is arranged as follows: ~
Name of individual or firm.
Postoffice address in parenthesis.
The figures following the letter r indicate the number of the road on which
the party resides, and will be found by reference to the map in the back
part of this work. Where no road number is given the party is supposed
to reside in the village.
Business or occupation.
A star (*) placed before a name indicates an advertiser in this work.
placed after the occupation of a farmer indicate the number of acres owned
Names in CAPITALS are those who have kindly given their patronage to the
work, and without whose aid its publication would have been impossible.
names changes and corrections, see Errata.
— Ab., above; ave., avenue; bds., boards; bet., between; cor., corner;
E., east; emp., .employee; fac. op., factory operative; h., house; manuf.,
manufacturer; Mfg., manufacturing; N., north; n., near; opp. opposite;
prop., proprietor; reg., registered as applied to live stock; regt., regiment;
S., south; supt., superintendent; W., west.
The word street is implied.
(Post office address is Montpelier,
unless otherwise designated in parenthesis.)
plumber, emp. John W. Peck, h 12 Spring.
plumber, emp. John W. Peck, h 14 Spring.
laborer, bds. Spring.
KEY CO., (George T. Neill and Elgin J. Gale) manufs. of the Acme automatic
dust-proof watch key, rear Main.
carpenter, bds. 9 Court.
A., salesman for William E., h 50 State.
M., manager Pavilion Hotel, bds. do.
Q., prop. Pavilion livery, boarding, hack and sale stables, h 126 State.
E., dealer in clothing, hats, caps, furs and furnishing goods, 60 State,
h 62 do.
Agency of the
Public Grain and Stock Exchange, 18 Broadway, New York city, stocks, bonds,
grain and provisions bought and sold for cash or on margins, F.E. Spaulding,
M., r 1, lumber teamster for C. C. Putman & Son.
C., butcher, emp. O. D. Scribner, h 39 Berlin St.
retired blacksmith, bds. 18 Pearl.
distiller of essential oils, h Coffee House.
W., clairvoyant physician, soldier in Co. I, 11th Vt. Vols., h 5 Fuller.
Miss, printer, emp. The Watchman, h and lot 5 Cross.
laborer, 10 Court.
retired printer, aged 77, h 5 Cross.
H., dealer in boots, shoes and rubbers, Union block, 20 State, bds. Riverside.
widow of Freeman, pastry cook.
widow of Hiland, dressmaker, h 38 S. Main.
J., carpenter, contractor and builder, h 3 Wilder.
H., printer, emp. Union Card Co., h 38 Main.
, teamster, h 6 Cross.
carpenter, bds. 4. Miles Court.
E., clerk for C. H. Ferrin, h 242 Main.
carpenter, h 4 Miles Court.
C., job teamster, h 230 Main.
A., carpenter, emp. Ambrose J., bds, 3 Wilder.
custom blacksmith, rear of Barrows & Peck's, Main, h 144 Elm.
manuf. of and wholesale and retail dealer in cigars, 38 State, h do.
Jr., cigarmaker, emp. of Arthur, Sr., bds 38 State.
cigarmaker, emp. of Arthur, Sr., h 9 Summer.
D., clerk for Marvin & Sherburne, bds. 37 Barre St.
electrician, bds. 8 Mechanic.
machinist, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 8 Mechanic.
E., machinist, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., bds. 8 Mechanic.
J., widow of Joseph, resident, h 8 Mechanic.
Co., H. W. Drew, manager, C. V. R. R. depot.
stonecutter, h 31 School.
B., millwright, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 140 Elm.
B. Mrs., resident, h 140 Pearl.
Andrus A. Charles,
carpenter, bds. 15 E. State.
N., clerk for John V. Brooks, bds. 8 Baldwin.
ARGUS AND PATRIOT,
Hiram Atkins, editor and prop., issued every Wednesday, 112 Main.
business manager Argus and Patriot, h 11 Vine.
editor and prop. Argus and Patriot, job printer and Supt. of construction
of U. S. postoffice and court-house for Montpelier, 112 Main, h 122 Elm.
resident, 122 Elm.
carpenter, h 114 Main.
V., dealer in drugs and medicines, and toilet goods, 9 State, h 25 E. Liberty.
Bacon Ann Miss,
tailoress, emp. Woolson Bros., h 30 E. State.
retired miller, h 30 E. State.
justice of the peace and blacksmith, Elm, h 140 State.
A., blacksmith, emp. of Peter, bds 140 State. Fl
R., machinist, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 2 Cross cor. Franklin.
