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UNITED STATES CITY DIRECTORIES 




1882-1901 

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Pages 1351-1356 appeared lacking in I the 
New York Historical Society's copy of the 
1892 Atlanta City Directory. However, 
after cui examination of two additional 
copies held by the Atlanta Historical 
Society, it was determined that this was 
most probably an error in pagination. 



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Aflnntn r,t,, Dirninn/. 

W. M. Goodrich & Co., JlrehftBcrs. 

eiven fr^ IT . , • "'^*^^- ^De..tres. Opera Houses 'Hot..l« \f '^rriase .Houses, Barns 

gnen to Eccle.ust.cal Architecture i„ all its deuui" "^^--'"-nts. etc. Special attentio.' 

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For Preliminary Studies. General Dr.... • • ^ ^^"^ • ' * ' 

and Superintendence '"^- ^^^^^^'fi^ations. Details 



Partial Services as follows 

For PreliniinarvStu>li 



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For Preliiniiiary Studies 



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Charsres are baspd nT.;.r, t», *• ^^''^^ ^"'^ (^ fidlf per cent 

C. and B. Elecrpic Gonipany. 

Electrical Contractors, 

. . Elestrical supplies always on hand." Telegraph instaenfs. 



,_^ ^ General Southern Agents for the 

origl^lI!:"""'«"'Sg device by which thousands Of --.opie. can V ' . ' 

fVi. •• ' - .^'^" '^''" ^* produced from one 

39 Nortft Broad Street. c *. ^ ^. 

C. «e C. ELECTRIC CO. 



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AND CDflJSIUFACTURHR- 



IMPERIAL CREAM BREAD.' 



CRACKERS, CnfiDY, CAKES, ETC. 



68 & 70 E. Alabama St., 



ATIiflHTfl, Gfl. 



"Improvements tlw order of the a«e " 

JOHN BRATTON, Agt. 

SMimPREMIER TYPEWRITER CO. 



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ATLANTA, GA. 






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ROOM 46 OLD CAPITOL BUILDING, 

ATLANTA, - GEORGIA. 



PROFESSIONAti CHAHGESI 

For Preliminary Studies, General Drawing, Specifications, 

Details and Superintendence ; Five per cent. 

PARXIAI. SERVICKS AS KOI^I^O^WS : 

For Preliminary Studies On© Per cent. 

For Preliminary Studies and General Drawings Two per cent. 

For Preliminary Studies, General Drawings and 

Specifications Two and a half per cent. 

For Preliminary Studies, General Drawings, 

Specifications and Details Three and a half per cent. 

Charges are based upon the actual o.jst of luiilding and fees are successively due 
in the order of the above classiticution. 




21 WEST PETERS, STREET, 

BUIUDBR OF 

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GAF{^^IAGES and BUGGIES, 

Wagons, Drays, Carts, Etc. . 

REPAIRING AND FINE PAINTING NEATLY DONE. 



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Atlanta City Directory. 



E. C. PROUTY 



-THE 



F. R. HODGE. 



Bdtterfield Sprip^ Bed 

IS THE BEST ON THE MARKET. 



Isl! lour Dealer (or tlie Sutterfiell Ipi anl talie lo Other. 




The ♦ Batterfield was awarded a Silver Medal at the 
=^''^=^'^ =^:^^ New England Fair, al-^o two First 
Premiums and Three Diplomas at other Fairs where 
it has been exhibited. 






The ♦ Battepfie ld was also awarded a Medal at the 

— ^E^^ Piedmont Exposition, held at 

Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 19th to Nov. 7th, 1891. 

A trial will convince you that the Butterficld 
IS the best. It is the only Spring made that has the Elastic Spring 
and Brace, each spring being coupled on the surface by side 
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-MANUFAITrRED BY 



I42A Whitehall St., ATLANTA, GA. 





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ESTABUISHED 1861. 



iNCORPORf^TED 1887. 



THE UOWRY BHNKINC CO 

OF ATLiAlMTA, GA. 

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Capital Paid in 
Surplus 



$350,000.00 
70,000.00 



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Commenced Business under State Charter. May 1. 1868 



ROBERT 0. UOWRY. Prcst. THOS. O. MEADOR, Vicc-Pitcst. 

JOS, T. ORME, Cashiier. 



GEO. W. PARROTU 

President. 



C A. COLLIER. 

Vice-President 



JACOB HAAS, 

Cashier 



CAPITAL CITY BANK 



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Capital, 
Surplus, 
Undivided Profits, 



s.">00,00<> 

100,000 

10,000 



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Accounts of Banks, Bankers, Individuals and Corpo- 
rations solicited, and favorable terms promised. 



Pers'-'iial attention trivr-n to all l'U«irses<. and the best service rendered our patrons 
in tbf treatm'^nt <•! their :avo^^. S^^K-ial attenti<>Q e ven to collections in this State 
and all over thf icitrd -tat-s. Buy and >ell Bills of Kxchang^.- on Great Britain. Ire- 
land. <jermanT. >'rance and on a'l f'Tei^':: r-ountries. 



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. THE 0LDE5T NflTIOHflL PflNK IN AILAWJA. 

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Allanra Narional Bank, 



7^TL7^1SIT7=^, GEORCIT^. 



CAPITAL, $150,000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $210,000.00. 

JA1IEJ9 SWAIVBr. Pr<>»l<lent PA 1 1. RO:^ARK. Vlce-FreMldent. 

C. E. 4 ITRKIER. Cashier. 






Regular Correspondent, Fourth National Bank, New York. 



Deposit Your Spare Money 



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SAVINGS DEPARTMENT 



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ta kt a&d, hki Cospaiy, 

Cor. Pi-jor and Alabama Street.s. 



Deposits of $1.00 and upuiards received. 



W. A. HEMPHILL. A. D. ADAIR, H. T. INM-N 

CHAS. BEXJ. WILKINSON, CHAS. N. FOWLER, 



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W. R. HAMMOND, 
A. RICHARDSON. 



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ROBBINS & BRO., Proprietors. 

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J. G. Thrower's Invalid Lift & Support. 

ATLANTA, GA. 
T4>stimoiiial8 

Meridian, Miss., June 26, 1890. 
Mr. J. G. Thrower, Atlanta, Ga.: 

Dear Sir: Having thoroughly tested, 
and in fact used one of vour Lifting Ma- 
chines for some time, I feel it my dutv as 
well as pleasure to express my apprecia- 
tion of this wonderful invention. My 
mother has been unable to walk for over 
two years, and as she weighs about 275 
pounds, I had to keep two stout women 
hired to wait on her. Since I got the Ma- 
chine, the cook with the assistance of anv 
of the five, seven or eight vear old little 
girls can handle her with perfect ease to 
the cook, and much more so to mother 
than two women could. It is a gregf 
economy, to say nothing of the extra 
ea.se with which you can handle a person. 
The extra woman cost me $5 per month 
and her board, which is, to sav the least 
of it, worth $10. ?15 per month, or $180 
per year. It will pay for itself the first 
year and have $130 clear profit left. Wish- 
ing you success, I am vours trulv, 

THOS. M. FERGUSON. 
Mr. J.\mes G. Thrower : 

Dear Sir: I take pleasure in recom- 
mending Mr. Thrower's Lifting Machine 
to all helpless invalids. For six years I 
have been confined to a wheel cha'ir from 
paralysis, requiring two stong servants 
to lift me. Being induced to trv his Ma- 
chine, I have fonnd it of inestimable ben- 
efit. A child can lift or lower me with 
ease and without pain or distress of any 

„,,. f,^ , r *i. 1. J ^ kind to either of us, and I feel happv in 

my freedom from the bondage of servants. I would not part with mv Machine for anvthing 

humJ'InSf^"' to the kind friend ofthe suffering whose heart and braii o^l^inJfed tSfs 
numanv m\ention.^ Mrs. M. T. CASTELBERRY. 

Elberton, Ga., Julv 14, '90. 
J. G. Thrower, Atlanta, Ga.: 

Dear Sir : The Machine came duly to 
hand, had no trouble in putting together. 
We tried the working of it this morning 
\vith perfect success. It w s the first 
time my mother has been off the bed in 
11 eleven weeks. You can imagine how 
relieved she was * * Aug. 22, '90. "As 
to the working of the machine. I don't see 
how we could have gotten along without 
it. We use it nearlv everv dav, and it 
rests her so much , and "then the bed 
feels so much better when she lies down 
after being made up and aired well. 

I am yours truly, B. B. BRASWELL. 




ASSISTING PAHEN1 TO WALK. 



Griffin, Ga.. Sept. 23. 1890. 
J. G. Thrower, Atlanta, Ga.: 

Dear ^ir : I was thrown from mv buggv 
in June and my hip was broken. "l coul'd 
not be moved except by the assistance of 
four 4 men and then with much pain. I 
received one of your Lifts and Supports, 
and was then moved with the greatest 
ease and satisfaction. Your invention is 
a blessing to invalids. I do not see how I 
could successfully have passed through 
the ordeal without the aid of your inven- 
tion. I most cheerfully recommend it. 
M. j. DANIEL, M. D. 



For further particulars write the Inventor 
or call and see the machine in operation 

At 9 1-2 E. Alabama St., ATLANTA. 




From Chair to Bed or to any position desired. 



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Atlanta Citj/ Diveetonj. 



Patent Safe and Extension Table. 

STATE AND COUNTY RIGHTS 



-FOR SALE BY 




W. M. ARNOLD, 

"CTpliolsterer aand I^epairer 
Of all kii:icls^ of F^xxt^txlttxrrG. 



6 Trinity Ave. 



ATliANTfl, GA. 



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Is a Fraternal and Beneficial Order, Chartered under the 
Laws of Massachusetts, May 12th, 1890. 



The following table will explain the amount of each assessment 
on the several certificates which the Order issues, and Avill also 
show the weekly sick benelit attached to each for five weeks in each 
year, also the value of each certificate after three, six and nine 
months membership. 



Amount of 
Assessment. 


Weekly 

Sick Benefits. 


Amount payable 
in one year. 


PAID AT DEATH. 


$2 00 

1: 50 

1 00 

50 


$10 00 
7 50 
5 00 
2 50 


$100 00 
75 00 
50 00 
25 00 


After three months membership, one- 
fourth amount of certificate. 

After six months membership, one- 
half amount of certificate 

After nine months membership, three 
fourths amount of certificate. 











DISTRICT OFFICES, 42 NORTH BROAD STREET. 



C. R. 3IcKENZIE, Manager Department of South. 

O. W. FOOTE, District Deputy Supreme President. 
C. L. FOOTE, District Secretarv. 

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Ladies and Gentlemlen are Admitted on ^ 

Equal Terms. / 



No Medical Examination Required. 



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Atlanta Citi/ J)iirctoni. 



lisrAiit.isiii:!) is<ir», • 



PAt^SOflS 8t BOSTICK, 




i) Real Estate Brokers. M 






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LOANS NEUOTlATEl). 



Miierd, Tiier ad Comtr; Lails For Sals. 

Houses and Other Property Rented. 



Correspondence Solicited. 



2 South Broad St., 



ATLANTA, GA. 



Walters, huotries, 

BUILDER'S SUPPLIES. 



Interior Decorations, Etc. 



Samuel Caboi"? Creosote Stain, Brick Preservative and Anti-Pyre Paint. 
S. Bowen's Sons Pecora Mortar Stain. 

Jas. G. Wilson'*; Rolling. Wnetian. sliding and Folding Blinds. 
G. W. Koch's Parquet. Mo«aie and Inlaid Floors. 

The Michigan Radiaorand Iron Manufacturing Co's 'Perfection** Radiators, 
The Gardner Steel Sash Ribbon. Pulleys and Attachments. 
F. M. Hicks A: (^'os Sidewalk and Vault Lights. 

Chiis. A. Conklin Mfg. < o"s. Old Fashion and Lenox. Stamped and Guaranteed 
Tin Plate. 

Fresco Painting. Fine Wall Papering. Etc 
Mantels, Grates. Tiit-s, Etc.— Roofing Slate. 
. The Hildreth Varnish Co. 

IRC»' WORK :— Wrought Iron Fence. Automatic Carriatre Gates. Cresting and 
Terminals. Wire < 'tfice and Counter Railings. Wire Flower Stands, stable Fixtures, 
<^^opper Weather Vane.-. Fire E-capes. Balronies, Stairs, Brackets, Yaq., Lawn Seats, 
Vases. Hitching-Posts. < "arriage B]f>cks. Steel and Iron Jails and Vault Work, Station 
House Cages and Structural Iron Work. 



47 Old Capitol Building, 



RTliANTA, Gfl. 




. Peters St. 



Manufacturers of 



Slair Cases, Maitels, Store aid Dice Fisliires, 

Fine Front and VestifaulB I] oars. 



Clayton Sewing Machine Motor, 



Atlanta^ Georgia. 



Used by 

Dr. K. H. Botand, 
Dr. V. Woolley, 
J. W. Goldsmith, 
Mrs. W. J. Wood, 
A. J. Haygood, 

Mrs. W. W. 

Thompson 

A&i many otheri is 
Atlanta. 



Salesroom, 89 aod 91 Whitehall St. 




Electro-Plating 

polisl^in^ 

AND 

bacqerin^ 

Done Promptly. 

FACTORY, 
293 ^297 

Marietta St. 
Office, 17 1-2 Peachtree St 



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i^tlanta • G Weal -^chool. 

II6Y2 Peaclitvee Street. .^ . 



Bo^S and ^oun^^ Men are fitted for ^olle^e ; but special 
I attentior\ is ^iOen to I^^adin^, 09ritin^, §pellir\^ 

and <^Ht}?metic. 



B. T. HUNTER, A. M. , 
English^ Drawing^ Science, 

deWitt c. ingle, a. ]vi!, 

Latin ^ Oreek^ Mathematics. 

\ 8. R. WEBSTER, [Moore's Business College.] 

« Penmanship. 

Circulars containing full information sent on application. 



^LECTROPOISE VICTORY. 

i MANUFACTURED AT DETROIT, MICH, 



-BY 



DB. SANCHE, the Inventor and Discoverer. 

kuRES TYPHOID FEVER 



-AND- 



A.11 DisGo^ses Without Medioine. 



On applicatio7i will furnish best city testimonials. 
For sale at $30 cash^ by 

. ALEXANDER BECK, State Agent, 

23 J W. Alabama St., -. - - ATLANTA, GA. 



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J AS. A DAVIS, PateiUee and President. J. T. STEWART, Ortrre»pondent and Secretary. 

THE J AS. A. DAVIS 

Water Wheel and Machinery Go. 

The Water Wheel and Mill Machinery a Specialty. 

SaAV Mills, Grist Mills, Gins, Presses, Iron and Steel 
Sliaftiugr, Cast and Mortice Gearing-, Pulleys, (Wood and 
Iron,) Cast, Wrou^^ht and Steel Piping:, Rubber and 
Leather Belting: and Mill Supplies grenerally. 



Correspoiidenee and Orders Solicited ; Prompt and per- 
! soiial attention given to same. 



Write for Prices and Cash Discounts on the latest improved 

Wheel and other Machinery. 




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Afhintn Cifu nii'Moni. 



S. A. ALBRIGHT 



PRACTICAL 



Plumber, Steam & Gas Fitter. 




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Best of Work. 

All orders executed with 
dispsitch. 



,V Uist Wall St. 

CE.\TE\MAL BUILDING. 




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Blank Books. 



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i Do you lioz'c our line of attract iz-r^ 

Quick Selling Blank Books and Tablets? 

If yd^i do not Ji'avc our goods in your store it zcill 
be to raur interest to lerite for our Catalogue and 

priees, 1 ° 

JVe munufaeture our oicn paper and eonvert it in- 
to shape for the Bid uh ^OOk Trade, andean 

offer ym special inducements to handle our line, 

I ROARING SPRING BLANK BOOK CO. 

Roaring Spring, Pa. 



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C. BEERMANN. President. 



A. STEINER. Sec and Treas. 




Breuiing and |ce Gompanu 

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Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, 



AND 






•^•ICE TVYhnufhcturers.-^ • 



OFFICE. BREWERY AND ICE FACTORY. 



Corner Courtland and Harris Streets.' 



J. J. FHBER, 

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j 28 Whitehall Street. 

Photographs, 

Crayons, Pastels, Oil Paintings, Etc. 



Copying Old and Faded Pictures a Specialty. 



Fiue Work Guaranteed. Examination Solicited. 



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[flanta City Du'edorij. 




CARTER'S 



style A— Bottle 50 per cent, larger 
than other brands, stretcher to hold 
cloth when working, pen-holder and 
trio pens. 

Style B—i5ottle alone in special box. 
For 'sale by the manufacturers. 

Style C— An oblong cardboard box 
with polished wooden stretcher, six 
of these fastened to an ornamental 
card and mounted as an easel. 



CARTER, DINSMORE&CO. 

Boston, New York and Chicago, 

■ . f -<(KND BV)))- 

Who also have a Full Line of CARTER'S Inks, Writing Fluids and Mucilage. 



WILLIAM TONK ^ BRO., 

I Manufacturers and Importers of every kind of 

n^usical Fl^ercliandiise, 

The Edwin Guitars, Sterling Banjos, 

lEuterpe Band Instruments, 

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Ernmet Professional Harmonicas, 
Beau Ideal Violin Strings. 

Asfe \-our JMtisic Dealer for thGirt. 

WILLIAM TONK & BRO. 
26 Warren Street, New York. 



Atlanta City Directory. 



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m mm mdu mm m m mam, 

Home O ffice, Atlanta , Georgia. 

CAPITAL, $5,000,000. SHARES, $100.00 EACH 
! Assets January 1st, 1892, $700,000. 



HENRY L. ATWATER, President. 

WM. C. HALE, Secretary. 

L. J. LAIRD, Manager of Agencies. 



OPFIoeRS 



R. ii.°F"A'^l'AR'.l--r^r;.°r"' ''^- '"^ ''«■>'• 
ELLIS & GRAY, General CounseL 



Inve»itnieiit 81,000 at Maturity. 

Estimate of the Cost and Profit 
ON Ten Shares. 



Membership Fee • i/mn 

Eighty-three months at 9^'l"J^^":'Z'Z. 498 00 



I.oaii, 81,000 in Cafch. 



20 00 



Total cost in 7 years sog OO 

ieisCosV°^°^ ^-'^^^^ I'OOO 00 

^esscost 5Qg QQ 

• 9 492 00 



Membership Fee for 20 Shares % 

Monthly dues, $12.00 per month for 83 

months ggg qq 

Interest, $5 per month for 82'montiis " 410 00 



Amount obtained in the beginine in 
•ash 



Profit 



$1,426 00 
1,000 00 
9 426 00 



Estimated cost of loan, only 
Probable rental value of a |l,o6b house 

; 912.50 per month $1 050 00 

For 20 shares multiply above results bv 2 • " ""^ ''^^^ '° borrower :::; '426 00 

U wiuri!" I ' '^f 'r ' ""'' '"• ' ' «^°^*°^ ^ «l^-r profit to borrower of |"l24^ 

inL^arirn?s%T7.?oTer''m^^n't°h^^ KS?^- '^^^ fa^Xr^S^aftS^b^^?^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^ ^^^ -'^ 
usual monthly outlay for rent, but acq™?red a home af «n «.t..^? beginning, and not only saved his 
For full particulkrs call on or address th? *'°^' °^ ^^ ""^"^^^ P^^ ^y- 

HOME OFFICE, Rooms 1. 2 and 3 Gould Building, ATLANTA, GA. 




^ & Bailey, 

Wholesale Liquors, 






Fine Wines and Liquors for Family and Medicinal use. 
j COUNTRY TRADE SOLICITED. j 

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Agents for Ballentines Champagne Beer. 

Try our "Puck" and "Pelican Club" Rye Whisky. 

43 P..ch;r.e S,r.., "OSE * BAILEY. 



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Gonpkte Md for the Piaoo-Forle. 

An Entirely New Book, Very Simple, Clear,- Concise and Progressine. 



It Contains a ^mplete and lucid descrip- 
tion of the rudii ieuis of music. 

ItContmns musical writing lessons ol 
great value to.tt^e beginner in acquiring a 
proper knowledge of the value of notes and 
rests, their position o'.i the stat^, etc. 

It roNTiiNs numerous illustrations show- 
ing the correct position of the fingers, hands 
and arms 



It Contains a collection of instructive and .. 
entertaining four- hand exercises f<ir Teach- 
er and Pupil. A great assistance in acquir- 
ing the habit of observing correct time. 

It Contains raanv carefully selected solos 
iu evorv stvle of playing, mostly new and 
popular for study and recreation. 

It Contains a dictionary of terras and ex- 
pressions used in music 



In fact everv subiect is treated concisely, yet thoroughly and completeh 
wn««i^* romilete Wethwl is printed in the best style, irom new plates, on fine 
ni^lUv^Dfoe*™? been very carefully prepared and revised, and consequently free 
?rome^rrorr^Wecra1nrirtobeke3r<>.st Comp/efo A/ef/io.l now m the market, 
and invite a, careful examination of its many departments. 

d ' — 

• PAPER, 75 CENTS. BOARDS, SI.OO. 

For Sale by S. P. RICHARDS & SON, Atlanta, Ga. 



HURST & COMPANY, 



INCORPORATED, 



pcdbliihePi, 



THOMAS D. HIBRST, President. . 

GEORGE D HURST, Treasurer, 

C VENTON PATTERSON, Secretary, 



134 Grand Street, Hem jjork 



New Presentation Books: 

EGYPT, IHuifrated. INDIA, Illustrated. PALESTINE, Illustrated. 

ENGLAND, |l|istrated. GERMANY, Illustrated. IRELAND, Illustrated. 






Over 200 pages, $3.00. Each book in a box. 



st'M, 9% X 12 inches. 

and revised aud^ >artly re-wntten by Prof. E. P. Thw ing, l n. u. ., . . v, /i oc 

rru^.c r.r^u^^<i from covcT to covet, ate SO artistlcally made ahd superbly finished as 
to commute w^Vof St t"^^^^^^^ ornament to any home and the most acceptable 

gift to a friend. iT 

HURST AND COMPANY, 134-186 Grand Street, New York. 



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Atlanta City Directory. 



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C. D. GRIMM, President, JOE L. RENFRO, Manager. 

REN FRO MANUFACTURING CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



Soda # /T^iperal U/at^rs 



KEG CIDER, KEG GINGER ALE, VINEGAR, 
FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES, ETC. 



Sole Agrents for Atlanta and Georgia for- 



TATE SPRING MINERAL WATER. 



153, loo, 157 W. Harris St., 



Teleplione 140S. 



P. O. Box 219. 



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Brosius Motor Sawing Machine 

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. . Runs by Sppiqg PowBP. . . • 
. . No fPBadlB. . . 



SEE IT BEFORE YOU BUY 



WELLS ST. AKD E. T., ¥. & G. RY. 



City Salesroom, 



117 Whitehall St. 



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Atlanta City Directory. 



The Atlantic Works, 

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^ Incorporated 1853, 

60 to 76 Border St., ^ast Bo$t09, fC[ass. 



BUILDERS OF 



Sleamships, Tow Boats 



AND 



Marine Engines, Boilers, Tanks and General Machinery. 



MANUFACTURERS OF THE " DOOLEY PAPER CUTTERS." 

TVTUSIC^- BOOKS. 

Our l)lew Singing School Boolcs : 

The Star of Betlilehem, '■'"'*'•' 'a ";■ "A" KiEl'rE'!;^""' '''*"'' 

This book contains 192 pages of the VERY BEST .music, suited to the wants of the 
singing school, chnrcU and Sunday school. Price. 75o. per single copy, or 87.)0 per doz. 

mi»/v nPAHii^l/^ ^fai* Aldixe S. KiEFFER. Editor. — — ■ Kudl- 

IIIC ltflll|llr ^Icll^ nientalStatementsh} Prof.B.l. Inseld. 

More than 200,<KX) copies sold. A Solid South and Solid West for Temple Star. As 
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184 pages, neatly and substantially bound. Price, 75c. per copy by mail, postpaid. 

By KeT. S. J. Oslix and L. G. McClendox 
Assisted by J. H. BrEBisii. 

Ten thousand copies sold last year. The authors have made a good book. Each 
song is carefully selected, most of the music new. 112 pages. Over 100 songs. The 
Book also contains full - Rudimental Statement's, well illustrated. Send for sample 
copv and see for yourpelves. If not satisfactory, money refunded. 30 cents per copy; 
$3.00 per dozen. 



Pearls of Truth, in Song, 



Harmony, Composition and Torsiflcation, 

With TWELVE LESSONS ON RUDIMENTAL CLASS-TEACHING, by S. J. Oslin. 100 pages, 
handsomely bound in boards. Price 7") cents per copy, postpaid. 

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Miscellaneous and Standard Books, Library and School Supplies of all 
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The Standard Rotary Shuttle Sewing l\«achine, the onlv 

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for what ij< needed in a Sewin^r machine — 

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on 21 different pieces of Fancy Needle-work, at Piedmont Exposi- 
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Standard Sewing- Machine Co,, Atlanta; Ga.: 

n^2f ^^®°^®'^ ' ^® ^^^ t^® Standard Rotary Shuttle Machine to be the 
S??hi£®"piJ^MCted, of Best Material, and Finer Finish than any 
machine exhibited at Piedmont Exposition, 1891, and Award vx>u 
Five Premiums. W. C shearer, ^^ara y<>u 

• ^ W. T. ROFFE, Judgres of Machinery. 

We challenge competition with any machine in existence. 

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MR. & MRS. M. P. GALCERAH, Props. 

Bedding and Greenhouse Plants 
in Great Profusion. 



LARGE VARIETY OF POT PLANTS 

T^ND SHRUBBERV. 



Cut Flouiers, Decorations, Bouquets, and Baskets for Entertainments 

and Funerals Arranged to Order. 

These beautiful and produftive nurseries are of easy access, on the Fair Street 
Dummy Line and all lovers of floriculture .should not fail to pay them a visit, as it 
IS one of the handsomest gardens in Atlanta, teeming with almost every variety of 



flowers and shrubberj- One of the noted wonders of this garden is the large Marchel 
Jeil Ko.se Mne. which from one bush forms an arbor 26x:^ feet, filling one entire hot 
nou.se. and fn.m which between seven and eight thousand buds have been gathered at 



p. J. FALLON & CO., 

CoDtFaetoFs and Bailders 



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BRICK, STONE AND FRAME BUILDINGS. 

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Sewer^and Sidewalks Laid with Brick, Stone or Pipe. 

Plate Glass SIopb Franfs a SpBcialfy. 

Jobbing in all its Branches Attended to Promptly. 



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Atlanta, Georgia. 



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P. RO^ARE. Se*. and Treas. 

ATLANTA GdANO G0., 

I ^ I Manufacturers of 

EDbYSTONE GUANO 



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Office. Rooms 22. 23 and 24 Gate City National Bank Building. 
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 

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United States Life insurance Go. 

In tha City of Aew York. 

REOORD I=OR ISQO: 

Increase in Assets. Increase in Pol'icies Issued. 

Increase in Surplus. Increase in Business Written. 

Increase in Insurance in Force. 



GEO. H. BVRFORn. Pre'^i.lent 
C. P. FRALEIGH, Sedctarv. 



A. WHEEEWRIGHT, Ass't Sec'y 
M%n, T. STA^TDEW, Actuary. 



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.. oreortero.1. and the poliey it.e f is the most liberal and equitable comrL^tcomTs 
tyiit with re,'opnized business prineiples. The marked sureess already achieved br 
this plan shows that it tills a want lonu felt by the insuring public - "^^'evea oy 

1 ho ( ompany also issues all api.n.ved forins of insurance ^ 

]'rc^taiiono('i!To^r^^'''''''^'^'' indisputable. Claims are paid immediately on 

Offices of Southern Department, 2 Capitol Block, opposite Post-office. 

F. B SHEPARD, Manager. 



DOBBS LUMBER CO. 

:i/«/iiitV*c«r uror.s fui<l JJanlar^ in 

lioqg lieaf YbIIdw Pine liumber 

Sash, Doors, Blinds and Builders' Hardware, 
Mantels, Door and Window Frames. 



Interior and Exterior Finish,: 

Olouldiiigs, Ornaments, Etc. 



OfTlce, Warehouse and Factory, 

Corner |||itchell and fflangum Streets. - Itianta, Georgia. 



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No. 8 SOUTH BROAD STREET, 

Old No.lsO S. Broad St. 

dealers in All Kinds of Realty, 

' Farms and Mineral Property, 



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tieaiiquarters for Bargains in City and Suburban Properties, 

4 

• Loans Made on City and Suburban Property, 



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TELEPHOWE 5U 



No. 8 SOUTH BROAD STREET. 



B. F. WIcDUFFIE, 

Contractor and Builder, 




Repair Worlc a Specialty. 
Office 38 1-2 marietta Street. ATLANTA. GEORGIA 



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MAKOLI) (;. SIMPSOX, 

Teacher of Violin, Viola & Violoncello, 

studio, 83 Trinity Ave. 



Concert Engagements Accepted. 



THB ^IJXNY S01:TH: 

J. H. SEALS & CO., Proprietors, 100,000 Readers, 

The .. Ill V literary and the only illustrated weekly paper in the .South. The onlv naoer in 
the world whrhcompleely covers the entire South and Southwest, and for over fiheen^ea^ 
has heen one of the leading factors in the general development of the .South " 

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The Southern Industrial Monthly. 



Pii»)Iished by The Dixie Company, 

A.t.BXA.XDE.R P. HULL, i^re«i</ewf. 
For ad vertisiug rates a.ldress THE DIXIE COHPANT, AtlantH. Qeor^a 



lOLQlHOlX A WRIGHT, 

Real Estate aqd Renting Rgents 



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General Commission Brokers. 



Handle Real Estate of Every Dc8criptior?.:ks^ 



42 East Wall Street. 



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GLOWER $c CO. 

PRACTICAL 



Tin aqd SlieeMpon fJoDfeps 

And GALVANIZED IRON WORKERS. 

We make a Specialty of Hot Air Fnrnaee R« pairiii;?. 

No. 40^ South Pryor Street, Atlanta, Ga. 

FARMER $c MORGAN, 

/Horse Shoeing 



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General Repairing 

Done to Order. 




Near corner Collins and Decatur Streets, 



Atlanta, Ga, 



Shearer IVIachine Works, 

Manufacturers and Bepairers of 




ALL VARIETIES OF 



Portable Engines a Specialty. 



Epes, toilers, Mills, 

And every description 
of Mechanism. 



Cor. Gresham and ' 

' Venable Streets. 



• Adams House. 

Opposite Union Depot, 
No. 2S% E. Wall St., Atlanta. 

Has been Reopened and Nf.wi.y Fjr::jshed Thioughout. 
4 Commercial Men are Specially inv;tkd. 



Rates, $2.00 per Day. 



Mrs. L. L. WRIGHT, Prop. 



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[Successors io B. H. Broomhead ) 

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OEORQIA. 



Estimates fop Briek and pi'ame Buildings 
furnished on application. 

JOHN F. STEINHAUER, 



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TIN AND SB££T I&ON HOOFING, &ALVANI2ES IKON COHNICE WORS. 



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R. S. BRAMLETT, 

Friiits, Coifectioieries d F&iicj Brocehes. 

Pure Ice Cream a Specialty.^ — ^ 

aFiire Cigars and Tobaccos. 



Teie|>/io«o lOlS. 



Cor. WHEAT AND PRYOR STREETS 



J. ALEXANDER, 

#Bl_ACKS7vnTH.H«- 

Horse Shoeing:, Truck Building:, Repairing Vehicles and General 
Blacksmithing- pronxptly executed and satisfaction g-uaranteed. 

Corner Exchange Place and Ivy Streets. Atlanta, Ca. 

JOHN M. SMITH, 

Manufacturer of all kinds of 



Garpiages, 



124 Wheat Street. 





W.R.JONES, 

PFaetieal Slater, 

And Dealer in all ^ds of 

Plain and Ornamental Roofing. 



JOBBING of all kinds promptly at- 
tended to. 

: JO I.OYD STREET. 

P. 0. Box 316. ATLANTA, GA. 



Atlnnta ( If If D'nrrtin'i/, 



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6. A. REYNOLDS. 

FLUnDER, 

Stean d k Fitter. 

Ail Work Guaranteed First-Class. 



^\ SANITARY PLUMBING A SPECIALTY. 



Reference Pai'l & CiVllatt Manufacti'RING Co. 



49 N. Forsyth St., 
ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

TELEPHONE 751. 



JOHN V. BISHOP, 





CONTMCTOR 




Builder and Stair Builder. 




BRICK ^ AND * STONE * WORK * A * SPECIALTY. 



86 SUMMIT AVENUE, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 



DHVID P. HOUAH & CO., 



Horse Shoeing a Specialty. 




&EFAI& WOU F&OUFTLY ATTENSGS TO. 



None but Experienced Wor. men 
Employed. ' - 



398 IWdPietta St., 



ATIiAHTA, GA. 



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J. M. GRAY, 



HOMCEOPATHIC- 



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Office : 

Anderson. Wvlie & Jones, 
59 & 61 S. Forsvth St. 



ATLANTA, 



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MANUFACTURER OF 

'^^^ Pollards Patent Horse 
and Mule Feed. 



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. MACHINE, 

Seneral* Repair Shop 

AND NOVELTY WORKS. 



Steam and Ga.-* Engines over- 
hauled, and all kinds of Machin- 
ery repaired on short notice and 
to suit your convenience. Night 
work done. Novelties for the 
Hardware trade and inventions 
in large and small quantities and 
at lowest prices. All work guar- 
anteed. 




20 E. MITCHELL ST., C^r. Pryor St., 



Entrance on Pryor and > 
Mitchell Streets. I' 



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WiLLIAVL KiNCH, 




TAILOR, 

7.1 Marietta St., 

ATliflNTfl, - GEORGIA. 



Cuttitis:^ Itlakiiis:, Cleaniti); and Repairing^ 
Uone ^with ^eatiies«» and DL«patch. 



Atlant(( Citjl Dirrrfoi'il. 



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date Ciiv him Siean \% Iforh. 



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18 TRINITY AVE., - - ATLANTA, CA. 



FRKNCH AXD EXGLISH SPOKEX 



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I DraameiyalHaip Wopker. 

Ladies' and Children's Hair Cut Dressed and Shampooed. 

-^j^^Iiadies' and Gents' Wigs IVIade to Order.v^^*^ 

Memento Hair Work A Specialty. 

1 40\ WHITEHALL ST., - Hirsch Building, - ATLANTA, GA. 



^TIJE Ladies' TailoP ^ij^teiq-Le^^oi]^ ^i^en Fi^ee.? 



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Cittii aid FitlM Dresses, 

MOURNING AND TRAVELING SUITS 

I made on short notice. 

ROOM 14, SECOND FLOOR, CHAM8ERLIN A JOHNSO*" ' _ _ ATIANTA tmk 

BUILDING WHITEHALL STREET. > " " H I LHIl I H) Ufli 






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ATLANTA NEWSPAPER UNION, 

^ H I>. WAKEFIELD, Manager. 

NEW/FiqFER Printers, 

PUBLISHERS AND STEREOTYPERS. 

114, 1 1(> and 1 IS Loyd Street. 

A^tlniitn, C?eoro'i«, 




The nrlington; 

85 Marietta St, 



A First-CIass Familj Botel. 

Everything: New. Rooms De- 
lightful and Elejrantly Furnished. 

Aceommodailon strictly First-Class 
!ind prices reasonalJe. 



L. M. DIMICK, Proprietor. 

A^tluntu^ Gn. 






C. A. RAUSCHENBERG & CO. 

BUTCHGRS 

Dealers in Fine 

Tennessee Beef, Pork, Mutton and Manufacturers of Sausage. 



YOUR i^j\.TH(jy,\vaH Ts sar^iciTHn. 
133 Whitehall Street, 

Telephone 466. -^^tlSlZlta.- >^Sl- 



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JAMES 1). ( OLLIXS, President. 



<iIAHLKS K. THOMPSOV. Cashier 



Atlanta Exchange and Banking Co., 

No. 48 MARIETTA STREET, 

Cor. Forsyth, (Old Capitol BuiMing.i 



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boans Mone^. Discounts Paper. Bu^s I^eal estate. 

y\L. O, TV^INTeR, 

Prad^ical Plumlsinq, 

STEAM & GAS FITTING. 

Work done promptly in a first-class manner. Charges reasonable. 
17 Ejist Hunter Street. Atlanta, Oa. 




Cut Rates on Stoves. 

KEEP YOUR 




ON YOUk uOLLAR. 



Don't buy any stove gua-an- 
teed one ve^r until vou see the 

MEMPHI. 

It is guaranteed five years. The 
only perfect system of ventila- 
tion. We are also sole agents for 
the celebrated Southern Queen 
W't * teel Range for hotels board- 
ing houses and private families. 
^ For sale only by the 9Iemplil 
Stove Co.. manufacturers of 
stoves, wholesale and retail deal- 
ers in stoves, baby carriages and 
house furnishing goods. All 
goods marked in plain figures. , 
Don't be deceived. Sign Big Eye 
on canvas, 98 Whitehall Street. 
Heaters from $1.50 up. Tin Sets 
from $1.25 up. Coal Vases from 
$1 50 up. Fire Set 70 cents. Eve- 
ry t ingin proportion. All goods 
marked in plain figures. Fair 
dea.ing is cur motto. 

Meniptal Stove Co. 

K. A. .\KLMS, Kiioin^tiK Manaxrr. 

K. A. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. 



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ATLANTA NEWSPAPER UNION, 

^ H ». WAKEFIELD, Manafrer. 

New/f/iper Printers, 

PUBLISHERS AND STEREOnPERS 

i 

lU, IKi and lis Loyd Street, 




The flrlington; 

85 Marietta St, 



A First-Class Familj Hotel. 

Everything New. Rooms De- 
liKlitful and Elej.'antly Furnished. 

Accommodaiion strictly First-Class 
iind prices reasonalile. 

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L. M. DIMICK, Proprietor. 

A^tlnntiif Gn. 



C. A. RAUSCHENBERG & CO. 

BUTCH eRS 






Dealers in Fine 

Tennessee Beef, Pork, Mutton and Manufacturers of Sausage. 

- i _ f _ . 

YOUi^ l^ATKOX.Van TS SOL^ICiTHIJ. 

133 Whitehall Street, 

Telephone 466^ -A-tlSurLta,. 



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Atlanta Clti/ Directtn'!/. 



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JAMES I>. ( OLLIXS, President. 



<'HAKLK8 K. THOMPSOV. Cashier 



Atlanta Exchange and Banking Co. 

No. 48 MARIETTA STREET, 

Cor. Forsyth, (Old Capitol Building.) 



boans Mone^. Discounts paper. Bu^s I^eal Gstate. 

in, O. TV^INTeR, 

Ppad^ical Plumbinq, 

STEAM &' GAS FITTIXGh> 

Work done promptly in a first-class manner. Charges reasonable. 
17 East Hunter Street. Atlanta, Ga. 




Cut Rates on Stoves. 

KEEP YHUR 




ON YOUk uOLLAR. 

Dmi't buy any stove gua-an- 
teedoneve^r until vou see the 

MEMPHI. 

It is guaranteed five years. The 
only perfect system of ventila- 
tion. .We are also sole agents for 
the celebrated Southern Queen 
W't - teel Range for hotels board- 
ing houses and private families. 
For sale only by the Memphi 
Sltove Co.. manufacturers of 
stoves, wholesale and retail deal- 
ers in stoves, baby carriages and 
house furnishing goods. All 
goods marked in plain figures. 
Don't be deceived. Sign Big Eve 
on canvas, 98 Whitehall Street. 
Heaters from J1.50 up. Tin Sets 
from J1.25 up. Coal Vases from 
SI 50 up. Fire Set 70 cents. Eve- 
ry t ingin proportion. All goods 
marked in plain figures. Fair 
dea.ing is cur motto. 

Meniphl Stove Co. 

K. A. .XKLMS. Hiiotiie»ii Manufr. 

K. A. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. 



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iA^. ••• L. ••• REEDBR ; 

'No. 9 South Broad Street, 




Wholesale and Setail Manufacturer cf Fine Hand-M;dc 



S^^\.J>13rvE^S «S? H>\.1«IVE>S 



lliiiiiiiciilUBelliiioTatli 

c 

COIVIPANY, 

Cooking & Heating Stoves, 

Monitor Wrought Iron Ranges. 

Fine Hartl Wood Mantels. Mjirble- 
i/(Mi Iron Mantels. 

(lull lliMiM* Urnlr*. rinin iiiiil Kiiiinicltftl 

(•rnl«*«. Tile KitriiiirM. lilf llt-nrllis. 

AT KArTO|{\ I'KKKS. 

Sanitary Plumbers, Steam and 
Gas Fitters, 

Aichitectrnl Galvanized Ir'n Workers and 
Tin E:cfers. 

Agents for Knowies' Steam Pumps. 
Diinning's Boilers. Morris & Tasker's 
Wrou;:ht Iron Pipe for steam, jj< sand 
water. Climax Gas Engines, and 

Dealers in Steam Fitters' and Plum- 
bers' Brass (loods, Bath Tubs, Wash 
Basins. Marble Slabs. Water Closets, 
Stoves. Ranges, Hot Water Boilers. 
Furnaces. Marbleized Iron and Slate 
Mantels, (}a.s Fixtures, Pumps. Rub- 
ber Hose. etc. 

Plans and Specifications furnished 
on Application. 

HUNNICUTT & BELLINGRATH CO., 

52-54 Pearhtree St., Atlanta, Ga. 




A f hi H fit ('it If Ifincfori/. 



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FARM. 



jorecder of 



A. J. C.C. JERSEYS, 

Cows, Heifers and Bulls For Sale. 

nUli OF THE BEST jVIIUK AND BUTTER STRAINS. 



QRAIYE5 6r mqR/iMn 



•5- I^eal ©§tate Bpokepg 



26'. SOUTH Broad Street 



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'[\)e patror)a<$e of t\)e public Solieitad. 

prompt /^Cter)tior> Ciiuer) to all Busir>3ss C^ommitted to us. 
C^all to see us. Q'wjr, us a Srial. 

Tlie Union Labof Advocate. 






-^ '^T^-^l'^l^lL,'^ 



Devoted to the Interests of the Trades Unions and 

Labor Organizations of Atlanta, and endorsed 

bv the Federation of Trades. 



S. ]VI. WHITE, Editor and Business Manager. 

Office, 10' J South Broad St., 4th Floor. 



The Advocate 



Is a mediinn tlirough which Advertisers can reach the 
Toiliuti" Masses, and is largely circulated amoug many 
thousands of workiuofnien in Atlanta and other cities. 



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Athmfa Cit(/ Directin-t/. 



A. J. DELBRIDCE 

The Anatomical and Premium 



#8Qot aRd %\^oe fl?0kep.# 



GUARAlSTEES ALL FITS 




PERFECT SATISFACTION. 



I am at niv old stand where 
I have been for 17 years. 

It vou desire anvthini:: in niv 
line, call and see me at 

22 WHITEHALL ST., liidei James Bank, ATLANTA. 

Work forwarded to any place by Express or as desired. 

0. L. JOHIMSON. 




special ©Attention ^i\)9n to I^Gpairin^, (tc. ' 

All work done to perfection. 7 1-2 WHITEHALL ST. 




U Whitehall St., Rooms 24 & 25, up stairs. 

^Picture ^ Fpanaes^ 

Made in all styles, all sizes. Deals in 

window Shades, Lace Curtains, White Spreads, 
Comforts and House Pictures. 




THE NORTHIirESTERN 

mutual tife |ns. Co. 



^'Jt^e ♦ poliey-l^olders' ♦ Qompaijy. 



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WHAT YOU WANT IN LIFE 

INSURANCE IS 



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An Old Company. 

A Solid Company^One that has a large surplus to make good its 

contracts. 
A Purely Mutual Company— No stockholders to fatten. 
A company where the profits all go to the policy holder. 
A company that has a liberal contract. 
A company you or your friends have known for years. 
A company that does not discriminate against its Southern 

members. 
The " NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL " is what you want. It is 

old, solid, purely mutual, does not discriminate against 

Southern members, and pays larger dividends than any 

other life company. 



ASSETS, (about) 
SURPLUS, (about) 



$47,500,000. 
$7,500,000. 



PAYS LARGER DIVIDENDS THAN ANY OTHER LIFE COMPANY. 



We Challenge all Life Companies to a Comparison of Ac- 
tual Results on similar Policies, 



W. WOODS WHITE, Gen. Agt., 

42% FEACHTREE ST., ATLANTA, GA. 



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^rebitectural — — • \ 



MARBLE yf 
X STONE. 
vNp WOOD t 




ARVERS 



m-I(iNKK<5 ANP M AK! K^ 01 



ARTISTH^ prRXniRE, 

Interior ■■ bEcoRATioNj = of ■■ Plajter, 

119 '^'est Mitctiell Street, ; 

Awj.r.1> ^v!th M<>i1«]> A^^c \y\v\ov.v.\^ u: V}odm,<m Kxposiii..,). IS^t^and 1S91 : Vu>nn:i Kxposition 
. l^..^: Trevisc K\posui.>n. ISTl ; Aoitirmv i«l" An. Milnno. 1S6J and 1S«>.^ ; 

Rinipo K\|><-»i!tioTi. 1S79. 



The c. Htlanta^. Slate «^ Works. 



pennsylv>Q»niQ Qar^ glue 
Vermont Red and Qreen 




Roofing Slate, 

From tl?e Qeli^brated Star, Standard . 
flm^riear}. BarjQor. 3r}d UT)\tqd States 
S\atq Quarries Ban?:r. Penn. 



Slate Heartb, ^larbleized mantels, 
Steps, Tiles, rrinals. Blaek-t>oards, 
Bulletin Boards, Cisterns, Bath Xubs, 
&c., &e. . 




^W. B. DAVIS. Gen'l Southern Agent,^ 

Office & Yard : 104 S, Forsytb S!,,, - - - ATLANTA. U. 



\ffonfft ("it If fflrrrfoiif. 






J. Archie Forsyth 





Ppacrical Boilep Makep 



2r Walton St., 



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The c^ Di/ie s Doctop; 

\ Mp.lual Journal for the Busy IMivsirian. 






X. H. HUZZA, 31. D., - - Editor. 

2\ MARIETTA ST., . - BOX 477. - ATLANTA. GA. 



Issued Monthly. Subscription, $2 a Tear 
in Advance. Singrle Nos. 20 cents. 



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Largrest Paid-up Circulation of any Medical 
Journal South. 



fi • Ppaetieal • Journal • of • Medieine • and • Hygiene. 

Sfn,l U.rSnniph- (\>i>u. PrP„t!'Of> Li.'if o,hJ Sprr'nil Offers, f'nr/n.sho/ lOr. 



Read toy 5,000 Physicians. Ciuaranteed Issue, 

100,000 Copies Vearly. 



Advertisers pronounce it the best Medical Medium in the South. 



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W. D. BEATIE, Proprietor. 



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Ever- Bloom inc 



ROSES 



A Specialty. Seti ft: Cata- 
::pj :: x :, BlAril, Atlatta. 3a' 



becktold \ co.. 
Book Mamfactlrers 



Book Binders, 



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MANTrFAPTrRF'KS OF 




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Stationers' Specialties. 

DENNISON'S TOURISTS' TAGS FOR TRAVELERS. 

*it^atton'^ fJiiinmefl f.ai>e1<> nnd Oiimmod Paper of all colorn; I>f;al and Notarial S«alA* Fold- 

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l>ennison*» <;ame rountern; Wedding fake Boxen ; Vic.iting and Playing Cards, Etc. 

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COLORED TiSSUE PAPERS 



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109 aud 111 WABASH AVENUE, CHICAGO. 

404 NORTH TUIRI> STREET, ST. Li>UlS. 



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Offers to all Stncif iit«4 for the Christian .1Iini*»try the 
Following^ A4l«anta^e<«: 



A course of study as thorough, extensive and well-arranged as that of any institution in 
the country. Four Professors who devote their entire time to the work of Theological Instruc- 
tion. Elegant and complete Liorary Building, with a library of over 7.500 volumes. Fine 
Theological HaUs, with free rooms and free tuition. A location in the Gate City of the South, 
accessible, healthful, and offering unsurpassed advantages to the student. The present 
attendance of ov§r 70 ministers and candidates represents 13 States and 24 colleges and acad- 
emies. 



WHAT EMINENT MEN SAY. 



Dr. J. M. Buckley says, in the Christian Advocate: "'Here I saw a.system of instruction 
going on which cannot but make the candidate- for the ministry intelligent, practical and 
dignified men. It is difiRcult to express, without the appearance of extravagance, the satisfac- 
tion I felt with the methods and work here seen." 

t 

Dr. Atticcs G. Haygood: ''It is to be questioned whether any single institution under 
the care of the Methodist Episcopal Church nolds a place of impor ance and responsibility 
equal to that which is possible to the Gammon Theological Seminary. * * * * 
It may well be questioned whether any single institution in the Southern States could not be 
better spared." 

l^^For Catalogue and full information, address the President, « 

WILBUR P. THIRKIEEJ), O. I>. 



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ORGANIZED 1867. INCORPORATED 1879. 

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The course of study oovprs eight years, and includes Preparatory, Normal, Classical 

and Theological Departments, and is designed to fif its pnpils'foT business life, 

the profession of teaching or the work of the Go^pel Ministry. 



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Rev. Geo. Sale, B. A., President. 

Rev. Samuel Graves, D. D., Professor in Theologv. 

A. T. Von Shulz, B. S., Professor Natural Sciences^ 

Wm. E. Marshall, A. M., Professor of Classics. 

Rev. William E. Holmfs, A. M., Professor of English 

Literature and Historv. 
George A. Goodwin, Assistant in English. 
George F. Brown, Instructor in Music. 
John J. Mitchell, Assistant in English and Mathematics. 
W1LLIA.M E. Holmes, Libra ian. 
Miss Marie A. Barbour, i 
Miss Mary A. Fiske, 



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A. ST. (JKO. IlICHAItDSOX, 

/'/■nf'r.ssor of (UoKsirs ami yhtiju'inai'irx. 

MRS. ALICE I). CAKV, 
MISS FLOIJKNCE H. MARTIX, 

Insli'ncirfss hi H'lstofif anil Miilnnln. 

MISS ANNIE H. THOMAS, 

lnsirni'1rf!<!< III KiKjIish mui Sffrrtarif (if the FnruUif. 

MISS CARRIE J. THOMAS, 

Inxfnirtt'rsts in La fin ami KiujI'ihIi. 

MRS. ELLA T. LANDRUM, 

hint I' 1 1 ci I' CSS 'hi Knijiish Hranrhes. 

MRS. B. F. HOVT, 

Prima 11/ Teacher, 

REV. S. H. ROBERTSON, 

f-ieneral SuperiHiendeiit and Treasurer. 

RT. REV. \V. J. GAINES, 

President hoard of Trustees. 



C-A-XjEIST^ -A-Pi. 



Fall Term begins, . 

Vacation, 

Winter Term begiusf, 

Vacation, 

Spring Term, . 



September 6, 1891. 
December 23, one week. 
January 4, 1892. 
Last week in Marcli. 
April 4, 1892. 



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GIRLS. 



99 Leonard St.. ATLANTA. GA. 



preparat©pif, Hoi^n^cil aud gigbep HoJ^n^cil 

and Scientific Qourses. 



A'or/21/j/ Trniiiiiiir Uopurtniont. 

special attention cjivi-n t<> the iweparation of jnipils tor teaeliinii-. 
this end a Normal Trainiiiu; Siliool is ronnected with the Seminary. 



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Iit(lu>itrinl IJopnrtmoiit. 

A prominent feature. Instruction is ijiven in Cooking. Washing, Iron- 
. Chamber -Work. Sewing, Dress- Making, Printing. Shorthand and 
Typewriting. " 77/<' Sprhnan Mrssmtier. an eiiiht-page paper, is issued 
monthly. 



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^ursc^ Tmininir Dcpnrtinont. 

A department with two courses, professional and non-professional. A 
small hospital. is attached wiiere practical work is taught. A course of 
lectures is given hy prominent, j.hysicians of the city during the entire 
term. ^ ' 



This department prepares graduates fr<»m our own and <»ther similar 
institutions to be missionary teachers, family missionaries, and church and 
Sunday-school workers, either at home or in foreign lands. 

Modern Languai;es and Latin taught to advanced students when desired. 



Hcjiirtl and Tuitiau, 



Seven dt»llar!? j)er month in advance; otherwise, seven dollars and a half. 



Street cars run every 15 minutes from the corner of Broad and Marietta Streets directlv 
to Leonard Street. 

For Catalogues and further information, address 

MISS HARRIET E. GILES, Principal. 

MISS LUCY H. UPT(5n, Associate PrincipaL 



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Atlanta riiiversity offers an tMlik-ation in all studies 
from the Priiuarv School up throuL^h Grainiiiar, 
Normal and Collegiate Courses, together with indus- 
trial training in Carpentry, Blacksmithing, Farming, 
Printing, Co«fcking, Sewing and Dressmaking, at a total cost of 
from 8^n to 8100 a year for each student, including furnished 
room and hoard for eikdit months. 



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^ the needy i)eople ot the South, renders your invest- 

p ments in this region more secure, increases the 

• demand for the nierchaixlise which vou desire to sell, 

and renders more intelligent and efficient tiie labor that you 

employ. An endowment of at least 8.")00,000 is needed to put the 

institution on a secure and j)ermanent basis. 



Address 



Rev HORACE BUMSTEAD, D. D., 

President. 



JOSEPH GILLOTT^ 




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FOR ARTISTIC USE, 
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a distinguishing title, bears the name 

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The* work of revision occupied over 
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AV. H. IIU'KMAN. A. M.. 1). D.. PresidtMit. lVofe>M.r ..i Mental and 
Moral Philosophy. * 

\V. II. CKOGMAN. A. M.. Professor of Latin and Greek, and Lihrarian. 

1). MOriiY. M. I).. Pn.fessor of Physiology, and College Pliysieian. 

\V. I. Gk\ HAM. A. M., Professor of Mathen.aties. 

Vs. X, CLIFFORD. Prin('i})al of Nornml and Engli>ii Deitarlnicnts. 

MRS. L. P. CLIFP^OP.I). A. M.. Pn.fes^or of History and Enulish Liter- 
atim'. 

K. \V. BKKiHLF. A. B.. Principal of Night 8ch..ol and Teacher in Knglish. 

i\. O. TANNKK. Princi)>al of Art Department and Professor .»f Drawing. 

M. LOT IS K LIXEBARGEK. Principal of Music De}.artiiH'nt. 

A. D. HOUGHTOX. M. E.. Superintendent of Trade Sclu.ols. 

MLSS FLORA .MITCHELL. Superintendent of School cf D.nn-tic Ecn- 



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MISS SADIK RAF B. M. S., Teacher in English 
LOCISA SMITH. A. B.. Teacher in tjiglish. 
MARIE i. HARDWICK. Teacher in English. 
MR.S. J. S. ROBERTS. Matn.n. 
.1. S. MVLER. Pve-i-ter. 



Co-arses cf StT:LcL37- : 

Theological, \(wiiiitiin,,i T/ieoloniral Seiiiiniini.] 

Tollegfe Classical. Academic. 

College Philosophical. College Scientific. 

Nurse Training, Normal. 

Industrial. Music. 



Telepli-one ISST". 



Tuition for Day Student.^, One Dollar pt-r <'alen(lar month. 
Vnr Board, Furnislied Room, Fire, .I/iLHits, Tuition, etc., per cal- 
oudai" month. Ten Dollars. 



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mind that the ''CALIQRAPH" is the best ALL ROUND 
machine for the follovring- reasons : 

HKiirKST SPEED— (Alwavs roadv to prove it in a fair test.) 

LIGHTEST RUNNING— (No paralj-sis for our champions.) 

BEST M ANIFOLDING-.ToroDto, August 18. :)0 per cent ahefad.) 

LEAST NOISE— (One reRSon telegraph operators prefer it. i 

SHORTEST STROKE-(Saving time and labor.) 

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STEEL TYPE (No rubber bands or tvpe to give out.) 

NO UPPER CASE ' SHIFT" (.Hard to make two motions as easily as one.) 



Easily Lieairned— $85.00-— Populate Pttio^. 

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the'aligraph type- bars re>pond to but one type and wear twice as long as machines 
'-shitting" for upper case, where each bar must respond to two types ; (u horse can 
haul one ton more easily than two tons.) 

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* question, if not already posted, and we trust, when in the market for a writing ma- 
chine, you will, at lea.st, give us a call. We make no charges whatever for instructing 
customers fully. 

Type-Writer Supplies. Machines Rented. Copying Done. 

Our instruments attract people by the qualities thev displav. they 
retain them by the qualities they possess. 

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L. N. TRAMMELL. President. 

Chairman Gmrgia liaUnay < omiuistsion. 

W. H. HULSEY, - . . . Vice-President. 

Attorney at Lair. 
EDWARD S. PRATT, - - - . Treasurer. 

CashiPT American Trust and liankiiig Co. 
D. B. STANCLIFF, - - Secretary and Manager. 

Building and Loan. 

B. W. WRENN, Director. 

Onural Pusscngtr Agent E. T., V. Ar Q. R'p. 

JAS. H. JOHNSON, Director. 

\'ice- President Inter-Statc Abstract Co. 
HULSEY & BATEMAN, - - - - Attorneys. 




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29K Marietta Street, 



ATLANTA, GA. 



SEND FOR PROSPECTUS. 



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C. A. DaHL & Co., Florists, 

Rick Street, = - East oe Boulevakd. 
(between highland &angier avenues ) 

■ Specialties: — 



Ghoice Cul^ Flov^ers, l^ 



idal Bouquets and t 



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=4 Floral Designs. 



Larg-e Stock of Palms, Rosebushes and Bedding: Plants. 

• • • Euerytl7ip($ Strictly pirst-(?lass. * • * 

Telephone 1541. City Office, 10 Marietta St. 



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ALBRIGHT & BROWER, 



Successors to W. R. JESTER.. ♦ 



aiventeps^and ConilraclDrs 





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ATLANTA, GA. 



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TI|B Gem PIbbsupb qesorf of Aflanfa. 



Fine Lake. Beautiful Boats. A-One Ten Pin Al- 
leys. Fine Flowers and Picturesque Landscape. 
Floral Designs of all kinds for sale. Best 
of Refreshments served. Open all 

the year round. 



Good Drive A.11 the Wav. 



200 yards East of (^rant's Park, A TLANTA. GA. 



Twenty Minutes by Fair St. Dummy from center of City. 



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No. 12^ East Hunter St., Up Stairs. 



UPHOliSTEt^Y 



fjattPe^^B^, Bedding, i^Wning^ and Tent?. 




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Spbcial Attention Given to Furnishing Canopies 
from Sidewalk to Door, for Entertainments. 

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FupnituPB * Repaiped ^ and ^ Upholsfeped. 

I n-.e the finest FURNITURE POLISH manufactiiTt-d, and guarantee firs^t-class 

\rork, making old furniture look a> gooi as now. Furniture retnoved 

at my risk: also, parked for shi}>ment. 




CARPETS RENOVATED, and stored if 

d^sirt-d. 
CARPETS LAID in best ityie on short 

notice. 
CRASH furnished for covering carpets 

for entertainments. 
DECORATING in all styles. 



HENP.Y LANItP.. 

1-ormeriy Ca.%hier Merchant!- and Planters Bank. 
Carrf>llton. Ga. 



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Atlanta, 6a. 



LANIER 5c H0PPIE, 

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Brown Building. 2 and 4 South Broad Street, 
^ ATLANTA, ^A. 



Qity Direetory 



FOK- 




CONTAINING AN ALPHABETICAL. LIST OF BUSINESS FIRMS AND PRIVATE 
CITIZENS, A DIRECTORY OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OFFICERS, 
CHURCHES, PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS, BENEVO- 
LENT, SECRET AND OTHER SOCIETIES AND 
ASSOCIATIONS, ETC., ETC. 



A COMPLETE- 



Classified Business Dit^eetopy 

ALSO AN IMPROVED STREET GUIDE OF THE CITY, 



VOLUME XVI. 



PUBLISHED BY 



SECRETARY ATLANTA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, 

Cbamlwr of Conanteree BaiMliic j 



S. P. RICHARDS & SON, Sales Agents, 

* 37 WHITEHALL STREET. 



CONSTITUTION PUBLISHING COMPANY, PRINTERS, 

1892. 



Entered According to Act«of CongresB in the year 1892 by H. Q. Saunders, at Waahinirton D C in the 

office of the Librarian of Conirress. • • •• 



ATLANTA TFTY nFRErrORY. 



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INTRODUCTION. 



©OXSl PEKING the large amvnint of extra work oiiiailrd in n»n- 
sequenei^ of the ei^mplote ohan.uv in sti-eei numbers thri>uglu)ui 
thf city, it is gr:\tifying to nie to bo able to ])resont this six- 
teenth volume of the Atlanta (^ity IMrootory promptly on the first of 
the y^^ar. Th'S bo->k v^>iUains !,?!«>:> pages and 3l:.1*J«> names, repre- 
senting a genernl in.rease in the i^opulation of the city of over ten 
thousand during tb.o past year. Tlie earefnl census made from house 
to house durii/g the canvass, sh<nv> the present ]Mi}nilation to he 
i02.f>9H of whicb r.uaiber W.S^^l are located within the city limits, 
which, to l>e exaci, embraces all the teriitory lying within a radius 
of one and three-quarter miles from the I'nion Passenger Station. 
There is no other explanation of the very large increase duiing the 
last year, e\cept that the wh'kle ten thousand are new-comers, and 
as the eompilation shows that during that time nearly five thousand 
moved away or died, it really indicates an advent of Hfteen thousand. 
This increase is not confined to any locality, but is general thro.igh- 
out the entire *^ity. and not only do the residency districts show 
^X'V]>tional growth, but there has been a noteworthy increase in 
fine 'iflRce and oommercial buildings. 

The period during which 1 have published the City Pirectory 
here ba> beeT. one of "steady, uninterrupte<i growth, but in no year 
has the percentage of increase been so great as in 1S91. 

As :. comi^ndiura of valuable <>r perhai"»s it were more correct to 
say invaluable— information the Atlanta City Pirectory can scarcely 
he* excelled. It is a complete work of referen*"^ and guide to th-^ city. 
The S^rr^et Pi recto rv' is a feature comparatively new and but few 
citie> possies> it. This ponion of the work consists of 230 pages, and 
in addition to showing the new number and name of occupant at 
eacb; house: shows also — for this year only — the old street number. 
Following thi-i i> the regular alphabetical list, or directory proper, 
eomprisinc iK>»^ 1 pages the names of all the adult male residents, 
with their occupation, place of business, and residence at the new 
street number. The hundred pages of Business Pirectory which fol- 
lows thi- is sp-cially val'.iable, for. it is an epitome of Comniercial, 
Manufa<'tur! 't: and Prc»''essional Atlanta, is particularly complete 
and rrliabl*-. and is that portion of the work to which visiting stran- 
^err turn for ii- formation as to our various industries. The Miscel- 
laneous Department at the end of the work contains complete lists 
of churches, schools, societies, a perfect Lodge Directory, circuit court 
calendar, etc.. and much other valuable in .ornjiation to be found only 
in tbi- work. ' 

I realize tiiar in publishing the Annual Directory here I am and 
have fc>eeL. in a measure, identified with the record of Atlanta's 
growtij and progreet, and to some extent responsible for an accurate 
and truthful exiiibit in this regard. I have tried to meet this respon- 
sibility with increasing effort from year to year, and the fact that 
these effort^ arf appreciated is evidenced by the ver\' liberal patrou- 
.ag*- annually accorded my publication, and it Mill l>e my aim to 
avail myself of ♦-v*-ry opportunity of in^iproving the work and mak- 
iog it mor*- i:K>pular and njore ueoessarv MJth each succeeijing issue. 

H. G. HAUNDEliH. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Alphabetical liist 
Changes, Kernovals, etc 
Business Pirectory 



rage 
351 

87 
1218 



Index to Advertisements 
Miscellaneous Pept . . 
Street Pireetorv ... 



Page 

82 

1311 

121 



Index fo MisoBHanBOua lnfopii|Btfoq. 



Patre 
Asylums and Hospitals. 1315 

Bible Rocieties 1320 

Board of Aldermen .... 1312 
Board of Common Council 1311 
Board of Education . . . .1313 
Board of Health . - 1312 

Board Police Commiss'rs . 1312 
Board Water Commiss'rs 1313 

Cemeteries • • 1316 

Chamber of f'ommerce . . . 1316 

Churches 1317 

City Officers 1311 

Clubs and Societies . . 1316 

(bounty Officers 1332 

Fire Department 1314 

Judiciary * - 1335 



Page 

Libraries 1320 

Military 1320 

Parks, etc 1321 

Police Department 1315 

Pofit Offiqe 1321 

Public Schools 1313 

Railroads 1323 

Relief and Benevolent . . .1325 

Secret Societies 1326 

State of Georgia 1334 

Superior Courts .1335 

Supreme* Court 1335 

U. S. Dist. and Ct. Courts . 1339 
U. S. Local Offices . . • 1332 
West End— City Officers . . 1334 
Y. M. C. A . ■ 1319 



IqdBZ fn HdBBrtisBinBiifs. 



101 
1239 

357 
16 
78 
52 

975 



Academy of the Immaculate 

Conception . . 
AdlerMrs MC . • 

Albert W J 

Albright S A . ... 
Albright & Brower . . 

Alexander J 

American Employers Liabil 
ity Ins Co of N Y, opp . . 

American House 1361 

American Mutual Loan & In- 
vestment Co 37 

Andrews W P . .... 1268 

Arlington The 56 

Arnold W M . . 1308 and 10 

Ashton ML 

Atl City Brewing & Ice Co 
Atlanta Classical School 
Atl Consolidated Bottling 
Wks. cards in bus directory 
Atl Baggage & Cab Co, 

. . front covt-r 

Atlanta Baptist Seminary 67 

Atlanta Engraving Co, opp 456 
Atlanta Exchange & Bankug 

Co 57 

Atlanta Ouano Go 46 

Atlanta Medical College . . 104 



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Atlanta Medical and Surgical 

Journal . . 25 

Atlanta National Bank . . 7 
Atlanta Xe^spaper Union . 56 
Atlanta Rubber Co, top lines 

and 1296 

Atlanta Saw Works, cards in 

business directory and . . 31 
Atlanta Stamp and Stencil 

W' orks side lines 

Atlanta Trust & Banking Co, 
side lines and ...... 7 

Atlanta L^niversity ^ . . . 72 
Atlanta Warehouse Co . - 1309 
Atlanta Wire and Iron Wks, 

379andl310 

Atlanta & Florida R R - . • 108 
Atlanta & West Point R R . 109 
Atlantic Electropoise Co, 
cards in business directory 

and 1361 

Atlantic Works 22 

Atwater Carriage Co, center lines 

Ballard AG 387 

Barker W W & Co . . opp 290 

Barnes J J 391 

Baum-Driver Novelty Wks, 
cards in bus directory and 1363 



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Beatie WD 64 

Beck Alexander, top e<\ge and 1 4 
Beck, (rottlieb *t Co, side 

lines and 43 

Becktold «fc Co (s4 

Bennett R F 4OH 

Benning A H, opp 4<>6 andl231 

Bergner Fr «fc Co 34 

Bish(.p J Y .^:{ 

Black \V H . . . . oppl270 

Bliem & I^vh, side lines and! 29*) 
Bloodworth T H P, 

• . centei lines and .S9 
Bluthenthal & Bickert, top lines 
Boorum A Pease . . .40 

Bowen E 32 

Boyd WW. 59 

Bra.mlett R 8 52 

Bratton John 8 

Broomhead ifc Street, 51 and 437 
Brosius Motor Sewing Ma- 
chine Co, back cover and 21 
Brown Bros <fc Co, opp 4;^S andl^^O 

Brown Xathan A 1302 

Brown <fe King Supply Co, 
The, cards in street directory 

Broyles <fe Son oppl27"l 

Bruce <fc Morgan 41 

Burns Jas A 1269 

Butler, Slater <fe Co ... 456 

Byrd C P, opp 4.5c 

C &G Electric Co 2 

Callgraph The, top lines and 76 

Camp Thomas 46I 

Campbell H B .54 

Candler <fc Lee . oppl270 

Capital City Bank, 
• • ' • front edg^ and h 

Capital Female College . 99 
Carter, Dinsmore <t Co . . . ]& 

Carew Mnfg Co 24 

Chase W H agent, cards in 

street directory 

Chattuhoochee Brick Co, 

back bone 
Christian Index ... 1280 

Church John Co 42 

Clark University 74 and 75 

Clayton Sewing Machine Mo 
tor Co, center line^^ and . 
Clower C A <S: Co, 
Clyde Steamship Line 
Colquhout. <t Wright 
Continental Mfg Co . 
Cook J N ...... 

Cooper A H, opp 
Corballv J A . . 

Cox J \\' 

Crane G N . . . 

Crist M Z 

Cronheim H . 

Cuesia A L, opp 511 and 



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1359 

. 49 

. . 84 

. . 497 

510 

• 41 

. 1269 

oppl271 

1238 

508 

1229 



Cunningham AT., center lines 

I)ahl C A <k Co 77 

Daly W K oppl271 



I^aus A 1296 

Davidson Rubber Co ... ;u> 
Davis Jas A Water Wheel * 
Machinery C(», center lines 

and 15 

Davis J A J 35 

Davis J R .... oppl27l 

Davis W P 62 

Davis «S: Edwards . . 52.S andl23(> 

Delbridge A J <uv 

Delkin A L * Co, 

cards in street directory 
Dennison Mnfg Co, 

back bonernd 65 

Dennis J I., opp 434 

Dick c^ Fitzgerald 32 

Dixie 49 

Dixie Doctor 63 

Dobbs Lumber Co, 

bottom lines and 47 

Dobler & Mudge 38 

Domini John 12J)7 

Dresden The, opp 948 

Driscol J L .■S41 

Driver JC 4 

Durand H R 546 

Ea^t Tenn, Va & Ga R R. 107 

Edwards & Son 1285 

Eiseman Bros, cards in street 

direct ry 

Enterprise Lumber Co 

bottom lines 

Estes Bros, opp 1046 

Everett W M 563 

Excelsior Steam Laundry, 

bottonfi lines 

Faber Eberhard 38 

Faber J J, side lines, 17, andl285 
Fallon P J «fc Co ... 45 

Farlinger AW 565 

Farmer <fe Morgan ... 50 

Field T S 31 andl258 

Finch W 54 

Fischer Bros 572 

Foote C L 1214 

Foote M . oppl270 

Foote <fc Davies, opp . .- . . 578 
Forsyth J A . . . 63 

FrankUn Publishing House, 

opp 744 

Frazee O 534 

Freyer & Bradley Music Co, 

side lines 

GalceraD M P <fc Wife . . . 45 
Gammon Theo Seminary . . 66 
Gate City Bank Restaurant. 43 
Gate City Collar <fe Cuff Laun- 

<iO'i opp 957 

Gate City Electric Supply & 

Construction (Jo 

Gate City National Bank, 

front cover 

Gate Cit^ Premium Steam 

Dye Works side liucH 

<>illott J<jseph <k Sons . .73 



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Glover Miss Laura . center lines 
Golucke J W, opp .... 350 
Goldsmith Real Est Agency, 

front cover and . 48 

Goldsmith & Allensworth, 

• • • • center lines 

Goodrich & Vo 2 

(Joosbv T & W H 607 

Gray J M 54 

(Gregory's Pharmacy, 

side Imes and 617 

(^ress Lumber C j . bottom lines 

Gordon School 98 

Hagler H A & Co 749 

Hall Br.'S . 1230 

Hall & Hammond . . . oppl270 
Handy Terrace Hotel . . . .1259 

Harms T B & Co 20 

Harrison James P & Co, opp 744 
Hart F W Sash & Door Co . 1363 

Hartsfield R G oppl271 

Harvey li P . . . . . 747 

Hathorn N J 749 

Henry C R 758 

Hentschell C ...... . 35 

Herndon A F 760 

Hetzel Miss L 1279 

Hickey Jas E 762 

Holman A J & Co 42 

Holmes N 1360 

Howard D T 44 

Howell G M 1362 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, 

bottom lines and 58 

Huntley J P 1238 

Hurst & Co 20 

Isaacs, Leon & Co .... 1360 
Jack F M, agt, side lines and 3 

Johnson B F 1304 

Johnson O L . . . . 60 

Jolly C R, 78 and 1308 

Jones W R, see cards in busi- 
ness directory, 52 and . . . 826 

Keeney H G & Co 830 

Kempton J F, opp . . . 834 

Kid well Edward 838 

Killian D A, top lines and . 4 
Kontz EC .... oppl270 

Kreis Mrs J E, side lines and 55 

Kuhns 1215 848 and 1285 

Kuhrt H G .... bottom lines 
LaFontaine & Ellis. . . top lines 
Lanier *& Hoppie • . 80 

Larendon WS 1361 

Lester Syl & Co, opp ... 835 
LeSueur <fc Runge 

• center lines and 23 

Little Rock & Memphis R R 112 

Little Switzerland 79 

Loeb D C, 

cards in st directory and 848 

Lofton ME . 1270 

Logue J J 80 

Lougley T J 1302 

l^ycett W 1215 



Lowry Banking C'o, 

back cover and 6. 

Lynch Peter 876 

McAllister J T, opp .... 975 

McCord M J 1303 

McDuffie B F 48 

Magnolia Anti-Friction Met- 
al Co front cover 

Mai lory Steamship Co . . . 106 

Martin E W 907 

Massey W C . - . . . . 1303 
Melone, Cantey A Rawson, 
... cards in street directory 
Memphi Stove Co, cards in 
street directory and ... 57 

Merriam & Co 73 

Miller <fe Smullyan 1216 

Minor TA 926 

Mitchell Robert 928 

Mitrrhell A Parker, top lines 

and 33 

Model Bakery, The, side lines 

and 43 I 

Moncrief, Dow man & Co, | 

. ..... side lines 

Moody Joseph N . . . side lines 
Moore Prof B F . . . . side lines 

Moore, Munnerlyn & Co. . . 1362 
Moorman & Moorman, cards 
in street directory and 1302 

Morgan D 1257 

Morris- Brown College 68 and 69 - 

Morris J E 939 

Mueller & Keomple, opp - . 943 

Murphey A A 945 

Murphy & Cooksey 945 

Mutual Life Ins Co of N Y, 

center lines 

Mutual Printing Co, opp . 946 
Moyers W T . . front cover 

Nashville, Chattanooga & St 

Louis R R Ill 

National Blank Book Co . . 24 
National Ry Bldg & Loan 
Association The, 

cards in st directory and 77 
New Era Gas Appliance Co, 

opp 942 

New York & Texas Steam- 
ship Co . . 106 

Nolan D P & Co 53 

Norrell B C 1285 

North American Deposit & ' 

Investment Co ... . 956 
Northwestern Mutual Life 

Ins Co bottom lines 

Nunu L L 46 and 958 

Overt<jn & Dunn, . 

... cards in street directory 

Pappa Dan 968 

Parkhurst W F .970 

Parso s & Bostick, 

top lines and 12 

Pattertsou R A Tobacco Co, 
opp 974 



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Pattillo \V P side lines 

Pease Printing ('o 978 and 1290 

Pease W C 97S 

Penemone Mdnie 9J^) 

Pendergrass & Crane, een,^er lines 

3 Perdue «fe Egleston . outside covers 
Piantini & 5on ....... 62 

Pirn & Taylor, 

cards in street directory 

Pittman & Co . . . "29 and 12:^5 
Potts <&: Pott« . ... side lines 

Pratt B & Co 18 

Pratt N P 9v»9 

Premium Art Gallery ... 999 
Progressive Benefit Order . 11 
Prouty <fe Hodge o 

Providence Infirmary 102 

Queen <fe Cresc-nt Route . 1357 

Ragland A E 27 

Randall Bros ... back cover 
Rauschenberg & Co . . . 56 

Reach A J <fc Son 28 

Reeder W T^, cards in street 

directory and t^ 

Register S W . . ... 1015 
Ren fro Mnfg Co, back cover 

and 21 

Reynolds B A 53 

Rice J W 1244 

Richards S P & Son 389 

Richmond <fc Danville R R . 105 
. Ripley T J ...... . oppl270 

Roaring Springs Blank Book 

Co . . 16 

Robbins & Bro S 

Roberts G P oppl271 

Roberts Miss Kate 1303 

Robisoii Chas, cards in 

business directory 

- Rockmart Slate Co .... 13(K) 
Rogge <fc Koch ... 26 

Rose <fe Bailey, side lines and 19 
Ruebush, Kiefer <S: Co . . . 22 

Ruhmann G H 1037 

Ryan D W 60 

St Josephs Infirmary- .... 100 

Sciple Sons, opp 1047 

Scott & Liebman 1294 

,■ Scott G W Mnfg Co . . . .1245 

Seitzinger T F 1291 

Shearer Machine Work* . . 50 

BheriffPhoenixC 1223 

Shubrick. HinesiS: Feider,oppl270 

» Sliuey W J 30 

Simpson H G 49 

Smith E Harvie & Co ... 1294 

Smith H H 1237 

Smith J M 52 

Smith O A 1077 

, Smith S T <fe Co 36 

Southeastern Mutual Acci- 
dent Association, 
. . . .cards in street directory 
Southern Belting Co, 
. . . ... bottom lines and 29 



Southern Appeal . . . . .1281 
Southern Copying Co . . . 1236 
Southern Dye NN ks- . back cover 
Southern Furniture Co, side lines 
Southern Medical College . 103 
Southern Mut Hldg & Loan 

Assn . . front cover and 19 
Si)»ithern Paint & Glass Co, 

. . • cards in street directory 
Spelnian Seniinarv .70 and 71 
Spence J T ' . oppl271 

Spenceiiaii Steel Pen Co, N 

Y, b<»tton\ eilge and ... 44 
Standard Sewing Machine Co, 

back cover and 3^^ 

Stein^u L 1094 

Steinhauer J F, f cover 51 

Stevens GW oppl27«) 

Stocks Coal (^o, cards in bus Diry 

Sunday Critique IIOV 

Sunnv* South 49 

TavloV H S & Co 26 

Texas c^- Pacific R R . . . . 1358 

Thoma* J P 1288 

Thomas L H & Co 40 

Thompson J S 1238 

Thornton J A 1238 

Thrower J G, center lines and 9 

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Times Publishing Co, opp 
Torbett & McCandless, 

top lines and 76 

Tonk \V & Bro 18 

Travers Bros 28 

Tripod Paint Co, cards in St Diry 
Trov Steam Laundry, covers 
Tuck Raphael & Sons Co . . 30 

Tunsell \\ B 1224 

Union Central Life Ins Co, 

cener lines and 39 

United States Life Ins Co, 

cards in business directory 

and 47 

United Lender ATiters . . . .1140 

Walker M J 1149 

Washington Seminary . . 97 
Weslevan Christ u Advocate 25 

West W H 1168 

Western <fe Atlantic R R . . llo 
Whatley Mrs Georgia ... 55 
W^hitconib <k Son . . 1225 

White S M 69 

White W Woods, bottom 

lines, 61 and 1175 

Whitehall Hotel 23 

WilLey W L 1180 

Williams ET . . . oppl271 

Williams John W & Co . . 1360 

Williams J H 1184 

WiLsou Coal <fe Lumber Co, 

opp 361 

Winters Miss Myrtle .... 1197 
Woodward I^umber Co, back 

cover and ........ 37 

Woolf W P .1271 

Wright Mrs L L 50 



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hate for Regular Insertion. 



Adatason Robert L, reporter Cpn- 
stitution, bds 63 S Pryor 

Alfred J M, laster Jno M Moore 
Shoe Co 

American Bldg & Ijoan & Ton- 
tine Savings Assn, ( A tl branch) 
O N Lester Jr secty and treas, 
39i N Broad 

AMERICAN HOUSE, Miss 
America Hanimett propr, 72 
Marietta 

Amos Alex, c, porter Taylor & 
Mathews 

Anderson James A Jr, bkkpr J 
A Anderson & Co, bds 72 Wal- 
ton 

Anderson K E, oi:)r Jno M Moore 
Shoe Co, bds 10(K) Marietta 

Andrews Lee, opr W U Tel Co, 
bds 1 E Fair 

ANDREWS WALTER P, law- 
yer 29^ Marietta, bds 59 E Har- 
ris 

AJ^SLEY JESSE A (J A Ansley 
& C'*), r Decatur, Ga 

ANSLEY J A & CO (J A Ans- 
ley, B F McCay), real estate 
promoters and negotiators, 51 
old Capitol Bldg 

Astin Charles, salesman Scott & 
Young 

ATLANTA BREWING & ICE 
Co, (bottling dept), J H Spil- 
man mngr, Courtland corner 
Harris 

Atlanta Car Co, J C Peck genl 
mngr, Houston St and R&D 
R R 

ATLANTA CONSOLIDATE D 
Bottling Co, moved to 228-230 
Decatur 

Atlanta Talc Mfg Co, J R 
ToUeson pres, 49i Loyd 

Austin Edward R, law student N 
J & T A Hammond, r Edgewd 

Atlanta Iron & Steel Castings Co, 
E VanWinkle pres, A R Bryan 
sec and treas, 50 old Capitol 
bldg 

ATLANTIC ELECTROPOISE 
Co, W H Witherspoon pres, 45 
Gould bldg (See p 1361) 

ATLANTA MACHINE VVKS, 
L H Beck pres, M Benjamin 
genl mngr, Frederick Frank 
sec and treas, founders and ma- 
chinists, Gaj R R, King and 



Hunter Sts 

Austell House, Miss Jennie Vil- 
lard, 92 Marietta 

Austin Charles, r (407) Whitehall 

Austin Lemuel B, r 28 Williams 

Bailey Mrs H M, r 50 Trinity ave 

Baker W E, elk Bergamin & 
Cronheim, r 16 Church 

Ballard J Oscar, elk H RDurand, 
rms 90 N Butler 

Barnes John A (Mc Adams & Co), 
bds 234i E Fair * . 

BEATIE W D, florist and nur- 
seryman McDonough rd nr city 
limits, city office oh Peachtree 
(See p 64) 

Bell Wm, c, shoemkr P C Sheriff, 
r 6 Parks 

Bell Rev W T, pastor St Paul's 
Ch M E, S, r 385 E Fair 

Benjamin Morris, genl nangr Atl 
Mach W^ks, r 257 Whitehall 

Birney Theo W, r 326 Spring 

Bliley & Haygood (Frank X Bli- 
ley, A Judson Haygood), un- 
dertakers, 49 E Hunter 

Bloodworth H R, rec teller Atl' 
National Bnk, bds 49 Wood- 
ward ave 

Both well Charles E, bkkpr Ga 
Loan, Savings & Bnkg Co r 32 
Houston c; 

BOTH WELL ROGER L, state 
agt The Sun Loan & Inv Co of 
Richmond, 23^ Whitehall, bds 
Ballard Hse 
Bowman John S, practical tile 
and grate setter 35 S Forsyth, r 
same 

Boyd Ephraim, Uiilor, bds 51 N 
Forsyth 

Brady Ibaac A (J ^l Alexander & 
Co) r 156 Forest ave 

Bremsteiler Georgia (wid Chas), 
r 51 N Forsyth 

Brittain Charles M, elk Chamber- 
lin, J <& Co, bds 9 Orange 

Brittain Rev Jabez M, pastor Cen- 
tral Bap Ch, r 9 Orange 

Brittain Wm H, elk D H Dough- 
erty <fe Co, bds 9 Orange 

Brittan Mrs E H, bds 28 Houston 

Britton J F & Co (J F Britton & D 
M Smith) brokers 16 E Ala 

Butcher & Wingate (Alfred R 
Butcher & OUie Wingate), 
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Buckman Wm E, elk U S Q M 
Dept, r 373 Gordon W E 

CAMP THOMAS, machine rv & 
timber 112 S Foreyth, r'l82 
Rawsou 

Catlett Forest M, floor mngr 
Chamberlin, J & Co, bds 242 
Richardson 

Chamberlin Frank, elk Cham- 
berlin, J & Co, bds 109 Pulliam 

CHRISTIAN JO, Job Printer, 
moved to 100 A Whitehall 

Conyers Bennett J, lawyer 21) 31 
Gate City Bnk bldg, bds 4fi 
Powers 

Cooksey John A (Murphey & 
Cooksey), r 354 W Simpson 

Cooper John, see and treas Dixie 
Lumber Co, r 189 E Fair 

Croi-s John W,^Hrp J H Wheeler, 
r 149 Nelson 

Dabney John H, treas Interstate 
Inv & Dev Co, r Ingleside 

Darling Joseph H, music tchr, r 
21 Crew 

DAVIS LUCIE N E, sales agent 
South- Eastern Plaster Co, bds 
185 Ivv 
. DRESDEN THE, L A Mueller 
propr, crockery, chiua, glass- 
wore, lamps, table cutlery, etc, 
27 Whitehall and 54 S Broad 
(See opp p 943) 

Eastman Frank, lumber and real 
est, r Angier ave cor Randolph 

Eaton & Merrill (J A Eaton, Al- 
bert H Merrill), genl agts of N 
W Ga for Penn Mutual Life Ins 
Co, ai^Peachtree 

Fowler A L, asst bookkeeper Con- 
stitution, bds 54 Walton 
' Fulton B & L Assn, J J Falvey 
pres, J J Doonan see, J T Orme 
treas, Ga R R Depot 

Gaines VV W, lawyer 64 Gate City 
Bank bldg, bds 52 Capitol ave 

GATE CITY COLLAR & CUFF 
Laundry, H L Williams mngr, 
96 S Forsyth (See adv opp957) 

GEORGIA LOAN & SAVINGS 
Assn moved to 40 W Alabama 

Harralson J B, mdse broker 67 E 
Alabama, bds Handy Terrace 

Henry Richard J, c, real est and 
ins 1 Marietta, r 271 Wheat 

HAYDEN & WHEELER, Ar- 
chitects, moved to 9 McDonald 
Bldg, 117i Whitehall 

Holgate Mrs G H, bds 92 Marietta 

Howell G A, r 19 Park, W E 



Hughes John W (Hughes & Law ) 

r Lee, W E 
Huse Frank E, mngr H C Tuni- 

son, r Brunswick Hse 
Hyatt John T, bus mngr Sou 

Life, r 80 Walton 
INTERSTATE INVESTMENT 

& Development Co, C E King 

pres, W H Withers sec, J H 

Dabney treas, rms 12-13-14, 16A 

Whitehall 
Johnson Ephraini, c, shoemkr P 

C Sheriff, r 32 Collins 
JONES Wm E, real estate 36 K 

Pryor, r 29 E Ellis 
King Charles E, pres Interstate 

Inv & Dev Co, bds Talmadge 
Landrum Leonidas M, principal 

Walker St School, r 105 Smith 
LARENDON WALTER S, civil 

engineer 39^ N Broad, r 78* 

same (Seep 1361) 
Lawes J Wm, accountant Thom- 
son-Houston Co, bds 100 S 

Pryor 
Legge George, pres Taylor & 

Legge Drug Co 
Me Adams John R ( Me Adams & 

Co), bds 234 J E Fair 
McAdams & Co (John R McAd- 

ams & John A Barnes), drugs 

236 E Fair 
McBride S L, with W M Scott A 

Co 
McCASLAN W J, wholesale 

sewing machs 39i N Broad, bds 

Markham Hse 
MUELLER L A, propr The Dres- 
den, 27 Whitehall and 54 S 

Broad (See p opp 943) 
MURPHEY' & COOKSEY^ (C P 

Murphey, J A Cooksey) roofers 

and pavers, 25 S Broad (See p 

945) 
Piedmont Exposition Co, Jas R 

Wylie pres and genl mngr, 

Charles Arnold sec, L J Hill 

treas, 2 S Broad 
Pierce Park E, bds 72 Marietta 
Rawson E E, r 130 Washington 
Rawson L L, r 130 Washington 
Robins Rev. John B, pastor First 

M E Ch, S, r 197 Ivy 
SOUTH-EASTEHN PLASTER 

Co, L E Davis sales agt, 13 N 

Forsyth 
Todd Wm J, salesman Richards 

Machinery Co, bds 239 Capitol 
Westmoreland Judge T P, r 130 

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(§<apit©r Female ©oflege, 

34, 36, 38 Angler Terrace, Capitol Ave. 

AT12ANTA, GE0RG1A. 

MISS LEONORA BECK, Principal. 



ASSISTANTS: 



Literary. 

MRS. A. E. COX. 
MISS EMMA WILLIAMS. 
MISS ANNIE LOWRV^. 
MISS LOV McAFEE. 
MISS LKE CAMP. 

Industrial. 
MR. A. C. BRISCOE. 

Art Director. 
MR. HAL MORRISON. 



Music. 

MISS EMMA HAHR. 
MISS HELEN KNIGHT. 
MISS LOUISE ROMARE. 

Kindergarten. 

MISS WILLETTE ALLEN. 
MISS BESSIE MILLS. 

Modern Languages. 

I'ROF. B. COLLONGE. 
PKOF. BRAVO. 



Household Department. 
MISS GEORGIA COX. 

Board of Cotanselors : 



DR. I. S. HOPKINS. 

DR. J. W. LKE. 

SENATOR J NO. B. GORDO.V. 

GOV. W. J. NORTHEN. 



JUDGE JAS. BOYNTON. 
JUDGE JAS. HOOK. 
PROF. GEO. C. LOONEYi, 
DR. J. W. HEIDT. 



DR. H. P. McDonald. 



The Scholastic year of this College begins the 14th of 
September and Closes the last of May. 

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of a male university, with every department complete and 
presided over by specialists with the fullest realiz- 
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GAPlTOLi FEMALE GeLLEGE 

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Sl# Jesept] s#lrifirrr|arY. 

Under Care of the Sisters of Mercy. 

Rooms, with Nursing and Attendance, Eight to Ten Dollars 

per week, Payable in Advance. 

-»8294 Courtland Street.8«- 

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ACADBMY 



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Immaculate Conception^ 



Atlanta, 



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THIS Institution, founded in 1867, and incorporated with all the rights 
and privileges of an Academy, is a Boarding and Day School, under 
the direction of the Sisters of Mercy. 
The Academic year commences the first Monday in September and 
closes about the end of June. It is divided into two sessions — the first 
commences in September and the second in February. 

The course of instruction embraces two departments, viz: 1st. Xhe 
Preparatory Department. 2d. The Senior Department. 

The Preparatory Department, which comprises seven classes, is com- 
pleted in seven years. It consists of three Primary, two Intermediate and 
two Grammar classes. • 

The Senior Department, which comprises four classes, is completed in 
four vears. It consists of the first and second Senior classes and Graduat- 



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Terms^ per Session^ Payable in Advance. 



Board and tuition in English, 
French and Latin, including bed, 

bedding and washing $75 00 

Music on piano, guitar or organ . . 20 00 

Vocal music, (special course) 20 00 

Vocal music in class, no charge, . . 
Painting in oil or water colors. ... 20 00 



Oriental china, pastel and Kens- 
ington 30 00 

German taught at professor's 
charge .. 

Fancy work and embroidery . . 5 00 

Summer vacation, if spent at the 
Academy 30 00 



Embroidery, plian and ornamental needlework form no extra charge to boarders. 



DAY PXJTRIUS. 



Primary division, per session. — $ 7 50 

Intermediate division 10 00 

Grammar division 10 00 



Senior division 12 00 

Graduating division 14 00 

Graduating fee 5 00 



Musical Department- 



The superior musical advantages of the Academy deserve special men- 
tion and render this departnient. in a peculiar manner, worthy of patron- 
ag:e. Great attention is gfiven to both vocal and instrumental music, in 
which theory and practice are carefully combined. 



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Terms for Music per Month. 



Piano, 8 lessons, 50 minutes each..$t 00 
Piano. 4 lessons, 50 minutes each.. 2 00 
Organ, 8 lessons, 50 minutes each. . 6 00 
Guitar, 8 lessons, 50 minutes each . . 4 00 



Violin, 8 lessons, 50 minutes each $4 00 
Vocal Music, 8 lessons per month . 4 00 
Graduating fee in music 5 00 



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St# Jesepti 5 #lnfirrTiarY. 

Under Care of the Sisters of Mercy. 

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iJoows, z/;ii/^ Nursing and Attendance, Eight to Ten Dollars 

per week, Payable in Advance. 

^6294 Courtland Street.8«- 

SISTER MARY BAPTISTA. Superior. 




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Immaculate Conception^ 



Atlanta, 



Georgia. 



THIS Institution, founded in 1867, and incorporated with all the rights 
and privileges of an Academy, is a Boarding and Day School, under 
the direction of the Sisters of Mercy. 
The Academic year commences the first Monday in September and 
closes about the end of June. It is divided into two sessions — the first 
commences in September and the second in February. 

The course of instruction embraces two departments, viz: 1st. The 
Preparatory Department. 2d. The Senior Department. 

The Preparatory Department, which comprises seven classes, is com- 
pleted in seven years. It consists of three Primary, two Intermediate and 
two Grammar classes. 

The Senior l)epartmeut, which comprises four classes, is completed in 
four years. It consists of the first and second Senior classes and Graduat- 



ing ciassk. 



Terms^ per Session^ Payable in Advarxe. 



Board and tuition in English, 
French and Latin, including bed, 
bedding and washing S75 00 

t?ic on piano, guitar or organ . . 20 00 
al music, (special course) 20 00 
al music in class, no charge, . . 
nting m oil or water colors. ... 20 00 

Embroidery, plian and ornamental needlework form no extra charge to boarders. 



Oriental china, pastel and Kens- 
ington 20 00 

German taught at professor's 
charge 

Fancy work and embroidery 5 00 

Summer vacation, if spent at the 
Ac^idemy 30 GO 



DAY F»UF»1US. 



Primary division, per session. $ 7 .50 

Intermediate division 10 00 

Grammar division 10 00 



Senior division — 12 00 

Graduating division 1*00 

Graduating fee .5 00 



Musical Department* 



The superior musical advantages of the Academy deserve special men- 
tion and render this department, in a peculiar manner, worthy of patron- 
age. Great attention is given to both vocal and instrumental music, in 
which theory and practice are carefully combined. 

- Terms for Music per Month. 



Piano, 8 lessons, 50 minutes each.. $ I 00 
Piano. 4 lessons, 50 minutes each . . 2 00 
Organ, 8 lessons, aH) minutes each . . 6 00 
Guitar, 8 lessons, 50 minutes each . . 4 00 



Violin, 8 lessons, 50 minutes each $4 00 
Vocal Music, 8 lessons per month . 4 00 
Graduating fee in music •■•• 5 00 



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Under Care of the Sisters of Mercy. 

Rooms, with Nursing and Attendance, Eight to Ten Dollars 

^ pr week, Payable in Advance. 

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Immaculate Conception^ 



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Georgia. 



THIS Institution, founded in 1867, and incorporated with all the rights 
and privileges of an Academy, is a Boarding and Day School, umier 
the direction of the Sisters of Mercy. 
The Academic year commences the first Monday in September and 
closes about the end of June. It is divided into two sessions — the first 
commences in September and the second in February. 

The course of instruction embraces two departments, viz: 1st. The 
Preparatory Department. 2d. The Senior Department. 

The Preparatory Department, which comprises seven classes, is com- 
pleted in seven years. It consists of three Primary, two Intermediate and 
t\vo Grammar classes. - * i 

The Senior Department, which comprises four classes, is completed in 
four years. It consists of the first and second Senior classes and Graduat- 



ing class. 



Terms^ per Session^ Payable in Advance. 



Board and tuition in English, 
French and Latin, including bed, 

bedding and washing S~5 00 

Music on piano, guitar or organ . . 20 00 

Vocal music, (special course) 20 00 

Vocal music in class, no charge, . . 
Painting in oil or water colors. ... 20 00 



Oriental china, pastel and Kens- 
ington 20 00 

German taught at professor's 

Fancy work and embroidery 5 00 

Summer vacation, if spent at the 
Academy 30 00 



Embroidery, plian and ornamental needlework form no extra charge to boarders. 

' . DAY PUPILS. 



Primary di^^sion, per session § 7 50 

Intermediate division 10 00 

Grammar division 10 00 



Senior division 1200 

Graduating di\'ision L li 00 

Graduating fee — j. 5 00 



Musical Department. 



The superior musical advantages of the Academy deserve special men- 
tion and render this department, in a peculiar manner, worthy of patron- 
age. Great attention is given to both vocal and instrumental music, in 
which theory and practice are carefully combined. 

Terms for Music per Month. > 



Piano, 8 lessons, 50 minutes each..$t 00 
Piano. 4 lessons, 50 minutes each.. 2 (X) 
Organ, 8 lessons, 50 minutes each. . 6 00 
Guitar, 8 lessons, 50 minutes each . . l 00 



Violin, 8 lessons, 50 minutes each $4 00 
Vocal Music, 8 lessons per month . 4 00 
Graduating fee in music 5 00 



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COR. BDGEWOOD AYE. AND IRA ST., . 



ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 



Medical Staff: 



JAS. B. BAIRD, M. D. 



G. G. ROY, M. D. 



-^ Gynecolog-ical and Obstetrtcal Staff: 
THOS. S.. POWELL, M. D. ' J- C. AYARY, M. D. 

G. G. ROY. M. D. • 

Surgical Staff: 
J. McF. GASTOX, M. D. NYm, PERRIN NICOLSON, M. D. 

Diseases of Eye, Ear and Throat; . - 

A. G. HOBBS, .M. D. 

f I Venereal and Urinary Diseases; 
I W. S. ELKIX, M. D. 



For information as to rates, etc., address 



P. E. BroavN, Siap't. 



C^ YERY variety of disease and injury receives appropriate treatment in 
Sf this establishment under the care of the above named members of the 
professional s^aff. The internal administration is carried out prompt 
ly bv an efficient matron and faithful nurses in each department. This in- 
stitution has all the improved appliances for the comfori and convenience 
of its inmates, 4ind affords every facility of a first class private hospital. 
It is fully equipped and prepared to accommodate male and female patients, 
includinij children, and has a \\\n^ in department for respectable ladies. 

The building? has been conai)letely remodeled, and entirely refurnished 
with the latest sVjes of ash and cherry furniture. Tlie rooms are larj^'e and 
well ventilated, w' th open lire-places, and lighted with oas. 

The outfit is tiomplete in all respects, with the modern improvements 
in water closets, |)ath rooms, hot and cold water, etc., giving an air of 
homelike comfortffor the sick 

One of the ,staff is in daily attendance to provide for nny emergency 
that may occur in the Infirmary, and the inmates may rely upon careful 
nursiag and skillful medical treatment. 

Letters of inquiry as to the admission of patients ana the terms of 
board, or charges for professional services, may be addrsssed to any one of 
the staff, or to the Providence Infirmary dire<t. 



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Southern t Medical X College, 



ATLANTA, 



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The regular sessions of tkis Institution begin the first 

Tuesday in October and close the first week in March. 

Course of Instruction is first-class in every 

particular. Clinic and Dissecting Ma- 

terial Furnished in Abundance. 

For Full Par ticulars Address 

DR. WILLIAM PERRINNICOLSON, Dean. 

P.O. Box 234. ATLANTA, GA. 



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Atlanta Medkal Esllege, 



Atlanta, 



Georgia. 



THIRTY-FOURTH SESSION, 1891-92. 



FACULTY : 



A. W. (;KI('(iS, M. I)., 

Emeritus Pn>t\'s>or of Piaclito. . 

Wm. abram love. m. d.. 

Professor i)f Physiology and Palhuloi;- 
ic-ni Anatomy, 

A. W. CALHOUX. M.D. LLD.. 

Professor of Diseases of Eye. Ear and 
Tliroat. 

H. V.M. MILLEPi. M. D., LLD.. 

Professcn- of Principles and Practice 

of Medicine. Le<tui"er on 

Clinical Medicine. 

W. S. ARMSTRONG, M. D. 

Professor of (General and De-criptive 

Anatonxy and Profe>sor of 

Clinical Surgery. 

J. S. TODD. M. D. 

Professor of Materia Medica and 
Therapeutics. 

VIRGIL O. IIARDON. M. D.. 

Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of 
Women and ( 'hildren. 

L. IL JONES, M. D.. 

Professor General and ^Irdical (.'liem- 
i^try and Medical .Turisprudence. 



W. F. WESTMOREi.AND, M. D., 

Professor of Prineiples and Practice of 

Surgery. 

W. S. KENDRICK, M. D.. 

Proctor. ]*rofes-i<->r of Pliysical Diag- 
nosis and Clinical Medicine. 

F. W. McHAE, M. D., 

Denion-^trator of Anatomy and Lec- 
turer on (ieiiito-rrinary and 
Keetal Diseases. 

J. C. JOHNSON, M. D., 

Lecturer on Diseases of Children. 

M. B. HUTCIIINS, M. D., 

Lecturer on Dermatology, 

IL F. HARRIS, M. D., 

Lecturer on I'rinary Analysis and 
Kidney Diseases. 

J. M. CRAWFORD, M. D., 

Assistant to Chair, Eye. Ear and 
Throat Diseases. 

L. P. KENNEDY, A. M., M. D., 

Assistant to Chair Obstetrics and Dis- 
eases of Women. 



THE l^EGULAR WINTER SESSION BEGINS OCTOBER 
AND CONTINUES UNTIL MARCH. 



-^Clinical Advantages Unsurpassed. 3^ 



AN ABUf^DANCE OF ANATOMICAL MATERIAL ALWAYS ON HAND. 
For Annual Announcement, address 

DR. W. S. KENDRICK, Proctor, 



p. O, BOX 5(5, 



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OPERATING 

ne Best ^;3^' S/'O^^^^^ an, Quickest Route between Atlanta an, Was.ingto., Baltimore. 
Philadelphia, Neu, York and Boston, and all Western and Eastern Cities 

Tlx© HoTit© or tlx© XT. S. T'^^st nvt^ii, 

And of the -Maj:nirtcent 

Wasliinstoii ad. ktastem ffistilulri Hrf Train. 

The finest service in the South, and tlie equal of the he>t in 

any section. 
TxTiro Ot]a.ex- 1"li.ro-u.slx 

Alakinj: a Total of 

STRAINS DAILY BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND ATLANTA ^^ 

AVith 1-iillnian Palaoe Sleepiiifi an.l I)ia« in-,jo,„„ (v„. ^^.^vire wiU.ont ^ 

L'lian}:e. tf. i)rincii>al Kastern Cities. ^J 

THE GEORGIA PACIFIC^AIL WAY. 

Atlanta and Texas Short Line. 
The (mly Short Line to Birininprhani, Anniston, Colunihus. Mi^s . Memnhis an<l Shrpv*» 
port, ami all i»mnt.,in Mi.Ms.i,,,,i an.l Northern L,,ui.iana an Tex'a^^^^ I'n ll.n n 
Palace Sleeping' and Drawinjr-K.u.ni Cars, without ohanjiv. beuveen 

ATLANTA AND KANSAS CITY AND ATLANTA AND MEMPHIS. 

THE CENTMrTRrEToF GEORGIA 

t^:^^iJ;^nt;^;^Sava;!i;aS'"^^" ^^^^^^^ ^"'^ ^^-"»' --» ^-^ Fa.t Trains daily l>e- 

Mli^;S'^d^n;Sny:' ^'"'''"- ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^-^^^ ^^^^^^^^ --^ .Iack.onvil,e, by way of 

This is the Old Keliable r. S. Mail Route between Atiintji aiwi a*;.! n , , 
era Georgia an.l the F« M O U a H t sOR r s u K "^O R 1 D i. "'"' '''""""«'"■ 



OCEAIT STEAMSHIP CO. OF SAVANNAH. 

— b?:taveex — 

^ The Finest a-d Fleetest Passenger Lines. 4. .;. ) €!> 

LINES. ( "^ "^^ Steamsh/ps Fh-ing the American Flag. \ , ,^ 

'LINES, 

TICKET OFFICES IN ATLANTA: 

No. 10 Kimball House, and Union Depot. 

W. H. GREEN, SOL. HAAS, JAS. L. TAYLOR, 



General Manager. 



Traffic Manager. 



General Pass. Agent 



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NEW YORK & TEXAS STEAMSHIP CO. 



Texas, Florida $t Georgia. 



-4>-FLEET-0- 



S S. CONCHO (New) 3,724 Tons. 

' LEONA 3,329 " 

NUECES 3,367 

COMAL 2,950 

LAMPASAS. 2,942 



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" COLORADO 2,764 " 

" RIO GRANDE 2,566 " 

STATE OF TEXAS 1,696 " 

C ITY of SAN ANTONIO .. 1,652 " 






SCHEDULE OF DEPARTURES: 

LEAVE NEW YORK ^^ x^^^^v ^°^ ^^^ "^^^^ 

Nothine has been overlooked in the construction of these vessels, and their fine model, full 
power and -EXCEL LENT SEA-GOING QUALITIES, have won for them the enviable reputa- 
tion thcv D<5ssess Passenger accommodations, both cabin and steerage, aie unsurpassed. State- 
rooms beiAg^bove the main deck are lighi, roomy and thoroughly ventilated, thus assuring to the 
traveler the greatest degree of confort attainable. 

Connections are made, at all the ports at wh'ch these steam- 
ers touch, with all railroads and steamboats. 

Through Coupon Tickets are on sale, and Through Rates of Passage and Freight 
are named to interior towns and cities, including those of Cahfornia Mexico, New Mexico and 
Arizona. 

No other passenger steajners run between New York and the ports named above. 

THIS IS THE MVORITE ROUTE TO. FLORID A. 

For rates of freight, passage, printed matter and general information, address 

C. H. MALLORY & CO-, Cen. Agents, 

Pier 20 East River, and 362 Broadway , NEW YORK. 



SETH SPRAGUE, Gen. Eastern Agent, 

306 Washington St., Boston. 
H. McMURTRIE, Agent, Cor. 3d and 

Chestnut Sts.. Philadelphia, Pa. 
H. McMURTRIE, Agent, 203 East German 

Street, Baltimore, Md. 
J N. SAWYER & CO. Agts. Galvest'n, Tex. 
MOSE RAPHAEL, Agent, Houston, Tex. 
B.E. HARRISS, Agent, - Dallas, Tex. 



W. J. YOUNG, Gen. Southern Passenger 

Agent, San Antonio, Tex. 
C. M. HICKLIN, Agent, Denver, Col. 

R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agt. Key West, Fla. 
J. M. CUTLER, Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. 
G. R. HUBBY, Agent, Fernandina, Fla. 
THOS. FULLER, Agent, Brunswick, Ga. 
H. H. RAYMOND, Gen. Southern Agent, 
« Atlanta, Ga. 



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Georgia Railway. 



THE GREAT SOUTHERN TRUNK LINE 



BETWEEN 



PRINCIPAL SOUTHeRI] GITieS 



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SHOBTEST, HOST SIBECT AND COKFOBTAELE - 

Route to all Eastern and Virginia Cities. 

It ■ 

Only Direct Route to the Watering Places and 

Resorts of East Tennessee and Virginia. I 

THROUGH SLEEPING CARS^ 

BETWEEN 

NEW ORLEANS AND WASHINaTON, 
UEMFHIS AND WASHINGTON, 

AND MEMPHIS AND NEW 70BE, 

NASHVILLE AND ST. AUGUSTINE, 

CINCINNATI AND JACKSONVILLE. 
ATLANTA AND SAVANNAH, 

ATLANTA AND BRUNSWICZ, 

ATLANTA AND ZNOZVILLE. 

Illustrated Pamphlets free on Application. 

For Rates or Information, address 

C. H. HUDSON, EDWIN FITZCERALD. 

General Manager. - - Traffic Manager. 

B. W. WRENN. T. S. DAVANT, 1 

G. P. and Tkt- Agent. GenT Freight Agent. 

C. N. KICHT, J. J. GRIFFIN, 

Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. General Freight Agent. 



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Quickest and Best Line to Florida. 



CONNECTS WITH 



G. M. & G. at Williamson, 
With M. & B. at Yatesville, 
and C. R. R. ofGa. at Ft. Valley 



T, W, GARRBTT, Supt, 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 



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NEW.ORIEANS and all Points SOUTH and WEST. 

PULLMAN • BUFFET * SLEEPING * CARS 



THROUGH 



ON DOUBLE DAILY PAST TRAINS. 



The Direct and Favorite Route | 

TO ALL TEXAS, CALIFORNIA AND MEXICO POINTS. 



EDMUND L. TYLER, 

General .Manager, Atlanta, (ia. 



R. E LUTZ, 

Traffic Manager, 

MONTCOM£RY, 

ALA. 



JOHN A. GEE, 

J Assj't (General I'assenger Agent, 

Old No. 11 New No. 12 Pryor St , Zimball House, 
ATLANTA, GA. 






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ATLANTA AND ST. LOUIS, MO., ®^<i-# 



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IPaplor (Sars on all "Da^ '^rainz. 



UNION PASSENGER DEPOTS. 



R. D. MANN, 
No. '4 Kimball House, 

Ticket Agent. 



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nrOT PnilTC '^^ ^^^ from Atlanta, Nashville, Louisville, Cincin- 



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nati, Chicago and all Xorthern and Western points, 



•* OUR -f SReCIHLTIES ^ 





QUICK TIME 
LOW RATES 



Which have been rrni for > ears over this 
rome from Atlanta, Chatian< oga and Na.».h- 
ville to Memphis and Liitle Rock, in 
connection with Through Sleepers. 

By reason of Ptrfect Rollirg Stock, Rock- 
ballasted, Fish barred Track and 
Good Connections. 

Because of our Immense Business 

Facilities for Handling it, and 

Geneious Management. 





QUICK TIME 
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Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars Between Atlanta am 
St. Louis, Mo., and Between Jacksonville, Fla., 

and Nashville. 

PARLOR CARS ON DAY TRAINS. ~ 



For further information call on or address 



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Genenl Passenger and Ticket Agent, 

NASHVILLE, TENI 



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In the following list it will be observed that all Streets, Ave- 
nues, etc., are arranged in alphabetical order, with name of occu- 
pant found at each number. The number in parenthesis, thus, 
(33), are the old house numbers. Th ame of eacn street is given,' 
showing what other streets and plac.j run from it or across it, at 
the point at which they intersect. f 

The Union Depot on Wall Street, from Loyd to Pryor, is the 
central point of the city. 

The following are the central streets from which others are 
numbered : Decatur and the W. & A. R. R., and West Peachtree 
and- Whitehall. 

l^*To find the occupation of householders, refer to Alpha- 
betical List of Names. 



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ABBOTT, Bellwood, nr North 
ave. Ward 5. 

ADAIR ROW, Green's Ferry 
ave at city limits. 

ADAIR, from Jackson e i s of 
Chestnut ave, Ward 4. 

ADAMS, from Jackson e i n of 
Highland ave. Ward 4. 
19 Parsons Mrs R 
21 Guill AW 
24 Echols E T 
30 Daniel G B, r 
34 Walker Ephriam. c 
36 Thompson E, c 

Ploorman I |||oorman, 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 

STAMPS, OTAMP 

EALS, OUPPLIES. 

82K South Broad Street. 



PIM & TAYLOR 

— CONTRACTORS IN — 

Raising and |l|oving Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special F^ cilitiea 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21>^ £. Alabama. 



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Akins H P 

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Mahoney H, c 
Trinity Baptist Church, c 
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EISImAN BROS. 

ONE RHTICE 

Clothier^ and Furni^heif^, 

Old No., 17 and 19 Whitehall Street. 
New No., 15 and 17. 

ALABAMA— Cont'd 

3 Elston H B 

4 Natl Cash Register Co 
4^Wolfe Harris 

5 "Pitts H, f 

6 Shelton T A & Co 
Harralson M & E 

6iRoe A E 

7 Boggan Wm C 

8 Purtell & Appier 

9 Redus R K 
9^Thrower J G 

Home Friendly Society 

10 Plane W F ' 
Chears C W 

1 1 Postal Telegraph ('o 

12 AnSley Bros 
Trezevant W H 
Wilensky K 

13 Mallory Steam Ship Line 
Castleman H 
Holleman C L 

Davis J A (VV W & M Co) 
Walton John 
Woolley A C 
i3^Dixie Club 

14 Ketner, Douglas <S: Co 
Kettier & Fox 
Rosenfeld S 

15 Atlanta Natl BanK 

' I S^Atl Cotton Seed Oil Mills 

16 Harwell & Britton 
i6^Paris & Donahue 

17 Black & Mcintosh 
Harwell & Bradley 
Carter J C 

Smith H L 

18 Merchants' Bank 



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iSpiassey W C 

19 Boynton H A 

20 Arnold, Carlton & McCord 
2oJKing J G 

Brown & Adams 

Hoyt S B 

Dennis J L 

Receiver W & A R R Co 

Blackburn R B 

21 Cooledge Bros 
2i^Lumpkin J H 

^Ripley T J 
O'Donnelly I 
Haden W W 
Patty Henry M 
Daniel J F 
Everett W M 
Douglas Hamilton 
Pim & Taylor 

22 Oglesby & Meador Grey Co 

23 Schlesinger H L 

24 Falvey J J & Co 
24jThe Missouri Pacific Ry Co 

25 Gibbs Drug Co 
Kiser & Sparks 

26 Morgan A P 
Phelps W H H 

26^Ponder J M & C B 
Atlanta Finance Assn 
Atlanta Night School / 

27 Johnson C P 

28 Shropshire & Dodd 
Murphy J H 

29-31 Gate City Ntl Bank Bldg 
29-31 Gate City Ntl Bank 

29 Patterson W H 
Redwine J B 

'PHONE 667. 

MELONE, CANTEY & RAWSON. 

Een'l Insurance (gents 

Fire, TAfe, Accident and 
Plate Glasa. 

14 S. Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA. 



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8 Pattillo Wm P 

10 McBride A J 

1 1 and 13 Vacant 

12 Nelson L B 
Saul W S 

14-19 The Bradstreet Co 
16-17 Payne & Tye 

20 Moody J N 

21 Ravenef, StJuJien&Co 
"^2-24 Atl Guano Co 

24 Smith A A 

25 Lawton J L 
Calhoun A E 

26 Parry H L 

27 Latham T W 

28 Jordan R J 
29-31 Kontz EC 

ComlTrav Savings Bnk 
30, 32, 34 Glenn & Slaton 
35-40 Stockdell H C 

Phemx Insurance Co 
41-42 Hammond N J &T A 
43 Leftwitch T J 
44-46 Scully J W 
45 VanWinkle J A 
49-51 Mynatt P L & Son 
50 Smith A & V 
52-53 Home Mission Board 

Southern Baptist Con 
54-55 Abbott B F & C F 
56 Gay E S 
59 Gilbert J H 
62-66 Jackson & Jackson 
6;^ Marinette Iron Wks Co 
63 Adams Engineering Co 
66-68 Glenn & Mkddox 



A.L.OELKIN&GO. 

69 WHITEHALL STREET, 

WHOLE8ALI: AKD RETAIL 

JEWELERS. 

Largest Stock. Lowest Prices. 



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67 Hall Bros 
72-73 Bacon D C 

Noyes J M 
69 Colville Fulton 
70-71 Rountree D W 
Upshaw Ebb P 
Basement — 

Buckalew J P 
32 Dodd G T & Sons 
32^Shaw Robert, c 

Pease Printing Co 
34 Atlanta Trust & Bnkg Co 

Pt-yor intersects. 
35. 37, 39 Block F E ' 
36 Haas Aaron & Co 
j Equtble Savgs & Loan Assn 
Empire Bldg & Loan Assn 
36-38 Wellhouse & Sons 
36^pun R G & Co 

40 Sams J A 

41 Frazier J D 

41-43 Duncan & Camp 

42 Brunner J K & Co 

I Illinois Central R R 

42 jGa Phosphate & Mining Co 
Zachry W I 
Farrar A C & Co 
Rogers G C 

43 Howard AG 
43iCranston & Bartlett 

I Ladson C T - 
Russell J J 
Moomaugh R H 

44 Atkisson & Burge 
44iMutual Endowment Order 

Shaw-Clarke Brokerage Co 
46-48 Armour Packing Co 
47 Morris E S & Co 



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47-49 N^ontag Bros 
49jM2frtin C B 

Ackerman & Co 
50-52 Langston & Woodson 
51-53 Lamar & Rankin Drg Co 
53^Everett G B & Co 

Cronheim H 

Tucker L M 

Hill L N & Bro 
54-56 Atlanta Carriage Hdw Co 
55 Branan Bros 
57 Paine T B & Co 
58>-62 Spence Marion W 
59 Johnson G E 

Cohen Levi 

61 Pappa D 
6iiBrowder & Wells 

Davis A W 

62 Whitcomb J T & Son 
Sams Dade 

Sims W J 

Dewald G A & Co 
64-66 Kenny & McDonald 
65 Maddox J J & J E 
65^Murphey A A 

Sunday Critique 
67 Rose P W & Co 
68-70 Jack F M 
69 The Lowry Banking Co 
69^Austin J W 

Pullman Car Office 

GOING WEST. 

Whitehall intersects. 
3iKlein C E 

Norrell B ,C 

Price Oscar 
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8-10 Atlanta Gas Light Co 

8J-io^ Hartsfield R G 

Gibson J G 

Hillyer George 

Hillyer Henry 

Bates W A 

Carter Frank 

Blesch W F 

McCown James A 

Hall T N 

Hall J A 

Southern Home B & L Assn 

Smith & Billings 

Scott Geo W Mnfg Co 

DeSoto Phos & Mining Co 

Thompkins N C 

Stevens W N 

Oxley R P 

LibbyRE 

New Home Sew Mach Co 
Broad intersects. 

Atlanta St R R Co 
i8yones A 
20-22 Stewart & Bowden 

23 Algee, Stevens & Co 
Johns H W MfgCo 

23iAdair A D & McCarty Bros 
Adair G B 
King R C 
Furman Farm Imp Co 

24 Wylie & Barclay 
Green D W & Co 

2 5iTide Water Oil Co 

26 W U Tel Co 

26-28 Atl Constitution Pub Co 
Constitution Bldg 

27 Hickey J E 



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2 7^Beck Alexander 

Forsyth intersecbi. 

Standard Oil Co 

Maddox-Rucker Bnkg Co 

DeLoach Mill Mtg Co 

Gunn E Y 
S2iSmith H H 

Drake R S 

Gt Sou Mut Ben Society 

Wesleyan Chrisn Advocate 

Atlanta & Florida R R 
2,6, 38 Atl Warehouse Co 
35-37 At water Carriage Co X 
35iChristian Index 

Wells & Paris 

Paris J A 
36 Vacant 

46-48 Georgia Ice Co 
52 Farrar R W 

Central R R 



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Courtland e to Butler, i n of 
Baker, Ward 6. 



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ALEXANDER, from W Peach- 
tree w to Marietta 2, n (^f 
Simpson. 

II (182) Cloud W B 
13 (180) Thompson G L 

Scott intersects. 
17 (178) Cook J B 

20 (177) Allen Mrs E A 

21 (176) Farlinger A W 
24 (175) Harper Mrs S F 

Spriny inter >^ect^. 
39 (156) Kirke Thomas 



MEMPH 

STOVE CO. 




98 "WHITEHALL STREET. 
See Page 67. 



FOR COAL AND WOOD 

CALL ON 

OVERTON & DUNN, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers. 

Best Domestic Coals at Lowest Prices. 

I TEL. 804. Yards 91. 6a. R.R.St. 



45 (154) Warren S F 

49 (152) Gallaher C M 

52 Smith G M \ 

55 (146) McMichael Peter, i 

56 (145) Gartrell Amanda, c 

59 Merrill E D 

60 (143) Myers B P i • 

61 (144) Merrill ED 
Williams intersects. 

63 (142) Strahan Mrs S H 
67 (140) Meinze H L 
73 (138) Cain J V M 
77 (136) Trouse Miss E 
81 (134) Latham T R 
SS Marcus Carrie, c 
90 Jackson Hampton, r 
Omie interse<^ts. 
New Hope Baptist Church 
loi (96) White Addie, c 

103 (94) Brown Matilda, c 

104 (94) Stewart Mrs L W 
T05 (92) Byrd Louisa, r 
109 (90) Hart Mary, c 

15 (88) Howard Annie, c 
19 (86) Broxton H W^ I 
25 (80) Merriwether Susie, c 
Lovejoy intersects. 

126 (85) Blackmon Mrs Hattie 

127 Copeland Ellen, c 
J30 (75) McKinnon A A 
131 (72) Edelmann Joseph 
134 (73) Bell N V ' 

139 (70) Sims L W 

140 (71) Griffin R L 
j Folder inttrsecti. 

i4i (68) Coffman E G 
142 (69) Cunningham G W 
145 (66) Dwyer J E. 






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146 (67) Webb C; W 

149 (64) Ford P S 

150 (65) Vacant 

155 (62) Dobbs H L 

156 (63) Waters R S 

McAfee interxeds. 
159 (60) Phillips I R 
161 (58) Brewer W D 
165 (46) Gottlieb Julius 

169 (44) Linch Hezekiah 

170 (45) Brown J S 

Venable intente^^tf. 

173 (42) Tatum R P 

174 (43) Taylor W H 

177 (38) Collins Mrs M E 

178 (37) Vacant 

187 (30) Bell Madison 

188 (31) Bell A J 

Liwkie int€rHect<. 

199 (6).Glore J M 

200 Terry Stephen 
200 Rankin John, i- 

203 (4) Gilham Mrs E M 

204 Vacant 

205 (2) Vacant 



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Cedar st, from West Peach- 
tree e to Peachtree at Alex- 
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22 (12) Harris Emma, < 
26 (22) Grant Mahala, i 
28 (22) Harper Wesley, r 
32 (24^ Jordan W H • 
38 (28) Richards W B B 
40 Huddleston W M 
44 (32) Byron J H, c 



58 (300) Sindall C A 



ALICE, frrm Pryor to Pulliam, 
I s of Raw son, Ward 2. 
27 (51) Bridges Samples, r 
31 (125) Harris Charles, i 
36 Phelps Hattie, t 

38 Dent Wm, ^- 

39 Vacant 

(15) Long James, i 



AMY, from Humphries e to 
Windsor, i s of Arthur, Sou 
Atlanta. 



ANGIER AVENUE, from Pine 
at No 200 s e to Jackson st, 
thence east to R & D R R, 
Ward 4. 

Fort interseeh. 
31 Duncan D, r 
53 (11) Ford Albert, f 
75 Butler J, c 
81 Huff J, (■ 

Summit IntetMectfi. 
Boulevard inte^'f(ecti*. 
172 Stokes TH 

174 Hardin J B 

175 Scully Col I W 
180 Bowes Dr W W 
182 Bentley O W 
186 Aspinwall F E 
192 (10) Collins W J 
195 (9) Bancker E A 
199 (11) Wilson W T B 



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LUMP, ANTHRACITE AND STEAM COAL 

FOR MANUFACTURING PURPOSES. 
Rear 72 Marietta St. Tel. 1420. 

j Furnishes Cheapest InsurancE 

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ANDERSON, from State w to 
Curran, i s of Emmet, be- 
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c t «.-,«. 1 2*> Dec^tor Street. 

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200 Whiteside J R 

216 Gates F H 

218 Bryan Aaron R 

Arnold inter «ects. 



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Ward 4. 

12 Hamilton G 

14 Dunn Wm 

16 DeLay R T 

18 Gheesling S A 

20 Smith H C 

26 Henderson Wm H 

28 Dickerson T W 

32 Smith J B 

Tf^ Stewart J T 

36 O'Neil Wm J 

39 Riordan J 

40 Snead Wm T 

44 Childress H K Wylie 

ARTHUR, from Humphries e 
to Windsor, South Atlanta. 

ARTHUR, West Atlanta, 
changed to Sunset ave. 

ASHBY, from West End n to 
Bellwood at western city limits 

AUGUSTA, from Hill, e to 
Grant's Park, i s of Georgia 
ave, Ward 3. 






C. G. WYNNE, 

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The Cehbnted Pabst Brewiog Co.'t 



MILWAUKEE BEER. 






11 and l:{ Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Street-. j 

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.JUSTIN ALLEY, between 
Humphries and Robbins' al. 
(Called also Morris st.) 

BADGER, from E Fair s 2 w of 
Boulevard. 
McW^illiams T J 
Horton R L 
. Boyce S N 
Hayes J J 

BAILEY, from W Fair n to 
Stonewall, i w of Chapel, 
Ward I. 

7 Dawson E, o 

8 Jacobs A T 

10 Daley P J 

11 Evans R L 

1 5 Wilson R G 

16 Manning C A 

18 Weight G B 

19 Johnson W N 

22 (20) Barton J B 

23 Anderson W W 

25 Salter F 

26 Anderson J P 
30 Gilbert A L 

34 Rice D D 

35 Camp B A 
38 Ficken J 
44 Johnson & Simons 



BAKER, from Peachtree at 
junction of W Peachtree e to 
Fort and w to Marietta, i n 
of Harris, Wards 4, 5 and 6. 

GOING EAST. 

15 Dougherty D H I 



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24 Thornbury Mrs M A 

Ivy intersects. 
42 (38)Hollingsworth MrsM E 
46 (40) Seltzer Charles 
50 (42) Dixon J Y 
54 (44)^Roney Nicholas 
62 (5o)^Harden Mrs J A 
70 (56)/Hunerkoph L P 
C'dioilami intersects. 
74 (60) Wright H S 
78 (64) VanWinkle J A 
82 (66) Bailey Dawson, r 
86 (72) Crutchfield Floyd, <• 
S8 (72) Williams Anna, f 
93 Breuning Casper 

102 (78) Nott FB 

114 (84) Brown Amanda, i 

I i4^Bently Martha, c 

116 Huggfns James, c 

Piedmont ace intersects. 

118 (i) Bailey G, c 

122 (2) Ogletree F. c 

126 Spencer Gus, c 

129 Griggs C, c 

130 (4) Berry Rachel, c 

131 TrammeJl M, t- 

134 Jackson L, c 

135 Buckner Nellie, c 

137 Badger M, f 

138 (6) Wiiite E, i- 

141 Williams A, c 

142 (7) Williams L, r 

143 Green 'W, c 
146 (8) Powell A, r 
150 Holland G, c 

Butler interf(ect.<. 

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165 O'Neill Y, r 
169 Bagwell E, c 
171 Lane F, c 
175 Davis J, ^ 
179 Hooper R, c' 
181 Fuller J B, f 
196 Jackson J, i- 
202 (206) Wood F, c 
" Hays B F, c 

Fort iniersecU. 

GOING WEST. 

17 Vacant 

21 Vacant 

27 (23) Perkerson A M 

30 (24) Hill CD 

Spring Intersects, 

35 (25) Appier D W 

36 (26) Waters W^ T 

39 (27) Pattillo H A 

40 (28) Peeples H C 

41 (29) Prioleau W F 

42 (36) Abel W G 

45 (31) Flesh Augustus 

46 (40) Smith J B 

49 (33) Kelley A H . 

50 (42) Starke H F 

53 (35) Redding R A 

54 (44) Fuller O C 
59 (37) Stallings J E 

.60 (50) Atkins J W 
61 Leslie Mrs J H 

Williams intersects, 
65 (57) Mand J L 

78 Hudson G B 

79 Peterson S M 

81 Ibach Mrs C G 

82 (83) Jobson F M 
86 King Rev J L 




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Orme intersects. 
99 Jones Miss Katharine 
loi Whatley Miss Sallie 
Smith W C 
100) Cooper A J 

102) Lewis G T 
109) Corley Mrs G A 

104) Campbell J B 

103) Barnett Mrs N M A 

105) Voss W C 

106) Harris S L 

107) Lewis J H 

108) Haney Henry 
III) Sullivan Pat 

Say den intersects. 

130) Laird H M 
Vacant 

126) Lindsey \V H 

129) Hutchison Mrs 

133) Wiles R J 
Vacant 

135) Brightwell W A 

136) Acton T M 
135) Snyder C P 

Averatt J M 

52 Vacant 

53 (139) Domini John 
56 Vacant 

Luckie intersects, 
160 Vacant 



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Woodward ave s to Rawson, 
I w of Terry. 

BALTIMORE PLACE, from 
West Peachtree w to Spring, 
Ward 6 (formerly Hunnicutt) 

IDoorman & |||oorman, 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 

TAMPS, OTAMP 

EALs! "~ OUPPLIES. 

32>^ South Broad Street. 



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I Strong C H 

4 Landauer Sigmund 

5 Goldsmith J M 
7 Roberts E H 
9 Ketner J H 

1 1 Armstrong Mrs J G 

13 Davis AH 

15 Cunningham Miss A O 

17 Arnall C S 

19 Echols Mrs H R 

21 Westmoreland W p^ 

23 Bandman I C 

25 Waring Mrs M G 

27 Austell Mrs I L 



BARTOW, from W & A R R 

n e to W Cain, i n w of 

Spring, Ward 5. 

13 Garner Susan, c 

19 McCarver Emma, c 

23 (10) Rain Laura, c 

I Marietta intersects. 
40 (20) Torbert Mrs M E 
Walto7i intersects. 

62 (22) Daniel John P 

63 (23) Martin George W 

69 Allen T V . 

70 Miller James T 

Ldvckie intersects. 
82 Lester James S 
88 Blackstock Wm H. 



BASS, from Windsor e to Hill, 
I s ot Georgia ave. Wards 2 
and 3. 

Cooper intersects. ! 
Fonnwalt intersects. 
Pryor intersects. 



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52 and 54 Peachtree Street. 



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111 Clothiers $ Tailors 

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15 and 17. 

