Clark County, Ohio

History and Genealogy

Springfield in 1868

From Springfield Directory for 1868-9, Williams & Co., 1868


YOUNG MENS' CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION—Rooms, no. 13½ E. Main street. Dr. Isaac Kay, President; A. S. Dunlap, Corresponding Secretary; J. Lamar Coleman, Recording Secretary; J. W. Gunn, Librarian; Dr. D. Phillips, Treasurer. Free Reading Room, open day and night.

SPRINGFIELD BOARD OF TRADE—Room, 26 South Limestone street. E. B. Cassilly, President; Chas.Morgan, Secretary; W. S. Field, Treasurer.

AMERICAN CORNET BAND—Meets south side of Main street between Market and Limestone.

SPRINGFIELD GAS LIGHT AND COKE COMPANY—Office, 55 South Limestone street. John Kinsman & Co., Lessees.

CLARKE COUNTY MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION—A. Bradford, President; Wm. Blakeney, Vice President; Thos. P. Clarke, Secretary; E. S. Babcock, Wm. Black, J. W. Coles, C. A. Hathaway, E. R. Houtssenpiller, John H. Thomas, T. B. Peet, J. H. Arbogast, E. T. Ridenour, Directors. Meets every Saturday evening at Rover Hall.

CLARKE COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY—Amos Whiteley, President; L. B. Sprague, Vice President; Smith McArthur, Recording Secretary; Asa S. Bushnell, Corresponding Secretary; Luther Brown, Treasurer. Adam Neff, Smith McArthur, ASa S. Bushnell, Luther Brown, Henry Harnish, H. L. Runyan, Joseph Catcart, William Addis, J. B. Nicklin, P. P. Mast, D. O. Heiskell, D. Thatcher, Managers.


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