer,  Charles 
S.  Symonds;  Secretary  and  Assistant  Treas- 
urer, A.  R.  Hatfield.  Factory,  Harbor,  N. 
Y. 

Utica  Cemetery  Association — Office,  238 
Genesee.  President,  D.  N.  Crouse;  "Vice 
President,  T.  R.  Proctor;  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,  Lewis  W.  Arnold;  Richard 
Lawes,     Superintendent     at     Cemetery. 

Utica  Cycle  Co.— 117-119  Columbia  St. 
President,  II.  J.  Carroll;  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,  W.  F.  Carroll. 

Utica  Clothing  Co.— Capital,  ?15,000.  Pres- 
ident and  Treasurer,  Lewis  J.  Small;  Secre- 
tary, G.  E.  Vail. 

Utica  Coal  Co.— Capital,  $10,000.  Oswego 
and  West  Avenue.  President  and  General 
Manager,   John  Davies. 

Utica  Cold  Storage  And  Warehouse  Co. — 
53-55  Main  Street.  President,  George  W. 
Pixley;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  A.  S. 
Brinckerhoff. 

Utica  Construction  And  Realty  Co. — 33 
Arcade.  President,  Jacob  Agne;  Vice  Pres- 
ident, J.  S.  Goodenow;  Treasurer,  Pius 
Kerner;  Secretary,  H.  D.  Rushmer. 

Utica  Cotton  Co. — Succeeded  by  Sauquolt 
Spinning  Co. 

Utica  Cutlery  Co. — President,  Jacob  Agne; 
Treasurer,  F.  M.  Kendrick 

Utica  Daily  Observer — Published  every 
afternoon  (Sundays  excepted)  at  Nos.  1, 
3  and  5  Franklin  Street,  adjoining  Post- 
office,  by  E.  P.  Bailey  &  Co.  President, 
Prentiss  Bailey;  Vice  President  and 
Treasurer,   Thomas  F.    Clarke. 

Utica  Daily  Press  Co. — Capital,  $90,000. 
110-112  Main  Street.  Publishers  of  Utica 
Daily  Press  and  Utica  Semi-Weekly  Press. 
President  and  Publisher,  George  E.  Dun- 
ham;   Secretary,    William    V.    Jones. 

Utica  Directory  Publishing  Co. — 227  Ar- 
cade Building.  Capital,  $6,000.  Secretary 
and  Treasurer,  Benjamin  Steber. 

Utica  Drop  Forge  And  Tool  Co. — William 
Pierrepont  White,  President;  Hugh  White, 
Secretary   and   Treasurer. 

Utica  Dyeing  Co. — Secretary,  R.  B.  Bill- 
ings. 

Utica  Federal  Co. — 371  Genesee.  Presi- 
dent, Cornelius  Roberts;  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,   Thomas  S.   Nutt. 

Utica  Female  Academy  (Knox  School  for 
Girls — President,  Frederick  S.  Kellogg; 
Secretary,  Charles  T.  Titus;  Treasurer, 
Leslie    Brovm. 

Utica  Field  Club  (Inc.)— Secretary  and 
Treasurer,  Wm.  F.  Hayes;  Manager,  Mich- 
ael O'Nell. 

Utica  Fine  Yarn  Corp.— 2552  Whitesboro. 
Capital,  $225,000.  President,  George  T. 
Leigh;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  J.  M. 
Whittemore;  Asst.  Secretary,  George  L. 
Wood;   Superintendent,   Silas  Rooney. 

Utica  Fire  Alarm  Telegrapn  Co. — Office, 
106-108  Liberty  Street.  President,  Joseph 
C.    Eichmeyer;    Secretary    and    Treasurer, 


Thomas    E.    Jones. 

Utica  Fire  Insurance  Co. — Office,  No.  12 
Georgitso  Bldg.  W.  Henry  Start  President; 
H.  A.  Ackroyd,  Secretary;  Fred  W.  Owen, 
Treasurer. 

Utica  Fixture  Co. — President,  Joseph 
Rudd;  Secretary,  Treasurer  and  General 
Manager  ,   W.   S.  French. 

Utica  Gas  And  Electric  Co. — 222  Genesee 
Street.  President,  Anthony  N.  Brady;  Vice 
President,  William  E.  Lewis;  Secretary. 
M.  Jesse  Brayton;  Treasurer,  George  H. 
Stack;  General  Manager  Electrical  Depart- 
ment, A.  D.  Throop;  General  Manager  Gas 
Department,  William  J.  Cahill;  Auditor, 
Wm.   J.   McSorley. 

Utica  Heater  Co. — 92  LaFayette  Street. 
President,  Edward  Norris;  Vice  President, 
Campbell  E.  Hodges;  Treasurer,  W.  W. 
Lowery;   Secretary,  F.   T.  Bassett,  Jr. 

Utica  Hippodrome  Theater  Co. — Capi- 
tal, $8,000.  President,  Adam  Tennis;  Secre- 
tary and  Treasurer,   Peter  J.   Tennis. 

Utica  Homestead  Loan  And  Trust  Co. — 
Capital,  $25,000.  President,  Francis  A. 
Werthman;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  Frank 
H.   Clark. 

Utica  Hotel  Co. — President,  Harry  W. 
Ro'certs;  Secretary,  Charles  H.  Poole; 
Treasurer,    George    B.    Allen. 

Utica  Ice  Co.— Capital,  $300,000.  Presi- 
dent, John  V.  Bacot;  Secretary,  J.  De- 
Peyster  Lynch;  Treasurer,  William  S. 
Bacot. 

Utica  Ice  Cream  Co. — President,  B.  T. 
Gilbert;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  A.  S. 
Owens. 

Utica  Knitting  Co. — Treasurer's  office, 
Erie  St.,  foot  of  Winner  Ave.  Capital, 
$2,500,000.  President,  William  T.  Baker; 
Vice  President,  Treasurer  and  General 
Manager,  Quentin  McAdam;  Vice  President 
and  Assistant  Manager,  Oscar  W.  Gridley; 
Vice  President  and  Sales  Manager,  John  W. 
Allis;  Secretary  and  Assistant  Treasurer, 
George   W.    Oatley. 

Utica  Land  Co.— Capital,  $30,000.  Presi- 
dent, Myron  W.  Van  Auken;  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,  Fred  W.   Sessions. 

Utica  Law  Library  Association — Presi- 
dent, William  S.  Mackie;  Secretary,  James 
H.  Merwin;  Treasurer,  C.  B.  Miller;  Li- 
brarian,   Chas.   D.   Adams. 

Utica  Lawn  Trimmer  Co. — lo  Post.     Pres- 
ident     and      General      Manager,      Joseph 
Wurz;    Secretary,    Ulrich   J.    Klix. 

Utica  Maennerchor — (See  Musical  Or- 
ganizations). 

Utica  Motor  Car  Co. — Capital,  '$35,000. 
President,  Francis  P.  Miller;  Secretary,  B. 
W.  Peebles;  Treasurer,  Sherrill  Sherman; 
Vice  President  and  General  Manager,  E.  J. 
Otis. 

Utica  Novelty  And  Mill  Specialty  Co. — 
President  and  Treasurer,  Thos.  H.  Murphy; 
Vice  President  and  Secretary,  J.  L.  Eisen- 
bach. 

Utica  Pipe  Foundry  Co.— Office,  Dwyer 
anu  Hutchinson  Streets.  Capital,  $120,000. 
President,  Charles  G.  Wagner;  Secretary 
and  Treasurer,  John  A.  Kernan;  Superin- 
tendent, John  K.  Gunn. 

Utica  Provident  Loan  Association — Pres- 
ident, George  S.  Dana;  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,  Merwin  K.  Hart;  Manager,. 
George   E.    Upson. 


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Utlca  Real  Estate  Co. — Capital,  $20,000. 
President  and  Treasurer,  John  A.  Breen; 
Secretary,    E.    C.    Breen. 

Utica  Rubber  Works — 133  Genesee.  Pres- 
ident, Li.  H.  Wood;  Vice  President,  J.  A. 
Jenkins;  Secretary,  L.  E.  Wood;  Treasurer, 
M.  E.  Jenkins. 

Utlca  Sanitary  Milk  Co. — Corner  Tracy 
and  Francis  Streets.  President,  Charles  E. 
Benton;  Secretary,  James  H.  Merwin; 
Treasurer  and  Manager,  A.  R.  Hatfield. 

Utlca  Sanitary  Plumbing  &  Heating  Co. — 
326V&  Genesee.  Capital,  $6,000.  Presi- 
dent, Harry  C.  Somers;  Secretary,  Walter 
J.   Jones;    Treasurer,   W.   A.    Young. 

Utica  Security  Co. — 371  Genesee.  Presi- 
dent, Thomas  F.  Byrnes;  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,   Thomas  S.   Nutt. 

Utica  Steam  And  Mohawk  Valley  Cotton 
Mills— Capital,  $2,000,000.  (Consolidation  or 
Utica  Steam  Cotton  Mills  and  Mohawk 
Valley  Cotton  Mills).  President,  George 
DeForest;  Vice  President,  Francis  G.  Wood; 
Secretary  and  Treasurer,  John  A.  McGre- 
gor; Assistant  Treasurer,  W.  A.  Clark; 
Superintendent,  John  A.   Perkins. 

Utica  Steam  Engine  And  Boiler  Works 
Co. — Capital,  $50,000.  President  and  Secre- 
tary Thomas  F.  McKeough;  Vice  President 
and  Treasurer,  F.  S.  DeLong. 

Utlca  Stone  And  Construction  Co. — Capi- 
tal,  $25,000.     Alfred   B.    Wing,    Manager. 

Utica  Sunday  Tribune  Co. — Corner  Lib- 
erty and  Hotel  Streets.  President,  Jacob 
Agne;  Treasurer,  John  C.  Fulmer;  Secre- 
tary and  Business  Manager,  Fred  H. 
Wienke.  Publishers  of  Utlca  Sunday  Tri- 
bune and  Utica  Herald-Dispatch.  (See 
Newspapers). 

Utlca  Suspender  Co. — 401-407  Columbia. 
Capital,  $25,000.  President,  George  A. 
Armstrong;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  H.  G. 
Sturgess. 

Utlca  Sweeping  And  Contracting  Co. — 
Harry  W.  Roberts,  President;  Fred  E. 
Cantwell,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 

U.  T.  K.  Pants  Co. — 94  Genesee.  Presi- 
dent, John  D.  Keiser;  Secretary  and  Treas- 
urer, John  D.  Turnbull. 

Utlca  Willowvale  Bleaching  Co. — Presi- 
dent, D.  N.  Crouse;  Secretary  and  Treas- 
urer, C.  B.  Rogers. 

Vulcan  Furnace  Co.  (The) — Capital, 
$20,000.  President,  Sanford  F.  Sherman; 
Vice  President,  Treasurer  and  General 
Manager,  Dewitt  H.  Palmer;  Secretary,  Ed- 
ward F.  Cookinham. 

Walcott  &  Campbell  Spinning  Co. — Presi- 
dent, F.  C.  Walcott;  Treasurer,  J.  P.  Camp- 
be..";    Secretary,    Slater   Laycock. 

Walnott  Knitting  Co.— Williams'  Build- 
ing, Blandina  Street.  President,  Michael 
A.  Wald;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  John  J. 
Sinnott;    Manager,    John    E.    Crotty. 

Wald-Garber  Co.— 5  Walnott  Bldg. 
President,  Fred  H.  Garber;  Vice  President, 
Peter  J.  Wald;  Secretary  and  Treasurer, 
Michael  A.  Wald. 

Wald-Kendrick      Co.— President,      P.      J. 


Wald;  Secretary,  J.  B.  Geer;  Treasurer, 
M.   A.   Wald. 

Weaver's  George  F.  &  Sons  Co. — 119  Co- 
lumbia. President,  Chas.  C.  Weaver;  Secre- 
tary, Frederick  G.  Weaver;  Treasurer,  Geo. 
F.    Weaver. 

Wehl  &  Scala  Agency  (Inc.) — Carmine 
Scala,    Edward    C.    Wehl,   Angelo    Cafarelll. 

J.  B.  Wells  &  Son  Co. — Capital  stock, 
$225,000.  President,  Edward  L.  Wells;  Vice 
President,  John  S.  Capron;  E.  B.  Odell, 
Secretary  and  Treasurer. 

West  Canada  Water  Works  Co.— Presi- 
dent, James  Cullen;  Secretary,  George  Sav- 
age;   Treasurer,    Arthur    Carr. 

West  End  Brewing  Co. — 11-17  Edward 
Street.  Capital,  $20,000.  President  and 
Treasurer,  Frank  X.  Matt;  Secretary,  H. 
Elting. 

Westcott  Garage  Co. — President,  Addison 
Westcott;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  Wm.  B. 
Westcott. 

White  Cigar  Box  Co. — President,  Albert 
T.  White;  Secretary,  Albert  H.  White; 
Treasurer,  W.  J.  Smith. 

Whltesboro     Water     Works     Co J.     W. 

Wight,  President;  Vice  President,  R.  S. 
Wight;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  G.  D. 
Wight. 

Whitestown  Canning  Co. — Whltesboro,  N. 
Y.  President,  Robert  A.  Jones;  Secretary 
and  Treasurer,  E.  G.  Wagner,  Whltesboro; 
Superintendent,  G.  H.  Haynes. 

Whitestown  Water  Works  Co. — Consoli- 
dated Water  Co.  lessee  and  operates  plant. 

Wicks,  Hughes  &  Co. — President,  Willard 
C.  Hughes;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  F.  A. 
Thomas. 

A.  H.  Williams  Co.— Capital,  $50,000. 
President  and  Treasurer,-  A.  H.  Williams; 
Secretary,   H.    D.    Williams. 

John  B.  Williams  Co. — Capital,  $3,000. 
President,  Charles  J.  Zipp;  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,  Amos  L.  Zipp. 

J.  H.  Williams  Millinery  Co.— President, 
John  H.  Williams;  Secretary  and  Treasurer 
F.    J.    Papineau. 

Willoughby  Co.— Capital,  $160,000.  Presi- 
dent, Edward  A.  Willoughby;  Secretary 
and  Treasurer,  C.  B.  Mason. 
Wlnship  W.  W.  &  Sons  Co. — 12  Meadow. 
President,  S.  E.  Winship:  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,    A.   W.    Winship. 

George  C.  Wood  Ice  Co. — President,  F. 
M.  Black;  Secretary  H.  L.  Sweet;  Treas- 
urer, Andrew  Knauer. 

Woodside  Estates  Co. — President,  Milton 
E.  Blasier;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  Ar- 
thur J.  Wylie. 

Xargill  Mfg.  Co.— Capital,  $5,000.  Presi- 
dent and  Treasurer,  ,B.  T.  Gilbert;  Secre\ 
tary,   J.   A.   Xardell.  V. 

Xargill  Kerosine  Engine  Co. — Benjamin 
T.  Gilbert,  President  and  Treasurer;  Georije 
A.  Frisbie.  Vice  President;  Joseph  A. 
Xargill,  Secretary. 

Yankee  Co.  (The)— Myron  H.  Smith.  Jes- 
sie  S.    Richards,   Charles  R.-  Dennis,   Boon- 


Dally. 
Utlca  Dally  Observer — Published  every  af- 
ternoon   (Sundays  excepted)    at   Nos.   1,   3, 
5   Franklin    Street,   adjoining  Postofflce,   by 
E.    P.    Bailey   &      Co.      Subscription    ratea. 


Newspapers 

$3.00   per  year. 

Utlca  Dally  Press  —  Published  every 
morning  (Sundays  excepted)  at  12-14  Main 
Street,  by  Utica  Dally  Press  Co.  Editor, 
and    publisher,    George    E.    Dunham.      Sub- 


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scription    rates,    $6.00   per   year. 

Utica  Herald- Dispatch — Published  every 
afternoon  (Sundays  excepted)  at  corner 
Hotel  and  Liberty  Streets  by  the  Utica 
Sunday  Tribune  Co.  President,  Jacob 
Agne;  Treasurer,  John  C.  Fulmer;  Secre- 
tary and  Business  Manager,  Fred  H. 
Wienke.  Subscription  rates,  $3.00  per 
year. 

Weekly. 

Backbone  (The) — O.  J.  Bishop,  Editor. 
Published  Weekly  by  State  Prohibition 
Committee,  14  LaFayette  Bldg. 

Boy  Scouts  (The) — R.  H.  Martin,  editor 
Published  weekly  by  Akehurst  Publishing 
Co.,  40  Charlotte. 

La  Luce  (Italian)— 32  Second  St.  Pub- 
lished every  Saturday  by  La  Luce  Publish- 
ing Co. 

The  Utica  Saturday  Globe— 20  Whitesboro 
Street.  Proprietors,  W.  T.  and  Thomas  F. 
Baker.     Subscription  rates,   $2.00  per  year. 

The  Utica  Sunday  Tribune — Published 
by  the  Utica  Sunday  Tribune  Co.,  corner 
Hotel  and  Liberty  Streets.  President, 
Jacob  Agne;  Treasurer,  John  C.  Fulmer; 
Secretary  and  Business  Manager,  Fred  H. 
Wienke.  Subscription  rates,  $2.00  per 
year. 

The  Utica  Semi-Weekly  Observer— Office 
1,  3,  5  Franklin  Street.  Published  by  E. 
P.  Bailey  &  Co.  at  $1.00  a  year,  strictly 
In  advance. 

Utica  Semi -Weekly  Press— 12-14  Main 
Street.  Publishers,  Utica  Daily  Press  Co. 
Subscription  rates,  $1.00. 

Y  Drych  (The  Mirror) — Office,  11  Liberty 
Street.     Publisher  and  proprietor,   Thomas 


J.  Griffiths.  Subscription  rates,  $2.00  per 
year. 

Utica  Deutsche  Zeitung — (Trl-Weekly)— 
Utica  German  paper.  10  LaFayette  StreeL 
Published  weekly.     Otto  Poepel,  Editor. 

The  Utica  Advocate — Corner  Liberty  and 
Hotel  Streets.  Publisher,  Frederick  W. 
Bean.     Subscription  rates  $1.00  per  year. 

Nierchants'  Legislative  League  Advocate 
— Published  weekly  by  the  Merchants'  Leg- 
islative League,  212  Arcade  Bldg.  George 
S.  Hughes,  General  Manager.  Terms,  $2.00 
per  year  in  advance. 

Semi-Monthly. 

The      Cambrian — An      illustrated      semi 
monthly  mazazine.     Terms,   $1.00  per  year 
in     aavance.       Publisher     and     proprietor, 
Thomas  J.  Griffiths,  11  Liberty  Street. 
Monthly. 

Y  Cyfaill — Calvinistic  Methodist  maga- 
zine. Editor,  Rev.  Joseph  Roberts,  New 
York.  Published  and  printed  by  Evan  W. 
Jones,  84  Genesee. 

The  Gospel  Messenger  (Episcopal) — RL 
Rev.  Charles  T.  Olmstead,  D.  D.,  editor. 
Published  and  printed  by  the  Cymric 
Printing  and  Publishing  Co.,  31-37  Cath- 
arine  StreeL 

The  National  Electrical  Contractor — Of- 
ficial organ  ofmthe  National  Electrical  Con- 
tractor's Association  of  the  United  States. 
W.  H.  Morton,  Business  Manager,  41  Martin. 
Bldg.,  Utica,  N.  Y.  Terms,  50  cents  per 
year. 

Mantel,  Tile  And  Grate  Monthly — Official 
organ  of  the  Mantel,  Tile  and  Grate  As- 
sociation. Issued  monthly.  Edwards 
Brothers,   Publishers,   407  Arcade  Building. 


Private   Schools 


German  Saturday  School  of  the  German 
Lutheran  Zion  Church— 613  Columbia  St. 
SupL,  Rev.  Otto  Von  Bueren;  Louise  Von 
Bueren,   teacher. 

German  English  School  (Trinity  Lutheran 
Church  Day  School) — Hamilton  Street. 
Prof.  A.   Peetz,  Principal. 

Hebrew  Free  School — 38  Washington  St. 
President,  A.  S.  Levine;  Secretary,  J.  J. 
Caster,  624  Whitesboro  Street;  Treasurer, 
T.    H.    Silverman;    Principal,    Julius    Block. 

Modern  Hebrew  School — Louis  J.  Haas, 
principal,    201    Whitesboro. 

Miss  Knox's  School  for  Girls — 84  Cornelia 
Street.  In  charge  of  Miss  Alice  Adelaide 
Knox.  Established  upon  the  foundation 
of  the  Utica  Female  Academy.  Charles 
T.    Titus,   Secretary. 

The  Cecily  Baker  School — 17  Court  Street, 
Frances  E.  Newland,  Principal. 

St.  Joseph's  School  (German),  for  boys — 
Varick  Street,  near  Columbia.  Taught  by 
the  Sisters  of  St.  Francis  and  Prof.  Fred 
Buehler. 

St.  Joseph's  School  (German),  for  girls — 
Varick  Street,  near  Columbia.  Taught  by 
the    Sisters   of   St.    Francis. 

St.  Mary's  Roman  Catholic  School — 
South  Street,  corner  Taylor  Avenue.  Sis- 
ter M.  Camilla,  Superintendent;  Rev. 
Father  Lechner,  Principal. 


Miss  Artnur's  School — 106  Blandina,  Har- 
riet P.  Arthur,  Principal. 

Utica  Business  Institute — Institute  Bldg., 
Ill  Columbia  Street.  George  F.  Hendrick, 
Principal. 

Utica  Catholic  Academy,  Paroehial  Fre« 
School — RL  Rev.  Monsignor  J.  S.  M.  Lynch, 
D.  D.,  LL  D.,  Principal. 

Boys'  Senior  Department  Assumption 
Academy — In  charge  of  the  Brothers  of  the 
Christian  Schools,  corner  of  John  and 
Elizabeth  Streets.  Brother  Cletus  Di- 
rector. 

Girls'  Department  and  Boys'  Primary 
Department,  St.  John's  School — In  charge 
o..  the  Sisters  of  Charity,  Burnet  StreeL 
Sister  Cornelia,   Directress. 

Utica  School  of  Commerce — Oneida  Na- 
tional Bank  Building.  Thomas  J.  Rislnger, 
Principal;  W.  S.  Risinger,  Secretary. 

Utica  Conservatory  of  Music  and  School 
of  Languages — 29-35  Devereux.  Director, 
Alfred  H.  Jay,  Musical  Director,  Johannes 
Magendanz. 

Utica  Grammar  School — Samuel  J.  Oerter, 
Principal,  180  Oneida. 

Utica  Stenographic  Institute — Mrs.  N.  M. 
Schuyler,    Principal,    203   Arcade. 

Mrs.  Anna  Deecke's  Graded  School  and 
Froebel  Kindergarten — 7  Kemble.  Mrs. 
Anna  Deecke,  Director. 


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Railroads 


Delaware,  Lackawanna  &  Western  Rail- 
road (Utlca  Division— Office,  2  Genesee 
Street.  General  Superintendent,  E.  M. 
Rine,  Scranton,  Pa.,  Superintendent, 
Frank  Cezek,  Binghamton;  Assistant  Train 
Master,  G.  C.  Ferris,  Binghamton;  Chief 
Dispatcher,  "VVm  Ryan,  Binghamton;  Ticket 
Agent,  Frank"  A.  Bradley,  D.,  L.  &  W. 
Station;    Freight   Agent,    C.    L. 'Bullard. 

New  York  Central  Railroad— Superintend- 
ent, Mohawk  Division,  D.  W.  Dinan;  Sup- 
erintendent Adirondack  Division,  D.  L. 
Sommerville;  Chief  Eng.,  G.  W.  Kittridga; 
Division  Engineer,  C.  E.  Lindsay;  Super- 
visor of  Tracks,  W.  N.  Skelton;  Train 
Master,  William  Wood;  Chief  Train  Dis- 
patcher, A.  J.  Tessier;  Ticket  Agent,  M.  M. 
Hennessey;  Freight  Agent,  W.  H.  Spice; 
Depot   Master,    A.    B.   Raser. 

New  York,  Ontario  &  Western  Railroad 
(Utica  Division)— President,  C.  S.  Mellen, 
New  York;   Vice  President,   John   B.   Kerr; 


General  Supt.,  E.  Canfield,  Middletown,  N. 
V.,  Traffic  Manager,  J.  C.  Anderson,  New 
York;  General  Freight  and  Passenger 
Agent,  J.  B.  Stewart,  New  York; 
Superintendent,  W.  C.  Hartigan,  Norwich, 
N.  Y.;  Freight  Agent,  William  F.  Hayes, 
Utica;  Ticket  Agent,  Frank  A.  Bradley. 
•  Rome,  Watertown  &  Ogdensburg  Rail- 
road— N.  Y.  C.  &  H.  R.  RR.,  Lessee— Su- 
perintendent, Fred,  Williamson,  Ticket  Agt., 
M.  M.  Hennessey;  Frt.  Agt.,  W.  M.  Spice; 
Station  Master,  A.  B.   Raser. 

Utlca,  Clinton  &  Binghamton  Railroad 
Company— President,  E.  B.  Woolworth; 
Vice  President,  A.  W.  Reynolds;  Secretary 
and  Treasury,  Charles  S.  Symonds.  Trans- 
fer office,  Utica.  Authorized  capital, 
$1,000,000. 

West  Shore  Railroad— (N.  Y.   C.  &  H.   R. 

RR.,    Lessee — Superintendent,    Mohawk   Dl- 

.  vision,    D.    W.     Dinan;    Ticket    Agent,     M. 

M.  Hennessey;  Freight  Agent,  W.  H.  Spice. 


Street   Railroads 


Oneida  Railway  and  Utica  &  Mohawk 
Valley  Ry.  Co.— Merged  with  New  York 
State    Railways. 

New  York  State  Railways — Office,  U.  C. 
N.  B.  Bldg.,  110  Genesee.  President,  Hor- 
ace  E.   Andrews;   Vice   Presidents,   William 


K.  Vanderbilt,  Jr.,  John  Carstensen,  Wai- 
ter N.  Kernan,  E.  J.  Cook;  Secretary,  J. 
C.  Collins;  Treasurer.  C.  B.  Rogers;  Gen- 
eral Manager,  B.  E.  Tilton;  Superintendent 
of  Transit,  E.  E.  Stoner;  General  Superin- 
tendant,    J.    E.    Duffy. 


Societies  and  Organizations  —  Miscellaneous 


Als     Ikh     Kan    Circle — President,     Louise 

A.  Beardsley;  Secretary  Louise  Day; 
Treasurer,   Susan  Johnston. 

Amalgamated  Association  of  Street  Rail- 
way Employes,  No.  582 — President,  Grover 
K.    Roberts;    Secretary,    Ray    Maher. 

American  Institute  of  Banking;  Bank 
Clerks  (Utlca) — President  Hugh  T.  Owens; 
Secretary,  Frank  P.  McGinty;  Treasurer, 
Proctor    Nye. 

Anti-Suffrage  League — President,  Mrs 
Watson  T.  Dunmore;  Secretary,  Gertrude 
Curran;  Treasurer,  Mrs.  Charles  W.  Wicks. 

Arcanum  Club — President,  Thomas  F. 
McKeough;  Vice  President,  J.  Lindsey 
Hughes;  Secretary,  Thos.  O.  Cole;  Treas- 
urer,  George  E.  Ormsbee,   Georgitso  Block. 

Asa  Gray  Botanical  Club — President,  Dr. 
J.  V.  Haberer;  Vice  President,  Herbert  N. 
Tyler;  Recording  Secretary,  Miss  Eliza- 
beth J.  Sharpe;  Corresponding  Secretary, 
W.  E.  Wolcott;  Treasurer,  Mrs.  M.  J. 
Evans. 

Augusta  Statzer  Lodge,  No.  205,  L.  A. 
of  B.  R.  T. — President,  Mrs.  Olive  Pierce; 
Secretary,   Minnie  Manning. 

Baden  Sick  Aid  Society — President,  Henry 
Bick;  Secretary,  Bernard  Albicker,  51  Hick- 
ory  St.;    Treasurer,    William    J.    Stiefvater. 

Baruch  Spinoza  Lodge,  No.  208,  I.  O.  B. 
A. — President,  I.  Donofskey;  Secretary,  Sol. 
I.  Goldbas,  10  Seneca;  Treasurer,  Jacob 
Mettelman. 

Bavarian  National  Verband  of  North 
America,  Maximilian  Section,  No.,  1,  of 
Utlca,  N.  Y.— President,  Jacob  Schuck;  Sec- 
retary, Fred  Pabst;  Treasurer,  Ferdinand 
Muthig.  Meets  second  Sunday  of  each 
month  at   Baechle  Hall. 

Bavarian  Sick  Benefit — President,  Henry 
Zobel;  Secretary,  Alois  Pesoldt;  Treasurer, 
Ludwig  Ullrich.  Meets  first  Monday  of  each 


month  at    Baechle  Hall. 

Brotherhood  of  Railway  Clerks — Presi- 
dent, O.  J.  Gibbs;  Secretary  and  Treas- 
urer,   G.    S.    Robinson. 

Butchers'  Protective  Association — Presi- 
dent, Henry  Hoffman;  Vice  President, 
Lewis  G.  Spath;  Secretary  and  Treasurer, 
G-  Adam  Sauer,  66  Plant'  St.  Meets  fourth 
Thursday  at  27  Gardner  Block. 

Catholic  Benevolent  Legion — President, 
Denis  F.  Howe;  Secretary,  Thomas  W. 
Fogarty;    Treasurer,   William   F.   Ryan. 

Catholic  Mutual  Benefit  Association, 
Central  Council,  No.  63 — President,  C.  B. 
Messe;  Secretary,  E.  T.  Dillon;  Treasurer, 
R.    A.    Henry. 

Central  City  Commandery,  No.  16,  K.  T. 
(Colored)— E.  C,  William  B.  Jackson;  Re- 
corder,  Leroy   C.   Anderson. 

Central  New  York  Association  of  Hamil- 
ton College  Alumni — President,  F.  M. 
Calder;  Secretary,  Seward  A.  Miller,  108 
Genesee   Street. 

Central  New  York  Bottlers  and  Manu- 
facturers' Association — President,  C.  W. 
Sharpe;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  G.  W.- 
Gammel.  l 

Central  New  York  Farmers'  Club — Meets 
every  Friday  afternoon  at  Utlca.  President, 
J.  E.  Graham,  New  Hartford;  Secretary, 
Hugh  Hughes;  Treasurer,  Herbert  N.  Ty- 
ler.   New   Hartford. 

Chi  Delta  Fraternity — Alpha  Chapter, 
6   Maher   Bldg. 

Citizens'  Committee  on  Summer  Play 
Grounds—  President,  Dana  W.  Blgelow; 
Secretary,  Miss  Ida  J.  Butcher;  Treasurer, 
Frank  R.  Winant. 

Corn  Hill  Benefit  Association — Secretary, 
Allen   R.   Pimle. 

C.  M.  B.  A.,  No.  55— President,  Frank 
H.  Smith;  Secretary,  Louis  Meyer. 


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o.  M.  B.  A.,  No.  116— President,  W.  H. 
Jones;    Secretary,    W.   J.    McTiernan. 

C.  M.  B.  A.,  No.  127— President  Frederick 
Urtz;    Secretary,    Frank    J.    Wameling. 

C.  M.  B.  A.,  No.  193 — President,  Cornelius 
Haley;   Secretary,  A.  A.  Linck. 

Damon  Lodge,  No.  6,  K.  of  P.  (Colored) 
— C.  C,  Rev.  R.  S.  Strother;  K.  R.,  S.  Al- 
bert W.   Ebow. 

Daughters  of  Isabella — National  Officers: 
Mary  L.  McKernan,  Supreme  Regent;  M.  F. 
Kelly,  National  Secretary,  Utica,  N.  Y.; 
Joseph  H.  Remmer,  National  Treasurer; 
P.  H.  Fitzgerald,  National  Advocate.  Utica 
Court,  No.  1,  Utica,  Paul  Building;  Grand 
Regent,  Mrs.  Isabel  Reed;  Financial  Secre- 
tary,  Miss  Margaret  Brazill. 

Daughters  of  Liberty — Guiding  Star  Coun- 
cil, No.  29;  Secretary,  Mrs.  Lillian  M.  Lof- 
tus.  Utica  Council,  No.  50;  Secretary,  Mrs. 
Brockway. 

Daughters  of  St.  George,  Empress  of 
India  Lodge,  No.  99 — Meets  second  and 
fourth  Tuesdays  at  Pythian  Hall,  171  Gen- 
esee. President,  Mrs.  Harriet  M.  Bennett; 
Secretary,  Mrs.   Elizabeth  Fowler. 

The  Democratic  Association  of  the  City 
of  Utica  and  County  of  Oneida — President, 
James  D.  Smith;  Secretary,  Arthur  D. 
Jones;   Treasurer,   John   M.   Dolan. 

Deutscher  Bund  Sick  Aid  Society — Presi- 
dent, Adam  Dietzel;  Secretary,  Philip 
Swald. 

Eagles — Second  and  fourth  Thursdays, 
Maccabee  Temple.  W.  P.  T.  D.  Coakley. 
Secretary,  William  Hassenbauer. 

Electric  Railway  Club — Foster  Bldg. 
President,  E.  T.  Fox,  Secretary,  Louis  J. 
Hagel;    Treasurer,   John   T.   Dickenson. 

Elks,  Order  of,  Utica  Lodge,  No.  33,  B.  P. 
O.  E.— Meets  Elks'  Hail,  Shubert  Bldg.,  207 
Bleecker  St.  Exalted  Ruler,  James  B. 
Geer;  Secretary,  Amon  W.  Foote;  Treas- 
urer,  T.  William  Arthur. 

Employers'  Association  of  Utica — 41  Mar- 
tin Bldg.  Quentin  McAdam,  President; 
Walter  H.  Morton,  Secretary;  Hugh  White, 
Treasurer. 

Ex-Supervisors  and  Supervisors'  Associa- 
tion— President,  Carl  T.  Seibel,  Verona: 
Secretary  an,d  Treasurer,  Ward  B.  Ed- 
wards. 

Exempt  Firemen's  Association — President, 
P.  F.  Quinlan;  Secretary  and  Treasurer, 
Enoch  Jones,   20  Huntington   St. 

Federal  Employes'  Relief  Association 
(The) — Meets  second  Monday  in  June. 
President,  John  Owen  Thomas;  Secretary, 
Robert  E.  McCreary,  14  First  Street; 
Treasurer,    M.    T.    Pittrnan. 

Federazoine  Society — President,  G.  Fra- 
getta;    Secretary,   Prof.   Emidio   Spina. 

Firemen's  Benevolent  Association — Pres- 
ident. Benj.  L.  Douglass;  Secretary  and 
Collector,  Enoch  Jones,  20  Huntington  St.; 
Treasurer,  James  H.   Read. 

Firemen's  Relief  Association  (Paid)  — 
President,  deo.  B.  Grubb;  Treas.,  F.  P. 
Breitenberg;  Secretary,  J.  M.  Sullivan. 
Fort  Schuyler  Lodge,  O.  B.  A.,  No.  254 — 
Meets  Huron  Hall,  Second  and  Fourth  Sun- 
days. President,  S.  L.  Sumberg,  Secretary, 
Joseph  Nelson,    419   Bleecker  St. 

Fraternal  Mystic  Circle,  Ruling  No.  895 — 
Worthy  Ruler,  M.  Shiman,  36  Lansing;  Re- 
corder,  Mrs.    Daniel    Lyons.     Meets   second 


and  fourth  Thursdays. 

German-American  Alliance  (Utica's)  — 
Meets  first  Thursday  of  each  month  at 
Maennerchor  Hall.  President,  William 
Kuehnling;  Secretary,  Otto  Poepel;  142 
Blandina;    Treasurer,    Emil   Vaeth. 

German-American  State  Alliance  of  New 
York — President,  Theodore  Sutro;  Treas- 
urer, Joseph  Koult.  Meets  at  Mannerchor 
Hall. 

Germanla  Industrial  and  Mutual  Assist- 
ance Association — President,  J.  B.  Witte; 
Corresponding  Secretary,  Charles  Mayer, 
703  Sunset  Ave.  Meets  First  Wednesday  of 
each  month  at  Maennerchor  Hall. 

German  Reading  Society — President,  A. 
Perlen;  Secretary,  Otto  Poepel;  Treasurer, 
Warner  Fischer. 

Gwenfron  Lodge,  No.  5,  True  Ivorites — 
Meets  first  and  third  Wednesdays  of  each 
month  at  Pythian  Hail,  171  Genesee.  Presi- 
dent Mrs.  R.  O.  Williams;  Secretary,  Miss 
Jennie  Thomas;  Treasurer,  Mrs.  William  J. 
Da  vies. 

Goronwy  Lodge,  True  Ivorites,  No.  37, 
Gwir  Iforiad — Meets  the  first  and  third 
mondays  at  Arcanum  Temple.  President, 
R.  L.  Rowlands;  Financial  Secretary, 
Humphrey  R.  Jones;  Treasurer,  T.  S. 
Griffiths. 

Grocers'  Association,  Retail — President, 
Paul  Wagner;  Treasurer,  E.  M.  Hamlin; 
Secretary,  Robert  I.  Evans,  221  Oneida, 
Meets  fourth  Friday  of  each  month  at  226 
Genesee   St. 

Hebrew  Aid  Society— President,  Abraham 
Cohen;   Secretary,   S.   Freedman. 

Hiram  Lodge,  No.  18,  F.  &  A.  M.  (Col- 
ored)—W.  M.,  Theodore  T.  Pell;  Secretary, 
Jesse  F.   Wright. 

Imperial      Relief     Association — President, 
John  A.  Bowes;  Vice  President,  Robert  Mc- 
carty; Secretary  and  Treasurer,  E.  B.  Cash. 
Italian       Benevolent      Society — President, 
A.    Danie'e;    Secretary,    Luigi   Zammiello. 

Italian  Settlement,  W.  H.  M.  S.,  Northern 
New  York  Conference,  Methodist  Episcopal 
Church— 527-533  Mary  St.  Meets  first  Mon- 
day each  month.  President.  Mrs.  Mary  W. 
Foote;  Secretary,  Mrs.  W.  B.  Hughes, 
Treasurer,    Mrs.    M.   J.   Horn. 

I.  C.  S.  Fraternity — W.  P.,  John  Hopkins; 
Reg.,    Arthur  Brakefield. 

I.  O.  B.  S.  Pride  of  Israel  Lodge,  No,' 
214 — President,  Jacob  Markusyuld;  Secre- 
tary, J.  G.  Rosenwald,  103  LaFayette  St.; 
Treasurer,   Jacob  Hoffman. 

Junior  Order  of  Moose,  Utica  Lodge,  No. 
37 — -Dictator,  Francis  Mullaney;  Secretary. 
Stanley  D.   Everst. 

Jubilee  Lodge,  No.  20,  I.  O.  G.  T.— O. 
Hedges,  Chief  Templar;  Anson  Drinkwater; 
Mrs.  Elizabeth  Langton.  Treasurer. 

Jubilee  Lodge,  No.  242,  Order  Sons  of  St. 
George — Meets  second  and  fourth  Tuesdays 
of  each  month  at  Pythian  Temple.  Presi- 
dent, Theodore  Beswick;  Secretary,  George 
Ezard;    Treasurer,    Richard    Burterworth. 

Kincaid  Division,  No.  150,  Order  of  Rail- 
way Conductors — Chief  Conductor,  Walter 
Yeoman:  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  Frank 
Vincent. 

Knights  of  Columbus,  Utica  Council,  No. 
189 — Grand  Knight,  Robert  E.  McCreary; 
Secretary.  John  McGarty;  Treasurer,  Geo. 
Wankel.      Meets    every   second   and   fourth 


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Thursday    in    K.    of    C.    Hall,    309    Genesee. 

Knights  of  St.  George — President,  M.  W. 
Lenke;  Recording  Secretary,  George  Lind- 
ner. 

Knights  and  Ladles  of  Honor,  No.  1,570 — 
Meets  in  Carnwath  Hall.  Protector,  L.  F. 
Simon;    Secretary,    Ethel    Lee. 

Labor  Temple  Association — President, 
William  O.  Jones;  Secretary,  Patrick  Col- 
gan;    Treasurer,    Charles    A.    Bock. 

Lady  Campbell  Circle,  No.  1090,  of  the 
Forest  of  America — C.  C,  Mrs.  Frances 
Jones;   Secretary,   Mary  Brady. 

Ladies  Society  B.  of  L.  L.  and  E.  Lodge 
No.  322— Meets  at  Pythian  Hall,  171  Gen- 
osee.  President,  Mrs.  W.  D.  Chase;  Secre- 
tary, Mrs.  W.  H.  Johnson;  Treasurer,  Mrs. 
W.  J.   Chambers. 

Law  and  Order  Union  of  the  State  of  New 
York — President,  E.  A.  Gayde;  Secretary, 
Samuel  J.  Hardy. 

Life  Underwriters'  Association  of  Utica — 
President,  J.  P.  Mulhall;  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,  J.  A.   Hayes. 

Master  Builders'  Association  of  Utica — 
Meets  second  and  fourth  Fridays  in  Arca- 
num Temple.  President,  William  R. 
Hughes;  Secretary,  William  G.  Edwards, 
35    Charlotte;    Treasurer,   Harry   Lancaster. 

Master  Butchers'  Association — Presi- 
dent, W.  G.  Boyd;  Secretary,  Robert  Pratt; 
Treasurer,    Philip   J.    Cramer. 

Master  Painters  and  Decorators'  Associa- 
tion— President,  C.  W.  W.  Dabelstein;  Sec- 
retary, C.  H.  Sabine,  63  South;  Treasurer, 
W.  J.  Paddon. 

Ministers'  Association  of  Utica — Presi- 
dent, Rev.  Geo.  C.  Groves;  Secretary,  Rev. 
Dana  W.  Bigelow,  410  State. 

Mohawk  Valley  Lodge,  No.  74,  I.  O.  A.  I. 
— President,  L.  Kayser;  Secretary,  J.  Ja- 
cobson. 

Myrtle  and  Ivy  Fishing  Club — President, 
Joseph  Tessey;  Secretary,  John  C.  Fulmer; 
Treasurer,   C.  J.   Schultze. 

Mutual  Aid  Association — President,  Alvin 
Fasoldt;  Secretary,  A.  D.  Lane,  19  Hunt- 
ington. 

Mutual  Benefit  Association  of  the  New 
York  State  Railways— B.  E.  Tilton,  Presi- 
dent; J.  M.  Joel,  Secretary;  T.  P.  Whelley, 
Treasurer.  Meets  Foster  Bldg.,  131  Genesee 
National  Association  of  Letter  Carriers, 
Branch  375 — President,  Henry  Zoeckler; 
Secretary,  Earl  Edwards;  Treasurer,  Wai- 
ter G.  W.  Seiler. 

National  Protective  Legion,  Utica  Lodge, 
No^-.-a^O — President,   Mrs.   Jennie   G.   Fisher; 

"National  Protective  Legion,  West  Utica 
Legion,  No.  715 — President,  Elizabeth 
Bender;  Secretary,  W.  O.  Jones,  9  Harper. 
National  Protective  Legion,  East  Utica 
Legion,  No.  769 — President,  Bert  E.  Berge; 
Treasurer,  Chas.  H.  Sanders;  Secretary, 
E.  H.  Linck,  520  Blandina. 

Nicholas  Herkimer  Continentals — Meets 
on  call.  Captain,  James  K.  O'Connor; 
Adjutant,    Francis    M.    Kinney. 

Oneida  County  League  for  Good  Roads — 
President,  William  Cary  Sanger,  Utica; 
Secretary,  W.  Pierrepont  White,  2800 
.Whitesboro.  \ 

Order  Brlth  Abraham,  No.  254 — Presi- 
dent, Abe  Leventhall;  Secretary,  Joseph 
Nelson. 

O.   B.  A.,  Oneida  County  Lodge,  No.  228— 


Meets  in  the  Maccabee  Temple.  President, 
Max  Lyons;  Secretary,  Jacob  Rosenwald; 
Treasurer,  H.   H.   Nusbaum. 

Order  of  the  Golden  Seal — Camp  81:  Pres- 
ident, Mrs.  Mary  Calhoun;  Secretary, 
Theodore  Rose.  Camp  99:  Secretary,  Mrs. 
Jennings. 

Owls — Meets  first  and  third  Thursdays, 
Maccabee  Temple.  President,  M.  Shlman; 
Secretary,  M.  G.   Roberts. 

Phi  Delta  Sigma  Fraternity  of  the  Utica 
Free  Academy — President,  Robert  D.  Fra- 
ser;  Secretary,  Walter  Schied;  Treasurer,' 
A.  J.  Reusswig. 

Postoffice  Clerks,  Branch  No.  41  of  tho 
N.  N.  A.— President,  David  F.  White;  Sec- 
retary, W.  W.   Hurlburt. 

Protected  Home  Circle,  No.  484 — Presi- 
dent, G.  R  Kellogg;  Secretary,  Edna  Boyd, 
398  Dudley  Ave.;  Treasurer,  Robert  B. 
Boyd. 

Railroad  Branch  of  Y.  M.  C.  A. — 26 
Whitesboro  St.  President,  Frank  Vincent; 
Secretary,  Kemp  E.  Showalter;  Treasurer, 
J.   S.  McManus. 

Rescue  Mission — President,  Rev.  E.  H. 
Coley;  Secretary.  Rev.  Dana  W.  Bigelow; 
Treasurer,  Edward  Mlllspaugh;  Superin- 
tendent, James  Cowdre. 

Republican  League  of  Oneida  County — 
Secretary,     Paul     C.     Willard;     Treasurer, 

A.  W.    Pickard. 

Roscoe  Conkling  Lodge,  Ne.  364,  I.  O.  B. 
A. — President.  M.  Rosenthal;  Secretary,  D. 
Goldman. 

Rural  Mall  Carriers'  Association  of 
Oneida  County — President,  A.  M.  Dudley, 
Oriskany  Falls;  Secretary,  Charles  A.  Tan- 
ner, Deerfield;  Treasurer,  Roy  W.  Swanson, 
Rome. 

St.  Andrew  (Brotherhood  of),  Utica  Local 
Assembly — President,  Edwin  L.  Clarke; 
Secretary-Treasurer,   Charles  M.  Butler. 

St.  John's  Sick  Aid  Society — President, 
John  Kruse;  Secretary,  Christ  M  Vaeth; 
Treasurer,  Charles  Bopp. 

St.  Joseph's  Branch,  No.  68,  L.  C.  B.  A.— 
President,  Mary  A.  Heintz;  Secretary,  Mrs. 
Helena  Kaiser. 

Sadaquada  Golf  Club — President,  S.  R. 
Campbell;  Secretary,  Jenner  Lowery;  James 
S.  Kernan,  Treasurer. 

Senix  Club — President,  Frank  Trossett; 
Secretary,  Stanley  Neider. 

Society  Bersaglierl — President  G.  Giftune; 
Secretary,   D.   Pacifico. 

Society  Columbo — President,  G.  Leporte; 
Secretary,    C.    Nudo. 

Society  Garibaldinl — President,  N.  Casco; 
Secretary,   A.   Emilio. 

Society  Missanellese — President  F.  Pal- 
mier!;   Secretary,   L.    Labella. 

Society    Progresso    Ed    Aluto — President, 

B.  Fabio;  Secretary,  A.  Longo. 

Societa  Sicignananese  Mutuo  Soccorso— 
629  Bleecker.  Giuseppe  Fargetta,  President, 
F.    Cupo'.o,   Secretary. 

Sons  of  Columbus  Club — President,  Dr.  F. 
Robertaccio:    Secretary,   F.   J.   Hopple. 

Sons  of  Oneida  (New  York  City)— Presi- 
dent, Hon.  Elihu  Root;  Secretary,  D.  Frank 
Lloyd;' Treasurer,   Charles   E.   Cady. 

Sons  of  the  Revolution,  Fort  Schuyler 
Chapter — Renegt  Nicholas  Devereux;  Vice 
Regent.  William  M.  Storrs:  Secretary.  A. 
V.    Brower:  Treasurer,  Frederick  H.  Cook- 


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inham;       Marshal,       H.       J.       Cookinham; 
Chaplain,  Rt.  Rev.  Charles  T.  Olmstead. 

Societa  Benevolenga  Dl  Liarrengana — 
Salvatore  Perretta,  President;  Michele 
Fanelli,   Secretary,  Kossuth  Avenue. 

Starlight  Chapter,  O.  E.  S.,  No.  6  (Col- 
ored)— W.  M.,  Mrs.  Delia  Green;  Secretary, 
Mrs.  William  Howard;  Treasurer,  Mrs.  R. 
J.    Strothers. 

Stevens — Swan  Humane  Society  of  Onei- 
da County,  Utica  Branch — 10  Oneida  County 
Building.  President,  W.  G.  HoIIinworth; 
Secretary,  Mrs.  M.  E.  H.  Rutter;  Treasurer, 
David  G.  Jones;  Superintendent,  J.  H. 
Benedict. 

Teachers'  Association — President,  Sarah 
E.  Nolan;  Secretary,  Ella  Henry;  Treasurer, 
Lyra  Foote  Kelly. 

Theatrical  Mechanical  Association,  Lodge 
No.  67 — 33  Blandina.  President,  John 
White;  Secretary,  J.  E.  Russ;  Treasurer, 
Adam  Durr. 

Twenty- Eighth  Separate  Company  Vet- 
erans' Association — President,  Maj.  J.  H. 
Remmer;  Secretary,  Hon.  J.  K.  O'Connor; 
Treasurer,  H.  L.  Salladin. 

United  Irish  League,  Utlca  Branch — 
President,  Peter  J.  Keenan;  Secretary, 
Thomas  P.  O'Reilly,  457  Blandina  Street; 
Treas,  Thomas  Breen;  Trustees,  Thomas 
J.  Maher,  John  P.  Shaughnessy.  Meets 
second  and  fourth  Sundays  in  Hibernian 
Building. 

Urrter  Uns — President,  Mrs.  Mary  Rohm; 
-Secretary,   Mrs.   Anna  Zarth. 

Utlca  Auxiliary  of  the  American  McCall 
Association — President,  Miss  E.  G.  Brown; 
Secretary,  Mrs.  Smith  M.  Lindsley,  35  Ol- 
biston;   Treasurer,  Mrs.   Edward   Curran. 

Utlca  Council,  No.  244,  United  Commer- 
cial Travelers'  of  America — Meets  in  Pyth- 
ian Hall  first  Saturday  of  each  month. 
Secretary  and  Treasurer,  W.  W.  Newcomb. 
Utlca  Council,  No.  20,  Universal  Crafts- 
man Council  of  Engineers — Wallace  John- 
ston,   Secretary. 

Utlca  Aerie,  No.  97,  Fraternal  Order  of 
Eagles— President,  T.  Daley  Coakley,  Sec- 
retary, William  Hasenbauer.  Meets  first 
and    third    Wednesday,    Pfluke   Hall. 

Utica  Art  Club— 89  Washington  St. 
President,  Miss  E.  J.  Sharpe;  Secretary, 
Mrs.   H.    B.    Kenyon,   Whitesboro,   N.   T. 

Utica  Association,  No.  11,  Stationary  En- 
gineers, N.  A.  S.  E.— President,  Arthur  T. 
Kassing;  Secretary,  John  L.  Marshall, 
Welsh   Bush   Road. 

Utlca  Auto  Trades  Association — Secre- 
tary, W.  F.  CarrolL 

Utlca  Building  Trades  Council— Presi- 
dent, R.  O.  Williams;  Secretary,  F.  H. 
Evans. 

Utlca  Camp,  Modern  Woodmen  of  Amer- 
ica, No.  8944 — President,  A.  N.  Dougherty; 
Banker,  David  H.  Ames,  422  Sunset  Ave.; 
C.  A.  Lochner,  Clerk,  90  Genesee.  Meets 
first  and  third  Mondays  at  Arcanum  Tem- 
ple. 

Utlca  Council,  No.  20,  Universal  Crafts- 
men Council  of  Stationary  Engineers — 
Meets  Odd  Fellows'  Temple.  W.  C  E.  R. 
Stevens;  Recording  Secretary,  Wallace 
Johnson. 

Utica       Consumer*'       League— President, 

Mrs.     L.     H.     Holden;     Secretary,     Mrs.    J. 

DePeyster   Lynch;   Treasurer,   Janet   Price. 

Utlca   Curling  Club— President,  Alfred  H. 


Munson;    Secretary,    George    B.    Allen,    326 
South  St.;   Treasurer,  J.   Benj.   Brady. 

Utica  Dairymen's  Board  of  Trade — Sheets 
Bagg's  Hotel.  Secretary  and  Treasurer, 
W.  H.  DeShon,  321  Catharine. 

Utica  Fish  and  Game  Protective  Associa- 
tion— President,  Dr.  C.  E.  Alliaume;  Secre- 
tary, W.  S.  French,  24  Hiibbell  St.;  Treas- 
urer, George  L.'  Bradford. 

Utica  Flower  Mission — President,  Mil- 
dred E.  Foster;  Secretary,  Ella  B.  Gage; 
Corresponding  Secretary,  Mrs.  Edwin  Mar- 
tin;   Treasurer,   Ethel  Young. 

Utica  Homeopathic  Hospital  Alumni  As- 
sociation— President,  Clara  Fenn  Ballou; 
Secretary,  Martha  G.  Yorkey;  Treasurer, 
Ruth    Hook. 

Utica  Lese  Verein — President,  Albert  Per- 
len;   Secretary,    Otto   Poepel. 

Utica  Liquor  Dealers'  Association — Presi- 
dent, William  F.  Filkins;  Financial  Sec- 
retary, James  J.  Carroll;  Treasurer,  Jo- 
seph   W.    Booth. 

Utica  Lodge,  No.  450,  Loyal  Order  of 
Moose — Meets  Labor  Temple  first  and 
third  Mondays.  Dictator,  John  F.  Wick- 
ham;  Secretary,  Edward  Bedford,  30S 
Neilson;    Treasurer,    Joseph   Wurz. 

Utica  Lodge,  No.  6,  Orioles — President, 
T.  J  .Holland;  Secretary,  George  Brown; 
Treasurer,    O.    J.    Tillson. 

Utica  Newswriters'  Association — Presi- 
dent, Amon  W.  Foote;  Secretary,  Paul  B. 
Williams. 

Utica      Optometrical      Society — President, 
H.    W.    Bonney;    Secretary,    E.    D.    Kenney; 
Treasurer,    C.    C.   Jones,    Holland   Patent. 
Meets    monthly    at    Public    Library    at    call 
of    President. 

Utica  Police  Mutual  Benefit  Association — 
President,  Edward  F.  Mortimer;  Secretary, 
David  Ross;  Treasurer,  Timothy  D.  Mc- 
Carthy. 

Utlca  Political  Equality  Club — Meets  at 
New  Century  Club.  President,  Lucy 
C.  Watson;  Secretary,  Miss  Marion  P. 
Thomas. 

Utica  Poultry  and  Pet  Stock  Association 
—President,  R.A.  Jones,  Whitesboro,  N.  Y.; 
Secretary.    E.    E.    Gardine. 

Utica  Schwaben  Sick  Aid  Society — Albert 
Knodel,  President;  Treasurer,  John  Kam- 
merer;  Christian  Ammann,  Secretary,  217 
West  Ave.  -  Meets  in  Baechle's  Hall  on  the 
third  Thursday  of  every  month. 

Utlca  Schweitzerbund — President,  Chas. 
Burby:  Secretary,  Chris.  Miller;  Treas- 
urer, Fritz  Yosi. 

Utica  Trades  Assembly — President,  Chas. 
E.  Weaver;  Secretary,  Alexander  Rosen- 
thal;   Treasurer,    P.    E.    Kelly. 

Utlca  Turn  Verein — Meets  Tuesdays  and 
Fridays  at  Turners'  Hall,  133  LaFayette- 
St.  President,  Henry  Witte;  Secretary, 
A.   H.   Kleindienst,   44   Green. 

Veteran      Firemen's     Association — Presi- 
dent, Henry  Keim;  Treasurer,  Wm.  Curran. 
Wall   Paper    Dealers'   Association — Presi- 
dent, John  L.  Grant:  Secretary,  W.  H.  Ser- 
vatius;  Treasurer,  Carl  W.  Dabelstein. 

Welsh  Benevolent  Society — President, 
Edward  H.  Jones,  Vice  President,  Hugh 
E.  Jones;  Secretary.  John  O.  Thomas,  42 
West  St.;  Treasurer,  William  R.  Thomas. 
Welsh  Educational  Society  of  Oneida 
County — President,  Edward  H.  Jones; 
Vice  President,   Rev.  W.   C.   Jones;   Secre- 


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tary,  Robt.  Hughes,  Holland  Patent; 
Treasurer,  John  E.  Jones,   Holland  Patent. 

Whltestown  Seminary  Alumni  Associa- 
tion— President,  Wm.  S.  Mackle;  Secretary, 
Nellie  Peck  Kimball;  Treasurer,  John  H. 
Jones. 

Women's  Christian  Association — Organ- 
ized in  1870.  Meets  every  Wednesday  after- 
noon at  the  Home,  21  Court  St.  President, 
Mrs.  "William  Schachtel;  Treasurer,  Miss 
Mary  E.  Abbott;  Secretary,  Mrs.  E.  G. 
Harvey. 

Woman's  Christian  Temperance  Union 
(Somerset)— 264  Genesee  St.  Meets  1st 
and  3d  Wednesdays  each  month.  Presi- 
dent, Mrs.  Elida  W.  Kennerley;  Secretary, 
Mrs.  Bernice  Hughes,  137  Churchill  Ave.; 
Treasurer,  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Davies,  54  Shaw. 

Women's  Home  and  Foreign  Missionary 
Society — President,  Mrs.  W.  H.  Owen; 
Recording  Secretary,  Mrs.  Carl  Evans;  Cor- 
responding Secretary,  Miss  Anna  M.  War- 
ner; Treasurer,  Mrs.  H.  H.  Hurd. 

Woodmen   of  the   World,    Mohawk    Camp, 


No.  148— Meets  in  Carnwath  Hall  first  and 
third  Thursdays.  C.  C.  Frederick  Frey- 
muller;    Clerk,    Chas     V.    Kirkland. 

Woodmen  of  the  World,  Mohawk  Grove 
Circle,  No.  34 — Guardian.  Mrs.  Etta  Whee- 
ler;  Clerk,   Mrs.    Nellie   Phelps. 

Workmen's  Sick  and  Death  Benefit  Asso- 
ciation— President,  Otto  De  Comain;  Sec- 
retary, Gustave  Sorenson;  Treasurer,  Gus- 
tave  Guentert. 

Young  Women's  Christian  Association — 
264  Genesee  St.  President,  Mrs.  Theodore 
Ward;  Secretary,  Gertrude  Curran,  264 
Genesee;     Treasurer,    Mrs.     Walter    Butler. 

Young  Men's  Christian  Association — Gen- 
esee and  Washington  Sts.  President, 
Frank  A.  Bosworth;  Treasurer,  David  H. 
Ames;   General  Secretary,  T.   R.  Jordan. 

Yale  Club  of  Utica — President,  Arthur  H. 
Maynard;   Secretary  and  Treasurer,   Benja 
man   T.    Gilbert. 

Yahnundahis  Golf  Club — President,  Wat- 
son T.  Dunmore:  Secretary,  James  H. 
Merwin;    Treasurer,     Sherwood    S.    Curran. 


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Bacon  Post,  53 — Meets  every  Thursday 
evening  Pythian  Hall,  171  Genesee.  Com- 
mander, John   E.   Head. 

Bacon  Kelief  Corps,  24 — Meets  second 
and  fourth  Thursdays,  Pythian  Hall,  171 
Genesee.  Martha  McLoughlin,  President; 
Mrs.   Kittie  Dicks,  Treasurer. 

J.  F.  McQuade  Post,  14 — Meets  second 
and  fourth  Saturdays  of  each  month,  Pyth- 
ian Hall,  171  Genesee.  Commander,  Lewis 
H.  Dodge;  Senior  Vice  Commander,  A.  A. 
Lindsley. 

Wm.  H.  Reynolds  Post,  36 — Meets  first 
and  third  Saturdays,  G.  A.  R.  Hall,  Huron 
Block,  64  Seneca  St.  James  Swan,  Com- 
mander; George  C.  Schrader,  Quarter- 
master. 

Reynolds  Relief  Corps,  42 — Meets  second 
and  fourth  Wednesday  evenings,  Huron 
Block,  64  Seneca  St.  Mary  C.  Bewsee, 
President;  Nellie  Gavin,  Secretary;  Mrs. 
Alice    Johnson.    Treasurer. 

Utlca  Circle,  No.  17,  Ladles  of  the  G.  A. 
R. — Meets  first  and  third  Monday,  Pythian 
Hall,  171  Genesee  St.  President,  Mrs.  Car- 
rie   Roth;    Treasurer,    Mrs.    Mary    T.    Tue. 

Curran  Circle,  No.  19,  Ladles  of  the 
G.  A.  R. — President,  Mrs.  Lucy  Dority; 
Treasurer,   Mrs.  Maria  Ambrose. 

H.  H.  Wlnchell  Camp,  No.  43,  Sons  of 
Veterans — Meets  second  and  fourth  Mon- 
days, Pythian  Temple,  171  Genesee.  Com- 
mander,   W.    Leslie    Roberts;    Senior    Vice 


Commander,    H.    J.    Meaker. 

Oneida  County  Veterans'  Association — 
Meets  first  Thursday  in  each  month,  Pyth- 
ian Temple,  171  Genesee.  President,  John 
E.  Head;  Secretary,  George  R.^  Wright, 
Marcy,  N.   T. 

Camp  H.  H.  Wlnchell,  Ladles'  Auxiliary 
— Meets  fourth  Wednesday  of  each  month, 
Pythian  Hall,  171  Genesee.  President, 
Nellie    Gavin;    Secretary,    Jane    Mantor. 

Camp  Emerson  Llscum,  No.  33,  United 
Spanish  War  Veterans — Commander,  H.  P. 
Morris;  Senior  Vice  Commander,  Clinton 
Murtaugh. 

Camp  Emerson  Llscum,  Ladies'  Auxiliary, 
No.  23. — President,  Mrs.  Hannah  Warring- 
ton; Treasurer,  Mrs.  Melissa  Barrowman. 

Col.  Charles  H.  Ballou  Camp,  Sons  of 
Veterans — Commander,  A.  M.  Heath;  Sen- 
ior  Vice    Commander,    Fred   W.    Sutton. 

Camp  O.  Ross  Wheeler,  No.  .35,  United 
Spanish  War  Veterans — Commander,  M.  A. 
Cooper;  Senior  Vice  Commander,  John 
Shotthafer.  I 

Oneida  County  Sons  of  Veterans'  Asso- 
ciation— Meets  quarterly.  Secretary,  L.  H. 
Finch,    New   York   Mills. 

Louise  Hart  Tent,  No.  14,  Daughter*  of 
Veterans — President,  Miss  Nellie  R.  Bak- 
er; Treasurer,  Kittle  M.  Schell:  Secretary, 
Ellen  Smith.  Meets  second  and  fourth 
Tuesdays  at   Pythian   Temple. 


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Military   Organizations 


Second  Battalion,  First  Infantry,  N.  G. 
N.  Y. — Major  Henry  J.  Cookinham,  com- 
manding; 2nd  Lieut.,  Arthur  "J.  Foley; 
Quartermaster  and  Commissary;  'Major 
Daniel  C.  Dye,  Surgeon  M.  C. ;  Assemblies 
Friday   evenings. 

Co.  A,  1st  Infantry  (28th  Sep.  Co.),  N.  G. 
N.  Y. — Captain  George  J.  Winslow,  com- 
manding; 1st  Lieut.,  Edward  K.  Miller;  2nd 
Lieut.,  Frank  S.  Mahoney;  J.  F.  Win- 
genbach.    Surgeon    M.    C.      Drills    Monday 


evenings. 

Co.  B.,  1st  Infantry  (44th  Sep.  Co.),  N.  G. 
N.  Y. — Captain  Thomas  M.  Sherman,  com- 
manding; 1st  Lieut.,  Edward  Roberts:  2nd 
Lieut.,  Alfred  H.  Broadbent:  Captain.  Wil- 
liam H.  Beattie,  Surgeon  M.  C.  Drills 
Tuesday   evenings. 

Troop  G,  2nd  Cavalry — 62  Seneca.^  Cap- 
tain, A.  B.  Maynard;  1st  Lieut..  A.  W. 
Pickard. 


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Oneida  County  Medical  Society — Organ- 
ized in  July,  1806.  Meets  second  Tuesday 
tn  July,  October,  January  and  April.  Dr. 
T.  H.  Farrell,  President;  Secretary,  Dr. 
Wm.  B.  Roemer;  Treasurer,  Dr.  T.  Wood 
Clarke;   Librarian,   Dr.   Smith   Baker. 

Utica  Medical  Club — Meets  second 
Thursday  of  every  month.  President,  Dr. 
Raymond  Kempf;  Secretary  and  Treas- 
urer,   F.    S.    De  Long. 


Utica      Medical      Library      Association — 

Meets  first  Monday  of  every  month  at  The 
Albert.  President,  Dr.  Hyzer  W.  Jones; 
Secretary,  Dr.  Florence  Staunton,  14  Cot- 
tage PI.;  Treasurer,  Dr.  John  "W.  Bayhill; 
Librarian,    Dr.    Smith   Baker. 

Utica  Dental  Society — Meets  second 
Tuesday  at  The  Albert.  President,  Dr. 
H.  M.  Clapp;  Secretary,  Dr.  J.  C.  Tooke; 
Treasurer,  Dr.  F.  T.  Simmons. 


Musical   Organizations 

Bergner's  Military  Band  and  Orchestra — 
Otto   C.    Bergner,   Director,    219   James. 

B  Sharp  Musical  Club — Secretary,  Ger- 
trude Curran. 

Arbeiter  Saengerbund — President,  Her- 
man  Endres. 

Cymrelgyddlon  Society — Presiden'  R.  G. 
Lloyd;  Financial  Secretary,  John  Owen 
Thomas.  Meets  second  and  fourth  Mon- 
days  at   Arcanum    Temple. 

Germanla  Band — Charles  H.  Williams, 
Leader,  69  Genesee  St. 

Druid  Male  Chorus— Director,  John  G. 
Thomas. 

Haydn  Male  Chorus — President,  John 
Quincy  Hughes;  Secretary,  H.  Glyn  Thom- 
as;  Director,   D.    Lloyd   Davis. 

Imperial  Double  Quartet — President,  J.  Q. 
Hughes;    Secretary,    Reese    Jenkins. 

Koehl's  Orchestra — James  Koehl,  22 
Pearl,  Leader. 

Masonic  Glee  Club — President,  Eugene 
Simmerer;    Secretary,    John    G.   Jones. 

Nickel's  Orchestra — Daniel  W.  Nickel, 
Director  and   Manager,   251   South. 

Orpheus  Club — Musical  Director,  George 
Fischer,    46   Lansing. 

Rath's  Orchestra — John  Rath,  Director, 
108    Nichols    St. 

Ryan's  Orchestra — Edward  P.  Ryan,  Mu- 
sical  Director,    11%    Elm   St. 

St.  Vincent's  Cadet  Drum  Corps — (Larg- 
est in  the  State).  Director,  Brother  Greg- 
ory,   Rutger    St.,    corner    Taylor    Ave. 

The     Temple     Double     Quartet — Director, 


Alfred  J.  Bromley;  Secretary,  Henry  W. 
Rowley. 

28th  Separate  Company  Drum  Corps — 
Secretary,  Fred  C.  Perl,  115  Eagle  St. 
Meets   at    State   Armory. 

United  Male  Chorus — President,  R  O. 
Morris;  Secretary,  Thomas  E.  Thomas; 
Treasurer,   H.    Glynn   Thomas. 

Utica  Conservatory  of  Music  and  School 
of  Languages,  Elocution  and  Painting — 
Conservatory  Building,  New  Conservatory 
HaU,  29-35  Devereux  St.  Director,  Al- 
fred H.  Jay;  Musical  Director,  Johannes 
Magendanz. 

Utica  Maennerchor — President,  Jacob 
Agne;  Secretary,  William  Kuehnling; 
Treasurer,  Jacob  Erhardt.  Meets  at  323- 
329  Columbia  St.,  Maennerchor  Building, 
first   Monday   of   each   month. 

Utica  Municipal  Band — President,  Fred 
Manske;  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  Arthur 
Geary;  Director  and  Manager,  Lincoln 
Holroyd. 

Utica  Musicians'  Protective  Union,  No. 
51,  A.  F.  of  M. — Meets  first  Sunday  each 
month.  President,  _  Charles  H.  Williams; 
Vice  President,  Richard  Newman;  Secre- 
tary, James  A.  Scott,  Oriskany,  N.  Y.; 
Treasurer,    Otto    Bergner. 

Utica  Philharmonic  Society — (Mixed 
Voices),  (The  Utica  Male  Chorus  and  the 
Cecilian  Ladies'  Chorus  are  amalgamated 
with  this  society).  Director,  Prof.  J.  G. 
Thomas;    President,    E.    A.    Hieber. 


Masonic 


Masonic  Temple — 251  Genesee  St.  O.  A. 
'  Burnham,    Custodian.     . 

Masonic  Association  of  Utica — John  W. 
Boyle,  President;  John  H.  Grant,  Treas- 
urer; Arthur  S.  Thayer,  Secretary.  Trus- 
tees: Arthur  S.  Thayer,  Utica  Lodge,  No. 
47;  Henry  L.  Bowes,  Oriental  Lodge,  No. 
224;  John  B.  Whitten,  Oneida  Chapter,  No. 
57;  Fred  O.  Jones,  TJtica  Commandery, 
No.  3;  John  H.  Grant,  Ziyara  Temple. 
Trustees  of  Masonic  Sinking  Fund:  Pres- 
ident, Geo.  L.  Bradford;  Secretary,  Wm. 
E.  Reusswig;  Treasurer,  Ebenezer  Lamb. 

D.  D.  G.  M.,  26th  Masonic  District— 
J.   Soley   Cole,   Utica. 

Utica  Lodge,  No.  47,  F.  &  A.  M. — Arthur 
D.  Evans,  Master;  Charles  >T.  Evans, 
Secretary.  Meets  second  and  last  Mondays 
in    each    month. 

Oriental  Lodge,  No.  224,  F.  &  A.  M.— 
James  T.  Somers,  Master;  Clarence  Stet- 
son, Secretary.  Meets  second  and  fourth 
•Tuesdays    in    each    month. 

Faxton  Lodge,  No.  697,  F.  &  A.  M.— 
S.    G.    Merriman,    Master;    John    E.    Peters, 


Secretary.  Meets  first  and  third  Mondays 
in    each    month. 

Oneida  Chapter,  No.  57,  R.  A.  M. — Lewis 
N.  White,  H.  P.;  Henry  Chatfield,  Sec- 
retary. Meets  first  and  third  Tuesdays 
in   each   month. 

Utica  Commandery,  No.  3,  K.  T. — Rich- 
ard A.  George,  Eminent  Commander; 
Charles  T.  Evans,  Recorder.  Meets  first 
and  third  Fridays  in*  each  month. 

Ziyara  Temple,  N.  M.  S. — G.  M.  Fisher, 
Potentate;  E.  Searls  Jones,  Recorder. 
Meets   first   Wednesday   in   each   month. 

Yahnundahsls  Lodge  of  Perfection — 
Richard  A.  George,  T.  P.  M.;  Dr.  Leroy 
H.  Jones,  Secretary.  Meets  second  and 
fourth   Thursdays. 

Yahnundahsls  Council,  Princes  of  Jeru- 
salem— Lewis  R.  Mather,  S.  P.  G.  M.;  Dr. 
Leroy  H.  Jones,  Secretary. 

Yahnundahsls  Chapter  of  Rose  Croix — 
L.  H.  Jones,  Secretary.  Meets  subject  to 
call. 

Order  of  Eastern  Star,  Imperial  Court, 
No.    17,    of   the    Amaranth — Royal   Matron, 


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Mrs.  Mary  E.  Perry;  Secretary,  Mrs.  Emily 
P.   Greer.     Meets  first   Thursday. 

Jesse  B.  Anthony  Court  of  the  Amaranth 
— Royal  Matron,  Mrs.  Martha  Halwig;  Sec- 
retary, Mrs.  Ida  M.  Salisbury.  Meets  third 
Thursday  In   each  month. 

Temple  Chapter,  No.  300,  Order  of  East- 
ern Star" — Mrs.  Abbie  T.  Murray,  W.  M. ; 
Florence  L.  Tarbox,  Secretary.     Meets  sec- 


ond   and    fourth    Fridays. 

Utica  Chapter,  No.  452,  O.  E.  S.— Mrs. 
Mary  H.  Clcotte  .  W.  M. ;  Elizabeth  II. 
Kuhl,  Secretary.  Meets  second  and  fourth 
Wednesdays    at    Masonic    Temple. 

Masonic       Craftsman's      Club — Secretary, 
Hugh    T.    Foulkes. 


Independent   Order    of   Odd    Fellows 

Odd    Fellows'    Temple — Corner    Columbia 


and   Washington   Sts. 

District  Deputy  Grand  Master  of  Oneida 
District,    No.    1— N.    B.    Eldridge.      . 

Odd  Fellows'  Memorial  Committee — 
Chaarles  Walker,  Chairman;  N.  B.  Eld- 
redge,    Secretary. 

Odd  Fellows'  Union  ~of  Utica — John  J. 
Hughes,  President;  Secretary  and  Treas- 
urer, A.  Villard  James,  55  Lansing  St. 
Meets  third  Monday  of  each  month  at  Odd 
Fellows'   Temple. 

.  Odd  Fallows'  Relief  Association — A.  Wil- 
iard  James,  President;  D.  A.  Carter,  Sec- 
retary;   Louis    Ruden,    Treasurer. 

Odd  Fellows'  Ready  Relief  Association — 
President,  N.  B.  Eldridge;  Secretary,  S. 
Hoag  Ackroyd,  4  Cooper  St.;  Treasurer, 
R.    G.    Roberts. 

Oneida  Lodge,  No.  70 — Meets  Thursday 
evening  at  Odd  Fellows'  Temple.  Record- 
ing Secretary,  A.  V.  Brockway,  36  Milgate; 
Treasurer,   F.   A.   Thomas. 

Skenandoah  Lodge,  No.  95 — Meets 
Tuesday  evening  at  Odd  Fellows'  Temple. 
N.  G.,  John  W.  Gates;  Recording  Sec- 
retary, A.  D.  Eldred,  New  Hartford,  N.  Y. ; 
Treasurer,  W.  J.  Eraim. 
-  Schuyler  Lodge,  No.  147— Meets  Wednes- 
day evening  at  Odd  Fellows'  Temple.  N.  G., 
Elmer  C.  Filkins;  Recording  Secretary, 
Frank    Gorton;    Treasurer,    Jos.    Ackroyd. 

Central      City      Lodge,      No.      68 — Meets 


Thursday  evening  at  Arcanum  Temple, 
Devereux  St.  N.  G.,  Howard  J.  Ames; 
Secretary,  James  Piatt;  Treasurer,  Ernest 
Atkins. 

Allemarfla  Lodge,  No.  186 — Meets 
Wednesday  evening  at  Arcanum  Temple, 
Devereux  St.  N.  G.,  Harold  r  Hand;  Re- 
cording Secretary,  Theodore  Gschwind; 
Treasurer,    John    F.    Brand. 

Trl-Mount  Encampment,  No.  24 — Meets 
second  and  fourth  Fridays  of  each  month 
at  Odd  Fellows'  Temple.  C.  P.,  Arthur 
O.  Kingssbury;  Treasurer,  Jos.  Ackroyd. 

Steuben  Encampment,  No.  57 — Meets  at 
Arcanum  Temple  second  and  fourth 
Thursdays  of  each  month.  C.  P.,  Chas. 
Mohr;  Scribe,  C.  F.  Jones;  Treasurer,  G.  A. 
Haensel. 

Canton  Utica,  No.  23 — Meets  first  and 
third  Monday  of  each  month  at  Odd  Fel- 
lows' Temple.  Captain,  John  W.  Gates; 
Clerk,    Henry    Mickle. 

Golden  Star  Rebekah  Lodge,  No.  243 — 
Meets  second  and  fourth  Mondays  of  each 
month  at  Pythian  Temple.  N.  G.,  Mrs. 
Laura  Greer;  Recording  Secretary.  Mrs. 
Elizabeth  McMaster;  Treasurer,  Minnie 
Griffiths. 

Utica  Rebekah  Lodge,  No.  157 — Meets 
first  and  third  Friday  of  each  month  at 
Odd' Fellows'  Temple.  X.  G.,  Flora  Deuel; 
Recording  Secretary,  Rosetta  Murdock; 
Treasurer,    Minnie    Griffith. 


Independent   Order   of   Foresters 


Foresters  of  America,  Court  Horatio 
'  Seymour, '  No.  462 — C.  R.,  Frank  Wenner; 
Recording  Secretary,  Louis  A.  Biel,  125 
Taylor  Aye. 

Companion  Court  Martin,  No.  236,  Inde- 
pendent Order  of  Foresters — C.  R.,  Eliza- 
beth J.  Ryan;  Recording  Secretary,  Jennie 
G.   Morris. 

Star  of  Utica  Council,  No.  578,  Compan- 
ions of  Foresters — Meets  at  Huron  Hall 
second  and  fourth  Wednesdays.  C.  C,  Mrs. 
Mary   Heller;    Secretary,    Mrs.    Stokes. 

Gen.  R.  U.  Sherman  Circle,  No.  833,  Com- 
panions of  the  Foresters  of  America — 
Emma  McCracken,  C.  C;  Mary  Hardy,  Sec- 

Star  of  Utica  Circle,  No.  350— C.  C,  Mrs. 
Francis  Jones;  Secretary,  Mrs.  Sophie 
Wilson.       / 


Court  Fort  Schuyler,  No.  1519,  Independ- 
end  Order"  of  Foresters — C.  R.,  W.  J.  Mor- 
ris; Recording  Secretary,  A.  J.  Carr,  190 
Neilson  St.  Meets  first  and  third  Fridays, 
Foster   Hall.   131   Genesee. 

Court  Tyron,  No.  3879,  Independent 
Order  of  Foresters — Meets  the  second  Wed- 
nesday of  each  month  at  Pythian  Hall,  171 
Genesee.  C.  P..,  Edward  Fellows;  Record- 
ing  Secretary,   Charles  F.   Treen. 

Court  Conkllng,  No.  4221,  Independent 
Order  of  Foresters— C.  R.,  William  Baker; 
Recording  Secretary,  G.  P.  Bralnard.  Meets 
second  and  fourth  Wednesdays  at  Rebekah 
Hall.    Odd   Fellows'   Temple. 

Foresters  of  America,  Court  City  of 
Utica,  No.  350 — C.  R.,  Nick  Camelo;  Re- 
cording Secretary  an  d  Treasurer,  Nick 
Yapalo. 


Knights    of    Pythias 


All  Pythian  organizations  meet  at  Pyth- 
ian Castle  Hall,  171  Genesee. 

Founder  Rathbone  Lodge,  No.  290 — Meets 
every  Friday  evening,  C.  C,  Charles  B. 
Austin;  K.  R.  S.,  A.  C.  Slttlg. 


Samuel  Reed  Lodge,  No.  378  (Incorp.)  — 
Meets  every  Tuesday.  C.  C,  Clayton  S. 
McLean;  E.  Of  XL  ft  S.,  William  M.  Heim- 
hllger. 

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D.    C.    Quant,    Secretary   and    Treasurer. 

K.  of  P.  Past  Chancellors'  Association — 
President,  A.  C.  Sittlg;  Financial  Secre- 
tary and  Treasurer,  Ernest  Schultz,  nion; 
Corresponding  Secretary,  W.  D.  Jones. 

Louise  Sanger  Temple,  No.  9 — Meets  sec- 


ond and  fourth  Wednesdays.  C,  Mrs. 
Pearl  Vogel;  M.  of  R.,  Mrs.  Jessie-  Ed- 
wards. 

Utlca  Co.,  No.  52,  Unifor  Rank  K.  of  P. 
— Meets  Pythian  Hall.  Captain,  G.  E.  C. 
Kenyon. 


Improved    Order    of    Red    Men 


Past  Sachems'  Association — President, 
C.  W.  Rudolph;  Secretary,  J.  K.  O'Connor; 
Treasurer,   R.   A.   George. 

Theyandenaga  Tribe,  No.  113 — Thomas 
A.  Fletcher,  Sachem;  J.  K.  O'Connor,  C. 
of  R.;  K.  of  W.,  A  S.  Malsan.  Meets  sec- 
ond and  fourth  Fridays  in  Maennerchor 
Hall,    Columbia   St.  • 

Teugega  Tribe,  No.  138 — Sachem,  George 
Steinhorst;  K.  of  W.,  A.  D.  Lane;  C.  of  R, 
R  J.  Griffiths.     Meets  first  and  third  Mon- 


days at  Maennerchor  Hall,   Columbia  St. 

St.  Regis  Tribe,  No.  188 — Michael  Wine- 
gar,  Sachem;  C.  of  R.,  Richard  A.  George; 
K.  of  W.,  Charles  Walker.  Meets  second 
and  fourth  Mondays  at  Maennerchor  Hall, 
Columbia  St. 

Twadahadlodahque  Tribe,  No.  286 — 
William  Danner,  Sachem;  C.  of  R.,  Geo.  T. 
Lilwall;  K.  of  W.,  H.  J.  Timm.  Meets 
second  and  fourth  Thursdays  at  Maenner- 
chor  Hall.    Columbia    St, 


Royal  Arcanum 


Imperial  Council,  No.  70 — Regent,  Joseph 
H.  Miller;  Treasurer,  John  A.  Bowes;  Sec- 
retary, Joseph  F.  Cleveland,  33  Dev- 
ereux;  Collector,  Edward  B.  Cash.  Meets 
at  Arcanum  Temple  second  and  fourth 
Fridays   of   each   month. 

Imperial  Relief  Association— President, 
John  A.  Bowes;  Secretary  and  Treasurer, 
Edward  B.   Cash. 

Royal  Arcanum  Club — President,  Thos. 
F.  McKeough;  Secretary,  T.  O.  Cole;  Treas- 


urer,   George   E.    Ormsbee. 

Fort  Schuyler  Council,  No.  404 — Regent, 
William  Herbrandt,  Jr.;  Secretary,  Henry 
Scheel;  Treasurer,  Jeremiah  Gomph;  Col- 
lector, John  E.  Jones.  Meets  first  and 
third   Fridays   at   Arcanum   Temple. 

Royal  Arcanum  Hospital  Bed  Fund 
Association  of  Utica  and  New  York  Mills 
— President,  B.  McDermott;  Secretary, 
John  J.  Hallstab;  Treasurer,  John  A. 
Bowes,   53   Broadway. 


Knmhts  of   Maccabees 


Maccabee  Temple — Shubert  Bldg.,  207 
Bleecker. 

The  hall  and  general  business  affairs  are 
under  the  supervision  of  the 

Utlca  Maccabees'  Association — President, 
M.  Shiman;  Treasurer,  Herman  C.  Peter- 
son.    Meets  at  call  of  the  President. 

Baron  Steuben  Tent,  K.  O.  T.  M. — Com- 
mander, I.  Denovski;  R.  K.,  Robert  Gold- 
bas,  50  Broad  St.  Meets  second  and  fourth 
Wednesdays   at   Huron  Hall. 

Fort  Schuyler  Tent,  K.  O.  T.  M.,  No.  470 
— .Commander,  Fred  M.  Paddon;  Secretary 
and  Treasurer,  John  J.  Grestl.  Meets  second 
and    fourth    Mondays,    Maccabees'    Temple. 


Fort  Schuyler  Sick  Aid  Society — Meets 
third  Friday,  Maccabees'  Temple.  Presi- 
dent, John  Balch;  Secretary,  John  J. 
Grestle,  1519  Whitesboro  St. 

LaFayette  Hive,  L.  O.  T.  M.,  No.  138— 
R.  K.,  Mrs.  Sarah  Lynch;  C,  Mrs.  Kather-. 
ine   Latcher. 

Utica  Tent,  K.  O.  T.  M.,  No.  293— C, 
Charles  Stephenson;  R.  K.,  Ed  T.  Moore. 
Meets  first  and  third  Mondays  at  Macca- 
bees'   Temple. 

-Utica  Hive,  Mo.  251,  L.  O.  T.  M. — C, 
Mrs.  Mary  A.  Rohm;  R.  K.,  Kittle  M. 
Dicks,  121  Miller  St.  Meets  first  and  third 
Tuesdays.     Maccabees'   Temple. 


Knights    of    Honor 


Utica   Lodge,   No.  1979— William  F.  Ryan, 
D.;  P.  E.  Kelly,  Treasurer;  W.  H.  McCann, 

Reporter.     Meets  first  and  third  Tuesdays, 
219-221    Bleecker. 


Mohawk  Valley  Lodge,  No.  1615 — John 
T.  Evans,  Reporter.  Meets  second  and 
fourth   Wednesdays   at    116   Arcade. 


Harugari 


Harugari,  Oneida  District  Council — Dep- 
uty, Louis  F.  Vogel;   Clerk,  George  Moser. 

John  Hahn  Mannle,  No.  68,  D.  O.  H.— 
O.  G,  Karl  Henzinger;  Secretary,  Gotlieb 
Fasler;  Treasurer,  Herman  Peters.  Meets 
second  Wednesday  of  each  month,  at  Maen- 
nerchor  Building. 

Emsicht  Lodge,  No.  153,  D.  O.  H.— Sec- 
retary, Mrs.   Sebastian   Schnitt. 

Utlca  Lodge,  No.  242,  D.  O.  H.— O.  B., 
Albert  Hansel;  Secretary,  Joseph  Wehl; 
Treasurer,  Henry  Bingel.  Meets  second 
Tuesday  evening  at  Music  Hall,  Columbia 
St. 


Karl  Marx  Lodge,  No.  481,  D.  O.  H.— 
President,  F.  Keuerleber;  Secretary,  Gus- 
tave  Sorensen,  160  Schuyler  St. ;  Treasurer, 
Albin  Saenger.  Meets  first  and  third  Mon- 
days  at   Odd  Fellows'   Hall. 

Friendship  Lodge,  No.  551,  D.  O.  H. — 
William  Dobler,  President;  Secretary,  Geo. 
Moser,  45  Parker  St.;  Treasurer,  M.  C. 
Cook.  Meets  at  Rebekah  Hall,  Odd  Fel- 
lows' Temple,  third  Tuesday  of  each 
month. 

Harugari  Guard,  Ladles'  Circle — Secre- 
tary, Mrs.  Sebastian  Schmitt,  205  Churchill 
Ave. 


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Ancient   Order 

COUNTY    OFFICERS 
President — John    T.    Buckley,   Utlca. 
Vice    President — James   L.    Dempsey,    Clin- 
ton. 
Recording     Secretary — Charles     M.     Ganey, 

Whltesboro. 
Financial ,  Secretary — John   Dempsey,   Clay- 

ville. 
Treasurer — Joseph    W.    Bogan,    Rome. 
Chaplain — Rev.   James  J.  Carson,  Rome. 
UTICA    DIVISIONS 
No.    2 — President,    Thomas    Breen,    Vice 
President,    Thomas    F.    O'Reilly;    Financial 
Secretary,    T.    Frank    Donohue;   Treasurer, 
D.    J.    Phelan.      Meets   rst  and   third    Mon- 
days  at  Foster  Hall. 

No.   6 — President,   Peter  J.   Keenan;   Vice 


of   Hibernians 

President,  Martin  McManus;  Recording 
Secretary,  Frederick  E.  Duffy;  Financial 
Secretary,  George  C.  Dwyer;  Treasurer, 
James  T.  Barrett.  Meets  first  and  third 
Tuesdays  at  Hibernian  Bldg. 

No.  7 — President,  John  Shea;  Vice  Pres- 
ident, Patrick  Sullivan:  Financial  Sec- 
retary, John  R.  Plummer;  Treasurer — John 
G.  Buckley.  Meets  second  and  fourth 
Thursdays  at  Madigan's  Hall,  Elm  and  Hu- 
bart  Sts. 

No.  11 — President,  Lawrence  F.  Simons; 
Vice  President,  John  Burke;  Recording 
Secretary,  Wallace  P.  Rodgers;  Financial 
Secretary,  Stephen  F.  Vaughn;  Treasurer, 
Edward  T.  Crowe.  Meets  second  and 
fourth   Mondays   at   St.    Patrick's   Hall. 


COUNTY  OFFICERS 
President — Miss  Mary  G.  Redmond,  Utica. 
Vice  President — Mrs.  Ellen  Donovan,  Utica. 
Secretary — Miss    Gertrude    M.    Flynn,    New 

Hartford. 
Treasurer — Mrs.   M.   J.   Halligan,   Utica. 

UTICA  AUXILIARIES 
fslo.  2 — President,  Miss  Mary  E.  Skillin; 
Vice  President,  Miss  Mary  Reardon;  Re- 
cording Secretary,  Mrs.  Mary  Leary;  Fin- 
ancial Secretary,  Mrs.  Catharine  Curran; 
Treasurer,    Mrs.    Elizabeth   Roberts. 

No.     6 — President,     Mrs.     Rena     Adrean; 


Ladies'  Auxiliary,    A.    O.    H. 


Vice  President,  Mi  Sarah  C.  Mahar;  Re- 
cording Secretary,  Miss  Julia  C.  McMan- 
amon;  Financial  Secretary — Mrs.  Elizabeth 
Irving;    Treasurer,   Miss   Louise   Sheehan. 

No.  7 — President,  Mrs.  Ellen  Donovan; 
Vice  President,  Mrs.  Caldwell;  Recording 
Secretary,  Mrs.  Mary  Madigan;  Financial 
Secretary,  Miss  Mayme  McMahon;  Treas- 
urer,   Miss    Lillian    Shimmel. 

No.  11— President,  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Halli- 
gan; Vice  President,  Miss  Bessie  Becker; 
Recording  Secretary,  Mrs.^  Mary  Towne; 
Financial  Secretary,  Miss  Nellie  McCann; 
Treasurer,    Mrs.    Hanrahan. 


Rates   of    Postage 


Domestic  Postage — To  all  parts  of  the 
United  States,  including  Hawaii,  Porto 
Rico,  the  Philippine  Islands,  Guam,  Tu- 
tuila,  and  the  "Canal  Zone;"  also  to  Can- 
ada, Mexico,  the  Republica  of  Panama, 
Cuba,  and  the  United  States  Postal 
Agency  at  Shanghai,  and  (for  letters 
only)  to  Great  Britain  and  Ireland,  and  by 
direct  steamer  to  the  German   Empire. 

First  Class  Matter — Letters  or  sealed 
matter,  2  cents  an  ounce  or  fraction 
thereof.  Postal  cards,  1  cent  each;  with 
paid  reply,  2  cents  each.  Private  Mailing 
Cards    (Post-cards),    1    cent   each. 

Second  Class  Matter — Newspapers  and 
other  periodical  publications  bearing  no- 
tice of  entry  as  second  class  matter,  when 
sent  by  publishers  or  news  agents,  1  cent 
a  pound  or  fraction  thereof  (to  Canada,  1 
cent  for  each  four  ounces  or  fractional 
part  thereof);  when  sent  by  others,  1  cent 
for  each  four  ounces  or  fractional  part 
thereof. 

Third  Class  Matter — Books,  Circulars, 
Pamphlets,  Proof  Sheets,  or  other  printed 
matter,  and  letters  written  in  point  print 
or  raised  characters  used  by  the  blind,  1 
cent  for  each  two  ounces  or  fractional  part 
thereof  sent  to  a  single  adaress. 

Fourth  Class  Matter — This  is  the  class  of 
matter  that  is  embraced  under  the  Parcel 
Post  Regulations.  Fourth  class  mail  mat- 
ter shall  embrace  all  other  matter,  Includ- 
ing farm  and  factory  products,  not  now 
embraced  by  law  in  either  the  first,  sec- 
ond or  third  class,  not  exceeding  eleven 
pounds  In  weight,  nor  greater  in  size  than 


seventy-two    Inches    In    length    and    girth 

combined,  nor  in  form  or  kind  likely  io  In-       ter— One   (1)   cents  for  two  ounces 

1  or  weight  of  same,  four  pounds  six 


jure  the  person  of  any  postal  employee  or 
damage  the  mail  equipment  or  other  mail 
matter  and  not  of  a  character  perishable 
within  a  period  reasonably  required  for 
transportation  and   delivery. 

Registered  Matter — Ten  (10)  cents  in  ad- 
dition to  the  regular  postage. 

Special  Delivery — Ten  (10)  cents  In  ad- 
dition to  the  regular  postage,  to  be  prepaid 
either  by  a  special  delivery  stamp  or  by 
ordinary  stamps;  in  the  latter  case  the 
words  "Special  Delivery"  must  be  written 
on   the  fare   of  the   letter  or  package. 

Postal  Money  Orders — For  orders  not 
exceeding  $2.50,  3  cents;  $2.50  to  $5,  5 
cents;  $5  to  $10,  8  cents;  $10  to  $20,  10 
cents;  $20  to  $30,  12  cents;  $30  to  $40,  16 
cents;  $40  to  $50,  IS  cents;  $50  to  $60,  20 
cents;  $60  to  $75,  25  cents;  $75  to  $100,  30 
cents. 

Second,  Third  and  Fourth  Class  Matter 
will  not  be  remailed  or  returned  except  on 
prepayment  of  regular  postage  for  the 
same. 

Foreign  Postage — To  all  countries  In- 
cluded in  the  Universal  Postal  Union,  ex- 
cept Canada,  Mexico,  Cuba,  the  Republic 
of  Panama,  Shanghai,  and  (for  letters 
only)  Great  Britain  and  Ireland,  and  by 
direct  steamer  to   the  German   Empire. 

For  Letters — Five  (5)  cents  for  the  first 
ounce   or   fraction   of   an   ounce   and    three 

(3)  cents    for    each    additional    ounce    or 
fraction   of  an   ounce. 

For  Post  Cards  (official  or  private) — Two 
(2)   cents   each  for  single   cards,   and   four 

(4)  cents  for  double  cards. 
For  Newspapers  and  other  printed  mat- 
Limit 

ounces. 


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For  Commercial  Papers — jblve  (5)  cents 
for  the  first  (10)  ounces  or  less,  and  one 
(1)  cent  for  each  additional  two  (2) 
ounces  or  fraction  of  two  (2)  ounces. 

Samples  of  Merchandise  (of  no  salable 
value) — Two  (2)  cents  for  packages  not 
in  excess  of  four  (4)  ounces,  one  (1)  cent 
for  each  two  (2)  ounces  or  fraction  there- 
of in  excess  of  four  (4)  ounces.  Limit  6f 
weight  of  same,  twelve  (12)  ounces. 


Registration  Fee — Ten  (10)  cents  in  ad- 
dition to  regular  foreign  postage. 

International  Money  Orders — For  orders 
not  exceeding  $10,  10  cents;  $10  to  $20,  20 
cents;  $20  to  $30,  30  cents;  $30  to  $40,  40 
cents;  $40  to  $50,  50  cents;  $50  to  $60,  60 
cents;  $60  to  $70,  70  cents;  $70  to  $80,  80 
cents;  $80  to  $90,  90  cents;  $90  to  $100,  $1.00. 
(For  twenty  foreign  counties  the  rate  are 
lower.     See  Postal  Guide  for  list.) 


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Headquarters  202  East  12th  Street,  New  York 


Organized  November,  1898 


OFFICERS 


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Second  Vice-President  W.  H.  LEE,  New  Haven,  Conn. 
Secretary-Treasurer  -  W.  H.  BATES,  New  York 
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First.  To  improve  the  directory  business  by  inter- 
change of  ideas,  and  by  the  exchange  of  competent 
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advertising  schemes  operated  under  the  name  of  Direc- 
tories, and  to  drive  such  publishers  out  of  the  business. 

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ployment for  honest  and  faithful  directory  canvassers. 

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members  of  the  association. 

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Street  and  Block  Directory 


OF  THE 


CITY  OF  UTICA 

1913 

A  Complete  and  Authentic  Block:  System  of  th« 
Streets,  Avenues,  Business  Blocks  and 
Alleys  of  the  City  of  Utica 

Copyright,  1913  by  The  Utica  Directory  Publishing  Co. 


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ACADEMY     STREET 

Bleecker    to    57     Elizabeth — 5th     Ward. 
Chancellor    Square. 
Public    School. 

ADDISON     STREET 

Green    to    Gray    Ave. — 14   Ward. 
2  Edward  Hendricks. 
4  Fred    Taffner. 
6  Jacob    Maus. 
8  James  J.   McCann. 
10  Johnston    G.    Somers. 

ADDINGTON    PIACE 

126    Elm    to    176    Steuben— 7th    Ward. 

1-19  Vacant  lots. 

2  John   M.    Lloyd.  I 

2  Vacant. 

4  Anne    O'Connor. 

4  David    Parry. 

6  Mrs.    R.    Frank   Jones. 

6  John    J.     Daniels. 

8  Frank    T.    Claesgens. 

8  John  M.  Edwards. 
10  Mrs.    S.    Li.    Trask. 
10  Hubert    M.    Jones. 
12-16  Vacant  lots. 
High   St.    Begins. 

18  Franklin    M.    Merriam. 

19  Daniel   M.   Britton. 

19  Otto  C.   Haberer. 

20  John  Griffith. 

20  Thomas  J.  Owen. 

21  Owen   Owens. 

22  Joseph  P.  Humphrey. 

22  John    W.    Lynch. 

23  Owen    E.    Williams. 

23  T.    William    Harris. 

24  Joseph  Whipple. 
24  Thos.  F.   Stokes. 
26  James   A.    Sanford. 
26  Edward    Lloyd. 

26  G.    Gilbert   Tule. 

27  New   House. 

28  John    P.    Williams. 

-     29  Mrs.  Marie  Stlllman. 
31  John  Eichler. 

AIKEN    STREET-, 

78  Cornelia   to   320   State — 3d   Ward. 
1-7  Curtis  Dancing  Hall. 
4  George   A.    Tyler. 
6  Miss  M.  S.  Newell. 
8  E.  B.  Bryant. 


706 


9  William    Mackey. 

9  Mrs.    Cora    B.    Feather. 

10  Sarah  Rothstein. 

11  Harry  J.  Williams. 

11  Frank  J.  Brooks. 

12  Jeremiah    F.    Murphy. 

13  Edward   Rowell.. 

13%  Elizabeth    M.    Jones. 

14  Samuel    Cook. 

15  Charlotte    Foulkes. 

16  Thomas    V.    Church. 

17  Emery  D.   Dempster. 

17  William    Pollard. 

18  Nathan  Levy. 

18  Edwin  McCracken. 

19  Hyde   C.    Baird. 

19  Vacant. 

20  Barney   Krohn. 

21  Mrs.   Anne   Jones. 

21  James    B.    Cook. 

22  George    A.    Snyder. 

23  Edward   K.    McElwalne. 

24  William     Diefenbach. 

24  Philip    Jacobson. 

25  Jennie  M.  Edwards. 
25  John  Watkins. 

25  Thos.  R.  Jones. 

26  Jacob   Joseph. 

26  Miles  Krohn. 

27  Edward     F.     Leonard. 

27  Willis  H.  Jones. 

28  Mark  Carmody. 

28  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Lent. 
28  Nathan   J.    Dempster. 
28  Joseph    Simon. 

28  Harry  Bates. 

29  George   B.   Clark. 
29  James  McManus 
31  John    E.    Fagan. 
31  Henry  J.   Gibbons. 

33  Lawrence  R.  Corr. 

34  Mrs.  Marie  Dickens. 

ALBANY    STREET 

Bleecker    to    City    Line— 8th    and    13th 
Wards. 
1  Annie  J.  Lackey.  / 

3  Anna   L.   DeLong. 

3  Dr.  John  R.  Devlne 

4  Mrs.    Delia   Sage. 
6  Vacant    lot. 

6  Rocco  Laurla. 
8  Syrian. 


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MAHER  BROTHERS 

EVERYTHING  THAT  BOYS 
AND  MEN  WEAR 

OPPOSITE  NEW  HOTEL  UTIOA. 


ALBANY     STREET 

9  Westel    E.    Smith. 
10  William   H.   McCoy. 
Ij.  John    Sinnott. 

12  Vacant    lot. 

13  Italians.. 

14  Arthur  A.  Albrecht. 

15  Henry   J.    Simon. 

15  Raymond  F.  Borden. 

16  Louis  Donate 

16  Joseph  Scalise-. 

17  Casper   Simon. 

18  Vacant    lot. 

19  Charles   J.    Albrecht. 

20  Vacant  lot. 

21  Vincent  DeLalla. 

22  Tony  Ricco. 

22  Joseph    Tranquilla. 

23  Italians. 

25  Mrs.    Sarah  M.   Harris. 

25  William   H.    Hunt. 

26  Fred    Montemurro. 
26%  Herbert   A.    Kilborn. 

27  Frank    M.    Henry. 

29  Fredico  Riccardi. 

31  Mrs.  Hildegard  Pfdlhls. 
Elizabeth    St.   Crosses. 

28  Vacant   store. 
28  Vacant. 

28  William    Smith. 

30  Wilson    Wheeler. 

30  Clinton  B.  Lamphere. 
30  Henry    Shafer    &    Son. 
'    32  Elmer   E.    Newman. 

32  Mrs.     Mary    Robinson. 

33  Vacant   lot. 

34  George   P.    Gee. 

34  James  Ludlow. 

35  Thomas    G.    Venn. 

36  Robert  D.  Lindsley. 
36  Fred  Rotach. 

36  Mary   Morris. 

36  John   Kapp. 

37  Arnold    J.    Schweizer, 

37  Margaret    Sollner. 

38  Bert   J.   Johnson. 

39  Timothy  Burke. 

39  Herman    Loewenberg. 

40  Vacant. 

41^  Earl  Whitford. 
"  41  Patrick  Cantwell. 
42  Margaret   Bramsley. 

42  Mrs.    Mary   Ronan. 

43  Arnold    J.    Schweizer, 

43  Albert  Bloomfield. 

44  Tony    Sorrentino. 

45  Wilbur  BofC. 


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45  Ira  Melvine. 

46  S.    LeRoy    Burke. 

47  Martin  T.  Kelley. 

47  Edward   Agne. 
49  Vacant. 

51  Boyle's  Home  Bakery. 
51  William    G.    Clark. 
51  Mrs.  Jessie   Gardner. 
51  Louis  J.   Kempany. 

51  Vacant. 
Mary  St.  Crosses. 

48  Mary  Kandley. 
48  Vacant. 

52  Peter  J.  Marrow. 

53  Vacant. 

54  Ray  Holdridge. 

54  William  Quinlan. 

55  Pasquale   Mangano. 

55  Joseph   Focazio. 

56  Franz    Beetz    &    Son. 
56  Mary   A.    Zimmer. 

56  Joseph    A.    Regensburger. 

57  Fred  Bremer. 

58  Vacant    lot.     ■ 
,          59  Chas.   Mitsler. 

60  Beetz    &     Draschil. 
60  B.  Frank  Stuber. 

60  Margaret  Stuber. 

61  Charles  McAbery. 

61  James  J.  Dillon. 
63  Geo.   G.   Emens. 

63  Daniel   A.    Dyer. 
65  John  P.  Jones. 

65  Fred  A.  Kaelin. 
67  George  Lange 

67  Edward   McQuade.    ' 

69  Vacant   lot.  x 
Blandina   St.   Crosses. 

No.  5  Engine  House. 

62  Edward   S.  Martin. 

64  Vacant. 

66  Catherine  Cross. 

68  Armenians. 

70  Francis    J.    Riddell. 

72  Katherine    Comerford. 
74  Bethany    Church. 
Lansing    St.    Crosses. 
J    79  Barn. 

SI  Edward  Kennedy. 

81  Mrs.  Margaret   Morris. 
83  Ellen  McAndrew. 

83  Mrs.   Mary  Kaelin. 
85  Henry  McCoy. 

85  Earl   Burt. 

87  Samuel  F.  Slade. 
S7  Marshall  Howard. 
89  Edward  J.  Clark. 

89  Vacant. 

59  Wesley  L.  Hovey. 
Lansing    St.    Crosses. 

82  Edward    E.    Main. 
82  Mrs.    Anna    Burns. 
82  William   Lowery. 

84  Gardner  Van   Vorst. 

86  Bertrand  J.   Riker. 
86%   Mrs.   Carrie  Getman. 

88  Dr.    Frank   H.    Preston. 

90  John  G.  Emdtn. 

90  Dr.  John   H.   Watson. 
90  James  Williams. 

90  M*rs.  Mina  Corbett. 

91  Vacant. 
Kossuth    Ave.    Crosses. 

92  James  C.  McFadden. 

93  Clinton  A.  Waitt. 
93  Robert  Quinn. 

93  Merton  Moore- 


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93  Frederick     Greer. 
93  Richard  N.  Manning. 
95  Margaret    Bender. 
,         95  Gilbert    Danford.  -. 

95  LeRoy  H.  Bender. 

97  Theodore  Spangenberg. 
97  Clara  P.  Bryan. 
97  Wm.   Shanley. 
99  George    Banquer. 
99  Clara    Whittaker. 
Rutger    St.    Crosses. 

96  Mrs.   Sarah  L.   Hill. 
93-100  Vacant  lots. 

101  U.  T.  K.  Creamery. 
Mason    St.    Begins. 

102  Thomas  E.  Dolphin. 

102  Philip    D.    Tooke. 

103  Frank  Shaw. 
105  Jacob  Johnson. 

105  William  Brennan.         __, 

104  Fred'k  Edwards. 

108  Mrs.    Catharine   Berger. 

108  Frank  R  Berger. 

109  G.  Ross  Sherman. 
112  David  A.  Johnson. 
114  Vacant. 

114  Alfred   Wallace. 

115  Vacant  lot. 

116  Joshua  Bailey. 

116  Mrs.    Clara    Jones. 

117  Alvin   H.   Mack. 

117  James   D.   Fitzpatrick. 
119  Lewis    G.    "Wallace. 

119  Clyde    Brinck. 

120  George    Hartman. 

120  Montgomery    Tremble. 

121  Carrie    B.    Sherman. 

122  William  Terrell. 

122  Charles  Ransome. 

123  Howard   F.    Bantham. 

124  Louis   Alfante. 

125  James  E.  Gorman. 
Webster    Ave.    Begins. 
Nlphols   St.    Ends. 

126  Vacant  lots. 

127  Rosanna  Brothers. 

128  Vacant  lot. 

129  John  F.  Jones. 
West    Shore    Crosses. 

133  Alex.    Mandelbaum. 

133  Joe   CiceYo. 

135  LeRoy  Crawford. 

135  Douglas    Sweet. 

135  Vacant. 

135  Harold  Woodward. 

135  Anton  Tutz. 

135  Vacant. 

135  James    Motto. 

135  Joe   Cicero. 
South   St.    Crosses. 

130  Charles   Lindsey. 

132  Carlos  Inman. 
Triangle,    Albany,    Jefferson    and    South, 
Jefferson     Ave.    Crosses. 
_  137  Vacant  lot. 
138  Caleb    Sweet. 

138  Vacant. 

139  Michael   M.    Morris. 
139  Albert  Stopper. 

141  John  Moran. 

141  Susanna  Snyder. 
Geo.  Wood  Ice  Co. 

Mummery   St.    Begins. 
Vacant    lots. 

142  Anthony  Knight. 
142  Henry  Radell. 


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144  Raymond   G.   Keeler. 
144'  Dwight    Moore. 

145  Eugene    C.    Godfrey. 

146  Mrs.  Elizabeth  McSweeney.        ■ 

146  Vacant. 

147  Vacant. 

147  Vacant. 

148  James  W.  Pride. 

150  John    T.    Rockefellow. 
Mllgate   St.    Ends. 

151  Byron   Harwood. 

153  Vacant  lots. 

154  Fred  Roemer. 
156  Mary  Savage. 
158  Vacant   lot. 

164  Charles  G.  Horsley. 

166  Vacant  lots. 

178  Mathew  Horsley. 

Albany    Street   School   House. 
Holllngworth     Ave.     Begins. 

198  William  Horsley. 

200  Vacant  lots. 

206  William  H.  Fitchard. 

210  Orville    D.    Foote. 
Tllden    Ave.    Crosses. 
Allen    St.    Begins. 

221  Charles  A.  Dority. 
'222  Thomas    Parry. 

222  Orville  Howard. 

223  John  Augar. 

224  George  Martin.     • 

225  Charles  Augar. 

226  Clarence  Meeker. 
236  Fred   Ruth. 

250  Berton  Betts. 
Welsh    Bush    Road    Begins. 
Vacant  lots. 
254  Charles   F.    Bauer. 
227. Vacant   Lot. 
235  Theodore  K.   Baker. 
240  James  H.   Devins. 

242  Elizabeth  Johnson. 

243  Edward  Edwards. 
297  Charles    Betts. 

300  Arthur   B.   Parshall. 
William    H.    Augar. 

ALBERT  STREET 

Culver  Ave  to  Oscar  St. — 8th  Ward. 
Vacant  Lot's. 
3  Salvator  Sardine. 
Vacant  Lots. 
Ciro    Gargono. 
Paul  Rlzzo. 
Vacant  Lots. 

ALLEN    STREET 

Albany   to    Culver   Ave.— 13th    Ward. 
Frederick    L.    Terrell. 
Vacant    lots. 


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AMY   STREET 

Genesee   to   Sunset   Ave. — 11th    Ward. 
2  Dr.  Wm.  B.  Capron. 
"Vacant  lots. 

ANDES     AVENUE 

Erie    to    Whitesboro — 6th    Ward. 
1  Edward   B,    McGuirk. 

1  Vacant. 

2  Vacant  lot. 

3  George  N.   Coonrod. 

4  Thomas  Mitchell. 

4  Chas.    E.    Simpson. 

5  Alamanson    Godfrey. 

6  Vacant  lot. 

7  D.  Merritt  Sweet. 

7  Geo.    E.    McGauley. 

8  Mary  Manzinger. 

9  Frank  X,    Strassberger. 
10  John   Haigis. 

10  George   Schulze. 

11  Frank  G.  Loughlin. 

11  Sevrin   Matt. 

12  Charles  Graff.  i 

12  Carrie  Berg. 

13  Vacant. 

13  Henry  Lindig. 

14  Vacant. 

14  Eugene  F.   King. 
16  George  S.  Servatius. 

16  Jesse  L.   Mills. 

17  John    D.    Guth. 

18  Mary  Kiefle." 

18  Mary  Pfisterer. 

ANN    STREET 

Churchill  Ave.  to  Kellogg  Ave. — 14th  Ward. 
Mathews   Ave.    Crosses. 
Downer  Ave.  Crosses. 

ARCADIA    AVENUE 

Merriline    Ave.    to     Hazelhurst    Ave. — 11th 
Ward. 

Vacant    Lots. 

Mike   Olender. 

Vacant  lots. 
Lawrence  Ave.  Crosses. 

Peter    Sardina. 

Vacant  Lots. 

Pietro    Tito. 

Onofrio    Costronovo. 

ARGYLE     AVENUE 

Men-Ulna  to   Hazelhurst   Ave.— 11th   Ward. 

Paulislof  Sololeski. 
Vacant    lots. 
Antonio    Cranclola. 
Vacant   Lot. 
Joseph  Parczyk. 
Vacant    Lots. 


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ARMORY     PLACE 

See   1,    2   and   3   Steuben   St. 

.  ARNOLD     AVENUE 

Genesee  St.  to  Lawrence  Ave. — 11th  Ward. 
Vacant   lots. 

1  George  C.   Stein. 

2  Robert   R.    Martin. 
Vacant  lots. 

Sunset   Ave.    Crosses. 

Vacant    Lots. 
Merriline   Ave.    Begins. 

Vacant    lots. 
Lawrence    Ave.    Begins. 

ARTHUR     STREET 

147    Steuben    to     Mohawk— 7th,    12th,    13th 
and    15th   "Wards. 

4  George  H.   Germaine. 
6  John    Miller. 

6  Pentup    News    Agency. 
8  Charles    W-    Hedrick. 

West    St.    Crosses.  ' 

Vacant  lots. 
Miller  St.   Crosses. 

27  Owen   T.   Gough. 

28  John  H.  Williams. 

29  Thomas  T    Evans. 

30  Arthur  D.  Jones.  i 
30  Francis   E.   Plant. 

32  Chas.   P.   Greiner. 
Howard    Ave.    Crosses. 
41  John  J.   Prime. 
Vacant  lots. 
Nellson    St.    Crosses. 
Vacant  lots. 
West  Shore   RR.   Crosses. 
Seymour    Ave.    Crosses. 
60  Frederick   Bach. 
62  John  A.  Holden. 
DudLey  Ave.    Crosses.. 

71  Henry    A.    Steppens. 
Vacant  lots. 
Brinckerhoff   Aye.    Crosses. 
84  Orsen  A.  Woolsey. 
84  James    C.    Carver. 
Vacant  lots. 
Taylor  Ave.    Crosses. 

97  Henry  Kauth. 

98  Edward   Crandall. 
98  Edward  Seigler. 

100  James  Conley. 
100  Rudolph  Lieb. 
Conkllng   Ave.    Crosses. 

ASH     STREET 

West   Ave.    to   York— 9th    Ward. 

7  Andrew    Aulbach. 

7  David  G.   Label!. 

8  John  J.  Kistner. 

9  John   H.    Fay. 

9  William   G.   Dunn. 
11  Charles  M.  Ebert. 
City   St.    Crosses. 

Vacant  lots.    ' 
17  Adam  Richthomer. 
21  Luitpold   J.   Walter. 
23  Gustave  Langkans. 
23  Albert  A.   Rhody. 

25  William   Freiberg. 

26  August  Zlck. 

27  Mrs.   Helen   F.   Macomber. 

27  Carl  Gollnick. 

28  Edward  Keltsch. 
28  Emil  Keltsch. 
29-37  Vacant   lots. 

30  Caroline  Wunderle. 
32  Frank  O.  Lockwood. 
32  William  H.  Andes. 


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34-36  Vacant   lot. 
38  August   Lenk. 
38  Vacant 
38  Henry  Leonard. 
38  Henry  "W.  Monroe. 
Martin   St.   Crosses. 
Vacant  lots. 
43  Basil  J.  Croft. 
45  John  Bazan. 

AUBURN    AVENUE 

Genesee   St.   to    Holland   Ave. 

4  Zacharlah    P.    Townsend. 

AUGAR    PLACE 

From  84  Kossuth  Ave.  near  Bleecker,  rear 
of    Hibernian    Hall— 8th    Ward. 

1  Jas.  A.  Borden. 
1  John  Burt. 
3  Charles  Eaton. 
3  Timothy  Flood. 

5  Patrick  J.  Kelly. 
5  Charles  Moran. 

AVERY    PLACE 

422    Genesee    to   Sunset    Ave. — 11th    Ward. 

1  George  W.  GammeL 
3  Herman  L.   Sweet. 

5  Joseph  Plckell. 

6  Charles  Trosset. 

6  Mrs.  Catherine  H.  Bowne. 

7  Ernest  A  Barbur. 

8  Thomas  O.  Cole. 

9  James  P.  MulhalL 

10  Wesley  McLeod. 

11  Mrs.    Caroline  J.   Hitzelberger. 

12  R.    Seymour  Hart. 

14  Mary  Flanagan. 

15  Henry  R.  Beebe. 
17  Vacant. 

BACON    STREET 

Broad    to   South — 8th    Ward. 
2-4-6-8-10  Vacant  lots. 
5  Frank  Kocyba. 
5  Vincente  Shot. 
5  John    Karobltz. 
5  Billie   Shot 
5  Frank    Zombrofski. 
5  Mike    TJrbon. 
9  Basil   Bojd.ek. 
4  9  Simon  Kusienski. 

Catharine  St.  Crosses. 
12-26  Vacant  lots. 
25  Gus  Gronoskey. 
27  Jesse  J.  Farr. 

33  Paul  Egger. 

34  Matthew  C.  Krebser. 

34  Stanislau  Lewandowskl. 

35  Peter  Lorek. 

35  Tony  Kornatzski. 
35  Lily   Gorleska. 
35  Vadislawva    Melick. 
Bleecker  St.   Crosses. 

47  Charles  H.  Robinson. 

48  Richard  Ashcroft 

48  Jacob  Imobersteg. 

49  Vacant  lot. 

51  Edward  W.  Jones. 

51  William  F.  Bond. 

52  LaMont  Prentiss. 

52  William  Watkins. 

53  Floyd  M.  Houck. 

53  William  Falsey. 

54  Edward  W.  Ruben. 

54  Mrs.  Ida  Bender. 

55  Frank  A.  Dellesece. 

55  George  F.  Hayes. 

56  John  J.  Downey. 
56  Frank  M.   Cline. 


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57  Edward  Butler. 