-Cont'd 
Loyd intert^ecU. 
Pulliam intei'sects. 
Washinytoti intersects. 
Crew hifersectt. 
197 Vacant 
201 Vacant 
205 Vacant 
209 Vacant 

213 Vacant 

214 Teasdale T A 
(Japitol ave bitersecis. 

239 Williams A C 
245 Cochran Mrs Z M 
247 Vacant , 
249 Vacant 

Fra^ef intersectK. 
264 (26) Fields Emma, i- 
268 (28) Heird John, r 
272 Martin Aniiie, i 
274 Vacant 
276 Simmerley I S 

JReed ends. 
286 (72) Stephens John, i 

Terry etids. 
299 (25) Callaway J F 

Martin intersects. 
312-314 Daniel J T 
322 Ficher G T 

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BATTLE, from Fair s to Green's 
Ferry avenue,- i w of Roach, 
Ward I. 

(2) Davis Lucy,, c 

(3) Phillips Pomp, i- 

(4) Jackson Lucy, i- 



' (6) Hunnicutt John, c 
(7) Chapel David, f 

(16) Maddox W J 

(18) Grady J D 

(19) Jones Cedar, r 

(20) Williams John, c 

(21) Vacant 

'(22) Farmer Sallie, c 
Larkin intersects. 

(18) Vacant 

(19) Newdecker J J 

(20) Johnson P H, <: 

(21) Vacant 

(25) Smith Mrs M F 

BEARD, from Gregg s to Rich- 
ardson, I west of Ira, Ward 2. 
(i) Mason W M, r 
(3) Fears Jesse, c 
(9) Gates Maggie, r 
(11) Hughly Charles, c 
(15) Jones R A, r 

(17) Vacant 

(19) Thomas Lizzie, c 
(^19) Vacant 

(22) Vacant 

(24) Jones Sophronia, c 
(47) Cooley Cynthia, c 

BECKWITH, from junction of 
High and Porter w to limits, 
I s of W Hunter, Ward i. 
I Jackson S, c 
3 Murphy L, c 
5 Johnson Maria, c 

Ti Lumpkin T, c 

13 Nealous M, c 

15 Greenlee De, c 



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Gen'l Insurance Igents 

Fire, TAfe, Accident and 
Plate Glass. 

14 S. Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA. 



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17 Turner P, c 

Walnut intersects. 
46 Tucker C C 

Vine intersects. 
74 Knowels Ind's Bldg 
S6 Henderson James, c 
106 Mitchell Green, c 

Chestnut intersects. 



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nw to Kuhrt, 2 ne of Hum- 
phries, Ward I. 
7 (i) Vacant 

11 (7) Long Alice, c 

12 Head John F 

'3 (5) Callaway Rev N C, c 

15 Scroggins Delia, f 

16 Nichols S H, r 

18 Brown Augustus D, r 

19 King Emanuel, r 

20 Wilkerson George, c 

21 Windom Frances, c 

I Gemunden intersei'ts. 

22 Smith Joseph, c 

25 Pryor Priscilla, r 

26 Tucker Henry, c 
28 Mathews Sarah, c 
30 Long Emma, c 
32 Goodlett ]y c 

34 (22) Wilson John, r 

^6 (24) Parker Abraham, c 

BELL, from Georgia railroad 
to Houston, and s to Hunter, 
I west of Fort, Wards 3 and 4. 
12 Crow Y S 

Decatur intersects. 



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27 Taylor Wm 

29 (5) Dyer George W 

30 (4) Kennedy J L 
32 Hill M, c 

^^ Thomason J J 
34 Clarke L, c 

36 (8) Martin Wm 

37 Crockett J, c 

40 (10) Green J 

41 Reagan E, c 

43 Giles C R 

44 (12) Mooney W^ T 

47 Wallace S L 

48 Arrington George 
48 Goodwin H C 

Gilmer intersects. 
53 (19) Nelson T H 
57 (21) Kinsey J F 

61 Lee L S 

62 Reimann F 

63 McDonald Wm O 
63 Read Wm F 

67 Jossey S B 
69 Plunkett H A 
78 Mimms F P 

Taylor begins. 

College intersects. 

Pratt ends. 

Fain ends. 

115 (9i)BellG, r 

116 Colvard Mary, c 

118 Williams Mahala, c 

119 Story Jane, c 

120 Powers E, r 

j Boaz ends. 

121 Whitaker Wm, r 
123 Weaver C, c , ' 
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30 (144) Luckie'E, <•• 
32 (96) Blake C,r 
32 Gates C, i 

34 (100) Brown ^A, c 

35 Bush Ndrah 
46 Vacant 

Edgewood are intersects. 
55 Jones Richard 
■56 (109) Jones Sarah, r 

57 Jones Richard, r 

58 (108) Kyle Mary, ^ 

61 (III) Stafford Jane, c 

62 (no) Ford C, c 

6;^ (113) Allen Nettie, c 

64 (112) Beaslev Judge, c 

65 Bell Wm, (■ ^ 
68 Early Carrie^ c 

Wheat {nter.<ecti<. 
79 Butler, Slater & Co 

81 Brooks Elberta, c 

82 -Roundtree Carrie, c 

^3 (^07) Hancock Mary, r 

85 (7) Baker' John, c 

86 (108) Jackson Henrietta, f 

87 Murray Moses, c 

Old Wheat begins. 

88 (no) Clarke Mary, c 

90 (no) Green Oliver 

91 (11) Brown Frank, r 
93 Burkes B, c 

95 (12) Dobbs John, r 

96 Greene Laura, c 

98 Hallman Nora 

99 Wilson J E, r 

Green end^i. 
201 Long John, c 
203 Green Nancy, c 



206 (25) Lawrence H, c 
208 (32) Norwood Carrie 
209(33) Dupree Julius, f- | 

211 Vacant / 

212 (36) Williams Rufus, r ' 

213 (46) Osborn Eveline, <■ 

214 (^S) Smith Nancy, c 

215 (200) Johnson Frank, r 

216 (138) Johnson Katherine, r 
2 1 9* (41) Nunnally Jane, c 

220 (40) Echols B, c 

Hmiston intersect^<. 



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Marietta at northern limits, 
west, formerly called Mayson 
& Turner Ferry road (Bell- 
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BEREAN AVENUE, from 
Tennels s, i e of Savannah, 
Ward 3. 

Brown Mrs C A 
i) Burson Mrs M 

2) Brisendine P E 
I3) Harmon R M 

3) White T H 
[4) Watson C A 
[4) Clark S M 
;5) Maddox T A 
j) Robie J F 
[9) Hardeman S H 

i) Hobart G H 
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Sponges, Chamois, all hinas of Brushes, 

Artists' Goods, Reliable Mixed Paints, &c. 

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BEREAN AVE— Cont'd 
Windsor O H 
Carpenter Thos 
Acree T P 

(17) Almand Mrs E 

(20) Carpenter J L 

(23) Bradley J T 

(37) Stanford D M 
Plumb Mrs M A 
Ellison Mrs F E 
Ray W E 

BERKELL, from Humphries e 
to Windsor, 4 s of Glenn, 
Ward 2. 

(i) Lyons Wallace 

(2) Harrison Wm 

(3) Lemachs Frank 

(4) Bowden Albert 

(142) Williams Press, c 

(143) White York, c 
(246) Gravitt R L 
(248) Vacant 

Robinson W D 
Preston J M 
Williams Bessie, c 



BIBB, from Means north, i 
Bellwood ave. 



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BIGGERS, from F(3rt e to Cem- 
etera, 2 n of E Fair, Ward 3. 
17-19 Vacant 
21 Winston Alex, c 
23 Wright Ed, c 
25-27 (40) Vacant 
29-31 Vacant « 

Grant intersects. 
' 36 (41) McMichael John, c 



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37 Adams Mary, c ] 

39 (35) Giddeon Susan, c 

40 (35) Cooper T, c 

41 (32) Curry Alex, c 

42 (33) Fields Wm, c 

43 (30) Norwood Dollie, c 

44 (29) Porter Emma, c 1 

45 {28) Kidd Martin, c ' 

46 (25) Westmoreland Maria, c 

47 (26) Persall H, c 

48 (23) Davis George, c 

49 (24) Wilson Amaziah, 

50 (23) Hamilton L, c 

George intersects. 
{54 Hart Jane, c 
55 Vacant 

57 (16) Bryant Gus, c 
58(13) StovallJ, c 
59 (13) McCants Jane, c 

61 (8) Thomas Minerva, 

62 (9) Grimes Wm, c 

63 (9) Price Sylvia, c 

67 (29) Smith Miss S J 

68 Hoyle Emma, c ;, . 

BISHOP, from Forest ave n to 
Merritts ave, between Court- 
land and Calhoun, Ward 6. 



BLACKGUM ALLEY south- 
eastern limits (Pittsburg) near 
Rockwell. 

(8) Wallace G W 
(12) McDaniel James 
I (14) Hicks Philip, c 
(16) Calhoun John, c 

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Wrought Iron Pipe. 

Flttiags &Bd inn Goods. 



BLECKLI^Y AVENUE from 
W Peachtree east beyond 
limits, I St south of Exposition 
grounds. 



^ BLUFF, from Kries w to C R 
R, nr s w limits, West End. 



BOAZ, from junction Edgewood 
ave and Butler s e to Bell, i 
n of College, Ward 4. 
9(1) Harris Jackson, c 

10 (2) Rutherford S 

11 (i) Barber C, c 

13 (3) Groves A, c 
(14) Tripp A, c 

14 (4) Gates J, I- 

16 (4) Hartsfield S, c 
117 (5) Williams J, c 
18 Houston P, I- 
20 Vacant 
22 Alexander R, c 
23-25 Burney M, i 
24 Easely K, c 

BOBO'S ALLEY, from Mari- 
etta, bet Bartow and Spring, 
w to W & A R R, Ward 5. 

BORNE, from G R R s, i e of 
Factory, Ward 3. 
I (2) Brown J T 
I (3) Gossett J C 

(5) O'Neal Joshua 
, (7) O'Nbal A Q 
(9) Beniley D T 
TenrieU intersects. 
(10) Carpenter W R 



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(10) McDonald O V 

(11) Hughes J M 

(11) Whaley Russell 

(12) Hammond T H 

(13) Mooney ] H 
(18) Shirley R M 

(20) Douglass R F 
Waterhoiise comirienees. 

(21) Belcher J S 
(23) Vacant 
(25) Dempsey R 

(30) Reynolds J O 

(31) Hall F S 
(34) Allen G W. 



BOSCHE ALLEY, from Bump- 
stead al s to Richardson 



BOSS AVENUE, from. Mari- 
etta s, I west 01 Ponder ave. 



BOU'LEVARD, from Decatur 
n to limits, i w of Jackson, 
and s by eastern boundary of 
Grant Park, Wards 3 and 4. 

GOING NORTH. 

11 (7) Mooney R M 

12 Lamb Wm H 

15 (9) Almond H C 
17 (11) Gathright W E 
Todd commences. 
23 Maddox Mrs E J 
27 (15) SpinksJ P 
31 (6) Williams Frank, c 

34 (16) Farmer E E 

35 (19) Winfrey Sarah, c 

36 Owens A J 

39 (27) Carter Larkin, c 



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42 Cook J T 

Gartrell intersects, 
52 (24) Garrett H F 
56 Estes M V 

Chamberlin end.*. 
76 Gay F H 
80 Schrimner Wm 

Edgewood ave intersects. 
90 Smith H F 
95 ^37) Johnson J L 
94 (36) Pharr G F 
102 Quarles W E 
106 (42) King S R 
112 Stribling G T 

Wheat intersects. 
114 Edwards M E & Co 
117 Smith G, c 
119 Williams J, ^ 

Old Wlieat intersscts. 
123 (35) Corry A J 
135 Mitchell N, c 
141 Wimberley H, c 
143 Greene P, c 
147 Eberhart N, c 
153 Zion Methodist Church, c 
161 Groves A, c 
163 Sloan W, r 
165 Cureton J A, ^ 

Irwin intersects. 
Boulevard Public School 
188 WarlickJ W 
200 (76) Abbey R M 
204 (78) Haile Dr T J 
Houston intersects. 
Cain ends. 
223 Nelson L B 
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11 and 13 Mitchell Hnd 78 and 80 

Broa i Street*. 

Telephone 4-20. 



I Johnson ave com,niences. 
143 Raymond W I 

247 Bruckner Mrs M 

248 Phillips H T 
251 Spence N (^ 
257 Wikle W S D 
264 Williams Mrs J J 

I Highland are intersects. 

270 Blue E W 

278 Foute Dr W E 

I Adams ends. 

284 Jenkins Sam A 

288 (211) Featherstone W S 

313 Carey J 

Mortns intersects. 
333 Gallagher J J 
343 Amiss My^es, i 
357 Davison J W 

Rice intersects. ^^ 

371 (300) Forbes WT 

An^icr ave. intersecU. 
403 Hopkins I L 
415 Hopkins C>T 

Rankin commences . 
449 Thomson W S 

Morgan commences. 
472 Aldredge J 
482 Collins J R I 

GOING SOUTH. 

Tennell commence. 
70 Stahl Benedict 
Bennett Mrs C 
74 Pendlev P P 
94 Smith H W 
98 (6) Mitchell M F 
Waldrop E H 
White CC 1 

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06 Dickinson B S 

12 Duncan J W 

16 Vacant 

Factory ends. 

36 Carrier C R 

^2> Buice Charles 

42 Ricks J B 

44 Mauldin D G 

46 Vacant 

48 Rebb Charles 

50 Daley Mrs Nellie 

52 Fleming R A 

56 Vacant 

58 Pittman Wm 

60 (11) SmitM J O 

62 (12) Carter J J 

66 Acree W M 

6^ Smith Walter 

72 Hardeman Jack 

72 Hardeman C B 

74 Webb Wm^ 

E. Fair intersects. 
MiDonald vntersecis. 
196 Martin & Henck 
200 Hughes H O 
202 Hughes Miss Susan 
Woodivard ave inter seek. 
Bryan intersects. 
243 Curtis C F 

Glenn intersects. 

274 (197) Lee Martha, c 

275 Pickert A F 
309 (160) Ingle D C 
312 Vacant 

Sidney intersects. 
348 (180) Wright James 
352 Gouldy D H 



356 (182) Everett Mrs L E 
Rosalie intersects. 

360 (186) D'Alvigny C F S 

374 (192) Crookshanks A W 
Killian intersects. 

391 (200) Doolittle Mrs M F 

394 Fischer J A 

398 Bernard A H 

402 Cramer D 



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BOX, from Courtland ave e to 
Butler, I n of Merritts ave, 
Ward 6. 



BOYNTON'S ROW, from 
Windsor e to Cooper, i n of 
Richardson. Ward 2. 



BRADBURY ALLEY, from 
Haynes s w to Fair, i n of 
Peters, Ward I. 



BRADLEY, from Decatur, n 
to Irwin, 3 e of Boulevard, 
Ward 4. 

4 Philips J L & P K 
8(1) Langston M J 

11 (i) Sisson Mrs Alice 

12 (4) Davenport G G 

15 Powell J W 
(3) Jordan J H 

16 (6) Philip PK 
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20 (8) Barnett John 



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7) Glass R A 
12) Pylant E 

8) Hawes P L 
Ezzard commences. 

21) Penington Jordan, c 
20) Bryant John 

4) Leach Mrs M G 
24) Upson John, c 

5) Dugged J A, r 



49-51 (27) Penington Doc, c 
50 (28) Wise Henry, c 
55 (29) Flemister George, c 
Hdgewood avenue intersect*. 
WJieat intersects. 
no Mangham M, r 
III Kenyon N, c 

114 O'Neill E, r 

115 Traylor J H, r 
118 O'Neill M, r 

121 Randolph A, c 

122 Gibson G, r 

123 Williams M, r 

124 Wilson A, r 

127 Cox J, c 

128 Jones F, c 

131 McCoy A, r 

132 Johnson Harvey, c 

135 Hill A, , 

136 Birch T, c 

139 Hanes C, c 

140 Broomfield J, c 
142 Smith M, c 

Irwin intersects. 



BRADLEY ALLEY, from 
Highland ave to Chestnut, i 
w of Hilliard, Ward 4. 

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Raising and [Roving Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special FMcillties 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21M B. Alabama. 

BROAD, from W & A R R n e 
to Luckie at Peachtree, and s 
w to Mitchell, I w of White- 
hall, Wards i and 6. 

GOING NORTH. 

1 (22) Vacant i 

2 Ibach C G 
2^Lester Syl & Co 

2 J (19^) Adams Spring Motor 
2^Foote & Davies 
2|Grant Ed L Sign Co 

3 Vacant 

4 Phillips J W & Co 

5 Bentley Moses H, c 

6 (17) Wilson J T 
Hhsi) Barnett Samuel 

Smith & Hape 
Nixon & Lindsey 
Hanbury T E 

7 (18) Rubin SH 
McVickers Mrs L ^ 
Dennis Mrs F J 

9 (16) Vacant 

10 (15) McClendon J J & J T 

11 (14) Bridger J C 
Randall R H ^ * 

12 (13) Carlton J M B 

13 Bryant John, c 

14 (11) Carr GT 
Shomo A M 

1 5 Vaughan C J 
iSjSoutheastern Tariff Assn 

Arnold & Arnold 
DeLeon B C ! 

Grant J W 

Mitchell Eugene M & Gor- 
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New No., 15 and 17. 

BROAD— Cont'd 
A & W P R Ry 
Masonic Hall 
i6-2o (7-9) Neal John 
i6iWilliams S W 

Marietta intersecti*. 
29^Vacant 
31 Harrington R R 
33 (0 Jacot L 

35 (3) Manning Furniture Co 

36 (4) Stewart D O & Co 
Campbell R O 

37 (5) Respess & Co 
Tolbert, Drummond & Co 

39 Verner J J & Co 
C & G Electric Co 

39i(7i) Lester J N, jr 
Cook Jos S & Co 
Black DC 
Simmons & Corrigan 
Am Mut Loan & Ins Co 
Hosch Lumber Co 
Clark Lumber Co 
Atwater I T & Sons 

40 (14) Review & Expositor 
King Royal Germetuer Co 

4oiSmith V A 

41 (9) Davis Ellis & Co 
Rockmart Slate Co 
Warren S T 
Kimball J W 
Kimball J C, est 
Hill Harry 
Fallon P J & Co 

4iiFlagg A D 

42 Foote G W 
42^Progressive Benefit Order 

44 (16) Coleman J M 



44i^Christian Science Ass'n 
45*^(13) Wilson R H & Co 

Am Investment Co 

Mer & Mech Banking and 
Loan Co 

46 (18) Manahan M W 

47 Johnston S & Co 

48 (20) Roberts E M & Co 
Woodside J J 

Preuss Geo Ad 
Walton intersects. 
50 (28) Paul & Gullatt 
54 Beatie & Lampkin 
60 (28) Davis J A J 
62 Reeder M O 
64 (30) Atl Wire & Iron W'ks 
68 (34) Spencer & Hancock 
69^Richards F 

Poplar intersect*. 
70 (36) Knapp S F 
78 (42) Gate City Reed and 
W Ware Co ' 
Schneider & Fritsh 
82 (44) New Era Gas Appli- 
ance Co 
82-84 (44-46) Wingate & Mell 
86 (50) Loo James 
88 (50) Scarratt House 

GOING SOUTH. 

1 Fire Dept Headquarters 
Engine House No i 

2 (24) Parsons & Bostick 
Hampton & Herman 
East Lake Land Co 
Simpson Iron Co 
Holbrook J M 
Talley A S 

Gann R M 

•PHONE S67. 

MELONE. CANTEY & RAWSON. 

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Kiser C C 

Beckham W E & Co 
Harris Stave & Lumber Co 

2^(24^) Confederate Hall 
Georgia Hedge Co 
Enterprise Lumber Co ^ 
Lanier & Hoppie 
Atl Tool & Supply Co 
Hoppie Bank Punch Co 

3-5 Alexander J M & Co 

4 Sisson V P 

5^Foot & Davies 
Williams F H 

6 Hook & Ladder Co No i 

7 (31) HendrixJ C & Co 
Lowe & Manry 

7i(3iJ) Bosche R C & Co 
Hudgins H C & Co 

8 (30) Byrd C P 
Atlanta Engraving Co 
Goldsmith Real Estate and 

Loan Agency 
S^Lester J F & Co 

9 Reeder VV L 

10 Atlanta Evening Journal. 
ioi(32i) The Ga. Security & 

Banking Co 
Riley, Grant & Co 
Marietta Guano Co 
Smith Hoke & Burton 
Whiteside J R 
Pope W H 
Union Labor Advocate The 

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"i{35i) Smith J H 

Macon Telegraph 



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69 WHITEHALL STREET. 

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12 (34) Neal Loan & Banking 

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13 (hiimarin Engles & Stock- 

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14 (38) Roberts &: Lampkin 

Hrattonjohn ^ i- 

Melone, Cantey & Rawson 
14A (38^) Red Men's Hall 
Gress Lumber Co 
Ark Wright P S 
Read & Brandon 
Piedmont Exposition Co 

15 Atl Home Ins Co 
Atl Bldg & Loan Assn 

isMnman S M & Co 

16 (40) Sou Bnkg & Trust Co 

Alabama intersects. 

17 (41) Ware& Owens 
ly^Inman H T 

Jones DG 
Ellis & Gray 

18 New Home Sew M Co 

19 (43) Parkhurst W F & Co 
Warner & Parkhurst 
Dallas G J 

19^(43^) Kennesaw Guano Co 

Pratt N P 
21 Bennett B F 

2ii(47i) Turner & Campbell 
Holt J R 

23 Postell & Sexton 1 . 

25 Shockley W J & Co 
Palmer Bros ^ 
Murphy C P | 

26 (33) Evins John C 
26|Davis J R 

27 Burgess & Co 

28 Johnson J B 



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Mineral, Timber, County and 
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DEAUEf; IN 

Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, 

AND WHIPS OF ALL KINDS. 



9 S. Broad St. 



BROAD—Coat'd 

29 (55)ChattahoocheeBrickCo 
Piedmont Broom Co 
Parrott Lumber Co 

30 Vacant 

31 Atl Rubber Stamj) and 

Stencil Works 
3i^Leo Gust. E 
32 "(56) Gate City Art Glass 

Works 
Johnson, Beaumont & Co 
32^(56^)Moorman & Moorman 
33 (59) Stokes J W & Co 

35 (61) Hawkins, Dobbs & Co 
35^Broomhead & Street 

36 (60) Star Mfg Co 
36iRich Miss R E 

Railroad Branch Y M C A 

37 (63) Watts & Huff 
37^Shubrick E T 
38^Phillips W R Jr & Co 

39 (65) Davis & Ammons 
Southern Paint & Glass Co 
Camp Thomas 

39^(65^) Moncrief Dowman & 
Co 

40 (64) Atlanta Paint & Seed 

Co 
41 'Perkins Machinery Co 
41^(69^) Christian J 
43 (69) Eubanks Robt S 
45 Baisden J A S & Co 
47-49 (73-75)Brown&KingSCo 

50 Ryan Co 

Hunter intersects. 
High J M & Co 

51 Hoffman J J & Co 
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53 Stamps O L & Co 

55 Kelley C H & Bro 

56 (80) Vacant 

57 Evening Herald The 

58 Stallings J E 

59 Stallings J W &Co 
5 9^ Atlanta Label Press 
60"' (84) Sawtell T R 

61 Holmes Nick, c 
McNair M, c 

62 (86) Milner Bros & Co 

62i (86|) Barker W W & Co " 

63 (85) Osier James 
63Wacant 

65 Southern Farm Tool Co 
66^(901^) White S S Dental 
Mfg Co 

67 Lyndon C Y 
Baggett & Brown 

68 (90) Salter M T 

69 Bryant & Catton 
71 LaHatte J H 

7 i.4Jordon P 

73 (95) Thomason & Son 

75 Stewart G B 

77 Singleton F P 

79 Plunkett H A 




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BROTHERTON, from Thomp- 
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6 (2) Underwood G C 
10 (4) Pfeiffer C S 
14 (6) Bo wen Mrs L E 



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BROTH ERTON— Cont'd 
18 (8) Franklin H 

20 (10) Daly Mrs Ella 

21 (13) Franklin Richard 

22 (12) James L P 

Forsyth intersecU. 

46 (25) Gershon Aaron 

47 (26) Selig Sigmond 
49 (28) Freisleben Abe 

54 (23) Perkins J W 

55 (32) ReddeyJ W 

Wh itehall intersects. 
83 (54) Giles J A 

I Pryor intersect^. 



BROWN'S ALLEY, from Gregg 
to Rawson, near Windsor, 
Ward 2. 




BROYLES, from Logan south 
to Clarke, i e of Hill, Ward 3. 
Laseter J D 
Farrell I L 
Reeder W L 
Cochran E H 
Johnson T J 
Vacant 
Beane W R 
Fischer Frederick 



BRYAN, from South Boulevard 
e to limits, 2 s of Fair, Ward 3. 

BUENA Vista* avenue, 

from Formwalt e to Pulliam, 
nr city limits. Ward 2. 

(17) Dorman J B 

(10) Smith J S 

(19) Dorman &: Green- 



MEMPH 

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98 WHITEHALL STBEET. 

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LOWEST PRICES, 

(20) Bridges J W ; 

Baker W H . ! 
(12) Perry Wm 
, Cox N M 

Patterson Belle, f 
(15) McVicker Mrs Lula 

BURCKEL. See BERKELL. 



BUSH, from W & A R R (Elli- 
ott st) w to Lambert, Ward 5. 

1 (9) Aughtmon J A 

2 (10) Pierce T, ^ i 

3 (9) Ray Mrs C C j 
5 Vacant ' 
8 (12) Woodruff W L 

II (15) Barrett Mrs G N 
Barrett W E 1 

15 (17) Fair J P 

16 (18) Woodruff R G 

17 (19) Armistead V T 

18 (20) Vacant 

19 (21) Vacant 

21 (16) Davis E M 

22 Stigall Wm 1 

24 Smith W T 

25 (23) Harbin Charles 

Mangum intersects. 

40 (38) Churchill A R 

41 (41) Barker D W 

42 (49) Frei Anderson 

44 (42) Stegall Mrs Mattie 

45 (43) Field Mrs. S E 
49 (45) • homas J C 
52 (46) Ryan James 

52 Barrett Robert 

53 (47) Harwell M P 

54 (48) Barrett I G 



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BUSH— Cont'd 

57 (49) Pitman lames 

58 (50) Davis R A 

59 (49) Croft Thomas 

60 (50) Peek L A 

61 (51) Hiiley J O 

62 (52) Jackson \V F 
70 (55) Baskin W A H 

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74 Ciriddelf H R 
S2 Taylor (; W 
86 (28) Kitchens Ransom, r 
90 Vacant > 

• 91 (90) Crawford L N 
94 Hihon A E 

Davii< hitei'.<f'('h. 
97 Gravitt W \V 
loi (71) Acree I) H 

Edwards intersects. 
120 Turnage T J 
124 Kane Thos 



BUTLER, from Decatur n to 
North ave and s to Capitol 
ave, I e of Piedmont ave, 
Ward 3. and divides Wards 4 
and 6. 

GOING NORTH. 

7 Raezer J W 

8 cio) Jeffers M E 

11 (11) Letson M 

12 Wolfsang D M 

14 Barker G 

15 (13) Hall J H 
18 (16) Grosse J 
22 C18) Post John 

23-31 Phoenix Planing Mill 
24 Woolburg B 



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28 Horochoff Morris 

43 145) Valovitch Samuel 

44 Hartsfield C G 

44 Harper George 

45 Goldstein I 

47 Cohen W 

48 (46) Hoanar L 

49 (53) Nicholas H T 

52 Pritchett W E 

53 Vacant 

^6 Phelps Charles 

57 Wellborn J D 

58 Lynch M 

60 Atl Medical College 

61 (59) O'Connor W E 
66 Green H 

Hardman Wm J 

69 Tisdale A J 

70 LeSueur J A 

Jenki))s iydersects. 
73 Butler P i 

77 Hackman ] 
83 White J C' 
90 Ray. A F 
94 (92) Rusch L A 
98 Chase P C 

Grady Hospital 

CoUeqe intersects. 

A M E Church 

104 (96) Floyd B 

105 (99) Porter W, V 
III (no) Lane H, r 

113 (103) Raiiiie J, ^ 

1 14 Porter O, r 

116 (106) Thompson W H, 

117 (105) Jenkins George, < 

119 (107) Harris J, c 

120 (112) Macklin F, c 



W. H. CHASE, 

Jellico, Lump, Steam and 
Nut and Anthracite 




Rear 72 Marietta Street. Tel. 1420 




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BUTLER— Cont'd 

Edgewood ave intemects. 

131 (117) Martin P L, r 

135 ("9) Mitchell B, c 

137 (125) Banks Austin, c 
Wheat intersects. 
Big Bethel A M E Church 

140 (124) Clark T A, f 

141 (127) Lee Jane, r 

142 (126) Jackson L, c 
144-146 Mathews E 
145 (131) Mack M G, r 

147 (133) Robinson W T 

148 Martin P 

149 (135) Simms J J, r 
^50 (134) Freeman A 

151 Eskridge Peter, c 

152 (136) Moore L 
157 Eskridge Peter, c 
159 Summers Floyd 
165 Washington Wm, c 
167 (153) Brown Francis, c 

Shelton John, c 

ni (759) Booker Green, r 

174 (162) Turner J, c 

175 (175) Steele G R, c 

178 (160) Thomas N, c 

179 (167) Lee Cynthia, r 
182 (166) Dansby T R 

^^3 (173) Underwood H M 
184 (168) Taylor xM, c 

1 88 (178) White G W, c 

189 (177) Easley S W 

191 (181) Fishburn Mahala 

192 (183) Sims S r 

195 (185) Dobbs J, r i 

196 (186) Howard M, c 

197 (185) Akins Rosetta, f| 

C. G. WYNNE, 

At No. 2 Whitehall St., 
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The Choicest and Finest Brands 

Cld Oicar Pepper, Old Crow Whiskies 

aad Choicest WIneN and Brmndien 
Direct Imported. 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Streets. Tel 420. 

201 (189) Ellis H, ^ 

202 (190) Harris A, r 

203 (191) Wynn Dinkey, c 

204 C188) Street W , 

205 (195) Gibbs J, c 

Houston intersects. 
Gate City Colored School 
207 Crew Maria, r 
223 (i) Lyons John, c 

225 (2) Tread well B T, r 

226 Richardson E, c ^ 
Reed A, c 

227 (3) Smith Almeta, c 

229 (4) Young Geo, c 

230 Waite L, c 

231 Weemes Anna, c 
233 Smith Elizabeth, c 

Ellis intersects. 
235 Patterson Fannie, c' 
237 Maxwell A, c 
239 (225) Smith Calvin, c 
241 (227) House Cynthia, c 

243 (229) Wilber Sarah, c 

244 Daniel L, c 

245 (231) Vacant 

246 Jones A, c 

247 (233) Blakely C, c 
249 (235) Nesbitt Jane, c 

251 (237) Reed Mildred, c 

252 Butler A, c j 

253 (239) Smith T, c 

254 Miller N, c 

256 Wallace ], c 1 

257 Buford B, r ' 

258 Jackson C 

259 Harris Lucinda, c 
261 (145) Hawkins P M, ^ 

Cain intersects. 



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BUTLER— Cont'd 
271-273 Butts M, c 
277 Holcomb W, c 
284 (148) Jones E R, < 
289 Murphy J, ^ 
Cargile Z, r 

307 Barnett L, c 
309 Smith M, r 
311-313 Ellsby M, c 
315 Cloud H, c 

318 Simmons H, r 

319 Gaines S H, t • 
320-322 (256) Wilson E, (- 
321 Warren S, c 
324-326 (159) Burk T, c 
328 Sappho A, f 

Baker iuter.^pctf. 
332 Jackson A, r 

GOING SOUTH. 

5 Hill Wm, c 

7 W'illiams Reuben, i- 

9 Smier Wm, c 
10 Bell Mary, c 
11-13 Cole R E, < 
15 Lindley Moses, r 
17 (15) Harris James, c 

19 Vacant 

20 Anderson R, c 

22 Hogan Nelson 

23 (17) Jarrett B & Sons, r 

Ra\lroadi< inien^eci. 
Woodward Lumber Co 
36 Johnson E, c 
38 Daniel G, r 
42 Ga College Eclectic Med 
44 Tolbert P, <: 

Hunter intersects. 



56 Robinson M, i' 
62 South J, f 

64 Moore Z, c 

65 (71) Morris L 

66 Grisom James 
68 Waters Nelson 
70 Lovejoy Wm, c 
73-75 Jones C, (■ 
76 Jones E, c- 

78 Pritchard Fannie, r 
80 Curtright B F 
82 Knott J M 
82 Coplin I 
88 Oliver N A 
90 Brook M C 
94 Jenkins C, c 
100 Smith J C 



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Boulevard and vv to Marietta, 
I s of Harris, Wards 4, 5 
and 6. 

GOING EAST. 

15 (11) Hanna Mrs B H 

18 (16) Lewis C H 

19 (15) Harris Mrs J O 
22 (18) Dawson J H 

25 (17) Crocker G B 

26 (20) Long W A 

28 (2^') Taylor Jackson 
Ivy intersects. 

43 (39) Harris Mrs L N 

44 Talley A N 

45 (41) Turner McD 
48 (42) Winship C R 

51 (45) Bass W A 

52 (46) Johnston Mrs R C 
55 (49) Kenan T H 



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CAIN— Cont'd 
56 (50) Cheatham A T 

60 (52) Moomaugh R H 

61 (53) Hanleiter B C 

65 (57) Hardin J E 

66 (58) Austin Mrs M R 
70 Irby G H 

Courtland intersects 
83-85 Morgan E 
84 (84) Hammond W J 
88 (82) Jones Lewis, c 

I Clifford ends. 

92 (84) Stubbs Charles, c 
96 (86) Perkins N W, c 
99 Brown R 
104 (96) W^illiams Oscar 
108 (98) Freeman P F, r 
no (102) Floyd Emma, r 
112 (102) Saxton J P, ^ 
116 (104) Perkison E P, r 
Piedmont are intersects. 

118 (106) Monroe W, c 

1 19 Hinton C 

124 (114) Allston A P, <: 
126 (116) Bennett Annie, c 
128 (118) Turner C, c 
130 (120) Burnett A W, c 
134 (122) Maynard Mrs A W 
138 (126) Oates I L, r 
140 (128) W^hitfield Fannie, c 
142 Walker Abel, c 
148 (140) Mitchells 
150 (141) Towns Delphy, c 
152 (142) Howard Robert, c 
156 Mitchell Emily, c 
Butler intersects. 

161 (157) Simms G, r 

162 Todd Abram, f 

Ploorman ft Ploornian, 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 

STAMPS ATAMP 

lllV:-^' - OUPPLIES. 

82!>^ South Broad Street. 



PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN— 

Raising and |l|oving Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect fSafety. Special Fci lilies 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21>^E. Alabama 



163 (159) Nelson Wm, c 
166-168 Keller Neel, c 
167 (161) Harrison Sarah, 
170 Harrison F, c 

172 Starr H, c 

173 (177) Freeman Lula, c 
Wood Anna, c 

174 Barks C, c 

176 Mitchell J, r I 

178 Ford Z T, r 

179 (180) Hull John, c 

181 Maxwell Henrietta, c 

182 Hightower P, r 
184 Maxim J, c 

183 Gaines Clem, c 
186 Stigers M, c 

189 Marver Mattie 

190 Broughton Clora, c 

193 (209) Thomas Henry, 

194 Josey T, c I 

196 Kelly P, c 

197 (210) Askew T E, r 

198 Berner L, r 

202 (212) Hatcher C, c 

206 Smith Wm, r 

206 Crew Wyatt, c 

210 Heywood J, c 

212 (218) Simonton J S, i' 

Fort intersects. 
214 King C, c 
218 (224) Freeman S, y 
221 (225) Hill Miles, k- 
224 Echols J, r I 

230 Francisco R B 

Hilliard intersects. 
242 Bugg W B 
246 Bishop T L 
250 (254) Rushing A J 



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52 and 64 Peachtree Street. 



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Clothiers I Hatters, 

Old No.. 17 and 19 Whitehall Street, 

New No., 15 and 17. 

CAIN— Cont'd 

253 Green A H 

254 Krutch C C 

260 Vacant 

261 (259) Tappan Mrs Willie 

266 Dunlap J C 

267 (261) Murphy Joseph H 
271 Moody W R 

274 Sims G W 

275 (265) Rogers J T 

Jackson intersect^. 
GOING WEST. 

7 Edwards Wm E 
17 Ebranz Andy M 

19 (19) Woolley B M 

20 Vacant 

21 Paschal R A 

Spring intersecU. 
39 Zimmer V 
43 (41) McAfee M A 
45 (43) Haltivvangef A J 

Church ends. 
49-51 (45) Burke W B 
53 (47) Collis Mrs F W 
55 (51) Dennison C H 
58 Cooke Edward T 

61 (53) Bedell C A 

62 Carroll George, c 

Williams commence*. 

63 (55) Williams M B 
68 (60) Craig Julia, c 

James cfuh. 
82 Manning A A 
87 (71) Witherspoon W L 
89 (73) Fufby Miss Edith 

92 Tilton Theodore W 

93 (77) McClung J F 

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95 (79) Baker B H 
97 (81) Moorefield J H 
Orme commences. 
02 Thompson Mrs Susan 

04 Osborn E H 

05 (87) Forsyth Wm 
II (^89) Forsyth J A 
13 (93) Welch George 
17 Dennis Green 

Luckie intersect^. 



CALHOUN, changed to Pied- 
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CAPITOL AVENUE, from E 
Hunter at State Capitol to 
limits, 2 e ef Washington, di- 
vides Wards 2 and 3. 
E. Mitchell ends. 
46 (38) Thomas G S 
50 Ga Baptist Orphans Home 

Butler commences. 
59 (43) Pendleton J,T 

64 (46) Hogan J W 

65 (45) Haygood W A 

66 (48) Palmer Wm M 

Fair intersects. 

73 (51) Newton Dr C S 

74 (52) Bowden E H 

78 (56) McLean J J 

79 (57) Elston H B 
80^82 Unfinished 

85 (63 ) Peacock W C 

86 (64) Robinson Mrs C H 

88 (68) Johnson L C 

89 (69) Anderson R A 

90 (70) Hare W F 
94 (72) Irvin T B 

'PHONE 557. 

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Cen'l Insurance (gents 

Fire, TAfe, Acaident and 
Plate Glass. 

14 S. Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA. 



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98 (76) Stewart J T 

99 (75) Tupper S Y 
loi (75) Fitten J A 

Woodward ave intersects. 
07 (79) Egleston Thos R 
88 (80) Henson Mrs A 
II (83) Foster J H 
1 2- II 8 (84-90) Little W W 
17 (87) Davis Mrs M E 
1 8^(90 J) Turner J R 
20 (92) Smith W P & Co 

23 (91) Orchard Mrs H Z 

24 (94) Lee Mrs Kate 
27 (95) Ebbert Dr A P 
28-130 (96-98) Foster John H 
32 (100^ Allen E T 

35 (103) Adams Jacob 

36 (104) Jones Rev J 

Baivson intersects. 

42 ( 1 08) Petty Thos F 

43 (109) Harrison J P 

44 (no) Vacant 

51 (117) Hillyer Henry 

52 (116) Patton Miss M D 
59 (123) Tucker Mrs H H 
62 (126) Robertson F G 

Clarke intersect.^. 

71 Unfinished 

72 Robertson U O 
76 (138) Snider L 

79 (141) Muse George 

83 (143) Atwood J A 

84 (144) Goldsmith M E 

87 (145) Pinson J L 

88 (146) Zahner Robert 

91 (151) Rushton Mrs M S 

92 (152) Brunson Mrs E A 



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Graining and Oii Coiors, 

White Lead,! -Coat Carriage Paists.&c 

Factory, 375 Decatur Sireet. 

Oflace 56-58 Marietta Street. 

201 Rankin J W | 

202 (158) Beatie D A 

Fulton intersects. 
209 (171) Grubb H C | 

212 (172) Mims R E ! 

213 (175) Mitchell O E 

216 (180) Bell W S i 

217 (179) Cunningham R E 
220 (182) Craig J N \ 

223 (i8f) Wright W A 

224 (184) Gee John A 

227 (183) Foster F O 

228 (188) Forbes G B 

231 (195) Loyless W A 

232 Vacant 

234 (196) Daniel J H 

235 (199) Richards W G 

236 Vacant 

Richardson intersects. 

238 (198) Dyer T H 

239 (203) Dorsey R T 

240 Abercrombie Hugh 

243 (205) Key T T 

244 (206) Evans R R 

247 (207) Robinson J B 

248 (208) Sciple G W 

251 (209) Moore Jno M 

252 (210) Jones Dunwoody 
255 (211) Byington G W 
261 (213) Cobb a H 
267 (215) Swift Mrs L B 

Crumely intersects. 1 
274 (226) Dolly George, c 

284 (234) David Robert, c 

285 (233) Vacant 
289 (275) Massey Nathan 
307 (255) Beardsley Charles 

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SADDLES AND HARNESS 

9 Nontb Broad St., 
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CAPITOL AVE— Cont'd 
312 Yeandle VV H 

327 Rutledge Walter, r 
329 Northington John, i' 
33h 333 and 335 Vacant 

338 (282) Vacant 

339 (293) Turner T C 

342 (284) Wood W J 

343 (295) Petty Thos F 

Georgia are interxecU 
349 (299) Patty H M 
353 (501) Kenney F M 
357 {303) Catching B H 
965 (307) Ponder J M 
375 At water H L 

Bcitts mterxecU. ^ 

387 Cranston Henry 

388 (302) Hoge T H 
391 (319) Hooks H E 

Love hiteri^ecU. 
419 (361) Kempton J F 
429 Goldsmith H H 

Little inter i<e/*t<. 
485 (380) Wing A J . 

Ormoivi inter i^cU. 
505 ^385) Jackson H R 
515 Hill xMrs M T 
518 Swift J M ' 
521 Fuller Watson 
554 (400) Johnson J C P 
563 Scott P 
567 Kernodle C C 
577 (417) VanDevender H 

Hurd W F 
588 Vacant 

Peeples H C 

Henderson W C 

Denning J M 



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CAPITOL PLACE, from E 
Peters to E Mitchell, i w of 
Capitol ave. Ward 2. 
13 Thompson L C 

17 (15) Corlett E H 

18 (16) Poole Wm W 
21 (17) Vacant 

26 (22) Beaumont A A 

CAPITOL SQUARE, formerly 
E. -Mitchell st, from Wash- 
ington to Capitol ave and 
Angier Terrace from Mitchell 
to Hunter on Capitol ave op- 
posite Georgia State Capitol. 
6 Golucke J W 
26 (20) Thompson J S 
2^ (24) Jenkins R, c 
30 (26) Angier E A 
32 (27) Douglas Hamilton 
34-36 Capitol Female College 
38 (30) Cox A E 
32 Armstrong J S 
42 (34) Foy Mrs M 
93 (85) Calhoun A W ' 
97 (89) Jones ML 
105 (99) Baird J B 
1 13 (103) Martin C J 
121 (hi) Jackson H 
131 (119) Bozeman Evie 

CARLTON, at southwest limits 
near Bluff, West End. 

(2) Carlton J CC 

(3) Scott W B 
(^5) Baker J P 



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WINOOW AND ORNAMENTAL 6LASS, 

E^-A-HSTTS -A-iT2D OILS, 

Pain!, {farnb.h, Sash, Whitewash i other Brushes 

39 S. Broad St., Atlanta. 



Lumber, Laths, Shingles, 

MOU' DINGS, Etc , 
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(12) ColeW L 
(19) Stallings G L 
(24) Register C E 

CARTER, from Chestnut e to 
Davis, I n of Hunter, Ward i. 
I (11) Pullin R, r 
15 (3) Johnson E, r 
18 Vacant 

23 (7) Bobo G W 

24 Howell M, i- 

25 (9) Harris J H 
28 May A, c 

32 (10) Hamil W, c 
34 Garmin P, c 

Lowe iiitersed^. 

40 Kiiowles R, c 

41 Evans C, c 

43 Cunningham C, c 

45 Matthews D, <: " 

47 Williams J, c 

49 Jennings Exie, <• 

51 Vacant 

53 Vacant 

55 Vacant 

57 Vacant 

59 Vacant 

Maple intersects. 
Granger intersecU. 
201 (28) Vacant 
205 Vacant 
207 Trussell A C 
211 Quinn J 
217 Richardson R P 

219 Quinn W L 

220 Oliver R, c 

221 McGee T B 



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See Page 57. 



OVERTON & DUNN, 

CdbI and Wood 

Wooldridge, Jellico and Bon Air. 

DRY STOVE WOOD ALWAYS ON HAND. 

Yards 91, &a. S. fi St. TEL. 804. 



225 Spear N C 

CJiestnut intersecbt. 
Ransom J D 



CASSIUS ALLEY, from W 
Peters n to Nelson, i w of 
Central R R, Ward i. 



CASTLEBERRY, from For- 
syth w to Peters, i n of Fair, 
Ward I. 

5 (5) Purcell Mrs'Ann , 
7 (7) Drucker Mrs R L I 

13 (11) Rosenbaum H 
Thompson ends. 

22 (12) Liebermuth David - 

24 (14) Spitz Albert 

27 (23) Regenstein Gabriel 

31 (27) Haverty Michael 

32 {28) Berline Mrs Kate 
37 (35) W^inegat Mrs Rosa ■ 
41 (41) Wooton Mrs Annie 

C. R. R. intersect. 
(54) Martin Ella, c 



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CENTER, from Peachtree e to 
Piedmont ave 2 n Bleckley 
ave, beyond limits 



CENTRAL, from Bleckley ave 
n to Wilson ave 2 w of Peach- 
tree beyond limits. ] 

CENTRAL RAILROAD, from 
Packard s w to Humphries,, 
opp C R R track. 









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MICHIMERV anil TOOLS, 

Wrought Iron Pipe, 

rittiags aad Brass ffoods. 



47 AND 49 S. BROAD ST. 



CHAMBERLIN, from Yonge 
to Boulevard, i s of Edge- 
wood ave, Ward 4. 
17 Herndon W G 

4th Presbyterian church 
Jackswt cmiimenee*. 

29 Ackerman C E 

30 (37) Holbrook W A 

31 (38) Cleveland T P 

35 (44) Jernigan W H 

36 Partee John, c 
39 Hudson J L 

39 Hudson Wm L 

40 Nichols Wm M, <• 
43 (66) Mason A J, < 
47 (68) Long E, c 

51 Stephens Wm, c 

Fitzgerald intemertf. 
54 Strickland S, <• 

56 Brown G, c 

57 Evans G, c 
59 Walker J, c 

65 Banks L, c 

66 Johnson S D 

Boulevard mtersects. 



CHAPEL, from Elliott s w to 
limits, I w of Walker, Ward i. 
31 Waters L, c 

I Mangum inter seds^. 
54 Meadows F, c 
56 Spiver W, c 
56 Purifoy A, c 

58 Wilson J, c 

59 Henderson Y, c 

60 Jones M, r 

61 Epps J, c 

62 Hood C, c 



63 Pope W, i- 

65 Vacant 

66 (18) Dunn J, c 

67 Vacant 

68 Smith L, r 

69 Allen R, r 
71 Butler L 
77 Gloer L 
79 Cohn D, c 

88 Gober M C 
Hoipie internerU. 

89 Black L T 

94 Stubbs L, c 

95 Futrell M A 

96 King W A 
100 Crawford H, c 

102 Gordon D, c 

103 Vacnnt 

105 Beadles H, c 

106 Vacant 

107 Johnson A, c 
no Johnson M, c 
112 Tolliver R, c 

115 Gray A H 

116 Collier F, r . 

119 Stearns J W 

120 Hand W C 
125 Saye CD 
129 Bennett L 

Tatnall intersects. 
131 Akridge G W 
137 Suttles J L 
141 Owen W J 

Nelson ends. 
'* 145 Jackson A A 
151 Ligon D W 
156 (66) Osborn James M 
161 Stoval Dr O 



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REAR OF 72 MARIETTA STREET, 

TelephODe 1420. ATLANTA. GA. 



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Stonewall interHerU. 
163 Foote & Co 
165 Haynes REG 

171 Bailey W R 

172 (78) Strange Mrs Lou 

175 Bairon H W 

176 Belcher Thomas L 

179 (85) Treadwell D 

180 Thompson John A 
182 Chaney J E 

185 Graham F B 
187 Flynn W M 
189 Flynn W, jr 

Fair intersect'*. 
^93 (99) Schillinger L 
194 (100) Smith J G 

198 (106) Smith jf W 

199 Bailey J S 

201 Holley W A 

202 Stewart Mrs Susan C 

203 Hadaway H E 

205 (hi) Brickell DC 

206 (110) Sullivan John H 
211 (117) Peacock I P 
215 (121) Waggoner J M 

Larkin intersects. 
223 (129) Latham J M 
225 Chisolm C R 
230 Snipes C E 
234 (134) Baer Max J 
237 (137) Mott Nelson, r 
239 (139) Stanley S, c 
241 Vacant 

Trenholm ends. 
248 (144) Blue B B, r 
252 (146) Jenkins Spencer, c 
255 (149) Shelton Emma, c 



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At No. 2 Whitehall St., 

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n and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Br6ad StreetB. Tel 420. 

256 Hatfield George, c 

257 (151) Henderson H, c 

259 (153! Elam Monroe, c 

260 (150) McHenry Henry, c 

Hills ave ends. 

261 (165) Curtright Sallie. c 
263 (157) Harris Martha, c 

265 (159) Mack Wm, c 

266 Slemmons James 

267 (161) Simmons S L, r 

268 Smith Frederick, c 

269 (163) Davis Isaac, c 

270 Vonner Peter, c 

271 (165) Smith G W, ^ 

273 (165) Davis John, c 

274 Epmger Richard, c 

McDaniel intersects. 

275 {177) Speer Lewis, c 
277 (177) Davis Abe, c 
279 Harris W A, r 
289 (171) Pellegrini P 

Holland commences. 
304 Pellegrini & Castleberry 
309 (189) Nichols Joseph 
311 (189) Mills Donthella, c 
313 (189) Mills Sallie, c 
317 (193) Freeman Maria, c 
319 (195) Stnkler J D, c 
321 (197) Brown J' H, c 
Humphries intersects. 

329 Vacant 

330 Fulton J A 
333 Warren's Chapel, c 

335 (209) Murner H P 

336 Fleming G P 

Lizzie commences. 

337 (213) Hall Hampton, r 

Leonard intersects. 



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Jccident Ussociation. 

OF ATHENS, GA ■ 

Oosts $16 for tirst yvav. an-i Sli: per y.-.^r 
there:ifter;i':iv.'«Me in rfuir.Mr in 
stuihuents.' N<» iu(Mul».T.-.liiit 
I fee requirtd. 

CHAPEL— Cont'd 

356 Blount Adolphus, c 

358 Daniels A, c ^ 

360 (222) Terry Jack, i 

362 (224) Rowe Mollie 

364 (226) Dean Robert, c 

366 (228) Arnold A, c 

368 (230) Hicks A, c 

370 (232) Marshman Lafayette, f 

378 (252) Mobley J, c 

380 (242) Bryant Jason, ^• 

382 Darden Morgan, c 

384 Duncan Richard, c . 

CHATTAHOOCHEE, from 
Simpson n to Emma, i w of 
Gray, Ward 5. (Now called 
Davis. ) 



CHERRY, from North 
to limits, I e of Plum. 
2 Sellers J P 
6 Hinman George 
10 Alexander Mrs A C 
18 (6) House W E 
22 Vacant 
26 Vacant 

Srd inter ^cU. 
58 Watkins B B 
62 (22) McMillan J D 
72 (36) Phillips G H 
74 Lofton J H 

4^ intersects. 
6th intersects. 



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CHESTNUT, from Green's 
Ferry ave n to Bellwood, 
Ward I. 



16) Vacant 
18) Kite G A 
20) Bryant D H 
i) Rush Henry, c 
i) Hill Raymond, c 

Fair intersect^. 
42) Dunlap A, r • 

20) Boddy Guy, c 
Beckivitli intersects. 

21) Bacques G F 



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142 

150 Spraggins J T 



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160 

164 Vacant 

168 

172 

182 

188 

206 

208 

210 

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16) Glasco Charles, r 

14) Holmes E H-^ 

18) Bond J T 

6) Vacant 

8) Wright Richard, r 

6) Smith John, c 

4) Vacant 

2)Neal Reuben, c 
Hunter intersect"*. 
222 Connally W J 
227 McBride R T, c 
229 Barnes S, ^ 
231 Neal N S, c 

238 Williams A J, r 

239 McClendon C, f 
245 Brown J, c 

251 Rayford ]y f 

252 Haggard J B 

254 Corley J t 

255 Rayford J, c 

257 Bellamy R, i 

258 Jones R S 

Carter intersects. 
270 Stewart J M 
273 Vacant 

RAILWAY HEN * 
-» AND OTHERS 

will do well to put part of their earnings 
monthly with the 

National Kailwaj B. & L. Association. 

SAFE AND PROFITABLE. 

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274 Kirby C M 

277 Vacant 

278 Jackson W B 

Magnolia ends. 
315 (75) Sterchi Parmen C 
323 (81) Burt H P 
327 Raap J G 

FonnAry intersect!^. 
?>i2> (87) Boggs C S 
2>2>^ (89) Higgin, J F 
342 (91) Mitchell R P 
372 Jordon Charlie 
402 (125) Wynne Willis' 
406 (127) Martin George 
410 (129) Jackson W W 

414 (131) Kavar Julius 
416 (133) Delk G T 
418 (135) Hendrix W W 
420 (137) Pridgeon W C 
424 Vacant 
432 Jett W A 



CHESTNUT AVE, from Court- 
land e to Fort, i n of E Ba- 
ker, AVard 6 

12 (3) Jones Charles, c 

13 (4) Seals Jennie, c 

14 (5) L>upree Lawyer, c 

15 (7) Bennett Jane, c 
17 (9) Hansom John, c 
19-21 Vacant 

20-22 (3) Robbins Allen, c 
21 (10) Evans Wm, c 

23 (12) Williams Willis, c 

24 Murphy I M, r 

25 {13) Jackson Emma, c 

26 Wingfield Sherman, c 



nioorman t Ploorman, 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 

Oeal?' ~- OUPPLIES. 

32K South Broad Street. 



PIM & TAYLOR ^'ni 



—CONTRACTORS IN— 



Raisiag and |||o«ing Buildings 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special F^ciiiiies 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21^ E. Alabama 



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27 (15) Parks Vince, c 

28-30 (11) Edwards Rachael, c 

Piedmont ave intersects. 
55 (12) Moore J, c 
59 (13) Burnett H, c 

63 (14) Harper J H, ^ 

64 (21) Thomas H, <r 

67 (15) Morgan A, c 

68 (14) Swinger R, c 

70 Simmons E, c 

71 (16) Lindsey W, c 

72 Cox Dock, c 

74 Greenwood F S, r 

75 Turner S, r 

76 Harris Sallie, c 

78 Luster H, c 

79 Tucker V, c 

80 Simons Gabe, c 
82 Johnson L, c 
84 Long J P, r 

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CHURCH, from Peachtree at 
Forsyth n w to Cain, 
of James, Ward 6. 
7 Lloyd Mrs Laura E , 
16 Watson Mrs A B i 

Fairlie intersects. ' 
Church of Our Father 
20 Horsey Mrs L N 
22 Cook Mrs W A I 

Cook R I 

24 (26) Woodward E B I 
26 (28) St Amand Joseph G 
28 (30) Gray Mrs Cora M 
32 Seidell Charles W 
34 Larkin Mrs Mary 
Cone intersects. 



Hunnicutt & Beliingratti Co-Jsanitary plumbers, 

62 and 64 Peachtree street. J Steam and GaS FittCrS. 

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Clothiers i Halters, 

Old No.. 17 and 19 Whitehall Street. 

New No.. 15 and 17. 

CHURCH— Cont'd 
35 Leak James T 
37 Gavan John H 
39 Jar vis John S 
43 Muckenhoupt John 
46 Villings Anson K 
48 Hudson Mrs Mary 
39 Lagoniarsino John 
56 (48) Close Wilber 

S primj intfriircti*. 
60 (5o> Drake J R 
64 (S4) Glover John H 
68 (58) Parks John S 



CLARA, see Fuller's al. 



CLARKE, from Pulliam e. 1 j 
of Rawson, Wards 2 and 3. 

15 Vacant 

16 Branson O M 

WasJiington inteniecU. 
51 {85) Vacant 
55 (87) Vacant 

Creiv i}iter!<e4it<. 
Capitol are intemect*. 
115 (173) Roberts J H, r 

117 (175) Davis John, r 

118 (176) Pitts M P, I- 

119 (177) Lee h h, c 

120 (180) Tanner Ella, i 

122 (180) Jackson Savannah, c 

123 (181) Downs R I, r 
Allen Temple A M E Ch 

124 Boynton Miller, c 
126 ri88) Sims John, c 
131 (189) Cargile M, c 

Froier intersects. 
141 (155) Davis E, c 



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152) Turner R, <• 
'yler C, r 
198) Haddcn T (r, r 

201) Battle A F, c 

202) Jackson J, < 

203) Bethel M, <• 
202) Pullin C, <■ 
210) Atwater I, <• 
216) McOay S, c 
225) Lowe E, r 
220) Cox W, f 

Allen R, c 

227) Maddox J D, r 
Mays A, f 

iearden N, <• 

ones A, (• 

233) Butler P, < 



74 Setles E, c 

76 (232) Bady H, r '; 

77 (237) Phillips — , t: 

78 (234) Freeman I, (• 

79 (239) Ford W M, c 

80 (236) Vacant 

81 Mitchell R M, f 
83 Dupree — , i 

Martin intersects. 
Jackson A, r 
Huson S, c 
Walters Mrs S L 
Jones W I 
Fennell C, c 
Watkins E, c 
Daniel W, r 
Anderson A, r 
Vacant 
Ramey A, r 
Gray M, r 

'PHONE 567. 

MELONE, CANTEY & RAWSON, 

tenM Insurance Igents 

I^ire, lAte, A.ccid&n-& and 
J*lnt& Giaas. 

14 S. Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA. 



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May Wiley, r 
Smith W, r 

(Jonna/iy intersert*. 
Kelly inter nectM. 

(49) Walker R R 

(50) Hill L N 

(55) Burnhan J W 
Hall J N 
//i// intersects. 



MNIili ' Wa iertili, 

largest /i88ortmcr)t ar>d 
^ou/est pricee ir> Qity 



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TRIPOD PAINT CO., 

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CLEVELAND, from Macon w 
to Central, 2 n Bleckley ave, 
beyond northern limits. 

CLIFFORD, from Ellis n to 
Cain, I w of Piedmont ave. 
Ward 6 
9 Vacant 
12 Hart F W 

14 Vacant 

15 Roe E A 

17-19 Fry Wm F, r 
18 Badger R H, r 

21 Graves A 

22 Simpson VV H, r 
25 Vacant 

28 Wood B A 



Hutifrr intersects. 
42 {()) Harris H, c 
46 (7) Hill E, c 
50 (15) Williams J W, r 
52 (8) Hubbard P, c 
54 )fo) Burton J, c 
56 Elliott Wm, ^r 

Pratt ipterseeis. 




COHEN, from Humphries e, i 
s of Rockwell (Pittsburgh.) 

COLLEGE, from Edgewood 
ave at Piedmont ave, s e to 
Pratt, I n of Jenkins, Wards 
4 and 6. 

18 (4) Thornton Wm, c \ 

20 (6) Isom George, c 

20 Taff E, c 



COLLIER ALLEY, from Nel- 
son to Mangum, Ward u 

COLLINS, from Decatur s to 
Railroad (north of Decatur is 
now Courtland ave). Ward 6. • 
4 Howard Mad Abbie ~ 

8 Train Mad Nellie 

13 Burton Belle Mad 

14 Brieve Mad Fannie 

15 Lee Minnie C Mad 

18 Price Mad Annie 

19 Singer & Miller 
22 Frazier John, c 
25 Farmer & Morgan, v 



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WHOLESALE AHD RETAIL n 

JEWELERS. 

Largest Stock, Lowest Prices. 

SHIMS, COLLAKS AND CXJ^FS BEAXrTIPX7LI.Y I>OirK. ' 1 

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CONE, from Marietta n e to 
Church, I s e of Spring, 
Wards 5 and 6. t 

Walton intersects. \ 
26 Moore Mrs E E ; . 

3 1 Nichols A J i^ 

33 Sanders C H i 

34 Draper W W 
Poplar interseeti. 

35 (29) Harrison George VV 

40 (34) English James W , 

41 (31) Pogue Rev J W j j 
50 Turner John D 



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CONE— Cont'd 

Luckie intersect*. 
53' Saunders H G 

61 (57) Green J A 

62 Hamilton Wm 

65 (59) Pause Robert T 

66 (56) Graves F N 

James inter secU. 

67 (61) Tilton Theodore W 
70 (60) Pritchard Mrs L F 
73 Hollis Clarence D 

76 York Billington VV 
80 Hawley George K 

CONNALLY, from E. Fair 
I e of Martin, Ward 3 

7 Hinson W H 

8 (6) Clark T J 

9 (7) Knox P P 

12 (8) Flynn J J 

13 Sanders J I 

16 (10) Whidby A J 

19 (15) Sanders J J 

20 (12) Gibbs E T 

23 (17) Pinkston G H 

24 (1-4) Langford G M 

26 (16) Bain Donald 

27 (19) Agricola H A 
Woodward ave intersect:^. 

41 (25) Nunn Mrs N J 
50 (28) Hoover H 
54 (30) Stewart Mrs Mary 
58 (32) Lynch Mrs Mary 

Logan ends. 
69 (37) Standard C Q 
79 (41) Williams A, c 

Clarke intersects. 
100 (46) Johnson P R 



102 (48) Mitchell C R 

no (50) O'Donnelly Edward 

114 (52) Ubele Lear 

118 (54) Robertson B W 

Solomon intersects. 

Fulton intersects. 

151 (75) Dean A, 

157 (79) Thompson A, c 

Richardson intersecii. 
159 (81) Meade E L, r 
163 Kemp H, c 
171 Hughes W, € 
175 Jones I, c 
179 (93) Jones J, r 

Richmond intersects. 
187 Adams J, c 
191 Carlisle M, c 

Crumley intersects. 
Glenn intersects. 
Georgia ave intersects. 
Wellborn W C 

Little intersects. 
Long Henry, c 
Eligan Preston, c 
Cargile Lewis, c 
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n, I e of Bradley, Ward 4. 

COOPER, from Whitehall at 
Fair s to limits, i e of Wind- 
sor, Ward 2. 
8 (12) Durant Mrs E C 

10 (14) Vacant 

12 (i4i) Ddrby Mrs M K 

16 (16) Hook Adison C 

20 (18) Kutz Max 



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Mm P&i&l is Ste Co. 

No. 39 8. Broad St, Dealers in 

Window and Plate Glass, Oils, Paints, 

Bnuhes, Varniilies, Faint«n' SuppliM, Xte.. 
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ACCIDENT INSURANCEI 

Amiricu Ctiultj Xai. 8«ettrity Co. 



PROMPT AND LIBERAL SETTLE HIE NTS. 

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20) Brady I A 
23) McAllister W E 
22) Leibman Mrs S 

25) Revson Frank 

26) Carr Mrs J F i 
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34 (30) Saul W S 
Woodward ave intersects. 

35 (29) Lansdell Mrs L G 
45 (35) Killian J M 

49 (39) Kreisle Alexander 

53 (41) Harrell S C 

54 (42) Schumann Theodor 

57 (43) Smith Mrs M E 

58 (44) Thorn C C 
62 (46) Behre C H 

Rawson intersecU. 
88 (64) White J J 
96 (66) Collier M L 

Eugenia intersects. 
105 (73) Reinhardt E W 
Fulton intersects. 
144 (84) Schaeft-r Robert 

147 (85) Browne W G 

148 (86) Still J T 

Richardson intersect*. 
Crumley intersects. 
205 (181) Pines Mrs M E 
213 (199) Cook Wm E 

216 Shumate J B 

217 (201) Schenck M A 
221 (203) Vacant 

224 (204) Keith J M 

225 (205) Morgan G W 

228 Tunison G H 

229 Allen C S 



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Prompt Delivery Guaranteed. 
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209) Dison J T 
211) Bond J E 
211) Broyles R A & Co 
Glenn inter ^ecta. 

213) Davidson W M 

214) Glor J J 

215) Plaxco Mrs J F 
Bennett J E 
Alverson O A 
Taylor T P 
Center P W^ 
Williamson Mrs Annie 
Rilley Michael 
Farmer I N 
Britton H Y 

berhart J H 

264 Haggerty Mrs Ann 

265 Alexander Jno W 

266 Haggerty Hatch 
271 Alexander John W 

Georgia ave intersecU. 
349 (293) Duke W C 

Tennessee intersects. 

Dodd intersects. 
Hendrix intersects. 
404 Stockton J W 
408-410 Smith John 



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243 
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5 (2) Sirppkins I D 
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47 and 49 S. Broad Street 

CORNELIA— Cont'd 
12 (7) Sykes Mary, c 
14 (9) Lake Carrie, < 
18 Abbott W T 

21 (10) Cole W R 

22 (15) Eskew J W 

25 (12) Bentley Wm A 

26 (13) Newton E M 

29 Smith VV J 

30 (11) Keiley Patrick 

Ezzard inters^ects. 



CORPUT, from Marietta e to 
Plum, I s of North ave, 
Ward 5. 
9 Hudson J B 
10 Snow Mrs Kiney 

12 (10) Vacant 

13 (11) Smith L F 

14 (12) Ray J E 

16 (12) Puckett S D 
19 (15) Smith H A 
23 (19) Reed W P 
27 (23) Light D F 
33 (27) Vacant 

COURTLAND AVE, from De- 
catur n, I w of Piedmont ave, 
Ward 6. 

34I (42-^) Eplan L 

39 May P 

40-42 Vacant 

43 (39) Belenstein J 

44-46 Atlanta Show Case Wkg 

50 (46) Vacant 

53 (21) Granade J 

54 (32) Thomason M 
56 (24) Lander Joseph 



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25) Loyd James W 
27) Toon J J 

Gilmer inter secU. 
43) Cooper J H 

45) Otis M E 

46) Lynch John 

47) Kimbro N T 

48) VonKalow F 



90 Gober L F 

93 (49) Holleran F A 

Jenkins commences, 
loi (61) Jarrett John 

Edgewood ave intersecis. 

107 (65) Fox Amos 

108 (66) Burke M 

111 (67) Grizzard W J 

112 (68) Lynch H 

114 (72) Means J A 

115 (71) Stanton W H 

116 (74) Stocks J D 

117 (73) Nash S 

119 (79) Snelling J M 

120 (76) Daniel W C 
124 (78) Ross AD' 

Calquhoun C H 
129 Warnock J T 

Wheat intersects. 

142 Rose O A V 

143 (99) Quinn R A 

146 (100) Brown F P 

147 (loi) Turman M C 

151 (103) Thompson J B 

152 Vacant 

157 (107) Bosworth J L 

158 (108) Graham H 

161 (hi) LaMotte L F 

162 (ho) Holcomb P 

W. H.CHASE, Agt., 

HZALZj. m ALL aSADZS 

Lump, Steam ^^^\ A I 
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BEAB 72 MAKIETTA ST. 

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166 (118) Tilley R C 

Houston intersects. 
I St Congregational church, c 
184 (124) Hancock W A 
188 (126) Hancock C J 
192 (128) Simmons C J 
g. 196 (130) Carter J T 

*JJ 199 (195) Crichton J P 

202 (138) Boutell A M 

Ellis intersects. 

214 (150) Thayer D W 

215 (153) Green E H 

216 (152) Beck J F 

220 (154) DeWolf W S 

221 (155) Gregory J R 

222 (156) Bower R M 

226 (160) Norris J C 

227 (159) Wynn R S 
231 Vacant 



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236 

239 

243 




162) Porter J N 
165) Snook P H 
164) Symmers W 
Cain intersects. 
173) Wyly B F 
175) Allen L R 




247 Patterson A B 

250 (180) Bell Edmond, i 

251 (179) Minor H C 

255 (183) Anderson J A 

256 (184) Pendergrass Mr§ F A 

260 (186) Forsyth Mrs Samuel 

261 (185) Stephens Clarence 
265 (191) Yarbrough J J 

Harris intersects. 
269-273 Ad Brew & Ice Co 
284 (208) Fuhrer John 
293 (215) RoSinson A M 




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At No. 2 Whitehall St., 
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IN • THE • CITV. 



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Whiskey, Wines & Cigars 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Streets. \ 

Telephone 4-20. 

294 (216) St Joseph's Infirmary 
297 (217) Mobley J R^ 

Baker intersects. 
304 Hunerkopf L P 
307 Williams Phylis, r 
311 (317) Vacant 

315 (319) Smith PF 

316 (234) Gerbie J C i 

317 Caldecott G C A ' * 
330-332 Morrall Mrs C C 
331 (327) Slaton W L 

334 Vacant 

335 (329) Meriwether Mrs M M 

336 (330) Magnus Joseph 

339 (333) Ruse J C 

340 (332) Arnold Reuben 

Forest ace intersects. 

374 (292) Bradley C G 

375 (293) Hammond C P 
379 (295) Holbrook A L 
383 (299) Edwards Mrs T H 

Currier intersects. 
389 (311) Gresham J H 
393 (313) Glover Mrs M S - 

399 Harrison \V H 

400 West J G I 

403 (317) Hope RE 

404 (318) Boylston Mrs H D 
407 (319) Law W E 

412 '(320) Dibble W J 

413 (321) Smith J C J 
417 (323) Milledge R H 
423 (325) Burgess W H • 

Pine intersects. 

443 0359) Bailey J T 
447 Ellis Wm 

450 Beck A 

451 (371) Vacant 



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COURTLAND— Cont'd 

454 (372) Purtell H A 

455 (373) Kennedy B O 

456 (374) Algee W E 

Merrltfs air intcrsfHs. 
478 (400) V^eal T E 
480 King Wm 
482 Vacant 
485 Vacant 
488 Bowen J M 
496 (410) Campbell W J 
Linden interxect^. 
512 Cosby Abbie. r 
523 (424) Davis Jane, < 
Xorth ave xnteraevU. 



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ler s e to Fair and Eraser, i s 
of Hunter, Ward x. 



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s to limits, I vv of Capitol ave. 

Ward 2. 

5 (31) HUlyer George 

9 (35) Potts F M 
[3 (41) Isham John 
14 Pattillo W P 

Law ton Mrs. M 
17 (43) Reynolds W C 
21 (47) ( oulter Mrs E A 
27 (55) Morrison John 
29 (56) Love S B 
33 (63) (^'"ggs M I 
36 (62) Love J R 
39 (67) Bennett B F 

42 (68) Johnson H W 
Woodu'ctrd ave hder^^erU. 

43 (71) Ford Mrs E 



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Force Mrs I A 
Rushton R"E 
Turner B B 
Cloud Warrer. 
Whitehead Mrs J C' 
Redvvine L A 
Woodward W N 
Cameron B H 
Culpepper N S 
Hooper E M 
Screven T E 
Smith C W 
Weems Mrs E I 
Stockton W H 
Martin J G 
Donnelly F X 



Tiaicson inter.^iect^. 

99) Bruce J W 

100) King E P 
roi) Douay D A 
104) Wylie H N 
T03) Fields A P 
108) Jeter Mrs Julia 
III) McCullough P J 
1 10) Anderson I J 
118) Thibabeau J H 
124) Moore Mrs A J 
128) Johnson B F 

Crew st school 

Cla rke in terxect^ . 

135) Newman W T 

136) Pound A F 

137) Gullatt Mrs A 

138) Tutwiler C V 

140) Ballard B W 

141) Robinson J L 

142) Cummings W B 

143) Jones W A 




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Russell J G 
Tucker W J 
Bogajski VV^m 
Mathews J H 
Brown J E 
Vacant 
Turner S H 
Rodgers James 
Quillian C M 
W^ilson W S 
Fidton interxectii. 
Malone F N 
Thomas D L 
Terrell L M 
Calhoun P H 
Walker M T 
Henderson W C 
Hall Mrs L O 
Scully T F 
Burns E P 
Griffin Dr E 
Haden W W 
Richardaon interxecta. 
Bellingrath A 
Clarke E F • 
Baker S W 
Bell G K 
McLauchlin L H 
Slatter J T 
Threlkeld J J 
Floersh A 
Durand H R 
Carlton J K P 
Williams Mrs C C 
Singer J E 
Rogers G C 
Armstrong Mrs E 



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HEADQUARTERS FOR 

STAMPS, OTAMP 

V^'' ~ Supplies. 

32>^ South Broad Street. 



PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN— 

jtaising and moving Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildinga Handled with 

Perfect Safcty. Special ¥> ciliiies 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21)4 E- Alabama. 



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223 
225 
228 
229 
232 

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274 
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(218) Huffs W 

Gntmley interxecU. 
(228) Render J D, r 
(236) Martin Rev G W, c 
(245) Arnold S, c 
Johnson Reesy, r 

(248) Glanton Geo, c\ 
(247) Carmichael B, c 
(252) Beadles H, r 

(249) Miles Joe, c 
(264) Cooper J A, r 

Glenn intersects. 
264 (280) Warner Winnie, r 
Usina E A 
{290) Johnson H L 
(288) Fears Rebecca, c 
(290) Bomar Isabella, c 

Georgia ave intersecU. 
(300) Atkins H J 
Bass intersects. 
Love intersects. 
Little intersects. 
Ormond intersects. 
(354) Harralson Mrs R E 
McDougal J P 
Montgomery interse^^. 
(366) Battle I C 
Schroeter Mrs M 
Jefferson intersects. 



CREW ALLEY, from Crew e 
to Capitol ave, i s of Wood- 
ward ave. Ward 2. j 



Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Go.,{ 

52 and 64 Peachtree Street. 



Marblelzed Iron, Slate and Hard- 
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Clothiers^Tailors 

Old No., 17 and 19 Whitehall Street. 
New No.. 15 and 17. * 

CRUMLEY— Cont'd 
2 Pinkston Wm, i 

6 (108) Lee Burrough. (■ 
Smith Ned, c 

Smith inttriiect<. 
2^ (21) Howell Nelson, r 
27 (23) Raymond Mollie, r 
Benjamin John, r 

30 (24) Parson Eddie, ( 

31 (27) Ray Wm. t" 
35 Byrd Davis. <• 

/ra iuteriiecfs. 

53 Cook Cora, ^ 

54 (40) Malone Wm, r 
58 (42) Nunnally J L 
60 (44) Howard T W 
66 (48) Shepard I G 
68 (50) Hawkkis'T C 

WimhoA !niei'-<ect<. 
93 Dooly W p 

Cixtptr liitersect". 
120 Williams Harrison, «• 
124 Thornton Robt, <• 
128 Ward Jane, i 
134 (130) Westmoreland Isaac, 6" 

Fomucalf {nfersect<. 
138 (^4) Logan Mrs M S 
142 (136) Rosenberger David 
146 (138) Young A T 

S. Pryor intersecU. 

Loyd intersecU. 
PuUiam inter.*ect^. 
221 (235) Jones Mrs LJ 

224 Morgan Mrs W H 

225 (239) Carey Rev C C 

Washington intersectj*. 
262 (272) Grossman Albert B 
266 (274) Earnest H T 






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{273) Blackman W 
Swift Mrs L B 
Capitol are interseeU. 
Grady commences. 

Frajier in tersects . 

Reed commences. 

Terry comtnence.<. 
(210) Carr R, <• 
Craver W, <• 
Walker J, r 
Lattimer A A, <• 
Gibson T, c 
(50) Holmes W, <■ 
Gibson J F, i 
Lee E, c 

Ma rt i )i in te r-<eets . 
Wood C, (- 
Hoston G, (• 



CULYER, from Ella, n w to 
Greens Ferry ave, 2 w of 
Leonard (Barracks), Ward i. 
22 (2) Ratterree Mrs S 

Jones G. P 
30 (3) Smith Mrs A E 
^S (4) Rice C W 
46 Yacant 
54 (6) Jones J W 
Heubner Slax 
62 (7) Morton Mrs S E 
Moye L G 
Broomhead intersect^. 
64 (§) Yacant 
72 (9) Allen Mrs Fanny 
Beula Mrs Elvira 
Leonard intersects. 
76 (10) Yacant 

'PHONC 657. 

MELONE, CANTEY & RAWSON, 

Cen'l Insurance ]|gent8 

Fire, lAfe, Aceidexat anci 

Plate Glass. 

14 S. Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA. 



CnilTUETDII on TIIIP Of\ ( T^he Largest Manufacturers Of 

OUUintnN BtLMNb tU. MECHANICAL ^ RUBBER 'GOODS 

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Greenes Ferry ave i)dersect^ 



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H State, thence n beyond limits. 

' CURRIER, from Peachtree c 
to Jackson, i n of Fore»t ave. 
Wards 4 and 6. 

13 (5) Walker F R 

14 (4) Holliday J S 
17 (7) Glenn John 

20 (8) Gay E S 

21 (7) Smith H D 
25 (11) Green Miss M J 

Courtland ave intersects. 

45 (21) Sayre W C 

46 (22) Cloud H C 
, 48 (24) Law F B 

51 (23) Dozier H W 

52 (26) Wells L G 

55 (25) Holliday R A 

56 (28) Callaway H R 
60 (30) Tolbert J J 
68 (34) Scott W J 

Piedmont ave 'intersects. 

85 Short John, c 

89 Johnson S, r 

91 Franklin C, c 

95 Ponder M, r 

97 Loyd J, c 
loi Henton E,V 
103 Hunter T L, c 
117 (119) Belton I, c 



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t^ ] WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL 

^ JEWELERS. 

Largest Stock, Lowest Prices. 



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MANUFACTUREKS OF 



READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Lead,l-Coat Carriage Fai&ts.&c 

Factory, 375 Decatur Si reel. 

Office 56-58 Marietta Street. 



139 Holbrook P B 

* Summit ave intersecU 
237 Vacant 
239 Patterson N B, r# 
246 Thomas Alfred, c 

248 Carter R, c 

249 Freeman J, c 

252 (148) Page Lucy, c 

253 Evans R, c 

254 Sniith J, r 
258 W'illiamson R, r 

260 Robinson W 

261 Smith G W, c 

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Ward 6. 



DAIRY, changed to Merrritt's 
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D'ALVIGNY, from W & A R 
R west, I n of North ave. 



DANIEL, from Decatur n to 
Edgewood ave, i e of Boule- 
vard, Ward 4. 
3 Bishop G W 
13(1) Klein CE 

19 (3) Sanford Mrs Martha 
Willar Mrs Mary 

20 (4) Watkins W W 

24 (6) McGee John F 

25 (5) Bradley E L 
28 (8) Reynolds Howard, 
31 (6^) Davis Daniel, c 
33 (7) Slaughter Gilbert 



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Gartrelt end.'<. 
37 (9) Anderson Nat 
46 (14) Stephenson Lucy, 
52 (21) Hunnicutt G W 

55 (13) Hammond Sam, c 

56 (16) Morse Clayburne. 
63 (23) Walker L C 



DAVIS, from Dover n to Bell- 
wood, I w of Haynes, Ward i 

1 Simmons D C, r 

2 Robinson J, c 

6 Jackson \\\ i 

7 Ford E, c 
II Winn J, c 

Markham interxecU. 
16 Greer W, c 
20 Parks Anna, i 

24 Carlisle A, c 

25 (19) Walter J, c 

26 Vacant 

28 Young L, c 

29 Vacant 

31 Brooks J, i 
36 Decatur I C, c 

Mitchell inter sech. 
44 (36) Suttles D K 
47 Jones E, c- 

50 (38) Hardman S A 

51 Nance R, <: ' 

53 Johnson Aj c 

54 (46) Copeland W, c 
57 (51) James. G, c 
58(52) HillT,r 

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59 Vacant ° 
61 Vacant ■ 



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63 Poer S E, r 

65 Pitts — , c 

66 Peay C O 

68 Vacant 

69 (61) Hornsby C D 

72 Ennis J T 

73 Smith P S 

74 (66) Ennis W M 

75 (69) Cosby E 

76 Peavy J A 

78 (68) Thomas R T 

82 (70) Spear J A 

83 (73) Jones E C 

84 (72) Warwick J C 
87 Lindley N P 

91 Osborn W H 

92 Vacant 

95 (63) White J L 
99 (65-) Shaffied J H 
100 Hawkin E 

Carter intersects. 

104 (82) Ballard W C 

105 (77) Honea A P 
109 (71) Strickland J W 
no (90) Barker A J 
^^3 (73) Wilson J A 

117 (79) Burnett J C 

118 (98) Lester I B 

RliodeH mter»ect». 

121 Rice W L 

122 (112) Dickson W P 

128 Lassalle A M 

129 (119) Smith W L 
132 (122) Muns H, c 

134 (124) Evans S A 

135 (121) Kennedy J 
139 (129) Haney T W 



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Paint, Varnish, SasI), Wliitewash l other Brushes 

39 8. Broad St., Atlanta. 



AT IGK SOUTH BROAD ST. 

CAN aC HAD ALL KINDS OF 

Lumber, Laths, Shingles, of the 



GRESS LUMBER GO. 



TORBETT & l«cCflJlDIiESS( 



sa. Kimball Hoom. Decator Street 



Fire, Life, Accident and Plate Olaas In- 
gnrance Agents. State Agents for 
ana Alabama, Caligraph Writ- 
I. • • • Telv>hone72. 



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DAVIS— Cont'd 
40 (130) Bailey A P 

43 (137) Smith J 

46 Jaques J B 

47 (141) Williams W 

48 Sexton J G 

51 (143) Slider J R 

53 (145) Kirby L G 

54 (148) McNabb R E 

59 (151) Barrett J M 

Magnolia intersecti. 

60 (150) Cole T A 

63 (155) McCown J A 

64 (158) Gardner B E 

67 (157) Rauschenberg P G 

68 (162) Gardner Mrs S J 

69 (163) Conley Mrs M M 
72 (172) Maier A D 

76 (174) Gable J E 

77 Schenck John G ^ 
80 (176) Myers D D ; 

82 (180) Dennis V J ■ 

83 (179) Schenck Frederick H 

84 (180) Gardner & Myers^ 

Foundry intersex^. 
Asbury M E Church 
88 (186) Sanford H E 

SVoodliff O P 
93 (189) Lewis Phyllis, c 
97 (191) Brannan Adolphus 
Newton intersects. 

202 (204) Gilmer W N 

Spencer commefnce^. 
Davis St School 

203 (193) Connor H L 

205 (195) Rigaud J 
Taylor C M 

Thurmond ends. 




MEMPH 

STOVE CO. 



a. *> 



98 WHITEHALL STBEET. 

See Page 57. 



OVERTON & DUNN, 

Coal and Wond 

Wooldridge, Jellico and Bon Air. 

DRY STOVE WOOD ALWAYS ON HAND. 

Yards 91, Oa. S. S St. TEL. 804. 

Simpson intersects. ' 
From here north formerly Chatta- 
hoodiee. 
Bush intersects. 

(4) Churchill Mrs G A 

(5) Paul R K 
9 Gravitt W W 

John intersects. 
(25) Baldwin C Z * 

(27) Hamby W J 
Johnson intersects. 

Baskin Z S 

(28) Johnson G L, <: 
(30) Winn John, c 
(32) Jordan Jerre, c 
(34) Vacant 

(36) W>st George, c 

(37) Foster Ranee, c 
Carson Martha, c 

Kennedy intersects. 
(47) Carrnichael W M 
(51) Atkinson R E, sr 
(54) Gates A C, r 

(56) Gates Aaron, r 

(57) Roberts V S 

(59) Chapman Fannie, t 
(61) Johnson Samuel, r 
(67) Hardy Gracy, £ 

(71) Shuford Mary, c 

(72) Baugh Jerre, c 

(73) Stokes Wm, r 

DECATUR, from Peachtree at 
Marietta e to limits, parallel 
with Ga R R, Wards 4 and 6. 
1-3 Beermann & Silverman, 
6-8 (4 6) Silvey J & Co 
7-1 1 Thompson Joseph 



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D. A. KILUANI MANU'FR of carriages, buggies, 

28 w. PEMiBs ST. 1 WAGONS AND DRAYS. 



DEC 



i66 



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THE 
BROWN & 

KING 
SUPPLY 

CO. 



(Dill Supplies 

MtCHIIIEIIY anil TOOLS, 

Wrought Iron Pipe, 

Fittlogi ui Bnn ffceds. 



47 AND 49 S. BROAD ST. 




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DECATUR— Cont'd 

lo Gould Building 

Amer Trust & Banking Co 
Mu Life Ins Co of N V 
Perdue &: Egleston 
Rooms — 

1-3 Sou Mut'l Bldg & Loan 

Ass'n 

Hale Wm C 
5-6-7 Uni Underwr Ins Co 
8-9 Atl Inves & Bankg Co. 
Ga Bldg, Loan & Sav Asso 
10 Peters Thomas 

13-15 Atl Nat Bdg&L Asso 
Johnson M 

18-19-20 Nicolson Wm P 

Grandy 1? B 
21-22 McCandless C E 

Greene E H 
24-25 Florian & Morrison 
26 Williams E F 

28 Gould E; T 

29 Wilson Coal & Lum- 
ber Co 

30 Hawthorne & Negley 

31 Pierce & Robinson 

32 Barker C P N 
^S Vacant 

34 Vacant 

35 Vacant 

36 Gate City Oil Co 
3S Carnegie Bros & Co 

Carnegie, Phipps & Co 
39, 40, 41 Vacant 
42 43 Hegan Mantel Co 
44 Goodrich W M & Co 
46 Vacant 



47, 48, 49. 59 Bruce & 

Morgan 
50-61 Edison Genl Elec Co 

53 Burke J F 

54 Green G A " 

55 Vacant 

56 Vacant 
57-58 KightCN 
62-73 T-H Elec Co 
67 T-H Motor Co 

71 Ga Elec Light Co 
Basement — 

Raglan d Mrs A E 
Caldecott G C A 
13 (22) Torbett & McCandless 

1 5 Sou Granite Co The 

16 Gramling, Spalding, Kings- 

bery Co 

17 (19) Hawkes A K 

19 (18) Palmer R L 

20 (16) Atlanta Rubber Co 

22 (18) Kiser, Moore DraperCo 
2 2^Foot Michael 

N. Pry or intersects. 
24 (20) Peacock & Legge 
24|(2o) Loyd J H & Co 
26 (22) Atkins J W & E C 
30 Bates, Kingsbery & Co 

34 (28) Smith Wm D 
34^(28-^) Shackleford G W 

Keith Daniel R 
Nunn L L 
Black J R 
Landrum S H 
Woolf L I 

35 McCandless A W 

36 (30) Faith Wm H 
38 (32) Smith J B 



W. H. CHASE, 

Jellico. Lehiffh, : ^^_^|^ 
Paint Rock : : 10318 
and Soddy : : : > 

REAR OF 72 MARIETTA STREET, 
Telephone 1420. ATLANTA. GA. 

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• OTUPB »>•• -r.a.^^ ...»..<.... 1 20 Decatur Street, 

(.ATLANTA, - - OEOBOIA. 



LEATHER BELTING AND LACE LEATHER. 



DEC 



167 



DEC 



DECATUR— Cont'd 
39 Ray Mrs A 

42 (34) Landsberger L 
424Blood Balm Co 

43 (39) Lemke & Powell 
43^Young Men's Library 

The R R Clearing House 

44 (36) Marshall A S 

45-47 F W Hart Sash & Door 

Co ^ 

46 Vacant 
48 (40) Barker A J 
48JRagland A E 

50 (42) O' Byrne B 

51 Sou Belting Co 

52 Lynch J J 

53 Excelsior Steam L'ndry Co 
Harvey L P 

54 (46) Daus A 

55 Hamilton G L 
Evans W L 

56 (48) Liebermuth J 

57 Spencer Albert R 
Spencer & Hannum 

58 (50) Allen & Boylan 

Loyd commences. 
60 Doster & KimbalL 
^^\{S^\) Weems L M 
62 (52) Marcus M & Bro 
64 (54) Fleischman^ 
64^Cannon N 
66*'(56) Hentschel C ^ 

Williams H W 
Ivy commences. 
67 (57) Lewis J N 
69 Lee George 

Clark Isaac C 
71-73 Rucker H A, r 



C. G. WYNNE, 

At No. 2 Whitehall St., 
Keeps the Finest Line of 



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GENrS FURNISHING GOODS 

IN • THB • OITV. 



D. C. L-OEB, 



-SOLE AGKNT FOI 



The Celebratei Pabst Brewing Co.'s 

MILWAUKEE BEER. 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Streets. 

Telephone 4-20. 



7iJSleighton Charlotte, c 
74 Cooper J H 
Blakely C, c 
74^Bee4iles S, c 

7 7 "Parker S T, r 

78 (62) Eplan L 

80 Young G, c 

(64) Smith & Cooper 

81 Franklin & Co 
8i^Stevenson Lucy, c 

82 (66) Friend J M 

83 Smith & Smith 

84 (68) Marks S & Co 
86 (70) Jacobus H 

88 (75) Wormser S G 

88J(72i) Hennies C 

90 (74) Traynham & Ray 

92 Vacant 

94 (78) Levy S 

HentschellG 
94^Brown H, r 

96 (80) White & Morgan 

97 Atlanta House 

98 (82) Gerbie JC 
• Talley A N 

100 (84) Pollock H 
102 (82) Friend J M 

102 (86)" Reid ME 

103 Spence N C 
io3jSugarman Nathan 

104 (88) Sugarman N 

106 (84) Hoffman H J 

107 Harper John 

108-110 (88-86) Karwisch H 
109 Teitlebaum & Hartman 
Courtland ave intersects. 

1 1 2 (90) Beyer & Sons 

113 (91) Van Stavoren J D 



Mow Plfle LDilier 



OF EVERY VARIETY, 

ENTERPRISE LUMBER COMPANY, 
} 2H S. BROAD STREET. Telephone 238. 



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STAIR BUILDINQ a Specialty. 
Cor. Foundry and W. & A. R. R. 



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SOUTKEAl^TKRN MUTUAL 
ACCIDKNT AHSOCiATION, 



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OECATUR— Contd 
Goldstein Isaac' 

14 Burns Palrit k 

15 (93) Williams (icorire 1. 

16 (94) Jaftee J 

19 (97) Smith A A 

20 (98) Lichtenstein K 

21 (101) Ruk stein Isaac 
2^ (101) Glower Martha V 

24 ( too) Garter F. <• 

25 (103) Swift T L 

26 (104) Kiihns A F 
26 (106) Teplitzky Jacob 
27-12Q (107-109) TerrvWm M 
28 (108) Johns I 

30 (no) Smith M J 

31 (III) Minor T A 

32 Jafte J 

^2 (112) Gohen M 

33-^37 (ii3-ii7)Morris,Ewing 

& Go 
34 (112) Roulglin H 
36 Lew B 

37^ (117^) McElroy Mary A 

38 (114) Rabinovitz M 

40 (116) Ketchum & Reeves 

42 (iiS) Rhodes &: Smith 

43 Wilson M, i' 

44 n88) Cook Bros 

45 (121) Buchanan J f 

46 (120/ Nolan A A 

49 (123) Joffe Abraham 
Sinkovitth A 
O iJonnell Bros 
150 <i22) Hoge '1 H 
Silverman H 



DEC 

151 153 (127-129) I'aylor Gal 

phin tV Co 
^2 (1 26) Boyhin J 
S2A (126A) Tass I>arnett 

54 (12S) Taylor Hugh K 

55 (131) Ha vis E I) 

56 (130) Burns Edward 

57 ('33) Ving Charles 

58 (132) Moscly R J 

59 {K^S^ Bicscr J C 

61 (133) vSprayberry J (i 

62 (134) Nix J, t- 
62^ Patterson M S, < 

63 Cook Bros 

64 (136) Jett S N 

65 Clav Joseph 

66 (140) 'Parks S, i 
67-169(137-11^9) Morris J A 
67ASmith M E 

Arnold H T 
68 F'ord Stephen, < 

70 (144) Robinson A, <• 
Gonnally James O 

71 Rosenberg M 
Kramer Jake 

72 (146) Moore Theodore M 
72^(146^) Boroschoffl 
74*(i4S)'" (;resham & Ball 

76 (1484) Williams J H W 
78 (150) Jones Allen, c 

80 Holland John 

81 Grow &: Stewart 

82 (154) Holland John H 

83 (151) AllredJC 

84 (154^) Schoen Bros 

S5 (i53)"Yalovitz & Wienburg 
87 Strickland M, c 



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monthly with the 

Vitioul Stilt ij B. & L. AiiooiitioA. 

SAFE AND PROFITABLE. 

I»>i MAaiBTTA Htbkbt, Oomer of BroAd. 



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DEC 



169 



DEC 



DECA'rUR— Cont'd 

r88-i9o (156-158) Stewart <Sj 

Tolbert 
189 (157) Rehance Eiquor Go 

Ihitlrr lnffrnrrt< 
19 r (159) Win burn (;eorge W 
192 (r6o) Hodges W [ 
192^(156^) Baker S E 

Bridwell Mary 
194 (162) Newton Fanny, r 
198 (164) Morton Henry, r 
200 (166) Kopler M 

203 (165 McElhaney (rilbert, r 

204 (i7oi Holstein A 

208 (172) Askam Sz Baiighman 

209 (167) Dupree Sarah, ~r 

210 (172) Nicholson [ C 

214 (176) Brooks B C Sz Bro, r 

215 (171) Stocks James D 

216 (178) Matthews (George, r 
218 (180) Casey Wm, r 

220 Dozier Alice, r 

Tanksley Malcolm, r 

226 (186) Montgomery Peter, r 

230 (190) Hagan John T 
Pratt intet':<erht. 
R&D Freight Depot 

234 (192) Hamm Jefferson, i 

236 (194) McClendon J L 

2^^ (196) Holcombe J M 

240 Archer Calvin C 

242 Graham & Johnson 

244 (200) Harris R B 

246 (206) Garmony J S 

252 (212) Martin M C 

254 (214) Hill Flora, c 

256 Gross S, c 

258 (216) Beiser J G 



nioorman k Dloorman, 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 

S?»LS, - STAMP 
Ueals, OUPPLIES. 

82^ a South Broad Street. 



PIM & TAYLOR 



-CONTRACTORS IN — 



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Raising and moving Buildings, 

Bricic or Frame BuildinKs Handled with 

P«frft'ct Safety. Special F cilities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 



Burke Mary 

259 Atlanta Coal Go 

260 (2r8) Brown Edward 

261 (221) Johnson J T 

262 (220) Tate James & Sons 

265 Conn H J 
Jolly J H 
Lacey E E 

266 Jackson W H * 

268 Huey & Bro 

269 Polk James K 

270 (228) Crathwright W E 

Moore mier>^eeU, 

272 Clay J 

273 Groover J M 
Robie E A 

274 (232) Hollingsworth Wm R 
276 (234) Abernathy J L & T N 

278 (236) French Wm O 
278^Welch Charles 

279 (239) McGuirk J M 
283 Landford N A 

286 (242) Blasingame Wm W 

Wellborn E A 
288 (244) Buchanan Wm T 
288iGlynn Lizzie 
290 (246) Buchanan T J 

292 Lyde A T W 

293 (249) Sullivan D 

294 Wells Wm R 

295 (253) Chandler D P 

298 Burris E, ^ 

299 (261) Frances Wm M 

300 Bates J M T 

301 (263) Vincent W J 

302 (258) Smith F A 

303 (263) Hull FA 
304(260) Bieser J M & A H 



Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, 

58 and 54 Paaohtree Street. 

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™.?«>ofBrs Steam Fitters and 
PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES. 



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STAIB BUILDINa a Specialty. 
Cor. Foundry and W. & A. R. R. 



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ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION, 



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DECATUR— Cont'd 

Goldstein Isaac 
14 Burns Patrick 
^5 (93) Williams George 1. 
16 (94) Jaffee J 

19 (97) Smith A A 

20 (98) Lichtenstein E 

21 (loi) Eickstein Isaac 

23 (loi) Clower Martha W 

24 (too) Carter F, c 

25 (103) Swift T L 

26 (104) Kuhns A F 
26 (106) Teplitzky Jacob 
27-129 (107-109) Terry Wm M 
28 (108) Johns I 

30 (no) Smith M J 

31 (in) Minor T A 

32 Jaffe J 
32 (112) Cohen M 

33-^37 (113-117) Morris,Ewing 

&Co 
34 (112) Roulglin H 
36 Levy B 

37i (ii7i) McElroy Mary A 
38 (114) Rabinovitz M 
40 (116) Ketchum & Reeves 

42 (118) Rhodes & Smith 

43 Wilson M, c 

44 (188) Cook Bros 

45 (121) Buchanan J F 

46 (120) Nolan A A 
49 (123) Joffe Abraham 

Sinkovitch A 
O'Donnell Bros 
150 (122) Hoge T H 
Silverman H 
Pvedmont ave intersects. 



151-153 (127-129) Taylor Gal- 

phin & Co 
52 (126) BoylanJ 
52^ (126^) Pass Barnett 
54"(i28) Taylor Hugh K 

55 (131) Davis E D 

56 (130) Burns Edward 

57 {^33) Ying Charles 

58 (132) Mosely R J 

59 (135) Bieser JC 

^i {^33) Sprayberry J G 

62 (134) Nix J, c 
62jPatterson M S, r 

63 Cook Bros 

64 (136) Jett S N 

65 Clay Joseph 

66 (140) Parks S, c 
6j-i6g (137-139) Morris J A 
674Smith M E 

Arnold H T 
68 Ford Stephen, c 

70 (144) Robinson A, c 
Connally James O 

71 Rosenberg M 
Kramer Jake 

72 (146) Moore Theodore M 
72^(146^) Boroschoff I 

74 (148) Gresham & Ball 
76 (148^) Williams J H W 
78 (150) Jones Allen, c 

80 Holland John 

81 Crow & Stewart 

82 (154) Holland John H 

83 (151) AllredJC 
^4 (154^) Schoen Bros 

85 (153) Yalovitz & Wienburg 
87 Strickland M, c 





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monthly with the 

Mm\ Eailwaj B. & L, Assooiatiofi. 

SAFE ANO PROFITABLE. 

29}i Maxibtta Stsbbt, Ootner of Broad. 




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169 



DEC 



DECATUR— Cont'd 

188-190 (156-158) Stewart & 

Tolbert 
189 (157) Reliance Liquor Co 
Butler intersects 

191 (159) Winburn George W 

192 (160) Hodges W J 

1924(156^) Bakers E 

Bridwell Mary 
194 (162) Newton Fanny, c 
198 (164) Morton Henry, c 
200 (166) Kopler M % 

203 (165) McElhaney Gilbert, c 

204 (170) Holstein A 

208 (172) Askam & Baughman 

209 (167) Dupree Sarah, c 

210 (172) Nicholson J C 

214 (176) Brooks B C & Bro, c 

215 (171) Stocks James D 

216 (178) Matt>€ws George, c 
218 (180) Cas<^y Wm, c 
220 Dozier AHce, c 

Tanksley Malcolm, c 
226 (186) Montgomery Peter, c 
230 (190) Hagan John T 
Pratt intersects. 

R&D Freight Depot 
234 (192) Hamm Jefferson, c 
236 (194) McClendon J L 
238 (196) Holcombe J M 
240 Archer Calvin C 
242 Graham & Johnson 
244 ^200) Harris R B 
246 (206) Garmony J S 
252 /212) Martin M C 
254 (214) Hill Flora, c 
256 Gross S, c 
258 (216) Beiser J C 



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HEADQUARTERS FOR 

STAMPS, OTAMP 

TENCILS, Aitt \ ■ 2ni ip-r. 
EALS, UUPPLIES. 

82H South Broad Street. 



PIM & TAYLOR 

— OONTRAOTOR8 IN— 

KaisiDg aid (Hoving Builtiii|i, 

Bricit or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect S:=afety. Special F cilitles 
for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 844. 21% "E. Alabama. 



Burke Mary 

259 Atlanta Coal Co 

260 (218) Brown Edward 

261 (221) Johnson J T 

262 (220) Tate James & Sons 

265 Conn H J 
Jolly J H 
Lacey E E 

266 Jackson W H ' 

268 Huey & Bro 

269 Polk James K 

270 (228) Gathwright W E 

Moore intersects 

272 Clay J 

273 Groover J M 
Robie E A 

274 (232) Hollingsworth Wm R 
276 (234) AbernathyJ L&TN 

278 (236) French Wm O 
2 78^ Welch Charles 

279 (239) McGuirk J M 
283 Landford N A 1 

286 (242) Blasingame Wm W 

Wellborn E A ! 

288 (244) Buchanan Wm T 
288JGlynn Lizzie 
290 (246) Buchanan T J 

292 Lytle A T W 

293 (249) Sullivan D 1 

294 Wells Wm R 

295 (253) Chandler D P 

298 Burris E, c 

299 (261) Frances Wm M 

300 Bates J M T 

301 (263) Vincent W J 

302 (258) Smith FA 1 

303 ^263) Hull F A ! " 

304 (260) Bieser J M & A H 



Hunnicutt & Bellingratli Go.,! 

62 and 64 Peaohtree Street. i 



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ONE PKICE 

GIot!hiei<^ antl Fni'ni^hBi'^, 

Old No., 17 and 19 Whitehall Street. 
New No., 15 and 17. 

DECATUR— Cont'd 

305 Venable & Pitman 

306 (262) Adams & Son 

Bell intersects. 

307 Camp W A 

308 (264) Duffy D B 
3o8jDickerson S 

309 Thompson W W 

310 Winn E 

311 White J S 

312 (270) Vacant 
314 Jacobs W 
317 Brogan E 
320 Johnson A, c 
322 Hill G, c 

324 Robinson M, c 
Hinton A, c 

325 Butler, Wolcott & Butler 
328 Dozier G, c 

330 (288) Divine & Maddox, c 
334 (290) Dodson M, c 
337 (289) Nace E S 

Fort intersects. 
342 Stewart W F 
342^Yarborough M 
344 Hill Charles, c 
344jSomers MoUie, c 
'345 (297) Williamson H E 
346 Vacant 

348 Prater A 

349 McKnight R L 
352 (304) Leach J B 
356 (308) Vacant 
359 (311) Benning A H 

> 360 (312) Lovless F, c 

■^362 Brown J W 
364 (316) Owensby L C 
366 Smith & McCurdy 



368 (320) Smith I H 
370 (322) Goin M A 

Chant commences. 
Milliard commences. 
372 (224) Robinson R L 

374 (326) Hudgins J E 

375 Tripod Paint Co 

376 Vacant 
376iHeath W I 

378 Harris J S 

379 (335) Malone H, c 

380 Blocker D W 
Mole Jacob 

383 (339) Nash T W 

384 Green J 

388 (336) Norwood J F * 

391 (345) McDaniel M M 

392 (342) Overton J H 

395 (349) Stapp S J 

398 White B M 

400 Stowers T J & Co 

405 Russell J R 

406 Turner A M 

409 Gormly Mrs S M 

410 (412) Langford G M 

411 Fleming T 

412 Blocker D W 

415 Kelly M 

416 Stokes Ay c f 

417 Pratt Wm 
Jenkins J F 

Yonge commences. 
422 (266) Wall W C 
428 (368) Phillips T Y 
432 (402) Phillips J W 

Antoinette commences. 
450 (442) Decatur St School 
Lucy commences. 



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MELONE, CANTEY & RAWSOH, 

tenM Insurance Igents 

jpire, L,if&, Accident and 

Plate Gtlaas. 

14 S. Broad Street, ATLANTA, QA. 



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SOUTHERN BELTING CO 



jSl DBOKTUR STRl 



{* HBABQXJ ASTERS FOK 
LEATHEB AND BUBBEB 
BEL i INO, HObE, PACK- 
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& BICKART. 



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(WHOLESALE WHISKIES. 



*CAKADIAK CLUB" 
"OLD PBPPEB." 



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DECATUR— Cont'd 
462 (446) Drake Wm 
470 Farr T J 
478 (455) Watkins W W 
482 (46o)*Sahli G G 

Fitzgerald begins. 
498 (478) Brooks J N 
500 Brooks F M 
502 (482) Conger T A 

Boulevard commences. 
504 (484) Beauchamp G B 
506 (496) Hooks M V 
508 Thompson C J 
512 ^498) Minhinett A C 
514 (499) Murphy & Son, c 
516 (500) Carpenter Bros 
518 (504) DugganT 

Daniel commences. 
524 (506) Bishop GW 
526 (506) Jolly A J & Son 
528 Simpkins W T 
528 (507) Bradley E L & Son 
530 (508) Aiken R N & Co 

Mowell commences. 
532 Vacant 
536 (510) Reagan E W 

Wolfolk Isaac, c 
538 (512) O'Conner Moses, c 
540 (512) Shea Mrs Jane 
544 (514) Bradley Mrs Anna 
546 (516) Simpkins W T 
548 Vacant 

550 (510) Zacharie Gus, c 
552 (522) Philips J L & P K 

, Bradley commences. 
554 (526) Roughton J F 
556 (528) Langford J R 
558 Branyon C S . 



A.L.DELKIN&GO. 

69 WHITEHALL STREET, 

WUOLB8ALE it n RETAIL 

JEWELERS. 

Largest Stock, Lowest Prices. 




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(pu/est prices ip Qity 

AT -i 

TRIPOD PAINT CO., 

66-68 Iwfari«tta Street. 



562 (530) Crockett J P 
564 Vacant 

566 (534) Hughes James 
568 (532) Rice J W 
570 (534) Simpkins I D 
574 (556) Thomas Henry, . 
580 (523) Bentley H H ; 
Cornelia commences. 
jB.* ^ D. R. R. intersects. 
Ella intersects. 
602 (562) Ayers J A 
604 HoUingsworth A M 
606 Cronic Samuel, c 
612 Watts C 
616 (578) Webb W D 
620 (566) Wright T M 

Davis S M 
624 (563) Powers J S 

Gunby intersects. 
(616) Smith S C 
Krog intersects, 
618 Albert J T' 
620 Vincent MR --' 
622 Herndon M A 
642 White W D & Bro 
Wadded intersects. 






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John, near limits. Ward 5. 

DELBRIDGE, from Walnut w 
to Sunset ave, i n of Carter 
7 Sims J, c 
9 Smith P, r 

13 Haygood J H, <: 

14 Hardin W H, ^ 

24 Stricklin T, c 

25 Johnson S, c 



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-DEAUEH IN- 



Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, 

AND WHIPy)F ALL KINDS. 



9 S. Broad St. 



DELBRIDGE— Cont'd 
26 Rogers A, c 

29 Jones A, c 

30 Dickson J, c 

31 Spain W E, f 

32 Weaver W, c 

33 Freeman C, c 

34 Smith R, c 

35 Young O, f 

36 Dorsey G, c 

37 Cosby J, c 

38 Ball S, ^ 

39 Love D, r 

40 Jones S, c . 

41 Boswell J, t 

43 Robe J, ^ 

44 Vacant 

45 Turner L, c 
48 Wilder D, c 



DeWALD'S alley, from 
Whitehall w to C. R. R-, 
Ward 5. 



DIAMOND, from W Fair n, i 
w of Vine, Ward i. 

DILLON, from Marietta n, i 
w of Hampton, bey limits. 

DOANE, from Windsor to 
Pryor, nr southern limits. 
Ward 2. 
(4) Brown J E 
Mayo J3 T 
(6) Guill -1 H 
(8) Rodge rs W T 
(10) Ware G H ^ 



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(12) Wakefield Nathan 

(13) Pittman J A 

DORA from Green's Ferry ave 
n to Larkin i e of Roach. 

(28) Nichols Joseph, r 

(29) Price, c 

(30) Hogan G B, ^ 

• (32) Jenkins Filmore, c 

(33) Kennedy Jerry, c 

(34) Smith Jennie, c 

(37) Fryer Jeff, c 

(38) Turner Wm, c 

(39) Arnold Anderson, c 

DORAY, from W Hunter n, i 
w of Chestnut, Ward i; 

2 Roberts L, c 

3 Vacant 

5 Ellington C, c 
7 Burk ] W, r 

12 Johnson D J 

13 McClarty T J 
Pride Y, ^ 
Harden E 

15 Jones W H 
17 Vacant 

(33) Price Moses, c 

(34) Terrell James, c 

(34) Johnson Benj, c 

(35) Jones Henry, c ., ■ 
(37) Harris Felix, c 
(75) Spain Gilbert, c 
Nolly Stocks, c 

DOVER, from Elliott to Tat- 
nall, I s of Markham, Ward i. 
9 Towns J H, ^ 
10 Davis E, ^ 

BUY YOUR PAINTING SUPPLIES OF 

SoilherB Paiil is Slus Co., 

No. 39 S. Broad St, Dealers in 

Window and Plate 6lass, Oils, Paints, 

Bnihis, Vtf&iihM, Paiiten' SipyliN, Bio., 

No. S9 South Broad St., ATLAMTA. 



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DOVER— Cont'd 
12 Stewart M, c 

14 Hightower J, c 

15 Williams R, c 

16 Brown R, c 
19 West H, c 

21 Brown J, c 

22 Ware S, c 

23 Williams R, c 

25 Mcintosh A, c 

26 Jackson M, c 

Davis commences. 

27 Thomas M 
32 Hill Nat, c 
34 Booth B, c 
36 Simpson R, c 

38 Houseworth H, c 

39 Palmer A, c 

40 Houseworth G W, r 

41 Walton S, c 

44 Thrasher G T, ^ 
47 Cousins G, c 

52 Sanders R, c > 

53 Flugle E, c -\ • 

54 Gordon M, c 

55 Ivy E, ^ 

58 Simmons N, c 

64 Perry L 

67 Dun lap A, c. - 

Markham intersects. 



DRAKE'S ALLEY, between 
Harris and Ripley. 

DUNLAP, from Highland ave 
to E Cain, Ward 4. 
16 Williams W A 
26 Ackerman G W 



^ MEMPH 

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98 WHITEHAIiL STREET. 
See Pace 67. 



GDJIli AIID WOOD 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

Clean Lump Coal at Lowest Prices. 

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Prompt Delivery Guaranteed. 

Tfi nriA YARDS »1. AA. R. R. KT. 



28 Dick Mrs R 
27 Williams H, c 

29 Dorsey D, <: 
31 Wright H, c 
42 Dickert W H 



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gum to Nelson, near Haynes, 
Ward I. .. 



EARL, from Marietta, between 
Foundry and Thurmond, n e 
to Luckie, Ward 5 
7 (42) Frisbee R J 

10 Vacant 

1 1 (6) Peacock C A 
15 (28) Simmons W S 

EAST AVE from Jackson e to 
R&DRR2nof Highland 
ave, formerly called Morris 

(i) Hopkins A, c 
19 Cowell G, c 
68 Smith WH 
72 Gordon G, c 
84 Young W H 
88 Wallace J B 
104 Brantly F B 

EDGEWOOD AVENUE, from 
Peachtree e to Edgewood, 
n of Decatur, i s of Wheat. 
i^Roy G G 

WebbCS : ^ 

Ridley R B v 

Harris N O ^ ^ • 
Gaston J M 
Hutchiiis M B 
Cuesta A L 



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BBI^TING, 

Hose, Packing, Slc. 
47 and 49 S. Broad Street 



EDGEWOOD AVE— Cont'd 
2o Marsh, Smith & Marsh 
^^ N. Pryor intersects. 
' Equitable Bldg 

Exchange Place begins. 
43 (22) Lung S.ang 
51 Butcher & Wingate * 
Providence Infirmary 
Sou Med College 
Ivy intersects. 
77 East Atl Land Co 
— Keely Institute 
79 Trio Laundry 
04 Gordon School 
06 (4) Stephens L 
08 (6) Taylor H 

16 (66) Lynch B 

17 (56) Roberts J W 
Courthnd ave intersects. 

25 Atlanta Grocery Co The 

29 (11) Vacant 

33 (75) Alexander W D 

37 (77) Key J W 

62 Bebee Mrs 

64(7i)KelleyJJ 

Edgewood Opera House 
Piedmont ave intersects. 
College commences. 
174 Wurm F A 
176 (118) Latamore G 
180 (10) Green J W 
184 (12) Hubner C W 

190 (20) Dull S R 

191 (19) FluelLen Louisa, c 

197 (21) 'Browft F, c 

198 (22) Aliens worth J C 

199 (31) Batie Gilbert, c 
202 (30) Cary M 



203 (33) Holmes T, c 

206 (32) Hamilton A 

207 TuUy Bros 

Butler intersects. 
210 While B M 
212 Smith W P& Co 
223 Jenkins J, c 
223 (39) Hill A, c 
227 Robinson A, c 
231 Pinson A L, ^ 

Bell intersects. 
235 Langley B F 

238 (46) Richardson John, c 

239 Dobbs J, r 
242 (48) Scott W B 

245 Parker J, c 

246 (50) Smith Cora, c 

248 (52) Conahead Carolina, c 
250 Washington G, c 

254 Stone Anna, c 

255 (57) Tony J, c 

259 (59) Nichols M, c 

260 (58) Wimbush J, r 
262 (58) Lynch Wm, c 
264 Brown J, c 

Fort intersects. 
272 (100) Love Mrs S J 
276 (102) Taylor Chas 

Gershenoviz Morris 
280 (104) Wafford Louis, 
284 (106) Pittman Susan, 
298 Williams LoUj ^ 

Hilliard intersects. 
300 (112) Marble Louisa, c 
302 (112) Booker George, c 
306 (114) Jefferson Thomas, c 
310 (116) Butler Eliza, c 

Yonge intersects. 



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grades of 

LUyP.'ANTHRACITE AND STEAM COAL 

FOR MANUFACTURING PURPOSES. 
Bear 72 Marietta St. Tel. 1420. 







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J Challenges all 4»ther Lite Com- 
] panles to Comparison of Rotutts 
I on Similar PoUcios. ^ * * 



N. Y. BeltinR & Packing Go's t atlanjajiber CO. 

BELTING, PACKTnG. HOSE. GASKETSf Etc. ^ * — "-- -**"'^'-'*^"^*-^-^- - 



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EDGEWOOD AVE— Cont'd 

Jackson intersects. 
340 Schmidt R 
342 Foster Mrs M B 
353 Furlow J, c 
355 Wallace B, c 
357 Bomar W, c 

Fitzgerald commences. 
362 Webster H, c 
366 Hill Lucy, ^ 
368 (158) Johnson E 

371 Gains Wm F, c 

372 Johnson J A 
375 Dumas J T 

378 (164) Butler R J 

379 Harris D S 

Boulevard intersects. 
401 Vacant 
408 Crowley H J 
410 Vacant 

Daniel ends. 
412 Palmer W M 

414 Baya J B 

415 (213) Barlow Jackson 

416 Smith S 

418 LeGrande CD 

419 (215) Laster S B, r 

420 Elmore F H 
422 Burnham C R 

421 (217) Echols Chas, c 
425 (219) Simpson A, c 
431 (224) Johnson W, r 
436 Rose J C 

445 (226) Thompson H C 

Howell intersects. 
447 (63) Swinney O L 

Bagwell J M C 
449 (251) Treadwell Hardy 

C. G. WYNNE, 

At No. 2 Whitehall St., 

Keeps the Finest Line of 

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EDWARDS, from Simpson n 
to John, I w of Davis, 
Ward 5. I 
1 1 Vacant , , i'-. 

(12) Hearn J T 

(14) Shell Lemon 

(15) Housworth John 
(20) Tomlinson L P 

ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO., 

For Lumber of all kinds. 
'- V. » 2)^ Soath Broad Street. 




The Celebrated Pabst Brewing Co.'i ^ 

MILWAUKEE BEER. I ^ 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
;. Broad Streets 

Teleohone 420. 



453 (253) Hadley Frank 

457 (241) Finch W M, r 

458 Williams L 
462 Miles J 

Bradley ends. 
469 (247) Veal Fannie 
Atkins Nellie, c 
Harris O D H 
Jett S N 
Randolph commences 
485 (257) Rogers Mrs A E 
488 Merritt J B 
496 McGill S, c 

Cornelia ends. 
500 Wright G, r 
506 Wood J, c 
510 George C, c 
514 Moreton L, c 
518 Hill W, c - ^ : 

Ella intersects. 
Street Ry Car House 
568 Albert J J ... 
^572 Vacant '? - 

574 Williams C C 
576 Vacant 
578 Williams A B 

Krog intersects. 
Waddell J O 

Waddell intersects. 







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1 AND INSIDB TBimCIKGHB, 
V Oor. Foundry and W. & A. R. R. 



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SOUTHEASTERN MUTUAL 

Iccidentlssociation. 



-<>F ATHENS, GA. 



thereafter, payable in regu-.ir m 
gjallments. No membership 
fee required. 

EDWARDS— Cotit'd 
(21) Duke RF 
(25) Lee D J: 
(27) Chevalier W P 
Stockton W G 



EEDS, from Windsor w to C 
R R, 2 s of Glenn, W^ard 2. 



ELIZA ALLEY, from Hiinni- 
cutt n to North ave, i e of 
Orme, Ward 5. 

ELIZABETH (South Atlanta), 
from Rockwell, i s w of Sims. 



ELIZABETH AVE, Inman 
Park, East Atlanta. ^ 



ELLA, from Georgia ave n, at 
eastern limits (changed to 
Lynch st). 
I Darden J H 
3 Jones J T 
5 Howell J H 
7 (15) Callaway Martin, c 

17 Scott Anthony, c 

18 Vacant 

19 Parker H, c 

20 (i) Kennedy F A 

23 Pope F, r 

24 Vacant 

29 Upson H, c * 

Edgeiuood ave inter 8eeU<. 
35 Butler R, c 
37 Redmond Ay c 
39 O'Neill W, c 
41 Rhodes W, c 



ELLA, from Chapel s w 
limits (Barracks), Ward i. 

2 (19) Stewart E J 

3 Bobo J H 
19) Connell J A 

(20) Perry A E 

[20) Glover O H P 

(21) McMillan D M 
[21) Ambrose Mrs F A 
;2 2) Terry F M 
'22^) Brown John 

Leonard intersech. 

(23) Bullard W T 
[23^) Norton A E 

(24) Arrowood S W 

(25) Mashburn J J 
[27) Plummer G H 
;28) Bowie R T 

(29) Mason Wm 
Culver commences. 

(30) Crabtree W' M 
(32) Lang J A 

(31) Pettis David 
Henry comnmences. 



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ELLIOTT, from Nelson n to 
John, parallel with E T V & 
G R R, Wards i and 5. 
2 Norris W D 

Markhdm intersects. 

19 Rakestraw H R, r 

20 Bridwell W M 
23 Braun F 

26 (28) Dooley K 

Mitchell intersects. 

48 Spence S 

56 (54) Posrell W M 

Hunter intersects. 



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ELLIOTT— Cont'd 
84 (64) Willingham & Co 
90 (88) Wilson W H 
98 (92) Murphy M 
02 (96) Foster Mrs N 
06 Watts W, c 
08 (100) Parks C, c 
12 (106) Wilkes Miss V 
16 (no) Arnold Mrs E, c 

iUwdes intersects. 
32 (127) Brooks M. ^r 
38 (128) Bentley M E, r 
40 (132) Harris E, c 
44 (136) Wright S, c 
48 (138) Hutson S, c 

Magnolia intersects. 
52 (142) Schmeltzer Frederick 
54 (143) Hughes Mrs M S 
56 (151) Porter Sallie, c 
58 (153) Thomas John, c 
60 (147) Harper Dedley, c 
64 (149) Cornelius Love, c 
66 (162) Sperling Mrs Martha 
72 (163) King Lewis, c . 

Hamilton Fannie, c 
76 (164) Sanders Ella, c 
80 Straub A 

Foundry intersects. 
88 (184) Randall Wm, r 
90 (186) Maddox Joseph 
92 Hutchison Larkin, c 
Newton intersects. 

194 Hall L H & Co 

210 (200) Dawson Carrie, ^r 

212 (202) Green Floyd, c 

214 Davis Kate 

216 (212) Carter Addie, c 

218 Mathews Thomas, c 

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HEADQUARTERS FOR 

TAMPS, OTAMP 

aHi!^'' ~ Supplies. 

82K South Broad Street. 



PIM & TAYLOR 

— CONTRACTORS IN— 

Kiitiig and (Qoviiig luildiifi, 

Brick or Frame Buildiugs Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special F cilities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 844 21>iE. Alabama. 

224 (218) Ferrell Fred 

Thurmond intersects. 
226 (220) Hendricks Philip, c 
232 (224) Morrison L A 
236 Mays W H 
240 (234) Mays J P 

Mays commences. 
244 (236) Booth Mrs F E 

Webb Mrs Laura A 
254 (250) Sweat E S 

Bock commences. 
258 (252) Billing Frederick S 
264 (260) Parks Selia, c 
266 (260) Butler Alice, c 
Henry commences. 
Simpson intersects. 
Jones ave commences. 
Bwih commences. 
330 (12) Lawless Henry 
334 (84) Connor Daniel, c 
336 (84) Cotton G, c 

Johnson commences. 



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ELLIS, from Peachtree w to 
Church and e to Hilliard, i n 
of Houston, Wards 4 and 6. 

GOING EAST. 



120 (18) 

25 (23) 

26 (24) 

29 (25) 

30 (26) 

40 (34) 
45 (47) 

46 (38) 

50 (46) 

53 (49) 



Roy G G 
Lowry G P 
Walton E 
Jones W E 
Shumaker D E 
Ivy intersects. 
Prioleau S 
Ballard N A 
Kelley J 
Durand M F 
Milam R P 



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383 IWaifiettci St. 



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Glothiers^Tailors 

014 No., 17 and 19 Whitehall Street. 
New No., 16 and 17. 




ELLIS— Cont'd 
57 (51) Robinson H M 

59 (53) Benton E E 

60 (54) Merritt H I 

61 (55) Stokes W J 
64 (56) Cabaniss G A 
66 (58) Bensel Wm 
70 Harris J 

Crichton J P 

CourUand am intersecU. 
74 Grant H P 
83 Callaway I T 
89 Berry E M 

Hart F W 

CKfford commences. 

95 Adams J P 
99 Donovan G R 
100 (84) McClellan I 

103 Crozier G, c 

104 (86) Albert W J 

105 (89) Neal J 

107 Cook B, c 

108 Benson M C 

III (93) Williams M, c 

111 (loi) Smith J, c 

112 (94) Prime Ida 
115 Dickey W T S 

115 Quarterman T, c 
Piedm/mt ave intersects. 

116 (98) Jordan G 

120 (100) Southard J 

121 Long T, c 

123 iBradshaw E W, r 

124 Kellog Milo 

125 (105) Mills H, c 

128 Williams J, r 

129 Dupree A, r 
131 ("9) Jones I 



133 (121) Thomas G, c 

136 Miner H, c 

137 Slack T, c 

141 (123) Thomas E J, ^ 

142 Hayes M 

143 (125) Slaton L 

145 Farrow A, c 

146 Paden Z 

147 (127) Beasley P, c 

151 (137) Hestre G L, r 

152 Upson M, c 

153 (129) Brown W, c 

155 (141) Adams L, c 

156 Hopkins D, c 

157 Manning L, c 

158 Cowan E, c 

159 (133) Petty P, c 

160 Howell H 

Butler intersects. 
162 Whitaker Anna, c 

164 McCan Lillian, c 

165 Reynolds T, r 

167 Vacant i 

168 {146) Miller Mary, c 

169 Vacant 

170 Porter J A, c 

171 Westmoreland, Anna, c 
175 Betts Jesse, c 

179 (151) Dickinson Mary, c 
Bell intersects. 

181 (155) Crawford Nancy, c 

182 Brooks B C, ^ 

184 (168) Johnson Anna, c 
186 {164) Simmons Georgia, c 
190 (166) Haywood Julia, c 
194 (172) Cunningham Frank, 
'199 (175) Baker Lula, c 
200 (180) Hicks Josephine, c 



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Plate Glasa. » 

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ELLIS— Cont'd 
201 Steele H M, <: 

205 Clarke Stephen, r 

206 Vacant 

Fort intersects. 
224 ^218) Person Alfred, e 
226 (220) Mathes George, c 

230 (222) Bryant John, c 

231 Jenkins & Parr 

232 (224) Landrum J A 
236 (226) Deane J W 
240 (228) Vaughan C J 

GOING WEST. 

6 Smith Miss Ada F 
10 Giltner H L 

Church of the Redeemer 



ELM, from W Fair n to Beck- 
with, I w of Vine, Ward i. 

Blackstock Mary 
4 (2) Wilson W B 
6 (4) Straughter Edward, c 
8 (4) Glenn George, c 
ID (6) Jackson Adam, c 

(7) White Henry, c ■ . ' 
12 (8) Redd Walter, c 
14 (10) Stanley Charles, c 
, (11) Kempson Lillie, c 
25 (14) Sturtevant Eli, c 
40 Paiden Pender, c 
42 Jackson ML 
44 Bufford George, c 
46 Vacant 
48 Lewis James, c 
75 (45) Taylor John, r 

ELMORE. See Gullatt. 



A.L.DELKIN&CO, 

69 WHITEHALL STREET, 

WUOLKSALE AtB KKTAIL 

JEWELERS. 

Largest Stock, Lowest Prices. 



TRIPOb ♦ F/IINT ' CO., 

MANUFACTURERS or 

READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Lead, 1-Coit Carriage Paint:.&c 

'^tory, 375 Decatur Street. 

Office 56-58 Marietta Street 

EMMA, from W & A R R w to 
limits, I n of Kennedy, Ward 
5 (Bell wood). . 

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EMMETT, from W Peachtree 
w to Marietta, i n of Eighth. 

EMMETT, from John n to 
North ave, i e of Lambert. 
(i) Vacant ? 

(?) New J E 

(3) Coleman Pleasant 

(4) Dorsey J L 

(5) Self B H 
Kennedy intersects. 

(38) Withers John 

(39) Underwood Thomas 

(41) Hiller Liney, c 

(42) Fox Sarah, c 

(44) Ross Aulena, c 

(45) Taylor Rober-t, c 
- (48) Taylor Wm, c 

(49) 5cott Joseph, c 
(49) Daniels Ella, c 

(49) Milner Wilson, c 

(50) Austin Henry, c 

ENNIS ALLEY, from Davis w 
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Thornton John, c 
Brownlee J A 
Howell Mrs M J 
Howell J F 
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EUGENf A, from Windsor e to 
Pryor, i s of Rawson, Ward 2. 
15 (3) Griffin Mrs J N 
Cooper intersects. 
41 (5) Allen Mrs B 

45 (6) Corbin Mrs M V 

46 Cowells Robert, c 
48 Broughton Nancy, c 

FormwaU intersects. 

63 (9) Hetherington J E 

64 Henson Sam, c 

EXCHANGE PLACE, from n 
Pryor at Edgewood ave s e to 
Ivy 

18 (44) Parker J R 

19 Atl Cons St R R Co Stabls 

20 Butcher A R 

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20 (50) Harrington R R 
22 Alexander J 
29 Thompson J, c 

EZRA, from W 5th or Moore e 
between Ponder ave and Mc- 
Millan (beyond limits). 

EZZARD^ from Daniel e to 
Ella, I n of Decatur, Ward 4. 

3 (i) St John W H 

4 Pennington Jordan, <r 

5 (3) Whitley T J 

9 (6) Sommer5 Mary, c 

13 (12) Leslie Sarah, c 

14 (14) Swift Willis, c 

Cornelia intersects. 
34 (31) Lanier Thomas 
37 (30) Smith W J 
45 (39) Ware John, c 



47 (32) Smith F M 

48 Webb Richard, c 

49 (32) Kelly ST 

50 Kemp Charlie, c 
53 (10) Rose Clarence 
56 (11) Collier B F 

EUa intersects. 



FACTORY, from Ga R R s to 
Boulevard, i w of Borne, 
Ward 3. 

(4) Elsas Isaac 

(6) Garner G C 

(9) Wallace James 

(11) Buice Mrs Eliia 

(12) Strickland Mrs M A 

(13) Bradley Wm 
(15) Berry D N 
(17) Beauchamp Mrs S V 
(19) Miller Mrs M E 
(21) Buice John 
(23) Vacant 

(25) Crane Mrs R 
(27) Kinley John ^ 

Crimes Benjamin 
(31) McClellan J G 

Rich Mrs A 
(33) Howell Mrs Lena 
(35) Bloomindale Chas 
(37) Morton L, c 
(39) Bond Mrs S C 

Landmon Mrs A 
(42) Lindsey G W 
(44) Allen Wm 
(46) Buice J P 

(51) Bankston Mrs M 

(52) Dobbins Warren,,^ 

(53) Hammett J A 

Soitk Flint is Hk Co., 

DBALKB8 IN ALL KIKD8 

PAINXKRS' SURPI^IES. 

Sponges. Chamois, atl kiHos of Brushes, \ 
Artists' Goods, Reliable Mixed Paints, Ac. 

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FACTORY— Cont'd 
(55) Vacant 
(57) Vacant 
(59) Nelson M 

FACTORY LOT, at Fulton 
Cotton Spinning Go's Mills, 
name changed to Wyman st 
and Reinhardt st. 



