Sneath, Thomas S. / A directory of the city of Stoughton, and the villages of Edgerton, Milton and Milton Junction
Preface, p. 
In the accompanying pages we present to the citizens of Edgerton a directory of their village which will be found complete in every particular. The historical informati6n vas collected with great care, and the matter relating to churches, societies, etc., we obtained of responsible officers connected therewith. In registering the citizens we have been careful to get each name correct and locate it prop- er.ly. We find 347 names in our book, and reckoning on a 3 and i-16 basis, we find. the population of the village to be I,O62. There are 9o separate business firms, some of whom are engaged in several branches of trade, for instance sell- ing groceries'as well as dry goods. We append a list of the various branches of business pursued, with the number engaged in each: Agricultural implements, 4; attorney, i bank, i ; barbers, 2; billiards, 2; blacksmiths, 4; station- ery, I ; boots and shoes, 8; brick, i ; builders, 5; carpet weavers, 4; cigar manufacturers, 3; clothing, 6; dentists, i ; dressmakers, i; druggists, 2; dry goods, 6; fur- niture, i; flour and feed, 2; general merchandise. 6; gro- cers, 8; hardware, 2; harness, I ; hats and caps, 6; hotels, 2; ice dealers, I ; jewelry, 2; leaf tobacco, 15 ; live stock, 2; livery, 3; lumber, 2; painters, i; photographers, i; physicians, 5; markets, 3; milliners, 2; music teacher, i; newspaper, I; restaurants, 2; saloons, 7; tailors, 2; tin- ware, 2; wagonmakers, 3.
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