1857-1858 Milwaukee County Directory Businesses
Milwaukee City Directory for 1857 & 1858 Volume 1 First Series Milwaukee: Steam Press of King, Jermain & Co. 205 and 207 East Water Street Key: bt = between h = house bds = boards atty = attorney cor = corner N = north W = west S = south E = east The word street is implied
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ABRAHAMS & KAHN: ADAMS, C. & Co.: see AVERS ADLER, Newbouer & Co.: see ALTMAN ALBANY BUILDING: S.W. cor. Main and Michigan ALMS AND PEST HOUSE North end Prospect street. First Ward AMERICAN EXPRESS OFFICE Huron, bt East Water and Main, S. AMERICAN HOUSE no. 27, 29 and 31 Spring near the Cemetery AMERICAN AND WESTERN TRANSPORTATION CO.'S OFFICE floor of East Water see ALLYN AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY DEPOSITORY 165 East Water AMERICAN PRINTING OFFICE Phoenix Building AMERICAN S. UNION FOR WISCONSIN: see BURTIS, J. Henry (Rev.) ARCADE BUILDING: East Water, near Michigan see BROICH, Hugo ARNOLD, BLANCHARD & CO.: see BLANCHARD ASBURY METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH: Fifth Ward, S.E. cor Grove and Virginia ATLANTIC HOUSE S.E. cor Main and Detroit see BRYDEN, James A. BABCOCK BROS. carpenters, Second, bt Sycamore and Clybourn, W. BACKMAN: Sigdmon millinery and fancy goods, 188 East Water, h Van Buren, bt Wisconsin and Mason, E. BACON: Ambrose H. wines and liquors, 24 East Water. BADE: Albert register of deeds and insurance agent, office Prentiss' block, cor East Water and Mason; h Jackson, bt Martin and Division, W. BADGER STATE SAFES: see BERLINER & BRUNO BAGNALL & CO. lumber yard, S E cor Clybourn and West Water. BAKER & ISHAM wines and liquors, 79 East Water. BAKER: Erasmus D. physician, office Concert Hall building, h Clybourn, bt Sixth and Seventh. BALTIC HOUSE cor Main and Detroit BAMBACH E. & CO. brick-makers, cor Elizabeth and old Muskego road. BANK OF MILWAUKEE S E cor East Water and Huron. BANNER & VOLKSFREUND cor East Water and Mason. BARCLAY, HALE & CO. BANK OF MILWAUKEE: S E cor East Water and Huron see BURNELL, Calvin J. BAST & KLINGLER Wisconsin brewery, Knapp, bt Market and Main, S. BIBLE DEPOSITORY: 165 East Water BOARD OF TRADE ROOMS: Newhall House BODENBACH & CO. tobacco and cigars, 247 East Water BOND & GURNEE lumber yard, West Water, bt Clybourn and Fowler. BONESTEEL: John N. dry goods, 187 East Water, h Biddle, bt Van Buren and Cass, N. BONNELL: James dry goods and groceries, 97 and 99 East Water, h Van Buren, bt Biddle and Martin, E. BONNELL: Lansing stoves, scales and safes, 89 and 91 East Water, h N W cor Oneida and Marshall. BOOGK: Charles groceries and dry goods, 296 Third. BOOTH & LADUE: wool dealers, on the water-power. BOCHERT: Frederick groceries and provisions, S E cor Reed and Florida. BOOK & PERIODICAL DEPOT: see ANGER BOSUSTOW & BARNETT grocers, 22 Spring BOSWORTH: H & Sons wholesale druggists, 139 East Water. BOVIS: R. P. & Co. painters, bds Mrs. J.A. Freeman. BOWERS: Michael livery and exchange stable, Main, bt Michigan and Huron, E, h 53 Cass. BOYD & LEDYARD dry goods and groceries, No 7 Spring. BOYNTON & SMITH grocers, 85 East Water. BRADFORD BROS. dry goods and carpeting, 155 and 157 East Water. BRADLEY & METCALF boots, shoes and leather, 191 East Water. BRAH: Matthew wagon shop, Wells, bt Second and Third, N, h near N E cor Third and Wells. BRATTAN & MIDDLETON upholsterers, 34 Wisconsin . BRAUN: Elias dry goods and groceries, Walnut, bt Fourteenth and Fifteenth, N. BREMER G. & CO. wholesale grocers, l35 East Water BREMER, PFEIFFER & MORAWETZ clothiers, 138 East Water BRENNEKE & FRERICHS cigars and tobacco, S W cor Main and Wisconsin BRICK: Nathan furniture ware-rooms, 204 and 212 West Water, h Fourth, by Sycamore and Clybourn, W. BRICKYARD: see AULTLET BRIDGE BROTHERS: bankers and exchange brokers, East Water, under the State Bank; BROOKES & STEVENSON portrait painter, Main, one door N of the Newhall House. BROWN: Henry S. daguerrean gallery, Martin's block, No 2, second floor, h Astor, bt Oneida and Biddle BROWN & OGDEN attorneys, No 1 and 2 Albany building. BULLS HEAD CATTLE MARKET: Fowler, bt West Water and Second BURNHAM BRICKYARD: see BAUER, Peter see BETTINGER, Neiklous CATHOLIC CEMETERIES Spring, S. CENTRAL HOTEL SE cor Ferry and South Water see AMOS see BROOKS, Deacon see BROOKS, Nathan B. CHANDLER & JENNINGS Dry goods, 199 East Water CHAPIN, GREGORY, & ARMOUR Grocers, 12 and 14 Spring, cor West Water CHESTNUT STREET HOUSE cor Chestnut