FAIN, from Hilliard w to Bell, 
2 s of Edgewood ave. Ward 4. 
2 Thomas S 
8 Anderson G, c 
10 Ellington D, c 
13 Alexander J 
16-18 Brooks H, c 
17 Holmes J G, <: 

Fort intersects. 
Houghton intersects. 
51 Jones U, c 
59 Webb N, c . 
61 Wynne E, ^ I r 

Hilliard intersects. 



FAIR, from Whitehall e to lim- 
its and w to limits, Wards i, 

2 and 3. 

GOING EAST. 

I Vacant ... 

3 New houses 

Formwalt intersects. 
Pryor intersects. 
55 (53) Noble G H . 
67 (65) Guer Dr J H' ^ 
6^ (64) Chisholm A F 
69 (67) Walpole Mrs M G 
' 72 {66) Griffin J H 




MEMPH 

STWE CO. 

98 WHITEHAIjIi STBEBT. 

S«e Pa^ 57. 

H. G. KUHRT, No. 1 WHITEHALL ST. 



FOR COAL AND WOOD 

CALL ON 

OVERTON & DUNN, 

Wholesale and Betail Dealers. 

Best Domestic Goals at Lowest Prices. 

TEL. 80». Yards 91 . G«. R. B. St. 

73 (69) Biederman C A 

76 (72) Maher C T 

77 (71) O'Conner Patrick 
81 (73) Davis B J 

85 (75) Matison A 

Loyd intersects. • : 
108 Dodd W, c I 

PvUiam commences. 
115 (113) Corrigan John 
119 (115) Spencer S B 
123 (117) Smith J C i 

Workington intersect. \ 
151 (148) Winkler J H 
155 (155) Eckford Chas G 
159 (157) VanGoidtsnoven E 

Crew intersects. 
171 (167) Pattillo W P 

Trinity ave ends, 
183 (175) WatkinsH B 
187 (179) Brady TB 

Capitol ave intersects. 
213 (201) Dunlap J B 

217 (205) Fitzgibbon Thos , 

218 Lambert J 
221 (209) Swords Mrs T H 
227 (217) Gusse Dominick 
229 (219) Smith Mrs N A 
231 Millner G R 

233 (221) Harwell W D 

Fraser intersects, 

234 Baldwin J C 

236 Roughton J F 
Snyder & McAdams 

237 (223) Buchanan A J 
250 (236) Brown J 
253 (241) Jester W R 
259 (243) Monaghan J B 
263 (247) Hollis R W 






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FAIR— Cont'd 

267 (249) Vignaux B 

268 (250) Smith E 

Terr^ inter secU. 

269 Vacant 

271 Vacant 

272 Huckaby G S 

275 Vacant 

276 Donehoo A 

278 Vacant 

279 (265) Sullivan Mrs E 

280 Bellinger A 

283 (267) Ickes Mrs F M 

284 (266) Wrigley J A 

285 (269) Muller F L 

286 (268) Johnson C P • 
290 (272) Gray M W 

Martin intersects. 

293 (273) Greene Mrs L J 

294 (276) McHan C H 
297 (283) McCord A F 

301 (285) Thompson Mrs R M 

302 (284) Barfield T J 
305 (289) Massa H A 
308 (290) Sawyer Mrs E 

310 (292) Asbury C W 

311 (293) Leach J P 

314 (294) Cook Miss E E 

315 (295) Wooten E L 
218 {296) Acker EH 
319 (299) Walraven A J 

322 (298) Blackstock J 

323 (301) Warren Mrs S H 

King intersects. 

327 (305) Green F L 
329 (309) Vacant 
331 (311) Baker J M 
337 (315) Brown A J 



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341 (317) Fowler J G 

Connolly commences. 
347 (323) Marshall Mrs M A 
351 (325) Garvey P A 
354 (326) Johnson Mrs A 
358 Christian W C D 
368 (328) Spinks H D 
Fair Street School 
Kelly commences. 
373 (329) Moore Mrs A G 
377 (331) ^avis W Z ^ 
381 (333) Cleaves Mrs M A 
385 (355) Underwood M L 
388 (360) Jones Mrs S J 

Hill intersects. 
413 (369) McCandless Wm 

416 (370) Smith Dora, c 

417 (371) Smith Mrs C A 

418 (372) Parker J W 
420 (372) Martin R T & Co 

Fort commences. 
426 (412) Gordon C p 
Gates R B 

429 (415) Armistead J C 

430 (414) Smith S D 

434 (416) Hunt W F 

435 (417) Frizzell W H 
439 White Mrs Emma 

442 (420) Holland W H • 

443 (425) Collier T E 

Harden commences. 
466 Vacant 1 

447 (429) McWaters J F 
450 (424) Vacant 

452 (426^ Henderson R J 

453 (431) Klapper E H - 

455 (433) Stick j G * 

456 (428) Pate J E 

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FAIR— Cont'd 

1 Grant intersects. 

Stowers W H 
457 (435) Tames Mrs C E 
459 (437) West R M 
467 (433) PuckettJH 
469 (433) White C E 

473 (435) Plummer Miss S S 

474 (434) Cunningham Mrg E 
477 (439) Webb R H 

George ends. 
480 (438) Williams Dock, c 

484 (444) Turner Sam, c 

485 (445) Prince Annie, c 

486 (445) Anderson S, c 

487 (445) Billups Wm, c 

488 Pugh Charles, c 

490 (442) Reese Wesley, c 
492 (446) Scott Chas, c 

Stokes Gus, c 
495 (447) Patton Samuel, c 

Gullatt intersects. 
499 (449) Sloan Henry, c 
497 (447) Houston Margaret, 
Thom/is commences. 
Wood commences. 
555 Lambert Mrs A 

S. Boulevard intersects. 
650 Brownlee & Garner 
657 Word Mrs EH 
661 (449) Harrison A F 

663 (344) Mealor W P 

664 (346)r Walker D 

Berean ave intersects. 
697 (556) McGee J W 

GOING WEST. 

S. Forsyth intersects. 
27 (17) Klatt E W 



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Whiskey, Wines & Cigars ^^ 

11 and IB MitcheU and 78 and 80 % 

Broad Streets. 

Telephone 420. 



33 (19) Brooks J M 

37 (21) Kroeg C W 

38 (22) Schiflf F 
41 (23) Sartorius Jacob 
45 Jones & Collins 

47 (25) Goldsmith S 

48 (26) Vinton R H 

50 (38) Glover J W 

51 (27) Barnes W T 

52 New house 
56 (44) Weiss Wm 
58 (48) Edwards Mrs L 

C R R intersects. 

ETV&GRRintersecU. 

, Peters intersects. 

Bradbury ends. 

(6) Alexander Louis, c 

103 (93) Vacant ; 

104 Wilson John C 

108 (94) Waits Andrew M 

112 (96) Todd A F 

114 (98) McDonald Samuel A 

Walker intersects. 
133 (117) Adams James A 

139 (123) Johnson Jerry P 

140 White Francis O ! 

145 (127) Masseling Mrs Louise 

146 (128) Cook Issachar J 

147 Johnson Miss S B | 
151 (131) Lea Augustus T 

156 (140) Smith Mrs Lula 

157 (141) Klasset Charles 

161 (145) Vacant 

162 Floyd John 

165 ^147) Vacant 

166 (144) McManaman Ed F 

167 Rasbury Wm H j 

Chapel intersects. 




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FAIR— Cont'd 
175 Gossett J H 
181 Alridge P 
154 Peyton Nebo, c 

185 McCrary John 

186 Powell »George, c 

188 (164) Wesley John, c 

189 (169) Vacant 

192 (168) Wilson Floyd, c 

195 Schell W A 

196 (172) Smith W B 

Bailey commences. 
200 (174) Daniels W H 
202 (182) Brown James 

206 (184) Farr J B 

207 (191) Hayden M C 
210 (186) Simpson F M 

215 (195) Edge C 

216 (190) Johnson MW 

Walnut commences. 
218 (194) Wallace Chpl (Presby) 

222 (198) Mylius G J 

223 (197) Poole G W 

227 (213) Chandler J E 

228 (202) Sigman GP 

232 (206) Pitt F W 

233 (^15) Smith Alexander 

236 (^10) Garrow Geo 

237 (217) Whittaker J H 
239 (219) Smith E E 

243 (221) Crumbley J A 

244 (220) McDaniel Mrs F E 

246 ^222) Barnes L P 

247 (^23) Jones W R 
250 (224) Shaw J L 

Vine commences. 

254 (226) Butler R E 

255 (229) Elder Mrs M R 



258 (228) Pitman W H 

259 (233) Ellison OF 

262 (230) Hall J R 

263 (235) Shields Thomas 

266 (232) Gossett J H 

267 (241) Marible L, c 

268 (242) Horn E, c 

271 (245) Hunter Arthur 

272 (246) Simpson Mrs Mary 
275 {247) James George, c 

Elm commences. 
284 (252) McClellan Mrs L E 
286 McClellan Mrs L E 
288 (254) Vacant 

Roaxik ends. 

313 (253) Cook T C 

314 Brown G F, ^ 
321 (259) Slater A J 

325 (261) Bradley J F 

326 Martin S, c 

Lawshe ends. 

327 (263) Bowen Caroline 
359 (277) Beaver J L 
293 (251) Bell L B, ^ 

297 Vacant i 

303 (252) Henshaw Mack, c 

309 (252^) Vacant 

Atlanta Baptist Seminary 

FAIRLIE, from Marietta n e 
to Church, i e of Cone, 
*.Wards 5 and 6 

Walton intersects. 
26 Phillips Harry 
33 (33) Speer E A 

Poplar intersects. 
iMclde intersects. 
(50) Lawshe P F 



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FAIRLIE— Cont'd 
60 Kirby Edwin E 

(63) Reed Wallace P 
64 Morrison Thomas 

67 (63) Dykeman G N 

James intersects. 

68 Vacant 

69 (65) Rosenberg Herman 

71 (67) Vacant 

72 Biggers Gustavus 

73 (69) DuPre Charles W 
77 Ostendorf Mrs A 

ChurcJi intersects. 



FIFTH AVENUE, from Bell e 
to Fort, I n of Gilmec 

4 Whitehead J F 

5 Hobbs W F 

6 Grant J F 

7 Butler B G 

8 Thurman M F 

11 Smith D 

12 Harris S 

13 Shuerman L 

14 McKelvey James H 

FIFTH, from Peachtree e to 
Fort and w to Cherry at limits. 

FILMORE, now called Gilmer, 
of which it is a continuation. 



FITZGERALD, from Decatur 
n to Edgewood ave, i w of 
Boulevard, Ward 4. 
10 Reeves T 
12 (2) Minhennett A C 
16 Hamilton G L 
Todd ends. 



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Raisiig aid mowing luildiiii, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special Fncllitlei 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 844. 21H E- Alabama 



20 Pry sock M J 
20 (5) Wells Lillius L 
24 Dougherty M E 
26 Barrow T J 

32 Blackmon T J 

33 (22) Johnson A J 

36 (23) Massey W S 

37 Ham brick A J 
40 (25) Mims J P 

GartreU intersects. 

62 Vacant 

63 Holmes R 

64 Vacant 
66 Nash D W , 

Chamberlin intersects. 



FLAT SHOALS Road from S 
Boulevard s e, 3 s of E Fair. 

FLETCHER, from Humphries 
e 6 s of Georgia ave. (Pitts- 
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FORMWALT, from Whitehall 
s to limits, I w of Pryor, 
Ward 2. , 

13 (17) Reich Rev Leo ' 

14 (12) Christian J E 

Fair intersects. 

17 (19) Higbee Miss S B 

18 (18) Mount I B 

22 (20) Jacobus J A 

23 (25) King J W 

26 (22) Barron T J 

27 (31) Thomas WH 

30 (24) Crawford John 

31 Shivers Paul, c 
33 (37) Kaufmann David 



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FORMWALT— Cont'd 
34 (26) Leiter Jake 

37 (39) Leers Abraham 
Saloshin Louis 

38 (28) Tommey A P 

44 (46) McClendon R W 

Woodward ave intersects. 
48 Vacant 

52 (54) Murphy John E 
58 (60) Vacant 
61 (63) Cooper J A 

64 (64) Forsyth Wm G 

65 (73) Wathan Mrs Ella 

67 (75) Johnson Mrs M A 

68 (74) Thornton Dr J A 

Rawson intersects. 
98 Rawson E E 
104 Kilby P P 

Eugenia intersects. 
118 (100) Kerr Miss Essie 
122 (104) Lukenbell Mrs E A 
126 (106) Dailey S E 

129 (137) Bird Foster, c 

130 (108) Vacant 
133 Weems Ben, c 

FuiUm commences. 
153 Richter Mrs A 
166 Pry or Tom, c 

Richardson intersects. 

205 Battle London, c 

206 (300) Bruchmann A 
213 Battle Linton, c 

Crumley intersects. 
222 Dunn A L 
226 (304) Houston W W 
238 (306) Kidd John R 

241 (309) Stiles Dr S W 

242 Moon Z B 



246 (310) Sawtell LP* 

249 Slaughter Bradley 

250 (312) Young Fred H 

251 Peyton W R 

252 (314) Durham D P 
256 (316) Davis J C 

Glenn intersects. 
259 (319) Doonan John J 
267 (327) Steiner John 
271 (329) Confer S H 
273 (305) Brady Mike 

279 (307) Barnes Richard 

280 (308) Branen Mrs Kitty 
Chambers J T 

284 (310) Wiggins J S 

Georgia ave intersects. 
300 (324) McGee Mrs I A 
304 (326) Sullivan James T 
306 (328) Mason J M 
311 (327) Sawtell H C 
Bass intersects. 

Hamm Ed 

Wynne Mrs Julia E 

Hooks B C 

Vacant 

Dunlap W H ^ 

George J A 

Knight Jas E 

Vacant 

(350) Taylor John N 

(404) Andruss E S 

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FOREST AVE— Cont'd 
23 (23) Nicolson G A 

33 (27) Glenn J T 

34 (3d) Martin M T 
Courtland ave intersects. 

40 (36) Crumley W M 
45 (45) Boylston Henry 
48 (42) Scales H P 

53 (47) Crenshaw W T 

54 Vacant 

58 (52) Newman WT 
61 (53) Brosius J M 

64 (56) Holliday G H 

65 (57) Green J M 
71 (63) Riley ES 

75 (65) McCartyJ D 

76 (66) Holliday J S 
79 (67) Fain WL 

Piedmont ave intersects. 

83 (69) Jones Dr W L 

86 Hancock F G 

93 Vacant 
100 (82) Daniel C J 
loi Fisher HE. 

104 Vacant 

105 (85) Toy R B 
124 Simon A, c 
132 Boynton Elnathan 
160 Fitzgibbon J 
164 Colvin R L 

J* 168 Silvey Jerome 

Fort intersects, 
185 Williams J E 
195 Richardson F H 
213 Billup R, c 
215 Harris A, c 
228 Hester R L 
230 Dozier LA 



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WHOLESALE ARO KKTAIL 

JEWELERS. 

Largest Stock, Lowest Prices. 



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READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Lead,l-CoatC&rria^ Pai&t8,&c 

Factory, 375 Decatur Suvet. 

Office 56-58 Marietta Street. 



Summit ave intersects. 
239 Allen F L 
250 Ginn E Y 
253. Wey H B 
256 (146) Askew W S 
258 Peters T 
261 (149) Brazil Mrs H 



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1-3 Fain W L 

2 (23) Morris Nelson & Co 

4 (21) Carlton & Smith 

5 (20) Atlanta Beef Co 

6 Montgomery W A 
H (i7i) Foote Abe & Bro 

7 (18) Barnes J J , 

8 (17) Vacant 

9 (16) Ladd A C Lime Co 
10 (15) Boynton G H 
Ti (12) Sheek & Co 
ii| (loj) Taylor & Malthews 
12 (11) Snow H Y 

j 13 (10) McDonald Bros 
I 14 (9) Dimmock & Wallace 
^ 18 (7) Pause T R , 

Marietta intersects. \ 
U S Custom House 
29 Massa E A 
34 (10) Hotel Weinmeister 
37 Troy Steam Laundry. 
40 Grant & Alvarez 
40^(16^) Dozier A W 

Walton intersects. 
49 (23) Reynolds B A 



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SADDLES AND HARNESS 

9 Nootb Broad St., 
See Page 58. A'lXAKTA, OA. 

FORSYTH— Cont'd 
Foote C L 

54 (26) Westmoreland R W 

55 (33) Pinckard F L 

Poplar intersects. 
57 (31) Woodward A P 

61 (33) Winter A L 

62 (34) Askew James 
64 (36) Parker M G 

66 (38) Hardon V O 

67 (39) Flanders L C 

70 (42) Orme F H 

71 (41) Phillips M S 

I/acJde intersects. 
74 Boyd W W 
82 Schaffner ^Irs M D 
86 Krouse Harry 

James intersects. 
91 (63) Beaty & Davis 
94 (66) Ezzard W L 
98 (68) Holcombe W H 
loi Currington A 
102 Burns James 

Chti/rch intersects. 
106 Monnish W A 
108 Gregg J R & Co 

GOING SOUTH. 

W & A R R Offices 
Railroad intersects. 
Alabama intersects. 

21 Vacant 

25-27 Ashley H P 

29 Baum-Driver Novelty Wks 

30 (54) Akers F P H 

33 Irby G H Horseshoeing Co 
35 Stephens Catherine, c 
37 (59) Cowley & Walker 
- 39 Anderson, Wylie & Jones 



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Hunter intersects. 
51 (73) Hartman Mfg Co 
55 (75) Russell & Co 
57 Vacant 

59 Vacant 
59i01iver L H 

60 (78) Bowyer & Ray 

61 (81) Malsby & Avery 
62jBussey Mrs Annie 

66 Piedmont Eng & Mach Co 
68 Salvation Army Barraqks 
70 (84) Birdsall Co The 
Sou Saw Mfg Co 
Mitchell intersects. 

84 (102) Williams E E 

85 (115) Akers J S 

90 (104) Seitzinger T F 

92 (no) Estes Bros 

94^ Vacant 

96 (114) Vacant 

98-100 (114-116) Atl Wooden- 
ware Co 
loi (117) Inman S M 
102 (118) Wynne C W 
104 (120) Davis W P 
Atl Slate Works 
106 Bryan J P 
108 Ardmore The 
no Vacant j 
112 Vacant 

Trinity ave intersects. 
114 (128) Cotton J W 

117 (135) Williams J H 

118 (132) Vacant 
122 (136) Vacant • 

126 (138) Cohron Rev Joseph 
129 (141) Jones Isabella, c 

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133 (145) Rabinovitz Fred 
46) Estes Joshua 
50) Chapman Mrs t) C 
, 49) Wilson W H 
(151) Brown Ernest 

52) Burnett C C 
German Lutheran church 
Gamett intersects. 
48 (158) Hirschfeld J W 
51 (161) Meed Oscar, c 
55 -(165) Smith Carrie, c 
58 (170) Sloman S J 

60 (172) Marks Jacob 

61 (169) Wolfe Henry 
6^ (171) McPherson J F 
64 (174) Vacant 

68 (176) Schoen Louis 

69 (175) Crankshaw H & Co 
72 (180) Bowen J C 
76 (182) Wood A A 
78 (184) Teitlebaum Morris 
80 Vacant 
82 (188) Strauss David 

Brotherton intersects. 

84 (190) King D E 

86 (192) Hetzel Mrs 

87 (193) Bach Mrs H D 

88 (194) Hirsch Morris 
91 (197) Nally Martin 
94 (198) Hirsch Henry 
97 (199) Few J M 

[98 (202) Hirsch Joseph • 
[99 Allison J G 

201 Shulhafer A E 

202 (206) Haas Aaron 
205 Israel A 

Castleberry commences. 



MEMPH 

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98 WHITEHALL STREET. 

See Page 57. 




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210 (206) Guthman Isaac 
210 (214) Eichberg J T 

213 (215) Franklin Max 

214 (218) Tipp G H 

220 Vacant 

221 Steinau Louis 

222 Cohen Levi r 

Fair intersects. 
227 (225) Lindsey G B 
235 (229) Brotherton W H 
239 (235) Belsinger Mrs R 



FORT, from Decatur n to limits. 
Wards 3 and 4. 
3-1 1 Trowbridge Furn Co 
10 Ambrose S, c 

Gilmer ends, " 
29 Combs C, ^ i 
31 Kelsey R, r j 

33 Douglass M, ^ : 

34 Holmes M, r i 

35 Blake Silas, c \ 

37 Baptist Church, c 

38 Fenneman H 
44 Bryan R L 

Sckofield intersects. 

54 Wilson E, c I 

55 (57) Keith Wm, r "^ , 
59 Flood S, r - 
61 Holcomb F, c \ 
65 Davenport G, rl • 
67 Seale J - 

Fain intersects. 
69 Lippman G H 
71 Carr M, c 
75 Cass C H 

78 McLendon J S 

79 Mashburn J N 



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64 ^64) Forsyth \\i.i/i 

65 (7,;) N\a!han Mrs Kll.i 

67 (75) j<»hnsr)n Mrs M \ 

68 (74) Ihorntnn I >r I \ 

98 KawMMi K K 
104 Kill.y !• V 

1 1« (100) Kerr Miss Ksmc 
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129 ( i|7) Hir<i hosier. . 
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166 Pryor Tom. - 

205 Battle London, • 

206 (.^00) KriK hmann A 
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22a Dunn A 1. 

226 (304) Houston NV \V 

»38 (306) Ki(iil John K 

241 (3C9) Stiles Dr »^ W 

242 Moon Z B 



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115 Harrifi A, /- 
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11 (I?) Shrrk A: Co 

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13 (10) Ml ilfinald HriM 

14 (9) IHrnmcNk k WalUi r 
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29 MajiM K A 
34 (10) Hotel Weinmeiiter 
37 Troy Steam Ijiundry. 
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MANUFACTIRKR OF HOMK-MADK 

SADDLES AND HARNESS 

9 Nonth Broad St., 



See Page 58. 



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FORSYTH— Cont'd 
Foote C L 

54 (26) Westmoreland R W 

55 {33) Pinckard F L 

Poplar inter.M'cU. 
57 (3^) Woodward A P 

61 (33) Winter A L 

62 (34) Askew James 
64 (36) Parker M G 

66 (38) Harden V O 

67 (39) Flanders L C 

70 (42) Qrme F H 

71 (41) Phillips M S 

Lnckie intersect. 
74 Boyd W W 
82 Schaffner Mrs M D 
86 Krouse Harry 

James intersecU. 
91 (63) Beaty & Davis 
94 (66) Ezzard W L 
98 (68) Holcombe W H 
loi Currington A 
102 Burns James 

Church intersects. 
106 Monnish W A 
108 Gregg J R & Co 

GOING SOUTH. 

W^ & A R R Offices 
Railroad intersects. 
Alabama intersects. 

21 Vacant 

25-27 Ashley H P 

29 Baum-Driver Novelty Wks 

30 (54) Akers F P H 

33 Irby G H Horseshoeing Co 
35 Stephens Catherine, c 
37 (59) Cowley & Walker 
39 Anderson, Wylie & Jones 



45 Sanders John W 

Hunter intersect^. 
51 (73) Hartman Mfg Co 
55 (75) Russell cV^ Co 
57 Vacant 
59 Vacant 
59i01iver L H 
6o"(78) Bowyer & Ray 
61 (81) Alalsby & Avery 
62^Bussey Mrs Annie 
66"Piedmont Eng & Mach Co 
68 Salvation Army Barracks 
70 (84) Birdsall Co The 
Sou Saw Mfg Co 
Mitchell intersects. 

84 (102) Williams E E 

85 (115) Akers J S 

90 (104) Seitzinger T F 

92 (no) Estes Bros 

94 Vacant 

96 (114) Vacant 

98-100 (114- 1 16) Atl Wooden- 
ware Co 
loi (117) Inman S M 
T02 (118) Wynne C W 
104 (120) Davis W P 
Atl Slate Works 
106 Bryan J P 
108 Ardmore The 
no Vacant 
112 Vacant 

Trinity are intersects. 
114 (128) Cotton J W 

117 (135) Williams J H 

118 (132) Vacant 
122 (136) Vacant 

126 (138) Cohron Rev Joseph 
129 (141) Jones Isabella, c 



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FORSYTH— Cont'd 

133 (H5) Rabinovitz Fred 

134 (146) Estes Joshua 

138 (150) Chapman Mrs I) C 

139 (149) W^ilson W H 

143 (151) Brown Ernest 

144 (152) Burnett C C 
German Lutheran church 

Garnett i)itersects. 
48 (158) Hirschfeld J W 
51 (161) Meed Oscar, c 
55 ^165) Smith Carrie, r 
58 (170) Sloman S J 

60 (172) Marks Jacob 

61 (169) Wolfe Henry 

63 (171) McPherson J F 

64 (174) Vacant 

68 (176) Schoen Louis 

69 (175) Crankshaw H & Co 
72 (180) Bowen J C 
76 (182) Wood A A 
78 (184) Teitlebaum Morris 
80 Vacant 
82 (188) Strauss David 

Brotherton intersect^. 
84 (190) King D E 

86 (192) Hetzel Mrs 

87 (193) Bach Mrs H D 

88 (194) Hirsch Nlorris 
91 (197) Nally Martin 
94 (198) Hirsch Henry 

97 (199) Few J M 

98 (202) Hirsch Joseph 

99 Allison J Ct 

201 Shulhafer A E 

202 (206) Haas Aaron 
205 Israel A 

Ca^tleberrij coinmencts. 



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98 WHITEHALL STKEET. 

See Page 57. 




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OVERTON & DUNN, 

DOMESTIC WfiLa 
LOW^EST PRICES, 

210 (206) Guthman Isaac 
210 (214) Eichberg J T 

213 (215) Franklin Max 

214 (218) Tipp G H 
Vacant 
Steinau Louis 
Cohen Levi 

Fair intersectj<. 
(225). Lindsey G B 
235 (229) Brotherton W H 
239 (235) Belsinger Mrs R 



220 
221 
222 

227 



FORT, from Decatur n to limits. 
Wards 3 and 4. 
3-1 1 Trowbridge Furn Co 
10 Ambrose S, r 

Gilmer encl'<. 
2g Combs C, c 
31 Kelsey R, r 

33 Douglass M, c 

34 Holmes M, r 

35 Blake SilaS, c 

37 Baptist Church, c 
•38 Fenneman H 
44 Bryan R L 

Schofield intersects. 

54 Wilson E, c 

55 (57) Keith Wm, c 
59 Flood S, c 

61 Holcomb F, c 
65 Davenport G, <r 
67 Scale J 

Fain intersects. 
69 Lippman G H 
^71 Carr M, r 
75 Cass C H I 

78 McLendon J S 

79 Mashburn J N 



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Plill Supplies 

MOmERV and TOOLS. 

Wrought iron Pipe, 

Fittings a&d Brass Oools. 



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FORT— Cont'd 
83 Weal I AV 

92 Mann J, ^ 

93 Tanner E 

94 Calloway J, < 

Tanner cominemuK. 
04 (98) Kimball P 
08 (100) Anderson Floyd 
14 (i 10) Walton H. c 
18 Tanner Irvin, c 

20 (112) Peek B, c 
Edgewooil ave 'uttfrsect.^. 

21 (114) Sistrunk Cynthia, r 

23 Bell Isaac, r 

24 Vacant 

26 (6) Grant Sarah, r 
28 Vacant 

32 (130) Magruder Edna, i 
Rasberry al emh. 

38 (200) Griffin A, <• 

39 (131) Davis Miss Anna 

40 Miller Andrew, r 
42 Starnes R A 

45 Nolan Emanuel, c 
Wheat intersect.'*. 
58 Fulton County St R R shed 
62 (156) Lee Nelson, (■ 
Old Wheat jn/^r.svrfs. 

64 Sanson Lucy, c 
(158) Finks Julia 

65 (159) Hill Joanna, c 

68 (163) Davis Milicent, r 

69 (165) Moore Cieorge, c 

70 Campbell Lura, c 

Green en(h. 
75 (171) Betts Wm R. c- 

72 {168} Hill Celia, r 

73 Tellis Henry, c 



74 Coles Ida, c 
78 Moore Jerry, i' 



79 (»73 

80 (174 

82 (169 

«3 (175 

84 (169 

85 (175 

86 (176 



Pierce Delia, r 
Hugeley P, c 
Williams Peter, r 
Wadley Henry, r 
Maddox J T, r 
Nesbitt Sthephen, 
4Cing J R, r 



87 Gates Wm, i 

88 (173) Stephen Sam, i- 

89 Hall Henry, c 

90 (175) Wyatt Ruth, i' 
92 (177) Brown Dorothy, r 
94 Clayton Lucy 

Irmn commence'^. 
Hon!<ton intersects. 

207 Reese HO 

208 (190) Davis H, I' 
Austin Wm, c 

Ellis intersects. 

214 (200) Clower J E 

215 (205) Wimbish C C, r 
219 (207) Wimbush Henry, c 

223 (2C9) Banks Mary, c 

224 (214) Cody Milicent, c 

227 (213) Rayns J M, c 

228 (214) Combs J'acob, c 

229 (215) Zachary Frank, <■ 
233 (217) Beasley A E, t* 

235 (219) Ryan J M. c 

236 (218) McHenry Jackson, c 

238 (220) Jones Steve, r 

239 (221) White H J, c 

242 (222) Curry Henrietta, r 

243 (223) Menenfee Lev, r 

244 (224) Josie Robert, i 

Cain intersects. 

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Jellico, Lump, Steam and 
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255 (225) Dupree H, r 
259 Smith B C, r 
261 Person Ed, r 

Parks ends. 
264 Wiggins H, c 

267 (231) Curmgton A, r 

268 (240) Brown A, c 

269 Norris M, r 4 
273 Scott P, c 

2'j'j Foster J, c 

Wihon commence^^. 
283 Benton N, c 

Harr'is ends. 
284 Clower W L 
292 Donehoo M B 
294 Metcalf J A 

Highland ave commences. 
298 Collier J M 

300 (276) Johnson W, c 

301 Humphry W D, c 
304 (278) Hill Maria, c 
308 (280) Lee W, r 
311 Edwards A, c 

3T2 (282) HolcombT H, c 

Baker ends. 
313 Clark G, c 
315 Lay D, ^ 
319 Dennis Rev H C, c 
323 (289) Stewart T, c 
327 Chappel H, c 

335 (303) Luckv M^, c 
337 Toombs l^c 
339 Moreton Ed, r 
341 Williams H J D, r 

346 (312) Morris J. c 

347 Williams W, c 
351 Bonner R, c 

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Whiskey, Wines & Cigars 

11 and l:} Mitcht-ll and 78 and 80 
Broa Streets. 

Telephone 4-20. 

Forest ave intersects. 
392 Templeton C 

Currier intersects. 
451 Woolfold L, c 
453 Clayton A, c 

Pine intersects. 
506 Coogler J T 
510 Vacant 
514 Langan C B 
524 Cloyde S A 

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Fromson Isaac 

Shelton S A 

McKergin Wm 

White John . 

^ Duncan E B i 

^ Ypung J L 

Fievet Mrs Fransoisa 

Lyle R Y 
^^ Smith EC . 

Jones Kenrick 

Peacock J D 
•- Priniup C T 

Reese John, c 
^ Lynch James, c ] 

Kerr Mrs ME | 

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27 Williams D L 
^^ Evans R, c 
34 Murden W M, <• 
36 Nelson L, i 
40 Walker B, i- 

43 Maddox J W 

44 Jackson W, r 

46 Woods T 

47 Harris H D 

50 Daniel H 

FOUNDRY, from Luckie to W 
& A R R, Ward 5. then w to 
limits dividing Wards i and 5 
18 Smith F E 

W d' A R R liiiersfctfi. 
Winship Machine Works 

51 (23) Weinmeister Henry 

52 (24) Clary G W 

Huhey emh. 
Elliott intersect'<. 
69 Wilson W E 

71 (43) Ortwein Herman 

72 (44) Straub A 

73 (45) Hutchlns R H 

75 (47) E-^wards W S 

Smith R T 

76 (48) Ehlers Augustus L 
79 (51) Webb A 

Morris W O 

82 (54) Miller Mrs Lough 

83 Vacant 

85 (57) Couch E F 

86 (58) Bosche R C 

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89 (61) Wilson R T W 

90 (62) Fisher George 



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92 (64) Aids H M 

93 (65) Vacant 

95 (^5) Drennon Charles 

96 (66) Wilby John 

97 (69) Booth Samson 
99 (69) Smith J J 

GO (70) Widdersheim B J 

Beauchamp W J 
01 (73) Thomas Henry, i 

03 (73) Edwards George, f 

04 (74) Holland Mary, c 

05 (77) Mitchell Catherine, r 
07 (77) Parham John H, t- 

10 (80) Redd Duncan, i 

11 (81) Myers W R 

12 (82) Echols Abraham, r 

15 (85) Hull G S 

16 (86) Hammett J J 

Maiigum inter!iect:<. 
21 (93) Bellow John, c 
23 (93) Hence George, r 
25 (95) Pay ton Emery, r 
27 (97) Wingfield Daniel, <• 
29 (loi) Glynn Frank, c 
31 (loi) Thomson Angeline, r 
40 Burks Nancy, f 
42 (155) Moses Joseph, r 
48 Johnson W R 

Haines uitersects. 
50 Williams David, r 
52 Chapman Lottie, r 
54 (loi) VanH^Allie, c 
56 (103) Ballinger James, c 
58 (105) Hatcher Cicero, ^ 
^3 (^33) Farker Mrs S E 
65 {'^33) Ross Mrs Elizabeth 
Davis intersects. 



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l 22 Kimball Hoose, Decatnr 8t. Telephone 72. 



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FOUNDRY— Cont'd 

190 (156) McNeal Seaborn, c 

191 (157) Webb J L 

193 (159) Lewis Mrs E G 

194 (160) Phelps Squire, c 

197 (161) Glenn J R 
Phillips W H 
Boutell G H 

198 (162) Ragland Henry, c 
Key Jeff, c 

201 (165) Ponder T J 
205 (169) Johnson VVm 

209 (173) Crim W M 

210 (174) Speairs Mrs E J 

Lowe intersects. 
216 (175) Miller J J 
222 (180) Haney Mrs A R 
226 (182) Key W D 
228 (184) Close Henry 
234 (186) Caraway S W I) 
Maple intersects. 

237 Vacant 

238 (188) Woodall R D 
240 (190) Parker W R 

244 (192) Goodman Mrs A V 

245 (210) Merten Alice, c 

246 (194) Wood B F 

247 (215) Ogletree B, i 
250 (214) Rivers J S 

252 (214) Sullivan Robert, r 

254 (222) Head Mattie, c 

Walnid interi<ects. 

Vine intersects. 

Sunset ave intersects. 

Grranger intersect^. 

Oiestmit intersects. 



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HEADQUARTERS FOR 

STAMPS, OTAMP 

TENCILS, AHb \ ■™/,_^ 
EALS, OUPPLIES. 

32K South Broad Street. 



PIM & TAYLOR 



—CONTRACTORS IN- 



Raising and Rloving Buildings, 

Brick or Frajne Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special F^-cililies 

for Mov ? Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 04.4. 21>^ £. Alabama. 



FOURTH, from W Peachtree 
e to Fort and w to Plum, i 
bey old limits. 



FOWLER, from Simpson n. 
e of Luckie, Ward 5. 
9 (5) Edleman F J 
13 (7) Lee J F 
15 Brewer W D 

Powers ends. 
19 (11) Morris Bernard 

23 (13) Pharr T E 

24 Robinson Harrison, 

Alexander intersects. 
45 (7) Williams Benjamin 

Mills intersects. 
57 (9) Williams Mrs L M 

60 (10) Duncan Cicero 

61 (11) Puckett Rev Hastings 
63 Poor L F 

66 (12) Guest W T I 

70 (14) Bankston Mrs F 

74 (16) Cooper J A 

78 (18) Mullens W R 
Hunnicutt intersects,. 

92 (38) Payne O P 

96 (40) Crute C T 
100 Cook Mrs Mattie 
104 McDonald J H P 

107 Warner Mrs Lurama 

108 Holt R J 

Pine intersects. 
124 (44) Thompson H A 
128 (46) NorniPn J W 
^33 (51) McConnell Lincoln 
134 (50) Young P A I 

137 (53) Chambers E J j 

138 (52) Thurman Eugede 



Hunnicult & Bellingrath CoJw^iM^']f^fe^°co^•^i 



02 and 64 Peachtree Street. v Stoves 



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888 MARIETTA ST. 
Telephone 832. 



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Clothiers i Hatters, 

Old No.. 17 and 19 Whitehall Street. 
New No., 15 and 17. 

FOWLER— Cont'd 

141 (55) Roper Beverly 

142 (54) Davis V W ;■ 
J MerritU ave hifersects.: 

■ '": Gre:iham intersecU. ; 
171 Hall F A 

175 Cooper J A j 

176 Quinn T H 

178 (22) Moncrief D S 

179 Kemp R M 

180 Vacant 

182 (26) Cornett B M 

183 (25) Rutledge Mrs Jane ' 

184 Barron Alexander 

185 Roper W H 
187 Anderson T J 

191 (27) Jourdan Mrs Aurelia 
First Baptist Mission 

FRAZER, from Hunter at But- 
ler s to limits, I e of Capitol, 
Ward 3. 
5 Toal M, i- 
9 Hight R, r 

15 Moore H, <• 

fO Cummings H, c 

21 Moutrie M, c 

24 Thomas Horace, c 

25 Abrahams R, t 
29 Campbell J 

30(32) Thompson & Ivey 
35 Ballard L, c 
34-36 Fulton Co Jail 
Fair infertfects. 
51 (49) McCraney Mrs V E 
55 (51) Watson W A 

57 (55) Craft H T 

58 (54) Martin J F 



61 (57) Duffy James 

62 (58) Chapman W H 

65 (63) Bonnell W A' 

66 (62) Dodge R P 

68 (64) Henderson John 

69 (65) Laird L J 

70 (641^) Dobbs W^ J 

74 (66)" Rothwell Mrs D 
76 (68) Lee H C 
78 (70) Anderson G 

Woodward ave intersect^*, 
82 Battle A F, i 

91 (89) Fisher Rev C O, r 

92 (90) Houghton Mrs R 

93 (91) Goodlett James, r 
95 (93) Mii^''S Samuel, ^ 
97 (97) Hopkins Haley, t' 

10 1 (99) Smith Alex, r 

104 Perry P, r 

109 (107) Davis Lucius, <■ 

no Long A, r 

114 Varner D, c 

Bau'son inter>iects. 
116 (114) Duffy TW and J H 
118 White DO 
120 (114) Conner J M 
122 (120) Goza D C 

125 (123) Duffy Mrs J 

126 (124) Garrett W M 

127 (125) McDaniel L H 

129 (127) Hall G W 

130 White M M 

131 (129) Mullane M J 

133 (131) MuUer L H 

134 Duffy J H 

135 (133) ^lead D C 

137 (135) Seidel Bruno 

138 (136) Grimes J, c 

'PHONE 657. I 

MELONE, CANTEY & RAWSON, 

{enM Insurance (gents 

Fire, JAfe* A.caiclent and 
Plate Glass, 

14 S. Broad Street. ATLANTA, GA. 



CAIITUrny nri TIMP C^f\ ( ^he Largest Manufacturers of 

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41 (141) Wright Andrew, c 

42 (140) Watts A, c 
45 Short James, c 
48 (144) Watts A, I- 

Clarke inten^ecU. 
52 (161) Beatie L J, r 

55 ('59) W'alker Dennis, c 

56 (166) Grant A, r 

57 (161) Hull Wiley, r 

58 Bethlehem Church, f 

61 (163) Thomas Shed, c 

62 Strong A L, r , 

63 (165) Northington John, c 

64 Strong A L, r 

Solomon vommetice^. 
68 (170) Hill Wm, c 
70 (172) Johnson A W, c 
72 (174) Sims K, c 
74 (176) Howard M, c 

76 Houston S, c 

77 (179) Lofton Dock, c 

78 (180) Smith A, c 
80 Davis L C, r 

Fulton intersects. 
82 Hackett H, c 
84 (190) Jenkins L, <* 

88 (192) Hardy A, r 

89 Brown Wm, c 

91 Burdell Fayette, c- 
<)2 Carr J, c 

93 Jones Mary, c 

94 Bonner J, c 

95 (203) Read Oscar, c 

96 Brown J, c 

98 Hargrove E, c 

Hammock Place commohces. 
199 (205) McAllister Mrs E J 



HA.L.DELKIN&CO. 

69 WHITEHALL STREET, 

WHOLESAi.K /ID .tETAIL 

JEWELERS. 

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TRIPOD PAINT CO., 

6Q-58 N4 arietta Street. 

200 (206) Wallace J, 

201 (207) White J T 

Rwhardiion intersects. 
214 (220) McAvoy A, r 
216 Plunkett J E | 
220 (226) Gleeson Wm 
224 (230) Duncan J W 
228 (232) Roland F, ■ 
230 (234) Young G, t 

Richmond commences. 
236 Hooper A, c 
238 Hooper B F 
244 (246) Van Stavoren J H 
Crumley interseets. 

247 (253) Smith H N 

248 (254) Vacant 

251 Boone Amanda, 

252 (256) Burk DG 

253 (259) Bell Thomas, c 

255 (261) Harvey Eliza, c 

256 (258) Harlin D L 

257 Ardeman Pompey, f 

258 (264) Malone G W 

259 Lockhart Albert O 

261 (265) Jones Rev C O, 

262 (266) Stewart A 

263 Stevens Sidney, r 

265 Foote Margaret, 

264 Vacant 

266 Wallace R R , 

267 Willis Jerry, c 

269 Threat Ben, c 

270 (30) Walker Lizzie, 

271 Harris Abraham, c 
273 Williams Adaline, r 
274-276 Kutzschan Mrs L 
275 Vacant 
277 (279) Cargile M, Jr 




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.!i[i Robes. Horse Blankets, 

AND WHIPS OF ALL KINDS. 
9 S. Broad St. 



FRAZER— Cont'd 
279 Maddox Alex, <• 
280' (286) Humphrey R. .• 

Leary A (i, r 
281 Vacant 

283 (287) Glenn Wm, <• 

284 {2SS) Dickey R H 

289 OsHn Wes. c 

I Glenn iittt'r.<ect.<, 

290 (296) Moore A. t' 

291 (297) Ivy Catherine 

292 Hunt J, c 

295 (299) Fuller John H, i 

297 (301) Foster Harriet, c 

298 Blake H, c 

301 (303) Dukes Wm, r 

302 Carter O. c 

305 (307) Mosely Andrew, 
Cody Richmond, i 

306 {308) Graham G W, (• 

307 Lamar Alex 

308 Alexander J J, c 

309 (311) Jones J H, r 

Walton C W, c 

310 Graham G W, i 

313 Booker Frank, r 

314 (318) Mansfield FM 
316 Howard A D 

Georgia ace intersecU. 
3-1 (333) Jones Walter 
332 Pelot E E 
338 Horton K R 
342 (342) Williams Mrs F 
348 Shepherd Joseph, c 
Boifit intersects. 
355 (357) Stephens Alex, i 
357 ^^ hite James, ^ 



359 (361). Parker Evelyn, r 
363 Harris Edward, c 
367 Matthews Lem, i 
3V (337) t)ean Filrftore, <■ 
372 Epps Iverson, <• 

Eraser Street School 
Love interaeetK. 
385 Boyce M B 
389 {385) Evatt Chas W 
393 Unfinished 
399 Jackson Allen 
406 Lumpkin W S ^ 

410 Bodenhamer J A 
412 (394) DeLay W E 
416 Engesser Wm 
418 Hendrix J M 

Little intersects. 

433 Morrow Sophronia, r 

434 (398) Taylor Jennie, f 

435 Stallings Buil, r 

436 Vacant i 

FRITZ, from Piedmont ave e 
to Exposition grounds, i n of 
Bleckley ave 

Phillips W R 

Coggin W T 

Dickey John 

Coggin J O 

Bowden Thomas 

Haynie S P 

Milam J F 

Lee A A 



FULLER, from E T, V & G R 
R (Elliott) e to W & A R R, 
n of Foundry, Ward 5. 

Soitheri Ui[ is Class Co., 

oms, • Vfli^HisHES, 

GLASS AND PAINTERS' SUPPLIES. 
No. 39 South Broad Street, ATLANTA. 



Lumber, Laths, Shingles, 

MOU DINGS. Etc , 
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22 Kimball Boom. Decatur Street 



File, Life, Aoeident and Plate Qlaai In- 
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GeorKla and Alah^ma, Qaligrapli Writ- 
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Martin, 5 s of Fair, Wards 2 
and 3. 
2^ (33) Likens F G 

Cooper interi<ecb*. 

39 (37) Jones Reuben 

Formwalt intersects. 

Pryor intersects. 

Pulliam intersects. 

Washington intersects. 

177 Hajris John, c 



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208 

249 

257 

272 

273 

275 
276 

277 

280 
281 



34) Taylor Alex S 

36) Blake H A 
Grew intersects. 

160) Smith H S 
Capitol ave intersects. 
25) Turner Mrs M E 
29) Keeling N R 

Fraser intersects, 
34) Sewell M C, r 
Drakeford F, c 

37) Kieth R A, i 

38) Cowans R, c 

39) Kendall R, c 
42) Gill H, c 

41) Guthman Mrs H ■ 



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44) Blackman B, c 
43) Anderson B, c 
46) Bullock D, c 



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55) Bennefield R, c 
49) Matthews J W, < 
57) Edwards W, c 
Bell E, c 
51) Webb A, i 
59) Thomas A, c 
59) Andrews W, c 



MEMPH 

STOVE CO. 




98 WHlTEHAIili STREET. 

See Page 67. 



FOR COAL AND WOOD 

CALU ON 

OVERTON & DUNN, 

Wholesale and Betail Dealers. 

Best Domestic Coals at Lowest Prices. 

TEL. 804. Yardt 91 . Ga. R. R. St. 

307 Smith S, c 
309 (66) Robinson A, r • 
Martin intersects. 
Connally intersecU. 

GALLATIN, from State w to 

W & R R beyond limits. 

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GARDEN, from Glenn s be- 
yond limits, I e of Connally, 
Ward 3 



GARDNER, from Windsor w, 
I s of Rockwell, i 



GARIBALDI, from Glenn s to 
limits, I w of Windsor, Ward 
2. 

Gault Robin, c 

Smith John B, i 

King Henderson, c 

Spinkston Martin, c 

Gort Tobe, c 

Almond Joe, c 

Weaver Glenn, 

Anderson Louisa, 

Hines Manuel, c 
. ^ Smith Willis, c 

Cole Henry, c 
• Everett Dan, c 

Williams C W, t" 
Georgia ave intersects. 

Harden A M 

Evans G W 

Schaaf Walter 

Hinton J C 

McGinnis W A 

Moffett Mrs Lucy 

Whitmire J M 



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Leather and Rubber 

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Hose, Packing, Ac. 
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GARIBALDI— Cont\i 
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Longl D 
Russei-i V G 
MathcAvs W F 
Griffiii Zach 
Gilbert R J 
Slick Mrs Mattie 
Johnson T R 
Small T V\' 
Willis B F 
Brannan F D 
Phillips Henry 

Siephejh< intersect^. 



GARNETT. from Thompson s 
e to Loyd, i s of Peters. 
Wards i and 2. 
I Overbv Mrs C T 
> Whitehead O W 
6 Booth W K 

9(11) Schindler Mrs E 

11 (13) Simmons Mrs S F 

12 Vacant 
15 Nolan A 

18 (.16) Saunders W E 

19 (17) Spahr Otto 

22 (18) Frisch Leopold * 

23 (25) Stamps J R 

24 (20) Cronheim Solomon 

28 (24) Bosworth J M 

29 (27) Tidwell Mrs A L 

32 (30) LaHatte Mrs E J 

33 (31) Smith T X 

37 (35) Smith Cohen, c 

38 (34) Armour Sarah, c 
41 (37) Finley John, c 



198 GrAR 

F'o)'fif/fh i)i frrarrfs. 

48 (27) Silverman Hariy 
Hebrew Synagogue 

49 (47) Smith I S 
51 (49) X'acant 
55 (51) >Liy.s F O 
q6 (S4) Chapman S I) 

59 (55) Smith J W 

60 (56) Elsas ]acob 
63 (57) Powefl Mrs H M 
^7 (59) Saloshin (iustavus 
69 (61) Hagsdale M R 
77 (87) HaVlan G W 

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83 (73) Blanton J J 
^7 (77) Golem en Sirs M F 

91 (85) Bremer G M 

92 (84) Dowda A A 
94 Stovall Hannah, c 

Prifor interiifcU. 
117 (109) Curtis A E 
121 (III) Cheshire E D 
124 (112) Hartman M 

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GAR TR ELL, from Yonge e to 
Daniel. 2 s of Edgewood ave. 
Ward 4. 

4 (2) Scott Wm E 

5 Wingate O 

7 Simmons M T 

8 Bates J F * 

10 Brooks J S 

1 1 Harris A O 

13 White J L 

14 McGilvray A 

18 (16) Hickey J J 

19 (15) Hewitt E W 



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Bear 72 Marietta St. Tel. 1420. 



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24 (18) Manly W P 
28 Manly M 

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i,Ti Palmer S D 
34 Stewart Wm F 
37 (3O Shivers J A 

41 McWilliamsH C 

42 (34) Terry M J 
45 McKev Wm M 

48 Ogden' E H 

49 Congo T A 

52 Goode N J 

53 Justice H O • 
56 Vaughn W A 
58 Brooks D E 
61 Terry Wm M 

Fitzgerald interi<ecU. 

64 Carmichael J W 

65 Roberts Wm S 

66 (60) Robinson W G 

69 (59) Marchman T W 

70 Peak Wm H 

71 Jones Seban, c 

73 Childress H K W 

76 Holt J R 

77 (63) Ledbetter D L 

Boulevard intensects. 

98 Davis Alex, c 

99 Evaos Ed, c 

100 Houseworth Reese, c 
loi Moss Clayburne Jr, ^ 
103 (88) Williams George, c 

106 (72) Wordlaw Jennie, <: 

107 (73) Biker Gustavus, c 

Daniel intersects. 



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GASTON, from State nr Moore 
e bey limits , 

GAS ALLEY, from Monroe to 
Hulsey, between Rhodes and 
Hunter 



GATE CITY, from Gletin s bey 
limits, I w of Ira, Ward 2. 
Changed to Smith. 

GEMUNDEN, from McDaniel 
s to Humphries, i w of Peters, 
Ward I. 

3 Faver David, c 
5 Rawson Caleb, c 

7 Bell James, c 

8 (3) Jennings Augustus, c 

9 Carter Catherine, c 

11 Sanders Armstead, c 

12 Birch Henry, c 

16 Williams Robert, c 

17 Thomas Sarah, c 
21 Vacant 

Beerman intersects. 
32 Wyatt Coleman, c 

36 Speed Maria, c 

37 Wilson Isaac, c 
Tfi Dozier Henry, c 

40 Brooks Thomas, c 

41 Mangum James, c 

42 Weston Sarah, c 
44 Motin Lizzie, c 
46 Baugh Wm, c 
48 Johnson Jerry, c 
50 Brinkley Geo W, c 
52 (36) Brown Sophie, c 
54 (38) Green Elsie, c 

Humphries intersects\ 



Yellow Pine Lilier 



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ENTERPRISE LUMBER COMPANY, 
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Fair, i w of Cemetery, Ward 3. 
38 (i) Sims James, c 

Bigger s intersects. 

40 Colley Martha, i' 

42 Garrett Sarah, c 

43 (7) Turner Wash, c 

46 Head Lucy, c 

47 (11) Alexander Nelson, ^• 

48 Robinson Mitchell, c 
Haynes George, c 

49 (^3) Johnson George, c 

Hunter intersects. 
56 (16) Leverett F, i 

Btfrdick J, c 
60 (18) Brown A, c 

GEORGIA AVENUE, from 
Pryor e to Grant Park and w 
to West End, i s of Glenn, 
Wards 2 and 3. 

GOING EAST. 

St John's M E Church 
Loyd intersects. 

41 Saul R E 

45 Eberhardt R P 

PuUiam intersects. 
Washington intersects. 
97 Camp W M 
1 01 Welch M M 
105 Simmons J C 
109 Brittain M L 
no Sublett R A 

Creiv intersects. 
113 Maner C G 

Capitol ave intersects. 
164 (8) Ingraham Mrs E A 
168 (12) Hare Mrs Belle 



GEORGIA AVE— Cont'd 
172 (16) Foster Mrs V A 
174 (20) Duncan Mrs S E 
176 (24) Engle C B 

Fraser intersects. 

180 (28) Atkinson Mrs M H 

181 Rogers Mrs E A 

182 (36) Howard A D 
185 Roberts T H ■ ' 

187 Vacant 

188 (34) Lewis Oscar 

189 (51) Britton F M 

191 Simonton & Roberts 

192 (36) Morgan W A Jr 

195 (53) Jackson Thojiias 

196 (38) Skelton Mrs M W 
Simonton J T ^ 

Beed intersects. 

197 Wade J C 

198 Burrows Kittie, c 

201 (57) Small E F 

202 (42) Jenkins Calvin, c 
Georgia ave Presbyt church 

205 (59) Donehoo E A 
209 Vacant 

Terry intersects. 

214 (64) Patterson J B 

215 (56) Lamar George ' 

218 (66) Huff J H 
Cloutz T A 

219 (58) Smith J P 
227 Huzza R H 

Martin intersects. 
237 (71) Stallings J W 

Connolly intersects. 
313 (105) Wingate J H 
317 (107) Mell J L 

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iOOinCIIT IIICIIDIIIOCr prompt and liberal settlements. 

AUblUcNI in&UKANbt tORBEH Sl McCAHDLESS, State Agents, 

Americu Qtnzltj Xai. Security Oe. I 22 KimteU Hovse, Decatv St. Telephone 72. 



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GEORGIA AVE— Cont'd 
333 McDonald Thomas 
354 Wood A P 

Hill intersects. ' 
360 Estes W C 

Chant intersects. 

GOING WEST. 

14 O'Tfson Hezekiah 

15 Close Cyrus 

18 (5) Simmons W L 
22 Powers C B 

Broodworth Mrs Emma 
Formwalt intersects. 
26 Spencer Wm 
41 (2) Beal H E 
Repass J F 

Cooper intersects. 
54 (9) Barksdale C E . 

Briggs Wm 
58 (11) Cooper A B 

Cook J A J 
69 Bearden 
72 Fambrough F L 
77 Rucker Abraham, c 
Windsor intersects. 
103-105 Appling Charlotte, c 
107 McDaniels Giss 
109 Glover Iverson 
1 1 1 Lawrence Wm, c 
Ira intersects. 
125 Jackson Alfred, c 

McDaniel intersects. 



GEORGIA RAILROAD, from 
Loyd to Edgewood, dividing 
Wards 3 and 4 and 6, and 
running parallel with railroad. 



Ploorman & |I|oorman, 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 

TAMP8, OTAMP 

ari^^' - Supplies. 



82>4 South Broad Street. 



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PIM & TAYLOR ^ni 

— CONTRACTORS IN — 

Raising aad mowing BuiMings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special FMclliiics 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21>^E. Alabama. 

GILMER, from Ivy s e to Fort, 
I n of Decatur, Wards 4 and 6. 
4 Keely Institute 
12 Caldwell A 
18 Auchbacher G A 

20 Pease W C 

21 (27) Jarvis Wm L 
26 Lynch J 
30 Sanders J L 

(31) Flynn C T 

(34) Lynch James 

Courtland ave intersects. 
36 Duhme C H 
42 Monteith R A 
44 Benson*P 

Whitenburg F P 
48 Barnwell V T 
52 .Anderson Miss C 
53(Si)LideJH 

56 Fincher J 

57 (55) Peck F H , 
60 Faulkner Belle 
64 Cobb T H 

Piedmont ave intersects. 
75 (66) Warnock M J 

77 (67) Brantley John R 

78 (68) Potts Miss C S 

80 Sloan A L 
Llewellyn Herbert 

81 (69) Moore T M 

82 (72) Nunn L L 

83 (71) Bryson T M 
86 (84) Allbright W H 

90 (86) Hudson Wm C 

91 (79) Bradbury J R 
93 (81) Foote G W 
97 Posner A 

BuUer intersects. 




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Hunnicutt & Bellingratti Co. 



58 and 64 Peaohtree Street. 



} Galvanised Iron Workers and 
Tin HoofSer^, Steam Fitters and 
PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES. 



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Old No., 17 and 19 Whitehall Street, 
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o6 (loo) Brooschoff S^ 
o8 (102) Sakes Louis 

102) Stein S 
10 (104) Mendel M 
104) Jacobson S 
12 (106) Hirshovitz M 
14 (108) Goldberg S 
20 (112) Miller & Smullyan 
24 Gross J 

30 Sanders Mrs Kate 
Pratt iniersectf. 

31 (123) Wade J \V 
44 (36) Newman J F 

Moore Intersecli. 
48 (140) Stowers J D 
52 (144) Higgins J W 
55 South F C 










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148) Baker Edward 

149) Mahan M H 

150) Overton H 

151) Hirston W E 
154) Chisholm S, r 



65 Smith Sarah E 

66 (iq8) Laird W 

68 (162) Baker J, ^ 

69 (157) Bettie W H 

70 (164) Bieser J 
72 {166) Rosser P 

74 (168) Jlichardson S B 
Fifth Baptist Church 
Bell interaecU. 
83 Arringt-on G P 

92 Silvey Wm M 

93 (185). Miller J 
96 (186) Ellis WM 

200 Foreshaw E M 

201 (191) Thompson C H, 



yo4 Mapp D, (■ 
09 Jacobs H, i- 
212 Demons G, r 

F'ort intersH'ti'. 
Turner T. ^ 
VV^ebster Dollie. <• 
Davis S, (- 
Battle Richard, > 



GLENN, from West End e to 
eastern limits, i n of Georgia 
ave,. Wards 2 and 3. 
Krien intemect^. 
* Ocmttlgee ijitersects. 
55 ( ) Traynham & Ray 

E T Vd' G R R mten^^:t<. 
74 (i) Freeman Mamie, i 
Humph reyti inter.^fcU. 
97 (i) Beattie C; H 
99 (2) Vacant 
loi (3) Powell G A 
103 (6) Moore Mrs C M 

105 (8) Terry W F 

106 (20.7) Harris Lucy, r 

107 (10) Harden James 
109 (12) Buchanan Xi A 
no (207) Thrasher E, c 

118 (227) Williams Amanda, < 
120 (225) Rauser A, i 

123 (222) Callaway E VV, c 

124 (249) Ramsey E, f 

125 (248) Thomas Edmund, c 

126 (247) James John, c 
128 (245) Williams Ned, c 

130 Williams J B, c 

131 (113) Singleton James, r 

132 (242) Barnes Mrs Dicey 
134 (241) Lavender H, c ^ 

'PHONE 667. 

MELONE, CANTEY & RAWSON, 

Cen'l Insurance (gents 

Bir^t lAfe, Aceident nnd 
Plat9 Gflmmm, 

14 S. Broad Street. ATLANTA, «A. 



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GLENN— Cont'd 

136 (239) Prince Frank, c 

138 (237) Seaton C 

139 (212) Winters David, r 
^40 (235) Austin Kile, r 
148 Atlanta Lumber Co 

MeDan iel in teri<ecU. 
160 Vacant 

Smith internerta. 
169 Hayes Bros & Co 

200 Rains D R 

201 (31) Brooks W A 
213 Adams Peter, c 
217 Williams Reese, c , 
221 Price Turner, c 

Windsor inter i^ecta. 
246 Lawrence J ] 
248 (9) Vacant' 
250 (11) Wimbish H W, , 

Cooper inter^ecty. 
270 Parker J H H 

Formwalt inten^eet*. 
289 (125) Broyles R A 
295 (123) Maner J W 
Pryor intersecfA. 
I^yd intersectii. 
Pidliam intersects. 
Washington intei-xeebt. 
397 Carr'Sebron, c 

Crew intersects. 
433 (278) Harris Charles, r 
438 (27) Dodson Jane, c 
Capitol ave intersects. 
Chrady intersects. 
480 Bomar Ida, c 
484 Brooks Aaron, c 
486 Frederick Henderson, c 



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SS 69 WHITEHALL STREET. 

' WHOLESALE A IB RETAIL 

JEWELERS. 

Larmt Stock. Lowest Prices. 



TRIFOb - F/IINT " CO., 



MANUFACTURERS' OF 



READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Leid,i-toitCirmgePuntt,&c 

KHctory, .S75 Decatnr .•^•reet. 

Office 56-.58 Marietta Street. 



Fraser intersects. 
503 Bailey A, c 

505 McCray Carrie, c 

506 Watbon Sam. c 

Reed intersects. 
516 West G,r 
532 (18) Bush B E 

Martin intersects. 
Richardson S L 
Connatly intersects. 
Garden commences. 
Hardwick Mrs M L 

Hill inter aect.x. 
Kister CM 
Smith Jacob 

GLYNN, from Martin e to 
Boulevard, i s of Clarke, 
Ward 3. 



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GODDARD, from Simpson n 
to Bellwood, I w of Vine. ! 

GR.A.CE'S ALLEY, from Fort 
w to Bel), bet Green and 
Houston. 



GRADY, from Georgia ave n 
to Crumley, i e of Capitol 
ave, Ward 3. 

GRANGER, from W Hunter n, 
I e of Chestnut, Ward i. 
3 Hill J, c 

10 Thomas C, c' 

11 Wilson J, c ' 

12 Davis W, c- 
15 Sharp J W, r 



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Mineral, Timber, County and 
City Land For Sale. 



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W. L. REEDER, 

MINITFACTUREB OF HOME-MADE 

SADDLES AND HARNESS 

• Nontta Broad St., 
See Page 58. ATI. AN TA, fa-^* 

GRANGER— Cont'd 

16 6oon M, ^ ' 

17 (11) Green I, c 

20 Mallory C, c 

21 (13) D^vis A, ( 

23 (17) Neil A, r 

24 Smith W J, f 

25 Lowe J, r 

26 Turner P T, r 

27 Leonard B, c 

30 Miller BJ, r 

31 (21) Walker T, t 
36 Willis T, c 

41 Keith E, r 

45 Vacant • 

46 Renfroe W I 

Carter internecU. 

47 Vacant 

49 James R, t 
53 Bau'gh W, ^ 
75 Hallman L E 
79 West H, c 
88 Smith J D 

Magnolia- intersects. 

Foundry intersexits. 

GRANT, from Ga R R s to 
limits, 3 e of Connally, Ward 

3- 

Mosely al commences. 

8 (2) Welch Mrs S 
10 Vacant 

14 (9) Lankford Geo, c 
16 Vacant 

18 (14) Darden Wm, c 

21 Witherspoon W L & Sons 

22 (20) Vacant 
24 (22) Vacant 



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Bigger s intersects. 
31-33 Vacant 1 

32 (28) Sims James, ^ 

34 (29) Walker Mattie, e 

35 (26) Vacant | 

39 (24) Jones John, c 

40 (32) Matthews W M 

41 (24) Carter Amanda, 

Hunter inter secU. 
49 Carroll G P 
54 Robinson J T 
60 Montgomery H, i- 
Fair intersect^. 
67 Bradford Mrs 



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WRITING MACHINE. 



It stands at tiM heatf." 
T^rlbett * MeCandlefoi, 
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82 HlnabaU House, l»«catnr Nt.. T«»f«phone 72. 



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71 (65) Wellborn M k 

75 (67) Wootten J L 

79 (69) Davis J M 

79 (99) Justis John 

83 WiUingham W A ! 

89 (75) Hill Mrs D P 

Woodward ave intersects. 

94 Oliver Mrs E P ! 

97 (77) Reynolds W Iw 
103 (81) Harmon T F 
107 (83) Toy J M 
1 1 1 (85) Stovall W F 
115 (87) Chamblee J t) 
119 Porter J S 

Logan ends, 

124 Bostian John 

125 Harkins R L 

126 Sorrels Nancy, c 
129 Stallings D W 
133 (95) Burgess R B 
^37 (97 Johnson R G 
141 Wilson V A ' 
143 Crim Mrs Lucinda 
145 Shackelford C P 

Soutlierii Faint k Class Eo. 

DEALERS IN 

WINDOW AND DRNAMENTAL GLASS, 

Paint, VarniF.h, Sash, Whitewash k other Brushes 

39 S. Broad St., Atlakta.. 



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GRANT— Cont'd 

Glynn intersect. 
G W 
255 Vacant 

Milledge ave intersects. 
284 Cummings J E 
295 White TW 
302 Bryan E S E 
Baldwin J C 

Glenn intersects. 
312 Burns J A 

Georgia are intersects. 
Pa oil ion intersects. 
366 Camp J J 
380 Eberhardt J W . 



GRAPE ALLEY, from Irwin 
to Houston, I e of Boulevard, 
Ward 4. 



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GRAVES, from Magnolia n to 
foundry, i e of Vine, Ward i. 

GRAY, from Simpson n to lim- 
its, 2 w of W & A R R, 
Ward 5. 

(3) Brock C J 

(4) Smith B T 
(6) Breen C A 

(8) Burks Mrs Sarak 
Jones ave intersects. 
(10) Smith Jesse " 

(12) Coursey M J 

(13) Donald W C 

(14) Eyon G W 
(16) Byrd Philip, r 

Bush intersects. 
(21) Zander Howard, c 



MEMPH 

STOVE CO. 

98 WHITEHALL STBEET. 

See Page 87. 




OVERTON & DUNN, 

Goal and Wooii 

Wooidridgejellico and Bon Air. 

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DRY STOVE WOOD ALWAYS ON HAND. 

Yards 91, fta. B. 8 St. TEL. 804. "* 



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23 Williams L, r 

Johnson intersects. 

(25) Hinton Filmore, c 
25 Towns Jackson, c 

(44) Sullivan George, c 
John intersects.^ 

(90) Crawford Emias, f . 

(92) Dobbins Celia, <r 

(94) Winfray C R,V 

(96) McMullen Lucy, c 

(108) Bryant Wm, c 

(no) Vacant 

Gray Street School, c 

(119 Anglin O G 

Kennedy intersects. '' 

(120) Taylor Mose, c 
122 Turner Andrew, c 

(128) Adams John, 

(132) Green W C 

(134) Flemmg JAW 

(138) Miller George Scott, r ^ 

(140) Craddock Douglass, c SS 

(154) Dabney Alfred, c ■ ] ■ 

(156) Hardy Hamp, c .-SB 

(158) Calloway Reuben 0» S 




GRAY'S ALLEY, between Bell 
and Fort, near Wheat. 



GREEN, from 171 Fort w to 
Valentine, i n of Wheat, 
Ward 4. 

5 Gordon Anderson, c 

6 Mackeyfield John, c 

7 Garrison S, c 

8 Ross Courtney, r 

10 Salone Mamie, <r 

11 Holmes Green, c 






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MICHIIIERV and TOOLS. 

Wrought Iron Pipe, 

Fittiagt ud Bran lloods. 



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GREEN— Cont'd 
12 Edward E, c 

15 Green Lottie, c 

16 (i) Richardson Joliii. 

19 Simnis Henry, c 

20 (9) Loyd Solomon, c 

23 Vacant 

24 (5) Giddens A, c 

25 Henry Sophia, c 

27 Hill Georgia, r 

28 (lo) Borrow Lizzie, c 



GREExNS FERRY ALLEY, 
from 113 Greens Ferry ave e 
to Dora, Ward i. 



GREENS FERRY AVE. from 

Chapel at Larkin vv to limits. 

Ward I. 

5 Vacant 

7 Bradford Acie, c 
lo (8) Lay Joseph, < 
12 (10) Vacant 
^3 (7) Hogan P F, c 
14 (12) Smith Polly, c 
Jackson Cinda, c 

16 (14) Favors Henry, c 

17 (13) Hogan Butler, c 

18 /16) Matthews Frances, r 

22 (18) Rankin Amos, r 

23 (15) Morrison A F 

24 (22) Johnson Sanford, c 

25 (19) Heard R A 

26 Russell Mary,'r 

28 (26) Chandler Ann, c 

29 Bailey Henry, / 

34 (42) Bowen John, c 

35 (25) Trammell Mary, c 



38 (44) Slemmons J H 

39 (27) Griffin Frank, c 

41 (37) Providence Bap Ch, f 

42 Street Sallie, c I 

45 Steerman Thomas 

46 (50) Bell Caroline, c 

47 (45) Clemmons Mrs Mary 
56 (52) Roberts C H 

58 (54) Irwin Mrs E 

Harper Henry, £ 

Green Eli, c ' 
67 (63) Hubbard Louisa, c 

73 (73) Vinson Isaac, c 

74 (72) Pitman Josephine, c 

76 (71) Stephens James, c 

77 (75) Turner Henry, c 

78 (76) Ross J A, r 

80 (77) Elliott Monroe, i- 

81 (77) Starnes Mrs J M 

82 (79) Hamilton W* c 
84 (80) Robinson Josie, f 
86 (81) Chandler SoUr 

90 (82) Williams Eliza, c 

91 (79) Collier Jacob, i- 

92 (86) Glenn Mary> c 

93 (81) Turner Henry, c 

94 (86) Gardner Turner, f 

95 (^3) Wilkerson George, i 

96 (88) Hill Rev (; G, c 

97 (85) Harvey W, e 

100 (96) Webb Jane, c 

10 1 (29) Mayes Reuben, c 

102 Barton C J 1 ■ 

103 (29) Towns Jesse, r 

Humpline>f en(li<. 
Lizzie ends. 1 

104 (98) Barton C J 

^05 (30) Jarnigan Emma, c 

W. H. CHASE, 

Jelllco, Lehisrh. : f^r\,m^\,^ 
Paint Rock : v03lo 

and Soddy : : : ^ 

REAR OF 72 MARIETTA STREET, 

Teleph one 1420. ATUjANTA. GA. 




fW. WOODS WHm, GEN. AGT 

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N. Y. Belting & Packing Go's j ATLiNTAflUBB£R co. 

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107 (30) Randolph John, c 

109 (31) Vacant 

III (31) Tilly Peter, c 

113 (32) Ransom H, i 

115 (32) Vacant , 

117 (ill) Henderson James, c 

Roacli commences. 
127 (120) Straughter Celia, c , 
129 (120) McAfee James, c 
133 (124) Griffin M L 
139 (126) Brown W H 
141 {133) McDowell H, c 
145 Rando Minnie, r 
147 Harvey Wm, r 

Shiloh Baptist church, r 
Lnwshe commencei. 
193 (^2^) Lawshe R E 

Che^itnut commences. 
199 Howell Mrs R L 
Culver ends. 
205 (127) Howell W D 

223 Brewster F E 

224 Racker Mrs Keziah 

Henry ends. 
229 (i) Denham Mrs S 
231 (5) Aiken C F 
237 Vacant 



The Choicest and Finest Bramls 

Old Oscar Pepper, Old Crow Whiskiei 

•Bd Choicest Wines and Brandies 
Direct Imported. 

AT 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Streets. Tel 420. 



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GRESHAM, from Luckie e, i 

n of Merritts ave w. Ward 5. 

Shaarer Machine Works 

Vennhle ends. 

21 Craig Bonnie 

29 Holbrook F A 

33 (16) Hill W H 

McAfee intersects. 

37 (18) Henry C W 

38 (19) Clark Mrs AC 
41 (20) Martin J B 

Fowler intersects. 



GROVE, from Dillow n i w of 
Hampton, beyond limits, e o( 
Marietta. 



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GREGG, from Windsor w to 
Smith, I n of Richardson, 
Ward 2. 

(6) Henderson Jane, c 

(8) Vacant 

(311) Adams Frances, c 

(312) Hartsfield Amanda, c 
(444) Chestnut John, c 




C. G. WYNNE, 

At No. 2 Whitehall St.. 
Keeps the Finest Llhe of 



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IN • THEi • OITV. 



GULLATT, from Ga 
(Cemetery) s to Clark, i 
Grant, Ward 3. 

Moseley^s al end^. 
25 Tate Banks, c 
29 Hodge Mrs J A 
V^ 33 Hardin Ann, c 
37 Wright Robert 
39 Thomas Bettie, c 
Biggers ends. 
53 Hodges Hattie, c 
55 Warner Zella, c 

Hunter ends. 
67 Knight George, c 
69 Reed James, c 

Fair intersects. 
(69) Johnson James, c 
(73) Moseby Anna, c 

Kendall Joanna, c 
Jones Lee, c 
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W)r Lumber of all kinds. 
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GULLATT— Cont'd 

Wixxlumni air intrrarct^. 

(no) Jones W L 

(120) Meier J J 

(122) Baldwin R ] 

(130) Enri^ht Mrs C M 

(132) Dav S W 
Day E F 
Bowenf lames, r 

{149) Brovles E N 

(mo) Fallin 1 C 



GUNBV. from Decatur n to 
Edgewood ave, i e of Ella, \ 
Ward 4. I 



HAGGARD'S ALLEY, from 
R & D R R n to Ezzard, 
sometimes called Air-Line al. 
Ward 4. 



HALL'S ALLEY, from Elliott 
w to Mangum. 1 s^^of Thur- 
mond, Ward 5. 



HAMMOCK PLACE, formerly 

Jackson al, from Eraser e to 

Martin, in of Richardson, 

Ward 3. 

(23) Warner A, r 

(34) Brown M, c ;« 

(26) Scully t;;^ 

(27) Alexander M, r 
(29) Brown A. <r 





HAMPTON, from Marietta n 
e, I w of Curran, bey limits. 



HARDIN, from E Fair to 
Woodward ave, 1 n of Con- 
naUy. 

Maxwell Mrs J H 
Turner B S * 
(12) Hinnant G H 
(83) Coleman ILdie, i 



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Fort and w to Marietta, 1 n 
of Cain, Wards 4, 5 and 6. 

GOING EAST. 

1 5 Roberts J W 
1 7 Nesbet Mary. ^ 
27 Malone J H 

Ivy iiitei>ecU. 
42 Hunerkopf W H 

45 (5O Weitneauer J C 

46 Badger Mary, r 
51 (53) Bosard W R ' 

54 Pianka Theodore 

55 Paschal W J 

58 Riser C C 

59 Bateman J N 

63 Elliott J R 

64 (66) Bangert Mrs Marv 
67 Brightwell N B 

Abernathie M L 
71 (67) Bauer David 

Coin'tla)i<i ave interseiU, 
Atl Brewing & Ice Co 
87 (71) Kuhn A J 
91 Cowley J H 
95 (93) Clower Mrs M A 
1 01 Hutchison Marion, c 
103 Baker Augustus, c 

105 (99) Watts Samuel, c 

106 (96) Hunter Ellen, c 



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SAFE AND PROFITABLE. 

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HARRIS— Cont'd 

108 Thomas Emma, r 

109 (112) Gibson Charles, r 
1 1 1 (97) Lyons Gertrude, c 
115 (loi) Morgan J C 

Piedmont ave intersects. 
1 18 Jenkins R, c 

120 Johnson W, c 

121 (119) Harris Kit, c 
J 22 Marcus F, c 
124-126 Walker Ida, i- 

125 (121) Weaver S, c 

126 Gant ], c 

130 Presbyterian Church, c 
y^i (127) Miller G 

133 (129) Robertson Dennis, 

134 Hill F, c 

135 (143) Mitchell R, c 

137 (139) Duncan K, r 

138 Maddox Noah, c 

139 (141) Woodward Roxie, c 

141 Latimer Mary, c 

142 Praston George, c 

143 Williams J, c 

144 Cutright M, c 

145 Daniel R, c 

147 (143) Thomas Albert, c 

148 Mays Nathan, c 

151 (145) Davis Fate, c 

152 (144) Morrow H, c 

153 (147) Tilly J, c 

154 Flemister S, c 
155-157 Vacant 
158 Cloud R H, r 

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162 Hollinsworth G, c 
164 Cook W, f 



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168 Gibbs A, c 

169 (171) Sims H, c 
172^ (166) Harrison W H, r 

175 Hill D, c 

176 Carter R, c 

179 Penney E W, c 

180 Rivers T, r 

182 Fisher Rev E ji <: 

183 Weathers J, c . '. 
186 Somerset A, <- 

188 Albright J, c 

189 (181) Herndon A F, ^ 

190 (194) Boykin G, c 

192 Hall A, r - I 

193 Hill Ed, c 

194 Dent W C, . 

195 King J C, r 
197 Flemister B, r 
199 Evans J, c 
204 Freeman John, c 

Monroe M, c 
209 Pace C, <r 

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23 (29) Harris R A . 

24 Vacant 

28 (36) Baxter Andrew 

29 (31) Daley WR 

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33 Crew B B 

43 (39) Stewart D O 
45 Barbour W P 
49 Robertson E A 

54 (52) Fleming A F 

55 Smith J A - 

56 (54) Stewart F M 
60 (56) Fremont F M 



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(no) Jones W L 
(i2o) Meier J J 
(122) Baldwin R J 
(130) Enright Mrs C M 
(132) Day S W ^. 
Day E F 
Bowenfjames, c 

(149) Broyles E N 

(150) Fallin J C 



GUNBY, from Decatur n to 
Edgewood ave, i e of Ella, 
Ward 4. 



HAGGARD'S ALLEY, from 
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Ward 4. 



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(23) Warner A, c 
(34) Brown M, c J* 

(26) Scully T ;^ 

(27) Alexander M, c] 
(29) Brown A, c 




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HARDIN, from E Fair to 
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Maxwell Mrs J H 
Turner B S 
(12^ Hinnant G H 
(83) Coleman Edie, r 




HARRIS, from Peachtree e to 
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of Cain, Wards 4, 5 and 6. 

GOING EAST. 

15 Roberts J W 
17 Nesbet Mary^ <■ 
27 Malone J H 

Ivy intersects, 
42 Hunerkopf W H 

45 (5O Weitneauer J C 

46 Badger Mary, c 
51 (53) Bosard W R 

54 Pianka Theodore 

55 Paschal W J 

58 Kiser C C 

59 Bateman J N 

63 Elliott J R 

64 (66) Bangert Mrs Mary 
67 Brightwell N B 

Abernathie ML 
71 (67) Bauer David 

Courtland ave intersects, 
Atl Brewing & Ice Co 
87 (71) Kuhn A J 
91 Cowley J H 
95 (93) Glower Mrs M A 
loi Hutchison Marion, c 
103 Baker Augustus, c 

105 (99) Watts Samuel, c 

106 (96) Hunter Ellen, c 

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108 Thomas Emma, c 

109 (112) Gibson Charles, c 
III (97) Lyons Gertrude, c 
115 (loi) Morgan J C 

Fiedmont ave intersects. 
118 Jenkins R, c 

120 Johnson W, c 

121 (119) Harris Kit, r 

122 Marcus F, c 
124-126 Walker Ida, ^ 

125 (121) Weaver S, c 

126 Gant J, c 

130 Presbj^terian Church, c 

131 (127) Miller G 

133 (129) Robertson Dennis, c 

134 Hill F, c 

135 (143) Mitchell R, r 

137 (139) Duncan K, c 

138 Maddox Noah, c 

139 (141) Woodward Roxie, c 

141 Latimer Mary, c 

142 Praston George, c 

143 Williams J, r 

144 Cutright M, c 

145 Daniel R, c 

147 (143) Thomas Albert, c 

148 Mays Nathan, c 

151 (145) Davis Fate, c 

152 (144) Morrow H, c 

153 (147) Tilly J, c 

154 Flemister S, c 
155-157 Vacant 
158 Cloud R H, r 

Butler intersedi. 
Mt Olive Bapt Church 
162 HoUinsworth G, c 
164 Cook W, c 

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168 Gibbs A, c , 

169 (171) Sims H,^ 

172 (166) Harrison W H, i 

175 Hill D, c 

176 Carter R, c 

179 Penney E W, c 

180 Rivers T, c 

182 Fisher Rev E J, c 

183 Weathers J, c 
186 Somerset A, ^ 

188 Albright ], c 

189 (181) Herndon A F, c 

190 (194) Boykin_ G, c 

192 Hall A, c 

193 Hill Ed, c 

194 Dent W C, ,. 

195 King J C, r 
197 Flemister B, <r 
199 Evans J, c 

204 Freeman John, c 

Monroe M, <• 
209 Pace C, c 

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23 (29) Harris R A .., .. 
34 Vacant 

28 (36) Baxter Andrew, 

29 (31) Daley WR .. 

Spring interssoU. 
33 Crew B B 

43 (39) Stewart DO 
45 Barbour WP 
49 Robertson E A 

54 (52) Fleming A F 

55 Smith J A . . 

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6 1 (59) Montgomery J W 
64 (58) Vacant 

WiUiams interte^. 
67 Randall R H 
7 1. Rogers OH 

74 (72) Berbusse Chas 

75 George J H 

76 (74) Cassirer T H 

78 (76) Mackey John 

79 (75) Hardy Mrs K C 
83 Anglin J S 
94 Wilkinson Mrs V A 

Orme iiUersects. 
99 (loi) Beutell H M 
100 Tray lor Mrs S D 

103 Armstrong Joseph 

104 (102) HoltM L 

105 Sharp James 
109 (107) Park W B 
no (104) Gray J F 

114 Vacant 

115 (109) Armstrong R S 
117 (ill) Stark J H 

122 Vacant ' 

123 (113) Seamans Mrs J H 

124 Vacant 

126 (118) Lamb Mrs E V 

127 (115) Johnson C Evans 
Curtis W K 

129 (213) Pressly R A 
Luekie intenceit. 

149 (32) Nolan D P 

150 Mills Mrs Alice C 

151 Vacant 

152 Fletcher Martin 
153-157 Renfro Mfg Co 
154 Marshall R M 



156 Young Isaac 
158 Vaughn Thomas B 
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HARRISON ALLEY, from 
Butler w I n of Decatur. 



H ATLEY, from Marietta n e to 
State nr old limits, Ward 5. 

HAYDEN, from Simpson s to 
Luekie, i w of Orme, Ward 5 
I (3) Smith J I 
3 (5) Andrew T N 
5 (9) Byrant Mrs C B 
7 (9) Evans Mrs Hannah 

Harris iritersecU. 
16 Pressly R H 

18 Kelly G R 

19 (21) Garraux Fred 

20 Esterly A H 

23 (21) Pease O J 

Cosby N B 

24 (22) Heller Mrs M L 
28 (26) Cox R S , 

30 (28) Murphy Deiinis 

31 Kellarn E P \ 

32 (34) Wright Major, c 

35 (33) Reynolds F P 

36 (38) Dezell Thomas, c - 
41 (37) Sharp Harry 

44 (40) Eiseman Jacob 
Baker intersects. 

45 (39) Lindsey E 
50 (36) Warner Seneca 

53 (55) Stone N E 

54 (58) Martin J P 
57 Hackney W P 



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58 (60) Pyron T J 

61 Fickett R N 

62 (64) Johnson J B 

65 (61) Bohr M 

66 (68) Jackson Mrs T C 
69 Corley G W 

Simpson intersects. 

HAYNES, from 123 W. Peters 
n to Simpson, 2 w of Elliott, 
Wards i and 5. 

Bradbury commences. 

1 1 White James H 

12 (10) Simons Edward 

13 Stewart George 
15 (13) Ray F C 

18 Evans D H 

19 (17) King J R 

20 (16) Anderson Augustus M 
22 (18) Mims John 

25 (19) Smith Mrs Selina J 

26 (20) Pyron Charles E 
28 (22) Jordan Ashel P 

Walker intersects. 
Nelson intersects. 
64 (52) Tate F, ^ 

66 Joyce N, ^ 

67 Huglev A, ^ 

68 (58) Scott T, c 

69 Bron Ty c 

71 Woodby A, ^ 

72 (62) Smith J, r, 

73 Soudaus S, r 

74 Hurst G, c 

75 Stevens S, ^ . . r 
77 Gray S, ^ 

Chapel intersects.- 

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85 Carter P, c 
87 Billings J 

90 Tidwell M, r 

91 McDaniel M, r 
Dovei's alley oommenoes. 

92 Hardeman L, ^ 

93 Bird la, c 

95 Darricott M, ^ 

96 Mails A, c 

97 Franks A 
99 Vacant 

1 01 Vacant ^ 

Markkam intersects^ 
106 (100) Vacant 
112 Turner S, ^ 
116 (no) Brooks S, ^ 
120 Guest EL 

124 Meyer H 

125 Edwards J, c 

126 Stamps J M 

127 Vacant 
130 Miller AC' 

Mitchell intersects. 
133 Young E 

Hunter intersects. 
154 ^148) Elliott C F 

160 (152) Jones W M 

161 (155) Vacant ?-.-•' 
164(156) Barker WW 

167 (159) Staffnell H 

168 (160) Doster S E 

169 (161) Wetzell L F 
171 (163) WiitCC 
175 (169) Wilson J C 
178 Fleck H P 
183 (172) Morrow J W 

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HAYNES— Cont'd 

192 Smith W J 

193 (181) Gramling J A 

194 (180) Lester R F 
197 (183) Dawson H 
200 Ligon F F 

200 (188) Lovett J W 

207 (195) Brown M H 

208 (190) Walker.C J 

Rhodes intersects. 
211 Ridgeway C, c 
216 (204) Connell M 
219 (108) Simleton E, c 

221 Vacant 

222 Kinyon W 

223 Callaway J, ^ 

225 (212^ Simmons R, c 

227 (213) Walthell H, c 

228 (214) Dameron J D 
233 (219) Butler M C 
235 Baily J, c 

240 (224) Keltner T W 

Magnolia intersects. 
243 Trotti J P 

251 (239) Bunch Emma, c 

252 (238) Everett James A 

255 (241) Martin Emma, c 

256 (242) Vacant 

257 (243^ Reynolds Charlie, c 

259 (243) Taylor Laura, c 

260 Vacant 

261 (245) Byrd Lula, c 

Robinson Ella, c 

264 (246) Hudson T J 

265 (247) West J 

267 Ragland Carrie, c 

268 (248) Sanford Robert, c 

Riley Thomas, c 



270 (250) Chapman Lottie, c 

272 Hunnicutt Sampson, c 

273 Johnson W R 

Foundry intersects. 
Neivton intersects. 
301 Chattahoochee B^o Stables 
305 Vacant 

Thurmond intersects. 
319 Grace Jesse, c 
323 Nellen Elder, c 1 
325 (5) TaylorJ^aura, c 
329 (319) Durham John, c 
331 (321) Upshaw \Vm, r 
Mays intersects. • 

339 (325) Pharr B yI 

Itock intersects. 
352 (330) Boston FjA 
358 (334) Adkins LA 
363 (341) Dudley Mrs Sarah E 
366 (340) Walton WW 
Henry intersects. 
368 Jones W R 
372 (344) Rauschenberg ^E A 
Simpson intersects. 

HENRY, from W & A R R w 
to Davis, I s of Simpson, 
Ward 5. Name recently 
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[3) Herndon C J 
(6) Turner E E 
[9) Woodin Israel, c 
(8) Gannon Mrs Mary 
'11) Jenkins Taylor, r 
13) Jackson Andrew, c 
(38) Key Si, c 
(36) Burke D G 
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25 Hunnicutt Ellen, c 

26 Lester Carrie, c 

28 (30) Wood Louisa, c 
Yancey Emma, c 

29 (25) Gresham Sherman, c 

30 (28) Ridgeway Elsie, c 

31 ^17) White Martha, c 

32 (26) Williams Lou, c 

33 (17) Williams Jane, r 

34 (24) Kirkland Isaac; r 
36 (21) Speer Mrs A R 
38 (23J Hollingshead P W 
40 (27) Cullum M 

Mangum intersects. 
55 Harbin Jeff 
59 (40) Marcus Mose, c 
65 (46) Hudson Larkin, c 
67 (48) Warren J B 
^70 ^47) Hancock G M 
74 kg) Camp George, c 
79 (55) Casey J H 

Hayne intersects. 
106 (58) Pitman Seymour, c 
108 Hall Mollie, c . 
no Bryant John, c 

Dams intersects. 



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Ward I. 
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18 (2) Denham James 
24 (3) Yeager Mrs H 
26 (3) Hughes H 
34 (4) Donahue Mrs F 
36 (4) Herron Mrs N 



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40 (4) Vacant 
42 Turner Georgia, r • 
44 Allen Nathan, c 
46 (5) Connor Lewis, £ 
56 Oliver Robert, c 
60 (6) Dukes Mrs Lizzie 
Broomhead intersects. 

64 (12^ Harris Mourning, c 
66 /12) Ingram John, c 

65 (7) Wood Thomas 
70 (7) Donahue J A 
72 Tiller Catherine, c 
74 Jackson John, c ^ 

Leonard intersects. 
80 Hulsey Grant, c ^ 
82 Bohanan Michael, c 
82 Smallwood George, c 
88 Dexter Wm, r 
90 Brown Nelson, c 

Greens Ferry ave interseots. 

(21) Brightwell John 

(22) Williams N R 

(23) White J W 

HENRY, from Humphries e, 7 
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HERBERT, from Simpson n 
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Ward 5. Recently changed 
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12 (7) Scandrick W, c 
23 Jones M, c 

Beckwith ends. 
27 Turner S, c 
29 Turner L, c 

Porter commences. 

33 Frayer E, c 

34 Mitchell B, € 

37 Timbers J, ^ 

38 Jackson C, c 

39 Smith L, c 

40 Mitchell G, c 



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Ward 4. 
I O'Connor P A 

Gresham Dr W F 
8 (4) Heerey Dr P O C 

1 1 (9) Ackerman A K 

12 (10) Bradt C G 
15 Warner Dr H S 
19 Sherrill ReV A F 

23 Wilson A McD 

24 Ellis Mrs E 
28 Averill J P 

HUliard intersects. 
37 Blalock C 

Summit intersects. 
41 Kelly T J 

44 (50) Woolf W ; . 

45 Vacant 

47 Melone Mrs H S 

48 (56) Weitzejl J W '■' 

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56 Willingham E G 

57 Baker J C, c 

61 McAllister J M 
67 Willingham T 
71 Grosse C G 
75 (7^) Willingham B L 
Jackson intersects. 
100 Dupree G, c 
116 Price GW 

Boulevard interacts. 
141 Reynolds R F 

Howell ends. 
179 Joiies B, c 
181 Smith Wm, c 
183 Crowley H, c 
185 Davis Annie L, c 
189 Mathews W P 
201 McGinness Mrs M 
207 Pope J H 
211 Dutton E W 
215 Lewis O 
223 West T J 

Randolph interseeit. 
233 Floyd L, f 
243 Jarnagin K, r 
245 Moore J, r 

(214) Hutch ins J 
(227^ Gobay E 
(216^ Johnson L, r 
(212) Wilkinson T, c 
248 Vacant 

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17 (20) High James 

21 (18) Blake John 

25 (16) Owen H D 

27 (14) Owen C L 

29 (12) Johns D W 

33 (10) Davis A A 

37 (8) Grantham J L 

41 (6) McEachern R M 

42 (11) Stieglitz Henry 

43 (4) Pipkin C M 

47 (2) George W W 

48 (3) Whidby C A 
50 (i) Jones J H 
52 Lee J J 

67 (5) Fallin J H 
69 (7) Vaughan W J 
71 (9) Sears C E 
79 (55) Holland Ed, c 
87 Davis Lewis, c 

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limits, I e of Connally, Ward 3 

2 Gholstin S Bed Co 

3 (49) Bennett Mrs E F 

6 (40) Allen G W 

7 (51) Waldrop E P . 
9 (53) Hasten J T 

10 (50) Wing W E 

12 (52) Humphries J W 

13 (52) Cassin G S 

16 (54^ Robbins A S 

17 (57) Vacant 

20 (56) Mitchell J W B 

21 (59) Archer Lewis _'^, 

Hunter intersects. 

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Fair intersects. 
53 (55) Giles J W, r • 

61 (69) Wilson C A 
72 (74) Cofer I A 

Woodward ave interseeis. 
76 Mangum C W 
82 Murphv Mrs M 
86 Wheat Mrs MA 
90 Dougherty John 
98 (80) Raughton Mrs Blanche 

Logan commences. 
112 (82) Bohanon J A 
Davies J B ^ 

119 (85) StovallCC 

120 (84) Logan Mrs E C 
122 (86) Harris W H 
127 (89) Fultop Samuel 
131 (91) Falvey J J 

135 Vacant 

139 (97) Wall Mrs R E 

141 (99) Smith Mrs A H 

142 (100) Land J S 
225 (225) Grant L P 

Glenn intersects. 
Georgia ave intermcti, 
323 Fields W M 

339 (345) Adamson C Q 

Bass intersects. 
369 Crim W M 

Love intersects. 
385HaileAJ 

Little intersects. 
433 (355) Nunn C H 

HILLIARD, from Decatur n 
to Forrest ave, i e of Fort, 
Ward 4. 



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HILLIARD— ContM 
- 10 Morris J A 

11 Faith J 

14 Holmes M E 

16 Cook B F 

17 Harris J N 

19 Burton Wm H 
23 Johnson H T 

25 (23) Duckworth T 

26 Henson J C . 

27 Bossa^dt Charles 

28 (26) Harris Wm D 

29 Long J D 

Pittman al oijmmeno«*. 
32 Mosely S J 

34 Coakley A J « 

35 Harter E A 
38 Henson G J 
40 Henson S E 

Schofidd commence. 
43 Turner J, c 
I 44 Scroggins M 
45 Cobb A, r 

48 Hawkins H, c 

49 (47) Woods I 

50 Johnson Wash, c 

52 (5oVConyeTS A, c 

53 Ros/s E, c 

55 Fowler M, c 

56 Andrews K, r 

59 Wright lay c 

60 Baker R M, c 

65 Carter Wm, c 

66 Banks Wyatt, c' 

68 King J P, ^ 

69 Allen A, c ' . 

70 Boyd G, V 
72 Hinton A, ^ 



73 Washington H, c 

76 (74) Wilson C W 

77 Jones A,^ 

79 Watts B, c 

80 Newton F, r 

Fain coinvienoes. 
83 Ivey S, c 

85 Nesbit Elijah, c 

86 Bishop J B 

87 Pleasant H, c 
89 Unfinished 
91 Barswell A, ^ 

Tanner ^ inierseets, 
95 Mann J, c 

Edgewood Ave intersects. 
114 (100) Johnson Cornelia, c 
117 (80) Jones Frances, c 

119 (81) Rhodes Cannon, c 

120 (102) Stokes Matilda, c 

121 (83) Pittman Garrison, c 
124 (108) Fry Fannie, c ' 

126 (106) Joyce Richmond, c 

127 (104) McDowell Robert 

128 (106) Adams R W, <: 

130 (iio) Martin Daniel, c 

131 (65) Lampkin Carrie, c 
139 Golden Samuel, c 

Wheat intersects. 
Old Wheat intersects. 
154 (166) Livingston Jackson, c 
156 (167) Chapman Susans 
158 Carlisle Jeanette, c 
162 (182) Haygood Silvia, c 
170 Gilbert Julia, c 
172 (188) Hill Nancy, c 
174 (188) Harris Henry, c 
176 (190) Love J D, c 
180 (192) Cavil Archie, c 

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184 (194) Gibson Clarence, c 
188 (196) Holliday Frances, c 
194 Walker W F 

Irwin intersects. 
Houston intersects. 
Ellis ends, 
215 (217) Rudicil J C 
228 Ingram E E 
222 ^218) Walden W A 
226 (220) Harrison A B 
231 (223) Price Felix 

235 (225) Clower J F 

236 (224) Hilley RS 

239 (227) Girardeau W P 

240 (226) Morris W C 

Cain intersects. 
248 Bryant Y 
254 Jackson W B 
257 Gillette AG 

269 Hogan W J 

270 (236) Cato W M 
Corden J G M 
Highland ave intersects. 

306 (274) Boring J T 

310 (275) Cunningham N, c 

312 Lucky Henry, c 

314 Richardson W, c *" 

315 Whitner L, c !/ 

316 Dozier Nellie, c ;! 

317 Booker Ed, c ' 

318 Rickett H, r ^ ^ 

319 Fletcher C, r 1 

321 Ramsy L, r ^ ^ 

322 Barker F, ^ ' I 
324 Scott W, t' . ' 
330 Holmes J, c 

332 Holmes M, c i \; 

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334 Zilman H, c 
336 Cleveland J, r 
344 Goldsten Thos, c 
346 Dansby W, c 

352 Johnson G F D, r 

353 Hill B, c 
Miller C M, r 

358 Williams I, c 

Forest Ave intersecis. 
376 Blount Mrs L N 
380 Evans Sara, c 
382 Harris W M, ^ 
384 Wright B,r ' - 

390 Chandler J, f • ' 

HILL'S AVENUE, from W 
Peters w to Chapel, i s of 
Trenholm, Ward i 

10 Vacant 

12 Pledger Jesse, c ^ 

14 Graham Hulda 

16 Allen Alfred, c 

17 (23) Kierbow John B 

18 Johnson Mary, c 
20 Dorsey Viney, c 
22 Cato Sarah, c 

24 Pacetti B E .^ • 

25 Rush J A 

26 Bracewell C P 

29 Dorsett E J 

30 (26) Ray Adolphus W 

31 Crawford John E 

32 (28) Steint George 

35 Calhoun Wiley/ 

36 Allingham Heiiry 

38 (36) Mericks Wm. c 

39 Blair I M 

41 Blake Mary, c 



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HILL'S AVE— Cont'd 
42 Powell Orena, c 

45 Pingleton Charles, r 

46 Foster George, c 

47 Dunson Lucy, c 

48 Mannery Richard, r 

49 Briscoe Maria, c 

50 (46) Griffin J J, r 

51 Vacant 

52 (48) Clay L M, c 
54 (52) Mayo Eliza, c 
56 (52) Horton Millie, c 

HOGUE, from Wheat n to Ir- 
win, I e of Boulevard, Ward 4 

Old Wheat intersects. 
19 (61) McConnaty R, r 

24 Lyons Miss S 

25 Holcomb P, c 

26 (76) Brown W, c 

28 Davis C, c 

29 Wood Joe C, c 
32 White A D, r 

36 Gray T, c 

37 Wimby L W, <: 

40 Holmes M, c 

41 (85) Johnson J, c 

44 Davis W, c 

45 Williams A, c 
48 Nelson F, c 

Irwin intersects. 



HOLCOMB'S ALLEY, from 
Edgewood ave s to Fain, i e 
of Bell, Ward 4- 

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Green's Ferry av£, i e of 
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1 1 (9) Griffin Jane, c 

12 (10) Lowe E L, f 
Broadnax Richard, c 

13 (3) Williams Jarret, i 
15 (13) Fambro Sallie, i 

Liberty intersecttt. 
17 (15) Bush Amanda, r 
19 Brown Henry, f 
25J23) Terry E W 

HOLLINS, from Hightower to 
Glenn, i e of E T V & G R 
R, Ward 2. 
3 Bell Hepry, c 
5 (3) Stallings B, r 
7 (5) Thomas John, r 
9 (6) Hammond Laura, r 
II (7) Smith H D, ^ 
15 (8) Mitchell Lewis, i 
19 (9) Wade Wm, r 
23 (10) Dobbs Lavonia, i 
27 (11) Bailey Adolphus, r 
31 (12) Knight Louisa, r 

Wdls intersectti. 
46 (13) Hill Ben, c 
48 (28) Perdue Coleman, r 
50 (15) Dudley Elbert, c 
60 Austin Henry, c 

Morris intersects. 
68 (47) Roberts Jane, i 
70 Poole Wm, c 
74 (77) Lewis Amelia, i" 
76 (9) Benton Jane^ c 
78 {9) James Henry, c 
80 (11) Glaze Joseph, c 
82 (11) Matthews Dennis, r 
84 Dorris Wm, c 

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.13 (8) Cotton J W 

19 (15) Kidwell G H 
21 (17) Devirs J H 
25 (21) Dickson J M 

Orange intersects. 

30 (26) Reid Homer 

31 (27^ Adair Mrs M 
34 (30) Smith J H 

37 (31) Morris W R 

38 (32) Dunlap PS 

41 (33) Buchanan W B 

42 (34) Webster G A 

Rawson intersect. 
. 50 (42) Stevens G W 

54 (44) Bean Mrs A L 

55 (49) Harris I P ' 
58 ($2) Greenlee S M 

62 (54) Wellhouse Leopold 

66 (58) Dickinson Mrs V 

67 (59) Lively L B 

68 Fuller J H 

73 (61) Jones Miss M L 

74 (62) Lively J B ^ . 

77 (63) Alston R H • 

78 (64) Edge W N ,. 

80 (66) Richardson W P 

81 (65) Lively J W 

82 (68) Radford MA 

85 (67) Teat H O 

86 (68) Randall W T 

87 (69) Jones A T 

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Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Lead, l-Coat Carriage Paints, &c 

Factory . 875 Decatur Siivet. 

Office 56-58 Marietta Street. 

88 (70^ Scott W B 

89 (71) Carney J F . 
91 (75) Mabry J S 
93 (77) Jones S H 

Windsor intersects. 




HORTON, or HOUGHTON, 
from Fort e to Hilliard, i n 
of Decatur, Ward 4. 
3 Tuggle T L 
Peters W A 
7 Master Wm M 

Webb J A 
12 (54) Clark Wm, <" . - 

15 Pope H, r 

16 Mc>Jeice Wm, c , , 

17 Parks J, c , ; j. 

18 Phillips Robert, c 

19 Jones C, c 

20 (39) Foster J, c 

21 Scott D, £ 

23 New Chapel Bap Church, c 

24 (29) Foster S, ^ 
26 Horton Hester, c 

28 Keith C 

29 Unfinished 
31 Williams R, c 
33 Brown F, ^• 
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First M E Church 

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St Luke's Cathedral 

15 (9) Slater M F 

19 (13) Sibley RL' 



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HOUSTON— Cont'd 
22 (12) Powers H R 
25 (19) Cox A H 
28 (22) Dunn L C 
32 Curtis Mrs E A 

35 ^29) Hall TN 

36 (30) Earnest J G 

Ivy intersects. 
41 Shaw A 

44 (36) Evans J C 

45 (35) Shaw S 

50 (42) Guardien R B 

51 Boatenreiter J B 

55 (47) Howard Mrs T C 

56 (46) Knott L R 

61 (51) Tolbert M L 

62 (5^) Wood M L 
65 1?3) Logan F 
6^(56) Bruce A C 
6g (57) Perdue J A 

72 (58^ Kilpatrick J W 

74 (60) Talton fe Johnson 

75 (63) Boeckh C 
78 (66) Head H T 

Couriland intersects. 
First Congregational Ch, 
81 ^69) Glazner G F 

87 (75) Hooper R 

88 (74) McNeal J 

89 (77) Buckner M, c 

90 ?76) Clark T, c 

91 (79) Davis D 

92 (80) Hamilton R, c 

96 (84) Hillburn C 

97 ?8i) Beasley A E 
99 (85) Lvles E, r 

100 (86) Lint F P 
loi (87) White G W 



102 (92) Goosby Thomas, c 

105 (89) Beale I B, c 

106 Gordon M, c 

109 (95) Thompson W E, ^ 
no Storr's School 
III (95) Browli G, c 
113 (99) Spier G W 
1 1 7 Wallace J F 
120 Webber Mrs AS 

Piedmont ave intersects. 

124 (no) Wright J T 
i24^Hay J 

125 (109) Purcell J C 
i25jHouston St Bqttling Co 

126 (112) Rudolph N R 

130 (114) Langston W J 

131 (in) Henry M 

135 (113) Chapman W 

136 (122) Geary L 

138 (124) Ryals J 

139 (115) Jackson G 

142 (126) Burch L A 

143 (123) tturt C 

144 (126) Howard D 

145 Mulkey J P 

146 (128) Phillips S 

147 (125) Brightford A, c 

150 (132) Thomas Daniel, c 

151 (^35) Smith S, c 

152 (134) Moore A, c 
155 (137) Williams J, c 

158 (138) Brighthop R, c 

159 (139) Walton T 
165 (141) Minard H 

Gate City Colored School 
Butler intersects. 
167 (145) Crew Mirah, ^ 
169 Jackson Loyd, c 



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170 (144) Graves E R 

Jackson Wm 

71 (151) Alexander Mirah, c 

72 Whitley Miss Sallie 

73 (151) Pope T, c 

74 Vacant 

75 (153) Houston Wm, c 

76 Phillips H B 

77 (153) Richardson J 

78 Martin Mrs M P 
80 Trader Mrs Harriet 
^i (157) Robinson N C, <r 
82 Chapman J, c 

84 (160) Simms Caroline, c 
Bell intersects. 

85 (161) Scribins Jacob, c 

85 (125) Massengale A M 

86 (162) Turner Laura, c 
^^ (164) Sanders G, c 

Walker R, ^ ^ 

89 (163) Pope H P, c 

90 (166^ Schell J, c 
ai (163) Ponder F, c 
% (129) Carroll J A 

^^(166) Howard A, r • 
9#(i65) Landrum F N, ^ 
93 (164) Tompkins L A, r 
99 (171) Williams & Covington 
•poi Watt Frank, c 
^9Z (i73Chandler Pink, c 
2J>5 (175) McWhorter P, c 
207 Gray Ida, £ 
209 (177) Crawford Alice, c 
211 (177) Ford Moses, V 
213 (50) Drake Wyatt, c 
218 (190) Curry Harriet, c 
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220 (192) Reese HO f 

224 Burke J W 

228 (194) King W E 

230 (196) Whitley W H 

234 Lawrence J W 

238 (198) Jenkins & Parr 

248 (202) Collier Bros 
" Hilliard intersects. 

249 Nash A, c 
252 (204) Adams R E 

255 (205) Culberson J P 

256 (206) Faver J D 
265 (209) Couch I L 

Lester C B 

269 (237) Phelps W H H 

270 (208) Sunny South 
^73 (211) Crawford J M 

278 (210) Haight Wm 

279 (215) Dobbs ZT 

Jackson intersects. 
305 Mickleberry W M .j 
309 Anderson E F 
324 Paden J M 
332 McCleskey Rev J G 
360 Gaines W J, c 
364 (316) Robertson S H 
376 Mauck C A 
^ Grace M E Church, Soutji 
Boulevard intersects. 
Morris Brown College 
386 Taylor G H 

Howell intersects, 
396 Foote C L 
400 Milner H * N : 
411 (563) Mewborn W M 
417 (369) Crawford Mrs A C 
429 (377) Allen L, c 
439 Allen A. c 



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HOUSTON -Cont'd 

Randolpfi inter m'U. 
451 Arnold W H 
456 Schroeder A 
462 HoUingsworth J A 

Mayne L 
468 Parr B W 
472 Garrett H F 
476 Glower W H 
482 Goller H 

500 Eaves G W 

501 Martin D N 

Samjyion intersecU. 

HOWARD, from W Peachtree 
e to Peachtree, i s of Linden 
ave, Ward 6. 

13 (16) Gude A V 

18 (i) Smith Burton 

21 (12) Griffin R I 

22 (13) Smith A W 
32 (11) Gray J R 

HOWELL, from Ga R R to 
Highland ave, 2 e of Boule- 
vard, Ward 4. 
6 (10) Kelly J H 
8 (10) Terrel H C I 

12 Woodward I W 
^ 13 (11) Willoughby Mrs M B 
' 14 Barton R H 
15 (19) Snider M M 

20 ?i6) Bradley P B 

21 (37) Brandon Lizzie, c 

24 (18) Newsom M H 

25 (29) Smith Daniel, c 

29 (31) William Henry, c 

30 (28) Hooks John 



35 Buise Mrs Eliza 

36 (30) Spinks Lewis D 

37 Bryan Harrison 

38 Starks ] C c 

41 (39) Kirkpatrick Kath'ne, c 

42 (36) Bartles J N 

44 (38) Dorsey James H, Jr, c 

45 (43) McWaters George 

48 (40) Dorsey Mat, c 

49 (47) Stanley John 

50 (44) Robinson Christoph'r,r 

51 Miles M L 

52 (46) Forrest Mary, c 

55 Johnson W J » 

56 (42) Thornton ] A 
59 Powell RC 

Ed^eivood Ave interaects. 
7 1 Thompson L J ' 

73 Coleman J M 

74 Gower J W r 

77 Thomson W L 

78 Harris EF , 
81 Burge T G ' 

84 (74) Waits J S . 

85 Sand)ers T I 
8(^f*hilli()s A 

87 Varnadeau C 
90 Tuggle L G 

Wheat intersects. 
Old Wheat intersects, 

112 Morgan A,, c 
Huggins J C, ^ 

113 Doggett Miss A E 

1 16 Ross Z K, r 

117 O'Connor ], c 
120 Gray A, r 

123 Fowler J, c 

124 Phillips J„ r 

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HOWELL— Cont'd 
125 Tillman W H, r 
128 Russell T, c 
131 Coleman T, c 

135 Holmes T, c 

136 Wylie S, c 

138 SapingtOR M, c 

139 Foster C, c 

140 Vacant 

141 Parker J A, t* 

144 Tillman W H, r 

145 Lawrence J H, c 
149 Parks J, c 

Irwin intersects. 
164 Steohens E, r / 
166 Bibbs R, r / 

170 Transou J E, r 
172 Jones Lula, c 
174 Sapington M, ^ 

Houston intersects. 
211 Cloud C A 

215 Crusselle J A 

216 Ayers W J 

218 Rogers J H 

219 Watkins R F 

223 Gillette C 

224 Hines^ M, c 

Johnson ave intersects. 



HULL, from Simpson s to 
Baker, i e of Luckie, Ward 5. 

20 Gardner Jackson, c 

21 (15) Haywood H S 

22 (20) Cooper Frank, c 
25 (21) Fisher Stephen 
30 (22) Dunford &Son 
33 (27) Stier Mrs S F 
37 (33) Martin H R . 

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At No. 2 Whitehall St, 

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The Celebrsitei P&bsl Breiisg Co. 8 

MILWAUKEE BEER. I 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Streets. 

Telephone 420. 

HULSEY, from Foundry s to 
Rhodes between W & A R 
RandETV&GRR tracks, 
Ward I. ^ , , 

I Mitchell Jas, c ' 
3 Johnson Monroe, c 
7 Griggs Ambrose, c 
13 Vacant 
15 Vacant 

Rhodes intersects. 
35 (46) Lancaster Ransom 

Mechanic intersects. 
51 (26) Wright J C 
55 (24) Viniard Mattie, c 
58 (25) Brooks J B^ 
Jordan Handy 

Magnolia intersects, 

67 (16) King Henry 
White W T 

68 (17) Fox J M 
74 (11) Stewart Tamer, c 
76 Sturgis Benj, c 
84 Han Ion Joseph 

Foundry intersects. 



HUMPHRIES, from Whitehall 
n w to Green's Ferry ave and 
s to limits, Wards i and 2. 

GOING NORTH. 

Peters intersects. 
16-20 Middlebrooks W M 
17 Brantly Dr A H 
21 Hanvey E C W, c 
24 (7) Varner Lewis, c 
26 (9) Perkins Celia, c 
Morris Jordan, c 
Gemunden ends. 
28 (11) Gresham Tina A, c 



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30 (13) Sims Jerry, c 

31 Parks Amanda, c 

32 (15) Brown Mrs S 

33 Jones Clara, c 

34 (17) Kelsey Wm 

35 Bagwell Julia, c 

36 (21) Reynolds W R 

37 (22) Holland Olden, i- 
39 Jones Emma, c 

41 (21) Haynes Tisha, c . 
45 (28) Brown John, c 
Kuhrt commences. 
48 (23) Bradford Wm, c 
50 (25) Brown D C, r 
52 (27) Fulton J A 

Chapel intendeds. 
58 Vacant 

60 (40) Dickson Charles, c 
Williams Mary ], c 

62 (42) Jackson Alice, c 

63 (45) Atkinson Wm 

64 (53) Vacant 

65 (47) Griffin Wade, c 
66. Byrnes S B, «: 

67 (62) Gill Mary, c 

68 (49) King Nancy, c 

71 (53) Gammon Maria, 'c\ 

75 (59) Stewart Mrs E O 

76 (60) Thompson Mrs M C 
79 (61) Hanneford C H 

lAberty commences. 
82 (64) Hardin Sam, c 

85 (63) Stephens C W 

86 Osborne Mrs Lizzie 

89 (67) Selfridge Edith, c \ 
88 Seal Wm, c 

90 (67) Gardner Sam, c 



92-94 (79) Jackson J R 
93 Lovinger Daniel 
95 (71) Lovinger Mrs Julia 
97 (73) Marion W, c 
99 Vacant 
107 Barton C J 

Greens Ferry ave intersects. 

GOING SOUTH. 

E T V & G R R crossing 
19 (11) Crawley 

21 (13) Foote C C 

22 Brosius F J 
Bondurant J T 

23 (15) Sample J T 

25 (17) Bowers F A 

26 (16) Barwald M 
29 (21) Morehouse D 

Hightower intersects. 

33 (23) Reeves Miss Lizzie 

34 {22) Bart Eugene 
36 (24) Lee J J 
44 (26) Payne J R 
52 (42) White John, c 

55 (47) Martin Charity, c 

56 St Paul M E Church, c 

58 (48) Broach George, c 

59 (49) Grimmett Joe, c 

WeUs intersects. 

67 (53) Vacant 
72 Adams J H, r 

74 (62) Varner Lewis, c 

75 Vacant 

78-80 (64) Oliver Seaborn, c 
81 (65) Jenkins C, c 

83 (67) Dozier W H, ^ 

84 (66) Henderson W F, c 

85 (67) Littlejohn Mary, c 
Jones Wm, c 

K/1ILW/1T MEN - 
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Will do well to put part of their eamingis 
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SAFE AND PROFITABLE. 

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HUMPHRIES— Cont^d 

86 (68) Baber Heury, c 

87 (69) Herrington Elsie, c 

88 (70) Holland John, c 

Morris intersects. 
91 (71) Grimmett Joshua, c 

94 (76) Smith J, c 

95 (75) Baker Julia, c 
98 Knight Joseph, c 

100 (78)* Wilson Wanza, c 
loi (81) Carey Amanda, c 
105 (83) Green B F, ^ 
107 (85) Mince Price, c 
III (86) Glover Burrel, c 
113 (86) Williams—, c 
115^(85) Hawes Nathan, c 
116 (92) McKenzie Jerry, c 

119 (95) Thrasher Benj, r 

120 (96) Peeks Kin-ch, c 

121 Burdine George, c 
125 (loi) Garr Wm, c 

129 Zion Hill Bap Church, c 
Hightower, Rankin & Co 
Glenn intersects. 
146 Atlanta Lumber Co 
ETV&GRR intersects. 



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HUNNICUTT, from Marietta 
to W Peachtree, i s of Pine, 
W^ards 5 and 6. 

Spring intersects. 
44 Darden Bettie, c 
46 Pollard Henry, c 
50 Moore Joseph, c 
54 Harris Alice, c 

Williams intersects. 
Beulah Baptist Church, c 
66 Hill Charles, c , 

IDoorman & noorman, 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 

TAMPS, OTAMP 

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Kaiting ard novlng Bviltliiits, 

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Telephone 344. 21>^ E. Alabama 



74 Lewis Nina, c 
76 Williams Vinie, c 
78 Mays Mary, c 
80 Bartow Sallie, c 
82 Bigby Alexander, c 
84 Freeman Ada, c 
86 Coleman Jesse, c 

89 (12) Hightower Hilliard.. 
89jDeans Newton, c 

90 Burley Hillyard, c 

91 Byers Richard, c 
93 Williams Samuel 
95 Oliver Abe, c > 
97 Hicks Thomas, c 

Orme intersects. 

107 Mays Henry, c ) 

109 Smith Lee, c 

III (75) Grant Richard,^ 
Lovejoy intersects. , 
Fowler intersects. 

143 (55) Cape W W 

144 (54) Johnson J S 

147 (53) Hayes Mrs Phebe 

148 (52) Abbott T F 
151 (51) Lawson I C 
155 Henderson M P 

McAfee intersects. 
157 (17) Rauschenburg O N 
163 (15) Mitcham J A 

165 (22) Archibald Alexander 

166 Pew John, c 

168 Alexander Sallie, ^r 

169 (20) Awtry J L I 

Venable intersects. 
177 Gates Hattie, c • ? ; 
180 (22) Hollis G B I ^; 

Luckie interse^. 
195 (9) Hutchinson L P 



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Clothiers i Hatters, 

014 No.. 17 and 19 Whitehall Street. 
Neiw No.. 15 and 17. 

HUNNICUTl— Cont'd 
199 (7) Cook D R 

202 Payne E T 

203 (5) Lee J C 
207 (4) Stovall P 

Plum conmiences. 
Payne's M E Ch South 
215 (2) Harbuck Mrs Mary 

HUNNICUTT AVE, see Bal- 
timore Place. 



HUNT, from Linden ave n to 
limits, 2 e of Fort, Ward 4. 



HUNTER, from Whitehall e to 
Oakland Cemetery, and w to 
limits, Wards i, 2 and 3. 

GOING EAST. 

12 (12) Beardsley & Son 
i2^(i2i) Logue J J 
15 Howdl G M, c 
16^(14^) Bowen J B 

17 Ray & Son 
Minter W O 

18 (16) Sevier E F 
i8i(i6|) Sutton H T, r 

20 (18) Sou Col Shorthand 

201^ Vacant 

25 Rj,ubin S H , 

Nauy W 
27 Mutual Printing Co 
2 5jRoberts G P 

Owens P H 
29 (27) MaucK M M 
Pryor intersects. 

Chamber ol Commerce 

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Church of Christ 

45 Albright & Brower 
Hatch W M & Co 
Cheshire E D 

46 (46) Taylor Mrs S J 

47 Morrison D 
47jMassey Wm C 

Hook J S 

48 Coffey Mrs Maria 
50 Kenny Miss Eliza 
59 Rice & Saxe 

59i(55i) O'Bryan F M 
Broyles & Son 
Loyd intersects. 
76 Allen J B 

79 (69) Church of the Im- 
maculate Concept'n 
82 (74) Jones M P 

85 (75) MaloneTJ 

86 (76) Crow C K 

87 (79) Bloomfield E 
93 Nicholes J L 

Washington intersects. 
Capitol Ave commences. 
129 Goza D C 
132 (98) Whhe C G & Co 
139 (105) Weaver Wm D 
141 (109) Gatins J 

150 Austin & Boylston 

Butler intersects. 
FroMT commences. 

151 Evans J H, ^ 

155 Lee J O 

156 Swift Specific Co 

157 Ga Coal & Wood Co 
161 Vacant 

164 (124) Kershaw Wm C 
167 Burnam &r Smith 

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168 (128) Harris C, c 

169 Baldwin R J 
173 Penny H H 

Harper J F 
176 Vacant 
178 Vacant 
182 Yarbray JO 
188 (148) Coyen J 

Terry intersects. 
192-194 Ballard Transfer stables 
195 (153) Smith Z H 
201 Schenck A L 

203 (159) Schenck P A 

204 Malone D J 
208 (164) Driscoll T 
214 (170) Laing T F 

Martin intersects. 

219 (175) Benedict J J 

220 (176) Tuttle Mrs A 

224 (178) Mercer Mrs T A 

225 (177) Akridge Mrs S J 
.228 (180) Robert BF 

229 (181) Kline B H 

231 (183) Bolsius AH 

232 (182) Hayes J J 

233 (185) Burton HA 
235 Lewis J N > 
237 (187) Reed PT 
241 (195) Ivey H D_ 
245 (197) Shepard H S 
249 (199) Allen B F 

251 (201) McCandless & Bro 

King intersects^ 
253 (203^ Taylor A A 
Boone E K 

256 (204) Aberorombie T A 

257 (207) Downing Mrs A 

A.L.DELKINftCO. 

69 WHITEHALL STREET, 

WUOLK8ALK An RKTAIL 

JEWELERS. 

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260 (210) Holland J S ^ ~ 

261 (211) Harris Mrs J A 
265 (215) Turnell Mrs M J 

Getzendanner Frank 
268 (214) Wilson W A J 

^269 (219) Mullan J J 
'275 (223) Crossley Mrs V 
280 (230) Boring J W 

284 (232) Thomas T L 

Moore intersects. 

285 (233) Moss A J 

288 (236) Thompson Mrs M E 
291 ?237) Taylor J W 

293 (241) Connelly H T 

294 (242) Tilson W P 
Allen S J 

299 (245) Connolly A B 

300 St Paul M E Church 

305 (251) Johns V L 
Coppedge J L 

306 (252) Dunlap J T 

Bell ends. 
309 (251) Rebb Mrs A 

313 (253) Webster S R 

HiU commences. 

316 ^256) Brisben D P 

320 (260) Vacant - .*. 

321 (261) Williams T L 

322 ^262) Vacant ' ^ 

329 (267) Hunt N A 

330 (268) Bieser J C 

331 (271) Porter Henry, c 

333 (271) Pitts Kf c 

334 (270) Vacant 
337 (273) Vacant 
341 (277) Dunbar C H 

Fort intersects. 
343 (279) Hardy Mrs L A 



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Xineral, Timber, County and 
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DBRUBH IN 

Lap Robes, Horse Blankels, 

AND WHIPS OF ALL KINDS. 

9 S. Bi>o«d St. 



HUNTER— Cont'd 
347 (281) Jones J T 

Armfield A G 
351 (285) Woodward J T 
355 (289) Hollis D B 

359 (293) Massengale J C 

360 (295) Brookins W, c 
363 {301) Veal F M 

365 (301) Corley F H 

366 (302) Wimpey B, c 

367 {303) Johnson H F 

368 (304) Dowden M, r 

371 (305) Jester J W 

372 (306) Roberson J A 

373 (307) Carroll G P 

374 (308) Smith J A 

376 ( ) Withers E L 

GrarA intersects. 

377 (311) Barefield J W 

378 (312) Mattox E N 

379 (311) Barefield H H 

383 (315) Goodson Mrs M C 

384 (314) Treglone John 

385 (317) Bosse L H • 
387 (325) Mack Lucy, c 

389 (327) McMichael H, c 

390 Patrick I, £ 

George intersects. 

393 (329) Smith Wm, c 

394 (328) Casey Wm, c 
396 (330) Uickson Wince, c 
399 (333) Woolfolk I, c 
405 (337) Boyd A, c 

(hiMatt intersects, 
Oakland Cemetery 

GOING WEST. 

5 Pate. A J 
7 Sing Wah 



II Ryan Co 

Broad intersects. 
22 Brown ^W F 

25 Southern Alliance Farmer 
Farmers' Alliance Exch 

26 Hill & Walker 

Forsyth intersects. 
32 Johnson J L 
46 (44) Jones L F 

49 Field T S 

50 (46) Bender' Wm 
55 Chapman Sarah, c 
59 Graham Mad Lottie 
62 Pittman & Co 

Atlanta Painting Co 
Thompson intersects. 
Ga Soap Co 
Railroad intersects. 
Elliott intersects. 
ICO (116) Herwood O E 
Willingham & Co 
Mays Mantle Works 
108 (124) Bridwell J. A Jr 

Mangum intersects. 
127 (139) Moon W M 

131 (145) Hardy S M 

132 (146) Mitchell L 

135 (147) Adamson J C 

136 (148) Mims W H 

137 (149) Flynn J ^ 

138 (150) Sears L W 

141 (151) McEwen C E 

142 (152) Woolbright H W 

145 (155) Treadwell B F 

146 (154) Tippin A J 

149 (159) Smith F M 

150 (158) McCoy S G 
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No. 3<» S. Broad St., Dealers in^ 

Window and Plate Glass, Oils, Paints, 

Brushes, Varaishes, P.iater^' Supplies. Zte.. 
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Schell's M E Chapel, c 
156 (162) Cain S R 
160 (166) McDaniel W I 

163 Elam R B 

164 (170) Davis J H 

166 (172) Hancock J, c 

167 Ferryman V H 

168 (174) Tobies H W 

6th baptist church 
172 (180) James M V, r 

175 (181) Johnson S, c 

176 (182) Marshall H, r 
180 (190) James G L, ^ 

Davis intersects. 

193 Harris R, c 

194 (198) Stead G, c 

195 Green J, ^r 
197 Green I, c 
199 Mitchell R, c 
201 Davis A, c 
204 James T, c 

207 Davis Af c 

208 Jackson C, c 

209 Maddox G, c 

210 Robinson H, c 
212 Vacant 

Lowe commen4ies. 
215 Hill J H, r 
217 Hill J W, c . . 
219 Cospy J, c 

223 Andrew J, f 

224 Delaney G W, r 

225 Heuston M, ^ 

226 Blalock J H, r 

228 Vacant 

229 Watts A W, ^r . 

230 Wilson F, ^ 

231 Bell ]jC 





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Clean Lump Coal at Lowest Prices. 

Prompt Delivery Ouaraateed. 
TEL. 804.. TABD8 91. GA. B. R. ST. 

234 Spiver M, ^ ! 

237 Palmer J W, c 

238 Spradlin H, ^r . 

240 Pope ]j c 

241 FlemisterS, c ■ 

242 Dewberry L, c \ 

Maple intersects. 
246 Willis B, c 
248 Moncrief G, c 
250 Earner J, c 
262 Menter W, c 
264 Anderson A, r 

TatnaU ends. 
Vine commences. 
Atlanta University 
Sunset ave intersects. 
361 (350) Lindsey E, c- 
363 Vacant - 

369 Vacant 

Granger commences. 
403 Vacant 

405 Willis J, c ] 

407 Roberts G, ^ } '** 

413 Vacant - • ^ 
Chestnut intersects. 
Mount Calvary Baptist Ch, < 
425 White R, c 
437 Dillard H, c '- 
441 Allen A, c " - 
449 Daniel Z, r - .? 

Jeptha comm^ences. 
466 Vacant 

Taliaferro wmmences. 
Leach intersects. 
472 Baker D J 
484 Baiikston C H 
488 Gates W P 

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Hose, Packing, Jte. 
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INMAN AVE, from Calhoun 
w to Fort, I n of Linden. 

(I) Gay J H 
^12) Edwards J, r 
(15) Ix)vejoy F. r 
(30^ Winters J G 

Pope B, f 
Baker J, r 
Jackson C, f ' 

IRA, from Hood n to limits, 1 
w of Windsor, Ward t. 

(II) Rawlins Charles, e 
Williams Oeorge, r 

(13) Shropshire Cnaritt, r 
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(14) Alexander Roxanmi« t 
(96) Dunninijham Israel 

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Jones R A 
99 Sterchi J H 

(i3t) Mills Isaiah, r 

Wainwrighi Pulaalil« r 
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(148) Fcart Jane, r 
(145) Nunn C W 
(151) Harvey G S 

Farris W A 
(144) Hutchison Isaac, r 

Malgum Mary, e 
(141) Ixigan Ann, r 

Hardin Emily, r 

(136) Moody Robert, r 
Wright lurntr. r 

(141) Mims Hattie, r 

(137) Hemiierlty f • 
Thomason Mrs M M 

(13s) Kay Mrs Maty 

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Ytaton IH G A 

Pulling C A 
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III) Henry G W 
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174) Halivy Wm, r 
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(11) Rawlins C'barles. <■ 
Williams (leorge, < 
(1^0 Shropshire I'harles. < 

(irrcjp commrncrs. 
(24) Alexander Roxanna. c 
{2b) Dunningham Israel , 

R irh a rfl:io u i n ie r^ecU . 
Ira St Public School 
Jones R A 
Q9 Sterchi J H 

(132) Mills Isaiah, i 

Wainwright Pulaski, c 
(125) Shropshire E F 
(130) Chambers 1 E 
(132) Weekley L E 
(134) Rice C A 

CrumJeii inter^ecU. 
(168) Hoiliday R A 
(153) Smith Felix, c 
(156) Stephens R A 
(156). Stewart S 

' Kelly Charles, c 



Harris P>rown. <■ 

( 148) l'\ ars jatie, » 
(.145) Nnnn C W 
(151 ) Harvcv r, S 

I'arris W A 
{ 144) Hut( liison Isaac , < 

Malginn M.iry, ^ 
(14?) Fogan Ann, c 

Hardin Kniily, / 
{\ 7,(^) M(»ndy RobervL r 

^ Wright Turner/y 
(i.|i) Miins Hattie, < 
(137) I Icmperlev J S 

'!'h(»tnas()n Mrs S M 
(135) Kav Mrs Mary 

(ifrnu infrri*rrfit. 
Veaton l)r C, A 
I'nlling C A j 
(167) White (; A I 
(i6g) Durham W I] 
(171) Henrv (1 \V 

(173) Waddell W A 
(175) Ikooks Ed, t^ 

(174) Hailcv Wm, r 
(162) Shank D O 
(160) Hrewer Mrs E | 
(158) Redd Henry, r' 

Strong Jerry, < 
Christian Fizzic, c 
(170) Cloud W H 

(149) Riggins Amanda, r 
Duffy Silla, c 

Georgia ave ijUfn^cctH. 
Oxford J I 
(216) Johnson Dan, r 
(2i4)FytleJD . 

Smith I) N 
(212) Connally J C 

W. H.CHASE, Agt,, 

DIALS I IK ALL GBADIS 

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REAR 72 MARIETTA ST. 
Telephone 1420. 



