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IIOUNTY OF MISSISOUOI

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TtOWN of ST. JOHNS
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DIEEOTOEY
'iFOK. 1S79, 1880 J^J<TJD
1881.
J. LAISDSBERG,
FREl!6U$BDR6 AND COWASSVIILE,
F.lj.,
(p:stabliished i%\)
"THE ONLY DIRECT IMPORTING HOUSE IN THE COUNTY,"
IMPORTER OF
SILKS, VELVETS, SHAWLS, LACES, RIBBONS,
CARPETS AND ENGLISH OIL
CLOTHS,
FINE CLOTHS FOR GENTLEMEN'S
WEAR,
AND :.!:.\i;i:Ai. dkai.kh in
ALL GOODS REQUIRED IN COUNTRY
HOUSEHOLDS.
Ready-Made Clothing, Cent's Furnishings and Furo a Si^ecialty.
Electro-Piated
Ware.
JOHN WATSON, Jr.,
370 ST. PAUL STUEET, - -
MONTREAL,
Y'ouKl call the attention ofpartio;^ residinir in Mif^isfj'ioi County and St. Joh:)-^ ii, want of STLVEll
PLATED WARE, SPOONS, FORKS, .tc. to hi.s large Stuck of Liccuo-Plati .
Tlie quality of the Goods cannot be .«urpafa.«ed, while tlie PRICES
"will be foun.l EXTREMELY MODERATE.
Old Articles Replated Equal to New.
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DUNHAM ADVERTISEMENT,
THE DUNHAM LADIES COLLEGE^
ATIOX OF YO^^JJ^r^T^I^KSv,'
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BIBLIOTHEQUE
^EMINAIRE
DE
SAINT
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HYACINTHE
Rayon
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Numero
Msquoi Co,, P.Q.
RD Bishop r* JTontrea
LiNL)>\Y. Viil'resideut.
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pa<uriT, DunliOTj
D l.AITV OF iHSpEA2(BKT OF P.EDPOUD
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F TE^tCHERS.
IiA»Y PRINCIPAI., Mrs. AT. D. OAKLEY.
GOVEKNESSES,
Miss DORA BRAXTFOUD GRIFFITU, Miss BEATRICE D. GRAHAM, Mis^ E. G. JONES.
inrSIC TEACHEK, MATHEMATICS, C1.ASNBCS,
Miss M. L. KICt:. Kev. T. H. G. WATSON. M.A., OXON.
SCIENCE and I.ITERATTJRE, W. D. OAKLEY, E>;q., M. D.
MEDICAI. ATTEXOANTS,
J. B. GIBSON,
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PQ., M.D., C. L, COTTON, Esq., M.D., and W. D. OAKLEY, Esq., M.D.
CURRICULUM.
PREPAUATORV CI.ASSES.
Elemontarv Grammar, Arithmetic. Geography, Readiup, Spelling, Dictati.in. Sacred History. British
and Canadian Ili.-Jtory, Guiue to Knowlodj;?, Compot-itiou, with Latin, French or German.
COLLEGIATE COURSE.
For entrance upon the Collegiate bourse, there will be requirei a fair knowlcdgi> cif Eiigli.«h Grammar
Arithmetic to tlin eml of d'-cimal-, of Geograpliy, the map of the wor d and the geograjjliy uf North and
South America, and accurate Writing from Dictai >n. Admis-ioii will be granted to any term or class of
the Collegiate Course to thi se v. lio can pa«s an examination on the studies of the previous terms or classes.
Select Studies may be t: ken by any student in any of ilie classe.s at the discretinn ..f the Lady Principal.
Specia' atteniion is devoti-d to those young ladies who have in view the passing of the Intermediate
Examinations with the objec of teachiiig. Reports of thestauding of students will be sent to parents at the
end of each term.
The Collegiate- Course will extend over four years The certificates and honors of McGill University are
open til any student ot this College who n>ay pass the requir^'d examinations for the title of

A-socia'o in
Arts" and those instituted t,i promote the Higher Education of Women. Mctjill UniVT?it> following
the example set by tiie •,'reat English Universities, has established yearly examinations in various places
thr..ughout Canada with the . bject'of raising the standard ot female education. Students who hi.ve fiuisted
the third year ot tn s Coll ge Course are expected to pass such examinations with ease.
FEES
For t!ie College Academic year of -l'> week!».
Board and Washing
Engli.ih
Latin and Greek each
French, German I'alian. Spanish, each
Drawing, Singing in class, each
Singing, I'rivao
Painting
Instrumental Music, I'iauo
Use of Piano, oii" hour per day
" " "
two hours " ••
Stationery, Senior Classes
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.junior and I'reparatory Classes
Use of farpefed Sleejiing Apartment. Furnituie and VV:ire
Medical Atu-ndauce, Drawing and Painting Materials, Books, &c.
.per term $30 00
MYSTIC ADVERTISEMENT.
'M^
"Wmir'^
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ilii I^'tm
W^ife^5>
MANUFACTURING
iteam Engines,
^J^^^
village
SS^j^i^o
I-at&e^
im;im<i|x,
'U
AND
TOWSt FIES
ENGINES,
Of an improved pattern, patented
IRON PLANERS)
"S/^^
in Canada and the united states
IRON WORK FOR CIRCULAR SAW MILLS.
OSABI^a and
SBAr^mO
FOR
GRIST and SAW MILLS,
PULI^IES AND HANGERS WITH ADJUSTABLE BOXES,
GEAR AND BOLT CUTTERS,
Drill and Drill Lathes, Planing,
Tongueingand Groovincr
Machines.
PLANINi i^AOH)NES»
Daniel and Woodworth Planers, Stickers and Shingle Mills, Governors for
Engines and Water Wheels, Tongue and Groovers,
and Moulders, &c., &c.,
—ALSO,

THE IMPROVED KNIFFEN MOWER.
THE PATENT HORSE DUMP HM RAKE,
And Agricultural Implements of every Possible
Description.
A. S. WALBRIDGE.
Proprietor.
MYSTIC, Missisquoi County, P.Q.
niusfrated Catalogue
free on<xpplication.
ST. JOHNS ADVERTISEMENT.
GILLESPIE & CO.
119 (HicJieliezi Street, 119.
ST. JOHNS, F.Q.
DEALERS IN
LdWiein;©
^ :!L\*i
tini
CONSISTING OF
Sideboards,
Bookcases,
Sofas,
liOnnges,
Bnreans,
Desks,
Stands,
^
-^cz:?^
~^'>
Cnpboards,
Tables,
Chairs,
Wasbstands,
Bedoteads,
mattresses,
liOoking Glasses,
AND EVERT DESCRIPTION OF
Parlor? LiDing-Roomj Libra- y. Bedroom and Kitchea
FURNITURE,
mich they se.l at PHICSS THAT DEFY C0i-I?ZT!TI02T.
XJJNriDE5.£^1"J^I5Lir<rC3r.
A
Fmi CL/\SS
f
HEARSE^':
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FIRST CLASS
FOR HIRE.
HEARSE
FOR hiuje:.
Undertaking attended to in all its branches. Keep on band a
large assortment of
iOFFIHS £ CASKlf
S
of every description.
H^^
Funerals attended to in city and
country on the most reasonable terms.
ST. JOHNS ADVERTISEMENTS.
83
RICHELIEU STREET,
- ST. JOHNS,
P.Q,
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND
A lar^e, fully assorted and fashionbble stock of seasonable gocds in
FANCY AND STAPLE
DRY
GOODS.
Comprising every article usuallyfound in a First-Class Establinhment.
Also Hosiery, Carpets in new designs, Oil Cloths, Millinery and Millinery Goods, Hats, Bonnets,
Flowers, &c., which will be sold at the smallest possible advance on cost.
IS^
AGENT FOR E. BUTTERICK & CO.'S METROPOLITAN
FASHIONS.
IVIOLLEUR. LANIER &
QO.^
'ax Tauar
Maaifacturara,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wax Candles and Tapers, and all hinds of Wax.
Factory, Iberville. Office, 147 Richelieu St.
-
St. Johns, P.Q.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in DRY GOODS and Whole-
sale Dealer in CANADA STRAW HATS.
147 RICHELIEU STREET,
-
- - - ST- JOHNS, P.Q-
JAi, illiBFHIRSiNf
WHOLESALE
FLOUR,
GRAIN
AND P^IODUCE
COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
4\
ST JAMES STREET,
- - - - ST JOHJVS, PQ.
Choice brands of Flour always on hand at lowest market quotations.
B®.
ORDERS CAREFULLY EXECUTED.
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ST. JOHNS ADVERTISEMENTS.
E.
MCCONKEY & CO,
AXD DEALERS IN
Coote's Block,
97 EICHZLIEU STREET.
...
.ST. JOHNS, Q.
ALiIi WORK DONE IN THE VERY BEST STYLE.
HOTEL ST. JEAN,
(OLD STAND,)
60 AND 62 RICHELIEU STREET, - - SJ. JOHNS, P.Q.,
¥. rnQHUEllE, PBOPRJETOR.
This establishment is large and commodious, and is always open for the
recei:<tion of the travelling public. It is carefully managed, and is equal in
every respect to other first-class hotels. Eates moderate. A free bus for
passengers between Hotel and Railroad Depot.
ST. JOHNS ^RT SALLERY.
£5
P. L. BRAULT,
PEOTOeRAPHIC ARTIST.
'^^_^^^^:i'T^i^r Copying and Enlarging done in the very Best Styles. Pictures
"=^#^^1^'"°"
finished in India Ink or Colors.
131 RICHELIEU STREET.
JOSEPH LORD,
DE cnoix,
VJNS ET
LIOUEURS,
En Gros et en Detail.
STAPLE AND FANCY
C3^ rc^ oor 1 o s
J
ES^NOUQUORS.
Wholesale and Retail.
127 RUE RICHELIEU,
ST. JEAH. P,
0-
ST. JOHNS ADVERTISEMENT.
A HORSE !& HORSE!
MY KINGDOM FOR A HORSE
AND MY
£Y rOB A HARNESS
EVERT ONE SAYS
EDOUARD POUTRE,
9 ««d %i
ST- ^Ata^B ST»^£T,
Next Door to the United States Hotel,
ST. JOHNS. P. Q..
Has the most complete Stock of everj description of
HEAVY AND LIGHT HARNESS,
SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARXESS,
Saddles, Bridles, Whips, Brushes, Cturycombs, Horse Clothing, Bells,
LEATHER
«^«».=:r^=..^^
TRUNKS,
In every
And is selling
INVARIABLY
Variety and Style,
the same at
LOV7 PRICES.
Try the celebratea \ acuum Oil for softening and
preserving Leather.
Special attention paid to ordered Work.
REPAIRINa DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
|@*"Gome along and you will find
The place to buy all these things.
He guarantees CheapnesSi
Quality and Style.
ST. JOHNS ADYERTISEMENTS.
.;
GOING
TO
money

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my;
DUNN & MA6UIEE,
MANUFACTUKERS OF
PLAIN and FANCY
CONFECTIONERY,
ALSO DEALERS IN
FANCY GOODS. SVOAR TOYS, IMPORT.
ED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,
Choice Tobaccos, Briar & Meerschaum Pipes, &c.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Tssro.
X"ZS rLiolxelieiJL
Streot,
ST. JOHNS, RQ.
Ice Cream and Summer Drinks in season. Oj'sters in every style during the
winter montlis. Our Refreshment Rooms are large, convenient and well fitted up.
r». iV/icC3rOoc3rja.aNr.
(Late of R. IRWIN'S, MONTREAL)
Manupactdrer of
'kllhj^j ¥^M^^^^
Y'^^i^V^
Y^li^^^^ ^^.
Also Dealer in
Whips, Brushes, Currycombs, Horse
Clothing, &c.
ARPIN'S BLOCK, 73 RICHELIEU ST., -
-
ST. JOHNS, P.Q.
All work guaranteed to give satisfaction as regards Quality and Price.
M^R
OHjLNT T/IIL
OR
And Dealer in
CENTS' FyRNlSHlNi gOODS,
I20 Richelieu Street, - -
St. Johns, P.Q.
A good assortment of seasonable goods alwaj s on hand. Gents' Garments made to
order with promptitude and elegance in the latest styles. Satisfaction guaranteed, and
Prices very low. B^"A call solicited.
FRELIGH8BURG ADVERTISEMENTS.
WILLIAIVI A. MORRISON^
FRELIGHSBURG. P.
Q.
MANTFACTtTRER AXD DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
TIN. SHEET IRON and HARDWARE.
EVERT DESCRlPTIOy OF
n<3 «0 r' I KT C3r,
Such as Tin, Sheet and Galvanized Iron, Slate and Gravel, done in the very
best manner at the most moderate chai-ges.
PATE^^EE AND MANUFACTOBER OF
Morrison s Improved Crimped Sap Evaporator
and Heater,
The nio.=t pimple and efficient apparatus in the market. It is econon)ical in time and
fuel, and prociuces Syrup and Sugar ola very superior and extra qualitj-, rtalily selling at
an a<lvance of- several cent* |)er lb. over any other. Hundreds ot Testimonials have been
received to this ettect. The above has been awarded FIRST PRIZES AT THE FOL-
LOWING EXHIBITIONS :
PROVIXCIAl, EXHIBITION, :TIon«real, 1S75. PROVIN'CIAI. EX
»» IBITION,
Qnebeo, 1877. VERMONT STATE FAIR, St. Albans, 1878. GRAND
DO.TIINION EXHIBITION (and .TIedal), Ottawa, 1879.
ALSO MAXUFACTURER AXD DEALER IX ALL KIXDS OF
i^-VLSsijr±icLS
XJt:oi3.sils,
srcn AS
ARCH DOORS, GRATES, FLUE CAPS, SUGAR MOULDS, SUGARING
OFF PANS, SPOUTS, BUCKETS, &c.
Price lists. Estimates, and all other information, free by mail on application.
^
Frclighsbiirg Cheap Cash Store
>J^:
. . _ „
OFFERS
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Groceries, Provisions, Tobaccos and Cigars, Patent Medicines, Fruits,
Confectionery, Clocks, Watches and Jewellery,
Guns, Revolvers and ammunition of all kinds at prices that prove the
truth of the above heading.
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ST. JOHNS ADVERTISEMENTS.
LOUIS COUSINEAU,
\
Sellier, Fabrieant de Harnais
ET
loi
Rue St. Jacques,
St. Jean, P.Q.
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La meilleure qualite d'ouvrage est garantie dans les deux lignes sus-
nommees. Les prix sont tres bas et tout ordre, reparages compris, sont exe-
cutes promptement.
E.
DUPLESSIS&FRERE,
ET
FONDEURS EN FER ET EN CUIVRE.
Modeles et Patrons faits sur Commande, &c.
6S (luize GTont, St: Jean,
^.Q.
Toutes sortes d'ouvrages compris dans ces difterentes lignes, ainsi que
les reparages sont executes sous ie plus court delai, et d'une manieretout a
fait artl.stique. Une attention toute speciale est donnee au r^parage des Ins-
truments Agricoles.
PRIX TRES BAS ET SATISFACTION GARANTIE.
FonJcris CanaSisans 58 St. leao.
LEANDRE LAREAU, Proprietaire.
66 Rue Grants St- Jean, P.Q.
MANUFACTURIEB DE TOUTES SORTES D'aRTICLES EN
Fonte, de Charrues en Per et en Aeier.
Les divers reparages dans cette branche sont executes avec liabilite. Les Instruments
Agricoies sont repares avec une attention toute speciale. Les ordres sont executes promp-
tement, a des prix moderes et d'une maniere eatisl'aisante.
AUSSI, MARCHAND DE TOUTES SORTES DE
Poeles a CharboD et a Bois, Ferronneries> &c.
Au No. 157 Rue Richelieu, - _ _ . _
-ST- JEAN,
BEDFORD, STANBRIDGE STATION AND FARNHAM ADVERTISEMENTS. 11
BEDFORD JVIABBLE WORKS,
isr IS. 3"oxj:eESP^i"
MANUFAC-
MONUMENTS,
HEAD
STONES,
And all descriptions
TURER OF
TOMBSTONES,
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TABLE TOPS,
of .TlE.UOKIlIiS.
Tlie best material and worh, and the lowest prices guaranteed.
Designs, Estimates and Prices fiirnislied on application.
CLEOPHAS MARCDUX,
FIRST-CLASS
CUSTOM
TAILORING
Pleasing the most fastidious,
at lowest cost.
CUTTING DOIVE
And Wakbanted to Fit,
isLJ^
t^
_- —^^'
Stanbridge Station, P. O.
MAIN STREET, opposite the Post Office,
FARNHAM.
MARCHAND DE
CHAUSSURES
Fournitures de Chaussures.
Un assortiment de Bottes et Souliers toujours
en main.
Ordre pour ouvrage de pratiques et racom-
modagf-s prompiement executes k des prix de-
fiant tome coniiietition.
DEALER IX
BOOTS & SHOES
SHOE FINDINGS.
A full assortment of Boots and Shoes always
on hand.
Orders for CUSTOM WORK and repairing
executed with promptness, the prices defying
all competition.
12 EAST FARNHAM, STANBRIDGE STATION AND FARNHAM ADVERTISEMENTS.
>4i^ lP4miH41i
WQ'WM
Imp5err:ents for the Eastern
Townships IVIanufactured
In Their Midst.
O
a.
3
CO
In
announcing the recent enlargement of their Works, and their extensive
assortment
of Plows, comprising TEN different Styles and Patterns, the sub-
scribers
invite the attention of Farmers specially to their New Pattern Plow
with Steel
mould-board, also with Polished Cast Iron mould board and Steel
Coulter,
which, though recently introduced, has already attained no little pop-
ularity.
Prices at the lowest figure consistent with superior workmanship and the
best material.
So A. LAMOUHSmC^
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
KM
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
STANBRIDGE STATION, P. Q.
ighest
Market price paid for the above.
'M^
EST
irj.msyHi.M natjss
NORBERT
R0BID3UX,
-
Proprietor,
Near the Railway Depot.
FARNHAM, P. Q.
Superior Table, Comfortable Rooms. Tha
Bar always iSupplied with the Choicest Wines
Liquons and Cigars. Good Yard and Stabling
and Livery Stable. French and English spoken
at tl.is Ilouie.
Table Superieure, Chambres Comfortablea
La Barre toujours pourvue des Meilleurs Vins
Liqueurs et Cigaros. Bonnes Cour ot Remises.
Ecurie de Chevaui h Louer. On parle An-
glais et Francais.
8T. JOHNS ADVERTISEMENT.
13
ST. JOHNS
STONE
CHINA-WARE
GOT,
MANUFACTUREES OF
DECORATED WARE
IN
EVERY VARIETY,
St
Johns,
P.
Q
EDWARD C. MACDONALD
Proprietor,
1-i
RICEBURG ADVERTISEMENT.
RICEBURG FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP,
MANTFACTURER OF
Eng*hiea Boi!ers, Circular §aw Mills,
SHINaLE MACHINES AND CASTINGS
OF EVExHY DESCRIPTION.
ALL KLMDS OF
AGRICULTUPxAL MACHINERY
SOLE MAXDFACTURER OF THE
RICEBURG, P.Q.
^^
Special attention given to the following
.*
Ti^e
'^
Sprag-ue Mowing- Machine,''
For lightness of draught, durability and every essential combined in a per-
fect Mover they have no superior.
The
"
RICE PLOUGH,"
For Eough Ploughing, for which it is specially adapted, it is a
great success.
The
'
Ring Water Wheel,"
For Strength and economical use of water this wheel
is superior to all others.
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI
AXD
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS
DIRECTORY^
^or
18^9,
1880
knd~l88l,
£ ST-/
CONTAINING A
'
SEPARATE ALPHABETICAL
DIRECTORY
EVERY TOWN AND VILLAGE,
A
FARMERS' DIRECTORY
AND AN
ADVERTISERS' AND SUBSCRIBERS' CLASSIFIED
BUSINESS
DIREC-
TORY FOR THE COUNTY.
ALSO AN
ALPHABETICAL, STREET AND BUSINESS
DIRECTORY
OF THE
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
AND A
MISCELLANEOUS
DIRECTORY
Corrected to Novemter 15tli,
1879.
PUBLISHED BY 0. L. FULLER,
MONTREAL.
Price, $2.00. To Subscribers,
$1.50.
PRINTED BY LOVELL PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANV,
1879.
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MONTREAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
The
STANDARD
L.zfe
Ass^irance Company,
HEAD OFFICE IN CANADA: MONTREAL,
THE STANDARD IS ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST EXTENSIVE INSTITUTIONS
EXISTING IN GREAT BRITAIN FOR THE ASSURANCE OF LIVES.
2247 New Proposals for Life Assurance were recaived during the
year for nearly
7,000,000
Total Sum assured at 15 n Nov., 1878, ov-r ....
92,000,000
.Accumulatea Fu ds invested in Mortgages in England, United
Stat s and Canada, Government Sec irities, Lanas, &e., up-
wards of
, 26,000,000
Claims paid in Canada, over ...,,.. 1.200,000
Depo-it in Otawa for benefit of Canadian Policy-Holder?, . . 167,000
Other Canadian Investments, over . . . . . . 1,< 00,000
Prospectuses, Annual Reports, Tublcs of Rates, &c., can be obtained on application at the
Head Office, .Montieal. or at any of the Agencies throughout Canada, where every information on
the subject of Lite Assurance will be given.
W. M. RAMSAY,
Manager. Montreal.
JOHN
STREET,
ASD DEALER IN
IMIj^SOlsriC C3-OOI3S,
239 NOTRE DAME STREET, MONTREAL.
COUNTRY ORDERS—Special attention paid to. Repairing of all kinds promptly attended to. A
large stock of Keeper and Stoue Rings kept in stock from 75 cts. upwards.
All Kinds of
kept in stock.
or ALL KI.NDS.
Presentation Jewels from $5.00 upwards. Plain Wedding Rings all weights. Large assort-
ment of Diamonds, Rubies, Pearls, Cameos, kept in stocli
;
and all kinds of work to order from
the plainest to the most expensive.
CONTENTS.
Advertisers' and Subscribers' Classified Business Directory, Missisquoi
County
157
Advertisers' and Subscribers' Classified Business Dh*eetory, Town of St.
Johns 168
Advertisers and Subscribers, Montreal 227
Alphabetical Directory of Towns and Villages in Missisquoi County 25
Alphabetical Directory of the Town of St. Johns
117
Alphabetical Directory (Farmers) of Townships and Parishes in Missisquoi
County 175
Index to Advertisements 20
Index to Miscellaneous Directory
23
Index to Parishes, Townships,. Towns and Villages
24
Miscellaneous Directory, County of Missisquoi
208
Miscellaneous Directory, Town of St. Johns
223
Street Directory, Town of Farnham
77
Street Directory, Town of St. Johns
156
Tariff of Customs
230
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MONTREAL ADVERTISEMENT.
The Best
Quality of Work
MOST REASONABLE PRICES.
]M[ .^ O HX TO" ES
I am able to produce Engravings of all kinds of ]\Iacliinery,
Stoves,
Pianos,
Melodeons,
Agricultural Implements, &c., &c., for Catalogues, Cir-
culars,
Advertisements or other purposes. Architectural -work in the best
manner ; Store Fronts, Views of Manufactories, Hotels, or Streets, Engraved
from
Photographs or Sketches.
Labels for Manufactories and Druggists ; Bill-heads, Letter-heads,
Ornamental
Work, Borders of every description, Shipping and Show Cards,
&c., &c.
Illustrations for Newspapers with the promptness the Press demands.
CIGAR
BRANDS, ELECTROTYPING AND STEREOTYPING AT
SHORTEST NOTICE.
Pine Posters in Color or Plain Black by Machinery,
626
Craig Street Montreal-
PREFACE.
The Publisher has much pleasure in presenting the County of Missisquoi and
Town of St. Johns Directory for 1879-80-81 to its numerous patrons, and
trusts that it will be found alike by them and the public generally a
reliable index to the business, the places of business, and the residences of
those living in the section of country to which it applies. These, together
with the information usually found in the Appendix, or Miscellaneous
Departments of works of this description, properly comprehend the scope
of a Directoi-y. Though neither advertised nor promised (except at the
near conclusion of the canvass) the Publisher has added to the work at
considerable expense Farmers' Directories of every Township and Piarish
in the County of Missisquoi, thus greatly enhancing its usefulness.
The greatest care has been taken to render the work complete and
accurate
in all its details, and it is confidently believed that it will be found reliable.
To the Press, the many gentlemen who kindly furnished the Publisher
with much useful and interesting information, and the
manufacturers,
professional and business men of the County and St. Johns, for the
generous
support they so liberally bestowed upon the undertaking, the Publisher
begs to tender his sincere acknowledgments.
0. L. FULLER.
INDEX
TO
ADVERTISEMENTS,
COUNTY OF MlSSISftUOI.
Page.
BEDFORD-
Batcheller A. A., B.A.S., civil en-
gineer,
provincial land sur-
veyor, &c
32
Bedford Marble Works, N. B.
Joubert, proprietor
11
Bedford Times, A. L. Lance,
editor
29
Bmler Hobart, advocate 35
Exchange Bank of Canada, Bed-
ford Branch, E. Terroux, jun.,
manager 32
Joubert N. B., proprietor Bed-
ford Marble Works
11
Labonty Louis, proprietor Union
House
35
Lance A. L., editor Bedford
Times, book and job printer.... 29
Terroux R., jun., manager Bed-
ford Branch Exchange Bank
of Canada
32
Union House, Louis Labonty,
proprietor
35
COWAJCSVILLE.
Bell John J., builder and con-
tractor 45
Cowan Percival L
,
proprietor
Freeport Mills 47
Cowan.-ville Observer, The, John
Massie, jun., editor and pro-
prietor
53
Eastern Townships Bank, Cowans-
ville Branch, J. Mackinnon,
manager 45
Freeport Mills, Percival L.
Cowan, proprietor 47
Hull O. N., watchmaker and
jeweller
49
Landsberg J., general merchant.
Outside front cover
Lauder J.,
L.D.S., D.D.S., sur-
geon dentist 49
Mackinnon J.,
manager Cowans-
villo Branch Eastern Town-
6hi])S Bank 45
Massie John, jun., editor and pro-
prietor The Cowansvillo Obser-
ver, book and job printer 53
The Cowansville Observer, John
Massie, jun., editor and pro-
prietor 53
DUIVHAITI.
Baker G-eo, D., insurance agent,&c 59
Browne Charles L., manager for
H. C. Southwell, dealer in
stoves, tinware and pumps,
roofer, &c 59
Dunham Ladies College (The),
Mrs. W. D. Oakley, lady prin-
cipal Inside front cover
Dunning Oi*rin S., proprietor
Dunning's Tannery 59
Missisquoi and Bouville Mutual
Fire Insurance Co., George D.
Baker, agent 59
Oakley Mrs. W. D., lady prin-
cipal The Dunham Ladies
I'ol lege Inside front cover
Southwell H. C. (Charles L.
Browne, manager), dealer in
stoves, tinware and pumps,
roofer, &c
59
FARNHAm.
Boivin C, boot and shoe store..., 11
Kobidoux Norbert, proprietor
West Farnham House 12
West Farnham House, Norbert
Eobidoux, proprietor 12
FREI^IGHSBURG.
Landsberg J., general merchant.
i
Outside front cover
|
Larose M., dealer in boots, shoes,
groceries, &c 9
Morrison William A., dealer in
tin, sheet iron, and hardware,
roofer, &c 9 |
OTYSTIC.
Mystic Iron Works, A. S. Wal-
!
bridge, proprietor 3 !
Wal bridge A. S., proprietor i
Mystic Iron Works 3 '
RICEBURG.
Lambkin P. & L., furniture manu-
facturers, sash, door and blind
factory, undertakers, &c
Facing inside back cover
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS COUNTY OP MIS8ISQU0I AND ST. JOHNS 21
Eice Windsor V., Riceburg Foun-
dry and machine shop
Facing title page
ST. CHARLES DE STAIVBRIDGE.
Couture Joh^eph, mill owner and
general merchant 103
stanbridge: station.
Lamoureux J. A., commission
merciuint 12
Marcoux Cleophas, custom tailor. 11
Eobinson Charles H., Stanbridge
Station Marble Works Ill
Selby B., dealer in flour, grain,
salt, clapboards, lath, &c Ill
Senesac Jacques, general mer-
chant Ill
Stanbridge Station Marble
Works, Charles II. Robinson 111
SWEETSBURG.
Buchanan & Bakei', advocates 116
EAST FARNHAITI.
(Brome Co)
BanfiU &Vilas 12
INDEX TO
ADVERTISEMENTS,
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
Page
Ai^in Edouard, bookseller and
Wationer, dealer in fancy goods,
guns, revolvers, &c 123
Accident Insurance Co. ofCanada,
James OCaiii, agent 149
Banque de St. Jean (La) ,,, 123
Bartlett's American Hotel, D. B.
Bartlett, jjroprietor 125
Bissett Jas. (estate late), custom
house and commission bx-okers,
dealers in coal, wood, bricks, &c 125
Bourguignon Isaac, Le Franco-
Canadien 143
Bousquet Louis, sash, doors,
blinds, mouldings, &c 131
Bowler E., St. Johns Rockingham
and Yellow Ware Manufactory. 153
Brault P. L., St. Johns Gallery of
Art 6
Brosseau VV., fancy and staple dry
goods, &c 5
Canada Fire and Marine Insur-
ance Co., James O'Cain, agent. 149
Chagnon
0., furnitm-e dealer,
undertaker, &c ..., 129
Citizens' Insurance Co. of Canada,
James O'Cain, agent 149
Commercial Union Insurance Co.
of London, England, William
Coote, agent
131
Coote William, general insm-ance
agent and oflicial assignee 131
Cousineau Louis, saddle and har-
ness maker and boot and shoe
maker
10
Dubois Louis, merchant tailor and
dealer in gents' furnishings 8
Dunn & Maguire, confectioners
and tobacconists, &c 8
Duplessis & Frere, engineers, ma-
chinists, founders, &c. 10
Fonderie Canadien de St. Jean,
Leandre Larue 10
Franco
-
Canadien (Le), Isaae
Bourguignon 143
Gille-^pie & Co., furniture dealers
and undertakers, &c 4
Godin D., hatter and furrier 149
Hotel St. Jean, F. Monnette, pro-
prietor 6
Imperial Insurance Co., of Lon-
don, Eng., Wm. Coote, agent. 131
La Banque do St. Jean 123
Lancashire Insurance Co. of Man-
chester, Eng., William Coote,
agent 131
Lareau Leandre, Fonderie Cana-
dien de St Jean 10
La Voixdu Peuple, Boy Freres... 141
Le Franco-Canadifin, Isaac Bour-
guignon 143
Lomme J. A., dry goods, hard-
ware, groceries, liquors, &c 126
London (Eng.) Assurance Corpo-
ration, James O'Cain, agent.... 149
Lord Joseph, groceries, wines, li-
quors, &c 6
Macdonald Edward C, proprietor
St. Johns Stone China Ware Co. 13
Macpherson Jas., wholesale flour,
grain and produce commission
merchant 5
22
INDEX TO ST. JOHNS
AND MONTREAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
McConkey E., & Co., merchant tai-
lors, dealers in gents' furnishing
goods 6
McGoogan P., saddler and harness
maker
S
Metropolitan
Plate Glass Insu-
rance Co. of New York, James
O'Cain, agent
149
Molleiir J. E., dry goods and Can-
ada straw hats, wholesale 5
Molleur,
Lanier & Co., wax
bleachers and wax taper
manu-
facturers 5
Monnette F., proprietor Hotel de
St. Jean 6
News and Frontier Advocate
(The), E. E. Smith 147
Northern
Insurance Co., of
Aberdeen and London, William
Coote, agent 131.
Noi-th British and Mercantile In-
surance Co., of London and
Edinburgh, Wm. Coote, agent... 131
O'Cain James, coal and wood deal-
er, custom house broker, and
general insurance agent 149
Phoenix Insurance Co., of London,
Eng., William Coote, agent 131
Poutre Edouard, saddler and har-
ness maker 7
Queen Insurance Co., of Liver-
pool and London, James O'Cain,
agent 149
Roy Freres, La Yoix du Peuple... 141
Eoj'al Insurance Co., Liverpool
and London, Wm. Coote, agent. 131
Royal Canadian Insurance Co.,
James O'Cain, agent 149
Scottish Commercial Insurance
Co., of Glas., Wm. Coote, agent. 131
Scottish Imperial Insurance Co.,
of Glasgow, Wm. Coote, agent. 131
Smith E. R., The News and Fron-
tier Advocate 147
Standard Lite Insurance Co., of
Edinburgh, Wm. Coote, agent... 131
St. Johns Art Gallery, P. L.
Brault 6
St. Johns Rockingham and Yel-
low Ware Manufactory, E.
Bowler 153
St. Johns Stone China Ware Co.,
Edward C. Macdonald, prop.... 13
The News and Frontier Advocate,
E. R. Smith 147
Voix du Peuple (La), Roy Freres. 141
IXDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS,
MONTREAL.
Page.
Cartney J. S., sign and show card
writer
131
Chapleau
Godfroi, proprietor
Dominion Safe Works 51
Cole Fred., general agent Com-
mercial LTnion Assurance Co. of
London, England
Inside back cover
Commercial Union Assurance
Co. of London, England, Fred.
Cole, general agent
Inside back cover
Cook's
Friend Baking Powder,
W. D. Mcl^aren, sole manufac-
turer Outside back cover
Dominion Safe Works, Godfroi
Chapleau, proprietor 51
Frost k Wood, Smith's Falls, Ont.,
manufacturers of agricultural
implements, Larmonth & Sons,
agents 116
Larmonth & Sons, agricultural im-
plement warehouse, ageiits for
Frost & Wood, Smith's^Falls, 0. 116
Lovell Printing and Publishing
Co., limited, printers, pub-
lishers and blank book manu-
facturers 139
McLaren W. D., manufacturer
Cook's Friend Baking Powder.
Outside back cover
Parsons S. R., furnitm-e and up-
holstery goods 55
Ramsay W. M., manager The
Standard Life Assurance Co.... 16
Standard Life Assurance Co.
(The), W. M. Ramsay, manager. 16
Street John, manufactui'ing Jewel-
ler, dealer in Masonic Goods.... 16
Watson John, jun., electroplated
ware Outsiie front cover
Wiseman J. L., wood engraver
and designer on wood 18
INDEX. TO
MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY.
COUNTY OF MISSIS QUOI.
Bailiffs Superior Court, District
of Bedford 215
Catholic Parishes 221
Churches, Canada Methodist 211
Church, Congi-egational — 213
Churches, of England 210
Churches, Roman Catholic 213
Council, County 208
Council, Parish of Notre Dame
des Anges 208
Council, Parish of St. Armand
East 208
Council, Parish of St. Armand
West 208
Council, Parish of St. George de
Clarenceville 209
Council, Parish of St, Thomas de
Foucault 209
Council, Parish of West Farnham. 209
Council, Town of Farnham 20'J
Council, Township of Dunham — 208
Council, Township of Stanbi'idge. 208
Council, Village of Cowansville .. 209
Council, Village of Dunham 209
Council, Village of Fi-elighsburg. 209
Council, Village of Philipsburg... 210
Council, Village of Sweetsburg... 210
County Officers 214
Court, Circuit, County of Missis-
quoi 215
Court, Commissioners, Farnham. 215
Court, Commissioners, Dunham
Township 215
Court, Commissioners, Parish of
St. Armand East 215
Court, Commissioners, Parish of
St. Armand West 215
Court, Commissioners, Stan bridge
Township 215
Court, District Magistrates',Coun-
ty of Missisquoi 215
Court of Queen's Bench, District
of Bedford 215
Court, Sessions of the Peace, Dis-
trict of Bedford, Terms of 215
Courts, Superior and Circuit, Dis-
trict of Bedford 215
Courts, Terms of, District of Bed-
ford 215
Courts,Term8 ofjMissiquoi County 215
Legal Holidays 216
Masonic 217
Militia 216
Missisquoi County Agricultural
Society 218
Municipalities 214
Municipalities, Area of 214
Municipalities, Assessed Value.... 214
Municipalities, Mayors of. 214
Municipalities, Population of 214
M unicipalities, Secretarj'-Treas-
urers of. 214
Plowing Association, iVIissisquoi
Co 218
Post Offices^ Missisquoi County.. 221
Rifle Association, District of Ued-
ford 217
School Commissioners, Protestant
Boards of. 220
School Commissioners, Catholic
Boards of. 220
School Examiners, District of Bed-
ford, Board of. 216
Stage Line, Clarenceville and
Aiid 219
Stage Line, Clarenceville and La-
colle 219
Stage Line, Clarenceville and Mi-
randa 219
Stage Line, Frelighsburg and
Slanbridge East 219
Stage Line, Philipsbui-g and St.
Armand Station 219
Stage J>ine, Stan bridge Station
and Dunham 219
Stage Line, Stan bridge Station
and Henryville 219
Stage Line, Stan bridge Station
and Stanbridge Kast.,... 219
Stage Line, St. Armand Station
and Frelighsburg 219
Stage Lino, Sweetsburg and Fre-
lighsburg 219
St. Patrick's Society, Farnham... 219
Table of Distances 222
Union St. Joseph de Farnham 218
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
Banks 223
Board of School Trustees, Catholic 224
24
INDEX TO PARISHES, TOWNSHIPS, TOWNS AND VILLAGES,
Board of School Trustees, Protes-
tant
224
Cercle Litteraire de St. Jean 225
Churches
... 223
Convent of the Congregation of
Notre Dame 224
Customs
Department 224
Educational 224
Fire Dei
artment 223
La Societe Permanente de Con-
struction du District d' Iberville 225
L'Orphion de St. Jean 225
L'Union St. Joseph de St. Jean... 225
Masonic 225
Municipal Government of St.
Johns 223
Newspapers 225
Odd Fellows 226
Societies 225
St. Jean Baptiste Society 225
St. Johns Commercial Academj-. . 224
St. Johns Cricket and Lacrosse
Club 22(3
St. Johns High School 224
St. Johns Hospital 224
St. Johns Infatat School 224
St. Patrick's Society 225
United States Consulate 226
GENERi^L.
Bailiffs for the District of Iber-
ville
226
Court of Queen's Bench, District
of Iberville, Terms of. 326
Court, Terms of Circuit, District
of Iberville 226
Court, Terms of Superior, Dis-
trict of Iberville 226
Courts, Terms of. District of Iber-
ville 226
Customs Tariff.... 230
Municipal Council of the County
of St. Johns 226
Municipal Council of the Parish
of St. Johns 226
Officers, Judicial, District of Iber-
ville 226
INDEX TO
PARISHES, TOWNSHIPS, TOWNS AND VILLAGES-
Abbott's Corner, Village of.
Aird
Bedford, Village of.
Clarenceviile, Village of.
Cowansville, Village of
Dunl)oro
Dunham, Township of.
Dunham, Village of
East Dunham, Village of
East Farnham, Village of.
Farndon
Farnham, Town of
Frelighsbiirg
Haseville
Malmaison (Des Rivieres Station),
Village of
Meiges Cornt'i-
Miranda
Montreal, City of (Subscribers
and Advertii-ers in)
Moore's Station
Mystic, Village of
l^orth Pinnacle
North Stanbridge
Notre Dame des Anges, Parish of.
Page
25
25
26
38
41
115
175
56
62
63
65
66
77
84
84
85
85
227
85
86
88
89
191
Noyan, Village of 89
Nntt's Corners 90
Philipsburg, Village of 91
Pierceton. Village of. 93
Pigeon Hill, Village of. 93
Pike River, Village of 95
Kiceburg, Village of 96
Scottsmore 98
St. Armand Centre 99
St. Armand East, Parish of 192
St. Armand Station, Village of... 100
St. Armand West, Parish of 196
St. Charles de Stanbridge, Village
of 101
St. George de Clarenceviile, Parish
of 199
St. Johns, Town of 117
St. Thomas de Foucault, Parish of. 203
Stanbridge East. Village of 104
Stanbridge Ridge 108
Stanbridge Station, Village of.... 108
Stanbridge, Township of 181
Stan bury 110
Sweetsburg, Village of 112
Venice 115
West Farnham, Parish of 205
ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY
OF THK
TOWJSS AND VILLAGES OF THE COUNTY OF MISSISQUOL
ABBOTT S CORNER.
A small post village, situated in the parish of St. Arraand East. It is distant
from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 13 miles, Clarenceville 28,
Dunham 7,
Frelighsburg
2J,
Pigeon Hill
8, Philipsburg \o\, Sweetsburg
14|^, St. Johns 42, and Farnham 22^ miles. Population about 100.
Abbott E. B., former
Abbott Mrs. Chauncy C, Widow
Ano Joseph, laborer
Baptist church, rev. A. L. Arms, pas-
tor (non-resident)
Bridge A. E., farmer
Broe John, blacksmith
Carpenter Mrs. Alice M., widow, post-
mistress
Carpenter Edwin, farmer
ChadLurn George, farmer
Comstock H. S., farmer
Corse A., farmer
District School, Xo.
5, Miss Bessy P.
Sweet, teacher
Dwyer Mrs. P.. widow
Goodhue Peter, farmer
Hope Miss Hari-iet
Jenne Albert, laborer
Macey E. B., carpenter
Macey L. F., iariner
McDerinott Michael, farmer
Methodist church (Canada), rev.
Post. office, Mrs. Alice M. Carpenter,
postmistress
Powers Ernest, school teacher
Powers Joseph, shoemaker
Eichardson rev. James E., superinten-
dent, Frelighsburg Circuit, Canada
Methodist church, resides at Fre-
lighsburg
Rodgers Mrs. A., widow
Scofield Columbus, retired
Scofield Lewis D., farmer
Scotield Mrs. L. D., widow
Scofield P. A., school teacher
Smith H. H., carpenter
Smith M. A., school teacher
Sweet Miss Bessy P., teacher District
School No. 5
Tracey Edgar S., carpenter
Tracey Harvey
Tracey Miss Ella, school teacher
Tracey Mrs A., widow
Whitman Mrs. M., widow Rodman
Whithaan S. I{., J.P., farmer
Woodaid Henry, plasterer James E. Richardson, superinten
dent, Frelighsburg Circuit, resides at Young James, farmer
Frelighsburg
AIRD.
A small post village, situated in a good agricultural country, in the parish of
St. George de Clarenceville, which is partly in the seigniory of Noyan and
partly in the seigniory of Foucault. It is on the boundary line, dividing
Canada from the State of Yermont, and is distant from Alburgh Springs
Railway Station, Yt., 3 miles, from Missisquoi Bay 8 miles, Clarenceville
5 miles, and Philipsburg 13 miles. Population about 100.
Abels Samuel, farmer
Asseltine Henry, farmer
Asseltine 31 rs. Hudlah
Brownson Georae, farmer
Campbell Charles, farmer
Campbell Mrs. Michael, widow
Edy Herbert, farmer
Edy Omri, farmer
26 COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—BEDFORD.
Gareau Peter, laborer
Gilbert Emanuel, farmer
Hall Joseph C, farmer
Hawlej' George, farmer
Hawlej Henry, trader
Hawley James, farmer
Hilliker Alexander, farmer
Hilliker Nelson, farmer
Hilliker Saxe A., general merchant
Hilliker Sidney, farmer
Johnson i'aniel. farmer
Johnson Jason, fiarmer
Lawrence Charles, farmer
Limlah Samuel, laborer
Macfie Alexander, farmer
Mactie George, farmer
Macfie Robert, farmer, mayor of the
parish of St. George de Clarenceville
Miller Reid, farmer
Moyls Daniel, farmer
Newman James, farmer
Newman William, farmer
Reynolds Rodney, farmer
Westover George, farmer
BEDFORD.
The
"
Lake Champlain and St. Lawrence Junction Railway
"
is a new line
which, when completed, will run from Philipsburg, on the northern shore
of Lake Champlain, to a point on the St. Lawrence River opposite Three
Rivers. Its length will be one hundred miles. So far, sixty-four miles have
been built, from St. Guillaume, on the Sorel and Drummondville section
of the South Eastern, to Bedford, one of its principal points.
This important village, the most populous but one in the fine county of which
it is the chef-lieu, is situated in the large and wealthy township of Stan-
bridge, and is about one mile in length
;
or, it may be described as consist-
ing of two separate villages that distance apart, the connecting street be-
ing well built upon throughout its entire length, giving it, unless one is
unnecessarily precise and critical, the appearance of one continuous town.
The one is distinguished from the other by the prefix upper or lower, as
the case may be, though the lower village is commonI3" known as Bedford,
while the other is generally spoken of as Upper Bedford, each having its
own post office. The distinction, as a matter of fact, is non-existant ; in
reality they may be said to be one and the same place, and, speaking of
them in this sense, there is probabl}^ no other town, either in the county
or the Eastern Townshijjs, which, within the past few years, has made
more rapid progress in population and material resources.
The county buildings, substantially built of brick, and equal to any used for
similar purposes in the Townships, are situated in the lower village, in
which are also most, but not all, of the stores,—the office of the Exchange
Bank, the Bedford House, the Union House, the office of the Dominion
Telegraph Company, the grist and saw mills of Charles A. Rice, Esq., the
sash, door and blind factoi-y of Douglas & KoUand, the Bedford Marble
works, and last, but by no means least, the office of that live paper, the
Bedford Times.
Speaking of newspapers, it is somewhat strange that Bedford, though the
county seat of one of the most important counties in the Province of
Quebec, was without one previous to the year 1878. In May, however, of
that year this deficiency was supplied by the appearance of the paper
just mentioned, Mr. A. L. Lance, formerly of Plattsburg, N. Y., but then
of Swanton, Vt., undertaking its publication at the solicitation of Hobart
Butler, Esq., M.A., advocate, who at that time held the position of Presi-
dent of the Province of Quebec Teachers' Association, Nye C. Martin,
Esq., who then was and still is Mayor of Stanbridge, and George Clayes,
Esq., one of the most influential men in the county. In the form
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—BEDFORD. 27
of a twenty-eight column paper the first number was issued on the
10th of May, 1878, and at the commencement of its second year it
was enlarj^ed to thirty-two columns. Of course this allowed more
space for reading matter, while at the same time many improvements
were made, the effect being to increase the circulation to over one
thousand cojiies, and this is constantly being augmented by the addi-
tion of new patrons. In appearance it is one of the neatest and best
printed papers in the province, while the reading matter is varied and
select. It is the only liberal paper published in the county in which,
by-the-way, it has a particularly large circulation. Being ably edited,
it continualh' increases in public estimation, and is a forcible exponent
of the views which it is its mission to chamj^ion. In connection with
the estal)lishment is a good job printing office containing the necessary
presses, types, and so forth, to produce the best class of work ; and under the
able management of Mr. Lance, who has had an experience of twelve years
in the business, there is no doubt but that it and the paper will live and
flourish. The manufacturing establishments, with the exception of those
already mentioned, are situated in the upper village, and are of no incon-
siderable importance. The ])rincipal of them are embraced in the follow-
ing : The Bedford Tannery, which was established by the present projirie-
torsin 18H1, is a large building having a solid stone foundation, the super-
structure being of wood. An average of fifteen hands ai-e employed, and
sole, upper, harness, and other kinds of leather to ihe amount of sixty
thousand dollars a year is manufactuied The Bedford Founilry has been
in operation for the past thirty years, and for the last twenty by the present
pi'oprictor, Horatio Horskin, Esq., who in 1879 commenced the erection of
more commodious pi*emises which are now, or at any rate very soon after
this directory is published, will be finished. The new building is a sul>
btantial, strongly built brick structure, 109 x 53 feet. With the exception
of the moulding room, it is two stories in height, and is in everj^ respect
one of the most strongly built and best arranged foundries in the country.
Mr. Horskin gives constant employment to from twelve to fifteen
mechanics, and manufactures stoves, hollow ware, garden vases, vsap
spouts and castings of all kinds. Then there are the scythe and axe
works of O. S. l^ixford, Esq., giving emploj^ment to twentj'-five artizans,
and W. H. Sliaw, Esq., who manufactures the American shuttle sewing
machine, and employs from six to eight men. The motive power re-
quired for the running of the machinery in the above establishments is
mainly furnished bj' the Pike River. There are Episcopalian, Roman
Catholic and Canada Methodist churches here, and also au excellent
academy pose.ssing a ver}* efficient stafi" of teachers.
Bedford is distant from Abbott's Corner 13 miles, Adamsville 19. Allen's Corner
19, Clarenceville 17, Des liivieres Station
6, Dunham ln^. East Bolton
39,
Frelighsburg
lOJ,
Frost Village
38, Granby
28J,
Henryvllle
10, Knowlton
29, Lawrenceville -it!, L'Ange Gardien 19, Mansonvilie
36, Milton Corner
3!>|, Marieville
28, Mont St. Hilaire 38, Mystic
2, Noyan 19^, Pigeon
Hill
8i,
Pliilipsburg
8, Pike River U, Eiceburg
3,
Roxton" Falls
4?,
Sutton Flats
22|,
Stukely
37, Stanbridge East
7,
Stanbiidge Station
2,
Stanbury
8, Svveetsburg 18, St. Alexandre 11
J,
Ste. Angele
24, St.
Armand Station
7,
Ste. Brigide
\8^,
St. Cesaire 2o^, St. Charles de Stan-
bridge
5,
St. Gregoire 20, St. Hilaire 42, St. Johns 21, St. Mathias
33j,
St. Paul de xAbbottsford
25, ^Yarden 33, Waterloo 34, Farnham 13, and
West Sheftbrd
27, and from Montreal, via Central Vermont Piailwaj',
49, Kingston
221, Hamilton 420, London
497, Ottawa 175, Toronto
3«3,
28 COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—BEDFORD,
St. John, N.B., via Montreal, 629, Halifax, N.S., 705, Charlottetown, P. E.
Ipiland, 929, and Liverpool, England, 2291, Mails twice a day. Popula-
tion about 1,500,
Abbreviations Used:—Adv, advertisement; bds, boards; do, same place or
same street; h, house ; L. B., Lower Bedford; U. B., Upper Bedford.
The names in capital letters are those of advertisers and subscriburs.
Note:—Street is understood; example, Registry office for the County of Mi&-
sisquoi, Court house, Main, L. B., means Main street. Lower Bedford.
Alcombrack Ebenezer (Martin & Al-
corn biack), U B
Alcombrack William, cui'rier, U B
Allen Warren, laborer
Arbour John, contractor, bds Main,
LB
Arbour Vital, mason and stonecutter,
bds Main, L B
BARNEY MRS. RAYMOND,
mil-
liner, dealer in millinery and fancy
goods. Largest assortment of millin-
ery goods, including the latest novel-
ties, in this section. Trimmed hats in
great variety, Main, L B, h do
BARNEY RAYMOND,
photogra-
jjhic artist. Pictures from the small-
est miniatui^e to life-size, also stereos-
copic and other views, taken in the
best style of the art, ai lowest prices.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Main, next
to the Bedford house, L B, h Main,
BATCHELLER A. A-, BAS.,
civil engineer, provincial land sur-
veyor and general draughtsman, L
B, h do. See adv page 32
Batcheller Addison, tarmer
BEAUCHEMIN HUBERT,
custom
tailor. Gentlemen's garments made
to order in the latest Paris, London
and New York fashions, on the
shortest notice, and at moderate
charges, Main, L B, h do
BECK ALEXANDER,
custom tail-
or. Garments, certain to give satis-
faction in tit and make, made to
order on the shortest notice, at low-
est rates. Cutting done, and guaran-
teed to lit if made up properly, U
B, h do
Beck Martin, scythe maker, U B
BEDAED PETER,
Haw mill; shin-
gles and all kinds of lumber kept
on hand and ottered for sale at low-
est maiket price. Lumber sawed to
order to any size, U B, h do
Bedard Peter H., machinist, U B
BEDFORT) ACADEMY,
Hobart
Butler, .\1A., advocufe, principal
BEDFOED BUILDING SOCIETY,
Hobart Butler, M.A., advocate,
president; N. H. Shaw, vice presi-
dent; Nye C. Martin, secretary-trea-
surer
BEDFORD FOUNDRY,
Horatio
Horskin, proprietor, U B
Bedford House, xMain, h B, J. H, Mar-
tin, proprietor
BEDFORD MARBLE WORKS,
N. ii. Joubert, proprietor. See Ada
j)age 1
1
BEDFORD PHARMACY,
F, C.
Saunders, proprietor, xMain, L B
BEDFORD TANNERY,
U B, Mar-
tin & Alcombrack, proprietors
BEDFORD TIMES,
A. L. Lance,
editor, opposite Court House, L B,
See adv opposite page
Belanger Joseph, tanner, U B
Belanger Louis, conti-actor. Main, L B
Belanger Moise, laborer, U B
Bessette Z^phirin, farmer, Stanbridge
Station road
Blakely Ora, tanner, (J B
BOARD OF SCHOOL EX-
AMINERS,
for the district of Bed-
ford, Hobart Butler, M.A,, advocate,
Beatbrd, president; H, L, Fuller
M.A., M,L)., Sweetsburg, vice do;
William Gibson, Adamsville, secre-
tary-treasurer
Boisonnault Paul, carpenter and joiner,
Main, L B
Borden Amos, mason. Main, L B
Bjrden Anson M,, farmer, U B
Borden Elias W,, cabinetmaker,
upholsterer, and undertaker, IJ B,
h do
Borden Homer, plasterer. Main, L B
Boi'den Lorenzo, mason and plasterer,
Mi.iu, L B
BEDFORD ADVERTISEMENT. 29
ESTABLISHED MAY. 1878.
THE
BEDFORD
^m
TIMES
Is Published every FRIDAY at
BEDFORD. MISSI
SOU
01 COUNTY, QUE.,
At $1.00 per Annum in advance.
.A^. L. L^I^TVOE, - - - i:<litoi'.
The "TIMES
''
is a large, newsy
3
2-column
paper It contains more matter that the people
want to read and less that they care nothing
about than any other paper published in the
District of Bedford.
I^^Being Published at the County Seat, it is the
Paper in which to Advertise.
The ''TIMPi^S" has a larger circulation in
Missisquoi County than any other Weekly
Paper. Advertisers make a note of it.
ALL KINDS OF PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
JOB PRINTING
Done on Short Notice. Prices very Low.
ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO
BEDFORD, QUE.
30 COUNTY OF 5IISSISSQF0I—BEDFORD.
Borden Mrs. Marv, widow Samuel,
Main. L B
BOUCHARD
ARTHUR J ,
dealer
in fancy and staple dry goods, gro-
ceries, provisions, boots and shoes,
hats and caps, shelf hardware, and
ever}'
article usually found in a well
assorted
general stock, U B, oppo-
site 0. S.
"Eixford's scythe factory,
h do
Bouchard
Edouard, carriagemaker,
Main, L B, h U B
Boudreau David, moulder, U B
Boudreau Francois, farm laborer, L B
Bourgeois
Benii, mason and stone cut-
ter"; bds Main, L B
BOYD R. WILSON,
special agent
for the Eastern Townships of the
Sun 3Iutual Life and Accident
Insurance Co. of Montreal,
J. H.
C4ough, agent, Bedford, P.
Q.
Brault T., porter, Union house, L B
Brault Medard, laborer, U B
Brault Pierre D., miller. Main, L B
Brown Mrs. Sarah, widow Xathaniel
S., Main, L B
BUTLER HOBART, MA-,
advo-
cate, principal Bedford Academy
j
president District of Ijedtbrd Teach-
ers' Association, and president of
the board of school examiners for
the same, also president Bedford
Building Society. See card page 35
Butler Mrs. Hobart, teacher of music
and painting, Bedford Academy, h
LB
CAIRNS REV. H.,
pastor Canada
^iethodist Church, U B
Cam])bell Ludger, farmer, L B
CANADA FIRE AND MARINE
INdURAiNCE CO. OF HAMIL
TON, ONT.,
John H. Gough, agent.
Main, opjiosite Court House, L B
CANADA METHODIST CHURCH
U B, rev. 11. Cairns, pastor
Canfield Professor Homer, teacher of
vocal music, Bedford Academy, re-
sides U B
Capsey George, advocate, secretary-
treasurer iMissisquoi County Coun-
cil, office Court House, Main, L B,
resides at Mystic
CHATELLE & COUTURE
(Aris-
tide Chatelle and Theodore Couture),
dealers in fancy and staple dry
goods, boots and shoe>', groceries,
provisions, crockery, glassware, &c.,
of which they have a good assort-
ment cheap for cash. Main, nearly
opposite the Bedford house, L B
Chatelle Aristide (Chatelle & Cou-
ture), Main, L B
Chatelle Mrs. Medard, Main, L B
Chagnon Charles, laborer, Stanbridge
Station road
Chagnon Jean, laborer, Stanbridge
Station road
Chagnon Mrs. L., widow, Stanbridge
Station road
Chagnon William, carpenter, Stan-
bridge Station road
Chevalier Gustave, physician and sur-
geon, Bridge. L B
Chouinard Isidore, carpenter and
joiner, U B
CHURCH OF ST DAMIEN DE
BEDFORD,
L B, rev. Elphege
Gravel, parish priest
CHURCH OF ST. JAMES THE
APOSTLE,
L B, rev. H. W. Nye,
xM.A., rector of Bedfoi-d
Circuit Court for the County of Missis-
quoi, Hon. Christopher Dunkin,
judge
;
John Gough, clerk
;
T. M.
Gough, deputy clerk; 2^. H. Gordon,
crier; office Court House, Main, L B
CITIZENS' FIRE, LIFE. ACCL
DENT AND GUARANTEE IN-
SURANCE CO. OF CAi^ADA,
John H. Gough, agent, Main, oppo-
site Court House, L B
Clayes Geoi'ge, farmer, L B
Commissioner Superior Court, John
Goutrh, office Court House, Main,
LB"
Commissioners Court for the Township
of Stanbridge, N.A. Par^ and H. C.
Hall, commissioners
;
Thomas M.
Gough, clerk, office Court House,
Main,L B
CONNER D.,
assistant postmaster,
merchant tailor, and general dealer
in dry good.s, groceries, hardware,
boots and shoes, ready-made cloth-
ing, &c., U B, h do
Conway Peter, Main, L B
COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI—BEDFORD. 31
Corey Benedict Henry, U B
Corey Caleb, jun., baker, Main, L B
Corey Harvey N., carpenter, L B
Corey John H., wheelwright, Stan-
bridge Station road
Corey Matthew, millwright, U B
Core}" Mr.s. J. H.. milliner and dre>s-
maker, Main, L B, h Stanbridge Sta-
tion road
Cornfbrth E. W., scythe maker, U B
COSLETT EDWARD,
postmaster,
and general merchant, dealer in
dry goods, groceries, provisions,
hoots and shoes, shelf and heavy
hardware, paints, oils, glass, lamps,
coal oil, &c., full assortment, lowest
prices for cash, Main, L B, h do
Coslett George A., manager at O. S.
Rixford's scvthe factory, L B
COSLETT JAMES,
blacksmith and
horse shoer. Blacksmith's work of
all kinds done. Special attention
paid to horse-shoeing, in which I do
the largest business in this section
of country. Main, next door to the
Post Office, L ii, h next door to
shop
Coslett Samuel, bookkeeper at Bed-
ford foundi-y, L B
Courtois Joseph, carpenter, Main, L B
Couture Theodore (Chatelle & Cou-
ture) Main, LB
CROTHEIIS& DUFFY,
(R. A. Cro-
thers,B.A., B.C.L., and H. T. Dulfy,
B.A., B.C.L.), advocates, barristers,
&c, ; collections prompt!}" attended
to; near the Court House, also at
Sweetsburg
Crothers R. A., B.A., B.C.L. (Cro-
thers & Dutty)
Cyr Jean Baptiste, laborer. Main, L B
Cyr Joseph, farmer, Main, L B
CYR MOISE,
carrigemaker, black-
smith and horseshoer. All kinds
of work in the above done in the
most workmanlike manner, with-
out delay, at the lowest prices. Re-
pairs receive prompt attention,
Main, L B, h do
DAMOIE PATRICK K.,
carnage
and sleigh maker. Every description
ofvehicle built to order, and all kinds
of repairs promptly done. First-
class work and lowest prices guaran-
ted, U B, h do
Davies Malcolm, commercial traveller,
U B
Davignon Francois, proprietor Upper
Bedford hotel
Demers A. Napoleon, clerk Registry
Office for County of Mi.ssi.squoi,
LB
Demers Edouard R., notary, Bridge,
L B, h do
DEMERS F. X. ED-,
head teacher
School of St. Damien de Bedford,
LB
Demers Louis Joseph (Dickinson &
Demers)
DEMERS MRS. F- X. ED.,
assistant
teacher School of St. Damien de
Bedford, L B
Demers T., carriagemaker. Main, L B
hdo
Deneau Francois, joiner, L B
Ddrie Nelson, tanner, U B
DE VALENCE LOUIS FERDI-
NAND,
house, sign, fresco and or-
namental painter. The very best
class of work done at prices to suit
the times. Fresco and ornamental
painting a specialty. Satisfaction
guaranted. L B
DICKINSON & DEMERS(Richard
Dickinson, X.P., and Louis Joseph
Demers), joint rei^istrar for the
County of Missisquoi, Court House,
Main, L B
Dickinson Richard (Dickinson &
Demers), Bridge, L B
Dion Joseph Napoleon, painter, U B
Dion Phillip G., clerk, U B
DION RALPH,
artist and carriage
painter, <fcc. Sign, ornamental and
carriage painting executed in the
most artistic manner,on short notice,
and at the lowest prices consistent
with work that will give you satis-
faction. U B, h do
District Magistrates Court for the
County of Missisquoi, Judge G. E.
Rioux, district magistrate ; John
Gough, clerk, office Court House,
Main, L B
DISTRICT OF BEDF ORD
TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION,
Hobart Butler, M.A., advocate, Bed-
ford, president
32
BEDFORD ADVERTISEMENTS.
;©aiES
mt
"am
^
m.SJk^
EDFORD BRANCH,
B. TERROUX, Jr., Manager.
Special attention given to collections and remitted for at
lowest rates.
New York orrespondent, National Bank of Commerce.
A. A. BATCHELLER, B.A.S..
Graduate
of
AleGill College,
MONTREAL.
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9
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C^
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GENERAL DRAUGHTSMAN.
BRIDGE BUILDING /\ SPECIALTY.
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c?.
COUNTY OF MI88ISQUOI—BEDFORD. 33
DOMINION FIRE AND MA-
RINE INSURANCE CO.
of Ham-
ilton, Ont., JohnH. Gough, agent,
Main, o])posite Court house, L B
DOMINION TELEORAPH CO.,
F. C Saunders, agent, office Main,
L B
DOUOLAS & ROLLAND
(Joim
Douglas and J. T. RoUand), manu-
facturers of sash, doors, and blinds.
Planing, turning, scroll sawing,
&c., neatly done; mouldings made
to order. Main, L B
Douglas John (Douglas & EoUand),
Main, L B
Douglas John S. (W. Douglas & Son)
Douglas W., & Son (Wm. and John
S. Douglas), boot and shoe store,
Main, opposite Court house, L B
Douglas Wm. (W. Douglas & Son),
resides at Montreal
Dowd Andrew, carpenter and joiner,
V B
Duffy H. T., B.A., B.C.L. (Crothers
& Dutfy), resides at Sweetsburg
Dufresne Gilbert, U B
DUPUIS MAXIMILLIAN,
custom
tailor. Ail orders will j-eceive the
most prompt attention, and will be
executed in the latest styles at the
lowest prices. Gentlemen's and
youths' garments cut while you
wait at very moderate charges.
Bridge, L B, h do
Edmonds Robert, farmer, U B
Etherington James, baker, Main. L B
EXCHANGE BANK OF CANADA,
Bedford Branch, Main, L B, Eobert
Terroux, jun., manager. Ste Adv
page opposite
Foster John, railway contractor, U B
Freligh Mrs. G., Main, L B
Gall Hugh M., post otfice clerk, bds
Main, L B
Gal lagan Edward, laborei-, U B
Galvin James, striker, U B
Gauthier Alfred, carpenter, L B
Gilman G. W., scythe maker, U B
G-IROUX F. X.,
boot and shoe maker.
Boots and shoes made to order, and
all kinds of repairs done promptly
and cheaply in a workmanlike man-
ner, U B, h do
Giroux Louis, laborer, L B
Giroux Mrs., widow, Main, L B
Gladden Melvin C, scythegrinder, U B
GOUGHBROS.
(John H. and James
Gough), saddle and harness makers,
Main, opposite the Court house, L B
Gough James (Gough Bros.), Main,L B
Gough John, clerk of the Circuit Court
and District Magistrates Court, com-
missioner Superior Court and com-
missioner per ded. pot., office Court
house. Main, L B, h L B
GOUGH JOHN H.
(Gough Bros.),
J. P. and commissioner, secretary
Bedford Vigilant Association, and
general insurance agent. Main, op-
posite Court house, L B, h Main, L B
Gough Thomas M., clerk of the
Commissioners Court, township of
Stan bridge, office Court house. Main,
L B, h L B
Goulding Joseph, scythe maker, Main,
L B
GRAVEL REV. ELPHEGE,
parish
priest, parish of St. Damien de Bed-
ford, h L B
Greenwood L., scythe polisher, U B
Guertin Meril, carpenter, L B
GUILLETTE
HYACINTHE.dealer
in fanc}' and staple drj- goods, boots
and shoes, groceries, provisions,
crockery, glassware, &c., secretary-
treasurer dissentient school board,
St. Damien de Bedford, Bridge, L B,
hdo
Hakey Jacob, U B
Halcrow Mrs. Mary, widow George,
UB
Hak-row William, carpenter, U B
Hart David A., physician and surgeon,
Main, L B, h do
Harty John, general merchant. Main,
L iB. h do
HATCH D.W.
(agent), watchmaker
and jeweller, dealer in watches,
clocks, jewellery, fine cigars, &c.,
agent for Manning, Bowman &
Co.'s perfection granite ironware
and the fine electro silver plated
ware of Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co.,
and Eogers & Brother, Bank build-
ing. Main, L B
Hauver Benjamin, farmer, Stanbridge
Station road
Hauver Levi, carpenter, U B
34 COUNTY OF MISSIPQUOI—BEDFORD.
Hebert Moise. L B
Hubert Mrs. Hubert, L B
Hebert Pierre, former, L B
HERLIHY PATRICK,
dealer in
fancy and staple dry goods,groceries,
provisions, wines, liquors, crockery,
glassware, hats and caps, boots and
shoes, shelf hardware, &c., the assort-
ment being one of the best in Bed-
ford at lowest prices, Bridge, L B,
b do
Higgins John, scythe maker, I" B
HOCHELAGA FIRE INSUR-
ANCE CO.,
of Montreal, John H.
Gough, agent. Main, opposite Court
house. L B
HOKSKIN HORATIO,
manufac
turer of stoves, hollow ware, garden
vases. Dominion sap spouts, and
castings of all descriptions, Bedford
Foun(iry, U B, h do
Johnson Mrs. Henry, widow, U B
Josleyn William, travelling agent. U B
Joubert Joseph, marblecutter, U B
JOUBERT N. B.,
proprietor Bed-
ford Marble works. See Adv page 11
Kimell Martin, laborer, Main, L B
Knight Allen S., machinist, U B
Labonty Abraham D., barkeeper,
Union house, L B
LABONTY LOUIS,
proprietor
Union hou.se, Bridge, opposite Court
house, L B. See Adv page 35
Lafrance Moise, laborer, Stanbridge
Station road
LANCE A. L.,
editor "Bedford
Times," otfice opposite Court house,
L B, h L B, See Adv opposite Bed-
ford Times page 29
Lance William T., printer, bds with A.
L. Lance, L B
Langdon C, machinist, U B
LARUE RAPHAEL,
dealer in gro-
ceries, ])rovisions, Graham, buck-
wheat and wheat flour, eornmeal,
Indian meal,butter, cheese,molasses,
syrups, spices, fruits, pickles, salt,
tobacco, coal oil, pork, salt fish of
all kinds, vegetables, &c., opposite
O. S. Rixford's scythe factor^-, U B,
h do
Laval lee Albert, boot and shoe maker,
Main, L B, h do
Lavallec Xavier, retired, Main, L B
X
LEDUC AVILA,
farmer and lime
burner
;
lime of the very best quality
always on hand, and for sale, guar-
anteed two cents per bushel le.ss than
at any other place in the county
;
special discount to large buyers,
Stanbridge .^tation road, post office
address. Bedford
Leduc Damase, retired, L B
Lent Melvin. moulder, U B
LETOURNEAU J. A.,
physician
and surgeon, office and residence
Main, next door to F. C. Saunders'
drug store, and opposite Cyr's block
LB
MA^NANT ALFRED,
blacksmith,
caiTiageironer andhorseshoer. Work
well and promptly done at lowest
rates. Pai-ticular attention paid to
I'epairs. The best of material used.
Horses shod on the most approved
principle, U B, h do
Mahonev Miss Mary, ladies' hair work,
Main,''L B
Mahoney Timothy, pedlar. Main, L B
Marcil Francois, tanner and currier,
L B
MARTEL LOUIS,
hair dresser;
shaving, shampooing, hair cutting,
hair and whisker dyeing done in
the best style. Main nearly opposite
the Bedford house, L B, h do
MARTIN & ALCOMBRACK
(iSye C. Martin and Ebenezer Al-
combrack), manufacturers of sole,
upper, harness and other leather,
^
Bedford Tannery, U B
|
Martin Alvin, Stanbridge Station road
31artin A. H., general merchant. Main,
L B, h do
MARTIN CHARLES M.,
manager
People's and Farmers' store, general
grocer, fruit, fish, and confec-
tionery
;
countiy produce bought
and sold, Eice's block, Main, L B, b
L B
Martin J. H .proprietor Bedford house,
Main, L B
Martin James P., farmer, U B
Martin John Irvin, Bedford house,
Main, L B
Martin Nye C, (Martin & Alcom-
brack). Mayor of Stanbridge town-
ship, U B
BEDFORD AND MONTREAL ADVERTISEMENTS. 35
LOUIS L A B-') NTY,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
THIS
HOUSE is situated directly opposite the Court House and County Buildings,
making it convenient for bu.^iness nieu.
A FIRST-CLASS LIVERY connected with the House. Good Stabling for a large
number of horses. No pains spared to make this house as good as the best.
HOBART BUTL|R,
ADVOCATE,
BEDFORD, P.
Q.
THE CELEBRATED
COOK'S FRIEND
TKADE l^^id^J?!^ §1 MAEK.
BAKING POWDER,
THE FAVOBITS OF THE PEOPLE OF CANADA.
Manufactured only by
w. D. McLaren,
55 College Street, MOHTHEAL.
THE TRADE LIBERALLY DEALT WITH.
36 COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—BEDFORD.
Martin Mrs. James P., millinery and
fancy goods, U B, h do
Martin Richard, farmer
Martin Rufus, farmer
Martin William E., farmer, L B
Masse Joseph, stove mounter, U B
Mass6 Napoleon, clerk, bds Bridge, L B
Mather William, carpenter, U B
McAleer Barney, farmer
McAleer Joseph, farmer
IMcAleer Mrs. Jane, widow Miles
McAleer Patrick, carpenter. Main, L B
McKenney Jonas, U B
Meehan George, tanner and currier,
U B
Menard Joseph, blacksmith, U B
Menard Mrs. Moise, milliner, U B
Menard T., laborer, L B
MICLETTE JOSEPH,
boot and
shoe maker; all descriptions of cus-
tom work done in the latest stj^es,
on the shortest notice, and in the
most workmanlike manner; repairs
well and cheaply done, shop Main,
opposite Bedford h, L B, h near
railway bridge, do
Mills Eeid M., millwriaht
Mills Samuel, U B
MISSISQUOI AND ROUVILLE
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE
CO-,
Edward Coslett, agent, L B
MISSISQUOI AND ROUVILLE
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE
CO.,
Nye C. Martin, agent, L' B
Missisquoi County Agricultural So-
ciety, George Sulley, secretary-trea-
surer, office Court House, Main, L B
Missisquoi County Council, George
Capsey, secretary-treasurer, office
Court House, Main, L B
Monette Moise, farmer, U B
Montague Theodore, farm laborer, LB
Moreau Samuel, foreman Martin &
Alcombrack's Tannery,
U B
Morgan Edward W., accountant Ex-
change Bank of Canada, resides at
Stan bridge Station
Morgan Henry,
U B
Morgan William, moulder, U B
Morier & Poulin (Raphael Morier and
Pierre Poulin), sash, door and blind
factory, and carpenters and joiners,
U B
Morits John, farm laborer, U B
Morier Eaphael (Morier & Poulin),
L B
Moyers Mrs. Marj', widow M^dard,
Main, L B
Mulvanev Patrick, farmer, U B
MUNICIPALITY TOWNSHIP
OF STANBRIDGE,
George
Sulle}', secretary-treasurer, office
Court House, Main, L B
Murphy Patrick, boot and shoe maker,
Main, L B
Nason Rnel, axe maker, U B
NYE REV. H. W., M.A.,
rector of
Bedford, L B
Orris George, tanner's apprentice, U B
Orris William, farmer, U B
Otain Peter, laborer, L B
Palmer Hiram, farmer, U B
Pare Nazare A., butcher, L B, h do
Parker Howard F., machinist, U B
Pearce John, farm laborer
PEOPLE'S AND FARMERS'
STORE,
Charles M. Martin, mana-
gei", general grocer, fruit, fish and
confectionery, country produce
bought and sold, Eice's block, Main,
L B, h L B
POST OFFICE,
Lower Bedford, Ed-
wai'd Coslett, postmaster
POST OFFICE,
Upper Bedford, Nye
C. Martin, postmaster; D. Conner,
assistant do
Pouilot Peter, mason, L B
Poulin Pierre (Morier & Poulin), L B
Eaymond Ti-effl^, scythe polisher, L B
Keed Louis J., meat market, Main, L
B,hUB
Reinhardt Moses, Stanbridge Station
road
REGISTRY OFFICE FOR THE
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI,
Court house. Main, L B, Richard
Dickinson, N.P., and Louis Joseph
Demers, joint registrar
Eice Charles A., grist and saw mill
owner, L B, h Bridge, do
Eicher Joseph, L i>
Rivet Magloire, laborer. Main, L B
Rix Alnion, farmer. Main, L B
Rix Robert, mason
Rixford 0. S., manufacturer of scythe
and hay knives, dealer in haying
tools, U B, resides at East Highgate,
Vt
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—BEDFORD. 37
Rix Thomas, mason, L B
Eobinson Miss Rhoda, U B
Holland Antoine, wheelwright, Main,
LB
Eolland Frank, ftirmer, v^^tan bridge
Station road
Holland Henri, hostler, Bedford house
EOLLAND J. T.,
bailiff of the Su-
perior Court acting in and lor the
district of Bedford, office and resi-
dence Main, L B
Rollaiid Levi, sewing machine agent,
Stan bridge Station road
Eolland Michel, laborer, Main, LB
Eolland Mrs. Margaret, widow Fran-
cois,
Stan bridge Station road
Eolland Pierre, laborer, Stanbridge
Station road
Ross Adoniran J., blacksmith, ^'ain
near railway bi-idge, L B
ROSS HENRY L":,
saddle and har-
ness maker and carriage trimmer,
dealer in saddles, harness, whips,
horse clothing, bits, spurs, &c. ; best
material used
;
good work, low
prices, U B, h do
ROUSE R- B-
tin and copper smith.
Job work of all kinds promptly
done in a superior style at moderate
prices. Eavetroughing put up in
the best manner. Ware exchanged
for country produce, and highest
cash price allowed, Main, opposite
Bedford house, L B, h do
Rousseau Ed., scythe grinder, U B
Roy Mrs. F. A., assistant, and teacher
of French, Bedford academy, L B
Roy Theodore, carpenter, U B
Russell Oliver, scythe grinder, U B
Ruiter Mrs. Lydia, teacher school
district No. 8, L B
SAUNDERS F. C,
druggist and
stationer, member (by examination)
of the Province of Quebec Pharma-
ceutical association. Dealer in drugs,
chemicals, dye stutfs, writing and
wrapping papers, school books, &c.
Physicians'prescriptions and private
recipes carefully prepared, Main,
LB
School Commissioners, parish of St
Damien de Bedford, George Sulley,
secretary, office Court house, Main,
L B
School district No. 7, U B, Miss
Stevens, teacher
School district No. 8, L B, Mrs. Lydia
Kuitcr, teacher
SCHOOL OF ST DAMIEN DE
BEDFORD,
F. X. Ed. Demers,
head teacher; Mrs. F. X. Ed.
l)emers, assistant teacher, L 13
SEATON JAMES H.,
saddle and
harness maker. Custom work will
receive particular attention, and all
orders will be done in a manner to
give thorough satisfaction. Best
material used. Repairing at shortest
notice. Prices to suit the times,
Main, opposite Bedford house, L B
Shaw N. H., sewing machine manu-
facturer, U B, h do
Smith ^Martin, scythe maker, U B
Smith Martin, stove mounter, U B
Smith Nye L., foreman Bedford Times
office, bds with A. L. Lance, L B
Stevens Miss, teacher school district
No.
7, U B
Strane Hubert, jun., teamster, L B
Strane Hubert, sen., teamster, L B
SULLEY GEORGE,
secretary treas-
urer Township ot Stanbridge Muni-
cipality, Co. of Missisquoi Agricul-
tural society and Board of School
Commissioners, office Court house
Main, L B, resides at .uj-stic
SUN MUTUAL LIFE AND AC-
CIDENT INSURANCE CO. OF
MONTREAL,
John H. Gough,
agent. Main, opposite Court house,
L B
Taylor Amos, painter, L B
TERROUXROBERT, JUN.,
man-
ager Exchange Bank, of Canada,
Bedford Braneh, resides at Bank
building. Main, L B. See Adv page
32
Tessier Narcisse, farm laborer, L B
Toof Miss A. E., principal assistant
Bedford academy, C B
Trembly L., blacksmith. Main, L B
UNION HOUSE,
Louis Labonty,
proprietor. Bridge, opposite the
Court house, L B. See Adv paye 3b
UnAvin Arthur, moulder, U B
Unwin John, farmer, U B
Unwin William, laborer, U B
38
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—CLARENCEVILLE.
Upper Bedford hotel, Frungois Davig-
non, proprietor
Vaughn n James A., harness maker,
Bridge, L B
Vilej John, teamster, U B
Viley Joseph, travelling agent, U B
Vitty Miss Annie, dry goods, &c
,
Main,
L B, bds at John Harty's
WALKER COMFORT M-,
builder
and contractor. Contracts taken for
the building of churches, schools and
other public edifices, houses, bridges,
&c., U B
WALKER MELVIN,
carpenter
and joiner, U B
Webb Arthur, scythe maker, U B
Welcom Frank, carpenter and joiner,
L B
Whitcomb Henrj'^, grocer, U B, h do
Wilson James, harness maker, U B
WINGATE HIRAM,
watchmaker
and jeweller. Having been for several
years in the emploj' of first class
firms, I have no hesitation in war-
ranting work done in the best style;
also sewing machines of all kinds re-
paired, shop at C. M. Martin's, Main,
L B
Young Joseph, blacksmith and horse
shoer. Main, L B, h do
CLARENCEVILLE.
After the conquest of Canada by the British the seigniory of Foucault became
the property of General John Caldwell, and thence derived the name of
Caldwell's manor. Originally it belonged to the Sieur Foucault, to whom.
it was gi'anted in 1733 by the Marquis de Beauharnois, the then Governor,
the grant being subsequently confirmed by the King of France,
As for tbe Seignioiy of Noyan, a captain of marines, Chavoy de Noyan by
name, got a grant of it in 1733 from the same Governor, said grant being
afterwards ratified by the King. By the treaty of Paris, signed May 16th
1763, Canada and its adjacent territories became a possession of Great
Britain, and one of the results of this transfer was that this seigniory
passed into the hands of Gabriel Christie, Esq., and was known as Christie's
Manor. It was not till after Canada was a British colony that any settle-
ments were made in either of the seigniories named. The pioneers or first
comers were of many origins, the southern part of Noyan, in common
with Foucault, being settled principally by families of English, Scotch, Irish
and German extraction.
The seigniories are divided into two parishes : St. George de Clarenceville and
St. Thomas de Foucault, the first comjirising the eastern parts, and the
last the western portions of both.
The land is extremely productive, yielding a full return for the labor bestowed
upon it; its surface is generally level, and, with the exception of a little
swampy land in the parish of St. George de Clarenceville, is all under a
state ot advanced cultivation.
Clarenceville, pleasantly situated at the junction of four roads, in this parish, is
the chief centre ot trade for the whole section of country comprised in
Foucault and Noyan, and is partly in the one, and partly in the other.
Where the four roads meet is a square, in the centre of which stands a tall
liberty poll, emblematic of the freedom which we all enjoy. To the east
are the Episcopalian and Canada 3Iethodist Churches, both handsome
edifices and ornaments to the village; opposite is the Clarenceville hotel.
From the remaining sides streets diverge north and south, some portions
of them being, as the saying is, as pretty as a picture.
Clarenceville is quite near the dominions of our hugh neighbor
"
Uncle
Sam," the boundary line separating the possessions of the
"
British Lion"
from tliose of tiio
"
American Eagle
"
being but four miles distant as applied
to the State of Vermont, and eight to that of New York.
COUNTY OF MISSI8QU0I- CLARENCEVILLE. 39
It is a port of entry. Por the year ending June 30th, 1879, the imports were
S5,U20, the duties collected being 8074.21.
Clarcnceville is distant from Alburgh Springs, Vl., 5 miles; Eouse's Point,
N.Y., 10 miles; from the Kichelieu Kivei-,
2^
miles, in crossing which to
the LacoUe Station of the Grand Trunk Railwaj-,
h
mile fi-om tlie shore, a
fine view of Fort Lennox, on Isle anx Noix. the properly of the jCanadian
Government, is had. To Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, it is 16 miles
;
to Missisquoi Bay, 4 miles; and to the pretty and picturesque village of
Philipsburg on its northern bank, 12 miles. Mails daily. Population
about 400.
Atkins Robert, pensioner
Audetie Peter, farm laborer
Beerworth Charles, farmer
Beerworth Frank, farmer
Beerworth Henry, retired
Bellaire Israel, boot and shoe maker
Billings Daniel, farmer
Boyd William, carriagemaker
Bush Hiram C, bailitf Superior Court
district of Bedford
Bush Mrs. A. J., widow Leonard
Bush Mrs. L., widow
CLARENCEVILLE AND AIRD
MAIL STAGE LINE,
Samuel O.
Chirk, pro])rietor
CLARENCEVILLE AND LA
COLLE MAIL STAGE LINE,
bamuel (). Clark, proprietor
CLARENCEVILLE AND MI-
RANDA MAIL STAGE LINE,
Samuel U. Clark, proprietor
CLARENCEVILLE CARRIAGE
FACTORY,
i^. A. Noel, proprietor
ClarencevUle Circuit Methodist
Church of Canada, rev. John
Stewart, superintendent
Clarenceville hotel, P. C. Martin, pro-
prietor
Clark George Xelson, farmer
CLARK SAMUEL 0.,
proprietor
Clarenceville and LacoUe, Clarence-
ville and Aird, and Clarenceville
and Miranda mail stage lines, also
livery. Commercial travellers and
others supplied with good horses
and vehicles at the most moderate
charges
Colton Mrs. M., wid Henry
COLTON WILLIAM HENRY,
farmer, secretary-treasurer of the
municipality of St. George de Cla-
renceville and clerk of the local
Magistrates Court
Connor D. D., clerk Clarenceville
hotel
Curtis Enoch, farmer
Curtis Mvron S., farmer
CUSTOM HOUSE,
William Mead
Pattison, collector
Derby C, & Co. (Charles Derby, and
H. C Hj'de), i^eneral dealers
Derby Charles (C. Derby & Co.)
DERICK A- H-,
postmaster and gene-
ral merchant, dealer it! dry goods,
ready-made clothing, hats and cajDS,
boots and shoes, groceries, provi-
sions, crockery, glassware, &c.; cook
stoves in gi-eat variety
Derick Alonzo, farmer
Derick Daniel, carpenter and joiner
Derick F. U., stoves and tinware
Derick George Nelson, farmer
Derick Eansom, farmer
Derick Thomas H., assistant post-
master
District School No. 1, Miss C. M.
Smith, teacher
District School No.
3,
H. F. Green,
teacher
Dupui.s Joseph J. B., M.D.
DuVernet rev. Canon Edward, rector
of Clarenceville
Ellis Thomas, gardener
Evans Charles, farmer
Evans 3Iyron, blacksmith and horse-
shoer
Green H. F., teacher district school
No. 3
Grenon John, harness maker
Griggs Simon, jobber
Hunter John^ J, P., farmer
Hyde H. C. (C. Derby & Co.)
Johnson George \V., retired
Johnson Hiram, civil engineer and
provincial land surveyor
Lake Nelson W., blacksmith
40
COUNTY 07 MISSI8QU0I—CLARENCEVILLE.
Linihen Patrick, tailor
Little Stewart, farmer
Macneil John, farmer
Martin P. C, proprietor Clarenceville
hotel
McFEE ALBERT,
saddle and har-
ness maker, manufacturer and dea-
ler in all kinds of coach pad harness,
single and double driving harness,
halters, surcingles, sweat pads, zinc
collar caps, bits^ whips, horse cloth-
ing, &c. Eepairs prompth" done at
lowest rates, satisfaction guaranteed
McGregor George carpenter and joiner
McMillan Mrs., widow
Methodist Church of Canada, i-ev.
John Stewart, pastor
Miller Henry M., clerk
MUNICIPALITY OF THE PA-
RISH OF ST GEORGE DE
CLARENCEVILLE,
Wm. Henry
Col ton, secretary-treasui'er
NOEL E. A-1
proprietor Clarence-
ville Carriage factory. Largest
and best stock of carriages, buggies,
"waggons, sleighs, cutters, &c., in
this section. Blacksmiths work of
all kinds, reparingand horse shoeing
at lowest prices. Carriage painting
and trimming done in the best style
;
carriage tips, shaft rubbers, &c.,
alwavs on hand
PATTISON WILLIAM MEAD,
collector ot customs
POST OFFICE,
A. H. Derick, post-
master
Provingial Charles, laborer
KeynoKis John, retired
Reynolds John C, sexton St. George's
church
Eowe C. S., lieut.-col. 60th battalion,
Missisquoi
Sails Daniel, former
Sails Duncan, laborer
Sails K. & F. (Miss Ella and Miss
France.- Sails), millinery and dress-
making
Sails Miss Ella (E. & F. Sails)
Sails Miss Frances (E. & F. Sails)
Sawyer C. H., general merchant
SCHUTT JASPER, farmer
School Commissioners, Parish of St
George de Clai'enceville, A. H.
Derick, chairman ; H. C. Hyde,
secretary-treasurer
Smith Miss C. M., teacher district
school No. 1
Stewart rev. John, pastor Methodist
Church of Canada
St George's Church, rev. Canon
Edward DuVernet, rector of Clar-
enceville
ST JOHN & SON
(Thomas P. and
Marshal N. St John), first-class
boot and shoe makers. Custom work
made to order in the latest styles,
promptl}', and at the most moderate
rates. Have taken first prizes at
the county fair for both plain and
fancy work whenever we competed.
Satisfaction guaranteed
St John Alexander, blacksmith and
horse shoer
St John ('has. H., boot and shoeninker
St John Marshal N. (St John & Son)
St John Thomas P. (St John A: Son)
STRUTHERS JAMES,
carriage
maker.
(
'arriaues, buggies, wagaons
and sleighs on hand or built to order
in the latest sty'les, at the lowest pay-
inir rates. Hepaii's of all kinds, also
carriage painting and trimming
cheaply, promptly and thoroughly
executeil
TASKER RANSOM D..
manufac-
ture-r and lioaler in furjiitui-e, and
undertaker. Parlor, dining-room,
bedroom and kitchen furnitui-e on
hand or supplied to ordei" on the
shortest notice at less than Montreal
price. CnflSns, caskets, robes and
other funei'al furnishings always
in stock. A good hearse for hire
at moderate charges; furniture and
other repairs cheaply, promptly and
thoroughly done
Taylor Henry, laborer
Terr}' John, laborer
Tetreault L
,
l)lacksmith
Westwood Alexander, retired
Younir Daniel, farmer
YOUNG PHILIP R., MD.,
physi-
cian and surtreon
COUNTY OP MI8SISQTJ0I—COWANSVILLE. 41
COWANSVILLE.
The first actual settler within the present limits of the ground on which this
progressive place now stands was Captain Jacob lluiter, a U. E. loyalist
from the State of New York, who, after remaining iti Philipsburg for six-
teen years, came here in 1793, and settled on the south side of the river
which now furnishes the power used for the running of the flouring mills
of G. K. Nesbitt, Esq., the woollen manufactory of the Messrs. W. & A.
iMorison, and the Freeport mills, one half mile from Cowansville, of
which Percival L. Cowan is the proprietor. Two j-ears after his arrival
the Captain built a grist mill, and a ii;ood idea of the changes which time
has since brought about can be obtained from the mention of the fact that
the set of stones required for this mill, which were conve^'ed here from
Philipsburg by way of Dunham, could not be carried from the latter
place until a road had been made through the forest expressly for that
purpose.
The next settler was A M. Bachelor, from the United States
;
and Augustus
Winchester, after residing for some time previously in the adjoining
village of Sweetsburg, on the grounds on which is now erected the
dwelling of the Hon. Creo. B. Baker, the popular representative of the
County of .Nlissisquoi in the House of Commons, was tne third. With one
exception, Peter Cowan, E-q., the present sheriil'fbr the District of Bedford,
was the next. Ho occupied a store and dwelling on what is now knowQ
as South street, since changed into a private residence, now that of John
Massie, sen., the father of the proprietor of
"
The Cowansville Observer.
When the third house had been erected in the new settlement, which
Captain Euiter had the honer of founding, he bestowed upon it the name
of Nelsonville, in remembrance and as an appreciation of the great
talents of Admiral Lord Nelson, whose axiom,
'•
England expects every
man to do his duty," is "as familiar in our mouths as household words."
Forty-three years ago, that is in 1836, the village contained but four houses,
although in its near vicinity there was one, perhaps two, others, while its
population, all told, was not more than forty.
Skipping the intervening period, and passing on to the present time, a few
additional remarks in reference to this really thriving place may not
prove devoid of interest :
Cowansville is situated in the Township of Dunham, and, as already intimated,
was oi'iginally called Nelsonville. It was found, however, that mail mat-
ter addressed to Nelsonville sometimes found its way to a place called
Nelson, in the then Province of Upper Canada
;
it was therefore decided
to change its name, and a public meeting of the inhabitants having beea
called, it was agreed that the designation of the post office should be
changed to Cowansville, after the then postmaster, Peter Cowan, Ksq.
Previous] to the erection of the court hou.se and jail in Sweetsburg, in 18tU the
legal business of the Counties of Brome, .Missi.squoi''and Shefford, com-
prising the District of Bedford, was done at this place, and all legal doca-
ments executed here were dated at Nelsonville.
Some eight years ago a marked impetus was given to the growth of the village
by the building of the South Eastern Railway, and so rapid has been the
«fif advancement since that time that to-day it must be considered as one of
the most important stations on the line. The railway supplied advan-
tages in the transportation of freight, which were improved by many of
those doing business here, and notably byG. K. Nesbitt, Esq., mill owner,
^ who at once went largely into the manufacture of flour and the grain and
42 COUNTY OF MISSISQFOI—COWANSVILLE.
feed business, which he still carries on on an extensive scale. About the
same period (in 1871) the Eastern Townships Bank opened a branch of
their business here, under the management of W. J. Briggs, Esq., (^now
acting in the same position for this bank at Waterloo,) who was succeeded
about three years ago bj James Mackinnon, Esq, So rapidly did the
banking business grow that the Board of Directors deemed it advisable to
erect a suitable building for their purposes in this village, and now the
bunk forms one of the most attractive and prominent edifices in the
place.
One thing which probably did very much in developing the interests of Cow-
ansville was the establishing of a newspaper here. The Cowansville Ob-
server was commenced in September, 1870, by John Massie, jr., Esq., who
was assisted in its editorial management during the first two years by
W. \Y. Lynch, Esq., the popular member of the Quebec Legislature for
Brome county. The Observer started under anything but favorable pros-
pects, the District
of
Bedford Times having suspended publication at
Sweetsburg only about liine months previously
;
but its founder, being a
practical printer of considerable experience in some of the cities of Can-
ada and the United States, and being possessed of an indomitable perse-
verance, which is bound to succeed in nearly anything he undertakes,
conceived the idea of devoting a considerable >pace to matters transpiring
within a radius of twenty miles, a course which brought down ufon him
the sarcasm of man}' of his contemporaries for a time, but a course which
he has lived to see copied by these same contemporaries, who previously
deemed nothing short of a burglary, murder or suicide of sufficient im-
portance to occup3' their space. In 1872 Mr. Massie found that his office
on River street did not keep pace with the growth of his business, and that
its requirements necessitated larger premises. He thereture erected on
Main street, in the business centre, a building suitable to the wants of
his increasing establishment. During the same year it also became neces-
sar}' for him to pui'chase a large Taylor cylinder press, in order to meet
the ever-growing demand for his paper. Since then his business has
steadily continued to increase.
Having taken a bold stand in two temperance contests which have agitated
the county, the Observer enjoys a large circulation among the most res-
pectable classes of the people of Missisquoi and Brome counties.
The severe financial depression which has hung like a darkening cloud over
the land for the past five years—a cloud, however, through which the
i
light of returning prosperity begins to glimmer—was, of course, fell here
as, elsewhere, several business houses being obliged to succumb to the
pressure of the times. At present, however, there are a number of shrewd
and energetic men engaged in commercial enterprise in Cowansville
whose views in regard to the manner in which success in business is to be
obtained, being sound, business-like and fully abreast of the times in which
they live, attract a large amount of trade from an unusually large section
of the surrounding country.
There is a very large export business done in this place in butter and cheese,
and nowhere in the Eastern Townships is the competition in these articles
keener, the market at Cowansville having various shippers to tlie cities
in the United States and Europe.
Manufacturing enterprises have also a fair share of attention. Beiiides Mr,
Nesbitt's mill, already referred to, Mr. Brewer of the Cowansville carriage
factory turns out a large number of buggies, waggons, sleighs, and so
forth, while Mr. Sloggett's furnitui'e establishment is equal to any de-
mands that may be made upon it for the furnishing of the houses of the
COUNTY OP mSSISQUOI—C0WAN8VILLE. 43
inhabitants of this section; then there is the firm ofW. & A. Morison,
woollen manufocturers, who in addition to doing a large custom business,
manufacture large quantities of blankets for exportation.
About half a mile from the village is a place called Freeport, which, like
Cowansville, is situated on the south fork of the Yamaska River. Here
are located the Freeport Mills the property of Percival L. Cowan, K>q.
The water power by which they are driven is good, being available
throughout the whole year. The main saw mill is a well and strongly
built building 80 x 30 feet, while the factor}' is 24 x 50 feet, and two
stories in height. As the saw used in the first mentioned for sawing
logs is the only one of its pattern in the townships, and, as it cuts smoother
and with le-^s waste than those in general use, it is of sufficient interest to
give the jjoints of difference. In circumference it is fifteen feet and is
unlike other saws of the same sizo, in being eight instead of five gauge,
forty-six in place of thirty-six teeth, the saw kerf being reduced from a
little over one-quarter to a little more than one-eighth of an ineh. Six
months' experience of this saw has satisfied Mr. Cowan, with whom the
idea originated, that it is an improvement. This building also contains a
stave saw, a shingle mill, and a jointer for giving shingles a smooth
edge, and a butting saw for cutting up slabs. The factory is well sup-
plied with machinery adapted to the requirements of the business. In it
is a tub lathe for making butter tubs and sap buckets, having a capacity
to turn out over one hundred of either a day
;
also a steamer for steam-
ing cheene box rims, a crimper to give them the proper shape, and what
is called a button head block to finish them, also a heading saw for cutting
in a circular form cheese l)ox heads, a combined puncher and clip})er for
iron hoops, and a crimper for giving them proper shape, jointing and
splitting saws, turning lathe, planer, &c. The manufacture embraces
lumber of all kinds, butter tubs, cheese boxes, sap buckets, shingles, and
so forth. A specialty for the counties of Brome and Missisquoi is the
Smith & Joslyn animal power for the use of farmers and others, quite a
number of them are in use, and are giving general satisfaction.
Opposite Mr. Cowan's Mills is a good building, 30 x 100 feet and two stories
in height, well adapted for a woollen mill, the premises being convenient
for that purpose, while the water-power is excellent. Attached are five
acres of land, on which is a good house and barn. This fine property
belongs to Mr. Cowan, who would like to see it made available for manufac-
turing pur])0se9, and not needing it for his own business, would be willing
to dispose of it on very good terms, and at a most reasonable price to a
responsible party desirous of availing himself of the protection granted
to manufacturers under our new national policy.
Cowansville is distant from Abbott's Corner 13 miles, Adamsville (Brome Co.)
6 miles, Bedford 16 miles, Boscobel (Shefford Co.) 33 m.iles, Clarenceville
33 miles, Dunham (Dunham Flats) miles, Frelighsburg 12 miles. Frost
Village (Sheftbrd Co.) 19 miles, Granbj' (Shefford Co.) 16 miles, Knowl-
ton (Bromo Co.; 12 miles, Lawrenceville (Shefford Co.) 30 miles, Man-
sonville (Brome Co.) 30 miles, Noj-an or St. Thomas, 36 miles. Pigeon
Hill 17 miles, Philipsburg 24 miles, Roxton Falls (Shettbrd Co.) 34 miles,
Sutton Flats (Brome Co.) 11 miles, Sweetsburg 1 mile and 6-10, Stan-
bridge East 12 miles, St. Johns (St. Johns Co
)
32 miles, Waterloo
(Shefford Co.) 21 miles, and Farnham 15 miles, from Montreal
56, Kingston 228, Toronto 389, Hamilton 426, St. Catharines 458,
Niagara Falls 470, London 504, and Detroit, Mich., 614 miles; via
Montreal from Quebec 228, St. John, N.B., 636, Halifax, KS., 712,
Charlottetown, P. E. Island, 936, and Liverpool, England, 2,298 miles.
Population by actual computation between 950 and 1000.
44
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—COWANSVILLE.
Abbreviations Used:—Adv., advertisement
; bds, boards ; do, same place or same
street ; h, bouse
;
S. E, R., South Eastern Railway.
The names in capital letters are those of advertisers and subscribers.
A^ote
:
—Street is understood ; example, Eastern Townships bank, Cowans-
ville branch, Main, means Main street.
Allen "William, section man S. E, R.,
Freeport
AMERICAN HOUSE,
Mrs. E. M.
Martindale, proprietress; 0. A. Mar-
tindale, manager, Main
Basnar Louis, printer, bds South
Beaudry Joseph, weaver, Caroline
Bedwell William, brickmaker, Pr6e-
port
BELL JOHN J->
architect, contrac
tor, bridge an ' genei-al builder
;
re-
ferences given when required. Main,
near the Missisquoi High School.
See Adv page 45
Bellinapp Frank, baker, bds with L.
C.
Parsons, South
BIBLE DEPOSITORY,
Montreal
Auxiliary of the British and Foreign
Bible society, A. Oliver, agent, Main
BOOTH F. C-,
manufacturer of tin,
copper and sheet in^n ware, stove
pipes, &c., and dealer in. stoves, ii"on
ware, &c. Roofing, eave-troughing
and all job work personally attended
to, and superior workmanship guar-
anteed, iMain, bds with James Euiter,
Main
Boucher F. X., boot and shoe maker,
South
Bousquet Joseph, mason, John
Bowker David, engineer S. E. E.,
Depot
Boy 1 Mrs. Mary, widow James, South
Brady John, agent Horatio Horskin,
Bedford, Caroline
Brennan Thomas, laborer, John
BREWER ALFRED,
manulacturer
of carriages, waggons, sleighs, &c. A
good stock of the above at lowest
prices and of the best manufacture
always on hand
;
carriage paintings
trimming, and repairs promptly,
well, and cheaply done, Albert, h do
Buck Orrin, laborer, Depot
Buzzell E. (Buzzell Brothers), resides
at Montreal
Buzzell Nelson, clerk, (with Buzzell
Brothers), Victoria square
BUZZELL
BROTHERS (Thomas
D. and E. Buzzell), dealers in gi-ocer-
ies, pr.)visions, crockery, glassware,
boots and shoes, paints, oils, &c.,
jobbers in harness, hardware and
shoemakers' findings, wholesale deal-
ers in butter and cheese, Exchange
block, Victoria square
Buzzell Thomas D. (Buzzell Brothers),
Victoria square
Camei'on William L., insurance agent,
Freeport
CANADA FIRE AND MARINE
INSURANCE CO. OF HAMIL-
TON,
Willium H. Macfarlane, agent,
Main
CARPENTER JOHN H-,
chemist
and druggist, dealer in drugs, chem-
icals, patent medicines, perfumery,
toilet articles, dye stuffs, &c. Alsc
books, stationery, musical merchan-
dise, &c., proprietor Carpenter's
Asthma Cure, for Asthma, Catarrh,
Bronchitis, &c., Hull's block. Main,
h Main
Carter William P., Main
Chandler Linus L., manager at J.
Landsberg's, Main
Champagne Baptiste, section man S.
E. R., Depot
Champagne Frank, laborer, North
Chamjiagne George, laborer, North
Champagne Joseph, laborer, North
Champagne Pierre, laborer, South
Christie David Urquhart, tailor. Main
Church Lewis M., clerk with N. A.
Mansfield, h Dunham road
CLEVELAND ARTHUR 0-,
sta
tion agent South Eastern Railway,
also agent United States and Can-
ada Express Co., and Montreal Tel
egraph Co., office Depot, h do
Cleveland Cyrus, foreman at Freeport
mills, resides at Freeport
Clow Charles, teamster. South
Congregational church, Main, rev. B.
. W. Day, pastor
C0WAN8VILLE ADVERTISEMENTS. 45
Eastern Townships Bank.
HEAD OFFICE, SHERBROOKE, P.O.
E. W. HENEKER, President. WM. FAREWELL, General Manager-
GOWANSyiLLE BRANCH.
General Banking.
Discount Daily.
Drafts granted on Montreal, New York and Boston.
American Currency and Sterling Exchange bought and sold.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT.
Interest allowed on deposits at four per cent, per annum.
Collections promptly attended to at lowest rates.
Office Hours: io a. m. to
4
p. m.
J MACKINNONr
Manager,
JOHN
J.
BELL,
MAIN STREET.
.
- . .
COWANSVILLE, P.Q.
(Ex-Superintendent
of
Bridges, Central Vermont and Sullivan and Vermont Valley Railroad
)
ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS of all kinds made. Bills of Material and
Estimates furnished for all kinds of Buildings and Iron Roofs.
J^°Special attention given to Railroad and Highway Bridge Building. Plans, Specifications
and Estimates for Howe, Pratt, Pin and Lock Lattice, Burr, Long & McCallum's Trusses, Trussed
Roofs and Buildings.
REFERENCES GIVEN TFHEN RECtUIRED.
46 COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—COWANSVILLE.
COTTON CEDRIC L-, M D-,
office
Main, opposite the old Court house,
h Main
Cotton Charles £., M.D., office and
residence Main
Cotton Karl C, dental student, Main
Cowan Henry E , timekeeper Free-
port mills, resides Freeport
COWAN PERCIVAL L-,
proprie-
tor Freeport mills, manufacturer of
all kinds of lumber, butter tubs,
cheese boxes, »ap buckets, shingles,
&c. Dimension timber a specialty.
Office and residence Freeport, post
office address Cowansville. See Adv
opposite page
COWAN PETER,
sheriff district of
Bedturd, and official as.-ignee for
same.office Court house, Sweetsburg,
h Albert
Cowansville Academy, Main, Joseph
Riny;l;ind, principal
COWANSVILLE BRANCH
East-
ern iownships Bank, J. .Mackinnon,
manager. Main. See Adv
P^9^
^^
COWANSVILLE CIRCUIT,
METHODIST CHURCH OF
CANADA
(Cowansville, Sweets-
burg, East Earn ham, Fordj-ce's Cor-
ners, Farnham Glen and Freeport),
rev. S. G. Phillips, superintendent,
h .Main
COWANSVILLE HOUSE,
Jonas
Hooney, proprietor. Travellers will
find this a fii-st-class house. Excel-
lent sample rooms. A superior livery
in connection with the hotel, ]\Iain
COWANSVILLE OBSERVER
(The), John Massie, jun., editor and
proj)rietor, Main. See Adv opposite
Observer, the Cowansville, j^a^e 53
Crivou Frank, baker. Church, h do
Curtis George, patent right agent,
Main
Da}- rev. B. W., pastor Congregational
church, Main
Demarra Joseph, carpenter, John
Dent Mrs. Mar}-, widow Joseph, South
DODaSON BURTON R.,
house
painter and decorator, tinting, white
wasliing, »i;o. All orders in the
above done in the best style, at
lowest prices, and guaranteed to
. give satisfaction, South
Dent William, farmer, South
Douglas Robert, farmer, Church
Downey Michael, laborer, John
Dupras Joseph, mason and plasterer,
Freeport
Dupras Theophile, mason and plas-
terer. Freeport
Duranleau Albert, clerk with Buzzell
Brothers, bds \'ictoria square
EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK,
Cowansville Branch, J. Mackinnon,
mana<,rer, Main. See Adv
page 45.
EASTERN TOWNSHIPS MU-
TUAL FIRE [NSURANCE CO-,
John Massie, jun., agent, office Main
Ellison Edmond (.'., farmer, Freeport
Ellison George, fiirm hand, Freeport
EXCHANGE HOTEL,
B. Minckler,
proprietor. First class house. Meala
at all hours. Terms §1 per day,
also livery equal to any in the coun-
ty. Depot square, opposite Rail-
road station
Farr Mrs. Susan, North
Farrell Thomas, section man S.E.E.,
Caroline
Farwell F. G., clerk Eastern Town-
ships bank, bds with J. P. Stinehour,
Main
Foster John, mason. South
Foster Thomas, mason. South
FREEPORT MILLS,
Percival L.
Cowan, proprietor. See Adv opppage
Fuller Darwin, Church
Fuller Moreau, butter and cheese
dealer. Church
Funall John, laborer, John
FYLES REV. T. W.,
rector of Nel-
.sonville. Main
Garbutt William, butcher, Main
Getty Andrew, farmer. South
GrLEASON H-
E-postmaster and gen-
eral merchant, dealer in dry goods,
groceries, hardware, crockery, glass-
ware, paints, oils, lS:c. A large
supply of wall paper always on hand.
Flour and salt wholesale and retail,
corner Main and South, h River
Gleason Mrs. Lucinda, widow H., Main
Goff Homer J., clerk, Cowansville
House
Goyette Charles, driver, Cowansville
House
Goyette John, ditcher, Albei't
COWANSVILLE ADVERTISEMENT.
47
FRKEPORT
MILLS,
Near Cowansville.
PERCIYAL L.
COWAN,
MANUFACTURER OF
Butter Tttbs, Cheese Boxes
^
Sap Buckets and Shingles.
A large Stock of all kinds of
LUMBER
On hand, or Sawed to order.
PLANING
AND JOINTING
DONE OX SHORT NOTICE.
Dimension Timber a specialty
>
Also Manufacturer of the
Smith & Joslyn
Animal
Power;
Suitable for Farmers for CHURNING, GRINDING, HAY CUTTING
and other purposes.
HORSE POIVER available
for
Running all kinds
of
Machinery.
^S"
The proprietor guarantees One Horse Power equal to Two by any other
Method.
INVESTIGATION SOLICITED.
POST OFFICE ADDRESS, COWANSVILLE,
P.Q.
48 COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—COWANSVILLE.
Goyette J. B., sexton Church of Ste
Rose de Lima, Albert
Grenier Frangois, blacksmith and
horse shoer, Albert, h do
Grenier Nelson, sawyer, Freeport
mills, Fjeeport
Griggs Calvin, mill hand, Freeport
Griggs Forrest T., clerk S.E.E.,
bds with Arthur O. I leveland. De-
pot
GRIGOR RICHARD R ,
wholesale
and retail dealer in flour, grain and
country produce, corner South and
Caroline, h do
Hair Winfield, cabinetmaker, bds Main
Hall Landon. oi-ganist Trinity church
Harbison Mrs. Mary A.nn, widow
Samuel B., >outh
Harris Samuel A., carpenter and
joiner, John
Hart M. O, notary public, agent
Missisquoi and Rouville Mutual Fire
Insurance Co.. ^lain, h do
HEMPHILL GEORGE,
manufac-
turer and dealer in all descriptions
of harness. Good work and low
prices guaranteed, Main, h do
HEMPHILL MRS. GEORGE,
mil-
liner, dealer in fashionable millinery
goods, mantles, mantle trimmings
and ladies' caps and furs of all kinds;
all goods of the very best quality
and sold at reasonable prices, Main,
hdo
Hodges Benjamin U., carriage and
house painter, Albert, h do
HoUaway William, gardener, Main
HULL
0-
N-,
wat( hmaker and jewel-
ler, dealer in watches, clocks, jewel-
ler}*, plated ware, fancy goods, &c.,
Hull's block. Main, h .Main, Sweets-
burg. See Adv page 49
Husband William, carpenter and
joiner. Fi-eeport
JACKSON JOHN.
]>hotographic
artist. Every variety- of picture,
from the smallest miniature to life
size, taken in the best stjMeofthe
art at reasonable prices ; copying and
enlarging in India ink or colors,
Mainstreetj Cowansville, and Lake
house, Knowlton, h Main
Jacques George E., Eiver Dale farm,
Freeport
Johnson George, blacksmith and horse
shoer, Albert, h do
Jones J., blacksmith and horse shoer.
South, h Main
Jones James, farm laboier, Church
Jovian Joseph, laborer, Willard
Jones Mrs. Joseph, milliner and dress-
maker. Main, h <^lo
Julien Charles, laborer, Freeport
Julien E., laborer, Freeport
Julien Thomas, laborer, Freeport
Jalien William, laborei-, Freeport
Kathan William, farmei*, William
Kemp George H., auctioneer and bailiff
Superior Court, district of Bedford
South
Kirkpatrick David, carpenter, Church
Kii'kp:itrick Joseph, tarmer. Church
LABONTE NOELV. D.,
saddle and
harness maker, also bout and shoe
maker; all work in the above guar-
anteed first-class in style, material,
and workmanship, and sold at prices
to suit the times. Eei>airs skilfully,
cheap!}' and promptly done, south
end of the Bridge, h William
L'Amour Felix, laborer. North
Lampman Al)ram. farmer, Freeport
LANDSBERG J.,
importer and
dealer in fancy and staple dry goods,
carpets, oil-cloths, ready-made cloth-
ing, fui"s, hats and caps, boots and
shoes, groceries, provisions, crock-
ery, glassware, paints, oils, &c., also
at Freliichsburcr, resides at Fre-
1 ighs burg. See A<lv outside front cover
LANGEVIN NORBSRT
CHARLES,
boot and shoe maker,
custom work done to order, and
guaranteed first-class in style,
material and workmanship; prices
ver}- low. Sign of the big boot,
south end of the Bridge, River cor-
ner South, h do
La Kochelle Geoige, laborer, South
La llochelle Mrs. J., widow T., South
Latour Charles, tailor, bds with Chas.
Millotte. Main
LAUDER J., L.D.S.. D.D.S..
(late
of the firm of Beers & Lauder. Mon-
real) oflSce, South, nearly ojiposite
Trinity church, resides with William
Kathan. >ee card opposite page
Laviolette Eudolph, earriagemaker
C0WAN8VILLE ADVERTISEMENTS. 49
DENTISTRY.
HFR I ft
^
n. n m
Surgeon
S^^^^
Dentisty
(Licentiate of Dental Surgery, Prov. of Quebec, Graduate of the Boston Dental College,)
Late of the firm of BEERS & LAUDER, Montreal.
Nearly opposite Trinity Church,
South Street,
-----
Cowansville.
{Successor to Dr. C. H. Wells. Cowansville^.,
Is prepared to attend to all requiring operative or mechanical
Dentistry.
In addition to the usual materials at low fees, he will keep a
very superior stock, and do a very superior class of work, at
much lower fees than can be had in Montreal.
By constant and exclusive attention to his profession
;
by
doing his best in every case, J. Lauder hopes to merit reason-
able support.
Montreal, May, 1871).
We have great pleasure in recommending Dr. John Lauder, Dentist, to the confi-
dence and patronage of the people of the Di.'^trict of Bedford, as a well qualified Operative
and Mechanical Dentist, anxious to do his very best, and able to give general satisfaction.
He has been at different periods, associated with each one of us, and we have practical
proof of his ability and integrity.
W. GEO. BEERS,
C. BRbWSTKR,
J. A. BAZIN,
Surgeon Dentists.
MAIN STREET,
- - - COWANSVILLE, P.Q.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER,
DEALEB lU
"Watcbes, Clocks, Jewrellery, Plated Ware, Fancy Goods, &c.
Watches^ Clocks., and Jewellery repaired at short ?iotice and warranted.
50 COTJNTT OP MISSISQUOr—COWANSVILLE.
Lavoie Narcisse, boot and shoe maker,
bds with N. V. D. Labonte
LAWRENCE EDWIN E.,
dealer
in staple and fancy dry goods, gents'
furnishings, read^'-mado clothing,
hats and caps, boots and shoes, gro-
ceries, provisions, hardware, paints,
oils, glass, wall paper, and general
merchandise, Main, h do
LEACH J.
Lt,nianufacturer ofcabinet
furniture of all descriptions
;
special
attention given to inlaid marble in
bedroom sets, centre tables, side
boards, &c.
;
picture framing a
specialty ; a large stock of picture
frame and door mouldings constant-
1}' on hand, Eiver, h do
Leavens Linus, clerk at H. E. Glea-
son's, bds River
Mair David, Mayor of Cowansville,
William
MACFARLANE WILLIAM H.,
agent for the Stanstead and Sher-
brooke Mutual Fire Insurance Co.,
The Eoj-al Insui-ance Co. of Liver-
pool (fire branch), Canada Fire
and Marine Insurance Co. of Hamil-
ton, and the Sun Mutual Life and
Accident Insurance Co. of Montreal,
also professor of vocal and instru-
mental music, office and residence
Main
Mackay Mrs. Mary, widow Charles,
Main
MACKINNON J.,
manager Eastern
Townships Bank, Cowansville
Branch,
I'esides Bank building,
Main.
See Adv page 4 5
Macpherson John A., Main
MANSFIELD N. A.,
dealer in dry
goods,
groceries, provisions, crock-
ery and glassware, boots and shoes,
• hats and caps, hardware, and the
assortment usuallj' found in a first-
class general store, South near the
Bridge, h do
Mariot Joseph, laborer, Freeport
Martin Jesse S., South
Martindale Mrs. E. M., proprietress
American House, Main
Martindale
O. A,, manager American
House
MASSIE JOHN,
jun., editor and
proprietor
"
The Cowansville Ob-
server," book and job printer, and
agent Montreal Telegraph Co.,Main,
h South. See Adv opposite Observer,
llie Coicansville, page 53
MASSIE JOHN,
sen.,deuler in school
books, fancy goods and agent for
Lazarus & Morris' celebrated per-
fected spectacles and eye glasses.
Main, h iliver
Mayo Frank, farmer, Freeport
McLean James, barkeeper Exchange
Hotel
McQuillen John, clerk at J. Lands-
berg's, bds Victoria square
Mercier Frangois, Laborer, Welland
METHODIST CHURCH OF CAN-
ADA,
Main, rev. S. G. Philips,
M.A., pastor
MILOTTE CHARLES,
(late of
Montreal) custom tailor. A long
. experience in the business enables
me to guarantee satisfaction. Custo-
mers can depend upon getting the
latest stj'les, best workmanship
and lowest prices, Hull's Block,
Main, h Main
Milotte Joseph, tailor, bds with Chs.
Milotte, Main
MINCKLER B.,
proprieter Ex-
change Hotel. First-class house.
Meals at all hours. Terms $1 per
da}'. Also livery equal to any in
the county. Depot square, opposite
Bailroad station
Missisquoi and Rouville Mutual Fire
Insurance Co., M. O. Hart, agent.
Main
Mojeau Louis^ laborer, John
MONTREAL CHEAP CASH
STORE,
i*. Vineberg, dealer in
bankrupt stocks, keeps always on
hand boots, shoes, groceries and
ready-made clothing, and sells the
same cheap foi- cash, opposite G. K.
Nesbitl's flouring mills
MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO.,
Arthur (J. Cleveland, agent, office
South Eastern Railway Depot
MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO
,
JohnMassie, jun., agent, Main
MONTREAL ADVERTISEMENT. 51
GODFROI CHAPLEAU
-MUjiiOD
Jif
i?!3^l':',J^
Burglar-Proof and Fire and Burglar-Proof Safes.
SILVER MED/\L
AT THE
iiiiiia
EXHIBITION,
PHILADELPHIA,
1876.
FIRST PRIZE AT THE
Provincial Exhibition
OF iev3,
MONXKEA L.
FIRST PRIZE AT TUE
Provincial Exhibition
Of 1875, Ottawa.
FirHt Prize, Bronze Medal and Diploma, Provincial Exlilbitlon, Quebec, 1877.
The Safes I manufacture, justly considered at present as the best ever offered to the public,
combine all the qualities required as to strength and safety. In order to avoid moisture in the
interior of the Safe, and offer the greatest possible resistance in case of fire, an air space has been
secured between the iron sheets which form the envelope or frame of the Safe.
The hinges are not of Cast, but Wrought Iron, resting on a solid base of Steel with aperture,
in order to remove the doors in case they should in time require any repairs. This improvement
gi/es an undoubted superiority over all other Safes.
These Safes are all they are represented to be, and a visit to my Factory will convince every
thinking man of the truth of what I affirm.
I ALSO MANUFACTURE TO ORDER,
Iron Vault Linings, Burglar-Proof Vault Doors, Fire-Proof Doors.
Iron Shutters, Iron Doors for Public Buildings, Messengers' Chests and Deed Boxes,
Cell Doors and Gratings, Jail, Safe, Bank and Store-Door Locks, Iron Girders and Iron
Bridges, tfec.
A large number of Second-hand Safes of different makes always on hand, which will
be sold cheap.
JIISO J\d.CLTUZfCLCtlLT'er
of
STOm'ECUTTSaS'
TOCLS^
ALSO AGENT FOR
SARGINT & GRSENLEAF'S COMBINATION LOCES.
OFFICE, 320 ST. .LAWRENCE STREET,
WORKS : Corner of Ontario and St. Charles Borromee Streets,
52 COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI—COWANSVILLE.
Morison Archibald (W. & A. Morison),
South
Morison James S., finisher, South
Morison John, spinner, South
Morison John S., finisher, South
MORISON W. & A.
(William and
Archibald Morison), woollen manu-
facturers. Blankets, flannels, fulled
cloth, tweeds and stocking yarn
made to order. All work warrant-
ed. Prices low, Eiver
Morison William (W. & A. Morison),
Caroline
Mullin John (Smyth & Mullin), resides
at Granby
Mullin John J., clerk at Smyth &
Mullin's, bds at Cowansville House
MUNICIPALITY OF THE VIL-
LAGE OF COWANSVILLE,
William Stevenson, secretary-treas-
urer, ofiice William
NESBITT G. K.,
flouring mills,
manufacturer, wholesale and retail
dealer in flour, feed and grain of
all kinds, South, h River. Also
custom grist mill at Frelighsburg
Nichols George A., fuller, South
OBSERVER, THE COWANS-
VILLE.
John Massie, jun., editor
and proprietor. See Adv opposite
page
O'Halloran James, Q.C., advocate,
oflice and residence Main
Oldall Sidney, butter buj-er, Main
OLIVER A-,
wholesale and retail
dealer in flour, salt, grain of all
kinds, groceries, dry goods, boots
and shoes and a complete assort-
ment of general merchandise, Main,
hdo
Oliver William, clerk. Main
Ouellet Joseph, printer, bds South
Parsonage John D., clerk. Church
Parsonage Mrs. John, teacher school
district No.
1, village of Cowans-
ville, Church
Parsons L. C, bread, cake and cracker
baker, South, bds at Cowansville
house
Pharaoh Charles, Main
Pharaoh John, butcher and farmer,
Main
Pharaoh John A., cattle and sheep
dealer, Main
PHILLIPS REV. S. G, MA-,
pastor Methodist Church of Canada,
Main
Potvin B., laborer, Church
Potvin Michel, laborer, Freeport
POST OFFICE,
H. E. Gleason, post-
master, Main corner South
Prevey Alexander A., miller, bds
River
QUACKENBOSS WILLIAM,
gen-
eral grocer, dealer in flour, salt, coal,
iron, hardware, crockery, glassware,
&c. ; farmers' produce taken in
exchange at the highest market
value. South, h do
Rennie Charles, clerk, bds with Wra.
Quackenboss. South
Reynolds Willard, farm laborer,Albert
Ringland Joseph, principal Cowans-
ville Academy, Church
Robinson E. N., teller Eastern Town-
ships bank, bds at Cowansville
House, Main
ROONEY JONAS,
proprietor Cow-
ansville House. Travellers will find
this a first-class house. Excellent
sample rooms. A superior livery in
connection with the hotel, Main
Ross J. Albert, carpenter and joiner,
Freeport
Ross Robert, farmer. North
ROYAL INSURANCE CO. OF
LIVERPOOL
(The), William H.
Macfarlane, agent fire branch, Main
Ruiter Jacob James, farmer, Freeport
RUITER JAMES,
farmer, bailiff
Superior Court, District of Bedford,
oflice and residence Main
Ruiter Miss Louisa, teacher School
> district No.
2, village of Cowans-
ville, ^lain
Ruiter Nelson, farmer. River
Ruiter Phillip, farmer, Freeport
Russell Francis, mill hand. Freo|)ort
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS,
village of Cowansville, William
Stevenson, secretary-treasurer, olfice
William
School District No. 1, village of
Cowansville, Mi's. John Parsonage,
teacher, South
School District No. 2, village of
Cowansville, Miss Louisa Ruiter,
teacher, Main
COWANSVILLE ADVERTISEMENT. 53
ESTABLISHED 1870.
THE.
mmm^mlU mhMtmt
IS PUBLISHED
Every THURSDAY, at Cowansville P.Q.,
AT $1 PER ANNUil, IN ArVANrE.
Editor and Proprietor.
Being located at the centre of the District of Bedford, where all the
District Courts are held ,we are enabled to give better Court reports than
any other paper published.
We have local correspondents in every village throughout the District
of Bedford, and pay special attention to local matters.
The
"
Obsekver
"
gives more local news each week than any other
Paper in the Eastern Townships.
The
"
Observer
"
has a large circulation, and is the only influential
Advertising Medium in the Counties of Missisquoi and Brome.
j^P'We
invite enquiry into the truth of this Statement.
JFOB PEINTINa of every DESCEIPTION
DO.N'E AT
THE OBSERVER PRINTING HOUSE,
IN THE
Best STYLE, at Moderate PEICES and on the SHORTEST POSSIBL'^ NOTICE.
^^"Special attention paid to Fine Printing.
54 COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—COWANSVILLE.
Scott Albert P., drug clerk, Main
Shufelt David A., Main
SILVAINT AUGUSTUS,
hairdress-
er. Everything appertaining to
the business done in good style,
between the Cowansville House and
the American Hotel, Main
Sloggett Charles B., cabinetmaker,
Main
SLOGGETT THOMAS,
manufac-
tnrer and dealer in all kinds of par-
lor, dining room, library, and bed-
room furniture, of which he has.
always in stock one of the largest
and best assortments in this section
of country, while the prices are
reduced to the lowest figure to suit
the times
;
also undertaking in all
its branches. Main, h do
Smith Clark M., section foreman S. E.
R., bds at Exchange Hotel, Depot
SMYTH & MULLIN
(Joseph
Smyth and John Mullin), bankrupt
stock traders, general dry goods
merchants, also dealers in read}'
made clothing, boots and shoes, teas
and tobaccos, Main and Main,
Granby
Smyth Joseph (Smyth & Mullin), bds
at Cowansville House, Main
SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY,
Arthur 0. Cleveland, station agent
STANSTEAD AND S H E R-
BROOKE MUTUAL FIRE IN-
SURANCE CO.,
William H, Mac-
farlane, agent, Main
Steel Charles, section man S. E. R.,
8outh
Steel Mrs. Mary Ann, widow John Wil-
liam, South
Stevens William, carpenter and
joiner, Jlain, h do
Stevenson the Misses (Miss Eliza and
Miss Mary Ann), dressmakers, Main
STEVENSON WILLIAM,
score-
tary-trcasurer municij)ality of
Cowansville village and of school
commissioners, also bailitf Superior
Court district of Bedford, office and
residence William
Stevenson W. A., carriage maker,
William
Stinehour John P., produce dealer,
Main
Stinehour Mrs. Charlotte A. M., widow
John P., Main
St Pierre J., hostler, Cowansville
house
SUN MUTUAL LIFE AND AC-
CIDENT INSURANCE CO. OF
MONTREAL,
William H. Mac-
farlane, agent. Main
Taylor Job W., clerk at J. Lands-
berg's, h Victoria square
Taylor Kobert, printer, bds South
THE COWANSVILLE B-
SERVER-
J<ihn Massie, jun., editor
and proprietor. Main. See Ado
oj^poHte Observer, The Cowans-
ville page 53
Thomson Mrs. Christina, widow Wil-
liam. Caroline
TRINITY CHURCH,
South, rev. T.
-t
W. Fyles, rector
Turner Edward H., baker. South
Turner Hamilton, sexton Trinity
church
Turner James T., carpenter and
joiner, South
Turner Miss Jane A., . dressmaker,
South
UNITED STATES AND CAN-
ADA EXPRESS CO.,
\rthurO.
Cleveland, agent, office South Eas-
tern Kailwa}' Depot
Viens Damase, saddle and harness
maker, bds with N. V". D. Labont^
VINEBERGL.,
Montreal cheap cash
store, dealer in bankrupt stocks
;
keeps constantly on hand boots,
shoes, groceries, and ready made
clothing, and sells the same cheap
for cash, opposite G. K. Nesbitt's
flouring mills, h do
Wallace Mrs., widow, Depot
Watson James, i-etired, Caroline
Webb Calvin, plasterer, Fr>-^ep rt
Whitne}^ George, printer, Kiver
Whitney .Mrs. Sarah, widow William,
River
Woods John, stonecutter, South
MONTREAL ADVERTISEMENT.
55
S.
R.
PARSONS
FURNITURE
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES FOE
AND
El E3 ID I=t O C5 IU[,
OF THE MOST MODEHN
Stviles and Best Material,
437
&
439
Notre Dame Street
Opposite St Helen Street,
MONTREAL.
66
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—DUNHAM.
DUNHAM.
In 1796 the township of Dunham was granted to Thomas Dann and thirty-
three associates, whose names may be found by any one who has a curi-
osity to know who the}' were in Mrs. C. M. Day's
"
History of the Eastern
Townships," where it is further state i that this is said to be the first
township erected in Lower Canada. The vilhige of Dunham is situated
in the parish of Ste. Croix in this township, and for a new country is quite
ancient. It dates back as fjxr as 1795, and, as the surrounding rural dis-
trict became settled and its resources developed, it gradually assumed
considerable importance as a business centre. Seventj-two years from
the date of its foundation, or, in other words and to be very exact, on the
1st of January, 1867, it was incorporated. Andrew Ten Eyck was one of
those to whom the grant was made, and we find him mentioned as one of
the earliest inhabitants, if not the very first, coming as he did from New
Jersey in 1793. Joseph Baker and family arrived in 1799 from Peter-
sham, Mass., after a wearisome and hazai'dous journey in primitive style.
The same year, or about the same time, George Shufelt, Henry Church,
Jacob Euiter, John Chui-ch, and Isaac Gleason, are added to the list of
'
settlers. Many of these names are yet familiar among the present popu-
lation. Failing, for reasons which it is not necessary to specify here, to
secure close railway connections, its business has not increased of late
years at the rate that it might have done had the opposite been the case.
Nevertheless, nothing can deprive the village of its beautiful situation and
romantic scenery. As a delightful summer retreat, Dunham can scarcely
be surpassed, having in almost every direction delightful drives on excel-
lent roads. From several points there are views of the fine mountain
ranges, and from others a large portion of the valley of the St. Lawrence
including, on clear days, the Montreal Mountain. A shert drive takes the
visitor to a delightful sheet of water, once called Selby Lake, now known
as the Dunham pond, which covers about 600 acres, always smooth for
boating and well supplied with fish.
The Dunham Ladies' College, for the higher education of young ladies, adds to
the interest of the village. The site has been well chosen, being clevated,sur-
rounded b}^ beautiful and well-w^ooded hills with mountains in the distance.
The College buildings were specially designed for the purposes for which
they are used. The rooms are large, loftj^, and wcll-ventilated, and the build-
ing is heated throughout by hot-air. The public rooms consist of a large,
with several smaller class rooms, reception-room and drawing-room, which
are devoted to the uses of students and their friends and visitors, of course
under projjer supervision. The building is surrounded on three sides by
a broad and sj^acious verandah. Its length is 81 feet; breadth 52 feet,
and consists of a basement and three stories. The two uppermost stories,
are divided ott" into sleeping apartments, and are sutficient to accommo-
date 80 boarders.
The necessity for an institution devoted to the higher education of women hav-
ing long been felt by churchmen throughout the diocese, some six j-eara
ago, at a meeting of the Deanery of Bedford, a committee of four clergy-
men, with Archdeacon Lindsay as chairman, was appointed to enquire
into the possibilitj' of realizing the wishes of the public. After much dis-
cussion, Dunham was chosen as the site of a Ladies' College, the people
of Dunham and its vicinity giving the necessary land, and some $3,000 or
$4,000 towards the institution. An Act of Incorporation was obtained,
COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI—DUNHAM. 57
and one clergyman and one layman from each parish of the Deanery, with
the Lord Bishop of Montreal as President, and Archdeacon Liiid^a}- as
Vice-President, were to compose the Corporation of the Dunham Ladies'
College. A building committee was formed, which decided to wait until
85,0UU could be raised to build the College, and at least the same sum as
an endowment fund Kev. Canon Henderson, of Montreal, then Koctorof
Dunham, upon whom fell the greater part of the W(^i-k, never lost courage,
though encountering many obstacles, and working under great difficulties.
Finally sufficient money was collected to commence the College, and when
he left Duidiam, in 1877, to take his present position as Principal of the
Theological College, Montreal, Canon Henderson had the satisfaction of
leaving Dunham College almost completed.
In September, 1875, the corpoiation handed over the building to Mrs. Oakdey,
then Miss Brandford Griffith, who, with an able staff of teachers, imme-
diately set to work to place the Dunham Ladies' College in the first rank
of such institutions.
From the beginning the success of the undertaking was secured. Nearly
sixty pupils have attended during the pa^st year.
At the meeting of the Corporation at Duidiam, February 25lh, 1879, the Cor-
poration vested their ])()wers in the Bishop, who leased the College to
Mrs. Oakley, then Miss Brandford Griffith, for a term of five years.
The Dunham Graded School is another of the institutions of the place which
should not be passed over in silence. It is of three grades, having a head
master and two assistant teachers. It is affiliated to M(-Gill College Uni-
versity, and its course of study covers the second year of a University
course. There are four terms of ten weeks each, and the tuition of the
intermediate and senior grades respective!}' is 30 and 45 cents a week.
Board can be had in the village for §2.50 a week. The present head
master has taught twenty-three \'ears in different schools in England and
Cahada.
From a manufiicturing point of view Dunham is not of as much importance as
some other localities in the country. It, howevei', contains one (perhaps
morej concern of very long standing—Dunning's tannery being one of
the oldest establishments in this section of the country. It was estab-
jff^
lished about fitly years ago bj' Mr. Orrin Dunning, by whom it was very
successfully carried on till the period of his decease, in ISUl. His son
Edward then conducted the business for a few years, and in 1871 the pre-
sent owner, Mr. Orrin S. Dunning, assumed the proprietorship. Since
then very extensive alterations have been made. In fact, the tannery
has been entirely refitted with new pits and all the most modern and im-
proved appliances. The manufacture includes, sole, upper, harness and
calf-skin leather. A twelve horse power engine furnishes the motive
power, and when run at its full capacity over 2,000 hides can be tanned
annually, to do which would require the labor of about seven men. Spe-
cial attention is given to farmers' custom work at this establishment.
About
half a mile from the village is a settlement called Chapel Corner, where
K. L. Wliiicomb has a sash, door and blind factory and planing mill run
by water power, supplied by a stream running through this place from
Stevens' pond, about three miles east. In addition to the above, Mr.
Whitcomb also manufactures furniture of all descriptions, using none
but kiln-dried, thoroughly seasoned, lumber for that purpose.
In the matter of hotels Dunham holds its own with any village in the county.
The Phoenix House, of which Mr. Hiram Seeley is the pi'oprietor, cannot
£
58
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—DUNHAM.
be too highly
commended.
Amongst the travelling public it is always
mentioned in terms of the strongest commendation.
Dunham is distant from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 9 miles ; from
Cowansville and Frelighsburg, 6 miles; from Stanbridge East, a station
on the Montreal, Portland and Boston Eailway, 6 miles, and from Stan-
bridge Station, on the Central Vermont Euilway, 11 miles. Mails twice a
day.
Population about 500.
The names in ca])ital letters are those of advertisers and subscribers.
Abreviations used, Adv ; —advertisement; bds, boards, do, same place or same
street, h house.
jVofe
;
—Street is understood ;
example post office, Main, means Main street.
All Saints Church (Church of Eng-
land), Main
AMERICAN
HOUSE,
J.
H Park,
proprietor. First class house in every
department. The new stables and
sheds are equal to any in the county,
Main
Baker Charles E., former, Main
Baker Charles S.,
former
BAKER GEORGE D ,
postmaster,
secretary -treasurer municipal coun-
cil village of Dunham, also of school
commissioners township of Dunham,
clerk Commissioners Court township
of Dunham and agent Missisquoi and
Eouville Mutual Fire Insurance Co.,
office and residence Main. See Adv
opposite page
Baker Joseph, sen., farmer
Baker Joseph S., insurance agent,
Main, h do
Baker Mrs. Eliza, widow Edward, Main
BAKER STEVENS,
former, Main
Baker William C, farmer
Baker William S., farmer
Beattie Andrew W., Main
Beattie William, dealer in butter and
cheese. Main
1-eaudry rev. Joseph, parish priest
Beauvais Charles, laborer, Main
Beauvais Francois, farmer, Riceburg
road
Beuoit Jean Baptiste, farmer
Benoit John, tarmer, Main
Benoit Treffle, carpenter. Main
Bernard FrauQois, harnessmaker and
tanner, Main, h do
Brock Mrs. H. W., grocer, Main
Brooks Mrs. G. W., Main
Brown David, Main
Brown Eugene, farmer
BROWNE CHARLES L-,
manager
for H. C. Southwell, manufacturer
of all kinds of tin, copper and gal-
vanized iron ware, dealer in stoves,
tin and granite ware. Main, h do.
See Adv opposite page
Browne C S
,
retired. Main
Brj-an David, laborer, Chapel Corner
CABANA J- B-,
saddle and harness
maker. Heavy and tight harness
with all description of trimmings,
at lowest prices
;
repairs of all kinds
done on the shortest notice, prompt-
ly, in the best manner. Collars ofall
sorts, a specialty. Main, resides
Chapel Corner
Church H. A., general merchant, Main,
hdo
Church H. H., clerk, Main
Church of the Holy Cross, rev. Joseph
Beaudrj', parish priest
Clement Alvin H., farmer
Clement Art, farmer, Main
Clement Nelson C, agent Montreal
Telegraph Co., Main
Coatsworth Charles, farmer
COMMISSIONERS COURT,
Township of Dunham, George D.
Baker, clerk, office Main
Cook Miss Amy F., milliner, 3Iain
Crofts Edward, sexton All Saints
Church
Culleu James B., painter, Chapel Cor-
ner
Cummings David, mill owner and
farmer
Dean James, hostler. Phoenix House
Dean Mrs Elizabeth, widow James,
near Dunham Ladies' College
Desforges Joseph, laborer, Chapel
. Corner
DUNHAM ADVERTISEMENTS.
59
(CHARLES L. BROWNE, Marxager,
MAIN STREET,
DUNHMi/l.
MAyUFACTCRER OF ALL KINDS OF
TxE, Copper ajttS;
CalTanu^G^ Iron Wara
DEALER IX
Pumps,
^^^^^^^^
WARE.
TIN ADiD GRANITE
WARE,
&C.
S@°-
Roofing and Eave-Troughing done in all parts of the country in first-
class style at lowest rates.
REPAIRING PRO.TIPTLY ATTENDED TO.
FOSTMASTER,
SECRETARY-TRKASFRER ITirNICIPJ L COT NCIIi, TOTTNSHIP ofDUNHAM
aud of SCHOOL, CO.TI.1IISSIONERS for e>aiue,
CLERK CO.tllttlSSIONEKS COURT, TOWNSHIP OF DUNHAM,
ALSO AGENT FOR THE
Missisquoi and Rouville Mutual Fire Insurance Company.
Strict economy in the management and the exercise of great care in the taking of risks
enables this ComiJanj to otfer the lowest rates to insurers.
Office: MAIN STREET, DUNHAM.
DUNNING'S TANNERY,
31[aiii Street, - - - - I>iiiiliain.,
ORRIN S. DUNNLNG, Proprietor,
MANUFACTURER OF
SOLE,. UPPER, HARNESS and CALF SKIN LEATHER.
Special attention given to Farmers' Custom work. Hides tanned on shares, and
satisfaction guaranteed.
60
COUNTY OF MI8SISQU0I—DUNHA3I.
Domingue Anson, laborer, Chapel
Corner
DOMiNGUE
HENRY M-,
custom
boot and shoe maker. Good work,
low prices and prompt execution of
all orders guaranteed; repairs done
at the lowest prices in the best
manner; your custom solicited
Domingue Joseph, boot and shoe
maker
Domingue Joseph, carpenter
Dunham
Graded ;^cbool, Main, John J.
Procter,
prujcipal
DUNHAM
LADIES COLLEGE
(Tiie;, iMrs. W. D. Uakley, lady prin-
'^
cipal. See Adv inside front cover
DUNNING ORHIN S-,
manufac-
turer of sole, upper, harness and calf
skin leather, 31ain, h do. See Adv
page 59
EAaTEEN
TOWNSHIPS MU-
TUAL ijlRE iNoU RANGE CO.,
JS. (J.
Lewis, agent, Minn
ENGLAND JOHN T-,
dealer in
fancy and staple dry goods, grocer-
ies, provisions, crockery, glassware,
boots and shoes, hats and caps, &c.,in
•which a fully assorted stock is kept
and sold at lowest prices. Also deal-
er in lumber and shingles, Main, h
do
Finiey Miss Sarah J., Main
Galer Jacob N.
Galer Mrs. Parmelia, widow E.. L.
Garrick Joseph, farmer
GEAR
REV. JOSHUA,
colporteur
Montreal Auxiliary litble bociety,
depository lor bibles, hymn books,
book of common prayer, reward
cards, stationery, (fcc, dealer' in
choice family groceries, provisions,
fruits, hardware, paieut medicines,
hats, caps, boots, shoes, rubbers, lic.
. Ashton's lactory tilled salt, xMaiu, h
do
GIBSON J. B., MD., JP.,
mayor of
l»unharn village, and warden of the
County of Missisquoi, office and resi-
dence Main
GIBSON W. B., M.D.,
office and resi-
Uence Main
Gilbert John, farmer
Goliand Mrs. Levina, widow Joseph,
Main
Godin Leandre, custom tailor, Main
-Graham Miss Beatrice D., governess
The Dunham Ladies College
GRENIER SAMUEL,
carriage-
maker, cabinet maker, coffin maker,
carpenter, &c. Carriage work of all
kinds done to order, also cabinet
makers' and carpenters' work. Cof-
fins and caskets, all sizes and prices,,
in walnut, mahogany, butternut,
brown ash, pine, &c., a sj^ecialty.
Coffins oi'all kinds kept in slock. A
tirst class hearse (just built) for hire
at lowest charges. Main, h do
Griffith Miss Dora Brantford, govern-
~
ess The Dunham Ladies College
GUILLEPDAMASE,
dealer iV. .sta-
ple and fancy dry goods o! all kinds,
groceries, provisions, crockery,
glass vvare, boots and shoes, hats and
caps, &c. Jiarge assortment and
lowest prices for cash
Hall i- dwin, farmer
Hebert Charles, tinsmith, Main
Hebert Jo>eph, laborer. Main
Hill Arthui- D., farmer and miller
HOCHELAGA MUTUAL FIRE
INSURANCE CO. OF MONT-
REAL,
N. (J. Lewis, agent, Main
Hope Mrs. Abigail, widow James, Main
Hope William, painter. Chapel Corner
Jassmain Toui>sant, laborer, Chapel
Coi'iier
Johnston Thomas A., blacksmith,
Chapel Corner
Jones Miss L. G., governess The
'
Dunham Ladies' College
Jones VV^illiam, blacksmith and horse
shoer, Main, h do
Kemp -Mrs. Sarah, widow Galloway L.-
King Basile, hirmer
Labobard Frank, blacksmith and horse
]
shoer, 3Liin, h do
Lainothe Joseph, boot and shoe maker,
,
Main, h do
Laraway Jonas, farmer and mill owner
j^arreau Miss Mary, teacher li.C.
School, section No.
3,
parish of Ste.
Croix
Laundry Charles, laborer, Main
Laval lee Fraugois (Frank Quebec),
farm laborer
Lee Harvey S., Main
Lee Mrs. E., widow John, Main
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—DUNHAM. 61
Lefebvre Antoine, sexton R.C. church
LEWIS HERBERTH-
l.ailiff Supe-
rior ('om-l District of Bedford. Notes
and accounts collected, and returns
prompt!}' made,office Main,at Town-
ship Secretary-treasui-er's office, re-
sides at Chapel Corner
Lewis Miss, second assistant teacher
Dunham Graded School
Lewis Mrs. E. A., widow H. T., Chapel
Corner
LEWIS N. 0-,
secret arv-treasurer
Municipality
township of J)unham,
also aii;ent for Hochelaoa Mutual
Fire Insurance Co. of .Montreal.
Eastern Townships Mutual Fire In-
surance Co., and Travellers Lite and
Accident Insurance Co. of Hartford,
office Main, resides at Chapel Corner
Lon^eway Brij^gs A., f:armer
Longeway George R., farmer
Mann G. F., cabinetmaker, Chapel
Corner
Martin Benjamin, cheese manufac-
turer
McElroy John, stonemason and farmer
McRae John, farmer, Main
Messier Francois X., shoemaker, bds
with Jose])h Lamotlie, Main
METHODIST CHURCH OF CAN-
ADAi
Main, rev. William Scott,
pastor
Millotte Frank, Main
Millotte Louis (L. & K Millotte), Main
Millotte L. & R. (Louis and Remi .Mil-
lotte), general dealers. Main
Millotte Remi (L. & R. Millotte),
Main
Miner George, farmer
MISSISQUOI AND ROUVILLE
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE
CO-
In economy of management and
low rates of insurance this companj-
takes the lead. George D. Baker,
vice president, agent for Dunham,
office Main. See Adv page 59
Montreal Telegraph Co., Nelson C.
Clement, agent, Main
MUNICIPALITY DUNHAM VIL-
LAG-E,
George D. Baker, secretary-
treasurer, office Main
MUNICIPALITY TOWNSHIP
OF DUNHAM,
N. 0. Lewis, secre-
tary-treasurer, office Main
OAKLEY MRS. W- D-
lady prin-
,
cipal The Dunham Ladies' College.
See Aflo ijw'fle front cover
OAKLEY W. "D.. MD-
teacher of
science and literature The Dunham
Ladies' Colleije
PAGNELLO H..
manuf-icturer of the
"
Cooley Creamer," also of tin, iron
and copper ware, and dealer in
stoves, hot air furnaces, &c.
;
roofing
and plumbinij done to order. Main
opposite Seele3-'s Hotel, h do
PARK J- H-
proprietor American
House. First-class in every depart-
ment. The new stables and sheds are
equal to any in the county. Main
PhcBnix House, Hiram Seeley, pro-
prietor, livery attached, Main
Pigeon Joseph, butclier
POST OFFICE,
Main, George D.
Balcer. postmaster
Premeau Thomas, harnessmaker, Main
Procter John J., principal Dunham +
Graded School
Rice Miss M. L., music teacher The
Dunham Ladies' College, resides at
-^
Collecre
ROBERTSON D- D,
manufacturer of
furniture
;
orders for all descriptions
offurniture executed on short notice,
in the best and most workmanlike
manner, and at prices to suit the
times. Repairing promptly, cheaply
and thoroughly done
Robinson John, tinsmith
Robinson Joseph
Roystan .MissE. A., milliner and di-ess-
maker, Main
Savage Fred. E., bds at American
House, Main
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS,
Township of Dunham, George D.
Baker,
secretary-treasurer, office.
Main
School Section No.
3,
(R. C), parish
of Ste Croix, Miss Mary Larreau,
teacher
Scott R. M., farmer. Main
SCOTT REV. WILLIAM,
pastor
Methodist Church of Canada, Main
Seeley Hiram, proprietor PhoeuLx
House, livery attached, Main
Selby Jonathan, farmer
Selby Joseph, farmer
62 COTJNTT OF MISSISQirOI—DUNHAM—EAST DUNHAM.
Small James, farmer
SMITH A.,
custom tailor; gentle-
men.s', youths' and boys' clothing
made to order in first-class stjie,
promptly, and at lowest prices ; cut-
ting done on the shortest notice, at
moderate rates ; satisfaction guar-
anteed, Main, h do
Soule Chas. E., farmer. Chapel Corner
Soule Silas, farmer. Chapel Corner
SOUTHWELL H. C,
Charles L.
Browne, manager, manufacturer of
all kinds of tin, copper, and gal-
vanized iron ware, dealer in stoves,
tin and granite »vare, &c., Main, h do.
See Adv page 59
Staniland Miss Luc3', Main
STEPHEN CHARLES A-,
builder,
contractor, carpenter and joiner.
Orders solicited
;
contracts taken on
the closest estimates, Scotch Hill
Stephen Mrs. Margaret, widow Wil-
liam, Main
Stevens A. D., M.D., ofl&ce and resi-
dence. Main
Stevens Levi, farmer
Stevens Mrs. Mary, widow Levi, Main
Sj'kes Samuel, farmer
Tessier Napoleon, blacksmith, bds
Main
Townsend J. Norton, carpenter
TRAVELLERS LIFE AND ACCI-
DENT INSURANCE CO. OF
HARTFORD,
N. O. Lewis, agent,
Main
Tyler Miss C, first assistant teacher
r>unham Graded school
Van Antwerp Georije H., farmer
Watson rev. T. H G., M.A.. teacher of
cla^sics The Dunham Ladies college
W^hitcomb
C. E., wheelwright, Chapel
Corner
WHITCOIHB L. S.,
carriage and
sleigh maker. Carriages, waggons,
sleighs, &c., on hand or made to order
in the latest and most improved
styles at the smallest advance on
cost consistent with a living profit.
Repairs in the above done on short
time. Also furniture repaired and
pictures framed to order. Chapel
Corner, i mile from Dunham
WHITCOMB N. L.,
sash, door and
blind factory and planing mill, manu-
facturer of sash, doors, blinds, mould-
ings, and all kinds of builders' ma-
terial. Furniture of all descriptions
made to order. All work done at
the lowest prices and satisfaction
guaranteed, Stephen's Mills, Chapel
Corner
Wilkinson Simon, farmer
Wood hon. Thomas, M.L.C., Main
EAST DUNHAM.
Situated in the township of Dunham is a village containing about one hundred
inhabitants. Its location is somewhat picturesque, the country around it
being a succession of hills and dales, producing a pleasing effect. Many
substantial farmers live in its immediate vicinity. The land being well
tilled and productive this section is noted for its large grain and hay crops.
It is within a few years of a century since the first settlement was made
here by Solomon Squire. Other early settlers were Ebenezer March,
AraosWoodard, Silas Woodard, and James Ingalls. Dunham East is dis-
tant from Bedford, the
chef-lieu, 13 miles ; Abbott's Corner, 6 miles
;
Cowans-
ville, 9 miles
;
Dunham, 3 miles; Frelighsburg, G miles
;
North Pinnacle, 5
miles ; Philipsburg, 18 miles; Pigeon Hill, 12 miles; Stanbridge East, 9
miles
;
Stanbridge Station, 15 miles
;
St. Armand Station, 16 miles
;
Sweets-
burg, 7 miles; and Farnham, 20 miles. Mails, tri-weekly.
The following names include the mechanics and some of the farmers within a
limit of about two miles of the post office. AVith respect to the farmers
living in or in the vicinity of the village, who do not appear in the list
below, they will be found in the Farmers' Directory of the township of
Dunham.
COUNTY OP MI8SISQU0I—EAST DUNHAM—EAST FARNHA3I, 63
Barber Eolland L., blacksmith and
horseshoer
Bates Allen, laborer
Beardhley Albert G., carriagemaker
Blake John, farmer
Branch H. N., retired
Call Kdoai-, laborer
CANADA METHODIST CHUECH,
rev. A. 31. Delong (West Brome),
pastor
Clark Peter, laborer
Clark Prescutt, laborer
Cunningham Charles, saw mill owner
District School No. 21, Township of
Dunham, Miss C. C. Parsons, teacher
Frechette Joseph, laborer
Gleason Aylmer, farmer
Gleason Ebenezer Valentine, M.D.,
insurance agent, school commis-
sioner and farmer
Gleason Horace, farmer
Gleason James Orrin, former
Gleason Mrs. James Orrin, dressmaker
Gleason Willard, farmer
Harvey Charles, farmer
Harvey Jonathan, farmer
Harvey Kussel, shoemaker
Hazard Thomas, laborer
Ingalls Charles (D. & C. Ingalls),
farmer
Ingalls David
(1). &C. Ingalls), farmer
Ingalls D. & C. (David & Charles,
Ingalls), tinsmiths, &c.
Ingalls Milo, farmer and organ agent
Kimball Hiram T., farmer
Kimball James B., general store
Kimball James I., farmer
Kerley William, J.P., farmer
Mandigo William, laborer
MARTEL FERDINAND,
carriage-
maker. All descriptions of carriages,
waggons and sleighs made to ofder
in tirst-class stj'le. Repairs, carriage
painting, carriage trimming, and
carriage ironing, done on the short-
est notice, well and cheaply
Martcl Hector, musician
MISSISQUOI AND ROUVILLE
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE
CO-,
Oi-lin Wales, agent
Parent Henri, shoemaker
Parsons Miss C. C, teacher district
school Xo. 21
Perkins Alloway W. (Wales & Per-
kins)
Perkins William, carpenter and joiner
POST OFFICE,
Orlin Wales, post-
master
Eeed Sidney M., carpenter and joiner
Selby & Wales (Thomas Selby and
Charles Hannibal Wales), steam
saw mill
Selby Joseph, farmer, mayor township
of Dunham
Selby Thomas (Selby & Wales)
Townsend M., carpenter and farmer
Vance William B., blacksmith
Wales & Perkins (Charles Nelson
Wales & Alloway W. Perkins), nur-
serymen and graftsmen
Wales Charles Hannibal (Selby &
Wales)
Wales Charles Nelson (Wales & Per-
kins)
WALES ORLIN,
postmaster, agent
Missisquoi and Kouville Mutual
Fire Insurance Co., and farmer
Worden Charles E., farmer
EAST FARNHAM.
A manufacturing village, in the Municipality of the east part of the Township
of Farnham and County of Bi"ome, containing two general stores and one
grocery, two carriage shops, thi-ee blacksmiths' shops, a sash and door
factory, and a cheese factory. The most important, however, of the manufac-
turing industries at present are the plow works of Messrs Banfill &
Vilas,
embracing a foundry and machine shop, 40 x 120 feet, a two-story paint
shop and warehouse, 30 x 50 feet, a blacksmith's shop, and several other
buildings for storing timber, coal, iron, &c. They are making near a
dozen diflferent styles and patterns of plows, and are turning out over 600
per year. The village is distant from East Farnham Station of the South
64
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—EAST PARNHAM.
Eastern Eailwaj, 1 mile; from Cowansville, 3 miles
;
"from Knowlton, the
County chef-lieu, 12 miles; from Granby, 12 miles
;
from Montreal, 50 miles.
Note—Thouoh East Farnham is not in the County of Missisquoi, as it is just
on the border, it was decided to include it in the present work.
Allen George B., farmer and clerk of
Commissioners' Court
Allen Thomas, farmer
Allen Willard, farmer
B;ill Ht)>ea, sawmill owner, lumber
dealer, cheese box maker, &c
BANFILL & VILAS
(Joel Banfill
and W. F. Vilas), manufacturers of
iron and steel plows, cultivators,
horse hoes, and otlier agricultural
implements. Job casting done to
order. See Adv page 12
Ban till Joel (Bantill & Vilas)
Barnes Joseph, blacksmith
Barton Daniel, farmer
Baxter William E., painter
Billings Mrs. Ann P., milliner and
dressmaker
Bourne ^Milton, mechanic
Boyd William H., farmer
Brimmer David, farmer and municipal
councillor
Brimmer John J., farmer
Brimmer Levi, farmer
BUCK CORTEZ,
proprietor East
Farnham sash, door, and blind

