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UNITED STATES CITY DIRECTORIES 






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The New York Historical Society's copy 
of the 1893 Atlanta City Directory was 
lacking pages 11-12, and 1355-1370. All of 
these missing pages were requested from the 
Atlanta Historical Society. Photocopies 
supplied by them were filmed ahead of the 
New York Historical Society's copy. 



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Vontaining an Alphabetical List of Business Firms^ftd^^^tl *.^ , 
Citizens, A mrectory of the City and County Om<^&&l^ ^ \ 
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MANUFACTURED BY 

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I- DENNISON'S TOURISTS' TAGS FOR TRAVELERS, n 

Stratton»8 Gummed Labels and Gummed Paper of all colors; I^gal aud Notarial Seals; Fold 
ing aud Faucy Tickets; MeutzeP. Patent Suspension Rings; The Star Copyingf Pads; 
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JEWELERS' BOXES. 

Jewelers' Cards, Pink and White Cotton, Pine Twines, 



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Apothecaries' Powder Papers and Shaving Papers. 

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JAP'ANESE NAPKINS 

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030 CHESTNUT STREET, PHIULDEUPHIA. 
148 WAIJOTT STREET, CINCINNATI. 



7 SHOE LANE, IX>NDON, ENGULND. 



198 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. 

109 and 111 WABASH AVENUE, CHICA< 

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BLANK BOOKS MADE TOfGRDER 

Railroad, Banking, Manufacturing, Commercial 

Printing, Checks, Certificates, Bonds, 

Letter Heads, Etc., Etc. 



Wedding and Invitation Goods, 

We have the Finest Line and Latest Designs always In Stock, 
while our Script Types are cut specially for 
' . this class of work^ 



CATALOGUES. 

We 7nake:<d>specialt^ of Catalogue Work, and invite estitnates 
on every species of JSook or Painphlet. We have t?ie finest mta- 
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AND DEALER IN PBECIOUSr STONES, 

47 Whitehall St.. (Up StaiR), - ATLANTA. OEORGfA, 



WOKK FOR THE TBAJDE A SPECIALTY. 
OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT AND EXCHANGED. 



J.ALEXANDER, 

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Horse Shoeing, Truck Building, Repairing Vehicles and fienertl 
Blacksmlthing promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed. . 

Corner Exchange Place and Ivy Streets, Atlanta. Ga. 



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Deals in Window Shades, Lace Curtains, White Spreads, 

Comforts and House Pictures. 



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STEAM @ DYEING 



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Cleaning Establishment. 

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Ladies' and Gents' Clothings Cleaned, Dyed 
and Repaired. 

Quick Work, Prompt Delivery. 



H.T.SUTTON, 

l8iL Hunter Street. - 

Bootand Shoemakep 

^REPAIRING A SPECIALTV.Nf 



CETER (^ WESLEY, 
BLACKSMITHS. 

-•^CARRIAGES AND WAGONS REPAlRED.t:^- 

HORSeSHOeiNG K SReC^KLTY. 

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CONTRACTS MADE FOR" 

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CHAMPION HORSESHOER. 

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Tools Made and Put in Order. 



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Contractor & Negotfdtor, 
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Horse Railroads In': 
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TAILORS. 

7 1-2 N. Broad St.^ Over Tyie'^s Marlcei. 

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All Work Done Promptly on Time 

Remember, 7 1 ^2 North Broad Street. 
Over Tye's Market. 



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DON'T YOU CATCH ON? ,. 



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,;„l :;»» P'-i- '-''"^ water l.y ariu:il a!ialv>is Nol .MMli 

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HIGHI AND EVAPORATED CREAM. 

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rr »tiin^ NO sr(4AK Tlu- uivaU-r jHTtion of tlie uati-iy an.l waste por- 
lions of tin: ciauii' milk has l.eeii n'.iu.ved by cvaiH.rati..ii an.l 

.iK'ic'foie we have only the 

NUTRITIVE MILK SOLIDS LEFT. 

Con.lense.l milk i> only half nulk an<l contains GERMS and I/l^KASE BA- 
CI^Ij KvaporatedCmnn is ALL nnlk and i> ahsi.lutely 

Sterile — or < n'rniless ! 

What You Want is "Highland" Cream. 

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HELVETIA MILK CONDENSIKG COMPAQ Y . ';;::V,'(i,A-A nils': iowa 

., ,,,,..-...,• aCKKKMAN vV ( (►, ,\tlaiit:i. S..uthrrn A«;ent- 

c. Ai^fo gTelectric CO., 

Sne'evsors to (OLK. (iFA'TKV .V CO. 

Electrical Contractors. 

Eleciricai Saipl^es Always on Hand. - Telegraph Instruments. 



H..t 1 ;,h11!..u^- Ain-miri:.:..,-.. Klr.rric 1V11>. Klctrir C.s I.i-l.tint:-. TAwUu- Motm- 
, ;,„,. H: ••,1 jf>. iiiH' Waff! m.uiN Tiiiit- 1 ).ttMtni> inu uj. ami -uaraiitceU . 

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General Southern Agents for the 

EDISON MIMEOGRAPH. 

A rtMluplk-atint; .U'v i> c !•> uiii'li thoiisands ..f .-..i.ies can be i.v.mIuccI fr.nn one (.ri-inal. 

Thousands in Use. Send for samples of its work. 

39 N. Broad St. C. & G. ELECTRIC CO. 



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Atlanta West End, Grant Park 

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THOMAS JJ. PAINE. - Vh k-Pi:ks[I)kxt. 
HINKS. SIiriJUirK cV FELDEK, Attohnkys. 



THE Only Lines Running to 

McPherson Barracks 



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Cars leave corner Alabama and 
South Broad streets every five 
minutes' for GRANT PARK 
and McPherson Barracks. 



A delightful afternoon can be spent by taking this line 
to the new U. S. Barracks, and witnessins: 

The Dress Parade and Military Concert. 

The only line to Brisbine Recreation Park, for 
Base-Ball and similar out-door amusements. 



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Splendidly Equipped with all the latest Appliances. 



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From Walton street, corner Broad, to 
Spring street, to Luckie street, to Alex- 
ander street, across Marietta street, and 
over the J(>nes avenue bridge to 

Bellwood, 

Collins Park, 

New Water Works, 
Bolton and the 

Chattahoochee River. 



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Passing through Picturesque and Beautiful Scenery. 



One of the chief features of a visit to 
Atlanta is a ride on this delightful line. 



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OF DflTTON, OHIO. 



Engineers. 



Mill and 
Hydraulic 

Contractors for Completed 

Water PowerPlants, 
Roller Flour Mills, 

Cotton Seed Oil Mills, 

Water Works Systems, 
Corn Mills, Feed Mills, 

Shafting, Pulleys, Gearing, 
Belting, Etc., Etc. 
Steam Pumps, 

Victor Turbine Water Wheels, 
Stillwell Heaters, 

Hydraulic Presses and Pumps. 



4TL/INT/I OFFKE, 
608 IT^QUlTJ^BIwE :BUli^DIIN:0 



J. W. TAYLOR, 

SOUTH EASTERN AGENT. 



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J. TYE & CO., 



WHOLESALE AND ETAIL 



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Meat anil Foultrj Market 



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Western and Tennessee Beef 



Cor«JssxAr«ri^A' o?c Ha>;i>. 



Game. Poultry, Smoked Beef, Tongues, 
Spiced Rolls, Sausages, Etc. 



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Courteous Treatment and Prompt Delivery. 



EMERY BLOGK, 

1 N. BROAD ST. 

TELEPHONE 4M 



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GOR. TRINITY AUE. 

TELEPHONE 889. 




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To the Afflicted 

of any Disease 

Evervwhere. 



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Havin<4 estabiished our ability to cure any kn^own 

curable disease, and many heretofore considered mcura- 
cutaoie aibc . Southern 

ble, as our patients will testit> an o\ci 
States, we do not hesitate to say 

everywhere- to write to us. or eome to us. or commum. 
Lte^o us in soi.e way. and we will do , or >^;; wH 
others have failed to do-cure you Don t hesitate, but 
act now. Our | 

Electro Magnetic Emenegogue Pills, , 

for all irregularities and obstructions, are neverfaihng in 
their effects, containing remarkable ne.4y^-disCovered 
Ingredients. "We put u , the best Cough bvKn. m the 
world. Cures LaGrippe in 24 hours. Address 

• BACTERID MEDICAL DISPENSARY, 
. 6'/^ N. Broad St., Atlanta, Ga. 

We seldom ever publish certificates, etc., kt the 
following is one of many letters that are received ^aily : 

New Orleans, La., October 10, !1892. 
to see you in the summer. Write soon . Your Niece, ^^^^ hausby. 



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The Gem Pleasure Resort of Atlanta. 



Fine Lake. Peautiful Boats. ;^-One Ten Pin Alley. 
' Fine Flowers and Picturesque Landscape. Floral 
Designs of all kinds for sale. Best of Refresh- 
ments served. Open all the year round. 



QOOD DRIVE ALL THE WAIT. 



Adjoining Grant's ParklTtfi^East, - ATLANTA, GA. 



TG^L^e^PHLOINli: 57- 



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The Electropoise is a seientitic instrument for the cure of disease 
without medicine. Based on new theories as to the cause and cure of dis 
ease, it deals with the electrical and majxnetie conditions ol the body an 1 

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«;ases surroundinjj: it in the atmosphere. Tlie principal and most common 
need of the sick is ()xy«;en— pure ()xy«^en — and tliis the Electropoise sup- 
plies, by i)Uitin<; the system in such a condition that it absorbs Oxygen 
from the atmosphere. 

The Electrop«»ise is not a jmtent medicine; not a mysterious or miracu- 
lous cure; not a battery or beit, nor in any way akin to tlie many "elec- 
trical cure-alls" advertised. 

It is a reliable and truly wonderful treatment, rurhifj diseases pro- 
nounced incitraftle by eminent physicians. It is endorsed by the best peo- 
ple of this and adjoining^ States. The Company owning tlie Electropoise is 
composed of Southern gentlemen and some of the most prominent men of 
Georgia, Alabama and adjoining States are interested in it. 

Many of the best and most prominent citizens of Atlanta own and ad- 
vocate the use of the Electropoise. 

Do not despair before investigating this wonderful treatment. We will 
be pleased to have all impartial investigators visit our office, whether they 
wish to buy or not. ' 

Every genuine Electropoise stamped as above. Beware of worthless 
imitatioES and infringing counterfeits. 

A TLANTIC ELECTROPOISE CO., 

Rpom 45 Gould Building. 

BRANCH OF WASHIX(;T()N, 1). C"., OFFICE 



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"Whenever you receive a jtroposition for a Typewriter, kindly bear in mind that the 

•♦ CALIQRAPH" is the best ALL ROUND machine for the following reason^ : 

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HIGHEST SPEED— (Always reaily to prove it in a fair test.) _^ | 

LIGHTEST RT'NNING— (No paralysis for our champions.) ~ ? 

BEST MANIFOLDING— (Toronto, Aujrust 13, 30 per cent ahead ) I 

LEAST NOISE— (One reason telejrraph operators prefer if) \ 

SHORTEST STROKE— (.Saving time and labor. \ . ■ 

MOST DVR X RLE— (Only machine guaranteed two years )f ■ \ 

STEEL TyFE—( No rubber bands or type to give out.) , | .*. 

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

Popular Prices: No, 1 $70; No. 2 $85; No. 3 $100. 

The reason we can care for our ins^iments two years, free of charge, is because the 
Caligraph type-bars respond to but one type and wear twice as long as machines "shift- 
ing " for upper case, where each bar must respond to two types ; (ahorse can haul oi^ 
ton more easily than two tons ) ^ \ 

These facts will help you protect your interests when drummed on the type-writer ques- 
tion, if not already posted, and we trust when in the market for a writing machine you 
will, at least, give us a call. We make no charges whatever for instructing customers 

fully. 

Type-Writer Supplies, flachines Rented. Copying Done. ' 

Our instruments attract peoi)le by the qualities they display; they retain them 

by the qualities they possess. * 



Successors to Torbett & McCandless, Gen. Agfts. Georgia and Alabama, 

No. 2 2 Kimball House, Decatur St., - Atlanta, Ga 
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JOHN M. GREEN, Prest. 



P. ROMARE, 5ec. and Treas. 



ATLANTA GUANO CO., 

MAM FA( Tl REUS OF 1 

EDDT5T0NE r QUflNO. 

JOHN Wi. GKEKN'S FORNIULA, 

RAINBOW PliOSPIiATE . 



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ATLANTA SOLUBLE BONE 



Offices, Rooms 22, 23 and 24 Gate City National Bank Bldg. 



Correspondence 5»olicited. 



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Wesleyan Christian Advocate 



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Circulation, 12,000. + 

4. * Read by 50,000 People. 



Official Organ for the Methodist Episcopal Chinch, South^ 
in Georgia, with 155,000 Communicants. \ 

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WEEKLY. SUB8GR1PT10N, $2.00 PER YEAR.. 

Atlanta Advertisers cnn find no better medium. Rates reasonable, the 
circulation and influence of the paper considered. Try it. Subscribe for it. 

W. F. GLENN, CiiiKF Editok. \ 

T. T. CHHISTIAN, Asst. Ei>rr()U and Business MciU. 

OFFICE, 402 & 404 EQUITABLE BUILDING. 



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C. BECRMANN, PRESIDENT. 



A. 8TEINER, SEC. AND Treas. 



ATLANTA 



]3peciiii7g arjd loe Co. 

Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer^ 



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i Office, brewery and ice factory, 

Corner Courtland and Harris Streets, 



SOUTHERN BUREAU \ 

Of Information and E^mploijment 

70 I -2 FMCHTREE /TREET, 

Is composed of T. W. Jackson, Geo. A. Clayton, L. W. Arnold 
and J. B. Jackson, four of Atlanta's most successful and promising 
voung business men. They are all possessors of an over average amount 
of vim, push and energy. They have the reputation of succeeding in 
all their undertakings. They are honest, reliable and trust-worthy. 
Any dealings you may have with them, you may rest assured will be 
satisfactorily, squarely and honorably conducted. \ 

If at any time you should need assistance in their line, you will 
find it greatly to your advantage to write, call, or telephone them. 

They refer by permission, to the Merchant's Bank, Hightowerand 
Hillman, Frank E. Block and the Southern Shorthand and Business 



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IMPROVED ABSORPTION 

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and 

REFRIGERATING MACHINES. 

For I( e Making, Packing Houses, 

Cold Storage, Creameries, 

Breweries, Hotels, Etc. 

„ _ ^ Every UTachine Guaranteed. 

S^^^^^5^5=-^ Correspondence Solicited. 



Con.stru-Jted on scientific i)rinciples, giving greatest i)ossil)le results at 
Minimum cost. Reliable, economical, easil\- handled. 

and well construe ted. 

Office: 827 Equitable Building, Atlanta, Ga. 



THE PURITY ICE WORKS, 

48 FORT ST., ATLANTA, ^A. 

ABSOLUTE 

Artificial Ice, 

Made from Distilled Water. 

Delivered free at all residences, 

places of business and K R. 

Depots in the city. 

PRICES REASONABLE. 

SERVICE PROMPT. 

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Atlanta * Medical * College, 



ATLANTA. 



GEORGIA. 



THIRTY-FIFTH SESSION, 1892-93. 



FACULTY. 



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A. W. GRIGG, M D, 

Emeritus Professor of Practice. 

wm. abram love, m d , 

l»rofes8or of Physiolopy and I'atholojfical 
Anatomy. 

A. W. CALHOUN, M. D., LL. D.. 

Professor of Diseases of Eye, Ear and Tliroat. 

H. V. M MILLER, M. D, LL D , 

Professor of IMnciples and Practice of Me«l- 
icine. Dean of the Faculty, j 

W. S ARMSTRONG, M. D , 

Professor of Anatomy and Clinical Surjrery. 

J S. TODD, M D., I __ ^, „^. ^.^ 

Professor Materia Medica and Therai>eutics. Assistant to Chair of Eye, Ear an«l Tliroat 

VIRGILO HATiDON, M D, | Disease. , 

Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of RALPH E. SMITH, M. D., 

Women and Children. ^ Lecturer on Genito-T^rinarj- ami Rectal Dis- 

L. H JONES M. I). ! ®*^^' *"** ^^^^^'^"^ t" f'hair of Surgery. 

Professor General and Medical Chemistry i * Db. J. A. CHILDS 

and Medical .Tnrisiirudence. T.p<'tiir*»r .»« i-^4«o-, 4 , . 

'^ ' i-«< lurer on l rinarj- Analysis. 



W. F. WESTMORELAND, M. D., 

Professor of Principles and Practice 'of 

Surger>-. 

W. S. KENl>RICK, M. b, 

Proctor. Pr<)fessor of Physical Diagnosis 

and Clmical Medicine. DemonstraUvr 

and Ivccturer. 

M. B HUrCHINS, M. D., 

I>emon8trator of AnaUmiy and Microscoiiv 
and lecturer on Diseases of the Skin. 

J C. JOHNSON, M. D., 

lecturer on 1 )i8eases of Chihiren. 

J. M. CRAWFORD, M. D., 



THE REGULAR WINTER SESSION BEGINS OCTOBER AND CONTINUES 

UNTIL MARCH. 



-« Clinical Advantages Unsurpassed W 



An Abundance of Anatomical MaUrial Always on Hand. 



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Dr. W. 8. KENDRICK, Proctor. 

71 WASHINGTON STREET. 



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Southern * Medical « College, 

A'TJ^AIS'TA, GA. 

The Fourteenth Armual Session of this Institntion^vill Commence 
on the 4th of October, 1892, and co7iti7iue Five Months, 




1 The coming term offers facilities for medical study superior to any in this section. 

A new and magnificent building will accommodate three hundred students, and all of the 
equipments are iirst-class in every particular. The site of the building is immediately 
across the street from the new Grady Hospital of the City of Atlanta, where every oppor 
tunity will be offered fdr the clinical study oi disease. Instruction will consist of didactic 
and clinical lectures in the College Amphitheatre and in the Hospital. Course thorough 

in all departments. I 

The winter climate of Atlanta is attractive, conducive to health and well adapted to 
gt^jtly^ For information address 

Dr. William Perrin Nicolson, Dean. 

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lUoMvs Spkvcek Povvelt., M. D, 
Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, and Lecturer 

on Me<Mcal Eiliics. 

William Phkuin Nicolson, M. D, | 

Trofessor of Anatomy aud Lecturer on Clinical Surgery and Surgeon 

to Grady Hospital. ^1 

Gu>TAvus Gai<n*t Ko\. M. D.. I 

Profei-sor of Materia Altdica and Therapeutics, and Lecturer on Diseases 

ot Children. 

Jamks McFaddkn Gastov, M: D., j 

Prolessorof Principles and Pi actice of Surgery. I 

CiiAKLKS Shkphekd Webb, Ph. B., M D., I 
Pi(>fe>sor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine. I 

William Slmpson Elk in. M. D., 
Pro.essoi^of Operative ^urgt■ry and Genito- Urinary Diseases and Surgeon 

to Grady Hospital. 

TIenky F. Harris, M D., I 

Professor of Chemistry and Lecturer on PathoL gy and Histology. 

Floyd W. McRae, M. D., 
Processor of Physiology, and Lecturer on Chemical Medicine. 

Logan M. Crichton, M. D.. j 

Professor of Diseases of the Throat and i^ose. i 

ChXrles Dunbar Roy, M. D., ; / 

Professor of Diseases of the Eye and Ear. ' 



Auxiliary Professors and Special Lecturers. 

' Walter Andrew Crow, B. S. M. D. 

Lecturer on Abdominal Surgery. 

James C AvAR¥i,/M. D., 
Lecturer on Gynecology. 

Luther B. Grandy, M. D., 

Demonstrator of Anatomy. 
J 
K. R. KiME, M. D., 

Assistant to the Chair of Obstetrics, and Clinical Lecturer 

' Diseases of Women. 



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TmEiP 1D)EMT/^L C@LLK: 




bEF/JRTflENT OF SOUTHERN MEDI^flL COLLEQE. 

FACI'LTY. 

L. I). CAUI'KNTEU. D, D. S., 

rn»fes»orof Oral Siii^f n . Tatliology 

and Therapeutics. 

W, r. XICOLSOX M. D„ 
Professor of Anatomy. 

F, W. MrKAE, M. D., 
I'rofessitr of Physiolopy. 
\\. \\. .TEWKTT, I). 1). S., 
I )eiiioiistrAor of Prosthetfc Dentistry. 



S. <;. HOLLAND. D. D. S., 
l»rofessor of I>ental ("hemistry ami 
Materia Medira. j 

JOHN S. THOMSON. D. D. S..i 

l»rofessor of Prosthetic Dentistry aiinl 
Metallurtjy. 

AVM. CRENSHXW, D. D, S„ 

Professor of Oi)erative l>entistry. 

THOMAS (KENSHAW. D. D S.,. 

Denionstrat«>r of Operative llentistry. 



INFIRMARY AND- LABORATORY. 
Demontrators «»f superior qualificati<m in Oi>erative and l»rosthetic Dentistr>- are in 
charge, and pive to the students instmctions of the ver>- hijrhest order now known to 

Dental '^^^^^^^'^jj^j^.^j^ INSTRICTORS AND SPErL\L LE( TTRERS. 

Talented men in the i)rofession from various parts of the Fnited States will l>e fnvited 
an<l at stated times will hold clinics and jrive sitecial lectures. The advantatres offered 
from the Hospital, Clinical, Oi»erative, Prostheti*- and Infirmar>- practice are not excelled 
bv anv Colletre in this <Mmntry. ^ ^ . ^ , 

■ An earlv applicaticm, bv all who wish to matricumt^, is ^arnestlv requesteil. Only a 
few davs after openinji: day are nyw allowed in any l>ental (ollejre for students to enter. 
Therefore, it is necessary that vou act promptly. 

For further particulars and catalojnie, address . 

L. I). CARPENTER, D. D, S„ DEAN, 

47 1-2 Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga. 

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ATLANTA. GA. 



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FACULTY. 

llAMii/roN I)<)II(;las% Ph. M., LI.. 15., Dkax, 

J-uc uier « III Tort.-, > ills and ('orpiirati oils. 

-^ Chaklks a. I{eai), B. L., 

l.tetuier on C'oniinon and .' t^itiite Law. 

HuopEK Alexandek, a. B., 

Lecturer on Contract Helalions. 

Bi-KWETT Lee, A. M , LL. B., 

Lectunr i»n Exidence, Equity and Constitutional Law. 

ARCHIBALD IL Davis, A. B., B. L,, 

Liciuiei on Ciiininal Law, Pleading and Agenc. . 



'I he .^^e.^sion be:;ni> October ist, and continues throu'^h 
[une. The c ;urse «f study covers two years of nine 
months each, buc is so nrrans^ed that students mav take 
all the lectures in one year, if pre] ared to do so. Stu- 
dents u>e the State Law Library, and have access to all 
the State and F^cdcral Courts, as Ave II as opportunity to 
enter law offices of the Atlanta Bar. The 'instruction 
is intended to prjjjare the student to practice anywhere 
the common law prevails. I 

For catalo<i^ues and other information, address* j 
11 V Mil. TON DOUGI- \S, !>i;.-n. ! 

EqI I ABLE BrTLDNG. AtLAN T A, Ga. 



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School of Technology. 



OKOAISI^eSO 1888. 

ATLANTA, ~^-~~- 



GEORGIA. 



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OF THE University of Georgia. j 

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Mr. N. E. Harris Macon, Ga 

Mr. S. M. IxMAN : Atlanta,- Ga 

Mr. E R. Hodgson Athens, Ga 

Mr. O. S. Porter Covington, Ga 

Mr. Columbus Heard Greensboro, Ga 

Mr. D. N. Speer . . . .Atlanta, Ga 

Mr. W. B. Miles Atlanta, Ga 



FACULTY. 

Isaac S. Hopkins, Ph.D., D. D., 

President and Professor of Physics. 

Lymax Hall, (West Point), 

Professor of Mathematics. 

Rev. Charles Lane, A. M., 

Professor of English Language and Literature. 

William t±. Emekson, Pn. D., 

Professor of Chemistry 

J. S Coon, M. E , 

Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Drawing. 

G. E. Cassidy, 

Superintendent of Shops. 

D B. OviATT, M E. 

Adjunct Professor of Drawing. 

F. O. Spain, (S. C M A.) 

Adjunct Professor of Mathem 'tics. 

Ernest E. West, (Annapolis), 

Adjunct Professor of Physics. 



FOREMEN— INSTRUCTORS. 

mechanical department. ; 

H. T. RoFFE, Foreman in Machine Shop. 

T. O. Jones, Foreman in Wood Shop. 

Horace A. Thompson, Foreman in Blacksmith Shop. 

A. S. BuzzELL, Foreman in Foundry. 

ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1892-93: 

Session begins last Wednesday in Sept, and closes last Wednesday in June. 



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SI. Joseph's Infirmapy. 







Under Care of me Sisters of Mercy 



Rooms, with Nursing and Attendance, Eight to Twelve 
Dollars per week, Payable in Advance. 



294 COURtLAND STREET. 



Sister NIary Baptista, ^laperior. 



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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 
tlie direction of the Sistei-s of Mercy 
Tlie 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 ■ f instruction embraces two de artments, viz: 1st. The 
Preparatory Department. 2nd. The Senior Department. 

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

The Senior Depa tment, which comprises four classes, is completed in 
four years. It consists of the first and second Senior classes and Gradua- 
ting class. 

Terms, Per Session, Payable in Advance. 

Oiiental china, pastel 



Board and tuition in English, 
Fren*5h an i Latin, including, 
bed, bedding and washmg. . .^75 00 
Mu-ic on piano,uuitar or organ 20 00 
Voc .1 mus c, special course. . . 20 00 
Vocal musig in class.no charge 
Painting in oil or water colors. 20 00 

Embroidery, plain and ornament i 
to boarders. _ 



and 

Kensingt«n $20 00 

German taught at professor's 

charge 

Fancy w.irk and embroidery. 5 00 
Summer vacation, if t»pent at 

the Academy 30 00 

1 neei lie work form no extra charge 



DAY PUPILS. 

Primirydivisi*>n, per session..* 7 50 euior division $12 0^ 

Intermediate division 10 00 Graduating division * 14 0^ 

Grammar division lo 00 Graduating fee * *. *. '. *. 5 'qO 

Musical Department. 

The superior musical advantages of the Academy deserves 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 
wlii h theory and practice are carefully combined. 

Xerma for XTusic per -Ztlonth. x * 

Piano, 8 lessons, 50 minutes each $4 00 Violin, 8 lessons, 50 ininutesleach $4 00 

Piano, 4 lessons, 50 minutes each 2 00 Vocal music, 8 lessons per month . " 4 00 

Ort^n, 8 lessons, 50 minntes each 6 00 Graduating fee in music _ ' "* 5 00 

(ruitar, 8 lessons, 50 minutes each 4 00 



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34, 36, 38 AHGIER TERRACE, CAPITOL AlfE., 



ATLANTA, 



GEOROIA 



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ASSISTANTS. 

I.ITKUAKY. 



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Miss Km MA WiF-MAMS . 

Miss LoY M( Afkk 

Prof. W . \V. Li;mi*kix 

Miss Lkk Camp 

Prof. H. T. lIiMKK... 



M!itln'mati<*8 

F]nj(lish 

El<M'uti(Hi 

. Interniediat*' ar<l Primary 
Physical S<;iciiccs 



KINDEIKJARTKN. 

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Miss WiM.ETTK Ai,i.KX....y. IWrector 

Miss Sadik Mi(^li:m. ax Assistant 

HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT. 

Miss L. P. Hak<juovk...: Matron 

DEPARTMENT OF MISIC. 

Miss Mao(4IK »' aiiu Instrumental 

Miss Nkllik KxuJin Voice Culture 

DEPARTMENT CF MODERN LANCUIAdES. 

Monsieur Hkxoit Coi.H)X<;k.. Director 

Monsieur Ei)or a ui> Wkm-uoff Assistant 

Monsieur Lackoix Seccmtl Assistant 

ART DEPARTMENT. 
Mr. Hal Mokhisox Paintinjj and Drawinjf 

HOARD OF COUNSELORS. 



Dr. I. S. Hopkins. 
Dr. J as. V\ . Lek. 
Senator Jno. B. CtokdojJ. 
Governor W. J. Xoin iikn. 
Dr. A. W. Calhoun. ; . 
Rev. .J. M. Beck. 



Judge J AS. BOYNTON. 

Prof. Geo. C. Loonky. 
Dr. J. W. He IDT. 
Hon. M. W. Beck. 
Judge Sam'l Lumpkin. 
Dr. H. P. McDonald. 



Commi.ssioner S. D. Bradwell. 



The Scholastic Year of thh College Begins the 12th of September and 

Closes- the last oj May. ; 

With a standard as hi^h, a ourricnlum as extended as that of a male university, with 
every department ituuplet*' and presided over by si^ecialists with the fullest realization 
of the deep import of the work awaiting— 

m 

Capital F^emalo Collego 

OPENS ITS DOORS FOR THE SESSION OF 1892-93. 



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THE QORDON SCHOOL. 



I^OR^ BOOSTS. . 

Strict military discipline, prompt obedience, courteous manners 
and thorough systematic school work are the requirements. 
For Catalogue, address 

W. E. nEflQLCT, Head Master. 



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GamrnQf] * T^Wegical # SeminarY 



OFFERS TO ALL STUDENTS FOR THE CHRISTIAN 

MINISTRY THE FOLLOWING ADVANTAGES. : 

A course of studv as thonmtrh, extensive ami well arranjred as that of any institution 
in the countn-. Four i)rofessors who <levote their entire time t<» the .work of Theolojricai 
Instruction. 'Elegant and complete Library Building, with a librarj- of over 7,500 volumes. 
Fine Theological Hall— free tuition. Attendance of over 70 nunisters and candidates repre- 
.sent 13 States and 24 Colleges and Academies. 










GAMMON HALL. 



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Atlanta University, 



i^VIiANVAy 6A« 



TO STUDENTS: 



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Atlanta University offers an education in all studies 
from the Primary School up through Grammar, Normal 
and Collegiate Courses, together with industrial training 
in Carpentry, Blacksmithing, P" arming. Printing, Cook- 
ing, Sewing and Dressmaking, at a total cost of from 
'$92 to $96 a year for each student, including furnished 
room and board for eight months. 



TO C/IFIT/ILI-fTi: 



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needy people of the South, renders your investments in 
this region more secure, increases the demand for the 
merchandise which you desire to sell, and renders more 
intelligent and efficient the labor that you employ. . An 
endowment of at leas): $500,000 is needed to put the 
institution on a secure and permanent basis. 



Addrejs REW. HORACE BUMSTEAD, D.D. 



PRESIDENT 



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Preparatory, Normal and Higher Normal and 

Scientific Courses. 

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formal Training Department, 

Special attention given to the preparation of pupils for teaching^ To 
this end a Xormal Training School is connected with the Seminary. 

Industrial Department. f 

A prominent feature Instruction is given in <Cooking, Washing, Iron- 
ing, Chamber Work, Sewing, Dressmaking, Printing, Shorthand and type- 
writing. The Spelman Messenger, an eight-page paper, is issued monthly. 

Nurse Training Department. , 

A department with two courses, professional and non-professional A 
small hospital is attached where practical work is taught. A coui;se of 
lectures is given by prominent physicians of the city during the entire 
term. 

Missionary Training Department. 

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



Languages. 

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Board and Tuition. \ 

Seven dollars per month in advance ; otherwise, seven dollars and a half. 



Street cars run everj' ftfteen minutes from the comer of Broad and Marietta Streets 
directly to Leonard Street. For Catalogue and further information, address 

Miss HARRIET E. GILES, Principal. 

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Cor. Boulevard & Houston, ATLANTA, GA, 



'ACADEMIC FACULTY: 

A. ST. GEO. RICHARDSON, ' i 

Professor of Classics and Mathematics. 

MISS FLORENCE D. MARTIN, ' 

In8trtn^;ress in English and Science/ 

MRS. B. F. HOYT, 

Instruetress^m Hifttory and Methods. 

MISS ANNIE B. THOMAS, • 

Instructress in English and Sec^y of the Faculty. 

MISS CARRIE J. THOMAS, j 

Instructress in English and Latin. 

MBS. ELLA T. LANDRUM, I 

Insti-uctress in English Branches. 

MISS JULIA ALLEN, 

Assistant Primarv Teacher. 

REV. S. H. ROBERTSON, 

General Superintendent and Treasurer. 

BISHOP ABRAHAM GRANT, j 

President Board of Trustees. 

RT. REV. W. J. GAINES, ! 

Associate President Board of Trustees. 



CALENDAR: 

Fall Term begins - - September. 
Vacation, - - - December 23, one \^eek. 

Winter Term begins - January. | 

Vacation, - - - Last week in March. 

Spring Term, - - - April. ] 

Term Examinations and Closing Exercises, last week in May. 



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FACULTY. 

W. H. HICKMAN, A. M., D. D., 
President, Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy. 

W. B. CROGMAN, A. M., 
Professor of Latin and Greek, and Librarian. 

D. MOURY, M. D., 
Professor of Physiology, and College Physician. 

W. L GRAHAM, A. M., 
Professor of Mathematics. 

W. M. ALFORD, 
Principal of Normal and English Departments. 

MISS SARAH REAM, A. M., 
Professor of History and English Litei*atiire. 

R. W BEIGHLE, A. B., 
Principal of Night School and Teacher in English. 

H. O. TANNER, 

Principal of Art Department and Professor of Drawing. 

M. LOUISE LINEBARGER, 

Principal of Music Department. 

AD. HOUGHTON, M. E., ^ 

Superintendent of Trade Schools. 

MISS FLORA MITCHELL, 
Superintendent of School of Domestic Economy. 

MR. BACHELER, 
Professor of Natural Science. 

MISS SIBYL ABBOTT, Teacher in English. 

MARIE I. HARDWICK, Teacher in English. 

MRS. J. S. ROBERTS, Matron. 



COURSES OF STUDY: 

THEOLOGICAL, (Gammon Theological Seminary ) 

COLLEGE CLASSICAL. COLLEGE PHILOSOPHICAL. COLLEGE SCXENTIFIC. 

ACADEMIC. NOiaLa.. INDUSTRIAL NURSE TRAINING. MUSIC. 



TELEPHONE 1227. 



EXPENSES: 

Tuition for Day Students, One Dollar per calendar month. 
For Board, Furnished Room, Fire, Lights, Tuition, etc., per 
calendar month. Ten Dollars. 

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Atlanta Baptist Seminary 



WEST END OF FAIR STREET, 

ATLANTA, QA. 



ORGANIZED 1867. 



mCORPO RATED 1879 



For the Education of Colored Men. 




The course of study covers ten years, and includes Prei)aratory, Normal, Classical, and 

Theological Departments, and is designed to fit its pupils for business life, 

the profession of teaching, or the work of the Gospel Ministry. 



FACULTY. 

REV. GEO. SALE, B. A., President. 
REV, SAMUEL GRA'V^ES, D. D., Professor in Theology. 
A. T. VON SHULZ,'B. S., Professor of Natural Sciences. 
WILLIAM E. [MARSHALL, A. M., Professor of Classics. 
REV. WILLIAM E. HOLMES, A, M. , Professor of English 

Literature and History. 
MISS CARRIE E. BEEMEBS, Teacher of Normal Methods. 
GEORGE F. BROWN, Instructor in Music. 
WILLIAM E. HOLMES, Librarian. 
MRS. A. T. VONSHULZ, Matron. 



T€LEPHONE 1069. 



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J. B. WHITLEY, 

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THE CELEBRATED 

Mm MorleiB Breviag Co.'s 



CINCINNATI 



Christian 
Morlein 

Brewing | 
Company 




^ B E E R^ 

BOTTLISG H'ORKS: 

Cor. Marietta and Means Sts., 

TELEPHONE 348. 



ATLANTA. 



GEORGIA. 



tmmimt^tftflui. 




W.R.JONES&Ca. 

TIlJlWIEimS. 

Manufacturers of Ornament»T 

Galvanized Iron Cornices, Caps, 

Finals, etc. Ventilators and 

Sky Lights a Specialty. 



Shop and Yard, >A averly Place. 



j^-^Jobbintr Promptly attended to 

Jjy^ Estimates rheerfully Given 

10 LOYD STREET. 

ATLANTA, fc^A. 



W. 0. MINTER, 

Practical * Plumbing, 

Ste^m AND Gas Fitting. 



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



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C. E. RILEY cSb CO. (late Ri- 
ley 4 Gray'. BOSTON. 
HOWARD&BULLOUGH'S 
Cotton Machinery. 



LANG & JACOB'S Oil Cabi 
nets, Tanks, Vats Etc 

Manuiactucert 

BROWN & LANG'S Pateat i 

Movable Lease fiod. 1 



E. LANG & CO. 

/T\ill Supplies aipd /T\a^^ip^ry. 

Officb 48 Wall St. P. O.BoxfiK 
ATLANTA, GA, 

MILL SUPPLIES OF £VERY DE- 
SCRIPTION. 



All kinds of Machinery Fittings, Arbors, Shell rolls, Fluted rolls, Loom Bprins^s, 
Pickers, Forks, Straps, Metalic Lease Rods, Harnesses, Reeds, etc.. Spindle and Flyer Re- 
pairs, Babbitt Metal, Card Clothing, Card Tools, Hand Cards, Emery and Emery Fillett, 
Sand Paper, Burlaps, Roi)es, Twine. Starch, Sizing and Finishing Compounds, Leather and 
Rubber Belting, Belt Dressing, Hooks, Laces, Hose,Bobbins,Spools,Shuttle8,Brushes,Trav- 
elers. Spindle Step Pumps, Glues, Grease, Paints, Oils, Packing, Roofing, Baling and 
toilet Paper, Crayons, Roller Leather, Slasher and Roller Cloths, Watchmen's Time De- 
tectors, etc 



Deliveries made direct from manufactur- 
ers if ordered in large quantities. 

F. M. JACK, AGT. 

Steam = Bakery 

I And Manufacturer of 

IMPERIAL CREAM BREAD. 



Crackers, Candy, Cakes, Etc. 



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Tra vers Bro thers Co. 

107 DUAME STREET AND 16 THOMAS ST., K. Y. 



MANTFACTrRERS 



Pure Manilla^ancJ Sisal Rope, 

Liberty Sea Island Twines, 

Oriental Fancy Drug Twines, 
Peerfess Sash Cords, 
Mexican Hannmocks and Attachments, 
Silver Lake Braided Cords, 

Twines of every kind. 



Largest Factory of its kind in the U. S. 



Factories — West 51ST and West 5 2d Sts., New York. 

BOORUM & PEASE, 

' 5TflNb/IRb ' 

PLflMK^D00K5. 



ABSOLUTELY FULL COl'NT. 



U.S.GOVESNMENT, 

STANDARD 
PAPER MEASURE, 

""' 24 SHEETS make 
1 QUIRE, 
20 QLTRES(or 480 Sheets) 
make 1 REAM. 




BOORUM & PEASE, 

STANDARD 

BLAM/C BOOK MEASURE 

25 SHEETS (100 p. p.) 

make 1 QUIRE, 

1 SHEET makes 4 PAGES, 

20 QUIRES or 
500 Sheets make 1 REAM. 



Blank Books— of every kind ami for ever>- pur]iose— l^"^*"^*^' educational, household 
and i>ersonal, rea<ly made and made to onler. Albums— Domestic, Photograph, Auto- 
graph and_Scrap Albu ms. L arge assortment . Letter Copying Books— Great variet y. 
Padsand Tablets— Every grade, size'and variety.; 

For Sale by S.|P.|RICHARD8 & SON, Atla nta, Ga ., 



and firit-class Statirners everywhere. 



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BEFORE t m5URIWQ i TOUR i LIFE 

INVESTIGATE 

THE LIFE RA TE ENDOWMENT PLAN 



oF^ o'me: 



Union Central Life Insurance 



By this Plan not only are the dependent ones pro- 
vided for in case of death, but provision for the 
later years of the insured himself is made, if 
he lives. ^ \ 

The people are demanding this kind of insurance, so that all the leading 
companies are endeavoring to give them policies that contain at least some 
of the principles of our plan. But there is no plan yet so simple as the 
Life-Rate Endowment, such as the Union Ci-?^tkal has been issuing for 
so many years past. 

We simply charge the ordinary life rate, the same as charged by this or 
any other company ; the policy-holder pays the same amount each year, the 
dividends with all the accumulations remaining with the Company to the 
credit of each policy. In other words, we keep an individual account, in 
a business way, with each policy, taking the premiums paid, and all its 
share of interest and all profits of every description, and from this deduct- 
ing each policj-^'s share of the death losses and expenses, and when the 
policy has become self-sustaining, or when the policy has become matured, 
we pay it in full. 

We never make any partial settlements: our policies, whether paid at 
death or maturity, are paid in full for the whole amount insured. It is not 
every one who can afford to pay the high rate charged by the different com- 
panies, but any one can afford to pay the ordinary life-rate for a policy, 
either with limited payments or otherwise, so our Life-Rate Endowment 
Policies are within the reach of all, and there is no other company in 
the field that issues a policy of the same kind that will be paid in full as 
an Endowment in the same time, and at the same price, nor one in which 
the profits are so large. ; 



T. H. P. BLOOli WORTH. 



17 1-2 MARIETrA STRERT. 



Oeneral Agent. 






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The Atlantic ^opks, 

INCORPORATED 1853, 

60 to 76 Border St., East Boston, Mass. 



BUif^DCfiS OF 




s. Tow Boats 



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Marine Engines, Boilers, Tanks and General Machinery. 



Mannfactnrers of the ^^DOOLEY PAPER CUTTERS." 



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HANUFACTURERS OF 



Fine Memorandums 



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BLANK BOOKS 

OF EVERY DESCRIPIION. 



CORRESPONbENCE 50LKITEb. 



New York falesrooms— 76 Duane Street. 



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HOPE NURSERIES, 




29 EEU7 STREET, Eear Fair Street School, 

ATLAKTA, GA. 

Mr. « Mrs. M. P. Galceran, Props. 



Beddixg and Greenhouse Plants 
IN Great Pbofusion. 



Lar|c Variety ef Pot Plants 

AND SHRUBBERY 

Cut Flowers, Decorations, Bouquets and Baskets for Enter- 
tainments and Funerals Arrang^ed to Order. 

.These beautiful and productive nurseries are of easy ■access, on the Fair Street 
Dnmniy I.me, and all lovers of floriculture should not fail to pav them a visit, as it is one 
of the handsomest jrardens in Atlanta, teeminjr with almost even- varietv of flowers and 
shrubbery. < )ne of the noted wonders of this garden is the large* Marchel Neil Rose Vine, 
which fnmi one bush fonns an arbor 26x34 feet, flllingr one entire hot house, and from 
which between seven and eight thousand buds have been gathered at one croi>. 

