IIOUNTY OF MISSISOUOI TtOWN of ST.

JOHNS
ilU^r!!^
"
-

)

AND (

'j^

DIEEOTOEY
'iFOK. 1S79,

1880

J^J<TJD 1881.

J.

LAISDSBERG,
F.lj.,
(p:stabliished i%\)

FREl!6U$BDR6 AND COWASSVIILE,
"THE ONLY DIRECT IMPORTING HOUSE
IMPORTER OF

IN

THE COUNTY,"

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,
370 ST.

Jr.,
ii,

PAUL STUEET,
.tc.

-

-

MONTREAL,
St. Joh:)-^
tlie

Y'ouKl call the attention ofpartio;^ residinir

in Mif^isfj'ioi

PLATED WARE, SPOONS, FORKS,
Tlie quality of the Goods cannot "will be foun.l

County and
hi.s

want of STLVEll
.

to

large Stuck of Liccuo-Plati

be

.«urpafa.«ed,

while

EXTREMELY MODERATE. Old Articles Replated Equal to New.

PRICES

e
DUNHAM ADVERTISEMENT,

THE DUNHAM LADIES COLLEGE^
ATIOX OF
BIBLIOTHEQUE
YO^^JJ^r^T^I^KSv,'
*

^

Msquoi Co,, P.Q.
RD Bishop r* JTontrea IL, rresidint^

^EMINAIRE DE SAINT HYACINTHE
-

V

'

Rayon

LiNL)>\Y. Viil'resideut.
.

O

pa<uriT, DunliOTj

__^

D l.AITV

OF iHSpEA2(BKT OF P.EDPOUD

Numero

X?/>tL/OTHfeC>^''
F

TE^tCHERS.
Mrs.
AT. D.

IiA»Y PRINCIPAI.,
Miss

OAKLEY.

GOVEKNESSES,
DORA BRAXTFOUD GRIFFITU,
Miss

BEATRICE

D.

GRAHAM,
T. H. G.

Mis^ E. G. JONES.

inrSIC

TEACHEK,
L. KICt:.

MATHEMATICS,
Kev.

C1.ASNBCS,

Miss M.

WATSON.
M. D.

M.A.,

OXON.

SCIENCE and I.ITERATTJRE,
J.

W. D. OAKLEY,

E>;q.,

MEDICAI. ATTEXOANTS,
B.

GIBSON,

'

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
Board and Washing
Engli.ih

t!ie

College Academic year of

-l'>

week!».
.per term $30 00

Latin and Greek each

Drawing, Singing

French, German I'alian. Spanish, each in class, each

Singing, I'rivao Painting Instrumental Music, I'iauo Use of Piano, oii" hour per day " " " two hours " •• Stationery, Senior Classes " .junior and I'reparatory Classes Use of farpefed Sleejiing Apartment. Furnituie and VV:ire Medical Atu-ndauce, Drawing and Painting Materials, Books, &c.


MYSTIC ADVERTISEMENT.

'M^
"Wmir'^

I^'tm W^ife^5> f ilii MANUFACTURING
^g

iteam Engines,

^J^^^
'U

village
AND

SS^j^i^o I-at&e^
IRON PLANERS)

TOWSt FIES
ENGINES,
Of an improved
pattern, patented
in

im;im<i|x,

"S/^^

Canada and the united states

IRON

WORK FOR CIRCULAR SAW MILLS.

OSABI^a
GRIST
PULI^IES

and
FOR

SBAr^mO
MILLS,

and

SAW

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.
And
Agricultural

THE PATENT HORSE DUMP RAKE, Implements of every Possible Description.

HM

A. S.

WALBRIDGE.
Proprietor.

MYSTIC, Missisquoi County, P.Q.
niusfrated Catalogue free on<xpplication.

S
ST.

JOHNS ADVERTISEMENT.

GILLESPIE & CO.
119
(HicJieliezi

Street, ST. JOHNS, F.Q.
DEALERS IN
:!L\*i

119.

LdWiein;© ^
Sideboards,

tini

^ -^cz:?^

~^'>

CONSISTING OF

Cnpboards,
Tables,

Bookcases,
Chairs,
Sofas,

Wasbstands,
liOnnges,

Bedoteads,

Bnreans,
Desks,
Stands,
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
FOR HIRE.

f

" ^'^'^ FIRST CLASS

HEARSE^':

HEARSE
FOR
to in all its branches.
hiuje:.

Undertaking attended

Keep on band a

large assortment of

iOFFIHS £ CASKlf
of every description.

H^^

Funerals attended to in city and

country on the most reasonable terms.

ST.

JOHNS ADVERTISEMENTS.

83

RICHELIEU STREET,
A
lar^e, fully assorted

-

ST.

JOHNS, P.Q,

HAS ALWAYS ON HAND

and fashionbble stock of seasonable gocds in

FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.
Comprising every
article usually found 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 &
'ax
IN

QO.^

Tauar Maaifacturara,
all

AND WHOLESALE DEALERS

Wax

Candles and Tapers, and

hinds of Wax.
-

Factory, Iberville.

Office, 147 Richelieu St.

St.

Johns, P.Q.

Importer and Wholesale Dealer in DRY GOODS and Wholesale 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. "®J

ST.

JOHNS ADVERTISEMENTS.

E.

MCCONKEY &
AXD DEALERS
IN

CO,

97

Coote's Block, .ST. JOHNS, EICHZLIEU STREET. ALiIi WORK DONE IN THE VERY BEST STYLE.

...
ST.
-

Q.

HOTEL
¥.
recei:<tion

JEAN,
-

(OLD STAND,)

60 AND 62 RICHELIEU STREET,

SJ.

JOHNS,

P.Q.,

rnQHUEllE, PBOPRJETOR.
is

This establishment

large and commodious, and
It is carefully

of the travelling public.

is always open for the 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.
P.

L.

BRAULT,
in the very Best Styles.

£5

PEOTOeRAPHIC ARTIST.
'^^_^^^^:i'T^i^r

Copying and Enlarging done

Pictures

"=^#^^1^'"°"

finished in India

Ink or Colors.

131

RICHELIEU STREET.

JOSEPH LORD,
STAPLE AND FANCY
DE cnoix,

C3^

VJNS ET LIOUEURS,
En Gros
et en Detail.

r c^ o o r 1 o s ES^NOUQUORS.
J

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
Has

%i STNext Door

^Ata^B ST»^£T,
to the

United States Hotel,

ST.
the

JOHNS.

P.

Q..

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

Variety
the

and

Style,

And

is

selling

same at

INVARIABLY
Try the

LOV7 PRICES.
for

celebratea \ acuum Oil preserving Leather.

softening

and

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

DUNN & MA6UIEE,
MANUFACTUKERS OF

PLAIN
money
"® ^°^

and

FANCY

my;

CONFECTIONERY,
ALSO DEALERS IN

FANCY GOODS. SVOAR TOYS, IMPORT. ED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,

Choice Tobaccos, Briar & Meerschaum Pipes, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Tssro.

&c.,

X"ZS rLiolxelieiJL Streot,
ST.

JOHNS, RQ.
in season.

Ice

Cream and Summer Drinks

Oj'sters in every style

during the
up.

winter montlis.

Our Refreshment Rooms

are large, convenient

and well

fitted

r». iV/icC3rOoc3rja.aNr.
(Late of R.

IRWIN'S,

MONTREAL)

Manupactdrer of

'kllhj^j

¥^M^^^^

Y'^^i^V^ Y^li^^^^ ^^.
in

Also Dealer

Whips, Brushes, Currycombs, Horse
Clothing, &c.
ARPIN'S BLOCK, 73 RICHELIEU ST.,
All

-

-

ST. JOHNS, P.Q.
and
Price.

work guaranteed

to give satisfaction as regards Quality

M^R OHjL N T
And
Dealer in

T/IIL OR
St. Johns, P.Q.

CENTS' FyRNlSHlNi gOODS,
I20 Richelieu
A
Prices very low.

Street,

-

-

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

B^"A

call solicited.

FRELIGH8BURG ADVERTISEMENTS.

WILLIAIVI A. MORRISON^ FRELIGHSBURG. P. Q.
MANTFACTtTRER AXD DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF

TIN. SHEET

IRON

and

HARDWARE.
C3r,
in the

n <3 «0 r' I KT
EVERT DESCRlPTIOy OF

Such as Tin, Sheet and Galvanized Iron, Slate and Gravel, done best manner at the most moderate chai-ges.
PATE^^EE AND MANUFACTOBER OF

very

Morrison s Improved Crimped Sap Evaporator

and Heater,
It is econon)ical in time and nio.=t pimple and efficient apparatus in the market. 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-

The

fuel,

LOWING EXHIBITIONS PROVIXCIAl, EXHIBITION,
:

Qnebeo, 1877. VERMONT STATE FAIR, St. Albans, 1878. GRAND DO.TIINION EXHIBITION (and .TIedal), Ottawa, 1879.
ALSO MAXUFACTURER AXD DEALER IX ALL KIXDS OF

:TIon«real, 1S75.

PROVIN'CIAI.

EX »» IBITION,

i^-VLSsijr±icLS
ARCH DOORS, GRATES, FLUE
Price
lists.

XJt:oi3.sils,

srcn AS

CAPS, SUGAR MOULDS, SUGARING OFF PANS, SPOUTS, BUCKETS, &c.
all

Estimates, and

other information, free by mail on application.

^

Frclighsbiirg Cheap Cash Store
. .

>J^:

_

OFFERS

BOOTS
Groceries,

AND SHOES,
Fruits,
all

Provisions, Tobaccos and Cigars, Patent Medicines, Confectionery, Clocks, Watches and Jewellery,

Guns, Revolvers and ammunition of truth of the above heading.

kinds at prices that prove the

10

ST.

JOHNS ADVERTISEMENTS.

LOUIS COUSINEAU,
\ Sellier,

Fabrieant de Harnais
ET

loi
La

Rue

'

St. Jacques,

St. Jean, P.Q.

meilleure qualite d'ouvrage est garantie dans les deux lignes sustres bas et tout ordre, reparages compris, sont exe-

nommees. Les prix sont cutes promptement.

E.

DUPLESSIS&FRERE,
ET

FONDEURS EN FER ET EN CUIVRE.
Modeles
et

Patrons

faits

sur

Commande, &c.

6S
les

(luize

GTont,

St: Jean, ^.Q.

Toutes sortes d'ouvrages compris dans ces difterentes lignes, ainsi que 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 Instruments Agricoles.

PRIX TRES BAS ET SATISFACTION GARANTIE.

FonJcris CanaSisans 58 St. leao.

LEANDRE LAREAU,
66 Rue Grants
St-

Proprietaire.
Jean, P.Q.

MANUFACTURIEB DE TOUTES SORTES D'aRTICLES EN

Fonte, de Char rues 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 promptement, 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
isr
MANUFAC-

IS.

JVIABBLE WORKS, 3"oxj:eESP^i"
TURER OF

MONUMENTS,

TOMBSTONES,
'

HEAD STONES,
And all descriptions
Tlie best

'

TABLE TOPS,
of .TlE.UOKIlIiS.

material

and worh, and the
and Prices

lowest prices guaranteed.

Designs, Estimates

fiirnislied

on application.

CLEOPHAS MARC DUX,

FIRST-CLASS

CUSTOM TAILORING
Pleasing the most fastidious, at lowest cost.

CUTTING DOIVE And Wakbanted to Fit,
isLJ^

t^ _- —^^' P.

Stanbridge Station,

O.

MAIN STREET, opposite the FARNHAM.
MARCHAND DE

Post

Office,
IX

DEALER

CHAUSSURES
Fournitures de Chaussures.
Un assortiment de Bottes et Souliers toujours en main.
Ordre pour ouvrage de pratiques et racommodagf-s prompiement executes k des prix defiant

BOOTS & SHOES
SHOE FINDINGS.
A full assortment of Boots and Shoes always on hand. Orders for CUSTOM and repairing executed with promptness, the prices defying

WORK

tome

coniiietition.

all

competition.

12

EAST FARNHAM, STANBRIDGE STATION AND FARNHAM ADVERTISEMENTS.

>4i^ lP4miH41i
In

WQ'WM
Their
Midst.

Imp5err:ents for the Eastern Townships IVIanufactured

O
a. CO

3

In announcing the recent enlargement of their Works, and their extensive assortment of Plows, comprising TEN different Styles and Patterns, the subscribers 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 popularity.

Prices at the lowest figure consistent with superior best material.

workmanship and the

So

A.

LAMOUHSmC^
Retail Dealer in

COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Wholesale and

KM
STANBRIDGE STATION,
ighest

'M^
P.

Q.

Market price paid

for the

above.

EST irj.msyHi.M natjss
NORBERT R0BID3UX,
-

Proprietor,

Near the Railway Depot.

FARNHAM,
Superior
Table, at
tl.is

P.

Q.

Comfortable Rooms. Tha Table Superieure, Chambres Comfortablea Bar always iSupplied with the Choicest Wines La Barre toujours pourvue des Meilleurs Vins Liquons and Cigars. Good Yard and Stabling Liqueurs et Cigaros. Bonnes Cour ot Remises. and Livery Stable. French and English spoken Ecurie de Chevaui h Louer. On parle AnIlouie.

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
Ti^e
'^

attention given to the following

.*

Sprag-ue Mowing- Machine,''

For lightness of draught, durability and every essential combined in a perfect Mover they have no superior.

The

"

RICE PLOUGH,"
for

For Eough Ploughing,

which

it

is

specially adapted,

it

is

a

great success.

The

'

Ring Water Wheel,"
this

For Strength and economical use of water
is

wheel

superior to

all

others.

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI
AXD

TOWN OF

JOHNS DIRECTORY^
ST.
£ ST-/
CONTAINING A
'

^or 18^9, 1880 knd~l88l,
SEPARATE ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY
EVERY TOWN AND VILLAGE,

A FARMERS' DIRECTORY
AND AN

ADVERTISERS' AND SUBSCRIBERS' CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY 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
Price, $2.00.

0. L.

FULLER, MONTREAL.
Subscribers, $1.50.

To

PRINTED BY LOVELL PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANV,
1879.

16

MONTREAL ADVERTISEMENTS.

The
L.zfe

STANDARD
IN

Ass^irance Company,
HEAD OFFICE
CANADA: MONTREAL,

THE STANDARD
2247

IS ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST EXTENSIVE INSTITUTIONS EXISTING IN GREAT BRITAIN FOR THE ASSURANCE OF LIVES.

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., upwards 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

Head

Office, .Montieal. or at

Rates, &c., can be obtained on application at the 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 D AME STREE T, MONTREAL.
Special attention paid to. Repairing of all kinds promptly large stock of Keeper and Stoue Rings kept in stock from 75 cts. upwards.

COUNTRY ORDERS—

attended

to.

A

All Kinds of

kept in stock.

or ALL KI.NDS.
Presentation Jewels from $5.00 upwards. Plain Wedding Rings all weights. Large assortment 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
Advertisers' and Subscribers' Classified Business Dh*eetory,

157

Town

of

St.

Johns
Advertisers and Subscribers, Montreal

168

227
Villages in Missisquoi County
St.

Alphabetical Directory of

Towns and

25

Alphabetical Directory of the

Town

of

Johns

117

Alphabetical Directory (Farmers) of Townships and Parishes in Missisquoi

County
Index Index
to

175

Advertisements

20

to Miscellaneous Directory

23

Index to Parishes, Townships,. Towns and Villages
Miscellaneous Directory, County of Missisquoi
Miscellaneous Directory,
Street Directory,

24

208
223
77
156

Town

of St. Johns

Town
Town

of

Farnham

Street Directory,
Tariff of

of St. Johns

Customs

230

18

MONTREAL ADVERTISEMENT.

The Best Quality

of

Work

MOST REASONABLE PRICES.

]M[ .^

O H X TO" ES

able to produce Engravings of all kinds of ]\Iacliinery, Stoves, Melodeons, Agricultural Implements, &c., &c., for Catalogues, CirPianos, Architectural -work in the best culars, Advertisements or other purposes.
I

am

manner

;

Store Fronts,

Views

of Manufactories, Hotels, or Streets,

Engraved

from Photographs or Sketches.
Bill-heads, Letter-heads, Labels for Manufactories and Druggists 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
its

Town

of St. Johns Directory for 1879-80-81 to
it

numerous patrons, and

trusts that

will

be found alike by them and the public generally a

reliable index to the business, the places of business,

and the residences of
These, together

those living in the section of country to which

it

applies.

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
in all its details,

work complete and accurate
it

and

it is

confidently believed that

will be found reliable.

To

the Press, the

many gentlemen who

kindly furnished the Publisher

with

much

useful and interesting

information, and the manufacturers,
for the generous

professional and business

men of the County and St. Johns,

support they so liberally bestowed upon the undertaking, the Publisher
begs to tender his sincere acknowledgments.
0. L.

FULLER.

INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS,
COUNTY OF
Page.

MlSSISftUOI.
The Cowansville Observer, John
Massie, jun., editor prietor

BEDFORDBatcheller A. A., B.A.S., civil enland surgineer, provincial veyor, &c Bedford Marble Works, N. B. Joubert, proprietor Bedford Times, A. L. Lance,
editor

and pro53
59

32
11

Bmler Hobart, advocate Exchange Bank of Canada, Bedford Branch, E. Terroux, jun.,

29 35

DUIVHAITI. Baker G-eo, D., insurance agent,&c Browne Charles L., manager for H. C. Southwell, dealer in and pumps, stoves, tinware
roofer,

&c

59

Dunham
cipal

Ladies College (The), Mrs. W. D. Oakley, lady prinInside front cover
Oi*rin
S.,

manager
Joubert N. B., proprietor ford Marble Works
Bed-

32
11

Dunning

proprietor

Labonty Louis, proprietor Union House Lance A. L., editor Bedford
Times, book and job printer.... Terroux R., jun., manager Bedford Branch Exchange Bank of Canada Union House, Louis Labonty,
proprietor

35
29

Dunning's Tannery Missisquoi and Bouville Mutual Fire Insurance Co., George D. Baker, agent

59

59

Oakley Mrs. W.
cipal I'ol lege

The
H.

lady prinDunham Ladies
D.,

Inside front cover
C.

32

Southwell

35

(Charles L. Browne, manager), dealer in and pumps, stoves, tinware

roofer,

&c

59

COWAJCSVILLE.
Bell John J., builder and contractor proprietor Cowan Percival L Freeport Mills Cowan.-ville Observer, The, John Massie, jun., editor and proprietor
,

FARNHAm.
45 47 Boivin C, boot and shoe store..., Kobidoux Norbert, proprietor
11

West Farnham House West Farnham House, Norbert
Eobidoux, proprietor

12
12

FREI^IGHSBURG.
53

Landsberg

J.,

general merchant.

i

Eastern Townships Bank, CowansBranch, J. Mackinnon, ville

manager
Freeport
Mills,

45

Percival L. 47 Cowan, proprietor Hull O. N., watchmaker and 49 jeweller Landsberg J., general merchant. Outside front cover

Outside front cover Larose M., dealer in boots, shoes, 9 groceries, &c Morrison William A., dealer in
tin,

|

sheet iron, and hardware,

roofer,

&c
S.

9

|

OTYSTIC. Mystic Iron Works, A.
bridge, proprietor

Wal3

!

!

Lauder

L.D.S., geon dentist
J.,

D.D.S., sur-

49

Wal bridge

Mackinnon J., manager CowansEastern Townvillo Branch
6hi])S

proprietor S., A. Mystic Iron Works

i

3

'

Bank
jun., editor

45

Lambkin

P.

RICEBURG. & L., furniture manu-

Massie John,

and pro53

prietor The Cowansvillo Observer, book and job printer

facturers, sash, door and blind factory, undertakers, &c Facing inside back cover

INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS COUNTY OP MIS8ISQU0I AND
Eice Windsor V., Riceburg Foundry and machine shop Facing title page
ST.

ST.

JOHNS

21

Selby
salt,

B., dealer in

flour, grain,

clapboards, lath, &c Senesac Jacques, general

Ill

mer-

CHARLES DE STAIVBRIDGE.

Couture Joh^eph, mill owner and general merchant 103

chant Ill Stanbridge Station Marble Works, Charles II. Robinson 111

stanbridge: station. Lamoureux J. A., commission
merciuint Marcoux Cleophas, custom tailor. Eobinson Charles H., Stanbridge
Station Marble

SWEETSBURG.
Buchanan &
12
11
Bakei', advocates

116

EAST FARNHAITI.
(Brome Co)
BanfiU &Vilas
12

Works

Ill

INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS,
TOWN OF
Page

ST.

JOHNS.
8

Dubois Louis, merchant tailor and
dealer in gents' furnishings confectioners and tobacconists, &c Duplessis & Frere, engineers, machinists, founders, &c.

Ai^in Edouard,

bookseller and Wationer, dealer in fancy goods, guns, revolvers, &c 123

Dunn & Maguire,

8 10
10

Accident Insurance Co. of Canada, James OCaiii, agent 149 Banque de St. Jean (La) ,,, 123 Bartlett's American Hotel, D. B. Bartlett, jjroprietor 125
Bissett Jas. (estate late),

Fonderie Canadien de St. Jean, Leandre Larue Franco - Canadien (Le), Isaae

custom

Bourguignon
Gille-^pie

143

house and commission

bx-okers,

&

Co., furniture dealers

dealers in coal, wood, bricks,

&c 125

Bourguignon Isaac, Le FrancoCanadien 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 Insurance Co., James O'Cain, agent. 149

and undertakers, &c 4 Godin D., hatter and furrier 149 Hotel St. Jean, F. Monnette, proprietor

6

Imperial Insurance Co., of London, Eng., Wm. Coote, agent. La Banque do St. Jean Lancashire Insurance Co. of Manchester, Eng., William Coote, agent Lareau Leandre, Fonderie Canadien de St Jean La Voixdu Peuple, Boy Freres... Le Franco-Canadifin, Isaac Bour-

131 123

131
10 141

Chagnon

dealer, 0., furnitm-e undertaker, &c ..., 129 Citizens' Insurance Co. of Canada, James O'Cain, agent 149 Commercial Union Insurance Co. of London, England, William

guignon

143

Lomme

dry goods, hardware, groceries, liquors, &c 126 London (Eng.) Assurance CorpoJ. A.,

ration,

James O'Cain,

agent....

149

Coote, agent 131 Coote William, general insm-ance agent and oflicial assignee 131 Cousineau Louis, saddle and harness maker and boot and shoe

maker

10

Lord Joseph, groceries, wines, liquors, &c Macdonald Edward C, proprietor St. Johns Stone China Ware Co. Macpherson Jas., wholesale flour, grain and produce commission merchant

6
13

5

22

INDEX TO

ST.

JOHNS AND MONTREAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
Poutre Edouard, saddler and har6

McConkey
goods

E.,

& Co., merchant taifurnishing

lors, dealers in gents'

McGoogan maker

P., saddler

and harness
S

ness maker Queen Insurance Co., of Liverpool and London, James O'Cain,

7

agent

149

Metropolitan Plate Glass Insurance Co. of New York, James 149 O'Cain, agent Molleiir J. E., dry goods and Can5 ada straw hats, wholesale & Co., wax Molleur, Lanier bleachers and wax taper manufacturers
5

Freres, La Yoix du Peuple... 141 Eoj'al Insurance Co., Liverpool and London, Wm. Coote, agent. 131

Roy

Royal Canadian

Insurance Co.,
149

James O'Cain, agent

Monnette F., proprietor Hotel de 6 St. Jean News and Frontier Advocate 147 (The), E. E. Smith of Co., Insurance Northern Aberdeen and London, William
131. Coote, agent Noi-th British and Mercantile Insurance Co., of London and Edinburgh, Wm. Coote, agent... 131

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 Frontier Advocate 147 Standard Lite Insurance Co., of Edinburgh, Wm. Coote, agent... 131 St. Johns Art Gallery, P. L.

Brault
St.

6

O'Cain James, coal and wood dealer, custom house broker, and 149 general insurance agent Phoenix Insurance Co., of London, 131 Eng., William Coote, agent

Johns Rockingham and Yellow 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.

Larmonth &

Sons, agricultural im-

Cartney
writer

J. S., sign

and show card
131

Chapleau

Dominion

proprietor Godfroi, Safe Works

plement warehouse, ageiits for Frost & Wood, Smith's^Falls, 0. 116 Lovell Printing and Publishing
Co.,

51

limited,

printers,

pub-

Cole Fred., general agent Commercial LTnion Assurance Co. of London, England Inside back cover

lishers

and blank book manu139
D.,

facturers

McLaren W.

manufacturer Cook's Friend Baking Powder.
S. R.,

Commercial Union Assurance Co. of London, England, Fred.
Cole, general agent
Inside back cover

Parsons

Outside back cover furnitm-e and up-

Cook's Friend Baking Powder, W. D. Mcl^aren, sole manufacOutside back cover turer Dominion Safe Works, Godfroi 51 Chapleau, proprietor
Frost

k Wood, Smith's Falls, Ont., manufacturers of agricultural implements, Larmonth & Sons, 116 agents

holstery goods 55 M., manager The Standard Life Assurance Co.... 16 Standard Life Assurance Co. 16 (The), W. M. Ramsay, manager. Street John, manufactui'ing Jewel16 ler, dealer in Masonic Goods.... Watson John, jun., electroplated Outsiie front cover ware

Ramsay W.

Wiseman

J. L.,

wood engraver
18

and designer on wood

INDEX. TO MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY.
COUNTY OF MISSIS QUOI.
Superior Court, District of Bedford Catholic Parishes Churches, Canada Methodist Church, Congi-egational Churches, of England Churches, Roman Catholic Council, County Council, Parish of Notre Dame des Anges Council, Parish of St. Armand
Bailiffs

215 221 211 213 210 213 208

Courts,Term8 ofjMissiquoi County 215 216 Legal Holidays 217 Masonic Militia 216 Missisquoi County Agricultural 218 Society 214 Municipalities 214 Municipalities, Area of Municipalities, Assessed Value.... 214 214 Municipalities, Mayors of. 214 Municipalities, Population of
Secretarj'-Treas214 urers of. Plowing Association, iVIissisquoi

208
208

M unicipalities,
Co

East
Council,

Parish of

St.

Armand
208

West

218

Council, Parish of St. George de Clarenceville 209 Council, Parish of St, Thomas de
Council, Council, Council, Council, Council, Council, Council, Council, Council,

209 Foucault Parish of West Farnham. 209
20'J Town of Farnham Township of Dunham 208 Township of Stanbi'idge. 208

Village Village Village Village Village

of Cowansville .. of Dunham of Fi-elighsburg. of Philipsburg... of Sweetsburg...

County
quoi

Officers

209 209 209 210 210 214 215

Post Offices^ Missisquoi County.. 221 Rifle Association, District of Uedford 217 School Commissioners, Protestant Boards of. 220 School Commissioners, Catholic Boards of. 220 School Examiners, District of Bedford, Board of. 216 Stage Line, Clarenceville and Aiid 219 Stage Line, Clarenceville and Lacolle

219

Court, Circuit, County of Missis-

Court, Commissioners, Court, Commissioners,

Farnham. 215

Dunham
215
of

Township
Court, Commissioners, Parish
St.

Armand East
Commissioners, Parish of

215
215 215 215
215

Court,
St.

Armand West

Court, Commissioners, Stan bridge

Township
Court, District Magistrates', County of Missisquoi Court of Queen's Bench, District of Bedford Court, Sessions of the Peace, District of Bedford, Terms of Courts, Superior and Circuit, District of Bedford Courts, Terms of, District of Bedford

215

Stage Line, Clarenceville and Miranda 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 Frelighsburg 219 St. Patrick's Society, Farnham... 219 Table of Distances 222 Union St. Joseph de Farnham 218

215
215

OF ST. JOHNS. 223 Banks Board of School Trustees, Catholic 224

TOWN

24

INDEX TO PARISHES, TOWNSHIPS, TOWNS AND VILLAGES,
St.

Board of School Trustees, Protestant Cercle Litteraire de St. Jean

... Churches Convent of the Congregation of 224 Notre Dame 224 Customs Department 224 Educational 223 Fire Dei artment La Societe Permanente de Construction du District d' Iberville 225 225 L'Orphion de St. Jean L'Union St. Joseph de St. Jean... 225 225 Masonic Municipal Government of St. 223 Johns 225 Newspapers 226 Odd Fellows 225 Societies 225 St. Jean Baptiste Society 224 St. Johns Commercial Academj-. St. Johns Cricket and Lacrosse 22(3 Club
.

224 225 223

St.
St.
St.

Johns High School Johns Hospital Johns Infatat School

Patrick's Society United States Consulate

224 224 224 225 226

GENERi^L.
Bailiffs for the District ville

of Iber-

226

Court of Queen's Bench, District
of Iberville, Terms of. 326 Court, Terms of Circuit, District of Iberville 226 Court, Terms of Superior, District of Iberville 226 Courts, Terms of. District of Iberville

Customs

Tariff....

226 230

Municipal Council of the County
of St. Johns

226
226
of Iber-

Municipal Council of the Parish
of
St.

Johns

Officers, Judicial, District
ville

226

PARISHES,

INDEX TO TOWNSHIPS, TOWNS AND
Page
of.

VILLAGES-

Abbott's Corner, Village

Aird
Bedford, Village of. Clarenceviile, Village of. Cowansville, Village of Dunl)oro

25 25 26 38
41

Dunham, Township of. Dunham, Village of East Dunham, Village of
East Farnham, Village
of.

Farndon Farnham, Town of
Frelighsbiirg Haseville

115 175 56 62 63 65 66 77 84

Malmaison (Des Rivieres
Village of

Station),

Meiges Cornt'iMiranda
Montreal,
City
of

84 85 85
(Subscribers
in)

and Advertii-ers

Moore's Station Mystic, Village of l^orth Pinnacle North Stanbridge Notre Dame des Anges, Parish

of.

227 85 86 88 89 191

89 90 91 93 93 95 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 104 108 Stanbridge Ridge Stanbridge Station, Village of.... 108 Stanbridge, Township of 181 110 Stan bury 112 Sweetsburg, Village of 115 Venice 205 West Farnham, Parish of

Noyan, Village of Nntt's Corners Philipsburg, Village of Pierceton. Village of. Pigeon Hill, Village of. Pike River, Village of Kiceburg, Village of

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.

Post. office, Mrs. Alice M. Carpenter, postmistress Powers Ernest, school teacher Ano Joseph, laborer Baptist church, rev. A. L. Arms, pas- Powers Joseph, shoemaker Eichardson rev. James E., superintentor (non-resident) Bridge A. E., farmer dent, Frelighsburg Circuit, Canada Methodist church, resides at FreBroe John, blacksmith Carpenter Mrs. Alice M., widow, postlighsburg mistress Rodgers Mrs. A., widow Scofield Columbus, retired Carpenter Edwin, farmer ChadLurn George, farmer Scofield Lewis D., farmer Scotield Mrs. L. D., widow Comstock H. S., farmer Scofield P. A., school teacher Corse A., farmer District School, Xo. 5, Miss Bessy P. Smith H. H., carpenter Sweet, teacher Smith M. A., school teacher Dwyer Mrs. P.. widow Sweet Miss Bessy P., teacher District Goodhue Peter, farmer School No. 5

Abbott E. B., former Abbott Mrs. Chauncy C, Widow

Hope Miss
Macey Macey

Hari-iet

Jenne Albert, laborer
E. B., carpenter L. F., iariner
rev.

Tracey Tracey Tracey Tracey

Edgar S., carpenter Harvey
Miss Ella, school teacher

McDerinott Michael, farmer church (Canada), Methodist

Mrs A., widow Whitman Mrs. M., widow Rodman
S.
I{.,

Whithaan

J.P.,

farmer

James

Richardson, superinten dent, Frelighsburg Circuit, resides at Frelighsburg
E.

Woodaid Henry, plasterer Young James, farmer

AIRD.

A small
St.

post village, situated in a good agricultural country, in the parish of 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 Population about 100. 5 miles, and Philipsburg 13 miles.

Abels Samuel, farmer Asseltine Henry, farmer

Hudlah Brownson Georae, farmer
Asseltine 31 rs.

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

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

Hawley James, farmer
Hilliker Hilliker Hilliker Hilliker

Alexander, farmer
Nelson, farmer Saxe A., general merchant Sidney, farmer

Moyls Daniel, farmer

Newman Newman

Johnson i'aniel. farmer Johnson Jason, fiarmer

James, farmer William, farmer Reynolds Rodney, farmer Westover George, farmer

BEDFORD.
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 Stanbridge, and is about one mile in length ; or, it may be described as consisting of two separate villages that distance apart, the connecting street being 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 common I3" 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 President 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

The

"

;

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 addiIn appearance it is one of the neatest and best tion of new patrons. 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 inconsiderable importance. The ])rincipal of them are embraced in the following The Bedford Tannery, which was established by the present projirietorsin 18H1, is a large building having a solid stone foundation, the superstructure 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 required 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 Stanbridge 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,

1

28

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI

—BEDFORD,

John, N.B., via Montreal, 629, Halifax, N.S., 705, Charlottetown, P. E. and Liverpool, England, 2291, Mails twice a day. Population about 1,500, Adv, advertisement; bds, boards; do, same place or Abbreviations Used: 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.
St.
Ipiland, 929,

;

Alcombrack Ebenezer (Martin & Alcorn biack), U B Alcombrack William, cui'rier, U B
Allen Warren, laborer Arbour John, contractor, bds Main,

Bedard Peter
Butler,

H., machinist,

U B
Hobart

BEDFORT) ACADEMY,

.\1A., advocufe, principal

BEDFOED BUILDING SOCIETY,
Hobart Butler, M.A., advocate, president; N. H. Shaw, vice president; Nye C. Martin, secretary-treasurer

LB
Arbour
Vital,

mason and

stonecutter,
mil-

bds Main,

L B
millinery and fancy

BARNEY MRS. RAYMOND,
liner, dealer in

BEDFORD FOUNDRY,

Horatio

goods. Largest assortment of millinery goods, including the latest novelties, in this section. Trimmed hats in great variety, Main, L B, h do

Horskin, proprietor, U B Bedford House, xMain, h B, J. H, Martin, proprietor

BEDFORD MARBLE WORKS,
N.
ii.

Joubert, proprietor.
1

See
F,

Ada
C.

BARNEY RAYMOND,
jjhic artist.

photograPictures from the small-

j)age

BEDFORD PHARMACY,
Saunders, proprietor, xMain,

est miniatui^e to life-size, also stereos-

LB

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,

BEDFORD TANNERY,
tin

BEDFORD

BATCHELLER
civil

A.

A-,

BAS.,

engineer, provincial land surveyor and general draughtsman, B, h do. See adv page 32 Batcheller Addison, tarmer

L

BEAUCHEMIN HUBERT, custom
tailor.

Gentlemen's garments made

U B, Marproprietors 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
& Alcombrack,

to order in the latest Paris, London and New York fashions, on the shortest notice, and at moderate charges, Main, L B, h do

BOARD

custom tailGarments, certain to give satisfaction in tit and make, made to order on the shortest notice, at lowest rates. Cutting done, and guaranteed to lit if made up properly, U B, h do Beck Martin, scythe maker, U B
or.

BECK ALEXANDER,

of Bedford, Hobart Butler, M.A,, advocate, Beatbrd, president; H, L, Fuller M.A., M,L)., Sweetsburg, vice do; William Gibson, Adamsville, secretary-treasurer Boisonnault Paul, carpenter and joiner,

OF SCHOOL AMINERS, for the district

EX-

Main, L

B

BEDAED PETER,
gles and
est
all

Haw

mill; shin-

kinds of lumber kept on hand and ottered for sale at low-

maiket

price.
size,

order to any

Lumber sawed U B, h do

to

Borden Amos, mason. Main, L B Bjrden Anson M,, farmer, U B cabinetmaker, Borden Elias W,, 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.

BEDFORD
Is

^m
Annum
in

THE

TIMES
at

Published every

FRIDAY

BEDFORD. MISS I SOU 01 COUNTY, QUE.,
At $1.00 per
.A^.

advance.
-

L. L^I^TVOE,

-

i:<litoi'.

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.
''

The

"TIM ES

is

a large,

newsy

3

I^^Being Published

at the

County Seat,

it

is

the

Paper

in

which to Advertise.

a larger circulation in Missisquoi County than any other Weekly Paper. Advertisers make a note of it.

The ''TIMPi^S" has

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.
(Aris-

Borden Mrs. Marv, widow Samuel,
Main.

CHATELLE & COUTURE
tide Chatelle

LB
,

BOUCHARD ARTHUR J

dealer

in fancy and staple dry goods, groceries, provisions, boots and shoes,

and Theodore Couture), dealers in fancy and staple dry goods, boots and shoe>', groceries,
provisions, crockery, glassware, &c., of which they have a good assortment cheap for cash. Main, nearly opposite the Bedford house, L B Chatelle Aristide (Chatelle & Couture), 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, Stanbridge Station road Chevalier Gustave, physician and surgeon, Bridge. L B Chouinard Isidore, carpenter and
joiner,

hats and caps, shelf hardware, and ever}' article usually found in a well B, oppoassorted general stock, site 0. S. "Eixford's scythe factory,

U

h do

Edouard, carriagemaker, Main, L B, h U B Boudreau David, moulder, U B Boudreau Francois, farm laborer, L B Bourgeois Benii, mason and stone cutter"; bds Main, L B

Bouchard

BOYD

WILSON, special agent Eastern Townships of the Sun 3Iutual Life and Accident Insurance Co. of Montreal, J. H.
R.
for the

C4ough, agent, Bedford, P. Q. Brault T., porter, Union house, L B B Brault Medard, laborer, Brault Pierre D., miller. Main, L B Brown Mrs. Sarah, widow Xathaniel S., Main, L B

U

UB
L
B,
rev.

CHURCH OF ST DAMIEN DE
BEDFORD,
Elphege
Gravel, parish priest

BUTLER HOBART,
cate,

MA-,

advoj

CHURCH OF

ST.

JAMES THE

principal

Bedford

Academy

president District of Ijedtbrd Teachers' Association, and president of the board of school examiners for the same, also president Bedford Building Society. See card page 35

B, rev. H. W. Nye, xM.A., rector of Bedfoi-d Circuit Court for the County of Missisquoi, Hon. Christopher Dunkin, judge ; John Gough, clerk ; T. M.

APOSTLE, L

Gough, deputy clerk; 2^. H. Gordon, crier; office Court House, Main, L B

Butler Mrs. Hobart, teacher of music and painting, Bedford Academy, h

CITIZENS' FIRE, LIFE. ACCL

LB

DENT AND GUARANTEE INSURANCE CO. OF CAi^ADA,
John
site

CAIRNS REV.

H., pastor ^iethodist Church, U B

Canada

Cam])bell Ludger, farmer,

L B

CANADA FIRE AND MARINE INdURAiNCE CO. OF HAMIL
Main, opjiosite Court House,

H. Gough, agent, Main, oppoCourt House, L B Clayes Geoi'ge, farmer, L B Commissioner Superior Court, John Goutrh, office Court House, Main,

TON, ONT., John H. Gough, agent. LB
U
B, rev. 11. Cairns, pastor

LB"
Commissioners Court for the Township of Stanbridge, N.A. Par^ and H. C. Thomas M. Hall, commissioners Gough, clerk, office Court House,
;

CANADA METHODIST CHURCH
Canfield Professor Homer, teacher of vocal music, Bedford Academy, resides

Main,L B

UB

CONNER

D.,

assistant postmaster,

Capsey George, advocate, secretarytreasurer iMissisquoi County Council, office Court House, Main, L B, resides at Mystic

merchant tailor, and general dealer in dry good.s, groceries, hardware, boots and shoes, ready-made clothing, &c., U B, h do

Conway

Peter, Main,

LB

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, Stanbridge Station road Corey Matthew, millwright,

Davies Malcolm, commercial traveller,

U B Davignon Francois, proprietor Upper
Bedford hotel

UB

Core}" Mr.s. J. H.. milliner and dre>smaker, Main, L B, h Stanbridge Station road Cornfbrth E. W., scythe maker, U B

Demers A. Napoleon, clerk Registry Office for County of Mi.ssi.squoi,

LB
Demers Edouard
R.,

notary, Bridge,

L

B, h do

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

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

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

hdo
Deneau Francois,
joiner,

Ddrie Nelson, tanner,

U

L B B

DE VALENCE LOUIS FERDIhouse, sign, fresco and orThe very best at prices to suit the times. Fresco and ornamental painting a specialty. Satisfaction

NAND,

Post shop

Office,

L

ii,

h next door to

namental painter. class of work done

Coslett Samuel, bookkeeper at Bedford foundi-y, L B Courtois Joseph, carpenter, Main, L B Couture Theodore (Chatelle & Couture) Main, LB (R. A. Crothers,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

guaranted.

L B

DICKINSON & DEMERS(Richard
Dickinson, X.P., and Louis Joseph Demers), joint rei^istrar for the County of Missisquoi, Court House,

CROTHEIIS& DUFFY,
;

Main,

L B

Sweetsburg
Crothers R. A., B.A., thers & Dutty)
B.C.L.
(Cro-

Dickinson Richard (Dickinson Demers), Bridge, L B Dion Joseph Napoleon, painter, Dion Phillip G., clerk, U B

&

UB

DION RALPH,
painter,
<fcc.

Cyr Jean Baptiste, laborer. Main, L B Cyr Joseph, farmer, Main, L B

CYR MOISE,
smith and

carrigemaker, blackhorseshoer. All kinds of work in the above done in the most workmanlike manner, without delay, at the lowest prices. Repairs receive prompt attention, Main, L B, h do
K., carnage and sleigh maker. Every description of vehicle built to order, and all kinds of repairs promptly done. Firstclass work and lowest prices guaranted,

artist and carriage 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 satisfaction. U B, h do

District

Magistrates Court for
;

the

DAMOIE PATRICK

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, Bedford, president

U B, h do

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,
Graduate of Ale Gill
MONTREAL.

B.A.S..

College,

»?i*rf

(Wi

9

C^ 9

9

$)'

AND —

GENERAL DRAUGHTSMAN.
BRIDGE BUILDING
SPECIALTY.
c?.

/\

-^

COUNTY OF MI88ISQUOI

—BEDFORD.

33

DOMINION FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. of Hamilton, Ont.,

JohnH. Gough,

agent,

Main, o])posite Court house, L

B
CO.,

DOMINION TELEORAPH
F.

C

Saunders, agent,

office

Main,

L B

DOUOLAS & ROLLAND
Douglas and
J. T.

(Joim RoUand), manufacturers of sash, doors, and blinds.
Planing, turning, scroll sawing, &c., neatly done; mouldings made to order. Main, 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, commissioner Superior Court and commissioner per ded. pot., office Court
house. Main,

L

B, h

LB

GOUGH JOHN

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,

H. (Gough Bros.), secretary J. P. and commissioner, Bedford Vigilant Association, and general insurance agent. Main, opposite 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

LB

Goulding Joseph, scythe maker, Main,

L B

VB
Duffy H.
T., B.A., B.C.L. (Crothers Dutfy), resides at Sweetsburg Dufresne Gilbert, U B

GRAVEL REV. ELPHEGE, parish
priest, parish of St.

Damien de Bed-

&

ford,

h

L B

DUPUIS MAXIMILLIAN,
tailor.

custom
the

Greenwood L., scythe polisher, Guertin Meril, carpenter, L B
in fanc}'

UB

Ail orders will

j-eceive

GUILLETTE HYACINTHE.dealer
and staple
drj- goods, boots

most prompt attention, and

will be executed in the latest styles at the lowest prices. Gentlemen's and

and

shoes,

groceries,

provisions,

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

crockery, glassware, &c., secretarytreasurer dissentient school board, St. Damien de Bedford, Bridge, L B,

hdo Hakey

Jacob,

UB

Halcrow Mrs. Mary, widow George,

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 manner, B, h do Giroux Louis, laborer, L B

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
Co.'s

(agent), watchmaker dealer in watches, clocks, jewellery, fine cigars, &c.,

and jeweller,
for

Manning,

Bowman &

perfection granite ironware and the fine electro silver plated ware of Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co., and Eogers & Brother, Bank building. Main,

LB

Hauver Benjamin, farmer, Stanbridge

U

Hauver

Station road Levi, carpenter,

UB

;

34

COUNTY OF MISSIPQUOI

—BEDFORD.
;

Hebert Moise. L B Hubert Mrs. Hubert, L B Hebert Pierre, former, L

LEDUC AVILA,
B
dealer in

HERLIHY PATRICK,

fancy and staple dry goods, groceries, provisions, wines, liquors, crockery, glassware, hats and caps, boots and shoes, shelf hardware, &c., the assortment being one of the best in Bedford at lowest prices, Bridge, L B, b do Higgins John, scythe maker, I" B

farmer and lime burner lime of the very best quality always on hand, and for sale, guaranteed 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

HOCHELAGA FIRE INSURANCE CO., of Montreal, John H.
Gough, agent. Main, opposite Court
house.

L B
manufac

HOKSKIN HORATIO,
vases.

LB MA^NANT ALFRED,

and surgeon, office and residence Main, next door to F. C. Saunders' drug store, and opposite Cyr's block

turer of stoves, hollow ware, garden 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
Bed-

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, B, h do Mahonev Miss Mary, ladies' hair work, Main,''L B

U

JOUBERT
ford

N.

B., proprietor

Mahoney Timothy, L B

Marble works. See Adv page 11 Kimell Martin, laborer, Main, L B Knight Allen S., machinist, U B

pedlar. Main, L B Marcil Francois, tanner and currier,

MARTEL

Labonty Abraham Union house, L B

D.,

barkeeper,

LABONTY
Union
house,

LOUIS,

hou.se, Bridge,

proprietor opposite Court

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

L

Lafrance

B. See Adv page 35 Moise, laborer, Stanbridge

MARTIN
X

&

ALCOMBRACK
^

Station road

LANCE
Times,"

A. L.,
otfice

editor

"Bedford

opposite Court house, L B, h L B, See Adv opposite Bedford Times page 29 Lance William T., printer, bds with A. L. Lance, L B Langdon C, machinist, U B RAPHAEL, dealer in groceries, ])rovisions, Graham, buckwheat 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^-, B,

and Ebenezer Alcombrack), 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
(iSye C. Martin

|

MARTIN CHARLES
;

LARUE

M., manager People's and Farmers' store, general and confecgrocer, fruit, fish, 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 & Alcombrack). Mayor of Stanbridge township,

U

h do Laval lee Albert, boot and shoe maker, Main, L B, h do Lavallec Xavier, retired, Main, L B

U

B

BEDFORD AND MONTREAL ADVERTISEMENTS.

35

LOUIS
THIS HOUSE
making
it

L A

B-')

NTY,
House and County Buildings,

PROPRIETOR OF THE

is

convenient

situated directly opposite for bu.^iness nieu.

the Court

A FIRST-CLASS LIVERY
number
of horses.

No

connected with the House. Good Stabling for a large 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,
MOHTHEAL.

55 College Street,

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

Morier Eaphael (Morier & Poulin),

L B Moyers Mrs. Marj', widow M^dard,
Main,

L B

Mulvanev Patrick, farmer,

UB
office

Mather William, carpenter, U B McAleer Barney, farmer McAleer Joseph, farmer IMcAleer Mrs. Jane, widow Miles McAleer Patrick, carpenter. Main, L

MUNICIPALITY TOWNSHIP OF STANBRIDGE, George
Sulle}',

secretary-treasurer,

Court House, Main,

L B
and shoe maker,

Murphy
Main,

Patrick, boot

L B

B

McKenney Jonas, U B Meehan George, tanner and U B

NYE REV.
currier,

Nason Rnel, axe maker, U B H. W., M.A., rector of

Menard Joseph, blacksmith, U B Menard Mrs. Moise, milliner, U B Menard T., laborer, L B

MICLETTE JOSEPH,
shoe maker;
all

boot and descriptions of custom 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, B

Bedford, L B Orris George, tanner's apprentice, U 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, B Pearce John, farm laborer

B

U

PEOPLE'S AND FARMERS' STORE, Charles M. Martin, managei",

U

wai'd Coslett, postmaster MISSISQUOI AND ROUVILLE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE POST OFFICE, Upper Bedford, Nye

POST
C.

general grocer, fruit, fish and confectionery, country produce bought and sold, Eice's block, Main, L B hL B OFFICE, Lower Bedford, Ed,

CO-, Edward Coslett, agent, L B MISSISQUOI AND ROUVILLE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., Nye C. Martin, agent, L' B Missisquoi County Agricultural So-

Martin, postmaster; D. Conner,

assistant do Pouilot Peter, mason,

L

B

George Sulley, secretary-treaCourt House, Main, L B Missisquoi County Council, George
ciety,

Poulin Pierre (Morier & Poulin), L Eaymond Ti-effl^, scythe polisher, L Keed Louis J., meat market, Main,

B
B L

surer, office

B,hUB
Reinhardt Moses, Stanbridge Station road

Capsey, secretary-treasurer, office Court House, Main, L B Monette Moise, farmer, U B Montague Theodore, farm laborer, Moreau Samuel, foreman Martin & Alcombrack's Tannery, U B Morgan Edward W., accountant Exchange Bank of Canada, resides at Stan bridge Station

LB

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

Morgan Henry, U B Morgan William, moulder,
Morier

UB

Poulin (Raphael Morier and Pierre Poulin), sash, door and blind factory, and carpenters and joiners,

&

Rix Robert, mason
Rixford 0. S., manufacturer of scythe and hay knives, dealer in haying tools, B, resides at East Highgate,

U B
Morits John, farm laborer,

U

UB

Vt

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI Rix Thomas, mason, L B Eobinson Miss Rhoda, U B
Holland Antoine, wheelwright, Main,

— BEDFORD.
7,

37

LB

School district No. Stevens, teacher School district No. 8, Kuitcr, teacher

U

B,

Miss

L B, Mrs.

Lydia

Eolland Frank, ftirmer, v^^tan bridge Station road Holland Henri, hostler, Bedford house

SCHOOL OF ST DAMIEN DE BEDFORD, F. X. Ed. Demers,

EOLLAND

J. T., bailiff of the Superior Court acting in and lor the district of Bedford, office and resi-

SEATON JAMES

dence Main,
Rollaiid Levi,

L B

sewing machine agent, Stan bridge Station road Eolland Michel, laborer, Main, Eolland Mrs. Margaret, widow Francois, Stan bridge Station road Eolland Pierre, laborer, Stanbridge Station road Ross Adoniran J., blacksmith, ^'ain near railway bi-idge, L B

LB

teacher; Mrs. F. X. Ed. l)emers, assistant teacher, L 13 H., saddle and harness maker. Custom work will receive particular attention, and all orders will be done in a manner to Best give thorough satisfaction. material used. Repairing at shortest notice. Prices to suit the times, Main, opposite Bedford house, L B Shaw N. H., sewing machine manufacturer, U B, h do

head

ROSS HENRY

L":, saddle and harness maker and carriage trimmer, dealer in saddles, harness, whips, horse clothing, bits, spurs, &c. best material used ; good work, low
;

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 B No. 7, Strane Hubert, jun., teamster, L B Strane Hubert, sen., teamster, L B

U

ROUSE

B, h do R- B- tin and copper smith. Job work of all kinds promptly done in a superior style at moderate Eavetroughing put up in prices. the best manner. Ware exchanged for country produce, and highest
prices,

U

SULLEY GEORGE, secretary treasurer Township ot Stanbridge Municipality, Co. of Missisquoi Agricultural society and Board of School

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 F. C, druggist and

Commissioners, office Court house Main, L B, resides at .uj-stic

SUN MUTUAL LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. OF MONTREAL, John H. Gough,
agent. Main, opposite Court house,

L B
Taylor Amos, painter,

LB
man-

TERROUX ROBERT, JUN.,

SAUNDERS
stationer,

member (by examination) of the Province of Quebec Pharmaceutical association. Dealer in drugs, chemicals, dye stutfs, writing and wrapping papers, school books, &c. Physicians'prescriptions and private recipes carefully prepared, Main,

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

LB

UNION HOUSE,

School Commissioners, parish of St Damien de Bedford, George Sulley,
secretary, office Court house, Main,

LB

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
hotel,

— CLARENCEVILLE.

Webb Arthur, scythe maker, U B Welcom Frank, carpenter and joiner, L B Vaughn n James A., harness maker, Whitcomb Henrj'^, grocer, U B, h do Bridge, L B Wilson James, harness maker, U B Vilej John, teamster, U B Viley Joseph, travelling agent, U B WINGATE HIRAM, watchmaker
Upper Bedford
Frungois Davignon, proprietor
Vitty Miss Annie, dry goods, &c L B, bds at John Harty's
,

Main,

WALKER COMFORT
and contractor.
&c.,

M-, builder Contracts taken for the building of churches, schools and other public edifices, houses, bridges,

and jeweller. Having been for several years in the emploj' of first class firms, I have no hesitation in warranting work done in the best style; also sewing machines of all kinds repaired, shop at C. M. Martin's, Main,

U B
carpenter
joiner,

WALKER MELVIN,
and

L B Young

Joseph, blacksmith and horse

U

B

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 Originally it belonged to the Sieur Foucault, to whom. Caldwell's manor. 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 settlements 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

The

and German extraction. 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.

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COUNTY OF MISSI8QU0I- CLARENCEVILLE.
It is

39

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

D. D., clerk Clarenceville hotel Curtis Enoch, farmer Curtis Mvron S., farmer

Connor

CUSTOM HOUSE,

William

Mead
and

Pattison, collector Derby C, & Co. (Charles Derby, H. Hj'de), i^eneral dealers Derby Charles (C. Derby & Co.)

C

DERICK A- H-, postmaster and general

CLARENCEVILLE AND AIRD MAIL STAGE LINE, Samuel O.
Chirk, pro])rietor

merchant, dealer it! dry goods, ready-made clothing, hats and cajDS, boots and shoes, groceries, provisions, crockery, glassware, &c.; cook

stoves in gi-eat variety

CLARENCEVILLE AND LA COLLE MAIL STAGE LINE,
bamuel
().

Clark, proprietor

CLARENCEVILLE AND MIRANDA MAIL STAGE LINE,
Samuel U. Clark, proprietor

CLARENCEVILLE CARRIAGE
FACTORY,
ClarencevUle
i^. A. Noel, proprietor Circuit

Methodist
John

Church

Canada, rev. Stewart, superintendent
of

Clarenceville hotel, P. C. Martin, proprietor

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 postmaster 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

Clark George Xelson, farmer

of Clarenceville
Ellis Thomas, gardener Evans Charles, farmer Evans 3Iyron, blacksmith and horse-

CLARK SAMUEL

0., proprietor Clarenceville and LacoUe, Clarenceville 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

shoer

Green H.
No. 3

F.,

teacher district school

Grenon John, harness maker
Griggs Simon, jobber

charges Colton Mrs. M., wid Henry

COLTON WILLIAM HENRY,
farmer, secretary-treasurer of the municipality of St. George de Clarenceville and clerk of the local Magistrates Court

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

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—CLARENCEVILLE.

Linihen Patrick, tailor Little Stewart, farmer Macneil John, farmer Martin P. C, proprietor Clarenceville
hotel

School Commissioners, Parish of St George de Clai'enceville, A. H. Derick, chairman ; H. C. Hyde,

McFEE ALBERT,

saddle and har-

Smith Miss school No.

secretary-treasurer C. M., teacher
1

district

ness maker, manufacturer and dealer in all kinds of coach pad harness, single and double driving harness, halters, surcingles, sweat pads, zinc collar caps, bits^ whips, horse cloth-

Stewart rev. John, pastor Methodist

Church of Canada
St

George's
enceville

Church,

rev.

Canon

Edward DuVernet,

rector of Clar-

Eepairs prompth" done at ing, &c. lowest rates, satisfaction guaranteed

ST JOHN & SON (Thomas
made

McGregor George carpenter and McMillan Mrs., widow
Methodist

joiner
i-ev.

P. and Marshal N. St John), first-class boot and shoe makers. Custom work

of Canada, John Stewart, pastor Miller Henry M., clerk

Church

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

MUNICIPALITY OF THE PARISH OF ST GEORGE DE CLARENCEVILLE, Wm. Henry
Col ton, secretary-treasui'er

NOEL
ville

E. A-1 proprietor ClarenceCarriage factory. Largest and best stock of carriages, buggies,

"waggons, sleighs, cutters, &c., in Blacksmiths work of this section. all kinds, reparingand horse shoeing at lowest prices. Carriage painting and trimming done in the best style

STRUTHERS
(

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) JAMES, carriage

maker. 'arriaues, buggies, wagaons and sleighs on hand or built to order
in the latest sty'les, at the lowest payinir rates. Hepaii's of all kinds, also

carriage

tips,

shaft

rubbers,

&c.,

alwavs on hand

carriage painting and trimming cheaply, promptly and thoroughly
executeil
ture-r

PATTISON WILLIAM MEAD, TASKER RANSOM collector ot customs
and
lioaler

D..

in furjiitui-e,

manufacand

POST OFFICE,
master

A. H. Derick, post-

undertaker.

Parlor,

dining-room,
furnitui-e
ordei"

Provingial Charles, laborer KeynoKis John, retired Reynolds John C, sexton St. George's

bedroom and kitchen hand or supplied to
price.

on

on the

shortest notice at less than Montreal CnflSns, caskets, robes and
funei'al
in

church

Eowe
Sails

C. S., lieut.-col. 60th battalion,

Missisquoi

former Duncan, laborer Sails K. & F. (Miss Ella and Miss France.- Sails), millinery and dressSails Daniel,

furnishings always hearse for hire at moderate charges; furniture and other repairs cheaply, promptly and

other

stock.

A good

thoroughly done Taylor Henry, laborer Terr}' John, laborer
l)lacksmith retired Younir Daniel, farmer

making
Sails Miss Ella (E. & F. Sails) Sails Miss Frances (E. & F. Sails) Sawyer C. H., general merchant

Tetreault

L

,

Westwood Alexander,

SCHUTT JASPER,

YOUNG PHILIP
cian and surtreon

R.,

MD.,

physi-

farmer

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 sixteen 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. M. Bachelor, from the United States and Augustus The next settler was 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 matter 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, comprising the District of Bedford, was done at this place, and all legal docaments 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 advancement since that time that to-day it must be considered as one of «fif the most important stations on the line. The railway supplied advantages 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

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feed business,

COUNTY OF MISSISQFOI
which he
still

—COWANSVILLE.

same period

(in 1871) the

carries on on an extensive scale. About the Eastern Townships Bank opened a branch of

One

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. thing which probably did very much in developing the interests of Cowansville was the establishing of a newspaper here. The Cowansville Observer 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 prospects, 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 Canada 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 importance 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 necessar}' for him to pui'chase a large Taylor cylinder press, in order to meet Since then his business has the ever-growing demand for his paper. 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 respectable 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 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 demands that may be made upon it for the furnishing of the houses of the

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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 As the saw used in the first mentioned for sawing stories in height. 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 The factory is well supedge, and a butting saw for cutting up slabs. 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 also a steamer for steamto turn out over one hundred of either a day 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
;

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
so forth.
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 manufacturing 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, Knowlton (Bromo Co.; 12 miles, Lawrenceville (Shefford Co.) 30 miles, Mansonville (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, Stanbridge 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.

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COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI

— COWANSVILLE.

bds, boards ; do, same place or same 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, Cowansville branch, Main, means Main street.

Abbreviations Used:
street
;

— Adv., advertisement
;

;

h,

bouse

S.

;

Allen "William, section Freeport

man

S.

E, R.,

BUZZELL BROTHERS

(Thomas

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-

D. and E. Buzzell), dealers in gi-oceries, pr.)visions, crockery, glassware, boots and shoes, paints, oils, &c., jobbers in harness, hardware and

shoemakers' findings, wholesale dealers in butter and cheese, block, Victoria square

Exchange

port

BELL JOHN

J-> architect,
'

contrac
;

tor, bridge an genei-al builder references given when required. Main, near the Missisquoi High School. See Adv page 45 Bellinapp Frank, baker, bds with L. C. Parsons, South

Buzzell Thomas D. (Buzzell Brothers), Victoria square Camei'on William L., insurance agent,

Freeport

CANADA FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. OF HAMILTON,
Main
Willium H. Macfarlane, agent,
H-, chemist

BIBLE DEPOSITORY, Montreal Auxiliary of the British and Foreign

CARPENTER JOHN
and druggist, dealer
icals,

BOOTH

Bible society, A. Oliver, agent, Main 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 guaranteed, iMain, bds with James Euiter,
F. X., boot

in drugs,

chem-

patent medicines, perfumery, toilet articles, dye stuffs, &c. Alsc books, stationery, musical merchandise, &c., proprietor Carpenter's Asthma Cure, for Asthma, Catarrh,
Bronchitis, &c., Hull's block. Main,

Main Boucher

h Main Carter William

P.,

Main
J.

and shoe maker,

Chandler Linus L., manager at
Landsberg's, Main

South Bousquet Joseph, mason, John Bowker David, engineer S. E. E.,

Champagne

Baptiste, section E. R., Depot

man

S.

Depot

Champagne Frank,
Champagne Champagne

Boy 1 Mrs. Mary, widow James, South Brady John, agent Horatio Horskin, Bedford, Caroline
Brennan Thomas,
laborer,

Chamjiagne George,

laborer, North laborer, North Joseph, laborer, North Pierre, laborer, South

John

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
;

BREWER ALFRED, manulacturer

Christie David Urquhart, tailor. Main Church Lewis M., clerk with N. A. Mansfield, h Dunham road

CLEVELAND ARTHUR
tion agent

0-,

sta

South Eastern Railway, also agent United States and Canada Express Co., and Montreal Tel egraph Co., office Depot, h do Cleveland Cyrus, foreman at Freeport
mills, resides at

Buzzell E. (Buzzell Brothers), resides
at Montreal

Freeport

Clow Charles, teamster. South
.

Buzzell Nelson, clerk, (with Buzzell Brothers), Victoria square

Congregational church, Main, rev. B. W. Day, pastor

C0WAN8VILLE ADVERTISEMENTS.

45

Eastern Townships Bank.
HEAD
E.

OFFICE, SHERBROOKE, P.O.
WM. FAREWELL,
General Manager-

W. HENEKER,

President.

GOWANSyiLLE BRANCH.

General Banking.
Discount Daily.
Drafts granted on Montreal,

New York and

Boston.
sold.

American Currency and

Sterling

Exchange bought and

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
MAIN STREET.
.

J.

BELL,
COWANSVILLE,
P.Q.
)

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.

.

(Ex-Superintendent of Bridges, Central Vermont and Sullivan and Vermont

Valley Railroad

ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS
Estimates furnished for
all

of all kinds kinds of Buildings and Iron Roofs.

made.

Bills

of

Material

and

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.

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COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI

— COWANSVILLE.

COTTON CEDRIC
h Main
Cotton Charles
residence
£.,

L-,

M D-,

office

Main, opposite the old Court house,
M.D.,
office

Dent William, farmer, South Douglas Robert, farmer, Church

and

Downey Michael, laborer, John Dupras Joseph, mason and plasterer,
Freeport

Main
,

Cotton Karl C, dental student, Main Cowan Henry E timekeeper Freeport mills, resides Freeport

Dupras Theophile, mason and
terer.

plas-

Freeport

Duranleau Albert, clerk with Buzzell
Brothers, bds \'ictoria square

COWAN PERCIVAL

proprietor Freeport mills, manufacturer of all kinds of lumber, butter tubs, cheese boxes, »ap buckets, shingles, Dimension timber a specialty. &c. Office and residence Freeport, post
L-,
office

EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK,
Cowansville Branch, J. Mackinnon, mana<,rer, Main. See Adv page 45.

EASTERN TOWNSHIPS MUTUAL FIRE [NSURANCE CO-,
John Massie, jun., agent, office Main Ellison Edmond (.'., farmer, Freeport Ellison George, fiirm hand, Freeport HOTEL, B. Minckler, proprietor. First class house. Meala at all hours. Terms §1 per day, also livery equal to any in the county. Depot square, opposite Railroad station

address Cowansville.

See Adv

opposite

page

COWAN PETER,
Bedturd,

and

official

sheriff district of as.-ignee for

EXCHANGE

same. office Court house, Sweetsburg, h Albert Cowansville Academy, Main, Joseph
Riny;l;ind, principal

COWANSVILLE BRANCH

Eastern iownships Bank, J. .Mackinnon, manager. Main. See Adv P^9^ ^^

Farr Mrs. Susan, North
Farrell

Thomas, section man S.E.E.,

COWANSVILLE CIRCUIT, METHODIST CHURCH OF CANADA (Cowansville, Sweetsburg, East Earn ham, Fordj-ce's CorFarnham Glen and Freeport), rev. S. G. Phillips, superintendent,
ners,

Caroline Farwell F. G., clerk Eastern Townships bank, bds with J. P. Stinehour,

Main
Foster John, mason. South Foster Thomas, mason. South MILLS, Percival L. Cowan, proprietor. See Adv opppage Fuller Darwin, Church Fuller Moreau, butter and cheese
dealer.

h .Main

COWANSVILLE HOUSE,
A

FREEPORT
Jonas

Hooney, proprietor. Travellers will find this a fii-st-class house. Excellent sample rooms. superior livery
in

Church

connection with the hotel,

]\Iain

COWANSVILLE
(The),
proj)rietor,

OBSERVER
jun., editor

FYLES

Funall John, laborer, John REV. T. W., rector of Nel.sonville.

John Massie,

and

Main

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

Garbutt William, butcher, Main Getty Andrew, farmer. South GrLEASON H- E-postmaster and general merchant, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, glassware,
paints,
oils,
lS:c.

A

large

DODaSON BURTON

.

house R., 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

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

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COWANSVILLE ADVERTISEMENT.

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FRKEPORT MILLS,
Near Cowansville.

