Research Notes from the
Madison County Whig
Published in Cazenovia, NY

Loose Issue of June 20, 1853
Loose Issue of August 17, 1853

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


Loose issue of July 20, 1853

7/20/1853
H.A. Coolidge, Editor and Proprietor of The Madison County Whig, Albany Street 2 doors east of the bank.

7/20/1853
Obituary of John Williams  -- copy.

7/20/1853
B.R. Wendell, cashier, Madison County Bank. (6/11/1853)

7/20/1853
John Greenland, chickens for sale at the toll gate one mile south of the village. (not dated)

7/20/1853
Hough & Co., dry goods. (7/1/1853)

7/20/1853
L.D. Coburn and Dr. A. Foord, druggists. (1/4/1853)

7/20/1853
Crandall & Moseley, publishers. (1/22/1853)

7/20/1853
R. Thomas, Attorney and Counselor at Law. (not dated)

7/20/1853
Weld's daguerrean rooms, Hobbie & Clarke's Block, opposite the Lincklaen House. (not dated)

7/20/1853
L.A.  Eggelston's livery stable, in the rear of the crockery store. (not dated)

7/20/1853
W.H. Dwinnelle, dental surgery, office third door south of Clark & Hobbie's store. (not dated)

7/20/1853
Peter A. Tousaint, hair cutting and shaving saloon, opposite Hough & Clough's store. (not dated)

7/20/1853
J.W.T. Rice, mechanical and surgical dentist, office third door north of Hough & Clough's store. (not dated)

7/20/1853
P.R. Osborn, barber, shop on Albany Street, over D. Babcock's restaurant. (not dated)

7/20/1853
K.N. Guiteau, insurance agent. (not dated)

7/20/1853
Coman, Lathrop, & Co., wholesale grocers and commission merchants, 46 Water Street, New York, L.D. Coman, W.K. Lathrop, and J. Livingston. (not dated)

7/20/1853
Joseph Nichols, tailor, opposite the bank, upstairs. (not dated)

7/20/1853
“Park House, Cazenovia, N.Y., east end of the village, opposite the Park.  Marsh & Allen, Proprietors.  Good accommodations on as reasonable terms as any other house in the State.  H.L. Marsh, D.F. Allen.” (not dated)

7/20/1853
J.F. Phelps, mechanical and surgical dentist, office on Albany Street, entrance one door east of Dr. Foord's drug store and two doors west of the bank. (not dated)

7/20/1853
James Burton, frames etc., in Syracuse. (not dated)

7/20/1853
Greenland, Williams, & Co., tanbark wanted at their tannery during the summer months. (6/22/1853)

7/20/1853
Mrs. Borden, millinery, at her old shop on Lincklaen Street. (10/12/1852)

7/20/1853
“Cabinet work and chairs neatly repaired, C.C. Webber.” (not dated)

7/20/1853
To let by K.N. Guiteau: the house next east of the Lincklaen House, now occupied by Samuel Thomas Jr..  Will put in a complete repair and available for rent by the first of April next (12/29/1852).

7/20/1853
Hobbie & Clarke, dry goods. (not dated)

7/20/1853
Philo E. Blair, tailor, has moved his shop to his house one door east of the Bookstore. (9/6/1852)

7/20/1853
The "Captain's Office", directly under the "Cool-edge" office, grocery with a meat market nearby. (6/6/1853)

7/20/1853
L.E. Swan has moved his watch and clock repair shop to the shop two doors west of Brown & Perkins', nearly opposite Dr. Foord's drug store.  (6/11/1853)

7/20/1853
J. Woodward, clothing. (6/1/1853)

7/20/1853
Crandall & Moseley, books and stationary. (6/22/1853)

7/20/1853
Combs & Shute, Cazenovia Carriage Factory, at the old stand on Albany Street, nearly opposite the Presbyterian Church. (5/26/1852)

7/20/1853
C.L. Keeler, marl and fresh burned stone lime, one mile below Chittenango Falls. (9/6/1852)

7/20/1853
W. Greenland & Son, clothing, Albany Street opposite Lincklaen Street. (10/26/1852)

7/20/1853
John C. Ryan has moved his goods to his new store. (5/4/1853)

7/20/1853
To let by John Ryan: a large room on the second story of his new store. (5/11/1853)

7/20/1853
J. Nickerson, hats and caps. (5/2/1853)

7/20/1853
John Hearsey continues to domestic spirits and rectify whiskey. (3/28/1853)

7/20/1853
John Whitney manufactures the celebrated "Madison County" and "Dutcher Plows". (9/27/1852)

7/20/1853
Pulford & Sweetland(s) garden, flower, and field seeds, dry goods. (3/28/1853)

7/20/1853
Hobbie & Clarke, dry goods and groceries in the Empire Store. (9/28/1852)