factory. Customei'S can depend upon
getting the best finished stj'le of
work in the above, made of first
quality, thoroughly seasoned, lum-
ber, at the very lowest prices. Orders
filled on the shortest notice, and
satisfaction guaranteetl.
Buck C\yrus, proprietor of Buck's
cheese factory
Buck Jewett A. (L. Buck & Son)
Buck Lyman, J.P. (L. Buck & Son)
BUCK L-, & SON
(Lyman and J. A.
Buck) general merchants, dealers
in dry goods, ready-made clothing,
boots and shoes, tats and caps,
groceries, pi-ovisions, crockery,
glassware, hardware, paints, oil,
wall-paper, &c.
Bull Aaron, farmer, chairman ofSchool
Commissioners
Carter Edley, fixrmer
Carter Henry, farmer
Carter Timothy, farmer
Caverly John, mechanic
Chadsey Edgar G., Adventist minister
Collins Azro D., farmer
Collins Martin Luther, farmer
Domingue Solyme, mason
Domingue William, shoemaker
EAST FARNHAM SASH, DOOE
AND BLIND FACTORY,
Cortez
Buck, proprietor
Ellison Jacob, proprietor Maple Grove
'
cheese factory
Fordyce £dwai*d A., farmer
Fordyce Willard, farmer
Foss Lsaac, carriagemaker, secretary-
treasurer school commissioners, and
agent Missisquoi and Rouville Insur-
ance Co.
Fuller Charles C, farmer
Fuller Peter, farmer
Gil man Baxter B., section foreman
S. E. Railway
Gleason Hiram, farmer and lumber
dealer
Gleason Isaac, farmer
Gleason Samuel, farmer
Goddard Reuben, farmer
Goddard Reuben A., farmer
Grubb Robert, farmer
Hall Calvin L., Lieut.-Colonel, farmer
Hall Eli L
,
farmer
Hall Eli W., J.P., farmer
Hall George B., farmer
Hall George C, farmer
Hawk George N., farmer
Hawk Jared, proprietor Excelsior
^
Cheese Factor}^
Higgins John, farmer
Hobbs George, farmer
Hooper Francis, farmer
Hulburt George A., farmer
Hulburt Heman, farmer
Hulburt Henry, farmer
Hulburt Howard, farmer
Hulburt Mrs. H. L., widow A. P.
Hutchins Harlow, farmer
Hutchins Rodney (R. & R. F. Hutch-
ins), postmaster
Hutchins Rollin F. (R. & R. F. Hutch-
ins), agent Montreal Telegraph Co.
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI— EAST PARXHAJI—FARNDON. 65
HUTCHINS R. & R. F-
(Rodney
and Eollin F. Hutchins), general
merchants, dealers in drj" goods,
ready-made clothing, boots and
shoes, jiats and caps, groceries,
provisions, hardware, paints, oils,
glass, &c., including a full assortment
of general merchandise
Jewell Henry (>1. B. & H. Jewell,)
Jewell jMot^es Beech (3J. B. & H.
Jewell), secretary-treasurer Mun-
icipal Council
Jewell M. B. & H., Moses Beech and
Henry Jewell, dealers in mowers
and reapei's and all kinds of agricul-
tural machines and inipleraents
Kathan Barton, farmer
Knowles Herbert, farmer
Knowles Joseph D., fiirmer
Kiiowles Joseph W., dealer in picture
frames and patent medicines
Knowles Levi, wheelwright
Jjadd J. A., harnessmaker
Lamotte Joseph, farmer
Laviolettc Eodolphe, mechanic
Mansfield Clark H., station agent S.
E. Railway
Manstield George B., farmer
Man.-^tleld Prince H., farmer, agent
Manstield Reuben H., retired farmer
Manstield H. .1., assistant station agent
and mail courier
Martel Ferdinand, painter
McCrae Mrs. Electa, milliner and dress-
maker
Messier Frangois, laborer
Messier Henry, mechanic
Messier Joseph, blucksmith and livery
stable keeper
MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO.,
Rnllin F. Hutchins, agent
Murphy John, farmer
Munn James, cabinetmaker
Persons Joseph, farmer
Persons Steplien. fai-mer
POST OFFICE,
Rodney Hutchins,
postmaster
Froulx Achille, blacksmith
Prime Benjamin W., farmer
Purinton William, farmer
Purinton Wind>or, farmer
Rousseau Francis, farmer
J^anborn RoUin F., carriagemaker
Shufelt Hiram, farmer
Stevens Clark, carpenter
Taber Franklin B., farmer
Taber Russel, farmer
Yilas Rev. Aaron, F. W. Baptist min-
ister
Vilas William F., (BantiU & Vilas)
Wells Thomas, mechanic
Wilkinson John, farmer
Wilkinson John M., machinist
Woodbury Thomas, farmer
FARNDON.
A station of the South Eastern Railway, is in the parish of West Farnham,
four miles from the town of Farnham. The surrounding population is
almost exclusively agricultural. It is not a village, but simply a post
office established for the convenience of residents in its vicinity.
Beaulieu Joseph, laborer
Bisaillon Casimir, farmer
Brown George, farmer
Brown John, farmer
Brown Matthew, farmer
Brown Thomas, farmer
Burk Robert, farmer
Cameron George, farmer
Cameron James, farmer
Cameron Lewis, farmer
Cosslet Mrs. L., widow
Dupuis Thomas, farmer
Grenier Narcisse, farmer
Ingles Edward, farmer
Ingles Freeman, farmer
Ingles Merrit, farmer
Johnson Samuel, farmer
McGovron Thomas, farmer
Merizze Valentin, farmer
Merizze Zephirin, farmer
Paladeau Pierre, farmer
Paquet Joseph, farmer
St Denis A., farmer
St Denis Moise, farmer
Tillson James, farmer
Thibodeau Cyprien, fiarmer
66
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—FARXDON—FARNHAM.
Thompson George
Thompson Kobert, farmer
Thompson William
Truax Adolphus, postmaster
Truax Elias, farmer
Truax George A., farmer
Truax Harlow, farmer
Truax Jj. Andrew, farmer
Truax 3Irs. George, widow
FARNHAM.
In 185G the parish of St. I^omuald de Farnham was formed out of the west
part of the township of Farnham. In 1860 a part of this parish was erected
into tlie village of West Farnham, and in 1876 this village was incoi'porated
as a town, the name being changed to Farnham.
The progress of Farnham has been sufficiently rapid to make it somewhat ex-
ceptional to the ordinarj' rate of increase by which a settlement first be-
comes a hamlet, then a village, afterward-i a town, and finally a city. Before
this place attains the latter dignity, one more step on the gradually as-
cending ladder of importance requires to be taken. Judging from the
past this consummation ought to be attained in the course of

, but it is
better not to fix a date, for prophets most always come to grief.
Farnham is pleasantly built on both banks of the Yamriska river, a substan-
tial bridge spanning the useful as well as pretty stream Avhich flows
through it. It possesses unusually good water privileges, ah-eady made
available to a considerable extent for woolen, saw,^ shingle, lath, planing
and flour mills, as -well as other manufacturing industries.
The West Farnham Woollen Mills, of which Mrs. A. Stark is the proprietress,
is one of the most important industries in the place. The Woollen Mill is
a substantial square building 40 x -iO feet,
2^
stories in height. On the first
floor are five looms, two of which are from the manufactory of Davis &
Furber, Worcester, Mass., and are of the largest size, having a distance of
108 inches between the swords. These looms are well adapted to making
tweeds, including the finer kinds, and admit of two widths being made at
one and the same time, the cloth afterwards being cut down the centre,
thus eff"ecting a great saving in time. Of the remaining three, one is a
Crompton loom, having a width of 48 inches, the other two being Ker-
sey looms, principally used for making common cloth. On the same flat
is also one
"
Davis & Furber Spooler" for spooling yarns, and one broad
wrapper from the same house for preparing the yarn for the loom after
being spooled; also one set Parks & Woolson's 36 inch shears for smooth-
ing and finishing the surface of cloth.
The second flat is the cai-ding and spinning room, and contains one full set 30
inch manufacturing cards, and one Spinning Jack, having 180 spindles.
The third flat is called the picking room. In it is a Picker used for pick-
ing or preparing the wool for the cards. On the opposite side of the
street, on the bank of the Yaraaska river, is the Custom Carding Mill,
60 X 30 feet and iwo stories in height—the basement containing a dye
house, a washer and a fulling mill, the first flat three sets of roll cards for
custom carding, and the second flat, the tendering room, where after the
cloth is fulled it is stretched on what are called tender boards for the
purpose of drying. The machinery in both buildings is run by water
power, available throughout the year, the power being carried to the
Woollen Mill by means of an underground passage. The manufiicture
embraces tweeds of all kinds, scarlet and grey flannels and yarns, in addi-
tion to the custom carding and spinning branch of the business. Fifteen
hands are generally employed.
COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI—FARNHAM, 67
Mi\ Daniel B. Meigp, the mayor of the town, is a large employer of labor in
the various industries which he carries on, which include saw and s>rist
mills, planing, shingle and lath mills, a batter tub factor}^, and so foi-th.
A bonus of $25,000 has been voted by the town towards the erection of a
large cotton factory, which when completed will be one of the most exten-
sive in the province, and furnish emploj-nient to a great number of hands.
Did space permit, a full description of these as well a-^ other existent man-
ufacturing concerns in the town might be inserted. All requisite business
particulars are, however, given in reference to them in the following al-
phabetical directory of the place, and that, for this occasion, must suffice.
Farnham is well supplied with hotels, one of the most popular and best
patronized being the American house, of which Mr. \j. N. Collier has been
the proprietor for the past six years. This hotel is well and favorably
known throughout the Province, and enjo3-s a large amount of commercial
and other patronage. Guests will find it kept in first-class style, and meet
with evejy attention from the obliging proprietor. It is very conveniently
situated within a few minutes walk of the depots of the several railway
lines running through the town, the post office. Court house and town
hall and chief mercantile establishments; attached is also agood livery.
The public buildings in Farnham area noteworthy feature of the place; a
glance at them will be all that will be attempted. The convent of the
Sisters of the Presentation of Mary cost §8,000; a hospital under the di-
rection of the Sisters of Charity 88,000 ;
the College of West Farnham,
presided over by the Priests of ihe order of the Holy Cross,
87,0(i0;
the
Catholic Church $35,000, Sl6,000 of this amount being for interior decor-
ations, making it the handsomest ecclesiastical edifice in the diocese.
In addition to these, a new and extensive college, intended for the use of the
students of the one already mentioned, is now in course of construction,
and it is intended to be completed by the 1st of September, 1880. This
college occupies a prominent and healthy situation overlooking the river,
and it is estimated to cost $40,000. It is built of stone, the main building
being 200 x 40 feet, with two wings 100 x 40 feet each. The height is
four stories. Attached are 7 acres of land.
The English Chui'ch, though not so costly as the buildings previously men-
tioned, serves in common with them to adorn the town. It is built of
brick. The building used as the Town Hall and Court House cost
$3,500,
and is a good brick structure conveniently adapted to suit the purposes
for which it was erected.
The one building in Farnham which is hardly up to the standard of what one
would expect to find in a town of its size, importance and almost unequal-
led railroad facilities is the market. No doubt at some future day the pre-
sent structure will be replaced by a building more worthy of the place.
There is no doubt but that Farnham is one of the most important railway
centres in the Province, and the roads that make it so are the Stanstead,
Shefford and Chambly branch ofthe Central Vermont Railway, the South
Eastern Railway, the Mo.itreal, Portland and Bbston Railway and the Lake
Champlain and St. Lawrence Junction Railway, trains on all of these lines
stopping here.
Terms of the Commissioners Court and Circuit and District Magistrates Courts
are held here.
Fifty 3'ears ago the population was 0,
twenty years after there were not
half a dozen houses here; to-day the population is 2,500.
Distant from St. Johns 14 miles, Montreal 41, Toronto 374,
and Ottawa 167
miles.
COUNTY OP MlSSISQUOI—FARNHAM.
Abbreviations used:—Adv. advertisement; bds, boai-ds
;
do, same place or same
street ; h, house ; C. V. K., Central Vermont Eailwaj^ ; L. C. & St. L. J. R,
LakeChamplain and St. Lawrence Junction Railway; M. P. & B. R., Mon-
treal, Portland and Boston Eailwaj-; S. E. H., South Eastern Railway;
S. S. & C. E., Stanstead, Sheftord and Chambly Railway.
Note.—Street is understood; example, Post office, Main, means Main street.
AUard Mrs. Francois, widow, St Paul
Allard Pierre, laborer, St Gre^oire
Alix Denis, mail contractor, St Peter
Allsopp Mrs. Mary J., widow John
('harles, St Paul
AMERICAN HOUSE,
L. N. Collier,
proprietor. First-class house in all
respects. Large sample rooms for
commercial travellers. Good livery
attached, Main, corner Melius
Amos Francis J., organ makei-. Main
Angers rev, N., vicar, parish of St
Romuald de Farnhnm, Yamaska
Archambault J. Bte., butcher, .Main, h
do
Archambault Joseph, shoemaker,Main
ARPIN EDOUARD,
boot and shoe
manufacturer. Orders solicited from
country merchants for men's hand
made boots of all kinds, and tilled
at lowest wholesale rates. Custom
work and repairing promptly at-
tended to, and done in the best style
at lowest prices. Main, h do
Arsenault J, Bte., spinner, St Alfred
Ashton Mrs. M., widow Richard, Meigs
Audette Eusebe, deputy clerk of the
Cir^cuit, District Magistrates and
Commissioners Court, Victoria
Auger Pierre, St Joseph
Authier Hubert, IMeigs
Buillargeon Abraham, butcher, mar-
ket, Main, h Meigs
Barbeau Joseph, retired. Main
Barbeau Francois, section man C. V.R.,
St Joseph
Barnab<3 Mrs. M., widow Louis, St
Edouard
Barnes Barnabas N., bleacher, Main
Barnes Mrs. E., widow Barney, St.
Peter
BARRIERE SOLYME,
agent for
E. M. Wanzer & Co.'s celebrated
sewing machines, warranted equal
to any and sui)erior to most other
sewing machines for family and
manufiacturing purposes. Terms of
sale easy by monthly payments, or
large discount for cash ; also agent
for pianos, organs, &c
,
office and
residence at Cleophas Deslauriers,
Main
Bai'wick Mrs. Emily, widow James,
Victoria
Beaupre Joseph, tailor, St. Peter
BELANGER J0S3PH,
dealer in
dry goods, groceries, provisions,
fruits, crockery, glassware, boots and
shoes, hats and caps, &c., in which a
full assortment is constantly kept at
lowest possible prices for cash ; farm
produce taken in exchange at full
market value. Main, h do
Bell rev. Thomas, pastor Methodist
Church of Canada, Main
Belleisle Louis, laborer
Benjamin Benjamin, laborer, Main
Benjamin Mrs. Julia, widow, Main
Benoit Joseph, shoemaker, Main
Benoit jjouis, mason, Main
Berard T., carpenter, St Joseph
BERIAU PIERRE,
notary, clerk
of the Circuit, District Magistrates
anil Commissioners Courts, and com-
missioner Superior Court, office
Town hall. Main, h Main
Berube Jean Baptiste, laborer. Main
Bessette Guillaume, mill sawyer, St
Peter
BESSETTE J. B.,
custom tailor.'
Every description of custom work
made to order in the most thorough,
manner, and on the shortest notice
at lowest prices. A perfect tit guar-
anteed. Cutting done and, warranted-
to fit if properly made up, Main, op-
posite the Town hall, h Main
Bessette Michel, butcher, market,
Main, h St Peter
Bessette Pierre, carpenter, St Edouard
Biscornet lEypolite, barkeeper, Farn-
ham Hotel, Main
Bishop Joseph, laborer, St Andre
Bissaillon Moise, farmer, St Gregoire
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI

FARNHAM. 69
Bissonnette Edouard, harness maker,
St Joseph
Bissonnette Louis, laborer, St Peter
Bhinchard Josei)h, St Peter
Blanchard Israel, St Peter
BLANCHET JEAN BAPTISTE,
tin and >h^n^^ iron workoi-, ])luinl»er,
tin, galvanized iron and slate roofer.
All orders in the above well, cdieaply
and pioinpll}' done. Crevier'.s well
known hot air furnaces adapted to
private and public buildings fur-
nished and put up, tlealer in tinware
stoves, ])ipes, Ac, Main, h do
Bleu Antoine, laborer, St V'iiicent
JBlen Francois, laborer, St Loui.s
Blen Joseph, laborer, Main
Blen Joseph, laborer, Yamaska
Blen J. Bte., mill sawyer, St Joseph
Bolduc Narcisse, general dealer, St
Paul, h Yamaska
Boileau Noel, gardener, St Antoine
Boisvert Thoma.s cultivateur, St
BoiviN CHARLES,
dealer in boots
and shoes, of which he has a full
assortment always on hand, also in
shoe makers' findings. Orders for
custom work and repairing executed
with promptness, the prices defying
all competition, Main, opposite the
post office, h do. See Adv page 11
Boivin Jacques, retired, St Joseph
Bonin Edmund, section foreman L. C.
& St. L. J. E., St. Louis
Bourget J. Bte., carpenter, St Paul
Boupre Edouard, shoemaker, St Peter
Bourque Abram, laborer, .Main
Bourque Antoine, saw and grist mill,
Main, h do
Bourque Olivier, carpenter and joiner,
Centre Farnham road
Bowker Charles, carpenter, Main
Bowker Charles, carj)enter, St. Vincent
Bowker Elwin M., clerk with J. W. &
G. E. Loud, bds with G. E. Loud,
Main
Bowker John, farmer, Main
Bowker John B., carpenter, St Paul
Bragg Cyrus, manager at Stark's
woollen mill. Main
Bragg James, carder, Main
Breault J. Bte., laborer, St Louis
Breault Vital, laborer, St Louis
Bieault Mrs. J., widow J. Bte.,
Yamaska
Bicault William, mason, Jacques Car-
tier
Brennan Patrick, baggage master
C. V. R., St Patrick
Brosseau Alfred, shoemaker, St Louis
Brosseau Miss, washerwoman. Main
Broiiillette Jacques, engineer, St Louis
Brouillette Joseph, laborer, Jacques
Cartier
Brunelle Cleophas, shoemaker. Main
Brunelle Louis, laborer, Jacques Car-
tier
Buck llichard, bailiflf Superior Court,
district of lied lord. Depot
Burbe Alexandre, butcher, St Paul, h
do
Burke M. B., profe.ssor 1st and prepa
ratory class, College of West Farn-
ham
Cabana Napoleon, conductor, St Peter
CANADA FIRE AND MAUINE
I.^SUEAWCE CO. OF H.iMIL-
TON,
Curtis P. Taber, agent. Main,
opposite the Court house
Canada hotel, Charles Leclair, pro-
prietor. Main
Cardinal J. Bte., laborer, St Louis
Cardinal S., laborer, St Louis
Caron Joseph, laborer. Main
Central Vermont Railway (Stanstead,
Shttford and Chambly Branch),
William L. Hibbard, snition agent,
head of depot
Champagne Olivier, laborer, St Peter
Charbonneau Pierre, laborer, St Andre
Charron Levi, section foreman M. P. &
B. E., Main
Chartier Camille,shoemaker, Yamaska
CHARTIER J. BTE.,
mason. All
work undertaken guaranteed to be
done in the most workmanlike
manner at lowest prices, St Joseph
near Main
Chevalier Louis, carter. Main
Chevalier Noe, laborer. Main
Chillingworth Mrs. Margaret, widow
Henry, Main
Chipman J. E., S. E. R., Martin's Hotel
Choiniere Louis, clei'k. Main
Choquette Edouard, secretary Union
St Joseph de Farnham
TO COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI—PARNHAM.
CHOQTJETTE J. E-,
butcher, dealer
in beef, veal, mutton, lamb, fresh
and salt pork, hams, sausages, lard
fresh fish, turkej's, geese, ducks,
chickens, and vegetables of ail
kinds, in which he otfers the best
class of the above at the lowest
market prices, Main, opposite the
post office, h St Vincent
Chcquette Louis E., salesman with
W. & E. Donahue, Main
Chouinard Charles, laborer. Yisitation
Chuix'h of yt Komuald, rev. J. Bte.
Veronneau, pai'ish priest
;
rev. JN.
Angers vicar
CIRCUIT COURT,
Pierre B^riau,
clerk, otfice Tovvn hall, Main
Coiteux Stanislas, blacksmith, bds
Avith E. Martel, Main
COLLEGE OF WEST FARN-
HAM
(founded
1875), presided
over by the priests of the order of
the Holy Cross, rev. G. A. Dion,
C. S. C, Superior
COLLIER L- N-,
proprietor Ameri-
can House. First class house in all
respects. Large samjjle rooms for
commercialtravellers. Good livery
attached, Main corner Meigs
Collin Bruno, laborer, St Joseph
Commeau Louis, laborer, St Antoine
CommeauU. J., professor prepara-
tory French course, College of
West Farnham
COMMISSIONERS' COURT,Pierre
Beriau, clerk, office Town hall, Main
Convent of the Sisters of the Presen-
tation of Mary, sister of the Holy
Ghost, directress, Yamaska
Cook B. E., laborer, Main
Cook Frederick, teamster, Main
Cook L., mason and farmer, L'Ange
Gardien road
Cook >elson, millwright, Main
Cook Oliver, jobber. Main
Corran Edward, saddle and harness
maker. Depot, h Meigs
COUILLARD PIERRE L., M.D.,
phybician and surgeon. Main nearly
opposite the Post office, bds at West
Farnham House, Main
Courtemanche Abraham, St Edouard
Courtemanche Edouard, carpenter, St
Patrick
Courtemanche Paul, laborer, St Bruno
Croteau Joseph, sexton Church of St.
Rorauald, Yamaska
D'Aitois Alexis, Y^amaska
Davignon Joseph, retii-ed, Yamaska
Davignon Medard, clerk, Y'amaska
Demers Augustin, butcher, 3Liin,hdo
Demers Charles, trader, St Joseph
DEMERS FRANCOIS X.,
.jun., sta-
tion agent South Eastern Railway,
JMontreal, Portland and Boston
Railway, and agent Montreal Tele-
graph Co., Victoria corner St
Edouard, h St Paul
Demei-s Frangois X., sen., foreman, St
Paul
Demers J. Bte., butcher, market. Main,
h St Andre
Demers P. Eraelien, telegraph oper-
ator C.V.R., St Paul
Denault Touissant, Meigs
Denis N., laborer, St Peter
Deroche J. Bte., baker, St Peter, h do
Deroche Pierre, laborer, St Joseph
Deslauriers Cleophas, painter. Main
Deslauriers Pierre, farmer, L'Ange
Gardien road
Dexter Vital, laborer, Meigs
DION REV G. A., CSC-,
superior
College of West Farnham
Dissentient School, Main, Mrs. Samuel
A. \"ance, teacher
DISTRICT MAGISTRATES'
COURT,
Pierre Beriau, clerk, office
Town hall, Main
Doherty Cornelius, farmer, L'Ange
Gai'dien road
DOMINION FIRE ANDMARINE
INSURANCE CO., OF HAMIL-
TON,
Curtis P. Taber, agent, Main,
opposite the Court house
Dominion Mutual Benefit and Provi-
dent Association of Montreal, J.
Benjamin Nadeau, agent, Depot
Donahue Edward (W, & E. Donahue),
postmaster, Main
DONAHUE W. & Em
(William and
Edward Donahue) general mer-
chants, dealei's in dry goods, groce-
ries, provisions, crockery, glassware,
boots and shoes, hats and caps, hard-
ware, paints, oils, glass, wall-paper,
and the full assortment of goods
usually found in a fii-strclass general
store, Main
COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI—PARNHAM, 71
Donahue James W., clerk with \Y. &
E. Donahue
Donahue William (W. & E. Donahue),
resides at Montreal
Donncll}' James, lal)orcr, St Joseph
Doxtradler P'red, foreman wood saw-
yer, bds at Martin's Hotel, Main
Doxtradter J. Bte., laborer, St Peter
Dozois Hilaire, teacher, St Hilaire
Dube Sister, directress Hospice Ste
Elizabeth, St Paul
Dubois Mrs. Frangois, widow, Eailway
track near Depot
Dufresne Benjamin, cultivator, Yam-
aska
DUFRESNE C- U-,
secretary-trea-
surer of the municipality of the
Parish of West Farnham, and of
school commissioners, office at W.
& E. Donahue's, Main, h do
Dufresne Napoleon, fariner, St Gre-
goire
Duhamel Frangois, St Louis
Dumaine Joseph, laborer, St JiOuis
Dupuis Adol])he, Uiborer, Main
EASTERN TOWNSHIPS MUTU
AL i?IRE INSURANCE CO.,
Curtis P. Taber, agent. Main, oppo-
site the Court house
Edwards Walter S., clerk with J. W.
& G. E. Loud, bds with G. E. Loud,
Main
ELDER PETER,
general blacksmith
and horseshoer, manufacturer of the
iron Scotch harrow, guaranteed su-
perior to an}' other make, also cul-
tivators, ii'on and steel plows, of the
most approved construction. The
above constantlj' on hand. All or-
ders filled on the shortest notice.
Prices low to suit the tines, Depot,
h do
Elmes & Bro. (George and William
Elmes), sash, door and blind factory
;
also furniture, Yamaska
Elmes Geoi'ge (Elmes & Bro.), Y"amaska
Elmes William (Elmes & Bro.), Yam-
aska
Fairfield Mrs. M., widow, St Joseph
FARNHAM HOTEL,
A. Tarte, pro-
prietor; first-class house, 81.00 per
day. Meals at all hours
;
conveyance
to and from the cars free, Main
Farnham Market, Main
FARNHAM TOWN,
Sim<5on Noi-
seux, seei-etary-treasurer, office Main
Favreau Henri, laborer
Fonrouge Pieri'e, laborer, Jacques
Carlier
FORG-ET A-.
advocate. Main, oppo-
site the West Farnham House
Forgue Ilubei't, laborer, Meigs
Forticr Godfioi, laborer, Main
Fortier Joseph, waggon maker, car-
penter and joiner. Main, h do
Fortier M., tanner, Main
Fournier Albert, miller, Meigs
Fournier E., miller, Meigs
Fournier Isaac, farmer, L'Ange Gar-
dien i-oad
FOURNIER NARCISSE,
miller
at Daniel B. Meigs' mill, 3Ieigs
Free School for Boys Irom 5 to 10
years, under the care of the Sisters
of the Grey Nunnery
Free >chool for Girls fiora 5 to 10
years, under the care of the Sisters
of the Presentation of Maiy
Gareau Joseph, Yamaska
Gareau J. Bte., laborer, St Eomuald
Gauthier Charles, laborer, St Charles
Gauthier E., laborer, St Paul
Gauthii'r F., teamster, Main
Gauthier Jean, laborer, St Hilaire
Gauthier Jean, laborer, St Andr^
Gauthier Mrs. Joseph, widow, Main
Gilwee Mrs. Margaret, widow John,
Victoria
Gingras Abraham, cultivateur, St
Hilaire
Girard Amable, retired, St Bruno
Girard Francois, farmer, St Bruno
Girard J. Bte., carpenter and farmer,
St Gregoire
Giroux Avelyan, farmer, L'Ange Gar-
die n road
Giroux Louis, cultivateur, Yamaska
Giroux Mrs. A., widow, L'Ange Gar-
dien road
Gii'oux Solomon, laborer. Main
Gordon Edward, laborer, St Joseph
Goudreau Wilfrid, engineer C. V. R.,
St Peter
Gojette George, hostler American
House, Main
Gregoire Thomas, carter
Haizot Pierre, laborer, St Peter
Hamol Moise, laborer, St Peter
72 COCNTT OP MISSISQUOI—FARNHAM.
Harbac Damase, eultivateui*, Main
Harve}' C4eorge Calvin, night watch-
man S.E.K., Main
flebert Jo.seph, laborer, St Peter
Hubert Ludgor, hairdresser. Main, h
do
Hebert Liidger, laborer, Jacques Car-
tier
Hebert Ludger, machinist, St Joseph
Hebert Moise, laborer, St Louis
Hebert Olivier, liverj, Depot
Hubert Paschal, laborer, Jacques Car-
tier
Henrichon Antoine, carpenter and
joiner, St Charles
Henrichon Henri, laborer, St Paul
HENRICHON JOSEPH
{late of
Springtield, Mass.), tirst class hair
dressing rooms. Shaving, hair dress-
ing, shampooing, hair dyeing, iScc,
done in the best American styles.
Please call once and 3'ou will call
again, Main, opposite West Farn-
ham House
Hibbard William L., station agent
Central Vermont itailwaj', agent
Montreal Telegraph Co., and United
States and Canada Express Co.,
office head of Depot, h 31ain
Hogue Louis, laborer. Visitation
Hospice Ste Elizabeth, under the direc-
tion of the Sisters of Uharity, Sister
Dube, directress, St Paul
Hotel du t'epot, Hubert Nadeau, pro-
prietor, St Peier
JASMIN J. BTE.,
bailiff Superior
Court, and auctioneer for the dis-
trict of Bedford, also collector. Auc-
tion sales conducted in French
and English at moderate charges.
Collections made^at reasonable rates,
and prompt returns made, office and
residence St Vincent
JEANNOTTE J. AD HE MAR,
M<D-)
physician and surgeon, office
and residence Main, opposite the
post office
Jerrj' Joseph, fireman, St Joseph
Jerry Paul, St Joseph
Jetle Noel, laborer, MJoseph
Jreil (Girard) (jeorge, custom boot and
shoe maker, St Hilare
Juaear Joseph, gardener, Main
Juaear Pierre, gardener, Main
Kavanagh John, section foreman
C.V.E.. St Patrick
KINEHAN BROS.
(William and
Waller A. Kinehan), watchmakers,
jewellers and photogi-apliers. A full
assortment of watches, clocks and
jeweller^' constantly on hand. Re-
pair>i promptly ami skilfull}- execut-
ed. Portraits taken, and all the latest
improvements introduced, Main
Kineliau Walter A. (Kinehan Bros.),
Main
Kinehan William (Kinehan Bros.),
Main
Lacoste Louis, blacksmith, St Paul
Lagac^ Joseph, carpenter and joiner,
Main
Lake Champlain and St Lawrence
.1 unction Kailwaj"
Lamarre E.louai-d, laborer. Main
Lamarre D.. laborer. Main
Landei'S Michael, section foreman
M, P. & B. Pt., Main
Landry Joseph, laborer, Victoria
Lanedeau dit Lacoste Louis^ chartier,
St Paul
Lanier Joseph, laborer, St Joseph
Lanier Julien, laborer, St Joseph
Lanier Leon, laborer, St Judes
Lanier Mrs. M., widow Louis. St Judes
Lanier Pierre, laboi-er, St Joseph
Lapalme J. Bte., baker, Main, h do
Lapointe Cyrille, laborer, St Joseph
Laporte Henri, tanner, bJs with John
Wilson, Main
Laporte Marcil, laborer, St Peter
Larocque Godfroi, Main
Larocque Jeremie, bailiff Superior
Court district of Bedford, Maiu
Larue Michel, St Andre
Lavallde Alexandre, laborer, St Andrd
L'Avariere Hormidas, laborer, Main
Lebeau Athanase, laborer, Yamaska
Lebeau Francois, farmer, St Antoine
Leblanc Hubert, carpenter and joiner.
Main
Leblanc Levi, clerk, bds with J. J.
Trudeau, Main
Leclair Charles, proprietor Canada
Hotel, 3hun
Leduc Damase, laborer, Jacques Car-
tier
Lelardier Jules, gardener, Yamaska
Lemoine Alexis, laborer, Main
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—FARNHAM.
73
Lemoine Mrs., St Peter
Lent Ikichard, ctirj^enter, St Joseph
LEQUIN & MARTEL
(Honors Le-
quill ond Louis Martel), dealers in
dry goods, groceries, provisions,
crocker3-,glas>\vare, boots and shoes,
hats uiid taps, hardware, paints, oils,
glass, wallpaper and a full assort-
ment of general goods, cheap for
cash, Main
Lequin Calixie, laborer
Lequin Franijois. laborer, Main
Lequin Francois, railroad section
master
Lequin Honoi-e (Lequin & Martel),
3Jain
Lequin Joseph, carter
Lequin .fo>eph, jun,, Main
Lequin Joseph, sen., St Joseph
Leslie John, farmer, L'Ange Gardien
road
Lesperance Madame J. P. V., milliner
and milliner}' goods, Main, h do
Lisotte Charles, laborer, St Louis
Loiselle Magloire, farm laborer, St
Peter
Longtin Joseph, sawyer, Main
Loud Cxeorge Edward (J. W. & G. E.
Loud), Main
Loud J(jhn William (J. W. & G. E.
Lou i). resitles at Montreal
LOUD J. W & Gr E-
(John William
and George Edward Loud,) general
merchants, dealers in dry goods,
groceries, provisions, crockery,
glassware, boots and shoes, hats and
caps, hardware, paints, oils, glass,
wallpaper, etc., cheap for cash, Main
opposite Town hall
Lupien Ludger, laborer, Jacques Car-
tier
Lupien Theodore, laborer, Visitation
Lussier Alexandre, cultivateur
Lussier Charles, laborer, St Louis
Lussier Hubert, laborer, St Louis
MAILHOT MARCEL,
advocate,
office Town hall, Main corner Depot
h Main corner St Joseph
Mailhot F. X., hostler West Farnham
House, Main, corner Depot
Mailhot Paul, laborer, Yamaska
Mailloux Amedee, laborer, Main
Mailloux Isaac, hooper,
Adamsville
road
Mailloux L^on, machinist, St Joseph
Mailloux Mo'ise, laborer, Yamaska
Mailloux Pierre, butcher, Market,
Main, h Depot
Mailloux Pierre, laborer, St Charles
Major Magloire, baker, St Peter
Malbeuf Pierre, laborer, Main
Maunion rev. J., professor, 3rd and
2nd English year, College of West
Farnham
Marchand Joseph, laborer, Main
Marchesseau Exurie, St Paul
Marchesseau Simeon, carpenter, Ya-
maska
Marcotte Joseph, laborer, St Louis
MARTELEUSEBE,
carriagemaker,
blacksmith and horseshoer. A
good stock of carriages, buggies,
waggons, and sleighs, made of the
best material, always on hand
;
repairing of all kinds done on the
shortest notice, at lowest prices;
blacksmithing of every description
done ; horses well and carefully shod,
satisfaction guaranteed. Main, h do
Martel Henri, blacksmith and horse-
shoer, St Paul, h do
Martel Louis (Lequin & Martel), Main
MARTIN ARRON R.,
proprietor
Martin's Hotel, xMain
Masse Louis, laborer, St Romuald
Maurice Louis, carriagemaker,
St
Paul, h Yamaska
Mayotte Francois, tailor, bds with
Moise Paradis, Main
McDutf
0.,
laborer, Yamaska
McGowan James, fiarmer,
Gardien road
McGowan Mrs. Grace, widow Michael
L'Ange Gardien road
McKinney Volley, laborer,
bds at Mar-
tin's Hotel
3IcQuillen
Miss Catherine, dressmaker,
Main
MEIGS
DANIEL B-, JP.,
mayor
of Farnham, saw and grist mill
owner, shingle mill, planing mill,
butter tub factory and lumber mer-
chant. Main and foot of Meigs, office
and residence Main
Menard
Leon, laborer, Main
Mercier
Eobert, laborer, Jacques Car-
tier
L'Ange
u
COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI FARNHAM.
Methodist Church of Canada, rev.
Thomas Bell, pastor, ^^ain
Miehaud tranQois, hiborer, St Peter
Millet Pierre, farmer. St Greu:oire
MISSISQUOI AND ROUVILLE
MUTUAL FIRE INbURd^NCE
CO--
^ iii-tis P. Tuber, :i",eiu, Mam,
opposite the Court House
Molleur Moise, laboi-er, St (iregoire
Molloy John, laborer, Eaihvay track
near Jacques Cartier
Monuc'on Olivier, laborer. St Louis
MONTREAL
PORTLAND AND
BOSTON RAILWAY,
Prangois
X. Demers, jun. agenl. otiice at South
Eastern Railway Depot
MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO ,
Francois X. Jjeniers, jun., agent,
office South Eastern Railway Depot,
corner A'ictoria and St Andrd
Montreal Telegraph Co., William L.
Hibbard, agent, otiice (.'enlral Ver-
mont Pail way Depot, head of Depot
Moore C. O., tarmer, L'Ange Gardien
road
Moreau Joseph, conductor L. C. & St.
L. J. P., bds at Earnham notel,
Main
Morin Jean, laborer, St Gregoire
Mosher James H., farmer, L'Ange
Gardien road
Mullin Francis, Main
MULLIN GEORGE,
dealer in
groceries, provisions, grain of all
kinds, foreign and domestic fruits,
canned goods, garden, tield and
flower seeds, oysters, wholesale and
retail, and wholesale dealer in and
exporter of hemlock bark. Main
corner Depot, h Main near Depot
MULLIN MRS. GEORGE,
milli-
ner and dressmaker, and dealer in
millinery and fancy goods, ribbons,
feathers, flowers, silks, satins, &,c.,
of which she keeps a full assortment
of chosen goods. Main near Depot
MUNICIPALITY OF THE PA-
RISH OF WEST FARNHAM,
C. U. Dutresne, secretary-treasurer,
office at W. & E. Donahue's, Main
Murray Daniel W., salesman, bds with
Edward Donahue, Main
Mussen rev. Thomas VV., M.A., rural
dean of Bedford, Main
Naieau Hubert, proprietor Hotel du
Depot, St Peter
Nadeau J. Benjamin, agent D )minion
Mutual Benefit and i^rovident
s>ociation of Montreal and book-
keeper with Valiquei & Co., Depot
Nadeau Jeseph, laborei-, M Gregoire
Xareau Simeon, grocer, M liii, h do
NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE
CO. OF MONTREAL,
Curtis P.
I aber, agent, Main, opposite the
Court House
NOISEUX SIMEON,
notary, secre-
lury-trea>urer of the town of Farn-
ham, and official assignee for the
distiict of Bedford, office and resi-
dence Main
Nolin Charles, carpenter, St Paul
Quel let te C, laborer, St Joseph
• 'uellette F., laborer, St Joseph
Ouimettc Alexandre >i., groceries,
wines, liquors, &c.. Main, h do
Papineau Louis, farmer, L'Ange Gar-
dien road
Paquette Alexandre, laborer, St An-
toiiie
Paquette Felix, laborer, Yamaska
Paquette M., laborer, Victoria
Paiadis 3Iiss Emelie, tailoress. Main
PARADIS MOISE,
custom tailor.
Geiu.>' garments made to order in
the latest styles, in the most tho-
rough manner and at the lowest
prices. A perfect tit guaranteed.
Cutting done to order on the short-
est notice. Main, over W. & E. Don-
ahue's store, h do
Parent Leon, jun., mill sawyer, St Gre-
goire
Parent L^on, sen., farmer, St Gregoire
Parent Pierre, carpenter and farmer,
St Gregoire
Pelletier Frederick, laborer, Yamaska
Pendleton Asa, sawyer. Main
Pendleton Edward, foienmn at Daniel
R. Meigs' mills .Meigs
Pepin Jt)>eph, carpenter, St Patrick
Perreault Edouard, laborer, Victoria
Plianeut Fi angois, Yamaska
POST OFFICE
iMain, Edward Do-
nahue, postmaster
Potvin Alexis, cabinetmaker, Yamaska
Pr^fontaine Magloire, laborer, Jacques
Cartier'
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOl—PARNHAM. 7w
Prevost Arthur, laborer, Main
Prdvost Exsidas, laborer, Yamaska
Prevost Frangois, farmer, St Paul
Provost Louis, braketnan. Main
Pr^%'o.st Louis, laborer, Yamaska
Provost Miss Malvina, inillirier and
dressmaker, Main
Prevost Mrs S., widow Louis, Main
PROTESTANT BOARD OF
SCHOOL TRUSTEEi
/or the
town ot Farnham, Curiis P. Taber,
secretary-treasurer, otfice Main, op-
posite the Court house
Quebec Joseph, fai'mer, L'Ange Gar-
die n road
Quentin Daniase, carpenter, St Joseph
Quinn William, etoves and tinware,
Mam, h do
Eacicot Guillaume, painter, Depot
Racicot Jean, carriagemaker, St Jo-
seph
Eainville Frangois, mason. Main
Randall Col. F. V., Steel & Bayer's
Marbleizing Compound (patent
right). Main
Eegnier Fi-ancois, laborer, Jacques
Cartier
Benaud rev. J. A., proc. and professor
of 4th and 3rd French year, College
of West Farnham
Richard felesphore, laborer, Jacques
Cartier
Riel A., farmer, St Hilaire
Rintoul —, insurance agent, Yamaska
Eive Samuel, proprietor Yamaska ho-
tel and baker, St Paul
Robert Abraham, mason, St Joseph
Robertson William, carpenter and
joiner, St Joseph
ROBIDOUX NORBERT,
proprie-
tor West Farnham House; French
and English spoken at this house;
good livery attached, Main corner
Depot. See Adv page 12
Rouleau Pierre, laborer, St Joseph
Rouleau Prime, laborer, St Joseph
Roy Fran§ois, farmer, Yamaska
Roy Joseph, laborer, St Peter
Roy ^'arci>se, laborer, Jacques Cartier
Roy Pierre Israel, laborer, Jacques
Cartier
Roy Theodore, laborer, St Charles
Ryan John, section foreman C. 7. R.
Sabourin L. C, clerk with W. & E.
Donahue, Main
Sansterre C^'riac, general merchant,
St Paul, resides do
Saureth Anthime, blacksmith, bds with
K. Marlel, Main
School Commissioners St Romuald de
Farnham municipality, C. IT. Du-
. lesne, secretarj', office at W. k E.
Donahue's, Ma'n
.School Commissioners West Farnham
municipalit\', C. U. Dufresne, secre-
tarv, office at W. & E. Donahue's,
Ma"in
Scott John, cheese maker. Main
Scott William, Main
Sherry Henry, turner, Main
Smith Emilien V., cabinetmaker. Main
Smith Exupery, blacksmith. Main, h
do
Smith Jo-^eph, cabinetmaker, Main
SMITH J. R.,
manufacturer and deal-
er in all kinds of household furni-
ture, of which a good assortment is
always kept on hand. All kinds of
woodwork done. A large variety of
coffins constantlj' in stock. Prices
very low to suit the times. Main, h
do
Souliere Antoine, carpenter, St Louia
Souihier Charles, laborer, St Peter
SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY,
Francois X. Deniei-s, jun., station
agent, corner Victoria and St Andr6
Spoor Joseph, farmer, Yamaska
STANSTEAD AND SHER-
BROOKE MUTUAL FIRE IN-
SURANCE CO-,
Curtis P Taber,
agent, Main, opposite the Court
house
Stanstead, Shefford and Chanibly
Railway, head of Depot, William L.
Hi b bard, agent
STARK MRS. A-,
proprietress West
Farnham Woollen Mills, manufac-
turer of tweeds, scarlet and grey
flannels and yarns. A full assort-
ment of the above always in stock
and sold at lowest manufacturers'
prices; custom carding and spinning
done on the shortest notice, at lowest
rates, mills, office and residence,
Main
76 COUNTY OE MIS8ISQU0I—PARNHAM.
St Germain Ephrem, conductor S.E.E.,
Depot
St James church, Main, rev. Thomas
W. Mussen, M.A,, rural dean of
Bedford
ST PIERRE BRUNO,
custom
tailor. In style, fit, quality of work,
prompt execution of orders, and low-
Dess of price I guarantee complete
satisfaction; cutting done at lowest
prices. Tailor for G. W. & G. E.
Loud and J. J. Trudeau, Main, op-
pot^ite J. J. Trudeau's, h St. Paul
St Pierre Eustace, laborer, Main
St Pierre Jean Baptiste, shoemaker.
Main
TABER CURTIS P.,
general insu-
rance agent, representing a number
of first-class companies, and whole-
sale dealer and exporter of hemlock
bark, also secretary-treasurer Pro-
testant Board of School Trutstees
town of Farnham, ofiice and resid-
ence Main, opposite the Court house
TARTE A-,
proprietor Farnham
Hotel, b'irst-class house $1.00 per
day. Meals at all hours ; convey-
ance to and from the cars free
Th^rien David, laborer, Main
Thdrien Hilaire, retired, Jacques Car-
tier
Th^rien Pierre, laborer, St Peter
Tessier Frangois, laborer, St Joseph
Thomas rev. B., professor 2nd and 1st
French year. College of West Farn-
ham
Tierney William, physician, Main, re-
sides do
TRAVELLERS LIFE AND ACCI
DENT INSURANCE CO- OF
HARTFORD,
Curtis p. Taber,
agent. Main, op^^osite the Court
house
Treant Augustin, laborer, Main
Tr^tant Pierre, laborer, Main
Trudeau Isidore, clerk, bds with J. J.
Trudeau. Main
Trudeau J. J., general merchant,
Wain
UNION ST JOSEPH DE FARN-
HAM,
Joseph Lequin, jun., presi-
dent; Kdouard Choquette, secre-
tary
;
Honore Lequin, treasurer
United States and Canada Express Co.,
William L. Hibbard, agent, office
C. y. 11. depot, head of I)epot
Vachon Pierre, shoemaker, St Alfred
VALIQ,UET & CO.,
general mer-
chants, dealers in general dry goods,
groceries, provisions, hardware,
boots and shoes, hats and caps,
crockery, glassware, salt, flour,
grain, drugs, chemicals, perfumery,
toilet articles, garden, field and
flower seeds, &c., Main
VALIQUET JEAN B-, MD-
(Valiquet & Co.), physician and sur-
geon, office and residence Main
Valiquet Joseph, farmer, St Gregoire
Vallier Mrs. T., widow, Victoria
Vance Samuel A., grocer and painter.
Main, h do
Vareneau Narcisse, laborer. Main
Veronneau rev. J. Bte., parish priest,
parish of St Romuald de Farnham,
Yamaska
Vezina Emelien, machinist, St Louis
Vezina Eusebe, turner, St Louis
Viau M. E., professor of music, Col-
lege of West Farnham
West Farnham Academy for boys over
10, free, under the care of the Bro-
thers of the Holy Cross
WEST FARNHAM HOUSE,
Nor-
bert Robidoux, proprietor. French
and English are spoken in this
house. Good livery attached. Main
corner Depot. See Adv page 12
West Farnham Mission, Methodist
Church of Canada includes Farn-
ham, Farnham Centre (Brome Co.),
Adamsville (Brome Co.), Ste Brid-
get (Brome Co.), and Haseville, rev.
Thomas Bell, Main
W^hitwell Frank, civil engineer and
provincial land surveyor, Main
Williams Charles, night watchman
S. E. R., Meigs
W^ilson C, & Son (Chester and John
Wilson), tanners, curriers, boot and
shoe makers, Main
Wilson Chester (C. Wilson & Son),
Yamaska
Wilson John (C. Wilson & Son), Main
Wilson M. C, machinist, Main
Winter Pierre, shoemaker, St Vincent
Wyman John, foreman
COUNTY OF MI8SISQU0I—FARNHAM—FRELIGHSBrRG. 77
Tamaska Hotel, Samuel Eive, proprie-
tor, St Paul
Yates Peter, sexton St James Church,
St Peter
Yates Sandford, laborer, St Peter
Yates Truman,farmer, L'Ange Gardien
road
Young Paul, millwright, St Paul
FARNHAM STREET DIRECTORY.
Depot, from Main beyond St Joseph
Fonderio, from Main, south-east
Jacques Cartier, from Yamaska River to south limita
Main, from east limits to west limits
Meigs, from Yama^ka River, south
St Alfred, from Main, south
St Alphonse, from Jacques Cartier, east
St Andr(5, from St Alphonse, south
St Antoine, from Main, south
St Bruno, from Yamaska, beyond St Hilaire
St Charles, from Main to St Joseph
St Edouard, from St Paul, north-west
St Francois Xavier, from Main to St Gregoire
St Gregoire, from St Francois Xavier, west
St Hilaire, from St Paul to St Bruno
St Jean, from Main to St Joseph
St Jean Baptiste, from St Joseph, south
St Joseph, from Main to Depot
St Judes, from St Joseph, south
St Louis, from St Joseph, south
St Marie, from Main, south
St Patrick, from St Alphonse, south
St Paul, from Yamaska River to north limits
St Peter, from Main, south-east
St Romuald, from Main, south
St Vincent, from Main to St Joseph
Victoria, from St Andre beyond St Louis
Visitation, from Jacques Cartier to St Peter
Yamaska, from east limits to west limits
FRELIGHSBURG.
In Januaiy, 18bl. Frelighsburg was incorporated as a village. It is on a
branch of the Pike River, in the parish of St. Armand East. Its situation
is ver}- pictures-que, being in a valley considerably depressed, the hills by
which it is surrounded assuming many varied forms, and from their
ditfering altitudes contrasting finely with each other. In the vicinity
are various pleasant drives ; that to Dunham, six miles distant, being
perhaps, unsurpassed for variety and beauty of scenery in any part of
the Dominion. The village contains a number of mercantile and manu-
facturing'establishments, and most of the various trades are also fairly re-
pi-esented ; but the most remarkable business feature in Frelighsburg is
the new, exceedingly commodious, and well arranged store of J. Lands-
berg, which, as an example of commercial enterprise, is unrivaled in the
county, nor is it probable that there is a similar establishment of the
78
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—FRELIGHSBURG.
same magnitude in the whole townships. It is an imposing red brick
edifice of lofty altitude, 80 x 60 feet, resting on a stone foundation of great
solidity.
THE BASEMENT,
which is very light, is eight feet clear in height, and is divided into four
compartments. One of these. 30 x 18 feet in size, having a separate en-
trance, thus making it distinct from the remainder, is used by William
Beattie, of Dunham, the well known butter buyer for A. A. Aver &, Co.,
of Montreal, large exporters of dairy produce, a.s a store room for butter.
The floor is cemented, and it is otherwise specially adapted for the keeping
of this valuable product fresh au'i cool for any length of time. Mr. IJeattie
is on hand every Saturday throughout the j-ear to pay cash for this com-
modity. Of the other divisions two are used by Mr. Landsberg for the
storage of dry and wet groceries, paints, oils, &c., while the fourth, which
is 80 X 30 feet, and is in the rear of the building, is made available for the
keeping of crockery, glassware and surplus groceries. Access to tiiis de-
partment is obtained by a wide entrance admitting an easy ingi'ess to the
many casks, hogsheads, bales and packing cases well stored with every
variety of goods with which this mammoth house is continually being
replenished. Taken collectivel}^, a noticeable feature consists of twelve
solid piers of brick which extend from the foundation, and are continued
from the first flat in timber to the top of the building, thus atfording an
unusually strong support. Here is also to be seen one of H. A. Boynton's
wood furnaces ; this, with the assistance of a large stove on the flat above,
will be sufficient to keep the place comfortably warm even on the coldest
days. Ascending to the
GROUND FLOOR
by a wide flight of stairs an apartment 80 x 60 feet and 12 feet in height
is reached. This is the main or principal business flat, and it will not be
devoid of interest to describe it in detail. The twelve columns previously
alluded to again meet the eye, now tastefully ornamented, having well
designed bracketed corners, embellished with intermediate decorated work
extending from pier to pier, the whole in conjunction with the fine coun-
ters, handsome shelving, carved ceiling and other accessories, producing
a very pleasing as well as striking effect. In all there are five counters.
Those on the north and south sides are each 60 teet in length. Meeting
the last mentioned at a right angle is one of the remaining three, 35 feet
long. The other two are center counters. In form they are three-sided,
the front or part facing the windows being 15 and the sides 22 feet each.
The full length of counter room is therefore, as will be seen from the
above, 265 feet. The space between the center counters and the window
sills, which are a yard in depth, thus affording a good surface on which to
di^play special lots, is 12 feet, and from one to the other, 15 feet ; from
the center to the side counters, 9 feet, and from the back of the counters
to ihe shelving,
3|
feet. The shelving, running the entire depth of the
buiUling, consists of six tiers, divided into six feet compartments supported
in the center, and varying in depth from 24 to 27 inches. Tiiey rest on
a bioad recess (very convenient on busy daj's as a temporary resting
place for goods), beneath which are two rows of drawers - feet in depth
by 3 in length. The opposite or north side is arranged in a manner al-
most precisely similar. Between the center counters stands the cashier's
desk, in appearance resembling those used in largo city establishments.
Due attention has been paid to an important matter—the admission of
light. In the front are four large windows 9 feet square, six large plate
COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI—FRELIOHSBURQ. 79
glass lights being in each sish. At the back there are three and at the
top ot' I be p.aiform, reached by a wide flight of steps (from which stairs
bi-anch to the right and lefi to the second flat), is another large window;
on this, a^ well as those in front, are exceedingly handsome store blit)d3
in ultia-mariiie and gold, approi^riately lettered, the work of that well-
known artist in this speciality, De Zouche, ot Montreal. As might be ex-
pected from the facts just given, the display of goods, to be in keejjing
with the surroundings, mu.>t be tirst-class, and such is in truth the case.
One of the entire counters is devoted exclusively to ladies' small wares,
fancy goods, ribbons, lace-i, &c., the other to groceries, hardware
an<l stationery. The south side contains dress good>, the shelving being
completely tilled with them; in the drawers are kept silks, satins, white
goods and so forth. The shelving and drawers meeting these hold, the
tirst, cloths and tweeds
;
the second, velvets and velveteens. On the
north side of the store the shelving for a distance of 30 feet is appropri-
ated to house furnishing goods, such as linen goods of all descriptions, of
which there is a very large stock kept, from the tine.st damasks to the
artisan's every day tatjle cloth, and these the proprietor imports direct
from the makers in Ireland and Scotland; table and piano covers, counter-
pane.s, damasks, reps, and flannels of all kinds, the remaining portion
being taken for the display of samples of crockery, glassware and lamps,
ttie stock of which is kept in the basement. The drawers extending for
about half the distance ot the counter are filled with knitted goods of all
kinds, i he rest of the space is filled with shelving contaitiing bleached,
and unbleached cotton, denims, ducks, ticks and yarns of all kinds.
THE SECOND PLAT
has a clear height of 10 feet, and less one moderate sized apartment is the
same size as the one previously described. It is appropriated to carpets,
oil cloths, clothing, gentlemen's furnishings, ladies' cloaks, wall papers
and reserved goods. Mr. Lundsberg carries a stock of from sixty to seventy-
five thousand dollars, never less than the first mentioned amount.
THE THIRD FLAT,
thanks to the mansard roof, is 11 feet clear, and raaj- eventually be utilized
by the enterprising proprietor as a manufoetory for clothing and mantles.
Ascending from here through a fine attic to the roof, which by the way
is iron, double-coated, with tire-proof paint, a hand>ome cupola is reached.
The view from this elevation is extremely fine. To the east, some four
miles distant, appears the elevated peak of Xorth Pinnacle, the highest
,
point in the Piovince of Quebec of the range known as the tireen Moua-
^'^
tains. On all sides.hillsor mountains of lesser magnitude, some near, others
away in the distance, meet the eye, while the many pretty dells and
meandering stream which fl(nvs by this picturesque village lends an ad-
ditional charm to the land.seape.
The architects of this fine building were the Messrs. P. & L. Lambkin, of Rice-
berg, from whose designs and under whose supervision it might not be
ami.ss to state many of the finest edifices, both of a public and private
character, throughout this section of country have been erected. They
were also the contractors for the woodwork. The manner in which they
have carried it out reflects upon them the utmost degree of credit. The
other contractors were : for the stone work, Robert and Thomas Rix, of
Bedford; plastering, the Messrs. Burley, of St. Armand Centre; painting,
Mr. Culleii, of Dunham
;
roofing, William A. Morrison, of Frelighsburg.
Where all have done well it is invidious to make a distinction
;
praise is
80 CODNTY OF MISSISQUOI—FRELIGHSBURG.
but the just due of every one of the contractors for the way in which they
have fulfilled their obligations. Before closing this sketch, it will be well
to mention that extending the length of the building is a platform four
feet in width, with hitching posts and rings at convenient distances, and
that to the south of the building is a carriage shed, running ninety feet
back from the street, expressly for the use ot the immense number of cus-
tomers resorting to this large, pojiular and continually expanding mam-
moth establishment. \
The Eastern Townships may properly be spoken of as the garden of the pro-
vince in which they are situated, and amongst other pi'oduets for which
they are specially noted maple sugar is not the least conspicuous. Im-
provements in the utensils required for the manufacture of this luxury
have been made from time to time, but it may be said that the climax has
been capped by those of which William A. Morrison of this village is the
inventor and patentee. His improved crimped Sap Kvaporator and
Heater has invariably taken the first prize wherever exhibited both in
the Dominion of Canada and the neighboring republic. Its points of ex-
cellence are economy in fuel, time and labor, as well as the production of
the very best quality of sugar. It is undeniably without a rival^ and the
inventor has had the satisfaction of receiving hundreds of testimonials
from pi-actical and experienced sugar manulacturers, resident in all parts
of Canada and elsewhere, attesting its undoubted superiority. Mi*. Morri*
son also manufactures and deals in tin, sheet iron and hardware, and does
a large business in tin, sheet and galvanized iron, slate and gravel roofing,
many of the most extensive undertakings of this character throughout
this section of country having been done under his supervision.
Though not actually so at present, it is expected, and with reason, that by the
summer of 1880 Frelighsburg will be a station on the line of the Montreal,
Portland and Boston Hallway, now open to Stan bridge East, but six miles
distant, and thus secure the advantages of direct railway communication.
Erelighsburg is a port of entry. For the year ending June 30th, 1879, the
imports were $7,098, while the exports amounted to $21,327.
It is distant from Abbott's Corner
2^
miles, Adamsville 18, Allen's Corner
15,
Bedford
lOJ,
Clarenceville
25|,
Cowansville 12, Dunham
6, East Bolton
32, Frost Village 31, Granby 28,
Henryville 21, L'Ange Gardien
25J,
Lawrenceville
42^,
Knowlton
21^,
Mansouville
25j,
Marieville,
34^, Milton
Corner
35J,
Mont'St. Hilaire
44J,
Noyan 28, Philipsburg
13, Pigeon Hill
5,
Richelieu 40,
Eoxton Fails 46, St. Alexandre 22, Ste. Angele
31, Ste.
Brigide 25, St. Cesaire 30, St. (Jregoire
30^,
St. Hilaire
48, St. Johns
31^,
St. Mathias 43, St. Paul de Abbottsford 32, Stukely 31, Sutton Flats
15,
Svveetsburg 14, Warden 36, Waterloo 30^,
Farnham 20 and West
''
Shefford 23 miles. Frelighsburg is a savings bank and money order office,
and has two daily mails. Population about 400.
Abbrevations Used:—Adv, advertisement;—bds, boards; do, same place or
same street; h, house, 'J'he names in capital lettei's are those of adverti-
sers and subscribers.
S^oiQ. —Street is understood ; example. Post office. South corner Main, means
South street corner Main street
American House, Thomas N. Shepard,
proprietor. South, corner East
Austin Cleland, manager at J. Lands-
berg's, South
Austin Thomas W., clerk, grocery
department at J. Landsberg's, East
Bazinet Joseph, painter, bds at Inter-
national Hotel, Main
BENOIT OLIVIER,
carriage maker
and undertaker. Special attention
paid to undertaking, for which all
requisites are kept. Black walnut,
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—FRELIGHSBURG.
rosewood and ash coffins, all sizes,
styles and pi-ices. always in stock.
The best and handsomest hearse in
the county for hire at reasonable
char<;es, also a second class hearse,
South, h do
Benoit Williatn, carriagemaker, East
BESSE GEORGE,
custom tailor.
Gentlemen's garments made to
order in the latest Paris, London
and New York fashions on the
shortest notice and at the most
moderate charges. A perfect fit
guaranteed, South, bds at Inter-
national Hotel, Main
Blinn Horace A., furniture dealer and
undei-taker, Hiver, h do
BOARD OF TRUSTEES,
Frelighs-
burg Grammar School, Elijah K.
Spencer, secretary-treasurer, office
Main
Burnet Robert, general clerk at J.
Landsberg's, bds at International
Hotel
Canada Methodist Church, Main, rev.
^ James E. Richardson, pastor, East
Carpenter Charles P., laborer. Main
CARPENTER HENRY HAYNES,
school teacher, Biver
Chad burn Thomas A., blacksmith and
horse shoer, Main, bds at Inter-
national Hotel
Chatfee Mrs. Jasper, East
CHAMBERLIN JOSHUA, MD-,
coroner district of Bedford, office
and residence
"
Inkerman," near
Frelighsburg
Clark Henry H., agent Hochelaga
Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Main
Clement Henry, saddle and harness
maker. Main, h do
Clement John K., marble works, Main,
h do
Cochran James, retired. Main
COMMISSIONERS' COURT
,
Parish of St Armand East, George
R. Marvin, clerk, office. Main
CORRIVEAU FRANK, JUN.,
bread, cracker and cake baker.
Brown, Graham, steam and cottage
bread, twists, Boston crackers and
cakes of all kinds delivered daily in
the village and twice a week in out-
side localities. Best articles and
lowest prices guaranteed, East, h do
Corriveau Napoleon, blacksmith. Main
Curtis Henry, principal Frelighsburg
Grammar School, bds with Ira
Smith, South
Custom House, Frederick J. P:irker,
collector. East
Dandurand Antoine, paintei', Main
Davidson rev. J. Burrows, M.A.,
Church ofEngland, Church
District school
,
teacher, East
Draper Ernest A., hair dresser, Inter-
national Hotel, h South
DYKE H- N-,
dealer in staple dry-
goods, groceries, provisions, crock-
ery, glassware, boots and shoes, &c.
The best place in the county to buy
the above for cash. River, h do
Dvke James, shoemaker. Main
DYKE MRS. H. N-,
milliner and
deaier in millinery goods
;
ribbons,
laces, gloves, shawls, feathers, flow-
ers, wools, &c., sold very low for
cash to suit the times, River, h do
Dyke T. B., boot and shoe maker. Main,
hdo
Fisher Oliver P., tinsmith. South
Freeman Otis C, farmer
Frelighsburg Circuit Canada Metho-
dist Church, rev. James E. Richard-
son, superintendent, East
Frelighsburg Grammar School, Main,
Henry Curtis, principal
FRELIGHSBURG TANNERY,
Welch & Hall, proprietors, manufac-
turers of sole leather. Main
Gendron Joseph, assistant postmaster,
South, corner Main
Gendron Octave, jobber, bds with P. R.
Yates, River
Grassette Andrew, laborer, South
Hall H. C. (Welch & Hall), resides at
Stan bridge East
Hibbard Ashley, railroad contractor,
lot 13 W, Parish of St Armand
East, P. 0. address Frelighsburg
Hibbard Francis A., civil engineer,
Hochelaga Mutual Fire Insurance
Co., Henry H. Clark, agent. Main
HOPE S. P.,
dealer in groceries of all
descriptions and provisions, of which
a good assortment is always kept
on hand at prices as low as at any
other house in the place. South
Hurl but Abel, retired. South
Hurlbut Miss Elvira, South
COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI—PRELIOHSBURG.
Hunter S. N., woolen mill uml Oirrner,
lot 42 W, Parish of St Aimand Ea«t,
post office address Freli,ii:li>biiri>-
Ins;alls Homer, marble \vork>, Enat
Dunham road
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL.
Hiram Mai-tin, proprietor. Commer-
cial and other travellers will tind
the best accommodation at this
house. Good sample rooms. Liverj
attached. Charges xevy moderate,
Main at the centre of the village
Isert Arthur, painter, bds at the In-
ternational Hotel, Main
Kemp A. S., millinery and millinery
goods, South, h do
Kemj) Mrs. Mai-v, wiilow Anson, East
LABONTY FREDERICK R..
but-
cher, dealer in Iresji meats of all
descriptions, tish and oysters, pells,
calfskins and hides. Dunham and
Philipsburg customers sii])])lied
twice a week. South, opposite J.
Landsberg's store, h East
Lafranier Francois, tanner, South
Lafranier Isaac, mason, South
Latranier Moisc, mason, South
Lagrange Isaac, cancer doctor, lot 43
W
,
Parish of St Armand East, P. O.
address Prelighsbui'g
Lahaise Jacob, boot and shoe maker,
South
LANDSBERG J.,
importer and
dealer in tancy and staple dry goods,
carpets, oil cloths, ready made
clothing, furs, hats and caps, boots
and shoes, groceries, provisions,
ci'ockery, glassware, paints, oils, &c..
South, h do, also at Cowansville. See
Adv outside
front cover
LAROSE M.,
liealer in boots and
shoes, groceries, provisions, tobaccos,
. cigars, patent medicines, fruits, con-
fectionery, clocks, watches, jewel-
lery and ammunition of all kinds.
South, h do. See Adv page 9
Lavery William, custom tailor. Main
L'Ecuyer Loren, carriage maker, lot
10 W, Parish of St Armand East,
P. 0. address Frelighsburg
Leonard Mrs. Mary Ann, widow, tail-
oress, Main
Litno Peter H., blacksmith, lot 10 W,
Parish of St Armand East, post office
address Frelighsburg
LORTIE EDWARD,
dr.der in dry
goods,
groceries, provisions, patent
medicines, small wares, hats and
caps, wall papers window shailes,
&c. Prices as low a^ the same ijoods
are sold for elsewheie, and all
ai-licles of a good ijuality, ^onth, h
do
Macarty Miss Dellie, dressmaker,
South, corner Main
MARTIN C. R.,
clerk at Interna-
tional
Hotel, >lain
MARTIN HIRAM,
proprietor Inter-
national Hotel. Commei-cial and
other travellers will tind the be-t ac-
commodation at thi> hou.se. Good
samjde rooms. Livery attached.
Charges very moderate, ^Iaiu at the
center of the village
MARVIN GEORJE R.,
dealer in
gro(-eries, provisions, tobacco, cigars,
confectionery, fancy goods, toys,
school and other books, stationery,
etc., U. S. consular agent, and secre-
tary-treasurer of the village of
Frelighsburg, Main
McQuilien James, general clerk at J.
Landsberg's, bds with J. Lands-
berg
MERCIER WILLIAM,
foreman at
Welcli it Hall's tannei-y. Main
Mercier Zephirin, tannvir. Main
MESSIER MICHEL,
carriage and
general blacksmitli and horseshoer
;
every description of blacksmith's
work, including re])airs, done on the
shortest notice, in the most work-
manlike manner, and at the lowest
pi ices. Hoi-ses shod on the most
approved principle. South, h do
MISSISQUOI AND ROUVILLE
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE
CO-,
Elijah E. Spencer, agent, office
Main
Montreal Telegraph Co., Frederick J.
I^arker, manager. East
MORRISON WILLIAM A ,
manu-
facturer and dealer in tin, sheet
iron and hardwan'. ; tin, sheet and
galvanized iron, slate and gravel
roofer. Seven tirst prizes and medal
at Grand Dominion Exhibition,
Ottawa, 1879, tor best sap evapo-
rator and best collection of sugaring
utensils, East, h do. See Adv page 9
COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI—PRELIGHSBURG, 83
MUNICIPALITY OF THE PA-
RISH OF ST. ARMAND EAST,
Elijah E. Spencer,
seeTetiiry-lrea-
sxirer, office, Main
MUNICIPALITY OF THE VIL-
LAGE OF
FRELIGHSBURG,
George li Marvin, secretary-trea-
surer, office. Main
/fNESBITT G-. K-.
^r\Ht mill, Eiyer,
al^o flouring mill, &c., Cowansville,
resides at Cowansville
O'Neil Martin, steam saw mill, North
Pinnacle road, resides Dunham, post
office address Frelighsburg
Parker Frederick J., collector of
customs and manager Montreal
Telegraph Co., Kast, h do
Parkin Joseph, laborer. Main
PATTERSON JOSEPH G ,
en-
gineer at Welch ii, IJall's tannery.
South
POST OFFICE,
Elijah Rowell, post-
master, t^outh corner Maiu
Eeid Miss Jane, East
RevnoMs Klijah S.. retired, Main
REYNOLDS FREDERICK S-,
dealer in ttapledry goods, hardware,
cutlery, groceries, provisions, crock-
ery, paints, oils, &c., of which a
good assortment is constantly kept
on hand at lowest rates, Main, bds
at International Hotel, Main
Eichard L. E., dry goods clerk at J.
Landsberg's
Eichardson rev. James E., pastor
Canada Methodist Church, East
Robert Frank, carpenter and joiner,
River
ROWELL ELIJAH,
physician and
surgeon, dealer in pure drugs and
chemicals, perfumery, toilet articles,
&c., and postmaster, South corner
Main, h do
SCHOOL MUNICIPALITY OF
FRELIGSBURGH,
i^^lijah E.
Spencer, secretary-treasurer, office
Main
Scott Miss Azubah, dressmaker, South
corner Main
Shejiard Thomas N., proprietor Amer-
ican House, South corner East
Smith Ira A., farmer, South
Smith James H., insurance agent,
South corner Main
SMITH NORMAN A-.
M.D., phy-
sician and surgeon, office and resi-
dence. South
SPENCER ELIJAH E ,
farmer,
secret:u\y-treasuier Municipality of
the Parish of St. Arman<i East,
school municipality of Frelighs-
burg, board of trustees Frelighs-
burg Grammar School, and agent
Missisfiuoi and Rouville Mutual
Fire Insurance Co, office and resi-
dence Main
Steinhour David, carpenter and joiner.
East, h do
Steinhour Edgar, laborer. Main
Steinhour George, carpenter and
joiner. East, h do
Steinhour Mrs. Hannah, widow David,
River
Stow A. M., foundry and saw mill,
East Dunham road
Titemore Miss Caroline, seamstress,
East
TOWN HALL,
River
Trinity church, rev. J.
Burrows David-
son, M.A., rector. Church
UNITED STATES CONSULAR
AGENCY,
George R. Marvin,
agent, office Main
VINCENT PHILIPPE,
manager at
G. K. Nesbitt's grist mill. River
WELCH & HALL,
(I. A. Welch
and H. C. Hall) manufacturei'S of
sole leather, Frelighsburg Tannery,
Main
;
also at Stan bridge East
Welch I. A., (Welch & Hall) resides
at Stanbridge East
Wells Everett E., East
Wells George W., bailiff Superior
Court, district of Bedford, and pre-
ventive officer, East
Yates Philip E., butcher, River, h do
8-i COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—HASEVILLE—MALMAISON.
HASEVILLE.
A post office ill the township of Stanbridge, 5 miles from the town of Farn-
ham.
Bissonnette .To-^eph, blacksmith
Bleau Joseph, farmer
Durocher P., farmer
Goudreau H., farmer
Hase James, farmer
Hase John, farmer
Hase Thomas, farmer and postmaster
Hungerford Samuel, farmer
Kemp L. S. W., farmer
Monet Joseph
Montplaisir Joseph, farmer
Post office, Thomas Hase, postmaster
Scott Freeman, farmer
Truax Richard, fr.rmer
MALMAISON.
(DES RIVIERES STATION)
Malmaison post oflBce is about half a mile from the Des Rivieres Station of the
Central Vermont Railway. It is pleasantly situated on the shores of the
Pike River, parish of Notre Dame des Anges, township of Stanbridge.
Population, includiflg Des Rivieres Station, about 175.
Alexandre David, J.
P.,
grocer
Alexandre J. Bte
,
laborer
Baker William,juii., sectionman C.V.R.
Baker William, sen., pensioner
Best E., farm laborer
Bordeau F. X., hay presser
Bordeau George, hay presser
Central Vermont Railway, Joshua M.
Ferris, station agent
Cote Charles, farmer
Cote Pierre, laborer
Cote T., farmer
Crothers James, J.P., postmaster, saw-
mill owner and mayor of Notre
Dame des Anges
Des Rivieres F. G.,J.P.
Ewing George, hay presser
Ewing John, hay and grain dealer
Ferris George, farm laborer
Ferris Joshua M., station agent Cen-
tral Vermont Railway, agent Mon-
treal Telegraph Co., and United
States and Canada Express Co.
Fraser William, farmer
Gall Archibald, gardener
Hanigan John, saw and grist mill and
lumber dealer
Hanigan John William, telegraph
operator
HANIGAN WILLIAM,
dealer in
groceries and provisions of all des-
criptions, including all articles in
these lines required for household
use, of the best quality, and at prices
as low as it is possible to sell them,
also cattle dealer, opp Central Ver-
mont Railway depot
Jourdanais Joseph, laborer
Lamair Jules, sectionman C.V.R.
Laparche Charles, blacksmith and
horseshoer
Lavoie A., laborer
Leblanc David, sectionman C.V.R.
Leblanc Joseph, farmer
Leblanc Regis, farmer
Maloy Patrick, section foreman C.V.R.
Maloy Thomas, sectionman C.V.R.
Menard Charles, farm laborer
Miller Charles, farm laborer
Miller George, farmer
Miller Luke, fiirmer
Montreal Telegraph Co., Joshua M.
Ferris, agent
Plante Arthur, miller
Plante F. X
,
miller
Plantier Charles, laborer
Roy Pierre, grocer
SimardJ. Bte., school teacher, secre-
tary-treasurer parish of Notre Dame
des Anges
Spear Henry, farmer
Therien Jos., jun., sectionman C.V.R
Thdrien Joseph, sen., grocer
United States and Canada Express Co.,
Joshua M. Ferris, agent
Varieur Toussaint, laborer
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—MEIGES' CORNERS—MIRANDA