57  Raymond  E.   Wilson. 
57%  Rev.  Antonla  Perrotta. 
57%   Thomas  J.  Qulnn. 

58  Jno.   J.  Ueltschi. 

58  Catharine   Qulnn. 

59  Fred  Bender. 

59  Melville  W.  Warner. 

61  George  H.    Cardiff. 

62  Edwin  T.  Jones. 

62  Titus  E.   Johnson. 

63  Richard    Butterwortn. 

64  Christopher  Murray. 

64  Charles  A.  Murray. 

65  Harry   Beswick. 

65  Walter  Wilkinson. 

66  Merton  H.   Farrell. 

66  Mathew  C.  Krebser. 

67  John  P.  Duffy. 

67  Peter    A.    Folts. 

68  George    Elliott. 

70  Vacant  lot. 

71  Vacant  lot. 
Mary  St.    Crosses. 

75-84  Vacant   lots. 
Blandlna   St.   Crosses. 

82-98  Vacant  lots. 

86  William   Broughton. 

86  Martin  H.    Caraher. 

91  Dominick    DeGeorge. 

91  Tony  J.   Trollea. 

93  Homer  Clark. 

93  George  H.  Hayes. 

95  Anthony  Roy. 

95  George  P.  Humphrey. 

97  Bernard  O'Gorman. 

97  Harry    Harriga. 

97  Mary    A.    Grundy. 
Lansing    St.    Crosses. 
100-109  Vacant  lots. 
103  Reinhardt   Kihn. 
103  W.   John   Terry. 
103  J.    F.    Ruth. 
105  Joseph    Doyle. 
105  Hanna  Quinn. 
Rutger    St.    Crosses. 
West  Shore   RR.   Crosses. 
Kathleen    St.    Crosses. 

114  Edward  Entwistle,  Sr. 

114  Hiram   Herrimon. 
116-124  Vacant  lots. 

115  William  J.  Fischer. 
117  Michael    Hess. 

117  John  P.  Horth. 

118  R.  Clinton  Jones. 

118  Jay   Parry. 

119  Vacant  lots. 


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Bell   Ave.   Crosses. 

127  Vacant   lot. 
Florence  Ave.    Begins. 
135  Vacant   lot. 
137  Charles  H.  Beasman. 
139  William   Perry. 
139  Joseph  H.   Aldrich. 

BAGG'S     SQUARE 

At   Foot  of   Genesee   St. 

N.  T.  G.  RR.  Depot. 

Guillaume  &  Co. 
1  Baggs    Hotel. 
1  William  A.  Voll. 
1  Peoples'  Baggage  Express. 

5  George  F.  Murray. 
2-4  Lewis  House. 

11  Vacant. 

BAKER    STREET 

From    Ella    St.    to    Oneida    St.— 7th    Ward. 
Mrs.    Fannie    Hughes. 

BARNES     AVENUE 

94  Canal  to   N.  Y.  C.   R.   R.— 2nd  Ward. 
4  Vacant. 

6  Barn. 

7  August    L.    Buttenschoen. 
9  Mrs.   Elizabeth  Becker. 

11  Michael  C.  Lutz,  Jr. 
11  Frank   C.   Lutz. 
15  Charles  Schmid. 
15  Arthur  W.   Pryor. 
17  Mary  Johnstone. 
17  Frank  H.  Armstrong. 
17  Christian    Eglie. 
21  Frank  Gorton. 
21  John   Huther. 
23  Jennie  F.  Clark. 
23%Lawrence  Theobald. 
23%  Catherine  Clowminzer. 
27  Christian   Goppert. 
29  Wm.   Mundinger. 
31  Margeret    Oeinck. 
31  Elizabeth  Freson. 
33  David  F.  Kunkel. 
33  Thomas    Schwartzmari. 

BARTRAM     STREET 

Mann  to  Turner — 8th   Ward. 
Vacant  lots. 

BAXTER     AVENUE 

Thorn  to  O'Brien — 9th  Ward. 
Vacant  lots. 

8  Jacob  Skube. 
Shaw  St.  Crosses. 

Vacant  Lots. 
20  Fred   S.   Frey. 


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BEACH     GROVE     PLACE 

Florence    St.    to    Mann    St. — 8th    Ward. 
1  William   B.    Coleman. 

3  Robert  W.  Baron. 
5  Frank  J.   Dwyer. 
7  Fred   Naegele. 

Josephine  Ave.   Crosses. 

James  J.  Dwyer  (Beach  Grove). 

BELLEVUE     PLACE 

Rear  of  32  Steuben  St. 
See  32  Steuben  St. 

BELL    AVENUE 

363  South  to  Tilden  Ave.— 13th  Ward. 
Vacant   Lots. 

4  Fred  Bammert. 

4  Philomena  Burke. 

Vacant  Lots. 
13  Vacant. 

13  Vacant. 
Vacant  Lots. 

14  Charles   Halwig. 
Vacant    Lots. 

19  Patrick    O'Malley. 

Vacant  Lots. 
Bacon  St.  Crosses. 

Vacant    Lots. 
33  Robert   E.   Davis. 
36  William    H.    Fletcher. 

36  William   A.   Van   Wicken. 

37  William  L.  Underwood 

BELMONT    AVENUE 

184    Lansing    to    309    South— 8th    and    13th 
Wards. 

4  Vacant  lots. 

5  William  Lewis. 
5  John    T.    Ruth. 

5  John    L.    Dedrick. 

6  Cornelius  McCarthy. 
8  John  Donovan. 

10  Vacant  lot. 
Rutger  St.   Crosses. 

12  Miles  J.  Sinnott. 

13  Vacant. 

15  Ezra  Denniston. 

15%  Mrs.   Patrick  Ronan. 

16  Vacant  lot. 

17  Michael  Moran. 

18  George  J.  Walsh. 

18  Frank  Specht! 

19  Robert  W.  Fowler. 

20  Edward   J.   White. 

21  Helen  Tirrell. 

21  John  H.   Smith. 

22  Albert  M.  Obernesser. 

22  Mary  Kerwin. 

23  James  W.  Heap. 

24  Dandelion  Club. 

25  New  House. 

27  Joseph   H.   Kreimeyer. 

27  Andrew  Hoover. 

28  Henry  Angelhow. 
Vacant  lots. 

30  Minnie    E.    Johnson. 

30  James   A-   Johnson. 

31  Russel  V.   Flannigan. 

31  Edward  Fairbrother. 

32  Mrs.   Ottelie  Frank. 

32  Mary  E.  Irion. 

33  Philip  H.  Laughlin. 

33  Mary    Angelhow. 

34  John  Reuben. 

35  Charles   H.   Sanders. 

36  Edward  T.  Martin. 
36  Robert  E.  Boon. 
36%  Richard  H.  Jones. 


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37  Louis  W.   Franz. 

38  Ellen   Redmond. 

39  Charles  D.   Rose. 

BENNETT     STREET 

31    Newell   to    W.    Pleasant — 11th    Ward. 

1  Earle  G.  Harris. 
,  Vacant  lots. 

2  H.  W.  Booth. 

4  Mrs.  Margaret  Kent. 

6  Kenneth  Merriam. 

8  John  F.   McKenna. 

10  Vacant. 

12  Charles  Goering. 

14  H.    Emerson    Davis. 

16  Frank  J.  Boden. 
20  Vacant'   Lot. 

22  Charles  E.   Bassett. 
24  Henry  Perry. 
26  George  Woodworth. 
26  Francis  Mather. 

BLANDINA     PLACE 

Begins  at  56  Blandlna  St. — 4th  Ward. 

1  Clarence   J.    Blanchard. 

2  William  P.  Dexter.  . 

2  Robert  Owens. 

3  John  H.  Jones. 

4  Vacant. 

BLANDINA    STREET 

217    Genesee    to    Culver    Ave. — 4th,    8th    and 
10th    Wards. 

1  Bigelow's   Florist   Shop. 

3  Allen,   Schmidt  &   Co. 

2  John    W.     Bebb. 

4  Wald   Bros. 

6-8   Baechle-Clark   Co.    (Inc). 
Church    Lane. 

5  Walnott   Bldg. 

5  H.  F.   Slawson  Funeral  Co. 

1  Inter   State    Paving   Co. 

2-3  Jennie    L.    Stoddard. 
4-8   Vacant. 
5  Wald  Garber  Co. 
5  Walnott    Knitting'  Co. 
5  Divine-Kirtland  Co. 

7  Matthew  F.  Dent  Co.   (Inc). 

9  Herman  L.  Sweet. 

11  George  J.   Weilhamer. 

12  J.  H.  Williams  Millinery  Co. 

13  Samuel  Pryor. 

13  Adelaide   A.    Greene. 

15  Samuel  Baer. 

17  The  Smart  Shop,  Millinery. 
17  Steher  Millinery  Co. 

12-20  Salvation  Army  Building. 
16-18  The  Parlor  Furniture  Co. 
22-24-26  Hotel  Williams. 

30  Fritz   Brand. 

31  Wm.  E.  Doyle. 

33  Theatrical  Mechanical  Assn.   (Inc). 
33  Adam   Durr. 

37  Republican  Club. 

38  Nellie  Calhoun. 

39  George  Roberts. 

39  Emmagene  S.  Le  Roque. 
j  40  George  A.  Harter. 

39-41  Frank  J.   Restle. 

42  Jacob  Silverstein. 

43  Frederick  Schneider. 
43  Mrs.  Clara  Kinns. 

43  Henry  Hessler. 

45  A.   L.   Ambrose. 

46  McKeough-Danquer   Plumbing   Co. 

47  Catharine    S.    Salman 

48  Arthur  L.  Williams. 

50  Edward   M.    Speller. 

51  Arthur  L.  Hall. 


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53  Charles  M.  Acker. 

52  Catherine  S.   Salman. 

54  Edward  Buerger. 

54  Elizabeth    McChesney. 
54  Mrs.  Johanna  Stauder. 

54  Vacant. 

55  Ira   Fink. 

55  Jessie  Glynn. 

56  Klein  &  Hcefler. 
Blandina    Place    Begins. 

57  Owen    R.    Edwards. 

58  Emily    Tripp. 

59-61  Charles   Ackernecht. 
60  Hugh    Gray   Pines. 
62  Vacant. 
Charlotte    St.    Crosses. 
68  Vacant  lot. 
73  Patrick  J.  Walsh. 
73  William  Edwards. 
73  Utica  Wire  Works. 

73  James  E.   Baker. 

74  Frank   J.    Mullen. 

75  Clinton    C."  Fraker. 
75  Winifred  Hill. 

77  Alexander    Chambers. 
77  Mis.  Theresa  Rosa. 
73  Mrs.    Elizabeth    Grupp. 
79  James   Casey. 
SO  Robert  Staunton. 

52  William    C.    Kackenberg. 
82  Vacant. 

53  .lamps  Casfv. 
S5  Maria  E.   Bills. 

86  Mrs.    Helen   M.    Driscoll. 

87  Vacant  lot. 

SS  Elizabeth    Lee. 

59  Emma    Stevens. 
SS  Philip   E.    Lewis. 
90  The   Arvon. 

f'O  Donald   C.   Payne. 
90  Henry  D.  H.  Unser. 

90  John  M.  Hayes. 

91  Vacant    lot. 

93  Gecrge  J.   HoKingworth. 
Park    Ave.    Crosses. 

100  Helen   M.    Hull. 

102  Mrs.  Catharine  Hibbard. 

104  Margaret    Sohreiber. 
106  Miss  Lillie  C.  Arthur. 

105  Henry  Preston. 

108  James    P.    Martin.    Jr. 

109  Lewis   W.    LaClaire. 

111  Mrs.  Charles  B.  Evans. 

112  Edward    H.    Jones. 

115  Mrs.    W.    H.    Williams.. 

116  George   W.    Dygert. 

117  John  W.  Wade. 

118  John  H.   Bussey. 
John    St.    Crosses. 


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CLOTHES,  HATS,  FURNISHINGS, 
SHOES  FOR  MEN  AND  BOYS 

Cor.  LaFayette  and  Seneca  Sts. 


BLANDINA  STREET— Continued 

136  Mrs.  Katherin  Conroy. 

139  Mrs.  Margaret  Marsh. 

140  Jacob   Ball. 

140  Mrs.    Flora    Glick. 

141  William  H.  Hanrahan. 

142  Otto  Poeple. 

143  Mrs.  Josephine  Maroney. 

144  Mrs.   Sophronia  Hoffman. 

145  Daniel   Buckley. 

146  Margaret    Latham. 

147  John  Buckley. 

149  Evagene  Cady. 
160  Alfred  Lee. 

150  William  H.   Johns. 
150  Miles  Goldbas. 

150  Albert   Labelle. 
150  Owen  R.  Edwards. 

153  Mrs.   Mary  Marks. 

154  Arthur  F.   Bray. 

154  Stephen   A.    Smith. 

155  Joseph   Hollingworth. 

155  Arthur  F.   Dompke. 

156  Charles    W.    Griffiths. 
156%  Charles   L.    Bullard. 

157  Mrs.   Mary   E.    Gray. 

158  Horatio  Z.   Jenkins. 
158%  W.  Irving  Coopernail. 

159  Cyrus   D.   Kinne. 
159%  Vacant. 

160  Walter  S.   Northrup. 

161  Caroline    Greene. 
iui%  Benjamin  A.   Son. 

162  Alma  A.   Reith. 

164  Mrs.   Catharine  Owens. 

165  John  Corrigan. 

166  Vacant    lot. 

167  John   Matti. 
167  George  White. 
167  Alex  J.    Barbeau. 

167  George   Miner. 

"  167  G.    F.    Herbert. 

168  Charles  F.  Girvan. 

168  Claude   R.   Peachin. 

169  John  Corrigan. 
First   St.   Crosses. 

170  John  Cannan. 

170  Mrs.  Vina   G.   Williams. 

170  Mrs.    Alary    Hackett. 

171-179  Steber    Knitting    Machine    Co. 

179-183  A.  A.   Lederman  Co. 

172  Eugene  C.   Bryan. 

172  Michael  E.    Collins. 

172  Michael    Hanrahan. 

174  Mrs.    Ellen    Karl. 

174  Andrew  J.   Hoffman. 

176  Charles    McCluskey. 


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178  Dominick    Cianciolo. 
178  James  Crancolo. 
180  Abraham  Krohn. 
184  Hattie    Harrison. 
184  Anna  May  Boss. 
186  Simon  A.  Mailman. 
186  Charles  Z.  Holsteln. 
188  Max  Lyons. 
190  Mrs.   Sibyl  M.   Duffy. 

190  Mrs.  Alice  Moran. 

191  School   Carpenter   Shop. 

193  James  Dempster. 

194  Philip  Ciancolo. 

195  Nicola    Teti. 

197  Mrs.  Emma  McLaughlin. 

197  Vacant. 

198  Joseph  E.    Sterling. 

200  Martin  G.   Lewis. 

201  William    F.    Foley.  • 

202  George  Hawley. 

203  Michael   J.    Normile. 

204  Vacant    lot. 

205  Patrick  McGuinness. 

206  John    A.    Hobbes. 
208  Frank   J.    Toomey. 

Second   St.   Crosses. 

210  Thomas    A.    Ham.  ■ 

210  Catherine  Evans. 

211  William    L.     Booth. 
214  John  Esmack. 

214  Celeste  Messe. 
216  John    A.    Bramer. 

216  Vacant. 

217  Angelo  Piiccioli. 

218  Edward  R.  Codner. 

219  Edward   C.   King. 

219  John    Sexton. 

220  Margaret    Dubuque. 

220  Catherine    O'Connor. 

221  Mrs.  Jane  Mobbs. 
223  William   C.  Townley. 

223  Robert    H.    Wilson. 

224  Charles    F.    Bullard. 

224  Thomas  Greenan. 

225  Ella   Jones. 

225  W.   R.   Healey. 

226  William    P.    Marin. 

227  George    A.    Gangloff. 

228  Henry  J.   Cunningham. 
228  Vacant. 

230  Cathrine    DeLestre. 

230  Mrs.    Alice   Farrell. 

231  Mrs.    Mary    Kelly. 

231  John  W.  Holehan. 

232  "The    Mason." 
232  John   J.    Quirk. 

232  Theodore    Galinsky. 
232  Elizabeth  Lyle. 

234  Frank   Raymond. 

235  Michele  Derosa. 

235  Rocco  Lofaro. 

236  Hugh  P.  Lynch. 
236  Margaret  Kelly. 
239  Henry  S.  Philpott. 

239  Tony   Honnol. 

240  Patrick    Hogan. 

242  Vacant. 

241  William  J.  Williams. 
241  Nathan  Beck. 

243  Andrew   J.    Hennessey. 
245  Ernest  Kelsey. 

245  Harry   V.    Dean. 

246  William   R.    Floyd. 

247  Abraham  Krohn, 
249  Joseph  P.  Appier. 

248  Vacant. 

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BLANDINA  STREET— Continued 

250-252   "Ondawa." 

250  Ida  x    Sheffield. 

250  Albert  Noeltner. 

250  Frank  Smith. 

252  Daniel   Daniels. 

252  Mrs.    Rose    Gyer. 

252  William    Tapley. 
287  John  Keene. 
289  Battle  Garlock. 
289  Mrs.   Margaret  J.   "Williams     . 

291  Albert  Johnson. 

292  "Vacant  lot. 

293  Guy  Agon. 

294  Frank  Schaefer. 

294  James  Fragetta. 

295  Antonio  Manch. 
295  Henry  R.  Hitey. 
298  Peter  Kelly. 

298  Michael  J.  Kelly. 
Morris    St.    Begins. 

299  Cirico  Daniele. 
299  Anthony  Fiore. 
299  Beny  Trito. 

299  Bennedetto  Carcone. 
299  James  Shille. 
299  Tony  Primonalo. 
'  303  Mrs.   Catherine   Cronln. 
303  Vacant. 
307  Frank   Fragretta. 

312  Vacant. 

313  John  Milan. 
313  John  Lynch. 

315  Catherine    T.    Fitzgerald. 
319  James   Bartholmay. 

319  James   Sant. 

320  James   R   Entwistle. 
322  Timothy  Howard. 

Mohawk  St.   Crosses. 
335  Gabriel  Trad. 
•    339  Frank   Courty. 
342  Frank  Wiegand. 

342  Michael    Dietz. 

343  Frank   Grazidei. 

344  James    R.    Williams. 

344  James   McGill. 

345  Ferdinand  Stohr. 

346  Fred    A.    White. 

346  Daniel  T>i  Bender. 

347  Terence  F.   Darby. 

349  Earl   Miller. 

350  William    Everest. 

350  Margaret  Bisset. 

351  Anna  Heibert. 
351  Joseph    Elmerson. 
355  Herbert  W.  Hart. 

355  George    Smith. 

356  Adam    Henneberger. 
356  Vacant. 

I       356  Vacant. 

358  Frank  Rosa. 

359  John  L.  Zimmerman. 

362  George  J.  F.   Standenmayer. 

362  Peter  Wilber. 

363  John  F.  Sexton. 
363  Vacant. 

363  William    M.    Brett. 

365  Charles  Stuber. 

366  Barbara    Connolly. 

368  Mrs.    Margaret    Hickey. 

369  Adam  Teckel. 

373  Seymour  Bell. 

374  Charles   H.   Boehlert. 
374  Mrs.   Elizabeth   Donnelly. 

-  376  Hugh  E.  Evans. 

376  Vacant. 

377  Sarah  Nelson. 


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377  Mrs.  Clara  M.  McClelland. 
380  George   Nickel. 

380  Joseph   Ciani. 

381  Mathias    A.    Hoffman. 
388  Victor   Ciani. 

390  Edward   F.   Burke. 

391  Mrs.   Nora  Kennedy. 
391  George    Wald. 

393  George  J.   Miller. 
393  David  W.   Williams. 
396  John    P.    Burke. 

396  Frank    Mermerth. 

397  Charles    F.     Sanderson. 
397  Frank   Williams. 

399  Elizabeth  Cummlng. 

399  Fred    A.    Loomls. 

400  David  Aquarone. 
404  Herman   H.   Klube. 
404  Herbert    A.    Chesebro. 

404  Clara  Remington. 

405  James  F.   Qulnlan. 

405  Margaret  Fairhurst. 

406  Michael  Wooley. 

408  James   Cain. 

409  Charles    Lindsley. 

409  Gregorio   Ienzi. 

410  Michael  Connelly. 
412  James    Mulhall. 

412  William   W.   Hoffman. 

413  Mary  E.   Ritzel. 

413  John   C.  Ritzel.     . 

414  Frederick    Smith. 

415  Charles   White. 
415  Lewis    J.    Fischer. 

417  George    Fleischman. 

418  Vacant   lot. 

420  Margaret  Knight. 

426  Carl  Rupp. 

426  Alois  Ullrich. 

430  Newell    A-    Chapman. 

456  Gustave  A.   Hauber. 
438  John  Karl. 

438  William   Karl. 
438  Mary  A.   Vaughn. 
440  John  Lantz. 
440  Mrs.    John    Robinson. 
442  William  Karl. 
444  Michael   Mark. 
Albany  St.   Crosses, 

Steamer  No.   5,   Utlca  Fire  Dept. 
449  William   Semani. 
453  Edward  J.   Boon. 
453  Frank   Gardiner.   ' 

457  Patrick  Porter. 

457  Thomas  F.   O'Reilly. 
461  Earl  Jenkins. 
461  Peter   L.    McBrlde. 
463  Joseph   L.    Mills. 
463  Louis   Halwtk. 


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BLANDINA  STEEET— Continued 

465  Vacant  lot. 

471  John  H.   Horrigan. 

471  Mrs.  Ella  Troy. 

472  George  A.  Tucker. 

473  Bert   S.   Wilsey'. 

474  George  W.   James. 

474  George  W.   James,   Jr. 

475  Richard  T.  Gwynn. 

475  Annie   M.    Dolan. 

476  Peter  Lilley. 

476  John    P.    Roberts. 

482  William  C.   Kaelin. 

483  Charles   E.    Davis. 
484-500  Vacant    lots. 
491  St.   Agnes'    Church. 

Kossuth   Ave.   Crosses. 

503  George  O.  Tilbury. 
503  "William    J.    Barton. 
505  Patrick    Lilly. 

505  Joseph   Roemer. 

506  John  J.   Porter. 
506  William  Christman. 

,   509  Mrs.   Mary  A.    Crane. 
509  John   Barton. 
512  Vacant. 
512  Frank   Chissell. 
514  Alva  B.   Doolittle. 

514  Edward    F.    Donegan. 

515  George  H.  Tucker. 
517  George  W.  Austin. 
517  James    F.    Dunn. 

517  William   C.   Seeber. 

518  Mrs.   Ellen   T.    Mclntyre. 

518  Anthony  Murray. 

519  Harry  Birch. 

520  Sarah   Ladd. 

520  Clarence  Turner. 

520  Ellen  Hayes. 

521  Paul  Fovel. 

521  Frank  Jones. 
,  522  John  Ward. 

522  Charles   I.    Snow. 

523  Mrs.  Ella  Babcock. 
623  Mrs.  Nellie  Cutler. 
523  Alvin  Granger. 

'  524  Thomas  E.   Durdan. 
,   524  Jacob  H.   Schiffer. 
^525  Edward    Tomlinson. 

525  Mary  Young. 

526  John  J.   Cahill,   Jr. 

526  Jeremiah  J.   Coakley. 

527  Sarah   Nusbaum. 

527  Vacant. 
•    527  Vacant. 

528  Harvey   Darling. 


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52S  William  C.  Cairns. 
529  Fred  E.'  Thayer. 

529  Harry  M.  Loomis. 

530  Clarence    Bridenbecker. 

530  Vacant.     - 

531  Vacant. 

531  B.  D.  Brockway. 

532  George  Cullen. 

532  Thomas  Entwistle. 

533  William  N.  Taylor. 

534  Archie    MacFarland. 

534  James   Gallagher. 

535  Minnie    Luck. 

535  George   W.   Martin. 

536  Mrs.   Nellie  Pugh. 
536  Peter  McHugo. 

53S  Frank  T.   Gallagher. 

558  John   L.    Tanner. 

559  Henry    P.    McBride. 

559  George  S.   McBride. 

560  Vacant   lot. 

561  Patrick   Donelly. 
561  Thomas  Knight. 

563  Mrs.    Bridget   McGraith. 
563  John   Hansen. 
569  Owen  R.  Jones. 
569  Frank    Jennings. 
571  Vacant  lot. 
Nichols   St.   Crosses. 
574  John  Murray. 
574  George   F.   Fox. 
576  Thomas   F.    Quir.Ian. 
576  Anthony  R.  Kearney. 
589  George   W-   Kelley. 
589  George  P.   Zeiter. 
591  Edward    J.    Barry. 
591  Charles   Shultz. 
593  Grover  R.  Cline. 

593  William  K.   Chisholm. 

594  Thomas    F.    Quinlan. 
596  Catharine  M.'Weiss. 

596  Ernest  Egger. 

597  Thomas    F.    Kelly. 
600  Thomas   F.   Gleascn. 
600  William  F.  Lockard. 
602  Mrs.    Mary   Gavin. 
602  Ellen   M.    Dwyer. 
604  James  Nelson. 

604  Katherine  McEneany. 
606  L.  Albert  Lehmann. 
606  Raymond  Coyle. 

606  Vacant. 
Jefferson   Ave.    Crosses. 

607  Vacant   lots. 

610  Patrick   J.   McCormick. 
617  Vacant. 

Mary    Street    School. 
Milgate  St.   Crosses. 

•  620  Alfred  Holdsworth. 
620  Charles    Sparrow. 
622  James  S.  Barber. 
622  John  J.    Smith. 
622  Wilhelmina  Smith. 
624  James  Constance. 
624  S.  Ciambrone. 
628  Tony  Padlossi. 
628  Ernest    Marotta. 
630  Thoma-s  Manlev. 

630  Frederick  H.   Sutcliffe. 

631  E.   Tedesco. 

632  Charles   G.  Richer. 

632  Everett    Butterworth. 

633  Charles  Gan. 

633  Robert    Hamann. 

634  David  C.  Evans. 

634  James  F.  Jones. 

635  James    McQuade. 


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635  Henry  Gardiner. 

636  George    Dreshy. 

636  Ishmael   Williams. 

637  John  D.   Maloney. 

637  William  W.   Colegrove. 
639  Herbert  Drinkwater. 

639  Handel    Swift. 

638  George  Moore. 
638  Vacant. 

Bacon   St.   Crosses. 

640  Frank   Mazza. 

642  James  F.   Leonard. 
640  Hugh    Hughes. 

643  Gioreppe  Zaccnelli. 
643  Mary    Salerno. 

643  Angelo  Payne. 
643  Peter  Kenney. 
648  Michael  J.   McHugo. 

648  Henry  R-   Dubois. 

649  Carbael   Pell. 
649  Tony  Pell. 
659  John  "Willett. 
663  Grico  Plucido. 
674  Harry   Porter. 
674  Cli/ton    Wilcox. 
676  Albert   Barrowman. 
676  Lloyd  Eppler. 

BLEECKER     STREET 

161     Genesee    to     Masonic     Home — 4th, 
and  8th  Wards. 
102  J.  B.  &  J.  M.  Turnbull. 
102  Peoples'  Information  Bureau. 
102  Wm.   Edelstein. 
102  Henry  A.   Luck. 
104  Lockard   &   Zoller.      ' 

106  Quality  Victoria  Lunch.         * 

107  Wald   &  iSiimott. 
108-110  Earl  W.    Saltsman. 
108-112  U.    &   M.    V.   Waiting  Room 
108-112  Alhambra    Theater. 
108-112  David   Cohen   &  Co. 

109  Clark-Davis   Coal   Co. 

110  Henry  Lux's   Sons. 

110  O.   E.   Eaton. 

111  Arcade  Loan  Brokers. 

113  Fish  Bros 

114  Sumner    B.    Coggeshall. 

115  Hamilton   &   Levy. 

116  Herbst  &  O'Connor. 
116  Vacant. 

'       117  Vacant. 

119  Albert  Perlen. 

119  Richard   Perlen. 

120-126  New  York  Telephone  Co. 

121  Dygert  Cigar  Co. 

121  Cavallo  Bros. 

123  Bennett  Woolen  Co. 

125  Petersen   &   Lampkin. 

128-134  White  Bldg. 

128  Vacant. 

130  Vacant. 

132  Vacant. 
■t        134  Joseph  T.   Snyder. 
Charlotte  St.   Crosses. 

201  Saratoga   Pocket    Billiard    Parlor 

201  Shubert  Cafe. 

201  Shubert  Rathskeller. 
203-205  Shubert    theater. 

202  William   F.   Filkins. 

204  Holland  &  Trosset. 

205  Geo.   Snowdon. 

206  Sam  J.  Wolfe. 

207  Knights  of  Maccabees  Hall. 

207  Elks"   Hall. 

208  Star  Lunch. 


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209  George  Snowdon. 
209  Thomas  H.  Williams. 
209  Scotch  Woolen  Co. 
Culver  St.   Ends. 

210-212  UUca  Candy  Co. 
212  Charles  H.  Stephenson. 

214  Fanelll   &   Martoccio. 

215  Empire    Theater. 

216  William   Mack. 

217  Moses    Shiman. 
Market  St.   Ends. 

218  Joseph  F.  Coupe. 
219-221  Steates  &   Ryan. 

222  Cadby  Bros. 

223  231  Hotel  Martin. 

224  J.   E.   Dodge. 

225  William   M.   Martin. 

231  James  D.  Noonan. 
233-235  Snyder  Bros. 

Franklin    St.    Ends. 

226  A.   H.   Williams   Co.    (Inc.). 
228  A.  A.  Kidder  (Inc.). 

22S  Hoffman    &    Son. 
230  Mathews   &   Co. 

232  W.  F.  Daly  &  Co. 
234  Utica  Cap  Factory. 

236  20th   Century   Shoe   Repairing. 

237  Abram  Amtman. 

237-241  Thomas  C.  Peters  Printing  Co. 

238  McLoughlin  Bros. 
Burnet  St.    Begins. 

240  Rev.  J.  S.  M.  Lynch. 

241  I.   W.  Ribyat 
243-245  Goldstone  Bros.  . 
249  Utica  Typsetting  Co. 
249  L.  R.  Mather. 

249  L.   H.    Hannas. 
251  Daniel  Sabine. 
253  Vacant. 
255  George  Bogoshian. 
257  A.   T.   Donovan  &  Co. 
259  I.    N.    Lovenheim. 
261-263  Milne   Home  Furnishing  Co. 
John    St.    Crosses. 

301-303  S.   A.   Mailman. 

304  Utica   Armature   Works.    . 

305  Mrs.   Lettie  Gilboy. 
305  Mary   Edwards. 

305  Bradford  Mills. 

306  William  T.   Cantwell. 

307  G.   B.   Holstein   &   Son. 

309  Edward  J.   McPhillips. 

310  Bleecker  Street  School. 
Academy  St.    Begins. 

Chancellor  Square. 

311  Frank   Malozzi. 
311  Morris  Rakowsky. 

313  Sheehan  Fruit  Syrup  Co. 
315-317   Joseph   Nelson. 


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321  Simon  Heigl. 

323  Nathan  Godfried. 

325  Charles    M.    Newlove. 

325  J.   Lee   Fairbank. 

325  James   R.    Crawford. 

325  The  Bender  Theater. 

327-331  Isaac  Whlffen's  Sons  Co. 

327  Vacant. 

327  Powell  Muffler  &  Timer  Co. 

333  Otis    Motor    Sales    Co. 

333%  Meredith  Jones. 

337  Utica    Motor    Car    Co. 

339  Andrew  Lotesto. 

339  David  Jones. 

339  Mrs.  Nellie  Coon. 

341  Harry  "Werner. 

343  Charlotte  C.  Green. 

345  "White  Sewing  Machine  Co. 

345  Angldile   Scale   Co. 

347  Ernestine  Sonne. 
First   St.   Crosses. 

403  New  York  Family  Liquor  Store. 

405  Felix  Scalise. 

405  Gaetano   Scalise. 
Chancellor  Square. 

407  Charles    D.    Johnson. 

407  Peter  E.   Smith. 
Park  Ave.  Crosses. 
Kent  St.    Begins. 

411  Dr.  F.  Robertaccio. 

411  Abram  Amtman. 

413  Benjamin  N.  Harris. 

413  Abe  Singer. 

413  David  Cohen  &  Co. 

415%  Bragio  Mallozi. 

417  Ernest  Caputo. 

417  Harry  Slaovinski. 
418-420  Isreal    S.    Benjamin. 

418  Vincent  Pico. 

419  Israel  S.  Benjamin. 

420  Abe  Singer. 

421  Erecole  Infusino. 
423  Thomas   Fiore. 

422  Edna  M.  Griffiths. 

423  Nicola    Scalise. 

424  Mrs.  Magdalena  Schrader. 

425  Vincent  Russo. 

426  Vacant. 

426  Martin  Walters. 

427  Pietro  Cavallo. 

427  Frank  Degni. 

428  Morris  Feole. 

428  John   L.   Hanauer. 
431  Sebastiano  Verrllli. 
431%   Rosario   Ruciti. 
430  Marie  Stefano. 
430  Utica  Fruit  Co. 


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432  George   CasteUta. 

432  Frank  Brendes. 

433  Biaggo  Malealzo. 

433  Benny  Stefano. 

434  Benny  Stefano.  * 

434  Joseph  Asselta. 

435  Frank  Zito. 

435  Antonio  Mercantonio.  •  - 

435  Leandro  Cipriano. 
436-438  C.  J.  Marrone. 
439-445  Lofaro  &  Rossi.       /. 
Second  St.  Crosses. 

501%  CentoleUa   &   Danlele. 

503  CentoleUa  &  Danlele. 

505  Michel  Loprete. 

507  Paulo  Dellarovere. 

509  Emidio   Spina. 

509  Rocco   Spina. 

509  Manuel   Saltzburg. 

509  Joseph  Zito. 

512  Francisco   Cassia. 

512  Frank    Staglione. 
511  Francis  Carboni. 

513  Salvatore   Durante. 
513  Joseph  Perretta. 
516  Joseph  Petterlli. 

516  Alfino   Russa. 

517  Oreste  Scalise. 

518  Antonio    Rotundo. 
518  Joseph   Miglone. 
519-521  A.   Sistl  &  Co. 
521  Frank   Cavallo. 
522-524  Frank   "Williams. 
523  Ferdinando  Gentile: 

523  Frank  Sorio. 

524  Joseph   Abraham. 
524  Geo.  F.  Stark. 

524  Carvino  Indimore. 
Montgomery  St.    Begins. 

525  Antonio   Talerico. 
525  Fred  Gentilli. 

527  Vitaliano  Nicotera. 
529  Joseph  Cumimo. 
533  Srour  Bros. 
533  David   George. 
533  Mary  George. 

533  John    Flahan. 

534  Joseph  George. 

535  Srour   Bros. 

536  S.    Pelletieri   &   Co. 

537  Nicortera  BIdg. 
537  Joseph    Nicortera. 
537  Ernest  Ferrazz. 
537  Raffaello    Donato. 
537  Domenico  Nicotera. 

537  Toney  Cella. 

538  Joseph  Nicolla. 

539  Joseph     Malino. 
541  A.   Sacco  &   Sons. 
541  Joseph    Sacco. 

541  Mike  Hatem. 

542  Michael  H.  Stanton,  Sr. 
545  Sam   Zogby. 

545  "W.    Starrer. 

546  Gaetano'  DeLuna. 

546  Domlnick   Zammlello. 

547  David   George. 
547  Antonio  Gaetano. 

547  Peter  Graziano. 

548  Salvation  Army  Home.        L 

551  Louis    Matt. 

551%  Eagle  Ice  Cream  Co. 
550-554  Salvation  Army  Industrial  Ho- 
tel. 

552  Domenico   Rossi. 

553  Joseph    L.    Matt. 
555  F.  Pepe, 

553  Matt  Bros. 


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197 


BLEECKER    STREET— Continued 

555  "Salvatore  Aiello. 

556  Emilo   Mastro. 

557  Barney  Sapiro. 
559  Barone  Bldg. 

559  Pietro  Barone. 

560  Charles  Trosset. 

560  Daniel   Helmer. 

561  Pietro    Barone. 
Third  Ave.   Crosses. 

601  Matthew  F.  Casey. 

602  Vincenzo  Pacillo. 

606  Francesco  Vendorino. 
605  Louis  Shidiar. 

607  Maria  Aiello. 

608  Farres  Bouab. 

609  Kajwan  Zogby. 

610  Morelli  Constantine. 
611-613  Salvatore  Manca. 

612  Vacant.  ' 

612  Vacant. 

613  John    Mili. 

614  Smith&  Rielly. 

614  Louis  P.  Hansen. 

615  Bashir   Tehan. 

619  Joseph  George. 

620  Vacant  lot. 

621  Joseph   Ferris. 

621  Sader   J.   Tanoory. 

622  Madie  Bros. 

623  Pacifico  T.  Alphonsi. 

624  Abraham  Bros. 

624  Frank    Vincent. 

625  Jno.  Ruggiero. 

626  Gacurto  Cassino. 

626  Fred  Bruzzese. 

627  John  Ruggiero. 
629  Pasquale  Corsale. 
629  M.   Abraham   &   Bro. 
629  Amleta  Lombardo. 
631  Salvatore  Bruno. 
631  International  Cafe. 
631  Eddgio   Morti. 

631  Rosario   Ricci. 
631  Frank  Maieli. 
633  Frank  Malara. 
634-636  Savoy  Theatre. 
635  Moses  Acee. 
637  J.   &  F.  Centolello. 
638-640    Mohawk    Valley    Roofing    Cor- 
r  poration. 

639  Frank  Daniels. 
639  Gennaro  Camelo. 
641  Nick  Camelo. 

641  Italian  Restaurant. 

642  Stefano  Lopiclolo. 

643  Salvatore  Benedetto. 
643  Prestare  Felice. 

643  Nerilli   &  Fescione. 

643  Felice   Faconlno. 

644  Star  Theater. 

644  Constanzio  Grimaldi. 
644  Joseph  Patriarca. 
644  Eugene  P.  Pingitore. 
644  Canstanzo  Grimaldi. 
644  Rocco  Pellettleri. 

644  Pietro  Santo.  ••*" 

645  Francesco   Marirosario.  , 
645%  Joe  Macusi. 

647  Joseph  Brindesl. 

646  Angelo  Flore. 
646  Jos.  Rocchiere. 

646  Alexander  Zacaroll. 

648  Celestino  Casaletta. 

648  Frank  Angelo. 

649  Rocco  Spina.  .  ..  ',   •    - 


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650  Peter  Montano. 

650  Vacant. 

651  Gateano  De  Pietro. 
651  Dr.   Stanley  E.   Tron. 

651  Senatro  Sinisgalli. 

652  Gilormo  Fontano. 
652%  Carlo   Fontana. 

653  N.   B.  Harris  Co. 

654  William  F.   Coughlin.  , 
658  Frank  Fagant. 

656  Dennis   Sullivan. 

657  Raffaelo  DiRosa. 
657  Albert   DiRosa. 

657  Jas.   Battiste. 

658  Michael  Powell. 

658  Ellen  Sullivan. 

659  Guiseppe   Cavallo. 

659  Antonio    Sinisgallo. 
659%  Italian   Tenement. 
659%   Joseph   Eggito. 
659%   Agostino  Torchia. 

660  Mary  Finnegan. 
660  Frank   Fischer. 
660%  Frank  Centolella. 

662  Tomaso   DeNarco. 

663  Sanitary  Barber  Shop. 

663  Senatro    Labella. 

665  J.  D.  Coughlin. 

664  Pasquale   Salerno. 

666  Vacant   lot. 

667  "William  Macintosh.' 

667  Elisae  Petronio.  < 

667  Charles    Markason. 

669  Chas.   Markason. 
667  Luigi  Petronia. 

670  Dr.   Frank   Rossi. 

670  Angelo  Vinci. 

671  John  Salerno. 

671  Frank   Salerno. 

672  Carlo  Pannella. 

673  Sam  Talarico. 

674  Vincent   DeLalla. 

675  Antoni   Riccl. 
675%  Petronia  Bros. 
677  Samuel  Wallach. 
679  Menottl  Sinisgalli. 
679  Mrs.  John  Mazzie. 
679  Caremno   Pacini. 
683  New  Block. 

685  Carmina   Falzoronl. 
687  Luigi   Colacco. 
689  Glgliotti    &    Talerlco. 
Mohawk  St.  Crosses. 

701  Daher  Hoblca. 

702  Luke   G.    Cahalan. 

702  Tomaso  Venettozzl. 

703  George  Plattler. 

704  John  F.  "Welch. 

705  S.  J.   Nicholson. 


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UTICA   CITY    [1913]    STREET    DIRECTORY 


MA'HER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHIERS  FOR  BOYS  AND  MEN 
FROM  HEAD  TO  FOOT 

Across  the  Slreel  from  Hotel  Ufica. 


BLEECKEE,    STREET— Continued 

706  George   Palermo. 
708  King  Light  Co. 
Albany   St.    Begins. 

707-711  Vacant  lots. 
713  George  H.  Enos. 
715  Mrs.    Gilbert   Hemel. 
715  T.   F.   Nugent. 
715  John  F.  Keough. 
724  Annie   J.    Lackey. 

730  Ernest   De   Sanctio. 

731  Oneida    County    Jail,'    "William    T. 

Donnelly. 

732  John    Shanley. 

733  Henry  J.   Lynch. 

734  Antonio  Viggiano. 

735  Antonio  Romano. 

736  Christopher  Simeone. 
736  Manca   Bros. 

736  Fatirico   Bolano. 

737  Domenico  Yule. 
737  Antonio   Romano. 
,741  Nicola   Collocicco. 

741  Luigi  Colacicco. 

742  Francesco   Longo. 

743  Mrs.   Terrose  James. 
744-746  Michael   Dwyer. 
745  Napoli   Bros. 

745  Nicola  Colaccio. 

747  Pasquale   Nudo. 

750  Dr.    Francesco   Robertaccio. 

750  Leonardo  Robertaccio. 

752  John  Wiegand. 

755  Joseph   Muci. 

755  Antonio    Perretta. 

756  Mrs.  Jane  Niles.    . 

756  Dr.   George  C.   Niles. 

757  Rocco    Manzi. 
757  Peter    Manzi. 

761  Francisco   Arcone. 
761  Andrew  Burns. 
763  Antonio   Dalatto. 

763  Domanico  Marinello. 

764  Donato    Vitullo. 

765  Frank  Abriola. 

765  Raffaele  Conte. 

766  Mrs.   John   R.   "Williams. 

766  Morgan    Bartwell. 

767  Paul  Limentino. 
770  Rocco  Graziadei. 
773  Joe  Latarsino. 

773  Constantino  Napoli. 
773  Joseph  Sharccio. 
773  Leonald    Zito. 

775  Cesare  Leporte. 

776  "Vacant. 
Hubbell  St.  Crosses. 


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801  Vincenzo  Sacco. 
801  Matteo  Farina. 
803  Utica  Trading  Co. 

803  Antonietta  Sacco. 

804  Frank  L.   Williams. 

804  Michael  Asselta.      i 

805  Charles  Cain. 

805  Florence  Jillson. 

806  William   B.   Hullar. 
809  William   Lafferty. 

809  John  Haley. 

810  Stephen   Collins. 
813  Italians. 

816  Daniel   K.    Murphy. 

816  Charles  L.   Fenner. 

817  Alarico    Baia. 

818  George  Martocci. 
818  Philip  Brandes. 

821  Stephen  Worlock. 

822  Thomas  F.  Rossiter. 
822  WTilliam  Nicknish. 
823-827  Vacant  lots. 

826  James  Roy. 
826  James    Harkin. 

828  Vacant. 

829  Vacant. 

830  Henry   Reska. 

830  Peter  W.   Drumm. 
838  William  G.   Robbins. 
838  John    T.    Evans. 

841  Church  of  the  Holy  Cross. 

842  Bartholomew  Small. 

842  John  R.  Barnard. 

843  John   O'Connor. 
843  Jas.    McGuire. 

847  Ida   L.    Balch. 

848  Wellington  E.   Christman. 

849  Rocco  Perretta. 
849  Wm.   S.   Summa. 
851  Vacant. 

853  Onofrio  Argese. 
855  Michael   McGuirl. ' 

855  Robert   Oakes. 

856  Vacant  lot. 

857  Raymond  Sterling. 
857  Sarah  Brinkman. 
868  Geo.    Trossett. 

86S  Margaret  A.   Williams. 
871  Michael  Hennessey. 
871  Abaelino  R.  Mitchell. 
859  Wm.  F.  Cooper. 
861  Timothy  E.  Dunn. 
867  James  S.  Charles.    • 
867  Frank  J.   Hopple. 
881  Michael    Buckley. 
881  Reuben   Jones. 
883  S.    &  F.   Perretta. 
8S5  Michael   Buckley. 
887  Michael  Buckley. 
889  S.  &  F.  Perretta. 
891  Michael  J.   Glancy. 
891  James  Landrey. 
893  Nellie  Keif. 
893  William  F.  Lehmann. 

895  Charles  McTiernan. 

896  Hibernian   Hall   Bowling  Alleys. 
896  Henry    Mosier. 

896  The  Joe  Ball  Show. 
896  Lavern    Stevens. 
898  Senlx  Club. 
898  George  F.  Winnie. 
Kossuth   Ave.   Crosses. 

901  James    K.    Marmion. 

902  Hotel  Durrenbeck. 

906  Dr.   Charles  L.  Furman. 
.  906  Red  Cross  Pharmacy. 

907  John    Sardelll. 


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BLEECKER  STREET— Continued 

907  N.    Amorlio    &    Co. 
90S  James   E.    Welch. 

909  Santa   Oliva. 
909,  Samuel    Oliva. 
909'  Geo.    Trosset. 

910  Thomas  White. 

910  Jesse    Ladne. 

911  Otis  J.   Tillson. 

911  Clement   Bernard. 

912  Chas.  A.  Ross. 

912  Thomas    E.    McCarthy. 

912  Sarah  E.   Coyle. 

913  Bottling  Works. 
915  Curtis    Erwin. 

915  Bleecker  Lunch  Room. 
915  Clarence   Spiers. 
915  y2  Harold  Robbins. 
917  James  Palombo. 
917  Dominick    Cazale. 
919  Herman  J.   Nicknish. 
919  Blanche  Nicknish. 
919  Robert  W.  Evans. 
919  Charles    Jacqnenard, 
919  George  Durant. 
921  Tony    Frank. 
921  Louis-   Spates. 
921  Clifford    Law. 
921  Smith  H.'  Palmer. 

921  Wm.    Crippen. 

922  Lecia  Lennon. 

922  Mary   Powers. 

923  Louis  Degironino. 
923  Vacant. 

923  Nick  Mercei. 

924  Frank  Wallace. 
924  Nellie  Leary. 

924  David   Schultz. 

925  Jacob   Farchain. 

925  Harry    Shaffer. 

926  Marion  Bohanan. 
926  Mary  L.    Bier.    ■ 

926  Addison  D.  Fletcher. 

927  Norine  Parcell. 
927  Henderson  Peek. 
927  Howard  R.   Bender. 
927  Ray  McConnell. 

927  James  McConnell. 
■  928  Bert    Gillette. 

928  Henry  McCoy. 

928y2  Thomas   H.    Bingham. 

929  Amos    Hanson. 

929  Edwin  H.  Breesee. 
'     929  Arthur  Prindle. 

930  East  Utica  Baptist   Church. 
934  Vacant   lot. 

940    William  W.  McDaniels. 

940  Frederick   Stuber. 

942  Mrs.   Josephine  Jaynes. 

942  John  Bohan. 

942  Charles   Lanmelster. 

955  Samuel  Geiser. 
.956  Fred    Metty. 

956  John  C.  Fincke. 

957  Rev.  J.   J.   Burd. 

958  Tacant  lot. 

-     959  Martha    Brookman. 
960  James  F.   Grace. 

960  Chas.   A.   Chadwick. 

961  John    Morris. 

962  Alfred  H.  Griswold. 

962  Grover  G.  Crill. 

963  Vacant. 

963  John  Maloney. 
963%  Thos.    S.   Barber. 
963%  Elizabeth  Kirley. 


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965  Mrs.  Emma  V.  Knight. 

966  George   S.   McCarthy. 
965  Ben   Dempsey. 

967  Salvatore  Insario. 
967  Archibald    Johnson. 

967  D.  Di  Pollina. 

968  L.  M.  Schrwer. 

968  Frederick  Desmond. 

968  Enoch  Tue. 

969  Joseph    Grazialier. 

970  Griffith  Owens. 

971  Eugene    A.    Geer. 
971  Isaac  Hymes. 
973  Isaac    Hymes. 
975-977  Jennie   Turner. 
975  Vacant. 

973  Ford  A.  Hoose. 

975  Mrs.  Jennie  A.  Turner. 

976  Vacant. 

977  Jamieson  &  Dunn. 
97S  Moses  P.  Redmond. 

978  William    McSweeney. 
982  Frank   Donohue. 

980  Kay's  Kash  Bazaar. 

9S2  Foster  Williams. 

984  Henry  K.   Preston. 
Nichols   St.   Crosses. 

1001  C.   B.  Weir  &  Son. 
1003  Lynn  H.  Wilcox. 
1003  James    D.    Richardson. 
1003  Mrs.  Anna  Cripp.s. 

1003  Peter  MacGarry. 

1004  Agnes    Barlow. 
1004  Helen  Entwistle. 

1004  Frederick  Wenke. 

1005  Thomas  Barlow. 

1006  Thomas  Barlow. 
1006  Sarali    Carroll. 

1006  John    Fielding. 

1007  Jos.  C.  Miller. 
1007-1009-10U  Hotel    Sheridan. 

1008  Daniel  Soper. 

1008  Charles   Niermeyer. 

1008  John  Yordy. 

1008  Jamieson   &  Neely. 

1008  George   Fox. 

1010  Burke    &    Shaughnessy. 

1010  Seneca  Club. 

1011  Vacant. 

1014  Branch    Leahy's   Laundry. 
1014  Julius 'B.   Kay. 

1014  Charles   Shipman. 

1016  Oneida   County   Creamery   Co. 

1015  Vacant. 

1017  Bechtel   &  Markis. 
„  1015  Stella  Mosher. 

1016  George  A.  Vedder. 
1016  George  S.   Glass. 

1016  Leonard  Geary.   (Rear) 
1019  Vacant. 


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BLEECKER     STREET— Continued 

1019  Samuel  Kay. 
1019  George  Ewing. 
1019  George  Morton. 
1021  William  Hubbard. 
1021  Patrick  Sullivan. 
1024  Ward  Pierce. 
1024  Vacant. 

1024  Catherine  L.  Holloran. 

1025  Mohawk  Valley  Coal  Co. 
1027  JuliusKaletzky. 

1027  David  Miller. 

1027  Sampson   J.   Mason. 

1029  William   F.    Hannigan. 
1029  Samuel  T.   Bennett. 

1030  John  Young. 
1032  John  Hanson. 
1032  Jos.  C.  Foley. 
1034  Charles  A.  Gagin. 
1034  Frank   Murdock. 

1034  Leonard   Geary- 

1035  Geo.  W.  Kelly  &  Thos.  F.  Kelly. 
1035  Charles   R.   Sco'uten. 

Jefferson   Ave.   Crosses. 
1101  Martin  M.   Kress. 

1103  Carrie    O'Hara. 
11031/2  Frank  J.  Ward. 

1104  John  E.   Eaton. 

1104  Charles  A.  Bond. 

1105  Union  Shoe  Store. 
1105  Alton  L.  Bell. 

1105  Mrs.  Cora  J.  Harrison. 
HOG  Elizabeth.  M.   Cavanaugh. 

1106  Jeremiah  F.  Augar. 
1108  Frank  B.  Williams. 
1108  John  Taylor. 

1110  Lewis    F.    Smith. 

1107-1111  Vacant  lots. 

1115  Frank  B.  Williams. 

1115  Jerome  F.   Sayles. 

1117-1119   Fred   Mettey. 

1119  Mathew  Fisher. 

1119  East  Utica  Bottling  Works. 

1121  Walter  Mullen. 

1121  Joseph   Horn. 

1121  John  S.  Wemple. 

1123  Clarence  A.  Weir. 

1123  Jennie   Warner. 

1125  Smith  &  Co. 

1126  Thomas  Dwyer,  Jr. 
1126  Homer  Tallman. 

1126  William  A.  Hayes. 

1127  William  F.  Slade. 

1128  Julia  Hoban. 

1128  John  Hoban. 

1129  Walter  J.  Force. 
1129  Tony  Tuzzo. 


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1129  Frank   W.    Duross. 

1129  Rollin  Howe. 

1130  Emil  S.  Welty. 
Mllgate  St.  Crosses. 

1201  Peter  A.  Eagan. 
1201  Willis    Maynard. 
1201  Sarah  LaFluer. 
1201  John  C.  Johnston. 

1203  Clarence  Blakeman. 

1204  Patrick  F.   Quinlan. 
1204  Geo.  W.  Rlchter. 

1204  Thomas  Nugent. 

1205  Vacant. 

1205%Garonwy    Roberts. 
1205%  Helen  G.  Jones. 

1206  John    A.    Mauthe. 

1207  Arthur  J.  Emerson. 

1208  John    Duffy. 

1210  James  L.   Lindsey. 

1212  Albert  J.   Hammon. 
1212%  Vacant  lot. 

1213  Vacant. 

1215  Thos.    W.    Brown. 
1217  Eugene  Judd. 
1217  Mordaca  Vinable. 
1221  Charles  Meyers. 

1221  William  J.  McTiernan. 

1222  John  McGowan. 

1222  Frederick   C.    Crandall. 
Bacon    St.    Crosses. 

1303  Jacob   Goldbas. 

1304  Peter   Cunningham. 
1304  Clifford    Ribbins. 
1305-1319  Vacant  lots. 
1306-1318  Vacant  lots. 

No.  6  Engine  House. 
1307  Charles  D.    Santucci.    1 
•    1307  Frederick   H.    Swift. 
1309  David  L.  Mahoney. 

1309  Theodore   Searles. 
1311  Delbert  Griffin. 
1311  Anthony   Ello. 

1311  Herbert    Lockwood. 
1311  George    A.    Booth. 

1310  Sylvester  Bellomy. 
1310  Arthur  Tesciole. 
1321  Edward  Cunningham. 
1321  John  H.  McGowan 
1321  John  M.  Bonn. 

Wetmore  St.   Crosses. 
1401  Wm.    McTiernan. 
1401  Elberta  Howard. 

1401  George   Petiotte. 

1402  John  Mills. 

1402  Frank  P.   Coughlin. 

1403  Maria  C.   Little. 
1403  Frank   Joy. 

1403  Byron  A.  Goodercnote. 

1404  Patrick  J.  McGuiness. 
1404  Fred   Mason.      , 

1407  Maude   E.   Bustelli. 
1407  John    Desopa. 
1*16  Vacant  lot. 
1418  Thomas  E.   Gaines. 
1420  Vlto  DUoris. 
1423  Raffealo   Colombio 
Buffalo  St.   Crosses. 

1501  William  D.   Chase. 
1501  Edward  M.   Platler 
1501  Phillips  &  Platler  " 
1503-1517  Vacant  lots. 
1502-1512  Vacant    lots. 
1514  James  W.  Johnston. 

1518  Vacant  lot. 

1519  Albert  P.   Griswold. 
1519  Ernest  E.  BechteL 
1519  Fay  D.  Ebensperger. 


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BLEECKER     STREET— Continued 

1519  Addison  E.  Maynard. 

1522  Albert   D.    Crocker. 

1524  George  Hardie. 
Tllden   Ave.   Crosses. 

1601-1619  Vacant    lots. 
.    1602  Arthur    Howland.  '. 

1602  Michael   Sullivan. 

1604  Dan'l  J.  Walsh. 

1604  Albert  A.  Snyder. 

1612  Jno.   H.   Balsley. 

1614  Vacant 

1616  Charles  W.  Keeler. 

1618  Vacant    lot. 

1623  Paul    Talerico. 

1623  Rufus    Polozzo. 

1625  Philip    Spartano.  / 

Niagara   St.   Crosses.  \ 

1701-1702  Vacant  lots. 

1715  George  Lena. 

1715  Marco  Pempenelli. 

1715  Joseph   Dote. 

1715  Lucy  Dote. 

1715  Pasquale  Fragetta. 

1715  Frank  Maieli. 

1717  John  Adlhock. 

1723  Vacant    lot. 

1728  Vacant  lot. 
Ontario    Begins. 
Gilbert   St.   Ends. 

1801-1829  Vacant  lots. 

1802-1838  Vacant    lots. 
Oscar   St.   Crosses. 

1902  Vacant    lot. 

1909  Louis  Murch. 

1911  Fred  L.  Jones. 

1913  Louis   Shank. 

1915  John  Brown. 

1917  Leo  Townsend. 

1919  Meredith   Jones.  ( 

1921  John  Barrowman. 

1925  Charles  Ballard. 

1927  Charles  Oster. 

1940  Samuel  Holt. 

1941  Geou  B.  Berge. 
1945  John  T.  Dunn. 

Culver  Ave.   Begins. 

2002-2024  Vacant    lots. 

2026  John   J.    Siegrlst.  9 

2027  Mary  M.  Fisher. 

2028  John    N.    SiegTlst. 

2029  James  Cobb. 
Beech  Grove  Begins. 
Josephine  Ave.  Begins. 

2101  Maud  Bustelli. 
2101  Jacob  Tyler. 

Beach   Grove. 

James   J.    Dwyer. 
West  Shore  Railroad  Crosses. 

Masonic  Home,  near  City  Line. 

Utlca  Driving  Park.   , 

Utica   Park   Restaurant. 

BOYCE  AVENUE 

Begins  205  Elm  St.,   runs  to  Steuben. 
7th  Ward. 
This  is  a  new  street  and  is  mostly-  va- 
cant lots. 

8  Charles  R.  Wider. 
8  Roy  W.   Surridge. 
10  Robert  Ashford. 
Vacant  lots. 
Bohling  &  Woolsey. 
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533    Whitesboro    to    State    Hospital    Grounds 
— 9th    Ward. 
Vacant  lot. 
8  Mott  J.  Jones. 

8  Louis   Thompson. 

9  Anna  E.   Kammerlohr. 
10  Mary  Kilts. 

10  James  E.  Harrison. 

11  John  M.  Matteson. 

11  Edward   Rayhill. 

12  Frederick  R.   Schindler. 
12  Edwin  W.   Cunningham. 
15  Felix  E.  Geary. 

15  Kate  Lynch. 

14  Thomas  Goring. 

14  John  M.   Sewell. 

16  Walter   C.    Wallace. 

16  George  A.  Edwards. 

17  Owen  Ji  Roland. 

17  Mrs.  Sarah  Sutherland. 

15  Anna  Ferguson. 
IS  Frank  K.   Brady. 
19  George  J.   Guhit*. 

19  William  Ecret. 

20  John  C.  Greene. 

21  Dr.   Thos.   E.   Evans. 

21  Anna  L.  Heyse. 

22  Angeline  Wilson. 

22  Thomas   W.   Hughes. 

22  Robert  J.  Hughes.    - 

23  George  A.   Orcutt. 

23  Frank  H.   Cadogan. 

24  Evan  E.   Ellis. 

24  Hugh  H.  Williams. 

25  Ahart  Marcy. 

26  Edward  A.    Dressel. 

26  Wilmer    J.    Rickard. 

27  Louis   C.   Kienle. 

27  John  F.  Davis. 
2S  Verna  M.   Brown. 

28  Samuel  Clarke. 

29  Charles    A.    Schaub,    Jr. 

31  Vacant  Lot. 

30  Walter  J.   Warren. 
30  Nels  C.  Nelson. 

32  Bernard  F.  Teefrey. 

32  James   Cowdre. 

33  Vacant. 

33  James  Foster. 

35  James  E.  Watson. 

37  Adam  J.   Ditzel. 

37  Charles  H.  Wilscn. 

38  John   E.   Wadall. 

3S  Edward  P.   Trlebel. 

40  Dr.  Daniel  J.  Vedder,  Jr. 
Highland  Ave.  Crosses. 

41  Fred  C.   Lockwood. 
41  William  R.  Wilson. 


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Vacant  lots. 
42  Vacant. 
42  Alice    Kellerman. 
44  Benson   McClure. 

44  Margaret   O'TooIe. 

46  Vv'illiam  G.  Shipman,  Jr. 

45  Franklin  L.  Pitman. 
4S  James   T.    Maher. 

48  George  Schneider. 
50  John  C.   Moseley, 

50  Fred    Loucke. 

51  Judson   Cocnrod. 

52  John   Kielback. 

53  George   Coonrod. 

54  Vacant. 

55  Vv'ilHam   Ecret,    Jr. 
Vacant  lots. 

BREEZE     STREET 

Johnson    to    24    Canal — 2nd    Ward. 
1  Thomas   Stuponski. 

1  John  Furmanski. 

2  Roman    Szemczyk. 

2  Wladyslaw  Okrosiewski. 

3  Frank   Dopolski. 

4  John  Zastawny. 

4  Jacob   Wiek. 

5  Margaret  N.   Ehlinger. 

6  Albert  Zientek. 

7  William   Schook. 

9  Walenty  Krencidlo. 

9  Matthew   Fuez. 

9  Peter   Munarski. 
10  Frederick  C.   Brown. 
10  Frederick  C.   Brown  &  Co. 
10  Louis  Sinasbaugh. 
Potter  Ave.    Ends. 
12  Frank    Sail. 
12  Joe  Sykorkl. 

14  Joe  Walicki. 

15  John   Sinsabaugh. 
15  John  A.  Vogler. 

15  Anna    M.    Williams. 

16  Anna    Kuchanowska. 

17  Louis   T.   Hughes. 

18  George  W.  Hughes. 
'  20  August   C.    Witzel. 

21  Stephen   Marftnski. 
21  Patrick'  N.  Haley. 
23  Vincent  Stominsky. 
23  Stanley   Lacztowski. 

BRINCKEREOEF     AVENUE 

Rutger  to   Pleasant — 10th   and   12th   Wards. 
5  Thomas    L.    Kingsley 

8  Garage.     Wm.  E.  Lewis. 

9  Michael  J.   Burke. 
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13  Mrs.   Elizabeth  Reed. 

14  John  F.   Brady. 
14  Nordon   R.    Jones. 

16  George    B.    Crist. 

17  William   F.    Buckley. 
17  Richard'  M.    Williams. 

20  Frank  W.  Alcott. 

21  William  W.   McSorley. 
21  Samuel  Burbank. 

24  Thomas  A.   O'Hara. 

25  Alice  Howes. 

28  Jas.    A.    Sullivan. 

28  Sarah  A.   Davies. 

29  Horace    E.    Buchanan. 

30  Mrs.    Mary   McManamon. 
30  Mary  A.   Collins. 

33  Richard  R.  Pritchard. 
,33  George   E.   Upson. 

36  Alfred  H.   Munson. 

37  Edwin  A.  Eaker. 

37  George  T.  St.  Leger. 
40  Frank  P,   Blodgett. 

40  Wm.  H.  Jones. 

41  Lawrence  A.  Charbonneau. 
41  Magdalena  J.   Klotz. 

44  Frank  M.  Champion. 

44  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Jones. 

45  Sister  Camella  (St.  Frances). 
4S  S.    Hcag  Ackroyd. 

49  Mrs.    Susan  P.    Putnam. 

49  John  H.   Barry. 

50  Arthur  L.   Snell. 
South    St.    Crosses. 

59  Mrs.   Charles   S.   Green. 
65  Norman   B.    Smith. 

67  Jno.    W.    Bates. 

68  Francis  R.  Hoffman. 

70  William    Wilkie. 

71  Ella    P.    Williams. 

72  Vacant    lot. 

75  Frank   Cutter. 

75  Olive  J.   Bakus. 

76  John    Crouse. 
76  Mary    Guelich. 

79  J.   Albert  Wilkins. 

79  Mrs.   L.    C.   Raynor. 

80  Charles   E.    Barnard.         • 

81  Gilbert  W.  Knight. 

82  Vacant   lot. 

85 'Jas.    H.    Baker. 
•85  Mrs.    Sophia    Milgate. 
86  William    B.    Hughes. 
86  Howard  J.  McVoy. 
90  Helen   Ferguson. 

90  Jane  F.   Smith. 

91  Florence  Peattie. 
94  William  H.  Griffin. 

94  Jesse  M.  Brayton. 

95  Ernest    Schiller. 
95  Calixte  Hebert. 

97  John  F.  Peuss. 

98  Eliz.    A.    Williams. 
98  John    Folkner. 

100  Oryille  C.  Davis. 
100  Martin  S.  Sautter. 

102  Vacant  lot. 

103  William    B.    Burke. 

104  Samuel  Bohner. 

104  William  F.  Evans.  .   . 

105  Jacob   Schafer. 

105  Mary  A.  Flanagan. 
Mortimer  St.   Crosses. 

111  George  J.  Kommer. 

112  John  M.  Dowd. 

113  William  L.  Stroebel. 

115  Henry  W.   Kommer. 

116  Harry  P.  Shear. 


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116  Alfred  W.  Cockerill. 

117  Frank   A.    Piquet. 
117  Margaret  Miller. 
121  Chester  A.    Barden. 

121  Jas.   T.    Prendergast. 

122  Catharine   Donovan.  ' 
122  A.   B.  Beatty. 

127  Charles  F.   Lovett. 

128  Fred    Peattie. 

128  Joseph  W.  Fitzgibbons. 
131  Richard  T.   Jones. 

131  Margaret  A.   Brennan. 

132  Patrick   J.    Farley. 

135  John    Ulrlch. 

136  Angeline  B.   Potter. 

136  Bert   H.    Goodenow. 

137  David  A.    Grant. 

139  Charles  S.  Jones. 

140  Joe  Ball. 

140  Chester  A.  'Smalley. 

141  David    Jones. 

144  Mrs.    John    J.    Lynch. 

145  Patrick  F.  Milet. 

146  Amelia    LaRouche. 

146  Christopher  C.  Sears. 

147  Leslie  A.   Parrott. 
149  Edward  A.   Herbig. 

149  William  E.  Duffy. 

150  Eugene  C.  Ellis. 
150  Horatio  F.  Yule. 

Eagle  St.   Crosses. 

154-156  Henry  Wildhack,  Jr. 
156  Charles  H.   Sittig. 
156  Gotleib    Baumler. 
156  Ludwig    Reul. 

156  Ernest  C.  Sittig. 
135  Charles  Hamer. 

i    155  Louis  E.   Parks. 

157  Jas.  H.  Frear. 
157  "Walter   R.    Jones. 
160  Alexander   Stein. 
160  D.   J.   Bellinger. 
162-164  Vacant    lots. 
163  Louise    Klausing. 
163  John    R.    Brown. 
167  George  Hadley. 

167  Ralph    G.    Gilbert. 

168  Hiram  R.   Barnum. 
168  Malorie  R.   Seism. 
171  Frank  W.  Watts. 

171  Alfred    H.    Jones. 

172  Edward   L.    Mainwaring. 

173  James  H.   Prichard. 
173%  Mrs.  Jane  Jones. 

175  Catharine  Welch. 

176  Mary  M.  Rahn. 

177  Patrick  J.   Coakley. 

178  Vacant  lot.    , 

179  John  J.  Coakley. 

180  E.  Goodrich  King. 

182  Robert  E.   King. 

183  Conrad  Lochner,  Jr. 

183  William  P.  Smith. 

184  Arthur  W.  Pickard. 
187  Peter  Knutty. 
187  Clayton  Reynolds. 

187  Charles  W.   Mohr. 

188  Geo.  F.  Penner.     ' 
188  Kate  Wltherell. 
191  Anthony    Ullrich. 

191  Mrs.  Jerome  Holdredge. 

192  Michael   J.    Wldtman. 
192  William  ■  Helmke. 
195  Edward  Scott. 
195  Mrs.   Catherine  Pierce. 


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196  Mrs.   Cath.   McDermott. 

197  Vacant. 

198  Mary   Griffin. 

198  Patrick    Howlin. 

199  Vacant   lot. 

200  Mrs.  Hattie  E.  Cropsey. 
202  James   D.    O'Keefe. 

Leah  St.  Crosses. 

205  Francis   Lachevit. 

205  Charles   Dagwell. 

206  Thomas  Walsh. 

206  William  H.  Murray. 

207  Catharine  Gossin. 
207  Charles  J.  Ulrlch. 
210  Mrs.    Mary    Sherwood. 

210  William   T.   Cantwell. 

211  Terrence  W.  Dolan. 
211  Charles   F.   Jones. 
214  William    Remmer. 
£14  Mrs.  Mary  E.  Farrell. 

217  William   Roberts. 

218  Alice   E.   Sifert. 
218  Frank  W.  Irwin. 

213  Mrs.  Addie  Bellinger. 
221  Mrs.   Harriet  A.  Prentice. 

221  William    L.     Mann. 

222  William    H.    Thompson. 
-  222  Robert   H.    Evans. 

223  Clarence   G.   King. 

224  Vacant    lot. 

225  Mrs.    Eliza   M.    Barnes. 
227  Vacant. 

229  Frank  D.  Egger. 
223  Oliver  S.   Xewcomb. 

230  Frank    L.-   Dighman. 

231  Jas.   M.  Wallace. 

233  Merton  F    Nettleton. 

234  Michael  P.   Doll. 

237  John   F.   Hahn. 

238  Michael    Doll. 
Square   St.   Crosses. 

232-240  Vacant    lots. 
242  Mrs.    Ruth    Morris. 
242  Robert   J.    Evans. 
250  Vincent    Durr. 
232-240  Vacant  lots. 
261  Geo.    E.    Heldman. 
265  George    D.    Caffry. 
2G5  Walter  V.   Gilbert. 
267  Matilda    Parsons. 
267  Harold   R.    Mcintosh. 

272  Vacant   lot. 

273  Vacant. 

273  Lewis  E.    Williams. 

274  Joseph  Boehlert. 
274  Ernest    Staniop. 
276  Robert   G.    Roberts. 
276  Louis  Urtz. 

,277  Mary  J.  Beechwood. 


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277  Vacant. 

27S-282  Vacant  lots. 

285  Charles    May. 

289  Charles   M.    Henry. 
280  Lucius    H.    Parker. 

290  Vacant   lot. 

292  John    H.    Steppins. 

292  Elliott   D.   Johnson. 

293  Frederick  J.   Dicks. 

293  George  A.   Stein. 
Arthur   St.    Crosses. 

294  Vacant   lot. 

297  William  H.  Gray. 

297  Albert   H.    Neale. 

297  Herman  H.    Rinehard. 

297  Christian   Zwahlen   &   Sons. 

299-304  Vacant  lots. 

306  Albert    R.    Hurd. 

306  Frank    J.    VanHoosen. 

309  John    M.    Roper. 

309  Wm.  H.   Stevens. 

310  Thomas    Stafford. 

310  Mrs.  Mary  A.  Bucher. 

313  Vacant  lot. 

314  Wm.  Griffith. 

314  Levi  D.   Vining. 

315  Public  School  No.  20. 
318  Charles    Stein. 

320  Breslon   Friss. 

320  Gus   Gates. 

328  Frederick  Petersen. 

332  Clark  E.   Shaver. 

334  Charles  A.  Peattie. 

338  Charles  Weigel. 

338  Mrs.  Mary  J.  Carter. 

342  Bert   Fuller. 

342  Roy  Hedges. 

345  Conrad    A.    Stein. 

■346  Chauncey   E.    Tallman. 

346  James  Jones. 

350  William    Brockway. 

350  Thomas  Schram. 

354  Charles    H.    Ebensperger. 

354  Jas.  F.  Garry. 

355  Frederick  A.  Voll. 

355  Charles  J.  Marsh. 

356  Lewellyn  Tones. 
358  Nicholas  J.    Bogan. 
360  Alexander  McKerrow. 
362  Harry  F.  Griffith. 
364  Edw.  R.   Thomas. 
364  William  Tanner. 
366  Harold  E.  Hand. 
368  Andrew  L   Rose. 
370  Jos.  K.  Miller. 


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372  Edward  F.  Bremer. 

374  John  L.   Stack. 

376-380  Vacant  lots. 

382  Richard    Schrader. 

384-397  Vacant    lots. 

398  Frederick  M.  Brennan. 

400  Vacant   lot. 

401  Vacant. 
James  St.  Crosses. 

BRISTOL    STREET 

Sunset   Ave.   to   Fay — 9th    Ward. 

2  Harry  T.   Bridget. 

3  Barn. 

4  Eugene  Woodhull. 
6  Peter    Lynch. 
8-10  Vacant     lots. 

11  William   Breish. 

12  Charles   L.    Smith. 
12  Mrs.  Fredericka  Pente. 
15  John  H.  Schaub. 

15  George  F.  Schaub. 

16  Herbert  Robischon. 

19  Nicholas    Kinsinger. 

20  Mary  Nagel.  , 

20  Joseph    Barth. 

21  Vacant. 

22  John   A.    Pacius. 

22  David   Denmark. 

23  Joseph   Schwab. 
25  William   W.   Christman. 

25  John  Lelone. 

26  Polly    Nichols. 

27  Andrew   Drizqula. 

27  Michael    Tomadwecz. 
2S  Peter   Walkowski. 

28  Valdslaw  Dlugecki. 

32  August  Barth. 

33  William    B.    Abel. 

33  Louis  Walters. 

34  Joseph  Feldman. 

35  Mrs.    Anna    O'Hanlon. 

35  Nicholas   J.   McGowan. 

36  George  Keidel. 
36  Robert  Griffith. 
39  George  A.   Rodgers. 
39  Abraham    Rivers. 

39  Mrs.    Susan   E.    Bogart. 

40  Donicsvk  O.  Coutzyk. 

40  K.    S.    Waskiewiez. 

41  James  A.   McLoughlin. 

41  George    H.    Stark. 

42  John  Bier. 

43  Peter    Sutzski. 
43  Henry  Rodgers. 

43  Thomas  P.  Fletcher.         x 

44  Robert   Barnes. 

45  John  Lejenski. 

45  Edward  G.   McLoughlin. 

46  David  O'Brien. 
49  Michael   Zindeck. 
49  John  Moscawe. 
49  Sophia   Strachick. 

BROAD    STREET 

Genesee    to    Gilbert— 1st,    5th    and 
Wards. 
1  Mann  Building  Entrance. 
3  A.  S.  Evans  &  Co. 
3-5  Brown  &  Hopson  (Inc.). 
7  Moore,  Sheldon  &  Co. 
7  Edwin   W.    McQulvey. 
7  New  York  State  Dredging  Corpora- 
tion. 
9  National    Express   Co 
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13  Adams  Express  Co.  ' 
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15-17  Hotel   Grand. 
Franklin  St.   Begins. 

United    States   Court   House   and   Post- 
offlce   Building — 
United    States    Postofflce. 
U.   S.  District  Court  Rooms. 
U.   S.  Circuit  Court  Rooms. 
Chambers  U.  S.  District  Judge. 
U.   S.   Internal  Revenue  Office. 
U.   S.   Custom  Office. 
Custodian's    Office. 
U.    S.    Clerk's   Office. 
John   St.    Crosses. 

20  Smyth-Despard  Co. 

21  William  Donalty. 
21  Daniel  Leary. 

21  McQuade   Bros. 

21  Sarah  Scanlan. 

22  Mohawk  Valley  Heating  Co. 

22  Utica  Tire  Co. 

23  Thomas  Drago. 

23  John  Vickley. 

24  Mohawk  Valley   Transfer  &    Stor- 

age Co. 
24  C.  E.  Riley  Co. 

24  George  Kavanaugh. 

25  Frederick  Heidt.  - 

25  Thomas   Drago. 

26  Frank  L.  Jones. 
27-29  Frank  T.  Johnson. 

28  American   Express   Stables. 

30  Rathbun    Co. 

31  Michael  E.  Hagen. 

32  Rathbun  Co. 

33  Mrs.   John  H.    Stenson. 

34  Louis  A.   Dring. 

35  Engineer   Maintenance   of  Way,   N. 

Y.  State  Railways. 

36  Paul   Baker. 

37  William    H.    Barzee. 

38  Petrotta  &  Co. 

38  Salvatore   Petrotta. 
Zi  Joseph  Zito. 
38  Joseph  Mazza. 

39-43  Belt  Line  Railroad  Building. 
40  Julius    Wick. 
42  Henry    C.    Ballou. 
45-47  Brandegee,  KIncaid  &  Wood? 
First  St.  Crosses. 

44  Rev.  George  C.  Groves,  Jr. 
44  Edwin  Deane. 
46  Trinity  Church. 
48  James    Fiora. 

48  Albert    J.    Dennis. 

49  Mrs.  Elizabeth  H.  Tourtellot. 

50  Sarah  H.   Goldbas. 

51  Vacant. 

51  Philip    Gentile. 

52  Joseph  W.  DeGiorgi. 

53  Angeline   DeCario. 

53  Charles  Decomente. 

54  Vacant  lot. 

55  Solomon  Stone. 

56  Catherine   Sample. 

56  Mrs.    Mary  Husband. 
56  Viola  McMillen. 
.    5J  Concetta  Sallbro. 

56  Pasquale   Salibro. 

57  Frank   Maltese. 

57  Mary  Alberico. 

58  Archilli   Pellettieri. 

59  Sam  Otezky. 

59  Simon  Dimovsky. 

60  Jennie  Curry. 


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61  Abraham  W.   Philllpson. 

61  David   Bernstein. 
62' Charles   Minal. 

62  Ellen   M.    Ryan. 

63  Antonio  S.  Alberico. 

63  Earl    M.    Hogan. 

64  Walter  Baynaid. 

64  Rev.   Robert   J.    Strotcher. 

65  Frisbie  &  Stansfield  Knitting  Co. 
George  Frisbie,  Treasurer.     General 

office.    The    Byington    Mill,    cor. 
Second. 
Second  St.  Crosses. 

66  George  E.   Harris. 
66  Edwin  P.  Sanders. 

66  George   W.    Lawyer. 
66%  Fred  S.  Schaub.  . 

67  Lowery  Bros. 

67%  Clarence  Quackenbush. 
67%  Santo  Pucclno. 

68  Vincenzo    Scalise. 

68  Domenico    Scalise. 

69  Blase    Mercurio. 

69  Gertrude  Almmings. 
69  Maria    Ryan. 

69  Pasquale   Sontoro. 

70  Antonio    Comito. 
70  Pietro  Annuch. 

70  Vacant. 

71  Raffale   Elefante. 

72  Charles  Ross. 

72  William   Blasure. 

73  Lunl  Lunis. 

73  Frank  Rizzao. 

74  William  C.  Walker. 

75  L.  Sapronite. 
75  Nick  Digilio. 

75  Antonio  Bartholomew. 
75%  Francesco  Degiglio. 
75%  Ferdinand  De  Crlsel. 

76  Michele  A.  Crlstalll. 

77  Robert  R.  Owens. 

78  Michele  A.   Cristalll. 

79  Evan  W.  Owens. 
81  Charles  Ayers. 
81  Patrick  Meany. 

Erie  Canal   Crosses. 
Park  Ave.  Crosses. 

80  Donato  Falatico. 
Third  Ave.   Begins. 
Canal   Basin  Crosses. 

83  Frank  Rlddell. 

84  John  Mantelll. 

84  Carmine  Nicotero. 

85  Mohawk  Valley  Transfer  and  Stor- 

age Co. 
85-87  E.   L.  Birdsall. 

86  Timothy   Lyons. 

87  Roscoe  E.  Jones. 


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88  Mrs.  Mary  Murphy.  , 

89-91  Lister  Fertilizer  Warehouse. 

91  Mohawk    Valley    Transfer    &    Stor- 

age Co. 

92  Frank  Caffado. 

90  Augostine  Graziano. 
92  Gulio  Conostabali. 
92  Nicola  Marcco. 
95  Roscoe   E.   Jones. 
94  Italian  Tenement. 
94  George   Brandice. 
94  John     Mantelli. 
94  Joe  Matt. 
94  Ferdinand  Marcone. 
94  Joe  Talierco. 
98  Rocco  Crisci. 

98  Antonio  Zarito. 

99  Vacant  lot. 

100     Salvatore  Falvo. 
100  Joe  Gigliotti. 
102  Joseph    Cardamone. 
102  Sam  Albano. 

102  Olanzio  Maracalo. 

103  Storage  Warehouse. 

104  Salvatore    Zumpano. 
Mohawk  St.  Crosses. 

105  Giblin  &  Co. 

106-112  Avalon  Knitwear  Co. 

114  Treasurer's  Office  Avalon  Knit- 
ting Co.    . 

116  James  Graziano. 

118  Salvatore  Coriale. 

118  Joe  Coriale. 

118%  Guisseppi  Tacchlo. 

118%  Santo  Colela. 

117-119  American  Hard  Wall  Plaster 
Co. 

120  Maria  Daifizo. 

120  Rosiaro  Cardomone. 

120  Carmano  Guizio. 

123-129  Richelieu   Knitting   Co. 

124  Vacant  lot. 

127  National  Biscuit  Co. 

131  Harry  W.  Roberts  &  Co. 

128  Am.  Hard  Wall  Plaster  Co.  Barn. 
130  Dominick  Salatlno. 

130  Dominick   Toccie. 

130  James    Accellino. 

130  Dominick   Tallerico. 

130  Antonio  Urdo. 

130  Philip  Difazio. 

130  Angelo   Deffero. 

130  Patrick  Bartholomew. 

132  Angelo  V    Summa. 
Hubbell  St.  Crosses. 

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133  Vacant. 
135  Vacant  lot. 

137-139  Foster  Bros.   Mfg.  Co. 
138  Harry   G.    Alexander. 
140  George   Erhardt. 

140  George  Lainer. 

141  Rocco  Salbitano. 

141  Nicholas    Materese. 
Clay  St.   Ends. 

142  Rocco  Salbitano. 

143  Ogostino    Farrere. 
143  Domanico   Conti. 

143  Luigi  Pardi. 

144  Vacant  lot. 

145  Vacant  lot. 

146  Acillo  Pastorrali. 

147  Chemical  Charcoal  Co. 

148  Vacant  lot. 
155  Vacant  lot. 
157  Vacant  lot. 

159-173  Oneita  Knitting  Mills. 
162  Vacant  lot. 
164  James  F.  McHugo. 
164  Frank   Perretta. 
Kossuth  Ave.  Begins. 

166  Rosario  Gigliotti. 
168  Louis    Rintrona. 
168  Joe  Domnick. 
170  Francesco    Malltozei. 
170  Pietro  Lapadula. 
170  Orazio  Decarlo. 
170  Landa  Calabrase. 
170  Vito  Semirolla. 
170  Antonio    Millano. 
172  Francesco  Staiano. 
172  William  Pucine. 

174  Vacant  lot. 

175  Vacant  lot. 

176  Andres   Wiskowiec. 
176  Stanley  Berriat. 
178  Walenty  Mociol. 
178  William  Ransom. 
178  Andrew  Burnett. 
185  Vacant  lot. 

187-229  Mohawk  Valley  Cotton  Mills. 
192  Joseph  Shan. 
194  Vacant  lot. 
202  Vacant  lot. 
■204  Barns. 
Nichols  St.   Begins. 

208  Office  Mohawk  Valley  Cotton  Mills. 
208%  William  H.  Lee. 
208%    Grace    Gano. 
210  Mrs.  Anna  McCarthy. 
212  Mary  Jennings. 
214  Charles  A.  Penner. 
216  Vacant  lot.  . 
218  Vacant  lot. 
Jefferson  Ave.    Begins. 

Vacant  lot. 
Mllgate  St.   Begins. 

Skenandoa  Cotton  Co. 
Bacon   St.   Begins. 

Skenandoa  Cotton  Co.   Warehouse. 
Wetmore  St.  Begins. 

Skenandoa  Cotton  Co.   Warehouse. 
Buffalo  St.  Begins. 

Skenandoa  Cotton  Co.  Waste  Mill. 
Tllden  Ave.  Begins. 

Nellis,  Amps  &  Swift. 
Niagara  St.   Crosses. 

Vacant  lot. 
Ontario  St.  Begins. 

Tony  Rotundo. 
Gilbert  St.  Crosses. 

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BROAD  STREET— Continued 

Erie  Canal  Crosses. 

Charles    C.    Lewellen. 
William  Hatfield. 
295  Vacant. 
297  Michael  Linke. 
299  Jeozykiewicy  Kasimir. 
Vacant. 

Mandeville  Wilsey. 
Henry  Clarke. 
City  Line. 

Herkimer  County  Line. 
Vacant. 
James  C.   Eldred,  Sr. 

BROADWAY 

Whltesboro  to  Court — 2d  and  3d  Wards. 
1  Ben    Rosenbloom. 
4  Freidman  &  Kowalsky. 
4  Samuel  Greenstone. 
4  Eliz.   Targer. 
4  Jacob  Weinstein. 
4  David  Freedman. 

4  Hyman   Ribyat. 

5  Nathan  Cohen.  • 
5  Kalman  Ofman. 
5  Jacob  Damsky. 

5  Max   Brooks. 
5  Myer  Stone 
5  George   Orfolsky. 
5  Carl  Limzesky. 
5  William   Brooks. 

5  Boleslaw    Seman. 

6  Louis    Tavaro. 
6  David   Stone. 

6  Samuel  Kop  ovitch. 

6  Wolf    Philipson. 

7  Samuel  Kaplan. 

7  David  Grossman. 

8  Thomas    Hill. 

8  Louis  Freedman. 
8  Barney  Kope!.  . 
8  Jacob    Fehrer. 
8  Jacob  Cohen. 

8  Charles  Wheeler. 

9  Wolf  Philipson. 

9  Barnett  Philipson. 
9  Mrs.   Kate  Stubinsky. 
9  Jacob   Bilfeld. 
10  Vacant. 

10  Samuel  Ferris. 

11  Rev.    Harris    Levine. 
11  Joseph  Cramer. 

11  Isaac  Levine. 

12  Vacant. 

13  Isaac  Edelman. 

13  Morris  Denmark. 

14  Louis   Stone. 
14  Vacant. 

14  Joseph   Lomoiski. 

15  Harris  Kowalsky. 

15  Wolf  Kowalsky. 

16  Polish. 

15  Polish. 

16  Kate   Carl. 
16  Vacant. 

18  John  Simon. 

18  Katherine  Steifvater. 

IS  William  Town. 

18  Frederick  M.  Wichert. 

20  The    House    of    David. 

22  Wi'liam    Slauson. 

22  Hyman  Grossman. 

22  Hyman   Kosinsky. 

22  Nathan  Katzman  &  Co. 
Hotel    Reines. 
Liberty   St.   Crosses. 
Erie  Canal  Crosses. 


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29  Munson  Bros.  Co. 

31  David    Beecher. 

31  Otis  S.   Borden. 

32-34  Munson   Bros.   Foundry. 

32-34  The    N.    Y.    Telephone    Co. 

33  Samuel   Y.   Irish. 

34  Troop    G;   Cavalry. 

35  Vacant. 

36-38  Xargil  Mfg.  Co. 
37  Helen   C.   Wood. 

39  George  Becker. 

40  New  York  State  Railways  Express. 
LaFayette   St.    Crosses. 

Munson   Property. 

41  Harriet  M.  GIvens. 
43  Harriet  L.  Wilbur. 
45  Linda   Burke. 

45  Bridget    Conway. 
47  Mary  Jones. 
47  Mrs.   Edward  Richards. 
49  Giles  Olin. 
49  Alrnzo  Breitcnstein. 
Columbia  St.  Crosses. 
53  Bowes   Bros. 

55  Ellen  R.  Anderson. 

56  Richard  H.  Dillon. 

57  Harry  M.  Decker. 

5S  Mrs.   Minnie  E.   Hughes. 
59  Estella    Earley. 

59  Vacant. 

60  Juhn    E.    Williams. 
Pearl    St.    Ends. 

Broadway  Terrace   Commences. 
62  Margaret    Mulligan. 

64  Charles    H.    Williams. 

65  Richard   Roberts. 

66  John    D.    Morris. 
Cooper  St.   Begins. 

68  Mary   CantweM. 

69  John  M.  Napier. 
0  Lorena  Wample. 
0  Emmcns  T.   Drury. 

2  Herbert  C.  Wright: 

3  Willard   R.    Tratt. 
'4  James   Cranwell. 
'4  John   H.    Swartwout. 

5  Abraham  D.  Musselman. 

6  Mrs.  Richard  O.  Williams. 

7  Eugene  F.   Brand. 
'8  Asa  M.  Jones. 
'&\->  George   Fillingham. 

7S>2    Charles   Wehinger. 
Spring    St.    Begins. 

79  Edward  D.  Collins. 

79  Walter   Shippy. 

79  Vacant. 

Si)  Arthur  D.  Evans. 

SI  Roscoe  J.   Drury. 

81  Minnie    Bobcock. 

84  Mrs.   Sarah  A.  Pritchard. 


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CLOTHES,  HATS,  FURNISHINGS, 
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Cor.  LaFayelte  and  Seneca  Sis. 


BROADWAY— Continued 

84  William    H.    Fox. 
83-87  T.  M.  C.  A.  Grounds. 
89  Tennis   Club   of  Utica. 

BROADWAY  TERRACE 

65   Broadway — 3d   Ward. 

BRYANT    STREET 

102  Canal  to   N.  Y.   C.   &   H.   RR.— 2d   Ward. 

1  John  C    Schroeder. 

2  John  P.   Hammersmith. 

3  John    Madarass. 

3  Ignacy    Dubrowolski. 

5  Anna   Hiemenz. 

4  Antoni    Lugolinski. 

6  John  Kennedy. 

7  Ignas   Dumbroski. 

7  Joe  Green. 

8  Theodore    N.    Aehen., 

9  Jacob  Stimmler. 

10  Vacant   Lot. 

11  Martin  Tuholski. 

12  Edward  Beekman. 

13  Vacant  Lot. 

14  Michael  C.  Raymer. 

15  Fred  H.  Buttenschoen. 

16  Leo   Byszewski. 

16  John  Valaszewski. 
IS  Tadus    Andrasky. 

BUFFALO     STREET 

Broad   to    Mary — 8th   Ward. 
3  Angelo  Desemone. 
3  Guiseppe  De  Vito. 

5  Rafaele    De   Vito. 

5  Pasquale  Domenico. 
Nunziante   Clemente. 
Angelo  Tirelli. 
Salvatore  De  Sato. 
Billy    Zobosky. 
Pasquale    Seamo. 
Ferenz  Wojsieh. 
Frank    Grabowski. 
John  Sponsar. 
Miano  Dinaido. 
Pasquale   Salenzo. 
Antonio  Dimeo. 
Pasquale  DeTralia. 
Joseph    DiGiorgio. 
Pasquale  Clemente. 
Frank   Zecare'.li. 
Grego    Skibal. 
Vincent  Gegskosky. 
August  Mauer. 
John  Devine. 
Thomas     McMith.  * 
Joseph  Ricci. 
John  Lawlor. 


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18  Emilio  Colaccio. 

19  Joseph  Gabiga. 
19  Paul  Renyock. 
21  Vacant. 

Catharine   St.   Crosses. 
Wetmore   St.   School. 
Vacant  lots. 

31  Patrick  J.  Dwyer. 

33  Joseph  Kauslofsky. 

35  Michael  Mack. 

37  William  Bennett. 
Bleecker  St.  Crosses. 
Vacant  lots. 

58  John  C.  Cox. 

62  Frederick  Lehmann. 

64  Wesley  B.  Priest. 

64  John  Albright. 

65  John  J.  Adams. 

66  Rev.  Albert  Roth. 
66  Fred  O.  Jones. 

72  O.    K.    Edwards. 
74  M.    S.   Seckler. 

74  Arthur    Hilts. 

75  James  Largay. 

75  Charles  A.   Monighan. 

76  Guy   Walhing. 
76  Ollie    Tuzzo. 

78  William  Case. 

79  Jacob   Urbos. 

BURCHARD    STREET 

8    Liberty    to    129    Whitesboro— 2nd    Ward. 
(This   street  gives  access   to   the   rear   of 
buildings   on   Genesee  and   Hotel   Sts.) 
2-6  Vacant. 

BURNET    STREET 

238  Bleecker  to  43  Elizabeth — 4th  Ward. 

2-4  H.    C.   Petersen  &   Co. 

4  Michael  J.  Sherry. 

6  Linn   H.    Curtis. 

8-10  Jules  Doux. 

9-17  Utica   Catholic   Academy. 
12-14  Herbert  A.  Hous.e  Garage. 
12  Maxwell  Agency. 
12  Mitchell  Agency. 
12  Winton  Agency. 
Post  St.   Begins. 

16  Central  Fire  Station. 

BURRSTONE  ROAD 

Junction    of    W.    Pleasant    and    York — 11th 
Ward. 
Vacant   Lots. 
Steven   Staloski. 
Vacant    Lots. 
William  Strasburg. 
Martin  Snyder. 
Vacant  Lots. 
Vacant. 

BUTTERFIELD    AVENUE 

Prospect  St.    and   Railroad. 

2  Peter   Hamon. 

3  Charles  H.  Meyers. 

4  Clara   A.    Potter. 

6  Walter  H.  Schmidt 

8  Ritchie  J.  Pegg. 
10  Fred  O.  Hamilton. 
-   12  Homer  E.  Shetler. 
15  Sanford   B.    Hastings. 

CAMPBELL    AVENUE 

Kellogg  to  Champlin   Road. 
1  Andrew  Bridge. 
Downer  Ave.  Crosses. 

CANAL    STREET 

J92  Whitesboro  to   City   Line— 2d   and   14th 
Wards. 

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CANAL  STREET— Continued 


1 

Edward  H.  Hinge. 

1 

Charles  Prilmeyer. 

2 

Pius  Kerner  &  Sons. 

2 

Pius  Kerner. 

2 

Lena   Eisenhuth. 

3 

Vacant  lot. 

4 

Karol  J.  Szypulski. 

4 

Edward  E.  Hinckley. 

6 

Mary   Gelnar. 

Cedar  St.   Ends. 

Ontario 

&   Western    RR.   Crosses. 

8 

Joseph  Swedo. 

8 

Stanislaw  Stazyk. 

8 

Joseph  Chowaniec. 

8 

Frank    Lach. 

9 

Mitro   Hoptena. 

9 

Joseph    Jastrzabski. 

9 

Ignac  Niec. 

9 

Frank    Mazzeo. 

10 

Orrin  K.   Comstock. 

11 

Steve   Ryczink. 

11 

William   Cobb. 

11 

Leahn    Lehndorf. 

11 

Grzegorz    Penc* 

11 

Marcin   Foryt. 

12 

Louis   Freeman. 

13 

Andrew   Bialek. 

13 

Leon   Mitzpan. 

10 

-14  Erie  Bottling  Works. 

14 

William  E.  Graves. 

15 

George    Shufelt. 

15 

John    Reh. 

17 

Angelo  Mazzeo. 

17 

Sebastiano    Mozzate. 

17 

Richey  Hoppe. 

IS 

Maggie   Moeller. 

18 

Peter  W.  Mathy. 

20 

Wojciech    Pietrioch. 

20 

Czeslaw   Wieliczki. 

20 

Marcin   Potumski. 

20 

Jacob  Wilczynski. 

21 

Grzegorz    Zientek'. 

21 

Andrew   Bieec. 

21 

Piotr  Morz. 

21 

Stanislaw    Czepiel. 

21 

Ignacy   Dobrowolski. 

21 

Maciej    Zebzda. 

.  22 

Alexander  Dietsche. 

23 

Joseph  Stazyk. 

23 

Thomas   Ludwinski. 

23 

Joseph   Grontkiewicz. 

Breeze 

5t.  Crosses. 

Erie  Canal. 

24 

Rock  Gifune. 

24  Jerry  Gifune. 

25 

George  W.   Potter. 

25 

William   Harding. 

25 

Domenick    Tenenini. 

25 

Vacant 

25 

Bernhard  Dietz. 

25' 

/2    Frank    Carrier. 

26 

William   Welpe. 

26 

Vacant. 

St.  Joseph  St.  Ends. 

27 

Wojsiech  Kulesza. 

28 

Stanley  Kowalczyk. 

30 

Vacant  lot. 

31 

Vacant  lot. 

33 

•38  Capron    Co.    Storehouse. 

40 

•65  D.,   L.   &  W.   Roundhouse 

D.,   L.   &   W.   RR.  Crosses. 

Erie  Canal. 

66 

Charles  F.  Hanauer. 

67 

Barn. 

68 

-69  Eugene   White. 

70  Spath  Bros. 

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Schuyler  St.   Crosses. 
Erie  Canal. 
71-73  Barns. 
74  John  Knott. 
76  Gottlieb    Buschman. 

78  Herman   Huther. 

79  Andrew    Miller. 
79.  Fred  Clowminzer. 

80  Frank  Ernst. 
82  Jacob    Andes. 

82  Stephen  K.  Waterbury. 
84  Henry   Gliffe. 

84  Charles  Thimm. 
86  John  Lerch. 

85  John  M.   Brierly. 

89  Anthony  Kunkel. 

S9  George    J.    Schuamacher. 

90  Katherine    Leuthauser. 

90  Vacant. 

91  John   Eisenbach. 

91  William    L.    Cross. 

92  John   Seeman. 
94  Morris  Weiner. 

94  Edwin    V.    Ingersoll. 
Barnes  Ave.    Begins. 

95  Theodore   Kcslosky. 

95  John   Schimell. 

96  Peter  Schrader. 

99  John  J.  Stiefvater. 
98  Charles  Druckreier. 
98  Joseph    Kunkel. 

100  Louis   Aigner,    Jr. 

101  Mary  Burkharth. 
101  John   Burkharth. 

Bryant   St.    Begins. 

103y2  Frank  Blum. 

103%  William   Hammersmith. 

104-106  Vacant   lots. 

107  Mrs.   Sophia  Schremp. 

107  Thomas   Dolan. 

108-109  Vacant  lots. 

110  Louisa  Hoerle. 

110  Louis  E.    Curtis. 
Floyd    St.    Begins. 

111  Jennie.  Ogden. 

111  Vacant. 

112  Michael   Bartkowiak. 
114  John  E.  Thomas. 
116-120  Vacant  lots. 

Piatt  St.   Crosses. 

122-166  Vacant  lots. 

168  Joseph   Stappenbeck. 

170  Bertha   Stappenbeck. 

ISO  Emil    Stappenback. 

180  Joseph  C.  'Stappenbach. 

CAPITAL     AVENUE 

City   to  York— 14th    Ward. 

1  Vacant   Lot. 

2  Fred    D.    Siegman. 
2  Fred    Scott. 


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OPPOSITE  NEW  HOTEL   UTICA. 


CAPITAL  AVENUE— Continued 

3  Frank  L.  McGauley. 

3  Thomas  Johns. 

4  Vacant. 

6  John  Stahl. 

■  8  Frank  E.   Willis. 
10  John  Reichardt. 
10  Charles    Tillman. 
12  William  Stahl. 

12  John  W.   Heller. 

14  Vacant  lot. 

16  Edward  F.   Agne. 

16  Mrs.    Harriet   Graham. 

15  Sidney  M.  VanAllen. 

18  Charles  J.   Schwartz. 

19  John    C.     McGuire. 
19%    Fred    Abel. 
20-22  Vacant  lots. 

24  Rear  of  Brunner  Factory. 
21-29  Vacant  Lot. 
29  Frank  J.   Eglie. 
31  Joseph   C,  Watson. 

CARLILE     AVENUE 

Genesee    to    West    Shore    RR. — 11th    Ward. 
3  Thomas   P.    Eldred. 

3  Fred    C.    Lewis. 
Hampton  Ave.   Ends. 

8  Charles  F.   Dieffenbacher,   Jr. 

7  Carl  Frank. 
10-21  Vacant   lots. 

West  Shore  RR.  Crosses. 

CAROLINE     STREET 

Churchill  Ave.  to  City  Line — 14th  Ward. 
Mathews    Ave.    Crosses. 
Downer  Ave.  Crosses. 

4  Joseph  J.  Matt. 
4  John  B.  Matt. 

6  Frank  Mielnik. 
6  Edward    Kaufer. 
•     8  William   Wajchiechowski. 
Kellogg  Ave.  Crosses. 

CARTON    AVENUE 

(Formerly  Rome  Street.) 
90  LaFayette  to  Erie  Canal — 3d  Ward. 
i       Thomas  Breen   Co. 
Utica  Heater   Co. 
Barns. 

Frank  M.   Merriam. 
Brass  Foundry. 

CATHARINE     STREET 

109  Genesee  to  Morehead  Ave. — 1st,  5th  and 
8th  Wards. 
4-6  C.  W.  Kruger. 

■  4-6  American  Express  Co. 
4-6  R.  &  S.   Supply  Co. 


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7  Bowne-Gaus  Shoe  Co. 
Root  St'.  Begins. 

8  United   States   Express   Co. 

9  J.  .B.  Wells  &   Son  Co. 
10  Otis   Elevator  Co. 

12  Langdon-Hughes   Electric   Co. 

14  Essex  Clothing  Co. 

16-20  Roberts-Wicks    Co. 
Franklin   St.  Crosses. 

21-23-25  L.  J.  Start. 

22-24  Griffin  &  Hoxie. 

26  Vacant. 

27-29  Christ   Motor   Car  Co. 

28-32  Jones     of    Utica    Trucking    and 
Storage  Co. 

31-37  X.   Y.   Mills   Cotton   Co. 

34-40  Hotel  Phelan. 
John  St.  Crosses. 

302-304  Walling's  Carriage  Works. 

307-309  H.  H.  Cooper  Co. 

306  Joseph  T.  McCann. 

311  American   Express  Co.   Stables. 

311  Westcott   Express   Co.   Stables. 

312-314  W.   B.   Parry  &  Son. 

317  Frank  T.   Leonard. 
319  William   (f    Johnson. 

318  Ellen  Cross. 

318  Mrs.    Bridget    Toomey. 

321  Thomas  L.  Moore. 

322  Weaver's   Trucking. 

324  Lee  Dobey. 

325  Vacant. 

326-328  Utica   Paper   Co. 

329  Vacant. 

330  Vacant. 

333  Nick  Laino. 

334  Samuel  Gross. 

336  Utica   Bedding  Co.    (Inc.) 

335  Gaetano   Rosano. 

-     335  Bendetto  Panzoni. 

335  Adelbert  H.  'Baird. 

336  Hyman  Gross. 
339  Nicola  Martorella. 
339  Amos    Lavender. 
342  Henry  Cook. 

344  New  York  Wall  Paper  Co. 

346  Emilio  Marino. 

347  Emilo  Marino. 
350  Rocco  Manze. 

First  St.  Crosses. 

404  Gustino    Mariano. 

404  Laurenzo    Sapenaro. 
Trinity  Chapel. 

406  Mary    Rexford. 
408  Giovanni  Dote. 

405  Bcrtalarna  Camia. 
410  Fortinate   Laino. 

410  Domenico   Romano.     „ 

410  Bacile    Saverio. 

410  Joe   Salerno. 

410  Vincenzo    Scarwto. 

410  Tantilo    Giro. 

411  Vincenzo   Bonansegno. 
411  Joseph  Tofia. 

415  Antonio  Ferro. 

412-420  Jacob  L.  Goldbas  estate. 

415  James    Ferro. 

417  Nick    Cosca. 

417  Fred    Bosco. 

417  Nicola    Corio. 

417  Joe   Petrafese. 

423  Martin  Gorman. 

423  George  H.  Schug. 

Vacant.  , 

426  Antonio  Montemurro. 
426  Nicola  Portaro. 
428  Fort  Schuyler  Brewing  Co. 
432  Antonio   Postillione. 


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CATHAEINE      STEEET — Continued 

432  Michele  Rizzono. 

434-436-438  Fort   Schuyler  Brewing  Co. 
Second  St.  Crosses. 
Erie  Canal  Crosses. 
Park  Ave.  Crosses. 

500  James  Galotti. 

500  James  Saponera. 

502  Antonio  Cazoiarlo. 

502  Joseph  Gilbert. 

603  La  Tosca  Yarn  Mill. 
508-520  La  Tosca  Yarn  Mill. 
512  Joe   Groppo. 

522  Paolo  Stocco. 

622  Vacant. 

522  Pietro  Passani. 

524  Vincenzo  Faranzio. 

526  Felice  Vigiano. 

526  Rear  Domenico  Cherillo. 

566  Mary  Firilla. 

Rear  Mohawk  Valley  Cap  Factory. 
Third  Ave.  Crosses. 
602  Vacant. 

604  Vacant. 

625  Calopo  Capolino. 
631  Italian  Tenement. 
631  Luciano   Ginlatro.  i 

634  Peter  Falvo. 
644  Salvatore  Rizzo. 
'     644  Santo  Di  Pietro. 

644  Antonio  Di   Rossa. 

645  Raffaelo  Fazio. 
645  Italian  Tenement. 
648  Joseph   George. 
64S  Antonio   Aiello. 

648  Joe    Sire. 

649  Rocco  Potenza. 
649  Carmino    Trapasso. 
649  Mike    Rinaldi. 

649  Domenico   Domando. 

651  Vacant  lot. 

652  Tancredi  Panzone.  • 

653  George  Buccolo. 
653  George  Caramono. 
653  Maria  Perretta. 
653 1  Carlo  Salsio. 

653  Frank    Fragola. 

653  Tony  Fusco. 

654  Italian  Church. 

659  Italian  Apartment  House. 

659  Sam   McCall. 

659  Mary  Baise. 

665  Guiseppe  Marotta. 

665  Filomena   Grandinetto. 

665  Pietro  Magliola. 

667  Guiseppe  Carbovala. 

667  Filomena  DiRazlo. 

668  Sisters'  Home. 

669  James  Falvo. 
671  Tony  Tomaino. 
673  Samuel  Holland. 
675  Frank  Tomaino. 
675  Frank  Cherro.    , 
677  Joseph   Tomaino. 
677  Raffaele  Raffaele. 

Mohawk  St.  Crosses. 

702  Vacant  lots. 

703  Joseph  B.   Scalise. 
705  John  Cinitena. 

705  Thomas  E.  Williams. 

706  Pasquale  Rocco. 

707  Frank  Rocco. 
'706  Frank  Gracco. 

706  Paola    Sardina. 

709  Francesco  Muraggo. 

709  Pietro  Batera. 

710  Frank  Muraco. 


710 
710 
710 
710 
710 
711 
714 
714 
713 
713 
718 
718 
717 
721 
721 
722 
726 
727 
727 
728 
728 
728 
729 
729 
729 
730 
732 
733 
738 
739 
739 
739 
739 
740 
740 
740 
740 
741 
741 
742- 
748 
761 
761 
763 
763 
Hubbell 
814 
814 
814 
816 
820 
822 
824 
826 
826 
826 
832 
832 

894 

896 


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Giacinto  Curo. 
Frank    Guida. 
Antonio    Nicotera. 
Antonio    Conito. 
Domenico   Migliacclo. 
Benedetto   Ditorio. 
Luigi   Graziano. 
Amelia  Siriano. 
Luigi  Matruli. 
Rosario    Spina. 
Luigi  Tomaino. 
Gabriele    Gigliotte. 
Antonio   Poccio. 
Angelo  Arcuri. 
Luigi  Gigliotti. 
Tony  Nido. 
Sam  Santachitatino. 
Frank  Arcurio. 
Angelo    Arcurio. 
Pasquale  Leono. 
Frank   Baiccio. 
Joseph   Scriano. 
Domenico  Coriale. 
Giovanni    Citadino. 
Domenico    Abiniti. 
Francesco  Scaro. 
Domonico  Basile. 
Vacant  lot. 
Pasquale  Manpredl. 
Frank    Ciecovelli. 
Vito   Scarafille. 
Frank    Magielino.     ■ 
A.  Cardamone  &  Sons. 
Bruno    Giagiano. 
Bruno  Piccolo. 
Angelo   Cosimo. 
Joseph  Piccilo. 
Antonio  Gilbert!. 
Vincenzo   Solati. 
■  746  Vacant  lots. 
Vacant. 

Frank    Siciliano. 
Donato   Romanelli. 
James   Cas    arro. 
Francesco   Suppa. 
St.   Crosses. 
Nicola  Carcarano. 
Frank    Dacordo. 
Marocco  Gabrala. 
Michael  Altiero. 
Frank   Nicholas. 
Antonio  Caladoni. 
Paul  Gigliotti. 
Michele  Leono. 
Guiseppe  Matareso. 
Santo  Gigliotti. 
Frank  Leono. 
Santo  Gigliotti. 
John  E.   Brandegee  School. 
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CATHARINE      STREET— Continued 

898  Italian    Apartment    House. 
897  Frank  D.  Peters. 
897  Pietro  Peters. 
Kossuth   Ave.   Crosses. 
901-905  Vacant   lots. 
902  Baccaro  Quarnieri. 

906  John  Russo. 

,  907  Rocco  Fanelli. 

907  Francesco  Robertaccio. 
907  Pasquale    Maglio. 

907  George  Fanelli. 

909  Vacant. 

910  Joe    Pesci. 

910  Martin  Pickis. 

911  Michelino   Graziadel. 

911  Santa   Oliva. 
912-914  Joseph  Marafi. 

912  Pietro   Balmisino.   - 
912  Paolo  Caspare. 

912  Antonio    Graniero. 

913  Frank   Orazio. 
913  Michael  Fanelli. 

915  Dominico  Domacib. 

916  Rocco  Mott. 

917  Cicio   Polo. 

919  Benadato  Laloardo. 

920  Tomaso  Lisandreli. 
920  Vacant. 

922  Francesco  Rizzo. 

924  Frances  Pockasky. 

923  Martin    Kane. 
923  James  Kinney. 
923  Catharine   Banker. 

926  Anthony  Yeroman. 
923  Thomas  Peek. 

934  John  Blase. 
934  Blase  &  Co. 

925  Archie  Lehler. 

927  Ralph  Lehner. 
Vacant  lots. 

Morehead  St.  Crosses. 

(At  this  point  on  Catharine  Street  from 
Morehead  to  Milgate  the  street  has  not  yet 
been  opened.  At  Milgate  what  was  for- 
merly Center  Street  is  now  the  continuation 
of  Catharine  Street.) 
Milgate   St.   Crosses. 

1305  Joseph  M.  Donlin. 

1305  Joseph  Hill. 

1305  Oscar  Robards. 
1302  Belle  Dwyer. 

1306  Joseph  M.    Donlon. 
1308  Carl  Stit. 

1311  Burt    Miller. 
1313  Patrick  Loftus. 
1313  Arthur    Buringham. 
1315-1321  Vacant  lots. 


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1401-1405  Vacant  lots. 
1405  August    Furlet. 

1407  Andrew   Royoz. 

1408  Simon  Zabko. 
1410  Joseph  Banek. 

Vacant  lots. 

1417  Vacant. 

1418  William  Zselonka. 
1418  John  Karal. 

1418  Polish. 

1418  George   Clemenger. 

1419  Joseph  Organiska. 
1419  Vacant. 

1422  Stephen  Zabko. 
1424  John  Domoros. 
Wetmore  St.  Crosses. 
1502  John  Korsak. 
1504  August   Fierlit. 

1507  Andrew    Rogog. 

1508  Tony   DiCarlo. 
1508  Joseph   Cifanilli. 

1508  Noah    McGuire. 

1509  Vacant. 
Vacant  lots. 

1511  Mike  De  Marco. 
1511  James    Chick. 
1515  James  Chic. 
1517  Silvestri  Poccio. 
1522  Filippo  Corale. 
Buffalo  St.   Crosses. 
1600  Luigi  Mossa. 
1602  Peter  DePascale. 
♦1602  Steve   J.    Smith. 
.1606  Anthony  Mitchell. 
1610  Tom    Graziano. 
1612  Polish. 
1614  Joseph  Mancvosky. 

1616  William   Latour. 
1618  Albert  E..  Cockroft. 

1617  Albert    Deming. 
1621  Mrs.  Anna  Irving. 

Tllden  Ave.  Crosses. 

1703  Pasquale  Romanelli. 

1703  Vacant. 

1714  Louis  Esposito. 

1714  Italian   Apartment  House. 

Vacant  lots. 
1716  Jacob  Ueltschi. 
1716  Edward  Selback. 
Niagara  St.  Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 
1800  Joseph  Sciolino. 
1804  Timothy  J.  Holland. 
1804  Vacant. 
1811  Joseph   Pardula. 

Vacant  lots. 
1810  Joseph  Clegg. 
1810  Samuel   Clegg. 

Vacant  lots. 
1823  A.   J.   Kedney. 
Ontario  St.  Crosses. 

CEDAR    STREET 

163  Water  to  Canal— 2d  Ward. 

1  Walter   Millstine. 
1  Frank  Paczek. 
3  Stanley   Kosinski. 
3  Stanley  Sader. 

5  Stanley  Koscinskl. 

6  Michael  Giffune. 
6  Prek  Kowalkus. 
6  Mike   Taffello. 

6  Anthony  Giffune.  , 

7  Stanley  Koscinskl. 

8  Mrs.  Anna  Kolusky. 
8  John   Kowulsky. 

8  Marek  Swiech. 
8  John   Gesor. 


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CHAMPLIN    AVENUE      ' 

Outside  Western  City  Limits. 
James  Riley. 
Vacant  lots. 
Fred  S.   Williams. 
Frederick  G.  Jennison. 
John  Priestly. 
Lawrence  Meyer. 
Henry  Tine. 
Oscar  B.  Funke. 
Ernest  F.   Russer. 
Loren   K.    Nelson. 
Francis  X.   Kennerknecht. 
St.  Joseph's  Cemetery. 
Holy    Trinity    Cemetery. 
Richard    Craig. 
Vacant  lots. 
Dana  Downer. 

CHANCELLOR     SQUARE 

Bounded   by   Elizabeth,   Academy,    Bleecker 
and   Kent  Streets. 

CHARLES     STREET 

85  Whltesboro  to  87  Liberty— 2d   Ward. 

5  Frank   Jardieu. 

6  Jacob  Schwearzensky. 

7  Max  Stone. 

7  Joe    Kovatzik. 
8-10  C.   Sumberg's  Storehouse. 
9  Nathan  Klein. 
9  Abraham    Sonny. 
11  Joseph  Lefkowitz. 

11  Israel   Starman. 

12  Alexander    Bartnick. 

12  Robert  New^nan. 

13  Louis    Bernstein.  < 

13  Michael    Lanik. 

14  George  Burns. 
14  Peter  Henry. 

14  Charles   Nichols. 

15  Thomas    Kolica. 

15  Harry  S.   Zehlotsky. 
18  David   Shirlsman.  . 

16  Abraham  Leventhal. 

17  Morris   Rosenwig. 

17  Joseph   Abrams. 

18  Harvey  R.  Hazzard. 

18  Vacant. 

19  Stanislaw    Zombik. 

19  Jacob  Slakter. 

20  David  C.   Jones. 

21  Frank  Freta. 
21  Daniel  King. 
23  Louis  Cramer. 

CHARLOTTE  STREET 

Erie  Canal  to  Steuben  Park — 4th  Ward. 
1-11  Shubert  Theater. 
Bleecker  St.  Crosses. 

25  Everest   Engraving   Co. 

25  Hamilton   Automatic   System. 

25  Joseph   Scheiderich. 

27-29  John  M.   Murphy. 

27-29  John  J.  Hallstab. 

28-36  White   Building. 

28  Vacant   Store.  

30  Entrance.  fW™\ 

101-105  Emporium   Lumber   Co. 
101-105  Emporium  Forestry  Co. 

106  Alliaume&  McNamara. 

107  Edward  A.  Bates,  State  Fac- 

tory Inspector. 
108-110  Rudd  &  Judson. 
109  Vacant. 

111  Vacant. 

112  Vacant. 

113  Vacant. 

114  Vacant 


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115-117  Vacant. 

116-120  Senior  &  Sisson. 

118  Vacant. 

119  Miles    C.    Comstock. 
32  Vacant. 

33  L.  C.  Childs  &  Son. 

33  Stevens  &  Lockart  Cigar  Co. 

34-36  Vacant. 

35  The   John   F.    Hughes   Construction 
Co. 

35  W.    G.    Edwards    Mantel    and    Tile 
Co. 

37  James   F     Cahill. 

39-41  M.  E.  Hooks  Co. 