PERCIYAL
Butter
Tttbs,

L.

COWAN,
Shingles.

MANUFACTURER OF

Cheese Boxes

Sap Buckets and
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
for

Animal Power;
Running
all kinds

Suitable for Farmers

CHURNING, GRINDING, HAY CUTTING
available for

and other purposes.

HORSE POIVER
^S" The
Method.

of Machinery.
proprietor guarantees

One Horse Power

equal to

Two by

any other

INVESTIGATION SOLICITED.
POST OFFICE ADDRESS, COWANSVILLE,
P.Q.

48
Goyette
Grenier

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI
J.
B.,

—COWANSVILLE.

sexton Church of Ste

Rose de Lima, Albert
blacksmith and Frangois, horse shoer, Albert, h do Grenier Freeport Nelson, sawyer, mills, Fjeeport Griggs Calvin, mill hand, Freeport Griggs Forrest T., clerk S.E.E., bds with Arthur O. I leveland. Depot 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

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 dressmaker. 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.

GRIGOR RICHARD R

,

Samuel B., >outh Samuel A., carpenter and joiner, John Hart M. O, notary public, agent Missisquoi and Rouville Mutual Fire
Harris

LABONTE NOEL V. D., saddle
and workmanship, and

harness maker, also maker; all work in the above guaranteed first-class in style, material,
sold at prices to suit the times. Eei>airs skilfully, cheap!}' and promptly done, south

Church and bout and shoe

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

LANDSBERG

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,

end of the Bridge, h William Felix, laborer. North Lampman Al)ram. farmer, Freeport importer and J., dealer in fancy and staple dry goods, carpets, oil-cloths, ready-made clothing, fui"s, hats and caps, boots and

L'Amour

hdo
Hodges Benjamin
U., carriage and house painter, Albert, h do HoUaway William, gardener, Main 0- N-, wat( hmaker and jewel-

HULL
ler,

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 corner South, h do La Kochelle Geoige, laborer, South La llochelle Mrs. J., widow T., South Latour Charles, tailor, bds with Chas.

shoes, groceries, provisions, crockery, glassware, paints, oils, &c., also at Freliichsburcr, resides at Fre1 ighs burg. See A<lv outside front cover

dealer in watches, clocks, jeweller}*, plated ware, fancy goods, &c., Hull's block. Main, h .Main, Sweetsburg. See Adv page 49

Husband

William,

carpenter

and

joiner. Fi-eeport

JACKSON JOHN.
artist.

]>hotographic

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

Millotte.

Main

LAUDER

J., L.D.S.. D.D.S.. (late of the firm of Beers & Lauder. Monreal) 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^^^^
BEERS & LAUDER,

Dentisty
Montreal.

(Licentiate of Dental Surgery, Prov. of Quebec, Graduate of the Boston Dental College,)

Late of the firm of

Nearly opposite Trinity Church,

South Street,
{Successor to

----C.

Cowansville.

Dr.

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 reasonable support.
;

Montreal, May,

1871).

have great pleasure in recommending Dr. John Lauder, Dentist, to the confidence 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.

We

W. GEO. BEERS,
C.
J.

BRbWSTKR,
A. BAZIN,
Surgeon Dentists.

MAIN STREET,

-

-

-

COWANSVILLE,

P.Q.

WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER,
DEALEB
lU

"Watcbes, Clocks, Jewrellery, Plated Ware,
Watches^
Clocks.,

Fancy Goods, &c.
?iotice

and Jewellery repaired

at short

and warranted.

50

COTJNTT OP MISSISQUOr

— COWANSVILLE.
jun.,

Lavoie Narcisse, boot and shoe maker, bds with N. V. D. Labonte

MASSIE JOHN,

editor

and

LAWRENCE EDWIN
in staple

E., dealer

proprietor " The Cowansville Observer," book and job printer, and

and fancy dry goods, gents'

furnishings, read^'-mado clothing, hats and caps, boots and shoes, groceries, provisions, hardware, paints, oils, glass, wall paper, and general

agent Montreal Telegraph Co., Main, h South. See Adv opposite Observer, llie Coicansville, page 53

MASSIE JOHN,

merchandise, Main, h do

LEACH J. Lt,nianufacturer of cabinet
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 constant1}' on hand, Eiver, h do
; ;
;

sen.,deuler in school books, fancy goods and agent for Lazarus & Morris' celebrated perfected 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

Leavens Linus, clerk at H. E. Gleason's, bds River Mair David, Mayor of Cowansville, William

METHODIST CHURCH OF CANADA,
Main, M.A., pastor
rev.
S.

G.

Philips,

MACFARLANE WILLIAM

MILOTTE CHARLES,
.

H., agent for the Stanstead and Sherbrooke Mutual Fire Insurance Co., The Eoj-al Insui-ance Co. of Liverpool (fire branch), Canada Fire and Marine Insurance Co. of Hamilton, and the Sun Mutual Life and Accident Insurance Co. of Montreal, also professor of vocal and instrumental music, office and residence

(late of Montreal) custom tailor. A long experience in the business enables me to guarantee satisfaction. Customers 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

Main

MINCKLER
da}'.

Mackay Mrs. Mary, widow
Main

Charles,

proprieter ExB., change Hotel. First-class house. Meals at all hours. Terms $1 per

MACKINNON

J.,

manager Eastern

Townships Bank, Cowansville Branch, I'esides Bank building, Main. See Adv page 4 5

Also livery equal to any in the county. Depot square, opposite Bailroad station

Missisquoi and Rouville Mutual Fire Insurance Co., M. O. Hart, agent.

Macpherson John

A.,

Main

Main
Mojeau Louis^
laborer,

MANSFIELD

A., dealer in dry goods, groceries, provisions, crockery and glassware, boots and shoes, hats and caps, hardware, and the

N.

John

MONTREAL CHEAP CASH
STORE,
i*. Vineberg, dealer in bankrupt stocks, keeps always on

assortment usuallj' found in a firstclass 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

hand boots, shoes, groceries and ready-made clothing, and sells the same cheap foi- cash, opposite G. K.
Nesbitl's flouring mills

MONTREAL TELEGRAPH
Arthur (J. Cleveland, agent, South Eastern Railway Depot
JohnMassie,
jun., agent,

CO.,
office

MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO
Main

,

House

MONTREAL ADVERTISEMENT.

51

GODFROI CHAPLEAU
-MUjiiOD
Jif

i?!3^l':',J^

Burglar-Proof and Fire and Burglar-Proof Safes.
SILVER MED/\L
AT THE

FIRST PRIZE AT THE Provincial Exhibition

iiiiiia EXHIBITION,
PHILADELPHIA,

OF iev3, MONXKEA L.
FIRST PRIZE AT TUE Provincial Exhibition

1876.
FirHt Prize, Bronze

Of 1875, Ottawa.

Medal and Diploma, Provincial

Exlilbitlon, Quebec, 1877.

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

The Safes

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
WORKS

&

GRSENLEAF'S COMBINATION LOCES.

OFFICE, 320 ST. .LAWRENCE STREET,
:

Corner of Ontario and

St.

Charles Borromee Streets,

52

COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI
Archibald (W.

— COWANSVILLE.
S.

Morison South Morison Morison Morison

&

A. Morison),

PHILLIPS REV.
Main

G,

MA-,

pastor Methodist Church of Canada,

James

S.,

finisher,

South

John, spinner, South John S., finisher, South W. A. (William and Archibald Morison), woollen manufacturers. Blankets, flannels, fulled cloth, tweeds and stocking yarn made to order. All work warranted. Prices low, Eiver Morison William (W. & A. Morison), Caroline Mullin John (Smyth & Mullin), resides

Potvin B., laborer, Church Potvin Michel, laborer, Freeport

MORISON

&

POST OFFICE,
River

H. E. Gleason, postmaster, Main corner South Prevey Alexander A., miller, bds

QUACKENBOSS WILLIAM,
&c.
;

gen-

eral grocer, dealer in flour, salt, coal, iron, hardware, crockery, glassware,

farmers'
at

produce
the

taken

in

exchange

highest

market

at

Gran by

Mullin John J., clerk at Smyth & Mullin's, bds at Cowansville House

MUNICIPALITY OF THE VILLAGE OF COWANSVILLE,
William Stevenson, secretary-treasurer, ofiice William
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

value. South, h do Rennie Charles, clerk, bds with Wra. Quackenboss. South Reynolds Willard, farm laborer,Albert Ringland Joseph, principal Cowansville

Academy, Church
N., teller

Robinson E.
ships

NESBITT

bank,

bds

at

Eastern TownCowansville

House, Main

ROONEY JONAS,
A

proprietor Cow-

ansville House. Travellers will find this a first-class house. Excellent sample rooms. superior livery in

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,

connection with the hotel, Main Ross J. Albert, carpenter and joiner, Freeport Ross Robert, farmer. North

ROYAL INSURANCE
LIVERPOOL

CO.

OF

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

(The), William H. Macfarlane, agent fire branch, Main Ruiter Jacob James, farmer, Freeport JAMES, farmer, bailiff Superior Court, District of Bedford, oflice and residence Main Ruiter Miss Louisa, teacher School > district No. 2, village of Cowans-

RUITER

ville,

^lain

Parsonage John D., clerk. Church Parsonage Mrs. John, teacher school district No. 1, village of Cowansville, Church Parsons L. C, bread, cake and cracker
baker, South,
bds at Cowansville

Ruiter Nelson, farmer. River Ruiter Phillip, farmer, Freeport Russell Francis, mill hand. Freo|)ort

SCHOOL
village

COMMISSIONERS,

of Cowansville, William Stevenson, secretary-treasurer, olfice

William
School District No. 1, village of Cowansville, Mi's. John Parsonage,
teacher, South

house

Pharaoh Charles, Main Pharaoh John, butcher and farmer, Main Pharaoh John A., cattle and sheep dealer, Main

School District No. 2, village of Cowansville, Miss Louisa Ruiter,
teacher,

Main

COWANSVILLE ADVERTISEMENT.

53

ESTABLISHED
THE.

1870.

mmm^mlU mhMtmt
IS

PUBLISHED

Every

THURSDAY,
AT
$1

at

Cowansville

P.Q.,

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 j^P'We invite enquiry into the

of Missisquoi

and Brome.

truth of this Statement.

JFOB

PEINTINa

of every
DO.N'E

DESCEIPTION

AT

THE OBSERVER PRINTING HOUSE,
IN

THE
on the

Best

STYLE,

at Moderate

PEICES and

SHORTEST POSSIBL'^ NOTICE.

^^"Special attention paid to Fine Printing.

;

54

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI

— COWANSVILLE.

Scott Albert P., drug clerk, Shufelt David A., Main
er.

Main

SILVAINT AUGUSTUS, hairdressEverything appertaining to business done in good style, between the Cowansville House and the American Hotel, Main
the

Stevenson W. A., carriage maker, William Stinehour John P., produce dealer,

Main
Stinehour Mrs. Charlotte A. M., widow

John
St

P.,

Main
J.,

Pierre

hostler,

Cowansville

Sloggett

Charles

B.,

cabinetmaker,

house

Main

CIDENT INSURANCE CO. OF manufacMONTREAL, William H. Mactnrer and dealer in all kinds of parfarlane, agent. Main lor, dining room, library, and bedroom furniture, of which he has. Taylor Job W., clerk at J. Landsberg's, h Victoria square always in stock one of the largest and best assortments in this section Taylor Kobert, printer, bds South COWANSVILLE Bof country, while the prices are SERVER- J<ihn Massie, jun., editor reduced to the lowest figure to suit and proprietor. Main. See Ado the times also undertaking in all oj^poHte Observer, The Cowansits branches. Main, h do ville page 53 Smith Clark M., section foreman S. E. Thomson Mrs. Christina, widow WilR., bds at Exchange Hotel, Depot

SUN MUTUAL LIFE AND

AC-

SLOGGETT THOMAS,

THE

;

SMYTH

& MULLIN

(Joseph

liam. Caroline

Smyth and John

Mullin), bankrupt

TRINITY CHURCH,
-t

stock traders, general dry goods merchants, also dealers in read}' made clothing, boots and shoes, teas and tobaccos, Main and Main,

South, rev. T. Fyles, rector Turner Edward H., baker. South

W.

Gran by

Turner Hamilton, sexton Trinity church Turner James T., carpenter and
joiner,

Smyth Joseph (Smyth &
at

Mullin), bds

South

Cowansville House, Main

SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY, UNITED STATES AND CANArthur 0. Cleveland, station agent ADA EXPRESS CO., \rthurO. STANSTEAD AND S H E RCleveland, agent, office South EasBROOKE MUTUAL FIRE INtern Kailwa}' Depot SURANCE CO., William H, Mac- Viens Damase, saddle and harness
farlane, agent, Main Steel Charles, section

Turner Miss South

Jane

A.,

.

dressmaker,

man

S.

E. R.,

8outh
Steel Mrs. Mary liam, South

VINEBERGL.,

Ann, widow John Wilcarpenter

Stevens

William,

and

maker, bds with N. V". D. Labont^ 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,

joiner, Jlain, h

do

Stevenson the Misses (Miss Eliza and Miss Mary Ann), dressmakers, Main

opposite G. K. Nesbitt's flouring mills, h do Wallace Mrs., widow, Depot

STEVENSON WILLIAM,

score-

Watson James,

i-etired,

Caroline

tary-trcasurer municij)ality of Cowansville village and of school

Webb

Calvin, plasterer, Fr>-^ep rt

commissioners, also bailitf Superior Court district of Bedford, office and residence William

Whitney
River

Whitne}^ George, printer, Kiver .Mrs. Sarah, widow William,

Woods John,

stonecutter, South

MONTREAL ADVERTISEMENT.

55

S. R.

PARSONS

FURNITURE
IN

ALL THEIR VARIETIES FOE

AND

El E3 ID
Stviles and
437

I=t

O C5 IU[,

OF THE MOST MODEHN

Best Material,
St Helen
Street,

&

439

Notre Dame Street
MONTREAL.

Opposite

66

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI

—DUNHAM.

DUNHAM.
In 1796 the township of
osity to

a curiMrs. C. M. Day's " History of the Eastern Townships," where it is further state 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 district 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 Andrew Ten Eyck was one of 1st of January, 1867, it was incorporated. 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 Petersham, 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 Many of these names are yet familiar among the present popusettlers. 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 excellent 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,surrounded 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 building 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 accommodate 80 boarders. The necessity for an institution devoted to the higher education of women having 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 clergymen, with Archdeacon Lindsay as chairman, was appointed to enquire into the possibilitj' of realizing the wishes of the public. After much discussion, 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,

three associates, whose

Dunham was granted to Thomas Dann and names may be found by any one who has
were
in
i

thirty-

know who

the}'

'

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' A building committee was formed, which decided to wait until College. 85,0UU could be raised to build the College, and at least the same sum as Kev. Canon Henderson, of Montreal, then Koctorof an endowment fund 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, immediately 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 Corporation 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 University, and its course of study covers the second year of a University There are four terms of ten weeks each, and the tuition of the course. 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. 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 established about fitly years ago bj' Mr. Orrin Dunning, by whom it was very jff^ 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 present 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 improved 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. Special 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 In addition to the above, Mr. Stevens' pond, about three miles east. 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 £

From

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 StanMails twice a bridge Station, on the Central Vermont Euilway, 11 miles. Population about 500. day. The names in ca])ital letters are those of advertisers and subscribers. advertisement; bds, boards, do, same place or same Abreviations used, Adv street, h house. Street is understood example post office, Main, means Main street. jVofe ;
;

;

All Saints
land),

Church (Church of EngMain
J.

BROWNE CHARLES L-, manager
C. Southwell, manufacturer kinds of tin, copper and galvanized iron ware, dealer in stoves, tin and granite ware. Main, h do. See Adv opposite page

for

H.

AMERICAN HOUSE,
Main Baker Charles Baker Charles

H

proprietor. First class house in The new stables and department. sheds are equal to any in the county,
E.,
S.,

Park, every

of

all

Browne
former, Main

C

S

,

retired.

Main

Brj-an David, laborer, Chapel Corner

former
,

CABANA

BAKER GEORGE D

postmaster, secretary -treasurer municipal council 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., See Adv office and residence Main.
opposite

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, promptly, in the best manner. Collars of all sorts, a specialty. Main, resides Chapel Corner Church H. A., general merchant, Main,
;

page
agent,

hdo
Church H. H., clerk, Main Church of the Holy Cross, rev. Joseph
Beaudrj', parish priest

Baker Joseph, sen., farmer Baker Joseph S., insurance

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

Clement Alvin H., farmer Clement Art, farmer, Main Clement Nelson C, agent Montreal Telegraph Co., Main Coatsworth Charles, farmer

COMMISSIONERS

COURT,

road Beuoit Jean Baptiste, farmer Benoit John, tarmer, Main Benoit Treffle, carpenter. Main

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 Corner

Cummings

David,

mill

owner and

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

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,
MAyUFACTCRER OF ALL KINDS OF

DUNHMi/l.
CalTanu^G^ Iron
DEALER IX

TxE,

Copper

ajttS;

Wara

Pumps,

^^^^^^^^
done

WARE.
country in
first-

TIN ADiD GRANITE WARE, &C.
S@°- Roofing and Eave-Troughing class style at lowest rates.
in all parts of the

REPAIRING PRO.TIPTLY ATTENDED

TO.

FOSTMASTER,
SECRETARY-TRKASFRER ITirNICIPJ L COT NCIIi, TOTTNSHIP of DUNHAM 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,
S.

-

-

-

-

I>iiiiliain.,

ORRIN
SOLE,.

DUNNLNG,
MANUFACTURER OF

Proprietor,

UPPER, HARNESS and CALF SKIN LEATHER.
Farmers' Custom work. Hides tanned on shares, and

Special attention given to satisfaction guaranteed.

60

COUNTY OF MI8SISQU0I
Anson,
laborer,

—DUNHA3I.
tailor,

Domingue
Corner

Chapel

Godin Leandre, custom

Main

DOMiNGUE HENRY
at

boot and shoe maker. low prices and prompt execution of all orders guaranteed; repairs done
the

-Graham Miss Beatrice D., governess The Dunham Ladies College M-, custom Good work, GRENIER SAMUEL, carriagethe best

lowest

prices in

manner; your custom

solicited

maker, cabinet maker, coffin maker, carpenter, &c. Carriage work of all kinds done to order, also cabinet makers' and carpenters' work. Coffins
in

Domingue Joseph, boot and shoe maker Domingue Joseph, carpenter

and caskets,
walnut,

all sizes

and

prices,,

mahogany,

butternut,

Dunham Graded

;^cbool,

Main, John

J.

brown ash, pine, &c., a sj^ecialty. Coffins oi'all kinds kept in slock.
tirst class

A

'^

hearse (just built) for hire at lowest charges. Main, h do LADIES Griffith Miss Dora Brantford, govern(Tiie;, iMrs. W. D. Uakley, lady prin~ ess The Dunham Ladies College cipal. See Adv inside front cover dealer iV. .staS-, manufacple and fancy dry goods o! all kinds, turer of sole, upper, harness and calf groceries, provisions, crockery, skin leather, 31ain, h do. See Adv glass vvare, boots and shoes, hats and page 59 Jiarge assortment and caps, &c. MUlowest prices for cash CO., ijlRE iNoU Hall dwin, farmer JS. (J. Lewis, agent, Minn Hebert Charles, tinsmith, Main in T-, dealer Hebert Jo>eph, laborer. Main fancy and staple dry goods, grocerHill Arthui- D., farmer and miller ies, provisions, crockery, glassware, boots and shoes, hats and caps, &c.,in FIRE •which a fully assorted stock is kept CO. OF MONTand sold at lowest prices. Also dealREAL, N. (J. Lewis, agent, Main Hope Mrs. Abigail, widow James, Main er in lumber and shingles, Main, h Hope William, painter. Chapel Corner do Jassmain Toui>sant, laborer, Chapel Finiey Miss Sarah J., Main Coi'iier Galer Jacob N. Johnston Thomas A., blacksmith, Galer Mrs. Parmelia, widow E.. L. Chapel Corner Garrick Joseph, farmer REV. JOSHUA, colporteur Jones Miss L. G., governess The Dunham Ladies' College Montreal Auxiliary litble bociety, Jones VV^illiam, blacksmith and horse depository lor bibles, hymn books, shoer, Main, h do book of common prayer, reward
Procter, prujcipal

DUNHAM

COLLEGE

DUNNING ORHIN

GUILLEPDAMASE,

EAaTEEN TUAL

TOWNSHIPS RANGE

i-

ENGLAND JOHN

HOCHELAGA MUTUAL INSURANCE

GEAR

'

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

-Mrs. Sarah, widow Galloway L.King Basile, hirmer Labobard Frank, blacksmith and horse
]

Kemp

do

GIBSON

J. B., MD., JP., mayor of l»unharn village, and warden of the County of Missisquoi, office and resi-

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.

,

dence Main

Croix

GIBSON W. B.,

M.D.,

office

and

resi-

Laundry
Laval lee

Charles, laborer,

Uence Main Gilbert John, farmer Goliand Mrs. Levina, widow Joseph,

Fraugois

Main (Frank Quebec),

farm laborer

Main

Lee Harvey S., Main Lee Mrs. E., widow John, Main

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI
Lefebvre Antoine, sexton R.C. church l.ailiff Superior ('om-l District of Bedford. Notes and accounts collected, and returns prompt!}' made,office Main, at Township Secretary-treasui-er's
sides at
office, re-

— DUNHAM.
D-

61

LEWIS HERBERTH-

OAKLEY MRS. WOAKLEY W.
PAGNELLO

lady prin-

,

cipal The Dunham Ladies' College. See Aflo ijw'fle front cover

Chapel Corner Lewis Miss, second assistant teacher Dunham Graded School Lewis Mrs. E. A., widow H. T., Chapel Corner

LEWIS
also

N.

0-,

secret arv-treasurer

Municipality township of J)unham,
aii;ent

PARK

for

Hochelaoa Mutual

Fire Insurance Co. of .Montreal. Eastern Townships Mutual Fire Insurance Co., and Travellers Lite and Accident Insurance Co. of Hartford, office Main, resides at Chapel Corner

teacher of "D.. science and literature The Dunham Ladies' Colleije 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 J- H- proprietor American House. First-class in every department. The new stables and sheds are equal to any in the county. Main PhcBnix House, Hiram Seeley, proprietor, livery attached, Main

MD-

Lon^eway Brij^gs A., f:armer Longeway George R., farmer

POST OFFICE,
Chapel

Mann
turer

G.

F.,

cabinetmaker,
cheese

Pigeon Joseph, butclier Main, George D. Balcer. postmaster Premeau Thomas, harnessmaker, Main
Procter John J., principal Dunham Graded School Rice Miss M. L., music teacher The

Corner Martin Benjamin,

+

manufac-

McElroy John, stonemason and farmer McRae John, farmer, Main
Messier Francois X., shoemaker, bds with Jose])h Lamotlie, Main

Dunham
Collecre

Ladies' College, resides at

-^

ROBERTSON D- D, manufacturer of
furniture orders for all descriptions of furniture executed on short notice, in the best and most workmanlike manner, and at prices to suit the times. Repairing promptly, cheaply
;

METHODIST CHURCH OF CANADAi
Main, rev.

William

Scott,

pastor Millotte Frank, Main Millotte Louis (L. & K Millotte), Main Millotte L. & R. (Louis and Remi .Millotte), 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 companjtakes the lead. George D. Baker, vice president, agent for Dunham, office Main. See Adv page 59
Montreal Telegraph Co., Clement, agent, Main

and thoroughly done Robinson John, tinsmith Robinson Joseph Roystan .MissE. A., milliner and di-essmaker, Main Savage Fred. E., bds at American House, Main

SCHOOL
Township
Baker,

COMMISSIONERS,
of Dunham, George D.
office.

secretary-treasurer,

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

Nelson C.

MUNICIPALITY DUNHAM VILLAG-E, George
treasurer, office
D. Baker, secretary-

Main

MUNICIPALITY TOWNSHIP OF DUNHAM, N. 0. Lewis, secretary-treasurer, office

Main

62

COTJNTT OF MISSISQirOI

—DUNHAM—EAST DUNHAM.
TRAVELLERS LIFE AND ACCIDENT 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 N. L., sash, door and blind factory and planing mill, manufacturer of sash, doors, blinds, mouldings, and all kinds of builders' material. 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

Small James, farmer SMITH A., custom tailor; gentlemen.s', youths' and boys' clothing

made

to order

in

first-class stjie,
;

promptly, and at lowest prices cutting done on the shortest notice, at moderate rates satisfaction guaranteed, Main, h do Soule Chas. E., farmer. Chapel Corner Soule Silas, farmer. Chapel Corner
;

SOUTHWELL

H. C, Charles L.

Browne, manager, manufacturer of and galall kinds of tin, copper,
vanized iron ware, dealer in stoves, tin and granite »vare, &c., Main, h do. See Adv page 59
Staniland Miss Luc3', Main

STEPHEN CHARLES
contractor,

A-, builder,

carpenter and joiner. Orders solicited ; contracts taken on the closest estimates, Scotch Hill Stephen Mrs. Margaret, widow William,

WHITCOMB

Main
ofl&ce

Stevens

A. D., M.D., dence. Main Stevens Levi, farmer

and

resi-

Stevens Mrs. Mary, widow Levi, Main
Sj'kes Samuel, farmer Tessier Napoleon, blacksmith,

bds

Main Townsend

J.

Norton, carpenter

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-

The

tant from Bedford, the chef-lieu, 13 miles Abbott's Corner, 6 miles ; Cowansville, 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 Sweetsburg, 7 miles; and Farnham, 20 miles. Mails, tri-weekly. 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
Barber

—EAST

DUNHAM

—EAST

FARNHA3I,

63

Eolland L., blacksmith and horseshoer Bates Allen, laborer Beardhley Albert G., carriagemaker Blake John, farmer Branch H. N., retired Call Kdoai-, 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 shortest notice, well and cheaply Martcl Hector, musician

CANADA METHODIST CHUECH,
rev.

A.

31.

Delong (West Brome),

pastor

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 & Perkins)

Clark Peter, laborer Clark Prescutt, laborer

Cunningham

Charles,

District School

No.

21,

saw mill owner Township of

Dunham, Miss C. C. Parsons, teacher Frechette Joseph, laborer Gleason Aylmer, farmer Gleason Ebenezer Valentine, M.D., insurance agent, school commissioner and farmer

Perkins William, carpenter and joiner

POST OFFICE,

Orlin

Wales, post-

Gleason Gleason Gleason Gleason

Horace, farmer James Orrin, former Mrs. James Orrin, dressmaker Willard, farmer Harvey Charles, farmer Harvey Jonathan, farmer

master Eeed Sidney M., carpenter and joiner Selby & Wales (Thomas Selby and Charles Hannibal Wales), steam

saw
of

mill

Selby Joseph, farmer, mayor township

Dunham

Harvey Kussel, shoemaker Hazard Thomas, laborer
Ingalls Charles

(D.

&

C.

Ingalls),

farmer Ingalls David
Ingalls

Thomas (Selby & Wales) Townsend M., carpenter and farmer Vance William B., blacksmith Wales & Perkins (Charles Nelson Wales & Alloway W. Perkins), nurSelby

(1).

&C.

Ingalls),

farmer

D.

&

C.

(David

&

Charles,

Ingalls), tinsmiths, &c. Ingalls Milo, farmer and organ agent

serymen and graftsmen Wales Charles Hannibal (Selby & Wales) Wales Charles Nelson (Wales & Perkins)

Kimball Hiram T., farmer Kimball James B., general store Kimball James I., farmer Kerley William, J.P., farmer

WALES

Mandigo William, laborer

ORLIN, postmaster, agent Kouville Mutual Missisquoi and 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 manufacturing 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
Eastern Eailwaj,

—EAST

PARNHAM.

"from Knowlton, the 1 mile; from Cowansville, 3 miles County chef-lieu, 12 miles; from Gran by, 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.
;

;

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

Allen George

Caverly John, mechanic Chadsey Edgar G., Adventist minister Collins Azro D., farmer Collins Martin Luther, farmer Domingue Solyme, mason Domingue William, shoemaker

BANFILL & VILAS
iron and
steel

(Joel

Banfill

and W. F. Vilas), manufacturers of
plows,
cultivators,
to

EAST FARNHAM SASH, DOOE AND BLIND FACTORY, Cortez
Buck, proprietor
Ellison Jacob, proprietor
'

horse hoes, and

otlier agricultural

Maple Grove

implements.

Ban till

order. Joel (Bantill

Job casting done See Adv page 12

&

Vilas)

Barnes Joseph, blacksmith Barton Daniel, farmer Baxter William E., painter

Ann P., milliner and dressmaker Bourne ^Milton, mechanic Boyd William H., farmer Brimmer David, farmer and municipal
Billings Mrs.

cheese factory Fordyce £dwai*d A., farmer Fordyce Willard, farmer Foss Lsaac, carriagemaker, secretarytreasurer school commissioners, and agent Missisquoi and Rouville Insurance Co. Fuller Charles C, farmer Fuller Peter, farmer
Gil man
S. E.

councillor

Brimmer John J., farmer Brimmer Levi, farmer

Baxter B., section foreman Railway Gleason Hiram, farmer and lumber
dealer

BUCK CORTEZ,
Farnham
sash,

proprietor East 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, lumber, at
filled

the very lowest prices. Orders on the shortest notice, and

Buck

satisfaction guaranteetl. C\yrus, proprietor

of

Buck's

cheese factory Buck Jewett A. (L. Buck

& Son)
J.

Buck Lyman,

J.P. (L.

Buck & Son)
A.

BUCK L-, & SON (Lyman and
groceries,

Buck) general merchants, dealers in dry goods, ready-made clothing, boots and shoes, tats and caps,
pi-ovisions, crockery, glassware, hardware, paints, oil, wall-paper, &c. Bull Aaron, farmer, chairman of School

Commissioners
Carter Ed ley, fixrmer Carter Henry, farmer Carter Timothy, farmer

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. Hutchins), postmaster Hutchins Rollin F. (R. & R. F. Hutchins), agent Montreal Telegraph Co.
,

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI— EAST PARXHAJI

—FARNDON.

65

HUTCHINS
and Eollin

R. F- (Rodney Hutchins), general merchants, dealers in drj" goods, ready-made clothing, boots and

R.

&

F.

Martel Ferdinand, painter McCrae Mrs. Electa, milliner and dress-

maker
Messier Frangois, laborer Messier Henry, mechanic Messier Joseph, blucksmith and livery stable keeper CO., Rnllin F. Hutchins, agent Murphy John, farmer

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 Municipal Council Jewell M. B. & H., Moses Beech and
Jewell, dealers in mowers and all kinds of agricultural machines and inipleraents Kathan Barton, farmer

MONTREAL TELEGRAPH
Munn James, cabinetmaker
Persons Joseph, farmer Persons Steplien. fai-mer

Henry

POST OFFICE,

and

reapei's

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

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 minister

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.
Truax George A., farmer Truax Harlow, farmer Truax Jj. Andrew, farmer Truax 3Irs. George, widow

Thompson George Thompson Kobert, farmer Thompson William
Truax Adolphus, postmaster Truax Elias, farmer

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 exceptional to the ordinarj' rate of increase by which a settlement first becomes a hamlet, then a village, afterward a town, and finally a city. Before this place attains the latter dignity, one more step on the gradually ascending 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 substantial 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 Kersey 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 smoothing 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 picking 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 addition to the custom carding and spinning branch of the business. Fifteen hands are generally employed.
-i

,

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 extensive 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 manufacturing concerns in the town might be inserted. All requisite business particulars are, however, given in reference to them in the following alphabetical 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 This hotel is well and favorably the proprietor for the past six years. 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 direction 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 decorations, 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 mentioned, 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.
in

The one building
would expect

Farnham which

to find in a

led railroad facilities is 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 of the 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

hardly up to the standard of what one importance and almost unequalthe market. No doubt at some future day the preis

town of

its size,

stopping here.
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.

Terms of the Commissioners Court and

COUNTY OP MlSSISQUOI
Abbreviations used:
street
treal,
S. S.
;

—FARNHAM.
; ;

— Adv. advertisement;
;

h,

house

C. V. K., Central
St.

LakeChamplain and

bds, boai-ds do, same place or same Vermont Eailwaj^ L. C. & St. L. J. R, Lawrence Junction Railway; M. P. & B. R., Mon-

Note.

&

Portland and Boston Eailwaj-; S. E. H., South Eastern Railway; C. E., Stanstead, Sheftord and Chambly Railway. 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

by monthly payments, or large discount for cash also agent for pianos, organs, &c office and residence at Cleophas Deslauriers,
sale easy
;

,

Paul
L. N. Collier,

Main
Bai'wick Mrs. Emily, Victoria Beaupre Joseph, tailor,

AMERICAN HOUSE,

widow James,
St.

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

Peter

BELANGER J0S3PH,
dry

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

dealer in 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
;

exchange at full market value. Main, h do Bell rev. Thomas, pastor Methodist Church of Canada, Main
in

produce taken

Belleisle Louis, laborer

Custom work and repairing promptly atat lowest wholesale rates.
to, and done in the best style at lowest prices. Main, h do Arsenault J, Bte., spinner, St Alfred

tended

Benjamin Benjamin, laborer, Main Benjamin Mrs. Julia, widow, Main Benoit Joseph, shoemaker, Main Benoit jjouis, mason, Main Berard T., carpenter, St Joseph

BERIAU PIERRE,

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, market, Main, h Meigs Barbeau Joseph, retired. Main Barbeau Francois, section man C. V.R., St Joseph
Barnab<3 Mrs.
M.,

notary, clerk of the Circuit, District Magistrates anil Commissioners Courts, and commissioner Superior Court, office Town hall. Main, h Main Berube Jean Baptiste, laborer. Main Bessette Guillaume, mill sawyer, St

Peter

BESSETTE
made

J. B., custom tailor.' Every description of custom work
to order in the most thorough, manner, and on the shortest notice

widow

Louis,

St

Edouard Barnes Barnabas N., bleacher, Main Barnes Mrs. E., widow Barney, St.
Peter

BARRIERE SOLYME,
E.

agent for 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

at lowest prices. A perfect tit guaranteed. Cutting done and, warrantedto fit if properly made up, Main, opposite the Town hall, h Main butcher, Bessette Michel, market, Main, h St Peter Bessette Pierre, carpenter, St Edouard Biscornet lEypolite, barkeeper, Farnham Hotel, Main Bishop Joseph, laborer, St Andre Bissaillon Moise, farmer, St Gregoire


COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI
Bissonnette Edouard, harness maker,
St Joseph

FARNHAM.
Mrs.
J.,

69

Bieault

widow

J.

Bte.,

Yamaska
Bicault William, mason, Jacques Cartier

Bissonnette Louis, laborer, St Peter

Bhinchard Josei)h, St Peter Blanchard Israel, St Peter

Brennan

Patrick,

baggage

master

BLANCHET JEAN BAPTISTE,
and >h^n^^ iron workoi-, ])luinl»er, galvanized iron and slate roofer. All orders in the above well, cdieaply
tin
tin,

C. V. R., St Patrick

Brosseau Alfred, shoemaker, St Louis Brosseau Miss, washerwoman. Main
Broiiillette Jacques, engineer, St Louis

and

pioinpll}' done.

Crevier'.s well

known

hot air furnaces adapted to private and public buildings furnished and put up, tlealer in tinware

Brouillette Cartier

Joseph,

laborer,

Jacques

Brunelle Cleophas, shoemaker. Main Brunelle Louis, laborer, Jacques Cartier

stoves, ])ipes, Ac, Main, h do Bleu Antoine, laborer, St V'iiicent
JBlen Francois, laborer, St Loui.s

Buck

llichard,

bailiflf

Superior Court,

district of lied lord.

Depot

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

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.

BoiviN CHARLES, dealer in

OF H.iMILLeclair,

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

Curtis P. Taber, agent. Main, opposite the Court house

TON,
Canada

hotel,

Charles

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

Bourque Abram, laborer, .Main Bourque Antoine, saw and grist
Main, h do

mill,

Charbonneau Pierre, laborer, St Andre Charron Levi, section foreman M. P. & B. E., Main
Chartier Camille,shoemaker,

Bourque

Olivier, carpenter and joiner, Centre Farnham road

Yamaska
All

CHARTIER

J.

BTE., mason.

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, Bragg Cyrus, manager at
woollen mill. Main

St Paul Stark's

Bragg James,

carder,

Main

Breault J. Bte., laborer, St Louis Breault Vital, laborer, St Louis

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.
St.

CHOQTJETTE
in
beef,

J. E-, butcher, dealer mutton, lamb, fresh and salt pork, hams, sausages, lard fresh fish, turkej's, geese, ducks,
veal,

Croteau Joseph, sexton Church of
Rorauald, Yamaska D'Aitois Alexis, Y^amaska Davignon Joseph, retii-ed,

Yamaska

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

Davignon Medard, clerk, Y'amaska Demers Augustin, butcher, 3Liin,hdo Demers Charles, trader, St Joseph

DEMERS FRANCOIS X.,
graph

.jun., sta-

tion agent South Eastern Railway, JMontreal, Portland and Boston

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, Avith E. Martel, Main

Railway, and agent Montreal TeleCo., Victoria corner St Edouard, h St Paul Demei-s Frangois X., sen., foreman, St Paul Demers J. Bte., butcher, market. Main, h St Andre

bds

Demers

COLLEGE

HAM

OF WEST FARN1875),

(founded

presided

over by the priests of the order of the Holy Cross, rev. G. A. Dion, C. S. C, Superior COLLIER L- N-, proprietor American House. First class house in all
respects.

P. Eraelien, telegraph operator 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

Large samjjle rooms for

Gardien road Dexter Vital, laborer, Meigs

commercialtravellers. Good livery attached, Main corner Meigs Collin Bruno, laborer, St Joseph Commeau Louis, laborer, St Antoine CommeauU. J., professor preparatory French course, College of

DION REV

G. A., CSC-, superior College of West Farnham Dissentient School, Main, Mrs. Samuel A. \"ance, teacher

DISTRICT
COURT,
Gai'dien road

MAGISTRATES'
L'Ange

West Farnham

Pierre Beriau, clerk, office

COMMISSIONERS' COURT,Pierre
Beriau, clerk, office Town hall, Main Convent of the Sisters of the Presentation of Mary, sister of the Holy Ghost, directress, Yamaska

Town hall, Main Doherty Cornelius, farmer,

DOMINION FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO., OF HAMILTON, Curtis P. Taber, agent, Main, opposite the Court house Dominion Mutual Benefit and Provident Association of Montreal, J. Benjamin Nadeau, agent, Depot Donahue Edward (W, & E. Donahue), postmaster, Main

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
Farnham House, Main

DONAHUE W. & Em
L., M.D.,

Edward
ries,

phybician and surgeon. Main nearly opposite the Post office, bds at West

(William and Donahue) general merchants, dealei's in dry goods, groce-

Courtemanche Abraham, St Edouard Courtemanche Edouard, carpenter, St
Patrick

provisions, crockery, glassware, boots and shoes, hats and caps, hardware, paints, oils, glass, wall-paper, and the full assortment of goods usually found in a fii-strclass general
store,

Courtemanche Paul,

laborer, St

Bruno

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

Sim<5on Noiseux, seei-etary-treasurer, office Main Favreau Henri, laborer Fonrouge Pieri'e, laborer, Jacques Carlier FORG-ET A-. advocate. Main, opposite the West Farnham House

FARNHAM TOWN,

Forgue

Ilubei't, laborer,

Meigs
car-

Forticr Godfioi, laborer, Main Fortier Joseph, waggon maker,

Elizabeth, St Paul Dubois Mrs. Frangois, widow, Eailway track near Depot

penter and joiner. Main, h do
Fortier M., tanner, Main

Dufresne Benjamin, cultivator, Yamask a

Fournier Albert, miller, Meigs Fournier E., miller, Meigs Fournier Isaac, farmer, L'Ange Gardien i-oad

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 Gregoire Duhamel Frangois, St Louis Dumaine Joseph, laborer, St JiOuis

FOURNIER NARCISSE,
Grey Nunnery

miller

at Daniel B. Meigs' mill, 3Ieigs

Free School for Boys Irom 5 to 10 years, under the care of the Sisters
of the

Free >chool for Girls fiora 5 to 10 years, under the care of the Sisters
of the Presentation of

Maiy

Dupuis Adol])he,

Uiborer,

Main

EASTERN TOWNSHIPS MUTU AL i?IRE INSURANCE CO.,
Curtis P. Taber, agent. Main, opposite the Court house Edwards Walter S., clerk with J. W. & G. E. Loud, bds with G. E. Loud,

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

Main

ELDER PETER, general

blacksmith and horseshoer, manufacturer of the iron Scotch harrow, guaranteed superior to an}' other make, also cultivators, ii'on and steel plows, of the most approved construction. The above constantlj' on hand. All orders filled on the shortest notice. Prices low to suit the tines, Depot, h do

Gilwee Mrs. Margaret, widow John,
Victoria

Gingras
Hilaire

Abraham,

cultivateur,

St

Girard Amable, retired, St Bruno Girard Francois, farmer, St Bruno Girard J. Bte., carpenter and farmer, St Gregoire Giroux Avelyan, farmer, L'Ange Gardie n road

Elmes &

Bro. (George and William Elmes), sash, door and blind factory
;

Giroux Louis, cultivateur, Yamaska Giroux Mrs. A., widow, L'Ange Gardien road Gii'oux Solomon, laborer.

also furniture,

Yamaska

Elmes Geoi'ge (Elmes & Bro.), Y"amaska Elmes William (Elmes & Bro.), Yamaska
Fairfield Mrs. M.,

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

widow, St Joseph

FARNHAM HOTEL,

A. Tarte, proprietor; first-class house, 81.00 per day. Meals at all hours conveyance to and from the cars free, Main Farnham Market, Main
;

72

COCNTT OP MISSISQUOI
eultivateui*,

—FARNHAM.
foreman

Harbac Damase,

Main

Kavanagh

Harve}' C4eorge Calvin, night watch-

John, section C.V.E.. St Patrick

man S.E.K., Main flebert Jo.seph, laborer, St Peter Hubert Ludgor, hairdresser. Main, h
do Hebert Liidger, laborer, Jacques Cartier

KINEHAN BROS.

Hebert Hebert Hebert Hubert
tier

Ludger, machinist, St Joseph Moise, laborer, St Louis Olivier, liverj, Depot Paschal, laborer, Jacques Car-

(William and Waller A. Kinehan), watchmakers, jewellers and photogi-apliers. A full assortment of watches, clocks and jeweller^' constantly on hand. Repair>i promptly ami skilfull}- executed. Portraits taken, and all the latest improvements introduced, Main Kineliau Walter A. (Kinehan Bros.),

Antoine, carpenter and joiner, St Charles Henrichon Henri, laborer, St Paul

Henrichon

Main Kinehan William Main

(Kinehan

Bros.),

Lacoste Louis, blacksmith, St Paul Lagac^ Joseph, carpenter and joiner,

HENRICHON JOSEPH
done

{late of Springtield, Mass.), tirst class hair dressing rooms. Shaving, hair dressing, shampooing, hair dyeing, iScc, in

Main Lake Champlain and St Lawrence
.1

unction Kailwaj"
E.louai-d, laborer.
D.. laborer.

the best
call

American

styles.

Lamarre Lamarre

Main

Main

Please
again,

once and 3'ou will call Main, opposite West FarnL.,

ham House Hibbard William
Central

agent agent Montreal Telegraph Co., and United States and Canada Express Co., office head of Depot, h 31ain
station

Vermont

itailwaj',

Hogue

Louis, laborer. Visitation

Hospice Ste Elizabeth, under the direction of the Sisters of Uharity, Sister Dube, directress, St Paul Hotel du t'epot, Hubert Nadeau, proprietor, St Peier

JASMIN
tion

J. BTE., bailiff Superior Court, and auctioneer for the district of Bedford, also collector. Aucin French sales conducted and English at moderate charges.

Collections made^at reasonable rates,

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

and prompt returns made, residence St Vincent

office

and

L'Avariere Hormidas, laborer, Main

Lebeau Athanase,

laborer,

Yamaska

J. M<D-) physician and surgeon, office and residence Main, opposite the post office Jerrj' Joseph, fireman, St Joseph Jerry Paul, St Joseph Joseph Jetle Noel, laborer, Jreil (Girard) (jeorge, custom boot and shoe maker, St Hilare Juaear Joseph, gardener, Main Juaear Pierre, gardener, Main

JEANNOTTE

AD HE MAR,

Lebeau Francois, farmer, St Antoine Leblanc Hubert, carpenter and joiner.

Main
Leblanc Levi, clerk, bds with Trudeau, Main
Leclair Charles, Hotel, 3hun
J.

J.

proprietor

Canada

M

Leduc Damase,
tier

laborer,

Jacques Car-

Lemoine

Lelardier Jules, gardener, Yamaska Alexis, laborer, Main

;

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI

— FARNHAM.

73

Lemoine Mrs., St Peter Lent Ikichard, ctirj^enter, St Joseph LEQUIN & MARTEL (Honors Lequill

ond Louis Martel), dealers
goods,

in

groceries, provisions, crocker3-,glas>\vare, boots and shoes, hats uiid taps, hardware, paints, oils, glass, wallpaper and a full assortment of general goods, cheap for cash, Main Lequin Calixie, laborer Lequin Franijois. laborer, Main Lequin Francois, railroad section

dry

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 Ma union rev. J., professor, 3rd and 2nd English year, College of West

Farnham
Marchand Joseph,
laborer,

Main
Ya-

Marchesseau Exurie, St Paul Marchesseau Simeon, carpenter,

master Lequin Honoi-e (Lequin
3Jain

maska

&

Martel),

Marcotte Joseph, laborer, St

Louis

Lequin Joseph, carter Lequin .fo>eph, jun,, Main Lequin Joseph, sen., St Joseph Leslie John, farmer, L'Ange Gardien
road

MARTEL EUSEBE, 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
notice, at lowest prices; blacksmithing of every description done horses well and carefully shod, satisfaction guaranteed. Main, h do Martel Henri, blacksmith and horseshoer, St Paul, h do Martel Louis (Lequin & Martel), Main
;

Lesperance Madame J. P. V., milliner and milliner}' goods, Main, h do
Lisotte Charles, laborer, St Louis Loiselle Magloire, farm laborer, St

shortest

Peter

Longtin Joseph, sawyer, Main

Loud

LOUD

Cxeorge Edward (J. W. & G. E. Loud), Main Loud J(jhn William (J. W. & G. E. Lou i). resitles at Montreal J. Gr E- (John William and George Edward Loud,) general merchants, dealers in dry goods, groceries, crockery, provisions, glassware, boots and shoes, hats and caps, hardware, paints, oils, glass, wallpaper, etc., cheap for cash, Main

MARTIN ARRON
Martin's Hotel, xMain

R.,

proprietor

W&

Masse Louis, laborer, St Romuald Maurice Louis, carriagemaker,
Paul, h

St

Yamaska
Francois,
tailor,

Mayotte

bds

with

Moise Paradis, Main

McDutf

0., laborer,

Yamaska

McGowan

opposite
tier

Town

Lupien Ludger,

hall laborer,

Jacques Car-

James, fiarmer, L'Ange Gardien road McGowan Mrs. Grace, widow Michael L'Ange Gardien road

Lupien Theodore,

laborer, Visitation

McKinney
tin's

Lussier Alexandre, cultivateur Lussier Charles, laborer, St Louis Lussier Hubert, laborer, St Louis 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

Volley, laborer, bds at MarHotel 3IcQuillen Miss Catherine, dressmaker,

Main

MAILHOT

MEIGS DANIEL
of

B-, JP., mayor Farnham, saw and grist mill

owner, shingle mill, planing mill, butter tub factory and lumber merchant. Main and foot of Meigs, office and residence Main

Mailloux Amedee, laborer, Main Mailloux Isaac, hooper, Adamsville road

Menard Leon, laborer, Main Mercier Eobert, laborer, Jacques Cartier

u
Methodist

COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI Church
of

FARNHAM.

Canada, rev.
Peter

Naieau Hubert, proprietor Hotel du

Thomas
Miehaud

Bell, pastor, ^^ain tranQois, hiborer, St

Nadeau

Depot, St Peter J. Benjamin, agent

D

)minion

Millet Pierre, farmer. St Greu:oire

Mutual

MISSISQUOI AND ROUVILLE MUTUAL FIRE INbURd^NCE
CO-^

Benefit and i^rovident s>ociation of Montreal and book-

keeper with Valiquei

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

M NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF MONTREAL, Curtis P.
I

Nadeau Jeseph, laborei-, Xareau Simeon, grocer,

M

&

Co.,

Depot

Gregoire liii, h do

aber,

agent,

Main, opposite the

Court House
notary, secrelury-trea>urer of the town of Farnham, and official assignee for the distiict of Bedford, office and resi-

MONTREAL PORTLAND AND NOISEUX SIMEON,
Prangois X. Demers, jun. agenl. otiice at South Eastern Railway Depot

BOSTON RAILWAY,

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 Vermont 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 Earn ham notel,

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 Antoiiie

Main Morin Jean, laborer, St Gregoire Mosher James H., farmer, L'Ange
Gardien road
Mullin Francis, Main

Paquette Felix, laborer, Yamaska Paquette M., laborer, Victoria Paiadis 3Iiss Emelie, tailoress. Main

PARADIS MOISE,
Geiu.>'

MULLIN GEORGE,

dealer

in

custom tailor. garments made to order in the latest styles, in the most thorough manner and at the lowest

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

A perfect tit guaranteed. Cutting done to order on the shortest notice. Main, over W. & E. Donahue's store, h do Parent Leon, jun., mill sawyer, St Greprices.

goire

MULLIN MRS. GEORGE,

milli-

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 iMain, Edward Do-

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 PARISH OF WEST FARNHAM,
C. U. Dutresne, secretary-treasurer,

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
office at

POST OFFICE

nahue, postmaster Potvin Alexis, cabinetmaker, Yamaska Pr^fontaine Magloire, laborer, Jacques
Cartier'

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOl
Prevost Prdvost Prevost Provost
Arthur, laborer, Main Exsidas, laborer, Yamaska Frangois, farmer, St Paul Louis, braketnan. Main Pr^%'o.st Louis, laborer, Yamaska Provost Miss Malvina, inillirier and

— PARNHAM.

7w

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

dressmaker, Main Prevost Mrs S., widow Louis, Main

School Commissioners St Romuald de Farnham municipality, C. IT. Du.

PROTESTANT BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEEi /or the
town ot Farnham, Curiis P. Taber, secretary-treasurer, otfice Main, opposite the Court house

lesne, secretarj', office at

W. k

E.

Donahue's, Ma'n .School Commissioners West Farnham municipalit\', C. U. Dufresne, secretarv, office at W. & E. Donahue's,
Ma"in Scott John, cheese maker. Main Scott William, Main

Quebec Joseph,

fai'mer,

L'Ange Gar-

die n road Quentin Daniase, carpenter, St Joseph Quinn William, etoves and tinware,

do Eacicot Guillaume, painter, Depot Racicot Jean, carriagemaker, St Joseph Eainville Frangois, mason. Main Randall Col. F. V., Steel & Bayer's Marbleizing Compound (patent right). Main Eegnier Fi-ancois, laborer, Jacques
h

Mam,

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 dealer in all kinds of household furniture, of which a good assortment is

always kept on hand.

woodwork done.

Cartier
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 hotel and baker, St Paul

Benaud

All kinds of large variety of coffins constantlj' in stock. Prices very low to suit the times. Main, h

A

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

,

Robert Abraham, mason, St Joseph Robertson William, carpenter and joiner, St Joseph

STANSTEAD AND
agent,

BROOKE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO-, Curtis P Taber,
Main, opposite
the

SHERCourt

ROBIDOUX NORBERT,
tor

proprie-

house
Stanstead,

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

Shefford and Chanibly Railway, head of Depot, William L. Hi b bard, agent
A-, proprietress
Mills,

STARK MRS.
flannels

West

Roy Fran§ois, farmer, Yamaska Roy Joseph, laborer, St Peter Roy ^'arci>se, laborer, Jacques Cartier Roy Pierre Israel, laborer, Jacques
Cartier

manufacturer of tweeds, scarlet and grey

Farnham Woollen

and yarns. A full assortment 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,

Roy Theodore, laborer, St Charles Ryan John, section foreman C. 7. R.

Main

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COUNTY OE MIS8ISQU0I

—PARNHAM.

St Germain Ephrem, conductor S.E.E.,

Depot St James church, Main,

rev.

Thomas
dean of

W. Mussen,
Bedford

M.A,, rural

ST

PIERRE BRUNO,

custom

In style, fit, quality of work, prompt execution of orders, and lowDess of price I guarantee complete satisfaction; cutting done at lowest prices. Tailor for G. W. & G. E.
tailor.

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 merchants, dealers in general dry goods, provisions, groceries, hardware, boots and shoes, hats and caps,
crockery,
toilet

glassware,

salt,

flour,

grain, drugs, chemicals, perfumery,
articles, garden, flower seeds, &c., Main
field

and

Loud and
pot^ite J.

Trudeau, Main, opJ. J. Trudeau's, h St. Paul
J.

VALIQUET

JEAN

B-,

MD-

St Pierre Eustace, laborer, Main St Pierre Jean Baptiste, shoemaker.

Main

TABER CURTIS

P., general insurance agent, representing a number of first-class companies, and wholesale dealer and exporter of hemlock bark, also secretary-treasurer Protestant Board of School Trutstees

(Valiquet & Co.), physician and surgeon, 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, Veronneau rev. J.
parish of St

laborer.

Main

Bte., parish priest,

Romuald de Farnham,

town of Farnham,

ofiice

and

resid-

Yamaska
Vezina Emelien, machinist, St Louis Vezina Eusebe, turner, St Louis Viau M. E., professor of music, College of West Farnham West Farnham Academy for boys over 10, free, under the care of the Bro-

TARTE

ence Main, opposite the Court house proprietor Farnham A-, b'irst-class house $1.00 per Hotel, day. Meals at all hours conveyance to and from the cars free Th^rien David, laborer, Main Thdrien Hilaire, retired, Jacques Car;

thers of the

Holy Cross
Nor-

WEST FARNHAM HOUSE,
bert Robidoux,

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, sides do
re-

TRAVELLERS LIFE AND ACCI DENT INSURANCE CO- OF HARTFORD, Curtis p. Taber,
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,
agent.

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 Farnham, Farnham Centre (Brome Co.), Adamsville (Brome Co.), Ste Bridget (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),

Wain

Yamaska
Wilson John (C. Wilson & Son), Main Wilson M. C, machinist, Main Winter Pierre, shoemaker, St Vincent Wyman John, foreman

UNION ST JOSEPH DE FARNJoseph Lequin, jun., president; Kdouard Choquette, secretary Honore Lequin, treasurer
;

HAM,

COUNTY OF MI8SISQU0I

— FARNHAM— FRELIGHSBrRG.

77

Hotel, Samuel Eive, proprieSt Paul Yates Peter, sexton St James Church, St Peter
tor,

Tamaska

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. branch of the Pike River, in the parish of St. Armand East.
is ver}-

It is

on a

Its situation

pictures-que, being in a valley considerably depressed, the hills by 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-

which

it

;

facturing'establishments, and most of the various trades are also fairly repi-esented but the most remarkable business feature in Frelighsburg is the new, exceedingly commodious, and well arranged store of J. Landsberg, 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
solidity.

in the

whole townships.
80 x 60
feet,

edifice of lofty altitude,

It is an imposing red brick resting on a stone foundation of great

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 entrance, 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 commodity. 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 department 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 Taken collectivel}^, a noticeable feature consists of twelve replenished. 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
apartment 80 x 60 feet and 12 feet in height reached. This is the main or principal business flat, and it will not be The twelve columns previously devoid of interest to describe it in detail. 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 counters, 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 from di^play special lots, is 12 feet, and from one to the other, 15 feet 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 Tiiey rest on in the center, and varying in depth from 24 to 27 inches. 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 almost 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

by a wide
is

flight of stairs an

;

COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI

— FRELIOHSBURQ.

79

At the back there are three and at the glass lights being in each sish. top ot' 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 wellknown artist in this speciality, De Zouche, ot Montreal. As might be expected 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 The south side contains dress good>, the shelving being an<l stationery. 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 appropriated 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, counterpane.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.
I ;

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 seventyfive thousand dollars, never less than the first mentioned amount.

THE THIRD FLAT,
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 Mouatains. 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-

thanks

to the

mansard

roof,

,

^'^

The

charm to the land.seape. architects of this fine building were the Messrs. P. & L. Lambkin, of Riceberg, 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
ditional
:

;

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 customers resorting to this large, pojiular and continually expanding mambe spoken of as the garden of the province in which they are situated, and amongst other pi'oduets for which they are specially noted maple sugar is not the least conspicuous. Improvements 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 Its points of exthe Dominion of Canada and the neighboring republic. cellence are economy in fuel, time and labor, as well as the production of It is undeniably without a rival^ and the the very best quality of sugar. 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.

moth establishment. The Eastern Townships may properly
\

''

Abbrevations Used:

— Adv,

advertisement;
'J'he

— bds,

boards;

do,

same place or

street; h, house, sers and subscribers.
S^oiQ.

same

names

in capital lettei's are those of advertioffice.

Street is understood example. Post South street corner Main street
;

South corner Main, means

American House, Thomas N. Shepard,
proprietor. South, corner East Austin Cleland, manager at J. Landsberg's,

Bazinet Joseph, painter, bds at International Hotel,

Main
Special attention

BENOIT OLIVIER, carriage maker
and undertaker.
paid to undertaking, for which all requisites are kept. Black walnut,

South
J.

Austin

Thomas W.,

department at

grocery Lands berg's, East
clerk,

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI
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. garments made to Gentlemen's
order
in

— FRELIGHSBURG.

the

latest

Paris,

London

BOARD OF TRUSTEES,
Main

fashions on the shortest notice and at the most moderate charges. A perfect fit guaranteed, South, bds at International Hotel, Main Blinn Horace A., furniture dealer and undei-taker, Hiver, h do Frelighsburg Grammar School, Elijah K. Spencer, secretary-treasurer, office

and

New York

DYKE

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 of England, Church District school teacher, East Draper Ernest A., hair dresser, International Hotel, h South H- N-, dealer in staple dry,

goods, groceries, provisions, crockery, 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.

Burnet Robert, general clerk at
Landsberg's,
bds
at

J.

International

Hotel

H. N-, milliner and deaier in millinery goods ribbons, laces, gloves, shawls, feathers, flowers, wools, &c., sold very low for cash to suit the times, River, h do Dyke T. B., boot and shoe maker. Main,
;

Canada Methodist Church, Main, rev. ^ James E. Richardson, pastor, East Carpenter Charles P., laborer. Main

hdo
Fisher Oliver P., tinsmith. South Freeman Otis C, farmer Frelighsburg Circuit Canada Methodist Church, rev. James E. Richardson, superintendent, East Frelighsburg Grammar School, Main,

CARPENTER HENRY HAYNES,
school teacher, Biver

Chad burn Thomas

A., blacksmith and horse shoer, Main, bds at International Hotel Chatfee Mrs. Jasper, East

Henry

Curtis, principal

CHAMBERLIN JOSHUA,

FRELIGHSBURG TANNERY,
Welch & Hall, proprietors, manufacturers 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 S. P., dealer in groceries of all descriptions and provisions, of which

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,
bread,

JUN.,

and cake baker. Brown, Graham, steam and cottage bread, twists, Boston crackers and
cracker
cakes of all kinds delivered daily in the village and twice a week in outside localities. Best articles and lowest prices guaranteed, East, h do

HOPE

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 Hurl but Miss Elvira, South

COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI

—PRELIOHSBURG.
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

Hunter
lot

S. N., woolen mill uml Oirrner, 42 W, Parish of St Aimand Ea«t, post office address Freli,ii:li>biiri>Ins;alls Homer, marble \vork>, Enat

LORTIE EDWARD,

Dunham
Hiram
cial

road

INTERNATIONAL

HOTEL.
Commer-

Mai-tin, proprietor.

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 International Hotel, Main

do

Macarty

Miss

Dellie,

dressmaker,
at Interna-

MARTIN

South, corner Main C. R., clerk
tional Hotel, >lain

MARTIN HIRAM,

A. S., millinery and millinery goods, South, h do Kemj) Mrs. Mai-v, wiilow Anson, East

Kemp

LABONTY FREDERICK

R.. butcher, dealer in Iresji meats of all descriptions, tish and oysters, pells, calfskins and hides. Dunham and

MARVIN GEORJE

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 importer and J., dealer in tancy and staple dry goods, carpets, oil cloths, ready made
,

proprietor International Hotel. Commei-cial and other travellers will tind the be-t accommodation at thi> hou.se. Good samjde rooms. Livery attached. Charges very moderate, ^Iaiu at the center of the village R., dealer in gro(-eries, provisions, tobacco, cigars, confectionery, fancy goods, toys, school and other books, stationery, etc., U. S. consular agent, and secretary-treasurer of the village of

Frelighsburg, Main

McQuilien James, general clerk at J. Landsberg's, bds with J. Landsberg

MERCIER WILLIAM,
Welcli
it

foreman at

Hall's tannei-y. Main Mercier Zephirin, tannvir. Main

LANDSBERG
and

MESSIER MICHEL,

LAROSE
.

clothing, furs, hats and caps, boots shoes, groceries, provisions, ci'ockery, glassware, paints, oils, &c.. South, h do, also at Cowansville. See Adv outside front cover M., liealer in boots and shoes, groceries, provisions, tobaccos, cigars, patent medicines, fruits, confectionery, clocks, watches, jewellery and ammunition of all kinds. South, h do. See Adv page 9

carriage and general blacksmitli and horseshoer every description of blacksmith's work, including re])airs, done on the
;

notice, in the most workmanlike manner, and at the lowest Hoi-ses shod on the most pi ices. approved principle. South, h do

shortest

MISSISQUOI AND ROUVILLE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE
CO-, Elijah E. Spencer, agent, office

Main
Montreal Telegraph Co., Frederick J. I^arker, manager. East

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, tailoress,

MORRISON WILLIAM A
facturer and dealer iron and hardwan'.
;

,

manu-

in
tin,

tin,

sheet sheet and

galvanized iron,
roofer.

slate

Seven

tirst

prizes and

and gravel medal
Exhibition,

Main

at

Grand

Dominion

Litno Peter H., blacksmith, lot 10 W, Parish of St Armand East, post office address Frelighsburg

Ottawa, 1879, tor best sap evaporator and best collection of sugaring utensils, East, h do. See Adv page 9

COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI

— PRELIGHSBURG,

83

MUNICIPALITY OF THE PARISH OF ST. ARMAND EAST,
Elijah
E.

Spencer, seeTetiiry-lrea-

sxirer, office,

Main

Shejiard Thomas N., proprietor American House, South corner East Smith Ira A., farmer, South Smith James H., insurance agent,
A-. M.D.,
office

South corner Main MUNICIPALITY OF THE VILLAGE OF FRELIGHSBURG, SMITH NORMAN

phyresi-

George li Marvin, secretary-treasurer, office. Main

and surgeon, dence. South
sician

and

/fNESBITT

G-. K-. ^r\Ht mill, Eiyer, al^o flouring mill, &c., Cowansville, resides at Cowansville

SPENCER ELIJAH E

,

farmer,

O'Neil Martin, steam saw mill, North Pinnacle road, resides Dunham, post office address Frelighsburg Parker Frederick J., collector of

secret:u\y-treasuier Municipality of the Parish of St. Arman<i East, school municipality of Frelighsburg, board of trustees Frelighs-

customs and Telegraph Co., Kast, h do Parkin Joseph, laborer. Main
gineer at

manager

Montreal

PATTERSON JOSEPH G
Welch
ii,

,

en-

IJall's

tannery.

South

POST OFFICE,
RevnoMs

Elijah Rowell, postmaster, t^outh corner Maiu Eeid Miss Jane, East
Klijah S.. retired,

Main
S-,

REYNOLDS FREDERICK

dealer in ttapledry goods, hardware, cutlery, groceries, provisions, crockery, 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.

School, and agent and Rouville Mutual Fire Insurance Co, office and residence Main Steinhour David, carpenter and joiner. East, h do Steinhour Edgar, laborer. Main carpenter and Steinhour George, 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 HALL, River Trinity church, rev. J. Burrows David-

burg

Grammar

Missisfiuoi

TOWN

son, M.A., rector.

Church

ROWELL

Landsberg's Eichardson rev. James E., pastor Canada Methodist Church, East Robert Frank, carpenter and joiner, River ELIJAH, physician and surgeon, dealer in pure drugs and chemicals, perfumery, toilet articles, &c., and postmaster, South corner Main, h do

UNITED STATES CONSULAR AGENCY, George R. Marvin,
agent, office

Main

VINCENT PHILIPPE,

manager at
A.

G. K. Nesbitt's grist mill. River

WELCH &
;

HALL,

(I.

Welch

and H. C. Hall) manufacturei'S of sole leather, Frelighsburg Tannery, Main also at Stan bridge East

Welch

I.

A.,

(Welch & Hall) resides

SCHOOL MUNICIPALITY OF FRELIGSBURGH, i^^lijah E.
Spencer, secretary-treasurer, office

at Stanbridge East Wells Everett E., East
bailiff Superior W., Court, district of Bedford, and preventive officer, East Yates Philip E., butcher, River, h do

Wells George

Main
Scott Miss Azubah, dressmaker, South

corner Main

8-i

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI

— HASEVILLE —MALMAISON.

HASEVILLE.