J., electrician, bds. Montpelier House.
B., speculator, bds. 140 Main.
A., physician and surgeon, Willard block, h 43 E. State.
BAILEY E. W.
& CO., (L. D. Taft) props. of grist-mill, wholesale and retail dealers
in flour, grain, meal and feed, 94 Main.
W., (E. W. Bailey & Co.) miller.
Miss, resides 114 Elm.
widow of J. Warren, resident, h 114 Elm.
E., widow of Charles W., resides 140 Main.
coachman, emp. B. F. Fifield, bds. 118 State.
L., widow of Martin V., tailoress, emp. Woolson Bros., h 20, Arsenal ave.
W., conductor C. V. R. R., h 31 E. State.
general mechanic, h 23 Summer.
molder, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 23 Summer.
Mrs., straw worker on hats and bonnets, prop. 5 and 10 cent counter, and
dealer in house plants, h 23 Summer.
H., jeweler, emp. A. G. Stone, bds. 2 Spring.
S., head clerk C. V. R. R., Montpelier station, h 1 Terrace.
DE F., justice of the peace, lister, tinsmith, emp. Barrows & Peck,
h 64 Barre st.
E., farmer with his father, Enos H.
W., teacher of vocal music, h 166 Main.
R., clerk, emp. M. & W. R. R. R., h 8 First ave.
C., widow of Arthur D., h 18 Liberty.
W., widow of Carlos.
W., carpenter, bds. 61 Elm.
laborer, h 61 Elm.
B., machinist. emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 142 Elm.
retired, h 121 Elm.
O., carpenter and joiner, h 4 Prospect.
Miss, dressmaker, owns h and lot 4 Prospect.
blacksmith, bds. 65 Elm.
(Lewis Barney & Son) h 257 Main,
& Son, (Philip) general blacksmiths, rear 51 Main.
(Lewis Barney & Son) bds. 257 Main.
A., commercial traveler for Devereaux & Meserve, of. Boston, h 133
resident; h 102 Elm.
C., (Barrows & Peck) h 102 Elm.
Peck, (Thomas C. B. and George A. P.) tin plate workers, plumbers, and
dealers in agricultural implements and mechanics' tools, general hardware
and stoves, 64 Main.
retired farmer, residence Wrightsville.
H., druggist, dealer in tobacco, cigars, and homeopathic remedies, 25 State,
h 134 do.
Justus L., clerk for A. D. Farwell, bds. do.
J., granite cutter, h Berlin st.
J., stonecutter, bds 32 School.
M., butcher, h 45 Elm.
P., meat cook at Pavilion Hotel, bds. do.
dry goods peddler, bds. Montpelier House.
Plummer, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 8 Cross.
M., widow of Daniel K., h 23 Barre st.
M., lawyer, postoffice block, h 23 Barre st.
H., building mover, owns Hillside boarding-house and farm 15, h Hillside,
retired, aged 84, h 185 Main.
C., assistant treas. M. & W. R. R. R., h 8 Loomis.
A., dealer in millinery, fancy goods, and material for art needle work
and stamping, 54 State, bds. Hotel Kempton.
resident, h 52 Barre st.
speculator, h 52 Barre st.
H., express agent from Newport to Boston, h 169 Main.
J., student, bds. 11 Arsenal ave.
emp. Colby Wringer Co., Elm cor. Court.
B., physician and surgeon, h 165 Main.
A. REV., A. M., principal Vermont Methodist seminary and Female college,
and professor of moral and natural science, h 7 Arsenal ave.
I, widow of Freeman, h 27 Loomis.
Bixby H. Roger,
dealer in drugs, paints and oils, 10 State, h 147 do.
H., teller Montpelier National bank, bds. 27 Loomis.
A., teacher, bds. 9 Arsenal.
Richard, tinman, emp. Barrows & Peck, h 27 E. State.
D., cashier Montpelier National bank, treas. Standard Light and Power Co.,
and notary public, h 152 Main.
R., formerly civil engineer, clerk for Sabin Machine Co., bds. 152 Main.
foreman Argus and Patriot printing office, h 63 Berlin st.
E., reed and rattan worker, bds. 59 Main.
teamster, h 5 Kinsman place.
druggist, 3 State, h 11 Winter.
E., life insurance agent, bds. 11 Winter.
prop. opera house, and dealer in coal, h 21 Barre st.
N., photographer, Walton's block, 15 State, h 23 Terrace.
(successor to Blanchard Bros.) dealer in heavy and builders hardware, iron,
steel, and agricultural implements, 66 Main, h 26 Liberty.
