U. and M.V. Railroad, Frankfort, N.Y.

Source: Boyd's Business Directory of Utica, Rome, Camden, Lowville, Washington Mills, Oriskany falls, Clayville, Richfield Springs, Little falls, Herkimer, Sherburne, Norwich, and intermediate Railroad Villages. Compiled by Andrew Boyd, 1871-72, Gilbert & Salisbury, Booksellers, 177 Genesee St., Utica, NY.

"Frankfort is a small village situated near the New York Central Railroad, about nine miles from Utica. It contains three churches, two hotels, a woolen mill, flour mill and saw mill, also a distillery and large match factory."

AISTON, John, shoemaker, Litchfield

BALL, L. O. Miss, milliner, Main
BARKER, B. F. Rev., pastor Methodist Church
BATES, David G., harnessmaker, Main
BRIDENBECKER & Co. (W. J. W. and W. H. Bridenbecker), flour mill, distillery and general store, Litchfield
BROOKS, C. W., tailor, Main
BUDLONG, A. J., American Merchants' Union Express agent, Main

CASLER, Barney, blacksmith, Main
CLARK, A. F., boot and shoe dealer, Main
CROSBY, Charles B., meat market and billiard saloon, Litchfield
CROSBY, W. W. & Bro., (T. S. Crosby), grocers and provisions, Main corner Litchfield

DAVIS, George, canal grocery
DEUEL, Walter, stoves and tinware, Litchfield
DIFFENBACKER, E., canal grocery
District School No. 9, J. S. SMITH principal;
DODGE, Jas., tailor, Litchfield
DUDLESTON, Jos. J., Jr., lawyer and notary public, Main
DURST, Eli, cooper, Orchard
DURST, L. B., cheese buyer, Main
DYGERT, Jacob, blacksmith, Litchfield

ECKERT, Francis, cigar manufacturer, Litchfield
Frankfort House, Peter MORAN, proprietor, Litchfield
Frankfort Literary Society, meets Wednesdays
Frankfort Lodge, No. 49, L. O. of G. T., meets every Friday

GATES, William, match factory, saw mill and general merchant
GOLDEN & BROWNE (D. M. Golden and Alonzo BROWN), liquors, wholesale and retail, Litchfield
GRANTS, A. J., mason, Litchfield
Graves Bros. (W. L. H. & C. J. GRAVES), dry goods and groceries, Main
GROOM, Wm., mason, Main

HAGER, Charles, carpenter, Main
Downer & Shepard, China and Glass, 53 Franklin Square, Utica
HAGER, S. A., surveyor, Main
HOARD, J. L., farmer and deputy sheriff
HOWELL, E. F., painter, main

KENYON, D. M., manufacturer and dealer in boots and shoes, Litchfield
KERR, Robert, woolen mills, Main

LINDSAY, A. Rev., pastor of Baptist Church

MARSH, Ely p., LAWYER, Litchfield
McGOWAN, A. C., dry dock and grocery
MORAN, Peter, proprietor Franklin House, Litchfield
MYERS, Jeremiah, carriage maker, Main

Nolton & Borden (A. S. NOLTON and W. BORDEN), druggists, Main

Olive Branch, No. 40, meets second and fourth Tuesday

PARKHURST, W. H. H., physician, Main
PHILLIPS, Wilbur M., livery, Main
PIPER, W. L., postmaster and W. U. telegraph agent, Main

RENK, John, cooper
RICHARDSON, C. C., pastor Universalist Church
ROBINSON, R. L., assistant assessor

SAX, Nicholas, saloon, Main
SCHUYLER, A. W., hairdresser, Main
SHELDON, I. W., furniture dealer and proprietor of pottery, Litchfield
SHIFF, P. A., physician, Main
SMITH, C. W. & G. A., cheese factory
STARING, W. J., carpenter, Main
STEELE, A. B. & J. A., lawyers, Main

Tisdale & Abbott (E. M. TISDALE and C. W. ABBOTT), carriage makers, Main
WHEELER, J. J., carpenter
WICKENS, W., carriage maker, Main
WINANT, Harvey, Winant's Hotel, Main
Winant's Hotel, Harvey WINANT, proprietor, Main

Olive Branch Lodge No. 40 - ads from a quarter of a century later at bottom of page

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