A post office
ham.

ill

the township of Stanbridge, 5 miles from the town of Farn-

Bissonnette .To-^eph, blacksmith Bleau Joseph, farmer Durocher P., farmer Goudreau H., farmer Hase James, farmer Hase John, farmer Hase Thomas, farmer and postmaster

Kemp

Hungerford Samuel, farmer 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.
,

use, of the best quality, and at prices as low as it is possible to sell them, also cattle dealer, opp Central Ver-

Ferris, station agent Cote Charles, farmer

Cote Pierre, laborer Cote T., farmer Crothers James, J.P., postmaster, sawmill owner and mayor of Notre

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 miller Plante F.

Dame

des

Anges
F. G.,J.P.

Des Rivieres

Ewing George, hay presser Ewing John, hay and grain

dealer Ferris George, farm laborer Ferris Joshua M., station agent Central

Vermont Railway, agent MonTelegraph
Co., and United Canada Express Co.

treal

X

,

States and

Plantier Charles, laborer

Fraser William, farmer Gall Archibald, gardener Hanigan John, saw and grist mill and

Roy

Pierre, grocer

SimardJ.

lumber dealer

Bte., school teacher, secretary-treasurer parish of Notre Dame des Anges

Hanigan John
operator

William,

telegraph

HANIGAN WILLIAM,

dealer in groceries and provisions of all descriptions, including all articles in these lines required for household

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 Stan bridge 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

T raver 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 master

B.,

farmer and post-

John on
parish

J.

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 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

Moore H. D., farmer Moore hon. P. H.

86

COU^TY OF MISSISQUOI

— MYSTIC.

MYSTIC,
Both
so

and surroundings, presents an appearance of thrift and comfort 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 It is a station on the line miles of Bedford, the chef-Ueu of the count}-. 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 by the erection of a fine two and a is now in course of being supplied Its prosperity is in no half story hotel, opposite the railway depot. inconsiderable degi'ee due to the enterprise of Mr. A. S. Walbridge, the These very successful enterpi-ising proprietor of the Mystic Iron works. 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 business 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 The buildings, appurtenances and ground as the Eastern Townships. attached cover an area of about three acres, and are very conveniently The power is supplied situated within twenty rods of Mj'stic Station. 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 It contains one large iron planer, one used as a machine shop. 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 The building next to this is 30 x 36, and is planer, tongue and groover. Then there is the building used used as a boiler and blacksmiths' shop. 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 In addition to these there are three large tor the keeping of patterns. Just above the Mj'stic Iron works, sheds fi)r holding lumber and stock. 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 manufactured jnachinery of all kinds, tire engines, and agricuUural implements For more complete information in referof every possible description. 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
in itself

marked

artizans.

With a short

this brief sketch of

description of the well known cheese factory of Mr. A. E. Bockus, one of the pleasantest villages in the country will be This factory was established in 1871 by the present owner in closed. 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.

Than this factory |iiic-e, a ^u^e test of its uniform and superior excellence. Its capacit}' for there aie few as large and none larger in tlie c<^untr3^ the making of cheese is over 700 lbs. a day. to produce which not less The water and pasturage in the than 7.000 ll>s. of milk are required. 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 municipality in which Mystic is situated, in the Farmer's drectory of the Township of Stan bridge.
I

Adams

Mrs. Kosina,
.,

widow William

Atkinson William, farmer Bariics (leorye tanner

Juari-e Edouard, farmer Juarre Jean Bte. jun., farmer

BARNES

E-. dealei- in dry goods, groceries, jjrovisions, boots and shoes, hardwaie, &o., cheap for cash.
Gr.

BOCKUS

or tai-m {troduce taken in exchange at highe-t inai-ket rates A. E-, proprietor Pioneer Ciicese Factory and farmer Bockus capt Judson, farmer Bockus Charles, pattern maker Bockus II. K carpenter and joiner
,

Juarre Jean Bte., sen., farmer Juarre Jean Marie, farmer Juarre Moi~e, tarmer Landry Jean I3te., farmer Matoh Robert, blacksmith and horseshfHT

MILLS
ries

J. N-, dealer in family groce-

Bockus Bockus Bockus Bockus Bockus

J. E.,

farmer John J farmer
,

Mrs. Virtue, "widow capt. H. N.

Richmond, farmer

Willington, ftirmer Boomhower Alonzo, farmer

and dry goods, of which a good assort ment is constantly kept on hand and sold cheap for cash. Ashton's factory-tilled salt always in Farm produce taken in exstock. change, and highest market price allowed. Call and see MonbK-au Napoleon, laborer MYSTIC IRON WORKS, A, S.

Wal bridge,
page 3

proprietor.

iSee

Adv

Boom bower James, former
Boudreau
Josepli,

moulder

Brown James, tarmer
Capsey George, advocate, secretarytreasurer Missisquoi County Council, office

Court House, Main, L.

B.,

resides at Mystic

Page Parker, farmer Pendlebery James, farmer Pharo Frank, machinist Phelps Charles J., assistant postmaster and carpenter Phel]>s Josepli A., postmaster and far-

Capsey James H., farmer Capsey John, laborer

mer
Phelps Major, farmer Phelps Mrs. x\lvina, widow Joel Phelps Mrs. Isabella, widow Hiram Pinsonneault Theophile, tarmer

Clow Milo, machinist Corey Xorman, carpenter and joiner Corey Varian, machinist Cyr Joseph, jun., farmer Bemers Jean Baptitte, farmer
District

PIONEER CHEESE FACTORY,

school No. 6, Miss Fairtield, teacher Douglas xMiss Jane, farmer

Emma

Dunn

Kichard, farmer

Fairtield Miss

Emma,

teacher district
store

school No. 6
Isaie, farmer and keeper Guertin Theophile, farmer Guillotte Louis, farmer

Goudreau

A. L Bockus, proprietor Post office, Joseph A. Phelps, postmaster 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
urer Township of Stanbridge Municipality, Co. of Missisquoi Agricultural society and Board of School

Vaughan Hiram, farmer Vaughan John, former Vaughan Rodger, farmer
AMystic Iron works.
C. M., bulkier
S.,

SULLEY G-EORGrE, secretary-treas- WALBRIDGE
Commissioners,

proprietor See Adv page 3

oflSce

Court House,

L

B. resides at Mystic

Vaughan Charles, farmer Vaughan Charles, music teacher Vaughan David, farmer Yaughan D. N., farmer

Walker Wanzer Wanzer Wanzer Watson Watson

Moses, farmer Mrs. Caroline, widow Silas William, farmer Charles, farmer David, farmer

Willey Daniel, laborer

NORTH PINNACLE.
A post office in
mountain

Armand East, established in 18t)5. The high 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 clearing 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 disposed 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.
the parish of St.
in its

Barnes Vinten, postmaster Burns G., farmer Calhoun R. A., farmer Chaburn George C, bailiff Superior
Court, district of Bedford, preventive officer and liarmer

Jenne George C, farmer Jenne L. D., farmer Johnson Lewis, former

McDonald Jeremiah, farmer McGrath John, farmer jun., farmer McGrath

,

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

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.
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.

A

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

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

Church of St Ignace,

rev.

Edmond
agent

Lassard, parish priest Currie Horatio N., insurance

Schoolcraft Myron, farmer Schoolcraft William, farmer

and farmer Daudelin A Iphonse, farmer Daudelin Eli, farmer Daudelin Frank, trader Daudelin J. Bte., farmer Daudelin Olivier, farmer District School Xo. 6, Miss
Phelps, teacher
Ducloi^ Pierre, farmer tralipeau Damase, farmer

Simard J. Bte., farmer Smith Joseph, tarmer Stearns A., farmer

STANSTEAD
Grace

AND SHERBROOKE COUNTIES MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO one
,

of the best and most reliable companies doing business in, and one of the two oldest of, the Eastern Townships. All losses promptly paid. A. M. Stone, agent

Girard

P.,

shoemaker
S.,

Hawkins

laborer

STONE

Lassard rev. Edtnond, parish priest Lefort Honore, farmer Melladj- Philip, pedlar

A. M., postmaster, farmer, and agent lor the Stanstead and Sherbrooke Counties Mutual Fire

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, postmaster

Insurance Co., noted for prompt settlement of losses Stone Leonard, farmer

Suggett George, farmer

blacksmith

and

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 established 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 Montreal, St. Johns and Rouse's Point section of the Grand Trunk Railway of

G

90

COUJTTT OP MISSISQUOI

—NOTAN—NUTT

S

CORNERS,

Canada

Two miles east of the village is is distant but one half mile. Clarenceville, the principal place in either of the seigniories above mentioned. Mails daily. Population about 100.
Johnson Mrs. Leonard, widow Labounty Cyrus, teacher district school No. 4 LeKoy Soper, watch and clock repairer Methodist Church of Canada, rev. John
Stewart, pastor, resides at Clarence-

Derick Alexander, farmer Derick Henry M., retired DERICK L- H-, general merchant, dealer in dry goods, gi'oceries, provisions, 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 municipality of the parish of St Thomas 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

MUNICIPALITY OF THE PARSIH OF ST THOMAS DE FOUCAULT, L. H. Derick, secretai'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 Clarenceville

Du

Vernet rev. Canon Edward, rector

of Clarenceville, resides at Clarenceville

Farrell Eobert G., produce dealer Fox Samuel, boot and shoe maker

Struthers George, carpenter and joiner St Thomas church, rev. Canon Edward Du Vernet, rector of Clarenceville, resides at Clarenceville

Hislop Edmund, farmer Hislop William, farmer

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 Clarenceville, the principal centre of trade in the Seigniories of Noyan and Foucault, 2i.

Brown William, farmer and carpenter Bullock John, farmer Cheesman Aaron, farmer Cheesman Frederick, farmer Cheesman Silas, farmer Criller George A., farmer and carpenter

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 Ecu ben, farmer Hawley Stoddard, farmer Hawley William G., farmer
Johnson Henry, farmer

Lake Hawley, farmer
McNeil R.
Miller
J.,

farmer

Adam, farmer

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI
Miller Henry, farmer Miller John, farmer

— NUTT

8

CORNERS

—PHILIPSBURQ.

91

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 Floweighteen feet, though in many jjlaces it exceeds this considerably. 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 sportsman 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 frequenting the banks and vicinitj'in sufficient numbers to afford most excellent 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. Lawrence 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 Montreal 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

BRIGHAM
Burke David,

J. S.,

M.p.,

office

and

residence Craig

James
Best Edward, fisherman, Russell

Brookes Adolphus, laborer. Day Brookes Mrs. Joseph, Day
retired,

Bibeau Olivier, carpenter, Rhodes Blan chard John, laborer, Day Blaney James, pensioner
Briar Mrs. John, Water

Day

Cadoret Elie. laborer, Water Cadoret Henri, Water Canada Methodist Caurcb, rev. Richard Robinson, pastor

92

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI

—PHILIPSBURG.
Day
joiner,

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-

Missisquoi House, Stephen Rhicard, proprietor, Day corner Rhodes

Montgomery

rev. H.,

Moore David, carpenter and

Day
Moore William, laborer. Day Moore Z. Willoughby, farmer, Craig,
Municipality village of Philipsburg D. T. R. Nye, secretary-treasurer, office Charles

and burg, president Missisquoi Eouville Mutual Fire Insurance Co.,
Rhodes, h Craig Col ton 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.
office

Nye
'

D. T.K., lieut,-col. reserved militia Missisquoi, jx>stmaeter, secretarytreasurer village of Philipsburg,

commissioner Superior Court, and of the Commissioners Court, office and residence Charles
clerk

Hunt, agent, Philips Eaton Mrs. Mary, widow Eaton Wyatt, artist, Day

J.

W.,

Day

Olcott Miss Lj^iia S., Day Olds 3Ielanctbon D., gardener, Day Philipsburg and St Armand Station Stage line, A. F, Hogle, proprietor,

Day

Elder William, tinsmith. Day Philipsburg Model School, Robert B. Farber J. A,, baker. East, h do f Struthers, principal J. P., Craig Ford Lauson, Pike 0. >!., watch inakei', St Armand Gibson Clark, blacksmith and borseStation road shoer. Day, h St Armand Station Post Office, D. T. R. Nye, postmaster, road Charles Guerin Jos, general dealer, Rhodes,h do Rhicard Stephen, proprietor MissisHead Joseph, laborer, quoi House, Day corner Rhodes Hogle A, F,, stage pi-oprietor. Day Rivei-s Eli, laborer. Philips Holt Mrs. Eliza, widow John S., St Rivers Levi, mason, Water James Robinson rev. Richard, pastor Canada Hungerford George W., carpenter and tiethodist Church joiner, East Russell Mrs. S. B., widow P. P., Craig Hunt Valentine G., agent Montreal Smith Miss Helen A., Day 'i'elegraph Co., Philips Smith William A., agent, Rhodes Mrs, Belinda, Day Hulchison Sumerville Andrew, mail agent, Craig Jameson Stevenson, J.P., lumber St Armand Circuit, Canada Methodist mei'chant and farmer, Ehodes Church, rev. Richard Eobinson, suKay Frederick William, South perintendent Kerley Lawrence, Craig

Luke Luke

Jacob, retired, Day Philip E., sub-collector of customs, office J^ay

St John Charles, school teacher, Day St John Mrs. Julia, widow Charles, Day St Paul's Church, Day, rev. William

McLeod James, painter, Charles McLcod Joseph, painter. Water
Mclicod Thomas, painter, Colborne

Westover
Struthers Alexander B., machinist, Philips Struthers A. D., secretary-treasurer Missisquoi and Rouville 3Iutual Fire Charles corner Insurance Co., Philips

Menard Hercule, carpenier and Water

joiner.

Missisquoi and Rouville Mutual Fire Insurance Co., head office Philipsburg, C. R. Cheesman, president; A. Struthers, secretary-treasurer, D.
office

Ehodes

Struthers Robert B., principal Philipsburg 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

laborer, Day Viali Zeb, laborer, Rhodes Watson Amos, plasterer and mason,

Tyo Thomas,
Water Westover
Craifi^

Symms
Charles

William
William
A.,

(Sjmms &
South

Bro.),

William, rev. Church, resides with Z.

St

Paul's

W. Moore,
office

Symms
Tye

Seth, hostler Missisquoi

House

Whitwell William, Rhodes, h East

M.D.,

PIERCETON.

A small

The villa<re in the parish of St Ignace, township of Stanbridi^e. 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.
Horatio, farmer Walter, farmer

Boomhower Boomhower
I

Briggs I)orwin, tarmer Briggs E 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 " concluded 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 frontier, at Franklin, Vermont, where being got in readiness for their absurd attempt, they started on as foolish, ill-advised, and contemptible an expedition, 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 contained 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. o'clock, William Thompson and two other *' On Saturday morning, about ten 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 leading 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 inhabitants 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; Fhilipsburgh, 8; Sweetsburg, 18^; St. Armand Station, 5; St. Johns, 29^; and Farnham, 20 miles. Mails daily. Poj)ulation about 175.
; ;

Adams
Arcand

William, farmer 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
11,

District School No.

Miss Mattie

Thompson, teacher

COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI
Douglas A., farmer Eager Mrs. B., widow Embury Charles, farmer Embury D. R.. farmer

—PIGEON

HILL

—PIKE RIVER.

95

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

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

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

Mrs. T., widow Mrs. W., widow William H., farmer Stimets Horace, farmer St James Church, rev. Wm. Westover, resides at Philips burg Thompson Miss Mattie, teacher District School No. 11 Thomson Miss Elizabeth Thomson Robert, farmer Titemore Mrs. L., widow Titemore Philip, wheelwright

Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith

Albert D., farmer
E.,

farmer

Daniel, former George H., farmer

James E., farmer John 31., laborer Joseph C, farmer

Titemore T. W., wheelwright Westover rev. William (resides at
Philipsburg), minister
St

James

Masson Joseph, mason McDonald John A., farmer

Church

McKee Robert, farmer McKee Thomas, former

WOOD A- L-, postmaster and farmer
Yates Yates Yates Yates Yates
David, farmer Mrs. B., widow
Peter, farmer

POST OFFICE,
master

Merritt Nelson, wheelwright A. L. Wood, post-

Rhicard

P.,

former

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 Station, 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 properties, 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.
Mrs.,
J. B.,

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

Joubert Eusebe, bricklayer Lacroix David, farmer

Lambert Lamothe

widow

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

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
.

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

Hamel
Hogle

Cyrille, miller
L. A. H., general

merchant and

assistant postmaster

Hogle L. Judson, clerk Irwin George, jun., carpenter
joiner

and

Tougas Alexis, farmer Tougas E., farmer Tougas Julien, farmer Vital Edwin, farmer Watson Alexander^ farmer

Irwin George,

sen.,

wheelwright

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 enterprising 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 lightness 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 within 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

BUTTER WORKER, THE
DAIRYMAN'S FAVORTE,
&
L.

Bockus M., laborer Boudreau Alex., machinist

Lamkin, manufacturers.
inside hack cover

P. See

Ado facing

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.

Lambkin Philo (P. & L. Lambkin) Lambkin Winfield H., with P. & L. Lambkin
Lent David, farmer Mellor Dawson, moulder 3Ioore Gal la way, painter Moreau John, farmer Murgatory Wallace, laborer

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

POST OFFICE, Lyman
postmaster Reid Joseph

Lambkin,

Rheaume

Ovila, laborer Rice Burton T.. farmer Rice Jetferson V., miller

RICE MARTIN,
burg grist mill

proprietor
V-,

Rice-

Gardner M.. farmer

RICE WINDSOR
boilers, circular

proprietor

Hunt
Irish

Nelson, teamster

Lewis

J.,

foreman with P. & L.

Riceburg foundry and shop, manufacturer of

machine

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.

engines, shingle machines, castings, agricultural implements, &c. See Adv facing

saw

mills,

title

page

RICEBURG FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP- Windsor Y.
Rice,
title

proprietor.

See

Adv facing
Martin

page

Lambkin Lambkin Ernest
builder

RICEBURG GRIST MILL,
M., contractor
(P.

and

Lambkin Lyman
postmaster

&
L.

L.

Lambkin),
and

Rice, proprietor Rogers Ilamilton, farmer Rogers Ira A., blacksmith

and horse

shoer
p.

LAMBKIN
Lyman
mouldings,

&

(Philo

Jjarabkin), manufacturers and dealers in doors, sash, blinds,
all

kinds of household

Russell Alfred K.. farmer Russell George, butcher Soles Alvin, farmer Stanley Frederick, farmer

furniture, <fec., also builders, contractors and undertakers. See Adv

Welch Joseph, farmer Wright Joseph, carpenter

facing inside back cover

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 of New York, who came here in 1800 George A.
;

Shufelt from the state 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

From Daniel

brief remarks apply. Scott, his four sons, Lemuel, Daniel, Jonathan and Pliny, and their descendants this locality received the name of the " Scott Neighborhood," and when in May, 1879, a post office was established here, the name

which these

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 Railway 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 population of the settlement is about 150. Mails daily.

Atkins David, carpenter and joiner Bates Mrs., widow Blanchard Pierre, laborer Brimmer David, farmer

School District No. 17, township of Dunham, Miss Farnham, teacher
Scott Daniel, retired
Scof^t

Eugene, farmer

Darby B., retired Darby Lucius, farmer Farnham Miss, teacher School
No. 17 Ingalls Harry, farmer Ingalls Loren, farmer Ingalls S. G., farmer Larose William, laborer

SCOTT FRANKLIfJ E, postmaster,
District

cheese manufacturer and farmer Scott George L., farmer Scott Jedediah, farmer Scott Marvin D., farmer Scott Melvin, farmer and cheese manufacturer, Bolton Shufelt George A., farmer

Lee Edward, farmer Mandigo William, boot and shoe maker Mearns Andrew, laborer
Patten James, laborer POST OFFICE, Franklin E. Scott, postmaster Quebec George, farmer

Smith Henry, farmer St Germain F^lix, laborer
Touchette Joseph, laborer Westover farmer

,

Whitcomb
farmer

P. R., saddle

maker and

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

Hunt Mrs. L., widow La bare Alex., laborer
Labare Justice, laborer
Lafranier J., laborer Phillips Bethuel, farmer Reynolds Albert, farmer

Demarrer Peter, laborer

Demore

Peter, blacksmith

Bccles S. B., farmer Glidden Benjamin, laborer Goodre Alphonse, laborer Green Gardner, farmer

Reynolds Orville, farmer Reynolds Whitman, farmer
Roberts David, laborer

Holden A., farmer Holden Orrin, farmer

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

Toof J. W., farmer
A., farmer Vincent George, retired Vincent Nelson, farmer Vincent S. S., farmer Warner Charles F., farmer Warner L. H., farmer Yates Henry, farmer

Van De Waters

Titemore Edward, farmer Titemore Mrs. A., postmistress Titemore Mrs. P. Toof J. E., butter buj-er and farmer

ST.

AEMAND

STATION.

thriving village in the parish of St. Armand West, and station of the Vermont 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 considerable. 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 dutiable 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.

A

Benoit

Joseph

P.,

blacksmith

and

CUSTOM HOUSE AGENCY,
G. Burnell, agent

L.

hor.seshoer Bessette Augustin, sectionman C.V. R. Bourret E. A., collector of customs, bds at Shelters' Hotel

Dalpe Theodore^ harnessmaker District School No. 4, Mrs. M. A. Stewart,

teacher

Bradley A. B., physician Bradley Charles, pensioner Brooks Adolphus, hostler Hotel

Doxtrader Frederick, laborer

Emerson
Shelters'

Edge Tool Co., Taftsville, Vt., C. A. Burnell, travelling agent
J.

Fitzgerald
assistant

W., night operator C.V.R.

BROSSEATJ
collector

JULIEN,

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

of customs

and landing

waiter

Burke Edward, farmer
Burley Eobert, farmer
Burnell C. A., travelling agent Emerson Edge Tool Co., Taftsville, Vt. L. G-., agent Central Vermont Railway, United States

BURNELL
House

and Canada Express Co., manager Montreal Telegraph Co., and Custom
aL'ent

ilcKenney Charles, laborer
Yj.

CENTRAL VERMONT RAIL- Merritt A., carpenter WAY. L. G. Burnell, station auent xMitchell B., farmer CHURCH OF NOTRE DAME DE MONTREAL TELEGRAPH L. G. Ijurnc'll, manager LOURDES DE ST ARMAND,
rev E. A.
J.

CO.,

Rivard, parish priest

Crehan John, section foreman C.V.R. Custom House, E. A. Bourret, collector of customs

Municipality of the Parish of St. Armand West, F. H. Thi'oop, secretarytreasurer

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI

ST.

ARMAND STATION

—8T CHARLES DE STANBRIDGE.
inspector

101

PELETIER
ter.s'

N. L-, proprietor ShelHouse tirst-class in all respects. Good sample rooms. Terms wholesale and Also moderate. retail dealer in wines, liquors and cigai's at lowest market rales
Hotel.

Smith Capt. Peter,
assistant

J.P., postmaster,

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 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-

weights and measures Sherbrooke division, and general merchant Smith William, sectionman C.V.R. Solomon Edward, farmer Solomon John, farmer

ST

FRELIGHSBURa
master,

ARMAND STATION AND

STAGE

LINE- Anson Shelters, proprietor STEWART M. A-, assistant postCommissioners
secretary-treasurer School Parish of St Ar-

EIVARD

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

tary-treasurer

SHELTERS ANSON,
ters'

SHELTER'S HOTEL.

o\^ner ShelHotel, and proprietor St. Armand Station and Frelighsburg stage line, also livery N. L. Peletier, proprietor; house first-class in all respects. Good sample rooms,

West

UNITED STATES AND CANADA EXPRESS CO., L. G. Hurneil,

terms moderate Shepherd Asa \V., operator C.V.E. Sherley William, sectionman C.V.RSixb}' Major H. N., farmer Smith Charles, farmer Smith James, sectionman C.V.E.

agent

Louis, farmer Woodbury Mrs. Olive, Young Paul, tailor

Wood

widow

Young Peter

ST.

CHARLES DE STANBRIDGE.

A village

A

situated in the parish of Notre Dame des Anges de Stanbridge, in the north-west part of the Township of Stanbridge. A handsome Roman Catholic 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. 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 woollen 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

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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 embraces cloths, tweeds, flannels and blankets. The grist mill, built partly of wood and partly of brick, is 54 x 30 feet, and contains 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 Consolidated Purifier Co., Tox'onto, Ont., and is called the " Barter " No. 1 Combination Brush Smutter and Separator." The building and machinery
:

The saw

cost S-t,000. 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.

Charles de Stanbridge is distant from Bedford 4 miles, and from DesEivieres Station on the Central Vermont Railway 2^ miles. Mails tri-weekly. Population about 200.
St.

BALTHAZARD REV.
Couture's

H.,

parish

priest Belisle J. Bte,, farmer Belliles Joseph, bookkeeper at Joseph

Couture Arthur, carpenter and joiner Couture Edouard, farmer COUTURE JOSEPH, general merchant, 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

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

grist mill

Desforges Charles, spinner Desforges Joseph, laborer Dubuc Joseph (N. & J. Dubuc)

CHURCH OF
DES ANGES,

NOTRE DAME
rev.

H. Balthazard,

Dubuc Napoleon (N. & J. Dubuc) Dubuc N. & J. (Napoleon and Joseph

parish ))riest Clouatre Pierre, foreman at Couture's

Gamache

Dubuc), masons and contractors Francois, tanner

saw mill Courville Z^phirin, farmer

GAUVIN MRS.
and farmer

M.

0-, postmistress

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
— ALSO —
Containing four run of stones, and of
sufficient capacity to
fill

MILL,
all

promptly the orders of

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
1^*" With ample
facilities,
fill all

GENERAL STORE.
and the most modern improved appliances, orders in the above in a manner to ensure

we

are in a position to

satisfaction.

10-4

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI

ST.

CHARLES DE STANRRIDGE
JNormandin
Lsaie,

—STANBRIDGE EAST.
tanner

Gervais Leandre, carder Gervais Leon, proprietor Hotel St Charles Hamel Napoleon, farmer Hotel St Charles, Leon Gervais, proprietor

RIED

Lebeau Charles, tannery
Labelle Godfroy,
tor
bailiff

and collector
notary, collec-

LABELLE JOSEPH,
prompt returns made

and secretary-treasurer school municipality of Notre Dame des Anges. Accounts collected and
Larochelle Napoleon, farmer Mailhot Mrs. Edward, widow, farmer Menard Theophile, sen., blacksmith and horseshoer Mdnard Theophile, jun., blacksmith Messier Frangois, farmer Messier Louis, farmer

J. J. (Joachim, sen., and Joseph Ried). Established 1869. Builders, contractors, carpenters and joiners, Contracts taken for the erection 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 Village 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

Morin Etienne, weaver

STANBRIDGE EASTto Sheldon, connects with the Portland and Ogdensburg 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 Bingham, who, about six months after, formed a partnership with Hiram
in the state of

The Montreal, Portland and Boston Railway runs from Montreal
Vermont, where
it

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 considerable 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 Uninvited visitors are said to be unwelcome, and, when of publication. 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 whence they came. The but witlioat an invitation to call again mit)ds 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 The principal manufactories in Slanbridge East all that space permits. are two large tanneries and an excellent grist mill, besides these there In the Stan bridge East tannery, which are others of minor importance. 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 The proprietors, .Messrs. Welch & Hall, have leather tanned every year. 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 Both the-e establishments are for the manufacture of just mentioned. The other tannery is owned by Dunn Bros. It is situated sole leather. 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 proprietors 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. bds, boards; do, same place or same street; b, hou-se. Abbreviations used: Street is understood ; example post office, Water, means Water street. Note,

Allen George, tinsmith, near Bros.' tannery American House, Joseph H.
proprietor,

Dunn
Earl,

Baker John, Water

BAKER JOHN

C

,

banker,

late

Water

Anderson 0.

R., tinsmith and roofer, dealer in stoves and tinware, Water,

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,

resides Riceburg road

Ayer James, farmer. Maple Babeux Fran§ois, tanner

Maple

,

106

COrNTT OF MISSISQUOI
Albert, laborer,

— STANBRIDGE

EAST.

Boomhower
Borden

ZSielson, laborer,

Briirgs E. J., retired.

Maple Maple Water
CO., dealers in

Gardner Lester, Water

GORDON WILLLA.M
Missisquoi,

H.,

bailiff

BRIGGS J R &
,

Superior Court and crier, &c., of the Circuit Court for the County of

boots and provisions, groceries, shoes, hats and caps, patent medicines, etc., also bakers, all articles sold at the lowest cash prices

Maple

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
I, >t James Church, (Church of England), Maple Corey Benjamin, farmer. 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., dressmaker, 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

CONSTANTINE REV-

road

Hibbard Frank, civil engineer, bds at American House Corey 3Ioses, farmer, Maple Hodge George, farmer, Maple Cornell Charles H., carpenter and Hodge Mrs. Mary, widow Abram, carria^'emaker, Maple Maple CORNELL EDWIN, advocate, flourmi 11 owner and land proprietor, Hoiloway Eichard, farmer, .Maple Jackson rev. Samuel (F. Pierce & Co.), office and residence Maple Water Cornell Mathew S., farmer Jones J. M., postmaster and grocer, Cornell .Mrs. Prudent, widow Simon Water, h Frelighsburgroad H., Maple Johnson Simon, beam hand at Welch Cornell Z. E., law student, Maple & Hall's tannery Crothers William, M.D., Water, bds Kemp Henry, farmer. Water at American hotel Lachapelle Olivier, laborer. Maple Currie Larkin, farmer Lacource Joseph, laborer Delaney Daniel, laborer, Maple Lanthier A., dry goods, boots, shoes, District School No. 2, township of Miss Anna Phelps, &c., and merchant tailor, Water, h Stanbridge, Rice burg road teacher BROS., (Michael and Edward LAROCatlE ALFRED, general blacksmith and horse shoer. All desF. Dunn), tannery, manufacturers of criptions of work in ihe above, inbelting and slaughter sole leather cluding repairs, done in the best and Dunn Edward F. (Dunn Bros.) cheapest manner. Horses well and Dunn James C, ioreman at Dunn carefully shod, near Dunn Bros.' Bros.' tannery tannery Dunn Michael (Dunn Bros.) Martin Ebenezer, retired Dunn Thomas, engineer Earl Joseph II., proprietor American McGregor J. M., notary and law commissioner. References, BuchHouse, Water anan (Q.C.), and Baker, (Q.C.), Eden Mrs., widow, Maple Sweetsburg, P.Q.; Jas. O'Halloran, Fortin Edouard, baker

DUNN

GILMOUR A
battalion,

H.,

lieut-col.

60th

and director Montreal and Vermont junction railway

Q.C., Cowansville, P.Q.; E. Cornell, advocate, Stanbridge East, office and

residence Maple,

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI
Marlin Napoleon, clerk

— STANBRIDGE

EAST.

lUV

MfKenny
tannery

Ira, roller at

Welch &

Hall's

Potvin Edward, tanner Pratt Archibald, laborer Pratt Charles, foreman at
ILdl's tannery

Welch k

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-

Pratt Napoleon, painter. Maple Pratt rheodore, jun., carpenter and
joiner Pratt Theodore, sen.

Sup'y Missisquoi House, Mrs. O. M. Harvey, proprietress. Maple ^loore Josiah, cabinetmaker, Maple Howard, laborei-, near Mury:atroy Dunn Bros.' tannerv
.son,

assistant pastor,

Khicard Samuel Richardson rev.

F.,
J.

butcher. Water E. (resides at Fre-

lighsburg). pastor Methodist Church of Canada

ROBERT CHARLES,
maker.
Boots and

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

boot and shoe 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
ne>s

PHILIP,

saddle and har-

Palmer Lyman, Water Palmer Lyman

cai-penter and joiner,

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

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 Stanbridire

SCAG-EL

E-

J., dealer in

dry goods,

groceries, provisions, boots and shoes, hats and caps, hardware,

PIERCE F.. &
and
booksellers

CO. (Frederick Pierce Samuel Jackson), hardware

merchants, chemists and druggists,

crockery, glassware, lamps, &c., Maple, h do Scagel Hanson, laborer Scagel Mrs, Eliza, widow Jaraes,Maple Scagel William
Si me

and stationers, dealers in hardware, paints, oils, glass, &c., drugs and chemicals, perfumery and
books, stationery, paper hangings, groceries, shoe Special lines, hardtindings, &c. ware and drugs, Water Pierce Frederick (F, Pierce & Co.),
toilet
articles,

James,

blacksmith and

horse

shoer.

Water
John

STANBRIDGE ACADEMY,
C. Baker, secretary-treasurer

STANBRIDGE
NERY.

^

EAST

TAN-

Water
Pike Eiver
Valley Cheese factory, Jared Hawk, proprietor, Eiceburg road

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,

Plumridge Joseph, laboi'er. Maple Pos^ Felix, engineer at Welch & Hall's tanneiy Post ofl&ce, J, M, Jones, postmaster, Water

Maple Sweet Wilmot,

laborer, Majjle

Tenaglio Noel, tanner Tree George, farmer. Maple Unwin John, masoo

108

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI— STANBRIDGE EAST

—STANBRIDGE RIDGE.

James, painter, carpenter and joiner Van Antwerp James, blacksmith,
Frelio;hsbui-cf

Yalentine

bridge East and Frelighsburg tanneries, manufacturers of sole leather

road
(I.

WELCH & HALL,
H.
C.

Hall),

proprietors

A. Welch and Stan

Welch I. A. (Welch & Hall) Westover Albert, laborer, Maple Westover Edward, farmer, Water Wood Horace E., jx)st office clerk

STANBRIDGE RIDGEA
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
Co.

Loynes Charles, blacksmith
B.

Macnamara Edinoud, farmer
Martindale Martindale Martindale Martindale Martindale Martindale Martindale Martindale

Baxter George, agent Brome Organ Calvey Daniel, farmer Calvey Mrs., widow, farmer Corey Arthur, farmer Corey Benjamin L., farmer Corey Henry, farmer Corev Lafayette, tarmer

Aaron, farmer Abel, farmer Ai'i, farmer Azro, farmer Curtis, farmer
Florien, trader

COREY LINDOL,
surveyor

provincial land

Corey Luther,

J. P.,

farmer
schoolteacher
tailoress

COREY MERVIND.,
Corey Miss Elizabeth, 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

John, farmer Noble, postmaster McGovern Patrick, farmer Murray James, bh^cksmith and farmer Post office. Noble Martindale, postmaster 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.
is distant from Bedford, the chef-lieu of the county, 2 miles Malmaison 3, Eiceburg 6 and Stanbridge East 7 miles. Mails twice a day from Montreal and by the Stanbridge East stage route from
;

Stanbridge Station

Dunham

11,

;

other points

dail}-.
;

Population about 300.
j

Abbreviations used mont Railway.

Adv, advertisement

bds, boards, C.

V. R. Central Ver-

1

1

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI
Alexandre Abraham, butcher Arpin Victor, hiborer

— STANBRIDQE

STATION.

109

LAMOUREUX
school

Beck

Mrs. teacher

LycHa,

district

Benoit Edmond, carriairemaker

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

Bonneau Alfred, shoemaker Bonneau Jean M.
Brault Leandre. section man C V.E. Brault Napoleon, laborer Brault Pierre, stone mason Central House, Phillip Hauver, proprietor

LANDRY

Central Vermont Railwaj', William Moriran, station a^^ent Couture Lazaire, photoijraphic artist

Cyr Jean Baptiste, farmer Demers Charles, temperance
tor

hotel

Excelsior Hotel, Noel Lague, proprie-

Godreau J., striker C.V.R. repair shop Godreau Julien, boot and shoe maker Harmon Frank, United States Commercial Hotel
agent,

bds

at

Excelsior

Hastings H. A., farmer Hastings George M., baggage master
C.V.R., bds at Excelsior Hotel Hauver Phillip, proprietor Central

ISAIE, dealer in fancy and staple dry goods, hats and caps, boots and shoes, groceries, provisions, crockery and glassware, coal embracing a full oil, lamps, &c., 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 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-

MARCOUX

teed
Ma}', hotel

See

Adv page

1

MARTIN ARON
1880),

R.

(from

1st

House
Hebert Benjamin, section man C.V.R. Hubert Noel, section foreman C.V.R.

Martin's (now Lafleur's). This hotel having lately been repaired and furnished, guests will find first-class
proprietor

HUGRON EUSTACHE,

accommodation
Missisquoi Flour

general blacksmith, carriage ironer and horse shoer. For the best of work, including repairs, at the lowest Horses careprices, give me a call.
fully shod.

Depot,
E.,

Charles P.

Taylor
Mitchell

Homer

physician and

All

work warranted

to

give satisfaction

surgeon Molleur Pascal Montreal Telegraph agent

Co.,

Henry Ross,

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
,

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

Lafrance Narcisse

Reaves Francois, carriagemaker
Excelsior

Lauue
Hotel

Noel,

proprietor

ROBINSON CHARLES H,

proprietor Stanbridge Station Marble

Lamere Fran§ois X., laborer Lam^re Mrs. M^dard Lamoureux Francois, hay dealer, bds
at Excelsior Hotel

works. See Adv page 1 1 Ross Henry, agent Montreal Telegraph Co. Scott A. H.

no

COUNTY OF MI8SISQU0I
B-,

—STANBRIDGE STATION—STANBURT.
in

SELBY

postmaster, dealer
salt,

flour, grain,

claj)-boards, lath,

All goods warranted as repre&c. sented. Terms strictly cash. See Adv opposite page

Stanbridge Station and Henryville Stage line, Pierre Girard, Henryville, proprietor

SENESAC BROS.
Henri
goods,

(Louis

K

STANBRIDGE STATION AND STANBRIDGE EAST STAGE
LINE, William TurnbuU,
toi-

and

proprie-

tienesac), general merchants, dealers in fancy and staple dry

hats and caps, boots and shoes, groceries, provisions, crockery and glassware, shelf and heavy

STANBRIDGE STATION MARBLE WORKS, Charles H. Kobinson, proprietor.

See Adv opposite
flour depot

hardware, paints, lamps, itc.
at

oils, glass,

coal

oil,

page Taylor Chs. P., Missisquoi Taylor James N., retired

Senesac Henri (SenesacBros.), resides

Malmaison

SENESAC JACQUES,

general merchant, dealer in every article kept in a first-class general store, opposite the Central Vermont Eailway Station See Adv opposite page
.

Therien Augustin, laborer Thei'ien Gedeon, laborer Thdrien L., section man C.V.R. Therien Noel, laborer
Therien
Z.,

farmer
carpenter
Mrs.,

Tremblay Tremblay

J.,

widow Peter

Senesac Louis N. (Senesac Bros.) Stackpool Michael, foreman C.V.R.
repair shop

STANBRIDGE STATION AND DUNHAM STAGE LINE, William Turn bull, proprietor

propriator Stanbridge Station and Dunham Stage Line, and Stanbridge Station and Stanbridge East Stage Line, also livery United States Commercial agent,

TURNBULL WILLIAM,

Prank Harmon

STANBURY-

A post office
lieu

Distant from Bedford, the chefin the township of Stanbridge. 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

'» twin.* *#**!) 9 <P»f^fe'fc, iMiI» i §m GROCERIES, PROVISIONS. WINES AND LIQUORS, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE,
Mi i

^ STAPLE

DRY iOoDS

PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
AND EVERY ARTICLE USUALLY KEPT
IN

A

Well Bought and Sold Cheap for Cash.

STANBRIDGH STATION

HAasLE
CHARLES
treif a aad
H.

waaics,
EOBINSON,

Manufacturer and Dealer in

Ammeaa
Tablets,
tels,

5

Monuments, Headstones,
&c.

Man-

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
All

Stanbridge Station, Quebec. 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 measurement, 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 continuously built upon Sweetsburg and Cowansville, present the appearance of one good-sized town i-ather than of two distinct villages.
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

Mr.

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

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, comprising the Counties of Missisquoi, Brome and Sheftbrd, the Court of Queen's Bench, Superior and Circuit Courts, and the Sessions of the Peace Besides the above there are County Cirfor the district being held here. 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 'i heir location is pleasant, being on in other sections of the Province, one side of a square, encircled with a row of trees, to which, as they having in the increase in size, every year they add additional beauty centre a very nice croquet lawn, the whole soon to be surrounded by stone It would naturally be posts, supporting (it is likelj') a chain fence. 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 Attached to the Sweetsentitled to rank with the best in the townships. burg House, of which Mr. Lappin is the proprietor, is a tine hall capable The interior decorations are in good of seating four hundred persons. One of the taste, and in size it is 66 x 36 feet, the height being 22 feet. 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 During the last five years it has been under the the cause of education. 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 Committee of Council on Education, and a diploma as a teacher of science and During the last art, signed by Kichard Redgrave, Eoyal Academician. five 3'ears 163 young persons have received instruction in the school, 15

weekly journal,

;

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 American

street

;

h. house.

House, G,

T. Batchelder,

Branehaud
joiner,

Edward,

carpenter

and

proprietor,

Main

Kim
retail boot

Archambeault Alfred, laborer, bds Main Baker hon. Geoi-ge B., Q.C. (Buchanan & Baker), M.P., county of Missisquoi. Main Batchelder G. T., proprietor American House, Main
J-, architect, contracbridge and general builder. References given when required. Main, near the Missisquoi High school. Post office address, Cowansville. See Adv page 45 Bell Miss Polly, bds Sweetsburg House Berard Theophile, boot and shoe

BRAY WILLIAM MOORE, wholeand shoe manuCountry merchants suplow 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. V., Q.C (Buchanan & Baker), Main Buck Frank, laborer, Main Budd William H,, carpenter and joiner, Main J. D-, captain and adsale

and

facturer. plied at

BELL JOHN
tor

C

maker, Main Boright C. H., general merchant and station agent South-Eastern Railway, Main, h do

BULMAN
jutant

79th

battalion.

Practical

watchmaker and
meters and
solicitor.

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 competition. Highest cash prices paid

jeweller, chronorack lever watches skil;

fully repaired

also,

Patents

countries

where marks and designs

patent right secured in all granted. Trade
registered, Main,

for butter, also agent Montreal Tele-

graph Company, Main, h do Boright Georire. retired, Main

h do Bur}- James, clerk, official assignee's office of Peter Cowan, bds at the

American House
S.>

BORIGHT MRS.

CURTIS

millinery and fancy good.-, Main Boucher Constantine, deputy protho-

Butler Miss Catherine, teacher district school Carlin James H., saddle and harness

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

maker. Main, h do Carpenter Mrs. Hiram, Main Channell David B., employee Passumpsic Railway, Main CHRIST CHURCH, Main, rev. T.

Bowker

Luke, saddle maker. Main, bds do
E., farmer,

and harness

W.

Fyles, rector

Church

Franklin,

carriage

painter,

Bowker M.

Main

Elm

114
Churcli Henry,

COUNTY OF MIS3ISQU0I

—SWEETSBURQ.
,

Main

CHURCH
LIMA,
priest

GALER GEORGE N
GALER
liner

bailiff

Sup-

OF STS ROSE DS

rev. J. B. S. St Oi.ge, parish

erior Court, district of Bedford and district n-iao;istrates' constable, Main milMRS.

GEORGE N

,

Circuit

Court, district of Bedford, Frederick T. Hall, clerk, oflBce Court

House
Clark Mrs. Elizabeth, widow Archibald,

and dressmaker. Main GoddardE. C. .general merchant, Main, h do Goodwin Louis D., deputy sheriff district of Bedford,

Main
Clerk of the Crown, district of Bedford, Frederick T. Hall, office Court

bds at American

i^ouse

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

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 0- N-, watchmaker and jewel-

,

HULL
ler,

COWAN PETER,

sheriff district of

lery, plated ware,

Bedfoid and official assignee for same, office Court House, Sweetsburg, resides Albert, Cowansville

dealer in watches, clocks, jewelfancy goods, &c., Hull's block, Main, Cowansville, h. Main. See Adv page 49

CROTHERS &DUFFY.(R.

A.

Jacobs Josejih, laborer, Main _Jokisch Hermann, principal Sweets-

Crothers, B.A., B.C.L., and H. T. Duffy, B.A., B.C.L.), advocates, barristers, &c. Collections promptly attended to, near the Court House,
also at Bedford

burg College, Main Jones Lafayette, bailiff Superior Court,
district of Bedford,

Kathan Kathan

C.

Main C, farmer, Main

Crothers E. A., B.A.,B.C.L. (Crothers &. Duffy), resides at Bedford

Miss Alice, organist Christ church Kemp Edwin, deputy prothonotary,

DES ROCHES DOSITHEE,

Main
Laporte Antoine, painter, Main

proprietor bweetsburg 'fannery, manufacturer of upper and harness leather. Custom work done at the

LaPPIN CHARLES,

proprietor

Des Roches

very lowest price. Main, h do 2s'ai-cisse, blacksmith and horse shoer, Main, h do District school, Miss Catherine Butler,
teacher

Sweetsburg House. Has been enlarged and improved, and is firstclass in all its arrangements. Good livery connected, Main Leclaire John, carriageraaker. Main McLoughlm Joseph A., inspector of
schools, district of Bedfoi-d

Doty
Duffy

Ira, hostler

Sweetsburg House
B.C.L, (Crothers

H

MISSISQUOI HIGH
&

SCHOOL

T., B.A.,

Uuffy), bds at

Duncan James, House
Farnan

l)ar

Sweetsburg House keeper American

(Church of England), visitor, the Lord Bishop of Montreal; rector, the rev. T. W. Fyles
Mitchell
chell), office

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
,

MONTREAL TELEGRAPH
Curtis
^Lain
8. Boi-ight,

Albert E. (Uacicot & Mitand residence. Main CO.,
agent, Main
E., boot

Moore Albert

and shoe maker,

MOUNTAIN JOSEPH,
all

dealer in kinds of confectionery, foreign
fruits,

and domestic
also

oysters, &c.,

barber

and hairdresser and

COUNTY OP MISSISQDOI

— SWEETSBURG—VENICE—DUNBORO.
Stone v.. butcher, Main

115

dealer in perfumery, toilet article?*, Balliniore celebrated The &c. oysters served up in every style during the season. Hotels and families supplied at the lowest market 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 proprietor S\veet>burg and Frclighsburg Stage Line, Main Pickle Simon T., stage driver, Main Plainondon J. B., bds at Sweetsburg

ST ONGE REV.
Streeter
Fred.,

J.

priest, residence at

B- S- parish church, Main

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 attention and be executed at the lowest prices.

First-class

work guar-

PICKLE EDWARD,

SWEETSBURG
.lokisch, principal

anteed.

^^:lin.

h

do

ATsTD

FRE-

LIGHSBURG STAGE LINE,

Edwai-d Pickle, proprietor Sweetsburg College, Main, Hermann

House

SWEETSBURG HOUSE,
pin, ])ro])i-ietor.

C.

Lap-

POST OFFICE

Main, Curtis S. Boright, postmaster Prothonotary, Frederick T. Hall, office Court House Racicot & Mitchell (Ernest Racicot, Q.C., and Albert E. Mitchell), advocates, offices at residences,

Ha^ been enlarged and improved, and is first-class in all its arrangements. Good livery connected, 3Iain

Sweetsburg

jail,

Norman

Vincent,

Main

SWEETSBURG tannery,
ther.

Racicot Ernest, Q.C. (Racicot & Mitchell), M.P.P., county of Missisquoi,
office and residence, Main Rhicard Charles E., carriagemaker, Elm, h do Robitaille Joseph, fai-mer, Depot road

Dositheo Dos Roches, propi-ietor, manufacturer of upper and harness lea-

Custom work done

at

the

ver}- lowest price, Main Vincent Norman, jailor
jail,

Sweetsburg

resides in the building
E..
bailiff

SHERIFFS OFFICE,
sheriff

district

of

Vincent N.

Superior court

Bedford, Court House, Peter Cowan,
Shufelt
Fuller, councillor. Elm

District of Bedford Washer S. S., laborer, near

Railway

G

J.P.,

farmer and
,

Depot Wyllie James,

South Eastern railway, C. H. Boright,
station ajrent

jun., operator Montreal lelegraph Co., bds with Curtis S.

Borighi, 3Iain

VENICE.

A post office

the parish of St. George de Clarenceville, Seigniories of Noyan and Foucauit, established for the convenience of the agricultural community 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.
in

DUNBORO'.
In

Dunham Township,
of

is

in its vicinity will be

not a village, but simply a post office. The farmers found in the Farmers' Directory of the Township

Dunham.

116

MONTREAL AND SWEETSBURG ADVERTISEMENTS.

•^

3

\T i\^

MANUFACTURERS,

Smitlx's Fall's, Ont.
MOWERS
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 f

ADVOCATES,
SwEETSBURG, P.Q.,
0- C. V.

&c..

BUCHANAN,

a.C.

Hon- GEO. B.

BAEEE,

Q.C.

TOWN OP
ST.

ST.

JOHXS.

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JOHNS.

of St, Johns, which lies at the south end of the town of St. Johns, on 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 Iroquoi 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 dislodged 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-

The Fort
the

left

quences.

During the American

War of Independence General Mo-ntgoniery, at the head of a 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 Plattsburg
disaster.

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 CathoPrevious to that, about 1813, by royal letters lic church built there. patent, the Anglican parish of St, James was founded, and in I8l9 the Protestants of this portion of the country saw the erection of the yet existing

No important

church.
railroad built in Canada from Laprairie, putting the communication with MontreaL During the rebellion in 1837-38-39, this place was made quite conspicuous by
St.
first

Johns saw the

locality in direct

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 terrible 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 secretary, who not only in this but in other instances also aflorded us much valuable assistance. With reference to the fire to which he alludes, the following

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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

:

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 superhuman efforts, Mr. F. Monneite saved his brick residence, and the new terrace of Mr. Ryder and Mr. Vaughan's dwelling also escaped, though the On Champlain street out-buildings fell a prey to the devouring element. on the east side, only a little cluster of houses are left standing at the head Osgood, Peirce, of the street. These were the residences of Messrs. 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 strucThe terrific hurricane carried burning shingles and even large tures. 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 Wfiile people were working fires within forty minutes of the tirst alarm. 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. Clement'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 (American 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 companies 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.

The lamentable

tire

TOWN OF
Speaking of newspaper.-*, the press

ST.

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119

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 in the year It w.as establis!)e rural papers of the Province of Quebec. 1848 by the late W. \Y. Smith, and for one year wa^ published at ounty of Missisquoi. It was then removed to St. Phiiipsburg in the Johns, wiiere it was for several years conducted by its foumler, and subThe News has a widespread sequently by his son, the present proprietor. 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.
i
t

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. 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 advertisements, though ot course the most profitable source of revenue, are restricted in a circumscribed limit of one-third the total space. The subscription 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 counties) 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 discontinued. Both thcfcC editions are carefully edited, the matter being varied and select, in crder to interest all classes of readers. As the circulation of these papers is very considerable in the populous section of country in which they are issued, they afford excellent opportunities of advertising to that portion of the business community who, in order to sell their

A

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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 establishment, containing every essential necessary for the production of fii'stclass 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. Although 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. Manufacturers, 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 establishments 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, howLouis Bou.squet,8aw ever, is at Iberville on the opposite shore of the river 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 services 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 seamTheir ample facilities, and thorough knowless balmoral and prunellas. 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,of which 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 posiIn tion to till orders in a manner certain to ensure thorough sati.sfaction. 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. It St. Johub is undoubtedly one of the very pleasantesi places in the Dominion. 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 Two sessions of the Court of of Iberville, of which it is the chef-lieu.

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121

Queen's Bench, holding criminal jurisdiction, three Sessions of the SupSt. erior Court and three of the Circuit Court are held here annuallj'. 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

is situated on the east side of Ihe river immediately opand is connected with St. Johns by a bridjj^e, on which a toll is Manj^ of the levied on all foot passengers, as well as vehicles, cattle, &c. 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 A railway bridge also poinl of view, would be beneficial to St. Johns. 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

of Iberville

posite,

the same period amounted to 8837,390. 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 aggregate of 2o,l8i' tons, Uesidcs 79o vessels from the Unite 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, 28 J 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 importance. 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 Anguilla 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 Being captured they a"e carried on shore and it is all up with iiiem. 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. annually. The proprietors are ?.fessrs. ThtiOutC, Goj-ette & Co., oi' Iberville.
!^408,972, while the expoi'ts for

The number

1

•.

St.

Johns is Corner

dis'.ji.c., ^''O-a

Abboi^t's

Corner 41^ miles, Adamsville

29|^,

Allen's

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.sburg 31-2-. Froso Village 49, Cranby 29, Koowlton 43, L'Acadie 6, Lacolle
23, Mansonvlile 57, Milton Corner 37, Marieville 12, 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. Cesaire 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.
18, 'i'Auge G.'.rdien

Mont

St.

Population about 5,000.
I

122

TOWN OF

ST.

JOHNS.

Abbreviations used: Adv, advertisement; bds, boards; C. V. R., Central Vermont Railway; do, same place orsame street G. T. R., Grand Trunk Railway 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 COOF CANADA. James O'Cain,
agent, 1 St George. See Adv page 149 Agricultural Society oi the County of Levi Ro}-, Lafct John>-, Laurent cadie, president Julius Woodworth, Eugene Lacolle, vice-president; Archambeault, St Johns, secretarytreasurer Allen Wm.. trackman, 16 Lemoine A]>IERICAN HOTEL, D. B. Bartlett, proprietor, lU, 12 and 14 RicheSee Adv page 125 lieu. Amiot Pierre, laborer, 34 Desala berry Ai'caud Michel, brakesman C.V.Ii., 47
;

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,

Albert

ARCHAMBEAULT EUGENE,

no-

tary, .'-ecretaiy-treasurer of the Municipal 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

BARTLETT

ARUN

BAUDOUIN

CHARjLES

(Cote, Arpin

&

blacksmith, ho)>e.shoer and gunsmith carriage ironing and all kinds of blacksiniths' 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 D- B-, proi)rietor Bartlett's Anierii-an Hotel, 10, 12 and 14 Richelieu. See Adv page 125 Basticn Hilaiie, carpenter, 20 Queen PH., cashier La Banque de St Jean, 87 Richelieu. See Adv
;

Co.), banker,

agent Delaware and
;

Hudson Canal Co.'s Eailway. Advances made on consignments collections made in all parts of Canada
and the United States, 71 Richelieu, h 74 Jacques Cartier

opposite page Bayard Keme, tailor, Desalaberry Bean John, crate maker, 61 Queen bookBeauclicmin Charles Henry,

keeper with Langelier & -Decelles, bds at St John's Hotel, 60 and 62
Kicheliea

AEPIN EDOUARD
J.

(successor to 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.

Bcauchemin

Eli, laborer, 7

Duchene

Beauvais David, dry goods, groceries, &c., 124 Richelieu, h 122 do

BEAUDRY JOSEPH,
Richelieu

proprietor

See Adv opposite page Arpin Francois, clerk, 28 Champlain Arpin Joseph, laboier, 28 Champlain

Montreal Hotel. First-class house. Meals at all houi's, 121 and 123

Attenborough

Asselin Zephirin, 7 Albert M., joiner, 58 Champlain

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.,

AUBRY

REV. FORTUNAT,
Jacques Cartier

par-

ish prie>t, b2

AuciairiMichel, plasterer, 11 U St James Audelin Antoine, hostler, 7U St James Audelin Antoine, laborer, 36 DucbSne

74 Queen

Bedard Francois, milkman, 133 Albert

,

ST.

JOHNS ADVERTISEMENTS.

123

EDOUARD ARPIN,
BOOKSELLER
(Successor to J.
V..

CARSON),

PICTURE

ESTABLISHED 1859.

FRAMING
In
all its

GunS'
DEALER
IN

branches.

Revolvers. Razors,
&c.,
&c.,

Boats,

Berlin

Guns^
Fishing

&c.

Wool,

Fancy
Goods,
&c.,

Wall Paper
A SPECIALTY,

Tackles
AMD

36

Richelieu

Street,

BOOKS
To Rent.

&c.

St. Johns, P.Q.

LA BASQUE D£ ST. JEAN,
Head Office
Branch at
Napierville, P.O.,

St. Johns, P.Q.
.

.

M. CATUDAL, Manager, Bank
Messrs.

Montreal Correspondents, " York

of Monteeal,

New

SwiTHEns & Watson.

GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. AMERICAN CURRENCY BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Drafts issued on
Drafts on

MONTREAL

and

NEW
;

YORK.

PARIS, France

;

LONDON, England

SAN FRANCISCO, &c
REJTIITTKD FOR.

furnished on application.

COIiLKCTIONS

PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AND

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 prothonotary, deputy clerk of the Circuit Court, Peace and Crown, resides at
Iberville

Biron Louis, engineer, 119 St James

BISAILLON AIKLABLE,

proprietor

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.,) boarding house, 35 St Charles B^lnnger Mrs., widow, 80 Jacques
Carlier Belle Joseph, blacksmith, 93 Champlain, 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),

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., See Adv 13, 15 and 17 Richelieu. opposite page Bisson rev. M vicar Church of St John the Evangelist, (R. C), 82 Jacques Cartier BissonnetLe Jean Baptiste, clerk and landing waiter, customs, 22 Lon,

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

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.

square Black Henderson

(J.

& H.
H.

Black), 64

Champlain Black John Champlain

(J.

&

Black),

64

BLACK
der.-.on

J.

&

H. (John and Hen-

Hair cutting, shaving, shampooing, &c., done in the best mimner. Whiskers, &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

Black), merchants and private bankers, 6 St James Black Mrs. John, 64 Champlain Bienvcnu Amable, moulder, 22 St

John
Boivin Jean, bookkeeper, 63 Jacques
Cartier

John

Boivin Josepli, potter, 109 St Jamea

ST.

JOHNS ADVERTISEMENTS.

125

TAS.

BISSETT,
(ESTATE LATfi)
Manager,

JOHN DONAGHY,

GTJ ^TOIS/L I3COXJS
AND

COMMISSION BROKERS,
DEALERS IN

COAL,
15

WOOD,
BRICKS,
&c.,

13,

&

17 Richelieu Street, ST. JOHNS. P.Q.

BABTLiTFS
lo,

12

and

14

AIVIEBJO^^N HOTEL, RICHELIEU STREET,
.

^

Nearly opposite the

Custom House,
-

.

St.

Johns, P.Q.i

D.

B.

B..1RTLETT,
nnmber
of Guests.

-

Poprietor.

A First-Class House in ever7 respect, -with Excellent Accommodation for a large
Charges Moderate.
St.

Johns

is

the

most itlightful spot on the Richelieu, and, as a pleasant and healthy
Resort,
is

Summer

unsurpassed.

J.
J5$taplo

A.

LOMME,
lUPORTEB OF

~

find.

'tPftncy Tyry Croods,

HARDWARE,
Groceries, Provisions, Wines, Liquors, &c., WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL, 126 and 128 RICHELIEU STREET, ST. JOHNS, K@~ ONLY ONE PBICE.
P.Q.

126

TOWN OP

ST. JOHNS.

Boivin

J. T. (J. T. Boivin Eichelieu

&

Co.), 101

Bouchard
Albert

Napoleon,

kiln-man,

29

BOIVIN
and

dealers in watches, Watches, jewellery, &c. clocks, clocks and jewellery promptly and skilfully repaired :it low prices, 58 Richelieu Boivin Louis, carter, Sl Thomas near

J. T.r jewellers,

&

CO.. watchmakers

Bouchard Pierre, express driver, 17 Jacques Canicr BOUCHER CHARLES, manufacturier 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 Desa la berry
;

Duchene
Boivin Moise, butcher, 77 St James Boivin Mrs. A., widow Charles, 40 Jacques Cartier Boivin Pierre, batcher, St Johns Market, h St Peter near St James Boivin Pierre, watchman, 60 St John carpenter, 45 Theodore, Boivin Jacques Cartier Bonin Jean, bookkeeper, 63 Jacques
Cartier Bonin Joseph, 35 Champlain Bonin Joseph (Farrar& Bonin), travelling agent, 43 St George Bonin Mrs. Hector, 63 Jacques Cartier

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 Jacques 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

Bonin Mrs. M., widow, 50 Albert BONNEAU A- proprietor St CharA large house kept in a les Hotel. good style, with superior yard and accommodations, 40 St etable 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 superintendent 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 corner St. Glass Works, Queen George, h 54 Jacques Cartier Bouchard Benjamin, laborer, Jacques
Cartier

Boudreau Boudreau

>Joise, joiner,

St Peter Boutford Joseph, shoemaker, Allen Boutfbrd Napoleon, shoemaker, 26 St
Zephirin,
laborer,

33 Grant 56

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
tor,

ISAAC, propriepublisher 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

Bouchard Charles, kiln man, bds 17 Jacques Cartier Bouchard Edouard, policeman, 10 Market square Bouchard Joseph, laborer, rear 14 Jacques Cartier

foreman " Le Jean, Franco-Canadien" office, 26 Duchene Bourguignon L. Hormisdas, clerk and Le Franco-Canadien, 26 agent

Bourguignon

Bouchard

J. E. Z., district of Iberville,

deputy sheriff, Champlain

Bouchard Louis, laborer, 33 Desalaberry

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
Bousquet David, carpenter, Allen near

ST,

JOHNS.

127

Lemoine
Bousquet George, blacksmith, 109 St
Peter

Bousquet Narcisse. 7 Market square

BOUbQUET LOUIS,
and dealer
in

raanufacturer

lumber of all kinds, doors, blinds, windows and mouldings of all sizes, factory 1 and 3
Richelieu, office 6 Richelieu, Richelieu. See Adv page 131 Boutin Luc, laborer, 41 Grant

h 3

BROSSEAU
milliner}^

Bowers Samuel,

potter, 66 Albert

St Johns 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,
E., proprietor

BOWLER

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 W.. wholesale and retail dealer in fanc}- and staple dry goods, hosier}-, carpets, oilcloths,
&c.,

Rockingham

bonnets, flowers, K. Butterick & Co. 'a raetro])olitan fashions, 83 Richelieu, h do See Adv page 5
hats,

agent

BROUILLET

N-, manufacturer

and

81 llichelieu

Boyer Joseph, hairdresser, 90 Champlain, h 18 St

James

Boyer Jules (Boyer & Sene, agents),
47 Jacques Cartier Bo3-er Louis, potter, 85 St James Roj'ne Mrs. Jane, 45 Jacques Cartier Brais Paschal, carpenter, 52 Queen Brault & Siraard (Remi Brault and Pierre Si mard), dry goods, 93 and 95 Richelieu Brault Laurent, gravel roofer, 11

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 shortest notice. 77 Richelieu, h do Brouillet Mrs. Jean, 58 Desalaberrj^ Brown Fred H.. clerk C.V.R., bds at Lefebvre's, 162 Richelieu

Buck
j

F., lumber dealer, 108 Champlain, bds at Richelieu Hotel, 10 and

i

12 St Geori^e

1

BUREAU DE LA CORPORATION,
Jacques
Cartier,
S.

i

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

I

I

Grant

I

BRAULT
page 6
Brault
Brault

p. L., St Johns Gallery of Art. 181 Richelieu, h do. See Ado

i

I

Cartier

Remi (Brault & Simard), 52

Grant
T., laborer, 56 Queen Brennan Bartholomew, clerk G.T.R.,

Camaraire Alfred, butcher, St Johns Market, h 84 St Charles Camaraire C. A., butcher, St Johns
Market, h St Charles

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

Camaraire Henri, butcher, St Johns
Market, h 33 St Charles Camaraire Joseph, saddler, 54 Desalaberry

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

CENTRAL VERMONT RAILWAY, B. Fu.voye, superintendI.

Geo' ge.

S'^e

Adv page 149

CANADA HOTEL,
mej<l.> at all

li'-si-dass house; hours; li. Forgue, proprietor. 177 and 179 K'clie''eu

C. Futvoye, tickei agent, Lemoi'ie Cercle Liheiaiie de St. Jean, S. C6(6,

ent

;

G.

president

CANADA HOTEL,
prO(»ieiO'.

17

St

Ee'iveau, G.biiel, coiuer
laboier, 32

Aime

Chagnon l-rrn^O's, James opposite Co
factory

bricklayer,
e,

St
Co.'s

Arpin &

Ste. There.«e, 3Ioni'eHlJ

Chagnon Hon. H. W., judge
Court
DiNti-ict

Suj)erior

Carbooneau Frs.

Xavie-.-,

CARREAU & BERNIER

(Josepl.

P. Carreau and T. Alired Bern-er)^ advocates. Practice also in the Courts of the District of Bedford, G9 Jacques Carlier Carreau Joseph P. (Carreau & Bernier), mayor of St Johns, 10 Chauiplain Cartier Alexis, town inspector and chief of police, office Jacques Caitier,

of Iberville. <hambers pt Court House, 44 8i Chai les, h4 Eiverside ''erL-ue, Cha.mplain Chagnon Josej)h, contractor, 37 St Janies

CHAG-NON Ov
unden-.-.hei-,

dealer in all descrip''ons of furniture, upholsterer and

53

Eichelieu,

h

St

h 48 Grant
Cartier Alfred, barkeeper [Rational Hotel, 23 Market square Cartier Henri, bricklayer, St Paul

James opposite CoL^, Arpin & Co.'s factory. F^ee Adv opposite page Chambly Canal Toll Office, Jules Quesnel, collector, 94 Champlain
Champr.gne
Albeic

Henri,

shoemaker,

60

CHAPUT & BOUCHER,
(i.ouis

agents

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 A-, St John's Billiard Eoora, restaurant and oyster saloon; two first-class billard tables, aUo pool table, best of wines, liquors, &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., president 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 satisfaction, 64 St Janies, h do Catudal Jacques, 35 St John Catudal W., carriageraaker, 64 St

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,moulures. etc., entrepot, St Thomas et Duchene, bureau, St. Thomas, coia

CASTELLETTI

DeSalaberry

CATUDAL EDOUARD,

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 (Charbonneau & 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

James
Cuulfield Mrs.

Rachel,widow rev. Hans, 73 Champlain

ST.