TWO NEW HOT HOUSES RECENTLY BUILT. 



Angfier * House, 



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97 CAPITOL SQUARE. 



One of the highest and most desirable locations in the city, 
overlooking the State Capitol grounds. Pure air and a good 
breeze. The choicest fare and your wants zealously attenJfed 
to. Just the place to live and feel at home. 



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Piano. 



Unexcelled in Power and Singing Qualities of Tone, 

Pr£cision.and Delicacy of Touch, Finish, Durability 
and Every Quality Requisite in a First-Class Piano. 

S. p. I^ie[)ard5 9 509. ^^'^ /^^epts. 

Atlanta, Georgia 



EBERHARI) FABER, 



SOLE AGENT FOR 



A. W.Faber's Leal Fencils. 



M.\NrF.\(Tl"RKRS OP 



Penholders, Rulers, Rubber Bands, Erasers, 

TRflQINQ QLOTH. 



545 & 547 Pearl St., N. Y. 

141 <Si 143 Wabash Ave., Chicago 



FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. 



The information for this Directory was all written with *• FABER No. 2," which 
years of exi»€rienceha8 proved to be the best pencil for such use. 



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Carriage ^ Wagon Works 

AND FIRST-CLASS PAINTING. 



:Bi^ivcK:sivi:i'rn:iivo 



All kinds of REPAIRING and First-Glass HORSESHOEING 



60-62 North Broad Street. 



CARL HENTSCHEL, 



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Dealer in Imported and Domestic 



Wines, Brandies, Whiskies, 

AND OTHER LIQUORS. 



Fresh BEER Always on Draught. 



Fine Tobacco and Gigaps. 



80 Decatur Street, Atlanta, Ga. 



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Fairfield Paper Co., 

- 1 FAIRFIELD, MASS. 
Manufacturers of the following well known 



PAPERS 



Woronoco Bond. 

Woronoco Linen Ledger. 
Fairfield First Quality Linen. 

Typewriter Bonds and Linens. 



High Grade Box Papers. 



WILLI An TONK & BRO., 

rianufacturers and Importers of every kind of 

Musical ^ Merchandise 



The Edwin Guitars, Sterling Banjos, 
Euterpe Band Instruments, 
Emmet Professional Harmonicas, 
Beau Ideal Violin Strings. * 



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



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Mm m UM urn go., 

DENNIS & HYDE, AUanta Agents, 



19 WHEAT STREET, 



Y. M. C. A. BUiLDINO 



L, R. DENNIS', General Anient for the United States^ 

19 WHEAT STREET. 



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WHAT THE DOCTORS SAY: 



" It gives me great pleasure to report that the water from the Como 
Lithia Spring is the best Lithia Water I have ever tried I do not hes- 
itate to give it my highest endorsement. 

Respectfuly Yours, 

C. M. Paine, M. D. 

Also endorsed by Dr J. J. Lawshe, Drs. A vary, Hicks, and others. 



For Cure of Dyspepsia, Indii^estion, Kidney, Liver* Bladder 
Complaints, Hheumatism and Rhematic Complaints. 



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No. 49 West Hunter Street. 

Cures Contracted Feet, Corns, Split l.oofs, Quavter Cracks, Thrush find 
Stop Interfering, and keeps the Feet in good h ealthy Condition, 
by a practical and skillful style of shoeing. All work 
gets my special attention I have in con- 
nection a Repair Shop for the accom- 
modation of my customers. 

All Kinds of Repair Work Promptly Done. 



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3 THE POPULAR THREE 3 

star of Bethlehem— Bv J. H. Hall ami J. H. Ruebush, Assisted by A. S. Kieflfer. 

A line collection of Church Tunes, Anthems, Choruses antl Glees. Contains IKJ t5»»«rch 
mnes, >S pages of class songs, 70 Sunday-sclKM.l s.mgs, :J2 pages of anthems. Fme 
Rudiiiiental Statements. ll»2 pages. 75 cents i>er copy ; .^.-'iO per dozen. 



New Starry Crown.— By Aldine S. Kieffer. . ,- , 

This book contains 128 pages, with Ru«liments of Music attached. It has proven itself 
to li one of the most popular Sunday-schm>l music books that hiis ever left the press, i 
Thirty cents i>er coi»y ; Sa.OO i>er dozen. ^ 

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Triune Hymnal.— For Congregational Worship and Sabbath Schools. | 

A collection of H^^nns common alike to the Methodist, Treslnterian and Baptist 
hvmnals, wedded to appropriate church music. Suitable for all denominations , 128 
pages, bound in boards. Trice per copy, 30 cents ; i»er dozen, .53.00 ; postpaid. 

Si^ecial rates on all the above books to teachers and .-Agents. Write for confidential 
price list. Correspondence solicited. A<ldress 

The Ruebush-Kieffer Go., Dayton, Va. 

^f- WRITE FOR FREE SAMPLE COPY OF MUSICAL MILLION. 



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Palmer's ^ Patent * Hammocks. 




mOFACM^SY I. E. PALMER, Middleton. Cohh. 



ALSO MANUFACTURE 



CriEok Linings, \M Ivii, Falnsr's \M Pulleys, k 

Illustrated Catalogue and Price List will be sent to the trade only, •n application. 



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G. B. PARKER & CO 



Formerly the O. H. Irby Horse Shoeing: Co. 



Practical Horse Shoers. 




We Employ Nothingr 
but 







We use Hand-Made Shoes 
for all of our finest work. All 
work receives our personal 

ATTENTION — therefore we 
guarantee perfect satisfaction. 



31 SoDtb Forsttli Street. 



Anderson Doke, 

THE OLD RELIABLE 





aad Macliinerjr Uover. 




Office : Basement West Alabama a&d Broad Sts. 

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3oot * and + Shoe + leaker. 




GUARANTEES ALL FITS 

AND 

PERFECT SATISFAGTION. 



am at my old stand, 
where I have been for 18 
years. If you desire any- 
thing in my line, call and 
see me at 



22 Whitehall St., (Under James Bank) Atlanta. 



Work forwardeil to any place by Express or as desired 



^p" The FirsfColored Undertaker who Graduated from the Clark School of Embalming 

in Creorgia 




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FUNERALS and everything pertaining thereto conducted in a strictly first- 
class manner. I guarantee the Perfect Preservation of all bodies 

Embalmed in my establishment. 



Sealer in FQIE CASf CIS, CSFFQIS ud EOfiGS of Ereiy Oesniption. 



12 FIEbnSNT /IVENME. 



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G,' S, RKU8GHEPERG HO, ! 

BUTCHERS: 

DEALERS IN FINE I 

Tennessee Beef, Fork, Mon and Hannfacltrers of Sausage. 



<r^YOaR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.N 

133 Whitehall Street 
Telephone 466. KTL-7^NT7^, C7^. 




J.M.GRAY, 



HOneOfflTHK 

l/eterinary Silrgeon, 

ATLANTA, CA. 



Resider ce 1 76 fry St 

Office, M^. 0. Jonei, 
59 & 61 S.Forsyth St 



Manufacturer of Pollard's Patent Horse and Mule Feed. 




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RECENTLY FROM PARIS. 



The Latent SWl*?- 'S^?* Pi*- ' * 

Universal §a{i5factton ©Viaranteed. 



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NICK HOLMES, 

Booi^ - and - Shaeinal^er, 

GUARANTEES ALL WORK, 

61 S- Broad St-, 

ATLANTA, CA. 



Also a Full Line of 



STAPLE AND FANCY 
GROCERIES AND COUNTRY PRODUCE, 

207 WEST MITCHELL STREET. 



Wivs. Wi. Sugapnaan, 
ORNAMENT AL ^ HAIR * WORKER 

Ladiej' anel ©Ijilclpen'j Hair • ' • 

« » I ©ut, Te)i»e55ed and ^l^ampooed. 



Wigs and all Kinds of Hair-WorKMade to Order. 

40i WHITEHALL STREET, 

•!-TliB Ladies' Tailor SMtem— Lsssons Given Free-!- 



*DRESS MAKINGS 

CnttiDg M FittiDS Laflies' M CWlflren's Dresses, ' 

Mourning and Traveling.Suits Made on Short Notice. 

PAPER PATTERNS CUT AND FIT FOR 50c. 



ROOM 14, SECOND FLOOR, CHAMBERLIN A JOHNSON ?. _ nflnntn Cnf^nTdin 
BUILDING, WHITEHALL STREET. I .t 1 Li Va i | LVU, Vy^WiyiVa. 



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H^Ps. n]. E. H]agillj 



48 E. HUNTER ST. . . ATLANTA, GA. , 

Drders frnm a distancB pramptly altendEd 
tn and satisfactinn HuarantEed. j :^ 



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A rirsl-Class Taoilj Hotel 

Everything New. Rooms delightful 
and elejrantly furnished. ^ 

Accommodations strictly First-Class, 
and prices_reasonable. ' 

L. M. DIMICK,' Proprietor. 

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Publishers and Stereotypers. 

114, 116 and 1 1 8 Loyd St. 

ATLANTA, GA. 

"Badicz and (Shildpen'2 *Dpe22e2 

fO^ade on Shopt Dotice. 

^PAPER PATTERNS CUT AND FIT^^ 

4th Floor Hirsch Building. 



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VobUI Ws mianp Sciesliic Tailor Syslem. 

Prof. O. H. de Lamokton, Inventor. Prof. J. W. Parker, Gen. Southern Agent. 

No Fitting of Garments with this System. 

Simplest and Easiest Taught System in the World. • 

JONeS 5^ PKRKeR, 



Mrs. E. J. Jones and Mrs. J. W. Parlcer. 

70^ WHITEHALL STREET. j 

DRESSES ^ TV^KDE ^ WITH 4- OR - WITHOUT 4- SER7«^S. 



MISS M. L. ASHTON, Manager. 



©pnamenl'al ISaip CTopk|p, 

Ladiei' and CMldren's Hair Out, Tressed and Shampooed. 



LADIES' AND GENTS' WIGS MADE TO ORDER, ' 

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Memento Hair Work a Specialty. 
55 1-2 Whitehall Street, - - - ATLANTA, GEdRGIA, 



WILLIAM FINCH, 





Mo. 7 Marietta St., 



Cor. Peachtree, 



ATLANTA, 



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Cutting, Making, Cleaning and Repairing 

Done with Neatness and Dispatch. 






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CHARLES A. BREEN, 



HENRY SIMMONS. 



THOS. H.J. MILLER, 



PRESIDENT. 



VICE PRESIDENT. 



SECY. A TREAS. 



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leriflrFiaisUtalrslanliilsJests. 

AND. ALL KINDS OF 

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- R, S. BRAMLETT, J 

Fruits, - Confectio neries - and - Fancy - Groceries. 

I Pure Ice Cream a Specialty. -— j 

?• = ___- .= -Fine Cigars and Tobaccos. ^ 

77 PEACHTREE STREET. 



Te/epZipne 670. 



JOHN M. SMITH, 



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Established 
I870. 




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LARGEST FACTORY 
IN THE STATE. 



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Cut Rates on Stoves. 

KEEP YOUR 




ON YOUR DOLLAR. , 

Don't buy any stove j^aranteea 
one year until you see the 

MfeMPHI. ' -,„ 
It is iniaranteed five years, rne 
only perfect system of ventila- 
tion . We are also sole agents for 
the celebrated Southern Queen 
Wt Steel Itange for hotels, board- 
ing houses and private families. 

for sale only by the Memphi 
Stove Co., Manufacturere of 
stoves, wholesale and retail ocat- 
ers in stoves and house furnish- 
ing goods. , „. _,. 

Don't be deceived Sign Big 
Eve on canvas. 93 Whitehall St. 
Heaters from $1.25 up. Tin Sets 
from $1.25 up. Coal vases from 
$1 . 50 up. Everything in pronor- 
tion. -All goods marked m plain 
figures. Fair dealing is our 
motto. ^ -- 

Memphi Stove Co.. 

B. A. WILLIAMS, Proprietw. 

E. S. OOOSWnr, Xa&ager. 



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No. 60 South Broad Street, 



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Wholesale and Retail Manufacturer of Fine Hand -Made 

SHDDl-eS KND HHRNESS. 

Dr. C. R. Jolly, 

GRADUATE UNIVERSITY OF PENN. 

Veterinary @ Surgeon. 




14 LOYD STREET. 

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TELEPOHE 219. 



iGKTE OITY= 



Carpet Cleaning, Laying and Upholstering Co. 

WIMBERLY & JOHNS. PROPR'S.. 

275H MARIETTA ST., - - ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

TELEPHONE 317. 

Manufacturers of Tents, Awnings, Etc. 

Carpets Cleaned and Laid. Furniture Repaired and Polished. 

Mattresses Renovated. All work done promptly at Reasonable Charges. 








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ARCHITECTS, 



Grant Building:, 
ATLANTA, GEOROIA. 



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WorKs, Churches. Schools. Colleges 
Court Houses and Jails. 



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ATLANTA CITY MARBLE WORKS. 

A. S. ROB1P||^^S, Pronnefor. 




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JOSEPH A. LEStrEUR. 



NILES A. RUNGE. 



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ARCHITECTS. 

A^ OLD CAPITOL BUILDING, 

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Atlanta, Ga. 



^^ test mr)l firjesf ^rc^ilecfupal v^^r^ «^«>r,c., cai)(i SupeFit,- 
ier)cler)ce at tl)e ncjest reaserjaUe prices. 



Call and see their work. They Guarantee Satisfaction. 



JOHN C. BLACKBURN, 

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Furnace, Tile Setting, Foundation, Stack Work and 

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Concreting a Specialty. 



Room T48. Eq uit able Biailding. 



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REFERENCES: 






Chas. H. Willcox, Southern Agpnt Harrison Safety Boiler Co., of 
Philadelphia, Pa.; Judge George Hillyer Atlanta, ^^' 1^1?? Mff Co" 
Atlanta, Ga.; Crystal Ice Co.. Atlanta, Ga. Geo. W. Scott Mfg. Co., 
Atlanta Ga. The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta, «,^-5 Atlanta Cottop 
Seed Oil Co., Atlanta, Ga. ; Hunnicutt & Bel ingrath Co., Atlanta, Ga,, 
Chattahoochee Brick Co., Atlanta, Ga.; Sciple i^ons, Atlanta Ga J. K. 
Dinwiddle, Chicago; East Atlanta Land Co, Atlanta, Ga, Oscar P. 
Lewis, Chief Engineer, Equitable Building; Guimarin & Engles, Atlanta, 
Ga.; VVingate & Mell, Atlanta, Ga. ' 



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P1TTA\AN & CO., 

F. A. PITTMAN, Proprietor. 

CONTRACTORS AMD BUILDERS. 




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Rough and Dressed Lumber, Mouldings, Brackets, Etc. 



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OiTE 1040. 



Office and Yard Cor. Hunter and Thompson Sts. 

D. WOODWARD, Prea't. W. B. DISBRO, Sec. & Treaa. WILL HAIGHT, Atfy. 

WOODWARD LUMDER CO., 

Who/esa/e Dealers and Shippers of 

LU/nBGR. 



MANXJFACTUBEBS OF 



Doors, 5ash, Blinds, Etc. 

Hardwood Interior Finish, Mantels, Mouldings, 
Brackets and Stair Work, Window and Door Frames. 



°" V.;2:7ni .nd Yard. ButlcF StFect, Ga. Railroad. 

©BLBPHONB RO. 69, piPLANTA, GBOF^GIA. 



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G. ^A/. FOOTE, 

Practical Architect ^ SupGrintEndent. 

Plans and Specifications Made for all Classes of Buildings. 

Both Public and Private. 

S/ITISFASTION BUAR^HTEED- 



I am a Practical Man, and can make your Plans so that the cost 
will not go over amount you wish to put in Building 

Atlanta, Ga. 

TELEPHONE 751 



56 Inman Bailding, 





Plans andlSpeciflcaUons for Building* Furnished onApplioaUon. 



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J. S, BROOMHEAD. 



G. T. STREET. 



BROOMHEAD & STREET, 

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ATLANTA. 



GBOKGIA. 



Estimates for Brick and Frame Buildings 

Furnished on Application. 



Ceo. H. Holliday. Pres. 



J. C. Crankshaw. Secy. 



G. H. HOLLIDAY LUMBER CO. 

Wholesale Dealers and Shippers of 

LUMBER. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



DeoRS, §>ASH, Blinds, Etc. 

Hardwood Interior Finish, Mantels, Mouldings, 

Bl^AGI^BIlS ANOSTAII^ttJOI^I^. 05IND0W AND DOOI^ Fl^AMES. 



*^ Wareroom and Tard, 160 PBICrS Str66t. 



*Pelepl)or)e r/o. ^@S. 



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Arcbitect & Superipteodept. 

PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS 

For all classes of work, both public and private, at low- 
est possible rates, consistant with first-class work. 
Being a Practical Mechanic myself 1 know the builders' 
trade and can give you the exact cost of your building 
in advance, and can make your plans to meet the out- 
lay you contemplated. I superintend all my work, and 
o-uarantee satisfaction in every particular. 
Charges reasonable in all cases. 

No CHARGE for PRELIMINARY STUDY. 

R. L. JONES, 

80 Mangum St., Atlanta, Ga. 



BUILDINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

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44 S. PryorSt., Atlanta, Ga. 



Cabinet \¥ork and 



Furniture Repairing. 



OFFICE AND STORE FITTI\G. 



J. A. CORBALLY. 



126 UrilVDSOR STREET. 




Superintendent Public and Private Buildings. 



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DONE HND SUPERINTENDENCE, HT THE 
- MOST REflSONHBLE PRICES. 



CHARLES W. SAMPLER, 

44i Marietta Street. Residence, 219 Irwin. 

Contracting Painter 

AND HARD OIL FINISHER. 

Rine r9Ui»r)ifupc r\epaiFC(2l ai l\esider)ces. 



LARGE BUILDINGS 



WHERE STAGING IS REQUIRED 
A SPECIALTY 



WILL PO WORK ANYWHERE IN THE STATE. 

GOOD PAY, GOOD WORK. CHEAPEST in tbe END. 

WILL NOT USE SHODDY STUFF AT ANY PRICE. 



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Hotels, Residences and Factories Equipped with Electric Eells, 
Lights and Watchman Time Detectors. 

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B. C. MITCHELL. 



M. G. PABKEB. 



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DEALERS IN 



LU/^BeR. 

Laths, Shingles, Etc. 

38 J Marietta St., cor. Simpson. 



TELEPHONE 332. 



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Contractor and Builder 



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86 Pcacbtrce Street, Jupctioo Broad, 



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ROOM MOULDING .»' PRESSED GOODS 

A SPECIALTY. 
TELEPHONE 1093. ATLAJiTA. GA. 

Uiitt is lelM 

COMPANY, 

Cooking & Heating Stoves ^ 

Monitor Wrought iron Barges. 

!^Stfll^^« MANTELS 

Club Houw Orates, Plain and Enam- 
elled Grat»>f . Tile Fi'cings. Tile Hearths. 
AT FACTORY PRI E8 




Sa^nit&ry Plun^bers, Stei^n) 
9^f}^ Ca^s Fitters. 






ARCHITECTURAL GALVANIZED IRON 
WORKERS 4 TIN ROOFERS. 

Agents for Knowles' Steam Pumps, 
Duiining's Boilers, Morris & Task- 
ers's Wrought Iron Pipe for steam, 
gas and water, Climax Gas Engines, 

And dealers in Steam Fitters' and 
Plumbers' Brass Goods, Bath Tubs, 
Wash Basins, Marble Slabs, Water 
Closets, Steves, Ranges, Hot Water 
Boilers, Furnaces, Marbleized Iron 
and Slate Mantels, Gas Fixtures, 
Pumps, Rubber Hose, etc. 

Plans and Specifications furnished 
on Application. 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co. 
52*54 Peachtree St., Atlanta,Ga. 



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ARTISTIC pUIiNITURE, 

INTERIOR - DECORATIONS - OF - PLASTER, 

44 Courtland Avenue, ** 



Awards with Medals ami Diplomas at Piedmont Exposition. 1890 and 1891; Vienna 
Exposition, 1873; Treviso Exposi ion. 1871 : Academy of Art, Milano, 18G2 

and 1863; Rovigo Exposition, 1879. 



JOHN F. STEINHAUER, 

Plurnbipg, 

STEAM, GAS FITTING 

AND SEWER WORK. 





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GALVANIZED IRON CORNICE WORK. 



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:TELEPHONE 486: 



96 WHITEHALL STREET, ATLANTA, GA. 



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GENERAL II REPAIR! SHOP 





Orders for Cabinet and' Carpenter Work of all kinds receive 

prompt attention. ^ 

Store-fronts, Store and Office Fixtures a Specialty. 

A TRIAL order' AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 



73* S. Broad Street, 



ATLANTA,GA. 



FULTON LUMBER CO. 

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 

SflSH. DOORS. BLINDS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE. 

riantels, Door and Window Frames. 



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Interior and Exterior Finish, 

M M M M Mouldings, Ornaments, Etc. 

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Telephone 1045. cor. Mitchell & mangum sts., 

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111 SOUTH FORSYTH ST.. 



Atlanta, 



Georgia. 



e. ♦ R. ♦ SNYDER, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



's Pat. Inside Sliding Blinds 

THE BEST AND CHEAPEST 
INSIDE BLIND IN THE WORLD. 

Improved Venetian Blind and Per- 
fection Sliding Screens. \. 

HYDRAULIC PRESS BRICK. 

LIME, 
.^ CEMENT 

And other Building Material. 

Send for Catalogue ^ 

A nd Price-Lists. 
No Hinges. W^orks like a Sash. 

Telephone 791. No. 41 Hortli Broad St., Atlanta, Ga. 








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fARS. G. H. eDBRRf\RD, AAAN/VGER. 

A H igli Claris Feoiily Hotel. 

Soutl^v^cst Corner WclicP and Cone Sis. - AtldDtd, GeOFgia. 



George E. Hoppie, 



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5treet Railway Properties, 

Real Estate Securities, 
Industrial Syndicates. 

Brown Building, 2-4 S. Broad. 



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Coufaiuing an Alphabetical List of Business Firms and Private 
Citizens, A Directory of the City and County O/fici^rs, 
Churches, Public and Private Schools, BenevO' 
lent. Secret and other Societies and \ 

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Associations, etc, etc, [ 



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Imppoved Stfeet Guide of the City.: 



VOLUME XVII. 

PUBLISHED BY 

EI. a-. S-i^TJn^ZDEIB, 

SECRETARY ATLANTA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 
Chamber of Commeree Bnildini^. 



S. P. RICHARDS & SON, Sales Agents, 

37 WHITEHAI^L STREET. 



CONSTITUTION PUBLISHING COMPANY, PRINTERS, 

1893. 



Kuterc'l Acrordiiig to Act of Congress in the year 189:5 by H. G. Saunders, at Washington, D. C, in the 

office of the Librarian of Congress. 



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INTRODUCTION. 



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THE seventeenth volume of the Atlanta City Directory is submitted' 
to the severe and searching test to which it will be daily exposed, 
with a confidence acquired by th« experience of years. The facts - 
related have been obtained by an interview with every adult resident 
of the city, and the work and the data it contains are of vital im- 
portance to the public. Extensive and expensive preparation aie 
necessary for the successful publication of a directory for a city like 
Atlanta, together with a thorough knowledge of every locality withm 
and adjacent to the city, and the cultivation of habits of observation 
by the entire force engaged on the canvass and compilation, is indis- 
pensible. A properly prepared Directory is far more than .a mere 
catalogue of the names, addresses and occupations of citizens. It is 
a historic record, in detail, of a city's progress and is frequently used 
by those making investment in, or contemplating removal to a 
strange city, for the purpose of satisfying themselves as to the 
measure of prosperity such a city enjoys, and what the future is 
likely to develop for it. Recognizing these facts, T have used every 
endeavor and spared no expense in making this work a complete 
exhibit of the Atlanta of to-day. 

The result of the census taken in connection with the work is, to 
me, somewhat disappointing, numbering only 104,421— an increase of 
about 2,001) during the past yeiir. This is a smaller percentage of in- 
crease than has been shown in any single year in the past half decade, 
and is accounted for in a arreat measure by the removal of the head- 
quarters of the Richmond & Danville Railroad system, the demolition 
by fire of the Glassworks, and similar calamities, which, however, 
have been more than c >unterbalanced by the influx of strangers. The 
building operations of the city have been larger than in any other 
one year of her history. Over a thousand buildings have been 
erected, among them the Equitable, building, which is the most 
complete office building in the South, the Inman building just 
completed, and the Grant building remodelled, rank with the first- 
class office buildings of any metropolitan city. The Aragon Hotel 
closely follows the Equitable building in architectural beauty and 
perfect appointments. The new Emery block, the new Mitchell 
building, the new Police ..Station, the new Fire Department head- 
quarters, the new Forsyth street bridge, the new Opera Plouse, new 
Concordia building, new Home of the Friendless, new Medical Col- 
lege, Grady Hospital, new Telephone building, new Baptist Church, 
new Coker building, the new Waterworks, and many other enter- 
prises, all represent enormous expenditures and were commenced 
or completed within the year 1892. 

The city is in a better condition to-day, and its prospects are more 
favorable than at any other period of its existance. On every hand is 
ample evidence of material advancement and prosperity. In a II lines 
of business, both wholesale and retail, there has been a regular and 
healthy growth, and our merchants, manufacturers and professional 
men are all far in advance of what they were a few years ago. Look 
upon the stately buildings which now grace our business thorough- 
fares, and are excelled for size, architectural grandeur and beauty of 
finish by no city of similar size ; or^take a walk through our resi- 
dence districts and view the numerous magnificent dwellings with 
their elegantly improved grounds, which attract attention in every 
direction, or consider the advances made in railway facilities, rapid 
transit lines, bridges, streets, sidewalks and suburban improvements, 



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and it is clearly seen that Atlanta has developed^marvelously in the 
past few years. Fewer idle people have been found than in any 
S?evious year since 1887, and all those emplo.ved are evidently 
Sng good wag.s, for 'their homes have all the indications 
of comfort and contentment. The business men are doing well, and 
many are enlarging their premises and . extending their operations 
aJfd building, or have contracted to build, new and commodious 

structures of their own. i. • ^k^ ,.ofr/Mn«o-A 

One of the best evidences of a prosperous city is the patronage 
accorded to its City Directory, and in this particular, as in fjl others, 
Atlanta is preeminent. In thanking my subscnbers for their very 
liberal encouragement and assistance, I have also the knowledge that 
the labor and painstaking care necessary to produce the work La\e 
been appreciated. ^ ^ 8AUXDERS. 



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Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 31st, 1892 



ATLANTA, SE0RSIA, 1593. 



Atlanta was incorporated as a city in 1847, and has been the 
Capital of the State of Georgia since 1868. It is the county seat 
of Fulton county, and is the largest and most important city in the 
State; is loi miles northwest of Macon ; 171 miles west of Augusta ; 
167 east of Birmingham, Alabama, and 138 south of Chattanooga, 
Tennessee. Population in i860, 9»555; i" ^^70, 21,788; in 1880, 
37,499, and in 1893, 104,421 ; about one-third of these are negroes. 
It is an important railway center, and very appropriately termed 
the ' 'Gate City, of the South. " Nine railroads center here. They 
are the "Central," the "Georgia," the ''Richmond & Danville,'' 
the "Atlanta & West Point" and "Western Railway of Alabama," the 
''Georgia Pacific," the "Western & Atlantic" and the "Nashville,^ 
Chattanooga & St. Lous," the "East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia," 

the "Georgia, Carolina & Northern," and the "Atlanta &: Florida." 
There are ninety-four miles of street railways— seventy-three elec- 
tricity, eighteen dummy and three horse-car. Atlanta lies 1,085 
feet above the sea level and is built upon hilly ground, and occu- 
pies the highest point or dividing ridge between the Gulf on the 
west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east. The city is laid out in 
the form of a circle, about three and three-quarter miles in d^jime- 
ter, the Union Passenger Depot being the pivotal point. L. P. 
Grant Park, about two miles from the depot, contains fine drives, 
lakes, etc. The Piedmont Driving Park, located about the same 
distance in the northern part of the city, is also a very popular 
resort for its members. The principal public buildings are the 
. State Capitol, the Court House, the United States Custom House, 



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Fire Department Building, Police Headquarters, and the Cham- 
ber of Commerce Building. There are also some unusually fine 
Office and Church buildings and College structures. The prin- 
cipal manufactories consist of three large Cotton Mills, four large 
Furniture Factories, two Cotton Seed* Oil Mills, a Brewery, four 
Manufactories of Fertilizers, thirteen Planing Mills, two Coffin 
Factories, a Bridge and Iron Works; in addition to which, Carri- 
ages and Wagons, Hats, Stoves, Soap, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, 
Elevators, Optical Goods, Brick, Marble, Spring Beds, Wire 
Goods, Pianos, Matches, Tools, Ink, Ice, Stained Glass, Engines 
and Boilers, Iron Fence, Excelsior, Cutlery, Chemicals, Railroad 
Cars, Packing Boxes, Baking Powder, Harness, Patent Medicine, 
Trunks, Tin-ware, Tobacco ai\d Cigars, Glass, Show Cases, Terra 
Cotta, Saws, Paints and Varnishes are also manufactured to a con- 
siderable extent. There are also two large Railway Shops located 
in the city. The business of <he city amounts to $140,000,000. 
annually, exclusive of $30,000,600 produced by the various manu- 
factories. The total valuation of property, real and personal, is 
$78,760,000; actual value from one-half to two-thirds more. 
Twenty-one banking establishments, with a total capital of 
$5»5oo>ooo» do the business here; two of the number beincj 
National Banks, deposits $9,000,000. The city is governed 
by a Mayor and board of twelve Councilmen and six Alder- 
men. The police force consists of i4imen, including officers, 
and are under the control of the Board of Commissioners. The 
Fire Department consists of eighty-three men, three steamers, 
four hose wagons, three hook and ladder trucks, about 16,000 feet 
of hose and a chemical. The Public School System, established 
in the year 1872, is regarded as nearly perfect as an educational 
system of any city can be. There are nineteen Public School 
buildings, with a seating capacity of 8,500; 120 teachers, to whom 
$65,000 is annually paid in salaries. , The private educational 
institutions consists of four Medical Colleges, a Dental College, 
Law College, four Young Ladies' Seminaries and two Collegiate 
institutions for boys. The Georgia State Technological School has 
recently been erected here, and is engaged in a grand sphere of 
usefulness. In addition to this -are six large institutions for the 
education of colored men and women. Ninety-eight Church edi- 
fices are in existence, comprising * all the recognized sects; two 
libraries, the Young Men's Library and the State Library, together 
boast about 30,000 volumes. Thirty-five miles of Atlanta's streets 
are paved entirely with belgian block,' and the city is lighted by 
electricity. Aggregate financial transactions of Atlanta Post office 



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for last year, $2,871,271.46. Atlanta's Clearance-house business, 
average $4,000,000 per week. Atlanta is the second largest hofsc- 
and mule market in the world, last year's business amounting to- 
$5 462,500. Atlanta's new Water Works cost $500^000. Water- 
brought from the Chattahoochee river, seven miles. One thousand: 
and forty-one new buildmgs erected during 1^92 cost $7,000,000.. 
Atlanta has an unbroken line of RaiU-ays to five So«th Atlantic audi 
four Mexican ports. The climatic advantages permit our merchants 
to carry stocks of merchandise through the summer with safetyv Twa 
hundredard twenty wholesale Mercantile Houses,.with 1,000 travel- 
ers in the Southern States, do an annual business of over $95,000,000.. 
Retail Mercantile Business of over $45,000,000. Six hundred and^ 
thirty-three Manufactories. Capital, $19,190,000^ There lias> 
never been a boom here, and l>oth population and ^alue have 
advanced steadily since the war. Atlanta is within easy reach of» 
coal and iron, and is only a few hours by rail Irom Birmingham^ 
Chattanooga, etc. Climate is excellent the year round, and tbis» 
has helped the growth of the city as much as any one thing. 
Atlanta is the great wholesale distributing point for the Southeast- 
It is also a great manufacturing center, and nevr enterprises arc 
being continually started. The city is built almosi cntirelj of 
brick, and the streets are paved with belgian block. It is a mod- 
ern, pushing, energetic city, and has reac*bed the point when its- 
future is assured. The first settlement on the site now occufMed 
by the city was in 1839. A year or two later the pfed-e was called 
**Terminus." In 1843 it was a town, and had i>ndergone anotber 
change in nomenclature, being then known as "Marthasville." 
In 1847 the name was changed to '*^tlanta." It was the chief 
seat of war from 1861 until the close of the war, and in 1864 was; 
entirely destroyed by the invading army of General Sherman.. 
The city has increased rapidly in wealth and population since. 




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GENERAL INDEX. 



Ali>bal>etioal IJst. . . '^ 
< 'hanger, Removals, etr. 
Business Directory . . . 



Pago 
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Index to Advertiseiueuts 
Miscellaneous Dept. . . 
►Street Directory ... 



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121 



Index Id MfsoBllBneous lnfopii|Bflon. 



Asylums and Hospitals 
Bible Societies .... 
Board of Aldermen . . 
Board of Common Cou 
Board of Education. . 
Board of Health . . . 
Board Police Commiss' 
Board Water (^ommiss' 

i'emeteries 

Chamber of Commerce 

Churches 

City Otticers 

Clubs and Societies . 
i'ounty Ot!icei-s 
Fire Dei)artmeiit . . . 
Judiciary 



ncil 



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Libraries 

Military 

Parks, etc 

Police Department . . 

Post Office 

Public Schools .... 

Railroads 

Relief and Benevolent 
Secret Societies .... 



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Superior < 'ourts. . . . 
Suj>rpme Court .... 
V. S. Dist. and Ct. Court 
U. S. Local Offices 
West End— City Officer 
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1.337 

1338 

1332 

133vS 

1330 

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1351 

1352 

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Academy of the Immaculate 
Conception . . ...... 

Albemarle The . .... #375 

Albert W J »?75 

Albright S A, 

cards in street directory 

Alexander Junius 13(io 

Alexander t^ Willingham, * 



opp 377 



American Trust it Banking 

Co, back cover and .... 355 
Angier Clarence . . bottom. lines 

Angier House 41 

Arlington The 53 

Arnall CS . . ...... 364 

Ash ton Mrs 31 L . . . . . . 5o 

Atl Baggage cV: Cab Co, 

front cover 

Atlanta Baptist Seminary, j. . 35 
Atl Brewing <fc Ice Co. ...'.- 15 
Atl Consolidated Bottling Co, 

. . cards in business' direitorv 
Atl Consolidtd St Ry Co, opp 3ri2 
Atlanta Dairy Co . . . •. oppl 393- 
Atl Employment Agency . . 1257 
Atl Engraving Co. opp . . . 471 



Atlanta Guano Co 14 

Atlanta Law School .... 21 

Atlanta Mn fg Co 5<) 

Atlanta Medical College . . 17 
Atlanta National Bank . . . 355 
Atlanta Newspaper L^nion . 54 
Atl Rubber Stamp and Sten- 
cil Wks sidelines 

Atlanta Traction Co ... 3 
Atlanta Trust & Banking Co, 

side lines and 36<i 

Atlanta Cniversity 29 

Atl Wire & Iron Works 

bottom lines 

Atlanta & Florida R R . . . 115 
Atlanta & West Point R R . 114 
Atl^ptic Electropoifte Co, top 

end and 10 

Atlantic W^orks 4M 

Bacterio Medical Dispensary 7 
Bates G & Co . . . . back cover 

Beatty & Taylor 415 

Behliug AH 417 

Bellamy ML ........ 131() 

Belmont The 74 

Bennett B F 1305 



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Benning A H ....... 421 

3ensel & Hinman ^ 

Bishop J V 8A 

Blackburn John C 63 

Bliem &i.eyh, side lines andl305 



Bloodworth T. H. P., center N Dennison Mfg Co 



lines and • 3^ 

Bluthenthal & Bickart 

top lines 

Booruui & Pease 38 

Brarulett R S 57 

Broom head & Street . 66 and 452 
Brown «&*King Supply Co. 

cards in St Dept 

Bruce & Morgan 61 

Burns Mfg Co 16 

Butler & Chambers, opp • . 470 

Butt & Smoot 73 

Byrd C. P. opp 471 

C. & G. Elef trie Co .... . 2 

Caligraph 13 

Camp Thomas 475 

Campbell, H. B. opp .476 

Capital City Bank, front edge** 

and 350 

Capitol Female College . . 26 

Carlton P V opp 479 

Castleman Humphreys. . • 354 
Chandler <fe Downing . . opp 488 
Chattahoochee Brick Co 

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Delkin A L Co The/' 
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Dennis L R • 45 

Dennis & Hyde .4.5 

Dennis & Roberts* 1316 



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Chicago & Eastern 111 R R 
Church John Co 



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42 

Clark University- 34 

-Clyde Steamship Co . . . . 117 

Cobb T R R, opp 1285 

Cobb & Grant 368 

Cogswell Miss EN.... 1365 

Collier J M 505 

Collins Park <fe Belt R R . . 4 
Commercial Travelers Bank 361 
Consolidated Wagon & Bug- 

^y Co opp 509 

Cooksey & Murphy .... 512 

Cooper & Walker 1370 

Corbally J A opp 66 

Corona Coal Co . . . center lines 
Cox J W 12S4 



Crankshhaw C W . . . opp 520 
Crankshaw J C ♦& Co*. . opp 521 

Crist M Z 1252 

Cronheim H . 524 

Cuesta A L • opp 526 

Cummins B F Co The . ;. . 1354 
Cunningham & Shedden, 

centerlines 

Dahl C A & Co opp 5:30 

Daly W R, opp 1284 

Davis Edwards & Krug 

.5.35 and 1243 

Davis J A J 4;^ 

Davis & Turner 43 

DeGive H L 542 

Delbridge A J . 48 



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*^Detroit Heating & Lighting 

Co, opp 1272 

Deitz Adolph • • 57 

Dixie Baking Powder Co, 

cards in street directory 

Poke Anderson 47 

Domini John 1311 

Dresden The, cards in street 

*. directory 

Dun R G & Co 354 

Dunlap & Hutchins, opp . 1284 

Edwards & Son 1300 

Eiseman Bros, cards in f treet 

.... * directory 

Empire State Bank ..... 367 

Everett Piano . 42 

Everett, W. M .570 

Excelsior Steam Laundry 
bottom lines and ..... 580 

Faber E. .' 42 

Fairfield Paper Co 44 

Farley W B, opp 1285 

Fidelity Mutual Life xVssn 

bottom end and 365 

Field T S 45 and 1274 

Finch Wm 55 

Fischer J A 588 

Fischer & Anderson .... 5S9 

Floyd J B & Co 1367 

Foote G W . . 65 

Foote Mord, opp 1284- 

Foote & Davies Co The, opp 594 
Foster Mrs V A ..... . 54 

Foy Austin ...... .598 

Franklin Publishing House 

. opp 763 

Frazee Orion ........ 600 

. Freyer & Bradley Music Co 

sidelines 

Fritsche & Lehmann, opp . 437 
Fulton Lumber Co, 

side lines and 72 

Fulton Savings Bank ... 361 
Galceran M P & Wife ... 41 
Gammon Theological Sem'ry 28 
Garrow Geo, cards in street 

directory 

GateCity Art Glass Wks . 60 
Gate City Carpet Cleaning Co 58 
Gate City Electric Supply & 

Construction Co 68 

Gate City National Bank, 

front cover 

G. C. &N. R. R 113 

Georgia RR H^ 

Georgia School of Techno 
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Georgia Rubber Co . 
Geter & "Wesley . . 
Glenn L J, opp 
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. opp 615 
. . . 1366 
. . . 1285 

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side lines 
... 724 



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Glenn & Maddox, opp 
Golden Transfer Co . 
Goldsmith P Turner . 
Gordon School .... 
GozaDC, 
. . . cards in business directory 

Graves A . 367 

Graves Elevator Co, opp . . 1257 

Gray J M 49 

Gress Lumber Co . . bottom lines 

Haglei H A & Co 743 

Hall Bros *. . 1243 

Hall & Hammond, opp . '. . 1284 
Hammond N J &T A, ojip . 12^5 
Handy Terrace Hotel ... 1274 

Harding J E . 1249 

Harris, Kraus & Ridge ... 60 
Harrison Has P & Co . . -opp 762 
Hart F W Sash & Door Co . 1371 
Hartford R F . . . bottom lines 
Hartman M fg Co . . . opp 764 
Hawkes A K . . . . . . ». .767 

Helvetia Milk Condensing 

Co 2 and 1371 

Henderson J W . . . . . .1325 

Henry C R . • . '. ^. . . 775 

Hentschel Carl . . . . .1 ;. . 43 

Herbert Bros ■ > . 776 

Hewitt Supply Co, cards in busi- 
ness directory . 

