Entries in maroon font have been transcribed from Johnson's New Universal Cyclopaedia, published in 1876 by A.J. Johnson & Co., New York.
Park, township of St. Joseph county, Michigan, on Kalamazoo division of Grand Rapids and Indiana railroad. Population 1274.
1 - Park (Parkville)
2 - North Park (Mint)
3 - Moorepark (Lutheran Church)
5 - South Park
6 - Center Park
Lockport, post-village and township of St. Joseph county, Michigan, on the Michigan Air-Line railroad. Population of village 1553; of township 3456.
Three Rivers, post-village, St. Joseph county, Michigan, 28 miles south of Kalamazoo, at the crossing of
Kalamazoo division of Michigan Southern and Air-line division of Michigan Central railroads, on St. Joseph River; has 6 churches, 2 union
schools, 3 flouring mills, 4 pump-factories, 2 foundries, 1 threshing-machine factory, 1 paper-mill, 2 planing-mills and lumber-factories,
2 cigar-factories, 2 newspaper and job-printing offices, 4 hotels, magnetic bath-house, 2 national banks, domestic, British and German
money-order post-office - in all, 175 places of miscellaneous business and stores. Buildings mainly brick, and new; deals largely in
peppermint oil and wheat, the products of the country. The town and surroundings are beautiful, and population and business increasing.
7 - Riverside
9 - Old City (Bowman Park)
10 - Unknown Site
|Locality||Business Name||Type of Business||Noted Time-Frame||Notes|
|Three Rivers||Mrs. W.W. Vosburgh||Millinery||1891|
|Three Rivers, 2nd Ward||Moyer & Co.||Meat Market||Dissolved Oct. 1891||Owners F.M. Bellman & Frank Moyer; Bellman retired, bought out by John Spink.|
|Three Rivers||First State Savings Bank||Bank||Opened for business, Aug. 20, 1891||Directors: Cyrus Roberts, J.W. French, W.J. Willits. Cashier, George T. Wolf.|
|(Three Rivers)||Seekell Brothers||General Grocers||1891|
|(Three Rivers)||Bateman & Hollowell||Hardware||1863|
|Three Rivers||George Neidhart||Furniture||1876||Custom orders also taken|
Florence, post-township of St. Joseph county, Michigan. Population 970.
11 - Peeke (Peek)
12 - Calhoon (Calhone, Calhoun)
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