3S  Charlotte    Cigar    Co. 

3S  Comstock   Sign  Co. 

40  G.  G.  Williams  Co. 

40  B.  &  C.  Electrical  Co. 

40  Utica  Sales  and  Specialty  Co. 

40  Akehurst   Printing  Co. 
Post  St.   Begins. 

,43  Golden  Eagle  Restaurant. 

43  Vacant. 

45  Great  India  Tea  Co. 

47  William   Coloney. 

47  Anna    Lepper. 

47  Charles  F.   Walker. 

47  Elizabeth   Lewis. 

47  Myrtle   Dillworth. 

47  Mattie   Lester. 

47  Edward    Bennett.    . 

49  Charles  L.  Kelly. 

Paul  Building,  Cor.  Elizabeth. 
Vocational    School,    Cor.    Elizabeth. 
Elizabeth   St.   Crosses. 

55-57  New  Court  House. 

56  City   10c   Messenger   Service. 

58  The   Court  House  Inn. 

60  William  H.  Hess. 

60  Charles    Stephenson. 

60  William  E.   Sliter. 

62  Frank  E.   Barney. 

64  Vacant. 

66  Mrs.   Susan  C.   Smith. 
Mary  St.    Begins. 

69  Temperance   Printing  House. 

71  Elks'  Lodge   (to  build). 
68  Thomas  &  Hughes. 

70  Barbara    Hallstab. 

70  William  D.  Eichmeyer. 
70  Edwin  J.  Meyers. 

72  Griffiths  &  Pierce. 
72  Mary  Melcher. 

.   72  Nicholas  J.  Spoden. 

72  J.   C.   Buckley. 

73  Vacant. 

73  John  Nlles. 

73  Mrs.  M.  Nellie  Charles  Wilcox.   . 


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CHARIOTTE  STREET— Continued 

73  Oneida  County  Creameries  Co. 

74  Alma  M.   Albright. 

74  Vacant. 

75  Jos.   J.   McCracken. 
75  Andrew  J.  Forbes. 
75  Andrew  W.   Bulger. 

Devereux  St.  Ends. 

77  Mrs.  Frances  Nelson. 
77  Clarence  D.  Pierce. 
77  Howard  T.  Lloyd. 
77  Howard  V.   Conover. 
77  Dr.  Jacob  K  Brown. 
77  H.    I.    Grantier. 
77  Arthur  E.  Snyder. 

77  Harold  M.  Townsend. 
78-80  Labor  Temple. 

78  Sperry  &  Hutchinson. 

80  Oscar  A.  Wheeler. 

79  Leonard  Drake.  • 
79  Fierce  Home  Bakery. 

81  Ellen   Fuggle. 

82  James  Healey. 

83  Carl  C.  W.  Dabelstein. 
83  Frank  D.   Westcott. 

83  Carl  C.  W.  Dabelstein. 

83  Vacant. 

84  Enrique   Tolibia. 
84  1.    W.    Ribyat. 

84  Morris  L.   "Williams. 
84  Louis   D.    Cintrat. 
84  Frank   M.    Capello. 
84  Irene  Keller. 
84  Benort    Desbrasses. 

84  Edward  D.   Clark. 

85  James  Marshall. 

86  William  W.  Williams. 
86  Mary  Burke. 

85  Merritt  D.  Meeker. 

86  Grace  Berrimer. 
86  Samuel  Osborne. 
86  Elizabeth  Fryer. 
86  Benjamin   Ribyat. 

86  Charles  A.  Ackerknecht. 
Blandina  St.  Crosses. 

87  Vacant. 

SS  Edward  Loftus. 

89  Humphrey   Williams. 

90  Edw.  Loftus. 

91  Anna  DeFoy.  , 

92  Mrs.  Ann  Codner. 

93  Mrs.   Martha  McLoughlin. 
93%    Mrs.    Howard    F.    Slauson. 
93%  Mrs.  Nicholas  Schweinsberg. 

94  Harry  Hoffman. 
94%  William  E.  Green. 

95  Mrs.  Ella  Owston.    , 

96  Jacob  Hoffman. 


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96  Rebin-B.  Lison. 

97  Harry  B.  Wilkins. 
96%    Vacant. 

98  William  M.  Barron. 

98  Barron   &    Klein. 

99  Dr.  Frederick  T.  Owens. 
Steuben  Park  Begins. 
Lansing  St.  Begins. 

CHERRY    STREET 

1825    Whitesboro    to    S.     H.    Grounds— 14th 
Ward. 

Barn. 
2-4  Vacant  lots. 

5  Charles   H.    Kless. 

6  James  Shannon. 

7  John  Brady. 

8  Albert   Breish. 

9  Vacant  lot. 

10  Margaret  Gengel. 
15  Harold  R.  Kless. 
12  Edgar  J.  Beverly. 
13-14  Vacant  lot. 

15  John  Teefey. 

16  Simon  Hahn. 

17  Dominick  Firsching. 

18  Christopher  Fehlner. 

19  George  P.  Jones. 
20-24  Vacant  lots. 

•  26  Regina  Sweet. 

28  Vacant   lots. 

30  John  Hitzelberger. 
32  Orville   Cornelius. 
36  Vacant  lot. 

40  Ida  EscK. 

40  Charles  W.   Eigner. 

'      CHESTNUT    STREET  . 

78  Frances  Street  to  305  Lincoln  Ave. — 11th 
Ward. 

5  Arthur  E.   Davies. 

6  Vacant  lots.  . 

7  Fred   W.    Roedel. 

8  George  H.    Green. 

8  John  F.  Scholl. 

9  Vacant  lot. 

10  Fred   Hobolm. 

11  Frank  J.  Clark. 

11  Bert   D.   Bush. 

12  Thomas   Frank. 
12  Clara  Thompson. 
16  Isaac  Simmonds. 
16%    Fred   Moulton. 

18  Alexander   Brazeau. 

18  Irving   Butler. 

19  William  D.  Baltzell. 

20  Hugh  Fahy. 

20  Anna  Loftus. 

21  Daniel  Wade. 

21  Paul  C.   Buhl. 

22  Frank  T.  Schwab. 
22  Catherine  Manley. 
26  Bernard    Kelmurray. 

31  Earl   A.    Groves. 
Sunset  Ave.   Crosses. 

32  Charles  F.  Menge. 

33  Henry  W.  Dill.  ,  ■ 

34  John  J.  Vogler. 

35  John  J.  Shaughnessy. 

36  Charles  A.   Schaub. 
i  37  Andrew  L.  Hall. 

38  Arthur  W.  Cheney. 

39  William  E.  Cole. 

40  Martin  A.   Bach.  ,  ' 

41  Herve  K  Fiske. 

42  Peter  Petersen. 

42  Nis  C.  Helmer.  '     ' 

43  Arthur  F.  Wlseham. 

44  William  H.  Bonfleld.  i 


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CHESTNUT   STREET— Continued 

45  Charles   H.   Behrlnger 

47  Thompson  Taylor. 

47  Edward  A.  Kline. 

49  Emery   Bauman. 

51  Wilhelm    F.    Handshke. 

CHURCHILL    AVENUE 

Whltesboro    to    City     Line — 14th     Ward. 
113  George  L.  Brunner. 

113  Albert  Turk. 

114  Elizabeth   Brunner. 
117  George  J.   Keidel. 

117  Anthony  Hildebrand. 

118  William  Bills. 
121  Charles  Johnson. 

121  John    W.    Farrell. 

122  Frederick    Ellsworth. 
122  George  P.   Murphy. 
125  Constantine  Stocker. 

125  William   Kaufer. 

126  William   Farrell. 
126  John  F.  Scherer. 

129  Frank  L.  Younghanz. 

130  Jay  Sutherland. 

130  William  J.  Williams. 
133  Earl  Beekman. 

133  John  M.  Heinrich. 

134  John  B.  Burns. 
137  John   Ellard. 

137  William  R.   Hughes. 

138  David  O.  Davies. 
138  Joseph  Schaffner.  - 
141  Albert   Swartz. 

141  Fred   C.   McCoy. 

142  George  Alsheimer. 
142  One  J.   Edwards. 

145  John  Maxwell. 

146  Robert  H.  Miles. 
146  Arthur  Rhubart. 
149  John    Dilker. 

149  Robert  Ferguson. 

150  Arthur   B.   Phillips. 
150  Edward  Clarke. 

153  Frank  J.   Stocker. 

153  William  G.  Littler. 

154  John  S.  Alsheimer. 
136  Dana  H.  Wells. 

156  Fred   E.    Bearance. 

157  William  Mahaney. 
157  Frank  A.   Peckins. 

201  Joseph  G.  Gantner. 
Highland  Ave.  Crosses. 

202  Charles  W.    Seymour. 
205  Sebastian   Schnitt. 

205  Cecilia  Sinclair. 

206  T.   Earl   Allen. 
206  Sarah  M.  Stahl. 
209  George  J.   Gissible. 

209  Leighton  M.  Rich. 

210  George   S.   Osterman. 
210  Jacob  Hoag. 

215  E.    Guy   Ashley. 

215  Harold  R.  Kless. 
Vacant   lots. 

216  Charles  Wehnau. 
216  Nellie  Hagen. 

218  Frederick  C.   Smith. 
21S  Mrs.   Anna  Roberts. 
221  Henry  F.  Kellemen. 
225  Thomas   Evans. 
225  Mrs.  Louisa  Bauer. 
224  John  Maler. 
224  Louis  Ryan. 
228  William  W.  Green. 
228  Frank  L.  Hayner. 

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229  Vacant. 
242  Samuel  Whitton. 
242  Mary  A.   Triebel. 
242-308  Vacant    Lots. 
310  Samuel    Weinsteln. 
310  Samuel    Pearlman. 

CITY     STREET 

47    Green    to    Thorn— 14th    Ward. 

2-14  Whitton   &   Son's  Greenhouse. 

3  William  A.  Wendt. 

3  Charles  Klaus. 

5  Simon    J.    Ulrich. 

7  Vacant. 

7  Ludwig  Ulrich. 

9  Burt  J.   Anson. 

9  August    Snyder. 
11  Albert    Lenke. 
11  Claude   Johnson. 
15  James  A.   Dunn. 
15  Mrs.    Josephine    Brunner. 
17  Frederick   W.    Fullrlde. 
17  Charles   A,    Newton. 
19  Joseph   L.    Smith. 

19  Henry   Lambert. 

20  Bernard  Schnurr. 

22  Edwin  A.    Cr^ndall. 
24  Emil  Klibbe. 

24  William    Low. 
Knox  St.    Crosses. 

21  Mrs.   Rosa  Case. 

23  Jacob   Schulze. 

23  Catharine    Swartz. 

25  Patrick    Heffron. 

26  Richard  Henschke. 

26  Louisa  Flock. 

27  Albert  L.   Jones. 

28  Mrs.    Carrie   D.    Mattl. 

28  Charlotte  Feldmann. 

29  Ernest  Chalmers. 

29  George   Bandoin. 

30  Edgar  Welsh. 

30  Peter  Hannon. 
Capital  Ave.  Crosses. 

31  Eugene  J.   Trossett. 

31  Albert  F.  Trossett. 

32  John   G.   Longley. 

32  Mathias  Frank.      • 

33  John  Lubey. 

33  Mrs.    Elizabeth   Stoeber. 

34  John  B.  Collmer. 

34  Frederick   Fuchs. 

35  Fred  Hayes. 

35  Joseph     Raehm. 

36  Vacant   lot. 

37  Charles  C.  Anacker. 

37  Charles   L.    Kessler. 

38  Frederick    W.    Mursch. 

38  William    T.    Clark. 

39  Geo.    E.    Fasoldt. 
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CLOTHES,  HATS,  FURNISHINGS, 
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CITY     STREET— Continued 

40  Louis    Schneider. 

41  John    G.    Fasoldt. 

42  Henry  D.  Ehrle. 
42  John     Schrader. 

44  Vacant   lot. 
Walnut   St.   Crosses. 

45  Valentine    Neibel. 
46-48  Vacant  lots. 
47_George    Sifer. 

Hickory    St.    Crosses. 

62  Nellie    J.    Jones. 

62  Fred    Steffner. 
Maple   St.   Crosses. 

75  August  W.  Zemenz,  Jr. 
Oak  St.   Crosses. 

77  William    J.    Jones. 
School  No.  19. 
Vacant  lots. 
Linden    St.    Crosses. 
Vacant    lots. 

84  John    Gutheinz. 

84  Arthur  Osborn. 

■86  William  D.   Lubey. 

86  Lionel  Kemp. 

88  Patrick   J.   Lubey. 

90  Vacant   lot. 

92  Charles   Schafer. 

92  John  M.   Matti. 
Ash   St.    Crosses. 
N         94  Vacant   lot. 

98  William   F.    Stokes. 

99  Fred    Wunderle. 
99  Carl  Ebert. 

100  Charles  F    Schutte. 

100  Louis  Ludwig. 

101  Simon    Taylor. 

103  William  B.   Dunn. 

104  William    Kershaw. 
106  Vacant  lots. 

108  Reynold  F.  Hamann. 
114  Carl  Kachel. 
114  Mary    Moss. 

CLARK    PLACE 

144  Park  Ave.  to  King  St. — 4th  Ward. 

1  Irving   W.    Street. 

2  William  Thomas. 

2  Theodore  J.   Schuderer. 

3  Mrs.  E.  Z.  Wright.      ' 

4  Mrs.    James    K.    Smith. 

4  Sam  J.   Wolfe. 

5  Agnes  C.   Fay. 

6  Edward   G.   Grogan. 

7  Mary    Louise    Smith. 
7  George  Owens. 

9  Vacant  lot. 


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11  Mrs.    Emily   E.    Culver. 

13  Thorn  Memorial  Chapel. 
13  William  H.  Jones. 

CLARK    STREET  - 

10  Kernan  Ave.  near  St.  Luke's  Hospital — 
,  6th   Ward. 

8  Ida  C.  Wetzel. 

8  Augusta  A.  Schmidt. 
10  Paul    H.    HiUebrand. 

CLAY     STREET 

N.  Y.  C.  &  H.  RR.  to  141  Broad— 1st  and 
8th  Wards — Including  towpath  residents 
adjoining. 

2-4  International   Heater   Co. 

Towpath  near  Clay. 
5  William  H.  Peek. 
5  Henderson    S.    Peek. 
5  Salvatore  Peretta. 
Nelson  Hill. 
Vacant. 
Vacant. 
Erie   Canal    Crosses. 

1  James   Collins. 
3  Thos.  Peek. 
5  Margaret  Pelletieri. 
5  Thomas    Peek. 
6-14  Foster   Bros.    Mfg.    Co. 
Ends  at   Broad   St. 

CLEVELAND    AVENUE 

88  Stark  to  West  Ave— 9th  Ward. 
1  James  L.  Evans. 
1  Blazier   Mark. 
2-4  Barn. 

3  Anthony  Rabice.     . 
Schuyler   St.    Crosses. 

7  Frederick    Hillenbrand. 

8  Jacob    Wolff. 

15  Henry  J.   Davis. 

16  Charles   W.   Baker. 

17  John  Jecko. 

18  Fred  A.  Countryman. 

19  August    Hill. 

21  Vacant   lot. 

22  Charles   G,  Greiner. 

22  William  F.  Brenner. 

23  Henry  Siebenlist. 

23  Joseph  F.  Rettig. 

24  Dorothy    M.    Anacker. 

25  Arthur  Greenwood. 

25  Theresa  Martin. 

26  Nicholas   Dorn. 

27  Maria  Kubald. 
29  Barn. 

CLINTON    PLACE 

405    Genesee    to    Kemble — 7th    Ward. 
Olbiston    Stables. 
1  Vacant  lot. 
5  Vacant. 
7  George    L.    Wood. 

9  W.    Henry    Start. 
11  Henry  F.  Mansfield. 

14  Frances  W.  Roberts. 

15  Frederick.  W.  Sessions. 
17  John  F.  Maynard,  Jr. 

19  Wilbur    S.    Clark. 

20  Jane  H.   Coventry. 

21  Ray  Pratt  McLoughlin. 

22  Frederick  H.  Gouge. 

24  Susanna   Corliss. 
Oneida  St.   Crosses. 

25  Aloit  J.  Fierstine. 

28  Irving  R.  Gardinier. 

29  Thomas   J.   Griffiths. 
29  Frank    W.    Cook. 
31  James    W.    Lamb. 
31%  Herman  M.  Scheuch. 


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33  Aaron   Veeder. 

33  Charles    S.    England.    . 

34  Albertus    J.    Westcott. 

35  William    A.    Budlong. 

35  Chas.    J.    Schook. 

36  Frederick  H.   Wienke. 

37  Vacant. 
Vacant  lots. 

38  Chester  DuBois. 

39  The  Carlton. 

39  Francis  E.   Roberts. 
39  Frank  C.  Snippy. 
39  G.   Harrison  Lynch. 
39  Miss    Alice    G.    Higgins. 

39  Leon    P.    Bishop. 

40  Fred   E.   Wheeler. 
40Vi   Stanley  Gilbert. 
42  John   A.   McGregor. 
44  W.    C.    Hughes. 

CLINTON     STREET 

39     Erie     to     1417     Whitesboro— 6th     Ward. 

3  Lawrence   L.    Cole. 

5  William  T.  Hoffman. 

5  Richard  Jones. 

7  Gustav    Hiob. 

7  Alexander   Coughliri. 

9  Vacant  Lot. 
Parker   St.    Begins. 

11  John    F     Mack. 

11  Albert     S.     Hammes. 

12  Edward   H.   King. 

13  Edward    F.    Coughlin. 

13  Martin  Stucker. 

14  William   R.    Griffiths. 

15  George  A.  Hahn. 

15  William    Shipman. 

16  George    Steidle. 

18  Nicholas  Klein. 

19  racant  lot. 

20  Thomas  J.  McManus. 

COLUMBIA    STREET 

188  Genesee  (at  Junction  of  Seneca  St.)  to 
Columbia  Square,  286  Whitesboro— 3d,  6th 
and   9th    Wards. 

Peter   J.    Wald,    Jr. 
100  Miles  Krohn. 

102  Oliver  S.   Newcomb. 

103  England   &   McCaffery    (Inc). 

104  James    C.    Bigelow. 
106-  Joseph    H.    Eichler. 
105-107  Grand    Union    Tea    Co. 
107  Wm.    H.    Gage. 

108-110  Star    Clothing    Co. 

109-113  Manufacturer's   Output. 

Ill  Dr.  Park  E.  Sprague. 

Ill  Kelley   &   Dolan. 

Ill  Charles  R.  Weed,  M.  D. 

Ill  George  F.  Hendrick. 

Ill  Albert    Slttlg. 

Ill  Utica    Business    Institute. 

112-114  William  P.  Thelen 

116  Sutorius    Bros. 
Madison   Lane  Crosses. 

115-119  Carroll  Building. 
115  George  W.  Reed. 

117  Maynard   &   Woodward. 
119  Geo.    F.   Weaver   Sons   Co. 

118  Wm.   D.   Jones   &    Son. 
117-119  Utica  Cycle  Co. 

119  The  Electric  Horn  &  Sped  ilty  Co. 
119  American  Hardwall  Plaster  Co. 

121  Arthur   F.    Ferris. 

122  William  H.   Peate. 
124  Studio  De  Mallett. 

124  Muddeman  &  Stelnmayer. 
125-127  Michael  H.  Finukin. 


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128-130  Mosher  &  Walsh. 
132  George  B.   Grupp. 
134  Ragus   Tea-Coffee    Co. 
Washington    St.    Crosses. 

200-220  First    Presbyterian    Church. 

201  A.   J.   Moxon. 

203  Odd    Fellows'    Temple. 

203  Alvin    U.    Brockway. 

205  Essel  &  Hamlin. 

207  L.    H.    Chapman. 

209  Ackroyd   &   Cole. 

211-213  Hardings  Wine   Store. 

215  The  Imperial  Block. 

215  Frank  Yerdon. 

215  Mrs.  Linda  Fish. 

215  Mrs.   Louise   Boyer. 

215  Mrs.    Rose   Callahan. 

215-217  Parker  &  Co. 

219  Bowes  Bros. 

221  Alfred  H.  Day. 

221  Frances    Kaiser. 

223  Alexander  J.  Shaw. 

223  William   E.    Cullen. 

223%    Kowalska    &    Infusino. 

222-224  The  Waldorf  Shoe  Store. 

225-227  Vacant. 

225  Mansbach    &    McNulty. 

226  Ida  K   Tiffany. 
226  Amanda  White. 

226  Samuel  H.  Beckwith. 

227  Joseph  W.  Freshman. 

228  Leahy  Laundry    (Branch  Office) 
228  Nelson  A.   Burrill. 

230  Jacob  Joseph. 

231  John   Chengoles. 

231  Frank    C.    Stein. 

232  Mary  D.  Charles. 
232  Frederick  Salari. 
234  Mary   D.   White. 

Broadway    Crosses. 

301-303  John  J.   Collins  &  Sons. 

305  Gorton  Wall  Paper  Store. 

306  Barn. 

308  H.  Gschwind  &  Sons. 

309  William  F.  Schultz. 
309  Charles  McDonald. 
309  Charles  McCluskey. 

309  Vacant. 

310  Mrs.  Annie  Owens. 
310  Dell   Hogan. 

310  Frank  Harrington. 
310  Welcome  L.  Gott. 

310  Marlon   Morgan. 

311  Fink   Bros. 

312  William    Harrison. 

313  Nettie  L.   Griswold. 

313  James  C.   Blake. 

314  Nettie   L    Griswold. 

314  Katherine    Burke. 

315  W.   C.   Rounds. 


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MAHER  BROTHERS 

EVERYTHING  THAT  BOYS 
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COLUMBIA  STREET— Continued 

l  315  W.  Henry  Skerritt. 
316  Henry  D.  Morehouse. 

318  Mabe!   Mahon. 

319  Henry  W.   Skerritt. 

320  William   H.    Boyle. 

321  Charles   Rosenberg. 

321  Miss  Cora  A.  Cheseboro. 

321  August  Durrin. 

322-324  Mohican   Co. 

323  Maennerchor   Hall. 

325  Maennerchor   Cafe. 

325  Max  Fehr. 

326-328  Mrs.    I.    G.    Barrows. 

327%  Harvey  R.   Hazzard. 

327y2  Tony  Ross. 

327%  George  McCall. 

327%   Joel  A.    Morse. 

327-329  Williams  &  Williams. 

327%  Nellie  Mclntyre. 

327%  Nicholas  Santos. 

327%  Lyle  Baltzell. 

330  William  E.  Williams. 

330  Catherine    Frank. 

330  Da-fid   G.   Jones. 

330  Mrs.    Charles    Miller. 

330  Karl   Schaier. 

330  Archie   D.    McGillis. 

330  Floyd   H.    Williams. 

330  Mary    Gorman. 

331  Blasier-Sanborn   Manufacturing  Co. 

332  Philip   Cooper. 

333  The  "1900"  Washing  Machines. 

334  John  Wildhack. 

335  Vacant. 

336-338  Max  Lichtman. 
337-339  Vacant. 
338  August   Durrin. 
340  Henry   G.    Martin. 

342  O.  J.  Gc.fi*. 

343  Mohawk  Valley  Poster   Advertising 

Co. 

343  William   H.    Darling. 

344  James  R.   Crawford. 

345  William  T    Warfield. 

346  Harry  A     Freedman. 

347  Nellie   Beckwith. 

347  Gertrude  Pickard. 

348  J.    Doolin. 

349  Charles  A.  Pratt,  Jr. 

349  Edward  P.   Gallagher. 
■349  Harrer  &  Pratt. 

350  Meyer   Dumain. 

351  Andrew  Knauer  &   Son. 
352-354  Eastern  Estate  Tea  Co. 
353  Horatio  S.  Bull. 

353  John   W.    Bebb. 


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355  George  Hen-man. 

355  Andrew    Knauer. 

356  James   E.    Holloran. 

357  H.   &  H.   L.   Weber. 

358  Thos.    L.    Kingsley. 
362  Henry  P.  Vyner. 
364  Pert  Pepperman. 
364  May  Pepperman. 

366  Nathaniel  J.   Alexander. 
Cornelia   St.   Crosses. 

400  George    McCann. 
401-407  John   Cox. 
402  Hyman  Helper. 
.      404  William    J.    Duggleby. 

401-407  Iroquois    Auto    Top    Co. 
401-407  Utica     Suspender     Co. 

407  Great  Atlantic  &  Pacific  Tea  Store. 

408  Herbert    C.    Gage. 
406  Herbert   C.    Gage. 

410  Wells  J.  Streeter. 

411  Charles  H.  Barrowclough. 

412  Nathaniel   J.    Alexander. 

412  Fred  C.   Geiersbach. 

413  Henry  Wildhack. 

413  Sophie  Gau. 

414  Fred  C.  Geiersbach. 

415  Frederick    Regez. 

416  Bingel  &  Cook. 
418  Arthur  A.  Utter. 

416  Henry    Bingel. 

417  Jacob    J.     Stahlhofer. 

418  Jacob   Erhardt. 

418  Henry   Hoffman. 
41S  Lena    Blodgett. 

419  Dr.  H.  D.  L.  Spence. 

419  Henry  K.  Linkie. 

420  Frank   H.    Cadogan. 
421-423  George  Harrington. 
422  Lillian  Latham. 

424  Fred    D.    Wildhack. 
424  Lawrence   Turner. 

424  George   Swertfager. 

425  Moses    Galinsky. 

425  John   Hanrahan. 

426  Lawrence    Turner. 

426  Barney   Krohn. 

427  Vacant. 

428  Louise   Nitzschke. 
428  Walter    Topp. 

430  George   W.    Cox. 
430  Daniel    Kelley. 
430  Frank   Rogers. 
430  Fred  Broadway. 

430  Ada    Bennett. 

431  Edward   Vandervoort 
431  George  O^Brien. 

431  Melvin   B.   Moshier. 

431  Sandford    Hogle. 

432  Cavorvella  &  Cassia. 

434  Oneida   County   Creameries   Co. 

435  Lincoln     Sabine. 

435  William   Duggleby. 

436  Frank    Miller. 

436  Clarence  K.   Snydam. 
436  Grant   Bingham. 
436  Nelson   Russell. 

436  Charles   Dengler. 

437  Albert   H.    Geiersbach. 

438  John  E.   Moser. 

439  Parish  House,  Church  of  Redeemer. 

440  Charles   J.    Ehlinger. 
440  Mrs.   Nellie  Rathbun. 
440  Edward   A.    King. 
442  Charles  J.  Ehlinger. 
444  Catherine   Enright. 
444  John  F.   Enright. 
444  William  L.   Conrad. 
446  Karl  A.  Heim. 


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COLUMBIA  STREET— Continued 

448  Irving    N.    Block. 
439-449  Evangelical     Lutheran     Church 
of  the  Redeemer. 

450  Herbert  J.  Schrader. 

451  Hesse  &  Scharft"  Co. 

452  Hirt  &  Evans. 
452  Frank    D.    Decker. 
452  W.    J.    Nelbach. 

452  August  H.   Taelcle. 

453  Edward   L.   Woodbury. 

453  Edward  W.  Parker. 

454  George  Taekle. 
454  Edward  Michel. 
454  Frank  D.  Decker. 

454  Mary    Yaekle. 

455  L.    Stone   &    Co. 

456  Christian    Jensen. 

457  Bernard  De   Vito. 

458  Frederick  Gradhandt. 

458  Olive  A.  Pugh. 

459  Matilda    Van    Sickle. 

459  Vacant. 

460  Jacob  Krohngold. 
462  Charles  G.  Seifert. 
462  Chas.  J.  Burr. 

462  Mrs.   Daisy  Owens. 

464  Albert  S.  Schenck.' 
466  P.   M.   Nusbaum. 

465  Mrs.   Allen  Kilburn. 
468  James  D.  McCall. 
468  Mrs.  John  J.-  Fleming. 
468  Edward   F.    Murphy. 
468  Jay  P.  Bagg. 

46S  Maurice   Flynn. 

468  Vacant. 

468  George   Rexford. 

470  Abe   Glazer. 

472  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Haley. 
State    St.    Crosses. 

500  Joseph    Kammerlohr. 

501-511  Utica  Steam   Cotton   Mills. 

502  Vacant. 

504  Carl  Temple. 

506  Hyman    Goldstein. 

506  Paul  Oswald. 

508  H.  D.  Schmidt. 

508  Martin   J.    Tost. 

510  Roy   Lova. 

510  Catherine   B.   Ainsworth. 
Chenango   Canal   Crosses. 

512  Alvin    B.    Cole. 

513  Herman  A.   Klages. 

514  George    H.    Rabenstein. 

514  Fred  B.  Phillips. 

515  Herman   A.    Klages. 

516  Mrs.  H.  E.  Jackson.. 
516-518  Frank    L.    Blenls. 
518  Edward  W.  Heidenrelch. 
518  John   Bell. 

518  James  H.  Austin. 

519  Dr.   Henry   A.    Steber. 

521  Dr.  John  Gromann. 

522  Leahy's   Laundry    (Branch    office). 
524  John  L.  Rothenberg. 

Fay  St.  Crosses. 

N.   Y.  O.   &  W.   RR.   Depot. 
600  Louis   P.    Laenger. 

602  Beh   &  Andes. 

603  Regina   Relnhardt. 
'604  Dr.  Andrew  Sloan. 

605-607  Martin  Lutz. 

611  St.  Patrick's  R.   C.   School. 

612  John   Hohman. 

613  German   Lutheran    SchooL 

614  Wm.  J.  Helntz. 
616  John  Helntz. 


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618  Mrs.  Lon  Breltenstein. 

618  Dr.   N.  J.   McGowan. 

619  Rev.    Nicholas    Quinn. 

620  Richard  N.  Habby. 

621  St.   Patrick's   R.   C.   Church. 
Huntington  St.   Begins. 

624  West    Utica    Drug    Store,     Francis 
H.   Donaldson. 
Varlck  St.  Crosses. 

701  Mrs.  Saloma  Schmidt. 

702  St.    Joseph's  Parsonage. 

703  George  W.  Schrader. 
705  Vacant. 

705  Charles  J.  Walthart. 

705  Joseph  T.   Schrader. 

704-710  St.  Joseph's  R.  C.  Church. 

707-709  Albert  A.   Nelbach. 

711  Henry   C.   Yost. 

711  Vacant. 

712  William  J.   Stiefvater. 

713  Charles   W.    Allen. 

713  Earl  J.   Wilkinson. 

714  Amelia   Werdge. 

714  Charles  F.  Kuhn. 

715  Mrs.    Fred    Lind. 
715  Mrs.    Nellie    White. 
717  Edward  A.  Stiefvater. 
719  Vacant   lot. 

721  Mary  L.  Windheim. 

721  Arthur   P.    Geary. 

722  St.   Elizabeth's  Hospital. 

723  George   Windheim. 
725  William    H.    Watson. 
72S  Stephen  L.   Schreck. 

729  Mrs.    Mary  A.   Lux. 

730  Frank   P.    Carney. 

731  Jaseph    A.    Eichler. 

732  Otis    A.    Ward. 

732  Catherine    G.    Goppert. 

733  Jennie   Halstab. 

734  Vacant. 

735  William   T.    Tucker. 

736  Vacant. 

738  Mrs.    Elizabeth    Newton. 
738  Mrs.    Mary  Hoy. 
•      738  Max  Porges. 
738  Allen   Williams. 
740  Robert  Kelsey. 
Wiley  St.  Crosses. 

800  John   Schimmel. 

801  George   Steinbrecher. 

802  Albert  Windheim. 

803  Arthur  J.    Schimmel. 

803  W.   H.    Congrove.   ' 

804  Deborah  Walker. 

804  William   E.    Hazelhurst. 

805  John    Herman. 

805  Mrs.  Susan  Seellg. 
846  Peter  R.  Thomann. 
807  Jane   C.   Weeks. 


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808  Charles   C.   Downer. 

809  Nelson    Allen. 

811  Elizabeth  Chesman. 

811  Thomas  H.   Mitchell. 
Hamilton   St.   Begins. 
Wasmer  St.   Begins. 

812  Rev.  Angus  MacKay  Porter. 
814  St.   Luke's  Memorial  Church. 

Utica   Dyeing   Co. 

832  Jenny  &   Nelbach. 

833  Jenny  &  Nelbach  Office. 

835  Fred   D.    Heron. 

S35  Bernard  M.   Schoenleber. 

836  Mrs.   Anna  Jenny. 

837  Ellen  Dunn. 

S37  William  H.   Smith. 

841  Thomas   E.    Riley. 

.841  John  W.   Carpenter. 

843  Vacant    Lot. 

846  Elboeuf   Co. 

848  Utica  Rug  Co. 

850  Vacant. 

Branch  of  Highland  Knitting  Mill. 
Schuyler  St.  Crosses. 
D.,   L.  <£.  W.   RR.  Crosses. 

900  Margaret   F.    Merriman. 

900  Mrs.   Theresa  Haver. 

901  Albert  A.  Friedel. 

904  Andrew  Armour. 

905  Dr.  Frederick  James. 
905  Charles   H.    Laufer. 
905  Albert  Voll. 

905  Chas.  M.  Murtaugh. 

906  John  H.  Gohrinvrer.  v. 

907  George   E.    Boy.:e. 
909  Robert  C.  Fehrmann. 

911  Philip  Hammes. 

912  Durr    &    Hillenbrand. 
913-917  Phil.   Hammes    &    Sons. 
914  Dr.    Thos.   E.   Evans. 

f  914  William  H.   Kauth. 
'914  Mrs.  Lena  Schramm 
Saratoga  St.  Crosses. 
.    1001-1005  Joseph   Devereux. 
.   1007  Julius   Nelbach. 
1009  John    Dolan. 
1011  William  C.  Young. 
1011  John   H.   McLoughlin. 
1013  Rocco   Loudis. 
1013  Mrs.    Catherine   Dolan. 
1013  Lillian  E.   Barton. 
1015  Henry  Schaier  &  Son. 
1017  Edward  Handschke. 
1019  Vacant. 
1021  Carl  Roth. 
1023-1025  Jacob  Schuck. 
1025  Vacant  Apartment. 


NHARDCASTLE&CO 
)REALESTATE£/INSURANCE 

/ARCADE  BLDC.P.hone569 
RES.N.Y.M1LLS. 


CONKXING    AVENUE 

(Formerly  Third  Avenue). 

183   South   to   Roscoe   Conkllng   Park — 12th 

Ward. 

106  Harry   F.    Worlich. 
105  Ralph    E.    Richards. 
105  Paul  Mursch. 
105  Vacant. 
107-109  Vacant. 

108  Patrick    Coyne. 

109  Vacant   Lot. 

111  Thomas    Plummer. 

110  Simon  Farrell. 

112  J.  Ray  Marshall. 

113  John  Kunkel. 

114  William  Ullrich. 

115  Wilson   H.    Green. 

116  Mary    Corbally. 

117  William  C.  Prytherch. 

118  Elizabeth   I.    Scrafford. 
116  Mrs.  Mary  Corbally. 

119  Patrick   Butler. 

120  Michael  J.  McMahon. 

121  Vacant    lot. 

122  Arthur   F.    Holdredge. 

122  Joseph   Burger. 

123  The     Conkling    Apartments. 
123  W.    Henry   Foy. 

123  Frank  Apel. 

123  Walter  T.  Langton. 

125  Mrs.  Emma  Howell. 

125  William  G.  Owen. 

126  Joseph   Ruder. 

126  John  R.  Roberts. 

127  Jacob  A.  Bellinger. 

128  Mrs.    Catharine    Bannlgan. 

129  Fred  Banker. 

129  Joseph  J.    Kun.cel. 
129  Harry  S.  Hull. 
131  Albert  Kirk. 

131  Fred  W.   McG'ee. 

132  William    F.    Harris. 
135  Fred    Metzger. 

•134  Peter  B.   Smith. 
138  Edward  Buerger. 

138  Frank  T.   Pratt. 

139  Michael   F.    Byrnes. 
141  John   Burger. 

140  Guy    R.    Agan. 

144  William  E.   Keen. 

145  William  H.  Lowery. 
Mortimer   St.    Crosses. 

200  Lewis   M.    Murray. 

200  John  Murray. 

201  Mrs.    S.    Lipa. 

201  Mrs.   Jane   E.   Hasselkuse. 

201  Oneida  Hand  Laundry. 

202  Melvin    Penree. 
Vacant    lots. 

205  Edward   C.    Schwab. 
205  Patrick    J.    Barry. 

208  John  F.  Casey. 
207  Julia  C.  Harrigan. 
207  James  E.   Penner. 
210  Charles  H.   Phillips. 
210  John   H.    Burke. 

209  James  F.   Lockard. 
209  Henry  M.   Sebastian. 

213  William   F    Curran, 

214  Oliver  O'Hara. 

214  Robert   R.    McGarry.     « 
216  Winfleld   S.   Burham. 

216  John   E.    McGraw. 

215  Edgar  P    Diman. 
215  Mary  Welgand. 
218  John  W.  Evans. 

217  Philip  Duffy. 


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.  CONKLING    AVENUE— Continued 

220  George  G.  '  Herbig. 

220  George  H.  Cole.* 

221  Daniel   Culleen. 
224  James  Robinson. 
224  Mrs.    Mayme   Vance. 
223  John  Robinson. 

223  John    M.    Snyder. 
228  Adam  Geer. 
227  Peter   J.    Wald. 
227  Thomas    Jones. 
231  Charles  H.   Gibbs. 
233  Nicholas  C.   Doll. 
Eagle   St.   Crosses. 

301  Richard   M.    Taylor. 

306  Cornelius    J.    Sullivan. 
305  Charles  J.    Falley. 

307  Stephen    A.    Falley. 
310  John  A.  Ehresmann. 
312  Daniel  Deluhery. 

312  Rudolph  Petersen. 

313  Clark   B.    Markell. 

314  William    Walker. 

315  William    J.    Bantham. 

317  George    Bingel. 

318  Wendelin  J.   Kneller. 
322  Edward  L.  Biggs. 
322  William  J.   Burns. 
322  Matt    P.    Kelly. 

324  Mrs.   Ellen  Sullivan. 

324  Mrs.    Louise   Beckwith. 
328  Theresa  Seifert. 

328  Mrs.   Grace   Schliker. 

325  T.    Coakley    (Est). 

339  Bartel's    Brewing    Co..    cor.    West 

Shore  and  Conkling  Ave. 
341  Henry   G.    Bellosa. 
Leah    St.   Crosses. 

418  Charles   W.   Jones. 
435  John  J.  Senoff. 
437  Henry    R.    Reppel. 
501  Anthony   Iffert. 
507  William    Mursch. 
512  Joseph  Millstein. 

512  Howel   I.    Morris. 

513  Anna  Cavanaugh. 
513  Mrs.  Mae  Carroll. 

515  Gustavus  J.   Bellosa. 

516  Charles  Painter. 

516  Mrs.  Sophie  Patrick. 

519  Paul    Mursch. 

521  Vacant  lot. 

523  John  Mader. 
Vacant    lots. 

548  Mrs.    Augusta    Schram. 

550  Vacant. 

550  George  A.   Schram. 

552  Vacant. 

554  Daniel    Rauschke 

554  Harold    Morgan.  / 

Vacant  lots. 
Arthur  St.  Crosses. 

600  J.  George  Christ. 

600  Isadore  Karn. 

600  Theodore  L.  Christ. 

610  Edw.  J.  Van  Den  Dries. 

624  Michael  White. 

626  Vacant. 
Emily   St.    Begins. 
James  St.  Crosses. 
East   Third   St.   Crosses. 

667  Christian   Trltten. 

669  St.  Vincent  School  Tool  House. 

•73  Henry  H.  McCombs. 


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COOPER     STREET 

66     Broadway    to    89    Varlck— 2d     and    9th 
Wards. 
1  Mrs.  A.  E.  Pierce. 

1  William  Hughes. 

2  John   A.    Georgitso. 
3-5  Jerome  Hemstreet. 
4  Anna  A.  Fink. 

4  Carolyn   Seaman. 
6  John   J.   Collins. 
6  Walter    H.    White. 

6  Charles  B.   Finch. 

7  Mrs.  Fred  Kempf. 

7  John  Yost. 

8  John  H.   Hauser. 

9  John    G.    Cessford. 

9  Benjamin   Douglass. 

10  Fred  J.  Waldron. 

11  Robert   B.   Jones. 

12  Philip    Simons. 
12%  Charles  M.  Cea. 

13  Owen   Roberts. 

13  Winslow    R.    Plato. 
13%  Samuel   Levi. 

13%  Hyman   L.   Jacobson. 

14  Henry   Mallett. 

14  Geo.  Flynn. 

15  Irving   C.    Barker. 

16  Paul   E.    Newman. 

17  Frank   Decker. 

17  Kaymer.  Kewlicz. 

18  Charles    E.    Wilsey. 

19  George  A.  Sampson. 

20  Wm.   A.    Knowlton. 

21  Ernest  P.   Rohm. 

21  James   McLoughlin. 
21%  George  R.  Adams. 

22  Robert  R.   Benbow. 

22  Charles   Smith. 

24  Frank   C.    Schafer. 

24  Lydia  Hobart. 
Cornelia  St.  Crosses. 

23  Moravian    Church. 

25  Utica  Truck   No.   2. 

26  Westcott   Garage   Company. 

27  George    E.    Foster. 
27  Mary  E.  Napier. 

27  Mary    J.    Hamlll. 

28  Mrs.  George  F.  Breltensteln.     . 

29  Ray  L.   Covey. 

30  Charles   Seufert. 

31  Arthur   P.    Buckingham. 

32  Allen   P.    Evans. 

32  Wm.   Casey,  Jr. 

33  Hyman  J.   Cohn. 

34  Robert  Bates. 

35  John  J.   Rielly. 

35%  Laughlin  O'Hanlon. 
35%  Jennie   Allen. 


7H£SD«Wr5H0P 

MILLINERY 


I7IUUIIIAST. 


222 


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MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHIERS  FOR  BOYS  AND  MEN 
FROM  HEAD  TO  FOOT 

Across  the  Street  from  Hotel  Utica. 


COOPER    STREET— Continued 

36  Mrs.  Anna  T.  Clark. 

36  A.  Merton  Dyer. 

37  Sarah   Whitam. 

38  Lulu  A.   Meehan. 

39  Frederick  Buck. 

40  Charles  Geiresbach. 

41  Amelia  Hicks. 

41  Oakey  L.   Hall. 

42  Seward  A.  Goodier. 

42  Orra    Matteson. 

43  Mrs.  Vida  Kiley. 
43%Harry  J.   McCormick. 
43%  Martin  L.  Peterson.  I 

44  James  ,D.   Clifford. 

45  Mrs.   Cora  C.  Whitney. 

45  Jacob   S.Elias. 

46  William  T.  Zoeckler. 

47  Jacob    Doobin. 

47  William    Prichard. 

48  Edw.   Ford. 

48  John    Knight. 

49  David  J.  Jones. 

49  Charles  V.  Holmes. 
49  Henry    Bauer. 

49  Harvey  Brucker. 

.  50  Joseph   W.   Freshman. 

50  George  Koon. 

50  William     McElwaine. 
52  Eliza  Patterson. 
52%  William  H.  Hulser. 

63  Utica   Steam  Cotton   and   Mohawk 

Valley  Mills. 

54  Mary  Scott. 

56  Owen   Scott.  ' 

58  Mrs.    Emma   E.    Pritchard. 

60  George  A.  Kitts. 
State  St.  Crosses. 
Utica  Cotton  Mill  Intercepts. 
Fay  St.   Crosses. 

64  Frederick  Klossner. 

65  Anthony  Brodzik. 

66  Sydney  N.  DuBois. 

66  Joseph  C.  Eichmeyer. 

67  Hieber   A.    Sutorius. 

68  Charles  H.  Skinner. 
68%  George  E.  Lovell. 

69  Frank  R.  Buckley. 

70  Rudolph  C.  Nagel. 

71  Byron   S.   Potts. 

72  Andrew  Wurz. 

72  Lorenzo  Harris.  ; 

73  Mrs.    Catherine   Brown. 

74  John  W.   Gossin. 

74  Albert  Rinehard. 

75  John  G.  Rinehard. 

76  Thomas  Ryan. 


/.ARCADE  BLDC £hone569 
.  .:    RES. N.Y.MILLS. 


77  Janette   Lambert. 
77  James  Redfern. 

79  William  L.   Gormley. 

80  Mrs.    Margaret   E.  •  McElhinney. 

80  Mrs.  Marie  Johnson. 

81  Albert  W.  More. 

83  Mary   C.    Callahan. 
Huntington  St.  Crosses. 

82  Vacant  lot. 

84  Mrs.  Julia  Evans. 

84  Evan    R.    Williams. 

85  Margaret  Clark. 

85  Edward  A.   Wickens. 

85%  Mrs.  Catherine  B.  Stoddard. 

86  Owen   E.    Shields. 

87  Mrs.  Ida  Dedell. 
89  Ambrose    Miller. 
89  Louisa  Mihm. 
91  John  A.  Bach. 

91  Emily  Carpenter. 

93  Peter  Osterman. 

93  Mrs.  Lillian  Osterman. 

CORNELIA    STREET 

Erie   Canal   to   280   Genesee-*3d    Ward. 
1-7  Hart    &    Crouse    Co. 
8-10  Utica  Gas  &  Electric  Co. 
10  Clarke   &   Jones. 
Lafayette  St.   Crosses. 

12  Mrs.  Mary  Palmer.  _, 
14  Ellen  Lindsey. 

14  James    Curry. 

15  Chas.    H.     Childs'    building    facing 

LaFayette  St. 
17  Carrie   Gallagher. 

17  Peter  J.  Gallagher. 

18  Harry    Sladufsky. 

18  Vacant. 

19  John  J.  Traut. 

-    20  Joseph   H.    Moran. 

22  Charles    Zepp.    • 
Columbia   St.   Crosses. 

25  Building  face"s  Columbia  Street. 

27  Barn. 

29  George    S.    Smith. 

24-34  Building  facing  Columbia  St. 

31  Charles  Manning. 

31  Charles    M.    Johnson. 

31  Daniel  Kelly. 

33  Margaret  Fuller. 

33  Sarah  A.   Garrett. 

35  Jenny  M.  Brown. 

37  Robert  B.   Jones. 

36-38  Westcott   Garage   Co. 
Cooper  St.  Crosses. 

40-42  Moravian   Church. 

39  A.    P.    Van    Dyke. 

41  Albert   Barnett. 

43  Thomas    B.    Bevans    &    Son. 

44  Rev.  Allen  E.  Abel. 

45  Julia  G.   Mould. 

46  Vacant. 

47  Walter  J.  Hickox. 

47  Sarah  Jane  Palmer. 

48  Ray  E.   Jones. 

49  Irvln  Collins. 

50  Matthew   C.    Cook. 

50  Ernest    Schari. 

51  William   Marrin. 
51  George   Evans. 
53  Lewis  E.   Evans. 

53  William  Mullen. 
Spring  St.  Crosses. 

62  Mrs.   Mary  S.  Slater. 
64  Mrs.  Mame  Moehringer. 

54  Charles  E.  Wetmore. 
66  Thomas   Breen. 

66  Wm.  Vincent  Jones.       _  •  ' 

67  James  M.  Hennessy. 


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223 


CORNELIA  STREET— Continued 

68  Charles   E.    Fowler. 
59-61  Frank  J.   Baker. 
Court  St.  Crosses. 

64  Frank  J.    Baker's   Greenhouse. 

67  Hugh    MacRitchie. 

68  Robert  Dodd. 

69  Mrs.  Margaret  Curran. 

69  George   McCann. 

70  Henry  P.   Huck. 

71  William  R.   Bates. 

72  William  H.   Long. 

73  Daniel  L.   Mott. 

74  Marie  Martin. 

75  N.  Y.   School  of  Motoring. 

76  Joseph?  Winkler. 

77  Esther  B.  McMahon. 
Aiken   St.    Begins. 

78-80  Curtis  Dancing  School. 

79  Vacant. 

79  James    Henebray. 

81  Adolphus  I.  Simmons.' 

82  Walter    L.    Curtis. 

83  Lester  J.    Start. 

84  The  New   School. 

85  William  C.  J.  Doolittle. 

86  Vacant   lot.    <\ 

87  Anna  Warner. 
Mandevllle   St.    Begins. 

88  Gerard    S.    Foster. 
90  Bernard   D.   Foster. 

COTTAGE     STREET 

303    Genesee    to    Lincoln    Ave. — 11th    Ward. 

2  Vacant  lot. 

3  Fred  A.  Keating. 

4  Imogene  M.   Palmer. 

5  John   C.    Manion. 

6  Leslie  W.  Brennen. 

7  H.    J.    Cookinham. 

8  Herbert  Kernan. 

9  Mrs.   Samuel  J.   Creswell. 

10  Vacant  lot. 

11  Pascal  C.  J.  DeAngells. 

12  Vacant   lot. 

13  Mrs.   Sarah   Griffiths. 

14  Rev.   John  A.    Staunton. 

14  Dr.    Florence    I.    Staunton. 

15  Vacant. 

16  The  Marshall. 
16  John  Thomas. 
16  Jennie    Smith. 

16  Carlton  H.   Marshall. 

16  William  L.  Sykes. 
Mrs.  John  M.  Crouse. 

17  Alfred   J.    Purvis. 

18  Mrs.    Mary   C.    Thomas. 

19  G.   Wilmer   Creswell. 
^0  Anna  G.  Walker. 

22  Vacant  lot. 
State  St.  Crosses. 

27  William    H.    Shrock. 
29  Mary  Williams. 

29  George  F.  Haigh. 

30  Garfield  J.  Coates. 

31  Arthur   Christian. 
•  32  Patrick   Hoey. 

33  Frank  Turff. 
33%     Vacant. 

34  Levi   W.    Snell. 

35  Thomas   L.   Hanrahan. 

35  Bella  F.  Kingman. 

36  Vacant   lot. 

37  John  J.  Hughes. 
37  Kittle    Miller. 

37  Theodore  S.  Beswick. 
Si  Mrs.   Agnes    Shaw. 

38  Jesse  J.  Williams. 


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39  Martin  A.    Bryon. 
Hart   St.    Crosses. 

40  Leo  Alshelmer. 

41  Vacant  lot. 

42  John    Fagan. 

43  Ellen    Carney. 
43%  Albert  X.   Young 
43%   Frank   E.   Schaub. 

44  Charles  Zech. 

44  Truman    E.    Adams. 

45  Martin   Younghanz. 

45  William  J.  Younghanz. 

46  Mrs.  Jennie  Fuller. 

46  Ralph   Polito. 

47  Alexander   Zambo. 

47  John   Troyan. 
4S  Ben    Pipas. 

48  Joseph    Sakov.-ski. 

49  Vacant    lot. 

?0  Joseph     Kolenski. 

50  Adolph  Wrocjinsky. 

51  Emma    Nickel. 

51  Catharine  T.   Snyder. 
53  Franciszck   Jasinski. 

COUPE     AVENUE 

Thorn  to  O'Brien  Ave. — 14th  Ward. 
No    houses. 

COURT    STREET 

254  Genesee  to  466  Whitesboro — 3d  and  9th 

Wards. 
Broadway    Ends. 
1-4  Vacant  lots. 

5  Mrs.  Fannie  A.  Rice. 

6-8  First  M.   E.   Church. 

7  Vacant. 

9  Michael  Lynch. 

9%  Mrs.   Robt   S.   Mclntyre. 

10  Loring   W.    Parker. 

11  Grace    Church    Sisters'    House. 
11%  Dr.    Leroy    H.    Jones. 

12  Dr.   Durand   R.   Kinloch. 

14  Thomas    Wheeler. 

15  David  Griffith. 

16  Harrison   Gilmore. 

17  Mrs.    Frances    E.    Newland. 
17  The  Cecily  Baker  School. 
IS  Daniel    F.    Breitenstein. 

19  Branch   of  W.   C.   A.    Home. 

20  Rev.    Ralph    W.    Brokaw. 

21  Women's       Christian      Association. 

Home. 
Cornelia   St.   Crosses. 

22  Emma    Pen«<  n. 

22  Ernest  P.   Rohm. 

23  Lewis   Yeager. 

24  John    S.    Goodenow. 

25  Martin   Lutz. 

25%  John   R.   Thompson. 

26  Dr.    Earl    D.    Fuller. 

27  Greenhouse. 


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i 


X 


MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHES,  HATS,  FURNISHINGS, 
SHOES  FOR  MEN  AND  BOYS 

Cor.laFayetie  and  Seneca  Sts. 


COURT     STREET— Continued 

29  Frank  J.  Baker. 

30  Sarah    J.    Butcher. 

31  Albert  J.  Eaechle. 

.  32  William    H.    Browneir. 

33  Vacant. 

34  John  J.   Booth. 

34  Elizabeth   Jones. 

35  Edgar  H.    Brown. 

36  Louis    E.    Seifried. 

38  William  H.   Champlain. 

39  John    Thomas. 

40  Dr.  Arthur  P.  Faass. 

40  Charles   A.    McKernan. 
41%   John  E.   Jones. 

41  William  P.   Switzer. 

42  Jas.    S.   Hanley. 

42  Edward  Canfield. 

43  Donald   Laird. 

43  Stanton  R.    Eldredge. 

43  Clarence  D.  Godfrey. 

45  Vacant. 

47  Henry  J.    Stowell. 

47  Bela  F.   Kingman. 

47  Charles    Mitchell.  • 

47  James  Cooke. 

47  Francis  DeGroot. 
State   St.    Crosses. 

44-58  Utica       Steam       Cotton       Mills 
Grounds. 

49  Oneida  Brewing  Co. 
Lincoln    Ave.    Begins. 

51  Evans   &    Edwards. 

51  Geo.    S.    Smith. 

53  Edward  Johnson. 

53  John  Yonas. 

55  Mrs.   John  Young. 

55%    W.    Potter. 

57  John     J.     Droz. 

57  Agnes   Smith. 

59  William   F.    Bartell. 

59  Thomas  J.   Brooks. 

59  John  H.  Hauler. 
Fay  St.   Crosses. 

N.  Y.,  O.  &  W.   RR.   Crosses. 
61-63  O'Toole   &.  Werren. 

60  James    F.    Meagan. 
62  Anthcny     Penc. 

64  Joe   Szark. 

65  George   Baker. 

66  John    H.    Coughlin. 

66  Daniel    Reardon. 

67  Vacant. 

67  Michael  F.   Crowley. 

69  Mary    Anglan. 

69  Albert    HofTmaster. 

70-72  Mrs.    Catharine   Schuchardt. 


;HARDCASTlE&C0. 
J  REAL  ESTATES !  NSliRANCE 

/ARCADE  BLDCPhone569 
RES.N.Y.MILLS. 


71  Patrick  Harvey. 
71  Mary    Brennan. 

71  Fred   Morath. 

72  George    Miller.  v 

73  Anna  Russell. 

73  Mrs.   Ann  E.  Jones. 

74  William  Colwell. 

75  Elizabeth  Ehlinger. 

76  Susan  S.  Hartwell. 

77  William   Trunk. 

79  Anna  Murphy. 

80  Euphrosyne  Hohman.  < 

80  Klttie  Gibbons. 
Huntington  St.   Ends. 

81  Thomas  Rowlands. 
81  Carl  A.  Hummel. 
81  Andrew     Hummel. 
83  John  Smith. 

83  John   E.   Lewis. 

84  Thomas  Bogan. 

85  Mrs.    Mary  Filkins. 

87  Geo.    B.    Merrill. 

88  Anna   Smith. 

89  George  H.  Thomas. 

90  Antoni  Zawada. 

91  Margaret  Powers. 

91  Henry  Greer. 

92  William   J.    Manley. 

93  Edward   H.    Welch. 

94  Godfrey   Dehm. 

95  Mrs.   Anna  C.   Schrader. 

96  Patrick    H.    Fogarty. 

97  Jonathan  D.  Moshier. 

98  Noble  J.  Griffiths. 

98  Vacant. 

99  Philip  J.  Tunney. 
99  Ann   Ward. 

100  William  H.   McAbery. 

100  Gary  Ayers. 

101  William   Parry. 

102  Frank  D.   Leach. 

103  John  Cotter. 

104  Chas.  Jones. 

105  Mathias  Irion. 

105  Joseph  G.  Windheim. 

106  Burton    W.    Jones. 

107  Vacant    lots. 

108  Chapel     Sayre     Memorial     Presby- 

terian Church. 

109  Joseph   Stock. 
Ill  Vacant  iut. 

113  Joseph  J.   Sauer. 
Sunset    Ave.    Crosses. 

115  Vacant. 

115  James  Snyder. 

115  John   Kunkel. 

115  Fred  Cronauer. 

116-118-120  Charles  E.   Weeks. 

117  Silas   F.   Jacobs   &   Son. 

119-145  Globe  Woolen  Mills. 
Stark  St.   Begins. 

122-124  Faxton   Hall. 
Varlek  St.   Ends. 

West  End  Brewery  Storage. 

126  Vacant    Lot. 

128-130  Henry  &  Williams. 

128  John    Nieger. 

130  Albert  Fox. 

132  Vacant  lot. 

134  Frank  J.   Hammer. 

134  George  H.   Thomas. 

136  Mrs.  Annie  Mathers. 

138  Edward  M.  Hamlin. 

138  Mrs.    Elizabeth   W.    Kels«r. 

140  Chas.  W.  Nelger. 

140  Emery   Sauve. 

142  Franz   Kolmer.  •:■  * 


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225 


COURT     STREET— Continued 

142%  William  J.  Cowles. 

144  William    S.    Murray. 

144%    Christine    Abercrombie. 

146  Herman   L.    Helmes. 

147-149  Dryer    Memorial    Church. 

148  Karl  Bueche. 

148  Mrs.  Agnes  Belmont. 

150  Ada  Jones. 

151  Jacob  Rathdiener. 

151  Henry  J.  Riedel. 

152  Charles  F.   Southard. 

153  Mrs.   Lena  Kammerlohr. 

153  George  H.    Thomas. 
153%  William  C.  Baker. 

154  Edward  J.   Hirt. 

155  James    Rubino. 

156  Charles    Coppel. 

157  Wendelin    J.    Bach. 
157  Mrs.   Rachel   Bach. 

157  John   Hart. 
Schuyler    St.    Crosses. 
D.,   L.  <£.  W.   RR.   Crosses. 

158  Charles   Fisher. 

159  Oscar  P    Touse. 

160  Carl   F.    Bueche. 

162  Edward  Whittington. 

163  Robert  L.  Neidhart. 

163  Henry   J.    Roberts. 

164  Frank    Kennerknecht. 

165  Minzea    L.    Thomas. 

166  Frank  Kennerknecht. 

166  Vacant. 

167  Alfred    Tillsley. 
163  George  Wenn. 

168  William   D.    Brown. 

169  Martin   Reinhardt. 
South   Hamilton  St.   Begins. 

170  John  F.  Crossley. 

170  Frank    Roach. 

171  Vacant. 

171  Frank   Pugh. 

172  Jacob  H.  Bohrer; 

172  Idell   M.    Keller. 
Saratoga   St.    Ends. 

173  Nichclus   Hammerschmidt. 
174-176  Adolph   Metzger. 

175  Peter  Thomann. 

175  Jacob   Klaus. 

177  August   Damrath. 

177  Fred   W.   Fix. 

178  Leonard  J.  Cole. 
178  Fred   A.    Koehler. 
x79  Frank    Walker. 

180  Jacob  Ernst. 

181  Vacant  lot. 

182  Charles    Seifried. 
182  Frederick    Clauson. 

182  August  W.  Snyder.  i 
182%   Dennis  D.   Cummings. 

183  Arthur  Jones. 

184  Wllhelmla  Dux. 
184  Timothy  M.  Harty. 
186  Wallace    C.    Green. 
186  George     Coughlln. 
188  Harold    T.    Kempf. 
188  Joseph  Newland. 

West   Ave.   Crosses. 

185-189  Vacant  Lots. 
190-194  Court    Street    Public    School. 
191  Dr.  Miles  Johns. 
193  Charles  Tegtmeyer. 
.    193  Fred  F.  Frank. 
195  Charles   Bremlller. 

195  Frank  Falk. 

196  Henry  A.  Ehrle. 
196  Frederick  T.  Cono. 


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197  Vacant   lot. 

ijS  Joseph  R.  Wheeler. 

198  Alfred  J.  Lines. 

199  Mrs.    Ray    Nausbaum. 

199  Gratton  Edwards. 

200  Werner  F.  Goldbach. 

201  Hans   Breisen. 

201  George    Firsching. 

202  John   Jacob   Jenny. 

203  Frank   M.    Shoemaker.  n 

203  Arthur  J.  Pedersen. 

204  Vacant   lot. 

205  Joseph   J.    Nelbach. 
York  St.   Begins. 

Utica   State  Hospital   Grounds. 

206  Vacant. 

206  John   D.   Rees. 
208  M.   Emily  Grant. 
210  Charles    H.    Gorman. 
210  Willard  E.   Young. 
214  David  J.  Hughes. 
214  Thomas  L.  Irving. 
214  Lucy  Shaw. 
216  Catharine    Cole. 
218  George  W.   Shippy. 
2:'<>  Kmil    J.    George. 
222  Vacant   lot. 
224  Frank  J.  Jenny. 

224  Burt    E.    Liddell. 
Cross    St.    Ends. 

226  Patrick   Welch. 
228  John  W.   Crask.   . 

225  Edward  J.  Krapp. 
230  Michael  F.  Quinn. 
230  Vacant. 

232  Charles  W.   Metz. 

234  Edwin   H.    Metz. 

234  Nicholus  F.   Ernst. 

236  Vacant   lot. 

238  Herbert  E.  Austin. 

240  John    M.    Freson. 

242  John   Daniel. 

244  T.eo   Seelman. 

244  Kate    Edwcfrds. 

246  Bernhard   H.   Helfert. 

248  Chas.   H.   Birdseye. 

250  Peter  Ernst. 

252  Addle  Bussey. 

254  George  M.   Metzger. 

256  Mary    J.    Jones. 

256  Michael    Coram. 

256  Eveline    Rose. 

256  Gilrov  &  Koelmel. 

CROSS    STREET 

♦32    Whltesboro    to    224    Court — 9th    Ward. 
3  Mrs.  Mary  Laughlln. 

7  Mrs.  Hannah    Batson. 
Orchard   St.    Ends. 

6  Mrs.  Laura   Morris.- 

8  Daniel  Schafer. 


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10  Joseph  Smith. 

12  Theodore  J.   Schultz. 

12  Emil  S.   Schultz. 

GROUSE    AVENUE 

S.  R.  R.  to  9  Culver  Ave.— 8th  Ward. 
1  Paul  H.    Mogensen. 
3-7  Vacant    lots. 

CROUSE     STREET 

Tllden  Ave.  to  Culver  Ave. — 13th  Ward. 
14  Joseph  S.  Edwards. 
14  Andrew  F.  Stark. 

CULVER    AVENUE 

Bleecker    to    Welsh     Bush    Road — 8th 

and    13th   Wards. 
1  "Vacant  lot. 
3  John  Riley. 
3  Mrs.  Lillian  E.   Tice. 
Crouse  Ave.   Ends. 
West    Shore    Railroad    Crosses. 

Vacant   lots. 
Albert  St.    Begins. 

Vacant  Lots. 
Vacant  Lots. 
Mary   St.    Crosses. 

17  Daniel  A.  Carr. 
19  Leverett  Smith. 
21  Mrs.   Agnes   Roberts. 
Blandlna    St.    Crosses. 
Lansing   St.   Crosses. 
Guelich   Begins. 
Ward    St.    Begins. 
Rutger  St.  Crosses. 
Proctor    Ave.    Begins. 

Frederick   M.   Zeiter. 
Gardener    Begins. 
Smith  St.  Begins. 
South    St.   Crosses. 

All  Vacant  Lots  Beyond   South   St. 

CULVER    STREET 

Erie   Canal  to  209   Bleecker — 4th   Ward. 
Central  Stables. 
Fulton    St.    Crosses. 

DAKIN    STREET 

287    Genesee   to    164    Park   Ave. — 7th    Ward. 

1  James  F.   Smith. 

2  Willard   Hamlan. 

DAVIS    AVENUE 

48   Nichols  to  Jefferson — 8th   Ward. 
1  Ispere  Rubete. 
1  Stanley  Savasky. 
1  Francesco  Ottolano. 
Raffaele  Pulertto. 
3  Angelo  Clpriano. 


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3  Joseph   Cipriano. 

5  Biasso  Da  Luca. 

6  Samuel  Gravino. 
5  Domenice  Tasye. 

12  Brunso   Camperti. 
12  Stanley  Gilinski. 
14  Vacant. 

DAVIS    PLACE 

267   Oneida    to    Kemble — 7th    Ward. 

1  Charles   J.    Warner. 

2  Hans  Petersen. 

3  Edward  C.   McCarthy. 

4-6  Independent   Coal   Yard. 

DELAWARE    AVENUE 

Thorn  to  O'Brien  Ave. — 14th  Ward. 
No  houses. 

DENT    STREET 

Erie   to    620    Whitesboro — 14th    Ward. 

I  William  H.  MoFall. 
3  Barn. 

Vacant  lots. 

DEVEREUX    STREET 

205  Genesee  to  76  Charlotte— 4th  Ward. 
1-7-9  John    A.    Roberts    &    Co.,    new 

block. 
2-4  James   J.    Carroll. 
Church   Lane   Begins. 

6-14  Spitzli   Building— 
6  Ballda  Electric  Co. 
8-10  M.   A.   Cooper. 

8-10  Spitzli   Mfg.    Co. 
S-10  Riendean   &   Co. 
8-10  Ritesize   Underwear    Co. 
8-10    Scott    &    Williams. 
8-10  General  Knit  Fabric  Co. 

II  Men's  Club  of  Grace  Church. 
11  Peter    H.     Morris. 

12-14  M.   E.  Hooks  Co. 
12-14  Utica  Engraving  Co. 
13-15  Vacant. 
16  Vacant. 

16  Vacant. 

17  Vacant. 

18  Wellar's   Express   Co. 

18  Charles  Legsy. 

IS  Mrs.  Catherine  Timerson. 

19  Matthew  T.  Reilly. 

20  Fred  Buckley. 

20  George   A.    Merklinger. 

20  William  Evans. 

21  Matthew  T.  Reilly. 
23  Tolax  Chemical  Co. 

23  Theodor   Fischer.    M.    D. 
23%    Gaetano    Ciancio. 

24  Vacant. 

25  DeForest  A.  Davenport. 

26  William  F.  Houser. 

26  Mrs.   Margaret  Miller. 

27  Mrs.   Eleanor  Hughes. 

26  Charles  M.  Cackett. 

27  Ideal     Laundry. 

27  Albert  F.   Trcssett. 

28  Charles  J.   Barrell. 

28  Dr.   Wm.    W.    Jackson. 

28  Margaret  A.   Brown. 

29  E.   Tolibia  &  Co. 

30  William   Patton. 
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31  John  H. 
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33  Edward 
35  John  P. 
37  David  W.  Hyland. 
41  Eugene  C.  Ferry. 
41  Vacant. 


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41  M.  Jennie  Moore. 

41  Anna  Robinson. 

41  Frank  A.   Coakley.   Coal   Office. 

34-36  Sun  "Wall  Paper  &  Moulding  Co. 

38   (Corner)  Labor  Temple. 

DEWEY  AVENUE 

(N.   H.  Town)  Genesee  to  Corp.   Line. 
2  Arch  W.  Jones. 

4  John  Kelsey. 

4%  John  Kelsey,  Jr. 

5  Julia  Gray. 

Rev.  Charles  W.  H.  Lloyd. 
"William  Murray. 

DIVISION     STREET 

D..    L.,    &   W.    R.    R.   to    110   Whltesboro— 
2d  Ward. 
Vacant. 
1-5  D.,  L.  &  W.  RR.  Station 
1-5  N.  T.,  O.  &  "W.  R.  R.  Station. 
2  N.  Y.,  O.  &  W.  Freight  House. 
4-6  "William  C.  Wilsey. 
7  Adams    Express    Co. 
8-10  St.  James  Hotel. 
9-11-13  Rathbun  &  Co. 
15  Jacob  Wessinger. 

DOWNER    AVENUE 

Erie  to  Caroline — 14th  Ward. 
1-3  Vacant  lots. 
2-4  Vacant  lots. 
5  Telesphore  Contois. 
5  David  H.  Terrell. 
6.  Vacant  lots. 
,"  7  John  Allen. 

7  Michael  T.   McDonald. 

8  Vacant  lots. 

9  Nicholas  A.  Snyder. 
9  "William  Fahy. 

10  John  A.  Morey. 

11  Mrs.  Mary  Benkiser.  . 

11  Patrick   J.    Croghah. 

12  Pfeifer"s    Greenhouses. 
Whltesboro   St.   Crosses. 

17-29  Vacant   lots. 

28  Charles    Klein. 
28%  John  P.  Liddy. 

29  Robert    H.    Williams. 

29  John  Graham. 

30  Vacant. 

30  Vacant. 

31  George   Sprau. 

32  Thomas  "W.  Hughes. 

32  "William  "Watson. 

33  Elizabeth    Jones. 

33  Mrs.  Elizabeth  J.  Tott. 

34  Vacant  lot. 

35  Mrs.  Gertrude  Schmitz. 

37  John  Cox. 

38  Vacant. 
38  Vacant 
CS  Vacant. 
38  Vacant. 

38  Vacant. 

39  Edwin  L.  Hall. 

39  Gilbert  R.  Ferguson. 

40  Vacant. 
40  Vacant 

40  Vacant 
•10  Vacant. 

41  John  F.   Schofer. 

42  Vacant  lot. 

43  M.  Henry  Kirk. 

44  Ephriam   Cole. 
46  George  M.  Hill. 
46  Don  P.  Rathbun. 


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47  Henry    Schaub. 
Highland    Ave.    Crosses. 
No.   21  School. 
44-56  Vacant  lots. 

54  Edward  dyne. 

56  Rose    Roth. 

57  Edward   S.    Guckemus. 

58  Henry  Seiler. 

60  Frank  D.  Gesser,  Jr. 

61-65  Vacant  lots. 

62  Vacant. 

66  Edw.    Piper. 

66  August  Hanstein. 

70  Anthony   Smith. 

70  Lewellyn  Jones. 

73  Patrick    Geary. 

73  Lachlan   Smith. 
Caroline  St.  Crosses. 
Ann  St.  Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 

55  Henry  Hanson. 
87  Earl  F.  Landers. 

S7  Edward  G.  Brucker. 
90  John  H.   Brown. 

DUDLEY    AVENUE 

42     Rutger     to     Pleasant — 10th     and     12th 
Wards. 
1-2  Vacant  lots. 

3  John  "Welbon. 

4  Vacant. 

15  Vacant    lots. 

16  William  J.   Cahill.    •     ' 

17  Mary  E.   Gaynor. 
19  Mrs.  Mabel  Nye. 

24  Vacant  lots. 

25  Mrs.  P.  J.  O'Reilly. 

26  John    Marsden. 
28-30  Michael  "Wllbert. 
29  Daniel  P.   Becker. 

31  "William  H.  Falkner. 

32  Stephen  H.    Ellis. 
35  Charles   Deaner. 

35  Mrs.  Cornelia  C.  Manz. 

38  Byron  S.  Frisbie. 

39  Vacant   lot. 

40  Charles   E.   "Whitcher. 

40  Charles  C.  Birdsell. 

41  Mrs.   Maria  Williams. 

41  Harry  D.   Sprague. 

42  Bartholomew  Hanlon. 

43  John  Gau. 
43  Henry   B.    Porter. 

46  Barn. 

47  Arthur  J.  O'Hanlon. 

48  Edwin  A.  Burr. 
48  Frank  E.   Kinne. 
52  W.  D.  Jones. 

52  LaFayette  H.   Cummings. 

53  Edwin  S.   Butterworth. 


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55-57  Jacob  H.  Herman. 
54-56  Bruce  R.  McCahan. 
South  St.  Crosses. 

63  Charles  F.   Scharfe. 
65  "Vacant  lot. 
67  Mrs.  Ann  T.  Mooney. 
67  Frank  W.   Miller. 

70  "Vacant  lots. 

71  Peter  Wilbert. 

71  Charles  Wilkie. 

"72  Philip  Graff,  Jr.     ■  ' 

72  Mrs.    Catherine   Driscoll. 

73  Louis  Nardell. 

73  George  A.  Eaton. 

74  Henry  J.   Rolling. 

74  Frederick  M.   Mangang. 
")         75  George  "Wilkie. 

78  Michael   J.   Kinsella. 

78  "Warren  C.  Tracy. 

79  Henry  Wilkie. 

81  Vacant   lot. 

82  Rose  K.  Miller. 

83  Philip   Becker. 

87  Alvin  F.  Seyforth. 

88  Carl  B.   Jones. 
91  J.   Howell   Rees. 

91  George  M.  Wilske. 

92  Charles  H.  Walker. 
95  Alfred  B.  Young. 

95  Charles  B.  Shepherd. 

96  Mrs.  Louisa  Harrer. 
99  T.   Perry  Holland. 
99  Lillian  Moulter. 

100  William  F.  Tegtmeyer. 
100  Mrs.    Mary   Pinkney. 

103  Thomas  S.  Hooks. 

104  Paul  Fehr. 
104  Charles    Wing. 

Mortimer   St.    Crosses. 

106  Mathias  T.   LaRouchia, 
109  Henry  "W.  Schrader. 

109  Percival   A.   Sittig. 

110  Park  T.  Higgs. 

112  Vacant  lots. 

113  Sidney  A.   Glenn. 
113  Patrick  B.  Klnlry. 
115  Fred  J.   McNally. 

115  William  H.  Dunkerely. 

116  Louis  Hoen. 

117  Charles  B.  Zwahlen. 
-      117  Matthew  J.  McGrath. 

118  Charles  H.  Rlchter. 
122  Louis  Ruden. 

122  Edwin  "W.  Terwllliger. 
125  Edwin  Harris. 
125  David  D.  WUliama. 
161  Roy  A.   Palmer. 


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126  Willis  C.  Carr. 
126  Patrick  Eiffe. 
128  Ellis  L.  Ferguson. 

128  Vacant. 

129  Charles  W.  Lower. 

130  Mrs.  Mary  H.  Prendergast. 

130  John  A.   Fletcher. 

131  John  C.   Pishel. 

135  Patrick  McMyler. 
,136  Gustave  C.  Ulrich. 

136  Walter  X.  Howlan. 

140  William  A.  Voll. 

141  Mrs.  Mary  Doyle. 

141  Miss   Edna   Davis. 

142  Thomas  J.  Finn. 
145  Henry  C.   Schmalz. 

145  Mrs.  Maud  White. 

146  Agnes  Crane. 

146  William  R.  Humphrey. 

147  Emma  Brace. 

147  Charles  W.  Branday. 
147  Clarence   Desmond. 
Eagle  St.  Crosses. 
153  Vacant  lot. 
155  Margaret  Kinney. 
158  Edward   E.    Donohue. 
160  John  A.  White. 
162  Carl  F.  C.  Peters. 

162  Albert   Seelman. 

163  Hugh  D.  Evans. 

165  Mrs.   Mary  L.  Lewis. 
168  John  B.  Rogers. 

168  Wilford  C.  Burnham. 

169  Edward  J.  Grossmeyer. 
169  Charles  W.  Redner. 
171  William  J.  Roberts. 

171  Mrs.  Angeline  Sultenfuss. 

172  Henry  Hedderick. 
172  Jacob  J.  Werthman. 
175  William    Thomas. 

175  Jacob  Hedderick. 

176  Mrs.  Margaret  C.  Wickham. 
176  Adam   Reidel. 

180  Hans  Juergensen. 

180  Gustave  A.  Haensel. 

181  Henry   F.    Davis. 
181  Mrs.  Phoebe  Tibbits. 
183  John  J.  Owens. 

183  Frederick    J.    Murphy. 

184  Robert    L.    Allen. 
184  R.    David  Jones. 
187  David  G.  Owens. 

187  Hulbert  L.  Harvey. 

188  Robert   Altendorf. 
188  Charles  M.  Hasken. 

190  Vacant  lot. 

191  Mrs.  Augusta  Pfund. 

191  Mrs.  Mary  A  Hagan. 

192  John   S.   Carpenter. 
192  Floyd  Sausman. 

194  Julius  A.  Schultze. 

195  Samuel  W.  Mesick. 
197-202  Vacant  lots. 

Leah  St.  Crosses. 
209  Vacant  lots. 
206  Walter  Booth. 
206  William  G.  Rowe. 

209  William  H.  Williams. 

210  Wandello    LacelL 

210  Allan  S.    Pirnie. 

211  Thomas  A.  Horrigan. 

213  Vacant  lot. 

214  Philip  S.   Mittin. 

216  Fred  Glover. 

217  Ambrose  P.  Phelan. 

218-220  J.  B.  Wells,  Son  &  Co.'a  Ban. 
219  John    W.    Dugan. 
219  William  J.  Barry. 


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221  Frank    H.    Bahr. 
221%  Edward  J.  Meehan. 

222  Hugh  Jones. 

223  George    J.    Antes. 

225  F.  J.  Baker. 

226  John   L.    Evans. 

226  Abner  S.  Youlen. 

227  Robert  C    Thompson. 

227  John  Antes. 

228  Henry  McDermott. 

231  Vacant  lot. 

232  Mrs.  Edward  Clair. 
,           232  Andrew  S.  Clair. 

232  Mrs.  Hattie  A.  Taylor. 
Square  St.  Crosses. 

236  Harry  "W.  Bolles. 
23S  Earl  O.  Cookinham. 
240  Catherine  Duffy. 
240  Griffith  W.  Griffiths. 
242-246  Vacant   lots. 
245  Frank  W.  Dressel. 
245  George  N.  Mitchell. 
247  Fred  M.   Schell. 

247  Ida  Miller. 

248  Solomon  Williams. 

248  Thomas  J.  Roberts. 

249  Charles  D.  Greer. 

24S  Mrs.    Elizabeth   Lumley. 
251  John   Keinz. 
252-254  Vacant   lots. 

255  Leonard  Ullrich. 

256  James  Bean.  .  I 
260  John  W.  Clark. 

260  Mrs.   Jeanette  Williams. 

261  George  A.  Hoke. 
264  William  C.   Marsh. 
266  Vacant. 

West   Shore    RR.    Crosses. 

268  Vacant  lots.  , 

275  John  D.   Weber. 
279  Peter  J.  Crouse. 

281  Joseph  A.  Bowne. 

282  David  Harris. 
284  Elmer  Hughes. 

•  285  Joseph  Lindacher. 
J      286  George  P.  Rowlands. 

286  Mrs.    Eliza   M.   Adams. 
Arthur  St.   Crosses. 

293  Fred  A.   Baker. 

294  William  H.  Goodwin. 
294  Vacant. 

296  Elmer  T.   Vaughn. 

296  John  C.  Boboy. 

297  Amelia  Alberding. 

297  Frank  Groff. 

298  Garfield  F.  Harrer. 
298  Thomas  Vaughn. 
300  John   A  Lloyd. 

300  James  A.   Slomaker. 

301  Margaret  C.  Brockway. 

•  301  William  Sinnott. 
304  Schuyler  Graham. 

304  Jacob    Knutty. 

305  Ignatz  Iffert. 
308  Arthur  L.  Lortz. 

308  Ada  D.  Lortz. 

309  Frederick  J.  Roth,  Jr. 
309  Rachel  Henry. 

309  Frank  Vaeth. 
311  Irving  Knapp. 
313  Henry  C.  Austin. 
315  Vacant  lot. 
317  Roger   T.    Jones. 
319  Maxwell  H.  Brown. 
.        319  Harry  L.   Nichols. 
321  Albert  H.  Crossmmn. 


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321  Frank  WUImott 
•izi  Peter  Gallagher. 
339  August  Hellar. 

341  Mrs.   Anna   McGuirl. 

342  Patrick  Casey. 
345  James   Simmonds. 
349  Vacant. 

349  Albert  J.  Hollaran. 
346-353  Vacant   lots. 
354  Fred  B.   Sanger. 

354  William  C.  King. 

355  John   Humann. 

355  Alfred  J.   Scott. 

356  Allen  C.  Olsen. 

356  Arthur  O.   Kingsbury. 

357  Vacant  lots. 
1  360  Vacant. 

365   Edward  J.  Barden. 
367  Frederick  Kratz. 
375  Eugene   M.    Pittman. 
375  Tlbert  Baye. 
377  John  H.  Newcomb. 

377  Thomas  P.  Bogert. 

378  Mrs.   Gertrude  Hollick. 
378  William  Hurlbut. 

385  John  Troxel. 
391  John  Erhardt. 

391  Walter  B.  Pedley. 

392  Henry  H.  Jones. 
394  William  Head. 

394  William   G.   Kingsley. 

395  Peter  Stegman. 

395  William  Hofsass. 

396  Owen  J.  Powell. 
396  Burton   L.   Ambrose. 

398  Samuel  W.   Ambrose. 

399  Henry  Cummlngs. 
400-402  Vacant  lots. 
401  Mary  Ferrill. 

401-403  Edwin    J.    Garland. 
404  George  H.   Hazzard. 

404  Christian  Betzinger. 

405  William  Roth. 
407  George  Clark. 

409  Makendre   J.    Beckwith. 
411  Duane  O.  Chapman. 
413  vacant  lot. 
James   St.    Crosses. 

416  William  J.  Branton. 

417  Harry    A.    Hillman. 

418  William  J.  Humphrey,  Jr. 
420  Vacant  lot. 

424  William  J.  Humphrey. 
424  Charles   H.   Lange. 
424  Jacob   Heneka. 
440  Charles    Reynolds. 
442  Albert   M.    Fllmore. 
444-470  Vacant   lots. 
472  Albert  J.  Gossin. 


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DIVISION  STREET— Continued 

474-482  Vacant  lots. 
484  Gilbert  Simmons. 
Pleasant  St.  Crosses. 

DWYER    AVENTJE 

Gilbert  to  City  Line,  Park  View— 8th  Ward. 

Utica  Pipe  Foundry. 
Mann  St.   Ends. 
Garland  St.  Ends. 
Hodge  St.    Ends. 
Grace  St.  Ends. 
Pitcher  St.  Ends. 
Plxley  St.   Ends. 

Willoughby   Co. 
Turner  St.   Ends. 

Hart  &  Crouse  Co. 

EAGLE    STREET 

315   Genesee  to  Tilden   Ave.— 7th,   8th,  12th 

and    13th    Wards. 
Park   Ave.    Crosses. 

1-5  Entrance    on    Park    Avenue. 
Kemble    St.    Crosses.  \ 

2  Vacant   lot. 

4  Herbert  G.  Jones. 

6  Dr.   D.   H.   Roberts. 

7  James   H.   Monroe. 

8  Delos    L.    Taylor. 

10  Mrs.  Sarah  E.  Hulbert. 

10  James    Willis. 

11  Arthur  L.   Frank. 
11  George  Griffith. 

11  Edward    F.    Doran. 

11  Joseph  T.   White. 

12  Evan   L.   Griffith. 
14  George  Kazanjian. 

14  John   McGuire. 

15  Dr.   Herbert   N.    Squier. 

15  Nurses'    Home,    Jessie   Watson. 
15%  Roger  B.  Kennedy. 

16  Lizzie    C.    Ralston. 

17  WUliam  H.   Roberts. 

17  Mrs.  Katherine  Buckley. 

18  Robert  McLellan. 
18  E.  L.   Griffith. 

19  John   F.   McCabe. 
20  Mrs.  Lena  Bach. 
20  Charles  L.  Knapp. 
Elm  St.   Crosses. 

21-23-25-27  St  Francis  de  Sales  School. 

22  John  P.  Bailey. 

22  George  J.  Bailey. 

24  Richard  Hughes. 

24  Mrs.    Thomas    Shrimp. 

24  James  Donaldson. 

26  Edward  W.   Leighton. 

28  Fred  S.  Scherer. 


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28%  William  Kuehnling. 
28%  William  S.  Hughes. 
29  Rev.  Daniel  Doody. 

29  Rev.  Walter  A.  Doyle. 

30  John  H.  McNally. 

30  Mrs.  Ida  Gale. 

31  St.  Francis  de  Sales'  Church. 
Summit  Place   Ends. 

32  Hattie  E.   Ulmer. 
32  Anna  M.  Clark. 

34  Dr.  George  A.  Armstrong. 
34%  Maria  S.   Phillips. 
36  John  H.  Campbell. 
38  Richard  Perlen. 

38  Katherine  K.  Couch. 

39  T.  Arthur  Brand. 

39  Vacant. 

40  Edward  T.  Trustan. 

41  Elizabeth  A.  Owens. 

42  George  Riley. 

42  Mrs.  Ellen  F.  Wade. 

43  John  T.  Cockerell. 
45  Rev.  William  Cooke. 

45  William  W.   Cooke,   Jr. 
4G  Anna  Richards. 

46  Mrs.  William  R.  Williams. 

47  Dr.  Frank  P.  Miller. 
Llnwood   Place    Ends. 

48  James  G.  Irving. 
50  Sarah  M.  Goebel. 

50  John   D.   Jones. 

51  Mrs.   Catherine  Hughes. 

52  Jay  Moshier. 

52  Christian  Luck. 

53  Fred  E.  Lewis. 

54  Mrs.  Julia  Dempsey. 

54  William  A.  Farrar. 

55  A.  Miles  McNamara. 

56  Ulrich  J.  Klix. 

57  Vacant. 

57  Henry   T.    Snyder. 

58  Frances   M.   Marrow. 
60  Susan  Doyle. 

60%  Henry  B.  Moore. 
60%  David  Jones. 
60%  William  P.  Joyce. 
Steuben   St.  Crosses. 

62  The  Helfert— 

John  A.  Helfert. 
George  C.  Helfert.' 
Josephine   Best. 
John  J.   Hallstab. 
Charles   L.    Taylor. 
Willia\n  Mortimer. 
A.    Jarvis   Campbell. 

63  John  D.  Keiser. 

65  John    DeGiorgi.         , 
65  George  Vosburgh. 
65  George  N.  Van  Tine. 
67  Edgar  B.   Brown. 

67  Charles   F.    Schmidt.  , 
West   St.   Crosses. 

68  Robert  W.  Prytherch. 
68  Floyd  L.  Brafnard. 

68  George  L.  Brayton. 

69  Vacant. 

70  Catharine  Steates. 
70  Eugene  E.  Halpin. 

70  Leon  J.  Stevens. 

71  George   F.    Leibel. 

72  J.  Garfield  Irving. 
72  William  F.  Denning. 

72  J.  Ward  Jameson. 

73  Edwin  F.  Garvin. 
73  John   Seeley. 
73  Adeline  DougalL 
75  Charles  F.  Fox. 


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EAGLE    STREET— Continued 

Miller  St.  Crosses. 

76  Emma  D.  Jones. 

77  James   O.    Edmonds. 

78  Adelphus  J.  Barber. 

79  John  M.  Rabenstein. 
Howard  Ave.  Crosses. 

81  John    J.    Hallstab. 
86  George  K.   Esmay. 

86  Robert  G.  Richards. 

87  Mrs.   Mary  Jamieson. 

88  William  Williams. 

88  James  Kite. 

89  Miss  Eliza  W.  Burdick. 
89%  Edwin  F.  Esmay. 

90  Elizabeth  L.  Owens. 

90  Anna  Lewis. 

91  William  Z.   Barr. 
Nellson   St.   Crosses. 

92  Engine  House,  Utica  Fire  Dept. 

93  Charles    H.    Bowers. 

93  Frederick   T.   Cockerill. 
95  Herbert  J.  Pond. 
95  George  C.  Russell. 

95  Joseph  Loftus. 

96  W.   Sherman  Jones. 

97  Joseph  Harvey. 
97%  Henry  T.  Bergen. 
99  M.   M.   Drew. 

Seymour  Ave.   Crosses. 

9S  Immanuel   Baptist   Church. 
101  Charles  Gibbon. 

103  Rudolph   J.   Martus. 
Dudley  Ave.  Crosses. 
Brinckerhoff  Ave.   Crosses. 

104  Vacant  lot. 

105  Henry   H.    James. 

106  William   H.   Longley. 

108  Vacant  lot. 

107  John   O'Brien. 

107  Fredericks   &   Schneider. 
107%   Joseph   R.   Wolff. 

109  John  F.  McCann. 
Ill  Christian  A.  Durr. 

Taylor  Ave.  Crosses. 

113  Adolph  H.  Tietgens. 
- — '    114  Lillian  T.  Harrer. 

114  William  Humphrey. 

115  Frederick   C.   Perl. 
_116  Vacant.. 

117  Joseph  Miller. 

118  Joseph  Wolff. 

119  Adam  Geer. 

120  James   Gray. 

121  William  J.  Quinn. 

121  Frederick  G.  Trftten. 
Conkllng  Ave.  Crosses. 

122  Anna  Tritten. 
122%  John  V.  tinsel. 

123  Michael  Doll  &  Son,  shop. 
127  James  E.  Rossiter. 

127%  Maurice  P.  Lynch. 

129  Otto  Wall. 
St.   Vincent  St.   Crosses. 

Clark-Davis  Coal  Co. 
West   Shore   RR.    Crosses. 

122%  Magnus  J.  Jaoobson. 

122%  Frederick  Yosl. 

124  Joseph  Carr. 

124  Harriett  F.  Williamson. 
126  Christian  Ortley. 
126  Frank  R.  Vaeth. 
128  Eugene   M.   Lasher. 

128  Vacant. 

130  Alice  M.  Price. 

130  Allen  Watches. 


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Mohawk    St.    Crosses. 

132  Frank   D.    Stetter. 

132  Frederick  D.  Stevens. 

134  Vacant. 

137  Mrs.   Alice   Chase. 

137  Michael  Casey. 

139  John   P.   Jones. 

141  Edward  F.  Dunn. 

142  Nettie  E.  Becklngham. 

142  William   G.   Dentz. 

143  Edwin   H.    Miller. 

144  Owen  L.  Evans. 

144  John  B.  Manchester. 
146  Mrs.  Mary  O'Connor. 
146  Arthur  Jones. 

145  George  W.  Halwig. 
148  Isaiah   Vosburg. 
154  John   G.   Kloster. 

154  Peter  H.  Witzenberger. 
156  John  Illingworth. 

156  John  H.  LaRue. 

158  Vacant. 
McQuade  Ave.   Ends. 
Leeds  St.   Ends. 

157  Charles  F.   Kuhn. 

159  Jacob  M.   Mauthe. 

161  Mary  Colgan. 

162  William  H.   Kirkwood. 
162  Fred  LaMore. 

164  George  M.  Winney. 

164  Leonard   Vosburgh. 

166  Albert  W.   SaundeTs. 

166  Arthur  Hagues. 

168  Albert    Davis. 

168  James  Kelly. 

172  Edward  J.  Geer. 

174  Frank  Geer. 

171-177  Vacant   lots. 
Kossuth  Ave.  Crosses. 
Hammond   Ave.    Ends. 

179  Vacant  lots. 

103  Fred    Whitman.    ' 
Webster  Ave.  Crosses. 
Jefferson  Ave.  Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 
Mllgate  St.  Crosses. 
Tllden    Ave.    Crosses. 

William  Roemer. 

EDWARD    STREET 

428    Varick    to    Schuyler— 9th    Ward. 

1-9  Vacant  lots. 

6  Frank  M.   Kennerknecht. 

S  Miller  Siddons. 
10  Mary   Thomas. 
11-17  West  End   Brewing  Co. 
12  Magdalena  M.  Roth. 
12  Fred  W.   Scholl. 
14  Arthur  Gbrey. 
14  Martha  Johnson. 


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MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHES.  HATS,  FURNISHINGS, 
SHOES  FOR  MEN  AND  BOYS 

Cor.  LaFayette  and  Seneca  Sis. 


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EDWARD  STREET— Continued  ( 

14%  Joseph  Overend. 
14%James    Murphy. 
16  William  Hersey. 

18  Edward  W.   Parker.  - 

19  Cooper  Shop  West  End  Brew  g  Co. 

20  Paul  Balduf,  Jr. 
22  William  Johnson. 
22  Earl  N.  Hughes. 

22  Abram  Van  Valkenberg. 
24  Gottlieb  Fassler. 
26  John  Endemann. 
26  Frederick  J.   Endemann. 
28  May  Eiseman. 
Wasmer  St.  Ends. 

39  Hattie  DePledge. 
39  Daniel  Donovan. 
41  Frank  Ziegler. 
41  August  Hensel. 
43  Henry  Warren. 
43  Christian  Hessel. 
43  Earl  Smith. 
43  Mrs.  Anna  Ketterer. 
43  William    Becraft. 
43  Arthur  Becraft. 

EHLERS     STREET 

Runs   Parallerto   W.   S.    RR.,   Near  Turner 
8th  Ward. 
/     Vacant   lots. 

ELIZABETH     STREET 

191   Genesee  to   Kossuth  Ave.— 4th,  5th,  8th 
and    10th    Wards. 

1-9    Kresge    5c    and    10c    Store. 
2-26  Grace    Church. 
8  New    York    Telephone    Co.     (Plant 
Dept.). 

10  Higgs  &  Costello. 

11  F.   W.   Sessions. 

12  Barney's  Livery  and  Garage. 
13-15  School  Board  Office. 

12  C.  I.  Disbrow. 
14  Sample  Room. 
16  Coram  Bros. 

16  Elizabeth  M.   Coram. 

17  Vocational   School. 
Charlotte  St.  Crosses. 

18-20-22-24-26-28  County  Court  House. 
19  Frantz  Inn. 
19%  Vacant. 

19%  Joseph  Ciana  &  Co. 
19-23     Paul     Building. 
First  Floor. 

100-102  James  H.   Merwin. 

100-102  William   E.    Seavey. 

104  C.  N.  Abstract  &  Title  Co. 


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105  Morgan   B.   Garlock. 

107  CJtica     Provident     Loan    Asso- 

ciation,   Inc. 

108  Henry  F.  and  James  Coupe. 
109-111  Sholes  &  Norton. 

110  Timothy   Curtin. 
112  Eugene  B.  Hastings. 

112  J.    Francis    Condon. 
Second  Floor. 

113  Fred  F.   Scanlan. 

201-205  New    York    Telephone    Co. 

(Plant  Dept.) 
201-205  New    York    Telephone    Co. 

(Engineers'    Dept.) 
206-208-210  Esser-Wright   Co. 
207  New  York  Telephone   Co. 
211-213  Barge  Canal  Office. 
212  Malvin  H.  Hubbard. 
Third   Floor. 

301  Vacant. 

302  William  F.  Coagley. 
302  Roger  B.  Kennedy. 
303-304  Oneida  Creameries  Co. 
305  Northrup,  Powers  &  Guile. 

307  Star  System  of  Sewage  Disposal 

308-310-312  School  of  Ry.  Signaling. 

309  W.  J.  B.  Williams. 

311-313  Warren  Bros.   Co. 
21  Colonial  Art.   Co. 
21%  Vacant. 

23  J.   B.   Norton  &  Co.,  Inc. 
25  Hope  Chapel. 
27  Vacant. 

27  Louisa   &   Cornelia  Tyrell. 
27  Vacant. 

29  Philip  Raab. 

29r  William  Duvelow. 

30  Patrick  T.  Fitzgerald. 

30  William  Green. 

.     31  Walter  A.  Biggs. 

31  Barney  Jacobson. 
31%  Julius  M.  Jacobson. 
33  Kilkeny  &  Buckley. 
33  Elizabeth  Lavender. 
34-36  Sylvester   Johnson. 
38  Charles   T.   Bunnell. 
37-39-41-43  Central   Fire    Station. 
40  Philip   Galinsky. 

Burnet  St.    Ends. 

42  44  Richards  &  Son  &  Co. 

45  George  H.  Chase. 

46  George  Kaufman. 

47  Lynn  H.   Curtis. 

48  Vacant  lot. 

49  John  Buckley. 

50  John  Deery. 
50  Thomas  Riley. 

50  Fred  R.  Fonasch. 

51  George   Burke. 
John  St.  Crosses. 

52  Thomas  S.  Kelly. 

52-56  Oneida   Historical    Society. 
55  Alice  Kernan. 

67  William  Kernan. 
Academy  St.   Ends. 
Park  Ave.  Crosses. 

Chancellor  Square. 
58  Austin  W.  Bender,  M.  D. 
58  Edward  E.  Clark. 
58  Palmer-Singer  Agency. 
60  Mrs.   Leah   Shoblnsky. 
62  Elizabeth  B.  Kernan. 
First  St.   Crosses. 

Chancellor  Square. 
64  Ann  Barney. 
66  Vacant. 

68  Charles  H.  Williams. 


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233  ' 


ELIZABETH   STKEET— Continued 

70  Wiliam  H.  Owen. 
72  William  J.  Abbott. 
Kent  St.   Ends. 

74  Mrs.   Mary  A.   Quinn. 
76  George  H.  Rundell. 
78  Mrs.  Sadie  Thomas. 

75  Mrs.  Mabel  Mahon. 

80  John  Racioppa.  -' 

80  John   Castelli. 

80  Louis  Fortunate. 

82  John  McCracken. 

84  Louis  Damore. 

84  Felix   Stepello. 

84  Frank   Paridono. 
Second  St.   Crosses. 

85  Pietro   Buccina. 

86  Vacant.      . 

87  Rafaele   Serattore. 
8S  Vacant. 

89  Peter  Sbarra. 

89  Alfred  Bertolino. 

90  Antonio  Mabile. 

91  Tomaso  Dastoli. 

92  Vacant. 

93  Mrs.   Irene  Test. 
•93  Rafaele  Precoppio. 

94  Maria  Macchia. 

95  Tomaso  Fara. 

95  Joseph  Peparato. 

95  Eene  Scalici. 

96  Frank  Macchia. 

96  Samuel    Moore. 

97  Vacant. 

97  Tony   Collea. 

97  Guetaino  Mario. 

98  Pietro  Racita. 
Montgomery   St.    Ends. 

98%  Pietro  Racitti. 
100  Antonio   Liquorie. 

100  Nick  Martello. 
100%  Carlo  Camelo. 
100%  Luciano  Recupero. 

101  Frank  Caledonia. 

101  Giuseppe  Salerno. 

102  Gaetano  Gallimo. 

102  Frank    Gallimo. 

103  Ferdinando  Bacherilia. 

104  Louis  Zammiello. 

104  Emilio  Mastro. 
^03  Carmine  Aurigema. 

105  John    Aurigema. 

106  Joseph  DePerna. 

107  Paolo  Rizzo. 

108  Giuseppe  Citere. 
10S  Antonio  De  Rossa. 

109  Vincenzo  Scala. 
109  Alphonso  Leoni. 

109  Fortunato  Martrangelo. 
109  Michele  Florentine 

109  Mike    Cristofero. 

110  Vincenzo    Canistra. 
110  Francesco  Sacco. 

110  Domenico  Mazzeo. 

111  Tony  Lachima. 
-    Ill  Antonio  Mosca. 

111  Alberto  Aiello.  , 

112  Aneglina  Bonanzo. 

114  Luigi  Sorrentino. 

115  Frank  Siminaro. 

116  Eugene  Lippacher.  v 
Third  Ave.  Crosses. 

""117  Rocco  Dapice. 

117  Frank  Mandla. 
117  Joe  Piluso. 
118-120  Vacant  lot3. 
119  Carmine  Scala. 


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119  John  Scala. 
119  Rosario  Rabice. 
119  Vincenzo  Fioro. 
119%  Jerry  Nudo. 
121  Raffaelo  Scala. 

121  Andrew   Scala. 

122  Giuseppe  Ciechelin 

122  Frank  Notariana. 

123  Rocco  Dolce. 

124  Abdallah   Ballamah. 
124  Wehl  &  Scala. 

124  Scala  &  Cavallo. 

125  Vacant. 

125  Luca  Azzarito. 
125%    Vincenzo    Grosso. 
125%  Vito  Mole. 

125%  Vincenzo  Cannarella. 
125%   Henry  Benson. 

126  Antonio  Daniele. 
126  James   Daniel. 

126  Domenico  Benedetto. 
126  Santo  Gentile. 

126  Luiggi  Aiello. 

127  Antonio  Ferraro. 
127  Frank   Bertuga., 
127  Luigi    Scalici. 
127  James  Saldino. 

127  Peter  Gordan. 
127%  Joseph  Critelli. 
127%  Philip    Grande. 
127%  Philip  Pandolfa. 
127%  Frank  Siminaro. 
127%  Joseph  Galtano. 

128  George  W.  Shippy. 

129  Nicola  Cardinoli. 
129  Pietro  Panella. 
129  Senatro-Albano. 
129  Frank   Palmieri. 
131  Louis  Paloni. 

131  Frank  D.   Guiseppe. 

131  Leonardo   Sinisgalli. 

132  Tomaso  Gigliotti. 
132  Manuel  Gigliotti. 
132  Ilario    Corabi. 

132  Domenico  Sciartino. 

132  Luigi    Gigliotti. 

133  Pietro    Dorando. 

133  Diomete  Moscati. 

134  Mrs.  Johanna  Leonard. 

135  George  J.  Tunt. 

135  Mrs.  Bridget  Fox. 

136  John    Serra. 

136  Carluccio  Acierno. 
136  Bartalo  Ballucio. 
136  David  Simmons. 

136  Beny   Di   Bernardo. 

137  Vacant  lot. 

138  Alessandro  Palozzl. 

138  Mike   Bronte. 

139  Antonio  Scala, 


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ELIZABETH   STREET— Continued 

140  Joseph  Dl  Schiaro. 

140  Feleno   D'Arcuso. 

141  Bartholomew  J.   Winslow. 

141  Fred    P.    Kilfoil. 

142  Joe  Ancoring. 

142  Sam  Kullry. 

143  Vacant  lot. 

144  Joseph  Coleo. 

144  Pasquale  Crellico. 
Mohawk  St.  Crosses. 

145  Mrs.  Thomas  G.  Ealy. 

145  Mrs.   M.   O'Connor. 

146  Amin  George. 

146  Louis  Marrone. 

147  Frank    Centolella. 
149  Guiseppe  Panza. 
147%  Sereno  Orlando. 
147%  Joe  Centolella. 
147%  Luigi  Centolella. 

148  Joe   Aucare. 
148%  George  Mason. 

149  Frank   Cavaiola. 
149  Francesco  Rega. 
149  Filippo  DiGiorgio. 
149  George  De  Dio. 

149  Joseph  Natiello. 

150  Domenico  Caledonio. 

150  Roberto   Pollia. 

151  Vacant. 

152  Dominick  Zammiello. 

152  Enrico  Diperno. 

153  Sam   Zogby. 

154  Dominick  Bello. 
154  Joseph   Carmato. 

154  Nicola  Margiotta. 

155  Herbert   Kilborn. 

156  Philip  Decesere. 
156  Leonardo   Marrone. 

156  Salvatore   Saporito. 

157  Charles  Appel. 

157  Mrs.  Caroline  Appel. 

158  James  Rosa. 

"158  Francesco    Naconianna. 

159  Gabriele    Framia. 
159  Ferdinado  Donato. 

159  Mike   Puguzia. 

160  Felice   Graziano. 

160  Felippo  Arcuri. 
160%  Michael  Pelletieri. 
160%  Salvatore  Diorio. 
162  Mrs.   Mary  Foster. 

162  Mrs.  Frederlca  Down. 
Albany  St.  Crosses. 

161  John  La  Bella. 

163  Joseph  Bianco. 

164-174  St.  Louis  Canzaga  Church. 


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164  Rev.  Louis  Lotair. 

165  Gaetano   Coloslmo. 
165  Fortunato  Cappo  Zelli. 
167  Charles  McAbery. 

158  Columbia   Towel    Supply   Co. 

169  Howard  Closson. 

170  Elizabeth   Palmer. 
170  Leroy  Palmer. 

170  Thomas  Pearson. 

171  Edward  F.  Donahue. 
Hubbell   St.    Ends. 

172  George  H.  Bellinger. 

173  Frederick  Otto. 

174  Charles  J.  Leonard. 

175  William  F.  Slade. 
Vacant  lots. 

177  Elida  M.  Kennerly. 

179  Rev.  C.  M.  Dodge. 

180  A.   Holland  Van  Vorst. 

181  George  S.  Hughes. 
1S2  John  D.  Dowd. 

183  Eugene  Simmerer. 

184  John  W.  Kinne. 

1S5  Mrs.   Elizabeth  Aken. 

186  Thomas  F.   Conboy. 

187  James  H.  Loftus. 

187  William  Jones. 

188  Charles  R.  Fay. 

1SS  Mrs.  Laura  H.  Read. 

189  Emily  C.   Merwin. 
189%  Margret  Dowdle. 

190  Charles  H.  Swift. 

191  George    J.    Morath. 

192  Vacant  lot. 

'193  Joseph    Defazio. 

194  Frank  H.  Wilkins. 

195  Evelyn  M.   Smith. 

196  H.  Andrean  Smith. 
196  D.  Leroy  Saunders. 

196  Stephen   Cox. 

197  Frank  CaudTe. 

197  Thomas  J.  O'Brien. 

193  Catharine   D.    McCall. 

198  Gordon  Young. 

199  Joseph  F.  Cobb. 

200  Mrs.  Eli  S.  Thayer. 

200  Robert  McCarty. 

201  Alexander  Gunn. 

202  Agnes  Lacey. 

203  Peter  J.   Scholl. 

204  Wallace  Johnson. 

205  Mrs.   Edward  J.  Henry. 

206  Jeremiah  Cloonan. 

207  Vacant  lot. 

208  Mrs.   William  Andrews. 

209  Vacant. 

209  Frank  L.  Amrheln. 

210  Henry   Prime. 

211  Maurice  Elliott. 

212  Albert  C.  Wiswall. 

213  John   Mortimer. 

214  Richard  Poynton. 
216  John  English. 

Kossuth   Ave.   Crosses. 
225  Henry  M.   Kelly. 
225  George  H.   Will. 
218  Arthur  W.  Shackford. 
227  Patrick   Finn. 
227  John    C.    Dillon.     ' 
220  Elmer  N.  Kane. 
220  Mrs.  Alice  O'Connor. 
229  Henry  A.  St.  John.    ' 
229  Henry  Struve. 
229  Michael  J.  Cecora. 
231  Frank  Fuller. 
224  Michael  McMahon.        - 
231  Mrs  Winifred  Lynch. 
224  Alfred  J.   Ireland. 


UTICA    CITY    [1913]    STREET    DIRECTORY 


235 


ELIZABETH   STREET— Continued 

224  Mott  E.   Merrill. 
226  Thomas  H.   Piatt. 
226  Bert  McMullen. 
226  Thad   Sutphen. 
232  James    E.    Hart. 

232  Mrs.    Margaret   Evans. 

233  Mrs.    Ellen    Ashcroft. 

233  Frank  McCoy. 
228  William   Ciemo. 
228  Nicholas    Forte. 
230  Henry  H.  Avery. 

234  Mrs.  Gertrude  Coughlin. 

234  Leon  V.  Fisk. 

235  Henry   K.    Preston. 
235  Vacant. 

235  Frank  M.  Stanton. 
237  Katherine    Dowling. 

237  Mrs.  Margaret  Sweeney. 

239  Andrew  Conrad. 
241  Frederick   Platler. 

241  Willard  D.   Griffiths. 
243  Frederick    Duffy. 

243  George  J.  Goodlander. 

236  James  Riley. 
236  Philip  Zeiter,  Jr. 

238  Mary  Frisbie. 

238  Harry  M.   Jennings. 
245  Mrs.  Bertha  Mehring. 

245  William  F.   Down. 

240  Patrick  J.  Charles. 
240  William  Donohue. 
247  Frank  W.   Duross. 

247  John  G.  Buckley. 

242  Pimpila    Palemeieno. 
249     Frank  B.   Connor. 
249  Wm.   G.   Hills. 

244  Sidney  Beekman. 

244  Mrs.  Nellie  Fitzgerald, 
251  Catharine    Nolan. 

246  Adam  Kroneis. 

248  Joseph  Leddy. 
248  John   Bankert. 

.  .    252  David  Lynn. 
254  Jacob  Harris. 
254  Alex.  W.   Sweezey. 
256  W.  Gorton  Metcalf. 
258  Guy  Parker. 
Nichols  St.  Crosses. 
Cor.  vacant. 

ELLA/STREET 

(Sometimes    called    Ellen    St.) 
Baker  to   Oneida— 7th   Ward. 

New   Houses    Being   Constructed. 

ELM    STREET 

172/2    Park    Ave.    to    Pleasant— 7th    Ward. 
1  Edward   E.    Roberts. 
1  Hugh   Hughes. 
1  "Vacant. 

3  Giles  A.    Geer. 

4  Thomas  Gray. 

5  Delbert  A.    Dillenbeck. 

5  Howard   I.   Conkling 

6  Barn. 

1  Matthew  M.   Kelley. 

8  James   E.    Reagan. 

9  William  S.  Danquer. 
10  Philip  C.  Mowers. 

10  Richard  Williams. 

11  William  S.  Bacot. 

11  R.  Wainwright  Bacot 
11%  Edward   P.    Ryan. 

12  Henry  Zoeckler. 

14  Vacant. 

15  George  B.  Jaklon. 
Eagle  St.  Crosses. 


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16  George  H.    Edgar. 
16  Fred  Graham. 

18  Vacant  lot. 

19  Edward   B.   Hickey. 

20  Vacant. 

20  Mrs.  John  P.  Gates. 

21  Frank  S.  Hills. 

21  Bessie  Lewis. 

22  John  J.   Gengel. 

23  William  Rudd. 

23  Frank   J.   Welpe. 

24  Thos.    C.   Hickey. 

25  Patrick  H.  Finnegan. 
Louisa   St.    Begins. 

26  Frank    T.    Werthman. 
26  Raymond  A.   Pickard. 
2S  Mrs.    Mary   Mclntyre. 
28  Mrs.   Alice   K.   Griffiths. 

28  Stephen   D.    Evans. 

29  Sidney  P.  McMaster. 

29  Mrs.   Mary  Clair. 

30  Geo.   C.   Owens. 

30  Jacob  Greender. 
30%  John  E.  Owens. 

30%  Wallace  E.  Ringleka. 

31  William  W.  Nightingale. 

31  Mrs.  Mary  Mooney. 

32  Michael    Daley. 

32  Harry   Rycroft. 

33  Katherine    Meyers. 

33  Charles  J.  Hand. 

34  Mrs.     Theresa    Ulrlch. 

34  Mrs.    Sarah    Brigham. 

35  Elizabeth   M.    Hughes, 

35  Frank  Williamson. 

36  Lena  Held. 

37  Irving  Stroup. 

37  Mrs.  Nora  Sheehan. 

38  John    Muddeman. 

38  Henry   B.    McKowen. 

39  W.    E.    Davies. 

39  Elizabeth  J.  Williams. 

40  Philip    Callery. 
Leah    St.    Begins. 

42  Frank   Breitenberg. 
42  Mary  Lewis. 
44  Griffith  .Jones. 
44  Arthur  Coori. 
46  Silas  Owens. 
46  George   B.    Youngs. 
,        45  Fred  Zumbrun. 

48  Walter  L.   Kennedy. 

48  Vacant.  ^ 

49  William  J.   Shaughnessy. 
49  Henry    Gill. 

49  Alfred  BroadbenL 

50  Peter  E.  Dressel. 

61  William  H.  C.  Peckman. 

51  Rosalie    Glatt. 
51%  Philip  Koenlg. 


Tfl£ SWtMl SHOP 

MILLINERY 

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236 


UTICA   CITY    [1913]    STREET    DIRECTORY 


ELM     STREET— Continued 

63  Phillip  Koenig. 
£3  George  Mulligan. 
Hobart   St.   Crosses. 
57  Mary  Madigan. 

57  Albert  E.   Jones. 

58  Francis  Daley. 

58  Jeremiah    Buckley. 
Utica  Free  Academy. 

59  Robert   D.    Williams. 
61  Benjamin  Roberts. 

61  Mrs.   Margaret  Crandall. 
63  William  H.  Waters. 
63  Ernest    Bates. 
65  Leonard  A.  Waters. 
67  Mrs.  Louisa  Hodgson. 
69  Vacant. 
71  John  Martin. 
71  George  H.  Schug. 
Gold  St.   Begins. 

73  John  J.  Carey. 
73  Meredith  G.   Ford. 
73  Mrs.   Mary  Lawson. 
75  Edward  Hughes. 
77  Mrs.  Ann  Morley. 
79  Charles  F.   Khun. 
79  Hugh  D.   Farley. 

81  John   Agen. 

82  Philip  Vaeth. 

82  William   Somerville. 

83  John   J.   Edgar. 

82  Mrs.    Mary    Hamberger. 
Union  Ave.   Begins. 

82%   Ralph  W.   Carlisle. 

83  Walter  Lane. 

84  William   J.    Blanch. 

84  Clifford   S.    Servatius. 
84%  Andrew   Brown. 

84%  E.   LeRoy  Woolworth. 

85  William  R.  Hughes. 

86  Mrs.   Odele  Vaeth. 
86  Jeremiah   Slack. 

88  Mrs.  Alice  Bannigan. 
8S  Anna  E.  Collins. 

s    89  Frank    Miller. 

89  Fred   C.   Heinrich. 

90  Charles  Bateman. 

90  Owen   McKenna.         , 
91%  Samuel    Hill.     ' 

92  Charles  A.   McNally. 

92  Harry   Townsend. 

91  George    F.    Carpenter. 

93  John   Klein. 

94  John   W.    Hein. 

95  Valentine  Huther. 

95  John  Eisenbach,  Jr. 

96  John  F.   Toomey. 


sHARDCASTLE&CO. 

IREALESWESlfetlRANCE 

^ARCADE  BlCG£ho*e569' 
RES.N.Y.MILLS. 


Grove   Place   Crosses. 

97  Mrs.  Margaret  Nurney. 

97  George   J.    Weilhamer. 

98  William  C.   Campbell. 

99  Cornelius    Roberts. 

100  John   M.   Albright. 

101  Harlan  G.  Newcomer. 

102  George    L.     Gerling. 

102  Clarence    Allen. 

103  Alfred   T.   Kirkland. 
103%  James  F.  Hubbel. 

104  John   G.    Rieben. 

104%  Mrs.    Alice   L.    Williams. 

105  John  W.  Pacey. 

106  Charles  J.   Amrhein. 
106%   Hugh   Hughes. 

108  Walter    Robbins. 
108%  John   G.    Beltz. 

110  Chas.    E.    Henry. 

111  Gilbert   D.    Cramer. 

111  Joseph   M.   Roth. 

112  Vanness     Copeland. 

113  Charles   H.    Pfianz. 

115  August  P.  Lucas. 
115%  John  Gorman. 
115%  John  Riley. 

116  Dr.    Daniel   G.    Simmonda. 

117  Thomas   G.   Jones. 

118  William   F.   Johann. 
118  Walter  J.  Jones. 
118  Henry   G.    Sturges. 

-    119  Mrs.   Elizabeth  Nicholson. 
120  Vacant. 
120  Vacant. 

120  Dr.   E.   J.    Stephens. 

121  Horace   W.    Harrington. 

123  P.  J.  Murphy. 

124  William   M.   Kneaskern. 

124  Frank  Klein. 

125  Hugh  A.  Williams. 

125  Morris  M.  Williams. 
Addlngton    Place    Begins. 

126  William  H.  Lochner. 
128  Chester  M.    Knight. 

128  W.   Arthur  Toung. 

129  Dr.    D.    C.    Dye. 

130  Arthur  B.   Thomas. 

131  Edward  Duffy. 

132  Isaac  N.  Roberts. 

132  Mrs.  Jane  Jones. 

133  Vacant    lot. 
134-138  Vacant  lots. 

135  Arnold   E.   Hamberger. 

137  Vacant  lot. 

13S%    J.    Willard    Griffith. 

138  George  A.   Damarath. 

139  Benajah   C.    Graham. 

140  George    Pascoe. 

140  Thomas  A.  Hale. 

140%  Mrs.   Margaret   Evans. 