MOORE's STATION. 85
MEiaES CORNER.
A settlement in the township of Dunliain, three miles from Stanbridge
East and the same distance Ironi Dunluim. These places are the nearest
post offices. Population about 75.
Barnes Louis, farmer
Boucher Jean Ba])Liste, laborer
Crilly Tliomas, farmer
Gales Charles S., farmer
Irving John, farmer
Meiges Abel D., farmer
Kykerd Asa, fiirmcr
Ten Eyck Andrew, farmer
Ten bj^'ck Henry, farmer
Traver Levi, farmer
Worden Cliarles K., farmer
Worden Johnson, farmer
MIRANDA.
In the parish of Pt. Thomas de Foucault, seigniories of Noyan and Foucault,
is simply a post-office in an agricultural section of country established
for the convenience of the surrounding farming communit}', all of whose
names will be found in the Farmers Directory of the Pai-ish of St. Thomas
de Foucault, making it unnecessary to repeat them here.
Derick Stephen B., farmer and post-
master
John on J.
parish
D., J.
P.,
mayor of the
MOORE S STATION.
A post office in the parish of St. Armand West, distant from Philipsburg on
Missisquoi Bay 4 miles, and St. Johns 22 miles. As will be observed by
the following list of names, the community represent but one interest,
though a most important one—the agricultural.
Bessette Henry, farmer
Bockus Daniel, farmer
Bockus John, farmer
Camel John, farmer
Camel Martin, farmer
Crothers George, farmer
Crothers Joseph, farmer
Gamache Narcisse, laborer
Gauthier John, carpenter
Gauthier Paul, laborer
Moore H. D., farmer
Moore hon. P. H.
Moore P. C, farmer
Moore Mrs. W. A., widow
Newton William, farmer
Rhineheart Walter, laborer
Rosen berger Daniel, former
Smith Joseph, farmer
Surprenant Antoine, farmer
Throop F. H., farmer
Throop H. S., farmer
Tittemore Charles, farmer
Tittemore Peter, farmer
86 COU^TY OF MISSISQUOI—MYSTIC.
MYSTIC,
Both in itself and surroundings, presents an appearance of thrift and comfort
so marked as to be clearly apparent to the most superficial observer.
This r.rett}* village, containing from three hundred to three hundred and
fifty inhabitants, is situated in the township of Stanbridge, within two
miles of Bedford, the chef-Ueu of the count}-. It is a station on the line
of the Lake Champlain and St. Lawrence Junction Railway, and is also
but four miles from Stanbridge Station on the Central Vermont, and
three from Des Rivieres Station on the same line. A want in the village
is now in course of being supplied by the erection of a fine two and a
half story hotel, opposite the railway depot. Its prosperity is in no
inconsiderable degi'ee due to the enterprise of Mr. A. S. Walbridge, the
enterpi-ising proprietor of the Mystic Iron works. These very successful
works were established in the spring of 1868, one building at that time
being sufiicient to meet the demands of business. Since then, as the busi-
ness expanded, the buildings have been extended from time to time, till
they now consist of the largest premises in his branch of manufacture in
the county of Missisquoi, if not in the- large section of country known
as the Eastern Townships. The buildings, appurtenances and ground
attached cover an area of about three acres, and are very conveniently
situated within twenty rods of Mj'stic Station. The power is supplied
partly by water and partly by steam, and in the south end of the main
building a new boiler and engine of twenty-five horse power has just
been placed. The main building is of brick and wood, 106 x 30 feet,
part of it containing three and part tour floors. The ground floor is
used as a machine shop. It contains one large iron planer, one
very large heavy engine lathe, 21 feet long, turning 12 feet, nine other'
lathes of various sizes, drills, and also improved bolt and gear cutters.
On the second floor is the wood room, containing planes and saws, also
planer, tongue and groover. The building next to this is 30 x 36,
and is
used as a boiler and blacksmiths' shop. Then there is the building used
as a toundr\', in which is a furnace and cranes for casting machinery. This
is a one ami two story' brick structure, with fire- proof roof, 30 x 72 feet;
and another one, also of brick, with same description of roof as that last
mentioned, 30 x 72 feet, and of two and three storys in height. The first
floor is used as a store room for machinery, while the second is utilized
tor the keeping of patterns. In addition to these there are three large
sheds fi)r holding lumber and stock. Just above the Mj'stic Iron works,
and, like them, in close proximity to the railway station, is a three story
building, containing saw, planing and shingle mills, as well as several
smaller saws adapted to various kinds of work. Uf these Mr. A. S.
Walbridge is also the proprietor. At the Mystic Iron works is manufac-
tured jnachinery of all kinds, tire engines, and agricuUural implements
of every possible description. For more complete information in refer-
ence to this the reader is referred to page 3. These model works, and
they really deserve this name, give constant employment to from 15 to 26
artizans.
With a short description of the well known cheese factory of Mr. A. E. Bockus,
this brief sketch of one of the pleasantest villages in the country will be
closed. This factory was established in 1871 by the present owner in
conjunction with several other gentlemen, but for the last five years he has
been the sole proprietor. It is known as the '-Pioneer Cheese Factory,"
and cheese bearing this brand has always commanded the highest market
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI MYSTIC.
|iiic-e, a ^u^e test of its uniform and superior excellence. Than this factory
there aie few as large and none larger in tlie c<^untr3^ Its capacit}' for
the making of cheese is over 700 lbs. a day. to produce which not less
than 7.000 ll>s. of milk are required. The water and pasturage in the
vii'iiiiiy of Mystic being e.xc-eiilcnt, the milk furnished by the farmers of
the neighboihood to this factory is all that couid lie desired.
*
Note. Tlie following names include most of the farmers of the surrounding
srctioii within d limit of about two miles ofthe post office. Anj' within
that i-ange not here, will be found, as wt-ll as all others in the munici-
pality in which Mystic is situated, in the Farmer's I drectory of the Town-
ship of Stan bridge.
Adams Mrs. Kosina, widow William
Atkinson William, farmer
Bariics (leorye ., tanner
BARNES Gr. E-.
dealei- in dry goods,
groceries, jjrovisions, boots and
shoes, hardwaie, &o., cheap for cash.
or tai-m {troduce taken in exchange
at highe-t inai-ket rates
BOCKUS A. E-,
proprietor Pioneer
Ciicese Factory and farmer
Bockus capt Judson, farmer
Bockus Charles, pattern maker
Bockus II. K
,
carpenter and joiner
Bockus J. E., farmer
Bockus John J , farmer
Bockus Mrs. Virtue, "widow capt. H. N.
Bockus Richmond, farmer
Bockus Willington, ftirmer
Boomhower Alonzo, farmer
Boombower James, former
Boudreau Josepli, moulder
Brown James, tarmer
Capsey George, advocate, secretary-
treasurer Missisquoi County Coun-
cil, office Court House, Main, L. B.,
resides at Mystic
Capsey James H., farmer
Capsey John, laborer
Clow Milo, machinist
Corey Xorman, carpenter and joiner
Corey Varian, machinist
Cyr Joseph, jun., farmer
Bemers Jean Baptitte, farmer
District school No.
6, Miss Emma
Fairtield, teacher
Douglas xMiss Jane, farmer
Dunn Kichard, farmer
Fairtield Miss Emma, teacher district
school No. 6
Goudreau Isaie, farmer and store
keeper
Guertin Theophile, farmer
Guillotte Louis, farmer
Juari-e Edouard, farmer
Juarre Jean Bte. jun., farmer
Juarre Jean Bte., sen., farmer
Juarre Jean Marie, farmer
Juarre Moi~e, tarmer
Landry Jean I3te., farmer
Matoh Robert, blacksmith and horse-
shfHT
MILLS J. N-,
dealer in family groce-
ries and dry goods, of which a good
assort ment is constantly kept on
hand and sold cheap for cash. Ash-
ton's factory-tilled salt always in
stock. Farm produce taken in ex-
change, and highest market price
allowed. Call and see
MonbK-au Napoleon, laborer
MYSTIC IRON WORKS,
A, S.
Wal bridge, proprietor. iSee Adv
page 3
Page Parker, farmer
Pendlebery James, farmer
Pharo Frank, machinist
Phelps Charles J., assistant postmas-
ter and carpenter
Phel]>s Josepli A., postmaster and far-
mer
Phelps Major, farmer
Phelps Mrs. x\lvina, widow Joel
Phelps Mrs. Isabella, widow Hiram
Pinsonneault Theophile, tarmer
PIONEER CHEESE
FACTORY,
A. L Bockus, proprietor
Post office, Joseph A. Phelps, post-
master
Proctor C. J., farmer
Proctor Chaides J., jun., farmer
Proctor Peter, carpenter
Racine Levi, laborer
Reed James, farmer
Reed Mrs. Nancy, widow Robert
Rosen berger Leonard, farmer
Sawyer Andrew, farmer
88 'county of MISSISQUOI—MYSTIC—NORTH PINNACLE.
Sherman Mrs. Charles H.
Stone Charles, farmer
Sugirett George, blacksmith
SULLEY G-EORGrE,
secretary-treas-
urer Township of Stanbridge Muni-
cipality, Co. of Missisquoi Agricul-
tural society and Board of School
Commissioners, oflSce Court House,
L B. resides at Mystic
Vaughan Charles, farmer
Vaughan Charles, music teacher
Vaughan David, farmer
Yaughan D. N., farmer
Vaughan Hiram, farmer
Vaughan John, former
Vaughan Rodger, farmer
WALBRIDGE A- S.,
proprietor
Mystic Iron works. See Adv page 3
Walker C. M., bulkier
Wanzer Moses, farmer
Wanzer Mrs. Caroline, widow Silas
Wanzer William, farmer
Watson Charles, farmer
Watson David, farmer
Willey Daniel, laborer
NORTH PINNACLE.
A post office in the parish of St. Armand East, established in 18t)5. The high
mountain in its immediate vicinity is a prominent feature in the landscape,
but as it has already been spoken of in the sketch given of the enterprising
village of Frelighsburg, which is but a few miles from it, it would be a
needless repetition to repeat here what was said there.
The first settlement in the neighborhood of the Pinnacle appears to have
been made about the year 1796, by Mr. Euben Dodge, who made a clear-
ing to the north of it. A Mr. Holiday was another of the earliest pioneers.
He built a saw mill, which, with other property in his possession, he dis-
posed of to Mr. Vinten Barnes, the grandfather of the present postmaster.
There is but one store here, and that is more than a mile from the post-office,
while the trades are repi-esented by one carpenter and one carriage maker,
therefore it might be described as a post-office in an agricultural community
established for the convenience of the sarrounding population.
Barnes Vinten, postmaster
Burns G., farmer
Calhoun R. A., farmer
Chaburn George C, bailiff Superior
Court, district ofBedford, preventive
officer and liarmer
Cowan Bennet. farmer
Cowan Henry, farmer
Deming Alpheus, farmer
Deming A. N., retired
Deming xM. J., J.P.
Ferres J. T., carpenter and storekeeper
Ferres J. W., farmer
Giddingb Thomas, laborer
Harvey Bernai'd, retired
Harvey Edward, farmer
Jenne George C, farmer
Jenne L. D., farmer
Johnson Lewis, former
McDonald Jeremiah, farmer
McGrath John, farmer
McGrath —
,
jun., farmer
McKelve}^ James, farmer
McLaughlin Patrick, farmer
Officer David, farmer
Owens Benijah, farmer
Owens Edson, farmer
Prouty W, W., former
Sherrer John, farmer
Smith L. E., farmer
Spencer E. S., farmer and carriage
manufacturer
COUNTY OF MIS8ISQU0I—NORTH STANBRIDGE—NOYAN.
89
NORTH STANBRIDGE.
A post office in the township of Stanbridge, established for the convenience of
the surrounding section, which is almost exclusively agricultural.
Distant from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 4 miles; Stanbridge East,
3 miles
;
and from Stanbridge Station, 7 miles, Mails tri-weekly.
Allard D., merchant
Bertrand Simon, farmer
Best Thomas, farmer
Billadoux Henry, laborer
(Campbell T., laborer
Ch artier Israel, farmer
Chartier Joseph, farmer
Chartier M., farmer
Church of St Ignace, rev. Edmond
Lassard, parish priest
Currie Horatio N., insurance agent
and farmer
Daudelin A Iphonse, farmer
Daudelin Eli, farmer
Daudelin Frank, trader
Daudelin J. Bte., farmer
Daudelin Olivier, farmer
District School Xo. 6,
Miss Grace
Phelps, teacher
Ducloi^ Pierre, farmer
tralipeau Damase, farmer
Girard P., shoemaker
Hawkins S., laborer
Lassard rev. Edtnond, parish priest
Lefort Honore, farmer
Melladj- Philip, pedlar
Paquette J. Bte., farmer
Pepin J. Bte., stonemason
Phelps A. D., farmer
Phelps Mi.ss Grace, teacher District
School Xo. 6
Polander J., wheelwright
POST OFFICE,
A. M. Stone, post-
master
Robert Antoine, farmer
Ross William, farmer
Russell Alfred, farmer
Russell Ernest, farmer
Russell E. C, farmer
Sawyer Andrew, farmer
Sawyer Joseph, cheese maker
Sawyer Robert, farmer
Schoolcraft Myron, farmer
Schoolcraft William, farmer
Simard J. Bte., farmer
Smith Joseph, tarmer
Stearns A., farmer
STANSTEAD AND SHER-
BROOKE COUNTIES MUTU-
AL FIRE INSURANCE CO ,
one
of the best and most reliable compa-
nies doing business in, and one of the
two oldest of, the Eastern Town-
ships. All losses promptly paid. A.
M. Stone, agent
STONE A. M.,
postmaster, farmer,
and agent lor the Stanstead and
Sherbrooke Counties Mutual Fire
Insurance Co., noted for prompt
settlement of losses
Stone Leonard, farmer
Suggett George, blacksmith and
farmer
Thompson John, farmer
Thompson William, laborer
Vanasse Alphonse L., blacksmith
NOYAN.
The parish of St. Thomas de Foucault comprises the western parts of the
Seigniories of Noyan and Foucault. Noyan is the principal, in tact the only
village in the parish, Miranda, the only other post office in it, being estab-
lished simply tor the benefit of the exclusively agricultural community
in its vicinity\ The parish is as well settled as any in the county, in the
townships, in the Province, in the Dominion or anywhere. Every acre of
it is under cultivation, and beyond that it is impossible to go.
Noyan is pleasantly situated. One mile west of it is the Richelieu River, which
is crossed by a ferry, and from this point the LacoUe Station of the Mont-
real, St. Johns and Rouse's Point section of the Grand Trunk Railway of
G
90 COUJTTT OP MISSISQUOI—NOTAN—NUTT S CORNERS,
Canada is distant but one half mile. Two miles east of the village is
Clarenceville, the principal place in either of the seigniories above men-
tioned. Mails daily. Population about 100.
Derick Alexander, farmer
Derick Henry M., retired
DERICK L- H-,
general merchant,
dealer in dry goods, gi'oceries, pro-
visions, crockery, glassware, boots
and shoes, hats and caps, ready
made clothing, hardware, paints,
oils, glass and every article usually
kept in a tirst-class general store.
Also secretary-treasurer of the mu-
nicipality of the parish of St Tho-
mas de Foucault
Derick Melvin C, farmer
Derick Newbery E., farmer
Derick Norman H., farmer
Derick Philo, farmer
Derick T. B., postmaster and farmer
Derick William J,, general merchant
District School No.
4,
Cyrus Labounty,
teacher
Du Vernet rev. Canon Edward, rector
of Clarenceville, resides at Clarence-
ville
Farrell Eobert G., produce dealer
Fox Samuel, boot and shoe maker
Hislop Edmund, farmer
Hislop William, farmer
Johnson Mrs. Leonard, widow
Labounty Cyrus, teacher district
school No. 4
LeKoy Soper, watch and clock repairer
Methodist Church ofCanada, rev. John
Stewart, pastor, resides at Clarence-
MUNICIPALITY OF THE PA-
RSIH OF ST THOMAS DE
FOUCAULT,
L. H. Derick, secre-
tai'y-treasurer
Murray Dennis, pensioner
Post office, T. B. Derick, postmaster
Robinson Thomas C, carriagemaker
Kourk Andrew, boot and shoe maker
Rourk William, fsirmer
Spears John D., blacksmith and horse
shoer
Stewart rev. John, pastor Methodist
Church of Canada, resides at Cla-
renceville
Struthers George, carpenter and joiner
St Thomas church, rev. Canon Edward
Du Vernet, rector of Clarenceville,
resides at Clarenceville
Vaughan Gershan, farmer
NUTT'S CORNERS.
A Post Office in the parish of St. George de Clarenceville, which parish is
partly in the Seigniory of Noyan and partly in that of Foucault. Distant
from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county,
14^ miles, and from Clarence-
ville, the principal centre of trade in the Seigniories of Noyan and Fou-
cault, 2i.
Brown William, farmer and carpenter
Bullock John, farmer
Cheesman Aaron, farmer
Cheesman Frederick, farmer
Cheesman Silas, farmer
Criller George A., farmer and carpen-
ter
Dean James, farmer
Edy P. II., farmer
Finlay James, farmer
Finlay William, farmer
Gibson George, farmer
Gilbert Israel, farmer
Hall Joseph, farmer
Hawley Asahel, J.
P., farmer
Hawley Claude, farmer
Hawley David, farmer
Hawley G. 11., farmer
Hawley James W. M., farmer
Hawley John A., farmer
Hawley Mrs. Hcman, widow
Hawley Ecuben, farmer
Hawley Stoddard, farmer
Hawley William G., farmer
Johnson Henry, farmer
Lake Hawley, farmer
McNeil R. J., farmer
Miller Adam, farmer
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—NUTT 8 CORNERS—PHILIPSBURQ. 91
Miller Henry, farmer
Miller John, farmer
Mosher Edward, farmer
Nutt David, postmaster and farmer
Post Office, David Nutt, postmaster
Saxton Geori^e, farmer
Schoolcraft David, farmer
Schoolcraft Israel, farmer
Spear John, farmer
Tuj'lor A., farmer
PHILIPSBURG.
Missisquoi Bay, an arm of Lake Champlain, is ten miles in length, with a
varying breadth, being at the widest six miles. Its general depth is about
eighteen feet, though in many jjlaces it exceeds this considerably. Flow-
ing into it are the waters of several rivers, —the Pike, on the north shore;
the Rock, a moderate sized stream, at the south, a little east of llighgate
Spi'ings, in the State of Vermont; and the Missisquoi, by three outlets at
the south-west, west of Missisquoi Point
Fish abound in its waters. Shad, black bass, pickerel, pike, perch, and almost
all kinds of the smaller varieties are waiting, perhaps not anxiously, but
still waiting to be caught, and, as sooner or later they are pretty sure of
being captured, they do not wait in vain. In the fall the efforts of the sports-
man are often rewarded by the securing of a sturgeon all the way from
fifty to seventy-five and sometimes a hundred pounds in weight. 'I'he shores
Jikewisc have their attractions,—duck, snipe, plover and partridge fre-
quenting the banks and vicinitj'in sufficient numbers to afford most excel-
lent sport Delightfully situated on the northern shore of this beautiful
Bay stands the calm, the quiet, and the picturesque village of Philip^burg.
As a summer residence, no more desirable locality could be chosen. It is
of ea.sy acces.s, being now within two miles of St Armand a station of the
Central Vermont, one of the best roads in Canada, and is likely to become,
in a short time, the actual terminus of the Lake Champlaia and St. Law-
rence Junction Railway, now built to Sianbi-idge Station, only five miles
distant. At present this road is open from the place just mentioned to
St. Guillaume. When completed the termini will be Philipsburg and a
point on the River St. Lawrence opposite Three Rivers.
The post office name of the village is Philipsburg Kast It possesses a very
superior hotel, the rooms, table, and attendance being all that could be
de.>ired.
Philipsburg was incorporated as a village in 1846. It is in the Parish of St.
Armand West, has two mails daily to all points, contains a population of
about four hundred, and is distant from Bedford, the
chef
lieu of the county,
8 miles, Clarenceville 12 miles. Cowansville 23 miles, DesRivieres 8 miles,
Dunham 18 miles, Fi*elighsburg 12 mile^, Pike iiiva'r 6 miles, Stanbi-idge
East 11 miles, St. Johns
2-'
miles, Sweetsburg 2.5 miles, and from Mon-
treal 50 miles, Kingston 212 miles, Toronto 383 miles, Himiiton 4! 1 miles,
St. Catharines 442 miles, London 488 miles, and Liverpool, Enirland, via
Montreal, 2292 miles.
Audette William, farm laborer. South
Beatty Christopher C, mail agent, St
James
Best Edward, fisherman, Russell
Bibeau Olivier, carpenter, Rhodes
Blanchard John, laborer, Day
Blaney James, pensioner
Briar Mrs. John, Water
BRIGHAM J. S., M.p.,
office and
residence Craig
Brookes Adolphus, laborer. Day
Brookes Mrs. Joseph, Day
Burke David, retired, Day
Cadoret Elie. laborer, Water
Cadoret Henri, Water
Canada Methodist Caurcb,rev. Richard
Robinson, pastor
92 COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—PHILIPSBURG.
CARR
JAMES I-,
dealer in all kinds
of groceries and provisions, of which
a good assortment is constantly
kept on hand at lowest possible
prices, Ehodes, h Water
Cheesman C. H., J. P., mayor of Philips-
burg, president Missisquoi and
Eouville Mutual Fire Insurance Co.,
office Rhodes, h Craig
Colton John, laborer, St Armand
station road
Commissioners Court, Parish of St
Armand West, D. T. K. Nye, clerk,
Cook George, Day
Crothers T. C., tailor. Day, h do
Curtis Eli, carriagemaker, East, h do
Deuel Charles, Da}-
Dominion Telegraph Co., Valentine G.
Hunt, agent, Philips
Eaton Mrs. Mary, widow J. W., Day
Eaton Wyatt, artist, Day
Elder William, tinsmith. Day
Farber J. A,, baker. East, h do
Ford Lauson, J. P., Craig
Gibson Clark, blacksmith and borse-
shoer. Day, h St Armand Station
road
Guerin Jos, general dealer, Rhodes,h do
Head Joseph, laborer,
Hogle A, F,, stage pi-oprietor. Day
Holt Mrs. Eliza, widow John S., St
James
Hungerford George W., carpenter and
joiner, East
Hunt Valentine G., agent Montreal
'i'elegraph Co., Philips
Hulchison Mrs, Belinda, Day
Jameson Stevenson, J.P., lumber
mei'chant and farmer, Ehodes
Kay Frederick William, South
Kerley Lawrence, Craig
Luke Jacob, retired, Day
Luke Philip E., sub-collector of cus-
toms, office J^ay
McLeod James, painter, Charles
McLcod Joseph, painter. Water
Mclicod Thomas, painter, Colborne
Menard Hercule, carpenier and joiner.
Water
Missisquoi and Rouville Mutual Fire
Insurance Co., head office Philips-
burg, C. R. Cheesman, president; A.
D. Struthers, secretary-treasurer,
office Ehodes
Missisquoi House, Stephen Rhicard,
proprietor, Day corner Rhodes
Montgomery rev. H., Day
Moore David, carpenter and joiner,
Day
Moore William, laborer. Day
Moore Z. Willoughby, farmer, Craig,
Municipality village of Philipsburg
D. T. R. Nye, secretary-treasurer,
office Charles
Nye D. T.K., lieut,-col. reserved militia
Missisquoi, jx>stmaeter, secretary-
' treasurer village of Philipsburg,
commissioner Superior Court, and
clerk of the Commissioners Court,
office and residence Charles
Olcott Miss Lj^iia S., Day
Olds 3Ielanctbon D., gardener, Day
Philipsburg and St Armand Station
Stage line, A. F, Hogle, proprietor,
Day
Philipsburg Model School, Robert B.
f
Struthers, principal
Pike 0. >!., watch inakei', St Armand
Station road
Post Office, D. T. R. Nye, postmaster,
Charles
Rhicard Stephen, proprietor Missis-
quoi House, Day corner Rhodes
Rivei-s Eli, laborer. Philips
Rivers Levi, mason, Water
Robinson rev. Richard, pastor Canada
tiethodist Church
Russell Mrs. S. B., widow P. P., Craig
Smith Miss Helen A., Day
Smith William A., agent, Rhodes
Sumerville Andrew, mail agent, Craig
St Armand Circuit, Canada Methodist
Church, rev. Richard Eobinson, su-
perintendent
St John Charles, school teacher, Day
St John Mrs. Julia, widow Charles, Day
St Paul's Church, Day, rev. William
Westover
Struthers Alexander B., machinist,
Philips
Struthers A. D., secretary-treasurer
Missisquoi and Rouville 3Iutual Fire
Insurance Co., Charles corner
Philips
Struthers Robert B., principal Philips-
burg Model School, Philips corner
Charles
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—PHILIPSBURQ PIERCETON—PIGEON HILL, 93
Sjmnis & Bro. (William and Horatio
Synims), carria2;e manufacturers, St
James corner Philips
Sj-mms Horatio (Sjnims & Bro.),
South
Symms William (Sjmms & Bro.),
Charles
Symms William A., South
Tye Seth, hostler Missisquoi House
Tyo Thomas, laborer, Day
Viali Zeb, laborer, Rhodes
Watson Amos, plasterer and mason,
Water
Westover rev. William, St Paul's
Church, resides with Z. W. Moore,
Craifi^
Whitwell William, M.D., office
Rhodes, h East
PIERCETON.
A small villa<re in the parish of St Ignace, township of Stanbridi^e. The
JRiver Pike, on the north branch of which it is situated, affords good
water power. The first settlers in this vicinitj' wei-e members of the
Briggs, Gage, Pierce and Williams families, the first settlement being
made about the j-ear 1825. Distant from Stanbridge East 5 miles. Mails
semi-weekly. Population of village and vicinity about 200.
Boomhower Horatio, farmer
Boomhower Walter, farmer
Briggs I)orwin, tarmer
Briggs EI wyn, farmer
Briggs James, postmaster
Briggs Mrs., widow George, farmer
Burnett James, farmer
Burnett John, farmer
Burnett Eobert, farmer
Casey Benjamin, farmer
Clafflin Gardner, farmer
Clow Joseph, farmer
Corey Alva, sawyer
Corey Orson, farmer
Corey Sylvester, sawyer
Elliott John, farmer
Elliott Robert, farmer
Fisk Jonathan, carpenter and joiner
Gage Mrs., widow Closes, farmer
Gardner Cyril, farmer
Getty Ralph, farmer
Grenicr John, farmer
Hall John, farmer
Jones Mrs., widow Orrin, farmer
Jones Thomas, farmer
King George, farmer
Post office, James Briggs, postmaster
Sargent Benjamin, farmer
Schoolcraft Munsell, farmer
Sentemore Frank, farmer
Snyder William, farmer
Sweet Major, fanner
Sweet Victor, fai-mer
PIGEON HILL.
A village in the parish of St Armand West, on the Main road between St,
Armand Station and Frelighsburg. As the name indicates, it is situated
on an elevated portion of ground
;
the ascent, however, is so gradual as to
prevent its being very noticeable. When the "Fenian Brotherhood
"
con-
cluded to sieze Canada as a pi-eliminary step to the invasion of Ireland,
they determined, amongst other points, to m.ake a raid into the Eastern
Townships, and for this purpose a considerable body appeared on the fron-
tier, at Franklin, Vermont, where being got in readiness for their absurd
attempt, they started on as foolish, ill-advised, and contemptible an expe-
dition, as ever was undertaken. Pigeon Hill, being but L miles from the
frontier, was easily assailable, and for what they did here, and how they
did it, the reader is referred to the following extract from
''
Contributions
to the History of the Eastern Townships," by C. A. Thomas. To quote
his words:
'•
on Thursday, the 7th of June last
(1866) a party of about
fifty Fenians left their camp in Fz-ankiin, and came to Pigeon Hill, f6r the
94 COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—PIGEON HILL.
purpose of stealing horses and plundering dwellings. They broke into
the hotel of Noah Sager, and stole oi' destroyed almost everything con-
tained in it.
"
Fui-niture was broken, bed clothes were torn or carried off, clothes taken for
their own cast otf and left behind
;
wines, spirits, provisions carried off or
destroyed, and the house strewed with straw and filth. The post oflSce
seals were carried off or destroyed, and the mail matter, letters, papers,
blank forms, returns, books, &c., all torn up or trampled under foot in
inextricable confusion.
"
They also visited the house of William Thompson, stealing clothing, breaking
glassware, and repeating the scene enacted at Mr. Sager's. Next day,
Friday, about sixty Fenians came to the village and spent the day in
plundering.
"
In the evening of the same day about twenty of the party went to the hotel
of F. B. Carpenter and ordered supper. Before leaving they took from
Mr. Carpenter about fifty dollars. Onlj' a few of the party remained in
the village over night ; the rest returned to the camp.
*' On Saturday morning, about ten o'clock, William Thompson and two other
residents of the place saw four British horsemen, not far from the village,
on the road leading to St. Armand Station. When discovered, the}' were
halting, and the men ran towards them, beckoning them to approach.
"They galloped forward and secured as prisoners five of the Fenians scattered
about the village, still engaged in plundering. The same day they
arrested another, who was coolly riding a farmer's horse in this vicinity.
"At 2 p.m. on the same da\', a body of British, with two pieces of artillery,
advanced from St. Armand Station. These troops scoured the woods
between the road leading from Pigeon Hill to Franklin, and the one lead-
ing from St. Armand Centre to the same place, and took several prisonei-s.
"
This closed the Fenian raid on St. Armand. They had been allowed to carry
on their work of robbery for two or three days unmolested. The inhabi-
tants were destitute of arms, and were generally awed by fi^he reports in
circulation that several thousand Fenians were hovering on the frontier,
just ready to rush like an avalanche upon the country. Government
moved sowly. neglecting to send troops at once to the point invaded,
hoping the ruffians would venture far enougii into the country, so that,
when attacked, they could not retreat across the Province line. But
foi'ther trouble was at this time prevented by the action of the United
States Government, which issued orders to have the Fenian leaders
arrested, and the arms and munitions of their army seized, which was
accordingly done."
Pigeon Hill is distant from Abbott's Corner 8 miles; Bedford, the chef-lieu of
the county,
%\;
Clarenceville,
20^ ;
Dunham, 11
;
Frelighsburg,
5;
Fhilips-
burgh,
8;
Sweetsburg,
18^;
St. Armand Station, 5;
St. Johns,
29^;
and
Farnham, 20 miles.
Mails daily. Poj)ulation about 175.
Adams William, farmer
Arcand Fred., laborer
Boright Mrs., widow
Brill Eobert, farmer
Brimmer Miss C.
Brimmer Miss P.
Buck Mrs. £., widow
Butler Mrs. J., widow
Butler William, farmer
Cairns rev. H., (resides at Bedford)
pastor Canada Methodist Church
Campbell Schoolhouse, Miss Mary
Hall, teacher
Canada Methodist Church, rev. H.
Cairns, pastor, resides at Bedford
Colby Mrs. J., widow
District School No. 11, Miss Mattie
;, Thompson, teacher
COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI—PIGEON HILL—PIKE RIVER. 95
Douglas A., farmer
Eager Mrs. B., widow
Embury Charles, farmer
Embury D. R.. farmer
Embury Mrs. D. E., widow
Evans De Forrest, farmer
Evans Eleazer, farmer
Evans Miles, ftirmer
Evans Mrs. E., widow
Galer Ammon, farmer
Galer John, laborer
Galer Joseph, farmer
Galer 0.,
laborer
Gardner Palmer, farmer
Gay Louis, farmer
Guthrie E. W., farmer
Hall J. B., farmer
Hall Miss Mary, teacher at Campbell
Schoolhouse
Hawk Charles, ftirmer
Hawk George H., farmer
Hawk Thomas, farmer
Higgins Daniel, laborer
Higgins George, laborer
Holsopple Mrs. E., widow
Holsopple W. A., farmer
Hubbard William, farmer
Hubbard William, grocer
Hungerford Luther D., hotelkeeper
Hurlburt Mrs. M., widow
Jones Charles, former
Masson Joseph, mason
McDonald John A., farmer
McKee Robert, farmer
McKee Thomas, former
Merritt Nelson, wheelwright
POST OFFICE,
A. L. Wood, post-
master
Rhicard L. G., farmer
Rhicard N., farmer
Rhicard W. J., farmer
Sager John, farmer
Sager Malcolm, farmer
Shufelt George, farmer
Shufelt John K., laborer
Shufelt Miss Sophia
Shufelt W. J., farmer
Smith Albert D., farmer
Smith E., farmer
Smith Daniel, former
Smith George H., farmer
Smith James E., farmer
Smith John 31., laborer
Smith Joseph C, farmer
Smith Mrs. T., widow
Smith Mrs. W., widow
Smith William H., farmer
Stimets Horace, farmer
St James Church, rev. Wm. Westover,
resides at Philips burg
Thompson Miss Mattie, teacher Dis-
trict School No. 11
Thomson Miss Elizabeth
Thomson Robert, farmer
Titemore Mrs. L., widow
Titemore Philip, wheelwright
Titemore T. W., wheelwright
Westover rev. William (resides at
Philipsburg), minister St James
Church
WOOD A- L-,
postmaster and farmer
Yates David, farmer
Yates Mrs. B., widow
Yates Peter, farmer
Yates Rhicard P., former
Yates Seth, farmer
PIKE RIVER.
A small village on the river of the same name, in the township of Stanbridge,
2 miles from Stanbridge Station, the same distance from esllivi^res Sta-
tion, 6 miles from Philipsburg and 4 from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the
county. Pike River is also within 3 miles of Missisquoi Bay, while the
Pike River Saline and Sulphur Springs, possessing valuable curative pro-
perties, are but one mile distant. There is a church here belonging to the
Methodist denomination in which Divine Service is held every Sabbath at
10.30 a.m. by the rev. Richard Eobinson, of Philipsburg. Mails daily.
Pojiulation about 100. The following names embrace not only those who
live in the village, but most of the farmers in the vicinity included in a
circle of about two miles.
96 COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—PIKE RIVER—RICEBURO.
Alexandre Cyprien, farmer
Baker William, pensioner
Belisle Alexandre, farmer
Bessette James, miller
Blakely Albert, laborer
Blakely Mrs. Ann, widow Edward
BuUis Joseph, farmer
BuUis Martin, farmer
Bullis Ealph, farmer
Charland Paul, farmer
Cheeseman F. C, laborer
Cloutier Etienne, farmer
Cloutier Prest., shoemaker
Couture Laurent, farmer
Cyr Medard, blacksmith and borseshoer
Delj.ha Fred., jun., farmer
Delpha Fred., sen., blacksmith
Delpha Moses, farmer
Demers Israel, farmer
Dueharme Mrs. Henrietta, widow Ed-
ward
Duchesneau Emerie, farmer
Duchesneau J. B., farmer
Dupuis Alfred, farmer
Emond Louis, farmer
Falcon Dominique, farmer
Fausse Etienne, laborer
Fauss^ Joseph, laborer
Favreau Hyacinthe. farmer
Favreau Louis, jun., farmer
Favreau Louis, sen., farmer
Gaboreault A., farmer
Goudreau Joseph, laborer
Goyette Marcil, farmer
Hamel Cyrille, miller
Hogle L. A. H., general merchant and
assistant postmaster
Hogle L. Judson, clerk
Irwin George, jun., carpenter and
joiner
Irwin George, sen., wheelwright
Joubert Eusebe, bricklayer
Lacroix David, farmer
Lambert Mrs., widow
Lamothe J. B., farmer
Larochelle Isaie, farmer
Larue Frank, farmer
Love Isram, farmer
iMetivier Hebert, farmer
Miller Charles, fiarmer
Miller George, farmer
Molleur Alfred, farmer
Molleur Joseph, farmer
Molleur Pierre, farmer
Molleur Regis, farmer
Nollette Jean, laborer
Percy James
Percy Francis,
Jan.,
farmer
Poissant Edouard, hotel keeper
Poissant Desir4, farmer
Poissant Marcil, farmer
Post OflSce, A. L. Taylor, postmaster
Polander Peter, farmer
. Rice A. W. C, grist and saw mills
Rocheleau Alexis, farmer
Rocheleau Damase, farmer
Rocheleau Frangois, farmer
Rocheleau Joseph, fiirmer
Rocheleau Pierre, farmer
Smith H. L., laborer
Smith Luther L., farmer
Spear Henry, farmer
Taylor A. 1.., postmaster
Therien, Fran9ois, laborer
Therien Joseph, farmer
Therien Nazaire, farmer
Tougas Alexis, farmer
Tougas E., farmer
Tougas Julien, farmer
Vital Edwin, farmer
Watson Alexander^ farmer
RICEBURG.
A village containing about 200 inhabitants, is situated on the River Pike, in
the Township of Stan bridge, and is a station on the line of the Montreal,
Portland and Boston Railway. It was formerly known as Saxe's Mills,
but about seventeen years ago, in consequence of its growing importance,
and, doubtles.s too, as a compliment to one of its most prominent and en-
terprising residents, Martin Rice, Esq., the name was altered to Riceburg.
The manufacturing establishments in this village of P. & L. Lambkin and
Windsor V. Rice are of unusual importance, the prosperity of the place
depending greatly upon their existence. The Messrs. Lambkin are very
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—RICEBURa. 97
extensively engaged in the manufacture of household furniture, embracing
every class, from the cheapest to the most expensive, and, as the articles
they place upon the market are intended to bo of a durable nature, as well
as a handsome appearance, they are careful to use in their manufacture
none but thorouirhly seasoned kiln-dried lumber. Their trade in coffins
and caskets, which are made on their own premises, isalso very extensive,
as is their business in sash, doors, blinds, &c. As contractors they have
been very successful, having built many of the finest editices in this and
neighboring sections of country. The building used as their furniture
warerooms is 24 x 50, and consists of three flats, the first being used for
painting and other purposes; the second contains the uphoisterei's and
undertaking departments, embracing in the latter a variety and extent
which is probably the largest in the country. On the third flat is always
to be seen a large assortment of furniture and coffins. Their factory i8
situated on the Pike lliver, and is 66 x 50, the motive power being
partly supplied by that river and partly by steam. It is well filled
with planing, moulding and morticing machines, circular and band saws,
and all other requisites necessary for the successful prosecution of their
large business, in which they furnish employment to about twenty
mechanics.
The Eiceburg Foundry and Machine Shop, of Avhich Windsor V. Rice, Esq., is
the proprietor, is another establishment of great benefit to the village, and,
like the above, is run partly by steam and partly by water. The premises
'
are quite extensive, and the business includes the manufacture of engines,
boilers, circular saw mills, shingle machines, agricultural implements of
all kinds, and castings of every description. Special attention is given to
the following:—The Sprague mowing machine, over three hundred of
which have, within the past three or four years, been supplied by this
establishment to the farmers of this and neighboi'ing sections of country,
and in every instance warranted the claim made for them,—that for light-
ness of draught, durability, and every e^jsential combined in a perfect
mower, they have no superior. The
"
Eice Plough
"
also deserves special
mention. It is particularly adapted to rough ploughing, in which it has
proved a great success. They have been extensively used for the past ten
years, over three hundred a year having been sold by Mr, Kice for that
length of time, making in all the large number of between three and four
thousand. Amongst the many other lines of manufacture embraced with-
in the business of this enterprising establishment space will only permit
a brief mention of the
"
Ring Water Wheel," of which Mr. Rice is thesole
manufacturer in Canada. For strength, and the economical use of water,
this wheel has no superior, many hundreds of references to this effect
being in the possession of the maker. The manner in which orders are
filled at the Eiceburg foundry and machine shop leaves nothing wanting
to ensure thorough satisfaction, and, when the works are run at their
full capacity, twenty hands are employed. In addition to these Martin
Rice, Esq., has just erected an excellent new grist mill.
Mails leave twice a day for all parts. Riceburg is distant from Bedford, the
county town, 3 miles; and from Stanbridge Station, 5 miles.
Beaucaire Francois, laborer
Best Charles, mason
Bockus M., laborer
Boudreau Alex., machinist
BUTTER WORKER, THE
DAIRYMAN'S FAVORTE,
P.
& L. Lamkin, manufacturers. See
Ado facing inside hack cover
98
CODNTT OF MISSISQUOI—RICEBURG 6C0TTSM0RE.
Carter Ira, machinist
Cbandler Cyril, lumber dealer and
farmer
Chandler Mrs.Margaret, widow Amos
Christler M. C, groceries, boots and
shoes. &c.
Corey Reuben, farmer
Cote Joseph, cabinetmaker
Crizler William, farmer
Deline Hiram, laborer
Deline R., farmer
District School, Miss Dora Edmonds,
teacher
Dufresne Treffl^, farmer
Edmonds Miss Dora, teacher District
School
Gardner Cyril, farmer
Gardner M.. farmer
Hunt Nelson, teamster
Irish Lewis J., foreman with P. & L.
Lambkin
Jenkins Augustus, farmer
Jenkins Byron H., farmer
Jenkins Marcellus F., farmer
Jenkins P. L., bridge builder and
farmer
Kittredge George H., painter
Lambkin Edward, with P. & L.
Lambkin
Lambkin Ernest M., contractor and
builder
Lambkin Lyman (P. & L. Lambkin),
postmaster
LAMBKIN p.
& L.
(Philo and
Lyman Jjarabkin), manufacturers
and dealers in doors, sash, blinds,
mouldings, all kinds of household
furniture,
<fec., also builders, con-
tractors and undertakers. See Adv
facing inside back cover
Lambkin Philo (P. & L. Lambkin)
Lambkin Winfield H., with P. & L.
Lambkin
Lent David, farmer
Mellor Dawson, moulder
3Ioore Gallaway, painter
Moreau John, farmer
Murgatory Wallace, laborer
POST OFFICE,
Lyman Lambkin,
postmaster
Reid Joseph
Rheaume Ovila, laborer
Rice Burton T.. farmer
Rice Jetferson V., miller
RICE MARTIN,
proprietor Rice-
burg grist mill
RICE WINDSOR V-,
proprietor
Riceburg foundry and machine
shop, manufacturer of engines,
boilers, circular saw mills, shingle
machines, castings, agricultural
implements, &c. See Adv facing
title page
RICEBURG FOUNDRY AND
MACHINE SHOP-
Windsor Y.
Rice, proprietor. See Adv facing
title page
RICEBURG GRIST MILL,
Martin
Rice, proprietor
Rogers Ilamilton, farmer
Rogers Ira A., blacksmith and horse
shoer
Russell Alfred K.. farmer
Russell George, butcher
Soles Alvin, farmer
Stanley Frederick, farmer
Welch Joseph, farmer
Wright Joseph, carpenter
SCOTTSMORE,
One of the oldest settlements in the county of Missisquoi, or, indeed, in the
Eastern Townships, is situated on the south branch of the Yamaska river,
in the eastern part of the township of Dunham. This particular section
of country, as well as the township generally, excels in dairy products,
butter and cheese from Dunham being well and favorably known in the
Canadian and English markets, and being easily disposed of at the highest
market rates.
Among the early settlers in this locality were William Shufelt from the state
of New York, who came here in 1800
;
George A. Shufelt from the same
state in 1802, and Daniel Scott from the southern part of the state of Yer-
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—SCOTTSMORE—ST. ARMAND CENTRE. 99
mont, who, after remaining for some time at Caldwell's Manor, removed in
1800 to a lot in the county of Brome near that part of Dunham in which
Scottsmore is situated, and some years afterwards purchased a lot in the
above-named township within the present limits of the settlement to
which these brief remarks apply.
From Daniel Scott, his four sons, Lemuel, Daniel, Jonathan and Pliny, and
their descendants this locality received the name of the
"
Scott Neighbor-
hood," and when in May, 1879, a post office was established here, the name
Scottsmore was bestowed upon it in compliment to that family, Mr.
Franklin E. Scott, a great grandson of the pioneer David Scott, receiving
the appointment of postmaster.
Scottmore is distant from the Sweetsburg Station of the South Eastern Rail-
way 1 mile; from Cowansville, one of the most thriving and enterprising
places in the townships, 4 miles; from the beautiful village of Dunham 6
miles, and from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 15 miles. The popu-
lation of the settlement is about 150. Mails daily.
Atkins David, carpenter and joiner
Bates Mrs., widow
Blanchard Pierre, laborer
Brimmer David, farmer
Darby B., retired
Darby Lucius, farmer
Farnham Miss, teacher School District
No. 17
Ingalls Harry, farmer
Ingalls Loren, farmer
Ingalls S. G., farmer
Larose William, laborer
Lee Edward, farmer
Mandigo William, boot and shoe maker
Mearns Andrew, laborer
Patten James, laborer
POST OFFICE,
Franklin E. Scott,
postmaster
Quebec George, farmer
School District No. 17, township of
Dunham, Miss Farnham, teacher
Scott Daniel, retired
Scof^t Eugene, farmer
SCOTT FRANKLIfJ E,
postmaster,
cheese manufacturer and farmer
Scott George L., farmer
Scott Jedediah, farmer
Scott Marvin D., farmer
Scott Melvin, farmer and cheese manu-
facturer, Bolton
Shufelt George A., farmer
Smith Henry, farmer
St Germain F^lix, laborer
Touchette Joseph, laborer
Westover —, farmer
Whitcomb P. R., saddle maker and
farmer
ST. ARMAND CENTRE.
A post office in the parish of St Armand East, distant from Frelighsburg,
2^
miles ; Pigeon Hill,
2^
; and St. Armand Station, on the Central Vermont
Railway,
7^
miles. Mails daily. Population in vicinity of post office
about 125.
Clapper John, farmer
Dean Calvin, farmer
Demarrer Peter, laborer
Demore Peter, blacksmith
Bccles S. B., farmer
Glidden Benjamin, laborer
Goodre Alphonse, laborer
Green Gardner, farmer
Holden A., farmer
Holden Orrin, farmer
Hunt Mrs. L., widow
Labare Alex., laborer
Labare Justice, laborer
Lafranier J., laborer
Phillips Bethuel, farmer
Reynolds Albert, farmer
Reynolds Orville, farmer
Reynolds Whitman, farmer
Roberts David, laborer
Robidoux Levi, cooper
100 COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—ST. ARMAND CENTRE—ST. ARMAND STATIOX.
Royea Charles, former
Shults Henry, blacksmith
Shu Its Jacob W., farmer
Stanley William, wheelwright
Steinhour Norman, laborer
Titemore Edward, farmer
Titemore Mrs. A., postmistress
Titemore Mrs. P.
Toof J. E., butter buj-er and farmer
Toof J. W., farmer
Van De Waters A., farmer
Vincent George, retired
Vincent Nelson, farmer
Vincent S. S., farmer
Warner Charles F., farmer
Warner L. H., farmer
Yates Henry, farmer
Stew-
ST. AEMAND STATION.
A thriving village in the parish of St. Armand West, and station of the Ver-
mont Central Railwa3\ It is a port of entry and warehousing port. All
trains to and from the United States stop here for the examination of
baggage and freight. The customs business done here is very consider-
able. For the year ending June 30th, 1879, the exports were
8153,406,
the imports 356^061, 837.135 of this amount being free and 818,926 duti-
able goods, while the duties collected reached the sum of 83,766.84.
St Armand station is distant from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 8 miles,
and from the following places, with which it has daily stage connection, as
under, Pigeon Hill, 5 miles; St. Armand Centre, 7^miles; Freligbsburg, 10
miles
;
and Philipsburg, by another route, 2 miles. Population about 300.
Benoit Joseph P., blacksmith and
hor.seshoer
Bessette Augustin, sectionman C.V. R.
Bourret E. A., collector of customs,
bds at Shelters' Hotel
Bradley A. B., physician
Bradley Charles, pensioner
Brooks Adolphus, hostler Shelters'
Hotel
BROSSEATJ JULIEN,
assistant
collector of customs and landing
waiter
Burke Edward, farmer
Burley Eobert, farmer
Burnell C. A., travelling agent Emer-
son Edge Tool Co., Taftsville, Vt.
BURNELL L. G-.,
agent Central
Vermont Railway, United States
and Canada Express Co., manager
Montreal Telegraph Co., and Custom
House aL'ent
CENTRAL VERMONT RAIL-
WAY.
L. G. Burnell, station auent
CHURCH OF NOTRE DAME DE
LOURDES DE ST ARMAND,
rev E. A. J. Rivard, parish priest
Crehan John, section foreman C.V.R.
Custom House, E. A. Bourret, collec-
tor of customs
CUSTOM HOUSE AGENCY,
L.
G. Burnell, agent
Dalpe Theodore^ harnessmaker
District School No.
4,
Mrs. M. A.
art, teacher
Doxtrader Frederick, laborer
Emerson Edge Tool Co., Taftsville,
Vt.,
C. A. Burnell, travelling agent
Fitzgerald J. W.,night operator C.V.R.
Freeman William
Gibson Clark, blacksmith
Herrick & Son (Daniel & Elihue
Herrick), grist mill owners
Herrick Daniel (Herrick & Son)
Herrick Elihue (Herrick & Son)
Hogle George, farmer
Hogle Hamilton, farmer
Krans William, farmer
Loynes Theodore
McCarty William, carriagemaker
ilcKenney Charles, laborer
Merritt A., carpenter
xMitchell Yj. B., farmer
MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO.,
L. G. Ijurnc'll, manager
Municipality of the Parish of St. Ar-
mand West, F. H. Thi'oop, secretary-
treasurer
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—ST. ARMAND STATION

8T CHARLES DE STANBRIDGE. 101
PELETIER N. L-,
proprietor Shel-
ter.s' Hotel. House tirst-class in all
respects. Good sample rooms. Terms
moderate. Also wholesale and
retail dealer in wines, liquors and
cigai's at lowest market rales
Post Office, Captain Peter Smith, J. P.,
postmaster
Reid Levi, farmer
Eiley John, shoemaker
Rivard A., sexton Church oC Notre
Datne tie Lourdes de St. Armarid
EIVARD REV.E. A- J.,
parish priest
Saxton Simeon, foreman wood sawyer
C.V.E.
School Commissioners Parish of St.
Armand West, M. A.Stewart, secre-
tary-treasurer
SHELTERS ANSON,
o\^ner Shel-
ters' Hotel, and proprietor St. Ar-
mand Station and Frelighsburg
stage line, also livery
SHELTER'S HOTEL.
N. L. Pele-
tier, proprietor; house first-class in
all respects. Good sample rooms,
terms moderate
Shepherd Asa \V., operator C.V.E.
Sherley William, sectionman C.V.R-
Sixb}' Major H. N., farmer
Smith Charles, farmer
Smith James, sectionman C.V.E.
Smith Capt. Peter, J.P., postmaster,
assistant inspector weights and
measures Sherbrooke division, and
general merchant
Smith William, sectionman C.V.R.
Solomon Edward, farmer
Solomon John, farmer
ST ARMAND STATION AND
FRELIGHSBURa STAGE
LINE-
Anson Shelters, proprietor
STEWART M. A-,
assistant post-
master, secretary-treasurer School
Commissioners Parish of St Ar-
mand West
Stewart Mrs. M. A., teacher District
School No. 4
Sumner George, farmer
T^treault Phillip, blacksmith and
horseshoer
Throop F. H., secretary-treasurer of
the municipality of ,St Armand
West, resides lot 127 St Armand
West
UNITED STATES AND CAN-
ADA EXPRESS CO.,
L. G. Hur-
neil, agent
Wood Louis, farmer
Woodbury Mrs. Olive, widow
Young Paul, tailor
Young Peter
ST. CHARLES DE STANBRIDGE.
A village situated in the parish of Notre Dame des Anges de Stanbridge, in the
north-west part of the Township of Stanbridge. A handsome Roman Ca-
tholic church is being built here, at a cost of §15,000, and capable of seating
600 persons. It will be finished by the 1st of January next
(1880),
and,
with the single exception of the church of the same denomination at the
town of Farnham, will be the finest in the county.
A very prominent business feature, not only in St. Charles de Stanbridge, but
in the county, are the various branches of manufacture carried on by Mr.
Joseph Couture in this place. They embrace a woollen factory, carding,
grist, saw, shingle, lath and planing mills. They are situated on the Pike
River, which here aftbrds excellent water-power, sufficient to run all of the
above establishments throughout the year, with the exception of the wool-
len ftxctory and custom carding mill, which, for about two months out of
the twelve, are run by steam, the engine used being 45 horse power. The
•woollen factory is a substantial clapboarded building, 70 x 35 feet, and
four stories in height, and, with the machinery, cost SI 2,000. The engine
house is a brick building, separate from the main edifice, and contains
also a donkey-pump, 4 horse power, with one hundred and fifty feet of
rubber hose, or a sufficient quantity to reach all parts of the factory and
other mills and Mr. Couture's store and dwelling in the vicinity. The
102 COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI—ST. CHARLES DE STANBRIDGE.
woollen mill is heated bj steam. On the first floor is one large apartment,
70 X 35, containing one rotary and one hammer fulling mill, with scouring
machine attached, also threo large dyeing tubs, one gig for combing cloth,
and one duster.
On the second floor is the carding room, the same size as the one last mentioned,
containing two s-ets of custom, and one set of manufacturing cards made by
the celebrated manufacturers in this class of machinery, Davis & Furber, of
North Andover, Mass., also one picker and one grinder. The 3rd floor is the
weaving and finibhing room : it contains two Davis & Furber broad looms,
108 inches wide, making three widths of cloth at the same time, and two
Crompton looms made in Worcester, Mass.—these looms are worked with
twenty-four harness; one Curtis & Marble shears from the same city, one
spooler, one di-esser and shearer, and one cloth press. The drying house
is also on this flat, appropriately situated over the engine room.
On the fourth floor is the spinning room, in which are two of Davis & Furber'^s
spinning jacks, one has 200, the other 240 spindles; also one custom reel.
One thousand yards of cloth are made weekly, and the manufocture em-
braces cloths, tweeds, flannels and blankets.
The grist mill, built partly of wood and partly of brick, is 54 x 30 feet, and con-
tains four run of stones, and two smut mills, one for buckwheat, built by
John McDougall, Montreal, the other for flour ; the latter is from the Con-
solidated Purifier Co., Tox'onto, Ont., and is called the
"
Barter
"
No. 1
Combination Brush Smutter and Separator." The building and machinery
cost S-t,000.
The saw mill is 66 x ?>0 feet, and contains one four-foot circular saw, shingle
mill, lath mill, butting saw and planer, costing, with the building, $2,500.
In addition to the above, Mr.- Couture also does a large business as a general
merchant, dealing in all goods usually found in first-class general stores,
and occupies for this purpose a two-story building, 48 x 25 feet, opposite
the woollen factory.
St. Charles de Stanbridge is distant from Bedford 4 miles, and from DesEi-
vieres Station on the Central Vermont Railway
2^
miles.
Mails tri-weekly. Population about 200.
BALTHAZARD REV. H.,
parish
priest
Belisle J. Bte,, farmer
Belliles Joseph, bookkeeper at Joseph
Couture's
Bonneau Treffl^, butcher
Bouchard Joseph, general store
Cartier Moise, blacksmith
Charland Fei-dinand, laborer
Chevalier J. Bte., sen., farmer
Chicoine Moise, laborer
Chicoine T,, baker
Choquette Miss Marie Louise, teacher
School District No. 4
Choquette Pierre, shoemaker
CHURCH OF NOTRE DAME
DES ANGES,
rev. H. Balthazard,
parish ))riest
Clouatre Pierre, foreman at Couture's
saw mill
Courville Z^phirin, farmer
Couture Arthur, carpenter and joiner
Couture Edouard, farmer
COUTURE JOSEPH,
general mer-
chant, proprietor woollen factory,
carding, grist, saw, shingle, lath and
planing mills, and farmer. See Ado
opposite page
Couture Julien, retired
Couture Moses, farmer
DaigneaulL Alexis, farmer
Depelteau J, Bte., foreman at Couture's
grist mill
Desforges Charles, spinner
Desforges Joseph, laborer
Dubuc Joseph (N. & J. Dubuc)
Dubuc Napoleon (N. & J. Dubuc)
Dubuc N. & J. (Napoleon and Joseph
Dubuc), masons and contractors
Gamache Francois, tanner
GAUVIN MRS. M. 0-,
postmistress
and farmer
ST. CHARLES DE STANBRIDQE ADVERTISEMENT. 103
JOSEPH
COUTUReT^
ST.
CHARLES DE ST/\N BRIDGE,
P.Q.,
PROPRIETOR
WOOLLEN FACTORY
Containiiig tbe latest and most improved Machinery for the manufacture of
AND TURNING OUT WEEKLY
One Thousand Yards of the most Saleable Goods,
—ALSO