and Fourth CHICAGO HOUSE Detroit, near Milwaukee, S. see BURNS, James CHICAGO ROUND HOUSE: see ARMSTRONG CITY AUCTION ROOM cor East Water and Wisconsin CITY-BOOKBINDERY Niedecken & Co., 6 Kneeland Block CITY CLERK'S OFFICE Excelsior Block CITY COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE Excelsior Block CITY LAND OFFICE Albany Building, Michigan CITY SURVEYOR'S OFFICE Furlong Block CITY TREASURER'S OFFICE: see BROWN, Theodore D. Excelsior Block CITY FOUNDRY 240 West Water CITY OF STUTTGARD TAVERN cor Fifth and Chestnut CLARK & CO. Bankers, State Bank Building CLARKE & ILSLEY Real estate, SE cor Wisconsin and Main CLERK OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Office County buildings, Court House Square CLINTON HOUSE Clinton, bt South Water and Lake see AXTELL CODDINGTON: Coddington & Kimball Meat market, SW cor Spring and Third COE & CO. Produce and commission Cor Poplar and Third COHN BROTHERS & CO. Dry goods and fancy, 30 Chestnut Cole, Bradley & Co. Dealers in produce, 201 West Water COLE, BRADLEY & CO. People’s market, 2 Spring, N. COLGATE BROS. Hardware, 111 East Water OLLINS: Jon. Dealer in second-hand merchandise, West Water, next door to Fountain House, W. COMMERCIAL INS. COMPANY office Michigan, in State B'k Building COMMERCIAL HOTEL Main, bt Huron and Detroit see BENTON, John COMMON COUNCIL Rooms No. 5 State Bank Building CONCERT HALL NW cor Spring and W. Water see BAKER, Erasmus D. see BATTLE, W. T. CONWAY: W. A. & CO. Wisconsin Planing Mill, Third, bt Fowler and Clybourn. COOK & LOCKWOOD R. R. contractors, cor East Water and Huron. COOLIDGE & SHERBURNE vegetables and poulty, Market House. COON: J. G.. hack and livery, Fourth, bt Prairie and Tamarack, h Fourth, bt Poplar and Vliet. CORD & BROTHER flour and feed, 4 Market. CORDES: C & Brother grocery and provision, Clinton, bt Lake and South Water, W. CORDES: J. H. & Co. grocers, 92 East Water. CORDES & Co. grocers, cor S. Water and Clinton. CORSON & VANDOR attorneys, Juneau Block. COUNTY BUILDINGS Court House Square. COUNTY AND CIRCUIT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE County Buildings COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE County Buildings COUNTY REGISTER'S OFFICE County Buildings COURT HOUSE SQUARE Oneida, bt Jefferson and Jackson. COURT HOUSE Court House Square. COUNTY JAIL Jackson, bd Biddle and Martin. CRAMER & BEECKER crockery and glass, 211 East Water. CROFTON & LANGDON grocers, Huron, bt Jackson and Van Buren. CROSS & WOODWARD attorneys, 5 Albany Building. CUSTOM HOUSE Erie, bt East Water and Main. CUSTOM HOUSE (new) N W cor Milwaukee and Wisconsin . DAILY NEWS: see BOECKMAN, Ernst DAILY WISCONSIN: see AIKENS DECATUR: steam tug see BRANAGAN, Wm. DUTCH REFORMED CHURCH: see BOLKE, S. (Rev.) EAGLE BAKERY: see ACKERMANN EAGLE MILLS: see BERTSCHEY, John EMPIRE CITY HOUSE: see AYERS see BAGNALL, John see BLAKE, Henry D. see BOLAN, James see BROTHY, Michael see BROWN, James see BROWN, John FIFTH WARD GAS CO.: see BANSIN, John FIFTH WARD SCHOOL: see BATEMAN, J. E. FOND DU LAC HOUSE: see AUER see BOEHME, Charles see BOEHMER, John FOUNTAIN HOUSE: see BROWN, A. S. see BROWN, J. see BROWNHERST, F. see CADY, Dennis FRANKFORT HOUSE: see BRAUN, Augustus FRANKLIN HOUSE: see BOWLES, Jas. L. FREE DEMOCRAT Office: see ARMSTRONG see BOOTH, S. M. GERMAN HOTEL: see BERNINGER, H. T. GLOBE INN: see BURNS, Michael GOVERNMENT HARBOR: see BARRETT, David see BROOKS, Louis HABHEGGER & HECKLER Wagon makers, E. Water, bt Oneida and Biddle HANEY & DEBOW Hardware, 137 E. Water HANSEN: Westermann & Co. Yankee Notions, 138 East Water HANSON & HASKELL Dentists, 301 Milwaukee HARDY: John Hardware and cutlery, 239 E. Water HARMSEN, H. & D. J. DOORNINK Grocers, cor Tenth and Cherry HARRINGTON & CO., Druggists, 151 East Water HAWKINS HOUSE: N E. cor Ferry and Lake HAWKINS HOUSE: see BROWN, Austin J. HAY SCALES: Market Square, Seventh Ward HAY SCALES: cor Spring and West Water HAY SCALES: cor Chestnut and Fourth HAY SCALES: cor East Water and Detroit HAY SCALES: cor East Water and Erie HAY SCALES: South Water, near Ferry HAY SCALES: South Water, near Barclay HASBROUCK & PEARCE Proprietors Walker House HASSETT & CHAPMAN Dry goods, 185 E. Water HEIL H. & Co., boots and shoes See HEIL, Henry HEWITT: Hewitt, G. P. & Son Hardware and stoves, 93 East Water HIBBARD: R. Boots and shoes, 202 West Water h Sycamore, bt West Water and Second, S. HIBBARD: Truman Produce and commission, West Water, bt Clybourn and