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Jackson VVinkct, r 

Payne Celin, f 

(211) Rur kcr Isaac , r 
(209) Riir ker Wm, r 
(207) Ward R f[ 
(205) Flonrnoy W [ 
(203) IJrooks Mrs ('arrie 
(2or) Stanley [ }\ 

P.etts Henry, r 
(f8r) Rurkcr Amos, r 

Ira Street Mission 
(247) St John F: D 
(24R) Floward AM)ie 
(250) Mathews W V 

(254) r)eavoiirs R B 
(256) Michael James 
(260) George C Ff 

(255) Nesbit [ames, c ^ 
(249) P>uice C W 

Willey A K 
McArther Alex 
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E. T. V. <^ a. R. R, int^rA^rM. 
Rock 7 veil inf/'riierU. 
Trice Janles, c 
(5) Thomas Richard, c ** 
Walker Annie, c 
Talbott Jett, c 
Hall Griffin, ^ 
Gardener interseeU. 
(128) White r^eorge, r 
(xraden J S 
Graden J H 
(335) Alexander M, c 



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Whiskey, Wines & Cigarg 

11 HT.fl 1;; MiUhf], Hn<] 7K and «0 , 
Telephone 420. 




C. G. VV^YNNE, 

At Ho. 2 Whitehall St.. 
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f,^47; White Louis, c , 
' (350) Mowman W I,, r 

IRWr.V, from Fort e to limits, 
r n of Wheat. Ward 4. 
T, Willis John, c 

Mcf nrdy John. ^ 
9 Ray F*resri||a, r 
'5 (^X) Cooper Kdwin. , 
2F (19) Peel David () 
27, Walker W K . I 

Hi Hi or d inif'rifeeii'. 
40 (34) Sheliman Mrs C A 
44 (^(>) Hart F W 
57 Lamport G H 
67 (57) Hunt J A 

Jat'ks'on interxeriy. 
94 F>rake A .A 
98 (68) F)eas H H 
106 Wilson E H 
no Xorthington C M 
114 ^86) Hill W P 

Houlprard infer!*er1j' 
V.ast Atl Prim Bap ChurrF 
141 F^urton C, r 
Nolan M, r 
145-U7 frby E A 

Horpie int^n^eU 
152 Parks b. r 
157 McGee, C 

160 Holmes G M; i' 

161 Heard H. c 

162 Austin W H. .- 

163 Finch A W 

164 (140) Freeman \ 

165 Murdock A, r 
169 Tabb A ], c 






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IRWIN— Cont'd 
172 Pratt H T. i 

1 74 Robinson J, i 

175 Williams M. c 

176 Lewis P, c 

Howell iniersrciis. 
I S3 Jones Ed. c 
189 Thomson P V\'. < 
201 Bryant (). i 

Bradley eud,^. 
205 Sanders A, r 
207 Dallas H, < 
21 1 Smkh T, I 
213 Mason Nj c 

215 Pollard Mrs Mary 

216 Moore A C 

218 Caull H 

219 Sampler C W 

220 Cam on J, c 

221 O'Callaghan D J 

222 Akridge S, c 

223 Raglan d T J 

^ Randolph inter ^ecU. 

226 Lofton J. c 

230 *Rendall M, c 

232 Wynn H. c 

236 Ragsdale G, c 

238 Jenkins J, <- 

240 Birch P, c 

243 Poole S, r 

244 Pratt C, c 

248 Anderson A, c 
259 McCraw T, c 
■261 Lance W H 
272 Birch O, c 
276 Jeter R, c 



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near r'lilt n County Cotton 
Mill. 
Wylie lames, c 
Price J W 
Cain A T 
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I w of Courtland ave, Ward 6 
5 Amos A, r* i 

7 Harper Ida 
9-1 1 Cargile M & L H 

10-16 Selig Mfg Co 

13 (11) Roche Wm H 

15 (13) Thurman ^ Drakeford 

17 (15) Lassiter A, c 

18 (14) Mann Bros 

19-21 (17-19) Rydn J M, < 
20 Watson Ci, c 

Krchange Place end^. 
2 7, (ilascoe Annie, c 
25 Loclce E 
27 (22) Reed H 
29 (23) Adair J T 
29^ H or ton H, f 
31-33 W S Bell Lumber and 

Investment Co 
35 Thomson-Houston Electric 

Repair Works 
35J Atlanta Times, The 
37 (31) Moses A J 
37 Miller E ! 

Gilmer commences. 

40 Spencer A R 

41 (33) Allen F, c 
Edgeivood ave intersects. 

THE NATIONAL RAILWAY 

!iiiii;aDlloaiiiissociitio!i 

20^ Marietta St., Cor. Broad, 

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54 (46) Providence Infirmary 
59 (51) Fourcher J 

65 67-69-71 Frankl Pub House 

66 (56) Norris S J 
70 Atwater I T 

Atwater C H 
77 Downs Mrs M A 

Wheat intt'Ti^cU. 
80 (70) Rowe A A 
84 (74) Knabe G A 
^^ (76) Sharp W L 
89 (77) Healey T G 
92 (80) Howell A 

97 (83) Peck J C 

98 Hammett Miss A 

02 (86) White D H 

03 (87) Wiley S P 

06 (90) Stocks J T 

07 (91) McCall J K 

10 Dunwoody John 

11 (93) Shaw G . 

Houston intersect. 
27 (in) Richardson L 

29 (113) Lazarus E W 

30 Robinson Wm G 

31 (115) Kimball FA 

34 (116) Henderson George 

35 (119) Blount S V 
41 (i?i) Taylor J T 
47 (127) Brockhan A D 

Ellis intersects. 
62 (140) Holt F W 

66 Vacant 

67 (145) Speer J P 
68-170 (146-148) Bass R M 
73 (149) Cohen A S 
75 (151) Hoyle L W 



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HEADQUARTERS FOR 

Oeals, OUPPLIES. 

Z2M South Broad Street. 



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Raising and moving BoildJoga, 

Brick or Frame BuildluKB Handled with 

Perfect Saft^ty. 8i)eclal F> ciiitles 

for Moviug Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21'4E. Alabama 



177 (155) 'Jnpp K P 

178 (156) Hajnes B L 

179 (155) ^'raham J 

181 (157) Hill J M • 

182 (158) Barrow H V 

183 (159) Bacon D C 
185 (161) Cohen Miss Jenn|ie 

Cain intersects. 
187 (163) Fairbanks LG 
189 (165) Johnson J H 
Hooke A S 

191 (167) Lovejoy J H 

192 (170) Taylor C H 

196 (172) Faulkner W D 

197 (169) Ray D J 
Ivy street School 

200 (174) Conklin ^ A 

206 (176) Gray J M 

207 (179) Jones Ransom 

Hands intersexts. 
213 (183) Hutchins P R 
215 Bleckley Logan 
221 (193) Jefferson Lizzie, 
226 (196) Bone W H 
230 (200) Hope G M 

235 (201) Cox Mrs Kate 

236 (202) Mitchell R C 
240 (210) Blodgett E F 

Baker intersects. 
246 (212) Wheeler W W 
248 Anderson Mrs R L 

250 (214) f:mens W J 

251 (213) Amorous M F 

252 (216) Williams D E 

255 {219) I^oss J T 

256 (220) Stephens J tV 
260 (230) Raymond H H 
263 (225) Carter G N 



Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co., 

52 and 64 P«acbtree Street. 

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265 (229) Oliver John 
267 Dean J I. 

269 Faulkner T H 

270 (234) Riser A J 
_, 273 (235) King J L 

oao 279 {241) Fletcher A A 
*S 289 (249) Hill A W 

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to limits, I w of Boulevard, 
Ward 4. 
Edge wood are intersects. 
Wheat intersects. 
Old Wheat intersects. 
71 (57) Askew S H 
85 Benton T, c 

Irivin intersect^s. 
102 Watson R F 
III Jeter W L 
118 Keeling W J 
125 Morris S A 

Houston intersects. 
130 (46) Miller John A 
142 (50) Slaton W M 

Cain intersects. 
,147 Stephens J 
166 (54) Smith W D 
170 Lewis H 

178 Hayes Dr J G 

179 Reed Mrs M A 
182 Vacant 

186 (60) Murphey Dr C E 

187 Mueller L A ' 
Highland ave mtersects. 

197 (67) Payne Rev H N 

198 (66) Merchant J R 



21 1 Richardson A 

Forrest ave ends. 
230 (190) Kingsbery. E 
240 McMillan Mrs J H 

East ave commences. 
24S (106) Lewis T S 
263 Buchanan R H ' 
267 Wallace J M 
27 I Furlow C T 
280 Peters Thomas 

Rice commence*. 
310 (146) Atkinson C p 
319 Reinhardt A M ! 

Currier ends. 
328 Curtis J A I 

334 Brewster G S | 

Angier ave intersects. 
342 Redwine J B / 

361 Cochrane W A 
372 Osborn W A 

Pine ends. 

379 (199) Erwin H C 

382 (200) Arbeely Mrs F | 

Woods T O B 
398 Allan W R 
412 Elliott A R 

Summit ave ends. 
470 Greene A L 



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JACKSON ALLEY, now called 
Hammock Place. 



JAIL ALLEY, 
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MELONE, CANTEY & RAWSON, 

CenM Insurance Jgents 

JFiz*e, JAf&, Accident etttd. 

Plato Glass. 

U S. Broad Street. ATLANTA, GA. 



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Cain, I n e of Luckie, divides 
Wards 5 and 6. 

Forsyth intrrsej'ts. 

Fairlie intersects. 

(hue int^rsect'^. 

50 Mann Jeremiah, r 

51 Jenckes Miss A F 

Sfjring int^irsect^. 
65 (43) Howard Jennie, c 
67 Cooper Ed, c 

69 (65) Cobl) Nettie, c 

70 (60) Herd Ellen, c 

72 (62) Eads Ellen, c 

73 Boyd James E, c 

74 Robertson Sarah, c 

75 Terry Ella, c 

77 Williams Lula, c 

78 Cleveland Mary, 
80 (13) Vacant 
82 Tinson John, c 
86 Perkinson Sallie, 



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JKANETTE, from W Peters s e 
to Central R R, i s of Fair, 
Ward I. 

20 Callaway J E 

26 Thompson "HA 



JEFFERSON, from Pearl e to 
Lee, 5 n of E Fair. 
Ragsdale J E 
Roberts Elisha 
Ellis George 



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6e-68 Marietta Street. 



McMakin Mrs S E 
Lewis Andrew, c 



JENKINS, from Courtlsnd ave 
s e to Pratt, i n e of (pilmer, 
Wards 4 and 6. 

46 (40) Wilson M M 

47 (4») Purdie G W 
49 (43) Vacant 
53 (45) Kean Mrs M W 

Butler intersects. 
72 (23) Whitfield P, c 

75 (16) Vacant 

76 (13) Gault Mad Willje 

79 Finn Wm 

80 (15) King W W, c 
83 (12.) Pappa H 

86 (20) Vacant 

87 (10) Martin E 

Atl Med College 
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JEPTHA, fron W Huntir s to 
Beckwith, i w of Chestnut, 
Ward T. 



JETT, from Lambert wetst, i s 
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JOHN, from W & A R R, west, 
5 n of Simpson, Ward i. 
W & A R R intersect^. 
ET V& G R R intersi^cU. 
24 (i) Alexander Henry^ 
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JOHN— Cont'd! 
28 (3) Jack'son, Alex, < ^-- 
30 (4) Vacant!; 
32 (5) Foster fester, < 
34 (6) Hayes N H, <■ 
38 Heard Oliver, c 
Smith Mattib, c 
42 Evans Rebecca, < 

Mangum in tersect'<. 
Gray int^raerU. 
loi Russell Berry, c 

JOHNSON, frop W cV A R R 
w to Lamberfe 3 n of Simp- 
son, Ward 5. 
I (62) CoiTee Jol>n 
(63) Arp Lee, c 
(64; Howard Mrs Mattie 
(61) Johnson Lillie, c 
(66) Armistead Mrs Lizzie 
Austell Fannie, c 
(54) Irby Callie, c 
(23) Smith Hattie. < 
9 (54) Bailey Lizzie, c 

10 (53) Adams Charles, c 

11 (52) Phillips Jessq, r 

12 (53) Persall Alfred, c 

14 (51) Robinson George, < 

15 (48) Finley Jack, c 

20 (43) Ellen W ^I, c 

21 (44) Hardeman Harris, <* 

22 (41) Wilkers6n Johrp, r 

23 (44) McQueen Wm, c 

24 (41) Phillips ^Sidney, c 

25 (40) Smith Jdhn^ r 

26 (39) Smith* I^, c 

27 (38) Vacant ^ 
27 (26) Rivers Washington, c 



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30 (37) Lynes Mrs T R 

Mangu in interxecU. 
38 (24) Johnson Catharine. 
40 Williams Carrie, r 
43 (3O Sanders Ansell, r 

46 (21) Brown Jerry, < 

47 (20) Lumpkins iohn, r 

51 (18) Cates Sallie, t 

52 (19) Arnold Joseph. < 

53 (16) Strickland A, r 

57 (14) Lowe Lizzie, t' 

58 (15) Pitman James, i 
62 (13) Sanders George, <■ 
66 (ii) Jenkins Lon, c 

68 (13) Beulah Fanny,, 
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18 (16) Gaines R C 

22 Spratt W T 

25 Carter Eliza, <; 

26 Jones T W 

29 Foster T C 

30 Mercer J L 

33 Verner J J 

34 Lumpkin A 1> 
38 Ware W E 
42 Dewberry B F 
46 Torrey H L 

Howell inter secUt. 
55 Unfinished 
59 Leonard T 

63 (49) Taylor J 

64 Jester S H 
71 Watson W 



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Artists' Goods, Reliable Mixed Paints, Ac 

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75 Cherry Mrs M G 

76 Rasbury J C 

79 Ozmer Mrs E O 

83 Cunningham K, c 

84 Watson W, r 

85 Elliott C, c 
92 Huss Mrs E J 



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W Peters, Ward i. 
24 Hill Berry, r 
29 Jones G M 
. Stevens J M 
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Willingham & Co 
24 Williams F, c 
26 Hall H, c 
30 White G, r 
32 Moody J, r 
66 (18) Simmons G, r 
70 (17) Upshaw P, {■ 
70 Morgan M, ^ "^ 
74 (16) Powell J, c 
'77 Jones J, c 

78 Thomas M, r 

79 (47) Russell A, c 

80 Clark J, c 

81 (47) Underwood C. i 
Ss (40) Hollins R, c 

84 Stevens T, c 

85 (40) Shelton L, r 



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98 WHITEHAIili STREET. 

j See Pace 57. 




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CALL ON 1 

OVERTON & DUNN. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers. 

Best Domestic Coa.s at Lowest prices. 

TEL. 804. Yards 91 . Ga. R. R. $t. 



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89 (80) Harris E, c 
92 Hemphill L, c 



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Ward 5. J [ 

W. & A. R. R. intersects. 
E. T. , V. & G. R. R. intexsects. 
Elliott intersects. 
Callahan Mrs A A 

(21) West Mrs SS 

(22) Laird R W 
(24) Farr J W 

Third Baptist Cljiurch 
35 Vacant 
" (30) Rowell Mrs S C 
(33) Gilbert T B 

(37) Holtzeclaw Mrs i^ J 
(39) Bowden W T 

(38) Letherwood W N 

(41) Nunn H H 
(43) Withers Mrs M E 

(42) Creig Mrs J T 
(46) Hammett W A 

Mangum intersects. 
(50) Lyon J A 
(55) Mitchell Rev 
(54) Awtrey M F 

(59) Baird J C 
(58) Vacant 

(63) Murphy J W. 

(60) Gayle C J 
(62) Hopper T F 
(65) Wood Mrs H E 

(64) Ford Mrs Billie 

(67) Humphries Josepl 

(68) Spinks W A 



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75 (69). Yarbrav \Vm 
77 (7i>Tibbs W p 
78(7o)JettJ B ;! 
81 Vaughn W I) |^ 



82 (80) Guess E If 

83 (81) Gray Mrs; L A 

Gray interpecU. 

87 (83) Smith Jes$e 

92 (88) Shelton Mrs Ann K 

95.(89) Roper J I^T 

96 (^90) Henika JjH 

99 (91) Brooks Mrs Isabella 
100 (94) Cooper J fl' 
loi (93) Ware J Si 

104 (96) Hall BerrVman 

105 (95) Roberts Mrs I M 
108 (98) Squires J iN 

Ill (95) Benner C|iarles 
115 (97) Brown B'N 
119 ( I o I ) rHowell %' J 
123 (io3);podge:njJ T 

127 (123) Saye J It 

128 (122). 3'urnage J W • 

131 (^125) Sisson J D 

132 (124) Winn \)^H 

133 (127) Waters p F 

137 (129) Barnwe^ J M 

138 Vacant ^ 

JUNIPER, from'Nonth ave n 
beyond limits i e of Peach- 
tree, Ward 6. j 



KELLY, from Fair s to Clarke, 
I e of Connally^ Ward 3. 



14 (4) Minor T A 
16 Mc Waters R S 
18 (8) Robbins J W 
24 (10) Marbut'S P 
26 (12) Herren J S 
29 (13) Galceran M P 

Woodivard ave intersect". 
37 (15) Boyd G W 

39 (17) Yekel Henry 

40 (20) Kent W R 

42 (22) Hunt Mrs M E 
46 (28) Coleman J I 
48 (30) McGee J L 
52 (32) Sears N S 
55 (35) Sizemore E A , 
59 (37) Marshall Mrs J 
61 (39) Grant Allen, f 
63 (41) Thomas Isaac, r 
79 (5O Webb Mrs 
84 (85) Bass J B 
88(87)CoitFB 
92 (89) Bredwall M L 
91 Weimer Louis 
96 (91) Helmer C G 
100 (93) Brown W C 
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III (98) Phillips T L 
113 (100) Beall Mrs M E 




KENNEDY, from Gray w to 
limits, 6 n of Simpson, 
Ward 5 

2-4 Vacant j 

8 Vacant | 

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10 (32) Tate Joseph, i } 

15 (3) Haynes C T j I 

16 (41) Allen G VV D ■ 

W. H. CHASE, Agt., 

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KEAS 72 MARIETTA ST. 

Telephone 1420. 



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Lambert inter^ect<. 
94 (68) Nance John 



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KIMBALL, from Peachtree w 
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4 Anderson Rev W D 
12 Richardson E H 
17 (38) Morris James Allen 

22 (25) Kimball Mrs J C 

23 (34) Youngblood A P 
29 (32) Bell T H 

2,6 Kingsbery Joseph 
Spring intersects. 
Williams intersej'ts. 
Cherry inter.iecti<. 
(7) South James 
Lowman S A 
Byers W L 
Plum intersects. 




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Jones, I e of Martin, Ward 3. 
2-12 Sou Furniture Co 
Sou Spring Bed Co 
Sou Lounge Co 
Atlanta Machine Wks 
20 (7) Lynn W T 
24 (6) Bussey S T 
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11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 801 
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Hunter intersects. 
33 McCandless & Bro 

38 Phillips Carolitie, r 

39 (20) Sizemore J P 

40 Vacant 

44 (24) King W A 

Fair intersects. 
54 (42) Vacant 

59 Vacant 

60 (58) Flemister M, c 

61 Johnson R M 

63 Mobley W H 

64 (60) Grant T S 

67 Gill Mrs M V 

68 Isaac Henry, c 
71 Thompson J R 
75 Loveless J E 





KRIES, from Glenn s beyond 
limits, I w of Humphries. 



KUHRT, from Humphries n t 
to McDaniel, i s of Chapel; 
Ward I. 
6 Simpson Archie, c ( 

10 Thomas Minnie, f 

12 Williams Josephine, t 

18 Kidd James, c 

20 Mahone Ike, c 

24 Strozier Miles, c 

36 Watson Sophia, r 

40 (5) Willis S W, r 

44 (3) Psrks John, c 

48 Anderson Malinda, i 



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(45) Jackson, Thomas, <• 
(47) Anderson Henry, c 
(50) Buck J W 

(54) Walker Nelson, c 

(55) Underwood Wm 

(56) Bourn T W 

(57) Sockwell J L 

(59) McQuirtcr Mack, i' 

LAMPKIN, from Jackson e 
bet Highland ave and Hous- 
ton 

' 21 Howell Mrs HO 
27 Anderson J D 



LANE, from Georgia R R n to 
Edgewood ave, from which it 
is continued as Randolph 



LARKIN, from .Walker w, 
of Fair, .Ward i. 

1 2 Finke Hv H F 

13 Hewitt A 

14 Kendrick John F 

16 Vacant 

17 Lennon Nett, t' 

18 Nelms Eugene A 
22 Eason Simon J 

L(nce*8 at v/yminencef<. 
25 (23) Hunter Henry 

28 (22) Kelly Benjamin M 

29 Jordan Charles W 

32 (24) George Jackson L 

33 Johnson N T 

36 Vaughn E L 

37 (35) Davis Andrew W 
43 Foote Charles 



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45 (ireen David A 

49 Stockton Edwin D 

50 (40) Chapman^'Mrs S A 

Chapel interaecU. 
54 (44) Pittman Jackson G 
56 Latham James M 
61 (55)0'DonnellyJ 
65 (57) Morrison M D 
Green's Ferry ave commences. 
67 (61) Herndon J E 

73 (65) Nealy E D 

Weaver J W 

74 Hogan P F. r 
77 (69) Oliver C J 
79 (73) Roberts J A 

82 (74) Morns Emma, c 

87 (81) Milliner Anthony, c 

88 (90) Bender Davis, c 

89 (85) Thompson Hattie, c 

90 (92) Jones Starling, r 

92 (94) McDowell Seaborn, c 

93 (9O Simons Charles, c 

94 (96) Thompson Cora, c 

95 Butler Edward, c 

96 (98) Washington George, c 

97 Bowen Simon, c 

98 Morton Maggie, c 
100 (100) Davis Virgil, c 
loi Davenport Isaac, c 

102 Dickson Hattie, c 

103 Bentley Simeon, c 
108 (104) Spencer J M, c 
no (106) Hutchison Mary, c 

111 (133) Harper Henry, c 

112 (108) Smith Sandy, c 

113 Uzz) Bonham J, c 
1 15 Walker Mrs E 

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LARKIN— Cont'd 

119 (137) Thomas Sarah, c 

123 (133) Pearson F, c 

125 Brown Bettie, c 

127 (149) Clark Carrie 

131 (151) Avery Clark, c 

144 Humphries Mrs Narcissa 

Latham commence. 
146 Smith Jonas, c 
150 Rachel Frank, c 

153 (120) Walker Lou, c 

154 (121) Singleton Robert, c 

155 Bogan Isham, c 

156 Hill Shadrick, c 

157 (158) Williams Roxie, c 

158 Lattimore Emma, c 

159 (52) Baker Howard, c 

160 Turner Mary, c 

161 (51) Labode R, c 
163 Breedlove Milus, c 



LATHAM, from 144 Larkin 
south, 2 e of Roach, Ward i. 

2 Merriwether Alex, c 

3 Gravitt Mrs Mary 

4 Jones James, c 

5 Dean Miss Mattie 

6 Merrill Charlotte, c 

7 Stegall Mrs N- 

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LATIMER, from Luckie s w to 
W & A R R, Ward 5. 

8 (152) Hadley C T 

9 (149) Waters ST 
13 (151) Duckett I E 

16 (158) Kincannon Mrs M E 

LAWS HE, from Green's Ferry 
ave n, i wof Batde, Ward i. 



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PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN— I 

Raising and moving Buiiilingi, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Saiety. Special FA-ciliiies 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21>iE. Alabama. 



9 (22) Gardner Louisa, c 
13 (23) Glass Ida, c 
15 (24) McAffee Charlotte, c 
17 (25) Vacant 
19 (26) Vacant 
23 (10) Wallace Susan, c 
27 Vacant 
29 Vacant 
31 McCoy Kellis, c 
^2, McCoy Patsy, c 
35 (12) Word James 
51 Dominick Sallie, c 
53 (2) Clark Jacob, c 



Fair intersects. 
LEACH, from W Hunter n, i 
w of Chestnut, Ward i. 
Harmer J, c 
Neil N S, r 
Bell W, c 
Williams M, <: 
Love C G 
Appling H B 
Crawford R, ^ 
5 McClain L, c 
(20) Martin E M, ^ 
23 Colley J W 
29 Herden G . 
32 Davis W L 

LEE, from eastern extremity of 
E Fair n to Ga R R, i e of 
Pearl. 
7 Hulsey W H 

Myers Henry 

Wellham J T 

Wells W A 

Terry O T 



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99 and 64 Peaohtree Street. 



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Old No., 17 and 19 Whitehall Street. 
New No., 15 and 17. 



Gunby Mrs Tempie 
^^a^ston J H 
Bradbury I J 
Jackson Warren. < 

LEE'S AVE, from State w to 
Curran, i s of Emmett. North 
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LEONARD, from W Peters n 
w to Green's, Ferry ave. ^ v 
of Humphries, Ward i. 
I Crabtree W M 
3 Trieb Felix 
9 (5) Camp M H 

II (7)^uck T W 

13 (9) Kreis J W 

17 (11) Roesel G E 

23 Trinity Home Mission 

24 (4) Kile W C 

25 Little W P 

Oiapel intersects. 
35 (2) Jones W A 

LUa comniencey. 
51 (i) Jones T J 

Arwood C C 
53 (3) Smith Adolph 
54-56 Bobo J H 
57 (5) Parker W P 
59 (7) Abercrombie W J 
63 (9) Fleming J L 
65 (11) Scoggins Mrs M W 
69 (13) Blackstock Thos 
71 (15) Do(|6on Napoleon 

Ramsom Nicholas 
74 (14) Hollingsworth I L 
77 (19) Leonard St Or Home 
76-100 Spelman Seminary 



Broomhead commences. 
Culver ijitersects. 
Henry intersects. 

LESTER, near the western lim- 
its n of Hunter, and bet Vine 
and Arthur. . 1 



LIBERTY, from Humphries n 
e to Holland, i n of Chapel, 
Ward I. ? 

(2) Mackeroy Amanda, f *t> 
(2) Moody Robert, r C >» 

(j;) Yapp J A, r 

(6) Smith Warren, t' 

(7) Daniel G B 

(9) St Elme J M 

(10) Vaughn Charles, 
Gossett John, c 
(ii)LyleMB ^ 
(12) Presnell G W 
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LINDEN, from W Peachtree e 
to Boulevard and w to Orme, 
Wards 4, 5 and 6, formerly 
Cox and Mayer st. 

GOING E.AST. | 

4 (I) Visby CI | 

16 Hutchison J A ' ' 
Hutchison H G 

17 (18) Jones D G 

20 (19) Locke A H 

21 (20) Fitten J H 

Peachtree interseeti<. 

71 (81) Thomas L W 

72 (82) Jones Jack 
CouHland ave intersects. 

'PHONE 657. 

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{en'l Insurance Igents 

Fire, TAfe, Accident and 
Plate Glaaa. 

14 S. Broad Street ATLANTA, 6 A. 



SOUTHERN BELTING CO. 

61 DBCKTUR 8TRBBT. 



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78 (86) Keely Maxey 
Willow ends. 
Piedmont ave intersecti<. 

136 Evans E M 

T42 McCall J K 

147 Watts A, r 

152 Stokes Ellen, c 

156 Bennett Wm, c 

160 White W H, r 

164 Bivins L G, r 

168 Stokes E, c 

172 Pullen W, c 

176 Rush W W, c 

180 Cook L A 

Butler iriiersect*. 

208 Jones R P 
211 Ambler EM 
215 Maddox Mrs A 
2 28ArberryJW 
232 Mewborn T W 
236 Hay S R • . 

240 Boggus F M . 
244 Barber H T 
246 Connell J N 
248 Johns W T 

Pearl iiitersects. 
252 Farmer J H 
256 Duncan M M 
260 Freeland C M 
264 Blanton B, c 
268 Vacant 
272 Burdett John 

GOING WEST. 
Spring intersects. 
Williams intersects. 
74 Mosely Harriet, c 
79 Dabner, Wm. <r 



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69 WHITEHALL STREET, 

WHOLESALE :IID RETAIL 

JEWELERS. 

Largest Stock, Lowest Prices. 



TKIFOD - FfllNT - CO-. 

MANUFACTURERS OF | 

READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Lead,!-Coat Carriage Faints.SiC 



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Office 56-58 Marietta Stree 



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80 (25) Graves Henry, 

81 Rhodes Emeline, < 
S;^ Reed John, ^ 

87 Winship Booker, c 

88 Holleman Henry, f 
90 Ayers Lou, c 

92 Thomas W R, r 

93 Wright J H,^ 

94 Watson Augustus, r 

95 Nichols Mrs Annie 
97 Brown Sarah, c 

Orme intersect. 



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Kennedy, 1 w ot Chestnut. 




LITTLE, Vrom PryoiUoJIill 
s of Geor&ia ave, Ward z 
LtOy(t\inter sects. 
Washingtbii intersects, 
(i) s s, Oldknow J W 
(i) n s, CreV J W, 
(3) Smith H N 
Creiv intersects. 
Capitol ave intersects. 
. Kempton Mrs A B 
Blackburn J C 

Eraser interseeU. 
(41) Clark J T, c 
Vacant 
Weaver C C 
Cumstock G W 
Beadles J S, r 
(24) Hall S J, r 

Reed intersects. 
Hill C W, r 
Harris Emeline, c 
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Lap Robes, Horse BlaDkets, 

AND WHIPS OF ALL KINDS. 

9 S. Bpoad St. 

LITTLE— Cont'd , 
Wright John, c 
Westmoreland Wm, c 
Parker James, c 
(40) Turner Nathan, r 
Martin intersects. 
Reynolds Jane, c 
Lackey Thomas, c 
(90) Leek John, c 
(52) Ford Edward, c 
(62) Williamson J P 
Brand L C 
Jones Walter, i- 
Connally ends. 
Turner B Y, c 
Battle Tamer, c 
Shely Ellen, c 
Garden intersects. 
(197) Morrow Cicero, c 
(201) Dennis Mrs A M 
Paris A P 
< (203) Paris J A 

LOGAN, from Martin e to 
Grant, i s of Woodward ave. 
Ward 3 * 

1 1 (4) Kelly R F 

13 (12) McDermott M P 

14 Cone O F, ^ 

17 Jepson J L 

18 Calbert J, c 
23 Ramey J S 

25 (19) Banks Patrick, c 

27 (19) Johnson Gilbert, c 

28 (20) Washington George, c 

29 (23) Solomon M, c 

30 (22) Luster Millie, c 
32 Coachman Celia, c 



33 (25) Peeples Emily, c 
35 Evans Ida, c 
39 (29) Whitaker F M, <• 
41 Storey Elizabeth, c 

Werner commences. 
45 Gutermuth Henry 
49 Willis J B 

Connolly intersects. 

Kelly intersects. 

Hill intersects. 

111 Hunt Rev W H 

112 Clayton T A 

115 (9) William's W A 
119 (11) Smith M W 
123 (13) Carson J B 
125 (15) Phillips T L 
Broyles ends. 

134 (18) McWilliams T J 

135 (17) Dorsey WHS 
Robbins R J 

138 Dodge J B 

139 (19) Murphy C P 
142 (22) Vacant 

147 Wilson W A 

148 (26) Apperson J A 
152 (30) Powers A P 

LOGANS ALLEY, from Hous- 
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Ward 6. 



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Spencer, i w of Davis, Ward 



LOVE, from Pryor e to Hill, 2 
s of Georgia ave. Ward 3. 
Loyd intersects. 

BUY YOUR PAINTING SUPPLIES OF 

Soitlierii Faint is Ulass Co., 

No. 39 S. Broad St., Dealers in 

Window and Plate 6lass, Oils, Paints, 

Brushes, T&nislies, Faiaten' Supplies, Etc. 
No. 39 South Broad St., ATLANTA. 



AT leVi SOUTH BROAD ST. 

CAN ae HAD ALL KINDS OF 

Lumber, Laths, Shingles, of the 



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LOVE— Cont'd 

Washington intersects. 

Grew intersects. 
Capitol ave intersects. 
Eraser intersects. 
Granberry Lewis, c 
Vacant 
14 Gunderson Elef 
10 Spray berry W H E 
Bennett Musgrove 

Terry ends. 
Shockley Edmund, c 
Vacant 

Martin intersects. 
Sparks Mrs Fannie 
(i9( McNeir Morgan, i 
(21) Hunt Annie, c 

Connally intersects. 

(30) Jackson Charles, r 

Garden intersects. 



LOVEJOY, from Simpson h to 
North ave, i w of Orme, 
Ward 5. 

12 Freeman Albert, c 
16 (5) Travits Daniel, r 

Powers intersects. 
22 Oeskger Ignatz 
26 Davis J S, r 

Alexander intersects. 
Mills intersects. 
63 Harper Ellen, c \ 
Hunnicutt intersects. 
94 Hahn E F 
96 Vacant 

98 Vacant 

99 Cason E M 

104 Hollywood B W 



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98 WHITEHALL STREET. 

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1 06 (100) Harper J S 
115 Mann Richard, c 

. Pine intersects. 
119 Wingfield Sarah, c 
123 Stokes Marshall, c 
125 Hightower Freeman, 
127 Lee Henry, c 
129 Carroll Julia, c 
131 Dennis Asberry, c 

135 (49) Reeves J M 

136 (50) Sheehan M A 

139 (51) Hawes L A' 

140 (52) Kilpatrick J T 

143 (53) Knee Herman 
Merritt's ave intersects. 

144 (54) Bedford H H 

Linden intersects. 
180 Jackson Ira c 
182 Catley Richard 
184 Moore Jerry, c 

North ave intersects. 



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I and 5 
32 Alexander S, r 
34 Butler L, c 
36 Chot ], c ' 
38 Aerie O, c 
40 Hill R, c 
42 Dinkins C, c 
44 Patrick J, c 
46 Rosse T, c 

Carter intersects. 

50 Walker J T 

51 Harmon B, r 

53 Harmon W, c 

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Leather and Rubber 

Hose, Packing, Ac. 
47 and 49 S. Broad Street 

LOWE— Cont'd 

55 Upsher T B 

56 Lylie J I) 

57 Mall J, c 

58 Plunkett A F 
60 Vacant 

62 Apsom G 

Rhodes intersects. 
66 (31) Ack A M 
68 (29) Green P 
70 Overbey L A 
74CaliffJ 

78 Fenton M R 

79 Dedmon M L 

80 (21) McDowell C C 
82 Mitcham W F 
83(10) Pace J W 

94 Patterson S G 

Magnolia intersects. 
Rigdon commences. 

109 (16) Bryant Laura, c 
Foundry intersects. 

129 Grim W M 

13^ (5)^right James M 

137* (4) Stamps O L 

140 (3) Wright M J 

145 La Fontaine J A 

146 (2) Johnson T F 

LOWE'S ALLEY, from Larkin 
s e to Walker, i e of Chapel, 
Ward I. 



LOWNDS ALLEY, from. Lin- 
den n to Merritts ave i e of 
Piedmont ave. 



LOYD, from Decatur s w to 
limits, I s e of Pryor, Wards 

2 and 6. 

3 Rockwell & Harris 

4 Irby G H Horse Shoeing Co 
6 (s) Sciple Sons 

10 (12) Jones W R 

Atl Stone & Granite Co 
Hooks H E & Co 
Walsh & McAlpin 
Liddell & Johnson 
10^ (12^) Bristol House 
14 (12) Beach Bros I 
14 (16) Brady, Miller Feed & 

Sale Stables, The 
16 (18) Patterson H M 

Wall ends. 
20 Herndon A T 
22-24 Markham House 
Union Depot j 
Railroads intersect. 

Alabama ends. 
Georgia Frt Depot 
Waverly place cammences. 

45 (43) Swift C H 

49 Bank of the State of Ga 

52 Robbins Bros 

53-55 (51-53) Redd J F 
58 Carroll M C | 

66 Justice Wm J 
70 Magill M E 

A M E Church 
Hunter interseck. 
Church of The Immaculate 
Conception 
79 Crouch G 
81 Lovett S J 
85 McCaul C A 



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LOYD— Cont'd 

86 (80) Academy of The Im- 

maculate Concept'n 

87 (85) Word Wm B 

91 (87) Reed M 

92 Baldwin C H 
95 Cook S L 

98 (96) Cannon Mrs E 

99 (97) FoUansbee M 
105 (136) Davis A L 

Mitchell intersects. 
14 Atl Newspaper Union 
17 (119) Webb Wm H 
25 Tolleson J R 
27 Johnston H 
31 (129) Boyles S F 
41 (135) Vacant 

Trinity ave intersects. 
48 (144) Moore Mrs E 
50 Vacant 

53 (139) RuckerJT 

54 Oppenheim S H 

56 Frank F 

57 (143) Dittler A 

59 (145) Tishman M 

60 Dyer G A 

62 (154) Davis E D 

63 (147) Fleishman L W 

64 Doyle M 

67 (149) Fluker J M 

68 Gannon M A 

69 (151) Regenstein M 
71 (153) Shields DH 

Gamett ends. 
74 Byers J L 
85 (181) Bowen J B 
89 Blanton J J 
89 (185) Fredeking A E 



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MILWAUKEE B^ER. 

11 and 13 Mitchell and bs and 80 
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213 (193) Cannon N C 
217 O'Neal Walter, c 
221 Johnson Mamie, c 

Woodward ave int^sects. 

Rawson inter sedjts. 
Stokes Evans, c 
Cash James, c 

Alice interseeti. 
Richardson interiectt. 
Clemmons Jno F i 

Crumley interseiti. 
(400) Wiggins Mrfe L B 
Pelot E B [ 

Glenn intersecis. 
Conley J C 
Meyef B R 
Cook John 
Wrigley Jno T 
Georgia ave intersects. 
JJass intersect^. 



LUCKIE, from Peachtree at 
Broad, n w to North ave, 
Wards 5 and 6. 
II (5) McKieC D 

Forsytii intersects. 
24 White W Woods 

26 (24) Christian Mr\ E A 

27 (23) Vacant 
30 (26) Loyd John Y. 

Fairlie intersects. 

33 (27) Davis Mrs M 

34 (28) Wing John E 

37 (29) White J T 

38 Ford Mrs M 

41 (33) Scott W H 

42 (52) Mackey Oscajr S 



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LUCKIE— Cont'd 

45 (35) Merrill Mrs E E 

46 (34) Saloshirt Gustave 
; Gme inter aect^*. 

49 Saunders Henry G 

51 Jordan Cornelius 

55 (53) Watts Mrs Mary A 

. Spring intersects. 
63 (59) Mackey James E 
67 (51) Northen'Mrs M S 
69 Redwtne Mrs Leila 
71 Tuggle Mrs E B 

74 (58) Reese Joseph 

75 (65) Trenary \Vm F 
79 (67) Roberts Wm J 

81 (69) Hardin John O H 

84 (60) Sims John W 

85 (71) Tolbert Wm C 

87 Rice Wm W 

88 (62) Quillian Fletcher A 

91 (79) Ware George 

92 Scrutchin Thomas 

98 (84) Martin Zachariah 
Bartow intersect*. 

03 (89) Amosson Henry 

04 (88) Beard Charles R 

09 (93) White Wm J 

10 Rigutti Adolpho 

13 (95) Jones Patrick S 

14 Hancock James A 

15 (97) Thompson Mrs A E 

16 Butterworth W A 
18 Sheldon Charles A 
22 Caldecott G C A 
28 (106) Sterling Witt L 

Cain ends. 
31 (105) Johnson Mrs C A 
33 (107) Wood J F 



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135 (109) Smith G W 

136 (168) Yarbrough B F 

139 (III) Walker H C 

140 )ii2) l^ambuth Robert W 
142 Baldwin Silvanus M 

144 Ellington Rev AO 

145 (115) Lineras Florentine 

148 Weaver R O 

149 (117) Llorens Joseph 

151 Hornsby Mrs Sarah 
Hay den end.'i. 

152 Stephens Wm J H 
156 (124) McCalla Charles R 
1158 Herrington Alexander P 

161 (129) Cameron W H 

162 (130) Cadle Wm H 
Foundry ends. 

Harris intersects. 
168 (136) Bartlett N M 

172 (138) McCown E P 

173 (137) LeVan W H 
176-178 Hold Mrs E 
177 (141) Brower L W 

180 Paun L M 

181 (143) Doonan Francis 

182 (144) Anthony J N 

186 (146) Hanlon Patrick 

187 (147) Ramey S F 

190 (148) Shaw F M 
Earl intersects. 

191 (149) Campbell Mrs D 
Moon J L 

195 Fincher J C . 
Tate G L 

198 (154) Roden C C ; 

199 (159) Landrum S P " 
202 (158) Brown W H 

Smith N F 



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LUCKIE— ContM 
203 (161) Hamby A F 
206 (162) Stout S V I) 
Landen T E 

209 Boyd G W 

HaU. commences. 

210 (164) Holderby A R 

Thurmond commences. 
212 ^166) Shepherd J T 
215 (169) Aiken Mrs Lucy 

218 (168) Doyle G S 

219 (171) Boyce VV J 
224 (174) Stewart M L 
226 (172) Peacock A T 

226 (178) McNinch Mrs M A 
Moore Memorial Ch 
Baker ends. 
Latimer commenceif. 
232 (182) Hackett J S 

236 (186) Burch T G 

237 (187) Saye W L 

245 (199) Higgins B T 

246 (196) Kirk W D 
248 Hawkins Mrs Mary 
250 (200) Sledge John 

252 (200) Rendrick Mrs M 

253 (201) Nally Mrs Sallie 

256 (202) Menken Mrs S 

Simpson intersects. 
Mitchell «&: Parker 

257 (203) Morris D P 

261 (205) Grubbs Mrs A J 
265 (207) McGee Mrs Mary " 
269 (209) Carter W M 

271 (211) Carter C M 

272 (208) Miles Mrs E 

276 (210) Cashman P C 

277 (223) Davidson AT 



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HEADQUARTERS FOR 

STAMPS, OTAMP 

EALS, OUPPLIES. 

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— CONTRAOTORSi IN— 

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Raising and IDovinji Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Building^ Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special F cliiiiw 

for Moving Heavy IVrticles. 

Telephone 344. 2 1>^E. Alabama. 

280 (228) Sacred Heart Convent 
284 (230) Nichols ^^ rs M J 

Alexander intersects. 
294 (232) Adams A Q 
302 (242) Bowen A J 
305 (245) Manassevjtz Samuel 
310 (246) Kuhns J H 
Mills intersects. 

313 (251) Vacant 

314 (250) Hunter J 

319 (253) McHenry 

320 (262) Orr W B 

323 (259) Johnson (\ E 

324 (264) Hoyt D 

327 (261) Estes G P 

328 (266) Jarrell R ; 

Peacock JjY 
33^ (263) Johnson oirie 
332 (268) Thrower J 

335 (265) Nix J W 

Carson M 

336 (270) Richards ^ R 

339 (269) Saye R A 

340 Arnold VV N 
Payne's M E Ch S 

Hunnicutt intetsecis. 
345 Barrett V M 
349 (279) Keenan W 
Morgan C 

353 (281) Watson W 

Autry Raifbrd 

354 (282) Belk Rev ^ R 

359 (287) Reeve J H| 

360 (286) Hammond jMrs C J 

363 (^89) Davis J T 

364 Baker H E 

365 (291) Moore Aut^y 
366* (292) McLean DjA 



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Old No.. 1 7 and 1 9 Whitehall Street. 

New Ko.. IS and 17. 



'OKIE— Con fd 

■ (293) Lofton 1 H 

; (303) Davis Miss l.iz/ic 
) (304) Gaines R J 
• (305) Moiintcastle K \N 
) (^oO) Ranks M G 
; (307VHartsfield J H 
! (3oS\ Anderson R (i 
^ (310) Bishop 1 H ' 
) (312) Fickett Mrs M J 

1 {3^3"* \^'hatley Mrs Georgia 
> (312) VanHouten F » 

Merntts ave f/j7^rsrr/>. 
) (3^5). Fetter Mrs Anna 
\ (314) Harbuck C H 
5 Von Derail FJ 

■ B«llingrath Herman 
[ (319) \yelch 1 H 
H31S) Taylor G W 

S (320) Gordofi C 
: (322) Allen G P 
5 (333) Harris A L 

3 (334) Abbey T H 
D (338) Knox F E 

2 (340) Walker Victor 

4 McLean D A 

5 (345) Shearer W C 

Gresham inter nectt. 

8 (344) James G L 

2 (346) Shearer Mrs Emma 

5 (339^ Alexander John 

6 (348) Long P H ' 

9 (341) Kitrhings W H 
o (350) Carter G A 

Xesbit emU. 

3 (343) Guthrie W R 
6 Bumpstead M A 



460 (354) Edwards H 
4()4 {T^S^^^ Swords C M 

LLCV. from De( atur n to (iar 
troll. 2 e of N'oniic. Ward .\ 
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9 Miller S S 

1 : Bridwcll 1 W 

1 5 Blackman 1 M 

/; Whitley W" F 

2 1 (4) Pt>indcxtcr J L 
25 Smith A E 

29 Smith r N 
45 Shide A I 



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North ave, 2 
Ward 5. 
1 Waitt M (t 
3 Black Mrs A 
7 (.2) Prater EL 
9 (4) Rum])h G W 

13 (6) Bailey Mrs S E 

14 (7) Lackey J M 
17 (8) Smith 'N B 

21 (11) Campbell Mrs Emma 
24 (12) Akins M M 
26 (14) Pilgrim L 

AJexnnder intersects. 
^ilh intersects. 

61 .(28) Forsyth Mrs Eliza 

62 Jarvis C E 

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63 (61) Aslin Mrs F E 
66 (60) Dn^rnr D H 

Mnnnii nl roinmrnrrs, 
69 (63) AlUlay A W ' 

71 (67) Hart JT 

Duncan T M 

72 (62) Harris J B 

75 (71) Astin ST 

76 (21) Harris Mrs M A 

78 (23) Castleberry Cohmihus i 

79 (75) Belliveau Mrs E D 
«2 (76) Pett'way (i M 

83 (79) »>ovvd Mrs E A 

Faulkenberry J J 

84 (27) Booker Mrs S A 

Hnnn ivittf intrrxpffj*. 
88 Vacant 

90 Young R F 

91 (26) Padgett J H 

94 (25) Johnson R S 

95 (28) Turner J L 

96 (27) Crute Mrs Roana 
99 (30) Jones M R 

100 (29^ Budden C E 

103 (32) Miller J M 

104 (31) Harris W R 

105 (34) Nix R M 
108 (37) Woodbury J~F 
no (41) Askea C R 

Pitie infersectf. 

114 (43) Weaver John 

115 Edwards Amanda, r 

116 (45) Langston W J 

117 (44) Harris J H 

121 (46) Chambers J D 

Stanford Mrs M E 

122 (49) Dean W^ E 



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r24 (50) VV^inkler Herman 

125 (48) HutchinsS (^ 

126 (53) Rex Wm 
129 (50) Jones T O 
L33 (52) Jennings Hejnrv 
'35 (54) P>all J W 
137 Arnold W T 

Mrrritfj* Am inf^»^ecU. 
()fphard Ave^inf/>r.^eefs 

181 (82) Wright Edg.r 

182 Roffe H T 

185 Treadwell Charlels 

186 (85) George Arthur 
188 Johnson C M 



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WHOLESALE .tlD KKTAIL 

JEWELERS. 

Largest Stock, Lo we st Prices. 

SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUPFS BEAXTTIPULLY DOiiH 

EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRY, 



McDANTEL, from ^Vhu 
to Peters and s to 
Wards i and 2. 

GOING NORTt . 

Central R. R. inUrsectif 
16 (27) Cox Mrs L II 
19 Pritchett Jane N 

Peters intersects 
$S McCollough George, c 
39 (33) Flinn R F ^ 

Gemumien commences. 
41 Woodford Augustus, c 
45 Sheets Clara, c 
49 Wood Stephen, c 

51 Page Sarah, c 

52 Callaway Augustus, 

53 Vaughn Lucy A, \ 

54 Cato Augustus, c 

55 Woodall Isham, c 

56 Carwell Ella, c 

57 Stevens Hardy, i 

58 (ireer Anna, c 
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McDANIEL— Cont'd 
59 Brooks Sallie, c 
61 Autrey Emiline, f 
63 Murphy Dilmar, r 

67 Gardner Clark, c 

68 Sanders Eli^a, c 

71 (18) Sheftall Philoman, c^ 

GOING SOUTH. 

Hightower commences. 
32 Vacant 
59 (53) Vacant 
49 {59) Cheeves Thomas, <: 

51 (61) Vacant 

52 (62) Barwald David 

53 {63) Harper W A 

54 (64)^Russey J W 

55 (63^) Balch G W 

57 (65) Harper W A 

58 Harper J W 

59 (67) Stewart Wm 

Wells commences. 
61 (67) Young J W 

63 (66) Vacant 

64 (68) Ware E G 

•65 (71) Jonnson Charles, f 

67 (71) Holmes Lewis, r 

68 (79) Terry J M 

72 Mims H J 
Neville J J 

76 (74) Emanuel Nathan 

77 (81) Robbins J M 
80 (76) Andrews A B 

83 (83) Clarke Rev A T 

84 (78) Miller J^Irs S E 

Richardson ends. 

87 (85) Mower E E 

88 (86) O'Tyson M 

89 (87) Noyes W J 



93 (89) Budden E R 

95 (91) Golden Frank 

96 (88) Price W H H 
99 (93) Golden F J 

103 (93) Gomez G P 
107 (95) Bentley J E 
III (97) Shore Robert 

115 (99) Strickling H E 

116 (104) Griggs L G 

118 Davison W F , 

124 (108) Pinkston Wm, c 

Crumley ends. 
128 (10) Walker Alonzo, c 
132 (112) Read Ike, c 
136 Gardner Joseph, c 

139 (121) Flemings Mrs M 

140 Mills Peter, c 

141 (123) Lougee D B 
Pinion Luther 

142 Vacant 

143 (125) Wilkes Chas, c 
146(126) KerlenS A G 

147 (129) Pelman Mrs H 

148 (130) Young Wm, c 
151 (133) Carlton Mrs Ann 
157 (139) Beck Frances, c 
162 (138) Hale G W 

164 (239) Justice Green, c 

Glenn intersect^. 
168 Vacant 
170 Vacant 
180 (150) Tate George W, c 

Georgia ave intersects. 
206 (172) Woodin Harry, c 
210 (174) McGuire Rev M C, < 
212 (176) Gray Cornelia, c 
214 (174) Miles A M, ^ 
216 (176) Conty Edward, c 







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218 (178) Cosby Abe, c 
220 Crew Hattie, c 
222 (180) Coleman Green, r 
224 Mitchell Thomas, c 
Eads intersects. 
ETV&GRR inter.^€cU. 
248 Vacant 
250 Vacant 
252 Vacant 

Stephens inter secU. 

Berrell intersect. 

Rockwell intersect-'^. 

Gardner inter sect<. 



McDANIEL ROAD, from 
Windsor s e to Clark Uni- 
versity. 
Changed to Ridge Road. 

McDonald from S. Boule- 
vard e to Tye, i s of Wood- 
ward ave. 

(20) Crawley Mrs A E 

Crymes W D 

Phillips J H 

Mason Wm 

Henck J S 

C^eland J D 

Rose J W 

Trouton L N 
(9) Sanders T E 
(17) Allen Joseph 

Villerett F U 

Cleland Draton 

Weldon Floyd 

Buchanan J F 

Smith C H 



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Wholesale and Betail Dealers. 

Best Domestic Coais at Lowest Prices. 

TEL. 804. Yards 91 . Ga. r' R. St. 



Jackson W H 

Sealock J H 

Jones J M 
(23) Fenn N J 
(21^ Herren W F 
(19) Blankenship J 

Mcdonough road, con- 
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McMillan, from Mai-ietta n 
beyond limits. 

MACON, from Bleckley ave n 
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MADISON, from Glenn 
of Grant along western 
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MAGNOLIA, from Mar^tta w 
to limits, I s of Foijindry, 
Wards i and 5. 

Walton intersects. 
Marietta inter secU. 
43 (i) Maxwell A A 
43jBroom Miss Roxie 
47 (3) Hansford J J 
47iMaloney Edward 
49 (4) Hansford Mrs A (p 
51 (20) Glen Mary C^al & 

Coke Co 
54 Atlanta Cotton Mills 

C R R intersects. 
59 Vacant 
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McDANlEL— Cont'd 
59 Brooks Sallie, c 
61 Autrey Emiline, i' 
63 Murphy Dilmar, <• 

67 Gardner Clark, ^• 

68 Sanders Eli^a, <: 

71 (18) Sheftall Philoman. 

GOING SOUTH. 

Hightower commences. 
32 Vacant 
59 (53) Vacant 
49 (59) Cheeves Thomas, 

51 (61) Vacant 

52 (62) 6arwald David 

53 {63) Harper W A 

54 (64) Russey J W 

55 (63^) Balch G W 

57 (65)" Harper W A 

58 Harper J W . 

59 (67) Stewart XVm 

Wells commences. 
61 (67) Young J W 

63 (66) Vacant 

64 (68) Ware E G 

65 (71) Jonnson Charles, 

67 (71) Holmes Lewis, c 

68 (79) Terry J M 

72 Mims H J 
Neville J J 

76 (74) Emanuel Nathan 

77 (81) Robbins J M 
80 (76) Andrews A B 

83 (83) Clarke Rev A T 

84 (78) Miller Mrs S E 

Richardson ends. 

87 (85) Mower E E 

88 (86) O'Tyson M 

89 (87) Noyes W J 



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118 
124 

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(91) Golden Frank 
(88) Price W H H 
(93) Golden F J 
(93) Gomez G P 
(95) Bentley J E 
(97) Shore Robert 
(99) Strickling H E 
(104) Griggs L G 
Davison W F 
(108) Pinkston Wm, c 

Crumley ends. 
(10) Walker Alonzo, t 
(112) Read Ike, c 
Gardner Joseph, c 
(121) Flemings Mrs M 
Mills Peter, c 
(123) Lougee D B 
Pinion Luther 
Vacant 

(125) W^ilkes Chas, c 

(126) KerlenS A G 

(129) Pelman Mrs H 

(130) Young Wm, c 
(133) Carlton Mrs Ann 
(139) Beck Frances, c 
(138) Hale G W 
(239) Justice Green, t 

ijrlenn intersects. 
Vacant .7 

Vacant 

(150) Tate George W, c 
• Georgia ave intersects. 
(172) Woodin Harry, c 
(174) McGuire Rev M C, 
(176) Gray Cornelia, c 
(174) Miles A M, ^ 
(176) Conty- Edward, c 







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218 (178) Cosby Abe, r 
J 220 Crevy Hattie, c 
'" 222 (180) Coleman Green, < 
224 Mitchell Thomas, r 
Eads intersects. 
a r\ J"^ T Vd' G R R ivterxecU. 
■^ y 248 Vacant 
g 250 Vacant 
^^ r 2^2 Vacant 
gy Q Stepliens inten^ecU. 

L^ Berrell intersects*, 

X Jj Rockwell intersect.^. 

\H Gardner intersect'*. 



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Wmdsor s e to Clark Uni- 
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Changed to Ridge Road. 

Mcdonald from S. Boule- 
vard e to Tye, 1 s of Wood- 
ward ave. 
(20) Crawley Mrs A E 

Crymes W D 

Phillips J H 

Mason Wm 

Henck J S 

Cleland J D 

Rose J W 

Trouton L N 
(9) Sanders T E 
(17) Allen Joseph 

Villerett F U 

Cleland Draton 

Weldon Floyd 

Buchanan J F 

Smith C H 



MEMPH 

STOVE CO. 

98 WHITEHALL STREET. 
See Page 57. 




FOR COAL AND WOOt) 



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OVERTON & DUNN, rn 

Wholesale and Betail Dealers. 

Best Domestic Coa:s at Lowest Prices. 

TEL. 804. Yards 91 . Ga. R. R. St 



Jackson W H 
Sealock J H j 
Jones J M 
(23) Fenn N J ' ] 

(21) Herren W F 
(19) Blankenship J E 

Mcdonough road, fcon- 

tinuation of Capitol ave be- 
yond limits. J i 

McMillan, from MarietU n 
beyond limits. j 

MACON, from Bleckley ave n 
to Wilson ave, i w of Pe^ch- 
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MADISON, from Glenn s, 

of Grant along western boun- ^o 
dary of Grant's park, Ward 3. 
Jordan R J , 1 

MAGNOLIA, from Marietta w 
to limits, IS of Foundry, 
Wards i and 5. 

Walton intersects. 
Marietta intersects. 
43 (i) Maxwell A A 
43^Broom Miss Roxie 
47 (3) Hansford J J 
47|Maloney Edward 
49 (4) Hansford Mrs A C 
51 (20) Glen Mary Coal & 

Coke Co 
54 Atlanta Cotton Mills 

C R R intersects. 
59 Vacant , 

63 (5) South M P 




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6) S«iith R H 

7) Murphy James 

10) South Amcziah 
9) Boyle W R 

14) Backus Mans 

11) Jackson Mrs Betiie 

15) Bruce J I. 
7) Vacant 

16) Fuller W A 

19) Baker Miss Jennie 
25) Parker J A 

Htkl-'*nf itiffrsrcfi^. 
2 1") Guthrie R I. 

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LUiott I titersect^ . 
09 (56) HoUimon Evelyn. «• 
II (56 Berry Lilla. c 
1 2 (64) Green E, < 
13 (58) McAfee Hamilton. <• 

15 (58) Prater Henry, i- 

16 (64) Harris N, i 

17 (60) Mitchell Missouri. <• 

18 (76) Strickliri A. ( 

20 (66) Reynolds P, r 

21 (67) Arnold Orange. <- 

22 (68) Allen B. <■ 

24 Wooden M, r 

25 (75) Parker Jane, r 

26 (76) Kinnebrew E. r 

28 Brown L. c 

29 (77) Smith Jacob, c 

31 Mt Olive Bap Church, r 
42 Green W H 



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95 
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224 
228 
232 
236 

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Cohn E H 
(102) Clark H. <• 

'urner Thomas 

103) Colbert A (i 

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105) Johnson Mrs S I) 

1 15) Mosely Lou, i 

114) Thomas S, i 

115) Ossel Robert, t 
114) Wilson P, <• 
117) Tuggle John. <■ . 

Fisher L, <' 
117) Vacant 
>otti J P 

Hauiivs { n if r^rcts . 
123) Herndon B ] 
127) Phillips I A * 
128^ (iaddy W P 

131) Phillips T J 

132) l^ourn J T 
135) Fowler W A 
139) Cloud Viney, i 

Spinks W R 
139) Lemons Philip, r 

143) Green Melissa, c 
142) McDonnold W C J 

147) Harden Ratie, c 
Davu^ interse/'ts. 

144) Washington ], t 

145) Lee J M 

148) Barrers W L 
150) Evans M 
152) White J E 
154) Hairston C A 

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Skinner A I 



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LUMP, ANTHRACITE AND STEAM COAL 

FOR MANUFACTURING PURPOSES. 
Bear 72 Marietta St. TeL 14S0. 



j Furnishes Cheapest Insurance 

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Syringes. Combs. Toys. Bands, Erasers, Etc. 



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255 (165) I'ennant Win 
259 (167) SHder Charles 'J' 
261 (169) Jackson Isaac E 

Maple InterspcU. 
2O5 (163) Richardson P P 

269 (165) EubanksJ E. 

270 Coles S, c 

271 Vacant 

273 (169) Green C M 

Walnut inUrs€ot». 

292 Lyons S, c 

293 (246) Craves E R 

295 (248) Williams H F, <■ 

296 Moore O W, r 

(iravex commence*. 
304 (253) Rucker W, r 
329 (262) l^atimer Elijah, i 
333 (257) Jordon Felix, f 

337 (259) Burson J H, r .. 

338 (iray A, r 
342 Turner N, <• 
346 Thrasher W, r 

»Svni<ei are inter seda. 
Belcher E H, r 
Granger intersecU. 



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John, I Av of Elliott. Wards 
I and 5. 
5 Vacant 
1 2 Stevens Sandy, ^ 

14 (18) Gray Coley, f 

15 Reynolds Mary, c 

20 (25) Freeman Richard, < 

21 Smith Christy, r 
25 Landrum John, c 
27 Strickland Wm, c 



C. G. WYNNE. 

At No. 2 Whitehall St.. 
Keeps the Finest Line of 



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GENT'S FURNISHIN6 GOODS 

IN • THB • CITV. 



The Choicest and 

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Finest Brands 

Old Oscar Pepper, Old C^cw Whiskies 

•■d ChoirrHt Win<>K and RrsndieH 
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i^elson intersects. I 

58 Black C P ' 

62 (68) Klassett F W 
63(73) Dorr J W 
64 Daniel J C 

68 (74) Orr S H 

69 (75) Steele M E 

Chapel intersecU. 
71 (77) McAfee J 
74 (80) Mehaffey T 

79 (85) Barnes D B 

80 (86) Jones R L 

Markham intersecU. 
83 So Bottling Co © 

92 Gate City Coffin Co 

93 (99) Harmsen C 

96 Beatty W H 

97 (loi) Lowman F C 
100 (108) Burk J H 
102 Leak W^ J 
10;^ (109) Jordon P 
104 (no) Bohanan W F 
106 Dobbs Lumber Co 

MitcJiell intersects. 
108 (114) Bridwell A S ' 
114 Belcher A C 

117 (115) Duncan D W j 

118 Keown J T 

119 (117) Vacant ^ 

120 Barnes W^ H 

121 (119) Vacant 

123 Bridwell J A ' 

124 (120) Haynes W A -^ 

W Hunter intersects. 
128 Sixth Baptist Church , 
130 Morrow J W* 
^31 (133) E)ooly M H 





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MANCU'M— C^ontd 

40 Voiing M R 

41 Dozier T C^ 

42 Barrett C A 
45 Lock hart 1 H 
4O Hairstoii H H 

Wienier C", Jr 
49 Smith K A 

52 (i>o^ W'eiiner Conrad 

53 (15;,) Riden C R 
St) Brunette F M 

57 Rosen feld L 

60 Pierre S J 

61 \'acani 

63 (167) LaFoniaine 1 M 
68 Hastings T 
6q (i6q) \Veimer I C 
71 (171) Maher M E 
76 (172) Hatcher M H 
80 (174) Thurmond C ^^ 
86 (1 84) Lundv C. < 
88 Dennis 1 

94 Milam H. (i^ 

95 Manier H. r 

97 McNeil H. < 

98 Franklin H. r 

200 Smith D. <• 

201 Wilson H. <• 

204 Jackson S, c 

205 Hampton G. r 
207 Boynton S A. < 
20S Vacant 

210 A'acant 

21 1 Teller M. . 

214 WoodhffW A 

215 Howard K. r 
2i6 ]ones M F 



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221 

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241 

245 
251 

256 
260 
262 
264 
266 
267 

271 

279 

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288 

290 
204 
298 
209 

300 

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309 
310 

312 

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317 



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Fox H H 
(ireen W H 
C^ohn K B - 

Fa vers Annie, c * 

McnoNvell \Vm 
Williams Fannie. /• 
(240) C'hamberlin Thomas 

Fwi fxhy in trrsrcti^. 
(256) Oook Thomas, < 
(258) Morrison Dinah. < 
(258) Black John, <• 
(266) Dui.ning Mrs Matildn 
Stra]")]> Jeff. < 
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Xf^rfo t) i }) trraretii . 

(271) Hoi combe J R 

(272) (iray Harry, < 
(277) F< hols Matilda. < 
Gibbs Annie. <• 

Jones Ida, < 

Mack Squire, r 

Fee (ieorge. < 

(294) Hiomas Rosa. ,• 

Rice R 1 

Hope J F 

Rice R J 

(300) Buchanan John W 

(304) Nort John 

(305) Torrence W H 

(306) Buffington G W 
(^10) Chandler C Allen 
(313) Whitl^eld T W 

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(312) Sexton J W 
(315) Cullinan E P 



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MANGUM— Cont'd 
318 (314) Lofton Wm, c 

.W3 (3^7) Smith Melissa, i 

329 Harper J V 

330 {328) Nash Mrs Creorgia 

Rock inierarcts. 
.^.U-336 {?>2>^) Black John \ 
.MO (334) Irl)v Mrs f V 
341 (339) Irl)y R J 

343 (339) Wright Miss Betsy 

344 (336) Bowen Lewis F 

347 (34O HiifT Lacob 

348 (^^?^) Hatch C G . 

Jfrnnj intertiectx. 

349 Walker Maggie, c 

350 Harbin Jeff 

.^5^ (347) C'T-egory Ruth. / 
352 (352) Johnson David 

McDiiffie N M 
366 (351) Wilson T B 
356 (354) Rond Mrs W H 

Marco J M 
Simpson infersecfs. 

373 (371) Howard Mattie, r 
374-372 Awtry M F 

./b/ift< arc iniersecU. 
linsh intersect'^. 
397 (39 Mattison G, c 

Macedonia Church, r 

399 (395) Crossley J T 

400 (396) Wright Hester, c 

403 (397) Cooper Mrs M E 

404 (400) Dryer Lea, c 

406 (402) Bailey Wm, r 

407 (403) Manley J 

408 (404) Phillips, Mollie, f 
410 (405) Lee Josephine, i 
412 (406) Tilton Lucy, i 



tloorman & |||oorman, 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 

Qtencil's a-. CTAMP 
Weals, — OUPPLIES. 

32]4 South Broad Street. 



PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN— ! 

Ralsiig and moving Bolldlngt, 

Brick or Frame BiiildinpB Handled with 
Perfect Safety. .Special F ciiiijai 
for Moving Heavy Articles. *j 

Telephone 344 213^ E. Alabpima 

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Joh n^<on in tersccf». 

414 (412) Ware R W, r, 

415 (409) Price James, r 
421 (410) Harris James 
423 (410) MarlinA C 

Victoria infersecU. 

MANN'S ALLEY, fr^ | Mc 
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Spencer, i e of Walnnt. 
Ward I. 

5 Henry T J, . 

6 Henderson A, <- 

11 Bunley B, c 

12 West J, c 

13 Wilson Rev A B, i 
15 McCerty W, c 

W. Mitchell inter seetn. 
^^ Williamson F, r 
35 Reid W B, r ■ « 
37 Scott B, c 

W Hunter intersects. 
55 Moss P, c 
67 Early J C, r 
71 Williams M, c 
^Z Allen J, c 

Carter intersects. 
97 Jennings C, c 
99 Hendricks F, c 

100 Vincent S, c 

1 01 Vacant 



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{Marbleized Iron. Slaze and Hfird- 
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388 MARIETTA ST. 
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Clothiers^Tailors 

Old No., 17 and 19 Whitehall Street. 
New No., 15 and 17. 

MAPLE— Cont'd ^ 

102 Jennings J W, {• 

103 Vacant 

104-106 Missionary Bap Ch, r 
Rhodes intersects. 

Magnolia intersects. 

Rigdon commences. 
148 Henderson 
150 (53) Hurdle J 
152 (55) Mason Charles H 
154 (57) Mallory A R 

Foundi-y intersects. 

172 Vacant 

173 Moore Edward, c 

174 (3) Crawford Edward, c 

179 Ragland George, c 

180 (5) Harbar Joseph, r 

183 (8) Bailey Dolly, c 

184 (17) Jenkins Ben. c 

187 (10) Garmany Walker, c 

Spencer commences. 
194 Walker David W 
200 (22) Jackson Newsome, i 



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MARCUS, from Pearl east to 
limits, I s of Waterhouse. 
Watts Chas 
Hand W M C 
Bartlett Walter 
Powell Mrs Pherby 



MARIETTA, from Peachtree, 
opposite Decatur n w, beyond 
limits, parallel with W & A 
R R, W'ards 5 and 6. 
2 Cuesta A L 
Venable W E 
Jacobs' Pharmacy 



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2Mlbert W^ J 

The Dixie Doctor 

Huzza T H 

Baker W E 

Bowes & Co 

Crane G W' 
3^Grady Cadets 

Atlanta Zouaves 
4 (4) Mever L 
6-8 (6-8) Bolles & Bruckner 
7(1) Goode Saml W & Co 
7iHopkins I L & Son 
"Finch W * 

Johnston B T 
8V(8J) Railroad Record 

Southern Appeal 

Adams P H 

McSweeney M 

Maier S & Co 

Mayson &: Hill 

10 (10) Walker Sam 
Dahl C A & Co 

11 Lewis & Green 
Interstate Abstract Co 
White J W 
Mayson T C & I W 
Harwell W C ' 
Sala A 

iii (i^) Minis L 
i2"(i2) Rose R M Co 

13 (5) Andrews P 

14 Phillips I 

14-20 Falsoms European Hotel 
15^(9^) Union Cental L Ins Co 

Tucker W J ' 
16 (16) Hollis D B' 
i7^Sou Copying Co 
1 7- 19 Snook P H & Son 

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MELONE, CANTEY fc RAWSON, ||| 

(enM Insurance (gents f ^ ? 

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14 S. Broad Street. ATLANTA, GA. ; 




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18 Steele J R, c 

19 (11) Gavan & Wright 
20-22 (20-22) Falsom's Reading 

Room Restaurant 

23 (13) Gardner M M & W H 

24 {24) Price & Foster 

25 (16) Daniel Bros 
26-28 Estey Organ Co 
27 (17) Sansone B 

N Broad intersMtt. 

29 (21) Miles & Stiff 
29^(21^) Finley T 

Bray Wm 
Jackson H H 
Hulsey*& Batenian 
McAfee J M 
Nat Ry B & L Assn 
Telephone Exchange 

30 Tyner CO. 
3oJFitten Building 

Rooms — 

1-2 Young F M 
5-6 Candler & Thomas 
Zahner R 

7 Johnson J C 

8 Childs J A 

9 Vacant 

lo-ii Glass J M 

12 Dozier Bros 

13-14 Daley W R 

15 Atl Compact Fire Under 

17-18-19 Atl Art Union 

20 Pearce Jeff 

Barnes & Burbank 
21-26 Knowles C 
29-30-31 Green Dr H H & 
Sons 



(^A.LDELKIN&CO. 

H 69 WHITEHALL STREET. 

^ WHOLESALE AHO RKTAIL 

JEWELERS. 

Largest Stock, Lowest Prices. 



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MANUFACTURERS OF 



READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Lead,l-Coat Carriage PaiQti,&c 

Factory. 375 Decatur Street. 1 

Office 56-58 Marietta Street 



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32 Hayden & Wheeler 

33 Hines & Felder 

34 Crafts G H & Co 

35 Natl Pub & Adv. Co 
Goldsmith & Sullivkn's 

Business College 
Reeves W F 

32 Breitenbucher P 

33 (23) Kelley & Maher 
334(25i) Haight Will 

34 (34) Koch & Bro 

35 McMillan J H 

36 (36) Rozzetio B 

37 Gate City Electric Sujfply 

& Construction Co 
Union Nat Gas Saving to 
Brown G G \ 

Sou'eastern Mut'l Accident 

Association, The 
Robison C S 
Diebold Safe & Lock c|o 
37-43 DeGive's Opera Hcjusc 
37j(27i) Dooley M J ] 

38 (38) Burke W B 
38JMcDuffie B F 

Reimann & Lawrence 
Sou Lumber Co 
Thayer D W & Co 
Steele A B Lumber Co 
Jenkins J C 
Concordia Hall 

39 (31) Miller J M 
39i(3ii)TeaslyJT, . 

40 (42) Daniel C J 

Randall R H 

41 {^^) Morrison T 

42 (44) Nash J V H & Co 



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MANUFACTL UKR OF HOME-MAD^ 

SADDLES AND HARNESS 

9 Noiith Itroiul St., 
See Page 58. ATKASTA. OA. 

MARIETTA— Cont'd 
44^(48^) Foote & Zuber Lum- 
ber Co 
Belford-Clarke Co 
Rowland Pub Co 
South Carolina Society The 
Morris J E 
44-46 (46-50) Bluthenthal & 

Bickart 
45 Roberts J B 

New South Building and 
Loan Assn 
464Fontaine Francis 

N. Forsyth intersecU. 
Old Capitol Building 
Rooms — 

1 Atlanta Exchange and 

Building Co 
Chattahoochee Land Co 
Southern Exchange Bnk 

2 U S Life Insurance Co 
Northern Society 

'3 Whitner John A & Co 
Whitner John C & Co 
9-10-11 Ga Phonograph Co 
12-13 Woodward | E 
14-15-16 Hill B H & C D 
17-18 Felder T J 

20 Vacant 
19-20 Miles & Bradt 

21 Brooklyn Life Ins Co 
Brewster Dr T F 

22-24 Speairs & Roan % 
Le Sueur & Runge 

25 Howell D H 
Sou Med Record 

26 Morris James Allen 

27 Patterson A B 



EAL ESTATE BROKERS 

Mineral, Timber, County and 
City Land ^or Sale. 



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28 Logan F R 
30 Thorne C C 
32 Nelms J W 

35 McDonald N D & Co 

36 Vacant * 

37 Austin B H & Co 

38 Vacant 

39 Black P N 

42 Westmoreland R W 
43-44 Moore M K & Co 
47 Humphries W S 

Hall Wm 
48-49 Norrman G L 

50 Bryan & Brown 
Robbins L J 

51 Cory WO & Co 

52 Cook & Brownell 

53 Southern Life 
Pearson & Hyatt 

56 O'Connor E J 

57 Driver J C 

58 Thompson C G 

59 Atl Medical Society 
60-65 Sou Trav Asso 

66 McCandless John M 

67 Abrams B H 
Alfred J S 

69 Moore & Hayes 

70 Provident Fund Society 
73-74 Tompkins H B 

75 Westinghouse Elec & 

Mfg Co 

76 Rahm F H &l Son 

77 Dixie Co 

79-80 Davis & Edwards 

82 Walker R M 

83 Gude A V 

82-83 Gude & Walker 




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Sponges, Chamois, all kinds of Brushes, 
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Lumber, Laths, Shingles, 

MOU' DINGS. Etc . 
iey» SOUTH BROAD ST. 



GRESS LUMBER CO. 



TOHBEH & IHeCRHDltESS 

22 KimlMll HooM. Decatar Street. 



FlTO. Life, AooideiiC mmI PUte Gumb In- 
eaimoee Asenti. Stat* Agettte for 
Oeorvfa and Alabama, Galtfiaph Writ- 
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MARIETTA— Cont'd 
91 Symmes & Co 
92-93 Whitehead W H 
95-96 Venable-Bros 

96 Mellichamp J C 
Sanders B G 

97 Carter B F & W C 

98 Hull A P 

99 The Period 
102-103 Miller T C 

54 (58) Kellam & Moore 

Jacobs Eugene J 
56-58 (62-J64) Tripod Paint Co 
60 Herrington & Ford 
62 Calhoun A W 

U S Custom House 

U S Post Office 
66 (68) Fuller Mrs Frances 

Fairlie commences. 
71 (57) Westmoreland W F 

71 Yorston Mrs E S 

72 Villard Miss Jennie 
(rear) Harris Lime Co 
Chase Bros (rear) 

75 (61) O'Connor Mrs Elizab P 

78 (74) Todd James S 

82 Kontz Anton L 

85 (67) Arlington Hotel 

Cone commences. 
92 Austell Mrs F C 

First Pres Church 
Id Bosworth Drs J M & Don B 
107 (83) Sharman House 
112 Silvey John 
113.(85) Moorehead H S 

Spring intersects. 
116 (118) Frye Mrs B C 
118 (108) Stewart RR 




MEMPH 

STOVE CO. 

08 WHITEHALL STBEET. 
Sm Page 67. 



TEL EPHONE 804 

OVERTON & DUNN, 

DOMESTIC vUriL * 

* "It^JvhWOOD 

LOWEST PRICES, 



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Ryan L J 

Becker W M 

Vacant 

(no) Stewart & Ryar 

(112) Ivy C H & Co 
26 (114) Raphael G 
28 (114) Polk W R Jr 
30 (116) Parr J N 
3*2 (118) Roberts H K 

34 (120) Carmichael J B 

35 Weiner George 
M E Church 

S6 (124) Avant G W 

37 Bunker F R & Co 

38 Plantation Cigar Facttry 



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128) Collier P F 
130) Bower R M 
107) Robinson F M 

130) Linch & Carter 
132) Bettis & Golden 
132) Harwell W D 
in) Gilbert W A 
52 (134-136) Abb<|)tt 

McKinley 
52^Curry A S, c 

119) Allen MissS A 
138) Bendetta G 

Bartow intersects. 
140) Blount John 
125) Raney J P 
174) Brady & Miller 
127) ^ford R S 

131) Hopkins & HoWorth 



13 1 J) Sweatman Mn 
146) Brown O 
133) Hopkins J R 
66 McLemore F G 
66^Hale Mrs Martha 



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THE ' 
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IDili Supplies 

MiCHIIIEHV and TOOLS, 

Wrought Iron Pipe, 

Fitting and Bran Oeods. 



47 AND 49 S. BROAD SI. 



MARIETTA— Cont'd 
169-17 1 (135) Glass SC 
i69^Atlanta Straw Hat Mfg Co 
^73 (139) Leon Mrs Sarah 
177 (143) Manning W D 
181 (147) Griffin E A 

1^7 (155) Dickson Mrs E J 
192 (170) Kimball J W 
Magnolia intersect^. 

200 (176) Massey B A 
2oo^Harwell Mrs Rebecca 

201 (163) Flowers A B 
2oi^Barker John 

202 (178) Stoner M 

203 Vacant 

206 (180) Harris Miss E H 

209 (167) Daniel & Howard 

210 Campbell James, <• 
Head & Stone, r 

211 (169) Mills G T 

212 (184) Nix Jonas, r 

214 (186) Manassevitz S 

215 (173) Forsyth EW & J J 
2i5^Auten R M 

Cook H P 

216 Jackson & Son, c 

217 (175) Wyatt Byrd, ^- 

218 (190) Mann A C 

219 (177) Picket Catherine, i' 

220 (192) Harbin Jeff, c 

221 (179) Marietta St Mission 

222 (194) Cowdery Mrs J W 

223 Loo Sam 

224 Thompson Bros 
224^(196^) Chambers Lizzie 

225 (183) South'rn Art Glass Co 

226 (198) Clarke J A Jr 

227 Mather Wm 



228 (200) Jett J B 
228^(200^) Kelly Martha 

229 (185)" Veal B H 
231 Bowen T VV 

231 Jett J L 

232 (202) Sharp Bros 

Pharr BY 
232^ Stephens L P 

233 (193) Brown Joseph 

234 (204) Taylor & Galphin 

235 (193) Eraser R A 

Walton ends. 

236 (206) Domini John 
238 (206^) Smith J I 
240 (208) Bobo & Hood 

245 Anderson J H 

Foundry intersects. 

246 (210) Van Winkle Gin & 

Machinery Co 
246^Kendrick D P 

247 Chambers & Speairs 

248 Gotleib Mrs H R 
248^Dickson J E 

249 (213) Trautwein Wm 

250 (214) Stevens & Ray 

252 Brown W M 

253 (207) Ailten R M 

254 (216) Yellow Pine Lum Co 
257 (209) Williams G O & Bro 
268 Frazier J D "~ 
270-274, Conklin C A Mnfg Co 
275 (221) Atlanta Saw Works 

Earl intersects.' 
280 (238) Rivers J S, ^ 

282 (238^) Parker John, c 

283 (250) Boardfield Samuel 

Tnumwnd intersects. 
290 (246) Thompson James 



W. H. CHASE, 

Jellico, Lump, Steam and 
Nut and Anthracite 




Rear 73 Marietta Street. Tel. 1420 



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I. B. Williams & Sons' I Atlanta Rubber^ Co. 

LEATHER BELTING AND LACE LEATHER. 1 ATL^TAr*!"1 ^GEOBGIA. 



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MAIL 



MARIETTA— Cont'd 
293-297 (235-239) Clayton Sew- 
ing Machine Motor Co 
296 (248) Hatcher J F & M 
296^(248^) Dennis Miss Eva 

298 Barrett V M 

299 (241) Ward Mary E, c 

300 (254) McHenry Charles, c 
Engine Co, No. 3 

301 Watts Amanda, r 

302 (256) Harris James 
Murphy Mrs E * 

304 (258) Hall J M 
•305 (247) Rice J F 
306 Vacant 

308 Hughes Mrs Sallie 

309 (251) Coleman Mrs T M 

310 (264) Bailey Mrs Nancy 

311 (253) Harris J D 

312 (266) Chapman Alice, c 
316 (268) Hill J W, c 

318 (270) Bell W H 

Baker endsj^ 
320 (272) Fisher C ^ 
32o^Isely G D 7^ 

322 (276) Honecker Mrs M A 

324 (278) Anderson & Wright, r 

325 (263) McCown R W 

326 (280) Smith R C 
330 (280) Payne R T 

Marion S 
33^ (265) Swords J H 

Marietta St School 
332 (282) Hudson & Smith • 
334 Chaffin LaFayette 
33^ (286) McCray Jenks, r 
33^ (288) Habas Habbeep 
340 Vacant 



C. G. WYNNE, 

At No. 2 Whitehall St., 
Keeps the Finest Line of 



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IN • TTHB • CIXV. 



D. C. L-OEE5, 



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Whiskey, Wines & Cigars 



11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 
Broa<l Streets. 

Telephone 4-20. 



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342 FurlowEdw, c 

344 Vacant 

346 (300) Davis R A 

351 Vacant 

352 (302) Phillips Mary, < 
354 Hollywood J L 
357 (291) Adams Mrs L I 
368 (312) Atlanta Vinegar jwks 

371 (299) McFaul J W ^ 

372 Gates Aaron, c 
374 Vacant 

Simpsmi intersects. 

380 (320) Brown W M 

381 Vacant 

382 (322) Waters & Co 

383 {3^3) Mitchell & Parkei 

384 (324) Marion S 
390 (328) Thompson I P 
394 (33°) Gardner Dr G W 

397 (321) Mills G T. 

398 Hay^ & Faulkner 
Nolan D 1^ & Co 
Sts Peter and Paul R G Ch 

Jones ave commences. 
410 (344) Cox J-E 
413 Colbert Rev Joseph 
420 (348) Welch Mrs E 

Fitzpatrick Robertj 

< Alexander ends. j 

424 (350) Evans Mrs Nannii 

430 (356) Gardner Miss Nettie 

Wigginton Mrs A 
Sims Bros 

431 (341) Inghram & Bro 
433 (343) Vacant 
435 (345) Manassevitz S 
435iAp Tribe Red Men 
437 (347) Wright E P 



Mow Pile LDih 



OF EVERY VARIETY, 

ENTERPRISE LUMBER COMPANY, 
I 2}4 S. BROAD STREET. Ttiephont 23ia. 



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439 (349) Humphries J 
441 (351) Vacant 
443 (353) Cannon G W 
447 (359) Mitchell Lane 
447^(3592) Harper C H 

Mills emls. 
457 Southern Agrl Wks 
475 (381) Vaughn c^- Miller 
475^(381^) Linton Mrs M C 
Kinnebrew C E 

478 Southern Agrl Wks 

479 (385) Adams Jane, c 
487 (389) Payne E T 

490 (390) Chastin \V A & Co 
493 (393) Richards W B 

HunnicuH ends. 
495 (395) Hawes L A & Bro 
503 (397) ^fcFaul J W 

505 (399) Davis W S, c- 

506 (396) Johnson R S 

507 (401) Lawless G W 
507^(401!) Didschneit E 

Gober Mrs Mary 
Clinton Mrs S M 
Griggs Miss Annie 

509 (401) Lawless G W 

514 (418) Peacock, J Y 

519 (409) Willie J U 

520 (422) Atlanta Coal Co 
524 (428) Burns Mrs Bridget B 

526 Vacant 

527 (415) McCown B, c 

528 (432) Robinson B A, ^ 

529 (415) Peavie Charles 

530 (434) Boyd G W 

532 (439) McKinley Chas, c 

533 (435) Payne James M 



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542 
544 
545 
547 

548 

550 
552 
554 
556 
557 
561 

563 
564 
567 
569 
571 
573 
575 
577 
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587 
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596 
598 
600 
601 
602 
605 
612 



(425) Jones Mrs M E 

Piiie ends.i 
(442) Harbuck W A & Co 

(444) Carmichael W M 

(449) Karwisch B 
Vacant 

(446) Ciibens Charles 

(450) Gray Mrs A S /^ 
McNeill A 

(454) Lawless G W 

Vacant 

(457) Cramer & Abbott 

(445) Vacant 

(445) Sowers Mrs MAE 

(466) Shipe Gilbert, c 
Cowan T M 

(449) Boyd J ¥^ 

(457) Sowers W S 

Bailey B E 

(459) New Process Soap Co 

(461) Stratton W M 

Vacant 

(463) Johns A L 

(465) Snead B B 

(467) Slodie W A 
(495) Gentry T C 
Thomas S M 

(494) W^adlow R H 
Corput ends. 

(495) Thomas S M 

(496) Powell B J 
(498) Matthews J B 
(500) McMullen W, c 

(482) Henley E C 

(483) Vacant 
Swan Freeman, c 
(485) Allen Mrs M A 
(504) Pannell W E 



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OC TORBETT « McCAHDLESS, State Agen s, 

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MARIETTA— Cont'd 

623 Atl Bridge & Axle Co 

Norili ave intersectii. 
645 (529) Hardeman C L, c 

648 (532) Randall Bros 

649 (531) Brooks J D 

Langley T C 
(658) Hicks & Dunbar 
(660) Powell S M 
66' (535-533) Atl Furn Mfg Co 
(666) Randall R A 

Carmichael Miss C E 
(668) Witt W J 

Hunt Wilburn 
669 (551) Hinman George 

(670) Bridges Miss C M 
672 ( ) Gospel Hall 

Postlewait T H 

678 (584) Calloway Ellen, r 

679 Wara J A 

680 (586) Minton Z T 

684 (588) Phillips Mrs H A 

Bishop Hendrix Miss 
Means commences. 
6«7 (5«9) Craddock R L, r ^ 
688 Langley C B 

690 (590) Langley TC 

693 (603) Sims, Astin & Co 

Smith J M 

694 Martin Z, c 
Teasley John, c 

Wallace commences. 
700 ^606) Vaughn & Pope 

702 (608) Scott Ellen, c 

703 (609) Arnold G W 

705 (611) Vacant 

706 (612) Emory Burt, c 
707-709 (613) Pitts M W 



Ploorman & ffloorman, 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 

STENCILS «.b CTAMP 
EAiir'' - OUPPLIES. 

. 82K South Broad Street. 



PIM & TAYLOR 



—CONTRACTORS IN— 






Raising and (Qoving Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 
Perfect i^afety. Special F ciiitiea 
for Moving Heavy Articles. j 

Teliephone 344. 21>^ E. Alabamk- 



Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co., 

62 and 64 Peachtree Street. 

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708 (614) Dye Mrs Clara 
710 (614) Pinion S V • 

712 (616) Rodgers Joseph 

713 (590 Hussey P M 

714 (618) Rodgers Joseph 

715 (595) Green J M 
716-718 (620) Murdoch O C 
719 (599) Spivey Jordan 

721 (601) Preston E H 

722 (622) Timmons Dr H C 
725 (603) Richardson W R 
731 (623) Penly Mrs Annie 
734 (628) Jeter P 

738 (630) Simmons C M 

741 (631) Lamb Alfred 

742 (632) Bancroft G B 

744 (634) Goodman Mrs J A 
Brooks Mrs lola 

Ponders ave intersects. 

745 (631) Lamb Alfred 

746 (636) Baldwin A P 

747 (613) Woodward James 

748 (636) Davis J S 

751 (617) Herrington Eph . 

755 (63) Sheridan VV N 

756 (638) Fuller P L 
759 (629) McCravy G B 

763 (635) Stegall John 

764 Jordan J M 

764 Walker Mrs Frank H 
767 ((>Z?>) Horton W C 

770 (646) Roy Harry 
Summers Alfred 
Pierce G Y 

771 (635) Russell Mrs E 

772 (748) Vacant 
775 Horton R P 
778 (650) Loftis J A 

} Galvanized Iron Workers and 
S?iJ*^SLi.S^»°^ Fitters and 
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GIofchiBi<^ and Fur'ni^hef?, 

Old No., 17 and 19 Whitehall Street. 
New No., 15 and 17. 



MARIE n'A— Cont'd 

779 Olive J I 

780 (650) Pierce (; V 

783 (651) KarrJ A 

784 (658) Smith W H, r 

785 (6s i) Clark \V L 

786 (652) Conn T () 

790 Union Methodist ch. <• 
Belhcood are intersecti. 

792 Wright j C 

796 (662) Gorman 1) E 
Groover W F 

(968) Smith J E 

(969) Bennett Barney, r 
(790) Knight J N 

(971) Waters Mrs Sarah 

(972) Campbell R C 

(973) Waters (i W 

(974) JnoM Moore Shoe Co 
(974-1006) Boyd (IJc Baxter 

Furniture Fctv 

(975) Walters g'w . 
(977) Neese J J 

(979) Rice Dr W H 
Beck J F 

(980) Stephenson W H 

(981) Murphey W H 
(983) Friday Lafayette 
(985) Murphy G M 
(1000) \Vilmoth & Sadler 



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mond. 



/=^MARKHAM, from C R R w to 
Walnut, I s of W Mitchell, 
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3 Walker J W 
5 (i) Smith J H 

1 1 Grigg M Y 

12 (8) Hollis J A 

KUiott inter i^ecU. 

13 (II) Shepard T J 

14 (10) Blount M M 

17 Caldwell J B 

18 (16) Kendrick E L 
21 (19) i::tocks F M 

27 (25) Simmons L W 
. 28 (24) Renard J.F 

31 (27) Holloway E 

32 (28) Wells J D 
2t^ (29) Milner A 

39 (31) Lovinggood J M 

40 (42) Vacant 

41 (:sz) Callaghan J J 
47 Muller L H 

Manrjum interseHa. 
72 (60) Rawlins A 
74 (62) Franklin M 
76 Engles E 
S2 (70) Yacant 
84 (72) BirdC, c 
86 Bell E, r 
^^ Brown M, c 

Haijn&< intevitech. 
97 Harris J, i- 
99 Brown O, i 

100 Cxarnagin H, r 

101 Gresset G, c 
105 Hill F, i- 

107 Garr J, f i 

108 Scott J, r 

109 Vacant 

111 Vacant 

112 Epps L, i- 

'PHONE 067. 

MELONE. CANTEY fc RAWSON, 

Sen'l Insurance {gents 

Fire, JAfe, Accitlent and 

Plate Glmmm. 

14 S. Broad Street, ATLANTA. GA 



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1 13 Chaffin J, {• 

I 14 Bnzzell R, <• 

1 1 5 Page A , r 

1 1 7 l^allard E, <• 

I [9 Parks S, i- 

] 20 Fincher A \V, (■ 

121 Satterwhite J T, c 

122 Vacant 

DaviA ititennTU. 

124 Wilkins J, (■ 

125 Peas M, /• 
127 Atkinson C, r 
F29 Webster A, f 
131 Vacant 

136 Stokes Z, f 
1 39 Bonaparte N, r 

140 Miller R, r 

141 Williams M, r 
M44 Fin ley W R, r 

X^|6U'homas 1, r 
147^'raham R, r 
149 Wright T, f 
151 Read B, r 
153 Jones R J, r 

Dover (tUeij eommencea. 
155 Lamar O, r 

157 Harris B, c 

158 Pain D, r 

159 Gardner A M 

161 Tremble J, i 

162 Mitchell E, .- 

163 Killer M, r 

165 Martin E, c 

166 Wallace F, c 

167 Wells Wesley, c 

168 Edwards D, r > 

169 Carter M, i 



i A.LDELKIN&CO. 

Id: 69 WHITEHALL STREET. 

WHOLESALE AHD RKTAIL 

JEWELERS. 

Largest Stock. Lowest Prices. 



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170 Cobbins E, c 

Tataall intersecU, 
Maple ends. 
New Hope Pres Ch 

181 Anderson D, c 

182 Jackson T, c 
188 Carter J, c 

190 Smith A, c 

191 Wilson L, c 

192 Stevens C, r 

194 (182) Lambert M, c 

195 Parsons C, c 

196 Oliver C, c 

197 (185) Ball A, c 

198 Cook C, c 

200 Wilsdfi A R, r 

201 Jones C M, r 

204 (192) Jennings E, c 

MARTLV, from Ga R R s, 
of Connally, Ward 3. 

13 (55) Smith J, c 

14 (14) Brown Elbert, c 

17 Holland M, r 

18 (19) Bowers Thomas, c 

Hunter intersects, 
44 Barrett W W 
(9) Lee O 

Fair intersects. 

63 (11) Adams W 

64 (12) Adkins T A 

67 (15) Gracia Mrs J H 
6d> (14) Albert Mrs A V 

71 (23) Husketh D H 

72 (18) Fuller T K 

75 (23) Buice A 

76 (22) Hunnicutt E T 
79 (25) Wingard D J 





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Mineral, Timber, County and 
City Land for Sale. 



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WRITIII8 MACHINE. ;aKi?-i-ia;*a7^: 

f??^"*' A«e»ti» <)»e«rfrla and Alabama. 

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MAR 



MAR 



W. L. REEDER, 



DEAUETR IN- 



Lap Robes, Hoi'se Blankets, 

AND WHIPS OF ALL KINDS. 

^ 9 S. Braad St. 



MARTIN— Cont'd 
8o (26) Carter Isaiah,- r • 

Sz Macaulev Mrs E 
84 Jenkins M, r 

Woodirard avr /^jfn'.-^^fj*. 
87 (31) Verstille H W 
91 Alsabroolv A A 
93 {33) Baughan B F 
97 (35) Baughan E A 

01 (47) Dyer K M 

02 (48) Landers W T 
05 (49) Beane R W 
66 (55) Fenn L T 

09 (51) PhillipsL W 

10 (58) Fenn F C 

Lagan cojiimen^^s. 
13 (61) G|trrison Rev J 
16 (60) M^podv A W, c 
19 (^5) W^dsworth H B 

Mawson cominence>s. 

22 (70) George W F 

23 (71) Brown J E 

Grimmett E K 

27 (73) Young G 

28 (72) ^ean R L 

31 (79) Scandrett M D, r 

32 (74) Clowe W H 

Clarke intersects. 
35 (83) Lyons W, c 
37 (87) Atwater S E, r 
41 {89) Dillon T, c 
43 (91) Kellar R, c \ 

49 (99) Willis Wm, c ' 

51 (loi) Croft G, c 
53 (1^5) Thomas Sj c 
55 (107) Allen, VVinst'n&Tate,tr 
63 (113) Overton W, c 
65 Harper B, c 



167 (121) Russell J H, r 
Solomon interserta. 
181 (133) Cook W, c 

Randolph J, < 
Fulton intersects. 
202 (1 54) Chandler J M, i- 

■ (148) Mills S, r 
205 (158) Cunningham S, c 
207 Jackson T, c 
209 (159) King W, I' 

(160) Summer Hill Schl. 
211 (161) Itson E, I- 
213 Colbert C, c 
215 Tilton B, r 
217 (163) Robinson C. i- 
219 (167) Mills W,c 
221 Hill H, r 

Bichardson inter s€ct<. 
^^S (175) Jones M, t- 
22S Copeland G, r 

230 (178) Doke A, i 

231 (^79) Dickson W, c 

237 (1S5) Fields C, c 

238 (186) Epps J, c 

Richmond intersect^. 

245 Bozeman S, c 

246 Flewellen L, i- 

252 (206) Coachman M, c 

253 (205) Dickson B, c 

Crumley intersects. 
257 (207) McCray A, c 
259 (209) Anthony A, r 
269 Lewis G, c 
271 (221) Duke E, c 
275 (227) Burns A 
279 (229) Jordan VV J 

Glenn intersects. 
308 (294) Henderson M, c 



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12 (296) Arnold L, c 
Geortjia are intersecti<. 

>).>9 (17) Stewart J W^' 

;43 (21) Brown 1 N 

j;47 Floyd John, c 

;,49 Lee Samuel, c 

353 (30 Westmoreland R, c 

355 Shearer Ci T 

/>as.<< intersrvU. 
3^5 (339) Allen Mrs Emma 
367 Fergu.son Dred, c 
371 (341) Wadkins Greene, c 
"376 (304) Lumpkin J R 
377 (343) Rus.sell Noah, c 

Love intersect.^. 
393 (348) Dawson E J, r 
395 Vacant ^ 

403 (352) Tinsey Ellen, c ' 
405 Hill John, c 
407 Vacant 
420 Anderson Thomas, f 

Little intersecU. 
427 (358) Jones James, c 
429 (360) McWilliams Thos, c 
431 (364) Ryan T J, r 
433 (366) Smith Daniel, c 
433 (416) Giles Howard, c 
456 (417) Hart OT 

MARTINS ALLEY, from But- 
ler w to Piedmont ave, i n of 
Wheat, Ward 6. 



MARY, from Sims e to Form- 
wait, 2 s of Rockwell, South 
Atlanta. 



MEMPH 

STOVE CO. 




98 WHITEHALL STREET. 

See Page 67. 



TELEPHONE 804 

OVERTON & DUNN, 

DOMESTIC VOriL * 

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IrOWBST PRICKS. 



MASON & TURNER ROAD. 
Now called Bellwood ave. 



TELEPHONE 413 



FOR LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. 

CRESS LUMBER CO.. 

16>i SOUTH EROnO STREET. 



MAYS, from Elliott w-toHaynes, 
I s of Rock, Ward 5. 
5 (92) Vacant 
13-15 (88) Linch J C • 

16 (87) Harrison W H 

17 (86) Holmes Lizzie, c 

18 Williams Mrs Mary 

19 (86) Turner Wils'on, c 

20 (69) Symmes J, V 

21 (82) Vacant ,' 

22 (65) Johnson T H 
25 (78) Hicks David, c 

27 Dickson Anna, r 

28 (63) Thurman J A 

29 (64) Jett J L 

30 (61) Tillander C G ^ '. 

31 (62) Veal AM 

33 (60) Carter James 

34 (59) Hardwick NO 

35 (58) Turner C M 

36 (36) Hudson Z TV 

37 (52) W^bb D W 
S8 (51) Myers R R ^ 
44 Helms W J 

Mangum intersects. 
53 (12) Robertson Lizzie, c 
55 {to) Usher Charles, c 

58 (35) McHenrv Henrv, c' 

59 (38) VVallace J H " ; 

60 {^6} Dobbins Julia, r 

64 (37) Johnson B, f 

65 (16) Vacant 

66(41) Pendleton Henry, c 
67 (18) Hicks Susan, c 
69 Kirkland Sophronia, c 



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Hose, Packing, .Ac. 
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MAYS— Cont'd 
70(14) Evans Cynthia, 
72 Stevens Peggy, < 
74 (18) Vacant 



MEANS from \V c\: A 
near Marietta at old 
n to new limits 
Tide Water Oil Co 
(2) Fluker Giot, r 

Melson Andrew, c 
(6) Jackson Jas[)er, i 

8 Nelson Cnllie, i 

9 Farmer AVni 'I' 

10 Bankston Mrs Marv 

(11) Commercial Oil Co 

(13-19) Spilman J H 
13 Gifford J A 

(20) Taylor Miss Mollie 
25 Waters Jane, c 

Standard Oil Co 
» Sutton W T 
-'■ Mills Henry, c 

Moreland Engene. < 

Green Robert, c 

Hunt Wm, c 
^ Chatman Stephen, r 

Ati Elevator Co 



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MECHANIC, from Central R 
R to Elliott, I s of Magnolia, 
Ward I. 

1-3 (3) Bvrd Perrv, r 
6 (12) Battle G W 
9(11) Wilson Berrv 
12 (14) Hall J A 

16 (16) Sanders O F 

17 (15) Harris W W 



22 (20) Zahn Mrs M 
23-25 (21) Smith M S 

27 (25) Zimmerman Mrs L K 

28 (24) (iramling Mrs Martha 

Hutsey infer.^ect^. 
31 (27) Rylee J A 
^2 {2S) Morris J C 

36 (30) Higgini)otham James 

MERRirrs AVENUE, from 
W.j'eachtree e to Fort and w 
to Luckie, i n of Pint-, 
Wards 4 and 6. 
15 (15) Clarke W H 

Merntt's Ave Methodist Ch 

23 (19) Respe.ss W R 
Courtland ave i}it€riiect,t. 

27 (21) Jones L H 

30 (26) Eiseman Jacob 

31 (23) Cooney R L 
34 (28) Adler Moses 

37 (25) Vaughan ] W - 
3^ (30) Spence M W 

4T (27) Hall Micajah 
4S (29) Patterson \ I) 

48 (32) Wilson R H 

49 Hunter T ] , 
S3 {33) Byrd C P 

57 (35) Crusselle W F 

58 Van Dyke A H 

61 (37) Camp 1) C 

62 {3S) Cooledge F J 
67 (39) King W C 

70 (40) Cooledge A F 

Piedmont ave intersects. 
73 King P 
78 (42) Echols R 
82 (46) Nutting J R 



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85 (47) Wvnn J O 

86 (48) Starnes H N 

90 Clark J P 

91 (51) Nutting. W H 

97 Scott S B 

98 Watson S, r 

104 Pollard H, r » 

114 Padgett B R 

GOING WESr. 

Williams intersectt. 
61 Holland Joe, c 
65 Scott Amanda, r 
67 Vacant 
69 Moore Jerry, c 

Onne ends.* 
Lovejoy ends. 
106 (38) Hornsby Thomas 
108 (36) Brandon Mrs M L 

Fowler ends. 
120 Stewart J B 

McAfee ends. 
Venahle intersects. 
158 (16) Fetter Mrs Anna 
Bagwell J W 
Whelai> P B 
Yother J W 

Luckie intersecU. 
'73 (3) Stanley W E 
178 (i) Hammond A W 
182 (2) Tate Mrs M C 

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The Cliolcest and Finest Brands 

pld Oscar Pepper, Old Crow Whiskies 

sad Cholrent WinPH and Braadles 
Dirert Imported. 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and «0 
Broad Streets. Tel 420. 




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MILLEDG 

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MILLS, 
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13 (7) Hall A F 

14 (8) Moreland J T 

Scott intersects. 
Spring intersects, 
41 (21) Pelot J J 

44 (22) Bail^v J A 

45 (23) Duffy J J 

55 (27) White Edward. 

56 (53) Swanson W W 

58 (54) Comer R H 

59 (29) Smith H F 

Williams intersects. 
65 (31) Dunaway W H 
68 Bonner George, c 
70 Jones Charles, c 

72 (39) Sexton Mrs S A 

73 Hunt Fanny, r 

74 Fitts C O 

76 (43) Hadley D B 

77 W^illiams Frank, c 

78 Medlin K K 
82 Parks Moses, c 

84 Wimbush Jacob, c 
86 Bennett, — c 

85 Frazier Emma, c 
90 Crumley M A, r 
92 Brown Henry, c 
94 Swanson Puss, c 

Orme intersects. 
104 (65) Summy Annie, c 
118 (53) Williams G O 



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Lovejoy iufersect-*. 

25 (54) Montgomery Wm, f* 

24 (49) Ansley J W 

25 Harmon Richard, r 

28 (57) Hatcher C W 

29 (48) Chambers J P 
32 (45) Vacant 
35 Vacant 

, Fowle r in ie rut^cU . 

37 Hearn ] C 

38 (37) Sands W G 

41 (44) Fraser S M 

42 (3s) Shields W S 

45 (32) Wall C E 

46 {Z2f) Starnes W A 

49 (30) Withers W J 
McAfee inter i^ecU. 

50 (31) Swiney J M 

54 (27) Moseley R J 

55 Vacant 

58 (25) Vacant 

59 Gray Mrs M P 
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69 (14) Hodgson Valentine M 

70 Vacant 

74 (9) Gray Mrs I A 
77 (12) Youngblood R Y 
81 Vacant 

Luckie inferitectft. 
93 (10) Steadman C P 

95 Wilson T P 

96 (7) Reeves J A J 
200 (5) Dudley John 



MINNIE, from Marietta 
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s e to Washington and n w to 
Walnut at junction Tatnall, i 
s of Hunter, Wards i and 2 

GOING EAST. 

I (i) TunsellW Be. 

3 (3) Burt S H, r 

5 (5) McNixon Davis, r 

10-12 Barwald M & Co 

15 (15) Sloan D U 
Day Edmund, c 

(19) Adams Mrs Laura 

(20) Campbell H B 
Phillips J M 

Atlanta Suspender Mfg Co 
American Press Assn 
(23) Dodson W C 

Pri/or intersectit. ' 

Hanvey G N 
38 Williams I. r . • 

41 (41) Williams T H 
45-47 Fuller S E 
46 (42) Tucker T W 
55-57 Lewis T S 

Loyd intersect^. 

Walsh T 

(64) Tanlunson L A 

Smith Mrs L M 

Bell M T 
74 (68) Nolan M A 
78 Simpson O F 

Girls High School 

Second Baptist Ch 
Wcwhingt/)?} intersect". 

Ga State Capitol 

GOING WEST. 

2 (2-4) Brotherton W H 
4 (6) Bryant J A 



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MITCHELL— Cont'd 
4^(6^) Williams Henry 
6 (8)' Heard & Parks 
8 (10) Hirschberg Paper Co 
pJHarris C, c 
9JH0P Sing 

10 (12) Abraham August 

10^(14) St James Hotel 

11--13 Loeb D C 

12 (14) King Printing Co 
Broad ends. 

14 (16) Wilkins Samuel 

16 (18) Franklin J H 

18 (20-22) Watson T A & Co 

i8iReed Mrs N T 

20 Russell E J, r 

21 Curtis W M , 

21 Moore & Balfe 

22 (24) Golden Frank, c 

23 Gloer Bros 

24 (26) Lee L L, r 

25 Eubanks I B 

26 (30) Weber Nicholas 

27 Tidwell & Pope 

28 (^i) Jones G B - 

30 (32) Seilzinger T F 
3oJBock Leo 

31 Morgan & Bro • 

32 (36) George J L 

3^\(2>^2) Bornemann Henry 

33 Megee B T " 
Selig Mrs S S - 

S Forsyth Interse^i. 
37 (41) Clarke E Y 
41 {49) Hudson W C 
51 (55) Pope D W 
55 Vacant 
57 Vacant 



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HEADQUARTERS FOR 

TAMPS, ATAMP 

TENCILS, AMb \ ■ SIJ/.^o 

EALS, OUPPLIES. 

8SK South Broad Street. 



PIM & TAYLOR 



—CONTRACTORS IN- 



itaising and moving Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled wit^ 
Perfect Safety. Special F eiiiiies 
for Moving Heavy Articles. ! 

Telephone 344. 21>^£. Alabamd 

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59 (61) Cheek S H 
63 (65) Caldwell James 
Thompson intersects. 

70 Treadwell Abbott & Co |. 

71 (71) Schmidt Robert ' 
Central R. R. intersects. ; 

E. T. V. & G. R. R. intersects. 
. E T V & G R R Pass Depot 

96 Bridwell C ~ 

97 Sherrod C, c 

98 Broun F 
CO Bland W E, r 
02 Union News Co 
04 Davis D, f- ' • 
04 Bridwell C 

Elliott intersects. 

06 Schikan J J 

07 (127) Wolpert W 

08 Koch & Stahl 

09 (129) Truitt & Son 

12 (134) Wolpert Wm 

13 (135) Young J 

15 (137) May Mantel Co 
^7 (13?) White B M 

16 Schikan J J 
19 (141) Hathorn N J 

Piantini & Son 
Brown W T Dr 

25 (145) Blanchard M C 

26 Hathorn N J 

32 Haynes J A 

33 (153) BentleyL 

34 McLean W L 
39 Kontz L ^ 

42 Peers A L 

43 Oliver W M 

45 (167) Dobbs'J E 

46 Vacant 



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Clothiers 1 Hatters, 

Old No.. 17 and 19 Whitehall Street. 
New No., 15 and 17. 

MITCHELL— Cont'd 
147 (169) Reynolds T S 
Mangum intfraect^. 
Dobhs Lumber Co 
151 (171) Belcher A C 
t57 (173) Belcher C M 
159 Brown j 
i6i (177) Vacant 
165 Hilderbrand T A 
167 (183) Minis M A 
171 (191) (iloer J I 

'75 O93) Burnett I) E ' 
176 Schell J T, r 

179 (195) Barrett J B 

180 Lewiis Sallie, c 

182 Vacant 

183 Specht \V 

184 Asbury & Taylor, r 

Hayne iufersects. 
Friendship Bap Ch, c 
189 Hopkins I), {■ 

191 {215) Pullum S S, i- 

192 Scott M, f 

195 Dickson A, r 

196 Thomas B F, r 

197 (223) Sherrod Charles, c 
199" Mills G, c 

200 Byrd H, r 

201 Landrum W, c 

204 Powell & Bro 

205 (227) Goodlett & Odom, c 

207 Holmes N, r 

208 Huff L, r 
212 Smith M, r 

DavU interaecU. 
216 Dickerson J, c 

220 Decatur I C, c 

221 Parker J 



223 X'acant 

224 Caldwell A, c 

225 Suttles D K 

226 West J B, I 

229 (251) Fincher & Findier 

229 Fleming C, c 

230 Fannings VV^, c 
232 Irwin r, I 

^3>2> (253) Frazer S, r 

235 (257) Vacant 

236 Murrell W, c 

238 V^acant 

239 Dollar Mrs A 
245 Dorzier M, c 

W Mitchell St Col School 
247 C^hriston A, c 
250 Parker J 

256 Moore H, r 

257 Chi vers W, c 

260 White I M, i- 

261 (283) Moreland H, . 

262 Townsley B H, r 

265 (287) Knott \V, c 

266 Williams P, c 

267 Vacant 
269 Butts T, c 

271 Banks W, c 

272 Holland W, c 

273 Smith L J, c 
275 Hinson A R, ^ 

Maple inter se^U. 

278 Smith B, c 

279 Johnson R, c 

282 Ivy S, c 

283 Palmer. F B 

286 Atkins O, c 

287 Stock H, r 

288 Ash R, c 



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CenM Insurance (gents 

Blr&, JAfG, Accident and 

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Hiinter, i w of Central R R, 
Ward I 



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MOORE, from (ieorgia R R n 
to Pratt at Jenkins and s to 
F'air. 

5 Haas Guthman ^ Co 
II (16) (Gregory VV H 
1 5 Rose J 

Decatur Interse'Cts. 

31 (11) Hart S 

32 (12) Mears J 

35 (.3) King H C 
Gormany I M 

36 (16) Ivey H 

37 (19) Allen J T 

38 Cochran B 

41 (29) Taylor J 

42 (40) Stokes W F 

45 r4i) Parker W L 

46 (42) Dunlap W W 

Gilmer intersects. 
72 (10) Chose wood Wm 

GOING SOUTH. 

4 (22) Vacant 

8 Rives Mrs. M A \ 

9 (27) Hamilton G C 

13 (29) Peacock J L 

14 (28) Hughes W P 

19 (31) Hollingsvvorth W R 



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■ Graining 'end Oil Colors, | 

Whe Lead, 1-Coat Carriage Faints.&c - 

Factory. 375 Decatnr St rt^t. '^ 

Office 56-58 Marietta Street. 



20 Wyly Emma K, r 
2 1 (33) Black T J 
22 White D O 

Hunter inter teoit. 



MOORE, from State w to 
Millian, 2 n of limits 



MORGAN, from Boulevard 
near north eastern limits, : 
of Ponce DeLeon avc 



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MORRIS, from Boulevard e 
limits, I n of Adam. Charjg 
ed to East ave. 



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MORRIS, from Hollins e 
Robbins, i s of Wells, Wa^-d 
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MORRISON AVE, from b4u 
levard n to limits, 3 s 
Ponce deLeon ave. 



MOSELEY, from Grant e [to 
Gullatt, r s of Georgia R 



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I n of W Hunter. 



MURPHY, from Marietta s 
W & A R R, I w Bass ave 



MYRTLE, from North ave 



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NEAL, from Chestnut w be- 
yond limits, I s of Kennedy, 
Ward 5. 

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SADDLES AND HARNESS 

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NEAL— Cont'd 

Smith Mrs S A 
Flournoy J W 
Adams J J 
Cogle R E 
Fostej Frank 
Peacock E H 
Morris J R 
Peacock i|I J 
Thompsoft J F 
Peacock | P 



NELSON, from Thompson w 
to Chapel, 3 s of W Mitchell. 
Ward I. 

22 (20) Buri^ P B 
E. T., V. d' G. B. R. inter^ecU. 

29 Doolittle M 

35 Grubb A F 

47 Collier J 

54 Vacant 

58 (54) Strange John T 

64 (62) Huff James C 

68 Stuchlik Joseph W 

74 Armistead Thomas M 

75 {2,3) Tanner F L* 

80 Treadwell F S ' 

81 (85) McRea F M 
84 Orear John D 

87 Beall A C 

90 Camp Milton P 

93 Collier H L 

94 Reneau Olmius 

Mangmn commenoes, 
98 Klassett Andrew 
1 01 Scott R J 

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(107) Fish R 
(hi) Cook H P 
(115) Crouch J M 
Crankshaw H 
Martin Horace G 
(125) Gullatt W S 

Haj/nes intersects. 
(120) Kennedy Mrs Su^ie 
Humphries N N \ 

McCarley T J 
Gardner M M 
(136) Freeman Edward, c 
Cross J W 

(140) Gossman Mrs Virginia 
(144) McAllister Mrs M J 
Tiirnipseed R W . 
(148) Cheney J P 
Moncrief D E 
Moncrief S P 

Tatnnll commencti^. 
(152) Burrell Wm L 

(154) Lemke Charles 

(155) Abbott J M 

(156) Winn Thomas J 
Thompson M 

(160) Kern Martin | 

(163) Beall W W 

(164) Buckalew John P 
Vacant 

(170) Gann David 
(172) Gann Wm 



NESBrr, from Plum to Luckie, 
I s of North ave, Ward 5. 
9 (2) Haynes Mrs Sarah 
10 (3) Byers Mrs R G 
10 (16) White Mrs M ] 
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Cain s to Ellis, i w of Fort, 
Ward 4. 



NEWTON, from Elliott w to 
Haynes, i n of Foundry, 
Ward 5. 
14 Davis J W 

17 (13) Lovejoy Harry, c 

18 (12) Williams Fannie, c' 

19 /13) Moreland George, c 

21 (11) Cook Lucy, r 

22 (10) Moore J D 

24 (10) Simmermon Wm 

25 (9) McCall James B 

27 (9 J) Buford Mrs Alice 

28 (8) Miller C A 

Hall C J 

31 (7) Brogdon Ruth, c 

32 (6) Cobb J T ^ 

34 (30) Vacant I 

35 (5) Henderson Mary, < 
37 (5) Brogdon Mary, c 

40 (4) Pugh Mary, / 

41 ^3) Brown Manuel, c 

43 (3) Davenport Annie, c 

44 (2^) Flury W A 

45 Holcombe J R 

46 (2) Pierson Mrs B 

Mangum intersects. 

5 1 Gray Harry, c 

52 (27) Christian Henry, c 

53 (33) Simmons Butler, c 
60 Green Francis, c 

64 Holland Lee, c 
67 (17) Eason George, c 
69 (41) Wilder George, c 
73-75 Stone Frank 



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98 whiteThall street. 

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Goal and IVniiil 

Wooldridge, Jellico and Bon Air. 

DRY STOVE WOOD ALWAYS ON HRND. 

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79 Manley Robert, c 

Hayne intersects. . 
83 (62) Russel Levi, c 
87 (64) Seals Dock, c 
89 Williams Dave, c 
93 Whittaker Lee, c 

NOLAN, from Summit 
to Boulevard, i n of 
Ward 4. 



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tree e to limits and w to linpits, 
Wards 4, 5 and 6. 

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36 Jackson W A 
39 Cay John E 

Peachtree intersect.s. 
78 (2) Williams C H - 
81 Arnold G W Jr 

Courtland inter secU. 
Juniper commences. 
95 (99) Swift T C 
103 (25) Freeman Milton, c 
107 (27) Marsh E M 
117 (31) CrusselleT A 
121 (143) Wright Augustus, 
125 (145) Bonner Mollie, t 
127 Vacant 

Piedmont ave intersects. 
135 (41) ReillyJ E 
139 Creary Mrs J J 
145 Kamper C J , 

160 Clark Mollie, c 

Myrtle commences. 
177 Scott W 
181 Richards W A 
185 Evans S M 



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O'rmr intrrseti,<. 

lA^vejou cyids. 
Fou'Irr inU'r:ifct!'. 

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193 Waldron R P 
205 (52) Owings J no R 

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2 2' Torbeti M B 
257 and 259 Vacant 

StaU commeiic^s. 
^2q (i) Jones R W F 
53S (10) Newton 1 J 
344 (14) Chapel Annie. / 

347 (17) Watts J L M 

348 (t6) Jones A H 
Ashler Sam 

349 Mehaffey Bud 
351 Casey J P 

';^2 (18; Bo^cius A A 

362 (20) McColgan Mrs M E 

366 (26) Brooks J W 

37b (30) Vacant 

374 (38) Dougherty Richard 

376 (36) Chapman Charles 

378 Chapman Mrs M S 

384 (42) Jenkins J B 

39c (46) Wilson J O 

392-394 (48) Lee R £ 

398 (50J Watson Wash, c 

400 (52) McCord Lewis, c 



402 ^54) Jarkson Sol. < 
404 (56) .Hardeman H, (■ 
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Pan id John. <■ 

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38 Jenkins B. <• 
70 Jenkins Albert, r 
00 (150) Little Wni. c 
Childs Han. « 
103 Foliver Peter, c 
Pucker Nettie. <• 
107 Long AllVed, *• 

Smart Charles, c 
1 T 1 Phurmond Ben, ( 
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Randoljih. 1 n of Wheat, 
Ward 4. 



ORANGE, from Smith n e to 

Windsor, i s of Whitehall, 

Ward 2 

7 Fcote Abe 

9 Britton Rev 1 M 
19 (12) Villard W D 
29 (15) Lindsey Dennis 
31 U7) Durdin C D 
33 (19) Singley A B 

40 (31) George Israel, c 

41 Birch Jane, <r 

42 Henry Albert, c 

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44 Jenkins Allen, c 

}6 (27) Jenkins I,ewis, c 

50 (26) JeffersoM (ieorge, c 

52 Kirkland ] (\ f 

60 Vacant 

f)2 Woodson LiK inda. r' 

^3 White Mary, r 

64 Leary (lai born, r 

65 Weeks Lizzie, c 
(>(} (lipson riiomas. r 
67 Riley [asper, r 

.S7 (2) Fuss J F 
90 (r) Morgan Mrs P 
9f (4) Foard R () 
92 (3) Morgan p: T 

95 (^>) Vittur Charles 

96 (iorman Albert, r ' 
9S 'Fhomas James, r 

ro4 (7) lialch J 'F 




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w of Williams, Ward 5. 

12 (10) Lowry f T 

13 (9) earner VV C 

15 (13) Kddeman P: O 

16 (12) (iovan Henry 

17 (15) ('ook AT 
18(14) VVebb Mrs L B 
21 (19) Park J R 

2T, McDonald J C 

27 (23) Fuller Mrs A M 

30 Traylor Mrs S D 

31 (29) Wilkinson Mrs V A 

W Harris intersecU. 
46 (30) Fasler Jacob 

50 (32) Cole E I 

51 (35) Doolittle L W 



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5.^ (M) Varnell J W 
54 (34) Hriice Mrs S ( 
57 (29) Hvans W L 
61 (41) .Srhnider Wm 
63 (ieorge W H 

W linker iittrrxfifU. 
.Si rnfuitm in fersrvU, 
2 Calhoun Ann, ,• 

5 Parks Luc in da, r 

6 Rf-ynolds Marv, r 
79 Vacant 

10 Vacant 

\2 Jones Sallie. c 

Alexander inft^rsfH.*, 
I r8 Ransom Stella, r 

Poirevi* intersects. 
127 Smith Susan. (■ 
129 Cody Sarah. / 
1:^2, Hill Reuben, r 
135 Wimbush Louis, r 
137 Bell Ella, . 
139 Dorsey (jenie. «■ 
141 Cody Sarah, r 

Mills interi^erU. 
ffiinnirntt int^raectji. 
188 Vacant 

190 Chastine Judie, r «' 
192 Langston Jerry, c 
194 (214) Williams Harrv. c 

Springfield Baptist Church 
199 Randall Jessie. < 
201 Grant Miles. < 
203 Durrer Crawford, c 
Pine intersects. 
Merritts ave intersects. J 
243 Randolph A B. , 
245 Green Henry 
249 Henderson Louis, i- 






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251 Van Hooks Tucker. 
255 Hardy Ann, c 
257 Vacant 

260 Bradley Eljis, c 

261 Barrow Nettie, i 

Linden intersect'. 
283 Buckley Charles 
293 Smith j B, r 
295 Paris Wm 
297 Key J L 

North ave inter sect-^. 



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4 south of Georgia ave Ward 



PACKARD, from Thompson w 
to Central R R, i s of Broth- 
erton, Ward 2 
4-6 (11) Peek Bessie, c 
10 (11) White Mrs E J 
12 (12) Palmer Victoria, c 
14 (12) Collirfs Edward, c 
20 Williams JiPrdan, c 

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vard, Ward 3. 
Manly J C 
Buchanan T J 
Mabrey M J 
Robbins W J 
Stowers H H 
Wilson MrsCP 
Sutton J T 

dy Mrs Jane 



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Johnson S R 
Brown H H 
Patterson W rf 



PARKER, from W 
to Lovejoy, i n 
Wards 5 and 6. 
6 Payne W D 

15 (7) Annis C S 

16 Otto Peter 

Scott ihtemectn. 

17 (9) Schilling Mrs F 
21 (11) Costan C L 

27 (13) Herring Elijah 
SpiHng intersects. 
41 Dbbbs Sarah, i 
45 Harris Lou, <: 
47 Smith Adelaide, c 
49 Paschal Adolphus, r 
53 Simon Newton, c 

Waiiams intersect^. 
68 York Ismael, c 
70 Howard Joseph, c 

73 Simmons Wm, c 

74 Lewis Richard, c 

76 Garner Henrietta, c 

77 Mills Charles, c 

78 Harper Lizzie, r 

79 Grimes Lee, c 



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PARSONS, from Walnut w to 
Chestnut, i n of Fair, Ward i. 
I (i) Simmons J M, i- 
12 (6) Kerr J LC 

26 (12) Evans W^ E, c 

27 (25) Wylie Ella, c Op 

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Vine intersects. 
37 (33) Thomas Zachary, c 
T,^ (34) Williams John, c 
40 (36) Baily Wm, c 

43 (39) Schell Robert, c 

44 (48) Odum Cordelia, c 

45 (41) Tucker Samuel, c 

47 (43) Beny Stephen, c 

48 (42) Farmer Thomas, c 
64 Gardner Edward, c 

"jg Powell John, c 

PAVILION, from Grant e to 
Grant's Park, i s of Georgia 
* ave. 

Ware W P 

Walker I) F 

Benteen F W 

Gates H L 

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PEACHTREE, from W & A 
R R opposite Whitehall, n 
and by east to limits. Ward 6. 

1 Lagomarsino J N 

2 Russell W A 

3 Jones E S, r 

4 Fry Abe 

5 (5) Glazier F H 

6 (6) National Hotel 

7 (7) Swift & Harris 

8 (8) Hall G W 

9 Hughes & Law 
9^Jones W M . 

Avery J W 
Geiger C A 
Brooks C L 



Plocrinan S |||oorinan, 

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Telephone 344. 21>^E. Alabama. 

Eichberg David » 

Peters Land Co 
King & Anderson 
Wilkins Grant 

10 (8) McKerrell A 

11 Nash A, c 

12 (10) Burkert J M , 

13 Northrop J P 

14 (12) Saloshin G 

15 Goldsmith & Allensworth 

16 White H J, ^ 

17 Vacant 
17^ Haygood, Lovett & Plyer 

Avary R L 

Clayton Sewing M Mot'r Co 

McPherson Dry Kiln Co 

18 Emery H F 
19-21 Beermann & Silverman 

Decatur intersects. 
23-25 Elkin-Watson Drug Co 

Edgewood ave commenced. 
28 (20) Healey T G 

Scott & Leibman 

Powers Henry R 
28JHopkins J L & Son 

Pearce J W 

Hancock AG 
30 (22) Powell G W L 

Hall M .fi 

32 (24) Potts & Potts 

33 Clarke T M & Co 

34 (26) Scales H P Tobacc Co || 
34i (26^) Cooper Hunter P ' 



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36 (28) Carter & Evans 

Mut Aid L & Im Co 

37 Phillips & Crew 
3S (30) Barnwell V T 



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Clotliiers i Hatters, 

Old No., 17 and 19 Whitehall Street. 
New No.. 16 and 17. 

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PEACHTREE— Cont'd 

40 {^2) Wilson A McD 

41 (31) Schafifner C E 

42 (34) Lowry Hardware Co 
42iWhit'e W Woods 

Walton commences. 

43 {33>) Rose & Bailey 
43^(31^) Penn Mutual L In Co 
45 (35)' McKeldin & Carlton 
49 Porter Bros 

49i(37^) Whitfield F. 
Cooper R, c 
52-54 (36-38) Hunnicutt & 

Bellingrath Co 
51 Vacant 

S3ii39i) I^ynch S E 
Dorsey & Pate 
Atl Sun Bonnet Mfy 

55^Altanta Club 

56 (40) Hightower Hallman & 

Co 

57 (43) Jackson G M 

60-62 (40-42) Miller A J&Son 
•61 (45) Dobbs Wey & Co 
62^(44^) Manning A A 
6^ Freyer & Bradley Music Co 
Crocker & Smith 

64 Morgan D 

65 (49) King Hardware Co 

Wheat commences. 

66 Tappan & Co 

70 (50) Hampton & Co 
Poplar commences. 
75 (53) Prior G S 
77 (55) Miller R Lee & Co 
77P'ggers & Biggers 

Durham & Durham 

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Vaughan J B 
78 (54) Smith E F 
78MVellons J, c 
80 (54) People's Banking C 

81-83 (57-59) KirkeT&Co 
82 (56) Walker P B, c 

Sirkin M 
^2, (61) Hall & Champenois 
83^Shaver Mary 

84 (58) Gaines Marion 
84J (58^) Powell F T 

85 (63)" Singer Mnfg Co 

86 (60) Lofton J T & Co 
Hollis & Powers 

.iV Broad emls. 
87-89 (65 67) Ives L M 
91 (69) Simmons H 
93 (69) Fuhrer J 
95 (71) Stewart.] M 
95^Sou Industrial Aid Society 
97 (73) Avary M B & Co 
97iDelbridge G W 
Hoult N E 
Avarv A 

(71^)' Home Pub Co 
99 (15) Duffy J J 
99iPaine C M 
"Brockett C T 

Luckie commence^*. 
103 (77) Holbrook A L & Co 
105 (77) Spear W Jay 
io5^Cooper A H, r 
Valentine A, c 
107 Henry C R - 
1 09 Roberts W J & Son 
no (62) Alexander J F 
III (83) Stephens G W 
113 (85) Keeling W J 



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Fire, TAf&, Accident and 

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.15 (87) Tilton T W 

116 (}reat A & P Tea Co 
ii6i-ii8^ Moore's Business Col 

Atlanta Classical School 

Law she J Q 

Provident S L Ins Society 

1 17 (89) Brown J 

118 (70) Heery D T 
120 (72) Heinze H ] Co 

122 (72^) Gate City'G'd Arm'y 
124 (74) Crescent Stm Laundry 

James eommenr^n. 
130 (78) Atl Stm Laundry 
First Meth Epis Church 
Houston commences. 
132 (80) Fairbanks & Benteen 
134 (82) West Bros 
138 (84) Hogan & Co 
140 (86) Echols & Richards 

MI- 145 (93-99) Bratton L R 
i44iBaker J C, c 

146 150 Gregory's Pharmacy 

Church commen/'es. 

'65 (113) Lumpkin W W 

Banks H 
166 Boyd & Henderson 
i66MValker Henry W 
168 (100) Robertson E A & Co 
170 (102) Buzbee Carter K 
172 Archibald Robert N 
i72^Currier Henry M 
174 Johnson & McKinnon 
176 Vacant 
178 Mashburn & Son 
180 White Sewing Mach Co 

Ellis intersects. 
183 Maddox R F 




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WUOUESALE itllD RETAIL 

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1.86 (i 14) Capital City Club 

190 Richards Mrs Josephine A 

191 Vacant 

198 (124) Leyden House 
201 (143) Ballard House 

208 (134) Northern Hon Wm J 

209 (15 I^avis J A 
211 (151) Hagan Hugh 

Chin intersects. 

215 (153) H411 W R 

Payne J C 

216 (142) Simmons T J 

223 (163) Alexander J M 

224 (150) Lawshe Er 
229 (171) Elkin WS 

233 O73) Bullock R B^ 

234 (15^) Hammond N J 

242 (162) iTiman H T 

243 O77) Bridge J ame5 Jr 

Harris intersects. 

247 (187) Bleckley L E 

248 (174) Duncan Mrs M E 

257 (195) Langston T L 

258 (182) Fuller I E 

263 (201) Flower Mrs F M 

266 (190) Wylie J R 

267 (205) Blount J T 

274 (198) Scott H F 

275 Dougherty D H 

Baker intersects. 
W Peaehtree commences. 
279 (213) Goldsmith J W 
286 (218) Normandie, The 
291 (227) Orme J T 
296 (220) Thompson J B 

301 (229) Gress G V 

302 (222) Barker C PN 
305 (231) Hemphill RA 



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OEAUEIR IN — 

Lap Robes, Hoi'se Blankets. 

AN0 WHIPS OF ALL KINDS. 