CUSTOM CARDING MILL,
—ALSO

Containing four run of stones, and of sufficient capacity to fill promptly the orders of all
customers. Also,
SAW, SHINGLE, LATH AND PLANING MILLS,
Supplied with the best Machinery. Also,
GENERAL
MEKCHANT
And dealer in every Article usually found in a
FIRST-GLJ\SS GENERAL
STORE.
1^*"
With ample facilities, and the most modern improved appliances,
we are in a position to fill all orders in the above in a manner to ensure
satisfaction.
10-4 COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—ST. CHARLES DE STANRRIDGE—STANBRIDGE EAST.
Gervais Leandre, carder
Gervais Leon, proprietor Hotel St
Charles
Hamel Napoleon, farmer
Hotel St Charles, Leon Gervais, pro-
prietor
Lebeau Charles, tannery
Labelle Godfroy, bailiff and collector
LABELLE JOSEPH,
notary, collec-
tor and secretary-treasurer school
municipality of Notre Dame des
Anges. Accounts collected and
prompt returns made
Larochelle Napoleon, farmer
Mailhot Mrs. Edward, widow, farmer
Menard Theophile, sen., blacksmith
and horseshoer
Mdnard Theophile, jun., blacksmith
Messier Frangois, farmer
Messier Louis, farmer
Morin Etienne, weaver
JNormandin Lsaie, tanner
RIED J. & J.
(Joachim, sen., and Jo-
seph Ried). Established 1869. Build-
ers, contractors, carpenters and
joiners, Contracts taken for the erec-
tion of public and private buildings
at the closest estimates, were one of
the contractors for the new church
of Notre Dame des Anges in the Vil-
lage of St. Charles de Stanbridge,the
largest church but one in the county
Hied Joachim, sen. (J. & J. Ried)
Kied Joseph (J. & J. Ried)
Rivard A., laborer
>'^chool District No. 4, Miss Marie
Louise Choquette, teacher
Shannacy John, foreman at Couture's
woollen factor3^
St Denis Pierre, farmer
T^treault Richard, shoemaker
STANBRIDGE EAST-
The Montreal, Portland and Boston Railway runs from Montreal to Sheldon,
in the state of Vermont, where it connects with the Portland and Ogdens-
burg Railwa}'. Its length is sixty-seven miles, and it passes through the
counties of Chambly, Rouville and Missisquoi.
Stanbridge Kast, an important station on this line, is a village, containing
an unusual amount of wealth, of about 500 inhabitants. It is very
agreeably situated on Pike River, in the township of Stanbridge, the
surrounding county being one of the best farming sections either in
Missisquoi county or, indeed, in the townships. The large number of
handsome private residences which adorn its well-shaded streets produce
a verj' pleasing effect upon the spectator, and, at the same time, indicate
an appreciation of the beautiful as well as the means to carry it out on
the part of its residents. The land in the vicinity of this place was fix'St
settled about the year 1790 by Capt. Caleb Tree, and about ten years from
this date a Mr. Wilson erected the first sawmill built in this locality, nor
was there at the time of its completion a similar structure within a circle
of nine or ten miles. Another very early settler was a Mr. Eastman,
who cleared the first land in the present actual limits of the villages that
on which the Church of England now stands. The contrast between the
present and by no means remote past is striking, for the period when
there was not a single wheeled vehicle to be seen either in Stanbridge
or Farnham townships, to say nothing of more remote districts, is within
the experienceof many who still survive. When, in 1815, the first cart or
waggon appeared it is not unlikely that it commanded more inteiest and
attention than would now be bestowed upon the most elegant production
of the carriage builder's art. As early as 183-4 a weekly newsi)aper
called the
"
Missiskoui Post and Canada Record
"
was published here.
In December of that year the first number was issued by Solomon Bing-
ham, who, about six months after, formed a partnership with Hiram
COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI—STANBRIDGE EAST. 105
Thomas, who eventually became sole proprietor. xVbout 1836 a Mr.
Phelps, a member of the legal profession from Vermont, possessing con-
siderable literary ability, purchased the plant from Mr. Thomas, and
carried it on till the i'all of 1837
;
but, towards the close of this year, a
party of Lo\'alists, whose political sentiments were oppo-<ed to those which
it advocated, appeared suddenly one night, on mischief bent, at the office
of publication. Uninvited visitors are said to be unwelcome, and, when
they come with a sinister resolve, they are doubly so. This party,
however, were not particularly ferocious, f(»r, after having thrown the
types and other ijaraphernalia of the office into
"
a state of most a'lmired
disorder," and felled the emblematic liberty pole, they thought that they
had met the requirements of the occasion, and so dejiarted with satistied
mit)ds—but witlioat an invitation to call again—whence they came. The
publication of the Missiskoui Fost ceased about this time, nor wa.s it
subsequently resumed. Its site was that on which the han«lsome building
used as an office by John C. Baker, Esq., now stands. Between then and
now a great many events, of more or less importance, affecting the
interests of this place must have occurred; but, as it dt)es not come within
the scope of a W(;r!c of this description to detail them, the}' must be
passed over in silence, a few words only in reference to the present being
all that space permits. The principal manufactories in Slanbridge East
are two large tanneries and an excellent grist mill, besides these there
are others of minor importance. In the Stan bridge East tannery, which
is run partly by water power furnished by Pike River and j)artly by
steam, twelve men are employed, and one hundred and ninety tons of
leather tanned every year. The proprietors, .Messrs. Welch & Hall, have
also a tannery leaded at Frelighsburg. at which eight meti gain their
livelihood and ninety tons are put thiv^ugh the same process in the period
just mentioned. Both the-e establishments are for the manufacture of
sole leather. The other tannery is owned by Dunn Bros. It is situated
on the north branch of the Pike iiiver, about one mile from the center
of the village. The manufi^cture embraces belting and slaughter sole
leather, and the works are of a capacity sufficient to enable the proprie-
tors to tan from six to seven thousand heavy hides yearly. It secures
emploj'ment to about fifteen hands, and both water ami steam furnish the
motive power. The grist mill already mentioned is owned by Mr. E.
Cornell, and run by water power. There are Church of England and
Canada Methodist churches in the village, and also a good academy.
Mails leave twice a day for all parts. Stanbridge East is distant from
Bedford, the county town, and a station on the Lake Chaniplain and St.
Lawrence Junction Eailway, 3 miles; from Stanbridge iJ^tation, on the
Central Vermont Kailway, 5 miles; and from Philipsburg, on the east
shore of Missisquoi Bay, 11 miles.
Abbreviations used:—bds, boards; do, same place or same street; b, hou-se.
Note,—Street is understood
;
example post office, Water, means Water street.
Allen George, tinsmith, near Dunn Baker John, Water
Bros.' tannery
American House, Joseph H. Earl,
proprietor, Water
Anderson 0. R., tinsmith and roofer,
dealer in stoves and tinware, Water,
resides Riceburg road
Ayer James, farmer. Maple
Babeux Fran§ois, tanner
BAKER JOHN C ,
banker,
late
manager of the ICastern Townships
Bank at Stanbridge East, office and
residence Water
Baker Thomas, farmer. Maple
Bai'ney Augustus, farmer
Berard Jean Bte.,boot and shoe maker,
Maple
106
COrNTT OF MISSISQUOI—STANBRIDGE EAST.
Boomhower Albert, laborer, Maple
Borden ZSielson, laborer, Maple
Briirgs E. J., retired. Water
BRIGGS J R , & CO.,
dealers in
groceries,
provisions, boots and
shoes, hats and caps, patent medi-
cines, etc., also bakers, all articles
sold at the lowest cash prices
,
farm produce
taken in exchange,
Water
Bri-gs
Joseph Rice (J. R. Briggs &
CoV),
Water
Brown James,
shoemaker, Maple
Bryan M. V., general insurance agent,
Water
Burnham Marriott, retired, Water
Caron x\braham, carriagemaker
Chandler Cliaries J.,
farmer
Chandler Erastus, farmer. Maple
CONSTANTINE REV- I,
>t James
Church, (Church of England), Maple
Corey
Benjamin, farmer. Maple
Corey 3Ioses, farmer, Maple
Cornell Charles H., carpenter and
carria^'emaker, Maple
CORNELL EDWIN,
advocate, flour-
mi 11 owner and land proprietor,
office and residence Maple
Cornell Mathew S., farmer
Cornell .Mrs. Prudent, widow Simon
H., Maple
Cornell Z. E., law student, Maple
Crothers William, M.D., Water, bds
at American hotel
Currie
Larkin, farmer
Delaney Daniel, laborer, Maple
District School No. 2, township of
Stanbridge, Miss Anna Phelps,
teacher
DUNN BROS.,
(Michael and Edward
F. Dunn), tannery, manufacturers of
belting and slaughter sole leather
Dunn Edward F. (Dunn Bros.)
Dunn James C, ioreman at Dunn
Bros.' tannery
Dunn Michael (Dunn Bros.)
Dunn Thomas, engineer
Earl Joseph II., proprietor American
House, Water
Eden
Mrs., widow, Maple
Fortin Edouard, baker
GILMOUR A H.,
lieut-col. 60th
battalion, and director Montreal
and Vermont junction railway
Gardner Lester, Water
GORDON WILLLA.M H.,
bailiff
Superior Court and crier, &c., of the
Circuit Court for the County of
Missisquoi, Maple
Hall H. C. (Welch & Hall)
Hall P. W
.,
engineer at Welch & Hall's
tannery
Harris Hobart, laborer
Harris Mrs. Mary J., widow Orsan,
Iticeburg road
Harris Mrs. Myra, widow. A. R., dress-
maker, Uiceburg road
Harris Mrs. Orson T., Uiceburg road
Harvey John H., Missisquoi House
Harvey Mrs. 0. M., proprietress
Missisquoi House, Maple
Harrison James, farmer
Hawk Jared, proprietor Pike Eiver
Valle\' L'hee.>e Factory, Uiceburg
road
Hibbard Frank, civil engineer, bds at
American House
Hodge George, farmer, Maple
Hodge Mrs. Mary, widow Abram,
Maple
Hoiloway Eichard, farmer, .Maple
Jackson rev. Samuel (F. Pierce & Co.),
Water
Jones J. M., postmaster and grocer,
Water, h Frelighsburgroad
Johnson Simon, beam hand at Welch
& Hall's tannery
Kemp Henry, farmer. Water
Lachapelle Olivier, laborer. Maple
Lacource Joseph, laborer
Lanthier A., dry goods, boots, shoes,
&c., and merchant tailor, Water, h
Rice burg road
LAROCatlE ALFRED,
general
blacksmith and horse shoer. All des-
criptions of work in ihe above, in-
cluding repairs, done in the best and
cheapest manner. Horses well and
carefully shod, near Dunn Bros.'
tannery
Martin Ebenezer, retired
McGregor J. M.,
notary and law
commissioner. References, Buch-
anan (Q.C.), and Baker, (Q.C.),
Sweetsburg, P.Q.; Jas. O'Halloran,
Q.C., Cowansville, P.Q.; E. Cornell,
advocate, Stanbridge East, office and
residence Maple,
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI —STANBRIDGE EAST. lUV
Marlin Napoleon, clerk
MfKenny Ira, roller at Welch & Hall's
tannery
McMahon Louis, bookkeeper, bds at
Missisquoi House
Meroii Joseph, beam hand at Welch &
Hall's tatmery
Methodist Church of Canada, rev, J,
^ E. Richardson, pastor; rev. S. Jack-
.son, assistant pastor, Sup'y
Missisquoi House, Mrs. O. M. Harvey,
proprietress. Maple
^loore Josiah, cabinetmaker, Maple
Mury:atroy Howard, laborei-, near
Dunn Bros.' tannerv
Murgatroy William, laborer
O'Connor James, tinsmith, Maple
O'Dell Ji)hn H,, brick maker and far-
mer, Water
O'Dell Loop, brick maker, Water
O'Dell Peter H., painter. Water
O'Dell William A., brick maker, Water
Owens John, bds at Missisquoi House
Palmer Lyman, cai-penter and joiner,
Water
Palmer Lyman K., carriage maker,
Frelighsburg road
Palmer Marcellus J,, carpenter and
joiner, Water
Paradis Francois, miller
Phelps H. Nelson, carpenter. Water
Phelps Miss Anna, teacher district
school No. 2, township of Stan-
bridire
PIERCE F.. & CO.
(Frederick Pierce
and Samuel Jackson), hardware
merchants, chemists and druggists,
booksellers and stationers, dealers
in hardware, paints, oils, glass, &c.,
drugs and chemicals, perfumery and
toilet articles, books, stationery,
paper hangings, groceries, shoe
tindings, &c. Special lines, hard-
ware and drugs, Water
Pierce Frederick (F, Pierce & Co.),
Water
Pike Eiver Valley Cheese factory,
Jared Hawk, proprietor, Eiceburg
road
Plumridge Joseph, laboi'er. Maple
Pos^ Felix, engineer at Welch & Hall's
tanneiy
Post ofl&ce, J, M, Jones, postmaster,
Water
Potvin Edward, tanner
Pratt Archibald, laborer
Pratt Charles, foreman at Welch k
ILdl's tannery
Pratt Napoleon, painter. Maple
Pratt rheodore, jun., carpenter and
joiner
Pratt Theodore, sen.
Khicard Samuel F., butcher. Water
Richardson rev. J. E. (resides at Fre-
lighsburg). pastor Methodist Church
of Canada
ROBERT CHARLES,
boot and shoe
maker. Boots and shoes ma<le to
order in the latest style, of the best
material, in the most workmanlike
manner ami at the lowest prices.
Repairs promptly and cheaply done,
Maple, h do
ROBERT PHILIP,
saddle and har-
ne>s maker and carriage trimmer.
Every description of harness
promptly made to order in a manner
guaranteed to give satisfaction in
style, quality and price. Carriage
trimming and repairs quickly done
at lowest prices, Maple h do
Robert Theophile, farmer
SCAG-EL E- J.,
dealer in dry goods,
groceries, provisions, boots and
shoes, hats and caps, hardware,
crockery, glassware, lamps,
&c.,
Maple, h do
Scagel Hanson, laborer
Scagel Mrs, Eliza, widow Jaraes,Maple
Scagel William
Si me James, blacksmith and horse
shoer. Water
STANBRIDGE ACADEMY, John
C. Baker, secretary-treasurer
STANBRIDGE
^
EAST TAN-
NERY.
Welch & Hall, proprietors
Stanton Mrs. Jane M., widow Samuel
P., Maple
Stanton Nelson, farmer. Water
Stanton Orvill S., carpenter. Maple
ST JAMES CHURCH
(Church of
England), rev. 1. Constantino,
Maple
Sweet Wilmot, laborer, Majjle
Tenaglio Noel, tanner
Tree George, farmer. Maple
Unwin John, masoo
108 COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI— STANBRIDGE EAST—STANBRIDGE RIDGE.
Yalentine James, painter, carpenter
and joiner
Van Antwerp James, blacksmith,
Frelio;hsbui-cf road
WELCH & HALL,
(I. A. Welch and
H. C. Hall), proprietors Stan
bridge East and Frelighsburg tan-
neries, manufacturers of sole leather
Welch I. A. (Welch & Hall)
Westover Albert, laborer, Maple
Westover Edward, farmer, Water
Wood Horace E., jx)st office clerk
STANBRIDGE RIDGE-
A settlement in one of the best farming sections in the Township of Stanbridge,
2 miles from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, and the same distance
from Stanbridge Kast. Mails semi-weekly. Population about 100.
Baker Herbert, farmer
Baker Mrs. Lydia, widow B.
Baxter George, agent Brome Organ
Co.
Calvey Daniel, farmer
Calvey Mrs., widow, farmer
Corey Arthur, farmer
Corey Benjamin L., farmer
Corey Henry, farmer
Corev Lafayette, tarmer
COREY LINDOL,
provincial land
surveyor
Corey Luther, J. P., farmer
COREY MERVIND.,
schoolteacher
Corey Miss Elizabeth, tailoress
Corey Miss Julia A., district school
teacher
Davis George, farmer
Davis Mrs. Caroline, widow 2selson
Davis William, farmer
District School, Miss Julia A. Corey,
teacher
Dufi'esne Simeon, farmer
Loynes Charles, blacksmith
Macnamara Edinoud, farmer
Martindale Aaron, farmer
Martindale Abel, farmer
Martindale Ai'i, farmer
Martindale Azro, farmer
Martindale Curtis, farmer
Martindale Florien, trader
Martindale John, farmer
Martindale Noble, postmaster
McGovern Patrick, farmer
Murray James, bh^cksmith and farmer
Post office. Noble Martindale, post-
master
Eikard Josephus, farmer
Stanton Gardner G., tarmer
Stanton William, farmer
Vance Thomas, farmer
Vaughan David, farmer
Wells Hale, farmer
Wells William, farmer
Whiteman Thomas, farmer
STANBRIDGE STATION-
A village in the township of Stanbridge, presenting a thriving appearance.
It is a station of the Central Vermont Eailway, and also of the Lake
Champlain and St. Lawrence Junction Eailway. Stages leave here daily
for Bedford, Dunham, Henryville, Pike Kiver, Kiceburg, Stanbridge East
and St. Sebastian, running in connection with C. V. K, traius.
Stanbridge Station is distant from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 2 miles
;
Dunham 11, Malmaison
3, Eiceburg 6 and Stanbridge East 7 miles. Mails
twice a day from Montreal and by the Stanbridge East stage route
;
from
other points dail}-. Population about 300.
Abbreviations used ; Adv, advertisement j bds, boards, C. V. R. Central Ver-
mont Railway.
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI—STANBRIDQE STATION.
109
Alexandre Abraham, butcher
Arpin Victor, hiborer
Beck Mrs. LycHa, district school
teacher
Benoit Edmond, carriairemaker
Bonneau Alfred, shoemaker
Bonneau Jean M.
Brault Leandre. section man C V.E.
Brault Napoleon, laborer
Brault Pierre, stone mason
Central House, Phillip Hauver, pro-
prietor
Central Vermont Railwaj', William
Moriran, station a^^ent
Couture Lazaire, photoijraphic artist
Cyr Jean Baptiste, farmer
Demers Charles, temperance hotel
Excelsior Hotel, Noel Lague, proprie-
tor
Godreau J.,
striker C.V.R. repair shop
Godreau Julien, boot and shoe maker
Harmon Frank, United States Com-
mercial agent, bds at Excelsior
Hotel
Hastings H. A., farmer
Hastings George M., baggage master
C.V.R., bds at Excelsior Hotel
Hauver Phillip, proprietor
Central
House
Hebert Benjamin, section man C.V.R.
Hubert Noel, section foreman C.V.R.
HUGRON EUSTACHE,
general
blacksmith, carriage ironer and
horse shoer. For the best of work,
including repairs, at the lowest
prices, give me a call. Horses care-
fully shod. All work warranted to
give satisfaction
Hungerford Homer H., farmer and
wheelwright
Hungerford Mrs. Miranda E
,
widow
John
Jasmin Joseph, section man C.V.R.
Jasmin Ludger, Uiborer
Lafleur Henri, driver and horse dealer
Lafrance Narcisse
Lauue Noel, proprietor Excelsior
Hotel
Lamere Fran§ois X., laborer
Lam^re Mrs. M^dard
Lamoureux Francois, hay dealer, bds
at Excelsior Hotel
LAMOUREUX J- A-,
commission
merchant and wholesale and retail
dealer in hay, straw and grain, also
pays highest market price for same.
Hee Ado page 12
LANDRY ISAIE,
dealer in fancy
and staple dry goods, hats and caps,
boots and shoes, groceries, provi-
sions, crockery and glassware, coal
oil, lamps, &c., embracing a full
general assortment. Prices low
Landr}^ Jean Baptiste,
Jun.,
clerk
Landry Jean liaptiste, sen., farmer
Landry Louis, farmer
Lai'oeque Elzear, striker C.V.R. repair
shop
Lebeau Alfred
licbeau F., section man C.V.R.
Mailloux Cyrille, jun., laborer
Mailloux Cyrille, sen., laborer
MARCOUX CLEOPHAS,
custom
tailor, over Seiiesac Bros.' stoi-e.
Gentlemen's garments made to order
in the latest styles, promptly and at
lowest prices. Satisfaction guaran-
teed See Adv page 1
1
MARTIN ARON R.
(from 1st
Ma}',
1880),
proprietor Martin's
hotel (now Lafleur's). This hotel
having lately been repaired and fur-
nished, guests will find first-class
accommodation
Missisquoi Flour Depot, Charles P.
Taylor
Mitchell Homer E., physician and
surgeon
Molleur Pascal
Montreal Telegraph Co., Henry Ross,
agent
Morgan William, station agent C.V.R.
Morgan Edward W.. clerk Exchange
Bank of Canada, Bedford
Murray Charles M., farmer
Pariseau Pierre, farmer
Finsonneault Stephen, moulder
POST OFFICE,
B. Selby, postmaster
Reaves Francois, carriagemaker
ROBINSON CHARLES H,
pro-
prietor Stanbridge Station Marble
works. See Adv page 1 1
1
Ross Henry, agent Montreal Tele-
graph Co.
Scott A. H.
no COUNTY OF MI8SISQU0I—STANBRIDGE STATION—STANBURT.
SELBY B-,
postmaster, dealer in
flour, grain, salt, claj)-boards, lath,
&c. All goods warranted as repre-
sented. Terms strictly cash. See
Adv opposite page
SENESAC BROS.
(Louis K and
Henri tienesac), general merchants,
dealers in fancy and staple dry
goods, hats and caps, boots and
shoes, groceries, provisions, crock-
ery and glassware, shelf and heavy
hardware, paints, oils, glass, coal oil,
lamps, itc.
Senesac Henri (SenesacBros.), resides
at Malmaison
SENESAC JACQUES,
general mer-
chant, dealer in every article kept in
a first-class general store, opposite
the Central Vermont Eailway Sta-
tion . See Adv opposite page
Senesac Louis N. (Senesac Bros.)
Stackpool Michael, foreman C.V.R.
repair shop
STANBRIDGE STATION AND
DUNHAM STAGE LINE,
Wil-
liam Turn bull, proprietor
Stanbridge Station and Henryville
Stage line, Pierre Girard, Henry-
ville, proprietor
STANBRIDGE STATION AND
STANBRIDGE EAST STAGE
LINE,
William TurnbuU, proprie-
toi-
STANBRIDGE STATION MAR-
BLE WORKS,
Charles H. Kobin-
son, proprietor. See Adv opposite
page
Taylor Chs. P., Missisquoi flour depot
Taylor James N., retired
Therien Augustin, laborer
Thei'ien Gedeon, laborer
Thdrien L., section man C.V.R.
Therien Noel, laborer
Therien Z., farmer
Tremblay J., carpenter
Tremblay Mrs., widow Peter
TURNBULL WILLIAM,
propria-
tor Stanbridge Station and Dunham
Stage Line, and Stanbridge Station
and Stanbridge East Stage Line, also
livery
United States Commercial agent,
Prank Harmon
STANBURY-
A post office in the township of Stanbridge. Distant from Bedford, the
chef-
lieu of the county, 6 miles, and from Farnham 8 miles.
Aulden Eli, cheese maker
Aulden James, cheese maker
Beattie Porter, farmer and postmaster
Beatty A. F., farmer
Beatty H., farmer and mill owner
Black William, farmer
Bowker Elwin
Christler Henry, farmer
Clow F., farmer
Hunter David, farmer
Hunter John, farmer
Hunter Eobert, farmer
Johnson T., cheese box maker
Johnson M., cheese box maker
Kennedy k Buck, mechanics
Kennedy George, farmer
Kennedy Guy, cheese maker
Kennedy L., farmer
Kennedy Martin, farmer
Kennedy William, farmer
McCabe John
McCabe William, farmer
Pendlebury George, farmer
Porter William, farmer
Post office, Porter Beattie, postmaster
Schoolcrafc Silas, farmer
Short Charles, farmer
Short H. M.
Smith H.
Smith L. C, mechanic
Steel Dan., farmer
Siockwell Moses, laborer <
Stockwell Rufus, laborer
Tajdor P., farmer
Taylor Smith, cheese maker
Truax John, farmer
Truax L., larmer
8TANBRIDGE STATION ADVERTISEMENTS. Ill
OPPOSITE
Central Yerffiont Railway Station
A^^r^^S*
Staiibridge Stauon. P.Q.,
Dealer in
STAPLE DRY
iOoDS Mi
i §m ^ 9 <P»f^fe'fc, iMiI» i
'» twin.*
*#**!)
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS. WINES AND LIQUORS,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS, ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
AND EVERY ARTICLE USUALLY KEPT IN A
Well Bought and Sold Cheap for Cash.
STANBRIDGH STATION
HAasLE waaics,
CHARLES H. EOBINSON,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
treif
a aad Ammeaa
5
Monuments, Headstones, Tablets, Man-
tels, &c.
Scotch Granite Monuments furnished
to Order.
D^r^FIrst-CIass AVork and loiv prices guaranteed.
POSTM ASTER,
DEALER IN
FLOUR, GRAIN, SALT, CLAPBOARDS, LATH, &a
Stanbridge Station, Quebec.
All Goods Warranted as represented. Terms Strictly Casli.
312 COUNTY OP MISSISQTTOI—SWEETSBURG.
SWEETSBURG.
The business centres of the villages of Sweetsburg and Cowansville are only
one and six-tenths of a mile distant from each other. They are connected
by Main street, the principal thorouo;hfare of each, the dividing line being
at tlic Missisquoi High School, which, without givirg the actual measure-
ment, may be said to be midway between the village post offices. It is
but a step from the one place to the other, and as Main street is contin-
uously built upon Sweetsburg and Cowansville, present the appearance of
one good-sized town i-ather than of two distinct villages.
Mr. C. Thomas, in a work published b}- him in 1866, entitled
''
Contributions
to the History of the Eastern Townships," sa3-s thut J(;hn Church, from
the v^tate of N^ew York, settled in this locality in 1799, nnd that until
1854, when the post office was established, it was called Churchville after
the Church family, and from the same source it is also learnt that this
place "owes much of its present importance and prosperity to G. H.
Sweet, Esq., who for manj' years (previous to 1866) has been the leading
man in this village."
A weekly journal, called
"
The District of Bedford Times," was formerly
published here by Mr. H. Rose, but, after continuing in existence for
about three years, it ceased to be issued in 1869.
Speaking of Sweetsburg as it is to-day it derives it chief importance from the
fact of its being the main judicial centre for the district of Bedford, com-
prising the Counties of Missisquoi, Brome and Sheftbrd, the Court of
Queen's Bench, Superior and Circuit Courts, and the Sessions of the Peace
for the district being held here. Besides the above there are County Cir-
cuit Courts and Sessions of the Peace held at Bedford for the County of
Missisquoi, at Knowlton for the county of Brome, and at Waterloo for
the count}- of ShefFord.
The Court House and Jail were erected in Sweetsburg in 1861, at a cost of
825,000, and compai-e favorably with buildings used for similar purposes
in other sections of the Province, 'i heir location is pleasant, being on
one side of a square, encircled with a row of trees, to which, as they
increase in size, every year they add additional beauty
;
having in the
centre a very nice croquet lawn, the whole soon to be surrounded by stone
posts, supporting (it is likelj') a chain fence. It would naturally be
inferred, from the fact of Sweetsburg being from time to time the abode
of judges, advocates, plaintiffs, defendants, witnesses and juiymen, that
its hotel accommodations would be of a superior class, and such is indeed
the case, both the Sweetsburg House and the American Hotel being
entitled to rank with the best in the townships. Attached to the Sweets-
burg House, of which Mr. Lappin is the proprietor, is a tine hall capable
of seating four hundred persons. The interior decorations are in good
taste, and in size it is 66 x 36 feet, the height being 22 feet. One of the
most useful and worthy institutions of the place is the Missisquoi High
School, which has been established 24 3-ears, and has done good service in
the cause of education. During the last five years it has been under the
charge of the Rev. T. W, Fyles, who was appointed principal by the
Bishop at the request of some of the leading pai-ishioners. Mr. Fyles has
had 26 yeiivs experience as a teacher, and holds a certiticate ot merit as a
schoolmaster, signed by the Earl of Granville, Lord President of the Com-
mittee of Council on Education, and a diploma as a teacher of science and
art, signed by Kichard Redgrave, Eoyal Academician. During the last
five 3'ears 163 young persons have received instruction in the school, 15
COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI —SWEETSBURO.
113
of them having obtained elementary school diplomas. The boards of
examiners, Protestant and Catholic, with power to grant elementary
school diplomas in the district of Bedford, meet here on the first Tuesday
in the months of May and November, for the examination of teachers.
Sweetsburg is a station on the line of the South-Eastern Railway, and is on
the south branch of the YamasUa Eiver, in the townsiiip of Dunham The
village is incorporated, and contains a population of from 300 to 850. For
the names of the farmers resident in the vicinity of Sweetsburg, as well as
all others in the township in which it is situated, see the Farmers' Director}'
of the township of Dunham.
Note:—Street is understood: example, Post office, Main, means Main street;
Abbreviations used: —Adv, advertisement; bds, boards; do same place or
same street ; h. house.
T. Batchelder,
Alfred, laborer, bds
American House, G,
proprietor, Main
Archambeault
Main
Baker hon. Geoi-ge B., Q.C. (Buchanan
& Baker), M.P., county of Missis-
quoi. Main
Batchelder G. T., proprietor American
House, Main
BELL JOHN J-,
architect, contrac-
tor bridge and general builder.
References given when required.
Main, near the Missisquoi High
school. Post office address, Cowans-
ville. See Adv page 45
Bell Miss Polly, bds Sweetsburg House
Berard Theophile, boot and shoe
maker, Main
Boright C. H., general merchant and
station agent South-Eastern Rail-
way, Main, h do
BORIGHT CURTIS S., postmaster,
dealer in groceries, flour, corn, pork,
salt antl a well assorted stock of
farmers' produce, which he is bound
to sell at prices that defy com-
petition. Highest cash prices paid
for butter, also agent Montreal Tele-
graph Company, Main, h do
Boright Georire. retired, Main
BORIGHT MRS. CURTIS S.>
millinery and fancy good.-, Main
Boucher Constantine, deputy protho-
notary Superior Court, district of
Bedford, bds at Sweetsburg House
Bousquet Frank, agent Belden's Atlas
of
the Dominion of Canada, bds at
American House
Bowker Luke, saddle and harness
maker. Main, bds do
Bowker M. E., farmer, Main
Branehaud Edward, carpenter and
joiner, Kim
BRAY WILLIAM MOORE,
whole-
sale and retail boot and shoe manu-
facturer. Country merchants sup-
plied at low prices. Peoj)le's own
stock made up if desired. All work
warranted. Main opposite the Court
house, h do
BUCHANAN & BAKER
(G. C. Y.
Buchanan,
Q.C, and hon. George B.
Baker, Q.C), advocates, &c., Main.
See Card page 116
Buchanan G. C V., Q.C (Buchanan &
Baker), Main
Buck Frank, laborer, Main
Budd William H,, carpenter and joiner,
Main
BULMAN J. D-,
captain and ad-
jutant 79th battalion. Practical
watchmaker and jeweller, chrono-
meters and rack lever watches skil-
fully repaired ; also, patent right
solicitor. Patents secured in all
countries where granted. Trade
marks and designs registered, Main,
h do
Bur}- James, clerk, official assignee's
office of Peter Cowan, bds at the
American House
Butler Miss Catherine, teacher district
school
Carlin James H., saddle and harness
maker. Main, h do
Carpenter Mrs. Hiram, Main
Channell David B., employee Pas-
sumpsic Railway, Main
CHRIST CHURCH,
Main, rev. T.
W. Fyles, rector
Church Franklin, carriage painter,
Elm
114 COUNTY OF MIS3ISQU0I—SWEETSBURQ.
Churcli Henry, Main
CHURCH OF STS ROSE DS
LIMA,
rev. J. B. S. St Oi.ge, parish
priest
Circuit Court, district of Bedford,
Frederick T. Hall, clerk, oflBce Court
House
Clark Mrs. Elizabeth, widow Archibald,
Main
Clerk of the Crown, district of Bedford,
Frederick T. Hall, office Court
House
Clerk of the Peace, district of Bedford,
Frederick T. Hall, office Court
House
Cotton George, farmer, near Eailwaj'
Depot
Cotton Thomas, near Railway Depot
COWAN PETER,
sheriff district of
Bedfoid and official assignee for
same, office Court House, Sweets-
burg, resides Albert, Cowansville
CROTHERS &DUFFY.(R.
A.
Crothers, B.A., B.C.L., and H. T.
Duffy, B.A., B.C.L.), advocates, bar-
risters, &c. Collections promptly
attended to, near the Court House,
also at Bedford
Crothers E. A., B.A.,B.C.L. (Crothers
&. Duffy), resides at Bedford
DES ROCHES DOSITHEE,
pro-
prietor bweetsburg 'fannery, manu-
facturer of upper and harness lea-
ther. Custom work done at the
very lowest price. Main, h do
Des Roches 2s'ai-cisse, blacksmith and
horse shoer, Main, h do
District school, Miss Catherine Butler,
teacher
Doty Ira, hostler Sweetsburg House
Duffy H T., B.A., B.C.L, (Crothers &
Uuffy), bds at Sweetsburg House
Duncan James, l)ar keeper American
House
Farnan Felix, provincial land surveyor,
office and residence Main
Ferguson F. F , butter and cheese
bu3-ei', bds at American House
Fox John F., jjianoforte and organ
tuner, dealer in pianos and organs,
bds at American liouse
Fuller H. Le Roy, M.D., physician to
the jail, office and residence Main
GALER GEORGE N ,
bailiff Sup-
erior Court, district of Bedford and
district n-iao;istrates' constable, Main
GALER MRS. GEORGE N ,
mil-
liner and dressmaker. Main
GoddardE. C. .general merchant, Main,
h do
Goodwin Louis D., deputy sheriff dis-
trict of Bedford, bds at American
i^ouse
Griggs Joseph, laborer. Main
Hall Frederick T., prothonotary, clerk
of the CJi'own, Peace and Circuit
Court, office Court House, h near
Court House
Hall —
,
produce dealer
HULL 0- N-,
watchmaker and jewel-
ler, dealer in watches, clocks, jewel-
lery, plated ware, fancy goods, &c.,
Hull's block, Main, Cowansville, h.
Main. See Adv page 49
Jacobs Josejih, laborer, Main
_Jokisch Hermann, principal Sweets-
burg College, Main
Jones Lafayette, bailiff Superior Court,
district of Bedford, Main
Kathan C. C, farmer, Main
Kathan Miss Alice, organist Christ
church
Kemp Edwin, deputy prothonotary,
Main
Laporte Antoine, painter, Main
LaPPIN CHARLES,
proprietor
Sweetsburg House. Has been en-
larged and improved, and is first-
class in all its arrangements. Good
livery connected, Main
Leclaire John, carriageraaker. Main
McLoughlm Joseph A., inspector of
schools, district of Bedfoi-d
MISSISQUOI HIGH SCHOOL
(Church of England), visitor, the
Lord Bishop of Montreal; rector,
the rev. T. W. Fyles
Mitchell Albert E. (Uacicot & Mit-
chell), office and residence. Main
MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO.,
Curtis 8. Boi-ight, agent, Main
Moore Albert E., boot and shoe maker,
^Lain
MOUNTAIN JOSEPH,
dealer in
all kinds of confectionery, foreign
and domestic fruits, oysters, &c.,
also barber and hairdresser and
COUNTY OP MISSISQDOI—SWEETSBURG—VENICE—DUNBORO. 115
dealer in perfumery, toilet article?*,
&c. The celebrated Balliniore
oysters served up in every style
during the season. Hotels and
families supplied at the lowest mar-
ket rates, Main near the Coui-t
house, bds at Sweets hurg House
Papineau Lewis, bakor, Main, h do
Pickcl H. D., mayor of Sweeisburg.
high constable, district of Bedford,
office Main, h do
PicUlo Abraham, farmer, Main
PICKLE EDWARD,
proprietor
S\veet>burg and Frclighsburg Stage
Line, Main
Pickle Simon T., stage driver, Main
Plainondon J. B., bds at Sweetsburg
House
POST OFFICE
Main, Curtis S.
Boright, postmaster
Prothonotary, Frederick T. Hall,
office Court House
Racicot & Mitchell (Ernest Racicot,
Q.C., and Albert E. Mitchell), advo-
cates, offices at residences, Main
Racicot Ernest, Q.C. (Racicot & Mit-
chell), M.P.P., county of Missisquoi,
office and residence, Main
Rhicard Charles E., carriagemaker,
Elm, h do
Robitaille Joseph, fai-mer, Depot road
SHERIFFS OFFICE,
district of
Bedford, Court House, Peter Cowan,
sheriff
Shufelt G Fuller, J.P., farmer and
councillor. Elm
South Eastern railway, C. H. Boright,
station ajrent
Stone v.. butcher, Main
ST ONGE REV. J. B- S-
parish
priest, residence at church, Main
Streeter Fred., hostler American
House
STREETER GEORGE R
. manu-
facturer of Immes and mop handles.
All orders for the above, by mail or
otherwise, will receive prompt at-
tention and be executed at the low-
est prices. First-class work guar-
anteed. ^^:lin. h do
SWEETSBURG ATsTD FRE-
LIGHSBURG STAGE LINE,
Edwai-d Pickle, proprietor
Sweetsburg College, Main, Hermann
.lokisch, principal
SWEETSBURG HOUSE,
C. Lap-
pin, ])ro])i-ietor. Ha^ been enlarged
and improved, and is first-class in all
its arrangements. Good livery con-
nected, 3Iain
Sweetsburg jail, Norman Vincent,
SWEETSBURG tannery,
Dosi-
theo Dos Roches, propi-ietor, manu-
facturer of upper and harness lea-
ther. Custom work done at the
ver}- lowest price, Main
Vincent Norman, jailor Sweetsburg
jail, resides in the building
Vincent N. E.. bailiff Superior court
District of Bedford
Washer S. S., laborer, near Railway
Depot
, Wyllie James, jun., operator Montreal
lelegraph Co., bds with Curtis S.
Borighi, 3Iain
VENICE.
A post office in the parish of St. George de Clarenceville, Seigniories of Noyan
and Foucauit, established for the convenience of the agricultural commu-
nity in its vicinity. As the names of all the farmers in its neighborhood,
as well as all others in the parish in which it is situated, will be found in
the Farmers' Directory of the Parish of St. George de Clarenceville, it is
not necessary to repeat them here.
This post office is distant from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 7 miles, and
from Clarenceville tlie same distance. Population in its vicinity about 150.
Hunter Thomas, farmer and postmaster.
DUNBORO'.
In Dunham Township, is not a village, but simply a post office. The farmers
in its vicinity will be found in the Farmers' Directory of the Township
of Dunham.
116 MONTREAL AND SWEETSBURG ADVERTISEMENTS.
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MOWERS
MANUFACTURERS,
Smitlx's Fall's, Ont.
HORSE
HAY
RAKES,
No. G Wrot Beam Plongli.
The above cut represents our No. 6 Plough so widely known in the Eastern
Townships.
We also manufacture the No.
5
and 8 Ploughs^ better suited for lea ploughing.
Full particulars on application to
LARMONTH & SONS,
83 COLLEGE ST., MONTREAL.
Or to D. E. KNIGHT. Stanbridge; O HEBERT. St. Johns ; FRS. PINSONNEAULT, Grande Ligne
;
JOS. KEillLLARD, St. Alexandre; JAMES CODE, Rougemont.
,ir
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ADVOCATES,
&c..
SwEETSBURG, P.Q.,
0- C. V. BUCHANAN, a.C. Hon- GEO. B. BAEEE, Q.C.
TOWN OP ST. JOHXS. 117
ST. JOHNS.
The Fort of St, Johns, which lies at the south end of the town of St. Johns, on
the left bank of the River liiclieUeu, was built by the French about the
year lG<i7, during the Government of the
•'
Marquis de Tracy," the then
Viceroy of the French possessions in North America.
This fort, as well as those of Sorel, Chambly, Ste. Tl>erese and Ste. Ann, at the
foot ot Lake Churnplain, were intended to check the incursions of the Iro-
quoi Indians, who ilurinij^ these remote times were the most dangerous
Ibes the early French settlers had to contend .against.
Nothing of ])ecuiiar importance occurred about the Fort of 8t. Johns from the
dale of its foundation until the conquest of Canada by the British.
During the memorable year 17(i0, ihe Frejieh troops, after having been dis-
lodged from all their positions on Lake Champlain, retreated towards the
forts oi '-lie aux Noix," St. Johns, and Monti-eal.
The British and Colonial troops, under General An>herst, succeeded in driving
befoi-e them the gallant French General Bourlamarque, and on the 8tb of
i^eptember, 1760, .Montreal was besieged. Every man conversant with our
history knows the details of the capitulation of iMontreal, and its conbe-
quences.
During the American War of Independence General Mo-ntgoniery, at the head
ofa portion of the Continental Army, invaded Canada,ai>dafiei- having taken
by surprise Forts Frederic, Ticonderoga (formerly Fort Carillon), and
"
Isle
aux JSoix," laid siege to the
"
Fort of St. Johns," and oidy succeeded in
reducing it after forty-tive days.
In 1812-1H-14 the Fort of St. Johns was one of the points where was prepared
that expedition against the United States which culminated in the Platts-
burg disaster.
No important event took place from 1814 to 1827, when the late Honorable
JRobert Jones built a toll bridge over the Eiver liichelieu, thus affording
easy communication with the Eastern Townships, and giving an impulse
to the trade of the little town.
In 1828, the lioman Catholic parish of St. Johns was erected, and the first Catho-
lic church built there. Previous to that, about 1813, by royal letters
patent, the Anglican parish of St, James was founded, and in I8l9 the Pro-
testants of this portion of the country saw the erection of the yet existing
church.
St. Johns saw the first railroad built in Canada from Laprairie, putting the
locality in direct communication with MontreaL
During the rebellion in 1837-38-39, this place was made quite conspicuous by
the patriot agitation of the time.
In 1858, the village of St. Johns became an incorporated town,, and about the
same time was put in communication with the Eastern Townships by the
building of a railway to Waterloo.
During the first Fenian raid, St, Johns had the honor to receive a member of
the Koyal family of England, Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught, who was
then an officer of the Kitie Brigade, which was stationed at St, Johns. From
that date until 1876, 6t, Johns enjoyed pros])erity, but in that year a ter-
rible conflagration destroyed the best portion of the town, causing immense
losses, the etiects of which are jet keenly felt by its trading community.
For the foregoing interesting facts relative to the history of St, Johns we are
indebted to the courtesy of Stanislas Cote, Esq., the ebliging town secre-
tary, who not only in this but in other instances also aflorded us much valu-
able assistance. With reference to the fire to which he alludes, the following
118 TOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
account of it is condensed from the News and Frontier Advocate, published
at St. Johns, of the 30th of June, 1876. In an article headed '-Our Great
Fire," it says :
*'
The lamentable tire which desolated St. Johns on the 18th inst. was probably
the larijest which ever occurred in any town in America in proportion to
the Nize of the place. With the exception of one house on Kichelieu street
—a wooden buildin<;- at the head of the street—owned by Mrs. Dewar and
occupied by Mr. Bull and Prof. Bedard, the flames made a clean sweep of
eveiy structure down to the locks. Below this point, by almost superhu-
man efforts, Mr. F. Monneite saved his brick residence, and the new ter-
race of Mr. Ryder and Mr. Vaughan's dwelling also escaped, though the
out-buildings fell a prey to the devouring element. On Champlain street
on the east side, only a little cluster of houses are left standing at the head
of the street. These were the residences of Messrs. Osgood, Peirce,
French, Brosseau and Pattee. Though in imminent danger for a long
time, the exertions of a few determined men, and the application of water
put on hy hand, finally got the mastery of the flames. The total number
of houses and tenements destroyed i.s as nearl}' as can be gauged, 425,
and the total loss may be moderately estimated at a million of dollars.
Most of the buildings were of brick or stone, and a large number of them
were covered with metal or composition roofing. The heat was so intense
that so-called tire-proof buildings caught almost as readily as wooden struc-
tures. The terrific hurricane carried burning shingles and even large
pieces of boards through the air, and these alighting at various points, set
house after house on tire. A ]-esident of Iberville counted "nine distinct
fires within forty minutes of the tirst alarm. Wfiile people were working
in Bissett's large block, close to where the tire broke out, still hoping to
save it, several stores were burning much lower down the street.
The best houses destroyed were the Banque de St. Jean, cut stone, J. E. Cle-
ment's cut stone store, D. Macdonald's stone dwelling, Macpherson's block,
including the stores of Cousins, Wight, and Futvoye, Merchants' Bank
block, Langelier & Decelles' store, iMonnette's Hotel, Mrs. Dewar's, J.
Howie's, the Post Office, several substantial brick buildings belonging to
the Mott estate, including The News Printing House and Custom House,
Mr. Paint's new store, L. Decelles', Mr. Charlton's corner house (Amer-
ican Hotel), Ml". Davignon's stone store, O'Cain's brick block, W. Coote's
block, the Woollen Mill, Larocque's block, Eositer's residence and tannery,
Shallow's new houses, K. Douglas', &c"
In
placing the loss at one million dollars, the writer of the above was well
within the mark, in reality it was near $1,500,000. Various insurance com-
panies suffered heavily, but they met their losses, which,amounted to over
§500,000,
promptly and honorably.
At the time when this great calamity fell upon the Town, Richelieu, then, as
now, the principal busine>6 thoroughfare, was only thirty-six feet wide,
and, though it contained a number of tine buildings, was, on the whole,
neither much better nor much worse, so far as appearances went, than the
average business streets of towns of the size of St. Johns. Now, however,
Richelieu street, without flattery, is the tinest business thoroughfare in
the Province of Quebec, outside of the cities of Montreal and Quebec.
Twenty-lour feet having been added to its width, it is now sixt}^ feet wide,
straight as a bee line, and lined on both sides with fine, modern stores,
many really handsome public buildings, such as the post oflice, custom
house, Banque de St. Jean, Merchants Bank, &c. Amongst other prominent
business establishments on this street, the office of The News and Frontier
Advocate is not the least so.
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS. 119
Speaking of newspaper.-*, the press—that great power for good or evil —is
unu^l^ally well represented in 8t. Johns.
The Neics ami Frontier A'fvorate occupies a verj prominent position among the
rural papers of the Province of Quebec. It w.as establis!)e i in the year
1848 by the late W. \Y. Smith, and for one year wa^ published at
Phiiipsburg in the
t
ounty of Missisquoi. It was then removed to St.
Johns, wiiere it was for several years conducted by its foumler, and sub-
sequently by his son, the present proprietor. The News has a widespread
and increasing circulation in every portion of the Eastern Township-^, and it,
probably, to-day enjoys the honor of beinif perused by a larger number of
renders in this progressive poi-tion of the country than any other single
paper. As a matter of course this renders it a valuable advertising
medium, and it is, therefore, little surpi-ising that the business men of
Montreal and el.sewhere should make lil>ei-al use of its columns.
Thougii 27ie yews has always been conservative in politics, it has never been
violently partizan in its character, and, by its moiieraie but (Outspoken and
fearless utterances, has acquired a degree of influence and respect which it
is not the good fortune of ail papers to achieve.
At the tinie of the disastrous tire which swept over St. Johns, in June, 1876,
TheXews establishment was levelled to the ground, scarcely an article was
saved from tlie ruins, 3'et not an issue of the pa|>er was missed, nor an edition
printed outside the town. A complete nevv outtit was speedily obtained, and
in a few days time the business of the oflSce was resumed as usual, in the High
School building, where the paper has since been published. A bands')me new
building has, however, just been erected purposely for the proprietor and,
by the time this publication goes to press. The Xexcs will be issued from
its new quarters, on Kicheliei; street, nearly opposite the new post office.
There are very few country journals which contain as much reading matter
as The News, or to which more attention is devoted in the literary or
mechanical make-up. It is a large sheet, 30 x 45 inches, and the adver-
tisements, though ot course the most profitable source of revenue, are
restricted in a circumscribed limit of one-third the total space. The sub-
scription price is very low, being only SI a year, post-paid to any address.
The printing plant of i'he News is very complete for a country office. It
comprises tive modern printing presses, a steam engine, a large paper
cutter, and a very extensive stock of type, paper and other material,
enabling its proprietor to compete successfully with city offices in all
classes of book and job work.
The News is the only English paper in the district (comprising three coun-
ties) of wliich St Johns is the chef-lieu.
Le Franco-Canddien is the liberal organ for the district of Iberville, being the
only paper advocating the views of that parly published in the section of
country above mentioned. It was established on the 1st of June,
1860, in St Johns, by I. Bourguignon, the pre.-ent proprietor. This paper
has always received a large measure of public encouragement, and the
publisher, in order to accord with the desire of his patrons, has been obliged
for some time past to issue two editions, ie Franco-Canadien tlrst appeared
as a bi-weekly. On the 1st of May, 1879, it became a tri-weekly, and at
the same time a vreekly edition was established—the bi-weekly being dis-
continued. Both thcfcC editions are carefully edited, the matter being
varied and select, in crder to interest all classes of readers. As the circula-
tion of these papers is very considerable in the populous section of coun-
try in which they are issued, they afford excellent opportunities of adver-
tising to that portion of the business community who, in order to sell their
120
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
o-oods, take the sensible course of informing the public that they have
goods to sell. In connection with the office is a good job-printing estab-
lishment, containing every essential necessary for the production of fii'st-
class work, printed in either Fi-ench or English.
La Voix du Feuple, established by E03" Brothers, December 3rd, 1878. Since
its first number it has met with a success unprecedented in the annals of
Journalism
;
it is the Organ of the French Conservatives of this district. Al-
though not quite a year in existence the enterprise with which it has been
conducted
has obtained for La Voix du Peuple a circulation of over
2, ^'UU, and this edition, large as it is, increases from week to week. Manufac-
turers,
merchant.s, and all those who wish to communicate with the ])ublic
would do well to bear this fact in mind. The job dej)urtment is furnished
with a complete assortment of the newest styles of type and cuts of all kinds,
and is under the supervision of a competent and experienced printer; the
otfice
possesses eveiy facility for the execution of first-class work.
The
manutiicturing interest is. well represerited in St Johns
;
a large number
of important factories, foundries, mill and other manufacturing establish-
ments are in operation, amongst others the St Johns' Stone (Jhinaware
Co.
Excelsior Glass Works, St Johns' Cigar Manulactory, Molleur, Lanier
& Co.,
wax tajjer manufacturers and wax bleachers—whose tactory, how-
ever, is at Iberville on the opposite shore of the river—Louis Bou.squet,8aw
mill. Cote.
Arpin, &c., Elijah Bowler, &c., kc
The
boot and shoe manufactory of Cote, Arpin «t Co. is situated near the head
of James street. The building is four stories in height, 110 feet in length
by 36 in width, is substantially built of brick, and is as convenient, light,
and well fitted up as any factory in the Dominion. The original cost of
the
building and machinery was twenty-four thousand dollars, and it was
built in the year 1S73 by the St Johns' Boot and Shoe Co., from whom it
was purchased in November, 1876, by Cot^, Cote & Co., of St Hyacinthe.
From them it passed into the possession of Cote, Arpin & Co. in May, 1879,
who now carry on the business on an extensive scale, emploj'ing the ser-
vices of one hundred and fitly hands, with a capacity of turning out five
hundred pairs of boots and shoes in one day, or 150,000 pairs per year.
Among.-t the goods manufactured by this enterprising firm are men's long
boots,
women's, misses' and children's buff and pebble lines and kip seam-
less
balmoral and prunellas. Their ample facilities, and thorough know-
ledire of the business, together with the possession of the most improved
labor-saving
machinery, enable them to place upon the market the best
quality of goods at the lowest current rates.
The St. Johns Kockingham and Yellow Ware manufactory,ofwhich Mr.E. Bowler
is the proprietor, is situated at the corner of Allen and St. Tliomas streets.
The
business embraces the manufacture of Cane, Rockingham and other
ware, and as the proprietor is thoroughly and practically conversant with
all the details of the manufacture in which he is engaged, he is in a posi-
tion to till orders in a manner certain to ensure thorough sati.sfaction. In
price, quality and style, dealers will find the articles made at the above
establishment
equally satisfactory, and the}' would do well to see the
styles and get the prices of this house, the goods being of many various
designs, well finished and cheap, and therefore very saleable.
St.
Johub is undoubtedly one of the very pleasantesi places in the Dominion. It
is
beautifully situated on the west shore of the Kiver Kichelieu, at the
head of the Chambly Canal, and at the foot of the navigable waters of
Lake
Champlain, in the Barony of Lougucuil, County of St. Johns, district
of Iberville, of which it is the chef-lieu. Two sessions of the Court of
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS: 121
Queen's Bench, holding criminal jurisdiction, three Sessions of the Sup-
erior Court and three of the Circuit Court are held here annuallj'. St.
Johns is an important station of the Grand Trunk Eailway (Montreal, St.
Johns and Rouses Point Branch). Central YerinonL Railway', (Staustead,
Slietibrd and Cnambly Division), &c.
The town of Iberville is situated on the east side of Ihe river immediately op-
posite, and is connected with St. Johns by a bridjj^e, on which a toll is
levied on all foot passengers, as well as vehicles, cattle, &c. Manj^ of the
towns throughout Ontario, in order to facilitate business, are doing away,
80 far as lies in their povvcr, with the imposition of this species of tax on
trade, and no doubc if this bridge was free, tlie eftec!, from a business
poinl of view, would be beneficial to St. Johns. A railway bridge also
spans the river close b}-. The customs business done at St. Johns is of
large proportions. The imports for the yea-- ending June 30th, 1879, were
!^408,972, while the expoi'ts for the same period amounted to 8837,390.
The number of vessels inwards from the Uoilcrl States for the same time
was 848 with a tonnage of 70,69;", I'nd oulvvards392 vessels with an aggre-
gate of 2o,l8i' tons, Uesidcs 79o vessels from the Unite 1 States, with
cargoes for other jjor's, reported invvards at St. Johns, and about 1,249
vessels passing outwai'd to the same country cleared from other ports with
cargo, luaking altogether, inwards and outwards, a to'al of 3, 28J vessels.
There is a somewhat novel enterprise carried on in the vicinity of St.
Johns, namely, an eel fishery, whi'jn by the way is of considerable impor-
tance. Across '.he rapids of the beauiji'ul Richelieu, about one quarter of
a mile from the tovvn, eel dams are built, in ordcf to interr-eoo the An-
guilla on their ;)aasr.ge -rom Ijake Champlain io the sea, for this genus of
sol't-rinned Dshes travel a good way. and would make excellenc time in the
popular go-as-you-please contents of the present enliglitened age. The
dams are woo len boxes (about four to erch one) pla;',cd in su<rh a manner
as CO have a dopuli of Jibout two fee^ of wa.ier iii ih^m. Tiie ingress is
easy, the egress impossible, so when .hese serpent-like dsh are once caught
it is all up with iiiem. Being captured they a"e carried on shore and
puL in iai-ge tanks filled vV'^^h water to Keep them alive •. ill shipped to
Montreal, Boston, New York .nnd many otho- points, fhe season for
catching eels is I'-on^ the rifteenth of June to the .irs.. of November, and at
this fishery from tweni^y-Sve -o iliirty thousand of them ai'e caaj;hi. annu-
ally. The proprietors are ?.fessrs. ThtiOutC, Goj-ette & Co., oi' Iberville.
St. Johns is dis'.ji.c., ^''O-a Abboi^t's Corner
41^
miles, Adamsville 29|^, Allen's
Corner 29, Bec^ib d 21, Boscobel 58, Brigharai<^Chambly 12, Ciarenceville
19,
Dunham ol. '-i-A^-j Bolton
54^,
j isl Farnhan) 26, Farnham 17, Freligh.s-
burg 31-2-. Froso Village 49, Cranby 29, Koowlton 43, L'Acadie 6, Lacolle
18, 'i'Auge G.'.rdien 23,
Mansonvlile 57, Milton Corner 37, Marieville
12,
Mont St. Hilnire
20, .\oyao 21. !->:gcon Hill
29^,
Philipsburg
24i
Kichelieii
10, Roose's l*oi'io. N. Y.',
2.J, tJoxioo Falls 53, Sudon Flats
43, Stukely
52,
Sweetsburg 34, Su. Alexandi-e
9h,
Si. Angele 11^, Ste. Brigide I J, Si. Ce-
saire 21i, St. G cgoiro 6, St B daire 2U, St. Jean Baptiste
19^,
St. Mathias
13i, St. Paul ue Abboitsibrd 27|-, W.irden
47J,
Waterloo 45, West Shettbrd
37|,
and Mon.t-cd 27, Kingston 199, Toronto 360, Hamilton 398, London
475, Detroit, Mich., 58j,.;ind v'a Mouu-eal from Quebec 199, St. John, N.B.,
607, Halifax, N. S., 683, Charlottetown, P. E. Island, 907, and Liverpool,
England, 2269.
Population about 5,000.
I
122 TOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
Abbreviations used: Adv, advertisement; bds, boards; C. V. R., Central Ver-
mont Railway; do, same place orsame street ; G. T. R., Grand Trunk Rail-
way
;
h, house
;
S. S. & C. E., Stanstead, Shetiord and Chambly Railway.
The names in capitals are those of subscribers and adveitisers
Hole.—Street is understood, lor example, post office, 23 Richelieu, means 23
Richelieu street.
ACCIDENT
INSURANCE CO-
OF
CANADA.
James O'Cain,
agent, 1 St George. See Adv page 149
Agricultural Society oi the County of
fct John>-,
Laurent Levi Ro}-, La-
cadie, president
;
Julius Woodworth,
Lacolle,
vice-president; Eugene
Archambeault, St Johns, secretary-
treasurer
Allen Wm.. trackman, 16 Lemoine
A]>IERICAN HOTEL,
D. B. Bart-
lett, proprietor, lU, 12 and 14 Riche-
lieu. See Adv page 125
Amiot Pierre, laborer, 34 Desala berry
Ai'caud Michel, brakesman C.V.Ii., 47
Albert
ARCHAMBEAULT EUGENE,
no-
tary, .'-ecretaiy-treasurer of the Mu-
nicipal Council of the County of St
Johns, of the 31unicipal Council of
the Parish of St Johns, and of the
Agricultural Society of the County
ot St Johns, 29 St James, h 27 do
Armstrong Ths., locomotive foreman
G.T.E.,Champlain near G.T.E. depot
ARUN CHARjLES
(Cote, Arpin &
Co.), banker, agent Delaware and
Hudson Canal Co.'s Eailway. Ad-
vances made on consignments
;
col-
lections made in all parts of Canada
and the United States, 71 Richelieu,
h 74 Jacques Cartier
AEPIN EDOUARD
(successor to
J. L. Carson, established 1859),
bookseller and stationer, dealer in
wall paper, Berlin wool, fancy goods,
guns, revolvers, tishing tackle, &c.,
3tj Eichelieu, h 74 Jacquea Cartier.
See Adv opposite page
Arpin Francois, clerk, 28 Champlain
Arpin Joseph, laboier, 28 Champlain
Asselin Zephirin, 7 Albert
Attenborough M., joiner, 58 Champlain
AUBRY REV. FORTUNAT,
par-
ish prie>t, b2 Jacques Cartier
AuciairiMichel, plasterer, 11 U St James
Audelin Antoine, hostler, 7U St James
Audelin Antoine, laborer, 36 DucbSne
Audelin Pierre, livery stable, 72 St
James, h do
Audet Jean Baptiste (agent), baker,
lU St I'homas, h do
Augei- Fiangois, laborer, 13 Grant
Balthazar J., shoemaker, 52 St Charles
Balthazar W iltVid, clerk, St Charles
BANQ,UE DE ST JEAN (LA),
Louis Molieur, jun., president; Ph.
Baudouin, cashier, 85 Richelieu.
See Adv opposite page
BAECELOW TOUSSAINT,
black-
smith, ho)>e.shoer and gunsmith
;
car-
riage ironing and all kinds of black-
siniths' work done to order. Horses
shod on the moht approved principle.
Guns repaired. Low prices and
quick work, 105 Champlain, h 12
St Charles
Barland N, ^I'ocer, 95 St James, h do
BARTLETT D- B-,
proi)rietor Bart-
lett's Anierii-an Hotel, 10, 12 and 14
Richelieu. See Advpage 125
Basticn Hilaiie, carpenter, 20 Queen
BAUDOUIN PH.,
cashier La Banque
de St Jean, 87 Richelieu. See Adv
opposite page
Bayard Keme, tailor, Desalaberry
Bean John, crate maker, 61 Queen
Beauclicmin Charles Henry, book-
keeper with Langelier & -Decelles,
bds at St John's Hotel, 60 and 62
Kicheliea
Bcauchemin Eli, laborer, 7 Duchene
Beauvais David, dry goods, groceries,
&c., 124 Richelieu, h 122 do
BEAUDRY JOSEPH,
proprietor
Montreal Hotel. First-class house.
Meals at all houi's, 121 and 123
Richelieu
Beaudry Joseph, sen., 33 x\lbert
Beaudry Napoleon, butcher, St Johns
iMarket, h 59 Lemoine
Beautlry Olivier, gardener, 115 Albert
Beaudry Thdophile, laborer, 47 Albert
Bedard Edmond, switchman C.V.R.,
74 Queen
Bedard Francois, milkman, 133 Albert
ST. JOHNS ADVERTISEMENTS. 123
EDOUARD ARPIN,
BOOKSELLER
DEALER IN
Berlin
Wool,
Fancy
Goods,
&c., &c.
(Successor to J. V.. CARSON),
ESTABLISHED 1859.
GunS'
Revolvers.
Razors,
&c., &c., &c.
Wall Paper
A SPECIALTY,
36
Richelieu Street,
St. Johns, P.Q.
PICTURE
FRAMING
In all its branches.
Boats,
Guns^
Fishing
Tackles
AMD
BOOKS
To Rent.
LA
BASQUE D£ ST.
JEAN,
Head Office St. Johns, P.Q.
Branch at
Napierville, P.O., . .
M. CATUDAL,
Manager,
Montreal Correspondents,
New York
"
Bank of Monteeal,
Messrs. SwiTHEns & Watson.
GENERAL
BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
AMERICAN CURRENCY BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Drafts issued on MONTREAL and NEW YORK.
Drafts on PARIS, France ;
LONDON, England
;
SAN
FRANCISCO,
&c
,
furnished on application.
COIiLKCTIONS
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AND REJTIITTKD
FOR.
5 per Cent interest allowed on deposits in the Savings
Bank
Department.
LOUIS MOLLEUR, FILS,
President.
PH. BAUDOUIN,
Cashier.
124
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
Belanger Charles, deputy prothono-
tary, deputy clerk of the Circuit
Court, Peace and Crown, resides at
Iberville
Bdlanger Frangois, farmer, St James,
above Cote, Arpin & Co.'s factory
Belanger Joseph, hostler St Johns
Hotel, 60 and 62 Richelieu
Belanger Michel, sexton Church of St
John the Evangelist, (H.C.,) board-
ing house, 35 St Charles
B^lnnger Mrs., widow, 80 Jacques
Carlier
Belle Joseph, blacksmith, 93 Cham-
plain, h do
Belle Olivier, general dealer, St James
near Cot^, Arpin & Co.'s factory
Benjamain Baptiste (J. Meunier & Co.),
resides at Ste Ang^le
Bcnoit Jacques, laborer, 108 St Peter
Benoit Louis, laborer, 4 Duchene
Benoit Louis, laborer, 115 St Peter
Berniev T. Alfred (Carreau & Bernier),
40 Duchene
Bertrand A. (A. Bertrand & Co.), 7
Longueuil
BERTRAND A-, & CO.,
wholesale
dealers in pressed ha}', grain, flour,
seeds, salt, and all kinds of country
produce, samples mailed if desired.
Mixed car filled on order, 78 St
John
Bertrand Henri, printer News office
Berlrand Joseph, blacksmith and
horr>eshoer, ^0 St John, h 108 Queen
Bertrand Theophile, tailor and cutter,
169 Richelieu
Bessette Charles E, fire station keeper
and mechanical engineer, resides at
the station, Longueuil
Bessette Godfroi, huckster. Market
square, h 164 rtichelieu
Bessette Mrs. Noel, huckster, Market
square
Black Henderson (J. & H. Black), 64
Champlain
Black John (J. & H. Black), 64
Champlain
BLACK J. & H.
(John and Hen-
der.-.on Black), merchants and pri-
vate bankers, 6 St James
Black Mrs. John, 64 Champlain
Bienvcnu Amable, moulder, 22 St
John
Biron Louis, engineer, 119 St James
BISAILLON AIKLABLE,
proprietor
United States Hotel. House large
and roomy, and accommodation first
class, St James, corner Champlain
Bisaillon J., clerk at Uni;ed States
Hotel, St James, corner Champlain
Biscornais Joseph, laborer, 131 Albert
Biscornais Napoleon, hostler Canada
Hotel, 177 and 179 Richelieu
Bissett Charles A., clerk, 17 Richelieu
BISSETT JAS.
(estate of the late),
John Donaghy, manager, custom
house and commission brokers,
dealers in coal, wood, bricks, &c.,
13, 15 and 17 Richelieu. See Adv
opposite page
Bisson rev. M
,
vicar Church of St
John the Evangelist, (R. C), 82 Jac-
ques Cartier
BissonnetLe Jean Baptiste, clerk and
landing waiter, customs, 22 Lon-
gueuil
Bisson nette Joseph, carter, 18 Jacques
Cartier
Bissonnette Michel, laborer, 47 St
Peter
Bissonnette Mrs. V. M., widow J. B.,
51 St Jame.s
Boissonnault J. Bte., clerk La Banque
de St Jean, 40 Longueuil
Boissonnault Ths., brakesman G.T.E.,
65 Albert
Boissonnault Thomas, raftsman, 90 St
James
Boivin Alexandre, laborer, 40 Jacques
Cartier
Boivin Ambrose, shoemaker, opposite
Cote, Arpin & Co.'s factory
Boivin Charles, clerk G.T.R., 48 Cham-
BOlVlN CHARLES,
hair dresser.
Hair cutting, shaving, shampooing,
&c., done in the best mimner. Whis-
kers, &c., dyed in the most natural
manner. For an easj' shave and
the above in the best style, go to
Boivin, 99 Jacques Cartier, h do
Boivin Charles, retired, 124 St James
Boivin Frangois, car checker, 60 St
John
Boivin Jean, bookkeeper, 63 Jacques
Cartier
Boivin Josepli, potter, 109 St Jamea
ST. JOHNS ADVERTISEMENTS. 125
TAS. BISSETT,
(ESTATE LATfi)
JOHN DONAGHY, Manager,
GTJ
^TOIS/L I3COXJS
AND
COMMISSION BROKERS,
DEALERS IN
COAL,
WOOD,
BRICKS, &c.,
13, 15 & 17 Richelieu Street,
ST.
JOHNS.
P.Q.
BABTLiTFS AIVIEBJO^^N HOTEL,
lo, 12 and
14
RICHELIEU STREET,
^
Nearly opposite the Custom House, . . St. Johns, P.Q.i
D. B. B..1RTLETT,
-
-
Poprietor.
A First-Class House in ever7 respect, -with Excellent Accommodation for a large
nnmber of Guests. Charges Moderate.
St. Johns is the most itlightful spot on the Richelieu, and, as a pleasant and healthy Summer
Resort, is unsurpassed.
J. A. LOMME,
~
lUPORTEB OF
J5$taplo find. 'tPftncy Tyry Croods,
HARDWARE,
Groceries, Provisions, Wines, Liquors, &c.,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL,
126 and 128 RICHELIEU STREET, - - - - ST. JOHNS, P.Q.
K@~ ONLY ONE PBICE.
126 TOWN OP ST. JOHNS.
Boivin J. T. (J. T. Boivin & Co.), 101
Eichelieu
BOIVIN J. T.r & CO..
watchmakers
and jewellers, dealers in watches,
clocks, jewellery, &c. Watches,
clocks and jewellery promptly and
skilfully repaired :it low prices, 58
Richelieu
Boivin Louis, carter, Sl Thomas near
Duchene
Boivin Moise, butcher, 77 St James
Boivin Mrs. A., widow Charles, 40
Jacques Cartier
Boivin Pierre, batcher, St Johns Mar-
ket, h St Peter near St James
Boivin Pierre, watchman, 60 St John
Boivin Theodore, carpenter, 45
Jacques Cartier
Bonin Jean, bookkeeper, 63 Jacques
Cartier
Bonin Joseph, 35 Champlain
Bonin Joseph (Farrar& Bonin), travel-
ling agent, 43 St George
Bonin Mrs. Hector, 63 Jacques Car-
tier
Bonin Mrs. M., widow, 50 Albert
BONNEAU A-
proprietor St Char-
les Hotel. A large house kept in a
good style, with superior yard and
etable accommodations, 40 St
Charles, corner Jacques Cartier
Bonneau Mrs., widow, 73 Dc-^alaberry
Booth rev. 0. J.,
assistant minister
St James Church, 39 St George
Borland rev. John, general superin-
tendent of the French and Indian
missions of the Methodist Church of
Canada in the Province of Quebec,
54 Jacques Cartier
Borland W. F., manager Excelsior
Glass Works, Queen corner St.
George, h 54 Jacques Cartier
Bouchard Benjamin, laborer, Jacques
Cartier
Bouchard Charles, kiln man, bds 17
Jacques Cartier
Bouchard Edouard, policeman, 10
Market square
Bouchard Joseph, laborer, rear 14 Jac-
ques Cartier
Bouchard J. E. Z., deputy sheriff,
district of Iberville, Champlain
Bouchard Louis, laborer, 33 Desala-
berry
Bouchard Napoleon, kiln-man, 29
Albert
Bouchard Pierre, express driver, 17
Jacques Canicr
BOUCHER CHARLES,
manufac-
turier et raarchand de toutes sortes
de bottes, souliers et pardessus en
caoutchoucs. Styles ^l^gants
;
prix
tres has. Ouvrage pour pratiques
fait a ordre, 68 Eichelieu, r^s do
Boucher Charles, shoemaker, 36 Des-
a la berry
BOUCHER 0. N. E.,
notary public.
Praciises in both languages, 22 St
James,opposite the Seigniorial office,
h 24 St James
Boucher Joseph (Chaput & Boucher),
64 Desalalierr}'
Boucher Guillaume, laborer, 11 Jac-
ques Cartier
Boudreau B., laborer, 5 Desalaberry
Boudreau Edouard, laborer, 9 St Paul
Boudreau Kusebe, 29 Albert
Boudreau Julien, butcher, St John's
Market, h Allen
Boudreau >Joise, joiner, 33 Grant
Boudreau Zephirin, laborer, 56 St
Peter
Boutford Joseph, shoemaker, Allen
Boutfbrd Napoleon, shoemaker, 26 St
John
Bourassa Napoleon, 82 St James
Bourgeois Michel, 28 Grant
Bourgeois PieiTe, laborer, 31 St Peter
Bourgnignon Emile, printer, 46 Grant
Bourguignon Henri, 46 Giant
BOURduiGNON ISAAC,
proprie-
tor, publisher and printer of Le
Franco-Canadien, tri-weekly and
week.y, also book and job printer,
dealer in books, stationery and wall
paper, 2 Market square, h 46 Grant.
xiee Adv page 143
Bourguignon Jean, foreman
"
Le
Franco-Canadien" office, 26 Duchene
Bourguignon L. Hormisdas, clerk and
agent Le Franco-Canadien, 26
Champlain
Bourke Elijah, clerk, 53 Grant
Bourke Eusobe, clerk, 53 Grant
Bourke Thomas J. (La Eocque &
Bourke), 53 Grant
Bourke Joseph E., clerk, Grant
TOWN OF ST, JOHNS. 127
Bousquet David, carpenter, Allen near
Lemoine
Bousquet George, blacksmith, 109 St
Peter
Bousquet Narcisse. 7 Market square
BOUbQUET LOUIS,
raanufacturer
and dealer in lumber of all kinds,
doors, blinds, windows and mould-
ings of all sizes, factory 1 and 3
Richelieu, office 6 Richelieu, h 3
Richelieu. See Adv page 131
Boutin Luc, laborer, 41 Grant
Bowers Samuel, potter, 66 Albert
BOWLER E.,
proprietor St Johns
Rockingham and Yellow Ware
Manufaclorj', manufacturer of cane,
Rockingham and Majolica ware.
Factory and office Allen corner St
Thomas, h 9-4 St Charles. See Ado
oppoi^ite St Johns Rockingham and
Ydlow Ware Manufactory
Boyer & Sene ([agents,] Jules Boyer
and Lue Sene), boot and siioe store,
81 llichelieu
Boyer Joseph, hairdresser, 90 Cham-
plain, h 18 St James
Boyer Jules (Boyer & Sene, agents),
47 Jacques Cartier
Bo3-er Louis, potter, 85 St James
j
Roj'ne Mrs. Jane, 45 Jacques Cartier
i
Brais Paschal, carpenter, 52 Queen 1
Brault & Siraard (Remi Brault and i
Pierre Si mard), dry goods, 93 and
|
95 Richelieu
I
Brault Laurent, gravel roofer, 11 I
Grant I
BRAULT p. L.,
St Johns Gallery of i
Art. 181 Richelieu, h do. See Ado I
page 6
Brault Remi (Brault & Simard), 52
Grant
Brault T., laborer, 56 Queen
Brennan Bartholomew, clerk G.T.R.,
73 Jacques Cartier
Brennan Jeremiah, 14 Champlain
Brennan John, 14 Champlain
Brennan John, baggage master C.V.R.,
73 Jacques Cartier
Brewsier Mrs. S., wid B., 27 St George
Brissett Henri, M.D., 46 Champlain
Brochu Joseph, shoemaker, 58 Albert
Brossard E., clerk and landing waiter,
customs, bds 122 Champlain
Brosseau C., laborer, Allen
Brossard Delphice, gardener, St Louis
above Allen
Brosseau Charles, clerk, bds 127
Richelieu
Brosseau C^'rille, printei-. Grant
Brosseau Joseph, butcher, St John.s
Market, h 99 St James
Brosseau Nephtali, clerk, 83 Richelieu
Brosseau Noel, tils, butcher, St Johna
Market, h 38 Grant
Brosseau Noel, pere, laborer, 43 Grant
BROSSEAU W..
wholesale and
retail dealer in fanc}- and staple dry
goods, hosier}-, carpets, oilcloths,
milliner}^ hats, bonnets, flowers,
&c., agent K. Butterick & Co. 'a
raetro])olitan fashions, 83 Richelieu,
h do See Adv page 5
BROUILLET N-,
manufacturer and
dealer in saddles, harness, ta-unlcs,
valises, whips, horse clothing, &c.
All work done at the lowest prices,
in the best manner, and on the short-
est notice. 77 Richelieu, h do
Brouillet Mrs. Jean, 58 Desalaberrj^
Brown Fred H.. clerk C.V.R., bds at
Lefebvre's, 162 Richelieu
Buck F., lumber dealer, 108 Cham-
plain, bds at Richelieu Hotel, 10 and
12 St Geori^e
BUREAU DE LA CORPORA-
TION,
Jacques Cartier, S. Cot^,
town secretary-treasiu'er
Burns Mrs. H., widow James, 109
Albert
Cadieux Joseph, laborer, 13 Duchene
Caille Isi-ael, carter, 6 St Thomas
Call tier Miss Emerance, 34 Jacques
Cartier
Camaraire Alfred, butcher, St Johns
Market, h 84 St Charles
Camaraire C. A., butcher, St Johns
Market, h St Charles
Camaraire Henri, butcher, St Johns
Market, h 33 St Charles
Camaraire Joseph, saddler, 54 Desala-
berry
Camaraire William, butcher, St Johns
Market, h 28 Queen
Camirand Louis, laborer, 145 St James
Camirand Louis, pedlar, 32 Duchene
Campbell William, warehouseman, St
Johns Stone Chinaware Co., 41 St
John corner St Georsre
128 TOWN OP ST. JOHNS.
Camirancl Mrs., widow, 5 Diich^ne
CANADA FIRE AND MARINE
INSURANCE CO..
Ja.nes 0-Cuio,
ag ni. 1 Si Geo' ge. S'^e Adv page 149
CANADA HOTEL,
li'-si-dass house;
mej<l.> at all hours; li. Forgue, pro-
prietor. 177 and 179 K'clie''eu
CANADA HOTEL,
Aime Ee'iveau,
prO(»ieiO'. 17 St G.biiel, coiuer
Ste. There.«e, 3Ioni'eHlJ
Carbooneau Frs. Xavie-.-, laboier, 32
CARREAU & BERNIER
(Josepl.
P. Carreau and T. Alired Bern-er)^
advocates. Practice also in the Courts
of the District of Bedford, G9 Jac-
ques Carlier
Carreau Joseph P. (Carreau & Ber-
nier), mayor of St Johns, 10 Chaui-
plain
Cartier Alexis, town inspector and
chiefof police, office Jacques Caitier,
h 48 Grant
Cartier Alfred, barkeeper [Rational
Hotel, 23 Market square
Cartier Henri, bricklayer, St Paul
near Champlain
Cartier Jacque?, architect and builder,
83 Jacques Cartier
Cartier Jo.>?eph, trader, 6G St Charles
Cartier Paul, St Paul near Champlain
Carson Joseph, clerk, 74 Champlain
CASTELLETTI A-,
St John's Bil-
liard Eoora, restaurant and oyster
saloon; two first-class billard tables,
aUo pool table, best of wines, li-
quors, &c., oysters in every stj'le in
season
;
meals at all hours, 37, 39 and
41 Richelieu
Catholic Board of School Trustees,
hon. F. G. iMarchand, M.P.P., pre-
sident
CATUDAL EDOUARD,
carriage
maker and painter, blacksmith,
coffin maker and general undertake]
.
All orders executed on the shortest
notice and at the lowest^rates, in a
manner guai-anteed to give satisfac-
tion, 64 St Janies, h do
Catudal Jacques, 35 St John
Catudal W., carriageraaker, 64 St
James
Cuulfield Mrs. Rachel,widow rev. Hans,
73 Champlain
CENTRAL VERMONT RAIL-
WAY,
I.
B. Fu.voye, superintend-
ent
;
G. C. Futvoye, tickei agent,
Lemoi'ie
Cercle Liheiaiie de St. Jean, S. C6(6,
president
Chagnon l-rrn^O's, bricklayer, St
James opposite Co e, Arpin & Co.'s
factory
Chagnon Hon. H. W., judge Suj)erior
Court DiNti-ict of Iberville. <ham-
bers pt Court House, 44 8i Chai les,
h4 Eiverside ''erL-ue, Cha.mplain
Chagnon Josej)h, contractor, 37 St
Janies
CHAG-NON Ov
dealer in all descrip-
''ons of furniture, upholsterer and
unden-.-.hei-, 53 Eichelieu, h St
James opposite CoL^, Arpin & Co.'s
factory. F^ee Adv opposite page
Chambly Canal Toll Office, Jules
Quesnel, collector, 94 Champlain
Champr.gne Henri, shoemaker, 60
Albeic
CHAPUT & BOUCHER,
agents
(i.ouis Chaput et Joseph Boucher),
marchands de bois de sciage, gros et
detail, pin, epinette, pruche, noyer
noir et toutes sortes do bois
;
portes,
chassis, persiennes, architraves,mou-
lures. etc., entrepot, St Thomas et
Duchene, bureau, St. Thomas, coia
DeSalaberry
Chaput Frangois, carpenter, 25 St
John
Chaput Noel, carpenter, 50 Grant, h
do
Chaput Louis (Chaput & Boucher),
24 Duchene
Charbonneau & Chevalier (Miss
Dorathi^ Charbonneau and .Miss
Aglaer Chevalier), dressmakers, 163
Richelieu
Charl)onneau Ciiarles T. (Marchand
& Charbonneau), b8 Champlain
Charbonneau MissDorathie (Charbon-
neau & Chevalier), 163 Uichelieu
CHARLAND & MACHAND
(A
N. Charland and F. J. 11. Marchand),
joint prothonotnry of the Superior
Court, joint clerk of the Circuit
Couit and of the Peace and Crown,
Coiu-t House, 44 St Charles
ST. JOHNS ADVERTISEMENT.
129
O. CHAGNON,
ST.
JOHNS, P.Q.,
DEALT^R IN ALL
jO^ fffiijl DESCRIPTIONS
OF
Mi
In the hitept styles \nd of the best
workmanship),
begs to call
the attention of intending purchasers
to his
IjARGJB ^ND OHOIOX: ASSORTinEXT
OP
Consisting of every article required for tlie
Parlor, Dining Room, Library, Bedroom
and Kitchen,
Which he offers at PPJCES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Articles not nsualJy kept In Stock fnrnl«>lied to order on tbe shortest notice
Mattvesses of all descriptions kept on hand.
Fictuure FrcuntrLg dorte trc
every
styla.
rOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
XJISTIDiarLT J5LI5LI
IST
€3r
-
Spf.cial
Attention
paid to Undertaking.
FUNERALS
PERSONALLY
SUPERVISED.
zk-m iBf^jjini, niin yy<iimd md §mimd BaiktU und
Baffin^,
Shrvudi
und uU oiheji
M^uUiM in ihe UndzHakin^ huiimi^ iupjilkd.
130 TOWN OP ST. JOHNS,
Charelte Mrs. Mary, widow B., opposite
Cole. Arpin & Co.'s factory
Charlai.d A. N. (Charland & Mar-
chaiid), 2 Longueuil corner St
Charles
Charlton George R., 112 Champlain
Charron B., haboier, 84 St Peter
Charron D., laborer, 42 St Charles
Chartier Alexis, huckster, Market
square, h Grant near St Paul
Chartier Francois, carpenter, 4 De-
sala berry
Chartier Joseph, bookkeeper, St Paul
near Champlain
Chass<S P. A., law clerk (E. Z. Paradis,
advocate), bds 14 Ijongiieuil
Chevalier Miss Aglaer '^Charbonneau
& Chevalier), Ui3 Richelieu
Choquette Pierre, laborer, 75 Jacques
Cartier,
Christin Stephane, trader, .36 Jacques
Cartier, h do
Church Daniel T., conductor C.V.E.,
1 14 Champlain
CHURCH OF ST JOHI^ THE
EVANaELIST
(Koman Catliolic).
Longueuil corner St James, lev.
Fortunat Aubsy, parish priest; rev.
Joseph Daignaultand rev. M. Bisson,
vicars
CIRCUIT COURT,
District of Iber-
ville, Charland & Marchand, joint
clerk, Court House, 44 St Charles
CITIZENS INSURANCE CO- OP
CANADA
(tire, life, accident and
guarantee), James O'Cain, agent,
1 St George. See Adv page 149
City Hotel, Olivier Hel>ert, proprietor.
18 and 20 Market square
Clarke H. K., manufiicturer of seam-
less hosiery, 110 Champlain, h 77
Grant
Clement F. X. (E. McConkey & Co.),
99 Richelieu
Clement Joseph, clerk, 67 Desalaberry
Clement J. E., general merchant, .61
and 63 Richelieu, h 30 Longueuil
CLEMENT
0- G-.,
fashionable mer-
chant (ailor, dealer in French, Eng-
lish, Scotch and Canadian tweeds
and gents' furnishing goods. Fit-
ting and stylo warranted at very
low prices, 72 Richelieu, h 67 De-
salaberrj
CLERK OF THE CROWN,
District
of Iberville, Charland & Marchand,
Court Hou-e. 44 St (.'harlcs
CLERK OF THE PEACE
District
of Il)ervl|le, Cha.-I.in I & ^larchand.
Court House. 44 Si Charles
Comeau Henry, stone burner, 98
Jacques Cartier
Comeau Mde. J. B., milliner and
millinery goods, 135 Richelieu, bds
at Montreal Hotel, 121 and 123
Richelieu
COMMERCIAL UNION INSU-
RANCE CO.,
of London, William
Coote, agent, 2 St James. See Adv
opposite page
Conn per William, pensioner, 128 St
Peter
Connei-y John, pensioner, 50 St James
(/Oiitant Adolphe, carpenter, 55 Queen
Contant Josei)h, engineer, 27 St John
Contant Mrs. Julia, widow Ged(5on, 85
Jacques Cartier
Convent of the Congregation of Notre
Dame, Sisler St Phillipe De Nery,
superioress, 54 Grant
Coote Alfred, chief clerk Audit office,
C.V.R., St Albans, 29 St George
Coote Isaac, agent barony ofLongueuil,
vice-president La Banquede St Jean,
29 St James, h Victoria
COOTE WILLIAM,
general insur-
ance agent and official assignee for
the district of Iberville, 2 St James,
h 37 Longueuil. See Ado opposite
page
Cordeau Louis, laborer. 49 St Peter
CORPORATION, OFFICE OP
THE,
Jacques Cartier, S. Cot^. town
secretary-treasurer
COTE, ARPIN & CO.
(Charles
Arpin and J. B. Ijalime), wholesale
boot and shoe manufactui-ers, St
James
Cot^ Charles, foremr.n, 127 St James
Cote Ft5lix, tils, carpenter, 46 St James
Cole Felix, p6re,contractor and builder,
52 Jacques Cartier
Cot^ Fran9ois, shoemaker, 120 St
James
Cote Jean Baptiste. foreman Cote,
Arpin & Co.'s factory, 118 St James
Cote Julien, clerk with Langelier &
Decelles
BT. JOHNS ADVERTISEMENTS. 131
WILLIAM COOTE,
AMD
Official Assignee for the District of Iberville,
2 ST. JAMES STREET. - -
ST. JOHNS, P.Q.
Represents at St. Johns and throughout the District the following
FIRST-CLASS INSURANCE COMPANIES,
VIZ:—
POYAL of Liverpool and London.
PHOENIX of London, Eng.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE of London and Edinburgh.
NORTHERN of Aberdeen and London.
SCOTTISH IMPERIAL ot Glasgow.
SCOTriSH COMMERCIAL of Glasgotr.
COMMERCIAL UNION of London, Eng.
STANDARD (Life) of Edi-ibnrgh.
IMPERIAL of London, Eng.
LANCASHIRE Manchester.
»,* All theaboveCompaniesoccupy the VERT FIRST RANK, fortbe EXTENT OFTHEIR BUSINESS,
the AMOUNT OF CAPITAL, and their IMMENSE SURPLUS ou hand; and parties holding policies from
them are REA LLY JNSURED.
LOUIS
BOUSQUET
Manufacturier et Marcband de
Bois Sciage de toute Espec9.
PORTES, CHASSIS, JALOUSIlS,
MOULURES, ETC.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
LUMBER of all kinds,
DOORS, BLINDS,
WINDOWS
IWoaldlnsTs, all sizes.
Factory, 1 and 3 Richelieu Street.
Office, 6 Richelieu Street
ST. JOH?IS, p-q,
SIGN kND SHOW GhRD
WRITER^
Illuminated Show Cards, Crystal Show Cards,
Window
Shades, &c. Streamers written on short notice,
Window Tickets One Cent each.
131 J5!»t.
Laiiil>ei-t Hill, IWEontreal,
W^
Orders by Mail promptly executed.
132 TOWN OP ST. JOHNS.
Cole Louis. p.ain<er. 26 Jacques Cartier
Cote L. Viclor, miina'^ei at Cole,
Arpin a' Co.'s booo and slioe factory,
107 lli-helieu
Cote Mrs. n, 40 Sl James
Coie Mrs. Heii'i, 39 St James
C6-^ Na])oIe(>ii, shoemnlcer, 94 St
Jame.s
COTE S.,
sefM-ciaiy-tieosu.ei- of the
town, and of the Catholic boaid of
school <,
office Jacques Carlier, h 31
Longueiii!
Coupul Mis^ Catherine, washerwoman,
111 Sl James
Courtemanche Mrs. A. (D. Lefe'ovre &
Co., and Mrs. It. Lcfebvre & Co.),
Grani
COURT HOUSE AND JAIL
Et'ennet^Tuilhit, carelaivei and jailer,
44 Si Charles
COURVILLE EUSEBE,
dealer in
gi'oi-erics, pi'ovisions, grain, flour
and all kinds of country produce,
fresh .-^.id salt fish, dry goods, hard-
wai-e, p:iints, oils, glass, coal oil and
lamps, (d)imneys, &c. ; lowes<^ prices
and good articles guaranteed, 11
Market square, h 49 St James
Courvilie Gardien, clerk, 49 St James
Courville Joseph, refreshment stand,
Market. 49 Sc James
COUSINEAU LOUIS,
saddle a.ul
harness maker; and booc and shoe
maker, 10^ Si- James, h do. isee
Ado page 10
Cousins Charles E., ?lerk, 75 Eichelieu
Cousins Jolin. crate manufacturer, 62
St James, li do
Cousins Thomas A., ser'-'ciary SL
Johns Stone China-ware Co., 120
Champlain
Courteau Onesime, tailor, 35 Albert
Couture Ale.xis, laborer, 21 Grant
Couture Charles, laborer, 53 Desala-
berry
Coutui-e Elzear, shoemaker, 53 Queen
Couture bouis, laborer, St Paul op-
CROTHERS REV. WILLIAM J.,
M. A.,
pastor Methodir^t Church of
Canada, resides at parsonage, 24
Longueuil
CUSTOM HOUSE,
E. D. Phillips,
collector of customs, 23 Eichelieu
Daignault rev. Joseph, vicar Church
of St John the Evangelist, (R. C),
82 Jacques Cartier
Daigneault David, laborer, 79 Albert
Daigneault Francois, painter, 44 St
Peter
Daigneault Joseph, 13 St Paul
Daliou !-.d\vard, bds at United States
Hotel, St James, corner Champlain
Dalton Mrs. Eliza, widow Robert, 71
Jacques Cartier
Dalton William J., engineer C.V.R., 77
Jacques Carlier
Daniel Francois, butcher, St Johns
Market, h 30 Champlain
Daniel Henri, house and sign painter,
30 Champlain
Daniel Jicque.-,, butchei',30 Champlain.
Daniel Je;iii, paink-r, 30 Champlain
Daniel Joseph, butcher, 30 Champlain
Daniels John, switchman G.'LVE., 51
St Peter
D.msereau N., 54 Desalaberry
DAVIGNON & BROTHER
(Ame-
dee and Amable Davignon), dealers
in staple and fancy dry goods,
hardware, paints, oils, glass, groce-
ries, wines, liquors, &c., wholesale
and retail, of which they have
alway.s on hand a first-class stock at
lowest prices, 82 Richelieu
Davignon A., bookkeeper La Banque
de St Jean, resides at Iberville
Davignon Amable (Davignon & Bro-
ther), 21 Grant
Davignon Amed^e (Davignon & Bro-
ther), Grant
Davis Alfred, potter, 69 Grant
Davis Capt. Edward, 128 Champlain
Davis James, sexton St James Church,
ii9 St George
Decelles Arthur, clerk, Jacques Cartier
Decelles Arcade(Langelier & Decelles),
4(5 St Charles
Decelles Alphonse, clerk, 49 Jacques
Cartier
Decelles Hormisdas, clerk. Grant
Decelles Jean Baptiste, 60 Jacques
Cartier
Decelles Jean Baptiste, clerk, 71 Grant
Decelles Leandre, clerk, 15 Duchene
Decelles Louis (Langelier& Decelles),
125 Champlain
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS. 133
DELAWAEE AND HUDSON
CANAL CO S RAILWAY,
Charles Ai-piii, agent. 71 Kichelieu
Deleni Napoleon, laborer, (i3 Lemoine
Delmege A. C. E.,
accountant Mer-
chants Bank of Canada, 27 Lon-
gueuil
Demers Alexander M., lai-kcepev
United States Hotel, St James cor-
ner Chaniplain
Demers Mr.s. Ldon, widow, 20 Queen
Deraers Mrs. S., widow Abraham, 106
Chaniplain
Demer.s Nicholas, laborer,! 1 1 St James
Deneau Jacques, laborer, 40 Desala-
berry
Deneau Narcisse, laborer, I Queen
Deneau Narcisse, laborer, St Thomas
near Albert
Deneau Pierre, laborer, rear of 14
Jacques Cartier
Depelteau E., blacksmith, bds 81 St
James
Deranleau Joseph, laborer, 57 Queen
Deranleau L., proprietor Temperance
Hotel, 116 and 118 Champlain
Ddsautels Alphonse, clerk, bds Market
Square
Desjardins F., shoemaker, 131 St
James
Desjardins L., miller, 112 St. Peter
Deslauriers Gregoire, laborer, 57 Le-
moine
Destramps Lonis, machinist, 5 St John
Destroismaisons Ignace, sewing ma-
chine agent, 90 liichelieu, h H4 St
John
DEWAR MRS. A.,
manufacturer,
wholesale and retail dealer in con-
fectionery, crackers and fancy bis-
cuits, also dealer in Berlin and other
Avools, fancy goods, toys, &c. Ice
cream, ginger ale, and soda water in
season. Prices very moderate, 92
Kichelieu, h 94 do
Dion Isidore, baker, 65 Champlain,
hdo
Dion Zephirin, baker, 4i Grant
Dixon James, printer News office
Dixon Holand L., painter, 59 Grant
Dixon William, gardener, 47 St John
Doiron Firrain, carter, 28 DuchSne
Dolan Michael, printer, 75 Jacques
Cartier
Dolan Mrs. Matilda, widow Thomas,
75 Jacques Cartier
Dolan Thumas, potter, 75 Jacques Car-
DO^MINION SOAP WORKS,
George Mii^^sy, p' opcelor, manutac-
tn.ei- of c'"'.sive soaps, also l^oyal
down and Lau-ui- y Bar jso; ps, (;8 St
Johi), h do
DONAGHY JOHN,
mana; o Estate
of the late James BissCit, lo, 15 and
17 Kichelieu,!) 45 Jacque.? Cariier.
See Adv frige 125
Donaghy Pati-ick, grocer, 57 Jacques
Cartier, h do
Donaghy liobert, bookkeeper, 57
Jacques ('artier
Donnelly James, teacher, bds 35 St
Charles
Doran Michael, printer, 75 Jacques
Cartier
Doran Mrs, D., widow Thomas, 75
Jacques Cartier
Doran Thomas, potter, 75 Jacques
Cartier
Douglas D. Walter, clerk, 25 St James
DOUGLAS R ,
wholesale and retail
dealer in groceries and provisions.
Families and traders supplied with
the choicest varieties of staple and
fancy groceries, flour, meal, pork,
butter,tish, &c., at the lowest current
rates, 91 Kichelieu, h 89 do
Douville Theodore, carpenter, 27 Du-
chene
Doyle Martin, laborer, 56 Desalaberry
Doyle Mrs., widow, 56 Desalaberry
Drumm William, freight and passen-
ger agent G.T.R. Railway Depot,
Lemoine, h 44 Longueuil
Dube Alexandre, 147 St James
Dubeau Louis, livery stable, Kichelieu
Hotel, 12 and 14 St George
Dubois Charles,laborer, 22 Desalaberry
Dubois J. B., proprietor Ili<'helieu
Hotel, 12 and 14 St George
Dubois Joseph, carter, 67 St Charles
DUBOIS LOUIS,
merchant tailor
and dealer in gents' furnishing
goods; an assortment of seasonable
goods always in stock, 120 Eiche-
lieu, h do. See Adv page 8
Dubois Luc, laborer, 'i Jacques Carti«r
Dubois L. G., carter, 26 Desalaberry
134 TOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
Dubois Michel, 56 Albert
Dubois Michel, 20 Jacques Cartier
Dubois Mrs. Florence, widow J.
P., 73
St Janses
Dubois Mrs. Mathilde, widow Louis,
22 Desalabeny
Dubuc Henri, saddler with E. Poutre,
11 t?t James
Dubuc Louis, carpenter, 36 Albert
Dubuc Miss, 40 Charaplain
Ducbesneau A., laborer, 28 St James
Ductus Joseph, laborer, 50 Desalaberry
Duffj- Peter, tbreniau The News and
Frontier Advocate, 18 Richelieu,
over News office
Dufour Francois, laborer, 26 St Charles
Dulude Fi-ai.^ois X., clerk, 44 Cham-
plain
Dulude Joseph, laborer.62 Desalaberry
DUiNiN & MAGUIRE
(Sylvester
i'unn and JoJm Maguire), manufac-
turing confectioners, also dealers in
imported and domestic cigars, tobac-
co, pipes, pouches, &c., 175 Riche-
lieu. See Ado page 8
Dunn Sylvester (Dunn & Maguire), 10
Longueuil
DUPLESSI3 E. & BRO.
(Elouild
& Raphael Duplessi^^, engineers,
machinists, iron and brass founders,
pattern and model makers, &c., 68
Grant. See Adv page 10
Duplessis Elouild (E.Duplessis & Bro.),
23 St Peter
Duplessis Raphael (E. Duplessis &
Bio.), 23 St Peter
DUPREE GEORGE N-,
carpenter,
joiiiL-r, cabinetmaker and uphol-
sterer. Jobbi ng and general repairs
in the above will receive special
attention. All orders pi'omptly exe-
cuted at low prices. Satisfaction
guaranteed, 40 St Charles, bds 60
Desalaberry
Dupuis B., 5 Jacques Cartier
Dupuis C, laborer, 24 Grant
Dupuis dit Gervais Louis, shoemaker,
Desalaberry
Dupuis Edward, engineer
Dupuis Jacob, bailitt', 75 St James
Dupuis Joseph, trader, 5 Longueuil
Dupuis Napoleon, carriagemaker, 105
Champlain, h 74 St James
Dupuy Jacob, 60 Desalaberry
Dupuy Louis, shoemaker, 60 Desala-
beny
Duquet Joseph, professor of French,
7ii
Charaplain
Duquet Joseph, shoemaker, 96 St
Charles
Duquet L^andre, shoemaker, 38 Queen
Du^-sault Mrs., widow Pierre, 77 Albert
DUVAL L.,
dealer in all kinds of
Crocker}', glassware, stoneware
and coal oil lamps. Particular
attention given to these lines, of
which a full assortment of the best
articles is constantly kept on hand
at lowest prices
;
also dealer in the
choicest brands of fresh butter and
eggs. 15 Market squai'e, h do
Duval Pierre, Ial)orer, 21 Albert
Earl}' Arthur \V., night agent G.T.R.,
94 Queen
Edmond Edouard, saddler, bds 25 St
John
Elliott Robert F., night clerk C.Y.R.,
19 Longueuil
Escarbeau Mrs. Joseph, St Paul near
Jacques Cartier
ETHIER L- N-.
forgeron et marechal
ferrant Toutes sories d ouvrages.
Les entreprises sont executees avec
eoin. Les chevaux sont ferres avec
la plus grande precaution, 96 Cham-
plain,
p
31 Albert, coin St Charles
Ethier Mrs. S., 31 Albert
Excelsior Glass works, William F,
Borland, manager, manufacturers of
all kinds of green glassware, 63
Queen, corner St George
Fallow John, laborer, 117 Albert
Falls Alexander, trader, 62 St John
Farley* Henry, potter, 28 Grant
Farle}' Joseph, potter, 28 Grant
Farnham John H., packer, 62 Albert
Farrar Eben, engineer, 84 Queen
Ferland Hubert, laborer, 50 Jacques
Cartier
Finley William, lock-tender, 38 De-
salaberry
Flanders Alfred P,, engineer C.V.E.,
17 St John
Flanders Mrs. Alfred P., ladies hair
dresser, 17 St John
Foisy A., miller, 6 Cham|)lain
Fiosy Elziord (H. Foisy & Co.), Cham-
plain, parish of St Johns
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS. 135
FOISY H , & CO.
(Hilaire and Elziord
Foif<y), dealers in groceries, provi-
Bions, flour, grain, &c., of which a
full assortment i-< co-istantly kept
on hand at lo\ve;<t price^*, 6 Market
squaie
Foisy Hilaire (H.
Foisy & Co.), 54 St
.Jann's
FONDEEIE CANADIE>fNE DE
ST JEAN,
L^andre Lareau, pro-
prietor, tiU Grant. See Adv page 10
Forand Fr;ink, potter, bds 21 St James
Forand .Joseph, laborer, 21 St James
Forand Leon, tinsmith, 22 Duchene
Forand Louis, potter-, 23 St James
Forand Petei", engineer •' Lake
Gtorge," bds 21 St James
Forgue Felix, laborer, 55 Desalaberry
FORG-UE L.,
proprietor Canada
Hotel. Meals at all hours. House
lirst-ciass, 177 and 179 Iiichelieu
Forgue Mrs., widow, 50 Desalaberry
Fortier Frangois, boot and shoe maker,
16 Market square, h do
Foster Charles, foreman Excelsior
Glass works, 76 St John
FOURNIER J. A., NP.,
notary,
Merchants Bank, 97 Jacques Cartier.
hChamplain, near Eiverside terrace
FRANCO CANADIEN (LE),
tri-
weekly and weekly. Isaac Bour-
guignon, proprietor, publisher and
printer, 2 Market square. See Adv
page 143
Frank John, G.T.R., bds 122 Cham-
plain
Frechette Eusebe, joiner, 18 Cham-
plain
Frederick Joseph, hair dresser,
8|
St
James, h 62 Jacques Cartier
Fr^dette Ged^on, exchange broker and
lumber merchant, 74 Richelieu, h
68 St James
Fredette Michel, hair dresser, 74
Kichelieu, h 26 St Champlain
Frith Thomas, potter, Victoria
Freniere J, Hilaire, market clerk, 91
St James corner Albert
Freniere Pierre, mason and bricklayer,
75 St James
Furnivul Mrs. Matilda, bds United
States Hotel, St James corner Cham-
olain
FUTVOYE G. C,
ticket agent Cen-
tral Vermont Kail way, Lemoinc, h
21 St Charles
FUTVOYE I. B.,
superintendent
Cenlial Vei-mont Railway and
Waterloo and Magog Railway, office
Railway station, Lemoine, h Jacques
Carliei-, near 8t Geoige
Gadbois Pierie, carpenter and builder,
143 St James
Gagnon Fortunat, blacksmith, 40 St
Charles
Gagnon Louis, laborer, 30 St Thomas
Gagnon Mrs. Louis, 17 Duchene
Gagnon Narcisse, blacksmith, bds 81
St James
Gagnon Pierre, laborer, 5 St Paul
Garand Israel, painter, 5 St Louis
Garneau Jean Baptiste, carpenter,
Allen near Lemoine
Gaudet Moise, shoemaker,10 St Charles
Gaudette Charles, printer, 47 St James
Gaudette Jean, potter, 47 St James
Gaudette J. B., printer, 47 St .lames
Gaudreau Edouard, joiner, 70 St
Charles
Gaudreau Mrs. F., widow Edouard, 48
St John
Gaudieau Thomas, tailor, 76 St James
Gauthier Charles, shoemaker, 135 St
James
Gauthier Magloire, 19 Grant
Gauthier Napoleon, 36 ."•t John
Gauthier Victor, restaurant, 17 Market
square
Gauvreau Moise, shoemaker, h Cham-
plain
Gauvreau Pierre, boot and shoe maker,
153 Richelieu
Gay Thomas, engine driver G.T.R.,
79 Jacques Cartier
Gence Pierre, clerk, bds 130 Richelieu
Gervais Alexis, plasterer, 68 St Charles
Gervais A. F., clerk, bds 167 Richelieu
GERVAIS C. 0.,
dealer in dry goods,
groceries, hardware, &c., 167 Riche-
lieu, h do
Gervais Edouard, engineer, 63 Albert
Gervais Francois Xavier, 20 Duchene
Gervais Jean Baptiste, 35 Queen
Gervais Jean, carter, 8 Desalaberry
Gervais Louis, laborer, 33 Queen
Gervais Louis, shoemaker, 60 Desala-
berry
136 TOWN OP ST. JOHNS.
Gervais Michel, laborer, 2 Desalaberry
Gervai.s Napoleon, laborer. 35 Queeti
Gibb.s G. R, clerk C.V.R., bds at
Bartlelt's American Hoiel, 10, lli
and 14 Richelieu
Gibb.s Walter, clerk C.V.R., 59 Queen
Gibson Mrs, Alice, widow James, 45
St Joiin
GILLESPIE & CO.,
dealers in fur-
niture of alJ descriptions and under
takers, 119 Richelieu. See Adv.
page 4
Gillespie Farnham (Gillespie & Co.),
74 8t John
Gillespie Henrj', retired, 74 Cham-
plain
Gillespie John, potter, 76 St John
Gilbert Robert, potter, 50 St Charles
Gillespie William N., 74 St John
GIRARD A.D-,
advocate, 108 Chc\ra-
phun, h 112^ do
Girai-d Francois, cai'penter, 12 Sl
Charles
Girardin 3Irs. Caroline, widow Alfi-cd,
14 Longueuil
Glover Henr}-, potter, 57 Grant
Godin Alexandre, tinsmith, 65 Jacqrcs
Carrier
GODIN D-,
manufac.urer a-iJ dealer
in ha.s and fiir.s, wholesale and re-
tail, sign of the large black Bear, 56
Hic-helieu, bds at United Stales
Holel, 8u James corner Champlain.
See Adv page 149
Godin Jo.epo, hosiler St Johns Hotel
60 and 62 Riciielieu
God^n Mrs. Jul"'-.;, widow Louis, 123 St
James
God:>i Moise, bnker, 2 Queen
Godin Napoleon, potter, 65 Jacques
Carper
Godin
Noiberc, pastry ixikci-, 65
Jacques Cactier
Goodrow William H., baggagemaster
G. r.H., ] I Lemoine
GOOLD R., & CO.
(R. Goold), dea-
lei j iu .si.nple and fancj' groceries,
wioei and liquors, fnv:^ sod con-
feciiooc:y,
oj^ters, wiio'ej-^le a'ld
reUu'l, in seuoon, b/\x,- p'l^cs, lobno-
cos, cigiivs and smoker.,' artiolo>,
agents for Canada Wine Growers
Attsocialion naiive wine, 45 Riche-
lieu
Goold R. (R. Goold & Co.), b-..s at F.
Lefebvre's.
16-'
Richelieu
Gosselin John, laborer, 46 St Peter
Gosselin R, ))Oi'Ler, 48 St James
G'-and Ti-uok Railway, Jjemoine, Wil-
lir.m Diumm, freight and o.issenger
G '-anger iMrs. J. B., resides at the
Ba'"-acks
G."a..:oii W-ir^.m, fo-emin S:: -Joans
S.one C i'.i.'-wa e Co., 37 Grant
G ego' e J. B. U., cab'netin.ike-", 64
Aioe.-t
Giegoire Jean Baptiste, furniture deal-
er, 107 Jacques Cartier, h 64 Albert
Gregoire Joseph, 42 Grant
Guaise Ambrose, trader, 46 Desala-
berry
Guerin Julien, laborer, 48 Albert
Guertin F. L., clerk, bds 46 Richelieu
Guertin Miss Clara, milliner and
dressmaker, 111 Richelieu
Guertin Mrs. H., widow Frangois, 111
Richelieu
GUILBERT LEVI,
dealer in grocer-
ies, provisions, wines, liquors, &c.,
cheap for cash, 17 St James, corner
Champlain, h 7 St Thomas
Guilbert Norbert, grocer, 115 St
James, h do
GUILLET M.,
manufacturer and
dealer in hats, caps and furs, whole-
sale and retail. Positively one price,
I he lowest. Sign of the black bear,
44 Richelieu, h 46 do
Guillot Etienne, jailer, l/ourt House,
44 St Charles
GUILLOT ETIENNE IRENEE,
advocate, 33 St Charles, bdo at Court
House, 44 St Charles
Guillot Mi-s. Huijert, 165 Richelieu
Hackett David, watchman G.T. R.,
hiciielieu, near (he Pump Houes
Hamel Leon, bookkeeper, 76 Cham-
plain
Hammond Henry R., foreman, 48 St
Charles
Hanna Mrs. Jane, widow Robert, 45
St George
Harbor Masters' oflSce, 15 Richelieu,
J. K. Pinsonneault, harbor master
Harding E. J., clerk Merchants' Bank
of Canada, bds 162 Richelieu
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS. 137
Harrison John, night watchman, 88
Champlain
Harvey —, telegraph operator C.V.R.
HAY MARCELLIN, SEN.
(Cen-
tral T Store), dealer in groceries,
provisions, wines, liquors, fruit, fish,
&c., wholesale and retail, 103 and
105 Richelieu, h 69 Champlain
Hay Marcellin, jun., clerk, 69 Cham-
plain
Hubert Arthur, barkeeper City Hotel,
18 and 20 Market square
Hubert Charles, laborer, 1-t Desala-
berry
Hubert Cyprien, trackman G.T.E.,
Grant near St Thomas
Hubert Magloire, laborer, 3 Duchene
Hubert Moise, laborer, 5-4 Albert
Hubert Mrs. C., couturiere, 14 Desala-
berry
Hubert Mrs. Louis, widow, 27 St Peter
Hebert Napoleon, conductor C.V.R.,
bds at National Hotel, Market
square
Hubert Olivier, proprietor City Hotel,
18 and 20 Market square
Hubert Pierre, 69 Albert
Hubert S. R., veterinary surgeon, 98
Jacques Cartier, h do
Heil Timoth^e, joiner, 3 St Peter
Herron Robert, car repairer G.T.R.,
75 Lemoine
Hevey Isaie, cutter and tailor, bds 60
Jacques Cartier
Llibbard Charles B., express clerk and
telegraph operator, 82 Grant
Hibbard Mrs. John, 82 Grant
Hinkson Miss, select-school
HISLOP M- L-,
dealer in groceries,
tobaccos and cigars, wholesale and
retail. Cigars a specialty, opposite
corner to Merchants' bank, 31
Richelieu, bds at F. Lefebvre's, 162
Richelieu
Hoffman Edward, tanner, 53 Jacques
Cartier
Homond Ferdinand, packer, 29 Jac-
ques Cartier
Horrigan James, tailor, bds 35 St
Charles
Houle Desire, carpenter, 133 St James
Howard Robert, M.D., 29 Longueuil
Howie Frank, tinsmith, St Louis near
Champlain
Howie Fred., clerk, bds 100 Richelieu
Howie John, clerk, St Louis near
Champlain
Howie John, stoves and tinware, plum-
ber and roofer, 96 and 98 Richelieu,
h 100 do
Howson Thomas C, clerk
G.T.R., 2
Riverside terrace, Champlain
HUDON F. p.,
editor La Voix dii
Peuple. 52 St John
Hudon Philadelphe,
bookkeeper, 52 St
John
Hughes Charles, potter, 48 Queen
Hughes James, potter, 43 Queen
Hughes Mrs. Mary, widow Martin, 48
Queen
HUOT aODFREY, wholesale
dealer
in eggs and country
produce.
Highest market price paid for eggs,
butter, grain, poultry,
&c., 9 Market
square, h 75 Champlain
IMPERIAL INSURANCE
CO.,
of
London, Eng., William
Coote, agent,
2 St James. See Adv page 131
Inglis Archibald, insurance clerk, bds
l62 Richelieu
Irwin Miss L., private school, 12
St
James
Jardanais Edouard, hair dresser, 99
Jacques Cartier
Jarvas Joseph, St George near Queen
Jeffers John, switchman G.T.R. , 87
Jacques Cartier
Jette August, laborer, 23 Desalaberry
Johnson George, clerk,
Bartlett's
American Hotel, 10, 12 and 14
Richelieu
Johnson John, laborer, 51 St George
Johnston Alexander T.,
commercial
traveller, 56 Champlain
Jones William, potter, 86 Queen
Joubert Jean Baptiste,
huckster, St
Johns Market, h 25 Jacques Cartier
Joubert Julien, laborer, 21 Jacques
Cartier
Joubert Pierre, laborer, 23 Jacques
Cartier
Kempley William,
44 Jacques Cartier
Kerney William, section foreman
G.T.E., 84 Grant
Knight Edward C, accountant and
assignee, 2 St James, h junction of
Richelieu and Champlain
138 TOWN OF ST. J0HN3.
Knight John, painter, 3 Albert
Knic^ht We>lev, potter, 3 Albert
LA
BANQUi) DE ST JEAN,
head
office, St. Johns, P.Q.. Branch at
Napierville, P.Q., M. Catudal, Man-
ager;
Montreal Correspondents,
Bank of Montreal ; New York do,
Messrs. Smithers & Watson
;
Drafts
issued on Monti-eal and Kew York,
drafts on Paris, London, San Fran-
eisco, &c.,
furnished on application
;
LouisMolleur,
jiin., president ; Ph.
Baudouin,
cashiei*, 85 Richelieu.
See Adv j'Cige 123
Labelle S ,
tinsmith, 89 St James
Laberge
Peter, engineer, 1 Lemoine
La
Brish James D., fireman G.T.P.,
Victoria
Lacaste Mrs. Francois, 2 Jacques Car-
tier
Lacroix
Edward, shoemaker, 11
Jacques
Cartier
Lacroix
Olivier, laborer, 2-4 St Charles
Lafl^che
Charles, clerk, 57 Champlain
Lafl^che
Charles Richer, 35 Grant
Lafleur Isaac, sen., 69 St James
Lafleur Isaac, jun., carpenter, 96 St
James
Lalibert^
E., gardener, 16 Grant
Lalibert4
Joseph, baker, 38 Duchene
Laliberte
Marcil, laborer, 38 Duchene
Lalibert^ Miss Zoe, 30 Duchene
Laliberte
Mrs. O., widow Louis,
washerwoman, 60 St James
Laliberte Mrs. Y., widow Joseph, 36
Duchene
Lalime Andrew, hostler, St John
Lalime Jean Baptiste (Cote) Arpin &
Co., and Seguin, Lalime k Co.), 30
LAMARCHE ZOTIQUE OVIDE
HECTOR,
inspector of schools for
tiie district of Iberville. Always at
home on Saturday, 7 St John
Lamarche Emery, shoemaker, 195
Richelieu
Lamarre Mrs. Joseph, 92 St James
L' Amour Jacques, laborer, 75 Albert
Lamoureux Ignace, potter, 32 Albert
Lamoureux Mrs. Cyrille, 58 St James
Lamoureux Mrs., widow, 32 Desala-
berry
Lanciau Oliva, carpenter and joiner, 76
St Charles
Lampen Henry, chief clerk G.T.E., 98
St John
LANCASHIRE INSURANCE
CO-,
of Manchester, William Coote,
agent, 2 St James. See Adv page 131
LANGELIER & DECELLES,
im-
porters, wholesale and retail dealers
in staple and fancy dry goods,
groceries, provisions, wines, liquors,
hardware, bar iron and steel, car-
riage wood work, blacksmiths' coal,
&c. Langelier Block, 50 and 52
Richelieu
Langelier Charles, sen., grist and card-
ing mill owner and grocery, 99
Champlain, h 22 Richelieu
Langelier Joseph, clerk, 22 Richelieu
Langelier Louis, printer, 22 Richelieu
LANOEVIN & MONDAY
(Arthur
Langevin and 0. G. Monday), whole-
sale and retail dealers in ready-
made clothing, hats, caps and fui-s,
82 Notre Dame, Montreal, and 129
Richelieu
Langevin Arthur (Langevin & Mon-
day), bds at Canada hotel, 177 and
179 Richelieu
Langevin Fran9018 Xavier, laborer, 18
Duchgne
Langlois Jer^mie, post office clerk, 78
St James
Langlois Mrs. Theodore, 15 Grant
Langlois Olivier, cabinetmaker, 32 St
John
Langlois P., grocer, 78 St James, h do
Lanier J. B. (Molleur, Lanier & Co.),
resides at Iberville
Lanier F. X., high constable, crier of
the courts, bailiff and collector, 49
Champlain
Lanoue Alexandre, Allen
Lanoue Edward, hair dresser, 58
Richelieu, h 101 St James
Lanoue Eusdbe, laborer, 46 Queen
Lanoue Joseph, engineer, 50 Queen
Lanoue Julien, 101 St James
Lanoue Moise, laborer, 49 Queen
Lanoue Pierre, laborer, 49 Queen
Lanoue Surprenant, laborer, Allen
L'Aqueduc de St Jean, Louis Molleur,
fils, proprietaire, office, 22 Lon-
gueuil
Lareau Henry, clerk, 66 Grant
MONTREAL
ADVERTISEMENT.
139
LovELL
Printing
and Publishing
Company,
\limited;[
JOHN LOVELL,
ROBERT K. LOVELL,
Managing Director.
Secretary Treasurer.
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Patnphlets, Insurance Forms, Catalogues,
Periodicals, Bailtvay Forms, Caids,
Prices ihirrent. Legal Forms, Funeral Ltctters,
Prospectuses, Bills
of
Lading, Hand Bills,
Circulars, Way Bills, Posting
Bills,
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
EXECUTED WITH THE UTMOST DESPATCH, AT THE
i^^jji' IjOu^est prices.
BLAUK AND AGGOUITT
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Ledgers, Journals, Cash and Day Books,
OF ALL SIZES, MADE TO ORDER :
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Current Books, Sales Books, Contract Books, Bankers' Pass Books, Merchants
Memorandum Books, &c., &c., made to order to any dx^sired pattern.
140 TOWN OP ST. JOHNS.
LAREAU LEANDRE,
proprietor
Fonderie Canadienne de St Jean, 66
Grant, also dealer in coal and wood
stoves and ironware, 157 Eichelieu,
h 66 Grant. See Adv page 1
LARMONTH & SONS,
(agents for
Frost & Wood, Smith's Falls), agri-
cultural implement warehouse, 33
College, Montreal. 0. Hubert, agent,
St. Johns. See Adv page 116
LAROCQUE & BOURKE,
(Wil-
liam La Rocque and Thomas J.
Bourke), complete assortment of
fancy and staple dry goods, tweeds,
broadcloths, tricots
;
doeskins, &c.
,
black and colored alpacas, cash-
meres, fringes, embroideries, kid
gloves, domestic patterns, &c., also
paper hangings, Maison Eichelieu,
block La Kocque, 113 Richelieu
La Rocque Basile, M.D., 62 Grant
La Rocque C. H., passenger agent and
special solicitor of freight S.E.R.,
82 Champlain
LA ROCQUE H-,
chemist and drug-
gist, patent medicines of all kinds,
perfumery, toilet requisites, &c. Pre-
scriptions prepared with care and
promptness, 109 Richelieu, h 62
Grant
La Rocque Henri, J.
P.,
70 Richelieu
La Rocque Joseph, clerk. Grant
La Rocque William (I-,a Rocque &
Bourke), Grant
Lariv^e Norbert, baker, 75 St James
LA SOCIETE PERMANENTE
DE CONSTRUCTION DU DIS-
TRICT D IBERVILLE,
Edouard
L'Ecuyer, secretary-treasurer, 69
Jacques Cartier
Latour Alexandre, carpenter, 100 St
Charles
Latour Cyprien, blacksmith and
ploughmakei-, 81 St James, h 83 St
James
Laurin Louis, blacksmith, 66 St John
Lavigne Mathias, cabinetmaker, bds
64 Albert
Lavoie Henri, laborer, 13 Albert
LA VOIX DU PEUPLE,
Roy
Fr^res, ^diteurs-propri^taires, 88
Richelieu. Voir annonce page opposie
Lebeau Joseph, laborer, 57 Desala-
berry
Lebeau Joseph, laborer, River sidCy
rear of Boyer & S^n^'s store
Lebert Jean Baptiste, hostler National
Hotel, 23 Market square
Lebert Louis, carpenter, 139 St James
Lebert Pierre, proprietor National
Hotel, 23 Market square corner
Jacques Cartier
Leblanc L., shoemaker, 97 St James
Leblanc Moise, laborer, 8 Desalaberry
L'Ecuyer A. T. E., clerk, 107 St
James
L'Ecuyer David, milkman, 41 Queen
L'ECUYER EDOUARD,
notary,
sec-treasurer La Societe Permanente
de Construction du District d'lber-
ville, 69 Jacques Cartier, h 107 St
James
L'Ecuyer Narcisse, engineer C.V.R.,
54 St John
L'Ecuyer N. E., clerk C.V.R., 54 St
John
Ledoux Alexandre, blacksmith, 43
Champlain
Lefebvre Augustin, shoemakei-, St
Charles
Lefebvre D., & Co. (Mrs. A. Court
e-
manche and David Lefebvre), boot
and shoe store, 137 Richelieu
Lefebvre David (D. Lefebvre & Co.),
137 Richelieu
Lefebvre Fabien, boarding house, 162
Richelieu
LEFEBVRE OLIVIER,
dealer in
fancy and staple dry goods and
millinery, in which the stock is well
assorted and sold at the lowest
prices, 118 Richelieu, h 116 do
Lefebvre Onesime, baker, St Thomas
near Duchene
Lefebvre Miss S., St Paul near Cham-
plain
Lefebvre Mrs. R., & Co. (Mrs. A.
Courtemanche and Mi*s. Rosalie
Lefebvre), milliners and dressma-
kers, 137 Richelieu
Lefebvre Mrs. Rosalie (Mrs. R.
Lefebvre & Co.), 137 Richelieu
Leger Cleophas, telegraph repairer,
Montreal Telegrah Co., 45 Grant
8T. JOHNS ADVERTISEMENTS.
14l
"
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yoix du Peuple
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GRAND JOURNAL HEBDOMADAIRE DE 32 COLONNES,
PARAIT LE VENDREDI.
CIRCULATION
-
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2j900.
ROY FRERES, Prop,
88 Rue Richelieu, St.
Jea7t,
P.
Q,
PRIX DE L'ABONNEMENT
:
CANADA SI. 50
-
ETATS-UNIS
$4.75,
La circulation de
*'
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"
est considerable, dans
ie District d'Iberville, les Cantons de I'Est et les Etats-Unis.
C'est
I'un des journaux du Canada oiTrant le plus d'avantage a I'annon-
ceur.
L'etablissement de
'•
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et de Vignettes les plus varies ; on
y
execute, avec gout et celerite,
toutes sortes d'ouvrages d'imprimerie, i
B03 Prix lafsristtrs a ceus de Hoatrsa!.
Les ordres re^us par la malle sont remplis avec la plus stricte ponc-
tualite.
142 TOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
LE FRANCO- CANADIEN,
tri-
weekly and weekly, Isaac Bourgui-
gnon, proprietor, publisher and
printer, 2 Market square. See Adv
opposite page
Lemieux R., 20 Lenguenil
Lemieux R., pedlar, 41 St James
Leprohon James, M.!)., 19 St Charles
L'ESPERANCE CHARLES,
tailor.
Gents' garments made in the latest
styles promptly and at low prices.
Repairing, cleaning and dyeing
very cheaply done, 47 Richelieu, h
34 Champlain
Lessard Mrs. S., 56 St John
Lewis C. H., draw bridge keeper
C.Y.B., Victoria
L'Heureux Mrs. E., 94 Champlain
L'Heureux The Misses (Adeline and
Corine L'Heureux), milliners and
dressmakers, 94 Champlain
Lizotte Alphonse, joiner, 11 Duchene
LOMME JOSEPH A.,
importer of
fancy and staple dry goods, gro-
ceries, provisions, hardware, wines,
liquors, &c., wholesale and retail,
126 and 128 Richelieu, h 130 do.
See Adv page 125
Lomme P. A., clerk, bds 130 Richelieu
LONDON ASSURANCE COR
PORATION
(Fii-e and Life), of
London, Eng., James O'Cain, agent,
1 St George. See Adv page 149
LORD JOSEPH,
staple and fancy
groceries, wines and liquors, whole-
sale and retail, 127 Richelieu, h do.
See Adv page 6
Lord Hilaire, laborer, 87 St James
L'Orphion de St Jean, C. T. Charbon-
neau, president
LORRAIN LEON,
advocate, 2 Mar-
ket square, at the oiRce of Le
EranCO- Canadien,resides at Iberville
Loupret Charles (Macdonald & Lou-
pret), resides at Iberville
L'Union St Joseph de St Jean, Noel
Chaput, president
Lussier Louis, cabinetmaker, 55 Jac-
ques Cartier
LYNCH ANTHONY,
manufacturer
and wholesale and retail dealer in
waxed upper and waxed calf leather.
Spanish sole leather always on hand,
185 Richelieu, h 183 do
MACDONALD &LOUPRET
(L. G.
Macdonald, Q.C., and Charles Lou-
pret), advocates, 27 Richelieu
MACDONALD ALEXANDER,
100 Jacques Cartier
MACDONALD DUNCAN,
private
banker, 100 Jacques Cartier, h do
MACDONALD EDWARD C,
pro-
prietor St Johns Stone China-Ware
Co., office St George corner Grant,
and private banker, office 100 Jac-
ques Cartier, h 100 Jacques Cartier
See Adv page 13
Macdonald James, 132 Champlain
Macdonald L. G., Q.C. (Macdonald k
Loupret), 132 Champlain
Macdonald Mrs., 108 Jacques Cartier
Mace William, baggage master G.T.R.,
68 Albert
MACPHERSON JAS-,
wholesale
flour, grain and produce commission
merchant, A\ St James, h 42 Lon-
gueuil. See Adv page 5
Macpherson John S., clerk, 42 Lon-
gueuil
Maguire John (Dunn & Maguire), 10
Longueuil
Maguire Thomas, 10 Longueuil
Maillet Amable, potter, 57 Albert
Maillet Auguste, printer, News office
Maillet Charles, printer, News office
Mailloux Narcisse, laborer, 42 Albert
Mailloux N., carpenter, 42 Albert
MajeauHypolite, shoemaker, 50 Queen
Mailhot Alexis, laborer, 61 Lemoine
Mallet Thomas, bds at United States
Hotel, St James corner Champlain
Malard Sister, superioress of St Johns
Hospital, 17 Longueuil
Manson W. E., bookkeeper News
office, 43 Richelieu
Marceau Fabien, laborer, 125 St James
Marceau Moise, tailor, 125 St James
Marceau Pierre, carter, 51 Desala-
berry
MARCHAN D &CH ARE ON-
NEAU
(hon. F. G. Marchand,
M.P.P., and Charles T. Charbon-
neau), notaries, 86 Jacques Cartier
Marchand A., carpenter, 34 Duchene
Marchand Charles, clerk, Riverside
terrace, Champlain
Marchand Edmund, groceries, wines
and liquors, 32 Richelieu, h 34 do
ST. JOHNS ADVERTISEMENT. 143
UN JOURNAL LIBERAL DE PREMIERE CLASSE,
Ayant une grande circulation clans le district d'Iberville et les
districts limitraphes,
PuBLiE A St. Jean, P.Q.
PAR
Avis aux Axnonceurs:—Ce journal est le seul senii-quotidien pii-
blie en cette partie du pays.
II parait les Mai-di, Jeudi et Samedi de chaque semaine.
II
y
a aussi une edition hebdomadaire qui parait tons les vendredis.
$2.50 par an pour Tedition semi-qnotidienne,
ABONNEMENT.
$1.00 par an pour I'edition hebdomadaire.
La circulation de ce journal augraente constamment, ce qui est une preuve
evidente de sa popularity.
TARIF DES ANNONGES.
Premiere insertion, par ligne 10 cts,
Chaque insertion subsequente, par ligne . . . 4
"
Toute annonce envoj'ee sans mentionner le nombre d'insertions voulues
sera publiee jusqu'a avis du contraire.
Une remise libdrale est accord^e pour des an nonces a long ternie.
L'atelier de ce journal execute toutes sortes d'impressions aux conditions
les plus avantageuses, en frangais ou en anglais. Ouvrage tres soigne.
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LIBRAIRIE, PAPETERIE, FOURNITURES DE BUREAUX ET
D'ECOLES, TAPISSERIE, LIVRES ET OBJETS DE PIETE
L'assortiment est tr^s complet et tres varie.
MEME PRIX QU'A MONTREAL.
144 TOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
MarchandF. J. H. (Charland & Miir-
chand), 32 Grant
Marchand hon. F. G.
(Marchand &
Charbonneau), M.P.P., Count}' of
St Johns, 46 St Charles
Marchand Louis, printer, Duchene
Marchand L. (j., deputy registrar for
the count}' of St Johns, resides at
the Barracks
MARCHAND LOUIS, H.
(establish-
ed
1867),
practical watchmaker and
jeweller. All kinds ofrepairs in the
above promptly and skillfully execu-
uted. Special and personal atten-
tion given to the repairing ofwatches.
Satisfaction guaranteed, 78 Riche-
lieu, bds at St Johns Hotel, 60 and 62
Richelieu
MARCHAND WILLIAM A-,
registrar for the County of St Johns,
95 Jacques Cartier, h 34 St James
Mnrchesseau Mrs. R. S., 41 Champlain
Marcil Camille, laborer, 7 St Louis
Marcil Casimir, laborer, 30 Grant
Marcil Hubert, laborer, 11 St Louis
Marcil Jules A., laborer, 42 Queen
Marcil Louis, laborer, 44 Queen
Marcoux E. A., bailiff and collector,
29 St Charles
Marengo Alexander (St Johns Cigar
Manufactory), bds 37 Grant
Marengo J, (St Johns Cigar Manu-
factory), resides at Iberville
Marengo R. (St Johns Cigar Manu-
factoiy), 37 Grant
Marien Narcisse, butcher, St Johns
Market, h 80 St James
MARLER W. LAKE,
manager
Merchants Bank of Canada, resides
2 St George corner Richelieu
Marshall Charles, crown lands agent,
St Jerome, 1 Riverside Terrace,
Champlain
MASSY GEORGE,
proprietor Do-
minion Soap Works, manufacturer
of erasive soaps, also royal crown
and laundry bar soaps, 68 St John,
hdo
MAXIMILLIAN BROTHER,
director St Johns Commercial Aca-
demy, 69 and 71 St James
Mayer Mrs. Margaret, widow Joseph,
113 St James
Mayrand Louis A., insurance agent,
59 Champlain
McCarroU Peter, smith and farrier, 55
St James, h 67 Grant
McConkey E. (E. McConkey & Co.),
127 Champlain
McCONKEY E., & CO-
(E. McCon-
key and F. X. Clement), merchant
tailors and dealers in gents' furnish-
ing goods, Coote's block, 97 Riche-
lieu. See Adv page 6
McConnell Alexander, section fore-
man G.T.R., 30 Duchgne
McGinnis R.
P. (St Johns Cigar
Manufactory), resides at Iberville
McGOOGAN p.,
manufacturer and
dealer in saddles, harness, trunks,
valises, whips, horse clothing, &c.,
Arpin's block, 73 Richelieu, h 53 St
John. See Adv page 8
McGoogan Robert, butcher, St Johns
Market, h 53 St John
McGuire John, potter, 53 St George
Mcintosh James, laborer, 67 Lemoine
McKellar Archibald, 86 St John
McNULTY J. E-,
wholesale and
retail dealer in dry goods, groceries,
wines, liquors, hardware, paints,
oils, &c., 141 Richelieu, h do
McNulty William, clerk, bds at Canada
Hotel, 177 and 179 Richelieu
McQUILLEN JAMES P..
spinning
wheel manufacturer and general
w^ood turner. Newel posts, table legs
and stair ballusters of all sizes and
designs kept in stock. Spinning
wheel and other repairs done on
the shortest notice. Prices low, sa-
tisfaction guaranteed, 21 Market
square, resides at the Barracks
McQuillen J. A., travelling agent, 6
Jacques Cartier
Mdnard Joseph, laborer, 1 Desala
berry
Menard Mrs. Eusebe, widow, 36 Queen
Menard Wilfred, potter, 36 Queen
MERCHANTS BANK OF CAN
ADA,
W. Lake Marler, manager,
29 Richelieu corner St George
Mercier Joseph, clerk, 9 Longueuil
Mercier Miss H., dressmaker, 100 St
James
Mercier Mrs. Edouard, widow, 33 St
Charles
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS. 145
Mercier Napoleon, tannor, 30 Desala-
berry
Mercier Octave, carter, 86 St James
Mercier Paschal, 100 St James
Mercier Z., carter, 15 Jacques Cartier
MESSIER J. S.,
advocate, 72 Jac-
ques Cartier corner St Charles, h
do
METHODIST CHURCH OF CAN-
ADA,
Longueuil, rev. William J.
Crothers, M.A., pastor
Metivier Joseph, potter, 3 Lonoriieuil
METROPOLITAN PLATE
GLASS INSURANCE CO- OF
NE WYORK.
James Cain,agent,
1 St George. See Adv page 149
Meunier C. H. L., clerk, bds 167
Eichelieu
Meunier J., & Co. (Joseph Meunier,
St. Johns, and Baptiste Benjamain,
Ste. Angele), dealers in Canadian
produce, 81 Jacques Cartier
Meunier Joseph (J. Meunier & Co.),
81 Jacques Cartier
Miller John, retired, 71 Champlain
Miller Y., laborer, 48 Jacques Cartier
Milligan Samuel, 96 Jacques Cartier
MILLS REV. W. L.,
rector of St
Johns, 103 Jacques Cartier
Moffat Mrs. Ann, widow Isaac, 31 St
Greorge
Moisant Michel, bailitf, Longueuil
MoUeur Israel, carpenter, 20 Desala-
berry
Molleur Joseph, jun., teller LaBanque
de St Jean, 40 Longueuil
MOLLEUR J. E-
(Molleur, Lanier-
& Co.), importer and wholesale
dealer in dry goods and wholesale
dealer, in Canada straw hats, 147
Eichelieu, h Champlain near Eiver-
side Terrace. See Adv page 5
MOLLEUR, LANIER & CO-
(J. E.
MoUeur and J. B. Lanier), wax
bleachers, wax taper manufacturers,
and wholesale dealers in wax can-
dles and tapers, and all kinds of
wax, factory Iberville, office 147
Richelieu. See Adv paqe 5
MOLLEUR LOUIS,
ills, MP.P.
count}^ of Iberville, president La
Banque de St Jean, and proprietor
I'Aqueduc de St Jean, office 22 Lon-
gueuil, h 32 Longueuil
Monarque Louis, furniture dealer and
cooper, 96 Champlain, h do
Monast Alexander, boot and shoe ma-
ker, 80 Richelieu, bds do
MONAST TANCREDE D.,
dealer
in fancy and staple dry goods, groce-
ries, provisions, wines, liquors, to-
baccos and cigars, wholesale and
retail, 80 Richelieu, h do
Monbloau David, tinsmith and plum-
ber, 97 Champlain, h 34 Jacques
Cartier
Monbleau Eus^be, carpenter, 28 Jac-
ques Cartier
Monday 0. G. (Langevin & Monday),
resides 89 Sanguinet, Montreal
MONNETTE F-,
proprietor St Johns
Hotel, 60 and 62 Richelieu. See Adv
page 6
Monnette Olivier, clerk St Johns
Hotel, 60 and 62 Eichelieu
Montgomerie R. C, 134 Champlain
MONTREAL HOTEL,
Joseph Beau-
dry, proprietor. First-class house.
Meals at all hours, 121 and 123
Richelieu
MONTREAL TELEaRAPH CO ,
George H. Wilkinson, agent, Zb
Richelieu
Moore William, woodman G. T.R., 81
Grant
Moquin Mrs., widow, 55 Desalaberry
Moran Vital, laborer, 147 St James
Moreau H., M.D., 67 Jacques Cartier
Moreau J., 34 Albert
MOREAU LAURENT,
dealer in
groceries, provisions, wines, and
liquors of all kinds, pork, flour,
salt fish, &c., at lowest prices, 16 St
James corner Champlain, h 87
Champlain
Morel Edmond Louis, clerk County of
St John's Eegistry office, resides at
the Barracks
MOREL EDO UARD,
tinsmith.
plumber and roofer, dealer in all
kinds of tin and iron ware, coal and
wood stoves, furnaces, &c. Tin and
galvanized iron roofing done in
town or country at lowest prices, 19
Market square, h do
Morel Ijouis, shoemaker, resides at
the Barracks
Morel Mrs., widow, 50 Desalaberry
146
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
Morency Mrs., washerwoman, 8 Du-
chene
Morin Camille, carpenter and joiner,
17 St Peter
MORIN ED GUARD,
carpenter,
joiner, builder and contractor. All
orders in the above promptly done,
in the most workmanlike manner
;
special attention paid to jobbing,
prices very low, and satisfaction
guaranteed, 20 Albert, h do
MORIN MADAME 0-,
milliner, 40
Richelieu
MORIN 0., manufacturer and dealer
in boots, shoes and rubbers. Large
stock, best goods, lowest prices;
custom work to order at cheapest
rates, 40 Richelieu, h 42 do
MOSS JOHN p.,
general dealer in
dry goods, groceries, provisions,
crockery,
glassware, wines, liquors,
small wares, etc. Good articles and
low prices, 14 Market square, h do
Moss Patrick, tailor and cutter, 14
Market square
Nadeau Alexandre, sen., 16 St Charles
Narbonne Charles, huckster. Market,
resides at Iberville
NATIONAL
EXPRESS CO.,
George H.
Wilkinson, agent, 25
Richelieu
National Hotel, Pierre Lebert, pro-
prietor,
23 3Iarket square corner
Jacques Cartier
Newmann William,car repairer C. V.R.,
76 Grant
NEWS AND FRONTIER AD-
VOCATE
(
[THE],
Established
1848.) published every Friday. E.
R. Smith, pxiblisher and proprietor,
18 Richelieu, nearly opposite the
new post office. See Adv opposite
page
Nichols Miss Caroline, private school,
89 Jacques Cartier
Nolette Bruno, laborer, 34 Grant
Nolin Casimir, carter, 21 Desalaberry
Nolin Charles, sheriff District of Iber-
ville, Court House, 44 St Charles,
h 70 Champlain
Nolin Napoleon, laborer, 25 St Peter
Nolin William, lockman, 20 Champlain
Korris William C, clerk G.T.R., bds
162 Richelieu
NORTH BRITISH AND MER
CANTILE INSURANCE CO-
OF LONDON AND EDIN
BURGH,
William Coote, agent, 2 St
James. See Adv page 131
NORTHERN INSURANCE CO-
OF ABERDEEN AND LON-
DON,
Wi liam Coote, agent, 2 St
James. See Adv page 131
Noxon Mrs. Mary, widow James, 4
Champlain
O'CAIN JAMES,
dealer in coal and
wood, custom house broker and
general insurance agent,l St George^
h 2 do. See Adv page 149
O'Cain Mts. Bernard, 14 Jacques Car-
tier
Oligny Gilbert, laborer, 37 Queen
O'Reilly Patrick, St Paul near Cham-
plain
OSGOOD W. A.,
postmaster, 23
Richelieu, h 104 Jacques Cartier
Qui met Napoleon, hostler, 8t Charles
Hotel, 40 St Charles corner Jacques
Cartier
Ouimet Narbonne, laborer, 127 St
Peter
Owen John, potter, 39 St John
Pag^ Mrs S., wilow, Duchene
PAILLE CHARLES,
watchmaker
and jeweller, dealer in watches,
clocks, jewellery, silver and plated
ware, gold pens, vases, statuary,
fancy goods, toys, &c., 112 and 114
Richelieu, h 110 do
Palmer Charles, bookkeeper, bds at St
Johns Hotel, GO and 62 Richelieu
Papineau Henry, hostler United
States Hotel, St James corner
Champlain
Papineau Luc, butcher, St Johns Mar-
ket, h 65 St Charles
Paquette Joseph, 64 Jacques Cartier
PAQUIN OLIVIER,
boot and shoe
store. A good a^isortment of boots
and shoes always on hand at lowest
prices. Custom work done in the
latest styles, 77 Richelieu, h 79 do
PARADIS E- Z-,
advocate, 88
Jacques Cartier, h Jacques Cartier
corner St George
Parker E. M., & Co., ice dealers, 158
Richelieu
Parker George, builder, Victoria
ST. JOHNS ADVERTISEMENT. 14T
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Office^
ST. JOHNS, p.
Q.
148 TOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
Parker John, agent for E. M. Parker
& Co., 197 Richelieu
Pariseau Euse be, joiner, 118 St Peter
Patenaude Andr^, joiner, 58 Queen
Patenaude Cyrille, laborer, 39 Grant
Patenaude Mrs. Cyrille, 13 Market
square
Pattee D. L., road master S. S. &
C. E., 130 Champlain
Patterson John, section foreman
G.T.E., 72 Queen
Payette Charles, tailor, 22 Jacques
Cartier
Payette Francois, carriage maker, 22
Jacques Cartier
Pearson John, lumber merchant, foot
of George, resides at Iberville
PEARSON W. J.,
proprietor St-
Johns Boarding, Livery and Ex-
change Stable. A large number of
horses constantly on hand either to
rent or for sale, 78 Champlain, h do
Peirce Charles Stewart, 131 Cham-
plain
Perchard Hy. G., chief clerk andland-
ing waiter customs, 10 Lemoine
Perrier Pierre, school teacher, 11 St
John
Petit Mo'ise, blacksmith, 26 Albert
PHILLIPS E. D.,
collector of cus-
toms, 23 Richelieu, resides at tbe
Barracks
Phillips Henry, 10 Jacques Cartier
Phillips Joseph, carpenter, 1 Jacques
PHCENIX INSURANCE CO.,
of
London, William Coote, agent, 2 St
James. See Adv page 131
Picard Etienne, laborer, 11^
Duchene
Picard Aurele, clerk, bds 34 St John
Pichette Joseph, 2 St Charles
Pichette Mrs., widow, 32 Desalaberry
Pickels Mrs. M., wid Elijah
4,
Jacques
Cartier
Pigeon Antoine, laborer, 35 Jacques
Cartier
Pigeon Victor, conductor G.T.E., 37
St John
Pinsonneault Camille, butcher, St
Johns Market, h 128 St James
Pinsonneault Camille, carter, 20 St
James
Pinsonneault C. P., clerk, bds 46
Richelieu
Pinsonneault Dieudonn^, potter, 13
St John
Pinsonneault J. E., harbor master, 15
Richelieu, bds at United States
Hotel, Champlain corner St James
Placidus Brother, sub-director St
Johns Commercial Academy, 69 and
71 St James
Plante Mrs. Esther, widow Thomas, 38
St James
Plante Miss A., 53 Albert
Plante Napoleon, boot and shoe maker,
114 St James, h do
Plantier Jean,
Qgg
packer, h 66 Jac-
ques Cartier
Plantier Jean Baptiste, 58 Jacques
Cartier
Plantier Mrs., 2 Duchene
Plantier Narcisse, laborer, 49 Desala-
berry
PLANTIER PIERRE,
dealer in
groceries, provisions, crockery,
woodenware, flour, grain, &c. All
articles sold at the lowest prices, 38
St Charles corner Jacques Cartier,
h do
Plantier Pierre, 6 Desalaberry
Plouffe George, carpenter, 97 Queen
POINTON PHILLIP,
manager at St
Johns Stone China-Ware Co., 33
Longueuil
Poirier Isaac, carpenter, 106 St James
Poirier Joseph, bar keeper Montreal
Hotel, resides at Iberville
Poirier Joseph, laborer,
9^
Duchene
Poirier Joseph, laborer, 38 St Peter
Poirier Miss, 52 St James
Poirier Noel, butcher, St Johns
Market, h 1 16 St James
Poissant Julien, school teacher, 42
Champlain
Potvin Etienne, yard master C.Y.R.,
49 St George
Potvin Prudent, carpenter, lOi^ Du-
chene
Pole Frederick F., jun., foreman at H.
K. Clarke's, 5 Riverside terrace,
Champlain
Pole Frederick F., sen., 3 Riverside
terrace, Champlain
POUTRE EDOUARD,
manufac-
turer and dealer in saddles, harness,
trunks, valises, satchels, &c., 9 and
11 St James, h do. See Adv page 1
ST. JOHNS ADTERTISEMENTS.
149
JAMES 0^€il*»
DEALER IN
COAL AND WOOD,
Custom House Broker and General
Insurance Agent,
1 St. George Street^ S£. Jofiins^ P.Q.
REPRESENTS THE FOLLOWIXG
FIRST-CLASS INSURANCE COMPANIES,
VIZ:
London Assurance Corporation of London, Eng., Fire and Infe.
Queen Insurance Co. of Liverpool and London, Fire and Life.
Royal Canadian Insurance Co.. Fire and Marine.
Citizens Insurance Co. of Canada, Fire, Life, Accident and Guarantee.
Canada Fire and Marine Insurance Co.
Accident Insurance Co., of Canada.
Metropolitan Plata Glass Insurance Co. of New York.
dTgodin,
"Wholesale and Retail Manufacturer and dealer in
mis &
MPS,
Sign of the LARGE USD HAT,
56 RICHELIEU STREET, ST. JOHNS, P.Q.
A fall assortment of Seasonable Goods al^rays wn band. No cbeaper Store In
this part of tbe Country.
Manufacturier et Marchand en Gros et en Detail de
CHAPEAUX ET
CASQUETTES
Enseigne clu GRAND CHAPEA U ROUGE,
Un assortiment oomplet de ITIarcbandlses selon les salsons tonjonrs en mains.
Aucun magasin dans tout le district ne vend a aassi bas prlx.
150 TOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
POST OFFICE,
23 Eichelieu, W. A.
Osgood, postmaster
Prairi© Joseph, druggist's clerk, with
H. Larocque, 109 Eichelieu
Prairie Mrs., 129 Champlain
Prevost Arthur, potter, 10 St Thomas
Prevost C, laborer, 42 St Charles
Provost Oxance, joiner, 11-4 St Peter
Prevost Simeon, hostler, St Charles
Prior Thomas, potter, Victoria
PROTHONOTARY,
District of
Iberville, Cbarland & 3Iarchand,
Court house, 44 St Charles
QUEEN INSURANCE COMPA-
NY OF LIVERPOOL AND
LONDON
(fii'e and life), James
O'Cain, agent. See Adv page 149
^uesnel Jules, jun., law clerk, 38 Ri-
chelieu
^^uesnel Jules, sen., collector of Chara-
bly Canal tolls, 94 Champlain, h 38
Richelieu
Racicot Augustin L., grocer, 3 Market
square, h 5 do
Racicot G., clerk, bds at 167 Richelieu
Pacine I., yardman, bds 66 Albert
RAILWAY
REFRESHMENT
SALOON,
Patrick Slavin, proprie-
tor. The choicest ales and porter,
wines, liquors, tobacco, cigars, &c.
Trains stop long enough to enable
passengers to call. Meals supplied,
8 Lemoine
Ramsay George, confectioner, 32 St
Charles, h 30 do
Ramsay Solomon, confectioner, 67
Richelieu, h 65 do
Ramsay William D., hostler, 34 St
Charles
Eaymond dit Plantier Jean Baptiste,
fish dealer, 9 Duchene
Raymond Frs., carter, 43 Desalaberry
Raymond Hubert, laborer, 19 St Peter
Raymond Jean Baptiste, 9 Duchene
Raymond Michel, laborer, 44 Desala-
berry
Raywood Thomas, potter, Victoria
Reade John,mould maker and modeler^
12 Longueuil
REGISTRY OFFICE FOR THE
COUNTY BT JOHNS,
W. A.
Marchand, registrar; L. G. Mar-
chand, deputy registrar, 95 Jacques
Cartier
Rheaume Octave, laborer, 58 St John
Richard Alexis, 42 Desalaberry
Richard Augustin, cigar maker, bds
162 Richelieu
Richard Edmond, 42 Desalaberry
Richard J. B., clerk, Desalaberry
Eichelieu Hotel, J. B. Dubois, pro-
prietor, 12 and 14 St George
Richer dit Lafleche R. A., tailor, 141
Richelieu, h Champlain
Robert Anthony, laborer, 17 Jacques
Cartier
Robert J., painter, 30 Jacques Cartier
Robert Louis, laborer, 13 Jacques
Cartier
Robert Pierre, carpenter and joiner,
27 Jacques Cartier
Robert Pieri*e, laborer, Jacques Cartier
Robert Pierre, laborer, 7 St Paul
Eomo James, pedlar, 32 Jacques
Cartier
Rossiter John, leather manufacturer,
152 Richelieu, h 187 do
Rouiller Henri, clerk, St Paul near
Champlain
Rouiller Vital, St Paul near Cham-
plain
Rouleau J., carpenter, 30 Duchene
Rousseau Henri, tanner, 79 St James
Rousseau Leon, tanner, 79 St James, h
do
Rousseau Romuald, carpenter, 65 Le-
moine
Roy A., laborer, 40 Desalaberry
Roy Charles H., (Roy Fr^res) 49
Richelieu
Roy Damase, carter, 1 Duchgne
Eoy Emilien, land speculator,19 Grant
Roy F., laborer, 10 DuchSne
ROY FRERES
(Jean T. and Char-
les H. Ro}-), ^diteurs-proprietaii-es
La Toix du Peuple, 88 Richelieu.
Voir annonce page 141
Roy H. Laurent, car repairer G.T.R.,
62 Lemoine
Roy Jean T. (Roy Fr^res), 76 Riche-
lieu
Roy Joseph A., foreman La Voix du
Peuple, resides at Iberville
Roy Julien, 43 St Paul
Roy Laurent, shoemaker, 43 Albert
Roy Mo'i^e, carter, 98 St James
Roy Mrs. A., widow Charles, carter, 8
Market square
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS, 151
Roy Mrs. F., 76 Desalaberry
Roy Thomas, dealer in cattle, &c., 22
Grant
Roy Pierre, carpenter, 18 Desaiaberry
Roy P. J., printer, 76 Richelieu
ROYAL CANADIAN INSUR-
ANCE CO.
(tire and marine). James
O'Cain, agent, 1 St George. See Adv
page 149
ROYAL FIRE AND LIFE IN-
SURANCE CO. OF LIVER-
POOL AND LONDON,
William
Coote, agent, 2 St James. See Adv
page 131
Russell Miss Anna, Grant near St
Paul
Ryan Charles, C.V.R., bds 122 Cham-
plain
RYDER J. W.,
lumber merchant,
dealer in all kinds of rough and
dressed lumber, proprietor for the
District of Iberville of the "'Adams
Excelsior Spring Bed," highly re-
commended by the Medical Faculty,
office and post office address Iber-
ville
Eyder William M., agent for the Jones
Estate, 7 Riverside Terrace, Cham-
plain
Sabourin Antoine, grocer, 131 St
James
Samoisette Anselme, freight master
C.V.R., 96 St John
Samoisette Leon, carpenter, 19 St
John
Samoisette Telesphore, tailor, 2 St
Thomas
Sarrasin L^vi, carter, 71 Albert
Sauvage B., dry goods, 55 Richelieu,
h 57 do
Sawyer Thomas, crate manufacturer,
64 St Peter
Saxe Robert J., United States Consul,
office 4 Richelieu, h do
Scott Mrs. Mary, widow L. M., 42
Jacques Cartier
SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL IN-
SURANCE CO. OF GLASGOW,
"William Coote, agent, 2 St James.
See Adv page 131
SCOTTISH IMPERIAL INSUR-
ANCE CO. OF GLASGOW,
Wil-
liam Coote, agent, 2 St James. See
Adv page 131
S^guin Auguste, 101 Jacques-Cartier
S<^guin Joseph, 36 St Charles
Sdguin Joseph (Seguin, Lalime & Co.),
145 Richelieu
Seguin Mrs. T., 21 Longueuil
Seguin, Lalime & Co. (Joseph Seguin
and J. B. Lalime), boot and shoe
store, 145 Richelieu
Sene Luc (Boyer & St^nd agents), 83
Champlain
Sheridan Thomas, rctii-ed, 79 Cham-
plain
Sherritt William, potter, 123 St Peter
Simard Julien, 52 Grant
Simard Pierre (Brault & Simard), 52
Grant
Simpson Mrs. Jane, widow Ralph,
boarding house, 122 Champlain
Simpson Robert, driver, Champlain
SLAVIN PATRICK,
proprietor
Railway Refreshment Saloon. The
choicest ales and porter, wines,
liquors, tobacco, cigars, &c. Trains
stop long enough to enable pas-
sengers to call. Meals supplied, 8
Lemoine
Slemmings Philip, G.T.R., bds at St
Johns Hotel, 60 and 62 Richelieu
Smith Alfred, laborer, 34 Jacques
Cartier
SMITH E. R.,
publisher and pro-
jirietor of The Aeics and Frontier
Advocate (established
1848), pub-
lished every Friday, book and job
printer, and dealer in stationery, 18
Richelieu, nearly opposite the new
post office, h 124 Champlain.
See
Adv page 147
Stevens W. H., principal St Johns
High School
Soutiere James, laborer, 43 Desaia-
berry
ST CHARLES HOTEL,
A. Bon-
neau, 2)roprietor. A large house
kept in a good style, with superior
yard and stable accommodations,
40 St Charles corner Jacques Car-
tier
St Cyr Joseph, shoemaker, St James
near Cot^, Arpin & Co.'s factory
St Cyr Olivier, shoemaker, 103 St
James
St Germain Joseph, clerk, 12 St
Thomas
152 TOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
St Jacques Frangois, engineer, 28
Desalaberrj
St Jacques Fran gois, lamp lighter, 111
Queen
ST JAMES CHURCH
(Church of
England), Jacques Cartier corner
St George, rev. W. L. Mills, rector
of St Johns: rev. 0. J. Booth, assist-
ant minister
St J«an Baptists Society, T. A. Bernier,
president
ST
JOHNS BOARDINa,LIVERY
AND EXCHANGE STABLE,
W. J. Pearson, pi-oprietor. A large
number of horses constantly on
hand either to rent or for sale, 78
Champlain
ST JOHNS CIGAR MANUFAC-
TORY
(!?•
i"- McGinnis, A. Mar-
engo, E. Marengo and J. Marengo,
proprietors), 159 and 161 Richelieu
St Johns Cricket and Lacrosse Club,
J.
B.Stewart, president
ST JOHNS COMMERCIAL ACA-
DEMY,
Brother Maximillian, direc-
tor; Brother Placidius, sub-director,
69 and 71 St James
ST JOHNS GALLERY OF ART,
P. L. Brault, 131 Kichelieu. See
Adv page 6
St Johns High School, W. H. Stevens,
principal, St George cor Jacques
Cartier
St Johns High School, Board of Direc-
tors, rev. Wm. J. Crothers, T. B.
Futvoye, G, H. Wilkinson, F. R
Smith, T. A. Cousins, Wm. Drum,
W. A. Stevens, B. A., principal;
Miss Sawyer, assistant ; W. Coote,
secretary.
St Johns Hospital, under the direction
of the Grey Nuns. Sister Malard,
superioress, 17 Longueuil
ST JOHNS HOTEL,
F. Monette,
proprietor, 60 and 62 Eichelieu. See
Adv page 6
St Johns Infant School, under the
direction of the Grey Nuns
ST JOHNS LIVERY STABLE,
Napoleon Trahan, proprietor. Good
horses and carriages furnished on
short notice. Charges moderate,
98 Champlain, near the market, h
do
ST JOHNS ROCKINGHAM AND
YELLOW WARE MANUFAC-
TORY,
E. Bowler, proprietor.
Manufacturer of Cane, Rockingham
and Majolica ware. Factory and
office, Allen corner St Thomas. See
Adv opposite page
ST JOHNS STONE CHINA-
WARE CO,,
Ed. C. Macdonald, pro-
prietor. Manufacturers of C. C. and
white granite ware, plain and de-
corated, Grant corner St George
See Adv page 13
St Johns Waterworks, Louis Molleur,
jun., proprietor, office 22 Longueuil
St Oni^e C, shoemaker, 129 St James
ST PATRICK S SOCIETY OF ST
JOHNS,
J. O'Cain, president
St Philippe De Nery Sister, superioress
of the Convent of the Congregation
of Notre Dame, 5-1 Grant
St Pierre E., laborer, 19 Jacques Car
tier
St Pierre Pierre, carpenter, 119 Queen
Ste Marie Mrs. Z.. widow, 102 St James
STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE
CO. OF EDINBURGH,
William
Coote, agent, 2 St James. See Ado
page 131
STANSTEAD, SHEFFORD AND
CHAMBLY RAILWAY,
L B.
Futvoye, superintendent, Lemoine
Stewart Campbell, pensioner, 77
Champlain
Stewart Colin Campbell, clerk and
telegraph operator, 77 Champlain
Stewart Ed, drug clerk, 77
Champlain
Stewart James, station agent Iber-
ville, 77 Champlain
Stewart John, commercial traveller,
67 Champlain
Stewart John B
,
farmer, 5 Lemoine
Stott George Henry, telegraph opera-
tor and ticket clerk G.T.R., 52 Al-
bert
SUPERIOR COURT,
District of
Iberville, Charland & Marchand,
joint prothonotary, Court House,
44 St Charles
Surprenant Albert,yard man, Bartlett's
American Hotel, 10, 12 and 14
Eichelieu
Surprenant Damase, laborer, 12 Du-
chSne
ST. JOHNS ADVERTISEMENT. 153
ST. JOHNS
ROeRINBHAM & YELLOW
WARE
MANUFACTORY,
Proprietor,
CORNER OF
ALLEN AND ST THOMAS STREETS,
ST. JOHNS, P.Q.
Manufacturer of
GANE, ROCKINGHA M AND MAJOLIGA WARE,
Tea Pots, Milk Pans, Lip Bowls, Preserve
Jars, Round and Oval Dishes,
Spittoons, i£c.
^^
The very best Ware at the lowest price. .=^
FABRICANT DB
m!iifyiii.wsi!iiiiii!{i
Theieres, Plats a Lait, Bols,
Demi-Couverts, Pots a Confitures, Plats
Ronds et Ovals, Crachoirs, Etc.
Les Meilleurs A rticles et les plus bos prix.
154
TOWN OP ST. JOHNS.
Surprenant Joseph, laborer, 9 Du-
chene
Surveyer L. J. A.,
hardware, stoves,
ranges, wringers, washing machines,
Sherwood's white wire goods and
agate iron utensils, 524 Craig, Mont-
real
Sylvestre Isaac, potter, 27 Queen
Sjlvestie Joseph,
tinsmith, Queen
Sylvestre Moise, laborer, 8 Jacques
Cartier
Sjmms William A., Richelieu Bridge
toll collector, St Charles
Tallard Tlieodv)re, sen., laborer, 6 St
Louis
Tallard Theodore, jun., laborer, St
Louis near Champlain
Tauguaj E., carter, 71 Desalaborry
Tanguay Thomas, laborer, 56 Jacques
Cartier
Tees J. A. (J. A. Tees & Co.), resides
at Madame Plante's, St James
TEES J. A., & CO.
(J. A. Tees),
(successors to T. A. & C. R. Cousins),
choice groceries, tlour and feed,
glassware, crockery, lamps, &c.,
wholesale and retail, 84 Richelieu
corner St James
Teinperance Hotel, L. Deranleau, pro-
prietor, 116 and 118 Champlain
Tenny Arthur J., clerk C.V.E., 94
Richelieu
Tenny Charles, clerk C.V.R, bds at
United States Hotel, Champlain
corner St James
Tessier Alphonse, saddler, bds 11 St
James
Tessier Leon, grocer, 33 Champlain
Thdrien Louis, carter, 21 Desalaberry
THE NEWS AND FRONTIER
ADVOCATE
(established
1848),
publishe 1 every Friday, E. R. Smith,
publisher and proprietor, 18 Riche-
lieu nearly opposite the new post
office. See Adv page 147
Thibodeau Eusebe, shoemaker, 42 St
Peter
Thibodeau Gilbert, laborer, 39 Albert
Thibodeau Jean Baptiste, laborer, 31
Queen
Thibodeau Jean Baptiste, clerk, Queen
Thibodeau Moise, shoemaker, 80 St
Charles
Thibodeau Napoleon, laborer, 40 Queen
Thomson William, cashier G.T.R.,
bds 162 Richelieu
Tixier L., grocer, 33 Champlain, h do
Toussaint Joseph, 117 St James
Towner William, farmer, 51 Jacques
Cartier
Tralian Gedeon, 66 St James
Trahan Joseph, clerk, 60 Jacques
Cartier
TRAHAN JOSEPH D-,
manufactu-
rer of all descriptions of carriages
and sleighs, cheap and well made.
Repairs promptly done at low prices,
141 St James, h 132 St James
TRAHAN NAPOLEON,
proprietor
St Johns Livery Stable. Good horses
and carriages furnished on short
notice
;
charges moderate, 98 Cham-
plain, near the Market, h do
Tremblay Edouard, teamster^ 26 St
James
Tremblay Francois, proprietor Union
Hotel, 1 Market square
Tremblay George A., barkeeper, 1
Market square
Tremblay Henri, huckster. Market
square, resides at Iberville
Tremblay Henri, teamster, 26 St James
Tremblay Joseph, cab driver, 26 Grant
TROTTIER L. M-,
practical watch-
maker and jeweller, constantly on
hand a choice assortment of watches,
clocks, fine jewellery
;
etc. repairs
carefully and promptly done. Agent
for the Howe, Wanzer and Singer
Sewing machines. Dewar's Block,
90 Eichelieu, bds United States
Hotel, St James corner Champlain
Trudeau Antoine, boat builder, 81
Champlain
TRUDEAU L A, LDS.,
surgeon
dentist, pupil of Harvard Dental
College, Boston. Patients scientifi-
cally treated by the jnost advanced
methods, 173 Richelieu, h do
Tugault Mrs., 59 Jacques Cartier
UNITED STATES AND CANA-
DA EXPRESS CO ,
George H.
Wilkinson, agent, 25 Richelieu
United States Consulate, Robert J.
Saxe, consul, John Donaghy, vice-
consul, ofiice 4 Richelieu
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
155
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
Amable Bisaillon, proprietor. House
large and roomy and first-class ac-
commodation, St James corner
Champlain
Valliere Edward, boot and shoe maker,
100 Champlain, h do
Valliere Louis, 39 Queen
Valliere S. A., oyster saloon, 10 St
James
Varney Fred., fireman C.Y.R., 54
Queen
Vaughan Samuel, farmer, Champlain,
Parish of St Johns
Verano Miss Emma, milliner, bds 162
Richelieu
Villemaire C. (C. Villemaire & Co.),
153 Richelieu
Villemaire C, & Co., tinsmiths, 153
Richelieu
Villemaire Napoleon, tinsmith, 12
Jacques Cartier
VOIX DU PEUPLE (LAO
Roy
Fr^res, ^diteurs-propri^taires, 88
Richelieu. Voir annonce page 141
Wall John, billing clerk G.T.R., 98 St
John
Wall John, laborer, 19 Duchene
Wally William, potter, 126 Queen
Walmsley Alexander, British mail offi-
cer, 13 Lemoine
Walmsley E. T., clerk Merchants'
Bank of Canada, 13 Lemoine
WATERLOO AND MAGOG
RAILWAY,
I. B. Futvoye, super-
intendent, Lemoine
Wayne John, night operator G.T.R.,
bds 122 Champlain
Webster Alexander, mason, 4 St
Thomas
Weilbrenner Charles, 106 Queen
WEILBRENNER MAJOR
. JOSEPH,provinoial land surveyor,
106 Queen
Weilbrenner Heniy, 106 Queen
Wheeler E. J., wholesale hay, straw
and grain dealer, 22 Champlain, h do
Wheeler W. W., travelling agent for
The News and Frontier Advocate,
bds with Peter Dufiy, 18 Richelieu,
over News office
WHITE JOB,
cracker and biscuit
manufacturer. Boston crackers a
specialty. Goods delivered free to
all places throughout the country at
same prices that I see them at in St
Johns, 53 St James, h do
WIGHT & CO.
(Alexander
J. and
William J. Wight), chemists and
druggists, dealers in drugs, chemi-
cals, patent medicines, perfumery,
toilet articles, trusses, garden, feed
and flower seeds, soda water and
ginger ale, wholesale and retail, 68
Richelieu
Wight Alexander
J. (Wight & Co.), 93
Jacques Cartier, corner St James
WIGHT ROBERT H.,M.D.,
(Edin-
burgh, Scotland,) 93 Jacques Cartier
corner St James
Wight William J. (Wight & Co.), 93
Jacques Cartier, corner St James
WILKINSON GEORGE H ,
agent
Montreal Telegraph Co., National
Express Co., and United States a»d
Canada Express Co., 25 Richelieu,
h 106 Jacques Cartier
Wilkinson James, crate maker, 60 St
James
Willan Miss Maria, 91 Jacques Cartier
Williams John, professor of boxing,
bds at City Hotel, 18 and 20 Market
square
Wilson Richard, retired, 72 Champlain
Wilson Thomas, jun., clerk, 117 Riche-
lieu
Wilson Thomas, sen., dry goods and
millinery, 115 Richelieu, h 117 do
ST. JOENS' STREET GUIDE-
Albert, north and south, from proposed continuation of St Paul to Factory
Alexander, from St James, south
Allen, north and south, from proposed continuation of St Paul to Factory
Champlain, north and south, from St Joseph to the Barracks
Desalaberry, north and south, from northern limits to St Charles
Drolet, from St James, south
Duchene, north and south, from St Paul to St Charles
Factory, east and west, from St John to west limits
Grant, north and south, from north limits to Lemoine
Hermine, from St James, south
Jacques Cartier, north and south, from St Paul to south limits
LaEocque, from St James, south
Lemoine, east and west, from Eichelieu River to Jackwood's Creek
Little St Joseph, east and west, from Champlain to Grant
Longueuil, north and south, from Lemoine to St Charles
Market square, east and west, from Champlain to Jacques Cartier
Marchand, north and south, from proposed continuation of St Paul to Railway
Track
Queen, north and south, from St Louis to Lemoine
Richelieu, north and south, from between St Paul and St Thomas beyond
Lemoine
St Charles, east and west, from head of Jones' bridge to Jackwood's Creek
St George, east and west, from Richelieu River to Jackwood's Creek
St James, east and west, from Chambly Canal to west limits
St John, north and south, from St Paul to south limits
St Louis, east and west, from Champlain to west limits
St Paul, east and west, from Champlain to Jackwood's Creek
St Peter, north and south, from St Louis to Factory
St Thomas, east and west, from Richelieu to Jackwood's Creek
Victoria, east and west, from Champlain to Longueuil
West, north and south, from St James to Factory
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI
ADVERTISERS' AND SUBSCRIBERS' CLASSIFIED BUSINESS
DIRECTORY.
ADVOCATES.
BUCHANAN & BAKER, Sweetsburg,
See Card, page 116
BUTLER HOBART, M.A., Lower
Bedford. See Card, page 35
Cornell Edwin, Stanbridge East
Crother8 & DuUy, Bedford and Sweets-
burg
Forget A., Farnbam
Mailhot Marcel, Farnham
AGENTS, IN8UEANCE.
BAKER GEORGE D., Dunham. See
Adv page 59
Gough John H., Lower Bedford
Macfarlane William H., Cowansville
Spencer Elijah E., Frelighsburg
Stone A. M., North Stanbridge
Taber Curtis P., Farnham
Wales Orlin, East Dunham
AGKICULTUEAL IMPLEMENTS, MANUFAC-
TTTRERS OF.
BANFILL & VILAS, East Farnham,
See Adv page 12
Elder Peter, Farnham
KICE WINDSOR V., Riceburg Foun-
dry and Machine Shop. See Adv
facing title page
WALBRIDGE A. S., Mystic Iron
Works. See Adv facing inside front
cover
AGEICOLTUKAL SOUEETY.
Missisquoi Co. Agricultural Society,
George Sullej", sec.-treas., Lower
Bedford
AECHITECTS.
BELL JOHN J., Cowansville. See
Adv page 45
LAMBKIN P. k L
,
Riceburg. See
Adv facing inside back cover
AUCTI0NEE3.
Jasmin J. Bte., Farnham
BAILIFFS, STJPEEIOE COURT, DISTRICT OF
BEDFORD.
Galer George N. , Sweetsburg
Gordon William H., Stanbridge East
Jasmin J. Bte., Farnham
Lewis Herbert H., Dunham
Rolland J. T., Lower Bedford
Ruiter James, Cowansville
Stevenson William, Cowansville
BAKERS.
Briggs J. R., & Co., Stanbridge Bast
Corriveau Frank, jun., Frelighsburg
BANKER.
Baker John C, Stanbridge East
BANKS.
EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK,
Cowansville Branch, J. Mackinnon,
manager. See Adv page 45
EXCHANGE BANK OF CANADA,
Robert Terroux, jun., manager,
Lower Bedford. See Adv page 32
BIBLE SOCIETY.
Gear rev. Joshua, agent, Dunham
Oliver A., agent, Cowansville
BLACKSMITHS AND HORSESHOEES-
Coslett James, Lower Bedford
Cyr Moise, Lower Bedford
Elder Peter, Farnham
Hugron Eustache, Stanbridge Station
Laroeque Alfred, Stanbridge East
Magnant Alfred. Upper Bedford
Martel Eusebe, Farnham
Messier Michel, Frelighsburg
Noel E. A., Ciarenceville
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS.
Carpenter John H., Cowansville
Marvin George R., Frelighsburg
Massie John, sen. (school books),
Cowansville
Pierce F., & Co., Stanbridge East
BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS, CUSTOM.
Arpin Edouard, Farnham
Domingue Henry M., iJunbam
Giroux F. X., Upper Bedford
Langevin Norbert C, Cowansville
Miclette Joseph, Lower Bedford
Robert Charles, Stanbridge East
St John & Son, Ciarenceville
158 COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
JBarnee Ct. E., Mystic
B^langer Joseph, Farnham
BOIVIN CHARLES, Farnham. See
Adv page 1
1
Bouchard Arthur J., Upper Bedford
Bray William Moore, Sweelsburg
Briggs J. R., & Co., Stanbridge East
Buck h., & Son, East Farnham
Buzzell Brothers, Cowansville
Chatelle & Couture, Lower Bedford
Conner D., Upper Bedford
Coslett Edward, Lower Bedford
COUTURE JOSEPH, St Charles de
Stanbridge. See Adv page 103
Derick A. H., Clarenceville
Derick L. H., Noyan
Donahue W. & E., Farnham
Dyke H. N., Frelighsburg
England John T., Dunham
Gear rev. Joshua, Dunham
Guillet Damase, Dunham
Guillette Hyacinthe, Lower Bedford
Herlihy Patrick, Lower Bedford
Hutchins K. & R. F., East Farnham
Labont^ Noel V. D., Cowansville
Landrv Isaie. Stanbridge Station
LANDSBERG J., Frelighsburg and
Cowansville. See Adv outside front
cove?'
LAROSE M., Frelighsburg. See Adv
page 9
Lawrence Edwin F., Cowansville
Lequiu & Martel, Farnham
Loud J. W. & G. E., Farnham
Mansfield N. A., Cowansville
Oliver A., Cowansville
Scagel E. J., Stanbridge East
Senesac Bros., Stanbridge Station
SENESAC JACQUES, Stanbridge
Station. See Adv page 111
Smyth & MuUin, Cowansville
Valiquet & Co., Farnham
Vineberg L., Cowansville
BRIDGE BUILDER.
BELL JOHN J.. Cowansville. See
Adv page 45
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
BELL JOHN J., Cowansville. See
Adv page 45
LAMBKIN P. & L., Eiceburg. See
Adv facing inside back cover
Eied J. & J., St Charles de Stanbridge
Stephen Charles A., Dunham
Walker Comfort M., Upper Bedford
BUTCHERS.
Choquette J. E., Farnham
Labonty Frederick R., Frelighsburg
BUTTER TUBS, MANUFACTURER OF.
COWAN PEECIVAL L., Freeport
Mills, Cowansville. See Adv page^^l
BUTTER WORKER.
THE DAIRY MAN'S FAVORITE,
P. & L. Lambkin, manufacturerSj
Eiceburg. See Adv facing inside
back cover
CABINETMAKERS-
Grenier Samuel, Dunham
Leach J. L., Cowansville
CARDING AND SPINNING MILLS.
COUTURE JOSEPH, St Charles de
Stanbridge. See Adv page 103
Morison W. & A., Cowansville
STAEK MRS. A., Farnham
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
LANDSBERG J., Frelighsburg and
Cowansville. See Adv outside front
cover
CARRIAGE AND SLEIGH MAKERS.
Benoit Olivier, Frelighsburg
Bi-ewer Alfi-ed, Cowansville
Cyr Moise, Lower Bedford
Damoie Patrick K., Upper Bedford
Grenier Samuel, Dunham
Martel Eusebe, Farnham
Martel Ferdinand, East Dunham
Noel E. A., Clarenceville
Struthers James, Clarenceville
Whitcomb L. S., Dunham
CHEESE BOXES, MANUFACTURER OF.
COWAN PERCIYAL L., Freeport
Mills, Cowansville. See Adv page 47
CHEESE FACTORIES.
Pioneer Cheese Factory, A. E. Bockus,
proprietor, Mj^stic
Scott Franklin E., Scottsmore
CHEESE FACTORY FITTINGS, MANUFAC-
TURER OF.
WALBRIDGE A. S., Mystic Iron
works. See Adv page 3
CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.
Carpenter John H., Cowansville
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
159
Pierce F., & Co.. Stanbrid^e East
Eowell Elijah. M.D..
Frelighsburg
Saunders F. C, Lower Bedford
Valiquet & Co., Farnham
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, MANUrACTURER OF,
EICE WINDSOR v., Riceburg Foun-
dry and Machine Shop. See Adv
facing title page
CIVIL ENGINEER.
BATCHELLER A. A., B.A.S., Lower
Bedford. See Adv page 32
CLAPBOARDS, LATH, &C., DEALER IN-
SELBY B,, Stanbridgo Station. See
Adv page 111
CLERK OF THE CROWN AND PEACE DIS-
TRICT OF BEDFORD.
Hall Frederick T., Sweetsburg
CLERGYMEN AND CHURCHES.
See Jliscellajieous Directory.
COAL DEALER.
Quackenboss William, Cowansville
COLLECTORS.
Jasmin J. Bte., Farnham
Labelle J., St Charles de Stanbridge
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
LAMOUEEUX J. A., Stanbridge Sta-
tion. See Adv page 12
CONFECTIONERS.
LAEOSE M., Frelighsburg. See Adv
page 9
Marvin George E., Frelighsburg
Mountain Joseph, Sweetsburg
COCNCILS,COTINTY, TOWNSHIP AND PARISH
See Jliscellaneous Directory
COUNTRY PRODUCE, DEALERS IN.
Boright Curtis S., Sweetsburg
Grigor Richard R., Cowansville
COURTS.
See Miscellaneous Directory
CEOCKEEY AND GLASSWARE.
Belanger Joseph, Farnham
Buck L., & Son, Ea.st Farnham
Buzzell Brothers, Cowansville
!
Chatelle & Couture, Lower Bedford
COUTURE
JOSEPH, St Charles de
Stanbridge.
See Adv page 103
Derick A. H., Cl-.irenceville
Derick L. H., Nojan
Donahue W. & E.. Farnham
Dj-ke H. N., Frelighsburg
England John T.,
Dunham
Gleason H. E., Cowansville
Guillet Damase, Dunham
Guillette H^-acinthe, Lower Bedford
Herlihy Patrick, Lower Bedford
Landry Isaie, Stanbridge Station
LANDSBEEG J..
Frelighsburg and
Cowansville. See Adv outside front
cover
Lequin & >Lartel. Farnham
Loud J. W. & G. E., Farnham
Mansfield N. A., Cowansville
Quackenboss William, Cowansville
Eeynolds Frederick S.,
Frelighsburg
Scagel E. J., Stanbridge East
Senesac Bros., Stanbridge Station
SEXESAC JACQUES,
Stanbridge
Station. See Adv page 111
Valiquet & Co., Farnham
CUSTOM HOUSE AGENT.
Burnell L. G., St Armand Station
CUSTOMS, COLLECTORS OF.
Bourret E. A., St Armand Station
Parker Frederick J., Frelighsburg
Pattison William Mead, Clarenceville
DRESSMAKER.
Mullin Mrs. George, Farnham
DRY GOODS.
Barnes G. E., Mystic
Belanger Joseph, Farnham
Bouchard Arthur J., Upper Bedford
Buck L., & Son, East Farnham
Chatelle & Couture. Lower Bedford
Conner D., Upper Bedford
Coslett Edward. Lower Bedl^ord
COUTURE JOSEPH. St Charles de
Stanbridge. See Adv page 103
Derick A. H., Clarenceville
Deriek L. H.. Xoyan
Donahue W. & E., Farnham
Dyke H. N., Frelighsburg
England .Tohn T., Dunham
Gleason H. E., Cowansville
Guillet Damase, Dunham
Guillette Hyacinthe, Lower Bedford
Herlihy Patrick. I-ower Bedford
Hutchins E. & R. F., East Farnham
160
COUNTY OP MISSISQFOI BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Landry Isaie, Stanbridge Station
LANDSBERG J.,
Frelighsburg and
Co^ansville. See Adv outside front
cover
Lawrence Edwin E., Cowansville
Lequin & Martel, Farnham
Lortie Edward, Frelighsburg
Loud J. W. & G. E., Farnhara
Mansfield N. A., Cowansville
Mills J. N., Mystie
Oliver A., Cowansville
Reynolds Frederick S., Frelighsburg
Scagel E. J., Stanbridge East
Senesac Bros., Stanbridge Station
SENESAC JACQUES, Stanbridge
Station. See Adv page 111
Smyth & Mullin, Cowansville
Yaliquet & Co., Farnham
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.
Bedford Academy, Hobart Butler,
M.A,, advocate, principal
College of West Farnham, rev. G. A.
Dion, C.S.C., superior
Convent of the Sisters of the Presenta-
tion of Mary, Sister of the Holy
Ghost, directress, Farnham
Dunham Graded School, John J. Proc-
ter, principal
Free School for boys, under the care
of the Sisters of the Grey Nunnery,
Farnham
Free School for girls, under the care
of the Sisters of the Presentation of
Mary, Farnham
Frelighsburg Grammar School, Henry
Curtis, principal
Missipquoi High School (Church of
England), Sweetsburg. Visitor, the
Lord Bishop of Montreal ; rector, the
rev. T. W. Fyles
Philipsburg Model School, Robert B.
Struthers, principal
Stanbridge Academ}*, Stanbridge East,
John C. Baker, secretary-treasurer
THE DUNHAM LADIES COLLEGE,
Mrs. W. D. Oakley, lady principal.
See inside iixside front cover
West Farnham Academy, under the
care of the Brothers of the Holy
Cross
ENGINEERS.
RICE WINDSOR V., Riceburg Foun-
dry and Machine shop. See Adv
facing title page
WALBRIDGE A. S., Mystic Iron
"Works. See Adv page 3
EXPRESS COMPANY.
United States and Canada Express Co.
Burnell L. G., agent, St Armand
Station
Cleveland Arthur, 0. agent, Cowans-
ville
Hibbard Wm. L., agent, Farnham
FANCY GOODS.
Boright Mrs, Curtis S., Sweetsburg
HULL 0. N., Cowansville. See Adv
page 49
Marvin George R., Frelighsburg
Massie John, sen., Cowansville
FIRE ENGINES, MANUFACTURER OF.
WALBRIDGE A. S., Mystic Iron
Works. See Adv page 3
FLOUR AND GRIST MILLS.
Cornell Edwin, Stanbridge East
COUTURE JOSEPH, St Charles de
Stanbridge. See Adv page 103
Nesbitt G. "K., Cowansville and Fre-
lighsburg
Rice Martin, Riceburg Grist Mill
FLOUR, GRAIN, &c.
Gleason H. E., Cowansville
Grigor Richai-d R., Cowansville
Nesbitt G. K., Cowansville
SELBY B., Stanbridge Station. See
Adv page 111
FOUNDRIES.
Horskin Horatio, Upper Bedford
RICE WINDSOR V., Riceburg Foun-
dry and Machine Shop. See Adv
facing title page
WALBRIDGE A. S., Mystic Iron
Works. See Adv page 3
FURNITURE.
LAMBKIN P. & L., Riceburg. See
Adv facing
inside back cover
Leach J. L., Cowansville
Robertson D. D., Dunham
Sloggett Thomas, Cowansville
Smith J. R., Farnham
Tasker Ransom D., Clarenceville
Whitcomb N. L., Dunham
COUNTY OF 3IISSISQU0I BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 161
FIJBS.
LANDSBERG J.,
Frelighsburg and
Cowansville. See Adv outside front
cover
GARDEN VASES, MANUFACTDREE OF-
Horskin Horaiio, Upper Bedford
GENERAL MERCHANTS.
Belanger Joseph, Farnham
Bouchard Arthur J., Upper Bedford
Briggs J. R., & Co., Stan bridge East
Buck L., & Son, East Farnham
Chatelle & Couture, Lower Bedford
Conner D., Upper Bedford
Coslett Edward, Lower Bedford
COUTURE JOSKPH. St Charles de
Stanbridge. See Adv page 103
Derick A. H., Clarenceville
Derick L. H., Noyan
Donahue W. k, E., Farnham
England John T., Dunham
Gear rev. Joshua, Dunham
Gleason H. E., Cowansville
Guillet Damase, Dunham
Guillette Hjacinthe, Lower Bedford
Herlihy Patrick, Lower Bedford
Hutchins R. & R. F., East Farnham
Landry Isaie, Stanbridge Station
LANDSBERG J., Frelighsburg and
Cowansville. See Adv outside front
cover
Lawrence Edwin E., Cowansville
Lequin & Martel, Farnham
Loud J. W. & G. E., Farnham
Mansfield N. A., Cowansville
Oliver A., Cowansville
Scagel E. J., Stanbridge East
Senesac Bros., Stanbridge Station
SENESAC JACQUES, Stanbridge
Station. See Adv page 111
Valiquet & Co., Farnham
GRANITE IRONWARE.
Hatch D. W., agent, Lower Bedford
GROCERS AND PROVISION DEALERS.
Barnes G. E., Mystic
Belanger Joseph, Farnham
Boright Curtis S., Sweetsburg
Bouchard Arthur J., Upper Bedford
Briggs J. E., & Co., Stanbridge East
Buck L., & Son, East Farnham
Buzzell Brothers,
Cowansville
Car James I., Philipsburg
Chatelle
& Couture, Lower Bedford
Conner D., Upper Bedford
Coslett Edward, Lower Bedford
COUTURE JOSEPH, St Charles de
Stanbridge. See Adv page 103
Derick A. H., Clarenceville
Derick L. H., Noyan
Donahue W. & E., Farnliam
Dyke H. N., Frelighsburg
England John T., Dunham
Gear rev. Joshua, Dunham
Gleason H. E., Cowansville
Guillet Damase, Dunham
Guillette Hyacinthe, Lower Bedford
Hanigan William, Malmaison (Des
Rivieres Station)
Herlihy Patrick, Lower Bedford
Hope S. P.. Frelighsburg
Hutchins R. & R. F., East Farnham
Landry Isaie, Stanbridge Station
LAXDSBEUG J.,
Frelighsburg and
Cowansville. See Adv outside front
caver
LAROSE M., Frelighsburg. See Adv
page
9"
Larue Raphael, Upper Bedford
Lawrence Edwin E., Cowansville
Lequin & Martel, Farnham
Lortie Edward, Frelighsburg
Loud J. W. & G. E., Farnham
Mansfield N. A., Cowansville
Martin Charles M., Lower Bedfoi'd
Marvin George R., Frelighsburg
Mills J. N., Mystic
MuUin George, Farnham
Oliver A
,
Cowansville
Pierce F., & Co., Stanbridge East
Quackenboss William, Cowansville
Scagel £. J., Stanbridge East
Senesac Bros., Stanbridtre Station
SENESAC J ACQUITS, Stanbridge
Station. See Adv page 111
Valiquet & Co., Farnham
Vineberg L., Cowansville
GUNS, REVOLVERS, &C.
LAROSE M., Frelighsburg. See Adv
page 9
HAIR DRESSERS.
Henrichon Joseph, Farnham
Martel Louis, Lower Bedford
Mountain Joseph, Sweetsburg
Silvaint Augustus, Cowansville
HAMES, MANOFACTUEER OF.
Streeter George R., Sweetsburg
162 COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
HARDWARE.
Barnes G. E., Mystic
Bouchard Arthur J., Upper Bedford
Buck L., & Son, East Farnham
Conner I)., Upper Bedford
Coslett Edward, Lower Bedford
COUTUEE JOSEPH, St Charles de
Stanbridge. See Adv page 103
Donahue TV. & E., Farnham
Gear rev. Joshua, Dunham
Gleason H. E., Cowansville
Herlihy Patrick, Lower Bedford
Hutchins R. & K F., East Farnham
Lequin & Martel, Farnham
Loud J. W. & G. E., Farnham
Lawrence Edwin E., Cowansville
Mansfield N. A., Cowansfield
Pierce F., & Co., Stanbridge East
Quackenboss William, Cowansfield
Eeynolds Frederick S., Frelighsburg
Scagel E. J., Stanbridge East
Senesac Bros., Stanbridge Station
SENESAC JACQUES, Stanbridge
Station. See Adv page 111
Valiquet & Co., Farnham
HARNESS HARDWARE.
Buzzell Brothers, Cowansville
HATS AND CAPS.
Belanger Joseph, Farnham
Bouchard Arthur J., Upper Bedford
Briggs J. E., & Co., Stanbridge East
Buck L., & Son, East Farnham
COUTUKE JOSEPH, St Charles de
Stanbridge. See Adv page 103
Derick A. H., Clarenceville
Derick L. H., Noyan
Donahue W. & E., Farnham
England John T., Dunham
Gear rev. Joshua, Dunham
Guillet Damase, Dunham
Herlihy Patrick, Lower Bedford
Hutchins B. & R. F., East Farnham
Landry Lsaie, Stanbridge Station
LANDSBERG
J., Frelighsburg and
Cowansville. See Adv outside front
cover
Lawrence Edwin E., Cowansville
Lequin & Martel, Farnham
Lortio Edward, Frelighsburg
Loud J. W. & G. E., Farnham
Mansfield N. A., Cowansville
Scagel E. J., Stanbridge East
Senesac Bros., Stanbridge Station
SENESAC JACQUES, Stanbridge Sta-
tion. See Adv page 111
Valiquet & Co., Farnham
HEMLOCK BARK, WHOLESALE-
Mullin George, Farnham
Taber Curtis P., Farnham
HOSPITAL.
Hospice Ste Elizabeth, Sister Dub^,
directress, Farnham
HOTELS AND PROPRIETORS.
American House, J. H. Park, proprie-
tor, Dunham
AMERICAN HOUSE, L. N. Collier,
proprietor, Farnham
American House, Mrs. E. M. Martin-
dale, proprietress, Cowansville
Cowansville House, Jonas Rooney,
proprietor, Cowansville
Exchange Hotel, B. Minckler, pro-
prietor, Cowansville
Farnham Hotel, A. Tarte, proprietor,
Farnham
International Hotel, Hiram Martin,
proprietor, Frelighsburg
Martin's Hotel (now Lafleur's), Aaron
R. Martin, proprietor (from May
Ist, 1880),
Stanbridge Station
Martin's Hotel, Aaron E. Martin, pro-
prietor, Farnham
Phoenix House, Hiram Seeley, pro-
prietor, Dunham
Shelters' Hotel, N. L. Peletier, pro-
prietor, St Armand Station
Sweetsburg House, C. Lappin, pro-
prietor, Sweetsburg
UiSlON HOUSE, Louis Labonty, pro-
prietor. Lower Bedford. See Adv
page 35
WE&T FARNHAM HOUSE, Norbert
Eobidoux, proprietor, Farnham. See
Adv page 12
INSURANCE COMPANIES AND AGENTS.
Canada Fire and Marine Insurance
Co. of Hamilton
Cowansville, William H. Macfarlane
Lower Bedford, John H. Gough
Farnham, Curtis P. Taber
Citizens' Fii-c, Life. Accident and Guar-
antee Insurance Co. of Canada, head
office Montreal
Lower Bedford, John H. Gough
COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 163-
Dominion Fire and Marine Insurance
Co. of Hamilton
Lower Bedford, John H. Gough
Farnham, Curtis P. Taber
Eastern Townships Mutual Fire In-
surance Co.
Cowansville. John Massie, jun.
Farnham, Curtis P. Taber
Hochelaga Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
of Mon treal
Lower Bedford, John H. Gough
Missisquoi and Eouville Mutual Fire
Insurance Co., head office Philips-
burg
Dunham, George D. ^Baker, vice-pre-
sident
East Dunham, Orlin Wales
Frelighsburg, Elijah E. Spencer
Lower Bedford, Edward Coslett
Philipsburg, C. E. Cheesmaii, presi-
dent; A. D. Struthers, secretary-trea-
surer
Upper Bedford, Nye C. Martin
Farnham, Curtis P. Taber
National Fire Insurance Co. of Mont-
real
Farnham, Curtis P. Taber
Stanstead and Sherbrooke Mutual Fire
Insurance Co.
Cowansville, William H. Macfarlane
Farnham, Curtis P. Taber
North Stanbridge, A. M. Stone
Sun Mutual Life and Accident Insur-
ance Co. of 3Iontreal
Cowansville, William H. Macfarlane
Lower Bedford, John H. Gough
Travellers' Life and Accident Insur-
ance Co. of Hartford
Farnham, Curtis P. Taber
The Koyal Insurance Co. of Liverpool
(Fire Branch)
Cowansville, William H. Macfarlane
JAIL.
Sweetsburg Jail, Norman "Vincent,
jailer
LIME MANUFACTURER.
Leduc Avila, Bedford
LIQUORS AND WINES.
Herlihy Patrick, Lower Bedford
Peletier N. L., St Armand Station
BOBIDOUX NORBERT, Farnham.
See Adv page 12
SENESAG JACQUES, Stanbridge
Station. See Advpage 111
LIVERY.
Clark Samuel
0., Clarenceville
COLLIER L. N., Farnham
Lappin C, Sweetsburg
Martin Hiram, Frelighsburg
Minckler B., Cowansville
ROBIDOUX NORBERT, Farnham.
See Adv page 12
Rooney Jonas, Cowansville
Shelters Anson, St Armand Station
TurnbuU William, Stanbridge Station
LUMBER MERCHANT.
COWAN PERCIVAL L., Freeport
Mills, Cowansville. See Advpage 4^
MACHINISTS.
Horskin Horatio. Upper Bedford
RICE WINDSOR V., Riceburg Foun-
dry and Machine Shop. See Adv
facing title page
WALBEIDGE A. S., Mystic Iron
Works. See Adv page 3
MARBLE WORKS.
BEDFORD MARBLE WORKS, N-
B. Joubert, proprietor. See Adv
page 11
STANBRIDGE STATION MARBLE
WORKS, Charles H. Robinson, pro-
prietor. See Adv page 111
MASON.
Chartier J. Bte., Farnham
MILLINER AND DRESSMAKER.
Galer Mrs. George N., Sweetsburg
MILLINERS AND MILLINERY GOODS.
Barney Mrs. Raymond, Lower Bed-
ford
Boright Mrs. Curtis S., Sweetsburg
Dyke Mrs. H. N., Frelighsburg
Hemphill Mrs. George, Cowansville
Mullin Mrs. George, Farnham
MOP HANDLES, MANUFACTURER OF.
Streeter George E., Sweetsburg
MUNICIPALITIES, SECRETARY-TREAS-
URERS AND POST OFFICE ADDRESSES.
Cowansville Village, William Steven-
son, Cowansville
Dunham Township, H. S. Lee, Dun-
ham
164 COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Dunham Tillage, George D. Baker,
Dunham
Farnham Town, Simeon Noiseux,
Farnham
Frelighsburg Village, George R.
Marvin, Frelighsburg
Notre Dame des Anges Parish, Jean
B. Simard, Malmaisou
Philipsburg Village, D. T. R. Nye,
Philipsburg
Stan bridge Township, George Sulley,
Lower Bedford
Sweetsburg Village, Albert E. Mit-
chell, Sweetsburg
St Armand East Parish, Elijah E.
Spencer, Frelighsburg
St Armand West Parish, F. H. Throop,
St Armand Station
St George de Clarenceville Pai-ish,
William Henry Colton, Clarence-
ville
St Thomas de Foucault Parish, L. H.
Derick, Noyan
West Farnham Parish, C. U. Dufresne,
Farnham
MTI8IC, VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL, PRO-
FESSOR OF.
Macfarlane William H., Cowansville
NEWSPAPERS-
BEDFOBD TIMES, weekly, A. L.
Lance, editor, Lower Bedford. See
Advpage 29
THE COWANSVILLE OBSERVER,
weekly, John Maesie, jun., editor
and proprietor. See Adv page 53
NOTARIES.
Beriau Pierre, Farnham
Labelle J., St Charles de Stanbridge
McGregor J. M., Stanbridge East
Noiseux Simeon, Farnham
OrFICIAL ASSIGNEES. DISTRICT OF BED-
FORD.
Cowan Peter, office Sweet8burg,reside8
Cowansvilie
Noiseux Simeon, Farnham
OYSTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Labonty Frederick R. (and fish),
Frelighsburg
Mountain Josej^h, Sweetsburg
Mullin George, Farnham
PAINTERS, HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNA-
MENTAL.
De Valence Louis Ferdinand, Lower
Bedford
Dion Ralph, Upper Bedford
Dodgson B. R. (house), Cowansville
PAINTS, OILS, &c.
Buck L., & Son, East Farnham
Buzzell Brothers, Cowansville
Coslett Edward, Lower Bedford
COUTURE JOSEPH, St Charles de
Stanbridge. See Adv page 103
Derick L. H., Noyan
Donahue W. & E., Farnham
Gleason H. E., Cowansville
Hutchins R. & R. F., East Farnham
LANDSBERG J.. Frelighsburg and
Cowansville. See Adv outside front
cover
Lawrence Edwin E., Cowansville
Lequin & Martel, Farnham
Loud J. W. & G. E., Farnham
Pierce F., & Co., Stanbridge East
Reynolds Frederick S., Frelighsburg
Senesac Bros., Stanbridge Station
SENESAC JACQUES, Stanbridge
Station. See Adv page 111
PATENT RIGHT SOLICITOR.
Bulman J. D., Sweetsburg
PELTS, CALFSKINS AND HIDES, DEALER IN.
Labonty Frederick R., Frelighsburg
PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, &o.
Carpenter John H. , Cowansville
Mountain Joseph, Sweetsburg
Pierce F., & Co., Stanbridge East
Powell Elijah, M.D., Frelighsburg
Saunders F. C., Lower Bedford
Valiquet & Co., Farnham
PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTISTS.
Barney Raymond, Lower Bedford
Jackson John, Cowansville
Kinehan Bros., Farnham
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Brigham J. S., Philipsburg
Chamberlin Joshua, Frelighsburg
Cotton Cedric L., CowansvilU
Couillard Pierre L., Farnham
Gibson J.
B., Dunham
Gibson W. B., Dunham
Jeannotte J. Adhemar, Farnham
Letourneau J. A., Lower Bedford
COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 165-
Rowell Elijah, Frelighsburg
Smith Norman A., Frelighsburg
Valiquet Jean B., Farnham
Young Philip R., Clai-enceville
PIANO AND OEGAN AO£NT.
Bjtrriere Solyme, J'arnham
PICTURE FRAMERS.
Leach J. L., Cowansville
Whitcomb L. S., Dunham
PLANING MACHINES, MANUFACTURERS OF.
RICE WINDSOR V., Ricoburg. See
Adv facing title page
WALBRIDGE A. S., Mystic Iron
Worki. See Adv page 3
PLANING MILLS.
COUTURE JOSEPH. St Charles de
Stan bridge. See Adv page 103
Douglas & Rolland, Lower Bedford
Whitcomb N. L., Dunham
PRINTERS, BOOK AND JOB.
LANCE A, L., Bedford Times office,
Lower Bedford. See Adv page 29
MASSIE JOHN, JUN., the Cowans-
ville Observer office, Cowansville.
See Adv page 53
IPROTHONOTAEY, SUPERIOR COURT.
Hall Frederick T., Sweetsburg
PROVINCIAL LAND 6URVEY0BS.
Batcheller A. A., B.A.
S., Lower Bed-
ford. See Adv page 32
Corey Lindol, Stanbridge Ridge
PUMPS.
SOUTHWELL H.
C. (Charles L.
Browne, manager), Dunham. Set
Adv page 59
RAILWAYS AND AGENIS.
Central Vermont Railway, St Armand
Station, L. G. Burnell ; Farnham,
Wm. L. Hibbard
Montreal, Portland and Boston Rail-
way, Farnham, F. X. Demers
South Eastern Railway, Cowansville,
Arthur O. Cleveland
;
Sweetsburg,
C. H. Boright; Farnham, F. X. De-
mers
Montreal, Sherfford and Chambly Rail-
way, Farnham, Wm. L. Hibbard
READY MADE CLOTHING.
Buck L., & Son, East Farnham
Derick A. H., Clarenceville
Derick L. H., Noyan
Hutchins R. & E. F., East Farnham
LANDSBERG J., Frelighsburg and
Cowansville. See Adv outside front
cover
Lawrence Edwin E., Cowansville
Smyth & Mull in, Cowansville
Vineberg ]j., Cowansville
REGISTRY OFFICE, MISSISQUOI CO.
Richard Dickinson, N.P., and Louis
Joseph Demers, joint registrar,
Lower Bedford
ROOFERS.
Blanchet J. Bte., Farnham
Booth F. C, Cowansville
MORRISON WM. A., Frelighsburg.
See Adv page 9
Pagnello II., Dunham
SOUTHWELL H. C. (Charles L.
Browne, Manager), Dunham. See.
Adv page 59
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKERS.
Cabana J. B., Dunham
Gough Bros., Lower Bedford
Hemphill George, Cowansville
Labonte Noel V. D., Cowansville
McFee Albert, Clarenceville
Robert Philip, Stanbridge East
Ross Henry L., Upper Bedford
Seaton James H., Lower Bedford
SAP BUCKETS, MANUFACTURERS OF.
COWAN PERCIVAL L., Freepori
Mills, Cowansville. See Adv page 47
MORRISON WM. A. (Spencer'*
Patent), Frelighsburg. See Adv
page 9
SAP EVAPORATOR (CRIMPED).
MORRISON WM. A. (Morrison's
Patent), Frelighsburg, See Adv
page 9
SAP HEATER.
MORRISON WM. A. (Morrisons' Pa-
tent), Frelighsburg. See Adv page 9
SASH. DOOR AND BLIND FACTORIES.
Buck Cortez, East Farnham
Douglas & Rolland, Lower Bedford
LAxAlBKIN P. & L., Riceburg. See
Adv facing inside hack cover
W^hitcomb N. L., Dunham
166 COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
SAW MILLS.
Bedard Peter, Upper Bedford
€OUTUEE JOSEPH, St Charles de
Stanbridge. See Adv page 103
SCHOOL C0UMISSI0NEB8-
See Miscellaneous Directory.
SEWING MACHINE AGENT.
Barri^re Soljme, Farnhara
SHEKIFF, DISTEICT OF BEDFOED.
Cowan Peter, Sweetsburg
SHINGLE MACHINES, MANUFACTUREE OF.
BICE WINDSOR v., Eiceburg Foun-
dry and Machine Shop, i^ee Adv
facing title page
SHOE MAKERS' FINDINGS-
BOIVIN CHARLES, Farnham. See
Adv page 1
1
Buzzell Brothers, Cowansville
Pierce F., & Co., Stanbridge East
SOCIETIES.
See Miscellaneous Directory.
STAGE PROPRIETORS.
(For Stage Routes see Miscellaneous Di-
rectory)
Clark Samuel 0., Clarenceville
Pickle Edward, Sweetsburg
Shelters An.son, St Armand Station
Turnbull William, Stanbridge Station
STATIONER.
Saunders F. C, Lower Bedford
STEAM ENGINES, &c., MANUFACTURER OF.
WALBRIDGE A. S., Mjetic Iron
Works. ,See Adv page 3
STOVES, MANUFACTURER OF.
Horskin Horatio, Upper Bedford
STOVES AND TINWARE.
Blanchet J. Bte., Farnham
Booth F. C, Cowansville
Derick A. H., Clarenceville
MORRISON WM. A., Frelighsburg.
See Adv page 9
Pagnello H., Dunham
Rouse E. B., Lower Bedford
SOUTHWELL H. C, Charles L.
Browne, manager, Dunham. See
Adv page 59
SURGEON DENTIST,
LAUDER J., L.D.S., D.D.S., Cowans-
ville. See cardpage 49
TAILORS, CUSTOM.
Beauchemin Hubert, Lower Bedford
Beck Alexander, L^pper Bedford
Besse (reorge, Fielighsburg
Bessette J. B., Farnham
Dajjuis Maximillian, Lower Bedford
MAECOUX CLKOPHAS, Stanbridge
Station. See Adv page 11
Milotte Charles, Cowansville
Paradis Moise, Farnham
Smith A., Dunham
St Pierre B., Farnham
TAILOR, MERCHANT.
Conner D,, Upper Bedford
TANNERIES.
DesRoches Dosithee, Sweetsburg
Dunn Bros., Stanbridge East
DLI]NNINGORRIX S., Dunham. See
Adv page 59
Martin &Alcombrack, Upper Bedford
Welch & Hall, Frelighsburg and Stan-
bridge East
TELEGRAPH COMPANIES AND AGENTS-
DOMINION TELEGRAPH CO.
Lower Bedford, F. C. Saunders
MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO.
Cowansville Station, Arthur 0. Cleve-
land
Cowansville, John Massie, jun
East Farnham, Eollin F. Hutching
Farnham, F. X. Demers
Philipsburg, Frederick J. Parker
St Armand Station, L. G. Burnell
Sweetsburg, Curtis C. Boright
TOBACCONISTS.
LAROSE M., Frelighsburg. See Adv
page 9
Marvin George R., Frelighsburg
UNDERTAKERS.
Benoit Olivier, Frelighsburg
Grenier Samuel, Dunham
LAMBKIN P. & L., Riceburg. See
Adv facing inside hack cover
Sloggett Thomas, Cowansville
Smith J. R., Farnham
Tasker Ransom D., Clarenceville
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
1G7
WALL PAPEE.
Buck L., & Son, East Farnham
COUTURE JOSEPH., St Charles de
Stanbridge. See Adv page 103
Donahue W. & E., Farnham
Gleason H. E., Cowansville
LANDSBERG J., Frelighsburg and
Cowansville. See Adv outside front
cover
Lawrence Edwin E., Cowansville
Lequin & Martel, Farnham
Lortie Edward, Frelighsburg
Loud J. W. & G. E., Farnham
Pierce F., & Co., Stanbridge East
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLEBS.
Bulman J. D., Sweetsburg
Hatch D. W. (agent), Lower Bedford
HULL O. N., Cowansville.
See Adv
page 49
Kinehan Bros., Farnham
LAROSE M., Frelighsburg.
See Adv
page 9
Wingatc Hiram, Lower Bedfonl
WATER WHEEL, MANUFACTUEER OF.
RICE WINDSOR V. (the Ring
Water Wheel), Riceburg Foundry
and Machine shop. See Adv facing
title page
WOOLLEN MILLS.
COUTURE JOSEPH, St Charles de
Stanbridge. See Adv page 103
Morison W. & A., Cowansville
STARK MRS. A., Farnham
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS
SUBSCKIBEES' AXD ADVEETISERS' CLASSIFIED BUSINESS
DIRECTOEY.
ADVOCATES.
Carreau & Bernier, 69 Jacques Cartier
Girard A. D., 108 Champlain
Guillot Etienne Iren^e, 33 St Charles
Lorrain Leon, 2 Market square
Macdonald & Loupret, 27 Richelieu
Messier J. S., 72 Jacques Cartier cor-
ner St Charles
Paradis E. Z., 88 Jacques Cartier
AGENTS, INSUEANCE.
COOTE WILLIAM, 2^St James. See
Adv page 131
O'CAIN JAMES, 1 St George. See
Adv page 149
ASSIGNEE, OFFICIAL.
COOTE WILLlAxM, 2 St James. See
Adv page 131
BANKERS, PRIVATE.
Arpin Charles, 71 Richelieu
Black J. & H., 6 St James
Macdonald Duncan, 100 Jacques
Cartier
Macdonald Edward C, lUO Jacques
Cartier
BANKS.
LA BANQUE DE ST JEAN, Louis
Molleur, jun., president ; Ph. Bau-
douin, cashier, 86 Richelieu. See
Adv page 123
Merchants Bank of Canada, St Johns
Branch, W. Lake Marler, manager,
29 Eichelieu
BAR IRON AND STEEL.
Langelier & Decelles, Langelier Block,
50 and 52 Richelieu
BERLIN AND OTHER WOOLS-
ARPIN ELOUARD, 36 Eichelieu.
See Adv page 123
Dewar Mrs. A., 92 Richelieu
BILLIARD ROOM.
Castelletti A., 37, 39 and 41 Richelieu
BISCUIT AND CRACKER MANUFACTURERS.
Dewar Mrs. A., 92 Richelieu
White Job, 53 St James
BLACKSMITHS.
Barcelow Toussaint, 105 Champlain
Catudal Edouard, 64 St James
Ethier L. N., 96 Champlain
BOATS, FISHING TACKLE AND GUNS.
ARPIX EDOUARD (for sale or
rent), 36 Richelieu. See Adv page 123
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS.
ARPIN EDOUARD, 36 Richelieu.
See Adv page 123
BOURGUIGNON ISAAC, 2 Market
square. See Adv page 143
BOOT AND SHOE STORES-
Boucher Charles, 68 Eichelieu
COUSINEAU LOUIS, 10^ St James.
See Adv page 1
Morin O., 40 Richelieu
Paquin Oliver, 77 Richelieu
BOOTS AND SHOES, WHOLESALE MANUFAC-
TURERS OF.
COTE, ARPIN, & CO., St James
BROKERS, CUSTOM HOUSE AND COMMIS-
SION-
BISSETT JAS. (e-state of the late),
John Donaghj, manager, 13, 15 and
17 Eichelieu. See Adv page 125
O'CAIN JAMES (custom house), 1
St George. See Adv page 149
BUILDER.
Morin Edouard, 20 Albert
BUILDING SOCIETY.
La Soci^te Permanente de Construc-
tion du District d'Iberville, Edouard
L'Ecuyer, secretary-treasurer, 69
Jacques Cartier
CABINET MAKERS-
CHAGNON O., 53 Eichelieu. See
Adv page 129
Dupree George N., 40 St Charles
GILLESPIE & CO., 119 Richelieu.
See Adv page 4
.CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
Dupree George N., 40 St Charles
Morin Edouard, 20 Albert
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 169
CARKIAGE MAKERS.
Catudal Edouard, 64 St James
Trahan Joseph D., 141 St James
CHAMBLY CANAL TOLL OFFICE.
QuesnelJules, sen., collector, 94 Cham-
plain
CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.
La Rocque H., 109 Richelieu
Wight & Co., 68 Richelieu
CIGAR MANUFACTURERS.
St Johns Cigar Manufactory, 159
and 161 Eichelieu
CIRCUIT COURT, DISTRICT OF IBERVILLE.
Charland & Marchand, joint clerk,
Court House, 44 St Charles
CLERK OF THE CROWN, DISTRICT OF IBER
VILLE.
Charland & Marchand, Court House,
44 St Charles
CLERK OF THE PEACE, DISTRICT OF IBER-
VILLE.
Charland & Marchand, Court House,
44 St Charles
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS.
BISSETT JAS. (estate of the late),
John Donaghy, manager,
13, 15 and
17 Richelieu. See Adv page 125
O'CAIN JAMES, 1 St George. See
Adv page 149
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
MACPHERSON JAS.,
4^ St James.
See Adv page 5
CONFECTIONERS, WHOLESALE AND RE-
TAIL-
Dewar Mrs. A., 92 Richelieu
DUNxN & MAGUIRE, 175 Richelieu.
See Adv page 8
Goold R., & Co., 45 Richelieu
CONTRACTOR.
Morin Edouard, 20 Albert
COUNTY PRODUCE, WHOLESALE AND RE-
TAIL.
Bertrand A., & Co., 78 St John
Huot Godfroy, 9 Market square
CROCKERY, GLASSWi^EE, &c.
Duval L., 15 Market square
Moss John P., 14 Market square
CUSTOM HOUSE.
Phillips E. D., collector of customs, 23
Richelieu
DRY GOODS, FANCY AND STAPLE.
BROSSEAU W., 83 Richelieu. See
Adv page 5
Davignon & Brother, 82 Richelieu
Gervais C. O., 107 Richelieu
Langelier & Decelles, Langelier Block,
50 and 52 Richelieu
LaRocque & Bourke, 113 Richelieu
Lefebvre Olivier, 118 Richelieu
LOMME JOSEPH A
,
126 and 128
Richelieu. See Adv page 125
McNulty J. E., 141 Richelieu
Monast Tancrede D., 80 Richelieu
Moss John P., 14 Market square
DRY GOODS, WHOLESALE.
MOLLEUR J. E., 147 Richelieu. See
Adv page 5
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.
Convent of the Congregation of Notre
Dame, sister St Philippe de Nery, su-
perioress, 54 Grant
St Johns Commercial Academ}^, Bro-
ther Maximillian, director; Brother
Placidius, sub-director, 69 and 71 St
James
St Johns High School, W. A. Stevens,
principal, St George corner Jacques
Cartier
St Johns Infant School, under tho
direction of the Grey Nuns
EGG DEALER, WHOLESALE.
Huot Godfroy, 9 Market square
ENGINEERS.
DUPLESSIS E., & BEG., 68 Grant.
See Adv page 10
EXPRESS COMPANIES.
JSational Express Co., George
H. Wil-
kinson, agent, 25 Richelieu
United States and Canada Express Co.,
George H. Wilkinson, agent, 25 Ri-
chelieu
FANCY GOODS.
ARPIN EDOUARD, 36 Richelieu.
See Adv page 123
Paille Charles, 112 and 114 Richelieu
170
TOWN OP ST. JOHNS BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND PRODUCE, "WHOLESALE
Bertrand A., & Co., 78 St Johns
MACPHERSON JAS.,
^
St James.
See Adv page 5
FOUNDERS, IRON AND BRASS.
DUPLESSIS E., & BRO., 68 Grant.
See Adv page 1
FOUNDRY.
FONDEPIE CANADIENNE DB ST
JEAN, Lt^andie Lareau, proprietor,
66 Grant. See Adv page 10
FURNITURE DEALERS-
CHAGNON 0.,
53 Hichelieu. See Adv
page 129
GILLESPIF. & CO., 119 Richelieu. See
Adv page 4
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS-
Clement O. G., 72 Eichelieu
DUBOIS LOUIS, 120 Richelieu. See
Adv page 8
McCONKEY E., & CO., Coote's block,
97 Eichelieu. See Adv page 6
GRANITE WARE, C. C AND WHITE, MANU-
FACTURERS OF.
ST JOHNS STONE CHINA-WAEE
CO.,
Edward C Macdonald, proprie-
tor, St George croner Grant. See
Adv page 13
GROCERS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
MarUed
*
are wholesale.
Courville Eusebe, 11 Market square
*
Davignon & Brother, 82 Richelieu
*
Douglas E., 91 Richelieu
Fois}^ tl., & Co., 6 Market square
*
Gervais C. O., 167 Richelieu
*
Goold R., & Co-, 45 Eichelieu
Guilbert Levi, 17 St James corner
Champlain
*
Hay M., sen., 103 and 105 Richelieu
*
Hislop M. L-, 31 Richelieu
*
Langelier, & Decelle.*;, Langelier
Block, 50 and 52 Richelieu
*
LOMME JOSEPH A., 126 and 128
Richelieu. See Adv page 125
*
LORD JOSEPH, 127 Eichelieu. See
Adv page 6
*
McNulty J. E., 141 Richelieu
=*=
Monast Tancrede I)., 80 Richelieu
Moreau
Laurent, 16 St James
Moss John P., 14 Market square
Plantier
Pierre, 38 St Charles
*
Tees J.
A., & Co., 84 Richelieu
GUNSMITH.
Barcelow Toussaint, 105 Champlain
GUNS, REVOLVERS, &c.
ARPIN EDOUARD, 36 Eichelieu.
See Adv page 1 23
HAIB DEES.SER.
Boivin Charle.'?, 99 Jacques Cartier
HARDWARE.
Courville Eusebe, 11 Market square
Davignon & Brother, 82 Richelieu
Gervais C. O., 167 Richelieu
Langelier & Decelles, Langelier Block,
50 and 52 Eichelieu
LOMME JOSEPH A., 126 and 128
Richelieu. See Adv page 125
HATTERS AND FURRIERS-
GODIN D., 56 Eichelieu. See Adv
page 149
Guillet M., 44 Richelieu
Langevin & Monday, 82 Notre Dame,
Montreal, and 129 Richelieu
HAY.PRESSED, WHOLEASLE AND RETAIL.
Bertrand A., & Co., 78 St John
HORSE CLOTHING, WHIPS, &c.
Brouillet N., 77 Eichelieu
McGOOGAN P., Arpin's Block, 73
Richelieu. See Adv page 8
POUTRE EDOUAED, 9 and 11 St
Jame.-^. See Advpage 7
HORSE SHOERS.
Barcelow Toussaint, 105 Champlain
Ethier L. N., 96 Champlain
HOTELS-
AMEEICAN HOTEL, D. B. Bartlett,
proprietor, 10, 12 and 14 Eichelieu.
See Adv page 125
Canada Hotel, L. Forgue, 177 and 179
Eichelieu
Montreal Hotel, Joseph Beaudry, 121
and 123 Eichelieu
ST JOHNS HOTEL, F. Monnette,
proprietor, 60 and 62 Richelieu. See
Adv page 6
United States Hotel, Amable Bisaillon,
corner St James and Champlain
INSURANCE COMPANIES.
ACCIDENT' INSURANCE CO. OF
CANADA, James O'Cain, agent, 1
St George. See Adv page 149
TOWN OF ST. JOHN'S BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
171
CANADA FIRE AND MARINE IN-
SURANCE CO., James O'Cain,
agent, 1 St George. See Adv page
149
CITIZENS' INSURANCE CO. OF
CANADA (Fire, Life, Accident and
Guarantee), James O'Cain, agent, 1
St George. See Adv page 149
COMMEKCIAL UNION INSUR-
ANCE CO. of London, Eng.,William
Coote, agent, 2 St James. See Adv
page 131
IMPERIAL INSURANCE CO. ofLon-
don, Eng., William Coote, agent, 2
St James. See Adv page 131
LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO. of
Manchester, William Coote, agent,
2 St James. See Adv page 131
LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORA-
TION of London, Eng., (fire and
life), James O'Cain, agent, 1 St
George. See Adv page 149
METROPOLITAN PLATE GLASS
INSURANCE CO. of New York,
James O'Cain, agent, 1 St George.
See Adv page 149
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCAN-
TILE INSURANCE CO. of London
and Edinburgh, William
Coote,
agent. 2 St James. See Adv page 131
NORTHERN INSURANCE CO. of
Aberdeen and London, William
Coote, agent, 2 St James. See Adv
page 131
PHCENIX INSURANCE CO. of
London, William Coote, agent, 2 St
James. See Adv page 131
QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY
of Liverpool and London (Fire and
Life), James O'Cain, agent, 1 St
George. See Adv page 149
ROYAL CANADIAN INSURANCE
CO. (Fire and Marine), James
O'Cain, agent, 1 St George. See
Adv page 149
ROYAL FIRE AND LIFE INSUR-
ANCE CO. of Liverpool and London,
William Coote, agent, 2 St James.
See Adv page 131
SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL INSUR-
ANCE CO. of Glasgow, William
Coote. agent, 2 St James. See Adv
page 131
SCOTTISH IMPERIAL INSUR-
ANCE
CO. of Glasgow, William
Coote, agent, 2 St James. See Adv
page 131
STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE
CO. of Edinburgh, William Coote,
agent, 2 St James. See Adv page 131
LAND SURVEYOK.
Weilbrenner Major Joseph, 106 Queen
LEATHER MANUFACTURER.
Lynch Anthony, 185 Richelieu
LIBRARY, LENDING.
ARPIN EDOUARD, 36 Richelieu.
See Adv page 123
LIQUORS AND WINES.
Davignon & Brother, 82 Richelieu
Goold R., & Co., 4.5 Richelieu
Guilbert Levi, 17 St James corner
Champlain
Hay M., sen., 103 and 105 Richelieu
Langelier & Decelles, Langelier Block,
50 and 52 Richelieu
LOMME JOSEPH A., 126 and 128
Richelieu. See Adv page \2^
LORD JOSEPH, 127 Richelieu.
See
Adv page 6
McNulty
J. E., 141 Richelieu
Monast Tancrede D., 80 Richelieu
Moreau Laurent, 16 St James, corner
Champlain
Moss John P., 14 Market square
LIVERY.
St Johns Boarding, Livery and Ex-
change Stable, W. J. Pearson, pro-
prietoi', 78 Champlain
St Johns Livery Stable, Napoleon
Trahan, proprietor, 98 Champlain
LUMBER MERCHANTS.
BOUSQUET LOUIS, 6 Richelieu.
8«e
Adv page 131
Chaput & Boucher (agentsj,
St
Thomas corner Desalaberry
Ryder J. W., P. 0. address Iberville
MACHINISTS.
DUPLESSIS E. & BRO., 68 Grant.
See Adv page 10
MERCHANT TAILORS.
Clement O. G., 72 Richelieu
DUBOIS LOUIS, 120 Richelieu.
See
Adv page 8
172 TOWN OF ST. JOHNS BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
McCONKEY E., & CO., Coote's block,
97 Richelieu. See Adv page 6
MILLINER.
Morin Madame O., 40 Eichelieu
MILLINERY AND MILLINERY GOODS.
BEOSSEAU W., 83 Richelieu. See
Adv page 5
Lefebvre Olivier, 118 Richelieu
NEWSPAPERS.
LA VOIX DU PEUPLE, Roy Bros.,
proprietors, 88 Richelieu. See Adv
page 141
LE FRANCO-CANADIEN, Isaac
Bourguignon, proprietor, 2 Market
square. See Adv page 143
THE NEWS AND FRONTIER AD-
VOCATE, E. R. Smith, publisher
and proprietor, 18 Richelieu, nearly
opposite the new post office. See
Adv page 147
NOTARIES.
Archambeault Eugene, 29 St James
Boucher O. N. E., 22 St James
Fournier J. A., 97 Jacques Cartier
L'Ecuyer Edouard, 69 Jacques Car-
tier
Marchand & Charbonnean. 86 Jacques
Cartier
OYSTER SALOONS.
Castelletti A., 37, 39 and 41 Richelieu
DUNN & MAGUIRE, 175 Richelieu.
See Adv page 8
OYSTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Goold E., & Co., 45 Richelieu
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c.
Courville Eusebe, 11 Market square
Davignon & Brother, 82 Richelieu
McNulty J. E., 141 Richelieu
PAPER HANGINGS.
ARPIN EDOUARD, 36 Richelieu.
See Adv page 123
BOURGUIGNON ISAAC, 2 Market
square. See Adv page 143
LaRocque & Bourke, 113 Richelieu
PATTERN AND MODEL MAKERS.
DUPLESSIS E., & BRO., 68 Grant.
See Adv page 10
PATTERNS.
BROSSEAU W., E. Butterick & Co.'s
Metropolitan, 83 Richelieu. See
Adv page 5
PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, Ac
La Rocque H., 109 Richelieu
VVight
& Co., 68 Richelieu
PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST.
BRAULT P. L., 131 Richelieu. See
Adv page 6
PHYSICIAN.
Wight Robert, 93 Jacques Cartier cor-
ner St James
PICTURE FRAMERS.
ARPIN EDOUARD, 36 Richelieu.
See Adv page 123
CHAGNON 0., 53 Richelieu. See
Adv page 129
GILLESPIE & CO., 119 Richelieu.
See Adv page 4
PLUMBER.
Morel Edouard, 19 Market »quare
POST OFFICE.
Osgood W. A., postmaster, 23 Riche-
lieu
PRINTERS, BOOK AND JOB.
BOURGUIGNON ISAAC, Le Franco-
Canadien Office, 2 Market square.
See Adv page 143
ROY BROS., La Voix du Peuple office,
88 Richelieu. See Adv page 141
SMITH E. R., 18 Richelieu, nearly
opposite the New Post Office. See
Adv page 147
PROTHONOTARY, DISTRICT OF IBERVILLE.
Charland & Marchand, Court House,
44 St Charles
PROVISION DEALERS.
Courville Eusdbe, 11 Market square
Douglas R., 91 Richelieu
Foisy H., & Co., 6 Market square
Guilbert Levi, 17 St James corner
Champlain
Hay M., sen., 103 and 105 Richelieu
Langelier& Decelles, Langelier Block,
50 and 52 Richelieu
LOMME JOSEPH A., 126 and 128
Richelieu. See Adv page 125
LORD JOSEPH, 127 Richelieu. See
Adv page 6
Monawt 'J'ancrede D., 80 Richelieu
Moreau Laurent, 16 St James corner
Champlain
Moss John P., 14 Market square
TOWN OF ST. JOHNS BUSINESS riRECTORY. 1T3
Plantier Pierre, 38 St Charles corner
Jacques Cartier
Tees J. A.,& Co., 84 Richelieu corner
St James
EAILWAY8.
Central Vermont Railway, I. B. Fut-
voye, superintendent; G. C.Futvoye,
ticket agent, Lemoine
Delaware and Hudson Canal Co.'s Rail-
way, Charles Arpin, agent, 71 Eiche-
lieu
Grand Trunk Railway, "William
Drumm, agent, Lemoine
Stanstead, Shcfford and Chambly Rail-
way, I. B. Futvoye, superintendent,
Lemoine
Waterloo and Magog Railway, I. B.
Futvoye, superintendent, Lemoine
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
Langevin & Monday, 82 Notre Dame,
Montreal, and 129 Richelieu
EEQISTRY OFFICE, ST, JOHNS COUNTY.
Marchand W. A., registrar; Marchand
L. G., deputy registrar, 95 Jacques
Cartier
RESTAURANTS.
Castelletti A., 37, 39 and 41 Richelieu
Slavin Patrick, Railway Refreshment
Saloon, 8 Lemoine
ROCKINGHAM WARE MANUFACTURER.
ST JOHNS ROCKINGHAM AND
YELLOW WARE MANUFAC-
TORY, E. Bowler, proprietor, Allen
corner St Thomas. See Adv page 153
ROOFER,
Morel Edouard, 19 Market square
SADDLE AND HARNESS M&KERS.
Brouillet N., 77 Richelieu
COUSINEAU LOUIS, 10^ St James.
See Adv page 10
McGOOGAN P., Arpin's block, 73
Richelieu. See Adv page 8
POUTRE EDOUARD, 9 and 11 St
James. See Adv page 7
SASH, DOOS AND BLIND FACTORY
BOUSQUET LOUIS, factory 1 and 3
Richelieu, office 6 Richelieu. See
Adv page 131
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, &c.
Chaput & Boucher, agents, St Thomas
corner Deealaberry
SCHOOL INSPECTOR.
Lamarche Zotique Ovide Hector (Dis-
trict of Iberville), 7 St John
SEEDS, GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER.
Wight & Co., 68 Richelieu
SEWING MACHINES.
Trottier L. M., 90 Richelieu
.SPRING BED,
"
THE ADAMS.'
Ryder J. W., P. 0. address Iberville
SOAP MANUFACTURER.
Massy George, Dominion Soap Works,
68 St John
SPINNING WHEEL MANCFACTURER.
McQuillen James P., 21 Market square
STATIONERY.
SMITH E. R., 18 Richelieu, nearly
opposite the new post office. See
Adv page 147
STOVES AND TINWARE.
Morel Edouard, 19 Market square
STOVES, COAL AND WOOD.
LAREAU LEANDRE, ii& Grant. See
Adv page 10
STRAW HATS (CANADIAN), WHOLESALE.
MOLLEUR J. E., 147 Richelieu. See
Adv page 5
SUPERIOR COURT, DISTRICT OF IBERVILLE.
Charland & Marchand, joint prothono-
tary. Court House, 44 St Charles
SURGEON DENTIST.
Trudeau L, A., L.D.S., 173 Richelieu
TAILOR-
L'Esperance Charles, 47 Richelieu
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
Montreal Telegraph Co., George H.
Wilkinson, agent, 25 Richelieu
TICKET AGENT.
Futvoye G. C.
(Central Vermont
Railway), Lemoine
TINSMITH.
Morel Edouard, 19 Market square
174 TOWN OF ST, JOHNS BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
TOBACCONISTS.
DUNN & MAGUIEE, 175 Eichelieu.
See Adv page 8
Hislop M. L., 31 Richelieu
Goold R., & Co., 45 Richelieu
TOYS.
ARPIN EDOUARD, 36 Richelieu.
See Adv page 123
Dewar Mrs. A., 92 Richelieu
Paille Charles, 112 and 114 Richelieu
TEUNKS, VALISES, &c.
Brouillet N., 77 Richelieu
McGOOGAN P., Arpin's block, 73
Eichelieu. See Adv page 8
POUTEE EDOUARD, 9 and 11 St
James. See Adv page 7
TUENER, WOOD,
McQuillen James P., 21 Market square
UNDERTAKEES.
Catudal Edouard. 64 St James
CHAGNON
0.,'
53 Richelieu. See
Adv page 129
GILLESPIE & CO., 119 Richelieu.
See Adv page 4
UNITED STATES CONSULATE.
Saxe Robert J., consul ; John Donaghy.
vice consul, 4 Eichelieu
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS.
Marchand Louis H., 78 Eichelieu
Paille Charles, 112 and 114 Richelieu
Trottier L. M., 90 Eichelieu
WAX, WHOLESALE.
MOLLEUE, LANIEE & CO., 147
Richelieu. See Adv page 5
WAX BLEACHERS.
MOLLEUE, LANIER & CO., 147
Eichelieu. See Adv page 5
WAX CANDLES AND TAPERS, WHOLESALE
MOLLEUR, LANIER & CO., 147
Eichelieu. See Adv page 5
YELLOW WARE, MANUFACTURER OF.
ST. JOHNS ROCKINGHAM AND
YELLOW WARE MANUFAC-
TORY, E. Bowler, proprietor, Allen
corner St Thomas. See Adv page
153
FARMERS'
DIRECTORY
TOWNSHIP OF DUNHAM,
GIVING THE LOT, CONCESSION AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
The following post offices are in the To\\Tiship:—Cowansville, Dunboro, Dun-
ham, East Dunham, Scottf^more and Sweetsburg.
All names not otherwise designated are those of formers. The place following
the concession is the post office address.
lot. Abbreviations used
:

