Research Notes from the
Madison County Eagle
Published in Cazenovia, NY
Loose Issue of May 17, 1843

compiled by
Daniel H. Weiskotten
Created February 3, 2004

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Notes are paraphrased except where indicated by "quotes"
The first date given is that of the issue in which the item appears
The date at the end in parentheses is the internal date of the advertisement




5/17/1843
The Madison County Eagle, published in Cazenovia by W.H. Phillips, nearly opposite the bank.

5/17/1843
H. Baker, book bindery, and book store, south side of Albany street, three doors west of John Williams & Son. (2/__/1842)

5/17/1843
O.  Jewell, Lincklaen House. (4/__/1842)

5/17/1843
W.H. Seymour, Cazenovia House. (4/__/1842)

5/17/1843
J.  Nickerson, hats and caps at the old stand formerly occupied by H.J. Weed. (4/__/1842)

5/17/1843
David G. Keeler, new boot and shoe establishment in the building two doors east of the Lincklaen House Block on  Albany Street. (6/__/1842)

5/17/1843
J.D. Hawley, jeweler. (6/__/1842)

5/17/1843
Dr. Foord’s Pectoral Syrup. (6/1/1842)

5/17/1843
Alvin Foord, druggist. (9/__/1842)

5/17/1843
Thomas Bishop, druggist. (9/__/1842)

5/17/1843
John Williams & Son, general merchandise. (9/__/1842)

5/17/1843
H.J. Weed buying sheep skins. (10/__/1842)

5/17/1843
A.W. Spencer, stoves. (10/__/1842)

5/17/1843
J. Nickerson, buying furs at his hat store. (11/__/1842)

5/17/1843
Rufus Allen & Son, hoot and shoe store at the old stand.  Buying hides and bark. (12/__/1842)

5/17/1843
Henry, Hitchcock, & Co., bibles. (12/__/1842)

5/17/1843
Greenland & Whitcomb, boot and shoe store at their old stand directly under the Eagle office, hides, bark taken in pay. (1/__/1843)

5/17/1843
Dissolution of Nichols & Ryan, tailors. (Joseph Nichols & John Ryan).  Ryan has taken a room in the Hough Block over Henry, Hitchcock, & Co.'s book store. (2/__/1843)

5/17/1843
J.A. & J.M. Gilkison, house, sign, fancy, and ornamental painting graining, paper hanging, glazing, drafting.  In the Litchfield Block, directly over J.D. Hawley's jewelry store. (3/__/1843)

5/17/1843
S. Alden and C.L. Morehouse, cabinet work made to order, and on hand, furniture and coffins (long list of articles made).  Lincklaen Street, opposite the Free Church. (3/22/1843)

5/17/1843
Selling at cost, the contents of the store of Burr & Chapin. (3/__/1843)

5/17/1843
J.W.T. Rice, dentist, two doors west of John Williams & Son, over L.D. Coburn. (3/__/1843)

5/17/1843
Mrs. Moschel tells her friends and the customers of her late husband that she has moved her tailor (shop) to the house recently occupied by Mr. Avery, a few doors east of the residence of John Williams. (4/__/1843)

5/17/1843
Montague & Parmelee, meat market, have taken the stand recently occupied by Rice & Hendrick, two doors west of Henry, Hitchcock, & Co.'s book store. (4/__/1843)

5/17/1843
"Giraffe Recess" Gillson & Grover (S.H. Gillson and C. Grover) have entered into partnership in the room recently occupied by S.H. Gillson as a grocery. (4/__/1843)

5/17/1843
Clothier's shears ground, apply to John Williams & Son or the Cazenovia Woolen Factory. (4/__/1843)

5/17/1843
Joseph D. Stratton has moved his sleigh making shop to the premises formerly occupied by Eber Peet. (4/__/1843)

5/17/1843
Dissolution of Abbot & Stratton, (Erastus Abbott and Joseph Stratton) books are at the shop formerly occupied by Eber Peet. (4/__/1843)

5/17/1843
J. Partridge has moved his boot making shop from Litchfield's Block, to the shop recently occupied by G.W. Barker as a grocery on Lincklaen Street, two doors north of Henry, Hitchcock, & Co.'s book store. (4/__/1843)