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Milmine, Geo. R. (ed.) / Racine advocate city and county residence and business directory of Racine, Wisconsin
(1876)

Corporations, associations, streets, etc.,   pp. [161]-169 PDF (2.2 MB)


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PADDOCK & 3A,8' office is over Post OMee.
164             RACINE ADVOCATE CITY
                    Telegraph Offices.
Great Western, 131 Main, John Bassindale operator.
Western Union, 134 Main, A. W. Guilbert, manager.
                         BANKS.
First National Bank, ne cor Main and Fourth, Organized. May
    1864', Capital $1oo,ooo, surplus and earnings Oct. i 1875, $1o5,-
    o83.38, Total $205,083.58. N. D. Fratt, President ; Darwin An-
    drews, Cashier
Manufacturers National Bank, nw cor Main and Fifth. Organ-
    ized March z6, 1871. Capital $250,000 ; urplus and earnings,
    Oct. 1, 1875, $51,052.29. Total $301,052.29. Jerome I. Case,
    President; B. B. Northrup, Cashier.
                      RAIL ROADS.
Chicago and Northwestern, freight and passenger depot, w Milwaukee
    n State, also at the junction A. Keep, President; A. A. Hobert,
    Supt., Milwaukee Division; R. Trist, Station Agent
Western Union, freight and passenger depot n Second,foot Wisconsin.
    General offices ne cor Main and Third. A. Mitchell, President;
    D. A. Olin, Gen. Supt; Fred Wild, Gen. Freight and Passenger
    Agent; N. J. Field, Station Agent
            HOSPITALS AND ASYLUMS.
St Luke's Hospital, sw cor Chippewa and Tenth, Rev. Jas. DeKoven,
    D. D. Pres; Ellen May, Treas; J.G. Meachem & Son, Physicians;
    Henry Nase, Steward ; Mrs. Henry Nase, Matron
Taylor Orphan Asylum, on Murray Avenue, outside city limits,
    Mrs. C. E. Dyer, Pres; John T. Fish, Sec'y; Mrs. Hobson,
    Matron.
           INCORPORATED COMPANIES.
RACINE BASKET MANUFACTURING Co., nw cor Clark and Fourteenth.
    Ornanized January 1875, Capital $25,0oo. F. Harbridge, Pres;
    G. Gorton, Secy and Treas.
RACINE FLOURING MILL Co., nw cor Main and Second. Organized
    1875, Capital $12,000. J. Vaughan, Pres; Ch. Heck, Secy; P.
    A. Herzog, Supt.
RACINE GAs LIGHT Co, Incorporated 1855 and re-organized 1866.
    Capital, $41,000. Office 136 Main. Works se cor Water and Camp-
    bell. Thomas Dickinson, Pres; C. Herrick, Secy.
RACINE HARDWARE MANUFACTURING Co., nw cor Sixteenth and Junc-
    tion Ave. Organized 1874, Capital $Ioo,ooo, I. J. Clapp, Pres;
    A. C. Fish, Secy; E. G. Durant, Supt.
RACINE PEOPLE'S GAS CO., organized 1870. Capital $xoo,ooo, office
    135 Main, works se c(r Sixth and Chatham. J,. H. Kimball, Pres;
    H. Raymond, Treas; M. R. Teegarden, Secy.


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