c,
concession
; 1,
1 17, c 9,
Upper Bed-
laborer, 1 15, c S,
Alcombrack E.
ford
Alexander Giiman,
Dunham
Allen George, 1 "^8,
c 5. Cowansville
Allen II. L., 1 2, c 8,
Frelighsbnrg
Archambault Antoine, 1 21, c 7,
Cow-
ansville
Archambault Louis, 1 20, c 7, Dunham
Archambault Peter, 1 21, c 7,
Cowans-
ville
Armstrong Wm., 1 24, c 9,
Cowansville
Bachand J., 1 26, c 5,
Cowansville
Badger John S., 1
7, c 9,
Dunham
Badger Leonard, 1 24, c 9, Farnhara
Centre
Badger Wilsej, 1 19, c 8, Dunham
Baker Charles E., 1 23, c 10 (village),
Dunham
Baker Charles S., 1 7, c 7,
Dunham
Baker Joseph, 1 8, c 7, Dunham
Baker Jos. S., 1 12, c 7,
Dunham
Baker M. C, 1 22, c 6, Dunham
Baker S. E., 1
1, c 5,
Frelighsburg
Baker Stevens, 1 16, c 5,
Dunham
Baker William C, 1 13, c 6,
Dunham
Baker William S., 1 20, c 6, Dunham
Barber Alex., 1 18, c 9, Pierceton
Barber Rollin, mechanic, 1
8,
c 3, East
Dunham
Barnes Joseph, 1
7,
c 9, Dunham
Barnes Louis, 1 2, c 2,
East Dunham
Bates Allen, 1
6, c 5,
East Dunham
Bates Joh», 1 15, c 4,
Cowansville
Bates D. C, mechanic, 1
7, c 3, East
Dunham
Bates Merril, 1 16, c 4,
Cowansville
Beach Jothan, 1 21, c 4,
Cowansville
Beach Milo, 1 17, c 5,
Cowansville
Beach Wells, 1 17, c 5,
Cowansville
Beadle Wm., 1 25, c 5,
Cowansville
Beattie Crawford, 1 18, c 2
Beattie Crawford, jun., 1 14, c
1, Sweets-
burg
Beattie Crawford (2nd). 1 17, c 2,
Sweetsburg
Beattie David S., 1 17, c 3, Sweetsburg
Beattie James (2ad), 1 17, c 3, Sweets-
burg
Beattie John (2nd), 1 17, c 3, Sweets-
burg
Beattie J. C, 1 17, c 2, Sweetsburg
Beattie Wm (1st), 1
18,
c 2, Sweetsburg
Beattie Wm (2nd), 1
18, c
3,
Sweetsburg
Beaton Robert, 1 23, e 9, Faimham
Centre
Beauvais Francois, 1 11, c 8, Dunham
Bell George, 1 20, c 9,
Dunham
Bell George X., 1 20, c 9,
Pierceton
Bell James, 1 5, c 7,
Cowansville
Bell John, 1 28, c 9,
Farnham Centre
Bell Thomas, 1 1, c 7,
Frelighsburg
Belleville Antoine, 1 24, c 2,
Cowans-
ville
Benjamin John, 1 18, c 8,
Dunham
Benjamin P., 1 13, c 4,
Dunham
Benoit John. 1 9, c 7,
Dunham
Benoit John, jun., 1
9, c 7,
Dunham
Benoit D., 1 22, c 4,
Cowansville
Berry James, 1 4. c 1,
East Dunham
Berry Patrick, 1
1, c2. North Pinnacle
Blake Everett, 1
7,
c 2, East Dunham
Blake E. J., 1
7, c 2,
East Dunham
Blake John, 1
7, c 2,
East Dunham
Blake Levi, 1 2, c 4,
East Dunham
Bobard Felix, 1 19, c 4,
Cowansville
Bobard John, 1 18, c 4,
Cowansville
Boomhour C, 1 13, c 10, Dunham
Boucher Alex., 1 5, c 7,
Dunham
Boucher Baptiste, 1
5, c 10,
Dunham
176 FARMERS DIRECTORY OP THE TOWNSHIP OP DUNHAM.
Boucher John B., 1
17, c 7,
Dunham
Boucher Olivier, 1 14, c 6, Dunham
Boucher Wm., 1 16, c 9,
Dunham
Bowker M. B., I 24, c 3,
Sweetsburg
Branchard Jos., 1 24, c 3, Sweetsburg
Brault Alexis, 1 15, c 2, Dunboro
Brice James, 1 12, c 3,
Dunboro
Brooks Henry, 115, c 6, Dunham
Brown Eugene, 1 12, c 6, Dunham
Brown L. L., 1 13, c 5,
Dunham
Brown Robert, 1 15, c 5, Dunham
Brown William, I
3, c 2, East Dunham
Brown Wm., jun., 1
1, c 3, East Dun-
ham
Brunch H. N., 1
6, c 2, East Dunham
Brunei Abram, 1 23, c 30, Farnham
Centre
Buchannan Alex., 1 14, c 2, Dunboro
Buchannan
Ambrose, 1 14, c 2,
Dun-
boro
Buchannan Artemus, 1
14, c 3, Dunham
Buchannan John, 1 12, c 5, Dunham
Buchannan Robert, 1 13. c 4, Dunham
Buck Belas, 1 28, c 9, Farnham Centre
Buck Martin, 1
28, c 9, Farnham Cen-
tre
Burnett George, 1
23, c 9, Farnham
Centre
Burnett
Thomas, 1 28, c 9, Farnham
Centre
Burton Leon, 1 14, c 7, Dunham
ButlerDaniel, 1 27, c 1, Sweetsburg
Butler John, 1 28, c 1, Sweetsburg
Butler Patrick, 1 27, c
1, Sweetsburg
Cabana Baptiste, 1 13, c 6, Dunham
Cady E. B., 1 23, c 2, Sweetsburg
Call John, 1
7, c 5, East Dunham
Call Lyman, 1
7, c
5, East Dunham
Cameron Seneca P., 1
9, c 5, Dunham
Cambell Patrick, 1 14, c 1, Dunboro
Capron
George, 1 22, c 3, Sweetsburg
Caravan Francis, 1 22, c
2, Sweetsburg
Carter Absolom, 1 28, c 7, Cowansville
Carter Edmund, 1 27, c 6, Cowansville
Carter Timothy, 1
28, c
7, Cowans-
ville
Carty Charles, 1
12, c 10, Dunham
Cassvaint
Cleophas, 1 5, c 2, East
Dunham