Hickey J E | ;. . 779 

Holcomb Bros * bpp 988 

HoUiday G H Lumber Co, 

side lines and 66 

Hollywood Cemetery Co . . 793 

Holmes Nick i ;. . 52 

Holzman A I , . 1365 

Home Bank of Atlanta : .363 

Hope Nurseries , . . 41 

Hoppie George E . . . . N 74 
Howard Anderson . . side lineis 
Howard AG. . . . . . i j. . 360 

Howard DT -. . 48* 

Hoyle WE side lines 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, 

bottom lines and 70 

Hyde EH 8-5 and 1365 

Illinois Central R R 110 

Jack F M, side lines and. . . 37 

Jolly C R * . 58 

Jones Electa D \ . 1316 

Jones R Louis ..... <jpp 66 

Jones W R & Co,cards in Uus- 

ness directory . . . 36 and 843 
Jones ct Parker . ..... 55 

Kangra Valley Tea Co, opp 846 

Keeney H G 847 

Kempton J F . . . . > . opp 850 
Kimball J C, Jr, opp . : . 1284 
Kontz & Conyers, opp . . . 1284 
Koppe Bros «& Steinichen . . 1229 



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Kreigshaber V H, 
. . cards in st and business dept 

Land J S 1272 

Lang E Co . 37 

Lanier & Appier 870 

Latham £ B 871 , 

LeSueur & Runge, center 

lines and 63 

Lewman M T & Co . . . opp 67 
Lincoln Miss Nannie . . . .1317 

Lipes Moses 69 

Little Switzerland ...... 9 

Loeb D C, cards in st dept 

and 8^5 

Lofton J T <!t Co, cards in bus- 
iness directory and .... 70 

Lofton ME 1286 

Longstreet J G 1318 

Lowry Banking Co, back cov- 
er and 363 

Lowry Hardware Co, opp 890 

and 891 

LycettWm 1229 

Lynch Peter 894 

L & N R R 105 

McDuffie B F 61 

McHughMrsP 1319 

McNeal W 8, . . . bottom lines 
Magbee AD...... opp 847 

MagillMrsME 53 

Magnolia Anti-Friction Met- 
al Co front cover 

Mallard W J Jr, . . center lines 
Mallory Steamship Co . . . 116 
Marietta Marble Co, opp . . 612 
Marietta <fc N G R R . . . . Ill 

Martin E W . 924 

Maryland Life Ins Co » . . 3(>0 
Memphi Stove Co, 

cards in street dept and . . 57 
Merriam G <fe C & Co . . 1354 ^ 

Merrill AH 358 

Meyer L & Co side lines 

MimsL 356 

Minor T A 943 

Minter AV O 36 

Missouri Pacific R R . . . . 109 

Mitchell Robert 945 

Mitchell & Parker, 

top lines and 69 

Moncrief, Dowman <fe Co, 

top lines 

Moncrief & Co, cards in street 

directory 

Monroe T F <fc Son 8 

Moody J N side lines 

Moore's Business College . . 531 

Moore M K 1370 

Morgan Bros 11 

Morgan David 1272 

Morgan H G 53 

Morris-Brown College 32 and 33 

Morris John Co 1326 

Motes C W, opp 9.58 



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MoyersWT front cover 

Mozley & Butler opp . • • 612 
Mueller L A, cards in street 
dept 

Mutual Life Ins Co of N Y, 

center lines 

Mutual Printing Co opp. . • 962 
Nathan G McD .... top lines 
Nashville, Chattanooga & St 

Louis R R 106 

National Blank Book Co . . 40 
National Tontine Building & 

Loan Association 357 

Nelson L D, opp 966 

Nelson Walter 1367 

New Era Gas Appliance Co, 

opp ^27 

New York Life Ins Co . . . 356 

Nicholes H M 1317 

NorrellB C 1300 

Nunn L L, 65 and 972 

Odair Mrs Agnes 54 

Ogden & Felder • outside covers 
O'Neal Hiram ...:.•• 1367 

Orr V E 978 

Overton & Dunn, . . center lines 

Palmer I. E 46 

Parker G. B. & Co 47 

Parkhurst W F, ..... 985 

Patterson A A, 1252 

Patterson R A Tobacco Co, . 989 
Pattillo W P, . . . . side Unes 

Paul in Madame, 49 

Pease W C, 993 

Penn Mutual Life Ins Co . . 358 
Perdue & Egleston, outside covers 

Phillips L W, 72 

Phoenix Mutual Life Ins Co, 364 

Piantini F & Sons, 71 

Pim & Taylor, 

.... cards in Street directory 
Pittman ife Co, ... 64 and 1249 

Pratt NP .1013 

Purity Ice Co! 16 

Q&CRR 108 

Randall & Bro, . . . back cover 

Rauschenberg C A 49 

Read Transfer Co, 

cards in st directory 

Reeder M J, cards in st dept 

and 58 

RenfroMfgCo, . . . back cover 

Reynolds B A 1032 

Richards S P & Son .... 342 

Ripley T J, opp 1285 

Bobbins AS 62 

Roberts G P, opp 1285 

R^e A E 1046 

Rogers Miss Carrie 1317 

Rosette W C 367 

Ruebush Kiefer & Co . ... 46 

RuhmanGH 1052 

Ryan D W 1366 

Ryan Miss Mary side lines 



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R4feDRR 112 

St Joseph's Infirmary 24 

Sampler Charles W. . - • 67 

Saunders H G, opp 489- 

Scott GWMfg Co 1259 

Seaboard Air-Line 113 

Seitzinger T F 1306 

Shepard F B, cards in busi- 
ness department and ... 365 

Sheriff PC 1075 

Sims Bros 1078 

Smith HH 1250 

Smith J M 57 

Smith OA. . : 1092 

Snook P H & Son opp. • • • . 471 

SnyderCR 73 

Southern Banking & Trust 

Co 357 

Southern Belting Co ... . 1099 
Southern Bureau of Infor- 
mation and Employment 

bottom lines and 15 

Southern Copying Co . . .1249 
Southern Dental College . . 20 
Southern Furniture Co, side lines 
Southern Medical College 

18 and 19 

Southern Mutual Building & 

Loan Assn . top lines and 364 
Southern Paint & Glass Co 

center lines 

Southern Printing & Publish- 
ing Co, opp 1101 

Spelman Seminary . • 30 and 31 

SpenceNC 1103 

Starkey & Palen, opp ... 368 

Steinau Louis IHO 

Steinhauer J F, front cover 

and 71 

Stephenson & Yarbrough, 

inside lines 

Stevens J P «fe Bro, opp . . .1256 
Stivarius O E, opp . ... 437 
Stillwell-Bierce & Smith- 

Vaile Co 5 

Stocks Coal Co . . . front cover 
Stockton & Kuhrt, center lines 

Sugarman Mrs M 52 

Sutton H T 1366 

Taylor J W 5 

Thomas Julian P . . . . .. 1303 

Thomason & Son, opp . . .1136 

Thompson A • • 1367 

Thompson J S ....•• . 1252 

Thornton J A.- 1552 

Timme & Albright, opp . . 67 

Tonk Wm 44 

Torbett M B & Co, top lines 

and 13 

Travels Bros & Co, 38 

Tripod Paint Co, 

. . . cards in Street directory 
Troy Steam Laundry, . . covers 
Tunsell W B, 1150- 



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Union Central Life Ins Co, 



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United States Life Iris Co, 

cards in business deirt: and 365 
United Underwriters Ins Co, 1155 

Walker M J, . 1164 

Washington Seminary ^ • opp 488 
Wathau & Co, . . . . M . . 1172 

Weaver CC, i . .1321 

Weeleyan Christian Axivo- 

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Western <fc Atlantic RR, 
Wevmau & Connors, 
Whatley Mrs G. . . • . 
Whitcorab J T tfc 8on . ,-• 
Wbitlev J B . . . . . / . 



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Whitlock M G & Co, cards in 

business directory 

Williams J W & Co 136(> 

Willson Whiskey Co, 

. . . .cards in business directory 
Wimberly & Johns .... 2*8 
Wilson Coal & Lumber Co 

opp 369 

Woodside J J 1216 

Woodward Lumber Co, 

back cover and 64 

Woodward & Williams . . . 359 
Woolf LI, opp ..'.... 1284 
Yarbrough H W . . . . top lines 
Zachrv W I 366 



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Askew C R, flagman G C& X RR 

ATCHISON W S, special agent 
Short Electric, Railway Co, r 
Marietta, Ga 

ATLANTA ELEVATOR CO, 
Joseph S Cook, pres and mngr, 
Ed T Payne, sec and treas. 
Means near Ponder ave (Mari- 
etta cars) j 

Atlanta Spice Mills (tSee page 
opp 846) 

Averett J M, see and treas Con- 
solidated Wasron 6c Buggy Co, 
r near Ponce De Leon >^p"rings 

Bailey A J, sten Sou Mutual Bldg 
<k Loan Assii, bds 325 Teeples 
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Baker Samuel, (Baker 6c Morgan) 

Baker cN: Morgan, (Samuel Baker 
IJeujamiii Morgan i runfrs agts, 
238 Equitable Bldg 

Beatie & Witherspoon, (D A 
Beatie ct W L Witherspoon) 
Union Stock Yard, cor Grant 
and G R R 

BENSEL & HJNMAN, (Wm 
Bensel, G B Hinmam cjontrac- 
tractors and builders, 66 E Ellis 
( See page 6S ; 

Betty John E, painter, r 303 De- 
catur • ' 

BLACKBURN ROBT B, lawyer 
48 In man bldg, r 242 Wood- 
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propr. 128 Whitehall 
Brannon Mary A, medicine 5S 

Inman bldg, r 141 Pulliam 
Brooks Woodford i Mell ^^- Brooks^ 

r Edgewood 
BRUSH ELECTRIC CO, S W 

Trawick Sou Agt. 447 Equitable 
Cassin George S (Purtell & Cas- 

sin) r 13 Hill 
Cathcart Franklin H (Cathcart «S: 

Rath burn) bds S(i Spring 
Cathcart & Rathburn (Franklin 

H Cathcart, J Hall Rathburn) 

spcl agts Germania Life Ins Co 
. of the city of New York, 39 

Grant bldg 

Chalfant Edward P, mgr bicycle 
dei^t Lowry Hardware Co,* bds 
110 Ivy 

COMLY JAMES F, agt Michi- 
gan Mutual Life Ins Co, 38 In- 
wan bldg, bds 10() Ivy 

CONSOLIDATED WAGON 6c 
Buggy Co, Robt L Pendergrass 
pres, J M Averett sec and treas, 
37-39 W Alabama (See opp 
page 500) 

Coulon J M, elk J L Hogan, bds 
114 Alexander 

DeBelle Robert P\ bkkpr M 

RICH ct BRO. r 240 Woodward 

Dida L H, wks Standard Oil Co 

Dunson Walker, (Northen 6c 

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KASTERLIN JOHN D, dist 
supt Sou Bell Tel & Tel Co, r 
480 Jackson 

Freisleben Abraham, (Freisleben 
& Co), r 456 Washington 

FRITSCHE GUSTAVE, 
(Fritsche& Lehmann), fresco 
artists 78 N Broad ( See page 437) 

Fritz Walter, elk J M Stewart, r 
82 Decatur , _ 

GEORGIA RUBBER CO, W B 
Capers pres, 83 Peachtree (See 
opp page 615) 

Germania Life Ins Co of the City 
of N Y, Cathcart & Rathburn 
special agts 39 Grant bldg 

GOODE & BECK, (Samuel W 

. i^oode, Albert L Beck), real 
estate and loans, 7 Marietta 

HERRlNGTON ALEX P, real 
estate 60 Marietta, r 158 Luckie 

HOLLO WAY J S N, lawyer 66 
Inman bldg, bds 110 Ivy 

ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R, L 
W Collier coml agt, 10 E Ala 

Johnson R A, real estate, 6 E 
Wall, r The Normandie 

Laine George W, architect, 51 Old 
Capitol, b<is 27 Wheat 

LEHMANN (Fritsche «& Leh- 
man) ^ ^ 

LeSUEUR & RUNGE, (J A 
LeSueur, Niles Runge) archi- 
tects, 26 Inman Bldg 



LONGSTREET J G, supt and ^ 
architect, Inman Bldg 

MARIETTA MARBLE WKS, : 
Mozelv & Butler, proprs, Mari- f 
etta, Ga (See page 615) 

MICHIGAN MUTUAL. LIFE , 
Ins Co, JFComlyagt, 38 In-; 
man Bldg i 

May& Beck genl agts Fidelity^ 
Mutual Life Assn 208 Equitable 

Nance John S, eng W & A R R, 
r 115 Kennedy ' 

Nash R R, bkpr A P Youngblood, 
rms 19A S Broad . 

Neal George H, wks G P R R, r[ 
33 Corput ? 

Nisbet Keith A, lawyer, 48 E 
Wall, r Fairburn, Ga 

Purrington Edwin, lawyer, r 160 
Washington ^ 

Rued Jacques, (Schneider & 
Rued), bds Hotel Weinmeister 

Snlder's Pharmacy, M M Snider 
propr, 524 Decatur 

STIVARIUS O E, aluminum sil- 
verware, 78 N Broad (See opp 
page 437) I 

STOCK ARD CHARLES C, phy- 
sician, office and residence 02: 
N Forsyth, tel 757 
Tarr Thomas E, cond Atl Con St 
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bt[S,*Mi;3s., Men^pl:\i9, Bl:irevepQrt ar^d allpoii\ts tn; Miss- 
issippi, and.Nortt^errt J^vOUisra/ia^HrKarisas ai>d Texas, . 

. : PiIUii\gr\ Palace Sleeping arid Drawing Roopq Car$, 

lA^itl^bilt cl)dr|ge, 'between ' 

Htlantti ar\d Kansas City, ffilarita arid Men\pi:)tS' and 

Htlanta and S^reveport. 

Qtnc unm to new Orleans. 

Iinproved sGliedille^ iiave been effected by t]:\is Corn- 
pany rnaKing Quick Tinie to NeW. Orleans Via Birrntng- 
liain'in conn^ct^Pn ^^^X V^Q- Q die Rotlte. Pullrnan 
Yestibxiled Sleeping Cars Htlanta and Birrningtiain and 
Birrningttain'andNeiA^ Orleans. ' 

For Kates, Reservations, Time Garrls and other detailed inform aticHi,' 
apply to No. 10 Kii^ball House, ^City Ticket QflatJe. 

-W.H., GREEN, ^Ufc1p». ■ 80L.HA8S, 



WashiDgtoa, 6- C 




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J. M. CULP, fiss't Traffic Manager,.Wa3l\ingtonV&C^^^ 

W. A. TtTRK, Gen. Pass. Agt. S. H. HaHdwiok, Asst. Oetf. i*aM/Agt, 
Wa^ington D. G. Atla^tit^, On. 

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^ttieU and S^otivement Seftednfes 

BOTH FREIGHT AND PASSENGER. 



Short Line to Columbia, Charleston, 

and other South Carolina points. 



Through Pullman Buffet Sleeper to Portsmouth, 
with close connection by rail or water to all Eastern 
cities ; or at Weldon, all rail to the East. 

JNO. H. WINDER, Genei-al Manager. 

O. V. SMITH, F. C. BRYAN, 

Traffic Manager, Norfolk, Va. Ass't Gen'l Frt A Paw: Agt 

H. W. B. GLOVER, Div. Frt. & Pass. Agwit 

Rooms 741 A 74.3 Equitable Building, Atlanta, Ga. 



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'—AND 

Western Railway of Ala. 

MOHTQOMSRY &, MOBILE ROUTS. • 

The Shortest and Quickest Passenger and Freight Route to 

Montgomery, Selma, Pensacola, Mobile, 
New Orleans f^i^l South and South- West. 

■■. Pullman ^^^stilule Sleepers 

BETWEEN- 

New York and New Orleans. 

Pullman X^ninq Qar 

'N'orth and South Bound on Trains 50 and 53 
— — BETWEEN 

Washington and Montgomery. 

F^ULCMAN BUFKEX CARS 
On Trains 51 and 52 Between 

Atlanta and New Orleans, 
-« DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE UJSTEXCELLED. 8^ 

The Direct arid Favorite Route 

To all Texas, California and Mexico Points. 



EDMUND L. TYLER, 

(xenjeral Manager, Atlanta, tJa. 
B. F. WYLY.JR. JOHN A. GEE, 

General Agent, . ., i General Passenger Agent, 

No. 12 Pryor St, Kimball House. No. 12 Pryor St, Kimball House, 

Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. 









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S. S. CXJNGHO (New) 3.724 Tons 

»* LEONA ....: ...3,3» " 

" NUeCBS 3,3^ " 

•' CX)MAL.. . ...a:..:, 2,950 " 

" LAMPASSAS.T : . . . . . 2J942 " 
♦* ALMO J^942 " 



S. S. SAN MARCOS .2,840 Tons 

" COLORADO 2,764 " 

" RIO GRANDE 2,566 *' 

" ST ATE OF TEX AS. J..... 1,686 " 
" CITY of SA>iAXTON10.. 1,663 *' 



SCHEDULE OF DEPARTURES 



/FOR NEW YORK 

From Galveston, Tex. 
Every Wednesday aqd ^aturd&y. 

From FernandinHf F/a., 
Every Thnrsdfty. 

' From Key West, f la , 

Etery Saturday. 

Fr&m Brupswick, Qa,, 

Every Friday. 



»VE NEW YORK 

For Ga vestoftf Tex., 
Every Wednesday & Saturd'y 3 00 p. m. 

For Foraandina^ Fla , 
Every Friday 3 00 p. m. 

For Kef West Fta., ' 
Every Saturday 3 GO p. m. 

For Beunswick. Ga/ 
Every Friday 3 ^ p. m. 

Nothing liias beeti ovKrlooked In the oonetructionot these' viissels, and their fine 
model, fun^oweraod EXCELLENT S£A-UOING -QUALITIES, have vron for th«n 
the enviable repuiation they possess. Passenger accommodations, both cabin and 
Btflierage, are unsurpassed. State-r<x>ai8 being above -the main deck are light, roomy 
tliproughiy ventilated, thus^iussuring to the traveler the greatest degree of consfort 
and attainable^ • ' . . - - ' 

Conn^tlons are made, at all the ports at whfch these stesimers 
touchy wfth all railroads and steamboats. 

Thrduflrh Coupon Tickets are oh sale, and - Through, i^tes of Passajre aad^ 
Freight are n4^med tp interior towns and dties, inclnding those tt Calif uFrnia,'Aiexloo, 
New >lexioo and Anaonii. 

No other passenger S^amers rnn^betweeii New York and the ports named above. 



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For ratJBBoffre^ht, passage, printed matter axkdi^eiieht.lihforn^atiou, address. 

C. H. MAtLORy it XX>..CkN, Agents. 

pier 20 East River^ qm^ 362 Broadv^y, NEW ^OKI^, 

W. J. YOONt*, Gen-'^iu-Pl^seBgt^r 

^ ■ Agents San- AlntoniOi Tex. 



8STH SPRAGUH;. 0feti.^:a»t#m Agent* 

^ . ^ . a» Washiilgton St, Boston. 

- 6^ Mc JfUR i'HlE; Agent. Cor. 3d an4 - 

^>^ % it ^ ^CheetnetSta> PhfljM^pUia, Pa. 

^-^ ■- R^'McMURTBliir, A«% *8 EVGcrHiim 

. Street, Baltimore, Md. 

J. N: SAWYiCIl A 0O:^ts. GalvestX 



HOSE BAPHAEL, Ag% HpUs 

B.'E: I| ARRISS, ;Ag't, TiaJlasv'Ttx, 



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' ChIs. DaVIES, AA'^acklk)nvble,?la! 
G. R.'Hl7B8¥,A#*t<^ Feriiim^$ta^4ia. 



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Tlie Steamers oq this Line are appointed to^il as Foilovs : 

^FROff HBW ;YOiffi; Moiiday^ Wedtiesdiiy and Friday. 

FLtCET- 

S. S. ALaONQtriN, (N4&W) ... • C^pt. i^^^^^^""^ 

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CHARLSaTON, COLUMBIA, AUGUSTA. 



It is the long established arid well -known 

18 so p' OLD RELIABLE ROUTE M is© 2 

Between the Sea Coast and the Mountains. 



2 - My Passenger ^Frains - 2 

BETWEEN — ■ — 

Charleston and Augusta Charleston and Columbia 

Distance 138 Miles. Distance 130 Mil^s. " 

CLOSE CONNECTIONS 

Made at Charleston, Columbia and Augusta *with all 
Roads running from these cities. Also, at Charles- 
ton with^ Atlantic Coast Line. Plant's System, 
and Clyde Steamships for New York 

and Florida. 

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Through Tickets to All Points , 

CAN BE PURCHASE© A^fD- 



Baggage Checked to Destination. 



G/M. WARD. 

General Manager. 



E. P. WARING 



Gen. Frt <fc Pass. Agent. 



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S. W. WILKES,A^ent, 

16 KimbaU House, - Pryor Street^ - ATL-ANTA, GM. 

General Office: Charleston, S. C. 










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EVANSVILLE& TERR E HAUTE R.R. 



fast 

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Perfect 

Passenger 

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The Short Line Between 

ITLIim@ClI€IC@, 

The South and Southwest, 

and North and Northwest. 



Double 
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CHICAGO.——— 



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For detailed information Schedules, Rates, Sleeping Car aooom- 
modations, <&c. , apply to 

]♦ H^^CUTLBR^ Qeheral Southern Agents Atlanta^ Qa^ 

G. J. GRAMMER, President, Evansville, Ind. 



E. O. HOPKINS, G. F. A., E. & T. H. 
K. A. CAMPBELL, G. P. A., E..& T. H. 
EvanBville, Ind. 



L. RUSH BROCKINB ROUGH. G. F. A 
CHAS. L. STONE, G. P. A.. C. & E. L 

Chicago, 111. 



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WBITING MACHINES. " It stands at the head." 

M. B. TOBBETT A CO., (Successors to Torbett <fe McCaDdlcas,) 

G^eneral Agents for Georgia and Alabama 

22 KIMBALX HOVSE; DECATVB STREET^ 



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In the following list it will be observed that all Streets, Ave- 
nues, ete. , are arranged in alphabetical order, with name of occu- 
pant found at each number. The name of each street is given, 
showing what other streets and places ruH from it or across it, at 
the point at which they intersect. 

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. 

J8^"To find the occupation of householders, refer to Alpha- 
betical List of Names. 



ABB 



121 



ALA 



ABBOTT, Bellwood, nr North 
ave, W^ard 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 Paxson R 

20 Schmidt G 

21 Simpkins R A 
24 Nunnally J M 
30 Daniel G B, c 
34 Walker P, c 



PLUMBING. 

S. A. ALBRIGHT, 

8 West Wall St. 

Telephone 373. 

Centennial Building. 



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^ar^eeb /^88ortmei>b ai>d 
^pu/C8t prices ip ^ity 

TRIPOD PAINT CO., 

S6~68 XlAriettA Str*«t. 

36 Stevens E, r 

38 Thompson E, ^ 

42 Hawkins A, c 

Boulevard intersects, 
. Randolph intersects. 

AIR-LINE ALLEY, from Ez- 
zard n to Wheat, near Ellis, 
Ward 4. . . 



ALABAMA, from Whiteh^ill e 
to Loyd and w to C R R, is 
of Railroad tracks, Wards i 
and 2. 



GOING EAST. 

I Persons E, c 
3 Elston H B 



EXGEIiSIOR STEIIM UIIINDqY. 



DECATUR ST. 





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Specialties: shirts. COLLARS AND CUrFS. 



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INVESTMENTS 



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{SOUTHERN MUTUAL B & L Ass'n of- 
fers fair stock in small monthly payments 
upon which splendid returns are secured. 
8«e ffm. C. HAliK, Rr«M e«r Pryor «n«l DrcalNr MU. 



EISEMAN BROS. 

ONE PRICE 

Clothiers $ Hatters, 

Nos. 15 and 17 Whitehall Sf. 



ALABAMA— Continued. 

4 Natl Cash Register Co 
4^Sirkin M 

5 Pitts H, (• 

7 Boggan Wm C • 

8 Lanier & Appier 
. Purtell J H 

SiBalagur I 

9 Doolittle & Co 

10 Appier C E 
Chears C W 

1 1 Postal Telt'gra])h Co 
iiJDixie Club 
i2Ansley Bros 

Barnett E > 

13 Castleman H 

Davis J A W W & M Co 
Woolley A C 
Coates Thread Co 

14 Ketner & Fox . 
Rosenfeld S 

15 Atlanta Natl Bank 
i5Mtl Cotton Seed Oil Mills 

16 Atl Stock Exchange 
Mountain View Land Co 

i6^Rosser & Carter 
"Howell G A 
Suwanee River Phos Co 

17 Black & Mcintosh 
Harralson & McCool 
Haynes W G 

18 Merchants' Bank 

19 Boynton HA 

20 Arnold & JVIcCord 
20^Brown G fl 

Receiver W & A R R Co 
Sam Yick 

Knox Fitzhugh I 
Alexander & Lam.bdin 



Andre W E 
State B & L Assn 

21 Cooledge Bros 
2iiLumpkin ] H 

"Ripley T J 
O'Donnelly J 
Haden W W 
Pattv Henry M 
Daniel J F 
Everett W M 
Summit Land Co 
Pirn & Taylor 
U S Sav & L Co 
Va, Tenn & Ga Air-Line 
Harwell & Bradley 

22 Oglesby & Meador Grey Co 

23 Schlesinger H L 

24 Falvey F & F Co 
24yrhe Missouri Pacific Ry Co 

Am Refrig T Co 
Cashman Broom Co 

25 Gibbs Drug Co 
Kiser & Sparks 

26 Morgan A P 
Phelps W H H 

26JPonder J M & C B 
Johnson S R 

Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills 
Prim I J 

27 Johnson C P 

28 Shropshire & Dodd 
29-31 Gate City Natl Bank Bldg 
29-31 Gate City Natl Bank 

29 Patterson W H 
29 Redvvine J B 

Rooms — 

8 Pattillo Wm P 
10 McBride A J 

Nantahala M & T Co 



Dixie Baking Powder. 

This powder is a home niannfactnre of 
the very highest quality. 

Perfect healthfulness and perfect leaven- 
ing qnalities guaranteed. 

DIXIE BAKING POWDER CO. 
116^ and 118 Peachtree 81., Atlanta, tia. 




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The bMt policy eoatraet, wvje aaanal dlTldenda. Tlie MUTUAL BK5KF11 
LIFE IXSURARCB CO., of Hey-ark, K. 1. JiueU ater rifjy M lllioa D«llnrt. 
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11 and 13 Sindall C A 

12 Nelson L B 
Saul VV S 

Blue Ride Marble Co 
14-19 The Bradstreet Co 
16-17 Upshaw & Upshaw 

20 Moody J N 
Alley H T 

2 1 Ravenel St Julien & Co 
22-24 Atl Guano Co 

25 Williams E T 
Calhoun A E 

26 Parry H L 

27 Latham T W 

28 Jordan R J 

29-31 Kontz & Conyers 

3o» 32, 34 Vacant 

35-37 Hammond N J & T A 

38^40 Payne & Tye 

41-42 Smith Alex & Victor 

43 Leftwitch T J 

44-46 Scully J W 

45 Smith A A 

47 Eckels Maj W H 

49-51 Mynatt P L & Son 

52-53 Home Mission Board 

Southern Baptist Con 
53-55 Abbott BF & C F 
56 Gay E S 

Mut Ben Bldg & L Assn 
59 Gilbert J H 
62-66 Calhoun King & 
Spalding 

King A Campbell 

Phillips B F 
6^ Marinette Iron Wks Co 
66-68 Glenn & Maddox 

Office, 37 Marietta Street, Atlanta, 6a. 

Telephone 118. 

Moving a pleasure by getting 

Read's Transfer. 

If you are going to break up housekeep- 
ing, give us your key and we will take 
charge of your goods, pack and store 
them; or get freight rates and ship to 
u!iy point. 



The Dresden, 

Rogers Siherplated Ware, Table 
Cutlery, Lamps, 

Larg-est Variety. Lowest Prices. 

37 Whiteliall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 



67 Hall Bros 

68 Noyes J A 

69 Colville Fulton 
70-71 Rountree D W 
72-73 Glenn Hon W C 

Basement — 

Buckalew JJP 
32 Dodd G T & Sons* 
32iShaw Robert, c - 

^Am Pub & Eng Co 
34 Atlanta Trust & Bnkg Co 
Pryor iJitersecti. 

35» 37, 39 ^^^^ F E 
36 Vacant 

36-38 Wellhouse & Sons 
Union Paper Mill Co 
36iDun R G & Co ' 

40 Sams J A 

41 Atl Butter &: Cheese Co 
41-43 Duncan W S 

42 Brunner J K & Co 
Illinois Central R R 

42^Ga Phosphate & Ming Co 
Mobley E D L 
Rogers G C 

43 Garrett VV J 
43-^ Martin C B 

Holmes J B 

Cranston Henry 

Ladson C T 

Russell J J 

Moomaugh R H 
44, 46, 48 Armour Packing Co 
44^Clarke & Camp 
47-49 Montag Bros 

Morris E S 
49jAckerman & Co 
50-52 Langston & Woodson 





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GALVANIZED IRON & COPPER CORNICES 

AMD Metal. Skylights. 39.^ S. Broad St. 



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ALABAMA — Continued 
51-53 Lamar & Rankin Drg Co 
53iEverett G B & Co 

Dreyfus Henry 

Sou Lodge Secret 
54-56 Hancock W A 
55 Branan 'Bros 
57 Paine T B & Co ' 
^ 58-62 Spence Marion W 
59 Johnson G E 

Cohen Levi 
61 Vacant 
6i^Browder & Co 

Brooke G W 

Davis A W 

Whitcomb J T & Son 

Dewald G A & Co 

Grady S T 
64-66 Kenny & McDonald 
65 Maddox J J & J E 
65^Murphey A A . 

^Stnith H C & Co 

Trotti Simmons & Co 
67 Rose P W & Co 

Buchanan W B 

Murphey J H & Son 

Thompson John W 
68-70 Jack F M 
68iAbbott L L 
69 Vacant 
99jWimpey J A 

Austin J \V 

GOING WEST. 

WhiteJiall intersects. 
3^Klein C E 
Norrell B C 

6 Schrayer Nathan 

7 Jett A W 



* 8-10 Atlanta Gas Light Co 
8iHillyer Henry 

Hillyer & Lee 

Hall T N 
9 Harris J B 
12 Southern Home B& L Assn 

Smith J Henley 

Bates Farley & Co 

Scott Geo W Mnfi,' Co 

Thorapkins N C 

Libby R E 

New Home Sew Mach Co 
Broad intersects, 
18 Atlanta Traction Co 
2oJDoke Anderson, c 

Nelson Walter, c 
20-22 Stewart & Bowden 

23 Algee Steverts & Co 
Johns H W Mfg Co 

23iAdair A D & McCarty Bros 
"Adair G B 
Furman Farm Imp Co 

24 Wylie & Barcley 
Hill B & Co 

26 W U Tel Co 

26-28 Atl Constitution Pub Co 
Constitution Bldg 
Sunny South 
Southern Farm 
Nichols & Holliday 
Constitution Job Office 

27 Hickey J E 

Forsyth intersects. 

29 Spencer A J & Co 

30 Maddox-Rucker Bnkg Co 
Hough Charles 

Sou Phosphate Co 

31 Atkisson & Burge 



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Min^o jLuxnp, Nut, Steam, Anthra* 

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M. C. WHITLOCK & CO. 

256 MARIETTA ST. 

Telephone 1415. 



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MOULDINGS. ETC. 
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M. B. TOBBETT k CO., (Successors to TorbettA McCandless,) 
General Agents for Geor^a and Alabama 
S2 KIMBALI. HOlIftE, DECATVB STREET. 



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32JK of P. Hall 

Union Spiritualists Assn 
Henderson ST 
Jackson & Maddox 
Hutchinson & Bro 
Atlanta & Florida R R 

33 Gresham T A 

34 State Sav Bank 
Herring Hall Marvin Co 

34jGreen D W & Co 
35-37 Crane E D 
Drake B S 



36 Hale & Ebbert 



Ga Bldg & Loan Assn 
38 Vacant 
40 Vacant 
42 Vacant 

44-48 Georgia Ice Co 
54 Vacant 
56 Bridger J C 
60 Wylie & Barclay 

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






ALEXANDER, from W Peach- 
tree w to Marietta 2 n of 
Simpson. 

1 1 Porter J H 

12 Allen E A 

13 Thompson G L 

Scott intersects. 
17 Cook J B 

20 Lafontaine J M 

21 Farlinger A W 
24 Crutcher R S 



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98 WHITEHAIili STBEET. 

See Paee 67. 



PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN— 

Raising and Hloving Baiidinga, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special FMcilitie* 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21H B. Alabama. 

Spring intersects. 
39 Kirke Thomas . 
45 Warren S F 
49 McNabb N 
52 Huddleston W C 

55 McMicJiael Peter, c 

56 Mapp Wm, c 

60 Myers B P 

61 Merrill E D 

Williams intersects. 

63 Strahan Mrs S H 

67 Meinze H L 

73 Cain JVM 

77 McConnell J L 

81 Roden C T 

85 Dent J W 

86 Vacant 

87 Dent J W 

88 Marcus C, c 

89 King E, c 

90 Green F, c 

91 High tower I, c 

93 Johnson E, c 

94 Williams DeW, c 

95 Peevy J, c 

97 Luster A, c 

98 Baldwin C H 

99 Harris L, c 

Orme intersects. 
New Hope Baptist Church 
I 01 Jackson A, c 

103 Vacant » 

104 Peshger I 

105 Byrd Louisa, c 
109 Jones P, c 

115 Mills H, c 
119 Broxton H W 
125 Vacant 



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18 WALL SlKcEl, * 
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Manufacturer of 

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60 SOUTH BROAD ST., 

ATLANTA, CA 



ALEXANDER— Contin^d 
Lozrjoy interseeis. 

26 Keefer J 

[30 Watkins W M 

[31 Edelmann Joseph 

r34 Bell V 

[35 Williams B 

[39 Reeves J A J 

[40 Tutwiler N P 

F(nvler tnterseds. 

[41 Smith J I 

[42 Fehr J P 

45 Dwyer J E 

46 Cooper W M 
[49 Overby W H • 

50 Powell W P 

55 Turner O R 
[56 Waters R S -. 

McAfee intersects. ' 

59 DobbsH L 
[61 Biirch J B 
[65 Goltleib Julius ' 

69 Goodman John F 

70 Dobbs H L 
Vcnable iicersects. 

73 Tatum R P 

74 Evans W L 

77 Collins Mrs M E 

78 Pvobert W R 
[87 Bell Madison ' 

^^ Bell A J 

Luckie intersects, 

199 Glore J M 

200 Terry Stephen 

203 Thompson B T 

204 Vacant •.■'■'^'% 

205 Landers J'C 
313 Glore J M 



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dar St.) from West Peachtree 
e to Peachtree at Alexander. 






ALICE, from Pryor to Pulliam, 
I s of Kawson, Ward 2. 
27 Bridges Samples, c 
31 Harris Charles, c 
36 Pride J, c 
38 Pride J, c ^5 



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



ANDERSON, from State w to 
Curran, i s of Emmet, be- 
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at No 200 s e to Jackson st, 
thence east to R & D R R, 
Ward 4. 

Fort intersects. 
53 Ford Albert, c 
81 Huff J, c 

Summit intersects. 
Boulevard intersects. 
172 Stokes M M 

174 Hardin J B 

175 Scully Col J W 

176 Trowbridge H 
180 Bowes Dr WW 
182 Bentley O W 
186 Aspinwall F E 
192 Collins W J 
195 Weyman S T 

199 Wilson W T B 

200 Vacant 

V. H. KRIEGSHABER, 

MWA7&BU!LDIN6SUmiES. 

Uhite Pine '*°.°a|?|,,„. 

Hardwood Interior Finish, Etc. 
Teieph-ne G35. No. 8 N. PORSYTF" 



WALL PAPER DEPARTMENT 

CARRIES LARGE STOCK WALL PAPEKS 
114 A 116 Whitehall Street. 



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ANGIER AVE— Continued 

202 Hunter T J 

203 Thompson I. 
216 Gates F H 
218 Bryan Aaron R 

Arnold intersects. 



ANNA, from Curran s e to Mc- 
Millan, I n of Marietta, North 
Atlanta. 

ANTOINETTE, from Decatur 
n to Gartrell, i e of Yonge 
Ward 4. 

12 Dunn Mrs Annie 

T4 Sneed W T 

16 DeLay R J 

18 Black T J 

20 Smith H C 

26 Henderson Wm H 

28 Dickerson T W 

32 Smith J B 

33 Stewart J C 
36 O'Neil W^m J 

39 Riordan J 

40 Snead Wm T 
44 Vacant 



ARNOLD, from Rice north to 
North ave. i e of Howell. 
Elston H B 



ARTHUR, from Humphries e 
to Windsor, South Atlanta. 



ARTHUR, West Atlanta, 
changed to Sunset ave. 

ASH BY, from West End n to 
Bellwood at western city limits 



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You will find a splendid line oJ 
Candies, made fresh every day. 
GEO. GARROW, 
100 Whitehall Street. 



D. C. LOEB, 

SOLE AGKNT FOR 

The CEkbratel F&bst Brewing Co.'s 

MILWAUKEE BEER. 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
IBroad Street*. 

Telephone 4-20. 



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to Grant's Park, i s of Geor- 
gia ave, Ward 3. . 

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



BADGER, from E Fair 

of Boulevard. 

I Cort F B 

9 Berry J 

17 Atlanta Piano Factory 
29 DeLay J M 
33 Pharr J H 
37 Barton C H ;, 

41 Fetter Mrs A 



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BAERS ALLEY, from Walker 
n to Chapel, i n of Trenholm. 

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

7 Dorsey E, c j 

8 Jacobs AT 

10 Davis J B 

11 Evans R L 

15 Ellison L A 

16 Manning C A 

18 Wright G B 

19 Johnson W N 

22 Cook I J 

23 Thurman R E 

25 Caldwell R E 

26 Anderson J P 
30 Post J 
34 Rice D D 



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70>^ PEACHTREE STREET. Uree of charge. 



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Made to Order. 



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A. L DELKIN & CO. 

JEWELERS, 

Wholesale and Fet ii. 

LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL ST. 

BAILEY— Continued 
35 Camp B A 
^8 Ficken J 
44 Vacant 



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

GOING EAST. 

24 Thornbury Mrs ^^A 
/zy intersects. % \ 
42 Hollingsworth Mrs M E 
46 Seltzer Charles 
50 Dixon J Y 
^4 Romey Nicholas 
62 Miller G 

Courtland inVrsects. 
78 VanWinkle J A 
82 Jackson S H, r 
8(i Crutchfield Floyd,! 
88 Williams Anna, c 
93 Breuning Casper 
02 Nott F, ^ . 
14 Bennett J, c 
16 Sharp & Covington 

Piedmont ave interbecU 
18 Swan son Joe, c 
22 Ogletree F, c 
26 Banks M, V 
30 Berry R, r 
34 Jackson A, e 
38 Clark Jack, c 
42 Thomas Robert, c 
46 Martin Charles, c 
48 Davis Earl, c 

Butler intersects. 
165 O'Neill Y, c 



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169 Badger Elijah 
171 Barefield June, c 
175 Davis J, f 
179 Craig J, c 
181 Fuller J B, c 
197 Pitts Ed, c 
199 ]5ro\vn Dock, c 
202 Wood F, c 

Fort intersects. 
Mitchell Joe, c 

GOING WEST. 

Vacant 
Scott W H 
Merrill Mrs E E 
Estes J M 
Perkerson A M 
Hill C D 

Spring intersecU. 

35 Appier D W 

36 Walters W^ T 

39 Pattillo H A 

40 Peeples H C 

41 Vacant 

42 Abel W G 

45 Flesh Augustus \ 

46 Fowler N R 

49 Courtney J C 

50 Gibney Mrs M H 

53 King W C 

54 Fuller O C 

59 Peavy A E 

60 Atkins J VV^ 

61 Taylor J R 

Williams intersects 
65 Maude J L 
67 Donovan G R 

78 Hudson G B 

79 Peterson S M 



Wall F&per and Decoratioos. 

MONCRIEF & CO. 

Telephone 402. 

8 South Broad St. 



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81 Fairbanks FT ■ , 

82 Jobson F M 
86 King Rev J L 

Orme intersects. 

99 Jones Miss Katharine. 
[CI Smith E 
[02 Cooper A J 
[05 Vacant 
[06 Lewis G T 

10 Campbell J B 

13 King Jno M 

14 Harris S L 

15 Lower D G 

17 Vesby A E 

18 Haney Henry 
21 Cobb Jno S J 

Hayden intersects. 
[31 Kraus T S 
36 W^hiteT W 
[37 Snyder C R 
[38 VanBibber J W 
41 Wiles R J 
[42 Vacant 
:45 Brightwell W A 
[46 Acton T M 
[47 Roberts W B 

51 Stephens L P 

52 Clark H T 

53 Domini John 
56 McCarter C M 

Luckie intersects. 
160 Argo A H 

BAKER'S ALLEY,' from 
Woodward ave s to Rawson 
I w of Terry. 



SEWER PIPE. 

S. A. ALBRIGHT, 



rLiiMSE&,smM&i!Asnma 

. 8 Wast Wall Street. 

Teleplioiae 373. 



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TRIPOD - F/IIHT - CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OP 

READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Lead,l-Coat Carriage Funtsic 

'^tory, 375 Decatur Street. 

Office 56-58 Marietta Street. 

BALTIMORE PLACE, from 
West Peachtree, w to Spring 
Ward 6. 
I Strong C H 

3 Palmer W D 

4 Krug A G 

5 Goldsmith J M 

6 Landauer S 

7 Roberts E H ^ 
9 Ketner J H 

11 Glenn W C 

12 DeLeon B C 

13 Davis A H 

14 King T S 

15 Ray L R 

16 Fort C M 

17 Arnail C S 

18 Hill W S 

19 Echols Mrs H R 

2 1 W^estmoreland W F 
23 Bandman I C 
25 Waring Mrs M G 
27 Austell Mrs I L 




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BARTOW, from W & A R R 
n e to W Cain, i n w of 
Spring, Ward 5. 
13 Whitlock M G & Co 
19 McCarver Emma, c 
23 Westmoreland J, c 

Marietta intersects. 
40 Latham T S 

Walton intersects. 

62 Daniel R P 

63 Martin George W 

69 Harper C H 

70 Brown C 

Luckie intersects. 



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Clothiers and Tailors, 

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BARTOW— Continued 
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88 Blackstock Wm H 



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

Cooper interi<€cts. 
Formrvalt intersects. 
Frypr intersects. 
94 Kienla G J 

Ijoyd intersects. 
PuUiam intersects. 
Washington intersects. 
Crew inter>tects. 
197 Hays H T 
201 Bostwick J G 
205 Strange J T 
209 Engles F y 

213 Wheeler W T 

214 leasdale T A 

Capitol am intersects. 
239 Williams A C 
245 Cochran Mrs Z M 
247 White G A 
249 Vacant 

Fraser intersects. 
264 Fields Emma, c ■ 
268 Heard John, c 
270 Cook R, r 
272 Matthews G G, i 
274 Bray B A ' 

276 Daniel W A 

Jieed etids. 
286 Stephens John, c 
Terry ends. 
299 Callaway J 

Martin intersects. 



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Dunn T O 

Connally intersects. 

Garden intersects. 
Daniel J, c 
Duce J, <r 
Hutchins L, r 
Potts J, c 
Sexton Mary, c 
Johnson P, c 
Reynolds Savannah, r 



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




BEA RD, from Greggs s to Rich- ^^. 
ardson, i w of Ira, Ward 2. CO 



BECKWITH, from junction of 
High and Porter w to limits, 
I s of W Hunteri, Ward i. 
I Jackson S, c 
3 Murphy L, c 
5 Johnson Maria, c- 
1 1 Lumpkin T, c 
13 Nelas M, c 
15 Greenlee D, c 
17 Manley S, r 

}Valnnt intersects. 
46 Webster E 

Vine intersects. 
74 Knowles Ind's Bldg 
106 Mitchell Green, c 

Chestnut intersects. 
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BEERMAN, from W Peters nw 
to Kuhrt, 2 ne of Humphries, 
Ward 1. 