141  John   A.    Long. 

142  John    L.    Fox. 

143  Milton   E.   Anstey. 

143  Mrs.     Mary    Williams. 

144  Mrs.   Agnes  Gahde. 

145  Frank  Riley. 

145  Johannes    Magendanz. 

145  Frank  Riley. 

146  Joseph  Kemper. 
146%    Patrick   McGuirl. 

147  Charles  W.   Haight. 
147%  Windsor  A.   Martin. 

149  Mrs.    Laura   Pflanz. 
148%   John  Walsh. 

148  William  J.  D.  Porter. 

150  Porter  J.  Laver. 

152  Henry  R.  F.  Graystone. 


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237 


ELM     STREET— Continued 

151  George  Roscup. 
151%  Harry  W.  Waiman. 
154  John    N.    Gerling. 

154  Thomas    A.    Fletcher. 

152  Thomas   F.    Clark. 

153  Herman    Gschwind. 
Lexington   Place    Begins. 

156  Nellie    Schuyler. 

156  Edward   F.    O'Connor. 

156  Mrs.   Ann  Jones. 

155  J.    William    Dent. 
155  Stanley  D.  Corlett. 
155  Ellen    Haliday. 
158  Harry  Demler. 

158  "Vacant. 

157  Douglas    E.    Shaw. 
157  William  A.  Douglas. 

159  Vacant. 

159  Vacant. 

160  II.   J.   Buckley. 

161  James   D.    Waters. 
161  Edward  J.   Fletcher. 
163  William   A.    Finlayson. 
163  Thomas   F.   Byrnes. 

James  St.  Crosses. 

165  Vacant  lot. 

166  Charles   E.    Benton. 

167  Vacant   lot. 

West    Shore    Railroad    Crosses. 

177  Watson  Williams   Park. 
176  Walter   J.    Callahan. 

Reagon  Place  Begins. 

178  Vacant   lot. 

180  Kenneth  -Macgillivray. 
182  Louis  II.   Lawrence. 
183-185  Vacant  lots. 
184  Walter  J.  Humphrey. 
187  Charles   M.   Newlove. 
189  Lou    Sherwood. 
186-194  Vacant  lots. 
193  Alfred   H.    Jay. 
195-213  Vacant   lots. 
196  Frederick  S.  Thomas. 
198  Vacant   lot. 
200  Edward   T.    Martin. 
'200  Frank    S.    Tucker,    Jr,  ' 

202  Alfred  J.   Lloyd. 
202  James  F.    Smith. 
204"  Jay  Frank  Rice. 
204%    Charles   Heaton. 
Boyce   Ave.    Begins. 

205  Edward  K^Baxter. 

205  Fred  Opper. 

206  Irving  D.    Sink. 
208  Joseph   L.   Roberts. 
210  Vacant. 

210  Homer  H.   Wicks. 
212  Joseph  Eislnger. 

212  Clifford  A.  Rockwell. 

213  Alfred  Helland. 

213  Nelson  E.  Wessels. 

214  Vacant  lot. 

215  George    E.    Rowlands. 

217  G.   John  Heinrlch. 

216  Peter  F.  Sheehan. 
216  William  Plummer. 

218  Carrie   M.    Newcomb. 
219-235  Vacant  lots. 

220  Fred   W.   Shiner. 

222  Hugh    L.    Burns. 

222  Mrs.  Mary  E.  Vedder. 

224  George  W.  Hessey. 
Elm   St.   Enda. 
Pleasant  St.  Crosses. 


EMIL  STEINHORST 

HETAL  CORNICE 
CEILING- SKYLIGHTS 
TIN&  SLATE  ROOFING 


123  SQUARE  ST.     PHONE  2580 

ELMW00D  PLACE 

Formerly    Reagan    Place. 
185    Elm    to    Steuben    St. — 7th    Ward — Left 
Side  Watson   Williams  Park. 
102  Frederick  J.    De   La  Fleur. 
104  James  D.   Kelley. 
106  Vacant. 
108  Robert  R.  Hughes. 
110  Harry   Ineson. 
112  William    C.    Milgate. 
114  Mrs.    Carrie    E.    Cook. 
116  Elsworth  F.  Coats. 
118  Edward  W.   Jones. 
120  Edgar   A.    Crawford. 
122  William    E.    Hughes. 

124  George   P.   Mott. 
126  Patrick    L.    Kelley. 
128  Henry   Delpho. 

ISO  Wesley  F.   Snyder. 
132  Mrs.    Mary   Snyder. 
134  Delos  S.   Chapman. 
136  Walter   E.    Lewis. 
138  J.    Daniel    Batchelor. 
140  Thomas  E.  Hart. 

142  Leslie  Rogers. 

144  Arthur  L.   Lockwood. 
146  Theodore   E.    Pittman. 

143  Ray   H.    Coulson. 
150  Leon  H.   Warren. 
152  Charles  N.  Gurley. 
154  Edward   J.    Hays. 

156  Charles  F.   Whitcomb. 
158  August   J.    Berg. 
160  Edward    O.    Widman. 
162  Edward  Bailey. 
162  Walter    H.    Milgate. 
164  Ernest   L.   White. 
164  Clifford   L.    Brockway. 
166  Fred  A.  Wilder. 
168  John   F.    Lee. 

EMILY    STREET 

Third   Ave.  to   East  Third— 12th   Ward. 

ERIE    STREET 

34   Schuyler   St.   to   Whltesboro— €th    Ward. 
1  Frank  Bremitler. 
2-20  Harrison  Gilmore  &  Son. 
3  Nine  Mile  Outing  Club. 

6  Barn. 

7  John   Appier. 

9  William    Maine. 
11  Vacant  lot. 
13  John  Martin. 
13  John   Courtney. 
15  Ellsworth    Wilkinson. 
17-19  Vacant   lots. 
21  John  Cole. 
23  Nicholas  Schrler. 


7H£  SmARlSHOP 

MILLINERY 


17  IUICIU  JT. 


238 


UTICA   CITY    [1913]    STREET    DIRECTORY 


MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHIERS  FOR  BOYS  AND  MEN 
FROM  HEAD  TO  FOOT 

Across  the  Street  from  Hotel  Utica. 


ERIE    STREET— Continued 

25  Jacob  W.  Schaub. 

25  Charles   Faass. 

26  Charles  Faass  &  Co. 

27  Barns. 

29  Andrew  Stemmer. 

29  Charles    Brockett. 

30  Emil  Georg. 

31  Andrew  Miller. 

31  Edmond  F.  Lockwood. 

32-36  Vacant   lots. 

33  Adolph   F.   Bremer. 

33  H.   H.  Howe. 

35-37  Barns. 

38  Vacant   lot. 

39  Alois  F.  White. 
Clinton    St.    Crosses. 

40  John   W.    Blankenhorn. 
40%Stanlaus    Karas. 

42  Henry  Hartlieb,   Sr. 

43  Russian   Polish   Church. 

44  Barn. 

48  Maple   Product   Co. 

49  William  Hoffman. 

50  Barn. 

51  Abraham  Jennings. 

52  Andrew  Hurstell. 
54  Emma  Schroeder. 
54  Geo.  F.  ,Laun. 

54  Fred   Snyder. 

53  Vacant  lot. 

55  Anna  Volkert. 

56  Edward   L.    Heckert. 

57  William   R.    Gwilt. 

57  John  Leitold. 

58  Magdalena  Roerig. 
,58  William    E.    Edwards. 

59  Mathew   Berry. 

59  John    G.    Helton. 

60  William  H.  Agne. 

60  Edward    S.    O'Connor. 

61  Edward  L.   Robards. 

61  Chris  Bodmer. 

62  Henry  Emden. 

63  Henry  W.  Bingel. 

64  Vacant   lot. 

65  Christian   Lambert. 

66  Joseph  Date. 
69  Anna  M.  Frank. 
68-78  Barns. 
71  Joseph  U.  Frank. 
71  James  P.  Harvey. 
73  Louis   P.    Laenger. 
75  Joseph   F.    Caldwell. 
75  Harry    Donohue. 
77  Mrs.    Mary   J.    Thompson. 
77  George  R.  Wood. 


vHARDCASTLE&eo. 

|REALtSTAlEilNSURAHCE 

/ARCADE-BLDG£hone569 
/   .RES. N.Y.MILLS. 


79  Vacant 

80  William  B.  Cox. 
82-88  Vacant  lots. 
83  Mary  J.  Martin. 
85  Joseph  Imhoff. 
85  Harry  Young. 

87  Fred   Pelaw. 
Jason   St.    Begins. 

91  Frank  J.  Hensel. 
89  Stephen  Kolaric. 

89  Hensel  Bros. 

90  Vacant. 

92  Louis  M.  Oster. 

93  Barn. 

94-96  Vacant  lots. 

97  Anthony  Hillebrand. 

98  Andrew  Kogut. 

99  Valentine  Schmalz. 
100-110  Vacant  lots. 
101  John    Haigis. 

101  John    Wingendorf. 
103  Vacant. 
103%  Anthony   HenseL 
103%  Peter  Kaston. 
105  Edward  A.   Hensel. 
105  Mrs.   Margaret  Hensel. 
107  Thomas  E.   Lynch. 
107  Martin  Troll. 
107%  Jacob  Frank. 
109  William  H.  Kauth. 
109  Michael  Stemmer. 
110-118  Vacant  lots. 
Ill  Julius    C.    Miller. 
Ill  John  B.  Beck. 
111%  Emil  G.  Hodinger. 
113  Anthony  Thomas. 
113  Henry  B.  Atkinson. 
Faass  Ave.   Begins. 

117  Mrs.  Pauline  Schuchardt. 

117  William  Wurth. 

119-139  Vacant  lots. 

118-120  The  Lewis-Weller  Mfg.   Co. 

122  Congdon    Renovating    and    Carpet 

Cleaning  Works. 
124  Barns. 

126  Star  Family  Laundry. 
128  McNlerney  Bros. 

140  Mutual  Box  Board  Co. 
Utica  Knitting  Co. 

Kernan  Ave.  Begins. 

141  Anthony  Andes. 
141  Albert  A.  Gray. 
143  Charles  E.  Mayer. 
143  James    Feam. 

145  George   Smith. 
145%   Edmond  Hughes. 
Andes  Ave.   Begins. 
147  Fred  Bechard. 

147  Alice  Emory.  ; 
149  William  J.   Smith. 

149  Oren    Grommon. 
Vacant  lots. 

148  Utica  Knitting  Co. 
151  Ezra   Sherman. 
151  John  A  Sherman. 

Winner  Ave.  Begins. 
Matthews  Ave.    Begins. 
Downer  Ave.    Begins. 
Kellogg   Ave.    Begins. 

201  Chas.  E.  Parkhurst. 

203  Vacant. 

205  John   Havens. 

207  Vacant. 

209  Vacant. 

211  Hugh   Cullen. 

213  William  H.  McCabe. 

215  Vacant. 


UTICA    CITY    [1913]    STREET    DIRECTORY 


239 


ERIE    STREET— Continued 

217  Vacant. 
219  Vacant. 
221  Charles    P.    Harrison. 
223  George  McWatters. 

Foster    Box     Board     Co.,     Junction 
Erie  and  Whitesboro  streets. 

FAASS    AVENUE 

Erie  to  490   Whitesboro — 6th   Ward. 
9  Catherine  Werdge. 
9  John  Venn. 
10  Theodore    G.    Hodinger. 

12  Frank  Foy. 

13  John  Schulz. 

16  Henry  Hutchins. 

16  William  D.  Tremblay. 

17  Peter  Arheilger. 

18  Vacant-  lot. 

20  August  Grabowski. 
20  Charles  A.  Radell. 
zl  James  Reed. 
22  August   Grabowski. 

24  Anna  Fohs. 

28  Nicholas  A.  Fox. 

25  Henry    J.    Schreppel. 

29  Jacob   Fassler. 

31  George  W.  Plopper. 

32  William  Snyder. 

35  John  Steinhauser. 

36  Minnie   Wilkins. 
36  Samuel  Olson. 

36  Robert  Davis.  * 

39  Vacant. 

39  Harry  Neal 

40  Barbara  Kessler. 
40  Albert  F.   Kessler. 
43  Edward  S.  Wengert. 

43  Edward   Frank. 

44  Jacob    Seifried. 
44  Ellen  Edwards. 

FAIRFAX   PLACE 

(N.   H  .Town).    Melrose  Ave  to  Sunset  Ave. 
2Morton  O.  Miller. 
4  Vacant. 
.5  Vacant. 
6  Charles   R.   Gorton. 

FAXTON    STREET 

431    Genesee    to    Oneida — 7th    Ward. 
2  Barn. 

4  Arthur  V.  Lynch. 

5  Nellie  J.   Faber. 

6  William  R.   Owen. 

7  Charles  P.   Clarke. 

8  Arthur  G.   Miller. 

9  Sophia   Jewett. 

10  Victor  B.  Lacher. 

11  Eugene  B.  Hastings. 

11  Dr.  Robert  E.  Hastings. 

12  Albert  C.  Gilbert. 

13  Esaias   T.    Fox. 

14  Vacant. 

15  Herbert  D.   Pitcher. 

16  Harold  H.  Murray. 

17  Walter  A   Stainton. 

19  Francis  P.  FitzSimons. 

20  John   Davies. 

21  William  Fraser. 

22  James   E.    Brewer. 

23  O.  Judd  McKeown. 

24  Pierce  Jones. 

25  Charles  P.   Gomph. 

26  Rev.   Lewis   Williams. 

27  Herbert  W.   Rendell. 
29  A.    F.    Spltzli. 

.     ,     29%  Mrs.    Margaret    S.    Embley. 
31  Dr.   T.   Fred   Warnes. 


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31  Anthony  J.   Moxon. 

32  Home   for    the   Homeless. 

33  Robert   V.    Ellis. 
33%  G.  Bartle  Mason. 
33%  Chester  C.   McQuade. 

35  Jesse   E.    Dodge. 
37  Harvey  H.   Wicks. 

39  Lewis  H.  Greene. 

40  St.  Andrew's  Church. 

41  Augustus    C.    McQuade. 

42  Sarah   M.    Jones. 
'   44  J.   Fred   McLean. 

FAY    STREET 

LaFayette  to   Warren — 6th    and   9th    Ward*. 
2  Charles  Parker. 

4  N.   Y.,    O.   &   W.   Ticket    Office. 

5  William    P.    Jones. 
Columbia  St.  Crosses. 

6  Regina  Reinhardt. 

7  Barn. 

8  George   Graff. 
10  John    Jones. 

1ft  Mrs.   Elizabeth   Foster. 
10%  Ignaz   Schoeller. 
12  Vacant. 

12  Alexander   Schmidt. 
12  Lawrence  Bennett. 

12  John  Dunmore. 

13  Lewis   H.    Dodge. 

14  Harry  Wilson. 

14  Charles  Armstrong. 

15  Job*   Moore.  • 

16  Charles   E.    Waters. 

17  Mary  Bailey. 

17  John   Xoenig. 

19  Patrick    O'Connor. 

19  Daniel   Kelly. 
Cooper   St.    Crosses. 

18  Zion's  Church. 

20  John  Dzieckciwski. 

21-23  Cotton  Mill  Warehouse. 
22  Herbert  Hobbs. 
24  Albert  Glizta. 
26  Vacant. 

28  William  H.  .Jones. 
28%  Margaret  Whitman. 
2S%  Grace  Bullard. 
Spring   St.   Crosses. 

30  Stanley  Stipprnley. 

32  Andrew    vaeth. 

32  Mrs.    Margaritha    Haberstock. 

34  Joseph    Elseman. 
34  Charles   Gerstener. 

36  Harry  Smith. 

36  Jacob   Hansmann. 
Court  St.  Crosses.  ' 

37  Cock   Culver. 

37  Bridget  Riley. 

38  Vacant   lot. 

39  Joseph    F.    Essel. 


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MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHES,  HATS,  FURNISHINGS, 
SHOES  FOR  MEN  AND  BOYS 

Cor.  LaFayetie  and  Seneca  Sts. 


FAY     STREET— Continued 

39  Alphonse   Lirot. 

41  Frank  E.   Bristol. 
41%  Henry   C.   Fincke. 

42  Albert  E.  Burton. 

43  Mrs.    Theresa   Lutz. 

43  Margaret  Clowminzer. 

44  Leon  Sambroski. 

44  William  Layzek. 

45  Edward   Ward. 

46  Joseph  F.   Hermann. 

47  Lines  J.  Letson. 

48  Vacant. 

49  Sophia  Canfield. 

50  John   Reece. 

51  Frank  Stevenski. 

52  Thomas  Domka. 

53  Pauline  Schultz. 
Evans    &   Edwards. 

Roberts  St.  Crosses. 

Stone  Yard. 
Bristol   St.    Begins. 

Stone  Yard. 
Stevens  St.    Begins. 

54  Miller   Motor   Truck   Co. 
Mohawk   Valley   Coal   Yard. 

55  Stanley  Psysaek. 

5S     Stanley  Pulthoraz. 
60  Mrs.    Eva    Koenig. 

FIRST     STREET 

N.    Y.    C.    RR.    to   41    Rutger— 1st,    5th    and 
10th    Wards.  > 

7-9  Morris   &    Co. 
Main  St.   Crosses. 

13  Hurd  &  Fitzgerald,  new  building. 
Broad    St.    Crosses. 

14  Robert  McCreary. 
16  John  J.  Bickley. 

Catharine   St.    Crosses. 

19  Lawrence  Agosto. 

20  Rock  Manze. 

20  Joseph   R.   Thibault. 

21  Vacant. 

21  Michael  Felitto. 

21  Frank  Mariro. 

22  Fred   Helmuth. 

23  Pasqual  Elefente. 

24  Charles  R.   Gorton. 
Erie  Canal  Crosses. 

25-27  Mohawk     Valley     Cap     Factory 
(Box   Shop): 
Jay  St.  Crosses. 

30  Schrier's  Machine  Shop. 

30  J.   Lewis   Jones. 

31  John  McClellan. 

32  Seward  Whitfield. 


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32  Joe  Dote. 

32  Baptist  Lease. 

33  F.  E.  Conley  Stone  Co.  (Blacksmith 

Shop). 

34  Amadio  Esposito. 

34  Joe    Lando. 

35  Mrs.    Catherine    McGee. 

36  Edward  J.   Kelly. 
Bleecker    St.    Crosses. 
Chancellor  Square. 
Elizabeth    St.    Crosses. 
Mary  St.  Crosses. 

43  Barnes   &   Buhl  Co. 

44  John  E.  Day. 

45  Steber   Machine   Co. 

45  J.    S.    Goodenow. 

46  Jersey  Ice  Cream  Co. 
Blandina  St.   Crosses. 

47  Patrick   Goode. 

47  Martin  McConnell. 

47  Leo  Krebser. 

48  Ellen    Mooney. 

49  George  V.   Olds. 

50  Frank    J.    Toomey. 
Lansing  St.  Crosses. 

51  Vacant   lot. 
52-53  Barns. 

54  William    C.    Jackson. 

FLORENCE    AVENUE 

Bacon  to  Rosemary  Ave. — 13th  Ward. 

,    Vacant  lots. 
9  Charles  J.  Peckham. 

11  Joseph  A.   Koehler. 

13  Albert  E.  Staley. 
15  George  E.  Staley. 
17  Vacant. 

FLOYD    STREET 

110    Canal    to    N.    Y.    C.    RR.— 2d    Ward. 
1-3  Vacant   lots. 

2  Mrs.    Abal   Ahrens. 
4  Fred  Wilkie. 

4  Joseph  Schi-emfp. 

5  John   Buschman. 
\B  Rosie  Turk. 

6  Frank  Mundel. 

7  Frederick  Pannick. 

8  Frederick   Groat,     '   . 

8  Frederick   Groat. 

9  Mrs.   Anna  C.  Walz. 
10  William  J.    Beil. 

10  Frederick  Touse. 

12  Peter  Laub. 

11  Christian  Walz. 

14  John  Gross. 

14  Michael   T.   Wise. 

13  Joseph   Nowak.  > 
13  John  Panczynski. 

FRANCES     STREET 

277  Lincoln  Ave.  to  6  Oswego — 11th  Ward. 

1  John  Haley. 

3  John   Grcigle. 

6  Peter  Gritowsky. 

6  Joseph  Cieslak. 

7  William   H.   Slaper. 
7  Charles  W.  Glatt. 

Henry    St.    Ends.  \ 

14-16  Emile  J.  Bermon. 
Klrkland  St.  Crosses. 

19  Ernest  L.   Greenbush. 

19  Charles   K.    Baker. 

20  Jacob   Friedlander. 

21  Vacant. 

21  Vacant 

22  Louis   D.    Robarge. 
22  Lawrence  Monahan. 

23  Patrick    Boyle. 


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241 


FRANCIS  STREET— Continued 

24  James  Callaghan. 

24  Mary  A.   Sullivan. 

25  Lewis  Kenyon. 

26  Ellen  Neisen. 
26  Alice  Burke. 

26  Patrick  F.   Mullen. 

27  Jacob  Samuels. 

27  Edmund   Dicten. 

28  Anton  Huisgen. 

28  Timothy   Butterworth. 

29  James  Neary. 

30-32  Francis  Street  School. 
31  Peter  C.  Merley. 

Barn.  I 

34  Stanislaus  Boganowicz. 
Plant  St.  Crosses. 

35  Vacant. 

39  John  W.  Lambert. 

40  Peter  Althausen. 

41  Vacant. 

42  John  W.   Manley. 

43  Arthur  Davis. 

44  Utica  Sanitary  Milk  Co. 

45  James  McCormick. 
Tracy  St.  Crosses. 

52  George  Grossbendt. 
52  William  E.  Riley. 
54  Ernest  Henkels. 

54  David  Pugh. 

55  Catherine  Brennan. 

55  Vacant. 

56  Frank  Brisson. 

56  Arthur   Bailey. 
5S  John    Walter. 
58  Wm.   Boehlert. 

57  Vacant  lot. 

60  Francis   B.   McCormack. 
60  George  Emerick. 
Noyes  St.  Crosses. 

62  Utica  Electric   Garage  Co. 

66  John   C.   Gilboy. 

67  Charles    Mayer. 

67  Mary  A.   Hoff. 

68  Vacant    lot. 

69  Fred  M  Tobin. 

69  K.   E.   Showalter. 

70  Jacob  P.  Takey. 
Mulberry  St.   Ends. 

72  Frank  J.  Conwa3-. 
72  Margaret  Collins. 
76  George  F.  Gossln. 

76  Fred  Neumann. 

77  Vacant  lot. 

78  Jane  Campbell.  -J 

79  Frank  P.  Ward. 

80  Mrs.  Sarah  Rothwell. 
80y2  Ida  M.  Savage. 

81  Vacant  lot. 

85  Carl  F.  Quinlan. 

86  Vacant  lot. 
Chestnut  St.  Begins. 

87  Michael  T.  Dowling. 

87  Frank  M.   Clark. 
87%   Vacant 

88  Vacant  lot 

89  Archie  H.  Johnston. 
_-      89%  Alice  B.  Robinson. 

91  Timothy  F.   Dillon. 
93  Margaret  Boyle. 

FRANKLIN    SQUARE 

Erie  Canal  to  158  Genesee — 3d  Ward. 
This  Is  the  junction  of  Hotel  and  Gene- 
see Streets  and  has  only  one  side. 
Devereux   Block. 

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Paul  W.   Schneider. 
48  The  Crist  Rubber  Co. 
48  Wald-Kendrick   Co.,  Inc. 

48  Miss  M.  M.  Drew. 

49  Hallet  &  Davis  Piano  Co. 

50  P.   F.   Darrigrand  &   Co. 

51  Vacant. 

52  Jones  &   Gurley. 

52  O.  T.  Gough. 

53  Federation   Supply  Co. 

53  Thomas  D.   O'Connor  &  Co. 

53  The  Directoyou  Co. 

53  Vacant. 

53  Dr.   Francis   P.   Cavallo. 

53  Thomas  E.  Ryan. 

53  George  R.  Fauntain. 

53  Wilson   Hinckley. 

54-59  A.    S.    &    T.   Hunter. 

56-57  Wicks   &    Greenman. 

FRANKLIN    STREET 

4  Broad  to  233  Bleecker — 1st  and  4th  Wards. 
1-3-5  E.    P.    Bailey   &   Co. 
1-3-5  Utica    Weekly    and    Daily    Ob- 
server. 
Catharine    St.    Crosses. 
Erie  Canal   Crosses. 
Jay  St.  Crosses. 

Carl  F.  Rupp. 

Athletic  Knitting  Co.  &  Utica  Hos- 
iery   Co. 
C.  H.  Yates  Co. 
Fulton  St.  Crosses. 

A.    Musselman    Candy    Mfrs. 

FREMONT  AVENUE 

Campbell  Ave.  to  South — Out  of  City  Limits 
Vacant  lots.  ' > 

FULTON     STREET 

Culver  Street  to  John — 4th  Ward. 
Central  Stables. 
Roberts   &   Norton. 
Brayton  Electric  Co. 
Franklin  St.   Crosses. 

Maynard  &  Fitch. 
William  D.  Giersbach. 

GARDNER     STREET 

Culver    to    Tllden    Ave.— 13th    Ward. 
Vacant   lots. 
51  Richard  Williams. 
51  George  E.  Stuber. 
Vacant  lots. 

GARLAND     STREET 

Ehlers  Ave.  to  Dwyer  Ave.,  Park  View — 8th 
Ward. 
Vacant  lots. 

GATES    STREET 

1018   Whltesboro   to    Erie  Canal— 6th   Ward. 
3  Mary  Lowery. 
3  Frank    Julian. 


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MAHER  BROTHERS 

EVERYTHING  THAT  BOYS 
AND  MEN  WEAR 

OPPOSITE  REW  HOTEL  5JT1CA. 


GATES  STREET— Continued  ' 

5  James  C.   Lowery. 

5  Irving  Harter.  \ 

7  Christ   A.    Each. 

7  Willard  A.  Jaskil. 

8  Arthur  Slater. 

9  John  H.  Fisher. 

9  Michael  Dabowolski. 
11  Charles  D.  Percival. 

11  Veronica  Price. 

12  George  Clute. 

12  William  J.   Humphrey. 

GENESEE     STREET 

Mohawk  River  and  runs  to  City  Line 
(Pleasant  Street) — 1st,  2d,  3d,  4th,  7th 
and  11th  Wards. 

2  N.  Y.,  O.  &  W.  Railroad  Depot. 
2  D.,  L.   &  W.   Railroad  Depot. 
2  Frank   Bradley. 
2  Thomas   McKennan. 
2  Westcott    Express    Co. 
6-10  Genesee  Hotel. 
12  Isadore  Marmelstein. 
12-14  E.  W.  Jones  &  Co. 
14  Sears   Automobile   &   Supply  Co. 
16-20  Vacant. 
22-24  J.  Homer  Fiscus. 
Whitesboro  St.  Ends. 
Bagg's  Square  Ends. 
Main  St.   Begins. 

27  Katherine  Winters. 
27  Fred  C.  Gray. 
27  Vacant. 

27  John  W.   Bebb  &  Co. 

28  Charles  H.  Kirkland. 

29  John  F.  White. 
29%  Jacob  Krohn. 

30  Wallace   B.   Wilcox. 
30  Miller  &   Fincke. 

30  Charles  B.  Mason. 
30  Carl  Frank. 
30  Herman  A.  Kulow. 
30  Henry  R.  Jones. 

30  S.  G.  B.  Seymour. 

31  Williams  &   Morgan. 

32  Joseph  Wineburgh  &  Sons. 

33  Edward   Curran's   Sons. 
34-36  Mitchell  &'  Thomas. 
35  Vacant. 

37  Julius  Wick. 

37  Deahna  &  McDonough. 

38  M.   J.   Normile. 
38  Hyman   Marwill. 
38  Charles  Redner. 

38  Charles  Ridding. 

39  Peter  J.   Robischon. 


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40  L.   Kayser  &   Sons. 

40  Union  Special  Machine  Co. 

40  Patrick  DriscoE. 

40  Samuel  Harrig. 

41  F.  A.   Cassidy  Co. 

42  J.    W.    Freshman. 

43-45  Moore,  Sheldon  &  Co. 

44  M.    Salzman   &   Co. 

46  John  D.  Greene  &  Co. 

47  A.  S.  Evans  &  Co. 

45  Electric  Lunch. 

49-51  Paris  Model  Cloak  Store. 
Mann  Building. 
First    Floor. 

1  Vacant. 

2-3  James  H.  McGarrity. 

4  John  R.   Baxter. 

5  Vacant. 

6  D.  B.  Simmons  &  Co. 
7-8  William  H.  Fitchard. 

Second    Floor. 

9-11  Mass.   Mutual  Life.   Ins.   Co. 

12  Charles    D.    Phillips. 

13  Empire  State  Mining  Co. 

14  H.    B.   Budding, 

15  Miss  S.  I.  Devine. 

16  Walter  A.  Wood,  M.  &  R.  M.  Co. 
Third  Floor. 

17  James  E.  Brewer. 

18  W.  G.  Stone  &  Son. 
19-22  Martin  &.  Jones. 

23  Gates  H.  Barnard. 

24  Dale  Engineering  Co. 
Fourth  Floor. 

25  Arthur  T.  Porteous. 

25  Philip  Giannettino. 

26  Royal  Typewriter  Co. 
27-28  C.  Lansing  Jones. 
29-30  Loton  S.  Hunt. 
30-31  Willis  H.  Weller. 
32-33-34-35  U.  S.  Marshal. 

Fifth  Floor. 

36-42Lewis,    Foley   &   Foley. 

43  Carlton  G.  Xowery. 

44  Vacant. 

45-46  Charles  A.  Talcott. 
Sixth  Floor. 

47  Standard  Brass  Mfg.  Co. 
48%   germinal  OSce. 

49  State  Supt.  of  Elections. 

50  Daniel  L.  Bowen. 

51-52   Brennan  &.  DeAngelis. 

53  Vacant. 

55-56-57  Stephen  E.  Babcock. 
Broad  St.   Begins. 

50  Stradling  Plumbing  &  Heating  Co. 

52  Sherman    &   Lacher. 

62  New  Hartford  Canning  Co. 

54  Horrocks-Ibbotson  Co. 

56  W.  C.  Rowley  &  Sen. 

58  W.    W.    Chamberlain   &   Co. 

60  Roberts  Hardware  Co. 

62  Utica  Clothing  Co. 

62  Philo   S.   Ashtcn. 

62  Geo.  D.  Heinrich. 

62  Tony  Sacchetta. 

62  Simon   Denofsky. 

62  Burtiss  &  O'Connor  Co. 

64  William    E.    Gray   Co. 

66  Twentieth  Century  Lunch  Room. 

66  James   W.    Watts. 

66  A.    B.    Raser. 

66  William  Riddiough. 

68  Earl  J.  Rogers. 

68  John  G.  Gibson. 

68  Mrs.    Mary    F.    Crane. 

69  Esmay  &  Daggett.  , 


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243 


GENESEE    STREET—  Continued 

69  Weaver  Building. 

1-2  Vacant. 

3-4  Charles  H.   Williams. 

5  D.  E.  Joynt. 

6  Willis  E.  Hibbard. 

6  Charles   S.   Hibbard. 

7  New  Forest  Cemetery. 

8  Boston   Merchandise   Co. 
9-10  Dr.  Isaac  Weinsteln. 

11  Chester  W.   Davis. 
12-13-14  D.  B.  Smith  &  Co. 

15  Burton  W.  Jones. 

16  Richard   A.    George. 

17  H.  J.   Smith  &  Co. 

18  Charles   M.    Bunn. 

19  George  M.  Weaver. 

20  Frank  M.   Black. 

21  Robert  „W.   Williams. 

22  Vacant. 

70  Commercial   Travelers'   Mutual  Ac- 

cident    Association     of    America 

Building. 
70  Millspaugh  &  Green  Co. 
70  M.   W.   Van  Auken. 

70  Frederick   H.   Gouge. 

71  Singer  Sewing  Machine  Co. 

72  Sagamore  Lunch. 

73  E.  T.  Fox. 

73-75  Second  National   Bank   BIdg. 
1  Vacant. 

2-3  Dickson  &  Eddy. 
4-5  Thomas   R.    and   Frederick   T. 

Proctor. 
6-7-8  Clifford  Lewis,  Jr. 
9-10  Merwin  K.  Hart. 

74  Walker  Bros. 

75  Second  National  Bank. 

76  Wolf  Bros. 

77-83  J.   B.   Wells   &  Son   Co. 

78  H.  H.  Butler. 

80  Herbert  H.  Klock. 

82  John  J.   Booth. 

84  Alfred  J.  Purvis. 

85  Bowne-Gaus   Shoe   Company. 

86  Kempf  Bros. 

87  Thomson,   Richards   &   Brady. 

88  G.  Will  Payne. 
88  Vacant. 

88  Frank  Humphrey. 
90  C.  Albert  Lochner. 
90  A.   Krohn. 
90  Libbie  E.  Gillett. 
91-93  First  National  Bank. 
91-93  Oneida  County  BanK. 
92  Ailing  Rubber  Co. 
Catharine  St.  Begins. 

94  U.   T.  K.   Pants  Co. 
96  Lankton,  White  &  Crocker. 
98  William   H.   Falkner. 
100-102  M.  Brayton  &  Son. 
,     104  Newark  Shoe  Co. 
106  Lynch  &  Kelly. 
109  Vacant 

108-110-112  Utica  City  Nat.  Bank  Bldg. 
First    Floor    occupied    by    Utica 

City  National  Bank. 
Wald's  Cigar  Store,  No.  3. 
B.  Fred  S.  Hone. 
B.   Barry's   Detective  Agency. 
11-16  New  York  State  Railways. 
18-19  Foster  &  Adams. 
21-29  New  York  State  Railways. 
25-26  T.  E.  Scott  &  Son. 
31-33  Pritchard,  Deecke  &  Lisle. 

34  Davies,  Johnson  &  Wilkinson. 

35  National  Loan  &  Discount  Co. 


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36  James  K.  O'Connor.      . 

37-3S  Swltzer  Stackhouse  &  Co. 

41  Joseph  Cohen. 

42-43  Bradstreet's     Mercantile 

Agency. 
44-43-46-47-48  Lynch,  Willis  & 

Titus. 
49  St.  John's  Orphan  Asylum  Build- 
ing Fund. 

51  Spencer  Trask  Co. 

52  Leicester   D.    Klous. 
53-54  R.  G.  Dun  &  Co. 
55  U.  M.  V.  Ry.  Co. 
56-57  Charles   G.   Irish. 
56-57  Seward   A.   Miller. 

58  Alexander  W.   Doolittle. 

5S  Frederick    G.    Harter. 

61-62-63  Prudential  Life   Insurance 

Co. 
65-66  Underwriters'    Association    of 

New  York  State. 
67  Troy  Public  Works  Co. 

67  John  J.  McGinty. 

68  Lawrence,    Barnum   &   Co. 

71  D.  N.  Crouse. 

72  Fruit  Dispatch  Co. 

73  Chenango  Light  &  Power  Co. 
74-75  Theodore  L.  Cross. 

76-77  Mutual  Life  Insurance  Co. 
78-79  A.  James  Eckert. 
81  Erwin  L.  Hockridge. 
82-83  Frederick   M.  .Calder. 
84-S5-86  Jones,  Townsend  &  Casey. 
87  John   T.   Buckley. 

87  William  R.   Goldbas. 

88  Samuel  Sloan. 

88  Thomas    L.    Wilder. 

89  Sylvester   Dering. 

91  Mohawk  Valley  Snippets'  Trans. 

Asso.  / 

92  North  America  Accident  Insur- 

ance Co. 

93  Edwin  H.  Risley. 
93  Risley  &  Love. 

94-95-96  Julius  T.  A.  Doolittle. 

96  W.  C.  J.  Doolittle. 
97-99    Linn    Kinne. 
Ill  Charles  V.   Schram. 
Ill  Democratic  Association. 
113  Vacant. 

114-118  Christian  Sautter. 
115-117  Martin  Building. 

10-11  Abelson  &  Llberman. 

12-13  Wm.   A.   Witherbee. 

14-15  Store  Room. 

20  P.  H.  Fitzgerald. 

21  John  Hancock   Mutual   Life   Ins. 

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22  Salisbury  Steel  &  Iron  Co. 

23  Frederick  J.  De  La  Fleur. 


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25  E.  K.  Edie. 

31-32  Vacant. 

23  Lister  Fertilizer  Co. 

34  M.    W.    Beeks. 

34  George  H.  Barlow. 

35-36  Frank    DuNoyer    Advertising 

Agency. 
41  W.  H.  Morton. 
41-42  Employers'   Asso.   of   Utica. 
43-44  Chamber  of  Commerce. 
45-46  A.    S.   Malsan. 
47  George   L.   Roberts. 
51  Underwood  Typewriter  Co. 
52-53-54  Fuller  &   Miller. 
52-53-54  William  A.  Matteson. 
55-56  Harvey  &   Stetson. 
60-61  J.  "William  Mackie. 
60-61  William  S.   Mackie. 
62  Vacant. 

63-64  D.,  L.  &  W.  Coal  Co. 
65  Vacant. 
66-67  Lotus  N.   Southworth. 

116  Edward   T.   Trustan. 

117  Henry  Martin  Co. 

119-121  Buckingham  &  Moak  Co. 

120  Men's  Toggery  Shop. 

122  Cookinham  &  Cookinham. 

122  Real  Estate  Exchange  of  Utica. 

122  O'Donnell  &  Boucher. 

122  John   W.   Hannon. 
Liberty   St.    Begins. 

123  Clarence   Trosset. 
123  George  Wankel. 

125  Tompkins-Coopernail    Co. 

126-128   Postal   Telegraph  Cable   Co. 

126-128  R.   T.    Stratton. 

127-129  Vacant. 

128  Legal  Rate  Loan  Co. 

128  Daniel    R.    Vernon. 

128  Vacant. 

130  Bridge  Cafe. 

131  Western  Union  Telegraph  Co. 
131  Evan  Davies. 

131  W.   D.  Jones  &   Son. 

132  The   Lloyd   Lighting  Co. 
132  Hugh  D.  Farley. 

132  Genesee  Real  Estate  Exchange. 
132  Mohawk  Engraving  Co. 
Erie  Canal  Crosses. 
131  Vacant. 
131  Philip  Becker. 
131  Vacant. 
131  Employees'   Mut.    Benefit   Asso.    of 

U.  &  M.  V.  Ry.  Co. 
131  Republican  League. 
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131  The  Aeolian  Club. 

133  Utica  Rubber  Works. 

134  The   Gem   Jewelry  Co. 

135  David  S.  Foster  Sons  &  Co. 

136  George  Ehrsam. 
137-139  Bush-Smith   Co. 

138  Harrison  Gillmore  &  Son. 
138  Max   Seifert. 

140  Jeremiah  Gomph. 

141  The  W.  L.  Douglas  Shoe  Co. 

142  John   Lampros. 

144  Edward  D.  Fitzpatrick. 

144  (Basement)  Devereux  Barber  Shop. 

144  Bohemian  Pool  Room. 
134-144  Devereux    Block. 

William    D.    Lyon. 
Kernan  &  Kernan. 
E.  F.  &  J.  S.  Kernan. 
Stephen  M.  Weld  &  Co. 

Franklin    Harrington. 
E.  T.  P.  Club. 
Phi  Delta  Sigma  Club. 
Aeolian  Club. 
John  D.   Collins. 
Arthur  G.  Kilmer. 

Charles    H.    Meyers.  , 

Franklin  Square   Intercepts. 

143  Shaughnessy  Bros. 

145  John  L.  Grant. 

147  Askin  &  Marine  Co. 
143-147  Arcade  Building- 
First  Floor— 

101  Vacant. 

102  Vacant. 

103  Vacant. 

104  U.   S.  Recruiting  Office. 

105  Remington    Tvnewriter    Co. 

106  Gold's. 

107  Vacant. 

108  Dr.  Arthur  H.  Lee. 

109  Bradley  &  Co. 

109  A.   W.  Pringle. 

110  State   Brokerage   Co. 

111  Herbert   D.   Pitcher. 

111  Dayton  Roth. 

112  J.  W.   Rayhill. 

113  E.  &  F.  E.  Lewis. 

114  Peter  W.   Sitterly.  * 

114  W:  E.  Head  Co. 

115  George   E.    Dennison. 

115  C.  Vernet   Smith. 

116  J.  T.  Evans. 

117  fiVilliam    H.    Weston. 
117/George  A.   Reynolds. 

117  Charles  H.  Hastings. 

118  DeL  P.   White. 

118  Syracuse    Trust   Co. 
119-120  H.  W.  Booth. 
119-120  Michael  Raehm. 
119-120  Factory  Merchandise  Co. 
Second  Floor— - 

202  Agricultural      Dept.      State     Of 

New  York. 

203  Mrs.  M.  N.  Schuyler. 

204  William  D.  Jones. 

205  H.  V.  D.  Horn  &  Son. 

205  J.  H.  Lamb. 

206  John  W.  Boyle. 

207  Wanamaker  &  Brown. 
i07  Edward   H.    Jones. 

,  208  National  Window  Cleaning  Co. 

208  Hardcastle  &  Co. 

209-211  Agne,      Rushmer     &     Jen- 

nison. 
209-211  Utica  Construction  &  Realty 

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210  George  M.  Speaker. 


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212  Merchants'   Legislative  League. 

213  L.  M.  Algase. 

214  Paulson  Linkrum  &   Co. 
214  Frank  J.  Hopple. 

214  D.  A.  Sylvester  &  Co. 
216  Sexton-Campion  Co. 

216  "William  S.  Blawis. 

215  Vacant. 

217  Raymond  A.   Foster. 

217  William  M.  Lawton. 

218  Vacant. 

219  George  N.  Smith. 

220  United    Brick   &    Clay   Products 

Co. 

220  E.  "W.  Hinkston. 

221  William  E.   Brown. 

222  Francis  K.  Baxter. 

223  Vacant. 

224  Harry   S.   Patten. 

224  "William   A.    Douglas. 
225-227  Utica   Directory  Pub.   Co. 
225-227  Benjamin   Steber. 
225-227  Guide   Publishing   Co. 
225-227  Harry  D.   Sprague. 
225-227  William  H.    Clarke. 
225-227  Manhattan  Life. 

226  P.  VanSwalL 

225  Associated  Charities  of  Utica. 
229  Charles  A.   Enquest. 

Third  Floor — 
301-302  Adams   &   Merrill. 

304  Walter  D.   Post. 

305  John  Dowd. 

306  W.    L.    &   J.    H.    Goodier. 

307  Dr.   George  G.  Phelps. 
307  Frank  W.  Knapp. 

30S  Charles  A.  Dunn. 
309-311    Vacant. 

310  Anthony   S.    DeSantis. 

311  Bentley  &  Co. 

312  Charles   B.   Taylor. 

312  H.   H.   Victory. 

313  Bentley  &  Co. 

314  F.  H.  Hazard. 

314  Colegrove   &   Baker. 
315-316  Jacob   A.    Goldstone. 
318  Louis   E.   Krohn. 
319-321  Vacant. 

320-322-324-326  Lee   &  Dowling. 
323  Vacant. 

325  Perlen    (Store   Room). 
327  Leon  L.  Arthur. 
328-329  William  G.   Geiser. 
Fourth  Floor — 

401-403  Grant  &  Wager. 
402  Commercial  Collection   Co. 
404  George   C.    Morehouse. 
404  Utica  Real  Estate  Co. 

404  William   D.   Biddlecome. 

405  E.   P.   Jordan. 

405  Edward  K.  Baxter. 

405  Joseph  R.  Horigan. 

406  Vacant. 

407  Ward   B.  Edwards. 

407  Mantel,  Tile  &  Grate  Monthly. 

408  Vacant. 

409  George  E.   Philo. 

410  Josiah   Perry.  • 

411  Joseph   Hopkins. 

413  Atlantic  Fruit  Distributors. 

114  Vacant. 
149  Wali-Over    Boot    Shop. 
151  Louis   Gold. 
153  Specialty    Clothing    Co. 
155  Oneida  National  Bank. 


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155  Edward    H.    Gilbert. 

155  Utica   School  cf  Commerce. 

156  Henry  H.   Sauer. 

158  Colonial  Dining  Room. 

159  Wald  &   Sinnott. 

158-160  Sullivan   &   Slauson  Co. 

161  Busy   Corner   Cigar   Store. 

161  Dr.    Samuel   Jones. 
LaFayette   St.    Begins — Right  Side. 
Bleecker  St.    Eegins — Left  Side. 

162-164  Utica  Trust  and  Deposit  Co. 

163  C.  A.  Whelan  &  Co. 

165  Roscoe  C.  Anderson. 

165  Mrs.   Ada   Tygert. 
166-168  Michael  J.   Leo. 

166  Ferris   &  Co. 
166  R.  J.  Evans  Co. 
166  Vacant. 

166  Dr.  C.  H.  Lezer. 

166  Utica    Philharmonic    Society. 

167-169  F.   W.   Woolworth  &  Co. 

171  Guarantee  Dentists. 

171  Pythian  Castle. 

170  Shotthafer    Bros. 

170  Miles  A.   Havens. 

170  Pabst   Arcade. 

171  Dojie-Knower   Co. 
173-181  Robert  Fraser. 

172  R.   H.   Canfield. 
174-176t-178  McNulty   &   Johann. 

178  N.    Y.    C.    &    H.    R.    R.    and    W.    S. 

R.  R.   (Div  Frt.-Agt.). 
178  Frank  Ruscito. 
180  Fred  A.    Ehrsam. 
180  Henry   G.    Swertfager. 
ISO  Dr.  J.  W.  Rayhill. 
180  Central   Registry  Bureau. 
180  Utica   Employment   Agency. 
182  Dr.  Charles  S.  Crandall. 
182  Dr.    O.    J.    Yule. 

182  John   Lampros. 

183  Howarth-Ballard  Drug  Company. 

183  Utica  Artificial  Limb  Co. 

184  Sweeney   &   Apel. 

184  George   P.    Casalett. 

185  Dr.  John  F.   McPhee. 

185  Charles  Lee. 

"185  Parlor  Shie  Store. 

186  John  A.   Georgitso  &  Co. 
.186  Utica  Viavi   Office. 

186  Taft's   Dental   Rooms. 

186  Internat'l    Correspondence    Schools. 

186  H.  Walter  Bonney. 

186  Utopian  Club. 

186%  Wald's   Cigar  Store   No.   5. 

187  Fred  W.  Sessions  Millinery  Co. 
191  S.  S.  Kresge  5c  and  10c  Store. 
191  Stewart   Building. 

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3  Dr.  Andrew  Sloan. 

4  Arthur  Comstock. 
4  "William  H.  Taylor. 

4  Charles   R.    Hobart. 

5  Arthur  H.  Ballou. 
5-6-7  Egbert  Bagg. 
5-6-7  V.   B.   Stewart. 

8  Earl  S.  Smith. 

9  Vacant 

11  Stuart  F.  Day. 
12-13  David  B.   Cooley. 
Second    Floor — 

14  Charles  W.  Hill. 

15-16  Campbell  &  Jefferson  Co. 

17  A.  S.  Pirnle  &  Co. 

18  M.   F.   Baringer. 

19  E.  M.  Walls. 

19  Stanley  W.  Cassidy. 

20  Equitable     Life-    Assurance     So- 

ciety. 

21  Nat.     Life.     Ins.     Co.     of    Mont- 

pielier,   Vt. 

21  W.    J.    Hazlett. 

22  Wallace  N.   Hobbie. 

23  A.  Willard  James. 

24  Vacant. 
25-26  Vacant. 

27  Alex    A.    Linck. 
Third    Floor — 

30  Provident  Life   &   Trust  Co. 

31  Leonard  Van  Baasten. 
31  Clarabelle  Rinker. 
32-33  Ella  M.   Harvey. 

34  R.   H.  Skinner.      . 
35-36-37  Irving  W.  Street. 
37  Charles  C.   Bevin. 
37  Fred  H.  Courtney. 
37  WTalter    G.    Harter. 
38-39  John  A.   Hobbes. 
40  Utica  Business  Exchange. 
41-42   Dr.   M.    D.   Graham. 
43  Vacant 
Seneca   St.    Ends — Right  Side. 
Columbia  St.    Begins— Right  Side. 
Elizabeth  St.  Begins — Left  Side. 

188-190  England    &    McCaffrey    (Inc). 
190-192  Gardner  Block. 
First    Floor — 

1-2-4  B.  A.  Clark  &  Son. 
3  Werthman  &  Kruse. 
5-7  Dr.  James  G.  Hunt. 
8  Eleanor   Gardner. 
J   Second    Floor — 

20-21  Dr.   G.   P.   English. 
22  Dr.  T.  F.  Warnes. 
24-25-28  Walter  S.  Butler. 
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26-27   Joseph  Kemper. 
Third    Floor — 

30-31  Dr.  Charles  W.  Crumb. 

30-31  C.   Homer  Crumb. 

32-33  Leffler   &   Leffler. 

34-35  Vacant. 

36  R.   W.   Prytherch. 

37-38  Dr.   Earl  A.   Gayde. 
Fourth    Floor— 

40-41  Dr.   Louis  W.  Dean. 

42-43  N.   Y.  Telephone  Co. 

44-45-46  Dr.  Frederick  M.  Miller. 

47  Dr.  Louis  W.  Dean. 

48  Jacola    Cobalt ,  Porcupine    Syn- 

dicate. 
Fifth    Floor—  •  J 

50  Mary   B.   Werthman. 

51  Mabel  L.   Monaghan. 
52-53-54  Vacant. 

55-56  Samuel  W.  Wetzel. 
55  W.   C.    Smith. 

55  WTilliam  E.  Maynard. 

56  Continental  Casualty  Co. 
57-58  Mary    B.    Werthman. 
Grace  Episcopal   Church. 

192  George    H.    Wehner. 
194  J.    W.    Tector  &    Bros. 
193-205  John  A.  Roberts  &  Co. 
196  Wheeler,  McQuade  &  Co. 
196  McQuade  &  Bannigan. 
196  Evans  Block. 
First    Floor — 

1  J.  P.  Donohue  &  Co. 

1  Breed  Financial  &  Realty  Co. 

2  Roscoe  C.  Borst. 

3-4  Dr.  Hugh  H.  Lenahan. 

3-4  Dr.  O.  W.  Burhyte. 

5-6  Clara  A.  Trimbey. 
Second    Floor — 

7  Dr.   J.    C.  Tooke. 

7  Dr.   Raymond  E.  Evans. 

S  Ada   E.   Jones. 

9-10-11-12  Dr.    M.    W.    Johns. 
Third    Floor— 

14-15  Dr.    Herbert   A.    Harrison. 

16  Mrs.   E.   J.   Ramsey. 

17  Dr.   George  A.   Krug. 
Fourth    Floor — 

19  Dr.  E.  P.  Grove. 

20-21  Dr.   F.   H.    Peck. 

22-23--24  Dr.    Carl   D.    Clapp. 

26  Dr.    D.   J.    Vedder,    Jr. 
Fifth  Floor — 

28  Dr.  F.   T.   Simmons. 

29-30  Dr,  W.   S.   Morris. 

32  Dr.  ^Jienry  H.  Tompkins. 

32  Dr.   Rose  Coxon. 

33-34-35  Dr.  R.  Frank  Jones. 
198  C.   H.    Broadbent. 
200  Imperial    Candy    Store. 
202  William  Blaikie  Company. 
204  Boyce  &  Williams. 
204  J.  &  M.   Electric  Co. 
Devereux  St.   Begins. 

206  Evans  &  'Sons  (Inc). 

207  Philip  Rettig. 
207  Frank  H.  Bahr. 

207  Horace  S.  Keller. 

209  Progressive    Cigar    Co. 

209  Progressive   Barber  Shop. 
211  Carey  &  Co. 

211  Jones    &    Baker. 
206-212  Georgitso  Block — 

Ground    Floor — Stores. 

208  Great    Atalantic    and    Pacific    Tea 

Co. 

210  Keating's. 

212  John  A.  Georgitso  &  Co. 


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First  Floor — 

10  Willis  H.   Clarke. 

11  Thomas 'S.  Jackson. 

12  Edward   C.  Hare. 
12  Utica  Fire  Ins.  Co. 

14  W.    H.    Cloher. 

15  Post  Agency   (The). 
18  Clarence  C.  Boff. 

18  Harvey  A.   Jones. 

19  Keating's  Store  Room. 
20-21  Nick  Economus. 

Second   Floor — 

Arcanum   Club   Rooms. 
Pearl   St.    Begins.  ' 

213  Harry   E.    Barnes. 
215  Hughes    Shoe    Store. 
217-219  Allen,  Schmidt  &  Co. 
219  The  Clarendon. 
First     Floor — 

1-9  A.  Retter. 

2  B.  T.  Clark. 

3  Frank  P  Blodgett. 

4-5  Dr.  Winfield  B.   Capron. 

6  Mrs.  Ellen  P.  Nugent. 
7-8  Dr.  H.  S.  Quin. 

Second    Floor — 

12  Dr.  H.  F.  Guillaume. 

14  Dr.  Charles  F.   Redner. 

15  R.    Seymour    Hart. 

15  George  W.  Miller,  Agency. 

16  G.  Edwin  Jackson. 

17  Horace  B.  Sweet. 
17  Walter  G.  Frank. 
18-19  Dr.  C.  E.  Alliaume. 

Third     Floor— 

21  Otto  A.  Meyer. 

22  James    Arthur    Hayes. 
22V2  Vacant. 

24-25  Edward    Shotthafer. 

26-27  State  Mutual  Life  Assurance 

Company. 
28  Connecticut  General  Life  Insur- 
ance Company. 
29-30  Dr.   William  V.   Quinn. 
Fourth    Floor — 

33-36  Metropolitan    Life    Insurance 

Company. 
37-38  Dr.  Frederick  R.  Ford. 
39-40  Cooper  &  Bagg. 
221  C.  A.  Whelan  &  Co. 
Blandina   St.    Begins. 
214-220  City  Hall. 
First  Floor — 
1-3  Board  of  Charities. 
2  City  Judge's  Office. 

7  Bureau  of  Health. 

6  City  Court  of  Utica. 

8  Bureau   of  Buildings. 
8  Plumbing   Board. 

Second  Floor — 

1  Mayor's  Office. 

2  Board  of  Assessors. 

4  Comptroller's  Office. 
5-7  City*  Clerk's  Office. 

6-8  City  Treasurer's  Office. 
Third  Floor,     ' 

Common  Council  Chambers. 

Corporation  Counsel's  Office.    .    , 

City   Engineer's    Office. 

Department   of   Public    Safety. 

Commissioner  of  Public  Works. 
Fourth  Floor — 

Custodian's  Residence. 
221  Thomas  F    Murphy. 
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1  Dr.   Raymond   E.   Thomson. 

2-3  Dr.  Hyzer  W.   Jones. 

4-5  Martin's  Flower  Shop. 
Second  Floor — 

6-7  Dr.  Thomas  E.   McCraith. 

8-9  Dr.  Harriet  P.  Cutter. 
10-11  Mary    McGrath. 
15-16  Dr.   D.   G.   Simmonds. 
17-18-19  Mary    F.    McMahon. 
20-21-22  Samuel  R.  Lewis. 
24  Reliable   Credit  Co. 
25-26  Dr.  William  J.  Herbig. 
25-26  Dr.  Leroy  Herbig. 
Third    Floor— 

27  Helena  C.   Butcher. 

28  Wallace   Hooker. 

29  Samuel  R.   Pickett. 

30  Fred  H.    Stevens. 

222  Utica  Gas  and  Electric  Co. 

223  Schwab   Bros. 

224  Wicks,  Hughes  &  Co. 
224  Dr.  Herbert  G.  Jones. 
224  Mrs.  Mae  McGuinness. 

224  John  F.  Whitworth. 

225  Needlecraft  and   Gift  Shop. 
225  Dr.   S.   C.   Maxson. 

225  Vacant. 

225  C.  Preston  Ogden. 

225  Dr.   Leroy  H.  Jones. 

226  Job  Parker's  Sons. 

226  Master  Plumbers'  Association. 

226  Dr.  David  H.  Roberts. 

227  John  G.   Kasson. 
227  Winifred  J.  Gaffney. 

227  Miller  Sisters. 

228  Mrs.  Nettie' M.  Tarbell. 
229-2:51  The   Kenmore. 

229  William  Mathews. 
229  Cluett  &  Sons. 

229  Harry  Levine. 

230  Willard  H.   Roberts  Drug  Co. 

231  A.  A.   Ledermann  &  Co. 
231  James  T.  Coughlin. 

231  E.  B.  Alderwick  &  Son. 
231     Hannah  Schmidtkonz. 
230  Winston   Building- 
First     Floor— 

1-2  Dr.   D.    C.   Munro. 
3-4-5  Dr.   Lewis   B.   AaTsbry. 
6  Dr.   William  J.   Barton. 
7-9-10  Dr.   R.    O.   Lees. 
10  Herbert   N.    Squier. 
Second   Floor — 

11-12  Dr.   Edward  J.    Stephens. 
13-14  Dr.  Hugh  H.   Shaw. 

15  Mrs.  Anna  O'Hara. 

16  Sarah  F.   Robb. 

20-21  Dr.  Frederick  H.  Brewer. 
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Third  Floor— 

23  Dr.   George  A.  Armstrong. 
24-25  Dr.  George  W.   Crowell. 

26  Josephine  M.  Bryan. 

27  C.  N.  Schornley. 

28  Dr.   Claude  S.  Malsan. 
31-32  Dr.    G.   M.   Fisher. 

Fourth    Floor — 

34  Cary   &  Allen. 
35-36  Dr.  H.  M.   Clapp. 
35-36  Dr.  G.  Bartle  Mason. 
37  Dr.   Smith  Baker. 
38-39  Lewis  H.  Greene. 
43  Dr.   F.  P.   Miller. 

232  M.  E.  &  A.  M.  Kenney. 

233  Savings  Bank  of  Utica. 
234-236  Consolidated  Water  Co. 
236  Farrell  &  Gage. 

236  S.    Grant  Merriman. 

238  Utica  Cemetery  Association. 

238  Dr.   William  P.   Hall. 

238  A.  M.   Giles. 

239  Dr.   Edward  M.  Hyland. 

240  J.  Conrad  Max  &  Co. 

240  Carlile  Building— 

Dr.  William  Moffatt. 
Dr.  J.  D.  Jones. 
•    Dr.  T.  Wood  Clarke. 
N.  Teti. 

Dr.   Myra  A.  Roberts-Black. 
Mrs.   C.  L.  Heath. 

241  Dr.  Frank  D.  Crim. 

242  Utica  Electric  Co. 

243  Mary  Isabel  Doolittle. 

244  Arthur  E.  Hibbard. 
244%  George  W.   Munnich. 

Washington   St.   Ends. 

246  Dr.   Thomas  C.   Gifford. 

247  Dr.  Judson  G.  Kilbourn. 

248  Dr.  Clement  T.  Guillaume. 

249  Dr.    Edward   R.    Evans. 
249  The  Albert. 

249  A.  L.  Owens  Ice  Cream  Co. 

250  Dr.  Raymond  A.  Kempf. 

250  Dr.  Frederick  M.  Kempf. 

251  Masonic  Temple. 

252  Katherine  C.  Brayton. 

253  New  Century  Club. 

254  Fort  Schuyler  Club. 
Court  St.    Begins — Right  Side. 
Hopper  St.   Begins — Left  Side. 

255  Mrs.  Sarah  J.  Brown. 
257  J.  T.  A.  Doolittle. 

•      258  Dr.  Walter  C.  Gibson. 

259  William  J.  Millard. 

260  Dr.  William  M  Gibson. 


261  William  B.   Crouse. 
261  I.  B.  Zeitlin  &  Sons. 

261  Phil   Rettig. 

262  Mrs.   James   C.   Greenman. 

263  Walter   D.   Middleton. 

264  Young  Women's  Christian  Assn. 

265  Brinckerhoff  C.  Tharratt. 

265  Frederick  A.  W.  Best. 

266  Dr.  Willis  E.  Ford. 
266  Dr.-  Frederick  R.  Ford. 

268  D.   Clinton   Murray. 

269  Edwin   Thorn. 

270  Dr.  William  H.  Watson. 

272  Sylvester  Dering. 

273  Frank  E.  Wheeler. 

274  George  L.   Curran. 

276-278  Christ    Reformed    Church. 
South   St.    Begins — Left   Side. 
Cornelia  St.   Ends — Right  Side. 

280  Dr.  Frederick  W.   Smith. 

282  Dr.   Charles  H.    Baldwin. 

283  John  W.  MacLean. 

284  Isaac  N.   Maynard. 

285  Dr.  Frederick  J.  Douglas. 

286  Mrs.   Frederick  W.  H.   Sheffield. 

287  Theodore  P.   Cook. 
Dakln  St.    Begins. 

288  Dr.  James  H.  Glass. 

289  Mrs.  Angeline  T.  Bailey. 
291  Dr.   R.   O.  Lees. 

293  Mrs.  Delia  C.  Roberts. 

294  W.  Pierrepont  White. 
296  Mrs.  A.  C.  Churchill. 
298  Jesse  M.   Brayton. 
300  William  S.  Doolittle. 
302-304  Vacant   lots. 

Cottage    Place    Begins. 

303-305  Utica  Public  Library. 

306  Vedder  A.  Brower. 

307  K.    of   C.    Club   House 

308  Mrs.   Emily  J,  Wolcott. 

309  D.    of   I.    National   Office. 

310  Theodore  S.   Sayre. 

311  Vacant. 

312  Thomas  R.  Proctor. 
315  Daniel  N.  Crouse. 

Eagle   St.    Begins. 

317  Vacant   lot. 

318  Frederick  T.  Proctor. 

319  Arthur  J.   Lowery. 
321  Dr.  Arthur  R.   Grant. 
323  Elizabeth  J.   Sharpe. 

323  Lucy  M.  Divine. 

324  Charles    T.    Pratt. 

325  Dr.  Angeline  Martlne. 

326  Emily  G.  Lowery. 
326%  Samuel  Bros. 
326%  H.    Samuel's. 

326%  Utica  Sanitary  Plumbing  Co. 

327  George   O.   Pennock. 

328  Frank    C.    Roth. 

329  William  H.  Tanton.. 

330  A.   S.  Evans  Co. 

331  Mary  F.  McGrath. 
331  Walter  R.   Schiller. 

331  Dr.  Charles  S.  Crandall. 

333  Dr.   Charles  B.   Tefft. 

333%  Dr.   William  D.   Peckham. 

337  Vacant. 

337  George  O.   Pennock. 

337  James   A.    Mills. 

337  Grover  S.   Cleveland. 

337  E.  E.  Warren. 

337  Frank  R.  Wilson. 

337%  Wood  Bros. 

339  Jacob  Scherline.  ., 

341  Point    Cigar    Store 


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The   numbers   at   this   part   of   Genesee   St. 
do   not   follow  each   other  in  proper  suc- 
cession   on    opposite    sides    of   the   street, 
which  causes  apparent  discrepancies. 
Oneida    Square. 
Park   Ave.    Ends — Left   Side. 
State  St.   Ends — Right  Side. 
Oneida  St.   Eegir.s — Left  Side. 

332  Frank     A.     Bosworth. 

332  Dr.  Daniel  C.  Munro. 

334  Church   of   Reconciliation. 

334  UniversaJist   General   Convention. 
Tracy  St.   Begins — Right  Side,  i 

336  Vacant. 

338  Edward  L.  Wells. 

341%  Samuels  Bros. 

340  Theodore  L.  Cross. 

340  Mary  R.  Lewis. 

342  Thomas  R.  McQuade. 

343  Genesee  Hall. 

344  Sarah  E.  Gilbert. 

345  Joseph   M.    Bostick. 

345  Katherine  H.  Van  De  Water. 

345  Mrs.   Mary  Lillie. 

346  Edward  F.   Kernan. 

347  Walter  A.  Carroll. 
347  William  D.  Williams. 

347  Edwin  S.  Mosher. 

348  Henry  H.   Cooper. 

349  Mrs.   Mary  A.   Schied. 
349  Orson  Van  Dyke. 

349  George  W.   Allen. 

350  Mrs.   J.   Milton   Butler. 

351  Adelbert   S.    Scherer. 
351  William  G.  Bridgeman. 
351  Charles  E.   Merritt. 

351  Mrs.  F.  Louise  Richmond. 
351  Vacant. 

351  Dr.  William  Powell. 
353  Anne  D.  Proctor. 

v       355  Dr.  E.  B.  Guile. 
Hobart  St.   Begins— Left  Side. 
Noyes  St.   Begins — Right  Side. 

352  J.   Fred  Maynard. 
359  Florence  K.  Millar. 

361  Mrs.  Mary  E.  H.  Rutter. 

362  Vacant   lot. 

364  Overland  Genesee  Garage  (Rear). 

364  The  Amiott  (Apartments). 

1  J.  Francis  Day. 

2  Edward  J.  Mills. 

3  Emma  C.  Kellogg. 

4  Spencer    Kellogg. 

5  David   S.  H.   Howard. 

6  Mary  H.  Kellogg. 

7  Christopher  H.   Oakes. 

8  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Constable. 

9  Evelyn  Lloyd. 

10  W.  Lloyd  Ewing. 

11  Vacant. 

12  Vacant. 

365  Delos    D.    Smyth. 

366  II.   Gilbert  Hart. 

Ztf  Mrs.   George   D.    Dimon. 
368  Vacant  lot. 

370  Mrs.  Hugh  Glenn. 

371  Beecher  M.  Crouse,  -j 

372  Mary  E.  Abbott. 
Oswego  St.    Begins. 

373  Charles  S.  Symonds. 

374  Robert  Fraser. 

376  Kanatenah  Apartment  House — 

10  Rose  Davitt. 

11  George  L.   Roberts. 

12  Alfred   B.   Wing. 

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14  John   S.   Calhoun. 

14  Gus   Streudell. 

15  Ma:-y   A.    Clark. 

15  Mrs.   Rebecca  Patterson. 

16  Edward  E.   Mott. 

21  Vacant. 

22  Vacant. 

23  Edward  F.   Cookinham. 

24  Vacant. 

25  Evaline   Collin. 

26  Caroline    E.    Harris. 

31-32  Mrs.   Margaret  Whitaker. 

33  Dr.   Charles  Alliaume. 

34  Charles  W.  Harper. 

34  Fremont  R.   Casler. 

35  A.  James  Eckert. 

36  B.   Martin   Clark. 
41  Alvin  A.  Warner. 

41  Horace   Millen. 

42  Vacant. 

43  Mrs.  Katherine  Budlong. 

44  D.  Vaughn  Ely. 

44  Alfred   P.   Smith. 

45  Miss  G.  B.   Burleigh. 

46  Pierre  K.   Becker. 
46  Charles   Kilkenny. 

51  Mrs.  Ada  R.  Reed. 

52  Charles  H.   Carr. 

53  Vacant. 

54  Michael    McQuade. 

55  Louis  Hamman. 

56  Joseph   W.    Scott. 

61  Isabelle  L.  Weaver. 

62  John  Gomph. 

63  Clayton  J.  Weaver. 

64  Mrs.    Mary   J.    Crowe. 

65  Chris  Nachtrieb. 

66  Vacant. 

71  Bachelor  Apartments. 

72  Minnie  A.   Bayliss. 

72  Caroline  A.  Thomas. 

73  Bert   E.    Wilson. 

74  Thomas  F.    Nutt. 

75  Joseph  E.   Mulhall. 

76  Mrs.  Emily  G.   Devereux. 
81-82  Seymour  D.    Latcher. 

377  Louise  A.  Millar. 

377  Russel   Wheeler. 

381  Oscar  S.  Foster. 

385  John   K.    Gunn. 

387  Olbiston  Apartment  House — 

1  Mrs.   Mary  O.   Spencer. 

2  Charles  Hamilton. 

3  John   H.   Prentiss. 

4  Frank  L.  Jones. 

4  Ella    J.    Childs. 

5  Annie  M.  Hurlburt. 

5  Mrs.  A.  Wilcox. 

6  Mrs.   Abigail   Seymour. 

7  Mrs.  George  D.  Pomeroy. 


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8  Mrs.  Henry  Palmer. 

9  Mrs.  Martin   B.   Delong. 

10  Albert    S.    Brinckerhoff. 

11  Mrs.  Amelia  Savage. 

12  Gertrude  Smith. 

14  Wm.     X.     Weaver. 

15  Frederick  H.  Cookinham. 

16  George  H.  Seaman. 

17  Harold  M.    Bamhardt. 

18  Arthur  H.   Foster. 

19  Mrs.   Cornelius   M.   Post. 

19  Alfred   Mitchell. 

20  John    Sedgwick. 

20  Annie  Popham. 

21  Vacant. 

22  John  J.   Town. 

23  George  W.  Fenton. 

23  Samuel  Bonnet. 

24  Burr  L.  Tibbits. 

25  Vacant. 

26  "Vacant.        ' 

27  James  H.  Gilmore. 

28  Mrs.  Francis  Hoyt. 

29  George  D.  Dager. 

30  Mrs.   Mary  Shaver. 

31  "Vacant. 

32  Hibbard  K.  Van  Size. 

33  John  J.  Eannigan. 

34  Lewis  "Williams. 

35  Mrs.    Smith   M.    Lindsley. 

36  Bachelor    Apartments. 

37  William  E.   Bellinger. 

38  Seymour  D.  Latcher. 

39  George    B.    French. 

40  Thomas   F.   Barrett. 

41  Walter  D.  Post. 

42  William  P.  Stackhouse. 

43  Bachelor    Apartments. 

44  Olbiston  Cafe. 

44  William  E.   Bellinger. 

45  George  E.  Dennison. 

46  Allan  T.  Stewart. 

47  Rev.  J.  Winslow  Clarke. 

48  Clarence  L.  Lowery. 

48  Mae  Pinkstone. 

49  C.  Frank  Floyd. 

50  Herbert  C.   Sholes. 

51  Roger    J.    Rock. 

52  Vacant. 

52  Dr.   Rose   Coxon. 

53  Helen   L.   Miller. 

54  Gertrude  H.   Coxe. 

55  Eugene  Powell. 

56  John  W.  Eddy. 

57  Wilbur  E.   Hussey. 

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59  Emma  D.   Churchill. 

60  Vacant. 

61  vacant. 

62  Timothy  L.   Roberts. 

62  Jane   Thomas. 

63  Mrs.  Ward  Hunt. 

64  Dr.   Louis  W.   Dean. 

65  Robert   I.    Shimer. 

66  Mrs.  Thomas  G.  Madoc. 

67  Henry  S.   Ingalls. 

67  Mrs.  Marguerite  Tout. 

68  Louisa  G.   Schantz. 

68  Ella  Rockwell. 

69  Alex  C.  Barker. 

70  Andrew  D.  Chase. 

71  Vacant. 

72  Egmcnt   G.    Brower. 

73  Mrs.   Charles  P.   Kirkland. 

74  Rev.  Louis  H.  Holden. 

75  Earle    Talbot. 

7b  Charlotte   D.   Coventry. 

76  Mrs.  Cornelia  C.   Baldwin. 

77  Mathew  A.   Carton. 

78  Mrs.  Helen  M.   Kathern. 

79  Frank    B.    Rathbun. 

80  Mrs.    Lena   Goshaw. 
80  Martha  Herbig. 

88  Mrs.  Mary  P.  Grindlay. 
Clinton   Place   Begins. 

400  James  L.   Lowery. 

402  Vacant  lot. 
Watson    Place    Begins/ 

407  Mrs.  Mary  K.  Gilbert. 

408  Thomas  F.   Baker. 

409  Dr.   Ira  S.   Sweet. 

410  William  T.  Baker. 

412  Edgar  B.  Odell. 

413  Mrs.   James  S.  Sherman. 

416  Griffith  M.   Jones. 
Shaw   St.    Begins. 

417  Charles  A.   Doolittle. 

418  Henry  D.   Pixley. 

419  Vacant  lot. 
Jewett  Place   Begins. 

420  John  A.   Roberts. 

421  John  McDonald. 

422  Andrew  S.  Hunter. 
Avery   St.    Begins. 

424  Egbert   Bagg. 

425  George  L.  Bradford. 

427  Jacob  Agne. 

426  Alfred   J.   Dutcher. 

428  Edwin  J.  Nelson. 

429  Rufus  P.   Birdseye. 
Faxton    St.    Begins. 

435  Charles  A.  Borst. 
Scott   St.    Begins. 

Vacant  lots. 
Sherman    Place    Begins. 

441  Mrs.  Joseph  S.  Lowery. 

445  George  A.   Frisbie. 
447  David   H.   Gaffin. 

Grant   St.    Begins. 
Sprlngate  St.   Begins. 

444  Joseph   C.   Kempf. 

446  Alfred  H.  Williams. 
446  Horace  F.  Barnard. 

Newell   St.    Begins. 

451  Mrs.    Myles   J.    Evans. 
455  Arthur  Ashton. 
457  Vacant. 

461  Mrs.  Thomas  D.  Watkins. 
465  Mrs.  Amanda  Phillips. 
465  Aras  J.   Williams. 
467  Dr.   F.    S.   DeLong. 
469  Mrs.   W.   W.   Lockerby.         ^. 
469  Cornelius  J.   Gibson. 
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Pleasant  St.  and   Boulevard  Cross. 

6S4  Homeopathic  Hospital. 

452  Mrs.   John  C.  Hleber. 

454  Elizabeth   B.   Gibson. 

690  Vacant  lot. 

692  Vacant. 

694  Charles   E.   Benton. 

694  Eugene  W.  Dixon. 

696  Vacant  lot. 
Park   Place   Begins   (Left). 

699  Edward   J.    Otis. 

703  George  Daiker. 

704-706  House  of  the  Good  Shepherd. 
Sunset   Place   Begins   (Right). 

70S  Fred  G.   Hill. 

708  William  E.  "Weed. 

710  Peter  Crowe. 

712  George  A.  Spaulding. 

714  Edward  T.   Stoetzner. 

714  Theodore  K.    Stoetzner. 

714  Ellen  Gleason. 

714%  Francis  D.  Bradway. 

716  Lillian  M.  Smith. 

716  John  J.  Soop. 
718  Phoebe  Osborn. 

720  G.  P.  Gibson  &  Son. 

717  West    Shore    and   New   York    State 

Railways  Station. 
West  Shore  RR.  Crosses. 
Arnold   Ave.   Begins. 

722  Utica  Stone  and  Construction  Co. 

723  Charles  C.  Kellogg  &   Sons  Co. 
Auburn   Ave.   Begins   (Left). 

725  Hotel  Savoy. 
Warren    Ave.    Begins    (Left). 

729  Arthur  M.  Stewart. 
729  Hugh  O.  Pritchard. 
729  Adelbert  Bass. 
729  Fred  Seiselmeir. 
S        729  Charles  Klehm. 

729  Isabelle  L.   Lake. 
Kenyon    Court    Begins    (Left). 
Hampden   Place   (Thistle   Rd.)    Begins 
(Right). 

726  Charles  B.  Hauf. 
731  Harry  S.  Brant. 

731  Vacant. 

732  William  E.  James. 

732  Mrs.   Thomas  L.   Bogart. 

733  Vacant. 

734  Martin  J.  Hauf. 

735  M.  W.  Beeks. 

735  Vacant. 

736  Vacant. 

737  Vacant. 

739  Frederick   GilLmore. 

740  James  D.    Smith. 

740  Joseph   S.   Kubu. 

741  John  G.  Deecke. 

741  Paul  W.  Schneider. 

742  John  F.  Carney. 

743  Anne  E.   Brown. 

744  A.  E.  Stott. 
744  Nelson  Wells. 

744  H.    P.    Wells. 
744%Thomas  W.   Baxter. 

Carllle    Ave.    Begins.  '  , 

745  Thomas  H.  Murphy. 
751  Verne  W.  Rhodes. 
753  William  J.  Herbig. 
755  Charles  S.  Kempf. 
757  John  Ormsbee. 

Prospect  St.   Begins. 

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748  Albert   P.    Howarth. 
750  George  L.  Fuller. 
750  John  Heath. 
756  John  M.  Ross. 

758  Frank   E.    Conley. 

762  William   S.    Risinger. 

764  Thomas   J.    Risinger. 
Amy   Ave.    Begins. 

768  D.    Walter   Perkins. 
768%   All  Saints  Mission. 

766  Alfred  H.  Dobson. 
770  Charles  W.  Wicks. 

759  Janet    Blaikie. 
761  Frank   W.    Berry. 

763  Arthur    C.    Langdon. 

765  W.    A.    Soper. 

767  Ernest    L.    Benedict. 
Mason    Place    Begins. 

772  Peter    Ryan. 
772  Theodore  F.   Miller. 
772  Madam    Minerva. 
772  Alfred    D.    Williams. 
779  Mrs.  Emma  Clarke. 
784  John  G.   Slauson. 
792  John    R.    Lewis. 
794  John    H.    Siemers. 
796  Vacant   Lots. 
Melrose   Ave.    Begins. 

801  Alfred   W.    Nibbs. 

803  William    Thomas.      " 
803%  J.  M.  Peck. 

803%  Karl  M.  Schmidt. 

804  Jacob   A.    Leslie. 

804  Mary   Antisdale. 

805  Alfred    E.    Judge. 

805  Emil    Andree. 

806  Frank    B.    Guth. 

806  Samuel     Woolfenden. 
Seward    Ave.    Begins. 

807  Mrs.   Nettie  M.   Tarbeli. 
80S  James   I.    Casey. 

809  Edgar  E.  Jones. 

810  Adam  Tennis. 
810  Peter   J.    Tennis. 

511  John  A.   Breen. 

812  J.   Thomas  Hornung. 
8121/;.  Mrs.   Mary  Hornung. 

512  George  Wankel. 
812  John  F.  White. 
812  Arthur  F.   Ferriss. 

812  Isabella  Burth. 

813  Edwin    T.    McQuivey. 

St.  John's  Infant  Hospital. 

814  Arthur    L.    Dennlson. 
814  George    L.    Randall. 

■  814  William   G.    Jones. 
814y2  Mrs.   A.   B.   Johnson. 
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815  Orville   Balch. 

816  Chas.  O.   Padley. 

817  Robert  L.    Kinne. 

819  Phillip  J.   Whitehill. 

820  Loton    S.    Hunt. 

821  James   C.    Roberts. 

822  Arthur    B.     Maynard. 

823  Mary  E.   Owens. 

824  Dr.    Arthur    M.    Collier. 

825  Francis     F.     Despard. 

826  W.    B.    McCrea,    Jr. 

827  Wm.    J.    McQuade. 

828  Sarah    Jane     Murphy. 

829  William  I.  Taber. 

830  George    L.    Hawley. 

830  Charles   R.   Jones. 

831  Linn    Kinne. 

833  AQfred  C.    Birch. 

835  Wm.   J.    Thistlethwaite.      . 

836  George    J.    Neuthardt. 

837  G.    Fred    Ralph. 
836^.   Henry  P.   Graham. 

D.,    L.   &    W.    Railroad    Crosses. 
Lyons    Place    Begins. 

D.,    L.    &    W.    R.R.    Depot. 
S3S  S.   Charles  Greene. 

839  Albert    R.    Hatfield. 

840  Edward   D.   Lyon. 
Capron    Road    Begins. 

841  Sanford    F.     Sherman. 
Higby  Ave.    Begins. 

843  Charles   L.   Marshall. 
845  Orson   E.    Baker. 
(S46  Rev.   W.   H.  'Skeels. 
Osborne    Ave.    Begins. 
847  Vacant. 

849  Thomas    B.    Cloyes. 
851  William  M.  Osborn. 
851  Prentiss    Bailey,    Jr. 
852-856  Vacant   lots. 
853  Mrs.  Frank  C.  Ogden. 
855  C.     Lansing    Jones. 
857  Frank'  Brooks. 

857  Dr.   Arthur  P.   Clark. 

858  Jerome    B.    German. 

859  Chas.    M.    Tracy. 
Richardson    Place    Begins. 

860  Patrick   T.    Fitzgerald. 
860  Clarence    M.    Lyman. 
862  Dr.   Patrick   J.    Donohue. 
864  Olympian    Knit    Goods    Co. 

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dition.    We  have  continued  the  street  past 
the  city  line  and  to  Deerfield  Corners. 
17  Harry  J.   George.       t 
27-29  Johnson  C.   Dewhurst. 
31  Samuel  J.   Jackson. 

31  Vacant.   , 

32  Vacant. 
36  Vacant. 

30-40  Wcclfenden  Chemical  Co. 

38  Vacant  lot. 

40  Vacant  lot. 

42  Vacant  lot. 

48-50  Vacant  lots. 

51  Edward  Storrs. 

51  Mary   Jones. 

51  Joe   Foley. 

54  Alfred    Gleghorn. 
Lee  St.   Begins. 

55-57-59  Vacant. 

58-60  T.  W.  Baxter  Co. 

61-63  John  F.  Brockway. 

61-63  Ambrose  Lee  Livery  Stables. 

62-72  N.  T.   C.  RR.  Freight  Houses. 

65  Vacant  lot. 

69-73  Storage    Warehouse. 

74  George   Fellows. 

78  Wilber   Lee. 

84  Vacant. 

88  Fred  J.  Breithaupt. 

90  Vacant. 

96-102  Vacant  lots. 

94  Evan  Jones. 
104  Griffith    Smith. 
104  Michael  Murray. 
Wurtz  Ave.   Begins. 

118-120  Seymour    Hotel. 

120  Judd  Clark. 

122  Eastover    Construction    Co. 

124  Robert    Murray. 

138-168  Vacant  lots. 

136  David  W.   Price. 

159  Charles  E.  Whitney. 

170  Mrs.   Jane   Jones. 

170  Washington  H.  Miller. 

172-180  Vacant  lots. 

184-198  Vacant  lots. 

200  Anton  Funke. 

200  George  A.  Wheeler. 

200  John   Keller. 

200  A.   H.    Laterlee. 

200  Emory  H.  Perkins. 

205  Central  Stone  Co. 

208  Fred   G.   Koncelman. 

208  Charles  E.  Marks. 

211  John  Humphrey. 

213  Henry  Barth. 

213  George   E.   Coughlin. 

215  Vacant  lot. 

217  Christopher  Barth. 

218  William  Marks. 
219-237  Vacant  lots. 
220  Vacant  lot. 

222  George  Gilbert.      • 
226  Edmund  T.  Hermant. 
230  Frances  Wiegand. 
232-240  Vacant  lots. 
239  John  P.  Decker. 
239  Charles  J.  Decker. 

241  Samuel  J.   Wilson. 

242  Oswald  Endres. 
241  Patrick  Mallon. 
241  Samuel  J.  Wilson. 

243  William  J.  Morrisey. 
244-246  Vacant   lots. 

245  'Vacant  lot. 


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GENESEE    STREET     (NORTH) 
— Continued 

247  Barnard  J.  Garrigan. 

247  Charles   Deeche. 

248  William  J.  Williams. 
249-261  Mohawk  River  Crosses. 
250-262  Mohawk    River   Crosses. 

263  Mrs.  Mary  A.  Landsman. 

264  Corey  Shaw. 

264  John  Ramsey. 

265  John  T.  Little. 
267  Harriet  Little. 
267  Albert  F.   Stacks. 

269  Johnson   C.   Dewhurst. 

270  John  Boppel. 

270  Joseph  Boppell. 

271  Margaret  Huss. 

271  Raymond  Freytag. 

272  Otto  Neuman. 

,   273  David  J.  Beatson. 
273-285  Barge  Canal. 
274-278  Barge  Canal. 
280  Mrs.  Charlotte  Moore. 
282  Frederick    F.    Miller. 
284-2S6  Ernest  T.   Hermant  &   Son. 
2S5  Ida  Huss. 
287  John   D.    Eldred. 
287  Edward  Johnson. 

287  Clarence  A.  Hicks. 
Weaver  St.   Begins. 

288  Ernest   T.   Hermant. 
2S9  Charles  A.  Kapfer. 

289  William  G.  Hemingway. 

290  John  J.   Moran. 

291  William  J.  Conley. 

291  William  Bell. 

292  Thomas  O'Rourke. 
292  John  A.   Williamson. 
293-295  Vacant   lots. 

294  Gaylord   H.    Hall. 

296  Albert    Borden. 

297  Fred  J.   Breithaupt. 
297  Fred  R.  Woodman. 
297  Frank   H.    Rivennacht. 
297  David  G.   Woods. 

297  Ward    Taylor. 
297  Benjamin   Owens. 
'       29S  Lena  Kehrli. 
299  Albert  Scofield. 
297  Scott    Ladd. 
299  David   Woods. 
299  Wm.   Johnson. 

299  Monroe    Casler. 

300  William  Kehrlie. 
300  Emil  Kehrli. 
301-317  Vacant  lots. 
302  George  H.  Steates. 
302  Thos  J.  Erhardt. 
304  John  I.  Schmidt. 
306  Lee  A.   Davis. 

306  Charles   Ribolin. 
308  Keiren    Lawlor. 

310  Claude  C.  Helmer. 

311  George  F.  Koehnleln. 

312  Sherman  S.   Lewis. 
314  John  F.   Bevans. 
316  Joseph  S.  Patrick. 
318  Charles    Earl. 

318  Mary  C.  Huss. 

319  Mary  Wurz. 

320  Vincent    E.    Conley. 

320  Henry  Yakey. 

321  Fred    Hardcastle. 

321  Joseph   Lynch. 

322  John   B.   Huss. 

322  William  H.   Carey. 

323  Christine    Wessinger. 


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324  Gustave    Mursch. 

325  William    Spratt. 

326  Wilber  H.   Skelton. 

328  William   Wandres. 

329  Ira  T.   Cobb. 

331  William   E.   Williams. 

35>S  Vacant. 

3o3  Vacant. 

335  William  A.   Geiresbach. 

337-339  Albert    J.    Ferderer. 

340  Catharine  Walter. 

341  Joseph    Ratcliff. 

343  Mrs.  Mary  Widtman. 
343  West   Side  Hotel. 
Deerfield   Corners. 

GEORGE    PLACE 

171    Rutger   to    South— 13th    Ward. 

2  James  Russell. 

3  John  Callahan. 

3  William   Landers. 

4  Frank   J.    Finn. 

4  Patrick   J.   Cahill. 

5  Joseph  J.  Lanz. 
5  Robert  H.  Jones. 
8  Frank  E.   Dulan. 

10  George  H.  Fisher. 

11  Ray   E.    Henry. 

12  Curtis  E.   Woodbeck. 
12  William  A.  Schmitt. 
14  Mrs.  Adelaide  Stiidor. 

14  William   R.   Donalty. 

15  Michael  W.  Frederick. 

15  Vacant. 

16  Evan  E.   Thomas. 

17  Patrick   W.    Hennessy. 

18  Edward    Duffy. 

18  George    P.    Daly. 

19  Chas.  A.  Bassett. 

20  Isaac  J.  Griffith. 

20  Thomas  A.   Smith. 

21  Edward  Paly. 

GEORGE  STREET 

(N.   H.  Town)   Seward  Ave.  to   D.,   L.  &  W. 
R.   R. 
2  John   Schantz. 
4  George  H.   Ireland,   Jr. 
Vacant  Lot. 
Meeker   Ave    Crosses. 
10  George    Ireland. 
15  Dorr  Tompkins. 

GILBERT    STREET 

Broad   to    Bleecker — 8th    Ward. 
10  Eramo   Tedesco. 

10  Angelo  Paoloantonio. 

11  Luigi  Vertucci. 

11  Domenico   Santamario. 

12  Joe  King. 
12  John  Greco. 


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MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHIERS  FOR  BOYS  AND  MEN 
FROM  HEAD  TO  FOOT 

Across  the  Street  from  Hotel  Utica. 


GILBERT  STREET— Continued 

14  Pasquale   Pegliaro. 

15  Vacant. 

15  Felice   Snartano. 

16  Luigi  Conte. 

16  Alfredo  Bellmonts. 

17  Filippo   Spartano. 

18  Sanerio   Saceo. 

18  Pietro  Fazio. 

IS  Sifrestro  Parenti. 

19  Alfonso    Conte. 

20  Vincenzo  Pepe. 
20  Maria  Pepe. 

20  Giovanni    Petronio. 

21  Pasquale   Roccardi. 

22  John  Luppo. 

23  Domenico    Saso. 

24  Luigi  Tiore. 

25  Antonio  Amadure. 
25  John    Grecco. 

25  Louis   Bello. 
30  Joseph  Grande. 
30  Pasquale  Denigra. 
30  Dominico  Mandiato. 
36  Pasquale   Paghiaro. 
38  James    Gibson. 
57  Rocco   Laregina. 
59  Carmine  Bernardino. 
51  Frank  Fitzsimmons. 

GOLD    STREET 

71    Elm  to   124  Steuben— 7th    Ward. 

1  Vacant  lot. 

2  Mrs.  Sarah  L.  McClelland. 

2  George  L.  Schafer. 

3  Vacant. 

3%  Chas.  E.  Ebner. 

4  Henry  Wenner. 

4  Mrs.    Catherine    Pugh. 
'     5  Henry  C.  Benz. 
*  6  Vacant. 
7  Thomas  Horrigan. 

7  Bridget  O'Reilly. 

8  Thomas   Fitzgerald. 

9  Catharine  E.  Caraher. 
9  William  C.  Royles. 

10  T.   Daley  Coakley. 
10  Floyd  S.   Hosford. 

10  Michael  Connolly. 

11  William  J.  Weaton. 

12  LeGrant  Harrison. 

12  John  J.  Sanders. 

13  Frank  J.  Kuhnle.  Jr.        » 

14  Mrs.   Henrietta   Staroske. 
14  Joseph  VanXort. 

14  Ella  Dignan. 


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15  Henry  J.   Kress. 

16  Elon  L.   Hersey. 

16  Thomas   J.   Kelly. 

17  Fred  W.   Hersey. 
17  Jenny  Ellis. 

17  Mrs.  Pauline  Klix. 

18  Michael  Concannon.-         t 

18  Jean    Whitaker. 

19  Thomas  Knight. 

19  William  Butcher. 

20  Walter  B.   Owens. 

20  John   A..   Wright. 

21  Patrick   F.    Shields. 

21  Arba  L.  Williams. 

22  John    M.    Freitas. 

23  Albert  J.   Hersey. 

23  Robert  E.   Jones. 
I    24  William  Kelly. 

24  Vacant. 

25  George  W.  Wynn. 

26  Ora  E.   Ruhm. 

26  Otis  H.  Jones. 

27  John  J.  Maier. 

27  Christina  Maier. 

28  John    L.    Griffith. 

28  Minne  Kerr. 

29  Christian   W.   Rudolph. 

29  Mrs.    Alice   L.    Eeasman. 

30  James   R.    Magee. 

30  A.    J.    Leonard. 

31  Xathan   B.    Eldredge. 

31  George  J.  Bancroft. 

32  Edgar  L.  Woodworth. 

32  William  G.   Evans. 

33  Charles    F.     Brunner. 

GRACE    STREET 

Dwyer    Ave.    to    Ehlers — 8th    Ward. 
Vacant  lots. 

GRAND     STREET 

i.  Y.  C.  &  H.  RR.  Roundhouse  to  Mohawk 
River — 2d     Ward. 

3-5  William   Pritchard    Stable. 
7  Eli  Atkins. 
Barn. 

GRANT    STREET 

423   Genesee   to   290   Oneida — 7th   Ward. 

2  Henry  L.   Bowes. 

3  Luther   S.    Jones. 

4  Fred  A.   Ehrsam. 

5  Chas.   H.   Ballou. 

5  J.     Ethelwyn.    Hardy. 

6  Albert  O.  Foster. 

7  Vacant. 

8  Frank  E.  Howell. 

9  Henry  D.   Morehouse. 

10  E.  Monroe  Walls. 

11  W.   Frank  Lawrence. 

12  A.   A.   Kidder. 

12  Mrs.  Harriet  Hanford. 

13  Frank  M.  DuNoyer. 

14  S.   Albert   Batty.  (    - 

15  Ellas  Ellis. 

15%  George   F.    Riley. 

16  Diana  A.   Langworthy. 

17  William  E.   Foreman. 

18  Mrs.   John   S.   Jones. 

19  Frank  O.  Wheeler. 

19  George  E.   Rendell. 

20  Vacant  lot. 

21  William  F.   Nally  . 

22  Dr.    Sands   C.   Maxson,. 

23  Thomas  H.  Williams. 

23  Willard  D.  Ackley. 

24  William  A.  Clark. 

25  Frank   D.    Westcott. 

26  Hon.    George   Pricbard. 


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GRANT  STREET— Continued 

27  James  B.   Duggan. 
27%  John  K.   Simpkins. 
2S  John  N.   Cloyes. 

29  George  H.  Thomas. 

30  Carrie  M.  Smith. 

30  Patrick  T.   Ryan. 

31  William  E.   Corfield. 

32  William  F.   Jones. 

33  James   E.    Mitchell. 
24  W.   Wallace  Marron. 
34%    Edward   A.    Hamilton. 

35  Charles  Pfeifer. 

36  J.  R.   Bodurtha. 

37  Vacant  lot. 

3S  Thomas    E.    How  Ian. 
3S%  Vacant. 

39  Charles   F.    Wood. 

39%  Mrs.  Caroline  H.  Gilmore. 

40  Betsy  M.   Ballou. 
40%  James  W.  Dennis. 

41  Richard  E.  Hatfield. 

42  Chas.   Higgerson. 

42  John  H.   Higgerson. 

43  William  T.  Kunkel. 

43  Robert  H.   Stephens. 
45  Harry    B.    Miles. 

44  Schafer  &  Schafer. 
4C  Walter  C.  Collins. 
47  Mac;/  Robinson. 

45  John    .'..     ['Hngv.-orth. 
40  Melinda  Dagget. 

49  Theodore  J.   Gsehwind. 

51  Julia    Burtcn. 

53  Lawrence    B.    Tripp. 

55  James  G.   Baldwin. 

57  Mrs.  Grace  A.    Francis. 

59  Merritt  J.  Congdon. 

GRAY    AVENUE 

City   to    York— 14th    Ward. 
Rear  of  Greenhouses. 
Rear  of  St.  Joseph's  Infant  Home. 
Addison   St.    Ends. 
Barn. 
4  David  D.  Agne. 
4  Mrs.  Louisa  Townley. 
6  Charles   E.    Bengough. 
6  G.   Lansing   Pfluke. 
8  Charles  F.   Sanger. 
10  Charles   Nickel. 
10  Carl  F.    Sealoff. 
12  John  H.   Scott. 
12  Herman  M.   Endres. 
14  Michael  A.    Sisti. 

14  Walter  P.   Laenger. 
16  Frank  Hecox. 

Charles  Whitton's  Greenhouses. 

15  Walter  F.  Frpnz. 
18%  Fred  S.   O'Neill. 
20  Fred  A.  Green. 
20%  Arthur  E.   Laing. 
19  Brunner  Mfg.   Co. 

19  Albicn  Knitting  Mill. 

GREEN    STREET 

58  Stark  to  York— 9th   and   14th   Wards. 
2  Frederick  J.  Knee. 
4  Kate  Miller. 
6  Charles  J.  Oberlies. 
6  Edward  M.   Lynch. 
6  Ralph  F.  Jones. 
9  Joseph    P.    Homberg. 

10  Alois   Heintz. 

11  Nettie  Held. 
Schuyler  St.  Crosses. 

12  Antoinette   Singleton. 
14  Vacant   lot. 


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15  Elizabeth  Gray. 
1G  Fannie   Comstock. 
17  Wil  iam     Schuderer. 
17  Alfred   Redner. 
IS  Vacant   lot. 
19   Louis   Dumke. 

19  Hannah   Rubir.sun. 

20  John    Lit/.. 

21  Mary   Rebel. 

21  Anna.   Rebel. 

22  Barn. 

2::  Thomas   E.   Fernon. 

23  .Tames   S.    Taylor. 

24  Vacant   lot. 

25  John   Petty. 

25  Henry  G.  llassey. 

26  Mrs.   Margaret   Vi bland. 

26  George    Wagner. 

27  Gustave  Guentert. 
27%   George  II.   Knight. 
27%  Caroline  J.   Crowther. 

28  John   Davis. 

2!)  Spencer  W.  Clausen. 

29  George  A.  Peck. 

30  George  Heller. 

30  Adelbert    C.    Pea! 

31  Alfio   S.   Tooja. 

32  Fred   Bach. 

33  Joseph    Yeh'.e 

33  Rert    •"".    HTij!;pr. 

34  Christina    Vogel. 
34  Martin    Duke. 

36  Martin    Mullin. 
West   Ave.   Crosses. 

38  George  C.   Wertz 

3?  Samuel  M.   Hinkston. 

40  Frederick    J.    Alberding 

40  Ella  Marra. 

44  Samuel  Slotusik. 

44  Alvin  H.  Kleindienst. 

45  Charles   Waller. 

46  Edward  J.   Long. 

46  AU-.e-t    P.    Pale. 

47  Frank     Bkimenstock. 
17  Charles  A.   Koehler. 

City  St.  Cresses. 

4S  Thomas  Hughes. 
4S  Pederick  Jenson. 
49  Edward    L.    Whitton. 
49  Charles  H    Whitton. 

49  Stephen    Whitton. 

St.   Joseph's  Infant   Home. 

50  Arthur   D.    Plopper. 
52  James  R.  Hess. 

54  John  R    Ward. 

55  Gnthold    L.    Brenner. 
5S  Myron   Albright. 

60  Caroline  Prestcn. 
62  Michael  Halligan. 
62  Christina  Heitz. 


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MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHES,  HATS,  FURNISHINGS, 
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62  Mary   A.    Ryan. 

64-70  Vacant  lots. 

72  Vacant. 

72  Vacant. 

74  Rose   O'Haie. 

74  Maxwell  J.   Stevenson. 
76  Mary  A.   Shorter. 

76  Joseph    L.    Korl'i. 

75  Roy   P.    Riley. 

77  John  Yeoman. 

78  Charles   Breitling. 
83  George   H.    Dupont. 

GROVE    PLACE 

65    Kemble    to    150    Steuben— 7th    Ward. 
100  Richard  D.   Roberts. 
103  Edith  S.  Allen. 

103  Clarence  H.   Kassing. 

102  Mrs.  Albert  Bartholomew. 

104  John    W.    Vogel. 

105  Burton    I.    Kassing. 

105  Mrs.   Louise  Kassing. 
107  Carolyn  A.   Miller. 
107  Darwin  A.  Yeomans. 

106  Chambers  H.  Adams. 
10S  John   E.    Baker. 

10S  Frederick    Jones. 
100  William  H.   Milne 

109  Charles    E.    Carr. 
Ill  Nicholas   Leonard. 

111  Michael  T.   Mullen. 
111%  John   M.    Albright. 

110  Michael   McCabe. 
110  Joseph  H.  Miller. 

112  Joseph  G.    Roth. 
114  Vacant  lot. 

Elm  St.  Cresses. 

202  John  E.  Ciotty. 
201-203  Thomas  B.   Russell. 

203  "William   Edelstein. 

204  J.  Trevorian  Williams. 

205  John  F.    Sator. 

206  Hiram   H.    Wells. 

207  Alfred    L.    Huisgan. 

208  Mrs.  Lois  Swertfager. 

209  Orville  J.   Scruton. 

210  Fred    H.    Garber. 

211  Patrick    Thomas    Noon. 

212  Bartholomew    Burns. 

214  Stephen  R.  Cantwell. 

216  Grover    C.    Clark. 

213  Miles     A      Havens. 

218  Ja^c    W     Herbrand. 

217  Evan    O.    Williams. 

215  Violet  A.   Martyn. 

219  Sarah  A.  Williams. 

220  Wilton  N.   Cook. 


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220  Mrs.   Edgar  J.   Seavey. 

221  Benjamin    Roy   Goodman. 

222  Charles  C.   Shafer. 

223  William  J.  Menzies. 

225  T.   Charles   Williams. 

224  Erwin    L.    Hockridge. 

226  Ella   S.   Peck. 

227  John  L.   Richards. 

228  Ellis  O.   Williams. 

230  Vacant. 

229  Lawrence   iVLCManon. 

231  Vacant. 

232  Adam  C.   Deyoe. 
234  Edwin    H.    Willard. 

234  Rev.    H.    VanAllen. 

236  John  R.  Exton. 

235  Rev.    Isaac    Jenkins. 
235  Bert  Yeoman. 

23S  John    Kammerer. 

237  Edward   B.    Danquer. 

240  George  E.  Philo. 
239  Orville  J.  Ross. 
239  Maria  A.   Meacham. 

242  Charles    E.    Hubbell. 

241  George   L.    Bebbold. 

244  Walter  G.   Ingraham. 

243  William  A.  Williams. 
246  Theo.  C.  Mohr. 

246  Josephine  Cayea. 

245  Evan   E.    Hughes. 
24S  Catharine    Brown. 

247  George   P.    Smith. 
250  Daniel    Costello. 
249  Albert  R.  Sabine. 

254  Mrs.   Lizzie   Lindsley. 
254  Mrs.    Maria   Liddell. 
254  Herbert    A.    Peters. 
254  Alexander   E.    Sweezey. 
254  Elizabeth  W.   Pughe. 
Steuben  Pharmacy. 

GUELICH  STREET 

Tilder;    tc    Culver    Ave. — 3th    Ward. 
Vacant  lots. 
3  Tony  Faul. 

3  Salvator  Sirianni. 
Vacant  lots. 

4  Levi  Devito. 

4  Peter  Pirritano. 
Vacant  lots. 

HAAK    AVENUE 

3  Schuyler  to  D.,  L.  &  W.  RR.— 2d  Ward. 
1  Wizer  Piniazek. 

1  John    Demsky. 

2  Catharine    Stevener. 

3  John    Fairbrother. 

4  Elizabeth  V.   McSweeney 
•_     4  Harvey  Stocker. 

4  Johanna  Peters. - 

5  Joe  Dudeck. 

6  Oswald  Geiger. 

7  Alexander  Murzwske. 

7  Jacob  Francek. 

8  Frank    Maine. 

8  John  H.   Geiger. 

10  Henry  Hartmann. 

11  John   Fitzgerald. 

12  Theodore  Shawuski. 

13  Peter  Schreck. 

14  Vacant  lot. 

16  Arthur    Schreck. 

17  Mrs.   Helena   Munson. 
19  Mike   Mvrdck. 

HAGER    STREET 

Newell  to  W.   Pleasant  -St.— 11th   Ward. 
2-26  Vacant   lots. 
6  Ludwig   Christman. 
17  Mrs.  Olivia  J.   Small. 


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17  Bernard   Knobloch. 

Vacant  lot. 
21  Charles   F.    Brown. 
21  Jacob  Haas. 

Vacant  lot. 
28  James  H.  Hill. 

33  Charles   A,.    Durrenbeck. 

34  John    H.    Foley. 

37  Hugh   W.    Rowlands. 
40  Vacant   lot. 

43  Philo  E.  Town. 

44  William    Knobloch. 

45  Mary  A.  Murphy. 

50  John  Madsen. 

51  Louis    Becker. 
5-  Vacant   lot. 

54  Vacant     lot. 

.  HAMILTON     AVENUE 

(Changed   to  Stark  Street). 

Hickory    St.    to    City    Line,    occupied    by   O. 

<£.   W.    Railroad— 9th    Ward. 

HAMILTON    STREET 

98    Varick    to    Columbia — 9th    Ward. 
1  Emma  L.   Heim. 

1  Frank  C.   Wer.ner. 

2  James  A.   Lennon. 

5  Earl   A.    Lent. 

6  Edwin    Dagwell. 

7  George   M^Ball. 

8  Michael    Gaiser. 

8  Arthur  H.  French. 
Wiley  St.  Ends. 

9  Barbra   Wehrle. 

11  Rev.    C.    A.    Germann. 

13  Trinity    Lutheran    Church. 

14  Vacant   lot. 

15  Hamilton   Street   School. 
1G  Mis.   Mary  Mooso. 

19  Arthur  M.   Lockwood. 
Vacant   lots. 

HAMILTON     STREET     (SOUTH) 

See    South   Hamilton    Street. 

HAMMOND   AVENUE 

326    South    to    Eagle— 13th    Ward. 
Vacant  Lots. 
West  Shore  Railroad  Crosses. 
Vacant   lots. 
2  Edward  J.    Green. 
4  Harry  Morrison. 
6  John  G.   McGraw. 
8  John   Wickman. 
10  Christian    Klein. 

HAMPDEN  AVENUE  OR  PLACE 

From    Near   726    Genesee    to    Carlile    Ave. — 
11th  Ward. 

1  Edward    Fellows. 

2  Homer   I.    Hutchins. 
4  Henry  E.  King. 

6  Margaret   Alzheimer. 

8  George  W.  Warrington. 
10  Charles    B.    Tyrell. 
10  Herbert  A.  De  La  Mater. 

12  William  I.  Meyers. 
15  Thomas  C.  Peters. 
15  Vacant.' 

HARPER    STREET 

507  Whitesboro  to  S.    H.— 14th   Ward.' 

1  Herbert  F;  Thomas. 

2  George  R.   Oastler. 

3  Roy  L.  Mealuo. 

4  Frank  J.  Soper. 

5  William   C.   Snyder. 

6  Theodore  Achen. 


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6  John  Wickman. 

7  Charles  R  Balis. 

8  Hugh   S.   Jones. 

9  William  O.  Jones. 
10  John  Howatt. 

10  George   W.    Richards. 

11  Henry  B.  Rice. 

11  Steve   S.   Keyes. 

12  Frank   X.    Bachuber. 

13  Vacant   lot. 

14  John    B.    Hoffmeister. 

14  John  C.  Frey. 

15  James  Quinn,  Sr. 

16  John   Clarke. 
'IS  Vacant  lot. 

20  William   G.   Watterman. 

HARRIET  STREET 

Holland    Ave    to    Oneida — 7th    Ward. 

HART    STREET 

Lincoln    Ave.   to    14   Tracy— 11th    Ward. 
Mandeville  St.   Ends. 

2  William  Hodgson. 
2  Henry   C.    White. 

2  Elizabeth   Rowe. 

3  Arthur  H.   Snitzler. 

3  Elizabeth  Leefeldt. 

4  Frank  B.  Koster. 

5  Edward  Krymicka. 

6  John   OTrien 

6  Sarah   A.    Ehle. 
6%  Vacant. 

6:2  Vacant. 

7  Fred  I.  Wilson. 
9  Frances  Kimlein. 
9  Vacant. 

11  George  W.  Ma  row. 
11  Jesse  J.  Williams. 

11  Mrs.   Agnes    Shaw. 
Cottage   Place   Cresses. 

12  Charles   W.    Mercer.  \ 

13  Juhn  E.  Johnson. 

13  John  Toung. 

14  Frank  Fojke. 
14  Ben   Hoffman. 

14  Frank  Gorski. 

15  Wlawslaw  Koravowsky. 

15  Andrew  Potocki. 

16  Evan  Jones. 

16%  Fred  R  Colegrove. 
16%  Charles  T.  Brady. 
William    St.    Crostes. 

18  Joseph  Sieulaszko. 

18  Alex.    Sievak. 

20  Mayck    Olicky 

20  Antonio  Zawada. 

22  Michael    Starczewski. 

22  Stamshar  Trompeznske. 

23  William   E.    Dondley. 

24  Tony    Srceck. 

24  Segmund  Potorzelska. 


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HART   STREET— Continued 

24  Michael   Tokarz. 
26  John  T.  Gregg. 
26  Isabelle    Reed. 
Henry   St.   Crosses. 
28  Joseph  Wehl. 
28  Harriet   A.    Puffer. 

30  Thomas  J.  Lawler. 
Klrkland  St.  Crosses. 

31  Isaac-  T.   Holt. 

31  LaMott  Holt. 

32  Michael  J.   Lawlor. 
32^4  Julius  Buchler. 

33  Brir.slaw  Florzyk. 

33  Victor  Boris. 

34  Charles    D.    Walz. 

35  Albert    N.    Warren. 

36  John   P.    Francisco. 
36  John  C.   Griffin. 

38  Alcnzo  J.  True. 

38  Charles  H.  Servatius. 
Plant   SL__C-cs3es. 

40  Fred  M.  Cheney. 

42  Vacant    let. 
Tracy   St.   Crosses. 

HAZELHTJRST  AVENUE 

Arcadia   to    Merriline    Ave, — 11th    Ward. 

Vacant  Lots. 

Jacob  Lazarcyk. 

Vacant  Lots. 
Hillcrest   Ave.    Ends. 

Jerry    Tomasel. 

Vacant  Lots. 
Argyle    Ave.    Ends. 

Vacant  Lots. 
Myrtle   Ave.   Ends. 

Vacant  Lots. 
Linden   Ave.   Ends. 

Vacant  Lots. 
Cliff  Ave.  Ends. 

HENRY     STREET 

520  State  to  7  Frances— 11th  Ward. 

1  A,    Benjamin    Tyler. 

2  George   H.    Lewis. 
2  John  R.  Griffith. 

2  Mrs.  Jchn  R.  Griffith. 

3  Frederick  J.   Bowne. 

4  William  Chamberlain. 

4  John  G.   Clulow. 

5  Mrs.   Charles  N.   Newell. 

5  Nelscn  R.   Gurley. 

6  James  H.    Reid. 

6  William  J.   Reid. 

7  Joseph  Joerissen.  . 

8  William  A.   Carson. 

8  Vacant. 

9  Henry  Martin. 


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10  William   C.   Wilsey. 

11  William    McGauley. 

12  Hannah  Jones. 

13  Jay   W.    Reese. 
13  Georgiana  Miller. 

Hart  St.   Crosses. 

15  Edward    Gabel. 

15  Mrs.   Julia   Baker. 

16  John  T.  Reed. 

17  Clinton   B.   Ashley. 

17  Emma    Russell. 

18  Lewis  -  Du    Moulin. 

19  Vacant 

19  Michael  H.   Maloney. 

20  Vacant. 

20  Sarah  A.  Jones. 

21  Henry   J.    Millar. 

21  Charles    B.    Fiear. 

22  Patrick  Daly. 
22  Maria    Erennan. 

22  Harry   Harrer 

23  Walter   J.    Spencer. 

23  Martin   J.   Kiniry. 

24  Arthur    T.    Wardale. 

24  William    R.    Roberts. 

25  Lyman   S.   Kellenger. 
28  Vacant. 

26  Richard   Roberts. 

26%   George  L.   Bohnenberger. 

27  Alida   Thrasher. 

28  Vacant. 

29  Abraham   Schneberg. 

30  Austin    H.    Peon. 
"1  Thomas  E.   Ryan. 

31  Vacant. 

32  Michael    J.    Murphy. 

33  Lawrence    Oberlies. 

34  George   Ruffrage. 

34  Rice    Mfg.     Co. 

35  Jrs?ph  H.   Arr"str,-ng. 
35  Charles  E.  ,Linkie. 

39  Walter  J.   Weigel. 
37  William  H.  Holmes. 
39  George  E.  Castle. 
39  Walter  J.   Weigel. 

HICK     STREET 

(Combined    with    Philip    St.    and    re-named 
West    Avenue). 

HICKORY     STREET 

Lincoln  Ave.  to  York — 9th  a*id  14th  Wards. 

1  Berton   Barney. 
1  Edward    Mootz. 
5  Bird.  Jones  &  Kenyon. 
Wheeler   Ave.    Crosses. 

G.    H.    Dimont    and   TJtica   Novelty 
and    Mill    Specialty    Co. 
Hamilton    Ave.    Crosses. 
N.  Y.,  O.  &  W.   Railroad  Crosses. 
McQuade  &  Bannigan. 
10  Arthur  Bartholomew. 

10  Evan   Jones. 

11  McQuade  &  Bannigan. 
11  Henry    Schuemaker. 
11  Arthur    Wells. 

11  Wheeler,   McQuade  &  Co. 

12  Arthur   Bearer. 

12  Charles  F.    Silcox. 
Schuyler  St.   Crosses. 
14-18  Vacant    lots. 

Eureka  Mower  Co. 

Bossert  Electrical  Construction  Co. 
20  Patrick    Kane. 
20  John    T.    Rogers. 
22  Thomas  Hughes. 
22  Moses    Elwood. 
24  Saul    Patterson. 


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HICKORY    STREET— Continued 

24  Thomas    Patterson. 
26  Martha  M.  Ennis. 
28-32  Edward    H.    Ennis. 
34  Katherine  Engler. 
36-38  Vacant  lots. 
39  Frances   Oberlies. 

39  Vacant. 

40  Robert   Ollerenshaw. 

40  George    Fauth. 

41  Vacant. 

42  Peter  J.   Bach. 

42  J.   Baptist  Bacb. 

43  Mrs.  Elizabeth  M.  Wagner. 

43  John  C.  Webber. 
West  Ave.  Crosses. 

44  Vacant  lot. 

46  Fred    Watkins. 

46  John    Zanner. 

48  Joseph    Lape. 

48  Charles   C.    Steffen,    Jr. 

50  Louis    Burnett. 

50  Elmer  F.  Hoffman. 

51  Bernard  Albicker. 

52  Robert   Eastwood. 

52  William    Pfeifer    Jr. 

53  Charles  O.  Fuchs. 
City   St.    Crosses. 

54  Frederick   XT.    Thomas. 
'"■  rr-:s  Peters. 

56  Ambrose   Roth. 

55  Herman  C.  Peters. 

58  Henry  Rahn. 

59  Benjamin  R.X^hltaker. 

60  Fritz  Nicke: 

60  Horatio   S.   Van   Valkenburg. 

61  Francis  T.   Lee. 

61  Samuel  Pinkstohe. 

62  Catharine   Ehlinger. 

64  Vacant   lot. 

65  Alfred    Gossing. 

66  John    Bowman. 
Vacant   lots. 

75  Joseph    Maier. 
Martin   St.  Crosses 

78  Elmer    L.    Hoffman. 
78  Benjamin  Thomas. 
80  Charles  Stadt. 
82  Frederick  Stadt. 
84  George  F.  Burkhart. 
84  Paul  Aprath. 
90  Will  H.  Nauer. 
90%    Daniel    E.    Liddy. 
95  Frederick    Zeh. 

HIGH    STREET 

Addlngton  Pface  to  James — 7th  Ward 
100-109  Vacant  Lots. 
102-106  Vacant   Lots 
10S  Robert  G.  Pritchard. 
108%  Mrs.  Edward  D.  Williams. 
109  William    Price. 
109  William  J.  Owens 

109  Mrs.  Eveline,  Gilbert. 

110  William  J.   Roberts. 
110%Adelord   J.    Tessier. 

111  Francis    Owen. 
111%  Elliot  H.  Stewart. 

112  William  L.   Swartz. 
112%  Joseph  D.  Hankinson. 

113  Edward   C.    Owens.  . 
113%  Charles   G.    Bennett. 

114  Mrs.   Ellen   Ward. 
11."  John  Davis 

115%  George  A.   Siegrist. 

116  Samuel  Bow-en. 

117  Myles  D.   Connor. 
117%John  G.  Jones. 


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117%   Thomas   Donohue. 

118  Vacant   Lots.- 

119  Joseph    J.    Brennan. 

119%    Anthony   A.    Ledermann. 

120  Evan    E.    Griffith. 

121  William    P.    Williams. 
121%   Henry   C.   Jackson. 
123  James   S.   Fitzgerald. 
125  Charles  F.  Gossin. 
\'J.~!  Thomas    Jenkins. 

129  Herman   G.    Gschwind. 
131  Herman  W.  Johnson. 
133  John   A.    Heintz. 
133  Charles    A.    Washburn 

HIGHLAND     AVENUE 


Brayton   Park   Fl.  to   City   Line- 
Champlain    Ave.    Crosses. 

10  Fred  Williams. 

11  Nazaire    Roullier. 
Inman    PI.    Crosses. 

12  L.  Dwight  Carpenter. 

14  Christian    Klossner. 

15  Clara  Guy. 

15  Frank  X.   Kiefl. 
1R  Vacant. 
17  Rudolph   Scrfultz. 
Tabcr    PI.    Crosses. 

IS  Charles  Peck. 

20  Vacant  Lots. 

21  Vacant. 

24  Bartholomew   Quinn. 

26  Vacant  Lot. 

27  Charles    Clowminzer. 

28  Benj.   Churchill. 
30-32  Vacant  Lots. 

33  Warner   Brainard. 

34  Henry  K.    Jensen. 
36  Vacant  Lot. 

4  Vacant. 

3  Mrs.   Lydia   C.   Owens. 
3  Frank   M.    Roberts. 
3  Flora   E.    Lord. 
3  Vacant. 

3  Albert    Ottenwalder. 
2  James    Mulhearn. 
1  Frank    Werthman. 
Kellogg    Ave.    Crosses. 

7  John   Klaus. 

8  Louis  N.  White. 
Downer    Ave.    Crosses. 

Vacant  Lots. 
Mathews    Ave.    Crosses. 

5  Dr.   A.   W.   Green. 
Vacant  Lots. 

Churchill    Ave.    Crosses. 

Vacant  Lots. 
Brayton    Park   Place   Crosses. 


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HILICREST  AVENUE 

Merriline    to    Hazelhurst    Ave. — 11th    Ward. 

Vacant  Lets. 

Tommy  Parczyk. 