Castle Philo, 1
7, c 8, Dunham
Chadburn
Humphrey, farmer and
bailiff, 1
14, c 3, Sweetsburg
ChaH'te John, II, c 4, P'relighsburg
Chattield David, 1
2, c 1, East Dunham
Chatfield Sylvester, 13, c 2, East
Dunham
Church George, 1 16, c 2, Sweetsburg
Clark George R., 1 2, c
4,
East Dun-
ham
Clark Joshua, 1
6, c 2, East Dunham
Clement A., 1 28, c 10, Farnham
Centi'e
Clement A. H., 18, c 7, Dunham
Coatswoi'th Charles, 1
8, c 6, Dunham
Coderre Antoine, 1
8, c 10, Stanbridge
East
Colcord H. C, 1 18, c 5, Cowansville
Collet Joseph, 1 5, c 2,
East Dunham
Colton Merit, 1 17, c 4, Cowansville
Cook James, 1 1, c 3,
East Dunham
Cook Samuel, 1 20, c 8, Dunham
Cook William, 1 20, c 8,
Dunham
Corey Charles, 1 16, c 9, Dunham
Corey Heman, 1 16, c 10, Dunham
Corey H. E., 1 16, c 9, Dunham
Corey I., 1 16, c 9, Dunham
Corey James, 1 16, c 10, Dunham
Corey John N., 1 16, c 10, Dunham
Cotton Charles, 1
25, c 2, Sweetsburg
Cotton George, 1 24, c 3, Sweetsburg
Crawford James, 1
25, c 10, Farnham
Centre
Crilley Thos., 1
6,
c 10, Stanbridge
East
Crilley William, 16, c 7, Stanbridge
East
Cummings David, 1 13, c 8,
Dunham
Cunningham Chas R., mill owner, 1
2, c 1,
East Dunham
Damague Anson, I 13, c 6, Dunham
Damague Joseph, 1 10, c 7, Dunham
Darbe Benoni, 1 17, c 1,
West Brome
Darbe Lucius, 1 17, c
1,
AVest Brome
Daudelin Joseph, 1 19, c 9,
Dunham
Daudelin Laurent, 1 10, c 10, Dunham
Daudelin Peter, 1 23, c 8, Dunham
Deline Wm., 1 17, c 10, Dunham
Dent Wm., I 21, c 5,
Cowansville
Diotte Etienne, 1
17, c 8,
Dunham
Doherty John, 1 21, c 3,
Cowansville
Doherty John, 1 4, c 5, Cowansville
Doherty Robert, 121, c 3,
Dunham
Dougall James, 1 28, c
7,
Cowansville
Doj^Te Patrick, 1
1,
c
1,
North Pinnacle
Dryden Thomas, 1 25, c 6,
Cowansville
Duchesneau Joseph, 1 1
1,
clO, Dunham
Duclos Joseph, 1 14, c 6
Dupras Joseph, 1 25, c
5,
Cowansville
FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE TOl/rNSHIP OF DUNHAM. 177
Dupr^ N., 1 24, c 10, Farnham Centre
Dupr^ Narcisse, 1 24, c 10, Farnham
Centre
Ebbare John, 1 1, c 10, Frelighsburg
Ellison Charles, I 24, c 8, Cowansville
Ellison E. C, 1 26, c 5,
Cowansville
Ellison Richard, 1 24, c 6, Cowansville
Ellison R. E., 1 23, c 7,
Cowansville
Ellison Vincent, 1 26, c 8, Cowansville
England Sylvester, 1 24, c 9,
Farnham
Centre
Esinhart Andrew, 1 22, c 8,
Farnham
Centre
Esinhart T., 1 22, c 8, Farnham Centre
Fair Thomas, 1 10, c 4, Dunham
Farley Francis, 1
28, c 2, Sweetsbnrg
Farnham A. J., 1 10, c 2,
East Dunham
Farnham ATalter, 1
9, c 2, East Dun-
ham
Fitchett J. M., 1 19, c 4, Cowansville
Filchett John W., 1 20, c 4, Cowansville
Ford Benjamin, I 6, c 1, East Dunham
Ford John M., I 21, c 3, Cowansville
Foss Isaac, I 28, c 5, East Farnham
Foster William, 1 22, c 4, Cowansville
Eraser Moses, 1 20, c 9, Dunham
Fuller E. D., I
22, c 5, Cowansville
Fuller H. A., 1
27, c 2, Sweetsburg
Fuller John, 1 27, c 2
Gage Abel, 1 16, c 6, Dunham
G-age Abram, 1 22, c 5, Cowansville
Gage Allen, 1 18, c 9, Pierceton
Galer Charles E., 1
7, c 9, Stanbridge
East
Galipeau Antoine, 1 21, c 9, Dunham
Galipeau Basile, 1 21, c 9, Dunham
Garland Andrew, I
1, c 2,
Isorth Pin-
nacle
Garrick George, 1
3, c 5
Garrack George H., 1
6, c 8, Dunham
Garrack H. H., I 6, c 8, Dunham
Garrack Joseph, 1
8, c 8, Dunham
Gendreau Octave, 1 15, c 3, Frelighs-
burg
Gendreau Peter, 1 15, c 3, Sweetsburg
Getty Andrew, 1 23, c 4, Cowansville
Getty Alfred, 1 19, c 9
Getty Ralph, 1
3, c 1,
East Dunham
Gibson Thomas, 1 14, c 10, Dunham
Gilbert Edwin, I 6, c 9, Dunham
Gilbert F. H., I
15, c
7,
Dunham
Gilbert John, 1 15, c 8. Dunham
Gilbert Moses, 1 16, c
7,
Dunham
Girard Peter, 1
22, c 8, Dunham
Girard Cyrille, 1 8, c 10, Stanbridge
East
Gleason A., 1
8,
c 4, East Dunham
Gleason Hiram, 1 27, c 4, Cowansville
Gleason Horace, 1
6, c 4, East Dunham
Gleason 0. J., 1 6, c 4, East Dunham
Gleason Rollin, 1 8, c 4,
Kast Dunhani
Gleason Willard, 1
8, c 4,
East Dunham
Godfrey Joseph, I 28, c 4,
Cowansville
Goyette Abijah, 1
9, c 1, East Dunham
Goyette Alex., jun., 1
23, c 7,
Cowans-
ville
Goyette Alex., sen., 1
27, c 4,
Cowans-
ville
Goyette Israel, 1 16, c
7,
Dunham
Greene Heman, 1
8, c 9,
Dunham
Griggs Guy, 12, c 1, East Dunham
Griggs Samuel, I
7,
c 3, East Dunham
Grenier Louis, 1 21, c 9,
Dunham
Grenier Nelson, 1 27, c 7, Dunham
Grenier Zep., 1 21, c 9, Dunham
! Guillett Edmond, 1 20, c 8,
St Maryde
! Monir
j
Hall Edwin, 1
5, c 8,
Dunham
I
Hall Fortunatus, 1
28, c 8, Farnham
Centre
Hall M. T., I 28, c 8, Farnham Centre
Hall Wm., 1 17, c 10, Pierceton
El art Justice, I 20, c 7,
Dunham
Harvey Charles, 1 8, c 3, East Dunham
Harvey C. M., 1
9, c 3,
East Dunham
Harvey Edward, I 1, c 2, North Pin-
nacle
Harvey Henry, 1 23, c 4, Cowansville
Harvey Hiram, 1 11, c 3,
Dunham
Harvey Hubbard, 111, c 2, East Dun-
ham
Harvey Jonathan, 1 10, c 4, East Dun-
ham
Harvey Nelson, 1
13, c 3. Dunboro
Harvey Tyler, 1 12, c
1,
East Dunham
Hill A. D., 1 14, c 6, Dunham
^
Hill Austin L., 1 14, c
2,
Dunham
Hogabroom Allen, 1 13, c 9, Dunham
Holden Artemus, 1
4, c 8,
St Armand
Centre
Hope Silas A.^ 1 16, c 5,
Dunham
Hulbert Henry, 1 28, c 6, East Farn-
ham
Humphrey Albert. 1 23, c 9, Cowans-
ville
Humphrey E., 1 25, c 7,
Cowansville
Hunt Miles, I 18, c 10, Pierceton
Hutchins Charles, 1 18, c 10, Pierceton
178 farmers' directory of the township op DUNHAM.
Hutchins H. H., 1 28, c 5,
East Farn-
ham
Hutchins John, 1 16, c 5,
Dunham
Hutchins Levi, 1 18, c 10, Pierceton
Hutchins R. F., 1 28, c 5, East Farn-
ham
Ingalls Almond, 1
1,
c 6, Frelighsburg
Ingalls Charles, 1 7, c 1, East Dunham
Ingalls David, 1 8, c 2, East Dunham
Ingalls Harvey, 1 18, c 1, Scottsmore
Ingalls James, 1 8, c 2,
East Dunham
Ingalls Jasper, 1 1, c 6, Frelighsburg
Ingalls Loren, 1 18, c 1, Scottsmore
Ingalls Milo, 1 8, c 2, East Dunham
Ingalls Manley, 1 26, c 5
Ingalls S. I., 1 22, c l,Sweetsburg
Ingalls W. S., 1 1, c 7,
Frelighsburg
Irving John, 1
6, c 10, Dunham
Jacques G. C., 1 27, c 5,
Cowan5ville
Jassmain Francis, jun., 1 20, c 10,
Dunham
Jassmain Francis, sen., 1 20, c 9,
Dun-
ham
Jassmain Joseph, 1 21, c 10, Dunham
Jassmain Joseph, 1 20, c 9,
Dunham
Jassmain Joseph, 1 26, c 8, Dunham
Jassmain Paul, 1 19, c 10,
Dunham
Jassmain Toussaint, 1 13, c 6, Dan-
ham
Jennie Gilbert, 1 13, c 1, Dunham
Jennings W. F., sen., 1 1
5,
c 8,
Dunham
Jennings W. F., 1
25, c 5,
Gowansville
Johnson Geo. W., 1 3, c 1,
East Dun-
ham
Johnson Harvey, 1 2, c 6, East Dun-
ham
Johnson James, 1
2, c 4,
East Dunham
Johnson Stephen, 1
2, c 2,
East Dun-
ham
Johnston Thomas, 1 13, c 6, Dunham
Johnson W. H., 1 2, c 4,
East Dunham
Jolifou Mitchel, 1 17, c
5,
Dunham
Jones John, 1 27, c 7,
Gowansville
Jones Lafayette, 1 23, c 2, Sweetsburg
Jones Michael, 1 28, c 8,
Farnham
Centre
Julius Chas., 1 25, c
5,
Gowansville
Julius Levi, 1 25, c
5,
Gowansville
Julius William, 1 25, c 5,
Gowansville
Kathan E. W., 1 28, c 2, West Brome
Katban Barton, 1 27, c 2, Sweetsburg
Koarns Francis, 1
17, c 6,
Gowansville
Kearns James, 1 26, c 6, Gowansville
Kearns Thomas, 1 26, c 7,
Gowansville
Kerley John, 1 5, c
2,
East Dunham
'
Kerley Michael, 1 5, c 3, East Dunham M
Kerley William, 1
5,
c 3, East Dunham
Kimball H. D., 1
9, c 1, East Dunham
Kimball James J., 1 10, c 1, East
Dunham
King Basile, 1 12, c 8, Dunham
King Charles, 1 12, c 8, Dunham
King Charles, 1 23, c 9, Dunham
King Samuel, 1 23, c 8,
Dunham
King Stephen, 1 23, c 9, Dunham
Kirk Terence,! 12, c l,East Dunham
Krans H. B., 1 1, c 10, Frelighsburg
Labreche Joseph, 1 29, c 9, Dunham
Lachambre Eusebe, 1 28, c 4,
Gowans-
ville
Lampman Abram, 1 25, c 5, Gowans-
ville
Lapointe Julius, 1 16, c 2,
Scottsmore
Laravee Godfiey, 1 16, c 8, Dunham
Laraway George, 1 10, c 9, Dunham
liaraway George, 1 11, c 9,
Dunham
Laraway Jonas, 1 12, c 9,
Dunham
Laraway Rodney, 1 11, c 9,
Dunham
Laraway Wm., 1 14, c 10, Dunham
Lareau Casimir, 1 24, c 10, Farnham
Centre
Larocque Peter, 1 20, c 7,
Dunham
Larose Joseph, 1 12, c 5,
Dunham
Lavery John, 1
4, c 3,
East Dunham
Lavery Joseph, 1
4,
c 3,
East Dunham
Lavery Peter, 1
4, c 3,
East Durham
Leahey Ste;>hen, 1 13, c 10, Dunham
Leblanc Regis, I 21, c 10, St Sebastien
Leduc Francis, 1 20, c 10,
Pierceton
Leduc Henry, 1 26, c 5,
Gowansville
Leduc William, 1 20, c 10, Pierceton
Lee Edmond, 1 15, c 1, Dunboro
Lee Joseph, 1 10, c 5,
Dunham
Lee William, 1 15, c 4
Leggatt James, 1 26, c 9,
Farnham
Centre
Leggatt John, 1 13, c 9,
Dunham
Leggatt Eichard, 1 29, c
9,
Farnham
Centre
Lewis H. IL, 1 13, c 6,
Dunham
Locke J. M., 1 28, c 2,
Sweetsburg
Lombard Joseph, 1 25, c 10, Farnham
Centre
Longeway B. A., 1 10, c 7,
Dunham
Longeway G. R., 1 10, c 8,
Dunham
Longeley Levi, 1 14, c3, Dunham
Malhiot Edward, Frelighsburg
Mandigo Amos, 1 18, c 10, Pierceton
FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE TOWNSHIP OP DUNHAM. 179
Mandigo Wm. S.. 1 20, c 1
Manhannak Fred., 1 24, c 10, Farnham
Centre
Manhannak John, 1 26, c 10, Farnham
Centre
Manhannak P., 1 2-1, c 10, Farnham
Centre
Manhannak T., 1 25, c 10, Farnham
Centre
Mann Geo. F., 1 13, c 6, Dunham
3Iarcoux John, 1 13, c 2, Dunboro
Marshall James, 1 18, c 7,
Dunham
Marshall James H., 1 19, c 6, Dunham
Marshall Thomas, 1 18, c 6, Dunham
Marshall Wilson, I 6, c 3, East Dun-
ham
Martindale Wells, 1 18, c G. Cowans-
ville
Mayo Henry, 1
28, c
5,
Cowaiisville
Mayotte Joseph, 1
25, c 5,
Eist Farn-
ham
McCloy Alex., 1 28, c 1,
Sweetsburg
MeCloy James, 1 23, c 4, Cowansville
McCuUough James, 1
5, c 1,
East Dun-
ham
McCutcheon Wm. S., 1
17, c 3, Sweets-
burg
McElroy James, 1 12, c 8, Dunham
McElroy John, 1 13, c 7, Dunham
McElroy Samuel, 1 14, c 7, Dunham
31cGarry John, 1 13, c 4, Dunham
McGoveren Patrick, 1 28, c 6, Cowans-
ville
McGrath James, 15, c 5, East Dun-
ham
McGrath John, 1 1, c 3. North Pin-
nacle
McLarty David, 1 13, c 1, East Dun-
ham
McLoughlin James, 1
2, c 3,
East Dun-
ham
McLoughlin J. A., 1
27, c 2, Sweets-
burg
Meigs A. D., 1
7, c 10, Stanbridge East
Metivier Francis, 1 15, c 2,
Dunboro
Miller Alexander, 1
10, c 9,
Dunham
Miller Edward, 1 25, c 1,
Sweetsburg
Miller George, 1
7, c 6
Miller James, 1
15, c 8,
Dunham
Miltimore E. S., 1 20, c 3,
Scottsmore
Miltimore John C, 1
21, c 2,
Sweets-
burg
Miltimore S. B., 1 20, c 2,
Sweetsburg
MoflFatt Thomas, 1
19, c 2
Molleur Alex., 1 21, c 10, Farnham
Centre
Molleur Israel, 1 23, c 8,
East Dunham
Morrison James, 1 23, c 9,
Farnham
Centre
Noiseux Prudent, jun., 1 19, c 8,
Dun-
ham
Noiseux Prudent, sen., 1 18, c 8, Dun-
ham
O'Brien John C, 1 27, c 9,
Farnham
Centre
O'Brien Kennedy, 1 17, c 1,
Dunboro
O'Brien Michael, 1 17, c 5
OBrien Robert, 1 17, c 7, Dunham
Officer D;ivid, 1 1, c 1,
Xorth Pinnacle
O'Neill James, 1
4, c 5,
East Dunham
O'Neill Martin, 1
3, c 6, East Dunham
Paquette Louis, 1
1, c 9
Paquette Moses, 1 1, c 9
Pashie Charles, 1 13, c 2,
Dunboro
Pashie Emanuel, 1 14, c 3, Dunboro
Pashie Francis, 1 12, c 3,
Dunboro
Pell James G., 1
3, c 8,
Dunham
Perkins Henry, 1 12, c 1, Dunboro
Perkins Johnson, 1 9, c 1, East Dun-
ham
Perkins Piobert, 1 9, c 2, East Dunham
Perkins William,
17, c 4, East Dun-
ham
Perry Henry, 1
9, c 2
Pickei'ing Thomas, 1
1, c 7, Frelighs-
burg
Pickle Abram, 1 27, c 1, Sweetsburg
Pigeon Jacques, 1
6, c3, Ea-;t Dunham
Ploof Selime, 1 22, c 8,
Dunham
Poitvin Baptiste, 1 24, c 3
Poirier Nelson, I 13, c 4,
Dunham
Powers Edward, 1 27, c 10 Farnham
Centre
Powers John, 1 27, c 10,
Farnham
Centre
Pratt Thomas, 1 15, c 10, Dunham
Primmerman Peter, 1
27, c 9,
Cowans-
ville
Primmerman S., 1 24, c 5, Cowans-
ville
Quebec L., 1 27, c 6
Quebec Maurice, 1 21, c 7,
Dunham
Eacicot Eber, 1 22, c 7,
Dunham
Racicot Fred., 1 17, c 6,
Cowansville
Racicot Israel, 1 20, c 5. Cowansville
Racicot Israel (2nd), 1 21, c 7,
Dun-
ham
Eacicot Louis, 1 20, c 7,
Dunham
180 FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE TOWNSHIP OF DUNHAM.
Racine Joseph, 1 14, c 6,
Dunham
Haven Patrick, 1 1, c 1, North Pin-
nacle
Raven William, I 1, c 1,
North Pin-
nacle
Eeid Abram, 1 12, c 10
Reid H. R., 1 14, c 10, Dunham
Reid Peter, 1 12, c 10, Dunham
Reid Robert, 1 28, c 9, Farnham Centre
Reington Alden, 1 23, c 6,
Cowansville
Robert Edward, 1 7, c 9
Robinson James, 1
8,
c 1,
East Dunham
Roe Patrick, 1 17, c 10, Pierceton
Ross Edward, 1
6, c 6,
Dunham
Eoss H. M., 1 2, c 8,
Frelighsburg
Ross Robert, 1 27, c 4,
Cowansville
Rojstan George, 13, c 5, East Dun-
ham
Eojstan Michael, 1 15, c 3
Rojstan Wm., 1 14, c 3,
Dunham
Rublee Herbert, 1
9, c 6,
Dunham
>{udd Henr}', 1 19, c 10, Pierceton
Ruiter Chester, 1 17, c 8,
Dunham
Ruiter Jas. J., 1 26, c 5,
Cowansville
Ruiter Philip, 1 26, c 5,
Sweetsburg
Russell H., 1
1, c 9,
Frelighsburg
Ryan David, 1 13, c 6,
Dunham
Rykerd Asa, 1
5, c 9,
Dunham
Sager Christian, 1 25, c 7, Cowansville
Salsbury George, 1 2, c 5,
Frelighsburg
Sargeant Anson, 1 27, c 9,
Farnham
Centre
Saunterre J. B., 1 25, c 9,
Farnham
Centre
Schoolcraft C. A., 1 26, c 10, Farnham
Centre
Scott Eugene, 1 17, c 2, Danboro
Scott George L., 1 21, c 1, Scottsmore
Scott F. E., 1 20, c 1,
Scottsmore
Scott Jedediah, 1 21, c 1; Scottsmore
Scott Jonathan, 1 23, c
8,
Scottsmore
Scott Melvin X., 1 19, c 1, Scottsmore
Scott Mervin D., 1 21, c 1,
Scottsmore
Scott Robert, 1 12, c 3, Dunham
Scott R. M., 1
27, c 3 (village) Dunham
Scribner H. F., 1 27, c 9, Farnham
Centre
Seeley Wm. B., 1 17, c
6,
Cowansville
Selby Joseph, 1 3, c 3, East Dunham
Selby Thomas, 1 7, c
3,
East Dunham
Selby William E., 1
4, c 4, East Dun-
ham
Selby Jonathan, 1 5, c 7, (village)
Dunham
Shicer Thomas, 1 8, c 1, East Dunham
Shufelt C. W., 1 14, c 7
Shufelt G. A., 1 22, c 1,
Sweetsburg
Shufelt G. F., 1 27, c 2, Sweetsburg
Shufelt Jacob, 1 23, c
6,
Cowansville
Shufelt Jacob, 1 4, c 4, East Dunham
Shufelt John, 1 25, c 5,
Cowansville
Shufelt William, 1 23, c
6,
Cowansville
Shufelt Wm., 1 5, c 1, East Dunham
Small James, 1 14, c 5,
Dunham
Smith Charles, 1
23, c 8,
Cowansville
Snider J. W., 1
5, c 6,
Dunham
Soule Charles E., 1 14, c 6,
Dunham
Soule Silas, 1 14, c 6,
Dunham
Spencer Ambrose, 1 1, c 8,
Frelighs-
burg
Springfield Robert, 1 21, c 1
St Aubin William, 1 10, c 7,
Dunham
Steele Daniel, 1 6, c 1
Stephen Charles, 1 14, c 5,
Dunham
Stephen David, 1 14, c 5,
Dunham
Stephen John, 1 14, c 5,
Dunham
Stevens A. D., 1 14, c 6,
Dunham
Stevens Levi, 1
9, c 6,
Dunham
Stickney Charles, 1 2, c 8,
Frelighs-
burg
Stratford Joseph, 1 23, c 10,
Dunham
Sykes Samuel, 1 9, c 8, Dunham
Sykes Wm., 1 15, c 9, Dunham
Teel Christopher, 1 26, c 6,
Cowans-
ville
Teel Cornelius, 1 25, c 8,
Cowansville
Teel Gilbert, 1 24, c 7,
CowansvilUe
Teel Jacob, 1 23, c 7,
Cowansville
Ten Eyck Andrew, 14, c 10,
Stan-
bridge East
Ten Eyck Henry, 1
5, c 10,
Stanbridge
East
Tetreault Julius, 1 23, c 10,
Dunha m
Tetreault Noel, 1 14, c 6,
Dunham
Tilson John, 1 25, c 8,
Cowansville
Tittemore Philip, 1 24, c 1,
Sweetsburg
Touchette Louis, jun., 1 16, c 3,
Sweets-
burg
Touchette Louis, sen.,1 15,
c 2,
Sweets-
burg
Towntjhend J. M., 1
8, c 5,
East Dun-
ham
Townshend J. N., 1
8, c 8,
Dunham
Traver Levi, 1
8, c 9,
Stanbridge East
Tree Caleb, 1 10, c 10,
Stanbridge East
Vail Allen, 1 20, c 5,
Frelighsburg
Vail Edmond, 1
19, c 3,
Cowansville
Vail Ira, 1 17, c 4,
Cowansville
farmers' directory op the township op stanbridqe. 181
Vail Micab, 1 17, c 4,
Cowansville
Yan Antwerp George H., 1 8, c 8,
Dun-
ham
Van Antwerp George R., 1
8, c 8,
Dun-
ham
Van Antwerp James, 1
8, c 8, Stan-
bridge East
Vance John, 1 27, c 6,
Cowansville
Vance Thomas, 1 9, c 3,
East Dunham
Vandyke Amos, 1 12, c 9, Dunham
Wallace Dougal, 1 20, c 3,
Cowansville
Wales Hannibal, 1
7,
c 3,
East Dunham
Wales Orlin, 1 Y, c 3,
East Dunham
Watson E. L., 1 10, c
7,
Dunham
Watt John, 1 25, c 9,
Cowansville
Watt Robert, 1 25, c 9,
Cowansville
Watt Wm, jun., 1 24, c 5,
Cowansville
WattWm, sen, 1 24, c 5, Cowansville
Webb George W., 1 26, c 5, Cowansville
Webster Horace, 1 26, c 1, Sweetsburg
Weightman John, 1 23, c 4,
Cowans-
ville
Welch H. M., 1 28, c 3, Cowansville
Welch S. iM., 1 27, c 2,
Sweetsburgh
Wells David, 1 26, c
5,
Cowansville
West E. W., 1 19, c 4,
Cowansville
Westover Albert, 1
3, c 10, Frelighs-
burg
Westover Asa (2nd), 1
1,
c 9,
Frelighs-
burff
Westover Asa, I
3, c 9, Frelighsburg
Westover Charles, 1 6, c 6,
Frelighs-
burg
Westover Daniel, 1
2, c 9, Frelighsburg
Westover David, 12, c 10, Frelighs-
burg
Westover D. W., 1 1, c 6,
Frelighsburg
Westover George, 1
2, c 9, Frelighs-
burg
Westover John, 1 13, c 1, East Dunham
Westover Marcellus, 1 11, c 1, East
Dunham
Wilkins George, 1
4, c 9,
Dunham
Wilkins Richard, 14, c 6,
Fi-elighsburg
Wilkins Thomas, 14, c
6,
Frelighsburg
Wilkinson Simon, 1 15, c 6,
Dunham
Williams Alex, 1 1, c 3, East Dunham
Williams George C, 1 24, c 1,
Sweets-
burg
Wilson Curtis, 1 14, c 3,
Dunboro
Wilson Levi, 1 14, c 3,
Dunboro
Wilson William, 1 15, c 1,
Dunboro
Wood Hon. Thomas, M.L.C., 1 14, c
6,
Dunham
Worden Charles, 1 6, c 2,
East Dunham
Worden Johnson, 1 8, c 10, Stanbridge
East
Wright James E., 1 10, c 10, Stan-
bridge East
FARMERS' DIRECTORY
TOWNSHIP OF STANBRIDGE,
GIVING THE LOT, CONCESSION AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
The post offices in the Township are Haseville, Lower Bedford, Mystic, North
Stanbridge, Pierceton, Pike River, Riceburg, Stanbridge East, Stanbridge
Ridge, Stanbridge Station, Stanbury and Upper Bedford.
All names not otherwise designated are those of farmers. The place following
the concession is the post office address.
Abbreviations used : c, concession; 1, lot ; L Bedford, Lower Bedford; U Bed-
ford, Upper Bedford.
Adams Mrs., widow, 1 19, c 6, Mystic Alexanc're Abraham, 17, c 11,
Pike
Alcombrack Richard, 1
6, c 7, L Bed- River
ford Allaire Fiangoi-^, I
9, c 10,
Stanbridge
Alden James, cheese manufacturer and Station
farmer, 1 20, c 2,
Stanbury
182 farmers' directory of the township of stanbridoe.
Allaire Pierre, 19, c 9, Stan bridge
Station
Allen Peter, 1
8, c 8,
Stanbridge Sta-
tion
Alvany Michael, 1
7,
c 5, U Bedford
Atkinson William, 1 18, c 7,
Mystic
Audette J. B., 1
4, c 11, Pike Eiver
Baker Mrs. B., widow, 1 2, c 4, Stan-
bridge Ridge
Barnes George, 1 15, c 6, Mystic
Barron Fi-angois, 1 12, c 9, Stanbridge
Station
Barsalou Pierre, 1 28, c 6, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Bateheller Addison, 1 10, c 7, L Bed-
ford
Baxter George, trader, 1 7. c -i, U Bed-
ford
Beattie Andrew F., 1 22, c 2, Stan bury
Beattie George, 1 2-i, c 1, Farnham
Centre
Beattie Harvey, farmer and saw mill
owner, 1 21, c 3, Stanbury
Beattie Porter, postmaster and farmer,
1 24-, c 2, Stanbury
Bechard Julien, 1
13, c 8, Stanbridge
Station
Bedford Joseph, 1 23, c 9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Bedford Noel, 1 23, c 9, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Belanger
Francois, 1 6, c 5. U Bedford
B^langer J. B., 1 21, c 9,'St Charles
de Stanbridge
Belisle Alexandre, 1
7, c 10, Pike
Eiver
Belisle J. B., 1
17, c 7, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Beloin Moise, sen., 1 11, c
8,
Stan-
bridge Station
Benoit Benjamin, 1
1, c 1, Stanbridge
East
Benoit Damase, 1 19, c 8, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Benoit Salime, I
14, c 9, Stanbridge
Station
Berthiaume Antoine, 1 11, c 5, U Bed-
ford
Berthiaume
Jo.seph, 1 12, c 5, U Bed-
ford
Bertrand Simon, 1 16, c 5, North
Stanbridge
Bessette Uon, 1 28, e
9,
St Charles de
Stanbridi^e
Best Thomas, 1 20, c 3, North Stan-
bridge
Beurton Pierre, 1 4, c 8, L Bedford
Bissonnette Joseph, 1
24, c 4, North
Stanbridge
Bissonnette Moise, 1 19, c 9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Black Williani, 1 25, c 3, Stanbury
Blinn Charles E., 1
3, c 1,
Stanbridge
East
Blinn Hiram C, 1 4, c
1,
Stanbridge
East
Blinn Nathan M., 1
3, c 2, Stanbridge
East
Bockus Jeremiah E., 1 21, c 6, Mystic
Bockus John J., 1 23, c 7,
Mystic
Bockus Judson, 121, c 6, Mystic
Bockus Richmond, 1 23, c 7,
Mystic
Bockus Wellington, 1 23, c —, Mystic
Boivin Exure, 1 24, c 8,
St Charles de
Stanbridge
Bonneau Jacques, 128, c
9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Bonneau Marcel, 1 28, c
9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Bonneville Joseph, 1 24, c 8, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Boomhower Alonzo, 1 16, c 5, Mystic
Boomhower Horatio, 1 14, c 1, Pierce-
ton
Boomhower James, 1 22, c 6, Mystic
Boomhower Walter, 1 14, c 1, Pierce-
ton
Borden Mrs. James, widow, Stanbridge
East
Borden Wait C, 1 2, c 10, Stanbridge
Station
Bouchard Ephrem, 1 28, c 6, St Charles
do Stanbridge
Bouchard Jean, 1 22, c 9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Bouchard Joseph, 1 19, e 8,
St Charles
de Stanbridge
Bouchard Joseph, 1 24, c 9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Bouchard Louis, 1
9, c 8,
Stanbridge
Station
BouchtS Antoine, 1 21, c 1, Piercetoii
Bouche Napoldon, 1 25, c 7, St Charles
dc Stanbridge
Bouch^ Napoleon, 1 25, c 8, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Boudreau Alphonse, 1 23, c 5, North
Stanbridije
FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE TOWNSHIP OF STANBRIDGE. 183
Boudreau Joseph, 1 23, c 5, North
Stan bridge
Boadreau Pierre, 1 23, c 5, North
Stan bridge
Boudreau Pierre, 1 26, c 9, St Charles
de Stan bridge
Boudreau Thdodule, 1 23, c 5, North
Stan bridge
Bourgea Moi^e, 1 15, c
8, St Charles
de Stan bridge
Bourgeois Julien, 1 27, c 9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Boyer Joseph, 1 IT, e 8, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Brault Cj-rTlle, I 19, c 5, North Stan-
bridge
Brault Jules, farmer and biicklayer, 1
23, c
1,
Pierceton
Brault Laurent, 111, c 9, Stanbridge
Station
Brault Mrs. Olivier, widow, I 23, c
8,
St Charles de Stanbridge
Brault Pierre, 1 1-1, c 8, Stanbridge
Station
Brault William, 1 U, c 8, Stanbridge
Station
Brown George, 1 5, c 9, Stanbridge
Station
Brown James, 1 21, c 6, Mystic
BuUis Martin, farmer and boatman, 1
•1, c 11, Pike Purer
BuUis Ralph, boatman and farmer, 14
ell, Pike River
Burnett James, 1 12, c 1, Pierceton
Calvev Dan., 1 6, c
7,
Stanbridge Ridge
Camp''bell David, 1 27,
c
7, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Campbell Edward, 1 26, c 7, St Char-
les de Stanbridge
Campbell Emery, 1 10, c
9, Stanbridge
Station
Campbell Isaie, I 27, c 8, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Campbell Joseph, 1
10, c
9, Stanbridge
Station
Campbell Julien, I 26, c 7, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Campbell Narcisse, 1 10, c 9, Stan-
bridge Station
Campbell Thomas, I
2, c 8, St Armand
Station
Capsey James H., I
14, c 6, Mystic
Carriere Mrs., widow, I 15, c 8, St
Charles de Stanbridge
Carter Joseph, 1 3, c 8, Stanbridge
Station
Carter Mrs., wid, 121, c 1, Pierceton
Casey Benjamin, I 15, c 1, Pierceton
Chandler <'yrii, lumber meix-hant and
farmer, 1 12, c 3, Riceburg
Chandler Joseph, I 13, c 3, Riceburg
Chandler Mrs. C, widow, 1
2, c 12,
Riceburg
Charland Paul, 1
8, c 11, Pike River
Charpentier Alexis, 1
28, c 9, St Char-
les de Stanbridge
Charpentier Louis, 1 27, c 9, St Char-
les de Stanbridge
Charpentier Pierre, I 21, c
5, North
Stanbridge
Charron Eugene, I 17, c 5, North Stan-
bridge
Chartier Israel, 1 17, c 5, North Stan-
bridge
Chartier Joseph, I 18, c
5, North Stan-
bridge
Chevalier Joseph, I 20, o
9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Chevalier J. B., I
21, c
8, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Chevalier Selime, I
20, c 9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Chicoine John H., I 22, c 1, Pierceton
Chicoine Michel, I 23, c 1, Pierceton
Chilton George, I
4, c 9, Stanbridge
Station
Choiniere Jo.seph, 1
20, c 9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Choiniere Narcisse, 1 17, c 5, North
Stanbridge
Christler Henry, 1
20, c 2, Stanbury
Clafflin Gardner, I
19, c 1, Pierceton
Clayes George. 1 9, c
6, L Bedford
Collins Timothy, 1
20, c 1, Pierceton
Corey Caleb, Stanbridge
East
Corey Henry G.,
16, c 4,
Stanbridge
Ridge
Corey John H., 1 9, c 7, L Bedford
Corey Lindol, farmer and provincial
land
survej'or, 1 7, c 4,
Stanbridge
Ridge
Corey Luther,
J.P., 1
4, c 3, Stan-
bridge
Ridge
Corey Martin, I
6, c 7, L Bedford
Corey Matthew E., 1
7, c 5, U Bedford
Corey
Noble, I 4, c 3,
Stanbridge
Ridge
Corey" Reuben, I 13, c 2,
Riceburg
184 farmers' directory of the township op stanbridge.
Coriveau August!
n,
1 5, c 11, Pike
Kiver
C6t^ Charles, 1 18, c 9,
Malmaison
Cot^ Jean Baptiste, 12, c 12, Pike
River
Coulouatre J. B., 1 28, c 7,
St Charles
de Stanbridge
Couture Antoine, 1 6, c 6, L Bedford
Couture Edouard, 1 19, c 8, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Couture Julien, 1
2fi,
c 6,
St Charles
de Stanbridge
Couture Laurent, 1
6,
ell. Pike River
Couture Louis, 1 19, c 8,
St Charles
de Stanbridge
Couture Moise, 1 21, c 8, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Creller Edward, 1 3, c f^, L Bedford
Creller Jeremiah, 1 2, c
5,
L Bedford
Creller Rufue, 1 2, c 6, L Bedford
Crothers Amos, 1 1,
c 10,
Stanbridge
Station
Crothers Eobert, 1
2,
c 10, Stanbridge
Station
Crothers Robert H., 1
1,
c 10, Stan-
bridge Station
Currie Horatio N., 1 17, c 3,
North
Stanbridge
Cyr Jobeph, 1 10, c 6, Mystic
Daigneau Alexis, I
17, c"8, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Daigneau Alfred, 115, c 7,
St Charles
de Stanbridge
Daigneau Moise, 1 15, c 7,
St Charles
de Stanbridge
Dalph^ Frederick, 1 4, c 11,
Pike
Kiver
Dalphe Moise, 1 2, c 11, Pike River
Daudelin Abraham, 1 24, c 1,
Pierceton
Daudelin Alphonse, 121, c 3,
North
Stanbridge
Daudelin David, 1 24, c 1,
Pierceton
Daudelin J. Bte., 1 20, c 4,
^Jorth Stan-
bridge
Daudelin Olivier, 1 20, c 4,
North Stan-
bridge
Daudelin Toussaint, 1 25, c 1,
Pierceton
Davis George 1 1, c 4,
Stanbridge Ridge
Davis Mrs. N. , widow, 1
1,
c 4,
Stan-
bridge Easi
Davis William, 1 2, c
4,
Stanbridge
Ridge
Dewfbrges Abraham, 1 15, c 8, St
Charles de Stanbridge
Deline Rodger, 1 11, c 5, Ricebui*g
Demers Israel, 1
7, c 11, Pike River
Demers J. Bte., 1 19, c 6, Mystic
Depelteau Gilbert, 1 19, c9,StCharle»
de Stanbridge
Depelteau Jean B., 1 18, c 8, StCharles
de Stanbridge
Deragon Antoine, 111, c
9, Stanbridge
Station
Des Rivieres F. G., J. P., 1
15, c 9, Mal-
maison
Dion Antoine, 1 19, c 9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Dion Elz^ar, 1 20, c 9,
St Charles de
Stanbridge
Dion Severe, 1 19, c 9, St Charles do
Stanbridge
Dion Z^pliirin, 1 18, c 9,
St Charles
de Stanbridge
Douglas Miss Jane, 1
10, c 7,
Mystic
Douglas Mrs., widow, 1
12, c 8, L Bed-
ford
Duchaineau Emerie, 1
7, c 10, Pike
River
Duchaineau Jean B., 1
8, o 10, Pike
River
Duchaineau Joseph, 1
8, c 9, Stan-
bridge Station
Dufresne Simeon, 1
8, c
5,
Stanbridge
Ridge
Dunn Richard, 1
17, c 6, Mystic
Dupont Del phis, I 13, c 9, Stanbridge
Station
Dupont Vital, 1 13, c 9, Stanbridge
Station
Dupuis Alfred, 14, ell, Pike River
Durocher Venance, 1 25, c 4,
North
Stanbridge
Eaton Edward H., 1
9, c
2,
Stanbridge
East
Eden Ruben, 1 14, c 7, Stanbridge
Station
Edmunds James, 1 11, c 6, L Bedford
Edmunds Robert N., 1 11, c 6, L Bed-
ford
Edoin Antoine, 14, c 8, Stanbridge
Station
Edoin Gilbert, 1 4, c 8, Stanbridge
Station
Edoin Vital, 1 3, c 11, Pike River
Elliott John, 1 18, c 1, Pierceton
Elliott Robert, 1
19, o 1, Pierceton
Emond Louis, 1 12, c 10, Pike River
Ewing Fnincis, 1
14, c 10, Pike River
FABMERS' DIRECTORY OF THE TOWNSHIP OF STANBRIDQE. 185
Ewing George W., 1 10, o 10, Pike
River
Fairfield Samuel, 1 6, c 2, Stanbridge
East
Falcon Dominique, 1 7, c 11, Pike
River
Favreau Louis, 1
6, c 10, Pike Eiver
Fisher Charles A., 11, c 4,
Stanbridge
East
Fisher Orvil E., 1 1, c 4,
Stanbridge
East
Fleming ALonzo, 1 1, c 10, Pike River
J^'orgue Antoiue, 1 24, c 5,
North Stan-
bridge
Forgue Isaie, 1 24, c 5, North Stan-
bridge
Fortier J. Bte., 1 21, c
9,
St Charles
de Stanbridge
Fournier Charles, 1 12, c8, Stanbridge
Station
Fournier J. Bte., jun., 1 23, c 8, St
Charles de Stanbridge
Fournier J. Bte., sen., 1 8, c 12, Stan-
bridge Station
Fournier Napoleon, 1 22, c 7, St Char-
les de Stanbridge
Fraser William, 1 13, c 10, Pike River
Gabroiault Amable, 1 9, c 10, Pike
River
Gabroiault Leon, 1 28, c
7, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Gage Allan, 1 15, c 1, Stanbridge East
Gage John, 1
5, c
3,
Stanbridge East
Gage Nathaniel, 1 6, c 3, Stanbridge
East
Galer Wm., 1
24, e 3,
North Stanbridge
Galipeau D., 1
21, c 4, North Stanbridge
Galipeau Joseph, 1 21, cj9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Galipeau Noe, 1 18, c C, Mystic
Galipeau Pierre, 1 20, c 9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Gamache Clement, 1
18, c
9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Gamache Frangois, 1 17, c 8, St Char-
les de Stanbridge
Gamache Jos., 1
7^
c
2,
Stanbridge East
Gamache Luc, 1
22, c 7, Mystic
Gardner Cyrille, 1 16, c 2, Riceburg
Gardner Morency, 1
14, e 4, Riceburg
Gauthier Augustin, 1
7, c 11, Pike
River
Gauthier Timothe, 1
7, c 11, Pike
River
Gendreau Laurent, 1 24, c 4,
North
Stanbridge
Gervais Leon, 1 19,-20, c 8, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Getty Alfred, 1 19, c 1, Pierceton
Getty Ralph, 1 12, cl, Pierceton
Gibson Edwin, 1
3, c 10, Pike River
Godin Pierre, 1 16, c 8, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Gordon William II., 1 10, c
3,
Stan-
bridge East
Goudreau Dosith^, 1 13, c 5,
L Bedford
Goudreau Isaie, storekeeper and
tarmer, 1 19, c 6,
Mystic
Goudreau Joseph, Pike River
Goudreau Maurice, 1 16, c 6, Mystic
Goulet Louis, 1 20, c 6,
Mystic
Goyette Marcil, 1 8, c 11, Pike River
Granger Amable, 1 13, c 8,
Stanbridge
Station
Granger Muthurin, 1
13, c 8,
Stanbridge
Station
Guertin Theophile, 1 18, c 6,
Mystic
Guiilotte Etienne, 1 25, c 5,
.North
Stanbridge
Guiilotte Louis, 1 18, c 6, Mystic
Guiilotte Octave, 1 21, c 5, N"orth
Stanbridge
Gustin Silas D,, 1 7, c 6, L Bedford
Hall John, 1 13, c 1,
Pierceton
Hall John J., 1 17, c 1, Pierceton
Hamel Frederick, 1 19, c 6,
Mystic
Hamel Napoleon, 1 17 and 18, c
8, St
Charles de Stanbridge
Hancock James, 1 27, c 6, L Bedford
Harris Alonzo R., 1
7, c 3,
Stanbridge
East
Harris Mervin M., 1
7, c 3, Stanbridge
East
Hase James, 1 28, c 4,
Haseville
Hase Thomas, 1 28, c 3,
Haseville
Hastings Heman A., 1
5, c 8, Stan-
bridge Station
Hauver Benjamin, 1 10, c 8,
Stanbridge
Station
Hauver Chester E., 1 17, c
7,
St Char-
les de Stanbridge
Hauver Hiram, 1 14, c 9,
Stanbridge
Station
Hauver John, 1
3, c 6, L Bedford
Hauver Robert, 1 19, c 7,
St Charles
de Stanbridge
Hawkins Samuel, 1 20, c 4, North
Stanbridge
186 FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE TOWNSHIP OF STANBRIDGE.
Hawle}' John, 1
4, c 3,
Stanbridge East
Hitchcock Peter, 1 3 and
4, c 9, Stan-
bridge Station
Hebert Magloire, I
3, c 1,
Stanbridge
East
Hodge George, 1 10, c 3,
Stanbridge
East
Hodge Lorenzo, 1 18, c 7, Pierceton
Hodge William, 1 10, c
2, Stanbridge
East
Eogle A. D. F., 1 2, c 9, Stanbridge
Station
Holloway Thomas, 1
5, c 2. Stanbridge
East
Holmes AVilliam, 1 4. c
7,
L Bedford
Hungerford Homer H., farmer and
wheelwright, 1 1, c 9, Stanbridge
Hungerford Sanjuel, 1 26, c 5, Haseville
Hunter David, 1 24, c
3, Stanbury
Hunter John, 1 24, c 2, Stanbury
Hunter Kobert, I L'8, c 2, Stanbury
Hutchins John, 1 16, c 1, Pierceton
Irish Elias, 1 17, c 3, Riceburg
Jamoson James, 1 19, c 3, Riceburg
Jenkins Byron, 1 11, c
4, Eiceburg
Jenkins JMarcellus, 1 11, c 4, Riceburg
Jenkins Prentice L., 1 11, c 4, Rice-
burg
Johnson Charles, 15, c 2, Stanbridge
East
Johnson Dorwin, 1
5, c 1, Stanbridge
East
Johnson Edson S., 1 5, c 2, Stanbridge
East
Johnson Hadlej', 1
5, c 2, Stanbridge
East
Johntjon John W., 1
11, c 2, Stanbridge
East
Johnson Noah, 1 2, c 1,
Standbridge
East
Johnson Samuel, 1
4,
c 2, Standbridge
East
Johnson Theodore, mechanic, 1
27, c
2,
Riceburg
Jolin Hubert, painter, 1 2, c 10, Stan-
bridge Station
Jones Andrew, 1 1, c 5, L Bedford
Jones Edwin W., i
4, c 5,
L Bedford
Jones George H., I 1, c 6, L Bedford
Jones Oscar S., 1
8, c 2, Stanbury
Jones Thomas, 1 17, c 2, Pierceton
Juarre Edouard, 1 16, c 7, Mystic
Juurre J. Bte,, 1 16, c
7,
Mjstic
Juarre Jean Marie, 1 1
6,
c 7, Mystic
Juarre Moise, 1 16, c 7, Mystic
Kennedy George, 1 26, c
2, Stanbridge
East
Kennedy Lester, 1
27, c 3, North
Stanbridge
Kennedy William, 1 26, c2, Stanbury
Keroack Louis, 1 10, c 8, Stanbridge
Station
Knight David B., 1 10, c 4. Stanbridge
East
Knight Edmund C, 1
9, c 4,
Stan-
bridge East
Knight Page, 1
23, c 2, Stanbridge
East
Labrecque Pierre, 1 27, c 5,
North
Stanbridge
Lachapelle Olivier, 1
3, c 11, Pike
River
Lacoste Leon, 1 16, c 8, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Lacoste Wilfred, 1 21, c
8, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Lafleur Seraphin, 1 19, c 6, Mystic
Lafontaine Sjdvestre, 15, c 4, Stan-
bridge East
Lagasse Pierre, 1 8, c 11, Pike River
Lague Joseph, 1 22, c
9,
St Charles de
Stanbridge
Lamothe Jean B., 1
5,
c 10, Pike River
Lamothe Louis, 1
6, c 10, Stanbridge
Station
Lamourexix Frangois, 1 21, c
4,
North
Stanbridge
Lamoureux Hubert, 1 22, c 4,
North
Stanbridge
Lamoureux Michel, 1 22, c 4, North
Stanbridge
Lamoureux Napoleon, 1 23, c 4, North
Stanbridge
Lamoureux Vital, jun., 1 22, c4, North
Stanbridge
Lamoureux Vital, 1 26, c 4, North
Stanbridge
Landry J. Bte., 1 16, c 7, Mystic
Landry Julien, 1 11, c 8, Stanbridge
Station
Landzy Louis, 1 8, c 9, Stanbridge
Station
Lanier Berthelami, 1
5, c 9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Lanier Selime, 1
25, c 9,
St Charles de
Stanbridge
FARMERS DIRECTORY OP THE TOWNSHIP OF STANBRIDGE. 187
Lanoue Joseph, 1 23, c 8, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Lanoue Medard, 1 22, c 8,
St Charles
de Stanbridge
Lapointe J. Bte., 1 10, c 10, Pike Eiver
Lapointe Louis, 1 8, c 8,
Stanbridge
Station
Laporte Joseph, 1 20, c 5,
Xorth Stan-
bridge
Lareau Antoine, 1 4, c 11,
Pike River
Lareau Fran9ois, I 3, c 1
1,
Pike Eiver
Lareau Joseph, 1 21, c 9, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Lareau J. Bte., 1 3, c 11, Pike River
Lareau Selime, 1 22, c 9, St Charles de
Stan bridge
Larochelle Joseph Isaie, 1 5, c 10, Pike
Eiver
Larochelle Paul, 1 17, c 8, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Lebeau Joseph, 1 13, c 8, Stanbridge
Station
Leduc Avila, 1
9, c 8, L Bedford
Lefort Honors, 1 19, c 5, North Stan-
bridge
Lefort Joseph, 1 19, c 5, Xorth Stan-
bridge
Leggett James, 1 28, c 1, Pierceton
Lent David, 1 11, c 5,
Eiceburg
Lord Isrum, 1
7, c 11, Pike Eiver
Malhiot Joseph, 1 19 and 20, c 8, St
Charles de Stanbridge
Marchesseau Francois, 1 15, c 8, Stan-
bridge Station
Marier Xarcisse, 1
4, c 11, Pike River
jMartin Henry, 1
5, c 7,
L Bedford
Martin Jonas, 1
5, c 7, L Bedford
Martin Eichard, 1 7, c 6, L Bedford
Martin Rufus, 1
6, c 7, L Bedford
Martindale A., 13, c -4, Stanbridge
East
Martindale A., 1 10, c 7, Stanbridge
Ridge
Martindale Ari, 1 5, c 4, Stanbridge
Eidge
Martindale Azro, 1 3, c 3, Stanbridge
Ridge
Martindale Chester W., 13, c 3,
Stan-
bridge Ridge
Martindale Curtis, 1
4, c 4,
Stanbridge
Ridge
Martindale Florian, piano and organ
agent, 1 7, c 4, Stanbridge Eidge
Martindale Hiram, 1 3, c 4, Stan-
bridge Ridge
Martindale John, 1
4, c 4, Stanbridge
Ridge
Martindale Noble, 1
3,
c 4, Stanbridge
Ridge
McAleer Barnev. 1 7, c 7. L Bedford
McAleer John,
\1, c 7, L Bedford
McAleer Joseph, school teacher and
farmer, 1
7, c 6, L Bedford
McAleer Reynolds, 1 8, c 6, L Bedford
McCabe John, 1 26, c 3,
Stanbury
McCarty Henry, 1
7,
c 8,
Stanbridge
Station
McCarty Lester, 1 6, c 9,
Stanbridge
Station
McCarty Ralph, 1
1, c 9, Stanbridge
Station
McGarry Peter, 1
3, c 7, L Bedford
McGovern Patrick, 1 8, c 4,
Stanbridge
Eidge
Mcintosh John, laborer, 1 13, c 3,
Riceburg
McN'amara Edward, 1 6, c 4, Stan-
bridge East
Mehnlay John F., 1 18, c 4, North
Stanbridge
Melady Philip, farmer and pedlar, 1
18. c 4, North Stanbridge
Messier Edouard, 1 19 and 20, c 8, St
Charles de Stanbridge
Messier Francois, 1 19 and 20, c 8, St
Charles de Stanbridge
Messier Joseph, 1 15, c 8,
Stanbridge
Station
Messier Louis, 1 19 and 20, c 8, St
Charles de Stanbridge
Methee xMoise, 1 12, c 9, Stanbridge
Station
Methee Mrs. J. Bte., widow, 1 11, c
9,
Stanbridge Station
Metivier Hebert, 1 5. c 11, Pike River
Miller Bethuel, 1
7, c 8,
Stanbridge
Station
Miller Charles, 1 12, c 10, Pike Eiver
Miller George, 1 14, c 10, Pike River
Miller Luke, 1 14, c 10,
Pike River
Molleur Alfred, 1 4, c 12, Pike River
Molleur Joseph, 1
4, c 12, Pike Eiver
Molleur Pierre, 1 6, c 10, Pike Eiver
Molleur Eegis, 1
7, c 11, Pike River
Molleur Theodore, 1 4, c 11, Pike River
Monaghau Francis, sen., 1 1, c 2, Stan-
bridge East
188 farmers' directory op the township of stanbridge.
Monaghan James, 1 4, c 2,
Stanbridge
East
Monaghan Matthew, 1
3, c 2, Stan-
bridge East
Montle Chauncey, 1
7,
c 9,
Stanbridge
Station
Montle James Melvin, 16, c 9,
Stan-
bridge Station
Montle' John F., 1
7,
c
9,
Stanbridge
Station
Montplaisir Joseph, 1 28, c 3,
Hase-
ville
Moore Eobert, 1
1, c 6,
L Bedford
Moquin Israel, 1 21, c 9, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Moquin Raphael, 1 14, c 4, Stanbridge
Station
Morgan Edward, jun., 1 4, c 9,
Stan-
bridge Station
Morgan Edward J., 1
1, c 9,
Stanbridge
Station
Morin Etienne, 121, c 8, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Morin John G., 1 11, c 5,
L Bedford
Morin Treffle, 1 22, c 9, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Morris John, 1 25, c 7,
St Charles de
Stanbridge
Morris WiUiam, 1 24, c 7,
St Charles
de Stanbridge
Murray James, blacksmith, 1
7, c
4,
Stanbridge East
Neveu Moise, 1 3. c 8,
Stanbridge Sta-
tion
Noel Christophe, 1 23, c. 9,
St Charles
de Stanbridge
Noel Frangois, 1 23, c 9, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Noel Joseph, 1 23, c 9, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Normandin Isa'ie, 1 25, c 8, St Chai'les
de Stanbridge
O'Dell John H., brick maker and
fiarmer, 1
8, c 2,
Stanbridge East
O'Dell Luke M.,
17, c 1,
Stanbridge
Kast
O'Dell Wm. A., 1 7,c 1,
Stanbridge East
Oily John, laborer, 1 4, c 4, Stanbridge
East
Page Parker, 1 18, c 6, Mystic
Palmer Lyman K., carriagemaker and
farmer, 1 8, c 2, Stanbridge East
Paquette Edouard, 1 17, c 5, North
Stanbridge
Paradis Charles, 1 26, c 7, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Pariseau Pierre, 1 15, c 9, Stanbridge
Station
Patenaude J. Bte., 1 24, c
7, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Pendleberry George, 1 27, c 2, Stan-
bury
Pendleberry James, 1 14, c 6, Mystic
Pepin J. Bte., mason, 1 17, c 5, North
Stanbridge
Perc}' Francis, jun., 1 11, c 11, Pike
River
Percy James, 1 10, c 10, Pike River
Perrault Michel, 1 28, c 6, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Perreault Miles, 1
5, c 8,
L Bedford
Perrault Peter, 1 5, c 7, L Bedford
Perry Harlow, 1 12 and 13, c 2, Kice-
burg
Perry Horace, 1 12, c 2, Riceburg
Perry John, 1 12 and 13, c 2, Ricebui-g
Phaneuf David, 1 26, c 7, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Phelps A, D.,^1 17, c 4, North Stan-
bridge
Phelps^ J. W., 1
6, c 2,
Stanbridge East
Phelps John B., 1 10, c 10, Pike Eiver
Pinkbam Charles, Stanbridge East
Pinsonneault Theophile, 1 18, c
7,
Mystic
Plante Basile, 1 21, c 9,
St Charles de
Stanbridge
Plante Filias, 1 25, c 6, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Plante Francois, miller and farmer^
1 20, c 9,
Malmaison
Plante Henry, 1 21, c 5, North Stan-
bridge
Plante^Henry, 1 21, c 5,
North Stan-
bridge
Poirier Benoni, 1 25, c 7,
St Charles de
Stanbridge
Poirier Joseph, I 10, c 5, L Bedford
Poirier J. Bte., I
27, c 7,
St Charles
de Stanbridge
Poirier J. Bte., jun., 1 10, c 5, L Bed-
ford
Poirier J. Bte., sen., 1 14, c 8, Stan-
bridge Station
Poirier Marcel, I 9, c 10,
Pike River
Poissant D^sir^, 1 4, o 10, Pike River
Poissant Marcil, 1 1, c 11, Pike River
FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE TOWNSHIP OF STANBRIDGE. 189
Porter Frank, laborer, 1 18, c 3,
Xorth
Stanbridge
Porter William, 1 28, c 2, Stanburv
Powers George, 1 2, c 7,
L Bedford
Pratt Charles, 1 20, c 1,
Pierceton
Primmerman George, 12, c 6,
L Bed-
ford
Proctor Charles J., 1 16, c 7. Mystic
Provost William, 1 28, c 5,
North Stan-
bridge
Provost Leon, 1 21, c
9,
St Charles de
Stan bridge
Eabidoux Epiphane, 1 5, c 2, Stan-
bridge East
Eacine Alexis, 1 16, c 7,
Mystic
Bacine Edouard, 1 25, c 9, St Charles
de Stan bridge
Eacine Isaie, 1 16, c 7,
Mystic
Rainville Felix, 1 27, c
9,
St Charles
de Stanbridge
Rainville Timothd, 1 22, c 9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Raymond Joseph, 1 28, c 5,
North
Stanbridge
Eeid James, 1 20, c 6,
Mystic
Reid Joseph, 1 12, c 3,
Riceburg
Eemillard Alexandre, 1 22, c
7,
St
Charles de Stanbridge
R^millard Hubert, 1 24, c 9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Reynolds Emerson J., 1 14, c 2, Rice-
burg
Reynolds Rodney C, 1
1, c 7, L Bed-
ford
Rhicard David H., 1
4,
c 13, Stanbridge
East
Rhicard Josephus, 1 6, c 4,
Stanbridge
Ridge
Rhicard Samuel F., farmer and
butcher, 1 8, c 2, Stanbridge East
Rice A. W. C, farmer, grist and saw
mill owner, 1 2, c 10, Pike River
Robert Antoine, 1 18, c 5, North Stan-
bridge
Robert CjTille, 1 27, c 7, North Stan-
bridge
Robert Felix, 1 19, c 4, ^'orth Stan-
bridge
Robert Maxime, 1 23, c 9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Robinson William, 1
24, c 1, Pierceton
Robinson William G., 1 25, c 1. Pierce-
ton
Rocheleau Damase, 1 2, c 10, Pike
River
Rocheleau Francois, 1 2, c 11, Pike
River
Rocheleau Henri, 1 3, c 11, Pike River
Rocheleau Hubert, 1 9, c 10, Pike
River
Rocheleau Joseph, 1
5, c 10, Pike River
Rocheleau Louis, 1 4, c 10, Pike River
Rocheleau Pierre, 1
4, c 10, Pike River
Rogers —
,
1 12, c 3, Riceburg
Roders William, 1 14, c 2, Riceburg
Rolland Francois, 1 10. c 7, L Bedford
Ross William, North Stanbridge
Rousscl Edouard, 1 22, c 9, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Eoussel Mo'ise, 1 23, c 9, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Russell Alfred, 1 11, c 4,
North Stan-
bridge
Russell Alfred K., 1 11, c 3. Riceburg
Russell Edward, 1 21, c 4,
North Stan-
bridge
Russell Ernest, 1 21, c 4,
North Stan-
bridge
Rfissell George, fiirmer and butcher,
1 12, c 6, Riceburg
Russell Hamilton, 1 1, c 12, Pike
River
Russell Jeremiah, 1 15, c 3, Riceburg
Salford John. 1
7, c 2. Stanbridge East
Samson Joseph, 1
24, c 7, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Sanderson David, 1 17, c 2,
Piei-ceton
Sargent Benjamin, 1 18, c 1,
Pierce-
ton,
Sawyer Andrew, 1 15, c 5,
North Stan-
bridge
Sawyer Joseph, 1 IS, c 3,
North Stan-
bridge
Sawyer Robert, 1 18, c 3,
North Stan-
bridge
Scagel Anson, Stanbridge East
Scagel Jacob, 1 12, c 3, Riceburg
Schoolcraft James, 1 —, c 7, L Bed-
ford
Schoolcraft Myron, 1 19, c 4, North
Stanbridge
Schoolcraft Silas, 1 19, c 2,
Stanbury
Scott Freeman, 1
27, c 3. Haseville
Scott William W., 1 26, c 4, Haseville
Senesac Levi, 1
3, c 11, Pike River
Shelters Alden F., 1 5, c 9,
Stanbridge
Station
190 FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE TOWNSHIP OF STANBRIDGE.
Shelters Alonzo, 1 5, c 8, L Bedford
Shelters Allen, 1
4, c 7,
L Bedford
Shelters Ashley, 1 5, c 7,
L Bedford
Shelters Hanibal, 1
6, c 7, L Bedford
Short Charles, 1 23, c 2,
Stanbury
Short Henry Martin, 1 23, c 2,
Stan-
bury
Simard J. Bte., 1 19, c 4,
North Stan-
bridge
Skeels Mrs. Alfred, widow, 1 10, c
8,
L Bedford
Smith Addison, 1 13, c 5,
L Bedford
Smith Albert, 1 13, c 5, L Bedford
Smith Harvey, 1 25, c 2,
Pierceton
Smith Herbert H., 1 25, c 2, Pierceton
Smith Joseph, 1 19, c 4,
North Stan-
bridge
Smith Loftus J., 1 24, c 3,
North
Stanbridge
Smith Luther L., 1
11, c 10, Pike Kiver
Smith Marvin, 1 13, c 6,
L Bedford
Snyder Lastin, farmer, cheese manu-
facturer, president Missis(juoi Coun-
ty Agricultural Society, 1 3, c 8, L
Bedford
Sornberger Rodney, 1 8, c 4,
Stan-
bridge East
Sornberger Samuel H., 1
8, c 4,
Stan-
bridge East
Soles Alvin, 1 11, c
4,
Riceburg
Soles Timothy, 1 11, c 4,
Eiceburg
Spear Henry, 1 13, c 10, Pike River
Spears Joel E., farm laborer, 118, c 1,
Pierceton
Spoor Morey, 1 27, c 3,
Haseville
Stanley "Frederick M., 1 11, c 5,
Eice-
burg
Stanton Gardner G., 1 1, c3, Stanbridge
Eidge
Stanton "William, 1
1, c 3,
Stanbridge
Eidge
Steel Daniel, 1 23, c
3,
Stanbury
Stevens Andrew, 1 13, c 7, L Bedford
Stevens Ariel, 1 12, c 7, L Bedford
Stinehour William, 1
12, c 7,
L Bed-
ford
Stokham Alfred, 1
3,
c 9,
Stanbridge
Station
Stockwell Calvin, 1 18, c 1,
Pierceton
Stockwell Moses, 1 20, c 2,
Stanbury
Stone A, M., postmaster, farmer and
insurance agent, 1 16, c 4,
North
Stanbridge
Stone Charles C, 1 17, c 6, Mystic
Stone Leonard, 1 18, c 4, North Stan-
bridge
St Denis Pierre, 1 19 and 20, c
8^
St Charles de Stanbridge
St Jean Joseph, 1 16, c 1, Pierceton
Suggett George, 1 15, c
5, Mystic
Sweet David V., 1
18, c 2, Pierceton
Sweet Major, 1 18, c 2, Pierceton
Sweet Wilmot, 1 11, c 3, Eiceburg
Taylor Eldrid J., 1
5, c 6, L Bedford
Taylor Roger, 12,2, c 3,
Stanbury
Taylor SmUh, 1 21, c 2,
Stanbury
Taylor William, 1
5, c 6, L Bedford
Ten Eyck Henry, 1
1, c 4, Stanbridge
East
Tetreault Antoine, 1 24, c
9, St Char-
les de Stanbridge
Tetreault Richard, 1 24, c 9, St Char-
les de Stanbridge
Therien Eusebe, 1
8, c 8, Stanbridge
Station
Thdrien Joseph, 1
8, c 24, Pike River
Therien Lazaire, 1
8, c 10, Pike Eiver
Therien Pierre, 1 18, c 9,
St Charles de
Stanbridge
Thibeault David, 1
21, c 5,
North Stan-
bridge
ThibeaultNarcisse, 1
21,
c 7, St Charles
de Stanbridge
Thompson John, 114, c 3, North Stan-
bridge
Thompson William, 1 14, c 4,
North
Stanbridge
Thuot Louis, 1 14, c 9, Stanbridge
Station
Titus Paul D., 1
1,
c^l, Stanbridge East
Tougas Alexis, 1
7, c 11, Pike Eiver
Tougas Alexis, 1 8, c 10, Pike Eiver
Tougas Ambroise, 1 14, c 8,
Stanbridge
Station
Tougas Hilaire, 14, c 11, Pike Eiver
Tougas Julien, 1
7, c 10,
Pike River
Tree Daniel C., HI, c 2,
Stanbridge
East
Tree George, 1 11, c 2,
Stanbridge East
Truiix Leonard, 1 24, c 3,
Stanburj'-
Truax Richard, 1 23, c 4,
Haseville
Tucker Danl, 1
11, c 1,
Stanbridge East
Tucker Henry, 1 11, c 1,
Stanbridge
East
Unwin John, 1 11, c 6, U Bedford
Unwin John L, 1 11, c 6, U Bedford
Unwin William, 1 11, c 5,
U Bedford
TARMERS' DIRECTORY OF THE PARISH OF NOTRE DAME DES ANGES. 191
Vanantwerp James, 1 4, c 2, Stan-
bridge East
Vance Thomas, 1 7, c 4,
Stanbridge
Ridge
Vaughan David, 1 2, c 4, Stanbridge
East
Vaughan David, 1 17, c 6,
Mystic
Vaughan David Nelson, 1 19, c 5,
Mystic
Vaughan Edwin, 1 24, c 7,
Mystic
Vaughan John, 1-24, c 7,
Mystic
Vaughan Rodger, 1 25, c 5, Mystic
Wanzer Moses, 1 12, c 6, Mystic
Watson Charles, 1 20, c 7, Mystic
Watson Charles E., 1 28, c 7, Mystic
AVatson David, 1 12, c 6,
Mystic
Watson John, 1 21, c 7,
Mystic
AYelch Frank, 1 12, c 3, Rlceburg
Welch Joseph, 1 12, c 4,
Eiceburg
V/ells Hale, 1
5, c 4. Stanbridge Ridge
Wells William, 1 5, c 4,
Stanbridge
Ridge
Westover Albert, 1
1, c
1,
Stanbridge
Ridge
Westover Wm, 1
9,
cl, Stanbridge East
Whitman C, 1 26, c 1,
Pierceton
Whitman Henry Nelson, 1
3,
c
1,
Stan.
bridge East
Whitman Xoah, 1 21, c 1,
Pierceton
Whitman Zeno V., 1
3, c 1,
Stanbridge
East
Wightman Thomas, 1
13, c 2,
Riceburg
Wightman William, 1 2,c3, Stanbridge
East
Wilson George, teamster and fiirmer,
1 11, c 6, L Bedford
Wright James E., 1 11, c 1,
Stanbridge
East
FARMERS' DIRECTORY
OF THE MUXICIPALITV OF THE WEST PA"RT OF THE
Parish of Notre Dame des Anges de Stanbridge^
ly THE SEIGMORY OF SAISKEVOIS,
GIVING THE POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
All names, not otherwise designated, are those of farmers.
The place following the name is the post office address.
There are no post offices in this municipality; the nearest are St. Charles de
Stanbridge, Malmaison and Pike River,
Alexandre David, J. P.,
Malmaison
Alexandre Napoleon, Malmaison
Baker William, Malmaison
Bechard Joseph, Malmaison
Blakely Edward, Pike River
Bouchard Joseph, St Charles de Stan-
bridge
Bouchard J. Etc., St Charles de Stan-
bridge
Bourdeau Antoine, Malmaison
Boudreau Joseph, Malmaison
Boudreau Pierre, Malmaison
Bourdon George, laborer, Malmaison
Breault Julien, Malmaison
Burnell C. A., Pike River
Christien Alarie, laborer, Malmaison
Cotd Charles, Malmaison
Cote Paul, Malmaison
Cote Pierre, Malmaison
Cote Timothe, Malmaison
Courtemanche Alfred, St Charles de
St;in bridge
Courtemanche Jeremie, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Ci"0tliers James, farmer, saw mill
owner, lumber merchant and mayor
of the Municipality, Malmaison
Dagesse Julien, jun., Malmaison
l^agesse Julien, sen., Malmaison
Dandurand Germain, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Dandurand J. Bte., St Charles de Stan-
bridge
Dandurand Treffld, St Charles de Stan-
bridge
Duquette Hypolite, Malmaison
Duquette Jacques, jun., Malmaison
Duquette Joseph, Malmaison
Farrell John, 5lalmaison
Farrell William, Malmaison
192 FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE PARISH OP ST. ARMAND EAST.
Fraser William, Pike River
Galipeau Alphonse, St Charles de Stan-
bridge
Galipeaii Charles, St Charles de Stan-
bridge
Galipeau Jules, St Charles de Stan-
bridge
Galipeau Pierre, jun., St Charles de
Stan bridge
Galipeau Pierre, sen., St Charles de
Stanbridge
Gazaille Charles, Malmaison
Giboleau Edouard, St Charles de Stan-
bridge
Goudreau Thomas, Malmaison
Hamel Flavien, St Charles de Stan-
bridge
Hanigan David, merchant, Malmaison
Hanigan John, Malmaison
Hanigan Patrick, Malmaison
Hanigan William, merchant, Mal-
maison
Hebert Pierre, St Charles de Stan-
bridge
Hebert Sobel, Malmaison
Labrecque Pierre, St Charles de Stan-
bridge
Lafrenais Gardien, merchant, Mal-
maison
Laplante David, Malmaison
Laplante George, Malmaison
Laplante Moise, Malmaison
Lareau Joseph, St Charles de Stan-
bridge
Leblanc David, Malmaison
Leblanc Joseph, Malmaison
Lebrecque Ambroise, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Lord Moise, Malmaison
Menard Bernard, laborer, Malmaison
Menard Zephirin, laborer, Malmaison
Morin Frangois, jun., St Charles de
Stanbridge
Morin Francois, sen., St Charles de
Stanbridge
Nolin Edouard, St Charles de Stan-
bridge
Perreault Michel, jun., St Charles de
Stanbridge
Perreault Michel, sen., retired, St
Charles de Stanbridge
Poirier Alarie, Malmaison
Poirier Joseph, Malmaison
Poirier Olivier, retired, Malmaison
Polander Napoleon, St Charles de
Stanbridge
Provost Toussaint, Malmaison
Racine Edouard, St Charles de Stan-
bridge
Roussel Edouard, St Charles de Stan-
bridge
Senesac Joseph, jun., Malmaison
Senesac Joseph, sen., Malmaison
Simard Narcisse, Malmaison
Speai's Henry, Pike Eiver
Therien Alexandre, laborer, Mal-
maison
Th(5rien Joseph, laborer, Malmaison
Therien Pierre, merchant, Malmaison
Wehr Charles, Malmaison
FAEMERS' DIRECTORY
OF THE
PARISH OF ST. ARMAND EAST,
GIVING THE NAME, LOT AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
The Parish is divided by an imaginarjMine running north and south, six miles
being west, and four east of this line, from which lots are numbered west
and east respectively.
The post offices in the Parish are Abbott's Corner, Frelighsburg, North Pin-
nacle and St. Armand Centre.
The name of the village following name and lot is the post office address.
All names not otherwise designated are those of flirmers.
Abbreviations u.sed : E, east; 1, lot; w, west.
farmers' directory of the parish of ST. ARMAND EAST. 193
Abbott E. B., 1 6 e, Abbott's Corner
Abbott Mrs. Chauncey C, widow, I 5 e,
Abbott's Corner
Allen Herman (2nd), 111 w, Frclighs-
burg
Ames Asel, laborer, 1 4G e, Abercorn
Ano Joseph, laborer, 1 12 e, Abbott's
Corner
Arras J. E., 1 47 e, Abercorn
Arms Morey D., 1 45 e, Kichford, U.S.
Arms M. L., 1 45 e, Abercorn
Arms rev. A. L., 1 45 e, Abercorn
Armstrong Alexander, 1 1 e, Abbott's
Corner
Ashton J. B., laborer, 1 41 w, Fre-
lighsburg
Ayer G. ^Y., 1 17 w, Frelighsburg
Barnes Vinten, postmaster, 1 42 e,
North Pinnacle
Barnum R. R., 1 7 e, Abbott's Corner
Benoit A., 1 16 w, Frelighsburg
Benoit Antoine, 1 21 w, 'Frelighsburg
Benoit John, laborer, 1 10 w, Frelighs-
burg
Benoit Levi, 1 19 w
Bomhour Nelson, laborer, 1 75 w. Pi-
geon Hill
Bridge A. E., 1 4 e, Abbott's Corner
Bridge E. W., 1 25 w, Frelighsburg
Bridge O. E., 1 23 w, Frelighsburg
Bridge S. K., 1 26 w, Frelighsburg
Brooks Charles H., 1 24 e, Abbott's
Corner
Barley A. H., plasterer, 1 77 w. Pigeon
Hill
Barley Stephen, plasterer and farmer,
177 w, Pigeon Hill
Burns G., 1 53 e. North Pinnacle
Calhoun R. A., 1 52 e, North Pinnacle
Calhoun Wm. J., 1 8 w, Frelighsburg
Callaghan Arthur, 1 66 w, Frelighs-
burg
Callaghan Wm, 1 66 w, Frelighsburg
Carpenter Edwin, 1 5 e, Abbott's Cor-
ner
Carpenter Mrs. E. M., widow, post-
mistress, 1 4 e, Abbott's Corner
Chadburn George, 1 3 e, Abbott's
Corner
Chadburn G. E., bailiff, preventive offi-
cer and farmer, 1 30 e^ ^orth Pin-
nacle
Chadsey H. E., carriage maker and
farmer, 1 53 w, Frelighsburg
Chamberlin J., M.D., and farmer, 1 18
w, Frelighsburg
Chamberlin N. K., 1 34 w, Frelighs-
burg
Claire Robert, miller, 1 42 w, Frelighs-
burg
Clapper John, 1 51 w, St Armand
Centre
Clark A. B., 1 21 e, Frelighsburg
Clark A. W., 1 21 e, Frelighsburg
Clark Alva M., 1 21 e, Frelighsburg
Clark Hamilton, 1 49 e, Albereorn
Clark Hanson, 1 34 e, Richford, U. S.
Clark Mrs. J., widow, 145 e, Richford,
U. S.
Cleveland W. W., 1 21 e, Frelighsburg
Colton James, 1 28 w, Frelighsburg
Comstock E. M., 1 47 e, Abercorn
Comstock H. S., 1 4 e, Abbott's Corner
Cook C. A., laborer, 1 17 e, Abbott's
Corner
Cook Stephen E., laborer, 1 16 e, Ab-
bott's Corner
Copeland James, laborer, 1 8 w, Fre-
lighsburg
Cott^John, shoemaker, 1 45 e, Rich-
ford, U.S.
Courtomanche Joseph, 1 24 e, Abbott's
Corner
Courteraanche Joseph, laborer, 1 9 w,
Frelighsburg
Courtemanche Joseph, laborer, 1 21 w,
Frelighsburg
Cowan Bennet, 1 53 e. North Pinnacle
Cowan Henr}', 1 5i e. North Pinnacle
Crawford Mrs. J., widow, 1 54 e, North
Pinnacle
Cammings Henry, I 8 e, Frelighsburg
Cyr David, 1 17 w, Frelighsburg
Dallas Robert, 1 2 w, Abbott's Corner
Davis W. H., 1 11 e, Frelighsburg
Dean Calvin^ 1 70 w, St Armand Sta-
tion
Demarrer Peter, laborer, 1 49 w, St
Armand Centre
Deming Alpheus, 1 20 e. North Pinna-
cle
Doming C. A., 1 20 e, Frelighsburg
Deming M. J., J.P., 1 20 e, North Pin-
nacle
Demore Peter, blacksmith, 1 60 w, St
Armand Centre
Dow John, laborer, 1 43 w, Frelighs-
burg
19-4
FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE PARISH OP ST. ARMAND EAST.
Draper Benjamin, 1 35 w, Frelighs-
barg
Ducharme Paschal, laborer, 1 65 w,
Frelighsburg
Dunning B. B., retired, 1 29 \v, Fre-
lighsburg
Dwjer Mrs. P., widow, 1 4 e, Abbott's
Corner
Eccles S. B., 1 56 w, St Armand Cen-
tre
Ferres J. T., carj^enter, 1 19 e, North
Pinnacle
Ferres J. W., 1 19 e, North Pinnacle
Freeal Peter, laborer, 1 44 w, Frelighs-
burg
Freman Otis, 1 19 w, Frelighsburg
Gareauon Paul, 1 21 w, Frelighsburg
Gibney Thomas, 1 46 e, Abereorn
Gibson Charles, 1 47 e, North Pinnacle
Giddings Thomas, laborer, 1 42 e,
North Pinnacle
Gilman B., laborer, I 35 e, Abereorn
Glidden Benjamin, laborer, 1 49 w, St
Armand Centre
Godin Jules, laborer, 1 31 w, Frelighs-
burg
Goodhue Francis, 1 24 w, Frelighs-
burg
Goodhue Joseph, 1 4 e, Abbott's Cor-
ner
Goodhue Lewis, 1 23 e, Abbott's Cor-
ner
Goodhue Peter, 1 3 e, Abbotfs Corner
Goodre Alphonse, laborer, 1 56 w, St
Armand Centre
Goyette Joseph, 1 27 w, Frelighsburg
Green Gardner, 1 50 w, St Armand
Centre
Grice K. S., 1 3 w, Frelighsburg
Grice W. E., 1 3 w, Frelighsburg
I lagan John, 1 12 w, Frelighsburg
Hagan William, 1 12 w, Frelighsburg
Harvey Bernard, retired, 1 44 e. North
Pinnacle
Harvey Edward, 1 44 e. North Pinna-
cle
Harvey E. L., 1 14 e, Abbott's Corner
Hazax'd Nelson, 1 48 e, Abereorn
Hibbard Ashley, railroad contractor, 1
13 w, Frelighsburg
Hibbard H. H., 1 14 e, Abbott's Corner
Hibbard H. L., 1 16 e, Abbott's Corner
Hibbard Mrs. B. J., widow, 1 16 e,
Abbott's Corner
Holden A., 1 46 w, St Armand Centre
Holden E. A., 1 29 w, Frelighsburg
Holden Orrin, 1 47 w, St Armand Cen-
tre
Holden Eodnev, 1 29 w, Frelighsburg
Hope Miss Harriet, 1 4 e, Abbott's
Corner
Hunt Mrs. L., widow, 1 68 w, St Ar-
mand Centre
Hunter Eodney, carpenter, 1 42 w,
Frelighsburg
Hunter S. N., woollen mill and farmer,
1 42 w, Frelighsburg
Ingalls A. J., 1 11 w, Frelighsburg
Ingalls Edmund, 1 5 w, Frelighsburg
Ingalls E. A., carpenter, 1 35 e. Rich-
ford, U.S.
Ingalls Homer, marble works, 1 10 w,
Frelighsburg
Ingalls Horace, 1 49 e, Abereorn
Ingalls Mrs. J., widow, 1 35 e, Aber-
eorn
Irish Jed., blacksmith, 1 42 w, Fre-
lighsburg
Janes Isaac, retired, 1 25 e, Abbott's
Corner
Janes I. N., 1 25 e, Abbott's Corner
Jenne George C, 1 20 e. North Pinna-
cle
Jenne L. D., 1 43 e. North Pinnacle
Jenne Norman H., 1 9 e, Frelighsburg
Johnson Edwin, 1 76 w, Pigeon Hill
Johnson Lewis, 1 52 e, North Pinnacle
Kirkpatrick Robert, foreman, 1 18 w,
Frelighsburg
Knapp Mrs. J., widow, 1 21 w, Fre-
lighsburg
Krans Charles, 1 54 w, Frelighsburg
Krans G. L., 1 55 w, Frelighsburg
Krans John, 1 43 w, Frelighsburg
Krans P. H., saw mill and farmer, 1
54 w, Frelighsburg
Labare Alex., laborer, 1 59 w, St Ar-
mand Centre
Labare Francois, carder, 1 42 w, Fre-
lighsburg
Labai*e Justice, laborer, 1 52 w, St Ar-
mand Centre
Lafranier J., laborer, 1 38 w, St Ar-
mand Centre
Lagrange Isaac, cancer doctor, 1 43
w, Frelighsburg
Lagrange 31. L., fuller, I 43 w, Fre-
lighsburg
FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE PARISH OF ST. ARMAND EAST. 19»
Lamoure J. S., 1 33 w, Frelighsburg
Lapointe John, laborer, 1 31 w, Fre-
lighsburg
Leavitt Levi, 1 6 w, Frelighsburg
LEcuyer Loren, carriagemaker, 1 10
"w, Frelighsburg
Lee James D., 1 4 %v, Frelighsburg
Litno Peter H., blacksmith, 1 10 w,
Frelighsburg
MacejE, B., cari^enter, 1 4 e, Aber-
corn
Macey J. TV., 1 33 e, Frelighsburg
Macey L. F., 1 2 e, Abbott's Corner
3Ietevier Joseph, laborer, 1 45 e. Rich-
ford, U. S.
McDonald Jeremiah, 1 55 e, North
Pinnacle
McDermott Michael, 1 6 e, Abbott's
Corner
McGrath John, 1 44 e. North Pinnacle
McGrath John B., 1 44 e, North
Pinnacle
McKelvey James, 1 51 e, North Pinna-
cle
McLaughlin Patrick, 1 55 e, North
Pinnacle
Miner A. W., 1 15 e, Abbott's Corner
Miner C. B., 1 14 e, Abbott's Corner
Mitchell George, 1 15 w, Frelighsburg
Mitchell H. H., 1 6 w, Frelighsburg
Mitchell William, 1 48 e, Abercorn
Morse Edwin, 1 33 e, Frelighsburg
Mosgrove James H., 1 36 w, Frelighs-
burg
3Iosien Ephraim, 1 36 e, Richford, U. S.
Officer David, 1 55 e, North Pinnacle
Owens Benaiah. 1 31 e, North Pinna-
cle
Owens Edson, 1 31 e. North Pinnacle
Parker Robert, 1 25 e, A.bbott's Corner
Peat Joseph, laborer, 139 w. Frelighs-
burg
Phillips Bethuel, 1 49 w, St Armand
Centre
Powers Joseph, shoemaker, 1 5 e,
Abbott's Corner
Prouty W. W., 1 30 e, North Pinnacle
Eacine Joseph, laborer, 1 17 w, Fre-
lighsburg
Reynolds Albert, 1 62 -w, St Armand
Centre
Reynolds A. N., 1 40 w, Frelighsburg
Reynolds Charles S., 1 40 w, Frelighs-
burg
Reynolds B, A., 1 46 w, Frelighsburg
Reynolds George H., 1 40 w, Frelighs-
burg
Reynolds M. P., 140 w, Frelighsburg
Reynolds Orville, 1 50 w, St Armand
Centre
Reynolds Whitman, 1 62 av, St Armand
Centre
Richardson L. J., 1 49 e, Abercorn
Roberts David, laborer, 1 68 w, St
Armand Centre
Robidoux Levi, cooper, 1 49 w, St
Armiand Centre
Rodgers Mrs. A., widow, 1 2 e, Abbott's
Corner
Royea Charles, 1 68 w, St Armand
Centre
Ruiter Belden, 1 45 e, Abercorn
Russell Antoine, 1 16 w, Frelighsburg
Sager James N., 1 8 e, Frelighsburg
Sager W. L.. 1 8 e, Frelighsburg
Salsbury C. F., 1 65 w, Frelighsburg.
Salsburj Henry, retired, 1 65 w, Fre-
lighsburg
Salsbury J. R., 1 65 w, Frelighsburg
Salsbury Martin, 146 w, Frelighsburg
Sargent C, 1 34 e, Abercorn
Scofield Lewis D., 1 5 e, Abbott's
Corner
Scofield Mrs. L. D., widow, 1 5 e,
Abbott's Corner
Scofield William C. 1 35 e, Abercorn
Scofield W. G., 1 U w, Frelighsburg
Scofield William S., I 1 av, Abbott's
Corner
Seweli R. P., 1 19 e, Frelighsburg
Shepard H. L., 1 10 e. Frelighsburg
Shepard T. J., 1 9 e, Frelighsburg
Sherrer John, 1 52 e, North Pinnacle
Shover Newell, laborer, 1 17 e, Abbott's-
Corner
Shults Henry, blacksmith, 1 50 w, St
Armand Centre
Shults Jacob W., 1 55 w, St Armand
Centre
Smith H. H., carpenter, 14 e, Abbotts
Corner
Smith L. B., 1 42 e, North Pinnacle
Snyder Henry, 1 22 e, Frelighsburg
Solvason Solomon, 1 76 w, Pigeon Hill
Sornberger John, carpenter and
farmer, 1 77 w. Pigeon Hill
Soutiere Joseph, 1 7 w, Frelighsburg
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farmers' directory Of THE PARISH OF ST. ARMAND WEST.
Spencer Ambrose S., J.P., 1 20 w, Fre-
lighsburg
Spencer E. S., 1 20 e, North Pinnacle
Spencer H. T., 1 32 w, Frelighsburg
Spencer M., 1 8 w, Frelighsburg
Stanhope S. S., 1 45 e, Abercorn
Stanley William, wheehn-ight, 1 49 w,
St Armand Centre
Steinhour H. B., laborer, 1 20 e, Fre-
lighsburg
Steinhour Norman, laborer, 1 64 w, St
Armand Centre
Stow A. M., foundry and saw mill, 1
11 w, Frelighsburg
StowH. T., sawj-er, 1 11 w, Frelighs-
burg
Thomas Leo, 1 12 e, Abbott's Corner
Titemore A., postmaster, 1 61 w, St
Armand Centre
Titemore Edward, 1 58 w, St Armand
Centre
Titemore Mrs. P., 1 50 w, St Armand
Centre
Toof J. Gr., butter buyer and farmer, 1
48 w, St Armand Centre
Toof J. W., 1 60 w, St Armand Centre
Tracey Edgar S., carpenter, 1 4 e,
Abbotts' Corner
Tracey James H., laborer, 1 16 e,
Abbotts' Corner
Tree James A., 1 22 w, Frelighsburg
Yail Allan, 1 31 w, Frelighsburg
Vail H. H., 1 33 w, Frelighsburg
Van De Waters A., 1 68 w, St Armand
Centre
Vincent Alexis, laborer, 1 43 w, Fre-
lighsburg
Vincent
George, retired, 1 50 w, St Ar-
mand Centre
Vincent Nelson, 1 49 w, St Armand
Centre
Vincent
S. S., 1 69 w, St Armand
Centre
Warner Charles F., 1 58 w, St Armand
Centre
Warner L. H., 1 58 w, St Armand
Centre
Washburn J. W., 1 50 e, Abercorn
Westover James, 1 42 w, Frelighsburg
White Otis J., 1 47 e, Abercorn
Whitman Levi B., 1 3 e, Abbotts' Cor-
ner
Whitman Mrs. M., widow, 1 5 e, Ab-
botts' Corner
Whitman S. E.. J.P., 1 5 w, Abbott's
Corner
Whitney N. S., 1 25 w, Frelighsburg
Willard Mrs. C, widow, 1 27 e, Abbott's
Coi'ner
Willey R., 1 47 e, Abercorn
Wilson Asa, 1 14 w, Frelighsburg
Wood Henry, laborer, 1 43 w, Frelighs-
burg
Woodard Henry, 1 2 e, Abbotts' Corner
Yates Charles, laborer, 1 49 e, Aber-
corn
Yates Henry, 1 57 w, St Armand
Centre
Yates Peter (2nd), 1 12 w, Frelighs-
burg
Young Matthew, laborer, 1 16 e, Ab-
botts' Corner
FARMERS' DIRECTORY
7
PARISH OF ST. ARMAND WEST,
GIVING THE LOT AND THE POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
The parish contains four post offices, namely, Moore's Station, Philipsburg,
Pigeon Hill and St. Armand Station. All names not otherwise desigtiated
are those of farmers. The number refers to the lot, the place to the post
office address,
farmers' directory of the parish of ST. ARAL4ND WEST. 197
Albee Henry, 105,
Pigeon Hill
Albee Mr?., widow, 113, St Arraand
Station
Adams William, 82,
Pigeon Hill
Arcand Fred., laborer, 121,
Pigeon Hill
Averill Hanibal, 101, St Armand
Station
Bessette Henry, 29,
Moore's Station
Best Charles, laborer, 7,
Philipsburg
Bingham Mrs., widow, 121, St Armand
Station
Bockus Daniel, 130, St Arraand Station
Bockus Hiram, laborer, 120, St Armand
Station
Bockus Jeremiah, 131, St Armand Sta-
tion
Bockus John, 132, St Armand Station
Bockus J. H., 130, St Armand Station
Boright Mrs., widow, 82,
Pigeon Hill
Bridle John, 88, Stanbridi^e Pvidge
Brill Eobort, 79, Pigeon Hill
Brimmer The Misses C. & P., 83, Pigeon
Hill
Buck Mrs. E., widow, 102, Pigeon
Hill
Burke Edward, 22, St Armand Station
Burley J. »., 108, Stan bridge Ridge
Burley Luther, 1 25, St Armand Station
Burley Robert, 25, St Armand Station
Butler Mrs. J., widow, 94, Pigeon Hill
Butler William, 94, Pigeon Hill
Cadoret Joseph, 1,
Philipsburg
Camell E. C, 96, St Armand Station
Camell Hiram, 109, St Armand Station
Camell John H.,129,St Armand Station
Camell Martin, 129, St Armand Station
Catchapaw Aaron, 120, St Armand Sta-
tion
Catchapaw G. W., laborer, 120, St
Armand Station
Catchapaw Hiram, laborer, 120, St Ar-
mand Station
Catchapaw 31 rs. A., widow, 120, St Ar-
mand Station
Catchapaw Mrs. Henry, widow, 120, St
Armand Station
Catchapaw Mrs. Isaac, widow, 120, St
Armand Station
Channell R. H., 101, St Armand Station
Chicoine A. S., blacksmith, 100, St Ar-
mand Station
Clare Isaiah, 126, St Armand Station
Colby Mrs. J., widow, 83, Pigeon Hill
Crothers George, 27,St Arraand Station
Crothers Joseph, 27,St Armand Station
Crossett Miss Dorothy, 115, St Armand
Station
Deal John P., 1, Philipsburg
Deline William,109,St Arraand Station
Derick P. C, 124, St Armand Station
Deuell John, 8,
Philipsburg
Douglas Alexander, jun., 105, St Ar-
mand Station
Douglas Hamilton, 105, St Armand
Station
Eager Mrs. B., widow, 82,
Pigeon Hill
Embury Charles, 101, Pigeon Hill
Embury D. R., 79, Pigeon Hill
Embury Mrs. D. S., widow, 101, Pi-
geon Hill
E\^ins De Forrest, 79, Pigeon Hill
Evans P]leazer, 83, Pigeon Hill
Evans Miles, 83, Pigeon Hill
Fellers Mrs. W., widow, 126, St Ar-
mand Station
Fisher Charles, 88, Pigeon Hill
Frappier Frangois, laborer, 16, St Ar-
mand Station
Freeman William, 24, St Armand
Station
Fuller Bradway H., 101, St Arraand
Station
Galer John, laborer, 97, Pigeon Hill
Galer Joseph, 83, Pigeon Hill
Galer
0., laborer, 83, Pigeon Hill
Gardner Charles 0., 108, Pigeon Hill
Gardner J. H., lo9, Pigeon Hill
Gardner Palmer, 96, Pigeon Hill
Gay Lewis, 165, Pigeon Hill
Girouard Charles, (i, Philij)sburg
Gilbert Daniel B., 3 and 4,
Philipsburg-
Graham Mrs. J., widow. 111, St Ar-
mand Station
Graham Thomas, HI, St Armand
Station
Guthrie E. W., 87, Pigeon Hill
Guthrie G. D., 107, Pigeon Hill
Hall J. B., 104, Pigeon Hill
Hammond Mrs. widow, 10, Philipsburg
Harvey T. R., 9,
Philipsburg
Hastings Clark, 18, St Armand Station
Hastings George, 19, St Armand
Station
Hastings H. H., 17, St Armand Station
Hawk Charles, 94,
Pigeon Hill
Hawk George H., 95,
Pigeon Hill
Hawk Thomas, 103, Pigeon Hill
Hawkins Andrew, 10,
Philipsburg
198 FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE PARISH OF ST. ARMAND WEST.
•Hawkins Hobart, 10,
Philipsburg
Hawley James A., 127, St Armand
Station
Herrick Daniel and Elihue, grist mill
owners, 122, St Armand Station
Higgins Daniel, laborer, 82, Pigeon
Hill
Higgins George, laborer, 82, Pigeon
Hill
Hill James M., jun., merchant, 100, St
Armand Station
Hogle George L., 14, St Armand
Station
Hogle Hamilton, 14, St Armand Sta-
tion
Holsopple Mrs. E., widow, 93, Pigeon
Hill
Holsopple W. A=, 93, Pigeon Hill
Hope Edward, laborer, 88,
Pigeon Hill
Hubbard William, 93, Pigeon Hill
Hungerford Albert, Philipsburg
Hungerford Orrin, laborei*, 8,
Philips-
burg
Johnson Alvah, 88, Pigeon Hill
Johnson Jidwin, 87,
Pigeon Hill
Johnson Freeborn, 86, Pigeon Hill
Johnson George E., 87,
Pigeon Hill
Johnson Ira, 87,
Pigeon Hill
Johnson Parker, 87, Pigeon Hill
Jones Charles, 94,
Pigeon Hill
Kennedy Patrick, 111, St Armand
Station
Krans Byron, 12, St Armand Station
Krans John C, 123, St Armand Station
Krans William P., 23, St Armand
Station
Lowell Joseph, laborer, 126, St Ar-
mand Station
Lowell Oliver, laborer, 125, St Armand
Station
Luke Phillip, 11, St Armand Station
McDonald John A., 94, Pigeon Hill
McKee Robert, 86, Pigeon Hill
McKee Thomas, 86, Pigeon Hill
McKinney Taber, 24, Philipsburg
McKinney John, 10, Philipsburg
McKinney Mrs. Isaac, widow, 24,
Philipsburg
Merritt Almon, 14, St Armand Station
Minkler Phillip, 20, St Armand Station
Mitchell Charles S., 124, St Armand
Station
Mitchell George, 113, St Armand Sta-
tion
Mitchell E. B
,
126, St Armand Station
Mitchell James E., 124, St Armand
Station
Monighan Miss Sarah^ 119, St Armand
Station
Moore Hon. P. H.,
28, Moore's Station
Moore H. D., 31, Moore's Station
Moore Mrs. W. A., widow,
28, Moore's
Station
Moore P. C, 28, Moore's Station
Mullen Barney, hotel keeper. 111, St
Armand Station
Newton W. S., 26, St Armand Station
Obertan Ezra, laborer, 126, St Armand
Station
Ouimette Peter, St Armand Station
Pells Hiram, 163, St Armand Station
Pells Mrs. D., widow, 163, St Armand
Station
Pells xMrs. J. E.,widow, 102, St Armand
Station
Poulin John, laborer,
4, Philipsburg
Powers Thomas, 102, St Armand
Station
Primmerman Frederick, mayor of the
municipality of St Armand West,
119, St Armand Station
Primmerman James, 119, St Armand
Station
Primmerman John J., 95, St Armand
Station
Reid Levi,
23, St Armand Station
Reid Silas 0., 101, St Armand Station
Reynolds Delbert A., 112, St Armand
Station
Ehicard G. L., 96, Pigeon Hill
Rhicard N., 91, Pigeon Hill
Ehicard W. J., 97,
Pigeon Hill
Rinehart Baltus, laborer, 128, St
Armand Station
Rivers John, laborer, 98, Philipsburg
Rogers John, laborer, 7, Philipsburg
Rosenberger Daniel, 131, St Armand
Station
Rouse Christopher, 104, Pigeon Hill
House E. B., 104, Pigeon Hill
Eussell Hector, 122,St Armand Station
Russell Mrs. J., widow, 111, St Armand
Station
Sager John, 83, Pigeon Hill
Sager Malcolm, 82, Pigeon Hill
Sartwell Freeman, laborer, 109, St
Armand Station
Shufelt George, 92, Pigeon Hill
farmers' directory of the parish of ST. GEORGE DE CLARENCEVILLE. 199
Shufelt John E., laborer, 82, Pigeon
Hill
Shufelt Miss Sophia, 82, Pi2:eon Hill
Shufelt W. J., 92, Pigeon HHl
Smith Albert D.,
94,"
Pigeon Hill
Smith Daniel, 105, Pigeon Hill
Smith Francis, 1,
Philipsburg
Smith George H., 106, Pigeon Hill
Smith James E., 116, Pigeon Hill
Smith John M., laborer, 97, Pigeon Hill
Smith Joseph C, 105, Pigeon Hill
Smith Joseph N.. 25,St Armand Station
Smith William H., 115, Pigeon Hill
Smith Miss Adeline, Philipsburg
Smith Mrs. J., widow, 116, Pigeon Hill
Smith Mrs. W., widow, 117, Pigeon
Hill
Smith Mrs., widow, Philipsburg
Solomon Edward, 13, St Armand
Station
Solomon John, 13, St Armand Station
Sornberger C. S., 88, Pigeon Hill
Sornberger Elias, 119, Pigeon Hill
Sornberger John, 87,
Pigeon Hill
Sornberger Jonas, 98, Pigeon Hill
Sornberger Martin, 98,
Pigeon Hill
Stimets Horace, 104, Pigeon Hill
Streit H. B.,
2,
Philipsburg
Surprenant Antoine, 28, Pigeon, Hill
Symington James, 16, Philipsburg
Throop F. H., secretary-treasurer of
the municipality of St Armand West,
127, St Armand Station
Throop H. S., 127, St Armand Station
Titemore Charles E., 128, St Armand
Station
Titemore George, 117, St Armand
Station
Titemore Henry, 91,St Armand Station
Titemore P. W., 128, St Armand Sta-
tion
Titemore R, L., 105, St Armand
Station
Warner Mrs. Isaac, widow, 103, St
Armand Station
Webb John, laborer, 126, St Armand
Station
Wickliffe Samuel, 101, St Armand
Station
Willard Mrs. Laura, widow, 112, St
Armand Station
Wood Louis, 21, St Armand Station
Yates David, 87, Pigeon Hill
Yates Peter. 78, Pigeon Hill
Yates Ehicard P.,
78, Pigeon Hill
Yates Seth, 78, Pigeon Hill
FARMERS DIRECTORY
PARISH of ST. GEORGE de CLARENCEVILLE,
GIVING THE LOT, CONCESSION AND POST GPFICE ADDRESS.
The parish comprises the eastern part of the Seigniory of Xoyau and the
eastern part cf the seigniory of Foucault.
The postoffices in the parish are Aird, Clare»ceville, Xutt's Corners and Venice.
All names not otherwise designated are those of farmers.
The place following the concession is the post office address.
Abbreviations used: 1, lot; c, concession.
Abels Samuel, 1 2, c 7 and
8,
Aird
Adams Samuel J., 19, c 6,
Clarence
ville
Allen Charles, 12, c 5,
Clarenceville
Allen John, 1 2, c 5, Clarenceville
Asseltine Henry, 1
4, c 7 and
8,
Aird
Asseltine Mrs. Huldah, widow, 14, c 7
and
8,
Aird
Badger Hiram, I
1, c
6,
Clarenceville
Beerwort Frederick, 1 14, c 5,
Clar-
enceville
Beerwort Frank, 1 16 and
17, c 6,
Cla-
renceville
Beerwort John, 1 7 and 8, c 6, Clar-
enceville
Beerwort Merritt, 1
Clarenceville
10 and 11, c
5,
200 farmers' directory of the parish op ST. GEORGE DE CLARENCEVILLB.
Beerwort Mrs. George, widow, 1 7 and
8, c 6, Clai-enceville
Beerwort William, farmer and mason,
1 14, c 6,
Clarenceville
Belgard Julien, 1
4, c 4, Clarenceville
Best John, 1 13, c 10, Nutt's Corners
Billings Daniel, 1 18, c 5, Clarenceville
Billings Louis, I 14, c 8,
Venice
Bissell Cvrus H., blacksmith and
farmer, 1
8, c 4, Clarenceville
Bissell Lucius, 1 6, c 4, Clarenceville
Bissell >"elt^on, 1 5 and
6, c 5, Clar-
enceville
Bonneau Antoine, 1 13, c 9, Venice
Brant Antoine, 1 7, c
8, Venice
Breault John, laborer, 110, c 4,
Clar-
enceville
Brown Henry, carpenter, 1 14, c
7,
Clarenceville
Brown John, 1 14, c 7,
ClarenQeviUe
Brown Eobert, mason, 1
14, c 7,
Clar-
enceville
Brown William, carpenter, 1 14. c
7,
Clarenceville
Brownson George, 1 5 and 6, c 10, Aird
Buck Herbert J., i
2, c 6,
Clarenceville
Bullis George, 1 10, c 7,
Clarenceville
BuUis Joseph, 1 6 and
7, c 8, Venice
Bullis Joshua, 1 10, c 7,
Clarenceville
Bullock John, jun., carpenter and
farmer, 1 17 and 18, c 7, Clarence-
ville
Burgess John, jun., 1
8, c 8,
Venice
Burgess John, sen., 1 8, c 8,
Venice
Bush Daniel, 1 12, c 5,
Clarenceville
Bush Hiram C, bailitf, 1 12, c
5,
Clar-
enceville
Campbell Charles, 1
4, c 7 and 8, Aird
Campbell David^ 1 3 and 4, c 8, Venice
Campbell John, 1 13, c 8,
Venice
Campbell Mi's. Michael, widow, 1 4, c
7 and
8,
Aird
Campbell Mrs. Thomas, widow, 1 17
and 18. c 8, Venice
Cartier Gdd^on, 1 11, c 5, Clarenceville
Cheosman Aaron, 1 15, c 9, Nutt's
Corners
Cheesman Frederick, 1 15, c 9,
Nutt's
Corners
Cheesman Silas, 1 15, c 9, Null's Corners
Chilton Alexander, 1 4 and 5, c
6,
Clarenceville
Chilton George J., 1 14, c 6, Clarence-
ville
Chilton Henry M.,
14, c 6, Clarence-
ville
Chilton Philander C, 1 4. c
6, Clar-
enceville
Chilton William, J.P., 1
6, c
6, Clar-
enceville
Clark George Nelson, I
17, c 5, Clar-
enceville
Colton William Henry, farmer, secre-
tary-treasurer of the parish of St
George de Clarenceville and clerk
of the local magistrates court, I 13
and
14, c
5,
Clarenceville
Creller George A., carpenter, 1
17, c
8,
Clarenceville
Creller Horatio, 1 9 and
10, c
7,
Clar-
enceville
Creller Marshall, 1 9 and 10, c 7, Clar-
enceville
Crothers John, 1 11, c 9, Venice
Crothers Robert, 1
8, 9 and 10, c
9,
Venice
Cubit William, 1 6, c 9, Venice
Cupples James, 1
9, c 8, Venice
Cupples William, 1 10, c 8, Venice
Curtis Enoch, I 17, c
6,
Clarenceville
Curtis Myron V., 1 17, c 6, Clarence-
ville
Curtis Stephen, laborer, 1 15, c
6,
Clarenceville
Davis George, 1 10 and 11, c 6, Cla-
renceville
Dean James, 1 14, c 10, Nutt's Corners
Derick Alonzo, 1 11, c 4,
Clarenceville
Derick Anthony, 1 15, c
5,
Clarence-
ville
Derick George A., 1 15, c 5,
Clarence-
ville
Derick Phillip, 1 2, 3 and
4, c 4, Cla-
renceville
Derick Ransom, 1 15 and 16, c 6, Cla-
renceville
Derick Victor, laborer, 1 13 and 14, c
5, Clarenceville
Derick William, retired, 1 11, c
4, Cla-
renceville
Dewcll James A., 1
5, c 8, Venice
Drew James, retired, 1 14, c 10, Nutt's
Corners
Edy Daniel, 1 10, c 9,
Aird
Edy Herbert, 1
6, c 9, Aird
Edy Myron, 1
8, c 6, Clarenceville
Edy Omri, 1
6, c 9,
Aird
Edy Peter H., 1 10, c 9,
Aird
farmers' directory op the parish of ST. GEORGE DE CLARENCEVILLE. 201
Ellis Thomas R., I 11, c 4, Clarence-
ville
Ellsworth Joseph, 1 13, c 8, Nutt's
Corners
Fairtield David, 1 -4 and
5, c 6, Clarence-
ville
Finley James, 1 15, c 5,
Clarenceville
Finley William, 1 15, c 6, Clarenceville
French David, 1 11 and 12, c 6, Cla-
renceville
French William H., 1 10 and
11, c 6,
Clarenceville
Gareau Peter, laborer, 1
6, c 9, Aird
Gibson Geoi-ge, 1 15, c 10, Nutt's Cor-
ners
Gilbert Emanuel, 1 1-4, c S, Aird
Gilbert Israel, 1 16 and
17, c 10, Nutt's
Corners
Glasgow John, 1 12 and 13, c 6, Cla-
renceville
Glasgow Eobert, 1 14, c 7. Clarence-
ville
Glasgow Robert (2nd), 1 15 and 16, c
7,
Clarenceville
Glasgow Samuel, 1 15 and 16, c 7, Cla-
renceville
Griggs Simon, 1 11, c 4, Clarenceville
Hall Joseph C, 1 8 and
9, c 8, Aird
Hardy John, laborer, 1
6, c 4, Clarence-
ville
Hauver Louis, 1 10, c 4, Clarenceville
Hawley Asahel, J.
P.,
1 6, c 8, Nutt's
Corners
Hawley Claude, 1 9,
clO, Nutt's Corners
Hawley David, 1 6, c 8, Nutt's Corners
Hawley George, 1 8, c 9, Aird
Hawley Henry, trader, 1
1, c 8, Aird
Hawley James, 1 8, c
9,
Aird
Hawley Jesse, 1 12, c 8,
Aird
Hawley John A., 1 14, c 9, Nutt's Cor-
ners
Hawley Mrs. Heman, widow, 1
9, c 10,
Nutt's Corners
Hawley Euben, 1 12, c 9, Nutt'sCorners
Hawley Stoddard, 1
9, c 9, Aird
Hawley William G., 1 6, c 8, Natt's
Corners
Hazeltine Ruben, laborer, 1 13, c
9,
Venice
Hilliker Alexander, 1
1,
c 7 and 8, Aird
Hilliker Nelson, 1
1, c 7 and
8,
Aird
Hilliker Saxe A., general merchant, 1
1, c 8, Aird
Hilliker Sidney, 1
2, c 7 and
8,
Aird
Hillraan David, laborer, 1
6, c 4,
Cla-
renceville
Hunter John, J.P., 1 13 and 14, c
4,
Clarenceville
Hunter Thomas, 1 8, c 9. Venice
Irish Charles, I 14, c 8, Venice
Jame.son Addy, 1 2, c 10, Venice
Jameson Claude, 1 2, c 10, Venice
Jameson Henry, 1
2, c 10, Venice
Jameson James C, 1 4, c 10, Venice
Jameson L., 1 1 and
2, c 9, Venice
Jameson Mathew, 1 1 and
2, c 9, Venice
Johnson Daniel, 1 2, c 9, Aird
Johnson George W., retired, 1 18, c
5,
Clarenceville
Johnson Jason, 1 2, c
9,
Aird
Johnston Henry, 1
15, c 6, Clarence-
ville
Keetfe Henry, 1 8, c 6, Clarenceville
Kirk Francis, 1 3, 4 aad
5, c 9, Venice
Lake Hawley, 1 17, c 10, Nutt's Corners
Lambert William, 1
1, c 10, Venice
l^awrence Charles, 1
6, c
9, Aird
Lequin Francois, jun., I 2,c 5, Clarence-
ville
Lequin Fran(jois, sen., laborer, 1
2, c
5,
Clarenceville
Limlah Samuel, laborer, 1
3, c 7 and
8,
Aird
Little Stewart J., 1
4, c 11, Clarence-
ville
Longeway Henry, 1 1, c
4, Clarence-
ville
Macfie Alexander, 1
8, c 10, Aird
Macfie George, 1 5 and
6, c 10, Aird
Macfie Robert, mayor of the parish of
St George de Clarenceville, 1 5 and
6,
c 10, Aird or Clarenceville
Mandigo Amasa, 1 7, c
8, Venice
Mandigo Conrad, 1 1 and
2, c
6, Cla-
renceville
Mandigo Oliver, 1 6 and
7, c 8, Venice
Manning Darwin, 1
3, c
6, Aird
Manning George, 1 12, c
7, Clarence-
ville
Manning Henry, 1 13, c
7, Clarence-
ville
Manning John M.,13, c 6, Clarenceville
Maskel Henry, laborer, 1 9 and
10, c7,
Clarenceville
Maskel Richard, 1 9 and 10, c 9, Venice
Maskel William, 1 3, c 9, Venice
McClelland William, shoemaker, 1
8, c
4, Clarenceville
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McCormick Samuel; 1
1, c 5,
Clarence-
ville
3IcCully Timothy, 1
2, c 4,
Clarence-
ville
McDonough James, 1 1 and 2, c
5,
Clarenceville
McDonough William, 1 1 and 2, c
6,
Clai'enceville
Mclntyre John, jun., 1 13, c 5,
Clarence-
ville
Mclntyre John, sen., 1 13, c
5,
Clarence-
ville
McKee James, 1
7, c 4,
Clarenceville
McNeil Daniel, 1 12, c 4,
Clarenceville
McXeil John. 1 12, c 4,
Clarenceville
McNeil William John, 1 13, c 7,
Cla-
renceville
McYicker Mrs. George, widow, 1 15,
c 6,
Clarenceville
Miller Adam. 1 11, c 7,
Clarenceville
Miller Adam '(2nd), 1 17 and 18, c 8
Clarenceville
Miller Henry, 1 4, 5 and
6, c 7,
Nutt's
Corners
Miller John, 1 17 and 18, c 9,
Nutt's
Corners
Miller Peter, 1 13, c 6, Clarenceville
Miller Reid, 1 1 and 2, c
9,
Aird
Miller William C, 1 15, c 5,
Clarence-
ville
Mosher Edwd., 1 16, c 9, Nutt's Corners
Moyls Daniel, 1
8,
c 10, Aird
Nutt David, postmaster and farmer, 1
14 and 15, c 9,
Nutt's Corners
Neville John, 1 12, c 8,
Venice
Neville Patrick, 1 15, c 8,
Venice
Neville Thomas, 1 11, c 8,
Venice
Newman James, 1 5, c 7 and
8, Aird
Newman James, 1 7, c 10, Aird
Newman William, 1 5,
c 7 and
8,
Aird
Parent Joseph, laborer, 1 5 and
6, c 5,
Clarenceville
Parent Peter, laborer, Jenny's Island,
Clarenceville
Peletier F^lix, laborer, 1 14, c 8,
Cla-
renceville
Pelky Louis, painter, 1 17, c 8,
Cla-
renceville
Phillips Mrs. George, widow, 1 2, 3 and
4, c 5,
Clarenceville
Reynolds Rodney, 1 4, c 9 and 10. Aird
Eiley
Augustus, laborer, 17, c 4,
Clarenceville
Roy
Edward, 1
2, c 8,
Venice
Roy Henry, the Gore, Venice
Sails Daniel, 1 12, c 4, Clarenceville
Sails Edward, 1 5, c 5, Clarenceville
Sails Filer, 1 5, c 5, Clarenceville
Sails Seymour, 1 10, c 4, Clarenceville
Sawyer Hiram, 1
6, c 6, Clarenceville
Sawyer Mrs. Edward, widow, 1 7 and
8, c 7, Clarenceville
Saxton George, 1 14,c 9,Nutt'8 Corners
Schoolcraft David, 1 15, c 7,
Nutt's
Corners
Schoolcraft Isaac, retired, 1 15, c
7,
Nutt's corners
Schutt Jasper, 1 13 and 14, c 4,
Cla-
renceville
Scott Isaiah, 1
4, 5 and
6, c 4,
Clarence-
ville
Scott William L., 1 1 and 2, c 4 and
5,
Clarenceville
Scrivcr Charles H., 1 12, c
7,
Clarence-
ville
Scriver James, 1 14, c 6,
Clarenceyille
Smart John, pensioner, 117 and 18, c
7, Clarenceville
I
Smith James, 1 15, c 7,
Clarenceville
Smith Joseph, 1 14, c 9, Venice
Smith William A., 1 15, c 7,
Clarence-
ville
Spears John, 117 and
18, c 9,
Clarence-
ville
Stevenson David E., 1
8,
c
6,
Clarence-
ville
Stevenson James, 1 9, c 6,
Clarenceville
Stevenson William H., 1 11, c 6,
Cla-
renceville
Stevenson William, sen., 19, c 6,
Clarenceville
Taylor Andrew, 1 14 and 15, c 8
Clarenceville
Trembly Cyprien, carpenter, 1 1, c 5
Clarenceville
Vosburgh Elisha, 1 13 and 14, c 6, Cla-
renceville
Westover George, 1 6, c 7 and
8, Aird
Wheeler Arnold, 1 11, c 9, Venice
Wheeler E. Miles, 1 1, c 10, Venice
Wheeler Hamilton, 1 12, c 9, Venice
Wheeler Palmer, 1
7,
c 8,
Clarence-
ville
Wilson Charles, 1
14, c
6,
ClarenceviUe
!
Wright Robert, sen., 1 8 and 9, c 4-
Clarenceville
Wright Robert, jun,, 1 8, c 4,
Clarence-
ville
farmers' directory op the parish of ST. THOMAS DE FOUCAULT. 203
FARMEES' DIRECTORY
PARISH OF ST. THOMAS DE FOUCAULT,
GIVING THE LOT, CONCESSION AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
The parish comprises the western part of the Seigniory of Noyan and the
western part of the seigniory of Foucault.
The post offices in the parish are Miranda and Noyan.
All names not otherwise designated are those of farmers.
The place following the concession is the post office address.
Abbreviations used
:
—c concession, 1 lot.
Derick J. Nelson, 1 4, c 3, Clarence- Baker Benjamin, 1
13, c 4,
Miranda
Barney J., laborer, 1 11, c 2,
Noyan
Belair Ambrose, feiTyman, Ash Is-
land, Noyan
Belair Peter, ferryman, Ash Island,
Noyan
Brown Edward, 1 10, c 1, Noyan
Brown James S., 1 10, c 1,
Noyan
Campbell James, 1 5, c 1,
Noyan
Campbell John, 1
5, c 1, Noyan
Campbell Samuel, 1
5, c 1, Noyan
Chadsey —, 1 12, c 3, Miranda
Champagne Joseph, laborer, 1
7,
c
2,
Miranda
Cochran James, 1 1, c 3,
Clarenceville
Cochran Robert, J.P., 1
1, c 3, Clar-
enceville
Collins James,
Jan.,
secretary-trea-
surer School Commissioners parish
of St Thomas de Foucault, 1
4, c
4,
Miranda
Collins James, sen., 1
7,
c 4,
Miranda
Collins William, 1 1, c 4,
Miranda
Dean Joseph W., general merchant, 1
1
, c 4,
Miranda
Dennis "Simon, laborer, 1 17, cl, Noyan
Dennis "William, laborer, 1
4, c 3, Mir-
anda
Derby Philip 31., 1 9, c 4, Miranda
Derick Alexander, 1 14, c 2, Noyan
Derick Arthur J., 1 13, c 3,
Clarence-
ville
Derick Charles, 1
9, c 2,
Noyan
Derick George, 1
9, o
3,
Miranda
Derick George G., 1 14, c 1, Noyan
Derick Harlan H., 1
9, c 3,
Miranda
Derick Herbert A... 1
7, c
3,
Clarence-
ville
Derick Melvin C., 1
13, c 1, Noyan
ville
Derick Miss Delia, 1 16, c 3, Noyan
Derick Miss Melissa, 1 16, c
3, Noyan
Derick Mrs. Abraham, widow, 1
8, c
3,
Miranda
Derick Newebery E., 1
15, c 2. Noyan
Derick Norman H. , 1
13, c 2, Noyan
Derick Philip H., 1 16, c 2, Noyan
Derick Philo, 1 13, c 1, Novan
Derick P. C, 1 11, c 1, Noyan
Derick R. F.. 1 11, c 1,
Noyan
Derick Sidney L., 1 4, c 2, Noyan
Derick Stephen B., postmaster and
farmer, 1 7, c 3,
Miranda
Derick T. B., 1 15, c 2, Noyan
Derick "William F., 1
6, c 1, Noyan
Devitt Miss Ann, 1
9, c 3, Miranda
Dewar Miss Catherine, 1 6, c 1, Noyau
Donely James, 1 11, c 4,
Miranda
Draffin Alexander, I 12, c 1, Noyan
Draffin James, 1 12, c —, Noyan
Emerick Ashley, 1 9, c 3,
Miranda
Emerick George, 1 15, c 4, Clarence-
ville
Emerick Henry, jun., 1 12 c 3, Miranda
Emerick Henry, sen., 1 15, c 4, Clar-
enceville
Emerick James, 1 15, c
4,
ville
Emerick Seth H., 1 15, c
4,
ville
Evans Milo, blacksmith, 1
Miranda
Fadden Daniel, 1 13, c 2, Noyan
Fadden Lewis, 1 12, c 2, Noyan
Fadden Peter J., 1 14, c 4, Miranda
Fadden Trueman, grocer, 1 1, c
Noyan
Clarence-
Clarence-
1, c 4,
1,
204 farmers' directory op the parish of ST. THOMAS DE FOUCAULT.
Farrell Henry, 1 14, c

