Research Notes from the
Madison County Whig
Published in Cazenovia, NY
Loose Issue of May 25, 1845

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




5/25/1845
Published by W.H. Phillips, formerly the Madison County Eagle, corner of Albany Street and the Public Square.

5/25/1845
The heading and other engravings were cut by Mr. Whitfield of this office.

5/25/1845
E.C. Litchfield, iron, also twelve new buggy wagons for sale.

5/25/1845
Dissolution of Henry, Hitchcock, & Co. (S.H. Henry, S.C. Hitchcock, and Charles Jackson).  Continued by Henry & Sweetlands (S.H. Henry, J.W. Sweetland, and W.H. Sweetland), book selling and paper making at the old stand on the corner of Albany and Lincklaen Streets.

5/25/1845
L. Chandler, keeper of the "Half Way House" on the corner of Albany and Green (Hurd) Streets.  Soda, cigars, ice cream, bath house, etc.

5/25/1845
J. Woodward, hardware, cash store.

5/25/1845
Clarke & Hobbie, general merchandise.

5/25/1845
Orvin Edwards has opened a boot and shoe shop in Hough's Block, on Lincklaen Street one door north of the Post Office.

5/25/1845
Woodward & Groff, groceries, etc.

5/25/1845
E.G. Weld, resident photographist.

5/25/1845
Andrews & Cherry cabinet warehouse, Albany Street, directly opposite the bank.

5/25/1845
S. Alden is about making different arrangements, furniture, coffins, etc.  Lincklaen Street three doors north of Hough's Block.

5/25/1845
A.T. Cross, carriage, sign, and fancy painting, one door west of the Public Square.

5/25/1845
Rufus Allen & Son, leather store, buying bark at their tannery.