9 S. Bfoad St. 



PEACHTREE— Cont'd 

308 (230) Hill B H 

309 (233) DeLeon B C 
313 {247) Cook G W D 
321 (251) Herring W B 

323 (253) Peavy A E 
325-329 (253-257) Farlinger A W 
Ivy e)ids. \ 

330 (238) Porter J H 
339 (259) Meador T D 
344 Vacant 

Forest ave commences. 
352 (264) Renfroe J W 
355 (265) Kiser M C 
358 Huard Miss C A 

362 (278) Everett W S 

363 (267) Ridley R B 
368 (280) Winter J L 
371 (281) Powell FT 

374 (282) Foreacre Mrs G T 
375) (285) NunnallyJ H 
Giirrier eoimnences. 

380 (288) Kingsbery C S 

381 (289) Dickey J L 
384 (292) Wilkes S W 

387 ^291) Drake Mrs A S 

388 (294) Elfe G C 

390-392 {296-298) Kamper C J 

Alexander ends. 
400 Vacant 

402 (304) Haiman Elias 
406 (306) Cabaniss H H 

409 (307) Smythe W H 

410 (308) Black E P 

416 (314) Stocking Samuel 

427 (319) Grant Mrs Martha 

428 (320) Grant W D 

Pine intersects. 



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435 
442 

445 
449 

450 

453 

458 
468 

469 

477 
478 
491 

■494 
495 
497 

503 

504 
508 

513 
514 
521 

522 

527 

528 

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534 

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547 
550 
549 
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(322) Raine J S 
(325) Sprenger J J 
(328) Evans J C 
{333) Scruggs W F 

(335) Peck Mrs C I 
Wyly B F Jr 

(342) Dougherty D O 
(341) Harris C R 
(344) Dreyfus Julius 

(336) Snow H Y 
Howard commences, 

(349) Peel W L 
(353) Hilliard H W 
(338) Inman W P 
Vacant 

(378) Dickson W M 
(369) Kamper C J 
(381) Alexander J A 
Linden intersects. 

(383) McCandless E S 

(384) Jones D C 

(398) Russell W A 

(399) Lowe W B 

(400) Hemphill W A 
(411) Goldsmith J H 
(402) Steele A B 

(413) McCabe Mrs E G 
Otdey J K 
(404) High J M 
(417) DuBose E R 
Inman S W 

North ave intersecU. 

(421) Wilkins Grant 

(422) Spear W J 
(427) Parrott Geo W 
Block F E 

(429) Traynham W L 
(431) Dejarnette Mrs.G H 





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No. 39 S. Broad St., Dealers in 

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ACHTREE— Cont'd 
Ponce DeLeon commences. 

Inman S M 
Kimball commences. 

(428) Reagan W E 

(433) Mirns Livingston 
(437) Hawkes A K 
(430) Buck A E 

(434) Mynatt P L 
(463) Clarke R C 
(436) Castleman H . 

Third intersect'^. 
(481) Thornton A E 
' (482) Winship George 
{484) Spalding R D 

(485) Clarke Thos M 

(486) Speer D N 
Fourth intersect^. 

(448) Bowen Robert 
(489) Harvvood Mrs S D 
(488) Peters Mrs Mary J 
FiftJi intersects. 

(496) Reed W M 

(497) McGehee C C 
(501) Boyd I S 

Si.vtJi intersects. 
Bates M L 
(504) Clarke John S 
Unfinished 
Beck Albert L 
Sanger E G 

(509) Scott F M 

(510) Johnson Harvey 
Seventh intersecU. 

(512) Goode S W 
(514) Anderson Clifford L 
Unfinished 
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MEMPH 

STOVE CO.- 




98 WHITEHALL STREET. 
See Page 57. 



CDAIi AND WOOD 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

Clean Lump Coal at Lowest Prices. 

Prompi Delivery Guaranteed. 
TEL 80A YAK»S Dl. GA. R. B. ST. 

759 (521) Freeman J C 

760 (520) Culpepper Jesse W 
783 Morgan T H 

789 West A J 
8i5f Bain DM 

819 Crawford J M 

820 Langston J N 
McMurtrey J W 

834 (540) Walker R L * 

839 (1335) Echols E V 

840 (542) Walker W P 

862 (701) McGrath Mrs Kate 
864 (701) Chaffee CC 

869 (708) Leonard H C 

870 Unfinished 

894 (714) King Alex 
897 (715) Douglas R O 
910 (720) Donaldson T J 
915 Smith Mrs HE 
920 Leach J M 

McAfee C L B 
924 Austin J L 
944 Workman E 
958 Spalding J J 
979 Calhoun Patrick 



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PEACHTREE— Cont'd 

308 (2^t)) Hill B H 

309 (233) OeLeon B C 
3^3 (247) Cook G W D 
321 (251) Herring W B 
323 (253) Peavy A E 
325-329 (253-257) Farlinger A W 

Ivy encLi. 
330 (238) Porter J H 
339 (259) Meador T D 
344 Vacant 

Forest ave commence,^, j 
352 (264) Renfroe J W 1 
355 (265) Kiser M C 
358 Huard Miss C A 

362 (278) Everett W S 

363 (267) Ridley R B 
368 (280) Winter J L 
371 (281) Powell FT 

374 (282) Foreacre Mrs G T 

375 (285)' Nunnally J H 

Currier commences. 

380 (288) Kingsbery C S 

381 (289) Dickey J L 
384 (292) Wilkes S W • 

387 (291) Drake Mrs A S 

388 (294) Elfe G C 

, 390-392 (296-298) Kamper C J 
Alexander ends. 
400 Vacant 

402 (304) Harman Elias 
406 (306) Cabaniss H H 

409 (307) Smythe W H 

410 (308) Black E P 

416 (314) Stocking Samuel 

427 (319) Grant Mrs Martha 

428 (320) Grant W D 

Pine intersects. 



434 (322) Raine J S 

435 (325) Sprenger J J 
442 (328) Evans J C 
445 (333) Scruggs W F 

449 (335) Peck Mrs C I 

Wyly B F Jr 

450 (342) Dougherty D O 
453 (341) Harris C R 
458 (344) Dreyfus Julius 

468 (336) Snow H Y 

Howard commences. 

469 (349) Peel W L 

477 (353) Hilliard H W 

478 (338) Inman W P 
491 Vacant 

494 (378) Dickson W M 

495 (369) Kamper C J 
497 (381) Alexander J A 

Lijiden intersects. 

503 {3^3) McCandless E S 

504 (384) Jones D C 
508 (398) Russell W A 

513 (399) Lowe W B 

514 (400) Hemphill W A 

521 (411) Goldsmith J H 

522 (402) Steele A B 

527 (413) McCabe Mrs E G 

Ottley J K 
.528 (404) High J M 

533 (417) DuBose E R 

534 Inman S W 

North ave intei'sects. 

541 (421) Wilkins Grant 

544 (422) Spear W J 

547 (427) Parrott Geo'W 

550 Block F E 

549 (429) Traynham W L 

553 (431) Dejarnette Mrs G H 

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Ponce DeLeon commences. 
Inman S M 
Kimball commences. 
574,(428) Reagan W E 
575' (433) Mims Livmgston 
5^3 (437) Hawkes A K 
584 (430) Buck A E 
590 (434) Mynatt P L 
593 (463) Clarke RC 
598 (436) Castleman H 
Third intersect. 
611 (481) Thornton A E 
614 (482) Winship George 

624 (484) Spalding R D 

625 (485) Clarke Thos M 
632^(486) Speer D N 

Fourth intersects. 
639^t448) Bowen Robert 
647 (489) Harwood Mrs S D 
652 (488) Peters Mrs Mary J 

FifUi intersects. 
672 (496) Reed W M 
679 (497) McGehee C C 
695 (501) Boyd I S 

Sixtli intersects. 

701 Bates M L 

702 (504) Clarke John S 
708 Unfinished 

7 1 1 Beck Albert L 

Sanger EG 
727 (509) Scott F M 
730 (510) Johnson Harvey 

Seventh intersects. 
734 ^5i2).Goode S W 
740 (514) Anderson Cliflford 
754 Unfinished 

Eighth intersects. 



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98 WHITEHALL STBEBT. 

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759 (521) Freeman J C 

760 (520) Culpepper Jesse W 
783 Morgan T H 
789 West A J 
815 Bain D M 

819 Crawford J M ' 

820 Langston J N 
McMurtrey J W 

834 (540) Walker R L 

839 (1335) Echols E V 

840 (542) Walker W P 
862 (701) McGrath Mrs Kate 
864 (701) Chaffee C C 

869 (708) Leonard H C 

870 Unfinished 
894 (714) King Alex 
897 (715) Douglas R O 
910 (720) Donaldson T ] 
915 Smith Mrs HE 
920 Leach J M 

McAfee C L B 
924' Austin J L 
944 Workman E 
958 Spalding J J 
979 Calhoun Patrick 

PEAR, from North ave n, bey TJ Jj 
limits, I w of W Peachtree. S ! 
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PEARL, from Pine n to Ponce 
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BBl^TING, 

Hose, Packing, Slc, 
47 and 49 S. Broad Street 

PEARL— Cont'd 

WUey inter seet'<. 
Harmon E S 

Marcus begins. 
Waterhouse inter8eci^. 
■^ Jefferson begins 

Thiirman E H 
(62) Christopher W | 
Christopher Mrs G 
Duke R T 
(22) Harris W K 
(20) Pierce G M 
Martin Mrs Sibbie 
Poss C C 
(57) Kerr J W 
Drake C M 
Drake G W 

Fair intersects. 



PERT3UE ALLEY, from Simp- 
son s to W Baker, i e of Hull, 
Ward 5. 

PETERS, from Forsyth s w to 
limits, Wards i and 2. 
3-5 Patterson R A Tobacco Co 
3jMangum Mrs Viola . 
4 (32) Williams J H 

6 (34) Williams Mrs J H 

7 O'Sullivan E J 

8 (36) Young k Morris 

9 Vacant 

1 1 Vacant 

12 {:^S) Ruddell Hiram 
^3 (39) Eoo Sam 

15 (41) McNeal W S 

Costella Mrs Rachel 

16 (42) Sharp W H \ 



20 (44) Cody Mrs M J 

23 (49) Fox Thomas 

24 (48) Maxwell J R 
28-30 (50) Killian DA 

33 (59) Buice Madison 

34 (58) Hall W H 

37 Arwood Mrs A 

38 (62) Mozley Hiram 
40 (64) Cohen N E 

Thompson intersects. 

44 Engine Co No 5 

45 (67) Piantini Umberto . 
47 (59) Gammel Mrs ME 
49 (70) Roberson George, c 
51 (70) Mosley Dock, r 

53 (71) Ligon Emmet, r 
55 (73) Highland Matilda, c 
57 (75) Henderson Hester, c 
Ganiett commences. 

70 (88) Greenlee S M & Bro 

71 Atlanta Compress 

76 (92) Ga Pine Lumber Co 
Central B R intersicts. 
E T V& G R R inih^sects. 

79 McCollough Edward, c 

81 Chong Kee Lung & Co 

d>T, Pope George 

85 (97) Stocks Coal Co 
Mangnm commence^. 

87 Gershon A 

89 King James R 

91 Franklin E A 

93 (103) Eplan L 

95 Credille Wm 

97 Tiller & Suttles 

99 VV^yatt Burt, c 
loi Herren & Little 
103 Ballinger Lottie, c 

W. H. CHASE, Agt.. 

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05 (117) Eent B F 
07 (ii9)Joffe & Seywolowich 
09 Snetman Jacob 
1 1 Curtis Alfred L 
13 (123) Bragard F 
15 Babb James R 
17 V^acant 

Hayne commences. 
19 (133) Wilson Sidney M 
19J Cross Mrs Elizabeth 
21 Johnson Benjamin J, r 

DeFoor John C 
23 Dawson T K, ^ 
25 (141) Gordon Louis 
27 Bliem & Leyh 
29 (145) Schell JohnT, c 
31 Anderson & Son 
^^ Vacant 

(151) White Abe, c 
31 (^53) Seawright James R 
41 Schreiber A 

43 Gordon Louis 

44 (158) Vinson George A 

45 (165) Goldstein L 

47 (167) Stewart Grisham B 

48 (164) Johnston Mrs Mary J 

49 (171) Mason J A & Sons 
5^ O73) Gordon Louis 

52 Revson Frank 

53 White & Sons 

54 Vacant 

55 (177) McDonald S A 

56 Wynn Robert S 

57 Waits W W & Co 

59 Gossett Mrs M A 

60 Holliday G H 

6p McDonald Mrs S A 



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Whiskey, Wines & Cigars 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broa'i Streets. 

Telephone 4-20. 



162 Harbuck George E 

163 McDonald S A 
Fair inter secU. 

Home for the Friendless 
177 ([85) Lindenberg Wm 
Central Baptist Church 

179 Stevens H J 

180 (186) Fuller Mrs Francis P 

181 Stevens Wm J 

^^3 (^93) Nason M F 

184 Wesley W F 

185 Rosenthal L 
187 (197) Weingart Adolph R 

190 Barge Sewell & Campbell 

191 (201) Jentzen Mrs M A \ 

192 Collins Forest E 
195 Jentzen W H 

197 (205) Harris Fleming 

198 Dorre Kal 

Joiner commences. 

199 (207) Thompson J H, c 

200 (212) Pr?tt D & Co 

201 (209) Lynch Peter 
203 (211) Johnson Benjamin J 

205 Todd A F & Bro 

206 (214) Mason Carlos H 

207 Vacant 

208 Bobo John H 

209 (217) Fulton Wm H 

210 (218) Yarbrough Mrs M 

211 (219) Braswell Mrs E J 

212 (220) Vacant 

213 Cowen W^m H 
(212) Stevens John M 

214 (222) Vacant 

215 (227) Legg J B 

217 McConnell U O 

218 Vacant 



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22 Kimball House, Decfttor Street. I ing 



Fire, Life, Acekieni and Plate Olaai In- 
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PETERS— Cont'd 
219 Harris Fleming 
221 Eskridge A P 

223 Daniel R G 

Jeannette coming noe4. 

224 Eubanks Gilbert T 

225 (237) Sutton John, c 
227 Smith S D, r 

229 (241) Vacant 

230 "Sewell James S 

231 (243) Borge J H, c 

233 (245) Vacant 
235 (247) Harris Henry, r 
237 Richardson Robert, r 
239 Nash Alphonso L, r 
242 McConnell U O 
245 Clayton Columbus C, < 
Walker cominencf^. 

254 Bleim H 

255 (263) Moyer Isaac P, f 

258 Curtis W M 

TrenJiolm com mences . 

259 (265) Deneen John agt 

263 Carmichael R N 

264 Spain Gilbert, t' 

265 Sharp Minerva, f 

266 Jones Matilda, r 

267 Watkins S B, v 

268 Echols Caroline, i 

269 Gossett & Gibson 

270 Lemon Augustus H, <: 

271 Smith S D, t 

HiJh avf commence^. 

272 Martin Thomas, r 

275 Anderson Matiie. r 

276 Grizzard T J 

277 King Emanuel, r 
280 King Benjamin F 



281 Watkins Wm, c 

284 (288) Hall J W 

285 Grizzard Thomas J 

286 Ogletree J P 

McDaniel intersects. 
290 Vacant 

292 Hollingsworth & Adair 

293 Stewert & Kelsey 

294 Bently Moses H, c 

295 McKinney David, c 
297 (305) Houk David M 

300 Ferrell Lewis, c 

301 Jones Wm R 

305 Pearson Mrs Sarah V 

309 Jones N J, r 

311 Vacant 

313 Cann Joe 

315 Vacant 

317 Vacant 

319 Beerman H C 

Beennan coimnences, 
323 (327) T H Miller & Bro 
325 (339) Stewart Mrs S W 
327 Green Adolph, c 
329 (341) Poole & Childress 
333 HuffHT 
341 Abbott Henry L 
347 (359) King Rufus M, f 
Humphries commences. 

349 (361)) 

351 V MiddlebrooksWM 

353 ) 

3474 Blair W S 

Reese D A 

Howell H L 
355 (363) Blair I xM 
Blair N N 
357 (365) Dawson A 

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BidgoodTW 

361 Crosby J R 

363 (367) Crabtree W M 
Leonard commences. 
Kile W C 
James Thos, r 
Barge G N, r 
Vacant 
Wooten A, c 
Hood J M 
Vacant 

Middlebrooks W M 
Bliem H 
Leyh C 
Bliem & Leyh 
Howard A 
French G H 
Abbett H M 
Burch W R 
Adair G W 



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393 


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399 


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441 


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land, Ward 6. 

GOING NORTH. 

8 Buggs J, c 

9 Burke T 

10 Maddox Jane, c 

1 1 Nesbit Mattie, c 
13 Jenkins Ella, c 

16 (14) Lipes M 

17 Johnson I, c 

20 (22) Burney Julius A 

21 (24) Hawkins Edward, c 
Buice D I . 



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HEADQUARTERS FOR 

IlJi."'' - OUPPLIES. 



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itaising and moving BuildingSt 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 
Perfect Sality. Special F' cilili08 
for Moving Heavy Articles, j 

Telephone 344. 21>^ £. Alabama. 

24 Cooper Wm J 

25 Watkins Bartow 
Smith A 

29 Broughton J B 

32 (28) Hubbard Wm L 

33 Brindle John 

34 (30) Morrison Thorntofi F 

37 Lother W P 

38 (34) Carlton B C 
40 (36) Winburn D W 

Gilmer intersects. 
43 (41) Trowbridge J 
46-48 Enlore Wm H 
47 (45) Powers F M 

51 (49) Moore G W 
Miller J T 

52 (50) Gullatt H 
55 (51) Dunn W E 

59 (55) Bellamy J 

60 (56) Dine A H 

63 (59) Moore S T 

64 (60) Gatins J 

Jenkins intersects. 
67 (63) Yarborough J S 
70 (68) Roche Wm H 
74 (72) Glenn T C 
78 (74) Boyd M A 
Pittman N E 

78 (74) Adams H B 
Smith M C 

79 (75) Bliley F X 

81 (79) Jackson H H 

82 (76) Ridge F t 

83 Durrett R B 

84 (78) Allensworth.J - 

85 (83) Mack M 

86 (80) Landrum S H 

87 (85) Henderson J W 



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PIEDMONT AVE— Cont'd 
91 (87) MizellLW 
9S (9O Stanley I E 
99 (95) Marston E F 
103 (99) Mahley G B 
107 (103) Longley B F 
Lane O R 
Pendleton P 
Edgewood ave IntenecU. 
College commence!*, 
12 (no) Loftis J L 
14 (112) Heirstein B 

19 (117) Alteneder C 

20 (118) Taylor H S 

23 (119) Wurm A J 

24 (120) Dunlap H C 

Wheat intersects. 
41 Alexander H, c 

43 Holmes J, c 

44 (142) Ashworth T R 
47 (143) ^^mith C 

47 (143) Mathews T J 

48 (146) Looney I) S 

52 (150) Rucker H A 

53 Jolly M W 

56 (156) Penamore S E, i 

57 (153) Merritt W 

59 (157) King J L 

60 (160) Carrawav | B 

63 Wallace O J ' * 

64 (162) Callaway O 
68 (164) Campbell J H 
72 (166) Mardis H R 

Houston intersect^. 
85 (i83)ClaspyJ H 

93 Mitchell J, c 

94 (190) Boyd Wm, c 

95 Tanner J, r 



201 Mathews J M, r 
203 Wilson Jennie, f 
205 Lott J R, r 

EllU intersects, 
217 (219) Mamnenee A G 

220 Blackman J E 

221 Vernoy A A 

225 (223) Walker A, c 
229 (225) Pringle M, r 
235 Falls Clark, f 

Cain intersects*. 

253 (256) Franklin H, c 

254 Thomas Hampton, c 

258 (254) Horton Henrietta, <• 

261 Vacant 

262 (258) Hightower Kinch, c 

263 Vacant 

264 (259) White Jerry, c 

265 Gibson Patsy, c 

266 Burdett Charity, r 
269 Reid Andrew, r 

Harris intersects. 
275 (271) Penamone M, c 

277 Cole R, i' 

278 (277) Hirsk Charles 

Schwatz Frederic 
282 (278) Fichter Theodore 

286 (280) Gaines Stephens, c 

287 Lewis N, c 

288-290 (284) Parks Wm, r 
289 Allen A, r 

291 Turner S, c 

292 (286) Byais Lewis, r • 

293 McGiiffy J, (- 
295 Pope B, (• 
297 Vacant 

Mount Zion Baptist Church 
Baker intersects. 

'PHONE 557. 

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CenM Insurance (gents 

Fir&, lAfe, A.ccld&nt and 
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306-308 Moore James, c 
310 (304) Cox John, c 

312 (304) Hill Mack, r 

313 Glenn R, ^ 

314 (306) Andrews R I) 

315 (17) PageH, r 

316 (308) Green Wn^, c 

319 Peden W, r 

320 (310) Swanson I R, r 

322 (312) Bradshaw Harriet, f 
Peek Charles 

323 (10) Almand G, i 

324 (3H) Peek Wm, r 

326 (316) Miller James, <r 

327 Thomas R, r 

328 (318) Murphey Henry, c 
, Chestnut Ave intersects. 

330 (320) Johnson Mary, r 

333 Gardner M J, r 

334 (336) Wright Florence, c 

335 Gilbert E, c 
.339-341 Swanson I, r 

Forest ave intersects. 
369 Morris Mrs A U 
375 (371) Williams S W ' 
381 (373) Prescott A . 
Currier intersecU. 
Calhoun St School 
Pifie intersect*. 
452 (348) Brown Mrs M S 
456 (350) Shelverton G W 
460 (352) Hill Jane, c 

Merritts ave intersects. 
483 (355) Kubler C A . 
487 Scarry M F 
491 (405) Lowry Rev B 
Linden ave interseets. 



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JEWELERS. 

Largest Stock, Lowest Prices. 






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READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Leadil-CoatCirriage hiBts,&e 

Factory. 375 Decatur Street. 

Office 56-58 Marietta Street. 

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511 Blanchard T, c 
519 Vacant 

524-526 Battle Martin, c 
North ave intersects. 
Ponce Deljcon Circle intersects. 
Third intersects. 
604 Plane Wm F 
610 Palmer W D 

Fourth intersects. 
658 Brockett C T - 

Fifth intersects. 
660 Casgrove W L 

SixtJi intersects. 
701 Bippus John 
Purslev W A 
Bolton W A 
Martin Cicero 
Fritz J A 
Jolley A J 
Dickey C N 



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east to limits, and li^est to 
Marietta. 

GOING EAST. 

Peachtree intersects, 
Courtland ave interseHs. 

75 (15) Wallace A M 
79 (17) Gregory D S 

85 (19) Russell T J 

86 (16) Walker W B 
91 (21) Lane Charles 
94 (20) Foster Mrs C A 

Bishop commences. 

97 (23) Brown G S 

98 (22) Adams L D 

102 (24) Frazer EH " 

103 Ramsour Mrs L B 



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HAMJFACTIJRKR OF HOME-MADE 

SADDLES AND HARNESS 

9 Konth Broad St., 
See Page 5». AT£.A9iTA, GA. 

PINE— Cont'd 

106 (26) Gentry W T 

109 ^29) Shackelford Mrs KM 

no (34) Hall B M 

114 (66) Richards W A 

115 (29) Holmes Miss E E 

116 Morgan Mrs H W 
Piedmout ave intersect'^. 

120 (72) Crosby W R 

121 (71) Springer F S 

Foii intersrctx. 
275 Clark J A 

GOING WEST. 

Driver J L 

Spring intersech. 
42 Hines J K 
57 (53) Farnsworth T A 
62 McFail W E 
65 (57) Govan W ] 
69 (59) McWhorter W A 

WilUa ;/i,s inte r.'iect-'< . 
74 (62) Arnold W T 
80 Arnold James, i 

Onne inter!<ecU. 

108 Swan 

109 Daniel George, c 
Robinson Mary, c 

112 {136) White J O 
1 14 (i2i)Dunn A S 

117 Marks Edward, c 

118 Steerman J C 

Lovejoy intendeds. 

122 (i26)'Freeland Henry 
124 Blackstock J J 

126 (122) Walden D I 
128 (120) Blackstock W K 
130 (118) Jones Rev W L 



2f2 Davis George 
34 (114) Moon F E 

Fouier intersecU. 
37 (107) Wilson B T 

55 Stith W E 

41 (109) Wilson W D 

42 Williams W H 
46 (102) Burke M J 

50 Folsom Montgomery 
McA fer 'in te n^eefff . 

56 Meek L L 
Bennett Smith 

65 Teat W A 

Venable interi<ect><. 
73 (100) Davis J R 
79 (98) Smith Mrs N I 

Luckie interaecti. 

93 Bridwell Zion 

94 (97) Campbell J A 

98 (95) Williams S A 

99 (94) Fisher C 
200 (93) Irby Cole 

203 Rutledge J S 

204 (97) Hudson F M 

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10 Buchanan G L 

11 (20) Whatley J W 

12 Garner J A 

15 Jordan J A 

16 Snead R E 
17-19 Austin J 
23 Stapp J 

25 Stanford B J 
29 Evans X 



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WINDOW AND ORNAMENTAL GLASS, 

Paint, Karnish, Sash, Whitewash k other Brushes 

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Uiinber, Laths, Shingles, of the 



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Fire, Life, Aoeident and Plate Qlam In- 
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beyond limits, i east of Mari- 
etta, Ward 5. 
8-10 (2) Sullivan John r 
9 (3) Paul L M 
1 1 (5) Bowen W B 

13 (7) Farr T J 

14 (12) Carter Jane, r 

15 (9) Spence J T 

17 in) Woodson Mrs M E 
2f (13) Stamps C R 
30 (26) Hafer W H 

Pine intersects. 
33 (27) Rutledge J S 

36 (30) Ray J A 

37 (29) Eidson G G 

39 (3O Curtis Mitchell 

40 (32) Grist Mrs A J 
Curry L C 

43 (33) Jenkins R H 

44 (34) Jones N B 

46 (36) Sneed J J 

47 {37) McNeely R 

51 (39) Yother J A 

52 (40) Ivy T W , 

55 (45) Stegall H N 

56 (42) Peacock J W 
59 (47) Wheales B J 

Merritts ave ends. 
62 (52) Hendricks J T 
66 Neal G H 
Garrett G F 

69 (61) Kerlen A C 

70 (58) Rice J T 

71 (63) Webb Mrs M H 
73-75 Vacant Store 

74 (60) Harbuck W A 
Merritts ave intersects. 




MEMPH 

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08 WHITEHAIili STREET. 

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78 Dodgen J T 
81 (73) Cole Mrs M 

Corput commences 
85 (75) Edwards G M 
87 Chambers W T 

89 (79)- Winters S W 
Baker Walter 

90 Young F M 

91 (81) Vacant 

94 (82) Truitt S M 

95 (83) Bedford W P 
97 (84) Dean Mrs Mary A M 
99 (85) West Mrs S S : 

102 (86) Dean Chas M I 

103 Miss of the Good Shepherd 

105 Tankelsy J B j 

106 (88) Guthrie W R jj- 

107 Bobo J M 
109 Parse James 

Neshit coniniences. 
115 (91) Vacant 
119 (93) Boyle J M 
121 (103) Lineberry S L 
125 (105) Eaton W G 

127 (107) Eubanks T F 

128 Poss E L I 

North ave intersects. 
W. Kimball commence^. 
167 Sims P D 
171 Lupton E F 
185 Brown Joseph J 

Third intersects. 
187 Leoffler C G 



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MtCHIHERT and TOOLS. 

Wrought Iron Pipe, 
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PONXE DeLKON— Cont'd 
15 (i) Carraway Claude 
19 (3) Patterson C L 
29 (O Couper Jas M 
^2 (6f Hobbs A G 

Jun iper interftrcift. 
37 (7) Atkinson H M 
53 May Geo S 
63 (13) Knowles Clarence 
Pieilmojit ave intrraecf^. 
(15) Peters E C 

Myiile inieracctii. - 
(25) Hartman Julius - 

. Fort intersects. 
(51) Hopkins Dr I S 
213 (63) O'Keefe L E 
Hunt commences, 
(64) Merritt P W 

Merritt John H 
(68) Mitchell Prof H C 
Jackson intersects. 
BouIeiKird intersects. 
(98) Cook Joseph S 
McAuley W B 
Smith Mrs A F 
Gann P Y 



PONCE DeLEON springs. 
Todd John 

PONDER AVE,, from W & A 
R R, beyond limits n to 
Emmett. 

Means intersects 
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(5) Crenshaw Emeline, c 
(2) Dean E J 
(881) McCrary Fredrick, c 



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(7) Pope U Q 

\V Third intersects. 
Arnold ] S 
Hovvlett Mrs M E 
Foster K S 
PVrrell Mrs J A 
(7) Hatcher C F 
(9) Chambers W C 
(11) Abernalhy Mrs D K 
(13) Fortner John 

(3) Perkins 'P J 

(4) Street C H 

(5) Fincher W J 

(6) Childress W A 

\y J^th intersects. 
(18) Watson J E 
(22) Doster H V 

(24) Brown Mrs Mary 

(25) Mason C B 

(27) Lynch Mrs Bessie 
Cawhern W M * 

Toney G W 
Park Dilmus C 

West oth intersects. 
Woodbury W A 



PONDERS ALLEY, from Cur- 
rier s to Forrest ave, near 
Calhoun. 



POPE, at south end of Capitol 
ave east to Washington (south 
Atlanta). 

Cash Guss 

Adams Charles 

Fuller Edgar 

Mann Thomas 

W. H. CHASE, 



Jellico, Lehfgh. 
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POl^LAR, from Peach tret* n w 
to Spring, i s of Luchie. 
Wards 5 and 6. 

iV. Broful interuf'cts. 
N. Forsyth intrrsects. 
27 Flowers J W 
53 Whitsett Mrs M E 
35 Hohnefeld Charles 
FarVw intersects. 

37 (35) VVilliams W G 
41 (37) Wallace J S 
46 (42) Giants Sabra, < 
V4)ne intersects. 



PORTER, from junction of 
Chapel and Nelson n w to 
High, I s of Tatnall, Ward i. 
12 Thornton N, c 
16 Reece ], c 
24 Dallas B, c 
56 Thompson H, i 
38 Bell J, c 

53 Houseworth A, c 

54 Crockett M, r 

55 Dupree M, c 

56 Homes M, c 

57 Stanford G, r 

58 Hardman G, c 

59 MaTtin C, c 

62 Barney J, c 

63 Butler L, c 



PORTER'S ALLEY, from 
Wheat to Edgewood ave, i e 
of Pryor, Ward 6 

C. G. WYNNE, 

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SOLE AOBNT FOR 

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MILWAUKEE BEER. 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Street". 

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n of city from Marietta w. 

POWERS, from W Peachtree 
w to McAfee, i n of Simpson, 
Wards 5 and 6. 
9 Holleman J T 
II Woolford (; S 
13 Christian T T 

ScMt commences. 
16 (14) McDonell Mrs L M 

20 (16) Kenne-'y T H 

21 (15) Corput M V D 
28 (20) Baker W A 

31 (25) Roberts E M 

32 (22) Woodside J J 

Spring intersects. 

36 (24) Kime R R 

37 Jenner G C \ 

38 (26) Spilman J H 

41 (33) Hogan J L 

42 (28) White L C . 

45 (37) Huddleston W C 

46 (30) Conyers Mrs F H 

48 (32) Hutchins E E 

49 (39) Callaway Mrs M 

50 (34) Moore J L 
55 (43) Osborn J B 

59 (45) VVellborn A R 

60 (46) Oliver Edgar 

65 (49) Learmont John 

66 (50) Stewart J M 

Williams intersects. 
Omie intersects. 

107 Moss S R 

108 (193) Anderson F P 

109 O95) Fisher C S 
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112 (196) Robinson T J 

113 (198) James Mrs Mattie 

115 (204) Archer W G 

116 (197) Vacant 

117 {200) Smith Mrs R B 

118 (203) Grubbs A J 

119 (202) Lattimore George, t 

120 (205) Wooten B H 

Love joy intersect. 
128 Harailton \V, i' 
132 (17^) Shelton J C, c 

PRATT, from Decatur n e to 
Bell^ I n e of Butler, Ward 4. 
10' Smith Wm, c 
14 (10) Harville L 

22 (14) Edwards C, <, 

23 (13) Lampkin M, c 

2S (20) Riden J , • 

32 (26) Bryce N 
;^6 (30) Thompson L 
40 (34) Vining D M 
Kennedy John 

Qilmer inter sects. v 
52 (40) DeLaney T N 

Sistrunk S B 
54 (42) McCollum C J 
Moore intersects. 
Jenkins ends. 

13 (75) Barnes R, c 
85 Buice L C 

, Taylor commenoes. 
College ends. 

114 Baldwin J, c 
118 (86) 'Grant C, c 
120 Hecter S, c 



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to junction Peachtree and s w 
to Fair, thence s to hmits. 

GOING NORTH. 

2 E T V & G R R Tickt office 
3-5 (14-16) Everett, Ridley 

Reagan Co 
4 Mann R I) & Co 

6 Pendleton H C 
Moyers & Crookshanks 

7 (12) Osborn W A & Co 
Frank H 

Postal Telegraph Co 

8 (15) R & D RR Company 

9 (10) Bain & Kirkpatrick Co 

10 (13) k &J) G P & C R R 

Ticket Office 

11 (8) Hipsch M & J 

12 (i i) A & W P Ticket Office 
Black E P 

Kimball House 
14 Scott W M & Co 
15-17 (6-8) Robinson A M&Co 
16 (7) W^est A J & Co 
Wilkes S W 

18 (5) Atl Real Estate Exchge 

Bippus J 
19-21 (2-4) Robinson, Boylston 
& McKeWin Co 

19 (4) Turner & Mcintosh 

Harralson Bros & Co 

20 (3) Wilson H L 

21 (2) Mueller & Koempel 

22 Crenshaw W T 

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monthly with the 

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Decatur intersects. 
27 Vernoy W A 
31 Haltwanger-Taylor Co 
35-41 Beck & Gregg Hdw Co 
Willcox C H 
^ Edgewood ave intersects. 
Marsh Smit+i & Marsh 
Equitable Bldg 
Jones L H 
Black W H 
Richardson E H 
57 (31) Rantin J A 
59 {33) Jones J 
61 (35) Medlock M 
63 (37) Dillingham & Jackson 
65 (39) Shaddox House 
Y M C A Bldg 

69-71 (43-45) Scribner C Sons 
Bramlett R S 

Wheat intersects. 
(54) Moyer J M 
(58) Hamilton H B 
(62) Reynolds J C 
Engine House No. 4 

89-91-93 (59-63) Weitzell & 
, Fitzgibbon 

90 (64) Smith E E 

94 (66) Larsson Mile M 

97 (67) Bell Mrs E 

98 Prather John Q 
100 (70) Redd J F 

102 (72) Hicks Mrs S M 

104 (74) Smith M T 

107 iVvary T C 

109 A vary J C 

117 Stocks Codl Co 

Houston intersects. 



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STAMPS, OTAMP 

TENCILS, ANb \ ■JJir, ,-« 
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32>^ South Broad Street. 



PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN — 

Raising and moving Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special F cilitiea 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21>^ E. Alabama. 



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123 (89) Cunningham A T 
129 (loi) DeGive L 

GOING SOUTH. 

1 Kempton J F 
Metropolitan Hotel 

2 (22) Miller F W & Co 

Atl Guarantee Sav Bnk 
Sherwood W I 
6 (28) Knowles M 

Lucas M H & Co 
(30) Youngblood & Haas 
Ahhama intersects. 
13-15 Gate City Bank Rest 
17-19 Cason MA 

Walker P B ■ ' 
21 Smith Wm, c "^ 
21 (24) Haynes WmlG 

Cowles C A I 
24 (44) Kenny P J 
24i(44i) Walker F R & J G 
Cason & Hudgins 
Thomas G S 
Martin D N 
Jones W L 

26 O'Connor, Ellis & Co 
26^(46^) Winn C S 

Kreigshaber V H 

27 Merchants Restaurant 
2 74(492) Vacant 

28 (48) Moyers W T ^ 

Jarboe & Johnson 
Conner W T . 

29 (51) Campbell James 

31 {53) Brown Bros & Co 
Scott Wm, c 

3i4(53i) Windsor House 

32 (54) Thomas D L 

IgalraniBed Iron Workers and 
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New No., 16 and 17. 

PRYOR— Cont'd 

33 Mavroodes G 

34 Pope George 
34^Max\vell Lucy, c 
35"(55) Johnson M W Seed Co 
36 Police Stables 

Lee Jim 

38 (60^ Morris E S 
Close C & Co 

38jMiltiodis Theofilou 

39 Sansone B 

37, 39/41, 43 LawlBldg 
Genl offices R fc D R R 
Calhoun, Kingl& Spalding 
Mell J R 

40 (62) Bliley & 
40^Mansfield F ^ 

Qower C A & 

41 Beerman & Si! 
Chamber of 

City Ofific^.^ 
Atl Or^mbeV-of Commerce 
City Directory Office 
Saunders H G 
Southern Passenger Assn 
Southern Ry & S S Assn 
Hunter intersecti. 
»Court House 
53 Tidwell Mrs W R 

59 Wooten Mrs E J 

60 (86) Watson J S 

62 Holmes S B, r 

63 (89) Aiken R N 

64 Sifers Donie. c 
Holmes S B, f 

65 Howard D T, c 

66 Leavitt J, r 

67 Carey E, c 



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68 (94) Atl Perfumery Co 

69 Kee Hop 

71-77 Empire Printing Co 
72 (98) National Surgical Inst 
73-75 Atl Paper Co 
77 American Press Assn 

MifchcU 'nifrr>if'cfs. 

80 Carlisle J C 

81 (109) Neal Mrs Mary 
86 (112) Hitchins F C 
88 (114) Bergstrom A M 

92 (120) Bowie J A 

93 (117) Romare Paul 

96 (124) Crawford R A 

97 (127) Muse EH - 
100 Morse L D • 

103 (131) Haskell J C 

104 (132) Powell 

105 {135) Hardin M A 
110-112 Craig James 

Triiiitij ave wferi<rcU<. 
113 (143) Abboit L L 
II 4- 1 16 (144-146) l^uncan R L 
116 Nix J S 
120 (150) Ogletree G T 
1 21-123 (151-153) Whitner J C 

123 (153) Whitner J A 

124 '(152) Goodwin J B 

127 (155) Renouff J T 

128 (156) Gaston J McF f 

132 (160) ^^y ^ ^^ 

,33 (159) Kelly Mrs Ella 
139 (169) Julian Mrs D 
142 (168) fchisholm R E 
145 (167) Johnson W F 
Garnett mter!<eeU. 
148 (170) Martin E T 
Stephens V T 

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CenM Insurance Igents 

Fire, lAfe, Accident and 

JPlate Grlass. 

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PRYOR— Cont'd 
Hays H T 

151 (171) McQuid Mrs Anna 

157 (181) Groves J H 

158 (180) King's 13 a u g h t e r 

Hospital 

161 (183) Bishop W H 

162 Vacant 
^^S (185) F)oanfesT A 
166 (186) Miller Wm 

171 (193) Hayden Mir^\ I 

172 (188) Kreis M 

174 (194) Parsons Edward 
176 (196) Tally A S 
179 (199) Callaway Miss S T 
BrotJierton commencef^. 
Fair inter.<ectii. 
181 (201) Werner Mrs A S 
185 (205) Sheehan Mrs E 

190 (210) Meador J J 

191 (211) Perryman Frank M 
194 (214) Haiman Mrs R L 

197 (217) Foote M 

198 (218) Eley MrsE M 

201 (219) DeSaussure G R 

202 (222) Lovette John 

205 (221) DeSaussure R C 

206 (226) Knox J S Jr 

209 (227) Parker J R 

210 (228) Boyd T J 

213 (229) Bowen T S 

214 (230) McGuire Mrs M C 

Cantey John 
Woodward ave interiteeU, 

219 (237) Bates L T 

220 (238^ Rose R M 
223 (239) Glenn L J 
227 (241) Lynan Mrs M 



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69 WHITEHALL STREET, 

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JEWELERS. 

Largest Stock, Lowest Prices. 



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Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Lead,l-Coat Carriage Faints,&c 

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Eugenia endt^, 
289 i^^:^) Andrews Ezra 
295 (315) Fraser C M 

298 (316) Jenkins Louisa, c 

299 (317) Hurks R L 

300 (316) Vaughans James, c 

Alice eominenceii, 
305 (367) Stanley C L 
308 (318) Skinner J M . 

Fnlfon interi^eeU. 

324 (350) Rich E 

325 (373) Brown C I 
3Z<^ (360) Rich D 

^o"^ (375) Brown Cephas M 
Z2>^ (370) Rich M 

343 (377) Hansel! \V A 

344 (378) Walrond AW 
349 (381) Smillie Miss E A 
352 (380) Lowe Mrs S E 

Bkhardson intersects. 
365 (389) Corrigan Michael 
369 Jacobs Jas 
377 (411) Neweit Samuel 
381 (413) Schwab Otto 
385 (415) Liebmon Morris 

Crumley intersects. 
389 Mitchell W A 

392 (418) Pollard Thos J 

393 (419) Selby J W 

396 (420) Schulhafer Adolph 

400 (422) Taylor G W 

401 Swift C H 

405 (425) Halliday Mrs M A 

406 (426) Mahoney M 
409 (427) Moran PJ 

413 (429) McDonald Hugh A 

414 (430) Williamson Wm D 



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PRYOR— Cont'd 

417(430 O'Neill J F 
418 (432) Hutzler M 

423 (433) Rhodes A G 
Glenn interxect-i. 
429 (435) Parker W A 
433 (437) Coleman F P 
437 (439) F)uncan W S 
442 Christian P M 
446 Jones C D 

449 Rogers J C 

450 (432) Myers Frank 
454 (434) Ford Mrs S E 

' Georgia are intersect^. 
462 Wiggins E L 
488 (444) Hodge W H 
Stannard J H 

Bass intersects. 
509 (445) Stephenson T R 
517 Arnold Mrs L J 
521 (451) Wilson T G 

528 (454) Luther D E 

529 McDevitt Mrs Agatha 

Tennessee ave emL^ 

Dodd intersects. 

Hendrix ave ends. 

Oi-Tnond commences. 

616 Ormond James E 

622 MiddletonWG 

Doane ends. 
651 (400) Green J W 
752 {498) Hart R W 

655 Lowther Stephen 

656 (500) Arnold Garnet 
660 Withers W S 

664 (504) Harrison Mrs Ann 
^ Buena Vista ave ends. 
669 Johnson W M 



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670 (508) McGinnis C B 

673 Johnson W M 

674 (510) Roul F A 

677 (511) Sevvell Mrs EJ 

678 (512) Butler Mrs I H 
681 Lovelace J W 

684 (514) Hackney M L 
688 (516) Simpson W G 

692 (518) Schumann Mrs M 

693 Kadel R 

696 (520) Speaker G H 

697 (521) Kadel Adam 

Heyer Fred W 
699 (523) Ross R S 
707 Taylor Geo K 

Vassar commences. 
718 (550) Mitchell WD. 
720 Humphries Wm D 
724 Straton Wm D 
728 (560) Wright Dr G W 
740 Rhodes T 
742 Summers Capt James 
744 Hannah C G, agt 

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Henry C R 
Brisben D P 
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Window and Plate Glass, Oils, Paints, 

Bnuhes, Vanishfts, Faiattn' Sxippllei, tto.. 
No. 39 South Broad St., ATLANTA. 



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12 (8) Kearney Mrs M 

15 (13) Palmer Mrs C C 

16 (12) Fitzgibbon Richard 

19 (15) Rodgers Mrs H L 

20 (14) Richards R H 

23 (18) Jones Mrs O H 

24 (19) Eckford Mrs B G 
28 (21) Fisher W E 

31 (32) Murphy E G 
Woodioard ave intersects. 

34 (23) Stillman Mrs M E 

35 (29) Wallace Mrs Ellen 
41 (35) Brewer Robt 

45 (37) O'Ryan Timothy 

49 (41) Morris John 

53 (43) Wheeler R O 

57 (45) Smith D O 

61 (49) Wimbish W S 

64-66 (62) Washburn Milton, 

65 (51) Gavin John 

Bawson inten^ects. 
7 ^^51) Carpenter L D 
78 (64) Mauck M M 

83 (67) Bell Mrs Permelia 

84 (66) Seymour Mrs H A 

87 (69) Werber Carl 

88 (70) Walker A J 

92 (72) Wormser S G 

93 (75) Steinhauer J F 

96 (74) Sparks W C 

97 (79) Murray Thos A 
100 (80) Wiseberg- Morris 
loi (81) Brown E B 

Clarke commences. 
105 (85) Gregg W A 

108 (82) Ansley H C 

109 (87) Moore Mrs C E 




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STOVE CO. 

98 'WHITEHALL STREET 

See Page 67. 




COJIli AND WOOD 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



Clean Lump Coal at Lowest Prices. 

Prompt Delivery Guaranteed. 
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12 (84) Montag Samuel 

13 (89) Wasser A j 

16 (86) Pope Mrs R C 

17 Henry F L 
Alice ends. 

20 (88) Lieberman L 

24 (90) Dann Mrs E 

25 (91) Parker R E 

28 (92) Haas I H 

29 (93) Auerback J 

32 (94yGuthman L L 

33 (95) Sanders Mrs C;iara 

37 (97) Kahn Joseph 

38 (96) Bak Dr H 
Fulton commence^. 

41 Beane C J 
43 Beach S W 

46 (100) Hardin F M 

47 (loi) Jacobs G 

51 (103) Heartsfield J J 
Collins Mrs S H 

52 (102) Pelham Mrs M T 
55 (105) Welsh W. W 
58 (104) Dennis J L 

61 (109) Arnold Charles 

62 Arnold Matilda, c 

64 Moreland Nancy, c 

65 (hi) Frohsin J 
67 (117) Langley Johh B 

73 (115) Robertson George 
Bichardson intersects. 

74 (112) Howard Mrk A C 

75 (^39) t)avis Anderson^ c^ 
Orvmley inter se4^. 

214 Burkert John M 
222 Richardson Ella, r 

224 Dobbs Indiana, c 

225 Robertson Henry^ c 



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47 and 49 S. Broad Street 

PULLIAM— Contcl 
234 Vacant 

242 (164) Black Mrs Mary 
Glenn }uter>iect<. 
Georgia ave iniei'^^ecU. 
Basff Inferftevt-i. 
McNaiight A\'m 
Love uiter}<ect.<. 
Little lnter!ieet.'<. 
lackson \V C 
Turner J \V 

Vassar intrr.-<e('t.<. 
(475) Letchworth Mrs E H 
Hill Samuel 
Bennett Charles 
Osborn J B 
Martin H W 
(468) Rav W H 
(471) Kellogg H W 
Weekly C H 
• (476) Smith l)r G F 

(477) Williams G W 
; (479) Burton J H 

(478) Mayfield A I 
(480) Bray T C 

Gatlin C C 
Mendelsohn Max 



RAILROAD, from S. Pryor w; 
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RANDOLPH, from Edgewood 
ave n to limits, i e of Boule- 
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13 Crowder J, f 

17 Dukes R, r 

18 Miller J J 

20 (9) Coleman W K 



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Jones W L 
Jones B ¥ 
Franklin T, i 
(32) Rooks J K 
Pona 'i'homas 
Hurston R, c 

Wheat htter.'<e€ts. 
Tenkins E L 
Xash J P 
Bryan A L. <• 
Aw trey F M 
Terry M, c 
Andrews J VV 
Mabry J H. r 
Gray P, r 
Mills A, i- 
Brown T, i 
Byron A, r 
Walker P B, .• 
Perry R, c 
Perkins |. r 
White W, c- 
Collins G, c 

Irivin intersect^. 
Lofton G F, f 
Reed B, ^ 
Strozier N. r 
Allen ]. I- 
Miller'G, c 
Johnson S, c 
McNear S, c 

Matjradei' comi}ie7ieet<. 
Rauschenbach A 
Terrell J H, r 
Thompson D, c 
(155) Robinson J R 
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^9 (^59) ^V'ilHams T E 
45 Elder W R 

Hou.<fo7i ends. 
49 Plitt L 
53 Corley T H 
59 White E A 

71 Wiley G A 

Johnston ave ends. 

72 Smith L 

75 Alexander T, ^ 

76 Spotts J P ' 
78 Nelson H 

80 Campbell I P 

82 Bradbury W H 

83 Haynes Austin 
85 Granger H A 
87 Humphries W B 
91 Gobay Mrs A 

Highland Ave intersects. 
2 1 1 Keefe E 
215 Albright W, c 
223 High tower ], c 
22^ Thrasher E 
227 Richardson W, c 
233 Ross I, c 



RANKIN, from Boulevard e to 
R ^: D R R, I n^ of Argier 
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RASBERRY ALLEY, from 
Bell e to Fort, 2 n of Edge- 
wood ave, Ward 4. 

RAWSON, from Martin w to 
McDaniel, i s of Woodward 
ave, Wards 2 and 3- 
9 (5) Whitner B, c 

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Broad Streets. 

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11 Whitner A, c 

Terry intersects. 

12 (4) Shields J, c 

15 (7) Reese H, c 

16 Reeves H, c 

17 (9) Bell R, c 
22-24-26-28 32-34-3S-40 Vacant 
23 (11) Carey S, c 

Cheatham W, c\ 
25 ( 13) Glover George, c 
27 Mathews LuKe, £ 

29 (15) Mathews & Clay, c 

30 Baker E, c \ 

33 (i7i.) Jenkins Apn, c 

36 Collins James, c\ 

37 (17) Ford Delia, c 

41 Hall Mollie, c 

42 Moore S, c 

45 (35) Johnson Emma, 

46 McDaniel E, c 
Welch I E, ^ 

47 Branch T. c 

48 Wade S, c 
50 Hargrove Richard, c 

F racier intersects. 

57 (45) ^Vatts Henry, c 

58 (46) Adamson I C 

Boyels Frank 

59 Watts Stephen, c 
61 Watts James, c 
65 (53) Thurman Aaron, c 
66-68 (54) Vacant 

69 (57) Williams Mahaley, c 

70 (58) Ivey John W 

73 (61) Unfinished 

74 (60) Bell Addie, r ^ 

75 (63) Garrett Amanda, c 
78 (62) Ford Ed, 4 



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Capitol ave int^rsfcts. 
99 (83) Smith W P 
05 (87) Dunning V 

09 (89) Barnett J T 

10 (90) Curran John M 

13 (91) Gibbs W W 

14 (92) Hurtel G N 
Creic intersecif. 

35 (in) Ragsdale J F 

36 (108) Shine Mrs J B 

37 (113) Purdie Geo W 

39 (115) Burks C M 

40 (112) Weaver T H 
Washington inter 9ef4t. 

72 (140) Prim I J 
76 (144) Harrison W H 
82 (148) Caijip Thomas 
PulUam intersect^. 
94 (158) Carpenter L D 
99 (165) Price O E 
200 (1^2) Harrison R B 
203 (167) Harrison Lawrence 
207 (169) Hirshberg J 

210 (174) Hightower J B 

211 (171) Daly Mrs Catherine 

Pr^or intersecfji. 
251 (201) Hook J S 
255 (203) Laird Wm 
259 (205) Selig Jacob 
263 (207) Delbridge Thomas J 
Formwalt intersects. 

271 (215) Boynton G H 

272 (216) Boynton Mrs M H 

277 (225) Rawson W C 

278 (218) Mecaslin J H 
281 (227) Winslow T W 



292 Conner R H 



Cooper intersectii. 
293 (239) Franklin H 

295 (241) Loeb Jonas 

296 (240) Collier C A 

303 (245) Kidwell Edward 
308 (250) Erskin John 
314 (254) Houchin J R 

Windsor i7itersects. 
335 (271) O'Neal Caroline 
Rey Peregrino 

339 (275) Stevens Jack, t- 

340 (274) McCabe J M 
Carter Henry, c 

342 (276) Ray G A 

343 (277) Bowen James, t 

344 (278) Cunningham G T 

347 (279) Thomas Joseph, r 

348 (290) Butler Wm 

350 Smith , c 

355 Vacant 

357 (287) Oliver Johni^r 

358 Price Lizzie, i' 

360 Mangum Amanda, r 

361 (293) Ankrum Thomas, 
365 Harkness Aleck, c 

367 Alexander Eliza, c 
Hood inter.'ieets. 
386 (306 Bostick Mrs M 
392 (308) Brooks A A 

395 (311) Strickland C C 

396 (310) Tiller J A 

399 (313) McMahone J J 

400 (312) Kreis Mrs Fannie 
400 (312) Devereux FI 

403 (315) Hall Mrs E A 

404 (314) Raysor J M 

406 Field T S 

407 (319) Whittle L C 



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410 (320) Gregg R C 

411 (323) Galamore J S 
418 Martin Mollie, c 

RAWSON'S ALLEY, from W 
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REED, from Crumley s to lim- 
its, I e of Eraser,, ^'^ard 3. 
1(15) Graham E, c 
2 (14) Hooper Mrs M M 

5 McNair Felix 

6 (16) Kelly H, c 
9 Boyd S, c 

10 (18) Fletcher E, i 

13 Houston R, c 

14 Davis E) D, ^ ^ 

15 Germany K, c 

16 (35) Brooks J H, f 

19 Hill E, c 

20 (37) Sutton J, c 

27 Hill Henry, c 

29 White Annie, c 

Reed St Bap Church, r 

28 Germany C, c 

30 Taylor W, c 

31 Bailey H, c 

34 (93) Alexander I, r 

35 (33) Norwood O, ^- . 

36 Vacant 

38 (33) Harper P, c 

40 Cummings W H, r 

41 (36) Smith A, c 

42 (34) Stephens M, r 

43 Givens Gillie, / 

44 Bearden M, ^ 

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Kaising and ffloving Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special Frcilities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21HB. Alabama. 

45 (37) Alexander J A, <r 
55 Jones D, c 
57 (36) Rodgers T, - 
62 (44) Harden R, c 
66 (46) Berry W, c 

Georgia ave intetiecU, 
83 Henderson R H 
87 (21) Smith John,:r 

89 (21) Smith Jacobj c 

90 Townsend J J 1 

91 Wright Menturajf- 

93 (6) Malone Jeff, i 

94 Dolvin G H 

95 (23) Fennell J J 

97 Phillips J M 

98 Locklin W W 
100 Taber T S 
106 (26) Branch S R 

Bass intersects. 
Love inter ^ect^. 
148 (32) Daniel J H 
150 (34) DyerT H 
152 (36) Cox W E 
154 Vacant 
156 Wesley John, c 
158 Grant Nathan, c 
160 Gordon James, c 
162 Andrews Emily, 

lAtUe intersects. 
Onnond intersects. 



REINHART (formeily Fac- 
tory Lot) from Fulton B & C 
Mills s to S Boulevard, i w of 
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8 (6) Boyd John 
12 (10) Burgess Bolan 



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Old No., 17 and 19 Whitehall Street. 
New No., 16 and 17. 



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16 (14) 
24 (18) 
28 (24) 
32 (26) 



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Hardin James 
McCarty Mrs M V 
Culvertson H 
Copeland Thomas 
Chymes R A 
Collier Charles 

Crymes R A 

Heniger Mrs E 

Oakes I H 



RHODES, from Central R R w 
to Vine, i s of Magnolia, 
Ward I. 

I (i) Pritchard T J ' 
Pritchard W R 
[5) Wadsworth Mrs Lula 
125) Reid Miss Mary 
130) Wright Benjamin, <• 
13) Jacobs Susan, t 
17) King Jefferson 
HnUey int€}\<ect^. 
[27) Millican L A 
;28) Farley Philip 
(32) Moring C S 
T VdG RB bUerseetK 
(53) Vacant 
Griffin & Watts, c 
(52) Alexander B, c 
(57) Harris L, c 

(60) Pugh Miss E 

(61) Bone Mrs J C 

(62) Smith Miss M 
(64) Morgan H, c 
Miller Miss B 
f66) Pugh Mrs A 
(69) May C, c 
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53 (7O Freeman M, c 
^S (73) Vates M C, f 

56 (72) Redwine A, i 

57 (73) Herd N, c 

61 (75) Floyd L, r 

62 Lee M, c 

Jones (tl commpiice-^. 
65 (76) Head J, c 
68 (84) Giles H, c . 
70 (84) Small A, c 
74 (86) Boyd L 
79 (i) Mclrvin M, c 

Mangum interHect!*. 
90 (106) Cannon H, f 

93 (109) Saye R W 

94 (no) Porter M, f 
99 (115) Anderson A J 

103 (119) Ramsey J, c 
107 (123) Jackson J, c 

Hayne inter !<ect<. 
115 (131) Hays A, c ' 
121 (139) Crockett G W 
123 (141) Port wood J J 
127 (134) Rice WT 
130 (149) Sockwell WT 
137 (153) Rice W L 

Davis intersects. 

Lowe intersects. 
170 Jackson J, c 
172 Harlin N, c 
174 Haywood A, c 
176 Lynch M, f 
178 Martin W, r 
180 Vacant 

Maple i)itersect^. 
203 Reed J, ^ 
207 Gresham E, c 



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21 1 Banks H, c 
214 V^acant 

RICPv, from Jackson e to Ran- 
dolph, I n of Chestnut ave, 
Ward 4. 
(i) Moses W, c 
(2) Dovers M 
(2) Elrington N A 
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RICHARDSON, from McDan 
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lev, Wards 2 and 3. 
5 Cloud W B 

Hmnith inter.^ect<. 
Beard ends, 
37 (15) Pendleton J C 
41 (17) Oxley R P 
45 (19) Ransom Mrs S J 
49 (21) Smith F C 

58 (24) Hynds G H 

59 (23) Clarke Mrs A S 

Ira intersects. 
63 (25) Bogman G W 
66 (26) Nunnally Mrs E E 
69 (27) Bennett Dr J S 
73 Buchanan W B 
78 (30) Davidson J S 
Henry J W 

86 (34) Rogers L L 

87 (33) BaberMrs A J 
90 (36) McLeod T A 
94 (38) Smith F P 

98 Bramlett Mrs M 

Windsor inter secti<. 
114 (44) Joiner J C 



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Cooper interteeU. 
Mann R J 
Lewis Ulyses 
Cone W B 
Johnson C H 
Rafferty L J 
Sawtell I Y 
Garvin Wm 
Cronheim H 
Vacant 
Hudgins H C 
hrmwalt intersect.^. 
Parkhurst W F 
McBride A J 
Hansen A J 
Pryor interseeti. 
196 (78) Rainey Thos A 

Loyd intersects. 
204 Root Horace, c 

PidUam intersecU. 
Shoen I 

Howard Mrs A C 
(103) Cohen Frank J 
(105 J Simon C H 
238 Branan J C A 

241 (109) Clarkson A L 

242 (249) Garrett Mrs J 

Washington intersect*. 
Crew intersects. 

305 (157) Mays Mrs S L 

306 (158) Davidson T L 

Capitol are intersect^. 
330 Vacant 
332 Scott J W, c 
334 Vacant 
336 Lynan J W 
340 (150) Mason Mrs C M 



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{194) Davis ]) 1). ^ 
(196) Fleming JR.* 
(194) Demarest 1.. , 
(190) Hudson 1. < 
Revel A. r 
(214) Bell r. c- 
Vacant 

(19) Reed H. r 
(223) Turner O. < , 
(218) Bell M. .• 

Ma rfifi inU^ r>*refs. 
(232) Williams E, <• 
(234) Shivers R C. r 
Vacant 

(244) Willis J. r 
(247) Grant J. <• 
(250) Montgomery R. 

(253) Baxter S, f " 
(252) Covington J. r 
(257) Ansley 1. r 

(254) Washington N, 
Alexander M, r 
(256) Stephens A, i 
]ackson M. r 

(188) Brazell J, r 
(275) Young C. I- 
Hunter J, r 
Vacant 
Vacant 
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RICHMOND, from Fraser e to 
Connally. i n of Crumley, 
Ward 3. 
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6 Seastrong H, r 
10 Roberts E, c 

14 Robertson R, < 

15 Hester J, r 

16 Lamar W, c 
(16) Young G, <■ 

17 (is) Hurt H, (■ 

18 Jackson R B, f 

21 "{19) Whatley H, < 

22 (20) Thomas J, <• 

24 (22) Leverett E, <- 

25 (21) Graham Rev R, 

26 (23) White M, r 

27 (23) Lemon A H, <• 

30 (25) Davis J. (■ 

31 Ellison Z, (■ 

32 (27) Reed L, c 

33 (3 Holmes W, r 

34 NLiddox M, r 

36 Holme? L i' 

37 (35) Lamar C, f 

39 (37) Hardwick L, c 

40 {38) Thomas E, f 

41 (37i) Lee J,r 

43 (39) Potts S, c 

44 (40) McGahee J, c 

45 (43) Grant Rev R, c 

46 Williams H, c 

50 (46) Bozeman M, i- 

51 (47) Bennett I, c 

Martin interi<edj<. 

54 Epps J, c 

55 Richey T, c 

59 Lyons E, c 

60 (56) Howe R, i' 

61 (57) Wood I, r 

64 (60) McGheeD J, r 
66 (62) Epps R, c 



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PAINTKRS' SUPPLIES*. 

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67 (63) Tolbert P, r 

68 (64) Hart R, r I 

71 (67) Latimer N, c 

72 (66) FUake J, r 
74 (68) Mapps I), r 
77 Arnold G, c 

7K (72) Tinsley C, r 

79 (73) Lee W, c 

80 (74) Bullock G S, (■ 
8r (77;f Robinson S, r 
82 (78) Day W K; c 

86 (80) Fernando K, r 

87 Rol)inson C, c 
90 (82) Burk J W, r 

93 Henderson A, c 

94 (84) Callaway J, r 
103 Holmes J, r 

105 Jones P, c 



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at E T V & G Shops s e to 
limits (Formerly called Mc- 
Daniel Road). 

Clair James 

Norton J L 

Webster Albert 

Stewart Joel A 

Mann Mrs M A 

Brown J B 

Henderson T J 

Summers J D 

Jackson J E 

Barker W D 

Fincher Joseph 

Freeman W G 

Nace E S 

Rodgers Wm 



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Baldwin W L 
Cloyd J E 
Evans George. 
Eason Richard 
Robinson J 
Sewell J A 
Hix James E ^ 
Dukes Alfonso, c 
Crane Daisy, c 
Mueller Samuel 
Peck J C & Son 
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98 WHITXHAIiL STBSET. 

B— P«ce 67. ^^^^^^^ 

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RIGLAND, from Maple e to 
Lowe, near Magnolia. 
1-3 (15) Scudder Samuel 

17 (3) McDade J W 

21 (5) Maner S W 

25 (7) Smith T N 

RILEY, from Bellwood ave n 
beyond city limits. 

RIPLEY, from Spring w to 
Hayden, i nof Harris, Wards 

5 and 6. 

ROACH, from Green's Ferry 
ave n to W Fair, Ward i. 

6 (2) Winkeler Mrs S 

7 (5) Dozier Wilson, c 

8 (6) Jones Charles, c 

9 (5) Urquhart Thomas, i 

10 (8) Miller Kate, c 

11 (7) Yates Charles, c 

12 (10) Barge John, c 

13 (7) Quilliam Josepii, <■ 

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17 Cartwright Woslcw < 

18 (16) Head T (;. ,' 

19 Morris J J. <■ 
,20 (5) Rurch E. (• 

21 McHenry Maggie. < 

22 (5) Ragland Allen, r 

23 (17) Wilson Hnlda. <■ 

24 (49) Jackson Ann. < 

25 (17) Grimmage Rev G W. < 

26 Ra2;land Carrie, <■ " 
29 (iS) McCee H 1^. . 
31 (21) Mapp Susan, r 

Ixirkin commrnef!^. 
47 Vacan; ' 
50 (95) McCullough Mark, r 

Etheridge Ed. r 
56 Martin Mrs Beiilah 

Krnnrsnir alleij commrncr^. 
62 Vacant 



ROBBIXS. from Whitehall s to 
Crumley, i e of Humphries. 
Ward 2. 

Highiowpf inU'rsecU 

35 Robbins Mrs M A 

36 Justin W T 
40 (3) White B A 

44 '(3) Lewis Mrs E K 
59 (io) Eubanks McD 
63 Robbins G W 

68 Vacant » 

70 Vacant 



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Davis, 2 s of Simpsoti, Ward 5 



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(7) Medlin V MT 

I'errell Mrs Susan 
(10) Morrison 1 I' 
(13) Hanks J W 
(20) Landers John 
Hurst SI) 
Lvnani 1 A 
North Th 

(26) Lee A V 

(27) Whitlock I R 

(29) Havnes E V 

(30) Ik^li T D 
Vacant 

-37 Hildcrbraiid L L 
{7,^) lones W T 
(37) Konkle T G 
(40) Klasset Andrew 

(42) Wallace W C^ 
Merritt George 

(43) Rains A L 
McMichael L C 
(50) Harper J T • 

Man gum intemeef^. 
Nash Mrs Georgia 
(56) Brown Cyrus, c 
(56) Hentley Hester, r 
(58) Jordan Isaac, c 
Bird'Dollie, r , 
Teat Jack, <- 
{62) Cirani Fleming, <• 
Bailey Jerry, r 

(64) c6ok J M 
Drake Mrs Sophronia 

(65) Holland Frank, .- 

(68) Lanier L R 

(69) Dyar J H 
Mathews J M 



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SSALZi m ALL aSABZS 

Lump, Steam ^^ A I 
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KEAB 72 MABIETTA ST. 

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7S (75) I^ee J W 
7^) (76) Jilanchard Wade H 
79 (77) Walton W M 
Sf (81) Chambers J H 
S2 («2) Stephens W T 
Miller W M 

IIaynf)< nthrxrch. 
95 (91) Wilson Fannie, r 
97 (93) Kll's Gracy, r 
99 (93) ^'fant Patsy, r 



ROCKWELL, from Windsor w 
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ROY, from Humphries e, 6 s 
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RLCKER, from Rockwell s, i 
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limits, I w of city , limits, 
Ward 4. 

2 Clifton Mrs S C 

3 Garrett W D 
(6) Rodgers J, <r 

10 Tolbert N, c 
12 Johnson W, c 
\\ George Mrs M W 



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Taylor Mrs Susan 

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i) C>liver M 

3) Bodie Mrs T A 

4) Upchurch T A 

5) Edwards Frank 

6) Plumb W M 

7) Vacant' 

8) Vacant . 

(10) Daley Mrs N 

(11) McCurdy F M ( 

(12) Nash Wm v_N 

(13) Moore W R 

(14) Thompson Wm 

(15) HudlowC P 

(16) Keown Mrs N 
17) Allen Mrs J 

17) Branan C W 

18) Vacant 

19) Johnson H 

20) Matthews Rev N H 

21) Hallman Stephen 

22) Royster J T 
(23) Hughes J W 

24) Copeland E A 

25) Porter L 

26) Phillips T J 

27) Mayfield Mrs N 
34) Wallace P D 
36) Vacant 
371) Mayfield S I 
38) Brennan J B 

SCHOFIELD, from Fort e to 
Hilliard, 2 n of Decatur, 
Ward 4. ^ 

4 Hamilton K, c ■ 

5 Dansby R, c 
7 Johnson T, c 

9 Johnson F, c l 



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TO Tricc^I, i 
1 1 (20) Strickland T 
I 2 Noal S 

14 Wallace \N M 

HoiicfJifon rdmm/'nc^. 

15 (16) Reid / T 
17 Kelly B 

21 Terry 1 1 

22 Peters Wm A 

23 Cleinmons J A 



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den.. I \v of W Peachtree. 
Ward 6. 
9 S|^ar \\' J 
13 Hfecox W H 

A h'xa tide r i n te rsect< . 
26 (21) Peavv A E 
:^2 (23) Marshall H H 

36 (2^) Brown C R 

41 (2§) Locke E R 

42 (27) Cox A N 
Johns J N 

46 Johnston Mrs M A 
> Parker intersect. 



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to Gherrv and e to Fort, at 
• limits. 



SIMPSON, from W Jeachtree 
w j^ limits, I n of Baker, 
Wards 5 and 6. 
18 {171) Morrow S J 
22 (r67) Bell H T 

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Villiams John, c 
t6i) Richmond P> F 
158) Richards W C 
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157) Echols ']' G 
VattsJ R 
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Williama intersecU. 
Onne inters^eets. 
T03 (no) Brown Cass, c 

107 (108) Martin J W 

108 (Ml) Ashcr W C 
1 1 1 .(106) Fisher C W 

113 (104) Raiischenherg Henry 

117 (102) Choate A E 

118 (103) Wallace F M 

121 (100) Wallace P J 

Ijovejoy inter^ecU. 

122 (101) McNabb D A 
127 (77) Guerin John 
131 {75) Thurman H C 
135 (73) Talton TC 
141 Lee Thomas 

Foivirr intersecU. 
145 Mather Wm 
T47 Turner Mrs E F 

149 Flowers W P 

Hayden endi*. 

150 Hames Mrs Ella 
i5^atterson Mrs J E 
154 Whitley J M 

160 (61) Johnson T H 

164 (59) Styron Bros & Ipark 

McAfee intersects. 
169 (58) Webb Owen 
Gullatt W S 

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29H Marietta St., Cor. Broad. 

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'73 ^54) Miirf)hy K C 

HtdJ rttd.<. 
ryS (47) Wilkinson Miss A I, 

I Vnnhir lit fpr'<Pf'f.<. 
r.S3 (46) Wood Mrs M E 

(iriibbs W L 
rrS4 (45) Cheves Mrs M A 
1S7 (44) Brewer J C 
(88 (43; Waldrij) J T 
192 (4r) (^hamberlin (,' K 

J J tick tc i ft ir r.<ecfA . 
2ro (t,) I^renner Wm 

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22'i (^) Maner W I> 
228 Smith F E 

'EUiotf intpr>ipcf.<. 
240 04) Yard Master & Trail 
' Dispchr's Office G P R 
244 (20) Petty Mrs Manda 
246 Vacant 

248 (22) Brown Major, c 

249 (19) Nealy Mrs O N 
252 W^ilson Wiley, r 
-^53(25) Felker W H 
254 Johnson Thomas, c 
256 Key Kinch, c 

-^57 iy:^) Brown B W 
Harris B 

260 (36) Howell J M 

261 (39) Hargrave Mrs M 

264 Bell C A 

265 (41) Gresham J H 

268 (44) Walraven D S 

Tuggle B H 

269 (45) Harbin W S K 

272 (46) Weaver J K 

273 (49) Riehle W 



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53) Ball F 

54) A damson W R 
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59) Duke G A 
62) Manning H B 

Steele E O 
67) Manning J A 
64; McVay John 

69) Kennedy J G 
66) Aenchbacker J L 

Benning A H 
71) Mills W F 

70) Paul D S 

74) Reed Thomas 
76) Holcombe W J 
73) Martin J A 

80) Rav Sanford S 

75) McDuffie B F 

81) Cawthorn Mrs S J 
S;^) Ozburn R S 

S2) Cawthorn Jno F 
Haynes intersects. 

83) Martin D O 

84) Smith Mrs L 
Gray commeiwes. 

87) McGee J M 
86) Parker L A 

89) Daniel Wm 

90) Ellsworth J H 
95) Hudson J E 

99) Wofford Mrs Martha 
105) Manning G W 

Davis intersects. 
115) Winham Mrs M A 
122) Cooksey J A 
143) Stockton B F 
150) Lambert Joseph 



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N«w No., 16 and 17. 

SIMPSON— Cont'd 

408 (154) Nunan Thomas 
455 (153) Houe John 
479 Vacant 

489 (165) Ranev W W 
497 ( ) Walker W M 

501 (173) Westbrook W A 

502 (170) Wachendorff Edward 

505 (175) Vacant 

528 (186) Tarrant W W 

535 (^77) McDonald A A 

Ga Electric Lic^ht Co 

Connolly J M 

(251) Peacock M 

(252) Simmons J B • 

SIMS, from Glenn s to bevond 
limits (West End), i e of Hum- 
phries, Ward 2. 

SIXTH, from Peachtree w to 
Cherry and e to Fort, at limits 

SMITH, from Whitehall s e to 
Glenn, i e of McDaniel, 
Ward 2. 

16 (14) Reeves S L 
20 (16) Crawford F A 
2.1 McGaughey C B 

Thornton V ^ 
22 (18) Banks T C 

25 Lester Sylvester 

26 (20) Elliott W R 

Grange commences. 
29 Wynne Mrs M A 
. 34 (24) Henderson J T 
W^oodall G H 
37 Mitchell IS 
40 (26) McDaniel J M • 



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(34) Nichols T W 
Raivsou rncfx. 

(39) Dunn G W 
(41) Threadcraft Mrs (i 
58 (42) Goodwin M V 
Randall T M 
(44) Ortagus R G 
(43) Law A M 
(46) Moore J J 
Laird T C 

67 (63) McGrath J V 

68 (48) Wilson (; W 

70 (58) Garner O B 
Wooden W F 

71 (67) Lewis W B 
Kitchen G D 

74 (60) Hudson W H 

75 (7i^McIverJ E 
Ziegler A A 

79 (75) Wallace C C 

83 (79) Dickson W C 
Palmer | ^ 

84 (64) Pierce R E 

85 {S;^) Baldwin Forrest 
Webb Bert 

86 (66) Cole W C 
92 (68) Cloud W^ J 

94 (70) Pritchett Mrs Rose 

95 (91) Priest L N 

98 (72) Argo A H 

Bichardson inter)<ects. 

99 (99) Thompson David 
102 (100) Moyers W^ T 
108 (106) Rucker Mrs S 
116 (no) Owens P H 
124 (114) Detreville R G 
127 (115) Fleming Mrs M am 

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[28 (116) Bush E G 

Patman Wade 
29-131 Vacant 
\2 {\ 18^) Hardy James 
^Crumley IntersectH. 
Hi^hinson A 
120) Whitaker Mrs N E 
122) Passern P 
129) Harper W H, c 
124) Brewer Robert 
129) Perkins J D 
126) X'acant 

131) Thomas Wm 

132) Kegron Sip, c 
51 (133) Ellison I A 

O' Haver Wm 
55 (135) J^iike A F, r 

59 (139) F'wing J E ^ 
59^Stephens & Ewing 

60 Hightower Levina, c 

61 (141) Meaders B J 

64 (138) McDaniel Rebecca, 

65 (143) Hale G W 

68 (142) Dampman Geo 

71 Vacant 

72 (144) Berry James, t 

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SOUTH, from Wallace n near 
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Stollard m' L 

(10) Ball F M 

(11) Arnold G W, Sr 

(12) Vaughn W C 




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Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Lead.l-CoitCirriase FuBts,&c 

Factory, 375 Decatur Street. 

Office 56-58 Marietta Street. 

(14) Walker Shederick 
(16) Garvin B F 
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(18) Allen J M 

(19) Kitchens F H 

(20) Saye J D ^ - 
(2i)OsbornCW . 
(22) Silvy G W 

(24) Carson M J 

(25) Silvey G W^ 

(26) Morris W C 
{2-j) Lewis W^m 
Ray Spencer, c 

W *'Fo u rth interseeti. 
(45) Crane Robert 
Hendrix Mrs Eugenia 

SOUTH AVE, from Capital e 
to Hills, I n of limits. Ward 3 
Smith C W 
Munday Henry, c 
Holley Warren, i 
Middleton J N 
St Mathew's A M E Church 
Thomas Robert, ^r 
Brazzell Larkin, c 

SPENXER, from Davis w to 
limits, I n of Foundry, Ward 5 
4 (204) Gilmer W N 
8 (128) Turner Mrs M E 
12 (10) Christiphine Frank 
16 (8) Elliott D M 
22 (4) Freeman Mrs E C 

Loive commences. 
44 (2) Glander H 
48 (4) Upshaw Charles, c 
59 (23) Pope Richard, c 



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SPENCER— Cont'd 
60 Turner Orange, r 
62 (3) Karr George W 
Burrell Mrs L J 
64 Collins Sallie. r 

66 Addie Ollie, r 

67 Pope Henry, r 

68 Seagraves Jordan. <• 

70 (24) Greenwood Mrs M D 

SPINK'S ALLEY, from Mag- 
nolia n to W Foundry. 1 w 
of Havnes, Ward i . 



SPRING, from W & A R R n 
w to limits. 1 w of W Peach- 
tree, Wards 5 and 6. 
9 Young W H 

10 Atl Elevator &: Warchse Co 
14 (10) Dent J W 
18 (10) Fulton Mrs Marie 
22 (24) Engles F J 
24 (26) Deihl Joseph 
Ma rietta in ter sects . 
Walton intersects. 
58 Riley John W 
62 Henagan E L 
64 Goree Mrs Mamie W 

Poplar ends. 
72 Black Mrs Mary 
76 Thompson Andrew P 

82 Swift Mrs F 

83 (79) Lester Mrs Sarah N 

Luckie intersectt<. 

94 Wood Wm D 

95 Green Mrs Rachel H 

97 Beatie John L 

98 Smith Charles H 



Jame.< intrrsect^. 

1 01 (99) Henderson Wm F 

102 Powell Louis 
103-113 Handy Terrace 
106 Williams Mrs, L A 

Church intrraectif. 
1 20 Thomas Wm B 
122 Phillii)s Mrs Sallie B 
125 Jacot Louis ' * 

Cai)i interseH^<. 
131-13^ Heartt E D 
.132 (134) ^^'ood R R 

134 (136) Moody E F 

135 Hutchison Mrs J A 
138^(138) Rathburn C M 

139 Conklin C A 

140 (142) Carr G T 

144 (146) Baxter T W 

145 Nichols Jack, c 
147 (149) Sharp B S 
150 (152) Winship Robert 
15^ (^53) Jones J W 
160 (1^0) Payne C M 

Harrif^ intersects. 
1 68 Crew B B 
173 (173) Magnus P C 
175 (177) Swift RB 
180 (180) Morgan J H 
184 (182) Gramling T A 

Baker intersecii. 
206 (206) Hill E E 
209 (209) Magar Alexander, c 

213 (213) Smith \W C 

214 (214) Luco E B 

217 (219) Waldo A L 

218 Jessop Alfred , 

Simpson intersects. 
228 Zachry J M 

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2^2 (226) Knaff S F 

Powers inter secU. 
249 (221) Hamilton L E 

A I er under inter secti^ 
254 (288) Wade G H 
263 (282) Stauffacher J W 
266 (284) Williams W A , 
Mills inter sectn. 

269 (285) Harmon J B 

270 (286) (ireen J A 
276 (284) Divine M J 
280 (258) Ivy L S 

280 (290) Fruittichcr Robert 
383 (291) Livingston S H ^ 
284 (292; Blake Harry 
284 Hubbard Frank 

Parker intersects. 
288 (294) Bosworth F P 

293 Atvvater Maria, c 

294 (298) Grogan F M 

295 Arnold Anna, c 

Himnioutt ijiter.^ects. 
Pine intersects. 
318 Drake W W 

322 Huiinicutt J E 

323 Gay A O M 

326 McLellan Mrs H A 

327 0hlJK 

330 Haynes W M 
348 Hunnicutt C W 

Baltimore pi ends. 
ir Merritts ave etuis. 
370 (i) Hanna Mrs S J 
372 (3) Baldwin W R 
:;74 (5) Hanson H C 
376 (7) Covell G F 
378 (9) McConnell Wm 



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380 (11) Henderson J T 
382 (13) Brown G G 
384 (15) Hall Lyman 
386 (17) Lycett Wm 
388 (19) Stephenson J T 
394 Edwards J F 

lAnden intersects. 
North ave intersMm. 





STATE, from Pine near Mari- 
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STEPHENS, from W^indsor w 
to Humphries, 3 s of Glenn, 
Ward 2 




STEW\\RT^ from Peachtree w 
to W Peachtree i st n Bleck- 
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STONEWALL, from Walker n 
w to High, I n of Fair, Ward i 
9 Bunch Charles T 
13 Johnson Josiah M 
(17) Jones Wm B 

20 W'atson Mrs Sarah A 

21 (19) Stroud Joel H 

22 McDonald Wiley N 

25 Johnson Julius C 

26 Thomas Miss E C 

29 (25) Woodruff Jos-rph P 

32 (28) Holtzclaw Henry J 

33 (29) Dickey Patrick, c 

36 Aiken Franklin M 

37 Holliday James A 

40 (36) Thrash Laurence B 

43 (37) Saye Wm N 

44 (40) Ryan Cornelius 
47 (41) Seaborn Rev F R 



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48 l\xigo Rev \V A 
52 (44) Yeni 1^ V 
56 Foote Thomas A 

. ChaprI iiitrr.-irrts. 

66 Claridv 

67 Price i H 

68 Brown J W 
70 Davis n S A 
72 Davis H (t 

7^ (65) Salter M T 
77 (67^ White ^^ D 
So Jones S N 
81 Stroll p J G 

Bff Uoii corn ))u lU-rs. 
8^ (79) Patterson W ] 
^i Ficken J 
8q (81) Patterson 1 L 
90 Holland R L 

93 Yancv 1 A 

94 (84) Berry J M 

95 Baldwin Si 1 

97 Gil more L A 

98 (86) Richardson F 
01 (91) Johnson H M 

04 Kuhns A F 

05 Krider W 

08 Anderson W P 

11 Vacant 

12 Palmer M L: 

13 Hammond A 
16 Douglas F B 

19 White G, c 

20 (no) Suttles I C 
23 Scandrick M. c 
26 Cowsert S A 

28 Hill A 



318 SVM 

S1"R()N(I, from Jolin w. 1 w of 
Davis. Ward 5. 

( I ) Jai k^o]) Amanda. - 
(7) Hnland Louis, c 
{\2) W.)rlev H A 
(1 :) P)iilt Holden 

(13) Allen W S 
Anderson | \\ 

(14) Revnolds 'Mrs \-\ V 
(16) Strop W R 
(18) Mynn P G 
(20) lulmnndson \Vm. ^ 

(25) I awrenc e John. < 

(26) I'arliani Henry, i 
{2^) Reynolds Mrs Kli/a 
(56) Marshall Wm, <■ 
(60) lones Foil, c 



SV(;AR AFFFV. tVom Fair n 
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Ward ^. 



SUNnnr AVF, from Highlan.l 
ave n to limits, i e of Jackson. 
A\'ard 4. 

14 Phel])s Miss E R 
26 (iresham S. i' 
30 Smith Miss B 

Kasi ave inttri^cet.-*. 
56 Bakh F A 
50 Wilson F, r 
66 Howard P, r 

Vnrrr.<f an' iufprserff. 
So Fee S. t 
90 Cherry G H 
94 Schallwig B 
99 Banks G 

Currier intpr.^eett. 

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iS \ Duncan R, c 
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\() \ Adams d W, r 
j<)H floward D T, r 



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16 Phillif>s A, r 

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26 Famhro W 'I\ c 
34 Riley A, c 
40 Riley H, r 
44 ('lark F, r 
46 Ingram D, r 
48 Jackson S, c 

MafjnoJ'ia 'ynfn'!<rft<. 
Foiiudrf/ ht U'r.<f'fK<. 
142 Breitenbucher F*hilip .S 
2 JO Vacant 

242 (174) Speairs W G^ 
Sim ff son inf^r-^^ef>-. 
263 (25) Williams R T 
276 (10) Smith K H 
285 (30) Gibson W K 



SYFVAN AVE, continuation 
of Fraser street in South At- 
lanta near the limits 

(51) Vancy S 

(53) Childs H Ben 

(55) David E C 
5 (57) Roberts B T 

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TANNER, from Bell e to 
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TANNERS AFFF:Y, from E 
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TATNAFF, from Nelson n w 
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7 Fumpkin W J 

Chappf inff^r-^Pfi^f. 
I 7 Br(jwn ¥ . c 
21 Walden J H 

27 Davis C C 

28 Morgan E F 
31 Raworth G F 
33 W'inburn H N 
38 Jennings W H 
41 Fewis G W 

45 Chaney J W 

47 Holmes W E, c 

48 Bass H F 
51 Phibbs M 
54 0rrGJ 

57 Alsabrooks J T 
62 Wilkinson C E 
65 Wilson C T- 

67 Stamps M, c 

68 West W H 

71 Carter E R. t- 

72 DeFamater G C 

77 Sprow D. i 

78 Archer W T 



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79 Smith W, i- 

Hiffh commoices. 
83 Smith "B, r 
86/Duke E C, r 

Markh nm infei \<rf'fy . 

91 Bailey J, r 

92 Walthall D, r 
96 Vacant 

10 1 Alexander j, <■ 

102 (173) Morse J H 
116 Jones David, i 
119 Anderson J, r 
122 (104) Small E S, r 

124 Burch B. I 

125 Vacant 
127 Coz W, (■ 

Walnut coinmoicef. 
W. Mitchell end,. 
W. Hunter end-'. 



TAYLOk, from Pratt to Fort, 
I n of Oilmer, Ward 4. 



TIETLEBAUM ALLEY, from 
Garne;t to Brotherton, i 
of Forsyth, Ward t. 



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TEN N ELS, from Boulevard e 
at Fulton Cot Mills, i s of 
Ga R R, Ward 3. 

Wynuin inter.iiects. 
Reinhardt intersects. 
^ Factory intert<ectx. 

(2) Ray J P 

(3) Wheeler W 1 
Savannah comnience.<. 

(4) Shelnutt J H 



(9) Mills I T 
(II) Wellborn R M 
Hendricks L 
Berean Cong Ch 
Ciunter W H 
Berean Ave commence:*. 
Bone W H 
Mauldin S H 



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limits, I \v of Martin Ward 3. 

Beacham G 
1 1 (99) Hanby J F 

14 (95) Flynn I) 

15 Butler B P 

15 (68) Fowler J 

16 (91) Johnson J W 

19 {^d>) Thompson A ] 

20 (87) McDay M, c ' 
23 (86) Dellashaw C 

27 (84) McDonald M C 

Hunter intersects. . 
46 (75) Murray M R 
50 (77) Wellborn C O 
56 (76) Gates T, r 

Fair intersects. 

81 Gay E, c 

82 Martin Mrs I 

85 Vacant 

86 (23) Payne D, c 

89 Singleton A, c 

90 (21) South F E A 

92 (19) Warren C T 

93 (18) Hill A, .- 

94 Webb J E 

95 M) Riley A, i 

96 (ill) Deipey Mrs E 
woodward ave intersect^. 

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105 (2,^) Avery M, c 

106 Thomas M, c 

108 (37) Mitchell H, c 
no (39) Williams L, c 
112 Millender E V, ^ 
II 4 (41) Rogers E, c 
1 16 Arnold H H, r 
118 (43) Badger A, c 
120 Guilford A L, c 

122 (45) Ham J, c 

123 Christian E, c 

124 Allen S, € 

125 Summers Amy, c 

126 Harvey F, c 

128 (47) Rodgers W, c 

Rau^on interfiects. 

Clarke intersects. 

Solomon intersecU. 

Fidton intersects. 

Richardson intersects. 

! Richmond intersects. 

Crumley intersects. 

261 Erwin T, ^ 

262 (30) Harris J, r 

265 (25) Hamm^ds R, c 

266 (14) Perry J; r 

269 (5) Cook E, c 

270 Coakley H, r 

271 Brown W, c 

272 (7) Searcy S, c 

275 Robertson T, r 

276 (6) Powell L M, r 

278 Ramey M, c 

279 (211) Bedington W, r 
281 (11) Weaver A, c 

283 Turner W, r 
292 (16) Bush R P 

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— CONTRACTORS IN— 

Raising and ffioving Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special FHcilitiea 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21>^E. Alabama. 

Glenn intersects, 
Georgia ave intersects. 
(14) Smith J P 

(17) Gatlin J W 

(18) Jones J E 

(21) Powell P J 

(22) Pierce Frederick 

(25) Smith T B 

(26) Gilbert W A 

(29) Wood A P 

(30) Erwin J L M 
Bass intersects. 
Love intersects. 

400 Parks Charlotte, c 

403 Shaw Wm, c 

404 (27) Davis Jacob, c 

405 Raven Wesley, c 

408 Davis Dudley, c 

409 (5) Montgomery Gilbert, c 

411 (5) Harper Jesse, c 

412 Williams Fannie, c 
413-415 Alexander John J, c 
414 Thomas Richard, c 

416 Jordan Joseph 

417 Wesley Harrison, c 

421 (90) Gilder D J, <: 

422 Redding Mary, c 

Little intersects. 



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Fort and w to Cherry, Wards 
5 and 6. 



THOMAS, from E Fair s to 
Glenn, i e of Gullatt, Ward 3. 
Wilson Stainback. 
Woodward ave intersects. 
Coker C D 



Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co.,( 

52 and 54 Peachtree Street. 



Marbleized Iron. Slate and Hard- 
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ClotMers i Hatters, 

Old No., 1 7 and 19 Whitehall Street. 

New No.. IS and 17. 

THOMPSON, from Cent R R 

at Alabama s \v. Ward i. 
; 4 Johnson Frankie, r 
8 Searcy Mad Cornelia 
12 Jones Sarah, i 
16 Reeves Mad Mollie 
Hunter iiitcriifct'i. 
33-37 Georgia Soap Co The 
42 (46) Hudson Georgia, r 

45 (49) Central Coal & W Co 

46 (48) Reeden Mad .\ J 
50 (52) Morris Mad Mattie 

Mitchell intersect^t. 
75 (75) Smith & Simpson 

• XeJson commences. 
80 (80) Lyndon C T ^ 
Johnston R H 

88 Atl Consol Bottling Co 

89 (89) Murray P E 

Robii^^n J H 
92 (90) Hammond J F 
1 01 (95) Lunger W S 

104 (100) Wolfe Harris 

105 (97) Herbert W J 

109 (ibx) Carroll Nathan, c 
Peters inter sect ><. 
Garnett intersects. 
137 (125) Richardson W S 

139 (127) Hill W C 

140 (128) Waldman Max 

Marx Morris 
144 (130) Williams Daniel 
146 (132) Johnson G H 

148 (134) Wallace J S 

149 (135) Ballenger E 

150 (136) May field Mrs Sallie 

152 (138) Rubin S H 

153 (139) ^Vilson Mrs M L 



154 {140) Bates J S 

155-185 Dixie Lumber «!v: MfgCx:» 

156 (142) Blount W B 

160 (144) Bresler H 

161 (145) Long J H 

Rrotherton enda. 
167 (147) Barnwell N T 
169 (149) Van D'Elden Frank 
174 (158) Klaitz Wm 
180 (t6o) Hoffman S 
184 (162) Talley ] P 
188 (164) I^ong'w T 
Barrow J M 

Packard ci)mmencer<. 

191 (165) Hughey Mrs Frances 

192 (166) McGariy S J 

195 (177) Feil Otto 

196 (168) Love Marshall^ 
199 (179) \\'atkins W M 
203 (181) Solomonson S L 



THOMPSON ALLEY, 
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THURMOND, from Luckie w 
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Ward 5. ^ 

5 (38) Boyd Annie, i' 
7 (38) Rhyne Lizzie, c 
. 9 (36) Clark H T 
1 1 (30) Schwarc Philip 
13 (28) Hall J M 
17 (245) Sullivan Lucy, c 
10^^45) Smith Sarah, r 
Marietta intersect-s. 
31-33 Vacant 

W & A R R intersects. 

'PHONE 667. 

MELONE, CANTEY & RAWSON, 

Cen*l Insurance (gents 

Fire, lAte, Acaident and 

Plate Glass. 

'4 S. Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA. 



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Atlanta Gas Works 
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, Elliott intersects. 
70 (79) Hcgan Mrs S E 
74 Cox C E 
76 Courtney C E 
80-82 (69) Connor Mrs Mary 

83 (66) Adams P C 

84 (63) Dodd W H 

85 (64) Upchurch C A 

88 (61) Errick Charles 

Roy T J 

89 (60) Jones S B, r 

93 (54) Smith Mrs E 

94 Heath Mattie, r 

95 (52) Vacant 

96 Walls Florence, c 

97 Vacant 

1 01 (48) Mathews Duncan, c 

102 (49) Kocher Mrs E 
104 (47) Hill Sallie, c 
'07 (35) Vacant 

111 (29) McCown T H 

1 1 2 Hope J L 

Manqum intersect^. 
118 Rice R J 
120 Huggins James, c 

123 (28) Gordon Wesley, c 

124 (27) Humphries J H, c 

125 (29) Gay Harrison, c 
127 Johnson Green P 
129 (24) Bridges Ann, c 

Avery Mary 

131 Rice Mrs Ellen 
133 Newsome Mrs R C 

Shiloh A M E church 

132 Scott Wm, c 

A.L.DELKIN&GO. 

69 WHITEHALL STREET, 

WHOLESALE AD RETAIL 

JEWELERS. 

Largest Stock, Lowest Prices. 



Irtlsis' Mateplals. 



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^r^est /l88ort/nei>t ai>d 
^pu/est prices ir) ^ity 



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TRIPOD PAINT CO., 

S6-S8 Marietta Street. 



134 Hayes Benj. c 

135 Davis Henry, c 
138 (155) Wright Maria, c 
140 (155) Roberson Thos, c 
142 Miller Lee, c 
142 (7) Powers Adeline, c 

144 Lepsin Sante, c 

145 Grace Ellen, c 
— ^^^46-^wanson J T, c 

Hayne intersects. 



TODD, from Boulevard w 
Fitzgerald, i n of Decatur 
2 Standford J R 
6 Singleton F C 

10 McGee P 

14 Miles Wm A 



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TOLBERTS ALLEY, from W 
& A E R to E T V & G R R, 

I s of Rhodes, Ward i 



TRENHOLM, from Peters n 
to Chapel, 2 s of Larkin, 
.Ward I 
9 Sanders Jane, c 

11 White Abe, c 

12 Callaway Cicero, c 

13 Walker Caroline, c 

14 Callaway S C, r 

15 Henderson Monroe, c 

1 7 Peyton Sarah, c ' 

19 Richardson Sarah, c 

22 Sanders Georgia, c 

23 Blake Archie, c 

24 McGee John, c 

26 Smith Judy, c 

27 Walker Eliza, c 



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Piraons El Boallokip 

2 SOUTH BROAD ST. ( ■ ' 



EAL ESTATE BROKERS 

Mineral, Timber, County and 
City Land For Bale. 



TRK 

W. L. REEDER, 

DEAUER IN 

.Hji Robes. Horse Blankets. 

AND WHIPS OF ALL KINDS. 



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S. Broad St. 



TRKNHOl.M Cont'd 
zS Mackonn* Hattie. < 
29 Obie Hiincl, < 
^o Hanks Sallic. i- 



32 Silt Ion Mariah, < 

33 Vacant 

34 Rogers l.oli, I- 
;^z, Maddox liyatt, . 
36 Cowens Amanda. < 
38 Harper IV'njamin. < 

40 Whittakor Ja( kson. 

41 Fernand(^s Kit. ■: 

42 Ohie \Vm. i 

43 Bird Rosa. < 

45 Johnson Henr\ . i 
47 Morgan Klsic. i 
53 Scott Green, t 

55 Young James. < 

56 Speers Martin. , 
57-59 Lewis Sallie, < 



TRINITY AVK. from Forsyth 
e to Ca])itol ave. 1 s of Mitch- 
ell, Ward I. 
6(21) Arnold W M 
S 09) Vacant 
9 (18) Alexander Henry, <■ 

10 (17) Delbridge Paper Co 

11-13 (12) Lewis ^Yillis. <• 

12 (I ^ j Riser R F 

16 (13) O'Sullivan E J 

18 (II) Kreis Mrs J E 

19 do) Lewis Rev Walker 
22 I ) Gilbert Elizabeth, c 

Wh iiehall i n te r.<ecU . 
42 dot Knapp S F 
45 di) Crawford Mrs E H 
47 (15; Braselton Mrs V L 



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(20) Willinms Miss ( 1 A 

M( Anlnir I' W 

(42) I'ringle R S 

(43) Johnson A \' 
(45) Mayer 1 M 

(55) Winn C S 

(56) Lynrh V 

(57) SiilHvan C 
(67) McCarthy M 
Wright L R ' 
(69) lialdwin J A 
Hoykin S 
N'acant 

(104) Sti'ies C A 

( Vr?/' ronimfnres. 

(112) A])plcwhite H T 
( ^<ij)lf()l pi end:*. 

(120) King HO 



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IT'MLIN, from Wallace near 
Marietta, n bevond limits. 



TURNERS ALLEY, from 
Whitehall to (Grange nr Hood, 
Ward 2. 



TYE. tVom Tennells s to E Fair. 
1 w of Rerean ave. Ward 3 



L'NIVERSITY, from Windsor 
w. half mile s of city limits. 



VALENTINE, changed to Bell. 



Soithers P&i&l is Sk Co., 

oms, • VflRfiisHES, 

GLASS AND PAINTERS' SUPPLIES. 
No. 39 South Broad Street, ATLANTA. 



Lumber, Laths, Shingles, 

MOULDINGS, Etc , 
leH SOUTH BROAD ST. 



GRESS LUMBER CO. 



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2'i Kimball Honi*. DecataT fHreet. 



Georgia and Alanama. CAli^rafvk Wiit- 
l injr Manhln«!, 



MEMPH 

STOVE CO. 

98 WHITEHALL 3TBEET. 

See Page 57. 




VAN 325 



AN IRA, from f'npitol ave e 
6 s of (reorgia ave near limits. 

\'LNAf>LFi, from Simpson n to 
N'f)rth ave, r e of Lurkie. 
17, (ro) M((>;iry T (' 

1 \ (ft) Taylor H H 

r6 (13) Dfjbbins Charles, r . 

1') (i(>) Kiml)ro Mrs Miranda 

20 (r5) Landers Mrs f, L 

2 1 (rX) F/bercnz Heniy 
24 (»7) Miller W A 

26 (](j) Watts J A 

A If.rn ndr r intf r.<Pfi< . 
47 Nance C R 

(>2 1(>T,) Reid Miss Mattie 
(>\ iJrown J W 

66 ^65; Moulder FI A ' 

7 r ((id) Mann James 

72 (67) Johnson J V 

75 (68) Mann J \) 

77 (45) McHenry Minerva, r 

Xo Flagg Susan, r 

/fytnitiriitf mferS'foU. 
92 (42) fiough Edgar, c 

95 (69) Dennis O F 

96 (44) Wiggins Henry, c 
00 (71) W^aldrip Mrs M E 

10 r (73) Owens G W 

Jjinrleii inter secU. 
132 Sellers J. P 
134 Jones JO 

136 Hitchcock F W 

137 Mell Benjamin 
Tij8 Pearson H M 
141' Miller J H 



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FOR COAL AND WOOD 

CALL ON 

OVERTON & DUNN, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers. 

Best Domestic Coals at Lowest Prices. 

TEL. 804. Yards 91 . Ga. R. R. St. 

145 V^acant 

Mf^rritf.< are 'tnffr*ff*f'<. 
153 Martin S A 
156 P»rcjdshaw Oeorge, c 

Dennis Hattie, r 
North avp inipr^fffa. 



VICTORIA, from W & A R R 
w to Lambert, i s of John, 
Ward 5. 
2 (20) Dudley Crilbert 

4 (22) Parks John 

5 (25) Camijbell Wm 

6 (26) \'acant 

8 (28j \'acant , 

9 (29) Harris J B 
to (28) Vacant 

12 (30) Williams Lizzie, c 

14 (30) Swift John, t 

15 (31) Powell W H 

16 (32) Vacant 

18 (34) Hardeman Ella, c 

19 (33) Burnett Robert 

20 (44) Smith Uriah, c 

21 (37) Steele Samuel, c 

22 (44) Harris Gnfifin, c 
-5 <39) Andrews Squire, f 
26 (40) -Smith John, c 

Waters Wyatt, c 
28 (44) Singleton James, c 
3*1 (47) Perry Henry, c 
35-33 U7) Wright Robert, c 

Mangmn int/'ritects. 
37 (51) Howard Holland, c 

39 {51) Sasseen Mahaley. t 

40 (52) BoUes Tobe. c 



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THE SHOWN i im mu CO. 

Leather and Rubber 

Hose, Packing, Ac. 

47 and 4S S. Broad Street 

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VICTORIA— Coiud 
44 (54) M'ritiht Jane, . 



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Shepherd John. < 
13 (46) Hairston J M 
It) Lueille CorneHa. < ' 
17 (44) (lidish Jolin 

19 Hopkins J \V 

20 Blake Harrison. < 

23 (42) Sisemore K A 

24 Hollidav (lebrge. . 
27 (24) Dodd A M 

25 {2^) Cloud John 

30 (32) Stevens Reuben. 

35 Mabry Joseph. < 

36 (30) Jacksoiy^usco. r 

37 Shorter Racl\el. < 

41 (31 ) Law \Vm.N 

42 (28) PhilHps Howard. 
44 (26) Brown Albert. <■ 
46 (24) Robinson George. 

54 (22; Upshaw Peter. <• 
56 (21) Brown Thomas, c" 
BeckirifJi^ infer:<ect$. 
W. Hunter ivfer.'^ecU. 
169 Bum stead H 

Rliode^ pmh. 
208 Ross I O. c 
215 Fopd G W, c 
217 V^anf 

221 Cleveland S E 

222 Yoiingberry C 
224 Carson B 



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22O Spear J 1' 
2 ;o Runije N 

233 \ acant 
Ditkson K 

234 l,ee S R 
/vS S( huh/ A 

Mtnittolm Dffii'.'ircfs. 
241 (18) I'lanklin Katie, < 
243 (16) Mapps Sarali, <■ 
247 (14) Coltjuitt (ieorge 
251 {7,7,) Howarii Henry. .< 
2^z, Surse> John, r 
2^() (()) \ inson Thomas. < 
257 (8) lones R H. r 

261 (6) Toner W c; 

262 Campbell Katlileen, « 
2()h lA ree Asa 

266 Pointer David, < 

hOinidrii iuffrsfei.<. 
Sprnct y infrvf<rcfs. 



^^ AODEEE. from l)ecatui*n, 
to Edge wood, 2 e ol R cS: 1) 
RR. ^ 

14 Eawrenc e J T 

18 Browning H 

20 Sigo A A 

22 Huey J W 

7,2 Stewart 1 C 

44 Wootten Mrs F J 1 

52 (50) Wolf J 



WALKER, from Nelson at 
junction Mangum, s to Peters, 
Ward 1 . 
4 Kaplan X A 
6 {4) Wynne John F 



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I UB prepared to make oontnote for all 
gradei of 

LUMP, ANTHRACITE AND STEAM COAL 

FOR MANUFACTURING PURPOSES. 
Bear 72 Marietta St. TttL 1420. 



The northuestern MuiU 

W. WOODS WHITE, Gen'l Airt. ( 



THE GREATEST DIVI 
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COMPANY IN AMEI^ICA 









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LEATHER BELTING AND LACE LEATHER. 



Atlanta Rubber Co. 

20 Decatur Street, 
ATLANTA, - - QEOItOIA. 



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120 



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(8) Harris Eiuiiis J 
(fo) Ziiber John 
(rF) King Rev Jnmes K 
(14) Wedenieyer Fredk (' 
(r5) Martin (ieorge W 
(20) Henderson Senhorn V 
Stevens J M 

Hnyiu' iftfr r.'irf'is . 
Walker Street School 
(22) Ea?Til)ert E M 
(28) Herrin Wm W 
(30) Branan Mrs Mary A 
(35) Shernn (rcorge W 
(32) Willis John F 
(34) Shumate Francis F 
Cochrane I) A 

(43) Mayson 'I'homas C 
Sfoneira/I romm/'Hf'/'<. 

(44) Hilhurn Frank A 

(50) Rutland Wm T 

(51) Smith Hiram P. 
(54) Smith Mrs Mary 

(58) Fiaslett Mlrs (reorgia A 

(59) O'Brien iJaurence F 
(62) Talley Wm M 
Turner C T 

(65) Vinson G A 
(66; Hrown Wash, r 

Fair niter :<er.f.<. 
(68) Tinsley A W. 
(71) Pattillo Samuel H 
Doster Wm J 
(78) Abies Cornelius 
(73) Glass Mrs Lucretia C 

Larkin commenfe-^. 
Ellison Robert 
Cooper Wiley G 



C. G. WYNNE, 

At No. 2 Whitehall St.. 
Keeps the Finest Line of 



-AND- 



GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS 

IN • Turn • OITV. 



The Choicest and Finest Brands 



OF- 



Old Oscar Pepper, Oli Crow Whiskies 

An«l Choicest Wines and Brandies 
Dlreet Imported. 

r>. c. ivOE^is, 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 arifl SO 
Broad Streets. Tel 420. 



2 2 Cooper O Z 

2;^ Roberts A reorge P 

25 (99) Brown Wm T 

26 C92) Babb James P 

27 (ror) Roberts E F 

30 (96; Eu banks Rol)ert S 

3r \ealy Wm B 

32 Davis Anna, c 

35 ^105) Stanford J G Q 

39 Eskridge Albert P 

42 Irwin Mrs Eliza F 

43 Eubanks Gilbert T 

44 Howse Wm 

46 (no) Schranck F 

48 (112) Potter George A 

49 Vacant 

50 (114) Groves R B 

54 Soyez Louis G 

55 Curtis BE 

56 Lamar Wesley, c 

59 Daniel Royal G 

60 Clemens Maria, c 
63 Bettis Joseph E 

69 McGauhey Sz Johnson 

71 Vacant 

73 Humphries John 

75 Gantt John A 

79 ^259) Spinks Mrs Anna 

77 Vacant 

Standard Lumber Co 



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WALKERS ALLEY, 
Daniel e to Bradlev, i 
Edgewood ave. Ward 4 



trom 

s of 



WALL, from Peachtree and 
Whitehall w to Broad Street 
Bridge and e to Loyd, i s of 
Decatur. 



Yellow Pile Mer 



OF EVERY VARIETY, 

ENTERPRISE LUMBER COMPANY. 
) 234 S. BROAD STREET. Ttlephofi« 238. 



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] STAIB BUILDINQ a Specialty. 
l Cor. Foundry and W. & A. R. R. 



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WALL— Contd 

GOING EAST. 

I (i) Day S W 
3 Ruhmann Geo H 
^,';4 (4) Kattenhorn & Day 
*5PappaJA 
6, Sou Iron Car Line 
Iron Car Equip Co 
8 Welch & Turman 
8 Johnson & Johnson 
iVIilledge R H 
HillRH 
Rainey C 
10 Atlanta Banking Co 

Harris, Nutting & Co 
i2jSchell J T, c 
14 Adair G W 
16 Black E P 
Key & Bell 
Fielder J W & Co 
Jordan C 
Shellman W F 
Krouse Harry 
i6^Finley W R, r 
20 Cummings J E 
. Schell J T, ^ 

X. Pi-yor intersects. 
Union Depot 
Durand H R 
Atl Bag & Cab Co 
Everett-Ridley-Reagan Co 
28 Sou Exp Co 
28^(24^) Adams House 
34 (30) Daniel J B 

Swanson J M 
\ Knight L L 
Fleming A F 
34^(32^) Osborn G T 




Brown J L 

Bishop & McWhorter 
McCord Mark J 
Vacuum Oil Co 
Candler & Lee 
Culberson & Hunt 
Atl R E & Inv Co 

36-38 Logan & McCrory 

36JEmpire Mut Accident Asso 

40 Steinheimer D 

42 Harkey W C 

Calquhoun & Wright 
M & L R R 
T& P R R 
L & N R R 

42^Bradfield Regulator Co 

44-46 Wolfe L C & Co 

44^Mays J G Supt 

46 (48) Steinau L 

48 Thomson-Houston Elec Co 

48^Ramseur A 

GOING WEST. 

4 (4) Nat Tontine B & L Assn 
5-7-9 Emery H F 
6 Appier & O'Keefe 

Clifton Chem & Pftosp Co 
8 Albright S A 
10-12 Budden & Son 



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WALLACE, from Marietta, be- 
yond limits, e to State. 
Manning Furniture Co 
(5) Landers D N 
Hagans John 
(9) Vacant 
(11) Wright Lemuel, c 

(13) Pittman Charles, c 

(14) Jackson Jonas, c 



PER MONTH 



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$6 

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$1000 IN 84 MONTHS. 

29)^ Marietta St. Over MUes & Stiffs 



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AblilUtNl INiUHABlih tORBETT 4 McCAKDLESS, State Agents. 

Aaerlcfta Cuualt7 Ini. Security Co. I 22 Kimball House, Decatv St. Telephone 72. 



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WALLACE— Cont'd 

Antioch Baptist Church 
Wallace St School 



U ALLIS, Trom Decatur n, 2 e 
R vS: I) R R, changed to Krog 

WALNUT, from Larkin n to 
Simpson, i e of Vine, Ward i. 
1 1 Vacant 

15 (7) Harris M R 

16 (6) Williams J A 

Pate J M 

19 (9) Stewart L M 

20 (8) Stewart A J 

23 (11) Waits W F 

24 (10) Baisden J A S 

25 Parish J R 
27 Vacant 

32 (28) Jones C M 

35 (25) Dennington L M 

36 (26) Harris J C 
40 (27) Hawkins J B 

42 (24) Thornton Mrs M R 
46 (22) Vacant 
50 (20) Reaves J D 

Parsons comnienr^^.^. 

55 Wilkerson W O 

56 (16) Kelley C H 
Moncreif W J 

High eufU. 
77 Baskin A, c 

Beckwith iniersevtu. ■ 
87 Parks L, c 
91 Goodhue Y, r 

Markhain ends. 

Tatncdl intersects. 

W Mitchell intersects. 



IDoorman ft |||oorman, 

HEADQUARTERS FOR '^ 

STAMPS, OTAMP 

EALs! ' — OUPPLIES. 

32K South Broad Street. 



PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN— 

Raising and |l|oving Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special F* ciiities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone ^44. 213^ E. Alabama 



W Hunter intersects. 
Bumstead Horace Rev D D 

Marjnolla intersect^. 
248 (86) Harris John, c 
250 (88) Jones Wylie, c 
254 (90) Hawk Elliott, r 

261 (86) Powell Edmund, c 
Mc Murray Peter, c 

262 (86) Wright Benjamin, f 
265 Jones Hannah, c 
268 (84) Wright George, c 
274 Johnson Andrew, c 

Foundry inter secU. 
Spencer intersects. 



WALTON, from Peachtree n w 
to Foundry, i n e of Marietta, 
Wards 5 and 6. 
8 Kelly John D 

Con Beneficl & Bldg Assn 
N. Broad intersects. . 

21 (23) Forsyth J A * 

22 Vacant 

24 Bates G & Co 
244Dental Dept Sou Med Col 
27 Smith O A Chemical Wks 
N. Forsyth intersects. 
First Baptist Ch 

37 (37) Talmadgc House 

38 Standard Wagon Co 

42 Cohen Mrs Ida M 

43 (43) Miller H V M 

Fairlie intersects. 

46 (50) Washington Seminary 

47 (47) Perry M R 

54 (54) Thompson John W 

57 (55) Boyd Minor 

58 (58) Starke Mrs Georgia H 



Hunnicutt & Bellingratli Co., 



62 and 54 Peachtree Street. 



21 



IG-alvanized Iron Workers and 
Tin Hoofers, Steam Fitters and 
PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES. 



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Old No.. 17 and 19 Whitehall Street. 

New No., 15 and 17. 




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j:^^ WAl/rON— Contd 

62-64 (60-62) Ik^llmont The 
68 (62) Hoppie (J K 
70 (80) Stilson V I 
72 {^2) Roddev Sliss M (' 
74 (84) Miles VV r, 
76 (86) Hawthorne | H 
Sprlmj inirvxnix. 

80 (90) Bisaiier Miss H 1. 

8 1 Powell \V A 
86 Swanson'l M 

91 Holland Slicheal V 

92 Smith Fannie. < 
99 Woolbright A\ ni A 

103 ]ones lohn 

106 (98) Wardlaw Mrs MA 

Bartow luU'r.-ifcfs. 
110 (100) Gilbert Mrs M J 
_ III (105) Rostwick Mrs A E 
• ^ 118 (102) Fuller ^ Akers 
"^ 119 (113) Ivey Billings S 
127 Rice John W 
133 Davis Mrs Mary A 
137 (127) Throwe'r Thomas L 
W Cain i)tte}'sectji. 

141 (129) Mitchell Wm W 

142 (138) Flowers Mrs S 

144 (140) Hawes J H 

145 (143) Mashburn Mrs S A 

149 Finley Thomas 

150 (144) Walker Mrs J E 
153 (151) Wood Moses 
157 (153) Tyler Charles F 
165 (163) Simmons Mrs Mary 
171 Chamberlin .Samuel 




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WARNER AVENUE, from 
lones s to (ilvnn. 1 e of Mnr 
tin. Ward 3. 

7 Eong Sanuicl 

8 (4) Rudolph Nicholas 
10 (8) Edmundson (i (1 
11(7) Ketterer A A 
I 2 Vacant 

1 5 (9) Johns M F 

15 (9) Denson I' H 

16 (10) Hudson C M 
20 Urew J. (■ 

2 I Saxton W H, r 
22 Hill N, <■ 
25 Meyer W H 
16 (16) IVoyd W J, (■ 

WARREN V E ACE, from 
Courtland e to Piedmont ave, 
I n of (iilmer. Ward 6. 
2 X'acant 
6 Alexander A 

9 (i3]?Hlount PJ 

10 Kelly A F 

13 (17) Harrison T 

16 (14) EeVert O P 

17 (19) McAlj)in (1 M 

20 Cobb Wm, (- 

2 1 Clarke T E 

22 (20) P>rown J S 

25 (27,) Gatins J 

26 Harrington Wm 

WASHINGTON, from Waverly 
Place s w to Fair, then s to 
limits, 2 w of Capitol ave, 
Ward 2 
Engine House No 2 






'PHONE 667. 



MELONE, CANTEY & RAWSON, 

(enM Insurance Igents 

Fire, TAte, Accidont mud 

Plate Glftaa, 

14 S. Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA. 






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A ASfHN(rT( )N— Cont'd 
(^ 'riip[)er l C Rev 
fy ( f r) Calhoun W E 
-r Ffunter P, M , ' 

lluckhardt (i A 
' ; (15) Brannan J F 
2s (f 7) Mcfndoe J W 

Ketchum W H 

St F^hillips Episcopal Ch 
Hnnfrr infrrupcU. 
2() Harper & Mai lory 
43 Small S VV 
p> Werner K A 

Central Presbyterian church 
Mlfrhf'll 'nitpr.<fef^. 

fJoys High School 
7 r Kenflrif k W S 
72 (56) Pratt H J 

75 (57) Strickland Rev ii B 

76 (58) Dozier C A 
8r (59) Crane S C 

86 (66) Coker F M 

87 (6^) Fluntley ] P 
93(67) Hill L J ■ 

PftpfA inf^r.'^eet't. 
94 (68) Adair A D 

97 (71) Adair (r B 

98 Neal T B 

02 (80) Eovvndes G S 
^3-^75) Bremer [ H 
09 (8r) Martin E VV 
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12 (92 j Richards S P 
^3 (93) Barry J A 
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-5 (103) T'hornton E H 
26 (104) Hammond W R 

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69 WHITEHALL STREET, 

WUOUSALE AID KETAIL 

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Lareest Stock. Lowest Prices. 



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READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Lead, 1-Coat Carriage Paints, &c 

Fflctory, 375 Decatnr Street. 

Office 56-5« Marietta Street. 

27 (105) VanEpps Howard 

30 Westmoreland T P 

31 (ill ) Morrison A 
36 (112) Johnson H S 
39 (117) McEendon N A . . 
42 (118) Sanders W C 

49 (125) Marsh E W 

50 (126) Blackburn B M 
54 (130) Armstrong Wm S 

Waoflvmrd are inf/rsecU. 
58(132) Olmsted Dr J C 

59 (Ky^) Brown Joseph E 

60 (134) Stuart A 
70 (140) Brown George M 
78 (148) Ryan Frank T 

87 (159) Brown Julius L 

88 (160) Oglesby J C; 
RaivAon infpr.^ect^. 

93 (165) Ellis Capt W D 

94 (166) Garrett Wm J 

201 (171) McDonald Dr H 

202 (170) Arnold C H 
204 (172) Sergeant C E 
209 (179) Cole W J 

218 (182) Gatins Joseph F 

219 (183) Woodson S F 
Woodson Mrs M F 

222 (184) Black R C 

Clarke intemects. 
^'33 ( 189) Colvin John A 

237 (191) Wellhouse H 

238 (190) Sc(5tt W M 

242 (192) Ragland Thomas 

244 (194) Hatcher Rev H 

245 Unfinished 

246 (196) Pappenheimer Oscar 

249 (197) Brandt Mrs R A 

250 (198) Newelt Louis 



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257 (225) Tic lienor Dr. I T 
2-58 (220) Hawks Win N 
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263,(227) Abbott W L 
264 (226) Kenny P J 
2J^9'KUne Jose|)li J 
270 (230) Jenkins J C 
273 (231) (iriffin ] I 
2S0 (242) TidNvell R W 
2$! (243) Satzky A 
286 (248) Leibman I 
290 {250) Ware W R 

295 (257) Kennedy Walter 

296 (258) Hall L H 
29^ (_559) Redus R K 
303 (263) Hulbert W W 
311 (265) Adler Morris 
318 (284) Clarke Judge M J 
321 (285) Haas Jacob 

Crumley hderttecU. 
326 (290) Bigby John S 
341 (303) Howland S D 
350 (310) Jordan B F^ 
353 (313) Briscoe A C 
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Bcu<.< intersecti^. 
436 (398) Burckhalter M R 
440 (40b) Sullivan I I 
448 Harris W P 

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479 (41$) Ormond James 

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613 Dodson W C 

Mont(jomer<j commrnna. 

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(81 Blackmon D D 

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(10) Wooster C A 

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McClain W H 
Terry V J 

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25 (83) Barber K, ^• 
31 (i) Cannon J C 

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(9) Harper J A 
(6) Smith Jerry, c 
ill) Harper VV A 
(J4) Backus Mrs S A 
(14) McDaniel Fucius, r 
(13) Finane (x W 
(16) Waters Millie, r 
(16) Fittle Henry, r 

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(20) Smith Dora, r 
(36) Robbins (i W 
(40) McWilliams Zach, r 
(38) Davis Hilliard, r 
(38) Stanford Mark, c 
C'ox 'I'homas, r 
(38) Tunson Cephus, r 
Moss Findsey, r 

Ifn niphrie!< in fernexts. 
(42) Byrnes S B, c 
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Williams Jane, r 
(46) Owens H P 
Davis Wilkes, c 
(48) Evans Matt, c 
(54) Mitchell Irene, r 
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(51) McFaughlin Fula, < 
(53) Caldwell Nellie, c 

(52) Howard Cora f> 
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Andrews Mary, r 
Dorsey R C, f 
(57) Geesling Nancy, c 
Edwards Katie, c 
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Wooldridge, Jeliico and Bon Air. 

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HoUinjf inter^ferU. 
KT V <t- (i R R inier^ect^. 
Brosius Motor S M Co 
109 (60) Jackson T S 
III (62) Hitson R J 

OonnUiee int^rsectj*. 

115 (62) Render Daniel, r 

116 ''61) Scott Wilson, r 
119 (64) Fittlejohn C)phelia, r 
125 Jenkins Albert, r 
157 (80) IVuitt N W 
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4 (204) (iramling Mrs A E 

22 (210) Wilson H F 

23 (211) Iverson Mrs F S 
26 (212) Jame^i J H 

Simp.ion rommeuceft. 
38 (232) McKinley J E 
44 (236) F'Engle C S 

Poiven^ commences. 
52 (234) O'Keefe Mrs S F 
56 (238) Stevens G C 
58 (240) Carter G VV 
62 (242) Harralson F D 

65 (243) McBurney E P 

66 (244) Brown R E 

Alexander intersectn. 
72 (246) Bratton F R 

74 (248) Brownell D W 

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79 (257) (lali^liin !> V 

80 (258) Rhett W H 

83 (269) Alley A R 

84 (260) Prior C; S 

^fl^l< cowmrncvs. 
94 (268). Lami)kin W W 
98 (270) Sibley R E 

02 (2 76.\Payne W 1) 

03 (283y^^]^agby W .] 
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08 (280) Marshall A S 

09 (289) Schlesinger H L 

12 (282) Martin W A 

13 l^ennisop C H 
15 (295) (iallagher Mrs Nancy 
18 (288) Rtjaves 1 W 

, Huuniiiitt connnencffi. . 
36 (306) F^r H J 
39 (315), Shackelford G W 

Piuf interiirct,<. 
45 (317) Shadden J H 
49 (311) Stepheps Mrs M E 
52 (310) Miller P H 
56 (312) Campbell Mts J P) 
60 (314) Ward L M 
6.2 (316) Miller Robert 
63 Hallman J C 

Bahwiore place comvieticei^. 
67 (319) Hightower H H 

76 (318) Gholstin Louis 

77 (323) Delkin A L 

81 Darlton K^ E 
Howard commeiicef. 

88 (352) Scrutchin 1 G 

96 (356) Estee P H 

97 <357) Smith Hoke 
207 (359) Pratt E S 



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(366) P)urbank A M 
(368) Kendall L T 
(^70) l'\)ntaine Francis 

(367) Akers W G 
Sorth <nv' intni^ectii. 

(375) Angier Clarenve. 

Kimhall intrrarctit. 

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16 Woolf L 1 

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21 (5) Moss E A 

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(4) Wilson J F 

(7) Repauno Chemical Co 
Jones 1 G 

29 (11-13) Willey House 

(8) Dimmock W R 
(12) Ross M E 

(18) (;iass J M 5 

Taylor Wm M 

(17) forden } W, jr 

(20) Rhodes* M P 

(22) Edwards J W B 

Vacant 

(24) White M 

Stewart Mrs M J 

(26) Knott W L* 

(35) Lumsden Mrs J L 

(35) Parks Mrs W S 

Im iiitprnecU. 
(49) Boggan W C 
(51) Jones I W 

(57) Price C W 

(58) Constantine C C 
(62) Daniel R J 

(61) Smith W K 
Greer F" 

(64) Bellamy W C 
(71) Lyon N 
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(80) Lichtenstadt M L 
Looney C E 
(86) Craven C 
(92) Ladd I) B 
(99) Smillie I B 
Smith J M 
(loi) Proctor D 
(104) Harp R D 
(103) Stovall T P Jr 



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Old Oscar Pepper, Old Crow Whiskies 

and Choireflt Winen and Brandies 
Direct, Import^^d. 

11 an^ 13 Mitchell and 78 and «0 
Broad Streets. Tel 420. 

130 (106) Baugh S L 

131 (105) Cham|>eon M L 

132 (108) Craige F I 
'35 ('09) HoUingsworth J F 
136 (1 10) Smith J M 

L39 (113) Henderson R A 
Piedmont arr iutprxpofii. 

140 (112) Logan Carrie Steele, f 

141 (115) Williams J W 

142 Wiggins E C 
r42iMcClain W S 

Blount E M 
Fiowman J S 

43 (117) King C 

44 (116) Clark L W 

45 (119) Cunningham &Mattox 

46 (118) Alteneder C ' 

47 (121) McAfee & Son 

48 (120) Green J W & Bro 

49 (145) Campbell L, c 

50 (124) Cox R, c 

51 (147) Cargile S, c 

52 Ash worth \\\ c 

53 Richardson Margaret 

54 Bush George 

55 (149) Inman W, c 

56 (132) Pierce P, c 

Donahoe F A 

57 (151) Hearing J, c 
58(134) WestT, c 

59 (129) Goosby T & W H 

60 (136) Stafford M 

62 (138) O'Donahoe M 

63 (133) Dickson W M 

65 (^35) Rt)l^ Drt-w, c 

66 Jones L 

69 (145) Nolan L 

70 (144) McHenry W M 



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I 75 (149) ^'«'><'*'^ /- 

183 (159) l>oe C' 

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Hig IVthel A M K ihxurh 
187 Long \\ \\ . , 

( 1 71) H addon Victoria 
^^5 079) KfckVidgo IVter. < 
186 (181) Summers I'IomI. , 
1S8 (iSz^ Mitchell ]. / 
•190 Robinson Mar\. , 
19; (183) Vox Austin, r 
195^(185) Morgan Susan. <■ 
197 Arnt O. c- 
190 (1S3) BFowne 1 1\ < 

Br J I i))trrsr('ts, 
201 (1S9) Carter' C C. r 
302 (100) Butler. Slater \- Co. r 

203 White Edward. <" 

204 (192) Hagier H A c^- Co 
207 ^190 Adams Martha. <■ 

205 Cobb J M. . 

(194) Boldin J-M. r 

Jackson J H. r 
211 (191) ^^dvvards Dennis, c 
215 Reed (.xeorge. r 

/184) Adams John 

Adams Reuben 

217 ; 195) Mason C ( 

218 TerVell J R. . 

219 (197) P^urini Jebran 

220 (218) McDowell ^ Co 
22 J (199) Lum Sing 

222 (220) Alexander Elizabeth 
224 (222) Crawford B B 
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.\(2 24A)Ualkins J as, i 
Stewart Jane 
(226) Meeks ( )(iessia 

(229) (ir.iv I n, < 

(2 28) Mitrliell R 

(229) Starnes R A 
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(2^1) Nolan iMnatuiel, « 

(231) White H W, . 

(233) Hillsm.m Mahtilda. , 
(2]i,^) Ram J M, c 

(23 ^) Barnes |ulia, < 

(232) ^^ right "Mrs M C 

(237) Darden J as. < 

(234) Crumbly V II, ^' 
(236) Smith S J, /• 

(239) Jones Mary, < 

(238) I'iiomas JelT, <■ 

(235) l^oykin Frank, ^• 
Turner Mandy, < 

W ilson J, < 

(2;^S>) Ware Sam, < 

(2-:^9' Carter K H, r 

(240) Hall R A, <• 
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(241) (iolden cS: Parks, r 

(242) (;ate (; W, ,• 
(241) Flewellyn Henrietta 
Wilson Eliza. <• 

Lang James. <• 

(243) Henry R J. c 
(251) Dickson Slandy. < 
(245) Woods Lee, <- 
(240) F>dwards Stej)hen, r 

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277 (247) Smith Joseph W. r 
2K0 (244) Robertson James, r 
2Xr I)avis Ahre J, r 

2S3 Varant 

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284 (246) McCanst J, c 
288 (260) Allen Roht, c 
290 (262) fienson Florence, c 
29^ (269) HoIlingwr)rth R, r 
294 (266) Picken Louisa 
296 (268) r)errirut Nancy, f 
298 (270) Wikoxson (ieorge, c- 
300 (276) Simmr^ns Henry 

306 (285) Maund S J, r 

307 r>'0 Hollingsworth W R 

309 Powell \V M 

310 (288) North ington C N 
31 r (289) Watson R F 

312 (288) North ington C N 
Jac(:<on mU'r.*ecf^. 

314 Hampton P 

315 Delhridge A J, r 
^7 Louis I, f 

318 Smith H, r ■ 

321 Parks H. c 

322 .Stewart S, c 

328-338 Adanta Ptg Ink Wks 

331 King.C P, c 

335 (339) Mayfield R R 

339 (341) Reddmg W C, c 

340 Scott J M, r 

342 Clayton M, c 

343 McGee C, c 

344 Haughton W, c 
347 Bernard E. c 



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32>4 Soutb Broad Street. 



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Kaising and IDoving iuildingt, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

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Hill R, / 
Thomas Mrs A C 

HoUinsworth A M 
Beavers C W 
("owen H R 

Bu/.bee C K 
Jackson A J 
Glenn J 
Key B, r 
Pettv X, r* 
Wright A. r 
Dabner Junius, r 
Carter J C 

HoivelJ ivfernfd:*. 

(369) Miller R K 
Macey F R 
Thurman J 'I' * 
Langford J R 

(370) Jenkins A S 
Brooks J W 
Chaoman M E 

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BroflJey fomme)ice.<. 
Hill Mrs'^M A 
Hentschel G 
Blackman C C 
Garnett W P 
HoUinsworth A H 
lovce T W 
Baker R H 
Tucker M. t 
Robinson L, c. 

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Clothier^ and Furni^hei*^, 

Old No.. 17 and 19 Whitehall Street. 
New No., 1§ and 17. 

WHirKHAl.l,. irom W \:' A 
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2 (2) Wynne C (7 

3 (3) Kiseman vV Weil 
3^.(3{,) l.evenstein H J 

(ilenn l^'hoto vStoi k C^^ 
Rhett W H 
Atl Turn Verein 
Harper T ] 
Seidell C Vv 
Knoit J 1 
Carter .S: Bar pes 
Cunningham 'T D 

4 Ballard A G| 

5 (S) Lvnch lerrv 

6 (6) Nelson 'LD 
6J.(6i) Scott H F 

"Belyeu W S 
Couch I L 
Parker cS: Bav<zc 
Woolf \\' P 
larnacrin W C 
Bowie I A 
. Siblev R L 
McCalla W E 
McCalla C W 

7 Lester 6c Kuhn 
y^Lofton M E. r 

Reinhardt A M 

Hutcheson 6f Kev 

Ryan D W. , 

Chess and Checker Club 

Olmsted T C 

Cox J W' 

Johnson O L 

Warren J E ' 



S Rahn Bros 
() Caldwell Bros 
9A Brown W R 

Chattahoochee Canal Co 

10 Bollniann Wm 
Sam: Sam 

11 (13) Heinz ^: Sons 
1 2 I^awkes A K 

i;> (15) C\'irlton B C 
14^(14) Brown iS: Allen 

Keenev H (; c\: Co 

Hobbs A (i 
i4AKrwin H C 

Tinner \- Battle 

Adair J T 

^5-^7 (W-19) Kiseman liros 
16 (16) Vignaux B 
i6A(i6A)Rosser C V 

Inter-State Inv cS: Dvlmt Co 
■ Pattillo S H 

Myrtle House 

Rodgers R L 
iS (iS)\iav A O M cV Son 

21 (21) Erskine Wm 

22 lames Bank 
Delbridge A J, <• 

Alabiimn iutertect<. 