JOHNS ADVERTISEMENT.

129

O.
DEALT^R IN ALL

CHAGNON,
ST.

JOHNS,

P.Q.,
DESCRIPTIONS OF

jO^

fffiijl

Mi
In the hitept styles \nd of the best workmanship), begs to the attention of intending purchasers to his
IjARGJB
call

^ND OHOIOX: ASSORTinEXT OP

Consisting of every article required for

tlie

Parlor, Dining

Room,
offers at

Library,

Bedroom and Kitchen,
on tbe shortest notice

Which he

PPJCES TO SUIT THE TIMES.

Articles not nsualJy kept In Stock fnrnl«>lied to order

Mattvesses of

all

descriptions kept on hand.

Fictuure FrcuntrLg dorte trc
rOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.

every

styla.

XJISTIDiarLT J5LI5LI IST €3r

Spf.cial

Attention paid to Undertaking.
niin yy<iimd

FUNERALS PERSONALLY SUPERVISED.
zk-m
iBf^jjini,

md §mimd BaiktU
in ihe

und

Baffin^,

Shrvudi

und uU

oiheji

M^uUiM

UndzHakin^ huiimi^ iupjilkd.

130
Charelte Mrs. Mary, widow

TOWN

OP

ST.

JOHNS,

B., opposite Cole. Arpin & Co.'s factory Charlai.d A. N. (Charland & Marchaiid), 2 Longueuil corner St

CLERK OF THE CROWN, CLERK OF THE PEACE
of
Il)ervl|le, Cha.-I.in
I

District

of Iberville, Charland & Marchand, Court Hou-e. 44 St (.'harlcs
District

Charles Charlton George

&

^larchand.

R.,

112 Champlain

haboier, 84 St Peter D., laborer, 42 St Charles Chartier Alexis, huckster, Market

Charron Charron

B.,

Court House. 44 Si Charles Henry, stone burner, 98 Jacques Cartier Comeau Mde. J. B., milliner and

Comeau

square, h Grant near St Paul Chartier Francois, carpenter, 4 Desala 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

at

millinery goods, 135 Richelieu, bds Montreal Hotel, 121 and 123 Richelieu

COMMERCIAL UNION INSURANCE CO., of London, William
Coote, agent, 2 St James.
opposite

See Adv

Car tier,
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

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 of Longueuil,
vice-president La Banquede St Jean, 29 St James, h Victoria general insurance agent and official assignee for the district of Iberville, 2 St James, h 37 Longueuil. See Ado opposite

CIRCUIT COURT,
ville,

clerk,

Charland & Court House, 44 St Charles

District of IberMarchand, joint

COOTE WILLIAM,

CITIZENS INSURANCE

CO-

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 seamless hosiery, 110 Champlain, h 77
(tire,
life,

CANADA

OP

page Cordeau Louis, laborer. 49 St Peter

CORPORATION, OFFICE
THE, Jacques Cartier,
secretary-treasurer
S. Cot^.

OP
town

COTE,
James

ARPIN &

CO. (Charles

Grant Clement F. X. (E. McConkey

&

Co.),

Arpin and J. B. Ijalime), wholesale boot and shoe manufactui-ers, St
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

CLEMENT

99 Richelieu Clement Joseph, clerk, 67 Desalaberry Clement J. E., general merchant, .61 and 63 Richelieu, h 30 Longueuil 0- G-., fashionable merchant (ailor, dealer in French, English, Scotch and Canadian tweeds and gents' furnishing goods. Fitting and stylo warranted at very low prices, 72 Richelieu, h 67 Desalaberrj

James
Jean Baptiste. foreman Cote, Arpin & Co.'s factory, 118 St James Cote Julien, clerk with Langelier &
Cote
Decelles

BT.

JOHNS ADVERTISEMENTS.

131

WILLIAM COOTE,
AMD

Official

Assignee for the District of
-

Iberville,

2 ST.

JAMES STREET.
Represents at
St.

ST.

JOHNS,

P.Q.

Johns and throughout the District the following

FIRST-CLASS
POYAL
NORTHERN
SCOTTISH IMPERIAL SCOTriSH COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL UNION

INSURANCE COMPANIES,
VIZ:—
of Liverpool and London. of London, Eng. of London and Edinburgh.
of

PHOENIX NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE

Aberdeen and London. ot Glasgow.
of Glasgotr. of London, Eng. of Edi-ibnrgh. of London, Eng.

STANDARD
IMPERIAL

(Life)

LANCASHIRE
»,* All the them are

Manchester.

AMOUNT OF CAPITAL,

theaboveCompaniesoccupy the
and their

REA LLY JNSURED.

VERT FIRST RANK, fortbe EXTENT OFTHEIR BUSINESS, IMMENSE SURPLUS ou hand; and parties holding policies from

LOUIS
Manufacturier et Marcband de

BOUSQUET
Manufacturer and Dealer
in

Bois

Sciage de toute Espec9.

PORTES, CHASSIS, JALOUSIlS,
MOULURES, ETC.
Factory,
1

LUMBER of all kinds, DOORS, BLINDS, WINDOWS
IWoaldlnsTs, all sizes.

and 3 Richelieu Street.

Office,

6 Richelieu Street

ST. JOH?IS, p-q,

SIGN kND
Illuminated

SHOW GhRD
Cards, Crystal

WRITER^
Cards,

Show

Show

Window

Shades, &c.

Streamers written on short notice,

Window Tickets One Cent
131
J5!»t.

each.

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
Jame.s

St

COTE

S., sefM-ciaiy-tieosu.ei- of the town, and of the Catholic boaid of school <, office Jacques Carlier, h 31

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.,

Longueiii!

engineer C.V.R., 77

Coupul Mis^ Catherine, washerwoman,
111 Sl James Courtemanche Mrs. A. (D. Lefe'ovre & Co., and Mrs. It. Lcfebvre & Co.), Grani

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

COURT HOUSE AND
Et'ennet^Tuilhit, carelaivei

JAIL
and jailer,
dealer in
flour

44

Si Charles
pi'ovisions,

COURVILLE EUSEBE,
gi'oi-erics,

grain,

kinds of country produce, fresh .-^.id salt fish, dry goods, hard-

and

all

wai-e, p:iints, oils, glass, coal oil and lamps, (d)imneys, &c. lowes<^ prices
;

DAVIGNON & BROTHER (Amedee and
in

Amable Davignon),
and
fancy
oils,

staple

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 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

hardware, paints,
ries,

dealers goods, glass, groce-

dry

COUSINEAU

wines, liquors, &c., wholesale and retail, of which they have alway.s on hand a first-class stock at lowest prices, 82 Richelieu
A.,

Davignon

bookkeeper La Banque

de St Jean, resides at Iberville

Champlain Courteau Onesime, tailor, 35 Albert Couture Ale.xis, laborer, 21 Grant Couture Charles, laborer, 53 Desalaberry
Coutui-e Elzear, shoemaker, 53 Queen Couture bouis, laborer, St Paul op-

Davignon Amable (Davignon & Brother), 21 Grant Davignon Amed^e (Davignon & Brother), 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

CROTHERS REV. WILLIAM J.,
M.
A., pastor Methodir^t

Church of
24

Canada, resides at Longueuil

parsonage,

CUSTOM HOUSE,

E. D. Phillips, collector of customs, 23 Eichelieu

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 Merchants Bank of Canada, 27 Longueuil

Dolan Mrs. Matilda, widow Thomas, 75 Jacques Cartier Dolan Thumas, potter, 75 Jacques Car-

DO^MINION SOAP WORKS,
George
tn.eiMii^^sy, p'
c'"'.sive

opcelor, manutacsoaps, also l^oyal

of

Demers

Alexander

M.,

lai-kcepev

down and
Johi), h

Lau-ui- y

Bar

jso;

ps, (;8

St

United States Hotel, St James corner 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 Desalaberry

do
Estate

DONAGHY JOHN, mana; o
See Adv frige 125 Donaghy Pati-ick, grocer,
Cartier, h do

of the late James BissCit, lo, 15 and 17 Kichelieu,!) 45 Jacque.? Cariier.
57 Jacques

Donaghy

Deneau Narcisse, Deneau Narcisse,
near Albert

laborer, I Queen laborer, St Thomas
laborer,

liobert, bookkeeper, 57 Jacques ('artier Donnelly James, teacher, bds 35 St

Deneau

Pierre,

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

DOUGLAS R

James
Desjardins L., miller, 112 St. Peter Deslauriers Gregoire, laborer, 57 Le-

moine Destramps Lonis, machinist, 5 St John Destroismaisons Ignace, sewing machine agent, 90 liichelieu, h H4 St

Charles 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 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-

Doran

,

John

DEWAR

MRS. A., manufacturer, wholesale and retail dealer in confectionery, crackers and fancy biscuits, 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

chene Doyle Martin, laborer, 56 Desalaberry Doyle Mrs., widow, 56 Desalaberry Drumm William, freight and passenger 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

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

DUBOIS LOUIS,
and
dealer
in

merchant
gents'

tailor

furnishing goods; an assortment of seasonable goods always in stock, 120 Eichelieu, 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

Dupuy Louis, shoemaker, beny
7ii

60 Desala-

Duquet Joseph, professor of French,

Dubois Mrs. Mathilde, widow Louis, 22 Desalabeny Dubuc Henri, saddler with E. Poutre,
11
t?t

Duquet

James

Dubuc Dubuc

Louis, carpenter, 36 Albert Miss, 40 Charaplain Ducbesneau A., laborer, 28 St James

DUVAL

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 Champlain

Charaplain Joseph, shoemaker, 96 St Charles Duquet L^andre, shoemaker, 38 Queen Du^-sault Mrs., widow Pierre, 77 Albert L., dealer in all kinds of glassware, Crocker}', 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
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.,
at lowest prices

Dulude Joseph,

laborer. 62 Desalaberry

DUiNiN

(Sylvester i'unn and JoJm Maguire), manufacturing confectioners, also dealers in imported and domestic cigars, tobacco, pipes, pouches, &c., 175 Richelieu. See Ado page 8 Dunn Sylvester (Dunn & Maguire), 10

& MAGUIRE

94 Queen

Edmond Edouard,
John

saddler, bds 25 St

Elliott Robert F., night clerk C.Y.R.,

Longueuil

DUPLESSI3
& Raphael

E. BRO. (Elouild Duplessi^^, engineers, machinists, iron and brass founders, pattern and model makers, &c., 68 See Adv page 10 Grant. Duplessis Elouild (E.Duplessis & Bro.), 23 St Peter Duplessis Raphael (E. Duplessis & Bio.), 23 St Peter N-, carpenter, cabinetmaker and upholjoiiiL-r, sterer. Jobbi ng and general repairs in the above will receive special attention. All orders pi'omptly executed at low prices. Satisfaction guaranteed, 40 St Charles, bds 60

&

DUPREE GEORGE

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 Les chevaux sont ferres avec eoin. la plus grande precaution, 96 Champlain, p 31 Albert, coin St Charles Ethier Mrs. S., 31 Albert Excelsior Glass works, William F, Borland, manager, manufacturers of kinds of green glassware, 63 all 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

Desalaberry

Farnham John H., packer, 62 Albert Farrar Eben, engineer, 84 Queen Ferland Hubert, laborer, 50 Jacques
Cartier

Dupuis B., 5 Jacques Cartier Dupuis C, laborer, 24 Grant Dupuis dit Gervais Louis, shoemaker,
Desalaberry

Finley William, salaberry Flanders Alfred
17 St

lock-tender, 38
P,,

De-

engineer C.V.E.,
P.,

Dupuis Edward, engineer Dupuis Jacob, bailitt', 75 St James Dupuis Joseph, trader, 5 Longueuil Dupuis Napoleon, carriagemaker, 105 Champlain, h 74 St James

John
Alfred
ladies hair

Flanders Mrs.

dresser, 17 St John Foisy A., miller, 6 Cham|)lain

Fiosy Elziord (H. Foisy
plain, parish of St

& Co.), Cham-

Dupuy

Jacob, 60 Desalaberry

Johns

TOWN OF

ST.

JOHNS.

135
G. C, ticket agent CenKail way, Lemoinc, h

FOISY H & CO. (Hilaire and Elziord
,

FUTVOYE
tral

Foif<y), dealers in
full

groceries, provi-

Vermont

of which a assortment i-< co-istantly kept on hand at lo\ve;<t price^*, 6 Market squaie Foisy Hilaire (H. Foisy & Co.), 54 St
Bions, flour, grain, &c.,
.Jann's

21 St Charles

FUTVOYE
Cenlial

FONDEEIE CANADIE>fNE DE
ST JEAN,
prietor,
tiU

B., superintendent I. Vei-mont Railway and Waterloo and Magog Railway, office Railway station, Lemoine, h Jacques Carliei-, near 8t Geoige Gadbois Pierie, carpenter and builder,

Grant.

L^andre Lareau, proSee Adv page 10

143 St James Gagnon Fortunat, blacksmith, 40 St

For and Fr;ink, potter, bds 21 St James Forand .Joseph, laborer, 21 St James Forand Leon, tinsmith, 22 Duchene Forand Louis, potter-, 23 St James Petei", engineer Lake Forand
•'

Charles

Gtorge," bds 21 St James Forgue Felix, laborer, 55 Desalaberry

FORG-UE
Hotel.

L.,

proprietor

Canada

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

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

FOURNIER

J.

A.,

NP.,

notary,

Merchants Bank, 97 Jacques Cartier. hChamplain, near Eiverside terrace

Gaudreau Mrs. F., widow Edouard, 48 St John Gaudieau Thomas, tailor, 76 St James Gauthier Charles, shoemaker, 135 St

FRANCO CANADIEN
weekly and
weekly.

(LE),

tri-

James
Gauthier Magloire, 19 Grant Gauthier Napoleon, 36 ."•t John Gauthier Victor, restaurant, 17 Market square Gauvreau Moise, shoemaker, h Champlain

Isaac Bourguignon, proprietor, publisher and printer, 2 Market square. See Adv page 143 Frank John, G.T.R., bds 122 Champlain

Frechette Eusebe, joiner,
plain

18

Cham-

Gauvreau Pierre, boot and shoe maker,
153 Richelieu
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 C. 0., dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, &c., 167 Riche-

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 Chamolain

Gay Thomas, engine

GERVAIS
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 Desalaberry

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 Bartlelt's American Hoiel, 10,

at
lli

and 14 Richelieu
Gibb.s Walter, clerk C.V.R., 59

Queen

& 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, Willir.m Diumm, freight and o.issenger
Goold R. (R. Goold
iMrs. J. B., resides at the Ba'"-acks G."a..:oii W-ir^.m, fo-emin S:: -Joans

Gibson Mrs, Alice, widow James, 45
St Joiin

G '-anger

GILLESPIE &
takers,

CO., dealers in fur-

niture of alJ descriptions and under 119 Richelieu. See Adv. page 4 Gillespie Farnham (Gillespie & Co.), 74 8t John Gillespie Henrj', retired, 74 Champlain Gillespie John, potter, 76 St John Gilbert Robert, potter, 50 St Charles Gillespie William N., 74 St John A.D-, advocate, 108 Chc\ra-

S.one C

i'.i.'-wa e Co.,

37 Grant

G

ego' e J. B. U., cab'netin.ike-", 64
Aioe.-t

GIRARD

phun, h 112^ do
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 retail, 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
Girai-d

Giegoire Jean Baptiste, furniture dealer, 107 Jacques Cartier, h 64 Albert Gregoire Joseph, 42 Grant Guaise Ambrose, trader, 46 Desalaberry 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,
ies,

dealer in grocer-

provisions, wines, liquors, &c., cheap for cash, 17 St James, corner Champlain, h 7 St Thomas

Guilbert

Norbert, James, h do

grocer,

115

St

GUILLET
I

M.,

manufacturer

and

dealer in hats, caps and furs, wholesale and retail. Positively one price, he lowest. Sign of the black bear, 44 Richelieu, h 46 do
Guillot Etienne, jailer, l/ourt House, 44 St Charles

James
God:>i Moise, bnker, 2 Queen Godin Napoleon, potter, 65 Jacques

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 Champlain
R., foreman, 48 St Charles Hanna Mrs. Jane, widow Robert, 45

Carper Godin Noiberc,

ixikci-, pastry 65 Jacques Cactier Goodrow William H., baggagemaster

G. r.H.,

]

I

GOOLD
lei
j

R.,

Lemoine & CO. (R. Goold),
and

dea-

iu

.si.nple

fancj' groceries,

Hammond Henry
St George Harbor Masters'

wioei and liquors, fnv:^ sod confeciiooc:y,
cos,

oj^ters, wiio'ej-^le a'ld reUu'l, in seuoon, b/\x,- p'l^cs, lobnocigiivs

and smoker.,'

artiolo>,

agents for Canada
Attsocialion lieu

Wine Growers

naiive wine, 45 Riche-

15 Richelieu, harbor master Harding E. J., clerk Merchants' Bank of Canada, bds 162 Richelieu
oflSce,

J. K. Pinsonneault,

TOWN OF
Harrison John, night watchman, 88

ST. JOHNS.

137

Champlain

Harvey

telegraph operator C.V.R. SEN. (Central 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 Champlain Hubert Arthur, barkeeper City Hotel, 18 and 20 Market square Hubert Charles, laborer, 1-t Desala,

HAY MARCELLIN,

Howie Fred., clerk, bds 100 Richelieu Howie John, clerk, St Louis near
Champlain

Howie John, stoves and

tinware, plumber and roofer, 96 and 98 Richelieu, h 100 do Howson Thomas C, clerk G.T.R., 2 Riverside terrace, Champlain

F. p., editor La Voix dii Peuple. 52 St John Hudon Philadelphe, bookkeeper, 52 St

HUDON

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 Desalaberry Hubert Mrs. Louis, widow, 27 St Peter Hebert Napoleon, conductor C.V.R.,
bds at square
National
Hotel,

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

Market

IMPERIAL INSURANCE

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

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
,

Hinkson

HISLOP Mretail.

Miss, select-school L-, dealer in groceries,

tobaccos and cigars, wholesale and Cigars a specialty, opposite bank, 31 corner to Merchants' Richelieu, bds at F. Lefebvre's, 162 Richelieu Hoffman Edward, tanner, 53 Jacques Cartier Homond Ferdinand, packer, 29 Jacques 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

Johnston Alexander
traveller, 56

T.,

commercial

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,
Cartier

laborer,

23 Jacques

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

Champlain

Richelieu and Champlain

138

TOWN OF

ST.

J0HN3.

Knight John,

painter, 3 Albert Knic^ht We>lev, potter, 3 Albert

Lampen Henry,
St

chief clerk G.T.E., 98

John

LA BANQUi) DE ST JEAN,
office,

head

Johns, P.Q.. Branch at Napierville, P.Q., M. Catudal, ManCorrespondents, Montreal ager; Bank of Montreal New York do, Messrs. Smithers & Watson ; Drafts issued on Monti-eal and Kew York, drafts on Paris, London, San Franeisco, &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 CarSt.
;

LANCASHIRE

INSURANCE
im-

CO-, of Manchester, William Coote, agent, 2 St James. See Adv page 131

LANGELIER & DECELLES,

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 carding mill owner and grocery, 99 Champlain, h 22 Richelieu Langelier Joseph, clerk, 22 Richelieu Langelier Louis, printer, 22 Richelieu

tier

LANOEVIN & MONDAY

(Arthur

shoemaker, 11 Lacroix Edward, 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 Lafleur Isaac, jun., carpenter, 96 St

Langevin and 0. G. Monday), wholesale and retail dealers in readymade clothing, hats, caps and fui-s, 82 Notre Dame, Montreal, and 129
Richelieu

James

Langevin Arthur (Langevin & Monday), bds at Canada hotel, 177 and
179 Richelieu

James
Lalibert^ Lalibert4 Laliberte Lalibert^ Laliberte

gardener, 16 Grant Joseph, baker, 38 Duchene Marcil, laborer, 38 Duchene Miss Zoe, 30 Duchene Mrs. O., widow Louis, washerwoman, 60 St James Laliberte Mrs. Y., widow Joseph, 36
E.,

Langevin Fran 9018 Xavier, laborer, 18 Duchgne
office clerk, 78 St James Langlois Mrs. Theodore, 15 Grant Langlois Olivier, cabinetmaker, 32 St

Langlois Jer^mie, post

John
Langlois P., grocer, 78 St James, h do Lanier J. B. (Molleur, Lanier & Co.),
resides at Iberville

hostler, St John Lalime Jean Baptiste (Cote) Arpin & Co., and Seguin, Lalime k Co.), 30

Duchene Lalime Andrew,

Lanier F. X., high constable, crier of the courts, bailiff and collector, 49

LAMARCHE ZOTIQUE OVIDE
inspector of schools for Always at tiie district of Iberville. home on Saturday, 7 St John

HECTOR,

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 Desalaberry Lanciau Oliva, carpenter and joiner, 76 St Charles

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

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\limited;[

JOHN LOVELL,
Managing
Director.

ROBERT

K. LOVELL,
Secretary Treasurer.

Book aiid Job PumTiUG.
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AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF

EXECUTED WITH THE UTMOST DESPATCH, AT THE

i^^jji'

IjOu^est prices.

BLAUK AND
OF ALL

AGGOUITT BOOKS,
Day Books,
:

Ledgers, Journals, Cash and
SIZES,

MADE TO ORDER

BOUND

IN CALF,

(with or without Russia Bands,)

VELLUM OR

BASIL.

RULINGS-

TO ^ISTY PATTERN" REQUIRED-

Indices

Bound with

the Books, or furnished loose, as

may

be desired.

Bill Boohs, Letter Books, Invoice Books,

Guard Books,

Policy Books, Account

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
proprietor

ST.

JOHNS.

LAREAU LEANDRE,

Lebeau Joseph,
berry

laborer,

57 Desala-

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 &
Frost

SONS, (agents for Smith's Falls), agricultural implement warehouse, 33 College, Montreal. 0. Hubert, agent, See Adv page 116 St. Johns.
& Wood,
(Wil-

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

LAROCQUE & BOURKE,

liam La Rocque and Thomas J. Bourke), complete assortment of fancy and staple dry goods, tweeds,
doeskins, &c. broadcloths, tricots black and colored alpacas, cashmeres, fringes, embroideries, kid gloves, domestic patterns, &c., also paper hangings, Maison Eichelieu, block La Kocque, 113 Richelieu
;

James L'Ecuyer David, milkman, 41 Queen

L'ECUYER EDOUARD,
sec-treasurer

notary,

Societe Permanente de Construction du District d'lberville, 69 Jacques Cartier, h 107 St

La

La Rocque La Rocque

Basile, M.D., 62
C.

Grant H., passenger agent and
S.E.R.,

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, Charles
shoemakei-,

special solicitor of freight 82 Cham plain

LA ROCQUE
gist,

H-, chemist and drugpatent medicines of all kinds, perfumery, toilet requisites, &c. Prescriptions prepared with care and promptness, 109 Richelieu, h 62

St

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

Lefebvre D., & Co. (Mrs. A. Court emanche and David Lefebvre), boot and shoe store, 137 Richelieu Lefebvre David (D. Lefebvre & Co.), 137 Richelieu Lefebvre Fabien, boarding house, 162
Richelieu

LA SOCIETE PERMANENTE LEFEBVRE OLIVIER, dealer in fancy and staple dry goods and DE CONSTRUCTION DU DISmillinery, in which the stock is well TRICT D IBERVILLE, Edouard
L'Ecuyer, secretary-treasurer, 69 Jacques Cartier Latour Alexandre, carpenter, 100 St Charles Cyprien, blacksmith and Latour ploughmakei-, 81 St James, h 83 St
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 Champlain

James
Laurin Louis, blacksmith, 66 St John Lavigne Mathias, cabinetmaker, bds 64 Albert Lavoie Henri, laborer, 13 Albert

Lefebvre Mrs.

R.,

&
and

Co.

Courtemanche

Mi*s.

(Mrs. A. Rosalie

Lefebvre), milliners and dressmakers, 137 Richelieu

LA VOIX DU PEUPLE,

Roy

Lefebvre Mrs. Rosalie (Mrs. Lefebvre & Co.), 137 Richelieu

R.

Fr^res, ^diteurs-propri^taires, 88 Richelieu. Voir annonce page opposie

Leger Cleophas, telegraph repairer, Montreal Telegrah Co., 45 Grant

:

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14l

8T.

JOHNS ADVERTISEMENTS.

"

La

y oix
-

du Peuple
32 COLONNES,

GRAND JOURNAL HEBDOMADAIRE DE
PARAIT LE VENDREDI.

CIRCULATION

AUDESSUS DE 2j900.

ROY FRERES,
88

Prop,

Rue

Richelieu, St. Jea7t, P. Q,
PRIX DE L'ABONNEMENT

CANADA
La

SI. 50

-

ETATS-UNIS

$4.75,

circulation de

*'

La Voix du Peuple
les

" est considerable,

dans
C'est

ie District d'Iberville,

Cantons de I'Est
le

et les

Etats-Unis.

I'un des

journaux du Canada oiTrant

plus d'avantage a I'annon-

ceur.

L'etablissement de

'•

La Voix du Peuple"
;

est

pourvu de Types
et celerite,

et de Vignettes les plus varies

on y execute, avec gout

toutes sortes d'ouvrages d'imprimerie, i

B03 Prix

lafsristtrs a
la

ceus de Hoatrsa!.
la

Les ordres re^us par
tualite.

malle sont remplis avec

plus stricte ponc-

142

TOWN

OF

ST.

JOHNS.

LE FRANCO- CAN ADIEN,

tri-

MACDONALD & LOUPRET (L. G.
Macdonald, Q.C., and Charles Loupret), advocates, 27 Richelieu

weekly and weekly, Isaac Bourguignon, proprietor, publisher and printer, 2 Market square. See Adv
page Lemieux R., 20 Lenguenil
opposite

MACDONALD ALEXANDER,
100 Jacques Cartier

MACDONALD DUNCAN,
James
Charles
tailor.

Lemieux

R., pedlar, 41 St

private banker, 100 Jacques Cartier, h do

Leprohon James,

M.!)., 19 St

L'ESPERANCE CHARLES,
Gents' garments
styles

MACDONALD EDWARD

made
at

in the latest

promptly and

low prices.

Repairing, cleaning and dyeing very cheaply done, 47 Richelieu, h

C, proprietor St Johns Stone China-Ware Co., office St George corner Grant, and private banker, office 100 Jacques Cartier, h 100 Jacques Cartier See Adv page 13

34 Champlain Lessard Mrs. S., 56 St John
H., draw bridge keeper C. C.Y.B., Victoria L'Heureux Mrs. E., 94 Champlain L'Heureux The Misses (Adeline and Corine L'Heureux), milliners and

Lewis

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
flour,

dressmakers, 94 Champlain Lizotte Alphonse, joiner, 11 Duchene JOSEPH A., importer of fancy and staple dry goods, groceries, 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

LOMME

JAS-, wholesale grain and produce commission merchant, A\ St James, h 42 Longueuil. See Adv page 5
S.,

Macpherson John
gueuil

clerk,

42 Lon-

LONDON ASSURANCE
PORATION
1 St (Fii-e

COR

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

London, Eng., James
George.
See

of O'Cain, agent,
Life),

and

Adv page 149

LORD JOSEPH,

staple and fancy groceries, wines and liquors, wholesale 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

Man son W.
office,

LORRAIN LEON,

advocate, 2 Market square, at the oiRce of Le Eran CO- Canadien, resides at Iberville Loupret Charles (Macdonald & Loupret), resides at Iberville

E., bookkeeper 43 Richelieu

News

Marceau Fabien, laborer, 125 St James Marceau Moise, tailor, 125 St James Marceau Pierre, carter, 51 Desalaberry

L'Union St Joseph de St Jean, Noel
Chaput, president Lussier Louis, cabinetmaker, 55 Jacques Cartier

MARCH AN D &CH ARE ONF. (hon. G. Marchand, M.P.P., and Charles T. Charbonneau), 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

NEAU

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

ST.

JOHNS ADVERTISEMENT.

143

UN JOURNAL LIBERAL DE PREMIERE CLASSE,
Ay ant une grande
circulation
clans le district

d' Iberville et les

districts limit raphes,

PuBLiE A St. Jean, P.Q.
PAR

Avis aux Axnonceurs:
blie

— Ce journal

est le seul senii-quotidien pii-

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
le

4

"

Toute annonce envoj'ee sans mentionner sera publiee jusqu'a avis du contraire.

nombre

d'insertions voulues
ternie.

Une remise

libdrale est accord^e

pour des an nonces a long

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L
2,

BOUBSU

Place du Marche, St. Jean, P.QLIBRAIRIE, PAPETERIE, FOURNITURES DE BUREAUX ET D'ECOLES, TAPISSERIE, LIVRES ET OB JETS DE PIETE
L'assortiment est tr^s complet et tres varie.

MEME

PRIX QU'A MONTREAL.

144

TOWN OF
J.

ST.

JOHNS.

MarchandF.

H. (Charland & Miir-

Mayrand Louis
59 Champlain

A., insurance agent,

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

Peter, smith and farrier, 55 St James, h 67 Grant McConkey E. (E. McConkey & Co.),

McCarroU

127 Champlain

McCONKEY

E., & CO- (E. McConkey and F. X. Clement), merchant tailors and dealers in gents' furnish-

MARCHAND LOUIS, H.

(establish-

ed 1867), practical watchmaker and All kinds of repairs in the jeweller. above promptly and skillfully execuSpecial and personal attenuted. tion given to the repairing of watches. Satisfaction guaranteed, 78 Richelieu, bds at St Johns Hotel, 60 and 62 Richelieu
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,

ing goods, Coote's block, 97 Richelieu. See Adv page 6 McConnell Alexander, section foreman G.T.R., 30 Duchgne McGinnis R. P. (St Johns Cigar Manufactory), resides at Iberville p., manufacturer and

McGOOGAN
valises,

MARCHAND

WILLIAM

dealer in saddles, harness, trunks, 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
wines,
oils, &c.,

J.

retail dealer in

E-, wholesale and dry goods, groceries,

liquors,

hardware,

paints,

29 St Charles

Marengo Alexander

(St Johns Cigar Manufactory), bds 37 Grant Marengo J, (St Johns Cigar Manufactory), resides at Iberville Marengo R. (St Johns Cigar factoiy), 37 Grant Marien Narcisse, butcher, St Market, h 80 St James

ManuJohns

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,
hdo

proprietor Do-

minion Soap Works, manufacturer
of erasive soaps, also royal crown and laundry bar soaps, 68 St John,

141 Richelieu, h do McNulty William, clerk, bds at Canada Hotel, 177 and 179 Richelieu 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, satisfaction 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

McQUILLEN JAMES

MERCHANTS BANK OF CAN
Marler, manager, 29 Richelieu corner St George Mercier Joseph, clerk, 9 Longueuil Mercier Miss H., dressmaker, 100 St

ADA, W. Lake

MAXIMILLIAN

BROTHER,

director St Johns Commercial Academy, 69 and 71 St James

James
Mercier Mrs. Edouard, widow, 33 St Charles

Mayer Mrs. Margaret, widow Joseph, 113 St James

TOWN OF
Mercier Napoleon, tannor, 30 Desalaberry Mercier Octave, carter, 86 St James Mercier Paschal, 100 St James Mercier Z., carter, 15 Jacques Cartier MESSIER J. S., advocate, 72 Jacques Cartier corner St Charles, h do

ST.

JOHNS.

145

Monarque Louis, furniture dealer and
cooper, 96 Champlain, h do Monast Alexander, boot and shoe maker, 80 Richelieu, bds do

MONAST TANCREDE
in
ries, provisions,

D., dealer fancy and staple dry goods, groce-

METHODIST CHURCH OF CANLongueuil, rev. William J. Crothers, M.A., pastor Metivier Joseph, potter, 3 Lonoriieuil

ADA,

METROPOLITAN PLATE
NE W YORK. James
1 St

GLASS INSURANCE

CO-

OF

wines, liquors, tobaccos and cigars, wholesale and retail, 80 Richelieu, h do Monbloau David, tinsmith and plumber, 97 Champlain, h 34 Jacques Cartier Monbleau Eus^be, carpenter, 28 Jacques Cartier

Cain,agent,

Monday

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

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
dry, proprietor. First-class house. Meals at all hours, 121 and 123 Richelieu

Meunier Joseph
81

(J.

Meunier &

Co.),

MONTREAL HOTEL, Joseph Beau-

Jacques Cartier Miller John, retired, 71 Champlain Miller Y., laborer, 48 Jacques Cartier Milligan Samuel, 96 Jacques Cartier

MONTREAL TELEaRAPH CO
George H.
Richelieu
Wilkinson,
agent,

,

MILLS REV. W.

rector of St Johns, 103 Jacques Cartier Moffat Mrs. Ann, widow Isaac, 31 St Greorge Moisant Michel, bailitf, Longueuil MoUeur Israel, carpenter, 20 DesalaL.,

Zb

berry Molleur Joseph, jun., teller LaBanque de St Jean, 40 Longueuil J. E- (Molleur, Lanier& Co.), importer and wholesale dealer in dry goods and wholesale dealer, in Canada straw hats, 147 Eichelieu, h Champlain near Eiverside Terrace. See Adv page 5 MOLLEUR, LANIER & CO- (J. E.

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

MOLLEUR

MOREAU LAURENT,
groceries, provisions, liquors of all kinds,
salt fish,

James Champlain
Morel

dealer in wines, and pork, flour, &c., at lowest prices, 16 St corner Champlain, h 87

MoUeur and
bleachers,

B. Lanier), wax taper manufacturers, and wholesale dealers in wax candles and tapers, and all kinds of wax, factory Iberville, office 147 Richelieu. See Adv paqe 5
J.

wax

MOLLEUR
count}^

LOUIS,

ills,

MP.P.

of Iberville, president La Banque de St Jean, and proprietor I'Aqueduc de St Jean, office 22 Longueuil, h 32 Longueuil

Edmond Louis, clerk County of St John's Eegistry office, resides at the Barracks 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

MOREL EDO UARD,

146

TOWN OF
Mrs.,

ST.

JOHNS.

Morency
chene

washerwoman, 8 Dujoiner,

Morin Camille, carpenter and
17 St Peter

NORTH BRITISH AND MER CANTILE INSURANCE COOF LONDON AND EDIN
BURGH,
James.

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
;

William Coote, agent, 2 St See Adv page 131

NORTHERN INSURANCE COOF ABERDEEN AND LONDON, Wi
James.

Noxon

liam Coote, agent, 2 St See Adv page 131 Mrs. Mary, widow James, 4

Champlain

MORIN MADAME 0-, milliner, 40 O'CAIN JAMES, dealer in coal and Richelieu wood, custom house broker and MORIN 0., manufacturer and dealer general insurance agent,l St George^
in boots, shoes and rubbers. Large stock, best goods, lowest prices; custom work to order at cheapest

h 2 do. See Adv page 149 O'Cain Mts. Bernard, 14 Jacques Cartier

40 Richelieu, h 42 do MOSS 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
rates,

JOHN

Oligny Gilbert, laborer, 37 Queen O'Reilly Patrick, St Paul near Champlain
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

OSGOOD W.

Moss Patrick, tailor and Market square

cutter,

14

Nadeau Alexandre,

sen., 16 St

Charles

Narbonne Charles, huckster. Market,
resides at Iberville

NATIONAL EXPRESS
George
H.
Wilkinson,
agent,

Owen
CO., 25

Peter John, potter, 39 St John
S.,

Pag^ Mrs

wilow, Duchene

PAILLE CHARLES,
and jeweller,

watchmaker

Richelieu National Hotel, Pierre Lebert, proprietor, 23 3Iarket square corner Jacques Cartier Newmann William, car repairer C. V.R., 76 Grant

NEWS AND FRONTIER
VOCATE
(

AD-

[THE], Established

1848.) published every Friday. E. R. Smith, pxiblisher and proprietor, 18 Richelieu, nearly opposite the new post office. See Adv opposite

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 Market, h 65 St Charles Paquette Joseph, 64 Jacques Cartier 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

page
Nichols Miss Caroline, private school, 89 Jacques Cartier Nolette Bruno, laborer, 34 Grant Nolin Casimir, carter, 21 Desalaberry Nolin Charles, sheriff District of Iberville, 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

PAQUIN

ST.

JOHNS ADVERTISEMENT.

14T

ESTABLISHED

1848-

The News
— AXD —

A

Literary^

Commercial

— AND —

Family Newspaper.
$Y
CL [U^e.cu-

in

^cLucLn.ce..
Printed the afternoon

Published every

FRIDAY.
previous.

THE NEWS

has the Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in the Province of Quebec outside the City of Montreal.

NET CASH ADVERTISING TARIFF:
Three Months.

Six Months.

One Yean

HALT COLUMN QUAHTER « « EIGHTH ONE AND A HALF CAED
.

.

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$35, 20,
12,
6, 3,

$60,
35, 20, 10,
5,

$100

,

60 35
18
8,

....

INCH,

Transient Advertisements at the rate of lo Cents per line for first, each subsequent insertion.

and

3 cents for

Book and Job Printing
NEATLY DONE.
E.
R.

SMITH,
ST.

Proprietor,

18 Richelieu^ nearly opposite the

New Post

Office^

JOHNS,

p.

Q.

148

TOWN OF
for E.

ST.

JOHNS.

Parker John, agent

M. Parker

Pinsonneault Dieudonn^,
St

potter,

13

&

Co.,

197 Richelieu

John

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.
C. E., 130

L.,

road master

S. S.

&

Champlain

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

section foreman John, G.T.E., 72 Queen Payette Charles, tailor, 22 Jacques Cartier Payette Francois, carriage maker, 22 Jacques Cartier

Patterson

James

Pearson John, lumber merchant, foot

Plante Miss A., 53 Albert Plante Napoleon, boot and shoe maker, 114 St James, h do Plantier Jean, Qgg packer, h 66 Jacques Cartier Plantier Jean Baptiste, 58 Jacques
Cartier Plantier Mrs., 2 Duchene Plantier Narcisse, laborer, 49 Desala-

PEARSON W.

of George, resides at Iberville J., proprietor StJohns Boarding, Livery and Exlarge number of change Stable. horses constantly on hand either to rent or for sale, 78 Champlain, h do Peirce Charles Stewart, 131 Cham-

A

berry

PLANTIER PIERRE,
groceries,

plain

Perch ard Hy.

G., chief clerk andlanding waiter customs, 10 Lemoine Perrier Pierre, school teacher, 11 St

dealer in 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

John

PHILLIPS
Barracks

Petit Mo'ise, blacksmith, 26 Albert E. D., collector of customs, 23 Richelieu, resides at tbe
Phillips Henry, 10 Jacques Cartier Phillips Joseph, carpenter, 1 Jacques

POINTON PHILLIP, manager at St
Johns Stone Longueuil

China-Ware

Co.,

33

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

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 Johns butcher, St Poirier Noel, 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^ Duchene Pole Frederick F., jun., foreman at H. K. Clarke's, 5 Riverside terrace,

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

Champlain
Pole Frederick
terrace,
F.,

sen.,

3 Riverside

Champlain
manufac-

POUTRE EDOUARD,

James
Pinsonneault Richelieu
C.
P.,

clerk,

bds

46

turer and dealer in saddles, harness, trunks, valises, satchels, &c., 9 and See Adv page 1 11 St James, h do.

ST.

JOHNS ADTERTISEMENTS.

149

JAMES

0^€il*»
IN

DEALER

COAL AND WOOD,
Custom House Broker and General Insurance Agent,
1

St.

George Street^
VIZ:

S£. Jofiins^ P.Q.

REPRESENTS THE FOLLOWIXG

FIRST-CLASS INSURANCE COMPANIES,
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,
ITIarcbandlses selon les salsons tonjonrs en mains.
prlx.

Un assortiment oomplet de

Aucun magasin dans tout le district ne vend a aassi bas

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

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

PROTHONOTARY,

of Iberville, Cbarland & 3Iarchand, Court house, 44 St Charles
District

Robert Anthony, laborer, 17 Jacques
Cartier

QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL AND and life), James LONDON
(fii'e

Robert Robert

O'Cain, agent.

See Adv page 149

^uesnel Jules,

jun.,

law clerk, 38 Ri-

chelieu ^^uesnel Jules, sen., collector of Charably 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

painter, 30 Jacques Cartier 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
J.,

Champlain
Rouiller Vital, St Paul near Champlain Rouleau J., carpenter, 30 Duchene Rousseau Henri, tanner, 79 St James Rousseau Leon, tanner, 79 St James, h

RAILWAY REFRESHMENT
Patrick Slavin, propriechoicest ales and porter, wines, liquors, tobacco, cigars, &c. Trains stop long enough to enable passengers to call. Meals supplied,
tor.

SALOON,
The

8

Lemoine
St

George, confectioner, 32 Charles, h 30 do Ramsay Solomon, confectioner, Richelieu, h 65 do

Ramsay

do Rousseau Romuald, carpenter, 65 Lemoine Roy A., laborer, 40 Desalaberry

Roy
67

Charles Richelieu

H.,

(Roy Fr^res) 49

Ramsay William
Charles

D.,

hostler,

34 St

Roy Damase, carter, 1 Duchgne Eoy Emilien, land speculator,19 Grant Roy F., laborer, 10 DuchSne

Eaymond

dit Plantier

fish dealer, 9

Jean Baptiste, Duchene

ROY FRERES
les

H.

Ro}-),

(Jean T. and Char^diteurs-proprietaii-es

Raymond Frs., carter, 43 Desalaberry Raymond Hubert, laborer, 19 St Peter Raymond Jean Baptiste, 9 Duchene Raymond Michel, laborer, 44 Desalaberry

Toix du Peuple, 88 Richelieu. Voir annonce page 141 Roy H. Laurent, car repairer G.T.R.,

La

62 Lemoine

Roy Jean
potter, Victoria
lieu

T.

(Roy
A.,

Fr^res), 76 Riche-

Raywood Thomas,
12 Longueuil

Reade John, mould maker and modeler^

Roy Joseph

foreman La Voix du

REGISTRY OFFICE FOR THE COUNTY BT JOHNS, W. A.
Marchand, registrar; L. G. Marchand, deputy registrar, 95 Jacques
Cartier

Peuple, resides at Iberville Roy Julien, 43 St Paul

Roy Roy Roy

Laurent, shoemaker, 43 Albert Mo'i^e, carter, 98 St James Mrs. A., widow Charles, carter, 8 Market square

TOWN OF

ST.

JOHNS,

151

Roy Mrs. F., 76 Desalaberry Roy Thomas, dealer in cattle,
Grant

S^guin Auguste, 101 Jacques-Cartier
&c.,

22

S<^guin Joseph, 36 St Charles

Roy Roy

Pierre, carpenter, 18 Desaiaberry P. J., printer, 76 Richelieu

ROYAL CANADIAN INSURANCE CO. (tire and marine). James
O'Cain, agent,
1

St George. See

Adv

page 149

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

ROYAL FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF LIVERPOOL AND LONDON, William
Coote, agent, 2 St James.

Champlain
Sheridan Thomas,
rctii-ed,

79

Cham-

See Adv

page 131 Russell Miss Paul

plain Sherritt William, potter, 123 St Peter Simard Julien, 52 Grant

Anna, Grant near St

Ryan

Charles, C.V.R., bds 122 plain

Cham-

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 recommended by the Medical Faculty, office and post office address Iberville

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 passengers to call. Meals supplied, 8

Eyder William

M., agent for the Jones Estate, 7 Riverside Terrace, Champlain Sabourin Antoine, grocer, 131 St

Lemoine Slemmings Philip, G.T.R., bds at St Johns Hotel, 60 and 62 Richelieu Smith Alfred, laborer, 34 Jacques
Cartier

James
Samoisette Anselme, freight master C.V.R., 96 St John Samoisette Leon, carpenter, 19 St

SMITH

jirietor

John
Samoisette
Telesphore,
tailor,

E. R., publisher and proof The Aeics and Frontier Advocate (established 1848), published every Friday, book and job printer, and dealer in stationery, 18

2 St

Thomas
Sarrasin L^vi, carter, 71 Albert Sauvage B., dry goods, 55 Richelieu, h 57 do

Sawyer Thomas,
64 St Peter

crate manufacturer,

Saxe Robert
Scott

J.,

office 4 Richelieu,

Mrs.

United States Consul, h do Mary, widow L. M., 42

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 Desaiaberry ST HOTEL, A. Bonneau, 2)roprietor. A large house kept in a good style, with superior

CHARLES

Jacques Cartier

SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL INSURANCE CO. OF GLASGOW,
"William Coote, agent, 2 St James. See Adv page 131

yard and stable accommodations, 40 St Charles corner Jacques Cartier

SCOTTISH IMPERIAL INSURANCE CO. OF GLASGOW, William Coote, agent, 2 St James. Adv page 131
See

Cyr Joseph, shoemaker, St James near Cot^, Arpin & Co.'s factory St Cyr Olivier, shoemaker, 103 St
St St

James Germain Joseph,

clerk,

12

St

Thomas

152

TOWN OF

ST. JOHNS.

St

Jacques Frangois, engineer, 28 Desalaberrj St Jacques Fran gois, lamp lighter, 111

ST JOHNS ROCKINGHAM AND
TORY,

YELLOW WARE MANUFACBowler, proprietor. E. Manufacturer of Cane, Rockingham and Majolica ware. Factory and office, Allen corner St Thomas. See

Queen

ST JAMES CHURCH

(Church of England), Jacques Cartier corner

St George, rev. W. L. Mills, rector of St Johns: rev. 0. J. Booth, assistant minister St J«an Baptists Society, T. A. Bernier, president

Adv

opposite page

ST JOHNS
prietor.

WARE CO,, Ed. C. Macdonald, pro-

STONE

CHINA-

ST JOHNS BOARDINa,LIVERY AND EXCHANGE STABLE,
number
Pearson, pi-oprietor. A large of horses constantly on hand either to rent or for sale, 78

W.

J.

Manufacturers of C. C. and white granite ware, plain and decorated, 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

Champlain

ST JOHNS CIGAR MANUFAC(!?• i"- McGinnis, A. Marengo, E. Marengo and J. Marengo, proprietors), 159 and 161 Richelieu St Johns Cricket and Lacrosse Club, J. B.Stewart, president

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

TORY

ST JOHNS COMMERCIAL ACA-

DEMY, Brother Maximillian, director;

St Pierre Pierre, carpenter, 119 Queen Ste Marie Mrs. Z.. widow, 102 St James

Brother Placidius, sub-director,

STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE
CO.

69 and 71 St James

ST JOHNS GALLERY OF ART,
P. L. Brault, 131 Kichelieu.

OF EDINBURGH,

William
See Ado

Coote, agent, 2 St James.

See

page 131

Adv page 6 St Johns High
principal,

STANSTEAD, SHEFFORD AND

School, W. H. Stevens, St George cor Jacques

CHAMBLY RAILWAY,
Champlain

L

B.

Cartier St Johns High School, Board of Directors, rev. Wm. J. Crothers, T. B. Futvoye, G, H. Wilkinson, F. Smith, T. A. Cousins, Wm. Drum, W. A. Stevens, B. A., principal; W. Coote, Miss Sawyer, assistant secretary. St Johns Hospital, under the direction Sister Malard, of the Grey Nuns. superioress, 17 Longueuil

Futvoye, superintendent, Lemoine 77 Stewart Campbell, pensioner,

R

;

Stewart Colin Campbell, clerk and telegraph operator, 77 Champlain Stewart Ed, drug clerk, 77 Champlain Stewart James, station agent Iberville, 77 Champlain Stewart John, commercial traveller, 67 Champlain Stewart John B farmer, 5 Lemoine
,

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

Stott George Henry, telegraph operator and ticket clerk G.T.R., 52 Albert COURT, District of

SUPERIOR
Iberville,

Charland

& Marchand,

ST JOHNS LIVERY STABLE,
Napoleon Trahan, proprietor. Good horses and carriages furnished on Charges moderate, short notice. 98 Champlain, near the market, h do

prothonotary, Court House, 44 St Charles Surprenant Albert, yard man, Bartlett's American Hotel, 10, 12 and 14 Eichelieu Surprenant Damase, laborer, 12 DuchSne
joint

ST.

JOHNS ADVERTISEMENT.

153

ST.

JOHNS

ROeRINBHAM & YELLOW WARE
MANUFACTORY,
Proprietor,
CORNER OF

ALLEN AND ST THOMAS STREETS,
ST.

JOHNS,

P.Q.

Manufacturer of

GA NE, ROCKING HA M
Tea

AND MA JOL IGA WA RE,
Dishes,

Pots, Milk Pans, Lip Bowls, Preserve
Jars,

Round and Oval
Spittoons,
i£c.

^^

The very best Ware

at the lowest price. .=^

FABRIC ANT DB

m!iifyiii.wsi!iiiiii!{i
Theieres, Plats a Lait, Bols,

Demi-Couverts,

Pots a Confitures,
Crachoirs, Etc.
plus bos prix.

Plats

Ronds

et Ovals,

Les Meilleurs

A rticles

et les

154

TOWN OP

ST.

JOHNS.

Surprenant Joseph, laborer, 9 Duchene Surveyer L. J. A., hardware, stoves, ranges, wringers, washing machines, Sherwood's white wire goods and agate iron utensils, 524 Craig, Montreal 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

Thibodeau Napoleon, laborer, 40 Queen
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

Thomson

TRAHAN JOSEPH

D-, manufacturer of all descriptions of carriages and sleighs, cheap and well made.

Louis
Theodore, jun., laborer, St Louis near Champlain Tauguaj E., carter, 71 Desalaborry Tanguay Thomas, laborer, 56 Jacques
Tallard
Cartier

Repairs promptly done at low prices, 141 St James, h 132 St James

TRAHAN NAPOLEON,
;

proprietor

Tees
at

J.

A.

(J.

A. Tees

&

Co.), resides

St Johns Livery Stable. Good horses and carriages furnished on short notice charges moderate, 98 Champlain, near the Market, h do Tremblay Edouard, teamster^ 26 St

Madame

Plante's, St

James

TEES

A. Tees), J. A., (successors to T. A. & C. R. Cousins), choice groceries, tlour and feed, glassware, crockery, lamps, &c.,

&

CO.

(J.

James Tremblay
Hotel,
1

Francois, proprietor

Union

wholesale and retail, 84 Richelieu corner St James

Market square Tremblay George A., barkeeper, 1 Market square Tremblay Henri, huckster. Market
square, resides at Iberville

Teinperance Hotel, L. Deranleau, proprietor, 116 and 118 Champlain Tenny Arthur J., clerk C.V.E., 94
Richelieu

Tremblay Henri, teamster, 26 St James Tremblay Joseph, cab driver, 26 Grant

TROTTIER
clocks,

L. M-, practical watch-

Tenny

Charles, clerk C.V.R, bds at States Hotel, Champlain corner St James Tessier Alphonse, saddler, bds 11 St

maker and jeweller, constantly on hand a choice assortment of watches,
fine jewellery etc. repairs carefully and promptly done. Agent for the Howe, Wanzer and Singer
;

United

James
Tessier Leon, grocer, 33 Champlain Thdrien Louis, carter, 21 Desalaberry

THE NEWS AND FRONTIER ADVOCATE (established 1848),
publishe every Friday, E. R. Smith, publisher and proprietor, 18 Richelieu nearly opposite the new post office. See Adv page 147
1

Dewar's Block, 90 Eichelieu, bds United States Hotel, St James corner Champlain Trudeau Antoine, boat builder, 81

Sewing machines.

Champlain

TRUDEAU L
dentist,

A, LDS.,

surgeon

Thibodeau Eusebe, shoemaker, 42 St
Peter

pupil of Harvard Dental Patients scientifiCollege, Boston. cally treated by the jnost advanced methods, 173 Richelieu, h do Tugault Mrs., 59 Jacques Cartier

Thibodeau Thibodeau Queen Thibodeau Thibodeau
Charles

Gilbert, laborer, 39 Albert

Jean Baptiste, laborer, 31
Jean Baptiste, clerk, Queen Moise, shoemaker, 80 St

UNITED STATES AND CANADA EXPRESS CO George H.
,

Wilkinson, agent, 25 Richelieu

United

States Consulate, Robert J. Saxe, consul, John Donaghy, viceconsul, ofiice 4 Richelieu

TOWN OF

ST.

JOHNS.

155

UNITED STATES HOTEL,
Amable
Bisaillon, proprietor.

House

large and roomy and first-class acJames corner commodation, St

Champlain
Valliere Edward, boot and shoe maker,

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 JOB, cracker and biscuit manufacturer. Boston crackers a

100 Champlain, h do Valliere Louis, 39 Queen Valliere S. A., oyster saloon, 10 St

WHITE
all

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

Goods delivered free to places throughout the country at same prices that I see them at in St Johns, 53 St James, h do
specialty.

WIGHT &
William
J.

CO. (Alexander

J.

and

Jacques Cartier

VOIX DU PEUPLE (LAO

Roy

Wight), chemists and druggists, dealers in drugs, chemicals, 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

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 officer, 13 Lemoine Walmsley E. T., clerk Merchants' Bank of Canada, 13 Lemoine

H.,M.D., (Edinburgh, Scotland,) 93 Jacques Cartier corner St James Wight William J. (Wight & Co.), 93 Jacques Cartier, corner St James

WIGHT ROBERT

WILKINSON GEORGE H

WATERLOO AND MAGOG
RAILWAY,
I.

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
,

B. Futvoye, super-

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 Richelieu

intendent,

Lemoine

Wayne

John, night operator G.T.R., bds 122 Champlain Webster Alexander, mason, 4 St

Thomas

WEILBRENNER MAJOR
.

Weilbrenner Charles, 106 Queen

JOSEPH,provinoial land surveyor, 106 Queen

Wilson Thomas,

sen.,

millinery, 115 Richelieu,

dry goods and 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
Little St Joseph, east
to

Jackwood's Creek
to

and west, from Champlain

Grant

Longueuil, north and south, from Lemoine to St Charles

Market square,
Track

east

and west, from Champlain to Jacques Cartier

Marchand, north and south, from proposed continuation of St Paul to Railway

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,

Jasmin J. Bte., Farnham Lewis Herbert H., Dunham
Rolland J. T., Lower Bedford Ruiter James, Cowansville Stevenson William, Cowansville
BAKERS.

See Card, page 116

M.A., Lower Bedford. See Card, page 35 Cornell Edwin, Stanbridge East Crother8 & DuUy, Bedford and Sweets-

BUTLER HOBART,

burg Forget A., Farnbam Mailhot Marcel, Farnham
AGENTS, IN8UEANCE.
D., Dunham. Adv page 59 Gough John H., Lower Bedford

Briggs J. R., & Co., Stanbridge Bast Corriveau Frank, jun., Frelighsburg

BANKER. Baker John C, Stanbridge East
See

BAKER GEORGE

BANKS.

EASTERN
manager.
Robert

TOWNSHIPS BANK,

Macfarlane William H., Cowansville Spencer Elijah E., Frelighsburg Stone A. M., North Stanbridge

Cowansville Branch, J. Mackinnon, See Adv page 45
Terroux, jun., manager, See Adv page 32

EXCHANGE BANK OF CANADA,
Lower Bedford.
Gear
BIBLE SOCIETY.
rev. Joshua, agent, Dunham Oliver A., agent, Cowansville

Taber Curtis P., Farnham Wales Orlin, East Dunham AGKICULTUEAL IMPLEMENTS, MANUFACTTTRERS OF.

BANFILL & VILAS,
Adv page 12 Elder Peter, Farnham
See

East Farnham,

Coslett James,

BLACKSMITHS AND HORSESHOEESLower Bedford

KICE WINDSOR
facing

V., Riceburg

Foun-

dry and Machine Shop. See Adv title page WALBRIDGE A. S., Mystic Iron Works. See Adv facing inside front
cover

Cyr Moise, Lower Bedford Elder Peter, Farnham Hugron Eustache, Stanbridge

Station

Laroeque Alfred, Stanbridge East

AGEICOLTUKAL SOUEETY.
Missisquoi Co. Agricultural Society,

Magnant Alfred. Upper Bedford Martel Eusebe, Farnham Messier Michel, Frelighsburg
Noel E.
A., Ciarenceville

George Bedford

Sullej",

sec.-treas.,

Lower

AECHITECTS.

BELL JOHN
Adv page 45

J.,

Cowansville.
,

See See

LAMBKIN
Adv facing
Jasmin

P.

k L

Riceburg.

inside back cover

AUCTI0NEE3.
J. Bte.,

Farnham

BAILIFFS, STJPEEIOE COURT, DISTRICT OF BEDFORD.

Galer George N.

,

Sweetsburg
H., Stanbridge East

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

Gordon William

John & Son, Ciarenceville

1

158
BOOTS
JBarnee
Ct.

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

AND

SHOES.

E.,

Mystic
See

Stephen Charles A., Dunham Walker Comfort M., Upper Bedford
BUTCHERS. Choquette J. E., Farnham Labonty Frederick R., Frelighsburg

B^langer Joseph, Farnham

BOIVIN CHARLES, Farnham.

Adv page 1 Bouchard Arthur J., Upper Bedford Bray William Moore, Sweelsburg
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

BUTTER

TUBS,

MANUFACTURER
L.,

OF.

Briggs

J. R.,

&

Co.,

COWAN PEECIVAL
Mills, Cowansville.

Freeport

See Adv page^^l BUTTER WORKER.

THE DAIRY MAN'S FAVORITE,
P.

&

L.

Eiceburg. back cover

Lambkin, manufacturerSj See Adv facing inside

CABINETMAKERSGrenier Samuel, Dunham Leach J. L., Cowansville

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

CARDING AND SPINNING MILLS.

COUTURE JOSEPH,
Stanbridge.

Morison W. &

St Charles de See Adv page 103 A., Cowansville
A.,

STAEK MRS.

Farnham

CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.

Labont^ Noel V.

D., Cowansville Stanbridge Station LANDSBERG J., Frelighsburg and Cowansville. See Adv outside front

LANDSBERG
Cowansville.
cover

J.,

Landrv

Isaie.

Frelighsburg and See Adv outside front

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

cove?'

LAROSE
page
9

M., Frelighsburg.

See

Adv

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

Whitcomb

L.

S.,

Dunham
L.,

CHEESE BOXES, MANUFACTURER OF.

COWAN PERCIYAL
Mills, Cowansville.

Freeport

See

Adv page 47

CHEESE FACTORIES.
Pioneer Cheese Factory, A. E. Bockus,
proprietor, Mj^stic Scott Franklin E., Scottsmore

BRIDGE BUILDER.

BELL JOHN
Adv page 45

J..

Cowansville.

See

BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.

CHEESE FACTORY FITTINGS, MANUFACSee See

BELL JOHN
Adv page 45

J.,

Cowansville.
L.,

TURER

OF.
S.,

WALBRIDGE
works.

A.

Mystic Iron

LAMBKIN
Adv
Eied
J.

P.

&

Eiceburg.

See Adv page 3

facing inside back cover

CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.
Carpenter John H., Cowansville

&

J.,

St Charles de Stanbridge

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
F., & Co.. Stanbrid^e East Eowell Elijah. M.D.. Frelighsburg Saunders F. C, Lower Bedford

159

Pierce

Donahue W. &
England John
Gleason H.
E.,

E..
T.,

Farnham

Dj-ke H. N., Frelighsburg

Dunham

& Co., Farnham CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, MANUrACTURER OF,
Valiquet

Cowansville

EICE WINDSOR

v., Riceburg Foundry and Machine Shop. See Adv facing title page CIVIL ENGINEER.

Guillet Damase, Dunham Guillette H^-acinthe, Lower Bedford Herlihy Patrick, Lower Bedford

Landry

LANDSBEEG
cover

BATCHELLER
Bedford.
See

A. A., B.A.S., Lower Adv page 32 CLAPBOARDS, LATH, &C., DEALER INB,,

Stanbridge Station and J.. Frelighsburg Cowansville. See Adv outside front
Isaie,

Lequin &

>Lartel.

Loud

J.

W. & G.

E.,

Farnham Farnham

SELBY

Stanbridgo Station.

See
DIS-

Mansfield N. A., Cowansville

Adv page 111 CLERK OF THE CROWN AND PEACE
TRICT OF BEDFORD.

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

Hall Frederick

T.,

Sweetsburg

CLERGYMEN AND CHURCHES.
See Jliscellajieous Directory.

COAL DEALER. Quackenboss William, Cowansville
COLLECTORS.

CUSTOM HOUSE AGENT.
Burnell L. G., St

Armand

Station

Jasmin
Labelle

J. Bte.,
J.,

Farnham

CUSTOMS, COLLECTORS OF.

St Charles de Stanbridge

COMMISSION MERCHANT.

LAMOUEEUX
tion.

J. A.,

Stanbridge Sta12

See

Adv page

Bourret E. A., St Armand Station Parker Frederick J., Frelighsburg Pattison William Mead, Clarenceville

LAEOSE

CONFECTIONERS. M., Frelighsburg.
E.,

DRESSMAKER.
See Adv

Mullin Mrs. George,

Farnham

page 9 Marvin George

Frelighsburg

DRY

GOODS.

Mountain Joseph, Sweetsburg COCNCILS,COTINTY, TOWNSHIP AND PARISH
See Jliscellaneous Directory

Barnes G. E., Mystic Belanger Joseph, Farnham Bouchard Arthur J., Upper Bedford

COUNTRY PRODUCE, DEALERS IN.
Boright Curtis S., Sweetsburg Grigor Richard R., Cowansville
COURTS.

Buck

L.,

Chatelle

& &

Son, East Farnham Couture. Lower Bedford

Conner
Coslett

D., Upper Bedford Edward. Lower Bedl^ord

See Miscellaneous Directory

CEOCKEEY AND GLASSWARE. Belanger Joseph, Farnham
Son, Ea.st Farnham Buzzell Brothers, Cowansville Chatelle & Couture, Lower Bedford JOSEPH, St Charles de Stanbridge. See Adv page 103 Derick A. H., Cl-.irenceville Derick L. H., Nojan
L.,

St Charles de Stanbridge. See Adv page 103 Derick A. H., Clarenceville Deriek L. H.. Xoyan

COUTURE JOSEPH.

Buck

&

Donahue W. &

E.,

Farnham

Dyke
!

H.

N.,

Frelighsburg

England

.Tohn T.,

Dunham

COUTURE

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.
Isaie,

Landry

LANDSBERG
cover

Stanbridge Station and J., Frelighsburg Co^ansville. See Adv outside front
E.,

RICE WINDSOR

ENGINEERS. V., Riceburg Foun-

Lawrence Edwin

Cowansville

Lequin & Martel, Farnham Lortie Edward, Frelighsburg Loud J. W. & G. E., Farnhara Mansfield N. A., Cowansville Mills J. N., Mystie
Oliver A., Cowansville

See Adv dry and Machine shop. facing title page WALBRIDGE A. S., Mystic Iron "Works. See Adv page 3 EXPRESS COMPANY. United States and Canada Express Co.

Burnell L.
Station

G.,

agent, St

Armand

Cleveland Arthur, 0. agent, Cowansville

Frelighsburg Scagel E. J., Stanbridge East Senesac Bros., Stanbridge Station SENESAC JACQUES, Stanbridge Station. See Adv page 111

Reynolds Frederick

S.,

Hibbard

Wm.

L., agent,

Farnham

FANCY GOODS.
Boright Mrs, Curtis
S.,

Sweetsburg
See Adv

Smyth &
Yaliquet

Mullin, Cowansville

HULL

0. N., Cowansville.

&

Co.,

Farnham

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.
Bedford Academy, Hobart M.A,, advocate, principal
Butler,

page 49 Marvin George R., Frelighsburg Massie John, sen., Cowansville

WALBRIDGE

FIRE ENGINES, MANUFACTURER OF. A. S., Mystic Iron Works. See Adv page 3

College of West Farnham, rev. G. A. Dion, C.S.C., superior

FLOUR AND GRIST MILLS.
Cornell Edwin, Stanbridge East COUTURE JOSEPH, St Charles de Stanbridge. See Adv page 103 Nesbitt G. "K., Cowansville and Frelighsburg Rice Martin, Riceburg Grist Mill

Convent of the Sisters of the Presentation of Mary, Sister of the Holy
Ghost, directress,

Farnham
John
J.

Dunham Graded
ter,

School,

Proc-

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
Missipquoi

Grammar

School,

Henry

FLOUR, GRAIN, &c. Gleason H. E., Cowansville Grigor Richai-d R., Cowansville Nesbitt G. K., Cowansville SELBY B., Stanbridge Station. Adv page 111

See

Curtis, principal

FOUNDRIES.

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

Horskin Horatio, Upper Bedford RICE WINDSOR V., Riceburg Foundry and Machine Shop. See Adv facing title page WALBRIDGE A. S., Mystic Iron Works. See Adv page 3 FURNITURE.

Stanbridge Academ}*, Stanbridge East, John C. Baker, secretary-treasurer

LAMBKIN

P.

&

L.,

Riceburg.

See

THE DUNHAM LADIES COLLEGE,
Mrs. W. D. Oakley, lady principal. See inside iixside front cover

Adv facing inside back cover Leach J. L., Cowansville
Robertson D.
D.,

Dunham

Sloggett Thomas, Cowansville

West Farnham Academy, under the care of the Brothers of the Holy
Cross

Smith J. R., Farnham Tasker Ransom D., Clarenceville

Whitcomb

N. L.,

Dunham

COUNTY OF
FIJBS.

3IISSISQU0I BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

161

Conner
Coslett

LANDSBERG
Cowansville.
cover

J.,

Frelighsburg and

D., Upper Bedford Edward, Lower Bedford

See Adv outside front

COUTURE JOSEPH,

GARDEN

VASES,

MANUFACTDREE

OF-

St Charles de Stanbridge. See Adv page 103 Derick A. H., Clarenceville

Horskin Horaiio, Upper Bedford GENERAL MERCHANTS. Belanger Joseph, Farnham Bouchard Arthur J., Upper Bedford Briggs J. R., & Co., Stan bridge East

Derick L. H., Noyan Donahue W. & E., Farnliam

Dyke H.