Lawrence    Ave.  Ends. 

Vacant  Lots. 

Rozario  Soldato. 

Vacant  Lots. 

HOBAET    STREET 

335  Genesee  to  110  Steuben— 7th   Ward. 

1  Dr.    C.    T.    Haines. 

2  John   V.   Evans. 

3  Vacant. 

4  Frederick   L.    Guillaume. 

5  DeWitt   C.   Hurd. 
Oneida    St.    Crosses. 

7  James    P.    Sackett. 
9  Frank    A.    Prescott. 

8  Richard    R.    Martin. 
10  Lynden   H.   Wood. 

12  James   Sayre. 
-^14  Henry  J.    Garthside. 

15  William  H.  Patrick. 

16  William  G.  Edwards. 
18  Vacant. 

18  Louis    J.    Burr. 

19  Marcus  A.  Sunderland. 

20  Vacant    lot. 
22  Barn. 

24  Albert  W.   Fester. 
26  Lewis  B.  Manning. 
Kemble   St.   Crosses. 

29  Elizabeth  Dewey 

30  Peter  Crave. 

31  Barn. 

32  Mrs.   James  A.   Hughes. 

33  Isaac    E.    Manuel. 

35  William   S.   Morris,   M.   D. 

36  Archie   S.    Failing. 

36  Leon'  W.   Porter. 

37  Jacob  Faass. 

38  John  L.   Zoeckler. 

38  Roland    T.    Zoeckler. 

39  Fred   S.   Hone. 

40  Hugh  R.  Williams. 

41  Nicholas   Zarth. 

42  Mrs.    Julia    Morrarity. 

42  George  A.  Mattie. 

43  Catherine  McCluskey. 

43  Mrs.    Violet    Rogers. 

44  John  J.   Louis. 
Elm   St.   Crosses. 

45  John  M.  Buckley. 

46  Willard    H.    Soules. 

47  Henry  L.   Stroebel. 

48  Catharine   Lloyd. 
49%  James  H.  Frear,  Jr. 

49  Mrs.   Elizabeth  A.   Aitken. 


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50  Mrs.   Catherine  Welsh. 

51  Edwin  G.   Bevan. 
51%    George   G.   Hartlieb. 

52  Anthony    Schalk. 

53  Emil  V.  Vaeth. 

53%    Joseph   E.   Amrhein. 

54  Thomas    Costello. 

55  Mrs.    Edwin    C.   Haynes. 

56  Mrs.    Belle  Harris. 

56  Ellen  McLean. 

57  D.  Lloyd  Davies. 

58  Thomas    McMahon. 

59  Hug-h   L.   Jones. 

59  William  E.  Jones. 

60  Mrs.    Harriet    Mahlmann. 

61  Anna    Hoffman. 
61  Henry  D.  Roth. 

61  Bradford  McCracken. 

61  Charlotte  Wood. 

63  Frank  Pupura. 

■     63  Charles  B.  Kellogg. 

62  Catherine  A.  White. 

64  Mrs.    Pauline   McKenney. 
64  Charles  E.  Amrhein. 

66  Samuel  M.  Heath. 

67  Simon  D.   Jones. 

68  Catherine  McCloskey. 

68  Fred   Higgs. 

69  James  Kelley. 

70  Fred   A.   Horstmann. 

70  John  M.  Corduck. 

71  William  F.   Weiss. 

72  Charles   J.    Ritzel. 

73  Hugh  T.  Jones. 

73  William   W.    Meldram. 

74  Laura   H.    Jones. 

75  Harry  O.   Rathbun. 

75  Earl    B.    Worden. 

76  Michael  J.    Seufert. 

77  Frank  Roberts. 

78  David  J.   Williams. 

78  Christopher  Sorensen. 

79  Frank   B.    Lafferty. 

79  F.   Terrance   Marron. 

80  Thomas  H.  Jones. 

80  David  Jones. 

81  Charles  A.  Horr. 

82  Daniel  J.   Coakley. 
82  Gustavus  C.  Kiehm. 
84  John  H.  Brown. 

HODGE     AVENUE 

Ehlers  Ave.  to  Dwyer  Ave.,  Park  View — 8th 
Ward. 
Vacant  lots. 
Bartram   Ave.   Crosses. 
Vacant  lots. 
17  George   D.    Parker. 
Vacant  lots. 

H0L1AND    AVENUE 

12  Grant  to  Oneida  at  Cemetery— 7th  Ward. 

1  Alfred  H.  Kirkland. 

3  Kittle    M.    Day. 

4  J.   Sherman  Smith. 

5  Leslie    W.    Roberts. 
5%    Eugene  A.   Heiber 

6  James   H.   Brown. 

6  Mrs.   Clara  Gilmore. 

7  William  F.  Wallace. 
7%    Vacant 

9  Francis   T.    Lotz. 
11  Mrs.    Kate    Redmond. 
11  Joseph  M.   Roberts. 
10  Ernest  E.   Adams.  / 

10y2  C.   Hubert  Sweet. 
15  Rev.  John  Snape. 
15%    John   Tomlinson 
19  Charles  J.  Lamb. 


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HOLLAND  AVENUE— Continued 

19%  Miss  Eleanor  Broadhead. 

21  Curtis  J.    Irwin. 

21  George  F.  Hoffman. 

23  Fletcher  Robie. 

23%   Thomas  E.   Woolfenden. 
Pleasant  St.   (Parkway)    Crosses. 
West  Shore    RR.   Crosses. 
Vacant  lots. 

25  Edward  M.   Swiggett. 

27  Pascal   DeAngelis. 

27  Watson    T.    Dunmore. 

27  Edward   J.    Flynn. 

28  Mrs.  Mary  Cook. 

28  Charles    Pflanz. 

29  James   B.    Hague. 
29%   David  Hill. 

31  Vacant. 

33  David   P.    Brown. 

Vacant   lots. 
41  Walter   E    O'Connor. 
43  Willard   P.   Conrad. 
51  Mrs.  Hannah  L.  Calkins. 
53  Eugene  D.  Roberts. 

HOLLINGWORTH    STREET 

Jefferson    to   Albany — 13th    Ward. 

Vacant  Lota 

Barns. 

Vacant     Lots. 
Mllgate   St.    Crosses. 

Vacant     Lots. 
4 'Michael    B.    Farrell. 

Vacant    Lots. 
Bacon     St.     Crosses. 

Vacant    Lots 
Wetmore   St.    Crosses. 

Vacant  Lots. 

HOPE    STREET 

14  Schuyler  to    Barnes   Ave. — 2d   Ward. 
2  Vacant  lot. 

4  Edward    Spring. 

5  Vacant    Lot. 

6  Edward  L.   Delaney. 

7  Mary    Rettig. 

8  John   Kratzenberg. 

9  Vacant    lot. 

10  "William    H.    Silcox. 

10  Edward    Newton. 

11  John    Oeinck. 

12  Joseph    Falrbrother. 

13  Mrs.   Barbara  Hansmann. 

13  Emil  C.  Hansmann. 

14  Mrs.    Theresa   Sator. 

14  Michael   J.    Sator. 

15  Henry  C.   Yost. 

15  Floyd    Sherwood. 

16  Mrs.    Carrie  Price. 

17  Louis  Price. 

17  William  D.  Hawkins. 

18  John    H.    Kratzenberg. 

18  Charles   F.    Long. 
18%  George   Sharp. 

19  J.   George  Morath. 
19%  Joseph  H.  Landers. 

20  Edward    Smith. 

20  Gustave  Gau. 

21  Hess   &   Armstrong. 
I           21  Mrs.   Rose  Hess. 

21  Arthur    Dillinger. 

21  Charles    Brockets. 

21%    John   B.   Weynachter. 

22  Joseph    Surdyk. 

22  Arthur    J.    Armstrong. 

23  Josephine  Sebastian. 
23  Jacob    Seemann. 

25  Milton   V.   Armstrong. 

26  Joseph  Sangregoria. 


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27  Joseph   "U".    Ecir. 

28  Peter  Schafer. 

29  Mrs.   Mary  Stiefvater 

30  Joseph   Sitkowski. 

31  Herman  W.  Mursch. 

32  Nicholas   N.    Berg,    Jr. 

32  George  Sheppard. 

33  Nicholas    Osterman. 
35  Michael  Lutz. 

HOPPER    STREET 

253  Genesee  to  134/2  Park  Ave.   and  Steu- 
ben   Park — 4th    Ward. 
New    Century  Auditorium. 
King   St.    Begins. 

1  Dr.    C.    Gray   Capron. 

2  Tabernacle  Baptist   Church. 

3  Dr.   William  J.   Schuyler. 
5  Mary  F.  Powell. 

7  D.    P.   Phelps. 

9  Daniel  L.  McXamara,   M.   D. 

10  Miss  C.  d'A.  Williams. 

11  Coke  Memorial  Church. 
Union   St.    Ends. 

12  Isabell  G.   Barrows. 

13  Mary  A.  McGuire. 

14  Dr.  A.  C.  Hitzelberger. 

15  Frank   Voorhees. 
15  Edward  J.   Ryan. 

15  Mrs.    Ryan's    Millinery. 

16  Roscoe   C.   Ferguson. 

17  Dr.    Thomas   E.    McCralth. 

18  William    A.    Clark 

19  Mrs.    Ellen    Cotter. 

20  James  P.  Reiily. 

21  Frank   Vincent. 

21  Jacob   A.    Goldstone. 

23  Charles  H.  Chesbro,   M.   D. 

25  Dr.   Raymond  L.   Baker. 

HOTEL    STREET 

Water  to   Franklin   Sq. — 2d   and   3d   Ward*. 
2-4  W.  J.  Sullivan  Trucking  Co. 
6-8  Divine  Bros.  Co. 
Whltesboro    St.   Crosses. 

29  Fronts  on  Whitesboro   St. 
33  Barn.  • 

37  Roberts  Hardware   Co.    storehouse. 

38  LeRoy  Anderson. 

38  David  Green. 

39  Max  Finkelstein. 

39  Julius  Manning. 

40  John  Fyle. 

43  Nellie  Cooley. 

42  Emma  Putnam. 

43  Abraham  Manning. 

43  Julius   Manning. 

44  Frederick  J.  Wilkins. 

45  Paul   Hitzelberger. 
48  Emma  C.  Schram. 

50  Charles    Edmondson. 


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HOTEL  STREET— Continued 

49-55  L.  Warnick  Brown  &  Co. 

54  Arthur   H.    Anstey. 

57-65  Jones    of    Utica,    Trucking    and 

Storage  Co. 
58  Lucy  E.   Morris. 
65  L.   G.   Campbell  Milling  Co. 
67-69  D.   D.   Winston  &   Co. 
62-68  E.  D.'  &  A.  P.  Cronk. 
70  Willis  H.   Jones. 

72  C.   E.   Linkie. 

73  The  William  Trimbey  Co. 
75  Jones  of  Utica  Stables. 
76-78  C.  E.  Linkie. 

80  Vacant. 

79-81  T.  R.  Thomas  &  Co.,  Storage. 

84  Utica  Herald-Dispatch. 

86  Utica    Herald-Dispatch. 
Liberty    St.    Crosses. 

83  Thomas   J.    Griffiths. 
■Erie    Canal    Crosses. 

HOWARD    AVENUE 

12  Rutger  to  Pleasant — 4th  and  12th  Wards. 

2  Mrs.  Louise  Selden  Thompson. 

4  Hon.    William    Townsend. 

6  Robert  D.  Pierce. 

8  Dr.    Hugh    H.    Lenahan. 

8  John    J.    Mulligan. 
10  Arthur  D.  Whittemore. 
12  Arthur   J.    Foley. 
14  Vacant. 

14  Mrs.  Drena  J.  Bailey. 

15  Barn. 

16  Samuel   R.   Purdy. 

17  William   D.    Lyon. 

18  Emil  T.  Hertle. 

19  B.  Allen  Whiffen. 

20  George   S.   Ballard. 
■South   St.   Crosses. 

27-29  Calvary   Church. 
31  Rev.   E.   H.   Coley. 
33-35  Vacant   lots. 
34  Peter  W.  Dutton. 
36  Vacant.      • 

36  Mrs.    Theo.    G.    Beckwith, 

37  Humphrey  R.   Jones. 

38  Vacant   lot. 

39  George  J.   Kratzenberg. 

39  Frank  Lankton. 

40  James   F.    Cahill. 

41  George  W.  Richards. 

41  George  A.  Loewenberg. 

42  Mrs.   Juliana  W.   S.   Haskell. 

43  John   B.   Kivlen. 

43  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Schremp. 

44  Mrs.   Delia  M.  Jacobus. 
44  Hyman    Katzmann. 


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45  William  Watson,  Jr. 

46  Mrs.  Mary  Patterson. 

46  Joseph  V.  Essel. 

47  Mrs.    Mary    Gaffney. 

48  Thurston    A.    Odames. 

50  Mrs.   Jane   Jones. 

51  Mrs.    Rachael    Conboy. 
51  Mrs.  Jennie  E.   Keavey. 

51  Vacant. 

52  John   E.   McLoughlin. 

53  A.   Robertson   Perkins. 

54  William  F.   Dacey. 

55  Milton  Williams. 

56  Elizabeth    L.    Leo. 

56%  George  A.    Townsend. 

57  Robert  J.   Derby. 

57  Edward  D.  Hamer. 

58  Albert    C.    Llcyd. 

58  Arthur    M.    Roberts. 

59  J.  Thomas  McGuire. 
60-61  Vacant   lots. 

62  Newton    Howe. 

62  Frank    G.    Lankton. 

63  Mrs.   Sophia  Edgerton. 

64  Dennis  G.   Maxwell. 

65  William  J.    Griffiths. 

66  George  W.   Farrar. 

67  Stuart  F.  Day. 

68  Vacant   lot. 
Eagle   St.   Crosses. 

70  Charles  E.  Allen. 

71  Vacant. 

71  George   B.   Neely. 
71  Frances    E.    DeLong. 
71  Mrs.   Dora   A.   Hamlin. 
71  Maurice   W.    Williams. 

71  Vacant. 

72  Charles    A.    Xardell. 

73  Oscar  A.  Wheeler. 

74  Thomas  M.  Oliver. 

74  Charles  H.  H.  Sippel. 

75  Edward  C.  Wehl. 

76  Mrs.  Catherine  Cassidy. 

76  John   W.    Williams. 

77  L.    Fitch    Pattengill. 
771/2  Fred   Martin. 

77%  Charles    R.    DuNoyer. 

78  Frederick  W.  Schill. 

79  James    Kimball. 

80  Jesse   E.   Jones. 

81  Mrs.   Mary  Jones. 

82  J.  Alfred  Diel. 

83  Charles   H.    Winant. 

84  Elizabeth    Riordan. 

85  George  M.   Boyd. 

85  Charles  T.  Evans. 

86  Frank  H.   Clark. 

87  William   R.   Williams. 

88  William  W.  Ames. 

89  Curtis  C.   Stange. 

89  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Williams. 

90  Fred  D.  Woodworth. 

91  Edward   Shotthafer. 

92  Richard   G.   Jones. 

93  George   W.   Reed. 
Leah  St.  Crosses. 

94-96  Vacant   lots. 
95  Giles  D.  Bennett. 
97  Albert    J.    Rehms. 
97  Mary  Taggert. 
97  Mrs.   Mary   B.   Bowen. 
97  Clark  H.  Snyder. 
97  Edward  H.   Quinn. 
97  Floyd  W.  Fenner. 

97  John  G.  Duffy. 

98  William  D.  Winston. 

99  Christina  Schmidt. 


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HOWARD  AVENUE— Continued 

99  Thomas  Houston. 
100  Frank  F.  Denison. 
101-105  Olivet    Presbyterian     Church. 
102  Peter  Schantz. 

104  Mrs.   Elizabeth   Sefton. 

106  Samuel  D.   Root. 

107  Joseph  J.   Coffay. 

105  Jchn  Seder. 

108%  Rev.   Arthur  S.   Brown. 
109  Daniel  F.  O'Nell. 

109  John   G.   Thomas. 

110  Milton    R.   Williams. 

110  Mrs.   Hannah   L.   Gawne. 

111  William  H.   Roberts. 

111  John  E.  Jcnes. 
Square  St.  Crosses. 

112  Mrs.  Eliza  Xeyenhouse. 

112  David  L.   Cohen. 

113  Harry  A.   Tine. 

115  John  B.   Decker. 

116  Asa  K.  Maxson. 

116  Helen  M.  Barnum. 

117  John    R.    Stryker. 

117  John  A.  Jenkins. 

118  Frederick  J.  Boehlert. 

119  Thomas  M.   Jones. 

119  S.  Matteson  Cook. 

120  F.   C.   Chevalier. 

120  Charles    H.    Rolling. 

121  William   M.   Pritchard. 

121  Henry  A.  Coffay. 

122  John  H.   Watkins. 

122  Mary  E.  Creighton. 

123  Nettie  A.   Wells. 

123  Matthew  Riley. 

124  Mrs.   Mary  Philips. 

124  Eliza  A.  Thompson. 

125  James   A.   Thomas. 

126  John  Kauth. 

126  Mrs.  Mary  L.  Hatfield. 

127  William  J.  White. 

128  Vacant 

128  John   Soley  Cole. 

129  Richard  H.   Weaver. 

130  Charles  Franz. 

130  Margaret  Cahill. 

131  James  H.  Fay. 

132  Charles   E.    Morgan. 

132  Mrs.  Alice  Alexander. 

133  Bernard  T.   Steber. 

134  Edward  W.   Sweeney. 
■—        134  John   R.   Thomas. 

135  George  Pemberton. 

135  Mrs.    Catharine   Howe. 

136  Heber  A.  Bennett. 

137  Levi   A.  Lincoln. 
137%  Frank  H.  Holman. 

138  Margaret  Warr. 

139  Melvln  B.  Ray. 

139  Bernard   P.    Geer. 

140  Stephen  P.  Pugh. 
Arthur  St.  Crosses. 

141  Jerry  J.  Lyons. 

14iy2  Albert  H.  Hollenbeck. 

142  Frank   Trosset. 

143  Frederick  C.  Weilhamer. 

143  Erastus  C.  Scott. 

144  George  W.  Gray. 

145  William  E.  Manning. 

145  Arthur  N.  Frisbie. 

146  John  G.  Jones. 

146  William    P.    Thelen. 

147  Norman  Locke. 

147  Evan   Morris   Edwards. 

148  Frederick   G.    Reusswig. 
14J  Duncan  E.  Fuller. 


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150  Ward  B.   Edwaids. 

151  Henry  Weiler. 

152  George  P.  Leahy. 
152%  Clifford  H.   Rudes. 

153  Vacant. 

154  Evan  T.  Williams. 
154%  Fred  Homrighouse. 

155  Celeste   Batley. 

156  Frank  A.  Bowen. 
West  Shore  RR.   Crosses. 

157  Frank   P.   McNevin. 

158  Vacant   lot. 

159  Owen    W.     Roberts. 

161  Evan   Williams. 

162  Walter  A.  Harris. 

163  John  G.  Roberts. 
163%  Thomas  H.   Hughes. 
164%  William   H.    Jones. 

165  Herbert  R.  Hemmens. 

166  Wallace    P.    Cheney. 

167  Robert  W.   Jones. 

168  Henry  C.  Healy. 

169  H.    Burton    Jones. 

170  Mervin   T.   Pittman. 

171  David   P.   Salisbury. 

172  Frank  A.   Thomas. 

172  Emma  Worall. 

173  Kobeit  O.  Williams. 

174  Vacant   lot. 

175  V,  anam    P.    Snyder. 

176  Mrs.   David   W.   Evans. 

177  Mrs.  Kittie  B.  White. 

178  Frederick    S.    Schindler. 

179  William    H.     Smith. 

180  Evan  W.  Parry. 
180  Charles  Doane. 

182  Jane    Savage. 

183  Daniel   W.    Griffith. 

184  Edward    Sweeney. 

185  William  E.   DeVine. 

186  Peter  Eckhardt. 

186  John   White. 

187  Ferdinand   E.    Schultz. 

188  J.    Ward   Willis. 

188  Eugene    B.    Canfleld. 

189  Vacant   lot. 

190  Loftus  Emdin. 

191  Maria  L.   Royce. 

192  Barn. 

193  Thomas    Mandeville. 

194  John  A.   Squires. 

195  Vacant   lot. 

196  Mrs.    Agnes   M.    L.    Balch. 

197  John    D.    Duggle'oy. 

198  Vacant  lot. 

199  Vacant  lot. 

200  Burton   H.    Roberts. 

200  Barton    H.    Evans. 

201  John  Dwyer. 
201  Joseph  Morris. 


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CLOTHES,  HATS,  FURNISHINGS, 
SHOES  FOR  MEN  AND  BOYS 

Cor.  LaFayette  and  Seneca  Sis. 


HOWARD   AVENUE— Continued 

James    St.    Crosses. 

202  Charles   E.    Nicholson. 

202  William  M.  Johnson. 

203  Frank  E.  Loraime. 
203  Harry  L.  Waterman. 
203  Joseph  Fleishman. 

203  Warren    Mandeville. 

204  E.  Lewis  Morgan. 

205  Sidney  A.  Dobbins. 

206  James  N.   Palmer. 

206  Walter  Garfield  Jones. 

207  Clarence  F.   Glave. 

208  Irwin  R.  Evans. 
208%  Fred  Beisiegel. 

209  John  J.  Klein. 

210  Corliss   N.    Woleott. 
210%  Fred  Brown. 

211  Louis   R.    Gray. 

212  Edward  F.   Miller. 
212%  Vacant. 

213  John  E.  Wagar. 

214  House  being  built. 

215  Ben  F.  Hurst. 

216  Vacant  Lot. 

217  Vacant. 

218  William  J.  Weston. 

219  Earl  C.  Denyes. 

220  Vacant  lots. 

221  Mrs.   Lucy   Goetz. 

222  Clarence    Simmonds. 

223  George  A.   Balch. 
224-230  Vacant   lots. 
225  Benjamin  J.   Bowen. 
227  Vacant. 

229  Arthur  F.  Niermeyer. 

231  Leonard   Judkins. 

233  Vacant   lot. 

232  Arthur  R.   Wilcox. 

234  Ray  S.  Risley. 

236  George    Fancy,    Jr. 
240  Fred   Seifert. 
242  Vacant   Lot. 
251  Charles  H.   Sabine. 
255  Vacant  lot. 

HOYT     STREET 

104   Whltesboro    to    Water— 2d    Ward. 
1  Anthony   Malcewicz. 
1  Adam     Levandowski. 
1  Joseph   Jaruscki. 
1  Margaret   Kozlowski. 

1  Ignacy  Kurkowski. 

2  Rebecca   Bernstein. 
4  Harry  S.    Cotler. 

4  Ezra  Tator. 

5  Bolestaw  Dombrowski. 
6%  Stanislaw  Marcinak. 


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6%  Boleslaw  Komperda. 

10  John   Gumienak. 

7-9  Coal  Shed. 
10  Julian  Prititzki. 

12  Philip    L'gerik. 

12  Joseph  Kauchaschis. 

18  Jacob  Mettelman. 

20  Jacob  Kay. 

20  Jacob  Mettelman. 

13-19  Barns. 

HU3BELL     STREET 

122    Broad   to   171    Elizabeth— 8th   Ward. 
1  Domenico  Talerico. 
12  Vacant. 

20  Frank   Del  Vecchio. 

21  Carmin  Scarso. 
21  Uglianno    Calloso. 

21  Fred  Tavero. 

22  Vacant  lot. 

23  Angelo  Donate 

23  Maurizzia   Givoneti. 

23  Mike  Scarsso. 

22-24-26  Utica  Fixture   Co. 

25  Frank   Garcesco. 

25  Frank   Denicala. 

25  Stefano  Samontien. 

29  Luigi  Gnudico. 

30  Luigi  Madrulli. 

31  John  Paladino. 
31  John  Launer. 
33  Vacant. 

St.    Crosses. 

37  Paul  Gigante. 

39  Budd  L.   DeLong. 

41  Arthur  Wolffe. 

42  Ferdinando  Copo. 

42  Castanzo  Viola. 

43  George  H.   Casler. 
46  Giacomo  Scalise. 

46  Ferdinando  .Cerra. 

47  James  Casler. 

49  Mary  Barton. 

50  Fred  Prumo. 

50  Pasuale  Daprano. 
50  Paul  Ferro. 
50  Mateo  Millazo. 

50  Leonardo  Tinelli. 

51  Vincenzo  Sacco. 
51  Joseph  Peters. 

Bleecker  St.   Crosses. 

63  John  Pastori. 

64  Sam  Grande. 

64  Joseph  Lanotica. 

64  Nicola    Sparagno. 

65  Garia  William.  1 

65  Luigi    Volpa. 

66  Angelo  A.  Idicola. 

67  Vacant. 

67  Vacant. 

68  Charles  Defazio. 

HUMBERT    AVENUE 

Mohawk   to    George   Place — 13th    Ward. 
1  Frederick  J.  Keim. 

Edward   W.    Fisher. 

Peter  E.   Smith. 

Daniel  J.   Sullivan. 

Vacant  lot. 

William  E.   Owens. 
11  Charles  T.  Deitz. 
11%  Mrs.    Nellie    Bartlett. 

15  Thomas  F.    Donohoe. 

16  Charles  J.  Breen. 

17  James  H.   Montena. 
19  Peter  C.  Hill. 
21  Frank  E.   Dolan. 
21  Frank  J.  Haag. 
23  Mrs.   Ellen  McGlynn. 


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HUMBERT  AVENUE— Continued 

25  Mrs.  Hannah  Garnsey. 
27  Mrs.   Mary  F.   Lowery. 

29  George   E.   Herbig. 

HUNTINGTON    STREET 

Columbia  to   Court — 9th   Ward. 
2  Mary  A.   Conway. 
6  Charles  H.  F.  Agne. 

6  Matino  &  Nelson. 

7  John    Murphy. 

7  John  J.  Callahan. 

8  Walburga  Brunnett. 

9  Charles  Rawbotham. 
11  August   Kohler. 

11  Fred  Kohler. 

11  Ellen  Hannigan. 
Cooper  St.   Crosses. 

16  John  M.  Jones. 

18  Carl   L.   Kuebler. 

19  Alfred   D.    Lane. 

20  Enoch  Jones. 

21  James   O'Reilly.    • 
21  Edward   Wickham. 

i    22  Feter  G.  Gummer. 

23  Catharine   O'Hanlon. 

24  Stanley  Potter. 

24  Anna  Briggs. 

25  William   Darling. 

25  Charles  C.  Rlsley. 

26  Clayton  Boratin. 
2fi  Michael  Masiasz. 

27  Mike  Paprol. 

27  John  Kaura. 

28  John  Dynak. 
Spring    St.    Crosses. 

30  Stephen  Swiatck. 

32  Estelle   Evans. 
32V2  George  L.   Lux. 

33  Frank  Scygel. 

33  y2  Jacob  Nowak. 
33%  Frank    Szczygiel. 

34  Edward   D.   Fitzpatrick. 
34  Chester  Maxfield. 

34  Lewis  Knowles. 

35  Maggie   Roberts. 
35  August  Fehrman. 

35  Fred  Ehinger. 

36  Edward  E.  Gurry.' 

36  Thoman    G.    Munckton. 

37  Olive  "Waterman. 

37  Edward   Fagan. 

38  Mary  Twit. 

40  Lawrence  Helmer. 
40  Edward  Wengert. 

INMAN    PLACE 

Whltesboro     to     Highland     Ave.— (Not     In 
City   Limits). 
1  Vernon  E.   Crane. 
7  Nelson  Powell. 
9  Joseph    Jetty 
9  Louis  Palardy. 

12  John  B.  Brldgeman. 
12  Vacant. 

17  Henrietta    Stegman. 

JACOB     STREET 

Hope   to    N.   Y.   C.    Railroad— 2d   Ward. 

1  Frank    Plete. 
Barn. 

JAMES    STREET 

221   Oneida   to  282   Mohawk — 11th,   13th   and 
15th  Wards. 
100  Vacant  lots. 
102  The  Virginia  Apartments. 
102  James  H.  Goodier. 


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102  John    T.    Garvey. 
102  Clifford  E.   Rundel. 
102  Eugene    Landenberger. 
102  Leon  G.  Ross. 
106-107  Vacant  lots. 
108-112  James  Street  SchooL 
113  Charles  L.   Williams. 
117  A.  H.  Boyce. 
..    121  Robert  Boyce. 

125  William   K.   Doblar. 
Kemble   St.   Cresses. 

209  Floyd  B.  Westfall. 
212  John   F.   Gaston. 

212  Mrs.  Hans  Petersen. 

213  Frank  O.  Marsh. 

216  Harry    Smith. 

217  Dr.   Dan  E.   Pugh. 
219  John    M    Jones 
219  John  G  Roberts. 

223  Mary   D.   Moore. 

224  Mary  A.  Nugent. 

224  William  A.  Davis. 

225  Vacant  lot. 

226  Clarence    Stetson. 
228  Vacant  lot. 

Elm   St.    Crosses. 

313  Michael   J.    Buckley. 

313  Mary  Hicks. 

313  Arthur    L.    Rego 

317  Mrs.   Mary  Doyle. 
Park.  /  . 

323  Edward  W.   Hill. 

3;23  George   W.    Smith. 
High   St.   Ends. 
Steuben    St.    Crosses. 
West   Shore    RR.   Crosses. 

361  Adolph    Behr. 

365  "William  A  Dillon. 

409-451  Barns. 

40<*  John   E.  Williams. 

408  Vacant. 

412  Ralph  M.   Smith. 

412  William  Heiland. 

412  Joseph    J.   Reith. 

416  Frank  J.   Tirrell. 

420  Mrs.   Margaret  P.   Jones. 

420  Merritt  Hall. 
West  St.   Crosses. 

509  Christian  P.  Sorenson. 

513  John   Hughes. 

513  Vacant 

517  Peter  J.   Curley. 
Miller  St.  Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 
Howard    Ave.    Crosses. 

702  Harry  L  Waterman. 

702  J.    Fleischmann. 

702  John    Dwyer. 

702  Warren    Mandeville. 

704  Frank   E.    Loralne. 


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•  JAMES  STREET— Continued 

707  Vacant. 

708  Vacant. 

710  Edmund  Lyon. 
712  Ernest    Riegler. 

714  Albert    Schoen. 

715  Charles   Peckham. 
715  Edward   W.   Canfleld. 
720  Alice   L.    Brown. 

Nellion    St.    Crosses. 
802  Vacant. 
804  Henry  J.  Neale. 
806  Walter   Flansburg. 
806  Eva    Skieska. 
808  Vacant. 
808  Frank  E.  Olcott. 
Seymour   Ave.   Crosses. 
Vacant  lots. 
902  Vacant. 
915  Frank   Klein. 
Dudley   Ave.   Crosses. 

1001  Lawrence   W.   Rider. 
Vacant  lots. 
Brlnckerhoff  Ave.  Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 
Taylor  Ave.  Crosses. 
Vacant  lots. 
Third  Ave.   Crosses. 

JASON    STREET 

89   Erie  to   1702  Whitesboro — 6th  Ward. 
1  Henry  Schmidt. 

3  Charles   Weigelt. 

4  Stephen    Kolarie. 

4  Andrew    Polczynski. 
4  'Mary  George. 

4  Joe    Abdallah. 

5  George    E.    Cowels. 

6  Ignas   Polczynski. 

7  Martin    G.    Schwartz. 

7  G.    Royce  Jones. 

8  Adeline  Arndorfer. 

8  George  M.  Metzger. 

9  Owen   Griffith. 

9  Frederick  W.  Wollin. 
Parker   St.    Ends. 

10  William  Meyer. 
11-13  Vacant  lots. 
12  Minnie  F.  Hoffman. 
12  Fred  F.  Emden. 

14  Walter   W.    Custer. 

15  Andrew    N.    Eddy 

15  Fred  C.   Watson. 

16  John  Le  Favour. 
16  Augustus  Friedel. 
18  Ethbert  L.  McGraw. 
20  George  L.  Carey. 

20  Charles  H.    Salisbury. 


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21  Garret  J.   Van   Baasten 

21  Leonard  G.    Gardner. 

22  Jacob   Heiper. 

22  Andrew  Alsheimer. 

22  Harry  F.   Bayliss. 

23  Barn. 

24  Albert   O.    Hesse. 
24  John  E.   Wilder. 
24  Frank  J.   Greir.er. 
26  William  J.   Wuest. 
28  Christian  Scheehl. 

23  Frank   X.    Wuest. 

JAY    STREET 

Franklin    to    14    Nichols — 4th,    5th    and    8th 
Wards. 
Weigh  Lock  Building 
2-6  Athletic  Knitting  Co. 

Utica  Hosiery   Co. 
8  Loftus  &  Hoch. 
16  Julius  A.  Schultze. 
18-20  Goodenow  Printing  Co. 
John  St.   Crosses. 

21-23  Cymric   Printing  Co. 
Field  &  Start  Warehouse. 

24  Frank    Court. 

26  Winslow    &    Gallagher. 

30-34  John   Jacobs,   Imperial   Hotel. 

39-41  Daniel   Sabine   Warehouse. 

43-45-47  Vacant. 

44  Vacant. 

44  Mary  Johnson. 

44  Charles  Lippings. 

45  Vacant. 

Rear  Bender  Theater  Bldg. 
46-48  Rear    of    Whiffin's.  .    ^ 

50-54-56  Utica  Motor  Car  Co. 
55-59  Italian  Macaroni  Co. 
60-62  Elbeouf  Knitting   Co. 
First  St.   Crosses. 

61  Mohawk   Valley   Cap   Factory,    Box 
Dept. 

64  Exchange  Hotel. 
72  Barns  and  Sheds. 

63  Utica  Ice  Cream  Co. 

65  Cresent  Bread  Co.  Barn. 
68  Barn. 

74  Nusbaum's   Blacksmith   Shop. 
76  Samuel   Freeman. 
76  Katie  Jackson. 

79  Leahy's  Laundry  Barn. 

80  John  Salamone. 

80  Joe    Banuccio. 
82-90  Sheds. 

81  F.   E.   Conley  Stone  Co. 
Park  Ave.  Crosses 

94  Oostantino   Zinicola. 

94  Michael    Buoni. 

95  Vacant. 

98  Antonio    Capano. 

98  Guisseppi    Collia. 
100  Augostino   Sposito. 
102  Lorenzo  Cellino. 
102  Francesco  Amadio. 
Second  St.  Crosses. 

104  Angelo   Zanzone. 

105  Mrs.   Rosa  Pellettieri. 
105  Michael   Pellettieri. 
105  Concetta   Romano. 

108  John  Altieri. 

109  Lenardo    Martoccio. 

110  Pasquale  Gardillo. 

110  Guisseppi    Caramodi. 

111  Jerry  Flow.. 

111  Ray  Laporte. 

112  Frank  Caruso. 

112  Thomas  L.  Christopher. 

113  Emil   Teso. 


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113  Carmela  Armowa. 
113  Mosea  Germanio. 
114-116  Vacant  lots. 

115  Luigi  Basile. 

,  115  Vincenzo    Carro. 

116  Vacant   Lot. 

117  John   Casaletto. 

118  Frank  Foletico. 

119  "Vacant. 

120  Vincenzo  Zangrone. 
120  Donato   Spattuzo. 
120  Salvatore    Marthage. 

120  Frank  Marthage. 

121  Francesco   Palmieri. 

121  Frank  Falotlco. 

122  Salvatore  Spost. 

123  Michael  Motto. 
125  John  Alessandro. 

125  Vacant. 

126  Joseph   Arabio. 
126  Vincent    Ferrio. 
126  Antonio  Pinto. 
126  Vacant. 

127-131  La  Tosca  Tarn  Mill. 
123  Vacant  lot. 

130  Vacant. 

132  Jacquema    DelMonte. 
132  Carmine  Pristera. 

131  Frank  Mattea. 
131  Guisseppi    Ruoffi. 
134  Maria   Fratta. 
136  Augustino  Rizzo. 
136  John  Asselta. 

136  Antonio  Pontonero. 

137  La  Tosca  Waste  House. 

139  Mary  Fusaro. 

140  Vacant. 

142  Domenico   Granieri. 

142  Paul  Mozzatta. 

143  Guisseppi  Demiancr. 

143  Pasquale    Morfani. 

144  Archangelo-  Altiera. 

145  Vacant. 

146  Pasquale    Capri. 
146  Frank  Falvo. 

146  Raffaelo   Falvo. 

147  Vacant. 

147  Vacant. 

148  Domenico  Davis. 

149  Guisseppi   Parrotta. 
150-152  Francesco   Curio. 

Third   Ave.    Crosses. 

The  Gulf  Brewing  Company. 

155  The  Eagle   Brewery. 
•Gulf   Crosses. 

1S4  Francesco   Gulando. 
184  Dominick  Tarannella. 

156  Bendetto    Rizzo. 
187  Mosco   Nicholas. 

187  Joseph  Dagostino. 

188  Julietta   Pinto. 

188  Marianno  Farda. 

189  Aniello  Angrisano. 

190  Rocco    Paciella. 
190  Luigi   Olita. 

190  Rear,  Rocco  Olita. 

191  Joseph    Sammarco. 
191  Peter  Risutta. 

191  Giovanni  Radeschi. 

192  Angelo  Cabrini. 

193  Antonio   Pacillo. 
193  John  Marks. 
193  Jerad  Pacillo. 

193  Thomas   Gilfuso. 

193  Antonio   Tarrzino. 

193  Nicola   Spaduzza. 


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194  John    Munzltta. 

194  Francesco    Fursinetti. 

194  Nicholas   Compofredano. 

194  Thomas    Grleco. 

195  Mike  Torrisano. 

195  Francesco  Torrisano. 

196  Antonio    Geraci. 

197  Frank   Romanza. 
198*4   Vincenzo  LaPagila. 
199  Pasquale  Romano. 
199  Giuseppe  Romano. 

199  Dominick  Romano. 

200  Vacant   lot. 

201  Father  Joseph   Formla. 
201  Rev.  Matteo  Pellegrine. 

201  St.   Mary's  Mt.   Carmel  School. 

202  Vacant. 

202  Carl    Locariva. 

203  Ignazio    Danno. 

203  Nick  Gentile. 

204  Vacant  lot. 

205  Vacant. 

206  Donato   Ilapaolo. 

207  Lorenzo    Gilliths. 

208  Vacant   lot. 

210  Pasquale   Marino. 

210  Luigi   Vedetto. 

214  Pasquale  Salvatore. 
,  214  Jerry   Fiore. 
'  216  New   Building. 

216-230  Vacant  lots. 
Mohawk   St.   Crosses. 

232  Vincenzo  Arcurio. 

232  Antonio   Leono. 

233  Frank  Barbano. 
233  Bruno  Fava. 
234-236  Vacant   lots. 
235  Munzio   Quariaro. 
235  Pasquale    Bonaddio. 
237-239  Vacant  lots. 
238  Salvatore    Fushano. 
238  Francesco   Maligese. 
240  Jerry   Rose. 

240  Vincenzo  Rose. 

240  Guisseppi    Schan. 

241  Sa'vatcie     Benedetto. 
242-243  Vacant  lots. 

244  Gaetano  Vinvenzo. 

244  George  Charlie. 

245  Maria    Battista. 

245  Albert  Muttura. 

246  Jail  Yard. 

247  Josephine  Vigno: 
247  Guisseppi  Notari. 
249  Notall    Carbonne. 

251  Mrs.   Eliza  J.   Griffin. 
252-255  Vacant   lots.  , 

257  Antonio  Citrmiti. 
257  Michele  Curriano. 


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261  Italian  Tenement. 
265  Antonio  Perinazzo. 

265  Rufus    Nuzes. 

266  May  Mahoney  . 

269  Rocco  V.   Fucco. 

270  Felice  Rotundo. 
270  Domenick  Gradizei. 

270  Guisseppi    Maori. 

271  Joseph   Giradi. 
271  Joseph   Romano. 

271  Sebastiano  Damato. 

272  Vacant. 

273  Lorenz   Acubello.  . 
275  Frank   Emma. 

275  Rocco  Urga. 

276  Michello  Pepe. 

276  Saverio  Pepe. 

277  Pasquale  De  Branca. 
277  Lucia  Dorefice. 

280  Angelo   Branchi. 
280  Carmino    Fillitto. 
282  Luigi   Broadia. 
282  Carlo    Congelo. 
2S5  Anna  Grieco. 

285  Santo  Carra. 

286  Antonio    Carafulo. 

286  Rocco   Dote. 

287  Vacant  lot. 

290  Mrs.  Victoria  Morath. 

291  Rosario  Darpa. 
291  Felice    Viggiano. 
291  John   Juvannari. 
293  Giovanni  Addorisio. 

293  Tomaso  Leso. 

294  Antonio   Donato. 
294  Nicola    Donato. 
295-297  Vacant  lots. 
296  Nicholas   Murimari. 
296  Gerardo  Muro. 

298  John  Castano. 

298  Frank   Catarino. 

299  Ralph   Debrance. 
299  Peter  Tomaino. 
299  Frank  .Calennso. 
302  Frank    Callenso. 
302  Biagio  Caramadre. 

302  Albert  DiFeore. 

303  Carmelo  Graziano. 
305  Peppina  DeRossa. 
305  Lorenzo  Pentolfe. 
306-307-309  Vacant  lots. 
311  SemoMirarchi. 

HubbeU  St.  Crosses. 
-312-318  Vacant  lots. 
313  Thomas    Durano. 
315  Daniel  Buckley. 
315  Philip   Nicola. 
319  Tony  Longo. 


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319  Michael   Madariesi. 

319  Frank  Angelini. 

320  Ella  Lyons. 

321  Vacant  lot. 

322  George   Schultze. 

322  Charles  E.  Bengough. 

323  Grover    Dunham. 

323  Louis  Clark. 

324  Elizabeth  Schultz. 

324  Elizabeth   St.   John. 

325  Luigi  DiPierro. 
325  James    LaBella. 
325  Carlo  Grieco. 
327  Michael  Pepe. 

327  Antonio  Pandolf. 

328  James  A.  Cashman. 

329  Guisseppi  Goati.  i 
329  Guisseppi  Sacco. 

330-332  Vacant  lots. 
331  Chasiero  Phillipo. 
334  Francesco  Ziona. 
334  Tomaso  Bervendano. 
338  John   Reardon. 
340  Frank   Arcure. 

340  Clayton   Bouck. 

341  Michael  Sandro. 
341  Alfonzo  Via. 
343  Vacant  lot. 

344-346  Parish    House,    Church    of    tho 

Holy  Cross. 
345  Frank   Mangone. 
348-356  Vacant    lots. 
357-389  John   E.   Brandgee   School. 
358  Chapel  of  the  Holy  Cross. 
360  Mrs.    Catharine  Balch. 
360  John    R.    Ellis. 
362  Vacant   lot. 

364  Frank  Beyer. 
366  Vacant   lot. 

365  Giovanni  Anguili. 
368  Edmond  Gardillo. 
370  Vacant  lot. 

372  Paul   De    Santi. 

374  Leon  Luciano. 

376  Frank    Malone. 

376  Antonio  Pietronastro. 

378  Vacant  lot. 

380  "William  McSweeney. 

380  Joseph    Torpy. 

382  Vacant  lot. 

384  R.  J.  Reylea. 

384  Vito  Abbate. 

386  John   Fish. 

386  John   Palmieri. 

388  John  Mauiccoro. 

390  James   Colccio. 

390  Antonio  Maluttes. 

390  Xavler  Wets. 

391  Vincenzo   Paige. 
391  Angelo  Capaccio. 

392  Rocco  Perretta,   Store  House.  " 
393-395  Vacant   lots. 
397  Gaetano  Gerondeo. 
397  Donald   Fegarolll. 
399  Vacant  lot. 
401  Ciotta   Costatino. 
401  Rocco    Puella. 
403  Grannino   Donato. 
403  Michael  Grazadiel. 
Kossuth   Ave.   Crosses. 
403%    Vacant. 
416-426  Vacant  lots. 
425  Rocco  Perretta. 
428  Luigi  Rossatti. 

428  Nicola  Nole. 

429  Frank   Perretta. 

429  Matthew  Vlttuccl. 

430  Antonio  Lorenzo. 


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430  Chester  Meulla. 

431  "Vacant  lots. 

433  Eugene  Walts. 

434  Michael  Graniero. 

434  Louis  Grande. 

435  William  Kowalsky. 
435  Joseph   Flnll. 

437  Rocco  Garomone. 
439  Pasquale    Pattzia. 
439  Sylvester  Satonlno. 
439  Rocco  Cuntl. 
439  Pasuale  Naasti. 

439  Guisseppi  Agorla. 

440  Angelo  Martino. 
440  Saverlo  Zasa. 

440  Pasqualle    Alitta. 

442  Valentino  Franciesco. 

441  Vacant   Lots. 

443  Frank  Garramono. 
443  Nicolini   Altiero. 
443    Verno  Gulio. 

443  Sylvester  Santoneno. 

444  Frank  Dellecese. 
444  Frank  Felimano. 
444  Carlo  Angullo. 
444  Fred   Spenello. 
444  John   Pasolli. 

446  Francesco  Chilciano. 
448  Gedeone  Flemma. 
445-449  Vacant  lots. 
450  Pasquale  Bilaccio. 
450  Dominick  Galiaferri. 
450  Albert  Taliaferri. 
450%  Angelo  Maggiolino. 
452  Angelo  Maggilino. 
457  Santo  Levrando. 
457  Antonio   Marria. 
459  Vacant. 

459  Archangelo  Monica. 
459  Angelo  MonopelQ. 
.  461  Luigi   Content!. 
461  Vito  Vergillo. 
461  Modesto  Sfcuro. 
Morehead  Ave.  Crosses. 
465  Pasquale   Duranto. 
4C7  Dunato  Santacrose. 
467  Tomaso  Ferro. 
467  Joseph    Ferro. 
469-471  Vacant  lots. 
i     470-472  Vacant  lots. 

473  Tony  Ricci. 

-  473  Guisseppi  Feggio. 

474  Vacant. 

474  John  Verno. 

474  Luigi  Carlone. 

475  Vacant  lots. 

477  Mariano   De  Fondo. 
479-481  Italian   Tenements. 
485  Italian  Tenements. 
Nichols  St. 

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12-14  Broad  to  James— 8th  and  13th  Wards. 
1-6  Vacant  lots. 
7  Mrs    Bridget    Byrne. 

7  Vacant. 

8  Vacant  lot. 

9  Joseph  Tully.  , 
9  Mary    Barry. 

10-13  Vacant   lots. 
14  Mrs.   Cora  Long. 
14  James  B.  Newell. 
14  Tralfey  J.  Bechard. 
14  Fred  Owens. 
15-17  Vacant    Lots. 
18  Matthew  Greenless. 


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18  Oren   A.   Fuller. 

19  Robert  Moorehead. 

20  Vacant  lot.  ' 

21  Matthew  Greenless. 

22  Vacant  lot. 

23  Morgan  Evans.  ■ 

23  Charles    Kronmiller. 

24  Vacant  lot. 

25  John  M.  Driscoll. 

25  Herman  L.  Heisner. 

26  Walenty  Yegwas. 

26  John   Carbot. 

27  Daniel  Cahill. 

27  James   Cullen. 

28  Frank  Caravot. 
28  Anthony  Gottuso. 
28  Joseph  Jardirie. 
28  Tony  Grande. 

28  Mike  Carbo. 

28  John  Nostrua. 
Davis    Ave.    Begins. 

29  Andrew  S.  Kelsey. 
29  Hugh  Hughes. 
30-31  Vacant    lots. 

32  Tony  Grande. 

33  John  Dombrowski. 

34  Nicholas  Bell. 

35  Herman  H.   Young. 
37-39  Barn. 

36-40  Vacant   lots.    . 
Bleecker  St.   Crosses. 

46  Gustave  -Volz. 

47  Mrs.    Auvilda    Bowman. 
47  William  H.  Foster. 

47  Daniel  A.   Carpenter. 

48  Mrs.   Mary  A.    Kents. 

49  Arthur  S.   McDarby. 
50-51  Vacant  lots. 

52  Edward  A.  Martin. 
54  William  A.  Coughlin. 

54  F.   H.   Stanley. 

55  Samuel  Dunkerley.  ' 

55  Earl  W.   Pettis. 

56  Rayner   G.    Godden. 
56  Herbert   W.    Morreall. 

56  William  A.   Tabor. 

57  William   M.   Sherman. 
57  Sarah   E.    Potter. 

•58  Vacant. 
59  Vacant. 

59  Matthew   W.    Miller. 

60  Vacant   lot. 

61  John   C.   Carpenter. 

61  William   Peabody. 

62  William  P.  Duffy.  . 
62  Thomas  Miller. 

62  Charles  J.  Peabody. 

63  Vacant. 

63  James  Paalozzi. 


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64  Fred  W.  Clark. 

65  Mary  E.   Robbins. 
65  Michael  Hardy. 

65  Mrs.  Jane  Neider. 

66  William  H.   Fisher.         % 

67  Joseph  Lyons. 

67  Jane  Evans. 

68  Owen  Leddy. 

68%  William   Whitehouse. 

69  Robert   Ladd.  \ 
89  George   T.   Borden. 

70  Martin  Kress. 

TO  Mathew  J.  Dolan. 

71  Joseph   Paolozzi. 

72  Charles  A.  Back. 
72  Andrew  F.  Oster. 

72  Lucius   Griggs. 

73  Dan   Murray. 

73 y2   Frank  Romano. 
75  Frank   J.    Cotton. 

75  Peter   Malone. 
Mary   St.   Crosses. 

76  Walter  M.  Mullen. 
77-79  Vacant   iots. 

78  J.   Lee  Fairbanks. 
78  William    C.    Cleveland. 
80  Thomas  Neary. 
82  Mrs.   Mary  King. 
82%  Fred  W.   Taubman.  ' 
Blandina  St.  Crosses.  , 

89  Edward  Donlon. 
89  George   McCoy. 
91  Edward  Burns. 
91  Mrs.   Mary   Sweeney. 

93  Charles  Hallenbeck. 

94  John  Jones. 

94  Frank  King. 

95  Michael  J.    Gleason. 

95  Mrs.   Margaret  Sullivan. 

96  William  T.   Duffy. 

96  George    H.    Gilligan. 
Lansing    St.    Crosses. 

98  Louis   J.   Fisher. 

97  Vacant  lots. 

101  George   M.   Audas. 

102  Horace  B.   Morey. 

102  Mrs.  Julia  Miller 

103  James   R.   Jamieson. 

104  Walter    McGuinness. 

104  James  E.   Bracken. 

105  Frederick  J.   Hill. 
105  Albin  Berger. 

107  Vacant  lots. 
Rutger  St.   Crosses. 

109-111  Vacant  Lots. 


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108-114  Vacant    Lots. 
116-122  Utica   Steam   and  Hand   Laun- 
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Ill  Adam  Clark. 

Ill  Mrs.   Mary  Slade. 

115  William   Blatt. 

115  William  R.  Dougherty. 

117  Henry  Davis. 

117  Edward  Leonard. 

119  John  M.   Storey. 
West  Shore  R.   R.  Crosses. 

124  William  G.  Heim. 

124  Vacant. 

126  Felix   N.   Loisell. 

121-131  Vacant    Lots. 

128-134  Vacant  Lots. 

133  Charles    H.    Purcell. 
South   St.  Crosses. 

136  Vacant  Lot. 

135  Mrs.  Laura  Miller. 

135  Harry  C.  Gensimore. 
Albany   St.    Crosses. 

133  Vacant    Lots. 

140  Mrs.    Nellie    Edwards. 

139-141  Vacant    Lots. 

143  Earn. 

146  Anthony    Adrean. 
145  William  T.  Garnsey. 
148-150  Vacant    Lots. 

147  William   C.   Godfrey. 
147  Mrs.  William  Abbey.      s 
149-151  Ondawa  Apartment. 
149  Simon  Anderson. 

149  Albert  H.   Bentley. 
151  Frank    S.    Wetmore. 

151  Seward    Davis. 

152  Michael  Lomas. 
152  Leon  L.  Perry. 
152  Richard  Lindsey. 

152  Edward  McManamon. 

155  Mrs.  John  H.  Hollingworth. 

155  Daniel  E.   Scott. 

154-162  Vacant  Lots. 

159  Edward    J.    Rockwell. 

161  John  Whiteleather. 

161  Ernest  E.   Pratt.  . 

163  Richard  D.  Jones. 
163  Mrs.  Mary  Miller. 

164  Morris  E.  Mason. 

164  William   Welch. 

165  Herman  Kreimeyer. 

166  Vacant    Lot. 

167  Vacant. 

169  Vacant    Lot. 

168  Perrin    Damuth. 
168  James   Porter. 

170  Dexter  Vance. 

171  Richard   F.   Morgan. 

172  Vacant    Lot. 
Hollingworth  Ave.  Crosses. 

175  Peter  Burton. 

179  Ernest  E.  Holdridge. 

176  William   Riley. 

.  179  Bert  H.  Hughes. 
178-182  Vacant  Lots. 

184  Joseph  J.  Taylor. 
186  Vacant  lots. 

1S8  William    H.    Seavey. 

185  Vacant    Lot. 

190  Mrs.   Idora  Hughes. 
Vacant    Lots. 
Mortimer  St.  Crosses. 

195  Floyd  E.  Scoutens. 
Eagle  St.   Crosses. 

Vacant   Lots. 

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415- Genesee   to   219- Oneida— 7th    Ward. 

1  James  B.  Murray.  I 

2  Thomas  S.  Jackson. 

3  Mrs.  Daniel  Quinn. 

4  Myron   S.   Liberman. 

5  William    C.    Wright. 

6  Mattie  B.  Cash. 
6%  Edward   B.   Cash. 

7  Francis  P.  Miller. 

8  Walter  C.   Rathbun. 

9  G.   Edward   Cooper. 
10  Pone   D.   Dana. 

10  Howard    Dana. 

11  William  H.  Roberts. 

12  William  H.  Cluher. 

13  Patrick  E.  Smith. 

14  Otto  A.  Meyer. 

15  Michael   F.   Kelly. 

18  Frank   H.    Betts. 
20  Fred  T.  B.  Russell. 

22  Mrs.  Charles  B.  Morris. 

23  Mrs.  Annie  R.  Hughes. 

24  Annie  C.  Snyder. 

24  Mrs.  Dickinson  C.  Griffith. 

25  Noble  F.  Martin. 

26  Hyman   Wineburgh. 

29  George  H.  Spitzli. 

30  Mrs.  Cha:les  D.  Matteson. 

32  Charles  I.  Disbrow. 

33  James  H.  Goodier. 

34  David   C.    Stoddard. 

35  Charles   L.   Fitchard. 

36  Thomas   R.    Clark. 

37  Edward  C.  Hare. 
3S  Jules  Doux. 

39  Herbert  E.  Trevvett. 

40  Dr.    F.    M.    Miller. 

41  Henry  D.  Deuscher. 

42  Lindsey  Hughes. 

42  J.    Lindsey   Hughes. 
42  J.   Care  Shotthafer. 

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1st,   4th,   5th    and    10th    Wards. 
1-3  Ferdinand   Fries. 
2-4  The  Lewis  House. 

5  Daniel   Quinn   Co. 

6  Thirvas  Pnvers. 

7  George  Windheim. 

8  Williams  &  Morgan. 

9-11  H.  D.  Pixley  &  Son  Co. 

12  Utica  Carting  Co. 

13  Frank  T.  Johnson. 
15-17  McPherson's  Laundry. 

19  McQuade   Bros. 
21  William  Donalty. 

Broad  St.  Crosses. 

23  Smyth-Despard   Cn. 
•  25-27  Balch   Bros   &   West   Co. 

25-27  Metz  Motor  Sales  &  Distributing 
Co. 

27  Lynch   Knitting   Co. 

29-31  Vacant 

32  Joseph  A.  Firsching. 

34  Vacant. 

33-37  H.   H.   Cooper  &   Co. 
Catharine   St.   Crosses. 

36-3S  Hotel  Phelan. 

39  Walling's  Carriage  Works. 

40  Patrick  Dwyer. 

41  Fred  Feldman. 

41-43  The  Northern  Hotel. 

42  Vacant  lot. 
44-50   Field  &  Start. 
45  Vacant. 


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47  Brown  &  Griffith. 
Erie  Canal   Crosses. 

Weigh  Lock   House. 

49  Vacant. 

49  John   Turck. 

49  Jennie  Fulmer. 
Jay    St.    Cresses. 

5')-52-54  Gcodenow    Printlr 

51  Getzlc-k  Eros. 

52  Max    Lyons.    . 

52  Frederick   J.    Brehlert. 

53  Boston     Lunch. 

55  Frederick    Powers. 
55  David    M.    Bernstein. 
o5  Minerva    Suits. 

55  Mrs.   Sarah   Coldbrook. 

56  Boonville  Mineral  Spring  Co 
56  Jeremiah  Sweeney. 

57-5y  James    F.    Leahy. 


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5S  David    E.     Wier. 

60  Rudolph    Matti. 
Fulton    St.    Begins. 

Ul    Vir.ifod    W.  Jrhnson. 

61  >-   Mis.    Elizabeth    Pryor. 
61 V2   Mrs.    Ann    Nnlan. 
61%  Joseph   M    Ward. 

62  Economic  Iron  Works. 

62  C.    L.    Yaehrling.  < 

62  Worden's  Auto  Livery  and  Garage. 

62  Maynard  &  Fitch. 

63  C.   M.   Kennedy. 

63  Celestino    De    Paolis. 
63  Michael    Stojzel. 
67  Reach    &    Reard.n. 
69  Simon   A.   Mailman. 
Eleecker   St.   Crosses. 

St.    .linn's    (R.    C.)    Churcn. 
71   Norton    Market. 
73  Agnf  s    H<  dgp. 

78  .Trhanna  T.  Ford. 
73  Mary  McCarthy. 

73  Mrs     Alice    E.    McGurty. 

73  Julia    Lynch. 

73  Mrs.  Margaret  Wickham. 

73  Mrs.  William  a!  Hubbard. 

73  Margaret     Gleason. 

73  Patrick   Lambert. 

73  Thomas    J.    Green. 

73  Vacant. 

75  Thomas   W.    Fcgarty. 

77  Mohawk    Condensed   Milk   Co. 

77  Vi  Joseph   D.   Kelly. 

79  Jacobus    Dancing   Academy.       i 
SO  Vacant. 

81  Aerdome   Theatre. 

82  Frank  J.   Fenell. 
82  Vacant. 


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V 


MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHES.  HATS,  FURNISHINGS, 
SHOES  FOR  MEN  AND  BOYS 

Cor.  LaFayeiie  and  Seneca  Sts. 


JOHN-  STREET— Continued 

82  Miles  MacDonnell. 
82  Alice  Brown. 
82  Ida  Schreck. 
82  William  L.   Graham. 
82  Lena  Whitney. 
82  James  A.  Lechich. 
86  Owen   Williams. 
8S  Vacant. 

89  Assumption  Academy. 

90  George  Burke. 
Elizabeth  St.  Crosses. 

91-101  Oneida  Historical   Society. 
92  John  Deery. 
94  Thomas  P.  Ward. 
96  William  Gill. 
98  Joseph  Davis. 
98  Nicholas    Schwertfager. 
100  John   Lamprose. 

102  Dr.  Henry  E.   Brown. 
Park  Ave.  Crosses. 

103  Smith  I.  Ramsdail. 
Mary  St.  Crosses. 

104  The    Buckingham. 
104  O.   Carl   Brahe. 

104  Amos    E.    Hammond. 

104  J.  T.  &  C.  E.  Garvey  (Inc). 

104  Maurice  S.   Meyer. 

106  Harris  Silverman. 

107  Mrs.  Amelia  E.   Birdseye. 

108  Alfred   Dempster. 
108%  Mrs.  J.  T.  Porter. 

•        109  Henry    Kinzinger. 

109  Fred   G.    Hansmann. 
.      110  Pnilip  J.    Galinsky. 

110  Louis  Wineburgh. 

111  David  Pierce. 
Ill   John  H.  Lamb. 
111%  Edward   E.   Martin. 
111%  Ellsworth  C.  Miller. 

113  Celestino  De  Paolis. 

114  Francis    B.    McCall. 

115  Louis  Horace  Chapman. 
Blandina    St.    Crosses. 

117  Mrs.  George  W.   Stevens.         i 

118  Edward    J.    Quinn. 

119  George    E.    Wheelhouse. 

120  Mrs.   T.    R.   Thomas. 

121  Arthur    H.     Ballou. 

122  Frank   E.    Thomas. 

123  Thomas   J.    Griffiths. 

124  Miss   Elizabeth   O'Hara. 

125  Henry    G.    Lux. 

126  Mrs.   Richard  Richards. 

126  Harry  E.   Barnes. 

127  Emma  C.   Buchanan. 


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Lansing  St.   Crosses. 

128  Catherine   Mulholland. 

129  Moses    Lewis. 

130  Henry  A.  McPherson. 

131  John  F.   Shanley. 

132  Ellen  S.  Duffey. 

133  Martha  H.   Walt. 

134  Mrs.   Jeanette  P.   Kellogg. 

134  Mrs.   Salome  T.   Miller. 

135  Vacant. 

136  Richard   J.   Hardy. 

137  Samuel  J.   Glenn. 

138  George  M.  Coram. 

139  Mrs.  Linus  A.  Northrup. 
139  Roscoe   C.  Hurd. 

139  Hugo  S.  Wessman. 

140  Charles  B.  Carroll. 

141  Mrs.    Alice   Reese. 
Rutger  St.   Crosses. 

JOHNSON    PARK 

109     West     at     Square     St.— 7th     and     15th 
Wards. 

1  Vacant. 

2  William  C.  Codling. 
2%    T.    R.    Jones 

3  Mrs.    Martha   M.   Burton. 
3  Charles  F.  Pennock. 
4/ohn   R  Jones. 

5  A.     Charles    Luce. 

5  Alfred   C.    Luce. 

6  William  M.  Williams. 

6  Vacant. 

7  William   W.    Canfield. 

10  William    P.     Claesgans. 

12  John  Bradley. 
Square   St.   Crosses. 

14  William  Farmer.     » 

11  Richard  Weaver. 

18  William  H.  Williams. 

13  John   Griffiths.. 

20  William   J.    Morris. 

15  William    N.    Green. 

15  Thomas    Chester    Redmond. 

15  Edward  J.   Malley 

17  Vacant. 

22  Daniel    R.    Campbell. 

22  Orville   E.    Mellor. 

22  Edwin  L.    Shankenbery. 
24  Arthur  P.   Simmons. 

24  Frank   H.    Bice. 
24  Charles   C.   Bice 

21  Robert   V.    Beacom. 
21  Loui.s  A.,Taffner. 
21  Ben   T.    Sweeney. 

23  Dr.  William  V.  Quinn. 
23  Henry    J.    Pellosa. 

23  Margaret    Evans. 

JOHNSON    STREET 

Water   (D.,    L.   &   W.   RR.)    to   St.   Joseph — 
2d   Ward. 
D.,   L.  &  W.   Railroad  Shops. 
1-3  Potter's    Field. 
5  Wajciech  Baranowski. 
5  John    Mruk. 
5  John    Gillard. 
5  John    Wolcienski. 
9  Mrs.  Dorothea  House. 
13  John  Kropel. 
13  Zidor    Bimak. 
13  Mary   Kraska. 
13 -Lawrence  Kula. 
13  Louis   Baron. 
15  Stanley    Babic. 
15  Mike  Topolsky. 
Breeze  St.  Begins 

31  Martin   Sjudak. 


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JOSEPHINE    AVENUE 

See    Beach    Grove 

KATHLEEN    STREET 

Margery  to    Rutger — 13th    Ward. 
1  Elbridge   Gardner 
1  Joseph  Talarico 
1  Frank  Talarico 

1  Frank  Scala. 

2  Henry  L.   Davis. 

2  Mrs.  Emma  A.  Browning. 

3  Charles    A.    Inman. 

3  Charles  N.  Inman 

4  Frank   Battist. 

4  Cha.rles   A.    Marshall. 
10  Joseph  Britting. 
12  Joseph  Swift 
12  Herman   G.    Fisher. 
14  Vacant  lot. 

16  George  E.  Gray 
Bacon    St.   Crosses. 

Vacant  Lot. 

Vacant 
24  Vacant. 
24  Vacant. 
26  Frank    Cutri. 
26  Patrick  F.  Hassey. 

Vacant   Lots. 

KELLOGG    AVENUE 

Erie  to  Caroline — 14th    Ward. 

2  Vacant. 

4  John  J.   Duffy. 
6  George  E.   Evans. 
10  James  Mullin. 
Whltesboro  St.  Crosses. 

3  James  S.  Johnston. 

4  William  Schnell. 
4  Patrick  O'Mara. 
4  Frank    Zacik. 

4  Vacant. 

5  Emma   McLean. 

5  John   Cain. 

6  James   E.    Cook. 
6  Fred  P.  Smith. 

6  Charles    Steele. 

8  William  Clarkson. 

10  Vacant  lot. 

12  Fred  W.  Gerow. 

Highland  Ave.  Crosses. 

9-15  Vacant    lots. 

17  Richard  Isele. 

KEMBLE    STREET      . 

Eagle  to  Pleasant — 7th  Ward. 
The  right  hand  side  of  the  street  has 
been  oompletely  renumbered.  The  left 
hand  side  is  renumbered  from  No.  79 
a  little  above  Grove  Place.  The  street 
Is  here  given  as  renumbered. 

1  Vacant  lot. 

2  John   H.    Pritchard. 

3  Mrs.   Hannah   H.    Thorn. 

4  Charles  H.   Scanlan. 

5  Henry  R.  Williams. 

6  Edward  Williams. 

7  Anna  Deecke. 

8  William  W.   Spellman. 

9  William  A.  Witherbee. 

10  Mrs.   Mary  H.   Christian. 

11  J.  De  Peyster  Lynch. 

12  Mrs.  Henry  R.  Barnard.  ' 

13  Mrs.    Alice    Searle. 

14  Charles  E.  Clark. 

15  John   L.   Maher. 

16  John   J.    Doyle. 

16  Edward  G.  Wood. 

17  William  J.  Paddon. 
IS  William  J    Cooper. 


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123  SQUARE  ST.     PHONE  2586       j( 

18  Dr.  William  P.  Hall. 
18  Mrs.  Louisa  Thacher. 
18  Charles  Latimer  Mosher. 

18  John  C.  Hoxie. 

19  Francis  J.   Kellogg. 

20  William   Fisher. 

21  Vacant. 

22  John  T.  Jones. 

23  Arthur  M.  Kenney. 
23V4  Evan  Thomas 

24  David   E.    Wood. 

24  Lewis  P.  Edwards. 

25  Mrs.   Emma   DeVoe. 

25  Horace   C.   Matteson. 

26  Thomas   B.   Kelly. 

27  William  A.   Matteson. 

28  Daniel  J.   Sullivan. 

29  Vacant. 

30  Fred  A.   Clark. 

32  Mrs,    Adele    R.    Bushinger. 
Hobart   St.   Crosses. 

31  Leonard   Caine. 

31  Mary  A.   McSally. 

33  Frank  M.   Clark. 

33  Edward    Owen. 

34  William  G.  Robbins. 

35  Andrew  H.   Gurney. 
35  Harry  Gourley. 
36-38  Kemble   Terrace — 

1  James  F.   Doyle. 

2  Henry  N.  Girard. 

3  Walter  Rowland: 

4  Andrew   Ryan. 

5  Wolf   Schneberg. 

6  William  Pepper. 

7  George  A.   MacCracken. 

8  J.  Fred  Lloyd. 
37  Michael   J.   Carey. 
39-49  Utica   Free   Academy. 
40  Alfred    Berry. 

40  Lawrence   Ewig. 
40  Ann    Conley. 
42  Louisa  S.   Robinson. 
42   Phopbp   A.   Hyatt. 
Walker-  St.   Ends. 

44  Anna   Jones. 
46  Norman   R.   Hurd. 
48  Vacant  lot. 
•49  Academy  Grounds. 

50  George   Boyce. 

51  Michael  H.   Sexton. 

52  Charles  A.  VencII. 

63  Theodore  Foster. 

64  Sarah  E.   Herrick. 

55  Mrs.    Bridget   Taffner. 

57  Leon   E.    Gray. 

68  William    Randolph. 

59  John    D.    Turnbull. 
59%    William    B.    Colling. 

60  Charlotte  Wilkinson. 


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MAHER  BROTHERS 

EVERYTHING  THAT  BOYS 
AND  MEN  WEAR 

OPPOSITE  NEW  HOTEL  UTICA. 


KEMBLE  STREET— Continued 

60  Frank  Breitenberg,  Jr. 

61  Henry  Kassing. 

'  62  Charles   A.    Mills. 

62  Avery   Swift. 

62  Oscar   Feyder. 

63  George  N.  Barnum. 
63  Russell  G.  Dunmore. 
65  Mrs.   Verona   Harms. 

65  Herman  Vaeth. 

66  Vacant  Lot. 

I  Grove    Place    Begins. 

67  Otto    C.    Bergner. 
6S  George   N.   Barnum. 
69  Albert   L.    Walker. 
69  Frank  J.  Wicks. 

69  Dwight  A.   Leland. 

69  Andrew  Cantwell. 

69  Arthur    W.    Stone.  .  ' 

69  Mrs.  L.   M.  Kenyon. 

69  Mrs.  M.   Town. 

70-72  Rope   walk. 

71  Kensington   Flats. 

71  Frank   L.    Brown. 

73  Vacant. 

74  Milton   Carr. 

74  Henry  Williams. 

75  Guy  W.   Finney. 

76  Karl   Traut. 

77  R.    George    Prutton. 

78  Henry   G.    Cole. 

79  Lizzie    T.  .Kellogg. 

79  Frank  E.   Schrader. 

80  Charles  V.   Bookhout. 

81  George   H.    Evans. 

82  Edwin  N.  Veeder. 

82  Mrs.  Edith  N.   Reusswig. 

83  Budd   L.    Knapp. 

84  Vacant. 

84  Harold    P.    Thomas. 

84  Philip  Greser. 

85  James  T.  Caraher. 
S5%   Frank   R.    Latta. 

86  George   A.    Bowman. 

86  William  H.   Hayes. 

87  Dwight   Colegrove. 

871,-;  Charles  W.   Higginson. 
S8  James  H.   Howes. 

89  Ertwp.id    P.    Jordan. 
89%  Willard  H.   Roberts. 

90  John   A.    Bowes. 

91  Byron   E.   Rogers. 
91  Vacant. 

91  Fred  J.   Peckham. 
91Raymond    G.     Leonard. 

92  Mrs.  Mil'icent  A.  Thomas. 
92  Lewis    W.    Arn»!d. 


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'  93  Newtcn  B.  Hammond. 
93i/2    Allen   C.   Hutchinson. 

94  William  E.  Doyle. 

95  Fred  C.  Miller. 

95  Mrs.  Ann  Overocker. 
S6  George  E.  C.  Kenyon. 
97  Mrs.  Man"  A.  Williams. 

97  Charles  A.  Clarke. 

98  James    E.    Carr. 

99  David   W.   Codling. 

100  Fred   O.  Roberts. 

100%  W.    Mc-nrce   MacPherscn. 

101  Gecrge  Haigh. 

101  William  A.  Keene.  ' 

102  Arthur  E.  KibharL 
102 y2  Frank  X.  Beebe. 

103  Vacant. 

105  Arthur  S.  Hughes. 


105  Mrs. 


Kinme. 


107  Walter  Yeoman. 
107  John   W.   Sch-atte. 
109  Walter    G.    Harter.      • 
109  Richard  T.-  Benson. 
109  Vacant. 
Ill  John   Fitzgerald. 
Clinton    Place   Ends. 

113  George  W.  Miller. 
115    Lora  J.   Gross. 
117  Vacant    let. 

119  Warren  B.  Reynolds. 
319%  Isaac  K.  McEwen. 

120  Eugene  R.  Jcr.es. 

120  WiDivm    J.    M;:che!l. 

121  John    L.    Jenkins. 

122  James  McRitchie. 

12?.  Charles  H.  Brnad'oent. 
121  Arthur    C.    Xewton. 

124  G.     Wendell    Bush. 
126  W.    H.    Liitle. 

126  \-2  Mrs.   Elizabeth   Kowarth. 

125  Mrs.   Eva  .Dernier. 
125  William  H.  Stuber. 
127.    Murray  M.  Storke. 

127  W.    Ellsworth    Hibbard. 
127  Lecnd    G.    Eeiswer. 
12S  Augustus  T.   Throop. 

129  Alfred    W.    Bottum. 

130  James  H.  Brown. 

131  Franklin  P.   Ashley. 

132  Charles    S.   Fake. 

133  Jacob  Fitzer. 
James   St.    Crosses. 

T34-14S  James  and  Kemble  St.  Schools. 

135  Mary  E.   Fleming. 

135  Grove  B.  Cackett. 

137  Vacant   lot. 

139  Andrew  P.  Fleming. 

141-147  Frrt   Schuvler   Knitting  Co. 

149  Hermann    Schwarz. 
Davis    Place    Ends. 

150  Vacant   lot. 

151  Patrick   J.   McEvcy. 
West  Shore  Railroad  Crosses. 

152  Utica  Ice  Co. 

153  Phillip  Thomas'    Sons   (Inc). 
155  Thomas  F.  Gartland. 

157  Richard  Brower. 

159  Robert   T.   Fitzgerald. 

159  Arthur  D.  Brwen. 

161  George   P.   Brest. 

161  Donald    McLean. 

163  Vacant  Lot. 

165  John  G.   Pfianz. 

165  John   L.  Hughes. 

165  Jeremiah   Curtin. 

167  George  E.  Worden. 

167  George  S.  Barber.  ' 


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KEMBLE     STREET— Continued 

169  Henry   Schueler. 
171  Albert    T.  sBridger. 
171  Francis   Curley. 
173  Walter    Harks.      . 
175  Qlark  Roberts. 
177  Robert  J.  Evans. 
179  Joseph  P.  Davis. 
181  Jesse  B.  Stedman. 

KENT    STREET 

Bleecker    to    Elizabeth — 5th    Ward 
1  Jane.  Gray. 

Vacant  lot. 

Katherine  E.  Lynch. 

"Vacant   lot. 

Nicholas  E.   Devereux. 

Martina  E.  Brandegee. 

KENYON  COURT 


420 


-7th 


About  735   Genesee  to    Butterfield    Av< 
Ward. 
Vacant  lot. 
Waldemar  S.  Kelly. 
John  P.  Dowling. 
Potter  &  Williams. 

KERNAN     AVENUE 

524    Whitesboro    to    Erie— 6th    Ward. 

1  Joseph  F.  Lenhardt. 
3  Max  Puckholz. 

3  Edward  Talvot. 

5  John  Specht. 

4  Barn. 

6  Carl   M.   Nelson. 

6  William   G.    Edinger. 

7  Mrs.  Joseph   Fischer. 

8  Frank  H.    Smith. 

9  Charles  J.   Dorn. 
9  Harry    Dick. 

Clark  St.   Begins. 

10  George  A.  Wilcox. 

11  Josephine  Colonton. 

12  Henry  J.  Meader. 

13  Grace  M.  Scharer.'  ■ 

13  Henry  G.  Martin. 
15  Charles  R.  Roberts. 
15  27  Vacant  lots. 

14  Wallace  Huldert. 
14-26  Vacant  lots. 

KING    STREET 

South   St.   to    Hopper — 4th    Ward. 
Even     numbers     left     side,     odd     numbers 
right  side. 
3  Edwin  D.   Wheeler. 

5  Frank    Pickard. 

6  Barns. 

7  George  Schultz. 

9  Raymond  N.  Cookingham. 
13  James  F.  Brown. 
Barns. 
Clark  Place  Ends. 

Tabernacle    Baptist    Church. 

KIRKLAND    STREET 

522  State  to    Lincoln   Ave. — 11th   Ward. 

2  William  E.  Johnston. 

3  Charles  A.   Dunham. 
5  Charles  McDermott. 
7  Cornelia  Travis. 

9  Charles  W.   Higgerson. 
Hart  St.   Crosses.  , 

\  17  James  H.  DeLaney. 

17  William  H.  Taylor. 
19  John  F.   Purcell. 
,  20  Klrkland    Street    Dairy. 
21  Michael  Reilly. 

21  William  Bovce. 

22  Charles  Gallagher. 


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22  John    Clare. 

23  Jacob  Routstone. 
23%  Edward  I.   Clark. 

24  Vacant   lot. 

25  James  V.  Wheeler. 

26  Daniel    Taylor. 

27  Thomas  J.  Kiniry. 
2S  Clara  Broedel. 

32  Edw.  Czerkies. 

33  Valentine  Bialas. 
33  Felix  Jankiewicz. 

35  William  J.  Hinckley. 
35  William   J.    Veitch. 
35%  John  Mattis. 
37  Henry    Bowers. 
Francis  "St.  Crosses. 
Barn. 
40  Peter  Apel. 
40  George    Knott. 
42  Phillip  Rarpinski. 
42  "Rr.se   Eaker. 
42  John  Dec. 
42  Webster  Land. 
44  Joseph  Masiejczyk. 

44  John  Motyka. 

45  Tony  White. 

46  Otto   Mohr. 
Lincoln   Ave   Crosses. 

52  Frank   Nowak. 

52  Joseph  Madrak. 

52  Boleslaw   Pomichowski. 

54  Simon   Ropiecki. 

56  Thomas   Huta. 

56  John  Huta. 

KNOX    STREET 

Stark  to  City— 9th  and  14th  Wards. 
214  Henry  J.    Berkhoff. 
211  James  V.   Poncioni. 
Vacant  lots. 
Schuyler  St.  Crosses. 
309  Mathew   Ecicart. 
312  Vacant  Lot. 
31.3  Rose  Fuhrman. 
316  Oliver  Cooley. 

320  John   Hadynski. 

321  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Frank. 
321  William  G.   Menge. 
324  Anthony  Prucker. 

327  Luke  Farle. 

327  Charles  Marx. 

328  Frank  Zugner. 

332  Thomas  H.  Brown. 
331  Frank  H.   Clark. 
331  William   H.   Ford. 

335  Lena  H.  Gregold. 
334  Vacant. 

336  Earl  J.   Crommie. 
340  George   Elsenbeck. 
340  Catharine   Strader. 


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KNOX  STEEET— Continued 

339  Frederick  Pesold. 
West  Ave.  Crosses. 

406  Barn. 

407  Green  house. 

KOSSUTH    AVENUE 

Broad   to   James— 8th   and   13th    Wards. 
2  Barber  Shop. 

2  John  Grande. 

3  Rosario  Gigliotti. 

4  Vincenzo  Cuccio. 
7  Joseph  Dominick. 
9  George  Fane'.li. 

9  Edigio  Fanelli. 

9  Leonardo  Benedetto. 
11  Giovanni   Perretta. 
11  Joseph  De  Rensio. 
14-16  Vacant  lots. 
15  Joseph  Lauria. 
15  Frank  Robertaccio. 
15  Martini  Cavallo. 
17  A.   Cafarelli  &  Co. 
17  Luigi  Principe. 
17  Camilo  Sciavone. 
17  Angelo   Nole. 
17  Tomasso  Atiomo. 

17  Rocco   Deloranzo. 

18  Jacome  Mazzio. 
IS  Luigi  Pisano. 

18  Gannaro  Girandino. 
18  Frank  Coronoto. 
Catharine   St.   Crosses. 
20  Julius  S.  Annese. 

23  Peters  Bros. 

23%  N.  D.  Peters  &  Co. 

24  J.  P.  Palambo  &  Co. 

25  John  Valli. 

25  Antonio  Benziero. 

26  Raffall  Usdan. 

27  Jennie  Barrella. 
27  Samuel    Olive. 

33  Benedetto   Sasso. 

33  Nicola  Papa. 

33  Frederico     Marzo. 

33  Carmine  Loffano. 

,  33  Vincenzo  Laferdo. 

33  Joseph  Coccorone. 

'  37  Andrew  D.  Peters. 
37  Senatro   D.    Peters. 

37  Nicholas  D.  Peters. 

38  Salvatore  Perretta. 

38  Michael   Castelli. 

39  Rocco  Perretta. 

39  Rocco  Perretta  &  Co. 

40  Frank  Di   Luno. 
40  Frank  Perretta. 

42  Mrs.  Emily  Dennison. 


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42  Frank  Lease. 

44  Mary  J.  Calhoun. 

44  Paul  Curche.  . 
Jay   St.    Crosses. 

45  Rocco  Pelleteri. 

46-48  Rocco    Peietta    &    Co. 
49  Toney  Ciruizzo. 
49  Pietro  Russo. 
51  Michele  De  Lea. 
51  Leonardo   Del   Vecihlo. 
51  Antonio  Paldino. 
68  Michael   Sullivan. 
58  Frank   Ciruzzo. 
58  Jiacomo  La  Catena. 
58  Aneglina  Laneva. 
58  Karl  M.  Sinisgalli. 
58  Luigi    Sabita. 
58  Joseph  Montesano. 
58  Nicola  Natelfze. 
58  Gaetano    Susso. 
60  Orlando  Craven. 
60  Albert  Jones. 
68-82  Vacant   lots. 
63-81  Vacant  lots. 
Bleecker  St.  Crosses. 
83  John  Welch. 

83  Mrs.  Helen  J.  Stevenson., 

84  Joseph  F.  Boyle. 

84  George  Augar. 

85  Hulda  Boyle. 
"85  Edward  Farr. 

86  Matilda  Marshaw. 
86  Mary  Staley. 

89  Dr.   Arthur  M.   Johnston. 

94  William   Irving.  . 

95  Angelow  Aenino. 

95  Italians. 

96  Thomas    Jones. 

96  Robert  W.  Roberts. 

97  George   H.    Sherman. 
99  Michael  Oster. 

99  Mrs.  Mary  Gleason. 
100  Charles  Sunderland. 
100  Richard   Ashcroft. 

100  Ernest  Zinck. 

101  J.    Frank   Mott. 

102  George    Siemon. 
105-111-117  Vacant  lots. 

Elizabeth  St.  Crosses. 
■  116  Alberto  Rado. 

116  Chas.    H.    Brady. 

117  Lloyd  Badger. 
117  Thomas  Mays. 

117  Catharine  Vickley. 

118  Domenico  Graziadei. 
118  Mrs.    Rose   Labardo. 
118  Luigi  Cetrangol. 
118  Vacant. 

120  Joe  L.   Test. 

121  John  J.  Jones. 
121  Matt  Eichler. 

121  Vacant. 

122  Nick  Centola. 
122  Patrick  Walsh. 

122  William  H.  Tallman. 

122  Dwight  H.  Keeling. 
Mary  St.  Crosses. 

118-127  Vacant  lots. 

124  Rev.    Albert  J    Hayes. 

126-144  St.    Agnes'    Church. 

.129  Vacant    lot. 

133  Vacant   lot. 

135-147  Vacant    lots.  .     , 

Blandina   St.  Crosses. 

148-152  Vacant  lots. 

149  Joseph  F.  Coupe. 

151-153  Vacant  lots. 


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KOSSUTH  AVENUE— Continued 

154  Gorman  Sisters. 
154  Anna  Gorman. 

154  John  A.    Quinn. 

155  Margaret  Casey. 

156  Mrs.    Alice    T.    Ellis. 

157  Charles  B.  Norris. 
159  Joseph  Cunningham. 

159  Mrs.  Johanna  .Gahan. 

160  James  P.   Buckley. 

160  Jane  Hanlon. 

161  Henry   Heller. 

161  Edward  Schiffer. 

162  Katherine  Hartshorn. 
162  Charles    Klein. 
164-171-176  Vacant    lots. 
169  Sam  Boyd. 

169  Mrs.   Florence  French. 
Lansing    St.    Crosses. 

164-171-176  Vacant  lots. 

173  Branch  of  Utica  Library. 

175  Vacant. 

177  Robert  Quinn. 

179  Brayton   E.   Brown. 
Albany    St.    Crosses. 

178  William  I.  Du  Cass. 

181  James  McFadden. 

182  Foster  Knight. 
184  Clarence  Harmon. 

Rutger  St.   Crosses. 

183-189  Vacant  lots. 
186-194  Vacant  lots. 
196  Louis  Eberle. 

200  George  Radell. 

201  William   H.    Crampton. 
201  Frank   Dorn. 

204  Catharine  Weiss. 

204  John  W.  Lindsey. 
203  Vacant  lot. 

205  Caroline   Burton. 

205  Dennis  F.  McDonald. 
206-208  Vacant   lots. 
207  William  O.  Williams. 
207  Mary  A.  McKenna. 
209  Mrs.  Christiano  Irion. 

209  Robert   O.   Young. 

210  Luzerne  Carey. 

212  Charles  Brisswen. 

213  Robert  McMann. 

213  Christian  G.   Hensler. 

214  Frank  Slade. 

215y2  Albert  E.   Harrison. 
216  Vacant   lot. 
218  Laura  Radley. 

220  Daniel  W.  Tanner. 

221  Frank  P.  Eden. 
220  John   Doyle. 

222  Charles  H.   Adrean. 

222  Clayton  L.  Dority. 

223  Mrs.    Ellen   Kane. 

223  George  L.  Pervler. 
225  James  Holmes. 
225  Anna  Holmberg. 

225  Adolphe  C.  Darrigrand. 

225  Orrick  W.   Lord. 

224  Fred  C.  Fuller. 

224  William  L.  Vaught. 

226  Thomas  J.  Fay. 

226  William   S.  Hess. 

227  George  Platler. 

227  Rose   H.    McCarthy. 
229  Frank    Cosgrove. 
229  John    Kelly. 
231-249  Vacant  lots. 
244  Emery  Smith. 
244  George  T.   Smith. 
244  Fred  S.  Williams. 


EMIL  STEINHORST 

MEfAL  CORNICE 
CEILING- SKYLIGHTS 

TIN&  SLATE  ROOFING 


123  SQUARE  ST.     PHONE  2580 

244  William   McConnell. 

246  Vacant. 

246  Robert  Lemacher. 

248  Vacant  lot. 

250  George  H.  Wilson. 
South   St.   Crosses. 

251-261  Vacant  lots. 

252  Vacant   lot. 

263  Albert  R.   Chase. 

264%  Beecher  Kilbourn. 

265-267  Vacant  lots. 

268  Willis    Webster. 

269-285  Empire  Wall  Plaster  Co. 

270  Harry  Heap. 

270     Louis  Campbell. 

.272  John  F.  Smith. 

274  Joseph   Meacham. 

276-286  McLoughlin  Bros. 
West  Shore   Railroad  Crosses. 

287  Joseph   Wameling. 

287  John   B.   May. 

289-292  Vacant  lots. 

291  Guy    G.    Thomas. 

293-295  Vacant  lots. 

294-  300  Vacant  lots. 

2Pt  Robert  Stern. 

297  Louis  Heim. 

299  Louis  D.  Devins. 

299  Thomas  Hallihan. 

299  Mary  Herman. 

301-305  Vacant  lots. 

302  Eugene  Atwell.     - 

302  Walter  H.   Atwell. 

304  Vacant  lot. 

305  Fred  Lynch. 

305  Harry   Balch. 

306  Charles   H.    Joy. 
.  307  Albert  Morton. 

307  Perry  Gillette. 

308  Vacant  lot. 

310  Charles   W.   Day. 
312-318  Vacant   lots. 
315  Bernard  Doyle. 
317  Vacant   lot. 

319  John  H.  Williamson. 

320  John  F.  Miller. 

321  Charles    Boff. 

323  Frederick  W.  Rehm. 
323  Joseph  Enfield. 
322-326  Vacant  lots. 
323-327  Vacant  lots.   . 

328  Phillip  Obernesser. 

329  Stephen  Stuber. 

329  William   Ashcroft. 

330  Barn. 

,  331  Vacant   lot. 
333-337  Vacant  lots. 
336  John  Klein. 
336  Edward   S.   McOwen. 
.328-344  Vacant  lots. 


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MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHIERS  FOR  BOYS  AND  MEN 
FROM  HEAD  TO  FOOT 

Across  the  Siree!  from  Hotel  Utica. 


KOSSUTH  AVENUE— Continued 

337  Vacant    lot. 
339  Patrick   Shanley. 
341-343  Vacant  lots. 
345  Vacant. 

345  Charles  Bonsey. 

346  Augustus  Martin. 
347-365  Vacant   lots. 
348  Vacant  lot. 
350  Harold  Riker. 
350  Mary  Olday. 
352  Fred    Burrows. 
354-358  Vacant  lots. 

362  Caroline  Biel. 
3fi0  Herbert   Hart. 
360  Richard  Girvan. 

363  Archie  Brink. 

363  Garret  Van  Dyke. 

364  Vacant  lot. 
366  Paul  Thomas. 

366  Mrs.  Augusta  C.  Olday. 

367  Nicholas  Schibley. 

369  Vacant  lot. 
363  Adam     Zorn. 
376  Vacant  Lot. 

370  Edward    Cookstein. 

378  Lena    Weis. 

379  John  O'Brien. 

380  Vacant    lot. 

382  Martin  J.  Ryan. 

384  Vacant  lot.    .  , 
386  William  J.  Swertfager. 

385  Charles  F.  Ohl. 

383  Adelbert  E.  Potter. 
388  Vacant  lot. 
390  Charles  Helfert. 

tagle  St.   Crosses. 

392-402  Vacant  lots. 
404  Harry  Milhm. 
406  John    A.    Balch. 
408-482  Vacant    lots. 
481  Domenico  de  Traglio. 
484  J.  August  Ohl. 
486-498  Vacant    lots. 
500  Jules  A.   Ohl. 
502  Elmer  E.  Cook. 

LAFAYETTE    PLACE 

45  LaFayette   St.   to  Broadway;   for  names 
see   LaFayette   St. 

LAFAYETTE     STREET 

160  Genesee  to  208  Whitesboro — 3d  and  6th 
Wards. 
1-9  Utica    Trust   and    Deposit    Co. 
2  Sullivan    &    Slauson    Co. 
2  Gordon-Thome    Co.  , 
2  Monarch    Drug   Co. 
2  William  A.  Rowlands. 


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2  Edward    Buerger. 
2  Charles  S.  Clarke. 
4  Sullivan  &  Slauson  Co. 
6  LaFayette  Hotel. 
8-10  Richmond   Lunch. 
10  Utica  Deutsche  Zeitung. 

10  William  H.  Hill. 
Seneca   St.   Crosses. 

11  Maher   Bros." 
11-15  To   be  remodeled. 
11  Francis  S.   Carr. 
12-18  Hotel  Utica. 

12-18  Charles  E.  Ebner.  / 

17  Mullen  Bros. 
19-21-  Hotel  Wurz. 
Madison    Lane    Begins. 

22-24  Majestic  Theater. 

25  Sol    Sumberg. 

26  James  A..  Cowley. 

28  Majestic  Lunch  Room. 
27-29  Women's  Specialty  Co. 
25-29  The  LaFayette. 
First  Floor. 

1  Lenchner  Bros. 

2  James  T.  Jessum. 

3  Metropolitan   Sewing  Mach.    Co. 

4  Dr.  Daniel  E.  Pugh. 

5  Lenchner  Bros.  Shop. 

6  Vacant. 

8  Vacant. 

9  Work  Shop. 
Second  Floor. 

10-11  Vacant. 

12  W.   A.   Newth. 

14  Olin  S.  Bishop. 

15  N.  T.  State  Prohibition  Com. 

16  C.  H.  Scholefield. 

17  Olin  S.  Bishop. 
31-33  Hippodrome  Theater. 

35  Edward  D.   Wheeler. 
34  Orpheum  Theater. 
34  T.   P.  Vrettas. 

36  J.    C.    Hamilton. 
38  Frank  P.  Moyer. 
38  C.    E.    Hammond. 
38  Howard  Smith. 

38  Yeager  &  Griffiths. 
38  Mrs.  Nellie  Morris. 
38  Eunice  Armstrong. 
38  Marion  White. 
38  John  Kelly. 
38  Harry  J.  Archambault. 
38  Benjamin  T.  Cooley. 
38  Lillian  Snow. 
38  Daniel  S.  Williams. 
38  Delia  Worden. 
38  Harold  Harrison. 
38  Joseph  Hess.  .    • 

38  Marion  White. 
Washington   St.  Crosses. 

37-39  Mansion   House. 
40  Jacob  Tennis. 

40  Recreo  Chemical  Co. 

41  Scanlon  Bros. 

42  George   A.   Bowman. 

43  George  Ezard. 

44  Nicholas  Balzano.  .  - 
44y2  Henry  J.   Grant. 

45  Fred   W.   Simon. 

46  James   H.   Munroe. 
46%  Vacant. 

47  Michael   Connelly. 

48  Edwin     H.    Gorton.     .     * 

48  Mathias  Benhlser. 
47%  George  A.   Kirkland. 

49  Edward  H  Bouskey. 
49%  John   E.   Tole. 


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LAFAYETTE      STREET— Continued 

50  Troy  Shirt  Store. 

50-52  Kirkland's  Mansion   Stables. 

51  James    A.    Cowley. 
51  y2  William  B.  Marsh. 

53  Miss  Lou  Thomas. 
53%    John    Gallagher. 

54  Hollingworth  &  Young. 
Broadway   Crosses. 

55  Mrs.  Cornelia  C.  Goldthwaite. 

55  Dr.   Francis   C.   Ellinwood. 

56  N.  Y.  State  Ry  Co.  Elec.  Express. 

57  Mrs.  Ann  Overend. 

58  "Williams  &  Williams'  Storehouse. 
.59  John   C.    Brady. 

59  Mary   E.    Brady. 

60  Mrs.  Bertha  Breslauer. 

61  Dr.  David  G.  Jones. 

62  James  T.  Jessum. 

63  Mrs.  Julia  Brassel. 
.64  Boney  Brockway. 

64  Mrs.  Alice  Shields. 

65  Charles   H.    Bremer. 

66  Mrs.    Lynott   B.    Chubbuck. 

67  Frank  T.  Bremer. 

68  Edward  D.   Bridenbecker. 
Pine  St.  Begins. 

69  Earl  F.  Wolcott. 

71  Catherine  M.  Ryan. 

72  Ford  Sales  Co. 

73-75  Halcyon  Amusement  Co. 
77  Eugenia   Schwenk. 
74-76-78  Hart  &  Crouse  Co. 
79  Charles   H.   Childs   &   Co. 
SO  Frank  Wectka. 
Cornelia    St.    Crosses. 

81  Frank  Sweeney. 

82  Harvey  Dukette. 
84  Vacant. 

84  Louis  Coleman. 

85  William  E.  Cummings. 

86-88  Utica  Gas  and  Electric  Co. 
87  Josephine   E.    Colby. 
87  Fred  W.    Owston. 
89  Thomas   Costello. 

89  Vacant. 

90  Utica  Gas  &  Electric  Co>  Garage. 
Carton  Ave.  Begins. 

91  Wolf  Smith. 

92  Daniel   McCarthy. 

92  The   Thomas  Breen   Co. 

93  Anna  Hubley. 

94  Supreme   Underwear   Co. 

94  Utica  Heater  Co. 
94y2  Amlet  &  Son. 

95  George  Matthews. 

95  Rev.   Sylvester  Remeika. 

96  Mrs.   Mabel   Francisco. 
96  Mrs.   Francis  Close. 

96  Gustav  F.   Buckholz. 

97  St.  George's  (R.  C.)  Church. 

98  Mrs.  De  Etee  Ashley. 
N              98  Mark  P.  Lynch. 

99  Elmer  J.  Blenis. 

100  Ella  M.  Wilcox. 

101  Herman  J.  Brandeles  Co. 

102  Fred  H.  Moeller. 

102  John  F.  Wilson.       , 

103  J.  B.  Galinsky. 

103  Jacob   Rosenwald. 

104  Mrs.  Mary  Armstrong. 

105  Max  Goldberg. 

105  William  L.  Roberts. 

106  Arthur  J.  Smith. 

107  Henry  Krohn. 

107  Annie  Coon. 

108  Maurice  Gottlieb. 


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109  Anna  O'Dea. 

109  George  Swertfager. 

110  Lewis  Snyder. 

111  J.  George  Swertfager. 

112  Philip  Cooper. 
112  Siegfried  Isele. 
112  Moe  Frieland. 
114  Catherine  C.   Eichmeyer. 
116  National    Bowling   Alley. 

116  Aswaco  Club. 

118  Utica  Motor  Boat  Club. 
120  Aviators  Club. 
122  Joseph  H.  Cole. 
124  Michael  Ostrouch. 
124  John  Wolak. 

124  Antonio  Buchinski. 
State  St.  Crosses. 

113  Vacant. 

117  Barn. 

119  Vacant  lot. 
126  Ford  Repair  Shop. 
126  Utica  Regal  Sales  Co. 
128  Progressive   Auto  Painting. 

125  Viola  Dow. 
128  Mrs.  William  Matthews. 
12S  Sarah  Xiles. 
12$  George  Rubarts. 
12S  Thomas  J.  Donnelly.  # 
12S  James  L.  Reynolds. 
128  Flora  Dobbins. 
128  Mrs.  Ann  Jones. 
129-131  Turn  Hall. 
130  Bessie  Vandewalker. 
130  Minnie  N.  Reese. 
130  Jarrfes  H.  Oldall. 
132  Lillian  Gannon. 
132  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Gormly. 
132  Rose  Keller. 
132  John  M.  Jones. 

Canal  Crosses. 

135  Jacob  W.   Schreppel. 
137  Charles  L.  Marshall. 
137  Catherine  Walls. 
137  Jerome  Matthews. 
137  Dominic  Paul. 
137  John  T.  Adams. 
140  Xathan  &  Kowalsky. 
139  Catherine  Goldsmith. 
139  Charles  Vaughn. 
139  Margaret  Heath. 
143  Martin   Vaeth. 
143  George  Files. 

145  James  Carmody. 

146  Victor  Powell. 
_146  Mary  Cominekey. 

146  Powell  &  Maksimowicz. 
Fay  St.  Crosses. 

147  Alonzo  Younghanz. 
Varlck  St.   Crosses. 

148  C.  A.  Myers. 


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MILLINERY 

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MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHES,  HATS.  FURNISHINGS. 
SHOES  FOR  MEN  AND  BOYS 

Cor.  LaFayette  and  Seneca  Sts. 


LAFAYETTE      STREET— Continued 

150  A.  Makuchowski.  ' 

151-153  William  F.  Eckert. 
150-152  Joseph  Linden 
154  Edward  H.  Kelley. 

154  Anthony  Makuchowski. 

155  Frederick  Bremer. 

155  Walter  A.  Hyde. 

156  Henry  C.  Nelbach. 

157  George  Balke. 

158  Wendlin  Kneller. 

159  Mrs.   Anna  Card. 

159  Archibald  Richardson. 
159  Joseph  Belavance. 

159  Henry  R.  Grosjean. 

160  Eilers  Bros. 

162  Vacant   lot. 

163  St.  Joseph's  Assembly  Hall. 

164  Charles   Grestl. 
164  Andrew   Grestl. 
165-167  Church  Yard. 
165-171  Convent  of  St.  Clara. 
166  Vacant,  lot. 

168  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Gilbert. 
168  Andrew  Grestl. 
170  Virgil   J.    Essel. 
170  Louis   K.   Faass. 
fl74  James  tain. 

173  Nurses'  Home — St.  Elizabeth's  Hos- 
pital. 
175  Elizabeth  Estes. 
175  James  A.  Rathbun. 
175  Mary  Houck. 
175  Robert  P.  Scott. 

175  Herman  Ratnour. 

176  Ignaz    Schoeller. 

177  Ferdinand  Buehler. 

178  Carl  Haug. 

179  John   C.  Fulmer. 

180  Mary  Scheid. 

181  Engine  Co.  No.  4. 
Wiley  St.  Begins. 

182  Henry  Johnson  Co. 
182y2  Albert  Drezek. 
184  Charles  M.  Lappin. 
186  Vacant. 

186  Vacant. 

188  Edward  Graves. 

190  Wendelin  Kneller. 

LANSING    STREET 

Steuben  Park  to  Culver  Ave.— 4th,  8th  and 

10th    Wards. 
Park    Ave.    Crosses.        , 

2  Fanny  Berger. 

3  Mrs.   Mary  A.   Thatcher. 
/         3  William  H.  McKennan. 


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4  Dr.   James   G.   Hunt. 

5  Mrs.  Emma  Brown. 

6  John  J.  Lackey. 

6  Mary  Lackey. 

7  Charles   E.    Irving. 

8  John   B.   Foulkes. 

8  Norman    W.     Rhodes. 

9  Robert  E.   Rennie. 

10  George    E.    Johnson. 

11  James  H.    Gaffney. 

12  Mrs.  W.  T.  Vayo. 

13  Patrick   H.    Byrnes. 

14  Henry  B.    Safford. 

15  William  H.  Jewett. 

16  George  Ehrsam. 

17  William    C.    Coram. 

18  Mary  McMorrow. 

18  Mrs.   Margaret  DeLester. 

19  Mrs.   Mary  B.   McGucken. 

20  Alfred  H.  Coram. 

21  Clifford   M.    Teller. 

22  Vacant. 

23  Henry  H.  Timerman. 

24  Henry    Cowles. 

25  Terence  McManus. 

26  Adolph  Lucha. 

27  Isaac  Lumberg. 

28  Robert  H.   Reid. 

29  Mrs.  Emma  J.  Greene. 
29%  Edward  I.  Silverman. 
29%  Mrs.  Kate  A.  Frey. 

30  H.    James   Horrocks. 
John  St.  Crosses. 

31  Rose  M.   Byrne. 

31  Thomas  E.   Norton. 

32  Samuel   Goldburg. 

32  J.    Edgar   Smith. 

33  William   F.    Filkins. 
35  John  F.   Lloyd. 

35  Michel  J.   Rowland. 

34  Samuel  Mailman. 
34  John   Schaeffer. 

36  Moses    Shiman. 

37  Robert    S.    Bice. 

38  Hugh    E.    Thomas. 

39  John   W.    Ryan. 

40  Vacant. 

40  Thomas  Ward. 

41  Henry    T.    Schindler. 
41%  Lincoln  Holroyd. 

42  Joseph  Conroy. 

42  Frederick  Zerbucken. 

43  Mrs.  Anna  Cahill  Estate. 

44  Mrs.   Charlotte  J.   Lewis. 

45  Sarah  A.  Andrews. 

46  George  H.  Fischer. 

47  William  S.  Mackie. 

48  John  C.  Desmond. 
First  St.   Crosses. 

49  John  L.  Hall. 

50  Austin  Noyes. 
■51  Vacant. 

52  Mrs.   Mildred  V.  Addington. 

52  Gertrude   Ball. 

53  Alice   M.    Geary. 

54  Alex.  J.  Houde. 

55  A.  Willard  James. 

56  Josephine   Hill. 

57  Charles  T.  Peabody. 

57  Mary  J.    Parry. 

58  Alonzo   F.    Northrup. 

59  Michael  M.   Hennessey. 
59%  Mrs.  Catherine  Moore. 

60  Annie  O'Reilly. 

60  William  F.  Hayes. 

61  Mary  E.  Hefferin. 

62  Anthony   B.    Rayhill. 


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281 


LANSING    STREET— Continued 

63  Patrick  H.  Fitzgerald. 

64  Charles  H.   Schwab. 

64  %  Mrs.  Margaret  Dority. 

65  George  Shotthaier. 

66  Mrs.  Charlotte  E.   Deane. 

67  John  F.   Evans. 

68  Miss  Ella  Keeling. 

69  Michael  J.  Leahy. 

70  Charles  B.  Smith. 
70  Ralla  C.  Palmer. 
70  Oliver  F.  Starr. 

70  James  D.   Lombard. 
70  Mrs.  O.  Spencer. 

70  John  C.  MacGinnis. 
70%  David  Timmerman. 

71  John  Flynn. 

71  Harold   Flynn. 

72  Joseph  Nelson. 

72  William  Collins. 
•econd   St.   Crosses. 

73  Edwin  L.  McCoy. 
73%Edward  A.   Redner. 

74  Jerry  Zito. 

75  William  Montgomery. 

76  Bruce  C.  Hollenbeck. 

77  Harry  D.   Hurd. 

78  W  illiam   M.   Philleo. 

79  George  B.  Allen. 

81  Vacant   lot. 

80  Mrs.  Margaret  Carney. 

82  Franz  J.  Weber. 

82  Dennis  F.  Howe. 

83  Frank  M.  Bremiller. 

84  Thomas  C.   Supple. 

85  Charles    Taylor.  \ 

86  William  Lewis. 

87  Mrs.  Ellen  Roberts. 

88  Joseph  F.  Corr. 

88%  Michael  A.  Dwyer. 

90  Vacant  lot. 

89  John  R.   Rickard. 

91  Anthony   Miner. 

91  Jane  T.  Duress. 

92  Addis  C.  Olds. 

93  Nick  F.  Louis. 

93  Thomas  O'Brien. 

94  Richard  H.  Kelly. 

95  George  A.   Roberts. 
96-100  Vacant  lots. 

97  Mrs.   Ellen  Donovan. 
99  Amos  Curtis. 
Third  Ave.  Crosses. 

101  John  Kelly. 

102  Vacant  lot. 

103  William  J.    Reilly. 

103  Mrs.  Margaret  A.  Hay. 

104  Mary  E.   Murray. 

105  Vacant  lot. 
Morris  St.   Crosses. 

107  Edwin  L.  Van  Slyke.  ' 

107  Jennie  A.   Brown. 

108  Bartholomew  J.   Moore. 

109  Vacant  lot. 

110  John  Dondero. 

112  James   J.    Marsden. 
112  Julia  McCoy. 
Mohawk    St.    Crosses. 
111-113-114  Barn. 
116  Mrs.   Ulrlka  Lanz. 
116  Edward  A.  Hlnes. 

116  Mrs.  Anna  S.   Davis. 

117  Simon   E.    Martus. 

118  Mrs.  Frederick  Schloop. 

119  Vacant. 

120  Philander  Webber. 

121  George  Leary. 


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121  George  Keene. 

122  Mrs.   Marg.   Buttlmer. 

122  Edward   Sandsbury. 

123  Joseph  F.  Gainsway. 

124  Louis  La  Paugh. 

125  William    Markis. 

126  William  J.  Brown. 

127  George   Standen. 

128  John  McCabe. 

128  William   B.   Wright. 

129  Antonio   Denauro. 

129  Alfonza  Raiano. 

130  Michael   H.   Grace. 
131-137  Vacant  lots. 
132  William   Hedderich. 
134  Robert    Harris. 

134  James  J.   Skully. 
134  Daisy  Harris. 
136  Mike    Arlotto. 

138  Ambrose  Lee. 

139  Annie   Mack. 

139  Mrs.    Nellie    Collins. 
140-144  Vacant  lots. 
141  Vacant. 
•  141  Vacant. 
143  Severio   C.   Napolitano. 
143  Vacant. 
145  Theodore  S.  Johnson. 

145  George  A.  Poilsse. 

146  Frank  J.   Pusey. 

141  Millard  L.   Silvernail. 

146  Fred  W.   Kischel. 

147  Michael    G.    McGovera 

148  John    Powers. 

150  John  Lewis. 

151  William  F.  O'Brien. 

152  Josephine   Danner. 

153  Henry  V.  Pryne. 

154  Luigo    De    Angelo. 

155  Maurice    R.    Chapin. 

156  Joseph  Corile. 

156  Samuel  Grazino. 

157  Jesse   B.    Silvernail. 

158  Syrians. 

159  John    Bowers. 

159  Mrs.    Margaret    Magulre. 

160  Thomas  J.  Tulloch. 

160  Mrs.   Henry  Burke. 
160%  Mrs.  Harriet  Shlpman. 

161  John  C.  Schermerhorn. 

161  Edwin   M.   Seavey. 

162  Samuel    Conde. 

163  Rodrick  O.  Champagne. 
Lansing   Street   School. 

164  George  N.   Simmons... 

164  Peter    Shaw. 
166  Henry  McGough. 

Belmont  Ave.    Begins. 

165  Wesley   R.    Capron. 


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AND  MEN  WEAR 

OPPOSITE  NEW  HOTEL  UTICA. 


LANSING     STEEET— Continued 

166  Cornelius     McCarthy. 
-    166  William  F.   O'Brien. 

167  Peter  J.  Duffy. 
167%  Philip  Brady. 

168  Mrs.   Alice   Chri.=  tman. 

169  Howard  R.  Ingalls. 

170  Louis  Plante. 

170  Edgar  D.   Hughes. 

172  John  J.   Dolphin. 

174  Joseph  D.  Weis. 
174%  Charles  A.  Lindsley. 

Bethany  Church. 
Albany    St.    Crosses. 

169  John  F.  Donnelly. 

171  John    H.    Clark. 

173  Max  E.    Nerschl. 
Kossuth   Ave.   Crosses. 

182  James    Quinn. 

182  William  L.  Weaver. 

175  Walter  E.  Jones. 

176  Thomas  J.   Toomey. 

176  William  M.  Strait. 

178  Vacant  lot. 

184  Louis  W.  Wallace. 

177  John    Halwig. 

186  Walter  Moiling. 

179  Mrs.   Anna   Fletcher. 
188  Michael  Coyle. 

188  James  W.   Wilson. 
181  Mrs.   Mary.Leary. 

190  Frank  J.  Danquer. 

183  George    Irle. 
183  Walter  T.  Day. 

185  Golden  R.  Smith. 
185  Arthur  W.  Griswold. 

192  Hurley   F.    Kishbaugh. 

194  Hugh  F.  Hanley. 

187  Andrew  L.  Margach. 

196  Albert   Schram. 

189  George  Petty. 

189  Mrs.  Minnie  Bork. 
189  Charles  Berg. 
189  Lorenzo  Hotaling. 

191  Fred  A.  Purcell. 

193  W'illiam  Angell. 

200  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Schilling. 
202  Benjamin  L.  Burroughs. 
202  David  "Williams. 

195  Oranz  Fuller. 

197  Peter  J.  Keenan. 

■  204  William   Bromley. 
204  Martin  Berg. 
199  D.   Edwin  Joynt. 
199  Clair  H.  Williams. 
\     208  James  Maddocks. 
208  Elijah  B.   Clive. 


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205  Rev.  Matthew  D.  Sill. 
210  Francis  F.   Budd. 
207  Centenary   Church. 
Nichols    St.    Crosses. 

213  Richard    H.    Jones. 
213  John   Humphry. 
213  J.    Hill. 

215  Eugene  Dougherty. 
217  Vacant    lot. 

219  Lawrence   Entwistle. 

220  John  A.    Rahauiser. 

221  Raymond  H.  Huckell. 
221%  Maurice  J.  Lynch. 

222  Vacant. 

222  Miss  Anna  M.  Lucey. 

223  William  A.  Powell. 

223  John    P.    Ryan. 

224  Michael    Malone. 

224  Hiram  R.  Millard.    - 

225  Vacant  lot. 

226  Louis  Kambeitz. 

226  Clayton   Elliott. 
,          227  Jerry   J.    Dulan. 

227  Lauren  C.  Turk. 

228  Cornelius    Buckley. 
Jefferson   Ave.   Crosses. 

229  Vacant. 

230  Charles  F.  Canter. 

232  William    T.    Croak. 
234-262  Vacant  lots. 

231  Ellen  Lawler. 
231  Vacant.     ■ 

233  William  Jones. 
233  Henry  Boehlert. 

233  Thomas  J.  Burns. 

234  George  H.  Smith. 

234  Mrs.  Bridget  Clark. 

235  William   Rathbun. 

236  Herbert  W.  Kingsley. 
236  Theo.   Bergner. 

239  James  J.   Burke. 
243  Domenick  Salermo. 
243  John  O.  Lavoie. 
245  James  M.   Cross. 
245  George  M.  Tillson. 

245  Mrs.  Catherine  Carney. 

246  Jasper  L.  Millard. 

246  Edward  Leonard. 

247  John    Paolozzi. 

247  Charles    Cullen. 
249  James  E.   Ward. 
249  William  Booth. 

248  Harry  T.  B.  Miller. 
248  Edward  J.  Reigler. 
251  Mrs.  Ellen  Devereaux. 
251  Edward  Fletcher. 

264  William  T.  Phelps. 

255  Francis  E.  Foley. 

255  Raymond  Keeler. 

255  Anna    B.    Sullivan. 
Bacon   St.   Crosses. 
West    Shore    Railroad    Crosses. 
Tllden   Ave,    Crosses. 
Ontario  St.  Crosses. 

271  William  C.   Donaldson. 

285  Henry  Boden. 

LAUEA    STEEET 

157  Albany  to  Tilden  Ave.— 13th  Ward. 

1  William  H.  Steinbrecher. 

1  Madge  Eschler.  / 

3-31  Vacant  lots. 
33  Chas.    H.    Staley. 
33  Thomas  F.  Sayles. 
Vacant  lots. 


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LAWRENCE     AVENUE 

Arnold  Ave.  to  Hill  Crest  Ave.— 11th  Ward. 

Vacant  lots. 
Cralge   Ave.    Ends. 

Vacant  lot. 
Arcadia  Ave.   Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 

LAWRENCE    STREET 

Culver  Ave.  to  Tilden — 13th  Ward. 
1  Vacant  lot. 

LEAH    STREET 

39  Elm  to  St.  Vincent— 7th  and  12th  Wards. 

1  George  D    Vincent. 

2  Mrs.  Frances  Amrhein. 

2  William  A.  Reath. 
2%    Brayton   J.   Pugh. 

2%  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Crosby. 

3  James  A.  Dorsey. 
'3  John  Zimmer. 

4  Albert  C.   Stiefvatiy. 

4  John  A.   Servatius. 

5  Evan  Roberts. 

5  Harry  C.  Orchard. 

6  Mrs.  Magdalene  Amrhein. 

7  Michael  E.   McAvoy. 

8  Wallace  P.   Rogers. 

8  Mrs.  Margaret  Reath. 

9  Rose   F.    Mack. 

10  Frederick  Amrhein. 

10  Mrs.    Barbara    Imhoff. 

11  Frank  L.   Casler. 

11  Mrs.   E.   A.   Roberts. 

12  Robert  T.   Jones. 

13  Hannah  Francis. 

14  Henry  J.  Timm. 

15  Ulysses  H.  Root. 

16  David  J.   Jones. 

17  Edward  F.  Hines. 
17  Harriet  L.  Edic. 

19  Thomas  J.  Hines. 

20  Richard  J.  Bliss. 

21  David  W.   Williams. 

21  George  A.  Goodrich. 

22  Regina  Gruebnau. 

23  Mary  Place. 

23  John  Bradin. 

24  The    Warren — 

James    Wickham. 
24  Vacant. 
24  Mary  Maguire. 

24  Patrick  E.  Moran. 

25  Mrs.  Emily  Dixon. 
25- Mrs.   Rose  Hill. 

26  Hugh  McGee. 

26  William  H.  Scheideman. 

26  Richard  P.  Foley. 

27  William    Cowan. 
27  Richard  W.  Cahill. 

29  Margaret    Ryan. 

30  John   F.    Carney. 
■    30  Charles  Bahr. 

31  John   H.    Owens. 

31  Robert  E.    Roberts. 

32  William  A.  Ellis. 

33  Humphrey  E.    Jones. 

34  William  Griffiths. 
34  Richard  Pugh. 

36  William  J.  Graves. 
36  Ira  J.  Dunham. 
36y2  Allen  T.  Beehm. 
38  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Brady. 
40  Thomas   Carl. 
42  John  T.  Carl. 
42  Rose  E.  Hill. 
Steuben   St.   Crosses. 


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45  William  H.  Houston. 

45  David  Jones. 

46  William  R.  Williams. 

46  John  H.  Roberts. 

47  John  M.  Roberts. 

48  William  J.  Servatius. 

48  Mrs.   Lena  Crimmer. 
48%  John  C.  Lewis. 

West   St.    Crosses. 

49  Mrs.  Margaret  A  Brown. 

50  Owen  Hughes. 

50  William   R   Jones. 

51  Mrs.  Alice  Hamm. 

52  Evan  Hughes. 

52  Morris  Pritchard. 
Miller  St.  Crosses. 

55  Mrs.  Susan  Bowen. 
Miller  Street  School. 

57  Mrs.  Mary  Clark. 
Howard  Ave.  Crosses. 

61  Clark  B.  Starr. 

62  Rev.  David  Street. 
62%  Paul    Hitzelberger. 

63  William  C.  Batchelor. 

64  Peter  H.  Kunkel. 
64  Kittie  A.  Lennon. 

64  Edward  J.  Miller. 
Neilson   St.   Crosses. 

65  Peter  Connolly. 
65%  George   L.   Baker. 

66  James    E.    GiUen. 

66%    Edwin   E.   Whittemore. 