7/20/1853
C.C. Webber, cabinet warerooms on the second and third floors of Garratt's harness shop, opposite Pulford & Sweetlands'.  Manufactures and keeps on hand cabinet ware of all descriptions.  (9/14/1852)

7/20/1853
Dr. Chamberlayne has moved his office to the wing in his residence, second door above the Seminary. (not dated)

7/20/1853
Mr. B. Hubbard and Joseph Davis intend to be able to supply the community with first rate bricks after the middle of July next. (3/7/1853)

7/20/1853
S. Worlock & Son, shingles in Waterville, 2 1/2 miles north of Cazenovia on the plank road. (2/22/1853)

7/20/1853
H.G. Paddock, insurance. (5/5/1853)

7/20/1853
Isaac Rice has sold out his meat market.  Please settle with L. Montague who has the books (6/1/1853)

7/20/1853
Clark's Excelsior Churn may be seen at the house of E.S. Perkins - Wm. H. Hayes. (5/10/1853)

7/20/1853
A.T. Cross, painting and trimming at the carriage factory of Combs & Shute, nearly opposite the Presbyterian Church. (5/26/1852)

7/20/1853
O. Ransom, selling limestone at his kiln, at Chittenango Falls on the plank road. (6/1/1852)

7/20/1853
S.L. Greenwood, machines and machine beltings, has changed his business to be in readiness to supply calls for all kinds of machinery and blacksmithing at Ferndell, though he will still continue to manufacture and keep on hand horse powers, threshers, and separators as usual.  He tenders his services to mill owners as a mill-wright. (3/1/1853)

7/20/1853
Mr. & Mrs. Sigman have taken the store on the corner of Albany Street and the Park, dry goods and millinery. (4/15/1853)




Loose issue of August 17, 1853

8/17/1853
H.A. Coolidge, Editor and Proprietor of The Madison County Whig, Albany Street, 2 doors east of the bank.

8/17/1853
“School District No. 17 voted to remove the site of their school house east of the creek.  The house and lot of Dr. Waters, or that part of the lot west of a line drawn ten feet est of his woodhouse, has been purchased for the use of the district, for $1,500.00 ...”

8/17/1853
The Trustees of School District No. 17 will sell at auction on August 23 the present school house and lot, and also a lot of fruit trees upon the land now occupied by Dr. Watson.

8/17/1853
“In a few weeks we shall itemize the fact that L.D. Coman has a gang of carpenters at work erecting an upright addition to his residence.”

8/17/1853
“Lunk” Eggelston has got up a very safe and comfortable monster carriage to run to Syracuse and back each day during the Encampment.  The carriage will convey thirty persons; and, drawn by eight horses will be a splendid turn-out.

8/17/1853
Greenland & Son have a lot of serviceable vestings. (not dated)

8/17/1853
At the Bookstore can be found all the magazines, reviews, and periodicals of the day. (not dated)

8/17/1853
Lath for sale at Loomis’ candle factory - W.P. Bennett, Fenner. (8/16/1853)

8/17/1853
H.G. Paddock, Madison Mutual Insurance Co.. (5/5/1853)

8/17/1853
B.R. Wendell, Cashier at the Madison County Bank. (6/11/1853)

8/17/1853
Philo E. Blair has moved his tailor shop to his house one door east of the Bookstore. (9/6/1852)

8/17/1853
“Cabinet work and chairs neatly repaired by C.C. Webber.” (not dated)

8/17/1853
A. Foord has moved his drug store to the store next west of the Madison County Bank. (1853)

8/17/1853
Dr. T.L. Harris, Batonic Physician, has located himself a few doors north of Childs & Co.’s Marble Factory. (not dated)

8/17/1853
L.D. Coburn and Dr. A. Foord, drug stores. (1/4/1853)

8/17/1853
To let by K.N. Guiteau: the house next east of the Lincklaen House, now occupied by Samuel Thomas Jr..  Will put in a complete repair and available for rent by the first of April next. (12/29/1852)

8/17/1853
O. Ransom has lime for sale at his kiln at Chittenango Falls on the plank road. (6/1/1852)

8/17/1853
Dr. Foord’s Tonic Cordial “For sale in every Town and Village in this country.” (not dated)

8/17/1853
Chickens for sale at the toll gate one mile south of the village by Joseph Greenland. (not dated)

8/17/1853
Hough & Co., tools, dry goods, groceries. (7/11/53)

8/17/1853
Greenland, William, & Co., tan bark wanted at their tannery during the summer months. (6/22/1853)

8/17/1853
J. Woodward wants 1,000 pairs of wool socks. (not dated)

8/17/1853
Crandall & Moseley, books, paper hangings, at the Book Store. (6/22/1853)

8/17/1853
Mrs. Borden, millinery, at her old shop on Lincklaen Street. (10/12/1852)

8/17/1853
Hobbie & Clarke, fabric and patterns. (3/16/1853)

8/17/1853
John Fairchild, L.D. Coburn, druggists. (not dated)

