ANAMOSA FOR 1867
HUGGINS, VAN NESS, WAGGONER, ATKINSON, KOFFITZ, POTTER, FIFIELD, REAGAN, JOHNSON, WILLIAMS, KELLEY, KOHL, TICE, ALDERMAN, WILLIAMS, HOAG, MCBRIDE, WALLACE, KINERT, LEE, FOXALL, BAKER, AUSTIN, SHERMAN, MATSON, PORTER, BROWN, PALMER, NILES, FERGUSON, LAMSON, FISHER, LEHMKUHL, WATERS, BRUNSKILL, METCALF, BELKNAP, BURRITT, NEEDHAM, ELLIS, TUTTLE, STRAIGHT, LOUNSBERRY, JOSLIN, JONES, MOORE, NICOL, KRAUSE, SHAW, WEAVER
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Date: 2/21/2020 at 12:41:45
Anamosa Eureka, Thursday, Jan 30, 1868, Anamosa, IA, Page: 2
ANAMOSA FOR 1867
Huggins & Van Ness, (with wagon shop,) J. Lee, (6 mos.,) A. W. Waggoner, H. Koffitz, Atkinson & Potter, G. P. Fifield, (6 mos.,) T. Reagan, (6 mos.)
Huggins & Van Ness, -Kohl, D. C. Tice, Cook & Smith. Sales (except Kohl) $11,000. Alderman & Williams, imported wagons, $450.
D. McBride, W. E. Hoag, (began Jan. 7, 1868.) Sales $1,000.
P. M. Wallace. Sales not reported
D. Kinert, Foxall & Baker. Sales $6,800.
Austin, Sherman & Co., Matson & Porter, (including reapers, &c.,) H. O. Brown, (6 mos.,) H. L. Palmer, (3 mos.) Sales, $52,560
GRAIN AND PORK DEALERS:
Niles & Ferguson, I. Fisher, Lamson & Bro. (3 mos.) We are unable to give the whole amount paid out by these parties, but it exceeds $136,000. C. T. Lamson has also paid out for wool, $5,000.
The dealers in reapers, threshers, plows &c., are Alderman, Williams & Palmer, H. Lehmkuhl, Matson & Porter, C. T. Lamson. Sales about $40,000.
J. Waters, S. Brunskill. Sales, $17, 325.
Fisher & Metcalf, John S. Belknap. Sales, $8, 185
Needham & Burritt. Business, $2,900.
O. M. Ellis, T. Tuttle. Sales, $3,400
Straight & Lounsberry, manufacture of rifles, &c. This firm have been in business but six weeks.
Hile & Metcalf, C. Joslin, D. L. Jones, Sales, $5,500.
Jos. Moore, F. Nicol. Sales, $1,800.
The celebrates quarries of Anamosa are located about three miles from town, on the D. S. W. R. R. the proprietors are, Krause, Shaw & Weaver, Phillip Haines & Co., Parsons & Webb. Total sales about $22,000
BUILDING, (NOT INCLUDING WALKS)
J. C. Dietz; improvements on dwellings, $1,094.
O. M. Ellis; improvements on Gallery, $400.
Straight & Liunsberry; shop and barn, 41,000.
G. P. Dietz; improvements on dwelling, $400.
N. G. Sales; building barn, $1,000.
T. Shields; shoe shop, $300.
S. G. Matson, improvements on dwelling, $500.
A. W. Waggoner; improvements on dwelling, $300.
Mrs. D. S. Wallace; dwelling, $1,000.
H. Lehmkuhl, brick block, 43x60, two stories, $3,000.
W. H. Hollenbeck, brick block, 30x60, $4,000. Improvements on dwelling, $300.
C. W. Hollenbeck, addition to store $400. Improvements on dwelling, $300.
Baptist Church, 36x62, 21 feet in clear, $6,000.
M. E. Church, improvements on same. $100.
R. A. Abell; brick dwelling, $1,200.
O. J. Soper; dwelling, $600.
D. Dunning; dwelling, $600.
D. Ferguson; improvements on dwelling, $500.
S. B. Tucker; improvements on store, $200.
C. L. Niles, dwelling, $2,200.
R. N. Fowler; improvements on hotel, $700.
A. Rolla; dwelling, $600.
Geo. Lehmann; dwelling, green house, &c., $3,000.
J. H. Fisher; dwelling, $1,300.
John Porter; dwelling, $600.
John Parsons, dwelling, $600.
H. C. Metcalf; barn, $800
F. Fisher, dwelling, $450
Fisher & Metcalf; improvements on harness shop, $400
G. Slingerland; improvements on dwelling, $150.
C. Cline; improvements on dwelling, $150
J. D. Walwort; barn $400
H. L. Palmer; brick block, 26x70, $3,500
J. A. Palmer; brick dwelling, $700
J. H. Brasted; Brick dwelling, $650
D. McCarn; brick dwelling $3,000
T. Perfect; dwelling, $2,200
G. H. Ford; barn $350
Mrs. Monroe; dwelling, $450
L. J. Jobson; improvements on dwelling, $350
B. L. Matson, do., $100
B. Chaplin, brick dwelling, $3,000
S. Brunskill, do block, $2,500
J. R. Campbell; dwelling, $500
W. M. Skinner; improvements on store, $150
A. P. Carter; do. On dwelling house &c., $125
Dr. Geo. Stanley, barn, $350
S. B. Tucker; improvements on store, $400.
H. W. A. Arment; improvements on dwelling, $100
H. O. Brown; do., $700
Joseph Moore; do., $400
Austin, Sherman & Co., improvements on store $150
Alderman, Williams & Palmer; do., do., $150
C. H. Lull; improvements on dwelling, $1,050
John Hicks; do., $250
O. W. Merrill; improvements on dwelling &c., $125
Mrs. Flathery; dwelling.