67  Miss  Cornelia  Grenelle. 

68  George   R.   Zimmer. 
67  Mrs.  Anna  Luke. 

69  J.  Merrill  Price. 
Seymour  Ave.  Crosses. 

80  Mrs.  Ida  M.  Kellogg. 
80  Fred    F.    Hedges. 
82  Arthur   J.    Truman. 
82  C.  H.  Barghusen. 
82  Ralph   M.   Lee. 
81-85  Vacant  lots. 
82  Frank   J.    McElroy. 
84  William  E.  Tripp. 
84  Harry  A.  Ulrich. 

84  James   T.   Goodwin. 
86  Wesley  H.   Johnson. 
86  Frank   I.    Johnson. 

Dudley  Ave.   Crosses. 
87-91  Vacant  lots. 

85  Albert   Pinfold. 

90  Florence  M.  Skeet. 

91  Joe  Mazza. 

92  Patrick  J.  Kinsella. 

93  John  Lloyd. 
Brlnckerhoff    Ave.    Crosses. 

94  Jerry    Mullen. 


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LEAH     STREET— Continued 

Taylor  Ave.   Crosses. 

94%  Thomas  Booth. 
94%  Bert  H.  Knapp. 
95  Charles  M.  Butler. 
95  George   L.   Simmonds. 

95  Edward  K.  Miller. 

96  Henry  L.  Batchelor. 

97  S.   Grant  Merriman. 

97  John  J.   Manley. 

98  Ervin  L.   Brown. 

98  Fred  M.   Humiston. 

99  Leonard  Klingel. 

99  William  Tewksbury. 
100  Earl  B.  Townsend. 
100  Oren  M.  Jameson. 
104  John    J.    Nesius,    Jr. 
104  Carl  A.  Tritten. 
Conkllng  Ave.   Crosses. 

LEE    STREET 

Crosses  N.  Genesee  St.,  starting  a  short 
distance  east  of  N.  Genesee  and  Just 
north  of  overhear  crossing,  running 
westerly  and  joining  with  Meadow  St. 
(See   N.   Genesee). 

5  Jones  of  Utica  Trucking  Storehouse. 

LEEDS    STREET 

304    South    to    Eagle— 13th    Ward. 

1  Murray  Barbery. 

2  Vacant  lot. 

3  John   C.   McBride. 

4  Mrs.   Dora  Basford. 

5  "Vacant  lot. 

6  Barn. 

7  Albert  Miller,  Sr. 

8  "William  A.  Treen. 
9-10  Vacant  lots. 

11  Frank  Koehler. 

12  Thomas  M.  Bergin. 

12  Paul    B.    Thiel. 

13  Charles  C.  Steates. 
13  Bernard  Laska. 

13  Ernest  Hyle. 

14  Vacant  lot. 

15  James  A.   Hagues. 

16  Frank  W.  Henry. 

17  George  Crusen. 

18  Charles  Burky. 

18  George  B.  Dusenbury. 

19  John  Oakley. 

20  Fred  C.  Biel. 

20  Charles  C.  Wehman. 
iX  Fred   G.   Hammond. 

21  Andrew  Zoller. 

22  Louis  Helmes. 
24  Jay  A.  Nelson. 
26  Frank  H.  Treen. 


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West   Shore   RR.   Crosses. 
30  August  Schultz. 
32  William  C.  Hacker. 
32  Mrs.  Jane  Dyer. 
34  Mrs.   Cynthia  Fox. 

36  Joseph   Schmidt. 

37  Mrs.   Mary  Schultz. 

38  Isaac  Fink. 

39  Vacant  lot. 

40  Frank  Bach. 

41  Henry    C.    Gross. 
42-62  Vacant  lots. 

Eagle  St.  Crosses. 

61  Gotfried  Siegenthaler. 
67  Peter   D.   Pflanz. 

67  Frederick  Scott. 

68  Albert,  V.    Kranz. 

68  James   A.    Lindsey. 

69  Jennie   Lucas. 

70  George   Cobb. 

70  John  L.  Price. 

71  Chris.  H.  Stukey. 

72  Vacant  lot. 

LESLIE  AVENUE 

Butterfield  Ave  to  Holland  Ave. — 7th  Ward. 

LEXINGTON    PLACE 

153  Elm   to   High   St.— 7th   Ward. 

2  Mrs.   Eugene   Davenport. 
2  Vacant. 

4  Edmund  Lloyd. 

5  Charles   F.    Burkhardt. 

7  Charles  G.  Gschwind. 

9  Benjamin   G.    Langdon. 
9  George  T.  Gau. 

6  George  J.  Winslow. 

8  George  T.  Burton. 
10  John  H.  Duke. 

10  Fred  J.  Knee. 

LIBERTY    STREET 

124    Genesee   to   Whitesboro — 2d   Ward. 
1-3  Joseph  H.  Moran. 

5  Costello  &  Teefey. 

6  O'Donnell  &  Boucher. 

7  Jacob  Ball. 

8  F.  C.  Butterfield. 

8  Vacant. 

9  Boonville  Cold  Storage  Co. 
9  McLeod  &  Ormsbee. 

Burchard  Lane  Ends. 

10-12  T.   R.  Thomas  &  Co. 

11  Thomas  J.   Griffiths. 
11  Y  Drych. 

11  The  Cambrian. 
14  Milton  T.  Jones. 
16  TJtica  Advocate. 
16  Vacant. 
16  Joseph  Woolsleger. 

16  Henry  F.   Hillenbrand. 
Hotel  St.  Crosses. 

13  Fred  S.  Scherer. 

15-17-19  George  W.  Gammel. 

17  Martha  Moeller. 
18-20  Sunday  Tribune. 

20  Herald-Dispatch. 

21  Vacant. 

22  Nicholas  F.  Louis. 

23  William  E.  Owen  &  Son. 

24  Utica  Rescue  Mission. 

26  Charles  J.  Amrhein. 

25-27  William  E.  Owen  &  Son. 

27  Joseph  Nunn. 

28  Hobbie  &  Baker. 
30-32  Chamberlain  &  Co. 
32  George  Reynolds. 

32  Lillian  Rood. 
32  Leon   Brennan. 


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LIBERTY    STREET— Continued 

32  Edward  Kinney. 

32  James  Burke. 

32  Henry  Brown. 

32  Mitchell  Hayden. 
Seneca  St.  Crosses. 

29-33  William  B.  Parry  &  Sona. 

35-39-41    Utica  Paper  Box  Co. 

36-38   Samuel   Getzlek. 

40  Charles  Joe. 

40  Max    Robinson. 

45-47-49  Utica  Knitting  C,  No.  8 

42  Hyman  Tumposky. 

44  Edward    A.    Kneller. 

44  Sol  Rosenbloom. 

44  Joseph  F.   Cooney. 

46  Harry    Bonnett. 

46  Meyer  H.  Dumain. 

48  O.   J.   Childs  Co. 

50  Utica  Brass  Works. 

52  "Vacant 

56  Samuel    Berman. 

64  Vacant. 

59  Utica  Wrecking  Co. 

66  Willard  C.  Rounds. 

66  Joseph    Slakter. 

66  Charles  Bengloff. 

66  Philip  Perlman. 

66  Harry  Robinson. 

66  Harry  Kowalsky. 

66  Mrs.  John  H.  Webb. 
Washington  St.  Crosses. 

68  Lena  Rosen. 

69  H.  H.  Nusbaum. 

69  Ray  Nusbaum. 
Erie  Canal. 

70  Max    Stone. 

70  Solomon  &   Stone. 

70  Isaac  Perlman 

71  Harry   Frank. 

72  Jacob  Usdansky. 

73  Jacob  Usdansky. 

74  Israel  Goldberg. 

75  Anna  Carter. 

76  George  Welch. 
76  Max  Levine. 

76  Harry  Snow. 

77  Daniel  O'Brien. 

4        77  Samuel  Wallman. 

77  Vacant 

78-79  Harry  Gerber.  / 

Broadway   Crosses. 

80  Hotel  Reines. 

86  Louis  Kaplan. 

86  Nathan  Edelson. 

86  Louis  Edelman. 

87  Joseph  Paul. 
87  Samuel  Landy. 
87  Harry  Franklin. 

87  Vacant 
Charles  St.  Ends. 

88  Anthony  Janickl. 

89  Antoni  Buchinskl. 

90  Joseph  Rollband. 
90  William  Alasante. 

90  Frank  Jackson. 

91  Max  Glazier. 

92  Abraham  Cohen. 

92  Michael  Rogers. 

93  Richard   E.   Wormworth. 
93  Jacob  Criger. 

93  Andrew  Belskey. 

93  Olanzo  Crouse. 

94  Jacob  Rosenthal. 

94  Ignot  Stuchinski. 

95  Moses  D   Wilkinson. 


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95  Samuel  E.   Pell. 

95  Conway  Stearns. 

96  William    Butler. 
96  Louis  Wineburgh. 

96  Hattie    Sliter. 

97  John   Buck. 

97  David  Rosenblott. 

98  John  Dzowankas. 

98  Tony  Lowenz. 

99  John  Miller. 

99  Harry    Mittelman. 
106-107-108  Utica  Fire  Alarm  Telegraph 

Co. 
110  Frank  Finch. 
110  Joseph   B.    Slakter. 

112  Isaac    Yust. 

113  Hyman     Freeman. 

113  Emma  Doyle. 

114  Charles    Novick. 

114  Andrew  Lifk. 

115  Isaac  Yust. 

117  Walter   Janisewskl. 
119  Meyer  Brill. 

119  Thomas    Clermont. 
119  Ignac  Jakubowicz. 

119  James   Brewer. 

120  John  Pierelsky. 

120  Joseph   Mills. 

121  Joe  Davis. 

121  John  Deagerski. 
123  Edward  Collins. 
123  Leon    Gzebienak. 

123  Joseph  Klein. 

125  Cornelius    Donovan. 

124  Joseph  Wanka. 

124-127  Capron   Knitting  Mill. 

Jacob  Fassler,  cor.  Whitesboro  and 
Liberty. 

LINCOLN     AVENUE 

49    Court    to    West    Pleasant — 3d    and    11th 
Wards. 
102-116  Evans   &  Edwards. 

118  Amelia  Drogulska. 
118  Tony  Nowak. 

118  Stephen  Handzel. 
118  Mrs.  Fanny  Shely. 
118  Stanislaw  Supkowlcz. 
119-121  Oneida  Brewery. 
120  John  Gomolskl. 

122  Anthony  Jaworowskl. 
122  John  Szczesniak. 

122  Andrew  Zablnski. 
122  Szczepan  Zalewskl. 
Roberts  St.  Crosses. 

202  Ludwig  Maleckl. 
202  Kaziemierz  Milewskl. 
204  Joe  Robak. 
206  John  L.  Wojclckl 


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MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHIERS  FOR  BOYS  AND  MEN 
FROM  HEAD  TO  FOOT 

Across  ihe  Street  from  Hotel  Utica. 


LINCOLN   AVENUE— Continued 

206  Albert  Szymanski. 

207  Ignace  Brodzik. 

207  Ignacy  Przyborowski. 

207  Alex  Symanowski. 

208  Frank  J.   Walker. 

209  Mike  Midura. 

210  Walety  Niekus. 
210  Michael  Ziarko. 

210  Mikolaj   Jacko. 

211  Stanley  Janiszewski. 
211  Zachareus  Piarda. 

211  Mike  Krysak. 

212  Stanislaw  Karwowski. 
212  Peter  Jeruminek. 

212  Frank  Serek. 
Hart  St.  Begins. 
Mandeville  St.   Ends. 

216  John   Lewandowski. 

218  Putora  Ziarko. 

218  Wojciech   Gaciek. 

218  Anthony  Bagierowicz. 

218  Ludwig  Sacho. 

220  Walenty  Kosniowski. 

220  Peter  Kosniowski. 

220  Maciej  Kreciewiez. 

222  Vacant. 

222  Adam  Rzurawski. 

222  Joseph  Dzik. 

222  Joe  Sylik. 

224  John  Wiater. 

224  Joe  Matijasek.  > 

228  Kosciuszko  Hall. 

228  Stanley   Budzynski. 

229-231  Frank  B.   Koster. 

229-231  Michael  M.  Koster. 

230  Joseph  Walaszewski. 

230  Wladyslaw  Sokolowski. 

230  Vincent  Janicki. 

230  Vacant. 

232  Valentine  Konopka. 

232  Alexander  Chetnik. 

233  Boleslaw  Judycki. 

233  Joe  Luchowski. 

234  Floryon  Goloszewski. 

235  Barn. 

236  Stephen  Szatko. 

236  Antoni  Sroczek. 

237  Joe  Choinicki. 

237  Peter  Oluszewski. 
Cottage  Place  Ends. 

238  Joseph  Brzezinski. 
238  Josephine  Michalak. 
238  Joe  Nowakowski. 
240  Jacob  Haas,  Sr. 

240  John  Kaczmarek. 
240  Joe  Podeszwa. 


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240  Stanley  Gorski. 

240  Andrew  Matuskiewicz. 

242-244  John  A.  &  Mary  Mielnik. 

246  Charles  Konratowicz. 

246  Peter  Hojnicki. 

248  Karol  Welik. 

252  Adam  Idzikowski. 

252  Leon  P.  Jankiewicz,  M.  D. 

254  Frank  C.  Wolcott. 

258  Stanley  Kernorzek. 

258  Ludwig  Krzezwiak. 

258  Mary  Babic. 

258  "Walenty  Kowalczyk. 

260  Stanislaw  Liss. 
'260  Joe  Lachacz. 

261  Frank  Jasinski. 

262  Joseph  Wasielewski. 

263  Stanislaw  Topa. 

266  Peter  Jaglowski. 
268  Dr.  John  Karuzas. 
268  Fred  Salvione. 

Warren  St.   Begins. 
265  Joe  Bugnacki. 

267  John  Szablak. 
267  Tom  Rogoski. 

267  Kaziemierz  Billinski. 
267  Mikolaj  Szutkowski. 
267  Anthony  Kociela. 
267  Ida  Jaksina. 
270  Wilder  B.  Farrell. 
271-273  William  E.   Guth. 
275  Frank  Parzek. 

275  Jan  Czchon. 
277  Frank  Herubin. 
277  Stanley  Ropiecki. 

277  Alex  Romanowski. 
279  Frank  Herubin. 

William  St.   Ends. 
Frances  St.   Begins. 

272  Rose  Wojciechowska. 

272  Tony  Wojciechowski. 

272  Felix  Sokolowski. 

272  Wladyslaw  Cieslak. 

272  Anna  Stominowska. 

272  Stas  Barczewski. 

274  John  Scharmach. 

274  Adam  Grabowski. 

274  Zjgmunt  Rejmisz. 

274  Jacob  Brych. 

274  Mike  Ziminski. 

276  Frank  Cichy. 
276  Matejus  Getek. 
276  Albert  Kozlowski. 
276  Joseph  Karpinski. 
276  Stanislaw  Buncek. 

278  Balestan  M.  Szymanski. 

278  Frances  Ziminski. 

279  Vacant  lot. 

281  Walter  Czerkies. 

281  Cath  Sulteska. 

280-284  Holy  Trinity  Church  (Polish). 

283  Stanley  Sulski. 

283  Wojchiech  Gleba. 

284  Holy  Trinity  Catholic  School. 

286  Used  by  Polish  School. 

287  Szczspan  Golas. 
287  Joseph  Obarski. 
287  Joseph  Sokolowski. 

289  George  Moser. 

285  Polish   Library. 

290  Vincenty  Derajtus. 
290  Leo  Rzylka. 

292  Nicholas  Herubin. 
292  Edward  Krynickl. 
294  Vacant  lot. 
296  Alexander  Palunka. 
296  Joseph  Zuzga. 
296  Theodore  Herubin. 


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LINCOLN    AVENUE— Continued 

296  Alex  Smaka. 
298  Valentine  Drejza. 
29S  Fred  Haak. 
Klrkland  St.  Crosses. 
,  303  Mary  A.  Weider. 

309  Frank  H.  Ritter. 
308  John  C.  Middel. 
308  Mary  Foxenberger. 

310  Stephen  Moskowicz. 
313  Stanislaw  Goronczyk. 
313  John   Sokolowski. 

313  Maryan  Banach. 
313  John  Mazorowski. 
313  Wladyslaw  Zarnoch. 

313  Ignacy  Szalkowski. 

314  Jennie  Koehl. 

315  Stanislaw  Motyka. 

315  Felix-  Bargielski. 

316  Alexander  Schroeder. 

317  Adam  Krawczky. 
317  Peter  Szcerbicki. 

320  John  M.  Herrick: 

322  Vacant  lot. 

321  John  Samson. 
321  Albert  Barth. 

323  William  H.  Evans. 

325  Francis  Starczewski. 

326  Bernard  Fuco. 
329  Karl  Miller. 

Plant  St.  Crosses. 

331  Lorenzo  Boon. 

333  Vacant  lot. 
Sunset  Ave.   Crosses. 

336  Mrs.   Elizabeth  Murray. 

336  Constantine   Vaeth. 

340  John   J.    Robischon. 

342  Henry   L.    Wilkin. 

348  William   Russell. 
Tracy  St.   Ends. 

350  Joseph   Luckina. 

354  Edward    J.    Ecwen. 

354  .Albert  J    Br.wpfi. 

355  Edward   Alsheimer. 

358  Mrs.   Margaret  Flanagan. 
360  Mary  Heintz. 

360  Grove  Goodson. 
Vacant  lots. 

Hickory  St.  Begins. 

361  Mrs.    Flora   Snyder. 
361  James   B.   Perkins. 

364  Alfred  W.  Fairweather. 

364  Mary    Murphy. 
Noyes   St.    Ends. 

413  Roman  Bodmer. 

415  August  K.   Yost. 

417  Mary   Fay. 
Mulberry  St.    Ends. 

419-421  Vacant    lots. 

425  James  Varett. 

425  Walter  L.   Brown. 

425  Mrs.  Nettie  J.  Hulser. 

420  William   J.    Conklin. 

420  Kate   Greenia. 

422  Mathias   Robischon. 

422  Vacant. 

424  Mary  Jorgensen. 

424  John  Colerick. 

428  Vacant  lot. 

430  Frederick   Bach. 
430  Mrs.    Celia   Sauve. 

431  Lawrence  Appier. 
433  Frank   Seniff. 

Chestnut  St.   Ends.  , 

435  Charles   F.    Seitzer. 
Oswego  St.  Ends. 


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505  Harry  C.   Merritt. 
505  Home   Laundry. 
509  Oscar  Busch. 
509  William   A.    Scott. 
511  Marmaduke  Clark. 

511  Vacant. 

512  Vacant    Let. 

513  Vacant. 

527  Fenton   W.  Johnson. 
527  Byron   B.    Brown. 
Waverly  Place   Ends. 

522-526  W.  F.  Bossert  Mfg.   Co. 

529  Vacant. 

530  Indian  Refining  Co. 

531  Charles    Sohn. 
531  Fred  L.  Holmes. 
531  August  Barkey. 
531   vacant. 

533  oecit'^    J-    Brcwii. 
533  John   Knobloch. 
535  Frank  Sezezur. 
535  Frank  J.  Burke. 
Watson    Place    Ends. 
537  Charles  Wolber. 
537  Charl°s   Hemmel. 
566  Weber  Bros. 
570  John   P.  Weber. 
574  Ewakl     Fe-ghaus. 

574  Cono   Dinger. 

575  Edward  A.  Cole.. 
578  Louis   Lilling. 
586  Peter  Weber. 
590-614  Lortz-Teuscher  Co. 
606  Vacant. 

Shaw   St.    Ends. 

Vacant   lets. 

638  Herman   Zerr.enz. 

640  Charles  Martin. 

640  Frank   Bohner. 

64  1  GPoigp    }  •  hn°r. 

C42  John   G.    Bohner. 

644  Louis  Stettner. 

646  Emil   A     Schulre. 

650  James  L.  Sommerville. 
Newell    St.    Ends. 

652  John  Heitz. 

658  John    .Vest. 

671  Francis    Leard. 

681  Herbert  Doherty. 

681  Harry   G.    Adams. 
Bathhouse. 

6S5  George   It.  Entwistle. 

685  John  Unser. 

687  Anton    Llebhaber. 

689  Peter   Schrader. 

691  Michael   E.   Colwell. 
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MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHES,  HATS,  FURNISHINGS, 
SHOES  FOR  MEN  AND  BOYS 

Cor.  LaFayeUe  and  Seneca  Sts. 


3 
5 
7 
7 
City  St. 
9 


LINDEN  AVENUE 

Merrlllne    to    Hazelhurst    Ave. — 11th    Ward. 

Tom  Maza. 
Vacant  lots. 
Tony  Grandats. 
Vacant  lots. 
Tony  Amato. 

LINDEN     STREET 

Wheeler  Ave.  to  York — 9th  and  14th  Wards. 

Vacant  lots. 
Utica   Coal   Co. 

2  Heron   Mfg.    Co. 
Bossert  Mfg.  Co.   (Rear). 

I  John  Campbell. 

1  Peter  J.  Bach. 
West  Ave.  Crosses. 

3  Harry  A.  Losie. 
Lawrence     Hamburger. 
Bertha  Thieme. 
Ernest  Liebing. 
John  Mullin. 

Crosses. 

Mrs.   Margaret  A.  Daly. 

Vacant   lots. 
15  Vacant. 
17  Vacant. 

19  W.  Clarence  Ryan. 
19  William  J.  Wagner. 

School    Xo.    19. 
21  Vacant. 
21. Edward  Gutheinz. 

Vacant  lots. 
29  Charles  Smith. 
Martin  St.  Crosses. 

Vacant   lots. 

LINWOOD    PLACE 

26  South  to  51    Eagle — 7th  Ward. 

2  Maggie  Pughe. 
2  John   O'Brien. 

4  William    Richards. 

4  Clarence  M.  Jeffers. 

6  David    Jones. 

7  Peter  A.   Keller. 

8  William  Richards. 

8  Harriet   E.  W  ucox. 

9  Agatha   Hornung. 
9  Clark   R.   Evans. 

9  Elvira  A.  Edwards. 
10  Dora   Frajiz. 

II  Orville  A.   Burnhanv. 
11%  Samuel   Pryor. 

11%  Agnes   S.    Lawrence. 

12  Mrs.   A.    B.   Horton. 

13  Thomas   W.    Wallace. 

14  William    Servatius. 


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15  Mrs.  Ellen  McGuire. 

16  Charles  E    Combs. 
16%  Ernest  C.  Meyers. 
16%  Thomas  E.  Morris. 

17  Augustus   W.    Danquer. 

17  William  H.  Clarke. 

18  Edward    Lewis. 

19  Ezra   Zeitlin. 

20  Mrs.   Carrie  Griffith. 
22  Nora  Hurley. 

22  Charles   S.   Hibbard. 
23%  William  E.  Kemp. 

23  John   Shea. 

24  Mary  A.  Jones. , 

24  Harry  McCredy. 

25  Mrs.   Annie  Kinney. 

25  Samuel  Abraham. 

26  Donald  Creeden. 

26  George  Maier. 

27  Marmaduke  D.   Clark. 

27  Margaret  A.  Jones. 

28  Mrs.  Anna  Jones. 

28  Griffith  W."  Daviea. 

29  Barn. 

30  Free  Methodist  Church. 

31  Joseph  L.   Faass. 

31  Mrs.  Hester  Crossman. 

33  Neta  L.  Moshier. 

34  Harvey   H.    Bice. 

34  George  F.   Hendrick. 

35  Rev.  Harvey  D.   Brink. 

36  Charles   G.   Hungerford. 

37  L.   Emory  Simons. 

38  Isaac   Johnson. 

38  Madison  G.   Roberts. 

40  William    F.    Wilson. 

41  Charles  G.  Steinmayer. 

LOCK    STREET 

D.,   L.  &  W.   RR.  to  19  Schuyler— 2d  Ward. 
2  Edward    Buchner. 

2  John  E.   Schreck. 

3  Jacob   Schafer. 

3  Carl  E.  Muller. 

4  Vacant    lot. 

5  John  J.   K.   Hansmann. 

5  Miss  Anna  Buschmann. 

6  Fred   L.    Pahnke. 

7  George  H.  Hoyt. 

7  Jacob  H.  Kratzenberg. 

8  Joseph  May. 

9  William   Spencer. 
9  Charles  Smith. 

10  Louis    Woodstre. 
10  Sidney  Woodstre. 
12  John  A.  Zobel. 

12  Joseph  Spealman. 

13  William   Regensburger. 

13  Charles  Aiken. 

14  Tony  Pole. 

15  William    Smith. 

16  Michael  Piens. 

16  Leon  Piens. 

17  Vacant  lot. 

18  Michael   Ching. 
18  Rocco  Buce. 

LOUISA     STREET 

25    Elm    to   86    Steuben— 7th    Ward. 

2  Mrs.  Mary  Clair. 

3  Barthel   Weber. 

3  Austin  R.  Hemstreet. 

4  William  H.   Thomas. 

5  Owen  R.  Griffiths. 

6  Abel  L.   We'.don. 

6  Daniel  A  Carter,  Jr. 

7  Michael    Breitenstein. 

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LOUISA  STREET— Continued 

9  Lawrence   Connors.  • 

9  Allen  J.  Ross. 

10  Frank    H.    Pomeroy. 

11  William   R.   Griffiths. 

12  Owen  P.  Owens. 

12  Amos  M.  Jones. 

13  Peter  McCarthy. 

14  Thomas  J.   Farreil,    Sr. 

15  Valentine  D.  Walter. 

15  Charles  R.  Williams. 

16  Joseph   Weaver. 

17  Mrs.    Patrick    Reagan. 

18  Valentine   Frank. 

19  Vacant  lot. 

20  James  J.  Hynes. 

21  Clarence  Gifford. 

21  Vacant. 

22  Vacant   lot.    • 

23  Mary  A.  Jackson. 

24  David    D.    Griffiths. 

25  Anna  Werthman. 

25  Harry  Werthman. 

26  Charles-  H.  Harris. 

26  Herbert   R.   Joslin. 

27  Margaret    McNamara. 

27  William  H.  Marks. 

28  John  O'Keefe. 

29  Catharine    Salisbury. 

29  Fred  W.  Graystone. 

30  Henry  J.    Sink. 

30  Fred  Boardman. 

31  Mrs.    Martha   Franz.  « 

31  Joseph  Heneka. 

32  John   B.   Williamson. 
32  Andrew  R.   Brayton. 

32  Arthur  Hicks. 

33  Henry  Kehrer. 

33  Edgar    N.    Brjggs. 

34  John   D.   Donovan. 

34  George  M.   Vaeth. 

35  Frank  J.  Amrhein. 

35  Mrs.   Sarah   Walters. 

36  Mrs.    Margaret    McCudden. 

37  Barn. 

LOWER  CHURCHILL  AVENUE 

(Changed   to  Winner  Avenue). 

LUDLOW"  AVENUE 

Blandina   to    Proctor    Park — 13th    Ward 

Vacant  lots. 
6  Ivan  A.  Odell. 
Lansing    St.    Ends. 
St.  John  Ave.  Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 
Rutger   St.    Crosses. 

Vacant   lots. 
Ward   St.    Crosses. 

40  James  McGregor. 
Proctor  Ave.  Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 

John  F.  Roberts. 

Vacant  lots. 
Smith   St.    Ends. 

MADISON     LANE 

23   LaFayette  to   Pearl— 3rd   Ward. 

Rear   of   Seneca   and   Genesee   Sts. 

Stores. 
Women's    and    Children's    Fuimish- 
«ng  Co. 
8  Ferry's  Motorcycle  Garage. 
8  Keystone  Sign  Co. 
10-12  Jones'   Oyster  House. 

13  Vacant. 

14  Michael  J.   Murphy. 

16  Shaw's  Employment  Agency. 
Columbia    St.    Crosses. 


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22  Jones's    Housefurnishing    Store. 
24  Manley's    Cafe,    back    entrance. 

MAIN    STREET 

Bagg's   Sq.   to   Park  Ave. — 1st   Ward. 
101-109  Bagg's    Hotel. 
102-108  Ferdinand    Fries. 
110-112  Utica   Daily  Press. 
111-115  John  C.  Heiber  &  Co. 

116  Smith's    Taxicab    Co. 

117  Gerdon    &    Williams. 

118  Otis   L.   Smith. 

120  New    Eagle    Hotel. 

121  Guillaume  &  Co. 

122-128  New    York    State    Rys.     (Utica 

Line). 
124  New  York  State  Rys.    (Oneida  RR. 

Baggage  Room). 
123-129  New  N.  Y.  C.  &  H.  R.  R.  Depot. 
130-138  Brandegee,    Kincaid    &    Co. 
139  J.  Henry  Miller   (Inc). 
140-142  The    Hurd    &    Fitzgerald    Shoe 
First    St.    Cross?s. 

201-203  Daniel    Lux. 

205  Vacant. 

207  Haynes  Automobile  Co. 

209  Mary  Baker. 

209  Mrs.    Elizabeth    Dixon. 

210  Michael   Ritzo. 

211  Ross,  Saltzburg  &  Co. 

212  Mrs.   M.  A.   Jones. 
213-215  Swift  &  Co. 

214  William    H.     Sullivan. 

216  Mrs.    Ellen    Rexford. 

217  James  P.   Brown's  Sons. 

218  John   Jchnson. 

218  Serveri    Jacquemen. 

218  Antonio    Gr&rdi. 

219  Utica    Cold    Storage    &    Warehouse 

Co. 
221  William  E.   Davies. 
223-225  Armour  and   Co. 
226  Robert    Town. 
227-229  Adrian     Lee's     Sons. 
228  Wil'ard    Y<umg 
230  Jessie  S.  Wilcox. 
231-233  Jacob  Dold  Packing  Co. 
232  Charles  V.   Schram. 
Second    St.    Crosses. 

Rear   Lowery   Bros. 
301-321  Chas.  Millar  &  Son  Co. 
310  Charles  M.  Breithaupt. 
312  Patrick  Welch. 
312  John    J.    Curley. 
314  Willard  Vandewalker. 
314  George.    Cormie. 
316  Mrs.   Nora  Moore. 
318  Chas.  Millar  &  Son  Co.  Storehouse. 
322  Paul  Gross. 
324  Charles   E.    Holstein. 
326  Vacant. 


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328  Anna  H.  McDonald. 

328  Moses    Bernstein. 

330-332  Vacant   Lot. 

331-335  Standard  Oil  Co.   of  N.  Y. 

334  William    Ryan. 

334  Lawrence  F.  Simons. 

336  Anna   E.   O'Connor. 

336  Mary   O'Connor. 

MANDEVILLE     STREET 

84    Cornelia    to    Hart — 3d    and    11th    Wards. 
Barns. 

4  Hyman    Marwill. 

4  Albert  H.  White. 

6  Frank  A.  Westcott. 

6  Frank    W.    Madden. 

8  Frank    Moore. 

8  Anna   Pugh. 
10  Philip   Leiss. 
10  Mary   Hill. 
10  Annie   Sanford. 
12  Elizabeth  Miskimmin., 
12  Mrs.  Mary  Callahan. 
14  Russell    C.    McClelland. 
14  Mary  Bennett. 
14  Mrs.    Marie    Wendt. 
16  John    Lyons. 

16  James   Lyons. 

17  David  Ross. 

Mandeville  Street  School  House. 
Barn. 

18  James  McGee. 
18>,£  George   Norman. 
20  Patrick  H.  Carney. 
20  Fred  A.  Gross. 

20  Margaret    McGee. 
24  John   W.    Ketcham. 
26  Catherine  Faulkner. 
28  Mrs.   David  H.  Rugg. 
28  Arthur    Patterson. 
State    St.    Crosses. 

102  Vacant. 

103  Christen  Pedersen. 

103  Vacant. 

104  Joe  Liedtke. 

104  Joe  Gyngaleski. 

105  Joseph   Appier. 

106  John  Chrzanowski. 
106  Alex  Zalewski. 

106  Boleslaw  Zukowski. 

107  Otto    F.    Miller. 

108  Lizzie    Francis. 

108  John  C.  Carroll. 

109  John  Zeszulko. 

109  Joseph  Cyrklik. 

110  Charles  Snitzler. 

111  Michael  Bertha. 


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112  Addie  Decker. 

113  Polish. 

114  Walter  Moore. 

114  Mrs.   Martha   Stuber. 

115  Polish. 

116  Thomas   C.    Hughes. 
118  Walter   Smith. 

118  Jerome  Lockwood. 
120  Joseph  Appier. 

MANN     STREET 

Bleecker   to    Dwyer    Ave. — 8th    Ward. 
Ehlers  Ave.   Ends. 

Vacant   lots. 
Bartram  Ave.   Ends. 

Vacant   lots. 

MAPLE    STREET 

708     West    Ave.     to     York— 14th     Ward. 
1  William    Steffen. 

I  Mrs.    Bertha   Markwhatt. 
2-3-4  Vacant  lots. 

5  Charles  T.  F.   Steffen. 

5  Ross  C.   Davies. 

6  Walter   Jones. 

6  Lawrence    H.    Woodhead. 

8  Charles    E.    Schreck. 

8  George   Sebastian. 
City  St.   Crosses. 

7-13  Vacant  lots. 
10-12  Vacant  lots. 
14  William   J.    Looft. 

14  George    Jackson. 

15  Carl    Yahnke. 

16  William    Schofer. 
18-22  Vacant  lots. 

17  Edward   Bushmann. 
21    Edison    R.    Smith. 

21  Mrs.   Susie   Leonard. 

23-33  Vacant  lots. 

24  Patrick    M.    Loftus. 

24  Charles    Joslin. 

26-30  Vacant  lots. 

32  Frederick  C.  Heller. 

34  Vacant    lot. 

35  Andrew  J.  Halstead. 
Martin  St.  Crosses. 

MARGARET     STREET 

Butterfield    Ave.   to    Oneida    St. — 7th    Ward. 

Vacant  lots. 
50  John  W.  Smith. 
60  Vacant. 

Vacant  lots. 

MARGERY    STREET 

Kathleen    to    South — 13th    Ward. 

1  John    Cittadino. 

1  Tony  Scalise. 

3-4  Vacant   lots. 

6  Private  Home  for  Invalids. 

6  E.  Frances  Miller. 

6  Flora    Miller. 

8  William    W.     Corbett. 

8  Mrs.  Nora'  O'Connell. 

9  Chavncy   Covey. 
9  Jacob    Klossner. 

10  Mrs.    Susanna    Halderman. 
10  Vacant. 

II  Thomas    McGuinness. 
12-16  Vacant    lots. 

13  Mrs.   Jennie   Connolly. 
13  William  Murtaugh. 

MARKET    STREET 

Fulton   to   217    Bleecker — 4th    Ward. 

MARRON     AVENUE 

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291 


MARTIN     STREET 

Hickory    to    Thorn— 14th    Ward. 
2  William   Rueger. 
4  Simon  Uerz. 
6-10  Vacant   lots. 
Maple   St.   Crosses. 
Vacant  lots. 
14  Charles   Kachel. 
14  William  G.  Anacker. 
Oak    St.    Crosses. 

Vacant   lots. 
Linden   St.   Crosses. 
Vacant   lots. 
Ash    St.    Crosses. 

Vacant   lots. 

MARY    STREET 

67   Charlotte   to    Culver   Ave.— 4th,   8th    and 
10th    Wards. 
105-119  New  Court  House. 
108  Mrs.  Clara  B.  Symonds. 
108  John   Salisbury. 
110  Nicholas    Stoekhauser. 
112  John   J.   Nicholas. 
114  Vacant  lot. 
118  William    Mack. 

118  The   Menter. 

119  Mrs.  Sarah  A.  Reed. 

121  Willis   A.   Newth. 

122  Michael    Hughes. 
122  Annie  E.   Goodier. 

122  G.   Garry  MacFaggan. 

123  George    A.    Inman. 

124  James  Morris. 

124  Utica  Dispensary. 

125  Patrick  Curley. 

125  James   Sheehan. 

126  William    Dibble. 
126%  William   E.    Davis. 

127  Vacant. 

128  James  J.  Carroll. 
12S  William  L.  Denning. 

128  Mary  L.   Sexton.  • 

129  Vacant  lot. 

131  John  G.   Cushnie. 

132  John  Hinckley. 

133  George  W.  Crandall. 

134  Anna  M.   uline. 
135-137  William  L.  Jones. 

138  Mrs.   Jane  K.   Patten. 

139  Charles   H.    Warren. 

140  Mrs.  Florence  T.  Davis. 

141  J:  rank    Oberitter. 
143  Simon    Cohen. 
146  Mills   &   Ahles. 

Park   Ave.   Crosses. 
John   St.    Crosses. 

205  Ida  J.   Smith. 

207  Ferdinand   Fries. 

209  Mrs.  Anna  E.  Dygert. 

211  George  E.  Kokesch. 

211  Alice  Foran. 

212  Reuben  Alexander. 
212  Elinor    Richards. 

215  Robert  Williams. 

216  Matilda   Lalor. 

216  Marion  Davies. 

217  Albert  E.   Bailey. 

218  James  McGraw. 

219  William    Tiffany. 

220  Marie  Boyle. 

221  Theodore    M.    Glatt. 

222  Amelia  Shacofsky. 

223  Walter  Schuderer. 
223  Mary   A.    Servatius. 
226  Marcus  J.  Horn. 
226,  J.  Herbert  Gibbon. 
230  James  H.  McGarrity. 


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234  Jacob   Kaplan. 

235  Mark  G.   Haggett. 
235  Louis  Lemaurer. 
235  Henry    L.    Jones. 
235  Vacant. 

235  George    J.    McLoughlln. 

235  John  W.   Teller. 

236  Louis   Lee. 

238  Michael    A.    Wald. 

238  Mary  Doyle. 
23S  Thomas  Jones. 

23S  Charles  W.  Kelley. 

239  Hugh   Crocker. 
239  John    Collins,    Jr. 
239    William    F.    Carroll. 
239  Walter  J.  Shaughnessy. 
239  Walton  W.   Mitchell. 
239  Edwin   Jones. 

First    St.    Crosses. 

302  Edward   M.    Riggs. 
302  John    W.    Sage. 
302  Fred  W.   Dygert. 

302  Edward   J.    Brady. 

303  Fred  W.  Hoeschele. 

302  Edward  A.   Bates. 

303  James   H.    Read. 

305  William  F.   Aicholson. 

306  Augusta  R.   Potter. 

307  William  Webb. 

308  Henry  Hessler. 
311  Abe    E.    Nathan.  ■ 

311  Joseph   M.   Kavanagh. 

312  Winifred    Harding. 

313  Hugh   Heverin. 

314  Edward  C.   Bottger. 

315  Griffith   E.    Edwards. 

316  B.    E.    McHugh. 

317  Ellen  Nugent. 

318  George   Dickhaut. 

319  Laelius  D.   Brown. 

321  John    Syms. 

321%  John    A.    Swegles. 

322  Richard    A.    Henry. 
323y2  William    E.    Jones. 

323  Vacant. 

324  Thomas  H.  McEvoy. 

324  George    H.    Stack. 

325  David    Myers. 

325%  Werner    B.    Fischer. 

326  Mary    A.    Burns. 

327  Sadie    Greenwood. 

328  Arthur  Bender. 

328  Frank   Cowdre. 

329  Bessie  LaFay. 

330  George   F.    Klein. 

331  Mary   Doyle. 

332  Adam  Peters. 
332  Charles  Glatt. 
332  Henry  Mittall. 


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332  Vacant. 

333  Frank    S.    Baker. 
335  George   J.    Platler. 

339  William    M.    Gallagher. 
339  Mrs.    Mary   M.    Doyle. 
Second  St.   Crosses. 

402  Mrs.   Birdie  North. 
402  Wolf   Sandsman. 

402  Israel  Simon. 

403  Abella  Jones. 

403  Vincent  Russo. 

404  Margaret  P.  McMahon. 
404  George  H.  Ernst. 

406  Daniel    Elenterio. 

407  Charles  Koenig. 

408  Frank   Daniel. 

409  Bartelli  Scalise. 

409  Guisseppi  Gualtieri. 

410  Vacant. 

410  John    A.    Charton. 
413  Tony    Selarno. 

413  Saverio  Mercurio. 

414  Charles  J.  Jones. 

415  William  B.   Lawrence. 

416  Milo    Merrell. 

416  Patrick  J.   Roach. 

417  Agnes   B.   Canning. 

417  John  J.   Trenham. 

418  Charles  W.   A.   Graves. 

419  James  Lu  Frano. 

419  Vacant. 

420  Catharine  F.   Paul. 

421  Mary  Long. 
423  Vacant  lot. 

4z5  Joseph    A.    Xardell,    Sr. 

425  Mary   L.    Georg. 

426  Gaetano  Ciancia. 
426  Dominick  Pepe. 

426  Rocco  Pietro. 

427  Vacant    lot. 

429  Nellie  Kinane. 

430  Elden  J.  Cleveland. 
432  Thomas  F.  Stanton. 

432  John    Casler. 

433  Tony    Deperna. 
433  Frank  Male. 
435  Henry    Snyder. 

435  Cora  B.  Deming. 

436  Albert  Margetta. 
436  Fred  C.  Grico. 
436  Dominick    Grico. 

438  Thomas   L.    Kennedy. 
441  William  A.  Trossett. 

439  John    Sexton. 
Third  Ave.   Crosses. 
Gulf  Crosses. 

500  Italian  Tenement. 


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502  Italian  Tenement. 
513  Joe  Lawrence. 
513  Roco  Panzino. 
513  Michael  Lorenzo. 
515  Rocco  Misercola. 
526  Domineco  Trepepi. 
528  Emilis  Cimine. 
546  Senatro  Montesonmo. 
546  Guisseppi  Paatch. 
550  Vacant. 
550  Francesco  Cortese. 
550  Paul  Ferraro. 
552  Veto  Pava. 
552  Charles  Pava. 
552  Antonio  Muccio. 
554  Farrio  Nassir. 

554  Guisseppi  Mazza. 

555  Francesco  Procopia. 
557  Onricco   Divilio. 
557  Guisseppi  Orsene. 
560  Diodara  Combasano. 
661  Mrs.    Elizabeth   Martin. 
564  John   Cortese. 

564  Louis  Davoli. 

565  James   O'Connor. 

565  William  Dugan. 

566  William    Mott. 

566  Richard  Ulrich. 

567  John  Wildrick. 

569  Santo  Gannarello. 

570  Alfred  E.   Trosset. 

571  Jos.    Summa. 

573  Patrick  W.  Quealey. 
Mohawk  St.  Crosses. 

603  Herbert  Beswick. 
609  Dennis  Ryan. 

613  Lucy    Galloway. 

614  Thomas   Caufield. 

614  Alexander  Lyons. 

615  Peter   Bevins. 

615  Catharine  McGovern. 

615  Thomas  R.  Dowd. 

616  Jennie  Doyle. 

617  John   W.   Plumb. 

617  Mrs.   Elizabeth  Costello. 

617  Peter  Kerwin. 

618  Angelo   Barra. 
618  Dominick  Devilo. 

618  Rufus  Monpredo. 

619  John    Campbell. 

621  John  E.~  Jacquemin. 

620  Angelo  Salamy. 
620  Charles  Lee. 

622  Nick   Bendino. 
622  Duard  Cavio. 
625  Vacant. 

625  George   Ehle. 

625  James   Graham. 

626  Harry    Bennett.  . 

627  Mrs.   Gertrude  Hines. 

628  Joseph  P.  Costello. 

628  Medrick  J.  Guertin. 

629  John  Scholl. 

630  Herbert  Woodard. 

630  Gilbert    E.    Evans. 

631  Vacant. 

631  Joe  Larocca. 

632  William  J.  Storandt 

632  John   O'Brien. 

633  Joseph  Scholl. 

636  Joseph  Lemoine. 

637  Tony  Lango. 

638  Timothy  F.  O.  Halloran. 

639  Mrs.  Mary  A.  Payne. 
641  Melvin  Fikes. 

641  Mary  Lynch. 

642  John  Anderson. 
642  Mary  C.  White. 


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643  Judson   J.    Hughes. 

643  Patrick  Noone. 

644  George  C.   Horman. 
644  James  F.  Parker. 
646  Joseph  B.  Schug. 
646  William  H.   Calhoun. 

646  John  Roach.  j, 

646  Melvin  J.  Graves. 
651  Pietro  Romano. 
654  Jesse   Bowen. 
654  James  Roche. 
658  Herbert  Kilborn. 
658  Mary  Gilbert. 
662  William  A.  Newlove. 
664  John   J.   Farrell. 
664  John  Smith. 
666  Newth's  Grocery. 
666  "Vacant. 
666  Lucy  S.   Coupe. 
666  Joseph  C.   Coupe. 
668  Edward  C.  Agne. 
Albany  St.   Crosses. 
701  Edward  Luley. 
701  Walter   Reuben. 
703  David   P.    Townsend. 
705  Alfred  Owen. 
707  Henry  J.   Luebert. 
712  Andrew  Kinsella. 
718  Daniel  Bevins. 
711  Thomas  Flynn. 

722  Michael   McMann. 
715  Horace    M.    Snyder. 
715  Susan  A.  Foster. 

726  Anna  T.   Plumb. 
717  Vacant  lot. 

730  Nellie   Kelley. 

730  A  Baer. 

723  Anna  C.  McKernan. 
723  John   J.   McKernan. 

734  Edward  T.  Dillon. 

727  John   J.    Quinn. 

727  Mrs.  Caroline  Hunt 
740  Mrs.   Anna  Purcell. 

731  Charles  E.    Manning. 

735  Nicholas  H.  Decker. 
746  Mrs.  Mary  Quinn.  ,. 
742  Daniel  A.   Kline. 

742  Joseph   E.    Hess. 

746  Daniel   J.    Fitzpatrick. 
750  Harry  W.   Fish. 

750  Edward   C     Glatt. 
754  M.  J.   Blank. 

754  Jennie   Burke. 

756  Walter  Sharp. 

758  Delos  W.  Goodman. 
739  William  H.  Jones. 

743  Theresa  Owens.  • 

743  John   P.    Shaughnessy. 

747  Henry  F.  Killan. 

751  Walter  A.   Haney. 

751  Thomas  W.   Cunningham. 

757  Philip  W.  Pierce.  , 
757  Arthur  M.  Burke. 

761  John    Entwistle. 

761  William    J.    Ryan. 

762  Charles  W.  Jones. 
762  Michael    Conlon. 
765  William  F.  Coxon. 
765  Mary  A.   Murphy. 
767  James    Arson. 

767  Carl    D.    Lyons. 

768  Arthur    T.    Pope. 

768  Edward    T.    Fox. 

769  Samuel  Feldman. 

769  William  Daln. 

770  Barns. 


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775  John    Eagan. 
777  Eugene    Aulalno. 
779  John  Columaso. 
783  Edward  S.  Hodinger. 
783  Mrs.   William   Hanill. 
783  William  I.   Luley. 
783  Minnie   E.   Barber. 
Kossuth   Ave.   Crosses. 
812  Vacant   lot. 
814  Thomas   H.   Lawson. 
SIT  Guy  L.   Zimmerman. 

817  Lourie    Prentice. 

818  John   F.   Redmond. 

819  Henry  Latant. 
822  Thomas    Barry. 
824  Nicholas   Centola. 

824  Mike  Perretta. 

825  Charles   Darrigrand. 
S25  Robert  Powell. 

825  Lusius   Waite. 

826  John   Platler. 

826  Margaret  Brennan. 

829  Vacant. 

829  H.   Dean   Sprague. 

829  Peter  Stanton. 

832  Moses  F.   McConnell. 

832  Vacant. 

833  William   Gorey. 
833  Charles    Schafer. 
833  Margaret   Schanks. 
836  William  H.  Battle. 

836  Charles    D.     O'Connor. 

837  Irving   Houghton. 

837  John  S.  Jackson. 

838  Cyrus   W.    Henry. 
840  Harry    Grantier. 
843  Martin   McCormick. 

848  Delia  O'Connell. 
852  Martin  A.  Flynn. 
852  Ambrose   McConnell. 
845  John  A.  Scanlon. 
845  Charles  Thomas. 

849  Mary   A.    Mahar. 
849  Peter   Huss. 

854  William    S.    Miller. 
854  Michael  McHale. 
851  Gilmore   P.    Daniels. 
Sol  Patrick   White. 
858  George  Irons. 

858  Mary    H.    Hyle. 

859  Bridget    Ryan. 
862  Vacant   Lot. 

861  Andrew  Rlckard. 
861  Martin  J.  Mellon. 
864  Ellen   Morrison. 
864  E.   A.    Geer. 
864  William  C.  Myers. 
868  Fred    Schnetkka. 
870  Royal   P.    Hamblin. 
870  Henry    B.    Goff. 


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MARY     STREET— Continued 

878  Frank   S.    Jones. 
Nichols  St.  Crosses. 

902  Harry  C.   Thomas. 
902  Simon  Hillenbrand. 
904  Charles  L.  Jones. 
910  George  Hill. 

910  James   J.   Keegan. 
914  George   Roemer. 
914  Frank  W.   Jenkins. 
909  William  Randall. 
918  Frank    Schrader. 
918  William  J.  McBride. 

911  Michael   J.    Mulligan. 
911  Matthew    N.    Burke. 
913  Mary  Potter. 

913  Martin   Drumm. 

920  Benjamin  Robshaw. 

920  Westley  Chabott. 

926  William   Cheeseman. 

926  Mrs.   William   O'Brien. 

930  William  J.   Taylor. 
Jefferson   Ave.    Crosses. 
1017  Frank    Romano. 
1017  Guiseppe  Danella. 

1020  Mary   Street    School. 

1021  August   Tranz. 
1028-1042  Vacant   lots. 
1029  Dvvight   D.    Cutler. 
1029  Frank  Loraine. 

Mllgate    St.    Crosses. 

1033  William    L.    Peters. 
1035  Herbert  Sebastian. 
1039  Fred  Atkins. 
1041-1047  Vacant   lots. 
1044  Peter   J.    DeLatt. 

1044  Charles  Finn. 

1045  Adelbert   Nelson. 

1045  Oliver  S.  Draper. 

1046  Thomas    E.    Morgan. 
1050  Philip  Grazaine. 
1052  Mike  Peroni. 

Bacon   St.   Crosses.  . 

1102  Thomas  Graziano. 

1105  Patrick    McCarthy. 

1105  Charles    Tyler. 

1107  John  G.   O'Connell. 

1107  William    R.    Boyle. 

1109  Philip  H.   Roberts. 

1109  Albert   J.    LaBell. 

1111  Joe  Buckley.     - 

1111  Ralph  D.  Austin.     . 

1114  George    D.    Austin. 

1114  Randolph    Volmer. 

1116  Oren   A.   Foster. 

1116  Edward  Brennan. 
Wetmore   St.    Crosses. 

1201  Fred    Kerwln. 


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1201  John  Kerwin. 

1203  Chester  W.  Phillips. 

1203  John  Youngen. 

1204  Jacob   Bell. 

1206  George  F.  Walker. 

1208  Anna   Irving 
Buffalo   St.    Begins. 

1303  Nicholas  C.   Petersen. 

1303  Stephen   Fisher. 

1309  John   P.   Zoeckler.     • 

1309  Andrew.  J.    Chambers. 
Tllden  Ave.   Crosses. 

MASON     PLACE 

Genesee     to     Sunset     Ave. — New  "Hartford 
Town. 

8  Herbert    J.    Williams. 

10  J.  Robert  Cruikshankr 

12  Alfred   E.   Agan. 

14  George   E.    Daniels. 

16  R.  Owen  Jones. 

18  Benjamin   E.    Tilton. 

MASON    STREET 

Albany  to  South— 13th  Ward. 

Right  side,  vacant  lots. 
1  Ernest   W.    Hunter. 
3  James    E.    Powers. 
7  James    Nolan. 

11  Vacant. 

13  Joseph  P.   Obernesser. 

MATHER     STREET 

Hamilton  Ave.  to  York — 14th  Ward. 

No  Houses. 

MATHEWS    AVENUE 

Erie  to  City   Line — 14th  Ward. 
101-107  Vacant   lots. 
102  Utica  Knit.   Mill  Machine   Shop. 
119  John   T.    Burton. 
119  Joseph  Hardcastle. 
123  Christian  Tr-app. 
123  Joseph    M.    Schroen. 
129  Richard     Heidman. 
129  Joseph    Lennon. 
131  Sydney    R.    Gray. 
133  Vacant. 
133  Fred  T.  Rootes. 
135  Sam.   S.   Bord. 
Whitesboro    St.    Crosses. 
216  Edward   Blust.      - 
'217  Henry   Daprix. 
218  Spencer   Owens. 
221  Joseph  Schaetzle. 
225  William  H.  Roberts. 
225  Fannie    Dodd. 

228  Highland  Chapel. 
Vacant  lots. 

229  John  W.   Edwards. 
229  William  Neatley. 
233  Dudley   L.    Shaw. 

233  Ellen  Dewhurst. 
232  Charles  B.  Fraats. 
232  Albert  F.   Cronk. 

234  Barbara    McCoy. 
235*  Edward   C.   Groat. 
236  G.    S.    Pritchard. 
241  George    D.    Clemons. 
241  John    Killcullen. 
240  Albert    S.    Schenck. 
245  R.   Lumley  Thomas. 

Vacant  lot. 
244  Casper   Mathy. 
244  Edward   Burke. 

Vacant,  lots. 

251  George    S.    Daprix. 
250  Frank  L.   Snyder. 

252  Walter  L.   Scott. 

253  Charles     TefCt. 

254  Samuel  Beebe. 


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MATHEWS  AVENUE— Continued 

254  Jennie    Bramsley. 
253  Robert   S..  Church. 

256  Ethel  Avery. 

257  John  Rose. 
Highland    Ave.    Crosses. 

301  Merton  D.   Babcock. 
301  Fred    Fox. 
301  George    R..    White. 
307  Percival    R.    Law. 
307  Fergus    Bridge. 
311  Jacob  Erhardt. 
311  Arthur   A.    Irion. 

School  House  No.  "21. 

"Vacant  lot. 
324  Albert  M.  Stanton. 
324  Daniel   R.   Vernon. 
321  George  Held. 
328  Romeyn    Filkins. 
323  Mary  E.  Knoon. 

Vacant  lots. 
332  Emery  J.  Weller. 
332  Mina  Addy. 
347  Elwood  M.  Beattie. 
347  William  S.   Buerger. 
352  William   Rahn. 
352  William   Necina. 
Caroline   St.  Crosses. 

406  J.  Willard  Steenberg. 
406  William   Servatius. 
408  Jacob  J.  Seeman. 

410  Frank  Owston. 

411  Michael  Murphy. 
415  Louis  J.  Kriewitz. 
422  Gotlieb    Regetz. 

424  Fred  B.  Williams. 

425  Henry  A.  Luck. 
427  Lee  S.  Zearing. 

430  Gail  L   Calkins. 

431  Miss  Sarah  Schenck. 

431  John  C.  Ehlinger. 

432  Frank  Hansmann.. 

432  William  Raymer. 

433  Edward   F.   Fleming. 
433  Fred   Tuckerman. 

435  Byron  J.  Fenner. 

436  Edwin  L.    Snow. 

436  Thomas    M.    Greenwood. 

437  Fred  C.  Simgen. 

437  Rev.    Lawrence   D.    Dunning. 

MAYNARD  AVENUE 

From    Champlm     Avenue     East. 
Vacant    Lots. 
Tabor  Ave.  Crosses. 
Vacant. 
Vacant. 
7  Mathew   Edwards. 
7  John  P.  Baum. 
15  Mrs.  Salina  Emery. 
18  Herbert  E.  Hughes. 

MEEKER  AVENUE, 

(N.    H.    Town)    Genesee    to    D.,    L.    &    W. 
R.    R.    • 

1  Herbert   J.   Wilson. 

2  Vacant    Lot. 

3  S.Alfred   Thomas. 

4  John    McNamee. 

4  Fred   I.    Storms. 

5  Mrs.   Mary  J.   Phllo. 

6  Daniel   O.    Walker. 

6  William  T.   Astle. 

7  Benjamin  V.  Butts. 

8  Vacant   Lot. 

9  Orville  J.  Barker. 
10  Robert   E.    Jackson. 

12  Augustus  A.    M.   Pratt. 


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Sunset   Ave.    Crosses. 

Vacant   Lots. 
George  St.  Crosses. 

Harry  S.   Weaver. 

Ends   D..   L.    &   W.    R.   R. 

MELROSE  AVENUE 

(N.    H.   Town)    Genesee  to   Sunset   Ave. 

2  James  W.  Cleveland. 

3  Walter  E.   Fowler. 
5  John    VanDeusen. 

7  John    A.    O'Rielly. 

8  Thomas  L.  Padgham. 

9  William   W.    Long. 

MELROSE  AVENUE  (Utica) 

Runs    Parallel    with    the    N.    Y.    O.    &.    W. 
R.    R.  to   Dwlght   Ave. — 11th   Ward. 

Vacant  Lots. 

StaniUau   Pochopin. 
Pierpont    Ave.    Crosses. 

Vacant    Lots. 
Nyack  Ave.   Begins. 

Vacant  Lots. 

McBRIDE     AVENUE 

629    Whitesboro    to    Inman    Place    (Outside 
City    Limits). 

1  Charles    Perkins. 

2  George  E.  Deul. 

3  Frank  Schuemaker. 

4  Carl    Scholl. 

5  Mary   Aubert. 

5  Nelson    F,    Hensel." 

6  David    Surprenent. 

7  Charles    E.    Fritch. 

8  Samuel    Thomas. 

9  Mrs.   Matilda  Leach. 

10  George    A.    Roberts. 

11  Vacant. 

12  Joseph    Schmidt. 
12-16  Vacant  lots. 
18  George    L.    Eddy. 
18  Walter  Gregory. 
20  Louis   Parardy. 

Inman   Place   Crosses. 

McKINLEY     AVENUE 

Bleecker  at  W.   S.   R.   R.  to    Blandina— 13th 
Ward 

(Frederick  T.   Proctor  Park). 
David  T.  Williams. 
Vacant  lots     . 

McQUADE    AVENUE 

258    South    to    Eagle — 13th    Ward. 
1-5  Vacant  lots. 

2  Carpenter    Shop,    George    Dorn. 
8  Frank  H.   Rohmyer. 

8  Edward   Stuber. 

7  Michael    Buttlmer. 
7  Charles  A.  Melville. 

9  George  W.    Dawes. 


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CLOTHES,  HATS,  FURNISHINGS, 
SHOES  FOR  MEN  AND  BOYS 

Cor.  LaFayette  and  Seneca  Sts. 


McQUADE  AVENUE— Continued 

9  Daniel    Hickey. 
11  Mrs.    Margaret    Owens. 
11  Charles  E.  Case. 
17  Orson   C.   Latham. 
17  Robert  Jones. 
17  Alexander  Morrison. 

20  Edward   J.    Clowminzer. 
,       19  Humphrey    G.    Ellis. 

21  Edward  J.  Mohr. 

22  George  U.   Owen. 

22  Homer   E.    Cloyes. 

23  John  J.  Vaeth. 

24  Louis   Bacon. 

24  Elizabeth  .  Folk. 

25  Frederick  G.   Schindler. 

26  George  E.   Lanz. 

27  Christian   Goetz. 

29  Mrs.  Magd.  lina  Staab. 

28  Herman    Kuhn. 
i           28  John  Finnegan. 

28%  Mary  Wasner. 
28%   Fred  Dibble. 
31  Charles   Piper. 
31  William   Lloyd. 

30  Henry  Stetter. 

30  Austin   J.    Sweeney. 
33  Frank  R.  Oakley. 
West  Shore  Railroad  Crosses. 
32-50  Vacant  lots. 
35  John  Etten. 
37  William  O.  Cushman. 
37  Frank   Lally. 
39  John   Byrne. 
41  John  W.   Dobbins. 
43  #harles    B.    Knapp. 
45  James    Baird. 
-47  Henry    R.    Joslyn.- 
49  Nicholas    N.    Schrader. 

51  Joseph   W.    Thompson. 

52  Jacob  Stucky. 

63  Mrs.    Elizabeth    Monaghan. 

54-60  Vacant  lots. 

55  Edward   E.    Cassidy. 

57  Vacant. 

59  Richard  Schrader. 

61  Wilfred   J.    Menard. 

61  Fred  P.  Hammes. 

McVEAN    STREET 

128  Sunset  Ave.  to  59  Stark— 9th  Ward. 

4  Mary  Strauss. 

6  Frank  C.  Hauck. 

7  Thomas   Sunderland. 

7  John   P.   Gresgen. 

8  Lena  Faass. 

8  Conrad  Pfeiffer. 

9  Amand  A.   Schmitter. 


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9  Charles   Harrison. 
10  Arthur  F.   Wiseham,  Jr.   -    . 

10  Mary   Heintz. 

13  Mrs.   Ella  T.   Keiser. 

13  Mrs.    Mary    M.    Donovan. 

14  Mrs.    Anna    M.    Keiser. 

14  Fred  W.   Christman. 

15  James    Casey. 

16  William  R.   Kelly. 

17  John  A.   Oberlies. 

18  Warren   F.    Johnson. 

18  John  R.  Shaw. 

19  Thomas    Farrell. 

20  Mrs.   Margaret  Branagan. 

20  Adam   Schneider. 

21  Daniel  Heintz. 
21  Adolph  Heintz. 
23  John  A.  Walz. 

MEADOW     STREET 

N.  Y.   C.   RR.  to  Mohawk  River— 2d  Ward. 

On  account  of  the  overhead  crossing  im- 
provements at  Genesee  Street  crossing  this 
street  has  been  connected  with  Lee  Street. 
Vacant    lot. 
1-3-5  W.  W.  Winship  &  Sons  Co. 
2-4  Vacant    Lots. 
7  Andrew    Truty. 
9  John  Miczek. 

11  Woiczyk  Watzlawik. 

11  Harry   A.   E.   Dixon.  * 

12  H.   C.   Faber  &  Son  Co. 

12  W.  W.  Winship  &  Sons  Co. 

13  Michael    Walish. 

15  Mrs.  Aiigusta  Domke. 

17  H.C.     Faber    &    Son    Co.,    Ware- 

house. 

18  John   Priok. 

IS  Stanislaw  Szczesny. 

18  Sarah    Walker. 

19  Mary  Walish. 

20  Fred  SchaaJ. 

21  Charles    Wilson. 

23  Vacant. 

22  Mary  Weding. 
22  John    Frank. 

24  Joseph  Worden. 

25  Charles  E.  Norton. 

26  Mrs.   Mary  Lewis. 

27  Jacob   Kinzinger. 

28  Charles   Eglie. 

29  Barn. 

30  Charles  DriscolL 

31-41  C.  C.  Kellogg  &  Sons  Co. 
32  Joseph  Scheller. 
34  Albert  Kinzinger. 
36  Barn. 

MERRILINE    AVENUE 

Arnold    Ave.    to    D.,    L.    &    W.    R.    R. — 11th 
Ward. 

Vacant  lots. 
Cralge  Ave.   Begins. 

Vacant  lots. 
Arcadia  Ave.   Begins. 

Vacant   l^ts. 
Hill  Crest  Ave.   Begins. 

Vacant  Lots. 
Argyle  Ave.   Begins. 
Martin    Bolivar. 

Vacant. 

Rocio  Elesant. 
Myrtle  Ave.    Begins. 

Vito    Mornetti. 
Linden    Ave.     Begins. 

Victor    Rakofsky. 

Vacant    Lots. 
Cliff  Ave.    Begins. 

Vacant  Lots. 
Frank  MorreU. 


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STREET 

Third— 12th    Ward. 
AVENUE 


MERRILINE  AVENUE— Continued 

Vacant     Lots. 
Frank    Fortuna. 
Vacant  Lots. 
Tony  Masselli. 
Vacant  Lots. 

•     MERRIMAN 

Conkling    Ave.    to    East 

MILDRED 

Sunset  Ave.  near  Arnold  Ave. 11th  Ward. 

Brant    Bros.    Green    Houses. 

MILGATE     STREET 

Broad    to    Eagle — 8th    Ward. 
1-3  Vacant    lots. 
4  Felix  Skoriga. 

4  Mike  Czombo. 

5  Ralph  "Walker. 
5  James  Haley. 
5  Augusta  Vale. 

5-7  Joseph    M.    Donlon. 
Catharine   St.    Crosses. 

6-16  Vacant  lots.  ' 

11-13  "Raffaele    Santopiert'o. 
15  Joseph-  Dunkerley. 
15*Jane   Holland. 
16-17  Vacant    lots. 
18  Thomas  Irving. 

18  Sam    Belosco. 

19  John    Kilbourne. 

19  Nicholas    Girardi. 

20  Frank    J.    McCall. 

20  Margaret    Loran. 

21  Mary    McGarty. 

22  Ernest   Force. 

22  Peter  J.  Loftus. 

23  Patrick  J.  McCauley. 

23  David    Miller. 

24  John    Kania. 

24  Walter  Schultz. 

25  Joseph  F.  Morath. 

25  Patrick  J.  Keenan. 

26  Simon    Alankues. 
26  Anna   M.   Marsh. 
28  Horace  E.  Gillette. 
28  Vacant. 

30  Mary    Hall. 

30  Fred  LaflVie. 

32  Charles  W.    Bender. 
32%    Arden    Gerdon. 

32%    Arthur    Birmingham. 
Bleecker  St.   Crosses. 

31  Thomas    F.    Quinlan. 

33  Robert   T.   Hess. 

33  Frederick   Sharp. 

34  Peter    Mernagh. 
35-37  Vacant    lots. 
36  Thomas  McLock. 
36  John    S.    Evans.  . 

38  Robert   L.    Vance. 

39  John  T.  Dickinson. 

39  Mrs.    Margaret    Turner. 

39  Alice    M.    Burke. 

40  Ralph  Vance. 

40  Fred  Hersey. 

41  Mrs.  Alice  Butterworth. 

41  Frank   Butterworth. 

42  John  McDonald. 

42  Vacant. 

43  Joseph  McKean. 
43.  James  E.  Brady. 
45-52  Vacant  lots. 

44  William  T.  Greenwood. 
44  James  T.   McGulre. 

46  Earl  &  Tucker. 
46  Fred    Senoft.     • 


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48  Joseph    Ellis. 

4S  Thomas    Dwyer. 

49  Lawrence    Asher. 

50  Frank  W.  Sheldon.  , 

50  Fred   Grams. 

51  Walter    Gahvjsky. 

51  Vincent  Galwisky. 

52  Guy  R.  Tobey. 

52  Charles  A.   Lorraine. 
52  Richard  Green. 
54  Joseph  Dagostino. 
Mary   St.    Crosses. 

Mary  Street  School. 
Blandina    St.    Crosses. 

Vacant   lots. 

Lansing   St.    Crosses. 

Vacant   lots. 

South    St.    Crosses. 

Vacant   lots. 

MILGATE  STREET   (South) 

Miigate  street  is  in  two  sections.  It 
begins  at  Broad  street  and  ends  at  Rutger 
street.  It  then,  after  an  intermission,  be- 
gins again  at  Albany  street  and  runs  to 
Eagle  street.  The  residents  on  the  southern 
part  of  the  street  from  Albany  to  Eagle  are 
trying  to  have  the  name  of  that  portion  of 
the  street  changed.  For  Directory  purposes 
we  have  called  the  part  of  the  street  from 
Albany  to  Eagle,  South  Miigate. 
Albany  St.   Crosses. 

73  Marguerite   Palmer." 

73  John   Loftus. 

Hollingworth    Vet.     Hospital,     Mil- 
gate    cor.    Albany. 

75  Ray  L.  Van  Camp. 

75  Grovner  Brockway. 

76  James    Langton. 

77  Frederick  A.   Dougherty. 

78  Jacob  Miller. 

■82  Mrs.   Mary  Fink. 

81  Frank    F.    Dougherty. 

83  Samuel   Helmer. 

8S  G.    Oliver   Bromley. 

88  William  N.  Park. 
Hollingworth    St.    Crosses. 

87  Rev.    Joseph    B.    Sheppard. 

90  Gordon  Potter. 

90  Alvah  Park. 
Mortimer  St.   Crosses. 

89-93  Joseph  B.  Sheppard. 

96  Albert   B.    Fuller. 

104  Albert  Moore. 
100  Vacant. 

MILL    STREET 

207   South— 13th   Ward. 
1-21  Vacant    lots. 
12  Philip    Bach. 
14  Anna  M.  Garside.  > 


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UTICA  CITY    [1913]    STREET    DIRECTORY 


MAHER  BROTHERS 

EVERYTHING  THAT  BOYS 
AND  MEN  WEAR 

OPPOSITE  NEW  HOTEL  UTICA. 


MILL  STREET— Continued 

18  Adam   Schiffler. 

23  Thomas  Doyle. 

24  Albert    N.    Stahley. 

25  Mrs.    Mary   J.    Coyne. 

27  Vacant  lot. 

28  Frederick    J.    Kiefer. 

29  Charles   A.    Heim. 

32  Thomas    S.    Newlove. 

33  Vacant  lot. 

MILLER    STREET 

6    Rutger    to    Pleasant — 15th    Ward. 

1  Charles   T.   Titus. 

2  Harry  L.   Lancaster. 

3  Oliver  H.  Marcy. 

4  William    H.    Taylor. 

o  T.    Solomon   Griffiths. 

5%  Edward  D.  Fox. 

5%  Charles  W.  Daedelow. 

5%  J-  Frank  Kivlen. 

6  Edwin    H.    Ris'ey. 

6  Rev    Edward    Babccck. 

6  Walter    G.    Hollingworth. 

6  Charles  H.   Prescott. 

7  Mrs.   George  I.  Whiffen. 

8  Mrs.    Fannie   B.    Lockart. 

8  Burton    J.    Hawley. 

9  Belle  Devine. 

9  William   D.   Shoemaker. 

10  Robert  T.  Thomas. 

11  Edward  H.   Bice. 

12  Edmund   C.   Richards. 

13  William  T.  Childs. 
15  Emmett  E.  Keller. 
15  Eliza    S.    Baker. 

15  Eleanor    Evans. 

17  Millard    C.    Wright. 

17  Mrs.  Rosanna  Allen. 

18  Mrs.    Mary    Coakley. 
20  John   J.    Sinnott. 

22  Einsworth    G.    McFarland. 
22  Joseph  Douglas. 

24  James    F.    Callahan. 

25  Mrs.  Ellen  Loughlin. 

25  John  N.   Beaton. 

26  Barn. 

27  A.   Carroll  Turner. 
1      28  John    Shotthafer. 

South    St.   Crosses. 

31  William  J.   Paine. 

32-34  A.    &   J.    Williams,    Greenhouse 

33  J.    Edwin   Fiscus. 

35  Miss  A.  M.  Thumb. 

35  Mrs.   Amy  Mortimer. 

36  Mrs.    Cora   L.    Howarth. 

37  Melvin    H.    Hubbard. 
37  Mrs.  Louis  Remmer. 


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38  Mrs.  Rena  Finkle. 

38%   James  W.   Williamson. 

39  Mrs.   Amelia  Lindig. 

40  Mrs.  Lillian  La  Fountain. 

41  John  Davies. 

41  Robert  G.   Jones. 

42  Rev.   W.    Caradog  Jones. 
42%  Franklin  H.   Williams. 

43  Henry    L.     Weber. 

44  Charles    B.    Coppernoll. 
44%  Ebenezer  Lamb. 

45  John    S.    Watson. 

45  Eugene  F.  Stevenson. 

46  Seth    C.    Pelton. 

47  Samuel    P.    Tracy. 

47  Mrs.    Mary    A.    Bewsee. 

48  Albert   R.   Dell. 

4S  Mrs.  Ellen  Thompson. 

49  Vacant. 

49  Louis    Snyder. 

50  George   J.    McGarvey. 
50%    Robert  P.   Whiton. 

52  Mrs.    Cathrine   T.    Edwards. 

53  Diran  Hagopian. 

53  Mrs.    Julia    Edwards. 
55  Mrs.    Fannie    Lewis. 

55  Abram  G.  Senior. 

56  Alfred   E.   King. 

56  Vacant. 

57  Frank   F.   Goodenough. 

57  Robert     S.     Jones. 

58  Thomas   F.    Clarke. 

59  William    G.    Bahler. 

59  John  F.   Ryan. 

60  Evan  O.   Williams. 

61  George   L.   Grant. 

62  Robert   O.   Morris. 

62  William  F.  Fischer. 

63  Charles   H.    Ruth. 
63  Alexander  McKay. 

63  Mrs.  Sarah  King. 

64  Mrs.   Maria  Greenhill. 

64  Jennie    G.    Nevin. 
64%  Charles  J.  Fuess. 

65  Elizabeth    Duffy. 

65  Mrs.    Mary   Post. 

66  Jerome  Charles. 

66  Vacant. 

67  Robert  Williams. 

67  William    O.    Roberts. 

68  Vacant  lot. 

69  Edward   T.   Fahy. 
69  Fred  J.  Herr. 

Eagle   St.    Crosses. 

71  John   E.    Jones. 

71  Mrs.   Josephine  McNevin. 

72  Mrs.   Ellen  E.   Rhodes. 

72  Mrs.   Catharine  Traxel. 

73  Vacant   lot. 

74  James  A.   Burtiss. 

74  Dewey   Rowe. 

75  Griffith    Hughes. 

77  Mary    Fischer-Benzon. 

77  John  E.  Jones. 

78  William  T.  Jones. 

79  Fred  B.  Parry. 

79  Charles  M.  Travis. 

80  John  L.  Rapplayea. 

80  Robert    W.     Griffiths. 

81  George  H.  White. 

82  Ezra  Ripley. 

83  J.   Edward  Clark. 
S3  Sheridan    Peak. 

84  Miss  Elizabeth  Butler. 

84  James   E.   Avery. 

85  Mrs.  Mary  A.  Jones. 

86  Joseph  B.  Skeet 

87  William    Watklns. 


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299 


MILLER     STREET— Continued 

88  Mrs.   Minnie   B.   Ramsey. 

88  Michael   D.    Byrne. 

89  Vacant. 

90  Eli  Cone. 

31  William  J.  Martin. 

91  William  H.   Loftus. 

92  George  W.   George. 

93  Thelwin  Jones. 

94  Frank  J.   Bugenthal. 

94  George   V.    Eggleston. 

95  Mrs.  Theodore  L.  Yates. 

96  Richard  Riker. 

97  Ross    Getman. 

•    98  Henry   T.    Higgs. 

98  Loftus   Emdin. 

98  Richard     R.     Jones. 
Leah   St.    Crosses. 

99-103-105  Miller  St.  School. 
100  Robert    P.    Wynn. 
100  Martin    S.    Brown. 
102  John  G.   Thomas. 
102  Harry   Jones. 
104  Margaret  Jones. 

106  William    F.    Evans. 

107  William  D.  Jones. 

107  Thomas  G.   Jones. 

108  Nelson    Mattlce. 

108  Leslie    M.    Mather. 

109  Bert  D.  Mather. 
109^4   Edwin  M.   Fisher. 

110  Samuel  H.  White. 
110  Irving  F.    Jones. 

110  Ernest  N.   Christman. 

111  Barn. 

112  John  J.  Kelly. 

112  Charles  E.   Buck. 

113  Louis  Mather. 
113  Frank  Wallace. 

113  Mrs.   Clara  Holmes. 

114  George  R.  Metcalf. 

114  William  R.   Ellis. 

115  William  H.   Seifert. 

116  William  A.  O'Donnell. 
116  Mary   A.    Farley. 

118  Edward    W.    Matthews. 

118  George  E.  Cicotte. 
118%   Martin  E.   Kunkel. 

119  John   Brown.  , 

119  Charles   Darling. 
Square    St.    Crosses. 

120  Mary  A.    Roth. 
120%    George    W.    Roth. 

121  Mrs.    Kittle    Dicks. 

,      121  Albert  J.    Timmerman. 

122  David  Wynn. 
123-125  Penlel  Chapel. 
124  Norman    Mafflt. 

126  William   H.   Pryor,   Jr. 

127  Mrs.    Ida   Evans. 

127  Rachel  Clare. 

128  Hugh   T.   Hughes. 

129  John  G.  Appleton. 

129  James   R.   Hughes. 

130  Frank  H.  Turner. 

130  John  E.  Wiseham. 

131  Elizabeth   C.   Killy. 
131  Frederick  Heidel. 
131  William    T.    Walsh. 
133  William    G.    Boyd. 

133  Andrew    McCarthy. 

134  Charles  D.  Pryor. 

135  William    E.    Anwyl. 

135  Hugh  O.   Roberts. 

136  Frank  W.  Gossln. 

136  "Vacant. 

137  George   M.   Kunkel. 


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137  John   Ward. 

138  Mrs.    Jane    Davis. 

138  Roy  L.  Harter. 

139  William    T.    Barry. 

140  Leonard  C.   Kunkel. 

140  Robert  W.  Thomas. 

141  Mrs.    Julia    Burns. 

141  James    Harris. 

142  Mrs.   Samuel   B.   Dustln. 

143  John   P.   Howlin. 

143  Patrick  J.  Connors. 

144  Vacant  lot.       '  . 

145  Dennis  A.   Sweeney. 

145  Vacant. 

145 y2  Richard    R.    Williams. 
145%  Marion   A.    Burns. 

146  Walter  S.   Howarth. 

147  George    H.    Anthony. 

147  John    F.    Haley. 

148  David    L.    Edwards. 
148  David  J.  Jones. 

Arthur  St.    Crosses. 

150  Caroline  T.   Renier. 

151  Mrs.    Thomas    H.    Jones. 

151  Hugh   T.    Davis. 
151%  Harold  C.   Bentley. 

152  J.    Conrad    Max. 
152%     Archie     Macdonald. 

153  Frank   J.    Gerdon. 

154  Mrs.   Ann  J.   Jones. 

155  Robert   I.    Roberts. 

156  James  H.  Benedict. 
157-159  Vacant  lots. 
158  Edward    Williams. 
160  C.    Edward    George. 

160  William    A.    Winters. 

161  Walter  B.  McCrea. 

161  William   E.   McCrea. 

162  William  J.   Rothenbuher. 

163  William  G.  Evans. 

163  Griffith  G.  Jones. 

164  John    M.    Heller. 

165  James   T.   Petersen. 

166  Manuel  T.  Encarnaco. 

166  Peter  Brazil. 

167  Mary    Ulrich. 

167  Walter    Savage. 

168  Thomas   Riley. 

168  Henry  Williams. 

169  Edward   O.    Davies. 

170  John    E.    Peters. 

171  Mrs.  Pauline  Roth. 

172  Martin    Wolfert. 

173  Mary  A.  McGraw. 

174  John   O.   Clark. 

174  Walter  H.  Main. 

175  Sidney   T.    Riker. 

176  Mrs.    Anna  gladden. 
178-181  Vacant  lots. 

West  Shore   Railroad   Crosses. 


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MILLER     STREET— Continued 

171-181  Vacant    lots. 

183  Mrs.    Mary   A.    Troy. 

184-188  Vacant    lots.  , 

185  Elizabeth    Cahill. 

185  Hugh  L.   Burns. 

18S  Edward  E.   Williams. 

189  Rev.   David  D.   Davis. 
-    190  Gilford    J.    Owens. 

190  John  R.  Jones. 

191  Peter  P.   Stegmann. 

191  Frank    M.    Keinz. 

192  Vacant  lot. 

193  Mrs.    Mary   Stafford. 

193  Edward  Coleman. 

194  John    Pritchard. 

194  Owen   H.    Owens. 

195  Martin  J.  O'Keefe. 
195%Floyd    F.    Barber. 

196  Anton  Bernhard. 
190  Vacant. 
198-204  Vacant   lots. 
199  Charles  E.  Burton. 
201  William   E.   Odell. 
201  Edward  L.  D'avies. 
203  James  F.  Maxwell. 

205  Jesse  S.   Tanner. 

206  John  F.   Foley. 

207  Mrs.    Mary  J.    Doyle. 

208  Vacant   lot. 

209  Vacant. 
211-213  Vacant  lots. 

210  Peter  J.   Curley. 
James    St.    Crosses. 

212  Edward  McShea. 
212  James    Tiss. 

214  Emma   B.    Thompson. 
241  Vacant  lots. 

215  John   T.    Brady." 

215  Charles  J.  Brown. 
215%  John   T.   Brady. 

216  Anton   C.   Olson. 

218  Homer   W.    Bigelow. 

220  Mrs.  Hildegarde  Gossman. 

222  Vacant    lot.  . 

224  Griffith    O.    Griffiths. 

224  Mrs.  Anna  Hughes. 

225  Addison  Locke. 

225  Vacant. 

226  Mrs.   Nettie   Castle. 

227  Vacant. 

228  LeRoy  A.   Dockstader. 

230  Andrew    McLean. 

231  James   A.    Holmes. 

232  Mrs.  Jane  Donohue. 
232  John    T.    Droleskey. 
234  Harry  O.  Wllkens. 
234  Andrew  Firsching. 


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233  James  M.  Smith. 

233  Vacant. 

233%    Daniel   H.    Mulvihill. 

235  Julius  Spoeri. 

235%  Clarence  E.  Snyder. 

236  George  H.  O'Donnell. 
239  John  E.  Nutt. 

239  D.  M.   Davles. 
240-244  Vacant    lots. 
241  George  Rahn. 
245-283  Vacant   lots. 
246  Michael   McDonald. 
250  Vacant. 

250  Watkin   G.    Thomas. 
252  Vacant. 
252  Irving  T.   King. 
252  James   W.   Weiss. 
258  Joseph  G.  Sliker. 
25S  William  A.  Tibbits. 

MOHAWK     STREET 


Erie     Canal     to     Pleasant — 8th 
Wards. 
Vacant    lots. 
Giblin  &  Co. 
Broad   St.    Crosses. 

1-7  Avalon  Knitting  MilL 

2  Pietro   Grippa. 

2  Tony  Rose. 

2  Francesco   Bracchi. 

2  Michael  Scotellaro. 

2  A  spare    Cal'abrase. 

2  Nicholi  Scardino. 

4  Tony   Leon. 

4  Paolio    Brctaro. 

4  Vincenzo  Gulla. 

4  Domenico  Durante. 

4  Philip   Leon. 

4  Dommike   Brono. 
4%  Antonio  Tomaino. 

5  Joseph    Scalise. 
9  Joseph  Scalise. 

8  Tomaino    Bros. 
Catharine   St.    Crosses. 

7  Vacant. 

9  Guisseppi  Arcuro. 
10  Tony  Crocalise. 

10  Frank  Facciolo. 

11  Sam  Sanandens. 
11  Sam   Tomaino. 
11  Frank   Tomaino. 
11  Vano    Damano. 
11  Frank    Tomaino. 

11  Vacant. 

12  Beniamino    Pruno. 

12  Rofoalo    Pocorole. 

13  Tony    Gigliotti. 

13  Vincenzo  Gigliotti. 
13%    Sam    Sanandros. 

14  Peter   Graziano. 

14  Joseph  Barbario. 

15  Francesco  Pulazal. 

15  Paul  Ciocca. 

16  Phillippo    Graziano. 

17  Domenico  Vltali. 

17  Frank  Chiarao. 

18  John  A.   Talento. 

19  Frank  Cappello. 

20  Stefano  Adams. 

21  Giovano   Vassalla. 

21  Alfonzo  Bethelimento. 

21  Tony  Tomaino. 

22  Michele  Gigliotti. 
22  Antonio  Tomaino. 
22  Samey    Balato. 

22  Giovanni   Maleo. 
24  Bruno  &  Fava. 
Jay  St.   Crosses. 
Vacant. 


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UTICA    CITY    [1913]    STREET    DIRECTORY 


301 


MOHAWK    STREET— Continued 

24-26  Rosario  Payne. 
24-26  Tony   Tomaino. 
24-26  Domenico   Sacco. 
24-26  Giuseppe   Leone. 
24-26  Basile   Falvo. 
24-26  Leone   Marfe. 
24-26  Vacant. 

28  Santo  Pini. 

29  John    Christensen. 
29  Robert  E.  Hobin. 

29  Julia  Lux. 

31  Schioro  &  Buttitto. 

30  John   P.    Moore. 

30  Guisseppi  La  Rocco. 

32  Talerico   &   Giggilotti. 
Bleecker  St.  Crosses. 

34  Vacant. 

34%  Luigi  Maleo. 

34%   Vacant. 

34%  Thomas   Talerico. 

34%  Eugene  Lucente. 

34%  Vito  Di  Forio. 

34%  Alberto  Dallicolli. 

36  John  Caputo. 

37  Francesco  Clemanto. 
37  Antonio  Clemanto. 

37  Antonio  Caputto. 

38  Vacant  lot. 

39  John  B.   Grande. 

39  Nickolas  Perry. 

40  Vincenzo   Ardia. 
40  Giovano   Garru'oe. 
40  Vacant. 

40  Tomosso   De    Marco. 

40  Frederico   Spennachlo. 

41  Leonardo  Talerico. 

41  Guisseppi   Aiello. 

42  John   Burnet. 

42  James   Dolphin. 

43  Catharine  A.   Whalen. 

43  Mrs.   Ruth   M.    Crave. 

44  Thomas  Walsh. 
44  Michael  O'Neil. 
46  Vacant. 

Elizabeth  St.  Crosses. 

48  Domenico  Lopia. 
48  Joseph  Demme. 
50  Pietro   Falzerano. 
50  Antonio  Clnopeble. 
50  Carmine    Falzerano. 
50  Thomas  Nable. 
50  John    Franco. 
50  John    Banks. 
.  52  Thomas  Tulloch. 

52  Patrick  J.  O'Connor. 
•   53  Joseph   Lonero. 

53  Peter  Bell. 

54  Cornelius  J.  Brosa. 

54  James   J.    Leyden. 

55  Michael  Holland. 

55  John  Hayes. 

56  Dennis  Horgan. 

57  Fred  J.    Gschwind. 

58  Santo  Stockino. 

58  Domanico   De  Martine. 
60  Patrick   Quealey. 

60  Patrick  W.  Quealey. 
57-59  Fred   J.   Gschwind. 

Mary   St.   Crosses. 

61  Daniel  Donahue. 

61  Catherine  Holland. 

62  Stephen   Gagiiottl. 

63  James  A.   Burke. 
63  Vacant. 

63  Albert    Daniels. 

64  Toney  Scarpln. 


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METAL  CORNICE 
CEILING- SKYLIGHTS 

TIN&  SLATE  ROOFING 


123  SQUARE  ST.     PHONE  2580 

64  Frank  Ccstanzo. 

65  William   J.   Lynch. 
65  Frederick   Otto,    Jr. 
65  Kenry   McCoy. 
e-j  Frank    LaBelia. 
67  John    Boehlerx. 
6S  Mrs.   Anna   Darby. 
69  Henry  R.   Whitney. 
69  Joseph   Boehlert. 

TO  Vacant. 
i'l  Farris  &  Tradd. 
\2  Charles    T.    Ellis. 
i"2  Kelley  &.  Droz. 
T3  Simon  Farris  &  Bros.  - 
<Z  George  Heddad. 
Blandina   St.   Crosses. 

74  Leroy    H.    Warner. 
i4  Timothy   Howard. 
T4  Frank    Peterson. 
IS  Mary    Kirkland. 

Thomas  Luddy. 
i5%   Wiiliam  F.   Dowledge. 

William  F.  Griffin. 

Catharine   Singleton. 

Henry  K.   Schnell. 
"3  Mary   Flooa. 
TS  Mrs.    Michael    Crough,        v 
T9  Jerry  Donnelly. 
T9  Thomas    Moore. 
81  Italians. 
83  Joseph  Pandolfo. 

83  Michele    Simeone. 

84  John  J.  O'Xeil. 
84%  Charles  E.  Welch. 

85  Vacant. 

86  Samuel    Sare. 

86  Guiseppe    Giglotti. 
Lansing   St.   Crosses. 

87  Fred  Fuller. 

87  Mary   Robinson. 

87  Charles   C.   McCormac. 

88  Harry    Falley. 

88  Patrick    Donlon. 

89  John    F.    Cosgrove. 

90  Mrs.    Mary   Wallace. 
92  Fred   Trad. 

92  Simon  Davis. 

93  John   T.    Hayes. 

94  Stephen  J.   Nicholson. 

94  John    O'Mara. 

95  John  Donnelly. 

95  Thomas    Hymes. 

96  Vacant   lot. 

97  John  Mortemuro. ' 

98  Vacant. 

99  Frank   Dorn. 
100  Frank  Cortes. 

Rutger   St.    Crosses. 

102  John  Van   Deusen. 


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MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHIERS  FOR  BOYS  AND  MEN 
FROM  HEAD  TO  FOOT 

~  Across  the  Street  from  Hotel  Otica. 


MOHAWK    STREET— Continued 

102  Charles  J.  Noel. 

103  Vacant. 

103  George  S.  Levering. 

104  Vacant    lot. 

105  Philip    Gabler. 

106  Mrs.   Martha  Darling. 

106  Mrs.  Augusta  Kleeman. 

107  George   Drury. 
107%  David    C.    Quant. 
107%  Lyman   D.   Gaylord. 

108  Charles    J.    Barber. 

108  George  H.   O'Brien. 

109  John   Rogers. 

109  Joseph  Kerrigan. 

110  Vacant. 

110  Mrs.  Catherine  Hess. 

111  Michael    Fay. 
Ill  John  McMahon. 

111  Mrs.  Elizabeth  O'Connor. 

112  Jonn    Rightmier. 
112  George   Miller. 

Humbert   Ave. 

115  Frederick    Urtz.' 

115  Webster  Helmer.' 
114  Vincent    Oehler. 

116  Daniel   Bowman. 

117  Walter   Gardiner. 

117  Fred  J.   Bechtel. 

118  Otto  De  Comain. 

118  Simon    Sandusky. 

119  Nicholas  McCormick. 

119  Joseph    Eseley. 

120  Mrs.    William    Price. 

120  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Burke. 

121  William    Bosch. 

122  "Vacant  lot. 

124  Timothy.  B.   Donovan. 

125  Vacant    lot. 

126  Henry    Wolf. 

126  Mrs.  Ellen  Stuber. 

127  Frank  Smith. 

127  Albert  R.   Turner. 

128  Mrs.  Anna  Burke. 
128  Walter  Indermill. 
130  Floyd   E.   Ely. 
130  Michael  Galligan. 
130  George   A.    Soley. 

130  Cynthia  A.    Newland. 
130  John  M.  Lewis. 
'  131  Vacant. 
South    St.    Crosses. 

General  Hospital. 
133  Martin   McHale. 
135  William    G.    Batchelor. 
135  James  Banville. 
135  Walter  J.  Barker. 
135  Charles  F.  Enos. 


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137  William   H.   Kirkwood. 

137  Louis   Gaille. 

139  Katherine   E.    Becker. 

141  Elizabeth  Finn.  J 

143-145  Vacant  lota. 

147  Vincent   Creegan. 

147  William  Hannah. 

149  Louis  Kern. 

149  John  W.    Samson. 

151  Vacant  lot. 

153  Sarah  Enright. 

153  Peter   J.    Brady. 

155  James    Reed. 

155  August    Mower. 

157  Charles   Stetter. 

163  Jake   Bosborg. 

163  Weibert  Naegele. 

169  Schiffer  Lumber   Co. 

171  Frank    Handley. 

171  Delcina  Biddlecome. 

171  Vacant. 

171  William  Holehan. 

171  Andrew   J.    Banville. 

171  Thomas    Williams. 

174  William    C.    Gray. 

174  The  W.   C.   Gray  Renovating  Co. 

174  Harry   S.    Clark. 

174  Ralph    Bentley. 

West    Shore    Railroad    Crosses. 

175  Fred  P.   Hammes. 

175  Miller  &  Winterbottom. 
177  William  J.  McQuade. 

177  John  Miller. 

178  Albert   Giersbach. 
178  James   R.    Reid. 
178  Fred  P.   Hammes. 

178  Ivan  Odell. 

179  Frank  Lowe. 
Eagle   St.    Crosses. 

181  Bwald    McGuirl. 
181  Michael  J.   McGuirl. 
183-185  Vacant   lots. 
184-240  St.   Agnes'   Cemetery. 
185  Fred  J.   Niemeyer. 
185  Charles   H.    Collins. 
187  Michael  Dillon. 
189-195  A.   &  J.   Williams. 
197  George   C.    Seifer*. 
199  Theodore    J.    Seifert. 
201-205  Vacant  Lots. 
207  George   J.    Dentz. 
213  Mrs.    Helena   Fandre. 
215  Vacant   lot. 
217  Vacant. 
217  Charles    Seifert. 
219  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Patton. 
221  John    G.    Ebner. 
223  Frank   Decker. 
225-227  Vacant  lots. 
229  Charles   F.    Zoellner. 
.    233  Frank  P.  Windheim. 
237  George  J.   Zitzner. 
Arthur   St.    Ends. 

243  Gottleib   Zitzner. 
245-247  Vacant  lots. 
249  Marshall    Caouette. 
251  Enos  Shibley. 
259  Frederick  J.   Roth. 
258  Philip  J.  Koob. 
260-264-280  Vacant  lots. 

266  Alois   Koob. 

267  Joseph   Antes. 
James   St.    Ends. 

Vacant    lots. 

MONROE     STREET 

Albany    to    Culver— 13th     Ward. 
Vacant  lots. 


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303 


MONTGOMERY     STREET 

524    Bieecker  to    Elizabeth— 5th    Ward. 
1  Pasquale  Girobome. 

1  Vacant. 

2  Philip  Filyia. 

2  Joseph    Kuggiero. 

3  Bendetto   Sacco. 

3  Michele  Degni. 

4  Moses    Sacco. 

4  Saverio  DeGuidice. 

4  Gioramo  Sacco. 

5  Addie   Rice. 

5  Geatano   Battinoto. 

6  Francesco  Masse. 

6  Guiseppe  Montone. 

7  NeseGustavo. 

7  Anselo  Diento. 

9  Felice   Collisino. 

9  Jackutes    Demmi. 

9  Francesco  Rondanello. 

9  Gicvani  Hallicio. 
10  Domenico    Monica. 
10  Giovanni    Romano. 
10  Joseph  Grande. 
10  Frank  Caloger* 
12  Nicola   Dolce. 
12  Frederico  Dolce. 
12  Carmino  Marino. 

MONTROSE  AVENUE 

Begins    Champion     Ave — West. 
Vacant  Lots. 

M0REHEAD    STREET 

Broad    to    955    Bieecker — 8th    Ward. 
1  Paul  Zeros. 
4  Joe   Maruffo. 
4  Antonio  Susco. 
4  Nick   LaNeva. 
4  Leonardo  Amodio. 
fi  Vacant. 

7  Mrs.    Kate    Chi  sell. 

8  Pietro    Maretto.      . 

9  John  Brown. 
9  Vacant. 

10  John  Blase. 

10  Domenico  Palmesano. 

12  Antonio   Cochiaro. 

13  Frank    Panaro. 

12  Antonio  Cochario. 

13  Francesco  DeGiorgio. 
13  Donato  Conrartlno. 
13  Bostiano  Armese. 

13  Julius    Armese. 
13  Fillippe    Giacerelli. 
14-16  George   Scalinge. 
14-16  Pietro  Vameasto. 
15  Linese  Amode. 
15  Antonio  Beldoni. 
/la  Pasquale  Colucelo. 
15  Frank  Carbone. 
17  Francesco    Carone. 
17  Angelo  Passeno. 
17  Louis  Passeno. 
17  Angelo  Cofo. 
21  Frank.  A.  Dellecese. 
Jay  St.  Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 

MORRIS     LANE 

Whltesboro   *n   Watered   Ward. 
4  Louis   Brill. 
.     |        4  Frank  Leone. 

4  Jacob    Galinsky 

4  Harris  Welnstein. 
6  Jacob  Cohen. 

5  Antoni   Glinka. 

5  Louis  Bernstein. 
5  Antoni    Pyrzyro. 


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6  Andrew   Daniel. 

6  Vacant. 

6  Barttomiej    MoskaJa. 

6  Lena  Zandick. 

6  Joseph   Alpert. 

MORRIS     STREET 

Blandlna    to     South — 8th    and     13th     Ward*. 
100  John  Landers. 

100  f'-f-crge   Ernst. 

101  Joseph   M.   Walsh. 
101  Maurice  A.  Splain. 
103  Walter    H.    Mosher. 
106  Dora  C  .Bentley. 
105  John  P.  Molampy. 

1"6  Mary    E.    Schuit'.  _ 

1"T   Martin    Mullen. | 

10S  Vacant    lot. 

110  Rose   McGahey. 

110  Mis.   Delia  Kirkwoud. 

114  Antionette  McManus. 

1)4  .)>  hn    L'mni  r. 

11.1  Thomas    Ennis. 

113  H?.nnah   Malcne. 

116  Mis.  Margaret  O'Reilly. 

117  Walter   Burke. 
Lansing    St.    Cresses. 

204  Flora    L.    Eeard. 

205  George  Zobrys. 
205  Rocco  Gifune. 

207  John   Splain. 

208  Jane   O'Keefe. 

211  Cornelia  Powell. 

212  James   Spellman. 

212  Ppt'ic';    R.    Ervin. 

213  John    S.    Morton. 
216  James    Burns. 

216  Vacant. 

217  Wi.lliam'  H.    Andrews. 

217  ria-enc-''  M.  Thompson. 

218  Daniel   Murphy. 
Rutger  St.  Crosses. 

300  Entrance  on   Rutger. 

202  Herbert    D.    Luther. 

302  Horatio  S.  Young. 

304  Vacant  lot. 

307  Henry   E.    Mooney. 

306  Ada  M.  Corwin. 

306  Mrs.   Jennie   Crandell. 

"09  Katharine  Mangan. 

309  Leroy  Taylor. 

311  John    Hennessy. 

312  Mrs.  Alonzo  B.  Raser. 

313  Thomas   Rooney. 

313  William   Bacon. 

314  Vacant. 

314  M^.     Anra    O'Hare. 

315  Mathias   Vogt. 

315  Thomas  P.   Rayhill. 

316  Francis   Marron. 
319  Anna  C.   Weber. 


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TJTICA   CITY    [1913]    STREET  'DIRECTORY 


MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHES.  HATS.  FURNISHINGS. 
SHOES  FOR  MEN  AND  BOYS 

Cor.  Lafayette  and  Seneca  Sis. 


MORRIS  STREET— Continued 

319  William    E.    Potter. 
321  Elizabeth  Bacon. 

321  Richard    O'Mahoney. 
Marron   Ave.    Begins. 

A   Small   A!!ey  on   West   Side  of   Morris   St. 
at    322. 
1  Sarah   Farrell. 

1  Martha    C.    Kolesky. 

2  Fred   Imobersteg. 

322  August    Bach. 
322  John    Schuster. 

324  James   A.    Hayes. 

325  Fred  L.   Randall. 

325  Mary  Irion. 

326  Charles    H.    Foley. 

329  J.  Adam  Beisiegel. 

.   329(  Harriet  S.  Hammond. 
331  Jarcb   Steinmayer. 

331  Clarence  V.  Phillips. 

330  Maria  Simmerer. 

332  Vacant    lots. 

333  Jane  A.   Latus. 

334  James  Turley.  -v 
334  Jacob    P.    Walsh. 

334  Daniel   Walsh. 

337  Christopher   M.    Vaeth. 

337  John   T.    Fredericks. 

338  John   P.    Mohr. 
3?-8  Joseph  Denault. 

341  Charles  E.'  Howell. 
340  Fred    N.    Vance. 

342  Vacant. 

MORTIMER     STREET 

43  Howard  to  22  St.  Vincent — 12th  and  15th 
Wards. 
1  John  F.   Gschwind. 

1  Mrs.   Frank  Lippitt. 

2  Anna  Hughes. 
2  Evan  Jones. 

4  Robert   B    Pratt. 
4  John   H     Purr. 
Neilson  St.  Crosses. 

6  George  W.   Booth. 
Vacant  lots. 
Seymour  Ave.  Crosses. 
9  Vacant  House. 

10  Grand   Union   Tea  Co.'s   Stables. 
Dudley  Ave.  Crosses. 
Vacant   lots. 
16  Hugh  E.  Jones. 
18  Sylvester  Scholl. 
Brlnckerhoff   Ave.    Crosses. 

Vacant   lots. 
Taylor  Ave.  Crosses. 

26  Charles  W.    McGinley. 
28  George   Damuth. 


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29  Joseph  A.  Xardell,  Jr. 
32  John  W.  Owens. 
Conkllng   Ave.  Crosses. 
Vacant   lots. 

MULBERRY     STREET 

Frances  to  Lincoln — 11th  Ward. 
1  Joseph   Critelli. 
3  Fuller   Cronkhite. 

3  Leroy  J.   Schloop. 

4  Vacant  House. 

6  Frank  V.   Flume. 

6  Frank   McGowan. 
8  Otto   Runge. 

8  John    Stelter. 

8  Herman   A.    Luther. 

8  Ray    L.    Wright. 

7  Casper   Amacher. 

9  Louis    F.    Warren. 

10  Burton  Zolier. 

10  John    E.    Hughes. 

10  Howard   Rad'.ey. 

11  Alfred  J.  Gardner. 

12  William   E.    Riley. 

12  Arthur  Younghanz. 

13  Vacant   lot. 

17  Mrs.    Robert    W.    Edwards. 
19  Mrs.  Henry  G.  Hoffmann. 

19  John    S.    Clark.  v 

20  Zeuner  Jensen. 

20  Charles  W.  Mowry. 

21  Vacant   Let. 

22  Charles  J.  Fisher. 

22  Frank  H.  Weber. 

23  Vacant   lot. 

24  Abraham   Jones. 

24  Mrs.  Ouilia  Thimm. 

25  Edward  F.  Heffron. 
27  William   J.    Veitch. 

Sunset  Ave.    Crosses. 

32  Charles   W:    Alvut. 

32  Stephen  S.  Patterson. 

33  John  H.   Nenninger. 

33  Charles  Brunner. 

34  Arthur  Bonsquet. 

34  Thomas  P.   Malady. 

35  Charles  H.   Benney. 

36  Jacob  Laufer. 

36  Rose  C.  Fanerty. 

37  Edward  Seiselmyer. 
39  Charles   H.   Schindler. 
41  Elizabeth   Jones. 

43  Mrs.  Mattnew  Krebser. 

MUMMERY    STREET 

Albany   to   Tilden— 13th   Ward. 

George  C.  Wood  Ice   Co. 
3-7  Vacant   lots. 

9  William  H.   Hal'. 

9  Charles    P.    White. 
9  Vacant  Lots. 

14  C.   T.   Williams. 
14  Frank  M.  Inman. 
16-18  Vacant  lots. 
20  John   Zurbuchen. 

NEILSON    STREET 

South    to    Pleasant— 12th    and    15th    Ward*. 

100  Sarah   I.    Miller. 
100  Byron   Wilkes. 

100  Ann   Crimmins. 

101  Nicholas  Eiffe. 

101  Annie    Failey. 

102  Thomas   F.   Quinn. 

103  George  W.   Thompson. 

104  Richard   J.   Murty. 

104  Charles   L.    Clark. 

105  Livingston  H.  Higley. 

106  Joseph   D.   Kelly. 

106  Vacant.  :"•   ".",   ' 


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305 


NEIISON  STREET— Continued 

107-109  Herman    C.    WIckman. 
110  Charles   H.   Hintermyer. 
1    111  Sherman  E.   Crossman. 
112  Edward    W.     Swancott. 

112  Mrs.    Elzina    Rockwell. 

113  Eugene    A.    Carey. 

114  Nicholas   J.    Duggan. 

115  Mrs.  George  B.  Browne. 

116  Vacant   lot. 

117  Cabel  W.   Fitzgerald. 
119  Richard    Quinn. 

119  John   Parry. 
121  Charles  S.   Ballard. 
121  Peter  Looft. 
Mortimer  St.  Crosses. 

200  Mrs.    Ellen   R.    McGuire. 

201  Thomas   F.    Heslan. 

201  Charles   Miller. 

202  Ida  M.    Creegan. 

202  Mrs.    Hannah    Fitzgerald. 

203  Catherine    Kingsley. 

204  Michael  J.   Byrnes. 

204  Mary  A.    Byrnes. 

205  William   J.    Landringham. 

205  Elizabeth  Sinnott. 

206  Lincoln   A.    Buddie. 

207  James  Moore. 

207  Frank   B.    Kinney. 
203  Joseph    Killian. 

209  Charles   F.    Kulow. 

210  Mary   Beckwith. 

210  Herman   A.    Kulow. 

211  Mrs.    Mary    Schrader. 
211  Jesse   E.    Mason. 
212-214  Chase's  Laundry. 
213  J.  Jacob  Fuess. 

215  Joseph  Kiefler. 

216  William  T.  Jones. 

216  Mrs.    Amy   A.    Mortimer. 

217  Willis   R.    Burdick. 

217  Joseph  Berger. 

218  William  T.  Jones. 

219  Vacant   lot. 

220  Fred    D.    Osterhout. 
220  John  G.   Monroe. 
222  Vacant. 

222  Timothy  McCarthy. 
Eagle  St.  Crosses. 

300  Margaret   A.    Brown. 

300  George  E..  Kelsey. 

301  William    B.    Williams. 

302  Vacant   lot. 

303  Albert  F.  Reilly. 

304  Peter  H.   Wohlfert. 

305  Frank  J    Thomas. 

305  Caroline  M.   Bingle. 

306  Mrs.   Rachel   Manning. 

306  George  A.  Knapp. 

307  Vacant  lot. 

308  Mathew  H.  Hough. 

308  Edward    Bedford. 

309  Carl  F.   Bendix. 

310  Albert   M.    Dickinson. 

311  Henry   H.    Evans. 

311  Saidie   V.    Woodhull. 

312  Willard  S.  Sink. 

312  Rev.   Fred   L.   Luce. 

313  Otto  R.   Sobestron. 

313  George  J.   Wagner. 

314  Thomas  R.  Jones. 

315  Frederick   Bellosa. 

315  Vacant. 

316  David    R.    Roberts. 

317  Vacant  lot. 

318  George   E.    Stephens. 
318  William  J.   McLean. 


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320  Vacant   lot. 
Leah   St.   Crosses. 
400  Vacant. 

400  Lester  F.   Munson. 

401  Vacant   lot. 

402  Richard    J.    McNally. 

403  Vacant   Lot. 

404  George  Kellogg.V 
4')4  James   McCarty. 

405  Cail    Munzert. 

405  F.  William  Ewakl. 

406  Henry   Magnus. 

406  Catherine  C.  Caprcn. 

407  Clayton  S.   McLean. 

407  Leo  Xorris. 

408  Mrs.   Emily   S.   Bailey. 

409  Merle  R.   Croft. 
409  Berton   H.   Newcomb. 
411  William    P.    Jones. 
413  Vacant  lot. 
415  George    X.    Smith  . 
417  J.  Harry  Van  Vliet. 
419  Emrr.ett  P.    Broderick. 

Square  St.  Crosses. 

500  Mrs.    Bessie  M.    Lewis. 

501  George   Sommers. 

501  Richard  J.  McNally, 

502  James  F.    Reilly. 

503  Martin  F.  Hess. 

503  Simon  Hushes. 

504  Anna   A.    Weigel. 

504  Joseph   E.    Barth. 

505  John  H.   Evans. 

505  Robert   Phillips. 

506  Noble  J.   Crippin. 

507  Charles  Heinrich. 

507  James  E.  Cdrns. 

508  George  N.  Pike. 

508  Charles  Wineburg. 

509  William    J.     Barnes. 

509  Mrs.   Ida   Hiltebrandt. 
310  John   H.    Roberts. 

510  Raymond    Mays. 

511  George  J.   Quinn. 

511  Charles   S.   Curry. 

512  William    J.    Bowen. 

512  John   Ruhm. 

513  Vacant   Lot. 

514  Alfred   E.   Smith. 

514  Naman  'Morre. 

515  Dennis    Russell. 

515  Hugh    Williams. 

516  Mrs.   Bridget   T.   McElroy. 
518  Mrs.   Elvira  A.   Edwards. 
518  Albert  J.   Carr. 

518  Ira  O.    Ellinwood. 
520  Andrew  Seeman. 

520  Frank  Wohlfert. 

521  Clark   Bailey. 
523  Frank  E.   Green. 


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MAHER  BROTHERS 

EVERYTHING  THAT  BOYS 
AND  MEN  WEAR 

OPPOSITE  NEW  HOTEL  UTICA. 


NEILSON     STREET— Continued 

524  Hugh   H.    Roberts. 

525  Matthew   Quillman. 

526  Elbert  Hazelton. 
526  Adelia   S.  Potter. 

528  Mrs.   Margaret   Dygert. 
Arthur  St.  Crosses. 

600  Edward  C.   Gribnau. 
600  H.   Carroll  Porter. 
601-605  Vacant  lots. 
602  Adam  E.   Allen. 
602  Anthony    Grenider. 
602  Weigel    Bros. 
604  Vacant. 
606  Mrs.  Carry  Kiniry. 

608  Vacant  lot. 

West  Shore  RR.  Crosses.  . 

609  Vacant   lot. 

611  Thomas   B.    Cooney. 
613  Julius    H.    Vibbard. 
614-616  Vacant    lots. 
615  Flora  B.  Swartwout. 
615  Edward  Light,  Jr. 
617  Frank  Green. 

617  George   Gray. 

618  Mrs.    Elsie   Wenger. 

618  C.  P.  Wohlfert. 

619  Benjamin   Linck. 

620  Vacant   lot. 

621  Vacant  lot. 

622  Delbert  C.  McLane. 

622  Clinton    T.    Hanrahan. 

623  Louis  F.   Weber. 

624  John  Jones. 

625  Viola  Wood. 

626  Vacant  lot. 

627  John  Jones. 

628  Fred    Pollard. 

629  Vacant. 

630  Charles    P.     Davis. 
630  Emily    Coulton. 

630  Daniel  B.  Palmer.    I 

630  Chris  Brucker. 
631-635  Vacant   lots. 

631  Charles    E.    Irving. 

632  Lorin  Dillingham. 

633  Sofia   Lucas. 
634-648  Vacant  lots. 

637  William  H.  Humphrey. 
639-645  Vacant   lots. 
647  George  J.  Brown. 
650  Henry  Reed. 

650  Lawrence   Martin. 

651  Harrison  G.  Fenner. 
652-654  Vacant    lots. 
653  Vacant  Lot. 

655  Irving   H.    Smallwood. 


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656  Fred  W.   Bean. 
655%  Howard    G.    Low. 

656  George   Evans. 

657  Mrs.  Emma  J.  Graham. 
658-660  Vacant  lots. 

662  Daniel  H.   Smith. 
659-663  Vacant  lots. 

664  Luther  C.  Warner. 

665  Lewis  Troxell. 

666  Margaret  G.   Waterman. 

667  Thomas  O'Reilly. 
James  St.   Crosses. 

700-706  Vacant   lots. 
701  G.  Fred  Heller.     ' 
703  James  McPherson. 
705  Vacant    lot. 

707  Frederick  Bracey. 

708  TTilliam  Johnson. 
709-721  Vacant  lots. 
723  Edward  Light,  Jr. 
725  Frederick   Rahn. 

NEY7ELL    STREET 

448  Genesee  to   Lincoln — 11th   Ward. 

2  Clinton  H.   Jones. 

3  19  Vacant   lots. 

4  Homeopathic       Hospital        Nurses' 

Home. 

4  Martin    Whitton. 

8  Hugh  Girvan. 
10  Earl  A.  Warren. 
12  Dr.  Jacob  F.  Rommel. 
12%  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Stephens. 
14  Vacant  House. 
16  John  H.  H.  Vosburg. 

16  Mrs.    O.    J.    Roberts. 
18  Fred  Widmere. 

18%  Vacant. 

20  Sarah  J.  Morrison.  / 

22  Grant  A.   Hunter. 
Sunset    Ave.    Crosses. 

21  Augustus  H.   Davis. 

23  George  H.  Bramer. 
25  Sarah   Prytherch. 
27  Howard   S.   Clarke. 
29  William  T.  Philleo. 
31  Grove  K    Roberts. 

,  31  Emma    Shilling. 
Bennett  St.   Begins. 
Vacant  Lot. 

35  George   Eisinger. 
37  William  H.  Fay.' 

37  John  F.   Steph. 

39  David   T.    Gorton. 
41  Vacant  Lot. 

43  Mrs.   Josephine  A-   Long. 

43  Walter  J.   Boselly.    ' 
Hager   St.    Eegins. 

Vacant   lots. 
Lincoln    Ave.    Crosses. 

NIAGARA     STREET 

Broad    to    Weston    Ave. — 8th    Ward. 
2-10  Nellls,  Amos  &  Swift. 
5  Clyarence   E.   Morey. 

17  Augusta   Knitting    Co. 
19  Marshall  Knitting  Co. 

Vacant  Lots. 
Catharine    St.    Cresses. 
31  Clarence   Tuttle. 
31  Jesse   Helmer. 

Vacant   Lot. 

36  Joseph  Dinito. 

37  Eugene   A.   McCaffrey. 

38  Tony  Dinito. 

38  Albert   Amodeo. 
38  Louis  Castelli. 

40  Michael   O'Donnell. 
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NIAGARA  STREET— Continued 

43  Ernest   E.   Fehlner. 
43  Cleon  L.  CrandalL 

Vacant  Lots. 
Bleecker    St.    Crosses. 

Vacant  Lots. 
52  Ellis   L.   Ferguson. 
52  George   E.   Butler. 
54  Frank   Lafaro. 
54  Abraham  Goodrich. 

Vacant  Lots.  • 
68  William  Leston. 
68  Jacob  H.   Mathers. 

Vacant    Lots. 
77  Michael  Kenny. 
79  George  J.   Welpe. 
79  Edward  E.   Loftus. 

Vacant  Lots. 
83  Fred  G.  Wilson. 
86  Jeremiah    O'Leary. 

86  Timothy    Ballair. 
Vacant   Lot. 

87  Louise    Rapp. 
Vacant   Lot. 

92  Henry    Chapman. 
92  Theodore   A.    Hobbs. 

NICHOIS    STREET 

210     Broad    to    101     Albany— 8th     and     13th 
Wards. 
1-7  Mohawk  Valley  Cotton   Mills. 

Office. 
9  Daniel  H.   Smith,  Jr. 
11  Horace   Peek. 

11  Rose  Boon. 

12  Aniela  Gomolka. 
12  Dennis  Francis. 

12  Andrew    Juzkewicz. 
12  Stanislaw   Kobek. 
12  Stanislaw  Bernad. 

12  Wawrzeniec  Wilas. 

13  George  H.   Dorsey. 
15  Ella  McCarthy. 

19  William   Town. 
19  Mary    Kehold. 
19  John  Edick. 
21  Andrew   Dubi. 
21  Joseph    Harrison. 
21  Alice  Royce. 
23  Mrs.  Albert  D.  Hills. 
23  Eliz.  Plumb. 
23  Matilda  Slater. 
25  William    Fancett. 
25  James  A.  Schmoll. 
25  Mrs.  Katherine  Kennedy. 
29  Vincenzo   Zammiello. 
31  Joseph  Lovecchio.. 
37  Domenico  Desanto. 
37  Domenico   Perritano. 
37  Vincent     Prepopiewicz. 
37  Domlnick   Mareno. 
37  Fred    Venturinl. 
37  Bazy   Sankowskl. 
37  Stephen  Lukaseweicz. 
i  37  Cicero  Lorretta. 
37  Vanczo  Maccon. 
37  Valentine    Carmello. 

40  Martin   Szymczak. 
,40  Mike    Synkowski. 

41  Paul   Czeslaw. 

42  Anna  Nlznlk. 

42  Swlder   Sobek.  ' 

42  Andrew  Koscielnik. 

42  Parobl   Jurko. 

43  Charles  Wolnicz. 

44  John  Fish. 

45  John  Czerkles.  « 
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46  Peter    Budznski. 
46  Edward  Szol. 
50  John  Studnosz. 

