Cazenovia, Fenner, and Nelson Business Directories
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Co. (Village, 1872)
Boyd, Andrew, 1872, Boyd's New York State Directory,
1872-1873-1874, Truair, Smith & Co. Syracuse, NY
Was incorporated February 7, 1810. It is beautifully located
on Chittenango Creek, at the foot of Cazenovia Lake, and the terminus of
the Canastota & Cazenovia Railroad, 22 miles from Syracuse. It
contains a bank, weekly newspaper, the works of the American Lock Co.,
(burglar and powder proof); the New York Conference Seminary, a large and
flourishing institution, has for many years been a popular concern.
Adams, C.G., candle factory, Albany St.
Allen (see More & Allen).
American Lock Co., lock manufacturers, 115 Albany St.
Arnold, A.A., billiards, Albany St.
Bass, E.C., physician, Lincklaen St.
Benjamin, W., meat market, Albany St.
Blair, P.E. & Son, tailors, Albany St.
Blair & Watts, grocers, Albany St.
Borden, S.E., grocer, Albany St.
Bowen, L.B., tobacco, Albany St.
Brown, Charles, hardware, Main St. [Albany St.]
Cameron, D.W., lawyer, Albany St.
Crandall, E.B., Cazenovia Republican, (weekly), Albany St.
Crad, E.S. & Co., banker, Albany St.
Central New York Conference Seminary, W.S. Smyth, principal (see
advertisement on page 891
Chaphe, S.F., saw mill, Mill St.
Cook, M.I., Mrs., milliner, Lincklaen St.
Cook, M.J., saloon, Albany St.
Cross, A.C., Jr., carriage manufacturer, Albany St.
Curtiss, J.A., druggist, Lincklaen St.
Cruttenden, D.W., jeweler, Albany St.
Dardis, A., boots and shoes, Albany St.
Darling, J.L., carriage factory, Albany St.
Dean Brothers, grocers, Albany St.
Deaver, I., barber, Albany St.
Dodge, James, foundry, Mill St.
Donnelly Brothers, grocers, Albany St.
Eggleston Brothers, grocers, Albany St.
Goff, I.N., Physician, Lincklaen St.
Greenland, John, jeweler, Lincklaen St.
Greenland, William, tailor, Lincklaen St.
Greisinger, J.M., saloon, Albany St.
Gross, H., dry goods, Albany St.
Haskell & Spear, dry goods, Albany St.
Henry, William E., harness maker, Albany St.
Hobbie & Rouse, dry goods, Albany St.
Hoffman, J.B., saloon, Lincklaen St.
Howson, J.W., postmaster, Albany St.
Howson, J.W., agent Western Union Telegraph Company, Albany St.
Hubbard & Hannum, hardware, Albany St.
Hull, W.H., confectioner, Albany St.
Jewell, O., Lincklaen House, Albany St.
Johnson, A.A., photographer, Albany St.
Jones, A.M., Miss, milliner, Albany St.
Kingsbury, J.F., cheese factory.
Knowlton, E.B., jeweler, Albany St.
Lake House, H. Barber proprietor, Albany St.
Lincklaen House, O. Jewell, corner Albany and Lincklaen Sts.
Marshall & Card, machinists and manufacturers of town clocks.
McCabe, John, blacksmith, Albany St.
Miller & Kingsbury, furniture, Albany St.
More & Allen, attorneys at law, Albany St.
Morse, George, druggist, Albany St.
Nichols & Covell, tailors, Albany St.
National Bank of Cazenovia, Albany St.
Parsons, R., miller, Mill St.
Peet, Eber, blacksmith.
Phelps, J.F., Dr., dentist, Mill St.
Phinney, B.F. & R.D., tanners.
Potter, C.M., grocer, Lincklaen St.
Pulford, D.N., dry goods, Albany St.
Smyth, W.S., principal Central New York Conference Seminary (see
advertisement on page 891
Smith, A.P., Rev., Episcopal Church.
Stanton, F.H., Rev., Methodist minister.
Stebbins, Charles Jr., attorney at law, Lincklaen St.
Stimson, W.G., hats and caps, Albany St.
Thomas, H.B., harness maker, Albany St.
Tillotson & Co., dry goods, Albany St.
Tillotson, A.W., & Co., boots and shoes, Albany St.
Torrey, D., Rev., Presbyterian minister.
Watkins, W.W., book store, 81 Albany St.
Williams & Stebbins, woolen factory.
York, G.R., boots and shoes, Albany St.
Fenner, Madison Co. (1872)
Lounsberry, William P., cheese factory.
Madison Co. (1872)
Smith, Walter, grocer.
Blower, C.N., blacksmith.
Perryville, Madison Co.
Hodge, H.B., wagon maker.
Nourse, Lysander, wagon maker.
Ritter, George, cheese maker.
Winchell, B.F., grocer.
Crosby, Edwin G., miller.
Nelson, Madison Co. (1872)
Cross, W.T., tavern.
Culver, Truman, blacksmith.
Ellison, B., shoemaker.
Keeler, H.L., country store.
Lewis, John, dry goods and clothing.
Lounsberry, W.P, cheese factory.
Picket, John, wagons.
Wells, David, wagon maker.
Bates & Davis, wagon makers.
Nelson Flats, Madison
Blowers, Daniel, blacksmith.
Covell, C.W., tailor.
English, L.D., country store.
Gage, A.T., & Co., cheese factory.
Hutchinson, Myron, hotel.
James, J., & Co., country store.
Sturtevant, Denias, cooper.
Taylor, W. Otis, tinner.