Wayne County Democrat, Business Abstracts 1871

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Wayne County Democrat July 19, 1871[edit | edit source]

Aquila Wiley, attorney office, SW side of public square, upstairs, two doors south of WC National Bank.

Wayne County Democrat July 19, 1871[edit | edit source]

For 30 days only, proprietors of popular Star Clothing Store will be selling men’s and boys ware, large stock, 25% on the dollar. Star Clothing Store of Whitaker and Childs, next to Zimmerman Drug Store.

Wayne County Democrat Aug. 9, 1871[edit | edit source]

BJ Jones, dentist, SE corner of square.
RJ Cunningham, S Market Street, dentist.
ES Dowell, office new rooms of courthouse, upstairs.
B and SR Eason, office Zimmerman Exchange block, upstairs, W Liberty Street.
LR Critchfield, office Acadome, over Eckels, Wallace and Co. Drugstore.
Isaac Johnson, upstairs, SW corner of square.
AJ Thomas, 1st door south of the National Bank, upstairs, SW side of square.
JP Jeffries, SW side of square, upstairs.
McSweeney and Parsons, office Jacobs block, upstairs, Iron block.
TY McCray, office courthouse, upstairs, rooms formerly occupied by the auditor.
Bonewitz and Carr, office W Liberty Street.
Aquila Wiley, office SW side of square, upstairs, two doors south of the WC National Bank.
Welker and Downing, office in Exchange block, formerly occupied by Dr. WC Moore.
Rex and Jones, office W Liberty Street, a few doors west of the Wooster Exchange.
JT Henry, justice of the peace, office in the courthouse, rooms formerly occupied by the Probate Judge.
JR Bowman, county auctioneer.
Commerical Bank of Wooster, G Emerick-pres, CV Hard- cashier, in Exchange Block, W Liberty Street.
Rice and McClellan, books and stationary, opposite the American hotel, two doors east of JJ Nachtrieb’s hat shop.
Books for sale by FD Belnap, three doors east of American House, Wooster.
Whitaker and Childs, star clothing store, W Liberty Street, one door east of Zimmerman’s drug store.
Haynes and Albright Photography Studios, SE corner of square, formerly Doty, old stand.
PJ Power, American Clothing Store, west corner room of American House, Wooster.
James B Childs, clothing, one door west of American House, Wooster at Peoples corner, #33 and #35, E Liberty Street.
Rice and McClellan, books and stationary, opposite American House, Wooster.
L Shively, watches, clocks and jewelry, two doors south of post office, SE side of square.
Weavers China Hall, E Liberty Street, TM Weaver, old stand of George Howard and Co., 5 doors east of American House, Wooster, between American Hotel and Washington Hotel.
Roth and Weirick, boots and shoes, SW side of square, two doors below WC National Bank.
Kramer, shaving and hairdressing, shampooing saloon, two doors west of Zimmerman Drugstore.
Barrett and Ogden, #3ME, clothing.
James Wescott, merchant tailor.
Eugene Chatelain, dealer in fine gold and silver watches, SW side of square, below the bank.
Fruit jar depot Weavers China Store, old stand of George Howard and Co., 5 doors east of American House, Wooster.
HM Shaffer MD, corner of S Market and South Streets, early opposite US Hall.
Dr. George Liggett, office over Shively jewelry store, two doors north of the post office.
Hoelzel and Kaltwasser, 1st store south of post office, SE corner of square.
B Barrett and Co., Wooster Steam Engine and Boiler Works.
Exchange block of Reason B Stibbs, John Hanna, John H Kauke, Lucas Flattery, in American House, Wooster- Stibbs, Hanna and Co..
Empire House, run by Henry Leise, E Liberty Street.
Martin Limp, ready to do jobs of all kinds of work in stonecutter and masonry, office last house on right hand side of Liberty Street, opposite Mr. Robers, boarding house.
Charles Gasche, stair building.
Drs. Hart and Wilson MD, in Column building, dealer in drugs, medicines and chemicals.
S Woods, shoe store in American House, Wooster.
Henry Horn, saddle and harness has moved to Bever Street, one door north of old stand on Bever Street, west side of Bever Street, north of Home Mills.
J Zimmerman and Co., drugs and medicines, W Liberty Street, Exchange block.
Teeple Fine Art Gallery, NE corner of square, keeps three first class artists employed at our rooms. We manufacture better photographs for same money, 1.00 per dozen for 8x12 inch and 2.00 each, opposite the new county buildings.
Prepare for business in the Wooster Business College, located in Exchange block of W Liberty Street, a practical school for business education. Fultz, Mastiller and Rambaugh. Lock box #90 Wooster. Wooster City Lumber Yard and planning mill of GP Emrich and Co., GP Emrich, BB Barrett, Jacob Dyer, Perry Miller.
WP Kinzer, for groceries, Curry block, E Liberty Street.
Drain tile for sale, S Routson.