23 Capital City Bank 
Germania Loan & Bnkg Co 
Ballard Transfer Co 
Metropolitan Real Este Co 
Georgia Real Estate Co 

23^Angier Clarence 

Hall «Sc Hammond 
- Blalock &-Birney 
♦ Bothwell R L 

'Ga Loan, Savgs & Bnkg Co 

Cox A H 

'PHONE 067. 

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CenM Insurance Igcnts 

Pire, JAfe, Aofyiti^nt mnti 
PlalM Glmmm. 

14 S. Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA. 



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Weil cV (ioodwin 

Knights of Pythias WaW 
24 (24) Rosen feld A & .Son 
24^Crenshaw Bros 

Holland S G & Frank 

Connally E L 

Connally S N 

Nisbet K A 

I G O F 

California Wine Co 

Lumpkin, Cole & Stewart 

(27) Thornton J R 

Crankshaw J (' ^' Co 
27i(27A)Smith C W 
"Wright RE 

Smith B 

Whitney L(; 

O'Neill k Frazer 

Westmoreland &: Austin 

Haskell W W 

McAllister J T 

28 (28) Am Notion Co 
28^(28i)McEvoy J J 

Lakewood H Land Co 
Faber J J 

29 (29) Beall Egbert 

30 McKenzie & Riley 

31 (31) Freeman & Crankshaw 

32 (32) Daniel J C & I 
32^ Catchings B H 

33 (33) Force G H & A W 
33i(33*) Gilbert W L 

Longino T D 
West & Obear 
Manhattan Life Ins Co 
Kuhns J H 

34 Foote Abe & Bro 

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69 WHITEHALL STREET, 

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35 "Black R C 
36 Richards S P & Son 
Nunnally J H 




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37 Davis W M 

38 Muse G H & Co 

39 Plymouth Rock Pant Co 
39^W'hitehall Hotel 

40 Regenstein J <S: Co 
40^Adanta Photo Co 

Thornton J A 
Jones T H 
Rankin John Y & Co 
Stiles C A 
Odair & Shumate 
Atlanta Dental Depot 
Ashton Miss M L 
Dorsev, Brewster & Howell 
Jackson R G 

{41) Anderson J A & Co 
Simon & Frohsin 
43^Hinman T P 
Stewart G D 



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WHirEHALL—Cont'd 

Carlisle I C 

Bak H 

Burnev 1 A 

Wells J R 

Spence J T 

Cireene C C 

Hirsch Bros 

Ryan Mary . 

50' Doughertv I) H & Co 

(47) SteVens'j F ^: Bro 
47^La\vshe Er 

Carpenter L 10 

Carroll M C 
49 Kreisle Alexander 
49^(49^) Crichton E C 
" Walker M J 

51 (51) Pickert A F 

52 Kutz M 

53 O'Connor Mrs Kate 
54-56 Rich M c^^ Bro 
55 Stilson F I 
55^Martin E W 

"Quillian F A \ 

Collier John ^ 
5 6i Ed ward «S: Sm 

Morgan H Q* 

Thomas E Cf v 
57 Watts I R &:Co 
SS Crandall Chas 
58^National Copying Co 
61 The Ryan Co 
62-64 Keelv Co 
641(64^.) Crist M Z 

Adler M C 
63 Schumann T 
63^(63^) McRae F W 

Browne W G 



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Find EG 

Hunter inU>r sects. 
65 67 High J M & Co 

Mueller &: Kcempel 
66-68 Chambrn, Johns'n & Co 
66i(66A) Lichtenstadt M L 

Heery D O 

Morgan E T 

Central Pub House 

Robinson W C 

Foote M, Ir 

Downing W T 

Frazee Orion 

Borum Miss M A' 
. ■ Luther I) E 

Smith F P 

Thomas J P 

Bigby, Reed & Berry 

American Bai)tist Pub Co 

Presby Home Missons 

Smith D & Son 

Wrisjht James 

Hook S' 

Whatley Mrs C; 

Robinson Mrs L 

Bennett IS. 

69 Delkin A L cS: Co 
69^Smith Peter Francisco 

"Suttles J B 
Reid & Stewart' 
Judson Miss A 

70 (70) Hetzell Miss L 
7oA(7oJ)Link J A 

Wynne Miss N 
Anderson Mrs Maggie 

71 (71) Wheeler & W Mfg Co 

Archer W G 



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GLASS AND PAINTERS' SUPPLIES. 
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72 Hart Bros 

73 (73) Blue E W 
7 3^ Patterson G W 

Love Miss Bunnie 

Woman's C T Restaurant 
74-78 The Fair 

75 Grt Atlantic & ]*ac Tea Co 
77 (77) Haverty M 
77^White S S Dental Mfg Co 

Thompson J S 
79-81 (79-81) Gramling & Nis- 

bet 
80-90 Grant House 
80 Morgan D 
82 Pope George 
83^Lycett Wm 

Condon Mrs L 
84 (84) Snider L 
85-87 Wood & Beaumont S & 

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86 (86) Hightower J B & Co 
88 (88) Dohme Robert 
89-91 Douglas Thomas & Co 
90 Hoyt W R 

92 Lieberman & Kaufmann 

93 (93) Maier & Berkele 

94 Brown Charles 

95 Lynch Peter 

96 Steinhauer J F 
96MVolfe Mrs J E ^ 

97 Dittler Alex 

98 Memphi Stove Co 

99 Finley W R, c 
99^(99^) Giles J A 

1 00' (100) StovaU W W & Bro 
Id Benjamin & Cronheim 
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Crichton L M 

Divine K C 

Duncan J W 

Hood John W 
02 (102) Smith & Stoney 

Stovall O 
o2WanGoidtsnoven E 
Mitchell inter seeUi. 
04 (104) Glover W B & Co 
04^(104^) Woolley B M & Co 

Woolley B M 
06 (106) Lung Wo & Co 
06^(106^) Barker C D 
08 Sawtell T R 
10 (no) VitUir Charles 
lo^Gilbert E, c 

12 (112) Allen & Fuller 

13 (in) Kidwell Edward 
i3^Crandall Charles 
i4"'McNeal W S ' 

15 (113) Whitfield G M 

16 (116) Penamone Mrs M A 
i6Wacant 

17 Brosius Motor Sewijig Ma- 

chine Co 
117^(11 7 J) Merchants' Retail 
Commercial Agency 
Gilbert Miss Mary 
Peoples Party Paper 

118 West W H 
ii84Stieglitz Mrs J 

119 (119) Kenny C D 

121 (121) Standard S M Co 
i2 2^Bradv J D *^ 

123 Franklin H 

124 (124) Laird Wm 
1 2 4^ Vacant 
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WHITEHALL— Cont'd 

126 (126) Johnson W E 

127 Vacant 

128 Cottingham J I) 

130 (larrowOeorge 

131 Fugazzi A 

^33 {^33) Ratuschenberg C A 

& Co • 
135 Fincannon Mrs E L 
^ Heins A E 
Drucker R L 

137 Stowers T J & Co 

138 Woman's Christian Assn 

139 TyeJ cV'Co 

140 (140) Culberson O I 
i4o^Kinnair John 

Pope George 
142 (142) Mitchell I S 
i424(i42^)Proiit\ & Hodge 
Trinity are intersects. 

Trinity M E church 
148 (146) Bolton M 

153 (149) Roach Mrs E M 

154 (148) Allen N S 

155 (1492) Phillips Isaac 
156-158 (150-152) Brunswick H 
157 (15 Greenebaum Mrs H 
159 (153) Frank Harry 

161 (155) Root Mrs A A 

162 (156) Cook J H 

163 (157) Steinheimer David 

164 (158) Fischer Bros 
169 (161) Wathan Mrs R 
173 (165) Hopkins J R 
176. < 166) Hoyle W E 

Gamett intersects. 
177 (167) Ragsdale Grocery Co 
»73 (168) Kemp & Chambless 



179 (169) Westmoreland I, c 

180 (170) Beck (; & Co 

181 (171) Lee Hop . 
*^3 (»75) Morton F 

184 (174) Jackson Mrs K M 

189 (177) Riser J B 

190 (180) Ryan John 

191 (181) Logue J J 

»93 (183) Clark Mrs Ernestine 
195 (185) Ayers Mrs Sarah 
Ward Albert 

198 (188) Cunningham Mrs S C 

199 (189) Woodside R W 

203 (191) Steinheimer J 

204 (192) Dreyfus Henry 
207 (193) Abbey M E 
?o9 (195) Schuyler & Co 

210 (196) Jones (i M 

! bowdell R M 

Brotherton intersects. 

211 (197) Platten J J Jr 

212 (198) Caldwell J E 
217 (201) Platten J J Jr 

Formwalt commences. 

221 (203) Love T D 

222 (206) Johnson L C 
224 (208) Roberts G B 
227 (209) Kuhrt H G 

233 (213) Heinz Charles' 

LaFontaine E F 

234 (214) Stine Samuel 

236 (2 1 6) Schwamm Samuel 

237 (217) Love W A 

240 (218) Johnson O B 

241 (221) Cole S H 

245 (225) Liebman Isaac 
249 (227) Abraham August 
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Cooper commences. 

256 (230) Steiner Albert 

257 (233) Benjamm Morris 

261 (239) Haskell WW 

262 (234) Regenstein Julius 

265 (241) Albright Mrs M 

266 (242) Dodd Philip 

269 (243) Begg Wm 

270 (244) Rosenfeld Abram 
275 Lindsey G B 

S. Forsyth ends. 
Wiiidsor commences. 
-79 (239) Smith H L 
zH;^ Barnes J J 

287 Prince J T 

288 (254) Leak H F 

292 Thompson Edward 

293 (259) Morgan David 

294 (258) Thompson Edward 
296 (262) Magnan C L 

300 (266) Dilley O C 

301 (267) Steinheimer I 
304 (270) Williams C W 

307 (273) Kaufman Cha?les 

308 (274) Bradwell S D 

310 (276) Rhodes CH 

311 (277) Wellhouse Mrs F 

314 (278) Johnson W E 

315 (285) Gibbs Mrs W S 
318 (284) Dugger J M 
322 (288) Jones C S 

325 Simpkins W H 

Smith C E 

Waits J G 
328 (292) Clarke Morris 
332 (296) Davis Mrs M E 

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Direct Imported. 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
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344 
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349 
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367 
368 

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(297) Schane J 
(303) White R L 
(300) Daniel J S 
(306) Bloodworth J G 

(310) DeFoor J A 

(311) Ros5er E B 

(312) Doyle J H 

(319) Burgee H 

(320) Maddox J E 
(324) Richardson F M 
Robinson W C 
(329) Thomas L P 
(328) Berkele John 
{33^) Owen OF 
(333) Beermann H C 

Hood commences. 
382 Selig Emil 

384 Kleinert Mrs M 

385 (339) Daniel A G 

386 (346) Francis T H 

389 (343) Menko Mrs C 

390 (348) Perkins Mrs M V 

391 (345) Fuld Joseph 

394 (350) Owings J D 

395 (347) Robinson J A 

398 (352) Coursen Mrs V C 

399 (349) Hightower J D 

402 (354) Wiley A J 

403 (3l55) Bellah J D 

405 (357) Raleigh A M 

406 (356) Nipper J D 

409 (359) Greene C C 

410 (358) Jones W B . 

Smith commences. ' 

415 (3^3) Avers J F 

418 (360) Shelton T A 

419 (365) Dean CM 
425 (369) Dickson T T 



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426 (370) Motes C W 
429 (377) Ers'kine Wm 
432 (380) Smith O A 
438(386).Maddox J J 

Mc Daniel intersects. 

445 (389) McGaughey M C 

446 (390) Wells L C 
451 (397) DoddJ D 
457 (403) Borneman H 

Moore C E 
460 (404) Beaupre W R 

463 (405) Mitchell Mrs E J 

464 (406) Broomhead J S 

466 (408) Roan B H H 

467 (407) Wynn J O 
470 (410) Vacant 

475 (413) Johnson R J 

476 (412) Beall Egbert 

480 (416) Morris G W 

481 (419) Tinsley W R 
487 (425) O'Rear W H 

490 (4'26) Barker B 

491 (427) Shannen H J 

493 (429) McDonald W B & Co 

494 (430) Green R B 

Humphries intersects, 
497 (431) Helms C W^ 
500 (440) Brantly A H 
503 (433) Congregational Ch 
510 (446) Hood J M 

E T V& G R R intersects. 

519 (457) Francis J J 
524 (440) Cobler F A 
526 (448) pomby Henry, c 

530 (450) West Wash, c 

531 (465) Almand F M 
533 (465) Almand Mrs M B 



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562 

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576 

591 
592 

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604 

608 

612 

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Percival Mack S 
(469) Schmitz Wm 
(495) James C W 
(494) Heath A T 

Ocmulgee intersects. 
(497) Broughton P S 
(500) Brown H C ' 

(517) Vacant 

(518) McMaster M 
Mansfield Mrs P 
Loyd N S 

(520) Loyd & Bro 
(524) Gay Jas, c 
James Annie, c 
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WHITNEY'S ALLEY, from 
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WILLIAMS, from W Cain n 
to limits, 2 w of W Peachtree, 
dividing Wards 5 and 6. 
9 (13) Pappa John 
II (19) Meeks W H 
Martin J H 

19 (23) Pitts D L 

Cain intersects. 

20 (20) Smith H A 

21 (29) Pitchford Daniel 
24 (24) Dill W F 

28 (28) Morgan S G 
30 Bradley D T 

Harris intersects. 

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47 Griggs Delia, c 

48 (z^) Brown Phoebe, c 
52 Stovall Anna, c 

54 Hawkins G W 
64 Cooper J T 

Baker intersects. 

77 (65) Mehaffey R L 

78 McNabb N M 

81 (67) McDade W C 
85 (69) Hollis J B 

89 (71) Anderson E R 

90 (70) Mitchell L C 

Simpson interseet^. 

91 (73) Steele W F 
95 (75) Overby W H 

Powers ends. 
Alexander intersects. 
1 24 (84) Mathews D M 
136 (86) Taylor George 
140 (88) Clayton G A 
Mills intersects. 
148 (100) Schmid Frank 
154 (102) Patterson A M, agt 
Parker intersects. 

159 Martin George, r 

160 (105) Key A J 

162 Hill Reuben, c 

163 Teasley, c 

165 Williams Henry, c 

166 Greenman Jennie, c 

167 Massey Mary, c 

170 Thompson Wiley, c 

171 Arnold Watt, r 
Jackson George, c 

Hunnicutt intersects. 
Pine intersects. 
211 McWhorter W A 



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HEADQUARTERS FOR 

Oeals' ' — OUPPLIES. 

* 32K South Broad Street. 



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Raising and (Qovlng Buildingi, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special F/ cilities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21>^E. Alabeuna. 



Merritts ave intersects. 
254 Younge Ben, c 

Linden intersects. 
266 (338) Stroud Jack, c 
268 Glover Amanda, c 
270 Edwards Wm, c 
272 Logan Frank, c 
276 Holden Jake, c 
280 Rodgers Joseph, c 
284 Wright Armon, c 
Baptist church, c 
Nortli ave intersects. 



WILLOW, from North ave to 
Cox, I e of Courtland, Ward 
6. 
83 Mashburn J H 

112 Baugh Myra, c 

WILSON AVE. from W Peach- 
tree, n Atlanta, e to entrance 
of Piedmont Park. 



WILSON, Bellwood, 3 w of 
Walnut. 



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junction of Forsyth, s to lim- 
its. Ward 2 
12 (12) Meyer Leon 
16 (14) Jackson B W 

Woodward ave commences. 
19 Alsabrook J T 

2 1 Alsabrook J T, agt 

22 (30) Raysor J T 

23 (27) Robinson J L 
32 (34) Bostwick W H 

Shropshire I S 

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N«w No.. 16 and 17. 

WINDSOR— Cont'd 
38 (38) Wilkins Samuel 

41 (41) Boynton H A 

42 (42) Cerf Sophia 

49 (47) Bell J L 

50 (48) Thanhouser Samuel 
53 (49) Shropshire A J 

Raivson intf'rse<'t'<. 
63 (55) Franklin J H 
69 (59) Harper R T 

77 (65) Steele W B 

78 (66) Harrison J A 
83 (67) Law H M 

85 (69) Wiecking C W 

Eit^enia commences. 
89 (71) Tompkins N C ^ 
93 (83) Klein Daniel 
95 (85) Davidson J S 

Hoal commences. 
10 (86) Simmons Henrj^^ 
^3 (89) Coolidge F H 

14 (90) Crosthwait H C 

15 (91) Kennedy R L 
20 (94) Hudson R N 

[21 {93) Roberts Mrs I M 

25 Martin A W 

26 (98) Corbally J A 
Fulton coi7imencex. 

29 Carlisle J C 

32 Garrett W D " 

33 (loi) Parks T B 



(103) Thompson McK O 

(107) Ferris P S 

(104) Fischer H C 
(109) Johnson W A 
(106) Collins J D 

(108) Street G T 



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263 

266 

267 

270 

272 

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305 
308 

309 



Richardson intersects. 
(125) Hill C P 

Crumley intersects*. 
(122) Vacant 
Robinson Wm 
(130) Melton R J 
(132) Denton R W • 
(134) Hutchinson John 
(136) Waters V 

Glenn intersects. 
Revere Tilda, r . 
Taylor John, r 
Myers Carrie, c' 
Long Frank 
Hines Hugh, c 
Robertson Wm, c 
Roberts Washington, f 
Ingram Tom, c 
Peacock Henry, c 
Osborn Betsy, r 
Hill Frony, c 
Page Henry, c 
Gaither Alice, i' 
Gunn Frank c 
Nunn Anna, c 
Carter Charity r 
Jackson Emanuel, r 
Harris Sim, c 
Vacant 
Criddle Adran, c 

Georgia A ve intersects. 
(166) Stanley Mrs Mary 
Cherry Mrs Julia 

Eads commences. 
Robertson Allen, c 
(275) Pear W E 
Peek Gillie, c 
(277) Kadel Adam 



'PHONE 667. 



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Cen'l Insurance Igents 

Fire, TAfe» Aceident and 

Plate C?2a«s. 

14 S. Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA. 



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3^3 (279) Patterson G VV 

317 (281) Harris S D 

318 (280) Dennard B U 
321 (283) Willis B F 

327 (285) Wood I A 

328 Laird A L 

331 (287) Carrie AM 

Stephens commenee.'^. 
344 Meigs Mrs M ¥ 

(335) McClay Charles 

(325) Yarber R C 

(327) Boatfield f S 

(331) Horton WT 

{333) <-'ates S M 

WINSHIP ALLEY, between 
Spring and VV^illiams, from 
Cain to Harris. 



WOOD, from E Fair to Wood- 
ward ave re of Thomas. 



WOODSON, from Love s to 
Little, I e of Garden. 



WOODWARD AVE, from 
Windsor e to city limits, i s 
of E Fair, Wards 2 and 3. 
5 (5) Arnold W E 
9 (7) Thompson G B 
10 (8) Harbin W M 

13 (9) Brooks J W 

14 (10) Hogue F W 

17 (11) Cock W J 

18 Connally S N 

Cooper intersects. 
29 (25) Pomeroy Mrs A L 
39 (33) Myers R M 



A.L.DELKIN&CO. 

69 WHITEHALL STREET, 

WHOLESALE AID RETAIL ^ 

JEWELERS. 

Largest Stock, Lowest Prices. 



TRIFOb - F/HNT - CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Lead,l-CoatCirr:ageFainti,&c 

Factory, 375 Decatur Street. 

OflSce 56-58 Marietta Street. 



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41 (35) McClellan Mrs H E 

(42) Beall Mrs S C 
45 (37) Vacant 
49 (39) Bloodworth T P H 

Formwalt intersects. 
62 Mayo Miss Fannie A 
66 (47) Grenville Mrs M 
70 (49) Salmon Mrs L A 

Pryor intersects. 
96 (60) Dawkins Elihu, r 

Loyd intersects. 
98 Larkin Daniel, c 
102 (88) Washington Geo, r 
104 (90) Redden Mary, r 

106 (90) Camp James, c 

107 (96) Porter Major, c 
109 (95) Houston C M 

no (96) Johnson Edmond, <r 
113 (loi) Hammonds Charlotte 
115 (10 1 ) Arnold Edna, c 
Pulliam intersects. 
Washingto7i intersects. 
171 (141) McKinnon B W 

Thornton E C 
i73(i43)TilleyJR 
174 (146) Spencer A J 
177 (145) EddinsCW 
179 (147) Miller Frank W 

Crew intersects. 
195 (167) Lyon R M 
201 (169) Burkett IE' . 



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203 (171) Joiner W H 
210 Netherland S W 

Capitol ave intersects. 
229 (193) Allen A M 
233 (195) Brady Mrs Kate 




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HANUFACTURKB OF HOME-MADE 

SADDLES AND HARNESS 

9 Kontli Brond SU. 



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WOODWARD AVK— Cont'd 
2u (196) Whitlock Mrs M T 
2:^S (200) Mollis Mrs H J 

239 (201) Rawlins T G 

240 (202) Moses H F 
242 (2o5) Mallard W J 

245 (205) Cottingham W S 

246 (208) Butt J M 

249 (207) Huft* L W 

250 (212) Kinsf James R 
266 Bates L f " 

Frufier ijiteraects. 

268 {222) Hall T O 

269 Xesbit D, r 

272 Jordan J T 

273 (229) Williams J A • 

Bakers al cojnmetWi\<. 

274 Holmes A B 
276 Alsabrook J L 

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283 (237) Vacant 
287 Johnson Z. i' 

Terry intersects. 
2 go Lewis J W 
291 (245) Johnson J, c 
Martin inter seet<. 

259) Watters J C 

260) Donald M, c 

264) Stangel Mrs M E 

265) Elder H J 

266) White T P 

267) Hill M' M 

268) Lafitte J A 
271) Kelther H 
275) Grady J, <r 

278) Catley M A 

279) Akers N, c 
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344 (290) 'I'ennyson M, c 

345 (289) Bradlniry Miss M H 

Wenicr conunencc^. 

348 (292) Hurt Mrs M A 

349 (291) Wells A V 

350 (294) Conroy M M 

355 (293) Furse M 

Comialh/ infen^ect.'^. 
Kclh/ intcrsceti*. 

380 Edens Rev J F 

381 {:,2s) Young R C 
384-386 (324) Palmer J W 
385 (325) Wellborn | V 

389 (327) Oaar W S 

390 (326) Dooly James 
395 (335) Wynn Minnie, i- 

397 {339) Dennison Napoleon, r 
Hill intersects. 

421 (337) Mosteller J L 
Shelor Mrs S A 

422 {^^S) Goddard G C 

423 Hubbard J T 
425 Blount H P 
429 (341) Watts W B 

Holland J H 

433 (345) Bloodworth H R 

434 (344) Hanes Mrs Ella 
437 (347) Collie J T 

439 (349) Toy J H 

443 (35 Kershaw Mrs E 

444 (350) McDonald J T 

447 (353) Vacant 

448 (352) Glazier F H 

453 (355) Polk J K 

454 (354) Gaar M D 

455 (357)Belden WJ 
458 (356) Land M W 

Grant intersects. 



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WINDOW AND ORNAMENTAL 6LASS, 

PiiDt, Vanilsb, Sash, Whitei ash I other Brushes 

39 8. Broad St, Atlamta. 



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474 (63) Gaar T A 

479 (3^') Kt^t'ney H (i 

4'^3 ^3^3) I*arkins F A 

493 (S^7) Uethea 1, S 

498 (370) Dorsey W H H 

(iullatt intersecU. 
502 Turner W M 
507 F^yron M H 
530 Roiiser V G 

Th Oman in f/'r.'<(Tfi< . 
547 Fears J T 
549 Pittman A H 

Wood ends. 
553 Pittman F A 
5S4-556 Hill Samuel 

556 Wright R H 

557 Howell A F 
560 Vacant 

563 Terry G W 

564 Meagley W E 
568 Vernoy James 
571 ?*Ioss A J 

Park ave intersects. 

S Boulevard inter secti^. 
658-660 Wallace A W 
672 Vacant 

Berean Ave intersectie. 
676 Henck Mrs Linna 
680 Mann W B 
682 Lanier LaFayette 
684 Newman Lefferts 
686 Stone Leonidas 
688 Huey E B 
690 Blankenship W D 
692 McCord J C W 
694 Richardson J W 



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98 WHITEHALL STREET. 

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OVERTON & DUNN; 

Coal and Wnoil 

Wooldridge, Jellico and Bon Air. 

DRY STOVE WOOD ALWAYS ON HAND. 

7»rdi 91, dA. S. B St. Tel. 804.. 

696 Chaney W O 
698 Vinson W W 

Borne intersect^. 
700 Willbanks L G 
702 Boles W D S 
704 Moore W I 

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Georgia R R. 
Bradbury John 
Summers Mrs Mary 
Reeder D J 
McDaniel G W 
Burdell Stephen, c 
Pendley J H 
Kelley W I 
Hay R W 
Stovall S C 
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55 (i) McDonald G W 

56 (2) Timms J A 

57 (3) Vaughn H S 

58 (8) Rogers R B 

61 (3) Johnson A L 

62 (9) Pharr W E 

63 (4) Eubanks C G 

64 (10) Cannon W J 

67 (5) Pittman Joef 

68 (11) Herndon M A 

69 (6) Mote R 

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12 (14) Valentine G 

13 Smith J 
Durett R 

15 (19) Whale V L 

16 (6) Kitchens J V 
20 Smith J 

Duggan r W 
2 I Carlisle I 

Pitman ti allei/ c<niunp)i(r.<. . 
25 Hentschel C 

30 (zS) Turner H M, c 

31 (27) Perrine \v H 
35 (29) Grogan F M 

41 Buchannan J F 

42 Crofit Wm, r 
42 Allen S, i- 

47 Keirsey Wm 
Brown B A 

48 McMillan ] ¥ 
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Jones T E 
52 Simmons R, r 
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56 Mason Allen, c 

57 Hall M A 

60 Marshall H C 

62 Bradwell Rev C L 

Gai'treU commences. 
72 (70) Hollingsworth J W 

75 Vacant 

76 Hunt 1. C 
Pope Wm L 

78 80 Adams J 

81 (75) McWilliams C; W 

84 Hunt S J 

88 Goode Cicero C 

92 Bowles M 

Tanner ends. 
95 Robert W H 

(liamherlain commences. 

Edijewooil are inter.<ect'i. 

1 14 Berge Charlotte, r 

115 (103) Baker Mrs Ella 

116 Jackson Mildred, r 

1 17 Vacant 

118 (106) Nesbitt Armstice, r 
122 (108) Alexander James, r 
124 (108) Wolfork Hilliard. r 
126 (no) Higginbotham W H,c 

131 (III) Stafford Thos, r 

132 (112) Smith Mary, r 



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Jellico. Lehiffh, 
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REAR OF 72 MARIETTA STREET, 

Telephone 1420. ATLANTA. GA. 




Torbstt & McCasdless, Agts., 



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Flans ud Specifieitions M for aU Classes of BoMsgs, Botii hblic and Frifate 

ON SHORT NOTICE, 



SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 

^AN REFER to some of the first people of Atlanta for whom 
^^ I have erected buildings. 

^F YOU wish to put $3000.00 in a building, I can make your 
il^ plans so that the building will not rost you over the amount 
you wish to put in it. 

IKLL of those I have built for are my references. 




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COAL 



GAPAGiTYOF MINES. 406ARSPER DAY. 



We Sell to ManufsLcturers \]id Dealers, at Mine Prices, 

Car Lots of Steam and Lump 

JELLICO, COAL CREEK, LEHIGH, HORSE CREEK, 
CORONA BLOCKTON. ETNA & ST. CLAIR, 

BLACKSMITH COAL. 
ETNA, POCAHONTAS AND SODDY COKE. 

Anthracite Coal in Car Load Lots or by the Cargo. 



WILSON COAL & LUMBER CO. 



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ATLANTA, GA. 



We Sell to Dealers all Grades of 
Dry or Green Rough 

LUMBER, 

Can Cut to Order as Wanted; 

ALSO. 

Yellow Pine Flooring; Ceiling. 

Weather Boards, Sheathing, 
Laths, Shingles, 

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Druggists' asd Stationers' Rubber Goods { 

Syringes, Combs. Toys, Bands, Erasers, Etc. 



Atlanta Rubber Co. 

, 20 Dee.ttor Street, 

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L/L/ etc., bought of Willingham & Co. will give satisfaction. 

Aaron Lewis, printer Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills 
" N J, wks Boyd and Baxter's, r Poplar, Bellwood 

Abbett see also Abbott. 

" Charles E, elk A & W P Ry, bds 423 W Peters 



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Abbett Henry M, sec and tres A iS: W P R R & W Ry of Ala 
r 423 W Peters 
" J Appier, elk A & W P Ry, bds 423 W Peters 
Abbey Mason E, r 207 Whitehall 

Richard M, trav agt, r 200 Boulevard 

Simon A, steam Fitter Thomson Houston Elect Co, bds 211 

Highland ave 
Theodore H, bkkpr Hirshberg Paper Co, r 426 Luckie 
Abbot Emily H, teacher Atl University, r same 
Abbott, see also Abbett 

" Benj F (B F & C A Abbott), bds Leyden House 
Abbott B F & C A (Benj F & Charles A), lawyers 54 and 55 
Gate City Bank bldg 
Charles A (B F & C A Abbott), bds Leyden House 
Charles E, lab, bds 148 Hunnicutt 
Henry L, policeman, r 341 W Peters 
Jojin, mch H P Ashley 
John N, policeman, r 169 Nelson 
[ A, brakeman W & A R R 
} T, mach E T V & G R R 
Lewis L, mdse broker, r 113 S Pryor 
Milo H (Abbott & MqKinley), r 145 Walton 

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AbDott Theodore F, mach, r 148 Hunnicutt 

Mrs T F, dressmkr 14S Hunnicutt, r same 
Warren T, fireman R & D R R, r 18 Cornelia 
A 1.1- "^^^ ^ (Treadwell, Abbott & Co), r 263 Washington 
Abbott & McKinley (Milo H Abbott, Charles A McKinley) 

furniture 150, 152 Marietta 
Abel William G, mngr Atl Gas Light Co, r 42 W Baker 
Abercrombie Hugh, bkkpr Thos M Clarke & Co, r 240 Capitol ave 
' J A Brewer, sol Home Friendly Socy, bds 1240 Capitol ave 
Thomas A, elk J M High &: Co, r 256 E Hunter 
Wm J. depty U S marshal, r 59 Leonard 
Aberli Ernest, elk G Sahli bds 482 Decatur 
Abernathy Drucilla E (wid W C), r 11 Ponder ave 

James L (J L &: T N Abernathy, r 276 Decatur 
J L & T N (James L, Thomas N), drugs 276 Decatur 
" Mannmg L, c Ik J H Mashburn & Son, r E Harris cor 

Courtland 
•• Rose (wid John H), r Gordon, W E ' 

^" Thomas N (J L & T N Abernathy), r 276 Decatur 
Abies Cornelius, briekmason, r 106 Walker 
Ablowirh Luie, elk Yalovitz & Wienburg, bds 180 Decatur 
Abnett Joshua, i\ lab, r 73 N Bell 



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General Agent. 

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Abraham August, dry goods 10 W Mitchell, r 249 Whitehall 

Abrahams Robert, r, lab, r 25 Eraser 

Abrams Benjamin H, ins agt 67 Old Capitol bldg, 

'\ Charles, r, carp, r 8 Jennings al 

'' Elliott (wid James), r Grove nr Dillon 

Academy of the Immaculate Conception, Sister M 

Rose, Superior, S6 Loyd (See adv page loi) 
Acee Henrv E, r, wks Sou Spr Bed Co, bds 309 Fulton 
Acker, see also Aker.^' 

'V Ed H, yard master R & D R R, r 318 E Fair 
" Edward W, cond R & D R R, bds 318 E Fair 
" - James W, car elk R & D R R. r 323 E Fair i 
Ackerman Abram K (Ackerman & Co), r 11 Highland ave 
Charles E, carp, r 29 Chamberlain 
" Fannie (wid — ), bds 266 Whitehall 

A IL -^^^'"'^^ i^'' "'^^^' ^-epairer Atl Gas Light Co, r 26 Dunlap 
Ackerman & Co (A K Ackerman), mdse brokers 4914 E Ala 
Ackers Hiram E, elk The Fair, r i Railroad ave, W E 
Acree Daniel H, woodwkr Van Winkle Gin & Mach Co 

Jas, wks Fulton Bag & Cotton Mill, bds Berean ave n w 
• " cor Prisock al 
'' O liver, r brakema n E T V & G R R, r 38 Ldwe 

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Acree Thomas, r Prisock al bet Factory and Savannah 

'' Thos P, carp Pittman & Co, r Berean ave n w cor Prisock al 
*' Wm M, wks Woodward Lumber Co, r 166 S Boulevard 
Acton Thos M, res 146 W^ Baker 

" G R, elk Treas R & D R R, bds Belmont Hotel 
Adair Augustus D (A D Adair & McCarty Bros), and pres 
Furman Farm Improvement Co and Mer & Mech 
: Bnkg & Loan Co, and v-pres Atlanta Trust & Bnkg 
Co, r 94 Washington 

Adair A D & McCarty Bros, (A D Adair, Geo w & | d 
McCarty), fertilizer mfs, 23^ W Ala 
Boseman, gardner, r Sells ave, W E 
Charles J, conductor R & D R R, bds 203 E Hunter 
Ernest, elk J T Adair, r 14^ Whitehall 
Miss Eva B, typewriter, bds 31 Hood 
Adair Forrest, with G W Adair, r Park, W^ E 

'' George, wks Leiberman & Kaufman, bds Sells ave, W E 
Adair George W, Real Estate and Renting Agt, and pres 
Brosius Motor S M Co, 14 E Wall, r 441 W Peters 
Green B, capitalist, 23^ W Alabama, r 97 Washington 
Isaac, c, fireman A & W P R R, r n s Solomon. 3 e of Eraser 
John L, grocer, Hampton, nr Dillon, r same 

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Adair John S, carp Beutell Mfg Co, r Hampton, nr Dillon 

John T, grocer, 29 Ivy, r 14J Whitehall 1 ' 

Jordan L, elk J L Adair, r Hampton, nr Dillon 

Joseph, lab, bds Sells ave, WE 

Mary (^jid James A), r 31 Hood ' 

Rufus L, carrier post office 

Walter L, (Hollingsworth & Adair), bds 297 W Peters 

Wm L, elk C B Walker, bds 31 Hood 
Adams Absalom Q, foreman W & A R R, r 294 Luckie 

Belle (wid John), bds 99 Rhodes 

Caesar, c, wks Atl Gas Co, bds 40 Newton 

Charles, bds 10 W Ellis 

Charles, r, whitewasher, r 10 Johnson 

Charles, eng Met St Ry, r ss Pope, Sou Atl 
Adams Charles H, (Adams Engineering Co) & Southern Mngr 
Marinette Iron Wks Co, bds Talmadge House 

Charles T, carp, res Hampton nr Emmett 

C C, coupler C R R 

C E, elk Treasurer R & D R R, bds 28 Houston 

D, wks Trowbridge Furn Co 

Ed, c, butler T J Simmons, res rear 216 Peachtree 

Edward, finisher May M antel Co, res High, N Atlanta 

Hunnicutt & Belllngratli CoJw»^,s.?«Sf^\r^{£i; 

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E F, mach R c\: I) R R slu)))s, r (lartrell s w cor Antoinette 
Frank, <■, helper F: T V & (; R R. r Ira nr Arthur 
Frank K, Adams Engineering Co. rnis 37 Poplar 
F L. elk Treasurer R & I) R R, i)ds 28 Houston 
Ceorge \V, r, janitor Pullman Car Co. r 194 Simimit ave 
Henry, r, wks R & I) shops 
Henry, c, driver M Rich t\: P>ro I 

Adams Henry P, supt C C Club, r same I 
Adams House, Mrs Laura E Wright proV, 28 '> . E Wall (See adv ; 
Adams Hugh B (Brown &: Adams), hds 78 Piedmont ave 
," Jacob, r 135 Capitol ave \ 

James A, mngr Adams Spring Motor Co, r 133 W Fair 
Jasper W, policeman, r 78 Vonge | 

Joel S, wks F^xpo Mills, bds Expo grounds 
John, wks Atl Glass Co 
John, i-, sec hand C P R R, r 128 Cray 
John, f, ptr Markham House barber shop 
John, f, car]), r 20 Moore 
John, i; lab, r near Clark University 
jg*r " John G, carp, bds ^xpo grds 

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'• John P, elk John M Miller, bds 4 Reed 1 
" Joseph, r, carp, r 187 Connally ' 

*' Joseph J, machinist, r n s Neal, cor Norrell 

Josei^h P, com agt Pullman Car Co, r 95 E Ellis 

Josephus, cook T G Healey, r rear 89 Ivy 

Julius L, (Adams Engineering Co), bds 37 Poplar 

Julius W, (Adams Engineering Co), r Brooklyn, N Y 

J Q, retoucher C W Motes, rms 34 Whitehall 

J T, cond W & A R R 

Laura F2 (wid A C), dressmkr 19 F: Mitchell, r same 

Mrs Leonora E, r 357 Marietta i 

Levi M, wks Trowbridge Furn Co, bds 184 Simpson 

Lorenzo 0, grocer 98 E Pine, r same i 

Miss Lula, elk D H Dougherty & Co 

Mary C, (wid M S) bds Bellwood 

Mary K (wid John), r 78 Piedmont ave 

Mose, r, draymn E S Nace 

Rev Myron W, prof Greek & Latin Ad University, r same 

Nancy (wid Robert), r Expo grnds j 

Oscar, trunk mkr Lieberman & Kaufmann 

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" Percy H, lawyer cV secy Atl Invest & Bnkg Co, S^4 Marietta, 

bds 97 N Pryor 
' Peter, r, lab E T V & (; R R, r 213 Glenn 
•' P C, switchman W & A R R 
•' Reuben, r, messenger post office, r 215 Wheat 
*' Robert E, elk Central R R, r 252 Houston 
" Roderick W, r, brickmason, r 128 Milliard 
'• Samuel W, ship elk The Dresden, bds 77 Ivy 
" Sant'ord, c, wks Atl Glass Co, bds [94 Gate City 
Adams Sewing Machine Spring Motor Co, John Neal 
pres, O C Pope secty, J A Adams mngr and supt, 2^ 
"^ N Broad 

'• Miss Susan, chambermaid H Lewis, bds 170 Jackson 

" Theodore D, elk Keely Co, bds 46 E Mitchell 

" Wm, moulder Atl Mach Wks, r 63 Martin 

•' Wm, r, wks Sou Agrl Wks, r Tumlin bet Fifth and Gallatin 

" Wm r, supt Ga Ice Co, bds 98 E Pine 

'' W D, brakeman R & D R R, bds 29 Riggers 

" W Dent, sten E T V & G R R, bds 80 Nelson 
A damson A A, fireman Met St Ry Co 

" Charles Q (Adamson «& Son), r 339 Hill 



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Adamson Charles Q, Jr, elk Adamson & Son, bds 339 Hill 
Frances (wid I Y), bds 18 Kelly ! 

Judge C, eng W <fc A R R, r 135 W Hunter 
L C, reporter Constitution, bds 63 S Pryor 
Thomas C, painting, r 58 Rawson 
Wm E (Adamson & Son), bds 339 Hill 
Wm R, janitor State Capitol, r 280 Simpson 
'' ik Son (Charles Q & Wm E), groceries 306 Decatur 
^^ Adcock Jane (wid Geo), res 57 Irwin 
^^j Addie Thomas, wks Southern Furniture Co 
Addington H W, brakeman W^ & A R R 

Addison A Franklin, weaver Expo Mills, bds 5 Old Expo Grounds 
" John, oiler Expo Mills, r 5 Old Expo Grounds 
" J Thomas, wks Expo Mills,, bds 5 Old Expo Grounds 
r^^ Adkin Miss Fannie, teacher Walker Street School 
Nm^ Adkina, see aUo Atkhu*. 

Elijah, r. lab, r Herbert, cor Mary 
Homer, wks Expo Mills, bds 84 Old Expo Grounds 
James, wks Expo Mills, bds 84 Old Expo Grounds 
John T, wks Expo Mills, r 84 Old Expo Grounds 
Thomas A, engraver J P Stevens & Bro, r 64 Martin 
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** John L, peddler, r 24 Kennesaw al 

Adler Charles, elk Keely Co, bds Brunswick House 

Miss Hennie, milliner The Fair, bds Brunswick House 
Isaac, trav Wellhouse & Sons, r Norfolk, Va 
Morris, pres Atl Paper Co, r 311 Washington 
Moses, r 34 Merritt's ave 

Adler Mrs M C, dressmaker 62^ Whitehall, r 34 Merritt's ave 

Adolphus Miss Jennip, asst bkpr M^ Rich & Bros, bds e end Hav- 
good, S Atl 1 , ' 

'* Joseph, physician, r e end Haygood, S Atl 

Aenchbacher Gotlieb A, trav agt, r 18 Gilmer t 

G M, wks R&D shops, bds 102 Boulevard 

John L, moulder Winship Mach Co, r 292 Simpson 

W T, fireman E T V & G R R , 

iEtna Life Insurance Co, C C Thorn agt, 30 old Capitol bldg 

Agnew John, c, wks Atl & McPherson B Co, r (28) Turners al 

*' Wm H, trav Russell & Co 
Agricola Miss Bettie, comp Constitution Job Ofiice, r 78 Luckie 
'' Chas P, wks mail dept Constitution, bds 27 Connally 
Frederick, helper Wingate & Mell, bds Wm D Barker 
Herman A, baker, r 27 Connally 



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Agricola Herman A Jr, comp Constitution, bds 27 Connally 
Ahern M, tinner Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co 
Aids Henry M, meat mrkt 92 Foundry, bds 224 Vine 
^iiken, see aho Akins 

Charles F, grocer 231 Greens Ferry ave, r same 

Elizabeth (wid Richard), r 28 Ella (Jamestown) 

Franklin M C, brickmason, r 36 iiitonewall 

George, comp Journal, bds Weinmeister Hotel 

John, r, butler E P McBurney 

John C, bds iii Nelson j 

Lucy (wid Henry), r 215 Luckie ^^ 

Robert N (R N Aiken & Co), r 63 S Piyor 

R N & Co, (Robt N Aiken), furniture, 530 Decatur 

Wm F, brickmason, bds 36 Stonewall 

, elk W U T Co, bds 2 1 W Cain 

Aisquith Jefferson D, elk E T V & G R R, bds 75 NelM)n 
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Frank P H, whol grain, meal and feed 30 S Forsyth, r 

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James K P, elk F H P Akers, r DeKalb co 
James S, with S M Inman & Co, res 85 S Forsyth 



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" Noah, c, drayman, res 333 Woodward ave 
" Wm, c, lab, bds :^:^^ Woodward ave 
'• Wm, c, lab, bds 84 Walker 
" Wm T, lumber, res 251 W Peachtree 
Akin L A, carp Pittman & Co 
Akins, see also Aiken 

Daniel W, carp Beutell Mfg Co, bds 17 Schofield 
Henry, (Echols & Akins), r 20 Adams 
Lewis A, carp, r 358 Haynes 
Milton M, carp M Lipes, r 24 McAfee 
Wesley, c, wks Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills 
Akridge Miss Bertie, asst bkkpr J Regenstein & Co, r 225 E Hunter 
' B, ^, wks Southern Furniture Co 
D, c, wks Southern Furniture Co 
George W, grocer 131 Chapel, r 133 Chapel 
Rich, c, wks E S Nace 
Sarah J (wid Thaddeus B), r 225 E Hunter 
'' Thomas J, elk G W Akridge, bds 133 Chapel 
'' W, r, wks Southern Furniture Co 
Albany Venetian Blind Co, J H McCammon agt, 20 Decatur 
Albert Anna V (wid J R), boarding 71 W Mitchell 

ITWATER CARRIAGE CO.rrrnVehlcles of Every Description. 

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Albert Charles, c, packer Union Mill & W Co, r Jackson nr Ab- 
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" John J, wks Phoenix Planing Mill, r 568 Edgewood ave 
" Joseph T, drayman, bds 568 Edgewood ave 
" Robert, carp Winship Mach Co, bds 172 Luckie 
'' Samuel C, wks A C St Ry Co, bds 568 Edgewood ave 
'' Wm, lawyer, bds 568 Edgewood ave 

Albert Wm J, Lawyer 2}4 Ma rietta, r 104 E Ellis 

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" John, c wks A H Benning, r 188 Harris 

" Mina (wid Albert), r 265 Whitehall 
Albright Samuel A, Plumber steam & gas fitter, 8 W Wall 

bds 265 Whitehall (See p 16) 
Albright Walter H (Albright & Brower), r ^6 Gilmer 

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Albright Wm, c wks Phoenix R E Co, r 215 Randolph 

*' Wm A, cashr Taylor Transfer Co bds 265 Whitehall 
Albright & Brower (Wm H Albright, Alonzo W Brower j, 

carpenters and builders 45 E Hunter (See p 78) 
Alcorn Charles, glass blower, bds H W Martin i 
Aleut Wm L, baggagemstr E T V (Sc G R R, bds 203 E Hunter 
Aldred Edgar E, elk Jno Neal, bds 105 E Ellis | ^ 
Aldredge John, elk Lester & Kuhrt, r 472 Boulevard 
\' Nancy (wid Stephen), bds 5 Garnett 
*' • P (wid James), r 181 W Fair 
Alexander Alec, optician, r 6 Warren Place 

Amos, c, wks C R R, r w s C R R, s of W Hunter 
• Anna C (wid J M), r 10 Cherry i 

A, c, lab Collins Brick Co ' ^ 

Beryl, c, waiter Markham House, bds 294 Wheat 
Charles, finisher Boyd & Baxter, r 12 W Third 
C, i\ packer Soutliern Furniture Co 
•* David, r, wks F E Block, r 272 Bass 
Dennis, f, lab, r Sims s of Calhoun 
Elizabeth, c, eating house 222 Wheat, r same 
E P, elk claim dept R & D R R 
Fleming, r, lab, bds 367 Rawson 

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" George W, r, porter W & A R R 

Henry, .c, brakeman«G P R R, r 24 John 

Jlenry, r, restaurant 141 Piedmont ave, r same 

henry, r, porter S S Moore, r 9 Trinity eve I 
Alexander Hooper, (Alexander & Lam"bdin), r 43 Walton 

Isaiah H, c, shoemkr, r 34 Reed 

James, r, lab, r 122 Yonge 

James, c, wks Met St Ry Co 

James A, c, stone mason, r 45 Reed 
Alexander James F, physician no Peachtree, r same 

James O, carp, bds 66 Hayden , . 

John, r 445 Luckie • ^ 

John, c, lab, bds 415 Terry 

John, Jr, r, meat market 308 Eraser, r 415 Terry 

John T, roadmaster G P Ry, bds 445 Luckie 

John W, capitalist, r 265 Cooper 

Jones, c, lab, bds 335 Ira 

Joseph, c, wks Ga Frt Depot, r 101 Tatnall 

Joseph, r, lab, r 13 Fain ; 

Joseph, r, lab Collins Brick Go ' 

*• Joseph A, treas Clifton Chem & Ph osph Co, r 497 Peachtree 

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Alexander Junius, r, ksmith 22 bl Exchange pi, r 175 Ran- 
dolph (See p 52) 
•' J M & Co (JuHus M Alexander, Adolph J Brady), hardware 

3-5 S Broad 
'' Lee, bds 86 Markham 

• Louis, r, driver Black ik Mcintosh, r (6) W Fair ^^ 

• Major, r, driver C D Kenny, r 435 Richardson 
•' Mark, i; brickmason. r 22 Nunnally al 

'- Marsh, c, wks G P Ry shops, bds 24 John 

'' Martin, r, shoemkr A J Delbridge, r 27 Hammock pi 

• Mary, rms S6 Markham 

• Montezuma, c, wks E T V & G shops r, (335) Ira 
•• M, wks Atl Glass Co 

•• Nelson, r, cook, r 47 George 

•' Philip, bkkpr Dobbs Lumber Co, r 6 Warren PI 

" Richard, i\ lab, r 13 Fain 

•• Richard, r, lab, r Oliver, Reynoldstown 

*• Robert, c, lab, r 22 Boaz 

•• Russell, r, wks Kimball House 

•' Salina M (wid Joseph M), r West End ave, cor Ashby, W E 

" Sandy, c, lab, r 32 Lowe 



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Alexander Sarah A (wid Aaron), r 223 Peachtree 

'' Solomon, wks Thom-Hous Electric Co, bds 50 E Hunter 

" Simon M, minister A M E church, bds 170 Rhodes 

" Wm, cond A C St Ry Co, bds 103 Walton 

" Wm, r, brakeman A & F Ry 

" Wm D, eng Y M C A, r 133 Edge wood ave 

•' W, c, porter Eiseman Bros, 

Alexander & Lambdin (Hooper Alexander & W WLambdin), 

lawyers 2014 E Ala 
Alford Alonzo E, jeweler F J Stilson, bds 155 Whitehall 
" Dorcas (wid James), bds 193 Pine 
" Mrs Jane, wks Mrs M E Jones, bds same - 
•• Joseph S, coll Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, r 19 Irwin, W E 
Alfred John S, ins agt 67 Old Capitol bldg 

Algee, Stevens & Co (W E Algee, R G & W N Stevens), railway 
supplies 23 W Alabama 
'' Wm E (Algee, Stevens & Co), r 456 Courtland ave 
Allan Wm R, trav F E Block, r 398 Jackson 
Allday Allie W, foreman W S McNeal, r 69 McAfee 
Allen Abner, car repr C R R, bds 6 Hill 
Adelia B (wid Martin A), r 6 Henry 
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Alexander M, lumber, r 229 Woodward ave 
Alexander S, asst bkkpr Maier & Berkele, r 2^}4 Wall 
Alfred, i\ drjver H Crankshaw & Co, r 16 Hill's ave 
Ambrose, i% porter C R R, bds 47 Davis 
Amos, f, lab, r 69 Hilliard 
Andrew, r, carp, r 439 Houston 
Armer G, elk J F Beck, bds 979 Marietta 
Augustus, c, wks A C S Ry Co, r 10 Gate City 
Augustus G, eng Phoenix Planing Mills, bds 69 Bartow 
Bailey, <-, lab, r 122 Magnolia 
Bartow F, r 249 E Hunter 
Belle (wid John S A), r 41 Eugenia 

Benjamin M, helper C A Conklin,Mfg Co, bds 137^ Whitehall 
Bird, carp, bds 192 Gilmer 
B R, elk Maier & Berkele, bds 171 Loyd 
Calhoun H, tinner C A Conklin Mfg Co, bds 150 Mills 
Charles, bds 61 Fitzgerald 

Charles, i\ wks Sou Furniture Co, bds 439 Houston 
Charles, c lab, r 27 Welton Place 
Charles, S eng E T V & G R R, r 229 Cooper 
Charlton, eng, bds 69 Bartow 

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Allen C, c wks Atl Cotton Seed Oil Mill, r Edgewood 

David^r butler Mrs M E Janes, r rear 73 Wheat 

Difckson E, bds G W Allen 

Dock, plumber Beach Bros 

Ed, wks Sou Agcl Wks 

Ed, c fireman A & W P Ry ? 

Edward, optician A K Hawkes, bds Talmadge House 

Edward, c porter W F Brown 

Edward, c, cook Ballard House 

Elisha T, elk Jno H Foster, r 132 Capitol ave : 

Emanuel, r, lab, bds e s Arthur, Bellwood 

Emma (wid Seaborn), r 365 Martin 

Eugene A (wid Cullen), dressmkr, r 20 Alexander * 

E J, collector H E Hooks & Co, r Hunter, cor Moore 

Mrs Fanny, r 72 Culver 

Frank, helper Beach Bros i 

Frank, r, porter M B Avary & Co, r rear 41 Ivy 
Allen Frederick L, mangr city circ Herald, r 2^9 Forest ave 
" F D, elk R M S, r 8oIvy 

F J, elk R M S, r East Point, Ga 

George, c, yardman F E Bunker & Co i 

George P, pres Sou Trav Assh, r 422 Luckie 



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'' George W, carp, r 34 Borne 
" George W Jr, elk R D Mann & Co, bds 6 Hill 
^' George W D, fireman C R R, r 16 Kennedy 
•' Georgia, c, teacher, bds 102 Randolph 
" Green, c, lab, bds Tilda Allen, c 
•' Green, wks Frank Golden 
'' G W,' wks Phcenix Planing Mills 

*' Henrietta (wid S W), bds Ponder ave nw cor \V Fifth 
" Henry, r, waiter Ballard House 

James, tel operator, rms 25 Haynes 

James, c, waiter Kimball House, r 83 Maple 
" James, c, porter Sou Belting Co, r South Atl 

James, c, carp, bds 429 Houston 
" James A, mach G P Ry, bds 605 Marietta 
" James C (Allen & Boylan), r 37 Moore 
*' James, pressman, bds 6 Henry 
;; James M meat mrkt Bellwood ave, Bellwood, r 18 South 

Jane (wid Early), r (17) Savannah 
•• Jerome B, elk, bds 6 Hill 

John, r, lab, bds Tilda Allen, c 

John, r, switchman Ga R R 

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Allen John, r, butler i,^^ Whitehall ~ ^ 

'* John, r, office boy J C Johnson, bds W Mitchell 
John D (Brown & Allen), rms 42 Luckie 
John S, wks Boyd & Baxter's, res 17 South 
John T, pressman Constitution, bds 6 Henry 
Jos, wks Fulton B & C Mills, res McDonald s w cor Badger 
Joseph B, watchman State Capitol, r 76 E Hunter 
Joseph W, car insp A & W P Ry, bds 6 Hill 
Juha J, c, sch tchr, bds 102 Randolph 
Levi, c, lab, r 90 Green's Ferry ave 

Hnnl'l P "^)t f^"^^ u^^'^' ^ ^ ^°' ^^^ 500 Whitehall 

Lionel R, elk J B Hightower, res 243 Courtland ave 

Luke, c, carp, res 429 Houston 

Mansfield, r, lab, res e s Arthur 6 n North ave Bellwood 

Mary A (wid Wm B), boarding 605 Marietta ""^"^^^ 

Mattie (wid Thomas), bds 31 Mays 

Nathan, c, lab, r 44 Henry 

Nathan S (Allen & Fuller), r 154 Whitehall 

Noble W, elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, bds 41 Eugenia 

Riley, ., wks AS Marshall, r rear (95) E Harris ^ 

Robbie, r, r 69 Chapel 

i^obert, c (Allen, Winston & Tate), r 167 Clarke 

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Allen Robert, c, porter Un Pass depot, r 288 Wheat 

Samuel, c, lab, r 42 Yonge 

Sanford J, real estate, r 294 E Hunter 

Miss Sarah A, r 153 Marietta 

Stanley P (Atl Rubber Co), bds 326 Spring j 

S, mach Atl Mach Wks, bds 358 E Fair 

Thomas, brakeman E T V & G R R, bds 96 S Pryor 

T V, r 69 Bartow 

Van, t- lab, r rear 128 Capitol ave ; 

Capt Vassar, prof science and english Ga Milty Institute, r 
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Miss Willette, director Kindergarten Capitol Female College, 
r 30 Capitol Square j 

Wm, lab, r 44 Factory al 

Wm H, elk Eyan Co, bds Whitehall Hotel j 

Wm J, wks Woodward Lum Co, r 13 Strong 

Wm M, c shoemaker A J Delbridge, r 186 E Cain 

Wilson, rmolder Collins Brick Co, bds 23 Gray 

Winston & Tate, c (Robert Allen, Charles K Winston, Wil- 
lis Tate), Grocers 155 Martin 

Woodson W, elk S Wilkins, bds 38 Windsor 

Wyatt, 6, well cleaner, r 4 Richpaond 



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** & Boylan (James C Allen, Joseph Boylan), dry goods, 58 
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Allen & Fuller (Nathan S Allen, Albert Fuller), 

sylvania Bread & Cake Bakery 112 Whitehall 
AUensworth Jas H (Goldsmith & Allensworth), r 84 fiedmont ave 
** Mrs J F, matron Nal Surg Institute i 198 Edgewood ave 
'' John, physicn Natl Surg Institute, r 198 EdgeA^ood ave 
Alley Alvin R, physician, r 83 W Peachtree 

Henry T, ins agt 20 Gate City Bnk Bldg, bds (32) Church 
John A, elk J P Northrop, bds 83 W Peachtree 
M Jane (wid Harvey C), r 64 McDaniel 
Allingham Henry, brickmason, r 36 Hills ave 
AUison see also Ellison. 

George, wks W & A R R, bds 91 Foundry 
James, c, wks O A Smith, r 175 Fort 
Mattie, (wid George) r 91 Foundry 
Samuel <:, lab C R R 
Wm, wks W & A R R, bds 91 Foundry 
W Sanford, c, wks C R R, r 15 Jenning's al 
Allred Joseph C, groceries 183 Decatur, r same 
Allum Erwin, c, brickmason, Newnans Alley 



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Almand Augustus W, baggage master R & D R ;r, bds 147 
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Benjamin F, grocer Flat Shoals rd, r same 
Elizabeth (wid James T), r 17 Berean ave 
Floyd, c, porter Glenn Photo Stock Co, bds 323 Piedmont av 
Francis M, mngr Mrs M B Almand, r 531 Whitehall 
Hayden C, foreman cloth dept Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills 
r 15 Boulevard ' 

H A, fireman R & D R R, r 9 Boulevard 
Joe, r, wks E T V & G R R, r e s Garibaldi 8 s Glenn 
Mrs Mattie B, grocer 533 Whitehall, r 531 same 
M Webb, elk J M High & Co, rms 43^ E Alabama 
Patrick, c, porter, bds 323 Piedmont ave 
Tabitha F, (wid Augustus W), bds 200 S Boulevard 
W, wks Southern Furniture Co 

Alonco Joseph, stripper A L Cuesta, bds 70 Cone 

Alsabrook Annie A, grocer 91 Martin, r 276 Woodward ave 
♦' James L, salesman Burgess & Co, r 276 Woodward ave 
John T, agt, grocer 21 Windsor, r 19 same 
Wm M, fireman A F D, bds 137^ Whitehall 

Alston Allen P, c\ grocer 124 E Cain, f same 
J M, sten, bds 45 Luckie 




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Alston Lemuel J, bds 332 Courtland ave 

" Robert H, opr W U Tel Co, r 77 Hood 
Thomas C, opr W U Tel Co, bds 77 Hood 
Thomas H, printer Journal, r Decatur, Ga 
Altemus Zeb, wks Atlanta Glass Co 

Alteneder Charles, meat market 146 Wheat, r 119 Piedmont ave 
Altman George, wks Lowe Cracker Co 
Alvarez Dan P (Grant & Alvarez), rms 38^ N Forsyth 
Alverson Oliver A, motorman, A & McP St Ry Co, r 248 Cooper 
Ambler Arthur B, elk elm dept R & D R R, bds 37 Church 

'* C E, bds 211 Linden 
. " Mrs Emma M, r 211 Linden 
Ambrose Fanny A (wid Thomas), r 14 Ella (Jamestown) 

'' Fred, elk Thos Miller, bds 14 Ella 

Araerican Baptist Pub Society, F J Paxon mngr, 665^ 
Whitehall 

Anierican Casualty Ins and Security Co of Baltimore 
Torbett & McCandless state agts, Melone, Canty & 
Rawson local agts 

American Employers Liability Ins Co New York 

^ James T McAllister genl agt, 271^ Whitehall (See adv) 
American Fire Ins Co, C C Thorn agt, 30 Old Capitol Bldg 



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American Investment Co, R U Hardeman, pres; T j 
Wesley, secty ; 45 N Broad 
" Match Co, C W Dupre, pres; J C Hallman, vice-pres ; S A 
Anderson, secty and treas ; Bellwood ave, nr G P Ry 
American Mutual Loan and Investment Co The, J A 
Anderson, pres; RC Irwin, secty; H A Beach, cor 
secty; Frank McKnight, dir of agncs; 39^2 N Broad 
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American Notion Co (T N Winslow), dry and fancy goodj^ 
. and notions, 28 Whitehall 

American Press Assn'n, R C Wilson mgr, 77 S Pryor 

'' Refrigerating Transit Co, R B Chase So E agt, 2414 E Ala 

American Trust and Banking Co, incorporated, $500,000. 

surp $35,000; James W English, pres; J R Gray, 
vice-pres; Edward S Pratt, cashr ; Jno K Ottley, asst 
cashr; 10 Decatur 
Amis Fannie T (wid Thomas P), r 389 Courtland ave 
Amnions Walter W (Davis & Ammons) 

Amorous Martin F, genl mngr Atl Lumber Co, r 251 Ivy 
Amos Alex, r, wks Haltiwanger Taylor Drug Co, r rear 150 Smith 
'* Augustus, r, billiard hall 5 Ivy, r (233) Boulevard ^ 

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Jacob, c, driver Hallman & Hightower, r rear 165 Peachtree 



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Miles, i; mortarmkr, r 343 Boulevard 
Moses, r, elk Butler, Slater & Co, bds 343 Wheat 
Amosson Henry, sausagemkr, r 103 Luckie 
Ancroha O, wks Atl Glass Co ' 

Anderson Aaron, ^, janitor Storr's School 

Albert, c, lab, r Clarke, bet Connally and Martin 
Allen, r, lab, r 264 W Hunter 
Alonzo, c (Anderson & Wright), r 324 Marietta 
Andrew, c wks Chas Brown, soda water, r 248 Irwin 
Andrew J, eng W & A R R, r 99 Rhodes J 
Andrew L, bkkpr Atl Carriage Hdw Co, bds 309 Houston 
Andrew V, elk J A Anderson & Co, bds 41 Luckie 
Augusta's M, r 20 Haynes - | 

'Ben, meat mkt, bds 36 Howell i 

Ben, c plasterer, r 285 Fulton 
Benjamin, c wks Kimball House 
Brag, c fireman A & W P Ry 
Charles, c wks Capital City Club 
Chuck (Anderson Wylie & Jones), r Marietta Ga 



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Clifford L (King & Anderson), r 740 Peachtree 

C, fireman Met St Ry Co 

Daniel, r, r 204 W Mitchell 

David, r, carp, res rear 314 Eraser / 

Edgar R. ladderman No i H & L Co, r 89 Williams 

Edward, r, lab, res rear 62 Houston 

Rev Emory F, res 309 Houston 

Eugene, r, stamper P O, bds 29 Hammock PI 

E, c, wks J C Peck & Son 

Floyd, r, wks Ga R R, r 108 Fort 

Frank P, eng W & A R R, res 108 Powers 

George, c, lab, r 8 Fain 

George D, stenographer, bds 4 Kimball 

George W, elk Auditor's office R & D R R, bds 248 Ivy 

George W, wks Exp Mills, bds 60 old Expo grds^ 

Gustav, elk McKeldin & Carlton, r 78 Eraser 

Harvey L, sec and treas Lowry Hdw Co, bds 309 Houston 

Miss Hattie. artist, bds 20 Havnes 

Henry, c, wks Collins Brick Co, r 47 Lambert 

Henry C, bds 99 Rhodes 

Hubert W, galley boy Evening Herald, bds 20 Haynes 



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" Miss Ida, wks Atl Paper Co, bds 253 Marietta 

Isaac, {■, wks E T V & G shops, r Gate City nr Fletcher 
James, bds 148 W Peters 
" James, r, brickmason, bds Isaac Anderson, S Atl 
Anderson James A, asst city attorney and pres Amer Mut 
Loan & Inv Co., 231^ Whitehall, r 255 Courtland ave 
" James A (J A Anderson & Co), bds Kimball House 
Anderson James H, sale and renting agt 245 Marietta, bds 
170 Ivy 
James R, painter W & A R R, r Anderson, N Atl 
Jane E (wid John), bds 94 Capitol ave 
Jesse J, foremn C R R, r 92 Crew " . 

John, wks C P Byrd 
John, f, hackmn, r 119 Tatnall 

John D, carp Woodward Lumber Co, r 27 Lampkin 
John M, wks Brosius Motor S M Co, bds 16 McDaniel 
Joseph, wks So Agrl Wks 

J H, moulder Van Winkle G & M Co, r 13 Strong 
Joseph H, r, tailor G M Howell, bds 119 Tatnall 
Joseph P, hoseman Eng Co No 5, r 26 Bailey 
Julius, r, wks Paris House, r 74^ Decatur 



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Lowe) clothing and gents furnishing goods, 41 White- 
hall 
J F, elk W & A R R ^ 

T V, brakeman W & A R R 
J'W, c, lab Hightower, Rankin & Co 
Miss Kate, wks Atlanta Paper Co, bds 253 Marietta 
Lemuel B, attorney, r 133^. Decatur ! 

Miss Maggie, dressmaking, 70^ Whitehall, r same 
Marcellus M, elk W W Anderson & Co, bds 23 Bailey- 
Mary, wks Selig Mnfr Co, r 207 Marietta s 
Matilda (wid James A), r 60 Old Expo grds j 
Nat P, r 37 Daniel :. 
N T, elk J M High & Co 

Paul, bds 20 Haynes ] 

P, wks Brosius Motor S M Co i 

Rebeca L (wid John H), r 248 Ivy ■ 

Reuben B, elk W O French, r 36 Howell '• 

Richmond, r, wks Schoen Bros, r 20 N Butler 
Robert, wks E T V & G shops, bds 333 Windsor 
Robert, i\ wks Collins Brick Yard, bds 42 Emmett 
Robert A, r 89 Capitol ave 

THE JAS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATERIVHEEL 

Runs Successfully Under Bach Water. 13 East Alabama Street. 

Anderson Robert G, moulder Technological Inst, r 392 Luckie 
Robert L, eng W & A R R, bds 108 Powers 
Roger, f, driver, bds 108 Elliott 
Roscoe, student, bds 7034 Whitehall • 

Sanford, c, rockmason, r 486 E Fair 
Sarah (wid James), bds ^^ Cone 

Saxon A, secy and treas Am Match Co, r Marietta, Ga 
Sheppnrd, r, driver Anderson, Wylie & Jones 
Susan J (wid Archie), bds 236 W Fair • 

Thos H, c, drayman, r 420 Martin 
Thomas, c, waiter Ballard House 
Thomas J, carp, r 187 Fowler 
Thomas W, bds 192 Haynes 
William, wks A C St Rv Co, r 159 Marietta 
Wm, cond W & A R R, rms 72 Tatnall 
Wm A, trav Gramling-Spalding-Kingsberry Co, rms 62 Crew 
Rev Wm D, pastor jst M E Ch, r 4 Kimball 
Wm H, jeweler Freeman & Crankshaw% bds 290 Crew 
Wm P (W W Anderson & Son), r 108 Stonewall 
Wm W (WW Anderson & Son), r 23 Bailey 
Willis, d", city lab, r rear 20 Battle 



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Wylie & Wm O Jones), livery feed and sale stable, 
39-41 S Forsyth 
'' W W & Son (Wm W Anderson, Wm P Anderson), grocers 

131 W Peters 
" & Wright, r, (Alonzo' Anderson, Ranee Wright), grocers 
324 Marietta 
Andre W^m E, printer Glenn Photo Stock Co, r Ashby, W E 
Andrews Abner, r, porter Torbett & McCandless, bds James near 
Whitehall, WE 
Albert J, bds G W Andrews 

Allen, ^, fireman E T V & G R R, r 208 Gate City 
Alexander, c, driver A J Miller & Son, bds Green 
Ansley B, ins agt, rms 94 Nelson 
Asa B, carp, r 80 McDaniel 

A Edward, draper J M High & Co, bds 45 Trinity ave 
Bud, f, drayman A H Benning 

Charles, r, wks C R R | 

Charles P, trav, r 31 Cooper 
Mrs D B, dressmkr, r Prisock al se cor Factory 
Edward T, elk T H Miller & Bro, bds 26 Ella, Jamestown 
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rews Frederick, elk T H Miller & Bro, bds 5 Beermann 
George L, c, wks J H Spilman, r 312 Piedmont ave 
George W, mach R & D R R, r Badger bet Pearl & Lee 
Grant, r, mail carrier W E P O, bds James nr Whitehall W E 
Harry W, printer Atl Label press, bds 80 Mc Daniel 
Jacob, c, wks E T V & G Shops, r Ira nr Arthur 
James T, elk Mrs R L Howell, bds 205 Greens Ferry ave 
James W, brickmason, r 57 Randolph 
John, r, firemn A & W P R R 

John r, janitor Wallace Street School, r 7 Johnson j 
John W, comp Journal, bds 185 S Pryor • '. 

J E, elk W & A R R, bds 15 Houston * V- 

J Weaker, elk Purtell & Appier, bds E Atlanta * ^ * 

J W, barber P B Walker, r country 
Mason, wks Fulton C & B faety, bds 57 Randolph 
Miss M F, teacher 7th grade Crew st school, r 289 S Pryor 
Perry, artesian well borer, bds Folsom's Restaurant 
Peter, fruits, 13 Marietta, r same 
Philip, r, butler Mrs L N Horsey 

Robert, wks Atl Glass Co ' 

Robert, r, wks W E Martin 
Robert D, r, lab, r 314 Piedmont ave 





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Squire, c, drayman, r 27 Victoria 

Thomas, r, coaler E T V & G R R, r Ira nr Arthur 

Thomas N, blower Atl Glass Co, r 3 Hayden 

VVm, r, head waiter Kimball House, r 302 Fulton 

Wm, brvckmason appr, bds 57 Randolph 

VVm, r, wks C R R 

Wm, r, lab, r 76 Jennings al 

Wm J, agt Atlanta Art Union, bds 147 Piedmont ave 
Andruss Erskine S, eng E T V c\: CJ R R, r 348 Formwalt 
Angel John, wks Boyd & Baxter, bds Poplar, Bellwood 

'' J C, elk R c^^ D R R, rms 5 Baltimore PI 
Angler Clarence, Life & Acdt Ins& Fertilizers 23^ Whitehall, 
r 267 W Peachtree 

Angler Clarence & WUmer, Fire Ins 23^ Whitehall 

Angler Edgar A, Asst U S Attorney, r 30 Capital Square 

• '; N L, (wid N), r 97 Ca})itol Square 

** Wilmer, (Clarence & Wilmer Angier) bds 97 Capitol Square 

Anglm John S, elk Kattenhorn & Day, r S^ W Harris 
" J Robert, re-toucher M M & W H Gardner 
** Oliver G, watchman City Stables, r 119 Gray 

Ankrum Thomas, r r 361 Rawson 

THE MUTD AL LIFE INSURANCE CO.!*- YHSiS§£}:"Ai;f.W»^"'- 

— OF NE W YORK. ( No. 10 Decatur St. ' 

Annis Charles S, foreman W^ Bensel, r 15 Parker 
Aiisky sec alio Endey. 

Ansley Bros, (Cliff W Will S k Ed P) real estate, 12 E Ala 
" CliffW, (Ansley Bros) r Decatur Cia 

C L, eng E T V & G R R 

David H, elk Sou Ry & S S Assn, r Decatur. Ga 

Ed P (Ansley Bros), r Decatur, Ga 
Ansley Frank J (Enterprise Lumber Co), r Decatur, Ga 
Ansley Harry C, asst auditor R (S: D R R, r 108 Pullium 
" Jack, r, r43i Richardson 

James W, carp, r 124 Mills 

Jesse A (W O Cory & Co), r Decatur, Ga 

Lemuel H, elk W E Johnson, r 57 Tatnall 

Marion M, elk C A Cowles, r Decatur, Ga 

W\\\ S (Ansley Bros), r Decatur, Ga 
Anthony Adolphus, r, drayman, r 259 Martin 

James N, eng G.P R R, r 182 Luckie 

Joseph L, bailiff Superior court 

J R Jr, sten A C St Ry Co, bds 54 N Forsyth 

Minnie W (wid Mark) cashr James O Wynn, bds 267 
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Scott, c, drayman, r 17 Gunby 

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Anton Robert, r, janitor Y M C A; r 72 Jenkins 
Antonini Sigmondo, wks Sou Te/ra Cotta wks 
Apperson Charles B, carp, bds 148 Logan 

" Jacob A, carp, r 148 Logan 

'• W Burrell, plumber, bds 148 Logan 
Appier C Edward, (Purtell & Appier), bds 35 W Baker 
Appier David W, (Appier & O'Keefe) r 35 W Baker 

" Wm W, elk Perdue & Egleston, bds 35 W Baker 
Appier & O'Keefe, (D W Appier L E O'Keefe) real estate 6 

W Wall 
Appleton George, carp, r 79 Kennesaw al ^ 

Applewhite Henry T, trav Kellam & Moore, r 158 Trinity ave 
Appling Henry B, butcher, r 33 Beach 

" L, wks Southern Furniture Co 
Apsom George, lab, r 62 Lowe 

Aram Frederick, operator W U Tel Co, bds 73 Wheat 
Arbeely F J, (wid Francis J) r 382 Jackson 

" James W, carp, res 228 Linden 
Archer Abram, c, lab C R R yds, r 11 C R R 

" Calvin C, mach R & DR R, r 240 Decatur 

•• C, wks Trowbridge Furn Co, 

" Jeff, fireman R & D R R, r 240 Decatur 

AGENTS ROSIN DROSS KINDLING I "".^.l"*? 'Sfaf^v^J'p^^' 

CHEAPEST AND BEST.- ( •>< e. Alabama rr. - f. o. box 14s. 

Archer Lewis, mach R & D R R, r 21 Hill 

" Miss May L, elk Maier & Berkele, bds 78 Tatnall 
Archer MrsN N, propr Grant House 80-90 Whitehall 
Wm G, books 71 Whitehall, r 115 Powers 
Wm P, asst bkkpr Arnold, Carlton & McCord, bds 78 Tatnall 
■ Wm T, r 78 Tatnall 
" W J, del elk Sou Ex Co 
Archibald Alexander, painter, r 165 Hunnicutt 
" Mrs Ellen, r 165 Hunnicutt 

*' George, r, switchman ETV&GRR • 

'* Robert N, confectioner, 172 Peachtree, r same 
Ard Charles E, student, bds 177 Alexander 
Ardis Julia E, (wid John S) r Irwin cor Garner W E 

" Payson L, bkkpr S F Knapp, bds Irwin cor Garner W E 
Ardmore The, Mr and Mrs John N Fain proprs. Family Hotel, 

108 S Forsyth 
Arents Frank C, gardner, r 24 Henry 
Argo Arthur H, elk R M S, r 98 Smith 
A, fireman Met St Ry Co 

Miss Dicey E, seamstress, bds Mrs S C Bond ^ 

Mary M (wid Newton T), bds 98 Smith 
Thomas E, opr W U Tel Co, bds 103 Washington 



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Arkwright Preston S, with Reid & Brandon, bds 120 S Pryor 
Arlington Hotel, L M Dimick prop, 85 Marietta (See p co ) 
Armacost Calvin A, cond E T V & G R R, bds 70 Smith 
Armat S B, elk treas R & D R R, bds 92 S Pryor 
Armfield Hance G, wks Gossett tV Gibson, r 343 E Hunter 
Armistead Charles, wks (ia R R, bds 3 Hill v . 

James M, rockmason, bds 17 Bush < ' 

Jeff, night supt Atl Cot Seed 0^1 Co, r Edgewood 
Joel C, elk G R R warehouse, r 429 E Fair 
Joseph, with J M Hi-gh & Co 
Mrs Lizzie, r"5 Johnson 
Armistead Thomas M, tax receiver Fulton Co, r 74 Nelson 
• " Virgil T, brickmason, r 17 Bush 
" Wm D, carp B F Longley. r 216 Old Wheat 
"• Wm E, wks Gholstin Spring Bed Co, bds 429 E Fair 
Armour Edward, c, wks Atl C St R R Co, r 18 Spinksal 
" Elbert, r, driver, r 3 Grady 
" Isham, r. lab, r 6 Alabaster al 
Armour Packing Co, W J Connelly mngr, western dressed 

beef and provisions. 46-48 E Alabama 
Armstrong A E, (wid James (;), r 11 Baltimore pi 
_ ''Berry H, r, wks W & A R R, r rear 189 Randolph ? 

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Armstrong Catharine J (wid James D), rms 151 Crew 
'\ Elizabeth (wid Wm), r 204 Crew 
Frank, bds 204 Crew 

Granville, t. driver Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, 
Harry, elk J M High & Co, r'Hammond, W E 
James, c, wks So Phosphate Wks 
Armstrong James S, station master U P D r 32 Capitol ave 
♦' Miss Jennie, asst prineipal Girl's High School, bds 204 Crew 
John P (Robert S Armstrong & Bro), bds 115 W Harris 
John W, dairy farm, r w s VV^ Peaehtree, s w cor Emmett 
Joseph, eol R O Campbell, r 103 W Harris 
Lizzie (wid Wm), r 196 Crew 
" Robert S (Robert S Armstrong & Bro), r 115 W Harris 
Armstrong Robert S & Bro (Robet S and John P), brokers, 
, old iron, metals and seeond-hand machinery, rear 232 
' Marietta 
Wm, c, drayman Randall Bros 

Wm E, c, waiter Kimball House, r rear 173 E Simpson 
Wm J, barber The Markham,|r 6^ Davi» 
Armstrong William S, prof anatomy and clinical surgery 
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Arnheim Ida (wid Louis), bds 203 Whitehall 
Arnold Alexander, r, wks Gate City G L Co, r 366 Chapel 
*' Anderson, r, grader, r 39 Dora 
'* Asbury, c, wks Met St Ry Co 

'♦ A Milton, fireman E T V & G R R, bds 728 S Pryor 
" Burgess, r, briekmason, r 69 Hilliard 
" Burrell, c, lab Sou Furniture Co, bds 116 Terry 
'' Carlton & McCord, (C H Arnold, J K P Carlton, H Y 
McCord) whol grocers, 20 E Alabama 
Arnold Charles, Seety Piedmont Expo Co and Ga Fence Co, 
r 161 Pulliam 
Charles H, (Arnold, Carlton & McCord) r 202 Washington 
Frank A, lawyer, 6g}4 E Ala 
Garnet, elk D H Dougherty & Co, r 656 S Pryor 
Rev George, pastor Loyd St M E Ch, r 66 Rawson 
George, r, lab Atl Water Works, r 77 Richmond 
Givens W, grocer, 703 Marietta, r 1 1 South 
Givens W Sr, elk A W Farlinger, bds 11 South 
Harriet, wks Excelsior Fcty, r Elizabeth nr Mary 
Henry J, demist 167^ Decatur, bds 49 Logan 



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Arnold H H, r, porter r 116 Terry 
*' James, ^, lab, r 80 W Pine 

" James M, carp DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, r countrv 
" James W, r, wks G P Ry, r 18 State . ' 

" Jefferson, ^, janitor Police Hdqurs, 
" John, f, wks Atl Glass Co, bds 12 Gate City 
'' John, r, lab, bds 116 Terry 

" John S, elk G W Arnold, r Ponder ave n w cor W 3d 
*' Joseph, c, blksmith VanWinkle G & M Co, r 52 Johnson 
" J M, r, porter Pullman Car Co 
** Mrs Laura J, r 517 S Pryor 
Arnold Lia^vrence W, asst mngr Southern Shorthand & Busi- 
ness College, rms 70^ Peaehtree 

Lowry P (Arnold & Arnold), bds 340 Courtland 

Monroe, r, janitor police hdqrs, r 28 Logan 

M C, Cj lab, r 24 Lowes al 

Park, r, lab Atl I.umber Co 
Arnold Reuben, (Arno^& Arnold), r 340 Courtland ' 
" Reuben R (Arnold 5^=9\rnold), bds 340 Courtland 

Robert, r, wks J C Peck & Son, r S Atl 

Spencer, r, baskt mkr, r 223 Crew 

S W, r, wks Ga Frt Depot, r 296 Whitehall 




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Walter E, agt [olinson c\: Johnson, r 5 Woodward ave 
Walter V. elk R .^' D R R. bds .^40 Luckie 
Watt, c, lab, r 171 Williams 
Wiley N, elk R .V 1) R R. r 340 Liu kie 
Wm, i\ lab Atl Glass Co, r Elizabeth nr Mary 
Wm, r, wks (;a R R. r 262 Whitehall 
Wm. c, lab bds 55 Rhodes 
Wm H, elk R \I S, r 451 Houston 
Arnold W M, upholsterer and j)atentee safe and extension table, 
6 Trinity ave, r iS Mark ham (See p 10) 
'* Wm R, mach, r Ashby 
Wm r, carp, r 137 McAlee 
W A. wks Brosius Motor S M.Co 
W B, supt Atl Cot Seed Oil Mills, r Edgewood 
W Lowry, lawyer, bds 340 C:ourtland ave 
'' W V, elk geni i)ass dept R .V I) R R, bds ^o Euckie 
Arnold & Arnold, (Reuben. Reuben R & Lowry P Arnold). 

lawyers 15^ N Broad 
Arnold's Safe & Extension Table, W M Arnold prop 6 

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Arnt Daniel, {, lab, r 197 Wheat 



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Arp Lee, i\ fireman (^ P R R, r 2 Johnson 

Arrington George P, wks Phoenix Planing Mill, r 189 Gilmer 

'' James M, cond W ^S: A R R. r countrv 1 

Arrowood Silas W, phys, r 30 Ella. Jamestown ' 

Arthur Anderson, t, butler W B Lowe, r rear 513 Peachtree 
' 'M C (;, eng E T V & G R R, bds 35 Garibaldi 

" John, c, buder B H Hill, r rear 308 Peachtree I 

Art West, r, wks Atl Cot Seed Oil Mills, r Edgewood I 
Artz William, sawyer Abe Foote & Bro ' 

A r wood Annie (wid John), r 37 W Peters ' 

" Cecil C. collector, r 51 Leonard 

y Thomas W, watchman W & A R R, bds 32 Pratt 
Asbury Charles, r, lab Atl Glass Co. r near Clark University 

'' Charles, c. painter, bds John Asburv 

" Chas W. trav J J Falvey & Co. r 310 E Fair 
/' T Darden, storekpr C R R, bds 237 Whitehall 

•' Green, c, driver Anderson, Wylie & Jones, bds e s State, 5 
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Asbury James E, c, physician (Asbury, Taylor & Co), r 176 

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Jas T, r, wks ColHns Brick Co, bds e s State, 5 n Marietta 

John, r, lab, r Sims, s of Calhoun 



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Asbury, Taylor & Co (James E Asbury, George I) Taylor, 
John T Srhell), drugs and physns 184 W Mitchell 

" Thomas, c, lab Collins Brick Co, res State, 5 n Marietta 

'' Warren, r, cook Mrs L B Swift 

-' Wm, i, lab, r near Clark University 
Ash Robert, i\ blacksmith, r 288 W Mitchell 

•• Wm, r, porter W V Nicolson, bds 288 W Mitchell 
Asher Wm C, physician, r 108 Simpson ^ 

•' W T, bds 108 Simp on 
Ashford Charles, r, porter (> M Whitfield 

" Wm r, r 258 Peachtree 

" W Henry, elk I.owry Hardware Co, bds 34 Pulliam 
Ashler Samuel, mattress mkr, r 348 North ave 
Ashley Claude L, eng (ia F'Jec Light Co, bds 252 Capitol ave 

" E W, elk Chamberlin Johnson & Co, bds The Ardmore 

•' Fannie B (wid Col W P N), bds 252 Capitol ave 
• Henry P, Mach 25-27 S Forsyth, bds 252 Capitol ave 
Ashton J, paver Thomas Bradlev, bds Highland ave, nr Hampton 

" J A, brakeman W& A R R 
Ashton Miss M L, ornamental hair worker 4c »< Whitehall, 
bds 195 Woodward ave (See p 55) 
Vincent, carp, bds 78 Mills 




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PENDERGRASS k CRANE, Props. ) Soum. % to 41 West Alabama Street. 

Ashworth Mrs Eliza, dressmkr, r 144 Piedmont ave 

Ashworth Thos F, lawyer 27;^ Whitehall, bds 103 Washington 
" Thomas R, gas fitter, r 144 Piedmont ave to 

" Wm, r, barber, r 152 VV'heat '. 

Askam Harry F (Askam & Baughman), bds 81 (iilmer 

" & Baughman (Harry F Askew, C,«orge W Baughman), phys 
208 Decatur 

Askea Charles R, flagman, r i 10 McAfee 

Afkew, aee also K^kew 

Arthur, r, porter Ad Photo Co, r 197 E Cain 
James, saloon, r 62 N Forsyth . -t 

Oscar, elk, r n s Bowdin, i e Peachtree 
Philip, c, porter W C Boggan, r 52 Wheat 
Samuel H, bkkpr Am Trust & Bnkg Co, r 71 Jackson 
Samuel H Jr, bkkpr Merchants Bnk, bds 256 Forrest ave 
Thomas E, c, printer C W Motes, r 197 E Cain 
Warren S, res 256 Forest ave 

Aspinwall Franklin E, mngr Dixie Bakg Powder, r 186 Angier ave 

Astin Frances E (wid Joseph H), res 63 McAfee 
Frank H, elk Ingram Bros, bds 75 McAfee 
Jesse D, wks G P yards, bds 63 McAfee \'-- 

Samuel T (cjims, Astin & Co), res 75 McAfee 





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" John, hrickniason, bds 82 Lowe 

" Joel, c, plasterer, res 103 Forest ave 
Atherton Benj F, sten Genl Pass Dept R & D R R, bds 446 8 Fryor 

Atherton Machine Co, C'larles H Willcox Sou Agt 9-11-13 

N Pryor 
Aikins, .iee also Adkim 
Atlvins Alex, eng A & W P Rv 

Miss Clara, elk F E Block 

Elisha C, (J W & E C Atkins) pres Atl Nat B & J, Assn, r 
West End Ave, n e cor Ashby VV E 

David H, carp, rms 517 S Pryor. 

Henry J, bkkpr, r 290 Crew 

James T, wks F:xpo Mills, r 77 Exposition grounds 

Joseph \V, (J W & E C Atkins) r 60 VV Baker 

J W & E C, (Joseph W & Elisha C) whol hats, 26 Decatur 

Olhe, i, wks Sou Furn Co, r 286 VV Mitchell 
Atkinson see also Adkinson. 

Albert, wks Atlanta Cotton Mills 

Albert J, shoemkr w s Oliver bet Kennedy and North ave. 

Charles D. elk Constitution, r 310 Jackson 

Charles N, cond VV & A R R 



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Atkinson Clayton, r, painter J M Smith, r 127 Markham j 
Corcjelip D, (wid R H), r 310 Jackson ' 

Daniel W, c, woodyard Chestnut ave 2 e of Piedmont r 103 

Forest ave 
Donald B, painter, r Hampton cor Exposition 
Miss Emma, dressmkr 180 E Georgia ave, r same 
Miss Fannie, teacher Walker St School, bds 59 Richardson 
George C, elk L & N R R, bds 310 Jackson 
AtkinSQJl Henry M, pres Sou Bnkg & Trust Co and Ga Elec 

I Light Co, and Edison Elec Ilium Co of Ga, r 37 Ponce 

^ DeLeon ave 
Joseph, carp, rms n s Bowden i e Peachtree 
J D, bds Brunswick House 
Lydia N, (wid Rev W D), bds 59 Richardson 
Miss Mary, dressmkr 122 Spring, r same 
Mary H, (wid John), r 180 E Georgia ave 
Paul, mngr Cyclorama, r 133 Edgewood ave 
Robert E Jr, elk Hollywood, bds 51 Chattahoochee 
Robert E Sr, grocer 51 Chattahoochee, r same 
Robert H, fireman W & A R R. bds 176 Mangum 
Ulric S, elk Ins Co of N America, bds 310 Jackson 
'^ Wm, mattress mkr, r 63 H umphries 

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" Jeff D, (Atkisson & Burge), bds 158 Whitehall 
Atkisson & Burge, (Jeff D Atkisson, Samuel W Burge), mer- 
chandise brokers 44 E Alabama 
Atlanta Art Publshng Co, pub The Period, 99 Old Capitol bldg 
" Art Union, (D C Lunseford, W R Clarkson, A C Driver), 
copying portraits, 17 18-19 Fitten bldg 
Atlanta Baggage & Cab Co, John A Colvm pres and supt. 
Union Depot 

Atlanta Banking Co, C C McGehee pres, W H Nutting cashr 
10 E Wall ^ 

Atlanta Baptist Seminary, Rev George Sale, B A. pres, w 

end Fair (See p 67) 
Atlanta Beef Co, M O Baker n.ngr, 5 N Forsyth 
Atlanta Brewing & Ice Co, Charles Beerman pres, A Steiner 

sec and treas, brewery and ice, 273 Courtland cor 

Harris (See adv page 17) 
Atlanta Bridge & Axle Co, W B Miles, pres, 623 Marietta 
'' Buildmg & Loan Assn, A B Bostick pres, John T Hall Jr 

sec and treas, 15 S Broad 
Atlanta Carpet Cleaning Co, J F Beck mngr, offices Atlanta 

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Atlanta Carriage Hdwre €0, Marshall T Eckford pres and mngr, 

54 E Alabama 
Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Hon Rufus B Bullock 

pres, Paul Romare treas, H G Saunders sec, S Pryor 
n e cor E Hunter. 

Atlanta City Directory, H G Saunders mngr, Chamber of 

Commerce bldg 
Atlanta Classical School, B T Hunter and DeW^itt C Ingle 
asso principals 116^ 118^ Peachtree (See adv, p 14) 
^' Coal Co (L S Walker, G W^ Welch), whol and ret coal and 

wood 259 Decatur and 520 Marietta 
'' Coffin Factory, L H Hall & Co props, Elliott, cor Newton 
Atlanta Compact Fire Underwriters, J H Raine mngr, 
16 Fitten bldg 
" Compress & Warehousing Co, George W Parrott pres, J D 
Turner supt, secy and treas, 71 W Peters 

Atlanta Consolidated Bottling Co, (incorporated), Lee 
Hagan genl mngr, 86-88 Thompson (See bottom cards 
in classified department) 

Atlanta Consolidated Street Railway Co, Joel Hurt pres, 

H I Bettis asst treas, C P Matlack genl supt, 7 Ex- 
change PI 

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Atlanta Constitution, Constitution Pub Co props, 26 28 W 

Alabama, cor Forsyth 
Atlanta Cotton Mills, R S Smith, pres; Samuel Stockincr, 

treas; E S Clarke, secy; H E Fisher, agt, 54 Magno 

lia, cor Marietta 
Atlanta Cotton Seed Oil Mills, M Frank, pres; Paul Romare 

v-pres; Wm J Montgomery, sec and treas, office 151.^' 

E Alabama I 

Atlanta Dental Depot (R A & John S Holliday), dental sup- 
plies, 4th floor Hirsch bidg j 

Atlanta Elevator Mfg Co, E T Payne, treas; A T ^ Roebling, 
secy; Chas Benner, mngr construction; Means, bet 
Ponder ave and Moore ^ i 

•' Elevator and Warehouse Co, George M Hope, 'mngr, 168 
Peachtree i 

Atlanta Engraving Co (C P Byrd, H H Rockwell)^ 8 S Broad 

Atlanta Evening Journal, Atl Journal Pub Co, proprs, 10 
S Broad 

"■ Excelsior Wks, Chas Cohen, propr, w s Ridge ave, S Atl 
Atlanta Exchange and Banking Co, Jas D Collins, prest ; 
Chas E Thompson, cashier, 48 Marietta, cor Forsyth 
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Atlanta Finance Association, Chas Kerler Jr, prest: WT 

Moyers, secy and atty, 26^4 E Alabama 
" Furniture Mfg Co, H J Fear, mngr, 661 Marietta 
Atlanta Gas Light Co, Wm G Abel, mngr; C H Page Jr, 

asst supt; Wm L Cosgrove, secy. Sand 10 W Alabama 
*' Glass Co, J W Rankin, prest; Asa G Candler, v-prest; J W 

Rankm Jr, secy and treas. Ridge rd, nr limits 
** Grocery Co, Benj H VealT mngr, 125 Edgewood ave 
Atlanta Guano Co, Jno M Green, pres ; Paul Romare, sec and 

treas; fertilizer and chemical wks; 22-24 Gate City 

Bank Bldg (See adv, p 46) | 

'' Guarantee Savings Bank, F W Miller, pres, J V Heidt, 

cashr, 2 S Pryor j 

Atlanta Herald (daily), Atlanta Herald Newspaper Co, pubrs ; 

Josiah Carter, mng edr; B M Blackburn, edr-in-chf, 

57 S Broad 

Atlanta Home Ins Co, Robt J Lowry, pres ; Joel Hurt, sec; 

A L Waldo, local agt, 15 S Broad 'Phone 674 
** House, Mrs M J Mulligan, propr, 97 Decatur 
Atlanta Humane Society, J S Panchen, sec ; office of sec, 
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Atlanta Ice Co, M Benjamin, pres; | T Eichberg, mngr- White- 
hall s e cor James, WE* 

Atlanta Investment and Banking Co, Wm c Hale pres • 
P H Adams, sec ; 8-9 (iould Bldg ' ' 

Atlanta Jellico Coal & Wood Co, Charles McKinley mngr 
532 Marietta . ■ ' 

Atlanta Journal The (See Atlanta Evening Journal) 

Atlanta Label Press, R B Harrisson, bus mngr, priming 
59;^ S Broad ^ ^ ^' 

" Law School, Sou Medical College Bldg, Hamilton Douglass 
Dean, 21^/2 E Ala 

Atlanta Lumber Co, D C Bacon pres, M F Amorous genl 
mangr, planmg mills, lumbei^sash, doors, blinds, man- 
tles, cypress water tanks, laths and shingles, 148 Hum- 
phries, cor Glenn 

Atlanta Machine Works, L H Beck pres, Fred Frank sec & 

A*i .. ^^^P' F A Vaiighan genl mngr, Ga R R cor King 

Atlanta Medical College, Dr H V M Miller, dean; Dr W S 

Kendrick proctor; Jenkins, n w cor Butler 

Atlanta Medical & Surgical Journal, Drs L P Kennedy 

M B Hutchms, and L B Grandy, proprs; 6zl^ White- 
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Atlanta National Bank, James Swann pres, Paul Romare 

v-pres, Chas E Currier cashier, 15 E Ala (See p 7) 
Atlanta National BuUding and Loan Association, E 

C Atkins pres, Malcoltn Johnston v-pres and genl att'y 
J W Goldsmith sec'ty, J H Johnson mngr agncs, iv 
14-15 Gould Bldg ^ e> & , 6 

Atlanta Newspaper Union, Henry D Wakefield mngr 
newspaper printers publishers and stereotypers 114- 
116-118 Loyd (Seeadv, p 56) ' 

Atlanta Nurseries, W D Beatie propr, McDonough rd, bey 

tJlo^f ^ Paint and Seed Co, W F Gresham mngr, 40 S Broad 
Atlanta Painting Co, (F A Pittman, W a Hemphill Tr P T 
Donahue), 62 W Hunter t^ J ^ J 

Atlanta Paper Co, Morris Adler, pres ; I Liebmann, vice-pres • 
L J Trounstine, sec and treas; 73-75 S Pryor ' 

Perfumery Co, John L Pinson, pres; J H Porter, treas; 68 
b Pryor 
Atlanta Photograph Co, W F Motes, Mngr ; C C Krutch 
operator, 401^ Whitehall 
Piano Mfg Co, Ga R^, cor Borne 
Presbyterian, E Y C larke pub, 37 W Mitchell 

Hunnlcutt & Belllngrath Co. Jsanh^ plumbers^ 

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and supt ; 328-338 Wheat \ 

" Real FiState and Investment Co, Charles Handy, pres; H 

\. Culberson, sec: J R Collins, treas : I^ishop & M( 

Whorter attys. room 4 34^^^ R Wall 
Atlanta Heal Estate Exchang'e, \. Mcintosh Ward, sec and 

treas; Robert Miller, Mngr real estate and financial 

agt ; 18 N Pryor 
Atlanta Rubber Co (tel 194). C H Chase, pres; S P Allen, 

vice-pres ; Ci P Covell, sec and treas; rubber goods. 

belting, packing, rubber boots, shoes, clothing and 

druggists' sundries, leather belting and lace leather, 20 

Decatur and 13-15 Kdgewood ave (See top lines) 

Atlanta Rubber Stamp and Stencil Wrks (John S Cook, 

Wm J Heall and Wni K Cook), 31 S Broad (See side 

lines) I 

Atlanta Saw Works, James P M(A'ey proi)r (tel 317), 275 

Marietta (See adv, p 31) | 

" * School of Tel, I) U Sloan, Jr, principal, 15 E Mitchell 5 Ai 

Atlanta Show Case Wks, Frank E Block, pres, O F Simpson vice ^ ^ 

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Atlanta Slate Works, W P Davis mngr, 164 S Forsyth 

(See p 62) j 

Atlanta Ste^m Laundry, J Frank Beck, mngr, i3oPeachtree 
" Stone and Granite Co, D P Brisben, pres, G G Ramsey 

v-pres, G H Lami)ort, sec and treas, 10 Loyd 
Straw Hat Mnfg Co, (H H Bussey pres, C H Atwater sec 

and treas, C H Buchanan shop mngr, 169^ Marietta 
^Sun Bonnet Mnfg Co, Y Revson prop, 53J Peachtree 
Atla2ita Suspender Mnfg Co, H L Dreifus mngr, 22 E 

Mitchell 
Atlanta Telephone Exchange, John D Easterlain, Supt 2d ^^ 

Dist, Wm T Gentry, Mngr, 29J Marietta » 

Atlanta Times The, c, (weekly) Times*"PubCo Props, 35^ Ivy gJgiS 
Atlanta Tool Supply Co, George E Hoppie, pres, Clarence 3 '^ § 

Everett V- pres, Wm Goldsmith sec and treas, mnfrs ^oi 

vises, wrenches, cutting machines, etc, rms 1-2 Brown e S * 

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Atlanta Towel Supply Co, J F Beck, mngr, offices Atlanta g 2 
Steam Laundry and Troy Steam Laundry ° § r 

Atlanta Traction Co, (owners A W E & McP B & Grant Pk V^\ 

Electric Ry) Geo E Hoppie, pres, J H Mountain g 5" ■» 
v-pres and genl mngr, Henry Lanier treas, H L Wood- ' * 2 
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Atlanta Trust & Banking Co, w A Hemphill pres, A D 

Adair, Charles B Wilkinson v-pres, Alonzo Richardson 

cashr. 34 E Alabama (See side lines) - 
" Turn Verein, 3^ Whitehall 
Atlanta Universfty, Kev Horace Bumstead pres, Rev [ohn 

H Hincks dean, w end Mitchell (See p 72) 
'' Vinegar Works, Wm Brenner mngr, 368 Marietta 
Atlanta Warehouse Co, W R Dimmock pres. J W Stokes 

v-pres, J M Wallace mngr, cotton and storage 34-36-38 

W Alabama and 23 S Forsyth (See card in classified) 
Atlanta Water Works, H C Irwin pres. G W I'erry Jr sec, 

W G Richards supt. Chamber of Commerce bldg 
Atlanta Wire & Iron Works, P W Ryan pres and genl 

mngr, V (; Ryan secty, T J Ryan treas, 64 N Broad 

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FOR BANKS, STORES, OF«^ICES AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS 
O ffice and Work s, 64 N. Broad St. Telephone No. 1083. Atlanta, 0». 

Atlanta Woodenware Co, (George A Gershon, Ralph Rosen- 

baum). 98-roo S Forsyth 

Atlanta & Florida Railroad, I Y Sage prest. M B Marsh 

v-pres, T W (iarrett supt. F M Ector auditor. 22 1/ 
W Alabama (See p ro8) - o /z 

Atlanta & West Point R R and Western Ry of Ala- 
bama, C H Phinizy pres. H M Abbett sec and treas, 
Edmund L Tyler genl mngr. T J Hunter auditor, R 
E Lutz traffic mngr, W H Harrison eng. 15 i^ N Broad- 
B F Wyly gen agt. John A Gee gen pass^agt, \2 N 
Pryor (See p 109) 
Attaway Wm J. elk J W Barefield, bds 579 E Hunter 
Atwater Amos T (I T Atwater & Sons), r St Louis, Mo 
Atwater Carriage Co, Pendergrass & Crane, proprs Carriages 
buggies, wagons, carts and harness, 35-45 W Alabama 
(See center lines) 

Charles H (I T Atwater & Sons), sec & treas. Atl Straw Hat 
Mfg Co, res 70 Ivv 
•' Elijah, t-, lab, res 186 Old Wheat 

'' Harper, c, waiter Woman s Christian Temp'restaurant 
Atwater Henry L, Pres Sou Mut Bldg & Loan Assn, r 37c 
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'* Isaat r (1 r At water \ Sons), r 70 I \ y 
At^jrat^r I T & Sons {Isaac \\ Cliarlrs n \ Amos I), mnhs 

•^: ai^ts \ iii\ iMokt'rs. .^<; ' j N Hr<)a«l I 

"^^ Sanuiol V. <\ \Mn\cv Kini]>all House, res i ^7 Martin 

Vl -: laylor. «. packer J K liruniier \' Co \ 

Atwbod AltVe<l I . I>*]s iS; Capitol ave | 

" " Annie Kj^wul Charles S). r 49 l*o\vers i 

"■'lames A. r iSi ('anitol a\e I 

Audoijin Alphonse H. fireman. IxU 1^2 Ira. \ s Ri( hardson 

" Sarali M (whI Ascliiel). Ixis 1 ^2 Ira, j^ s Richardson 
Auerhaeh Joseph, tra\ Atl IVrt'umery {\), r 129 Pulliam 
Ailehtman James A. ecnipler \\ \- A R R, r i lUish j 

** N Jessed elc\ator man Ci^nslitiilion. r 6 bLIla, Jatiiestown 
Austell Frani ina C (wid Alfred), r 92 Marietta j 

Mrsldoline 1.. r 27 Haltnnore pi | 

" Nixon, r wks K \ \' vV (i R R. r ^6 lieermann \ 

** Theodore. .. butler Mrs V C Atistell, r same ] 
Austin Hloomer H (H H Austin \- Co), r Ivlgewood ' 

B H c^ Co (I^loomer H Austin). feMili/er material, ,^7 Old 
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*• Calhoun H, bkkpr E S Nace, r Decatur, Ga j 

GOLDSMITH&ALLENSWORTHI "•«". cinss<u.,^aniy. 

Jtlmn's Outfitters «nd S)^irt IW«k«P8. ( • • ^> C> 1 fflvSll. T t 

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Austin Charles B. bds .\rlinsrton Hotel j 

*' ^"harles F. sten W F Plane, bds 54 N Forsyth ' 
•• Clifford D. bkk])r FW Hart S c\: 1) Co, bds 141 Mangum 
.*• Edward, i, lab \V H Young ' 

;* Edward R. sten and student N J <S: T A Han>mond, bds 
^ 235 Cain ' : 

George. <•. solicitor, r 27 Horion ! 

•* Harrison D. keeper city stoi kade. r 115 W Simpson 
Henry. (\ r 50 Enimett 1 

Henry, c, carp, r 60 Hollins j 

•• James L, blksmith 924 Peachtree, r w s Macon, 3 n Stewart 
•• James P, r, driver T J Stowers & Co, r 152 PuUiam 
Austin James W, lawyer 69^2 E Alabama, bds Durand's Resnt 
.** Joseph, carp, r 17 Pittnian's al • 

•** Kile, <. helper Ga Ice Co, r 140 Glenn 
^ •• Louie B (Westmoreland & Austin), r 37 Wheat 
•• Mary R (wid Thomas H), r 66 E Cain j 

Pinkey, c. laundress, r (17) Grady 
Reuben, t, drayman J J & J E Maddox 
Thomas H (Austin &: Boylston), r 66 E Cain 
Thomas M. carp, r 9 Wallace 



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" Wm E, trav .Sou Agrl Wks, bds r [5 Simpson 
" Wm FI, r, driver Anderson, Wylie \v Jones, r [62 Irwin 
^' Wm L, elk Austin ^' Boylston, bds 66 K Cain 
= ' Wm I, M, rlk R M S, bds 45 [.urkie 

Wm W. flagman C R R, rms 165 (:h;.i>el 

Willis, r, wks R C Clarke 

Austin & Boylston, ('i'homas H Austtn. Alfred D Boylston), 

limiber, [50 E Himter 
Auten Richard M, phys 2r5;4 Marie. ta, r 2^7, same 
Autry, f^ee (iIao Auirey 

F M, carp R it I) shoj)s . 

(ieorge, r, bds 6r Mcf)aniel 
Raiford. carp, res 353 Euckie 
Thomas J, wks Sou Agrl Wks, res 353 Lufkie 
Auxford Frank (), medical student, bds 122 S Forsyth 

'' Yearby T, student, bds 122 S Forsyth 
Avant George W, furniture 136 Marietta.' bds 137 Walton 
Avary Arch, physician 97 >^ Peachtree. bds 107 X Pryor 
Avary James C, physician 97 >^ Peachtree, r 109 N Pryor 

'' Moody B (M H Avary & Co), bds 94 \ Forsyth 
Avary M B & Co (Moody B Avary), druggists 97 Peachtree 

ITWATER CARRIAGE CO. ' tl^V^'.i"d^^o\^i?¥i^iii^!?^i5if 

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" Susan F (wid James C), bds 107 N Pryor 

Avary Thomas C, phys 97 i< Peachtree. r T07 N Prvor * 

Averett James M, bkkpr Atwater Carriai^e Co. bds 147 W Baker 

Averill James P. r 28 Highland ave 

Avers John F, trav, r 415 Whitehall 

Avery Aaron, c, waiter E N Close, r rear 109 W Pine 
" Clark, r, well digger, r 131 Larkin 
•' Isaac W, literateur, r n e cor Juniper and 6th 

Avery John W, lawyer 9I3 Peachtree. bds Ballard Hou.se 
Joseph, c, lab cotton mills, bds 197 Mangum 
Louis, r, slate mason, bds 128 E Cain 
Moses, r, wks Hogan & Co. bds rear 109 W Pine 
Thomas (Malsby & Avery), bds 247 Capitol ave 
Wm, r, driver Hogan & Co, bds rear 109 W Pine 
Wm P. checker G B Stewart, rms 171 W Mitchell 

Avret John J, solicitor Southern Star, r 24 King 

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Francss M, car repr R & D R R shops, r 57 Randolph 
JMillard F, meat 374 Mangum, r 58 Jones ave 
Edward L, floor-walker M Rich & Bros, bds 169 Hunnicutt 
John L, contr, r 169 Hunnicutt ' . 



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Awtrey Joseph W, collector R C Black, hds 169 Hunniciitt 
^ Aycock Isaac, c, lab, hds 75 Rawson 
jT Aycock Miss Retta, sten, hds 92 Liickie ' 

^ Avers Albert P. eng E T V ^: (i R R, hds (5) Ciaribaldi 
g '* James, wks 'IVohridiiO Furniture Co 
O '' James A, wks R .S: 1) R R, r 602 Decatur 

" John, Nvks (Ja R R, hds 70 S Boulevard 

" Samuel ^\, watchman R ^: D R R, r rear 13 Borne 

•N Sarah (wid Joseph), r 195 Whitehall 

'* Theodore, i\ cook Washington Seminary 

** Wm, wks Trowbridge Fur Co 
' •' Wm J, wks R .V D R R, r 216 Howell 

D P p r^ D p you buy building material, see Willingham cV 
DtLrV-ylALL To.. 84 Klliott street. They manufacture 

first-class goods at reasonable prices. 
Babb James P, commission 115 W Peters, r 125 Walker 
Babcock F Ford, printer Atl Fabel Press 
Baber Miss Ada, elk J M High c\: Co 

r Addie J, (wid Dr J M) r 87 Richardson 

/;'; Akbar, bkk|)r. bds 87 Richardson 

f' Henry, <, tru( kman C R R. r 86 Humjjhries 

THE J AS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEEL 

%,{Latest tmprt vta. 1 Lasts 50 Years or More in Regular Use. 13 £. Alabama St. 

Baber Rev Robert, r 161 Hayne 
Babers Fletcher, r, brickmason, res rear 1 ^2 Wheat 
Baccigalupo A F, foreman E T V cl- G R R 
Bach Henrietta D (wid David), j,res 187 S Forsyth 
Bachman Joe, drummer, rms 117 Nelson 

". , compositor Atl Constitution 

Backus Elizabeth (wid Gilbenly), bds J T Backus 

" James M. brickmason, r 293 McDaniel 

•• John T, brickmason, r Rockwell, So Atl 

,'* Joseph W, brickmason, bds J T Backus 

" Mans, bricklayer, r 71 Hulsey 

** Mrs Sarah .^r 16 Wells 
Bac6n Charles D, elk Hunnicutt k Bellingrath Co, bds Talmadge 

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Bacon DeWitt C, president Atlanta Lumber Co and capitalist 
73 Ciate City Bank Bldg, r Savannah Ga 

'• DeWitt C, Jr, student, bds 183 Ivy 

•' Henry H, elk C J Daniel, bds Curtis House 

'' H H, trav Standard Sewing Mch Co 

** Robert L, carp, bds 43 Magnolia 

•' Sumner W, salesman F E Block, r 174 Crew 
Badger Robert H, c, dentist 18 Clifford, r same 

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Hadgett Duke r, lab, r rear 141 E Ellis 
Dady Henry, c, porter C R R, r 176 Clarke 
llaer Charles, elk The Fair, bds 234 Capitol ave 
" Max J, r 234 Chapel 
'• Walter H, butcher, bds 234 Chapel 
IJagby Mrs Georgia (wid George), rms 70 S Boulevard 

'• W Jackson, elk J R Gregg & Co, r 103 W Peachtree 
Haggarly Olin R, foreman Atl Newspaper Union, r 237 Green's 

Ferry ave 
Daggett James, expert Thomson-Houston Electric Co . 
" Wm A (Baggett & Brown), bds 23 Garnett 
" & Brown (W A Baggett, W W Brown), fruits, 67 S Broad 
P>agley Osborn, r, cook Mrs O H Jones 
P.agwell Delia, wks Empire Box Fcty, bds J W Bagwell 
" Elijah, r, lab, r 169 E Baker 

Jas C, elk J B Merritt, r 447 Edgewood ave 
John W, carp, r n f> Dairy, 3 e of Venable 
Joseph M C, elk J B Merritt, r 447 Edgewood ave 
Mathew D, wks Brosius S M Co, bds 187 Fowler 
Susan A (wid Mathew W), bds 187 Fowler 
W A, fireman R & D R R, r 277 E Hunter 

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Bailey Adoiphus, r, wks Lowe & Bro, r 27 Hollins 
Albert, elk The Ryan Co, bds 35 Wheat 
Albert P, elk Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, r 140 Davis 
Alexander, r, brickmason, r 18 Parks 
Allen, c, lab, r 503 Glenn 

Arthur H, bkkpr Sou Mut Bldg & Eoan Assn, bds W E 
Benjamin E, asst roadmstr A C St Ry, r 573 Marietta 
Berry, r, lab, r 229 Wheat 

Byron C, produce 6 \ Forsyth, r near Fort McPherson 
Charles, wks A C St Ry, bds 573 Marietta 
Collier B, c, butler W R Hill, r 89 W Cain 
Dawson, c, well digger, r 82 E Baker 
Ed M, elk W W Stovall & Bro, bds 114 S Pryor 
Edward, c, street sweeper, bds 183 Maple. 
Ferdinand, r, street sweeper, bds 183 Maple 
Frank F, painter, bds 182 Jackson 
George, c, phys, r 8 Graves : . 

George, i\ street paver, res 118 E Baker 
George, c, wks Stewart & Bowden 
George \\\ lab A C Ry Co, r 6 Bellwood ave 
Henry, r, barber S Ford, r 31 Reed 
Henry, r, drayman Tidvvell & Pope, r 35 Greea's Ferry ave 






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James, <, porter C R R, r 90 Tati.all 
James, c, brakeman E T V ^' C; R R, bds 14 Mangum 
James H, carp, r West End ave. \V E 
James M, wks J M Ryan^ r (54) Castlebury 
Jerry, c, wks Winship Mach Co, r 63 Rock 
John, f, brakeman G P R R r 235 Hayne 
John A. foreman Winship Mach Co, r 44 Mills 
John S, tinner Wingate &: Mell. r 199 Chapel 
Joseph, carp, r Lee W E 
Julia, (wid Mordaiint), bds 138 Whitehall 

Bailey Julian T, (Rose & Bailey), r 443 Courtland ave 
J, buyer J \V Sanders 
Melvin, wks Am Match Co 
Mrs Nancy, dressmkr, 310 Marietta, r same 
Norman, r, lab, r Wvle\ . Revnoldstown 
Robert, wks Atl Glass Co 
Robert, c, wks (Jate City (ias r>ight Co 
Robert E. elk J A Clarke Jr, bds 312 Marietta 
Samuel, c. lab, r 13 Eliza al 
Mrs Sarah E, r 13 McAfee 



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Bailey Scott, c, wks Atlanta C S Oil Mills, r Edgewood 

Simon, r, lab, r rear 209 Highland ave 

S E, elk J M High & Co, r 162 Ivy 

Wm, r, r 406 Mangum 

Wm, c, lab, res Ira, 7 s Glenn 

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Wm B, wks E T V & (; R R, bds 13 McAfee 

Wm H, r, porter G A & P Tea Co, bds 135 Houston 

Wm H, painter, r 1S2 Jackson 

Wm R, carp Dixie Lumber & Mfg Co, r 171 Chapel 

Willis, c, drayman, r 255 Edgewood ave 

W J, carp Beutell Mfg Co, bds 17^ Luckie 

W L, brakeman E T V & G R R^ 

Zedikiah, cotton buyer, »• 5 Lucy 
Bain, see also Bayne 

♦* Donald, tailor, r 26 Connally 

" Donald M, pres Bain & Kirkpatrick Hdw Co, r 815 Peachtree 

'* Henry, wks Ga Elec Light Co, bds 25 Rigland 

•'4 Hiram, elk J Tye & Co, rms 139 Whitehall 

Thomas, wks Electric R R, bds 485 Edgewood ave 

Wm, watchman Trowbridge Fur Co, r 102 S Boulevard 



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Bain & Kirkpatrick Co, Donald M Bain, pres; J C Kirk- 
patrick, secty & treas; hardware, 9 N Pryor 
Baird James B, physician, r 105 Capitol Square 

James C, trav J B Daniels, r 61 Jones ave 

J M, eng W & A R R 

Nim W, supt J F Redd 
Baisden Albert V, elk The Fair, bds 24 Walnut 

Frank, elk The Fair, bds 24 Walnut 

Herbert S, elk Smith & Simpson, bds 24 Walnut 

Jas A S, (J A S Baisden & Co), r 24 Walnut 

J A S & Co, (JAS Baisden), grocers, 45 S Broad 
Bak Henry, phys 43 >^ Whitehall, r 138 Pulliam 
Baker Alonzo, barber, r Hampton, n s Exposition 

Amos, bds 12 Jenning's al 

Augustus, grocer 103 E Harris 

Barbara (wid Charles), r 519 Whitehall 

Benjamin, r, lab, r Taliaferro 

Benjamin H, wks Thomson Houston Electric repair works, 
r 95 W Cain 

Daniel, c, lab Collins Brick Co 

Dennis, c, shoemkr J T Schell, r same 

Dennis J, grocer, 472 W Hunter, r 476 same 



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Baker Edward wks Dixie Lumber Co, r 156 Gilmer 
Ed, cleaner E T V & G R R 

Eliza (wid Robt), wks Expo Mills, bds Marietta, nr Hampton 
Mrs Etta, r 115 Yonge ' 
Frank B, trav Moore, Marsh & Co, r W E 
Franklin P, cabinetmkr, r Piedmont ave, N Atl 
F, c, wks J C Peck &Son 
George, c, carp, r near Clark University 
Gustavus, c, drayman, r 107 Gartrell 
Harrison, ^, drayman, bds 192 W Mitchell 
Henry E, elk Benjamin & Cronheim, r 364 Luckie 
Howard, ^, lab, r 159 Larkin 
Jackson, r, carp, r s s Solomon, 3 e of Eraser 
James L, butcher, bds 62 Roach 
Miss Jennie, r 79 Magnolia 
Jesse T, carp, bds Curran, nr Exposition 
John, c, lab Beutell Mfg Co 
John, bds 79 Magnolia 
John, c, lab, r 185 N Bell 
John, c, porter J Finley, bds (75) Humphries 
John, c, coupler R & D R R, r 168 Gilmer 
John H, wks Boyd & Baxter's, r Curran, nr Exposition 



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Baker John J, salesman Shropshire & Dodd, r Marietta, bey limits 

John M, mach Scott's Guano Wks, r 331 E Fair 

John P, eng A & F R R, r 5 Carlton ave 

John VV, r 12 Jennings al . 

Joseph, c, cook, rip Biggers 

Joseph C, t", shoemkr, 1445^ Peachtree 

J C T, foreman carp shop Dixie L & Mfg Co, r Edgewood 

J O, eng Met St Ry Co 
Baker Milledg^e O, mngr Atlanta Beef Co, bds Talmadge Hse 
" Milton, r, bds Taliaferro 

Ollie, wks Atl Cotton Mills 

Oscar A, elk Douglass, Thomas & Co, bds 331 E Fair 

Permelia J (wid 'I'homas J), bds 90 Plum 

Robert H, bkkpr Trowbridge Furn Co, r 453 Wheat 

Romulus M, r, painter, r 60 Milliard 

Sallie E, boarding 188V0 Decatur 

Thomas, r, drayman J M Glore. r Mableton, Ga 

Walter, soda water, r 90 Plum 

Walter A. r 28 Powers 

Wm, r, wks Met St Ry Co 

Wm, c, blksmith W Mason 

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Wm A, chemist, bds 519 Whitehall 
Wm E, hat renovator 2^4 Marietta, bds 113 Young 
Wm F, trav Lamar &: Rankin Drug Co 
^Wm H, carp, r Buena Vista, cor Fortress 
*Wm I^ bkkpr Anderson', Wylie & Co, bds Metropolitan 
Woodson, c, driver Moore, Marsh & Co, r 199 E Ellis 
Bakques Green F, brickmason, r 142 Chestnut 
Balch Charles T, stenogr Budden & Son, r 104 Orange 
George W, shoemkr, 55 McDaniel r same 
John T, eng C R R of Ga, r 104 Orange 
Lem A, eng R & D R R, r 56 Summit ave 
Baldridge Richard M, mach E T V & G R R, r 419 Whitehall 
Baldwin Aaron, c, gardener, r rear 310 Jackson 
" Alfred P, meat market, 746 Marietta r 9 W 3rd 
" Charles H, r 92 Loyd 

" Cicero Z, wks Sou Agrl Wks, r 25 Chattahoochee 
'* C S, flagman W & A R R 
" Forrest, eng E T V & G R R r 85 Smith 
" Jesse, f, carp, r near Clark University 
'* John, t, wks Kimball House, r 114 Pratt 
'' John C, grocer and cigar fcty 234 E Fair, r 302 Grant 





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J M, elk R & D R R, bds The Belmont 
Lawson, constable 767 Marietta, r w 4th nr Ponder 
L Dow, carp, bds e s Ira 2 n Glenn 
Margaret J, (wid Joseph A), r 95 Stonewall 
P McK, elk auditor's office R & D R R, bds Belmont house 
Robt J, grocr 169 E Hunter, r 122 Gullatt 
Silvanus M, photo A W McCandless, r 142 Luckie 
Thomas, wks Elec Light Co, bds 26 Tumlin 
Wilbur R, r 372 Spring 
Wm L, butcher, res Ridge ave, S Atlanta 
Balfe George (Moore & Balfe), rms sameN t 

Balkanyi Alexius, elk J Regenstein & Co, r 183 Whitehall 
Ball Anthony, r, driver G B Lindsey r.197 Markham - . 

" Cicero, dry goods, bds 297 E Fair 
" Columbus D, wks Manning Furniture Co, r s s Fourth 
'^ C W (Gresham & Ball), bds 19214 Decatur 
" Francis M, brickmason, r 10 South 
" Frederick, printer Constitution, r 277 Simpson 
•' John N, painter, r Clark, bet Kelly and Hill 
" John W, policeman, r 135 McAfee 
" Shadrick, r, fireman R & D R R, r 38 Delbridge 




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Ballard Asbury, painter, r n s Emmett, N Atlanta 

" AG Cab Line, A G Ballard propi, office Durand's restrnt 

'' B Walter, jeweler Maier & Berkele, r ii8 Crew 

" Edgar L, grain broker 13 Gate City Bank bldg, bds Mrs 

Hill, W Mitchell 
" House, Mrs J W Ballard prop, 201 Peachtree 
Mrs J W, prop Ballard House, 201 Peachtree 
Louis, f, driver Tread well & Abbott, r 35 Eraser 
Nancy A (widow W J), r 45 E Ellis 
Ballard Transfer Co, John A Colvin, pres; A J Orme, v-pres; 
Jacob Haas, sec & tres, 23 Whitehall (See front cover) 
" Wm C, elk Hawkins, Dobbs & Co, r 104 Davis 

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BallenfftVy *8ee also Bellenger 

'' E, tailor, r 149 Thompson 

'' James, t, drayman Ballard Transfer Co, r 156 Foundry 

'' John, c, wks Florence Wagon Co, hds 156 Foundry 
Bancker Ev^rt A, r 195 Angier ave 

*' Evert A Jr, bkkpr Wilson Coal and Lumber Co, bds 195 
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Bancroft George B, mach Van Winkle G and M Co, r 742 Marietta 

'' J \\\ mach Van Winkle Gin and Mach Co 

'' W B, elk C R & xM office R & D R R, bds 131 Spring 
Bandman Isidore C, trav agt, r 23 Baltimore PI 
Bandy John C, asst printer Edwards & Son, bds s6y> Whitehall 

** T M, wks J C Peck & Son 
Bang Henry, c, wks Kimball House 
Bangert Charles A, elk J J Duffy, bds E 66 Harris 

*' Mary, (wid Charles) grocer 68 E Harris, r 66 same 
Bank Floyd, c, clothes dyer, r McDaniel near Fletcher 
Bank of the State of Georgia, F M Coker, pres, F M 
Coker, Jr, cashr. 49 Loyd 

*• Robert, c, grocer, r 43 Richmond near Martin 
Banks Austin, c, wks G R R, r 137 Buder 

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" ■ Bv the Electric Shirt Factory. 15 Feachtree St. t M.llenSTA?ortD. 

Banks Charles, r, driver Union Mill and Whse Co, r 174 E Cain 
Courtney, r, coachman Mrs M Grant, r same 
Edward, brakeman E T V & G R R 
George, c, wks A J Moses 
Green, blksmith A H Lemon, r 99 Currier 
Green, /-, lab, r 24 Austin's al 
Henry, capitalist, r 165 Peachtree 
James, elk tax collector, bds 165 Peachtree 
James W, wks W & A R R, r 13 Rock 
Jerry, c, driver J J Falvey 
John, r, cook city stockade 
Lemuel, c, wks Ad Paper Co, res 120 Loyd 
Lin B, mach, rms 74 Mangum 
Linsey, c, drayman, r 65 Chamberlain 
Manson G, cabinet mkr Boyd & Baxter,, r 390 Luckie 
Patrick, c, wks H Franklin, r 25 Logan 
Rqbert Lane carp Winship Mach Co, res Lindsey 
Savannah (wid Eli), bds e s Lindsey 
Thomas C, elk R M S, r 22 Smith 
Wm, <r, wks R & D R R shops 
Willis, c, brakeman C R R, r 271 W Mitchell 
Wyatt,. r, car sealer W & A R R, r 66 Hilliard 



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*' Fannie (wid Samuel), r 70 Fowler 
'' John G, porter Cannon House 

'' Mrs Maggie, r (51) Factory, bet Tennels and Prisock al 
•' Mary (wid Joseph), r 10 Means 
- R A, elk W R Hoyt, bds 20 Walnut 
'' Samuel, painter W S McNeal 
'' Wm, apprentice, bds 10 Means 
Baptista Sister Mary, superior St Joseph's Infirmary, r samp 
Bar-Lock Typewriter, J C Crankshaw & Co gen agts, 27 

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Barber Aaron, wks Expo Mills, bds 17 Expo grds 
Benager J, carp, r Center, N Atl 
Charles, r, house mover, r 1 1 Boaz 
David S, r 17 Old Expo grds 
Foster, mail elk comnr agriculture, r country 
Foster B, bds Doray 
Frank, plumber, bds 69 Magnolia 
General, c, porter Hart Bros 
George, lab, r 41 Old Exposition Grounds 
Henry, wks Exposition Mills, r Old Exposition Grounds 
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John L, bds 5 Ponder ave "* 

Keziah, r, laundress, r 25 Waverly Place 

Lee, wks Exposition Mills, bds 20 Old Expo Grounds 

Louis, Cj porter Hart Bros, bds Waverley Place 

Mathew, c, waiter H R Durand 

Middleton, <r, wks E T V & G R R, r Ira, near Amy 

Moses D, wks Exposition Mills, bbs 17 Old Expo Grounds 

Nathan E, carp, r 20 old Expo grnds 

Reuben, wks Expo Mills, bds 41 old Expo grnds 

Thomas, wks Expo Mills, bds 20 old Expo grnds 

Barbour Jerry, helper E T V & G R R 

Mrs Marie A, matron Atl Baptist Seminary, r campus 

Milton, lab E T V & G R R 

Wm F, r 45 W Harris 

Wm H, elk Dobbs, Wey & Co, bds 45 W Harris 

Barclay J see also Barkley and Berkele 

" John F (Wylie & Barclay), r 76 W Peachtree 
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Bardless C, wks Sou Furniture Co 
P, wks Sou Furniture Co 
Thomas, wks Sou Furniture Co 



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" John W, grocer 377 E Hunter, bds 379 same 
" June, c, painter, r 169 E Baker 
Barfieljd Benjamin F, printer J P Harrison & Co, r rear 369 E Fair 
" Charles F, printer ] P Harrison & Co, bds rear 369 E Fair 
'' J H, elk M C & J F Kiser & Co, bds 229 Fair 
•' Miss Pattie, elk The Dresden 
" Thomas J, tailor, r 302 E Fair 
Barford F R, elk R M S, r Peachtree Park 
Barge George N, r, blksmith 371 W Peters, r bey VV E 
Jacob J (Parker & Barge), bds 81 Nelson 
John, c\ lab, r 12 Roach 
J H, c, grocer 231 W Peters 

'Sewell & Campbell (Wm P Barge, James Sewell, R E Camp- 
bell), grocers 190 W Peters 
Wm, r, helper G N Barge, bds bey W E 
Wm B (Barge, Sewell «& Campbell), res country 
Barger Miss Mae, sten The Dresden, bds Brunswick House 
Barham A L, trav R A Patterson Tobacco Co, bds Kimball 
Barili Alfredo, music tchr, r Juniper bet 6th and 7th 
Barker Andrew J, saloon 48 Decatur, r no Davis 

*' Albert B, eng E T V & G R R, res McDaniel Rd 5 s Doane 

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Barker Brader, trav T M Clarke & Co. r 490 Whitehall 

" Charles D, 106^ Whitehall 
Barker Charles P^N, real estate mortgage banker, 32 Gould 
bldg, r 302 Peachtree 
Daniel W, carp, r 41 Bush 
Edw c, messenger boy, bds 322 Hilliard 
Frank,/, carp, r 322 Hilliard 
George, c, carp, r S Atlanta nr Clark Univ 
George, brickmason, r 14 N Butler 
Hal, plate printer, J P Stevens & Bros 
John- carp, r 201J Marietta 
John, wks So Agrl Wks 

Wm D, eng Met St Ry Co, r w s Ridge ave, S Atl 
Wm \W, (W W^ Barker & Co), r 164 Hayne 
Barker W W & Co, (Wm W Barker, Edward L Osborn, John 
E Pitman), book binders and blank book mfrs62i/^ 
S Broad (See adv opposite) 
Barkins George, c, wks A H Benning 
Barkley, see aho Barclay and Berkele 

" Benjamin, r, grades streets, r Gate City cor Fletcher 
Barksdale Carl, electrotyper J P Harrison & Co, bds 107 Walker 
Charles E, elk Maddox-Rucker Co, r 54 W Georgia ave 



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Barksdale Edward W, wks H Mozley, bds 54 W Georgia ave 

" Wm, candy mkr F E Block 
Barkshadt John F, tailor, r 16^ Whitehall 
Barlow Jackson, wind mill bldr, r'4i5 Edge wood 
'• Samuel, c, mortarmkr, bds 74 N Bell 
" Thomas, r, helper F M Jack 
Barmore Eugene R, carp, r 396 Houston 
Barna Thomas M, mngr Standard Wagon Co, r 80 Walton 
'' Mrs Thos M, sten Standard Wagon Co, r 80 Walton 
Barnard^ see also Bernard 

•' George S, dept elk U S Court, bds 54 N Forsyth 
'• J, wks Sou Furniture Co 

" J T, gen trav frt agt E T V & G R R, bds 92 S Pryor 
Barner John, c, carp, r 250 W Hunter 

" John H, candymkr G E Johnson, bds 233 Haynes 
Barnes Adelia C (wid J G), bds Garner, cor Irwin, W E 
Albert, r, lab, r Elizabeth, near Arthur 
Annie (wid Frank P), bds 95 E Harris 
Birge, c, wks Woodward Lumber Co, r 46 E Mitchell 
Bowman, c, blacksmith, r Gate City, near Mary 
C A, lineman Ga Electric Light Co 
Daniel B, printer Journal, r 79 Mangum 

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Edward H, (Barnes & Burbank), r 122 Loyd 
Elizabeth, (wid Wm), bds 97 Capitol Square . 