L., clerk, emp. Fred Blanchard, bds. 21 Barre st.
E., clerk Pavilion Hotel, bds. do.
photograph finisher, bds. 23 Terrace.
photograph finisher, bds. 23 Terrace.
tinsmith, emp. Barrows & Peck, h 59 Elm.
S., farmer 15, h Wooster Branch road.
S., professor of music in Vermont Methodist seminary, h 1 Arsenal ave.
A., book-keeper, emp. W. W. Park, bds. 100 State.
E., emp. F. B. Miller, h Berlin st.
Bliss S. Newell,
resident, h 85 E. State.
S., M. D., homeo. physician and surgeon, 56 State, h, 153 do.
W., compositor, emp. The Watchman, h 21 E. State.
G., emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 9 North.
tanner, emp. Pecks & Cummins, h 131 Elm.
H. O., dealer in butter, cheese and maple sugar, farm at Berlin Corners
120, pasture and timber lands 75, h 19 Loomis.
S., breeder of Auctioneer horses and dealer in fine horses, h 143 Main.
M., engineer, emp. M. & W. R. R. R., h 145 Main.
Mrs., h 167 Main. A
M., seamstress, bds. 136 State.
Bowers H. Arthur
(R. C. Bowers Granite Co.) bds. 10 Pearl.
A., laborer, bds. 136 State.
A., locomotive engineer C. V. R. R., h 136 State.
Bowers R. C.
Granite Co., incorporated January 3, 1888; R. C, Bowers, pres.; Fred E.
Smith, vice-pies.; F. L. Eaton, treas.; H.A. Bowers, sec'y; importers of
and wholesale dealers in granite, marble and statuary work.
C., pres. R. C. Bowers Granite Co., h 10 Pearl.
A.; dealer in fish, fruit, canned goods and vegetables, h 4 Cedar.
O., r 5, breeder of pure blood Lambert and Wilkes horses, 27 head, prop.
celebrated stock horses "Abraham," "Incentive" and "Hampton."
B., r 5, (Mrs. G. O.) correspondent of Argus and Patriot, Watchman
and Mirror and Farmer.
V., druggist manager of Capital drug store, Dennis Lane, prop., 63 Main,
h 4 Cedar.
retired merchant, h 6 Liberty.
F., retired merchant, h 118 Elm cor. Winter.
teamster, h 21 Elm.
Brewer F. Huber,
clerk for Daniel F. Long, bds. 38 Main.
Brewer R. Malvina
Mrs., compositor in The Watchman office h 38 S. Mate.
A. policy clerk for National Life Insurance Co., h 128 State.
L., widow of Samuel, seamstress, h 18 Spring.
A., painter, h 11 North.
W., director Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Co., h. 138 Main.
N., widow, h 2 North.
Brooks A. Walter,
painter, h 48 E. State.
V., dealer in agricultural implements, builders' hardware, and tools, paints,
oils, doors, sash and blinds, 15 State, h 8 Baldwin.
B., clerk, emp. W. W. Park, h 28 E. State.
BROWN A. C.
& SON (Joseph G.) fire, life and accident insurance agents, Main cor.
State; Barre office, Granite block.
E., widow of J. Lyman, h 39 Barre st.
H. machinist, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 83 E. State.
C., (A. C. Brown & Son) prop. and manager telephone exchange for Washington
and Lamoille counties, Main cor. State, h 24 Summer.
tanner, h 28 St. Paul.
W., printer, h 11 Franklin.
laborer, h 24 St. Paul.
Jr., silver plater, bds. 24 St. Paul.
W., laborer, h 14 Court. S
laborer, h 14 Court.
O., carpenter and builder, foreman of construction of the U.S. court-house
and postoffice building.
W., letter carrier, h 142 Elm.
teamster, emp. C. C. Putnam & Son h Wrightsville.
D., custom shoemaker, 7 Lane place, h do.
laborer, h 123 Elm.
G., (A. C. Brown &Son) bds. 24 Summer.
H., hostler, emp. J. Q. Adams, bds. 9 Court.
blacksmith rear French block, h 48 Main.
G., laborer, bds. 32 Main.
P., widow of Abel H., h 2 Hopkins block, 12 Spring.
painter, h 2 Hopkins block, 12 Spring.
W., 25 cows, dealer in milk, and farmer 208
L., shoemaker, h 8 Winter.
R., retired, h 2 Spring.