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Perfect healtbfulness and perfect leaven- (D ^m 

IDK qaalities guaranteed. a sa 

...,. .. , DIXIE BAKING POWDER CO. Ji 

■ 16^ and 118 Pexhtree St., lUaats, Ua. • 





Blenlw Israrue^ laaaniace afalKsl l«wnfli, tldelltT B*Bd» 
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BELL, from Georgia Railroad 
to Houston, and s to Hunter, 
I west of Fort, Wards 3 and 4. 
12 Burr C, c 

Decxitur intersect?. 
27 Faulkner B 

29 Dyer George W 

30 Keniiedy J L 

32 Williams M, c 

33 Thomason J J 

34 Clarke L, c 

36 Martin Wm 

37 Crawford K, c 

40 Green J J 

41 Reagan E, c 
•43 Giles C R 
44 Nelsoh T H 

47 Wallace S L 

48 Bagwell A A 

Gilmer intersects. 
53 Miller PT 
57 Buchanan T M 

61 Lee L 

62 Maxwell B 

63 McDonald Wm O 

64 Dunbar C H 
Reiman F 

66 Nicholas H T 

67 Kreuger Wm 
Collins J H 

69 Plunkett H A 
78 Mimms F C 

Taylor begins. 

College intersects. 

Pratt endjs. 

Fain ends. 

103 Young A, c 

105 Turner Ann, c 



The Dresden, 

Fine China, Crockery, Glassware, 
Bric-a-brac. 

The most extensive stock in the 
city. Prices Low. 

37 Whitehall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 





113 Richardson J, c 

115 Bell G, c 

116 Harris C, c 

117 Story J, c 

118 Vacant 

120 Oliver Jos, c 

Boaz ends. 

121 Dansby M, c 
123 Reed S, c 

127 Harris Hariett, c 

130 Luckie E, c 

131 Mitchell M, r 

132 Gates G, ^ 

134 Bush T, c 

135 Bush Norah 

136 Vacant • 

Edgewood avenue intersects. 

155 Pope James T, c 

156 Springs C, c 

161 Mitchell Belle, c 

162 Edmonson R* L 

163 Allen N, ^ 

164 Manley R B, r 

WJieat intersects. 
185 Baker John, c 
187 Hogg John, c- 

Old Wheat hegiiv^. 
191 Brown Frank, c 
193 Sloan frank, c 
195 Dobbs John, c 

Green ends. 
201 Segrave John, c 
203 HoUiday D 
208 Ragsdale Robert, c 

210 Norwood Sam, c 

211 McNeal Mack, c 

212 Williams Rufus, c 

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TIN nND SI-KTB ROOFERS. 
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Hose, Packing, Ac. 
47 and 49 S. Broad Street 

BELL — Continued 

214 Humphreys Belle, c 

219 Thomas Milto.i, f 

220 Echols B, c 

Houston inter secis. 



BELLWOOD AVENUE, from 
Marietta at northern limits, 
west, formerly called Mayson 
& Turner Ferry road 

BERCKEL, from Humphries e 
to Windsor, 4 s of Glenn, 
Ward 2. 
6 Preston James M 

16 Bowdin Jeff - - 

18 Gravitt L V ' ' 

20 White York 

22 Williams P 

44 Glenn R 

48 Wimbush James T 

52 Lemacks F G 

58 Bowden Albert 



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BEREAN ANENUE, from 
Tennels s, i e of Savannah, 
Ward 3. 

9 Simpkins L C 
II Johnson H W , 

13 Vacant 

14 Vacant 

15 Robie J F 
19 Acree W H 
21 Trout J W 
24 Harris Mrs S 

28 Lee O 

29 Chavin E A \. 
31 Wilson B F 

37 Carpenter J S 



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Wilson R A 
Bradley J T 
Pharr Wm 
Moore W R 
Ellison Mrs F 
Hobbs W F 
Plumb Mrs M A 
Carpenter T P 
Windsor O H 
Stanford D M 
Vacant 
Acree J 
Watson C A 
White T H 
Brisindine P 
McWilliams T J 
Brison Mrs M 
Boyce S N 
Lewis Wm 
Henderson T W 
Arrington G P 



BIBB, from Means north, i 
of Bellwood ave 



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etery, 2 n of E Fair, Ward 3. 
29 Baldwin S A, c 

Grant intersects. 
36 Mapp John, c 

39 Adams Wm, c 

40 Cooper J, c 

42 Fields Wm, c 

43 Bonner L, c 

44 Porter Emma, c 

46 Westmoreland Maria, c 

47 Kershaw H, c 

49 Wilson Amaziah, c 




At wholesale and retail. 

Mingo Furnace, Foundry ic Steam 

Coke. 

C. WHITLOCK & CO. 

U56 MAKIETTA ST. 

Telephone 1415. 



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FIRE INSURANCE j 

strong, Reliable and Liberal Cos.! 



( We solicit your patronage. Satisfaction roaranteed. 
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50 Thompson C, c 

George intersecU. 
54 Stovall J, c 
57 Brown L, c 
59 McCants Jane, c 

61 Thomas Minerva, i 

62 Hamilton M,c' 

63 Vacant 

67 Smith S G 

68 Daniels F, c 



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



BLACKGUM, from Rockwell 
n to Berckell i e of Hum- 
phries. 



05 BLACKMON (changed to Sum- 
■§ mit ave.) 

is BLECKLEY AVENUE from 
W Peachtree east beyond 
^ limits, ist south of Exposition 
«■— grounds. 

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

L^d BOAZ, fromjunction Edgewood 

H' ave and Butler s e to Bell, i 
n of College, Ward 4. 

^^ BOBO'S ALLEY, from Mari- 
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STOVE CO. 

98 WHITEHAIili STREET. 

See Page 67. 



PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN— 

Hailing and Hloaing BiiildiB9*t 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special Facilities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

TelaBhone 344. 21>iB. Alabama 



BORNE, from G R R, s 2 e of 
Boulevard, Ward 3. ^ 

4 DeLay J M 

13 Brown J T 

20 Tims H 

24 0'5Jeal J 

28 O'Neal A Q 

32 Bentley B T 

36 McDonald O V 

40 Hughes J 

46 Minor J E 

50 Hammond T H 

51 Carpenter W R 
56 Mooney J H 
61 Shirley R M 
65-67 Douglass R F 
80 Wickers R L 

84 Plummer G H 
89 Henry Mrs S M 

92 HallFS 

93 Almand H C 
95 Allen G W 

105 Wells H R 
1 71-173 Sealock J H 
175-177 Jackson W H 

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

BOULEVARD, from Decatur 
n to limits, i west of Jackson, 
and s by eastern boundary of 
Grant Park, Wards 3 and 4. 

GOING NORTH. 

7 Garner G C , 

11 Mooney R M A 

12 Hendricks Levi L ^n(^ 
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Ui IflUUf lift I nrlll 18 Wall street. Kimball Horn 



Kimball House. 



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Dealer in 

l&p Sokes, lorse Ilukets, 

And WHIPS of all kinds. 

60 SOUTH BROAD ST. 

BOULEVARD— Continued 
I s Mitchell J C 
17 Gathright W E 

T(xid commeiice,'<. 
23 Thomas Mrs A C 
27 Spinks J P 
31 Williams Frank, c 

34 Farmer Mrs M A 

35 Allen David, t 

36 Owens A J^ 

39 White Jamt/s, c • 
42 Cop page Wm, t, 
50 Smith H L 

GartreU inter.^ei'h, 
52 Hale G W 
56 Estes M V 

Chaniberlhi end?^. 
76 Hamilton G T 
78 Estes G T 
So Schrimper Wm 

Edgewood are intersects. 
90 Sm'ith H F ^ . 

93 Johnson J L ' ■ ^\ 

94 Harris H D 
102 Quarles W E 
106 King S R 
112 Stribling G T ^ 

Wheut intersect':.. 
114 Edwards M E 5c Co 

117 Walker & Shell 

118 Edwards ME 

119 Williams J, r - , 
Old Wheat intersects. 

Vacant 

Kean Mrs M E 
Anderson Mrs E E 
Mitchell Mc 
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246 

247 
251 

257 
264 

267 

278 

284 
288 

304 

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Eberhart N, c , 

Zion Methodist Church, c 

Groves A, <? 

Sloan W, c 

Asbury J E, r 

Irwin interseeta. 
Boulevard Public School 
Wallden W A 
Warlick J W 
Zimmerman T 
Abbey R N " 
Haile Dr T J 

Hoiistmi intersects. 
Morris Brown College 

Cain ends. 
Hendrix J C 
Phillii)s H T 
Johnson ave commences. 
Elliott T 
Campbell W J 
Bruckner Eugene 
Spence N C 
Wikle W S D 
Williams Mrs G J 
Vacant 

High la nd a ve intersects. 
Foute Dr W E 

Adanis ends. 
Pittman C T 
Featherstone W S 
Nelson L B 
Carey Paul 
Blue E W 

Morris intersects. 
Gallagher J J 
Arnos M, c 

nice intersects. 



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&AILWA7&SUILSIN&SUrrLISS. 

Terra Cotta, Pressed Brick, 

Kinnear'8 2Jteel Ceiling, Bostwick Steel 
Lath, Etc. 

Teletiicas 533. No. 8 N. FOBSYTH. 



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371 Vacant 

Angler ave. intersects. 
403 Hopkins J L 
415 Hopkins C T 

Rankin commences. 
434 Williams T H 
449 Thomson W S 

Morgan commences. 
472 Aldredge J 
482 Collins J R 
488 Clarke P F 

GOING SOUTH. 

Tennell commences. 

68 Pearce J D 

70 Stahl Benedict 

74 Pendley P P 

94 Smith H W 

98 Mitchell M F 
102 Bain Wm 
106 Dickinson B 
112 Duncan J W 
116 Penley J 

Factory ends. ^ 
136 Hall J S 
138 Vacant 
142 Carrier R 
144 Weldon F 
146 Heinger Mrs Lizzie 
148 Vacant 
150 Daley Miss A 
152 Parker B 
156 Owens E 
158 Fields J 
160 Parker B 
162 Wellborn J 
166 Fleming R A 
168 Burgess B 
172 Fields Mrs Eva 



The Candy Kitchen. 



We use no paints nor colors in 
the manufacture of our Candies at 
G A R R O W'S, 1 00 Whitehsll Street. 



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Old Oiear Pepper, Old Crow Whiikiei 

sad Choieegt Wines snd Brsndief 
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Broad Streets. Tel 420. 



174 Webb Wm H 

E. Fair intersects. 
McDonald intersects, 
178 Ash TJ 
196 Martin & Henck 
200 Hughes H O 
202 Henck J S 

Woodivard ave intersecU. 
Bryan intersects. 
243 Curtis C F 

Glenn iyitersects. 

274 Lee Martha, c 

275 Pickert A F 

309 Vacant 

310 Vacant 

Sidney intersects. 
348 Wright James A 
352 Gouldy D H 

356 Everett Mrs L E 

357 Davison J W ^ 

Rosalie intersects. 
360 D'Alvigny C F S 
374 Crookshanks W 

Killian intersects. 
387 Doolittle E B 
391 Doolittle Mrs M F 
394 Fischer J A 
398 Bernard A H 
402 Cramer D 
452 Reed J C 



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Butler, I n of Merritts ave, ^O 
Ward 6. • • 



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JEWELERS, 

Wholesale and Ret it. 

URGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL ST. 

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. 
8 Bolton Mrs Frances 

11 Sisson Mrs A 

12 Harris Mrs Susan 
Davenport G G 

15 Webb W D 

16 Kimbrell S M 

19 Alford DA 

20 Phillips Crawford 
23 Holingsworth J A 

25 Glass R A 

26 ^ Atl Bapt Church 

28 i^angford J L 

29 Hardeman J A 

30 Akins J B 
32 Vacant 

34 Stich D G • 

37 Pennington J, c 

39 Bryant J L 

Ezzard commences. 

40 Whitley T J 
43 Leach Mrs M 

46 Upson John, c 

47 Dugged J A, r 
49-51 Pennington Doc, c 
50 Wise Henry, c 

55 Cox Louisa, c 
Edgeivood avenue intersects. 
Wheat intersects. 



10 Manghum M, c 

11 Kenyon N, c 

14 O'Neill E, r 

15 Laster h h, c 

18 O'Neill M, r . 

21 Randolph A, c 

22 Gibson G, c 

23 Williams M, c 

24 Davis L, c 

27 Cox J, c 

28 Jones F, c 

31 Thomas C, c 

32 Johnson Harvey, c 

35 Cunningham E, c 

36 Birch T, c 

39 Haynes C, c 

40 Broomfield J, ^ 
42 Dupes G, c 

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Highland ave n to Chestnut, 
I w of Hilliard, Ward 4. 

BRADY ALLEY, from Tren- 
holm to Lowe's Alley, i w of 
Walker. 



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 Tye J & Co 

2 Lint & Lovelace 
2^Lester Syl & Co 
2|Barker W W & Co 
2|Grant Ed L 

3 Emery Market Co 



M hp anl lecoratioss. 

MONCRIEF & CO. 

Telephone 402. 

8 South Broad St. 



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Bank and Office Railing, Window Guards and Elevator Enclosures. 



MQ TnDDCTT JL PH 'i Fire, Life, Accident, and Plate Glass Insaraitce 
.D. lUilDbll QL UU. I Agrents. St4ite Agents for Georgia and Alabama, 
SMM«Mr« to TorWtt * XeCundlMt. f Cftligraph Writing Machines. 

No. 22 Kimball House, Decatur St. ) TELEPHONE 72. 



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BROAD— Continued 

4 Phillips J W & Co . 

5 Davis & Davis 
\Mlson J F 

6AAtl Bacterrio Med Disp 

Hanbury T E 
7 Mcl.ure Portrait Co 
y^ohnson C Evans 

Cooper & Walker, c 

Millsom & Stratton 

Behlin- A H 

Childsl)rJ Arthur 

Kimball ] Walter 
u Wallace P J 
10 McClendon J J <Sc J l 
I 1 Bryant John, i 

1 2 Barnes J J 

13 Vacant 

1 4 Carr t i T 
.Shonio .\ M 

15 HoUis DB &Co 
i5^(irant Bldg 

Rooms — 

1-2 Holleman C L 
5-6 Sims Bros 
7-8-9 Glenn & Slaton 
1 o Cobb T R R . 
14-15 Mitchell h M & (i T 
16-17 Steele Lmb Co 
18-19 Chappie Dr J A 
20-21 Enterprise Lmb Co 
2;-26 Hinman R E 
27-29 Nixon & Lindsey 
3 1 33 Crenshaw ^Vm & 'I'hos 
36 Electropoise Victory 
37-38 Georgia Viari Co 
43 (irant J W 
44-48 Bruce v^ Morgan 

¥ewerpipe. 

S. A.ALBRIGHT, 

PLUMEER, STEAM HAS rm, 

8 West Wall Street. 

Telepltone 37:t. 



TKIFOb - F/IIMT * CO., 

MANUFACTUREBS OP 

READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Leadil-GoatCarriastPaintsic 

Factory, 375 Decatur Street. 

Office 56-58 Marietta Street. 

16-20 Neal John 
i6^Selman G C, jr 

Marietta intersects. 
27 Meriam F B 
27 Sanson i Benoni 
29 Brown John 
294Atl Consol St Ry 
31 Graham F B 
33 Jacot L 

35 Manning Furniture Co 

36 .Stewart D O & Co 
Campbell R O 
Ryle 1) M Sz Co 

37 Respass ^i Co 

Green, Mathews & Burch. 
39 Verner J J 

C & Ci Electric Co 

Randall R H 
39iNorris R H ; 

Cook Joseph S & Co ^ 

Simmons & Corrigan i, 

Hammond Joel F i 

Alexander J A 

Burnev J A 

Akers] H & Co 

Caldwell A B 

Culpepper J W 

Equitable B & L Assn 

Moore F F - 

Flagg A D 

King Royal Germetuer Co 

Davis Ellis & Co 

Rock mart Slate Co 

Atl Tile Co 

Snvder C R 

Cleveland V W 

Haskins C R 

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EISEMAN BROS. 

ONE PRICE 

Clothiers and Tailors, 

Nos. 15 and 17 Wbiteliall St. 



liROAD— Continued 
Hunt 1 Hamilton 
42^Estes j M 

43 Bushneil J E 

44 Coleman J M | 
44iChristian Scienjce Assn 

45 Phillips Harvey 

46 Manahan M W 

47 Jackson H H 
Home Bank of 
Nat Tontine B 

48 Roberts E M &r Co 
VVoodside J J I 
Preuss Geo Adj • 

W(dt<ni i)}fpr.^ff'fs. 
50 Paul & Cxullait 
54 Beatie j L • 
60 Davis J A y 
62 Wing A I ' 
64 Atl \Vire& Iroii Wks 
68 Wilson Seals Co ' 
Poplar u}f^r!^rfi<. 
78 G C Reed and |W W Co 

Schneider & Fmtsh 

New Era Gas Appliance Co 
82-84 Win^ate & Mell 
86 Choo Chunsjr 
88 Scarratt House | 

GOING SOUTH. 

1 Dimmock & Wallace 

2 Ware & Owenij^ 
Swift T L 
Mobley E D L^, 
Tallev A S r 
Gann R M ! 
McKinnon CJecirire M 

2^Confederate Hall 
Georgia Hedge; Co 



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Hopj)ie G E 
Atl Tool <:v: Supply Co 
Hoppie Bank Punch Co 
Piedmont Exposition Co 

3-5 Alexander J M C^' Co 

4 Sisson \' P 

4jJoyner W K 

siFoot & Davies 

6 Hook & Ladder (So No i 

7 Hendrix J C vi: Co 
Eowc «S: Manrv 

7Posche R C cV Co 
Hudgins H C <S: Co 

8 Byrd C P 

Atlanta Engraving Co 
Goldsmith Real Estate and 

Loan Agency 
Moncrief ^: Johnson 

8 i Lester J F cV Co 

9 Stockton Oic Kuhrt 

10 Atlanta Evening Journal 
loJWagstaff H C ' " 

Andrews W P 
Smith Burton 
Smith Hoke 
Pope W H 

1 1 Pause Robert 

ii^Smith J H V 

12 Neal Loan & Bk'g Co 

13 Guimarin F^ngles Co 

14 Woodward & Williams 
Ga Electric Light Co 
Garfield W S 
Dutton E W 

Dox C E 
i4iRed Mens Hall 
Grass Lumber Co 
Arkwright P S 



Dixie 



BHICI NG 
F>OAa£DER. 

This powder is made of the purest cream of 
tartar and soda, and contains no other drug 
or chemical. 

DIXIE BAKING POWDER CO. 
Holland 118 Peachtree St., Atlanta. (Ja. 



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Building &, Loan Ass n. r B. M. Farrar, Wm. a. Wright, H. C. Wright 

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BROAD— Continued 
Read t& Brandon 
Maricrita Guano Co 

15 Atl Home Ins Co 
i5^Inman S M & Co 

16 Sou Bnkg & Trust Co 
Basement — 

Bentley M H 
Alabama hdcr^^ccf.^. 

17 ^y alters Bros 
ly^Inman H T 

Jones D G 

Ellis & (jrav 

Ellis W D jr 

Collins Park & Belt R R 

1 8 New Home Sew M (^o 

19 Buchcr & Boyd 
19 Crenshaw J L 

Dallas G J 

Shropshire Isaac- 
Little J W 
i9:5Kennesaw Guano Co 

"Pratt N P 
21 Bennett B F 
2iyones C F 
22-24 Vacant 
23 Postell S W 

Vita Sanitarium 
25 Shockley W J & Co 

Atl Painting Co 
25^Cook Miss Lillie 

Fieber Mrs Fannie 

Trammel J 
26-30 Inman Building (Not 

complete at time of going 

to press) 

Mut Aid & Invest Co 

Zachry W I 




The Dresden, 

Fine China, Crockery, Glassware, 
Bric-a-brac. 

The most extensive stock in the 
city. Prices Low. 

37 Whitehall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 



Lewis Henry 
Piedmont L & B Co 

27 Burgess & Co 

28 Riley Grant 5^ ^^^ 
Cobb k Grant 
Georgia Sec & Bkg Co 

29 Chattahoochee Brick Co 
Parrott Lumber Co 

294Houk Dr D M 

30 Mueller L A 
The Dresden 

31 Atl Rubber Stamp and 

Stencil Works 
3i^Deitz Adolphe 

32 Johnson & Brotherton 
Consumers Com Co 

32|Moore-Munnerlyn Co 

33 Allen & Hamilton 
35jBroomhead & Street 

Phillips W R jr & Co 

36 Star Mfg Co 

37 Watts & Huff 
Furse M & Co 

38 Stokes John W 

39 Ives L M 
39jMoncrief Dowman & Co 

40 Atl Paint & Seed Co 

41 Perkins Machinery Co 
Atl R E Loan & I Co 
Johnson H L C 

43 Eubanks Robt S 
43^Fuller Jones & Co 

Hyde E H 
45 Baisden J A S 
47-49 Brown & King S Co 
50 Ryan Co 

Hunter intertects. 

High J M & Co 




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IBS iim & mil sm? co. 

Leather and Rubber 

BBI^TING, 

Hose, Packing, Ac. 
47 and 49 S. Broad Street 

BROAD— Continiitd 
5 1 Hoffman J J cV Co 
51 J (jcorgia Staats Zeitiing 
^^ Stamps O I> 
Hearn B L ' 

55 Kelley Bro i^' Billiard 

56 Lyndon C T 
O'Connor C U 

57 Evening Herald The 
Dennis J L 

Sou Shorthand iV: Bus Col 
Christian Index 

58 Hampton & Co 
58^McCo\vn Jas A 

59 Stallings J W & C'o 
Sp^Atl Label Press 
6o"Reeder M J 

61 Nick Holmes, <• 
McNair M, i 

62 Milner Wilder (!!s: Hagan 

63 Vacant 

64 H avert} M 

65 Vacant 

66 Gramlint; tjv: Nihbeti 
66\White S^S Dental Mfg Co 

67 Combs <v: Stone 
Lyndon C T 

68 Salter M T 

69 Brown & Hendrick 
71 LaHatte J H 

7 1 ^Carpenter C E 

72 Wood & Beaumont S ^ E 

Co 

73 Thomason ^: Son 
Phinips L W 

75 Stewart G B 
77 Singleton E P 
78-80 Loeb D C 



79 Bullock N H 
8 1 ^Southern Eancier 

Matthews J T 

Barfe (ieorge 

BROOMHEAD, from Leonard 
w to West End (Barracks), 
Ward I. 



BROTHERTOx\\ fromThomp 
son s e to Pryor, i s e of Gar- 
nett. Wards i and 2. 
6 Cook W E 

10 Certain M 

14 Bo wen Mrs E 

18 Eranklin Miss P 

19 Goldsmith Mrs T 

20 Dalv Mrs Ella 

21 Lovelace T A 

22 Jacobus J A 

46 Gershon Aaron 

47 Bishop r J 

48 Wormser S J 

49 Freisleben Abe 
^4 Vacant 

Is Reddy J W 

WhiUhiiU i liter !i€<itt^. 
8-; Giles | A ' 

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BROWNS ALLEY,from Gregg 
to Rawson, near Windsor. 
Ward 2. . 




• At whc lesale and retail. 

Mingo Furnace, Foundry & Steam 
Coke. 

M. C. WHITLOCK & CO. 

256 91AK1KTTA ftiT. 
Telephone 1415. 



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BROYLES, from Logan south 
to Clarke, i e of Hill, Ward 3. 
! I Hofmeister E 
14 Farrell I L 
16 Harkins R L 
18 Adams L 
20 Vacant 
22 Vacant 
26 Reeder W L 
30 Cochran E H 

BRYAN, from South Boulevard 
e to limits, 2 s of Fair. Ward 3. 
67 Cummings C G 
73 Arrington G P 

76 James C T 

77 Schmitz W F 
82 Chase J L 
90 Baldwin R 
94 Langley J T 
96 Williams A B 



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Irom Form wait e to Pulliam, 
nr city limits. Ward 2. 

15 Saunders L A 

24 Stallings J L 

32 \'acant 

34 Vacant 

37 McVickers H 

40 Buena Vista 

Mission Church 

41 Dorm an J D 

44 Smith J S 

45 Crriffith B F 
48 Bridges J W 

BURCKEL, See BERCKEL 



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STOVE CO. 

98 WHITEHALL STREET, 

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—CONTRACTORS IN — 

Raising and IQcving Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special t - ciliiiea 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telepbone 844. 21% B. Alabama. 

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

2 Pearce T, c 

3 (9) Aughtman J A 
Bell J 

Simmonds C M 
Vacant 
Freeman ] 
Wells H H 

18 Sneed J X 

19 Cox MW 

21 Davis E M 

22 Vacant 
24 Yarbrough M C 
25^ Vacant 

Maiufum intersects. 

Bell LM 

Bruce J L 

Vacant 

Vacant 
45 Field Mrs S E 
49 Thomas J C 
52 Varner H 

52 Barrett Robert 

53 Harwell M P 

54 Barks hock F 

57 Bessa C A 

58 Vacant 

59 Croft Thomas 

60 Vacant 

61 Turnage T J 

62 Vacant 
64 Allen J 
70 Jackson W F 

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82 Lyon Cx' W 
86 Kitchen R, c 
91 Crawford L N 



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And WHIPS of all kinds. 

60 SOUTH BROAD ST. 



BL'SH — Continued 
94 Maync Mrs \\ ' 

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97 (iravitt W W • 
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I20 Xix R H . 

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

CrOIXG NORTH. 

7 A'acant 

S Jefiers M I. 

1 I Brice N A 

12 Rives M A ' 

14 Barker (i 

15 Scotl PL 

18 Leon K \ 

22 GollinLcion | 1. 
23-31 PhLtnix Planing Mill 
24 Harris W, i 
28 Borochoff Max 

43 Valoviich Samuel 

44 Hartsfield C C, • 

44 Haij»er George 

45 (ioldstein I 

47 Max M \ ■ ' 

48 Honar L 

49 Rosenthal M 

52 Pritchett AV L 

53 Lanier 'J' 

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Rogers A H 

(ireen H L ' 

Hardeman Wm J 

Murray M | 

LeSueur J A 

Jt'nkinf interprets. 

Butler P 

Ha( kman J 
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X'atani 

(irady Hospital 
( '<>lle(/e infers^'efs, 

A M K Church 

Floyd n V 

Wriij;ht L. c 

Porter F^dward. r 

Inman Wm. <• 

Lane H. < 
A^icant 

Teasley I T, c 

Ham E, c 

Thompson W H, r 
Jenkins Howard, c 
Worthy L <' 
Harris L t 
.NLacklin V . i 

Ijl(jetvotHl are infei'}feet<. 
Allen (ieo. t- 
Mitchell B, i 
Banks Austin, r 
Vacant 

If heed interseefs. 
Big Bethel A M K Church 
Clark T A, r 
Lee Thomas, c 
Terrell Jordan, e 
Caldwell Raleigh, f 






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114 & 116 Whitehall Street. 
Sells Lubricating* and Machine Oils. 



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48 Newton Annie, e 

49 Simms | L '' 



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dates Henry, e 
Jackson Walter 
Lee Nelson, e 
lavingston John, c 
Brown John, c 
Andrews Jamea, r 

74 Turner J, < 

75 Steele R, c 

78 Thomas N, e 

79 Cireen Adam, e 

82 DansbyT R 

83 Singleton R, < 

88 Walton Lena, f 

89 Easley S W, e 
92 Sims 1), (■ 

96 Fanin Lucius, r 

201 Hill Peter, c 

202 Harrison H, e 

203 Winn Dan, r 

204 Brown Henry, f 

Hotixfon lnter»ects. 
Gate City Colored School 
207 Crew Wyatt, t 
225 U pshaw 'I'homas, f 
227 Harrison I*. < 
229 Vacant 
231 Vacant 
233 Shedrick L, c 

Klli.< intei'Aevt<. 
239 McCann \., e 
241 Vacant 

243 Mashburn E. c 

244 Daniel L, e 

245 Strong Nellie, i 



The Candy Kitchen. 



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the manufacture of our Candies at 
CARROW'8, 1 00 Whitehall Street. 



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11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 vni 80 
Broa<l Streets. 

Telephone 4 20. 



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246 Freeman M, c 
2^-j Blakely C. c 
249 Nesbitt J, e 

251 Connyhead J, 

252 Butler A, c 

253 Johnson Berry, e 

254 Miller N, i 

256 Wilson E, c 

257 Buford B, i 

258 Reed Berry, c 

259 James R, < 

261 Hawkins P M, i' 

Cain intei'sedii. 
271 Butts M, c 
273 Stanton Chas c 
277 Holcomb W. c 
284 Janes Wm, c 
286 Fry Wm, c 

289 Stag John, c 

290 Hightower Kinch 
292 Johnson Chas, c 

Hollensworth Geo, c 
Harris intersecti. 
307 Barnett Fred, c 
309 Blanchard John, r 
311 Hall Frank, c 
313 Turner Rice, r 
315 Cloud H, c 

318 Davis Will, f 

319 Vacant 

320-322 Wilson Tom, r 
321 Warren S, e 
324 Panion J, r 

326 Burk T, r . 

327 Lee Andrew, c 

328 Story Gus, i 

Baker intersect^. 
332 White Jube» c 



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Wholesale and Pet it. 

LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHAIX ST. 



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Jackson A, i 
Gordon A, <• 

GOING SOUTH. 

Hill Wm, c 
Can* C, c 
Daniels Ollie, r 
Hell Mary, c 
-13 Rawlins Mrs Annie 
Lindley Moses, r 
Moreton H M 
Carter Mary, f 
Hogan Nelson. <• 
Howard Mad Abbie 

Raihowh iuierseet. 
34 Woodward Lumber Co 
Johnson E, c 
Daniel C, c 

Ga College Eclectic Med 
Giles C R 
Tolbert P, c 

Hunter hiterxpcU. 
Robinson M, r 
Wilson UC, r 
(xrissom S, c 
Crumley S, i- : 

Morris L J 
Reese L, c ; 

Ford E, £• ■ 

Clemmons M, i | 
Matthews P, f 
Lane Dilla, c 
Stokes D, c 
Curtwright B V 
Caplan Isaac 
Oliver N A 
Brook M C 
Jenkins C, c 



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lioulevard and w to Marietta 
I s of Harris, Wards 4, 5 
and 6. 

GOING FAST. 

15 Vacant 

I 7 CoUogne B; 

18 Vacant I 

19 Hanna Mr^ B H 
22 Dawson J Fl 

25 Patteison F F 

26 Long W A 
28 Vacant 

fry interserti'. 

43 Harris Mrs L N 

44 Talley A N 

45 Kruger E H 
48 Winship C R 

51 Bass W A 

52 Johnston Mrs R C 

55 Kenan T H 

56 Cheatham A T 

60 Dlaey W R 

61 Stowers L H 

65 Reichl Miss E F 

66 Austin T H 
70 Berbusse C 

Courtkiwl ' ittfrrsectx. 
83 Howard J 
S4 Robinson ¥ M 
85 Garret J W 

88 Johnson F, r 

89 Johnson J, c 

Clifford ends, 
92 Stubbs Charles, c 
96 Perkins N, t: 



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CAIN — Continued - 
99 Brown E, ^ - 

02 Henry ], c 

03 Crozier G C 

04 Williams Oscar 

07 Cook Ben, r 

08 Freeman P F, c 

11 Smith A 

12 Saxton J P, i' 
1 6 Perkison E, c 

Piedmont ave inter»ed». 

18 Clay Wm, c 

19 Rivers Sam, f 
24 Childers Geo 

Alston Allen, i 

28 Turner C, c 

29 Vacant 

30 Burnett A W^, c 

34 Maynard Mrs A W 

37 Wilson Wm, c 

38 Gates I L, r 

40 Walker Abe, c 

41 Robinson E, <r 

42 Walker Abel, r 
45 Farrow Abe, i 
48 Mitchell S, c 

50 Fanning Charles, c 

51 Keith Wm, c 

52 Howard Robert, c 

53 Williams John, c 

56 Simmons Briscoe, f 

57 Brown A, c 
Butler intersects. 

61 Simms A, c 

62 Todd Abram, r 

63 Nelson Wm, r 

66 Keller Neel, c 

67 Harrison Alfred, c 

PLUMBING- 

S. A. ALBRIGHT, 

8 West Wall St. 

Telephone 373. 

Centennial Building. 



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TRIPOD PAINT CO., 

56-S8 Marietta Street. 



168 Ridley Robt, i 
170 Harrison F, f 

173 Hurt Euke, i 

174 Barks C, f 

178 Ford Z T, i' 

179 Hull John, c 

181 Banks Geo, c 

182 High tower C, c 

183 Gaines Clem, c 

184 Maxwell Allen, r 

185 Tank Joe, r 

186 Stigers M, r 

189 Long Wm, f 

190 Sam Wm, i' 

193 Thomas Henry, c 

194 Josey T, r 

196 Lewis James, t" 

197 Askew Robert, r 

198 Howard Robert, c 
202 Brown Louis, r 
206 Anderson Arthur, i 
210 Hey wood J, i' 

212 Simon ton J S, c 

Foit inter!it('t'<. 
214 Wright B 
218 White I, c 
221 Hill Miles, r 
224 Echols J 
230 Morrison B M 

Hilliard intei'serti*. 
242 Bugg W B 
246 Bishop T L 
250 Rushing A J 

253 Green A H 

254 Krutch C C 

260 Irwin C B 

261 Dunlap J G 
266 Dunlap J C 





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Nos. 15 and 17 Wliitehall St. 



CAIN — Continued 
267 Murphy Joseph H 
271 Jackson H H 

274 Sims Mrs R 

275 Rogers J T 

Jackson intersecU. 

GOING WEST. 

19 Vacant 

21 Paschal R A 

Spring intersect^. 
39 Zimmer V 
43 McAfee M A 
45 Haltiwanger A J 
Church endH. 
49-51 Burke W B 
53 Randall S 
55 Vacant 
58 Cooke Edward T 
61 Lilev FE 

Jackson M. c 
WiUiamx cmmnenc^A. 

Williams M B 

Thomas Z. c 
70 Vac?nt 

J((me>< ends*. 
82 Manning A A 
87 Withcrspoon W I, 
89 Furhy J 

92 Liorenz Joseph 

93 Cunningham Mrs A B 

Bartow cndi. 



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95 Chase R F 
97 Moorefield J H 

Orntp comnn^nc^'A. 
102 Schafer J 

104 Vaughan \\ S 

105 Forsyth Wm 
III Forsyth J A 



1 13 Welch George 
1 17 Dennis Green 

L nckie in fei'secU. 



CALHOUN, changed to Pied- 



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CAPITOL AVENUE, from E 
Hunter at State Capitol to 
limits. 2 e of W^at^hington, 
• divides Wards 2 and 3. (See 
also Capitol Square.) 
E. Mik-hell ends'. 
46 'I'homas G S 

Butler comn^nce.s. 
59 Pendleton J T . 

64 Lewis J W 

65 Hay good W A 

66 Vacant 

70 Baugh S L 

Fair intersect^. 

73 Newton C S 

74 Snyder L 

78 McLean J J 

79 Thomas H 

80 Smith J C 

82 Cap Furn Rep Wks 
8k Freeman W G 
86 Robinson Mrs E 

88 Vacant 

89 W^illiamson C P 

90 Vacant 
94 Irvin I B 

98 Kirki)atrick W M 

99 Tupper S Y 
loi Orme J T 

Woodward are inten^ecii^. 
107 Egleston Thos 



Dixie Baking Powder. 

All users of this powder notice the very 
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whether eaten .hot or cold. 

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08 Henson Mrs A 

1 1 Foster J H 

1 2 Mann & Co 

14 Bowen & Holcombe 

16 Johnson J W 

17 Brosius J M 

18 Clower& Bradford 
20 Smith W P & Co 

23 Vacant 

24 W^inningham O 
2 7 Ebbert A P 

28 Foster John H 
32 Allen E T 

35 Milton Miss M E 

36 Butt J W^ 

Rawson intersect^. 

42 Curran J M 

43 Harrison J P 

44 Vacant 

51 Hillyer Henry 

52 Shropshire A 1 
56 Davis Mrs M E 

58 Muse E H 

59 Vacant 

60 Thomas W J 
62 Karsten M 

Clarke intersect^'. 

7 1 Dorsey R T 

72 Robertson U O 
76 Vacant 

79 Muse George 

83 Davis J H 

84 Goldsmith M E 

87 Pinson J F 

88 Mays Mrs Sue L 

91 Rushton Mrs M S 

92 Holcomb J R 

Office, 37 Marietta Street, Atlanta, 6a. 

Telephone 118. 
Moving a pleasure by getting 

Read'8 Transfer. 

If you are going to break up housekeep- 
ing, give us your key and we will taKe 
charge of your goods, pack and store 
them; or get freight rates and. ship to 
any point. 



The Dresden, 

Rochester Lamps, Library Lamps, 
Fancy Lamps, Chandeliers, 

Burners, Chimneys and Wicks 
of every style. 

37 WliiteliafI St. and 30 S. Broad St. 



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209 
212 
213 
216 
217 
220 
273 
224 
227 
228 
231 
232 

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239 

240 

243 
244 

247 
248 

251 

252 

261 
267 

274 
284 

307 

312 
327 



Rankin Mrs F L 
Beatie D A 

Fulton interaectis. 
Grubb Mrs E H W 
Mims R E 
Mitchell O E 
Bell W S 
Von der HoyaL 
Craig I N 
Reese H 
Gee John A 
Vacant 
Forbes G B 
Loyless W A 
Stewart Mrs C R 
Stevens T N 
Richards W G 
Vacant 

Richardson intenfecta. 
Jordan E H 
Christian T T 
Abercrombie Hugh 
Key T T 
Evans R R 
Robinson J B 
Sciple G W 
Moore Jno M 
Jones Dunwoody 
Byington G W 
Cobb H H 
Swift Mrs L B 

Crumely intersecta. 
Dolly Georsje, c 
Davis R T^^- 
Beardsley Charles 

Glenn inter sects. 
Yeandle W H 
Beedles Mary, c 



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329 Boyd D, < 

Vacant 

Everett J H 

Wood W J 

Wagstaff H C 

2d Bapt Miss Ch 
Georgia ave InteA'^ccU. 
349 Patty H M 
353 Kenney F M 
357 Catcliing B H 
365 Ponder J M 
375 Atwater H L 

Baaa interi^ecU. 

386 Johnson F 

387 Cranston Henry 

388 Hoge T H 
391 Crane E D 
403 Biirkert J M 

Kempton J F 

(raston J McF 

(Joldsniith H H 
Little hitt r^i'ti*. 
485 Wing A J 

Onmmd InterxeetA. 
505 Jackson H R 
515 Hill Mrs M | 
518 Swift J M " 
521 Fuller Watson 

Vanlra hiteraett^. 
554 Johnson J C P 
563 Mann R J 
567 Kernodle C C 
577 Vacant 
588 Baldwin Mrs M J 

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CAPITOL PLACE, from 
Peters to E Mitchell, i w 
Capitol ave, Ward 2. 
13 Vacant 

1 7 Vacant 

18 Pool Wm W 
21 Vacant 

26 Beaumont A A 



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E. Mitchell st, from Washing- 
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Terrace from Mitchell to Hun- 
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Georgia State Capitol. 
6 Rains Laur3. c 
26 Thompson J S 
28 Badger A, c 
30 Angier E A 

32- South Side School for Boys 
34-36 Capital JFemale College 
38 Hargrove L P 
42 Fagan C A 
93 Calhoun A W 
97 Jones M L 
105 Baird J B 
113 Martin C J 
121 Jackson Henry 
131 Bozeman Evie A 



CARLTON, from Glenn n to 
Whitehall, 1 vv of Ocmulgee 

2 Carlton J C C 

3 McDonald E 
Baker J P 

24 Register C E 
26 Kelley E 



M. C. WHITLOCK & CO. 

Sole Agents for 

MINGO STEAM COAL 

256 MARIETTA ST 

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II Pullin Ella, c 
1 5 Wade Jennie, c 
18 Sullivan Geo, i 

23 Bobo G W 

24 Brown Winnie, c 

25 Harris G H 
28 May A, c 

32 Keith Mittie, c 
34 LaBord Richmond, i 
Lowe intenect^. , 

40 Russell Geo, r 

41 Evans Josie, r 

43 Roberts Lavinia, i' 

45 Vacant 

47 Ray Ed, c 

49 to 59 Vacant 

Maple inter^ecii^. 
• G ranger intersectii. 
201 Glover O H P 
205 Vacant 
207 Rudolph Nicholas 
211 Quinn J H 
217 Richardson B 

219 Millwood C F 

220 Oliver R, r 

221 Brown R J 
225 Spear Mrs N C 

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241 Middlebrooks Robert, r 



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for Moving Heavy Articles. 

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CASTLEBERRY, from For 

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Ward I. 

5 Purcell Mrs B 

7 Vacant 
13 Rosenbaum H 

Thompson ends. 
22 Leibermuth David 
24 Vacant 
27 Regenstein Gabriel 

31 Haverty Michael 

32 Berline Mrs Kate 
37 Vacant 

41 Wooton Mrs S A 

C R. B. interiievts. 
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22 W^oody S, (' 
26 Reeves H, c 
28 Moore A, r 
32 Jordan W H 
38 Richards W B 
40 Huddleston W 
44 Byron J H, r 
58 Vacant 

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to Boulevard, 1 s of Edge- 
wood ave, Ward 4. 
17 Herndon W G 

Ackerman C E 
Holbrook Mrs X | 
Cleveland T P ' 

35 Jernigan R B 

36 Partee John 

39 Reynolds F B 

40 Nichols Wm 

42 4th Presbyterian Church ' 

43 Mason A J, r 
47 Long E, c 

51 Stephens Wm,'f- 

Fiizgerahl hiter>iei'.U, 
54 Strickland P, c 

56 Brown G, t* 

57 Evans G, c 

59 Clark Robert, c . 

64 Tucker Miller, <• ■ 

65 Banks O, c 

66 Long Edward, c 
68 Vacant 

70 Stafford Mrs M H 
Boulevard intersecU. 



CHAPEL, from Elliott s w to 
limits, I w of Walker, Ward i. 
29 Doolittle M 
31 Alexander S, <• 
35 Vacant ; 

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56 Spivey M, r 

57 Johnson L, f 

58 Smith J, c 

59 King C, <• 

60 Porter S, c 

61 Russell T, c 

62 Mangum C, i' 
6^ Pope W, r 

65 Cook M, <• 

66 Dunn J, r 

67 Vacant 

68 Cridel M, r 

69 Vacant 

79 Combs D, c 
. 88 Gober M C 

Ilayne intersedsi, 
89 Black L T 

94 Stubbs L, t 

95 Swinney E T 
99 King W A 

100 Harris J, c 

102 Collins W, c 

103 Mitchell J, c 

105 Beadles E, c 

106 Echols J T, c 

107 David R, c 
no Elam J, c 
112 Tolliver R, c 

115 Fletcher M H 

1 16 Asbury G, c 

119 Stearns Mrs N C 

120 Mitchell A P 
125 ShielsT H 
129 Harvey WW 

Tatnall intersects. 
131 Akridge G W 
137 Suttles J L 



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141 Owen W J 

Nelson ends. 
45 Jackson A A 
47 Ferryman Y H 
51 Ligon i) W 
56 Osborn James M 
61 Stovai O 

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63 Ogletree J P 
65 Haynes REG 

71 Christianson H 

72 Sigman G P 

75 Barron H W 

76 Belcher Thomas L 

79 Vacant 

80 Thompson John A 
82 McGregor W M 
85 Bradford Mrs L I 
87 Flynn W M 
89 Flynn W, jr 

JFair intersect^. 