Wayne County Democrat Aug. 16, 1871[edit | edit source]

Martin Limp, stone cutter and masonry, E Liberty Street, last house on right hand side, opposite Mr. Rogers boarding house.
Drs. Hart and Wilson, druggists, column building, W Liberty Street next to Exchange block.
Woods Shoe Store, American House, Wooster.
Henry Horn, saddles and harness, one door north of old stand, west side of Bever Street, north of Homes Mills.
Shuttle sewing machine for sale by JC Barton agent, four doors south of McIntire provision store.
Weaver’s China Store, old stand of George Howard and Co., five doors east of American House, Wooster.
Barrett and Ogden ready made clothing, #3ME.
Roth and Weirick, temple of fashions, SW side of square, two doors below the WC National Bank.

Wayne County Democrat Aug. 23, 1871[edit | edit source]

John Simon, merchant tailor, W Liberty Street, 1st door east of Express office, directly opposite Rex and Jones law office. ED Whitmore is employed as a cutter.
James B Childs at Peoples corner.
Rice and McClellan, books and stationary.
Weaver’s China Shop, E Liberty Street, five doors east of American House, Wooster.
Barrett and Ogden, #3ME.
PJ Power, American Clothing Store.
Shuttle sewing machine by JC Barton agent, salesroom on S Market Street, four doors south of McIntire provision store.

Wayne County Democrat Sept. 21, 1871[edit | edit source]

James E Wescott, merchant tailor.
John Simon, merchant tailor, W Liberty Street, 1st door east of Express office, directly opposite Rex and Jones Law Office, ED Whitmore is a cutter.
Free exhibition of machines at Menuez and Rood, SE corner of square.
Commerican Bank of Wooster, GP Emrich- president, CV Hard- cashier, in Exchange block, W Liberty Street.
Haynes and Albright, photographs, studio SE corner of square, old stand of Prof. GW Doty
PO Carr, in Wooster agency, for sale of Temple and Jubilee organs.
John McMahon, agent for Hibermia Fire Insurance Co. of Cleveland ,office at Railroad depot.
Empire House being run by Henry Leise, E Liberty Street.
JR Bowman, county auctioneer, office with Bonewitz and Carr.

Wayne County Democrat Sept. 27, 1871[edit | edit source]

Rice and McClellan, E Liberty Street, opposite the American House, Wooster.
McClarran and Caskey grocery store.
Victory gallery of Rawlins and Co., fine photographs Sept. 6, 1871.
S Woods, shoe store in American House, Wooster building.
Eugene Chatelain, dealer in fine gold and silver watches, SW side of square, below WC National Bank.
Wooster Business block, Exchange block, W Liberty Street, fall term begins Monday, Sept. 11, 1871, JJ Foltz, principal and proprietor of college.
Henry Horn, saddles and harness, Bever Street.
WP Kinzer, grocery, Curry block, E Liberty Street.
Drs. Hart and Wilson, column building, nest door to Exchange block, W Liberty, dealers of drugs and chemicals.
Star Clothing Store for ready made clothing, hats, caps and furnishings, Whitaker and Childs.
McDonald and Co. manufacture of Wooster Clover Hauler.
FD Belnap, books, 3 doors east of American House, Wooster, selling High School books and Wooster University textbooks.
Donnelly, Rayl and Co. Hardware, #2ME.
Teeples Fine Art Gallery, NE side of square, opposite county buildings.
James B Childs clothing, peoples corner.
P Kramer, shaving hair, dressing and shampooing saloon, two doors west of Zimmerman Drug Store.
New goods at Barrett and Ogden, #3ME.

Wayne County Democrat Nov. 8, 1871[edit | edit source]