Fowler h Cass, bt Wisconsin and Mason, E. HILL: Hill, H. & J. F. H. Commission merchants, SW cor Chicago and East Water HILLIS: Hillis & Torboss Sash and doors, Milwaukee, bt Michigan and Huron, E. HIRSCH: Samuel Fancy dry goods, No. 5 Albany Building HOCHHERY: Hochhery & Co. Merchant tailors, Clinton, near South Water HOFFMAN: H. C. Milwaukee Marble Works, 6 and 8 Spring HOFFMANN: Hoffman Bros., dry goods, 215 East Water HOFFMANN: Brass foundry, Tamarack, bt Third and Fourth; h Fourth, bt Tamarack and Cedar, W. HOHL: Hohl, J. H. & Co. Brewery, cor Chestnut and Seventh HOLBROOK: Joseph Lumber yard, cor Biddle and River, h NE cor Spring and Fifth. HOLLAND: W. Henry Ins. agent, 12 Newhall House, h 20 Michigan HOLY TRINITY CATHOLIC CHURCH SW cor Greenbush and Park HOME SALOON No. 5 Spring INDIANA HOUSE: see BURKE, John JEWELL: Rice & Co. Wholesale grocers, 41 East Water JOHNSON & OLMSTED Agt, Lake Mich, Steam Boat Co., Erie, Foot of Main JONES & BAKER Jewelers, 200 East Water JUNEAU BANK Ludington’s Block, NW cor East Water and Wisconsin JUNEAU BLOCK East Water, bt Mason and Wisconsin KANSAS AID SOCIETY Office 198 East Water KEAN: Kean & Rice Proprietors of Newhall House KEAN & RICE Proprietors of Newhall House KECKLER: A. T. New York Tea Store, Main, bt Wisconsin and Mason, W., h Jackson, bt Martin and Division, W. KELLOGG: Kellogg & Strong Forwarding and commission, South Water KEMPER: K. D. Physician, 24 Chestnut, bds Republican House KEMPSHALL: H. Books and stationery, 175 East Water, bds Mrs. McPherson KENNEDY: Kennedy, L. & Co. Ins. Agents, office Phoenix Building KENOSHA & ROCKFORD R.R.: see BURNELL, L. KEUG: Keug & Co. Steam saw mill, Clinton near Kinnikinnick KEY STONE STATE HOTEL NE cor Main and Detroit KING: King, Rufus & Co. Proprietors Daily Sentinel, Ludington’s Block, 205 and 207 East Water KINNE: Kinne & Hastings Produce and commission, foot of East Water KIRBY’S BLOCK NE cor East Water and Wisconsin KIRBY: Abner Lumber yard, near Menomonee bridge, h Van Buren, bt Martin and Division, W. KIRBY: Kirby, J. & H. B. Livery stable, Main, bt Wisconsin and Mason, W. KISSINGER & MICHEL Winer and liquors, S W cor Reed and Lake KOSSACK: Dr. Gustave 530 Jefferson, bt Ogden and Lyon, E. KOSSUTH HOUSE East Water, bt Biddle and Martin KREBS: Krebs and Waldeck Vinegar factory, Third, bt Wells and Cedar, W. KRIEGE: Kriege & Koenig Bakers, Reed, near Florida KRIMM BEER SALOON F. Ehrmann, Monroe, bt Scott and Madison KROEGER: Kroeger & Bro. Grocery, Grove, bt Walker and Mineral, W. KROEGER: Henry Ice dealer, SE cor Grove and Walker KRUEKE: Krueke, G. & F. Mitzlaff, Third, near Tamarack KUHN: Kuhn, Esche & Co. Wool dealers on the canal L & M RR see BART: J. L C RR: see BROWN, James L C & M RR: see BLOUNT, Oscar F. see BOSWORTH, John H. see BUTTLES, O. B. LABELLE: H. Agent Connoly & Lantier, Montreal, Office SE cor East Water and Huron LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE R. R. Freight Depot, foot of Vliet LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE R. R. Passenger Depot, SE cor Chestnut and Third LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE R. R. Superintendent's Office, in Passenger Depot LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE R. R. President's Office, NW cor Spring and Fourth LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE R. R. Vice President & Secretary's Office, Third, bt Chestnut and Prairie LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE R. R. Freight Depot, Watertown Division, NW cor West Water and Menomonee LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE R. R. Superintendent's Office, Watertown Division, in Freight Depot LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE R. R. Round House, near the Canal Dam LACROSSE RAILROAD HOUSE cor Chestnut and Fourth LaCROSSE R.R.: see ANDREW see BABCOCK LAIDLAW: Walter Land agent, 230 East Water, h SW cor Cass and Ogden LAKE: L. F. Physician and druggist, cor South Water and Clinton, h Greenbush, bt Virginia and Park, W. LAKE: Dr. Waldo W. Physician, 17 Wisconsin, h 419 Milwaukee LAKE SHORE R.R.: see ADAMS LAKIN: Lakin & Steever, attorneys, Kirby’s Block LANDA: Franz Proprietor of Landa’s Hotel, cor West Water and Third LANE: Lane, J. S. & Co. Dry goods, Reed, bt Oregon and Lake LARIGO: Charles A. Mercantile academy, 40 Wisconsin LAW BUILDINGS Wisconin, bt East Water and Main, N. LAYTON HOUSE Janesville Plank Road, on City Line, S. J. C. Crounse, proprietor. LAYTON & PLANKINTON: pork and beef packers, West Water, bt Clybourne and Fowler, E. LAVERRENZ & DALE book binders, 293 East Water LEE & CAIN lumber yard, West Water, bt Spring and Sycamore. LEE, L. L. & SON GLOBE IRON WORKS, S E cor Virginia and Reed. LEFEVRE & GREENE hardware, 81 East Water LELAND, PRENTICE & CO. boots and shoes, 138 East Water. LEMENESS & BIERBACH grocery, 32 Chestnut. LEPPINE & VIRGINIA barbers, 213 East Water. LEWALD & DANENBAUM: dry goods, 11 Spring. LIEBHABER & HESSE: land and lost baggage agent, East Water, bt Martin and Biddle, E. LILLY H & CO. soap and candles, Beach, bt Huron and Detroit, W. LITTAUER: M. dry goods, 251 East Water, h Prairie, bt Fifth and Sixth. LITTELL & BAKER wholesale grocers, 109 East Water. LOGEMAN & CO.: Watchmakers and jewwellers, 209 Water LORD: A. H. & Co., Marble cutters, cor Spring and Third LOUIS HOUSE Huron, bt East Water and Main LIGHT HOUSE: see North Point LOUIS HOUSE: see ASCHE see BENNET, Samuel B. see BENTON, R. H. see BLOCK, Samuel see BLOSS, Edward A. LUDINGTON'S BLOCK N W cor East Water and Wisconsin LUDINGTON: H. & Co. Lumber yard, 220 West Water, E. LUMSDEN & BRO. Leather store, 115 East Water LUSCOMBE & PIERCE Lumber dealers, N W cor Division and East Water M & LC RR ROUND HOUSE: see BROWN, John M & M R.R.: see ANTHONY see ARMSTRONG see AULTLET see BACON, Edward P. see BAILIE, John see BAKER, F. C. see BANESTER, James see BENDINGER, Philip see BERGEN, S. see BOWEN, Wm. see BOYLES, Lewis see BRICKLY, Ira see BRODHEAD, Edward H. see BRODHEAD, John C. see BROWN, E. L. see BRYAN, J. see BURROWS, G. W. MANSION HOUSE: see BECHTEL, John see BECK, John see BEHM, Henry MARKET HOUSE: see BOORAM, John MASONIC HALL Ludington's Block. MAIER & HOHL 20 Chestnut MAIER & HEILDEMAN Bakery, cor Reed and Oregon MAIER: J. B. & CO. Meat Market, Chestnut, bt Third and Fourth MANN BROS. grocers, 36 East Water. MANSION HOUSE cor Third and Chestnut. MASTERSON & PIERCE grocers, 25 Mason; MATHER & THORN carriage factory, S W cor Ceder and West Water. MATTHEWS & HOWARD meat-market, Huron, near Main. MATSON, LOOMIS & HOES 201 East Water. MAXFELD: J.B. stone ware factory, N W cor West Water and Clybourn, h Sycamore, bt Fifth and Sixth, S MAXWELL & DETWILLER tinsmith, 20 Wisconsin. MAY & COTTRELL attorneys, 9 Albany Building. MAY & HENTON vinegar factory, 273 Third. MAYER & CAHN dry goods, Clinton, bt Lake and South Water. MAYHEW: T. W. & CO. yankee notions, 200 West Water. MAYOR'S OFFICE Excelsior Block McCARTY: J. & E. hack stable, Main, near Wisconsin. McGRATH & CO. paper hangers, 21 Wisconsin. MENOMONEE BEER HALL: see BOLTAG, Frederick MENOMONEE BEER HALL 223 East Water MENOMONEE BREWERY Near Monroe, S. MENOMONEE HOTEL West Water, near Spring. see BARNES: O. A. see CADWELL, E. MERCANTILE COLLEGE S. H. Salom, principal Juneau Block. MERCHANTS' MUTUAL INS. CO. SE cor East Water and Huron MERCHANTS' HOTEL East Water, near Chicago see BURROWS, Philander W. MERCHANTS' AND TRADERS' INS. CO. Office Phoenix Block MERRICK AND EDSON Attorneys, Ludington Block. METTLACH & KUHN Concert Hall, 38 Chestnut METROPOLITAN STORE 199 East Water, Chandler & Jennings, proprietors MEYER: Meyer & Winkler Brewery, NE cor Cherry and Seventh MEXICAN HOUSE: see BUSSE, Benj. MIDDLEWOOD: Middlewood & Gibson Brewers, cor Eighth and Chestnut MILENTZ: Milentz Bros., hats and capes, 261 East Water MICHIGAN CENTRAL R.R.: see ARMSTRONG MILWAUKEE AMERICAN Daily, tri-weekly, and weekly cor East Water and Michigan, (Phoenix Building) MILWAUKEE ATLAS cor Oneida and East Water MILWAUKEE & BELOIT R. R. OFFICE Kneeland’s Block MILWAUEE & CHICAGO R. R. OFFICE Reed, bt Lake and Oregon, W. MILWAUKEE & CHICAGO R. R. DEPOT SW cor Barclay & Florida MILWAUKEE CITY INSURANCE COMPANY Prentiss Block MILWAUKEE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Juneau Block, Baylies & Lincoln, proprietors MILWAUKEE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE: see BAYLIES & LINCOLN MILWAUKEE COUNTY BIBLE SOCIETY DEPOSITORY 165 East Water MILWAUKEE DAILY NEWS Mason, bt East Water and Main Sharpstein & Lathrop, proprietors. MILWAUKEE EXCHANGE Main, near Chicago, E. MILWAUKEE & FOND DU LAC R. R. OFFICE 217 East Water MILWAUKEE EXCHANGE: see BARRETT: James see BOHANN, Peter MILWAUKEE FEMALE COLLEGE cor Division and Milwaukee MILWAUKEE FREE DEMOCRAT Daily, tri-weekly, and weekly, 1 Spring MILWAUKEE GAS LIGHT CO.’S OFFICE NE cor East Water and Wisconsin MILWAUKEE & HORICON R R Freight depot, Third, bt Vliet and Cherry