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1. B. S. Flersheim and Co. B. S. Flersheim and Co. 1879 Description of "one of the largest wholesale liquor establishments in Kansas City," at 414 Delaware Street.

2. C. M. Horner C. M. Horner 1879 Description of "Notions, Hosiery and Fancy Goods" store at 508 Delaware Street, owned by Charles M. Horner.

3. Excelsior Trunk Factory Excelsior Trunk Factory 1879 Description of business at 706 Delaware Street manufactring trunks and valises.

4. J. P. Campbell & Co. J. P. Campbell & Co. 1879 Description of "Jobbers of Teas, Fruits, Fancy Groceries and Confectionary" at 315 and 317 Delaware Street. Besides J. P. Campbell, W. C. Jameson, and C. A. Brown are partners in the business which was...

5. J. T. Welden J. T. Welden 1879 Located at 828 Delaware Street, J. T. Welden sold coffins.

6. Kendall & Emery Kendall & Emery 1879 Description of dealer in "Wholesale Boots and Shoes" at 312 Delaware Street and 108 West Fourth Street. The business was established in 1867 by W. W. Kendall and C. F. Emery.

7. Reber & Pizor Reber & Pizor 1879 Description of "Manufacturers and Jobbers of Cigars" at 423 Delaware Street, founded by Thomas Reber and Morris C. Pizor in 1878.

8. S. M. Todd & Co. S. M. Todd & Co. 1879 Description of business at 407 and 409 Delaware Street carrying furniture.

9. W. C. Glass W. C. Glass 1879 Description of "wholesale liquors" business at 421 Delaware Street, founded in 1873.

10. W. I. Nichols & Son W. I. Nichols & Son 1879 This livery and boarding stables was owned by William Nichols and his son Thomas Nichols. The stable was located on Delaware street.

11. Wilson, Fisher & CO. Wilson, Fisher & CO. 1879 Description of business at 406 Delaware Street carrying "Teas, Spices, Etc." They also stocked imported and domestic cigars. Along with William A. Wilson, H. C. Fisher and George Kennard were partners...