,Noyan
Ferguson Martin, 1 10, c 3,
Miranda
Ferguson Robert, 1 4, c 1, Nojan
Filer Isaie H., 1 7, c 1, Xoyan
Filer Merritt, 17, c— ,Noyan
Fleming John, 1 6, c 4,
Miranda
Fi'iott Abraham, 1 13, c 1, Noyan
Furnival Adolph, laborer, 1 14, c
3,
Clarenceville
Goyette Antoine, 1 7, c 2, Xoyan
Gi'iggs H. M., 1 10, c 1, Noyan
Griggs Mrs. M., widow, 1 16, c 1,
Noyan
Gunn Mrs. William, widow, 1 12, c
1,
Xoj'an
Hanley James, laborer, 1 2, c
4,
Mi-
randa
Hislop Edmund, 1 18, c 3,
Xoyan
Hislop William, 1 18, c 3,
Noyan
Hudson Mrs. Christopher, widow, 1
6,
c 1, Noyan
Hudson William, 1 6, c 1, Noyan
Jameson J. C. 16, c 3, Miranda
3"ameson William M., 1
7, c 2,
Miranda
Johnson Hiram, provincial land sur-
veyor and farmer, 1
3, c 3,
Clarence-
ville
Johnston John, retired, 18, c 1, Noyan
Johnson J. D., J.P., mayor of the
parish of St. Thomas de Fouoault, 1
4, c 3, Miranda
Johnson xMrs. Leonard, 1 17, c 3, No-
yan
Keet Malcolm D., 1
9, c 3,
Clarence-
ville
Keet Mrs. John, widow 1 8, c 3,
Clarenceville
Kemp Robert, 1 14, c 1, Noyan
Lamoureux Essa, 1 17, c 4,
Clarence-
ville
Landry Cyprien, 1 5, c 2,
Noyan
Lareau Elie, laborer, 1 10, c 3, Mi-
randa
Ledoux Joseph, 1
4, c 2,
Noyan
Little William H., blacksmith and
farmer, 1
2, c 3,
Clarenceville
Lodge Philip, 1
9, c 1;
Noyan
Lodge Samuel, 1 19, c 1,
Noyan
Magee James, jun., 1 11, c 3,
5liranda
Magee Mrs. James, widow, 1 11, c
3,
Miranja
Magee John, I 14, c 3, Miranda
Magee Robert, 1
1, c 1, Noyan
McCallum James, 1
2, c 3,
Miranda
McCallum John D., 1
1, c 1, Noyan
McCallum Joseph,
McCallum Malcolm, 1 2, c 1, Noyan
McCallum Mrs. Daniel, widow, 1
3, c
1, Noyan
McCleland Joseph, 1 18, c 1, Noyan
Mellvill George, pensioner, 1 15, c 3,
Miranda
Minkler Benjamin, shoemaker, 1
4, c
4, Miranda
Monahan John, jun., 1 9, c 3, Cla-
renceville
Monahan John, sen., pensioner, 1 9, c
3,
Clarenceville
Naylor Benjamin, ferryman, 1 5, •
1,
Noyan
Osborn Daniel, 1 16, c 4,
Clarence-
ville
Osborn Isaie F., 1 16, c
4,
Clarenceville
Patterson Danford, 111, c
3,
Clarence-
ville
Patterson William, 1
2, c
3,
Clarence-
ville
Perrault Peter, 1
6, c 3, Clarenceville
Peters J, H. 1
4, c 1, Noyan
Prentiss E. M., laborer, 1
7, c 2, Mi-
• randa
Rhicard Jeremiah, 1 3, c 1, Noyan
Robinson John, I 18, c 1, Noyan
Rourk William, 1 10, c 2, Noyan
Rowe C. S., lieut-col. 60th battalion,
Missisquoi
1

, c

, Clarenceville
Rowe George J., 1 13, c
3,
Clarence-
ville
Eowe Heber A., 1 13, c 3, Clarence-
ville
Scott Edward, 1 6, c 3,
Clarenceville
Shand George G., I 1, c 2, Noyan
Shand Joseph, laborer, 1
1, c 2, Noyan
Shand Mrs. Joseph, widow, 1 1, c
2,
Noyan
Shand William R., 1 1, c 2,
Noyan
Simpson Mrs. David, widow, tailoress,
1
3, 2, Noyan
Smith James, 1 8, c 4,
Miranda
Smith William, 1 10, c 3,
Clarenceville
Struthers James H., 1 10, c 1,
Noyan
Sumner Young, 1 13, c 4, Miranda
Suzor Hypolite, 1 10, c 2, Miranda
Suzor Nelson, laborer, 1 10, c 2, Mi-
randa
Trepanier Mrs. J., widow, 1 7, c
2,
Noyan
Vaughan Gustave, 1 10, c 2,
Noyan
FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE PARISH OF WEST FARNHAM. 205
Vaughan E. H., I
5, c 1,
Novan
Vosburgh Alanson, 1
5, c 2, Miranda
Vosburgh Alanzo, 1 14, c 3,
Miranda
Vosburgh Albert, 1 12, c 2, Nojan
Vosburgh Daniel, 1 8, c 2, Miranda
Vosburgh Henry A., laborer, 1 10, c
4, Miranda
Vosburgh James, laborer, 1 2. c 2, Mi-
randa
Vosburgh
J. C, 1 8, c 2, Miranda
Vosburgh Miles, 1 8, c 1,
Noyan
Vosburgh Mrs. Peter, widow, 1
2, c
3,
Miranda
Vosburgh Norman, 1 5, c 4,
^Miranda
Vosburgh Richard, 1
3, c 2. Miranda
Vosburgh Sidney, 1 8, c 2, Miranda
Vosburgh William, 1
3, c 2, Miranda
Vosburgh William H., laborer, 1 10, c
4, Miranda
Wait Jacob. 1 9, c 3. Clarenceville
Westover Alexander, 1 11, c 2, Noyan
Wcstover Daniel, laborer, 1 7, c 1,
jSToyan
Wilson Joseph, 1
6, c 2, Noyan
Wilsen William, jun., 1 6, c 2, Noyan
Wilson William, sen., 1 2. c 2,
Noyan
Young George, 1 7, c 3, Clarenceville
Young H. P., 1 —, c —, Clarenceville
Young Ira, 1 10, c 4, Miranda
Young John, 1 5, c 3,
Clarenceville
Young Marshall, 1
5, c 3, Clarenceville
Young Samuel, 1 10, c
4,
Miranda
Young William H., 1
8, c 4,
Miranda
FARMERS' DIRECTORY
PARISH OF WEST FARNHAM.
GIVING THE LOT, CONCESSION AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
The post offices in the parish are Farnham and Farndon.
All names not otherwise designated are those of farmers.
The place following the concession is the post office address.
Abbreviations used : c, concession
; 1,
lot.
Alin Frs., 1 45, c 8, Farnham
Allsopp Morris, 1 34, c 5,
Farnham
Arbec Benjamin, 1 46, c 4, Farnham
Audette Olivier, jun., 1 40, c 2, Farn-
ham
Audette Olivier, sen., 1 40, c 2,
Farn-
ham
Auger Pierre. 1 38, c 5,
Farnham
Bachand Francois. 1 43, c 6, Farnham
Barnabe Jacob, 1 46, c 6,
Farnham
Barnabe Pierre, 1 46, c 6,
Farnham
Barnabe Treffle,.! 46, c 6, Farnham
Barriere Joseph, 1 49, c 1,
Farnham
Beaudi'eau Jacques, 1 49, e 1, Farnham
Beaulieu Henri. 1 47, c 2. Farnham
Beaulieu Joseph, laborer, 1 31, c 3,
Farndon
Belisle Frangois, 1 43, c 6, Farnham
Berwick David, 1 43, c 1, Farnham
Berwick John, 1
42, c 2, Farnham
Bisaillon Casimir, 1 33, c 2. Farndon
Bisaillon Moise, 1 47, c 4, Farnham
Bissonet Augustin, 1 36, c 2, Farn-
ham
Bissonnet Isaie. 1 36, c 2, Farnham
Bissonnet Joseph, 1 36, c 2, Farnham
Bissonnet Louis, 1 36, c 2, Farnham
Boisvert Amable, 1 39, c 5, Farnham
Boisvert Jules, 1 39, c 5,
Farnham
Bouchard Antoine, 1 47, c 5,
Farnham
Bouthillier Gilbert, 144, c 8. Farnham
Breackly James, 1
30, c 1,
Farndon
Brodeur Charles, 1 46, c 8,
Farnham
Brodeiir J. Bte., 1 46, c 8,
Farnham
Brouillette Edward, 1 44. c 7. Farnham
Brouillette Joseph, 1 44. c 7,
Farnham.
Brown George, 1 30, c 2. Farndon
Brown John, 1 31, c 2,
Farndon
Brown Matthew, 1 30, c 2,
Farndon
Brown Thomas, 1 3J, c 2,
Farndon
206 FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE PARISH OF WEST FARNHAM.
Burk Robert, 1 34, c 1, Farndon
Busieu Leonard, 1 48, c 1,
Farnham
Cabana Michel, 1 34, c 3, Farnham
Cadire Nicholas, 1 35, e 3,
Farnham
Cameron George, I 34, c 2,
Farndon
Cameron James, 1 34, c 2, Farndon
Cameron Lewis, 1 33, c 2, Farndon
Cameron Mrs. George, widow, 1
34, c
2, Farndon
Cann Patrick, 1 40, c 2, Farnham
Choiniere E., i 43, c 8, Farnham
Choiniere Marcel, 1 47, c 5,
Farnham
Comette Thomas, 1
48, c 1,
Farnham
1 36,
z Constantineau Narcisse,
Farnham
Cosslet Mrs. L., widow, 1 32, c 3, Farn-
don
Courtemanche Jdremie, trader, 1 48, c
1, Farnham
Couture Joseph, 1 39, c 5, Farnham
Deniers J. Etc., 1 40, c 4, Farnham
Demers Pierre, jun., 1
44, c 8, Farnham
Demers Pierre, sen., 1
45, c 8,
Farnham
Deniscourt Amdd(5e, 1 39, c 6, Farnham
Deniscourt Joseph, 139, c 6, Farnham
Desautels J. Bte.
Deslorier John, 1 47, c 8, Farnham
Deslorier Joseph, 1 44, c 6, Farnham
Deslorier Joseph, 1 46, c 7, Farnham
Deslorier Michel, 1
46, c
7,
Farnham
Doherty Cornelius, 1
42, c 4, Farnham
Douglas James, 1 35, c 5, Farnham
Dufresne Mrs., widow, 1
48, c 5,
Farn-
ham
Dufresne Toussaint, 1 50, c 1, Farnham
Duhamel Cl^ophas, 1 35, c 3,
Farnham
Duhamel W., 1 36, c 3,
Farnham
Dupuis Edouard, 1
47, c 5, Farnham
Dupuis Thomas, 1 31, c 2, Farndon
Dyon Hjpolite, 1
42, c 5, Farnham
Earls William, 1 46, c 8, Farnham
Fontaine Pierre, 1 37, c 2, Farnham
Eortin J^remie, 1
43, c 6, Farnham
Frechette Ed., 1 47, c 5,
Farnham
Frechette Jos., 1 47, c 5,
Farnham
Gaboriau Hector, 1 36, e 5, Farnham
Gadbois Roch, 1 36, c 5,
Farnham
George Hoiiore, 1 44, c 6, Farnham
Gingras Eusebe, 1 36, c 1, Fai'nham
Gihgras Eusebe, son., 1 37, c
1, Farn-
ham
Gingras Louis, 1 40, c 1, Farnham
Girard Frederick, 1 43, c 6, Farnham
Girard J. Bte., 1
48, c 4,
Farnham
Giroux Avelin, 1
40, c 6, Farnham
Gobeille Pierre, jun., 1
41, c 1, Farnham
Gobeille Pierre, sen., 141, cl, Farnham
Gowan Mrs. M., I 41, c 6, Farnham
Goyette D., 1
42, c 2, Farnham
Goyette Gilbert, 1 44, c 7, Farnham
Grenier Narcisse, 1 32, c 3,
Farnham
Grubb Lindsay, 1 40, c 3, Farnham
Guaj' Jean M., I 3S, c 5, Farnham
Guerin Pierre, 1 40, c 1, Farnham
Guerin S., 1 40, c 1,
Farnham
Hase George, 1 37. c 2,
Farnham
Hase John M., 1 37, c 1, Farnham
Hebert Charles, sen., 1 48, c 2,
Farn-
ham
Hebert Joseph, 1 43, c 6, Farnham
Hebert Medard, 1 37, o 2, Farnham
Herley Narcisse, 1 48, c 1, Farnham
Higgins George, 1 39, c 4,
Farnham
Higgins Joseph, 1 39, c 4,
Farnham
Hosking James, 1
37, c 2, Farnham
Hosking John, 1 38, c 2, Farnham
Hosking Mrs. N., widow, 1 38, c 4,
Farnham
Hosking William, 1 38, c 4, Farnham
Hubert Frs., 1 41, c 5,
Farnham
Ingles Edward, 1 32, c 1, Farndon
Ingles Freeman, 1 33, c 1, Farndon
Ingles Merrit, 1 34, c 1,
Farndon
Jacob Hypolite, 1 45, c 8,
Farnham
Jarris J. Bte., 1 40, c 4,
Farnham
Jarris Julien, 1 40, c 4,
Farnham
Johnson Samuel, 1 34, c 2, Farndon
Kird David, 1 40, c 3,
Farnham
Laci-oix D., 1 36, c 2,
Farnham
Lacroix Joseph, 1 40, c 2. Farnham
Lague Cj'rille, 1
49, c 1, Farnham
Lagiie Leon, 1 44, c 7,
Farnham
Lague Louis, jun., 1 43, c 6, Farnham
Landrie Pierre, 1 45, c 3,
Farnham
Lanier Nazaire, 1 44, c 7,
Farnham
Lanou Pierre, 1 48, c 1,
Farnham
Larivee Isaac, 1 45, c 8,
Farnham
Lebeau Nod, 1 49, c 5,
Farnham
Leblanc Ubald, 1 39, c 2,
Farnham
Leslie John, 1 42, c 5,
Farnham
Loiselle Frangois, I 46, c 3,
Farnham
Loiselle Frs., jun., 1 46, c 8, Farnham
Loiselle Pien-e, 1 41, c
3,
Farnham
Lucien Alexandre, 1 46, c 5,
Farnham
Mailloux Isaac, 1 41, c 4,
Farnham
Mai-chesseau Joseph, 1 41, c 4,
Farnham
Marchesseau Olivier, 1 37,c 5,
Farnham
Martin Pierre, 1 45, c 6,
Farnham
FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE PARISH OP WEST FARNHAM 207
McAulay John, 1 32, c 1,
Farndon
McGovron Philip, I 41, c 5,
Farnhara
AIcGovron Thomas, 1 33, c 1,
Fariidon
McQuillen James, 1 39, c 3, Farnham
McQuilleu John, 1 40, c 3,
Farnbani
McQuillen Richard, 1 40. c 4,
Farnham
Menard Leon, 1 39, c 2,
Farnham
Mercier Robert, 1 44, c
7,
Farnham
Merizz«? Valentin, 1 30, c 3,
Farndon
Merizze Z^phirin, 1 30, c 3,
Farndon
Miclette Noel, 1 4S, c 1,
Farnham
Molleur Moise, I 64, c 4,
Farnham
3Iongeau Vital, 1 46, c 8,
Farnham
Moore George, 1 37, c 5. Farnham
Moore L. O., 1 42, c 5,
Farnham
Morgan Richard, 1 38, c 3,
Farnham
Mosher James, mayor of the parish, 1
41. c 5,
Farnham
Paledeau C, 1 36, c 3,
Farnham
Paledeau Pierre, 1 32, c 3,
Farndon
Papineau Louis, 1 42, c 5,
Farnham
Paquet Joseph, 1 32, c 3, Farndon
Paquette Joseph, 1 40, c 6,
Farnham
Paquin Vincent, I 36, o 5,
Farnham
Paradis Charles, 1 46, c 1, Farnham
Paradis Hubert, 1 46. c 1, Farnham
Parent Leon, 1 46. c 4, Farnham
Parkin Thos., mill owner, 1 38. c 5, i
Farnham
Pajant F. X., 1 50, c 1, Farnham
Podvin E., 1 43, c 6,
Farnham
Podvin Moise, 1
43, c 6, Farnham
Prevost Elie, 1 41, e 1,
Farnhani
Prdrost Frs,, I 43, c 5,
Farnham
Remillard Gilbert, 1
39, c 2, Farnham
Reny L. S. W., 1 37, c 1, Farnham
Rinville T., 1 48, c 1,
Farnham
Robert Charles, 1 46, c 5, Farnham
Rondeau Pierre, 1 36, c 3,
F'arnham
Rowen Joseph, 1 40. c 3,
P'arnham
Saseville Damase, 1 44, c 2, F^arnham
Scott John. 1 37, c 4,
F'arnham
Scott Richard, 1 37, c 4,
F'arnham
Scott Sylvestre, 1 37, c 4. Farnham
Smith J. Bte., 1 40, c 3,
Farnham
Smith Narcisse, 1 39, c 3, Farnham
St Denis A., 1 32, c 2,
Farndon
St Denis Moise, 1 32. c 2,
Farndon
Surprenant Joseph, 1 47, c 2,
Farnham
Surprenant Moise, 1 47, c 2,
Farnham
Symard Hypolite, 1 44, c 7, Farnham
Tetreault Ozias, 1 41, c 2,
Farnham
Tetreault Gedeon, 1 49, c I, Farnham
Tillson Jam«s, 1 33, c 2,
Farndon
ThibodeauCyprion, 1 31, c 1,
Farndon
Thompson Robert. 1 30, c 2, Farndon
Touranareau J. Bte., 1 43, c 8,
F'arnham
Truax Elias, 1 34, c 2, F'arndon
Truax George A.. 1 33, c 2,
Farndon
Truax Harlow, 1 32, c 2,
Farndon
Truax L. Andrew, 1 31, c 2, Farndon
Vincelette Antoine, 1 35, c 3,
Farnham
Welch Elwin, I 38, c 4,
F\nrnham
Welch Thomas, 1 35. c 4,
Farnham
Welch William, 1 36. c 4.
Farnham
Yates John T., 1 42, c 5,
Farnham
MISCELLANEOUS DIEECTORY
OF
MISSISQUOI COUNTY,
miSSISQlOI COl'NTY COUNCIIijlS'S.
Dr. J. B. Gibson, Dunham, warden
;
Nye C. Martin, mayor of the Town-
ship of Stanbridge; James H. Mosher,
mayor of the Parish of West Farnham
;
Frederick Primmerman, mayur of the
Parish of St, Armand West; J. D.
Johnson, mayor of the Parish of St.
Thomas de Foucault; Robert Macfie,
mayor of the Parish of St. George de
Clarenceville ; David Mair, mayor of
the Village of Cowansville ; James
Crothers, mayor of the Parish of Notre
Dame des Anges ; E. B. Abbott, mayor
of the Parish of St. Armand East;
Joseph Landsberg, maj'or of the Vil-
lage of Freligheburg
;
C. R. Cheesman,
mayor of the Village of Philipsburg;
Joseph Selby, mayor of the Township
of Dunham ; H. D. Pickel, mayor of
the Village of Sweetsburg.
County delegates, 'the warden, ex-
officio, Robei't Macfie and James Cro-
thers
;
auditor, J. C. Baker. Secreta-
ry-treasurer,George Capsey, post office
address, Bedford.
The Council meets four times a year
at the county buildings, 3iain street,
Jjower Bedfoi-d, to wit
:
—The second
AVednesday in each of the months of
March, June, September and Decem-
ber.
TOW^NSHIP OF OUNHAM COUNClIi,
1879.
Joseph Selby, East Dunham, mayor;
Josiah Gilbert, Seneca P. Cameron,
Stevens Baker, David Westover.Briggs
A. Longeway, John Butler, council-
lors
;
H. S. Lee, secretary-treasurer,
post office address, Dunham.
Meets first Monday of each month,
at 1 p.m. at the Town Hall, Dunham.
Assessed value of real estate, 1879,
$882,617.
Tax for municipal purposes,
1|
mills
on the $1.
TOWNSHIP OF STANBRIDGE
COUNCIL,, 1879.
Nye C. Martin, mayor ; Jacques Se-
nesac, H. C. Hall, Edwin Gibson, J. G.
Morin, Julien Campbell and Harvey
Beatty, councillors ; George Sulley,
secretary-treasurer, post office address,
Bedford.
Meets at the County Buildings,
Main street. Lower Bedford, the first
Monday of each month throughout the
year.
COUNCIL. OF THE) PARISH OF
NOTRE DAME DES ANGES, 1879.
James Crothers, mayor
;
Jean B. Si-
mard, secretary-treasurer^ post office
address, Malmaison.
COUNCIL, OF THE PARISH OF ST.
ARITIAND EAST, 1879.
Edmund B. Abbott, mayor ; Orrin
Holden, Solomon N. Hunter, Edwin
Johnson, James D. Lee, Anderson J.
Ingalls, Hanson H. Hibbard, council-
lors; Elijah E. Spencer, secretary-
treasurer, post office address, Frelighs-
burg.
Meets first Saturday of the months
of January, Api'il, July and October,
at the Town Hall, Frelighsburg, at 10
a.m.
Assessed value of real estate, $465,-
540. Bate of taxation—road tax, 4
mills on the $1 ; municipal tax,
1^
mills on the
$1 ; school tax, 1 8-10
mills on the $1.
COUNCIL, OF THE PARISH OF ST.
ARMAND WEST, 1879.
Frederick Primmerman, mayor;
Martin Camell, Henry Titemore, John-
son Richard, H. H. Hastings, D. B.
Gilbert and Conrad Derick, council-
lors; F. H. Throop, secretary-treas-
urer
;
post office address, St. Armand
Station.
Meetings of the Council are held at
Shelter's Hotel, St. Armand Station,
as follows: Ist Saturday in the
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months of January, March, May, July,
{September and November, and the
last Saturday in the month of Decem-
ber. The December meeting is held
at 10 a.m., all the others at 1 p.m.
COUNCIl, OF THE PARISH OF ST.
CEOKGI<:i>ECIiARE:NCI<:VI]:iLE,1879.
Robert Macfie, mayor; Alexander
Chilton, Samuel J. Adams, James
Stewart Little, William L. Scott, Asa-
hel H. Derick and John Crothers,
councillors; "William Henry Colton,
secretary-treasurer
;
post office address
Clarenceville,
Regular sessions first Saturday
of March, June, September and De-
cember of each year, at St. George's
Hall, Clarenceville, at 1 p.m.
i Assessed value of real esi.-ite, $223,-
460. Taxation, 1878, for all purposes,
2i mills on the 81.
COUNCIL OF THE PARISH OF ST.
THOM[AS DE FOUCAULT, 18T9.
J. D. Johnson, mayor; Newberry
E. Derick, John Campbell, Philo
Derick, Daniel Vosburgh, William
Collins, and George Young, council-
lors; L. H. Derick, secretary-ti-eas-
urer
;
post office address, Noyan.
Regular meetings of the council are
held at the office of the secretary-treas-
urer on the last Saturday of each
month at the hour of 1
p.
m.
Assessed value of real estate, 6176,-
000.
Taxation for all purposes, 5 mills on
the 81.
COUNCIL OF THE PARISH OF TTEST
FARNHAM, 1879.
James H. Mosher, mayor: Olivier
Audette, Ubald Leblane, Hubert Para-
dis, Pierre Choiniere, David Berwick
and E. Welch, councillors; C. U. Du-
fresne, secretary-treasurer ; office at
W, & E. Donahue's, Farnham.
Council meets first Monday of each
month at 2
p.
m. at St. Joseph's Hall,
St. Joseph street, Farnham.
Assessed value of real estate. 1879,
$222, 482.
Taxation for all purposes, 35cts. on
theSlOO.
COUNCIL OF THE TOf\'N OF VARN-
HA:ti, 18 79.
Daniel B. Meigs, mayor ; Edward
Donahue, Jean Baptiste Archambault,
Alexandre Ouimet, Charles Ulderic
Dufresne, Antoine Bourque and Char-
les Boivin, councillors. Simeon Noi-
seux, notary, secretar}'- treasurer.
Council elected for two years. Last
election January', 1878.
Council meets first Mondaj^ of each
month at the Town Hall(Court House),
Main street, Farnham, at
7 p.
m.
Taxation, 1879, 40cts. per $100 on
rateable propert}"- of valuation roll.
Assessed value of real estate, 1879,
$186,000.
COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF
COWANSTILLE, 1879.
David Mair, mayor ; George K.
Nesbitt, L. L. Chandler, Hiram E.
Gleason, John P. Stinehour, William
Quackenboss and E. D. Fuller, coun-
cillors
;
William Stevenson, secretary-
treasurer.
Council meets first Monday in each
month at 7
p.
m. in Printing House
Hall, 3Iain street.
Rate of taxation—For municipal
purposes,
2^
mills on the
$1
; for
road purposes, 2 mills on the $1
;
for
school purposes, 1 mill on the
$1
; total
taxation,
5^
mills on the $1.
Assessed value of real estate 1879^
$260,000.
COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF
DUNHAM.
J. B. Gibson, M.D., mayor; Hon.
Thomas Wood, 3L L. C, A. D. Stevens,
M.D., William C. Baker, J. N. Galer,
Henry A. Church, Art. Clement,
councillors ; George D. Baker, secre-
tary-treasurer.
Meets first Monday of each month
at 2
p.
m. at the Town Hall, Dunham.
Assessed value of real estate, 1879,
$108,375.
COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OK
FRELIGHSBURG, 1879.
Joseph Landsberg, mayor; Olivier
Benoit, Edward Lortie, Cleland
Austin, Antoine Dandurand, Frederick
S. Reynolds, George Steinhour, coun-
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cillors; George R. Marvin, secretarj-
treasurer.
Meets first Monday in the months
of January, April, July, and October,
at the Town Hall, at?
p.
m.
Assessed value of real estate, 8100.-
000.
Kate of taxation—for roads,
2^
mills on the SI
;
for local and general
purposes, 2 mills on the
$1
; for school
purposes, l/o mills on the SI.
COUNCIL, OF THE VII.LAGE OF
PIIIL.IPS1EURG, 1S79.
C. E. Cheesman, J.P., mayor; J. S.
Brigham, M.D., Thomas C. Crothers,
W. F. Kay, Stevenson Jameson, J.
P.,
David Buck and James 1. Carr. coun-
cillors; D. T. 11. Xyc, secretary-treas-
urer.
Meets first Saturday of each month
at the hour of 10 a. m. at the Council
Hall.
Assessed value of real estate. 1878^
$45,130.
Taxation for all purposes,
f
of 1
per cent.
COUNCIIi OF THE VILIiAGE OF
SlVEErSBUKG.
Horace D. Pickel, high constable
district of Bedford, mavor; Hon. Geo.
B. Baker, Q.C., M.P., Ernest Racicot,
Q.C., M.P.P., H. Le Rov Fuller, M.D.,
Charles H. Boright, J.P., G. Fuller
Shufelt, J.P., and Milton R. Bowker,
councillors
;
Albert E. Mitchell, secre-
taiy-treasurer.
Council meets first Monday of every
month at 7 p.m., at the office of the
mayor, Main street.
Assessed value of real estate, 1879,
$92,210.
Taxation for road purposes,
2^
mills
on the $1.
Taxation for winter roads, 1 mill
on the $1.
Taxation for general purposes.
If
mills on the SI.
The above includes all except school
taxes.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND.
BEDFORD.
OHURCII OF 8T. JAMES THE
APOSTLE :—Lower Bedford, rev.
H. W. Nye, M.A., rector of Bedford.
Hours of Sunday service—10.80 a.m.
and 7 p.m.; Sunday School, 9 a.m.
Richard Alcorn brack and Frederick
C. Saunders, church wardens
;
Eichard Alcombrack and John N.
Mills, delegates.
CLARENCEVILLE.
ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH:—Rev.
Canon Edward Du Vernet, rector of
Clarenceville. Service every alter--
nate Sunday at 10.30 a.m. and every
alternate Sunday at 2.30 p.m. ; Sun-
day School before service. F, U.
Derick and Stoddai-dHawley,church
wardens
;
John Bullock and Charles
Sawyer, delegates.
NOYAN.
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH :—Rev.
Canon Edward Du Yernet, rector of
Clarenceville, resides at Clarence-
ville. Service every alternare Sun-
day at 10.30 a.m. and every alter-
nate Sunday at 2.30 p.m. ; Sunday
School before service. James H.
Struthers and William Derick,
church wardens ; Calvin Derick and
James H. Struthers, delegates.
COWANSVILLE, ^
Rev T W
TRINITY CHURCH:
I
Fyles,
SWEETSBURG,
f
Eector of
CHRIST CHURCH:
J
NelsonviUe.
TRINITY CHURCH :—Hours of Sun-
day service—morning, every other
Sunday alternating with Sweets-
burg, at 10.30
;
evening, every Sun-
day at
7;
Sunday School, 2 p.m. E.
N. Robinson and Charles S. Cotton,
church wardens ; Lt.-Col. C. H. Hall
and G. K. Nesbitt, delegates; Lan-
don Hall, organist.
CHRIST CHURCH:—Hours of Sun-
day service—morning, every other
Sunday alternating with Cowans-
ville, at 10.30
;
afternoon, 2.30 when
no morning service is held. ; Sun-
day School, 2.30 p.m., except when
afternoon service is held, when it is
after that service. G. F. Shutelt
and G. H. Cotton, church wardens
;
Hon. G. B. Baker, M.P., and
J. A.
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I^IcLougblin, delegates; Miss Alice
Kathan, organist
DUMiA:ni.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH
:
,
rector. Hours of Sunday' service

11 a.m. and 7 p.m. ; Sunday School,
10 a.m. Stevens Baker and Henry
Ten Eyck, church wardens and de-
legates
;
Joseph S. Baker, vestry
clerk ; Joel Baker and Martin Baker,
sidesmen.
farmia:ti.
ST. JAMES CflUECH :—Rev. Thom-
as W. Mussen, M.A., rural dean of
Bedford. Hours of Sunday service

10.30 a.m. and 7 p.m. : Sunday
School, 9.30 a.m. Communion, first
Sunday of each month and festivals.
Week day services—every Friday,
7 p.m., during Lent, and daily at
4 p.m. during passion week. George
E. Loud and Richard J. Morgan,
church wardens ; George E. Loud
and George Scale, delegates ; George
vSeale, J. H. !Mosher, J. Leslie and
William Welch, sidesmen.
FRELIGHSBUKG.
TRINITY CHURCH:—Kev. J. Bur-
rows Davidson, M.A., rector. Hours
of Sunday Service—11 a.m. and 7
p.m. : Sunday School, 9.45 a.m.
Cleland Austin and Z. V. Whitman,
church wardens.
IVOORE'S STATION.
Service every alternate Sunday at
4.30 p.m. Held at Bockus' school
house, one mile from Moore's Sta-
tion. Rev. William Westover (res-
idence Philipsburg).
PHILIPSBliRG.
ST.
PAUL'S CHUllCH :—Rev. Wil-
liam Westover. Sunday service

10.30 a.m. ; Sunday School, after
service. P. C. Moore and Z. W.
Moore, church wardens,
PIGEON HILL..
ST. JAMES CHURCH :—Rev. Wil-
liam Westover (residence Philips-
burg). Sunday service—2.30 p.m.
STANBRIDGE EAST.
ST. JAMES CHURCH ;—Rev. I. Con-
stantine. Hoars of Sunday service
—morning, 10.30
;
litany, 3.30 p.m.
;
evening, 7
;
Sunday School, 2.30 p.m.
Daily service during the summer
season at 7 p.m. Benjamin Corey
and S. F. Rhicard, church wardens.
CANADA METHODIST CHURCH
CLARENCEVILLE CIRCUIT.
The Circuit embraces the Parishes
of St George de Clarenceville and St
Thomas de Foucault, also St Sebas-
tien in the County of Iberville. Rev.
John Stewart, superintendent.
Places and Sours
of
Service :
CLARENCEYILLE :—Every Sabbath
at 10.30 a.m.
;
prayer and class
meeting, G.30 p.m. ; Sunday school,
9.30 a.m.
;
prayer meeting every
Thursday at the church at 7 p.m.;
]u-ayer meeting ever}' Saturday at
the parsonage, for young people, at
7 p.m.
ST. SEBASTIEX :—Every fourth Sab-
bath at 2.30 p.m.
NORTH BEACH RIDGE :—Every
fourth Sabbath at 5 p.m. summer,
and 6 p.m. winter.
JAMESON'S :—Every fourth Sabbath
at 2.30 p.m.
SOUTH BEACH RIDGE:—Every
fourth Sabbath at 5 p.m. in summer,
and 6 p.m. in winter ; Sunday school,
every Sabbath in summer at 4 p.m.
FILER'S SCHOOL HOUSE:—Every
fourth Sabbath at 2.30 p.m.
NOYAN:—Every fourth Sabbath at
5 p.m. in summer, and 6 p.m. in
winter.
FOURTH CONCESSION SCHOOL
HOUSE :—Every fourth Sabbath at
2.30 p.m. Sabbath school every
Sabbath in summer at 1 p.m.
ELLIOTT'S SCHOOL HOUSE:—
Every fourth Sabbath at 5 p.m. in
summer, and 6 p.m. in winter ; Sab-
bath school every Sabbath at 4
p.m.
;
prayer meeting every Wed-
nesday at 7 p.m.
WOLFE RIDGE :—Every fourth Tues-
day at 6.30 p.m.
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COUNTY.
COWANSVIHiK CIRCUIT.
The Circuit embraces Cowansville,
Sweetsburg, East Farnham, For-
dyce's Corner, Farnham Glen and
Freeport. Eev. S. G. Phillips, M.A.,
superintendent.
Hours
of
Sunday Service :
COWANSVILLE :—At the church,
10.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m
;
Sunday
school, 2.30 p.m.
SWEETSBURG :-At Lappins Hall,
6 p.m,
EAST FAENHAM
:_Every alternate
Sabbath at 2.30 p.m.
FORDYCE'S CORNEE :—Every al-
ternate Sabbath at 2.30 p.m.
Week-day Services :
FARNHAM GLEN:—1st and 3rd
Wedneedaj-s of each month at 7.30
p.m.
FREEPORT :—2nd and 4th Fridays
of each month at 7.30 p.m.
COWANSVILLE :—Bible reading
every Thursday
at 7.30 p.m.
DUNHAItt.
Eev. William Scott, pastor. Hours of
Sunday service : 1 1 aim. and 7 p.m.
;
Sunda}' school, 9.30 a.m. ; Religious
services, Wednesday at 7 p.m.
EAST BtJMIAHI.
Rev. A. M. Delong, West Brome, pas-
tor. Service every alternate Sab-
bath at 10 a.m.
FREIilGHSBURG CIRCUIT.
The Circuit embraces Frelighsburg,
Abbott's Corner, Stanbridge East,
Pierceton, St Armand Centre and
Stanbridge Ridge. Rev. James E.
Richardson, superintendent
;
rev.
Samuel Jackson, supernumerary,
assistant
Hours of Service :
FRELIGHSBUEG :—Every Sunday,
10.30 a.m. ; Sunday school, 9.30
a.m.
ABBOTT'S COENER:—Every Sun-
day, at 2.30 p.m. ; Sunday school
after service.
STANBEIDGE EAST :—Every Sun-
day at 10.30 a.m., and 6.30 p.m.
;
Sunday school, 9.30 a.m.
PIEECETOiN :—Every fourth Sun-
day- at 2.30 p.m., and erery fourth
Sunday at 6.30 p.m., alternately.
Prayer
meeting and Sabbath school
every Sunday at 10 a.m.
ST.
AEMAXD CENTRE :—Every
alternate Tuesday at 7 p.m.
STANBRIDGE RIDGE :—E very
alternate Sundav at 2.30 p.m.
STANBRIDGE
EAST: -Eev. J. E.
Richardson, Frelighsbui'g, pastor
;
rev.
S. Jackson, assistant Rev.
pastor, Sup'y. Every Sunday at
10.30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
held in school, 9.30 a.m. Social
meeting, church, Thursday evening,
7 p.m. in winter, 8 p.m. in summer.
ST. ARinAND CIRCUIT.
The Circuit embraces Philipsburg,
Pike Eiver, Morgan's Corner and
St Armand Station. Rev. Eichard
Eobinson, superintendent.
Bours
of
Service :
PHILIPSBUEG:—Every Sabbath at
6.30 p.m.
PIKE RIVER :—Every Sabbath at
10.30 p.m.
MORGAN'S CORNER :—Every Sab-
bath at 2.30 p.m. ; Sunday school, 1
p.m.
ST. ARMAND STATION :—Every
alternate Tuesday, at 6.30 p.m.
UPPER BEDFORD.
Eev. H. Cairns, pastor. Hour* of
Sunday service 10.30 a.m. and 7
p.m. ; Sunday school, after morning
service ; prayer meeting at Church
every Thursday, 7.30 p.m.
;
Cottage
prayer meeting, Tuesday, 7.30
p.m.
WEST FARNHAM iniSSIOIV.
The Mi.ssion embraces Farnham,
Farnham Centre, Adamsville, St.
Bridget and Haseville, rev. Thomas
Bell.
Hours
of
Sunday Service :
FARNHAM:—Every alternate Sab-
bath, at 10 a.m., and every alternate
Sabbath, at 2 p.m. ; Sabbath school
one hour before service
;
prayer
meeting, Wednesday evening at 7.
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FAENHAM CEJ^TEE :—Every alter-
nate Sabbath, at 2 p.rn.
ADAMSVILLE:—Every alternate
Sabbath, at 6.30 p.m.
ST. BRIDGET .—Every alternate
Sabbath, at 10 a.m.
HASEYILLB :—Every alternate Sab-
bath, at 5.30 p.m.
CONaREGATIONAL CHURCH-
COWANSVILLE.
Rev. B. W. Da}', pastor. Hour.s of
Sunday service, 10.30 a.m., and 7
p.m. ; Sunday school, 2.30 p.m.
;
prayer meeting, Thursday, 8 p.m.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.
DUNHAM.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY CROSS:
—Rev. Joseph Beaudry, parish
priest. Hour.s of Sunday service

high mass, 9.30 a.m.
;
vespers, 2.30
p.m. Week day service—low mass
every morning at 6.30 a.m.
The Catholic parish of St. Croix (in
Tvhich Dunham is situated) is in
the township of Dunham. It is
twelve miles from east to west and
thirteen from north to south. It is
bounded as follows : on the east by
the township of Sutton, in the
county of Brome ; on the west by
the township of Stan bridge
;
on the
north by part of East Farnham and
the parish of St. Rose de Lima d«
Sweetsburg ; and on the south by
the State of Vermont.
Catholic population about 1,250 souls.
FAKIVHAJtt.
CHURCH OF ST. ROMUALD
(1,500 communicants)
:
—Rev. J.
Bte. Veronneau, parish priest ; rev.
N. Angers, vicar. Hours of Sunday
service—low mass, 7 a.m. sum-
mer, 7.30 a.m. winter; high mass
9.30 a.m. summer, 10 a.m. winter
;
vespers, 2 p.m. Week day service
—low mass every morning at 7.
The parish of St. Romuald de Farn-
ham embraces the municipality of
the town of Farnham and the muni-
cipality of West Farnham. Catho-
lic population, town of Farnham,
2,000
;
West Farnham, 1,300
;
total
3,300.
LOWER BEDFORD.
CHURCH OF ST. DAMIEN DE
BEDFORD :—Rev. Elphege Gravel,
parish priest. Hours of Sunday
service—high mass, 9.30 a.m. sum-
mer, 10 a.m. winter; vespers, 2.30
p.m. Week day service—low mass
every morning at 6.30 a.m.
The Catholic parish of St. Damien de
Bedford comprehends the south half
of the township of Stan bridge.
Catholic population, 1,800.
NORTH STANBRIDGE.
CHURCH OF ST. IGNACE.—Rev.
Emd. Lassard, parish priest. Service
every Sabbath morning, and .
The Catholic parish of St. Ignace
comprehends one half of the
northern half of the township of
Stanbridge. Catholic population,700.
ST. CHARLES DE STANBRID«E.
CHURCH OF NOTRE DA^IE DES
AXGE8
(850 communicants) : —Rev
H. Balthazard, parish priest. Hours
of Sunday service—high mass, 9.30
a.m. summer, 10 a.m. winter; ves-
pers, 2 p.m.
The Catholic parish of Notre Dame
des Anges comprehends one half of
the northern half of the township
of Stanbridge. Catholic pop. 1,400.
. ST. ar::«and station.
CHURCH OF NOTRE DAME DE
LOUEDES DE ST. AEMAND:—
Rev. E. A. J. Rivard, parish jiriest.
StTEETSBVRG.
CHURCH OF STE. ROSE DE LIMA :
—Rev. J. B. S. St. Onge, parish
priest. Hours of Sunday Service

high mass, summer, 9.30 a.m.
;
winter, 10 a.m. ; vespers, summer,
7 p.m. ; winter, 3 p.m. Week d^y
service—low mass ever}'" morning,
summer 6, winter 7.
The parish of St. Rose de Lima de
Sweetsburg comprehends one third,
of the township of Dunham, in the
noi'th-west part. Catholic popula-
tion 500.
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COURTS.
TEEMS OF THE COUETS FOE THE DISTEICT
OF BEDFOED,
COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH:—
Hon. C. Dunkin, J. S. C—Held at
Sweetsburg, the second Tuesday of
each of the months of March and
September.
SUPEEIOR and CIRCUIT COURTS :
—At Sweetsburg, the second Monday
of each of the months of Januai-y,
April. June and October,—each for
six consecutive judical days.
SESSIOiNS OF THE PEACE:—At
Sweetsburg, as appointed from time
to time.
TERinS OF THE COURTS FOR THB i
COCNTY OF ItllSSISQUOI.
CIRCUIT COURT:—Hon. Chris-
topher Dunkin, Judge
;
John Gough,
clerk; William H. Gordon, crier.
First Tuesday of each of the months
of March, June, September and
December, and the two following
judicial days. Held at Bedford, the
chef-lieu of the county.
CIRCUIT COURT :—(Since April,
1879),
Hon. Christopher Dunkin,
Judge ; Pierre Beriau, clerk. First
Tuesday of each of the months of
February, May and Xovember.
Held at the town of Farnham.
DISTRICT MAGISTRATES COURT:
—Judge G. E. Rioux, district magis-
trate
;
John Gough, clerk. From
the tenth to the twelfth days of each
of the months of February, May and
July, from the twenty-seventh to the
twenty-ninth day of October and
from the eighteenth to the twentieth
day of the month of December, both
days inclusive. Held at Bedford,
the chef-lieu of the county.
DISTEICT MAGISTRATES COURT
—(Since April 1879). Judge G. E.
Rioux, district magistrate ; Pierre
Beriau, clerk. Tth^February, 26th
April, 26th June, Ith October, and
15th December, at Farnham.
COMMISSIONERS COURT FOR
THE TOWNSHIP OF STAN-
BRIDGE :—N. A. Par^ and H. C.
Hall, commissioners; Thomas M.
Gough, clerk. First Monday in
each month throughout the year.
Held at Bedford, the chef-lieu of the
county.
COMMISSIONERS' COURT FOR
THB TOW^NSHIP OF DUNHAM :
—J. B. Gibson, M.D., A. D. Stevens,
M.D., Briggs A. Longeway, Wil-
liam S. Baker, S. B. Miltemore,
commissioners; George D. Baker,
clerk. Meets first Monday- of each
month at 10 a.m., in the Town Hall,
Dunham.
COMMISSIONERS COURT:—Held
at Town of Farnham, Joseph Lc-
quin, Hubert Paradis, Louis Lei'oux,
John Bowker, James H. Mosher,.
commissioners.
COMMISSIONERS COUET FOR
THE PARISH OF ST. ARMAND
EAST:—Ambrose S. Spencer,
(chairman), Myron J. Deming,
Abraham Titemore, commissioners;
George R. Marvin, clerk.
Held first Monday of each month, at
the hour of 10 a.m., at the Town
Hall, Frelighsburg.
COMMISSIONERS COURT FOR
THE PARISH OF ST. ARMAND
WEST :—Launson Ford, J. P.,
(cliairman), C. R, Cheesman, J.P.^
H. S. Throop and Charles Hawk^
commissioners; D. T. R, Nye, clerk.
First Monday in each month, at the
hour of 10 a.m., in the school house,.
Phillipsburg.
BAILIFFS OF THE SUPERIOR
COURT DISTRICT OF BEDFORD.
COUNTY OF BROME :— Albert
Peabody, Potton
;
Jeremy Allen,
Sutton ; Charles E. Peabody,
Potton : Calvin C. Perkins, Potton;
William Perkins, Potton
;
John C.
Pickel, Bolton ; Thomas M. Harsh.
Knowlton
;
James M. Jackson, Sut-
ton
;
W^illiam T. 0. Lewis, Adams-
ville ; Adolphus B. Greeley, Sutton
^
Alexander C. Duprey, east part of
Farnham
; Jeduthaa L. Perkins^
Potton.
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI:—
George W. Wells, Frelighsburg;.
John N. Mills, Mystic ; Edmund C.
216 MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY OP MISSISQUOI COUNTY.
Knight, Stanbridge ; David Nutt,
St. George de Clarenceville ; Hum-
phrey Chadbiirn, Dunham (Sweets-
burg)
;
William Stevenson, Cow-
ansville ; Henry M. Derick, St.
Thomas; Jeremie Larocque, West
Farnham
;
George H. Kemp, Cow-
ansville; Percival L. Cowan, Cow-
ansville ; Jean Bte. Jasmien, West
Farnham
;
Lafayette Jones, Sweets-
burg ;
G-eorge C. Chadburn, East
Parish of St. Armand
;
Hii-am C.
Bush,Clai-encevi lie; Samuel Coslett,
Bedford; Wm. A. Shelters, Bed-
ford
;
J. T. Rolland, Bedford ; X. E.
Tincent, Sweetsburg; George N.
Oalor, Sweetsburg; Hubert H.
Lewis, Dunham
;
Louis D. Goodwin,
Sweetsbui'g
;
Augustus Yan de Wa-
ters, Kast Parish of St. Armand.
COUNTY OF SHEFFORD:—Ed-
mond Fregeau, ISTorth Stukely ; Cy-
prien Guillette, North Stukoly
;
'Charles S. Martin,Waterloo
;
Joseph
Provost, Ely ; J. R. Tarte, Water-
loo
;
Peter A. Martin, Gran by
;
An-
toine Trudeau, Roxton Falls; Jo-
seph L. Bombardier, Waterloo
;
Charles Provost, St. C^cile de Mil-
ton
;
Benjamin Haskell, Waterloo
;
John A. Martin, Waterloo ; Clement
Dupont, St. Yal^rien de Milton
;
David Couture, Granby
;
Pierre Le-
doux, Waterloo ; Auguste Roy, Wa-
terloo; Jean Baptiste Rejinbal, Wa-
terloo
;
Philippe E. Dion, Eoxton
Pond; Charles Tarte, Roxton Falls;
Nathaniel Batchelder, Waterloo.
LEGAL. HOLIDAYS.
New Years, January 1 ;
Epiphany,
January 8
;
Ash Wednesday, March
5
;
Annunciation, March 25
;
Good
Friday, April 11; Easter Monday,
April 14
;
Ascension Day, May 22
;
Queen's Birthday, May 24; St.
Peter and St. Paul, June 29 ; Domi-
nion Day, July 1
;
All Saints' Day,
November
1 ; Conception, December
8
;
Christmas, December 25.
BOARD OP SCHOOL EXAMINERS
FOR THE DISTRICTOF BEDFORD.
Hobart Butler, M.A., advocate, Bed-
ford, president ; H. L. Fuller, M.A.,
M.D., Sweetsburg, vice-president;
rev. R. D. Mills, Dunham; Sidney
Fisher, Knowlton ; Cyrus Thomas,
principal Waterloo Academy
;
Wil-
liam Gibson, Adamsville, secretary-
treasui-er.
Candidates examined for elementary
school diploma at Sweetsburg, first
Tuesday in May and November
MILITIA, 1878-1879.
THE COUNTY OF MISSISQUOT IS
EMBRACED IN MILITARY DIS-
TRICT, NO. 5.
miSSISQUOI TROOP OF CAVALRY.
Capt. Bush, commanding officer
;
head-quarters, Clarenceville.
60th BATTALION.
Head-quarters, Clarenceville ; Lieuten-
ent-colonel Rowe, commanding
officer, Clarenceville ; Brevet lieu-
tenant-colonel, A. H. Gilmour, Stan-
bridge East; captain Peter Smith,
quarter-master, St Armand Station
;
captain Wm. M. Pattison, pay-
master, Clarenceville.
compa;nie8.
NO. 1 COMPANY:— Brevet-Major
Sixby, St Armand, commanding
officer ; 3 officers and 55 non-com-
missioned officers and men.
NO. 2 COMPANY:—Captain Jame-
son, Clarenceville, commanding-
officer
;
3 officers, and 55 non-com-
missioned officei's and men.
NO. 3 COMPANY:—Captain Robin-
son, Dunham, commanding officer;
3 officers and 55 non-commissioned
officers and men.
NO. 4 COMPANY :—Captain Higgins,
Farnham, commanding officer; 3
officers and 55 non-commissioned
officers and men.
NO. 5 COMPANY :—Captain Bockus,
Mystic, commanding officer; 3
officers and 55 non-commissioned
officers and men.
NO. 6 COMPANY :—Major Westover,
Frelighsburg, commanding officer;
3 officers and 55 non-commissioned
officers and men.
31ISCELLANE0US DIRECTORY OP MISSISQUOI COUNTr.
217
ACTUAL STRHV^iTH PRESENT AT
LAST IXSPKCTION.
CAVALllY:—2 oflircrs und 38 non-
coMimisf-ioned ofti- crs and men.
NO. 1 CC-.MP.\i\Y,
NO. 2 COMPANY,
NO. 3 COMl'ANY:—3 offi<ei-,s and
42 rioii-roiiimissioiied officeis and
men.
NO. 4 COMPANY,
No. 5 COMPANY:—2 officeis and
42 nou-f'omniissioiied officers and
men.
NO. G COMPANY:—3 officers and
42 non-com missioned officers and
men.
DISTRICT OP BRDPOHD KIKLE
ASSOCIATION.
Patron, the Hon. Jn(ii;e L)iinkin
;
vice-
])atroii8. Hon. L. tS. Huntin<);ton,
Hon. G. G. Stevens, lieut.-col. P"'iet-
oher, C..M.G.. B.A.G., It.-col. Jiowe,
commanding GOlli batt., lieut. col.
Dyer, R.M", and E. D. Eacicot,
IM.P.P.
;
president, lieut.-coi. Rovve,
commandini;- b'Otli Itatt. ; vice-|)resi-
dents, Doctors Gil)son, Hamilton,
Wood, Fuller and Lussier ; Messrs.
(hon
)
Lynch, M.P.P.,e! h. Chand-
ler, M.P", Hon
G. Baker. M.P.. and
lieur -cols. Miller, Amyiauld, Sixby
and Hall, majors Cox, Maynos, and
ca|)t. iJush; ouncil, the office-beir-
ers and captains of companies be-
longing to the association
;
execu-
tive committee, lieut.-cols. Fletcher.
Miller, Hall, E)\ve and Hon. M.
Aylmer; secrefaiy-treasurer, lieut.-
col. Ajlmer, B.M. , range officers,
lieut.-col. Gilmour and lieut. U'hit-
man, 60th batt., ca])t. Bui man, 78th
batt., and capt. Hail, 52nd baU.
MASONIC.
1879.
GRAND LODGE OF CHJEBEC.
M. W. Bro.J. H. Graham, Grand Mas-
ter; R. \V. Bro. C. .Tudii-e, Deputy
Grand Master; R \V. Bro. W. M.
LeMesurier, District Deputy tirand
Master, Montreal District; R. W.
Bro. J. B Charleson, District De-
puty Grand Master, Quebec and
Three Eivers District; R. W. Bro.
W. M. Keyes, M.D., GeorgevilJe,
District Deputv Grand Master, St.
Francis District
;
R. W. Bro. J. P.
Martin, District Deputy Grand Mas-
ter. Bedford District
;"
15. W. Bro.
Ailhur I^yon, District Deputv Grand
Master, Ottawa District; R.'W. Bro.
F. P. Butler, Grand Senior Warden
;
K. W. Bro. G R. Marvin, Grand
Junior Warden
;
R. VY. Bro. Rev.
J. Scrimger, Grand Chaplain
;
R.
W. Bro. 1. H. Stearns. Grand Treas-
urer; R. W. Bro. T. P. Prentiss,
Grand Registrar; R. W. Bro. J. H.
Isaacson, (irand Secretary; R. W.
Bro. Isaac Richardson, (xrand Tyler.
H. Wr. Bi-o. U. P. Taber, West Farn-
ham
; R. W. Bro. Arthur F. Simp-
son, Lennoxville; K. W. Bro. Jame.s
Bowen, jun., Quel»oc
;
Verj- W. Bi-o.
W.Simpson Walker, Montreal, mem-
bers of the iioard of General Pur-
poses for the next two years.
PRKYOST CHAPTER iNO. l-i, DUN-
HAM :-Dr. H. W. Wood. 1st P.Z.;
H. P. Newell, 2nd P.H.
;
Adna Hill^
3rd P.J,; John Massie, jun., S.E.
;
G. li. Longeway, S.N. ; A.S Kemp,
P.S.
;
Hon. riiomas Wood,
treas-
urer; W. B. Sccley, janitor.
Regular nieetings, Thursday, on or
preceding the full moon of each
month, at 7 p.m., at the Masonic
Hall, in the village of Dunham.
PREVOST I.ODGK NO. 7, DUN-
HAM:—A. S. Kemp, W.M.; M. G.
Baker, S.W.; Hiram Seelej^J.W.
;
Dr. J. B. Gil)son, chaplain; Hon.
Thomas Wood, treasurer; William
B. See ley, tyler.
Meets Tuesday, on or preceding the
full moon of each month, at 7 p.m.,
at tlie Masonic Hall, village of Dun-
ham.
PKKV.iST LODGE NO. 8, DUN-
HAM
:
,W.M.
;
J. B. Cullen, S.
W.;
S. Wilkins.m, J.W.
;
rev. S. G.
Phillips, chaplairj
;
B. A. Ijon-
geway, treasurer; H. Pagnello,
secretary; H. H. Lewis, tjier.
NELSON "lodge ^0. 3 Q.
R., ST.
ARM AND S r \ T I ON :—T. C.
J.oyns, W.M. ; F. H.
i
hroop, S.W.
;
M. A. Stewart, J.W.
;
Anson Shel-
218 MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY OF MISSISQUOI COUNTY.
ters, treasurer : George Hunt, secre-
tary ;
Charles Bradley, t^ier ; H.
H. Hastings, I.G. ; H. N. Sixbyand
Peter Smith, stewards.
Meets Thursday, on or preceding the
full moon of each month, at the Ma-
sonic Hall, St. Armand Station.
STANBRIDGB LODGE NO. 19,
STANBRIDGE:—C. E. Blinn, W.
M.; A. H. Gilmour, S.W ; S. H.
Sornberger, J.W.
;
M. V. Bryan,
secretary; N. M. Blinn, treasurer;
H. B. Kemp, tyler.
BROWNE LODGK NO. 24, FARN-
HAM :_Peter Elder, W.M.; George
Starks, S.W. ; David Boudreau,
J. W.; D. B. Meigs, treasurer;
secretary; NoelJett^, tyler.
Meets Friday on or befoi-e the full
moon of each month.
ROYAL CANADIAN LODGE NO.
29,
SWEETSBURG:—John Massie,
jun., W.M. ; R. F. Hutchins, S.W.
;
Peter Pickle, J.W; M. A. Pickle,
treasurer
;
C. H. Boright, secretary
;
N. Vincent, tyler.
Meets at Sweetsburg the second Wed-
nesday of each month.
FRELIGHSBURG LODGE NO. 3.3,
A. F. AND A. M., Q.
R., FRE-
LIGHSBURG:—Cleland Austin,
W.M.; E. B. Abbott, S.W.; Dr.
N. A. Smith, J.W.; Dr. Elijah
Rowell, chaplain
;
Joseph Lands-
berg, treasurer; George R. Marvin,
secretary; F. J.
Parker, S.D.
;
Allen W. .Miner, J D. ;
T. N.
Shepard and M. J. Sager, stewards;
•M. Spencer, I.G., H. Martin, tyler.
Meets Monday on or preceding full
moon of each month at the Masonic
Hall, over the Frelighsburg Gram-
mer school, at 7
p.m.
COUNER STONE LODGE ^0.
37,
C'
)WANSVILLE •—xMicah Vail,
W.M.
;
Matthew huiter, S.W.;
John Humphrey, J.W. , G.W.
Webb, treasurer; M. O. Hart,
secretary;
i*.\j. Cowan, tyler.
Meets the VVednesday after each full
moon.
BEDFORD
LODflE, NO. 59, BED-
FOllD:—Meets the Monday on or
preceding each full moon.
SOCIETIES.
MISSISQUOI COUNTY AGRICUl.-
TURAI^ SOCIETY.
Officers elected annually.
Office bearers 1879
:
—Lastin Snyder,
Stanbridge, pre-ident; P. C. Moore,
St Arraand West, vice president
;
George Sulley, Bedford, sec-treas.
Directors: —F. X. Des Rivieres, Notre
Dame ; David Westover, S. P.
Cameron, Dunham
;
M. Beerworth,
(Jlarenceville; Seth Enierick, St
Thomas
;
C. E Doming, St. Armand
East; Adolphus Truax, West Farn-
ham; E. C. Knight, Stanbridge;
George Sulley, secretary-treasurer,
Beilford.
Annual exhibitions of the society are
held at their grounds, Bedford, in
the earl} party of September, when
prizes to the amount of about eight
huudred dollars are offered for com-
petition. Thegrounds of the society
embrace eight acres, and are kept
in the most excellent order, while
both the main and lesser buildings
are well adaptci to the purpose for
which they were built.
MISSISQUOI t'OUNTY PLOWING
ASSOCIATION:—Moses Corey,
president; A. A. Batcheller, vice-
president; Z. V. Whitman, secre-
tary-treasurer.
UNION ST. JOSEPH DE FARN-
HAM:—Incorporated 1869. 250
members. Capital $-4,000. Joseph
Lequin, jun., president; Joseph
Smith, 1st vice-president; Abraham
Baillargeon, 2iid vice-president;
Edouard Choquette, secretary;
Louis iiacoste, assistant; Honor(5
Lequin, treasurer; Alfred Biazeau,
1st assistant ; Leon Mailloux, 2nd
assistant; Jean Bte. Archambault,
corresponding secretary; Calixte
Lequin, absistant ; Ludger Hebort,
commissaire ordonnateur; Joseph,
Archambault, assistant; J. Bte. St.
Pierre regisseur; Guillaume Bes-
sette, assistant; Frau9ois Lequin,
Henri Favroau, Pierre Bessett, and
Loui.s Comeau, comity d'inguent.
The object of the society is the support
of the widows, orphans and sick
members. Several thousand dollars
MISCELLANEOUS
DIRECTORY OF MISSISQUOI COUNTY. 219
have been paid since its existence.
Meets onr-e per week on Wednes-
day at 8 o'clock p.m. in their hall,
St Joseph street,
Farnham.
ST. 1>ATKICK'8
SOCIETY, FARN-
HAM
:
—Edward Donahue, presid-
ent ; James O'Connor, (Brigham),
vice-president; John Kavanagh, sec-
retary
;
Wm. Kinehan, correspond-
ing secretary. The society num
bers about thirty members. Meets
first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.
STAGE ROUTES.
CLAREXrEVILLE AND AIRD
STAGE LINE:—Stage leaves Cla-
renceville every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturdaj^, at 9 am. for Aird, 5
miles, fare 25 cts.
;
passing through
Nutts' Corners, 2 miles, fare 15 cts.
;
leaves Aird same days at 10.15 a.m.
for Clarenceville. Samuel 0. Clark,
Clarenceville, proprietor.
CLAREXCEVILLE ANDL\COLLE
STAGE LINE:—Stage leaves (Ma-
renceville daily, at 4 p.m. for La-
colle 5 miles, fare 40 cts., to connect
with train for Montreal. Leaves
Lacolle for Clai-enceville at 6 p.m.
Sam'l 0. Clark, Clarenceville, prop.
CLARENCEVILLE AND MIRANDA
STAGE LINE:—Stage leaves Cla-
renceville every Wednesday and Sa-
turday, at 9 a.m., for Miranda, 5
miles, fare 25 cts. l^eaves Miranda
same daj's for Clarenceville at 10.15
a.m. >amuel 0. Clark, Clarence-
ville. proprietor.
FRELIGH8BURG AND STAN-
BRIDGE EAST STAGE LINE :—
Stage leaves J^'relighsburg at 5.80
a.m., to connect with mail train of
Montreal, Portland and Boston Rail-
way' for Montreal. Leaves Stan-
bridge East on arrival of evening
train,reaching Frelighsburg about 8.
PHILIPSBURG AN I) ST. AKMAND
STATION STAGE LINE:—Stage
leaves Philipsburg, 2 miles, at 6 a.m.
to connect with train on Central
Vermont Railway for Montreal ; 10
a.m. train for St. Albans, &c. ; 5p.m,
do. Leaves St. Armand Station for
Philipsburg, on arrival of above
trains, fare 25 cts. A. F. Hoglo
Philipsburg, proprietor.
STANBRIDGE STATION AND
DUNHAM STAGE LINE: -Wil-
liam Turnbull, Stanbridge Station,
proprietor. Stage leaves Stanbridge
Station ihxWy after the arrival of
the mail train, at 9 a.m., for Dun-
ham, 13 miles, fare 75 cts.
;
passing
through Bedford, 2 miles, fare 25
cts.
;
Riceburg, (J miles, fare 85 cts.,
and Stanbridge East, 7 miles, fare
35 cts. Leaves Durdiam for Stan-
bridge Station at 8 p.m.
STANBRIDGE STATION AND
HENRYVILLE STAGE LINE
:—
Leaves Stanbridge Station dailj' af-
ter the ai-rival of the 5 40 p.m. train
from Montreal for Henryville, 8
miles, fare 50 cts., pa.ssing through
Pike River, 2 miles, fare 15 cts.,
and St. Sebastien, 6 miles, fare 40
cts. Leaves Henryville for Stan-
bridge Station at 5 a.m. Pierro
Girard, proprietor, sub-let to M. M.
Gamache, both of Henryville.
STANBRIDGE STATION AND
STANBRIDGE EAST STAGE
LINE : —William Turnbull, Stan-
bridge Station, proprietor. Stage
leaves Stanbridge Station dailj'' after
the arrival of afternoon train from
Montreal, at 5.40 for Stanbridge
East, 7 miles, fare 35 cts.
;
passing
through Bedford, 2 miles, fare 25
cts.
J
and Riceburg, 6 miles, fare 35
cts. Leaves Stanbridge East for
Stanbridge Station at 5.30 a.m.
ST. ARMAND STATION ANt) FHE-
LIGHSBURG STAGE LINE :—
Stage leaves St. Armand Station on
arrival of Central Vermont Rail-
way train from Montreal at 9 a.m.,
for Frelighsbarg, 10 miles, fare 75
cts.
;
passing through Pigeon Hill, 5
miles, fare 40 cts., and St. Armand
Centre,
7^
miles, fare 60 cts.
Leaves Frelighsburg, at 2 p.m., and
connects with train:of C.V.R. for St.
Albans, Boston, &c. Anson Shel-
ters, St. ArmandiStation, proprietor.
SWEETSBURG AND FRELIGHS-
BURG 8TAGE LINE :—Edward
Pickle, Sweetsburg, proprietor. Stage
220
MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY OF MISSISQUOI COUNTY.
leaves Sweetsbure: daily after the
arrival of the mail train from Mont-
real at7.:-i0 p.m., for Frelighsbur^,14
miles, f{\i-c 75c.
;
passing through
Covvansville, 1 mile, and Dunham, t'
miles, fare 40 cts. Leaves Fre-
lighsburg for Sweetsburg at 4 a.m.
protsstai^t boards of
SlHool commissioners.
CO\VA^SVILL.E,
VILLAGE OF.
Hiam E. Gloason (chaii-man)^ Jame.s
O'Hnlloran,
Q (1, Adam Oliver, Wil-
liam Dent and W. H. Macfarlane,
commissioners; William Stevenson,
secretary-iieasui'er.
DUNHAM,
TOWNSHIP OF.
James G. Pell, chairman; Franklin
E. Scott, G. F. Shnfelt, E. V. Gleason,
commissioners
; George D. Baker, se-
cretary-treasurer. Post office address,
Dunham.
FARMIA.TI,
TOWN OF.
James II. Mosher, chairman
;
John
Wilson, John T. Yates (trustees)
;
Curtis P. Taber, secretarv-treasurer.
FRKIilGHSBCJRQ,
SCHOOL MLNlCiPALirr OF.
(Comprising the parish of St. Armand
East and the village of Frelighsburg.)
John S. Lamoure (chairman), Han-
pon H, Hibbai-d, Edmund Ingalls,
Norman 11. Jenne, Kdmund Titemore,
commissioners
;
Elijah K. Spencer,
secretary-treasurer. Post office address,
Frelighsburg.
S r. ARni4>'0 WEST,
PARISH OF.
H. B. Slrcit, chaii-man; Charles
Titemore, Benjamin Sails, John Krans,
Seth Yates,commissioners ; M. A. Stew-
art, treasurer. Post office address,
/
St. Armand Station.
ST. D.V.TIIKN DE KEDFORD,
SCHO )L MUNICIPALI f Y OF.
Ebenezer A Icomltrack, chairman; C.
A. Kice, A. F. Slielters, rev. Samuel
Jackson, C. E. Blinn, commissioners;
George Sulley, secretary-treasurer.
Post office address, Bedford.
ST. GEORGE OECIiARENCEVIIiLE,
PARISH OF.
A. H.Derick, chairman, S J.Adams,
Merritt Heerwort, Stoddard Hawley,
William John MacNeil,commissioners
;
H. C. Hyde, secretary-treasurer. Post
office address. Clarenceville.
ST. THO.IIAS DE FOITCAUI.T,
PARISH OF.
J. Collins, secretary treasurer. Post
office address, Miranda.
WEST FA '^iVJIAM,
PARISH OF.
John Berwick, James Cameron, L.
S. W. Kemp (trustees) : George A.
Truaux, secretary-treasui-er. Post
office add res-;, Farndon.
CATHOLIC BOARDS
05^
SCHOOL
COMMISSIONERS.
NOTRE DAIIE DES ANGKS,
S^niOOL MUNICIPALITY OF.
(Comprising the Parishes of St.
Tgnaceand Notre Dame des Anges.)
Exurie Boivin, chairman ; Alfred
Courtemanche, Joseph Hegas.se, jnn.,
Alexaniler Galipeau, Vital Lamoureux,
commissioners; Joseph Ltibellc, secre-
tary-treasurer. Post office address,
St. Charles de Stanbridge.
ST. OA.IIIEN DE BEOFORD,
PARISH OF.
S. A. Moreau, chairman
;
Pierre
Allaire, Jean B. liamothe (trustees)
;
Hj-acinthe Guilletic. secretary-
trea-<urer. Post office address, Bedford.
ST. ROIflUALD DE FAKNHA.n,
MUNICIPALITV OF.
Louis Giroux, chairman
;
Eus^be
Martel, Theophile Birrard, Solyme
Choquette and Abraham Baiilargeon,
commis.•^ioners ; C U. Diifresne, secre-
tary'. Post office address, Farnham.
WEST FARNHAM,
MUNICIPALITY OF.
Olivier Audette, chairman
;
Hubert
Paradis, Cleophas Duhamel, Pierre
Choiniere, and Valentine Merizzi,
commissioners
;
C. U. Dufresne, secre-
tary.
MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY OF MISSISQUOI COUNTY. 211
COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI.
POST OFFICE. CATHOLIC PARISH.
Bedford *St. Damien de Bedford.
Cowniisville *TySte. Ri)>e de Lima de Sweetsburg.
DeslUvieros Station, P. O. Malmaison fNotre D;inie des Aiiges.
Dun hero JSte. Rose de Lima de Sweetsburg.
Dunlumi ||Ste. (.'roix de Duiham.
East Dniiliam
jl-'^^'^-
Croix de Dunham.
Farndon ^St. Romuald de Fainliam.
Freliijlisbuig ||'*^'e. Croix de Dunham.
M^-stic +Sl. Ii>;ii;K-e.
Morth Stanbridii,e jSt. lyinace.
Piorcelon J'^t.
Ijj^iiace.
Pike River *St. Damien de Bedford.
Ricel)urg '^St. Damien tie Bedfoid.
Scottsmore *ljSie. Rose de Lima de Svveetsburg.
St. Chai-les de Siaubridge fXotie Daiiie des Angcs.
Stan i)ridge East *St. Damien de P>edfor<l.
Sta:!bridi>e ividge ^Si. Damien de Bedford.
Stan bury |St. Igiiace.
Sweetsburg
'.
^Sie. Rose de Lima de Sweetsburg.
West Farnham §8l. Romuald de Farnliam.
*
The Catholic Parish of Notre Dame des Anges consists of one-half of the northern half of
the Township of Stanbr dge.
t
T'le Catholic Parish of St. Damien de Bedford consists of the south half of the Township of
Staubridge.
t
The Catholic Parish of St. Ignace consii-ts of one-half of the northern half of the Township
of Sianlii-idge.
§
The Catholic Parish of St. Romuald de Farnham coupisls of the west half of the Township
of Farnliam.
li
The Catholic Parish of Ste. Croix de Dnnham consists of two-thirds of the Township of
Dunham, east part.
^ The Catholic Parish of Ste. Rose de Lima de Sweetsburg consists of one-third of the Town-
ship of Dunham, north-west part.
Post Oflaces giving the Parish or Township only in which they are situated.
POST OFFICE. PARISH.
Abbott's Corner St. Armand Ivisi.
Aird St. Groorge de Clareii' eville.
Clareiiceville St. George de Clarencevilie.
Miranda St. Tliomas de Fotictuilt.
Moore's Sintion St. Armand West.
North Pinnacle St. Armand Kast,
Noyau St. 'Thomas de Foucauli.
Nutt's Corners St. George de Clareu'-eville.
Philipsburg St. Armand W-st.
Pigeon Hill Si. Armand W^est.
St. Arnumd Centre St. Armand East.
St. Armand Station St. Armand Wesi.
Venit-e St. Geoige de Claren-^-eville.
TOTFNSHIP.
Haseville Stanbridge.
Stanbridge Station Stanbridge.
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MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY-
TOWN OF ST.
JOHNS.
flFMCIPAIi GOTERNHKNT OF ST.
JOHNS, 1879.
MAYOR, J. P. CARUEAU.
CENTRE WARD:—Councillors, C.
Ai-pin, C. Faille and I. Dion.
EAST WARD:-Councillo.-.s, W.
Bn).s>eaii, J. H. Wilkinson and J,
UTain.
NORTH WARD:_Councillors, J. E.
Molleur, I. Bourguiirnon and Jos.
Beaudrv.
WEST 'WARD:— Councillors, L.
Lareau, E. L'Ecuyer and L. Sa-
nidisette.
OFFICERS OF THE COUNCIL:—
S. Cote, secretarj'-treasurer of the
Town, and the Catholic Board of
Schools.
Alexis Cartier, town inspector and
chief of police.
Chief engineer, tire department.
C. E. Bessette, tire station keeper and
mechanical engineer.
ST. JOHNS FIK£ DEPA ItT:TIENT.
The tiie station is situated on Lon-
gueuii street, and is a handsome two-
story brick building, with mansard
roof, erected at a cost of §5,600.
The lower portion is used, as a
matter of course, for the keeping of
fire apparatus. In the upper flat is
the tireman's hall, and the dwelling
of the keeper of the station. The
department is in a very efficient
condition, and consists of one steam
fire engine, rotary system, built by
The Silsbj' Manufacturing Co.,
Seneca Falls, N. Y., and is warrant-
ed to throw five hundred gallons of
water per minute. It cost about
84.000
;
one hand fire engine, cost,
§1,400; five hose reels, §1,100;
one New York regulation hook and
ladder truck, §1,200
;
one coal cart,
$112; and 3.100 feet of rubber hose,
worth §3,100.
Besides the above the town possesses
thirty hydi-ants fed by the water
works.
, chief; Charles R. Cou-^ins,
first assistant chief; O. Hel»ert,
second assistant chief ; Jos. Carson,
secretary; Charles Arpin, tiea-
surer
;
N. L'Ecuver, foreman. Steam
Fire Engine ('o.
;
F. Daniel, foreman,
hook and ladder truck; O.J, W ight,
foreman, salvage corps; C. Ryan,
foreman. No. I Hose Co. ; J. Dona-
ghy, foreman, No. 2 Hose Co.;
A. Davis, foreman. No. 3 iiose Co.;
P. Bouchard, foreman, No. 4 Hose
Co.
The average number of men to each
company is about fifteen.
BANKS.
LA BANQUE DEST. JEAN:—Head
office, St. Johns. 85 Richelieu street.
Incorporated 1873. Sub.-cribed capi-
tal §540,000
;
paid up capital §224,-
120. Discount days. Tuesdays and
Fridays. Louis Moileur, fils, 31. P.P.,
St. Johns, president; Isaac Coote,
St Johns, vice-president; Frangois
Gos.">elin, St. Alexandre ; W. Broa-
seau, St. Johns ; D. Brosseau,
L'Acadie. directors
;
Ph. Beaudouin,
cashier
;
Joseph Moileur, jun., teller;
A. Davignon, bookkeeper. Branch
at Napierville, P.Q., M. Catudai,
manager.
MERCH.\NTS BANK OF CANADA:

Head office, Montreal, Ca})ital.
$5,500,000. St. Johns Branch. 29 Ei-
chelieu street, corner of St. George.
W. Lake 3Iarler, manager; A. C. B.
Delmegc. accountant ; E. J. Harding
and E.'T. Walmsley, clerks.
CHURCHES.
ST. JAMES CHURCH, CHURCH OP
ENGLAND, Jacques Cartier street,
corner of St. George
:
—Rev. W. L.
224 MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY, TOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
Mills, rector of St. Johns; Rev. 0.
J. Booth, assistant minister. Hours
of Sunday service, 11 a.m. and
7
p.m. ; Sunday school and bible class,
3 p.m.
;
Wednesday eveninii," service
at 8 p.m. ; teachers meeting and
bible reading, Fridav, at 8 p.m.;
meeting for prayer, Saturday, at 8
p.m. The two last meetings are
held in the High School room, Jac-
ques Caitier street corner ""t. George
(opposite the church), G. H. Wil-
kinson and I. B. Futvoye, ciiurch
wardens
;
L. G. Macdonnld and Isaac
C'oote, lay delegates ; James Davis,
sexton, residence 39 St. George.
CHURCH OF ST. JOHN TBE
EVANGELIST, ROMAN CATHO-
LIC, Longueuil street corner of St,
James:

Rev. Fortunat Aubry,
parish priest ;i-ev. Joseph Daignault
and rev. M. Bisson, vicars. Hours
of Sunday service—low mass, 7.30
a.m. in summer and 8.30 a.m. in
winter; high mass, 9.30 a.m. in
summer and 10 a.m. in winter;
ves])ers, 2.15 p.m.; low mass every
morning except Sundaj', 6.30 a.m.
in summer and 7 a.m. in winter;
Miclicl Bdhini;er, sexton, residence
35 St. Charles^
MKTHODIST CHURCH OF CAN-
ADA, Longueuil street:—rev. W.
J. ('rothers, M.A., pastor. Hours
of Sunday service, 10.30 a.m. and
7 p.m.
;
Sunday school, 2.3U p.m.
;
pi-aj'er meeting, Wednesday*, 7.30
p.m.
EDlJC.lTIOXAIi.
CONVENT OF THi'l CONGREGA-
TION OF NOTRK DAME.
Founded in St. Johns, 1849.
54 Grant street. Sister St. Philippe de
Nery, superioress. Average yearly
attendance of pupils from 330 to
500,
ST. JOHNS COMMERCIAL ACA-
DEMY, 69 and 71 St. James street
:

