Owen's Janesville city, Rock County gazetteer, and directory: containing a complete city directory of Janesville; an alphabetical directory of the farmers and land owners of Rock County; also, a classified business directory, to which is added historical and descriptive sketches of Janesville, Beloit, Evansville, Edgerton, Milton, Milton Junction, Clinton Junction, Footville, Hanover, Emerald Grove, and other towns in the county
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Owen's Janesvile City Direct . U Third street, (North) 4th w of Court, run n efrom the river to OCc. n elia.I Thlrd street, (South) Sd, a of Oourt, runs n from the river to Sin- OWL Thomae street, eth w of Milton ave., runs n fiom Glen to St. May ave. Union street, ath s of Pleasant, runs w fror river to Jaksou. Walker itreet, 2d n of Glen, runes from the railroad to Milton ave. Walnut street, 7th w of entre ave., runs a from Pleasant to the river. Wall street, let n of Pleasant & W. Milwaukee, runs w from liver to Pine. Washington street, Ist w of Madison, runs n from Pleasant to Mineral Point ave., and n w to or. Pearl and Hyland ave. Washington street, (South) 6th s of Pleasant, runs e from Centre ave. to Jackson. Water street, 1st e of the river, rums a from Ceurt three blooks. Western ave., 7th a of Pleasat, runs w from the river to the limits. William street, 8th w of Milton ave., runs n from Glen to S. Mary's ave. Wisconsin street, (North) 41h e of the river, runs a from Court to Har- mony. Wisoonsin street, (South) 4th a of the river, runs a from S. let ou blookm. COMMERCIAL REVIEW. In commencing the editorial department of our work we desire it to be understood that we purpose being strictly impartial in our exhibit of the different mercantile Interests. We intend taking up each brunch of trade and mentioning the leading houses Irrespective of the patron. age bestowed on this work The largest manufacturing establishment In our city Is the Janesville Cotton Manufacturing Company, Who have crested an immense factory, employing over one hundred and twenty-ve hands, and running two hundred looms, oapacty for manufaeturing nine thousand yards per day. They have already ce- ated an Immense demand for their fabrics and cannot at present sup. ply the demand.
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