Wooster City Lumber Yard and planning mill. GP Emrich and Co., formerly carried on by Emrich, Emrich and Co., will be continued on a more extensive scale, GW Barrett having retired. GP Emrich, BB Barrett, Jacob Deer and Perry Miller.
Late building improvements: Walk over the city. City spreading itself.
1st Ward.
Jacob Eberhart, corner of S Buckeye and South Streets, splendid business edifice, brick and stone, three story high for marble works. Buildings are originated of Wooster;
Honorable George Rex, S Buckeye Street, substantial residence
SP Stuller Co., corner of S Buckeye and Henry Streets, 2 story frame dwelling house sets off the corner
IS Gray, S Buckeye Street, two story dwelling, good house of prosperous businessman
George B Miller, S Buckeye Street, two story dwelling
Mortimer Mann, S Buckeye Street, two story house
Mrs. Thomas Eberhart, S Buckeye Street, two story house
James Curry, S Buckeye Street, UP Church grounds 1 2 story brick and 2 2 story frame dwelling of good appearance
Andrew Martin, S Buckeye Street, two story frame dwelling setting off the corner
Nicholas Miller, S Buckeye Street, two story frame dwelling
Jacob Leies, S Bever Street, two story building
Sheriff JB France, S Bever Street neat 1 ½ story house
William Landis, E South Street, two story dwelling
George Broxham, E South Street, three story building
George Blanford, Quimby’s addition to SE Wooster a good two story dwelling
J Hoefecter in Quimby’s addition, 1 ½ story building
Charles Tiffany, Qumiby’s addition good two story building
Nelson Shover, Quimby’s addition 1 ½ story dwelling
Otto Bardine Quimby’s addition two story frame
George Oiler, Quimby’s addition two story house
Jacob and Henry Miller, Quimby’s addition two story house
William Giffin, Quimby’s addition 1 ½ story house
Joseph Griffin Sr., Quimby’s addition 1 ½ story house
Mrs. Link, Quimby’s addition 1 ½ story house
James Crissmore, Quimby’s addition 2 story house
Fred Wedling, Quimby’s addition 2 story
Fred Buchlight, Quimby’s addition 1 ½ story house
Timothy Manly, Quimby’s addition 1 ½ story house
WR McCaleb, Quimby’s addition 2 story
David Stoner, Quimby’s addition 1 ½ story
Jacob Long, Quimby’s addition 1 ½ story
Thomas Onstott, Quimby’s addition 1 ½ story
George Feightner, E Henry Street new blacksmith shop and improvement on house
George Albright, Quimby’s addition 2 story house
Thomas Harvey, Pittsburgh Avenue two story house fronting Railroad depot
James Reightley, Pittsburgh Ave. two story
William Dice, Pittsburgh Ave. improvement on house
Erwin Anderson, Pittsburgh Ave. fine class two story
Mrs. Martha Conner, Pittsburgh Ave two story
James Nixon, Pittsburgh Ave. two story
Jacob Krotz, Pittsburgh Ave. two story
Julius Teiche, Pittsburgh Ave. two story
Fred Buchlight, Pittsburgh Ave. two story
Henry Rowe, Pittsburgh Ave. two story
John Klapper, Pittsburgh Ave. improvement on house
Henry Daar, Pitsburgh Ave. two story
William Hurst, Pittsburgh Ave. improvement on house
Jacob Naftzger, Pittsburgh Ave. two story house
OA Wilhelm, E Liberty Street frame livery stable building
RM Albright, S Market Street frame storeroom
George Mets, corner of S Market and Henry Street two story frame dwelling
Mrs. David Robison Sr., S Market Street two story frame house
Mrs. Benderber, Pittsburgh Ave. good two story frame house
New Gas Works, E Henry Street, several buildings of brick, iron, stone of most substantial character at cost to Gas Co. of over 25000.

