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Sneath, Thomas S. / A directory of the city of Stoughton, and the villages of Edgerton, Milton and Milton Junction
(1882)

Historical sketch,   pp. [39]-50


Page 50

50           STOUGHTON CITY DIRECTORY.
POST OFFICE
The first postmaster of Stoughton was Forest Henry, apl-
pointed in I8482 His successors have been Thomas How-
land, E. Beardsley, Emerson F. Giles, Squire Sibley, John
R. Boyce, A. C. Croft and the present incumbent J. M. Hib-
bard.
The present mail arrangements are as follows: Mails
for the west close 5:15 p. m., arrive from the west 12:40 p.
m.; mails for the east close I2:3R p. m., arrive from the
east 5:40 p. m. Mails for Cambridge, Christiana and Utica
by stage close Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 2:00
p. m., and arrive on same days of the week at I i:oo a. m.
'Office open daily except Sundays and legal holidays, from
8 a. m. to 8 p. m., on legal holidays from 8 to 9 a. m., and
from 12 m. to 2 p. m. and from 4 to 6 p. m.
CITY OFFICERS.
Mayor-Jacob Wettlesen.
Clerk--Ole Christoffersen.
Treasurer-J. G. Baker.
Attorney-L. K. Luse.
aMrshal-H. J. Rhodes.'
Deputy Marshal-Edward Davis.
Justices-Ist Ward, H. A. Hoverson; 2d Ward, M. E.
Emerson.
Street Commissioner-M. E. Emerson.
Assessor-H. A. Hoversen.
Supervisors-First ward; Carl Rasmussen; Second ward,
C. E. Parrish.
City Council-J. S. Hutson, T. G. Mandt, K. Olson
M. Johnson.


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