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Pott's directory of the city and county of Sheboygan, 1897-98
(1897)

Pott's directory of Sheboygan County 1897-98. Alphabetical list of post-offices,   pp. 89-104


Page 98


                            H. J. NEUENS,
MONEY TO LOAN                 "J
                           802-804 N. 8th St., 2d floor.
98        SHEBOYGAN COUNTY DIRnCTORY.
     Gustav Truttschel,
                   DEALER IN
Wines, Li,]ors and Gigars.
      Dancing Hall and Picnic Grounds.
             MOSEL, WIS.
             MOSEL-CoNLUDUD.
Balleberg Ernst, carp.
Bergner Herin., cheese mfr.
Bergner Mrs., saloon.
Beuchel H., cheese factory.
Brandes Henry, saloon and
  cigarmfr.
Cleveland Creamery Co.
Erdmann Carl, saloon.
Franzmeier Bros., hotel and
  gen. store.
Immanuel Luth. Church,
  Rev. M. Denninger, past.
Kalk Win., cheese mfr.
Karstedt Ferd., cheese mfr.
Poppe Chas., carp.
Schreiber Bert, creamery.
St. Markus Evang. Church,
  Rev. Ph. Albert, pastor.
St. Peters Luth. Church,
  Rev. M. Denninger, past.
TRUTTSCHEL GUST.,
  hotel, saloon and post
  office.
Vandasky Jos., blksmith.
Werner H., mason.
Wilbert Val., carp.
Wilke Aug., well borer.
              ONION RIVER.
A settlement on Onion river, half mile east of Waldo.
               OOSTBURG.
A flourishing village and station on the C. & N. W. Ry.,
  10 miles south of Sheboygan. Mail daily. John Theune,
  postmaster.
Beernink Garret, blksmith.
Brill John P., hardware.
Daane Jennie, milliner.
Daane P. & Son, flour mill
  and lumber.
Demunk William, miller.
DULLMES & KREUNEN,
  cheese mfg.
FUHRIMANN JACOB,
  saloon, general store
  and meat market.
Grotenhuis Bertus, blksmith,
Jacob Cierend Undertaker and Embalmer,
                       704 N. Eighth Street.


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