MILWAUKEE & HORICON R R Office, cor Third and Prairie MILWAUKEE HOUSE Main, near Huron, E. MILWAUKEE & LaCROSSE R.R. Freight Office: see ABBOTT MILWAUKEE LIGHT GUARD ARMORY Concert Hall MILWAUKEE MECHANICS MUTUAL INS. CO. Preusser’s Block MILWAUKEE MERCANTILE ACADEMY Wisconsin, bt Main and Milwaukee, S. MILWAUKEE & MISSISSIPPI R R Freight depot and offices, SE cor West Water and Menomonee MILWAUKEE MUSICAL SOCIETY Best’s Hall, East Water, bt Oneida and Martin MILWAUKEE MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. Office, 4 Martin’s Block MILWAUKEE PROTESTANT ORPHAN ASYLUM Marshall, bt Oneida and Biddle. MILWAUKEE SENTINEL Daily, Tri-weekly, and Weekly, 205 and 207, East Water, R. King & Co., proprietors. MILWAUKEE & SUPERIOR R R Office, 217 East Water MIL. & SUPERIOR R.R.: see ALTON MILWAUKEE UNIVERSITY Milwaukee, bt Mason and Oneida MILWAUKEE UNIVERSITY: see BOSWORTH, George MILWAUKEE WISCONSIN Phoenix Block N Y CENTRAL RR: see BUTLER, WIlliam NEWHALL HOUSE: see ANDERSON see BOARD OF TRADE ROOMS see BRADLEY, Chas. T. see Brookes & Stevenson NIAGARA HOUSE: see ADAMS see ALEXANDER see ALLEUFF see ALVORD see ANDERSON see BOYD, John NORTH POINT LIGHT HOUSE: see BUCKE, Michael see BURKE, Michael NORTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: see BUCHANAN, John M. NORTH STREET HOUSE: see BRUSS, Gottfield NORTHERN EXPRESS OFFICE American House, C. F. Loomis, proprietor NORTH WESTERN TYPE FOUNDRY N W cor Spring and West Water, Miller & Starr, proprietors. See ad NOSS & GRAESER Boots and shoes, 19 Wisconsin. See ad NOYES, FLERTZHEIM & CO. Furniture warehouse, 218 and 220 East Water. See ad pg 24 NUNNENMACHER'S BLOCK S W cor East Water and Oneida OBERMANN & CO. Brewers, N W cor Cherry and Fifth ODD FELLOWS HALL Martin's Block, 4th Floor O'DONNELL & MARCUS Brickyard OFFENBACH: Louis J. Importer of cigars, 255 East Water, h Biddle, bt Main and Milwaukee OGDEN & WALL City land office, 4 Albany Building. OLIN: C. C. & CO., Insurance and Collecting agency, 1 and 2 Furlong's Block OLD GOVERNMENT HARBOR: see BARRETT, David see BROOKS, Louis OLMSTED HOUSE S W cor Jefferson and Detroit OLMSTEAD HOUSE: see BRIDGE, H. M. OLSON: Martin Liquor and Cigars, Gerry, bt Lake and South Water O'NEIL & SCHULTZ Coal yard, foot of Oneida, near the river ORTON & BENNETT Druggists, Clinton, bt Lake and South Water PARKER'S NURSERY AND GREEN HOUSE Watertown Plank Road. PATEK: G & Co. grocers, 56 East Water. PATTON & WILLIAMS grocer, 15 Spring. PEOPLE'S BANK 227 East Water. PEOPLE'S MARKET: see BRADLEY, H. C. PFISTER: G & Co. City Tannery, Oregon, bt Monroe and Geddings, and 149 East Water PHOENIX BUILDING N W cor East Water and Michigan. PIERCE, CASWELL & CO. lumber manufacturers and dealers, N W cor Division and East Water. PIERCE: R. W. & Co. match factory, Walnut, bt Sixth and Seventh, N. PITTSBURG COAL YARD River, bt Oneida and Biddle, Fitts & Bro., proprietors. PLAFF & BEYER saloon, 17 Wisconsin. PLANER: Zuerner & Kindt piano forte manufacturers, Tamarack, near Third PLANKINTON: John & Co. soap and candle manufacturers, West Water, bt Fowler and Clybourn, E. PLEISCH & CO. commission, East Water, bt Oneida and Biddle, E. POLICE OFFICE Main, bt Mason and Oneida, W. POLICE STATION: Main, bt Mason and Oneida, W. POLNISH CHURCH N E cor Tamarack and Fourth. PORTER & CO.: grocery, Clinton, bt Lake and South Water, W. PORTER: Porter & Sivyer Grocers, Clinton, bt South Water and Lake PRENTISS' BLOCK NW cor East Water and Mason PREUSSER'S BLOCK NE cor East Water and Mason PRIEGER & CO. Paper manufacturers, 277 East Water PRITZLAFF J. & Co. Hardware, Sixth, bt Spring and Sycamore, E. PROBATE OFFICE 13 Spring QUAYLE: Quayle & McMenemy Grocers, SW cor Lake and Clinton QUENTIN: Quentin, Charles & Co. Real estate, Preusser’s Block QUENTIN'S PARK Walnut, bt Seventh and Ninth RAIL ROAD HOUSE West Water, near Fowler, W. RR HOUSE: see ADAMS see ANDERSON see BERGEN, S. RAMIEN: Ramien & Co. Crockery and glassware, 255 East Water RAYMOND: Raymond & Spice Grocers, 16 Wisconsin REED: Reed & Felthausen Rail road and steamboat work, SE cor South Water and Barclay REED: Herbert Grocer, 235 East Water, residence “Sunny Side,” SW cor Twelfth and Cedar REEVE: Reeve & Roe Bankers, 210 East Water REHM: Rehm & Kuemer Book, stationery and circulatory library, East Water, bt Biddle and Martin REIS: Mrs. Theodore Intelligence office, 293 East Water REITTER: Johann Grocery and provision, Vliet, bt Fourteenth and Fifteenth, N. REITZENSTEIN: Waldemar Tobacco and cigars, 299 East Water REITZNER: Hermann Clay stove manufacturer, Main, bt Division and Knapp RELIANCE WORKS 280 West Water, Decker & Seville, proprietors REPUBLICAN HOUSE cor Third and Cedar REVERE HOUSE John W. Steward, proprietor, Third, near La Crosse Rail Road passenger depot, W. RELIANCE WORKS: see BAINBRIDGE, R. see BARTLETT: O. G. REPUBLICAN HOUSE: see BAER, Bernard RHENDE & CO. Green Bay road brewery NE cor Third and Walnut RHENISH HOUSE cor Milwaukee and Huron RICHARDSON & GRAY Hot air furnaces, Young's Block ROCHESTER HOUSE: see BOERINGER, Martin see BRANDEFFEL, John ROSS & GERSTNER Clothing, 26 Chestnut ROUND HOUSE: see BERNHARD, Carl ROUTLEDGE & OWENS Horse shoers, Main, bt Michigan and Huron, E. RUEHLE: William & Co. Carriage maker, Florida, near the Lake Shore R R depot S SABBATH SCHOOL DEPOSITORY 165 East Water, up stairs ST. JOHN'S CEMETERY: see BENZENGER, F. see BURKHARDT, Heinrich SCHNEIDER & WALLOTT grocers, cor South East Water and Clinton. SCHNITZLER & CASSEL grocers, S W cor East Water and Biddle. SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS ROOM Excelsior Block. SCHRAM J. R. & Co. grocers, 53 Chestnut. SCHRAMM G. G. & Co. grocers, 41 Chestnut. SCHUETT F & CO. groceries and liquors, 263 Market Square. SCHUMACHER & JOHNSON lock and safe factory, 245 East Water. SCHWAB & BROS. wines and liquors, 319 East Water. SCURR & FLOWERS produce agents, platform, M & M R R. SEAMAN & WING cabinet ware rooms, 172 and 174 E. Water, SECOND WARD BANK 10 Chestnut. SECRETARY OF BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OFFICE 12 Excelsior Block. SEE BOTE PRINTING OFFICE Mason, bt East Water and Main, N. SEELEY: Charles M. photographic gallery, 171 1/2 East Water, h 423 Milwaukee SENNETT, BARR & CO. iron founders and machinists, 38 E. Water SENTINEL OFFICE: see BURDICK, Alonzo H. see BURDICK, Norman L. SEVENTH WARD PUBLIC SCHOOL Jefferson, bt Martin and Division, W. SEXTON & BRO. & CO. dry goods, 143 and 145, East Water SHADBOLT & MASON builders, S E cor Main and Michigan. SHARPSTEIN & LATHROP publishers, of Daily News, Mason, bt East Water and Main SHEPHERD G W & S grocers, S Water, bt Ferry and Clinton, N. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Ludington's Block. SHIPYARD Jones Island: see ALEXANDER SHOYER E. M. & Co. clothiers, 154 East Water. SIMPSON & SONS meat market, East Water, bt Huron and Detroit. SINCLAIR & GUNNISON grocers, 40 East Water. SIVYER, TERRILL & CO. crockery, 59 East Water. SIXTH WARD PUBLIC SCHOOL Fourth, bt Cherry and Galena, W. SMITH & CO. steam boiler makers, cor Oregon and Reed. SMITH J. B. & CO. planing mill and sash factory, West Water, bt Fowler and Menomonee SMITH & SALOMON attorneys, No. 4, Kneeland's Block SMITH, SENFTLEBEN & CO. gas fitting, S E cor Reed and Lake SIXTH WARD SCHOOL HOUSE: see BUTLER, T. D. SNOW: Snow & Williams Wagon makers, cor Michigan and Main SOUTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Hanover, bt Park and Pierce, E. SPAAN: Henry Green grocer, 9 and 11 Market House SPEARMAN: L. S. Physician, bds James Heth SPERRY: Sperry and Greene Mason builders SPRING ST. MEAT MARKET SW cor Spring and Third Codington & Kimball, proprietors STAATS: B. & S. W. Lumber and grain merchants, West Water, near Menomonee STADD PRAG HOUSE Clinton, bt Lake and Oregon, S. STADLER: Joseph Physician, SE cor Vliet and Fifth STAFF: George C. Millinery, 292 East Water, h 310 West Water STARK: Stark & Prentiss Attorneys, NW cor Main and Wisconsin STARKWEATHER: G. A. & J. C. Attorneys, office State Bank building STARR"S JOB PRINTING OFFICE Office, Juneau Block STATE BANK OF WISCONSIN NE cor E. Water and Michigan STATE BANK: see Bridge Brothers STATE BANK OF WISCONSIN: see BAKER, T. L. see BLAKESLEE, Frank STEELE: Steele & Co. Vinegar factory, Ferry, near South Water STEIN: Stein Brothers & Co. Clothiers, 140 East Water STEINBAUER: Steinbauer, George & Co. Vinegar factory, Third, bt Wells and Cedar STERN: Stern, H. Jr. & Bro. Dry goods, 212 East Water STEVENS: J. E. Lumber yard, River, North of Oneida STIMSON'S HOTEL NE cor East Water and Detroit ST. GAUL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH SW cor Second and Sycamore ST. JAMES' EPISCOPAL CHURCH Spring, bt Eighth and Ninth, S. ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH NW cor Hanover and Pierce ST. JOHANNES CHURCH NW cor Fourth and Prairie ST. JOHN'S INFIRMARY Jefferson, bt Martin and Division, E. ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH NW cor Eleventh and Cherry ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH NE cor Mason and Jefferson ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH cor Hanover and Elizabeth STOLZ: Stolz & Schneider Brewery, cor Main and Ogden STONE: Stone, M. & M. Machinists, NW cor Reed and South Water STOREY: William Boots and shoes, Lake, bt Barclay and Clinton, S. h SE cor Pierce and Monroe STORM: Peter R. Produce and commission, West Water, near M. & M. depot, bds Walker House STORRS: Storrs & Nute Produce agents, M. & M. grain depot STOWELL: Stowell, J. M. & Co. Machinist, Florida, near Reed STRAUSS: Meyer Cigar store, 207 East Water, h Racine, bt Lyon and Pleasant STREETER: S. R. Att., Juneau Block, h Johnson, bt Main and Milwaukee STRICKLAND & CO. Books and stationery, 134 East Water STROHN & REITZENSTEIN Tobacco and cigars, 262 West Water STRONG: Strong & Co. Billiard tables, 90 Chicago ST. ROSA’S ORPHAN ASYLUM Jackson, bt Oneida and Biddle, E. ST. STEPHEN’S LUTHERAN CHURCH NW cor Grove and Mineral STUCKART: Stuckart & Stahl Furniture store, Cherry, bt Eleventh and Twelfth, S. SWISS HOME: see BAER, John TELEGRAPH OFFICE: see BURNETT, Geo. A. TURTON: Turton & Sercomb Foundry, 298, 300, 302 and 304 West Water TWEEDY’S BLOCK Main, bt Wisconsin and Michigan, W. TOWLE: Towle & Collins St. Nicholas Saloon, 16 Wisconsin TOWNSEND: Townsend: Bean & Burlock Bankers, 205 East Water TRACY: Tracy & Perrine Homeopathic physicians, 26 Main TRAVELLERS’ HOME Main, bt Buffalo and Chicago TREAT’S BLOCK 126 and 128 East Water TREMONT HOUSE NW cor Huron and Cass TRENKAMP: Trenkamp & Co. Lard oil and candles, SW cor Cass and Michigan TRIUMPH FLOORING AND SHINGLE MILL SW cor Second and Clybourn TRAVELER'S HOME: see BURKE, Daniel TREMONT HOUSE: see ARMER see BILTY, Henry see BILTY, Joseph see BILTY, Theodore G. UHLENSPERGER: Uhlensperger & Poehlman Tailors, 320 West Water UNION SALOON 377 & 379 Third, G. R. Smith, proprietor UNION SALOON: see BROOMFIELD, William UNITED STATES CLERK'S OFFICE No. 1 Martin's Block, third floor UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Martin's Block, fourth floor UNITED STATES DISTRICT ATTORNEY No. 3 Martin's Block, third floor UNITED STATES HOTEL SE cor Milwaukee and Erie U. S. HOTEL: see BALDWICK, Isaac see BYRNE, Ellen UNITED STATES INSURANCE COMPANY No. 4 & 5 Furlong Block UNITED STATES MARSHALL'S OFFICE 3 Martin's Block, 3rd floor UNITED STATES RIFLE ARSENAL 12 Chestnut, keeper A. F. Philipp UPHAM: Upham & Graham Attorneys, Law Buildings VALENTINE EXPRESS Office, 165 East Water, H. O. Wilson, agent VAN COTT: Albert B. Importer and dealer in jewelry and watches, NE cor East Water and Wisconsin, h 262 Main VANDOR: Vandor & Corson Attorneys, 2 Juneau Block VAN DERHOEVEN: Templeman T. Physician, 366 Main VAN SCHAICK: Van Schaick & Schoonmaker Lime and cement, West Water, near Spring VAN VALKENBURGH: Frank B. Attorney, at Waldo & Ody, bds cor Marshall and Mason VERA CRUZ HOTEL Main, bt Buffalo and Chicago VERHEIN: F. G. Proprietor German Hotel, 306 West Water VON DEUTSCH: Gustav Atty., 3 Kneeland’s Block, h 265 ½ East Water VOSE: Vose, Mitchell & Co. Agricultural implements, 34 East Water WAGEMANN: Wagemann & Gaertner Confectioners, Chestnut, bt Fourth and Fifth WALKER HOUSE: see ADAMS see BLAKE, Asa S. see BROWN, W. W. see BRYANT, Alfred WALKER'S POINT BRIDGE: see AVERILL WASHINGTON HOUSE: see BITTER, Fritz WETTSTEIN HOTEL: see ABRAHAMS see BACH, Isaac see BLESH, Vincent see BROCKHAUSS, T. W. see BRUNO, Julius see BURNHAM, S. B. see WHALING: William J. see BALDWIN, Jas. G. WISCONSIN BREWERY: see BAST & Klingler WISCONSIN LEATHER CO; see ALLEN WHALING'S INSURANCE AGENCY Newhall House. WHITTEMORE: A. & Co. books, &c. , 197 East Water, bindery 216 East Water. WILD BROS. tailors, 304 Third. WILHARDTZ & PETERSON painters, East Water, bt Biddle and Martin, W. WILHARTZ & CO. produce and liquors, S E cor Sixth and Chestnut. WILLIAMS: H. S. G. & Co. mastic roofing, S. Kneeland's Block. WILLIAMS & KRAFT silverplaters and jewelers, Wisconsin, near the river WINNER, LANDWEHR & Co. grocers, East Water, bt Mason and Oneida, W. WISCONSIN BANNER AND VOLKSFREUND Daily and Weekly, Prentis Block, M. Schoeffler publisher WISCONSIN HOME INSURANCE CO. 1 Kneeland's Block. WISCONSIN HOUSE 359 East Water. WISCONSIN LEATHER CO. 80 East Water. WISCONSIN MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE CO. BANK Albany Building. WISCONSIN PLANING MILL Third, bt