Brother .Maxamillian, director of
tlie Academy; Brother Placidius,
sub-director; also eight professor.s.
ST, JOHNS HIGH SCHOOL, St.
George street corner Jacques Car-
tier: —W. H. Stevens, principal;
Miss Sawyer, assistant.
ST. JOHNS INFANT SCHOOL (for
children from 2 to
7 j'ears ot age),
17 Longueuil:—Under the direction
of the Grey nuns. Admission fee
25 cents per month, or children are
admitted free if their parents so de-
sire. Average dailj- attendance,
21)0.
CATHOLIC BOARD OF SCHOOL
TRUSTEES.
Hon. F. G. Marchand, M.P.P., presi-
dent
;
Charles Langelier, James
O'Cain, I. Bouiguignon, Noel
Chaput. Term of office, 3 yenvs.
PROTEVrAIVT BOARD OF SCHOOL
TRISTEES.
K. R. Smith, T. A. Cousins and Wm.
Drumm, ti'ustees proper. The mixed
school board consists of the above and
rev. W. L. Mills, rev. W. J. Crothers,
I. B. Futvoye and George H. Wilkin-
son.
ciTsroiHs department:
Cu>tom House, 23 Richelieu.
E. I). Pliillips, collectf)!- of customs;
H. G. Pei'chard, chief clerk and land-
ing waiter; J. B. Bissonnette, clerk
and landing waiter
; E. Brossard, clerk
and landing waiter. Imports tor the
year ending June 30th, 1879, 8408,-
972 ; exports for the same period,
S337,390.
The number of vessels
inwards from the United States for
same time was 848, with a tonnage of
70,697 and outwards 392 vessels, with
an aggregate of 26,182 tons. Besides
793 vessels from the United Slates,
with ea)-goes for other ports, reported
inwards at 8t. Johns, and about 1,249
vessels passing outwards to the same
county clcaretl from other ports with
cargo. Making altogether, inwai'ds
and outward.s, a toial of 3,282 vessels.
ST. JOHNS HOSPITAL.
17 J..ongueuil street.
The Hospital is under the direction
of the Grey Nuns. Sister Mallard,
superioress. Conducted by the same
MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY, ToWN OF ST. JOHNS. 225
community, in the same building'-, is
an infant school, which has aliead}'
been meTitioned un<icr the head of edu-
cational. The averaire number of
patients in the ho-pital is 86. This
institution also charitablN' provide^
for, and takes care of, about 1^0 aged
and intirm persons.
NEH'SPAPERS.
LA VOIX DU
PEIJPLE :—Published
every Friilay by Roy Fieres. An-
nualsubseiiptioii -i^l.SO in advance.
Office 8S Uichelieu street.
LK F UANCO-CA NA D 1 E N : — Tri-
weekly edition, Tuesday, Thursda}-
and Saturday;
annual sul>scription
8:^.50 in atlvance. Weekly edition,
Fritlay ; annual subscri|>tion SI in
advance. I. Bouriiuiirnon,
proprie-
tor, ])ublislier and printer, office 2
Market square.
THE NEWS
AND FHOXTIER
ADVOCATE : — Published every
Frida}', by E. R. Smith, proprietor.
Annual sub>cri])tion SI in advance,
office 18 Richelieu street-, nearly
oijposite the new post office.
SOCIETIES.
ST. JEAN BAPTISTE SOCIETY:
—Incorporated
by Act of Parlia-
ment in 1868 as
"
LaSociete St. Jean
Baptiste de la Ville de St. Jean." Its
character is national and benevolent.
Number of members about 125. T.
A. Bernier, president; S. Cote, first
vice-president; J. Hilaire Freni^re,
second vice-president; Henri Bros-
seau, fecretar\'
;
,
a.ssis-
tant seci-etar}-
;
Oliva Langlois, trea-
surer
;
Joseph Poirier, first-assistant
treasurer; Michel Dolan, second
assistant treasurer; Octave .Mercier,
commissaire ordoiniateur
;
Christie
Stephani, assistant commissaire or-
donnateur.
L' UNION ST. JOSEF ; I DE ST.
JEAN
:
—Noel Chaput, president
;
Olivier St. Cyr, first vice-president
;
Moi^e Thibodeau, second vice-presi-
dent
;
Jean Bourguignon, secretary
;
E. Hebert, assistant secretary
;
Joseph Boueher,treasurer ; Ednuard
L'Ecayer, tir>t-a.ssistant tieasuier;
Joseph Linglois, second assistant
treasurer; Jean Baptiste G ^-oii-e,
commissaire ordonnateui- ; Ged^on
Laiielle, assi-^tant commiss:iiie or-
donnateur
;
Joseph Chagnon. deposi-
tor. This society numbei-s 2U0
members.
ST. PATHICKS SOCIETY.—J.
O'Cain, piesi<k'nt; William Kear-
ney, vice-))resiiiuiit
;
.1. B. Brennan,
treasurer, J. A. Mc(^uillen, seere-
tai-v.
CEBCLE LITTERAIllE DE ST.
JEAN:—S. Cote, president; E.
Arpin, vice-presideni ; J.
QIle^nel,
secretary; G. Tiahan, assistant
secretai-v ; Joseph Chartiei-, treas-
urer
;
R. Brault, assistant treasurer,
J. Barret te, janitor and master of
ceremonies. The society has an
actual meml)ership of Hi L>uring
the fall and winter months meet-
ings are held every Wednesday
evening at 8 p.m., and during the
remainder of the year eveiy fort-
night. I'he society meets at the
Firemen's Hall, J^on^ueuil street.
L'ORPHIoN DE ST. JEAN:—C. T.

liarbonneau, ])resiilent ;
£. Z.
Haniel, director. The society' meets
in O'Cain's block, Richelieu sti'cet,
every Thui-sday at 9 p.m., for prac-
tice. It has a membership of 40,
and has proved a success. In
cultivating a taste for mu.~ic care is
taken to exclude anything in the
shape of melody appertaining to
the burnt cork ])rofessir)n.
LA SOCIEIE PERMANENTE DE
CONSTRUCTION DU DISTRICT
DTBEKVILLE:—Office, 69 Jac-
ques Cartier street. H. .Marcband,
president ; Thomas Sheridan, vice-
president
;
T. A. Bernier, H.
Moreau,
J. S. -Messier, A.
Davignon and
Alexander Macdonald,
directors;
E'louaixl L'Ecuj'er,
secretary-treas-
uier.
OTASOMC.
DORCHESTER LODGE NO. 4
Q.R.,
A.F. & A.M. :—St. Johns, P.Q.
226 MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY, TOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
Regular meetings first Tuesday of
eaca month. Place of meetings,
Wilkinson's block over Express
office, 27 Eichelieu street.
ODD FELLOWS.
MIEIAM LODGE, NO. 10, I.O.O.F.
:
—Regular meeting, every Thurs-
day. Place of meeting Wilkinson's
block, over exj»ress office, 27 Riche-
lieu street.
ST. JOHNS CRICKET 4NI> LACROSSE
CLUB.
J.
B. Stewart, president ; A. J. Wight,
vice-president; John A. Tees, secre-
tary- and treasurer. The number of
members is 61.
UNITED STATES CONSULATE.
Robert J. Saxe, consul; John Donaghy,
vice-consul; office 4 Kichelieu street.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF THE
COUNTA" OF ST. JOHNS.
L. L. Roy., mavor of Blairfindie, war-
den, P.O. ad.liess L'Acadie
;
Wm. H.
Yanvliet, mayor of LacoUe, P.O.
address Lacolle
;
Cyrille Hebert,
mayor St. Valentin, P.O. address St.
Valentin
;
Charles Hebert. mayor of
the Parish of 8t. Johns, P.O. ad-
dress St. Johns
;
Jean Baptiste
Baillargeon, mayor of St. Luc, P.O.
address St. I^uc
;
Secretary-treasurer, Eugene Archam-
beault, St. Johns; delegates: the
warden, and Charles Hebert and
Jean Baptiste Baillargeon.
Regular meetings of the council are
held on the second Wednesdaj-, in
each of the months of March, June,
September and December.
Meetings are held in Town of St. Johns
at the County Hall, Jacques Cartier,
street at 10 a.m.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF THE
PARISH OF ST. JOHNS.
Charles Hebert, mayor, P.O. address
St. Johns
;
Moise Pinsonneault,
Napoleon Poutre, Benjamin Smith,
Moise Roy, Jean Baptiste Olignj',
Alexander Lanoue, councillors, P.O.
address St. Johns ; Eugene Archam-
beault, secretai-y-treasurer.
Regu-
lar meetings first iVIonday of the
months of February, March, June,
and October, and the last day of
December, at the Countj' Hall.'jao-
ques Cartier street, at 1 p.m.
TERRMS OF THE COURTS FOR THE
DISTRICT OF IBERVILLE
SUPERIOR COURT TERMS:

From the 20th to the 25th inclusive,
of the months of January-, March,
May, Septt^mber and November.
CIRCUIT COURT:—From the 20th
to the 25th inclusive, of the months
of February, April, June, October
and December.
COURT OF QUERX'S BENCH:—
Two terms commencing March 11th
and October llth.
JUDICIAL OFFICERS FOR THE DIS-
TRICT OF IBERVILLE.
H. W. Chagnon, judge; Charland
&
Marchand, joint prothonotary of
the Superior Court, joint clerk of
the Circuit Court, and joint clerk of
the Peace and Crown
;
Charles B^-
langer, deputy do
;
Charles Nolin,
sheriff; J. E. Z. Bouchard, deputy
do
;
F. X. Lanier, crier and high
constable; Etienne Guillot, jailer.
BAILIFFS FOR THE DISTRICT OF
IBERVILLE.
Ambroise Moisant, Napierville ; Michel
Moisant, St. Johns ; Joseph Brunelle,
Napierville ; H3'polite Gervais,
Iberville; F. X. Lanier, St. Johns;
Michel Marcoux, St. Alexandre
;
Joseph Rh^aume, St. Valentin
;
Francois 'ianguay, Sle. Bridget
;
Jo.seph Pepin, St. Michel Archange;
Jacob Dupuis, St. Johns; Pierre
Gagne, Sherrington ; Amable San-
teire, St. Remi, Louis Lemaire,
Henryville; Oavid Lareau, Lacolle;
Noah Boright, L:icolle; Moise
Rlieaumo, St. Valentin ; Thomas
Auger, St. Gregoire; Edouard Mar-
cou.\', St. Johns; Nicolas Belouin,
St. Edward; Pierre Campbell, St»
Sabastien
;
Arthur Lanier, Iber-
vjlle
;
Toussaint Moisan, Na])ier-
ville; Henri Alderic Haraelin, St.
Michel Archauire.
MONTREAL ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. 22T
ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS.
ABBOTT, TAIT. WOTHER,
SPOON & ABBOTT,
udvocates-
11 ii()>pital
BARRY. SMITH & CO.,
manufac-
turens of leather belting, tire engine
ho>e, &c., dealers in rubber belting
and hose, 594, 596 and 598 S"t
BEAUCHEMIN A , & CO ,
manu-
faclureis of threshing machines,
304^ Craig, opposite the Cattle Mar-
ket"
BEAUDRY ARMAND,
importer
of diamonds, jewellery, watches,
fanc^ goods, silver and plated ware,
269 Notre Dame
BELIVEAU AIME,
p^'opnetor
Canada Hotel, 17 St Gabriel corner
8t Ther^sc
BETHUNE & BETHUNE,
advo-
cates. .Merchants Exchange, 11 St
Sacrament
BOURGEAU, LIFFITON & CO.,
manutacturers and importers of
cotfees. spices, &c.. Trade Cottee and
Si>ice Steam Mills, 43 College
CANADA HwTEL,
Aim^ Beliveau,
proprietor, 17 St Gabriel corner St
Therese
CARTNEY J. S.,
sign and show card
writer. Illuminated show cards,
crystal show cards, window shades,
&c. Streamers written on short
notice. Window tickets, one cent
each, 31 St Lambert Hill. See Adv
paye 131
CHAPLEAU GODFROI,
manufac-
turer of burglar proof and tire and
burglar proof satiss, iron vault lin-
ings, burglar-proof vault doors,
fire-proof doors, iron shutters, stone-
cutters' tools, &c.. Dominion i'^afe
Works, 320 8t Lawrence and 784
Ontario. See Adv page 5
CHAPLEAU Z., & LABELLE,
publishers, booksellers and book-
binders, importers of French reli-
gious articles, 174 Notre Dame,
opposite the Court House
COLE FRED.,
general agent Com-
mercial l!nion Assurance Co. of
London, England, 64 St Francois
Xavier. See Adv inside back rover
COMMERCIAL UNION ASSUR-
ANCE CO-,
of London, England,
Fred. Cole, general agent, 64 St
Fran9ois Xavier. See Adv insi'Je
bad: rarer
COOK'S FRIEND B A. K I N a
POWDER,
the leading baking
powder in the Dominion, .letailed
everywhere, manufactured only by
W. b. McLaren,
5.')
College. See
Adv outside back cover
COSSITT Gr M. & BRO.,
proprie-
tors Canada Agricultural Implement
Works, Brockville, Ont., otlice and
warerooms, 79 and 81 McGill, Mon-
treal, R. J. Latimer, manager
DECARIE A, & CO.,
Victoria Wire
Works, manufacturers of wire work,
steel wire cloth, crimped spark wire
cloth for coal burning locomotives,
also, twilled spark wire cloth for
wood burning locomotives 57U Craig
DeMARTiaNY ADELARD L-,
cashier La Banque Jacques Cartier,
7 and 9 Place d'Armes
DeSOLA BROS. & COLLINS,
general commission, merchants and
exporters of Canadian produce, office
82 and 84 McGill, warehouses
McGill. Wellington and Grey Nun
DOMINION SAFE WORKS,
Godfroi Chapleau, proprietor, 320
St Lawrence and 784 Ontario. See
Adv page 51
DOUGALL JOHN, & SON.
proprie-
tors and printers Montreal Witness,
daily and weekly, book and job
printers, &c., 33, 35 and 37 St Bona-
venture
DUFRESNE J- B R.,
watchmaker
and jeweller, 176 Notre Dame corner
St Vincent, next door to MM. Chap-
leau & Labelle
228
MONTREAL ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS.
ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS.
DUFRESNE L. P.
(established
1869), ward) maker and jeweller, has
removed to No. 92 St Joseph street,
next door to hi^ old stand
EVANS WILLIAM,
iraj.orter and
growei' of tield, u-arden and flower
seeds, friiii atnl ornamental trees,
and a<i;ri<niituiul
implement ware-
i)onse.^S9. 91 and 9::J M'Gill
FABRE aUSTAVE R-,
manufac-
tiiiei- ot' hub.-' and importer of sad-
dierj' and carriage trimmings, bar
iron, steel, paints, and oils, &c., 241
v^t Paul
FROST & WOOD,
manufacturers
of agrinilt'iitd im])leraents, Smith's
F;iir8, On;.. Larmonth & Sons,
agents, offi-e and warehouse 33
College and 8 St Henry. See Adv
page 116
GAQNON BROS. & WHITE,
pro-
prietors Itet.iil Merchants Associa-
tion, Ja>'qnes Cartier Bank build-
ing, 7 Pluce d'Armes
GALARNE4U M C,
flealer in lea
thoi- and shoe tindings, 279 St Paul
GORDON JAMES C, & CO,
coniniission mercdiants, wholesale
imi>orter'^ of fi-h and canned goods,
31 and 33 Si Ni(diolas
GRANT JAMES,
manager and
be-retary Ilochelaga Mutual Fire
Insurance
Co., 194 St James
HALDIMAND & CO-,
importers of
iron, jnetals and hardware of every
description, sign of the lock, 253,
255 and 257 St Paul corner St Vin-
cent
HENEY & LACROIX,
wholesale
dealers in sadillery hardware and
cai-riage trimmings, 520 and 522 St
Paul
HOCHELAGA MUTUAL FIRE
INSURANCE CO.,
Jivmes Grant,
manager and secretary, 194 St
James
JACKSON BROS.,
manufocturers
of lasts, trees, crimps, dies, &c.,
dealers in leather and shoo findings,
419 St Paul
JODOIN & CO.,
iron founders and
shovel manufacturers, foundry Lon-
gueuil, office and warerooms 309 St
Paul
KITTSON G. R. W., B.C L.,
notary
public, commissioner, &c., office 60
St James
LA BANQUE JACQUES CAR-
TIER,
Adelard L. DeMartigny,
cashier, 7 and 9 Place d'Armes
LABELLE P. E.,
f^mcy and staple
goods, sign of the blue ball, 109
Notre Dame, between Bonsecours
and Gosford
LAMOTHE MAJOR G.,
postmaster,
127 St James corner St Frangois
Xavier
LANTHIER & CO.,
hatters and fur-
riers, Centennial first prizes, gold
and bronze medals, 271 Notre Dame
LAPIERRE Z.,
wholesale boot and
shoe manufacturer, 306 St Paul
LARMONTH & SONS,
agricul-
tural implement Avareliouse, agents
for Frost & Wood, Smith's Falls,
Ont., 33 College and 8 St Henry,
See Adv page i 1
6
LATIMER R. J.,
manager G. M.
Cossitt & Bro., proprietors Canada
Agricultural Implement Works,
Brockville, Ont., office and ware-
rooms 79 and 81 McGill
LOVELL PRINTING AND PUB
LISHING CO-
(limited), printers
and publishei's of Loveli's series of
school books, Loveli's Gazetteer of
British North America, Loveli's
Montreal Directory, and Loveli's
Classitied Business Directory;
general book and Job printers and
blank book manufacturers, John
Lovell, managing director
;
Pobert
K. l..ovell, secretary-treasurer, 23
and 25 St Nicholas. See Adv page
139
MA^AULAY R.,
secretary. Sun
iMutual Lite and Accident Insur-
ance Co., 164 St James
MONTREAL ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. 229
ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS.
McLaren W. D.,
manufacturer of
the Cook's Friend Bakiiii^ Powder,
55 College, ^ee Ado outside back
cover
MEWHORT W. F., & CO.,
India
rubber warehouse, rubber goods of
everv description, 237 St James
MONTREAL WITNESS,
annual
subscription to thiily iu city
S4,
in
country
S3,
postpaid ; to weeklj-
SI. 10,
postj)aid; weekly to mini.ster.s,
85e., postpaid
;
John Dougail & Son
proprietors and printers,
33, 35 and
37 St Bonaventure
MORTON, PHILLIPS & BUL
MiSii
(successors to Robert Gia-
h:tm, established lb29), stationers,
account book manufacturers and
printers, 375 Notre Dame 3rd door
east of St John
PARSONS S. R.,
furniture and up-
lioKstery goods in all their varieties
for hall, dining-room, drawing-room
and bedroom, of the most modern
stales and best material, 437 and
439 Notre Dame, opposite St Helen.
See Adv page 55
PAYETTE & BOURGEAULT,
b()0.>:.«^ellei-s, stationers and book-
binders, 250 St Paul
PICAULT & CO.,
chemists and
druggists, wholesale and retail, 75
JSore Dame
PObT OFFICE,
major G.Lamothe,
postmaster; M. Eitieiy, assistant
po.vtmaster, 127 St James corner
Si Fi-angois Xavier
RAM3AY W. M.,
manager The
Standard Life Assurance Co., 151
St James.
See Adv page 16
RAMSAY. DRAKE & BODS,
paints, oils and varnish manufac-
turers,
37, 39 and 41 Eecollet, fac-
torv 330 St I'atrick
RETAIL MERCHANTS' ASSO-
CIAxION:
Gagnon Bros. & White,
proprietors, Jacques Cartier Bank
Buildings, 7 Place d'Armes
RITCHIE & RITCHIE,
advocates,
151 Si James
ROBY J. M., & CO.,
dealers in lea-
ther and slioe lindings, 409 St Paul
ROYAL INSURANCE CO. OF
LONDON,
-M. 11, Gault, M.P., and
\V. I at lev, chief agents, corner
Notre Dame and Place d'Armes
SEYBOLD SON & CO.,
importers
of iron, metals and hardware, whole-
sale, 483 and
4s5
St Paul
SHERIFFS OFFICE,
Hon. P.J.
O. Chauveau, sheritf; Myron H.
Sanborn, deputy sheriti", Court
House, 177 2s')t]-e [);ime
STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE
CO (THE)
\V.>1. Kam>ay, manager,
151 St Jamc^ See Adv page 10
STRE-diT JOHN.
manutacturing
jeweller, 241 Notre Dame. See Ado
page 1
SUN MUTUAL LIFE AND AC-
CIDENT INSURANCdi CO.,
K.
Ma<-aulav, sccrelarv, 104 St James
SURVEiER L. J^ A,
hardware,
stoves, ranges, wringers, washing
machines, Sherwood's white wire
goods and agate iron utensils, &c.,
THIBAUDEAU BROTHERS &
CO
. wholesale dry goods importers,
33 J St Paul
THOMSON & CO
. saddlery and
vari'iage hardw.ire, 456 St Paul
TRADE C()PFEE AND SPICE
ST^AM MILLS,
Bourgeuu, Lifli-
ton it Co., 43 College
VICTORIA WIRE WORKS.
A.
Decarie Oc Co., 570 Craiir
WARREN H. B , & CO-
(e.stab-
li.shed
1S34J,
scale maiiufacturers,
205 Fortiticalion lane
WATSON JOHN,
j"n. e'cctro-
pia cd wai-e 370 St. Paul See Adv
outside front cover
WISEMAN J. L.,
wood engraver
and de-igner on wood, 620 Craig
over Star office. See Adv page 18
CUSTOMS
lARIFF.
Acids, Acetic and Vineorar
per imp. gal., 12 cts.
;
pkgs. 20
"
Agaric
Free
"
Carboys, subject to duty full or
empty
20
"
Muriatic
20
"
Nitric
2i)
"
Oxalic
Free
"
Sulphuric per lb.,
^
ct.
;
pkgs. 20
"
All others not specified 20
Advertising Pamphlets per 100,
f
1
Advertising Pictures or Bills 30
Agates,
unmanufactured Free
Agricultural Implements not otherwise
provided for 25
Alabaster tsee Fancy Goods) 20
Alcohol
per Imp. gal., 5^1.90; pkgs.. 20
Ale, Beer and Porter in bottles, 6 qts. or
12 pts. to an imp. gal
per imp. gal., 18 cts.
;
pkgs. 20
Ale, Beer and Porter in casks or other-
wise than bottles
per imp. gal., 10 cts.
;
pkgs. 20
Alkanet Root
Free
Aloes
Free
Aluminium
Free
Almonds (see Nuts) 20
Alum
Free
Ambergris Free
Amber Gum Free
Ammonia, crude Free
Anatomical Preparations 20
Anchors
Free
Augola Hair, unmanufactured Free
Aniline Dyes, Salts or Crude Oils Free
Animals ot all kinds not elsewhere speci-
fied
20
Animals for the im[)rovement of stock.
Under regulations to be made by the
Treasury Board, and approved by the
Governoriu Council Free
Animals brought into Canada, tempor-
arily, and for a period not exceeding
three months, for the purpose of exhibi-
tion or competition for prizes offered by
any agricultural or other association.
But a bond shall be first given in accor-
dance with regulations to be prescribed
bj the Minister of Customs, with the
condition that the full duty to which
such animals would otherwise be liable
shall be paid in case of their sale in
Canada, or if not re-exported within
the time si)ecitied in such bond Free
Animals from Newfoundland Free
Annatto, Liquid or Solid, and Seed Free
Anthracite Coal,per ton 2,000 lbs., 50 cts.
Antimony Free
Antiquities (collections of) Free
Apparatus, Philosophical, for the use of
Schools, Colleges, Scientific and Lit-
erary Societies, including Globes and
Pictorial Illustrations of Insects Free
Apparatus for Stearing ships 20
Apparel, Wearing, and other personal and
household effects, not merchandise, of
British subjects dying abroad, but domi-
ciled in Canada
Apples, Dried (see Fruits). ..per lb., 2 cts.
"
Green " ....perbrl., 40 cts.
Aqua Fortis
Argentine, Albata .ind German Silver
Plated Ware of all kinds
Argol Dust
Argols Crude
Arms for the use of Army and Navy
Army and Navy and Canadian Militia,
for use of:
Arms
Clothing
Military Stores and Munitions of War..
Musical Instruments for Bands
Arrowroot
Arseniate of Aniline
Arsenic
Articles for the public uses of the Domi-
nion Government or any of the depart-
ments thereof, and for the Senate and
House of Commons
Articles for use of the Governor General.
"
"
" Foreign Consuls
General
Artificial Flowers
Ashes, Pot, Pearl and Soda
Atlases
Axes
Axles of all kinds except Carriage, &c...
•'
for Carriages, &c
Babbit .Metal
Bacon, Dried or Smoked (see Meats)
per lb., 2 cts.
;
pkgs.
Bagatelle Boards
Bags, Seamless (see Cottons)
per lb., 2 cts. and
Baggage (see Travellers' Baggage)
Baking Powders
Balances (see Iron)
Balls, Glass
Bamboo Reeds not further manufactured
than cut in lengths for Walking Sticks,
Canes, Umbrella, Parasol or Sunshade
Sticks
Bamboo, unmanufactured
Barilla or Kelp
Barks, Hemlock and others, used chiefly
in dyeing
Barley
per bush.
Barrels, of Canadian manufacture, ex-
ported filled with domestic petroleum
and returned empty, under such regu-
lations as the Minister of Customs may
prescribe
Bars, Brass, Tin, Copper
"
Iron, Rolled or Hammered
"
" Puddled
Barytes unmanufactured
BasKcts, Willow or Osier
"
other
Bath Bricks
Free
30
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
20
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
30
Free
20
30
25
30
10
20
25
15
Free
20
30
20
Free
Free
Free
Free
15
Free
10
in
12
J
Free
26
20
26
CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA. 231
Batting and Batts (see Cottons), not
Bleached, Dyed or Colored, per lb., 2
ct3. and
^5
Batting and Batts (see Cottons), Bleached,
Dyed or Colored I'er
lb., 3 ct?. and 15
Beans and Bead Ornaments (see Fancy
Goods)
Beams, Iron (see Iron) 20
"
or War[i3 (see Cottons)... per lb.,
2 cts. and 15
"
Weigliing (see Iron) 30
Beans
per bush
,
15 cts.
"
Cocoa Free
Bedsteaiis. Iron (see Iron) 25
Bed Ticking (see Cottons), per sq. yd
,
2
cts. and 15
Beer (see Ale), in bottles, 6 qts. or 12
pts. to imp. gal., per imp. gal., 18
cts.; I'kgs 20
«' ''
in casks or otherwise, per imp.
gal., 10 cts.
;
pkgs 20
Bells tor Churches Free
Bells, and Bell .Metal, old, broken and
only fit for re-manufacture 20
Belung, Duck for Free
''
Leather for, tanned but not waxed
(see Leather) 15
"
Leather 25
Benzoline (see Oils) per wine gal., 6
cts.
;
jikgs 20
Berries, Flowers Nuts, Plants, Veg-tables
and other articles in a crude state, used
exclusively in dyeing or in composing
dyes, not otherwise provided for Free
Berries as Fruit, not otherwise provided
for prqt. 2 cts
Bessemer Metal, as Steel (see Iron) 10
Bibles 5
Bi-carbonate of Potash 20
"
"
Soda Free
Bichromate of Potash Free
Billheads (see Books) 30
Billiani Tables, without pockets,
4^ feet
by 9 feet each, $22.50 and 10
Billiard Tables, without pockets, 5 feet by
10 feet each, $25.00 and.. 10
Billiard Tables, with pockets, 5^ feet by
11 feet each S35.00 and...' 10
Billiard Tables, with pockets, 6 feet by
12 feet each, $40.00 and 10
In addition thereto, each table to in-
clude 12 cues, 1 set of 4 balls, with
markers, cloths, and cases, but no pool
balls.
Binnacle Lamps (other than when Brass
is chief value) 20
Biscuits 20
Bismuth (see Paints) 5
Bitters (see Liquors). ..per imp. gal.,
$1.91); [.kgs 20
Bituminous
'-
oaL.per ton 2,000 lbs., 50 cts.
Blackiug 25
"
for Military Free
Blacklead 20
Blank Forms, Commercial (see Books)... 30
Blankets ...per lb.,
7^ cts.and .. 20
Blasting Powder per lb., 3 cts.
Bleached Cottons, not stained, painted,
&c. (see Cotton3)per sq. yd., 1 ct. and 15
Blaeching Powders
Bluck Tin (see Tin)
Blocks and Patent Bushes
Blooms and Billets (see Iron)
Blue Black and Chine.se Blue
Boiler and other Plates (see Iron)
Boijfrs (see Iron)
Bolting Cloths
Bolts, Brass, Copper
"
Iron
Bones, crude, not manufactured, calcined,
ground or steamed
Bone Crushers (and parts thereof)
Bone Dust and Ash
Bonnets, Hats and Caps (except Fur)
Book, Map, News, Printing, &c.. Paper...
Bookbinders' Tools, including Ruling
Machines
Bookbinders' Mill Boards (not Straw
Boards)
Bookbinders' Cloth
Books, viz.
:
Advertising Pamphlets.perhd., SI
Bibles, Prayer books, and Psalm
and Hymn books
"
Blank, bound or in sheets
"
British Copyright Work, reprints
of. per lb., 6 cts. and
"
Maps and Charts
"
Music, printed, bound or in sheets.
per lb., 6 cts.
"
Periodicals, and pamphlets im-
ported through the Post Office,
for every two ounces in weight,
or fraction thereof 1 ct.
"
Playing wards
"
Printed, lithographed, or copper or
steel plate bill heads, cheques,
receipts, drafts, jiosters, cards,
commercial blank forms, labels
of every de3cri[ition, advertis-
ing pictures, or pictorial show
cards or bills
"
Printed
;
periodicals and pam-
phlets, bound or in sheets, not
being foreign reprints of British
copyriorhl works, nor blank ac-
count books, nor copy books,
nor books to be written or
drawn upon, nor Bibles, prayer
books, psalm and hymn books
per lb., 6 cts
Boots and Shoes (see India Rubber and
Leather)
Boots and Shoes, Felt for
Boot and Shoemakers' Machines
Boots, Prunella, Cotton and Woollen Net-
ting for
Borax
Bort or Diamond Dust
Botany, Speeimens of
Bottles, Glass, Pressed
"
containing Wines, Liquors, &c
Boxes, Musical (see Musical Instruments)
Boxes Ornamental, Fancy and Writing
Cases
Bracelets, Braid, made of Hair
Brads (see Iron)
Bran ~
"
from Newfoundland
Free
10
20
l-^
Free
12i
25
Free
10
30
Free
20
Free
25
20
15
10
15
5
25
20
30
30
25
15
20
10
Free
Free
Free
30
20
25
20
30
20
20
2o2 CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OP CANADA.
Brandy (see Spirits) per imp.
gal.,
$1.45; pkgs
Bniss in bars Ijoiis and sheets
Bras-, -Manutiictiires of Biass not else-
where sp cihed
'•
Old and Hcrap
"
Pins
"
Rods and Strips
"
Seamless Tubing, drawn
"
Tubinjjf, plain and fancy,
"
Wire, round or flat
"
Wire Ch)th
"
and Tin Cuisp Slidt-s and Si-angles
tor the manufacture of Hoop Skirts.
Breads tuffs .-
Barley per bush., 15 cts.
Beaus per bush., 15 cts.
Buckwheat per bush
,
10 cts.
Buckwht-at Meal or Flour
per lb., 5Ct.
Cornmeal per bnrrel, 40 cts.
Indiau Com per bush., Tg cts.
Uauneai per lb.,
5
ct.
Oats per busli., 10 cts.
Peas i)er
bush., lo cts.
Rice per lb., 1 ct.
Rice Flour per lb., 2 cts.
Rye per bush.. Hi cts.
Rye Flour per barrel, 50 cts.
Sago Flour per lb, 2 cts.
Wlieat per busli., 15 c's.
Wheat Flour per barrel, 50 cts.
Bricks, Building
"
Fire
Brim Moulds for Gold Beaters
Brimstone, crude. Roll or FLiur
Bristles and Hogs' Hair of all kinds
Britannia Ware
Britisii Gum
Bromine
Bronze, Phospl:or, blocks, bars, sheets
and wire
Bronze Ornaments
Broom Corn
Brushes and Brooms
Bucliti Leaves
Buck'vheat per btish
,
10 cts.
Buckwheat, Meal or Floi;r...per lb., 5
ct.
Building Stones (see Stone),
"
"
Rough Freestone
per ton 13 cub. ft., ^1
"
"
dressed Freestone
Bulb- (see Plants)
Bullion, Gold a id Silver, except U. S.
Silver
Buniing, for Slii|is' use
Burr Stones, in blocks, rough or un-
inaiiufacttired and not bound up into
Millstones
Busts
Burgundy Pilch
Burland Cement
Butter per lb., 4 cts.
;
pkgs.
Buttons, all kinds
Butts, Iron (see Iron)
Cabinetmakers' Tools
Cabineiware (see Furniture)
Cabinets of Coins, Medals and all other
Collections of Antiquities
Cables, Chains, Iron, over
^
in. in diame-
20
10
30
10
30
H'
10
10
10
20
30
20
20
Free
Free
Free
30
Free
Free
10
20
Free
25
Free
20
Free
20
Free
Free
20
20
25
20
30
35
Free
ter, shackled, swivelled or not (see
Iro 1) 5
Cables, Chains, Iron, not over 4 in 20
"
Hemp, &c., Ships' use.." 10
"
other 20
Cambrics (see Cottons).
Cameos (see Precious Stones) 20
Canada Plates (see Iron) 12^
Camiles, Tallow'...... per lb., 2 '-ts.
;
pkgs. 2o"
"
Par.itliue Wax
per lb., 5 cts.
;
pkgs 20
"
all other (includiniT Sperm) 25
Candy Sugar (see Confectionery)
per lb., 1 ct. and 35
Cane Juice, Syrup, &c. (sec Sugar)
per lb.,
f
ct. and 30
Canvas, for mnnufactureof I and Floor
Cloth not under 45 in wide, not i)ressed
or calendered Free
Canvas (for Ships) 5
"
(see Cottons) 20
Caoutchouc, unmanufactured Free
Capers 20
Caps and Cartridges 20
Caps, Hats and Bonnets 25
Carb'iys (see Glass) 30
• "arbolic or Heavy Oil (see Oils) 10
Card Clothing, Machine 25
Cards, I'lnying 30
•'
Printed, &c (see Books) 30
Carnelian or Cornelian, unmanufac-
tured
Free
Carjienters' Tools 30
Carpets, treble ingrain, three-))ly and
two-plj', composed wholly of wool...
per sq. yd., 10 cts. and 20
Carpets, two and three-ply ingrain of
which the warp is composed
wholly of cotton, or other
material tlian wool, worsted,
the hair of the Alpaca goat, or
other l:ke animal
l)er sq. yd., 5 cts. and 20
"
not otherwise specified 20
"
Jute 20
Carpet Bags (see Trunks) 25
Carriages, Cars, Railway Carriages,
Waijgons, Sleighs, and Wheel-
barrows 30
"
Travellers', and carriages laden
with merchandise and not to
include circus troops nor hawk-
ers. Under regulations to be
prescribed b}' the Minister of
Customs Free
"
Car Wheels 25
Cartridges (paper), tilled with shot or
ball 20
CasketSi Undertakers (see Furniture) 35
Casks, Canadian manufactured (see Bar-
rels) Free
Casks, all other 25
Cassia, ground 25
"
unground 20
Cassimere
|)er lb., 7i cts. and 20
CastileSoap per lb., 2 cts
;
pkgs. 20
Castings (see Iron) 25
Casts, as models for use of Schools of
Design Free
CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA. 233
Jatgut, unmanufactured
"
Strings for Musical Instruments
Datsup
Cattle (see Animals).
Cement, raw or in stone from quarry
per ton of la cub. ft., Si
Cement, burnt but unground
per 100 lbs., 7i
cts.
"
(H^-draulic) ground,iucludingbar-
rels. per bbl.,40 cts.
"
Portland or Roman
"
in bult or bags per bush., 9 cts.
Chaff Cutter-!, pans thereof
Chains isei' Cables).
Chairs, Railway (see Iron)
Chalk and Ulift'stone, unmanufactured...
Champagne (see Wines).
Chamomile Flowers
Chandeliers, Girondoles and Gasfitting..
Charts (see Books)
Checked and Striped Shirting
per sq. 3d., 2 cts. and
'Cheese per lb., 3 cts.; pkgs.
"
Cotton per sq. yd., 1 ct. and
Cheese Vats, Presses, Factory Heaters
and parts thereof.
Cherries (see Green Fruit). ..per qt., 1 ct.
Chicory, Raw or Green per lb., 3 cts.
"
or other root or vegetable used
as a substitute for coffee, roasted or
ground ...per lb., 4 cts.
China and Porcelain Ware
Chloride of Lime
Chocolate, not sweetened
"
containing Sugar.per lb., I ct. and
Church Vestments
Churns
Cicuta, Conium or Hemlock Seed and
Leaf
Cider
Cigars and Cigarettes (see Tobacco)
per lb., 50 cts. and
Cinnamon, ground
"
unground
Citron, in brine for candying
"
green
Clay, Earth and Pipe Clay
Clitfstone, unmanufactured

Clocks and parts thereof
Clothing (donations ofj for charitable
Institutions or for Army and
Navy
"
Cotton (see Cottons;
"
Woollen
per lb., 10 cts. and
Cloths—Woollens per lb., 7i cts. and
Clout Xails (see Iron)
Coach and Harness Furniture
Coal (Bituminous or Anthracite)
per ton 2000 lbs, 50 cts.
"
Tar and Pilch
"
Oil.. per wine gal., 6 cts. ; pkgs.
Cochineal
Cocoa, Bean, Shell and Nib
"
Nuts per 100, §1
"
Nut Oil, crude
"
Paste, not sweetened
"
"
containing sugar
per lb., 1 ct. and
"
"
dessicated, sweetened
per lb., 1 ct. and
Free
Free
20
20
Ilk
Free
Fr-e
30
20
15
20
15
25
20
Free
20
25
20
25
Free
20
20
25
20
Free
20
Free
Free
35
Free
30
20
30
30
10
20
Free
Free
Free
20
25
35
40
30
Cod Liver Oil, Medicated 20
"
Oil, from Newfoundland Free
Coffee, Raw or Green per lb., 2 cts.
Coffee, Roasted or Ground, and all sub-
stitutions or imitations...per lb., 3 cts.
Coffee from U. S., extra ad val. duty of... 10
C othn Trimmisigs of Metal (see Iron) 30
Coffins 35
Coins, Gold or Silver (except D. S. Silver
Coin)
Free
"
Silver of U.S 20
CoirandCoir Yarn Free
Coke per ton 2,000 lbs., 50 cts.
Colcother, Dry, or Oxide of Iron Free
Collar Cloth, rim on (in paper) 10
Collars, Paper 25
Cologne Water, in bottles or flasks, not
weighing more than 4 ozs
Cologne Water, in all other packages,
weighing over 4 ounces
perimp. gal,, $1.90 ; and
Colors, viz. : Bi-chromate of Potash.
Blue, Black, Chinese Blue, Lakes, Cou-
tille, Scarlet and marine in pulp, Paris
Green, Prussian Blue, Satin and tine
Washed White, Ultramarine, Umber,
raw Free
Commissariat Stores Free
Communion Plate Free
Compasses, Ships' (Brass manufactured) 3'J
Composition Nails and Spikes and
Sheathing Nails 20
Confectionery (see Sugar)
per lb., 1 ct. and 35
Copperas Free
Copyright Works (see Books)
per lb., 6 cts. and
Copper, viz.
:
"
Bars, rods, bolts, ingots, sheets, and
sheathing, not planished or coated..
"
Cap-" and Cartridges 20
"
Manufactures of Copper not else-
where specified 30
"
Old and scrap 10
"
Pigs 10
"
Rivets and buri^ 30
"
Tubing and Piping, seamless drawn 10
"
Wire, round or flat 10
" " Cloth 20
Copper, Suh-acetate of, dry Free
Cordage, for ship purposes 10
Cordage, all other purposes 20
Cordials (see Spirits) per imp.
gal., .'51.90.
;
pkgs 20
Cork, Bark and Wood, unmanufactured Free
Corks, and other manufactures of Cork-
wood 20
Corn Huskers 25
"
Indian per bush., 7i cts.
Corsets (see Cottons)
.".
30
Cotton Seed Cake Free
Cotton, not stained, painted or printed :
"
Bleached
"|
"
Canton Flannel
|
"
Drills
I
per sq. yd.,
"
Ducks [- 1 ct., and 15
"
Grey or unbleached... |
"
Sheetings
J
"
Di/ed or colored :
m
10
231 CUST03IS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA,
1
!
persq. yd.,
2 cts., aud 15
Beams
Bed Tickings
Canton- Flannel
Denims
Drillings
Drills
I
Ducks j
Gingbams
|
Jeans
Cottonades
J
Pantaloon Stuffs.. . I
Plaids
'
On all goods of like
(
descri[)tion
j
Reg.Utas, viz.: Oxfor I Stripes
aud Checks, Jeans, Harvard
Shirtings and checked Win-
ceys composed wholly of
Cotton, per sq. yd., 2 cts., and
Aof birachtd, (hied or colored:
Battiig
I
Batts
I
per sq. yd.,
2 cts., and 15
15
Car^iet Warps...
Waddings !
WnrTW : I
per lb., 2 cts. and 15
ings
Warps
Yarns under 40,
not blfa;;hed,
dyed, or color-
ed,
}
Yarns not else-
wiiere specified
j
Hosiery
j
Knitting
J
ifble;fched, dyed, or colored
per lb . 3 cts
,
and 15
Warp on beams per yd., 1 ct.,
and 15
Seamless bags... per lb., 2 cts.,
and 15
Shirts a;id drawers, woven or
made on frames, and on all
cotton ho.'iery 30
Duck on Canvas, of Hemp or
Flax and Sail Twine, whon to
be used for b lats' and ships'
sails 5
Clothing, or of whicli cotton is
]
the com|)riue:U part of chief
j
value, including :
|
Collars, Cutis and Shirts com-
posed of Linen aud Cotton
Corsets
Dres>es or Skirts of Cotton, ! 30
Linen or Silk
Gloves, Cotton woven or knit-
ted
Shirt Fronts
Underclothing, Ladies' and
Cliildieii's
All ottiT miniifaclures oj, including :
Bed Lace, Boot and Stay
]
Lacts, Boot Web Braces,
Baids, Brilliants...'
j
Cambric-', Carpet Bindings,
j
Cashmere, Cord Hair, Cord i
Web (Elastic)
J-
20
Curtains (kiiowu as Swiss,
|
Nottingham or Lace, «c.)
|
Damasks, Diapers
j
Handkerciiiefs, Huck in pieces
j
and cloth
j
Cotton, All other manufactures of, includi
"
Jacconet, Rolled .
"
Lawn. Checked, Bishops, Cam-
bric, Victoria
j
"
Lens and all printed Muslin
"
Muslin, Book, Lace
"
Oilcloth for table Covers..
"
Parasols, Dmhrellas, Pique,
j
Printed Cottons, Skirtings,
|
Scarfs and Ties, Prints
|
(furniture and plain)
j
"
Sheets and Silesias .
"
Tarlatin, Tassels, Towels
\
"
Velvet and Velvet Ribbon and
Vel ve teen
"
Wigan (Glove finished), Win-
[
dow Line \
"
Sewing thread on spools i
" "
in hanks
"
Seed cake
'•
" meal ,
All manufactures of cotton not
elsewhere specified
Cranks, Mill, Wrouj.ht Iron (See Iron)...
"
Steamboat
'• '
Crapes of all kinds and Colors
Cream of Tartar in crystals
Crockerywure (see Earthenware).
Cubric. Nitre, or Nitrate of Soda
Cudbear
Cultivators and parts th;^reof
Curled Hair, used in manufacture of
Sofas, Mattresses, &c
Currants, Green (see Greeu Fruits)
per qt., 1 ct.
"
(see Dried Fruits)
Cutlery
Dandelion Roots (see Chicory).
Dates (see DriedFruits)
Dead Eyes (Ships)
*'
Lights
"
Deck Plugs "
Demijohns (see Ghiss)
Denims, J:c. (see Cotto:l^).
Diamond Dust or Bort
Diamonds, uncut, including black for
b jrers
Dice, Ivor^- or Bone
Dolls
Donations of Clothing for distribution by
Charitable Institutions
Drafts (see Books)
Dragon's Blood
Drain Pipes and Sewer Pjpes, glazed or
uiglazed
Drain Tiles
Drawings and Chromos
Dried Fruit (see Fruits).
Drillings and Ducks, dyed or colored
(see Cottons). ..per sq. yd., 2 cts
,
and
Drills and Ducks not colored(see Colti>ns)
persq yd., lc.,and
Drugs not otherwise specified
''
used chiefly in dyeing
Dualin (see Gunpowder)
per lb,, 5 cts., and
Duck, for Belting or Hose
Dyeing or Tanning Articles for tlyeing
and tanning onlj' in a crude state, not
otherwise specified
ng.
\
20
V 20
12^
Free
Free
20
20
20
20
Free
Free
F'ree
20
25
30
25
30
Free
Free
20
20
Free
30
Free
20
20
20
15
15
20
Free
20
Free
Free
CtrsTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OP CANADA. 235
Dynamite (see Gunpowder)
per lb., 5 cts
,
and 20
Eiirtlis. Clays and Sands Free
Earthenware and Stoneware, viz., brown
or colored and lluckinghani Ware 25
Earthenware, white j^ranite or ironstone
ware and
"
C
"
or cre;im colored ware 30
Edfre Tools 30
Effects. Personal or Bagsage. Under
regulation prescribed by law Free
Effects, Settlers'. Under regulation pre-
scribed bylaw Free
Eggs Free
Elastic Bands, Cotton 20
'
"
Silk 30
Electio-plated and Gilt Ware, all kinds.. 30
"
Types and Stereoty|)es of Stan-
dard Books 10
"
"
for Commercial Blanks and
Advertisements 20
Electrotype Blocks for printers' piirijoses. 10
Em- tic, Tartar Fr.e
Emery Free
'•
Paper and Cloth 20
Endless Felt for Paper makers (see
W^)olle.is) ;... 10
Engravings and Prints 2)
Engines, Axles for
2.")
"
Car Wheels 25
"
Cranks and Crank Axles 20
"
Crank Pms and Connecting
Rods 20
"
Hoo[) Iron, for tires of wheels
bent and welded
12^
'•
Locomotive Frames 25
"
Locom<itives 25
"
UthrStt-am 25
"
Piston Rods, Guide and Slide
Birs 20
"
Steam Fire 25
"
Locomotive, Fire, Stationary
and other Steam 25
Entotnology, Specimens of Free
Envelopes (see Papei) 25
Esparto, or Spanish Grass, and other
grasses and pulp of, for tlie mannfac-
ture of paper Free
Essences, viz., of apple, pear, pineapple,
raspterry, strawberry, vanilU, and
other fruits containing Spirits
per imp. gul., §1.90 and 20
Essences, other 20
Essential OilSjfor manufacturing purposes 20
Excelsior for upholsterers' use 20
Extracts mixed with strong spirits or
waters per imp. gal., §1-90
;
pkgs. 20
Eyelets, brass 3a
Factory and .\'ill Machinery, except for
Cotton and Worsted Mills (see Machi-
nery) 25
Fancy Goods, according to componeut
part of chief value.
Farming Implements (see Iron and Steel)
Farina (see S arch)..per lb., 2 cts., pkgs. 20
Feathers, Usirichand Vulture, undres-ed 15
" " "
dressed.. 25
Felloes (see Hubs) 20
Felt, Adhesive, for sheathing vessels Free
"
Cloth of every uescription
per lb., 7^ cts., and 15
"
Boots and Shoes 15
Felt, Endless, for Paper makers, when
im]iorted by manufacturers for use
in factory
10
"
Glove Lining 10
"
Hats, Cai)S and Bonnets 25
"
Rooling 20
Fertilizers
Free
Fermented Liquors (see Ale and Beer).
Fibre. .Mexican and Vegetable, for manu-
facturing purposes Free
Fibrilia
Free
Figs (see Dried Fruits) 25
Filberts (see Nuts) 20
Fire Arms when from U. S
,
entry to be
duly authorized 20
"
Brick or Tiles for lining stoves or
furnaces 20
"
Clay
Free
"
Extinguishers, according to com[>i)-
neni part chief value.
Fish Bait
Free
'*
Fresh, salted, or smoked, exce|tt fish
free ot duty as provided by the
Treaty of Washi igton.per lb', I ct.
"
From Newfoundland ... Free
"
Glue or Isiugltiss 2i}
"
Hooks, Net and Seines, and Lines
and Twines for the use of the fish-
eries, but tiot to include sporting
fishing tackle or hooks with flies
or trolling suoons Free
"
Oil and Fish of all kinds, the pio-
duce of the fisiieries of the United
States (except fish of the inland
lakes and of ihe rivers falling into
the.n, and fish preserved in oil;.... Free
"
Plates (see Iron)
17^
"
Plates (Steel) (after 1st May, 18-^1,
10 per cent) Free
Fish, Preserved in Od 20
Fishing Tackle, S|ioriing
20
Fixtures, Gas, Coal Oil or Kerosene .30
Flannels per lb., 7^ cts. and 20
Flasks (see Glass)
"
M
Flax Fibre, scutched per lb., 1 ct.
"
Hackled per lb., 2 crs.
"'
Seed per hush., 10 cis.
"
Seed Oil
25
"
Tow ot, scutched or green..-.
per lb.,
5
ci
"
Tow and Hemp, undressed i'ree
"
Waste !
ree
Flies, Hooks with, S[)orting _0
"
Spanish or Cantharides .0
Flints and Gr.iund Flintstones
'ree
Flonr, Buckwheat perlb.,^ (
.
•'
Rice perlb, 2c
"
Rye per brl., 50 c.-
"
Sago -per lb., 2 c:,-.
"
Wheat perbbl. 50cN.
"
Sul|ihur
Free
Flowers, Ariiticial
;;o
"
Chamomile
Free
"
Nitiural
-JO
"
Seeds, in bulk or large jiarcels.... 15
" " •'
sm ill parcels.... Jo
Flutes (see .Musical Instruments).
Foil, Gold and Silver
Free
Folioe digitalis
Jree
Forgings tor Mills or Locomotives (set
Iron;
20
236 CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OP CANADA.
Forks, Hay, Manure, &c
Freestone, dressed
"
rougb (lerton 13 cb. f'., $1
French Kids (see Leather)
Frog Points, and Frogs, Railway (see
Iron)
Fruit Jars (see Glass)
Fruits, Dried, Apples i)er lb., 2 cts.
Fruits, currants, dates, tigs, plums,
pruues, raisins, and all other iioi
elsewhere specitied
"
Green
:
Apples per barrel, 40 cts.
Blackberries, goost-berries, raspber-
ries, and strawberries
per quart, 2 cts.
Cherries and currants ...per qt., 1 ct.
Cranberries, plums andquincrs.
per bush., 30 cts.
Grapes per pound, 1 ct.
Peaches per bushel, 40 cts.
Oranges and lemons
"
In air-tig.it Cans, including Cans,
if sweetened, per lb., 3 cts.
"
If not sweetened per lb., 2 cts.
"
Preserved in brandv or other spirits
per ira|i. gil
,
.'51.90
;
pkgs.
Furniture, House, Cabinet, or UtSre, in-
cluding hair and spring matiresses,
show cases, caskets anil coffins of any
material
"
(see Iron)
Fur Skins, dressed
"
undressed
Furs, viz., caps, bats, mutfs, tippets,
capes, coals, cloaks, and other ma-
nufactures of fur
"
Halters', not on the skin
Fusel Oil (see Alcohol)
per imp. gal., ^^1.90
; pkgs.
Galranized Iron (see Iron)
'•
"
Wire (see Iron)
Gambia or Gambier
Gamboge Gum
Gannister, ground, mixed with hre clay
(see Fire Clay)
Gas Retorts and Hues, Iron
" "
"
Clay
"
Goal Oil, or Kerosene fixtures, and
jiarts thereof
"
Light Glass and Shades of Glass
(See Glass)
"
Pipes of Cast Iron
Gelatine
Gems (see Precious Stones)
Gems and Medals, Cabinets of.
Gentian Root
German Silver, Manufactures of ,
"
Albaia or Argentine
Giant Powder (see Gunpowder)... per lb.,
5 cts. and
Gilt and Electro-plated Wans, all kinds.
Gin, Geneva and Old Tom (see Spirits).
Ginger, unground (see Spices)
"
ground do
«'
Ale
Ginghams (see Cottons) per sq. yd., 2
CIS. and
Ginseng Root
30
20
15
3j
25
20
20
35
25
15
Free
25
Free
20
12^
15
Free
Free
20
25
20
30
30
25
20
20
Free
Free
30
20
20
30
20
25
20
15
Free
Glass, and manufactures of, viz :
"
All other Glass and manufactures of
Glass, not herein otherwise pro-
vide 1 for
20
"
Carboys and demijohns, on pressed
bottles, Hasks a id phial- of every
description, on telegraph and light-
ning-rod insulator.s, and on fruit
jars and glass balls 30
"
Common and colorless window
glass, and on colored gliss not
figured, painted, enamelled or e i-
graved 20
"
Laiu I
and gas-liglit shades, lamps
and lamp-chimneys, globes for lan-
terns, lamps and gas-lights 30
Glass, Ornamental, figured ami enamelled
staineil glass, and stained, linted,
painted and viiritied glass, and
stained gLiss windows, figured, en-
amelled and obscuied white glass.. 30
"
Paper and Cloth (sec Sand Paper) 20
"
Ware
20
Globes, imported for use of Schools, Col-
Gleges ami Lit. Soc Free
Gloves and Mits of Leather 25
"
Felt, for lining 10
"
Priinella and Cotton Netting for. 10
Glue
20
"
Fish
Free
"
Stock
Free
Glycerine, .Vitro (see Gunpowder;. ...per
lb., 10 cts a id 20
Goat Hair (see Hair), uninanutaciured... Free
Gold Bullion and Oust Free
Gold-beaters' Leaf
20
"
Moulds and Skin Free
Gold, Manufacture^ of (see Jewellery).... 20
Gomline as Albumen
'
20
Grain and Products thereof (see Hreadstuffs).
Granite Ware, White or Ironstone Ware. 30
"
(see Stones)..[ler ton 13 c. ft., $1
Grapes (see Green Fruit; per lb., Ic.
Grass, Spanish and other, for Paper manu-
facture
Free
"
Plaits Free
Gravel Free
Grease and Greasf Scrap, for manufac-
ture of Snap only Free
"
Axle 20
Grey Cottons (see Cottons) per sq.
yd., 1 c. and 15
Grindstones (see Stone), in the rough per
ton 13c. ft. $1.50
"
dressed 25
Guano and other Animal and Vegetable
Manure Free
Gums, VIZ., Amber, Arabic, Australian,
British, (^opal, Damar, Mastic,
Sandarac, Shellac, and Tragacanth Free
"
Arabic, Chewing, and others not
specified 20
Gunny Bags Free
Cloth Free
Gunpowder and other explosives, viz.
:
"
Blasting and mining powder...per lb.
3 cts.
"
Canister powder, in pound and half
poimd tins per lb., 15 cts.
"
Canon and musket powder, in kegs
and barrels perlb.,4c.
CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA. 137
Gunpowder and other explosives, viz. :
"
Giant powder, dualin, dynamite, and
other exiilosivcs, of which nitro-
glycerine is a constituent part,
per lb., 5 ct.s. a'id
Gunpowder, Gun, rifle, and sporting
powder, in kegs, half
keor.s^
cr quar-
ter kegs, and other similar pack-
ages per lb., 5 cts.
"
Nitro-glycerine per lb., 10 cts and
Guns
Gut and Worm Gut, manufacMired or
not, for \Vhii>and other Cord
"
Cord, for .Musical Instruments
Gutta Percha, crude
•'
.Manufactures of (see India
Rubber)
Gypsum, Sulphate of Lime, crude or un-
gro'ind
"
ground (see Pla.'^ter of Paris)
Hair, Angola, Buffalo and Hison, Camels,
Goat, Hog, Hor.se, and Human,
cleaned or uncleaneii, but not
curled or otherwise manufactured..
"
Curled
"
Cloth
"
Manufrtftures of
"
Mattresses
"
Oil
Hams, Dried or ISmoked (see Meats).. per
lb., 2 cts
;
I'kgs.
Handbills or Show Bills (see Books) ...
Handles for Umbrellas, (see Bamboo
Reeds)
"
Tool (see Manufiictures ofWood)
Hanging Paper
Hardware (see Iron).
"
viz. : builders, cabinetmakers,
upholsterers, carriage-makers, sad-
dli'rs. and undertakers, inc uding
coffin trimmings of meial
Harmoniums (see Organs)
Harness (see Saddlery)
Hatchets (see Steel)
Hats, Ca[>s and Bonnets
Hatters' Fur, not on the skin
Hatters' Plush, of Silk or Cotton
Hay and Straw
"
'•
from Newfoundland
Heavy or Carbolic Oil (see Oil)
Hellebore Root
Hemlock Bark, Leaf or Seed
Hemp, Indian, crude (drug)
"
undressed
Henbane Leaf
Hides, raw or nncured, whether dry,
salted or pickled
Hoes
Hollowware, tinned, glazed or enamelled,
of cast or wrought iron (see Iron)
Hones and Whetstones..
Hooks, Fish (unless Sporting)
"
"
Sporting
"
Reaping (see Steel)
Horns, Hoofs and Horntips
"
Ivory (manufactures of)
Honey Bees in the Comb per lb., 3 cts.
Hops per lb., 6 cts.
;
pkgs.
Hoop and Band Iron (see Iron)
Horse Shoes and Nails (see Iron)
Horse Hair, unmanufactured
20
20
20
Free
Free
Free
25
Free
20
Free
20
20
20
35
30
20
30
Free
25
30
30
30
30
30
25
Free
10
20
20
10
20
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
30
25
20
Free
20
30
Free
20
20
m
30
Free
Hose and Tubing Leather (see Leather). 25
Hosiery, Yarn or other Cotton Yarn
und r No. lO. not bleaclied, dyed or
colored per lb , 2 cts aid 15
Hosiery, or if bleached, dyed or colored.
l>er lb, 3 cis. and 15
"
all other
'.
30
Househol'l Fuiiiiiiire see Furniture) 35
Hubs atid Spokes for Wh' els (see Wood). 20
Hungarian Nails (see Iron) 30
Hydraulic Cement or waterlime, includ-
ing barrels (-ee Cements)
per bbl., 40 cts.
Hyoscyamus or Henbane Leaf Free
Ice Free
Implements, A<jricul ural, unless other-
"
wis- specified 25
Bookbinders 15
Indian Henii), crude (drug) Free
India Rubber Boots an
i .Shoes, and other
mauiifacriires of. including Apr' ns.
Carriage Covers, Cloaks (ladie^'),
Coats, Hiirse Covers, Leggings, and
Waterproof Clothing 25
India Rubber, uiima n.factured - Free
Indian Com per bushel, 7i cts.
Indigo Free
Inks, Writi ig 25
"
Pri Iters 20
Instruments and Apjjar itus. Musical (see
Music^'l Instrument.--) 30
Instrume-^ts and Aiiparatus, for Army
and Navy Free
Insulators, Lightning Rod and Telegraph
(see Glass)... 30
Inventions, .Models of (provided tliat no
article so ileemed shall be fitted for use) Free
Iodine ; 20
Ipecac. 20
Iris or Oris Root Free
Iron, aud manufactures of, viz.
:
"
A.xles 25
"
Band and Hoot.
12J
"
Bars, ridled or hammered, inc'udi ig
Flats. Rounds and Square-, Nail
ami Spike Rods, and all other
Iron not otherwise nrovided for... 17^
"
Bars or Billets, puddled lij
"
Bedsteails and other Iron Furniture
atid Ornatnenlal Iron Work 25
"
Boih-r Plates 12j
"
Bolts, Washers, and Rivets 30
"
Bridge and structural Iron Work,
malleable Iron Castings and Iron
Safes and Doors for Safes and
Vaults 25
"
Canada Plates 12^
"
Car Wheels 25
"
Ca-stings 25
"
Cham Cables over half an inch in
diameter, whether shackled, or
swivelled, or not 5
"
Composition Nails and Spikes and
Sheathing Nails 20
"
Gas, Water and Soil Pipes of Cast
Iron 25
"
Hardware, viz. : builders', cabinet-
makers', upholsterers', carriage-
makers', saddlers', and und'T-
takers', including coffin trimmings
of metal 30
238 CITST03IS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA.
I
Iron, Horse Shoes and Horse Shoe Nails.. 33
"
Iroa and Steel Screws, commonly
called wood ^cre^vs 35
"
Iron and Steel Wire, and Galvanized 15
"
Locomotive Engines and on Station-
ary, Fire or other Steam Engines
and Boilers, and on other machi-
nery composed wholly or in part
ot Iron 25
''
Locomotive Tyres of Steel or Bes-
semei- Steel in the roujih 10
'•
Masts fur Ships, or parts of Free
'
Mill Irons and Mill Cranks, and on
Wrought Forgings for Mills and
Locomotives, or parts thereof,
weighing 25 pounds cr more 20
"
Muck 12i
Iron Nails and Spikes, wrought and
pressed, whether galvunizedor not
per lb.,
5
ct. and 10
"
Nails and Spikes, Cut
jier lb.,
5
ct. and 10
"
Nuts. per lb., 1 ct. and 10
•'
Old and Scrap-per ton, 2,240 lbs
,
$2
"
Pig per ton, 2,240 lbs., ^2
"
Rails or Railway Bars for railways
or tramways 15
"
Railway Fish-plates, Frogs, Frog-
points, Chairs and Finger-bars 17^
"
Rolled Beams, Channels and Angle
and T Iron 15
"
Roiled, rtiimd, wire rods in coils,
under half an inth in diameter 10
"
Seamless Drawn Boiler Tubing 10
"
Scales,Balances and Weighing Beams 30
"
Sewing Machines, who e, or on heads
or parts of heads $2 each and 20
"
Sheet, Smoothed or Fulished, Coated
or Galvanized and Common or
Black, number seventeen giiage
or thinner 121
"
Skates and Locks of all kinds 3 i
"
Slabs. Blooms, Loops or Billets
(puddled or not) 12^
"
Stoves and other Castings -5
''
Tacks, Brads, and Sprigs, Hungarian
and Clout Nails 30
"
Tin Plates 10
"
Tinned, Glazed, or Enamelled Hol-
lowware of Cast or Wrought Iron.. 25
"
Wire Nails, called
"
Points de Paris
"
30
"
Wire Work (of all kinds) 30
Iron, Dry Oxide Free
Iron Stone Ware 30
Isinglass, or Fish Glue 20
Istle, or Tampico Fibre Free
Ivory and Ivory Nuts, unmanufactured... Free
"
and Bone Dice , 20
"
Bone, Pearl and Horn, manufac-
tured 20
"
Veneer, sawn only, not jdaned or
poli-:lied Free
Jalap Root Free
Japanned Wares (unless otherwise spe-
cified) 25
Jars (see Glassware) 30
Jeans (see Cottons).
Jewellery, and other nianufnctures of
Gold and Silver, and on Watches 20
Joss Stick or Josslight Free
Juniper Berries Free
Junk, Old, and Oakum

Jute, unmanufactured
"
Butts
'•
manufactures of, and Hemp Carpets
of all widths
"
Rags (see Rags)
Kaolin
Kelpj, Alkaline Matter, or Sea Weed
Kerosene Oils (see Oils)
])er wine gal.,6cts.
;
pkgs.
Knees, Riders, Ship's (see Iron)
Knife Blades or Kuite Blanks in the
rough, unhandled, for use by Electro-
platers
Knitting Yarns
Knives (see Cutlery and Steel)
Kryolite
Labels (see Books)
Lac, dye, crude, seed, button, stick and
shell
Lace, Cotton component part chief value.
"
Silk
" ''
"

Lakes, Scarlet and Maroon, in pulp (see
Colors)
Lampblack
Lamp, Lamp Shade and Lamp Chimneys
(see Glass)
Lard oil (.-ee Oils)
"
tried or rendered
per lb., 2 cts.
;
i>kgs.
"
untried per lb., Ih ct..
Laudanum
".
Lava, unmannfflctured
Lead, Old and Sciaj), and on Pigs, Bars,
Blocks and Sheets
Lead Pipes
Lead Shot, and on all manufactures of
Lead not otherwise specified
"
Sugar of.
"
White and Bed, dry (see Paints)
Leaf Metal (Gold or Silver)
Leaf Hemlock
Leather, all other Leather and Skins,
tanned, not elsewhere specified...
"
Board per lb., 3 cts.
"
Boot and Shoe C'lunters made
from Leather board per pr., 4 ct.
"
Boots and Shoes and other manu-
factures of Leather and on
Leather Belling
"
Dressed and wa.X' d
"
Japanned, Patent or Enamelled
Leather
"
Morocco Skins, tanned, but rough
or undressed
"
Sole Leaiher and Belling Leatlier,
tau'ied, but not waxed, and on
all Upper Leather and French
Kid
"
Sole, tanned, but rough or uudressed
"
" Dressed and Wa.xed
Leaves, Biichu
'
Leeches
Lemons (see Green Fruit)
Lemon and Lemon Peel, in brine for
candying
Lichens, ju-epared or not prej'ared
Lightning Rod Insulators (see Glass)...
Lignite (see Oil) per wine
gal., 6 cts.
;
pkgs.
Lithographic Stones (not Engraved)
Free
Free
Free
20
Free
20
Free
20
20
10
20
Free
30
Free
20
30
Free
20
30
20
20
20
20
Free
10
20
5
20
Free
20
20
20
10
15
10
20
Free
Free
20
FrS
Free
30
20
20
CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OP CANADA.
239
Lime, Sulphate of, or Gypsum
Limestone, Water or Cement Stone ......
per ton 13 c. ft., SI
Linen-, nil manufactures of, unless other-
wise s])ecified
"
Collars
"
Cloiliiup:, Ready-made, or Wear-
ing Apparel, including Guffs,
Sliirt Fronts, Shirts composed
of Limn and (!ottoii
"
Gloves
"
Rags
Lines and Twines, Fishing, for fisheiies..
" " "
sporting
Linseed Cake (Oil Cake)
"
Meal
"
Gil, raw or boiled (see Oils)
Linseed (see Seeds)
Liqueurs (see Spirits) per Imp. gal.
^l.y"; pkgs.
Liquorice Root
•'
" Juice, Paste —
Liquors (see Spirits). i)er Imp. gal.,
$1.9f)
;
pkgs.
Litharge
Litliugraphieor Copper Plate Bill Heads,
Cheques, &c. (see Books)
Litmus.and all Lichens, prepared or siot..
Lobsters, jireserved, from countries other
than U. S
"
preserved or fresh, in cn.ns from
U. S
Locks (see Irou)
......
Locomotive Axles (see Iron)
"
Cat- Wlieels "
"
Cranks and Crank
Axles "
"
Crank Pins and
Connecting Rods. "
"
Engines "
"
Frames "
"
Hoop Iron for "
"
Pi.stoii rods; Guide
and Slide Bars... "
'
Steel for tires of wheels, &c.
(After 1st January, 1831, 10
p c.)
Locomotives and Rdilwa}' Passenger,
Baggage and Freight Cars, being the
property of railway companies in tlie
United States running upon any line of
road crossing the fronti-r, so long as
Gauadian locomotives and c-irs are
admitted free under similar circum-
stances in the United Slates, under
regulations to be prescribed by the
Minister of Customs
Logs and round unma nifiictured Timber,
not elsewhere provided foi'
Logwood, Extract of
Loops (^jee Iron)
Lumber, plank ai,d boards, sawn, of box-
wood, cherry, chesnut, hickory, ma-
hogany, oak, pitcli-pine, rosewood,
sandlewood, walnut, S[)auish cedar,
and wliitewood, not shaped, planed or
otherwise manuactured
Lumber, not elsewhere specified
"
from Newfoundland.
Macaroni and Vermicelli
Mace
Free
30
20
Free
Free
20
Free
Free
25
20
20
Free
20
20
Free
30
Free
20
Free
30
25
20
20
25
20
12^
20
Free
Free
Free
20
12^
Free
20
20
20
Machinery, Models of (which cannot be
fitted for use) Free
"
for Worsted or Cotton Mills of
all kinds wlintsoever not
'
manufiictured in Canada Free
"
all other not elsewhere; speci-
fied 25
Machine Card Clo hing 25
"
Utien Thread (see Cottons
)
"
Twist and Silk Twist 25
Madder and Mnnjeet, or Indian Madder,
ground or ])repared, and all Extraets of. Free
Maize (Indian) i>er busli.,
7i cis.
Malt per lb., 2 cts.; pkgs. 20
.Manganese, Oxide or Ore of 20
Manilla Grass Free
.Manufactures, all, in whole or in part not
elsewhere spe.ified 20
"
Brass 30
"
Cojper
30
Manufactures, Cork 20
"
Cotton 20
"
Tin 25
"
German Silver 30
"
Glass 20
"
Grass 20
"
Hair 20
"
India Rubber 25
"
Iron 20
"
Jute.. 20
"
Lead 25
"
Leather 25
"
Marble 25
"
Metals not enumerated or
elsewhere provided for..... 20
"
Paper 25
•'
Steel
20
"
Tin 25
"
Wood 25
Manures, Vegetable and other Free
Maps, Charts and Atlases (see Books) 20
"
Imported for use of Schools, Col-
leges, Scientific or Literary Societies... Free
Marble, viz. :
Finished Marble, and on all manufac-
tures of .Marble not elsewhere spe-
cified 25
Marble blocks and slabs, sawn on
more than two sides 20
Marble iu blocks from the quarry,
in the rough, or sawn ou two sides
only, and not spe^iaily shapen,
containing la cubic feet or over ... 10
Slabs sawn on not more than two
sides 15
MasticGum 20
Masts, Ships', or parts of (see Iron) Free
Matches 20
Mattrasges, Hair Springs 35
Meal. Corn per brl, 40 cts.
;
pkgs. 20
'•
Oat per lb., ^ c.
;
pkgs. 20
"
Palm
".
Free
Meats, viz.
:
Bacon. Hams, Shoulders and Sides,
fresh, salted, dried or smoked..[)er
lb., 2cts.
;
pkgs. 20
"
fresh or salted, on actual weight
as received in Canada (except
Hams, Bacons, Shoulders and
Sides.) per lb., 1 ct.
;
pkgs. 20
240 CrsTOMS TAKIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA.
Meats, Tiz
:

All other dried or smoked meats, or
meats preserved in any other waj'
thau salted or jiickled, DOt otherwise
specified per lb, 2 cts-
:
pkg3. 20
Medals (Gold, Silver or Copper) Free
Medicinal roots, unless otherwise speci-
fied 20
Medicines, Patent (see Proprietary Medi-
cines).
Meerschaum (crude or raw) Free
Melado, Concentrated .N elado, Concen-
trated Cane Juice, Concentrated Mo-
lasses, Concentrated Beet Root Juice
and Concrete per lb.,
j
ct. and 30
Menjigeries, horses, cattle, can'iages and
harnesses of, under regulations to be
prescribed by
thf .Minister of Customs.. Free
Mercury or Quick S Iver 20
Merinos (see Manufactures of Woollen
and CottonsJ.
Metal Type 10
Meial, Yellow in R^rs, Blocks, and for
Sheathing Free
Mica « 20
Mill Iron and Mill Cranks (see Iron) 20
Millstones 20
Mineralogy, Specimens of. Free
Models of Invention (not fitted for use)... Free
Molasses, if u^ed for reSning, clarifying
or rectifving purposes, or fur the
manufacture of sugar, wbei im-
ported direct from the country of
growth and production 25
"
wlien not imjiorted direct from the
country of growth and production
"
when not so used, when imported
direct from the country of growth
and production 15
"
when not .mported direct from the
country of jirowth and production 20
Morocco Skins, tanned, but rough or un-
dressed (see Leather) 10
"
"
undressed (see Skins) Free
Mosaics (see Precious Stones) 20
Moss, Icehind and other Mosses, crude Free
"
Seaweed and all other Vegetable
Snbatances used for beds and .Mat-
tre.-sfcs,in ti.eir natural state or only
cleaned Fre
Moulds, Brim, for Gold beaters Free
"
of Inventions and other Impruve-
ments to Arts (proTided they are
not adai>leii to use) Free
Mundic, Iron Pyrites Free
Mungo or Floiks (Shoddy or Waste) Free
Muslins (see Cottonsi 20
Music, Printed, Bound or in Sheets (see
Books) per lb, G cts.
Musical Instruments, Brass chief value.... 30
" "
Silver " " 20
" «
Tin " " 25
*' "
Wood " "
.... 25
" "
Imported for Army
or Nary Free
Musket-: 20
Mustard Seed, ungronnd 15
"
ground 25
Myrrh, Gum „ 20
Nails
:-^
"
all other 20
Nails—Brass ...
"
Composition
"
Clout
"
Gold. Silver, and German SilTer.„
"
Horse-shoe
"
Hungarian
"
Iron, Cut per lb.,
^
ct. and
"
" Wrought and Pressed, Gal-
vanized or not per lb.,
3 ct.and
"
Rods (see Iron)
"
Slieathing
N'aptba (see Oils) per wine gal., 6 cts.
;
pkgs
Natron, as Soda Ash
Natural Hi.^tory, Specimens of
Naval and Military Stores
Neat's Foot Oil (see Oils)
Nets, Fishing not for Sporting)
"
Sporting and other
Newspapers by Mail
Nickel
Nibs, Cocoa
Nitric Acid (see Acids)
Nitercubic as Nitrate of Soda
Nitre (see Sidtpetie)
Nitre Benzole (see Oils)
per wine gal., 6 cts.
; pkgs.
Nitro-Glycerine per lb., 10 cts. and
Nutgalls
Nutmegs
Nuts, all kinds (not elsewhere provided
for)
,
"
Cocoa per 100, $1
"
Ivory
"
used in Dyeing (see Berries)
"
Wrought Iron per lb., 1 ct.and
Nux Vomiea
Oak Bark
Oakum
Oatmeal (see Breadsiuffs)
per lb.,
5
ct. : pkgs
Oats per bush., 10 cts.
Ochres, Dry, ground, or unaround,
washed or unwashed, not calcined
Office Furniture
Oil Cake -
"
Meal
"
Cloth, for Floors, stamped, painted or
printed
"
Cloth for iables (see Cottons)
"
Paintings and Chromos
"
" by artists of well-known
merit, or copies of the Old
Masters by sucli artists
Oils, viz. :
"
Carbolic or Heavy Oil, used in
making wooden block pavement, for
treating wood for building and rail-
way ties
"
Coal and Kerosene, distilled, ))uritied
or refined, Naptha, Benzole and Pe-
troleum, products of Petroleum,
Coal Shale and Lignite, not else-
where specified, per wine gal.. Gets.
;
pkgs.
"
Cocoanut, crude
"
Cod Liver, medicated
"
Fi>h, from Newfoundland
"
Lard
"
Linseed or Flaxseed, raw or boiled_.
"
Neat's Fool
30
20
30
30
30
30
10
10
20
20
Free
Free
Free
20
Free
20
Free
Free
Free
20
Free
20
20
20
Free
25
20
Free
Free
10
20
Free
Free
20
10
35
Free
Free
30
20
20
Free
10
20
Free
20
Free
20
25
20
CUSTOMS TARIFF
FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA.
241
Oils, viz
:

"
Olive or Salad
"
Palm, crude
"
Seal, from Newfoundland
"
Sesame Seed
"
Sperm
"
Vegetable, not otherwise specified...
"
Volatile or Essential (not otherwise
specified)
"
Whale in casks from on shipboard,
and in the condition it was first
landed
"
Of all kinds, except Whale Oils and
others, elsewhere specified
Old Tom Gin (see Spirits)
per Imp. ga!.,
§1.32 J ;
pkgs.
Opium, Drug
"
prepared for Smoking
per lb., $5
;
pkgs.
Oranges (see Green Fruits)
Oranges, Citrons and Lemons, all kinds
of, in brine for candying
Orchill. in the weed or liquid
Ores, Specimens of, not otherwise pro-
vided for
Ores, Gold, Silver, and Iron
"
of Cobalt
Organs, Cabinet, viz :

"
On Reed Organs having not more
than two sets of reeds SlO and
"
Having over two and not over four
sets of reeds S15
and
"
Over four and not over six sets of
reeds S20
and
"
Over six set^ of reeds S30
and
"
Pipe, and sets or parts of sets of reeds
for cabinet organs
Ordnance Stores
Orris or Iris Root
Osier or Willow
Oysters in cans, fresli from countries
other than U. S
"
Preserved, from countries ether
than D. S
"
Fresh, from U. S
"
Fresh in cans, from U. S
"
Shelled, in bulk, from U. S
Oxalic Acid
Oxides, Metallic (unless specially pro-
vided for)
Packages (see Schedules at end of Tariff.)
Packages of all goods paying specific
duties
Pails (see W'oodenware)
Paints and Colors, not elsewhere specified
" "
ground in Oils or
other Liquids
" "
White and Red Lead,
dry; also dry White
Zinc and Bismuth...
" "
(see Colors)
Paintings in Oil, by Artists of well-known
Merit, or Copies of the old Masters by
such Artists
Paintings in Oil or Chromos, not else-
where specified
Palladium „
Palm Leaf, unmanufactured
"
Nuts and Kernels
"
Oil in Natural State
20
Free
Free
20
20
20
20
Free
20
20
20
20
20
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
10
10
10
10
25
Free
Free
Free
20
20
Free
Free
Free
Free
20
5
Free
Free
20
20
Free
Free
Free
20
25
Palm Nut Cake
Free
" " Meal
Free
Pamphlets, Advertising (see Books)
per 100, SI
"
(see Books) per lb., 6 cts.
"
through Post Office (see Books)
...per 2 oz., 1 ct.
Pantaloon Stuflfs, Dressed or Colored (see
Cottons) per sq. yd., 2 cts. and 15
Papers, Xews, by Mail Free
Paper, all otherkinds not provided for.... 20
Paper, Calendered 22^
"
Clippings of
Free
"
Envelopes 25
"
Glass and Glass Cloths 20
"
Hangings or Wall Paper 30
"
Manufactures of, not elsewhere
provided for 25
"
Mill Board, not Straw Board 10
"
Printing 20
"
Pulp, for Paper Makers Free
"
Sand
20
"
Straw Board
20
"
Union Collar Cloths in sheets not
shapened
10
"
Wrapping
20
"
Writing 22^
Parasols and Umbrellas, Cotton 20
" "
Silk 30
Paris Green (see Colors)
Free
Paste, Cocoa and Chocolate, not sweet-
ened
" " "
and other
preparations of, containing i^ugar
per lb., 1 ct. and
Patent Medicines, unless otherwise pro-
vided for 25
Peaches (see Green Fruits)
per bush., 40 cts.
Pearl Ash
Free
"
Mother of, manufactures of 20
" "
unmanufactured
Free
Pease
per bush., 10 cts.
Pelts (see Skins)
Free
Pencils, Lead, in wood or otlierwise 25
Pepper, ground 25
"
unground 20
Perfumed Spirits (see Cologne Water in
Spirits) per imp gal.. S1.90
and
Perfumed Spirits in bottles or flasks not
weighing over 4 oz
"
Toilet and Fancy Soaps
Perfumery, including Hair Oils, Tooth
and other Powders and Washes, Pom-
auims, Pastes and all other perfumed
preparations used for the Hair, Mouth
or Skin
Periodicals, Printed per lb., 6 cts.
" "
through the Post
Office
per 2 oz., 1 ct.
Persia or Extract of Archill or Cudbear..
Personal Etfects (see Effects)
Free
Petroleum Oil (see Oil)
per wine gal., 6 cts.
;
pkgs.
Pewter, Platina, Japanned and Planished
Tinware
Phials (see Glass)
Philo30i)hical Instruments and Apparatus,
including Globes, when imported by and
for the use of Colleges, Schools and
Scientific and Literary Societies
30
40
30
30
Free
20
25
30
24 2 CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA.
Photograiihic Instruments not elsewhere
specified
Photographs
PhoipilOIMS
Phosphor. Bronze, in blocks, bars, sheets
and wire
Pianofortes, viz., all Square Pianofortes,
wbeth'-r roiind cornered or not,
not over 7 Octaves S25
and
"
all other Square Pianofortes...
S30 and
"
Upright -SSO and
"
Concert, Semi Concert or
. Parlor Grand S50 and
Pickles and Sauces
Pictorial Show Cards (see Books)
Pictures, Advertising (see Books)
Pig.Copper (see Copper)
"
Iron (see Iron)
per ton of 2000 lbs., §2
"
Lead (see Lead)
"
Tin (see Tin)
Pimento, ground
"
unground
Pineapples (see Green Fruit)
Pipe Clay
Pipes, Smoking, according to component
l)art chief value
.
« "
Clay
" "
Meerschaum
" "
R'lbber
" "
Wood
"
Drain and Sewers, glazed or ua-
glazed
Pipes, Gas and Water
Pistols
Pitch Pine
"
Coal
Plaids, Cotton, dyed or colored (see Cot-
tons) per sq. vd., 3 cts. and
Plaits. Tuscan and Grass.."
Planks and Sawed Lumber (see Lumber)
"
and Sawed Lumber of all kinds,
dressed
Plants, viz.. Fruit, Siiade,Lawn and Orna-
meuial Trees, Slirubs and Plants.
"
from .Vewfouudland
Plaster of Paris, not ground or calcined.
"
"
ground, calcined or
manufactured
Plate^t ami Gilt Ware of all kinds
Plates engraved on Wood and on Steel
or otlier Metal
"
Fish (see Iron)
"
Rolled Iron and Boiler (see Iron)...
"
Canada
"
Tin
Playing Cards
Ploughs, and parts thereof.
Plumbago or Black Lead
" ''
manufactures of.. ..
Plums (see Green Fruits). .per bush., SOc
Plush, Hatters, of Silk or Cotton
Pomades, French, or flower odors pre-
served in fat or oil for the purpose of
conserving the odors of flowers which
do not bear the heat of distillation,
when imported in Tins of not less than
10 lbs. each
Poplin
Porcelain Ware
20
20
Free
10
10
10
25
20
20
Free
20
25
20
Free
10
15
Free
Free
20
20
20
Free
20
30
20
17|
1"!
12i
10
30
25
10
20
10
Pork per lb., 1 ct.
;
pkgs.
Porter in bottles (see Ales).per imp. gal.,
IS cts.
;
pkgs.
"
in Casks (see Ales)...])er imp. gal.,
10 cts.
;
pkgs.
Posters (see Books)
Potatoes (see Vegetables) per bush., 10c.
Potash, Bichromate of
Pot Ash and Pearl
Powder, Bronze .
"
Bleaching (Chloride of Lime)...
"
Gun (see Gun Powder).
Prayer Books (see Books)
Precipitate of Copper
Precious StDues
Preserved Meats and Poultry
Preserves, Fruit, in air-tight cans, includ-
ing cans, if sweetened
per lb., Sets.
"
if not sweetened. ...per lb., 2 cts.
"
in Brandy or other Spirits
per imp. gal.,Si.90
;
pkgs.
Printers' Imiilements, including Presses,
Electrotype and Stereotype Blocks for
printing (lurposes
Printed Matter (see Books).
Printmg Ink
Prints, Furniture and Plain (see Cottons)
"
and Engravings
Proprietary' Medicines, cmmonly called
i-'atent Medicines, or .-iny Medi-
cine or preparation of which
the Rpcipe is kept secret, or the
ingredients whereof are kejit
secret, recommended by ad-
vertisement, bill o*- label, for
th» relief of any disorder or
ailment, in liquid form
"
in all other
Prunes
Prunella Uppers of Ladies' Boots and
Shoes
"
for Boots and Shoes
Pyrites or Sulphate of Iron
Psalm Books (see Books)
Pulp
Pumice Stone and Pumice
Putty
Pump and Pump Gear for Ships' use
Quadrants (for ships' use) Brass Chief
Value i
Quartz
QuassiaWood
Queen" s Ware (see Earthenware).
Quick Grass Root
Quicksilver
Quilla Bark
Quills
Quinces, Green (see Fruits)
per bush., 30 cts.
Quinine, Sulphate of.
Rags (Clippings, Cotton, Hemp, Jute,
Linen, Paper) and waste of every kind
fit onlj- for manufacture of Pajier
Railroad Bars (see Iron)
"
"
Steel (until 1st Jannarv,
1881) :
'..
"
"
Steel, (after 1st January,
1881)
"
Cars (Freight, Passenger and
Platform)
20
20
20
30
Free
Free
20
Free
5
Free
20
20
20
50
25
20
20
10
Free
5
20
Free
20
20
30
Free
20
Free
20
Free
20
20
Free
15
Free
10
20
CCSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OP CANADA. 243
Rails fsee Iron)
"
ateel (until 1st January, 1881)
'
"
after "
"
Railway Chairs and Finwer Bars(see Iron)
'• '
Fish Plates. Frogs and Frog-
Poin's (roe Iron)
"
Fish Platos, Sieel(iintil 1st Jan-
uary, 1881)
" "
"
after 1st January,
1881
"
Car Wheels and Axles (see Iron)
Raisins (see Fruits, Dried)
Rakes and Rake Teeth ...
Rape and Heniji Seeds in bulk
" "
"
in small papers or
parcels
"
Oils
Raspberries, Green perqt., 2 cts.
Rasp'nerry Svrup not containing Spirits...
"
Wine (see Wiiies).
Ratafia (see Liqiior.<)
jier imp. gal.. Si.
90;
pkgs.
Ratan for Chair .Makers and Whip Manu-
facturers (unmar.iifaclured)
Red Lead, Dry
Reeds, iinnianufaclured
Rennet, raw or ]irepared
Retorts, Gas, Ciay
Retorts, Gas, Iron
Rhubarb Root
Ribbons, Cotiou
"
Silk
Rice per lb., 1 ct.
"
Flour per \h., 2 cts.
Riders and Knees, Ships (see Iron)
Rifles, Guns and Fire Arms of all kinds
Rigging Wire for SbTps (see Iron)
Rinds 'if Oranges, Citrons and Lemons,
imported in brine for the purpose oi
candying
Rivets, Iron
"
Copper
Rockingham Ware (see Earthenware)....
Rods, Wire, in coils under
5
inch(seelron)
"
Hail and Spike (see Iron)
"
All other (see Iron)
Rolled Silver in sheets
Roman Cement
Rooting Felt
"
Slate, prepared
Roots, as Chicory, used as substitute for
Cott'ee, kiln-dried, roasted or
ground per lb., 4 cts.
"
Medicinal, "in natural slate, unless
otherwise specified
Rope and Cordage
" "
(Ships use)
"
Waste
"
"Wire rigging (Ships use)
Rosin
Rose Leaves
Rotten Stones
Rubber, manufactures ot
"
unmanufactured
Ruling Machines, Bookbinders'
Rum (see Spirits)
-. per imp. gal., Sl-32j
;
jikffs.
Rum Shrub.. ..per imp. gal., SI.90
;
jikgs.
Rye per bush., 10 cts.
'"
Flour per barrel, 50 cts.
1.5
Free
10
Hi
ITi
Free
10
25
25
30
15
25
20
20
20
Free
5
Free
Free
20
25
Free
20
30
20
20
Free
Free
30
30
25
10
17.^
20'
10
20
20
20
20
20
10
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
25
Free
15
20
20
Saddlery, Coach and Harness Furniture,
and Hardware of all kinds SO
Safflower Free
Satfron and Extract of Saffron Cake Free
Sago 20
Sails, Ready-made, for Boats and Ships... 25
Sail Cloth or Canvas, Ships use 5
"
Twine, Ships use 5
Sal-Ammoiiiac Free
Sal-Soda Free
Salad Oil 2)
Salt, Coarse, from Unileii Kingdom or
British Possessions Free
'•
imported for use (>f iho S a > r Gulf
Fisheries Free
"
in bulk ]er lOn lbs.. 8 cts.
"
bags, barrels, or other packiigs^s
per IDO lbs., 12 cts.; pkgs. 20
Saltpetre 20
Samples of goods Laving no intrinsic
value as Merchandise, and cannot so
be used Free
Sand Free
"
Glass and Emery Pai>er and Cloth. 20
Satin and fine washed White (see Colors) Free
Satinets fsee Woollens and Cottons)
Satins and Sarsenets, and all other jiiece
goods, of which Silk is the highest
value 30
Sauces of all kinds 20
Sausage Casings 20
Soales (see Iron)
3o
Scarts (Silk) oO
"
other 20
Schiedam Schnapi>9
jier imp. gal., §1.90
;
pkgs. 20
Scrap, Brass and Copper 10

and old Iron.per ton, 2,000 lbs
,
§2
Scythes 30
Screws, Wood (see Iron) 30
Sea Grass and .Manilla Grass Free
" "
from >i'ewfoundland Free
"
Weed, not otherwise speciiied ^ree
Seed, Flax per bush., 10 cts.
Seeds, viz. : flower, garden, field and other
seed< for agricultural jiurposes, when
iji bulk or in large parcels 15
"
in small papers or panels 25
Seeds not classed as Cereals 20
Seines, for the use of fisheries... Free
'•
all other (see Fishi ig Tackle,
Sporting) 20
Senegal Gum 20
Senna, in leaves Free
Settler' Effects, viz -.—Wearing apparel,
household furniture, professioiuil kooks,
imidements and tools of tradt, occupa-
tion or employment, which tlie settler
has had in actual use tor at least six
months before removal to Canada, not
to include machinery or live stock, or
other articles imported for use in any
manufacturing establishment, or for
sale. Provided that any dutiable ar-
ticle entered as Settlers' Effects shnll
not be sold or otherwise disposed of
without payment of duty until arter
two years actual use in Canada Free
Sewing Machines, whole or on heads or
parts of beads (.see Iron). ..each §2 and 20
244 CUSTOMS TAHIFP FOR THE DOMINION OP CANADA.
Sewing Thread oa Spools (see Cotton)...
"
"
ia banks
Shawls, Cotton
"
of Silk, or of which Silk is the com-
ponent part
Shafts, over 25 lb. (see Iron)
Shears
Sh^athing (see Copper)
"
Yellow Metal
Sheets, for Bonnets and Hats
Sheet Iron (see Iron)
Sheet Music (see Books) per lb., 6 cts.
Shellac, Gum (see Gums) .
Shells, unmanufactured
"
manufactured ,
Shingles (see Wood)
Shi[)S and other vessels, built in any
foreign country, whether Steam or Sail-
ing \'essel^, on application for Cana-
dian Register on the fair market value
of tlie hull, rigging, machinery and all
appliances
"
Anchors
"
Binnacle Lamps
"
Blocks and Patent Bushes for Blocks
"
Bunting ^
"
Cables—Hemp or Grass
"
"
Chain, over
5
inch, shacke-
led, swiveled or not
"
Compasses
"
Cordage
Ship's Dead Eyes
"
Dead Lights
"
Deck Plugs
"
Felt for Sheathing
"
Iron Masts or parts of Iron Masts....
"
Knees, Iron
"
Pumjis and Pump Gear
"
Rioers, Iron
"
Sail-cloth or Canvas (see Cotton)...
"
"
Twine
"
Sails
"
Sheaves (see Copper)
"
Sigial Lamps
"
Steering Apparatus
"
Travelling Trucks
Ships, V^arnish, black and bright
"
Wedges
"
Wire Riggiiig
Shirting (see Cotton).
Shoddy (see Waste)
Shofs, Horse (see Iron)
Shoe Nails, Horse (see Iron)
Shovels, Steel
"
Iron (see Iron)
Showbills (see Books)
Show Cases (see Furniture)
Shrubs, Trees and Plants (.<ee Plants)....
" ''
from Newfoundland
Silex
Silicates, Alkaline or of Soda
Silesias (see Cottons)
Silk, all manufactures of, or of which
Silk is the component part, not else-
w here specified as :
"
Black or colored, &c.. Barathea,
Casiimere, Ducupes, Glaces, Gross-
pains, Poplins, Sarsenets, Satins, Tur-
quoise, Velvets and other piece goods
Silk Cocoons
"
Floss
20
12.V
20'
30
20
30
10
Free
20
12^
Free
Free
20
20
10
Free
20
20
20
20
5
30
10
20
30
25
Free
Free
20
20
20
10
20
20
20
Free
20
Free
Free
30
30
30
20
30
35
20
20
Free
Free
20
30
Free
25
Silk in tiip germ, not more advanced than
singles, tram, and thrown organzine 15
"
Raw. or as reeled from the Cocoon,
not being doubled twi.sted, or ad-
vanci d in nianiifacturt- any way.... Free
"
Sewi igaiid Silk Twist 25
"
Velvets, and all manufactures of Silk,
or of which Silk is the component
part of chief value, not elsewhere
specified 30
"
Waste Free
'•
Church Vestments 20
"
Fancy Work 30
Silver Coin, United States 2"
"
Leaf Free
"
and Gold Cloth 20
"
Plated Ware 30
"
Rolled i:. Sheets 10
"
Ware 20
Skates 30
Skins, undressed, Dried, Salted or Pickled Free
Slate, for .Mantels 25
Slate, Roofing 20
"
School and Writing 25
"
Slabs, square or in special shapes... 15
Small Wares, unless otherwise specified.. 20
Snufl, ground, dry (see Tobacco). ..per lb.,
25 cts., and 12^
"
damp, moist or pickled per lb,
25 cts., and I25-
Soap, common Brown and Yellow, not
perfumed per lb., 1 ct.
"
Castile and White
i)er lb., 2 cts.
"
Perfumed or Toilet .30
Soda Ash and Caustic Free
"
Bicarbonate 20
"
Nitrate Free
"
Silicate of. Free
Spades, Iron 20
"
Steel 30
Specimens of Natural History, Minera-
ogy, Botany or Sculpture Free
Spelter (see Zinc) 10
Spices, viz. : Ginger and Spices of all
kinds (except Nutmegs and
Mace), unground 20
"
Ginger, and Spices of all kinds
(except Nutmegs and .Mace, ground) 25
Spices, Nutmegs and Mace 25
Spikes and Nails (see Iron).
" "
Cut. ..per lb.,
J
ct., and 10
" "
Composition 20
" "
Rods (see Iron)
17J
"
"
Wrought and Pressed,
galvanized or not per lb.,
^
ct., and 10
Spirits, viz. :
Spirits and strong waters, not having
been sweetened or mixed with any
article so that the degree of
strength thereof cannot be ascer-
tainfd by Syke's hydrometer, for
every imperial gallon of the
strength of proof by such hydrome-
ter, and so in proportion for any
greater or less strength than the
strength of proof, and for every
greater or less quantity than a
gallon, viz. : Geneva Gin, Rum,
Whisky, and unenumerated arti-
cles of like kinds per imp. gal.,
$1.32^
;
pkgs. 20
CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA. 245
Spirits, viz:
"
Cologne water and perfumed Spirits,
in bottles or flasks not weighing
more than four ounces eacli 40
"
Colojine water and perfunud ypirits
in bottles, tiasks or oilier pac-
kag''3 weigliiug more than four
ounces each per imp. pal.,
$i/jO
;
pkgs. 30
"
Brandy..per imp. pal., Si 45;
pkgs. 20
"
tiweeiened and mixed, so that the
strength cannot be ascertaimd as
afor>-said, viz. : Bitters, Cordials,
Rum Sh; uh, Schiedam Schnajips,
Tixtia, and unenumerated articles
of like kinds per imp. gal.,
^1.90
;
i>kgs. 20
"
Old Tom Gin in bulk per imp.
gal., §1.32^
;
pkgs. 20
"
And strong waters not elsewhere
specified. per imp.gal., Sl.90
;
pkgs. 20
"
and strong w.atrs in!i)orteit into
Canada, mixnd with anv ingre-
aient or ingredients, and although
thereby coming under the deno-
mination of Proprietary Medi-
cines, Tinctures, Es.~ences, Ex-
tracts, or any other denomina-
tion not elsewhere specified, shall
be, nevertheless, deemed
'•
Spi-
rits or strong waters," and sub-
ject to duly as such per imp.
gal., $l.yo
;
pkgs. 20
"
Wines of all kinds, e.\cept spark-
ling wines, including cur aut
wiics, elder, ginger, kmou,
orange, raspberry, strawberry,
contaiaing 26 per cent, or less of
spiriis of the strength ot proof
by Syke's hydrometer, imjioried
in wood or in bottles (sis quart
and twelve pint bottles to be field
to contain an Imperial gallon)...
per Imp. gal., 25 cts., and 30
"
And for eacn degree of strength
in e-xcess of 26 per cent, of spinis
as aforesaid, an additional duty
of 3 cents per imp. gal. until the
strength reaches 40 per cent, of
proof spirits 28c. to 67c. per
imp. gal. &'\d 30
"
Champagne and all other spark-
ling wines in bottles, con'aining
each not more than a quart and
more than one pint per doz.,
S3
and 30
"
Containing not more than a pint
each and more than one half
pint per doz.,
$1.5ii,
and 30
"
Containing one half-iunt each or
less per doz., 75 cts., and 30
"
Containing more than one quart
each shall pay in addition to
three dollars per dozen bottles,
at the rate on the quantiiy in
excess of one quart per bottle
per Imp. gal., SI. 50
But anyliquors imported under the
name of wine, and containing
more than forty per cent, ofspirits
of the strength of proof of Syke's
hydrometer, shall be rated for
duty as unenumerated spirits.
Unenumerated Spirits:
Spirits of Turpentine 20
Sponges 20
Sprigs (see Iron) 30
Starch, and all preparations having the
quality of Starch
per lb
,
2 ct.-s.
;
pkgs. 20
"
including Corn Starch, Farina or
Flour per lb., 2 cts.
;
pkgs. 20
Stationery of all kinds not otherwise spe-
cified 20
Statues of Marble 25
Steam Engines 25
" '•
Locomotives under cer-
tain restrictions (see Locomotives) Free
Steam Engines over 25 lbs., (see Iron)... 20
Stereotype Blocks for printing purposes... 20
Stereotypes and Electrotvpes of Standard
Books
'.
10
"
for commercial blanks and
advertisements 20
Stone, viz:
"
All manufactures of Stone or Gra-
nite 25
"
Building stone, except marble, per
ton, of 13 cub ft.,Si
"
Cement Stone, Water-lime Stone,
per ton of 13 cub ft..
Si
"
Freestone and Building stone,
dressed, of all kinds, except
marble
"
Grindstones, in the rough
per ton, §1.50
"
Lithographic, not engraved
"
Kougii Freestone, sandstone, of all
kinds, except Marble
per ton of 13 cub ft.,
$1
Straw
'•
Tuscan Grass and other Plaits
Succory Root (see Chicory)
Sugar Candy, Brown or White
perlb., 1 ct. and
Sugars, Syrup and Molasses, viz.:
Glucose or Grape sugar to be classed
and rated for duty as sugar,
according to grade by Dutch
Stauiiartl in color.
GIucojc Syrup per lb., i ct. and
On conceniraied Beet Root Juice
and concrete, concentrated Cane
Juice,Melado, concentrated .Melado,
concentrated Molasses. per lb.,
f
ct.
Molasses, if used for refilling, clari-
fying or rectifying purposes, or
for the manufacture ol'siitrar, when
imported direct from the country of
growth and production 25
And fur the same purposes when
not imported direct from the coun-
try of growih and i)roduction 30
Molasses, when not so used, wfien
imported direct from the country
of growth and production 15
And when not imported direct from
the country of growth and pro-
duction 20
On all sugar above number 14, Dutch
Standard in color.per lb., 1 ct. and 35
20
20
20
Free
35
30
CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA.
On all snor.ir equal to number 9, and
not above number 14, Dutch
Staiiiliinl [ler lb., ^ ct. !in<l
On all sugar below number 9, Dutch
Siamlard ff
I''-.
5
ct. and
Provided that the ad valorem dut^' shall
be levied and collected on sugar and
iiiebido when imported din-et fruni
the country of gr.iwlb a-d produc-
tio 1, upon the fair market value
thereof at the place of purchase,
•without any addition for the cost of
hogsheads or oth^'r imclcages, or
Giber (diarges and espeu-es prior to
sbit ment, anythiig coitained in sec-
lion 34 of tlieAct 4()th Victoria, chap.
10, to the contrary nutwiihstanding.
On Syrups. Cane Juice, refined sj'rup,
sugar-hotise syrup, syruj) of sugar,
sugar of molasses, or sorghum
per lb
, I
ct. and
Sulphur, roll or flour
Sumac Gum
Surgical lustrumcnts
Suspt-uders, Cotton
"
Silk
"
Woollen. ...10 cts. per lb. and
Sweetmeats (see Confectionary)
per lb., 1 ct., and
Syrups (see Sugar)
Tackle,
^porting, Fishing
Tacks, Brads and Sprigs (see Iron)
Tafia, (see Spirits) per imi>. gal.,§1.90;
...... pkg^-
Tails, undressed
Tallow
per lb., 1 ct.
;
pkgs.
"
Candles per lb., 2 cts.
;
pkgs.
Tarapico, White and Black
Tanners Bark
Tanners' or dyeing articles in a crude
state used in tanning or dyeing, not
elsewhere specilied
Tape,
("otton
"
Linen
"
Silk
Tapes, .Measuring Line sep Smallwares)..
"
Slotted for the manufacture of
Hoop Skirts
Tapioca
Tar. Coal
"
Pine
TarlauiQ (see Cottons)
Teas, Black per lb., 2cis.. aud
"
Green and Japan.per lb., 3 cts., and
"
when imported from the Uaited
States an extra ad val. duty of.
Teasels
Telegraph lusulatois (see Glass)
Tents
Terra Alba, Al iminous
"
Jrtponica
Thibet Hair, unmanufactured
Thnad,
Cotton in Hanks ,..
•'
on Spools
"
Lace Insertions
"
Ijiien
"
and other articles embroidered
with (iold or for Embroidery
"
all other
Tickings (see Cottons) per sq. yd.,
2 cts., and
3^
Free
Free
20
3'>
30
20
30
20
Free
20
20
Free
Free
Free
20
30
20
20
20
10
Free
20
10
10
10
Free
30
25
20
Free
Free
nh
20"
20
20
20
20
15
Tiles, Drain
20
"
for Lining Stoves aud Furnaces (see
Firebrick)
20
Timber from Newfoundland 20
Tinctures containing Spirits per Imp.
gal., ifl.OO
;
pkgs. 20
Tin, in blocks, pigs, bars, jjlates and
sheets 10
Tinware, Siauiped and Japanned ware,
and on all ma nifactures 01 Ti 1 not
elsewhere specified 25
Tin Clasps or Slices or Si)angles for
mauuf.icturiug Hoo[> Skirts 25
'•
Hollowware 25
"
Plates (see Iron) 10
Tobacco, Cigiirs and Cigarettes
lier lb., 50 cts. and 20
"
Leaf, unmanu'actured, for Ex-
cise Purposes Free
"
Manufacturod and on Snuff
per lb., 25 cts. and 12j
"
Pipes (.Meerschaum ami Clay)... 20
Tomatoes (see Vegetables). per hush., 30c.
Tortoise and other Shells, unmanufac-
tured Free
Tow, undressed Free
Toys
20
Train Od (seeOil.s)
Travellers' Baggage. Under regulations
prescribed by the Minister of Customs. Free
Tree .Nails....'.
Free
Trees, Shrub--, Roots and Plants, unless
otherwise specified. 20
"
Shrubs, Roots and Plants, from
Newfoundland 20
Trimmiugs, Bead, Silk and Metal 20
"
Cotton 20
"
Crape, Silk chief value 30
"
All other 20
Trunks, Satchels, Valises and Carpet
Bags 25
Tubes, Brass and Copper, fancy, plain aud
seamless, drawn 10
"
and Zinc 10
Turmeric Free
Turpentine, Spirits of 20
'•
Raw or Crude Free
Turtles , Free
Twills, Cotton 20
Worsted.. per lb, 7.^ cts., and 2)
Twines manufactured of Flax, not other-
wise specified 25
"