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Friendship Directory

Friendship Chronicle, Vol. 1, No. 1, May 1880



TOWN OFFICERS
SupervisorS. M. Norton
Town ClerkFrank L. Dayton
Com. of HighwaysHarry Collins
AssessorsWm. Steinrod
Benj. Robinson
Don McClure
CollectorJohn Makee
Overseer of PoorW. Davie
Geo. Benjamin
JusticesS. P. Morse
S. C. Cotton
E. Hewitt
ConstablesJas. Warner
J. MaKee
F. Merriam
L. Vars
Walter Hayden


EDUCATIONAL
FRIENDSHIP ACADEMYPrincipal, Prof. Prosper Miller
UNIVERSITY OF MUSICDirector, James Baxter
FRIENDSHIP DISTRICT SCHOOLTeachers - Geo. Hobart and Miss Ella Todd



CHURCHES
BAPTISTRev. M. Barker, PastorServices at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath School at 12m. Prayer-meetings every Wednesday evening.
METHODISTRev. C. G. Stevens, Pastor Services at 11 a.m. Sabbath School at 12:30. Preaching at 7 p.m. Prayer meeting Thursday evenings.
UNIVERSALISTRev. F. M. Alvord, Pastor Services every alternate Sunday at 11 a.m. Sabbath school at 12m.
CONGREGATIONALRev. Moses Alley, Pastor Services at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath School after morning services. Prayer meeting eveyr Wednesday evening.
SACRED HEARTRev. Father Thomas Carraher, Pastor Services every other Sunday at 11 a.m.
SPIRITUALIST SOCIETYPresident, I. W. Hewitt
V.P., S. E. Latta
Sec'y, Edgar Hewitt
Meetings every other Sunday at 3 p.m., conducted by Mrs. Flora Gorton



CEMETERY
FRIENDSHIP CEMETERY ASSOCIATIONMaple Grove Cemetery President of Trustees, W. H. King
Secretary, R. A. Scott



POST OFFICE
Mails for the east close at 4 p.m.; for the west at 9:45 a.m., and for the south at 2 p.m.  The Office is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.  Sundays from 12 m. to 1 p.m.



TRAIN SERVICE, ERIE R.R.
Trains leave Friendship going east at 6:23 a.m., 10:50 a.m., 3:03 p.m., 8:34 p.m.
Going west 9:52 a.m., 10:10 a.m., 2:00 p.m., 3:03 p.m., 7:55 p.m.



SOCIETIES
ALLEGANY LODGE Regular meetings 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month. H. P. Allen, W.M. Jno. McClure, Sec'y
VAN CAMPEN LODGE, I. O. of O. F. Meets Thursday evening of each week at 7:30 p.m. J. W. Hewitt, N.G. J. Fisher, Sec'y
FRIENDSHIP LODGE E. O. M. A. Regular meetings, Monday Evenings in
Masonic Hall at 7:30 p. m.
J. W. B. Horner, W. P. Fred Oliver Sec'y.
SONS OF TEMPERANCE Meetings Friday evenings of each week, at 7 p.m.,
in Masonic Hall.
C. G. Stevens, W. P. Chas. Wilcox, R. S.



LIBRARY
Friendship Academy Library of 600 volumes. In W. A. Hart's book store. Subscription $1.00 per year.



MANUFACTURING
BAXTER, J. E.Miller, Custom Grinding Flour, Feed, etc.
CHAMPLAIN, G. C.Sewing Machines, Boots and Shoes
HINMAN & BULLARDPlaning Mills, Contractors and Carpenters
HEWITT, J. W.Brick Yard with Manufactory
KING, S. L. & CO.Harness, Trunks, etc.
LATTA, E. G.Harness, Trunks, etc. - Main Street
LATTA, S. E.Vermont Farming Company.  Creamer, etc.
MORSE, CROSS & RICESBarrels and Boxes
MILLER, ProsperBrick Yard with Materials
ROUSE, W. J.Friendship Bakery - Depot St.  Manufacturer of bread, Pies.
SCOTT & COLLINSStave Manufactory and Saw-mill
SMITH, JosephBoots and Shoes.  Depot Street
TOMPKINS, Geo.Carriages and Cutters, Wagons, etc.
WISNER, JamesTiger Rake, manufactured at Dayton, Ohio
WEBSTER, N.Marble and other stone work
WALES & BUTTSFoundry.  Iron Works and Repair Shops.