A. L., widow of Silas, h 153 Main.
widow of Stephen, resident, h 10 N. Franklin.
molder, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., bds. 10 N. Franklin.
laborer, bds. 10 N. Franklin.
stonecutter, emp. Kelleher Bros., bds. 10 N. Franklin.
resident, 15 Court.
widow of John, h 14 N. Franklin.
emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 127 Elm.
laborer, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 14 N. Franklin.
J., retired farmer, h 40 E. Liberty.
K., retired farmer, bds. 96 State.
L., laborer, bds. 94 State.
Mrs., widow, bds. Hotel Kempton.
F., supt. gas works, h 90 State.
H., traveling salesman, h 15 Winter.
F., (Union Card Co.) bds. 25 E. State.
A., widow of George M., prop. boarding-house, 25 E. State.
D., dealer in groceries, eggs, butter and cheese, 36 Main, h and 4 acres
Miss, dressmaker, emp. Mrs. H. C. Davis, bds. 26 St. Paul.
truckman, h 26 St. Paul.
stonecutter, h 32 St. Paul.
carpenter, h 5 Lane place.
laborer, bds. 26 St. Paul.
F., truckman, emp. Francis, h 26 St. Paul.
C., night baggage master C. V. R. R., bds. Union House.
C., teamster, bds. 137 Main.
Camp Dian K.,
prop. boarding-house, 29 School.
prop. boarding-house, 29 School.
S., prop. Camp block, farm and woodland 75, h 4. School.
A., prop. boarding-house, 29 School.
H., prop. boarding-house, 29 School.
widow of L. G., resident, h 29 School.
A., widow of Zebina C., bds. 147 State.
C., widow; h 16 Spring.
25 cows, milk dealer and farmer, h Cummins.
Jr., bds. Cummins.
farmer with his father, Alexander, Sr.
tanner, emp. Keith Bros., bds. Cummins.
E. Mrs., washing and ironing, h 9 Lane place.
prop. billiard hall, 80 State, h 57 Elm.
tailor, emp. Woolson Bros., bds. Hillside.
machinist, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 125 Elm.
machinist, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 19 Franklin.
C., blacksmith, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 3 N. Franklin.
CO., THE, (Thomas Eagan and Timothy McQueeney) manufs. of and dealers in
all kinds of Barre granite, monumental and statuary work a specialty, Barre
C., justice of the peace and stonecutter, bds. 39 Barre st. 1
P., clerk in probate office, bds. 128 Elm.
lawyer, judge of probate for Washington district, court-house, h 128 Elm.
F., widow of Alfred L., resident, h 136 Elm.
W., laborer, bds. 25 E. State.
D., r 7 farm laborer, owns h and 1 acre.
machinist, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., bds. 9 St. Paul.
plumber, emp. P. L Lyons, bds. 2 Barre st.
C., stonecutter, bds. Union House.
H., widow of Henry, bds. 99 State.
H., retired, aged 70, h 160 Main.
W., foreman of Merrill Russell's granite shops, h Hyde block.
emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 27 Franklin.
Thomas L., gardener, h 5 Hillside.
carpenter and joiner, h 51 Elm.
Jr., wheelwright, 1 Elm, h 51 do.
CATIE ELI A
, wheelwright with his father, Eli, Sr., bds. 51 Elm.
W., printer. emp. Watchman office, bds. 9 Court.
building mover, h 9 Franklin.
granite polisher, bds. 201 Main.
laborer, h 201 Main.
stonecutter, h 203 Main.
M. D., farmer in E. Montpelier 80, h 3 North.
Clara A. H., widow of George G., housekeeper, 6 Franklin.
Daniel, laborer for George Brainard, bds. 6 Liberty.
Philura A., nurse, bds. 20 Loomis.
E., M. D., physician and surgeon, Main cor. State, bds. 139 Main.
M., M. D., physician and surgeon, Main cor. State, h 139 Main.
Chapie J. Edwin,
section hand M. & W. R. R. R., h 5 Fisher place.
miller, emp. E. W. Bailey & Co., h 38 E. State.
agent for C. J. Gleason, bds. 128 State.
O., clerk for C. G. Downing, bds. 32 Main.
H., off r 3, farmer 30.
Chase Ida E.,
book-keeper for Johnson & Colton, bds. 4 Charles.
F., agent Connecticut General Life Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn., Willard
dealer in fine horses, h 8 Park ave.
O., clerk for H. C. Webster, bds. 32 School.
carpenter, h 44 North.
tanner, h 40 North.
dental surgeon, teeth extracted without pain by a new method, 24 Main,
L., retired, h 8 First ave.
