Situated at the head of Black River Bay, and was formerly known as Fish Island. Limerick, a station on the Cape Vincent branch of the R.W. & O.R.R., is situated 1 1/2 miles from the village.
Babcock & Peck, grist and plaster mills.
Binninger H. sash, doors blinds and coffin manufacturer.
Binninger & Strainge, shingle manufacturers.
Bower Charles B. Bower's House.
Bower's House, C.B.Bower, proprietor.
Frost James, lumber dealer and saw, shingle and stave mill.
Hammond & Nutting, woolen mill and cheese box makers.
Hill, Gunn & Co. dry goods, groceries &c.
Hunter Thomas, harness maker.
Huntington Joseph, cheese box, sash, blinds and door maker and lumber dealer.
Maldoon Thomas, saloon.
McWAYNE J.D. dry goods, groceries, &c.
Morehouse George, wagon maker.
Moyer Solomon, blacksmith and wagon maker.
Powers & Wright, butter tub manufacturers.
Roseboon J.H. stoves and tinware.
Ross Wm. carriage maker.
Sill Edward, physician.
Smith Elias, billiard saloon.
Stewart Rev. J. Universalist clergyman.
Thompson Robert, shoe maker, also post master.
Van Allen Miss Emily, milliner.
Wilson H.H. grist mill.
Winn Wm. H. photographer.
Wood Rev. E. Presbyterian clergyman.
Wood H.F. telegraph operator.
Wood J.T. & H.F. grocers and druggists, also boots and shoes.
Wood O.M. & G.W. dry goods, groceries &c.
Wright Wm. blacksmith.
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