W. T. Shaw; stone woolen factory building, $10,000
J. P. Scroogs; dwelling, $600
A. B. Cox; improvements on dwelling, $300
S. P. Southwick; barn, $350
S. T. Pierce; barn, $450
T. H. Thompson; improvements on dwelling, $300.
H. L. Palmer; shop, $300
Mrs. Harmon; dwelling, $1,200
L. B. Pierce; dwelling, $400
A. Eager; dwelling, $400
There are various departments of business whose incomes we, of course, have no means of determining. It is certain that we have fallen far short rather than exceeding the aggregate her presented:
Total of sales, &c. ---$443,980
Do in grain, &c., ---$146,575
Grand Total---$673, 949
Congregational, Rev. O. W. Merrill, Pastor; M. E. Church, Rev. S. H. Henderson, Pastor; Methodist Church, Rev. Beardsley, Pastor; Baptist, Elder N. B. Homan, Pastor; Catholic, Rev. Shields, Pastor; Episcopal; Universalists, Joy (the remaining words are lost.)
Odd Fellows, organized in 1852; 100 members. Encampment I.O.O.F., organized in 1866. Masonic, organized in 1854; 70 members. Good Templars, organized in 1866, 225 members. We have also a library and lyceum organizations but these are not fairly in “running order.”
Grand Army Republic; organized Oct. 1865. No. of members 85.
Fisher House, R. N. Fowler, proprietor.
Waverly House, E. F. Clark, proprietor.
G. W. Field, J. S. Stacy, C. R. Scott. S. T. Pierce, D. McCarn, John McKean, J. L. Sheean, M. B. C. True, T. R. Ercanbrack, T. M. Wilkins, Parsons & Keeler, G. D. Bradley.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS:
Allopath’s-Drs. W. M. Skinner, S. G. Matson, E. Blakeslee, C. Joslin, D. A. Hungerford, Dr. Shaffer.
Matson & Eaton, C. Joslin, E. Blakeslee, J. S. Nicholson.
Stacy & Walworth
A. E. M. Harvey, J. B. McQueen, Wm. Dickerson, M. S. Wheaton, L. J. Jobson, Wm. Foley, L. B. Pierce, J. P. Scroggs, J. McCarthy, S. Courtright, J. Keller, S. A. Pope, J. H. Barnard, E. M. Littlefield, R. A. Abell, S. A. Lewis, F. L. Newberger, J. A. Palmer, H. L Palmer, J. A. Baker, J. E. Friend, --Coe, E. Preston, D. Chadwick, W. V. Field, L. N. Perkins.
Hall & Aldrich, G. Slingerland, W. Slingerland, Gilbert Slingerland, John Porter, G. C. Searle.
S. S. McDaniel, E. C. Holt, J. Holt, James Holt, J. Garber, J. Hoss, T. Buckley, O. W. Snyder, E. S. Newman, S. B. Tucker, O. W. Dunbar, C. P. Parsons, J. Finney, W. Barnard, E. Brown. Stone cutter, H. Dearborn.
J. Johnson, D. Kelley, H. E. Williams
The new buildings erected in 1867 exceed fifty in number. Of these four are brick
Business blocks and eight are brick dwellings. The brick dwellings are Judge McCarn, B. Chaplin and Geo. Lehmann are on the elevations north of Main Street and present a handsome appearance. The other brick dwellings are, one beyond the depot and the balance south of Main Street. The brick business block by Mr. Lehmkuhl is a fine and sold structure, just opposite the Fisher House and of greater elevation that the Katter. The second story is a large Hall for public uses, 44x60 feet. The Hall of sufficient capacity to serve general purposes for several years to come, and the cost of the whole building was $8,000.
It should be stated here that of the business block, built by H. L. Palmer, the second story is owned by the EUREKA office and was constructed expressly for a permanent printing office. Hence, unlike most printing offices, the light, so much needed, is ample.
The woolen factory, erected by W. T. Shaw, is (words lost to crease in paper) only the machinery to put it in successful operation. Another season will probably hear the hum of its wheels. This structure is of stone, strong and able to stand the wear and tear of centuries. Nearby is abundant room for enlargement.
Of sidewalk, when we state that they have cost, during the last year $5,300, we have said enough. These walks are board and durable.
Being ion the Dubuque Southwestern Railroad, and the railroad to Muscatine certain to be built, and that to Maquoketa equally certain someday-and because it is in the very nature of things-the prospects of Anamosa, when we compare its present with what it was ten years ago, are, in the highest degree, promising.
We leave 1867 and pass 1868 with the fullest confidence in the future of our town and county.
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