50  Vincenzo    Zammiello. 
Jay   St.    Ends. 

51  Vacant    Store. 

51  Frank  Kodfubouskl. 

51  Marek  Zcer. 

52  Ignace  Bogdanowicz. 

53  George   Nowak. 

53  Michael    Kruscickl. 

53  Michael  Ruczyskl. 

54  Thomas   Handzel. 

55  Florian  Kavalszak. 

55  Peter  Kucuba. 
56(  Joseph   Majka. 

56  Anthony    Grabowskl. 

57  Joseph  Koscielnlak. 
57  Mike    Costaro. 

59  Edward   Bachofen. 

60  James  Dote. 

60  Angelo   Pisano. 

61  Herbert   Hand. 

62  Jas.  L.  Martin. 
62  Leo    S.    Rahn. 
62  John   Eiler. 

62  David  Moore. 
62  Jas.   E.   Lynch. 
62  Peter   Elgoult. 
Bleecker  St.   Crosses. 

85  Albert    C.    Bechtel. 
85  Catharine   Clark. 

85  Eugene    F.    Clark. 

86  Burtis  Van   Hennlck. 
86  Bernard  Hoey. 

88  John    Booth. 

89  John  Copert. 

89  Joseph   Fwrtch. 

90  Isaac    Brammall. 
90  Mrs.   Abbie  Wood. 
93  Arthur  W.   Pratt. 

93  Charles  F.    Schenker. 

94  Herbert   Wenke. 

94  Morris  Allen. 

95  John   T.   Shaw. 

95  Felix    Yacona. 

96  Joe   Stern. 

96  John    Wazarak. 

97  Wolcziek  Kucharczyks. 

97  Mrs.  Barbara  Smith. 

98  Frank    Kosseyba. 
100  Alfred  H.  Dority. 

102  William  Heminway.  Sr. 

105  Mary   Sullivan. 

105  Charles   M.    Gibbons. 

108  John    Rath. 

110  Mrs.   Mary  Cullen. 

110  John  Wendwell  Richardson. 

107-125  Vacant   lots. 


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NICHOLS     STREET— Continued 

112  Mrs.  Lizzie  M.  Dority. 
112  Earl   F.   Dority. 
112  Corey  Farr. 
114  George   Keifer. 
114  Edward  O.  Rockwell. 
127  St.   Stainlaus  R.   C.   Polish  Church. 
129  John   Geba. 
129  Vacant. 
131  Hipolit  Cutrua. 
131  Vincent   Sazeleckra. 
133  Mary  C.  Crill. 
133  Thomas  Owens. 
Mary  St.   Crosses. 

148  Emma     Palch. 

149  Patrick   C.   Butler. 

149  Charles   E.    Sherman. 
147  John    Charton. 

147  Robert   J.    Richardson. 

150  Mrs.    Pheobe   Callahan. 
152  Robert   Neumeyer. 

154  Walter  V.  McCoy. 

154  Clarence    E.    Cooper. 

156-158  Mrs.    James   Gorman. 
Blandina  St.  Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 
Lansing  St.  Crosses. 

195  Mrs.  Jennie  O.  Jaeger. 

195  John  Frantz. 

195  Charles  Sherman. 

195  Francis   F.    Budd. 
Centenary  M.  E.   Church. 

Lansing    St.   Crosses. 

196  Fred  J.  Fox. 

197  Karl  W.  Streeter. 

197  Daniel  Lyons. 

198  Charles  Kennedy. 

198  Walter  Axom. 

199  Irving  R.   Brockway. 

199  Owen  Eynon. 

200  James  H.  Ashcroft.     ' 
200  Albert  J.  Miner. 

202  Mechanics'   Laundry. 
202  George    W.    Bergen. 
Rutger  St.  Crosses. 

213  Clara   M.   Edgar. 

215  George  Millson.  , 

215  Edward  Roach. 

217  Thomas  Solan. 

217  Geo.   N.   Rhames. 
210-222  Vacant  lots. 

218  Thomas  Shields^ 

219  Louis   Fisher. 

219  George  Tourney. 

220  Merton  Courtney. 

220  William   J.   Gately. 

221  Frank    W.    Currier. 


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221  Chauncey  M.  Woodworth. 
223  William   Williams. 
223  Michael   Bevins. 
226  Robert  Henry. 
226  John    McConnell. 

228  Fred  D.  Holladay. 

229  East    Side    Coal    Yard. 

230  Cornelius  McCarthy. 
230  John  Goodfellcw. 
231,Vacant. 

232  Luke  A.  Hughes. 

NOYES    STREET 

330    Genesee    to    Lincoln — 11th    Ward. 

2  Henry  W.  Fehn. 

2%  Dr.   Leon  W.   Platner. 

3  Barn. 

4  Andrew  R.  Olsen. 
4  William  A.    Davis. 

4  Fred   J.    Davis. 

5  Harry    A.    Chester. 

6  Harvey  S.  Kelly. 

6  C.   P.   Davis'   Sons. 

6  De   Verde    J.    Bellinger. 

7  George    E.    Camp. 

6y2  Dr.    David   B.    Cooley. 

8  James  .   Ferguson.  , 
8%  Charles    H.    Lynch. 

8y2  Mrs.    Lydia   A.   Hitchcock. 

9  Charles    Smith. 
9%  Frank  K.  Dean. 
9%  Mrs.  T.  D.  Roberts. 

10  Joseph   M.    Joel. 

11  Walter  D.  Jones. 

11  Mrs.  Frank  C.  Bates. 

14  Roy    Cunningham. 

13  Paul  E.   Schermerhorn. 

15  Nathaniel  B.  S.  Peckham. 

15  Patrick  G.  Hammel. 

16  Mrs.   Jane  J.   Carroll. 

17  Theodore    Moiling. 

17  Mrs.   Rosalie  Diesenthold. 

18  William  D.   Jones. 

18y2  Charles    H.    Kirkland. 

19  Edward  J.  Berg. 

19  John  Shea. 

20  Julius   A.   Hall. 

22  Lafayette  C.  Haskell. 
22  Charles   C.   Davis. 
22  William  Richards. 
24  William  H.   Goodwin. 
24  William    J.    Williams. 
26  Robert   J.    Clark. 
Frances  St.   Crosses. 

'    29  Schiller  &  Creswell. 

30  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Freymuller. 

31  George  LaBounty. 
31  Miss  Alice  Daly. 

31  Charles   J.    Miller. 

32  William  H-  Jones. 

33  Mary    O'Connor. 

34  Edward  H.   Smith. 

35  William  E.  Gilroy. 

35%  John  G.  •  Geiersbach,  Jr. 

36  Michael  Gillen. 

37  Charles  J.  Faass. 

37  Charles  W.   Frame. 

38  Vacant. 

38  Mrs.  Mandana  Nuttall. 

39  Louis  F.  Hoerle. 

39  E.    S.    Harder. 

40  Charles    F.    Dieffenbacher,    Sr. 

40  Stephen  Vaughn. 

41  Erhardt  Huther. 

41  Charles  E.   Bucher. 
42-44  Vacant    lots. 
46  Theodore    Somers. 
46  Charles  Davis.. 


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48  Theodore  Wagner. 
48  Mrs.    Mary    Ryan.        i 
Sunset  Ave.  Crosses. 

50  Edward   H.   Ennis. 

51  John  E.  Manley. 
51  Fred  A.  Winters. 
53  Henry  J.  Vogler. 
53  John    Kellmurray. 

OAK    PLACE 

4    Schuyler    to    Jacob — 2d    Ward. 

1  Ernest    Brucker,    Sr. 
1-11  Vacant  lots. 

2  Charles  T.  Richardson. 
2  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Strader. 
4  Vacant   lot. 

6  Walter   W.    Brucker. 

6  Mrs.  Bertha  Gaynor. 

8  John  Quick. 
10  Frank  L.  Burton. 
10  Henry    Heagle. 

12  Stephen  Valentine. 

13  Nicholas    Berg. 

15  George    Sharpe. 

14  Vacant    lot. 

16  Frank  G.   Haitz. 
17-21  Vacant    lots. 

18  Mrs.    Lillian    Ridley. 

19  George  H.   ICratzenberg. 

20  John    Roth. 

22  Frederick  Agne. 

22  Alfred  W.  Adlington. 

OAK     STREET 

West    Ave.    to    York — 14th    Ward. 

1  Mathias   Wolber. 

2  Henry  P.  Scott. 
i  2  Vacant. 

3  Albert    A.    Phillips. 

4  William    McCabe. 

5  Charles  R  Hugill. 

6  August    Schulze. 
City  St.   Crosses. 

8-12  Vacant  lots.  •  ,     . 

14  oonn  Hartman. 
14  Frank  Hoffmaster. 
16  Augusta   Tahnke. 
18  Robert    F.    Tahnke. 
20-30  Vacant  lots. 
School    No.    19. 
31  Vacant. 

31  Fred  Becraft. 

32  Mary  E.  Brown. 
32  Alfred  F.  Schorerv 

Martin  St.  Crosses. 
Vacant   lots. 

ONEIDA     SQUARE 

Junction   of   Genesee   St.,   State,   Park   Ave. 
and    Oneida— 7th    Ward. 
Dobson    Block. 

1  Samuels   Bros. 

2  Oneida   Square   Market. 

3  Louie   Miller. 

4  Hugh   B.    McMullen. 

ONEIDA     STREET 

Oneida    Square    (Genesee    St)    to    Pleaiant 
St.  and  Forest  Hill   Cemetery— 7th  Ward. 
1-3  Oneida    Square    Hotel. 
3%  Byer's  Sales  Stable. 

5  John   Kane. 

7  Oneida   County   Creameries   Col 
11-13  Chetwood   Flats. 

11  J.    C.    Hamilton. 
11  Mrs.    A.    D.    Fero. 
11  Charles  B.   Clark. 
11  William  K.   Harvey. 


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11  Mary   M.   Jackson. 

11  Julia  D.   Mann. 

11  Mrs.  J.  H.  Kellogg. 

15  Harry   J.    Moss. 

15  Edwin    C.    Shankenberry. 

16-18  Hugh    B.    McMullen. 

17  Wiliam    M.     Mulchy. 

19  Mrs.   Imogene  Thomas. 

20  Weisbecker    Dancing    Academy. 

21  Alvin  L.   Tucker. 
23  Cora  L.  Hamel. 

23  Stephen    M.    Smith. 

24  Oneida    Hall    and    Annex. 
26-28  Oneida   Hall. 

29  James    B.    Turnbull. 
31  William   B.   Roemer.   M.   D. 
Hobart   St.   Crosses. 

33  Ward's   Terrace. 
33  Thomas  A.  Clark. 
39  New  Flat. 
41  Griffith    Griffiths. 
41  Frederick  J.  Cronin. 
41  Alice  S.  Jones. 

41  Thomas  G.  McMahon. 

42  Cromwell    Woodward. 
45  Edwin  J.   Fisher. 

45  Mrs.  J.   Wilson  Jones. 
45  Mary  Morley. 

45  Robert    Eately.    Jr. 

46  John    M.    Turnbull. 
48  Vacant. 

48  Humphrey  Hughes. 
49-51  Fostoria  Flats.     • 

49  Avery   Horton. 

49  Mrs.   Elizabeth   S.  Griffith. 
49  Henry  Weber. 

49  Thomas  Williams. 

50  John   H.    Jones. 

51  H.  J.   Shaw,  M.   D. 
51  B.   Brace  Beardsley. 

51  Mrs.   Emma   K.   Simmoni. 

51  Vacant. 
Walker  St.    Begins. 

52  Edward   T.   Pape. 
54  Vacant    lot. 

60  Mrs.    Edward   Curran. 
62  Vacant   lot. 
67  Frederick  W.   Boyce. 
72  George   C.    Mason. 
72  Charles    B.    Mason. 

75  William    S.    Foster. 

76  Mrs.  Emma  H.  Gilmore. 
79  Frederick  W.  Bensberg. 
79  William  B.  Foster. 

82  Francis   W.    Stedman. 

83  Samuel    H.    Budlong. 

87  Warren    C.    Rowley. 

88  George   W.    Griffith. 

91  Erv-in   C.   Field. 

92  Charles  C.  Chase. 


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FROM  HEAD  TO  FOOT 

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ONEIDA  STREET— Continued 

98  Seward  A.   Miller. 

99  David    W.    Hyland. 
102  William  W.  Lowery. 

105  Adams   Bros.    &   Co. 

106  Theodore  W.  Hieber. 

108  Livery  Stable  (Albert  T.  Hand). 

109  Newton   Adams. 

110  Albert  T.   Hand. 
112-126  Vacant    lots. 

111  Jacob    C.    Spencer. 
115  Vacant. 

115  Frank  J.   Knowles. 

119  Timothy   B.    Leary. 

119  Bert  O.    Gifford. 

123  A.    Spencer   Hughes. 

123  Mrs.  Helen  M.  Brown. 

127  Gain   L.   Fay. 

127  Frederick    E.    Schuchardt 

127  Mrs.   Gertrude   E.   Greene. 

128  Mrs.  C.  J.  Bulkley. 

131  Stephen   E.   Babcock. 

132  Mrs.    W.    E.    Sweet. 

133  Henry  F.   Coupe. 

135  Bernard    McDermott. 

136  John    Parker. 

138  Thomas  P.  Trewett. 
143  James    E.    Ryan. 
143  Vacant. 

145  Bertha   D.    Hughes. 
147  Fred    E.    Parker. 
149  Joseph   J.    Ackroyd. 
149  Lotta  C.   Richards. 
151  Richard   G.   Lloyd. 
'Clinton    Place    Crosses. 

180  Samuel   J.    Oerter. 
184  Reuben   A.    Tate. 

186  Albert   S.    Owens. 
.  187  Sewell    M.    Jones. 

187  Vacant. 

189  Clarence    E.    Morey. 

190  William    H.    Long. 

190  Clarence  O.  Putman. 

191  Frederick    H.    Hazard. 
194  Frederick   G.   Harter. 

194  Mrs.  Carrie  Daggett. 

195  Barney  Abelson. 
197  Frank  W.  Keller. 
197  Pardon    B.    Sanford. 

196  George   E.    Woodard. 
200  George   C.   Morehouse. 

207  Emma  C.   Bartow. 

208  Charles    H.    Poole. 
:  Jewett    Place    Ends. 

211  J.    William   Meiss. 
211  Carl    A.    Evans. 
215  Roy    E.    Nichols. 
215  Ellen    Naylor. 


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216-218  Vacant   lot. 

219  John   Boyce. 

220  Mrs.    Ellen   E.    Kennedy. 

221  Robert    I.    Evans. 

222  William  H.  Peale. 

223  Albert  W.   Winshlp. 

225  John   Corrou. 
James   St.    Begins. 

226  Edwin  H.   Martin. 
Faxton   St.    Ends. 

229  Lucian  B.  Purinton. 
229  William   W.    Townsend. 
"The  LeRoy." 

1  Vacant. 

2  S.  Mott  Stuart. 

3  Francis  H.  Donaldson. 

4  Anthony  W.  Peters. 
231  George   M..    Speaker. 
231%  Albert  C.  Rucker. 
233  Herbert   E.    Mallory. 
233%   William  L.   Lawton. 
235  Walter    C.    Risley. 

259  Hugh    McMullen. 
261  Edwin   J.   Harris. 

261  Vacant. 

262  Mrs.   Mannie   Owens. 
264  Crasto  A.  Owens. 

266  James   O'Toole. 
Vacant  lot. 

267  Lecn   L.   Arthur. 
Davis   Place    Begins. 

269  Theodore  W    Ballou. 
271  James    Donovan. 
271  George  L.   Rice. 
273  Vacant. 
Scott  St.   Ends. 

285  John   H.    King. 

287  Vacant. 

288  Mrs.    Gertrude    E.    Foote. 
2S8  M.    Walter    Seelye. 

289  David   M.   Barber. 

290  Jennie   Blayney. 

290  Llewellyn   Rowlands. 

291  Mark    Welch. 

291  Mrs.    Anna   Campbell. 

292  Nellie  McDonald. 

293  Franklin  L.   Sweet 
293  Mrs.   Emma   Smith. 
293  James   McDonald. 

Grant   St.    Ends. 

295-297  Henry  L.    Salladin'. 

300-310  Vacant   lots. 
West  Shore   RR.  Crosses. 

322  Vacant. 

305-323  Vacant  lots. 

325  Mrs.   Alice   C.   Wood. 

325  Morris    Hendriks. 

327  John  W.  Green. 

329  John   L.   Newton. 

324  Thomas   Brown. 

326-330  Vacant    lots. 

331  Vacant  lots. 

333  John  F.  Kernan. 

333  George  J.  Osborn. 

333  Joseph   Lewis. 
Pleasant   St.    Crosses. 

334-338  Vacant  lots.  '     ' 

340  Levi    D.    Eastman. 

342  to  Baker  St.,  Vacant  lots. 

337-343  Vacant   lots. 

345  Grant   R.    Jewett. 

347-373  Vacant  lots. 

375  Arthur  P.  Jewett. 

377  Frank  J.  Cronk. 
Margaret    St.    Begins. 

379-411  Vacant   lots. 

New  Forest  Cemetery  Entrance. 

415  Charles    Cramer. 


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ONEIDA     STREET— Continued 

New    Forest    Cemetery. 
Baker    St.    Begins. 

Carl   Raimann. 
Prospect  St.    Ends. 

Forest  Hill   Cemetery  Entrance. 
Salvatore    Troy    Marble    &    Granite 

Works. 
Richard     Lawes      (office     cemetery 

entrance,    b.    near    do.). 
John   T.    Curt    (h.    within   cemetery 
grounds). 
Holland    Ave.    Ends. 

ONTARIO     STREET 

Broad   to  Albany — 8th   and   13th  Wards. 
1  Pills  Antonowicz. 
1  Thomas  Kida. 
Vacant  Lots. 
Vacant   lots. 
Catharine    St.     Ends. 
Vacant  Lots. 
Gilbert    St.    Ends. 

38  Frank  Morgan. 
38  Mary   Cole. 
40  Bernard   Malewicz. 
40  Felix  Paszko. 
40  Adam  Szczinski. 
42  Frank   Gillett. 
42  Joseph    Tady. 
44  Bessie   Tuttle. 
44  Thomas    Tuttle. 
46  Walter   Stoeber. 
46  Albert    Fischer. 
48  Dominico   Attaviano. 
48  Mike   Romano. 
59  Philip  La  Ragina. 
59  Rocco    La    Regina. 
59  PeterPilewicz. 
Vacant   Lot. 
Bleecker    St.    Crosses. 

62  William   H.   Weis. 
62  Frank  Fitzimmons. 
64  George    DeGrafC. 

64  Michael  Ford. 
Vacant  lots. 

65  Paul   Walsh. 
65  James  Petty. 

67  Michael    Buonouzlgna. 

67  George   Petrota. 

68  Alex    Morrissette. 
68  Erwin    Brown. 

68  Vacant. 

69  Vacant  Lot. 

71  Mrs.  Nort  Carmody. 

71  Elizabeth  Lange. 

73  Michael   Bonzinga. 

73  Vacant. 

80  Roscoe    Rocco. 

80  Tony  Lupin. 

83  Glacanlo  Cabucclo. 

83  Rufus  Gentile. 

84  John  Dorlmus. 
.  84  Otto  Fisher. 

85  Charles  E.  Ferguson. 
85  August  Mauer. 

Western   Ave.    Begins. 
West    Shore    RR.    Crosses. 
87  Pasquale  Petrello. 
87  Charles  PIcciano. 
87  Vacant. 
Vacant  lots. 
Blandlna   St.   Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 
Lansing    St.    Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 
Rutger   St.    Crosses. 
Vacant    Lots. 


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Guelich  St.   Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 
Gardner  St.  Cresses. 
Bell    Avenue    Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 
South   St.    Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 

Dominick  Zigarelll. 
Girard    St.    Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 
Lawrence   St.    Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 
Crouse    St.    Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 
Allen    St.    Crosses. 

Vacant   lots. 

ORCHARD 

124   West    Ave.    to   7 

1  Yard. 

2  William  R.   White. 

5  Frederick    G.    Bockmann. 

6  Gus  Hoetzer. 

6  Mary  A.   Wurster. 

6  David  G.   Eichenhofer. 

7  Vacant  lot. 

8  Anthony    Bankert. 

8  Edward  G.  Fairchlld. 

9  Mrs.    Ann    Devereux. 

10  Fred   H.    Ulrich. 

11  Alois   J.    Jenny. 

12  John  Altschaeffe. 

12  Norbert  J.'  Heidelberger. 

13  Frank    M.    Whitney. 
14-19  Vacant  lots. 

15  Michael   E.    Devereux. 
18  John   Denton. 
18  Ludwlg  Ulrich. 
20-22  Vacant   lots. 
21  John  J.   Spohn. 
23  Emma  Schelbert. 

23  Barthaser   Zorn. 

24  Edward    Beh. 

24  Simon   Schmltz. 

25  Vacant   lot. 

26  Mary  Black. 

26  William  Gerstner. 

27  William   J.    Knittle. 

28  Thomas    Hamer. 

29  Evan  Hughes. 

30  Joseph   W.    Stanley. 

30  Charles    Harwood. 

31  William  F.   Gale. 
33  John  W.  Flnlayson. 
33  Lon  Slmmonds. 

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MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHES,  HATS,  FURNISHINGS, 
SHOES  FOR  MEN  AND  BOYS 

Cor.  LaFayette  and  Seneca  Sis. 


OSCAR   STREET 

Dwyer  to   Mary — 13th   Ward. 
1  Raffaele  Ameduri. 

1  Philip    De    Mare. 

2  Jacob  Zlasko. 

2  Joe   Petroczevitch. 
2  Bill   Reshkofski. 
2  Joe   Bedritzki. 
4  Sylvlester    Adgukimus. 
6  Vircha  Stonzik. 
6  -Joe   Cc-dzinski. 
8  Mike  Forte. 
Bleecker    St.    Crosses. 
Vacant. 
60  Nicolo    Di    Francese. 
60  Angelo  Shorte. 
70  Tom  Nubka. 
70  Joe  Rizzo. 
West   Shore   RR.   Crosses. 

OSWEGO    STEEET 

372   Genesee   to   Wheeler   Ave.— 11th    Ward. 
2  John   E.    McBride. 
18  The  Beverly. 

Flat  1  Jacob  H.  Kuehuling. 

Flat  2  Leon  Rasbach. 

Flat  3  Mrs.  Harriet  Aldridge. 

Flat  4  Frank  E.  Dodge. 

Flat  5  Stella    Jenkins. 

Flat  5  Grace  Waters. 

Flat  5  Edith    Watkins. 

Flat  5  Margaret    Clark. 

Flat  6  Eva  L.  Gibbs. 

Flat  6  Sarah     Gwynn. 

Flat  6  Rose  Hoffmeister. 

Flat  6  Man"   L.    Hoffmeister. 
Frances   St.    Ends. 
28-30   Vacant. 
32  Dr.  James  E.  Gage. 
33-35  Lorraine   Flats. 

1  Mary   Dunlap. 

2  Vacant. 

3  Charles  H.   Slauson. 
3  Loesa   L.    Stanburg. 

3  Bertha  Stanburg. 

4  Emily  P.  Howes. 

5  Vacant. 

6  Margaret   L.    Owen. 

6  Eleanor  Jones. 

7  Frances  A.   Townsend. 

7  Deforest  A.  Lapham. 

8  Margaret  W.    Erwin. 

9  Edward  F.  Green. 

11  Frank  M   Schuderer. 

12  Anna  Johnston. 
12  Annetta  Fuller. 

34  Dominlck   Decker. 


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36  Vacant. 

37-39  Oswego   Apartment   House. 

37  Ruby   C.   Roof. 

37  George   L.    Latcher. 

37  William    B.    Shutts. 

39  George  E.   Johnson. 

38  Patrick  E.  Haley. 

40  George   H.    Benner. 

41  Frederick  N.   Goodwin. 

41  Hannah  Owens. 

42  William   J.    Kreiger. 

42  Carlton  Groves. 

43  William   R.    Thomas. 

44  Henry    F.    Erhardt. 
44%  Fred   L.   Porte. 

45  Richard    E.    Jones. 
49  Matilda   Steph. 

51  Lydia  Mays. 
51  Christian   J.    Brown. 
55  William    Warnes. 
55  Vacant. 
Sunset  Ave.   Crosses. 

59  Charles    H.     Baker. 
64  William    J.    Burgess. 

64  Jacob    Looft. 
Vacant   lots. 

65  Joseph   Conley. 

68%  Albert  H.   Jennison. 

69  Louie  Miller. 

70  John  W.  McBride. 

71  Leslie   Jones. 

73  William     B.     McLane. 

74  William   M.    Kavanagh. 

75  John   H.    Eynon. 

76  Rose   Gilroy. 

76  William  Hanrahan. 

77  George  H.   Abel. 

77  John   Dowling. 

78  Edward  G.  Keoland. 

78  Otto  Weltersbach.' 

79  George   Woodworth. 

79  Veronica  Frey. 

80  Mrs.   Eliza   Glover. 

80  Frank    F.    Becraft. 

81  Leo   M.    Kreber. 

81  Simon  J.   Starr. 

82  Rames  J.    Brown. 

84  Mary  E.  Chisholm.  ' 

'84  Ray   L.    Roosa. 
84  Herman    C.    Kac-hel. 
84  Alice    Ritchie. 
84  George  Grossbendt. 
84  Lynford   H.   Guillaume. 
86  Mrs.    Mary    Coakley. 
86  F.   Percy  Green. 
86  Dean  M.  Rockwell. 
86  Frank    E.    Blashfield. 
88  William   L.    Chapman. 
88  Harry    Mitchell. 
90  Bert  H.  Phillips.  „ 
90%    Catharine   Donovan, 
92  Charles  Pierrie. 

Cor.  West  Ave.  Utlca  Coal  Co. 

OTTILIA    STREET 

Also  called  Ormond  Place. 
Prospect    to    Warren    Ave. — 7th    Ward. 

2  John  H.    Williams. 

4  Everett  W.   Dibble. 

6  Vacant. 

6  Helen  L.   Marsh. 

8  John  Garrigan. 
10  Benjamin  Carlson. 
12  Zachariah  P.  Townsend. 
14  Nelson  A.  Burrlll. 
16  Vacant. 


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PARK    AVENUE 


N.   Y.    C. 


RR.   to    Oneida    Sq.— 1«t,  4th,   6th 
and    7th    Wards. 
2-30  Vacant   lots. 

'1-23  International   Heater   Co. 
Main   St.    Ends. 

Barns. 
Broad   St.    Crosses. 
Erie   Canal   Crosses. 

23-39  Mohawk    Valley    Cap   Factory. 

41-47  La  Tosca  Knitting  Co. 

44-45  Vacant    lots. 

62  Barn. 

64  Barn. 
Catharine   St.   Crosses. 

51  Salvatore    Scalzzo. 

51  Sante    Marcio. 

51  Pasquale    Lambo. 

53  Nick   Dichera. 

53%  FrankBellmusto. 

63%  John  Ferro. 

63%  Emilio    Bellmusto. 

63%  Paolo   Guallo. ' 

53%  Joseph    Guallo. 
-  53%  Vincenzo   Bartotta. 

63%    John    Piccolo. 

55  Teresa    DeCrisci. 

55  Cammille   Corba. 

55  Nicola  Precola. 

55  Rosa   Pacile. 

55  Frank    Basile.    . 

57  Leonardo   Falatlco. 

59  Antonio    Passalaqua. 

59  Domenico  Passalaqua. 

61  Paolo    Lovagllo. 
Second    St.    Crosses. 

63-65  City   Park. 

66-74  Patrick    McGough     Est. 

76  F.  E.  Conley  Stone  Co.  yard. 
Jay  St.   Crosses. 

67  Serafino   Izzio. 

69  Joseph  Bell. 

71  Nicola  Fragetta. 

71  Guida   Flamidia. 

71  Michele  Fioro. 

71  Maria  Olivier!. 

73  Vitaliono   Ionta. 

75  George  Matera. 

73  Riamondionio    D'lorlo. 

73  James  Alberto. 

73  Sam   Spool. 

75  Nicolette    Cle-mente. 

77  Mrs.    Glrdano  Pollna, 
79  Frederick  Collins. 
78-82  Anna  McGough. 

81  Frank    DeFloris. 
81  Peter  Marrone. 
81  Salvatore  DeLuna. 
84  Albert  Ferriss. 

84  Joseph  Morris. 

85  Anna  Dunn. 

85  "William  Carey  Horace. 

86  Michael  -White. 

86  John    Bogan. 

87  Mary  E.   Patterson. 

87  Emma  V.   Ruller. 

88  Giovanni  Larocco. 

88  Joseph  Voce. 

89  Vacant   lot. 

90  Frank  Gardner. 

90  Emma   Pasquale.  , 
Bteecker  St.  Crosses. 

Chancellor  Square. 
First  St.   Crosses. 
Academy    St.    Ends. 
Elizabeth   St.   Crosses. 

91  Vacant  lot. 

92-98  Oneida   Historical    Society. 


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Thomas    L.    Kelly. 

93  Patrick  P.   Loftus. 

95  Sisters   of   Charity   Home. 

99  Frank   H.    Cadby. 

99  Charles    D.    Adams. 

99  Mrs.    Francis    T.    Gorton. 

99  George  F.   Griffin. 

99  Herbert  J.  Day. 
101  Mrs.   Kate   Cummings. 
101%     Charles    Irving. 

103  Harry    C.    Lovette. 
103%  Otto   Poepel. 

103%    Mrs.   Harry   Marsden. 
John    St.    Crosses. 
Mary   St.    Crosses. 

104  Spencer   A.    Newton. 

104  Sarah   J.    Kittle. 

105  Katherine  Keenen. 
105  William    Webb. 

105  Chester    S.    Archer. 

106  Charles   V.    Spaulding. 

107  Clarence  M.    Smith. 
107%    Perry  J.    Congdon. 
107%   Frederick  W.   Herrmann. 

108  William  M.  Clarke. 

109  Mrs.    Nancy    Evans. 

110  Charles    H.    Janvrin. 

111  Lewis   W.    LeClair. 

112  Joseph  E.  Pike. 

114  Herbert  D.  Rushmer. 

116  Kathryn  A.   Knowlson. 

118  Clayton  W.    Welch. 
Blandina    St.    Crosses. 

117  John    D.    Collins. 

119  Samuel    Lacell. 

119  John    F.    Lanning. 

120  Julia   Richards. 

120  Mrs.    Mary   Scalley. 

121  Bessie  Burns. 

122  Ida    Hill. 

123  Charles  R.  White. 
122%  Henry  B.   Turner. 

124  Michael  J.   Keelan. 

125  L.    Buhrman   Mentzer. 

126  Martin   H.    Cappon. 
128  Bertha  Ely. 

130  Jacob  C.  Heiler. 
130  Mary    E.    Schmidt. 
130  Robert  J.  Werner. 

132  Frederick    A.    Parshall. 
132%  Oscar    D.    Williams. 

134  Charles  L.   Taylor. 
Lansing    St.    Begins. 

133  Dr.    William    H.    Beattie. 
Steuben   Park   Crosses. 

Rutger    St.    Begins. 
Hopper   St.    Ends. 

135  Mary   Evans. 

136  Dr.    Wallace    Clarke^      - 

137  Charles    E.    Chase. 

138  Dr.  Hyzer  W.  Jones. 


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OPPOSITE  NEW  HOTEL  UTICA. 


PARK  AVENUE— Continued 

139  "Victor    B.    Stewart. 

140  Maurice   W.    Jones. 

140  Emma    Philpott.  % 

141  Elizabeth    W.    Griffith. 

142  Mrs.   Nora   G.    Sayre. 

143  George    Beatty. 

144  Mrs.    Jane   C.    Roberts. 
Clark    St.    Begins. 

145  Vacant. 

145  James  A.    Potter. 

146  Samuel   A.    Beardsley. 

147  Arthur   J.    Lux. 

148  George   W.    Sherwood. 

149  William    E.    Richards. 

150  Martin   Heiler. 

151  Donald    Mclntyre. 
'151  Edward   A.    Boyle. 

152  Daniel  F.   Butterffeld.  . 

153  George    M.    Weaver. 

154  Glenn  P.   Dodge. 

155  William    D.    Jones. 

156  Austin  H.  Cavanagh. 

157  The    Sexton. 
South    St.    Crosses. 

158  Clifford    Lewis,    Jr. 

158%  Edward    A.    Willoughby. 

159  Charles    T.    Olmstead. 

160  George    S.    Dana. 

161  Dr.    Thomas   H.    Farrell. 
1S1  Robert   Gage. 

Summit   Place    Begins. 

162  Frank    R.    Winant. 
162  Jennie  K.   Scranton. 
162  Clarence    Williams. 
164  Harry   Eastman. 

164  Dr.    John    D.    Jones. 

165  George    E.    Dunham. 
Dakin    St.    Ends. 

166  Moriah     Church. 

167  Richard  R.  Williams. 

168  Mrs.    Margaret   Parry. 
168  William  G    Williams. 

168  Rev.    D.    Morgan    Richards. 

169  Robert   H.    Canffeld. 
169%  Thomas  W.  Atkins. 

170  Arthur  F.    Rockwell. 

171  Isabell  Woodland. 

172  Everett   Peek. 

174-178  Utica    Public    Library. 

173  John    Hopkins. 
173%   Matthew  Walsh. 

dm    St.     3eglns. 

175  Mrs.  Ann  Borden. 
175%  Ellen  Jones. 
175%  Laura  A.   Jones. 
175%  Mrs.  Minnie  Cummings. 
177  Dennis    Hannon. 


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177  John    McGarty. 

178  Dr.   H.    M.    Clapp. 

179  Joseph   L.    Kelly. 
179%  William  P.  Foley. 
181  George  Latterman. 
181  Abner   B.   Gardner. 
183  John  F.    Reagan. 

185  Charles    C.    Robbins. 

186  Cornelia   E.   Hammond. 

187  James  Swan. 
187  John  G.   Swan. 

189  Vacant  lot.  » 

191  Jennie  A.'  Jones. 
193  Catherine  A.  Jones. 
195  Ida    M.    Utter. 
195  Mary  T.  Kalian. 
195%  Mrs.    Ora   M.    Giblin.  » 

195%  Catharine   Wilcox. 
Eagle   St.   Crosses. 
Kemble  St.  Begins. 

197-199  The    Jackson. 

Dr.   C.  W.  Crumb. 
Wallace  L.  Hayes. 
Margaretta  McKenney. 
197  Estella  M.  Williams. 
197  Miss  Nona  Franz. 
197  Lillian  V.  Smith. 
197  Sallie  Emily  Cramer. 
197  George  E.   Ormsbee. 
199  Elizabeth  McDonald. 
199  Mrs.  Hattie  Harter. 
199  Elizabeth    Embley. 
199  Edward   M.    Bienman. 
199  Rev.  G.  O.  Phelps. 
199  Arthur   T.    Porteous. 
201  Frederick    Denton. 
201  William  A.   McConnell. 
201  George  H.  Waldron. 
201  John   H.    Smith. 
203  William   T.    Megereil. 
205  Tibbits-Ward    Plumbing    Co. 
207  Lawrence    Shanley. 
,207  Arthur  E.  Halliday. 
207  Anna  Stevens. 
207  Stanton   P.   Hunt. 
209  Anna    E.    Callahan. 
209  Clark  Ebenspergen. 
209  Katherine  Tiernney. 
211  George  O.  Decker. 

No.  1  Engine  House. 
213  Oneida  Garage. 
215  H.  D.  Crim  Auto  Co.  (Inc). 
217  Pierce  &  Gray. 
219  Edward   Geer. 
219  A  L.  Lockwood. 
219  Lockwood  &  Pender. 
221-223  H.  C.  Peterson  &  Co. 
227  Vacant   lots. 

PARK  PLACE  OR 
PARK  CRESCENT 

(Near  Boulevard.) 
Genesee   to   West   Shore   R.    R. — 7th    Ward. 
1-5  Vacant    Lots. 
2  Vacant. 

5  Fred  E.   Howarth. 
4  Vacant. 

6  George  H.   Smith. 
8  Vacant. 

10  George  F.   Daiker. 

12  Vacant 

14  Vacant. 

16  James  J.  Hopkins. 

18  Vacant. 

PARK     PLACE 

Head  of  Steuben  Park— 4th  Ward. 
Park  Baptist,  Church. 
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PARKER    STREET 

14   Clinton   to   Jason — 6th   Ward. 
4  Martha  Tehle. 
4  Adolph    Echmier. 

7  Henry   Stevener. 

8  Fred    Hartlieb. 

11  John  F.  Imhoff. 

12  Walter   Kaley. 

12  Mary  Hillenbrand. 

13  Earl  J.  Seniff. 
13  Mary    Girvan. 

16  Andrew    Winkler. 

16  Jens  Riss  Moeller. 

17  Adolph    Peetz. 

17  Frank   Berger. 

18  Henry   M.    Berg. 

21  Robert  E.  Sullivan. 

21  Edward    Boyser. 

22  Frank   Lutz. 

23  John  J.   Davis. 

24  Albert  George. 

24  W'alter   F.    Bennett. 

25  Douglas  A.   Peek. 
25  Katharine    Klaiber. 

27  William   R.    Edwards. 

28  Henry  Hartlieb,  Jr. 

28  Ellen  C.   Bennett. 

29  Mary   A.    Lincoln. 

32  Mary    Wilhelm. 

33  Albert  M.  Bankert. 

34  Vacant  lot. 

35  Theresa   G.    Mooney. 

35  Herbert   Tallman. 

36  John   J.    Farr. 

37  John  Weikert. 

38  Vacant    lot. 

40  John    Metzger. 

41  Mrs.   Elizabeth   Scherer. 
41  Jesse  W.  Elmer. 

43  Joseph  Tessey. 

45  George  Moser,  Jr. 

46  Philippina    Schaub. 
46  Eugene  H.  Dodge. 

48  August  Meller. 

49  John    Krubeck. 

49  Emil   Streiffler. 

50  Casper  Daniels. 

51  Charles  Cheskey. 

52  Catharine  Lang. 

54  Joseph   D.   Frick. 

55  J.   Edward  Green. 

56  Jatin  Tesmer. 

56  William  C.  Harrer. 
59  Mrs.  Anna  Alsheimer. 
59  Michael  Winegar. 

59  Joseph  Fehlner. 

60  Mrs.  Gertrude  W.  Turk. 
61-65  Vacant  Jots. 

64  Frank  J.  KIrschofer. 

66  Joseph  F.   Bamberger. 

67  Joseph  Frank. 
69  Otto  J.  Tost. 
71  Vacant  lot. 

74  William   Roberts. 

PEARL    STREET 

212    Genesee   to    Broadway — 3d    Ward. 
City  Hall. 

City    Court,    James    K.    O'Connor, 
City  Judge. 
2  John  A.   Georgltso. 
4  National  Cash  Register  Co. 
Madison   Lane  Ends. 

6  Joseph  F.   Rettig. 
10  Widtman  Printing  Co. 
10  Mrs.  Margaret  A.  Yerdon. 
1        10  George  White. 

10  William   R.    Stephens. 


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12 

14 
16 
16 
16 
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Washin 
21 
20 
22 
22 
22 
22 
24 
26 
28 
28 
28 
28 
30 
31 
32 
34 
34 
34 
34 
35 
36 
37 
37 
3S 
38 
39 
41 
40 
43 
44 
45 
46 
49 


Mildred  L.  Dunlap. 
Julian  Batchelor  Co. 
Frank  W.  Cook. 
Edward  H.  Buck. 
Benton  R.  -LJtts. 
James  E.  Welch. 
Vacant. 

Corner  (left)   Police  Station, 
gton   St.   Crosses. 
Johnson    &    Schmidt. 
The  M.    S.   Company. 
Joseph  S.   Higgins. 
James   Koehl. 
Frederick   C.   Miller. 
John   McCraith. 
Utica    Sign    Co. 
John  H.   W.  Cadby. 
George  A.  McKnight. 
James   E.    McMahon. 
Frances   Edwards. 
William  H.   Harris. 
Parker  &   Stewart. 
William   Danner   &   Co. 
Mrs.    Ellen   Dodge. 
Harry  Van  Vechten. 
Evan  Davis. 
Mrs.   E.   E.   Hill. 
Owen   D.    Bettis. 
Catherine  N.  Ryan. 
Edward   P.    Bates. 
Willis  Jenne. 
Henry   Collins. 
Harry  Evans. 
Charles   C    Polk. 
George  W.  Munnich. 
Irvin    Dority. 
Mary  J.   Bricombe. 
John  E.   Horsburgh. 
Fierstine  Printing  House. 
Chester  A.    Griffith. 
William   H.    Kershaw. 
Mrs.   Frances   M.   Griffiths. 

PHILIP    STREET 


(Combined    With    Hick    St.    and    Re-named 
West    Ave.) 

PINE     STREET 

68   LaFayette  to   Erie   Canal— 3d   Ward. 

Utica  Carting  Co.   Sheds. 

Majestic   Theater    Storehouse. 

Ford   Auto   Garage. 
2  Joseph  S.  Patrick. 
4  O'Hanlon  &  Sons. 
6  Ira  Beals. 
8  Adam  H.   Grant. 

PITCHER     STREET 

Ehlers  Ave.  to   Dwyer  Ave. — 8th   Ward. 
1-5  Vacant  lots. 
*         7  Joseph  Chambron. 
9-13  Vacant  lots. 


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PITCHER  STREET— Continued 

10  Eaffaele  Rizzo. 
Bartram   St.   Crosses. 

15  Frank  Burmelster. 
17  John  McEvoy. 
17  George  W.  Covell. 
19  Bernard   V.   Thomas. 
19  Antoi  Gambrina. 
21  Frank  Desantis. 
21  Frank  Arcuri. 
21  Tony  Janqule.  " 

PIXIEY    STREET 

Ehlers  Ave.  to   Dwyer  Ave. — 8th   Ward. 

2  Vacant  Lots. 

6  Frank    Cordone. 

6  James  Maddocks. 
Vacant  Lots.' 

Bartram   Ave.    Crosses. 
Vacant   Lots. 
10  John    Rinker. 

10  Joseph  Quinell. 
Vacant  Lot. 

PLANT    STREET 

Oneida    Sq.    to    Sunset    Ave. — 11th    Ward. 
2-4-6  Plymouth    Congregational    Ch. 

3  John  P.   Campbell. 
5  Vacant. 

8  Dr.   Conway  A.   Frost. 

7  Fred  S.   Munger. 

11  George   DeForest. 

12  Milton   D.   Coe. 

12  Dr.  Edwin  Van  D.  Gazzam. 

12  Mary  H.  Wolcott. 

12  George  W.  Williamson. 

12  George  H.  Warren. 

12  Mrs.  Katherine  Arnold. 

12  Mrs.   Margaret  Hurd. 

13  Dr.  Fayette  H.   Peck. 

15  Francis   K.   Kernan. 

16  C.   Barton   Wynkoop. 

17  Rev.  William  H.  Morgan. 

19  Anne  L.  Lynch. 

20  Beirne   Gordon,    Jr. 

21  Arthur   Comstock. 
Hart   St.   Crosses. 

24  Central  Auto  Sales  Co. 

25  John  G.  Gibson. 

27  Owen   Williams. 

28  Jacob  H.   Kline. 

29  J.  William  Seaton. 

30  Walter  J.  Morris. 

33  Samuel  A.  Beardsley,  Jr. 
35  Michael  N.  Fuhrmann. 

35  Rev.  Herman  A.  Sperling. 

36  Mrs.  Mary  E.  Kelly. 
40  Catherine  Mantell. 

40  Everett  L.  Moore. 

41  Montgomery  H.   Johnson.  , 

42  Joshua  F.   Turner. 


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42  Mrs.   Sarah  J.   Turner. 

43  J.   Harry  Atkinson. 

46  Fred  V.   Wratten. 

47  Rev.   Edwin  F.  Keever. 

48  George  T.  Wallis. 
48  William  F.    Moss. 

52  Mrs.  Mary  H.  Hoerlein. 

53  Patrick  E.  Kelly. 

55  Edward  Wellar. 

56  Mrs.  Belle  Eaton. 
56  William  Reichert. 
58  Harvey  Bender. 

58  George   W.    Warren.  ' 

59  Henry  P.  Hoefler. 

59  Mrs.   Mary  E.   Pugh. 

60  Orville  W.   Field. 
60  William  B.  Thompson. 
$2  Clarence   W.    Guth. 
63  Alice  J.  Bryan. 

63  Fannie    L.    Field. 

64  Mary   E.    Donohue. 

64  William  P.   Gerling. 

65  George  D.   Frank. 

66  G.  Adam  Sauer. 
Francis  St.  Crosses. 

67  George  V.    DeGroff. 
68-70  William  J.  Goggin. 

71  George  W.  Munnich. 

72  George  Blodgett. 
72  Vacant. 

72  Alexander  Moskzr. 
72  Charles    Brown. 

74  Daniel  M.    Schram. 

75  Harry   L.    Seelye. 
75  Charles   G.    Neejer. 
78  Mrs.  Alice   E.   Redmond. 

78  Mrs.  "William  H.  Kavanaugh. 

79  Benona  Richardson. 

80  Thomas   C.   Bevan. 
84  Felix   J.    Carlon. 

84  Thomas  H.   Johnson. 

85  Patrick  J.  McKally. 

85  James  E.  Condon. 

86  Richard   Bowden. 

89  John  J.  Yeckel. 

90  Amelia  Michel. 
90  Harold  A.  Goodenow. 
90%   James   Dickson. 

92  Vacant. 

93  Joseph  Von  Esch. 

94  Edward  W.  Heidenrlch. 
•    95  John   J.    Berg.  ^ 

95  Joseph  R.    Cox.  ™ 

96  George  F.  Smith. 
100  Karl  Miller. 

Lincoln   Ave.  Crosses. 

104-106  Joseph  Kopp. 

PIATT    STREET 

N.  Y.   C.   R.   R.  to  124  Canal— 2d  Ward. 

1  Joseph    Weyrzsn. 

1  Mike  Kostyra. 

2  Frank  Pfeifer. 

3  Nicholas  Spring. 

4  John   Dorr. 

4  Richard  W.   Pritchard. 
7  Albert  Fairbrother. 

Vacant  lots. 

PLEASANT     STREET 

694   Genesee   St.   to   Tllden    Ave.,    East  City 
Line— 7th,  11th,  12th,  13th,  14th  and  15th 
Wards. 
Genesee   St.   Crosses. 

Utica  Orphan  Asylum. 
Vacant   lots.  • 

Holland  Ave,  Crosses. 
Vacant  lots. 

5  Stephen  G.  Eldred. 


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PLEASANT  STREET— Continued 

7  James   C.    Eldred. 
Thomas  St.   Ends. 
West  Shore   RR.  Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 

Vacant. 
Oneida  St.   Crosses. 

Vacant. 

\acant  lots. 

Joseph   Lewis. 
Kemble  St.   Ends. 

89  Albert    A.    Spaulding. 
89  Samuel  J.  Dunn. 

George    Stuber. 
Elm    St.    Ends. 

95  Mather  J.  Cook. 
95%  William  Russell. 
Steuben    St.    Ends. 

Vacant  lots. 
97  Samuel  R.  Lewis. 
101  Henry  G.  Hatfield. 
West   St.    Ends. 

Vacant  lots. 
Miller  St.   Ends. 

Vacant  lots. 
Howard    Ave.    Ends. 

New  House. 

Vacant  lots. 
Neilson  St.   Ends. 

Vacant  lots. 
Seymour  Ave.  Ends. 

Vacant  lots. 
Dudley  Ave.  Ends. 

Vacant  lots. 

David  T.  Williams. 
Brlnckerhoff  Ave.   Ends. 

Vacant  lots. 
Taylor  Ave.  Ends. 

Vacant  lotsr 
Conkllng   Ave.    Ends. 

Vacant  House. 

Vacant  House.' 
i  Vacant. 

Vacant  lots. 
St.  Vincent  St.  Ends. 

Vacant  lots. 
Old  Third  St.  Crosses. 

Amos  Golden. 

Vacant  lots. 

Peter  Parker. 
Mohawk  St.   Ends. 

Robert  Roberts. 

Reservoir. 

John  Adrean. 

Vacant  lots. 
Kossuth   Ave.    Ends. 

New  Reservoir. 

Vacant  lots. 

Harry    Roberts. 

Harvey  J.   Reese. 

Vacant  lots. 
Webster  Ave.  Ends. 

Vacant  lots. 
■_         Vacant. 
Jefferson  Ave.  Ends. 

Vacant  lots.  , 

Joseph  Bogner. 

Martin  Deck. 

William  E.  Jone's,  Jr.  . 

THden  Ave.  grosses. 

Henrv  E.  Aldrtch. 

PLEASANT  STREET  (West) 

694  Genesee  to  Junction  of  York  and  burrs- 
tone   Road— 11th   and   teth  Wards. 
House  of  Good   Shepard. 
•  Vacant   Tots. 
Sunset  Ave.  Crosses. 


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Faxton    Hospital. 

Athletic   Field. 
Bennett   St.    Begins. 

302  James  W    Watts. 

Vacant  Lots. 
Hager    St.    Ends. 

Vacant    Lots. 
Lincoln    Ave.    Ends. 

Bath     house. 

Vacant    Lots. 
Road    Begins. 

D.,    L.    &   W.    R.    R.    Crosses 
N.   Y.   O.   &   W.    R.    R.   Crosses. 

Mott   Wheel    Works. 

Vacant    Lots. 
York   St.    Ends. 

POST     STREET 

41  Charlotte  to  12  Burnet — 4th  Ward. 
5-9  John  F.'  Hughes  Construction  Co. 
4-8  Rear  of  Paul  Building. 
15  Utica   Lawn   Trimmer   Co. 
17  William    Scott. 
17  Eva    Jackson. 
17  Annie   Terrell. 
17  Julius    Green. 
17  Mrs.   Margaret  Saunders. 
17  Isaac    Farrell. 
19-21  H.   A.  House  Auto  Co. 
22-26  Central  Fire  Station. 

POTTER    AVENUE 

Potter    St.    to    Breeze— 2d    Ward. 
1  Frederick  Wildhack. 
1  Diedrich  Wildhack. 
5  William    Millukiewicz. 
5  Joseph  Marazyz. 
5  Peter  Delis. 
5  John  Memczyk. 
9  Thmosa    Wlodarczyk. 
9  Joseph   Benjone. 

10  Mohawk  Valley  Coal  Co. 

11  Joseph  Baranowski. 
11  Frank   Sajdzikowski. 
11  Tony    Bolanowski. 

11  Walenty  Wodarski.  / 

11%    Michael    Kulisa. 
•       11%  Stanlslaw  Kochanowski. 
11%  John    Topoczltsky. 
11%    Peter   Grabowsbl. 
13  Pollslov  Tucsidovskl. 
13  Frank  Adamiec. 
13  Teofil   Synakowski. 
13  Edward  Llnke. 
13  Aadeusz  Matuszewskl. 
13  Joseph   Knajplk. 
17  Hayes  &   Ormsbee. 
Cedar  St.    Begins. 

25  Michael   De   Laurie. 
25  Baldo  Nofora. 
25  Adam  Zalewskl. 


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FROM  HEAD  TO  FOOT 

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POTTER  AVENUE— Continued 

25  Dominick  Pistolesi. 
29  Frank  Pistolesi. 
29  Joseph  Golewski. 
31  Saverio  Olita. 
31  Frank  Mikowski. 
33  Paris  Spoziani. 
35  James  Alsante. 
37  Joseph  Peterpaul. 

37  Michael    Czerwiwski. 

38  Tony  Wilehek. 

38  Samuel   K.    Bowers. 

39  James  Stewart. 

39  Alfred   Peterpaul. 

40  Joe  Wilcek. 

40  James  J.  Moss. 

41  Joseph  Wulenski. 

42  Polish. 

42  "Wojciech  Ziajka. 

42  Tom  Wojtanowski. 

43  Charles   Welch. 

44  Mrs.    Catherine    Barthelmes. 

45  Vacan*   lot. 

46  John  Swider. 

46  Stanislaw  Ochab. 

47  Barney  Sabis. 

47  Joseph  Rosiecki. 
4S  John  Jajo. 

48  Tony   Kroncewicz. 

49  Henry  Fisher. 

49  William  H.   Backus. 

52  Elizabeth  Stiegler. 

53  John   Monewski. 
53  Stanley  Baron. 

53  Albert  Waytonoski. 

53  Michael   Swietonowski. 

54  John    Kaczor. 

54  Kaznrnerz    Miazoa. 

55  Stanley  Peszek. 
55  Alex    Karkowski. 

55  Kazimierz    Czei  wiec 

55  Joseph  Aides. 

56  Ludwig   Lasota. 

56  George  Beneus. 

57  Baron  Sabis. 

58  Antoni    Wagrouski. 

58  Antoni  Dworak.  • 

60  Joseph    Zola. 
60  Peter    Wrobel. 
60  Paul    Kwazik. 

POTTER     STREET 

Water    to    Whltesboro — 2d     Ward. 

Library   and   School   on   right   side. 
1  Herman    Ladue. 
1  Guiseppe   Dinigro. 
1  James.  H.    Thomas.  • 

1  James   Peck. 
1  Marcin    Siuta. 


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1  Frank    Coral. 

2  Henry    F.    Way. 

2  Steve  Maksemicz. 
4  Thomste  Gwizdz. 

4  John  Kowalski. 

4  Charles  D.  Percival. 
6  Teodor  Wodarski. 

6  Alex   Grymczewski. 

PROCTOR    AVENUE 

Culver  Ave.  to  Ludlow — 13th  Ward. 
"Vacant  lots. 
Barns. 

Vacant  Lots. 
Ludlow  Ave.  Crosses. 
Barns. 
Vacant  lots. 
Homer  J.   Turner. 
Mrs.   Margaret  Hess. 

PROSPECT    STREET 

(Also  known  as  Highland  Ave.) 
756    Genesee    to    Oneida    at    Cemetery — 7th 
Ward. 
This    street    is    only    partially   numbered 
and  very  confusing. 

1  Dr.   John  McPhee. 

3  John   F.    Cullen. 

5  Thomas  E.  Joyce. 

7  Edmund  W.  Stradling. 
13  School  House. 

Butterfield  Ave.   Crosses. 
2-38  Vacant  lots. 

19  Peter  Hannon. 

20  Mrs.    Mary   Bowden. 
23  Ellsworth    E.    Reese. 

40  Dr.  Harland  F.  Guillanmo. 
40  Charles  A.   Byington. 

44  Albert  J.   Seaton. 
15-43  Vacant  lots. 

45  Patrick  McConnen. 
-46  Teresa    McConnon. 

47  Edward  C.   Shultus. 

49  Frank  F.  Lane. 

50  Thomas  B.  Keating.  / 
54  Allen  T.   Decker. 

54  Mrs.   Annie   E.   Mouckton. 

55  Eleanor  T    McLoughlin. 
57  Joseph  H.   Robbins. 

59  Charles  F.  Pratt. 

56  Richard  A.  Canfield. 

60  A   Sharpe  Hunter,  Jr. 
62  John   Hanagan. 

65  Charles  Francisco. 
69  William  F.   Dowling,  Jr. 
Holland   Ave.    Crosses. 

69-73  Vacant   lots.  v 

75  Rufus   W.    Dodge. 
77  Rufus  W.  Dodge  Granite  Works. 
Salvator  Troy  Marble  Works,   cor. 
Prospect  and  Oneida  Sts. 
Oneida   St.  Crosses. 

Forest  Hill  Cemetery. 

RAILROAD    STREET 

Butterfield    to    Holland    Ave.— 7th    Ward.  ■ 
Vacant  lots. 

REAGAN     PLACE 

Changed  to   Elmwood  Place. 
185    Elm    to    Steuben    St— 7th    Ward. 

ROBERTS     LANE 

94   Whltesboro— 2d   Ward. 

2  Anna  Kowalsky.  •   ■  • 

3  Harris  Berkowitz. 

4  Frank  Laskoski. 

4  Stefan    Rozpan. 

5  Hiram  Greenbaum. 

6  Frank   Selick. 
6  Nathan   Stein. 


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ROBERTS    STREET 

State   to   Sunset   Ave. — 3d    and    9th    Ward*. 
Vacant  lots. 
9  Fred  D.   Devine   Co.,   Inc.    (The) 
11  Tony    Bozam. 
15  Nicholas   J.    Murray. 
15  George   Foy. 

17  Oneida    Brewery    Bottling    Works. 
Lincoln   Ave.   Crosses. 

34  Albert    Kliss. 

35  George   Lyons. 
35  Henry    Yates. 
37  Sarah    Snell. 

37  Charles   Canfleld. 

Evans    &    Edwards    Coal    Sheds. 
Fay    St.   Crosses. 

Cromie  &   McMullin. 
56  John   G.   Maher. 
56%  Louis  F.   Bookberger. 
56%   Catharine  McAvoy. 
58  Henry  Conrad. 
61  Robert   Crome. 
61  George  J.    Schmidt. 
66  B.   Chester  Litts. 

66  William    Shanley. 

67  William    M.    Blanch. 
67  John   Weilei\ 

70  Christina  Goller. 

70  Albert   Hensel. 

71  Paul   W.   Riley. 

71  Alexander    McMullin. 

74  Arthur    H.    Scholick. 

75  John  W.   Alexander. 

75  George    C.    Alexander. 

76  John    Roedel. 

79  Joseph   Scheiderich. 

79  Norbert    J.    Scheiderich. 

81  Rosa   Graham. 

82  George   H.    Dehm. 

82  Bertha  Hervey. 

83  Mrs.     Lucy  -Kammer. 

85  Charles    W.    Cross. 

86  Edward   H.    Smith. 

86  Dennis    E.'  McConnell. 

87  Fred  S.   Hogle. 
87  George   Novek. 

90  Dennis    Jankiewicz. 

90  Louis  Stemmer. 

91  Louis    Meyer. 

91  J.    Peter   Meyer. 

93  Anthony    S.    Nicknish. 

93  Catharine  Nicknish. 

93  Dora  Smith. 

94  James    McAffrey. 

95  Charles    W.     Smith. 

97  James   Marsden. 

98  Theodore  J.   Weber. 

99  William   J.   Keiser. 

100  Albert   Heller. 

101  Vacant.  , 

102  Mary  L.   Barnes 

103  Samuel    J.    Trask. 

104  Frank   X.   Weiss. 

104  Clifford   E.   Bates. 

105  James  C.   Donaldson. 

105  Mary  Kelly.  « 

106  Wendoline  J.   Bach 

108  St.     Matthew's     German     Lutheran 
Church. 

107  Joseph  H.   Remmer. 

ROME    STREET 

(Changed    to    Carton    Ave.) 

ROOT     STREET 

Catharine   to    Erie   Canal — 1st   Ward. 
William    D.   Williams. 
3  R.  &  S.  Supp'y  Co. 
Rear  of  Genesee  St.  Stores. 


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South    to    Belle    Ave. — 13th    Ward.    . 
Vacant  lots. 

RTJDOTLPE     PLACE 

239    South    to    Humbert— 13th    Ward. 

1  Mrs.    Eliza   Stevens. 

2  Henry  W.  Hoeschele. 

3  William   J.    Butler. 

4  Albert  J.    Bohling. 

4  Irwin   Pelet. 

5  Dennis    Brassel. 

6  John  La  Fleur,   Jr. 

7  Maurice  Peckham. 
S  Robert  C.  Evans. 
S  Mrs.    Catharine    Moore. 

Vacant   lot. 
9  Harry  Walker. 

10  William   E    Cul'.en. 
Charles    Bennett. 

RUTGER    PARK 

(See    Rutger   St.) 

RUTGER    STREET 

at  West  St.  and  Steuben  Park, 
to  Masonic  Home  Grounds — 4th, 
8th,  10th  and  13th  Wards. 
Several  years  ago  Rutger  Street  was  re- 
numbered, causing  much  confusion.  About 
four  years  ago  the  numbers  were  estab- 
lished on  the  north,  between  Steuben  Park 
and  First  Street,  by  special  resolution  of 
the  Common  Council.  Owing  to  the  fact 
that  no  streets  cross  Rutger  between  the 
Park  and  Third  Avenue,  and  in  order  to 
give  the  numbers,  as  well  as  the  locations,' 
as  accurately  as  possible  on  this  portion 
of  the  street,  we  give  herewith  the  left 
side  and  right  side  separately  from  the 
beginning  of  the  street  to  Morris  Street. 
From  that  point  the  two  sides  are  given 
together,  following  the  same  plans  as  with 
the  other  streets. 
Left  Side— 

1  Mrs.   Elizabeth  Lawrence. 

1  Dr.   William   Moffatt. 

5  William   H.    Colgate. 

7  George    Snowdon. 

9  Thomas  E.   Scott. 

11  Isabelle  S.   DeVlne. 

13  John  T.   McDermott.  .. 

15  John  R.   Baxter. 
17  Charles  H.   Yates. 
19  Mrs.   John   S.   Davies. 

21  John  H.  Sheehan. 

22  Frederick  M.   Calder.  < 
Corner    house    faces    John    Street. 

John    St.    Ends. 

23  Mrs.   Edward  Martin. 

24  Vacant. 

25  Medina  P.   Bush. 


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RTTTGER    STREET— Continued 

-    27  George  J.  Young. 

31  J.  Howard  Hobbs. 

35  Josiah   Perry. 

37  Catharine   Hall. 

39  William  H.   Estes. 

41  Charles  C.   Luce. 
First    St.    Ends. 

43  Campbell   E.   Hodges. 

45  Catharine    Baker. 

47  Charles   H.   Johnson. 

49  William   Henry   Spice. 

49  P.   M.   Kendrick. 

51  Ford    S.    Anderson. 

51  Edward   J.    Maher. 

53  Edward  D.  Ibbotson. 

55  Mrs.  P.  F.  Bulger.     ' 

69  James   Leahy. 

71  Michael  T.   Bannigan. 

73  Irene  K.  Xorris. 
Second   St.   Ends. 

75  Hon.    Watson    T.    Dunmore. 

75%    John   Rush. 

77  Anthony  V.   Lynch. 

79  Mrs.   Mary   B.    Johnson. 

79  J.  G.  Gilson. 

81  Vacant. 

83  William  S.  Watkins. 

S3  Susannah    Williams. 

85  "Vacant  lot.  . 

87  J.   Benjamin  Brady. 

89  Catharine    Dwyer. 

89  Katherine   Murray. 

89  Henry  M.  Park. 

89  Catharine    Leahy. 

89  George  Daly. 

91  Mrs.  Margaret  T.  McGarvey. 

93  William  F.   Welch. 

95  John  T.  Quinn. 
Third    Ave.    Crosses. 
Morris    St.    Crosses. 

Corner  house  faces  Morris. 
Right   Side- 
West   St.    Begins. 

2  Edward   Hurlburt. 
4  Mrs.  Ida  M.  Allen. 
6  Charles  A.   Miller. 
Miller    St.    Begins. 

8  Fred  W.   Kincaid. 

8  Amelia   Griffith. 

10  John   A.    Cantwell. 

12  Francis  G.  Wood. 
Howard   Ave.    Begins. 
Rutger  Park. 

1  Mrs.  Sarah  Green.  * 

2  Charles   A.    Butler. 

3  Harriet  J.  Kernan. 


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4  Henry  A.   Fitch. 

5  Walter  J.   Green. 
32  John   M.    Quinn. 

"    34  Charles  R.  Hobart. 
Seymour   Ave.    Begins. 
36  John  A.  Kernan. 
40  Orlando   T.    Golden. 
42  A.   M.   Wood. 
Dudley   Ave.    Begins. 
44  "Vacant. 

46  Mrs.  Hester  E.  Palmer. 
46  Elizabeth  E.    Gilmore. 
48  Mrs*  Margaret   J.    Oster. 
50  William    E.    Lewis. 
Brlnckerhoff  Ave.    Begins. 
52  Edward  Lee. 
56  Hon.  Milton  H.   Merwin. 
58  Francis  T.   Giblin. 
60  Thomas  F.   Hobbes. 
Taylor    Ave.    Begins. 

St.    Vincent's   Industrial   School. 
Third    Ave.    Crosses. 
Gulf   Crosses. 

94  Mrs.  Annie  C.   Mitchell. 
94  Frank  Faley. 
Morris    St.    Crosses. 

From  this  point  the  two  sides  of  the 
street  are  given  in  conjunction,  following 
same  plan  as  with  other  streets.  Even 
numbers  are  right  side  and  odd  numbers 
left  side. 

98  Edward  A.  Frey. 
98%  Michael  J.  Dwyer. 
100  James  E.  Price. 
100%    Mrs..  A.    L.    Barnes. 
102  George   H.    Sampson. 
102%  William   J.   Marsh. 
104  Benjamin    Steber. 
106  Enos  M.  Card. 

106  Christian   J.  .Scheibley. 
108  William   S.   Gardiner. 

108  William   E.    Latimer. 
Mohawk   St.    Crosses. 

114  William   F.    Lafferty. 

114  Mrs.    Hary    Matthews. 
116  Mary   McGough. 

116  George   Ashbell   Allen. 
118  Clara    B.    Johnson. 

118  Mrs.   Edward   U.   Whiffen. 

120  Frederick    Hubbard. 

109  Mrs.    Catharine   Swart. 

107  Patrick  H.   McGuire. 
122  Dr.    Samuel   H.   Jones. 

122  William   E.   Paine.- 
Ill  Mrs.    Celena   Kempf. 

124  Katherine  Lally. 

125  Vacant  lot. 

113  Lester  H.    Litts. 

115  Charles    Mitchell. 
128  Vacant   lo*. 

117  William   A.   Wise. 

130  Susan  A.   Shue. 

119  Mrs.    Anna    Barden. 

121  Mrs.  Mary  A.  Myers. 
121  John   A.    Urschel. 

132  Spencer    C.     Wood.  x  - 

132  Joseph    Berger. 

123  Charles  M.  Myers. 
125  Henry  W.  Niermeyer. 
134  Richard  M.  Briesen. 
136  Edward  J.  Spellman. 
138  Mrs.   Mary  M.    Becker. 
127  Henry   Seifert. 

127  Ernest   Speck. 

129  Vacant   Lot.  ' 

142  Thomas  F.  Nugent. 

131  Charles    A.    Reamer. 
144  George   W.    Hackett. 


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144  George  H.   Winne. 
131  George  W,   Neider. 
133  Porter  A.    Dougherty. 
135  Henry   O'Brien. 

135  Mrs.   Angela    Mott. 
137  Stephen  McMahon. 
137  John   Jennings. 
139  Joseph    Lanz. 
139  Ellen  Kearns. 
.141  Charles  N.  Gaffney. 
143  John  F.   Donohue. 

146  Hon.  James  K.  O'Connor. 
148  Charles   W.    Clare. 

148  Jay  B.    Simmons. 

145  John  B.  Hagen. 

150  Seymour  Upson. 

145  Frederick  J.   Roemer. 
145  Morris    C.     DeLong. 

147  Anthony   New. 
147  Elton   Bliss. 
168-170  Vacant   lots. 

149  Arthur  G.  Miller. 
149  Thomas    Sunderland. 

George    Place    Begins. 

151  Margaret    Fisher. 

151  David   Wampfler. 

152  Mrs.  Mary  Cogley. 

152  Mrs.  Bridget   Tector. 

153  Mrs.  Margaret     Glazier. 

153  William    Stacks. 

154  Jay   W.    Morgan. 

154  William   M.   Heimhilger. 
153-157  Vacant   Lots. 
159  Louis   P.    Brenner. 

159  Mrs.  Mary  Sexton. 

156  James  H.  McLoughlin. 
White   Place   Begins. 

161  Charles    H.    Scholefield. 
158  Vacant   Lot. 

160  Josephine  Rosekranz. 

163  Fred  A.    Stuber. 

162  Thomas   McKennon. 

165  Vacant    Lot. 

167  Christopher  Herman. 

164  Clara   H.    fcspencer. 

166  Matthew  Casey. 

,  168  Edward    Dolphin. 

170  Harry  R.   Gosling. 
Belmont  Ave.  Crosses. 

172  Robert    F.    Payne. 

171  Edwin   J.    Payne. 
171  William  T.  Lewis. 
174-176  Payne's    Garage. 

176  Utica  Auto  Repair. 
Smith    Place    Begins. 

173  John  J.  Dinneen. 
173  John  J.  Bradley. 

175  Frederick    W.    Gerner. 

177  Anton  Lutz. 

178  George   A.    Stockberger. 

178  Day  K.   Poole. 

179  August  Lutz.       * 
'     179  Joseph  Pilchen. 

180  Vacant.  » 

181  Howard    T.    Thomas. 

182  Richard  Grainger. 

182  Charles    H.    Whittlesey. 

183  William  H.   McCann. 

183  Willis    Edlc. 

184  Frederick  E.  Holmes. 

184  John   T.    Bradley.  | 

185  Henry  Wilkinson. 
185  William  L.  Gallic 
185  Harriet    A.    Carr. 


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1S6  Mrs.    Julia    J.    Reardon. 

186  John    Farr. 

187  Vacant   Lot.  • 

188  Mrs.1    Carrie    Stacks. 

188  Frank    Kriemeyer. 

189  Edwin  L.    "Wilkinson. 

189  Albert    Dunbar. 
191  Fred    J.    Knight. 

Kossuth   Ave.   Crosses. 

190  Rutger   Terrace. 

1  Walter  S.  Crocker. 

2  Mathew  Meany. 

2  Patrick  J.   Meany. 

3  Mrs.  Anna  O'Toole. 

4  John  P.   Hines. 
Albany  St.   Crosses. 

197  Louis    Stevaroglia. 
197  Mrs.   Clara  Reese. 
199  John    Corbett. 
199  James    H.     Corbett. 
201  George    S.    Margrett. 
201  John    Roach. 
201  Thomas   Kelley. 
203  William    C.    Stewart.- 
203  Rosina    E.    Tyler. 
205  Joseph  A.    Mclncrow. 
205  William    Hazlett. 
240  G.   Zitzner  &   Co. 
240  Charles   Mann.      - 
240  Charles   Tyler. 
209  John    G.    Emdin. 
209  Mrs.  Cathar-ne  Doyle. 
242  Mrs.  Emmett  J.  Fish. 
211  Joseph    F.    McCann. 
211  Fred  S.   Campbell. 
213  William   H.    Wood. 
213  Irving    S.    Leon. 
215  Edward   E.    Main. 
215%  Rev.  J.  Alex.  Donald. 
219  Ezra  Guyott. 
219  William  A.   Clark. 
221  Felix    G.    Baptist. 
221  Angelo   F.    Baptist 
223-225  Vacant    Lots. 
227  Edward   M.    Quinn. 
227  Angus  R.  Williams. 
229  Charles    J.    Gore. 
229  W.    Stewart   Anderson. 
Nichol  St.  Crosses. 
233  F.  Leo  Deck. 
233  Fred  H.  Evans. 
270  Thomas  F.  Cowley. 
270  Mrs.    Mary   A.    Taylor. 
235  Vacant    Lot. 
237  James  B.  Geer. 
237  Fred   M.   Robischon. 
272  Carl   F.    Loysen. 
272  Charles  L.  Peeples. 
239  Edwin  D.   Whe«ler. 


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RUTGER  STREET— Continued 

274  William    L.    Mcintosh. 

241  William   H.    Weston. 

278  Samuel   J.    Hardy. 

280-294  Vacant    Lots. 

282  Vacant. 

284  Vacant. 

245  Ralph   H.    Robinson. 

245  Harry    J.    O'Brien. 

249  Dr.    Bruce   J.    Crisman. 

249  William    D.    Crisman. 
Jefferson    Ave.    Crosses. 

251  Mrs.    Adaline    Balch. 

251  HeVman  P.  Klube. 

296  Dr.    Smith   Baker. 

302  J.    Homer  Fiscus. 

304  Chauncey  B.   Wier. 

306-310  Vacant   lots. 

257  Mrs.     Ruth    Davies. 

257  William  C.   Hall. 

312  Aaron   N.    Dougherty. 

259  Maurice   E.    Cooper. 

261  James  Lynn. 

263  William   Emmerson. 

320  Arthur  Austin. 

320  John  R.  Jones. 

320  Chester  D.   Ladd. 

324  Charles  G.  Hitchcock. 
Bacon    St.    Crosses. 
West   Shore    RR.    Crosses. 

400  Arthur  C.  Storm. 

401  Myron  L.   Stetson. 

401  Richard  P.  Griffin. 

402  Clarence  A.  Weir. 
412  Frank  E.   Steele. 
412  Oliver  M.  Wilson. 
414  Adah    Swift. 

•  Vacant  lots. 
Tilden    Ave.    Crosses. 
445  David    Doolen. 
Vacant  lots. 
Ontario   St.    Crosses. 

575  Edward  Barlow. 
Vacant  lots. 
Culver  Ave.   Cresses. 
581  John   E.   Price. 

SAUNA    STREET 

(Formerly   Griffiths    Place). 
51    Water   to   74   Whitesboro — 2d    Ward. 

1  Peter  Oblang. 

4  Boleslaw  Czochanski. 

2  Steve  Smykla. 

3  Arman  Perr. 
3  Vacant. 

5  Adam   Arkangelo. 

5  Jacob  C.   Levlnson. 


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6  Abraham  Berkowitz. 

6  Joseph  Jakajtys. 

7  Wojcoech  Zombek. 

7  Pasqualle  Desmone. 

8  Samuel   Berkowitz. 

8  Jacob  Berkowitz. 

9  John'  Gal. 

10  Harry   D.   Berkowitz. 

10  Thomas   Maitwijoiw. 

11  Samuel  Jacobs. 
11  Max   Jacobson. 
11  Harry  Weinstein. 
11  Samuel  Wineburg. 
11-Julius  Kaufman. 

11  Charles   Rabinovitz. 

12  Harry   D.   Berkowitz. 
12  Abraham  Levine. 

14  Wolf   Goldstone. 
14  John   Troszkiewicz. 

14  Charles   Mitul. 

16  Julius    Liberman. 

16  Barney  Sandler. 

16  Kozimierz    Lyszczarz. 

18  Louis    Goldman. 

15  Samuel   Ruoin. 
20  Jacob   Boff.      v 
20  Julius  Finer. 
20%  Samuel    Snyder. 
20%  Nathan    Czaratsky. 

20%    Sam   Alder. 

20%  Morris   Frasier. 
22  Morris  Cohen. 

22  Max   Wineburg. 

SARATOGA    STREET 

Erie  to  122  Court — 6th  and  9th  Ward*. 

1  Ellsworth  Wilkinson. 

2  Lorenzo    Percacciante. 

3  Peter  Werthmann. 

4  Vacant. 

4  Michael    Charles. 

5  William  Kahler. 
fi  Anna    Gorny. 

6  Martin   Pietrzak. 

7  Albert     Church. 

9  James   P.   Donohue. 
9  Sarah    Conley. 

10  George    Bowen. 

11  Patrick  Gibbons. 

12  James  Reajhn. 

12  Vacant. 

13  Edward  McClennan. 

13  Paula   Damante. 

14  Rose   Smith. 

14  Tnny     Lepolcl. 
Whitesboro    St.    Crosses. 
Columbia    St.    Crosses. 

15  Joseph  Devereux. 

19  George    Schulze. 

20  John  R.  Jones. 

21  Robert    C.    Fehrmann. 

22  Jennie    E.    Slouck. 

.      23  Mrs.  Catharine  D.  Kelly. 
24  William    Miller. 

24  Frederick  Michel. 

25  Emily   K.   Thomas. 

26  William  G.  Pittock. 

26  Ferdinand   Voll. 

27  Matthew  J.  Appier. 
2S  Jennie    Fletcher. 

29  Fred    J.    Thompson. 

30  Gabriel  Feger. 
31,  John   Wenzel. 

31  George   H.    Bowmaker. 

32  James   Carroll. 

32  Caroline   George. 

33  Michael    Dressel. 

34  Charles   H.   Cljne. 


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34  James  Norton. 
S5  John   Sacher. 

35  Anna  L.   Brown. 

35  Frank   J.    Hoffman. 

36  William   J.    Braim. 

36  Albert   R.    Aylesworth. 

37  Mrs.   Caroline   Probst. 

37  Arthur  Wheeler. 

38  Edward    A.    Bookman. 

39  Albert   J.    Voll. 

39  Anna   Jones. 

40  John   Henry   Christopher. 
40%  Andrew    Christiansen. 
40%  John  D.   Vossler. 

41  Mrs.    Louisa   Kneller. 

42  Elizabeth    Wengert. 

42  Julius  M.  Nelbach. 
42%  Ferdinand   Muthig. 
42%   Elizabeth   Tiplady. 

43  Nelson  Blatt. 
43  Peter   Keim. 

43  Mrs.    N.    Keim. 

44  Smith   W.   Robinson. 

44  John    E.    Pickup 

45  Vacant. 

45  John   N.    Berg. 

46  Charles    C.    Williams. 

46  Catharine    Donohue. 

47  Mrs.    Charlotte   Titelius. 

47  Adam    Maus. 

48  Jay  Sanders. 

49  Henry    Burnett. 
*    49  Harry  Franklin. 

60  William    L.    Conrad. 
51  Mrs.    Louisa    Burger. 

51  Willet  A.    Bennett. 

52  Joseph  P.   Morath. 

53  Mrs.    Christine    Goering. 

53  Ernest    Fredericks. 

54  Katherine   Cline. 

55  Mrs.  Mary  Agen. 
55  George    Knauer. 

I    56  William  H.   Tillotson. 
67  Barn. 
58  Vacant. 
58  Frank  Bremiller. 
58  Harry    Holdsworth. 

SCHUYLER     STREET 

Mohawk    River    to    Wheeler    Ave. — 2d,    6th 
and    9th     Wards. 
Utica  Brick  Works   Office. 
C.    A.    Durr   Packing   Co. 
N.  Y.   C.   Railroad   Crosses. 
1  Joseph    Schreck. 

1  Otto  H.   Yost. 

2  Oswald    Geiger   &    Son. 

2  Fred  Noverraz. 

3  Rose   Stiefvater. 

3  Oeorge  J.  Stiefvater. 
Haak    Ave.    Begins. 

Frank  Semlallla. 

4  Martin  Rutkowski. 
John  Bannlock. 
Frank   Gros. 

Oak  Place  Begins. 

5  Anna    Klumbach. 

6  John   W.    Coughlin.  • 
6  Vacant. 

6  Ernest    Brucker. 

7  Charles    Daprix. 
,            7  Vacant. 

9  Andrew  Kinsinger. 
9  William   Austin. 
10-12  Edward    Spring    &    Son. 
Hope    St.    Begins. 


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11  William    Ballardein. 
11  Sylvester  Geibeau. 
11  James  Angerome. 
13  William  Flo. 

13  Michael   Fiaschettl. 
Lock   St.   Ends. 

14  Mrs.    Marie   Klumbach. 
14  George   H.    Lutz. 
16-18  Sheds. 

19  Edwin  Brockett. 

19  George   Dellinger. 

20  Fred    D     Boon. 

20  Vacant. 

21  Fred  Hansmann. 

21  Lena   Nabach. 

22  John  Barr. 

22  Michael   Boreck. 

23  Augusta  Knaus. 

23  Oscar   Hahn. 

24  Joseph    Servatius. 
28  Anna  Bowman. 

30  Vacant  lot. 
Canal    St.   Crosses. 
Erie   Canal   Crosses. 
D.,   L.  &  W.   Crosses. 

25-31  Vacant   lots. 

32  Harrison  Gilmore  &  Son. 
Erie   St.    Begins. 

33  Mrs.   Anna   E.   Hess. 

33  John   J.    Hess. 

34  William    Maine. 

36  Samuel    Pinkstone. 

38  Max    Briethaupt. 

40  Margaret   Brixius. 

40  Eliza  Geiersbach. 

40  Jacob   Wildhack. 

42  Henry  Hundriser. 
Whltesboro    St.    Crosses. 
Carney  Brothers. 
Columbia   St.   Crosses. 

Utica    Knitting    Co.    No.    2. 

50  Jesse  Davis. 

60  William    Shay. 
-  50  John  Vath. 

64  Frank  Jenicki. 

66  Anthony  Hopsicker. 

68  Mrs.    Minnie    G.    Moller. 

60  Vacant   lot. 

62  Mrs.    Johanna   Perrin. 

62  Michael   Guggeis. 

62  Ignatz    Guggeis. 

64  Alfred  Fehrenbach. 

66  Mrs.    Euredica    Grover. 

66  Frank   F.    Smith. 
*  68  Mrs.    Lillian    Jones. 

70  Mrs.  Rose  Milaski. 

72  Jacob  Nesius. 

72  David   Thaw. 

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76  Barn. 

78  Mrs.    Mary   Schreck. 

78  James   Jackson. 

80  Mary  Cameron. 

82  Anthony  Gohringer. 

82  James  Desmond. 

84  Joseph   Racier. 

84%   Andrew  Smoczynski. 

86  Peter    Czuchran. 

86  George  H.  Huggler. 

88  Karl   Heidelberger. 

90  Mrs.  Charlotte  Andes. 

91  Floyd  Adsitt. 

92  Michael   Beil. 

93  James   Burns. 

93  William    Bitticker. 

94  Vacant. 

95  William  Jones. 
95  William    Hyde. 

Court    St.    Crosses. 

100  Otto  G.   Touse. 

101  Barn. 

102  Mrs.   Clara   Mould. 

103  George  Gabrjukiewlcz. 

103  George    Luther. 

104  William  R.  Fields. 
104  Libby   Joyce.     _ 
104  Edward  G.  Roberts. 

104  Frank   Carlson. 

105  James  H.'  Jackson. 

105  Jacob   Scheer. 

106  Patrick   McNierney. 

107  Burton  Houck. 

108  Vacant. 

108  Fred  Sierck. 

109  Mary  J.    Thayer. 

110  Leo  Siegwart. 

110  Michael   McSweeney. 

111  Algernon   J.    Linsley. 

112  Frederick    Miller. 

113  Bernard  McGinty. 

113  Henry  Ehresman. 

114  Mary  A.   Belsiegel. 
,  115  Maria   Shaw. 

116  Don   W.   Francisco. 

117  William  H.  Newcomb. 

118  William   H.    Froeligh. 

119  Gilbert  H.  Gleason. 

119  Nellie   Smith. 

120  Henry  Ruehle. 
120  Thomas   Sharpe. 

120  Claude  X    Salisbury. 

122  James  J.   Feeney. 
■»121  Philip  Shanley.- 

121  Martin  LaFave. 

123  Mary    Boff. 


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123%  Philip   Vogt. 

124  Nicholas   H.    Reeber. 

124  Jacob  J.  Ernst. 

125  Thomas  F.   Bryne. 

125  Adrian  M.   Mowers. 

126  Mrs.   George  J.  McAllister. 

126  Anthony   Rothdiener. 

127  Amos  E.   Johnson. 

128  Peter    LePoint. 

129  Joseph   Latimer. 

130  John  Hedderich. 

130  Julia    Collins. 

131  Henry   Ruf. 

132  Charles  W.   Gliffe. 

132  Charles    Phelps. 

133  John   C.    Pachl. 

133  Nathan    A.    Donavon. 

134  Charles  G.  Frank. 

135  Dennis  Harvey. 

135  Henry  Johnson. 

136  Charles    Reimer. 

137  William  Reese. 

137  Thomas  Richards. 

138  Henry  Koehnleih. 
140  Harry  P.   Bickel. 

Warren   St.   Crosses. 

140%  William  Guzitskl. 

140%    Stephen   Spair. 

142  Barn. 
Green  St.  Crosses. 

148  William    J.    Bellosa.  . 

148  William   J.    Bellosa. 

148  Catherine  Eckes. 

149  Vacant    lot. 

150  Mary    Wolf. 

150  Michael  J.  Hopkins. 

151  Frank   Wittig. 

151  Edward  Rhinebeck. 

152  Edward    A.    Bockmann. 

153  Joseph  W.   Slattery. 

153  Michael    O'Brien. 

154  Vacant. 

154  Michael  Smith. 
Wager  St.   Crosses. 

155%  Gabriel   Kreber. 
156  Alois  Pfisterer. 

156  John   Weimer. 

157  Julius   Muthig. 

157  Fred    Lambertus. 

158  Lawrence   Strobel. 

159  William  Eggle. 

159  Tarelius    Kreber. 

160  Herman   Kiel. 

160  Gustav  Soerensen. 

161  Charles  H.  Wehrie. 

162  Anna  Wendall. 
163-165  Vacant  lots. 
164  John  Drozewskl. 

Knox  St.   Crosses. 

167  Jacob   F.   Smith. 

167  Leonard  Kurikel. 

168  William  F.   Menge. 

168%  Frank   X.    Foxenberger. 

169  Frederick  E.  Koehler. 

169  Frank   E.   Near,   Jr. 

170  Jennie   Welngetz. 

170  Arthur   F.    FoxenBe'rger. 

171  Charles   G.    White. 

172  Charles    Devlne. 

172  Fred    Ballslzer. 

173  Anselm  P.    Kelsey. 

173  Martin  Leyden. 

174  Jacob    Siegrist. 

174  Fred   Ackerm&n. 
Cleveland   Ave.   Crosses. 

175  Harry  E.    Warne. 
175  Jacob  Keiser. 


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SCHUYLER  STREET— Continued 

176  George  Comstock. 
176  Walter  G.   Seller. 
178  John    Bowman. 
180  William  B.   Breslin. 
180  John   A.   Banks. 
182  John   Foraldo. 

182  Rudolf   Staubes. 

183  Robert   Thomas. 

184  John  Krolikouski. 

184  Albert  Ratojazak.  ' 

Walnut  St.   Crosses. 

188  Anthony    Szykulska. 

190  Julius  Zdanowycz. 
Hickory   St.   Crosses. 

SCOTT    STREET 

435  Genesee  to  Oneida — 7th  Ward. 

2  Charles  Y.   Fuller. 
6  Frances  M.  Milberry. 

8  Dr.    H.    A.   Harrison. 

9  Christian  Sautter. 

10  Barn. 

11  Josiah   S.   Parker. 

11  Edward  J.    Bowne.      - 

12  Frank  J.  Winslow. 

13  Fred  J.    Ludemann. 

14  Emma  Rose. 

14  Mrs.  Lansing  C.  Bailey. 

15  Harvey    C.    Norton. 
18  G.   Will  Payne. 

17  J.   Charles  Hale. 

18  John   H.    Jones. 

19  Eugene   Sherwin. 

19%  Herbert  F.  Huntingto.n 

20  William    H.    Merrirrian. 

21  Charles  W.  Connors. 

22  William  A.  Ainsworth. 

23  Charles   F.   Ehle. 

24  Walter  Doyle. 

25  Myron  H.   Counsell. 

26  Willis   O.    Reals. 
27-39  Old  Ladies'  Home. 
28  Hiram    Bice. 

30  Edward   D.   McNulty. 
30  Chester   W.    Gurley. 
32  Jeremiah  J.   Holland. 
32%  Joseph  D.  Morley. 
34  Arthur  E.   Snell. 
34%  Hugh  T.  Foulkes. 
36  William  R.  Lee. 
36%  William  Greer. 
38  Wilbur  B    Sprague. 

40  Frederick  E.  Manske. 

41  Everett  J.  Lewin. 

42  William   H.   Griffith. 

43  St.  Andrew's  Sunday  School. 

44  Monroe  E.   Storey. 

45  John  J.  Middaugh. 

46  James  Burke. 

46%  Sumner  B.  Coggeshall. 

48  Jay  D.  Freeman. 

48%  Mrs.  Alice  N.  Morgan. 

50  Alfred  J.   Bromley. 

50  Elizabeth  Hayes. 

52  G.   Albert   NUes. 

54  Delmer   M.   Woodard. 

SECOND     STREET 

N.   Y.   C.    RR.   to  61    Rutger— 1st,   5th   and 
10th   Wards. 
House.  '  ■ 

Vacant. 
New  ~York  Central  Crosses. 

Charles  Millar  &  Son  Co. 
Main  Street  Crosses. 

Lowrey  Brothers. 
Broad   St.   Crosses. 
Catharine  St.  Crosses. 


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Vacant. 

Erie  Canal. 
Park  Ave.   Crosses. 

City  Park. 
Jay  St.   Crosses. 

25  Tony   Laria. 

25  Maurizio    Putrili. 

27  Dan  Pellettieri. 

27  Salvatore    Martuggio. 

27  Eugene   Insogna. 

27  Joseph    Ferraro. 

27  Gadaldo  Peroni. 

27  Leonardo    Peroni. 

28  Rafaele  Pararato. 
28  Tony  Notaro. 

28  Joseph    Danale. 
30  Rose  Horth. 

30  Mabel   Hisgen. 

30  Mike   Alberico. 

29  Vincenzo    Marrone   &    Co. 

31  Antonio    Trino. 

32  Pietro  Paulo. 

32  Guiseppe  Falatico. 

33  LeLuce  Publishing  Co. 

34  Pasquale  Fortunate 
34  Joe    Monteroso. 

34  Joseph  Bragni. 

35  Vincenzo  Marrone. 

36  Vacant   lot. 
Bleecker    St.    Crosses. 

38  Castrese  J.  Marrone. 

39  Joseph  Chichelll. 

39  Giovanno    Durante.  . 

40  Salvatore   Donofrio. 

40  Felix  Gaetano. 

41  Thomaso  Adornio. 

41  Salvatore  Cassero. 

42  Castreol  Murrone. 

43  Mrs.    Catharine    Dwyer. 

44  Vacant  lot. 

45  Senatro   Colucci. 

46  Barn. 

45  Adamo  Marossi. 
45  Sam  Balzarro. 
45  Mariano  Tato. 
45  Remanldo  Spausa. 

47  Emldro  Spina. 

47  Joseph  N.   DeCriscl. 

48  Vacant   lot.' 

49  Antonio    Sistl. 
49  Pietro    Cavallo. 

60  Barn. 

61  William  B.  Smith.  - 
61%  Margaret  Maioney. 
62-56  Vacant  lots. 

53  Salvatore   Alberico. 
43  Frank  Cortes. 
Elizabeth   St.    Crosses. 

57  Edward  J.   McPhilllps. 

58  Frank.    Cosmial. 

59  Frank  UUssp. 


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MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHIERS  FOR  BOYS  AND  MEN 
FROM  HEAD  TO  FOOT 

Across  the  Street  from  Hotel  Utica. 


SECOND  STREET— Continued 

59  Florio    Vitullo. 

59  Lodeveco  Forest!. 
61  Edward  Bellucci. 
61  Ben    Rothblum. 

61  Nicholas    Santucci. 

60  Achele  Ciferni. 
60  Nice  Venera. 

62  Tony  Dama. 

62  James    Denarola. 
62%  Charles  W.  A.  Graves. 
Mary   St.    Crosses. 

64  Mrs.  A.  Amsden. 
66  John   W.    Roach. 

68  William   T.   Euin. 

69  Solomon    McKennan. 

69  Pierre  F.   Darrigrand. 

70  Vacant. 

71  Thomas    McKennan. 

72  Anthony   I.   Myers. 
72  Elizabeth    Richards. 
74  Thomas  H.    McEvoy. 

74  Bernard   Kavanaugh. 
Blandina  St.  Crosses. 

75  Charles  M.   Kennedy. 

75  Raymond'  V.    Pritchard. 

76  J.   H.    Robbins   &   Co. 

77  Dennis  F.   Nugent. 

78  John  F.   Corcoran. 

79  Barnhardt  H.   Stell. 

79  Lawrence   Fitzpatrick. 
76  F.   J.    Toomey. 
79%  Mrs.    Hanna   Mahony. 
80-82  Vacant  lots. 
81  Joseph  Kuolt. 
81  Oliver  R.   Les   Corbo. 
Lansing   St.   Crosses. 

84  James  P.  Maloy. 

85  Henry   Hillenbrand. 

86  William  P.  Ryan. 

88  Mrs.    Catherine    Davies. 

SENECA    STREET 

Water    to    186/2    Genesee    and    Columbla- 
2d    and    3d    Wards. 

3-5-7-9  Johnson  &  Murray  Co. 

6  John  Price. 

8  Philip  H.   Jacobson. 

8  Ike    Liberman. 

8  Edward  F.  Jacobson. 

8  Sam   Savotsky. 

8-10  Harris  Jacobson.         • 

8  James   Douglass. 
12  Vacant  lot. 
16  Vacant. 
18  Vacant. 
22  Vacant. 
Whltesboro   St.    Crosses. 


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23  Rebecca  Wineburg. 

24  Vacant. 

25-29  Vacant  lots. 

26  Isreal  Cohen. 

26  Joseph  Garramone. 

26  Hyman   Abeloff. 

26  Harry  Levin. 

26  Bertha   Fink. 

28  Max   Cohen. 

30  Harris  Berger. 

31  Mary  F.   Foltz. 
'  32  Grant   Sullivan. 

33  Benjamin    Newman. 

34  Samuel  Snyder. 

35  Vacant. 

35  Frank   Brown. 

36  Wolf    Jacobson. 

36  Levi  Goldman. 

37  Sandford  Fletcher. 
37  Jacob  Snyder. 

37  Daniel   Frank. 

38  George  Weber. 
38  Victor    Dresler. 
38  Matilda  Surprise. 

38  Jacob  Slakter. 

39  Louis  Tobias. 

39  Samuel    Schloasberg. 

40  Sam  Tumposky. 
40  Vacant. 

40  Julius  Samuels. 

40  Meyer  Levine. 

40  Louis   Wilcove. 

40  Julius    Samuels. 

41-43  House  of  Jacob. 

42-44  Seneca  Street  Garage. 

45  Harris  Goldstein. 

45  Harry  Shapiro. 

46  Thomas  Yarkowskl. 
46  Joseph   Cominsky. 

46  Louis  Schwartzburg. 
46  Borek    Starlarchik. 
46  Frank     Johns. 
46  George  H.  Allen. 
46  Boleslof  Dambroski. 

46  David    Stone. 

47  Vacant. 

47  John  W.  Hayes. 

47  Rena   Frank. 

48  Arthur   Sayles. 
48  Tillie    Lyle. 

48  John  Wood. 

49  Stephen   Kocyba. 

49  Charles   G.    Evans. 

50  Sol.  R.  Goldbas. 
50  Moses  Aaarons. 
50  Ike  Zacks. 

50  John     Barnett. 

50  Max    Slackter. 

51  C.    E.    Linkie. 

52  Patrick   Coughlin. 
52  John   McGuirk. 

52  William  P.  Coughlin. 

53  Paul    Fairchild. 
55  Vacant. 

55  Vacant. 

$5  Mrs.  M.   E.  Brewer. 

57  Mrs.  G.  Richardson. 

59  Chamberlain   &  Co.  Harness  Shop. 

54  Johnson  &  Murray  Barn. 
Liberty  Street  Crosses. 

60  White  Cigar  Box  Co. 

62-64  Seneca     Brass      and       Platin* 

Works. 
62  W.   B.   Parry  &  Son. 
Erie    Canal    Crosses. 

68  Troop   G,   12th  Cavalry. 

68  Vacant 

65-67-69  Ogden  Grain  Co. 


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SENECA  STREET— Continued 

70-72-74-76   Hotel  Utica. 
LaFayette   St.   Crosses. 

78-80-82  Maher    Brothers. 

81  Charles  B.   Smith. 

82  Heverin   &   Dwyer. 

82  Leslie  W.  Brennan  &  Co.  (54). 

82  Gilbert  Blount   (54). 

82  Dr.    Robert   E.   Hastings. 

84  Charles   H.    Ballou. 

84-86-88  Huron   Building. 

84  F.  Kingsley  Briggs. 

84  Grand  Army  Hall. 

86-88  C.    H.    Bremer   &    Co. 

90  Homestead   Aid    Association. 

90  Dunmore   &   Ferris. 

90  Russell  G.  Dunmore. 

92  Citizens'    Trust    Co. 

SEWARD  AVENUE 

(N.    H.    Town)    Genesee   to    French's    Road. 

1  John   M.    Reilly. 

2  Vacant    Lot. 

3  Clarendon   L.    Howe. 

4  Arthur    W.    Hitzelberger. 
4%   William  J.   Kelley. 

5  Thomas   E.    Harvey. 
,    6  Howard   Wilcox. 

6  William    R.    Evans. 
8  Roy  H.  Martin. 

10  William   Arthur   Gladwin. 
Sunset   Ave.   Crosses. 

11  Augusta  Perl. 
/  Vacant   lots. 

George    St.    Ends. 

Vacant   Lot. 
17  Charles  A.   White. 

19  William  J.   Schorge. 

20  Charles   L.    Smith. 

21  Frank   Rice. 
23  Fred   Simpson. 

25  John   T.    Owens. 
West   Shore    Crosses. 

SEYMOUR |  AVENUE 

34  Rutger  to  Pleasant— 4th,   10th   and  12th 
Wards. 
1-9  Vacant    lots. 

10  Vacant  lot. 

11  Mrs.    Mary  H.    McGinley. 

12  William  B.  Parry. 

14  Vacant  lot. 

15  James   B.    Marriott. 

15  Martin   H.   Thompson. 

16  Fred  Graft. 

19  Ellen  C.   Mclncrow. 

20  Mrs.  Peter  Batchelor. 

22  Henry  J.   Forster. 

23  Clarence   W.   Weeks. 

23  Marl  am  Hamer. 

24  Vacant  lot. 

26  Mrs.  William  J.  Martin. 

27  James   W.    Rayhill. 

28  Vacant  lot. 
30  Vacant. 

29  Frank   Brown. 

29  Daniel  J.   Kingsley. 
33  Sarah  J.   Bowen. 
i    34  John   Moser. 
36  Vacant  lot. 
37-39  Charles   W.   Bender. 
38  Alice  J.   ShleJds.  », 

,40  Charles  D.    McBiide. 

41  Robert  E.  Finn. 

42  Vacant   lot. 

44  "John   F.    Carle. 
44  George   Hopp.  I 

46  E.  Lewis  Morgan. 
48  Fred   Roth. 


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54  Patrick   L.    Kelley. 
54  Dr.   H.   W.   Halsey. 
54  Edward  E.   Arnold. 
South    St.    Crosses. 

56-70  Vacant    lots. 

63  Matthew   E.    Boehlert. 

65  Elizabeth    Garrigan. 

71  Charles    W.    Bender. 

72  G.    Ernest    Nichols. 

73  Arthur   T.    Rathbun. 

73  Frederick    E.    Howarth. 

76  Mrs.    Mary    Cunningham. 

77  William   S.    Miller. 
78-80  John  E.   Roberts. 

81  Albert  G.  Jones. 

82  Vacant. 

84  Mrs.    Jeffry   D.    Dennlss. 

85  Mrs.   Mary   L,    Griffith. 

86  Fred   E.   Barnum. 
86  Cornelia    Barnum. 

89  William   R.    Griffiths. 

90  Charles    R.    Wainright. 
90  Edward     Murphy. 

93  Percival   J.    Ross. 

96  Mrs.    Lawrence   W.    Kennedy. 

97  John    Noon. 
100  Ann   Shepherd. 

100  William   Morehead,   Jr. 
Mortimer   St.    Crosses. 

101-103  T.   J.    Pooler. 

101  Micajah  Pinkney. 

102  Robert  E.   Roberts. 

102  William   H.    HoSgklnson. 
105-107  Vacant  lots. 
108  Edwin    E.    Dorn. 
108  Peter  Buckenheim. 
110  Frank   Pierce. 

110  Mrs.  'Elizabeth  Thomas. 

111  William    E.    Bailey. 
Ill  Ellen   Needham. 
114  John   J.    Horigan. 

114  Vacant. 

115  Edward  Dealma. 
115  John   C.    Saunders. 

118  Alexander  R.  McPherson. 

118  Rose   Lovell. 

119  Anton   J.   Rohm. 
119  Claude    Lyke. 

121  Mrs.  Mary  J.  Clark. 

124  Evanna  B.   Lattimore. 

125  Barn. 

126  Mrs.  Lena  Wolfe. 

126  William   H.    Miller. 

127  Walter*  Roberts. 
130  David  Reed. 

130  John  J.  Prentiss. 

130  Thomas  L.  Hughes. 

131  Frank   Scherer. 
'     131  Charles    Bopp. 

132  Herbert  L.  Clark. 


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CLOTHES,  HATS,  FURNISHINGS. 
SHOES  FOR  MEN  AND  BOYS 

Cor.  LaFayette  and  Seneca  Sis. 


SEYMOUR  AVENUE— Continued 

132  John  P.  Coyne. 

133  Frederick    J.    Ebensperger. 

134  Mrs.    Eliza   Howlin. 

134  Margaret    Simon. 

135  Pierce   D.    Condon. 
135  William    Peate. 

138  Charles  H.  Jocelyn. 
138  Vacant. 

141  G.   Ellis  Hughes. 

142  John    M.    Cafferty. 

142  John  Brandau. 

143  S.    M.    Cook. 
Eagle   St.    Crosses. 

145  Christian   Leiss. 

146  Leonard  A.    March. 

147  Elizabeth  J.  Retzer. 

149  John    R.    Plummer. 

150  Daniel  P.  Doty. 

152  Owen  F.   Roberts. 

153  Mrs.  Frank  J.   Cutter. 

154  Ralph  H.   Laraway. 

155  Patrick    Loftus. 

156  Henry   J.    Dunn. 

157  Robert  H.  Murphy. 
.    157  Charles  F.   Treen. 

15S  Arthur    W.    Rohman. 
15S  Charles   J.   Hofer. 

158  John  A.  Wald. 
158  Earl  J.   Saltsman. 
160  George   J.    Vogt. 

160  James    Doyle. 

161  Mrs.   Rosie  Weeks. 

161  John   H.   Lighthall. 

162  Mrs.  Margaret  F.  Prendergast. 
165  Leslie  W.  Simmons. 

165  John    H.    Clark. 
167  Edward   Hicks. 

167  William   F.   Gestrich. 

168  John   F.    Griffin. 

169  Henry  Scheehl. 

170  Nellie   Chute. 

170  Hugh  P.  Horigan. 
173  Mrs.   John  Healy. 

173  Thomas   H.    Peters. 

174  Julia   Reilly.  ^ 
174  Matthew   T.   Reilly. 

174  Thomas  E.   Jones. 
178  George  W.  Owen. 

178  Walter   A.    Somers. 

179  Mrs.  Winifred  Humphrey. 
179  John   L.    Carr. 

183  John  F.  Thomas. 

184  Jeremiah  Cloonan. 

185  William  F.  Ryan. 

188  Andrew   Bush. 

189  William  E.  Kuney. 


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189  Michael   W.    Larkin. 

190  Michael  E.  Dugan. 

191  LeRoy  A.  Alexander. 

191  Mrs.  Emeline  Drought. 

192  George  Pfleeger. 

194  Michael  Dugan. 
Leah  St.  Crosses. 

195  Humphrey    Griffiths. 
196-198  Frederick  C.  Hinman. 

196  Miss  Maria  Dent. 

197  Edith  Graystone. 
199  Mary  W.   Barber. 

201  Floyd   G.   Spink. 

202  William   E.   McDougeli 
202  Mary  E.  Whipple. 

202  Vacant. 

203  John  H.   Boehling. 
203  John   B.   CarteH. 

205  Mrs.  Mary  J.  Weston. 
206-208  Edward    F.    Graystone. 
211  Mrs.   Anna  Heron. 

211  George   W.    Rexford. 

212  Patrick    F.    Kelly. 
212  Thomas  W.  Corbally. 
214  William  C.  Jones. 

214  Alexander  Blatt. 

215  Patrick  F.   McGinty. 
215  Thomas  Roberts. 
216-218  Vacant  lots. 

217  John  Elsenbeck. 
220  Mary    Bellosa. 

223  Mrs.   Nora  Quillman. 

224  James  O'Toole. 

225  William  H.  Shaw. 

226  Vacant  lot. 

227  Dr.   William  H.  Leffler. 

228  Mrs.  Jane  F.  Hurley. 
228  Lewis   H.   Casler. 

Square    St.    Crosses. 

229-241  Vacant  lots. 

230  John  H.  Grant. 

232-238  Vacant   lots. 

240  Mrs.   Shepard"  C.  Robardl. 

240  Walter  C.  Townsend. 

243  Catharine  Gehring. 

244  Justus  J.  Doolittle. 

244  Jay  H.   Doolittle. 

245  Vacant  lot. 

247  Herman    Wameling. 

248  P.  E.  Crippen,  Jr- 

248  Alvin  L.  Tucker. 

249  Rev.  John  I.  Hughes. 

250  Vacant  lot. 

251  Louis    A.    Fey. 

252  August  F.  Kline. 
255  Frank  J.   Smith. 

255  William    S.    Roberts. 

256  Charles    Pacey. 
256  Mrs.   Anna  Holt. 
258-262  Vacant   lots. 
259  George  P.  Casalett. 

259  William  E.  Myers. 

260  John    Humann. 
264  CWren    Williams. 

264  Charles   G.   Bellinger. 

267  Frank    D.    Weber. 

268  L.  Leslie  Brown. 

268  Mrs.  Emma  Groves. 

269  Vacant. 

269  Lucy   Kellogg. 

269  Francis  A  Jones. 

269  Vacant. 

269  Mrs.   Mary  Warriner. 

271  Edwin  L.  Perry. 

271  A.    M.    LaFlesh. 

•  271%  Alexis  J.  Nelbach. 

272  Henry  Smith. 


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SEYMOUR  AVENUE— Continued 

272  Edwin  Beckinham. 

273  Mrs.   Lena  Howarth. 

273  Frederick   C.   Howarth. 

274  A.  E.  Wilcox. 

276  Willard  W.  Jones. 

276  Mrs.  Helen  G.  Reese. 

278  Frederick  D.  Lamb. 

280  Charles  A.   Turner. 

282  Vacant. 
West  Shore    Railroad   Crosse*. 
Arthur    St.    Crosses. 

285  Frederick   Bach. 

285  William  Banker. 

285  William  H.  Demming. 

292  John  E.   Roth. 

297  Andrew  A.   Kuhn. 

294-296  Vacant  Lots. 

297  Herman   Grams. 

300  Joseph  r    Garrett. 

303  Addie  Jones. 

304  James  St.   Germaine. 

305  Patrick   Kiley. 

307  George   H.    Channer. 
307  Joseph  Tritten. 
30S  John    F.    Daprix. 
309  Arthur  L.  Crandall. 
310-318  Vacant  Lots. 
311  William    Roth. 
315  William  T.  Milgate. 
322  William  H.  Keller. 
324  Angel    D.     Lewis. 
328  William  F.  Daly. 
331  Valentine   Peters. 

333  Ellsworth   W.    Milgate. 

334  William  S.  Blawis. 

334  Edward  A.  Roberts. 

335  George  W.    Toung. 
339  Claude    L.    Briggs. 

339  Charles  Pinkstone.  . 

340  Hiram   O.   Newton. 

340  Nelson   S.    Saxe. 

341  Albert  Simmonds. 
343  Arthur   L.    Keilbach. 

343  George  D.  Simmonds. 

344  Dennis   M.   Riggs. 
345-353  Vacant  Lots. 
348  Emil  Arndt 
350-352  Vacant  Lots. 

354  Charles    Decker. 

355  Frederick   Zumbrun. 

356  Joseph    Robischon. 
360  Frank  Newton. 
360  Millard  F.  Harris. 

363  Arthur   C.    DeForest 

364  Charles    Walters. 

365  Edwin  J.   Clifton. 

366  George  Weiss. 

367  William  E.  Davis. 

368  Adam    Weiss. 

372  John   A.    SchimmeL. 
378  Evan  Llnstron. 

380  Louisa  Kohler. 

381  George  Hlnchcliff. 

382  Emil  F.  P.  Stockhausen. 

383  Bridget  Messinger. 

384  George  W.  James,  Jr. 

385  Charles  Evans. 

386  Charles  W.  Sharp. 
385  Mathew  Trask. 

387  John  T.  Jones.  '    — 

388  Nathaniel  M.  Crask. 
391  Idella   Gelser. 

>     391  Charles  J.  Singleton. 
391  T.   Eugene  Kelly. 
400  Arthur  E.  MacMaster.  "  * 


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James    St.    Crosses. 

401  Alexander  A.  Llnck. 
408  Harvey    Grommon. 

411  John   Jones. 

412  Joseph    Priba. 
432  Harry    Simmonds. 
419  George  W.  Weston. 
419  Thomas   R.    Davis. 
421-423  Vacant    lots. 
427-433  Vacant  lots. 
437-485  Vacant    lots. 

440  George    D.    Stratton. 
448  Daniel  Van  Nort. 
450  Charles  Sittig. 
450  Herbert   D.    Davies. 
462  Irving  W.  Phileo. 
464-524  Vacant   lots. 
487  John   A.   Marsh. 
489-523  Vacant    lots. 
525  Vacant. 

525  John    Dulan,    Jr. 

526  William    Cleghorn. 

SHAW     STREET 

416  Genesee  to  York— 11th  and  14th  Wards. 

4  Frank  H.   Doolittle. 
6  E.  Searle  Jones. 
8  Melvln    E.    Wills. 

8  Arthur  F.    Coates. 

9  Gottfried  F.  Teuscher. 

10  John  L.  Grant. 

11  Francis    L.    Kerwin. 

12  William   Glrvan. 

14  Brayton   C.    Horth. 

13  Fred  W.   Phelps. 

15  Frank  M.   Black. 

16  Washington    I.    Everson. 

17  Donald   L.    Sommerville. 
19  William    L.     Babcock. 
19  Frank    M.    Stockwell. 

18  Charles   D.   Phillips. 
Sunset    Ave.    Crosses. 

21  Frank  J.  Williams. 
21  Mary  Clough. 
24  Nellis   M.    Crouse. 
32  Herbert   Gullfoll. 
34  Albert    Dale. 
36  George   S.    Smith. 
38  John   W.    North. 
40  John    Mutick. 

40  George   A.    Edwards. 
42  Frank    Cctyne. 

42  Ernest  H.  Moran. 
44  Robert  Tramham. 
44  James   M.    Rudolph. 

41  Charles   Callahan. 

46  Louis   W.   Wlckman.  . 

48  Arbogast  Gassner. 
50  Carl  W.  Hoffmann. 
B0  William  J.    Dowd. 


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SEYMOUR  AVENUE— Continued 

52  Charles    Wenke. 

52  Frank  Pickering. 

54  Charles   L.    Davies. 

54  Hugh  H.   Williams. 

56  Urban  Gassner. 

56  Fred    Miller. 

58  Rev.   Henry   N.    Harvey. 

58  Fred  E.  Darrigrand. 

60  Jesse  E.   Adams. 

60  Vacant. 

62  Gottlieb  Matter. 

62  Ray  W.   Byrd. 
Lincoln   Ave.    Crosses. 

Thomas     E.     Bates. 
Thomas  Roberts. 
Baxter  Ave.   Crosses. 

SHERMAN    PLACE 

442    Genesee    to    Sunset    Ave. — 11th    Ward. 

2  George   W.    Goodier. 

2Y2  Joseph    M.     Welsenbach. 

3  Charles   H.    Williamson. 

3  Vacant. 

4  Philip  Rettig. 

5  Franklin    C.    Hopkins. 

6  S.    B.    French. 

6  George    Beltz. 

7  Fred    J.    Sisson. 

9  Patrick   J.    McEvoy. 
11  Floyd   E.    Ecker. 
13  Frederick  F.   Page. 
lSWilliam   C.   Gallagher. 
17  Daniel    Henry. 
16  Carleton    L.    Wood. 
19  William   A.    Roth. 

SICXENBERGER    PLACE 

D.,   L.   &  W.   RR.  to   Gates — 6th   Ward. 

Numbers   all    on    one   side. 
2  Vacant. 

2  Mrs.    Elizabeth    Neiger. 

3  Edward  Nowoikowski. 
3  Alexandra    Rabitzka. 

7  Henry    Morrison. 
7  Walter  N.    Stevens. 
9  Catharine   Ellman. 
9  John    O'Connor. 

SINCLAIR    AVENUE 

(Out   of  the   City   Limits). 

Ney  to  Champlln. 
Vacant    lots. 
Robert  Aucock. 
Vacant    lots. 
Gebhard    Kennerknecht. 
Casper  A.  Kennerknecht. 


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216   Rutger — Near  Payne's  Garage. 

13th    Ward. 

1  A.    Lincoln    Bramhall. 

3  George  W.   Miller. 

3  James  M.  Renton. 

5  George   W.    Linds'ley. 

5  Vacant. 

7  Vernon  L.  Wetmore. 

7  Bernard   J.    Hart. 

9  Sarah  J.   Ruddy. 

9  James    S.    Burrans. 
11  Mrs.    Anna   Sullivan. 
11  Phillip   G.    Voung. 
13  Donald    E.    Hamblin. 
13  Edward    Murphy. 
15  Walter  A.   Blatt. 
15  Frances     Rice. 
17  John    M.    Comeskey. 
17  Albertus    M.    House. 
19  William     H.     Stahl. 

19  George  Williams. 

20  Russell  V.  Flanagan. 

20  Charles  E.  McGovern. 

SMITH    STREET 

Culver  to    Ludlow — 13th   Ward. 

Vacant   lots. 

SNIPE     STREET 

Foot    of    Washington — 2d    Ward. 

1  Childs  &  Co.'s  Warehouse. 

3  Dodge    &    Snyder's   Warehouse. 

2  Equitable  Gas  and  Electric  Works. 
2  Barns. 

SOUTH  STREET 

273  Genesee  to  Culver  Ave. — 4th,  5th,  10th, 
12th,    13th    and    15th    Wards. 

4  Vacant. 

11  Mrs.   Hattie   M.    Rathbun. 

13  Lucinda   R.    Pierce. 

14  Charles   A.    Talcott. 

15  Frank    R.    Groves. 
King   St.   Crosses. 

16  Frank    M.     Johnston. 

16  Dr.    A.    J.    Browne. 

17  James   Benton. 

18  Theo.    W.   Avery. 

21  Charles   G.    Irish.     . 

23  Quentin   McAdam. 
Park  Ave.   Crosses. 

24  Levi  Wheaton. 

25  Fred  A.   Cassidy. 

26  Earl    L.    Wheaton. 
26%    Ivan   J.    Glinn. 

Llnwood   Place   Begins. 

27  Mrs.    Ida   Bolles. 

28  Dr.  Frederick  H.   Brewer.- 

29  George  B.  Falrchild. 

30  M.   Moore. 

31-33  South  M.  E.   Church. 

32  Frederick  W.   Turk. 

34  Mrs.    Edwina    N.    Swltzer.  - 

34  Mrs.  O.  V.   Tayntor. 

35  Rev.   William  J.   Hart. 
36  Mrs.    Eliza   Prievo. 

37  Owen  Williams. 

38  Mrs.  Louise  B.  Roberts. 

39  Richard  G.  Lloyd  Co. 

40  P.    A.    McAlpin. 

40  L.   W.   Locke,   M.   D. 

41  Samuel    Ellis. 

41  John     Morgan. 

42  Iffert  &  Zoeckler. 

42  The   James  Apartment  House. 

1  Fred  R.   Hotallng. 

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3  Nellie   Tobln. 

4  Vacant. 

5  Sarah  E.   Thompkins. 
5%    H.    W.    Martin. 

6  Vacant. 

7  Charles  R.  Wider. 

8  Bertha  A.   Jones. 

7  Mrs.    C.    M.    Linger. 
From  10  to  39  in  The  James  have 
entrance  at  28-30-32  Steuben  St. 
42%  C.  J.  Scheibley. 
Steuben   St.   Crosses. 
43  Sam  Ellis. 
43  "William   GofC. 

43  Charles   L.    Shutts. 

44  Henry    Steele. 

44  Charles  J.   Zipp. 

45  Vacant.  \ 
45  Joseph   English. 

45  Will    J.    Wagoner. 

46  George  J.  Neuthardt. 

47  William  G.   Goff. 
'      47  James  H.   Tracy. 

48  Mrs.  William  D.  Spurbeck. 
48  Warren  D.   Balch. 

48  Mrs.  Emma  R.  Burnop. 

48  Mrs.  Margaret  Jones. 

49  George   H.    Churner. 

49  Owen    Owens.  >        • 

49  Amelia   Keon. 

50  Edwin  M.   Taylor. 

50  Joseph  Hamberger. 

51  George   Mitchell. 

52  Herbert  S.  Bowen. 
52  William    H.    Roach. 
52  Evan    Reese. 

52  Fred    Jones. 

52  Ph.   Perlman. 

53  George  D.   Meade. 
53%  Fred  A.  Wicks. 

54  Bowen  Bros. 

55-57  Daniel   F.    Quinn. 
56  Richard  W.   Cahill. 
58  S.    J.   Welch   Estate. 
60  William  E.  Slater. 

62  Theron   H.    Kane. 

63  Charles  H.   Sabine. 

64  Carl  F.  C.  Peters. 

64  William   B.    Williams. 

65  Charles  H.  Sabine. 

66  Rees  Jenkins. 

68  Owen   F.   Luker. 
West  St.   Crosses. 

67  Alexis  Woeltje. 
67  George    Rowe. 
67  James    Holly. 

67  James  Simmons. 

69  W.  A.  Newth. 

70-72  Ellis  &  Fiscus  Co. 