93 Smith J W 

94 Smith t G 
96 Rasbury W H 

98 W^olfe H R 

99 Gammon M 

201 Chapman Mrs S A 

202 Stewart Mrs Susan C 

203 Hardaway H E 

205 Brickell D C 

206 Sullivan John H 
211 Peacock I P 
215 Waggoner J W 

Larkin inter sevU. 
2 23 'Divine V O 
230 Westmoreland G G 
234 Baer Max J 



The Candy Kitchen. 

FINE BONBONS 

And Home Made French Candies. 
G ARROW'S, 100 Whitehall Stheet. 



The Choicest and Finest Brands 

Old Oscar Pepper, Old Crow Whiskiei 

and Choicest Wines and Brandies 
Direct Imported. 

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



237 Howard J, f 
239 Stanley S, c 
241 Vacant 

Trenhohn end.^. 
248 Blue Julia, i' 

251 Vacant 

252 Jenkins Spencer, <■ 

253 Williams S, c 

255 Metts S, c 

256 Hatfield George, <• 

257 Henderson H, <* 

259 Cochran H, c 

260 McHenry Ella, c 

Hills ave ends. 

261 Wagner A, c 
263 Harris Martha, r 

265 Mack Wm, c 

266 Slemmons James F 

267 Vacant 

268 Smith Frederick, r 

269 Davis Isaac, c 

270 W^illiams J, c 

273 Denton G, c 

274 Epinger Richard, c 

McDanlel iniersect». 

275 Speer Lewis, c 
277 Davis Abe, c 
279 Hardaway ], c 
289 Pellegrini P 

Holland commences. 
304 Pellegrini & Castleberry 
311 Westmoreland, L, ^ 
313 Dexter H, c 
317 Brown J, ^ 
•319 Sinkler J D, r 
321 Austell N, I 

Humphries intersects. 



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fOH pkaohtree street. 



Assists in the securing of 
partners and the buying and 
Mlling of all kinds «f W«It' 
nat« hnslneflses. 



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JEWELERS, 

Wholesale and he\ il. 

LAR6EST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL ST. 

CHAPEL— Continued 
333 Warren's Chapel, <• 

335 Terrell Frank 

336 Fleming (> V 

Jjizzir <'ominence,'<. 

337 flail Hampton, <• 

360 Campbell O, i' 
7.62 CoviiiiTton A, t 
364 Dean Robert. ^ 
366 Arnold A. <■ 
368 Daniel M. , 
^70 lones A. <• 
378 'Mobley J.\ 
380 SmalbAood (i, r 
382 Darden Morgan, r 
384 Duncan Richard, r 



CHA'nAHOOCHEK, 
called Davis.) 



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CHERRY, from -North ave n 
to limits. I e of Plum. 
2 (iay F Hr 
6 Carter G V 

10 Vacant 

18 Futrtrll WH H 

22 \'acant 

26 Vacant 

-3 I'd inf*'i'-''ects. 

SS Simms P D 

62 McMillai) I !; 

66 Reynolds ii A 

72 Phillips i\ H 

74 Lofion I H 

76 ]ones\ (.' 

4.tfi i/it'n'i<ectf<. 



CHESINUT, from Green's 
Ferrv ave n to, Bell wood, 
Ward I. 
1 6 Crow J W 
18 Stewart J R | 
20 Brvant D H : 
39 Rush Henry, <* 
41 Hill Raymond, r 

Fair intersects. 
81 Pitts L, c i 

135 Boddy (}uy, c i 

Bechvith interiiecUt. 
142 Backus B j 

150 Spraggins J T | 
160 Ciullins D G, c 
164 Glasgow C, c 
172 Spain W, c 
182 Bond J T 
188 Granger Fl A 
206 Wright Richard, t 
208 Reed R, c 
210 Lindsey H, c 
212 Mall J, (• 

Hunter intersectfi. 
222 Snelson F G. r 
Bell Wm, r 
Xeal &: Reeves 
A M E Church 

238 Williams A J, r 

239 Cox I'^leanor, r 
245 Brown Robert, r 

251 Vacant 

252 Haggard J B 
254 (.'orley J T 
2S^ Ravford I, r 

257 Bellamy R, r 

258 Jones R S 

Carter intersect^-*. 



Wall Paper anl Deeoratioss. 

MONCRIEF & CO. 

Telephone 402. 

8 South Broad St. 



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WRITING MACHINES. '< It sUnds at the head.** 

M. B. TORBETT A CO., (Successors to Torbett & McCandleas,} 
General Agents for Geor^a and Alabama 
HOUSE, DECATUR STBEET. 



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CO 5 273 McMillan C A 
< g 274 Kirby C M 
^ o 277 Bankston C H 
X ^ 278 Jackson W B 
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< 315 Sterchi Parmen C 
> 323 Burke H P 
= 327 Raab John 

Foundry inter'^ecti'. 
3 333 Boggs C S 
338 Vacant 
342 Thomas J H, r 
362 Head S, <- 
372 Jordan Charlie 
402 Wynne Willis 
406 Vacant 
a: I410 Wynne W C 
•»=i4i4 Graham T C 
2^416 Hairston C A 
^ J 418 Pridgeon W C 
r^ g 420 Vacant 
Pi 424 Shockley W M 
0:^432 Jett W A 



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CHURCH, from Peachtree at 
Forsyth n w to Cain, i n e of 
James, W^ard 6. 
7 Reed M A 
16 Baker H E 

Fairlie intersects. 
Church of Our Father 
20 Horsey Mrs L N 



PLUMBING. 

S.A.ALBRIGHT, 

8 West Wall St. 

Telephone 373. 

Centennial Building. 



BFilsts ' Wa ierials. 

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TRII^OD PAINT CO., 

S6-68 Marietta Street. 

2 2 Cook Mrs W A 

24 Maloy J 

26 St Amand Joseph G 

28 Sindall C A 

32 Seidell Charles W 

34 Vacant 

Cone intersects^ 

35 Jones Mrs S C 
37 Gavan John H 
39 Jarvisijohn S 

43 Muckenhoupt John 

46 Billings A E 

48 Smith Miss A 

49 Lagomarsino John 
56 Lamar C A 

Spring intersect^^^ 
60 Drake J 'R 
64 Leslie Mrs 1 H 
68 Parks John'S 



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CLARK, from Waterhouse n 
to Wylie at city limits. 
12 Clay J H 
30-22 Watts A, I ' 
24 Waits H, c 
26 Jones J, c 

28 Pittard Lina, c 

29 Reynolds J, c 

30 Curry* Annie, c 

31 Jones B H, ^ 
32-34 Hill G, c 
33 Walker A, r 

36 Vacant 

37 Gibson I, c 

38 Vacant 
40 Vacant 



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Clothiers $ Hatters, 

Nos. 15 and 17 Whitehall St. 



CLARK— Continued 
42 Vacant 
44 Fenn C H 
46 Vacant 
54 Hall N, I- 

56 Walker A, ^• 

57 Thomas G, r 

58 Hawkins Catiieiine, r 

67 Burdette H, r ' 

68 Jordan E, ^ 

CLARKE, from Pulliam e.'i s 
of Rawson, Wards 2 and 3. 

15 Higgins J A 

16 Branson O M * 

Washington inteisecU. 
51 Adler M , 

Creiv intersect'^. 
Capitol are intersect'^. '^ 
115 Chapman Rena, c • 

117 Davis John, < 
it8 Pitts M P, .- 

1 19 Lee L L, r 

120 Ballard Lewis, <• 

122 Walker Jonas, c 

123 Downs R R, t' 

Allen Temple A M E Ch 

124 Warner M, r 
126 Sims John c 
131 Cargile M, <■ 

Fraser intersects. ^ 
143 Johnson R, r * J 

145 Turner R, c ' '^ 

146 Tyler C, r 

148 Hadden T G, <" 

149 Batde A F, r 

152 Jackson T, <r 

153 Bethel M, c 



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Brooks J H, t 
At water 1, r 
McCray S, c 
l,owe E, c 
Cox W\ I 

Maddox V D,- c 
Mays A, c 
Burton E, c 
lolliver Hannah, c 
liutler P, i 
Vncant 
North Lula, c 
Stacks M. c 
Freeman I, c 
Ford \\' M, i- 
Smith Cr. f 
Saxton W, c 

Martin i niar sects . 
Jackson A, c 
*^Huson S, c 
Jones W I 
Hicks Miss Annie 
Robinson Mose, r 
Watkins E, c 
Kellev Lucv, c 
Anderson Alfred, <• 
Scott L <■ 
May W, .• 
Waikci I, c 
Archer R C 
Walker R 
Ball I C 

Joy J 
Ricliardson S L 



CLEVELAND, from Macon w 
to Central, 2 n Bleckley ave, 
beyond northern limits. 



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LIFE INSURAHCB CO., •t N«!w«rk, S. i. Aneta VTer FiftT XIUIm Dsllmrs. 
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upon which splendid returns are secured. 

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CLIFFORD, from Ellis n to 
Cain, I w of Piedmont ave, 
Ward 6. 
9 Vacant 

1 1 Merrell A H 

12 Hart F W 

14 Fambro S, c 

15 Roe A E 

1 7 Vacant 

18 Badger R H, r 

21 Graves A, c 

22 Simpson W B, r 
25 Williams J, c 

28 Wood J 



CLOUD'S ALLEY, from loi 
Harris s to Cain. 



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. 
1 1 Tidwell F, c 
18 Patrick S, c 
20 Howard C 
22 Brooks L, c 
24 Henderson M, c 

Butler intt'r.<eet'<. 
42 Turner L, r 
46 Durden E 
50 Williams T, <• 
Hubbard 'P, .- 
Carlton George, c 
56 Tanner G W 

Pratt intersect.^. 
1 14 \\'inn H, c 

Office, 37 Marietta Street, Atlanta, 6a. 

Telephone 118. 

Moving a pleasure by tretting 

Read's Transfer. 

If you are going to break up housekeep- 
ing, give us your key and we will tafed 
charge of your goods, pack and sto.e 
them; or get freight rates and ship to 
■my point. 



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The Dresden, 

Rogers Siherplated Ware, Table 
Cutlery, Lamps, 

Largest Variety. Lowest Prices. 

37 Wkitehall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 



COLLIER ALLEY, from Nel- 
son to Mangum, Ward i. 

COLLINS, from Decatur s to 
Railroad (north of Decatur is 
now Courtland ave), Ward 6. 
3 Clarke Mad Carrie 
Burton Mad Belle 
Train Mad Nellie 
Hill Mad Blanche 
Price Mad Fannie 
Lee Mad Minnie C 
Price Mad Annie 
Singer iS;: Miller 
2 2 Frazicr S, r 
25 Farmer C H 



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CONE, tVom Marietta n e to 
Church, I s e of Spring, 
Wards 5 and 6. 
1 1 Phillips E H 

Walton intersects. 
Moore Mrs E E 
Fulton Mrs Marie 
Vacant 

34 Draper W W 

Poplar intersects. 

35 Harrison George W 

40 English James W 

41 Goodwin G 

50 Turner John D 

Luckie inter.^ect^. 

61 Green J T 

62 Hamilton Wm 

65 Rogers O H 

66 Anderson Rev E F 

Janus i itersects. 

67 Tilton Theodore W 



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39H S. BROnD ST. 



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CONP:— Continued 
70 Pritchard 'Mrs L V 
73 (iann V V' 
■j6 York L W 
80 l^awrence Mrs L 



CONN ALLY, from E Fair s. i 
e of Martin, Ward 3. . 

8 Vacant .^ 

9 Knox P P * ^ 

1 Yacant ^ 

2 (Gilbert T 

6 Whidby AT ' 

7 Willis J P, 
9 Johns G W » 

20 Gibbs E T j , 

23 Pinkston (i H 

24 Langford G N 

26 Shivers J 

27 Agricola H A 
Woodimvd are intrr.^rcts. 

41 Hiscox W H 

50 Hoover H L 

54 Stewart Mrs Mary E ? 

58 Lynch Mrs Mary A 

Logan end^. 
69 Standard C Q 
79 Williams A, c 

Clarke interi^eet^. 

100 Johnson P R 

1 01 Carlisle Sarah, t' 

102 Mitchell CO 
1 10 Brown M H 
114 Peek S W 

118 Reeves Mrs Mary 
Solomon intersect^!. 
Fulton. Intersects. 
151 Henderson H, <* » 




157 Thompson A, <• 

liiehard^on intrr-<ect!<. 
159 Meade E L, < 
163 Kemp H, c 
1 7 1 Hughes W, c 
175 Jones 1, c 
179 Jones J, r 

Ik'ich miunl In 1erst'ff.<. 
187 Adams L, r 

drmnley Intersects. 
Glenn Interprets. 
Georqia ace IntersecU. 
Wellborn W C 

Little Interxeet.^. 
P^ligan Preston, c 
Cargile J^ewis, r 
Jjore Intersects. 



COOKS ALLEY, from Ezzard 
n, I e of Cornelia, Ward 4. 



Whitehall at 
I e of Wind- 



COOPER, from 
Fair s to limits, 
sor, Ward 2. 
■ 8 Carlton B C 
10 Yillard W D 
12 Farmer I N 
16 La Fontaine E L 
20 Campbell C T 
Benjamin Sol 
Allen H S 
Liebman S 
Revson Frank 
28 Cleveland V W . 
31 Vacant 
^^ Howard W H 
34 Saul W S 

Woodward ace Intersects. 



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At 'Wholesale and retail. 
Ming-o Lump, Nut, Steam, Anthra- 
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C. WHITLOCK & CO. 

256 MARIKTTA ST. 

Telephone 1415. 



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Oeneral Agents for (Georgia and Alabama 
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35 Lansdell Mrs L Z 
45 Boynton J C 
49 Johnson C H 

53 Raleigh A L 

54 Schumann Theodor 

57 Wood E W 

58 Thorn C C 
62 Behre C H 

Itaicson Intersects. 
ZB> White J J 
96 Collier M L 

Eugenia Intersecti^. 
105 Reinhardt E W 

Fulton Interseet^. 
144 Schaefer RoHert N 

147 Browne W G 

148 Still J T 

Richardson Intersects. 
Crumleg intersects. 
205 Pines Mrs M E 
213 Cook Wm E 

216 Shumate J B 

2 1 7 Wallace C C 
221 Morgan G W 

224 Strickland H E 

225 Boggus T B 

228 Sniith D 

229 Wooden W Y 
233 Smeath J J 
237 Bond J E 

241 Broyles R A & Co 
Glenn intersectx. 

243 Davidson W M 

244 Moore J 

247 Tavlor T P 

248 Delhi J C 
2^1 Toland L B 



MEMPH 

STOVE CO. 

98 WHITEHAIili STBEET. 
See Page 67. 



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PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN— 

liiiiai ni ffloviii |niliia|i, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special FHcllilles 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21>i E. Alabama. 

252 Center P W 

255 Long J D 

256 Rilley Michael 

257 Vacant 

258 Ward R H 
261 Eberhart J H 

264 Vacant 

265 Jordan A P 

266 Haggerty Hatch H 
271 Alexander John W 

GeorgUi ave Intersects. 
Duke W C 
Tennessee Interseets. 

Dodd Intersects. 
Hendricks intersects. 
404 Stockton J W . 
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to Edgewood ave, i e of 

Bradley, Ward 4. 

2 Bradford Samuel 

5 Simpkins ID 

8 Williams Charles, c 
12 Sykes Mary, c 
14 Jones Minnie, c 
18 Hawley Charles 

21 Ayers Samuel A 

22 Eskew J W 

25 Bentley Wm A 



Hunnicutt&BellingratliCo.,! 



52 and 64 Peaohtroe Street. 



Estimates Cheerfully Furnished 
. for 

jPluinbing.Steain& Gas Fitting 






P Moll NATUAN REAL ESTATE AND LOANS, 

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Manufacturer of 

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60 SOUTH BROAD ST., 

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29 Smith \V J 



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Plum. 1 s of North ave, 
Ward 5. 
9 Hudson J B 
10 Currey L C 

13 Smith L F 

14 Ray J E 
19 Smith H A 
2 7, Reed W P 

27 Light OF 

28 Manning J A 
^^ Neal G H 




COURTLAND AVE, from De- 
catur n. I w of Piedmont ave, 
Ward 6. 
36 Vacant 
SS Bland W E, r 
39 Schrayer N 

42 Blodirett IF 

43 Barnstein J 
44^Piantini F & Sons 

Atl Show Case wks ■ 

45 McAfee & Son 

Weingardt A R 

( iranade J 

Jacob Sol 

Stein Lsaa( 

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Loyd Jamer^ \\ 

'Joon J J y 

Gilmer iufd'.'^f'cU. 
61 Cooper J H 



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l,ynch John f 

Crumbley J . 

Kimbro W T 
Chonsky J 
HoUeran F A 

Jenk'nix rommencf'!*. 
Mull D B 
Jarrett John 
Judson Miss N 
EfUjewood air. intrr.<C('fi', 
Fox Amos 
Hutchins R R 
Williams A L 
Lynch H 
Williams Edward 
Stanton W H 
Stocks T D 
Nash H S 
Snelling J M 
Daniel W C 
Ross A D 
Warnock J T 

Wheat intersrrfy. 
Rose O A V 
Harry Mrs O 
Brown F P 
Turman M C 
Martin Mrs Mary 
Thompson J B 
McRae F Bartow, M D 
Knott J J 

Matthews Miss Fannie 
Parks J R 
Vacant 
Craham H W 
Holcomb P 
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Hardwood Interior Finish, Etc. 
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114 * 116 Whitehall Street. 



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Kennedy Miss Laura ( 
TillcyRC f 

HouMon InterserU. 
ist Congregational church,* 
Robinson Rev S H 
Hancock W A 
Massengale A M 
Hancock C J 
Carroll Julius 
Simmons C J 
Carter J T 
Crichton I 1* 
Boutell A M 

EU'iH iiderxevt^. 
Thayer D W 
Cole C P 
Beck J F 
DeWolf W S 
Gregory H A 
Dehaune A 
Norris J C 
Hunnewell Mrs K E 
Sisk F M 
Hollingsworth D 
Snook P H 
Symmers W B 

Caiji interarct^i. 
Primer J H "* 

Melone H 
Gresham J H 
Bell Edmond, r 
Washington H 
Anderson J A 
Penderi^jrass Mrs F A 
Buchanan Mrs E S 
Singleton 1 L. 
Walton G"W 



The Candy Kitchen. 

Try Garrow's Cocoanut Syrup, 

For Table Use. 
No. 100 WHITEHALL STREET. 



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Whiskey, Wines & Cigars 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Streets. 

Telephone 420. 



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Gregg J R 

Harris iniemecU. 
273 Atl Brew & Ice Co 
Vacant 

Anderson D 1, 
Henderson George 
Walker R M 
Hooker A S 
Raven el E R 
Henderson N F 
Jordan P 

St Joseph's Infirmary 
Mobley J R 

Baker interseci.*^ 
Hunerkopf P L 
Williams Phylis, c 
Field Mrs E B 
Smith P F 
Fuhrer John 
:;32 Morrall Mrs C C 
^Slaton \V F 
Merriwether Mrs M S 
Barnwell V T 
Magnus Joseph 
Ruse J C 
Arnold Reuben 

Forest ave intersevfs. 
Bradley C G 
Flemminix C,C 
Holbrook A L 
Hunter C J 

Cv rrier iittersectie. 
Amis Mrs T T 
Dozier H W 
Johnson C 
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407 Williams H 
413 Bratton J 

417 

Law W E 

Pine interiaectif. 

Bailev T T 

Ellis \Vm 

Vacant 

Rood R 

Purtell H A 

455 Kennedy BO 

456 Algee W E 

Merrltts ave iittevs^ech. 
472 Wooley A C 
478 Veal f E 
480 Grady Mrs J K 
482 Brown N A 
485 Jones J H 
496 Dickerson T T 

. Linden intersects. 
522 Daniel Fannie, i- 

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of Hunter, Ward 3. 

CREW, from Trinity ave, near 
Fair s to limits, i w of Capitol 
ave, Ward 2. 

Hillyer George 

Potts F M 

Reynolds W C 

Pattillo W P 

Davis Mrs M E 

Coulter Mrs E A 
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Griggs ME 
Stockton E D 
Bennett B F 
Hudson B F 
Woodward ave inft^rficcfi^. 
Ford Mrs E 
Force G H 
Rushton R E ' 
Turner B B 
Culpepper N S 
Whitehead Mrs J C 
Redwine L A 
Martin E T 
Becker E 
Glower T W 
Hooper E M 
Screven T E 
Smith H J 
Miller J G 
Chears C W 
Martin J G 

Haynes 

Rawson intersects. 
Vacant 
King N 
Barnett J T 
Wylie H N 
Keeling N R 
Jeter Mrs Julia 
McCollough P J 
Anderson J J 
Thibabeau J H 
Moore Mrs A J 
Johnson B F 

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Newman W T 
Pound A P' 



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1 15 Tunison J E 

116 Tut wi ler C V 

118 Ballard B W 

119 Crew Street School 

121 Robinson J R 

122 Cummings W B 

123 Jones W A 
126 Russell J G 
£29 Tucker W J 
130 Bogajski Wm 
134 Mathews J H 

37 Brown J E 
138 Thibadeau L M 
140 Fox I 

42 Reed H A 

43 Go wen Mrs L D 
144 Beaumont W 

Fulton interiectg. 

147 Malone F N 

148 Thomas D L 
1 5 1 Terrell L M 

156 Calhoun P H 

157 Walker MT 

160 Henderson W^ C 

161 Vacant 

164 Scully Mrs M D 
168 Burns E P 
172 WestT D 

176 Haden W W 

Richardson intersects. 

177 Bellingrath A 

178 Clarke E F 

182 Bacon S W 

183 Bell G K 

186 McLauchlin L C 

1 89 Slatter J T 

190 Threlkeld J J 

S. A. ALBRIGHT, 

FBAOTIOAL 

Mer, Stem is Has litter, 

Telephone 873, 

8 West Wall Street. 



TRIPOD - F/IINT - CO., 

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READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and OH Colors, 

Wliite leadil-CoatCuTiage PunU,&e 

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Office 56-58 Marietta Street 




192 Floersh A 

195 Durand H R 

196 Carlton J K P 

199 Williams L C 

200 Singer J E 

203 Horn W P 

204 Armstrong Mrs L 

207 Rogers Miss A V 

208 Gullatt H C 

Crumley intersects. 
212 Render J D, ^ 
218 Martin Rev G W, c 
223 Glass A, c 

228 Fambro W, c 

229 Clemmond M, c 
232 Glanton G W, c 
235 Root J, c 

250 Cooper J A, ^ 
254 Harris C H, ^ 

Glenn intersects. 
262-264 Warner Winnie, c 

268 Vacant 

269 Joyner W^ H 

270 Johnson H L 
274 Young J, c 
280 Bomar H, c 

Georgia ave^intersects, 
296 Vacant 
298 Herbig W B 
300 Atkins H J 
304 Fickling W H 

Bass intersects. 

Ijove intersects. 

Little intersects. 
Ormond intersect*. 
436 Armstrong Mrs L 
444 Moon B F 
448 McDougal J P 





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Montgomery intei'.^eds. 
486 Battle T C ' 
490 Hiird VV^ F 
503 Schroeter J H 

Jefferson inter-iecU. 



CREW ALLEY, from Crew e 
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Wards 2 and 3. 
2 Holland Hannah, c 

6 Lee Burrough, r 

7 Bell Henry, c 

Smith intersects. 
Howell Nelson, r 
Jenkins L r 
Parker Katie, <• 
Ray Wm, c 

35 Byrd Davis, r 

Ira intersects. 

36 Hooper M M 
39 Duke D D, r 
45 Littlejohn E, c 
54 Malone Wm, r 
58 Weldon C L 
60 Hagan S J 

66 Spencer Mrs J F 
68 Coleman Mrs M 

Windsor intersects. 
85 Cottingham J D 
93 Dooly W H 

(J(H)per intersects. 
120 Williams Harrison, r 
124 Thornton Robt, f 



128 Ward Jane, c 

134 Westmoreland Isaac, c 

Formtvalt intersects. 
138 Logan Mrs M S 
142 Rosenberger David 
146 Young Mrs L 11 

S. Pryor intersects. 

Loyd intersects. 
Pulliam intersects. 
221 Jones G H 

224 Morgan Mrs W H 

225 Carey Rev C C 

Washington intersects. 
262 Grossman Albert B 
266 Thompson I^ C 

Crew intersects. 
285 Blackman W H 
289 Massey Mrs M E 

Capitol ave intersects. 

Grady commences. 

Fraser intersects. 

Reed conunences. 

Ten'y commences. 
358 Carr R, f 
362 Graver W, c- 
366 Vacant 
370 Latimer A, i 
372 Gibson W T, < 
376 Holmes W, c 
382 McCoy Rebecca, i' 
385 Lee E, c 

Mfirtin intersects. 
400 Wood C, r 
404 Lyon E, c 



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21 Abercrombie W J 

22 Bomb J W 
30 Flury J J 

46 Harvey W, c 
54 Morton Mrs S E 
62 Duke Mrs L 
66 Oden T B 

Broomhead intersects. 
72 Ransom W 

Leonard intersects. 

75 Reeves A A 

76 Kreis P 

77 Green D W 

78 Riley W C 

81 Green C 

82 Vacant 

84 Shackelford H D 
86 Vacant 
88 Von Hadeln J F 
Green's Ferry ave intersects. 

CURRAN, from Marietta e to 
State, thence n beyond limits. 

CURRIER, from Peachtree e 
to Jackson, i n of Forest ave, 
Wards 4 and 6. 
13 Walker F R 
Vacant 
Glenn John 
Gay E S 
Smith H D 
25 Green Miss M J 

Courtland ave intersects. 
35 Barnell C F 
46 Cloud A C 
48 Law F B 



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52 Hickey J E 

55 Hook A C 

56 Callaway H R 

60 Vacant * 

64 Vacant ^ 

68 Scott W T 

Piedmjont ave intersecti'. 

85 Jones Charles, c 

91 Frankh'n C, c 

95 Ponder M, c 

97 Hawxs N, c 
117 Vacant 
139 Hayes W A 
188 Tuggle W H 
190 Ray P, c 
192 Lewis G, c 

Summit ave intersects, 

237 Jones Mrs S C 
239 Patterson W, c 
246 Carter R, c- 

248 Thomas A, c 

249 Brown J, c 

252 Pless E, c 

253 Evans R, c 

254 Smith J, c 
258 Smith W, c 

260 Robinson S, c 

261 Smith E, c 

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7HE BROWN & EIKG SUPPL? CO. 

Leather and Rubber 

Hose, Packing, Ac. 
47 and 49 S. Broad Street 

DAIRY, from W. Peachtree 
west to Plum 2 s of North ave. 

59 Holland J, f 

61 Butler F, r 

63 Watson G, f 

65 Topins E, f * ; 

69-67 Moore J, r . 
158 Loyd F 
173 Stanley W E 
178 Allensworth J H 
182 Vacant 



D'ALVIGNY, from W & A R 
R west, I n of North ave, ' 
23 Stegall H 
25 Vacant 
27 Vacant 
29 Vacant 
3 1 Lyle J I) 
^;^ Mehaffey C M 
35 Jones AH 
37 Polk L . 



DANIEL, from Decatur n to 
Edgewood ave, i e of Boi^le- 
vard, Ward 4. ; 

3 Bishop G W J 

10 Howard | R 

13 Klein C E 

19 Barton R H 

20 Watkins W W 

24 Carpenter Cicero 

25 Owen VV'm 
Bradley E L 

28 Reynolds Howard. < 
31 Robinson John, c 
33 Slaughter G, c 

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37 Birge Charlotte, ^ 
39 Hamilton Ben, c 

46 Stephenson R, c ; 

55 Himmond Sam, c 

56 Moss Claborn, c 
59 Hunnicutt G W 

63 Walker Mrs S A 

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wood, 1 w of Haynes, Ward i. 

1 Simmons V, r 

2 Jackson M, c 

6 Jackson W, c 

7 Ford 1), L 
1 1 Vacant 

Markham intenfects. 
20 Zachry M, r 

24 Carlisle A, <• 

25 Caldwell Ella, c 

28 Young L, r 

29 Perry L, <- 
31 Head H, r 

Miichell interaecta. 
44 Suttle D K 

47 McGhee Sanford, c 

50 Hardman J T 

51 Cantrell J, r 

53 Williams F, c 

54 Copeland W, c 

57 James (i. r 

58 Hill T, r 

Hunter intersects, 

59 Thornton Henry, r 

61 Gilbert Hudson, r 

62 Greenwood T T, r 

63 Warner Wm, c 

65 Jones Isaac, t- 

66 King T H 



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Sole Agents for 

ALABASTER UME. 

2.^6 MARIEITA ST. 

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68 Moon W M 

69 Ennis John T 

72 Ennis J T 

73 Lampkin E A 

74 Ennis W M 

75 Vacant 

78 Thomas Mrs Amanda 
78 Davis R M 

82 Speairs J A 

83 Church E T 

84 Warwick J C 
87 Parks John H 

91 Stribbhng H L 

92 Wood B F 

95 Kendrick John F 
99 Shaffield J H 
100 Winters Mrs Martha 
Cartel' inter^ecta. 

04 Oliver W M 

05 Vacant 

09 Vacant 

10 Bowden W L 
13 Wilson J A 

1 7 Burnett J C 

18 Hulbert Mrs Maria 

Rhodes intersect^. 

21 Rice W L 

22 Webb Joseph L 

28 Lasalle Mrs A M 

29 Smith W L 
32 Muns H, f 

34 Edwards White 

35 Kennedy J S 

39 Edwards Wilson S 

40 Schenck A H 
43 Smith J R 
46 Jaques J B 



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Sexton I G 
Slider J* R 
Bishop John 
McNabb R E 
Hall Joseph P 
Dempsey Reuben P 

Magnolia intersects. 
Hoffman F F 
McCown J A 
Gardner B E 
Rauschenberg P G 
Gardner Mrs S J 
Conley Mrs M M 
Maier A D 
Gable J E 
Schenck John G 
Myers D D 
Tuggle Thomas F 
Schenck Frederick H 
Gardner & Myers 

Foundry intersects. 
Asbury M E Church 
Smith J S 
Lewis Phyllis, c 
Brannan Adolphus 
Newton intersects. 

fencer commences. 
Davis St School 
Hull M T 
Polaczec A 

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Baskin Jack 
Baskin A C 
Baldwin C 
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60 SOUTH BROAD ST. 

DAVIS — Continued 

417 Jerry M 

419 Foster K. <• 

421 AVestnioreland Fannie i, ♦ 

423 Harris Minnie. <" 

425 Foster R. r 

432 Carmichael ^\' M 

434 Vernett R B 

439 Atkinson R E 

442 Gates A C. r 

445 Roberts V S 

446 Gates A. r 

449 Chapmar. Annie, r 
451 Johnson S. r 
453 Hardy Jenny, i' 
464 Dai ham J . r 
467 Stoker W, < 

469 Schufurd Mary, r 

470 Ball Jennie, r 

DECATUR, from Peachtree at 
Marietta e to limits, parallel 
with Ga R R, Wards 4 and 6. 
1-3 Beerman iV Silverman 
5 Potts & Potts 
6-8 Silvey J cS: Co 

II Thompson Joseph 

Gould Building 

Amer Trust & Banking Co 

Mu Life Ins Co of N V 

lohnson Malcolm 

Atl Nat B & L Assn 

Arnold «S: Arnold 

Peters Thomas 

Gould E 'i 

Wilson Coal & Lumber Co 

Barker .Jv: Holleman 

Gate City Oil Co 

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Intl Ry Em pi Ace Assn 

Atlantic Electropoise Co 

Sloan e W & ] 

Burke J F 

Green J A 

Hall Joseph J 

General Electric Co 

Caldecott G C A (basem'nt) 

Torbett M B & Co 

15 Hampton & Herman 
East Lake Land Co 
Jordan Cornelius 

16 (xramling, Spalding, Kings- 

bery Co 
Sparks C 'I' ' 

Palmer R L 
Atlanta Mantel Co 
Kiser. Moore Draper Co 

X Pnjor inter sech. 
Westmoreland-Crawford 

Drug Co 
24MVynne J F 

25 Lynch T I 

26 Atkins J W & E C 

29 Herri ngton A P 

30 Bates. Kingsbery & Co 

31 Nolley Stark 
34 Smith W D 
34^Shackelford G W 

Nunn L L 
Landrum S H 
Woolf L I 
Johnston H L 
X'rane G W 
"Smith J C 
LaCorona Ciear Factory 
36 Faith Wm H^ 



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Eiimi&BUILSINBSnFFLIES. 

Windsor Asbestos Cement Plaster, Asbes- 
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37 South River Brick Co 
Brown J B <: 

38 Smith f B 

41 McCandless A W 

42 Landsberger L 
42^Blood Balm Co 

43 Lemke & Powell 
434Young Men's Library. 
44''WaUace & McDonald 
45-47 F ^^' Hart Sash & Door 

Co 
46 Fold Joseph 
48 Chambers J T 
48iRagland A E 
So^CByrne B . 

51 Sou Belting Co 

52 Lynch J J 

53 Excelsior Steam L'dry Co 
Robinson R L 

54 Woolfolk Hilliard, r 

55 Evans W L 

56 Liebermuth J 

57 Harrington Wright 

58 Allen J C 

59 Hanve W E 
Swift T L 

Loyd eommeiicei<. 

60 Swords G W' 
6oJWeems L M 
62 Balto Clo Co 
64 Fleischman S 
64^Cannon N 
66 Vacant 

Ivjj commences. 
69 Lee George 

Blake & Rose 
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U Ouu Pepper, Old Crow Whiikiei 

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74"Cooper J H ^ 

76 Stewart Bros 

77 Vacant 

78 Eplan L 

79 Smith & Cooper 

80 Hentschel Carl 

81 Conger T A 
8i^Stevenson R, r 
82 ^Friend J M 

83 Smith & Brown 

84 Marks J 

85 King J C, c 

86 Logan & Graham Hdw Co 

87 Parker S, c 

88 Rogomskie S M 
88iHennies C 

90 Traynham & Ray 

92 Brown Bros & Co 

93 Pelman H 
Levy S 

94 Hentschell G 
94^Brown H, i' 

95 Land J S 

96 Morgan W A, r 

97 Atlanta House 

98 Gerbie T C 

98 Talley A N & Co 

98jCohn & Goldstein 
100 Pollock & Co 
102 Friend J M 

102 Boyd House 

103 Spence N C 

104 Sugarman N 

106 Lee & Witherspoon 

107 Thomas D L 
Bates J M F 

108-110 Karwisch H 



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LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL ST. 



DECATUR— Continued 

Harris J I. 
109 Hartman M 

Courtlaml inteiMect-K. 

1 1 Gordon T, c- 

12 Beyer & Sons 

13 Wiggins M, (• 
Goldstein S 

14 Johnson P R 

15 Hopkins W P 

16 Jaffee J 

19 Floyd J B & Co 

20 Lichtenstein E 

21 Stein Isaac 

23 Gambino G 

24 Hooper B F, r 

25 Swift T L 

26 Marks S & Co 

26 Teplitsky A 

27 Terry Wm M 

28 Blumberg M 
294Fleming W T 

30 Simpson J W 

31 Minor T A 

32 JaffeJ 
32 Cohen S 
33-137 Morris C M 
34 Jacobs & Roiiglin 
36 Levy B 
37^McElroy Mary A 
38 Eplon L 

40 Ketchum & Reeves 

42 Rhodes & Smith 

43 Wood R, c 

44 Reid Z T 
Rowe & Co 

45 Buchanan J F 

46 Nolan A A 



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48 Hoge T H 

49 O'Donnell Bros 
49^Salavitchsky J 

50 Harrison & Earwood 
Piedmont ave inter sectji. 

51 Rogers C C 
5 2 Boylan' & Tagan 

53 Dow man J W 

54 Taylor Hugh K 

55 Davis E D 
36 Burns Edward 

57 Sing Chung 

58 Springer Bros 

59 South & Bro 

61 Cooper J H & Co 

62 Nix Jonas 
62^,Patterson M S, i 

63 Cook Bros 
63^Smith M E 

64 Plunkett H A 

65 Clay Joseph 

66 Parks S, c 
67-169 Morris & Calloway 
68 Ford Stephen, c 
70 Orr D W 

Robinson A, c 
Connally James O, 
1 71-179 Police Station 
172 Moore Theodore M 
i72^Finesilver A 
174 Gresham & Ball 
176 Williams J H W, c 
178 Lyons J, c 
Jones Allen, c 

180 Cohen M 
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181 Johnson C P & Co 



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182 Lynch J 

184 Schoen Bros ' ! 
i844Levkopf Geo 

185 Yalovitz Bros 
187 Fuller Edgar 
188-190 Tolbert W C 
189 Reliance Liquor Co 

Butler intersects. 

191 Winburn George W 

192 Hodges W J 
i92|Baker S E 

193 White Furniture Co 

194 Greer J 

195 Whatley J T 

197 Vacant 

198 Slack S, c 

200 Kellam Marcus 

203 McElhaney Gilbert, c 

204 Holstein L 

208 Askam H F x 

209 Dupree Sarah, c 

210 Kelly B 

214 Brooks B C & Bro 

215 Corona Coal Co 

216 Matthews George, t' 
218 Casey Wm, r 

220 Hill D, c 
222 Johnson A, c 
224 Crow & Beiser 
226 Montgomery Peter 
230 Atl Consol Bot Co 

Ga R R Yard Office 
Pratt intersects. 

R&D Freight Depot 
234 Gumming C 
236 McLendon J L 
238 Faulkner W J 

PLUMBING, 

8. A. ALBRIGHT, 

8 West Wall St. 

Telephone 373. 

CentunnUl Building. 



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TRIPOD PAINT CO., 

66-68 Nf«rl*ttA Str««t. 

240 Archer Calvin C 
242 Baldwin J C 
244 Wiggins W G 
246 Garmony J S 
250 Lamb W G 

Higgins J F 

Portwood J B 
252 Martin M C 
254 Sax L 
256 Carpenter C E 

258 Beiser D F 

259 Bridwell T J 

260 Brown Edward, c 

261 Hubert C E 

262 Tate James & Son 
261; Vacant 

266 Herbert Bros 

268 Taylor T M 

269 Polk James K 

270 Gathwright W E 

Moore intersects. 

272 Allen J B 

273 Groover j M 

274 Dozier G, c 

276 Abernathy J L & Co 

278 Word J D&Co 

279 McGuirk J M 
283 Beach S W 

286 Blasingame Wm W 
288 Ewing Matthews & Co 
288^Glynn Lizzie 
290 Buchanan T J 

292 Lytic A T W 

293 Sullivan D 

294 Wells Wm R 

295 Chandler D P 

298 Burroughs T, c 

299 Frances Wm M 




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DECATUR— Continued 

300 Williams R W 

301 Taylor A J 

302 McCown Drug Co 

303 Hull F A 

304 Parker W L 

305 Buchanan W T 

306 Adamson & Son 

Bell intersect^. 

307 Vacant 

308 Williams ] P 
3o8iLamb W H 

309 Bettie W H 

310 Terry J W 

311 Hedrick T L 

312 Hollywood J W 
314 Knott M 

317 Brogan E 

318 Powell F, t 

320 Bullard W, r , 

322 Hill Gj c 

324 Bunch E, r 

325 Butler & Wolcott. 
328 Devine Ella, c 

330 Divine & Maddox, c 
334 Dodson M, c 
'•337 Buchanan J E 

Fort intersects. 
342 Stewart W F & Son 
342^Kaplan Coleman 

344 Williams Adaline, c 
344^Somers Mollie, <f 

345 Williamson H E 

348 Pate Mrs E L 

349 McKnight & Co 
352 Leach J B 

355 Parks Marion C 
359 Benning A H 



360 Loyless F, c 
362 Day E F 
364 Lung Chong Kee 
366 Moses John 
368 Smith I H 
370 Haslett W L 

Grant eomme/ices. 
HiUiard commence.*. 

372 Robinson R L & Co 

373 Vacant 

374 Hudgins Mrs E 

375 Tripod Paint Co 

376 Sunday School Mission 
376|Crow E N 

378 Almand & Ragsdale 
378piocker D W 

379 Robinson Flora, c 

380 Moore Malinda, r 

383 Nash W T 

384 Hughes Mrs Nancy 
388 Smith Thomas, <• 

391 McDaniel M M 

392 Overton J H 
395 Rose J W 
398 Russell J R 
400 Stowers T J & Co 

405 Buice Mrs Eliza 

406 Smith T M 

408 Turner A M 

409 Blocker D W 

410 Emlen E W 

411 Batchelor W I 
Black Mrs Mary 

412 Emlen E W 

413 Akers Benj, c 
415 Vacant 
417 Mold Jacob 

Yonge commences. 
422 Turner Mrs A M 



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DECATUR— Continued 
428 Davis Mrs Lettie 
432 Phillips J W 

Antoinette commcuce.<. 
450 Howlett Mrs ME 

Lucy commenccfi. 
462 Mallinson C R 
470 Farr T J 

Duffy Wylie 
472 Morris & Miller 
476 Barnes Mattie, c' 
478 Watkins W W 
482 Sahli G G 

Fitzgerald begins. 
498 Brooks J S 
500 Sledge J A 
502 Chewning & Ellis 

Boulevard commences. 
504 Beauchamp G B 
510 Watkins & Carpenter 
512 Minhinett A C 
514 Murphy Willis, c 
516 Carpenter Bros 
518 Duggan T 

Hollywood J W 
Daniel commences. 
520 Snider O H 
522 Aiken R N & Co 
524 Bishop G W 
526 Jolly A J & Son 
528 Miller H G H 
528 Vacant 

530 Bradley E L & Sons 
Howell commences. 
532 Travis D 
536 Stanley J M 
538 O'Conner Moses, c 
540 Shea Mrs Jane 

Of flM, 37 Mirittta Stmt, Atluta, 6a. 