N., Frelighsburg

Buck

& Son, East Farnham & Couture, Lower Bedford Conner D., Upper Bedford Coslett Edward, Lower Bedford
L.,

England John T., Dunham Gear rev. Joshua, Dunham Gleason H. E., Cowansville Guillet Damase, Dunham
Guillette Hyacinthe,

Chatelle

Lower Bedford
Malmaison
(Des

Hanigan

William,

COUTURE JOSKPH.
Derick L. H., Noyan

St Charles de Stanbridge. See Adv page 103 Derick A. H., Clarenceville

Rivieres Station) Herlihy Patrick, Lower Bedford

Hope

S. P.. Frelighsburg Hutchins R. & R. F., East Farnham

Landry

Donahue W. k, E., Farnham England John T., Dunham Gear rev. Joshua, Dunham
Gleason H.
E.,

LAXDSBEUG
caver

Stanbridge Station J., Frelighsburg and Cowansville. See Adv outside front
Isaie,

Cowansville

LAROSE

M., Frelighsburg.

See Adv

Guillet Damase, Dunham Guillette Hjacinthe, Lower Bedford Herlihy Patrick, Lower Bedford Hutchins R. & R. F., East Farnham Landry Isaie, Stanbridge Station

page 9" Larue Raphael, Upper Bedford Lawrence Edwin E., Cowansville Lequin & Martel, Farnham Lortie Edward, Frelighsburg

LANDSBERG
Cowansville.
cover

J.,

Frelighsburg and See Adv outside front

Loud

Lawrence Edwin E., Cowansville Lequin & Martel, Farnham

J. W. & G. E., Farnham Mansfield N. A., Cowansville Martin Charles M., Lower Bedfoi'd Marvin George R., Frelighsburg

Mills

J. N.,

Mystic

Loud

J.

W. &

G. E.,

Farnham

MuUin George, Farnham
Cowansville 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
Oliver Pierce
,

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

A

F.,

&

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

GUNS, REVOLVERS, &C.

LAROSE
page 9

M., Frelighsburg.

See

Adv

HAIR DRESSERS. Henrichon Joseph, Farnham
Martel Louis, Lower Bedford Mountain Joseph, Sweetsburg Silvaint Augustus, Cowansville

Buck

Son, East Farnham Buzzell Brothers, Cowansville
L.,

&

Car James
Chatelle

I.,

&

Philipsburg Couture, Lower Bedford

HAMES, MANOFACTUEER

OF.

Streeter George R., Sweetsburg

162

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

HARDWARE.
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
E.,

SENESAC JACQUES, Stanbridge Station.

Barnes G.

See

Valiquet

&

Co.,

Adv page 111 Farnham

HEMLOCK BARK, WHOLESALEFarnham Taber Curtis P., Farnham
Mullin George,
HOSPITAL.

Donahue
Gear

TV.

&

E.,

Farnham

rev. Joshua,

Dunham

Hospice Ste Elizabeth, Sister Dub^,
directress,

Gleason H. E., Cowansville Herlihy Patrick, Lower Bedford Hutchins R. & F., East Farnham

Farnham
J.

K

HOTELS AND PROPRIETORS.

American House,
tor,

H. Park, proprieL. N. Collier,

Lequin & Martel, Farnham

Dunham
Farnham

Loud

J.

W. & &

G. E.,

Farnham

AMERICAN HOUSE,
proprietor,

Lawrence Edwin E., Cowansville Mansfield N. A., Cowansfield
Pierce

American House, Mrs. E. M. Martindale, proprietress, Cowansville

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
F.,

Co.,

Cowansville

House,

Jonas

Rooney,
pro-

proprietor, Cowansville Exchange Hotel, B. Minckler,
prietor, Cowansville

Farnham Hotel, Farnham

A. Tarte, proprietor,

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

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, proprietor, prietor,

Farnham
Seeley, pro-

Phoenix House, Hiram

Dunham

Donahue W. &

Shelters' Hotel, N. L. Peletier, proprietor, St Armand Station Sweetsburg House, C. Lappin, proprietor, Sweetsburg

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.
cover

UiSlON HOUSE, Louis Labonty, proprietor. Lower Bedford. See Adv
page 35

WE&T FARNHAM HOUSE,

Norbert Eobidoux, proprietor, Farnham. See Adv page 12

See Adv outside front
E., Cowansville

INSURANCE COMPANIES AND AGENTS. Canada Fire and Marine Insurance Co. of Hamilton
Cowansville, William H. Macfarlane

Lawrence Edwin

Lequin & Martel, Farnham Lortio Edward, Frelighsburg

Lower Bedford, John H. Gough
Farnham, Curtis
P.

Taber

Loud

J.

W. &

G. E.,

Farnham

Citizens' Fii-c, Life.

Mansfield N. A., Cowansville Scagel E. J., Stanbridge East Senesac Bros., Stanbridge Station

Accident and Guarantee 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 Insurance Co. Cowansville. John Massie, jun.

SENESAG
Station.

JACQUES,
See

Stanbridge

Adv page 111
Clarenceville

LIVERY.

Clark Samuel

0.,

COLLIER
Minckler

L. N.,

Farnham

Farnham, Curtis P. Taber Hochelaga Mutual Fire Insurance
of

Lappin C, Sweetsburg Martin Hiram, Frelighsburg
Co.
B.,

Cowansville

Mon treal
office Philips-

ROBIDOUX NORBERT,

Farnham.

Lower Bedford, John H. Gough
Missisquoi and Eouville Mutual Fire

Insurance Co., head

burg

See Adv page 12 Rooney Jonas, Cowansville Shelters Anson, St Armand Station TurnbuU William, Stanbridge Station

Dunham, George D. ^Baker,
sident

vice-pre-

LUMBER MERCHANT.

East Dunham, Orlin Wales Frelighsburg, Elijah E. Spencer

COWAN PERCIVAL
Mills, Cowansville.

L.,

Freeport

See Adv page 4^

Lower Bedford, Edward

Coslett

MACHINISTS.

Philipsburg, C. E. Cheesmaii, president; A. D. Struthers, secretary-treasurer Upper Bedford, Nye C. Martin Farnham, Curtis P. Taber National Fire Insurance Co. of Montreal

Horskin Horatio. Upper Bedford RICE WINDSOR V., Riceburg Foundry and Machine Shop. See Adv facing title page WALBEIDGE A. S., Mystic Iron Works. See Adv page 3

Farnham, Curtis P. Taber Stanstead and Sherbrooke Mutual Fire
Insurance Co. Cowansville, William H. Macfarlane Farnham, Curtis P. Taber North Stanbridge, A. M. Stone

MARBLE WORKS.

BEDFORD MARBLE WORKS, NB. Joubert,
proprietor.

See

Adv

page 11

STANBRIDGE STATION MARBLE WORKS, Charles H. Robinson, proprietor.

Sun Mutual Life and Accident Insurance Co. of 3Iontreal
Cowansville, William H. Macfarlane Lower Bedford, John H. Gough Travellers' Life and Accident Insurance Co. of Hartford Farnham, Curtis P. Taber The Koyal Insurance Co. of Liverpool (Fire Branch) Cowansville, William H. Macfarlane
JAIL.

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 Bedford

Sweetsburg
jailer

Jail,

Norman

"Vincent,

Boright Mrs. Curtis S., Sweetsburg Dyke Mrs. H. N., Frelighsburg Hemphill Mrs. George, Cowansville Mullin Mrs. George, Farnham

LIME MANUFACTURER. Leduc Avila, Bedford
LIQUORS AND WINES.

MOP HANDLES, MANUFACTURER OF.
Streeter George E., Sweetsburg

MUNICIPALITIES, SECRETARY-TREASURERS AND POST OFFICE ADDRESSES.

Herlihy Patrick, Lower Bedford Peletier N. L., St Armand Station BOBIDOUX NORBERT, Farnham. See Adv page 12

Cowansville Village, William Stevenson, Cowansville Dunham Township, H. S. Lee, Dun-

ham

164

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
George D. Baker,
PAINTERS, HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNA-

Dunham Tillage, Dunham
Farnham Town, Farnham

MENTAL.

Simeon

Noiseux,

De Valence Louis Ferdinand, Lower
Bedford

George R. Frelighsburg Village, 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. Mitchell, Sweetsburg St Armand East Parish, Elijah E. Spencer, Frelighsburg St Armand West Parish, F. H. Throop,
St

Dion Ralph, Upper Bedford Dodgson B. R. (house), Cowansville
PAINTS, OILS,
&c.

Buck

Son, East Farnham Buzzell Brothers, Cowansville Coslett Edward, Lower Bedford JOSEPH, St Charles de Stanbridge. See Adv page 103 Derick L. H., Noyan
L.,

&

COUTURE

Donahue W. &

E.,

Farnham

Armand

Station

St George de Clarenceville Pai-ish, William Henry Colton, Clarenceville

Gleason H. E., Cowansville Hutchins R. & R. F., East Farnham LANDS BERG J.. Frelighsburg and Cowansville. See Adv outside front
cover

St

Thomas de Foucault Parish, L. H. Noyan West Farnham Parish, C. U. Dufresne, Farnham
Derick,

Lawrence Edwin E., Cowansville Lequin & Martel, Farnham Loud J. W. & G. E., Farnham
Pierce

MTI8IC,

VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL, PROFESSOR OF. Macfarlane William H., Cowansville

Stanbridge East S., Frelighsburg Senesac Bros., Stanbridge Station SENESAC JACQUES, Stanbridge Station. See Adv page 111
F.,

&

Co.,

Reynolds Frederick

NEWSPAPERS-

BEDFOBD

TIMES, weekly, A. L. Lance, editor, Lower Bedford. See Advpage 29
weekly, John Maesie,
jun.,

PATENT RIGHT SOLICITOR. Bulman J. D., Sweetsburg PELTS, CALFSKINS AND HIDES, DEALER

IN.

THE COWANSVILLE OBSERVER,
editor

and proprietor.

See Adv page 53

Labonty Frederick R., Frelighsburg PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, &o. Carpenter John H. Cowansville Mountain Joseph, Sweetsburg
,

Pierce

NOTARIES.

Beriau Pierre, Farnham Labelle J., St Charles de Stanbridge McGregor J. M., Stanbridge East Noiseux Simeon, Farnham
OrFICIAL ASSIGNEES. DISTRICT OF BEDFORD.

Cowan

Peter, office Sweet8burg,reside8

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.

Cowansvilie Noiseux Simeon,

Brigham

J. S.,

Philipsburg

Farnham

OYSTERS, WHOLESALE

AND

RETAIL.
fish),

Chamberlin Joshua, Frelighsburg Cotton Cedric L., CowansvilU
Couillard Pierre L.,

Farnham

Labonty Frederick
Frelighsburg

R.

(and

Mountain

Josej^h,

Sweetsburg

Mullin George, Farnham

Gibson J. B., Dunham Gibson W. B., Dunham Jeannotte J. Adhemar, Farnham Letourneau J. A., Lower Bedford

COUNTY OP MISSISQUOI BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Rowell Elijah, Frelighsburg Smith Norman A., Frelighsburg Valiquet Jean B., Farnham

165-

Young

Philip R., Clai-enceville

Derick A. H., Clarenceville Derick L. H., Noyan Hutchins R. & E. F., East Farnham LANDSBERG J., Frelighsburg and
Cowansville.
cover

PIANO AND OEGAN AO£NT. Bjtrriere Solyme, J'arnham

See
E.,

Adv

outside front

Lawrence Edwin
Vineberg
OF.
]j.,

Cowansville

Leach

J.

PICTURE FRAMERS. L., Cowansville
L.
S.,

Smyth & Mull in, Cowansville
Cowansville

Whitcomb

Dunham
V., Ricoburg.

PLANING MACHINES, MANUFACTURERS

RICE WINDSOR
Adv facing
Worki.
title

See
Iron

WALBRIDGE

page A. S., Mystic See Adv page 3

REGISTRY OFFICE, MISSISQUOI CO. Richard Dickinson, N.P., and Louis Joseph Demers, joint registrar, Lower Bedford
ROOFERS.

PLANING MILLS.
St Charles de Stan bridge. See Adv page 103 Douglas & Rolland, Lower Bedford

COUTURE JOSEPH.
L.,

Whitcomb N.

Dunham
AND
JOB.

PRINTERS, BOOK

LANCE
Lower

MASSIE
ville

A, L., Bedford Times office, Bedford. See Adv page 29 JOHN, JUN., the Cowansoffice,

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

Observer

Cowansville.

SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKERS. Cabana J. B., Dunham

See Adv page 53

Gough

IPROTHONOTAEY, SUPERIOR COURT. Hall Frederick T., Sweetsburg

Bros., Lower Bedford Hemphill George, Cowansville Labonte Noel V. D., Cowansville

McFee

Albert, Clarenceville

PROVINCIAL LAND 6URVEY0BS.
Batcheller A. A., B. A. S., Lower Bedford. See Adv page 32 Corey Lindol, Stanbridge Ridge

Robert Philip, Stanbridge East Ross Henry L., Upper Bedford Seaton James H., Lower Bedford
SAP BUCKETS, MANUFACTURERS OF. L., Freepori Mills, Cowansville. See Adv page 47 MORRISON WM. A. (Spencer'* Patent), Frelighsburg. See Adv page 9

PUMPS.

COWAN PERCIVAL

SOUTHWELL

H.

C.

(Charles

Browne, manager), Dunham. Adv page 59
Central

L. Set

RAILWAYS AND AGENIS. Vermont Railway, St Armand Station, L. G. Burnell Farnham,
;

SAP EVAPORATOR (CRIMPED).

MORRISON
Patent),

Wm.

L.

Hibbard

WM. A. (Morrison's Frelighsburg, See Adv
SAP HEATER.

Montreal, Portland and Boston Rail-

page 9

way, Farnham, F. X. Demers South Eastern Railway, Cowansville, Arthur O. Cleveland Sweetsburg, C. H. Boright; Farnham, F. X. Demers Montreal, Sherfford and Chambly Railway, Farnham, Wm. L. Hibbard
;

MORRISON WM.
SASH. DOOR

A. (Morrisons' Pa-

tent), Frelighsburg. See

Adv page 9

Buck

L.,

READY MADE CLOTHING. & Son, East Farnham

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

1

166

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

SAW

MILLS.

SURGEON DENTIST,

Bedard Peter, Upper Bedford

LAUDER
ville.

€OUTUEE JOSEPH,
Stanbridge.

Charles de See Adv page 103
St

J., L.D.S., D.D.S., CowansSee card page 49

TAILORS, CUSTOM.

SCHOOL C0UMISSI0NEB8See Miscellaneous Directory.

Beauchemin Hubert, Lower Bedford Beck Alexander, L^pper Bedford
Besse (reorge, Fielighsburg
Bessette J. B., Farnham Dajjuis Maximillian, Lower Bedford

SEWING MACHINE AGENT.
Barri^re Sol j me, Farnhara

SHEKIFF, DISTEICT OF BEDFOED.

MAECOUX CLKOPHAS,
Paradis Moise,

Stanbridge

Cowan

Peter, Sweetsburg

SHINGLE MACHINES, MANUFACTUREE OF. BICE WINDSOR v., Eiceburg Foundry and Machine Shop, i^ee Adv
facing
title

Station. See Adv page 11 Milotte Charles, Cowansville

Farnham

Smith

A.,

Dunham
Farnham
TAILOR, MERCHANT.

St Pierre B.,

page

SHOE MAKERS' FINDINGSBOIVIN CHARLES, Farnham. See Adv page 1
Buzzell Brothers, Cowansville Pierce F., & Co., Stanbridge East
SOCIETIES.

Conner

D,,

Upper Bedford
TANNERIES.

DesRoches Dosithee, Sweetsburg

Dunn

Bros., Stanbridge East

DLI]NNINGORRIX

See Miscellaneous Directory.

STAGE PROPRIETORS.
(For Stage Routes
rectory)
see Miscellaneous Di-

S., Dunham. See Adv page 59 Martin &Alcombrack, Upper Bedford Welch & Hall, Frelighsburg and Stan-

bridge East

Clark Samuel 0., Clarenceville Pickle Edward, Sweetsburg
Shelters An.son, St

Armand

Station

TELEGRAPH COMPANIES AND AGENTSCO. Lower Bedford, F. C. Saunders

DOMINION TELEGRAPH

Turnbull William, Stanbridge Station
STATIONER. Saunders F. C, Lower Bedford

MONTREAL TELEGRAPH

CO.

STEAM ENGINES,

&c.,

MANUFACTURER OF.
S.,

Cowansville Station, Arthur 0. Cleveland Cowansville, John Massie, jun East Farnham, Eollin F. Hutching

WALBRIDGE
Works.
,See

A.

Mjetic Iron
3
OF.

Adv page

STOVES,

MANUFACTURER

Farnham, F. X. Demers Philipsburg, Frederick J. Parker St Armand Station, L. G. Burnell Sweetsburg, Curtis C. Boright
TOBACCONISTS.

Horskin Horatio, Upper Bedford
STOVES AND TINWARE.

LAROSE
page 9

M., Frelighsburg.
R.,

See Adv

Blanchet J. Bte., Farnham Booth F. C, Cowansville Derick A. H., Clarenceville

Marvin George

Frelighsburg

UNDERTAKERS.
Benoit Olivier, Frelighsburg Grenier Samuel, Dunham LAMBKIN P. & L., Riceburg. Adv facing inside hack cover Sloggett Thomas, Cowansville

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

See

Smith J. R., Farnham Tasker Ransom D., Clarenceville

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

1G7
See Adv

Buck

L.,

&

Son, East

COUTURE
Gleason H.

WALL PAPEE. Farnham JOSEPH., St Charles
See Adv page 103
E.,

HULL
de

O.

N., Cowansville.

page 49

Kinehan
page 9

Bros.,

Farnham
See Adv

Stanbridge.

L AROSE

M., Frelighsburg.

Donahue W. &
E.,

Farnham

LANDSBERG
cover

Cowansville J., Frelighsburg and Cowansville. See Adv outside front

Wingatc Hiram, Lower Bedfonl

WATER WHEEL, MANUFACTUEER OF. RICE WINDSOR V. (the Ring
Water Wheel), Riceburg Foundry and Machine shop. See Adv facing
title

Lawrence Edwin E., Cowansville Lequin & Martel, Farnham Lortie Edward, Frelighsburg Loud J. W. & G. E., Farnham
Pierce
F.,

page

WOOLLEN MILLS.

&

Co.,

Stanbridge East

COUTURE JOSEPH,
Stanbridge.
See
A.,

St Charles de

WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLEBS. Bulman J. D., Sweetsburg Hatch D. W. (agent), Lower Bedford

Adv page 103

Morison W.

&

A., Cowansville

STARK MRS.

Farnham

TOWN OF
SUBSCKIBEES'

ST.

JOHNS

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 corner St Charles Paradis E. Z., 88 Jacques Cartier

BLACKSMITHS.

Barcelow Toussaint, 105 Champlain Catudal Edouard, 64 St James Ethier L. N., 96 Champlain BOATS, FISHING TACKLE AND GUNS.

ARPIX EDOUARD
ARPIN EDOUARD,

(for sale or rent), 36 Richelieu. See Adv page 123

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS.
36
Richelieu.

AGENTS, INSUEANCE.

COOTE WILLIAM,
Adv page
131
1

2^St James. St George.

See

O'CAIN JAMES,
Adv page 149

See

Adv page 123 BOURGUIGNON ISAAC, 2 Market square. See Adv page 143 BOOT AND SHOE STORESSee

ASSIGNEE, OFFICIAL.

Boucher Charles, 68 Eichelieu
See

COOTE WILLlAxM,
Adv page
131

2 St James.

COUSINEAU LOUIS,

BANKERS, PRIVATE.
Arpin Charles, 71 Richelieu Black J. & H., 6 St James Macdonald Duncan, 100
Cartier

10^ St James. See Adv page 1 Morin O., 40 Richelieu Paquin Oliver, 77 Richelieu BOOTS AND SHOES, WHOLESALE MANUFAC-

TURERS
Jacques

OF.

COTE, ARPIN, &

CO., St James

Macdonald Edward C, lUO Jacques
Cartier

BROKERS, CUSTOM HOUSE AND COMMISSION-

BISSETT JAS.
BANKS.

(e-state

of the late),

LA BANQUE DE ST JEAN,
;

Louis

John Donaghj, manager, 13, 15 and 17 Eichelieu. See Adv page 125

Molleur, jun., president Ph. BauSee douin, cashier, 86 Richelieu.

O'CAIN JAMES (custom
St George.

house), See Adv page 149

1

Adv page 123 Merchants Bank of Canada, St Johns Branch, W. Lake Marler, manager,
29 Eichelieu

BUILDER.

BAR IRON AND STEEL.
Langelier & Decelles, Langelier Block, 50 and 52 Richelieu

Morin Edouard, 20 Albert BUILDING SOCIETY. La Soci^te Permanente de Construction du District d'Iberville, Edouard
L'Ecuyer,
secretary-treasurer,

69

Jacques Cartier
CABINET MAKERS-

BERLIN AND OTHER WOOLS-

ARPIN ELOUARD,
See

36

Eichelieu.

Adv page 123 Dewar Mrs. A., 92 Richelieu
Castelletti A., 37, 39

CHAGNON

O.,

53

Eichelieu.

See

Adv page 129 Dupree George N., 40 St Charles

BILLIARD ROOM. and 41 Richelieu

GILLESPIE &
See Adv page 4

CO., 119 Richelieu.

BISCUIT

AND CRACKER MANUFACTURERS. Dewar Mrs. A., 92 Richelieu White Job, 53 St James

.CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. Dupree George N., 40 St Charles Morin Edouard, 20 Albert

TOWN OF
CARKIAGE MAKERS.

ST.

JOHNS BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
CUSTOM HOUSE.

169

Catudal Edouard, 64 St James Trahan Joseph D., 141 St James

Phillips E. D., collector of customs, 23

Richelieu

CHAMBLY CANAL TOLL
QuesnelJules,
plain

OFFICE.

DRY

GOODS,

FANCY AND STAPLE.
W., 83 Richelieu.
See

sen., collector,

94 Cham-

BROSSEAU

CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS. La Rocque H., 109 Richelieu Wight & Co., 68 Richelieu
St

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 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

CIGAR MANUFACTURERS. Johns Cigar Manufactory, and 161 Eichelieu

159

LOMME

,

CIRCUIT COURT, DISTRICT OF IBERVILLE.

Charland & Marchand, joint clerk, Court House, 44 St Charles

CLERK OF THE CROWN, DISTRICT OF IBER
VILLE.

DRY GOODS, WHOLESALE.

Charland & Marchand, Court House, 44 St Charles

MOLLEUR
Adv page

J. E.,

147 Richelieu.

See

5

CLERK OF THE PEACE, DISTRICT OF IBERVILLE.

Charland & Marchand, Court House, 44 St Charles
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS.

BISSETT JAS.

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. Convent of the Congregation of Notre Dame, sister St Philippe de Nery, superioress, 54 Grant St Johns Commercial Academ}^, Brother Maximillian, director; Brother
Placidius, sub-director, 69 and 71 St

(estate of the late),

John Donaghy, manager, 13, 15 and 17 Richelieu. See Adv page 125

James
St Johns

O'CAIN JAMES, Adv page 149

High

School,

W. A.

Stevens,

1

St

George.

See

principal, St Cartier

George corner Jacques
tho

COMMISSION MERCHANT.

MACPHERSON
See Adv page 5

JAS., 4^ St James.

St Johns Infant School, under direction of the Grey Nuns

EGG DEALER, WHOLESALE.

CONFECTIONERS,

WHOLESALE AND
TAIL-

RE-

Huot Godfroy,

9

Market square

Dewar Mrs.
See

A., 92 Richelieu

ENGINEERS.

DUNxN & MAGUIRE,

175 Richelieu.

DUPLESSIS
See

E.,

& BEG.,

68 Grant.

Adv page 8 Goold R., & Co., 45 Richelieu
CONTRACTOR. Morin Edouard, 20 Albert

Adv page

10

EXPRESS COMPANIES.
JSational Express Co., George H. Wilkinson, agent, 25 Richelieu United States and Canada Express Co.,

COUNTY PRODUCE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

George H. Wilkinson, agent, 25 Richelieu

Bertrand A., & Co., 78 St John Huot Godfroy, 9 Market square
CROCKERY, GLASSWi^EE,
&c.

FANCY GOODS.

ARPIN EDOUARD,

Duval L., 15 Market square Moss John P., 14 Market square

36 Richelieu. See Adv page 123 Paille Charles, 112 and 114 Richelieu

170
FLOUR, GRAIN

TOWN OP

ST.

JOHNS BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
GUNSMITH. Barcelow Toussaint, 105 Champlain GUNS, REVOLVERS, &c.

AND PRODUCE, "WHOLESALE

Bertrand
See

A.,

&

Co., 78 St

MACPHERSON
Adv page
5

JAS.,

^

Johns
St James.

ARPIN EDOUARD,
See Adv page
1

36 Eichelieu.

FOUNDERS, IRON AND BRASS. DUPLESSIS E., & BRO., 68 Grant. See Adv page 1

23

HAIB DEES.SER.
Boivin
Charle.'?,

99 Jacques Cartier

FOUNDRY.

FONDEPIE CANADIENNE DB ST
JEAN,
Lt^andie Lareau, proprietor, 66 Grant. See Adv page 10

HARDWARE.
Courville Eusebe, 11 Market square Davignon & Brother, 82 Richelieu

FURNITURE DEALERS-

CHAGNON
page 129

0.,

53 Hichelieu. See

Adv

GILLESPIF. & Adv page 4

CO., 119 Richelieu. See

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-

GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODSClement O. G., 72 Eichelieu

GODIN

D., 56

Eichelieu.

See

Adv

DUBOIS LOUIS,
Adv page 8

120 Richelieu.

See

page 149
Guillet M., 44 Richelieu

McCONKEY

E.,

&

97 Eichelieu.

CO., Coote's block, See Adv page 6

Langevin & Monday, 82 Notre Dame, Montreal, and 129 Richelieu
HAY.PRESSED, WHOLEASLE AND RETAIL.

GRANITE WARE, C. C AND WHITE, MANUFACTURERS OF.

Bertrand

ST JOHNS STONE CHINA-WAEE CO., Edward C Macdonald, proprietor, St

A., & Co., 78 St John HORSE CLOTHING, WHIPS, &c.

Brouillet N., 77 Eichelieu

George croner Grant.
13
*

See

McGOOGAN
Richelieu.
Jame.-^.

P.,

Arpin's Block, 73

Adv page

See

Adv page 8
9

GROCERS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
MarUed
are wholesale.

POUT RE EDOUAED,

and 11 St

See Adv page 7

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

HORSE SHOERS. Barcelow Toussaint, 105 Champlain Ethier L. N., 96 Champlain
HOTELS-

Guilbert

Levi,

17 St

James corner

AMEEICAN HOTEL, D.
proprietor, 10, 12

B. Bartlett,

and 14 Eichelieu.

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

See Adv page 125 Canada Hotel, L. Forgue, 177 and 179

Eichelieu

Adv page 125
127 Eichelieu. See

*

LORD JOSEPH,

Adv page 6 * McNulty J. E., 141 Richelieu Monast Tancrede I)., 80 Richelieu Moreau Laurent, 16 St James Moss John P., 14 Market square
=*=

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

Plantier Pierre, 38 St Charles * Tees J. A., & Co., 84 Richelieu

CANADA, James
St George.

O'Cain, agent, See Adv page 149

1

TOWN OF

ST. JOHN'S

BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

171

CANADA FIRE AND MARINE IN- SCOTTISH IMPERIAL INSURSURANCE CO., James O'Cain, ANCE CO. of Glasgow, William
agent,
1

St

George.

See

Adv page

Coote, agent, 2 St James.

See Adv

149

page 131
(Fire, Life,

CITIZENS' INSURANCE

CANADA

CO. OF Accident and
1

STANDARD LIFE

ASSURANCE

CO. of Edinburgh, William Coote,

Guarantee), James O'Cain, agent, St George. See Adv page 149

COMMEKCIAL UNION INSURANCE CO. of London, Eng.,William
Coote, agent, 2 St James.

See

Adv

page 131

Adv page 131 LAND SURVEYOK. Weilbrenner Major Joseph, 106 Queen LEATHER MANUFACTURER. Lynch Anthony, 185 Richelieu
agent, 2 St James. See

IMPERIAL INSURANCE CO. of London, 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
See

LIBRARY, LENDING.

ARPIN EDOUARD,

36

Richelieu.

Adv page 123 LIQUORS AND WINES.
R.,

Davignon & Brother, 82 Richelieu
Goold

LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORAof London, Eng., (fire and life), James O'Cain, agent, 1 St George. See Adv page 149

&

Co., 4.5 Richelieu

TION

Guilbert Levi,

17

St

James corner

Champlain
M., sen., 103 and 105 Richelieu Langelier & Decelles, Langelier Block, 50 and 52 Richelieu 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

Hay

METROPOLITAN PLATE GLASS INSURANCE CO. of New York,
James O'Cain, agent, See Adv page 149
1

St George.

LOMME

NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE CO.
and
of

London

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

Champlain Moss John P., 14 Market square
LIVERY.
St Johns Boarding, Livery and Exchange Stable, W. J. Pearson, proprietoi', 78 Champlain St Johns Livery Stable, Napoleon Trahan, proprietor, 98 Champlain

PHCENIX

of London, William Coote, agent, 2 St James. See Adv page 131 of Liverpool and London (Fire and James O'Cain, agent, 1 St George. See Adv page 149

INSURANCE

CO.

QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY
Life),

ROYAL CANADIAN INSURANCE
(Fire and Marine), James O'Cain, agent, 1 St George. See Adv page 149

BOUSQUET

LUMBER MERCHANTS. LOUIS, 6 Richelieu. 8«e
(agentsj,

CO.

Adv page 131 Chaput & Boucher
Ryder
J.

St

Thomas corner Desalaberry
W., P. 0. address Iberville
MACHINISTS.
E.

ROYAL FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE CO. of Liverpool and London,
William Coote, agent, 2 St James. See Adv page 131

DUPLESSIS
Clement O.

& BRO.,

68

Grant.

See Adv page 10

SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL INSURCO. of Glasgow, William Coote. agent, 2 St James. See Adv page 131

MERCHANT

TAILORS.

ANCE

G., 72 Richelieu

DUBOIS LOUIS,
Adv page
8

120 Richelieu.

See

172

TOWN OF
E.,

ST.

JOHNS BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

McCONKEY

&

97 Richelieu.

CO., Coote's block, See Adv page 6

PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, Ac La Rocque H., 109 Richelieu
VVight

MILLINER. Morin Madame O., 40 Eichelieu

&

Co., 68 Richelieu

PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST.

MILLINERY AND MILLINERY GOODS.

BRAULT

BEOSSEAU

W.,

83 Richelieu.

See

Adv page

P. L., 131 Richelieu. 6

See

Adv page 5 Lefebvre Olivier, 118 Richelieu
NEWSPAPERS.

PHYSICIAN.

Wight Robert, 93 Jacques Cartier ner St James
PICTURE FRAMERS.

cor-

LA VOIX DU PEUPLE, Roy Bros.,
proprietors, 88 Richelieu. page 141

See Adv
Isaac

ARPIN EDOUARD,
See Adv page 123 CHAGNON 0., 53 Adv page 129 GILLESPIE & CO., See Adv page 4

36

Richelieu.

LE

FRANCO-CANADIEN,
See Adv page 143
E.

Richelieu.

See

Bourguignon, proprietor, 2 Market
square.

119

Richelieu.

THE NEWS AND FRONTIER ADVOCATE,
R. Smith, publisher

and proprietor, 18 Richelieu, nearly
opposite the Adv page 147

new

post

office.

See

PLUMBER. Morel Edouard, 19 Market »quare
POST OFFICE.

NOTARIES.

Osgood W.
lieu

A., postmaster, 23 Riche-

Archambeault Eugene, 29 St James Boucher O. N. E., 22 St James Fournier J. A., 97 Jacques Cartier L'Ecuyer Edouard, 69 Jacques Cartier

PRINTERS, BOOK

BOURGUIGNON

AND JOB. ISAAC, Le Franco-

Marchand & Charbonnean. 86 Jacques
Cartier
Castelletti A., 37, 39

Canadien Office, 2 Market square. See Adv page 143 ROY BROS., La Voix du Peuple office, 88 Richelieu. See Adv page 141

OYSTER SALOONS. and 41 Richelieu
175 Richelieu.

SMITH

DUNN
Goold

& MAGUIRE,
&

E. R., 18 Richelieu, nearly opposite the New Post Office. See Adv page 147

See Adv page 8
OYSTERS,
E.,

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

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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,
See

36

Richelieu.

Adv page 123 BOURGUIGNON ISAAC, 2 Market square. See Adv page 143 LaRocque & Bourke, 113 Richelieu PATTERN AND MODEL MAKERS.

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
127 Richelieu.
See

DUPLESSIS
See

E.,

& BRO., 68
10

Grant.

LORD JOSEPH,

Adv page

BROSSEAU

PATTERNS. W., E. Butterick & Co.'s Metropolitan, 83 Richelieu. See

Adv page 5

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.
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS,
&c.

1T3

Plantier Pierre, 38 St Charles corner Jacques Cartier Tees J. A.,& Co., 84 Richelieu corner St James

Chaput & Boucher, agents, St Thomas
corner Deealaberry

SCHOOL INSPECTOR.

EAILWAY8.
Central Vermont Railway, I. B. Futvoye, superintendent; G. C.Futvoye,
ticket agent,

Lemoine

Delaware and Hudson Canal Co.'s Railway, Charles Arpin, agent, 71 Eichelieu

Lamarche Zotique Ovide Hector (District of Iberville), 7 St John SEEDS, GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER. Wight & Co., 68 Richelieu SEWING MACHINES.
Trottier L. M., 90 Richelieu

Grand

Trunk

Railway,

"William

agent, Lemoine Stanstead, Shcfford and Chambly Railway, I. B. Futvoye, superintendent,

Drumm,

.SPRING BED, "

THE ADAMS.'

Ryder

J.

W., P. 0. address Iberville

Lemoine
Waterloo and Magog Railway, I. B. Futvoye, superintendent, Lemoine

SOAP MANUFACTURER. Massy George, Dominion Soap Works, 68 St John

SPINNING

WHEEL MANCFACTURER.
P., 21

READY-MADE CLOTHING.
Langevin & Monday, 82 Notre Dame, Montreal, and 129 Richelieu
EEQISTRY OFFICE,
ST,

McQuillen James

Market square

STATIONERY.

JOHNS COUNTY.

SMITH

Marchand W. A.,

registrar; Marchand L. G., deputy registrar, 95 Jacques Cartier

E. R., 18 Richelieu, nearly opposite the new post office. See Adv page 147

Castelletti A., 37, 39

RESTAURANTS. and 41 Richelieu Slavin Patrick, Railway Refreshment

STOVES AND TINWARE. Morel Edouard, 19 Market square STOVES, COAL AND WOOD.

LAREAU LEANDRE,
Adv page 10
E.,

ii&

Grant. See

Lemoine ROCKINGHAM WARE MANUFACTURER.
Saloon, 8

STRAW HATS (CANADIAN), WHOLESALE.
147 Richelieu.
See

ST JOHNS ROCKINGHAM

YELLOW WARE
TORY,

AND MOLLEUR J. Adv page 5 MANUFAC-

E. Bowler, proprietor, Allen corner St Thomas. See Adv page 153

ROOFER,

SUPERIOR COURT, DISTRICT OF IBERVILLE. Charland & Marchand, joint prothonotary. Court House, 44 St Charles

Morel Edouard, 19 Market square

SURGEON DENTIST. Trudeau
L, A., L.D.S., 173

SADDLE AND HARNESS M&KERS.
Brouillet N., 77 Richelieu

Richelieu

TAILOR-

COUSINEAU LOUIS,
See

10^ St James.

L'Esperance Charles, 47 Richelieu

Adv page 10
P.,

McGOOGAN
Richelieu.

Arpin's block, 73

See

Adv page 8
9 7

POUTRE EDOUARD,
James.
See

and 11 St

Adv page

TELEGRAPH COMPANY. Montreal Telegraph Co., George H. Wilkinson, agent, 25 Richelieu TICKET AGENT.
Futvoye G.
C.

SASH, DOOS

BOUSQUET

AND BLIND FACTORY LOUIS, factory 1 and

(Central

Vermont

Richelieu, office 6 Richelieu. Adv page 131

3 See

Railway), Lemoine
TINSMITH.

Morel Edouard, 19 Market square

174

TOWN OF
TOBACCONISTS.

ST,

JOHNS BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

DUNN
See

& MAGUIEE,

175 Eichelieu.

8 Hislop M. L., 31 Richelieu Goold R., & Co., 45 Richelieu
TOYS.

Adv page

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

ARPIN EDOUARD,
Paille Charles, 112

36 Richelieu.

See Adv page 123 Dewar Mrs. A., 92 Richelieu

WAX, WHOLESALE.

and 114 Richelieu
&c.

MOLLEUE, LANIEE &
Richelieu.

TEUNKS, VALISES,
Brouillet N., 77 Richelieu

CO., See Adv page 5

147

McGOOGAN
Eichelieu.

Arpin's block, See Adv page 8
P.,

73

WAX BLEACHERS. MOLLEUE, LANIER &
Eichelieu.

CO.,

147

POUTEE EDOUARD,
James.
See

Adv

9 page 7

and 11 St

See Adv page 5

TUENER, WOOD,

WAX CANDLES AND TAPERS, WHOLESALE MOLLEUR, LANIER & CO., 147
Eichelieu.

McQuillen James

P., 21

Market square

See Adv page 5

UNDERTAKEES.
Catudal Edouard. 64 St James CHAGNON 0.,' 53 Richelieu. See Adv page 129 GILLESPIE & CO., 119 Richelieu. See Adv page 4

YELLOW WARE, MANUFACTURER OF.
ST.

JOHNS ROCKINGHAM AND YELLOW WARE MANUFACE. Bowler, proprietor, Allen corner St Thomas. See Adv page 153

TORY,

FARMERS' DIRECTORY

TOWNSHIP OF DUNHAM,
GIVING THE LOT, CONCESSION AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS.

The following

post offices are in the To\\Tiship:

— Cowansville, Dunboro, DunThe
place following

ham, East Dunham, Scottf^more and Sweetsburg. All names not otherwise designated are those of formers.
the concession
is
:

Abbreviations used

the post office address. c, concession ; 1, lot.

Alcombrack E.
ford

1

17, c 9,

Upper Bed1

Beadle Wm.,

1

25, c 5,

Cowansville
1

Alexander Giiman, laborer,

15, c S,

Beattie Crawford, 1 18, c 2 Beattie Crawford, jun., 14, c

1,

Sweetsc
2,

Dunham
5. Cowansville Frelighsbnrg Archambault Antoine, 1 21, c 7, Cow-

burg
1

Allen George, Allen II. L., 1
ansville

"^8,

c

2, c 8,

Crawford Sweetsburg Beattie David S., 1
Beattie

(2nd).
17, c 3,
1

1

17,

Sweetsburg
SweetsSweets-

Beattie
1
1

James (2ad),
1

17, c 3,
17, c 3,

Archambault Louis, Archambault Peter,
ville

20, c 7,

Dunham
Cowans-

burg
Beattie John (2nd),

21, c 7,

burg
24, c 9, Cowansville c 5, Cowansville 1 7, c 9, Dunham
1 1

Armstrong Wm., Bachand J., 1 26, Badger John S., Badger Leonard,

Beattie Beattie Beattie

Wm (1st), Wm (2nd),
1

J.

C,

1

17, c 2,
1 1

18, c 2, 18, c 3,

Sweetsburg Sweetsburg Sweetsburg
9,

24, c 9,

Farnhara

Centre Badger Wilsej, 1 19, c 8, Dunham Baker Charles E., 1 23, c 10 (village),

Beaton Robert, 1 23, e Centre Beauvais Francois, 1 11,
Bell George,
20, c 9,

Faimham

c 8, Dunham Dunham

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

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, Cowansville

Benjamin John, 1 Benjamin P., 1 13,

18, c 8,

c 4,

Dunham
Barnes Joseph, 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
1

Dunham
Bates Merril,
1

16, c 4,

Cowansville

Benoit John. 1 9, c Benoit John, jun., 1 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

Dunham Dunham 7, Dunham 9, c 7, Dunham

Beach Jothan, 1 21, c 4, Cowansville Beach Milo, 1 17, c 5, Cowansville Beach Wells, 1 17, c 5, 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.
Chatfield
Sylvester,

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

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
1

6, c 2,

East
c 10,

Dunham
Farnham

Clement
Centi'e

A.,

28,

Brown Eugene, 12, c 6, Dunham Brown L. L., 1 13, c 5, Dunham Brown Robert, 1 15, c 5, Dunham Brown William, 3, c 2, East Dunham Brown Wm., jun., 1 1, c 3, East Dun1 I

ham
Brunch H. N., 1 Brunei Abram,
Centre
6,
1

c 2,

East

Dunham
Farnham

Clement A. H., 18, c 7, Dunham Coatswoi'th Charles, 1 8, c 6, Dunham Coderre Antoine, 1 8, c 10, Stan bridge East Colcord H. C, 1 18, c 5, Cowansville Collet Joseph, 1 5, c 2, East Dunham Colton Merit, 1 17, c 4, Cowansville

23, c 30,

Buchannan Alex., 1 14, c 2, Dunboro Buchannan Ambrose, 1 14, c 2, Dunboro

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

Buchannan Artemus, 1 14, c 3, Dunham Buchannan John, 1 12, c 5, Dunham Buchannan Robert, 13. c 4, Dunham Buck Belas, 1 28, c 9, Farnham Centre Buck Martin, 1 28, c 9, Farnham Cen1

tre

Burnett George, 1 23, c 9, Farnham Centre Burnett Thomas, 1 28, c 9, Farnham Centre Burton Leon, 1 14, c 7, Dunham Butler Daniel, 1 27, c 1, Sweetsburg Butler John, 1 28, c 1, Sweetsburg Butler Patrick, 1 27, c 1, Sweetsburg

6,

c 10,

Stanbridge

East
Crilley William, 16, c
7,

Stanbridge

East

Cummings David, 1 Cunningham Chas
2,

13, c 8,

Dunham
owner,
1

R., mill
6,

Cabana Baptiste, 1 Cady E. B., 1 23, c

13, c 6,
2,

Dunham

Sweetsburg

East Dunham Damague Anson, I 13, c
c
1,

Dunham

Call John, 1 7, c 5, East Dunham Call Lyman, 1 7, c 5, East Dunham

Cameron Seneca

P.,

1

9,

c 5,

Dunham

Patrick, 1 14, c 1, Dunboro Capron George, 1 22, c 3, Sweetsburg Caravan Francis, 22, c 2, Sweetsburg
1

Cam bell

Carter Absolom, 1 28, c 7, Cowansville Carter Edmund, 1 27, c 6, Cowansville Carter Timothy, 1 28, c 7, Cowansville

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

Damague

Dent Wm.,

I

21, c 5,
1

Cowansville

Diotte Etienne,

17, c 8,

Dunham

Carty Charles, 1 12, c 10, Dunham Cassvaint Cleophas, 1 5, c 2, East

Doherty John, 1 21, c 3, Cowansville Doherty John, 1 4, c 5, Cowansville Doherty Robert, 121, c 3, Dunham
Dougall James,
1
1

Dunham
Chadburn
bailiff,
1

Castle Philo,

1

7, c 8,

Dunham
and

Doj^Te Patrick,

1,
1

28, c 7, Cowansville c 1, North Pinnacle

Humphrey, farmer
14, c 3,

Sweetsburg

Dryden Thomas, 25, c 6, Cowansville Duchesneau Joseph, 1 1 1, clO, Dunham
Duclos Joseph,
1 1

ChaH'te John, II, c 4, P'relighsburg Chattield David, 1 2, c 1, East Dunham

14, c 6

Dupras Joseph,

25, c 5,

Cowansville

FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE

TOl/rNSHIP OF

DUNHAM.

177

Dupr^ Dupr^

N.,

1

24, c 10,
1

Narcisse,
1

24, c 10,

Farnham Centre Farnham
Frelighsburg

Centre

Ebbare John,
Ellison Ellison Ellison Ellison Ellison

1, c 10,

Charles, I 24, c 8, Cowansville E. C, 1 26, c 5, Cowansville

Richard, 1 24, c 6, Cowansville R. E., 23, c 7, Cowansville Vincent, 1 26, c 8, Cowansville
1

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-

1 8, c 10, Stanbridge East Gleason A., 1 8, c 4, East Dunham Gleason Hiram, 27, c 4, Cowansville Gleason Horace, 6, c 4, East Dunham Gleason 0. J., 1 6, c 4, East Dunham Gleason Rollin, 8, c 4, Kast Dunhani Gleason Willard, 8, c 4, East Dunham Godfrey Joseph, I 28, c 4, Cowansville Goyette Abijah, 9, c 1, East Dunham Goyette Alex., jun., 1 23, c 7, Cowans-

Girard Cyrille,

1

1

1

1

1

ville

Goyette Alex.,
ville

sen.,

1

27, c 4,

Cowans-

ham
Fitchett J. M., 1 19, c 4, Cowansville Filchett John W., 1 20, c 4, Cowansville

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, 27, c 7, Dunham Grenier Zep., 1 21, c 9, Dunham
1
! !

Ford Benjamin, Ford John M., I

I

6, c 1,

East

Dunham

Foss Isaac, I 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 Pinnacle Garrick George, 1 3, c 5

21, c 3, Cowansville 28, c 5, East Farnham

j

Edmond, 1 20, c 8, St Maryde Monir Hall Edwin, 1 5, c 8, Dunham
Guillett

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,
1

Dunham

Harvey Charles, 8, c 3, East Dunham Harvey C. M., 1 9, c 3, East Dunham Harvey Edward, I 1, c 2, North Pinnacle

Harvey Henry, 1 23, c 4, Cowansville Harvey Hiram, 11, c 3, Dunham Harvey Hubbard, 111, c 2, East Dun1

ham
Harvey Jonathan,
1

10, c 4,

East Dun-

ham
Harvey Nelson, Harvey Tyler,
1

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, Frelighsburg 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, 6, c 9, Dunham
I

13, c 3.

Dunboro

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,
Centre

1

4, c 8,

St

Armand

Hope

Silas A.^

1

16, c 5,
1

Dunham
East Farn-

Hulbert Henry,

28, c 6,
1

ham Humphrey
ville

Albert.
E.,
I

23, c 9,

Cowans-

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

Humphrey
Hunt
Hutchins

Miles,

Cowansville 1 25, c 7, 18, c 10, Pierceton Charles, 1 18, c 10, Pierceton

178

farmers' directory of the township op DUNHAM.
28, c 5,

Hutchins H. H.,

1

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-

Kerley John, 1 5, c 2, East Dunham Kerley Michael, 1 5, c 3, East Dunham 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

'

M

ham
Frelighsburg Charles, 1 7, c 1, East Dunham David, 1 8, c 2, East Dunham Harvey, 1 18, c 1, Scottsmore James, 1 8, c 2, East Dunham Jasper, 1 1, c 6, Frelighsburg Loren, 1 18, c 1, Scottsmore Milo, 1 8, c 2, East Dunham Manley, 26, c 5 S. I., 1 22, c l,Sweetsburg 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,
Ingalls Ingalls Ingalls Ingalls Ingalls Ingalls Ingalls Ingalls Ingalls Ingalls Ingalls
1

Dunham
Almond,
1,

c 6,

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, Gowansville

1

Lampman Abram,
ville

1

25, c 5,

Gowans-

Lapointe Julius, 1 16, c 2, Scottsmore Laravee Godfiey, 1 16, c 8, Dunham

Dunham
Jassmain Francis,
sen.,
1

20, c 9,

Dun-

ham
Jassmain Jassmain Jassmain Jassmain Jassmain
Joseph, Joseph, Joseph,

Paul, 1 Toussaint,

Dunham Dunham 26, c 8, Dunham 19, c 10, Dunham
1
1
1

21, c 10,

20, c 9,

Dunham Dunham Laraway Jonas, 1 12, c 9, Dunham Laraway Rodney, 1 11, c 9, Dunham Laraway Wm., 1 14, c 10, Dunham
Laraway George,
liaraway George,
1

10, c 9,

1

11, c 9,

Lareau Casimir,
Centre

1

24, c 10, 20, c 7,

Farnham

1

13, c

6,

Dan-

Larocque Peter,
1

1

Dunham

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-

Larose Joseph, 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,
I

1

13, c 10,

Dunham

ham
Johnson Harvey,
1

Leblanc Regis,
2, c
6,

East Dun-

ham
Johnson James, 2, Johnson Stephen, 1
1

c 4,
2, c

East Dunham 2, East Dun-

ham
Johnston Thomas, 1 13, c 6, Dunham Johnson W. H., 2, c 4, East Dunham
1

Leduc Francis, 1 Leduc Henry, 1 26, c 5, Gowansville Leduc William, 20, c 10, Pierceton Lee Edmond, 15, c 1, Dunboro Lee Joseph, 1 10, c 5, Dunham Lee William, 15, c 4
1 1 1

21, c 10, St Sebastien 20, c 10, Pierceton

Jolifou Mitchel,

1

17, c 5,

Dunham

Jones John, 1 27, c 7, Gowansville Jones Lafayette, 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
1

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,
Centre

1

25, c 10,
7,

Farnham

Kathan E. W., 1 28, c 2, West Brome Katban Barton, 27, c 2, Sweetsburg Koarns Francis, 17, c 6, Gowansville Kearns James, 26, c 6, Gowansville Kearns Thomas, 1 26, c 7, Gowansville
1 1 1

Longeway Longeway

B. A., 1 10, c G. R., 1 10, c Longeley Levi, 14, c3,
1

8,

Dunham Dunham Dunham

Malhiot Edward, Frelighsburg Mandigo Amos, 1 18, c 10, Pierceton

FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE TOWNSHIP OP DUNHAM.

179

Mandigo
Centre

Wm.

S..

1 1

20, c

1

Manhannak

Fred.,

24, c 10,

Farnham
Farnham
Farnham

Manhannak John,
Centre

1

26, c 10,
c 10,

Manhannak
Centre

P.,
T.,

1

2-1,

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
1

Manhannak
Centre

25, c

10,

Farnham

Noiseux Prudent,

sen.,

1

18, c 8,
9,

Dun-

ham
James,

Mann

3Iarcoux Marshall Marshall Marshall Marshall

Geo. F., 1 13, c 6, Dunham John, 1 13, c 2, Dunboro
1

18, c 7,
1

James H., Thomas, 1
Wilson,
I

19, c 6,

18, c
6,

Dunham Dunham 6, Dunham
DunG.

O'Brien John C, 1 27, c Centre O'Brien Kennedy, 1 17, c O'Brien Michael, 1 17, c 5

Farnham
Dunboro

1,

OBrien

Robert,

1

17, c 7,

Dunham

c 3, East

ham
Martindale Wells,
ville
1

18, c

Cowans-

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

Mayo Henry,

1

28, c 5, Cowaiisville
1

Mayotte Joseph,

25, c 5,

Eist Farn-

ham
McCloy Alex., 1 28, c 1, Sweetsburg MeCloy James, 23, c 4, Cowansville McCuUough James, 1 5, c 1, East Dun1

Paquette Louis, 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
1

Pell

James

G.,

1

3, c 8,

Dunham
c 1,

ham
McCutcheon
burg

Perkins Henry, 1 Perkins Johnson,

12, c 1,
1

9,

Dunboro East Dun-

Wm.
1

S.,

1

17, c 3,

Sweets-

ham
Perkins Piobert, 1 9, c 2, East Dunham Perkins William, 17, c 4, East Dun-

McElroy James, 12, c 8, Dunham McElroy John, 1 13, c 7, Dunham McElroy Samuel, 14, c 7, Dunham
1

ham
Perry Henry, 1 9, c 2 Pickei'ing Thomas, 1 burg
1,

31cGarry John,

1

13, c 4,
1

Dunham
CowansEast Dun-

c

7,

Frelighs-

McGoveren
ville

Patrick,

28, c 6,
c 5,

McGrath James, 15,

ham
McGrath John,
nacle
1

1,

c 3.

North Pin1,

McLarty David,

1

13, c
1

East Dun-

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

ham
McLoughlin James,
2,

Centre
c 3, East
2,

Dun-

Powers John,
Centre Pratt Thomas,
1

1

27,

c

10,

Farnham
Cowans-

ham
McLoughlin
burg Meigs A.
D.,
J.

A.,

1

27, c

Sweets-

15, c 10,
1

Dunham
Cowans-

Primmerman
1 7,

Peter,
S.,
1

27, c 9,
5,

c 10, Stan bridge

East

ville

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-

Primmerman
ville

24, c

Quebec L., 1 27, c 6 Quebec Maurice, 1 21,
Eacicot Racicot Racicot Racicot
Eber,
Fred.,
Israel,
1
1
1

c 7,

22, c 7, 17, c 6,
20, c 5.

Dunham Dunham
Cowansville Cowansville
21, c 7,

burg Miltimore
MoflFatt

Israel (2nd),
1

1

Dun-

S. B.,

1 1

20, c 2,

Sweetsburg

ham
Eacicot Louis,
20, c 7,

Thomas,

19, c 2

Dunham

180

FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE TOWNSHIP OF DUNHAM.
14, c 6,
1

Racine Joseph,

1

Dunham
North PinNorth Pin-

Haven
nacle

Patrick,

1,

c c

1,

Raven William,
nacle

I

1,

1,

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

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 Smith Charles,

14, c 5,
1

Dunham

Roe Patrick,

1

17, c 10,

Pierce ton

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-

Snider J. W., 1 Soule Charles E., 1 14, c 6, Dunham Soule Silas, 1 14, c 6, Dunham Spencer Ambrose, 1 1, c 8, Frelighs-

23, c 8, Cowansville 5, c 6, Dunham

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

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

Stephen David, Stephen John, 1

Stevens Stevens Stickney Charles, 1 2, c 8, Frelighsburg Stratford Joseph, 1 23, c 10, Dunham Sykes Samuel, 1 9, c 8, Dunham

Dunham Dunham A. D., 1 14, c 6, Dunham Levi, 1 9, c 6, Dunham
1

14, c 5,

14, c 5,

Sykes Wm.,
ville

1

15, c 9,
1

Dunham
c
6,

Teel Christopher,

26,

Cowans-

Sargeant Anson, Centre Saunterre J. B., Centre

1

27, c 9, 25, c
9,

Farnham Farnham

1

Teel Cornelius, 1 25, c 8, Cowansville Teel Gilbert, 1 24, c 7, CowansvilUe Teel Jacob, 1 23, c 7, Cowansville

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

Ten Eyck Andrew, 14,
bridge East

c 10, Stan-

Ten Eyck Henry,
East

1

5, c 10,

Stanbridge

Tetreault Julius, 1 23, c 10, Dunha Tetreault Noel, 1 14, c 6, Dunham Tilson John, 1 25, c 8, Cowansville

m

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-

Tittemore Philip, 1 24, c 1, Sweetsburg Touchette Louis, jun., 1 16, c 3, Sweetsburg Touchette Louis, sen.,1 15, c 2, Sweetsburg Towntjhend J. M., 1 8, c 5, East Dun-

ham
Townshend
J. N.,
1

Traver Levi, Tree Caleb, 1

ham
Selby Jonathan,
1

5,

c

7,

(village)

Dunham

Vail Allen, 1 Vail Edmond, 1 19, c 3, Cowansville Vail Ira, 1 17, c 4, Cowansville

1 8, c 8, Dunham c 9, Stanbridge East 10, c 10, Stanbridge East 20, c 5, Frelighsburg

8,

farmers' directory op the township op stanbridqe.
Cowansville
1

181

Vail Micab,

1

17, c 4,

Yan Antwerp George H.,

8,

c 8,

DunDun-

ham
Van Antwerp George
R.,
1

8, c 8,

James, 1 8, c 8, Stanbridge East Vance John, 1 27, c 6, Cowansville Vance Thomas, 1 9, c 3, East Dunham

ham Van Antwerp

Vandyke Amos,
Wallace Dougal, Wales Hannibal,

1
1

12, c 9,

Dunham

1

20, c 3, Cowansville 7, c 3, East Dunham

Westover Westover burg Westover Westover burg Westover Westover burg Westover Westover

Asa,

I

3, c 9,
1

Frelighsburg
c 6,

Charles,
Daniel,
1

6,

Frelighs-

2, c 9,

Frelighsburg

David, 12,
D. W., 1 George,
1,
1

c 10, Frelighs-

2,

c 6, Frelighsburg c 9, Frelighs-

John,

1

13, c 1,
1

East
11,

Dunham
1,

Marcellus,

c

East

Wales Orlin, 1 Watson E. L., 1

Y,

c 3,

10, c 7,

East Dunham Dunham

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, Sweetsburg

Watt John, 1 25, c 9, Cowansville Watt Robert, 1 25, c 9, Cowansville Watt Wm, jun., 1 24, c 5, Cowansville

WattWm, sen, 24, c 5, Webb George W., 26, c 5,
1 1

Cowansville Cowansville

Webster Horace,
ville

1

26, c
1

1,

Weightman John,
Welch H. M., Welch S. iM.,
Wells David,
1
1

23, c 4,

Sweetsburg Cowans-

28, c 3, Cowansville 27, c 2, Sweetsburgh

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,

1
1

West

E. W.,

26, c 5, Cowansville 19, c 4, Cowansville

Dunham
Worden Charles, Worden Johnson,
East
1

6,
1

c 2,

Westover Albert, 1 3, burg Westover Asa (2nd), 1
burff

c 10, Frelighs1, c 9,

8, c 10,

East Dunham Stanbridge
c
10,

Frelighs-

Wright James
bridge East

E.,

1

10,

Stan-

FARMERS' DIRECTORY

TOWNSHIP OF STANBRIDGE,
GIVING THE LOT, CONCESSION AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
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. BedAbbreviations used c, concession; 1, lot L Bedford, Lower Bedford; ford, Upper Bedford.

The post

:

;

U

Adams
ford

Mrs., widow, 1 Alcombrack Richard,

19,
1

c 6, c 7,

Mystic

Alexanc're

Abraham, 17,
I

c 11,

Pike

6,

L

Bed-

River
Allaire Fiangoi-^, Station
9,

c 10,

Stanbridge

Alden James, cheese manufacturer and farmer, 1 20, c 2, Stanbury

182

farmers' directory of the township of stanbridoe.
Best Thomas, bridge

Allaire Pierre, 19, c 9, Stan bridge Station Allen Peter, 1 8, c 8, Stanbridge Station
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, Stanbridge Ridge Barnes George, 1 15, c 6, Mystic Barron Fi-angois, 1 12, c 9, Stanbridge

1

20, c 3,

North Stan-

Alvany Michael,

Beurton Pierre, 1 4, c 8, L Bedford Bissonnette Joseph, 1 24, c 4, North Stanbridge
Bissonnette Moise, de Stanbridge
1

19, c 9,

St Charles

Station

Barsalou Pierre, 1 28, c 6, St Charles de Stanbridge Bateheller Addison, 1 10, c 7, L Bedford

Baxter George, trader,
ford Beattie Beattie

1

7. c

-i,

U

Bed-

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

Andrew

F.,
1

1

22, c 2,
c
1,

Stan bury

Bockus Richmond, 1 Bockus Wellington,

1

23, c 7, 23, c

Mystic Mystic
,

George, Centre
1

2-i,

Farnham
saw
mill

Beattie Harvey, farmer and

Stanbury Beattie Porter, postmaster and farmer, 1 24-, c 2, Stanbury Bechard Julien, 13, c 8, Stanbridge
21, c 3,
1

owner,

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, Stanbridge 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

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
to n

Horatio,

1

14, c 1, Pierce-

Boomhower James, 1 Boomhower Walter,
ton

1

22, c 6, Mystic 14, c 1, Pierce-

Borden Mrs. James, widow, Stanbridge
East Borden Wait C,
Station
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 1

2, c

10, Stanbridge

Bouchard Ephrem,

Station

Berthiaume Antoine,
ford

1

11, c 5,

U

Bed-

Berthiaume
ford

Jo.seph,

1

12, c 5,

U

Bed-

Bertrand Simon, Stanbridge
Bessette Uon, Stanbridi^e
1

1

16,

c

5,

North

28, e 9, St

Charles de

Stanbridije

FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE TOWNSHIP OF STANBRIDGE.
Boudreau Joseph,
Stan bridge
1

183

23,
23,

c c

5,

North North

Boadreau Pierre,
Stan bridge

1

5,

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 Stanbridge Brault Jules, farmer and biicklayer, 1 23, c 1, Pierceton Brault Laurent, 111, c 9, Stanbridge

Boudreau

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, 28, c 9, St Charles de Stanbridge Charpentier Louis, 27, c 9, St Charles de Stanbridge Charpentier Pierre, I 21, c 5, North Stanbridge Charron Eugene, I 17, c 5, North Stan1 1

Station

Brault Mrs. Olivier, widow, I 23, c 8, St Charles de Stanbridge Brault Pierre, 1 1-1, c 8, Stanbridge
Station

Brault William,
Station

1

U,
1

c 8, Stanbridge
c
9,

Brown George,
Station
1

5,

Stanbridge

Brown James, 21, c 6, Mystic BuUis Martin, farmer and boatman,
•1,

1

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 Charles de Stanbridge Campbell Emery, 1 10, c 9, Stanbridge
c 11,

bridge Chartier Israel, 1 17, c 5, North Stanbridge Chartier Joseph, I 18, c 5, North Stanbridge 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,
Clafflin
1

20, c 2,

Stanbury

Station

Campbell

Isaie,

I

27, c 8, St Charles de
1

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

Stanbridge Campbell Joseph,
Station

10, c 9,

Stanbridge

Ridge Corey John H., 1 9, c 7, L Bedford Corey Lindol, farmer and provincial
land survej'or,
1

Campbell

Julien,

I

26, c 7, St Charles
1

7, c 4,

Stanbridge

de Stanbridge

Campbell Narcisse,
bridge Station

10,

c

9,

Stan-

Campbell Thomas,
Station

I

2,

c 8, St

Armand

Capsey James H., I 14, c 6, Mystic Carriere Mrs., widow, I 15, c 8, St Charles de Stanbridge

Ridge Corey Luther, J.P., 1 4, c 3, Stanbridge 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, Kiver
C6t^ Charles,
1

1

5,

c

11,

Pike

Deline Rodger,

1

11, c 5, Ricebui*g
7,
1

Malmaison Cot^ Jean Baptiste, 12, c 12, Pike
18, c 9,

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 Bedford Creller Jeremiah, 1 2, c 5, Creller Rufue, 1 2, c 6, L Bedford

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
J. Bte.,

Demers Demers

Israel,

1

c 11, Pike River

19, c 6,

Station

Des Rivieres F. G., J. P., 1 15, c 9, Malmaison Dion Antoine, 1 19, c 9, St Charles
de Stanbridge

Dion Elz^ar,
Stanbridge Dion Severe, Stanbridge

1

20, c 9, St
19, c 9, 18, c

Charles de

1

St Charles do
9,

Dion

Z^pliirin,

1

St Charles

L

de Stanbridge Douglas Miss Jane,
ford

1

10, c 7,
1

Crothers Amos,
Station

1

1,

c

10,

Stanbridge
Stanbridge

Douglas Mrs., widow,

12, c 8,

Mystic L Bed-

Crothers Eobert,
Station

1

2, c 10,

Crothers Robert H., 1 1, c 10, Stanbridge Station Currie Horatio N., 1 17, c 3, North Stanbridge Cyr Jobeph, 1 10, c 6, Mystic Daigneau Alexis, 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
I

Duchaineau Emerie, 1 7, River Duchaineau Jean B., 1 8, River Duchaineau Joseph, 1 8,
bridge Station

c 10, o 10, c
9,

Pike
Pike
Stan-

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

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 Stanbridge

Dupuis Alfred, 14, ell, Pike River Durocher Venance, 1 25, c 4, North
Stanbridge

Eaton Edward H.,
East Eden Ruben,
Station
1

1

9, c 2,

Stanbridge Stanbridge

14,

c

7,

Edmunds James, Edmunds Robert
ford

1

11, c 6,
1

L

N.,

11, c 6,

Bedford L Bed-

Daudelin Olivier,
bridge

1

20, c 4,

North Stan-

Edoin Antoine, 14, c
1

8,

Stanbridge

Daudelin Toussaint, 25, c 1, Pierceton Davis George 1 1, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge Davis Mrs. N. widow, 1 1, c 4, Stanbridge Easi Davis William, 1 2, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge Dewfbrges Abraham, 1 15, c 8, St Charles de Stanbridge
,

Station

Edoin Gilbert,
Station

1

4,

c

8,

Stanbridge

Edoin

Vital,

1 1

3, c 11,

Pike River
Pierceton Pierceton

Elliott John,

18, c
1

1,

Elliott Robert,

19, o 1,

Emond
Ewing

Louis, 1 12, c 10, Pike River Fnincis, 1 14, c 10, Pike River

FABMERS' DIRECTORY OF THE TOWNSHIP OF STANBRIDQE.