71  Chase's  Laundry. 

73  Adam  Welder. 

73  Mrs.  Sina  M.  Williamson. 

73  Nathan  P.  Levee. 

73  Emma  M.  Jones. 

74  Sabine  &  Harvey. 
.74  Edwin  G.  Harvey. 

74  Alfred  W.  Sabine. 
74%  Eva  Johnston. 

75  G.  Fred  Lochner. 

76  Lowery  &  Winchell. 

77  William   Roberts. 

77  George   L.    Brucker. 

78  Charles  R.   Barclay. 

79  C.  H.  Chase. 

79  Frederick  Nelson. 
■79  Joseph  H.   Sink. 


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7U-81  Howard  A.    Drought. 
81  Bachhuber  &  Bacon. 
80  William  H.  Hamlin. 
82-84  Joseph  F.   Lochner. 
83  Lillian    McKean. 
S3  Alois  P.  White. 

85  Oneida    Creameries   Co. 

86  LeRoy    Crandall. 

86  Louis   F.    Vv  arren. 

87  George   B.   Fairchild. 
87  Elizabeth   Jacobs. 

87  Vacant. 
87  M.    Liboz. 
S7  George    Shapland. 
87%    George   Meier. 
87%  Oscar  F.   German. 
88-90   Henry   &   Bowen. 
89-91  Oscar   F.   Germann. 
90  Fenimore  Darling. 
90  Karl   Hitzmann. 

92  Frederick   H.    Preston.  » 
Miller    St.    Crosses. 

91%    Lincoln   A.    Buddie. 

93  Owen  Williams  Co. 
95  Isaac   Jones. 

95  Ellen  Gorman. 

95%    William   J.    Thomas. 
95%  Mary  A.  Proctor: 
95%    Frank   E.    Hanlen. 
95%  Hugh  Pugh. 
95%  Anna  M.  Foster. 

96  Mrs.   Alice  Shelhorn. 

97  Gerstner    Bros. 
97%  Joseph   Simon. 
99  A.    Carroll   Turner. 
99  J.    C.    Tooke. 

101  Ezra  R.   Pugh. 

102  Dr.  Hamilton  S.  Quin. 
Howard   Ave.   Crosses. 

103  Winslow  P.   Fish. 
107  Vacant   lot. 

109  J.    P.    T.    Scholl. 

118  Calvary      Church     Sunday     School 

Building. 
120  Calvary    Church    Parish    House. 
Nellson   St.   Begins. 

122  Michael  J.  Carroll 

122  William   H.   Carroll. 

123  Melville   C.   Brown. 

124  Daniel   Bewsee. 

124  Thomas   A.    Morrow. 
128  Raymond    Hollenbeck. 
128  Carl   Hermann. 
128  Ivan  M.  McLawrence. 
127-129  \%cant  lots. 
131-133  Dulan    &   Meaney. 
Seymour  Ave.   Crosses. 

130  Matthew  E.   Boehlert. 

South   Street   Public   School. 
132  Arthur   L.   Holden. 


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134  William   Henninge. 

134  Charles    Neiger. 

135  Mary    Slater. 

135  Miss  A.    R.    Harter. 
135  John   A.   White. 
135  Mrs.  Margaret  Appel. 
135  John  A.   Becker. 

135  Charles  F.  Priginitz. 

136  John   R.    Cotter. 

136  Clara  Dyer. 

137  John   J.    White. 

138  Harry    B.    Mitchell. 

138  Mrs.    M.    A.    Duggan. 

139  Mrs.    Louise   C   R.aynor. 
139  Mary   T.    Cahill. 

139  Christine  Peterson. 
139  Margaret   Mack. 

139  Etta    Young. 

140  Christian   W.   Henninge. 

141  Corn  Hill  Creamery. 

143  Bruce   McCahan. 
Dudley   Ave.    Crosses. 

142  F.   Charles   Scharfe. 

144  John   Moser,   Jr. 
145-147  Jacob  H.  Hermann. 
146  Palace   Laundry. 

146  Paul   M.   Wunch. 
148  Evan    E.  .Jones. 

145  Harry    Carrier. 
150  John   Spoden. 

150  Mrs.  Carrie  Ehresman. 

151  George   Johns. 

151  Hugh  A.    Schafer. 

152  Perry    Eaker.     ■ 

152  Charles   M.   Herbig. 

153  Fred   H.   Heath. 

154  St.   Paul's  German  Lutheran  Chen 

155  Mrs.   Julia  Joerissen. 
155  Edwin  E.  A.  Gurley. 

Brinckerhoff  Ave.   Crosses. 

157  Richard    D.    Gozigian. 

158  Jesse   S.   Bird. 

159-161  St.    Mary's    Catholic   School. 
160-162  Vacant   lots. 
164  Fred   Fromholz. 

164  B.   Monroe  Filkins. 

165  Rev.  Joseph  Lechner. 

St.    Mary's    (R.    C.)    Church. 

166  Fredericka  Schwabe. 
166  Jacob   Galinn. 

170  Eugene    W.    Dunn. 
170  Mrs.  Mary  A.  Watkins. 
Taylor  Ave.   Crosses. 
Vacant   lots. 
172  William  H.  Hill. 
172  Mrs.   Anna   Hill. 
174  Mrs.   Louisa  Mizer. 
174  John  E.  Jones. 


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,     174  Latimer  Furniture  Shop. 

176  Herman  C.  Winchenbach. 

178  Mae  McMann. 

178  Joseph  P.  Fitzsimons. 

ISO  George  Schafer. 

182  Frank  H.  Williams. 

1S3  Frances  E.  Jones. 
Third   Ave.    Begins. 
Conkling   Ave.    Begins. 

185  Charles  E.  Myers. 

1S6  William  Harrer. 

187  Catharine  Quinn. 
187^  Anna  R.   Martus. 

188  Mrs.   Catherine  F.   O'Conhor. 
188  David  Barry. 

193  James    Doyle. 
193  Vacant. 

196  Frederick    G.    Eisenhuth. 
St.   Vincent  St.    Begins. 

201  Frank    M.    Champion. 

202  John   D'Aporto. 
198-202  Kendall   Mill. 

Mill    St.    Begins. 

207  Cornelius  Redmond. 

209  Mrs.   Sarah  N.   Roberts. 

210  William  H.   Knapp. 

210  Vacant. 

211  Charles  H.  Wheelock. 

212  William   T.    Black. 

212  Alexander   Sabik. 

213  Edward  D.  Tuigg. 
Morris   St.    Begins. 

214  Earl    Sanford. 

214  John  Price. 

215  Vacant  lot. 

216  Charles  G.  Lindsey. 

217  Albert   Schneider. 

218  Maria  H.   Hill. 

218  Mary  A.  Howell. 

219  Joseph  Mohr. 

220  Martin    J.    Kelly. 
General  Hospital. 

221  Eli  N.   Philo. 
221  George  T.  Philo. 
223  George   Dorn. 

,  225  George  Dorn.  Jr. 
227  Peter  J.  Schafer. 
227  John   P.   Horrigan. 
229  Frederick  W.  Mursch. 
229  John  F.  Mooney. 
Mohawk  St.  Crosses. 
231  H.  E.   Mauthe. 
233  James  H.  Galligan. 
231  William  B.  Brunner. 
235  Henry  Hoffmann. 
235  Peter    Kellmurray. 
237  Henry  Hoffman. 
239  Charles  U.  Leland. 
239  Henry  Kruse. 
241  Francis  P.   Cavallo. 
241  Frank  J.  Hooks. 
243  Thomas  Dwyer. 

243  Frank  J.  Restle. 
Rudolph  SfT  Ends. 

245  George   Hauf. 

245  Frank  Unser. 

247  Paul  J.   McNamara. 

247  Willard  Joslln. 

244  Clarence  J.  Sittig. 

244  Agnes  T.  Naegele. 

246  Vacant   lot. 

248  Norbert  Alblcker. 

245  Theresa  Mallory. 
24S  James  Landers. 

249  William  M.  Manning. 

250  Nora,  B.    McDonald. 

250  Frederick   J.    Wendt 

251  Ross  C.  Adams. 


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251  Daniel    W.    Nickel. 

252  Owen  D.  Jones. 

253  Edward  I.   Marriott. 
253  Augustus  Unser. 

253  Edward  E.   Averill. 

254  William   S.    Grotevant. 

254  John  M.  Tillinghast. 

256  William   F.    Kranz. 

258  Mary  Felton. 

260  Vacant  lot. 
262  Fannie  Crouch. 

262  George  Dorn,  Jr. 
264  M.  W.  Frederick. 
264  Francis   Cole. 

264  James    W.    Roberts. 
McQuade   Ave.    Begins. 

266  Frederick  J.  Bergner. 

266  Willis  J.  Wright. 
268  Loring  Bergner. 

268  Vacant. 

270  Emile   Gries. 

270  Rose    Scranton. 
274  John  J.    Brophy. 

274  Edward  Mortimer. 

276  Mrs.  Pauline  Hermann. 

276  Charles  J.  Luttinger. 

255  George'  C.   Berg. 
Young  Place  Ends. 

257  J.  Walter  Thomas. 
257  George  Kloster. 

259  Christopher  M.  Vaeth. 
259  John  H.   Costello. 

261  Mrs.  Mary  A.  Long. 
261  Josiah  Petrie. 

263  William   E.    Byrd. 
George  Place  Ends. 

265  Frank    F.    Cranley. 

267  Henry  Witzenberger. 
267  John   Busacker. 

269  Busacker  &  Sons. 
269  Mary  Busacker. 

271  East   Utica    Moravian    Sunday 

School  Mission. 
280  Jas.    O'Leary. 

280  Jas.    T.    Barnett. 
284  Christian   Kleinhans. 
286  W.  J.  Martin. 

286  Eliza.    Franklin. 
Leeds  St.    Begins. 

273  Rev.  George  M.  Runner. 

275  Alfred    Boname. 

277  H.   Anna  Holmes. 
279  T.  M.  &  M.  E.  Davis. 
288  Peter   Spies. 

288  Charles  J.  Donalty. 

289  Joseph   Hughes. 

290  Valentine  F.  Schell. 

290  Ernest  F.   Bechtel. 
290%  Mrs.  J.   B.   Collins. 

Belmont  Ave.  Begins. 

281  Herbert  Patience. 
283  Anna  Kelly. 

285*  Michael    J.    Carrlgan. 

287  Charles  A.  Smith. 
287  E.  Herber  Evans. 

291  Frank  W.  Biel. 

291  Charles  F.   Seufert. 

292  Martin   .T.    H'nton. 

292  Rov   C.    VanDenbergh. 

293  John  Tones 

293  Rev.  W.  Demoster  Chase. 

294  James  J.   Laffertv. 

294  Daniel  M.   flattery. 

295  James   P.    Dillon.   Jr. 
295  James  P.   Dillon.   Sr. 


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296  Catharine  Beggs. 

296  Burton   Rawson. 

297  George   K.   Miller. 

298  Charles    T     Morgan. 
2S9'/2   John   S.   Mellor. 

299  Lynn  Y.  Foster. 

300  Clinton  A.   Waitt. 

300  William  F    Newell. 
302  Alpheus  P.   Darling. 
302  Lawrence   R.    Mullen. 
304  Fred    O.    Thompson. 
304y2    Angelo    Pent. 

306  Beecher    Kilbourn. 
Kossuth   Ave.   Crosses. 

301  Isaac   Williams. 
301  Vacant. 

Vacant    Lot. 

307  Albert   H.    Gabel. 

307  John    D.    Gibson. 

308  Wallace    B.    Wilcox. 

309  Irving   Gillett. 

309  Mrs.   Michael  Dowling. 

316  James    Slattery. 

318  Mohawk    Valley    Coal    Co. 

311  Michael   Martin. 
Vacant    Lots. 
Hammond  Ave.   Begins. 
Mason    St.    Ends. 

326  B.   Allen  &  Sons. 

317  Arthur    W.    McLoughlin. 
321-323  Joseph    Obern'esser. 
323  Joseph   P.    Obernesser. 
325  Herbert    Plumb. 

West   Shore    R.    R.   Crosses. 
Webster    Ave.    Begins. 

334  Patrick    J.    Rooney. 

336  Eleanor    A.    Clinton. 
340  Levi  Berthold. 

340  Albert    Berthold. 

342  William   M.    Wandley. 

342  M.  Farro. 

344  John   Berthold. 

344  Berthold-  &   Reynolds. 

346  Thos.    D.    Dowd. 

346  Vacant. 
Albany    St.    Crosses. 

Vacant  Lots. 

335  William   G.    Heim,    Jr. 

337  Vacant. 
Jefferson    Ave.    Crosses. 

Vacant  Lot. 

347  Paul    Bender. 

347  George   ».    Slade. 
349  Fred  S.   Stahley. 
349  Barbara  Bucher. 
351  Mathew  A.  Bolmer. 
351  William  Bender. 
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CLOTHIERS  FOR  BOYS  AND  MEN 
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SOUTH  STREET— Continued 

357  Eugene  Larabee. 

362  Arthur  J.   Lampman. 
364  Thos.  E.   Geer. 

366  Anthony  P.  Lipphart. 

366  "William  C.   Farber. 
368  Maurice  Mahoney. 
368  Leslie  S.   Moore. 
410  Charles  Stanbrook. 
410  Fred  S.   R.   Bonville. 

Bell    Ave.    Begins. 

363  Fred    S.    R.    Bonville. 
363  Frank  J.  BonviTle. 

367  Thomas   F.    Callahan. 
367  William  A.   Benz. 

371  John    Christensen. 
373  Elizabeth    E.    Lloyd. 
373  Louis  H.   Vaughn. 
375  Almon   Kent. 
Vacant  Lot. 
Bacon     St.     Crosses. 

380  Mrs.   Lena  Weise. 

380  Harry  C.  Clemmens. 

381  Clara   E.    Moorhead. 
383  Matilda    O'Hara. 
387  George   Cress. 

Vacant  Lots. 

391  Antonio  Diorio. 
Rosemary   St.    Begins. 
Tilden  Ave.  Crosses. 

430  Percy    C.    Fennell. 

450  Vacant. 

423  Joe    Piscione. 
Ontario  St.  Crosses. 

425  Vacant. 

425  Thomas   Prebel. 

427  Arthur   Bonville. 

SOUTH     HAMILTON     STREET. 

169  Court  to  Warren— 9th   Ward.- 

1  William   Kaelin. 
2>  Michael  J.  Dote. 

2  David   E.   Jones. 

3  William  F.   Beach., 

3  Philip  Nusbaum. 

4  Arthur    Land. 
4%   Jerry  Shea. 

5  Alvina  Geinitz. 

6  Edward   Daprix. 

6  Charles    Kreber. 

7  Charles  T.  McDonough. 

8  Bridget  Smith. 

8  Arthur   Keenan. 

9  Cathrine  Andes. 

9  Thomas  H.  Reed. 
9%  Thomas  Carey. 
10  Henry    M.    Keprjel. 


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11  Mrs.    Lena   Kitzing. 

11  John  J.   Kelly. 

12  John  R.   Barnes. 

13  James  A.   Powers. 

14  Frances    Schrader. 

15  May  Devine. 

15  John   J.    Donohue. 

16  William   Farley. 

16  Joseph    E.    Pelkey. 

17  T.   John  Reed. 

17  Mernie    F.    Neudecker. 

17  Theresa  Ritz. 

18  Henry  Keim. 

19  Charles   H.    Rockwell. 

20  Barn. 

21  George    Bowman. 

21  Mrs.   Augusta  Bauer. 

22  Christine  Pfeiffer. 

22  Fred  E.   Dauer. 

23  August  Hahn. 

23  Joseph -W.   Baker. 

24  Ernest    Cornell. 

24  Ernest  Feldmann. 

25  William   J.    Rohm 

25  Jacob   Ruch. 

26  Arthur  D.   Dennison. 

26  William  H.  Plopper. 

27  Mrs.   Barbara  Hirt. 

28  Barn. 

29  Harry  W.    Chapman. 

30  Vacant  lot. 

31  Edward  S.   Servatius. 
31Anna   Schremp. 

32  Fred  Wardwell. 
32-34  John  Buehler. 
36  Kate   Dighman. 

SPRING     STREET 

78    Broadway    to    Sunset    Ave. — 3d    and    9th 
Wards. 

101  Mrs.    Melinda  Rogers. 

102  Arthur  R.   Hughes. 

103  John   G.    Roberts. 

103  Merritt  W.   Fairbanks. 

104  Helen    M.    Hagerty. 

104  Nellie   Carroll. 

107  Mrs.  Joseph  J.   Robischon. 

105  Lulu    Rose. 

106  Joseph   Ford. 
.106  John  Stadler. 

108  John   W.    Johnson. 

109  Xelson   Chappie. 
108  Mrs.  Lizzie  Feeny. 

110  Frank   A.    Cunningham. 

111  William   Crossley. 

111  Timothy  F.   Carroll. 

112  Mary  A.  Mackin. 

115  William   J.   Morris. 
114  Fred   Wilson. 

117  Mary  A.   Banagan. 

116  Henry  B.   Davis. 

121  James  W.   Thomas.  , 

118  Edward   Rook. 

123  Frank  Mangle. 

120  Frances   H.    Kelley. 
125  Peter* Karl. 

122  Archie   B.    Sherwood. 
127  Frank  B.  Morey. 

127  John    C.    Ronev. 

124  Vacant. 

124  Conrad  W.  Loehner. 
Cornelia  St.  Crosses. 

205  Charles  M.  Richardson. 

205  Mrs.   Mary  J.   Richardson. 
204  Charles  Bneen. 

211  Thomas  R.  Loftus 
211  Vacant. 

206  Vacant. 


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SPRING     STREET— Continued 

206  Katherine  Smith. 

213  Albert  F.  Feldman. 
SOS  Horatio  S.  Weisse. 
215  Mary  Winchell. 

215  Fred    G.    Bragg. 

210  Mrs.   Helen    Rowlands. 
210  Amos   B.   Betterley. 
210  Lewis  E.   Evans. 
212  Lewis  Davis. 
212  George  Vermilyea. 

214  John  W.   Jones. 

216  Charles  Gleason. 

217  Edward   S.   Lancaster. 
223  William  O.  Jones. 

223  William  W.   George. 

215  Richard  J.   Doyle. 

218  Vacant. 

220  Sarah  Davies. 
225  Nellie  Redner. 
225  John  P.   Boon. 

225  Catharine    C.    Ainsworth. 
222  Charles  R.   Mizner. 

227  William   E.   Taber. 

224  William   Casey. 

226  Thomas  E.  Jones. 

225  Albert   V.    Monnat. 
230  Charles    Hawley. 
230  Harry    T.    Doyle. 

232  Mrs.  Ingoberg  Petersen. 
232  Arthur   Williams. 
234  Mrs.   Lillian   Gage. 
State   St.   Crosses. 
Steam   Cotton   Mills  Intercept. 
Fay   St.    Crosses. 

63  Frank  J.   McGee. 
65i/2    Arthur   Bilr-dean. 
69  Joseph   Kobus. 

69  Boleslaw  Szydelko. 

70  Walter    Wojcieckowskl. 

70  Timothy  Mahanna. 

71  Matthew    Ciapucha. 

71  Vacant. 

72  Boleslaw    Nowackl. 

72  Vacant. 

73  Alexander    Roberts. 

73  .Terr.   H.    Williams. 

74  Peter  Szpilka. 

74  Wojciech    Kurtyka. 
74  Julian    Xaszuba. 

74  Kazimierz    Puc. 

75  Stanislaw  Rotter. 

75  Stanislaw  Olechowski. 
75  Anthony    Bazan. 
75  Raxael    Poszka. 

75  Wanda   Niedalsko. 

76  Paul  Zabinski. 
76  Jacob  Skora. 

78  Lillian    Quackenbush. 

79  Joseph  Belkus. 
79  Wo.iciech   Litera. 
79  John   Roski. 

81  Sophia    Struczka. 
81  John    Hudy. 
Huntington    St.    Crosses. 
83  Alec    Szablak. 
83  Tomasz.  Skutnik. 
85  Joe    Makuzsu. 
85  Simon   Gawell. 
85  Mike  Kula. 

85  John    Zyla. 

86  Bridget    MrAndrews. 

86  Michael  J.  McDonald. 
S6  Frank  Wojciehowski. 

87  Tony    Zizio. 

88  Frank   Blazejewicz. 


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8S  Stanislaw  Kusnisz. 
8S  Ignacy   Urban. 
SS  John   Wilk. 

88  Stephen    Czarnecki. 
SS  Kate  Kujawska. 

S9  Wawrzynice    Gacek. 

89  John  Sczerba. 

89  Joe  Biolek. 

90  Frank    ['asternok. 
'JlMiehael  Giec. 

91  Victor    Kubik. 

91  Leon  Kubik. 

92  Wicenty  Kurzniarz. 

92  Josephine    Blazejewski. 
92  Vacant. 

92  Jrhn    Kupinski. 

93  Albert    Janos. 

93  Felix    Walewski. 

93  Joseph   Havisz. 

94  Annie    Krouser. 

91  Stanisipw  G:  cchcwicz. 

95  Jacob    Zizio. 
9"'  Ignac   Janorz. 

96  Walenty    Milostan. 

97  Elizabeth   Welch.  , 
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99  Geoige    Fennel. 

SFPJ1TGATE     STREET 

426    Genesee    to    Sunset    Ave. — 11th    Ward. 

1  Minnie   E.    Fish. 

2  Henvy  J.   Cookingham,  Jr. 

3  .A>t'-'.:r   W.    Post.      ■ 

4  Clifford  S.  Bragdon. 
K  .Tam°s   J.    Mullen. 

5  Vacant. 

10  Mrs.   Mary   E.   Duian. 

12  Mrs.    Cecelia   M.    Champ'on. 

14  Orin   D.   Smith. 
16  Vacant. 

15  Firth   B.  Rolllnson. 
15  Frank    J.    Plp.-vr^on. 

SQTJAJIE     STREET 

117     Steuben     to    Conkling     Ave. — 12th     and 

15th    Wards. 
Johnson     Park. 

4  Oeorg°    W.    Roth. 
Miller   St.    Crosses. 

15  Fred   L     Boehlert. 
IS',2   George   H.    Scranton. 

19  Dwight    H.    Bayliss. 

20  Robert    R.    Williams. 

22  Hugh    Jones. 

23  Ora    Dain. 

23  Grace    Mays. 

24  William     ».     Boyd. 
26  Tony    Wopciehowski. 
29  Milton   R.   Williams. 

Howard    Ave.    Crosses. 

41  Charles    F.    Marmon. 


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MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHES,  HATS,  FURNISHINGS, 
SHOES  FOR  MEN  AND  BOYS 

Cor.  LaFayette  and  Seneca  Sts. 


SQUARE     STREET— Continued 

40  Mrs.    Mary    Starring. 

40  Jane    G.    Rolling. 

41  Charles   F.    Marmon. 
4iy2   Francis   C.   Helten. 

42  Vacant  lot. 

43  S.    Clark   Beebe. 

44  Mrs.    Emma    L.    Graystone. 

45  Clarence    E.    Wilder. 
48-50  Thomas   H.    Thomas. 
49  Michael    F.    Brophy. 

Nellson    St.    Crosses. 

56  Mrs.    Mary   A.    Roberts. 

58  Vacant    lot. 

60  Frank    Owens. 

60  Charles   J.   Holden. 

62  Mrs.    Linus    Clark. 

62  William    R.    DeLand. 

63  Rev.    Arthur   J.    Dean. 
Seymour   Ave.    Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 
SI  John    Lloyd. 
82  Harriet   Bannett. 
Dudley    Ave.    Crosses. 
91  John   Antes. 

Barn. 
95  Harold    R.    Alger. 
95  Frank  H.  Antes. 
Vacant    lots. 
Brlnckerhoff  Ave.    Crosses. 

123  Emil    Steinhorst. 
West   Shore    RR.    Crosses. 
Taylor    Ave.    Crosses. 
130  Vacant. 

132  Joseph    C.    Lanz. 

133  J.    Frank   Hannah. 

134  Mrs.   Nora  Tracy. 

134  Jane    E.    Owens. 

135  Edward     Lynch. 

136  Homer   J.    Hopkins. 
136  August  Gressens. 
138  George   J.    Albicker. 
138  Frederick  A.   Clark. 
140  Elizabeth     Reusswig. 

140  William    R.    Breckenridge. 
142  Fred   Steinhorst. 
142  Edward    T.    Moore. 
Ccnkling    Ave.     Crosses. 

ST.    JOHN'S    AVENUE 

Rutger    Beyond    Culver   Avs. — 13th    Ward. 

Vacant    lots. 

ST.     JOSEPH     STREET 

26  Canal  to  Johnson — 2d  Ward. 
1   Philip   Paul. 
1  Michael   Moose. 
1  Joseph    Chink. 


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2  Lawrence   Stawiarz. 

2  William    Sheldon. 

3  Pawel  Kudla. 

3  Lorenz  Les. 

4  Fred    Z.    Brucker. 

6  William   H.   Pritchard. 

7  Kostanty  Surdyk. 

8  Harvey  D.  Kahler. 
&h->  Joe  ZieleDski. 

9  Michael    Flood. 

10  William    Demling. 

Old   St.   Joseph's   Cemetery. 
12  Bonifay   Krecidle. 
12  John  Kupiec. 
14  John   Wernos. 
18-22  Frederick   Brown   &   Co. 
24  Thomas  Walsh. 
24  Joe    Xlkoden. 

D.,  L.  &  W.  R.  R.  Yard  Office. 

ST.    VINCENT    STREET 

198     South     to     City     Line — 12th     and     13th 
Wards. 

9  Vacant. 
9  Bernard   Ward. 
10  Corydon  S.  Chamberlain. 

10  Frank   J.   Schneider   . 

11  Vacant   lot. 

12  Andrew  C.  Heyburn. 

12  Leon    M.    Fauber. 

13  Alfred    E.    Jordan. 

14  Mrs.    Agnes    Sheridan. 

14  Daniel  Hennessy. 

15  Vincent  Oehler. 
15  John  J.  Riley. 
17  John   E.   Philo. 

17  Edward    C    Luley. 

18  John  Finnegan. 

IS  Arthur  R.  Wallis. 

19  Millen   S.   Tanner. 

19  Mrs.    Hannah    M.    Larkln. 

20  William  T..Purcell. 
20  David    Phelan. 

23  James  F.  Conroy. 

23  Fred   Wagner. 

24  Patrick  F.  Murphy. 

24  John  S.  Bingel. 

25  Owen    Galligan. 

27  Michael   J.    McGovern. 
2S  William  Clare. 

28  Xoble  John  Crippin. 
31  Vacant 

31  Edward    F.    Donohue. 

32  Bernard  F.   Peters. 
32  Elizabeth  Peters. 

34  Vacant   lot. 

35  Marion  F.  Hall. 
35  Addie   E.   Gossin. 

37  James  H.  Goodman. 
37  J.    T.    Stewart. 
Mortimer   St.    Ends. 

36-42  Vacant  lots. 
43  Henry  Luley. 

43  James    E.    Costello. 

44  Louisa  Stritt. 
44  John   E.   Lynch. 
46*  Frederick   Metzger. 

46  James    C.    Murray. 

47  Sebastian  Gloeckler, 

48  Vacant   lot. 

48  Frederick    Beckingham. 

49  David    Schultz. 

50  Norman   B.    Spencer. 
50  Fred    P.   Lake. 
51-55  Vacant  lots  . 

57  Nicholas  Rossiter. 

58  Charles  Perrollaz. 
58  Arthur  B.  Chard. 
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ST.  VINCENT  STEEET— Continued 

60  Veronica   M.   Doyle. 
60  Rudolf    Regetz. 

66  Mrs.    Mary    Unsell. 
Eagle  St.   Crosses. 

67  Michael    Howard. 

67  Carl  A.  Miller. 

68  Thomas  S.   Roman. 

69  James   Jennings. 
70-72  Vacant   lots. 

71  Ewald  Reichenberg. 

73  Jennie  Graham. 

74  Mrs.    Louisa    Mager. 

74  Lee   H.   Cramer. 

75  William   P.   Denny. 

75  Bridget    Welch.  ' 

76  Otto    Miekam. 

79  Mrs.    Ellen   Rush. 
79  Edward    Lynch. 
80-82  Vacant    lots. 
West    Shore    RR.    Crosses. 

Vacant   lots   to   City  Line. 

STAKK    STEEET 

Court    to    Hickory — 9th    Ward. 

1  Globe   Woolen    Mills. 

2  Dryer   M.    E.    Church. 
4  Patrick   Cooney. 

4  Patrick  Friery. 

6  John    J.    Rossiter. 

8  Agnes    Broeckel. 
10  Nelson  Levett. 
10  Frank    Friery. 
12  Christian  Bramer. 
12  Mary   Keiser. 
14  Mary   A.  .Brenner. 
14  Arthur  Leach. 
16  Frank  Kalish. 
16  Joe  Bourrie. 
16  Frank   Warhol. 
16  Joe    Codok. 
18  Frank    Nielczak. 
18  Thomas  Clifford. 
20  Frederick    W.    Rowlands. 
22  William    W.    Waldman. 
24  Enoch    Pugh. 
24  John    Bevan. 
26  Philip    Sullivan. 
26  Alfonso  Monaco. 
26  Nicholas   Roberts. 
26  Tony   Count. 
28  Charles    Wilkie. 
30  William    Evans. 
32  Raymond  L.  AVrench. 
32%  John  Melmert. 
34  Thomas    R.    Evans. 

36  Vacant  lot. 

37  David   George. 

38  Vacant. 

39  William    Pinkstone. 

39  John  F.  Crossley. 

40  Mrs.    Jenny   Richards. 

41  Vacant. 

42  Elizabeth  Evans. 
42  Verona  Bergner. 
44  Vacant   lot. 

46  Andrew  Maciol. 
46  Philip    Skawski. 
Warren   St.   Crosses. 

48  Frank   Warzata. 
48  Frank  Sokolowskl. 
50  Vacant    lot. 
52  Joseph  Knobloch. 

52  Tony   Wltte. 

53  Louis    Guckemus. 

53  Henry  Maus. 

54  Vacant    lot. 

55  Henry  Zobel. 


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55  Henry    Maus. 

54  Vacant    lot. 

56  Henry    Stocker. 

57  Severin    Jankiewicz. 
57  William   Michaels. 

55  Frank  Mircola. 
53  Louis  Lesnicki. 

Green    St.    Begins. 

59  George  W.  Kehting. 

59  Joseph   B.    Roberts. 
McVean    St.    Ends. 

60  John    A.    Dorn. 

60  Mrs.   Martha  E.   Stuber. 
62  Charles  K.   Hardiman. 
62  Jay  L.   Ramsey. 

64  August  L.  Engier. 

66  William  G.  Richards. 

68  Luce    Seiling. 

65  Charles  Keiser. 

6S  Rudolph     J.     Guckemus. 

69  George  Weymer.' 
Wager   St.    Crosses. 

70  John    Thomas. 

71  Vacant. 

71  George    Ritzel. 

72  Bridget    Murphy. 

73  Dennis  F.   Maher. 

73  Ernest    Menge. 

74  Joseph    Eiseman. 

75  John    Scheideman. 

75  Otto    Gross. 

76  Edward    Hobin. 

76  Frank    Pronto. 

77  Jacob    Weckler. 

77  Mrs.  Mary  Wilkinson. 

77  William    Wissler. 
7i>  John  Branagh. 

78  Mrs.  Mary  E.  Jones. 
Knox  St.  Crosses. 

80  Hugh    McElwin. 

80  Louis   Radell. 

81  Ernest    Brodt. 

82  James    L.    Martin. 
82  Henry  O'Toole. 

84  Bertha  Fisher. 

84  Augusta   Jacobs. 

85  Philip  Ehresman. 
85  Johanna    Brodt. 

88  Richard  Cummings. 
Cleveland    Ave.    Begins. 

89  Andrew    Bearer. 

90  John   R.   Hughes. 

90  Patrick  F.   Kelly. 

91  Frank    Bale. 

92  Christina    Ripley. 
92  Robert    B.    Lester. 

94  George  J.  Kreber. 

95  Vacapt   lot. 

97  Frederick    Berlin. 
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MAHER  BROTHERS 

EVERYTHING  THAT  BOYS 
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OPPOSITE  NEW  HOTEL  UTiCA. 


STAKE  STREET— Continued 

9S  David  Murphy. 

99-101  McQuade  &   Bannigan   Barns. 
100  Frederick    Pfeiffer. 

100  Frank  Rheiner. 
Walnut    St.    Crosses. 

102-104  Vacant    lots. 

105  Charles  F.  Wiedlea. 
110  Pierce    B.    Nolan. 

STATE    STREET 

Carton    Ave.    to    Oneida    Sq. — 3d    and    11th 
Wards. 

101  Frank    Grager. 

101  Mrs.    Frances    Draschil. 

101  John  Ringwald. 

102  Ambrose    Lee. 

103  Harry   C    White. 

103  Owen  MacRorie. 

104  Elizabeth    Larrtz.  , 

106  Mrs.    Mary   Felts. 

105  Nicholas  McGuinness. 
105  Evan   Davies. 

107  John    Schook. 
10S  Buick    Sales    Co. 
110  Joseph  Kammerlohr. 

Columbia  St.   Crosses. 

201  Charles   Donnelly. 

201  Walter  B.   Wood. 

201  Mrs.    Anna   Miller. 

201  Vacant. 

201  Minnie   Jones. 

201  Max  Jeraold.' 

201  Jas.  Priest. 

201  Vacant. 

201  Walter  Keller. 

Utica    Steam    and    Mohawk    Valley 
Cotton   Mills. 

203  Vacant. 

205-207  Mark    J.    Carmody. 

209  Hesse-Scharff    Co. 

211  Store   house. 

213  John   W.   Campbell. 

213  August  Kline. 
Cooper   St.    Crosses. 

Utica    Steam     and     M.     V.     Cotton 
Mills. 
Spring    St.   Crosses. 

245  Office  U.  S.  and  M.  V.  Cotton  Mills. 
Court    St.    Crosses. 

300-310  Oneida    Brewery. 

301  Wood    Wilson. 

301  Adolph  Roman. 

303  John    Cavanaugh. 

305  William    P.    Kelly. 

307  Adolph   Lowenberg. 

309  Vacant    lot. 


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311  Floyd    S.    Williams. 

311  Emma    Peebles. 

312  Mrs.    Mary    Henderson. 

313  Ellery   Tyler. 

313  Clarence    Reece. 

314  Dr.    J.    F.    Wingenbach. 

315  Thomas   O.   Shaw. 
315  Ella  N.  Flynn. 

315  Louise     A.     Austin. 
315  Milton    Byington. 
315  Frank    Turner. 

315  Vacant. 

316  Martha   Divine. 

317  Edward  T.   Coffee. 
317  Louis   Clark. 

317  George  Tarvis. 
317  Clarence    Tuttle. 
317  William     Rush. 

317  A.    M.    Reese.' 

318  Nicholas    Kuhn. 

318  Thomas  Finnerty. 

319  Edward  Reese. 
319  Vacant. 

319  Nettie   Horth. 
319  Vacant. 

319  Anna  E.   Schantz. 
Aiken    St.    Ends. 

320  Samuel  J.  Howes. 

320  Albert    C.    White. 

321  Catherine    Rush. 

321  Fred    A.    Snyder. 

322  William    E.    Mineley. 

322  John    H.    Handley. 

323  Edgar   E.    Owens. 

323  Herbert  P.   Vyner. 

324  Louis    Abelson. 

324  Max    Samoville. 

325  George    Lancaster 

326  Frederick  L.   Sang. 

326  Michael    P     Snyder. 

327  John    G.    Sweeney. 

329  Ruez    Magraw. 

330  Anna    Conley. 

330  Mrs.    Nora    Branagh. 
330  Colegrove    &-    Branagh. 
vlandeville    St.    Crosses. 
-    400  Clarence    C.    Boff. 

401  Thomas  A.  Kane. 

402  James    E.    Silliman. 

403  Charles   Kelly. 

404  Rev.   Jesse  Higgins. 

404  Mrs.  Hurd  Hunter. 
4?5  Ella    Ellison. 

406  Michael    Zevens. 

407  George    Fulmer. 

405  St.    George's    Church. 
409  Charles    S.    Hitchcock. 

409  Frank   B.   Lee. 

410  Rev.    Dana    W.    Bigelow. 
Cottage    Place    Crosses. 

500  Bernard    Weiss. 
501-507  Vacant    lots. 
502  Charles   A.    Pease. 
502  Addison   J.    Pease. 
504  Michael    T.    Charles. 
506  Edward  F.  Wetzel. 

508  Susan    Goodrich. 

509  Rabbi   L.   J.    Haass. 

509  Hyman   Goldstein. 

510  Lora    Burton. 
William    St.    Begins. 

511  Frederick  W.  Owen. 

513  Vacant    lot. 

514  Peter   J.    Robischon. 

515  William   E.    Owen. 

516  Mrs.   Helen   Hichman. 
516  Dr.  Charles  N.  Hichman. 


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STATE     STREET— Continued 

517  William    Schachtel. 
51S  Robert  McKinnon. 

518  Vacant. 

518  Vacant. 

519  Thomas   T.   Dolan. 
Henry   St.    Begins. 

520  Jeremiah   Gomph. 

521  T.   R.   Proctor's   Barn. 
525  F.  T.  Proctor's  Garage. 

525  Lee  Hayes. 
527-529  Vacant    lots. 

522  Omar  M.  Decker. 
Klrkland    St.    Begins. 

524  Daniel   T.   Dolan. 

526  Henry  S.   Mowers. 
528  Edward    H.    Gilbert. 
530  William    E.    Maynard. 
530  James  W.  Green. 

530  George    Harris. 
530  Wilbur  C.    Smith. 
530  Samuel  W.  Wetzel. 

530  Vacant. 

531  James  R.  Kennedy.  ' 
532-534  Plymouth    Church. 

537-539  Utica    Sanitary    Plumbing    Co. 
Plant    St.    Begins. 

600  Dr.  James  W.  W.  Dimon. 

STERLING    ROW 

Begins  at  513  Water— 2d  Ward 
Peter  Szczesny. 
John   Krupa. 
Pytko  Jacob., 
Andrew    Stanisz. 
Wopciech  Paciorek. 
William  C.  Walker. 
Adam   Gorski. 
Fred   Buck. 
Joseph  Saladino. 

STEUBEN     PARK 

Junction     of    Park    Ave.     and     Charlotte — 
4th  Ward. 

1  Dr.  James  W.   Fleming. 

2  William  A.   Semple. 

3  Joseph  M.   Baker. 
Park    Baptist    Church. 
Armory  N.  Y.   S.   N.  G. 

5  Fred  W.   Balch. 

6  Dr.  Morris  J.  Davies. 
10  Mrs.  Ellen  A.  Roberta. 
10  William  B.  Quigley. 

12  Mrs.  L.  Henry  Birdseye. 
14  Mrs.   Henry  Hughes. 
14  Mrs.  Joseph  Wicks. 
16  Herman  J.  Schilz. 
18  Charles    I.    Williams. 
20  David  L.  Davies. 

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Wards. 
Armory  Place. 
,     1  Mrs.    Nettie    Millet. 
2'  Helen     Avary. 

2  Mrs.  Maria  Langworthy. 

3  James  S.   Kernan. 

5  Martin    Curran. 
5%  John  D.  Kelly. 

6  Harriet   A.    Wolcott. 

7  John  Hackett. 

8  Miss  Harriet  G.  Rae. 

9  John  Q.   Hughes. 

10  W.   Henry  Skerritt. 

11  Edward   Jones. 

12  Walter  J.  Helfert. 

13  Mrs.   Jane  M.  Jones. 

14  Henry  W.  Meyers. 


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15  James   B.   Roberts. 

16  John    P.    Fletcher. 

17  Joseph  C.  Diefenbach. 

17  Everett   D.   Kenney. 
17%  M.    Theodore    Ohart. 

18  Asa  L.   Winn. 

19  Mrs.   Jennie  Huntley. 

19  Ella    Dromgole. 

20  George   L.   Porter. 

20  Margaret   McMahon. 

21  Mrs.   Mary  Ellis. 
23  James  Hea'.ey. 

South    St.    Crosses. 

28-30-32  The  James  Apartment  House 
1   to   9  have  entrance  at  42   South 
St.    (See   42    South). 

10  Vacant. 

11  George  Wider. 

11  Mrs.   Margaret  Virkler. 

14  Arthur  E.  MacMaster. 

15  Vacant. 

16  Mary   Trimble. 

17  Eugene   C.   Riendeau. 

18  Francis    M.    Fuller. 

19  Walter  Rice. 

20  Mrs.   Margaret  Miller. 

21  John  Reiben. 

22  Mrs.   Maude  Robertson. 

23  Miss  Jessie  Ruth. 

23  Mrs.  Eva  Clark. 

24  Vacant. 

25  Harry  D.  Almy. 

26  Mary    Nolan. 

26  Nellie    Cosgrove. 

27  Mrs.   Ella  Wood. 

28  Mrs.   Sarah  Patterson. 

29  Vacant. 

30  Mrs.  Sarah  Radway. 

31  Minnie    E.    Dickerson. 

32  Mrs.    Margaret   Hickox. 

33  James  Morandi. 

34  Mrs.    Anna    Ottman. 

35  Vacant. 

36  Mrs.  Emma  L.  Birdsall. 

37  Frank  H.   Markham. 

38  J.    C.   Pallas. 

39  Vacant. 

40  Vacant. 

Rear   of    The    James    Flats.    32    Steuben 
St.,   known  as   Bellevue   Place. 
1  Vacant. 

1  Mrs.   Catharine  Brown. 

2  Vacant. 

3  Vacant. 

2D  Evan  M.  Evans. 
31  George  Healey. 
33  Vacant. 

33  Robert     R.     Thomas. 

34  William    Tobin. 


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STEUBEN    STREET— Continued 

35  Mrs.    Ann   Pritchard. 

36  A.   M.   Stiefvater. 

36  Mrs.  Georgia  Wilcox. 

36  Delia    Stanburgh. 

37  Thomas  W.   Miller. 
3S  William   G.    Price. 

39  Mrs.    Marion   Seeber. 

40  Katherine  M.  Conroy. 

40  Hugh   J.    Owens. 

41  S.  H.  Root. 

41  Harriet  M.   Williams. 

42  Vacant  lot. 

,,     43  George   Pflanz. 

44  Roscoe  R.  Jones. 

45  J.   Lewis  Jones. 

46  Morris  G.  Morris. 

47  Wilder  B.   Farrell. 

48  Ann   Hughes. 

49  William  J.   Thomas. 

50  James    Gavan. 

50  William  Pruey. 

51  Chester  A.   Raymonda. 

51  Mrs.   Lula  Church. 

52  W.   George  Williams. 
52  William   Humphrey. 

55  John   W.    Conway. 

56  William  J.   Owens. 

57  John   E.    Stuber. 

58  Walter   Schrier.  ' 

59  James  E.  Graham. 
59  Mary   Keegan. 

61  Minnie  E.  Collins. 

62  Louis    A.    Jones. 

63  W.   Hughes  Jones. 

64  Mrs.   Margaret   Balch. 

65  Vacant   Lot. 

66  Ernest  J.  Bingel. 

67  John    Franz. 

68  Marinda    Rogers. 

68  William  E.   Case. 

69  Mary    Roscoe. 

69  William  N.   Burnop. 

70  Ellis    Thomas. 

70%  Mrs.  Zipporah  Harris.    „ 
70%   Hattie  Harter. 

71  Fred   Hathaway. 

71  Eugene  Kuolt. 
Eagle  St.  Crosses. 

72  George  F.  Carpenter. 

73  The  Helfert. 

73  Eugene  J.   Kuolt. 

73  Mrs.    Mary   Risley. 

73  Mrs.  E.  E.  Dewey. 

73  Max    Selfert. 

73  Vacant. 

73  DeEaston   Comstock. 


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73  Vacant. 

73y2    Evan    E.    Thomas. 

74  Alex  Roth. 

/  75  Walter  F.  Evans. 
75%  Henry  R.  Jones. 
76  Ira   E.    Weaver. 
76  Daniel   Cronin.  , 

76  Richard  Scofield. 

77  Griffith    Jones. 
77%  Peter   Gaffney. 

79  Herbert  G.  Johnson. 

79%  Mrs.  E.  Martha  Pringle. 

80  Daniel  Cronin. 

80  Walter  F.   Evans. 
80%   Alfred   C.   Luce. 
82  Richard   Evans. 
S3  Michael  Sherry. 
S3  Orlander  S.  Teter. 

84  Morris  J.  Jones. 

85  Eugene   Davis. 
85%  Ellis  E..  Roberts. 

86  Mrs.    Frances   Watches. 
Louisa  St.    Ends. 

87  William  Boppell. 

88  Nicholas  McCarthy. 

89  Anna   L.    Evans. 
S9  Florence  Manning. 

90  John   D.   Preston. 

91  John  F.  Rogers. 

91  Philip  F.  Smith. 

92  W.   Charles  Blodgett. 

92  William   F.    Blodgett. 

93  John  E.  Piper. 

93  William  H.  Hill. 

94  Robert  W.  Jones. 

94  William  Graham. 

95  John   M.   Murphy. 
95%  Richard   W.   Jones. 

96  William  Bartnick. 

96  Samuel  B-  Sumner. 
96%  Robert  Carous. 

97  Leslie  Parrott. 

97  Mrs.   Johanna  Gibbons. 

98  Mrs.   Mary  Murphy. 
Leah   St.   Crosses. 

99  James    Williams. 
99%  Mrs.   Jane   Jones.    • 

100  Jay  W.  Harter. 

100  Robert    Block. 

100  Lincoln  E.  BrownelL 

100  Ellis   Thomas. 

100  Mrs.  Zephora  Harris. 

100  I.    N.    Lovenheim. 

101  George   D.   Meade. 
101%  William  E.  Barton. 

102  William  R.   Williams. 

103  Mrs.   Mary  T.   Orcutt. 

104  Vacant    lot. 

105  Lyman   Skinner. 

105  Robert  L.   Stenphenson. 
105%  T.  William  Arthur. 

106  Thomas    Murphy. 

106  James    T.    Dolan. 

107  Morris  D.  Odell. 

108  Philip  P.   Ward. 

108  Peter  Marron. 

109  John  W.  Pierce. 

110  Hugh  B.  Pierce. 

110%  Jeremiah   C.   Buckley. 
Hobart  St.  Ends. 

111  Ezra  H.  Mathewson. 

112  Mrs.    Maria   Stillman. 

112  Michael   Gawkins. 

113  William  H.  Hughes. 

114  Mrs.   Emily  Snider. 

114  John  F.   Tessdale. 

115  Mary  A.   Claesgens. 


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STEUBEN  STKEET— Continued 

116  John    Ryan. 

116  Mrs.  Grace  McNair. 

117  Margaret  E.  McAvoy. 

117  Daniel  J.  Larkin. 
Square   St.    Begins. 

118  James    Cullen. 

118  Mrs.  Anastasia  M.   Higgs. 
119-121  Vacant    lots. 
120  Mrs.   Annie   Murphy. 
122  Charles   F.    Brunner. 

122  Hugh  Thomas  . 

123  Charles    F.    Robards. 

123  Robert   Roberts. 

124  Arthur  H.  Sautter. 

124  Robert  B.  Georgia. 
Gold  St.    Ends. 

125  Amil    Tritten. 

125  James    A.     Dobbins. 
128  William  F.  Brown. 

128  George  E.   Moosbrugger. 
127  John  G.  Williams. 

129  Edward  S.  Tobin. 

129  Stephen    A.    Sweeney. 

130  Louise   M.   Heslan. 

131  Mrs.    Gertrude    Luker. 

132  George  McGee. 

133  Vacant  lot. 

134  David  J.   Walsh. 

134  George  G.  Moore. 
Union    Ave.    Ends. 

135  Robert    Roberts. 
137  William    A.    Jones. 
139  Ellis  T.   Jones. 

139  Vacant. 

139  Edward   F.   Kelley. 

140  Thomas  B.   Madden. 

141  Charles    B.    Forbes. 

142  John  Morgan. 

143 'Henry   Smallenberger. 

144  Thomas  P.   Kernan. 
144%  Lewis    Bartlett. 

145  William  H.  Curtis. 

145  Jacob  Ammann. 

146  C.  S.  Keefer. 
146%  Joseph  F.  Roth. 

147  Vacant  Lot.  - 

149  John   McGulrl. 
Arthur   St.    Begins. 

148  Joseph   T.    Holihan. 
148  Marguerite  Kirch. 

150  Mary    Corrigan. 

150  Clarence  Oliver. 
Grove   Place   Ends. 

151  Joseph   N.    Corrigan. 

151  Joseph   M.   Roth. 

152  Thomas    J.    Mclncrow. 

153  Henry   J.    Burns. 
153  Charles   A    Alt. 
153  Mrs.   Jane  Jones. 

153  Robert  W.  Williams. 

154  A.   E.   Mathewson. 

155  Louis  I.  Clarke. 
155%  Thomas  Head. 

156  M.   C.   Rohm. 

157  Frank  J.  Young. 
157%  Eugene  R.  Canfleld. 

158  George    L.    Yaehrllng. 

158  Daniel  A.   Riker. 

159  Robert  J.  Morton. 

160  John   Tine. 

160  James  O.   Evans. 

161  Joseph  L.   Raab. 

161%  Thomas  F.  Horrl«an. 

162  Dennis    Mulchy. 

162  Robert  W.   Williams. 
1C3  Mrs.    Esther   McCralth. 


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165  William  Hughes,   Jr. 
165%  Daniel  Goodwin. 

166  Harold  W.  Barber. 

166  Mrs.   Delia  Kent. 
168  Vacant. 

167  Anthony    Kieffer. 
167%  Jennie  Gubbins. 

168  John   F.    Brand. 

168  John  H.   Carney. 

169  William  H.  Richards. 

169  James  S.  McClements. 

170  Maisie  Isaac. 

170  Edwin  H.   Jones. 

171  John  B.  Weiss. 
171%    George   Roberts. 
•172  Isaac  Humphrey. 

172  H.  J.  Congdon. 

173  Burt  A.  Sherman. 
173%  James  T.  Welsh. 

175  George  G.  Yule. 

174  Charles  B.  Greeker. 

176  William    J.    Doolin. 

176  Isaac  H    Pierce. 
Addlngton   Place   Begins. 

177  Ernest  Whittemore. 
177  William  H.  Yule. 

177  Alice  C.  Alexander. 

178  George  F.   Clark. 

178  Olney   B.    Ladd. 

179  Leroy    Derby. 

179%    Mrs.   Florence  Boyd. 

180  Frank    v..    Carter. 

180  William  J.   Howlin. 

181  William  H.   McCann. 

182  Edwin  W.   Swancott. 

182  W.   A.  Tibbits. 

183  Richard  J.  Morrisey. 
183  George  H.  White. 

185  David  S.   Roberts. 

186  Raymond  J.  Johnston. 

186  Rensselaer  I.  Garlick. 

187  William  J.  Davies. 

188  Mrs.  Margaret  D.  Smith. 

188  Mrs.   Emma   Wood. 

189  Ernest  K.  Edie. 

190  Earl   T.   Connors. 
190  Thomas  J.  Connors. 
191-193  Vacant  lots. 

192  Flora  J.  Wood. 

194  William  G.  O'Brlea 

195  Empire   Coal   Co. 

196  Mrs.   John   F.   Ryan. 

197  William   Marron. 

199  Adelbert   M.    Rockwell. 

200  John  J.   Foley. 

West   Shore   Railroad   Crosses. 

201  James  Bryan. 

202  John  Nolan. 

202  William  Franz. 

203  Thomas    Ryan. 


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UTICA   CITY    [1913]    STREET    DIRECTORY 


MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHIERS  FOR  BOYS  AND  MEN 
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STEUBEN  STREET— Continued 

203  Frank  A.    Rockwell. 

204  Mrs.   Lizzie   Blancher. 
204  William  Albach. 
205-207  Vacant  lots. 

206  Edward    J.    Duerheimer. 
209  Thomas  Jenkins. 

209  George    Bartholomew. 
208  Michael.   J.    Howlin. 

210  Vacant  lot. 

212  John   G.   Hueston. 

213  Charles    W.    Bateman. 

213  Fred   Kaehlen. 
313  Joseph  Vaeth. 

James   St.    Crosses. 

214  232  Watson-Williams  Park. 

215  Owen   Jones. 
215  Lewis  P.   Jones. 
219  E.   D.   Scruton. 
219  George  Hoffman. 
221  Edmund    Anable. 
223  Marie  Gribnau. 
225  William  T.  McCoy. 
227  Edward    Schroeder. 
229  Edward  O'Brien. 
229  Howard   Knapp. 
231  Clarence  Dickinson. 
231  William  G.  Koehl. 

Elmwood    Place    Ends. 
233  John   R.   Roberts. 
233  J.  William  Miles. 
235  Brainard  H.   Woodard. 

235  Mrs.    Mary    Newell. 

236  Vacant  lot. 

239  Mrs.   Leon   Moore. 
273  Vacant  Lot. 

239  Millie  Croft. 
234-238  Vacant   lots. 

241  King  H.  Freeman. 
Vacant    lots. 

240  Lafayette  H.  Hannas. 
240  Vacant. 

240  Frank   E.   Stephens. 

242  Henry  E.   Milgate. 

243  Raymond  G.  Milgate. 
244-249  New   Street. 

245  Tracy  M.   Davis. 
245  Gurnal   A.   Jones. 
247  William  P.  Deprix. 
247  George  E.  Kunkel. 
251  Lewis  Roberts. 
251-263  Vacant  Lots. 
267  Charles  J.   Ehresman. 
Vacant  Lots. 
Pleasant   St.    Crosses. 

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2  Edward  H.  Collmer. 

2  John    E.    Manley. 

3  Amelia   Cunningham. 

4  Mrs.    Lena   Lux. 
4  Floyd  Crouse. 

4  Daniel   Schmidt. 

5  Thomas  Sebastian. 

6  John    Wenzel. 

7  Andrew   B.    Wollner. 

8  Joseph  Kowalski. 

8  William  O'Donohoe. 

9  Charles    Mathis. 

9  Michael  McGraph. 

10  Barn. 

11  William   Hauser. 
11  John    Benson. 

13  Julia    Kienle. 

13  David   W.    Fisher. 

STORRS    AVENUE 

Ella   St.   to    Oneida   St. 

Vacant  Lots. 

SUMMIT    PLACE    , 

Park    Ave.    to    Eagle — 7th    Ward. 
2  Octavius  Applegate. 
4-8  Vacant    lots. 
5  William    H.    Kless. 

5  Frank    Curran. 

6  Frank  R.   Lewis. 

7  Thomas    C.    McDermott. 
7  John  F.   Calder. 

7  Thomas  M.   McLoughlin. 

7  Joseph   F.    Cleveland. 

8  H.   Barrow  Parry. 

9  Willard  G.  Lownsbery,  Sr. 

10  Caleb   E.    Davies. 

11  Henrietta  Huxford. 

12  Alfred   A.    Williams. 

13  Charles   E.   Wiegand. 

14  Robert    P.    Roberts. 

15  Charles  W.  Pratt. 
•     16  Michael    Hooks. 

17  Henry   M.    Ney. 

18  William   C.    Stevens. 

19  Katherine   H.    Judson. 

19  Fred   W.  Hirt. 

20  Volney  G.   Pfluke. 
21-21%  The    Summit- 
William  Trimbey. 

Samuel  H.  French. 

Thomas  F.  McKeough. 

Fred  J.   Stroebel. 

Mary  M.   Jones. 

Henry  W.  Rowley. 

George  H.   Greenman. 

Margaret  E.  Allison.       , 

Capt.  Ed.  D.  Lewis. 

22  St.  Francis  De  Sales  Convent. 

23  Edmund  J.  Wager. 

24  Bernard    J.    Sweeney. 

25  Mary   S.    Curtiss. 

26  George   W.    Sanborn. 

27  J.    Phil    Bannigan. 

28  Annex   of   St.    Francis   De   Sales 

Convent. 

29  Frederick    E.    Gaus. 
31  Albert    Seelman. 

33  T.   Arthur   Brand. 

SUNSET    AVENUE 

Varlck   to   City    Line— 9th    and   11th   Ward*. 

100  Vacant. 

105-107  Joseph    J.    Weimer. 

109  Benjamin   F.   Hichman. 

Ill  John  F.   Rieth. 

Ill  C.    E.    Blackstone. 
Spring  St.   Ends. 
Junction    of   Varlck. 


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SUNSET     AVENUE— Continued 

114-116  Joseph   H.    Remmer. 

115  Helen  Dorsey. 

117  Arthur   D.    Carney. 

119  John    Ball. 

120  Edward   J.    Coyne. 
120  Mrs.  George  Weiler. 
122  Charles  Davey. 

122  Charles   B.   Lepsie. 
122  Mrs.  Mary  J.  Hyde. 
Court   St.    Crosses. 

201  Joseph  J.   Sauer. 

203  Phillip  M.  Finger. 

204  George  Dfessel,  Sr. 

205  John    H.    Rehm. 

206  Rev.    Edward   Hughes. 
206  Mrs.    Sarah    Simson. 

208  The    First    Church    of    the    Evan- 
gelical  Association. 
Roberts    St.    Ends. 

210  Edward  G.   Schultz. 

212  Charles  S.  Bowes. 

213  A.   May   Fulmer. 

213  George   M.    L.    Friedel. 
216  Jane  Hudson. 

216  Carl   Tesmer. 

217  Adam   Youngworth. 
'217  Samuel  I.   Jones. 

218  John  F.  Harvey. 

219  Edward  J.  Clyne. 
222  Catharine  Fenton. 
222  Ellen    Rich. 

223-225  Valentine  Keiser. 
Bristol   St.    Ends. 

226  Frank  Grager. 

229  Harry   Bridget. 

230  Mary  B.  Schmidt. 
230  Verner  W.  Murray. 

230  Martin    G.    Kunkel. 

231  Thomas  R.  Bailey. 

231  Jane    A.    Bailey. 

232  Martha   Cowley. 

232  Edwin  H.  Westfall. 

233  Edward  G.   Miller. 
233  Fred   McKelbach. 
234-236  Vacant   lots. 
235  John   P.    Miller. 

237  William   Hasenbauer. 

238  Cornelius  Haley. 
238  James  F.   Branagh. 

240-258  Globe   Woolen    Mills   Land. 
Stevens  St.    Begins. 

241  Mrs.  Barbara  Fisher. 

241  Louise    Mathews. 

243  May   Kelly. 

245  John   Davis. 

243  Frank  X.  Schmidt. 

247  Adam  P.  Hoffmann. 

247  Elizabeth    Latham. 

249  William  R.  Burke. 

249  Leonard    Foxenberger. 

251  Frederick  Hamellne. 

260  Joseph  A.  Harding. 

260  Louise  F.   Yager. 

260  William  H.   Baumgras. 

264-266  George   A.   Bach. 
Warren    St.    Crosses. 

300  Mrs.  John  Wagner. 

300  William  Klrke. 

300  Joseph  J.  Brlxlus. 

301-303  Julius  Fulmer. 

304  Mrs.  Mary  DeLester. 

304  John   Fuhrer. 

305  Andrew  Breckel. 

305  Joseph  Worth. 

306  Arthur  Letts. 

307  Thomas  E.  Qulnn. 


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307  Andrew  Alshelmer. 
30S-310  Vacant  lots. 
309  'William   Johnson. 
309  John  J.  Weber. 
313  Albert  Steeger. 
312  G.   Adam   Sauer. 
McVean   St.    Begins. 

315  George   Hoerle. 

316  Charles  F.  Mahanna. 
316  Mrs.  Mary  McXally. 
316  James    Hallcran. 

316  Vacant. 

317  Vacant. 

31S  Edmund  Phillips. 

31S  Mrs.   Ernest  P.  Aitken. 

319  George  Becraft. 

320  Henry   H.    Davis. 

321  James    G.    Wilburt. 

322  Ferguson   Kelly. 

322  Llewellyn   Jones. 

323  Roberts   &   Aitken. 
325  David    Roberts. 
325  William  Mosher. 
327  Vacant  lot. 

Wager   St.    Ends. 

N.  Y.,  O.  &  W.   RR.  Crosses. 

329  Henry  C.  Leefeldt. 

335  George   L.    Fuller. 

333  Hiram   Burdick. 

3:',3  Walter  E.   Dondley. . 

349  Fuller   Stone   Works. 
Wheeler   Ave.   Crosses. 
Klrkland   St.    Ends. 

337  Fred  Allen. 

339  Ellen   Steffer. 

339  Edmund    Maine. 

340  William  A.  Schmidt. 
343-345  Vacant  lots. 

344  Vacant   lot. 

357  Barn. 

360  Frank  Luhowiecka. 

360  Martin  Starczewskl. 

362  Joseph  Noryhs. 

362     Sanislaw  Moryks. 

364  William  E.    Boon. 

364  George  Cunningham. 

366  Jacob  Hoffman. 
Lincoln    Ave.   Crosses. 
Plant   St.    Ends. 

401  Michael  D.  Waldron. 

403  Fred  J.  Rath. 

403  Harold  S.   Eggers. 

403  Frank  P.  Qulnn. 

403  Regena  Retzel. 

407  Sylvester  D.   Powers. 

409  Edgar  C.  Payne. 
Tracy    St.    Ends. 

413  Thomas  J.   McAndreus. 

415  Charles   Elmore. 

415  Mrs.    Sarah   Charles. 


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MAHER  BROTHERS 

CLOTHES,  HATS,  FURNISHINGS, 
SHOES  FOR  MEN  AND  BOYS 

Cor.  LaFayette  and  Seneca  Sts. 


SUNSET     AVENUE— Continued 

418  Michael   C.    Hoffmaster. 

418  Mrs.   Lena   Hoffman. 

419  John   G.    Trembley. 

419  Jay  K.  Jones. 

420  Thomas   J.    Lennon. 

421  Fred  G.   Brenner. 

421  Joseph  F.  Oster. 

422  Edward  J.  Leard. 
422  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Bayer. 
424  James  F.   Cahill,   Jr. 

424  John   C.   Wagner. 

425  Earl    G.    Miller. 

425  Sidney  R.    Green. 
427  George  F.    Smith. 

426  William  G.  Guckemus. 
426  George  R.   Bensberg. 

Noyes   St.    Crosses. 

500  Ernest   Owens. 

501  E.  Huther  &  Co. 
501  Charles  Kotary. 
503  Warren  A.   Vivyan. 

503  George   W.    Ulingworth. 

504  John  Clancy. 

505  Mrs.   Elizabeth  MameL 
505  Henry   C.    Seim. 

505  Earl   J.    Rogers. 

506  Charles    B.    Austin. 

507  Daniel  Swancott. 

507  Walter  D.  Taylor. 

508  Dennis  L.   Daily. 

509  Church  of  Holy  Communion. 
512  Emil  A.   Werren. 

512  John  H.   Burke. 
Mulberry  St.  Crosses. 

600  John  H.  Froehllg. 

600  Clarence  D.  England. 

601  Charles    D.    Adams. 

601  Morris    Simpson. 

602  Robert  H.  Perry. 

603  John   T.   Downey. 

603  Rev.  John  W.  Smith. 

604  Isaac  N.   Hughes. 

604  Isaac  I.  Hughes. 

605  Frank  J.   Hameline. 

606  Edward  Dowdle. 

606  DeCal   L.   Hakes. 

607  Herman  H.  Metzger. 

607  F.   Raymond  Lasher. 

608  Edwin   C.    Babcock,   M.   D. 

609  Michael   Cecora. 
609  John  F.  Connolly. 
609  Michael  P.  McGinty. 
611  William    J.    Weir. 

Chestnut    St.    Crosses. 

701  Russel  A.  Brown. 

702  John   Kelly. 


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703  Eugene  N.  Leuthauser. 

703  Charles    Mayer    &    Co. 

704  Maurice   Kenny. 

706  Charles    Miller. 

707  William   S.   Pugh. 

708  Jeremiah  F.  Meagher. 

709  David   E.    Owens. 

709  William  C.   Xewton. 

710  Albert    Germann. 

710  Carl  W.  Tillman. 

711  John   E.   Hoefler. 

712  Charles    L.    Kleindienst. 
Oswego  St.  Crosses. 

800  Julius  G.  Schaub. 
S00  William  Vaeth. 

802  Edward  D.  Bryant. 

803  Joseph  Cohen. 

804  Vacant    lot. 

805  James  C.  Bigelow,  Sr. 

806  Patrick   G.   Duggan. 
806  Wallace    N.    Hobble. 

808  Frank   McGowan. 

809  Dr.  P.  Foster  Bigelow. 
809  James  C.  Bigelow,  Jr. 
811  John  H.   Newman. 

811  William   Conover. 
Waverly    Place   Crosses. 

900  Joseph  E.  Hoover. 

901  Barney  Lumberg. 
901  Royal   C.    Warring. 
903  Helen   L.   Rendell. 

903  Mrs.  Marion  McGregor. 

904  Anna  C.  Henry. 
906  Fred   J.    Briggs. 
908  Thomas   S.   Adams. 
910  Charles   Kachel. 
912-916  Vacant    lots. 

Watson   Place   Crosses. 

1000  Harold    C.    Young. 
lOOOMrs.    Ella   L.    Owen. 

1001  Vacant   lot. 

1003  Charles  V.   Kirkland. 

1003  Theodore    S.    Geerer. 

1004  James    R.    Jones. 

1005  Edgar   Pugh. 
1007  Russell   Manter. 

1007  Roscoe  C.  Anderson. 

1006  Addison    M.    Wood. 

1008  Charles  H.  Davidson. 

1009  J.   Metcalf  Thurston. 

1010  James  C.   Bigelow  &   Son. 

1011  Charles  J.   Schultz. 
1013  Floyd  W.   Treible. 

1015  William  J.  Weir. 

1016  Mary   Burton. 

1017  Charles   F.   Hanauer. 
1019  Herbert  N.    Burrill. 

Shaw   St.    Crosses. 

1100  Richard   U.    Sherman. 

1101  Vacant. 

1102  Hobart   V.   Roberts. 

1103  M.  Angelo  Coo'per. 

1105  Edward   Smith. 
Avery   Place   Ends. 

1106  Hon.  Merwin  K.  Hart. 

1107  T.  Harvey  Ferris. 

1109  Carl   L.    Spofford. 

1110  William   F.   Bossert. 

1112  William    L.    Bowes. 

1113  Thomas  F.  Murphy. 

1114  George  B.   Minor. 

1114  George    F.    Murray. 
Sprlngate  St.  Ends. 

1115  William   D.   Ferris. 

1116  Alexander  W.  Doollttle. 

1117  Vacant  lot. 

1119  J.  Stanley  Owen. 
1118-1126  Vacant   lots. 


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SUNSET    AVENUE— Continued 

1121  James  R.  Hanauer. 

1121  Rudolph    W.    Beuthenmuller. 

1123  Vacant  lot. 

1127  Arthur  O'Brien. 

1129  Henry  G.  Swertfager. 
Sherman   Place   Ends. 

1133  George    W.    Fretts. 

1133  Joseph  O'Rourke. 

1135  Frederick  H.   Darling. 

1137  George  H.  Haggerty. 

1137  Gilbert  W.    Benedict. 

1139  Mrs.  Augusta  Vogel. 

1141  Brayton  T.  Clark. 

1143  A.  Roy  Hitchcock. 
Newell   St.  Crosses. 

1200  Frederick  E.  Grimm. 

1202  David  H.   Ames. 

1204  Paul  C.  Willard. 

1205  Home  for  Aged  Men  and  Couples. 

1206  Faxton    Hospital    and    School    for 

Nurses. 
Pleasant  St.  Crosses. 

Horatio   Seymour   Park. 
Sunset  Place. 

1330  Martin  A.   Crowe. 

1332  Curtis  J.   Wright. 

1333  Brant  Brothers. 
Mildred  Ave.  Begins. 

Vacant  lots. 
Arnold  Ave.  Begins. 
The  Plantadendron. 

Vacant. 

Vacant  lots. 
West    Shore   Railroad    Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 
Mason    PI.    Crosses. 

1503  B.    E.   Tilton. 
1505  Frank  L.   Kellogg. 

Vacant  lots. 
Melrose   Ave.   Crosses. 

1596  Seymour  D.  Forbes.  . 

1600  Charles  H.  Greer. 
Seward   Ave.  Crosses. 

1703  H.   Waiter   Bonney. 

1705  Albert  B.    Gibbs. 

1706  Dr.    A.    W.    Tracy. 
1708  Ernest  F.  Eberle. 
1710  Vacant. 

1712  Charles  W.   Bushinger. 
Meeker   Ave.   Crosses. 

1714  Francis  A.  Myers. 

1716  William   G.   Astle. 

1720  George  R.  Jones. 

1722  Henry  O.  Hughes. 
At  this  point  there  is  a  break  in  the 
street.  The  street  is  not  continuous.  The 
D.,  L.  &  W.  crosses,  and  beyond  the  street 
continues  again  to  Osborn  Ave.,  New  Hart- 
ford. 

1504  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Baxter 
1806  Frank  H.   Hill. 

1810  G.    Albert   Dagwell. 
1814  Henry  J.   Dillenbeck. 
1S18  Mrs.   Julia  L.   Phillips. 
180S  Varner  W.   Crowner. 
1S16  Mrs.    Jessie    F.    Alexander. 
1817  Jennie  Backus. 

SUNSET    PLACE 

708  Genesee  to  Sunset  Ave. 
3  John  R.  Ayers. 
3  Robert  Frost. 
5  D.  Hendrick  Town. 
7  Vacant 

9  Edward  G.  Mathews. 
11  Aloysius  Bannigan. 
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19  George    Dommasch. 

19  John  T.  Williams. 
21  Michael  J.  Carrol. 
27  Maurice   Rector. 

27  Milton  Cruikshank. 
27  Clyde  N.  Schoenley. 
29  Vacant  Lot. 

TABER  PLACE 

From    12    McBride    South. 
Vacant    Dots. 
Highland  Ave.  Crosses. 

4  Hugh   Feeley. 

5  Mrs.   Carrie  Kunkel. 

7  John  Cusworth. 

8  Henry  S.   Rycroft. 
10  Vacant  House. 

Maynard  Ave.  Crosses. 
Vacant   Lots. 

TAYLOR     AVENUE 

60     Rutger     to      Pleasant — 10th     and     12th 
Wards. 
St.    Vincent's   Industrial    School. 
2  Mrs.  Margaret  Eichler. 
2%  James  W.    Smith. 
4  Mrs.  Mary  D.  Welch. 

6  Patrick   McCaffrey. 
6  Harry   Watkins. 

8  Sarah  A.    St.   Leger. 

8  Vacant. 

8  M.    Angela    Boboy. 
12  Mrs.    Bridget   Manahan. 
14  James   M.    Ellard. 
14  John   J  Rielly. 
16  Charles   H.    Taylor. 
18  William  J.  Jordan. 

20  Arwed  Retter. 
South  St.   Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 
25  Arthur  F.  Sutorius. 
25  Mrs.  Emma  E.  Manning. 

27  James    W.    Allen. 

28  Mrs.   Bridget  Jordan. 

29  William    Yeomans. 

29  Earl   S.    Smith. 

30  Charles    B.    Gibbons. 
SO  James  Morris. 

31  Mrs.    Rose   Martin. 

31  Joseph    H.    Robbins. 

32  Herbert   L.    Day. 

32  Lydia  Finch. 

33  Arthur  A.  Jones.  ' 

33  Thomas   E.    Briggs* 

34  Richard  W.  Owens. 

34  Celestine   M.    Keiffer. 
34%  John  J.   Ryan. 

34%  Elizabeth    McGuire. 

35  Samuel    Wjnterbottom. 

35  Margaret   N.   Booth. 

36  Frank   C.   Roth. 


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EVERYTHING  THAT  BOYS 

AND  MEN  WEAR 

OPPOSITE  NEW  HOTEL  UTICA. 


TAYLOR    AVENUE— Continued 

36  Emma  A.  Turner. 

37  Mrs.  Emma  O'Mara. 

37  Andrew  J.  Clark. 
3S  Elizabeth    Perry. 

38  Patrick  Crofton. 
40  Minnie    B.    Hatch. 

40  John  H.  Harper. 

41  Thomas  A.  O'Reilly. 

41  Theodore  S.  Fischer. 

42  John  Sweeney. 

42  James    Ferriter. 

43  Timothy   Sullivan. 

43  William  H.  Rees. 

44  Helen  E.  McDonald. 

44  Fred   R.   Mager. 

45  Michael  S.   Murphy. 

45  Mrs.  George  Finn. 

46  Richard  Hogan. 

46  Matt  J.  Hogan. 

47  William   Merna. 

49  Patrick   H.    Cummings. 
49y2   John  F.   Moore. 

50  Silas  Rooney. 
50%   Vacant. 

52  Delia    Lackenby. 
52  John  N.  Jones. 

52  Margaret  McCarl. 
Mortimer   St.    Crosses. 

51  John  J.  Keefe. 

51  Katherine  Owens. 
51%  Harry  L.  Cramer. 

53  Vacant 

53  John  F.  Daprix. 

54  Frank  W     Gossin. 

54  Mary    Farmer. 

55  Margaret   Lamphere. 

56  Joseph    E.    Kinney. 

57  Mrs.  Anastasia  M.  McNlerney. 

57  George  A.    Clapp. 

58  Isadore  Marmelstein. 

58  Joseph   Heigl. 

59  Charles  L.   Deming. 

59  Frederick    C.    Beechwood. 

60  Charles   Reahm. 

60  James  Gallagher. 

61  Edward  Shay. 

61  Robert  P.   Owens. 

62  Matthew  Fullem. 

62  John  F.  Senneth. 

63  Adam  J.   Schafer. 

63  William  L.  Myers. 

64  Vacant. 

65  John   L.    Brown. 

66  Raymond  L.   Griffith. 
66%  G.   Edwin  Jackson 

67  Jesse   F.    Rockwell. 


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68%    Griffith   Jones. 
68  Richard   Edwards. 

68  Hugh   Williams. 

69  Charles  A.   Klein. 
71  Frank  L.    Brown. 

Eagle  St.  Crosses. 

73  John    Knutty. 

74  Jacob  J.  Walker. 

75  Henry   Schultze. 

75  Alice  Howlin. 

76  John   M.   Jones. 

76  Lewis   R.   Jones. 

77  Mary   Liddy. 

77  Michael    L.    Kelley. 

78  Henry   Kernigan. 

78  Vacant. 

79  George    Bullock. 

80  Mrs.   Mary  Riedel. 

80  James    F.    Mullen. 

81  Alfred  H.   Bates,  Jr. 

81  Moses  A.  Murphy. 

82  Vacant. 

82%  Christian  H.  Schook. 

83  Adam    Weider. 

83  Alfred    Penree. 

84  Charles  A.  Moser. 

84  Orville    C.    Adams. 

85  Charles    Walker. 

86  John    Pickard. 

86  Mrs.    Catharine  Hendrick. 

87  William  H.  Bogert. 

87  William   H.    Klingel. 

88  Andrew   Geer. 

88  John  C.  Bertlesman. 

89  William   J.    Zwahlen. 

89  John  J.   Lennon. 

90  Mary  Heidel. 

91  Alonzo   A.    Miller. 
91  Frank   C.    Stein. 
93  Samuel   Rieben. 

93  John  G.   Pa-lmer. 

94  Frank  B.    Shoemaker. 

94  Earl  D.  Turner. 

95  Vacant. 

95  Alfred  Broadbent. 

96  John  B.  Destremp. 

97  Joe   W.    Booth. 

98  Alfred   Sears. 
9S  Arthur    McCIen. 

Leah   St.   Crosses. 

99  John  H.  Anderson. 
99  Guy  J.  Lewis. 

100  William  H.  Trenham. 
100  Fred  C.  Rubeck. 
102  Otto   Behrendt. 

102  Roy  A.  Laurence. 

103  James  A.   Mahar. 

104  Patrick   Cahalan. 

105  William  Price. 

105  August  Rubeck. 

106  John  L.   Stearns. 

106  Mathew    J.    Fitzgerald. 

107  Peter  A.  Fox. 

107  Charles'  J.    Sears. 

103  Mrs.   Harriett   Hudder. 

108  John   E.    Grace. 

109  Frank    J.    Mullen. 

109  John   J.    Halpin. 

110  James  Kelly. 
110  Casper  A.    Durr. 

110  Archer  G.   Riker. 

111  Lewis   Taylor. 

111  James  Walters. 

112  William  M.    Strope. 

112  John  F.   Usinskle. 
112%  Clarence  Hillman. 
112%  Vacant. 

113  Charles  E.   Dakln. 


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114  Charles   Steinhorst. 

114  Mrs.   Margaret  Goodwin. 
West  Shore   Railroad  Crosses. 
Square    St.    Crosses. 

117  J.    Francis    Owen. 

119  Stephen  S.  Dwyer. 
119 %  John  McElwaine. 

120  Sarah  Davis. 

120  Vacant. 

121  David  J.    Owens. 
121%  Cecelia   Blake. 

122  John  E.   Mannell. 

123  Charles  Kilts. 

123  Robert  Williams. 
123%   Edward  E.   Clarke. 

124  Norman    J.    Rockwell. 

124  Mary  L.  Roberts. 

125  Louis  A.  Biel. 

127  Charles  W.  Schwartz. 
127  Catharine  Duggan. 
129  Clinton  E.   Hall. 
129  Edward   C.   Hall.. 
131  David  R.  Jones. 

131  Owen  J.   Owena. 

132  Burke   A.    Graham. 
132%  Roland   B.    Thurston. 
134  David   R.    Williams. 
136  Charles  B.   Kaple. 

138  Michael  H.  Finukin. 
133-137  Vacant   lots. 

139  Stephen   Kalis. 

139  Mrs.    Emma    Daniels. 

140  Charles  L.  Shutts. 

140  Francis   E.    Thayer. 

141  Adam   Emerich. 

141  Charles  A.  Emerich. 

142  Henry   J.    Cox. 
Arthur  St.   Crosses. 

143  Vacant. 

143  Michael    Schultz. 
145  Matthew  Jacobson. 

145  Michael    Deater. 

146  Andrew    Stark. 

146  Charles  Wohlfert. 
Vacant    lots. 

Public   School   No.   20. 

147  Arthur  Worden. 

147  Jacob  Fish. 

148  Michael  Kolosky. 

148  Ignace   Kozutowski. 

149  Vacant    lot. 

151  Joseph  W.  Connor. 
153  J.   Henry  Barrowman. 
155  Mary  Rubel. 
155  Louis    Haas. 
155  Lewis   D.    Patten. 
157  Mary  Walczak. 
159  Charles   Joswick. 
159  Elizabeth   Burnett. 
James   St.    Crosses. 
Vacant  lot. 

THIRD     AVENUE 

Main  to  South  St.— 1st,  5th  and  10th  Wards. 
1-3  Vacant  lots. 
5-9  Storehouse. 
Erie   Canal   Crosses. 
Broad  St.  Crosses. 
Park  Ave.  Crosses. 

12-18  Vacant  lots. 

21  Mohawk      Valley      Cap      Factory, 
Paper   Boxes. 
Catharine   St.    Crosses. 

1  Ontario  Button  Co. 
23  Frank  Guzzetta. 
25  Carmelo  Vilardo. 


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25  Vincenzo   Pilanto. 

25  Guiseppe   Stellina. 

25  Guiseppe   Russo. 

26  Vacant. 

26  Frank  Fiore. 

26  Maria  Giannotti. 

27  Thomas  Brindisi. 

27  Toney  Rocco. 

29  Pietro    Ottivo. 

29  Gacteno  Aielo. 

29  Jambeattesta  Bianca. 

30  Carmino    Ortillo. 

30  Folcie  Valentina. 

31  Joseph  Panetto. 

32  Dominick   Dote. 

32  John   Joseph. 

32  Mary  Rucco. 

32  John  DeOrisci. 

33  Antonio  Trumflo. 

33  Joseph   Maggiore. 

33  Salvatore   Sica. 

33  Domenico  Lombardo. 

33  Marie  Pepe. 

33  Joe  Cola. 

34  Pasquale  Basile. 

34  Luigl  Brindise. 

34  Mike    Toney. 

38  Raffael    Colosino. 

38  Frank  Scortino. 

38  Guiseppe  Paruto. 

S5-43  Eagle  Brewery. 

Jay 

St.   Crosses. 

43  Gioacchim    Cerminare 

44  Francesco   Corchi. 

45  George   Albert. 

45  Loui   Alban. 

47  L.    Bivacqqua. 

47  Antonio  Leporte. 

48  Guiseppe    Torchio. 

49  Charley    Louis. 

49  Joe    Boccardo. 

49  Luigi   D'Angelo. 

49  Antonio  Panone. 

50  C.    Sciortino. 

50  John  Aiella. 

52  Felice  Ottelli. 

52  Domanico    Corolla. 

53  James   Mascaro. 

54  A.    Cuzzivogllo. 

54  L.   Borsllli. 

54  Filippa    Tr.vpea. 

54  Sebastian    Cannarella. 

55  Grabrlel   Sheehan. 

57  Antonio    Dardando. 

57  Nicola  Parrotta. 

57  Joe   Marchisl. 

57  Antonio   Blamonte. 

59  Domenico    LaTalla. 

57  Antonio  Dardano. 

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THIitD     AVENUE— Continued 

60  James    Ferro. 
Bleecker  St.   Crosses. 

61  Vacant  lot. 

64  Charles   Trossett. 

65  Mary   A.    Foley. 

66  Mariano  Fiore. 
66  Mazo  Sarchoni. 
66  Francesco   Meula. 

68  Vacant   lot. 

69  Agostino    Lanaso. 
69  Nick  Compoferdano. 
69  Mike   Nicola. 

69  Sebastian   Tomoino. 
69  Domenico   Borgio. 

69  Carmino    Galla. 

70  Joseph   Antonelli. 
70  Rose   Tiore. 

70  Francesco  Cupolo. 
70  Costi    Gaetano. 

70  Joseph  Fragetta. 

71  Rocco   Galeo. 

71  Paolo   Simonelli. 
71  Antonio  Posorella. 
71  Nick  Mastaggio. 

71  Pasquale  Adamenta. 
74  Toney   Abraham. 

72  Anna   Cullen. 
'72  Frank  Giordano. 

74  Joseph   Francis. 

74  T.    R.   Zogluy. 
76  Pietro   Tolarico. 

75  Michael  Galeo. 

76  Luigi   Funea. 
76  Toney   Flachio. 

76  Carmino  Zammiello. 

77  Sons  of  Columbus  Club. 
79  John    Carchoni. 

79  Vito  Lea. 

79  Antonio  Fiora. 

79  Salvatore   Massaro. 

79  Rosaro   Grille 

80  Vincenzo  Grande. 
80  Luigi   Ferro. 

80  Alfonzio   Marrone. 

80  Vincenzo   De   Amico. 

80  Joe  Caroneto. 

80  Antonio  Baldi. 

,80  Antonio    Fiore. 

82  Guido  Guicitolth. 

82  Francesco   Piruzzie. 

82  Bruno    Falvo. 

82  Vito   Fabbia. 

82  Mike   Doti. 

82  Peppino   Quarcharelli. 

82  Domenico   Petrone. 

82  Bruno    Talvo. 

82  Vito  Pavla. 


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83  Rocco   Sosone. 

85  Domenico  De  Lai. 

83  Pia   Denardi. 

83  Rocco    Micucci. 

83  Sam  Libertino.     < 

83  Senatro  DeLai. 

85  Antonio  Scala  &  Son. 

85  Rojwan   Zogby. 

S7  Raft'aelo  De  Patrocello. 

87  Schivei   Wakel. 

87  Edward   Giacco. 

87  Rose  Zogby. 

87  Felice  Bennicase. 

87  Sam   Hashiar. 

87  Rosario  Soldato. 

87  Antonio   Marosa. 
Elizabeth  St.   Crosses. 

84-88  Vacant   lots. 

88  I.   Fink. 

89  Vacant  lot. 

90  Giuseppe  Martino. 
90  Leonardo  Fresino. 

90  Frank  Buonaci. 

91  Rocco  Tomo. 
91  Joe  Mortello. 

91  Guiseppe   Mazzei. 
91  Rocco  Guervieri. 
91  F.  Pallone. 
91  Camillo   Benzo. 

93  Pasquale  Morchi. 

94  Joseph  Paladino. 
94  Philip  Balordona. 
94  Adolph   Russo. 

94  John   Nigro. 

94  Rocco  Rymond. 

97  Vacant. 

95  Antonio  Dipiere. 

98  Antonio  Farina. 

99  Paul  Paladino. 
99  Toney   Dellaton. 

100  William  A.  TroSsett. 

101  Benedetto   Soldano. 
lOlMike  Selita. 

Mary  St.   Crosses. 

104  Felix  Amendola,  Sr. 

105  Nicola   Balzano. 
105  Mike  Bunomaia. 
105%  Nick    Balsano. 
107  Emma   Gigli. 
10S  Vacant  lot. 

109  James   Dolorenzo. 
109  Antonio  Lucio. 
109  Nick  Balzano. 

109  Emerlinda   Danarmura. 

110  Frank  Vinua. 
.  110  Filippo  Puleo. 

111  William  J.  Ennis. 

112  Mike  Marrone. 
112  Amidio   Marrone. 

112  Antonio  DeFachio. 

113  Vacant  Lot. 
114-116  Vacant  lots. 
115  Joseph  Asselta. 
115  Guy   Camella. 
117  Angelo   Felitti. 
117  Mary   Robinson. 
117  Antonio  Felitti. 
119  Gabriele   Mancuso. 
119  Antonio   Mancusso. 

Blandlna    St.    Crosses. 
123  Patrick  Hines. 
123  Guiseppi   Chirallo. 
122  Italian. 

125  Vacant  lot. 

126  Agostino  Mazutto. 
128  Joseph  Minutano. 


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129  Eugene  P.  Cookerow. 

130  Vacant   lot. 

131  Charles  H.   Duffy. 

133  John    T.    McNuIty. 

134  Lillian  Hull. 

135  James  McCarthy. 
135  Felix  Johnson. 
137  Vacant   lot. 

139-141  Utica   Sweeping   &   Contracting 
Company. 
Lansing  St.  Crosses. 

136-140  Vacant   lots. 
142  James    M.    Kellmurry. 
143  Joseph   D'Agostino. 

144  William   P.   Fenton. 

145  Maurice  Foley. 

145  Mrs.   Thomas   Deering. 

147  William   W.    Kirley. 

149  Francis  A.  Werthman. 

149  Matthew  A.  Guerin. 
Rutger  St.  Crosses. 

146-174  St.  Vincent's  Industrial  School. 

151  Alfred   M.   Pratt,   Jr. 

153  Vacant  lot. 

155  William  H.  Payne. 

165  Vacant  lot. 

167  Catherine  Wardin. 

167  Frederick   Ziller. 

171  Vacant   lot. 

173  John  M.  Lilly. 

176  St.  Vincent's  Industrial  School  An- 
nex. 

179  Richard  Droye. 
South  St.  Crosses. 

THIRD     STREET      (EAST) 

Begins    at    Arthur   St.,    runs    to    Pleasant — 

12th  Ward. 

(Numbers  all  on  left  side). 

1  James  Connerton. 

2  Frederick  Cooper. 
James   St.   Crosses. 

3  Lester    Stephens. 

THOMAS    IANE 

D.,  L.  &  W.  RR.  to  Gates— 6th  Ward. 

7  Vacant. 
Barns. 

THOMAS  STREET 

Grant  to   Pleasant — 7th  Ward. 
108  Charles  W.  Sherman. 
10S%  Clement  J.   Boucher. 
110  Thomas    J.    Macksey. 
110%  Joseph  D.   Hankinson. 

112  George    E.    LaDue. 
112%  Edward  A.  Bower. 

113  Charles  A.   Miller. 

114  Fred  W.  Wienke. 

114  Clifford  A.  Bryant. 

116  Michael    Doherty. 
116%  William    L.    Foley. 

115  John  B.  Jones. 
115%  Charles  D.   Cronk. 

117  Frank  E.  Henebray. 
117%  Charles   B.    Bradley. 
120  Vacant. 

120%  Charles    F.    Fingerhut. 

122  Clinton   T    Wienke. 
122%  "Warren   T.   Darrow. 

123  David    Regetz. 
123%  Edward  T.    Shaw. 
125  Vacant. 

125%  Harry  S.  Tates. 
127  Harold  V.  Owens. 
127%  William   T.    Ellis. 
130  George   H.    Jones. 


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Railroad    to    Prospect   St. — 7th    Ward. 

1  Joseph  Demarest. 

3  George   Parker. 

THORN    STREET 

Lincoln    Ave.    to    York — 14th    Ward. 

Peter    Jagloske. 

Tiona  Oil  Co. 
Wheeler  Ave.   Crosses. 
D.F   L.  &   W.    Railroad   Crosses. 

Vacant  Lots. 
City  St.    Ends. 

1  James    Coupe. 

Vacant   lot. 

4  Albert  Patszerinski. 

4  John   TJditzki. 

5  Fred    Lerndorf. 
Vacant  Lots. 

6  Frank  Johnson. 
6  Frank  Ehlinger. 

Vacant  Lots. 

12  Mrs.   John   Symakowski. 

14  John   Synakowski. 

14  Frederick    Korten. 

16  Albert    Aprath. 

16  Joseph  Ocklakowski. 

18  William  Hunrad. 

18  Max  Dohr. 

20  Edgar   J.    Russell. 
Baxter  Ave.   Begins. 
Martin    St.    Ends. 

22  Vacant   lot. 

24  Vacant   lot. 

26  Arthur  R.  Calder. 

28  Andrew  Kawa. 

30  Vacant  lot. 

34  Henry    J.    Emden. 

35  Victor  Palczyniskl. 
Delaware  Ave.    Begins. 

37  Vacant  lot. 
Coupe  Ave.   Begins. 

39  Herman  Klausner. 
41  Alfred   H.    Klausner. 
43-47  Joseph    H.    Wagner. 
Union   Athletic   Club. 

TIIDEN    AVENUE 

Broad    to    City    Line— 8th    and    13th    Wardt. 
Vacant   lot. 
102  Prucelli  Darpino. 
102  Vacant. 
104  Carmello     Napoli. 

104  Salvatore    Acero. 
106  Tony   Tolalia. 
106  Frank   Desarro. 

105  Frank    Carbon. 
108  FIdele    Talarico. 
110  Giacomo  Giocento. 
110  John  Diorio. 


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TIIDEN    AVENUE— Continued 


111  Nellis,  Amos  &  Swift. 

111  C.  H.  Swift  &  Sons. 
Vacant  lots. 

112  Tony  Cerra. 
112  Angelo    Cieola. 
114  John   Devito. 
114  Tony  Basculi. 
116  Mary  Forte. 

116  Alesandro  Ginffo. 
118  Frank    Cigarelli. 
118  Angelo  Cigarelli. 
118  Luigi  Trengo. 
141  Guiseppe  DeTralia. 

Vacant   lots. 
Catharine   St.   Crosses. 
201  Pasquale  Zinicola. 

Vacant  lots. 
214  John   "Watson. 
218  William   J.   Davidson. 
218  Mary  Davidson. 
222  Marion  Townsend. 
225  Thomas   Nelson. 

225  James  O'Hara. 

226  Jacob    Seiferman. 

226  William  Fisher. 

227  James  E.   Coyle. 

227  Thomas  Norton. 

228  Edward   McManmon. 
228  George  Duconse. 

228  James   Sanduce. 

Vacant  lots. 
231  Andrew  Ashton. 
231  Michael  O'Hara. 

Vacant  lots. 
238  Carrie  Button. 
240  Sylvester   Johnson. 
228-236  Vacant  lots. 
Bleecker   St.    Crosses. 
315  Reuben  Walte. 
315  Vacant. 
317  Thomas   Irving. 
317  Thomas  Riley. 
317  Bert    Berge. 

Vacant  lots. 
319  John   Fallon. 
319  Robert  Davidson. 
322  Leon  G.  Case. 

324  George   P.    Skelton. 

325  Peter  A.  Ballslzer. 
325  Carrie    Owens. 

345  Angelo  Desimono. 

367  Michael   Hohler. 

367  George   P.    Hartwick. 

Vacant  lots. 
369  Charles  H.   Lewellin. 
369  Joseph  Smith. 


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Mary  St.  Crosses. 

375  Francis  E.  Schiffer. 
Vacant  lots. 

379  Patrick  N.  Loftus. 

380  James    Kelly. 
380  Amos    Smith. 

380  Thomas    McCormick. 

383  John  Givonetti. 

383  Steve    Voski. 

387  Jacob  Ueltschi. 
,389  William  M.   Miller. 

389  Stephen   Smith. 

391  Vacant  lot. 

393  Carl   Rapp. 

393  John  B.  Rapp,  Jr 
Blandlna  St.   Crosses. 
Western  Ave.   Begins. 
Adams  St.   Ends. 

Vacant  lots. 
West  Shore  Railroad  Crosses. 

505  William  Letson. 
Vacant   lots. 
Rutger    St.    Crosses. 

794  August  Grams. 

794  Frederick  Scharr. 

796  Humphrey  Pugh. 

796  Vacant. 

Vacant   lots. 

800  Michael  Gallagher. 

803  John  Keneflck. 

804  Edward  Stramm. 
Vacant  lots. 

Bouth    St.    Crosses. 

993  Willard  R.  Hall. 
Mummery  St.   Crosses. 
995  James  Miller. 
1005  William  O.  Jones. 
2222  William     Roemer. 
2222  Frank  Stolpman. 
Vacant  lots. 
Eagle  St.  Ends. 

Charles  H.  Roemer. 

Utica    Sweeping    and    Contracting 

Company's  Barn. 
George  W.  Hoke. 
John  J.   Welch. 
James  St.  Ends. 

Vacant  lots. 
Henry  E.   Aldrlch. 

TRACY    STKEET 

334    Genesee    to    Lincoln    Ave. — 11th    Ward. 

2  A.   L.  Woodward. 
4  W.    L.    Bass. 

6  Daniel  E.  Meegan. 
Hart  St.   Ends. 

7  Barn. 

8  William    J.    Grant. 

8  Elizabeth  B.  Grant. 

9  Mrs.   Helen   White. 

10  Elmer  W.  Miller. 
10V2  Merton  W.  Goodier. 

11  Barn. 

12  Vacant    lot. 

13  Mrs.   Mary  E.   Jones. 
13%  Mrs.  Fannie  L.  Edic. 

13  Evan  M.   Hughes. 

14  Bridget    Horigan. 

14  Arthur  B.  Parrott. 

15  Mrs.  Mabel  Goodrich  Marvell. 

16  Charles  H.   Barbey. 

17  Alfred  G.   Putnam. 
17%   Charles  E.   Curry. 
17%  Glen  P.   Manuel. 

18  William    C.    Ballda. 
IS  Helen  L.   Baker. 

18  A.   White   Ballda. 

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TRACY   STREET— Continued 

19  Fred   G.    Stephenson. 

21  Lucy    M.    Vaughan. 

23  Vacant    lot. 

22  Elmer  E.  Reynolds. 

24  Fred  C.  Lighton. 

24  Robert  Jones. 

25  Mrs.    Mary    Schulze. 
25  Martin  G.  Eckert. 

25  Claude   Hensel. 
28  Emma  White. 

28  William    Gates. 

29  William    W.    Williams. 
29  Annie    E.    Martin. 

31  Edward  W.  Laufer. 
31%  Grove  W.  Washburn. 

32  William    R.     Edwards. 

32  Mrs.   Mary   E.   Evans. 

33  Michael    J.    Wheeler. 

35  L.  David  Williams. 

36  Edward    W.    Edic. 

37  Thomas  Walker. 

37  Francis  J.    Clonan. 

38  John    J.    Batley. 

39  Albert   Clark. 

40  Mary  E.   Manley. 

41  Mrs.  Charles  F.  Clark. 
Francis  St.  Crosses. 

43-47  Jacob     Smith. 

42-46  Sanitary  Milk   Co.     , 

48  Charles   G.    Neejer. 

49  Terrance    Marron. 

51  Thomas    D.    Maxwell. 

51  Arthur  J.    Hulser. 

52  Paul   Gallnsky. 

53  William   Maxwell,    Jr. 

53  Edward  P.   Dalaney. 

54  Mrs.   Anna  Evans. 

54  Mrs.  Ida  Marclay. 

55  Frederick  L.  Hersey. 

55  Merton  L.  Livermore. 

56  Thomas   Marion. 

57  Robert    M.    Jeffery. 

58  Charles    Sohn. 

58  Patrick    Collins. 

59  George   Gangloff. 

60  Mrs.  Joanna  A.   Ryan. 

60  Joseph   F.    Zoller. 

61  Christian  Winter. 

62  Charles  Gates. 

62  George   Weisenberger. 

63  Gordon  Swanay. 

63  Thomas  J.  Keavey. 

64  Joseph  Oeinck. 

65  Peter   F.    Clark. 

65  Clarence    W.     Guth. 
Sunset  Ave.   Crosses. 
"Vacant. 

TURNER    STREET 

Bleecker    to     Broad — 8th     Ward. 

Savage  Arms  Co.,   Cartridge  Dept. 
Ehlers  Ave.  Crosses. 

Realta   Hotel. 

Vacant  House. 

Vacant  House. 

Vacant  House. 
Bartram  Ave.  Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 
16  George  E.  Speake. 
16  James  J.   Connelly. 

Hotel  Laporte. 

Gulseppe  Laporte. 
Dwyer    Ave.    Crosses. 

Hart    &    Crouse    Co. 
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Elm  to  140  Steuben — 7th  Ward. 
1  Evan   R.    Thomas. 

1  John    H.    Williams. 

2  John  F.   Amrhein. 

2  William    N.    Phelan. 

3  George   E.    Girvan. 

5  Arthur    Thayer. 

4  Thomas   J.    Lewis. 
4  Abel    B.    Tracy. 

6  Rev.    Martin   J.    Crosby. 

6  Timothy   L.   O'Brien. 

7  James    Kernan. 

7'  John   F.    Walter,    Jr. 

8  Fred  C.  Witte. 

9  Christopher   S.   Myers. 
12  Mrs.  Sarah  M.  Merrill. 
12  Mrs.    Amelia   Porter. 
14  Leo    Vaeth. 

14  Leonard  A.  Waters. 

15  Evan   W.   Jones. 

16  Vacant    lot. 

17  Mrs.   Fannie   Vaeth. 
17  Jacob    Benner. 

IS  William   Stroupe. 

19  William  F.  Doll. 

20  Dayton   M.    Goodier. 

21  Thomas   G.   Ashmore. 
■l\  Herman  P.  Traxel. 

'  22  Samuel   E.   Jones. 

23  Carl  J.  Streichert. 

24  Frank    D.    Dunhajn. 

25  Frank  M.  Kinney. 

25  John    P.    Fort. 

26  George    Brown. 

27  Otto    Groat. 

27  Mrs.     Sarah    Gruff. 

28  David   W.    Morris. 

29  John  J.    Shaughnessy. 

29  William    Deering. 

30  James    S.    Shanley. 

30  John   F.   Wickham. 

31  Thomas  H.   Healey. 

32  Arthur  J.  Lanz. 

33  Mrs.   Mary  Callahan. 

33  Mrs.    Elizabeth    Fraser. 

34  Thomas  F.  Donohue. 

35  Henry   Miller. 

35  William   F.    Shields. 

36  Earl  W.  Menzies. 

36  Richarl    W.    Pritchard. 

37  William  H.   Wratten. 
39  David   Walsh. 

UNION    STREET 

Blandlna    to    Hopper— 4th    Ward. 

1  Alexander   Vetal. 
1  Vacant. 
1  John  H.  Bell. 
3  Dr.  Joseph  H.  Moore. 


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3  Richard   Murphy. 

4  Firemen's  Hall. 

5  Minard  J.   Fisher. 

5  Delia   Knopf. 

6  Mrs.   Ella  G.   Taylor. 

6  Fisher   &   Seim   Roofing   Co. 

7  Mayme  Maher. 

7  Thomas  Slater. 

8  Amos    S.    Earnum. 

8  John  G.  Roberts. 

9  Vacant. 

9  Edward    Plato. 
10-28  Vacant    lots. 
11  Patrick  Winters. 
11  Mrs.  Nellie  Wilkins. 
13  Schultz  &  Drury  Bros. 
13  William  H.  Godfrey. 
15  Vacant. 
17  Vacant. 
19  William  H.  Hart. 
19  Alma    Sweet. 
22  Barn. 

21  John  Frazier. 
25  JJahn   H.    Mclncrow. 
27  Anna    Lloyd. 
27  Charles   M.    Titus. 
29-31  Union  Street  School. 
30  Barn. 

34-36  Philleo   &   Meldram. 
35  Peter   Bruno. 
3S  Evan   W.   Evans. 
40  John  Wilcox. 

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Holland   Ave.  to  Oneida  St. 

,        Vacant  lots. 

VARICK     STREET 

203      Whitesboro     to      Court — 6th      and     9th 
Wards. 
1-99  Nathan   &   Kowalsky. 

100  The    Cottage    Hotel. 

110-112  Louis  Slakter. 

110  Mol'y  Dresher. 

116  Henry   Huggler. 

114-116  Ernest  Schmitter. 

120  Andrukaitis  and  Butnoris. 

122  William  H.   Carr. 

124  Fred  C.   Richey. 

124  William    Pope. 

124  Camilus  A.    Myers. 

124  John  Perrigo. 
LaFayette  St.  Cresses. 

202  Alex  Crdoski. 
201  Lu7p>nH>  Carcv. 

203  Vacant. 

204  Frederick    J.    Cornelius. 


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206  Antique    Furniture    Shop. 

207  Barbara  Wagner. 
207  Mrs.   Mary  Kernan. 
209  Henry  J.  Seim. 
212-216  John   Wurster. 
212-216  Germania  Hotel. 

215  Charles   L.    Bearer.  , 

215  John  Falsey. 
217-219  Otto  L.  Endres. 

218  Harry  Livingston. 

219  Mrs.  Winifred  Murphy. 

220  Onie    Reardon. 

221  August   Bornholdt. 
221  Anna  Raymer. 

223  David   Ben. 

224  John  B.  Witte  &  Sons. 
227  Mrs.  Florence  E.  Wheeler. 
227  Philip  F.  Scheidelman. 
227  Maggie   Egan. 

227  Delia   Daly. 

229  Philip  P.  Scheidelman. 

222-224  John  B.  Witte. 

233  Mary  A.   Breitenstein. 
235  Mark   Remington. 

235  Orlanda  J.  Dean. 
235  Dr.  Albert  W.  Green. 
235  Fred  J.   Bremer. 
235  Mary  A.   Walker. 

234  St.   Joseph's   School. 

Corner,  West  L'tica  Drug  Store. 
Columbia  St.  Crosses. 

300  Charles   E.   Church. 
301-303  William    E.    Dondley. 
302-30S  Frank    M.    Schuderer. 
305  Erme  A.   Natino. 
307  William  F.   Brown. 
310  George  L.  Longway. 

310  Catherine    Kienzle. 

311  Catharine    Gucker. 

312  William  J.  Kienzie. 

313  vV.    H.    Mljler. 
315-317  Balduf  &   Hamlin. 

314  Michael  Fehlner. 

315  Eugene  Kreber. 

319  Vacant. 

321  Morris   S.    Copeland. 

322  Taeger  &  Griffiths. 

320  John   J.    Nesius. 

320  George  F.  McLoughlin. 
320  Elberta   Clunies. 
320  Anna  McKeough. 

323  Henry  A.  Emmerson. 
323  Arthur  J.   Leffort. 

323  Mrs.    Mary    Smith. 

324  Andrew  M.  Ehlinger. 

324  Homer   F.    Woolever. 

325  John  F.   Harvey. 
Cooper  St.    Ends. 

328  George   E.    Sweet. 
330  Fred  A.   Heintz. 
334  Mrs.   Amy  Dagwell. 
336  John  I.   Drexler. 
338  Harry  H.  Levinson. 
340  Lawrence   J.   Zobel. 
342  Charles  H.  Leffort. 
342  Lawrence  J.  Zobel. 
342  Josephine   Hcnver. 
342  Catharine   Judge. 
344  Vacant. 

346  Abraham    Salomey. 
348  William   H.   Watson. 
348  R.    L.    Dutcher. 
348  Paul   E.   Endres. 
348  George  H.  Savage. 
350  Vacant. 
Hamilton   St.    Ends. 

400  Walter   Clothing   Co. 
401-403  Gerhard  S.  Germann. 


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402  Bert  B.   Bullock. 
402  Erme  A.   Natino. 
402  Vacant. 
402  Edward  J.   Cantwell. 

404  Herman   H.  Heiderich   &   Son. 

405  Walter   Manwaring. 

406  Joseph   Schaetzle. 

406  William  B.  Abel. 

407  Thomas  A.  Mortimer. 
407  Marmaduke  Owen. 

407  Ellen.  A.   Thomas. 

408  Eleanor  Mortimer. 
408  Fred  L.   Jenkins. 
408  William  F.  Lines. 
408  Ellen  Evans. 

411-413  Catharine    Lenhart. 

415  George    Fulmer. 
421  Vacant. 

425  Vacant. 
Spring  St.   Ends. 
Sunset  Ave.   Begins. 

410  William  J.  Weir. 
412  "Solomon    Xassalla. 
412   vv  illiam  H.  Slape'r. 
414  Rudolph  J.  Guckemus. 

416  William    A.    Williams. 
418  Andrew  Oster. 

418  Vacant. 
420  George  L.  Fisher. 
420  William  H.  Carney. 
424  Valentine   Seifert. 

426  John    Wakis. 
Edward   St.    Begins. 

501-503  Joseph  H.   Remmer. 
505  Daniel   Eagan. 

505  Ellsworth  Hewett. 

506  Frank  Schultz. 
506  Philip  O'Tooie.   Jr. 
508  Arthur  Rosenblum. 
50S  James   W.    Doxtater. 

510  Goldberg   Bros. 
512  Vacant. 

511  Torrence  D.  Olendorf. 
514  Vacant. 

516  Mark  E.  Berry. 
516  John   S.   Burke. 
518  August  Kopp. 
520  Gallman  Bros 
522  William  Gallman. 
Court  St. 

VTJICAU    STREET 

1014   Whitesboro  to   Erie   Canal — 6th   Ward. 
Barns. 
8  Henry   Hartlieb. 

WAGER     STREET 

Sunset   Ave.   to   West   Ave. — 9th   Ward. 
116  Willard  M.  Davis. 
116  Walter   Sheppard. 
118  Clementine    Gresgen. 
118  Otto  Klauser. 
118  Elray   C.   Weidman. 
118  Fred   W.   Weimer. 
121  Mrs.    Margaret   Kennedy. 
121  William    C.    Teachout. 

121  Allen    Scott. 

122  R.    D.    Williams. 

122  Mrs.   Elizabeth  Keller. 
122  Mary   McXally. 
124  Charles  Breish. 
124  Mary   J.   Lynch. 
124  John    Gorman. 
127  Mrs.   Ella  Burton. 

127  James   Leary. 

128  Howard  W.  Partlow. 
128  Joseph  H.  Hyatt. 


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128  Herbert    C.    Bowes. 

129  Fred  Schreck. 
129  Richard  Weibel. 
132  Owen    McNally. 
131  George   A.    Smith. 

131  Mary  Scharf. 

132  D.   Irving  Townsend. 
132  Harry    Yeoman. 

Stark  St.  Crosses. 

210  John  C.  Ireland. 

210  Walter  Lambert. 
Schuyler  St.  Crosses. 

306  Henry    F.     Harke. 

307  George  Heim. 

307  Robert   Watkins. 

308  Mrs.    Margaret    Bridgeman. 
30S  j.    Harvey    Girvan.    ■ 

309  Albert   Knepka. 
309  John  Muthig. 
312  John  G.  Miller. 

312  Peter  J.   McGovern. 

311  John  C.  Fox. 

314  Mrs.    Margaret    Muthig. 

314  John   Scheideman,    Jr. 

315  Mrs.  Mary  E.  Gossin. 

315  Max  Kneller. 

316  Michael   Coughlin. 
316  Catherine    Greineder. 

316  Mrs.  Barbara  Johnson. 
.     3i/  Henry  J.  Schmidt. 

317  Ernestine  Wilkie. 

318  Margaret  •  McGauley. 

318  Augustus  Catillaz. 

319  Mary  Ditzel. 

320  John   J.    Eddington. 
323  Henry  Bick. 

323  Mary  Fitzgerafd. 

324  Lizzie  Davey. 

324  John   D.    Somers. 

325  Jacob  Muthig. 

328  Josephine  Lyons. 
32S  Catharine  Stiefvater. 

329  Barbara   Sachs. 
329  Charles    Miller. 

332  Elizabeth   Knapp. 

333  Alice  Devereux. 

333  John  Apel. 

334  Patrick  Geary. 

335  Mary   McOwen. 
335  James   H.    Murphy. 

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Champlaln     Ave. — East. 
Vacant  Lots. 

WALKER     STREET 

51   Oneida  to   Kemble — 7th   Ward. 
1  Olen   D.   Fox. 
1  William   O.    Price. 
2-6  F.  W.   Boyce. 
3  Wilbur   L.    Pinkham. 
3  Chester  E.   Moore. 


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5  William   Dyas. 

7  John  L.   Sears. 

8  Ebenezer  Williams. 

8  Andrew    McKeag. 

9  Harold   G.   Rising. 
9  G.   Fred   Lochner. 

10  Albert    E.    Jones. 

10  Eliza    Cobb. 

11  Fred   L.   Perkins. 

12  Miss  Anna  A.   Jones. 

12  George  E.  Williams. 
15  Robert  G.  Weger. 

15  David  Owens. 

WALNUT     STREET 

Stark  to  York — 9th    and    14th    Wards. 

Vacant  lots. 
Schuyler  St.  Crosses. 

9  Luther  Z.    Lochner. 
9  Mrs.    Mary    Reinhardt. 
9  John   Kane. 
11  Walter  Bowman. 
11  Henry  J.   Roberts. 
11  Geora*  Paul. 

13  Sarah   Z    Dager. 
13  Frank   H.    Dager. 

15  Fred  C.   Hagel. 

16  Pete   Tarkowski. 

16  Charles   Tarkowski. 

16  Joseph    Robakowskl. 

17  Joseph  F.   Haak. 

17  John  M.   Burton. 

18  George  Haven. 

18  Edward  Lenmore. 

18  William   J.    Mix. 

19  Emil    Harter. 

20  Abraham  Gollin. 

20  Ernest    Zimmerman. 

21  Vacant. 

22  Nicholas   Swertfager. 

22  John  Hage. 

23  Michael    Swartz. 

23  George  Roth. 

24  Reinhold   Pietsch. 

25  Vacant. 

26  Julia    Poehler. 

27  Henry   Leopold. 

27  Mrs.    Mary    Grindler. 

28  George    F.    Sittig.     4 
28  John    Sittig. 

30  Arthur   Miles. 

30  Louis  P.   Wagner. 

31  Herman  J.    Swertfager. 
33  Margaret  Swertfager. 
35  August    Zemez. 

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41  Albert    E.    Slowman. 
41  Balthaser    Drescher. 
43  Charles   G.    Dreizler. 
City   St.   Crosses. 
47  Vacant  lot. 
49  Edward    C.    J.    Johnson. 

Vacant   lots. 
51  Albin  B.  Sanger. 
53  Charles  W.  Stadt,  Jr. 
53  George  W.   Hoffman. 
55  Gifford  A.  Williams. 
57  Paul    Stadt. 
57  Frank  Fischer. 
59-71  Vacant   lots.  ' 
62  Watie  E.   Sitterley. 
62  Darwin  C.   Barrett. 
64-86  Vacant   lots. 
73  Paul   Schulze. 
75  William    H.    French. 
77  Vacant  lot. 
79-81  Carl  Fassback. 
83  Herbert   Flanders. 
S5  Mrs.    Marion  Selbach. 

WARD     STREET     ' 

Culver  Ave.  to   Masonic   Home — 13th  Ward. 

Vacant   lots. 
Ludlow   Ave.   Crosses. 

Vacant  lots. 

WARREN     AVENUE 

Genesee   to    Holland   Ave. — 7th    Ward. 

4  William  F.   Donohue. 
4%   Anna  C.   Myres. 

5  William  Helten. 

8%  Raymond  W.  Johnson. 

19  Donald   MacLean. 
21  Theodore   Smith. 

32  Michael  J.   Costello. 
31  Daniel   Coughlin. 

WARREN     STREET 

Lincoln     Ave.    to     19    York^9th     and     14th 
Wards. 
3  Emile    Springer. 
5  Joseph    H.    Fullem. 
5  Polish. 
5  J.    Wagner. 
7  Polish. 
Wheeler   Ave.   Crosses. 
N.   Y.,   O.   &  W.   RR.   Crosses. 

West    End    Coal    Co. 
Fay    St.    Ends. 

9  Charles  Labbaree. 
9  Amelia   Byer. 
10  Mrs.    Eugenia   Betourway. 

10  Mrs.   Freda  Eichorn. 

11  Joseph    Pianke. 

11  Joseph    Pliska. 

12  Louis   Hageman. 

12  John  Breibert. 

13  Peter  Duda. 

13  Teopil    Piszka. 

13  Barney    F.    Delengoski. 

14  George  Plent. 

14  Vacant. 

15  Stephen    Herubin. 

15  Simon    Wojc'echowskl. 

16  L.   D.   Brockway. 

16  Anthony   Stienmetz. 

17  Benjamin    Armstrong. 

18  Michael    Reynolds. 
IS  John    C.    Schuff. 

Sunset  Ave.   Crosses. 

20  Barn. 

21  Joseph   J.   Brixius. 
21  Mrs.    John    Wagner. 
24  Lambert   Nelbach. 


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25  Edward   R.   Delmage. 
25  John    E.    Davies. 
26-32  Vacant   lots. 
27  Andrew  Zamorsky. 
27  Frank    Baker. 

33  Joseph  Crommle. 

34  Ferdinand  P.   Friestedt. 

35  Bridget   McCann. 

36  Elizabeth  Roesch. 

36  Theresa  Erhardt. 

37  George  F.  Heller. 

37  Emil  Zorn. 

38  Patrick   Coughlin. 

39  James  J.  Hamlin. 

40  Edward  Ward. 

41  Lawrence  S.   Riley. 
41  Seward  Haas. 

43  Laurence  Wezork. 

44  George   T.    Biggs. 
44  Charles  Steph. 

44  George  Stahl. 

44  Joseph   Hameline. 

45  Richard   W.   Oastler. 
45  Albert  Brainerd. 

Stark  St.  Crosses. 

49  Vacant  lot.  i 

50  Ray  Broil. 

51  Mrs.   Catharine   Zugner. 

52  Mrs.  Olive  Hamm. 

53  William  Zemenz. 

53  George   Sauer. 

54  M.  E.  Davis. 

54  John  Davis. 

55  Mrs.  Annie  Diem. 

56  Albert  Watkins. 
Schuyler  St.  Crosses. 

57  Vacant 

57  Mrs.  Minnie  Moehringer. 

58  Vacant    Lot. 

59  Fredericka   Sacher. 

60  Vacant   lot. 

61  Leopold  Miller,  Jr. 

62  Vacant  lot. 

63  Henry  Schiller. 

64  Edward  Sorge. 

65  Marie  Gohl. 

65  William  Mason. 

66  Ambrose  Morrow. 
South    Hamilton  St.   Ends. 

67  John  Erhardt. 

67  Frances  Gussman. 
68-74  Vacant  lots. 
69  John  P.   Schmidt. 
69  Frank  Donovan. 
71  James  M.  Black. 
71  Patrick  J.  Connolly. 
73  Vacant  lot. 
75  Fred  Brazeze. 

75  Edward    Sorge. 

76  Owen  Evans. 

77  Hadley  VanDervoort. 

77  Andrew   Lorenz. 

78  John  Portman. 

79  Fred  Kaufer. 

80  Peter  C.   Oberlies. 

81  Herman  W.  Goll. 

82  James  Drugan. 
West  Ave.  Crosses. 

89  Mrs.  Maria  Kurfess. 

89  Mrs.    Franclska   Brockman. 

90  Henry  Zorn. 

90  John  E.  Ferguson. 

91  Frank  X.  Hermann. 

92  Alvah   McMullen. 
92  Merril  McMullen. 

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93  Peter  H.    Laun. 

93  George   L.   Brown. 

95  Vacant. 

95  John   Warmuth. 

97  Jacob  Morath. 

97  Jacob  Morath,  Jr. 

99  Ernest   Riep. 

99  Philip  Swald. 
101  Henry  Lau