MERCANTILE
BRADLEY, A. B.Clothing, Boots and Shoes
BARD AND CLAPPGroceries, Main Street
COOLEY, L. D.Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Crockery, Glassware
ENGLE, M. L.Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods
FLINT & DAYTONDrugs and Groceries, also Insurance, Main Street
HOWARD & DANIELSDry Goods, Notions, &c.
HART, W. A.Dry Goods, Books and Stationery.
LATTA, A. C.Furniture, Main Street, over Cooley's Grocery Store
LANE, C. S.Jeweler, Watches, Clocks, Engraving
MULKIN, M. C.Groceries, Notions and Coal
MORSE, CROSS & RICESHardware, Main Street
OLIVER & SAWYERShelf and Heavy Hardware
PRICE, J. O.Dry Goods, Main Street, one door east of Post Office
PITTS, DR. James Drugs and Medicines
SCOTT, W. H.Drugs, Groceries, Main Street
SCOTT, M. & CO.Dry Good, Wall Paper, Carpents, Notions
WARNER, J. H.Drugs and Groceries, Main Street
WINGATE & OLIVERGroceries and Provisions



VARIOUS
BRITTON, MISS MaryDressmaker.  Fitting, Cutting and Trimming.
CLARK, FloraDressmaking in all its branches.
CRANDALL, John J.Musical Instruments, Sheet Music, etc.
CROSS, Miss E. & L. J.Millinery and Fancy Goods
DWIGHT, H. L.Merchant Tailor.  Repairs.  Ladies Sacks and Dohlmans.
HEWITT & HINMANMilliners, Trimmings, etc.
HAMILTON, Mrs. S. S.Dress-making in all its branches, also Cloak-making.
HOBBY, H.Livery, All kinds of turnouts.
McGINNIS, JamesDraying and Express Delivery.
MERRIAM, F. P.Meat Market.  Fish and Poultry.
PIERCE, JohnMerchant Tailoring and Repairs.
PRATT, EddieMeat Market.  Poultry and Fish.
PHINNEY, Mrs. S.Dressmaking in all its branches.
ROBERTS, S. T.Laundry and Restaurant.



PROFESSIONAL
DEMMING, C. C.Physician and Surgeon, Friendship, N.Y.
ELLIOTT, A. L.Attorney at Law, Friendship, N.Y.
ENNIS, H. L.Denistry in all branches, Friendship, N.Y.
GORTON, H. B.Experienced Practical Dentist, Friendship, N.Y.
HEWITT, EdgarAttorney at Law, Friendship, N.Y.
NORTON, S. M.Attorney at Law, Friendship, N.Y.
PITTS, JamesPhysician and Surgeon, Friendship, N.Y.
SCOTT, Wm. H.Attorney at Law, Friendship, N.Y.
STEBBINS, R.Surgeon and Physician, Friendship, N.Y.
WILLARD, E. H. & A. E.Surgeons and Physicians, Freindship, N.Y.



ARTISTIC
BURDICK, J. T.Carriage and Sign Painting
DEMUTH, J. J.Tonsorial Artist, Depot Street.
PARISH, J.Photographer, Main Street, up stairs.
SAUNDERS, IrvingPhotographer, Main Street, and at Alfred Center.
VAN WERT, J. L.Painting, Graining, [illegible word]



FIRST NATION BANK!

of

Friendship, N.Y.

Asher W. MINER - - President.
Abijah J. WLLMAN - - Cashier.

Deposts of any sum received, subject to draft at any time.  Sight drafts on New York issued.  Foreign drafts procured.  Government bonds bought and sold.  Collections made.  Time bills discounted.  All the facilities of the bank used for the accommodation of the public.

Open daily from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.



AMERICAN HOTEL,
Main Street, - FRIENDHSIP, N.Y.
R. M. BENNETT, PROPRIETOR.
Comfortable, Convenient and First-class in all respects.
MANSION HOUSE,
Depot Street, - FRIENDSHIP, N.Y.
L. VAN VLECK, PROPRIETOR.
Sample rooms and first-class accommodations fro the traveling public.

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