8/17/1853
John Hearsey continues to carry on the manufacture of domestic spirits and has on hand a good stock of the best rectified whiskey. (3/28/1853)

8/17/1853
John Whitney continues to manufacture and keep on hand the celebrated Madison County and Dutcher plows. (9/27/1852)

8/17/1853
J. Nickerson, caps and hats. (5/2/1853)

8/17/1853
W. Greenland & Son, ready made clothing, on Albany Street opposite Lincklaen Street. (10/26/1852)

8/17/1853
Large room to let in the second story of John Ryan’s new store, suitable for an office or a shop. (5/11/1853)

8/17/1853
John P. Phillips, new boot and shoe store, one door west of Dr. Foord’s drug store. (4/7/1853)

8/17/1853
Weld’s daguerrean Rooms, Hobbie & Clarke Block, opposite the Lincklaen House. (not dated)

8/17/1853
R. Thomas, Attorney and Counselor at Law. (not dated)

8/17/1853
L.A. Eggelston’s livery stable, rear of the crockery store. (not dated)

8/17/1853
W.H. Dwinnelle, MD, DDS, office third door south of Clarke & Hobbie’s store. (not dated)

8/17/1853
Peter A. Tousaint, hair cutting and shaving saloon, opposite Hough & Clough’s store. (not dated)

8/17/1853
J.W.T. Rice, mechanical and surgical dentist, office third door north of Hough & Clough’s store. (not dated)
 
8/17/1853
P.R. Osborn, barber and hair cutter, Albany Street, over D. Babcock’s restaurant. (not dated)

8/17/1853
K.N. Guiteau, insurance agent. (not dated)

8/17/1853
Coman, Lathrop, & Co., wholesale grocers and commission merchants, 46 Water Street, New York, L.D. Coman, W.K. Lathrop, and J. Livingston. (not dated)

8/17/1853
Joseph Nichols, tailor, opposite the bank, up stairs. (not dated)

8/17/1853
“Park House, Cazenovia, N.Y., east end of the village, opposite the Park.  Marsh & Allen, Proprietors.  Good accommodations on as reasonable terms as any other house in the State.  H.L. Marsh, D.F. Allen.” (not dated)

8/17/1853
J.F. Phelps, mechanical and surgical dentist, office on Albany Street, entrance one door east of Dr. Foord's drug store and two doors west of the bank. (not dated)

8/17/1853
Isaac Rice has sold out his meat market.  Please settle with L. Montague who has the books. (6/1/1853)

8/17/1853
Pulford & Sweetland, dry goods, etc.. (5/16/1853)

8/17/1853
Wm. H. Hayes, sells Clarke’s Excelsior Churn, E.S. Perkins, agent. (5/10/1853)

8/17/1853
C.C. Webber, cabinet ware rooms, second and third floor of Garrett’s harness shop, opposite Pulford & Sweetland’s, where he manufactures and keeps on hand “a large assortment of Cabinet Ware of all descriptions, of unexceptional style, material and quality of work - not surpassed by any in town ... .” (9/14/1852)

8/17/1853
Dr. Chamberlayne has moved his office to the wing of his residence on Lincklaen Street, second door above the Seminary. (not dated)

8/17/1853
C.C. Webber, coffins, ready made, kept on hand, or made to order. (not dated)

8/17/1853
M.B. Hubbard and Joseph Davies hope to be able to supply the community with a first rate article of brick after the middle of July. (3/7/1853)

8/17/1853
A.T. Cross continues to paint and trim carriages at the carriage factory of Combs & Shute, nearly opposite the Presbyterian Church. (5/26/1852)

8/17/1853
Pulford & Sweetlands, dry goods and groceries. (5/14/1851, 5/17/1852, 9/27/1852, 3/30/1853)

8/17/1853
Hobbie & Clarke, dry goods and groceries. (9/28/1852, 3/28/1853)

8/17/1853
Hough & Co., dry goods and clothing. (4/18/1853)

8/17/1853
S.L. Greenwood, machines and machine beltings, has changed his business to be in readiness to supply calls for all kinds of machinery and blacksmithing at Ferndell, though he will still continue to manufacture and keep on hand horse powers, threshers, and separators as usual.  He tenders his services to mill owners as a mill-wright. (3/1/1853)

8/17/1853
Mr. and Mrs. Sigman, dry goods and millinery establishment, has taken the store on the south corner of Albany Street and the park. (4/15/1853)

8/17/1853
Cazenovia Carriage Factory of Combs & Shute, at the old shop on Albany Street nearly opposite the Presbyterian Church.  They keep on hand one and two horse carriages equal to any made in central New York. (5/26/1852)

8/17/1853
C.L. Keeler, marl and fresh burned stone lime, one mile below Chittenango Falls. (9/6/1852)

8/17/1853
S. Worlock & Sons, shingles, at Waterville (Bingley), 2 ½ miles north of Cazenovia. (2/22/1853)