Telephone 118. 
MoTing a pleasure by getting 

Read's Transfer. 

If you are going to break up housekeep- 
ing, give us your key and we will take 
chMTge of your goods, pack and store 
them; or get freight rates and ship to 
any point 



The Dresden, 

Rochester Lamps, Library Lounps, 
Fancy Lamps, Chandeliers, 

Burners, Chimneys and Wioks 
of every style. 

37 Whitehall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 



544 Bradley Mrs Anna 
546 Simpkins W T 
550 Webb & Reeder 
552 Bates J, c ' 

Bradley commences. 
554 Roughton J F 
556 Wotton Jesse W 

Langford J R 
558 Bran yon C S 
558^Henderson G 
562'Crockett J P 
562jHorton R L 
566 Hughes Tames 
568 Rice J W 
570 Odell J W 
572 Wolfold & Perkins, r 
574 Redmond Andrew, c 
580 Bentley H H 

Cornelia commences. 
R. & D. R. R. intersects. 
Ella intersects. 
602 Ayers A J 
604 Clotfelter Robert L 
606 Beavers G VV 
608 Simpkins Lewis C 
616 Harmon Elijah S 
620 Peek Mrs M E 

Davis S M 
624 Powers J S 
628 Simpkins W T 
654 McCarthy Madison 
662 Austin Mrs Mary 
664 Tate W, c 
666 Huff D, r 
668 Black Lizzie 
680 Lawrence J P 
680 Wooten Frances J 
682 White W D & Bro 





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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. 

DIXIE AVE, Inman Park East 
Atlanta. 



DOANE, from Windsor to 
Pryor, nr southern limits 
Ward 2. 
81 Pittman C 



82 Pittman J T 
85 Rogers W T 
87 Collins T M 

Quill J H 
89 Mayo D T 



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DECATUR— Continued 
691 Presbyterian Mission 
697 Whittington B L 

01 Gartrell Mrs L U 

05 Norman W L 

II Andrews G W 

14 Hulsey W H 

53 Moncrief S J 

57 Stephenson D H 

61 Smith Mrs ML 

67 Minter W O 
820 Durdin C D 
826 Rose P W 
832 Bridwell P I 
896 Hanye W A 

DeGIVE, from Simpson n to 
John, near limits, Ward 5. 

DELBRIDGE, from Walnut w 
to Sunset ave, i n of Rhodes. 



DORA from Green's Ferry ave 
n to Larkin i e of Roach. 



DORAY, from W Hunter n, i 
w of Chestnut, Ward i. 



DOVER, from Elliott to Tat- 
nall, I s of Markham, Ward i. 

DRAKE'S ALLEY, between 
Harris and Ripley. 

DRUID CIRCLE, Inman Park. 



DUNLAP, from Highland ave 
to E Cain, i e of Hilliard, 
Ward 4. 

16 Phillip:* G 

1 8 Salter R T 

26 Ackerman G W 

27 Williams H, c 

28 Burton W H 

29 Burdon B 

31 Wright Mrs P 
33 Redd W, c 
42 Vacant 

DUNN'S ALLEY, from Man- 
gum to Nelson, near Haynes, 
Ward I. 



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to Luckie, Ward 5. 
7 Archibald A 

10 Kelly G R 

1 1 Peacock C A 
15 Simmons W S 

EAST AVE from Jackson e to 
R & D R R 2 n of Highland 
ave, formerly called Morris 

14 Baptist Sunday Sch 

19 Lyons S 

22 Easter lin J D 

30 Shepard F B 

68 Bumstead M A 

71 Boone J T 

72 Gordon G, t' 

73 Brinholm Chas 
73 Hopkins A, i 
84 Young K E 

104 Brantley F B 

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of Decatur, i s of Wheat 
iJRoy G G 
Webb C S 
Ridley R B 
Harris N O 
Gaston J Mc F 
Cuesta A L 
5-7 Silvey John & Co 
20 Marsh, Smith & Marsh 
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Exchange Place beghu. 
34 Equitable Bdg (See Pryor st 
34 Mechanics L & B Assn 
Mutual L & B Co ^ 
W View Cemetery Co 
W View Floral Co . 
Peoples M B & L Ass n 
45 Seaboard Air-Line Freigh! 

and Pass Depot 
49 Butcher & Wingate 

Ivy intersects. 
77 East Atl Land Co 
Keely Institute 
• 79 Trio Laundry 
98 Stocks James D 
104 Gordon School 
106 Hall S, c 
108 Derricott M, V 
112 Keeney E A 

115 Gant A L, ^ 

116 Lynch B 

117 Mull B B 
Courtland ave intersects. 

125 Hosch & Son 
129 Weaver C C 
133 Gormley J R 
137 Key J W 

161 Culpepper A H 

162 Rotti A 

163 Oliphant J T & Co 

164 Kelley J J 

165 Vacant 

166 Jones J C 
Edgewood Opera House 
Piedmont ave intersects. 

College commences. 
168 Sumner G B 
1 74 Wurm F A 



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EDGEWOOD AVE— Cont'd 
176 Latiniore (1 
184 Born J M 

190 Dull S R 

191 Robinson S, <• 

197 Brown F, <• 

198 Allensworth J C 

199 Batie Gilbert, c 
• 202 Love Frank, <• 

203 Ware Wesley, r 

206 Hamilton A 

207 Cann J 

BnUer inter'<ecf'<. 
210 White Bx\I 
212 Shepard & Son 
22;^ Clayton Monroe, r 



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Pinson A L, r 

Bell interf(('rt<. 
Longley B F 

238 Arrington Robert, t 

239 Dobbs J, c 
242 Pollan Wm, c 

245 Parker F^, r 

246 Smith L, f 
248 Walker Sam, r 
250 Washington G, r 

254 Green Rufiis, c 

255 Tony J, (• 
259 Nicholas M, r 
262 Lynch Wm, i' 
264 Nealy E, <• 
266 Parks h, i' 

Fort inter^ect<. 
272 Love Mrs S J 
276 Velenski H 

Gershenovis Morris 
280 Wafford Louis, c 
284 Pittman Susan, c 

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Harrington M, r 
Booker Gqorge, i' 
Perkins J,lr 
Vealey M, c 
Hill J, r 

Yonge niter sect .<. 
Henderson T T 
Woodall G H 

Jackmn inier^ecU. 
Vacant 
Burbank S M 
Furlow J, c 
Wallace B, c 
F^ans Ella, c 
Fitzgerald coinmeuc^sf. 
Webster H, f 
Hill Lucy, c 
Franklin A, i 
Pierce Robert, c 
Gaines W F, c- 
Johnson J A 
Vacant 
Baxter S 

Johnson Seaborn D 
Beatie E H 

Boulevard intersecU, 
Vacant 
Bradford J 

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Seitzinger T F 
Barlow Jackson 
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Laster S B, r 
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Pomonf LOUISVILLE, 

||6mClll^ PORTLAND! 

Best Brands, Lowest Prices, 

Telophons 535. No. 8 N. FORT YTH. 



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422 Crawford R H "^ 

421 Echols Chas, c 

431 Johnson W, c 

436 Smith W A 

443 Taylor J H 

445 Thompson H C 

Hotvell intersect. 
447 Gullatt W S 
449 Treadwell Hardy 
453 Hadley Frank 

457 Finch W M, c 

458 Williams L I 

462 Miles J R 

463 Brown Lewis, c 

Bradley ends. 

469 Veal Fannie 

Randjolpli comrtience*. 
485 Knight Jesse 
488 Merritt J B 
Smith S, c 
496 McGill S, c 

Cornelia ends. 

500 Vacant 
506 Cofield A, ^ 
510 Crawford G, c 
514 Polk J, c 
518 Hale W, ^- 
520 Vacant 

Ellu interaecti*. 
572 Williams C C 
574 Hooks M V 
578 Thomas C J 

Krog intersects. 
591 Waddefl J O 

Waddell intersect*. 
636 Latham T W 
653 Read C A 



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683 Glenn W T 
689 King G E 
695 Mc Bride S L 
703 Harralson Phil. 
725 Gould E F 

EDWARDS, from Simpson n 
to John, I w of Davis, Ward 

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24 Weir Samuel , 

29 Hearn J T 

32 DavidsQftW H 

33 Shell L 

36 Houseworth J 

37 Duke R F 

41 Tomlinson L P 

45 Lee D J * 

49 Chevalier W P 

EEDS, from Windsor w to C 
R R, 2 s of Glenn, Ward 2. 

ELIZA ALLEY, from Hunni- 
cutt n to North ave, i e of 
Orme, Ward 5. 

ELIZABETH (South Adanta), 
from Rockwell, i s w of Sims. 

ELIZABETH AVE, Inman 
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LAR6EST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL 8T. 

ELLA — Continued 
i8 Norman J, c 

19 White Celia, i 

20 Baxter Lena, c 

22 Thomas Henry, c 

23 Ware Kelley, c 

23 Park Maria, c 

24 Cartwright Wm, r 
29 Upson Henry, c 



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2 Vacant 

3 Carr B F 

4 Morgan W F 
6 Artman J 

8 Vacant 
12 Jones W A . 
14 Vacant 
17 Mashburn J J 
t8 Vacant 

19 Vacant 

20 Brown John 

21 Martin AC 

Leonard inter secta. 

24 Bullard W T 

25 Dempsey W S 

26 Norton E A 

27 Williams J P 
30 Vacant 
32 Brown D H 
36 Day FF 
44 Bowie R T 
46 Mason Wm M 

Culver commences. 

52 Crabtree W M 

53 I^ang J A 

54 Hood J M 



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2 Tinsey T D 

Markham interseeU, 

19 Rakestra^' H R, r 

20 BridwellWF 
23 Braun F • 
26 Dooley K 
32 Am Bap Home Miss Socy 

Mitchell intersects. 

48 Miller J T 

56 Walker J W 

Hunter 'intersects, 

80 Villard Coal Co 

84 Willingham & Co 

90 Grier Benjamin, r 

98 Murphy M 
102 Foster Mrs N 
106 Vacant 
108 Parks Mary, c 
no Butler Lula, ^ 
112 Umphrey Lou, c 
116 Arnold E, c 

Rhodes intersects, 
132 Brooks M, c 
138 Bentley M H, c 
140 Harris E, c 
144 Bryant Lizzie 
148 Hudson Sarah 

Magnolia intersects, 
152 Christian Ed 
154 Thomas Wm, c 
156 Porter Sallie, c 
158 Alexander Jane, t 



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159 Thomas Francis 

160 Dudley Judge, c 
164 Price Annie, c 

166 Sperling Mrs Martha 
172 King Lewis, c 
176 Fox J N 
180 Fisher Mrs F 

Foundry intersects. 
188 Randall Wm, c 
igo Hollingshead W P 
192 Holmes Mrs Louise 
Dye Mrs C 

Newton intersects. 
194 Hall L H & Co 
210 Heard Nellie, c 
214 Hunter Saphronia, c 
216 Carter Hattie, c 
218 Sanders D, c 
224 Ferrell Fred 

Thurmond intersects. 
226 Hendricks Philip, c 
232 Morrison F B 
236 Mays W H 
240 Glass S C 

Mays commetices. 
244 Booth Mrs F E 
254 Sweat E S 

Rock commences. 
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270 Thurman J M G 

Henry commences. 

Simpson intersects. 

Jones ave commences. 

Bush commences. 

330 Vacant 



S. A. ALBRIGHT, 

PBACTIOAL 

Mer,Ste&s Is Das Fitter, 

Telephone 873, 

8 West Wall Street. 



TRIFOD - FfllMT - CO., 

MAMUFACTUREBS OF 

READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Lead,l-Coit Carriage Paints, U 

Faetory, 875 Decatur Stnjet. 

Oi&ce 66-58 Marietta Street. 

334 Murphey M, <■ 
336 Williams C, c 

Johnson commences. 



ELLIS, from Peachtree w to 
Church and e to Hilliard, 1 n 
of Houston, Wards 4 and 6. 

GOING EAST. 

20 Roy G G 

25 Lowry G P 

26 Walton E 

29 Jones W E 

30 Beck A 

Ivy commences. 
40 Prioleau S 
43 Milam R P 

45 Ballard A G 

46 Kelley J 

50 Durand M F 
53 Warner R A 

57 Robinson H M 

58 Driver J M 

59 Stephens J W 

60 Lipscomb W R 

61 Mead H A 

63 Price J W 

64 Mitchell W B 

65 Gregory J R 

66 Benson W 

70 Gerardeau C H 

Courtland ave intersects. 
74 Lester W B 
83 Callaway I T 
89 Berry E M 

Clifford commenees. 
95 Adams J 
99 Ruthard C 
100 Hinman G B 



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04 Albert W J 

05 Neal T 
08 Barber W T 

11 Lumsey Alfred, 

12 Cook E T 

15 Dickey WTS 
Piedmont are intersects. 

16 Jordan G 
20 Southard J 

Box C, c 
Evans W, r 
Brown John i 

Mills H, c I 

28 Strickland Albert, c 

7^2^ Slack Louis, c 

34 Parks T A, <: | 

37 Slack T, c 

40 Warren Lewis, ( 

41 Thomas E J, c 

42 Thomas Wm, c I 

43 Slaton L \ 

46 Paden Z I 

47 Marcus Leonard, c 
50 Vacant I 

52 Stokes David, c 

53 Brown W, c 

55 Waits H, c 

56 Hopkins D, c 

58 Traylor Joe, c 

59 Petty P, c 

60 Howell H - 

Butler intei'^ecU. 

64 Benler J, c 

65 Vacant 

68 Miller James, c ' 

69 Harris John, r ' 

70 Fleming Wesley, / 




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175 Betts Jesse, c 
179 Rogers Joe, c 

Bell vitersecttt. 

181 Merton Alfred, r 

182 Brooks B C, r 

184 Gales Henry, c • 

186 Summers Floyd, r 
190 Haywood Stephen, <* 
194 Slack David, c 

199 Baker Woodson, c 

200 Walls J, c 

201 Steele H M, i 

205 Clarke Stephen, c 

206 Hankerson F J, r 

Fort intersects. 
224 Person Alfred, c 
226 Matlies (ieorge, c 
230 Bryant John, c 
232 Landrum T A 
236 White S J* 

GOING WEST. 

6 Reed Mrs M A 
8-10 Selman Mrs M A 
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ELMORE, See Gullatt. \ 

EMMA, from W & A R R to 
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EMMETT, from John n to 
North ave, i e of Lambert. 
30 Vacant 
34 Vacant 



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36 Coleman G D 
38 Dorsey J L 
42 Vacant 
55 London J, c 
57 Anderson B, c 
63 Daniel B, c 
65 Bell M, c 

68 McDay K, c 

69 Austin H, c 

77 Taylor R, ^ 

78 Ross O, c 

79 Horton W, c 

81 Miller Lina, c 

82 Parks Sarah, c 

83 Hanson N, ^ 
86 Wilson B F 

90 Withers Emma, c 
Kennedy intersects. 

ENGLISH AVE, from Ken- 
nedy n to North ave, i w of 
Chestnut. 



ENNIS ALLEY, from Davis w 
to Lowe, I n of Hunter. 



ESTORIA, from Tennell s to E 
Fair, i e of Tye 

EUCLID WAY, Inman Park, 
East Atlanta. 



EUGENIA, from Windsor e to 
Pryor, i sof Rawson, Ward 2. 
15 Denton J A 

Cooper intersects 
41 Regietti A 




The Dresden, 

Housefurnishing Goods, Baskets, 
Toys, Bird Cages, Dolls^. 

Largest Variety. IiOwe»t Prices. 

37 Wkitehall St. anil 30 S. Broad St. 



45 Corbin Mrs M V 

46 Cowells Robert, c 
48 Turner Ida, c 

Fomiwalt intersects. 

63 Hetherington J E ^o^ 

64 Wyatt Lula, c * • 

EXCHANGE PLACE, from N S 
Pryor at Edgewood ave s e to o § 
Ivy « 5f 

7 Stokes J W & Co 2 

19 Atl Cons St R R Co Stabls - S* 

20 Harrington R R O 

29 Thompson J » 3" 

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EZRA, from W 5th (or Moore) e 3 O 
between Ponder ave and Mc- ^ 2L 
Millan (beyond limits.) ^ ^ 

EZZARD, from Daniel e to Ella, 
I n of Decatur, Ward 4. 
3 Hooper La F J 
5 Vacant 

7 Johnson Cornelius, c 
9 Parks Christopher 

13 Smith Ella, c 

14 Franklin Hattie, c 

Cornelia intersects. 
34 Gibson Thomas E 
43 Adams M A, r 
45 Ware John, c 

47 Osborn Elijah 

48 Webb Jane, c 

49 Williams Wm 

50 Long Caroline, c 
53 Kennedy Frank 
56 Carter John W 

EUxL intersects. 



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95 Murdoch J R 


Leather and Rubber 


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Hose, Packing, Ac. 


2 s of Edgewood ave. Ward 4. 
2 Johnson Jennie, r 


47 and 49 S. Broad Street 


4 Wilson C, r 




7 Johnson D, c 


FACTORY, from Ga R R s to 


8 Anderson S, c 


Boulevard, i w of Borne, 


10 Ellington D, c 


Ward 3. 


13 Taylor G, c 


8 Mayfield S 


16-18 Brooks H, c 


10 Blackman D D 


17 Jones R, c 


14 Vacant 


49 Vacant 


16 Vacant 


Fori inUr%tcU. 


20 Waters J M 


Hoiujhton interseeU. 


28 Rich Mrs A 


SI Jones H, c 


30 Parker R 


Kx Belle Miss Ella 


36 Smith S C 


55 Clark Julia, c 


42 Morton L, i 


57 Bartow Wm, c 


43 Jenkins A, c 


61 Wynne E,r 


48 Frapp MrsM 


Hilliard intersects. 


50 Brown J 
56 Bond Mrs 




FAIR, from Whitehall e to lim- 


60 Lindsey Mrs 


its and w to limits, Wards i, 


63 Sherod J 


2 and 3. 


64 Robinson Mrs L 


GOING EAST. 


65 South J 


I Jones Miss S A 


68 Vacant 


15 Vacant 


69 Vacant 


1 7 Bellamy J L 


71 Ray J P 


19 King D E 


72 Smith V P 


Formwalt intersecti. 


75 Vacant 


Pryor intersects. 


76 Lindsey W A 


55 Noble G H 


77 Hughes T J 


67 Duer Dr J H 


78 Payne J M 


68 Chisholm A F 


79 Crane Mrs R 


69 Walpole Mrs M G 


80 Vacant 




81 Etheridge M P 


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82 Vacant 

83 Boyd J 


LITV^e. 


84 Nelson M A 


M. C. WHITLOCK di CO. 


85 Kinley J W 


Sole Ag«nU for 


87 Garrison J C 


MLABASTER LIME. 


89 Vacant 


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90 Andrews Mrs T M 


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72 Griffin J H 

73 Caldon J D 

76 Maher C T 

77 O'Conner Patrick 
81 Davis B J 

85 Matison A 

Loyd intersects. 
108 Darden Wesley, c 

Pulliam commences. 
115 Corrigan John 
1 1 9 Spencer F S 

Dodd G T 
123 Vacant 

Washington intersects. 

151 Winkle J H 
155 Eckford C G 

158 Payne H N 

159 VanGoidtsnoven E 

Grew intersects. 
Trinity ave ends. 
183 Watkins H B 
187 Brady T B 
191 Cooper J 

194 Ati Baggage and Cab Co 
Stables 
Capitol ave intersects. 
213 Voruss Mrs L S 

217 Fitzgibbon Thos 

218 Lambert J A 

220 Harkey WC 

221 Killian D A 
' 222 Morris M J 

223 Sprayberry J G 

224 Hall V A 

226 Sloan Miss S 

227 Gusse Dominick 



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for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21H B. Alabama. 

229 Smith Mrs N A 
231 Barnes J A 

233 Coulter J F & Co 

Eraser intersects. 

234 Boyles J F 

236 Smenner J E 

237 Bradford Mrs L J 
241 King S W 

250 Hester F S 
253 Jester W R 
259 Monaghan J B 
263 Hollis R W 

267 Vignaux B 

268 Alexander M, c 

, Terry intersects. 

269 Vacant 

271 Asbury C W 

272 Deheume A 

275 Anderson E W 

276 Donehoo A 

278 Hodge F 

279 Sullivan Mrs E 

280 Bellinger M 

283 Ickes Mrs F M 

284 Wrigley J A 

285 Muller F L 

286 Johnson C P 
290 Mabin A.P 

Martin ifitersects. 

293 Greene Mrs L J 

294 McCann C H •^ 
297 McCord A F 

301 Husketh D H 

302 Barfield T J 
30.5 Massa E A 
308 Fuller E R 

310 Vacant 

311 McMahon Mrs M 



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60 SOUTH BROAD ST. 



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FAIR — Continued 

314 Cook Miss E E 

315 Minor C H 

318 Acker E H 

319 Walraven A J 

322 Jackson R M 

323 Warren J E 

King intersects. 

Green F L 

Harris A O 

Baker J M 
337 Johns M F 
339 Varney W P 
341 Fowler J G ? 

ConnaUy commences. 
347 Morris B H 
351 Marshall Mrs M A 
354 Johnson A 
358 Christian W C D 
368 Spinks H D 

Fair Street School 
Kelley commences. 

372 Bresben D P 

373 Moore Mrs A G 

374 McVey J P 
377 Kellogg M P 
381 Cleaves Mrs M A 
385 Bell W T 

388 Achey J H* 
398 White M E 
400 Hunt W F 
402 Vacant 

Hill intersects. 
411 Holland J S 
413 McCandless Wm 

417 Smith Mrs C A 

418 Phillips T L 



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420 Lawton Drug Co 

Fort commences. 
426 Jones S J — 

429 Armistead J C 

430 Smith S D 

434 Towers L A 

435 Frizzell W H 

438 May P 

439 White Mrs Emma 

440 Johnson H W 

443 Collier T E 

444 Vacant 

446 Nunn W J 

Harden commences. 

447 McWaters J F 
450 Stewart S 

452 Henderson R J 

453 Klapper E H 

455 Jordan M E 

456 Pate J E 

Grant intersects. 

457 James Mrs C E 

458 Stowers W H 

459 West R M 
467 Puckett J H C 
469 Lynch R B 

473 Plummer Miss S S 

474 Cunningham Mrs E 

475 Goodson Mrs M C 
477 George W F 

Oeorge ends 
480 Simms Wm, c 
484 Turner A 

487 Billups Wm, c 

488 Pugh Charles, c 
490 Reese Wesley, c 
492 Vacant 

495 Patton Samuel, c 

V. H. KRIEGSHABER, 

&Am7&BIII!J)Il(SSIIPfL!E8. 

Windsor Asbestos Cement Plaster, Asbes- 
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Fire Brick. Etc. 
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Gullatt interse/'U. 
497 Ivy Calphan, c 

Thomas commences. 
Wood commences. 
555 Lambert V E 

8. Boidevard intersects. 

650 Ash T J 

655 Vacant 

657 Ward Mrs E H 

661 Harrison A F 

663 Mealor W P 

664 Walker D 

665 Herren W F 

667 Harvey G S 

668 Wallace S H 

Berean ave intersects. 
697 Coffee Mrs Maria 
703 Gains W M 
705 Peek W H 

GOING WEST. 

S. Forsyth intersects., 
27 Vacant 
33 Brooks A 

37 Holbrook R A 

38 SchififF 

41 Saloshin L 

47 Ring S 

48 Wedemeyer Mrs F 

50 Gloer J W 

51 Craven A J 

52 King G M 
56 Weiss Wm 

58 Campbell A A 

C R JR intei'sects. 

ET V & G R R intersects. 

Peters intersects. 

Bradbury ends. 



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For Table Use. 
No. 100 WHITBHAIiI« STBEET. 



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8OLK AGKNT FOR 

The Celebrated Pabst Breiing Co/i 

MILWAUKEE BEER. 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Streets. 

Teleohone 420. 



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03 Tidwell W P 

04 Kimball Mrs F 

05 Alexander L, c 
08 Johnston Mrs M J 
12 Scoggins Mrs M W 
14 Hunter H L 

Walker intersects. 
33 Adams James A 

39 Johnson Jerry D 

40 Wilkerson W O 

45 Smith W B 

46 Kicklighter M A 

47 Johnson Miss S B 
5 1 Lea G 

55 Klasset C 

56 Smith Mrs L 

57 Fair L A 

61 Turnipseed B, r 

62 Floyd L E 

65 Johnson W C 

66 McManaman Ed F 

67 Spence O B 

Chapel intei^sects. 
72 Bowen Mrs C 
75 Gossett J H 
81 Aired Mrs P 

84 Peyton Nebo, c 

85 Vacant 

86 Powell George, c • 

88 Wesley John, c 

89 Chapman Mrs S A 
92 Wilson Flovd, c 

95 Schell W A 

96 Daily P J 

Bailey cammences, 
200 Daniels W H 
202 Brown James 



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URGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICFS. 

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FAIR — Continued 

206 Farr J B 

207 Hayden L F 
210 Simpson F M 

215 Vacant 

216 Johnson M W 

Walnut cantmences. 
218 Wallace Chpl (Presby) 

222 Mylius G J 

223 Poole G W 

227 Jones W E 

228 Vacant 

232 Latham J M 

233 Waits J G 

236 Garrow Geo 

237 Whittaker J H 
239 Owen E B 

243 Crumley J A 

244 McDaniel Mrs F E 

246 Barnes L P 

247 Jones W R 
250 Blake H 

Vitie commences. 

254 Butler R A 

255 Tucker J H 

257 Vacant 

258 Adair J H 

259 Jordan J M 

262 Hall J R 

263 Berry Mrs J 

265 Dial P 

266 Gossett J H 

267 Rich W M, c 

268 Johnson H, r 

271 James M, c 

272 Simpson Mrs Marv 
275 Wells J W, <: 

Elm. commences. 



284 McClellan Mrs L E 

288 Rich W, c- 

289 Dozier G, c 

290 Smith John, i 

291 Bogans I, c 
293 Mobley ], i 
297 Vacant 

309 Henderson J, r 
Roach end.*. 

313 Cook F E 

314 Prioleau W, t- 
321 Slater A J 

325 Bradley J F 

326 Gilbert G, ^ 

Lawshe enxU. 

327 Carson M 
359 Beaver J L 

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Wards 5 and 6. 

Walton intersects, 
26 Phillips Harry 
33 Speer E A | 

Poplar iniermects. 
Luclde intersects. 

59 Lawshe P E, 

60 Bullen D R 

6$ Reed Wallace P 
64 Morrison Thomas 

67 Dykeman S N 

James intersects. 

68 Stevenson Mrs M A 

69 Posse C E 

71 Biggers G B 

72 Whitsley S J 

73 Carroll M C 



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ATLANTA WIBB AND IBON WORKS CO. 




WAITING MACHINES. " It ttands at the head." 

M. B. TORBETT A CO., (Successors to Torbett & McCandless.) 

General Agents for Georfda and Alabama 

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77 Lynch Mrs S A 

Church intersects. 



FIFTH AVENUE, from Bell e 
to Fort, I n of Gilmer. 

4 Red wine R, c 

5 Dobbs J , r 

6 McGinnis J, c 

7 Pitts R, c 

8 Tripp A, c 

1 1 Brown P, c 

12 Bell Wm, c 

13 Jackson C, i 

14 Summers M F, c 



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Fost and w to Cherry at north- 
western limits. 



FILMORE, now called Gilmer. 

FITZGERALD, from Decatur 
n to Edge wood ave, i w of 
Boulevard, Ward 4. 

10 Reeves T 

12 Minhennett A C 

16 Hamilton G L 
Todd ends. 

20 Prysock M J 

20 Wells Lillius L 

24 Woodruff R G 

26 Barrow T J 

32 Blackmon T J 

33 Johnson A J 

36 Massey W S 

37 Quironet A J 
40 Minis J P 



PLUMBING. 

S. A. ALBRIGHT, 

8 West Wall St, 

Telephone 373. 

Centeunial Building. 



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GartreU intersects. 

61 Holmes Richard 

62 Christian T J 

63 Holmes R 

64 Hopkins Mrs M J 
66 Hood WW 

Chamberlin intersect^^ 



FLAT SHOALS Road from S 
Boulevard s e, 3 s of E Fair. 

FLETCHER, from Humphries 
e 6 s of Georgia ave. (Pitts- 
burg. 

FLORENCE, from Highland 
ave n to East ave, i e of For- 
tune. 



FLOYD ALLEY, from King e 
between E. Fair and Wood- 
ward ave. 



FORMWALT, from Whitehall 
s to limits, I w of Pryor, 
Ward 2. 

13 Reich Rev Leo 

14 Boatenreiter Mrs J B 

Fair intersects. 

17 Higbee Miss S B 

18 Vacant 

22 Jacobus J A 

23 Soloshin L 
23 King J W 

26 Barron T J 

27 Thomas W H 

30 Crawford John 

31 Evans Carrie, c 



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FORMWALT-Continued 

33 Kauffmann David 

34 Whitfield G M 

37 Leers Abraham 

38 Vacant 

44 Lindsey Mrs M S 

Woodmard ave intersect<. 
48 Vacant 
52 Murphy John E 
58 Schvim S 
61 Cooper J A 

64 Schwartz S 

65 Hawkins J B 

67 Underwood Mrs M A 

68 Vacant 

Rawson iniersecU. 
98 Orchard Mrs H V 
104 Frazer C M 

Eugen ia inter i^cU . 
118 McDanicl J M 
122 Lukenbill Mrs E A 
126 Dailey S E 

129 Hammond Hannah, c 

130 Melton J T 
133 Weems Ben, c 

Fulton commences. 
153 Hicks T M 

161 Vacant 

162 Kimball J W 

Hichardmn intersects. 

205 Battle London, c 

206 Bruchmann A > 
213 Battle Linton, c 

Crumley intersects 
222 Dunn A L 
226 Houston W W 
234 Vacant 
237 Brady J D 



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Vacant 
Moon Z B ' 
Sawtell LP 
Slaughter Bradley 
Coursen Mrs V C 
Adams M 
Piantini Umberto 
Buchanan G A 

Glenn intersect^. 
Doonan John J 
Steiner John E 
Confer S H 
Brady Mike 
Byrns Mrs S 
Branen Mrs Kitty 
Bray F C 

Georgia ave intersects. 
Abbott H L 
Beck R 
Devereaux F I 
Sawtell H C 

Bass intersects. 
Young W F 
Young F H 
Vincent W J 
Vacant 
Dunlap W H 
Wood C E 
Knight Jas A 
Moore P H 
Taylor John N 
Andruss E S 
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Dixie Baking Powder. 

ThiB powder is a home manufacture of 
the very highest quality. 

Perfect healthfulness and perfect leaven- 
ing qualities guaranteed. 

DIXIE BAKING POWDER CO. 
116>^ aad 118 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga. 





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13 Mrs Thornbury's School 
19 Venable W H 
23 Nicolson G A 

33 Glenn J T 

34 Acee Mrs M J 
Courtland ave intersects. 

40 Crumley W M 
45 McCollom J L 
48 Scales H P 

53 Crenshaw W T 

54 Newman W T 

58 Overton R 
61 Brosius J M 

64 HoUiday G H 

65 Green J M 

71 Riley E S 

75 McCarty J D 

76 Holliday J S 
79 Fain W L 

Piedmont ave intersects. 
83 Griffin J J 
86 Hancock F G 
93 Winterburn J A 
99 Banks Catharine, c 

00 Daniel C J 

01 Fisher H E 
05 Toy R B 
24 Blalock M. r ' 
32 Boynton Elnathan 
56 Brady I A 

59 Vacant 

60 Fitzgibbon Mrs J 
64 Colvin R L 
68 Silvey Jerome 

72 Johnson J M 

Fort intersects. 
185 Williams J E 

Office, 37 Marietta Street, Atlanta, 6a. 

Telephone 118. 
Moving a pleasure by getting 

Read's Transfer. 

if you are going to break up housekeep- 
ing, give us your key and "we will take 
charge of your goods, pack and store 
them; or get freight rates and ship to 
any point. 



The Dresden, 

Rogers Siherplated Ware, Table 
Cutlery, Lamps, 

Largest Variety. Ijowest Prices. 

37 Whitehall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 




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195 Richardson F H 
213 Billup M, c 
215 Harris A, c 

225 Mc Michael J C 

226 Wilson W S 

227 Fain W L 

228 Hargraves D B 

229 Vacant 

230 Dozier L A 
233 Vacant 
237 Taylor H 

Summit ave intersects. 
239 Allen F L 
247 AVilliams W F 
250 Austin E W 
253 Wey H B 
256 Askew W S 
258 Peters T 

261 Brazil Mrs H 

262 Hanson H C 
264 Roan B H H 
268 Vacant 




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Church at junction Peach tree, 
and s w to Whitehall, Ward 
I, and divides 5 and 6. 

GOING NORTH. 

1-3 Fain W L 

2 Morris Nelson & Co 

4 Vacant 

5 Atlanta Beef Co 

6 Foote Abe & Bro 

7 Sheek & Co 

8 Kreigshaber V H 

10 Ladd A C Lime Co 

11 Sheek & Co 



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MtCUIIERY and TOOLS. 



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FiUlagiudBruiaeods. 

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FORSYTH— Continued 

12 Snow H Y 

13 McDonald Bros 
^^ Vacant 

18 Vacant 

Manetfn Intersecfi', 
U S Custom House 
Massa E A 
Hotel Weinmeister 
Troy Steam Laundry 
Grant & Alvarez 

40vDozier A \\ 

Walton inkr.irctK. 

49 Reynolds B A 
Foote G W 

51 Brimstella Mrs (i 

54 Westmoreland Mrs L C 

55 Booth Mrs D C 

Poplar inter!*ects. 
57 Ellington Miss M W 

61 Winter A L 

62 Purtell Mrs S T 
64 Parker M G 

66 Hardon V O 

67 Flanders L C 

70 Orme F H 

71 Phillips M S 

Luekie intersects. 

74 Bovd W W 

75 Peiot J J 

82 Schaffner Mrs M D 

Gray Mrs C M 
Jaines intersects. 

Beaty & Taylor 

Ezzard W L 
98 Sherwood J M 

1 01 Currington A 

102 Burns James 



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Church intersectff. 
106 Monnish W A ^. 

108 Gregg T R & Co 
1 10 Key West Cigar Co 

GOING SOUTH. 

W & A R R Offices 
ItaUroad intersects. 
Alabama intersect^. 

15 Atl Traction Co 

17-19 Vacant 

i7^1nman H T 

23 Riordan John & Co 

24 Stewart & Bowden 
25-27 Ashley H P 

29 Vacant 

30 Akers F P H 

31 Parker Ci B 
:^2 Watts & Huff 

33 Parker ('» B & Co 
33^Thomas Shadrach, i' 

34 Southern Paint & Glass Co 

35 McLean J S 

36 Perkins Mchy Co 

37 Vaughn Charles 
39-41 Jones W O 

Gray John M 
45 Sanders John W 
47 Hill & Walker 

Hunter intersects. 
51 Hartman Mfg Co 

Union Drawn Steel Co 
55 Russell & Co 
57 Vacant 

59 Southern Saw Mfg Co 

60 Cody & Ray 

61 Malsby & Avery 

65 Southern Farm Tool Co 

66 Piedmont Eng & Mach Co 





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Minffo Lump, Nut, Steam, Anthra- 
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M. C. WHITLOCK & CO. 

256 MABllfiTTA ST. 

Telephone 1416. 



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WBITING MACHINES. «« It stands at the head." i 

M. B. TOBBETT A CO., (Successors to Torbett A McCandless,) 
General Agents for Georgia and Alabama 
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FORSYTH— Continued 
68 Salvation Army Barracks 

70 Birdsall Co The 

71 Stamps O L 
74 Sunny South 

MitclieU intermds. 

84 Bell W E c 

85 Akers J S 
90 Barker C D 
92 Hopkins J R 
94 Combs & Stone 

96 Gate City Steam Ldy 
98 Atl Wooden-ware Co 

1 01 Inman Orphan Home 

102 Wynne C W 
104 Davis W P 

106 Bryan J P , 

108 Ardmore The 

no Smith J Allen & Co 

1 1 1 Butt & Smoot 

112 Nix Joseph S 

113 Heifner F P 

Trinity are intersects. 

114 Cotton J W 

117 Williams J H 

118 Underwood Mrs M A 
122 Knott Mrs E 

126 Cohron Rev Joseph 
129 Jones Isabella, c 

133 Kinard J W 

134 Tucker J H 

138 Chapman Mrs B E 

139 Wilson W H 

143 Brauss R 

144 Burnett C C 
(German Lutheran Church 

Garnett intersects 
148 Hirschfeld J W 



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98 WHITEHAIili STREET. 

See PaKe 57. 




PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN— 

Raising and ii|oviDg Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special F»'CllUiet 

for Moving HeaNT Articles. 

Telephone 844. 21H B- Alabama. 

151 Blevins Minnie, c 
155 Mitchell Gabe, c 
158 Sloman S J 

160 Marks Jacob 

161 Wolfe Henry 

163 Evans Wm 

164 Ren fro C E 

168 Crawford Mrs L A 

169 Crankshaw H & Co 
172 Rosenfeld.L 

176 Bowen Mrs F L 
178 Vacant 
180 Pedigo J H 
182 Strauss David 

Brotheii,on intersects, 

184 Vacant 

186 Hetzel Mrs H 

187 Bach Mrs H D 

188 Hirsch Morris 
i9i^\Nally Martin 
194 Hirsch Henry 

197 Few J M 

198 Hirsch Joseph 

199 Ellison Mrs L F 

201 Shulhafer A E 

202 Haas Aaron 

205 Israel A 
CasUeberry commences. 

206 Guthman Isaac 
210 Eichberg J T 

213 Franklin Max 

214 Fox J 
218 Vacant 

221 Steinau Louis 

222 Cohen Louis 
Fair intersects. 

227 Pollock H 

235 Brotherton W H 



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FORSYTH— Continued 
239 Crawford Mrs L A 
242 Atkins Elijah, c 

FORT, from Decatur n to lim- 
its, Wards 3 and 4. 
3-1 1 Haas Gathman & Co 

10 Wilson J, t 

14 Johnson S, c 

Gilmer emlx. 

2C) Boggs Sorv, r 

31 Kelsey R, r 

^^ Johnson Carrie, c 

35 Rhodes Elizabeth, c 

37 Baptist Church, i 

38 Calloway CM 
44 Forsyth W G 
46 Vacant 

48 Burns Mfg Co 

Schojield {nter>feeff>. 

54 Wilson E, c 

55 Clayton David, c 
59 Flood S, c 

61 Holcomb F, <• 

Blackman David, c •. 

65 Dansby W L, c 
jG"] Brown Joshua, r 
Fain inter^ecU. 
69 Holmes J G, c 
71 Heard Stokes, ,e* 
73 Carr Matilda, c 
75 Gill Mrs M V 

78 McLendon J S 

79 Mash burn J W 
83 Clark T L 

92 Mann J, c 

93 Tanner W J 

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08 Vaughn M, c 
12 Bird Martha, c 
14 Walter S, <• 

20 Cutright P, c 
Ed(jewo<Hl are Uiten^cU. 

21 Seastrong C, c 

23 Bell Isaac, r 

24 Bush Thomas, c 

26 Crowder E, c 

27 Washington G, c 

28 Smith F, c 
32 Birden C, c 

Rat<her}y alendii, 

39 Johnson Lillie 

40 Miller Andrew, c 
42 Starnes R A 

45 Eberhart C, c 

Wheat mter>ieet*. 

61 Glass J, c 

62 Lee N, c 

Old Wheat intenect.<. 

64 Sampson Green, c 

65 Lewis J L, r 

68 Davis M, ^ , 

69 Moore George, c 

70 Sherman Wm, c 

Green end^. 

72 Andrews R, c 

73 Nelson C, r 

75 Betts Wm R, r 

74 Brancher Wm, r 
78 Moore Jerry, t' 

80 Hugeley P, r 

81 Carter A, c 

82 Williams Peter, c 

83 Wadley Henry, c 

84 Johnson John, c 



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FORT— Continued 

185 Nesbitt Stephen, c 

186 Jones M, <: 

187 Gates Hattie, c 

188 Stephens S, c 

189 Howard M^ c 

190 Wyatt Ruth, c 
192 Reed F, <: 
194 Clayton L, c 

Irwin comrmnces. 
Houston intersecti. 
208 Hankerson F J, ^ 
Ellis intersects. 

214 Clower J E 

215 Wimbish C C, f 
219 Thompson N, r 
223 Tailor — , c 

227 Ryans J M, f 

228 Hankerson Joseph, c 

229 Zachry Frank, c 
233 Beasley A E, c 

235 Ryan J M, ^ 

236 McHenry Jackson, f 

238 Jones Steve, ^r 

239 White H J, r 

242 Prince Thomas, <- 

243 Niles V, c 

244 Josie Robert, c 

Ckiin intersects, 
255 Dupree H, c 
259 Smith C B, ^ 
261 Person Ed, c 

Gra/*e emU. 
264 Wiggins H, c 

266 Willis Jim, c 

267 Bates R, e 

268 Hewby Matt, c 

269 Evans J 



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Candies, made fresh every day. 
CEO. CARROW, 
100 Whitehall Street. 



D. C L-OEB, 



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The Celebrated Fabet Brewing Co.'e 

MIL WAUKEE BEER. 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 snd 80 
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Telephone 420. 



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273 Summers Cj c 
277 Foster J, c 

Wilson commences. ^ 

283 Daniel G 

Harris ends. 

284 Clower & Johnson 
292 Fretwell John 
294 Metcalf Hugh 

Highland ave commences. 
298 Jones K 
300 Johnson W, r 
304 Simonton J, c 
308 Lee W, c 

311 Edwards A, c 

312 Holcomb TH,c- 

Baker ends. 

313 Clark G, c 
315 Evans J, c 
317 Lay D, c 

319 Dennis Rev H C, c 
323 Stewart T, c 
327 Chappel A, c 
331 Humphrey W D, r 
335 Lucky L, c 
337 Toombs L, c 
339 Latimore S, r 
341 Williams H J D, r 

346 Morris J, r 

347 Williams W, c 
351 Bailey S, c 

Forest ave intersects. 
392 Templeton C 
397 Savage H R 
429 Pratt E 

Curlier intersects. 

451 Woolfold L, c 
453 Clayton A, r 
477 Bowen N, c 



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A. L DELKIN & CO. 

JEWELERS, 

Wholesale and Ket il. 

LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

_ . 69 WHITEHALL ST. 



FORT— Continued 
484 Callaway S, r 
495 Payne R, «r 

Fine intersect. 
506 Coogler J T 
510 Farmer J H 

Linden intei'^ects. ' 



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of Formwalt, i w of Pryor, 
South Atlanta. 
8 Fromoishon I 

12 Vacant 

13 Vacant 

14 Vacant 

15 Vacant 
17 Vacant 

21 White J 

22 Printup C T 

23 Smith H 

24 Burke M J 

25 Shelton S A 

26 Freeman G 

27 Duncan E B 

28 Fievet Mrs F 

29 Florence G W 

30 Fievet A 
33 Young J L 
35 Vacant 

37 Vacant 
^S Jones K 
40 Clarke J H 

Martin Mrs A J 
50 Mobley W H 

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1 2 Lee C J 

24 Horton D H, c 

27 Maddox R 

32 Murden W 

33 Jackson M, c 

34 Murden W M, < 
36 Latimer N, c 

40 Walker B, c 

43 Maddox J W 

44 Vacant 

46 Wood T 

47 Calhoun 

50 Daniel W, c 



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limits dividing Wards i and 5. 
12 Persaw A, t: 
18 Vacant 

W. & A. R. R. hiter*€<:U. 
Winship Machine Works 

51 Weinmeister Henry 

52 Vacant » 
55 Smith A L & Co 

Hulsey ends. 
Ellioit intersects. 
6g Huff Horace 

71 Ortwein Herman 

72 Fisher F 

73 Pritchard W R 

75 Dempsey Mrs M 

76 Ehlers Augustus L 
79 Bigham T^ E 

82 Loughmiller Mrs M A 

83 Warren Charles P 

85 Wilby Frank 

86 Bosche R C 
89 Wilson W E 



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90 Fisher George 

91 Allison George ' 

92 Edgar Bros 

93 Vacant 

95 Vacant 

96 Wilby John 

97 Wallace H F 
99 Dukes J R ' 

100 Paris L^W 
Widdersheim C 

1 01 Thomas Henry, c 

103 Page Tom, c 

104 Holland Mary, c 

105 Wingfield Sarah, c 
107 Donaway Annie, c 
no Redd Duncan, c 

1 1 1 Myers W R 

112 Echols Abraham, c 

115 Vacant 

116 Hammett J J 

Mangum intene^t*. 

121 Early F, c 

123 Vacant 

125 Payton H, c 

127 Wingfield Daniel, c 

129 Vacant 

131 Thomson Angelina, 

140 Stewart Laura W 

142 Moses Joseph, c 

148 Johnson W R 

Haynes intersects. 
154 Stoddard Wm, c 
156 Jordan Wm, r 
158 Florence J, c 
163 Barfield J H 
165 Plunkett Mrs A 




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MANUFACTUREBS OP 

READY MIXED PAIHTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

Willie lead,l-CoatCarriageru&tt,&c 

"actory , 375 Decatur St reet. 

Office 56-^ Marietta Street. 



SEWER PIPE. 

S. A. ALBRIGHT, 

8 Wast Wall Street. 

TeleplkOMe 978. 



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Davis intersects. 
Evans S D 
Smith Joseph M 
Vacant 
Vacant 
Vacant 

Phelps Squire, c 
Boutell G H 
Keith Lizzie, c 
Ponder T J 
Connor H L 
Crim W M 
Robertson Henry N 

Lowe intersects. 
Fairbanks E S 
Prater J S 
Haney Mrs A R 
Key W D 
Adkins G B 
Carraway S W D 

Maple intersects. 
Weaver W 
Brooks Jesse N 
Dedmon Marcus L 
Smith J M 
Pittman Wm H 
Ogletree B, c 
Rivers J S, r 
Sullivan Robert, c 
Vacant 
Vacant 

Walnut intersects. 

Vine intersects. 

Sunset ave int^rsecU. 

Granger intersects. 

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2 Toney G W 
4 Doyle R E 
Northcutt L T 
Vacant 
Proctor H C 
Roberts J M 
10 Vacant 
287 Hill D E ' ' 

291 Hendricks Mrs E 

292 Vacant 
301 Golden J T 
308 Kinnard M J 
312 O'ShieldsE 
314 Brown Mrs M J 
317 Golden FS 





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7 Pierce A E 
9 Eddleman F J 

13 Lee J F 

14 Brewer W D 

15 Carroll M J 

16 Vacant 

18 W^oodruff J M 

Powers eiicb. 

19 Fornette Mitchell 

20 Netherland R M 

22 Gunn A M 

23 Pharr T E 

Alexander inienecU. 
45 Wheeler J M 

Mills intersects. 
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61 Puckett Rev Hastings 
6s Jeter E \\ 

65 Williams Mrs A J 

66 Vaughn Mrs M 
70 Bankston Mrs F E 
74 Willis J . 

Hunnicutt lnfer>ierU. 

90 Cape W 

92 Payne O P 

96 Crute C T 
100 Reeves J J 
104 McDonald J H P 

107 Warner L D 

108 Harralson J 

Pi^ie inter sex'ti*. 
124 Thompson H A 
128 Norman J W 

133 Davis V W 

134 Thompson H A 

137 Carson C L 

138 Harper J T 

141 Roper W H 

142 Ballard J A 

Merritts ave intersects, 
Gresham intersects, 
171 Cooper J F 

175 Vacant 

176 Quinn T H 

178 Moncrief D S 

179 Baron A B 

180 Ray H C 

182 Gannon Mrs M A 

183 Vacant 

184 Buford Mrs A 

185 Turner C 

186 First Baptist Mission 

187 Leon S 
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5 Sterling H, c 
7 Jenkins H, c 

9 Blassingame L, c 
II Jackson E, c 

14 Dorsey S, c 

15 Simms D, ^ 
17 Moultrie J, r 

2 1 Harris L, ^ 

22 Roberts J H, r 

23 Lampkin D, c 
27 Campbell J 

30 Thompson & Ivey 
34-36 Fulton Co Jail 
43 Holmes OjV 
45 V^€ant 

Fair ini&i'sects, 
51 McCraney Mrs V E 
55 Watson W A 

57 Craft H T 

58 Tripp J R 

61 Lee H C 

62 Chapman W H 

65 Bonnell W A 

66 Dodge R P 

68 Henderson John 

69 Ballard Mrs H L 

70 W^ayne Mrs J E 
74 Rothwell Mrs D 
76 Bishop W C 

78 Peterson J S 




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Fine China, Crockery, Glassware, 
Bric-a-brac, 

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city. Prices Low. 

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82 Battle A F 

91 Fisher Rev C O, c 

92 Houghton Mrs R 

93 Goodie tt James, c 
95 Mims,^amuel, c 
97 Hopkins Hattie, c 
99 Smith' Alex N 

104 Davia Vaseline, c 
107 Felts Albert, c 
109 Leak J F, ^ 
no Tilton Florida, c 
114 Varner D, c 

Rawson intersects. 

116 Fenn L H 
118 Foster Mrs V A 
120 Fenn L H 
122 Goza D C 

125 Renkl W C 

126 Robinson R J 

127 Vacant 

129 Hall G W 

130 Vacant 

131 Duffy J H 

133 Muller L H 

134 Vacant 

135 Vacant 

137 Vacant 

138 Wilson A J, r 

141 Wright Andrew, c 

142 Watts A, c 
145 Short James, c 
148 Watts A, c 

Clarke intersects. 
152 Malone America, r 

155 Walker Dennis, c 

156 Gant A, c 

157 Hull Wiley, c 



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FRAZER— Continued 
58 Bethlehem Church 

61 Chelsey Amelia, c 

62 Strong A L, r . 

63 McDonald G D, c 

64 Strong A L, ^ 
Solomon comDienceit. 

68 Hamm \, c 
70 Johnson A W, c 
72 Sims K, r 
74 Howard J, t* 

76 Gibson H, c 

77 McAvoy Allen, c 

78 Smith A, c 
80 Pope Jeff, ^ 

Fulton intersects. 
82 Hackett H, c 
84 Jenkins L, <: 

88 Hardy A, c 

89 Milas Lula, c- 

91 Burt J, c 

92 Carr J, c 

93 Johns L, c 

94 Porter Lucy, c 

95 Read Oscar, c 

96 Brown J, c 
98 Scriven Addie, ^ 

Hammock Place commences. 

199 Robinson Mrs E J 

200 Wallace J, c 

201 White J T 
Dean F, c 

Richardson intersects. 
214 Vacant 
216 Jones R L, ^ 
220 Gleeson Wm 
224 Duncan J W 
228 Lamar Wm, r * 



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232 Young Wm, c 

RicJiTnond commence}*. 
236 Hooper B, c 
238 Sutton T, ^ 
244 Van Stavoren J H 
Crumley inter sectit, 

247 Smith H N 

248 Lockhart O A, 6* 

251 Wyatt Cy,c 

252 Burk D G 

253 Bell Thomas, c 

255 Mott A, c 

256 Harlin D L 

257 Ottermus P, c 

258 Kelly A F 

259 Jones R B, c 

261 Jones Rev C O, i 

262 Stewart A 

263 Stevens Sidney, c 

265 Thomas I, c 

266 Simmerly I S 

267 Willis J, c 
269 Threat Ben, c 
271 Smith R, c 

273 Cargile M, c 

274 May bee Mrs M A 

275 Cargile Andrew, c 
279 Maddox Alex, c 
281 Cargile M, c 

283 Glenn Wm, c 

284 Dickey R H 

289 Vacant 

Glenn iiitei'sects. 

290 Moore A, c 

291 Oslin Wesley, c 

292 Williams Q, c 
295 Wilkins Wm, c 
297 Foster Harriet, c 




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At wholesale and retail. 

Kinso Furnace, Foundry A Steam 

Coke. 

Ml. C. WHITLOCK & CO. 

US6 MARIETTA ST. 

Telephone 1415. 



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FIRE INSURANCE I *« "3. torbbtt » co.» 



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KIMBAUi HOUSB, DBCATUK ST. TBUBPHONB 72. 



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298 Blake H, c 

301 Dukes Wm, r 

302 Carter O, c 

305 Mosely Andrew, c 

306 Graham G W, r 

307 Morrison A L, c 

308 Alexander J J, ^ 

309 Lawrence H, r 

310 Graham G W, r 

313 Booker Frank, c 

314 Wiggins L W 
316 Howard A D 

Georgia ave intersects. 

321 Askew H O 
332 Hubbard P M 
334 Thurman J B 
338 Bates J S 
34:2 Williams Mrs F 
348 Walker Lizzie, c 

Bass intersects. 
355 Long Emma, r 
357 Taylor Jennie, c 
359 Carson Lizzie, c 
363 Harris Edward, c. 
367 Harris R, c 

371 Harper ], c 

372 Epps Iverson, c 
Eraser Street School 

375 Vacant 
377 Bodenheimer J A 
Love intersects. 
385 Boyce MB 
389 Britton F M 
393 Erwin J L 
395 Vacant 
399 Jackson Allen 
406 Lumpkin W S 



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98 WHITBHAIili STBBBT. 

Sm Paare 67. 



PIM & TAYLOR 

—OONTBAOTORS IN— 

KaisiBg and IQoviig Buildings, 

Brick or Frame BuUdlngs Handled with 

Pe?fectlafety. Special FnclUties 

fOT Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 844. 21>6B. Alabama 



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DeLay W E 
Vacant 
Engesser Wm 
Hendrix J M 

Little intersects. 

Vacant 
Fulton F 
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Exposition grounds,^ fT of 
Bleckley ave. \ J * 

FULLER, f^ E T V & G R 
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n of Foundry, Ward 5. 

FULLER'S ALLEY, from 
Peters e to C R R, i s of 
Joyner. 

FULTON, from Windsor e to 
Martin, 5 s of Fair, Wards 
2 and 3. 
23 Wither Miss Ella 
26 Vacant 

Cooper intersects. 

39 Jones Reuben 

* Fm-mivalt intersects. 
Pryor intersects. 
PuUiam intersects. 
Washin^n intersects. 
177 Harris John, c 
182 Vacant 
186 Vacant 

Crew intersects. 



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FULTON— Continued 
208 Smith H S 

Capitol ave intersects, 
249 Turner Mrs M E 
257 Vacant 

Fraser intersects. 
264 Blackman B, c 

272 Alexander J, ^ 

273 Drakeford F, c 

275 Keith A, c ♦ 

276 Lamar A, c 

277 Freeman E, c 

280 Maxey D, r 

281 Guthman Mrs H . 

283 Sewell C, c 

284 Blackman B, c 

285 Anderson B, c 
288 Bullock D, c 

291 Shelton L, c 

292 Johnson W, c 

293 Hunter J, c 

294 Kendall R, c 

295 Hale M, c 

297 Webb A, c 

298 Thomas A, c 
302 Andrews W, c 
307 Smith S, c 
309 Robinson A, <■ 

Martin intersects. 
Turner B T 

Connally intersects. 






GALLATIN, from State w to 
VV & A R R beyond limits. 

GARDEN, from Glenn s be- 
yond limits, I e of Connally, 
Ward 3. 



I Smith Mrs A E 

5 Rather S C 
44 Vacant 
52 Turner T C 

76 Vacant 

77 Rivers G, c 
81-83 Allen Mrs Belle 
87 Yarbrough Wm M 
89 Dolphus Wm, c 
93 Wellborn H 

loi Smith R, c 
105 Orrie C W 
no Vacant 

112 Dunn T O 

113 Shirley J P 

1 1 7 Ponder M, c 
149-147 Vacant 
152-154 Hubert C, c 

GARDNER, from Windsor w, 
I s of Rockwell, S Atl 

GARIBALDI, from Glenn s to 
limits, I w of Windsor, Ward 
2. 
8 Cofield A, c 

13 Bridger Hy, c 
Gaw R, c 

14 Williams C, c 
16 demons S, c 

18 Williams B, c 

19 Smith John B, c 

20 Stiles Lena, c 

22 Smith Wm, c 

23 King Henderson, c 

24 Smith Mattie, c 
26 Weaver Ruth, c 
28 Linly V, c 
30 Gault T, c 



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32 Woodward A J, r 
'33 McDaniel Josie 
35 Pinion L 
39 Christian Wm J 
43 Carroll Wm W 
45 Fletcher Geo 
47 McNew Weaker 
Henderson Thos J 

55 Evans W G 

56 Whitmire J M 
60 Salter W A 

63 Erwin Nathan 
68 Bennett John 
70 Moore W J 
72 Vacant 
74 Johnson J 
76 Slate Mrs Mattie 
78 Gilbert R J 
80 Griffin J W 

85 Matthews Wm F 

86 Russel Thos G 
89 Shaw D 

93 Branden Frank 

94 Henry Geo W 

Edds ends. 
Stephens intersecis. 

GARNETT, from Thompson s 
e to Loyd, i s of Peters, 
W^ards i and 2. 
I Alley J B 

5 Whitehead O W 

6 Booth W K 

Thompson interse('tj^. 
9 Schindler Mrs E 
1 1 Stamps J R 
15 Nolan A A 



The Candy Kitchen. 

We use no paints nor colors in 
the majiofaotiire of oar Oandies at 
C A R R O W'S, 1 00 Whitehsll Street. 



The Choicest and Finest Branos 

Old Oie&r Pepper, Old Crow Wliiikiei 

sad Chotecst Wines and Brsndiea 
Direct Imported. 

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



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Saunders W E 
Spahr Otto 
Mayer I M 
White R L 
Cronheim Solomon 
Bosworth J M 
Tidwell Mrs A L 
LaHatte M T 
Vacant 

Armour Sarah, ^ 
Wright Jason, c 

Kelsey Rachel, c 

Sterling Emma, c 
Forsyth intersects. 

Schmidt R 

Hebrew Synagogue 

Collins H T 

Jordan J W 

Stein S B 

Mays F O 

Chapman S D 

Moline M C 

Mims J C 

Elsas Jacob 

Powell Mrs H M 

Saloshin Gustavus 

Reivier Mrs M V 
Whitehall intersects. 

Page W H 

Harlan G W 

Brennan G N 

Pfeiffer Mrs E 

Stovall Hannah, c 
Pry or intersects. 

Curtis A E 
Cheshire E D 
Hartman M 

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JEWELERS, 

Wholesale and Ret il. 

LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL ST. 



GARTELL, from Yonge e to 
Daniel, 2 s of Edgewood ave, 
Ward 4. 

4 Scott Wm E 

5 Rowe T J 

7 Glaze J 

8 Smith W K 

10 Ragsdale James , 

1 1 Carr J R 

13 Hardin Charles 

14 McGilvray A 

18 Lowe Asa 

19 Hewitt E W 

24 Harris W H • 

28 Manly M 

29 Ellington Mrs K P 

Antoinette ench. 
^^ Roe Thomas 
34 Stewart Wm F 
37 Vacant 

41 McWilliams H C 

42 Smith John T 
45 McKey Wm M 

48 Norris Robert 

49 Conger T A * 

52 Goode N J ' 

53 Justice HO 
56 Vaughn W A 
58 Harris W H 

60 Robinson Newton G 

61 Terry W^m M 

/ 'iizcjendd mfeniecU. 

64 Carmichael J W 

65 Donahue Frank A 

69 Marchman J W 

70 Jeffrey Charles J 
73 Stanford B J 

76 Myers Solomon M 



77 Burden John S 

Boulevard intersecU, 
Moss Clayborn, c 

98 Davis Alex, r 

99 Evans Ed, r 

100 Houseworth Reese, c 

1 01 Burdell Stephen, r 
103 Moore Cornelius, r 

106 Smith Lewis, c 

107 Baker Gustavus, i' 

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GAS ALLEY, from Monroe to 
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GATE CITY, from Glenn s bey 
limits, I w of Ira, Ward 2. 
Changed to Smith. 



GEORGE, from Ga R R s to g. 
Fair, i w of Cemetery, Ward < 






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to West End, i s of Glenn, 2 
Wards 2 and 3. ,fi> 

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Bank and Office HiiMi;, Wlniofr fiiardi an^ flintor Enclosoros 



MR THRRFTT Rb HO 'l ^^*» ^^•' Accident, and Plate Glass Insoranee 
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45 Eberhardt R P 

PvUima intersects. 
Wash imjton intersects. 
97 Sublette R A 
oi Orr Mrs S A 
05 Simmons J C 

09 Brittain M 

10 Webster S R 
Crew intersects. 

13 Maner C G 

Capitol ave intersect<. 
64 Ingraham Mrs E A 
68 Hare W F 
72 Vacant • 

74 Bankston S B 
76 Stallings J E 

Frailer intersects. 

80 Atkinson Mrs M H 

81 Rogers Mrs E A 

82 Howard A D 
85 Steel F 

88 Lewis Oscar 

89 Simonton J T 

91 Simonton & Bros 

92 Brown G 

95 Jackson Thomas 

96 Skelton W L 
Simonton J T 

Heed intersecti*. 

97 Wade J C 

98 Lockhart Rena, r 

201 Small E F 

202 Jenkins Calvin, c 
Georgia ave Presbyt church 

205 Donehoo E A 
209 McGee Mrs M 

Terry intersects. 

SEWER PiPY 

S.A.ALBRIGHT, 

PLUMBER, SmMUASFITTEH, 

8 West Wall Street. 

Telephone 378. 



TRIPOD - FflINT " CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

Wliite Lead,!-CoaiC»riage Punti,&e 

Factory. 375 Decatur Street. 

OiBce 56-58 Marietta Str et. 

204 Williams T L 
215 Lamar George A 

218 CioutzT A 

219 Smith J P 
227 Huzza R H 
229 Gilbert I H 

Martin intersects, 
237 Stallings J W 

Connally intersects. 
315 Wingatc J H 
317 Mell JL 

Garden intersects. 
323 Harden T L 
354 Wood A P 

Hill intersects. 
360 Russey J W 

Grant intersects. 
425 Mansfield F M 

001 NG WEST. 

14 O'Tyson Hezekiah 

15 Close Cyrus 
18 Simmons W L 

22 Bloodworth Mrs Emma L 

Fornuccdt intersects. 
26 Spencer Wm 
41 Kendall A 

Cooper intersects. 
54 Briggs Wm 
58 Coogler A B ' 
69 Rhodes T N 
72 Fambrough F W 
77 Rucker Abraham, c 
Wi)idsor intersects. 
105 Appling Millie, r 
107 Paine I, c 
109 Linder C, t 

Ira intersects. 
125 Jackson Alfred, c 



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GILMER, from Ivy s e to Fort, 
I n of Decatur, Wards 4 and 6. 
12 Caldwell A A . 
18 Aenchbacher G A 

20 Pease W C 

21 Carter D j 
26 Lynch J E 

30 Jolinson A, r 

31 Troutman ] H | 
34 Lynch James • 

Courtlaml ove inter^ecU. 
36 Duhme C H 
42 Monteith R A 
44 Butcher A R . 
48 Robinson I 

52 Anderson Miss C T 

53 Lide J H 

56 Fincher J R 

57 Wyatt E V 
60 Hardy K C 

64 McKnight R S 

Piedmont ave infersects. 

75 Warnock M J 

76 Mayson CM 

77 Brantley John R 

78 Potts S 

80 Taylor A A 

81 Moore T M • 



82 Haubord B 
S3 Bryson T M 
86 Lee E J ' 

90 OT)onnelly E 

91 Bradbury J R 
93 Kirke E R 
97 Posner A 

Butler uttei'Aect'^. 
1 06 Berger D 
108 Cohen D 
no Alderman Lewis 
1 1 2 Cohen M 
114 Berkovitz Moses 
120 wSmullyan A 
124 Dunn W E 
126 Harnett A C 

130 Sanders Mrs Kate 

Pratt uitersfds. 

131 Wade J W 

144 Newman W H 

Moore intersects, 

145 Gregory W H 
152 Word W B 

155 South F C 

156 Knox M 

157 Mahan M H 

160 Wilson J. <■ 

161 Mendal M 

165 Smith Sarah E 

166 Stroud S H 

168 Baker J, c 

169 Lanier G H 

170 Bieser J M 
172 Sloan J T 

174 Conger J B 

Fifth Baptist Church 
Bell inter.<ects. 

175 Goodwin H C 



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or chemical. 

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un nreciiAKn co^ •rn^waAi i. 4. iMctt •?«• nrty hiui«b aort»n». 
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GH.MER— Continued 
183 Goldman Abe 

Win gate O 

Laird T C 

Hall M A 

Foreshaw E M 
201 Thompson C H, <:• 
204 Payne S R 

206 Peek A, c 

207 Jacobs H, c 

209 Williams W J c 

210 Williams John, c 
212 Demons G, c 

Fort intersecU. 



GLENN, from West End e to 
eastern limits, i n of Georgia 
ave, Wards 2 and 3. 
Kries intersects. 
Oemulgee intersects. 
45 Calloway D J 

Brosius Motor Mch Wks 
Vacant 
E T V & G R R hiterseeU. 
74 Cochran Isabella, c 
Humphreys intersects. 
AA^Lumber Co 
Hightower Rankin & Co 

84 Poole W, r 

85 Atl Traction Co 
97 Bailey Gordon J 
99 Summers Alfred 

1 01 Powell G A 
103 Vacant 
105 Perry W F 
107 Vacant 
T09 Master J D 
1 ic Thrasher E, c 




The Dresden, 

F/ne China, Crocker/, Glassware, 

Bric-a-brac. 
The most extensive stock in the 

37 Whitehall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 

118 Rufifins Laura, c 

120 Gaines Dora, c 

123 Callaway E W 

124 Ramsey E, c 

125 Davis Robert, c 

126 Kerr Mrs M E 
128 Williams Ned, c 

130 Brown Arthur, c 

131 McCoy James, c 

134 Lavender W, c ^ 

136 Prince Frank, c 

138 Walraven Miss L 

139 Winters David, c 

140 Searcy Anna, r 
148 Atlanta Lumber Co 

159 Preston & Parks 

McDaniel intersects. 

160 Barksdale W R 

SmitJi intersects. 
Turner & Holley. 

168 Guinn W H 

169 Hayes Bros & Co 
169 Hayes Irvin B 

200 Rains D R 

201 Brooks W A 
213 Bryant Zack, c 
217 Williams Frank, c 
221 Price Turner, c 

Windsor intersects. 
246 Stanley C L 
250 Wimbish C W, c 

Cooper intersects. 
270 Peyton W R 

Formwalt intersects. 
289 Broyles R A 
295 Maner J W 

Pryor intersects. 
Loyd intersects^ 



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47 and 49 S. Broad Street 

(iLENN— Continued 

PuUiam intentech. 
Wash'nujton inferseci^, 
397 Vacant 
399 Vacant 
401 Vacant 

CrefC intersects. • 
438 Bailey C B, c 

Capitol ave intersects. 
Grady intersects. 

479 Vacant 

480 Tate R, c 

481 Mannings C, c 

483 Johnson Fannie, c 

484 Vacant 

486 Vacant 

487 Nunn H, c 
489 Nunn R, i 

Frasev intersects. 
503 Coakley H, c 

505 Gibson J, <: 

506 Casey ], c 

Reed Intersects. 
532 Vacant 

Martin intersects. 

ConnaUy intersects. 

Garden commences. 

653 Hard wick Mrs M L 

Hill intersects. 



GLYNN, from Martin e to 
Boulevard, i s of Clarke, 
Ward 3. 

150 Keister C M • 

154 Langford N A 

392 Vacant 

3516 Nelson VVm 

406 Varney WD 



404 McCray F 

408 Vacant 

412 Sizemore S J 



GODDARD, from Simpson n 
to Belhvood, i w of Vine. 



GOLDEN AVE, from Old 
Wheat n to Lyons ave, i e of 
Milliard. 



GOSPERO, from Randolph e 
to Wheat, 1 s of Irwin. 
12 Henderson J 

14 Harveston S 
16 Carr H C 

18 Matthews W J 
20 Beaver R E 
22 Browning D 

GRACE, from Fort e to Hil- 
liard between Wilson and 
Cain 
9 Norris M 

Wellborn J, c 

Hill A W 

Pruden B ^ 

15 Davis A L 

16 Williams M, c 

17 Hughes Miss 

18 Eason M 
20 Manning L 



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to Crumley, i e of Capitol 
ave, Ward 3. 



GRANGER, from W Hunter 
n, I e of Chestnut, Ward i. 
Carter intersects. 




At wholesale and retail. 

Xinso Furnace, Foundry ft Steazc 

Ooke. 

M. C. WHITLOCK & CO. 

2S6 MARIETTA ST. 

Telephone 1415. 



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Mosehj al commences. 
8 Dun away J 
10 Jackson Lizzie 
14 Smith F 
Tucker E, r 
Nesbit Wm 
Hodges H, ^ / 
Atl Stock Yards 
Biggers inte)\ect>i 

3^-33 ^Vylie C, c 
32 Parks B, (■ 

34 Parks B, c 

35 Andrews K, r 

39 Jones J, c 

40 Walker C H 

41 Williams M, <r 

Hnntfr inter,ieGts. 
54 Robertson J T 
60 Montgomery H, r 
Fair intersects. 
67 Laird J W 
71 Evans Mrs H 

75 Stowers H H 

76 Va^nt 

78 Dobbs Sallie, r 

79 Davis J M 
83 Keenev H G 
89 Ackers J W 
91 Hill Mrs D P 

Woodward ave intersects 

94 Oliver Mrs E P 

97 Reynolds W W 

99 Justis J 
103 Griffin R L 
107 Toy J M 




MEMPH 

STOVE CO. 

08 WHITEHALL STREET, 

See Pase 67. 




PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN— 

Ut^ising and |l|oving Buildings, 

Isfick or Frame Buildings Handled with 
I Perfect Salkty. Special F^cilitlea 
for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 844. 21>^£. Alabama. 



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Stovall W F 


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Chamblee J D 


119 


Porter J S 




Logan ends. 


124 


Bostain J A 


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Darnell C F 


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Smith G, r 


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Stallings D W^ 


133 


Burgess R B 


137 


Johnson S T 


141 


Laseter J i) 


143 


Vacant 


145 


Shackelford C P 


231 


Thompson W W 




Glynn intersects. 


235 


Logan G W 




Milledge ave intersects. 


284 


Cummings J E 


295 


Sage S J 


302 


Bryan E S E 




Baldwin J C 




Glam intersects. 


312 


Burns T A 




Georgia ave intersects. 




Pavilion intersects 


366 Camp J J 


380 


Walker F 



GRAPE ALLEY, from Irwin 
to Houston, I e of Boulevard, 
Ward 4. 



GRAVES, from Magnolia n to 
Foundry, i e of Vine, Ward i. 

GRAY, from Simpson n to lim- 
its, T w of W & A R R. 
Ward 5. 



Hunniciitt & Bsillngrath Co.,{* 

58 and 64 Peaohtrae Straat. 



Marbleised Iron. Slave and Hard- 
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And WHIPS of all kinds. 

60 SOUTH BROAD ST. 



AY — Continued 
Harris 1. P 
Brooks E L 
Barnes C A 
Ghelton Mrs M E 
Lee J B 
Donald W C 
Brown J. B 
Lee J C 

Yarbrough W M 
Vacant 
James C 
Saniles H, c 
Gristall E 
Jackson A 
Pittman W, c 
Williams — , c 
Sims Hattie, c 
Evans S, c 
Winfield C, c 
Mullen — 
Bryant W, c 
Vacant 

Hendricks W W 
Taylor M, ^ 
Huian L, c 
Vacant 
Green W C 
Fleming J A 
Miller G, c 
Craddock D. c 
Dabney A, c 
Crawford M, c 
Cailaway R, c 



GRAYS A1,LEY, between Bell 
and Vow, near Wheat." 



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GREEN, from 171 Fort w to 
Valentine, i n of Wheat, 
Ward 4. 
2 Porter J A, c 

7 Garrison S, t: 

8 Daniel Hoyt, c 

10 Robinson John, c 

11 Holmes W, c 

15 Sims Columbus, c 

16 Smith Allen, c 

19 Vacant. 

20 Loyd Solomon, e 

21 Vacant 

23 Vacant 

24 Giddens A, c 

25 Sims Henry, c \ 
28 Burton Wm, c ^ 






GREEN ALLEY, from Boule- 
vard near Irwin, next to 
Hogue. 



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from 113 Greens Ferry avo e 
to Dora, W'ard i. 



GREENS FERRY AVlE, from 
Chapel at Larkin w to limits. 
Ward I. 
5 Vacant 
7 Jones S, c 
10 Lay Joseph, c 

12 Lamar E, c 

13 Hogan P F, c 

14 Bell E, c 

16 Favors Henry, c 
\ri Hogan Butler, c 
18 Matthews Frances, e' 



V. H. KRIEGSHABER, 

\mi\ I suiLBiNG mm. 

Terra Cotta, Pressed Brick, 

Kinnear's Steel Ceiling, Bostwick Stcei 
Lath, Etc. 
Teleptooe S35. No. 8 N. FORSYTH. 

PAINT AND GLASS STORES. 

114 & 116 Whitehall Street. 
Sells LubricatiniT and Machine Oils 



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(iREEXS FERRY AVE— Con 

22 Rankin Amos, ^ 

23 Morrison A F 

24 Johnson Sanford c 

25 Vacant 

28 Chandler Ann, c 

29 Bailey Henry, c 

34 Clemmons T, c 

35 Tram m ell C. c 

38 Clemmons Mrs F 

39 Griffin Frank, c 

41 Providence Bap Ch, c 

42 Edge W 

46 Hawkins Mrs M 

47 Vacant 

56 Dean Miss M 

57 Roberts Mrs N E 

58 Nichols J 
60 Sanders I 
67 Wynne E, c 

73 Vinson Isaac, c 

74 Gardner S, c 
76 Sanders H, c 
78 Gibson M, c 

80 Nickerson L, c 

81 Smith F, c 

82 Hamilton W, c 
84 Elliott M, c 
86 Chambliss S, c 

90 Williams Eliza, ^ 

91 Vacant 

92 Godley T, c <- 

93 Brown H, c 

94 Geasley F, c 

95 Wilkerson George, c 

96 Clark W, c 

97 Johnson M, c 
I CO W' ebb J , c 
1 01 Adams J, c 



The Candy Kitchen. 

We use no paints nor colors in 
the manufacture of our Candies at 
C ARROW'S, 100 Whitehall Street. 



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11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Streets. 

Telephone 420. 



Humphries endr^. 
Lizzie emls. 

104 Barton C J 

105 Vacant 

II I Gilbert ], c 
115 Vacant 

Roach commenceti. 
129 McAfee James, <r 
133 Schroeder H 
137 Brown W H 
143 Vacnnt 
145 McAfee C, c 
147 Terry J, r f 

Shiloh Baptist Church, c 

Lau'she commencei^. 
193 Renfroe Mrs A M 

Chedn lit coiiimenced. 

198 Green D 

199 Howell \y D 

Culver ends. 

223 Brewster F E 

224 Vacant 
226 Vacant 

Henry eiuh. 

229 Dodson H 

230 Vacant 

231 Aiken C F 

232 Vacant 
234 Vacant 

237 Baggerly O R 

GREENWOOD AVE. from 
Boulevard e to Lake View 
ave I n of St Charles. 

GREGG, from Windsor w to 
Smith, I n of Richardson, 
Ward 2. 



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JEWELERS, 

Wholesale and Retail. 

UR6EST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

60 WHITEHALL ST. 



GREGG — Continued 
10 Henderson Jane, c 
12 Spike Levi, r 
16 Chester John, r 
-3 ^Vagner A, r 
24 Vacant 
26 Hodges Wm. c 
40 (ireen F, r 



GRESHAM. from Euckie e. i 
n of Merritts ave \v. Ward. 5. 
Shearer Machine Works 

21 Craig Bonnie 
29 Hoi brook F A 
y^ Hill W H 

McAfee iitf.erf<erfs. - 
37 Vacant 
33 Clements E T 
41 Miirtin J F> 

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GROVE, from Dillon n i \v of 
Hampton, beyond limits, e of 
Marietta. 



GUFFOX, from 3d n to 4th. i 
\v of Ponder. 



Gl'LLA'n\ from Ga R R, 
(Cemetery) s to Clark, 1 e of 
Grant, Ward 3. 

Mo.teleifa al entU. 
25 Smith ], c 
29 Hodge Mrs J A 
2,2, Hardin G 
37 Wright L 



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lUitler B, c 

Hnuftr eml^. 
(Jliver ] , I- 
Reed James, f 

Fair inter-iect". 
83 Mitchell J, r 
Barlow Susan, c 
Moselv .Anna, c 
Kendall Johanna, 
Bovne Fl" V 
West Thomas, c 
Curtright F W 
Rober't C S 
Xorto'n J L 
Jones W L 
Gordon C D 
McClendon R W 
Enric/ht Mrs C M 
Da) ^S W 
Day E F 
Brovles E X 
Wilson V A 



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sometimes called Air-Line al, 
Ward 4.. 





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HALL'S ALLEY, from Elliott 
w to Mangum, i s of Thur- 
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Wall \]\\ anl DecoratioBs. 

MONCRIEF & CO. 

Telephone 402. 

8 South Broad St. 



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Eraser e to Martin, i 
Richardson, Ward 3. ' 

10 Warner A, c 

14 Brown M, c 

16 Hunter C C, r 

20 Alexander M, r 

24 Brown A, ^ 



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10 Gormly Mrs S M 

12 Hammond J F 

20 Vacant 

67 Collins James 



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HARRIS, from Peachtree e to 
P'ort and w to Marietta, i n 
of Cain, Wards 4, 5 and 6. 

GOING EAST. 

15 Vacant 

Xesbet Mary, c 

Haynes Mrs B L 

Vacant 

Meador C: D 

Spalding W T 

Hornadv Miss X 

Ruse a'M 

Dibble W J 

lv\i infeyfiects. 
43 Lippitt F B 
45 Colweli J 
51 Leach J P 
55 Lockridge T J 

PLUMBING- 

S.A.ALBRIGHT, 

8 West Wall St. 

Telephone 373. 

Centennial Building. 



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TRIPOD PAINT CO., 

6S-58 Isdarietta Stre«t. 



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63 Elliott J R 
67 Abernathy ML 
7 1 Boyd J S 

Courthtnd ave interxeeU. 

Atl Brewing & Ice Co 

King A J 

Clower IVIrs M A 

Battle M, c 

Clark Flora, r 

Watts Samuel, c 

Melline Mrs K K 

Morris S, c 

Hever F M 

Ray F, c 

Arnold A, c 

Walton L P 

Pie(hiio)it ave interseet-i. 
18 Winn Joe, r 

20 Broomfield Curren, c 

21 Butler Geo, c 
Herring F, c 
Walker Bob, r 

25 Weaver S, r 

26 Orr Wm, r 

30 Vacant 

31 White Jerry, c 

33 Meat Stewart, c 

34 Hill F, r 

35 Mitchell R, c 

37 Vacant 

38 Maddox Xoah, c 

44 Cutright M,r 

45 Daniel R, r 

47 Thomas Albert, <" 

48 Chandler Arthur, f 

51 Davis F, c 

52 Morrovv H, r 



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HARRIS— Continued 

154 Gaines Harvey, c 

156 Bradley Sam, r 

157 Murray James, r 

158 Johnson Geo, t* 

159 Page Lewis, r 

Butler intertteets. 
Mt Olive Bapt Church 
62 Farlinger A W 
64 Fair Sol, c 
61 Hall Isaac, c 

68 Davis Jeff, c 

69 Page Moses, i- 

72 Harrison W H, f- 

73 Hodgson Price, ^ 
75 Hill D, c 

79 Penney E W, c 

80 Rivers T, c 

82 Fisher Rev E [, r 

Allbright Will" 
86 Somerset B, c 
SS Martin Louie, r 

89 Herndon A F, r 

90 Boykin (j, i 

92 Harris Elbert, r 

93 Partee G, i* 

94 Lowe John, c- 

95 Scott Parker, i- 
Jackson James, r 

97 Loyd Jim, t 

99 Davis John, c 
205 Milner John, c 
2c() Middleton I, r 
207 Harris M, i 
2C9 Bradley Allen, r 

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whether eaten hot or cold. ^^ 

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23 Harris R A ^ 
28 Hancock R A 
' 29 Fleming A F 

Spring intersects, 
33 Crew B B 
43 Stewart DO 
45 Bellah Mrs S J 
49 Robertson E A 

54 Vacant 

55 Smith J A 

56 McKenzie G M 

60 Fremont F M 

61 Montgomery W J 
64 Lampkin W W 

Wiiliciiiis iiiterfeeti*. 
C-j Randall R H 
71 Vacant 

74 Austin L B 

75 George T H 

76 EllebyH 

78 Mackey John 

79 Press! y R H 
Ss (ialpin B F 

94 Wilkinson Mrs V A 

Orine intersects. 
99 Beutell H M 
100 Moselv W S 

103 Armstrong Joseph 

104 Holt M L 

105 Sharp lames 

109 Parks \V B 

1 10 Gallagher C M 

1 14 Willia'ms M W 

115 Winn Mrs M E 

1 16 Armstrong N 

117 Stark I H 

123 Shepai-d C T 

124 Vacant 





KIcTttop TMBnuiM, iMBraaw agmiatt Lawtoits, Fldclltr Bom6» 
lMn«d. The E9PL0TXR8' LIABILITY, cf Londoa, Englud. A»- 
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HARRIS— Continued 

127 Curtis W K 

128 Peek S W 

129 Roper Mrs M E 

Luckie intersecti*, 

149 Nolan D P 

150 Mills Mrs Alice C 
152 Jenkins G W 
153-157 Renfro Mfg Co 
154 Massele Raphael 
156 Young Isaac N 
158 Vaugh Thomas B 

Walton interiiectit. 



HARRISON AVE, from Peach- 
tree east, north of Bleckley 
ave. 

HARRISON ALLEY, from 
Butler w i n of Decatur. 



HATLEY, from Marietta n e to 
State nr old limits, Ward 5. 



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HAYDEN, from Simpson s to 
Luckie, i w of Orme, Ward 5. 
I Garcia J A 
Speilberger J 
Thomas Mrs A 
Butler G J 

Harris intersects. 
16 Pressly R H 

18 Robinson J N 

19 Garraux Fred 
Eastly A H 
Burton T 
Heller Mrs M L 
Cox R S 



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Office, 37 Marietta Street, Atlanta, 6a. 

Telephone 118. 
Moving a pleasure by getting 

Read's Transfer. 

If you are going to break up housekeep 
ing. give us your key and we will takf 
charge of vour goods, pack and store 
them; or get freight rates and ship to 
any point. 



The Dresden, 

Rochester Lamps, Library Lamps, 
Fancy Lamps, Chandeliers, 

Burners, Chimneys and Wicks 
of every style. 

37 Whitehall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 

30 Conley Miss A 

31 Kellam Mrs M F 

34 Hyde A 

35 Lewis J H 

36 Dezell Thomas, c 
38 Eiseman J 

41 Sharp Harry 

44 Brown C R 

Baker inten^ects. 

45 Lindsey E 

50 Warner Seneca 

53 Stone N E 

54 Martin J P 

57 Hackney \V P 

58 Pvron T J 

61 Fickett R N 

62 Johnson J B 

65 Martin M C 

66 Jackson Mrs T C 
69 Corley G W 

Simpfon intersects. 

HAYNES, from 123 W Peters 
n to Simpson, 2 w of Elliott,' 
Wards i and 5. 
3^ Pittman E, c 

Bradbury commences. 

11 White James H 

12 Sears J P 

13 Stewart George 
15 Ray FC 

18 Betterton J R 

19 Jordan A P 

20 Anderson Augustus M 
22 Mims John S 

25 Smith Mrs Selina J 

26 Pyron Cherries Ev 
28 Andre W E 






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BROWN & MUCHKEBy and TOOLS. 
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O U I I LT I rmia2» aid Bran Ooodi. 
CO. f 47 AND 49 S. BROAD ST. 

HAYXES—Contiftued 

ypl<on infpy-iect.-i. 
64 Tate ¥, c 

66 Johnson A, (• 

67 Hugley A, f 

68 Rol)inson E, f 

69 Broner 'I', c 

71 Vacant 

72 Reynolds M, r • 

73 SoLidas S, r 

74 Hirsch F, r 

75 Stevens S, <• 
77 Greer S, r 

Chapel i)ffei\'^ertft. 
85 Carter D, r 
87 Stanford G, i 

89 Thomas Mrs S 

90 Tidwell J 

91 Vacant 

Dover i> alh'ij C'))}nKen('e.<. 
93 Byrd C, r 
93 Vacant - - 

95 \'acant 

96 Quarles S, r 

97 \'acant 

100 Light E, r 

1 01 Gonaker H, r 

Markhnm in ter^evU. 
i02'Butler L, r 
105 Torbett A, r 
ic6 Randall W, r 

108 Turner S, r 

109 Fuller C, c | 
1 12 Turner S, c 

1 16 Jones B, ( 
120 Bersch C A S 
124 Evans Mrs A 



125 Jones M, c 

126 boolittlei. W 
130 Miller AC 

Mitchell intersects. 