2nd Ward.
Jackson Bros. N Market Street, remodeling and improving store room
Deludge Steam and Fire Engine rooms, N Market Street, remolded and improved
John McSweeney, esq. N Market Street, improvement on residence
Joseph Hattinger, N Buckeye Street, two story brick house
Enos Foreman, Quimby Ave., a pleasure residence of five stories, pleasing in architecture and worthy of its owner Capt. AS McClure, Beall Ave. two story frame residence
TS Woodland, Beall Ave. good improvement on brick residence
Prof. DS Gregory, Wooster University on Beall Ave. two story frame residence
Prof. Jeffries of Wooster University Beall Ave. two story house; Prof. ON Stoddard, Wooster Univ. Quimby Ave. two story brick dwelling house; Rev. George Raumbauth two story frame house
Col. JH Stibbs, E Bowman Street 2 ½ story house
Dr. William Taggart, E Bowman Street two story house
Joseph Klepper, E Bowman Street two story house
Joseph S Stibbs, E Bowman Street, improvement on residence
Amos Lewis, J Stibbs Ave. 1 ½ story house
Clifford A Lewis, J Stibbs Ave. two story house
Edward Keisler, J Stibbs Ave. two story hous
Stephen Dice, J Stibbs Ave. 1 ½ story house
John Steinmetz, J Stibbs Ave. improvement to brick house
George Hattinger, J Stibbs Ave. two story house
Windel Young, N Bever Street 3 story house
Benjamin Telfenthaler, N Bever Street two story house
Henry Horn, N Bever Street frame building for saddler and carriage trimming shops
Jacob Schmuck, N Bever Street a splendid two story house
Harry McClarran, E North Street, a fine frame house
William Nold, Mertilla Street, two story house
JH Reed, E North Street two story house
Isaac Johnson, E North Street two story house
Episcopalian Parsonage, E North Street adjoining church, two story frame and architecture pleasantly situated
German Reform Church building corner of N Buckeye and E North Streets, superior church edifice of brick and stone now in process of erection and presents a fine appearance in height steeple towering 125 ft. from ground and is the tallest in the city
Jeremiah Fox, N Buckeye Street extensive improvements and enlargement of conservatory for all plants and flowers year round bloom and blossom as rose
Thomas Ticknor, N buckeye Street 1 ½ story house
Mr. Adams, Spink Street, 1 ½ story
William Hunmer, Spink Street, two story
Good Entent Engine House, Spink Street, substantial two story frame building
Steam Flour Mill near railroad depot, brick and stone 4 ½ stories high, building now being furnished with machinery for Mr. Whitmeyer and Co. grinding capacity 100 barrells of flour a day
James Curry, E Liberty Street, three story brick building for business purposes of storeroom, office, etc. It is a large iron column building and another evidence of Mr. Curry’s business enterprises
B Barrett and Co., E Liberty Street, erection of three story brick addition to their steam works and generally remolding their shops to extent of several thousand dollars
JC Baker, south of E Bever Street near new Brewery buildings and swelling house
Cyrus Bentz, Spink Street, two story
August Eberly, Spink Street, two story house
William Auman, Spink Street, two story house
Phillip Sprang, Spink Street, two story house
George Kreiger, corner of N Bever and North Streets, two story brick dwelling; Capt. JH Kauke, corner of Beall Ave. and E Bowman Street, process of erecting what before long promises to be private residence not equaled in the city.
3rd Ward.
James Hollowall, W Liberty Street 2 story
John Taylor, W Liberty Street 2 story
Frank Melhan, W North Street improvement 2 story
Emanuel Jolliff, W North Street good 2 story brick building
Alexander Laughlin of firm of McDonald and Co., Wooster Agricultural Works, W Larwill Street large and handsome 2 story brick residence
John Bowers, W Larwill Street 2 story
Lewis Schriener, Saybolt Ave. 2 story frame building for tannery and Morrocco works
John Myers, Saybolt Ave. 2 story
James Snoddy, Saybolt Ave. 2 story
TS Woodland 2 story dwelling
John Brous, N Grant Street 2 story frame residence and credit to ex-marshal of Wooster
Thomas Y McCray, N Grant Street 2 well put up 2 story frame dwelling houses on one of which he lives himself surrounded by all modern accommodations of improvements
John Blessing, N Grant Street 1 ½ story
Andrew Reed, N Grant Street 1 ½ story
Alexander McDonald, N Grant Street 2 story
Michael Toney, N Grant Street improvement in brick yard property
George McEler, N Grant Street 2 story
Patrick McGowan, N Grant Street 2 story
Dr. L Firestone, N Grant Street improvement brick house late TS Woodland residence
David McClarran, W Larwill Street 2 story frame house
George Troutman, N Market Street 2 story
C Roth N Market Street 3 story brick residence
Mrs. Lyles Worth, N Market Street 2 frame
William Spear, N Grant Street 2 story
John McAnnay, W Larwill Street 2 story
Mrs. Taylor, W Larwill Stret 2 story
Greinger, W Larwill Street 2 story frame house.

4th Ward.
E Quimby Jr., SW of public square has made considerable improvement by way of remolding and fixing of the old dilapidated warehouse and stable on the alley in rear of Zimmermans Exchange block
Henry Miller, S Market Street new residence 2 story frame
Judge TS Johnson, Spruce Street private residence
John McCormick, in Johnson addition to SW Wooster 2 story
Jacob Hensel, in Johnson addition 2 story
Isaac Grafton, Johnson addition 2 story
William Frafton, Johnson addition 2 story frame
JL Frafton, Johnson addition 2 story frame
Michael Goodman, Johnson addition 2 story frame house
Thomas Taner, Johnson addition 2 story
JK Messmore, Johnson addition 2 story
Oliver Sellers, Johnson addition 3 story
Jacob Drinkhouse, Johnson addition 2 story
M Fihiner, Johnson addition 2 story frame
LR Critchfield, Spruce Street improvement to 2 story house
J Lumiac, Mulberry Street 2 story frame
Winfield Hummer, W Henry Street 1 ½ story
George Horner, W Henry Street 1 ½ story
George Synder, Columbus Ave. 2 story
AE Gaust, Columbus Ave. 2 story
Samuel G Johnson, W Liberty Street imposing brick residence aristocratic and ornamental in structuring
JW Underwood, W Liberty Street 2 story
WA Underwood, W Liberty Street 2 story frame
Burton Sellers, W Liberty Street 2 story
Roswell and David McClarren, W Liberty Street splendid double house frame
Dr. SS Wilson one of the finest residences in West Wooster.

Wayne County Democrat Dec, 27, 1871[edit | edit source]

James B Childs, one door west of American House, Wooster.
Dr. HM Shaffer, office corner of S Market and South Streets, nearly opposite the US Hall, residence in office building upstairs.
Dr. George Liggett, office Shively Jewelry Store, 2 doors north of the post office.