185

Ewing George W.,
River
Fairfield Samuel,
1

1

10, o

10,

Pike

Gendreau Laurent,

1

24, c 4,

North

6, c 2,

Stanbridge
c
11,

East Falcon Dominique, River

1

7,

Pike

Favreau Louis,
East

1

6, c 10,

Fisher Charles A., 11, c

4,

Pike Eiver Stanbridge

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 Stanbridge

Forgue

Isaie,

1

24, c 5,

North Stan-

bridge Fortier J. Bte.,

1

21, c 9, St Charles
1

de Stanbridge Fournier Charles,
Station

12, c8,

Stanbridge

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, Stanbridge East Goudreau Dosith^, 1 13, c 5, L Bedford and Goudreau storekeeper Isaie, 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

Fournier J. Bte., jun., 23, c 8, St Charles de Stanbridge Fournier J. Bte., sen., 8, c 12, Stanbridge Station Fournier Napoleon, 1 22, c 7, St Charles 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 Charles 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
1 1

Granger Muthurin,
Station Guertin Theophile, Guiilotte Etienne,

1

13, c 8,

Stanbridge

1 1

18, c 6,

Mystic

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,
Hastings

1

Heman

28, c 3, Haseville A., 1 5, c 8, Stan1

bridge Station

Hauver Benjamin,
Station

10, c 8,

Stanbridge
Char-

Hauver Chester
les

E.,

1

17, c 7, St

de Stanbridge
1

Hauver Hiram,
Station

14, c 9,

Stanbridge

Hauver John, 1 3, Hauver Robert, 1
de Stanbridge Hawkins Samuel, Stanbridge

c 6,

L Bedford
Charles
c

19, c 7, St

1

20,

4,

North

186

FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE TOWNSHIP OF STANBRIDGE.
Juarre Jean Marie, 1 1 6, c 7, Mystic Juarre Moise, 1 16, c 7, Mystic Kennedy George, 1 26, c 2, Stanbridge East

Hawle}' John, 1 4, c 3, Stan bridge East Hitchcock Peter, 1 3 and 4, c 9, Stanbridge Station

Hebert Magloire,
East

I

3, c

1,

Stanbridge
Stanbridge

Kennedy
1

Lester,

1

27,

c

3,

North

Hodge George,
East

10, c 3,
18, c 7,

Stanbridge Kennedy William,

1

26, c2,

Stanbury
Stanbridge Stanbridge
c 4,

Hodge Hodge
East

Lorenzo, William,

1 1

Pierceton 10, c 2, Stanbridge
2,

Keroack Louis,
Station

1

10, c 8,
1

Knight David
1

B.,

10, c 4.

Eogle

A. D. F., Station

c 9,

Stanbridge Stanbridge

East

Knight Edmund C,
1

1

9,

Stan-

Holloway Thomas,
East

5, c 2.

Holmes

AVilliam,
1

1

4. c

Hungerford Homer
wheelwright,
1,

L Bedford farmer and c 9, Stanbridge
7,

H.,

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, 11, c 4, Riceburg Jenkins Prentice L., 1 11, c 4, Riceburg Johnson Charles, 15, c 2, Stanbridge East Johnson Dorwin, 1 5, c 1, Stanbridge East Johnson Edson S., 1 5, c 2, Stanbridge East
1

1 23, c 2, Stanbridge East Labrecque Pierre, 1 27, c 5, North Stanbridge Lachapelle Olivier, 1 3, c 11, Pike River Lacoste Leon, 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, Stanbridge 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
1

bridge East Knight Page,

Station

Lamourexix Frangois,
Stanbridge Lamoureux Hubert, Stanbridge
1

1

21, c 4,

North
North

Johnson

Hadlej',

1

5, c

2,

Stanbridge Stanbridge

22, c 4, 22, c 4,

East Johntjon John W., East Johnson Noah, 1 East

1

11, c 2, c

Lamoureux Michel,
Stanbridge

1

North North
North North

2,

1,

Standbridge

Lamoureux Napoleon,
Stanbridge

1

23, c 4,
1

Johnson Samuel, 1 4, c 2, Standbridge East Johnson Theodore, mechanic, 1 27, c 2, Riceburg
Jolin Hubert, painter, bridge Station
1

Lamoureux

Vital, jun.,
Vital,
1

22, c4,

Stanbridge

Lamoureux
Landry Landry Landzy

26,

c

4,

Stanbridge
J. Bte.,
1 1

2,

c 10, Stan-

16, c 7,
11, c
8,

Julien,

Mystic Stanbridge
Stanbridge

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

Station Louis, Station

1

8,

c

9,

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
Stanbridge Lanoue Medard, de Stanbridge Lapointe J. Bte., Lapointe Louis,
Station

23, c 8, St Charles 22, c 8, St
10, c 10,
8,

de

1

Charles

Martindale Hiram, 1 bridge Ridge Martindale John, 1 4,

3,

c 4,

Stan-

c 4,

Stanbridge Stanbridge

Ridge
1

1

c 8,

Pike Eiver Stanbridge

Martindale Noble,

1

3, c 4,

Laporte Joseph,
bridge Lareau Antoine,

1

20, c 5,

Xorth Stan-

Ridge McAleer Barnev. 1 7, c 7. L Bedford McAleer John, \1, c 7, L Bedford McAleer Joseph, school teacher and
farmer,
1

4, c 11, Pike River Lareau Fran9ois, I 3, c 1 1, Pike Eiver Lareau Joseph, 1 21, c 9, St Charles de
1

7, c 6,

L
1

Bedford
8, c 6,

McAleer Reynolds,

L

Bedford

Stanbridge

McCabe John, 1 26, c 3, Stanbury McCarty Henry, 1 7, c 8, Stanbridge
Station

Lareau J. Bte., Lareau Selime,

1
1

3, c 11, Pike River 22, c 9, St Charles de
5, c 10,

McCarty
Station

Lester,

1

6, c

9,

Stanbridge Stanbridge

Stan bridge Larochelle Joseph Isaie,

1

Pike

McCarty Ralph,
Station

1

1,

c 9,

Eiver
Larochelle Paul, de Stanbridge Lebeau Joseph, Station
1

17, c 8, St
13, c 8,

Charles

McGarry Peter, 1 3, c 7, L Bedford McGovern Patrick, 1 8, c 4, Stanbridge
Eidge Mcintosh John, laborer,
Riceburg
1

1

Stanbridge

13,

c

3,

Leduc

Avila,

1

9, c 8,
1

L

Bedford

Lefort Honors, bridge Lefort Joseph, bridge

19, c 5,

North StanXorth StanPierceton

McN'amara Edward,
bridge East

1

6,

c

4,

Stan-

1

19, c 5,

Mehnlay John
Stanbridge

F.,

1

18,

c 4,

North

Leggett James,

1

28, c
c 5,

1,

Lent David, 1 11, Lord Isrum, 1 7,

Eiceburg c 11, Pike Eiver Malhiot Joseph, 1 19 and 20, c 8, St Charles de Stanbridge Marchesseau Francois, 1 15, c 8, Stanbridge Station

and pedlar, 1 North Stanbridge Messier Edouard, 1 19 and 20, c 8, St
Philip, farmer
18. c 4,

Melady

Charles de Stanbridge Messier Francois, 1 19 and 20, c 8, St Charles de Stanbridge Messier Joseph, 1 15, c 8, Stanbridge
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, Stanbridge Ridge Martindale Curtis, 1 4, c 4, Stanbridge Ridge Martindale Florian, piano and organ agent, 1 7, c 4, Stanbridge Eidge

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 Molleur Molleur Molleur

Joseph,
Pierre, Eegis, 1

1 1

4, c
6, c

12,

10,

7,

Theodore,

1

c 11, 4, c

Pike Eiver Pike Eiver Pike River 11, Pike River
1

Monaghau

Francis, sen., bridge East

1,

c 2, Stan-

188

farmers' directory op the township of stanbridge.
4, c 2,

Monaghan James,
East

1

Stanbridge
c 2, Stan-

Monaghan Matthew,
bridge East

1

3,

Paradis Charles, 1 26, c 7, St Charles de Stanbridge Pariseau Pierre, 1 15, c 9, Stanbridge
Station

Montle Chauncey,
Station

1

7, c 9,

Stanbridge

c 9, Stanbridge Station Montle' John F., 1 7, c 9, Stanbridge Station Montplaisir Joseph, 1 28, c 3, Haseville

Montle James Melvin, 16,

Patenaude J. Bte., 1 24, c 7, St Charles de Stanbridge Pendleberry George, 1 27, c 2, Stanbury 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

Moore Eobert, Moquin Israel,

1
1

1,

c

6,

L

Bedford
de

21, c 9, St Charles
14, c 4,

River Percy James,

1

10, c 10,

Pike River

Stanbridge Moquin Raphael,
Station

1

Stanbridge
Stan-

Morgan Edward,
bridge Station

jun.,

1

4, c 9,

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-

Morgan Edward

J.,

1

1,

c 9, Stanbridge

Station Morin Etienne, 121, c

8,

St Charles de

Stanbridge

burg Perry Horace, 1 12, c Perry John, 1 12 and

2,

Riceburg

13, c 2, Ricebui-g

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 Sta1 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

Phaneuf David,

1

26, c 7, St Charles
4,

de Stanbridge Phelps A, D.,^1 17, c
bridge Phelps^ J. W.,
1

North Stan-

6,
1

Phelps John

B.,

c 2, Stanbridge East 10, c 10, Pike Eiver
7,

Pinkbam Charles, Stanbridge East Pinsonneault Theophile, 1 18, c Mystic

tion Noel Christophe,

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
1

Normandin

Isa'ie, 1

25, c 8, St Chai'les

brick maker and 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
fiarmer,
1

de Stanbridge O'Dell John H.,

Plante Henry, bridge Plante^Henry, bridge
Poirier Benoni,

21, c 5, 21, c 5,

North Stan-

1

North Stande

1

25, c 7, St Charles
10, c 5,

8, c 2,

Stanbridge Poirier Joseph,
Poirier J. Bte.,

I
I

L Bedford
St Charles

27,
1

c

7,

de Stanbridge
Poirier J. Bte., jun., ford
10, c 5,

L

Bed-

Poirier J. Bte., sen., 1 14, c 8, Stanbridge 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.
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 Prim merman George, 12, c 6, L Bedford

189

Proctor Charles J., 1 16, c 7. Mystic Provost William, 1 28, c 5, North Stanbridge Provost Leon, 1 21, c 9, St Charles de Stan bridge Eabidoux Epiphane, 1 5, c 2, Stanbridge 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

Rocheleau Damase, 1 2, c 10, Pike River Rocheleau Francois, 2, c 11, Pike River Rocheleau Henri, 3, c 11, Pike River Rocheleau Hubert, 1 9, c 10, Pike River Rocheleau Joseph, 1 5, c 10, Pike River Rocheleau Louis, 4, c 10, Pike River Rocheleau Pierre, 1 4, c 10, Pike River Rogers 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
1 1
1

,

1

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
1

Russell Alfred, 1 11, c 4, North Stanbridge Russell Alfred K., 1 11, c 3. Riceburg Russell Edward, 1 21, c 4, North Stanbridge Russell Ernest, 1 21, c 4, North Stanbridge Rfissell George, fiirmer and butcher,
1

12, c 6,

Riceburg

Russell Hamilton,

1
2.

1,

c

12,

Pike

Reynolds Emerson J., burg Reynolds Rodney C, 1
ford

14, c 2, Rice-

River Russell Jeremiah, 1 Salford John. 1 7, c

Samson Joseph,

1

Riceburg Stanbridge East 24, c 7, St Charles de
15, c 3,

1,

c

7,

L

Bed-

Rhicard David H., East Rhicard Josephus, Ridge Rhicard Samuel

1

4, c 13,

Stanbridge
Stanbridge

Stanbridge Sanderson David, 1 17, c 2, Piei-ceton Sargent Benjamin, 1 18, c 1, Pierceton,
1 15, c 5, North Stanbridge Sawyer Joseph, 1 IS, c 3, North Stanbridge Sawyer Robert, 1 18, c 3, North Stanbridge Scagel Anson, Stanbridge East Scagel Jacob, 1 12, c 3, Riceburg Schoolcraft James, 1 c 7, L Bedford Schoolcraft Myron, 1 19, c 4, North

1

6, c

4,

Sawyer Andrew,

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 Stanbridge

Robert

CjTille,

1

27, c 7,

North Stan-

,

bridge

Robert Felix,
bridge

1

19, c 4, ^'orth Stan-

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

Robert Maxime, 1 23, c 9, St Charles de Stanbridge Robinson William, 1 24, c 1, Pierceton Robinson William G., 1 25, c 1. Pierceton

190

FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE TOWNSHIP OF STANBRIDGE.
Stone Leonard, 1 18, c 4, North Stanbridge 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 Charles de Stanbridge Tetreault Richard, 1 24, c 9, St Charles de Stanbridge Therien Eusebe, 1 8, c 8, Stanbridge
Station

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 Stan1

bridge Skeels Mrs. Alfred, widow,

10, c 8,

Bedford Smith Addison,

L

1

13, c 5,

L Bedford

Joseph, bridge Smith Loftus Stanbridge

Smith Smith Smith Smith

Albert,

1

Harvey, Herbert H.,
1

13, c 5, L Bedford 1 25, c 2, Pierceton
1

25, c 2, Pierceton

19, c 4,
1

North Stanc
3,

J.,

24,

North

Smith Luther L., 1 11, c 10, Pike Kiver Smith Marvin, 1 13, c 6, L Bedford Snyder Lastin, farmer, cheese manufacturer, president Missis(juoi County Agricultural Society, 1 3, c 8, L Bedford Sornberger Rodney, 1 8, c 4, Stanbridge East Sornberger Samuel H., 1 8, c 4, Stanbridge 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, Eiceburg Stanton Gardner G., 1 1, c3, Stanbridge

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 Stanbridge

ThibeaultNarcisse, 1 21, c 7, St Charles de Stanbridge Thompson John, 114, c 3, North Stanbridge Thompson William, 1 14, c 4, North Stanbridge Thuot Louis, 1 14, c 9, Stanbridge
Station
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

Titus Paul D.,

Eidge
Stanton "William,
1

1, c

3,

Stanbridge

Eidge
Stanbury Stevens Andrew, 1 13, c 7, L Bedford Stevens Ariel, 1 12, c 7, L Bedford
Steel Daniel,
1

23, c 3,

Tougas Tougas

Station Hilaire, Julien, 1

14,

7, c 10,

Stinehour William,
ford

1

12, c 7,

L

Bed-

Stokham
Station

Alfred,

1

3,

c 9,

Stanbridge

Tree Daniel C., East Tree George, 1 11, c 2, Stanbridge East Truiix Leonard, 1 24, c 3, Stanburj'-

Pike Eiver Pike River HI, c 2, Stanbridge
c 11,

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

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, Unwin John L, Unwin William, 1
1

c 6, 11,

11, c 6,

Bedford U Bedford c 5, U Bedford

U

TARMERS' DIRECTORY OF THE PARISH OF NOTRE DAME DES ANGES.

191

Vanantwerp James,
bridge East

1

4,

c

2,

Stan-

V/ells Hale,

1

5, c 4.
1

Vance Thomas,
Ridge

1

7,

c 4, Stanbridge

Wells William, Ridge

5,

Stanbridge Ridge c 4, Stanbridge

Vaughan David,
East

1

2,

c 4, Stanbridge

Westover Albert, 1 1, c 1, Stanbridge Ridge Westover Wm, 9, cl, Stanbridge East
1

Vaughan David, Vaughan David
Mystic

1

17, c 6,

Mystic
1

Nelson,

19,

c

5,

Whitman C, 1 26, c 1, Pierceton Whitman Henry Nelson, 1 3, c 1,
bridge East
1

Stan.

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

Whitman Xoah, 21, c 1, Pierceton Whitman Zeno V., 3, c 1, Stanbridge
1

East

Wightman Thomas, Wightman William,

1

13, c 2,

Riceburg

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
ly

Dame des Anges de Stanbridge^
SAISKEVOIS,

THE SEIGMORY OF

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 Stanbridge

Courtemanche Alfred, St Charles de
St;in bridge

Courtemanche Jeremie, St Charles de
Ci"0tliers

Stanbridge James, farmer, saw mill owner, lumber merchant and mayor
of the Municipality, Malmaison
jun.,

Bouchard
bridge

J.

Etc., St Charles

de Stan-

Dagesse Julien,

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 Charles, Malmaison Paul, Malmaison
Pierre,

Malmaison Malmaison Dandurand Germain, St Charles de
l^agesse Julien, sen.,

Stanbridge

Dandurand
bridge

J. Bte.,

St Charles de Stan-

Dandurand
bridge

Treffld, St

Charles de Stan-

Cotd Cote Cote Cote

Duquette Hypolite, Malmaison Duquette Jacques, jun., Malmaison Duquette Joseph, Malmaison
Farrell John, 5lalmaison Farrell William, Malmaison

Malmaison

Timothe, Malmaison

192

FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE PARISH OP

ST.

ARMAND

EAST.

Fraser William, Pike River Galipeau Alphonse, St Charles de Stanbridge Galipeaii Charles, St Charles de Stanbridge Galipeau Jules, St Charles de Stanbridge Galipeau Pierre, jun., St Charles de Stan bridge Galipeau Pierre, sen., St Charles de Stanbridge
Gazaille Charles, Malmaison

Leblanc Joseph, Malmaison Lebrecque Ambroise, St Charles de Stanbridge Lord Moise, Malmaison

Menard Bernard, laborer, Malmaison Menard Zephirin, laborer, Malmaison
jun., St Charles de Stanbridge Morin Francois, sen., St Charles de Stanbridge Nolin Edouard, St Charles de Stanbridge Perreault Michel, jun., St Charles de Stanbridge Perreault Michel, sen., retired, St Charles de Stanbridge

Morin Frangois,

Giboleau Edouard, St Charles de Stanbridge

Goudreau Thomas, Malmaison

Hamel

Flavien, St Charles de Stan-

bridge

Hanigan David, merchant, Malmaison Hanigan John, Malmaison Hanigan Patrick, Malmaison Hanigan William, merchant, Malmaison Hebert Pierre, St Charles de Stanbridge

Poirier Alarie, Malmaison Poirier Joseph, Malmaison Poirier Olivier, retired, Malmaison Polander Napoleon, St Charles de

Hebert Sobel, Malmaison Labrecque Pierre, St Charles de StanGardien, merchant, Malmaison Laplante David, Malmaison Laplante George, Malmaison Laplante Moise, Malmaison Lareau Joseph, St Charles de Stanbridge Lafrenais

Stanbridge Provost Toussaint, Malmaison Racine Edouard, St Charles de Stanbridge Roussel Edouard, St Charles de Stanbridge Senesac Joseph, jun., Malmaison Senesac Joseph, sen., Malmaison

Simard Narcisse, Malmaison Speai's Henry, Pike Eiver
Therien Alexandre, laborer, Malmaison Th(5rien Joseph, laborer, Malmaison Therien Pierre, merchant, Malmaison

bridge

Leblanc David, Malmaison

Wehr

Charles,

Malmaison

FAEMERS' DIRECTORY
OF THE

PARISH OF
The Parish
and east respectively.

ST.

ARMAND

EAST,

GIVING THE NAME, LOT AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
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

offices in the Parish are Abbott's Corner, Frelighsburg, North Pinnacle 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.
:

The post

farmers' directory of the parish of

ST.

ARMAND

EAST.

193

Abbott E. B., 6 e, Abbott's Corner Abbott Mrs. Chauncey C, widow, I 5 e, Abbott's Corner Allen Herman (2nd), 111 w, Frclighsburg Ames Asel, laborer, 1 4G e, Abercorn
1

Chamberlin J., M.D., and farmer, 1 18 w, Frelighsburg Chamberlin N. K., 1 34 w, Frelighsburg
1 42 w, Frelighsburg 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., 21 e, Frelighsburg Clark Hamilton, 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
1
1

Claire Robert, miller,

Ano

Joseph, laborer,
1

1

12

e,

Abbott's

Corner Arras J. E.,

47
1

e,
1

Abercorn

Arms Morey D., 45 e, Kichford, U.S. Arms M. L., 45 e, Abercorn Arms rev. A. L., 45 e, Abercorn
1

Armstrong Alexander,
Corner Ashton J.
lighsburg
B.,

1

1 e,

Abbott's

laborer,

1

41 w, Fre-

Ayer

G. ^Y.,

1

17 w, Frelighsburg
1

Barnes Vinten, postmaster, North Pinnacle

42

e,

Barnum

R. R., 7 e, Abbott's Corner Benoit A., 1 16 w, Frelighsburg Benoit Antoine, 1 21 w, 'Frelighsburg Benoit John, laborer, 1 10 w, Frelighs1

Cook

C. A., laborer,

1

17

e,

Abbott's
16
e,

burg
Benoit Levi,

Corner Cook Stephen E., laborer, bott's Corner Copeland James, laborer,

1

Ab-

Bomhour

19 w Nelson, laborer,
1

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., 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
1

1 8 w, Frelighsburg Cott^John, shoemaker, 1 45 e, Richford, U.S. Courtomanche Joseph, 1 24 e, Abbott's

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, Frelighsburg Callaghan Wm, 1 66 w, Frelighsburg Carpenter Edwin, 1 5 e, Abbott's Corner Carpenter Mrs. E. M., widow, postmistress, 1 4 e, Abbott's Corner Chad burn George, 1 3 e, Abbott's Corner

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 Station

Demarrer

Peter, laborer,
1

1

49 w,

St

Armand Centre Deming Alpheus,
cle

20
e,
1

e.

North Pinna-

Doming C. A., Deming M. J.,
nacle

1

20

J.P.,

Frelighsburg 20 e, North Pin1

Chadburn G. E., bailiff, preventive officer and farmer, 1 30 e^ ^orth Pinnacle

Demore

Peter, blacksmith,
1

60 w, St

Armand Centre
1

Chadsey H.
farmer,

E., carriage maker and 53 w, Frelighsburg

Dow

John, laborer, burg

43 w, Frelighs-

19-4

FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE PARISH OP
35 w, Frelighslaborer,
1 1

ST.

ARMAND

EAST.

Draper Benjamin,
barg

1

Ducharme Paschal,
Frelighsburg

65 w,

Holden A., 46 w, St Armand Centre Holden E. A., 1 29 w, Frelighsburg Holden Orrin, 1 47 w, St Armand Cen1

tre

Dunning

B. B., retired,
1

29
e,

\v,

Fre-

Holden Eodnev,

lighsburg Dwjer Mrs. P., widow,

Hope Miss
4
Abbott's

1 29 w, Frelighsburg Harriet, 1 4 e, Abbott's

Corner

Corner
Eccles
tre
S. B.,
1

Hunt Mrs.
56 w, St

L.,

widow,

1

68 w, St Ar-

Armand

Cen-

mand

Centre

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

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-

Hunter Eodney, carpenter,

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, 35 e, Abereorn Glidden Benjamin, laborer, 1 49 w, St Armand Centre Godin Jules, laborer, 1 31 w, Frelighsburg
I

ford, U.S.

Homer, marble works, 1 10 w, Frelighsburg Ingalls Horace, 1 49 e, Abereorn Ingalls Mrs. J., widow, 1 35 e, Abereorn Irish Jed., blacksmith, 1 42 w, Frelighsburg Janes Isaac, retired, 1 25 e, Abbott's
Ingalls

Goodhue Francis,
burg

1

24 w, Frelighse,

Corner Janes I. N.,
cle

1

25

e,
1

Jenne George C,
1

Abbott's Corner 20 e. North Pinna-

Goodhue Joseph,
ner

4
23

Abbott's CorAbbott's Cor-

Goodhue Lewis,
ner

1

e,

Goodhue

Peter, 1 3 e, Abbotfs Corner Goodre Alphonse, laborer, 1 56 w, St

Jenne L. D., 1 43 e. North Pinnacle Jenne Norman H., 9 e, Frelighsburg Johnson Edwin, 1 76 w, Pigeon Hill Johnson Lewis, 1 52 e, North Pinnacle Kirkpatrick Robert, foreman, 1 18 w,
1

Armand Centre Goyette Joseph, 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 Pinna1

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., 16 e, Abbott's Corner Hibbard Mrs. B. J., widow, 1 16 e, Abbott's Corner
1

Frelighsburg Mrs. J., widow, 1 21 w, Frelighsburg 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 Armand Centre Labare Francois, carder, 1 42 w, Frelighsburg Labai*e Justice, laborer, 1 52 w, St Armand Centre Lafranier J., laborer, 1 38 w, St Armand Centre Lagrange Isaac, cancer doctor, 1 43 w, Frelighsburg Lagrange 31. L., fuller, I 43 w, Frelighsburg

Knapp

FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE PARISH OF
J. S., 1 33 w, Frelighsburg Lapointe John, laborer, 1 31 w, Frelighsburg 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, Abercorn Macey J. TV., 1 33 e, Frelighsburg Macey L. F., 1 2 e, Abbott's Corner 3Ietevier Joseph, laborer, 1 45 e. Richford, U. S. McDonald Jeremiah, 1 55 e, North Pinnacle

ST.

ARMAND

EAST.

19»

Lamoure

Reynolds B, A., 1 46 w, Frelighsburg Reynolds George H., 1 40 w, Frelighsburg 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, Frelighsburg 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 w, Frelighsburg Scofield W. G., 1 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'sCorner Shults Henry, blacksmith, 1 50 w, St Armand Centre Shults Jacob W., 1 55 w, St Armand Centre

McDermott Michael,
Corner

1

6

e,

Abbott's

McGrath John, 1 44 e. North Pinnacle McGrath John B., 1 44 e, North
Pinnacle

McKelvey James,
cle

1

51

e,

North Pinna55
e,

McLaughlin Patrick,
Pinnacle Miner A. W.,
C. B.,
1

1

North

Miner

15 e, Abbott's Corner 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, Frelighs1

burg
3Iosien Ephraim, 1 36 e, Richford, U. S. Officer David, 55 e, North Pinnacle Owens Benaiah. 1 31 e, North Pinna1

U

cle
1 31 e. North Pinnacle Parker Robert, 1 25 e, A.bbott's Corner Peat Joseph, laborer, 139 w. Frelighs-

Owens Edson,
burg

Phillips Bethuel,

1

49 w, St

Armand
1

Centre

Powers Joseph, shoemaker,

5

e,

Abbott's Corner Prouty W. W., 1 30 e, North Pinnacle Eacine Joseph, laborer, 1 17 w, Frelighsburg Reynolds Albert, 1 62 -w, St Armand

Centre Reynolds A. N., 1 40 w, Frelighsburg Reynolds Charles S., 1 40 w, Frelighsburg

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 carpenter and John, farmer, 1 77 w. Pigeon Hill
Soutiere Joseph,
1

7 w, Frelighsburg

196

farmers' directory Of THE PARISH OF
20 w, Fre-

ST.

ARMAND WEST.

Spencer Ambrose
lighsburg

S.,

J.P.,

1

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, Frelighsburg 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-

Vincent George, retired, 1 50 w, St Armand Centre Vincent Nelson, 1 49 w, St Armand Centre Vincent S. S., 1 69 w, St Armand Centre

Warner Charles F.,
Centre

1

58 w, St

Armand
Armand

Warner
Centre

L.

H.,

1

58 w, St

Washburn

J. W., 1 50 e, Abercorn Westover James, 1 42 w, Frelighsburg White Otis J., 1 47 e, Abercorn

Whitman Levi
ner

B.,

1

3

e,

Abbotts' Cor1

burg
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, Frelighsburg
1

Thomas

Whitman
Leo,
12
e,

Mrs. M., widow,
S. E.. J.P.,
1

5

e,

Ab-

botts'

Corner
5 w, Abbott's

Whitman
Corner

Whitney N.
Coi'ner

S., 1 25 w, Frelighsburg Willard Mrs. C, widow, 1 27 e, Abbott's

Willey R., 1 47 e, Abercorn Wilson Asa, 1 14 w, Frelighsburg Wood Henry, laborer, 1 43 w, Frelighsburg Woodard Henry, 1 2 e, Abbotts' Corner Yates Charles, laborer, 1 49 e, Abercorn Yates Henry, 1 57 w, St Armand Centre Yates Peter (2nd), 1 12 w, Frelighsburg Young Matthew, laborer, 1 16 e, Abbotts' Corner

7 FARMERS' DIRECTORY

PARISH OF
The
parish contains four post

ST.

ARMAND

WEST,

GIVING THE LOT AND THE POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
offices,

namely, Moore's Station, Philipsburg,
not otherwise desigtiated lot, the place to the post

Pigeon Hill and
are those office address,

Armand Station. All names of farmers. The number refers to the
St.

farmers' directory of the parish of
Albee Henry, 105, Pigeon Hill Albee Mr?., widow, 113, St Arraand
Station William, 82, Pigeon Hill Arcand Fred., laborer, 121, Pigeon Hill Hanibal, 101, St Armand Averill Station Bessette Henry, 29, Moore's Station

ST.

ARAL4ND WEST.

197

Crothers Joseph, 27,St Armand Station Crossett Miss Dorothy, 115, St Armand
Station

Adams

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-

Best Charles, laborer,

7,

Philipsburg

mand

Station
105, St
82,

Bingham

Mrs., widow, 121, St

Armand

Douglas Hamilton,
Station

Armand

Station Bockus Daniel, 130, St Arraand Station Bockus Hiram, laborer, 120, St Armand Station Bockus Jeremiah, 131, St Armand Station Bockus John, 132, St Armand Station Bockus J. H., 130, St Armand Station

Eager Mrs.

B.,

widow,

Pigeon Hill

Embury Embury Embury
E\^ins

Charles, 101, Pigeon Hill

D. R., 79, Pigeon Hill Mrs. D. S., widow, 101, Pi-

geon Hill

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

De Forrest, 79, Pigeon Hill Evans P]leazer, 83, Pigeon Hill Evans Miles, 83, Pigeon Hill Fellers Mrs. W., widow, 126, St Ar-

Buck Mrs.
Hill

E.,

widow, 102, Pigeon

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 Station

mand Station Fisher Charles, 88, Pigeon Hill Frappier Frangois, laborer, 16, St Armand 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, PhilipsburgGraham Mrs. J., widow. 111, St Ar-

Catchapaw

Armand

G. W., Station

laborer,

120, St

mand

Station

Catchapaw Hiram,

laborer, 120, St Ar-

mand mand

Station
31 rs. A.,

Catchapaw

widow, 120, St Ar-

Station

Catchapaw Mrs. Henry, widow,

120, St Station Catchapaw Mrs. Isaac, widow, 120, St Armand Station Channell R. H., 101, St Armand Station Chicoine A. S., blacksmith, 100, St Armand Station Clare Isaiah, 126, St Armand Station Colby Mrs. J., widow, 83, Pigeon Hill Crothers George, 27,St Arraand Station

Armand

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

Graham Thomas,

Hawkins Andrew,

10,

Philipsburg

198

FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE PARISH OF
10, Philipsburg A., 127, St Armand

ST.

ARMAND WEST.

•Hawkins Hobart,

Hawley James
Station

Herrick Daniel and Elihue, grist mill
owners, 122, St

Armand

Station

Higgins Daniel,
Hill

laborer, 82,
82,

Pigeon
Pigeon

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
,

Higgins George, laborer,

Moore Mrs. W.
Station Moore P.

A.,

widow,

28,

Moore's

Hill Hill James M., jun., merchant, 100, St Armand Station Hogle George L., 14, St Armand Station Hogle Hamilton, 14, St Armand Station

C, 28, Moore's Station Mullen Barney, hotel keeper. 111, St
St

Armand Station Newton W. S., 26,
Station

Armand

Station

Obertan Ezra, laborer, 126, St Armand

Holsopple Mrs.
Hill

E.,

widow,

93,

Pigeon

Holsopple W. A=, 93, Pigeon Hill Hope Edward, laborer, 88, Pigeon Hill Hubbard William, 93, Pigeon Hill Hungerford Albert, Philipsburg Hungerford Orrin, laborei*, 8, Philipsburg 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

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

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

Primmerman

Kennedy
Station

Patrick,

111,

St

Armand

Krans Byron, 12, St Armand Station Krans John C, 123, St Armand Station Krans William P., 23, St Armand
Station Lowell Joseph, laborer, mand Station
Station
126,

Reid Levi, 23, St Armand Station Reid Silas 0., 101, St Armand Station Reynolds Delbert A., 112, St Armand
Station

St Ar-

Lowell Oliver, laborer, 125, St Armand

Ehicard G. L., 96, Pigeon Hill Rhicard N., 91, Pigeon Hill Ehicard W. J., 97, Pigeon Hill Rinehart Baltus, laborer, 128,

St

Armand

Station

Luke Phillip, 11, St Armand Station McDonald John A., 94, Pigeon Hill

Rivers John, laborer, 98, Philipsburg

McKee Robert, 86, Pigeon Hill McKee Thomas, 86, Pigeon Hill
McKinney Taber, 24, Philipsburg McKinney John, 10, Philipsburg McKinney Mrs. Isaac, widow,
24,

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

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 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
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

ST.

GEORGE DE CLARENCEVILLE.

199

Surprenant Antoine, 28, Pigeon, Hill Symington James, 16, Philipsburg
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-

Throop

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

tion

Titemore
Station

R,

L.,

105,

St

Armand

Warner Mrs.

Isaac,

widow, 103, St

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

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

Armand Station Webb John, laborer,

FARMERS DIRECTORY
PARISH
of

ST.

GEORGE

de

CLARENCEVILLE,

GIVING THE LOT, CONCESSION AND POST GPFICE ADDRESS.
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.

The parish comprises the

Abels Samuel,
ville

1

2,

c 7

and

8, 6,

Adams Samuel

J.,

19, c

Aird Clarence

Beerwort Frederick,
enceville

1

14,

c

5,

Clar-

Beerwort Frank,
renceville

1

16 and 17, c
7

6,

Cla-

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

Beerwort John,
enceville

1

and
1

8,

c 6, Clar-

and 8, Aird Badger Hiram,

Beerwort Merritt,
Clarenceville

10 and 11, c

5,

I

1, c 6, Clarenceville

200

farmers' directory of the parish op

ST.

GEORGE DE CLARENCEVILLB.

Beerwort Mrs. George, widow,
8, c 6, Clai-enceville

1

7

and

Chilton
ville

Henry

M., 14, c
1

6,

Clarencec 6,

Beerwort William, farmer and mason,
1

Chilton

Philander C,

4.

ClarClar-

14, c 6, Clarenceville

enceville

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

Chilton William, J.P.,
enceville

1

6,

c

6,

Clark George Nelson,
enceville

I

17, c 5, Clar-

5

and

6,

c 5, Clar-

Colton William Henry, farmer, secretary-treasurer of the parish of St George de Clarenceville and clerk of the local magistrates court, I 13

enceville

Bonneau Antoine, 1 13, c 9, Venice Brant Antoine, 7, c 8, Venice
1

Breault John, laborer, 110, c
enceville

4,

Clar-

Brown Henry,
Clarenceville
1

carpenter,

1

14, c 7,

and 14, c 5, Clarenceville Creller George A., carpenter, 1 17, c 8, Clarenceville Creller Horatio, 1 9 and 10, c 7, Clarenceville Creller Marshall, 1 9 and 10, c 7, Clarenceville
Crothers John, 1 11, c 9, Venice Crothers Robert, 1 8, 9 and 10, c Venice Cubit William, 1 6, c 9, Venice Cupples James, 1 9, c 8, Venice Cupples William, 1 10, c 8, Venice
9,

Brown John, 14, c 7, ClarenQeviUe Brown Eobert, mason, 14, c 7, Clar1

enceville

Brown William,
Clarenceville

carpenter,
1

1

14.

c 7,

5 and 6, c 10, Aird Clarenceville Bullis George, 1 10, c 7, Clarenceville BuUis Joseph, 1 6 and 7, c 8, Venice Bullis Joshua, 1 10, c 7, Clarenceville
i

Brownson George, Buck Herbert J.,

2, c 6,

Curtis Enoch, I 17, c 6, Clarenceville Curtis Myron V., 1 17, c 6, Clarenceville

Bullock
farmer,
ville

John,
1

jun.,

carpenter

and

Curtis Stephen, Clarenceville

laborer,

1

15,

c

6,

17

and
jun.,
sen.,

18, c 7,

Clarence-

Davis George,
renceville

1

10 and 11, c

6,

Cla-

Burgess John, Burgess John,
1

1

8,

c

8,

1

8, c 8,

Venice Venice

Bush Daniel, 12, c 5, Clarenceville Bush Hiram C, bailitf, 1 12, c 5, ClarAird 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
1

Dean James, 1 14, c 10, Nutt's Corners Derick Alonzo, 1 11, c 4, Clarenceville Derick Anthony, 1 15, c 5, Clarenceville

enceville Campbell Charles,

Derick George A.,
4, c 7

1

15, c 5,

Clarence-

and

8,

ville

Derick Phillip,
renceville

1

2,

3 and

4, c 4, Cla-

1 15 and 16, c 6, Clarenceville Derick Victor, laborer, 1 13 and 14, c 5, Clarenceville Derick William, retired, 1 11, c 4, Clarenceville

Derick Ransom,

Cheesman Frederick,
Corners

1

15, c 9,

Nutt's

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, Clarenceville

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, 8, c 6, Clarenceville Edy Omri, 6, c 9, Aird Edy Peter H., 10, c 9, Aird
1 1 1

farmers' directory op the parish of

ST.

GEORGE DE CLARENCEVILLE.
6, c 4,

201

Ellis

Thomas

R.,

I

11, c 4,

Clarence-

ville

Hillraan David, laborer, renceville

1

Cla-

Ellsworth Joseph, 1 13, c 8, Nutt's Corners Fairtield David, 1 -4 and 5, c 6, Clarenceville

Hunter John,
Clarenceville

J.P.,

1

13

and

14, c 4,

Hunter Thomas,
Irish Charles,
I

Finley James, 1 15, c 5, Clarenceville Finley William, 1 15, c 6, Clarenceville French David, 1 11 and 12, c 6, Clarenceville

Jame.son

French William H.,
Clarenceville

1

10 and 11,
1

c 6,

Gareau Peter,

laborer,

6, c 9,

Aird

Gibson Geoi-ge,

1 15, c 10, Nutt's Corners 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-

Jameson Jameson Jameson Jameson Jameson Johnson Johnson

Venice Venice Addy, 1 2, c 10, Venice Claude, 1 2, c 10, Venice Henry, 2, c 10, Venice James C, 4, c 10, Venice L., 1 1 and 2, c 9, Venice Mathew, 1 and 2, c 9, Venice Daniel, 2, c 9, Aird George W., retired, 1 18, c 5,
1

8, c 9.

14, c 8,

1

1

1

1

Clarenceville

Johnson Jason, 1 2, Johnston Henry, 1
ville

c 9,

Aird
Clarence-

15, c 6,

renceville

Keetfe Henry, Kirk Francis,

1

8, c 6, 3,

Clarenceville
5, c 9,

1

4 aad

Venice

Glasgow Eobert,
ville

1

14, c

7.

Clarence-

Lake Hawley, 1 17, c 10, Nutt's Corners Lambert William, 1 1, c 10, Venice
l^awrence Charles,
1

Glasgow Robert (2nd),
7,

1

15 and 16, c
7,

6, c 9,
I

Aird

Clarenceville
1

Lequin Francois,
15 and 16, c
Claville

jun.,

2,c 5, Clarence2,

Glasgow Samuel,
renceville

Lequin

Fran(jois, sen., laborer,

1

c

5,

Griggs Simon, 1 11, c 4, Clarenceville Hall Joseph C, 1 8 and 9, c 8, Aird Hardy John, laborer, 1 6, c 4, Clarenceville

Clarenceville

Limlah Samuel, Aird
ville

laborer,
1

1

3,

c 7

and

8,

Little Stewart J.,
1

4,

c 11, Clarence4,

Hauver Louis, Hawley Asahel,
Corners
1

10, c 4, Clarenceville J. P., 1 6, c 8, Nutt's

Longeway Henry,
ville

1

1, c

Clarence-

Hawley Claude, 9, clO, Nutt's Corners Hawley David, 6, c 8, Nutt's Corners Hawley George, 8, c 9, Aird Hawley Henry, trader, 1, c 8, Aird Hawley James, 1 8, c 9, Aird Hawley Jesse, 12, c 8, Aird Hawley John A., 1 14, c 9, Nutt's Cor1

1

1

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

1

Mandigo Amasa, Mandigo Conrad,
renceville Mandigo Oliver,

1

7, c 8,
1

Venice
2, c
6,

1

and

Cla-

ners

Hawley Mrs. Heman, widow,
Nutt's Corners

1

9, c 10,

1

6

and

7, c 8,

Hawley Euben, 1 12, c 9, Nutt'sCorners Hawley Stoddard, 1 9, c 9, Aird Hawley William G., 6, c 8, Natt's
1

Manning Darwin, 1 Manning George, 1
ville

3, c 6,

Venice Aird
Clarence-

12, c 7,

Manning Henry,
ville

1

13, c 7, Clarence-

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

Manning John

Maskel Henry,

M.,13, c 6, Clarenceville 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,
4,

1

8,

c

Clarenceville

202

farmers' directory of the parish of
c 5, Clarence-

ST.

GEORGE DE CLAREXCEVILLE.
the Gore, Venice

McCormick Samuel;
ville

1 1,

Roy Henry,

3IcCully Timothy,
ville

1

2, c 4,

Clarence2,

McDonough James,
Clarenceville

1

1

and and

c 5,

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

McDonough William,
Clai'enceville

1

1

2,

c 6,

Sawyer Hiram, 1 6, c 6, Clarenceville Sawyer Mrs. Edward, widow, 1 7 and
8, c 7,

Clarenceville

Mclntyre John, jun.,
ville

1

13, c 5, Clarence-

Mclntyre John,
ville

sen.,

1

13, c 5, Clarence-

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, Clarenceville Scott Isaiah, 1 4, 5 and 6, c 4, Clarenceville

McKee James,
McNeil McXeil McNeil

c 4, Clarenceville Daniel, 1 12, c 4, Clarenceville John. 1 12, c 4, Clarenceville William John, 1 13, c 7, Cla1

7,

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

Scott William L., 1 1 and 2, c 4 and 5, Clarenceville Scrivcr Charles H., 1 12, c 7, Clarenceville

Corners
Miller John,
1

17 and 18, c

9,

Nutt's
I

Corners
Miller Peter, 1 13, c 6, Clarenceville Miller Reid, 1 1 and 2, c 9, Aird Miller William C, 1 15, c 5, Clarenceville

Scriver James, 1 14, c 6, Clarenceyille Smart John, pensioner, 117 and 18, c 7, Clarenceville Smith James, 1 15, c 7, Clarenceville Smith Joseph, 1 14, c 9, Venice Smith William A., 1 15, c 7, Clarenceville

Spears John, 117 and 18, c
ville

9,

ClarenceClarence-

Mosher Edwd., Moyls Daniel,

Corners 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,
1

16, c 9, Nutt's c 10,

Stevenson David
ville

E.,

1

8, c 6,

1

8,

Stevenson James, 1 9, c 6, Clarenceville Stevenson William H., 1 11, c 6, Clarenceville

Stevenson

William, Clarenceville
1

sen.,

19,

c

6,

Taylor Andrew,
Clarenceville

14

and

15, c
c

8 5

Trembly Cyprien, carpenter,
Clarenceville Vosburgh Elisha, renceville Westover George,
1

1 1,

Clarenceville

13 and 14, c
6, c

6,

Cla-

Parent Peter, laborer, Jenny's Island,
Clarenceville Peletier F^lix, laborer, 1 14, c 8, Clarenceville Pelky Louis, painter, 1 17, c 8, Clarenceville Phillips Mrs. George, widow, 1 2, 3 and 4, c 5, Clarenceville

Wheeler Wheeler Wheeler Wheeler
ville

Arnold,

8, Aird Venice E. Miles, 1 1, c 10, Venice Hamilton, 1 12, c 9, Venice Palmer, 1 7, c 8, Clarence1 1

7 and

11, c 9,

Wilson Charles,
!

1

14, c 6,
sen.,
1

ClarenceviUe
8

Reynolds Rodney,
Clarenceville

1

4, c 9

and

10.

Aird
c
4,

Wright Robert,
Clarenceville

and

9, c 4-

Eiley Augustus, laborer, 17,

Wright Robert,
2, c 8,

jun,,

1

8, c 4,

Clarence-

Roy Edward,

1

Venice

ville

farmers' directory op the parish of

ST.

THOMAS DE FOUCAULT.

203

FARMEES' DIRECTORY
PARISH OF
ST.

THOMAS DE FOUCAULT,
the

GIVING THE LOT, CONCESSION AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS.

The parish comprises the western part of the Seigniory of Noyan and
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

Abbreviations used
1

place following the concession c concession,
:

is
1

the post office address.
lot.

Baker Benjamin, 13, c 4, Miranda Barney J., laborer, 1 11, c 2, Noyan Belair Ambrose, feiTyman, Ash Island,

Derick
ville

J.

Nelson,

1

4,

c 3, Clarence-

Noyan

Belair Peter,

ferryman, Ash Island, Noyan Brown Edward, 1 10, c 1, Noyan Brown James S., 1 10, c 1, Noyan Campbell James, 5, c 1, Noyan Campbell John, 5, c 1, Noyan Campbell Samuel, 5, c 1, Noyan
1
1

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 Derick Derick Derick Derick Derick Derick Derick

Newebery
Philip H.,
Philo, P. C,
1 1 1

E.,
,

1

15, c 2.

Norman H.
1

1

13, c 2,

16, c 2,

Noyan Noyan Noyan

Chadsey

1

13, c 1, No van 11, c 1, Noyan
11, c 1,

,

1

12, c 3,

Miranda
laborer,
1

R. F..

Noyan

Champagne Joseph,
Miranda Cochran James, 1 Cochran Robert,

7,

c 2,

1, c 3,

Clarenceville
1

J.P.,

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

Sidney L., 1 4, c 2, Noyan 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 Noyan Draffin James, 1 12, c Emerick Ashley, 1 9, c 3, Miranda

,

Dean Joseph W., general merchant,
1
,

1

Emerick George,
ville

1

15,

c 4, Clarence-

c 4,

Miranda

Dennis "Simon, laborer, 1 17, cl, Noyan Dennis "William, laborer, 1 4, c 3, Miranda Derby Philip 31., 1 9, c 4, Miranda Derick Alexander, 1 14, c 2, Noyan Derick Arthur J., 1 13, c 3, Clarenceville

Emerick Henry, jun., 1 12 c 3, Miranda Emerick Henry, sen., 1 15, c 4, Clarenceville

Emerick James,
ville

1

15,

c 4, Clarence-

Emerick Seth
ville

H.,

1

15, c 4, Clarence4,

Derick Derick Derick Derick Derick
ville

Charles,

1 1

9, c 2,
9,

Noyan
Miranda

George,

o 3,
9,
1

George G., 1 Harlan H., 1 Herbert A...
C.,
1

14, c 1,

Noyan

c 3, Miranda 7, c 3, Clarence-

Evans Milo, blacksmith, 1 1, c 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

1,

Derick Melvin

13, c 1,

Noyan

Noyan

204

farmers' directory op the parish of

ST.

THOMAS DE FOUCAULT.

,Noyan Farrell Henry, 1 14, c Ferguson Martin, 1 10, c 3, Miranda Ferguson Robert, 4, c 1, Nojan
1

Filer Isaie H., 1 7, c 1, Xoyan Filer Merritt, 17, c— ,Noyan

Fleming John, 1 6, Fi'iott Abraham, 1
Furnival Adolph,
Clarenceville

c 4,

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

13, c 1, Noyan laborer, 1 14, c 3,

15, c 3,

Miranda
Minkler Benjamin, shoemaker, 1 4, c 4, Miranda Monahan John, jun., 1 9, c 3, Cla-

Goyette Antoine, 1 7, c 2, Xoyan Gi'iggs H. M., 1 10, c 1, Noyan Griggs Mrs. M., widow, 1 16,

c

1,

renceville

Noyan

Monahan John,
1

sen.,

pensioner,
1

1

9,

c

Gunn

Mrs. William, widow,
laborer,
1

12, c

1,

3,

Clarenceville
5,

Xoj'an

Naylor Benjamin, ferryman,
2,

1,

Hanley James,

c 4,

Mi-

Noyan
Osborn Daniel,
ville
1

randa Hislop Edmund, 1 18, c 3, Xoyan Hislop William, 1 18, c 3, Noyan Hudson Mrs. Christopher, widow, 1
c 1,

1

16,

c 4,

Clarence-

6,

Osborn Isaie F., 16, c 4, Clarenceville Patterson Danford, 111, c 3, Clarenceville

Noyan
6,

Hudson William, 1 Jameson J. C. 16,

c 1,

Noyan

Patterson William,
ville

1

2,

c 3, Clarence-

c 3,

3"ameson William M., 1 Johnson Hiram, provincial land sur-

Miranda 7, c 2, Miranda
Clarence-

veyor and farmer,
ville

1

3, c 3,

Perrault Peter, 1 6, c 3, Clarenceville Peters J, H. 1 4, c 1, Noyan Prentiss E. M., laborer, 1 7, c 2, Mi-

Johnston John, retired, 18, c 1, Noyan Johnson J. D., J.P., mayor of the
parish of
4, c 3,

St.

Thomas de
1

Fouoault,

1

randa Rhicard Jeremiah, 1 3, Robinson John, I 18, c Rourk William, 1 10, c

c 1,
1,

Noyan Noyan 2, Noyan

Miranda
17,

Rowe
c 3, Noc 3,

C. S., lieut-col. 60th battalion,
1

Johnson xMrs. Leonard, yan Keet Malcolm D., 1 9,
ville

Missisquoi
ville

Rowe George
Clarence1

— c—
,

,

Clarenceville

J.,

1

13, c 3, Clarence13, c
3,

Eowe Heber
widow
8,

A.,

1

Clarence-

Keet Mrs. John,

c

3,

ville

Clarenceville Robert, 14, c 1, Lamoureux Essa, 1 17, c

Kemp

1

Noyan
4,

Clarence-

ville

Landry Cyprien,
Lareau randa
Little

1

5,

c 2,
1

Noyan
3,

Elie, laborer,
4,

10, c

Mi-

Ledoux Joseph,
William
1

1

c 2,

Noyan
and

H.,

blacksmith

farmer,

2,

c 3, Clarenceville

Lodge Philip, 1 9, c 1; Noyan Lodge Samuel, 19, c 1, Noyan Magee James, jun., 1 11, c 3, 5liranda Magee Mrs. James, widow, 1 11, c 3,
1

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, c 2, Noyan Simpson Mrs. David, widow, tailoress, 1 3, 2, Noyan Smith James, 1 8, c 4, Miranda Smith William, 10, c 3, Clarenceville Struthers James H., 1 10, c 1, Noyan Sumner Young, 1 13, c 4, Miranda Suzor Hypolite, 10, c 2, Miranda
1 1 1

Miranja

Magee John, I 14, c 3, Miranda Magee Robert, 1, c 1, Noyan McCallum James, 1 2, c 3, Miranda
1

Suzor Nelson, laborer, 1 10, c 2, Miranda 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., 5, c 1, Novan Vosburgh Alanson, 5, c 2, Miranda Vosburgh Alanzo, 1 14, c 3, Miranda Vosburgh Albert, 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, MiI 1

1

Vosburgh William H., laborer, 1 10, c 4, Miranda Wait Jacob. 9, c 3. Clarenceville Westover Alexander, 11, c 2, Noyan Wcstover Daniel, laborer, 1 7, c 1,
1
1

jSToyan

randa

Wilson Joseph, 1 6, c 2, Noyan Wilsen William, jun., 1 6, c 2, Noyan Wilson William, sen., 1 2. c 2, Noyan

Vosburgh J. C, 8, c 2, Miranda Vosburgh Miles, 8, c 1, Noyan Vosburgh Mrs. Peter, widow, 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, 3, c 2, Miranda
1

1

1

Young Young Young Young Young Young Young

George, H. P., 1
Ira,
1

— —
,

1

7, c 3,

c

,

Clarenceville Clarenceville

10, c 4,
1

Miranda
Clarenceville

John,

5, c 3,
1

Marshall,

Samuel, William

c 3, Clarenceville 1 10, c 4, Miranda H., 1 8, c 4, Miranda
5,

1

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
Abbreviations used
:

is
1,

the post office address.
lot.

c,

concession

;

Alin Frs., 1 45, c 8, Farnham Allsopp Morris, 1 34, c 5, Farnham

Arbec Benjamin,

1

46, c 4,
1

Farnham

Bisaillon Casimir, 1 33, c 2. Farndon Bisaillon Moise, 1 47, c 4, Farnham Bissonet Augustin, 1 36, c 2, Farn-

Audette Olivier, jun.,

40, 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.

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,

Farnham

Breackly James, Brodeur Charles,
1

1

Brodeiir J. Bte., Brouillette Edward, 1 44. c Brouillette Joseph, 1 44. c

30, c 1, Farndon 1 46, c 8, Farnham 46, c 8, Farnham
7.

Farnham
Farnham.

7,

Farndon
Belisle Frangois,
1

43, c 6,

Farnham

Berwick David, 1 43, c 1, Farnham Berwick John, 1 42, c 2, Farnham

Brown Brown Brown Brown

George, 1 30, c 2. Farndon John, 1 31, c 2, Farndon

Matthew,

1

Thomas,

1

30, c 2, Farndon 3J, c 2, Farndon

206

FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE PARISH OF WEST FARNHAM.
1

Burk Robert,

Busieu Leonard,

34, c 1, Farndon 1 48, c 1, Farnham
1

Cabana Michel,

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
1

Cann Patrick,

40, c 2,

Farnham

Choiniere E., i 43, c 8, Farnham Choiniere Marcel, 1 47, c 5, Farnham

Comette Thomas,
Constantineau

1

48, c

1,
1

Farnham
36,

Farnham Farnham Farnham Gowan Mrs. M., 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, 40, c 3, Farnham Guaj' Jean M., 3S, c 5, Farnham Guerin Pierre, 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
Giroux Avelin,
1

40, c 6,

Gobeille Pierre, jun., 1 41, c 1, Gobeille Pierre, sen., 141, cl,
I

1

I

1

Narcisse,
1

z

Hebert Charles,

sen.,

1

48, c 2, Farn-

Farnham
Cosslet Mrs. L., widow,
32, c 3, Farn1

ham
48, c

don Courtemanche Jdremie, trader,
1,

Farnham
Farnham Farnham Farnham Farnham

Couture Joseph, 1 39, c 5, Farnham Deniers J. Etc., 1 40, c 4, Farnham

Demers Pierre, Demers Pierre,

jun.,

1
1

sen.,

44, c 8, 45, c 8,

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, 38, c 2, Farnham Hosking Mrs. N., widow, 1 38, c
1

4,

Deniscourt Amdd(5e, 1 39, c 6, Deniscourt Joseph, 139, c 6, Desautels J. Bte. Deslorier John, 1 47, c 8, Farnham Deslorier Joseph, 1 44, c 6, Farnham Deslorier Joseph, 1 46, c 7, Farnham

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

Deslorier Michel, 1 46, c 7, Farnham Doherty Cornelius, 1 42, c 4, Farnham

45, c 8,

Farnham

Douglas James, 1 35, c Dufresne Mrs., widow,

5,
1

Farnham
Farn-

Jarris J. Bte., 1 40, c 4, Farnham Jarris Julien, 1 40, c 4, Farnham
1 34, c 2, Farndon c 3, Farnham Laci-oix D., 1 36, c 2, Farnham Lacroix Joseph, 1 40, c 2. Farnham

48, c 5,

ham
Dufresne Toussaint,
1

Johnson Samuel, Kird David, 1 40,

1 50, c 1, Farnham Duhamel Cl^ophas, 1 35, c 3, Farnham Duhamel W., 36, c 3, Farnham Dupuis Edouard, 47, c 5, Farnham
1

Lague
Lague

Cj'rille,
1

1

49, c

1,

Farnham

Lagiie Leon,

Dupuis Thomas,

1

31, c 2,

Farndon

44, c 7, Farnham Louis, jun., 1 43, c 6, Farnham
1

Hjpolite, 1 42, c 5, Farnham Earls William, 1 46, c 8, Farnham

Dyon

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, 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, Farn1

ham
Gingras Louis, 1 40, c 1, Farnham Girard Frederick, 43, c 6, Farnham Girard J. Bte., 1 48, c 4, Farnham
1

Farnham Farnham Lanou Pierre, 1 48, c 1, Farnham Larivee Isaac, 1 45, c 8, Farnham Lebeau Nod, 1 49, c 5, Farnham Leblanc Ubald, 39, c 2, Farnham Leslie John, 1 42, c 5, Farnham Loiselle Frangois, 46, c 3, Farnham Loiselle Frs., jun., 46, c 8, Farnham Loiselle Pien-e, 41, c 3, Farnham Lucien Alexandre, 1 46, c 5, Farnham Mailloux Isaac, 41, c 4, Farnham Mai-chesseau Joseph, 41, c 4, Farnham Marchesseau Olivier, 1 37,c 5, Farnham Martin Pierre, 45, c 6, Farnham
Landrie Pierre, Lanier Nazaire,
1

45, c 3, 44, c 7,

1

I

1

1

1

1

1

FARMERS DIRECTORY OF THE PARISH OP WEST FARNHAM

207

McAulay John, 1 32, c 1, Farndon McGovron Philip, 41, c 5, Farnhara
I

AIcGovron McQuillen McQuilleu McQuillen

Thomas, James, 1

John, 1 Richard, 1 40. c 4, Farnham Menard Leon, 1 39, c 2, Farnham Mercier Robert, 1 44, c 7, Farnham
Merizz«? Valentin,
1 1

33, c 1, Fariidon 39, c 3, Farnham 40, c 3, Farnbani
1

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

Merizze Z^phirin,

30, c 3, 30, c 3,

Farndon Farndon

Miclette Noel, 1 4S, c 1, Farnham Molleur Moise, I 64, c 4, Farnham
1 46, c 8, Farnham Moore George, 37, c 5. Farnham Moore L. O., 42, c 5, Farnham Morgan Richard, 38, c 3, Farnham Mosher James, mayor of the parish, 41. c 5, Farnham Paledeau C, 36, c 3, Farnham Paledeau Pierre, 1 32, c 3, Farndon Papineau Louis, 42, c 5, Farnham Paquet Joseph, 32, c 3, Farndon Paquette Joseph, 1 40, c 6, Farnham Paquin Vincent, I 36, o 5, Farnham

3Iongeau Vital,
1

1

1

1

1

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

1

33, c 2,
1

Farndon

1

31, c 1, Farndon Thompson Robert. 1 30, c 2, Farndon Touranareau J. Bte., 1 43, c 8, F'arnham

ThibodeauCyprion,

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

Truax Elias, 34, c 2, F'arndon Truax George A.. 33, c 2, Farndon Truax Harlow, 1 32, c 2, Farndon Truax L. Andrew, 1 31, c 2, Farndon
1
1

Farnham
Pajant F. X., 1 Podvin E., 1 43, Podvin Moise, 1
Prevost Elie,
1

Farnham c 6, Farnham 43, c 6, Farnham
50, c 1,
1,

Vincelette Antoine, 1 35, c 3, Farnham Welch Elwin, I 38, c 4, F\nrnham

41, e

Farnhani

Welch Thomas, 1 35. c 4, Farnham Welch William, 36. c 4. Farnham Yates John T., 1 42, c 5, Farnham
1

;

MISCELLANEOUS DIEECTORY
OF

MISSISQUOI COUNTY,
miSSISQlOI COl'NTY COUNCIIijlS'S. Dr. J. B. Gibson, Dunham, warden Nye C. Martin, mayor of the Township of Stanbridge; James H. Mosher, mayor of the Parish of West Farnham Frederick Primmerman, mayur of the
;

TOWNSHIP OF STANBRIDGE
Nye
C. Martin,
;

COUNCIL,, 1879. 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,

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 Village 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, exofficio, Robei't Macfie and James Crothers auditor, J. C. Baker. Secretary-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
; ;
;

Bedford.

Meets at the County Buildings, Main street. Lower Bedford, the first

Monday
year.

of each

month throughout the

COUNCIL. OF THE) PARISH OF NOTRE DAME DES ANGES, 1879.

James Crothers, mayor Jean B. Simard, secretary-treasurer^ post office address, Malmaison.
;

;

;

ARITIAND EAST, 1879. Edmund B. Abbott, mayor Orrin Holden, Solomon N. Hunter, Edwin Johnson, James D. Lee, Anderson J. Ingalls, Hanson H. Hibbard, council;

COUNCIL,

OF THE PARISH OF

ST.

;

lors; Elijah E. Spencer, secretarytreasurer, post office address, Frelighs-

burg.

:

March, June, September and December.

TOW^NSHIP OF

OUNHAM
1879.

COUNClIi,

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,Bate of taxation road tax, 4 540. mills on the $1 municipal tax, 1^ mills on the $1 school tax, 1 8-10 mills on the $1.

;

;

Joseph Selby, East Dunham, mayor; Josiah Gilbert, Seneca P. Cameron, Stevens Baker, David Westover.Briggs A. Longeway, John Butler, councillors
;

COUNCIL,

OF THE PARISH OF ST. ARMAND WEST, 1879.

H.

S.

Lee, secretary-treasurer,

post
at 1

office address,
first

Meets

p.m. at Assessed value of real estate, 1879,

Dunham. Monday of each month, the Town Hall, Dunham.

Primmerman, mayor; Frederick Martin Camell, Henry Titemore, Johnson Richard, H. H. Hastings, D. B. Gilbert and Conrad Derick, councillors; F. H. Throop, secretary-treasurer
;

post office address, St.

Armand

Station.

$882,617.

Tax
on the

for municipal purposes, 1| mills
$1.

Meetings of the Council are held at Shelter's Hotel, St. Armand Station, in the Ist Saturday as follows:

MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY OF MISSISQUOI COUNTY,

209

months of January, March, May, July, {September and November, and the last Saturday in the month of December. The December meeting is held at 10 a.m., all the others at 1 p.m.
COUNCIl, OF

COUNCIL OF THE TOf\'N OF VARNHA:ti, 18 79.

THE PARISH OF
J.

ST.

CEOKGI<:i>ECIiARE:NCI<:VI]:iLE,1879.

Robert Macfie, mayor; Alexander
Chilton,

Daniel B. Meigs, mayor Edward Donahue, Jean Baptiste Archambault, Alexandre Ouimet, Charles Ulderic Dufresne, Antoine Bourque and Charles Boivin, councillors. Simeon Noiseux, notary, secretar}'- treasurer. Council elected for two years. Last
;

Samuel

Adams,

James

election January', 1878.

Stewart Little, William L. Scott, Asahel H. Derick and John Crothers,
councillors; "William Henry Colton, secretary-treasurer post office address Clarenceville,
;

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.

Regular

sessions

first

Saturday

i

of March, June, September and December of each year, at St. George's Hall, Clarenceville, at 1 p.m. Assessed value of real esi.-ite, $223,Taxation, 1878, for all purposes, 460. 2i mills on the 81.

COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF COWANSTILLE, 1879. David Mair, mayor George K. Nesbitt, L. L. Chandler, Hiram E.
;

COUNCIL OF THE PARISH OF ST. THOM[AS DE FOUCAULT, 18T9.
D. Johnson, mayor; Newberry Philo E. Derick, John Campbell, Derick, Daniel Vosburgh, William
J.

Gleason, John P. Stinehour, William Quackenboss and E. D. Fuller, councillors William Stevenson, secretary;

treasurer.

Council meets

first

Monday

month

at 7 p.

m.

in

in each Printing House

and George Young, councilH. Derick, secretary-ti-easurer post office address, Noyan. Regular meetings of the council are
Collins,
lors;

Hall, 3Iain street.

L.

;

held at the office of the secretary-treasurer on the last Saturday of each month at the hour of 1 p. m. Assessed value of real estate, 6176,000.

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
all

OF THE VILLAGE OF

Taxation for
the 81.

purposes, 5 mills on
J.

DUNHAM.

COUNCIL OF THE PARISH OF TTEST

FARNHAM, 1879.

James H. Mosher, mayor:

Olivier

Audette, Ubald Leblane, Hubert Paradis, Pierre Choiniere, David Berwick and E. Welch, councillors; C. U. Dufresne, 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,
;

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, secretary-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

St.

Joseph street, Farnham. Assessed value of real estate. 1879,
all

THE VILLAGE OK FRELIGHSBURG, 1879.

Joseph Landsberg, mayor; Olivier
Benoit, Edward Lortie, Cleland Austin, Antoine Dandurand, Frederick S. Reynolds, George Steinhour, coun-

$222, 482.

Taxation for theSlOO.

purposes, 35cts. on

; ;

210
cillors;

MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY OF MISSISQUOI COUNTY.

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.

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.

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. councillors; D. T. 11. Xyc, secretary-treas; ;

Mills, delegates.

ST.

CLARENCEVILLE. 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. ; Sunday School before service. F, U.

Derick and Stoddai-dHawley,church wardens John Bullock and Charles Sawyer, delegates.
;

urer.

Meets first Saturday of each month at the hour of 10 a. m. at the Council
Hall.

NOYAN.
ST.

THOMAS'

CHURCH :— Rev.

Canon Edward Du Yernet, rector of
ville.
all

Assessed value of real estate. 1878^
$45,130.

Taxation for per cent.

purposes,

f of

1

COUNCIIi

OF THE VILIiAGE OF SlVEErSBUKG.
constable

Horace D. Pickel, high district of Bedford, mavor;

at ClarenceService every alternare Sunday at 10.30 a.m. and every alternate Sunday at 2.30 p.m. Sunday School before service. James H. Struthers and William Derick, church wardens Calvin Derick and

Clarenceville, resides

;

;

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;

James H.

Struthers, delegates.

taiy-treasurer.