W., carpenter, h 39 Barre st.
P., first constable and collector, house painter, paper hanger and calciminer,
employs from 6 to 12 men, Willard block, h 25 Summer.
D., book-binder, 38 State, h 2 Barre st.
W., grower of hay, farmer 225, woodland 75, h 161 State.
D., justice of the peace, and assistant sec'y National Life Insurance Co.,
h 113 Elm.
foreman for Pecks & Cummins, bds. 9 Cummins.
widow of Chester, bds. 118 Elm.
H , r 7, farmer, resides with W. C. Walker. [Died Feb. 29, 1888.]
A. Miss, daughter of Dayton P., teacher, bds. 25 Summer.
J. Miss, resides 140 State.
k., widow of Charles R., resident, h 140 State.
D., retired, renter of tenements, and owns farm in Brookfield, Orange Co.,
h 157 Main.
CURTIS, manuf. of and dealer in lumber, h Berlin st.
h 30 Loomis.
widow of Henry, resident, h 10 Vine.
clerk for D. S. Wheatley, bds. 10 Vine.
H., book-keeper, emp. National Life Insurance Co., bds. 4 Summer.
B., molder, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 40 E. Liberty.
E., painter, h 205 Main.
F., teamster, h Wrightsville.
W., painter and paper hanger, h 52 Barre st.
R., conductor C. V. R. R., h 29 Court.
Co., Hon. Fred E. Smith, pres.; W. H. Cowell, treas.; manufs. of Colby
improved wringers, and dealers in laundry and household specialties, Berlin
F., machinist, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 3 Vine.
Colt J. George,
laborer, h 22 First ave.
C., (Johnson & Colton) h 4 First ave.
laborer, h 3 Swazey place.
E. Mrs., bds. 165 Main.
A., r 1, molder.
J., connected with Excelsior Granite Co., of Montpelier, h 36 Barre st.
Mrs., h 51 Barre st.
M., dealer in fish and oysters, fruits and vegetables, 128 Main, h 130
widow of Patrick, h 32 St. Paul.
H., printer, emp. The Watchman office, h 50 E. Liberty.
W., photographer and crayon artist, Pratt block, 38 State, h 22 Vine.
H., treas. Colby Wringer Co., h 5 Pearl.
laborer, h 232 Main.
Miss, stenographer and typewriter for Senter & Kemp, bds. Hotel Kempton.
Miss, owns h and lot 22 Ridge.
carpenter, h 22 Ridge.
mason, h 15 N. Franklin.
laborer, bds. 15 N. Franklin.
Jr., mason, h 24 Court.
retired, h 27 Barre st.
CROSS C. H.
& SON, (L. Bart) manufs. of all kinds of crackers, bread, cakes, and
confectionery, wholesale and retail dealers in cigars and nuts, 101 Main.
H., (C. H. Cross & Son) trustee Vermont seminary, and owns 12 tenements,
h 56 E. State. '
B., manuf. and dealer in granite, near M. & W. R. R. R. depot, h 17
CROSS L. BART,
(C. H. Cross & Son) (D. A. Guptil & Co.) trustee Montpelier Savings
Bank and Trust Co., chief engineer fire department, prop. Cross block,
Elm st., containing 6 tenements, h 39 School.
B., watchmaker, 97 Elm, h do.
N., inventor and manuf. of a dry air refrigerator, 56 E. State, bds. do.
M., widow of Luther, resident, aged 90, h 97 Elm.
C., machinist, emp. Lane Mfg. Co., h 21 Bailey ave.
hostler, h 2 Barre st.
reporter for The Watchman, bds. 18 Barre st.
O., (Pecks & Cummins) h 54 Arsenal ave.
7 cows and farmer 100.
E., general agent New England Life Insurance Co., h 28 E. Liberty.
Ransom, janitor at Methodist seminary, bds. 11 Arsenal ave.
teamster, bds. 137 Main.
Rev., superanuated M. E. clergyman, aged 83, resides with his daughter,
Mrs. P. H. Hinkley, 45 Arsenal ave.
J., janitor for Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
laborer, h 1 Swazey place.
M., musician and instructor of bands, h 54 Elm.
M., teller First National, Bank of Montpelier, bds. 44 Barre st.
M., selectman, and dealer in fine horses, h 44 Barre st.
Of Washington County, Vt. 1783-1899,
and Published by Hamilton Child,
By William Adams.
Journal Company, Printers and Binders.
N. Y.; April, 1889.
by Karima Allison, 2003