Fowler and Clybourn, E. WISCONSIN PRINTING OFFICE Phoenix Building. WISE & CO. grocers, 73 East Water. WOLLENSACK & LOEFFELHOBZ locksmiths and bell hangers, Market, opp Market House.. WORTHINGTON & MARSHALL attys, Ludington's Block. YOUNG MEN'S ASSOCIATION rooms Tweedy's Block. YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION room under Plymouth Church. YOUNG'S HALL Wisconsin, bt Main and Milwaukee, N. YOUNGS: Pinney, & Co. patent sewing machine, on the canal. ZELLNER & BONNS clothing, 94 and 106 East Water. ZION'S CHURCH OF THE EVANGELIST SOCIETY cor Fourth and Cedar. TELEGRAPH Western Union and Wisconsin State Telegraph – Office, Excelsior Block. Geo. L. Beetle, Manager MILWAUKEE BOARD OF TRADE, 1857 Rooms in Newhall House. L. H. Kellogg, President S. T. Hooker, Vice President M. H. Bridge, Treasurer W. H. Holland, Secretary Board of Directors – W.J. Whaling Lester Sexton Alexander Mitchell R. P. Elmore G. P. Hewitt F. J. Bosworth J. A. Dutcher G. Bremer J. H. Cordes Byron Kilbourn C. D. Nash E. D. Baker Arbitrators – C.T. Bradley James Bonnell Henry Fess, Jr. M. S. Nichols John Furlong J. T. Bradford C. H. WheelerCORN EXCHANGE
The Corn Exchange has been re-organized, and is now in regular operation. L. H. Kellogg has been chosen President, and A. J. Aikens, Secretary, and the old Constitution and By-Laws have been adopted. The hour of the meeting is from 9 to 10 A.M., and by an arrangement with the Board of Trade, the business will be transacted at their rooms in the Newhall House, members of the Exchange paying their fees as members of the Board of Trade.
HORTICULTURAL Milwaukee Horticultural Society – Association for 1857. Thomas Hislop, President B. McVicker, I. A. Lapham, Vice Presidents Charles H. Hurd, Corresponding Secretary R.N. Messinger, Recording Secretary David Ferguson, Treasurer H. Spaan, P. Cannon, John Bell, Executive Committee. Three exhibitions are appointed for the year, viz: on the 25th of June, 13th of August, and 24th of September. Cash premiums are offered for the best articles, and collections of Flowers, Fruits, and Vegetables. MILWAUKEE GAS COMPANIES Milwaukee Gas-Light Company – Office, corner of Wisconsin and East Water Streets Directors – E. Cramer E. D. Holton A. Mitchell A. Eldred M. S. Scott E. Cramer, President M. S. Scott, Treasurer E. Irons, Secretary W. Hayden, Superintendent The following abstract of operations of the Milwaukee Gas-Light Company for the year ending March 31st, 1857, is taken from the Annual Report, recently published: Amount of Coal Carbonized 4,601,050 lbs. Amount of Gas made 16,287,330 ft. Amount/Gas sent out for consumption 16,289,683 ft. Amount/Gas sold to private consumers 11,625,645 ft. Amount of cash received/consumers $40,689.75 Amount/cash received/meter rent $2,558.85 Amount/Gas sold to the City 1,703,201 ft. Amount/cash rec’d for same $4,258.00 Amount/cash rec’d for meter rent $29.95 Amount/cash rec’d/lamp post rent $472.87 Amount/cash rec’d/lighting/extinguishing $472.87 Average wastage for the year 18 ½ per cent Number of consumers 889, being an increase of 161 during the past year. Fifth Ward Gas-Light Company – Office corner of Park and Reed Streets Directors – S. S. Conover Hans Rees S. H. Martin J. H. Cordes G. G. Dousman -----------, President H. Rees, Secretary HYDRAULIC COMPANY Milwaukee Hydraulic Company – John H. Van Dyke, President James B. Cross, Treasurer Edward O’Neill, Secretary EXPRESS COMPANIES American Express Co. – Office Huron Street, between East Water and Main. B. P. Peckham, Agent Northern Express Co. – Running between Milwaukee and Two Rivers, Tuesdays and Fridays Office, with the American Express Co. C. H. Loomis & Co., Proprietors Chicago and Milwaukee Express Co. – Office 8 Spring Street. Between Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, Waukegan and Chicago. J. Holton, Agent Great Western Express Co. – Office, 8 Spring Street. Between Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, Waukegan and Chicago. J. Holton, Agent Merchant’s Despatch – Owned and managed by the American Express Company. From New York and Boston to Milwaukee. Johnson & Olmsted, Agents. Erie Street, foot of Main. Valentine Freight Express Co. – From New York, Boston, and Philadelphia to Milwaukee, Prairie du Chien, St. Paul, Dunlieth, Dubuque, Galena, Chicago, St. Louis, Alton, Memphis, Vicksburg, New Orleans, Burlington, Keokuk, Quincy, Rock Island, and Davenport. H. O. Wilson, Agent, 230 East Water Street