Council meets

first

Monday of every

COWANSVILLE, ^ Rev T W TRINITY CHURCH: Fyles, SWEETS BURG, Eector of f CHRIST CHURCH: J NelsonviUe. TRINITY CHURCH :— Hours of SunI

month

at 7 p.m., at the office of the
street.

mayor, Main
$92,210.

day service morning, every other Sunday alternating with Sweetsday
evening, every Sun2 p.m. E. N. Robinson and Charles S. Cotton,
burg, at 10.30
at 7;
;

Assessed value of real estate, 1879,

Sunday School,
;

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 wardens Lt.-Col. C. H. Hall and G. K. Nesbitt, delegates; Landon Hall, organist.

CHRIST CHURCH:— Hours

of Sunday service morning, every other Sunday alternating with Cowans-


;

ville, at 10.30

afternoon, 2.30
;

when

CHURCH OF ENGLAND.
BEDFORD. OHURCII OF 8T. JAMES THE

no morning service is held. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m., except when
afternoon service
after
is

held,

when

it is

that

service.

G. F. Shutelt

APOSTLE :— Lower

Bedford, rev.

and G. H. Cotton, church wardens Hon. G. B. Baker, M.P., and J. A.

— —
MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY OF MISSISQUOI COUNTY.
I^IcLougblin, delegates; Miss Alice Kathan, organist

;

211

— morning, 10.30
;

DUMiA:ni.

ALL SAINTS CHURCH
rector. 11 a.m.
;

:

,

Hours of Sunday' service and 7 p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Stevens Baker and Henry Ten Eyck, church wardens and de;

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.
;

Joseph S. Baker, vestry legates clerk Joel Baker and Martin Baker,
;

CANADA METHODIST CHURCH
CLARENCEVILLE CIRCUIT.
The
Circuit embraces the Parishes of St George de Clarenceville and St Thomas de Foucault, also St Sebastien in the County of Iberville. Rev. John Stewart, superintendent.

sidesmen.

farmia:ti.
ST.

JAMES CflUECH :— Rev. Thom:

W. Mussen, M.A., rural dean of Bedford. Hours of Sunday service Sunday 10.30 a.m. and 7 p.m. 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
as

Places and Sours of Service
at

:

CLARENCE YILLE :— Every Sabbath
prayer and class 10.30 a.m. meeting, G.30 p.m. Sunday school, prayer meeting every 9.30 a.m. Thursday at the church at 7 p.m.;
;

;

;

;

;

vSeale,

J. H. !Mosher, J. Leslie and William Welch, sidesmen.

]u-ayer meeting ever}' Saturday at the parsonage, for young people, at 7 p.m.

FRELIGHSBUKG. TRINITY CHURCH:— Kev.
rows Davidson, M.A.,
:

ST. SEBASTIEX :— Every fourth Sabbath at 2.30 p.m.

J.

Bur-

NORTH BEACH RIDGE :— Every
fourth Sabbath at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. winter.
at 2.30 p.m.

11 of Sunday Service Sunday School, 9.45 a.m. p.m. Cleland Austin and Z. V. Whitman, church wardens.

rector.

Hours a.m. and 7

summer,

JAMESON'S :— Every fourth Sabbath

SOUTH BEACH

RIDGE:— Every
;

IVOORE'S STATION.
Service every alternate Sunday at Held at Bockus' school 4.30 p.m. house, one mile from Moore's Station.

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

Rev. William Westover (residence Philipsburg).

fourth Sabbath at 2.30 p.m.

NOYAN:— Every
5

PHILIPSBliRG.
ST. PAUL'S CHUllCH :— Rev. William Westover. Sunday service
10.30
service.

fourth Sabbath at p.m. in summer, and 6 p.m. in winter.

a.m. P.

;

C.

Sunday School, after Moore and Z. W.
HILL..

FOURTH CONCESSION SCHOOL HOUSE :— Every fourth Sabbath at
2.30

p.m.
in

Sabbath

school every

Sabbath

summer

at 1 p.m.

Moore, church wardens,

PIGEON

ELLIOTT'S
bath p.m.
school
;

SCHOOL HOUSE:—
;

ST. JAMES CHURCH :— Rev. William Westover (residence PhilipsSunday service 2.30 p.m. burg).

Every fourth Sabbath at 5 p.m. in summer, and 6 p.m. in winter Sabevery Sabbath at 4 prayer meeting every Wed-

STANBRIDGE EAST.
ST.

nesday at 7 p.m.
Con-

JAMES CHURCH ;— Rev. I.

WOLFE RIDGE :— Every fourth Tuesday
at 6.30 p.m.

stantine.

Hoars of Sunday service

; ;

;

212

MISCELLANEOrS DIRECTORY OF MISSI3QU0I COUNTY.

COWANSVIHiK CIRCUIT.
The
embraces Cowansville, Sweetsburg, East Farnham, Fordyce's Corner, Farnham Glen and
Circuit
S. G. Phillips,

PIEECETOiN :— Every
day- at

Freeport. Eev. superintendent.

M.A.,

fourth Sun2.30 p.m., and erery fourth Sunday at 6.30 p.m., alternately. Prayer meeting and Sabbath school every Sunday at 10 a.m.

ST.
the
church,
;

AEMAXD CENTRE :—Every
Tuesday
at 7 p.m.

Hours of Sunday Service :

alternate
alternate

COWANSVILLE :— At
10.30 a.m. and 7.30 school, 2.30 p.m.

STANBRIDGE RIDGE :— E very
Sundav
at 2.30 p.m.

p.m

Sunday
Hall,

STANBRIDGE EAST: -Eev.

SWEETSBURG :-At
6 p.m,

Lappins

EAST FAENHAM :_ Every alternate
Sabbath at 2.30 p.m.

FORDYCE'S CORNEE :— Every
ternate Sabbath at 2.30 p.m.

al-

Week-day Services

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.

:

FARNHAM GLEN:— 1st
p.m.

and 3rd Wedneedaj-s of each month at 7.30
and 4th Fridays

ST.

ARinAND CIRCUIT.

The

FREEPORT :— 2nd
of each

month

at 7.30 p.m.

Circuit embraces Philipsburg, Pike Eiver, Morgan's Corner and St Armand Station. Rev. Eichard Eobinson, superintendent.

COWANSVILLE :— Bible
DUNHAItt.

reading every Thursday at 7.30 p.m.

Bours of Service

:

PHILIPSBUEG:— Every
6.30 p.m.

Sabbath at
Sabbath at

Eev. William Scott, pastor.

Hours of aim. and 7 p.m. Sunda}' school, 9.30 a.m. Religious services, Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Sunday service
:

PIKE RIVER :— Every
10.30 p.m.

1 1

;

EAST BtJMIAHI.
Rev. A. M. Delong, West Brome, pastor. Service every alternate Sabbath at 10 a.m.

Sabbath at 2.30 p.m. Sunday school, 1 p.m. ST. STATION :— Every alternate Tuesday, at 6.30 p.m.
;

MORGAN'S CORNER :—Every

ARMAND

UPPER BEDFORD.
Eev.

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,
;

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 p.m.

meeting,

Tuesday,

7.30

assistant

WEST FARNHAM iniSSIOIV.
The Mi.ssion embraces Farnham, Farnham Centre, Adamsville, St. Bridget and Haseville, rev. Thomas
Bell.

Hours of Service
10.30 a.m.

:

FRELIGHSBUEG :— Every
a.m.
;

Sunday,
9.30

Sunday

school,

ABBOTT'S COENER:— Every
day,
at 2.30 p.m. after service.
;

Sun-

Hours

of Sunday Service

:

Sunday school
Sun-

FARNHAM:— Every
;

STANBEIDGE EAST :— Every

day at 10.30 a.m., and 6.30 p.m. Sunday school, 9.30 a.m.

alternate Sabbath, at 10 a.m., and every alternate Sabbath school Sabbath, at 2 p.m. prayer one hour before service
;

meeting, Wednesday evening at

7.


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213

MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY OF MISSISQUOI COUNTY.

FAENHAM CEJ^TEE :—Every alternate Sabbath, at 2
p.rn.

lic population, town of Farnham, 2,000 West Farnham, 1,300 total
; ;

ADAMSVILLE:— Every
Sabbath, at 6.30 p.m.

alternate

3,300.

ST.

BRIDGET .—Every

alternate

Sabbath, at 10 a.m.

LOWER BEDFORD. CHURCH OF ST. DAMIEN DE
BEDFORD :— Rev. Elphege Gravel, parish priest. Hours of Sunday service high mass, 9.30 a.m. summer, 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.

HASEYILLB :— Every alternate
bath, at 5.30 p.m.

Sab-

CONaREGATIONAL CHURCHRev. B.
;

COWANSVILLE. W. Da}', pastor.

Sunday service, 10.30 p.m. Sunday school,

Hour.s of a.m., and 7 2.30 p.m. ;

prayer meeting, Thursday, 8 p.m.

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. CHURCH
DUNHAM. CHURCH OF THE HOLY CROSS:
Joseph Beaudry, parish Hour.s of Sunday service vespers, 2.30 high mass, 9.30 a.m. 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.
priest.
;

NORTH STANBRIDGE. OF ST. IGNACE.— Rev.
priest.

Emd. Lassard, parish

Service
.

every Sabbath morning, and

— Rev.

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; vespers, 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.

FAKIVHAJtt.

StTEETSBVRG.

CHURCH

OF

ST.

ROMUALD CHURCH OF STE. ROSE DE LIMA
:

communicants) Rev. J. (1,500 Bte. Veronneau, parish priest rev. N. Angers, vicar. Hours of Sunday service low mass, 7 a.m. summer, 7.30 a.m. winter; high mass 9.30 a.m. summer, 10 a.m. winter vespers, 2 p.m. Week day service
;

:

— Rev.

J.

B.

S.

St.

Onge, parish
;

— low mass every morning at
parish of St.

7.

The

Romuald de Farn-

the municipality of the municipality of West Farnham. Catho-

ham embraces

the town of

Farnham and

Hours of Sunday Service mass, summer, 9.30 a.m. winter, 10 a.m. vespers, summer, winter, 3 p.m. Week d^y 7 p.m. low mass ever}'" morning, service 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 populapriest.

high

;

;

tion 500.

3

i-»

13 i^

O O

m
>i it

^

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MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY OF MISSISQUOI COUNTY.

215'

COURTS.
TEEMS OF THE COUETS FOE THE DISTEICT
OF BEDFOED,

Gough,
each

clerk. First Monday in month throughout the year.

Held at Bedford, the chef-lieu of the
county.

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, each for April. June and October, six consecutive judical days.

COMMISSIONERS' COURT FOR THB TOW^NSHIP OF DUNHAM
—J.

:

B. Gibson, M.D., A. D. Stevens,

M.D., Briggs A. Longeway, William 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.

SESSIOiNS
to time.

OF THE PEACE:— At

COMMISSIONERS COURT:— Held
Town of Farnham, Joseph Lcquin, Hubert Paradis, Louis Lei'oux, John Bowker, James H. Mosher,.
at
i

Sweetsburg, as appointed from time

TERinS OF

THE COURTS FOR THB COCNTY OF ItllSSISQUOI. CIRCUIT COURT:— Hon. Christopher 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.
;

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.

CIRCUIT COURT :— (Since
1879),
;

April,

Hon. Christopher Dunkin,

Judge Pierre Beriau, clerk. First Tuesday of each of the months of May and Xovember. February, Held at the town of Farnham.

COMMISSIONERS COURT FOR THE PARISH OF ST. ARMAND
Ford, J. P., 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.
(cliairman), C.

WEST :— Launson

DISTRICT MAGISTRATES COURT:

—Judge G. E. Rioux,
trate
;

district magis-

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.

BAILIFFS OF THE SUPERIOR COURT DISTRICT OF BEDFORD. COUNTY OF BROME :— Albert
Peabody, Potton
Sutton Potton
;
:

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 STANBRIDGE :—N.
Hall,

COUNTY

Jeremy Allen, Charles E. Peabody, Calvin C. Perkins, Potton; William Perkins, Potton John C. Pickel, Bolton Thomas M. Harsh. Knowlton James M. Jackson, Sutton W^illiam T. 0. Lewis, Adamsville Adolphus B. Greeley, Sutton ^ Alexander C. Duprey, east part of Farnham ; Jeduthaa L. Perkins^ Potton.
;
; ;

;

;

;

OF

MISSISQUOI:—
;

A. Par^ and H. C. commissioners; Thomas M.

George W. Wells, Frelighsburg;. John N. Mills, Mystic Edmund C.

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216
Knight,
St.

MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY OP MISSISQUOI COUNTY.
M.D.,

David Nutt, Stanbridge George de Clarenceville Humphrey Chadbiirn, Dunham (SweetsWilliam Stevenson, Cowburg) Henry M. Derick, St. ansville Thomas; Jeremie Larocque, West Farnham George H. Kemp, Cowansville; Percival L. Cowan, CowJean Bte. Jasmien, West ansville
;
;

Sweetsburg,
;

vice-president;

rev. R. D. Mills, Dunham; Sidney Fisher, Knowlton Cyrus Thomas,

;

;

principal Waterloo Academy William Gibson, Adamsville, secretary;

treasui-er.

;

Candidates examined for elementary school diploma at Sweetsburg, first

;

Tuesday

in

May and November

Farnham Lafayette
;
;

Jones, Sweets-

burg G-eorge C. Chadburn, East Hii-am C. Parish of St. Armand Bush, Clai-encevi lie; Samuel Coslett, Bedford; Wm. A. Shelters, Bedford J. T. Rolland, Bedford X. E. Tincent, Sweetsburg; George N. Hubert H. Oalor, Sweetsburg; Lewis, Dunham Louis D. Goodwin, Augustus Yan de WaSweetsbui'g ters, Kast Parish of St. Armand. COUNTY OF SHEFFORD:—Edmond Fregeau, ISTorth Stukely CyStukoly prien Guillette, North 'Charles S. Martin,Waterloo Joseph Provost, Ely J. R. Tarte, WaterAnloo ; Peter A. Martin, Gran by toine Trudeau, Roxton Falls; Joseph L. Bombardier, Waterloo Charles Provost, St. C^cile de Milton Benjamin Haskell, Waterloo John A. Martin, Waterloo Clement Dupont, St. Yal^rien de Milton David Couture, Granby Pierre Ledoux, Waterloo Auguste Roy, Waterloo; Jean Baptiste Rejinbal, WaPhilippe E. Dion, Eoxton terloo Pond; Charles Tarte, Roxton Falls; Nathaniel Batchelder, Waterloo.
;

MILITIA, 1878-1879.

THE COUNTY OF MISSISQUOT IS EMBRACED IN MILITARY DISTRICT, NO.
5.

;

;

miSSISQUOI TROOP OF CAVALRY. Capt. Bush, commanding officer
;

;

head-quarters, Clarenceville.

;

60th

BATTALION.
;

Head-quarters, Clarenceville
;

;

;

Lieutenent-colonel Rowe, commanding officer, Clarenceville Brevet lieutenant-colonel, A. H. Gilmour, Stan-

;

;

bridge East; captain Peter Smith, quarter-master, St Armand Station captain Wm. M. Pattison, paymaster, Clarenceville.
;

compa;nie8.

;

;

NO.

1

COMPANY:— Brevet-Major
;

Sixby,
officer

St Armand, commanding 3 officers and 55 non-comofficers

;

;

missioned

and men.
Jame-

NO.

;

Clarenceville, commandingofficer ; 3 officers, and 55 non-com-

2 son,

COMPANY:— Captain
officei's

missioned

and men.

LEGAL. HOLIDAYS. New Years, January 1 Epiphany, January 8 Ash Wednesday, March Good 5 Annunciation, March 25 Friday, April 11; Easter Monday,
;
; ;
;

NO.

Captain Robin3 son, Dunham, commanding officer; 3 officers and 55 non-commissioned

COMPANY:—
and men.

officers

April 14 Ascension Day, May 22 Queen's Birthday, May 24; St. Peter and St. Paul, June 29 ; Dominion Day, July 1 All Saints' Day, November 1 Conception, December 8 Christmas, December 25.
; ; ;

NO. 4 COMPANY :— Captain Higgins, Farnham, commanding officer; 3
and 55 non-commissioned and men. NO. 5 COMPANY :— Captain Bockus,
officers
officers

Mystic,
officers

commanding

officer;

3

;

BOARD OP SCHOOL EXAMINERS FOR THE DISTRICTOF BEDFORD.
Hobart Butler, M.A., advocate, Bedford, president H. L. Fuller, M. A.,
;

and 55 non-commissioned officers and men. NO. 6 COMPANY :— Major Westover,
Frelighsburg, commanding officer; 3 officers and 55 non-commissioned
officers

and men.

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31ISCELLANE0US DIRECTORY OP MISSISQUOI COUNTr.

217
GeorgevilJe,
St.

ACTUAL STRHV^iTH PRESENT AT
LAST IXSPKCTION.
oflircrs

W. M. Keyes, M.D.,
District
;

CAVALllY:— 2
1

und 38 noncoMimisf-ioned ofti- crs and men.

Deputv Grand Master,

NO. CC-.MP.\i\Y, NO. 2 COMPANY, NO. 3 COMl'ANY:— 3
42 rioii-roiiimissioiied men.

Francis District R. W. Bro. J. P. Martin, District Deputy Grand Mas;" ter. Bedford District 15. W. Bro.

offi<ei-,s

officeis

and and

Ailhur I^yon, District Deputv Grand Master, Ottawa District; R.'W. Bro. F. P. Butler, Grand Senior Warden
K.
;

;

NO. No.
NO.

4
5

COMPANY,

COMPANY:— 2

officeis
officers

42 nou-f'omniissioiied men.
G

and and
and and

W. Bro. G R. Marvin, Grand Junior Warden R. VY. Bro. Rev. J. Scrimger, Grand Chaplain R. W. Bro. 1. H. Stearns. Grand Treas;

COMPANY:— 3

officers
officers

42 non-com missioned men.

DISTRICT OP BRDPOHD KIKLE
ASSOCIATION.
Hon.
Patron, the Hon. Jn(ii;e L)iinkin
])atroii8.
;

vice-

L. tS. Huntin<);ton, Hon. G. G. Stevens, lieut.-col. P"'ietoher, C..M.G.. B.A.G., It.-col. Jiowe,
GOlli
batt.,
lieut. col.

commanding
Dyer,
IM.P.P.

R.M",
;

Eacicot, president, lieut. -coi. Rovve,
E. D.
;

and

Bro. T. P. Prentiss, R. W. Bro. J. H. Isaacson, (irand Secretary; R. W. Bro. Isaac Richardson, (xrand Tyler. H. Wr. Bi-o. U. P. Taber, West Farnham R. W. Bro. Arthur F. Simpson, Lennoxville; K. W. Bro. Jame.s Bowen, jun., Quel»oc Verj- W. Bi-o. W.Simpson Walker, Montreal, members of the iioard of General Purposes for the next two years.

urer;

R.

W.

Grand Registrar;

;

;

PRKYOST CHAPTER

iNO.

l-i,

commandini;- b'Otli Itatt. vice-|)residents, Doctors Gil)son, Hamilton, Wood, Fuller and Lussier Messrs. (hon ) Lynch, M.P.P.,e! h. Chandler, 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-beirers and captains of companies belonging to the association executive committee, lieut.-cols. Fletcher. Miller, Hall, E)\ve and Hon. M.
;

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, treasurer; 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.
; ;

HAM :-Dr.

DUN-

PREVOST I.ODGK

HAM:— A.
Dr.
J.

NO.

7,

DUNG.
;

S.

Kemp, W.M.; M.

Aylmer;
col.

secrefaiy-treasurer, lieut.,

Baker, S.W.;
B.

Hiram Seelej^J.W.
treasurer;

Ajlmer, B.M. range officers, lieut.-col. Gilmour and lieut. U'hitman, 60th batt., ca])t. Bui man, 78th batt., and capt. Hail, 52nd baU.

Gil)son, chaplain;

Thomas Wood,
B. See ley, tyler.

Hon. William

MASONIC.
1879.

Meets Tuesday, on or preceding the full moon of each month, at 7 p.m., at tlie Masonic Hall, village of Dunham.

CHJEBEC. M. W. Bro.J. H. Graham, Grand Master; 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 Deputy Grand Master, Quebec and Three Eivers District; R. W. Bro.

GRAND LODGE OF

PKKV.iST LODGE NO.

HAM
W.;

8,

DUN-

:

,W.M.

;

J. B. Cullen, S.
;

S.

Wilkins.m, J.W.
chaplairj
;

Phillips,

treasurer; secretary; H. H. Lewis, tjier. NELSON "lodge ^0. 3 Q. R., ST.

geway,

B. H.

rev. S. G. A. IjonPagnello,

A R M AND
J.oyns,

S
;

r

\

T

I

O N :— T.
i

C.

W.M.

F. H.

M. A. Stewart, J.W.

;

hroop, S.W. Anson Shel-

; ;

;

218

MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY OF MISSISQUOI COUNTY.
George Hunt, secre; ;

ters, treasurer
;

:

SOCIETIES.
MISSISQUOI COUNTY AGRICUl.TURAI^ SOCIETY.
Officers elected annually. Lastin Snyder, Office bearers 1879 Stanbridge, pre-ident; P. C. Moore,
:

H. Charles Bradley, t^ier tary H. Hastings, I.G. H. N. Sixbyand Peter Smith, stewards. Meets Thursday, on or preceding the full moon of each month, at the Masonic Hall, St.

Armand

Station.

STANBRIDGB LODGE STANBRIDGE:— C. E.
M.;
;

NO.
Blinn,
;

19,

W.

S. H. A. H. Gilmour, S.W M. V. Bryan, Sornberger, J.W. secretary; N. M. Blinn, treasurer;

Arraand West, vice president George Sulley, Bedford, sec-treas. Directors: F. X. Des Rivieres, Notre Dame David Westover, S. P. Cameron, Dunham M. Beerworth,
St


;

;

;

(Jlarenceville;

Seth

Enierick,

St

H. B. Kemp,

tyler.

BROWNE LODGK NO. 24, FARNHAM :_Peter Elder, W.M.; George
Starks,
J.

E Doming, St. Armand East; Adolphus Truax, West Farn-

Thomas

C.

ham;

E.

C.

Knight,

Stanbridge;

S.W.

;

David

Boudreau,

George Sulley, secretary-treasurer,
Beilford.

W.; D. B. Meigs, treasurer; secretary; NoelJett^, tyler. Meets Friday on or befoi-e the moon of each month.

Annual exhibitions of the society are
full

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 Wednesday of each month.

held at their grounds, Bedford, in the earl} party of September, when prizes to the amount of about eight huudred dollars are offered for competition. 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.

FRELIGHSBURG LODGE
A. F.

AND
B.

A.

M.,

Q.

NO. 3.3, R., FRE-

MISSISQUOI t'OUNTY PLOWING
Corey, ASSOCIATION:— Moses president; A. A. Batcheller, vicepresident; Z. V. Whitman, secretary-treasurer.

LIGHSBURG:— Cleland
W.M.; E.
;

Austin, Abbott, S.W.; Dr.

N. A. Smith, J.W.; Dr. Elijah Joseph LandsRowell, chaplain berg, treasurer; George R. Marvin, Parker, S.D. F. J. secretary; T. N. Allen W. .Miner, J D. 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 Grammer school, at 7 p.m.
;

UNION

ST.

JOSEPH DE FARN1869.
$-4,000.

HAM:— Incorporated
members. Capital

Lequin, jun., president; Smith, 1st vice-president; Abraham
Baillargeon,
2iid

250 Joseph Joseph

vice-president;

Edouard

Choquette,

secretary;

Louis iiacoste, assistant; Honor(5 Lequin, treasurer; Alfred Biazeau,

Leon Mailloux, 2nd 1st assistant assistant; Jean Bte. Archambault,
;

COUNER STONE LODGE
C'

^0.

)WANSVILLE •— xMicah
;

37, Vail,

W.M.

Matthew

huiter,
,

S.W.;

corresponding secretary; Calixte Ludger Hebort, Lequin, absistant commissaire ordonnateur; Joseph,
;

G.W. J.W. John Humphrey, Webb, treasurer; M. O. Hart, secretary; i*.\j. Cowan, tyler.
Meets the VVednesday after each moon.
full

Archambault, assistant; J. Bte. St. Pierre regisseur; Guillaume BesFrau9ois 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
sette, assistant;

BEDFORD
FOllD:

— Meets

LODflE, NO.
the
full

59, BEDMonday on or

preceding each

moon.

MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY OF MISSISQUOI COUNTY.
have been paid since its existence. Meets onr-e per week on Wednesat 8 o'clock p.m. in their hall, St Joseph street, Farnham.
trains, fare 25
cts.

219
A.
F.

Hoglo

Philipsburg, proprietor.

day

STANBRIDGE STATION AND DUNHAM STAGE LINE: -William Turnbull, Stanbridge Station, proprietor. Stage leaves Stanbridge Station ihxWy after the arrival of the mail train, at 9 a.m., for Dunham, 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 Stanbridge Station at 8 p.m.
;

ST. 1>ATKICK'8 SOCIETY, FARNEdward Donahue, president James O'Connor, (Brigham), vice-president; John Kavanagh, secretary Wm. Kinehan, correspond-

HAM —
:

;

;

The society num ing secretary. Meets bers about thirty members. first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.

STAGE ROUTES.
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.

CLAREXrEVILLE AND AIRD STANBRIDGE STATION AND HENRYVILLE STAGE LINE :— STAGE LINE:— Stage leaves ClaLeaves 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 StanPierro bridge Station at 5 a.m. Girard, proprietor, sub-let to M. M. Gamache, both of Henryville.

CLAREXCEVILLE ANDL\COLLE STAGE LINE:— Stage leaves (Marenceville daily, at 4 p.m. for Lacolle 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.

STATION AND STANBRIDGE STANBRIDGE EAST STAGE LINE — William Turnbull, Stan:

CLARENCEVILLE AND MIRANDA STAGE LINE:— Stage leaves Clarenceville every Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 a.m., for Miranda, 5 l^eaves Miranda miles, fare 25 cts. same daj's for Clarenceville at 10.15 >amuel 0. Clark, Clarencea.m. ville. proprietor.

FRELIGH8BURG AND STANBRIDGE EAST STAGE LINE :—
Stage leaves J^'relighsburg at 5.80 a.m., to connect with mail train of Montreal, Portland and Boston Railway' for Montreal. Leaves Stanbridge 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, Leaves St. Armand Station for do. Philipsburg, on arrival of above
;

bridge Station, proprietor. Stage leaves Stanbridge Station dailj'' after the arrival of afternoon train from Montreal, at 5.40 for Stanbridge passing East, 7 miles, fare 35 cts. through Bedford, 2 miles, fare 25 cts. J and Riceburg, 6 miles, fare 35 Leaves Stanbridge East for cts. Stanbridge Station at 5.30 a.m. STATION ANt) FHEST.
;

ARMAND

LIGHSBURG STAGE LINE :—
Stage leaves St. Armand Station on arrival of Central Vermont Railway train from Montreal at 9 a.m., for Frelighsbarg, 10 miles, fare 75
cts.
;

passing through Pigeon Hill, 5

cts., and St. Armand fare 60 cts. 7^ miles, Leaves Frelighsburg, at 2 p.m., and connects with train:of C.V.R. for St. Albans, Boston, &c. Anson Shelters, St. ArmandiStation, proprietor.

miles, fare 40

Centre,

SWEETSBURG AND FRELIGHSBURG 8TAGE LINE :— Edward
Pickle, Sweetsburg, proprietor. Stage

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MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY OF MISSISQUOI COUNTY.
George
Post
ST.

leaves Sweetsbure: daily after the arrival of the mail train from Montreal 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 Frelighsburg for Sweetsburg at 4 a.m.
;

Sulley,

secretary-treasurer.

office address,

Bedford.

GEORGE OECIiARENCEVIIiLE, PARISH OF.

A. H.Derick, chairman, S J.Adams, Merritt Heerwort, Stoddard Hawley,

protsstai^t boards of SlHool commissioners.
CO\VA^SVILL.E,

William John MacNeil, commissioners H. C. Hyde, secretary-treasurer. Post
;

office address. Clarenceville.

ST. THO.IIAS
J. Collins,

DE PARISH

FOITCAUI.T, OF.

VILLAGE
Hiam

OF.

secretary treasurer. Post

E. Gloason (chaii-man)^ Jame.s O'Hnlloran, Q (1, Adam Oliver, Wil-

office address,

Miranda.

liam Dent and W. H. Macfarlane, commissioners; William Stevenson,
secretary-iieasui'er.
S.

WEST FA '^iVJIAM, PARISH OF.
John Berwick, James Cameron, L. W. Kemp (trustees) George A.
:

DUNHAM,
OF. James G. Pell, chairman; Franklin E. Scott, G. F. Shnfelt, E. V. Gleason, commissioners George D. Baker, secretary-treasurer. Post office address,
;

TOWNSHIP

Truaux, secretary-treasui-er. office add res-;, Farndon.

Post

CATHOLIC BOARDS 05^ SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS. NOTRE DAIIE DES ANGKS,
S^niOOL

Dunham.
FARMIA.TI, TOWN OF.
Mosher, chairman John T. Yates (trustees) ; Curtis P. Taber, secretarv-treasurer.
II.
;

MUNICIPALITY
;

OF.

James

Wilson,

John

(Comprising the Parishes of St. Tgnaceand Notre Dame des Anges.) Exurie Boivin, chairman Alfred Courtemanche, Joseph Hegas.se, jnn.,
Alexaniler Galipeau, Vital Lamoureux,

FRKIilGHSBCJRQ,

SCHOOL MLNlCiPALirr OF. (Comprising the parish of St. Armand East and the village of Frelighsburg.)
John
pon
S.

commissioners; Joseph Ltibellc, secretary-treasurer. Post office address, St. Charles de Stanbridge. ST. OA.IIIEN DE BEOFORD,

Lamoure (chairman), Han-

H,

Hibbai-d,
11.

Norman

Jenne, commissioners Elijah K. Spencer, secretary-treasurer. Post office address, Frelighsburg.
;

Edmund Ingalls, Kdmund Titemore,

PARISH OF. Moreau, chairman Pierre Allaire, Jean B. liamothe (trustees)
S.

A.

;

;

Hj-acinthe Guilletic. secretarytrea-<urer. Post office address, Bedford.
ST.

ROIflUALD DE FAKNHA.n,

MUNICIPALITV

OF.
;

S

r.

ARni4>'0 WEST,

PARISH

OF.

H. B. Slrcit, chaii-man; Charles Titemore, Benjamin Sails, John Krans, Seth Yates,commissioners M. A. Stewtreasurer. art, Post office address,
;

Louis Giroux, chairman Eus^be Theophile Birrard, Solyme Martel, Choquette and Abraham Baiilargeon,
commis.•^ioners
tary'.
;

C

U. Diifresne, secre-

Post

office address,

Farnham.

/

St.

Armand

Station. ST. D.V.TIIKN DE

SCHO

)L

KEDFORD, MUNICIPALI f Y OF.

WEST FARNHAM, MUNICIPALITY OF.
Olivier Audette, chairman Paradis, Cleophas Duhamel,
;

Hubert
Pierre

Ebenezer A Icomltrack, chairman; C. A. Kice, A. F. Slielters, rev. Samuel Jackson, C. E. Blinn, commissioners;

Choiniere,
tary.

Valentine Merizzi, and commissioners C. U. Dufresne, secre;

MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY OF MISSISQUOI COUNTY.

211

COUNTY OF MISSISQUOI.
POST OFFICE.
Bedford
Cowniisville
*St.

CATHOLIC PARISH.
*TySte. Ri)>e

Damien de Bedford. de Lima de Sweetsburg.

DeslUvieros Station, P. O. Malmaison Dun hero

fNotre D;inie des Aiiges. JSte. Rose de Lima de Sweetsburg.
de Duiham. Croix de Dunham. ^St. Romuald de Fainliam. ||'*^'e. Croix de Dunham.
||Ste. (.'roix
jl-'^^'^-

Dunlumi
East Dniiliam

Farndon
Freliijlisbuig M^-stic Morth Stanbridii,e

+Sl.

Ii>;ii;K-e.

jSt.
J'^t.

lyinace.
Ijj^iiace.

Piorcelon Pike River Ricel)urg Scottsmore
St. Chai-les

*St.
'^St.

Damien de Bedford. Damien tie Bedfoid.
Rose de Lima de Svveetsburg.

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de Siaubridge Stan i)ridge East

fXotie Daiiie des Angcs.
*St. ^Si.
'.

Sta:!bridi>e ividge

Damien de P>edfor<l. Damien de Bedford.

Stan bury

|St. Igiiace.

Sweetsburg

West Farnham

^Sie. Rose de Lima de Sweetsburg. §8l. Romuald de Farnliam.

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li

Dunham,
^

east part.

The Catholic Parish of Ste. Rose de Lima de Sweetsburg consists of one-third of ship of Dunham, north-west part.

the

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MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORYTOWN OF ST. JOHNS.
flFMCIPAIi GOTERNHKNT OF ST. JOHNS, 1879.

MAYOR,

J. P.

CARUEAU.
C.

CENTRE WARD:— Councillors,
Ai-pin, C. Faille

and I. Dion. EAST WARD:-Councillo.-.s, W. Bn).s>eaii, J. H. Wilkinson and J,

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,

UTain.

NORTH
WEST

WARD:_Councillors,
I.

J. E.

Molleur,

Bourguiirnon

and Jos.
L.

Beaudrv.

'WARD:— Councillors,
E.

Lareau,
nidisette.

L'Ecuyer

and L. Sa-

OFFICERS OF THE COUNCIL:—
S.

second assistant chief ; Jos. Carson, secretary; Charles Arpin, tieasurer 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. Donaghy, foreman, No. 2 Hose Co.; A. Davis, foreman. No. 3 iiose Co.; P. Bouchard, foreman, No. 4 Hose
;

;

;

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.

Co.

The average number of men company is about fifteen.

to

each

BANKS.

LA BANQUE DEST. JEAN:— Head
Johns. 85 Richelieu street. Incorporated 1873. Sub.-cribed capital §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. Broaseau, St. Johns D. Brosseau, L'Acadie. directors Ph. Beaudouin, cashier Joseph Moileur, jun., teller; A. Davignon, bookkeeper. Branch at Napierville, P.Q., M. Catudai,
office, St.
;

ST.

JOHNS FIK£ DEPA ItT:TIENT.
tiie

The

situated on Longueuii street, and is a handsome twostory 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
station
is

;

;

;

;

manager.

MERCH.\NTS BANK OF CANADA:

Manufacturing Co., Seneca Falls, N. Y., and is warranted to throw five hundred gallons of water per minute. It cost about 84.000 ; one hand fire engine, cost,
Silsbj'

The

— Head

office,

Montreal,

Ca})ital.

$5,500,000. St. Johns Branch. 29 Eichelieu street, corner of St. George. W. Lake 3Iarler, manager; A. C. B. Delmegc. accountant E. J. Harding and E.'T. Walmsley, clerks.
;

§1,400;

hose reels, §1,100; regulation hook and ladder truck, §1,200 one coal cart, $112; and 3.100 feet of rubber hose,
five

one

New York

CHURCHES.
ST.

;

JAMES CHURCH, CHURCH OP ENGLAND, Jacques Cartier street,
corner of
St.

worth §3,100.

George

:

— Rev.

W. L.

:

224

MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY, TOWN OF

ST.

JOHNS.

Johns; Rev. 0. 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, Jacques Caitier street corner ""t. George (opposite the church), G. H. Wilkinson and I. B. Futvoye, ciiurch wardens L. G. Macdonnld and Isaac
Mills, rector of St.
J.
; ;

George street corner Jacques CarW. H. Stevens, principal; Miss Sawyer, assistant.
tier:

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 desire. Average dailj- attendance,

21)0.

CATHOLIC
Hon.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES.

SCHOOL

C'oote, lay delegates

;

James

Davis,

sexton, residence 39 St. George.

CHURCH

OF ST. JOHN TBE EVANGELIST, ROMAN CATHO-

F. G. Marchand, M.P.P., president Charles Langelier, James O'Cain, I. Bouiguignon, Noel Chaput. Term of office, 3 yenvs.
;

LIC, Longueuil street corner of St, Fortunat Aubry, James: Rev. 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;

PROTEVrAIVT BOARD OF SCHOOL TRISTEES.
K. R. Smith, T. A. Cousins

and

Wm.

Drumm,
rev.

ti'ustees proper.

The mixed

school board consists of the above and W. L. Mills, rev. W. J. Crothers, I. B. Futvoye and George H. Wilkin-

son.

ciTsroiHs

department:

35

Miclicl Bdhini;er, St. Charles^

sexton, residence

MKTHODIST CHURCH OF CANADA,
J.

Longueuil street:

rev.

W.

Richelieu. E. I). Pliillips, collectf)!- of customs; H. G. Pei'chard, chief clerk and landing waiter; J. B. Bissonnette, clerk and landing waiter E. Brossard, clerk and landing waiter. Imports tor the
;

Cu>tom House, 23

('rothers,

M.A., pastor.

Hours
;

of
7

Sunday service, 10.30 a.m. and p.m. Sunday school, 2.3U p.m.
;

year ending June 30th, 1879, 8408,exports for the same period, 972
;

S337,390.

The number

of

vessels

pi-aj'er

meeting,

Wednesday*, 7.30

p.m.

EDlJC.lTIOXAIi.

CONVENT OF THi'l CONGREGATION OF NOTRK DAME.
Founded in 54 Grant street.
Johns, 1849. Sister St. Philippe de Nery, superioress. Average yearly attendance of pupils from 330 to
St.

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,
toial of

500,

and outward.s, a
69 and 71
St.

inwai'ds 3,282 vessels.

ST.

JOHNS COMMERCIAL ACAJames
street

— Brother
ST,

DEMY,

.Maxamillian, director of Placidius, tlie Academy; Brother sub-director; also eight professor.s.

JOHNS HIGH SCHOOL,

St.

ST. JOHNS HOSPITAL. 17 J..ongueuil street. The Hospital is under the direction Sister Mallard, of the Grey Nuns. Conducted by the same superioress.

; ;

MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY, ToWN OF

ST.

JOHNS.

225

community,

in the

same

building'-,

is

Joseph Boueher,treasurer

;

Ednuard

an infant school, which has aliead}' been meTitioned un<icr the head of eduThis institution also charitablN' provide^ for, and takes care of, about 1^0 aged
is

L'Ecayer, tir>t-a.ssistant tieasuier; Joseph Linglois, second assistant
treasurer; Jean Baptiste G ^-oii-e, commissaire ordonnateui- Ged^on
;

cational. The averaire patients in the ho-pital

number
86.

of

Laiielle, assi-^tant
;

commiss:iiie or-

and intirm persons.

donnateur Joseph Chagnon. depositor. This society numbei-s 2U0 members.

NEH'SPAPERS. LA VOIX DU PEIJPLE :— Published every Friilay by Roy Fieres. Annualsubseiiptioii -i^l.SO in advance. Office 8S Uichelieu street.

PATHICKS ST. O'Cain, piesi<k'nt;
;

SOCIETY.— J.
William
Kear-

.1. B. Brennan, ney, vice-))resiiiuiit treasurer, J. A. Mc(^uillen, seere-

tai-v.

LK

F U A N CO-C A N A D E N
1

:

T ri-

weekly edition, Tuesday, Thursda}and Saturday; annual sul>scription

CEBCLE LITTERAIllE DE JEAN: — S. Cote, president;
;

ST.
E.

Weekly edition, atlvance. annual subscri|>tion SI in advance. I. Bouriiuiirnon, proprietor, ])ublislier and printer, office 2
8:^.50 in

Arpin, vice-presideni J. QIle^nel, secretary; G. Tiahan, assistant
secretai-v
;

Joseph

Chartiei-,

treas-

Fritlay

;

Market square.

THE NEWS AND FHOXTIER ADVOCATE — Published every
:

Frida}',

by

E. R.

Smith, proprietor.

Annual
office

sub>cri])tion SI in advance,

18

oijposite the

Richelieu street-, nearly new post office.

SOCIETIES.
ST.

urer ; R. Brault, assistant treasurer, J. Barret te, janitor and master of The society has an ceremonies. L>uring actual meml)ership of Hi the fall and winter months meetings are held every Wednesday evening at 8 p.m., and during the remainder of the year eveiy fortI'he society meets at the night. Firemen's Hall, J^on^ueuil street. L'ORPHIoN DE ST. JEAN:— C. T.
£. Z. ])resiilent liarbonneau, Haniel, director. The society' meets in O'Cain's block, Richelieu sti'cet, every Thui-sday at 9 p.m., for practice. It has a membership of 40, In and has proved a success. cultivating a taste for mu.~ic care is taken to exclude anything in the shape of melody appertaining to the burnt cork ])rofessir)n.
• ;

— Incorporated
ment
in

JEAN BAPTISTE SOCIETY:

by Act of Parlia1868 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 Brosseau, fecretar\'
;

;

,

a.ssis-

tant seci-etar}- Oliva Langlois, treasurer Joseph Poirier, first-assistant Dolan, second treasurer; Michel assistant treasurer; Octave .Mercier, commissaire ordoiniateur Christie Stephani, assistant commissaire ordonnateur.
; ;

LA SOCIEIE PERMANENTE DE CONSTRUCTION DU DISTRICT DTBEKVILLE:— Office, 69 JacH. .Marcband, street. president ; Thomas Sheridan, vicepresident T. A. Bernier, H. Moreau, -Messier, A. Davignon and J. S. Alexander Macdonald, directors; E'louaixl L'Ecuj'er, secretary-treas-

ques Cartier
;

L'

UNION ST. JOSEF JEAN — Noel Chaput,
;
:

I

DE

ST.
;

president Olivier St. Cyr, first vice-president Moi^e Thibodeau, second vice-president Jean Bourguignon, secretary ; secretary E. Hebert, assistant
;

uier.

OTASOMC.

DORCHESTER LODGE
A.F.

NO. 4 Q.R.,
P.Q.

&

A.M. :— St. Johns,

;

:

; ;

226

MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY, TOWN OF
beault,

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,

secretai-y-treasurer. Regumeetings first iVIonday of the months of February, March, June, and October, and the last day of December, at the Countj' Hall.'jaoques Cartier street, at 1 p.m.
lar

I.O.O.F. meeting, every Thursday. Place of meeting Wilkinson's block, over exj»ress office, 27 Riche-

— Regular
lieu street.

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.

ST. JOHNS

CRICKET

CLUB.

4NI>
;

LACROSSE

J. B. Stewart, president

A. J. Wight, vice-president; John A. Tees, secretary- and treasurer. The number of

members

is

61.

COURT OF QUERX'S BENCH:—
Two terms commencing March 11th and October llth.
JUDICIAL OFFICERS FOR THE DISTRICT 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,
;

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, warden, 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. address St. Johns Jean Baptiste Baillargeon, mayor of St. Luc, P.O. address St. I^uc Secretary-treasurer, Eugene Archambeault, 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,
; ;

;

sheriff; J.

do

E. Z. Bouchard, deputy X. Lanier, crier and high constable; Etienne Guillot, jailer.
;

F.

BAILIFFS FOR THE DISTRICT OF IBERVILLE.
Ambroise Moisant, Napierville Michel Moisant, St. Johns Joseph Brunelle,
; ;

;

Napierville

;

H3'polite

Gervais,

Iberville; F.

Michel Joseph
Francois

X. Lanier, St. Johns; Marcoux, St. Alexandre Rh^aume, St. Valentin
'ianguay,
Sle.

Bridget

Jo.seph Pepin, St. Michel

September and December. Meetings are held in Town of St. Johns at the County Hall, Jacques Cartier,
street at 10 a.m.

Jacob Dupuis, St. Amable SanGagne, Sherrington teire, Remi, Louis Lemaire, St. Henryville; Oavid Lareau, Lacolle; Noah Boright, L:icolle; Moise
; ;

Archange; Johns; Pierre

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF THE PARISH OF ST. JOHNS.
Charles Hebert, mayor, P.O. address Moise Pinsonneault, St. Johns Napoleon Poutre, Benjamin Smith, Moise Roy, Jean Baptiste Olignj', Alexander Lanoue, councillors, P.O. address St. Johns Eugene Archam;

;

Rlieaumo, St. Valentin Thomas Auger, St. Gregoire; Edouard Marcou.\', St. Johns; Nicolas Belouin, St. Edward; Pierre Campbell, St» Sabastien Arthur Lanier, Ibervjlle Toussaint Moisan, Na])ierville; Henri Alderic Haraelin, St. Michel Archauire.
;
;

MONTREAL ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS.

22T

ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS.
ABBOTT, TAIT. WOTHER, COLE
SPOON & ABBOTT,
11
ii()>pital

FRED.,
l!nion

general agent

Com-

udvocates-

Assurance Co. of London, England, 64 St Francois
mercial

BARRY. SMITH &
and
hose,

CO., manufacturens of leather belting, tire engine ho>e, &c., dealers in rubber belting
594,

Xavier.

See Adv inside back rover

596
,

and
,

598

COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO-, of London, England,
Fred. Cole, general agent, 64 St Fran9ois Xavier. See Adv insi'Je bad: rarer

S"t

BEAUCHEMIN A & CO
ket"

manu-

faclureis of threshing machines, 304^ Craig, opposite the Cattle Mar-

COOK'S

FRIEND B K I N a POWDER, the leading baking
A.

BEAUDRY ARMAND,
of

importer diamonds, jewellery, watches, fanc^ goods, silver and plated ware, 269 Notre Dame

powder in the Dominion, .letailed everywhere, manufactured only by

W.
Adv
tors

b. McLaren, 5.') College. outside back cover
Gr

See

BELIVEAU
8t Ther^sc

AIME,

p^'opnetor

COSSITT

M. & BRO.,

proprie-

Canada Hotel, 17 St Gabriel corner

BETHUNE & BETHUNE,
cates.

advo.Merchants Exchange, 11 St

Sacrament

BOURGEAU, LIFFITON &
manutacturers
cotfees. spices,

CO.,

and importers of &c.. Trade Cottee and

Canada Agricultural Implement Works, Brockville, Ont., otlice and warerooms, 79 and 81 McGill, Montreal, 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

CANADA

CARTNEY

43 College HwTEL, Aim^ Beliveau, proprietor, 17 St Gabriel corner St Therese J. S., sign and show card writer. Illuminated show cards,
Si>ice

Steam

Mills,

wood burning locomotives 57U Craig

DeMARTiaNY ADELARD
DeSOLA BROS. &

L-,

cashier La Banque Jacques Cartier, 7 and 9 Place d'Armes

crystal show cards, window shades, short &c. Streamers written on notice. Window tickets, one cent each, 31 St Lambert Hill. See Adv

COLLINS,

paye 131

general commission, merchants and exporters of Canadian produce, office 82 and 84 McGill, warehouses McGill. Wellington and Grey Nun

CHAPLEAU GODFROI,

manufac-

DOMINION SAFE
Godfroi Chapleau,

WORKS,
SON.
proprie-

turer of burglar proof and tire and burglar proof satiss, iron vault linings, burglar-proof vault doors, fire-proof doors, iron shutters, stone-

Lawrence Adv page 51
St
tors

proprietor, 320 and 784 Ontario. See

DOUGALL JOHN, &

Dominion i'^afe Works, 320 8t Lawrence and 784 Ontario. See Adv page 5
cutters'
tools,

&c..

CHAPLEAU

Z.,

& LABELLE,
Dame,

and printers Montreal Witness, daily and weekly, book and job printers, &c., 33, 35 and 37 St Bonaventure

publishers, booksellers and bookbinders, importers of French reli-

DUFRESNE
leau

J-

B

R.,

watchmaker

gious articles, 174 Notre opposite the Court House

and jeweller, 176 Notre Dame corner St Vincent, next door to MM. Chap-

&

Labelle

6

228

MONTREAL ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS.

ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS.
DUFRESNE
1869), ward)

L.

P.

(established

JODOIN &
Paul

maker and jeweller, has

EVANS

FABRE aUSTAVE
Paul

to No. 92 St Joseph street, next door to hi^ old stand WILLIAM, iraj.orter and growei' of tield, u-arden and flower seeds, friiii atnl ornamental trees, and a<i;ri<niituiul implement warei)onse.^S9. 91 and 9::J M'Gill R-, manufactiiiei- ot' hub.-' and importer of saddierj' and carriage trimmings, bar iron, steel, paints, and oils, &c., 241

removed

CO., iron founders and shovel manufacturers, foundry Longueuil, office and warerooms 309 St
L., notary public, commissioner, &c., office 60

KITTSON G. R. W., B.C
St

James

LA BANQUE JACQUES CARAdelard L. DeMartigny, and 9 Place d'Armes LABELLE P. E., f^mcy and staple

TIER,

cashier, 7

goods, sign

of the

blue

ball,

109

v^t

FROST & WOOD,

manufacturers

Notre Dame, between Bonsecours and Gosford

of agrinilt'iitd im])leraents, Smith's Larmonth & Sons, F;iir8, On;.. agents, offi-e and warehouse 33 College and 8 St Henry. See Adv page 116

LAMOTHE MAJOR G., postmaster,
127
St

James corner

St Frangois

Xavier

LANTHIER &
riers,

GAQNON

proBROS. prietors Itet.iil Merchants Association, Ja>'qnes Cartier Bank building, 7 Pluce d'Armes

& WHITE,

CO., hatters and furCentennial first prizes, gold and bronze medals, 271 Notre Dame
Z., wholesale boot and shoe manufacturer, 306 St Paul

LAPIERRE
tural

GALARNE4U M
thoi-

C,

flealer in lea

LARMONTH &
See Adv page
1

SONS,

agricul-

and shoe tindings, 279 St Paul

GORDON JAMES
coniniission
imi>orter'^ of fi-h

C,

&

CO,

mercdiants,

wholesale and canned goods,

implement Avareliouse, agents for Frost & Wood, Smith's Falls, Ont., 33 College and 8 St Henry,
i

31 and 33 Si Ni(diolas

LATIMER
Cossitt

R.

J.,

GRANT JAMES,
be-retary

manager

and

&

Bro., proprietors

HALDIMAND &

HENEY &
dealers
cai-riage

Ilochelaga Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 194 St James CO-, importers of iron, jnetals and hardware of every description, sign of the lock, 253, 255 and 257 St Paul corner St Vincent LACROIX, wholesale
in sadillery

Agricultural
Brockville,

manager G. M. Canada Implement Works,
office

Ont.,

and ware-

rooms 79 and 81 McGill

LOVELL PRINTING AND PUB
LISHING
CO(limited), printers
series of school books, Loveli's Gazetteer of British North America, Loveli's Montreal Directory, and Loveli's Business Directory; Classitied general book and Job printers and blank book manufacturers, John Pobert Lovell, managing director K. l..ovell, secretary-treasurer, 23 See Adv page and 25 St Nicholas. 139
;

and publishei's of Loveli's

hardware and trimmings, 520 and 522 St

Paul

HOCHELAGA MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., Jivmes Grant,
manager James
and
secretary,

194

St

JACKSON

BROS., manufocturers

of lasts, trees, crimps, dies, &c., dealers in leather and shoo findings, 419 St Paul

MA^AULAY
iMutual

R.,

secretary.

Sun

Lite

and Accident Insur-

ance Co., 164 St James

MONTREAL ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS.

229

ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS.
McLaren W.
cover D., manufacturer of the Cook's Friend Bakiiii^ Powder, 55 College, ^ee Ado outside back

RITCHIE & RITCHIE,
151 Si

advocates,

James

MEWHORT W.
MONTREAL

F., & CO., India rubber warehouse, rubber goods of everv description, 237 St James WITNESS, annual

ROBY J. M., & CO., dealers in leather and slioe lindings, 409 St Paul ROYAL INSURANCE CO. OF
LONDON,
\V.
I

-M.

at lev,

Notre Dame

11, Gault, M.P., and chief agents, corner and Place d'Armes

subscription to thiily iu city S4, in country S3, postpaid to weeklj;

SEYBOLD SON &
sale,

CO., importers of iron, metals and hardware, whole-

weekly to mini.ster.s, John Dougail & Son proprietors and printers, 33, 35 and
SI. 10, postj)aid;
;

85e., postpaid

SHERIFFS OFFICE,

37 St Bonaventure

MORTON, PHILLIPS & BUL
MiSii (successors
h:tm,
to

483 and 4s5 St Paul Hon. P.J. O. Chauveau, sheritf; Myron H. sheriti", Court Sanborn, deputy House, 177 2s')t]-e [);ime

Robert Gia-

STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE
CO (THE)
151
St
\V.>1.

established lb29), stationers,

Kam>ay, manager,

book manufacturers and printers, 375 Notre Dame 3rd door
account
east of St

Jamc^ See Adv page 10 manutacturing STRE-diT JOHN.
jeweller, 241 Notre

John

Dame.

See

Ado

PARSONS

S. R., furniture and uplioKstery goods in all their varieties for hall, dining-room, drawing-room

page

1

SUN MUTUAL LIFE AND
CIDENT INSURANCdi
Ma<-aulav, sccrelarv, 104 St

AC-

CO., K.

and bedroom, of the most modern best material, 437 and 439 Notre Dame, opposite St Helen. See Adv page 55
stales and

James

SURVEiER

PAYETTE
b()0.>:.«^ellei-s,

&

BOURGEAULT,
and
book-

L. J^ A, hardware, stoves, ranges, wringers, washing machines, Sherwood's white wire goods and agate iron utensils, &c.,

stationers binders, 250 St Paul

PICAULT &
JSore Dame

THIBAUDEAU BROTHERS &

CO., chemists and druggists, wholesale and retail, 75

THOMSON
major G.Lamothe,
Eitieiy,

PObT OFFICE,
postmaster;

CO wholesale dry goods importers, 33 J St Paul & CO saddlery and vari'iage hardw.ire, 456 St Paul
.
.

M.

assistant

po.vtmaster, 127 St Si Fi-angois Xavier

James corner

TRADE C()PFEE AND SPICE ST^AM MILLS, Bourgeuu, Lifliton
it

Co.,

43 College
A.
Co.,

RAM3AY W.

M., manager The Standard Life Assurance Co., 151 St James. See Adv page 16

VICTORIA WIRE WORKS.
Decarie
li.shed
Oc

570 Craiir

RAMSAY. DRAKE &

WARREN H.
WATSON

B

,

&

CO-

(e.stab-

BODS,

paints, oils and varnish manufacturers, 37, 39 and 41 Eecollet, factorv 330 St I'atrick

RETAIL MERCHANTS' ASSOCIAxION: Gagnon
proprietors, Jacques

1S34J, scale maiiufacturers, 205 Fortiticalion lane JOHN, j"n. e'cctropia cd wai-e 370 St. Paul See Adv outside front cover
J. L.,

Bros. & White, Cartier Bank

WISEMAN
over Star

wood engraver
620 Craig

and de-igner on wood,
office.

Buildings, 7 Place d'Armes

See

Adv page 18

CUSTOMS lARIFF.
Acids, Acetic and Vineorar per imp. gal., 12 cts. " Agaric " Carboys, subject to duty
;

pkgs.
full

20

Apparel, Wearing, and other personal and household effects, not merchandise, of British subjects dying abroad, but domiciled in

Free
or
20 20
2i)

Canada
cts. cts.

Free

empty
" "

Apples, Dried (see Fruits). ..per lb., 2 " " ....perbrl., 40 Green

Muriatic
Nitric

Aqua

Fortis

"
" "

Oxalic per lb., ^ Sulphuric All others not specified

Free
ct.
;

Argentine, Albata .ind German Silver Plated Ware of all kinds

pkgs.

20 20

Argol Dust Argols Crude

30 Free

Free

per 100, f 1 Advertising Pamphlets Advertising Pictures or Bills Agates, unmanufactured Agricultural Implements not otherwise provided for Alabaster tsee Fancy Goods) per Imp. gal., 5^1.90; pkgs.. Alcohol Ale, Beer and Porter in bottles, 6 qts. or 12 pts. to an imp. gal per imp. gal., 18 cts. pkgs. Ale, Beer and Porter in casks or otherwise than bottles per imp. gal., 10 cts. pkgs.
; ;

30

Arms for the use of Army and Navy Free Army and Navy and Canadian Militia,
for use of:

Free
25 20 20

Arms
Clothing
Military Stores and Munitions of War..

Musical Instruments for Bands

Free Free Free Free
20

Arrowroot
20

20

Alkanet Root Aloes

Aluminium Almonds (see Nuts)

Free Free Free
20

Arseniate of Aniline Arsenic Articles for the public uses of the Dominion Government or any of the departments thereof, and for the Senate and House of Commons
Articles for use of the " " "

Free Free

Free

Governor General. Foreign Consuls

Free Free
30

Alum
Ambergris

Amber Gum Ammonia, crude
Anatomical Preparations Anchors Augola Hair, unmanufactured Aniline Dyes, Salts or Crude Oils Animals ot all kinds not elsewhere specified

Free Free Free Free
20

General Artificial Flowers
Ashes, Pot, Pearl and Soda Atlases

Free
20 30 25 30 10
20

Axes
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

Free Free Free
20

Axles of
•'

all

;

Animals for the im[)rovement of stock. Under regulations to be made by the Treasury Board, and approved by the Governoriu Council Animals brought into Canada, temporarily, and for a period not exceeding
three months, for the purpose of exhibition or competition for prizes offered by any agricultural or other association. But a bond shall be first given in accordance with regulations to be prescribed bj the Minister of Customs, with the condition that the full duty to which

25
15

Free

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

Free 20 30 20

Bamboo, unmanufactured
Barilla or Kelp

Free Free Free
Free
per bush.
15

Barks,
in

Hemlock and

others, used chiefly

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

dyeing

Barley

Animals from Newfoundland Annatto, Liquid or Solid, and Seed
Anthracite Coal,per ton 2,000
lbs.,

Free Free Free
Free Free

Barrels, of

Canadian manufacture, exwith domestic petroleum

ported

filled

50

and returned empty, under such regulations as the Minister of Customs may
prescribe Bars, Brass, Tin, Copper " Iron, Rolled or Hammered

cts.

Free
10

Antimony
Antiquities (collections of)

in
12 J

Apparatus, Philosophical, for the use of Schools, Colleges, Scientific and Literary Societies, including Globes and
Pictorial Illustrations of Insects Apparatus for Stearing ships

Puddled Barytes unmanufactured BasKcts, Willow or Osier
"

"

Free
26 20 26

Free 20

other Bath Bricks

"

:

CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA.
Batting and Batts (see Cottons), not Bleached, Dyed or Colored, per lb., 2
Blaeching Powders Bluck Tin (see Tin) Blocks and Patent Bushes

231

Free
10

and Batting and Batts
ct3.

^5

20
l-^

(see Cottons), Bleached, I'er lb., 3 ct?. and Dyed or Colored Beans and Bead Ornaments (see Fancy (see Iron) or War[i3 (see Cottons)... per
2 cts.

15

Blooms and Billets (see Iron) Blue Black and Chine.se Blue Boiler and other Plates (see Iron)
Boijfrs (see Iron)

Free
12i

Goods) Beams, Iron
"

25

20
lb.,

Bolting Cloths
Bolts, Brass,

Free
10

Copper

and
,

15

"

Beans " Cocoa

Weigliing (see Iron) per bush

30
15 cts.

Free
25

Iron Bones, crude, not manufactured, calcined, ground or steamed Bone Crushers (and parts thereof)

"

30

Free
20 Free 25 20
15
10

Bedsteaiis. Iron (see Iron) Bed Ticking (see Cottons), per sq.
cts.

yd

,

2

and

15

Beer (see

«'

Ale), in bottles, 6 qts. or 12 pts. to imp. gal., per imp. gal., 18 cts.; I'kgs '' in casks or otherwise, per imp.
;

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.

20 20

15

pkgs Bells tor Churches Bells, and Bell .Metal, old, broken only fit for re-manufacture
gal., 10 cts.

Free

and
20

Advertising Pamphlets.perhd., SI Bibles, Prayer books, and Psalm

Belung, Duck for '' Leather for, tanned but not waxed (see Leather) " Leather
Benzoline (see Oils)
cts.
;

Free
15 25
20
" " "

and
British
of.

Hymn

books

Blank, bound or in sheets

5 25

Copyright Work, reprints
per
lb.,

6 cts.

and
20

per wine

"
gal., 6

Maps and Charts
Music, printed, bound or in sheets. per lb., 6 cts. Periodicals, and pamphlets imthe Post Office, ported through for every two ounces in weight, 1 ct. or fraction thereof

"

jikgs

Berries,

and other

Flowers Nuts, Plants, Veg-tables articles in a crude state, used exclusively in dyeing or in composing dyes, not otherwise provided for

Free
"
" 10

Berries as Fruit, not otherwise provided prqt. 2 cts for Bessemer Metal, as Steel (see Iron) Bibles Bi-carbonate of Potash " " Soda

Playing wards
Printed, lithographed, or copper or steel plate bill heads, cheques, receipts, drafts, jiosters, cards, commercial blank forms, labels of every de3cri[ition, advertising pictures, or pictorial show cards or bills

30

5 20

Free

Bichromate of Potash Billheads (see Books) Billiani Tables, without pockets, 4^ feet by 9 feet each, $22.50 and Billiard Tables, without pockets, 5 feet by
10 feet each, $25.00 and.. Billiard Tables, with pockets, 5^ feet by 11 feet each S35.00 and...' Billiard Tables, with pockets, 6 feet by each, $40.00 and 12 feet In addition thereto, each table to include 12 cues, 1 set of 4 balls, with markers, cloths, and cases, but no pool balls.

Free 30
"

30

Printed

10
10

10
10

periodicals and pamphlets, bound or in sheets, not being foreign reprints of British copyriorhl works, nor blank account 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 Netting for

Lamps (other than chief value) Biscuits Bismuth (see Paints) Bitters (see Liquors). ..per
Binnacle
is

when

Brass
20 20 5

25 15 20
10

Borax
Bort or Diamond Dust Botany, Speeimens of Bottles, Glass, Pressed " containing Wines, Liquors, &c Boxes, Musical (see Musical Instruments)

imp.
lbs.,

gal.,

$1.91);

[.kgs
'-

20

Bituminous Blackiug
"

oaL.per ton 2,000

50 cts. 25

Free Free Free 30
20

for Military

Free
Books)...
..

Blacklead

Blank Forms, Commercial (see
Blankets
Blasting
...per lb., 7^ cts.and

20 30 20

Powder

per

lb.,

3 cts.
15

Bleached Cottons, not stained, painted, &c. (see Cotton3)per sq. yd., 1 ct. and

Boxes Ornamental, Fancy and Writing Cases Bracelets, Braid, made of Hair Brads (see Iron) ~ Bran " from Newfoundland

25 20

30 20 20

2o2
Brandy

CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OP CANADA.
per imp.
ter,

(see Spirits) gal., $1.45; pkgs Bniss in bars Ijoiis Bras-, -Manutiictiires
'•

shackled, swivelled or
1)

not

(see
5

and sheets
not else-

20 10

Iro

of Biass where sp cihed

30
10

Old and Hcrap
Pins

" "
"

30
H' 10
10 10

Rods and Strips
Seamless Tubing, drawn
Tubinjjf, plain

Cables, Chains, Iron, not over 4 in " Hemp, &c., Ships' use.." " other Cambrics (see Cottons). Cameos (see Precious Stones) Canada Plates (see Iron) Camiles, Tallow'...... per lb., 2 '-ts. pkgs.
" "
Par.itliue

20
10

20
20 12^
2o"

"
" " "

and fancy,
flat

Wax
;

;

Wire, round or Wire Ch)th
tor the

20

per lb., 5 cts. pkgs all other (includiniT Sperm)
(see Confectionery)

20 25

and Tin Cuisp Slidt-s and Si-angles manufacture of Hoop Skirts.
.-

Candy Sugar
30

per

lb., 1 ct.

and
and

35

Breads tuffs Barley Beaus

Cane

Juice, Syrup, &c. (sec

Sugar)
lb.,
ct.

per bush., 15 cts. per bush., 15 cts. Buckwheat per bush 10 cts. Buckwht-at Meal or Flour per lb., 5Ct. per bnrrel, 40 cts. Cornmeal per bush., Tg cts. Indiau Com per lb., 5 ct. Uauneai per busli., 10 cts. Oats
,

f Canvas, for mnnufactureof I and Floor Cloth not under 45 in wide, not i)ressed

per

30

Canvas
"

or calendered (for Ships)
(see Cottons)

Free
5

20

Peas
Rice Rice Flour

i)er

bush., lo cts.

Caoutchouc, unmanufactured Capers Caps and Cartridges Caps, Hats and Bonnets
Carb'iys (see Glass) "arbolic or Heavy Oil (see Oils) Card Clothing, Machine Cards, I'lnying •' Printed, &c (see Books) Carnelian or Cornelian, unmanufactured Carjienters' Tools Carpets, treble ingrain, three-))ly and

Free
20 20 25 30
10 25 30 30

Rye Rye Flour Sago Flour
Wlieat

Wheat Flour
Bricks, Building " Fire

per lb., 1 ct. per lb., 2 cts. per bush.. Hi cts. per barrel, 50 cts. per lb, 2 cts. per busli., 15 c's. per barrel, 50 cts.
20 20

Free
30

Brim Moulds for Gold Beaters Brimstone, crude. Roll or FLiur Bristles and Hogs' Hair of all kinds Britannia Ware
Britisii

Free Free Free
30

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.,

Gum

Bromine
Bronze, Phospl:or, blocks, bars, sheets and wire

Free Free
10

Bronze Ornaments

20

5 cts.

and

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.
,

Free
25

" "

not otherwise specified Jute

20 20 20

Free

Carpet Bags (see Trunks) Carriages, Cars, Railway Carriages, Waijgons, Sleighs, and Wheelbarrows " Travellers', and carriages laden with merchandise and not to include circus troops nor hawkers.