Frank, ^, wks Woodward Lum Co 
George!^ r, porter J J & J E Maddox 
George W, c, blacksmith, rms S Atl 
Henry, c, porter ETV&GRR, r rear 49 Luckie 
Henry, c, janitor Fulton County Court House, r Bolton, Ga 
Henry, c, carp, r rear 284 W Peters 
H, wks Atlanta Glass Co 
Isaac, ^y carp, r rear 284 W Peters 

Barnes James J, wholesale fruits, produce, flour, grain, hay, 
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James, r, lab, bds 2 Bush 

John, <:, r rear 63 Mangum 

John, furniture, r 14 HilHard 

John, c, wks Atl Consol Bottling Co 
Barnes John A, physician 554 Decatur, rms 558^^ Decatur 

John M (D P Nolan & Co), r Marietta 

Joseph, c, brakeman A & F Ry 

Josephine, c, laundress, r Gate City, S Atl 

J M^ elk the Ryan Co 

J M, wks Dobbs lumber Co 

Lewis, tr, blksmith, r n s McDonough, S Atl 

Miss Louie, elk G E Johnson, bds 52 W Fair 

Lovic P, policeman, r 246 W Fair 

Lovic P (Carter & Barnes), bds 97 Capitol Sq 

Manila, r, cook E Rich 

Mary A (wid Rowell H), »rms 55 Jones ave 

Mary B (wid C H), bds 257 Washington 

Milton, c, wks A C St Ry, bds 14 Greens Ferry ave 

Peter, c, lab W & A R R 

Reuben, r, lab, r 73 Pratt 

Richard, peddler, r 279 Formwalt 



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Walter, r, wks Standard Ice Co, r Blufif, nr James, W E 
Wm, c, wks Fuller & Akers 
Wm, r, lab A J Jolly & Son, r 233 Highland ave 
Wm, c, lab, bds 2 Bush 
Wm B, lab, r Oliver, Edge wood 
Wm H, bkkpr J J Barnes, r 118 Mangum 
Wm H, salesman J J Barnes, bds 283 Whitehall 
Wm T, eng C R R, r 51 W Fair 
W^ ^, wks Trowbridge Funiture Co 

& Burbanks (E H Barnes, L I Burbanks), Life Ins 20 Fit- 
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Barnett Ebenezer, elk J J Neese, r Hampton nr Dillon 
Eugene, sign painter Kleey Co, bds 81 Loyd 
Rev Edward H, pastor First Presby Ch, r 22 W Harris 
Frasier, r, wks Journal office, bds 307 N Butler 
James T, bkkpr Lamar & Rankin Drug Co, r 109 Rawson 
Jesse B, car inspector C R R, r 179 W Mitchell 
John, peddler, r 20 Bradley 

John M, elevator boy Atl cott mill, bds Hampton nr Dillon 
John T, glazier L H Hall & Co, r Abbott Bellwood 
J T, comp Constitution Job dept, rms S Forsyth & Mitchell 

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Barnett Marion (J A Watson & Co), rms 18^ W Mitchell 
'' Reuben, c, butler H G Saunders, r 158 Trinity ave 
'' Riley A, wks Elec St Car Line, res Hampton nr Exposition 
*' Robert, wks J H Spilman, bds Hampton nr Dillon 
Barnett Samuel, lawyer 6^ N Broad, r 6 Gilmer 

" Wm, wks Atl Cotton Mills ... 

Barney Joe, c, lab city, r 62 Porter 

Barnwell Mrs C, bds rear Peachtree bet Bleckley & Wilson ave 
Chas F, whol dry goods,. res 48 Gilmer 
Miss Elsie, r 48 Gilmer '' 

Henry, butcher, bds rear Wilson ave bet Macon & W P'htree 
James H, tel opr C R R, bds 137 Jones ave 
James M, asst yard master C R R, r 137 Jones ave 
John, lab, bds rear Wilson ave bet Macon and W Peachtree 
Lucinda, C, (wid Joseph) r Stephens n Kries ; 

Newton T, driver Eng Co No 5, r 167 Thompson 
Valentine T, pianos and organs, 38 Peachtree, r 48 Gilmer 
Wm E, eng, bds rear Wilson ave bet Macon and W Pchtree 
Wm O, mngr music ^epot S P Richard & Son, r 48 Gilmer 
Barr George R, elk Sou Exp Co, r 118 Richardson 
*' Henry C, messr South ^xp Co, r 118 Richardson 
" Mims, c, lab, r w s Loyd 2 n Alice 

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Eugene, cabinet mkr May Mantel Co, bds 71 Mangum 

Wm L, eng, r 48 Magnolia 
Barrett Bettie A (wid Richard), r 78 Expo grounds 

Charles A, eng W & A R R, r 142 Mangum 

Floyd G, wks Cooledge Bros, bds 78 Expo grds 

F A, policeman 

I Green, carp, r 54 Bush 

Jennie N (wid John), r 11 Bush ^ , 

John M, fireman W & A Ey yard, r 159 Davis 

J B, car insp C R R ; 

Mollie (wid Joseph), r 81 Kennesaw al 

M E, rms 10 W Ellis 

Nelson, c, barber, r 268 Fprt 

Robert, lab, r 52 Bush 
Barrett Rev Robert S, dean St Lukes Cathedral, r 16 Houston 

Mrs S J, solicitor New Home S M Co 

Thomas A, policeman, bds 345 Luckie 

Vason M, tobacco and cigars' 298 Marietta, r 345 Luckie 

Wm, packer Sou Furniture Co 

Wm, bds 344 Whitehall 



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Wm F, wks Sou Sprg Bed Co, bds 78 Expo grds 

Wm L, wks Sou Exp Co, bds 44 Martin 

Wm W, driver Sou Exp Co, r 44 Martin 
Barricklo Mrs Ellen, bds 417 E Fair 

Barrington S Sharp, elk Moore, Marsh «&: Co, r 147 Spring 
Barron Alexander B, carp Pittman & Co, r 184 Fowler 

Chas D, moulder DeLoach Mill Mnfrg Co, r 26 Formwalt 

-Henry W, printer Constitution, r 175 Chapel 
.'John, c, lab, r rear 144 Richardson 

John M, printer Constitution, r 188 Thompson 

Pamelia P (wid Henry), bds 159 Mills 

Thomas J, r 26 Formwalt 

\Vm, c, wks P H Snook & Son, rms 147 Boulevard 
Barraw Hugh V, with Benning Coal Co, r 182 Ivy 

Thomas J, policeman, r 26 Fitzgerald 

Wm, r, lab, r Sugar al 
\ Wm, wks LaFontaine & Ellis 
Barrjr A L, phys, bds 26 Cone 

^Charles M, r iii Washington 

Eugene T, elk Marsh, Smith & Marsh, r 113 W^ashington 

James, helper C A Conklin Mfg Co 

LeSUEUR & RUNGE{fe!?Sa'cIi9J§ 

Barry John A, elk Marsh, Smith & Marsh, bds 113 Washington 

John L, elk R C Black, r 113 Washington 

Mack, eng Atl Saw Wks 
•* Robert L (Draper Moore & Co), r Decatur, Ga 
Barswell Aaron, c; brickmason, r 91 Hilliard 
Bart Eugene, wks Brosius Motor S M Co, r 34 Humphries 

*' Josephine (wid Constant), bds 34 Humphries 
Bartell Charles, helper J F SteinhaUer 
Barter John, wks R & D R R, bds 102 Boulevard 
Barth F Carl, sten C H Behre, r nr Grant's Park 

" Paul T, elk A L Delkin & Co, bds Killian, bey limits 
Bartholomew Lewis, molder Winship Mach Co, bds 778 Marietta 

*' Thomas, wks Smith & Smith, r same 
Bartles James N, driver Renfro Mfg Co, r 42 Howell 
Bartlett Miss Bettie, elk New Home S M Co, bds 168 Luckie 

Charles B, printer Franklin Pub Co, bds 168 Luckie 

Edwin L (Cranston & Bartlett), bds 80 Walton 

Frank R, civil eng A & C div R & D R R 

Julia (wid Isaac) bds 168 Luckie 

Nathaniel M, elk Wellhouse & Co, res 168 Luckie 

Walter, painter R&DRR, rss Marcus 2 e Pearl 
Barton Caleb J, grocer 104 Green's Ferry ave, r 102 same 

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James B, trav Atl Carriage Hdw Co, r 22 Bailey 

Mollie (wid James), bds 18 Kelly 

Robert H, watchman R&D shops, r 14 Howell 

Thomas, lineman Sou Bell Tel Co, r Marietta i e Hampton 

Walter F, bkkpr W U T Co, res 21 Rankin 

Bartsch Arthur, bkkpr N D McDonald & Co, rms Luckie nr Spring 

Barwald David, trav, r 52 McDaniel 

" Morris (M Barwald & C .), r 26 E Humphries 

" M & Co (Morris Barwald), paper 10-12 E Mitchell 

Baskin Arnold C, painter, r 5 Emmett 

Walter A B, mach. Van Winkle Mach Co, r 70 Bush 
Zack S, painter, r Chattahoochee w s 2 s Johnson 

Bass Beverly C, local agt Guarantee Fund Building & Loan Asso, 
bds 24 Piedmont ave 
Elijah H, r, elk Post Office, r 86 Terry 
Erwin, wks R H Webb, bds 447 E Fair 
G A, watchman C R R 

Henry, wks I>owe Bros Cracker Factory, r 251 Mangum 
Miss Henry A, r 52 N Butler 
Howard L, printer Franklin Pub Co, r 48 Tatnall 
Hubbard G, elk J M High,. bds 51 E Cain 



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Bass James A, elk M Rich & Bro, bds 170 Ivy 

James H, eng W & A R R, bds no W Harris 

Julian E, bds 84 Kelly 

J Beauregard, wks Venable Bros, r 84 Kelly 

Lee, c, drayman, r al rear 77 Randolph 

Miss Mamie, tchr Walker St School, bds 170 Ivy 

MAE (wid Wm), bds 48 Tatnall 

R M (wid W B), r 170 Ivy 

Wm A, prin Boys High School, r 51 E Cain 

Basselair L V, brakeman E T V & G R R 

Bassel Thomas, r, porter, r 26 Capitol Square . 
" Tinney, r, cook, r 26 Capitol Square 

Bassett Hilliard R, c wks Nat Surg Inst, r 72 S Pryor 
" R W, tel operator W U Tel Co, bds Whitehall Hotel 
'' Scott, clerk Smith &Stoney, r Decatur Ga 

Bassore Albert, mach Beutell Mnfg Co 

Batchelor James A, r 162 S Pryor 

'' Wm C, elk J R Seawright, r 184 W Peters 

Bateman H, c, wks Kimball House 

" Jerome N (Hulsey & Bateman), r 59 E Harris ■ 
'' Robert c, wks W U Tel Co, r 271 Martin 

Bates Anna (wid John), r 266 Woodward ave 



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Bates Charles K (Bates Kingsbery & Co), r New York 
« Mrs E L (wid John F), r 78 Courtland 
*' George (G Bates & Co), r 139 Luckie 
Bates G & Co, (George Bates), prop Southern Cleansing and 
Dyeing Wks, 24 Walton (See back cover) 

James S, r 154 Thompson 

Jasper M T, wood^yard 300 Decatur 

Jesse, elk Gramling-Spalding-Kingsbery Co, bds 103 Walton 

John F, bkkrp Sciple Sons, r 8 Gartrell 

John T, elk, bds 266 Woodward ave 

Kingsbery & Co (Charles K Bates, Charles S Kingsbery. 
Glover C Elfe), clothing and shoes 30 Decatur 

Mrs Lizzie, with G Bates & Co, r 139 Luckie 

L Taylor, barkpr J A Pappa, r 266 Woodward ave 

Milledge L, banker, r 701 Peachtree 

Robert C, elk BT Megee, bds 140. Thompson 

Robert M, c, wks E Person, r 118 Young 

Russell, c, lab Standard Oil Co, r Newton 

R Charles, wks Dixie Lumber Co, bds 154 Thompson 

Miss Sallie F, wks Atl Paper Co, bds 154 Thompson 

Stephen, c, lab, r 218 C R R 

Wm, c, wks Standard Oil Co, bds 702 Marietta 



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Bates Wilson A, stocks, bonds and loans, 8>^ W Ala, bds 701 
Peachtree 
" W, wks Atl Glass Co 
Batie Gilbert, c, brickmason, r 199 Edgewood ave 
Battis Miss Annie L, teacher Spelman Seminary, bds same 
Battle Alfred F, r, coal & wood 82 Fraser, r 149 Clarke 

A J, elk J M High & Co 

Fehx, r, porter Atkisson & Burge 

George, c, wks E T V & G Ry, r rear 109 Wells 

George W, collr G W Avant, r 6 Mechanic 

John C, elk Schuyler ,& Co, r W E 

Linton, r, carp, r 213 Formwalt 

London, c, lab, r 205 Formwalt 

Miss Mamie, teacher Walker St School 

Martin, c, drayman Gramling-Spalding-Kingsbery Co, r 524 
Piedmont ave 

Mrs Mary E, bds 60 W Harris 

R, c, drayman Kelly & Bro, r Gilmer, bet Fort and Hilliard 

Robert, c, butler A L Beck 

Sandy, <r, wks Woodward Lumber Co 

Scott, Cy r rear 19 Bradbury al 

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" Thomas, wks Southern Furniture Co \ , 

Battle Thomas C (Tigner & Battle), r 486 Crew 

*' Thomas H, bill elk A M Robinson & Co, bds no Ivy 

" VV^m, r, butler Alex King 

'• Thomas J, mach, r High, N Atlanta 
Bandlantt Mary, domestic, r 286 K Fair 
Bauer David, grocer 71 E Harris, bds 59 same . 

" Henry, shipg elk Wellhouse& Sons, res F'syth & Brotherton 
Baugh Elijah L, elk D H Dougherty & Co 

•• Henry, c, cook L E O'Keefe 

'^ Henry B, collr A J Miller & Son, bds 54 N Forsyth 

•' James H, cashier D H Dougherty & Co 

" Jerry, c, wks Van Winkle's G & M Wks, res 72 Chattahoochee 

" Robert, f, driver Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 

" Scott L, policeman, res 130 Wheat 

" Wm, r, lab, r 46 Gemunden 

" Wm, r, blacksmith, r 53 Granger 
Baughan Benjamin F, painter, res 93 Martin 

" Edgar A, painter, r 97 Martin 

" Frederick A, painter, bds 93 Martin ' 

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Baughman George W (Askam &: Baughman), bds 71 Gilmer 

Baum-Driver Novelty Works (J W Baum, J M Driver), 

mfrs models, patterns, and wood and iron workers, 29- 
31 S Forsyth (See cards in classified department) 
Baum John W (Baum*^Driver Novelty Wks), rms 40 Old Capi- 
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*•' Mannes, elk The Fair, bds 23 Washington 
'' Otto, col Capital City Bank, r 151 E Fair 
Baw Henry, c, cook, bds 19 Welton PI 

" Samuel, c, gardener, r 19 Welton PI , , . - 

Bawden Albert, night watch E T V & (} shops, r Herbert, S Atl 
Baxter Andre\v, r 28 W Harris 

" Robert, c, truckman W & A R R • 

R W, trav, bds Adams House 
Sydney, frt cond R & D R R 
Thomas W, sec and treas The Bovd & Baxter Furn Fctv, r 

144 Spring ^ 

Wm, stove cutter Atl Stove & Granite Co, bds 422 Decatur 
" Witter F (Patterson Bros & Baxter), bds 27 Wheat 
Haya Joseph B, elk W A Vernoy, r 5 i Garnett 
Baylock Henry, c, wks All Glass Fcty, r Humphries, near Mary 
Baylor Henry B (Baylor & Baylor), bds 28 Houston 

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'; & Baylor (Tilden G and Henry B), civil engs, court house 
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" Henry D, di;aughtsman Ga. Elec Lt Co, r ^;^ Garnett 
" Henry V, cot buyer J W Sanders, r Edgewood 
Bazzell Richard, i\ peddler, r 114 Markham 

'* Wm, r, lab, bds 140 Elliot 
Beach Bros, (J A G Beach), plumbers, 12 Loyd 
Henry A, ccr sec Amer Mut Loan & Ins Co 
J Aaron G, (Beach Bros), r 192 Capitol ave 
Robert, motorman x\ C Ry Co, bds 796 Marietta 
Solomon W (Beach Bros), r 143 Pulliam 
Sterling, <: barber W R Finley, r W E 
Beadles Henry, i; lab Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, r 232 Crew 
" Henry, <•, grocer, r East Point 

Joseph S, I, butler, r Little bet Reed <^ Eraser 
Robert B, elk J B Daniel, bds 98 Ivy . 
Beal Hugh E, mach Piedmont Engine & Mach Co, r 41 W Geor- 
gia ave 
Beale Josephine P, c\ tchr Summer Hill Schl, bds 105 Houston 
Bealer Alex W, city editor Evening Herald, bds 387 Jackson 

THE JAS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEEL 

Runs Successfully Under Back Water 13 East Alabama Street. 

Bealer George E, editor Evening Herald, r 387 Jackson 

" Miss Gertrude E, tchr Boulevard schl, r 387 Jackson 
Bealer Pierre M, mngr Cireat Atlantic cSi: Pacific Tea Co, bds 

387 [ackson 
Beall Arthur C, 'elk M Rich & Bro, r 87 Nelson 

*' Charles R, bds 476 Whitehall 
Beall Egbert, clothing, hats and gents' furnishing goods 39 
Whitehall, r 476 same 
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George H, elk E Beall, bds 476 Whitehall 
Jas H, bds 113 Howell j 

Mary E (wid Wm M), r 113 Kelly | 
Noble P, elk Patterson «!!c Co, bds 42 Woodward ave 
Rosa J (wid Wesley), bds (i) Savannah 
Samuel P, elk Markham House, bds 42 Woodward ave 
Sarah C (wid John S), r 42 Woodward ave 
Wm I, wks Atlanta Rubber Stamp and Stencil Wks 
'' Wm W, eng R cV D R R, r 177 Nelson 
Bean Abbie L (wid Henry G), r 54 Hood 

Miss Ada, steno Missouri Pacific R^ Co, bds 54 Hood 
Ethram, c\ wks Smith & Simpson 
Henry G, elk Keely Co, bds 54 Hood 



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Bean Miss Nellie, dressmkr Mrs M Anderson, bds 51 Garnett 
Robert L, mngr J F Lester & Co, r 128 Martin 
Wm L, with Gholstin Spring Bed Co, r 54 Hood 
Heane Charles J, trav Baldwin Fert Co, r 141 Pulliam . 
Henry, asst decorator J M High & Co 
Robert M, r 105 Martin • 

Wm R, printer, r Broyles 
Beard Charles R, bkkpr Commercial Oil Co, r ^t, McDaniel 

Edwin N, elk Brady & Miller P'eed and Sale Stables, rms 

160 Marietta 
John, cleaner E T V &: G E R 
Miss Lucie C, teacher Gordon School, bds Peachtree cor 

Ponce DeLeon Ave 
W E, salesman P H Snook &: Son, r 70 Bartow . 
Bearden John, bds 48 Gartrell 
'' Morris, c, lab, r 44 Reed 

Moses, c, yard boy J S Candler, r Edgewood 
W K, bkkpr J B Hightower & Co, bds 120 Whitehall 
"• — Coal and wood, r 69 W^ Georgia ave 
Beardsley Charles, (Bearsley & Son,) r 307 Capitol Ave 
" Charles B, (Beardsley & Son.) bds 307 Capitol ave 
Frank E, bds 307 Capital ave 



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" & Son (Charles and Charles B), gents' furnishing goods, 12 
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Bears Mrs Flora, milliner Mrs E A Moss, r 108 Courtland 
Beasley Anthony E, c, medicines and mail agt 97 Houston, r 233 
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C C, c, elk RMS, r 81 Houston 
Everett, c, waiter, r 64 Chestnut ave 
Judge, c, wks Kimball House, r 164 N Bell 
Mary F (wid G W), bds 97 W Cain 
Thos, c, lab W & A R R, r 171 Magnolia 
Wm L, blksmith, bds 391 S Boulevard 
Beason C S. brakeman W & A R R ♦ 

Beath John M, mngr Ga Ice Co, r In man Park 
Beatie David A, live stock, r 202 Capitol ave 

" Edward B, with D A Beatie, bds 202 Capitol ave 
*' John L (Beatie & Lampkin), r 97 Spring 
Beatie Wm D, propr Atl nurseries, bds 202 Capitol ave 

" & Lampkin (John L Beatie, A C Lampkin), grain and hay, 
54 N Broad 
Beattie Donald S, app mach, W & A R R, bds Highland ave, i 
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Beattie Gordon H, eng Hightower, Rankin & Co, r 97 Glenn 

" James H, painter, r Highland ave i w Hampton 
Beatty Wm H, bkkpr Tread well, Abbott &: Co, r 96 Mangum 
Beaty Lucius J, c (Beaty & Davis), r 152 Fraser 

" & Davis, (L J Beaty Henry Davis) carps 91 N Forsyth 
Beau W B., compositor C P Byrd 

Beaucharnp Abraham, wks Trowbrige Furn Co, bds 17 Factory 
Elijah, bds 17 Factory 
EUsha, wks Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills 
George B, wood yard, 504 Decatur 
George^B, eng R & D R R, r 77 Ga R R 
N R, n-|ich R & D R R shops 
Silvina V, (wid Newton) r 17 Factory 
Wm J, painter, r 100 Foundry 
Beaumont Albert, sec and treas Wood & Beaumont Stove and 
Furniture Co, r 26 Capitol Place 
'* Wm H, pres Atl Consol Bottling Co, r East Point Ga 
Beauprie Arthur W, tel opr E T V & G R R, bds 460 Whitehall 
Beauprie Wm R, supt Ga div E T V & G R R, r 460 Whitehall 
Beaver Jordan, c, lab, r Bellwood, nr Bellwood ave 
Beavers George, r, dravman F R Bunker, r James, nr White- 
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Henry, c, driver Bryant & Cotton 
Henry, grocer, bds James, nr Whitehall, W E 
James L, ])olicfman, r 359 W Fair 
Joseph, elk L Landsberger 1 

J L, fireman E V V & G R R 
Robert, porter Arnol;', Carlton &: McCord 
Wm C, bd^ 144 1-ovtjoy ; 

Beazly Fletcher, c, driver Stocks Coal Co ; 
Bebro L, asst bkkpr Keely Co . ' 

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•' Absalom M. carj) Dobbs Lumber Co, r 66 Lowe 
'• Absalom N, bds 66 Lowe 

•' Albert L (Saml W Goode & Co), r 711 Peachtree 
Beck Alexander, State agt Electropoise "Victory," 23;^ W 
Alabama, r 450 Courtland ave (See p 14) 
Charles G-, bkkpr Saml W Goode & Co, bds 75 Houston 
Edws^rd, baker G Beck t^^ Co, bds 180 Whitehall 
" Gabriel C, elk Troy Stm Laundry, bds 75 Houston 
Beck Gottlieb (G Beck cV Co), r 180 Whitehall • 



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Beck Gottlieb & Co (Gottlieb Beck, George Rapp), proprs 
The Model Bakery 180 Whitehall (See adv, p 43) 
Henderson, c, wks J A J Davis, res 241 Chapel 
Hiram, carp, bds 66 Lowe 
John F, phys and drugs 979 Marietta, r same 
Becl^J Frank, mngr Troy Steam Lndry, res 216 Courtland ave 

•' J M, wks Dobbs Lumber Co 
. " J M, elk Douglass, Thomas & Co 

Beck Miss Leonora, principal I'he Capitol Female College, res 
same (See adv, p 99) 
Lewis H, pres Beck & Gregg Hdw Co, and pres Atl Mach 

Wks, bds Kimball House . , . 

Mrs Margery L, bds 979 Marietta 
Beck Steam Laundry Co, J F Beck mngr, proprs Troy Steam 
Laundry, Atlanta Steam Laundry, Atlanta Towel Sup- 
ply Co, Atlanta Carpet Cleaning Co Mam office 37 
Forsyth (See front cover) 
" Walter, r 32 Capitol Square 
" Wm C, carp, bds 123 Rhodes 
Beck & Gregg Hardware Co, Louis H Beck, pres ; Wm M 
Crumley, v-pres ; Wm A Gregg^sec and treas ; Wm A 
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Beck Walter M, confectioner, 120 Marietta, r same 

'* Wm, wood carver J C Peck & Sod 
Beckham Eugene E, elk R M S, r 58 Criew 

Green, r, wks E T V & G R R 

Robert F, elk C R & M Office, R & D R R, bds 131 Spring 

Wm E (W E Beckham & Co), bds 63 S Pryor 

W E & Co (Wm E Beckham, W A Hampton), agents Hall's 
Hygienic Treatment 2 S Broad 
Bedell Charles A, accountant, r 61 W Cain 

George T, r Oak, WE * 

Stephen, r, driver R O Campbell, r ss Solomon 3 w Martin 

V A, trimmer N C Spence 
Bedford Charles A, cond G P R R, bds 144 Lovejoy 

Harvey H, city detective, r 144 Lovejoy 

John H, appr, bds 144 Lovejoy 

John L, painter, bds 39 Plum 

Margaret C (wid Peter), r 39 Plum 

Rufus S, wks Atl Cot Mills, r i^i Marietta 

Wm P, wks Fenley Furn Co, r 95 Plum ^ 

Bedingfield Charles P, comp Journal, r 32 W Garnett 
" Mrs Sarah A, bds n s Bleckley 4 e of Peachtree 
Bedington Wash, c, lab, r 279 S Terry 



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Beebe Mrs M D, elk Douglass, Thomas & Co, r 162 Edgewoodav 
Beedles Henry, r, grocer, r 74^ "Decatur 
" Henry, r, lab, r 224 Crew 
" Sarah, t-, boarding, r 74^ Decatur 
Beeland W H, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Beerman Miss Josie. teacher Walker St School, r 172 S Pryor 

" Miss Rosie, teacher Davis St School, r 172 S Pryor 
Beermann Charles, (Charles Beermann & Co), pres Atl City 

Brewing & Ice Co, r Kimball House 
Beermann Charles & Co, (Charles Beermann, Joseph Thomp- 
son), proprs Kimball House, Pryor, Decatur and Wall 
G C, batrkpr Kimball House, bds same 
Henry C (Beermann & Silverman), saloon 319 Peters, r ^7? 
Whitehall 

" & Silve*-man (H C Beermann and H Silverman), cigars and 
soda water 41 S Pryor, 1-3 Decaturand 19-21 Peachtree 
Begg Wm, tr^v Bates, Kingsbery & Co, r 269 Whitehall 
Behan Thomas, cond Atl Tracti(S^Co. 
Behre Chas H, mfrs agt, r 62 Cor)per 

Beighle R W, A B & B S, supt Bpys' Dormitory and tchr Eng- 
lish,: Clark Universitv, r same 
Beiser David F, elk J C Beiser, r 258 Decatur 
John C, saloon 258 Decatur 



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Beiter Mathe.w A, paper cutter Atl Constitution office, bds Mary E 

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Belcher Asabannah C, meats 114 Mangum, grocer 151 W Mitchell, 
r 157 same 
Collins H, elk C R R, r 157 W Mitchell 
James E, plumber Hunnieutt & Bellingrath, bds J S Belcher 
John S, plumber Hunnieutt & Bellingrath, r Borne s e cor 

W^terhouse '* 

Louis, wks Guimarin, Engles & Stockton, bds Sunset ave n 

Bellwood ave 
Soloman, r Sunset ave nr Bellwood ave, Bellwood 
Starling V, elk C R R, bds 157 W Mitchell 
Thoma^ L, gassfitter Atl Gas Lt Co, r 176 Chapel 
Wm, plumber, bds Sunset ave nr Bellwood ave 
Belden Josephine C, (wid J) bds 455 Woodward ave 
" Wm J,;earp R & D R R, r 455 Woodward ave 
Belding S A, night elk E T V & G R R, bds 180 W Peters 
Belford-Clarke Co, A J Smith mngr, publishers 44^ Marietta 
Belk ReXr'^amuel R, pastor Payne's M E Ch South, r 

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Allen J (Key & Bell), r 278 Alexander 
Arthur, c, wks Atl Newspaper Union, r 253 Markham 
Charles, r, driver The Brady-Miller F & S Stables, r 14 Loyd 
Charles, c, wks Kimball House ' • 

Charley, c, lab, bds 155 S Forsyth 
Charles, c, haekman, bds 46 Greensferry ave 
Charles E, elk W S Bell Lumber and Invt Co, r 83 Pulliam 
Charles E, elk S C Glass, bds 190 Luekie 
Clifford A, wks W & A R R, r 264 Simpson 
C F, brakeman W & A R R 
Edmund, c, carp Traynham & Ray, r 250 Ivy 
Edw^ard, r, wks T S Lewis, r 31 Reed 
Mrs Emma, boarding, 97 N Pryor 
Ernest, c, wks Atl Glass Wks, bds 398 Richardson 
Miss Flora, r 310 Decatur 
George, c, plasterer, r 115 N Bell 
George A, c, lab, bds 250 Courtland ave 
George K, city salesman, r 183 Crew 
Harrison T, r 22 Simpson 
Henry, c, carp, r 3 Hollins 
Isaac, r, wks Trowbridge Furn Co, r 123 Fort 




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James A H (Ga Soap Co), r West End 
James L, cond A&WPRR, r4J9 Windsor 
John, plumber Guimarin, Engle & Stockton, bds 283 Marietta 
John, r, porter E Kidwell 
John, c, drayman, bds 3 Hollins 

John, r, city lab, bds 359 Eraser • • ; 

John, c, T 38 Porter 

John H, c, mail carrier, bds 74 Rawson — 
Johnson, c, lab, r rear Clark Univ 
Joseph, r, porter G P R R, r 231 W Hunter 
Joseph E, c, barber H J White, bds rear Bethel Ch 
J A, tel opr W U T Co, bds 256 Luekie 
Larkin R, c, lab C R R, r 293 W Fair 
Mack, r, coupler G P R R, r 26 John 
Madison, r 187 Alexander 
Margenius A, lawyer, bds 182 Fulton 
Mary J (wid Marcus), r 73 E Mitchell 
Noble P, elk Caldwell Bros, bds 42 Woodward ave 
N Van, eng W & A R R, r 134 Alexander ^ 
Orelia K, r 73 E Mitchell 
Parmelia (wid Jasper M), r 83 Pulliam 



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Bell Perry, c, driver Anderson, Wylie & Jones 

Pinkey, r, cook G Latamore, r rear 176 Edgwood ave 

Ranse, c, driver Dr W J Tucker 

Richard, <^, brickmkr, r rear 274 Woodward ave 

Richard E, elk Mut Life Ins Co of N Y, bds 97 N Pryor 

Miss Rita, bkkpr Am Notion Co, bds West End 

Rogers, c, dravman Taylor Trans Co, b^s 3 Hollins 

Royal, c, lab C R R 

R C, appr E T V & G R R 

Samuel R, bds 182 Fulton 

Thomas, \-, porter Windsor House, r 253 Eraser ' 

Thomas, wks Dobbs Lumber Co 

Thomas D, car insp, r 32 Rock 

T Howard, (Blount & Bell), r 29 Kimball 

Walter S, pres Bell Lmbr & Inv Co, r 216 Capitol ave 

Wash, r, lab A C St Ry, r Wylie, Reynoldstown 

Wesley, c-, wks G W^ Adair, r rear 549 Peachtree 

Wm, r, foremn bottler Atl Brew & Ice Co, r 13 Chestnut ave 

Wm, carp, bds 87 Piedmont ave 

W^m, 1% wks J D Stocks 

Wm, c, shoemkr, r 6 Parks 

Wm, c, switchm E T V & G R R, r 165 N Bell 



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Bell Wm E, c, shoemkr, 86 S Forsyth, r 10 Leach 
Wm H, grocer 318 Marietta, r 5 Bush 
Wm T, c, shoemkr W E Bell, bds 10 Leach 
W H, caV repr E T V & G R R . • 

Bell W M, r, watchmn C R R 

Bell W S Lumber and Investment Co, W S Bell, pres and 

genl mngr ; R E Mims, sec and treas ; sash, doors and 
blinds, 25-27 Ivy 
Bellah Jefferson D, elk J M High & Co, r 403 Whitehall 

'' Sarah J (wid James W), bds 403 Whitehall 
Bellamy John L, conductor A & W P R R, r 59 Piedmont ave 
Miss Minnie, sten Kimball House, bds 86 Wheat 
Robeh, cleaner E T V & G R R 
Robert, ^, lab, r 257 Chestnut 
" Wm C, sten, r 86 Wheat ; 

BeUenger, see also Ballenger 

" Augustus, baker F M Jack, r 280 E Fair 
Beller Percy, watchman Hightower, Rankin & Co, bds w s Ira, 3 
n Ga ave 
** Robert, lab Hightower Rankin & Co, bds w s Ira, 3 n Ga ave 
Bellingra^h Ada, dressmkr, bds 407, Luckie 

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Charles, office boy, bds 407 Luckie 

Herman, mach, r 407 Luckie 

Herman W, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, bds 177 Crew 

Miss Julia, elk Hart Bros, bds 407 Luckie 

Mary (wid Leonard), bds 177 Crew 
Bellisle Jesse, carp, bds 224 W Peters 
Belliveau Dennie J, elk R G Dun & Co, bds 79 McAfee 
" Edward S, elk Phillips & Crew, bds 79 McAfee 
'' Emma D (wid Dennie), r 79 McAfee 
Bellow John, c, wks Worthams marble yard, r 121 Foundry 
Belyeau Wesley, paper hanger C J Daniel, bds 265 Houston 

'* Wm S, dentist, 6>^ Whitehall, r 265 Houston 
Belmont The, Mrs R G Thompson propr, 62 Walton 
Belnstein Jacob, trav agt, r 43 Courtland ave 
Belsinger Rachel (wid Jacob), r 239 S Forsyth 
Belton Isaac, r, white washer, r 11 7^1 19 Currier 
Belvin G H, blacksmith T S Field, r 131 Thompson 
Benbow Wm C, wks Thomson Houston Elect Co, bds 3 McAfee 
Bence Wm, stone cutter, bds 46 E Mitchell 
Bencini James, cond C R R, bds 422 Decatur 



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fl I VTA I Lll UnnnlflUL uUi y imfgest Stoek of Buggies and Wagons In tbe 

% W PENDERGRASS & CRANE, Props. ) s°«**^- 3a to 41 West Alabama Street. 

^ Bender Charles H, r 109 Humphries 

Davis, c, lab, r 88 Larkin ' » 

Louis, barkpr Wm Bender, bds 50 W Hunter 
Wm, saloon 54 W Hunter, r 50 W Hunter 

Bendetto Gaetano, confectnr 154 Marietta, r same 

Bendo Wm, c, drayman, bds 39 Ella 

Benedict C, carp D Pratt & Co, r Faith Park 

" John J, elk Kattenhorn & Day, r 219 E Hunter 

Benjamin H, (Benjamin & Gronheim), rms loi^ Whitehall 
' John, c, lab, r 27 Crumley 
Joseph, ^, bds 3 Diamond 
Lucy A, (wid Sidney B), bds 19 PuUiam 
Morris, pres Standard Ice Co, r 257 Whitehall 

Benjamin & Cronheim, (H Benjamin S Cronheim) Druggists, 
loi Whitehall 

Benjiefield Robert, painter, r 292 Fulton 

Benner Charles, mngr Construction, Atlanta Elevator Co 

Bennett Miss Annie L, r 66 N Butler 

Barney, c, grocer and barber, 969 Marietta, r same 
Benjamin, lab, bds 40 Bartow 

Bennett Benjamin F Jr, bkkpr Atl Journal, bds 39 Crew 
Caroline, boarding 70 S Boulevard 



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Fine Commercial Printing: a Specialty. Letter Heads, Envelopes, 

Circulars, Statements, etc. 

H&fiKlQiiarteTS for all Iclnds I^aw Blanks* 

Benneti Charles, glass blower, res Pulliam 3 n Vassar 
Charles, elevator mnufr, r iii Jones ave 
Charles K, elk J S Davidson, bds 247 Cooper 
Claude N, trav agt Atl Evening Journal, res 68 Church 
Cuffy, r, lab, res Eliza al bet Linden and North ave 
C F, salesman AtlBeef Co, bds The L'eyden 
Elias L, lab, 'bds 40 Bartow 
Elizabeth F (wid John W), r 3 Hill 
Evin, glass blower, bds 693 S Prypr 
E'L, wks Atl Cotton Mills 
H P, brakeman W & A R R 
Isham, c, carp, r 44 Kennesaw al 



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Bennett Isham, f, gardener, r 51 Richmond 

'* Jack, i\ wood-cutter, r rear 183 E Harris 
Bennett James S, physician, room 5 3d'floor, 66j4 Whitehall, 
r 69 Richardson ' 

James W, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, r Curran, near 
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John E, r 247 Cooper i 

John T, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, r Dillon near 
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Louis, wks U S Marshal's office, r 129 Chapel 

Mrs Lula, grocer 129 Chapel, r same 

Missouri (wid Jesse N), bds 95 Venable 

Musgrove, carp, r Love, s w cor Terry 

N H, trav Phillips & Crew, bds 236 N Boulevard 

Ras, c, driver Beatie & Lampkin, r 86 Mills 

Riley W, grocer Bellwood ave Bellwood, r same 

Smith, solicitor, bds 55 Yonge 

Walter C, bkkpr Freeman & Crankshaw, bds 39 Crew 

Wm, c, wks C J Kamper, r 156 Linden 

Wm, r, wks McDuffie's brick yd, bds Jennings al 

Wm J, bkkpr Dr f R Hopkins Med Co, r 95 Venable 

W W, switchman E T V & G R R 



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David, c, cook Geo R DeSaussure 
Emanuel A, c, stone cutter DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, r Oliver, 

East Atlanta : 
G, c, stone cutter DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, r Reynoldstown 
John M, c, porter Pullman P C Co, bds 66 Orange 
John R, tel opr C R R, bds 108 E Ellis 
Maxwell C, wks Sou Furn Co, r 108 E Ellis. - • . 
Perin, woodworker J M Smith, r 44 Gilmer ^ • 
S A, sten Edison Gen Elect Co ' ■ . ^ 

W, ^, lab Collins Brick Co .-; 

Benteen Frederick W, r Pavilion, nr Grant 

" Frederick W, Jr (Fairbanks & Benteen), bds F W Benteen 

Bentley C, wks Sou Furn Co 

Dozier T, ship elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, r 9 Borne j^ 

Emmett, c, porter McKeldin & Carlton, bds 114^ E. Baker 

Haven, c, driver D Klein, r S Atl . . , 

Henry H, mach Sou Furn Co, r 580 Decatur . 

Heston, c, wks W & A R R, r '56 Rock 

John E, engr Atl Traction Co, r 107 McDaniel * - 

John J, Cy lab, bds Jennings al 

Joseph, r, carp, r Jennings al * 



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Lucy (wid Oliver), r 133 VV Mitchell 

L, c, shoemkr 103 W Peters, r 29 Markham 

Mary (wid Calvin), bds Means, n s Murphy 

Moses H, i\ barber 5 Broad, r 294 Peters 

M E, t, chamber maid, r 138 Elliott 

Oliver W (Delbridge Paper Co), r 182 Angier ave 

Simeon, c, lab, r 103 Larkin 

\Vm A, contractor, r 25 Cornelia 

Benton Andrew, lab A Wachendorff, bds 502 Simpson 

Ben, r, wks Fulton Countv Elec Ry Co, r 48 Nunnally al 
Estella E (wid Wm A), r 59 E Ellis 
Isabella A (wid B E) r 265 Magnolia 
Livi, r, wks Winship Mach Co, r 19 Rasberry al 
Nelson, c, brickmason, r 283 Fort 
Seaborn, c, lab, r rear 209 Highland ave 
" Tony, r, wks Davis Wood Yard, r 85 Jackson 

Benz Wm,' wks Robbins Bros, bds Mrs Tucker 

Berbusse Carl, mngr Gate City Reed and Willow Ware Fct, r 
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Berden Henry, c\ driver, bds 9 Reed 

Berger Joseph R elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, r 45 Wheat 

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\''- Ernest U chemist Atlanta Perfumery Co, r 88 S Pryor 

^* O M, bkkpr OConnor, Ellis &: Co 
Berl-ek see also Barclau (tnd Barkleij 

*' John, (Maier & Berkele) r 328 Whitehall 
Berkins Frank, r, lab, bds 138 K Cain 
Berlin George, apprentice Lemke & Powell, bds 32 Castlebury 

•' Kate (wid Ernest), res 32 Castlebury 
Be man}. .<ee also BanianJ 

" Mrs A H, dressmkr Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, res 398 
S Boulevard 
Alcine H, elk Chamberlin, Johason &Co, r 398 S Boulevard 
Emile, wks Brosius Motor S M Co, r Mason & Turner Rd 
Genet, wine mcht, r Mason & Turner ave 
George S, elk U S Intl Revenue, bds 54 N Forsyth 
John, grape cultivator, r Mason & Turner Rd 
Berne W J, elk Tripod Paint Co, bds 72 Marietta 
Berner Lathar. c, lab, res 198 E Cain 
Bernhardt John, carp, r W Third, bet Ponder ave and McMillan 

" Pete, carp Beutell Mfg Co 
Bernstein Emeil, elk The Fair, bds 157 Whitehall 
Berry Alfred, c, waiter 161 Eraser 



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Berry Augustus, r, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, r 13 Rasberry 

•' Bailey, ^, butler W W Boyd 

• Baylis E, r, cook, r 194 E Harris 

" Charles, wks Atl Gas Co, bds 11 1 Magnolia 

•' Charles M, insurance 52 Marietta, r Park, W E 

'' Charles W, mail elk Constitution, bds 94 Stonewall 

•' David N, r 15 Factory 

" Eugene M, elk Jacobs' Pharmacy, r 89 E Ellis 

'* Frank M, coll Am Trust & Bnkg Co, bds 89 E Ellis 

" George L, elk E T V & G R R, bds 89 E Ellis 

" Harrison, r, boot & shoemkr n s MjcDonough, S Atl, r same 

" James, c, brickmason, r 172 Smith 

• James M, r 94 Stonewall 

• Jane (wid Wm G), r 263 W Fair' 

" John D (Bigby, Reed & Berry), bds Kimball Hse ■ ' 

•• Lucius, r, lab, bds rear 148 E Cain 

" Mae E (wid Wm W), bds iii Crew 

• Margaret P (wid Woodson), r 16 Piedmont ave 
•' Mrs Mary, bds 227 S Pryor ^ 
'' Stephen, c, r 47 Parsons 

" Wm, r, butcher, r 66 Reed 

" Zaehary, c, wks Markham House, r 16 Old Wheat 



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" Mary (wid James), r Old Expo Grounds 
Bert Nathan, r, lab, r 52 Old Wheat 
Bertrand Walter H, tel opr C R R, bds 28 Houston 
Bessellieu C M, elk Auditor's Office R & D R R, bds 37 Church 
Besser Charles A, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, bds 29 Lucy 
R B, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co. bds 29 Lucy 
W Emory, bkkpr Atlanta Gas Light Co, r Bellwood ave, nr 
Jackson, Bellwood . 

Bethea Linton S, policeman, r 493 Woodward ave 
Bethel W A, elk A L Delkin & Co, bds 31 Cooper 
Bethune Benjamin, c, fireman A & W P R R 
Betterton* Absalom C, cabtmkr Trowbridge furn Co, bds 9 Borne 

" Joshua R, eollr C W Wynne, bds 14 Haynes 
Bettie Miss Minnie, folder W^ W Barker & Co, r 167 Thompson 
" T, wks Trowbridge Furn Co 
^' Wm H, carpenter, r 169 Gilmer 
Bettis Horace I, asst treas A C St Ry Co, bds 179 Jackson 
Joseph E (Bettis & Golden), r 163 Walker 
Lizzie, r 44 Hilliard 

& Golden (Joseph E Bettis, Charles L Golden), meat 146 
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Jesse, c\ wks ChemicalWks, r 175 Ellis 
Milton, i\ lab, r 246 Windsor 
Wm R, barber A Nash, r 175 Fort 
Beula Elvira (wid Augustus), r 72 Culver 
Beutell Huss M, prest Beutell Mfg Co, r 99 W Harris 
Beutell Mfg Co The, H M Beutell prest and gen mngr, J H 

• Gay secv and treas, Houston st and R & D R R 
Bevels James T, cafp E T V & Ci R R, r 2 Rockwell 
Beverley Emma (wid Allen), rms 149 E Simpsor^ 
Be vis Joel E, elk | M Friend, bds 42 Crew 
"■ J Walter, student, bds 42 Crew 
" 'Samuel R, elk Freyer & Bradley, r 42 Crew 
Bexley J L, elk F E Collins, r 224 W Peters 
Beyer Frederick (Beyer tS: Sons), r 112 Decatur 
''' Henry (Beyer & Sons), r 112 Decatur 
Martin, (Beyer & Sons), r 112 Decatur 
William, (Beyer & Sons), r 112 Decatur 
& Sons, (Martin. Henry, Frederick, William), bakery 112 
Decatur 
Bibb Harrison, brakeman E V V & G R R, bds 313 Windsor 
*.' Robert, i, house mover, r 166 Howell 






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Bickart Leroy, with Bluthenthal & Bickart, bds 153 Whitehall 

**'^ Monroe*L, (Bluthenthal & Bickart), bds 42 Windsor 
Bickford D F, physician 144 W Peters, rms same 
Bidgood Tully W, butcher, r 357 W Peters 
Bidwell Everett C, ship elk Geo W Scott Mfg Co, r Decatur Ga 
Biedermann Charles A, r 71 E Fair 

** Mrs C, Vienna Coffee House 41 S Pryor, r 71 E Fair 
Biesenthal Isaac, (J Regenstein & Co), r New York city 
Bieser Albert H, (Bieser J M & A H), r 170 Gilmer 
Jacob M, (Bieser J M & A H), r 170 Gilmer 
John C, saloon 159 Decatur, r 330 K Hunter 
J M & A H, (Jacob M, & Albert H), butchers 304 Decatur 
Bigby Alexander, c, cook G H Ruhmann, r 82 Hunnicutt 

[' Hammel S, elk J J & J T McClendon, bds 326 Washington 
** John S, (Bigby, Reed & Berry), r 326 Washington 
Bigby, Reed & Berry, (John S Bigby, John C Reed, John D 

Berry), lawyers 66^ Whitehall 
Biggers Gustavus, (Biggers & Biggers), r 72 Fairlie 
Mrs Lillie, r 94 Luckie 
Stephen T (Biggers & Biggers), r 94 Luckie 



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" Wm, c, wks H Pitts, r Piedmont ave 
'' W R, elk pur dept R & D R R, bds 92 Luckie 
Binder Allen, eng E T V & G R R 
Billings Anson E, eng Ga Elec Et Co 

Frederick S, grocer 258 Elliott, r same 
James S (Smith & PJillings), bds 86 Richardson 
John, grocer, r 86-89 Haynes 
Joshua, r, shoemkr W B Tunsell, r 27 Lynch al 
Samuel, r, wks W V Blesch, bds 131 Butler 
Wm, wks Gate City Coffin Facty. bds 87-89 Haynes 
Billup Robert, t, lab, r 213 Forrest ave 
Billups Albert L, f, waiter Ballard House, r Cirace al 
'' R R, elk R M S, r Decatur 
'* Wm, ^, lab W H Stowers, r 487 E Fair 
Bingham Joseph, wks city, r 22 Nelson 

" Mrs Lula, dressmkr, r 69 Crew ' 

Binnie Alexander, carp, bds 187 Plum . . • 

Binyon Wm, ^, wks Stewart & Bowden 
Bippus John, capitalist 18 N Pryor, r 701 Piedmont ave 
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" Margaret M (wid Edmund P), bds Park, W E r 

y Tim, ^, wks R & D R R, res 136 Bradley . 

Bird, see also Byrd • ' 

Algier, c, porter Hogan & Co 

A Gaddis, mounter Ga Stove & Range Co, bds Bellwood 

Caleb, c, blksmith Atl Carriage & Wagon Wks 

Edgar, wks Atl Glass Co , ' = . . 

Edward, c, wks Kimball House 

Foster, c, wks Atl Gas Co, res 129 Formwalt 

George, c, lab Ad Gas Lt Co, r 6 C R R 

James, c, wks E T V & G shops, r Sou Atl 

Miss Julia, milliner E M Jackson, bds 40 Ivy 

Kate (wid John), r 40 Ivy 

Linton, ^, lab, r rear 93 Fraser ' •. 

Lucy, r 93 Haynes ^ 

Mark, ^, preacher, r S Atlanta 

Robert, bds 123 Decatur ' - 

Samuel, c, driver Morgan & Br^, r 226 Central rd 

Sarah, (wid Judson) r 86 Gilmer * 

S, wks Dobbs Lumber Co 

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Bkkenbusch Emma, (wid John A) wks J B Daniels, r 188 McAfee 
Birney Theodore W, (Blalock & Birney) bds 326 Spring 
Bisaner Miss Grace S, elk Bolles & Bruckner, bds 38 Powers 
" Miss Hattie L, r 80 Walton 
'* Samuel B, eng ] H Spilman, bds 38 Powers 
Bishop Andrew, elk W E Venable, b^s 20 Gordon, W E 
*' Charles H, c, waiter Kimball House, r rear 60 Orange 
'* E P, bkpr, bds 77 Fairlie 
Bishop Freeman A, secy The Sou An Glass Co, bds 48}^ 
Dec^atur 
George D, opr Postal Tel Co, r 183 S Pryor 
George W, drugs 524 Decatur, r 255 Houston 
Mrs Ida E, physician, r 236 E Fair 
John H, elk W & A R R, r 394 Luckie ^ 
Bishop John V, contractor and bldr, r 86 Summit ave (See 
\ adv, p 53) 
Martha M (wid Charles), r Abbott, Bellwood 
Miss Sarah, cook J A Netherland 
Thomas J, tel opr W U Tel Co, bds 161 S Pryor 
Thomas L, (Bishop & McWhorter), r 246 E Cain 
Wm H, tailor i6>^2 Whitehall, r 183 S Pryor 



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Biter Matthew A, trimmer Constitution, r iii Walton 
Bitgood Frederick C, master machanic Atl C St Ry Co, r 45 High- 
land ave 
Bivins Lee G, c, coachman, r 164 Linden 
Bivings Wm B, wks W & A R R shops, bds 276 Simpson 
Bixby B H, painter W S McNeal, bds 169 Thompson 

" Frank S, eng Atl Cotton Mill, r Gordon, nr Lawton, W E 
" Samuel E, chief eng Fulton Co St Ry Co, r Gordon, W E 
Bizzell Emnia, (wid Seaborn D), bds 273 Woodward ave 
Emma (wid Stephen B), bds. 138 W Pine 
Hattie S, (wid Wm D) bds 72 Walton 
James B, carj) L H Hall & Co, bds 138 W Pine 
Miss Nettie, elk White S M Co, bds 138 W Pine 
W B, wks Sou Agrl Works 
Black Anna^I, (wid Curtis) r 3 McAfee 
** Charles P, blksmith, r 58 Mangum 
*' C E, elk R C Black, bds 222 Washington 
Black David C, real estate and loans 39JN Broad, r Pchtree rd 
Eugene P, real estate 12 N Pryor, r 410 Peachtree 
Frederick W, mngr Turner & Campbell, bds 3 McAfee 



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*• John, c^ wks Van Winkle (iin and Mchy Co, r 262 Mangum 
•' John T, moulder, r 334 Mangum 
Black Josa R, trav agt Hodges Bros, Baltimore, notions and 
dress goods, 34;^ Decatur, r 494 Whitehall 
J D, switchmn W & A R R 
Leonard T, carp, r 89 Chapel 
Lindsey, lab Van Winkle G & M Co 
Mary (wid Lawson), r 72 Spring «- " 

Mollie (wid Charles), feeder Atl Paper Co, r 242 PuUiam 
Nellie P (wid Geo K), bds 652 PeachtreV 
P N, rms 39 old Capitol bldg . 

" Robert W, wks Thomson Houston electrc repr work, bds 142 
Courtland ave 
Black R C, shoes 35 Whitehall, r 222 Washington 
Thomas F, bds 72 Spring , 

Thomas J, bartndr J N Lewis, r 21 Moore 
Thomas W, wks Brvjsius Motor S M Co, bds J T Bradley 
Black Wm H, attorney 32-34 Equitable Bldg, bds 410 Peach- 
tree (See card classified) ; 
'' W B, wks Woodward Lumber Co 
'* W L, switchman W & A R R ' ' 



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Black & Mcintosh (James R Black, Clarke 'i' Mcintosh), grain, 

17 E Alabama 
Blackburn A, r, coremkr Atl Mach Wks, r Solomon, 2 e of Eraser 
Blackburn Benjamin M, editor-in-chief Evening Herald, r 
150 Washington 

Frances A (wid J C C), bds 62 Merritt's ave 

John C, bricklayer, r s s Little, bet Capitol ave and Eraser- 

Martha (wid Scott), bds 169 Haynes 

Perry, r, wks J H Holland, bds 12 College 
Blackburn Robt B, attorney 20 >^ E Ala, bds 126 Washington 

Roy, brickmason, bds 499 Whitehall 

W A, elk R M S, r 170 E Hunter 
Blacker Willie M (wid Charles B), r 104 S Forsyth 
Blackford Nannie (wid Alexander), r 128 S Pryor 
Blackman Anderson, r, lab Atl Mach Wks, r 65 Winship al 

" Benjamin B, wks E T V & G shops, r w s Gate City i n 
Ga ave 

Borto, r,* brickmason, r 284 Fulton 

Chas C, eng R &: D R R, r 446 Wheat 

David, c, janitor Ivy St School, r 270 Piedmont ave 

E, r, wks Sou Furniture Co. 

J'^seph E, janitor Piedmont Ave School, r 220 Piedmont ave 



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Blackman Miss Rosa, wks At) Paper Co, l)ds 66 Gate City 

'• Willis H. mnrh K T V cK: G Rv, 1 285 Crumley 
Blackmon David D. chf tng J^^ilton Hag iV- ( x)t Mills, r s s Water- 
house 2 e Borne 

*• Miss Hattie, r 126 Alexander 

*' James M, mach R cS: I) R R. r 15 Lucy 

** J J, mach Met St Ry Co . 

'* Thomas L eng Cia R R. r 32 Fitzgerald 
Blacknall Betijamin (), elk S M Inman & Co, bds Park cor Lee, W Y. 

" Henry S. elk W R Hoyl. bds Park cor Lee, \\ E 

*' Robert E. elk P ( ). bds Park cor Lee, WE 

" Thomas H (J Y Rankin ^: Co), bus mngr Cia Excursion Club 
to World s Fair, r W F^ 
Blackshear John N. i. elk Collr U S Lul Revenue office, bds 182 N 

Butler 
Blackshear Dr J Emmet, with demkina Chemical Co, bds 
78 E Mitchell 

*• VVm, r, lab, res 138 E Baker 
Blackstock Jackson J. mason, res 1 .74 W Pine 

'' Jasper, carp, r 322 E Fair 

*• John, stonemason, r 76 Rennesaw al 

'' Joseph J W, lab, bds 124 W Pine 

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{Latest Improved.) Lasts 50 Years or More in Regular Use. 13 E. Alabama St. 

Blackstock Miss Lula, dressmkr Mrs M T Whitlock, r 322 E Fair 

Marcellus, lab, bds 124 W Pine 

Marston, drayman Sims, Astin <!v: Co 

Mary (wid James), r rear 42 Elm 

Miss Ora, dressmkr Odair & Shumate, bds 86 Bartow 

Robert H. moulder Ad Mach Wks, bds 322 E Fair 

Thomas, brickmason, r 69 Leonard 

Walter W, mach R &: 1) R R, bds 322 E Fair 
^' Wm H. r 88 Bart w 
'• ^Vm K, mason, r 128 W Pine 
Blackstone Alfred E, wks Sou Terra Cotta Wks, r W FI 
Blackufn J. mach Met St Rv Co 
Black welder D F, eng E r V & G R R 

*' M P, fireman E T V & G R R 
Black well George A, bkkpr E T V & (i R R, r 23 Gate City 

John, cond G P Ry 

Mrs Lizzie, associate editor Southern Alliance Farmer 
Slackwood John H, editor Southen. Life & tchr Gordon schl, 

bds 80 Walton 
Blades Mrs Mary, wks F E Block, bds 25 Hills ave 
Blair (^ Dawson, coupler (ia R R, r 8 Moore 



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1%1 " Nathan N, elk I M Blair, r 355 W Peters 
S.S,* •• Richard C, r, boiler mkr, bds 60 George 
a!rf • " Samuel W, wks Fulton B & C Mills, rms 70 S Boulevard 
5 " •• Wm S, butcher, r 347 14 W Peters ' , 

•2 1 Blake Archie A, r, wks Co Schl Commissioner, r 23 Trenholm 
'' Clarence, r, brickmason, r 132 Bell 
'• David O, postal elk, bds 177 Woodward ave 
'' Floyd, c, lab, r 26 Rawson 
• Harrison, c, lab (i T Mills, r 20 Vine 
'• Harry, printer Constitution, bds 284 Spring 
'• Henry, f, wks Sou Exp Co, r 298 Eraser 
" Henry A, r 186 Fulton 

'• John, foreman Sou Belting Co, r 18 Hightower . ' 
•• Joseph, c wks W^ & A R R, r 72 Richmond 
•• Josie (wid (ieorge). bds 79 Magnolia 
•' Silas, c, lab, r 35 Fort 
'* Warren P, foremn Fulton Co St Ry shops 
Hlakely Charles, c, shoemkr, r 144 Butler 
Blakey Zach, c, lab, r Robbins al 
Hlalock Alexander, porter Tiller & Sunles 

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•J^ " Lyman, r, driver H S Nash, r Sugar al 

> '' Pink, c, lab W^ &: A R R 

r^ " & Birnev (Charles Z Blalock. Theodore W Birney), lawyers 
UJ 23 >4 Whitehall 

Blanchard E W, travs Draper, Moore & Co, r Crystal Springs Miss 
John, c, wks Kimball House 
Moses C, r 125 W Mitchell 
Thomas C, bds W Fourth, s w cor Guyton 
Tom, r, waiter Folsom's, r 511 Piedmont ave 
Wade H, r 76 Rock 

Wm H, mach, r W Fourth, s w cor Guyton 
£^^ Blound Richard, c, lab, r State, n s Emmett 
22 '' Wm E, r, r 100 W Mitchell 

Blankenship James E, wks Trowbridge Furniture Co, r McDonald, 
s e cor Badger 
*' Robert, lab, r Garden bet Love and Little 
'' Wm D, engGa Soap Works, r 690 W^oodward ^ve 
Blanton Benjamin, r, gardener, r 266 Linden 
'* John, r, white washer, r rear 78 Richardson 
'* John J, elk John Ryan's Sons, bds 164 S Forsyth 
'* John J, ins agt, r 189 Loyd 

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*i " 'S L, silverpfater, bds 181 Marietta 

«* Blassingame Ira, fireman Ga R R 

°- - Oscar H, eng (; R R, r 4 S Moore 

c *' Wm W, engineer Ga R R, r 286 Decatur 

« ^ Bleckley Logan, dept elk Supreme court, r 215 ivy 

" Logan E, chief justice Supreme Crt of Ga, res 247 Peachtree 
Blesh W F, barber, 9 W Alabama, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Bleoins Mrs Ida, (wid J C,) bds n s Bowden 6 e Peachtree, n All. 

*' Prince, r, porter Reid & Stewait, r 233 N Butler 
Bliem Herman (Bliem c\: Leyh), r 254 W Peters 
Bliem & fjeyh. (Herman Bliem, Conrad Leyh), stm bread and 
i)retzel bakery 127 W Peters, and grocers 411 W Peters 
Bliley Frank X (Bliley & Haygood), r 79 Piedmont ave 

'' & Haygood (Frank X BlileyV>-\ Judson Haygood), under- 
takers, 40 S Pryor ^ 
Block- Frank C, cor elk F E Block, bds 550 Peachtree 
Block Frank E, candy and cracker mfr and whol fancy gro 

cer, 35, 37, 39 E Alabama, r 550 Peachtree 
Blocker Daniel N. shoemkr, r 412 Decatur 

" Oscar J, pressman Fultan B& C Mills, r Berean ave, bet 
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" John F, chief elk R M S, room 25 Custom House, r 210 Ivy 
*' J P, elk R M S, r 109 Spring 
Blood Balm Co, Asa (r Candler prest, Louis M Gillam secy, 42*4 
Decatur 
" , James, r, driver S F Knapp 
Bloodworth Clarence, elk Chamberlin, J & Co, bds 22 Georgia ave 
Mrs Emma, r 22 W Georgia ave 

Herbert R, rec teller Atl Natl Bnk, bds 49 Woodward ave 
James M, elk Chamberlin, J & Co, r 22 W Georgia ave 
Jason G, bkkpr Atl Compress & W Co, r 344 Whitehall 
Bloodworth Litt, sec and treas £ Atl Land Co, bds 344 
Whitehall 
" Sol, stenogr United Underwriters Ins Co, bds 344 Whitehall 
Bloodworth Thomas H P, genl agt Union Central Life Ins 

Co, r 49 Woodward ave 
Bloomendale Charles R, wks Fulton Cot Mills, r 35 Factory 
Bloomfield Elizabeth (wid Michael), r 87 E Hunter 
Patrick J. elk Rice & Saxe, r 87 E Hunter 
Richard R, elk C R R, r 21 Pulliam -♦ 

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'' Jeremiah, bkkpr, r Oak, W^E 
•' John, saloon 156 Marietta, r no Walton 
• John T, r 267 Peachtree 

•' Joseph, r, wks Delbridge Paper Co, bds 109 Lowe 
Louis B, c, wks Ballard Trans Co, r 175 Wheat 
L N (wid J T), r 376 Hilliard 
Miss Mamie, wks J S Watson, r 142 Wheat 
Michael H, dept Sheriff Fulton Co, r 14 Markham 
Patrick J, elk C R R, r9 Warren pi 
'' Miss Susie J, bkkpr Gate City Bank, bds 135 Ivy 
- Mrs S V (wid Dr J E), r 135 Ivy 
" Walter B, wks A & W P R R, r 156 Thompson 
Blue Bosson B, r, wks Sou Terra Cotta Wks, r 248 Chapel 
Blue Ernest W, watches, clocks, jewelry and diamonds, 73 
Whitehall, r 321 Boulevard 
Nelson, r. drayman A H Benning, r rear 50 Cone 
Ridge Marble Co, W S Saul agt, 1 2 Gate City Bank bldg 
Vesta, wks Atl Cotton Mills 
W D, wks Atl Cotton Mills 
Hluthenthal Aaron (Bluthenthal & Bickart), r 345 Whitehall 



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Marietta (See right top lines) 
Board of Health, W S Armstrong pres, J B Baird sec, Chamber 

of Commerce bldg 
Boartfield Adam F, wks Sou Furn Co, bds 283 Marietta 
Samuel, carp, res 283 Marietta 
Samuel L, mach, bds 283 Marietta 
Miss Susie, artist Atlanta Art Union, bds 283 Marietta 
Miss Wessie, artist Atlanta Art Union, bds 283 Marietta 
Wm VV, mach, bds 283 Marietta 
Boatenreiter Charles B, ship elk Sou Furn Co, r 51 Houston 

" John B, plmbr Guimarin, Engles & Stockton, r 51 Houston 
Boatfield Jacob S, mach E T V & G shops, r 327 Windsor 

*' Wm M, gas fitter Atl Gas Light Co 
Hobo Chainey, grocer Bellwood ave n w cor Chestnut, r same 
George W (Bobo & Hood), r 23 Carter 
John H, photographer 208 W Peters, r 3 Ella 
John M, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, r 107 Plum 
Robert, v\'i|s Atl Cotton Mills 

& Hood (Geo W Bobo, Robert J Hood), grcs 240 Marietta 
Hock Leo, artist and engraver 30 >4 W Mitchell, r W E 



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g . Bodifnhamer Joshua A, printer J F Harrison cV' Co, r 410 V 
giiig Bodre Tiny A (wid Nathan A), r (3) Savannah 
2 * < Boeckh, ,<€€ also Beck. 

iS2 " Charles, civil engineer, r 75 Houston 
^<0 Boettcher Richard, wholesale liquors, bds Scarratt House 
Boefield F, wks Southern Furniture Co 
Bogajski \Vm, fireman Fire Co No 5, r 130 Crew 
Bogan Isham, r, city lab, r 155 Larkin . 
Bog^en Joseph A, tailor Hirsch Bros, bds National Hotel 
Boger Elijah, c, flagman W ^- A R R 
Boggan Sarah A (wid W P), bds 69 Wheat 

'f Wm C, saloon 7 E Alabama, r 69 Wheat 
Bo^gers Wm A, carp, r Bellwood ave, Bellwood 



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V Wm, wks Fulton Bag c\: Cotton Mills 

Boggus Arthur A. wks Sou Agrl Works, r 352 North ave 
i;*- 'Francis M, mechanic, r 240 Linden 
I* Thomas B, eng E T V ^: C R R. r 77 Gate City 
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Bogman George W, bkkpr All Newspaper Union, r 63 Richardson ^ f^ 

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Bohannan Frank, r, wks Excelsior Wks 
Bohanon Joseph A, carp, r 112 Hill 
41 *' Wm F, r 104 Mangum 

?ohler John H, eng Sou Terra Cotta Wks, r West End 
ohnefeld Charles, cabinet mkr e s N Forsyth bet Marietta and 
'^ Walton, r 35 Poplar 

^ohr Morris, barkpr, r 65 Hayden 
Roland James, wks Ga R R, bds 55 E Harris 
poland Kells H, physician and surgeon and proprietor National 
' Surgical Institute 72 Pryor, r same ^^ 

iBolden Samuel, c, wks Winship Mach Co, r Tumlin bet 5th and jg- 
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2Sq i' *' Samuel jr, c, wks Winship Mach Co 

B ; !l *' Wm, c, lab, r Tumlin bet W 5th and Gallatin. 
^<i *' Wm, c, wks Technological Inst 
^lO^Boldin Joseph M, r, shoe mkr, 208 Wheat r 170 Washington 
^ Q si <* Wesley, c, wks Ga R R Co. r Grace Alley 
« i "; Boldridge R M, foreman E T V & G R R 
^ S wi B^^^s ^^ ^^ ^' carp, r 702 Woodward ave 
£^z Bolin Nathan, c, carp, r 55 Kennesaw al 

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15()llcs Burrel, wks Expo Mills, bds 70 Old Expo grds 
- Charles, bkkpr Sou Oil Co, bds 102 E Pine 
' CI), elk Bolles & Bruckner, bds Ashby cor Porter, VV E 

Bolles George F, (Bolles & Bruckner), r W E 
" Tobias, r, caller G P R R, r 40 Victoria 

Bolles & Bruckner, (George F Bolles, Eugene Bruckner), 
books stationary & fancy goods 6-8 Marietta 

BoUmann Wm, watches, clocks and jewelry 10 Whitehall, r 
8? Marietta 

lk)lsius Anthony H, elk G R R, r 231 E Hunter 
" Eugene, finisher Beutell Mfg Co, bds 231 E Hunter 
'' V, wks Atlanta Show Case Wks, r 231 E Hunter 

liolton Channing M, chf eng R & D R R, r 148 Whitehall , 

" Frances (wid Andrew M), bds 86 Smith ; 

" R E, driver Atlanta Consldt Ry Co, bds 191 Luckie | 

" Wm A, car|), res Piedmont ave, 2 n Bleckley ave | 

lioniar Anthony, r, carp, r 333 Capitol ave 
'' Henry, c, i)orter American Bap Pub Society, bds 280 Crew 
'• John H, elk John Silvey & Co, bds West End 
" Peter, r, wks Kimball House, bds 280 Crew 
" Wilson, c, lab A J Jolly & Son, r 357 Edgewood ave 



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Bomar WilliaiS, safes, r 138 Crew 
Bonaparte Napoleon, r, lab, r 139 Markham 
Bond James E, elk R M S, r 237 Cooper 

John S, elk T M Moore, r 14 Hilliard > 

Joseph T, carp, r 182 Chestnut ' ' 

Sarah C (wid T H), r Factory, bet Tennell and Prisock al 
Thomas L, elk Allen & Boylan, bds 10 Hilliard 
William, wks Trowbridge Furn Co, bds 15 Schofield 
Bonds Lucius, r, yardman-C M Morris, r Edgewood 
Bondurant John T, collr Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, r 22 Humphries 

" Robert, r 5 Bluff j 

Bone James, r, coachman W^ A Hemphill | 

'• Mrs James C, r 45 Rhodes | 

•' Wm H (Respess & Co), r 226 Ivy j 

'' Wm H, policeman, r n s Tennell i e Lee 
Bones James W, asst treas Atl Natl Bldg & Loan Asso, r 131 S 

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Bonham Jack, r, lab, r 113 Larkin | 

Boniface B, elk The Ryan Co . , 1 

Bonnar Mrs Mary F, r 104 S Forsyth * | 

Bonnell Wm A, station hse keepr, r 65 Eraser 1 

Bonner George, r, lab, res 68 Mills 



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Jerry, c, res rear 19 Lowe's al 
Jerry, c, gardener, res 194 Fraser 
John, foreman G E Johnson 
John, c, janitor 43 ^o E Ala, r 221 Ivy 
Joseph, c, lab, r Terry s e cor Ga R R 
Robert, c, wks T C Meador, res 351 Fort 
Booker Ed, c, lab, res 317 Hilliard . . 

Frank, r, driver Mrs J no Keely, r 313 Fraser 
George, c, lab, r 302 Wheat 
George F, wks Sou Agrl Wks, bds 84 McAfee 
Green, c, painter, r 171.N Butler 
John T, wks Sou Agrl Wks, bds 84 McAfee 
Susan A (wid Wm M), r 84 McAfee 
W A, brakeman W & A R R 
Bookout Henry W, elk Bradstreet, bds 189 Mangum 
Boone Adam, V, drayman J J <S; J E Maddox 
Edward Kinch, carp, r 253 E Hunter 
Henry, ^, buder F H Orme 
H Clinton, elk, bds 253 E Hunter 



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Boone Jack, V, wks W &: A R R, bds 94 Thurmond 

" John, ngt wchtman Sou Phosphate Wks, bds 7 Savannah 
'* John W, mach hd Willingham & Co, bds 23 Garnett 
" Mitchell, r, shoemkr, 166 Decatur 
Boossorre Albert, carp, bds 540 Decatur 
Booth E, wks Atl Glass Co 

Frances E (wid G I), r 244 Elliott 

F P, fireman R & D R R, r 2 Cornelia 

Robt, c, lab, r 34 Dover 

Samson, watchman Winship Mach Co, r 97 Foundry 

Walter H, trav Atl Carriage Hdw Co, bds 44 Larkin 

Wm K, blksmith 6 Garnett, r.44 Larkin 
Boozer D T, bds 45 Wheat 
Bord Cornelius, c, wks Atl Excelsior Wks 

Borde G U, dist eng Edison Gen Elect Co, bds Kimball House 
Boring Ire^a (wid J M), r Emmett, cor Ponder ave 

James W, wks R & D R R, r 280 E Hunter 

Jesse W, elk R & D R R, r 280 E Hunter 

John T, c, carp, r 306 Hilliard 
" William, wks Elect Car Co, r Emmett, nr McMillan 
Born Fletcher, wks Manning Furn Co 

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John M, insurance, r 269 E Fair 
John M, elk T L Swift, bds 269 E Fair 
Thomas J, wks Manning Furn Co, bds Howell's Mill rd nr 
junc Marietta 
Borne W P, wks Trowbridge Furn Co 
Bornemann Henry, tailor C G Winn, r 457 Whitehall 

" Otto A, elk Beermann & Silverman, r 375 Whitehall 
Borokoff Tobias, blksmith Atl Ice Co 
BoroschoffI, tailor, r 1721^ Decatur 

Morris, tailor Eiseman' Bros, res 28 N Butler 
Samuel, peddler, r 106 Gilmer 
Borum Miss M Alice, artist & art school 66}4 Whitehall 

'* Will, r, barber S T Parker, bds 178 E Cain 
Bosard Wesley R, genl secty R R branch Y M C A 36% S 

Broad, res 51 E Harris 
Bosch£ Richard C (R C Bosche & Co), r 86 W Foundry ' 

Bosche R C & Co, (Richard C Bosche), painters, 7)^ S Broad 
Boseman Abner, r, porter J J & J E Maddox 

*' Berry, r, porter J J & J E Maddox 
Bosh E, c, wks A C St Ry Co 
Bossardt Charles, butcher, r 27 Hilliard 



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" PENJ^RGRASS & CRANE, Props. C ^«*«/1 J 35 to 4i ca«»t Ai^bMtm sti*«t. 

Bosse Louis H, printer, r 385 E Hunter 

Bossone Fred, wks Atl Glass Co, res McDaniel Rd 3 s Buena Vsta 

Bostian John, grocer 124 Grant, r 126 same 

Bostick Arthur B, (Parsons & Bostick), r 122 Loyd 

Clyde, bds 122 Loyd 

Emmet L, elk genl mngrs R & D R R, bds 122 Loyd 

H, wks H Crankshaw & Co 

Joseph, c, porter J J Logue 

Marietta (wid Rufus), r 386 Rawson 

Marshall, c, porter Spencer & Hancock 

Rufus E, elk I S Mitchell, bds 386 Rawson 

R L, elk The Ryan Co 
Boston Frank M, elk W & A R R, r Marietta, Ga 

Fred A, fireman W & A R R, r 352 Haynes 

Julius E, fireman W & A R R, bds 352 Haynes 

S W, cond W & A R R 
Bostrom Ernest A, foreman Telephone Excg, r 97 Capitol Square 
Bostwick Annie E (wid Thomas R), r iii Walton 

James G, trav Atl Woodenware Co, r 470 Woo4ward ave 

Wm H, wks H Crankshaw & Co, r 32 Windsor 
Boswall George L, con E T V & G R R, r McDaniel nr Rockwell 
Boswell Jack, ^r, lab C R R, r 41 Delbridge 



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" Wm R, c, porter A Dexter Flagg, bds 42 Delbridge 
Bosworth Don B, (Drs I M & Don B Bosworth), r 24 Garnett 
Frederick P, fireman W & A R R, r 103 W Fair 
Howard L, sten, bds 28 Garnett 
James L, drummer, r 157 Courtkmd ave 
•' Joe, fireman Met St Ry Co 
BoS'WOrth Josiah M, (Drs J M & Don B Bosworth), r 24 

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Bosworth Drs J M & Don B, (J M & Don B Bosworth), 
physicians, eye, ear, throat and lungs loi Marietta 
" P F, supt Sou Furn Co, bds 21 Washington 
Botch Arthur, bkpr, bds 81 Luckie 

Bothwell Charles E, bkkpr Georgia Loan, Savings and Bnkg Co, 
bds (22) Church 
*' Harper T, bds 13 Hill 
Bothwell Roger L, State agt The Sou Loan and Investment 
Co, of Richmond Va, 233^ Whitehall, r 13 Hill 
" Walter G, elk Jos Thompson, bds 13 Hill 
Bough Edgar, c, plasterer, r 92 Venable 

Bougon Martin, glass blower, bds Fortress ave, 4 s Buena Vista ave 
Boulden Joe, r, shoemkr, r rear 202 Washington 

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Boulden Oscar, t, butler C H Arnold 

Bouldin F T, elk audtr's office R & D R R, bds 236 N Boulevard 

Bourn Catherine C (wid W J), bds Chestnut, bet Jett and Kennedy 

Clemmie, elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, r 237^ Peters 

John T, carp, r 186 Magnolia 

Millie (wid W H), r 227 W Peters 

Miss Neppie, wks Foote & Davies 

Thomas W, tinner, r 56 Lambert 
Bourne W H, mach Van Winkle Gin & Mach Co 
Boutell Anna M (wid John), r 202 Courtland ave 

'* George H, carp, r 197 Foundry 
Bovan Charles L, comp Journal, r 41 Poplar 
Bowden Emma, r 161 Mangum 

Elias W, carp, r Piedmont ave N Atl 

Elliott H, brickyd, r 74 Capitol ave 

Jesse, Cy lab, r 12 (8) Gregg 

John M, wks E T V& G shops r i Gate City 

J Quincey, train dispatcher W & A R R, bds 55 Luckie 

Mattie S, school, r i Gate City 

Michael A (Stewart & Bowden), bds Kimball House 

Thomas, carp L H Hall & Co, r n s Fritz, 3 e Piedmont ave 

Thomas M, elk claim dept R & D R R 



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Bowden Walter P, salesman J M Friend, r 41 Jones ave ' 
" Wm L, fireman A & W P R R, bds 161 Mangum 

Bowen Alfred, r, helper W K Booth 

Alonzo L, elk Cooledge Bros, r Expo grds 

Andrew J, r 302 Luckie 

B Wyly, elk C D Kenny, bds 213 S Pryor 

Caroline (wid Hiram), r 327 W Fair 

Charles, cashier The Dresden, r 213 S Pryor 

Charles H, sten A J McBride, bds 172 S Forsyth 

Charles J, carp, bds Ponder ave, n w cor W Third 

C S, coupler W & A R R 

Dock, t", drayman A M Allen 

Earnest, painter, bds 82 Foundry 

James, coachman, r 343 Rawson 

James, c, porter S W Day, r w s Gullatt 4 s Woodward ave 

James, tinner Ray & Son 

Bowen James B, plumber 16;/^ E Hunter, r 185 Loyd 
James C, (Crankshaw & Co), r 172 S Forsyth 
James M, carp, r 488 Courtland ave 
John, tinner Moncrief & Bro, bds 210 W Fair 
John, c, drayman, W C Hudson, r 34 Greens Ferry ave 
Joseph M, tinner C A Conklin Mfg Co, r 300 W Fair 



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Bowen Lon L, saloon kpr, r 90 Expo grds 

'* Louis F, yd cond W & A Ry, r 344 Mangum 

" Louisa E (wid George W), r 14 Brotherton 

" M H, elk The Fair, bds 22 Washington 

'* Randolph, <:, servt S W Day 

*' Robt, r 639 Peachtree 

" Rowland J, elk Edison Genl Elec Co, bds 66 Houston 

*' Simon, c, barber 155 W Peters, r 97 Larkin 

'* Thomas, c, porter 85 E Hunter 

" Thomas S, mngr Durham Med Co, r 213 S Pryor 

" Thomas W, tinner 231 Marietta 

" T T, car inspr R&D shops 

** Webster B, carp, r 11 Plum • 

'* Wm H, grocer 213 W Peters, r same 

'* W Henry, butcher, r 20 Kennesaw al 

** W Robert, carp, bds 302 Luckie 
Bowens John, <:, lab, r n s North ave, i W of Vine 
Bower Richmond M, grocer 142 Marietta, r 222 Courtland ave 
Bowers Dillard, r, wks The Lowe Bros Cracker Co 

Frank A, foreman Brosius Motor S M Co, r 25 Humphries 
Joe, wks Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills 
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'* Thomas, c, wks Woodward Lumber Co, r 18 Martin 
Bowes A M, (Bowes & Co), bds 180 Angier ave 
*' Wm W. (Bowes & Co), r 180 Angier ave 
" & Co, (Wm W & A xM Bowes), specialists 2)4 Marietta 
Bowie Clo, wks Selig Mnfrg Co, r 302 Luckie 
Bowie John A, agt Guardian Assusance Co of London, Fire 
Assn of Philadelphia Pa, The Merchants Ins Co of N 
J, Mechanics and Traders Ins Co of New Orleans and 
New York, Plate Glass Ins Co of New York, 6>^ 
Whitehall, r 92 S Pryor (Office tel 399, hse tel 725) 
** M, wks Sou Agrl Wks 
♦' Robert T, policemn, r 44 Ella (Jamestown) 
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" Charles H, mach E T V & G E R shops, r 19 Gate City 
C, wks Atl Glass Co 

Edward, r, lab, bds Moores al s e cor Means 
Ephraim, c, lab, r Emmett, N Atl 
George, brakemn E T V & G RR 
Jack, c lab, bds Moores al s e cor Means 
J T, detective, bds 96)^ Whitehall 
Marcus L, printer J P Harrison & Co, r 92 Yonge 



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Bowly George W, trav Atl Rubber Co 
Bowman see also Baughman 

David, r, wks G Mavroodes, r i Harrison ave 

Miss Emma, wks J P Harrison & Co ' 

Jerry, r, wks F Carter 

John G, plasterer, bds 142^^ Wheat 

John S, tile layer, r 142)4 Wheat 

Samuel E (asst sect and treas Robinson, Boylston & Mc- 
Keldin Co), bds no Ivy 

Wylie L, c, grocer S Atl, r 350 Ira cor Mary 

W A, elk R & D shops 
Bpwne Alfred T, phys, bds 66 N Forsyth 
Bowyer George A (Bowyer & Ray), vet surg and dent, bds 86 N 

Pryor 
BoWyer & Ray, (Geo A Bowyer, Oscar M Ray), horse sheers 

60 S Forsyth 
Box Franklin P, trav Phillips & Crew, r Gadsden, Ala 

*/ John, c, hostler E S Morris 
Bojcey John, c, wks Boyd & Baxter, r Arthur, nr Bellwood ave 
Boyce Emily C (wid M Y), bds 385 Eraser 

Marion B, carp, r 385 Eraser 



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Boyce Sanford N, carp B F Longley, r Badger, bet Bryan and Flat 
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William J, carp, r 219 Luckie 
Anderson, r, lab, r 405 E Hunter 
Andy, c, peddler, r 124 Tanners al 
Charles E, cabinetmkr, bds 37 Kelly 
Charles O, bds 569 Marietta 
Doc, c, driver The Ryan. Co 

Eddie, local bill elk W & A R R, bds 210 S Pryor 
George, <r, driver, r rear 204 Richardson 
George, c, lab, r 70 Milliard 
George W, beer saloon 530 Marietta, r 37 Kelly 
Green, r, wks C A Conklin Mfg Co 
H,. engraver Freeman & Crankshaw ^ 
Isaac S, pres Boyd & Baxter Furn Fcty, r 695 Peachtree 
James A, elk T M Cowan, bds 369 Marietta 
James E, c, brickmkr, r rear 103 E Harris 
James F, trav, r 569 Marietta 
James S, (Boyd & Henderson) r Decatur 
John, wks Fulton B & C Mills, r 8 Reinhart 
J H, elk J M High & Co, bds 71 Marietta 
Larry W, elk Treasurer R & D R R 



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" L C (Wilson, Harris & Boyd), elk R M S, r 48 Church 
Martha A (wid Hugh), r 78 Piedmont ave 
Miss Mary B, bds Sharman House 
Minor, dentist, r 57 Walton 
Mote, bds 57 Walton 

Robt, wks Fulton Cotton Mills, bds 8 Factory Lot 

Roger, bds 210 S Pryor 

Samuel, c, lab Dixie Lumber Co 

Sanford, r, wks Traynham & Ray, r 9 Reed 

Mrs Savilia R, bds 48 Church 

Stuart, with S S S Co, bds 32 Houston 

Theophilas, c, porter H B Elston 

Thomas, cabinet mkr J C Peek & Son, r 4 Ezra 

Thomas J, elk Ga R R office, r 210 S Pryor 

Walter, wks Fulton Cotton Mills, bds 8 Factory lot 

Warren N, salesman Standard Oil Co, r 32 Houston 

Wm, bds 32 Houston , ' 

Wm H, shoemkr J T Sehell, r 194 Piedmont ave 

Wm K, shp elk Gibbs Drug Co, r 57 Walton- ' ' - 

W C, elk Douglass, Thomas & Co 6 ' 

W Jordan, c, drayman T M Clarke & Co, r 26 Warner ave 

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Boyd & Baxter Furniture Factory The, Isaac S Boyd, 
pres; Thomas W Baxter, sec & treas: Joseph E Hutton, 
i*supt, 974-1006 Marietta 
" & Henderson, (James S Boyd, Jno M Henderson), grocers, 
166 Peachtree 
Boyington Tames, c, lab, r State m Emmett 
Boykin A Hamilton, elk Douglas, Thomas & Co, r 201 S Pryor 
Frank, c, hackman, r 253 Wheat 
George, r, wks Maddox & Rueker, r 190 E Harris 
George Jr, c, draymn, bds 190 E Harris 
lames, r wks A C St Ry Co 

Samuel, bkkpr Douglass, T & Co, bds 97 E (Georgia ave 
Samuel, editor Kind Words, r 108 Trinity ave 
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lohn M, trimmer Weitzell & Fitzgibbon, r 119 Plum 
Osborne, stereotyper Constitution, bds 119 Plum 
Wm R, wks Atl Cotton Mills, r 69 Magnolia 



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Boyles Edgar, with W T WHieeler 

" John'!\, eng Sou Phosphate Wks, r 7 Savannah 
'' John F, cutter W W Litde, r 58 Rawson 
^^^ " Susan, (wid Edward), r 131 Loyd 
Boylston Alfred, c, trucker J W' Sanders 
*" " Alfred D, (Austin & Boyston), r 404 Courtland ave 

Elias H, elk Austin & Boylston, bds 404 Courdand ave 
Henry, (Robinson, Boylston & McKeldin), r 47 Forest ave 
Henry Jr, cashr Ad Gas Light Co, bds 47 Forest ave 
Hester D (wid J R), r 404 Courtland ave 
John H, bkkpr Merchants Bank, bds 47 Forest ave 
^Boynton Arthur S, painter Ad Paintingf€o, bds 132 Forest ave 
Mrs A E, nursery and greenhoys^ 132 Forest ave, r same 
Charles E, student, bds 272 Rawson 
Daniel J, eng Crystal Ice Co, bds 191 Marietta 
David, c, porter P Andrews 

Elnathan, contractor and builder, r 132 Forest ave 
George H, whol grocer 10 N Forsyth, r 271 Rawson 
Hollis A, whol grocer 19 E Alabama, r 41 Windsor 
James, lab VanWinkle Gin and Mach Co 
J C, trav, bds S Boulevard, nr Bryan 
Miller, c, barkpr, r 124 Clarke 



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*' Richard, c, drayman, r West's al 
Bozeman Alvin, r, wks J J & J E Maddox, bds 50 Richmond 

Berry, c, wks J J & J E Maddox, bds 50 Richmond 

Evalma A (wid James), r 131 Capitol Square 

J J, baggagemaster W & A Ry 

J W, bkkpr W S McNeal 

Wm, r, wks W E Johnson, bds 245 Martin 
Bracewell C P, elk C H Mason, r 26 Hill's ave 
Bradbury Alton, dev elk C R R, r 91 Gilmer 

Edward A, elk R&D shops, bds 485 Edgewood ave 

Ira J, car repr R&DRR, res Lee 2 s Wylie 

Jpmes R, elk A & W P R R, r 91 Gilmer 

James T, carp, r Flat Shoals Rd ' 

John, carp, r n s Wylie i e Peail 

Miss Mineva H, vestmkr James A Anderson & Co, r 345 
Woodward ave 

Samuel H, tvics^ VanWinkle G & M Co, r Hampton nr 
Lee's ave 

VV^m B, grocer 192 Randolph, r same 

W, wks Trowbridge Furn Co 
Bradfield M, r, lab, bds rear 20 Bradbury al 




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Bradfield Regulator Co, W A Loyless mgr, 42^ E VVall 
" Sophia D (wid Joseph), bds 303 Rawson" 
" Wm, wks Ad Glass Co 
Bradford Isaac, r alley bet Ezzard and Decatur 

James, r, butler W A Russell 

John, elk Porter Bros 

Lavinia E (wid Pleasant S), r Oak, W E 

Miss Rose, repairer W E Baker, bds 67 Grant 

R, wks Atl Glass Co 

Sam, carp appr R&D shops 

Samuel J, elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, bds Oak, W E 

Wm, c, lab F A Pittman & Co, r 48 Humphries 

Mrs , res 67 Grant 

Bradley Anna (wid John M), res 544 Decatur 

Miss Claia A, tehr Ivy St Sehl, r 82 Wheat 

Clement G, collr Lowry Bnkg Co, bds 14 Howell 

Clement G, Ry Mail elk, r 374 Courtland ave 

Davis T, grocer 32 Williams, r 30 same 

Dean O, wks Mannmg Furn Co, bds 21 South 

Elijah L (E L Bradley & Son), r 25 Daniel 

Ellis, c, lab, r 260 Orme 

Mrs Elizabeth M (wid John W), bds 9 Waterhouse 



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Bradley E L & Son (Elijah L & John P), grocers 528 Decatur 
" Floyd, r, wks E T V & G R R, r nr Clark Univ 
" George H, carp, res Lindsey 
" George J (Harwell & Bradley), r 179 Ivy 
" Harrison, r, lab, r 29 Woodward a^e 
*' Henry, wks Sou Agcl Wks 
*' Hezekiah, helper E T V & G R R 
*' [ames, c, lab, bds Sunset ave, nr Bellwood ave 
*' James, wkfe Fulton Cotton Mill, bds 13 Factory 
Bradley Jeter E, mngr city dept Brosius Motor Sew Mach Co, 
-^s 114 Pryor 
" John, wks Fulton Cotton Mill, bds 13 Factory 
" John, contractor, r Dillon, nr Curran 
*♦ John D, elk D T Bradley, bds 30 Williams 
*' John F, elk V M Barrett, bds 345 Luckie 
'- John F, carp, r 325 W Fair 

John P (E L Bradley & Son), bds 25 Daniel 

Joseph T, wks Fulton Cotton Spin Co, r Berean ave, bet 
Prisock al and Tennel 

J Wm, flagman G P R R, r 251 Mangum 

Martha G (wid Wm), rms 45 Fowler 

Philip B, elk John Silvey, r 20 Howell 



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Bradley Robert, wks Fulton Cotton Mills, bds 13 Bradley 
. Sallie P (wid C P), bds 21 South 

Sam, c, coachman T M Clarke 
•^Saml B, butcher, r W Third, bet Ponder ave and McMillan 

Solomon, helper E T V & G Ry 

Thomas, street paver, r Highland ave, nr Hampton 

Wesley, r, peddler, r Sims, nr Arthur 

Wm, r 13 Factory 

Wm, r, mach, r Sunset ave, nr Bellwood ave 

Wm, wks Venable Bros, r Curren nr Homer 
Bradney Thomas B, brakeman E T V & G R R, bds J Dormand 

'' Wistar, brakeman E T V & G R R, bds J Dormand 
Bradshaw Cicero L, cooper Tide Water Oil Co, bds 719 Marietta 

Edward W, c, grocer 123 E Ellis, r same 

George, c, plumber, r 156 Venable 

Joseph, wks Atl Cotton Mills 

Roy, cooper,- bds 719 Marietta 

Travis, c, porter Branan Bros, bds 322 Piedmont ave 

T N, shopman Telephone Exchange, bds 91 Garnett 

Wash, c, lab J F Steinhauer 
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Bradt Charles G (Miles & Bradt), r 12 Highland ave 

" Fred W, elk The Bradstreet Co, bds 12 Highland ave 

Bradwell Rev Charles L, ed Sou Christian Recorder r 62 Young 

Bradwell Samuel D, State Schl Commr State Capital r ^o8 
Whitehall ^ -^ 

Brady Adolph J (J M Alexander & Co), 3 S Broad 

Albert I, draughtsman W M Goodrich & Co, bds 22 Cooper 

Isaac A (J M Alexander & Co), r 22 Cooper 

James H, bds 233 Woodward ave 

John D, baker, r 12214 Whitehall 

Kate (wid Thomas E), r 233 Woodward ave 

Miss Mamie, elk M Rich & Bros 

Mike, driver, r 273 Form wait 

Brady-Miller Feed & Sale Stables, The Thomas B Bradv, 
pres & genl mngr ; C H Miller, asst mngr ; W W 
Talbott, cashier, 14 Loyd & 160-174 Marietta 
Reuben, r, lab, r 9 C R R 
Thadd^Ais, c, driver J xM B Carlton 

T B, pres The Brady-Miller feed & sale staoles, r 187 E Fair 
T E, Jr, with A M Robinson & Co, bds 233 Woodward ave 
Walter D, chief elk R G Dun & Co, bds 332 Courtland ave 

Bragard Felix, junk 113 N Peters, r same .1 

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Bramlett Homer P, trav H L Schlessinger, bds 98 Richardson 
" John F, elk M W Pitts, bds 709 Marietta 
'' Margaret (wid Nathan A), res 98 Richardson 
Bramlett Ralph S, confectioneries, fruits, cigars and tobacco, 
17-19 W^heat & 47 N Pryor. bds 98 Richardson (See 
adv, p 52) 
•' Rev Richard, bds 142 Luckie 

'' Thompson O, solicr C G Ibach, bds 98 Richardson 
" Zephaniah D, eng G P Ry, r 174 Alexander 
Branan, see also Bran nan, aho Brannon. 

Bros (John C A & Charles I), whol grocers, 55-57 E Alabama 
Charles I (Branan Bros) bds 42 Walker 
Columbus W, grocer 17 Savannah, r same 
John C A (Branan Bros), r 238 Richardt^on 
Maty A (wid Duke H), r 42 Walker 
W D, trav salesmn Branan Bros 
Branch Arthur L, elk H R Durand, r 209 E Hunter 

Dennis, c, teamster, bds Clarke bet Connally & Martin 
Mrs E Fort, bds C T Printup 
Henry, r, porter Smith & Stoney, bds 367 Martin 
Jacob, c , rockmason, r rear 178 Crew 

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'* Thomas, r, wks Collins Brick Co, r 47 Rawson 
" Wm, i\ porter J J Falvey ^: Co, r 4 Monroe 
Brand Levi,C, policeman, r Little, bet Martin and Connally 
*' W, wks Southern Furniture Co 

" , plumber Hunnicuti cV' Bellingrath, bds 296)2 Marietta 

Brandon Maggie L (wid Charles), laundress, r 108 Dairy 
'' Morris (Read & Brandon), rms 99^2 Peachtree 
" Oliver, i\ lab, bds 126 Magnolia 
" Thomas, ship elk J B Daniel, bds 98 Ivy 
Brandt Rosa A (wid Adolph), r 249 Washington 
Brane Frederick, wks Hunnicutt c\: Bellingrath Co 296 Marietta 
Branen Mrs Kitty, r 280 Formwalt 
Branham Benjamin, c, waiter Mrs M J Stewart/ 
Edward V, elk H F Emery, r 1*03 N Pryor 
Isom R Jr. salesman John Ryan Sons, bds 73 Wheat 
Rev Iverson R. bds 91 E Pine 
Rev John G, i\ missionary, r 27 Lawshe 
Walter R, elk H F Emery, bds 20 Houston 
^ Brannmi i<ee also Bramm alj<o Brannon . 
Adolphus D, policeman, r 197 Davis 




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Brannan Frank D, chf elk E T V & (i shops, r w s Garibaldi h w 
cor Stephen 

•• Henry, r 23 Washington 

'• Joseph F, patent medicine, 23 Washington 

" Lonisa (wid Calvin), bds 26 Luckie 
M.£, bds 26 Luckie 

•• Nancy (wid Jerry), bds 4 Spencer 

*• Oliver, c; driver R O Campbell 

'• T J, wks Trowbridge Furn Co 
Braim^r, see al^o Brenner 

" John, exchange elk Atl Nat Bank, r 215 Peachtree 
Brannony see also Branan, also Brannan 

•' Miss Alice, wks Expo Mill, bds 73 old Expo grds 

*'' Miss Amanda, bds 236 Decatur' 

" Miss Carrie C, wks Expo Mill, bds 73 old Expo grds 

" James C, trav Oglesby & Meador Grocery Co, bds W E 

*• Jesse T, elk W H Murphy, r 73 old Expo grds ^ 

'' Jesse T Jr, lab, bds 73 old Expo grds 

'* Miss Josephine, wks Expo Mills, bds 73 old Expo grds 

" Thomas H, elk J B Daniel 

** Wm T, bds 73 old Expo grds 
Branon Lee J, wks W & A R R, r Hi gh N Ad 

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Branson Oliver M, portrait artist, r 16 Clarke 

Brantley Jackson, c, lab, r n s Ernmett N Atl ! 

" John R, cotton buyer S M Innian, r 77 Gilmer 

*' J S, bfakeman VV & A R R 

'* Mathew G, wks C R Henry, rms 107 Peachtree 

*' Victor, wks Brosius Motor S M Co 

" Wm, r, carp, r Bell wood ave. Bell wood 
Brantly Augustus H, phys 357 VV Peters, r 500 Whitehall 

" Frank B, with John C Whitner & Co, and poultry raiser, r 
104 East ave 
Branyon Calvin S, r 558 Decatur • | 

Braselton Robert, policeman, bds 47 Trinity ave 

" Vara L (wid John B) r 47 Trinity ave 
Braswell A A, elk D H Dougherty & Co | 

" Eliza J (wid Wm), r 211 W Peachtree 

*' Lafayette L, elk Wm A Broughton, r Lithonia, Ga 
Bratcher John, c, waiter Merchants Restaurant 
Bratchett Wm, c, wks Met St Ry Co ' 

Bratton John, agt Smith Premier Typewriter 14 S Broad, r 313 

Peachtree (See p 2) 
Bratton Lawrence R, druggist 141 to 147 Peachtree, r 72 W 
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Bratton Richard T, bkkpr J P Northrop, bds 72 W Peachtree 

** Samuel E, r 72 W Peachtree 

'* Mrs, rms 38 Wheat 
Braudus Oscar, c, waiter Mrs A E Ragland 
Braun Fabian, cooper, r 98 W Mitchell 
Bravo Prof, tchr Berlitz Schl of Languages, bds 15 E Cain 
Brawner Thomas M, driver Excr Stm Lndy, bds 140 Pdmnt ave 
Bray Benj A, painter, r Garden, bet Love and Little | 

'' C Sims, elk Lowry Hdw Co, bds 42 Walton 1 

Daniel, wks E T V & G shops, bds G W Williams 
Thomas C, carp, r w s Pulliam, nr Hmits 
Bray Wellborn Mitchell, lawyer 29)^ Mari^ta, r same 
Brayton Reuben, r, wks W Watkins ^^ ^ 

Brazell Jack, r, lab, r 440 Richardson | 

Brazwell Georgia, ^, wks Kimball House j 

*' W T, tinner Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 
Brazzell Larkin, driver, r South ave, nr Martin j \ 

** Leonard, r, cook, bds gr2 E Cain j 

Brazzil Hattie (wid S), r 261 Forest ave 
Breedlovejohn, r, city lab, bds 163 Larkin 

** Milus, (, carp, r 163 Larkin 
Breeman J H, printer J P Harrison & Co, r 103 Washington 

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Breitenbucher Philip, wines and liquors 32 Marietta, r 142 

Sunset ave 
Bremer George N, elk P Lynch, r 91 Garnett 

John H, printer, r 103 Washington 

Miss Lillian, r 103 Washington 
Brennan John B, r 38 Savann^ 

" S J, mattress mkr Sou Furn Co 
Brenner, nee also Branner 

Miss Amelia M, prin Wallace St Schl, r 220 E Simpson 

Carl, mach Winship Mach Co 

Wm, mngr Atl Vinegar Wks, r 220 Simpson 

Wm H, prop Atl Vinegar Wks, r Canada 
Brent Miss Jessie, stenogr Atl Glass Co, r Inman Park 

" Wm, wks Sou Furn Co 
Bressler H, elk L Eplan, r i6ovThompson 
Breunig Casper, policeman, r 93 E Baker 

" Charles J, elk A M Robinson & Co, bds 93 E Baker 
Brew Miss Cora, dressmkr, bds Railroad ave, W E 

/Tharles L, elk Jno A Bowie, bds 187 E Simpson 

Ella' J (wid Wm), r Ira, 3 s Gl^nn 

Green, r, carp, r Elizabeth, S Atlanta 

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Brew John C, agt N D McDonald & Co, r 187 E Simpson 

Robert, with Cyclorama, r 144 Smith * 

T G, baggage master W & A R R 
Wm D, baggage master W & A R R, r 15 Fowler 
Rev Wm F, pastor Pleasant Hill Congrl ch, r McMillan, s w 
cor W Third 

Brewster F E, feeder Delbridge Prtg Co, r 223 Greens Ferry ave 
Gary S (W A Osborn & Co), r 334 Jackson 
P Henry (Dorsey, Brewster & Howell), r Newnan, Ga 
Brewster Dr Tomlinson F, State agt Brooklyn Life Ins Co, 
of New York, 21 Old Capitol bldg, bds Leyden House 
Brevvton John, wks A & F Ry, bds F Hembree 
Brian, see aUo Bryan. 

" G S, eng G Ry, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Briant, see also Bryant. 

" H, wks Trowbridge Furniture Co 
Brice Alex, c, porter Southern Express Co 

** Reuben, c, wks Kimball House 
Bjickeli DeWitt C. cabinetmkr B J Powell, r 205 Chapel 
Bridge James W, student, bds 243 Peachtree 

" James, Jr, r 243 Peachtree 
Bridger, Edgar, bkkpr Foote & Zuber Lmbr Co, bds Kimball House 

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Virginia ave 
" Julia A (wid John P), rms 149 E Simpson 
Bridgers Oscar G, elk J B Smith, bds Trinity ave 
Bridges Ben, <:, r 123 Nelson 

Carrie M, (wid Jonathan), r 670 Marietta 

Charles, c, lab, r Doray 

Eli, r, lab, r rear 22 Wells 

Ford M, carp, r 7 Rockwell 

Henry, r, drayman, bds w s Garibaldi 3 n Georgia ave 

John W, motorman Atl Traction Co, r ss Buena Vista ave 
2 w Fortress ave 

Miss Nellie, elk M Rich & Bros 

Robert H, baggage mstr W & A R R, r Wilson nr Bellwood 

Samples, c, wks J W Morrow, r 27 Alice 

Thomas M, carp, r Jackson nw cot Thompson, Bellwood 
Bridwell A S, M D, Druggist 148 W Mitchell, r 103 Mangum 
Bridwell Cicero, grocer, 96 W Mitchell, r-io6 same 

Harry C, plumber Atl Water Wks, r 123 Mangum 

John A, stone mason, r 123 Mangum 

John A Jr, contractor, r 108 W Hunter 

T J, policeman 



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Bridwell J Wilborn, stone cutter, r 13 Lucy 

Malachi L, r 92 Kelly _. ■ ' _ 

Mary, boarding, 1921^ Decatur 
Mrs M L, cigar mnfr, 92 Kelly, r same 
Walter L, elk C Bridwell, r 20 Elliott . 

William, stonecutter Atl Stone and Granite Co 
Wm D, carp, r Inman Park 
W L, fireman C R R , 

Zion, printer Constitution, r 193 Pine • ' 

Briel George, elk, bds Scarratt House 
Briggs Jos A, c, carp, r rear 132 Powers 

" William, wks E T V & G R R, r 54 W Georgia ave 
Bright Alex, eng C R R 

Brightford Adam, r, tile setter, r 147 Houston 
Brightwell Frank E, carp, bds 21 Henry 
" John, carp, r 21 Henry 

'' Nathan B, elk A W Farlinger, r 67 E Harris 
/ '* Robt B, f, tailor 141^ E Wall 

'' Wm A, contractor, r 145 W Baker I 

Brin John, brewer Atlanta Brew and Ice Co 
Brinck George W, with Ga Electric Light Co, bds 246 Ivy 
Mrs G W, elk J M High & Co 



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'* John L, roofer and paver O A Smith, r 33 Piedmont ave 
Brine Chess, c, labf bds (24) Ira 

'\ George H, bkkpr, bds 10 W Ellis 
Brinkley Alexander, brakeman W & A Ry 
", George W, driver, r 50 Gemunden 
*' P F, brakeman W & A Ry 
Erisben David P, pres Atlanta Stove& Granite Co, r3i6 E Hunter 
'^ JasP, stonectr Atlanta Stove & Granite Co, bds 316 E Hunter 
Briscoe Alex C, Secty R R Comns State of Ga, and mngr Sou 
Shorthd and Bus College, r 353 Washington 
'^ Wm, r, coupler R & D R R, bds 67 James 
Bri§endine Pleasant E, carp Gate City Coffin Fcty, r Berean ave 
bet Iswald & Prisock al 
*' Thomas L, elk Chamberlin Johnson & Co r 126 North ave 
Bristol House, Mrs B E Hudson propr, 10 14 Loyd 
British America of Toronto, W \V Haskett agt, 27 V2 White- 
hall 
Britt D, molder Atl Mach Wks' 
Holden, carp, r 12 Strong 

John F, blksmith G H Irby, bds Belhvood ave, Beliwood 
S, foreman Atl Mach Wks 



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Brittain Charles M, elk Chamberlin Johnson & Co, r 9 Orange 
" Rev Jabez M, pastor Central Baptist Church, r 9 Orange 
" Marion L, tchr Boys High School, r 109 E Georgia ave 
''' Sim, c, porter Eiseman Bros . 

*' Wm H, elk D H Dougherty, bds 9 Orange 

Brittan Edgar, c, carp, r McDaniel cor Mary 
'' Hugh, bds 28 Houston 
" Washington, c, wks Kimball Hse 

Britton Charlie, elk R O Broyles & Co, bds 258 Cooper 
" F M, printer, r 189 E Georgia ave 
" Harry Y, prmter Constitution, r 258 Cooper 

Britton John F, (Harwell & Britton), r 126 S Pryor 
" R T, elk J P Northrop, r Peachtree cor Alexander 

Brizzell Wm B, pattern mkr Sou AgrI Wks, r Jackson nr Beliwood 

Broach Alexander, c, lab, bds 58 Humphries 
" George, c, r 58 Humphiies 
*' W, wks Atl Glass Co 

Broadnax Jack, r, oiler Atl Ice Co 

Joseph, c, potter I B Eubanks, r rear 113 S Pryor 
Richard, c, lab, r 12 Holland 
Thomas, c, painter, bds 94 Greens Ferry ave 
Wm, c, wks Jas Ormond 



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eXLVthn-e limes has my name >raced the Athmta Cilv 
_ Dinvtury, an<i yet, so rupid is the eity's irnnvth I am hj. 

g^ <-onie in that hrief spruce -an ohl re>i(lenter." Whrn 1 
nfy came here, nut .ruito three year« a^ro, ^^a statesman with a 
jnb, thtre were about :>(UMM» people within the ei( v limits U 
lowing i:,,0o» f .. i..a!,> arH removals, and plaf.in<,^ the present 
popalation at 1*o,.mmi, it will be seen that alxMU iialf the people in 
the city are youn-er. in ]>urnt<>f re8idetK-»s ihan I am. 

When, ir, tire fortune <,f politics, the new administration 
-tinned the rascals onC and, in the lan^ia-e of Senator [n«^ill> 
I became -a statesman out (if a joh,- I decided that I could best 
serv^my country.-and the growing citv of Atlanta,~in the ca- 
paciyof Publisher and Printer, that having been n.v callin.^ iu 
the country, bef<»re my country callc<l me to the citv.* So here I 
am at vour service. s 

ll haven't the big-.^.t printing office in the citv, nor the fast- " 
est presses, and- I do not do the finest work t.» be had in the 
^<mth. The lirst of January is too near at hand and my resolu- 
tion to be always irutliful is t<»o near its -date <.f publication" for 
me to claim al! this. But [ d<. claim that the favor of your or- ' 
aers xvill have the largot appreciation ; that vour work will be 
done iearefully and as nearly in accordance will, vour desires as I 
can do it: that I will always deal fairly and openlvwith vou and 
nearly always, quality of work <'onsidered, save vou soml- money' 

Standing then, in point of citizenship, as it were upon middle 
ground, I say to the old residenter -We have done welP' and 
to the later comer, -We will do better^ An<l in touch with 
every effort to make every life happier and the Gate City an-l mv 
printing house famous the world over, for good deeds and fine 
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Broadwater Andrew J, wks Expo Mills, r 95 Expo grds 
Brock* Charles J, flagman G P Ry, r 3 Gray 

Ed, c, wks Sou Spring Bed Co, r rear 13 Hill 
George W, frgt cond A & C Div R & D R R 
J H, compositor Evening Herald, bds Capitol House 
Miss Katie, wks Brown Bros & Co, bds 24 Ella 
Brockett Clinton T, dentist 99^4 Peachtree, r 656 Piedmont ave 

'' Robert L, bds 656 Piedmont ave 
Brockhan Miss A D, r 147 Ivy 

" William, r 147 Ivy 
Brockman John 'J\ painter, r 27 Wallace 
Broderick Wm H, agt Wh &: Wil Sew Mach Co, bds 284 Luckie 

** Wm T, wks G P R R, r Dillon, nr Grove 
Brogan Ellen (wid Daniel), r 317 Decatur 

'' Miss Mamie, asst cashr M Rich & Bro, bds 317 Decatur 

" Michael P, r 317 Decatur 
Brogans John, c, wks Ballard House, rms rear 63 Mangum 
Brogle S George, carp Beutell Mfg Co, r (14) Jennings al 
Brogling Henry G, r, butler Harvey Johnson 
Bronner Bob, c, shoemkr, rms 41 Carter 
Bronson A L. trav Woodward Lumber Co, rms 22 Wheat 
Brooker C M, elk D H Dougherty & Co 



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Brookes C F, elk treasurer R & D R R, bds 49 W Baker 
Brookins Wiley, r, lab, r 360 E Hunter 

" Wm, r, minister, r nr Clark University 

Brooklyn Life Insurance Co, Dr T F Brewster state agt, 21 
Old Capitol bldg (See adv opposite) 

Brooks Aaron E, meat 459 Wheat, r same 

•• Aaron, c; driver F R Bunker & Co, r 484 Glenn 
Alonzo A, policeman, r 392 Rawson 

Alonzo D, salesman J J & J T McClendon, bds 392 Rawson 
Alver E, wks Expo Mills, bds 39 Old Expo grds 
Beverly B, r, grocer 182 E Ellis, r 57 Bell 
Beverly C, c, (B C Brooks & Bro), r 54 Valentine 
B C & Bro, c (Beverly C and Hiram), furniture 214 Decatur 
Captain, r, driver, r 81 Nelson 
Mrs Carrie, r w s Ira, 4 s Georgia ave 
Charles, r, waiter Brunswick House 
Charles, lineman, bds 17 Hill's ave 

Brooks Clyde L, lawyer gJ4 Peachtree, r Edgewood, Ga 
Miss Cora, folder Constitution, r 480 Decatur 
David, r, butler W L-Traynham 
David E, boilermkr R & D Ry, r 58 Gartrell 
Dillmas M, wks Boyd & Baxter's, bds 29 Old Expo Grounds 



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'' Ed, r, boxmkr Lieberman &, Kaufmann, r Ira, cor Ga ave 
Edward, mach Atl Mach Wks, bds w s Ira, 4 s Ga ave 
Miss Eliza, wks Atl Paper Co. r Howell, Ga 
Estes, brakemn E T V c^- G R R 
Foster, r, wks Phtenix Planing Mill 
Franklin W, wks Expo Mills, bds 27 old Expo grds 
F Marion, wks Atl St R R Co, r 500 Decatur 
George H, elk Sou Exp Co, bds 104 S Pryor 
George W, trav J J .^' J E Maddox 
Hiram, r, (B C Brooks & Bro), r 24 Rasbury al 
H, r, r rear Sz E Hunter 
lola (wid P^obert), r 744 Marietta * 

Isabella (wid Robtirt H), r 99 Jones ave 
Jacob r, lab, r 34 Heed 
James, carp, r 10 (iartrell 
James c, lab, r 31 Davis 
James, con|i E T V & G R R 
James H, ^. carp, r 16 Reed 

James L, c% R F Watson, bds 342 Edgewood ave 
James M, ^k J J Falvey, r ^t, W Fair 
James W, elk E Kidwell, r 13 Woodward ave 



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Brooks James W, iclk Mueller & Koempel, r 427 Wheat 
Jeff D, carp, r 649 Marietta 

Jesse N, foreman Atl St R R stables, r 498 Decatur 
John, mach Van Winkle G &: Mach Co 
John B, wks Blood Balm Co, r Edgewood 
John S, carp Pittman & Co, r 62 Fitzgerald 
John W, mach VanWinkle G & M Co, r 366 North ave 
Joseph B, carp Albright &: Brower, r 58 Hulsey 
josiah, elk j C Beiser, r 90 S Butler 
J Henry, elk Taylor, Galphin & Co, bds 18 Haynes 
Lewis B, tr^v S S White Dental Mfg Co, bds 99 Jones ave 
Lula (wid \ym J), r 29 Old Expo grds 
Major, c, lab, r rear 524 Piedmont ave 
Marion, ni^ht- watch A C St Ry Co 
Matilda C ^vid J W), r 90 S Butler 
Mattison, c, lab, r 132 Elliott 
Miss Minnie C, bkkpr Chas L & Thos J Delbridge. bds 13 

Wood^i'ard ave 
Miss Olivia^ saleslady J Regenstein & Co 
Peter, r, w^s U P Depot 

Richard C,i^asst ticket airt R & D R R, bds 49 W Baker 
Robert, r, lab, r Abbott, Bel'lwood 



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" Sam, r, cook J G Reynolds, r Edgewood 
" Smith, V, wks Kimball House 
" S A, ^, lab, r 225 Vine 
" Thomas, c, carp, r 40 Gemunden 
*' Tom, c, porter Sou Exp Co 
*' Thomas H, salesman White Sewing Mach Co 
*^ T M, clk^Eiseman & W^eil 
*' Walter R, elk J J Falvey, bds 392 Rawson 
" Warren, r, wks Thomas Francis, r South bet W Fifth and 

Gallatin 
*' Wm, r, butler H M Atkinson 

Wm A, tinner E T V & G shops, r 201 Glenn 
Wm M, wks Expo Mills, bds 29 Old Expo Grds 
Wm V, trav W A Russell 
Broome John, wks LaFontaine & Ellis 

*' Miss Roxie, r 43^ Magnolia 
Broomfield Jas, c, lab, bds 140 Bradley 

" John, r, bds 140 Bradley 
Broomhead John S (Broomhead & Street), 353^ S Broad, r 
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Broomhead & Street (Jno S Broomhead, Geo T Street), con- 
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Brosius F Joe, r 22 Humphries 
" John M, r 61 Forest ave 
Brosius Motor Sewing Machine Co, G W A-dair prest, W 

I Zachry v-prest, J B Zachry sec and treas; office and 
factory, Wells and E T V & G R R, salesroom 117 
Whitehall (See advt p 21) 
Brotherton Frank M, elk M Rich & Bro, bds 54 McDaniel 

J L, appr E T V & G R R , . 

Wm H, dry goods 2 W Mitchell, r 235 S Forsyth j 

Wm M, asst city clerk, bds 235 S Forsyth 



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" James B, elk S Marks &: Co, r 29 Piedmont ave 
Nathaniel, c, wks A L Strong, bds same 
Prentiss S, r 565 Whitehall \ 

Wm A, mngr Farmers' Al Ex of Ga, bds Kimball House 
Browder David H (Browder & Wells), bds 28 Church 

'' Frank E, bkkpr M C & ] F Riser &: Co, bds 28 Church 
Browder & Wells (David H Browder, Julius O Wells), mer- 
chandise brokers 61^4 E Ala 
Brower Cicero H, wks Albright & Brower, r 177 Luckie 

" James M, Wks Albright & Brower, r 177 Luckie 
Brower Lorenzo W (Albright & Brower), r 177 Luckie 

" Walter, clt F E Block, bds 177 Luckie 
Brown Albert, c\ porter L C Wolfe «!v: Co, r 24 Vine 
Albert, <-, lab W H Young 
Allen, /, drayman, r 29 Hammock pi 
Alphonso J, elk J H Cooper, r 337 E Fair 
Anderson,.;-, draymn Atwtr Carrge Co, r Hampton nr Dilln 
Andre\y, c^ barber, r 268 Fort 
Anthony, r. lab, r 60 George 
Augustus D, blksmith, r 18 Beerman 
Benjamin, V, draymn X A Chastain & Co, r Highland ave ^ 

THE JAS. A. DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEEL 

Is Superior to all others. 13 East Alabama Sih^. 

Brown Benjamin A, stone cutter, r 47 Yonge 

Benjamin N, harness mkr D Morgan, r 115 Jones ave 
Benjami-n W, real est agt. r 257 Simpson ., ^ 

Bowling, r Tumlin n w cor Wallace 
Brown Bros & Co (G E Brown pres, C C Brown v-pres, L C 
•Brown sec cS: treas,) clothing mnfrs, 31 S Pryor (See 
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B Edgar, ^Ik G A Vinson, bds 83 Walker 

Mrs B W, boarding 257 Simpson 

Celia A (wid Wm J), r Berean ave sw cor Iswald 

Cephas M, transfer elk, r 331 S Pryor 

Charles, soda water mfr, r 104 Luckie 

Charles, c, driver G V Gress 

Charles, confectionary 94 Whitehall, bds same 

Charlesc S, elk G B Lindsey 

Charlie, r^wks Hightower & Co, r 36 Parks 

Clarence C, v-pres Brown Bros & Co, rms 31 S Pryor 

Claud, wks Expo Mills, bds 47 old Expo grds 

Clinton':!, with M Mahoney, r 325 S Pryor 

Colemajii R, upholsterer, r 36 Scott 

Rev Cyru^ c, pastor Macedonia Ch, r 54 Rock 

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8 Different Kinds of Overalls and Jackets 

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wl HAVE A FINE LIITE OF WOOLENS 

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Brown Daniel, ^, porter, r 3 Brown's al 

*' Daniel C, c, porter A & W P Ry, r 50 Humphries 

Daniel H, wks Fulton B ^ S Co, bds Berean ave, s w cor 

Iswald 
David, (■, wks Union Depot, r 273 Wheat 
David H, sawyer, r Mason & Turner ave 
Dock, r, driver W S Everett 
D M, elk J M High .^ Co 
Ebenezer B. r 101 PuUiani 
Ed, r, barber B Bennett, bds 969 Marietta 
Ed, teams'er E T V & (; Ry 

Edward, r, waiter Kimball House, rms 50 Powers 
Edward, <■, barber 260 Decatur, r same 
Edward, i, lab, bds 15 Eraser 
Edward C (Brown & Allen), bds loi Pulliam 
Edward G, car inspt A & F Ry, r (no) Fortress ave 
Edward W, trav M Barwald ^- Co 
Elbert, c, drayman Overton &' Dunn, r 14 Martin 
Brown Slijah A, secty and treas The Georgia Mining Mfg & 
Investment Co, 42 1/ Wall, bds 159 Washington 
•' Elizabeth (wid Archie),* r Flat Shoal Rd 
'' Ernest, collr, r 143 S Forsyth 






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Brown Ernest, wks Atl Cot Mills 

Brown Cugene L, pres Sou Paint & Glass Co, bds 13 Powers 

Ezra, wks expo mills, bds 47 Old Expo Grds 

E, glass blower, bds W H Rov 

E, eng A & W P Ry ' 

Fabian, cooper, r 98 W Mitchell 

Felix, f, cook, r 197 Edgewood ave 

Fillimore, r, lab, bds 103 Alexander 

Fort, r, porter J J Falvey & Co, r ;^;^ Horton 

Frank, c, lab, r 48 Kennesaw al 

Frank, r, barber, r 191 N Bell 

Fred, teamster E T V c\: G R R 

Frederick, elk 'J'he Fair, bds 6 Elliott 

Frederick E, mngr H W Johns Mnfgr Co, r 276 Whitehall 

F M, helper J F Steinhauer . 

George, c, driver John J Woodside 

George, c, coupler E T V & G R R 

George, bds 100 Mangum 

George, c, lab, r 56 Chamberlin 

(jeorge B, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, r 195 Haynes 

George C, yardman G H HoUiday 

George F, c, music teacher Spellman Sem, r 314 W Fair 

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Brown George G, real' estate 37 Marietta, r 382 Spring 
Brown George M, (Brown & Adams), and elk W & A R R, 

r 170 Washington 
Brown George S, (Brown c\: King Supply Co), r 97 E Pine 
'' George T, physician Providence Infirmary 
Green, c, waiter B Vignaux, r iii Houston 
G Edward, pres Brown Bros & Co, rms 31 S Pryor 
G -3, c, porter Pullman Car Co, r 56 Chamberlain 
Hannah DeEtte (wid Henry A), bds Lee W E 
H^riet, i, boarding 94J Decatur 
Harry C, r 576 Whitehall 
Hepry, r, wks A C St R R Co 
H^ry, c, cook, r 92 Mills 

Henry, c; shoemkr 245 W Peters, r 19 Holland 
Henry, r, plasterer, r rear 326 Washington 
Henry, i\ driver Stocks Coal Co 

Herbert H, cashr W H Patterson, r Park ave nr Grant Park 
Isaac, wks Fulton B and C Mills, r 12 Rhinehart 
Isaac, asst cook L C Dunn 

Jacob N (Bryan & Brown), bds 701 Piedmont ave 
Jacob W, elk R M S, r 94 Crew 
Jake, c, wood cutter, r 245 Chestnut 

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Brown James, r, laborer, r Nunnaily al, nr Butler 
'* James, r Flat Shoals rd 

James, elk L Gordon, r 202 W Fair 

James, c, lab Dobbs Lumber Co, r 21 Dover 

James, butcher, r 138 W Hunter 

James, c, driver Anderson, Wylie & Jones, bds 265 S Terry 

James, c, blksmith, r 196 Eraser 

Jamesi r, wks Swift Specific Co, r Thomasville 

Jamei, r, lab, bds 86 James 

Jamel A, foreman Woodward Lumber Co, r 250 E Hunter 

Jamef B, upholsterer, r Garden s w cor Glenn 

James B, eng J C Peck & Son, r Ridge ave Sou Atl, June 

Washington 
James B, cik J B Smith, r Clarkston, Ga 
James L, i, painter, r McDaniel nr Amy 
James S, carp, r 170 Alexander 
James W, printer E Journal, r 68 Stonewall 
Joel, Jielper C A Conklin Mfg Co 
John* c, lab, r Wilson nr Bellwood ave 
John, r, elk C N Northington 
John, fruits 117 Peachtree, r same 





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Brown John, carp, r 20 Ella (Jamestown) ~^ 

John, f, draymn Fenley Furn Co, r w 3d, nr McMillan 
" John, i; lab, r 45 Humphries 

John, r, lab, r e s Sunset ave 2 n North ave. Bellwood 
•' John, with Standard Oil Co, i)ds 28 Houston 

John, c\ gardener, r rear 97 Merritts ave 

John E, carp, Traynham cS: Ray, r 123 Martin 

John A, c, waiter Kimball House, r 321 Chapel 
" John N, carp, r 343 Martin 
•* John S, carp, r 22 Warren j)l 
Brown John T, dealer in fine meats 364 Decatur, r 2 Borne 

John W, wheelwright Mann Bros, r 64 Venable 

Joseph, i\ lab, r 264 Edge wood ave 
•' Joseph, r, wks R ^\: D R R. rms 167 Clarke 

Joseph, barber ] Brown, bds 181 Marietta 
•• Joseph, wks Electric R R Co, bds 485 Edgewood ave 
- Joseph E, con E T V ^^ G R R, Sou Atl, r (4) Doane, nr 
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Joseph E, eng, r 137 Crew 

Joseph E, recvr W <1^ A Ry Co and pres Sou Ry & S S 
Assn, r 159 Washington 

Joseph J, blacksmith, r 185 Plum 



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Brown Joseph M, traffic mngr W & a TR^7^IaHe"^irG7~ 

•• Joseph N, elk A W Farlinger, bd.4 207 Ivy 
'• Joseph R, elk W M Brown, bds 181/Marietta 
•• Joshua F, r, carp, r 199 Wheat 

Julius L, lawyer, 34^ E Wall, r 187 Washinjrton 
'• J T, wks Huff & Watts, r Edgewood 

J Wni, saloon, 362 Decatur, r Stone Mountain 

Larkin H, mach. Brosius Motor S M Co r 70 Bluff 
" Laura, (wid J T) bds S3 Poplar 
'' Lawrence S, wks W ^^ A R R, r Center N Atl 
•• Lee, c, driver D M Houk, r same 
" Lee, «r, cook, r 25 Waverly PI ^ 
" Lem, r, lab Collins Brick Co 

'' Leonard W, bkkpr Bates Kingsbery Co, r 325 S Prvor 
'^ Lewis, c, lab, r 202 E Cain ^ 

Lewis, c, brickmason, r 128 Magnolia 

Lewis C, sec, treas and bus mngr Brown Bros & Co rms 
31 S Pryor ' 

'' Lilas, c, wks city, bds 297 Fraser 

;' Miss Maggie, asst prin Calhoun St School, r 24 Houston 
^^ Major, ., wks ColHns Brick Co, r 248 and 250 Simpson 

Manuel, c, drayman, r 41 Newton 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co., I sanitary plumbers, 

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Marion, plumber, bds McDaniel, nr Curran 
Marshall H, carp, r 207 Haynes 
Mrs Martha P, bds 67 Irwin 
Mattie S (wid J J), r 452 Piedmont ave 
Mary (wid Lee), r 24 Ponder ave 
Mary E, wks E A Massa, bds 170 Alexander 
Miltoi\, c, wks city, r 297 Eraser 
Mirando (wi^ M J), bds 138 W Hunter 
Morris, elk M Barwald, bds 26 Humphries 
Miss M, wks carpet dept M Rich & Bros 
M H, compositor Atl Constitution 
M P, mach Piedmont Engine & Mach Co 
Nancy C (wid Joseph G), bds 100 Kelly 
Brown Nathan A, stengr and notary pub 74 Old Capitol Bldg, 
bds 83 Wheat 
Nelson, c, drayman, r 90 Henry 
N M, trav agt, r 87 Courtland ave 
Other, r, lab, r 99 Markham 
O, fruits 164 Marietta, r same 
O S, collr New Home S M Co 
m^ *j Brown Pardon E, mngr Providence Infirmary 

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Porter, c, bds 44 Vine 

Ralph, c, cleaner Pullman Car Co 

Ralph, c, trackman Atl C St Ry 

Robert, wks Dobbs Lumber Co 

Robert, c, lather, bds 245 Chestnut 

Robert, c, drayman, rms 79 Connally 

Robert, c, lather, r 16 Dover 

Robert E, elk C R & M office R & D R R,bds 66 W Peachtree 

Robert J, carp G H Holliday, r 304 W Mitchell 

Robert M, carp, r McDonald n s Curran 

R F P, pastor Morrow Sta M E Ch, r 146 Courtland ave 

Miss Sallie D, sten The Bradstreet Co, bds 82 Mferritts ave 

Samuel A, printer Journal, bds McMillan N Atl 

Samuel F, driver W F Brown, bds W Hunter, bey limits 

Mrs S^rah, r rear Peachtree, bet Bleckley and Wilson ave 

Sarah A E, (wid James), r 32 Humphries' 

Sherman, <r, waiter Kimball House, rms 193 Piedmont ave 

Sonny, r, lab, r rear 178 Decatur 

S C, glass blower, bds H W Martin 
Brown S Paul (Brown & Hammond), bds 92 S Pryor 
'' Tarry H, wks Fulton Cotton Mill, r 14 Factory lot 

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Thomas, c, carp, bds 97 Linden 

Thomas, r, r 69 Haynes 

Thomas, c, wks R & D R R shops, bds 121 Bradley 

Thomas, c, wks East Atl Land Co, r 123 Bradley 

Thomas, c, porter J R King 

Thomas J, shoemkr, r 68 Randolph 

T A, sten Calhoun, King & Spalding, bds 576 Whitehall 

Walter, apptce Piedmont Engine and Mach Co 

Walter, c, laborer, r 26 Hogue 
^ , Walter, c, wks E f V & G R R Sou Atl, bds Wm Brown 

M £ Brown Walter R, lawyer 9 Whitehall, r 325 S Pryor 
E^ « '' Wash, c, lab, r 84 Walker 

Wm, r, wks Atl C St R R Co 

Wm, c, city lab, r 404 North ave 

Wm, r, driver M Rich & Bros, r 148 E Cain 

Wm, r, lab Sou Atl, r Humphries cor Mary 

Wm, moulder, Technological Inst 

Wm, ^, carp, r 271 S Terry 

Wm, r, porter Kimball House, r rear 146 Clarke 

Wm, r, wk? D C Loeb, r 189 Eraser 

Wm, r, wks Hart Bros 



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Brown Wm, r 250 E Hunter 

Wm B, asst bkkpr Atl Journal, bds 34 Piedmont ave 

Wm F, wks E T V & G R R, bds 317 Peters 

Wm H, grocer 137 Greensferry ave, r 139 same 

Wm H, eng, bds 56 Monroe , • 

Wm H, carp LaFountain & Ellis, r 202 Luckie 

Wm J, fireman G P R R, r 12 Corput 

Brown Wm S, (John Silvey & Co), bds 325 S Pryor 

* '' Wm M, furn 380 Marietta, barber 252 same, bds 181 same 
Wm T, wks Met St Ry Co, bds loi Pulliam 
Wm T, Phys 119 W Mitchell, r 125 Walker 
Wm W (Baggett & Brown), bds 23 Garnett 
Willis, c, lab, r 153 E Ellis 
Willis, r, sod-layer, r rear 35 Pulliam 
Willis, r, drayman, r Gallatin nr McMillan 
Wilson C, eng, r 100 Kelly 
W, c, wks Southern Furn Co 
W M, car repr E T V & G R R 

Brown & Adams (George M Brown, Hugh B Adams), genl 
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Brown & Allen (Edward C Brown, John D Allen), drugs 14 
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Brcwn & Haminond (S Faul Brown, James H Hammond), 

])ufe Sunday Critique 45 Marietta 
Brown & King Supply Co, Harrington J King, sec & treas; 
(jeorge S Brown. j)res ; railway supplies 47-49 S Broad 
" W A, c, \f*h. r 25 Rasberry al 
Browne Walker (i, dentist 63 i- Whitehall, r 147 Cooper 
Brownell David W, asst (Mshr and bkkpr P 0, res 74 W 
Peachtree 
'' Miss Edith, sten Mer Retail Commercial Agency, bds 74 W 

Peachtree 
" Francis E, (Cook tV Bro-wnell), old Capitol bldg 
Browning Dan'l, boiler wkr R tV I) shops, res 18 Waddell , 

^•' George, i\ chair maker, res 122 E Baker 
.*' James T. feeder [ P Harrison & Co, bds 129 Davis 
-' Joseph, with E r V & Ga R R, rms 38 Wheat 
*' Miss Margaret F, princ Decatur St School, bds 32 Houston 
Brownlee James A, collector R Mitchell, r w s Estora 2 n E Fair 
•' John M, carp Phcenix Lumber Co, r 672 Woodward ave 
*' Warren F, elk H Jacobus, bds 102 Decatur 
" Warren J, mach Boyd & Baxter, res Abbott nr Herl)ert 
Brownlee &:«Garner, (J M Brownlee, G C Garner), meat market, 
650 E Fair 

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IWen's Outfitteps and ShiPt Makers. 1^ : S ^>0 J. r^Sll, S S 

Broxton Hezekiah W, carp, r 119 Alexander 
^ *' Miss Mary E, dressmkr bds 119 Alexander 

Broyles Arnold, with A C Ry Co, bds 177 (hiilatt 

" Bernard C, elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, r 177 Gullatt 
" Charles T, fireman E T V cS:*G R R, bds 740 S Pryor 
Broyles Edwin N, (Broyles & Son), r 177 Gallatt 
Broyles NashR, (Broyles &: Son), bds 177 Gullatt 

" Robert A, (R A Broyles & Co), yd mstr C R R, r 289 Glenn 

'* R A & Co, (R A Broyles J H H Parker), grocers 241 Cooper 

Broyles & Son, (Edwin N and Nash R), Lawyers, 59;^ E 

Hunter 
Bruan Albert, Ladies tailor and dressmkr, (see changes and 

corrections for address) 
Bruce Aaron, r, servant Mrs M E W White 

Alexander C (Bruce & Morgan), prest E Lake Lnd Co, r 66 

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Miss F^mma, elk M Rich & Bros 
George H, elk J H Cooper, r 37 Ivy 
Jerry, r, wks D Morgan 
Joel L, lab, r 75 Magnolia 
John, wks J M T Bates, r 2'jSy^ Decatur 
John W, trav, r 77 Crew 




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Lige, Cy wood, r Lowes al 
P, wks Sou Bell T & T Co, bd*^ 9 Spring 
Robert C, elk Auditrs office R & D R R, bds 66 Houston 
Mrs S C, r 54 Orme 
T W, engraver Journal 
Bruce & Morgan, (Alexander C Bruce, Thomas H Morgan), 

architects 47-48-49-59 Gould Bldg (See p 41) 
Bruchmann August, st paver, r 206 Formwalt 
Brucker Thomas, printer, bds 47 Trinity ave 
Bruckner Eugene, (Bolles & Bruckner), r 247 N Boulevard 
' Herbert B, elk C R & M office R & D R R, bds Eugene 
Bruckner 
Mary, (wid John T), r 247 Boulevard 
Bruffey Edward C, asst city editor Atl Constitution 

*' G T, foreman Evening Herald, bds The Brunswick 
Bruin Penn, elk G P R R, bds 173 Luckie 
Brumfield Brutus V, col M M Mauck, bds Windsor House 
Brumidge L P, coupler E T V & G-R R 
Bruner August, r 39 Courtland ave 

" Thomas, <r, porter Langston & Woodson 
Brunette Francis M, car in sptr E T V & G R R, r 156 W Hunter 

ITWATER CARRIAGE CO.ItJiV^li^d^^l^D^il^iggY??^!^ 

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Brunner Joseph K (J K Brunner & Co), r Ashby WE 
Brunner J K & Co, (Joseph K Brunner), whol flour, meal, hay 

and salt, 42 E Ala 
Brunson Emma A (wid Arthur), r 192 Capitol ave 
Brunswick The, J R Wood propr, 156-158 W^hitehall 
Bruton J F, fireman E T V & G R R 
Bryan see also Briun 

'' Aaron R (Bryan & Brown), r 218 Angier ave 
*• Aleck L, c, preacher, r 56 Randolph 
'• Charles, (Slater & Bryan), bds J R Slater 
'' Domus H, wks Trowbridge Furn Co, bds 37 Howell 
" Edward, elk Spencer & Hannum, rms same 
" E S E, trav, r 302 Grant 
•' HP, cotton buyer, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
" Joseph P, furniture 106 S Forsyth, r Ormwood Park 
" Mrs Mary E, editor Old Homestead, r Charleston, Ga 
" Minerva R (wid Wm R), bds 296 Rawson 
" OS, sollr New Home S M Co, bds 59 W Mitchell 
" Robert L, medical student, r 44 Fort 
" Samuel T, cabinet mkr, r 690 Marietta 
'' Wm L, watch mkr Maier & Berkele, bds 68 Martin 

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Bn/ant, xfe alf<o Brianf. 

Arthur, wks E W ,\: J ( Forsyth, hds/^yden 

Caroline P, dressmkr, r 5 Hayden V^^^ 

Charles, wks C A Conklin Mfg Co, bdsi^z Nelson - 

C, wks Sou Furniture Co 

Doctor H. carp, r 20 Chestnut 

Edward, ^'Ik R W Gower, r West End 

Forest, helper C A Conklin Mfg Co 

Ceorge, ^j, carp, r 201 Irwin 

Gus, r, lab, r 57 Biggers 

James B, k, plasterer, r (;ate City nr Amy, S Atl 
'* Jason, t\ i(ab, r 380 Chapel 
" ^John, i\ ^'ks (Ja Elect Light Co, r no Henry 
•' • John, r, parber 13 Broad, r same 
•' John, WcT&chman Air Line shops, r 39 Bradley 
•• John, i\ farp, rS Atlanta 

•' John, wks AVinship Mach Co, bds 120 Mangum 
•• John A (p>ryant ,1' Cotton), r 5':, W Peters 
•' John A. ijry goods, 4 W Mitchefl. bds 5}^ \V Peters 
'* Joseph, c^ driver C J vSimmons 

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Bryant J H, r, porter W c\: A Ry *^ ~ 

" Oscar, wks LaFontaine & F^llis 
Thomas, c Ik I M Blair, r country 
Wm, <-, carp, r 108 (iray 
Yancey, elk Post Office', r 248 Hilliard 
•' Zach, i\ track foremn Atl Traction Co, r e s Garibaldi, 3 s 
Glenn 
\ " c\: Cortton (John A IJryant cV \V Hondy Cotton), commission 

6^ S Broad 
Bryce Nancy \ (wid James), r 32 Pratt . . 

Bryson Anderson, c, butler A L Winter, r rear 61 N Forsyth 
J Hardie, elk N D McDonald & Co, bds 83 Gilmer 
Mary E, tchr Calhoun St Schl, bds 83 Gilmer 
Thomas M, r 83 Cnlmer ^ 

Brzezinski Stanislaus, tailor J Lynch, bds National Hotel 
Buchanan Andrew J, boilr mkr W & A shops, r 237 E Fair 

" Chas H, shop mngr Atl Straw Hat Mfg Co, bds 120 Curran 
" Claude jE, asst sec Oglesby & Meador Grocery Co, bds Park 

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" Edward, colic J C Bridger, r E Ad 
" F^lizabah S (wid James), r 251 Courtland ave 
EmmeU E A, carp, bds Hampton, cor Lees ave 



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" Francis M, carp, r Hampton, cor Lees ave 
'• Garnett A, lab, Atl Lumber Co, r 109 Cilenn 
•' George L, carp, r 10 Pittman's al 
" Hester M (wid Royal C), bds 307 Simpson 
•* James F, sanitary inspr, r 41 Yonge 
^ •' John W, rnach Winship Mach Co, r 302 Mangum 

••• Joseph F, photographer 145 Decatur, r n s McDonald 3 e of 

Boulevard ! 

•' 1 A, elk The Ryan Co 

• Miss Mattie C, elk T S Lewis, bds 237 E Fair 
P, appr Atl Mach Wks 

Robt H, trav agt Bates, Kingsbery & Co, r 263 Jackson 
Silas M, nurseryman, r n s Jonesboro rd. Sou Atl 
Thomas J, groceries 290 Decatur, r Park ave s w cor Bryan 
Wm, fdterman Atl Water Wks 
Wm B, com mrcht, r 73 Richardson 
Wm A, switchman (j R R, bds Joseph F Buchanan 
Wm T, furniture 288 Decatur, r Kirkwood 
Bucher John C, asst bkkpr Geo W Scott Mfg Co, r Decatur, Ga 
Buck Alfred E, U S Marshal, Custom House, r 584 Peachtree 
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Buck James W, collector, r 50 Lambert 

" Sangor H, Ry Mail elk, bds 422 Edgewood ave 
" Wm L, grocer, bds 50 Lambert 
Buckalew John P, saloon, basement Gate City Bank Bldg, r 

180 Nelson 
Buckel Mary Eva, (wid (ieorge), r Humphries, S Atl 
Buckley Charles, carp, r 283 Orme 

" Reuben H. ins, bds 72 Walton 
Buckmaster P^ugene, cond E T V & G R R. r 16 W Peters 
Buckner Chas E, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, r 13 Hampton 
Frank, c, porter, r i DeWald's al 
Mary, c, restaurant, 89 Houston, r same 
Wm D, elk McPherson Barracks r W E ave WE 
Buckshaw T C, elk Auditors Office R & D R R, bds The Ardmore 
Budden Alfred C, appr Budden & Son, bds 93 McDaniel 
" Charles E, (Budden & Son), r 100 McAfee 
" Edward R. (Budden & Son), r 89 McDaniel 
•* & Son, (Charles E.. Edward R), lithographers, engravers, 
printers and binders 10-12 W Wall 
Buff Frank, r, teamster, bds 32 John 

"■ Jesse, c, lab, r West's al 
Buffington Carrie, (wid James), bds 66 Powers 

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Bufford Albert, c, wks A C St Ry Co. r 34 Randolph 

'* George, i\ street lab. r 44 Elm 

** Jesse, r, wks Fuller & Akers 
Buford Mrs Alice, seamstress, r 27 Newton 

'• Benjamin, i, cook Gate City Restaurant, r 257 X Butler 

•' Henry, i, wks Rhodes c\: Smith, r rear 37 Ezzard 
Bugg Albert, r, porter Logan «!!;: McCrory, bds 136 E Ellis • 

*' Anderson, i\ carpet layer, r 24 Parks 

•• Aringe, r, barber H j White, r 136 E Ellis 

•• Claude, c, lab, bds 24 Parks 

•• Dennis, med student, bds 242 K Cain 

•• John, r, lab, bds 24 Parks 

•• Lawrence J, >ten G B- Everett «5^ Co. bds 242 E Cain 

•• Luther, elk D H Dougherty & Co 

•• VVm B, coal and wood, 242 E Cain 
Bugge Johri, c, lab. r 9 Air Line al f 

Buggs Frederick, r, wks \V cS: A R R shoj.s, r rear 67 Ne>yton 

'• Joseph. I, porter Abbie Howard, r 8 Piedmont ave 
Buice Alonzo, foreman Chas A Conklin Mnfg Co, r 75 Martin 
Calvin \V, mach E T V & (i R R, r 1 1 1 Stonewall 
Charles, wks Trowbridge Fur Co, r 138 S Boulevard 



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Buice Miss C, elk J ^t High &: Co 

" David, r 21 Piedmont ave 

•• Edward, wks Fulton Cotton Mills, bds 21 Factory 

•• Eliza (wid), r 11 Factory 

*• Eliza (wid Samuel D), r 35 Howell 

•• Henry, wks Fulton Cotton Mills, bds 21 Factory 

•• James, wks Fulton Cotton Mills, bas 21 Factory 
fohn, r 21 Factor v 
[oshaua, bds 11 Factorv 

-• J Pink, wks Brownlee «Sc Garner, r 46 Factory 

-• . Laviqia C, (wid Oscar), r 85 Pratt 

*• Madison, grocer 39 W Peters, res ^^ same ' 

*• Wm, wks Fulton B & C Mills, bds 70 S Boulevard ' 

'• Wright, fireman E T V & G R R 
Bull Samue;J, cutter J no M Moore Shoe Co, bds (970) Marietta 
Bulger Anqjrew J, wks Expo Mills, bds 63 old Expo grounds 

" Joh-n, wks Expo Mills, res 63 old Expo grounds 

'• VVm M, wks Expo Mills, bds 63 old Expo grounds 
BuHard Tames T, elk J A Bryant, bds 51/ W Peters 

*' J A S, solr New Home S M Co 
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*' R Eugene, cond^E T V & G R R, bds 24 Ella, Jamestown 

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Bollard Washington, c, eating house, r 182 Decatur (basement) 

" Wm T, carp, r 24 Ella, Jamestown 
Bullen Dana R, with Thorn-Houston Elect Co, bds no Ivy 

"" Edward, carriage trimmer, r 70 Henry 
Bullock Bernard, elk E Lichtenstein, r 120 Decatur 

'' Charles, c, porter McKenzie & Riley 

'' Dock H, r, drayman R Dohme, r 288 Fulton 

'' Green S, r, carpet layer, r 80 Richmond 

'• James A, wks R & D R R, bds 21 Cornelia 

*' John Henry, wks R & D Ry, bds 21 Cornelia 

" N H, barkpr, bds 181^ W Mitchell 
Bullock Rufus B, pres Adanta Chmbr Comce, r 233'Peachtree 

" Volckert V, bds 233 Peachtree 
Bumstead Rev Horace, D D, pres Atlanta University, r 
Vine, I n of Hunter 

'' Merrill A, bkkpr Jarboe & Johnson, r 456 Luckie 
Bunce Charles, wks J M Smith, 
Bunch C T, ad solctr Journal, r 9 Stonewall 
Bunker Frnnk R (F R Bunker & Co), r Gordon, W^ E 
Bunker F R & Co (F R Bunker & Wm S Hill), coal and brick 

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Bunley Benj, c, drayman, r 11 Maple 



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Bunting H S, reporter Constitn, r 220 Capitol ave 
Burbank Arthur, elk C O Tyner, bds 238 W Peachtree 
" Austin M, music tchr, r 238 W Peachtree 
*' Lyle I (Barnes & Burbank), bds 238 W Peachtree 
*' Samuel M, mngr Nelson, Morris & Co, r 238 W Peachtree 
Burch, see also Birch 

Aaron, c, elk Matthew Burch, r country 
Benjamin, c, briekmason, r 124 Tatnall 
Ephraim, r, lab, r 20 Roach 
G J, c, elk R M S, r 155 Markham 
Levi, €, wks Atl Stm Lndry, bds 142 Houston 
Matthew, r, meat mkt Gordon cor Lee W E, r country 
'' Thomas G, plasterer, r 236 Luckie 
'• Wm R, trav, r 429 W Peters 

Burch Wm T, supt The Sou Indust Aid Soety, bds 74 Luckie 
[' W D, trav King Hardware Co, r Cornelia, Ga ' 

Burchey Charles, model mkr, r 161 Wells . 

Burek Oscar, fireman Met St Ry Co / 

Burckel Edward, grocer, r 293 McDaniel ' 

George C, coppersmith E T V & G R R, r 307 McDaniel 
J Martin Jr, wks Dixie Lum Co, bds 293 McDaniel 



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Biirckel Martin, r 293 McDaniel ( 

** Wni. coppersmith E T V ,S: G shops, bds 293 McDaniel 

Burckhalter Martin R, trav Oglesbv .S: Meadow (xrocery Co r 436 
Washington 

Burckhardt Gustavus A. r 21 Washiniiton 
Tohn G. real estate, r 21 Washington 

Burdell fayette. r. restaurant, r 191 Fraser 
•' Stephens, c. carp, r ns Wylie 5 E Pearl 

Burden ijolumbus. .-. lab. r Tames nr Whitehall. W E 
'* J j^ eng R & D R R.'r 63 (lartrell 
'• Spd, i\ waiter Kimball House, r 170 Clarke 

BurdettslBosard, office bov Stndr Wai^on Co. bds ^I E Harris 
•• Jc'hn. lai). r 272 Linden 

•• Jc-hn. f. truckman W «S: A R R. r 393 E Hunter 
*• John. t". waiter Kattenhorn &: Day, r 194 Piedmont ave 
*• Wavmond. shincler. r E North ave. nr Fort 

Burdick Americus. <■. drayman, res Central 2 s Stewart 
Austin. <-. lab. r Clark n w cor Waterhouse 
•■ Eliza A. tchr Atl University, r Campus 
•• Frank, r, lab. r Oliver. Reynoldstown 
". James, carp, r rear e s Central 2 s Stewart 
•• J^ohn, r, truckman R c\: D R R, r 393 E Hunter 

LeSUEUR & RUNGE ARCHmEcts 

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Burdick Joseph, r. cook, r 56 George 
Burdine (xeorge. r. lab. r 121 Humphries 

'* Mrs Josephine A. bds 19 Victoria 
BurelMVL. fireman Co No i. r 162 Nelson 
Burg Benjamin R. bricklayer, r Curran nr Hampton 

'' John F. mach. r Dillon nr Curran 
Burge ^harles H. ^hipg elk J J c^ J E Maddox. r 355 Whitehall 
•' ^'Mrs George, bds 389 Fra>er 

•• James H.^blksmith W & A R R. r Herbert. Bellwood 
•• %leremiah L. eni: Am Match Co. r Means nr Murphev 
•• . fohn F. carp W & A R R 
••, John W blksmith W ^- A R R 

'^eonard. lab. Ga Stove and Range Co. r Bellwood 
[argaret. (wid John W)/bds 355 Whitehall 
[atthew. dravman. r rear 771 Marietta 
:gO. bolt cutter W & A R R 

Robert, wks Am Match Co. bds Means nr Murpby 
Samuel, r. coachman R C Mitchell 
Samuel W. (Atkis-on «S: Burge) bds Brunswick House 
Sanford c. wks Fulton Paper Co. r 165 Boulevard 
Thaddeus G, elk Rhodes (Jv: Smith, r 81 Howell 
Wash. <', wks Gholstin Spring Bed Co, r 13 Martin 



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Burgess Bolan, wks L H Hall & Co, r 12 Rhinehart 
'' John, i-, wks Brady-Miller Feed and Sale Stables 
'• L E, salesman Milner Bros & Co, bds 15 E Mitchell 
•' Robert B (Burgess & Co), r 133 Grant 
" Wm H, ins, r 423 Courtland ave 
*' c^- Co (Robt B Burgess), com merchant 27 S Broad 

Burham Bunah R, wks Vanwinkle Cr & M Co, r Bellwood 

Burie Philip B, elk, r 22 Nelson 

Burk Alonzo, driver F M Jack, bds 252 Fraser 

" David G, carp H Crankshaw & Co, r 252 Fraser 

'• James F, carp G H Holliday, bds 146 VV Hunter 

" James W, r, shoemkr, r 7 Doray 

" Jesse H, foreman G H Holliday, r 100 Mangum 

•' Jesse W, c, glazier Traynham & Ray, r 90 Richmond 

" J C, wks Dobbs Lumber Co 

" Sallie, dressmkr Mrs Robinson, bds 252 Fraser 

" Tom, r, wks So Ex Co, r 326 N Butler 

" W Thomas, painter, bds 252 Fraser 

Burke David G, lab, r 22 Henry . ^ 

Henry P, foreman H Franklin 1 

Miss Jessie, wks Atl Paper Co, bds 258 Decatur / 



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•"^ Joseph -F, broker 53 Gould bldg, r 4 W Peachtree 
" Martm J, car insp C R R, r 146 W Pine 
•• Mary (wid Martin), r 258 Decatur 

Mrs Mary, elk G M Jackson, res 108 Courtland ave 
Miss Matie, elk G M Jackson, bds 108 Courtland ave 
Timothy, capitalist, r 9 Piedmont ave 
Wm B, books 38 Marietta, r 51 W Cain 
Burkert John M, umbrella repairer 12 Peachtree, r 214 Pulliam 
" S Paul, trav'Freyer & Bradley Music Co, res 214 Pulliam 
Burkes Beauregard, r, barber, res 193 W Bell 
Jeff, r, mach lab R&D shop 

Stonewall, r, porter C O Tyner, res rear 66 Marietta 
Tom, r. bricklayer, res 32' Logan 
Burket Joseph B, medical student, bds 83 Piedmont ave 

" J E, letterer Mrs R Wathan, res 193 Whitehall 
Burkett Ira E, ci«rars and tobacco, r 201 Woodward ave 
Burkhard M W, bds 256 Ivy 

Burklee Wheeler, r, butler D O Dougherty, r rear 
Burks Charles, coupler G P Ry, l)ds 8 Gray 
Charles M, policeman, r 139 Rawson 
James R, carp, r 32 Ella, Jamestown 



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Burks John, r, carp, r 8 Parks 

"■ Levi, <r, wks Atl Steam Laundry 

Miss Maggie, carpet mkr A J Miller & Son, bds 8 Gray 

" Robert L, trav salesman, r 299 S Pryor 

*■ Sarah (wid Elijah), r 8 Gray 

" Wylie, c, carp, r 12 Parks 
Burley Hillyard, <■, lab, r 90 Hunnicutt 

'* Walter, c, wks Collins Brick Co, bds 90 Hunnicutt 
Burline Frank A, carp, r W Fourth, n w cor South 
Burly Adolphus, f plasterer, r Sugar al 

'* Alfred, i% lab, r Sugar al 
Burnam James W (Burnam & Smith), r 167 E Hunter 

" & Sniith (James W Burnam (Sc Thomas L Smith), butchers, 
s 167 E Hunter 

Burnap Harry J, eng Atl Traction Co, bds 7 Blufif 
Burnes James, carpet layer Ryan Co, r 102 N Forsyth 
Burnett Alonzo W, c, grocer 130 E Cain, r same 

" Benjamin, wks Expo Mills, bds 94 Expo grds 

** Christopher C, mech, r 144 S Forsyth 

•• D E (wid Robert P), r 175 W Mitchell 

" Edward W, night yd cond C R R, r 83 Ga R K 

" George R, painter J C Peck & Son, bds rear 268 E Fair 

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1 1 Bv the Electric Shirt Factory. 16 Peach tree St. ( M.l^e'^SKWOrtn. 

Burnett Henry, c, driver | F Redd, r 59 Chestnut ave 
" John C, eng W k A R R, r 117 Davis 
•• J Thos, canvr Standard Sew Mach Co, r W E 
*• Mrs Malinda, dressmkr, r McDonough S Atlanta 
" Mary (wid Wm), bds 94 Exposition Grounds 
'• Mrs N M A, r 105 W Baker 
'• Reuben, c, driver E S Morris 
'• Robt, wks Elsas-May Co, bds 21 Cornelia 
'* Robert, brickmason, r 19 Victoria 
'• R A, elk McGaughey & Johnson, bds 175 W Mitchell 

Miss Sarah, bds 105 VV Baker 
'* S S, trav Gramling-Spalding-Kingsbery Co 
I *• Will, f, waiter B Vignaux, bds Edgewood ave 
Burney Julius A, mngr Massachusetts Benefit Assn 43^ Whitehall, 
, r 20 Piedmont ave 
Miss Margaret, r 20 Piedmont ave 
Mitchell, r, grocer 23-25 Boaz, r same 
Randall, peddler, rms 443 Marietta 
Thomas J, trav agt Atl Evening Journal 
TJ, agt West & Obear 
Burnham Andrew D, coll [ F & M B Hatcher, r Curran nr Dillon 
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Burnham Charles R, Ry Mail elk, r 422 Edgewood ave 
" J W, r Clark bet Kelly and Hill 

Burns Andrew, street sweeper, r 275 Martin 

'• Bridget B (wid Robt), beer saloon 524 Marietta, r same 
Edward, saloon 156 Decatur, bds 13734 same 
Edward P, chf record elk W & A R rVt 168 Crew 
Fletcher, wks furn shop, r Chestnut nr Bell wood 
George W, wks 'IVrra Cotta Wks, r 9 Expo grds 
Henry, c, lab Collins Brick Co 

Burns James A, lawyer 45 old Capitol bldg, r 3 12. Grant 
J, wks Brosius Motor S M Co 

J C, fireman R & D R R, r 204 Decatur ^ 

J J, cutter Kahn Bros, r 92 Ivy 
Michael, fireman E T V & G R R 
Nellie, milliner Surprise S^re, bds 275 Martin' 
Patrick, saloon 114 Decatur 
Richard, r, lab Collins Brick Co 
Robi^rt, eating house, r basement 100 Decatur 
•• Wm, wks Woodward Lumber Co, bds 376^ Decatur 

Burpitt Miss Flora, decorative florist, bds 103 N Pryor 

Burpitt James Sr, mngr Wesview Floral Co, r 103 N Pryor 
" Wnl B, florist, bds 103 N Pryor 



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Burrell Jackson, grocer, Belhvood ave, Bellwood, r same 

" James, c, wks Atl C St Ry Co, bds 211 Martin / 

" Louisa J, (wid Jesse), .r 62 Spencer ' 

Burrill Austin, scenic painter, bds Willey House 
Burris Emma, r, eating house, r 298 Decatur 

" George K, r, wks Journal, bds 276 S Terry 

*' Thomas, r, lab, r 298 Decatur 
Burrough J B, eng W & A R R 

" J L, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, r 331 Marietta 
Burson John H, r, r 337 Magnolia 

" Martha, (wid Jonathan B), r i Berean av n w cor Iswald 

" Rev Richard, c, bds 196 W Mitchell 
Bnrt Henry P, tinner, r 323 Chestnut 

" Samuel H, c, shoemkr 3 E Mitchell, r 17 Richmond 

" Wm, r, bds 914 W Mitchell 
Burtchaell Miss M A, teacher Wallace St School, r 114 W Baker 
Burton Mad Belle, r 13 Collins 

Charlotte, r, laundress, r [41 Irwin 
Edward, <r, wks Kimball House, r 170 Clarke 
Foster, r, porter D T Heery 
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Burton Henry A, elk Ga R R, r 233 E Hunter 

" James H, eng Atl (ilass Co, r Pulliam, 1 n limits 
'• John, f, lab, r 54 Pratt 

" Lemuel L, wks Atl Constitution, bds 24 Hayden 
" Otto A, fireman Engine Co No 2, bds 24 Hayden 
'• \Vm H, painter R & I) R R, r 19 Hilliard 
" W H, elk claim dept, R <&: D R R, bds 336 Luckie 
Burwell Wm A, trav Graimling-Spalding-Kingsbery Co, r Sparta 
Busbee Willis, brakemn W cV- A R R 
Busby Ann E (wid Wm H), bds 37 old Expo grds 
Bush Augustus C, r, porter Arnold & Arnold, bds 337 Chapel 
" Brook E, painter, r 532 Glenn 
" Charles, coupler C R R 

'• Charles, ex messr E T V «&: G R R, bds 102 Decatur 
•' Edward G. eng E T V & G R R, r 128 Smith 
•' Fred D, dist pass agt L & N R R 42 E Wall, bds Markham 
'* George, c, lab, r 154 Wheat 
" N0rah, r 135 N Bell 
" Robert, wks Atl Glass Co 

'• Robert E, gtengr A & F R R, bds 292 S Terrv 
••" Robert P, cond W &: A R K, r 292 S Terrv 
Busha H H, eng R & D R R, r 3 Daniel 

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Busha L F, fireman R & D R R, r Cornelia cor Edwards 
Bushnell J E, wall paper, room mouldings and fine interior dec- 
orating 43 N Broad, bds Kimball House 
Bussey Mrs Annie, dressmkr 621/3 S Forsyth r same 

Charles, striper Atl Carriage Hdw Co, bds 16 Dunlap 
Hulbert H (pres Atl Straw Hat Mfg Co), r 120 Curran 
Salouel McKinley (wid Nathan), bds 38 W Peachtree 
Samuel T, supt stables Ballard Trans Co, r 24 King 
T E, eng W^ & A R R 
William, r, laborer, r 10 N Butler 
W D, eng W & A R R 
Butch Benjamin, r, plasterer, r i24Tatnall 
Butcher Alfred R, (Butcher & Wingate), r same 

" & Wingate, (Alfred R Butcher & Oliver Wingate), plumbers 
51 Edgewood ave 
Butler Aaron, c, laborer, res 252 N Butler 

'' Aaron G, (Buder, Walcott & Butler), r 5 Fifth ave 

'• Alex, f, oil man Tide Water Oil Co, r 702 Marietta 

" 'Ben, r, painter, r alley from Magnolia n bet Elliott and 

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'• Benjamin G, wks Butler, Walcott & Butler, r 7.5th ave 
" Bernard P, elk The Ryan Co, r 15 Terry 



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Butler Boldin, weaver Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills 
Charles, c, lab G P Ry, bds 414 Mangum 
C, wks Atlanta Gas Co 

Edward, c, wks J W & E C Atkins, r 95 Larkin 
Edward, r, blksmith A Thompson 
Elizabeth F C (wid Thomas J), bds Gordon, WE 
George, r, carp, r (10) Jennings' al 
George, r, porter S C Glass 
George, c, porter I Boyd, r 121 E Harris 
George, r, porter Boyd & Henderson 
G.eorge N (Butler, Walcott & Butler), r 46 Fort 
G S, switchman E T V & Ry 
Henry, cleaner E T V & G Ry 

Butler Henry R, r, physician (Butler, Slater & Co), 202 Wheat, 
r same 

Henry H, mach DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, r 1178 Edgewood ave 

H E, flagman W & A R R, & ' ^' ^ 

H W, fiieman W & A R r' 

Irene H (wid I H), r 678 S Pryor 

James, c, servant S H Venable, r rear 19 Forest ave 

James, c, basketmkr, r 75 Angier ave 

James, c, lab, r rear 186 Summit ave 



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John, wks Butler, Walcott & Butler, r 7 Fifth ave 
John \\\ trav F E Block, r Seneca, S C 
J E, cond E T V & G R R 
Lee, r, lab, r 6^ Porter 
Lula, r 71 Chapel 
Miss Mattie, sten F E Block 
M C (wid M C), r 233 Haynes 
Orange, c, brickmason, bds 56 Phoenix al 
Oscar, mach DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, r 378 Edgewood ave 
Patrick G, wks Wingate & Mell, r 73 N Butler 
Pierce, r, r 173 Clarke | 

Reuben J, carp, r 378 Edgewood ave 
Richard, <r, gardener, r 56 Phoenix al 
Richard, c, wks P H Snook & Son, r 35 Ella 
Robert E, printer Sou Alliance Farmer, r 254 W Fair 
Mrs R A, housekpr Stainback Wilson 
S G, switchmn, bds 740 S Pryor 
, Slater & Co (See next page) 

Thomas A, trunk mkr Abe Foote & Bro, bds 233 Haynes 
Wesley, trunk mkr Abe Foote & Bro, rms 126 Haynes 
Wm, wood wkr Van Winkle G & M Co 



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Will, f, barber B Bennett, bds 969 Marietta 

Wm, ladderman No i H «& L Co, r 6 S Broad 

Wpi, c, driver Fairbanks & Benteen 

Wm, c. waiter H R Durand 

Wpi, wks Woodward Lumber Co 

Wfn, c, porter A P Morgan 

Rev Wm O, ])astor Berean Cong ch, r (12) Berean ave, bet 

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Butler William, eng DeLoach Mfg Co, r 208 Old Wheat~ 
Butt Miss Ethel, teacher Fair St School, bds 246 Woodward ave 

Jesse M, wks Atl Whsing and Compress Co, r 246 Wood- 
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Mai^' E (wid Wm M), bds 16 Windsor 
Tin>;M, lawyer, bds 16 Windsor 
Butterwonh Walter E, elk C R and M office R & D R R, bds 
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" Wm A, elk C R and M office R & D R R, r 116 Luckie 
Button F M, prtr Atl Herald, r Georgia ave, bet Eraser and Reed 
Butts C H, elk R M S, r 58 Walton 

Edward, c, porter E T V & G R R 
Marcellus, c, lab, r 271 N Butler 
Richard, fireman E T V & G R R 
Toney, c, brakeman C R R, r 269 W Mitchell 
Buyer Nathan, c, wks Atl Brewery, r rear loi E Harris 
Buzbee Carter K, grocer 170 Peachtree, r 389 Wheat 
" John W, bds loTumlin 
Wm T, grocer, r 10 Tumlin 

Miss Willie, wks Chamberlin J C Co, bds 232 Luckie 
Buzzell Albert S, prof Tech School, bds 71 Luckie 
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Byars Marshall, c, coachman Mrs K Cox, r rear 2^q Ivv 

'' Park, engET V&GR R 
Byerly Wm, mach Van Winkle G & Mach Co 
Byers Anthony S, bkkpr Fenley Furn Co, r 174 Loyd 
'* Doctor, c, cook J Nix, r 162 Decatur 

Jennie L, (widow Stoddard) teacher, r 174 Loyd 
Miss M E, tailoress H B Elston, r 10 Nesbit 
Rebecca J (wid Robert A), r 10 Nesbit i 
Richard, r, lab, r 91 Hunnicutt 
" Turner, <r, porter Milner Bros & Co, bds 95 Hunnicutt 
'• Wm L, brickmason, r s s W Kimball st, i w Cherry 
Byington Geo W, agt Mut Life Ins Co of N Y, r 255 Capitol ave 

Wm, printer Atl Journal, bds Sharman House. 
Bynum R D, compt Constitution Job dept, r 141 W Mitchell 
Byorth Miss Emily, teacher Boulevard school, bds Willey House 
Byrd see also Bird 

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'' Charles, c, lab Atl Mach Wks, bds 261 Haynes 
Byrd Charles P, publisher and printer and propr Atl Engvg Co 
8 S Broad, r 53 Merritts ave (See adv opp) 
** David, c, ga rdener, t ss Crumley 

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Byrd James, c, porter W H Bell, bds 16 Gray 

'* James E, bkkpr Beerman & Silverman, bds z-ii S Prvor 
J E, brakeman W & A R R 
J W, cond W& A R R 

Perry, c, driver Fuller & Akers, r 3 Mechanic 
Philip, c, carp, r 16 Gray 

Susan A (wid James), bds 55 Powers 1 

Thomas, c, driver, r 22 Windsor I 

Wiley, r, sacker J K Brunner & Co 
Byrnes Solomon B, c, grocer 62 Wells, r 60 same 
Byrom John H, r, shoemkr 44 E Alexander, r 13 Wilson 

" Levi, r, shoemaker, rms 341 Piedmont ave '^ ' 

Byron Miss Fannie, sten Hines & Felder, bds 507 Woodward ave I §• 

'' Thomas, r, barber H A Rucker, r same I ^3 

Byrum Mark B, elk M Furse, r 507 Woodward avei 2 «< 

'' H, r, lab Collins Brick Co \ g. g 

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V,^^^ factory and yard are at 84 Elliott street, ^ §• 

Atlanta. Willingham & Co. | 

C & G Electric Co, electric contractors and supplies, and agts ^ 
Edison Mimeograph, 39 N Broad (See p 2) 

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'* George, t, coachman, 4 Baltimore Place 
" Geo A, asst sec Sou Home Bldg & Ln Assn, r 64 E Ellis 
Cabaniss Henry H, bus mngr Atlanta Journal, r 406 Pchtree 

** John, carp, r 406 W Mitchell 
Cddle, see aho Kmlel. 

" Wm H, cond G P Ry, r 162 Luckie 
Cagle Rufus E, mach hand May Mantel Co 
Cahill Benj F, contractor, bds Cannon House 
Cahiy see also Kane. 

Francis (wid John, fr), bds 42 Hood 
Jeff, eng W & A Ry 
Joseph V M, policeman, r 73 Alexander 
R H, bds 740 S Pryor 
Caldecott George C A, bath rms 10^2 Decatur, r 122 Luckie 
Calder Charles, motormn Atl Traction Co V » 

Caldwell Amelia (wid Robert), r 12 (iilmer 

" Anna, r, charwoman custom hse, r 224 W Mitchell 
Caldwell Bros, (Joseph B &: Robert H), clothing and gents 
furnishing gds, 9 Whitehall 
" Clarence, bkkpr Caldwell Bros, bds Gordon. W E 
" H Cobb, rec tellr Neal Ln & Bnkg Co, bds i Baltimore blck 

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CaWwell James, r 63 W Mitchell 

*' James M, elk J H Caldwell, bds Irwin, W E 

•' John A, city elk and marshall W E, r Gordon, W E 

'• John E, painter E T V & G R R 

•• John H, grocer Gordon, cor Lee, W E, r Lee, W E 

•• John J, painter, bds Homer, nr Curran 

•' Jos*eph B (Caldwell Bros), r 17 Markham 

*' J J, brakeman W & A R R 

" J VV, asst bookkpr Langston & Woodson, bds 20 Church 

*• Lawrence, c; lab Van Winkle G & M Co 

•* Mary (wid John), bds Gordon, W E 
Robert, elk G P Ry, bds 25 Bailey 

Robert H (Caldwell Bros), grocer Lee, cor Gordon, W E, 
Robert H, Jr, elk R H Caldwell, bds Gordon, W E 
Robert T, elk S E Tariff Ass'n, bds Westmoreland House 
R E, elk. R O Campbell, r 25 Bailey 
Samuel H, r McMillan N Atl 
Wm, molder, Van Winkle G & Mach Co 
W W, elk C R & M Office, R & D R R, bds 131 Spring 
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CalllOUn Abner "W, physician, eye, ear, throat and nose, 62 
"* Marietta, r 93 Capitol Square 

** Alpha E, col Gate City Bnk, bds 59 Walker 
Calhoun Andrew E, city recorder and lawyer, 25 Gate City 
Bank Bldg, bds 97 N Pryor 
'* Ann, r, cook r 2 Orme 

*' Miss Annie, ruler, J B Holt, bds 35 Hills ave 
Arthur W, elk Taylor & Galphin, bds 74 Luckie 
Charles, elk G P R R, bds 78 Magnolia 
Charlie, c, lab, r 3 Welton Place 

Charles A, sten Calhoun, King & Spalding, bds 170 Crew 
Cornelius, c^ lab, r (17) Grady 
C, wks Atl Glass Co \ 

David, r, lab E T V & G R R, r Gate City nr Arthur, S Atl 
Frank, ^, minister, bds 16 Blaekgum, S Atl 
Miss Georgia, bds 214 E Georgia ave ' 

Horace C, c, wks Boyd & Baxter, bds w s Chattahoochee, 

2 s North ave | 

Miss Indiana, bds 214 E Georgia ave 
John, ^, plasterer, r 16 Blaekgum, S Atl 
John, c, lab, r w s Chattahoochee, 2 s North ave 
John Jr, ^, bds w s Chattahoochee, 2 s North ave 



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Calhoun, King & Spalding l;Pat Calhoun, Alex C King, Jack 
J Spalding), attorneys, and gen Sou counsel Richmond 
Terminal system, 216 to 222 Kiser bldg 
'* Margaret M (wid Andrew P), r Peachtree, cor Wilson 
** Miss Mary, folder J R Holt, bds 35 Hill's ave 
Calhoun Pat (Calhoun, King & Spalding), vice-pres R & D Ry 
Kiser Bldg, r 979 Peachtree 
Patrick H, elk ordinary Fulton county, r 156 Crew 
Perry, ^, plasterer, r 139 Houston 
S J, eng E T V & G Ry 
Wiley, butcher, r 35 Hill's ave 
Wm, c. driver Jno S Bigby 
Wm D, stenographer, bds 17 Washington 
Calhoun "Wm L, lawyer and ordinary Fulton co, r 17 Washgton 

'' Bart, brakeman E T V & G Ry 
California Wine Co, Robert Schmidt, mngr, whol wines and 

liquors 25 Whitehall 
Caligraph Writing Machines, Torbett & McCandless, agts, 

22 Kimball House, Decatur (See top lines) 
Calkins Mrs Amelia M, bds 216 Capitol ave 
Callaghan John J, mach W & A shops, r 41 Markham 
Thomas, printer Eve Herald, bds 178 Simpson 



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Callahan Augusta A. (wid Wm). r 15 Jones ave 

** Edward'l. appr Piedmont Kng vS: Mach Co. bds 15 W ood- 

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'* Miss Fannie, wks Atl Paper Co. bds 15 Woodward aye 
'* Miss Jessie, wks Atl Paper Co. bds 15 Woodward ave 
" Patrick. bai:i:ao;e mst (la R R. bds 276 E Fair 

Callaway Miss Abbie. teacher Girls High Sch. bds 1 1 7 Capitol ave 
•' Augustus. .-. lab. r ^2 McOaniei 
'• Cicero, .\ wks W U Tel Co. r 12 Trenholm 
'• Edward, room dk Kimball House, bds same 
*• Edward G. printer Constitutian Job Office, bds 20 Jeanette 
•• Euijene C. trav Moore. NLarsh <S: Co, bds 117 Capitol ave 
'• Evans W. .. wks Atl Paper Co. bds 222 Glenn 
•' George, with Exposition Co. bds 20 Jeanette 
•• Gus. wks Spu Furniture Co. 
•• Henry. *". porter Singer Mfg C\^ 
•• Henrv. »", waiter Capital City Club 
•* -Howard R (M C c\: J F Riser ^S: Co), r 56 Currier 
•• 1 Tucker, r S3 E Ellis 
•• James, r. gardener, r 94 Richmond 
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'V Martin. i\ drayman, r 15 Gunby 

•• Ophelia, seamstress, r 164 Piedmont ave 

•• Robu i. wks R c^ D shops 

•• Robert C. elk W .V A R R. bds The Arlington 

••. Miss^^Sailie T. r 179 S Pryor 

• L Bel^ker. r. coal and wood, r S9 E Ellis 
^ S Clayton, with Lumpkin. Cole cS: Stewart, bds 117 Captl ave 

•• S C. r, lab. r 14 Trenholm 

•• Thomas W. civil eng. bds 99 Walton 

•• }\m, i. lab. bds i42"E Baker 

•• ^Vm. r, shoemaker j^ Lee 

•• .\Vm L wks H Cranl^shaw & Co. bds 20 Jeanette 
Callen«.obert B. elk E Beall. bds 139 Wheat 
Califf John, painter, r 74 Lowe , 

" Miss Maggie, wks Trio Laundry, r 74 Lowc 
Callowav A. wks Atl Glass Co 

- D J, mach ET V & G R R 

'' Elfen, c, grocer 678 Marietta, r same 

** ,' John, c, wks B Jarrett & Sons, r 223 Hayncb 

•' ' John. c. wks J H Spilman. r 94 Fort 

" Joseph, wks Gholstin Spring Bed Co, bds 299 Bass 



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Rev N C, <, r 13 Beerman 
•• Reuben, c, draymn, r 678 Marietta 
Reuben, c, lab, r 158 Gray 

• Thomas J, barber, bds io8»4 S Forsyth 
'• W R, rlk Senate, bds 97 Capitol Scjuare 

Calvert Wm T, elk I) H Dougherty & Co, bds 51 N Forsyth 
Cameron Benjamin H, bkkpr DeLoach Mfg Co, r 58 Crew 

-' M E, wks Atl Cotton Mills 

•' Wm H, wks Atl Cot Mills, r 59 Magnolia 
Cammack Richard C, 52 old Capitol bldg, bds 32 Houston 
(\mp, Af'r aUo Kcntjf 

-' Abner, carrier Journal, bds 9 Leonard 

• A L, coal, bds 86 N Pryor 

" Benjamin A, elk J R Babb, r 35 Bailey 

•• Booker, r, lab Beutell Mfg Co 

•• Claude M, student, bds 366 Grant 

•' Daniel C (Duncan & Cam])), r 61 Merritts ave 

Felix, rms 37 Church 

(leorge, i; carp, r 74 Henry 
' James, r, driver J W Morrow, r 106 Woodward ave 
•• James N, mach Van Winkle G & M Co, bds 249 Simpson 



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Calloway James N, physician, r Chestnut nr Bellwood ave Bellw'd 

•• John, I, lab, r Waterhouse Edgewood 

•• John, r, lab, res rear 9 Parks 

•• John A R, elk O'Conner cS: Ellis, bds Oak w e 

•• Joseph J, farmer, res 366 Grant 

•• Jot, student, bds 90 Nelson 
I G, lawyer, bds 90 Nelson 

•• L, r, lab Atl Mach Wks 

•' Miss L, wks Brown Bros & Co, r Stone Mountain 

•• Matthew H, lab, r 9 Leonard 

Melton P, wks Duncan & Camp, r 90 Nelson 

•• Nancy A (wid George W), r 79 W Peachtree ; 

•• Oscar '{\ elk R Dohme, bds 169 Gilmer 
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'• Walker C., farmer, bds Oak W K 
" U'avncr A, grot er, 307 Deoalur, bcls 256 H Hunter 
" Wm H, elk Wood, Ik'aiimont Co. r 97 K Cieorgia ave 
'• Wm M, elk r P Car Co. bcls 79 W Teaehtr^pe 
Cam])l-i^ll A, book agt, bds 72 Marietta 

Benjamin, eng C R'R 
- '• Chas T, wks Atl Compress «S: Wlise Co, r 454 Woodward ave 
" Cornelia A (wid Wm 1). bds 496 Courtland ave 
*• CM., col r F Collier ' 
•• Daniel, barkpr H () l^yrne, bds Metropolitan Hotel 

Drucilla (wid James) r 191 Liukie 
•• n Crowell, spec agt Amer Fire Ins Co ,^0 Old Capitol Hldg, 

bds 156 W Pea< htree 
•• Emma (wid Charles A), dressmkr Mrs Adler, r 21 McAfee 
•■ (ieorge 1>, printer C V Hyrd. bds Scarrett House 
•• (jeorge W, painter, r 76 Hr\an 

Henry, wks Sou Agrl Wks, bds 5 X'ictoria 
•* Henry, r, brickmason, bds 8 Piefimont ave 
Herbert L, elk Langston c^' Woodson, r W K 
Campbell Humphrey B, machine, genl repair and novelty 
wks, 20 K Mitchell, bds 46 E Mitchell (See p 54J 

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'* f James, saloon 29 S Pry or, r 29 Eraser 

*• s^james, r, lab. bds 41 Rhodes 

'• James, c. shoemkr 210 Marietta, r same 

•' ; James H, collector, r 168 Piedmont ave 

•• r James M, wks Boyd & Baxter, r Bellwood 

** i^Jennie O (wid J B), r 156 W Peachtree ': 

Campbell John, tailor, bds Lee. W E 

" 4 John A, wks Sou Agrl Wks, r 194 Pine 

*• ^John C, rms Wheat, cor Piedmont ave 

•' "f'John P, wks DeLoach Mfg Co, r 180 Randolph > 

*• ; ^Irs J, bds The Normandie 

** ■ 1 Bela, bkkpr J Thompson, r 110 W Baker 

••5 Bulow, bkkpr R O Campbrll, bds 156 \V Peachtree 

*• 'Louis, r, carp, bds 391 Richardson 

** '' ^larv (wid Alfred), r Clarke, bet Connally and Martin 
Cam{)bell Miles M (Harris Lime Co), r Ash by, W E 
Campbell Richard O, coal, coke and wood 36 N Broad and 95 



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Robert, f, r 97 Washington 
Robert, c, lab. r 44 Emmett 
R'Carson, grocer 972 Marietta, r same 




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'• Thomas, wks Fenley Furniture Co, bds 22 South 
• Thomas, r, wks Ga Pine Lumber Co 
'• Wm, blksmith Sou Agrl Wks, r 5 Victoria 
" Wm, r, shoemkr, r Thompson al 
^- Wm L molder-Tech Schl, bds 5 Victoria 
CampbellWm J, (tel 698), mngr Constitution Job Office, r 
496 Courtland ave 
Wm L, motorman A C St Ry Co, bds 168 Piedmont ave 
Wm P, cot shipper SM Inman ik Co 
Wm W^, motorman A C St Ry Co 
" W J, eng DeLoach Mill Mfg Co 
Campfield Warren, c, butler 348 Spring 
Canady Samuel, r, city lab, bds 157 Magnolia 
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" Asa (L pres Blood Balm Co, r Edgewood 
Candler Charles M, sec Geo W Scott Mfg Co. r Decatur, Ga 
Candler John S, (Candler & Lee), r Edgewood 

" Martha B (wid Sam C), r Edgewood 
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Candler & Lee (John S Candler, Blewett A Lee), lawyers, 34^ 

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Candler & Thomson (Milton A Candler. Wm S Thomson), 

lawyers, 5-6 Fitten Bldg, 30//^ Marietta 
Cann Joe, grocer, 313 Peters, r same 
Cxinnady, ^ee. aho Kennedy \ 

" Andrew J, brickmason, bds 499 Whitehall 
Cannon Miss B Annie, millinery, bds 213 Loyd 

• • Charles G, wks Boyd & Baxter, bds 43 Magnolia 

•• Cicero, drayman Randall & Bros, bds 708 Marietta 

'• Ernest R, bkkpr L H Hall & Co, bds no Ivy 

•• Ellen (wid James), r 98 Loyd 

•• Frank, elk Ga R R Depot, r 54 King 

•• George W, shoemkr, 443 Marietta, r w 3rd nr McMillan 

•• Harvey, c, drayman, r 90 Rhodes 

House, N Cannon propr, 64^ Decatur 

•• Isham, r, wks W'oodward Lumber Co 

" James, c, wks D Vignaux 

*• Jas, c, plasterer, res 220 Irwin 

'• James W, carp, r n s Bleckley, 11 e Peachtree 



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• Sylvester, wks V H H.ill Jv (\> 
Wm. r S4 \\\ 

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Canterberr\ »1 M. b(i> i ;; ^^ I'\ni 
Cante\ Kdward. .. lab. 1 2\(^ M( Paniel 

'* Harry, elk Triixui Taint ('o.J^ds 15 V Milt'hell 
Can tey John, iMelone. (.\int\ ;mil R.nvson^. r 214 S Pr\ <>i 
("antrell Aaron, rarn. r l-'zra, sc cor \\ ^tb 

Cbarles f. * Ik Tlio R\an (\\ Inls.ic; Wa^binglon 
David P>. *arj\ 1 2 Kzra 

VVni C\ iMintei Kiiii: Stationerv \ Trtu (.^\ bds 26 Jones 
C\a]>e lame> A. rlk ^^'(^otb Beaumont (,\\ r 406 C R R 

'* AVm ^^". niaik, rr.nnbam <\: Ra\ . r 143 Himnieiitt 
Capebart Miss Ma\ . ti^Uler Constitution. 1 464 laiekie 
Capers Fred S. ron^i W \- A R R 

Capital City Bank, ('.eorge ^^ Parroit pres. Cbarles A Collier 
v-j>rc>. 1aei^!> Haas easbr. 25 W'liiteball (See p 6) 

THE liUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.'*- Y?SS".i^W'"'- 

OF NEW YORK. ( No. 10 Decatur St. 

Capital City Club, Cajn Henry Jaekson pres. J C Courtney 

sec \ ind trea^, H V Adams snjn. 1S6 Peacbtree 
Capital Female College The, Miss Le<^nora l^e^k prin, j^4 

j;h. ;S C^ar^itoi So,uare (See adv page 00) 
Capfan. srr nls,i Kaiil>in 

Isaav . peddler, r 82 S Butler 
Capp> H E. elk K T \ \ G R R 
Carbine John C. boilermkr. r ^h Meehanie 
Cardin Benjamin F. biksmith R \- D R R shops 
Careker John ^^'. i. }>orter R W Farrow, r 15S Wheat 
Ckirrv. *f*' a/.<o iktry. 

Claude. hel}>er (." A Conklin Mtg Co 
C Q. operator J M Moore Shoe Co 
;• Rev. Clement C\ pastor St John's M E Ch. '• 21^ Crumley 

Ellen. (•. lunch house 67 S Pryor. r same 
•' James, wks Sou Agrl Wks 

John, r 313 Boulevard 
•• John H. carp, r 79 Henry 

Paul, bkkpr Atlanta Mach Wks. r 313 Boulevard 
Samuel, c'. car]^. r 23 Rawson 
"• Wilson. I. niniir E Carey, r same 
Cargile Eewi> H (M ^: i, H Cargile), r Connally bet Eiltle c\: Love 





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Mit( hell, Ir, c, carp, r 277 Praser 

M & \. H", r, (Mbrhell c*^' F,ewis H), \mdertkrs 9-jr Ivy 
Thos, r, draymn, r Oliver, Edgewood 
Zeb, r, carf., r N Butler, 2 s of E Ffarris 
Carlend Miss <:bristine,, dressmkr, bds 68 Church 
Carlin fames V, rlk auditrs offif e R <S: D R R, bds 53 N Pryor 

'' John F, elk auditrs office R «^' D R R, bds Bristol Hse 
Carlisle Alex, ^ lab,C R R 

" Anderson, r, far re|»r C R R r 24 Davis 
'* Frederic k I), eng E \ V cS^ (> R* R, bds 129 Windsor 
•' I Reidy, wks Atl Journal, bds 129 Windsor 
'' James C, furniture 80 S Pryor, r 21 Yonge . 
'' James C, [)olicemn, r 129 Windsor 
•' Joseph C, tea( her banjo 43 >^ Whitehall, r same 
'' Mrs Mary I, dressmkr 129 Windsor, r same 
•' Moses, r, driver SSS("o, r if)i Connaily 
'* Robert, r, lab C R R, bds 20 Davis 

''• Wm H, sten .Sou Mut Bldg Sz f.oan Assn, bds 129 Windsor 
Carlton Mrs Ann, wks J M Neal, r i^i McDaniel 

P>enton C, jeweler 13 Whitehall, r 38 Piedmont ave \ 
Hal, feeder Empire Prtg Co, bds 2 Carlton ave 

AGENTS ROSIN DROSS KINDLING | . 

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Carlton James E, (McKeldin & Cirlton), bds 229 Peacbtree 

James K P, (Carlton & Smith. Arnold, Carlton Sz McCord, 

A I> Deikin <!^ Co), i* 196 Oew 
Jesse C, (A E Deikin <S: OjK bds 196 Crew 
John C C, elk Carlton & Smith, r- 2 Carlton ave 
John M B, produce 12 S Broad, bds 35 Poplar 
Joseph, f, car greaser C R R 
*• Joseph A. bds 262 Crew \ 

•' Paul B. pressman Empire Prtg Co, bds 2 Carlton ave 
•• Wfllis. r, lab, r 33 Greens Ferry al 
•' W Howard, clkj M B Carlton, bds 35 Poplar 
'• W H, wks Adanta Cotton Mills 
Carlton & Smith (J K P Carlton. H D Smith), wholsale pro- 
duce and commission. 4 N Forsyth 
Garlyle see Carlide. 
Carmichael Brown, carp, r 229 Crew 

" Miss Chattie E. tailoress. r 666 Marietta 

" Daniel, c, elk, bds 24 Roach 

■' Eugene B. mnojr Citv Circulation Constitution, r 137 Crew 

•' Frank T, firenian W'& A R R, bds Emmett nr Curran 

•• John W, physician, r 64 Gartrell 

•• John W, wks G P Ry Shops, r Hampton. N Atl • 



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Carmichael Julia, (wid John) bds Emmett nr Curran, n Atl 
I Bartow, grocer 134 Marietta bds 145 Walton 
'^ ) H, eng W & A R R 

Miss Nannie A, tailoress, bds 666 Marietta 
•• Oliver L, grocer, res Emmett nr Curran, n Atlanta 

Randal, r, carp, r 221 Crew 
•' Robert A, asst electrotyper J P Harrison & Co 
Robert N, salesman, C G Ibach, r 263 Peters 
" Wm M, meat 544 Marietta and grocer 47 Chattahoochee 
Woodson, i, wks Phoenix Planing Mill 
Carnahan Frank W, mas trains E T V & G R R, bds 71 Marietta 
Carnegie, Bros & Co, liimited, Walter M Kelley sales agt 

steel rails, 38 Gould Bldg 

Carnegie, Phipps & Co, Limited, Walter M Kelley sales agt 

steel and structural iron, beams, girders and boiler and 
tank steel and steel wire nails, 38 Gould Bldg 
Games S P, elk Gramling & Nesbit 
Carney John F, train disp E T V vv: G R R, r 89 Hood 
Caro E C, elk R M S, bds 99 Walton 
Carpenter Bros (John L & Wm R). meat 516 Decatur 
Carpenter Chas M, v-pres Sou Paint & Glass Co, rms 57 Walton 
'• Cicero A, wks Gholstii\ Sp.ing Bed Co, bds 19 Daniel 

' LeSUEUR & RUNGE]architects 

•^ ■■VWWtWII UL I IWll Ml- (Room 41,01d Capitol Bmldinff 

Carpenter E S, fireman E T V & G R R 
Henry E, dentist, bds 194 Rawson 
James O, dairyman, r east end E Fair 
James T, elk Sou Paint & Glass Co, bds 57 Walton 
John L (Carpenter Bros), r (20) Berean ave 
John, bds 19 Daniel 

Leander D, dentist, 47 1/4 Whitehall, r 194 Rawson 
Robert H, bds 194 Rawson 

Thomas, carp, r Berean ave bet Iswald and Tennel 
Wm L, bds 194 Rawson 
Wm R (Carpenter Bros), r (10) Borne 
W' I, salesman Sevier Installment Co, bds 31 Waverly pi 

Carr, see also Karr and Kerr 

Alex, lab, bds Bellwood ave nr Marietta 
Benjamin F, eng, r Bellwood ave nr Marietta 
Benjamin F, foremn Hightower, Rankin & Co 
Brown, c, carp Fischer Bros 

Brown, c, porter Beck & Gregg, bds 81 Edgewood ave 
Charles, mach hnd Hightower, Rankin & Co 
Charles W F, com Atl Newspaper Union, r Decatur 
( laude C, wks Empire Prtg Co, bds J W Carr 
Edwin, tinner Thomas Kirke & Co, bds 141 Vcnable 



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" Euclid W, electrician Electric Novelty Wks, bds J W Carr 
" Eugene, c, office boy, bds 192 Eraser 

George T, whol cigars & tobacco 14 N Broad, r 140 Spring 



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Horace, lab, bds Bellwood ave, nr Marietta 
Isaac, c, driver Jarboe & Johnson, bds 71 Fort 
James W, elk R D Mann & Co, bds 140 Spring 
Jane V (wid Elias RJ, r 28 Cooper 
John, r, drayman, r 192 Eraser 

" John P, wks Southern Star, bds J W Carr 

'• John W, r Walnut, Edgewood 

*• Robert, f, plasterer, r 358 Crumley 

- Robert Jr, r, lab, bds 358 Crumley 

*' Roland, c, wks T A Conger, r 104 Fort 

'• Sebron, c, whitewasher. r 397 Glenn 

'• Thomas, brakeman E T V & G R R 

*' Wm G, cashr Kimball House 
Carraway James B, collr F W Miller & Co, r 160 Piedmont ave 

'• James C, printer Atl Newspr Union, bds 160 Piedmont ave 

" M Claude, trav, r 15 Ponce DeLeon ave 




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Carraway Saml W D, foreman Christian Index, r 234 Foundry 
*' Ward L, bkkpr F W Miller & Co, bds 160 Piedmont ave 
Carrie E G, brakeman W & A R R 
Carrier A B, res agt U S Lite Ins Co, r 113 Marietta 
" C Robert, carp, r 136 S Boulevard 
♦' Wesley, c, hostler, bds 306 Hilliard 
Carrigan John M, elk T T Wright, bds 130 Houston 
Carrington Elizabeth (wid Osborn), r Mason & Turner Ferry rd 
bet Simpson & Magnoha 
** Miss Sue, elk G Garrow, bds 138 Whitehall 
Carroll Augustus H, elk C R R, r 181 Mills 
" Burt, elk C M Morris, r 10 Hilliard 
'' Clarence, student, bds 50 Courtland ave 

Eugene, plumber B A Reynolds, bds 46 E Mitchell 

Eugene H, elk Joseph Thompson, r 40 E Ellis 

George, r, porter R M Bower, r 62 W Cain 

George P, grocer 373 E Hunter, r same 

Georgia (wid Floyd), r 43 Trinity ave 

Jule A, col W & A R R, r 191 Courtland ave 

Miss Laura, dressmkr Mrs W W Haskell, bds 58 W Fair 

Matthew C, cutter Hall & Bickerstaff, r 58 Loyd 

Mary, (wid Elisha), bds 200 W Fair 



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Nannie. {\\\d Klbort), r 15 N'ongo 
Nathan, .. lal\ r 109 Thompson 
Miss Rebec* a. wks ] V Harrison iV Co 
Wni A, with 1 v\; N R R. bils 191 Courtland avet 
Winston R, <lk M(Mris. Kwinii vS: Co. hds 10 Hillianl 
Carson :\ndre\v. < . driver J ]• Redd 

Benjamin R. lnit( her. r 224 \'ine 
•' Charles 1,. pninter 5; K Hunter • 

FAwards. briekmason. rms 9S N'Pr\(ir 
Ht^r\, ,-. bellbo\ Kimball Hinise. r 114 N lUitler 
•■ JaivJcs H. cnu Mnrsh. Smith iV Marsh, r 123 Logan 
** Mat-< us I. wks 1- \\ Hart Sash and Poor Co, r \v s South. 9 
n ol" Wallace 
Carswell Abraham, brakeman E r \' <Jv: (1 R R 
Carter Andrew P. trav A O Adair v\: McCarty Rros. bds Lee. W E 
Arthur. . . lab. r Alabaster al 
'. Benjamin F, <lk Commer Agriculture, rms 97 Old Ca))itol 
Charles G. bds 156 W Baker 

Columbus M. cabinet mkr.152?, Marietta. r27i l>uckie 
Hewitt, r 21 (iilmer 
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Carter D F. sealer. AV \- A R R. rms 246-?, Marietta 

Ed .-. butler F P Rice 

Edgar V. (Rosser ^: Carter), r Fee W E 

Edward, . . barber J Brown 

Rev Edward B. ., pastor Friendship Baptist Ch. r 71 Tatnall 

Eli, r. wks S F Knapp. r Fynch Al 

Eliza. i\ schl teacher, r 25 Johnston ave 

E. wks Trowbridge Fur Co 

E D. appr W .^- A R R 

Frank, comp Journal, res Clarksion, (ia 
Carter Frank, real estate bkr 8 ^o ^V Alabama, bds 403 Wheat 

" Frank, r, eating house, 124 Decatur, r same 
Carter Frank W, sccty Sou Belting Co, res Boston. Mass 

George A (Carter <t Barnes), r 45b Luckie 

George N. trav Sou Belting Co, res 263 Ivy 

George W, piano mnfr. res 58 W Peachtree 

Handy, i\ drayman, r Rockwell S Atl 

Henry, c, carp, res 341 Rawson 

Hugh, cashier J M High (Sc Co, bds 450 Luckie 

Isaac, i\ lab C R R 

Isaiah, r, packer Lamar d* Rankin Drug Co, res 80 Martin 

Jacob, c. wks Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills 



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Carter Jacob, c, wks Sou Agrl Wks, ])ds 14 Plum 

'• James, gas fitter Cxuimarin, Engles Sz Stockton, r 33 Mays 

" James, eng C,a R R, bds 82 Terry 

'• James, painter, bds 30 Factory Lot 

'' James, r, bds 261 Wmdsor | 

" James, r, waiter Mnrkham House, bds 294 Wheat 

(ames I), bkkpr, r 75 W Peachtree 
'■ "fames J' (Carter Sz Evans), r 196 Courtland ave 
" fohn, wks Trowbridge Furn Co 
" John, r moulder Winship Mch Co, r 188 Markham 
" John J, wks Gholstin Spring Bed Co, r 162 S Boulevard 
Carter Joseph G, presThe Soi^i Art C;iass Co, bds 48;^ Decatur 
Carter Josiah A, mng editor Fve Herald, r Inman Park 
" Josiah C, broker 17 Alabama, r 403 VV^heat 

Farkin, r, lab, r 39 fioulevar^ 

Lewis, r, lab May Mantel Co; 

Louisa A (wid Wm M), r 156 W Baker 

Milton, f, porter Capital City Bnk, bds 302 Fraser 

Ned, r, butler H F Scott, r rear 274 Peachtree 

Oliver, r, carp, r 302 Fraser 

Oliver Jr, f, carp, bds 302 Fraser 

Pink, Cy brakeman, r 62 Robbins al 



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Carter Richard, r, carp, r 85 Haynes 

" Richard H, r, elk R M S, r 261 Wheat 



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" Robert, c, carp, r 248 Currier 
•' Robert, c, porter So Agrl Wks. r 14 Plum 
" Robt L, trav R A Patterson Tobacco Co, bds Kimball House 
Carter Thomas H, Commr Sou R & S Assn, r 358 Peachtree 
'' Walter B, (Linch & Carter), r Ashby, WE 
'• Wm, plasterer, r 65 Hilliard 
" Wm, r, lab, bds 497 E Fair 

Wm, c, wks S S S Co, r Thomahville 

Wm E, electrician C & G Electric Co, bdsTalmadge House 
Wm H, printer J P Harrison & Co, r Clarkston. Ga 
Wm M. printer Constitution, r 269 Luckie 
W Benjamin, wks J H Kuhns. bds 450 Luckie 
W Colquitt, elk U S Dist Couri, bds 97 N Pryor 
Carter & Barnes. (George A Carter. Lovic P Barnes), lawyers 

3I3 W^hitehall ^ I 

Carter & Evans. (James T Carter. Wm T Evans), real estate 

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C'arvin Andrew, i\ lab. mis 259 Maikhain 

lames. <, wks Kimball Hcnise 
Carwell Tombs, ins agt. bils 71 Marietta 
Ciiry, !*(r al^o Carfij 

" Mrs Alice P, tea( her Morris lirown College, r 5 Hradley 

'^ Jeff, <; drayman K W Hill, r 186 K Cain 
Case Cieorge 1>, maeh R vV !> R R sho|>s. bds 171 Walton 

'' Mrs l.uey A. i. matron Southern Hall. Atl University, r same 
Casey Andv. <. r rear 91 Liu kie 

" ' Bernard C\ elk A O M (kiy .V Son. bds 86 S I'ryoi 

" Edward, elk I, C dieshire. r Marietta rd 

•• Jack P. switchman (i V Ry, r^si North ave 

" 'James M. maeh, bds 41 (iresham 

•* John, wks VanWinkle (iin and Maeh Co 

*' Joseph F, wks .\tl Cotton Mill, bds McDonald, nr CHirran, 

Michael C. tvav Commercial Oil Co, bds i^ Trinity ave 
■ Will, r, grocer 218 Decatur, r 594 K Hiiiiler 
Cash Augustus M, with Atl Glass Co. r I'ope. S Atl 

" Harrison, lab. r nr Clark University 

■• lames, lab Atl Con St R R ' 

Hnies, r, wks K T V & C R R shops, r w s l.oyd 2 n Alice 

" Joseph .\. wks Atl Compress & \V H Co, r 139 S Korsyth 



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Cashen James, h^j wks Kimball House 
Cashman Peter C. r 276 Liickie -'^^^ 
Cason F.dwin M, citv detective, r 99 Lovejoy 

Horace L, trav A R Hawkes. bds Kimball House 
Jewell M. (Cason & Hudgins) bds Grant House 
M A, barber. 17 19 S Pryor. r Tallapoosa Ga 
•' Richard M, cond W v\: A R R. bds 422 Woodward Ave 
•' & Hudgins, (J M Cason, O E Hudgins) mdse and lumber 
brokers, 24^ S Pryor 
Casper Lee, 6*. wks W R Johnson " 

Cass Charles H. r 75 Fort 

Cassell Publishing Co, D E Luther sou mngr 66-68 Whitehall 
Cassells Luther -M, trav Geo W Scott Mfg Co, res Decatur, Ga 
Cassidy George E, supt Shops Techl Inst, bds i Baltimore PI 

" Miss Nettie, dressmkr Odair (^ Shumate, bds 275 E Hunter 
Cassin Alph P,with J F Redd, bds 46 E Mitchell 
** Cornelius P, bds 19 Baltimore Pi 
" Dr George S, salesman California Wine Co, r 13 Hill 
Cassin Henry A, cashier Ga Loan, Savings & Banking Co, bds 

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Cassirer Theodore H, barkpr Hotel Weinmeister, r 76 W Harris 
Castell% John, r, wks H J Hoffman 



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Castle Frederick, maeh ET V ^ (^ shops, bds 80 McDaniel 

" Miss MoUie, waitress Scarratt House, bds same 
Castleberry Columbus, carp, r 78 McAfee 

" John (), trav John Silvey ik Co, bds 115 Crew 

Mack, mattress mkr, r rear 16 Chestnut 
•' Martha (wid Merrill T), r Lee, W E 
" Oscar, r, wks Atl I'runk fcty, bds 346 Hilliard 
" Zach (Pellegrini cS: Castleberry), bds (irant House 
Castleman Humi)hreys, stocks ^' bonds 13 E Ala, r 598 Peachtree 
Catching Benjamin H, dentist 321^ Whitehall, r 357 Capitol ave 
CatchingsStej)hen, r, wks Kimball House 
Catchins Walter, collr J F Redd, bds 45 Trinity ave 
Cate (Jeorge W, elk .Sou Ry & .Ss Assn, bds 435 F: Fair 
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" Charles C, r, grocer 201 Whieat 

" Josei)h, trunk mkr Lieberman & Kaufman, bds 143 Marietta 
" Mrs R R, tailoress H B PLlston, r 143 Marietta 
'•' Thomas, l)ds 143 Marietta 
Cates Rufus P>, mattress mkr Haas & (iuthman, r 420 V. Fair 
Steven M, carp E V V & G R R shops, r (333) Windsor 
Wm P, blksmith 488 W Hunter, r W Mitchell nr Jeptha 

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Cathcart Franklin H, bkkpr Floian & Morrison, rms 74 W Pchtree 
•' (xeorge N, draughtsmn motive dept R & T) R R, r 412 
Edgewood ave 
Catherwood M R, elk Clainri Dept R&D Ry, bds 164 Loyd 

" Thomas B, elk Claim Dept R&D Ry, bds 164 Loyd 
Cattell Forest M, floor mngr Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, bds 242 

Richardson 
Catley Miss Lizzie, dressmkr Mrs C A Robinson, bds 332 Wood- 
ward ave 
Mrs Mary A, r 332 Woodward ave 
Richard, drayman F E Block, r 182 Lovejoy 
(hto, see also Cat^r. ' 

'' Andrew, i\ porter S A McDonald, bds 22 Hills ave 
•* Augustus, ^, lab, r 54 McDaniel 
'• Eugene, c, bds 22 Hills ave 
'• George, c, wks The Lowe Bros Cracker Co 
*' J R, elk Sou Exp Co, bds 63 W Mitchell 
•' Samuel, c, lab Anderson, W^ylie & Jones 
•' Wm M, Cy porter Pullman Car Co, r 270 Hilliard 
Catton Wm, eng Excelsior Steam Laundry Co, bds 3 Hill 
Cauble Johnl)' tinner W & A R R, bds 99 Piedmont ave 
Caull Henrv/niach R & D RR shop, r 218 Irwin 



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Causey John N, painter E 1' V & G Ry, bds 1 1 Plumb 

" Wm, mach hand Hightower, Rankin & Co, bds 2 Ella 
Cauthorn Thomas E, trav Moore Marsh & Co, bds 279 Peachtree 
Cave Henry S, secty The H I Kimball House Co, bds Kimball 

House, (tel 156) 
Cavil Archie, i, porter G T Dodd & Sons, r 180 Hilliard 
Cavin Berry, wks Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills 
Cawhern George, carp, bds W 5th ne cor Ezra 

'' John NiT, carp, r W 5th bet Ponder ave and Ezra 
*' Missouri A, (wid W Harvey), r W 5th ne cor Ezra 
• " Wm M, carp H Crankshaw &Co, r ws Ponder ave 4 sW 5th 
Cawley Miss Annie, cook Hebrew Orphans Home 
" Rich^^rd, i, wks Traynham & Ray 
" Wm \V, elk Bates, Kingsbery & Co, r 263 Jackson 
Cawthon Albert C, carp Winship Mch Co, bds 309 Simpson 
John F, chck rm elk Kimball House, r 312 Simpson 
John H, bds 309 Simpson 
Sarah J, (wid Wm A), r 309 Simpson 
Gus, i\ wks The Lowe Bros Cracker Co 
Cay, see also Kdf/ 

'^ John E, cot clasr Maddox-Rucker Bank Co, r 39 North ave 
Center, .^ee al<o Senter 

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Center Geo W. cond Met St Ry Co 

*' Phineas W. r 252 Cooper 
Central Bank Block Assn, H F Scott, sec, 6)4 W^hitehall 
Central City Fire Ins Co, J N Moody, agt. 20 G C Bnk Bldg 

" Coal & Wood Co, Schmidt «S: Gatins, proprs, 45 Thompson 

'.' Hotel, 60 V> Decatur 

'' Publishing House, Wilhelm & Preston, mngrs, subscription 
books, 661^ Whitehall 
Central Kailroad of Georgia, J C Haskell, agt office end frt 

depot W Mitchell, junc C R R 
Cerf Edgar A, elk Alex Kreisle, bds 274 Whitehall 

" Harry F, trav, bds 274 Whitehall 

•' Solomon B, elk A Rosenfeld & Son, bds 274 Whitehall 

*' Sophie (wid David), r 274 Whitehall 
Chadbaurn H R, exp Thomson-Houston Elec Co 
Chadw/ck Arthur J, wks Atl Newspr Union, bds Windsor House 
Chaffee Clarence C, sec & tres Southern Saw Mnfg Co, r 864 
Peachtree 

" Geo K, agt West & O'Bear, bds 46 E Mitchell 
Chaffer Henry, shoemkr, r basement 94 Decatur 
Chaffin Albert, helper C A Conklin Mnfg Co 

** Miss Emma, wks Empire Prtg Co, bds Abbott, Bellwood 

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Chaffin George, grocer Bellwood ave, Bellwood, r same 
" Joe, r 113 Markham 

" Jno J, wks Chas A Conklin Mnfg Co, bds Abbott, Bellwood 
" La Fayette, barber 334 Marietta 
" Marcus A, carp, r Abbott; Bellwood 

" Monroe, wks C A Conklin Mnfg Co, bds Abbott, Bellwood 
Chaires see also Chears 

" Richard C, c, barber H J White, bds 239 Fort 
Chafant Edward P, cashier Atla Con St R R Co, bds 92 Ivy 
Chalkley T A, Stenographer Claim Dept R & D R R, bds Leydon 

House 
Chamber of Commerce, (Tel 796) Hon Rufus B Bullock pres, 
Paul Romare, treas, H G Saunders, secty, cor Pryor 
and Hunter i 

Chamberlain Samuel, grocer, 171 Walton, r same 
Chamberlin Calvin, c, wks W & A R R, bds 94 Thurmond 

*' Charles M, foreman Ga Elec Lt Co, r 192 Simpson 
Chamberlin Edward P, (Chamberlin, Johnson & Co), bds 
Leyden House | 

Edward P, Jr. elk Chamberlain. Johnson k Co, bds Leyden 
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Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, (E P Chamberlin, H S John- 
son, E R DuBose, A J Walker, J A Robinson) dry 
goods, carpets, shoes and Furniture, 66-68 Whitehall 
'' Thomas, carp, L H Hall & Co, r 251 Mangum 
Chambers Alonzo E, elk Marsh, Smith & Marsh, r 76 Gilmer 

Edgar J, helper J F Steinhauer, bds 87 Plum 

Miss Ellen, seamstress, r rear 24 Hogue 

E, cook, bds 12 Porter 

E H, elk R M S, bds 44 Walton 

Jackson P, carp, r 129 Mills 

James D, candy mkr H L Schlesinger, r 121 McAfee 

James E, printer Fulton B & C Mills, r 130 Ira, 2 s Richdsn 

James P R, bds Curran, N Atl 

James W (Chambers & Speairs), r 247 Marietta 

John R, moulder, bds 15 Parker 

John T, firemn E T V & G R R, r 280 Formwalt 

John V, wks G P Ry shops, r Curran, N Atl 
^ J Henry, live stock dealer, r 81 Rock 

Mad Lizzie, r 224^ Marietta 

Nick, filterman Atl Water Wks 

Wm, helper J F Steinhauer 

Wm C, wks G P Ry, r 9 Ponder ave * 



Hunnlcutt & Bellingratii Co.,1?anitary plumbers, 



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'' \Vm r. carnaiicnikr I) A Killian, r S7 Pliini 

'* W 1.. <•. porter iMsonian Hros 

•' <S: Spoairs (lanios W Chambers. Calcl) V Spcairs). blksmiths 
' 247 Marietta 
Chamblee lolin, tinner ] K Steiiihaiier 

'* lohn 1). barkpr C ] Vaiiglian, r 115 (irant 

*' 'Tilhiian. tinner Hunn'icutt tS: Ik^lhngrath 

*' Wyhe. «, drayman, r 54 Chaml>erlin 
ChamblGss Kdgar S (Kemp \ Chambless), bds 56 Carnett 
Champenois Isaac, (Ibdl \- Champenois). bds 231 W IVac htree 
Champeon Malcom 1.. architotl vV bmkler, res 131 ^^ heat 
Champion Samnel, . , lal), bds 1,(^7, Fraser 
Chancelor T S. elk J M High .V Co 
Chandjifr, inee al.<o Cn))<Urr 

*' Arthur, i\ lab, res Tanners al 5 n of K Cain 

" Miss Hessie. r 2i)^ Deeatur 

" C Allen, fireman Atl Cotton Mills, r 312 Mangum 

*' Oavid, i\ wks c;ate t'ity bri< k yd, r Sims S Atl 

-' David P, eond R ^: D R R. r 295 Decatur 
Jacob. <-, drayman,, r ^go Hilliard 
I John E, policeman, r 227 W I'air 

LefUEUR &RU NGE]feSgMJXi?uIS 

Chandler John M, c, lab, r 202 Martin 

*' Martha S (wid W V), bds 227 W Fair 

**'! Peter, i\ lab, hds 211 Martin 

'' ].Pink, i\ nurse, r 203 Houston 

r' Rafford. c\ driver W 1 Roberts <S: Son 

Vt j Sol, i\ porter R .S: D Rv genl office, r S8 Creens Ferry ave 

** ' AVm T, r 46 Walton 
Chandler Mrs W T, princ Washington Seminary, r 46 Walton 

*' .Winnie (wid D W), bds 29 Old Expo Grounds 
Chanry, nee aho Chcti^y. 

*'i"Anthony, r, car greaser (ia Ry, r Sugar al 

** 5 Joseph E, trunk mkr. r 83 Chapel ^ 

** ^m O, carp Trowbridge Furn Co, r 696 Woodward ave 
Chap4, ^ee Chapjwll 

Chap&ar F J, collr W M Brown, bds 228 Simpson 
Chapman Alice, t, eating house 312 Marietta, r same 

*f}: • Alonzo, c, porter C J Kamper 

*Pf Asa, r, painter, r 1 1 Powers 

*H A James, elk O T Dodd 6c Sons, r 176 N Pryor 

M Miss Bessie, r 50 Larkin 

*t Charles, r 376 North ave 

4 Cohimt)us, C-, porter Jno H Foster, bds (72) Jennings al 

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("hapman Dorcas C, (wid Kdward) r r3S S Forsyth 

Kdyard M, mngr Sheek tSi: Co, r Floral Park, (ia 
F^liza A (wid Phillij)), r 31 ('hamberlain 
Esly (wid Joe), bds 182 Rawson 

Miss Florence, ( omp Constitution Job Office, r 50 Larkin 
Vi Henry, wks C A (.'onklin Mfg Co, bds Homer nr Curran 
Jack, c, barber J R Steele, r 1X2 Hr>uston 
James 15, wks Dobbs Fbr Co, r Dillon nr (irove 
James J, student ,^ bds 62 FVaser 
Jesse, c, butler 30S Rawson 
John H, (Ik Int Rev Office, bds 62 Fraser 
Lottie, r, eating house, 270 Haynes 
Luke, r, porter C W Wynne 
Martha (wid Alberry), hoiisek[)r J C Linch 
Matthew, wks Sou Agrl Works, bds Homer, nr (Jurran 
Meshech, c, drayman J VV Barefield, bds 72 Jennings al 
Mrs Minnie S, grocer 378 North ave, r 376 same 
Monroe E, brick cont. r 431 Wheat 

Pleasant S, wks Atl Cott; Mills, r Highland ave, nr Hamp- 
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Chapman Samuel B, foreman Eng Co No 2, r 56 Garnett 

Sarah A (wid Reuben), r 50 Larkin 

Shadrach, r, porter, bds 72 Jennings al 

Stephen, r, lab, r W Fifth, s w cor Ponder 

Valcour, r, minister, r S Atlanta, nr Clark University 

Wm, r, drayman Smith & Simpson, r 135 Houston 
Chapman Wm H, U S Intl Rev agt. Custom Hse, r 62 Fraser 

" Wm H H, watchman State Capitol, r 42 Piedmont ave 
Chappell Brooks, c, wks Atl C S Oil Mills, r Edgewood 

Chas W, r, plater, r 224'/^ Wheat 

David, r, carp, r 7 Battle 

Harry, r, carp, r 3;;2 7 Fort 

Tobe, c, wks A ^F Ry ^ 

W^iley, c, wks A & F Ry 
Charbon^Louis, physician, bds Henry Phillips 

Charlton W Q, Jr, elk auditor's office R & D Ry, bds Grant Hse 
Chase Constantine, capt Q M Dept U S A, r Lee cor Oak w e 
Chase Cornelius H, pres Atl Rubber Co, res 36 Merritts ave 

Frank M, with W H Chase, bds Metropolitan Hotel 

Fred C, agt Penn Mutual Life Ins Co, r 98 N Butler 

Mrs Hattie W, teacher grammar and elementary science 
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Chase HtViv T. bimicr c^ 1' Hyrd, luis 48 Tatnall 

" losoph 1,. rarp. ix^s Cilvnn nr Had^er 
Chase Richard B. somheastcm agt American RetVioeralini: 
.| Transit C\\ b«1s 177 Ivy 

*• ' Robert S, lease (K^ser New Home S M To 
•' R V. elk New Home S M Co 
Chase Wm H, agt < oal rear 72 Marietta (tel 1420), bds Metro- 

l^olitan Hotel ^See Cards in Classified Departmenl) 
Chasiain Mrs F H, tailoress H H KNti^n. res 1 Park ave 
•' ' John H. boiler mkr W .V A R R 
'* Nelson A (N A Cliastain Cv C\^'). and gro( er nr ( or lunmetl 

, and Clark. N Atl 
*' N A vS: Co (N A ('hastain. (> C Lewis), eoal and wood, 490 

{ Marietta 

•-: Waiker L. earp. r 12 Waterhouse 
Chasteen Rev James, r Anderson. N Atl 
Chastine Kmuel. (-.-driver C R Henry 

Chatham James R. baggage mstr R c\: 1\R R. bds 563 Woodward 
Chafman. set Chapman 

Chattahoochee Brick Co, J ^^ Knglish pres, C. W Tarrott 
i v-pres. 1 W Knglish Jr genl nlngr. railroad bldrs and 

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W«n'B Outfitters and Shin MaKers. I • • --X' X J tJ»iI. • < ^mW 

Chattahoochee Canal Co, Walter R Brown attorney, 9 

Whitehall ^ 

;^^ Land Co. Lames O Parker pres. W B Thomas genl mngr, — 

'I: lohn R Wilkinson sec. Chas E Thornton treas, 1 old 

• i . Capitol bldg 

Chauncey N J, firemn E T V ^S: C R R. bds 740 S Pryor 
Chaunce'y Peter. i\ lab. bds 8 Spinks al 
Chears, see aho Chaire>. 

*• Charles W. com agt K C M ^' B Ry 10 E Alabama, rms 
(172) Washington 
Cheatham Dr A T (A L Holbrook & Co), r 56 E Cain 
. . '• D L. receiver Sou Lumber Co. r 56 E Cain 
* . ', '* Wm. i. coachman L J Hill, r 23 Rawson 
Cheatman Robert, elk The Fair, bds 167 Loyd 
Cheek John T. wks Sou Agrl Wks. r Hampton, nr Emmett 
» '• Samuel H. transfer, r 59 W Mitchell 

'• Wm J. car rtpr E T V 6c G Ry, r Herbert, S Atl 
Gheeve^, se^ aUo Chevea. 

" Thomas, c. shoemkr 49 McDaniel, rms same 
. Qieney see aUo Chaney. 

\lohn P. prmter J P Harrison <k Co, r 45 Tatnall 



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AbCIDbNT INSUKANbb tORBETT & McCARDLESS, state Ageots 

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Cherry (it'orge H, mrp, r 90 Summit ave 

'* [esse C, wks 'f'ho'^ .VT 1 aylor, bcL 75 Johnson ave 
" Julia, (wiH I)raytr)n) r 33 'IVenholm 
" Martha (r, (wid Macon (t), r 75 Johnson ave 
*' Pink, (Ik .Smith ^ Cooj^er, bfls 75 Johnson ave 
Cheshire P» Charles, r ('urran nr Plxposition 

" Chas P», tinner Hunnirutjt i^ Fiellingrath ('o, r Curran, nr 

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" Kdwarfl I,, bkkpr Collins P>rirk Co, r 121 (iarnett 
" Elijah I), reabestate 45 E Hunter, r \2\ r;arnett 
" John, r f2F (»arnett 
" La Payette C, agt, real estlate and grocer Marietta junction 

Hr)\vells mill rrl, r Flampton nr E.mmett 
'* Wallace, overseer Venable P>ros, bds \2\ Ciarnett 
Wm M, r Curran cor 1, eel's ave 
Chester Elijah, r, lab, res State 3 n Corput 
Henry, r, lab, r 15 Hokomb al 
fames, r, lab, r S Atl near Clark University 
'' b S, eng Met St Ry Co , 
Chestnut David R, wks Aiken «fe Co, bds 63 S Pryor 

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fll tlAlLn UAnnlAUL UU.^BORO" and 'OLD HICK0R7" FARM 
•^ PENDERGRAS8& CRANE, Props. 'WAGONS, DRAYS, <fcc. ;i.Tto41 W.Ala, .st. 

Chestnut John, r, lab, r 444 Gregg 
" J S,* brakeman E T V & G R R 
" Mary Vj, (wid David), r 77 McD^iel 
Chevalier Wm P, book agent, r 27 Edwards 
Chevp< ier niMt Chfere< 

I>aniel S, prees feeder Atl Isabel Press, bds 184 Simpson 
Isaac X, sec and treas Parrott Lumber Co. bds no Walton 
John A. fireman G P R R. bds 184 Simpson 
Mahala A (wid Allison), r 184 Luckie • .' 

Chew Miss Eva S. steii. bds Talmadge House 
Chewnin^ Charles, elk M Marcus & Bro 

•' Miss Missouri, wks Mrs J R Wells, r Clarkston. Ga 
** Sidney, bkbinder Foote & Davies 
Chick Catherine A (wid Wm). bds 202 S Pryor 
Childers Charles, lather, bds 69 Leonard 

" Joseph H, peddler, r s s Bleckley ave bet Peachtree and W 
Peachtree 
Mary E (wid SamueH. r {69 Leonard 

W W, lather, bds ss Bleckley, bet Peachtree and W Pchtree 
Childress Rufus B, elk J M Crawford, bds J H Childress 
•* H K Wvlv, broom manfr 72 Wvman. r same 
*• Jesse J (Poole «S: Childress), rms 329 W Peters 

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Childs Buster, r. wks K T V .\: (i R R, r rear 109 Wells 

" Daniel, c, ser hand E T V cS: C. R R. r 99 Ocmulgee 

" DA, ])hysirian 24 'j Peachtree 

" George, <-, waiter Kimball House, rms 12 Cooper • 

'' H Benjamin, eng Met St Ry. r (53) Sylvan aje 
Childs J Arthur, physician, rms S Fitten bk^ and Ogyj E 

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Chiles John C, elk The Ryan Co. bds 55 N Forsyth 

*' L Alonzo, p' liceman. r 3S4 E Hunter 
Chipley F^zekiel S, agt Obelisk flour, r Inman Park 

" Percy, painter DeLoach Mill Mfg c:o.^bds inman Park 
Chisholm Albert F. r 68 E Fair 

Alfred Gains, real estate, r 142 S I'ryor 
Charles R, r 225 Chapel 

•' Henry, i\ wks F E Block, bds 128 Crumley 

'• Josiah Perry, elk C S I nil Revenue, r 142 S Pryor 

•' Mrs Myra F.. elk Douglas. Thomas & Co. r 68 E Fair 

" Rebecca E (wid Wm), r 142 S Pryor 

'' Solomon, r, lab, r 162 (iilmer 
(liivers !<ee a/xo Shivers. 

" Adaniram J, lab, r Abbott, Bellwood 

THE JAS. aT DAVIS TURBINEWATER WHEEL 

{Latest Improved.) Lasts 50 Years or More in Regular Use. 13 E. Alabama 8t. 

Chivers Wm, ^ mess W U T Co, r 257 W Mitchell 

Choate Augustus F"., with D O Stewart t\: Co, and Fife Ins agt, r 

117 E Simpson 
Choice Rufus L, c. city lab, r 22 Austins al 
Chomsky Jacob, peddler, r 15212 Decatur 
Chojig Kee Lung & Co, grocers 81 W Peters 
Chosewood Charles L, brickmason. r McDonald, s w cor Badger 

'• Wm, trav agt, r 28 Moore 
Christian A B, elk Douglas. Thomas & Co 

** Claud T, printer Constitution job office, r 124 Edgewood ave 
,** Edward, r, waiter P Breitenbucher, r 123 Terry 
** Emily A (wid Wm H), r 26 Luckie 
'• Henry, r, whitewasher. r 52 Newton : 

" H H, coupler W cS: A Ry^ 
Christian Index, Tucker & Mc Michael proprs, 35 K' ^^ Ala- 
bama (See card in classified newspapers) 
James F2, foreman Mutual Printing Co, r 14 F^ormwalt 
John, r, candy mkr G ¥. Johnson, r s s Solomon, 2 e of Eraser 
John A, trav Bates, Kingsbery Cc Co, r Oxford, Ala 
John W, r 57 Thomas 

Joseph G, bkkpr Wesleyan Chris Advo, bds 13 Powers 
Christian Julian O, job prtg 43/4 ^ Broad, bds 14 Form wait 



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Christain J P, printer Constitution Job Office, r 124 FMgewood ave 
J Walter, elk Albert Howell, bds 63 S Pryor 
Paul J, comp Constitution, bds 13 Powers 
Phillip M, bkkpr Arnold, Carlton c\r McCord, r442 S Pryor. 
Rufus, wks Atlanta Constitution, bds 26 Luckie 
Science Association, Miss Alice Jennings pres, 44^ N Broad 
Thomas C, yard cond Ga R R, bds 83 Ga. R R 
Thomas J, motorman A C St R R, r 84 Young 
Christian Rev Thomas T, business mngr and asst editor 
Wesleyan Christian Advocate, r 13 Powers 
'^ Wm C I), watchman W & A R R, r 358 E Hunter 
Christianson Christian, carp, Beutell Mfg Co, r 26 Boulevard 

" Fred, carp Beutell Mfg Co, bds 26 Boulevard 
Christie George, wks Phoenix Planing Mill 

Christopher Mrs Georgia, grocer e s Pearl 5 n E Fair, r 62 Pearl 
•' James, r, lab, bds 225 Randolph 
'' John, deliveryman, bds Dillon nr Curran 
" Mary, (wid B P), r Dillon nr Curran 
'* Wm J, sec foreman E T V & G R R, r 62 Pearl 
Christophine F>ank, policeman, r 12 Spencer 

" Samuel A V, elk Taylor & Galphin, bds 12 Spencer 
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Church Miss Alice, wks Atl Paper Co, bds 242 Pulliam 
Charles H, wks R & D R R, bds 136 Smith 
Edward, eng F E Block 
Frank, brick mason, bds 12 Mark ham 
R H, wks Manning Furn Co 
•• Wm, C-, lab Atl Luniber Co 
Churchill Augustus R, mach DeLoach Mfg Co, r 40 Bush 

'' Georgia A (wid James B), r 4 Chattahoochee 
Churn Pink, <:, shoemkr, r 2 Parks 

*' Wm, r, waiter Markham Hse, rms 31 HoUins 
Ciampa Luigi, coat mkr, bds Willey House 
City Directory Office, (tel 796) H G Saunders mngr, Chmbr 

of Commerce bldg j 
City Offices, Chmbr of Commerce bldg, Pryor, cor Hunter 
City Stockade, H D Austin keeper, at end of Bryan 
Claiborne James H, bkkpr Jones & Collins, bds 34 Pulliam 

" Wm R, coUr C W Wynne 
Claibourne W^m, r s s Jefferson, 2 e P^arl 
Clair James, blower Atl Glass Co, res Ridge ave Sou Atl 

'' T C, r, brickmason, r 18 Rasberry al 
Claire Bridget, nurse , 176 W Peachtree 

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Clanton Turner W, elk Constitution, bds 38 Capitol ave 

Clapp Milton, with R & D R R, bds 63 S Pryor 

Claridy James O, foreman Foote & Davies, r66 Stonewall 

" Miss Jesse B, elk A C Minhinett, bds 9 Fitzgerald 
Clark Addie C (wid George C), r 38 Gresham 

Allen, c, coachman W P Inman, r rear 478 Peachtree 

Miss Bertha, sten J C Whitner & Co, bds 193 Whitehall 

Mrs Carrie, r 127 Larkin 

Charles D, i', brickmason, r 27 Logan 

Charles R, bkkpr A L Delkin & Co, bds 442 S Pryor 

Columbus, brakeman E T V & G R R 

Miss Cora, dressmkr, bds 53 S Pryor 

D T, eashr J M High & Co, bds Gordon, nr Ashby, W E 

Edwin W, c, elk R M S, bds 188 N Buder 

Elijah, r, drayman Pittman & Co, r 164 Magnolia 

Emma L (wid ), r 25 Washington 

Ernestine (wid Nathan), r 183 Whitehall 

Miss E M, wks Mrs J R Wells 

George, r, driver C G White & Co, r rear 322 Whitehall 

George, c, lab, r 313 Fort 

Henry, i; lab W & A R R, r 156 Magnolia 

Henry, r, lab, r 68 Chestnut ave 




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S. r. SSXSSW. Ant. aet. Afft. 
No. 10 Decatur St. 



Clark Henry T, stonecutter, r 9 Thurmond 

India M, r, tchr Mitchell St school, bds 169 Markham 

Isaac C, grocer 69 Decatur, r same 

J^ck, i: porter H A Plunkett, r cor Ellis & Kutler 

Jacob, r, wks G P Ry shops, r 53 Lawshe 

James, r, brickmason, bds 313 Fort 

James, c, lab, bds 379 Decatur 

John, brakemn E T V & G R R 

Clark John C, pres Clark Lumber Co, bds 165 Peachtree 
John P, piano tuner, r 90 Merritts ave 
John T, c, carp, r Litde bet Reed and Eraser 
Miss Johnnie, tchr Piedmont ave Schl, bds 90 Merritts ave 
J A, agt, bds 140 Spring 

JD, sten genl mngr R & D R R, bds Willey House 
J O brakemn W & A R R 
Laura (wid Wm W), bds 54 Forsyth 
Lee, r, mattress mkr Sou Furn Co, r 44 Arthur 
Miss Lillie W, tchr Walker St Schl, rms 175 Haynes 
Lucius W, furniture 144 Wheat, r 46 Gartrell 
Lucius W, firemn E T V & G R R, r Eads, nr Ira 

Clark Lumber Co, J C Clark pres, C J Haden see and mngr. 
Lumber 41 1/, N Broad 

DOBBS LUMBER CO.I?^^'!''*<'^P ^"i* blinds, 

S^^TUT «..^ « 1 , ^"l l^t^'i^r and Exterior FtoiiA. 

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Clark Macon, c, porter H K Robertson 

'' Martin, c, wks E T V & G shops, bds 12 G%te City 
" Mrs Nanetta E, teaeher West End Aeadmy, r Gordon, W E 
" Patriek, boilermkr Atl Maeh Wks, bds 12 Connally 
'* Richard, r, wks Atl C St R R 

^* Richard H, judge Superior Court, bds Markham House 
'* Richard H, supt Venable Bros, r 66 Ga R R 
** Richard N, elk Ins Co North America, bds 90 Merritts ave 
'* Robert, c, wks Kimball House, r 59 Chamberlain 
" Robert S, trav Bates, Kingsbery & Co, r Starkeville, Miss 
" Samuel, c, porter Sou Express Co, r 39 Tanner 
" Samuel M, wks R & D R R shops, r 4 Berean ave 
'* Thomas, r, coachman Mrs E E Moore, r 90 Houston 
'* Thomas, c, lab, bds 313 Fort 
'* Thomas A, ^, carp, r 140 Butler 
'* Thomas J, meat mkt, r 8 Connally 
*' Tobe, c, wks Traynham & Ray 
Clark University, Rev W H Hickman prest, S end Capitol 
ave (See p 74) 

Wash, c, waiter S H Askew, r 140 Howell 

Wm, lab P Breitenbucher, bds 142 Arthur 

Wm, c, brickmason, r 12 Horton 



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Clark Wm, r, wks Lieberman & Kaufman, bds 18 E Mitchell 
W^m, c, grocer s s Jonesboro rd, S Atl, r same 
Wm F, Prof Music, r 371 Jackson 
Wm L, shoemkr 785 Marietta, bds Bellwood 
Wm W, lawyer 62^ Peachtree. bds 54 N Forsyth 
W O, elk The Ryan Co 
W T, eng C R R I 

Clarke Adam, r, coachman R D Spalding 

Amanda S, (wid Samuel E) r 59 Richardson 

Miss Annie, tchr Fair St School, bds 59 Richardson - 

Arthur B, bkkpr A M Bergstrom, bds 178 Crew 

Benjamin c, elk P Eskridge, bds 188 N Bell 

Miss Cora, tchr Walker St school, bds 59 Richardson 

Edward S, secy Atl Cotton Mills, r Rochester N Y 

Edward Y, publisher 37 W Mitchell 

Ernest F, elk M W Spence, r 178 Crew 

George A, eollr Perdue & Egleston 

James G, elk L M Harrison, bds 13 Warren PI 

Jefferson, t, gardener H H Smith 

Clarke Jeremiah A, supt agencies. The Sou-Eastern Mutual 
Accident Assn, bds 140 Spring 
John E, elk King Hdw Co, r Marietta bet Hampton & Expo 



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jjoseph A (Shaw-Clarke Brokerage Co), r 275 E Pine 

ioseph A, Jr, grocer 226 Marietta, r same 

5 J, elk treasurer's office R&D Ry, bds 32 Houston 

Lemuel, elk Abe P>y, r 328 Whitehall 
Clarke Marshall J, judge Atl circuit, r 318 Washington 

Morris, trav Wellhouse & Sons, r 328 Whitehall 

M A, eng E T V & G Ry 

Miss Pearl, bds 13 Gartrell 

Peter F, paying teller Capital City Bank, bds 313 Boulevard 
Clarke Robert C (Thomas M Clarke & Co), r 593 Peachtree 

MissSallie A, bds 387 Peachtree 

Sarah A (wid James A), bds Marietta, bet FJampton and 
Exposition 

Solomon, elk Wellhouse & Sons, bds 328 Whitehall 

Solomon, elk Frank Revson, bds 328 Whitehall 

Stephen, c, lab city, r 205 Ellis 

S E Jr, with Beck & Gregg Hdw Co, bds 59 Richardson 
Clarke Thomas M (Thos M Clarke & Co), r 625 Peachtree 
Clarke Thomas M & Co (Thomas M and Robert C Clarke, 
John A'Fitten, Andrew P Thompson), whol and retail 
hardware, ^^ Peachtree 

LeSUEUR & RUNGEIARCHITECTS 

■■VV^'^VI" ^* ■ IW 11 MU (Boom 4 l,01d Capitol BuUdin^ 

Clarke Thomas L, contractor and builder, r 21 Warren Place 
Wm, r, wks W S Bell L and I Co, r Pittsburg 
William, r, wks John A Miller 
Wm H (W J Shockley & Co), r 15 Merritts ave 

Clarkson Albert L, trav Tidewater Oil Co, r 241 Richardson 
Mrs F E (wid F E), bds 310 Jackson 
Thomas A, elk res Eng W & A R R, bds 55 Luckie 
Wm R (Atl Art Union), bds 147 Piedmont ave 

Clary, see also Geary 

'* George W, r 52 Foundry 

Claspy James H, mach Atl Machine Wks, res 185 Piedmont ave 

Clay AlonzQ, wks Fuller & Akers 

Miss Amelia E, sten Wellhouse & Sons, bds Westmoreland 



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Bartow C. brickmason, res 34 Tumlin 
Caroline (wid John W), bds W F Williams 
Clement, wks Fuller & Akers 
C T, fireman Ga R R 
Davis, wks R & D R R, r Flat Shoals Rd 
George, r, (Mathews & Clay), bds 27 Rawson 
Mrs Georgia A, wks Expo Mills, r old Expo Grds 



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Clay James, wks Expo Mills, bds old Expo Grds 

James H, tinner R & D R R, res e s Clark i s Wylie 

James N, lab, r Old Expo Grds 

John, painter R & D R R shops, bds 33 Antoniette 

John, r, greaser Ga R R 

John I, Cj wks Tripod Paint Co, r DeKalb county Line 

Johnston, wks Phoenix Plaining Mill, r 272 Decatur 

Joseph, watches 165 Decatur, bds 10 Milliard 

L M, r, barber B Wyatt, r 52 Hills ave 

R S, night watchman Kimball House 

Samuel D, carp R&D shop 

Thomas A, soliciting frt agt C R R, r n s Logan i e of Hill 

Wm, fireman Ga R R j 

Wm A, r, barkpr E Barnes, r 150 Wheat 

Wm J, wks R & D R R, r Flat Shoals Rd 

W Patrick, wks Expo Mills, bds Old Expe Grds 
Clayton Alex, c, gardener, r 455 Fort 

** A Smith, reporter Atl Evening Journal 

Columbus C, r, grocer 245 W Peters, r 21 Lowes al 

Crit, r, -truckman C R R, r 42 Kennesaw al 

David, ^, lab, r 55 Fort 1 

Fuller, Cf waiter J N Fain 



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Clayton George A, contractor, r 140 Williams 
" Granville, r, carp, bds 122 E Baker 
'* J W, motorman A C St Ry 

" Miss Minnie, elk G E Johnson, bds Lumley ave, bey limits 
'' Moses, r, driver G T Dodd & Sons, r 342 Wheat 
*' Richard, r, wks R&D round house, r 63 Old Wheat 
Clayton Robert M, City Engineer city hall, bds 92 S Pryor 
Clayton Se^viring Machine Motor Co, W A Web- 
ster v-pres, Charles H Plyer, sec, W A Haygood, treas, 
office 17^ Peachtree, exhibition and sales rooms 89-91 
Whitehall, factory 293-295-297 Marietta (See p 13) 
Thomas A, soliciting frt agt C R R, r 112 Logan 
Thomas J, wks Exposition mills, r 44 old expo grds 
Whit, bds 13 Howell 
Wm, carp Winship Mach Co 
Mrs W H, bds 45 Currier 
Cleary see also Clary 

'* brickmason, bds 48^ Decatur 
Cleaves Mary A, (wid Turner), r 387 E Fair 

** Miss Mittie, wks MrsL Robinson, bds 381 E Fair 
Cleland Draton, eng pump sta Ga R R, r n s McDonald 4 e fof 
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" George W, eng W & A R R, rms 45 Houston 
•' J Belton, disp A & C Div R vS: 1) R R, r ns McDonald 2 e 
Boulevard 
Clemens Joseph, r, lab, bds 293 McDaniel 
Clements Albert C, tailor E J O'Sullivan, bds 16 Trinity ave 

Annie, r Cooks al 

Emanuel, r, driver Raggett cS: Brown, bds 160 Walker 

George, r, coachman H Smith 

S W Jr, collr B F Collier 
Clemialia Chemical Co, W K Mower manager. 114 LoydJ 
Clemings \Vm B, fireman Fire Co No i, r 122 Crew 
Clemmons E E, trav agt, bds 1 1 7 Eoyd 

Howard, c\ lab. r Honey al 

-John F. plumber J F Steinhauer, res Lovd cor Crumley 

J Augustus, wks C R Henry, r 23 Scofield 

Mary, ..wid (ieorge T), renovator, r 47 Greens Ferry ave 
Cleyeland Janes, r, wks Sou P'hosphate Wks, r 336 Hilliard 

Jennie Iwid Dr Wm), bds 109 Woodward ave 

L C, watchman E T V & G Ry 

Sallie E" (wid Wm H), r 221 Vine 

Rev Thomas P,-pastor Fourth Presby ch, r 31 Chamberlain 

HAJE YOUR SHIRTS MADE TO MEAS¥RE {|°p--«»' * 

■ ■ By the Electric Shi rt Factory, 15 Peachtree St. I M.1 lens^wortfi. 

Cleveland Walter L, r, elk I R Swanson, bds 341 Piedmont ave 

" , Fireman Ga Ry, bds 32 Pratt 

Clifford Mrs L P, A M. prof EngHsh Literature Clark University, 

r same 
Cliflford W A, A M. principal Normal School and prof Natural 

Science Clark University, r same 
Clifton Chemical & Phosphate Co, L DeGive, pres : C C McGehee, 
v-pres; J A Alexander, treas ; L E O'Keefe, sec and 
genl mngr. 6 W Wall 
" John R, carp, r 94 Bryan 
** Susan C (wid Richard), r 2 Sampson 
'• Thomas, bds 2 Sampson 
Clims Lizzie, dressmkr, r Cunningham, S Atlanta 
Clinkscales Claude B, printer J P Harrison & Co, bds 297 E Fair 
Clinton Otis, 4ireman G P Ry, bds 257 Simpson 
". Mrs'Susie M, r 3071^ Marietta 
" Wm, lab Ga Stove & Range Co, bds Harrisburg 
Clontz Thomas A, trav Tidwell (Sc Pope, r 218 E Ga ave 
Close Cyrus (C Close & Co), r 15 W Ga ave 

'' C & Co (Cyrus Close), grocers :^S S Pryor 
Close Edwin N, propr Gate City Bank Restaurant, r 13 W Ga 
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Miss Mary, kindergarten 56 Church, bds same 

Phoebe A (wid Alexander), bds 56 Church 

Wilber H, bkkpr Troy Steam Laundry, r 56 Church 
Clotfelter Robt L, elk A M Hollinsworth, r 364 Wheat 
Cloud Andrew J, wks Atl Newspaper Union, bds 92 Smith 

Chas A, tinner, r 211 Howell 

Harry B, elk Am Notion Co, r (170) Ira, cor Glenn 

Henry, c, lab, r 315 N Butler 

Henry, c, waiter T R Pause, bds (273) Jennings al . 

Howell C, elk, r 46 Currier 

John, c, bds rear 295 Spring ! 

John, r, brickmason, r 28 Vine 

Marshall, elk, bds 51 Crew i 

Robt H, c, restaurant 158 E Harris, r same 

Solomon, c, fireman r 92 Wells 

Warren, trav, r 51 Crew | 

Wm A, ship* elk Atl Newspaper Union, bds 92 Smith 

Wm H, {■, brickmason, bds 28 Vine 

Wm J, piano tuner, r 92 Smith 

Willoughby B, pat medicines, r 170 Ira, cor Glenn 
Clowe Willard H, foreman Eng Co No i, r 132 Martin 



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Glower Benning M, painter, bds 123 Decatur 

** Charles A, (C A Glower & Co), r Howell, nr Houston 
Clower C A & Co, (Chas A & Thos J Glower), tin & sheet iron 
roofers, 40 J S Pryor (See p 50) 
*' Miss Dollie, elk Miss Lizzie Hetzel, bds 284 Fort 
Miss Jessie, bkkpr Atl Steam Laundry, bds 284 Fort 
John E, elk J C Purcell, r 214 Fort 
John R, elk C Knowles, bds Westmoreland House 
John T, driver Troy Steam Laundry, r 235 Hilliard 
Martha W (wid Daniel M), boarding, 123 Decatur 
Mary A (wid Thomas L), r 95 E Harris 
Clcwer Thomas J, (C A Clower & Co), bds 95 E Harris 
" Thomas W, trav O'Conner Ellis & Co, r 43 Crew , 

," Warren Marshall, sten Atl Lmbr Co, bds 43 Crew 
• Clo"Wer Wm L, grocer 284 Fort, r same 

'* Wm W, cemetery policeman, r 476 Houston 

Cloyd James E, traveling, r Ridge ave Sou Atl 
Cloyde Saml A, grocer 524 Fort, r same 
Clyde W J, drummer, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Coachman W C, brakeman E T V & G R R 
Coakley Alex J (H E Hooks & Co), r 34 Hilliard 
'* Henry, r, lab, r 270 S Terry 

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Coakley John A, artificial stone worker, r {sTSimpson 

Coart T S, elk R C Black, bds 258 Washington 

Cobb Albert, c, blacksmith, r 280 Wheat 

Anthony J, wks Ga R R, r Conyers, Ga 

C Cooper, elk W A Montgomery, bds 43 Trinity ave 

Edward c, waiter Markham House, r 36 Gilmer, basement 

Miss hllen T, teacher, bds 74 Fraser 

George, c, porter Amer Bap Pub Society 

Henry H, ins agt, r 261 Capitol ave 

Jackson, r, porter Sou Ex Co, r 24 Rawson 

James T, wks Winship Mach Co, r 32 Newton 

John F, helper J Steinhauer & Co, bds 32 Newton 

John A$, r, eating house 208 Wheat, r same 

John N, compositor, bds 42 Dunlap 

Leander T, lab, bds 32 Newton 

Miss Lizzie, wks G E Johnson 

Miss Mary, teacher, rms 74 Fraser 

Phil, wks Sou Agrl Wks 

Richard, r, wks Kimball House 

Robert M, baggage master R & D R R, r 214 Fort 

R Peier, wks Sou Agrl Wks, r Dillon nr Curran 

Thomas H, bkkpr J J «fc J T McLendon, r 64 Gilmer 

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Cobb Thomas J, elk W T Connor, bds 185 Whitehall 
*• Washington, .-, cook Willey House, r rear same 
Wm, r, porter Pullman Car Co, i 20 Warren PI 
Wm,- .', lab R & D R R, bds 48 George 
Wm, r, lab, r 97 Fraser 

n uu-^\^' ^'■^'' ^ ^^ Robinson & Co, bds Markham House 
Cobbins Jerry, r, wks C R R 

Coble Everett, printer, bds 76 Davis 

n Ki ^i^"^,"; '1!P^ ^^^ Machine Wks, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Cobler F.ank A, foreman E T V & G Ry shops, r 524 Whitehall 
Cochran Andrew, r, wks Ga Pine Lumber Co 
Benjamin, mess So Exp Co, r 38 Moore 
Charles J, plumber, bds 16 Broyles 
Clifford P, wks Atl C St Ry Co, bds 16 Broyles 
Ehsha H, policeman, res 16 Broyles 
H, c, wks Trowbridge Furn Co 
James M, elk D H Dougherty & Co 
James W, ins agt, bds Westmoreland House 
John R. P, bkkpr Atl Consol Bottling Co, res 176 Nelson 
Joseph H, wks Expo Mills, bds 87 Expo Grds 
Lewis, elk J M Friend, bds 102 Decatur 
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Samuel, c, bottler Atl Brew & Ice Co, res iio}4 Wiiitehall 

Wm M, res 87 Expo Grds 

Zenobia M (wid M S), r 245 Bass 
Cochrane Miss Callie, elk Constitution, bds 52 Walker 

Claude F, comp Journal, r 52 Walker 

D A, gauger, bds 52 Walker 

Wm A, carp, r 361 Jackson 

Wm E, eng W & A Ky, bds 361 Jackson 
Cock Wm J, trav Gramling-Spalding-Kingsbery Co, r 17 Wood- 
ward ave 
Cocks Miss Carrie L, teacher Walker St School, r 30 Capitol ave 
Cody Henry, fireman Swift Specific Co, r South Bend 

Henry, r, wks O A Smith 

James A, with J J Falvey & Co, rms (71^) Peachtree 

Latelle, mess Sou Exp Co, bds 20 Church 

Martha J (wid Archibald), r 20 W Peters 

Richmond, r, lab, r 305 Fraser 

Wm B, fireman Engine House No i, bds 33 Orange 
Cofer Irwin A, physician 192 Decatur, r 74 Hill 

James M, wks coffin fcty, bds 138 W Hunter 

James T, stockman Hill & Walker 

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uLAIiUrl luUlUlll''noving or damaging any part of it. SMP&seis 

Cofer Rev Merritt G, presiding elder, bds 164 W Hunter 
Coffee John, miner, r i Johnson 

** Nancy L (wid John), r 551 Courtland ave 
Coffey Maria (wid John), r 48 E Hunter 
Coffin Ham, r, wks Trowbridge Furn Co, r 51 Parks . 

" Walter C, comp Atl Constitution, r 120 S Pryor 
Coffman Edward G, ship elk Sou Agrl Wks, r 141 Alexander 

'* Mildred F (wid David C), bds 39 McDaniel 
Coggin James O, carp, r n s Fritz, 3 e Piedmont ave 

** Wm T, brickmason, r n s Fritz, 4 e Piedmont ave 
•Coggins Charles C, bkkpr Marietta Guano Co, bds 21 Rankin 

Harry L, brickmason, bds Ponder ave bet W 4th and W 5th 
James L, wks Ga Stove & Range Co, r Abbott, Bell wood 
Wm T, mach H P Ashley, r Ponder ave se cor W 5th 
W Harry, brickmason, r Ponder ave bet W4th and W 5th 
Goggles James, r, lab, r 21 Randolph 

Cogle Rufus E, wks May Mantle Co, r ss Neal cor Norrell 
Cogswell Miss I-ibbie N, elk Standard S M Co 
Coheriy see also Colin and Cone 

A Leixas (Treadwell, Abbott & Co), r 173 Ivy 
Charles, propr Atl Excelsior Wks, r Pulliam, S Atlanta 
Daniel, r, plasterer, r 79 Chapel 



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Frank J, mineral and timber land dept J D Kelly, r 233 
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Ida M (wi I E H), r 44 Walton 

Isaac, elk S H Rubin, r 152 Thompson 

Jacob, c, coachman Dr F H Orme 

J $, news edr Journal, bds Kimball House 

Le^^i, whol liquor 59 E Ala, r 222 S Forsyth 

Ix)uis, with Atlanta Exclsr Wks, bds Pulliam. S Atlanta 

Maurice, shoemkr 132 Decatur, r 12 Butler 

Miss Minnie, r 185 Ivy 

Nathan E, lab, r 40 W Peters 

Regina, (wid Jonas L) bds 9 Garnett 

Sandford H, bds 198 Peachtree 

Wolf, butcher, r 47 N Butler 

Edward B, grocer, r 152 Magnolia 
Cohron Joseph, comp Journal, r 126 S Forsyth 
Coker Charles D, (Cook & Coker), r Thomas s w cor Wood- 
,. ward^ave 
•' Elizabeth, (wid Franklin), bds 7 W Kimball 
Coker Frank M, pres Bank of State of Ga, r 86 Washington 
Coker Frank M Jr, cash Bnk of State of Ga, r 86 Washington 



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Benjamin F, c, porter Potts 6^ Potts, r 168 S Pryor 

Charles, c, cleaner Pullman Car Co, r Reynoldstown 

John, r, lab, r 18 Logan 

John, c, lab, bds rear 254 W Peters 

Rev Joseph, pastor Sts Peter & Paul R C ch, r4i3 Marietta 

Wm, bds 123 Decatur 

Coldwell, see €aldivell. 

Cole Arthur E, collr M Rich & Bros, bds Inman Park 
Charles, r, driver Anderson, Wylie & Jones 
Charles M, painter, bds 50 Orme 
Clark P, bkkpr Bolles & Buckner r 221 Courtland 
DeWitt C, bkkpr Ga Pine Lumber Co, r Marietta Ga 
Edmund I, car tracer W & A R R, r 50 Orme 
Fred G, mach Beutell Mfg Co, bds 50 Orme 
Frederick W, solicitor Atl Home Ins Co, bds Inman Park 
George H, wks Sou Bell Tel Co, r Peeples nr Gordon, W E 
nenry, r, lab, r e s Garibaldi 3 s Glenn 
l|enTy, c, wks Renfoe Mnfg Co, rms 157^^ W Harris 
Howard S, elk C & G Electric Co, bds 241 Whitehall 
Maria D (wid Moses), r Inman Park 
Mary (wid Wm), r8i Plum 

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Cole Matt F (Lumpkin, Cole & Stewart), r Newnan Ga 

*' Miss Minnie, sten Sou Bell Tel Co, bds 131 Capital ave 

Narcissa J (wid James M), bds 156 Crew 

Nelson, c, carp, r 12 Cooper 

Robert, c, porter Secty of State, r 277 Piedmont ave 
Cole Spencer H, mngr C & G Electric Co, r 241 Whitehall 
** Thomas A, yd condr C R R, r 160 Davis 

Thomas P, ship elk Sou Agl Wks, bds 81 Plum 

Walter, wks Expo Mills, r 105 old Expo Grds 

Wm, molder South Agrl Wks, bds 81 Plum 

Wm C, cond E T V & G R R, res 86 Smith 
Cole Wm J, (C & G Elec Co), r 209 Washington 
" Wm L, carp, r 12 Carlton ave 
*' Wm R, stone cutter, res 21 Cornelia 
Coleman Albert, c, lab W & A R ^ res North ave nr cor Chestnut 

Alex, c, lab, r nr Clark Univ^ 

A B, wks Fuller & Akers 

Barney H, harnessmakr Jas E Hickey, bds 13 Larkin 

Charles, c, waiter C Stevens ' 

Charles, c, driver Dr Wm S Armstrong 



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Coleman Green, c, lab, r 222 McDaniel 

Homer B, comp Journal, bds 45 Eugenia 

James I, elk R M S, r 46 Kelly 

James M, eng R & D R R, r 73 Howell 

Jesse, c, lab, r 86 Hunnicutt 

John, c, blacksmith, bds Halls al, bet Newton & Thurmond 

John, c, wks Atl Excelsior Works 

John M, produce 44 N Broad, bds Hotel Weinmeister 

Jos M, wks Gate City Coffin Fcty, r Waterhouse, Edgewood 

J W, r, wks M A Cason, bds 81 Waverly 

Mary F (wid Wm), r 87 Garnett 

Pleasant, r 3 Emmett 

Robert, c, driver Collins Brick Co, bds 286 Mangum 

Salmon, c, painter, r near Clark Univ 

Tennie M, (wid A D), dressmkr 309 Marietta, r same 

Thomas, r, drayman, r 131 Howell 

Washington, r, lab, bds 79 Parker . . 

Wm D, painter, bds 20 Randolph 

Wm K, carp, r 20 Randolph 
Coles y see also Cowles \ 

Eunice D, c, teacher Gray St Sch, bds 270 Magnolia 
Henry, driver L Snider 



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*' Joseph S, r. carp, bds 2.70 Magnolia 
V*' Rev Piobert E, r 11 Butler 

Royal, lab VanWinkle G & M Co 
Sanford, r, carp, r 270 Magnolia 
Colesby John, r, painter, bds Mrs Ferguson 
Coley Edward, cond A C St Ry, bds 114 W Harris 
f* Frank, cond A C St Ry, bds 500 Decatur 
. V Harry, cond A C St Ry, bds 1 14 W Harris 
Luther B, elk D Steinheimer. bds 41 Mills 



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Colley John, f, lab, r Wylie, Reynoldstovvn 
f * John W, carp, r 23 Doray 

Ccllier Albert, student, bds 28 Houston 

Albert Warner, mach W & A R R, bds 96 Cooper 
Benjamin ¥, carp R & I) shops, r 56 Ezzard 
Bros (Geo W & Jas R), grocers, 248 Houston 
Charles A, v pres Cap City Bnk, r 296 Rawson 
Charles H, wks Fulton B & C Mills, r 32 Reinhardt 
Claude L, elk W & A R R office, bds 96 Cooper 
Dan, c, lab city, r rear 109 Rawson 
Ella, (wid J N), bds 343 Mangum 

LeSUEUR & RUNGEIARCHiTEcfs 

*^*^ *#fc*#ll \Xi IIWIlMha (Boom 41, Old Capitol Buildki? 

Collier Emmet, elk J M High &~Co ^ 

George W, (Collier Bros), r 248 Houston 

Henry L. contractor, r 93 Nelson. 

Jacob, c, wks At! Gas Co, r 91 Greens Ferry ave 

James B, r, porter Atlanta Guano Co 

James M, gunsmith rear 53 Peachtree, r 298 Fort 

James R, (Collier Bros), r 248 Houston 

John, lawyer, 55^ Whitehall, r 47 Nelson 

John T, elk Marsh, Smith & Marsh, r 437 Woodward ave 

John W, bds 28 Houston 

Lawrence W, com agt 111 Cent R R, bds 97 N Pryor 

L, wks L H Hall & Co 

Mirateau L, master meeh W & A R R, r 96 Cooper 
^ Mrs Pamelia T, school Emmett nr Tumlin, r same 
Collier P F, H A Keppel mngr, subscription books 140 Marietta 

Robert, wks Sou Agrl Wks 

R M, trav M C & J F Kiser & Co 

Thomas, elk A R Weingart 

Thomas E, physician 276 Decatur, r 443 E Fair 

Tobe, c, lab, r 23 Ella 

Wm, Cy porter R L Libbey, bds 116 Chapel 

W B, trav Moore, Marsh & Co, r LaGrange, Ga 



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Thomas L, elk E T V & G R R, rms Chamberlin & John- 
son bldg [ 

Collins Brick Co, Samud H Venable pres, W D Palmer v-pres, 
Marietta road bey limits 
Charles, cabinetmkr Boyd &*Baxter, r Bell wood 
Charles, r, porter W R Hoyt 
C. r, blacksmith X C Speneei 
Delia (wid S H), r 151 Pulliam 
Ed, c, wks R & D Ry shops, bds rear 35 Ella 
Edward, wks Expo Mills, r 107 Old Exj)o Grounds 
Edward, c, wks A c\: W P Ry, r 14 Packard 
E, elk E T V & G frt depot, bds 75 Nelson 
Forest E, wagon yard 192 W Peters, rms same 
Gideon, c, driver J A Morris, r 85 Randolph 
Henry J (Jones & Collins), bds 55 N Forsyth 
Jas, c, wks J P Harrison & Co, r 36 Rawson 
Jas, r, wks O A Smith 
Jas A, watchman, r 12 Ella, Jamestown 

Collins James D, (Venable Bros & Collins), pres Atl Exchange 
& Bankmg Co, r Marietta, bey limits 
James D. eng E T V & G R R, r 144 Windsor 

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Collins James R, dept City Mashl,~CitVHall. r 482 Boulevard 
" John, wks W & A R R, bds 58 Jones ave 

Jno W, painter, r rear Peachtree bet Bleckley & Wilson avs 

Joshua, r, butler J B Hawthorne, r rear 85 Luf kie 

J Luther, mach DeLoach Mill Mnfg Co 

Loyd C, collr F J Stilson, bds 192 Angier ave 

Mary E (wid James F), r (6) McDaniel 

Mary E (wid Charles H), r 177 Alexander 

M A, (Jones & Collins), bds The Ardmore 

Porter, r, lab, r 27 Randolph 

T M, cond E T V & G R R 

Wm, c, wks The Lowe Bros Cracker Co 

Wm J, r 192 Angier ave ) 

Wm R, bkkpr F J Stilson, bds 192 Angier ave ^ 

Colhs Fannie W (wid Hampton), r 53 W Cain 
Collison P J, brakeman E T V & G Ry 

Collonge B, prof Gordon School and director Berlitz School of 

Languages 15 E Cain, r same 
Colovezek A, tailor Eisman Bros 
Colquhoun & Wright, (C H Colquhoun, J S A Wright) 

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Colquhoun Cecil H (Colquhoun & Wright), r 124 Courtland ave 
Colquitt George, chair bottomer, r 247 Vine 
" Hugh H, editor The Period, r East Point 
^ Colter^ see Coulter *^ 

Colton John E, trav M C & J F Kiser & Co 
Columbia Transit Co, J H Thompson genl mngr, 663/^ 
Whitehall 

Columbus Buggy Co, Sou Branch, J E Hickey mngr, 27 

W Alabama 
Colville Fulton, lawyer 69 (jate City Bank Bldg, bds 79 N 

Pryor 
Colvin John, c, lab, bds n s Means 3 w Moores al 
Colvin John A, pres and supt Atl Baggage and Cab Co, and 
baggage agt Union Depot, r 233 Washington 
Laura (wid Francis), r 688 Marietta 
Ralph L, with A C Ladd Lime Co, r 164 Forest ave 
Sam, r, lab, r rear 330 Hilliard 
^ Colyer see Collier 
Combs Calvin, r, lab, r 29 Fort 
Henry, i, carp, r Sou Atl 
Jacob, c, r 228 Fort 
W^m W, brakeman W & A R R 



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Comer John, c, lab, r w s Vine i n North ave 

'* Ransom H, shpg elk Gibbs Drug Co, r 58 Mills 

Commercial Oil Co, W Carrol Lawrence mngr, oils and grease, 
Bellwood ave at Ga Pac R R crossing 

Commercial Travelers Savings Bank, J G Oglesby pres, 
W A Gregg v-pres, A L Kontz cashr, John L Hopkins 
& Son atty's, 29-31 Gate City Bank Bldg 

Commercial Union Assurance Co, limited of London, 

(fire), Torbett & McCandless Agts, 13 Kimball House, 
Decatur 
Como Charles, foreman Brown & King Sup Co, r 183 Whitehall 
Compton James H, with ¥ J Stilson, bds 183 Whitehall 
" J R, capitalist, bds Arlington Hotel 
*' Mary S (wid W W), r 169 Richardson 
Comstock Charles D, mch hd Hightower, Rankin & Co, bds 143 
Marietta 
** Charles W, (C W Comstock & Co), r 314 Fraser 
*' * Mrs E B, r 143 Marietta 
** Giles W, solicitor, r Little cor Fraser 
Comstock & Co, (C W Comstock), state agts North America 

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Condon John, comp Constitution, bds 52 Walker 

'' Mrs Linnie, photographer 83 ^^ Whitehall, r same 
** Philip J, watchmkr Maier & Berkele, bds National Hotel 
Condor Guy, wks A & F Ry, bds Mrs M A Mann 
Conej see aha Cohen and Cohn. ! , 

Corrie (wid George), r 193 Gilmer : 

James, c, lab Collins Brick Co I 
Oscar F, c, wks R & D R R, r 14 Logan 
Wm B, elk H H Brotherton, r 134 Richardson 
Confer S Harry, eng, r 171 Form wait 
Congdon Marie D, vocal teacher, bds 97 Capitol Square 

'' Robert D, bds 97 Capitol Square 
Conger Tandy A, saloon 502 Decatur, r 49 Gartrell 

** Wm R, wks A C St Ry Co, r 49 Gartrell 
Conklin Charles A (Chas A Conklin Mfg Co), r 139 Spring 
Conklin Charles A Mfg Co, Chas A Conklin propr, import- 
ers of tin plate and mfrs tinware, 270-274 Marietta 
George J, flagman G P R R 
Thomas A, trav, r 200 Ivy 
Thomas A Jr, bds 200 Ivy 
Conley, see aho Commlly, Connely and Connolly 

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" PEN DERGRASS L CRANE, Props. J BOBES, WHIPS, &c. a^ to 41 W. Ala. St. 

Conley Allen, r, draymn, r Arthur nr Bellwood ave 
Miss Annie, wks Atl Paper Co, bds 30 Hayden 
George H, candy mkr F E Block, bds 30 Hayden 
James C, carp Dobbs Lumber Co, r es Loyd 2 s Glenn 
Kenyon, r, wks Kimball House 
Margaret M (wid Thomas), grocer and coal 169-171 Davis, 

r same 
Morris J, elk R M S, r W E 
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Conn Henry J, wks Station House, r 265 Decatur 

" Thomas G, blksmth Baum-Driver Novlty Wks, r 786 Marietta 

Connolly, see also Conley, Connely and Cminolly 

Elijah L, Physician, 24^ Whitehall, r Ashby WE 

James C, motorman Atl Traction Co, r (212) Ira 

James O, c, butcher 170 Decatur, r 117 Howell