25

30

Under regulations
b}'

prescribed
20
"

the

to be Minister of

Silver

Buniing, for Slii|is' use Burr Stones, in blocks, rough or uninaiiufacttired and not bound up into
Millstones

Free
ball

Customs Car Wheels
tilled

Free
25

Cartridges (paper),
20

with shot or
20 35

Busts

Burgundy Pilch Burland Cement
Butter Buttons,
per
all
lb.,

Free Free
4 cts.
;

CasketSi Undertakers (see Furniture) Casks, Canadian manufactured (see Barrels)

Free
25 25 20
|)er lb.,

pkgs.

kinds

Butts, Iron (see Iron)

Cabinetmakers' Tools Cabineiware (see Furniture) Cabinets of Coins, Medals and
Collections of Antiquities Cables, Chains, Iron, over ^

20 20 25 20 30 35

Casks, all other Cassia, ground " unground

Cassimere
7i cts.
;

and

20 20 25

all

other

Free
in. in

diame-

CastileSoap per lb., 2 cts pkgs. Castings (see Iron) Casts, as models for use of Schools of Design

Free

:

CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA.
Jatgut, unmanufactured " Strings for Musical Instruments

233

Free Free
20

Cod Liver
"
Oil,

Oil,

Medicated from Newfoundland

20

Free

Datsup
Cattle (see Animals). Cement, raw or in stone from quarry per ton of la cub. ft., Si

Coffee, Raw or Green per lb., 2 cts. Coffee, Roasted or Ground, and all substitutions or imitations. ..per lb., 3 cts.

Cement, burnt but unground
per 100
lbs.,

7i cts.

"

(H^-draulic) ground, iucludingbarper bbl.,40 cts. rels.

Coffee from U. S., extra ad val. duty of... C othn Trimmisigs of Metal (see Iron) Coffins Coins, Gold or Silver (except D. S. Silver

10

30 35

Coin)
20
"

Free

" Portland or Roman " in bult or bags per bush., 9 Chaff Cutter-!, pans thereof Chains isei' Cables).
Chairs, Railway (see Iron)

Silver of

U.S

20

cts.

CoirandCoir Yarn Coke per ton
Ilk Free

Free Free
10

Chalk and

Ulift'stone,

unmanufactured...

Champagne
Charts
(see

(see Wines).

Chamomile Flowers
Chandeliers, Girondoles and Gasfitting..

Fr-e 30
20
15 20
15

2,000 lbs., 50 cts. Colcother, Dry, or Oxide of Iron Collar Cloth, rim on (in paper) Collars, Paper Cologne Water, in bottles or flasks, not weighing more than 4 ozs

25

40

Books)

Checked and Striped Shirting
'Cheese
per sq. 3d., 2 cts. and 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. per lb., 3 cts. Chicory, Raw or Green " or other root or vegetable used as a substitute for coffee, roasted or ...per lb., 4 cts. ground China and Porcelain Ware of Lime Chloride Chocolate, not sweetened " containing Sugar.per lb., I ct. and

Cologne Water, in all other packages, weighing over 4 ounces perimp. gal,, $1.90 and
;

30

25

Bi-chromate of Potash. Colors, viz. Blue, Black, Chinese Blue, Lakes, Coutille, Scarlet and marine in pulp, Paris Green, Prussian Blue, Satin and tine Washed White, Ultramarine, Umber,
:

raw
Commissariat Stores

Communion
20

Free
20 25 20

Plate Compasses, Ships' (Brass manufactured) Composition Nails and Spikes and Sheathing Nails Confectionery (see Sugar) per lb., 1 ct. and

Free Free Free
3'J

20 35 Free

Church Vestments Churns
Cicuta,

Copperas Copyright Works (see Books)
per
lb.,

25

6 cts.

and

Conium

or

Hemlock Seed and
Free
20

m
10 20

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,

20 25 20

Copper, viz. " Bars, rods, bolts, ingots, sheets, and sheathing, not planished or coated.. " Cap-" and Cartridges " Manufactures of Copper not else" "

Free
20

where specified Old and scrap

30
10

"

unmanufactured Clocks and parts thereof
Clothing (donations ofj
Institutions

Free Free
35

or

for for

charitable

Army and
Free
30

Navy
"
"

Cotton (see Cottons; Woollen

Pigs Rivets and buri^ Tubing and Piping, seamless drawn " Wire, round or flat " " Cloth Copper, Suh-acetate of, dry Cordage, for ship purposes Cordage, all other purposes per imp. Cordials (see Spirits)
" "
gal., .'51.90.
;

10

30
10

10 20

Free
10 20

per lb., 10 cts. and per lb., 7i cts. and Cloths Woollens 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

pkgs

20

30 30

Cork, Bark and Wood, unmanufactured Corks, and other manufactures of Cork-

20 Free
20 25

wood
Corn Huskers
per bush., 7i Indian Corsets (see Cottons)
.".

"

cts.

10 20

30

Cotton Seed Cake
Cotton, not stained, painted or printed
"
:

Free
"|

Free Free Free
20

"
" " "

Bleached Canton Flannel
Drills

|

I

per sq. yd.,
1

Ducks
Grey or unbleached...
Sheetings
Di/ed or colored
:

[-

ct.,

and

15

"

"

per lb., 1 ct. and dessicated, sweetened per lb., 1 ct. and

25 35

|

"

J

"

231

CUST03IS TARIFF

FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA,
Cotton, All other manufactures
"
of,

Beams Bed Tickings
Canton- Flannel

1

includi ng.
.

Jacconet,

persq. yd.,
2 cts.,
!
I

Rolled

"

Denims
Drillings Drills

aud

15

Lawn. Checked, Bishops, Cambric, Victoria Lens and all printed Muslin Muslin, Book, Lace Oilcloth for table Covers.. Parasols, Dmhrellas, Pique, Printed Cottons, Skirtings, Scarfs and Ties, Prints (furniture and plain)
j

"
"

Ducks Gingbams
Jeans Cottonades Pantaloon
Plaids

\

20

j

|

" "

j

|

J

Stuffs..

|

.

I

'

per sq. yd.,
2 cts.,

j
.

"

On

all

goods of

like

(

and

Sheets and Silesias
Tarlatin, Tassels, Towels

15

"
"

descri[)tion Reg.Utas, viz.:

\

j

Oxfor

I

Stripes

aud Checks, Jeans, Harvard Shirtings and checked Winceys composed wholly of Cotton, per sq. yd., 2 cts., and Aof birachtd, (hied or colored:
Battiig
I

Velvet and Velvet Ribbon and Vel ve teen V

20

" " "
"
'•

Wigan (Glove dow Line
"

finished),

Win[

\
i

Sewing thread on spools
in

15

hanks

12^

Batts Car^iet Warps... Waddings ings

I

Seed cake " meal All manufactures of cotton not
,

Free Free
20
20 20 20

! I

WnrTW Warps

:

elsewhere specified Cranks, Mill, Wrouj.ht Iron (See Iron)...
"

Yarns under 40,
not blfa;;hed, dyed, or colored,
}

Steamboat
all

'•

'

per

lb.,

2 cts.

and 15

Crapes of

kinds and Colors Cream of Tartar in crystals

Free
Free
F'ree

Crockerywure

(see Earthenware).

Yarns not
Hosiery Knitting

elsewiiere specified

Cubric. Nitre, or Nitrate of Soda

Cudbear
j j

J

ifble;fched, dyed, or colored per lb . 3 cts and
,

15
ct.,

Warp on beams
and

per yd.,
lb.,

1

15
2
cts.,

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)

20

Seamless bags... per and

Cutlery
15

Dandelion Roots (see Chicory).
Dates (see DriedFruits)

Shirts a;id drawers, woven or made on frames, and on all

Dead Eyes (Ships)
30
*'

cotton ho.'iery

Lights "

25 30
25

Duck on Canvas,
sails

of

Hemp

or

Flax and Sail Twine, whon to be used for b lats' and ships'
5
]

" Deck Plugs Demijohns (see Ghiss)

30

Denims,

J:c. (see

Cotto:l^).

Clothing, or of whicli cotton is the com|)riue:U part of chief value, including Collars, Cutis and Shirts com:

Diamond Dust or Bort Diamonds, uncut, including black
b
jrers

Free
for

Free
20

j

|

posed of Linen aud Cotton Corsets Dres>es or Skirts of Cotton, Linen or Silk Gloves, Cotton woven or knitted Shirt Fronts

!

30

Dice, Ivor^- or Bone Dolls Donations of Clothing for distribution by Charitable Institutions Drafts (see Books)

20

Free
30

Underclothing,
Cliildieii's

Ladies'

and
:

Dragon's Blood Drain Pipes and Sewer Pjpes, glazed or uiglazed Drain Tiles Drawings and Chromos
Dried Fruit (see Fruits).
Drillings

Free
20 20
20

All ottiT miniifaclures oj, including Bed Lace, Boot and Stay ] Lacts, Boot Web Braces, Baids, Brilliants...' Cambric-', Carpet Bindings, Cashmere, Cord Hair, Cord
j
j i

and Ducks, dyed or colored
15 15

Web

(Elastic)
J|

20

(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)

20

Free
20 Free

(kiiowu as Swiss, Nottingham or Lace, «c.) Damasks, Diapers
Curtains
Handkerciiiefs, and cloth

per
| j

lb,,

5

cts.,

and

Huck

in pieces
j

Duck, for Belting or Hose Dyeing or Tanning Articles for tlyeing and tanning onlj' in a crude state, not
otherwise specified

j

Free

CtrsTOMS TARIFF FOR

THE DOMINION OP CANADA.
Felt, Endless,
for

235

Dynamite (see Gunpowder)
per
Eiirtlis.
lb.,

Paper makers, when
10 10

5 cts

,

and

20

Clays and Sands Earthenware and Stoneware, viz., brown or colored and lluckinghani Ware
Earthenware, white j^ranite or ironstone ware and " C " or cre;im colored ware Edfre Tools Under Effects. Personal or Bagsage. regulation prescribed by law
Effects, Settlers'.

Free
" 25 30 30
"

im]iorted by manufacturers for use in factory

Glove Lining Hats, Cai)S and Bonnets
Rooling

"

Fertilizers

25 20 Free

Fermented Liquors (see Ale and Beer). Fibre. .Mexican and Vegetable, for manufacturing purposes
Fibrilia Figs (see Dried Fruits)

Free
Free Free
20

Under regulation

pre-

scribed

bylaw

Eggs
Elastic Bands, Cotton ' " Silk Electio-plated and Gilt Ware, all kinds.. " Types and Stereoty|)es of Stan-

Filberts (see Nuts) Fire Arms when from U.

Free Free 25 20
,

30 30
10

"
"

S entry to be duly authorized Brick or Tiles for lining stoves or furnaces
Clay

20 20

dard Books
"

Free

"

for

Commercial Blanks and
20
piirijoses.

Advertisements
Electrotype Blocks for printers' Em- tic, Tartar

10

Emery
'•

Fr.e Free
20
(see
;...

Endless

Paper and Cloth Felt for Paper

Extinguishers, according to com[>i)neni part chief value. Fish Bait '* Fresh, salted, or smoked, exce|tt fish free ot duty as provided by the Treaty of Washi igton.per lb', I ct.
"

"

Free

makers

From Newfoundland

...

Free
2i}

W^)olle.is)

10

"

Engravings and Prints
Engines, Axles for
" " "

2)
2.")

"

Glue or Isiugltiss Hooks, Net and Seines, and Lines and Twines for the use of the fisheries,

Car Wheels Cranks and Crank Axles Crank Pms and Connecting Rods
Hoo[) Iron, for tires of wheels bent and welded

25 20

but

tiot to

include sporting

20
12^

"

"
'•

Locomotive Frames
Locom<itives

"

"
"
" "

UthrStt-am
Piston Rods, Guide and Slide Birs

25 25 25

fishing tackle or hooks with flies or trolling suoons Oil and Fish of all kinds, the pioduce 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;.... Plates (see Iron) Plates (Steel) (after 1st May, 18-^1, 10 per cent)

Free

"
"

Free 17^

Steam

Fire
Fire,

20 25
25

Free
20 20
.30

Locomotive,
other Steam

Stationary

and

Fish, Preserved in Od Fishing Tackle, S|ioriing Fixtures, Gas, Coal Oil or Kerosene

Entotnology, Specimens of Envelopes (see Papei) Esparto, or Spanish Grass, and other grasses and pulp of, for tlie mannfacture of paper Essences, viz., of apple, pear, pineapple, raspterry, strawberry, vanilU, and other fruits containing Spirits per imp. gul., §1.90 and Essences, other Essential OilSjfor manufacturing purposes
Excelsior for upholsterers' use Extracts mixed with strong spirits or per imp. gal., §1-90 pkgs. waters Eyelets, brass Machinery, except for Factory and .\'ill
;

Free
25

Flannels Flasks (see Glass) Flax Fibre, scutched
"
"'

per

lb.,

7^ cts.
"

and

20

M
25

per

lb., 1 ct.

Free

"

Hackled Seed Seed Oil

per lb., 2 per hush., 10

crs.
cis.

"
20 20 20
" "

Tow

ot,

scutched or

green..-.
lb., 5

Tow

per and Hemp, undressed

ci
i'ree
!

Waste

20
20

Flies, Hooks with, S[)orting " Spanish or Cantharides

Flints and Gr.iund Flintstones Flonr, Buckwheat perlb.,^
•'

ree _0 .0 'ree

(

.

3a

Rice

perlb, 2c
per
brl.,

"
" 25
" "
" " "

Cotton and Worsted Mills (see Machinery)

Rye Sago Wheat
Sul|ihur

50 c.c:,-.

-per lb., 2

perbbl. 50cN.

Fancy

Goods, according to componeut

Free
;;o

part of chief value.

Flowers, Ariiticial

Farming Implements (see Iron and Steel) Farina (see S arch). .per lb., 2 cts., pkgs.
Feathers, Usirichand Vulture, undres-ed " " " dressed..

Chamomile
Nitiural

Free
-JO

20
15

Seeds, in bulk or large
"
•'

jiarcels....

15

Felloes (see Hubs) Felt, Adhesive, for sheathing vessels " Cloth of every uescription per lb., 7^ cts., and " Boots and Shoes

25 20

"

sm

ill

parcels....

Jo

Free
15 15

Flutes (see .Musical Instruments). Foil, Gold and Silver
Folioe digitalis

Free Jree
20

Forgings tor Mills or Locomotives (set
Iron;

:

:

236

CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OP CANADA.
&c
30

Forks, Hay, Manure, Freestone, dressed
"

20
15

rougb (lerton 13 cb. f'., $1 French Kids (see Leather) Frog Points, and Frogs, Railway (see
Iron)

Fruit Jars (see Glass) Fruits, Dried, Apples Fruits, currants, dates,

3j
i)er lb., 2 cts.
tigs,

Glass, and manufactures of, viz " All other Glass and manufactures of Glass, not herein otherwise provide for " Carboys and demijohns, on pressed bottles, Hasks a id phial- of every description, on telegraph and light:

1

20

ning-rod insulator.s, and on fruit
jars

pruues, raisins, and all

plums, other iioi
25

"

Common and

elsewhere specitied
"

per barrel, 40 cts. Blackberries, goost-berries, raspberries, and strawberries per quart, 2 cts.

Green Apples

and glass balls colorless window glass, and on colored gliss not figured, painted, enamelled or e iI

30

Cherries and currants ...per qt., 1 ct. Cranberries, plums andquincrs. per bush., 30 cts. per pound, 1 ct. Grapes per bushel, 40 cts. Peaches

graved Laiu and gas-liglit shades, lamps and lamp-chimneys, globes for lanterns, lamps and gas-lights Glass, Ornamental, figured ami enamelled staineil glass, and stained, linted,
"
painted

20

30

and

viiritied

glass,

and
30 20 20

" 20
"

Oranges and lemons
In air-tig.it Cans, including Cans, per lb., 3 cts. if sweetened, " per lb., 2 cts. If not sweetened " Preserved in brandv or other spirits per ira|i. gil .'51.90 pkgs. Furniture, House, Cabinet, or UtSre, including hair and spring matiresses, show cases, caskets anil coffins of any material " (see Iron) Fur Skins, dressed
,

stained gLiss windows, figured, enamelled and obscuied white glass.. Paper and Cloth (sec Sand Paper)

Ware

"

Globes, imported for use of Schools, Col-

Gleges ami Lit. Soc Gloves and Mits of Leather
" 20
"

Free
25
for.

Felt, for lining

;

Pr iinella and Cotton Netting
Fish

Glue
" "

10 10 20

Stock
lb.,

Free Free
10 cts a id

35
25 15

Glycerine, .Vitro (see Gunpowder;. ...per
20

"

undressed
viz.,

Free

Furs,

caps, bats, mutfs, tippets, capes, coals, cloaks, and other manufactures of fur " Halters', not on the skin Fusel Oil (see Alcohol)

Goat Hair (see Hair), uninanutaciured... Gold Bullion and Oust Gold-beaters' Leaf " Moulds and Skin
Gold, Manufacture^ of (see Jewellery)....

Free Free
20

Free
20

25

Free
20 12^
15

Galranized Iron
'•

"

per imp. gal., ^^1.90 (see Iron) Wire (see Iron)

;

pkgs.

Gambia or Gambier Gamboge Gum
Gannister, ground, mixed with hre clay
(see Fire Clay)

Free Free
20 25 20 30

' 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 Plaits

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.

Gravel Grease and Greasf Scrap, for manufacture of Snap only " Axle Grey Cottons (see Cottons) per sq.
yd.,
1 c.

Free Free Free

Free
20
15

and
ft.

30 25 20 20

Grindstones (see Stone), in the rough per
ton 13c.
"

Guano and
Gums,
"

dressed other Animal and Vegetable

$1.50 25

Gentian Root

German
"

Silver, Manufactures of Albaia or Argentine Giant Powder (see Gunpowder)... per
,

Free Free 30
20

lb.,

Manure VIZ., Amber, Arabic, Australian, British, (^opal, Damar, Mastic, Sandarac, Shellac, and Tragacanth Arabic, Chewing, and others not
specified

Free

Free
20

5 cts. and and Electro-plated Wans, all kinds. Geneva and Old Tom (see Spirits). Ginger, unground (see Spices) " do ground «' Ale

20 30 20 25

Gunny Bags
Cloth

Gilt Gin,

Free Free

Gunpowder and
20
15

Ginghams

(see Cottons)

per sq. yd., 2
CIS.

other explosives, viz. " Blasting and mining powder. ..per lb. 3 cts. " Canister powder, in pound and half poimd tins per lb., 15 cts.

and

"

Canon and musket powder,
and barrels

in

kegs

Ginseng Root

Free

perlb.,4c.

:

CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA.
Gunpowder and
other explosives,
viz.

137

:

" Giant powder, dualin, dynamite, and other exiilosivcs, of which nitroglycerine is a constituent part,
per
lb.,

5

ct.s.

a'id

20

Gunpowder, Gun,

sporting powder, in kegs, half keor.s^ cr quarter kegs, and other similar packper lb., 5 cts. ages " Nitro-glycerine per lb., 10 cts and
rifle,

and

Hose and Tubing Leather (see Leather). Hosiery, Yarn or other Cotton Yarn und r No. lO. not bleaclied, dyed or colored per lb 2 cts aid Hosiery, or if bleached, dyed or colored. l>er lb, 3 cis. and
,

25

15 15

"

all

other

'.

Househol'l Fuiiiiiiire see Furniture)
20 20

Guns Gut and Worm Gut, manufacMired or
not, for \Vhii>and other

Hubs atid Spokes for Wh' els (see Wood). Hungarian Nails (see Iron) Hydraulic Cement or waterlime, including barrels (-ee Cements)
per bbl., 40 cts.

30 35 20 30

Cord

Cord, for .Musical Instruments Gutta Percha, crude
•'

"

Free Free Free
25

Hyoscyamus
Ice

or

Henbane Leaf

Free Free
25
15

.Manufactures of (see India

Rubber)

Gypsum, Sulphate of Lime, crude or ungro'ind " ground (see Pla.'^ter of Paris) Hair, Angola, Buffalo and Hison, Camels,

Free
20

"

Goat, Hog, Hor.se, and Human, not cleaned or uncleaneii, but curled or otherwise manufactured.. Curled

Free
20

" "
"
"

Cloth
Manufrtftures of Mattresses
Oil
(see Meats).. per
;

20 20 35 30
20

Implements, A<jricul ural, unless other" wis- specified Bookbinders Indian Henii), crude (drug) India Rubber Boots an .Shoes, and other mauiifacriires of. including Apr' ns. Carriage Covers, Cloaks (ladie^'), Coats, Hiirse Covers, Leggings, and Waterproof Clothing India Rubber, uiima n.factured Indian Com per bushel, 7i cts. Indigo
i

Free

25 Free

Inks, Writi ig " Pri Iters

Free 25 20
30

Hams, Dried or ISmoked
Handbills or

Instruments and Apjjar
Music^'l Instrument.--)

itus.

Musical (see
for

Show

I'kgs. lb., 2 cts Bills (see Books) ...

30 Free 25 30

Instrume-^ts

and Aiiparatus,

Army
Free
30

Handles
"

for

Umbrellas,

(see

Bamboo

Reeds) Tool (see Manufiictures of Wood) Hanging Paper

and Navy Insulators, Lightning Rod and Telegraph
(see Glass)...

Hardware
"

(see Iron). viz. builders, cabinetmakers, upholsterers, carriage-makers, saddli'rs. and undertakers, inc uding
:

Inventions, .Models of (provided tliat no article so ileemed shall be fitted for use) Iodine
;

Free
20 20

Ipecac. Iris or Oris Root
30 30 30 30 25
Iron, aud manufactures of, viz. " A.xles

Free
25

trimmings of meial Harmoniums (see Organs) Harness (see Saddlery) Hatchets (see Steel) Hats, Ca[>s and Bonnets
coffin

"
"

Band and Hoot. Bars, ridled or hammered, inc'udi ig Flats. Rounds and Square-, Nail
ami Spike Rods, and all other Iron not otherwise nrovided for... Bars or Billets, puddled Bedsteails and other Iron Furniture atid Ornatnenlal Iron Work
Boih-r Plates
Bolts, Washers, and Rivets Bridge and structural Iron Work, malleable Iron Castings and Iron Safes and Doors for Safes and Vaults

12J

Hatters' Fur, not on the skin Hatters' Plush, of Silk or Cotton

Free
10 20 20
10
"

17^

Hay and Straw
"
'•

lij 25 12j 30

from Newfoundland

" "

Heavy

or Carbolic Oil (see Oil) Hellebore Root Hemlock Bark, Leaf or Seed Hemp, Indian, crude (drug) " undressed

20

Henbane Leaf Hides, raw or nncured, whether
salted or pickled

Free Free Free Free
dry,

"
"

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)
;

Free 30
25 20

"
" "
"

Canada Plates Car Wheels
Ca-stings

25 12^ 25 25

Free 20 30

" "
"

Free
20 20 30

m

Horse Hair, unmanufactured

Free

Cables over half an inch in diameter, whether shackled, or swivelled, or not Composition Nails and Spikes and Sheathing Nails Gas, Water and Soil Pipes of Cast Iron Hardware, viz. builders', cabinetmakers', upholsterers', carriagemakers', saddlers', and und'Ttakers', including coffin trimmings of metal
:

Cham

5 20 25

30

238

CITST03IS

TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA.
33

Iron, Horse Shoes and Horse Shoe Nails.. " Iroa and Steel Screws, commonly called wood ^cre^vs " Iron and Steel Wire, and Galvanized " Locomotive Engines and on Stationary, Fire or other Steam Engines and Boilers, and on other machinery composed wholly or in part ot Iron '' Locomotive Tyres of Steel or Bessemei- Steel in the roujih '• Masts fur Ships, or parts of ' Mill Irons and Mill Cranks, and on Wrought Forgings for Mills and thereof, Locomotives, or parts weighing 25 pounds cr more " Muck

35
15

25
10

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.

Free Free
Free
20 Free
20

I

Free
20 20

;

Free

Knees, Riders, Ship's (see Iron) Knife Blades or Kuite Blanks in the rough, unhandled, for use by Electroplaters

10

20 12i

Knitting Yarns Knives (see Cutlery and Steel)
Kryolite Labels (see Books) Lac, dye, crude, seed, button, stick
shell

20

Free
30

Iron Nails

"
"
•'

and Spikes, wrought and pressed, whether galvunizedor not per lb., 5 ct. and Nails and Spikes, Cut
jier lb.,

and
Free

10
10 10

"
" "

"
"

and per lb., ct. and Nuts. Old and Scrap-per ton, 2,240 lbs $2 Pig per ton, 2,240 lbs., ^2 Rails or Railway Bars for railways or tramways Railway Fish-plates, Frogs, Frogpoints, Chairs and Finger-bars Rolled Beams, Channels and Angle and T Iron
5
1

ct.

,

Lace, Cotton component part chief value. " '' " " Silk Lakes, Scarlet and Maroon, in pulp (see Colors)

20 30

Free
20

Lampblack Lamp, Lamp Shade and Lamp Chimneys
15
17^
15
10

(see Glass)

Lard
" "

oil (.-ee

Oils)

30 20
lb., 2 cts.
;

tried or

rendered per

i>kgs.

untried

per

lb.,

Ih
".

ct..

"
"

Roiled, rtiimd, wire rods in coils, under half an inth in diameter Seamless Drawn Boiler Tubing

Laudanum
10

20 20 20

"
"

Scales,Balances and Weighing Beams Sewing Machines, who e, or on heads or parts of heads $2 each and

30 20

Lava, unmannfflctured Lead, Old and Sciaj), and on Pigs, Bars, Blocks and Sheets

Free
10

Sheet, Smoothed or Fulished, Coated or Galvanized and Common or Black, number seventeen giiage or thinner " Skates and Locks of all kinds " Slabs. Blooms, Loops or Billets (puddled or not) " Stoves and other Castings '' Tacks, Brads, and Sprigs, Hungarian and Clout Nails " Tin Plates " Tinned, Glazed, or Enamelled Hollowware of Cast or Wrought Iron.. " Wire Nails, called " Points de Paris " " Wire Work (of all kinds) Iron, Dry Oxide Iron Stone Ware Isinglass, or Fish Glue Istle, or Tampico Fibre Ivory and Ivory Nuts, unmanufactured...
"

121

3

i

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...
"
"

20 5 20

Free
20

12^
-5

30
10 25 30 30
"

" "

per lb., 3 cts. Board Boot and Shoe C'lunters made Leather board per pr., 4 ct. from Boots and Shoes and other manuand on factures Leather of Leather Belling Dressed and wa.X' d Japanned, Patent or Enamelled

20 20
10

Free 30
20

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

Free Free
20 20

"

"

and Bone Dice Bone, Pearl and Horn, manufactured Veneer, sawn only, not jdaned or
,

15
10

Kid
"
Sole, tanned, but

rough or uudressed

poli-:lied

Jalap Root

Free Free
spe-

" Dressed and Wa.xed ' Leaves, Biichu

"

20

Leeches

Free Free
20
brine
for

Japanned Wares (unless otherwise
cified)

Lemons
25 30

(see

Green Fruit)
Peel, in

Lemon and Lemon
candying

Jars (see Glassware) Jeans (see Cottons). Jewellery, and other nianufnctures

FrS
Free 30
20
20

of 20

Gold and Silver, and on Watches
Joss Stick or Josslight Juniper Berries

Free Free

Lichens, ju-epared or not prej'ared Lightning Rod Insulators (see Glass)... per wine Lignite (see Oil) pkgs. gal., 6 cts. Lithographic Stones (not Engraved)
;

;

:

CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OP CANADA.
Lime, Sulphate of, or Gypsum Limestone, Water or Cement Stone
per ton 13
Linen-,
" "
nil
c.

239

Free
......

Machinery, Models of (which cannot be
fitted for use)

Free
'

ft.,

SI

"

for

Worsted or Cotton Mills of
Free
25 25 25

manufactures

of,

unless other"

wise s])ecified Collars
Cloiliiup:,

not kinds wlintsoever all manufiictured in Canada all other not elsewhere; specified

Ready-made, or Wearing Apparel, including Guffs, Sliirt Fronts, Shirts composed of Limn and (!ottoii

Gloves " Rags Lines and Twines, Fishing,
"
" "

"

30 20 Free

Machine Card Clo hing " Utien Thread (see Cottons ) " Twist and Silk Twist Madder and Mnnjeet, or Indian Madder, ground or ])repared, and all Extraets of.
i>er busli., 7i cis. Maize (Indian) Malt per lb., 2 cts.; pkgs. .Manganese, Oxide or Ore of Manilla Grass .Manufactures, all, in whole or in part not elsewhere spe.ified

Free
20 20

for fisheiies..

Free
20

sporting

Linseed Cake (Oil Cake) " Meal " Gil, raw or boiled (see Oils) Linseed (see Seeds) per Imp. gal. Liqueurs (see Spirits)
^l.y"; pkgs.

Free Free
25 20 20

Free
20 30
30

" "

Brass

Cojper

Liquorice Root
•'

"

Juice, Paste
i)er


Imp.
gal., $1.9f)

Free
20 20

Liquors (see Spirits).

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

Free
30 Free
20

Manufactures, Cork " Cotton " Tin " German Silver " Glass " Grass
" "

20
20 25 30 20 20 20 25 20 20 25 25 25
20 25 20 25 25

Hair
India Rubber Iron
Jute..

"
"

"
" "

Lead
Leather Marble Metals not enumerated or elsewhere provided for.....

Free
30 25

Locks (see Irou) Locomotive Axles
"
Cat- Wlieels

......

" "
•'

(see Iron) "

"
"

Cranks and Crank
Axles
"
20

Paper
Steel

Crank
Frames

Pins

and
"

" "

Tin

"
"

Connecting Rods. Engines

"
"

"
" '

Hoop
and

Iron for Pi.stoii rods; Guide
Slide Bars...

"

20 25 20 12^
20

Wood

Manures, Vegetable and other Maps, Charts and Atlases (see Books) " Imported for use of Schools, Colleges, Scientific or Literary Societies...

Free
20

Free

"

Marble, viz.

:

Steel for tires of wheels, &c.

Free (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 circumstances in the United Slates, under regulations to be prescribed by the Free Minister of Customs

Finished Marble, and on all manufactures of .Marble not elsewhere specified

25

Marble blocks and slabs, sawn on more than two sides 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 ... Slabs sawn on not more than two
sides

20

10

15

MasticGum
Masts, Ships', or parts of (see Iron)

Logs and round unma

nifiictured Timber,
foi'

not elsewhere provided Logwood, Extract of

Free
20 12^

Matches
Mattrasges, Hair Springs per brl, 40 cts. Meal. Corn '• per lb., ^ c. Oat ". " Palm
;

Loops (^jee Iron) Lumber, plank ai,d boards, sawn, of boxwood, cherry, chesnut, hickory, mahogany, 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

;

pkgs. pkgs.

20 Free 20 35 20
20

Free
Sides,

Meats, viz.

Bacon.
Free
20 20 20

Hams, Shoulders and
lb., 2cts.
;

fresh, salted, dried or

smoked. .[)er
pkgs.
20

"

fresh or salted, on actual

weight

as

received in Canada (except Hams, Bacons, Shoulders and

Mace

Sides.)

per

lb., 1 ct.

;

pkgs.

20


240
:

;

CrsTOMS TAKIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA.
Nails " "
"

Meats, Tiz All other dried or smoked meats, or meats preserved in any other waj' thau salted or jiickled, DOt otherwise per lb, 2 cts- pkg3. specified Medals (Gold, Silver or Copper) Medicinal roots, unless otherwise speci:

— Brass

...

Composition Clout
Gold. Silver, and German SilTer.„ Horse-shoe

20

"

30 20 30 30 30

Free
20

"
" "

Hungarian Iron, Cut
"

30
per
lb., ^ ct. and Pressed, Galper lb., 3 ct.and

10

fied

Wrought and

Medicines, Patent (see Proprietary Medicines).

vanized or not

10

Meerschaum (crude or raw) elado, ConcenMelado, Concentrated trated Cane Juice, Concentrated Molasses, Concentrated Beet Root Juice per lb., j ct. and and Concrete
.N

Free

" Rods (see Iron) " Slieathing N'aptba (see Oils) per wine gal., 6

20
cts.

pkgs
30
Natron, as Soda Ash Natural Hi.^tory, Specimens of

Menjigeries, horses, cattle, can'iages and harnesses of, under regulations to be prescribed by thf .Minister of Customs.. Mercury or Quick S Iver Merinos (see Manufactures of Woollen

Naval and Military Stores Neat's Foot Oil (see Oils)
Free 20
Nets, Fishing not for Sporting) " Sporting and other

20 Free Free Free
20

Free
20

Newspapers by Mail
Nickel
10
Nibs, Cocoa Nitric Acid (see Acids) Nitercubic as Nitrate of Nitre (see Sidtpetie) Nitre Benzole (see Oils)

and CottonsJ.
Metal Type Meial, Yellow Sheathing Mica
in

Free Free Free
20

R^rs, Blocks,

and for
Free
20 20 20

Soda

Free
20
;

Mill Iron and Mill Cranks Millstones

« (see Iron)

Free Mineralogy, Specimens of. 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 imported 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 15 and production " when not .mported direct from the country of jirowth and production 20 Morocco Skins, tanned, but rough or un10 dressed (see Leather) " " undressed (see Skins) Free 20 Mosaics (see Precious Stones) Free Moss, Icehind and other Mosses, crude " Seaweed and all other Vegetable Snbatances used for beds and .Mattre.-sfcs,in ti.eir natural state or only Fre cleaned Free Moulds, Brim, for Gold beaters " of Inventions and other Impruvements 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 Musket-: Mustard Seed, ungronnd " ground

per wine gal., 6 cts. pkgs. Nitro-Glycerine per lb., 10 cts. and Nutgalls

20 20

Free
25

Nutmegs
Nuts, all kinds (not elsewhere provided
for) , " Cocoa

20 per 100, $1 Ivory Free " used in Dyeing (see Berries) Free " Wrought Iron per lb., 1 ct.and 10 Nux Vomiea 20 Oak Bark Free
"

Oakum
Oatmeal
Oats
(see Breadsiuffs)
:

Free
20

Ochres,

per lb., 5 ct. pkgs per bush., 10 cts. ground, or unaround, washed or unwashed, not calcined

Dry,

Office Furniture

10 35

Oil Cake " Meal

-

Free Free
30 20 20

" 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.
:

Free

"

Carbolic or Heavy Oil, used in making wooden block pavement, for treating wood for building and railway ties

10

"

Coal and Kerosene, distilled, ))uritied or refined, Naptha, Benzole and Petroleum, products of Petroleum, Coal Shale and Lignite, not elsewhere specified, per wine gal.. Gets. ;
pkgs.
" Cocoanut, crude " Cod Liver, medicated " Fi>h, from Newfoundland

Free
20 15

20

Free
20

Myrrh, Gum Nails :-^
"
all other

25 20
20

Free
20
boiled_.

" Lard
" Linseed or Flaxseed, " Neat's Fool

raw or

25 20


CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA.
241

Oils, viz

:

Palm Nut Cake
20 Free

" Olive or Salad " Palm, crude " Seal, from Newfoundland " Sesame Seed
"

Meal Pamphlets, Advertising (see Books)
"
"

"

"

Free Free

Free
20 20 20

Sperm

Books) through Post
(see

per 100, SI per lb., 6 cts.
Office (see Books) ...per 2 oz., 1 ct.

" Vegetable, not otherwise specified... " Volatile or Essential (not otherwise
specified)

Pantaloon
20

"

Whale
and

in in

casks from on shipboard, the condition it was first

landed
"

Free
20

Of

except Whale Oils and others, elsewhere specified
all kinds,

Old

Tom
"

Gin (see

Spirits)
;

per Imp. ga!., §1.32 J

pkgs.

Opium, Drug
prepared for Smoking
;

20 20

Stuflfs, Dressed or Colored (see per sq. yd., 2 cts. and Cottons) Papers, Xews, by Mail Paper, all otherkinds not provided for.... Paper, Calendered " Clippings of " Envelopes " Glass and Glass Cloths " Hangings or Wall Paper " Manufactures of, not elsewhere

15

Free
20

22^ Free 25
20 30

provided for
20 20
" "
Mill Board, not

25

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 provided for Ores, Gold, Silver, and Iron " of Cobalt Organs, Cabinet, viz " On Reed Organs having not more SlO and than two sets of reeds " 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
:

Straw Board

10

"
" "
"

Printing Pulp, for Paper Makers

20

Free
20 20

Free Free

Free Free Free

" "

Sand Straw Board Union Collar Cloths shapened Wrapping
Writing

in sheets

not
10

10

Parasols and Umbrellas, Cotton " " Silk Paris Green (see Colors) and Chocolate, not sweetPaste, Cocoa
" "
of,

20 22^ 20 30

Free
20

10
10 10

"

ened and other
1

25

containing i^ugar ct. and per lb., Patent Medicines, unless otherwise provided for
preparations

25
25

Free Free Free
20

Peaches (see Green Fruits)
per bush., 40 cts.

Pearl Ash " Mother " "

Free
of,

manufactures of unmanufactured
per bush., 10 cts.

20

Free

Pease
20 Free
Pelts (see Skins) Pencils, Lead, in

Free

wood or

otlierwise

25

Free Free

Pepper, ground " unground

25 20

Free Oxalic Acid Oxides, Metallic (unless specially pro20 vided for) Packages (see Schedules at end of Tariff.) Packages of all goods paying specific
duties Pails (see W'oodenware)

Perfumed
Spirits)

Spirits (see

Cologne Water in per imp gal.. S1.90 and

30 40 30

Perfumed

Spirits in bottles or flasks not

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

weighing over 4 oz " Toilet and Fancy Soaps Perfumery, including Hair Oils, Tooth and other Powders and Washes, Pomauims, Pastes and all other perfumed preparations used for the Hair, Mouth or Skin per lb., 6 cts. Periodicals, Printed " " Post the through
Office

30

per 2 oz.,

1 ct.

5

Free

such Artists
Paintings in Oil or Chromos,
not else-

Free
20 20

Persia or Extract of Archill or Cudbear.. Personal Etfects (see Effects) Petroleum Oil (see Oil) per wine gal., 6 cts. pkgs. Pewter, Platina, Japanned and Planished
;

Free Free
20

Tinware
Phials (see Glass)
Philo30i)hical Instruments and Apparatus, including Globes, when imported by and for the use of Colleges, Schools and
Scientific

where specified Palladium „ Palm Leaf, unmanufactured " Nuts and Kernels
"
Oil in Natural State

25 30

Free Free Free

and Literary Societies

.

24 2

CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA.
Pork
20 20

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...

Free
10

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
;
; ;

20 20 20

30

Free Free
20

Powder, Bronze
"
"

.

S30 and
" "

Upright
.

-SSO

and

Concert, Semi Concert or Parlor Grand S50 and

Bleaching (Chloride of Lime)... Gun (see Gun Powder). Prayer Books (see Books)
Precipitate of

Free
5

Copper

Free
20 20

Pickles and Sauces
Pictorial Show Cards (see Books) Pictures, Advertising (see Books)

Precious StDues Preserved Meats and Poultry
Preserves, Fruit, in air-tight cans, including 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,
;

Pig. Copper (see Copper) " Iron (see Iron) per ton of 2000 " Lead (see Lead) " Tin (see Tin) Pimento, ground
"

lbs.,

§2
10

unground

Pineapples (see Green Fruit) Pipe Clay Pipes, Smoking, according to component l)art chief value « " Clay " " Meerschaum
" " "
"

10 25 20 20

20

Free

Electrotype and Stereotype Blocks for printing (lurposes Printed Matter (see Books).

Printmg Ink
Prints, Furniture

"

and Plain (see Cottons) and Engravings

R'lbber

"

Wood
Water
20 25 20

Drain and Sewers, glazed or ua-

glazed
Pipes, Gas and Pistols Pitch Pine " Coal

Proprietary' Medicines, cmmonly called i-'atent Medicines, or .-iny Medicine or preparation of which the Rpcipe is kept secret, or the ingredients whereof are kejit

Free
10
"

Plaids, Cotton, dyed or colored (see Cottons) per sq. vd., 3 cts. and
Plaits.

recommended by advertisement, bill o*- label, for th» relief of any disorder or ailment, in liquid form in all other
secret,

50
25

15

Prunes
Prunella Uppers of Ladies' Boots and Shoes " for Boots and Shoes Pyrites or Sulphate of Iron Psalm Books (see Books)

20
20 10

Tuscan and Grass.." Planks and Sawed Lumber (see Lumber) " and Sawed Lumber of all kinds,

Free Free
20

dressed Plants, viz.. Fruit, Siiade,Lawn and Ornameuial Trees, Slirubs and Plants. " from .Vewfouudland Plaster of Paris, not ground or calcined. " " or ground, calcined

Free
5

20
20

Free
20 30
20 17| 1"!

manufactured ami Gilt Ware of all kinds Plates engraved on Wood and on Steel
Plate^t

Pulp 20 Pumice Stone and Pumice Free Putty 20 Pump and Pump Gear for Ships' use 20 Quadrants (for ships' use) Brass Chief Value 30 i Quartz Free

"
"

or otlier Metal Fish (see Iron) Rolled Iron and Boiler (see Iron)...

QuassiaWood
Queen" s Ware (see Earthenware). Quick Grass Root
Quicksilver Quilla Bark
Quills

20

Free
20

"

Canada

12i
10

" 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-

30
25
10

Free 20

20

10

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

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,
:

20

Free
15

Free
10

1881)
"

Cars (Freight, Passenger Platform)

and
20

CCSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OP CANADA.
Rails fsee Iron) " ateel (until 1st January, 1881) " " after "
'

243

1.5

Free
10

Railway Chairs and Finwer Bars(see Iron) ' Fish Plates. Frogs and Frog'•

Hi
ITi

Saddlery, Coach and Harness Furniture, and Hardware of all kinds Safflower Satfron and Extract of Saffron Cake

SO

Free Free
20 25 5 5

Sago
Sails,

"

"
"

Poin's (roe Iron) Fish Platos, Sieel(iintil 1st January, 1881) " " after 1st January,
1881

Ready-made,

for Boats

and

Ships...

Free
10

Sail Cloth or Canvas, Ships use " Twine, Ships use

Car Wheels and Axles
in bulk in small

(see Iron)
...

Raisins (see Fruits, Dried)

Rakes and Rake Teeth Rape and Heniji Seeds
"

25 25 30
15

Sal-Ammoiiiac Sal-Soda Salad Oil
Salt, Coarse, from Unileii British Possessions '• imported for use (>f iho

Free Free
2)

Kingdom
S a
>

or

Free
r

Gulf Free

"
"

"
Oils

papers or
25

Fisheries

parcels

20
20

perqt., 2 cts. Raspberries, Green Rasp'nerry Svrup not containing Spirits... " Wine (see Wiiies).
Ratafia (see Liqiior.<) jier imp. gal.. Si. 90; pkgs.

" in bulk ]er lOn lbs.. 8 cts. " bags, barrels, or other packiigs^s per IDO lbs., 12 cts.; pkgs.
Saltpetre

20 20

Samples of goods Laving no intrinsic value as Merchandise, and cannot so
20

be used

Ratan

for

Chair .Makers and Whip ManuFree
5

Sand
" Glass and Emery Pai>er and Cloth. Satin and fine washed White (see Colors) Satinets fsee Woollens and Cottons) Satins and Sarsenets, and all other jiiece goods, of which Silk is the highest value

Free Free
20

facturers (unmar.iifaclured)

Red Lead, Dry
Reeds, iinnianufaclured Rennet, raw or ]irepared Retorts, Gas, Ciay Retorts, Gas, Iron Rhubarb Root Ribbons, Cotiou
"

Free

Free Free
20 25

Free
20

Sauces of all kinds Sausage Casings
Soales (see Iron) Scarts (Silk) " other

Silk

30

per lb., 1 ct. 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

Rice " Flour

30 20 20 3o oO 20
20 10

20 20

Schiedam Schnapi>9
jier

imp. gal., §1.90

;

pkgs.

Free

candying
Rivets, Iron " Copper

Free
30 30 25
10
17.^

Scrap, Brass and Copper and old Iron.per ton, 2,000 lbs Scythes Screws, Wood (see Iron)

,

§2
30
30

Rockingham Ware
Rods, Wire,
" "
in coils

(see Earthenware)....

under 5 inch(seelron) Hail and Spike (see Iron) All other (see Iron) Rolled Silver in sheets

20'
10

Sea Grass and .Manilla Grass " " from >i'ewfoundland " Weed, not otherwise speciiied per bush., 10 cts. Seed, Flax Seeds, viz. flower, garden, field and other
:

Free Free ^ree

Roman Cement
Rooting Felt
"
Slate, prepared

20

20 20

Roots, as Chicory, used as substitute for kiln-dried, roasted or Cott'ee, ground per lb., 4 cts. " Medicinal, "in natural slate, unless otherwise specified

seed< for agricultural jiurposes, when iji bulk or in large parcels " in small papers or panels Seeds not classed as Cereals Seines, for the use of fisheries... '• all other (see Fishi ig Tackle,

15 25
20

Free
20 20

Sporting) Senegal Gum Senna, in leaves
20 20
10

Free

Rope and Cordage
"

"

(Ships use)

" "

Waste
"Wire rigging (Ships use)

Rosin

Rose Leaves Rotten Stones Rubber, manufactures ot " unmanufactured
Ruling Machines, Bookbinders'

Free Free Free Free Free
25

Free
15

Rum
-.

(see Spirits)

Rum
Rye
'"

per imp. gal., Sl-32j jikffs. Shrub.. ..per imp. gal., SI. 90 jikgs. per bush., 10 cts. Flour per barrel, 50 cts.
; ;

20

20

Settler' Effects, viz -.—Wearing apparel, household furniture, professioiuil kooks, imidements and tools of tradt, occupation 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 Provided that any dutiable arsale. ticle entered as Settlers' Effects shnll not be sold or otherwise disposed of without payment of duty until arter Free two years actual use in Canada Sewing Machines, whole or on heads or Iron). ..each §2 and 20 parts of beads (.see

244

CUSTOMS TAHIFP FOR THE DOMINION OP CANADA.
(see Cotton)...

Sewing Thread oa Spools
"
"
"
ia

20
12.V

Silk in

banks
is

Shawls, Cotton
of Silk, or of which Silk
the

20'

com30
20

tiip germ, not more advanced than singles, tram, and thrown organzine " Raw. or as reeled from the Cocoon, not being doubled twi.sted, or ad-

15

ponent part Shafts, over 25 lb. (see Iron)
Shears Sh^athing (see Copper) " Yellow Metal Sheets, for Bonnets and Hats Sheet Iron (see Iron) per Sheet Music (see Books)
Shellac, (see Gums) Shells, unmanufactured " manufactured
,

vanci d in nianiifacturt- any way....

Free
25

" Sewi igaiid Silk Twist
" Velvets, and all manufactures of Silk, or of which Silk is the component part of chief value, not elsewhere
specified

30
10

Free
20 12^
lb.,

"
'•

6 cts.

Gum

.

Free Free
20 20
in

"
"

Waste Church Vestments Fancy Work
Leaf and Gold Cloth
Plated Rolled

30 Free 20 30
2"

Silver Coin, United States

Free
20 30 10 20 30

Shi[)S

Shingles (see Wood) and other vessels, built

"
"

any

Ware
i:.

foreign country, whether Steam or Sailing \'essel^, on application for Canadian Register on the fair market value of tlie hull, rigging, machinery and all

" "
Skates
10

Sheets

Ware

appliances " Anchors " Binnacle Lamps " Blocks and Patent Bushes for Blocks " Bunting ^ " Cables Hemp or Grass " " Chain, over 5 inch, shackeled, swiveled or not " Compasses " Cordage

Free
20 20 20 20
5

Skins, undressed, Dried, Salted or Pickled Slate, for .Mantels Slate, Roofing
"

Free
25 20 25 15 20

School and Writing
Slabs, square or in special shapes...

"

Small Wares, unless otherwise specified.. Snufl, ground, dry (see Tobacco). ..per lb.,
25 "
cts.,

and

12^
I25-

damp, moist or pickled
25

per lb,
cts.,

30
10

and

Soap,
"

common Brown and
perfumed

Yellow, not
per
lb., 1 ct.

Ship's

"
"

Dead Eyes Dead Lights Deck Plugs

20

30
25

"
" "

Felt for Sheathing Iron Masts or parts of Iron Masts.... Knees, Iron

Free Free
20 20 20

Castile and White Perfumed or Toilet Soda Ash and Caustic
"

i)er lb.,

2 cts.
.30

Free
20

"

Pumjis and

Pump Gear

"
"
"

Rioers, Iron Sail-cloth or Canvas (see Cotton)... " Twine
Sails

Bicarbonate " Nitrate " Silicate of. Spades, Iron

"

Free Free
20 30

" "
"

Sheaves

(see

Copper)

10

Sigial Lamps " Steering Apparatus " Travelling Trucks Ships, V^arnish, black and bright " Wedges
" Wire Riggiiig Shirting (see Cotton).

20 20 20

Free
20 Free

Natural History, Mineraogy, Botany or Sculpture Spelter (see Zinc) Ginger and Spices of all Spices, viz. kinds (except Nutmegs and Mace), unground " Ginger, and Spices of all kinds (except Nutmegs and .Mace, ground)
:

Steel Specimens of

"

Free
10

20

Spices,

Nutmegs and Mace
ct.,

25 25
10

Shoddy

(see

Waste)

Shofs, Horse (see Iron) Shoe Nails, Horse (see Iron) Shovels, Steel

Free 30
30 30 20

Spikes and Nails (see Iron). " " Cut. ..per lb., J
" "

and

"
"
"

Composition

20
17J
10

"

Rods (see Iron) Wrought and Pressed,
per
lb.,

"

Iron (see Iron)

galvanized or not
Spirits, viz.
:

^

ct.,

and

Showbills (see Books) Show Cases (see Furniture) Shrubs, Trees and Plants (.<ee Plants).... " '' from Newfoundland
Silex
Silicates, Alkaline or of Silesias (see Cottons) Silk, all manufactures

30 35
20 20

Spirits

Soda
of,

Free Free
20

or of which Silk is the component part, not elsew here specified as " Black or colored, &c.. Barathea, Casiimere, Ducupes, Glaces, Grosspains, Poplins, Sarsenets, Satins, Turquoise, Velvets and other piece goods Silk Cocoons " Floss
:

and strong waters, not having been sweetened or mixed with any degree of that the article so strength thereof cannot be ascertainfd by Syke's hydrometer, for gallon of the every imperial strength of proof by such hydrometer, 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,
:

30

Whisky, and unenumerated
cles of like kinds
;

arti-

Free
25

per imp. gal., $1.32^ pkgs.

20

CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA.
hydrometer, shall be rated for duty as unenumerated spirits.

245

Spirits, viz:

"

"

Cologne water and perfumed Spirits, in bottles or flasks not weighing more than four ounces eacli Colojine water and perfunud ypirits
in bottles, tiasks

40

Unenumerated Spirits: Spirits of Turpentine
Sponges
Sprigs (see Iron) Starch, and all preparations having the quality of Starch per lb 2 ct.-s. pkgs. " including Corn Starch, Farina or Flour per lb., 2 cts. pkgs. Stationery of all kinds not otherwise spe, ;

or oilier

pac-

20 20 30

kag''3 weigliiug

more than four
;

"
"

per imp. pal., $i/jO pkgs. Brandy. .per imp. pal., Si 45; pkgs. tiweeiened and mixed, so that the strength cannot be ascertaimd as Bitters, Cordials, afor>-said, viz. Rum Sh; uh, Schiedam Schnajips,

ounces each

30 20

20 20 20

;

:

cified

Statues of Marble

Tixtia,

and unenumerated

articles

Steam Engines
"
20

25 25
Free
20 20
10

of like kinds

per imp. gal.,
;

"
"

Old

Tom Gin

^1.90 i>kgs. per imp. in bulk gal., §1.32^ ; pkgs.
;

Locomotives under certain restrictions (see Locomotives)
'•

20 20

Steam Engines over 25
Books
"
Stone, viz:
for

lbs., (see Iron)...

And strong waters not elsewhere
specified. per imp.gal., Sl.90

pkgs.

Stereotype Blocks for printing purposes... Stereotypes and Electrotvpes of Standard
'.

"

and strong w.atrs in!i)orteit into Canada, mixnd with anv ingreaient or ingredients, and although thereby coming under the denoof Proprietary MediTinctures, Es.~ences, Extracts, or any other denomina-

commercial

blanks and
20

advertisements

mination
cines,

"
"

All manufactures of Stone or Granite

25

tion not elsewhere specified, shall nevertheless, deemed '• Spirits or strong waters," and subper imp. ject to duly as such
be,

"
"

"

"

"

pkgs. Wines of all kinds, e.\cept sparkling wines, including cur aut kmou, ginger, wiics, elder, 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 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 28c. to 67c. per proof spirits imp. gal. &'\d Champagne and all other sparkling wines in bottles, con'aining each not more than a quart and per doz., more than one pint
gal.,
;

$l.yo

20 " " "

Building stone, except marble, per ton, of 13 cub ft., Si Cement Stone, Water-lime Stone, per ton of 13 cub ft.. Si Building Freestone and 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

20

20

30

Straw Tuscan Grass and other Plaits Succory Root (see Chicory) Sugar Candy, Brown or White
'•

20

Free

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.

30

GIucojc Syrup On conceniraied

S3 and
"

30

" "

Containing not more than a pint each and more than one half per doz., $1.5ii, and pint Containing one half-iunt each or less per doz., 75 cts., and 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

per lb., i ct. and Beet Root Juice and concrete, concentrated Cane Juice, Melado, concentrated .Melado, concentrated Molasses. per lb., f ct. Molasses, if used for refilling, clarifying or rectifying purposes, or
for the manufacture ol'siitrar, when imported direct from the country of growth and production And fur the same purposes when not imported direct from the coun-

35

30

30
30

25

try of growih and i)roduction Molasses, when not so used, wfien

30

imported direct from the country of growth and production

15

And when not

imported direct from

the country of duction

growth and pro20
14,
lb., 1

more than forty per

cent, ofspirits

On

all

sugar above number
in color.per

of the strength of proof of Syke's

Standard

ct.

Dutch and

35

CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA.
On
On
all snor.ir

equal to

not
all

above

number 9, and number 14, Dutch
[ler lb., ^ ct. !in<l

Tiles,

Drain

20

Staiiiliinl

" for Lining Stoves Firebrick)

aud Furnaces

(see

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 productio 1, upon the fair market value
thereof at the place of purchase, any addition for the cost of hogsheads or oth^'r imclcages, or Giber (diarges and espeu-es prior to sbit ment, anythiig coitained in seclion 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
•without
,

Timber from Newfoundland
Tinctures containing Spirits
Tin, in blocks, sheets
pigs,
gal., ifl.OO

20 20

per Imp. pkgs.
;

20
10

bars,

jjlates

and

Tinware, Siauiped and Japanned ware, and on all ma nifactures 01 Ti not elsewhere specified Tin Clasps or Slices or Si)angles for mauuf.icturiug Hoo[> Skirts
1

25 25 25
10

'•

Hollowware

Plates (see Iron) Tobacco, Cigiirs and Cigarettes lier lb., 50 cts. and " Leaf, unmanu'actured, for Excise

"

20

" 3^

Purposes Manufacturod and on Snuff
per
lb.,

Free

25

cts.

and

Sumac Gum
Surgical lustrumcnts Suspt-uders, Cotton " Silk

Free Free
20
3'>

"

Tomatoes

Pipes (.Meerschaum ami Clay)... (see Vegetables). per hush., 30c.

12j 20

Tortoise and other Shells, unmanufactured

30
lb.

Woollen. ...10 cts. per Sweetmeats (see Confectionary)
per

"

and and
20 30
20

Tow, undressed Toys
Train
(seeOil.s) Travellers' Baggage.

Free Free
20

Od

lb., 1 ct.,

Syrups (see Sugar)
Tackle, ^porting, Fishing Tacks, Brads and Sprigs (see Iron) per imi>. gal.,§1.90; Tafia, (see Spirits) pkg^...... Tails, undressed pkgs. per lb., 1 ct. Tallow " per lb., 2 cts. pkgs. Candles
;

Under regulations prescribed by the Minister of Customs.
.Nails....'.

Tree

Free Free
20
20 20 20 30 20
25
10 10

Trees, Shrub--, Roots and Plants, unless otherwise specified. " Shrubs, Roots and Plants, from

Free
20 20

Newfoundland
Trimmiugs, Bead, Silk and Metal " Cotton
"

;

Tarapico, White and Black Tanners Bark Tanners' or dyeing articles

Free Free
in

"

Crape, Silk chief value All other

a crude

state used in tanning or dyeing, not elsewhere specilied Tape, ("otton

Free
20 30 20

Trunks, Satchels, Valises and Carpet Bags Tubes, Brass and Copper, fancy, plain aud
seamless,

drawn

"
"

Linen
Silk

and Zinc Turmeric
Turpentine, Spirits of '• Raw or Crude Turtles
,

"

Free
20

Tapes, .Measuring Line sep Smallwares).. " Slotted for the manufacture of

Hoop

Skirts

20
20
10

Free Free
20 2)
25
5

Tapioca Tar. Coal
" Pine TarlauiQ (see Cottons) per lb., 2cis.. aud Teas, Black " 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

Twills, Cotton

Free
20
10 10 10

Free
30 25 20

per lb, 7.^ cts., and Twines manufactured of Flax, not otherwise specified " Sail Twist, Silk, or Silk aud Mohair Type Metal, in block or pigs " Printing Ultra Marine (see Colors) Umber, Raw (See Colors)

Worsted..

25
10

20

Fne
Free 20 20 30 20
10 25

,.

Umbrellas, Alpaca Cotton
" SilK
in Sheets,

" Jrtponica Thibet Hair, unmanufactured Thnad, Cotton in Hanks •' on Spools
"
" "

Free Free
,..

nh
20"

Unenumerated Articles Union Cellar Cloth Paper,
shapen

not

Lace Insertions
Ijiien

20 20 20 20
15

Valises (see Trunks) Varnish, Blight and Black, tor Ships use.
"
all

Free
20

and other
with

articles embroidered (iold or for Embroidery

other,perimp gal.,20
for

cts.

and

Vegetable
" "

Wood

Dyeing

all other Tickings (see Cottons)

"

per

sq. yd.,

2 cts.,

and

Felt for mauufacturing purposes. Fibre, Natural, not jiroduced by any mechanical process

Free Free

Free

CUSTOMS TARIFF FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA.
Vegetables, all not otherwise specified....
''

247
2C
cts.
">0

t'rom

Newtbunflland
[ler

20 20

Whalebone, manufactures of

Wheat
"

per bush., 15

Tumaioes.-.per bush., 30 cts. Velvet, Cotton " Cotton chief Silk and Cotton.

" "

Pottitoes

bush., 10 cts.

Flour per brl., cts. Wheel, Felloes, Hubs and S|)oke3 (see
20
20 30

W )od)

20

Wheels, rough (see

Wood)
"

value
Silk Veneers, Ivorv, "

Wheelbarrows Whetstones

20 25
20

sawn only
"

"

Wood

Free Free
20

« Other Verdco;ris or Subacetate of Co|>j)er \>ev imn. gal., Vermuth (see S[)iriis)
i^l.'M-

Whipgut Whips Whiskey
While,

(see

Catgut)

Free
25

(see Spirits)

Free
20
fine

pkgs.

per Imp. gal., Sl.90 and washed (see Colors)

20

Free
iiO

Vessels (see tShips). pkgs. Vinegar per imp. gal., 12 cts. Violins (see Musical Instruments).
;

20

Vitriol,

Blue

Free
(iresj^ed

Vulture Feathers, undres.-ed
"

"

15 25

Wadding,Cotton,bleHched,colored or dyed
"
(see Cottons). ..per lb., 3 cts. Cotton, Csee Cottons)

and

15

White Cranite Ware White Lead (dry) While Zinc (dr_\) Whiiing or vViiitening Wicks and Wicking Cotton Willow for Basket-makers " and Whalebone, manufactures of.. Window Glass, common and colorless
"

5
5

Free
20

Free
20

per

lb.,

2 cts.

and
(see

15

"

(see Glass) stained (see Glass)

20 30
10 10 20

Waggons

(see Carriages)....

30

Wines

(see Spirits).

Walnut Lumber, plank and sawn Lumber)
Walnuts (see Nuts) Ware, Crockery and
ware)
'•

Free
:

20 25 20
15

I'arian (see

Earthen-

China and Porcelain Wai'ps and Carpet Warps,
"

and

(see Cottons) per. lb., 3 cts. and Ciirpei Warps, (see Cottons)

Wire, Copper, round or flat (see Copper). " Brass '' Cloth of Hr«ss or Copper " Flat for Crinolines, covered " Galvanized (see Iron) " Iron and Steel (.see Iron) " Other not enunieraU'd " Rods, in Cuils, rolled, round, under
"

20
15 15 20
10

and Waste, Cotton, Hemp, Jute, Linen, Paper manufacture of or otlier, tit only tor
per
lb., 2 cts.

15

Rope

^ incli (see Iron) (for Ships' Rigging)

Free
30 Free
20 25 25

paper (>et- Itags) Watches, Watch Cases and Watch Move-

Free
20

" Work Wormgut (see Catgut)

Wrapping Paper
Writing Desks " Ink " Paper

ments Water, Cologne (see
" "
"

Spirits).

22^
20 20

Colors Mineral

20

Wrought

20

Iron, manufactures of, not elsewhere specified (see Iron)

Lime, gruiind, including barri-ls (see Cement). .pi.-r brl., 40 cts. " " ground, in bags or bulk (see Cement) per buih., 9 cts. pkgs.
;

Yams
20

Wax,
"

"

Bee, Paraffiue and other Caudles and Tajiers (not Paraffine) " " Paraff.ne per lb., 5 cts. pkgs..
;

20 20
25

Yarns, (see Cottons) •! Hosiery and Knitting, under No. pi rib, 3 cts. and... 40, " over No. 40 " Unbleached, colored or dyed, under No. 40, per lb., 2 cts. and
" "

15 20 15 20 12i

30
30

Wearing Apparel, Cotton
"
"
''

(see Cottons)..

Cotton Sewing Thread on Spools. " in Hanks

of British Subjects d) ing

abroad (see Apparel) Apparel and Ready-made Clothper
lb.,

Free
25

ing

10 CIS.

and

Weaving or Tram Silk, and Weaving or Tram Cotton, for making elastic webbing, and crinoline thread for covering crinoline wire

Yarn, Coir " Fingering, under No. 30 per " Knitting, under No. 30 per

Free
lb.,

7^ cts. 7^ cts.

20

lb.,

20
20

Yarn, Worsted, under No.
20 20 25

30,

per

lb.,

74 eta.

Webbing, Co-ton
"
•'

Yellow Metal,
"
"

Rubber, wholly or partlv
'

in Bars and Bolts for Sheathing

Free Free
10

Webbing, Silk
wholly

®
20 20

Zinc, Blocks, Pigs

and Sheets
of,

or partly of wool, worstel or moliair...per lb., 7^ cts. and

" Manufactures
specified
"

not

elsewhere
25

Wedgewood Ware
"

unmanufacturecl
Oil, in casks from on shipboard in the same condition it was first

Free
"

Whale
and

Old, worn out, facturp Oxyd of

fit

only for re-manu10

landed

Free

" "

Sheathing Metal Sulphate of.

Free 25 Free

248

RICEBURO ADVERTISEMENT.

BICE BURG, PQ.
Manufacturers, "Wholesale and Retail dealers in
all

kinds of

HOUSEHOLD
From
the clieape9'. to
tlie

EUK'J^liURE.
styles, •mftrafftng

most expeusive

PARLOR,
DINING-ROOM,

BEDROOM
and

LIBRARY.
All of

FURNITURE,
to

and guaranteed

which is offered at the lowest rates be made of thoroughly seasoned Kiln-dried Lumber.

SASH.
All work

DOOR AND BLIND FACTORY-

appertaining to this branch of our business, done on the shortest notice and in a perfectly satisfactory manner as regards material, quality and price.

xjisriz>
.

A
Funeral Requisites

First-Class

HEARSS
SUPPLIED.

KEPT

IN STOCK.

"We have, without exception, the largest and best assortment of Undertakers' Goods in the county. We manufacture and keep constantly in stock every possible variety of Coffins and Caskets, and sell the same to the trade at the lowest wholesale rates. In Robes, Linings, Coffin Plated ware, and other Fimeral goods our assortme'it is very extensive, and is constantly being replenished by the addition of new designs of approved patterns.

IBiiilding' and. Ooiitr'aeting".
Contracts taking for the erection of Churches and other public buildings, Stores, Dwellings, Plans and r.pecilications furnished. &c.. on the closest estimates.

TO DAIRYMEN.
WE MANUFACTURK

"The

Dairyman's Favorite Butter Worker."
It is

in use throughout Canada and the United States, fl®" anteed to be the Best, Cheapest, and Greatest Labor Saving Butter Worker now in use.

Thousands are now

guar-

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BEST

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THE

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COOK'S FRIEND
TRADE
MAEK.

BAKING POWDEE
IS

THE

MOST POPULAR 6AKIN6 POWDER
In
X1CL&

l>omli3.l<3X3L
BECAUSE

It

is

It is It is It contains no delirious ingredient. It is economical, and may always be relied on to do what it claims to do.
The
constantly increasing

always of untforiai quality. just the right streilgtjii. not injured by keeping*.

dem^d

for the

Cook's Friend

during the score of years it^aMbeen before the PubHc attests the estinriation in which it is neld by consumers.
MANUFACTURED OXLY BY

W.
1

D.

McLaren
Street, Montreal.

55 College

•-^TAILED EVERYWHERE.

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