Hunter intersects. 
44 Vacant 
54 Elliott C F 

59 Morrow J W 

60 McAllister Mrs Mary 

61 Vacant 
64 Rabb Tames A 

67 Russefl C; W 

68 Doster ] D 

69 Wetzeir L F 
7 1 Witt C C 
75 Knox Fitzhugh 

78 Fleck H P 

79 Wilson John C 
82 \'acant 

87 Loving Charles A 
8S Dawson McC 

92 Tucker J H 

93 Gramling J A 

94 Lester R F 
97 Dawson H 

200 Kennon Aldus X 
204 Lovett J W 

207 Goetting Mrs Oteelia 

208 Walker G J 

Rhodes intersects. 
211 Freeman Ida, i 
216 Conn ell M 
219 Smith Henry, r 

221 Miles Wm, c 

222 Kin yon W 

223 Simmons Robt, c 
225 Thomas Sam, c 
227 Walthall H, c 





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Sole Agents for 

M/MGO STEAM COAL 

256 MARIETTA HI 

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MANUFACTURERS OF 

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Prompt and Liberml SettlemenU. 

2«. B. TORBETT & CO. 
Snccessore to Torbett & McCandless, 

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228 Dameron J I) 
233 Bonner John H 
235 Ridgway Carrie, c 
240 Keltner T \W 

Magnolia intersects. 

243 'ICTSQtti J P 

251 Marcti^Moses, c 

252 Everett /ames A 

255 Dobbins Charles, r 

256 Maddox Essex, c 

257 Sullivan James, r 

259 Lowman Mary, f 

260 Vacant 

261 Byrd Perry, c 

264 Hudson T J 

265 Battle Anthony, r 

267 Huff Henry, c 

268 Robinson Henry, c 
270 Dickson Alice, r 

272 Hunnicutt Sampson, c 
278 Johnson W R 

Foundt^ Inter.'iects. 

Xeivton intersects. 

301 Chattahoochee B Co Stables 

Thurmond intersects. 
319 ( Trace Jesse, c , 
323 Ellen Elder, c 
325 Lowe R, c 
329 Loftin B, c 
331 Upshaw Wm, c 

Mays intersects. 
339 Pharr B Y 

Rock intersects. 
352 Vacant 
358 Saye J M 
363 Dudley Mrs Sarah E 
366 Walton E W 



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08 WHITEHALL STSBBT. 

Sm Page 87. 



PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN— 

laiiiig aid PJoviDi iaildlais. 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special Facilitiw 

for Moving Heayy Articles. 

TeleDhone 844. 21>^ B. Alabama 

Henry intersecti(. 
370 Bass J H 
372 Rauschenberg E A 
Simpson intersects. 

HEALY, from W. Hunter n to 
Magnolia i n of Sunset ave. 



HEMPHILL AVE, from North 
ave at Luckie n w to new 
Water Works. 
2 Stone & Smith 

167 Bird R 

HENRY, from W & A R R w 
to Davis, I s of Simpson, 
Ward 5. Name recently 
changed to Tyler. 
6 Herndon C J 
10 Turner E E 

13 Woodin Israel, c 

14 Norman Mrs N J 
17 Jenkins Taylor, c 

19 Sexton Mrs S A 

20 Foster A, c 

22 Thurman F, c 

23 Edwards Eliza, c 

24 Ward W, c 

25 Hunnicutt H G, r 

26 Wilks Mrs B 

28 Vacant 

29 Vacant 

30 Yancey E, c 

31 Bonds Henry, c 

32 Williams Lou, c 

33 Williams Jane, c 

34 Sanders W, c 
36 Dean Mrs S E 



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HEXRV— Continued 
SS Owen-sby Mrs L C 
40 Cull urn M 

Mangiim iifferaeet'*. 
59 Mitchell C, r 
65 Hutcheson L, '• 
67 Warren J li *^^ 

70 Evans S, r 
■jg Casey J H 

Hcu/iie iitfrrsecf'i. 

106 Pitman Seymour, c 

108 Hall Moliie. r 



25 Smith J. c 
27 Turner C, c 
29 Turner B, c 

Porter commenae.'^. 

33 Redding W, c 

34 Cook T, c 

35 Brown A, c 

37 Timbers J, c 

38 Jackson O, c 

39 Smith L, c 

40 Grant H, c 

42 Hutchinson H, r 



HENRY (Jamestown), from 
Ella n to Green's Ferry ave, 
part in Ward i and balance 
of St in West End. 
Broomhead intersects. 



HENRY, from Humphries e, 7 
s Georgia ave (Pittsburg.) 

HERBERT, from Simpson n to 
Bell"'ood, I e of Chestnut, 
Ward 5. Recently changed 
to Griffin st. 



HERBERT, from Rockwell s, 
I e of Sims, Ward 2. 



HIGH, from Walnut n e to Tat- 
nall, I n w of Chapel, Ward i. 
4 Thompson T J 

Sfone^'rilf. commenees. 
12 Scanford R, r 
23 Master E, c 

Beckvnth ends. 



HIGHLAND AVE, from Fort 
e to limits, 2 n of Houston, 
Ward 4. I 

I Culver Frederick 
8 Westmoreland G 

1 1 Ackerman A K 

12 Bridt CG 

15 Saunders H G 

19 Sherrill Rev A F 

20 Gresham W F 
24 Knox John S 

27 Wilson A McD 

28 Kelly T J 

HilUard intersects. 

36 Rose R M 

37 Blalock C Z 

Sti mm it in tersects. 
41 Dobbs J I) 

44 Wolf W 

45 Vacant 

47 Wright T T 

48 Weitzell J W 

49 Johnson C E 

Dunlap intersects. 
53 Hogan W J 

V. H. KRIEGSHABER, 
PPRIPnt LOUISVILLE, 

liCincill^ Portland: 

Best Brands, Lowest Prices, 

Taiepboaa 5S5. No. 8 N. FOBTYTH. 



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55 Rackstraw R A & Co 

56 Willingham E G 

57 Hillerson J 

61 McAllister J M 

66 Robbins J B 

67 Wood T O B 

70 Vacant 

71 Grosse C G 

75 Willingham B L 

Jackson i}itersects. 
100 Dupree G, c 
116 Price G 

Boulevard intersect^. 
141 Paul F 
145 Reynolds R 
158 Vacant 

Howell ends. 
176 Echols J W 
179 Wallis J B 

182 Vacant 

183 Clarke W F 
185 Vacant 

189 Matthews W P 

200 Runnette C 

201 Pannell Mrs R A 
207 Burgess W H 

209 Simpkins W.H 

210 Harrison aC**' 

2 1 1 Dutton E W 

212 Wilkerson T, r 

214 Hutchins J, c 

215 Holtzclaw W E 

216 Vacant 
221 Pope J H 
223 West T J 
225 Yancey F, r 
227 Gobay E E 



The Candy Kitchen. 

FINE BONBONS 

And Home Made French Candies. 
G ARROW'S, 100 Whitehall Stheet. 



The Choicest and Finest Brands 

Old Oscar Pepper, Old Crow WhiskieB 

and Choicest Wines and Brandies 
Direct Imported. 

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



229 Home for the Friendless 
243 Jarnagin K, c 

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HIGHTOWER, from McDan- 
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Whitehall, Ward 2. 

17 Lindsay J G 

21 Strange F 

25 Owen H I) 

27 Owen C L 

29 Johns D W 

33 Davis S A 

37 Grantham J L 

41 McEachern R M 

42 Larcher Mrs L 

43 Sims N 

47 Sentell C N 

48 Whidby C A 
50 Jones J H 

67 Walker St Mission S S 
69 Bohannon J A 
7 1 Garrett W Y) 
76 Holland Ed, c 
85 Caldwell Nellie, c 
87 Alderman Emma, c 

HILL, from Georgia R R s to 
limits, I eofConnally,Ward3. 

2 Gholstin S Bed Co 

3 Bennett Mrs E F 

6 Allen G W 

7 Waldrop E P 
9 Thompson L 



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JEWELERS, 

Wholesale and Retail. 

LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL ST. 

HILL — Continued 
10 Leach P J 

1 2 Leach P J 

13 Cassin G S 

16 Robbins A S 

1 7 Bell W T 

20 Huckaby G S 

21 Archer Lewis 

Hunter lnfer.'*ect!<. 
43 Keith C M 

Fair inter aecU. 
61 Wilson C A 

72 Gofer I A 
Woodward are intersects. 

73 Vacant ( 
76 Mangum C W 

82 Murphy Mrs M 

89 Wheat Mrs M A 

90 Dougherty John O 
98 Ivy W J 

Loyan commeiiees. 
12 Jeter J W 

19 Stovall C C 

20 Logan Mrs E C 

22 Williams T L 
27 Fulton Samuel 
31 Falvey J J 

35 Fields W'M 
39 Wall Mrs RE 

41 Smith Mrs A H 

42 Land J S . 
225 Grant LP 

Glenn intersects. 

Georgia ave intersects. 
255 Parker J 

Milled ge ave intersects. 
323 Blount H P 
339 Adamson C Q 



Bai<s intersects. 
369 Grim W M 

Love intersects. 
385 Haile A J 

Little intersects. 
433 ^^ui^^ C H 



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5 Hudgins J E 

10 Morris J A 

1 1 Faith J 

14 James G T 
Holmes M E 

16 -Gook Ann 

1 7 Harris J N 

19 Burton Wm H 
23 Peb worth T H 

25 Holt J R 

26 Brown Sarah, c 

27 Bossardt Mrs E 

28 Harris Wm D 

29 Bowles M 

Pittmaa al commences. 
32 Davis Amanda E 
Stapp A S 

34 Landford T B 
Wallace Isaac M 

35 Terry J I 

38 Goakley A J 
40 Vacant 

Schofield commences. 

43 Turner J, c 

44 Haygood Joseph H, c 



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WarriNa MAOHXKBS. «• it atanda at the heiML»» 

M. B. TOBBETT A CO., (Successors to Torbett & McCandless,) 
Oeneral Agents for Geor^na and Alabama 
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48 Hawkins H, ^• 

49 Woods I 

50 Young G, c 

52 Glark Richard, c 

53 Kilpatriick Fannie, c 

55 Grawford Fannie, ^ 

56 Dowdle Mitchell, ^ 

59 Lake Garrie, c 

60 Baker R M, ^ 

65 Garter Wm, c 

66 Banks Wyatt, c 

68 King J D, t: 

69 Allen A, ^ 

70 Williams N, ^ 

72 Gollins Gideon, f 

73 Edmonson Lula, c 

76 Wilson G W, r 

77 Jones A, c 

79 Loyd Mrs Lizzie, ^ 

80 Evans Lewis, c 

Fain commences. 
83 Ivey S, c 
85 Rhodes Henry, .^ 
87 Knox Howard, ^r 
89 Pleasants Henry, c 
91 Roan Mattie, c 

' Tanner intersecU. 
95 Mapp John, ^ 

Edgeivood ave interteds. 
114 Murphy J, c 
117 Phelps B, c 

119 Stokes R, ^ 

120 Mackey J, c 

121 Pittman Garrison, c 

122 Fry Fannie, c 

123 Jackson M, c 



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8 West Wall St. 

Telephone 373. 

rentennial Building. 



Brilsls ' Wa iBriais. 

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TRIPOD PAINT CO., 

56-58 ivlarietta Street. 

126 Jefferson T, c 

127 Joyce R, c 

128 Adams R W, c 

130 Martin Daniel, c 

131 Gardner M J, ^ 
139 High tower A, c 

Wheat intersects. 
Old Wheat intersects. 

154 Traylor J H, ^ 

155 Golden & Parks 

157 Fleming T, c 

158 Atwater Z T, t' 
160 Vacant 

162 Robinson P, ^ , 
170 Gilbert H, c 
172 Howard G, c 
174 Harris G, c 
176 Love J D, r r^ 
180 Gavil Archie, c 
184 Gibson Glarence, c 
188 Lewis M, c 
194 Kelly M 

Lrivin intersects. 
Houston intersects. 
Ellis ends. 
210 Vaughan G J 
215 Rudicil J G 
218 LakeK D 
222 Engram W H 
226 Harrison A B 
231 Price Felix 

235 Glower J F 

236 Hilley RS 

239 Owen J 

240 Morris W G 

Cain intersects. 
248 GoUier J M 
254 Dozier L E 



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HILLIARD— Continued 
257 Verner J J 

268 Vacant 

269 Vacant 

270 Shepherd E W, c 
274 Davis N Wilson 

Highland ave interseci^. 
306 Bowen J, ^ 
310 Cunningham N, c 
312 Lucky Henry, c 

314 Richardson W, c 

315 Moore W, c 

316 Dozier Nellie 

317 Crawford W L 

318 Jackson G, c 

319 Williams A, c 

320 Fry R, £ * 

321 Ramsey L, c 

322 Barker F, c 
324 Scott W, c 
330 Holmes J, ^ 
332 Butler J, c 
334 Hindes M, c 
336 Cleveland J, c 
344 Howard J, c 
346 Landrum R, c 

352 Johnson G F D, ^ 

353 Hill B, i 

357 Miller Z M, ^ 

358 Williams, I, ^ 

Forest ave intersects. 
376 Blount L N 
380 Hay S A 
382 Harris W M, c 
384 Wright B, c 
386 Pitts D L 
390 Chandler J, c 



HILL'S AVENUE, from Peters^ 
w to Chapel, i s of Trenholm,. 
Ward I. 

10 Jones Rena 

12 Pledger Jesse, c 

16 Allen Alfred, £ 

17 Kierbow John B 

18 Blake T H 

20 Graham Hulda, c 
22 White W W 

24 Allingham H 

25 Hudgins G W 

26 Brace well C P 

29 Dorsett E J 

30 Ray Adolphus W 

31 Crawford John E 

32 Steint George 

35 Calhoun Wiley 

36 Van Norden E L 

38 Clark R, c 

39 Blair I M 

41 Blake Mary, c 

42 Powell Irene, £ 

45 Webb Ludia, c 

46 Foster George, £ 

47 Barnes Henry, £ 

48 Manly R, £ 

49 Smith Polly, £ 

50 Griffin J J, ^ 

51 Gay Ella, £ 

56 Horton Millie, £ 

HOGUE, from Wheat n to Ir- 
win, I e of Boulevard, Ward 4. 

HOLCOMB'S ALLEY, from 
Edgewood ave s to Fain, i e 
of Bell, Ward 41 



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light, sweet, delicious and wholesome, hot or 
cold. 

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SOUTHERN KUTUALi B & L Ab8*& of- 
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upon which splendid returns are secured. 

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HOLLAND, from Chapel n to 
Green's Ferry ave, i e of 
Humphries, Ward i. 
9 Johnson Chas,^ 

11 Palmer A, £ 

12 Lowe E L, r 

13 Williams Jarret, £ 
15 Fambro Sallie, £ 

Liberiy intenecis. 
17 Bush Amanda, f 
19 Trammel G, £ 
31 Jenkins J D, ^ 
25 Terry E W 

HOLLINS, from Hightower to 
Glenn, leofETV&GR 
R, Ward 2. 

HONEY ALLEY, from Terry 
w to Sugar Alley, i n of Fair, 
Ward 3. 

HOOD, from Whitehall s e to 
Windsor, i n e of Smith, 
Ward 2. 
13 Cotton J W 
19 Barron T J 
21 Vacant 
25 Adair Mrs M 

Orange inteneett. 

30 Vacant 

31 Jones G M 

34 Smith J E 

35 Dickson J M 

37 Morris W R 

38 Vacant 

41 Brooks J M 

42 Webster G A 

Office, 37 Marietta street, Atlanta, 61. 

Telephone 118. 

Moring a pleasure by getting 

Read's Transfer. 

If you are going to break up housekeep- 
ing, gire us your key and we wiU take 
charge of your goods, pack and store 
them; or get freight rates and ship to 
any point. 



The Dresden, 

Rog9rt Sih9rplaied Ware, Table 

Cutlery, Lamps, 
Largest Variety. Loweet Prices. 

37 Whitehall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 



Rawson intersects, 
50 Stevens G W 

54 Bean Mrs A L 

55 Harris J P 
58 Irby G H 

62 Wellhouse Leopold 

66 Jones S H 

67 Lively L B 

68 Fuller J H 

73 White D O 

74 Lively J B 

77 Alston R H 

78 Steele L W 

80 Richardson W P 

81 Lively J W 

82 Johnson G D 

85 Teat H O 

86 Randall W T 

87 Jones A T 

88 Cowley J M 

89 Drendon 

91 Berry R A 

93 Mabry M J 

Windsor intersects. 



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HORTON, (or HOUGHTON,) 
from Fort e to Hilliard, i n of 
Decatur, Ward 4. 
3 Tuggle Don 
7 Marston W M 

11 Wimpy Ben, c 

12 Clark Wm, £ 

15 Marshall Edward 

16 McNeice Wm, £ 

17 Parks J, £ 

18 Phillips Roberts, £ 

19 Turner Berry, c 

20 Foster J, £ 



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HORTON— Continued 
2 1 Scott C K, r 

23 Missionary Bap Ch, c 

24 Foster S, c 

25 Johnson Elizabeth, c 

26 Mostella Andrew 

27 Jenkins John, c 

28 Varner Henry, c 
31 Williams R, c 
33 Brown F, c 

35 Boyd Maria, c 

36 Vacant 

38 Pyles Miss A E 



HOUSTON, from Peachtree e 
to limits, I n of Wheat, Ward's 
4 and 6. 

First M E Church 
Pryor intersects, 
St Luke's Cathedral 

14 Barrett Rev R S 

15 Slater M F 
19 Sibley R L 
22 Powers H R 
25 Cox AH 

28 Pinckard T L 
29-31 Leland House 
32 Winchester House 

35 Hall T N 

36 Earnest J G 

Ivy intersects. 
41 Shaw A 

44 Evins J C 

45 Hayden W H 
50 Guardien R B 
47-53 Cooledge House 

55 Howard Mrs T C 

56 Robinson W T 



61 Vacant 

62 Lynch S 

65 Gardner Mrs R 

66 Bruce AC; 
69 Perdue J A 

72 Kilpatrick J W 

74 Withers E L 

75 Boeckh C 

78 Crawford T J 

Courtland intersects. 
First Congregational Ch 
81 Glazener G F 

87 Blakeley Charles, r 

88 Goodman Allen, c 
88 McNeal John, c 

■ 89 Walker Jas T 

90 Clark T. c 

91 Davis D D 

92 Hamilton R, ^r 
97 Beasley A E 

99 Coleman Grace, c 
100 Lint F P 
loi White G W, c 

102 Goosby Thomas, c 

103 North Stephen, c 

104 Roper Miss Ella E 

105 Beale I B, ^ 

106 Gordon M, c 

109 Thompson W E, c 
no Storr's School 
III Knuckles W M 
113 Spier G W 
120 Webber Mrs A S 

123 Hilley R S 
Ezzell Frank 
Piedmont ave intersects. 

124 Wright J T 
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Ming-o liuxnp. Nut, Steam, Anthra- 
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M. G. WHITLOCK & CO. 

256 M ABIKTTA ST. 

Telephone 1416. 





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25 Purcell & Bro 

26 Ford A A 

30 Wright J T 

31 Freeman Sam, c 

35 Chapman W, c 

36 Edward Charles, c 

38 Ryals I, c 

39 Calhoun Perry, c 

40 Rils Jefferson, c 

42 Burch L a\ 

43 Davis Anderson, c 

44 Howard D 

46 Phillips S 

47 Mitchell Wm, c 

49 Hutchinson Stephen, c 

50 Binion Wm, c 

51 Heard L, c 

52 Moore A, c 
55 Williams J, c 

58 Brighthart R, c 

59 Walton C, c 
65 Askew D P 

Gate City Colored School 
Butler intersects. 
67 Robinson N C, ^ 
69 Jackson L, c 

Medlin K K 

1 Pope T, c 

2 Carpenter John 

3 Ferguson L, c 

4 McClure Jim 

5 Houston Wm, c 

6 Johnson Andrew 

7 Richardson J 

8 Martin Vanderbilt 

80 Hood Harry 

81 Nesbit Robert, c 



MEMPH 

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98 WHITSHAIili STBEST. 

Pace 67. 



PIM & TAYLOR 

— CONTRACTORS IN— 

jtaiiii§ and IQoviag Buildiqi. 

Brick or Frame Bnildlngs Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special Fnci lilies 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21>^E. Alabama. 

182 Chapman J, c 

Bell intersects, 

185 Scribbon J, c 

186 Turner Wm, c 

188 Sanders G, c 
Walker R, c 

189 Chisholm Adolphus 

190 Schell J, c 

191 Ponder F, c 

192 Howard A, c 

193 Landrum Lafayette, c 
195 Mills James, c 

199 Vacant 

201 Robinson Henry, c 
203 Wright Dick, c 
205 McWhorter P, c 
207 Gray Andrew 
209 Crawford Alice, ^ 
2 1 1 Ford Moses, c 
213 Drake S, c 
218 Davis Henry, c 

Fort intersects. 
220 Reese H O 
224 Burke J W 
228 King W E 
230 Bates V M 
234 Ellis J M 
238 Vacant 
240 Gaines R C 
24oJBosworth F P 
242 Echols & Bro 
244-246 Jenkins M K 

Hilliard interseHs. 

248 Collier G W & J R 

249 Nash A, c 
252 Adams R E 

255 Dickert W H 

256 Faver J D 



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HORTON— Continued 
21 Scott C K, r 

23 Missionary Bap Ch, c 

24 Foster S, c 

25 Johnson Elizabeth, c 

26 Mostella Andrew 

27 Jenkins John, c 

28 Varner Henry, c 
31 Williams R, c 
33 Brown F, c 

35 Boyd Maria, c 

36 Vacant 

38 Pyles Miss A E 



HOUSTON, from Peachtree e 
to limits, I n of Wheat, Wards 
4 and 6. 

First M E Church 
Pryor inter secU, 
St Luke's Cathedral 

14 Barrett Rev R S 

15 Slater M F 
19 Sibley R L 
22 Powers H R 
25 Cox A H 

28 Pinckard T L 
29-31 Leland House 
32 Winchester House 

35 Hall T N 

36 Earnest J G 

Ivy intersects. 
41 Shaw A 

44 Evins J C 

45 Hayden W H 
50 Guardien R B 
47"53 Cooledge House 

55 Howard Mrs T C 

56 Robinson W T 



61 Vacant 

62 Lynch S 

65 Gardner Mrs R V 

66 Bruce A C 
69 Perdue J A 

72 Kilpatrick J W 

74 Withers E L 

75 Boeckh C 

78 Crawford T J 

CoiiHland intersecU. 
First Congregational Ch, f 
81 Glazener G F 

87 Blakeley Charles, c 

88 Goodman Allen, c 
88 McNeal John, c 

• 89 Walker Jas T 

90 Clark T, c 

91 Davis D D 

92 Hamilton R, ^ 
97 Beasley A E 

99 Coleman Grace, c 

100 Lint F P 

1 01 White G W, c 

102 Goosby Thomas, c 

103 North Stephen, c 

104 Roper Miss Ella E 

105 Beale I B, ^ 

106 Gordon M, c 

109 Thompson W E, c 
no Storr's School 
III Knuckles W M 
113 Spier G W 
120 Webber Mrs A S 

123 Hilley R S 
Ezzell Frank 
Piedmont ave intersects. 

124 Wright J T 
i24iHay J B 




At wholesale and retail. 

Minffo Lump, Kut, Steam, Anthra- 

oita and Wood, 

. G. WHITLOCK & CO. 

206 MARIKTTA ST. 

Telephone 1416. 





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25 Purcell & Bro 

26 Ford A A 

30 Wright J T 

31 Freeman Sam, c 

35 Chapman W, c 

36 Edward Charles, c 

38 Ryals I, c 

39 Calhoun Perry, c 

40 Rils Jefferson, c 

42 Burch L A 

43 Davis Anderson, c 

44 Howard D 

46 Phillips S 

47 Mitchell Wm, c 

49 Hutchinson Stephen, c 

50 Binion Wm, c 

51 Heard L, c 

52 Moore A, c 
55 Williams J, c 

58 Brighthart R, c 

59 Walton C, c 
65 Askew DP 

Gate City Colored School 
Butler intersects. 
67 Robinson N C, ^ 
69 Jackson L, c 

Medlin K K 

1 Pope T, c 

2 Carpenter John 

3 Ferguson L, ^ 

4 McClure Jim 

5 Houston Wm, c 

6 Johnson Andrew 

7 Richardson J 

8 Martin Vanderbilt 

80 Hood Harry 

81 Nesbit Robert, c 



MEMPH 

STOVE CO. 




98 WHITEHALL ST&BST. 
iPa«efi7. 



PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN— 

laiiiag aid noviii Buil'iig*. 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special F.iciliiiefl 

for MoTing Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21>i E. Alabama. 

182 Chapman J, c 

Bell intersects, 

185 Scribbon J, c 

186 Turner Wm, c 

188 Sanders G, c 
Walker R, c 

189 Chisholm Adolphus 

190 Schell J, c 

191 Ponder F, c 

192 Howard A, c 

193 Landrum Lafayette, c 
195 Mills James, c 

199 Vacant 

201 Robinson Henry, c 
203 Wright Dick, c 
205 McWhorter P, c 
207 Gray Andrew 
209 Crawford Alice, <r 
2 1 1 Ford Moses, c 
213 Drake S, c 
218 Davis Henry, c 

Fort intersects. j^ 
220 Reese H O 
224 Burke J W 
228 King W E 
230 Bates V M 
234 Ellis J M 
238 Vacant 
240 Gaines R C 
2 40 J Bos worth F P 
242 Echols & Bro 
244-246 Jenkins M K 

HllUard inierseris. 

248 Collier G W & J R 

249 Nash A, c 
252 Adams R E 

255 Dickert W H 

256 Faver J D 



Hunnicutt & Beilingratii Co., 

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HOUSTON— Continued 
265 Couch I L ^ 

269 Conyers Mrs F H 

270 Seals J H-^ 
273 Crawford J M 

278 Haight Wm 

279 Dobbs ZT 
282 Culberson J P 

Jackson intersects: 
305 Cook J N 
309 Denk A 
313 Drake Samuel, c 
316 McGee I 

323 Shomo A M 

324 Paden J M 

332 McCleskey Rev J R * 
360 Gaines W J 
364 Robertson S H 
366 Cherry H G 
376 Maucic C A 

Grace M E Church, South 
Boulevard intersects. 

Morris Brown College 
386 Taylor G H 

Howell intersects. 
396 Barmore E 
400 Milner H 

Schroder A 

Irby E A 

Mewborn W M 

Eaves G W 

Crawford Mrs A C 
429 Allen L, c 
439 Allen A, r . 

Randolph intersects. 
45 1 Arnold W H 
453 Vacant 
456 Lumpkin P C 



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462 Hollingsworth J A 
468 Parr B W 
472 Pate D F 
476 Glower W W 
482 Goller H 

500 Williams D L 

501 Martin D N 

502 Bonaman H 

ISampson intersects. 
Beutell Mfg Co 
Sou Phosphate Co 
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13 Gude A V 
18 Smith Burton 

21 Griffin R J 

22 Smith A W 
32 Gray J R 



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6 Kelly J H 
8 Terrel H C 

12 Stockman J Q 

13 Howell Jas H 

14 Ray W R 

15 Snider M E 

17 Walker George 

20 Bradley P B 

21 Brandon Lizzie, c 

24 Jennings John L 
Newsom M H 

25 Smith Daniel, c 
29 William Henry, c 



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W.S MCNEAL PAINTS, 61l8& GLASS 
I Vi lflUlll.nL 114 Jt lie Whitehall Street. 



/WHOLESALE WHISKIES. 

i **CAIIADIAII CLUB'* 
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HOWELL— Continued 
30 Hooks John M 

35 Vacant 

36 Spinks Lewis D 

37 Bryan Harrison 

38 Starks J C, r 

41 Kirkpatrick Katharine, c 

42 Bartles J N 

44 Swiney Oscar L 

45 McWaters George S 

48 Dorsey Mack, c 

49 Gunter James B 

50 Robinson Christopher, c 

51 Miles M L 

52 Jackson Thomas, c 

55 Johnson W J 

56 Hughes Mrs Rachad 

58 Brooks D E 

59 Powell R C 
Edgexvood ave intersects. 

68 St John W H 
7 1 Thompson L J 

73 Coleman J M 

74 Powell J 

77 Thomson W L 

78 Harris E F 

81 Chapman W E 

84 Bethea L S 

85 Sanders J I 

86 Vacant 

87 Varnadoe L C 
90 Tuggle L G 

Wheat intersects. 
Old Wheat intersects. 

112 Vacant 

1 1 3 Hardigree S 

116 Ross Z K, c 

117 Connally J, c 



The Candy Kitchen. 

Trj Birrra's CocouHt Syrnp, 

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Bioad Streets. 

Telephone 420. 



118 Lounds M, c 
120 Gray A, c 

123 Fowler J, ^ 

124 Phillips J, r 

125 Cody S, ^ 
128 Collen P, c 
131 Coleman T, c 

135 Holmes T, c 

136 Wylie S, ^ 

137 Foster C, c 

139 Clark W, c 

140 Huggins J C, ^ 

141 Parker J A, ^ 

144 Tillman W H, <r 

145 Gary B, c 

147 Lawrence J H, <: 
149 Parks J, c 

Irwin intersects. 
164 Sapington M, c 
166 Bibbs R, c 
170 Finch G, c 
172 Rackstraw J, r 
174 Comer Maria, c 

Houston intersects. 
211 Glower C A 

215 Vacant 

216 Mooney W T 

218 Rogers J H 

219 Watkins R F 

223 Gillett C 

224 Fletcher S, c 

Johnson ave intersects. 
239 Mayne L M 
368 Baker W E 

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A. L DELKIN & CO. 

JEWELERS, 

Wlrole&ale and Retail. 

URGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL S7^' 

HULL, from Simpson s to 
Baker, i e of Luckie, Ward 5. 

20 Gardner Jackson, r 

21 Cole D, c 

2z Gardner J, c 

22 Fox H H 
95 Sanden J W 
30 McNabb D A 
33 Stair Mrs S F ' 
37 Martin H R 

169 Vacant 



HULSEY, from Foundry s to 
Rhodes, between W & A R R 
and E T V & G R R tracks, 
Ward I. 
I Vacant 
3 Vacant 
13 Betts F, r 

Rhodes intersects. 
35 Parr W, r 

Mechanic intersects. 
51 Wright J C 
55 Viniard Mattie, r 
58 Cox J E 

Jordan Handy 
Magnolia intersects. - 

67 Grogan J S 

68 Strickland T J 
71 Backus M B 

74 Stewart Tamer, c 
76 Sturgis A, c 
84 Hanlon Joseph 

Foundry intersects. 



HUMPHRIES, from Whitehall 
n w to Green's Ferry ave and 
s to limits. Wards i and 2. 



GOING NORTH> 

Petevs intersects. 
17 Brantly Dr A H 
2 1 Hanvey E C W, c 
24 Varner Lewis, c 
26 Morris Jordan, c 

Gemunden' ends. 
28 Grissom W, c 

30 Thompson. N, c 

31 Matthews W, c 

32 Brown Mrs L 

33 Reeves Lizzie 

34 Cook W E 

35 Bagwell O, c 

36 Potts G M 

37 Holland O, c 
39 Jones Emma, r 
41 Haynes Tisha, c 
45 Brown John, c 

Kulirt commences. 
48 Bradford Wm, c 
50 Brown D C, <r 
52 Fulton J A 

Chapel intersects. 
58 Graham H, r 
60 Jones W^, c 

62 Jackson Alice, c 

63 Atkinson W^m 

64 Vacant 

65 Griffin Wade, c 

66 Jones G P 

67 Gill Mary, c 

68 Robertson J, c 

71 Gammon Maria, c 

75 Stewart W S 

76 Thompson Mrs M C 

78 Thompson Mrs G 

79 Hanneford C H 



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*2«. B. TORMBTT & CO.-K- 
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HUMPHRIES— Continued 

Liberty commences. 
82 Hardin Sam, c 

85 Smith A 

86 Osborne Mrs Lizzie 

87 Selfridge H, c 

88 Pace W, c 

91 Lovinger Mrs J 
92-94 Jackson J R 
95 Lovinger Mrs Julia 
97 Brant Mrs N 
107 Barton C J 

Greens Ferry ave intersects. 

GOING SOUTH. 

E T V & G R R crossing 
10 McElroy C, r 
19 Crowley J t 

21 Pipkin CM 

22 Vacant 

23 Sample J T 

25 Wells J T 

26 Vacant 

29 Steiglitz H 

Hightower intersects. 

33 Vacant 

34 Bart Eugene 

35 Dowling J D 

36 Lee J J 

44 Cothran D 

52 White John, c 

53 Ferrell R B, c 

55 Martin Charity, c 

56 Jones John, c 

58 Broach George, c 

59 Vacant 

61 Williamson T C 

St Pauls M E Church 
Wells intersects. 

S. A. ALBRIGHT, 

FBAGTIOAIi 

Mer, lim St k Filler, 

Telephone 878, 

8 West Wall Street. 



TRIPOD - FfllNT - CO., 

MANUFACTUREB8 OF 

READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White leid,l-CottCutiaseFuBtt,&e 

Factory, 375 Decatur Street. 

Office 56-58 Marietta Street. 



67 Fallin C W 
72 Adams J H, r 

74 Varner Lewis, c 

75 Grimmett Joe, c 
78-80 Oliver Seaborn, c 
81 Jenkins C, c 

83 Dozier W H, c 

84 Henderson W F, c 

85 Littlejohn Mary, c 
Hall N, / 

86 Baber Henry, c 

87 Herrington Elsie, c 

88 White S, c 

Morris intersects. 
91 Grimmett Joshua, c 

94 Smith J, c 

95 Baker Jennie, c 
98 Vacant 

100 Pace Annie, c 
loi Smith R, c 
105 Green Ellen, c 
107 Adams — , c 
109 Moody Emma, c 
III Glover Burrel, c 
113 Williams M, c 
116 Carlton S, c 

119 Thrasher Benj, c 

120 Peet Susie, c * 

121 Dent Mary, c 
125 Gaar W, c 

129 Zion Hill Bap Church, c 
Hightower Rankin & Co 
Glenn intersects. 

146 Atlanta Lumber Co. 
ET V& G R R intersects. 

151 McMillan Samuel 

153 Wilby G T 

154 Reed Joseph, c 



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HUMPHRIES -Continued 

164 Low Charles, c 

245 Burckel Mrs E 

261 Bender C H 

265 Brand J W | 

267 Michael James 

268 Deckner Jacob 

269 Mack Daniel 
275 McLaughlin Wm 

280 Sears Charles 

281 Wells C W , 
287 Kerlin A C ' 



HUNNICUTT, from Marietta e 
to W Peachtree, i s of Pine, 
Wards 5 and 6. 

Spring intersects, 
42 Gannony L, c 
44 Ballenger M, c 
46 Erwin Matildas , *' 
50 Moore D, c 
54 Johnson Louisa, c 

Williams inters9cts. 
Beulah Baptist Church 
66 Richardson C, c 
68 Thompson M, ^ 
72 Hill A, c 
74 Lewis H, c 
76 Bird G, c 
78 Buff J, c 
80 Birley H, ^ 
82 Bigby Alexander, c 
84 Fulton J, c 
86 Daniels E, c 
89 HightowerH, c 

Mosely J, ^ 
89^Deans Newton, c 



90 Vacant 

9 1 Parker W, c 
93 Chastain h, c 
95 Oliver Abe, c 
97 Hicks Thomas, c 

102 Whitaker J, c 

Orme intersects, 

107 Mays Henry, c 

109 Holleman H, c 

III Grant Richard, c 

Lovejoy intersects. 
Fowler intersects. 

144 Johnson J S 

147 Hayes Mrs ^hoebe 

148 Vacant 

151 Lawson I C 
155 Wilson B T 

McAfee intersects, 
157 Hadley C T 
163 Mitcham J A 

168 McHenry J, c 

169 Awtry J L 

Venable intersects, 
180 Laird W D 

Luchie intersects, 
195 Hutchfnson L P 
199 Cook D R 

202 Payne E T 

203 Vacant 

206 Lockridge M A 

207 Stovall P 

208 Grubbs A J 

Plum commences, 
Payne's M E Ch South 
215 AnrAs C N 

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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 Rich M & Bro 
i2jLogue J J 

15 Howell G M,^ 

16 Vacant 

17 Ray & Son 
Minter W O 

i8|Sutton H T, r 
20 Evins J C 
20J Wright Andrew, c 
23 Bergstrom A M 

Atl Suspender Co 
25 Kuhns A F 
25jBloodworth J G 
27 Mutual Printing Co 
29 Mauck M M 
29jReynolds W W 

Pry or intersects. 

Chamber of Commerce 

Saunders fl G 

Court House 
40 Church of Christ 

45 Hulet A C 
Mayson J R & Son 
Roberts G P 
Haralson F L 

46 Green Mrs L E 

47 Morrison D 
49 Bliley F X 
49^Barnes L P 

Glenn L J 
McAfee & Goudy 




The Dresden, 

Housefurn/shmg Goods, Baskets, 
Toys, Bird Cages, Dolls. 

Larvait Variety. Lowest Prices. 

37 Whiteball St. and 30 S. Broad St. 



Brannon Mrs M A 
48 Magill Mrs M E 

50 Kenny Miss Eliza 

51 Orr E H 

59 Rice & Saxe 
53-57 Vacant 
59^Broyles & Son 

Loyd intersects, 
76 Vacant 

79 Church of the Immaculate 
Conception. 
Keiley Rev B J 
82 Jones S A 

85 Malone T J 

86 Crow C K 

87 Campbell E T . 
93 Vacant 

Washington intersects, 
Capitol ave commences. 
129 Goza D C 
132 White C G & Co 
139 Hicks B B 
141 Gatins J 
147 Lynch E ' 

150 Vacant 

Butler intersects. 
Frasei" commences, 

151 Evans J H, ^ 

155 Baldwin R J 

156 Swift Specific Co 

157 Harper J W 

163 Mangum M, ^ 

164 Kershaw Wm C 

167 Norton A J 

168 Wright G, c 

169 Willis Mrs M J 
173 Penny H H 
182 Yarbrough J O 



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TIN HLNDSL.HTB ROOPBRS. 
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THE SHOWN & im mil CO. 

Leather and Rubber 




Hose, Packing, Ac, 
47 and 49 S. Broad Street 

H UNTER— Continued 
1 88 Coyen J 

Terry hitersecU, 
191 Price J H 
195 Smith J H 
201 Schenck PA 

203 Adair C J • * 

204 Malone D J 

208 Driscoll T 

Martin intersects, 

209 Branch A L 
211 Humphries J W 
214 White Klein & Co 

219 Smith C O 

220 Tuttle Mrs A I 

224 Mercer J T 

225 Akridge Mrs S J 

228 Robert B F 

229 KHne B H 

231 Bolsius A H 

232 Friend J M 

233 Birden H A 
235 McClellan J E 
237 Reed P P 

241 King H C 
245 Shepard H S . 
249 Sisemore E A 
251 McCandless & Bro 
Kimj intersects, 
253 Boone E K 

256 Abercrombie T A 

257 Vacant 

260 Wood A 

261 Harrison A T 
265 Turnell Mrs M J 

268 Wilson W A 

269 Mullan J J 
275 Delay R J 



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280 Boring J W 

284 Wellborn M A 

Moore intersects. 

285 Hogan G W 
288 Flynn J J 
291 Taylor J W 

293 Connolly H T 

294 Tilson W P 

299 Connolly A B 

300 St Paul M E Church 

305 Thompson Mrs L 

306 Dickerson S G 

Bell ends. 
309 Gresham W J 
313 Field Otto 

Hill commences. 
316 Dorn A W 

320 Johnson T 

321 Dennis Munro 

322 Bell M E 
327 Green F L 

329 Webb O 

330 Sears T J 

333 Vacant 

334 Rice T F 
337 Allen M, c 
341 Vacant 

Fort intersects. 
343 Hardy L 
347 Guill W A 
Webb J A 
351 Woodward J G 
355 Hollis D B 

359 Massengale J C 

360 Brookins W, c 

365 Norwood J F 

366 Wimpey B, c 

367 Bain D 



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M. C. WHITLOCK & CO. 

Sole Agents for 

ALABASTER UME. 

2ft6 MARIETTA ST. 

Telephone 1415. 



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371 Carroll G P , 

372 Roberson J A ' . . ; 
Pate J E 
Smith T N 
Vacant 

Grant intersects, 
^-j-j Barefield J W 

378 Mattox E N 

379 Barefield H H 

383 Lee D H 

384 Chiles L A 

385 Bosse L H 
387 Mack Lucy, r 
389 Evans J, c 
^g2 Grimes Wm, c 

George intersects. 

393 Birdie J, c 

394 Casey Wm, c 

398 Dickson Wince, c 

399 Woolfolk I, c 
405 Boyd A, c 

Gullatt intersects. 
Oakland Cemetery 

GOING WEST. 

5 Pate A J 
7 Sing Wah 
II Ryan Co 

Broad intersects. 
22 Carpenter C E 
25 Southern Alliance Farmer 
Farmer's Alliance Exch 
Vacant 
Hill .& Walker 

Forsyth intersects. 
Lenck Eberhardt 
47 Watkins Mary, c 
49 Field T S 



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08 WHITEHA£<I< STBEBT. 
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P\M& TAYLOR 

— CONTRAOTOR8 IN— 

Raitiil ni IQoviig Buildiigi, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special Pscilltlee 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21>i B. Alabama. 

50 Bender Wm 
55 Gansden John, c 
59 Graham Mad Lottie 
62 Pittman & Co 

Atlanta Painting Co 
* Thompson intersects. 
Ga Soap Co 

Railroad intersects. 
Elliott intersects. 
100 Credille W, c 
Willingham & Co 
May Mantle Works 
108 Bridwell J A Jr 

Mangum intersects. 
127 Vacant 

131 Green Mrs Rachel H 

132 Vacant 

135 Adamson J C 

136 Mims W H 

137 Flynn J 

138 Sears L W 

141 Olson Mary J 

142 Woolbright H W 

145 Hardy Samuel M 

146 Peavy R T 

149 Tanner Joseph B 

150 McCoy S G 

Haynes intersects. 
Schell's M E Chapel, c 
156 Smith Jesse A 
160 McDaniel W I 

163 McDadeD W 

164 Davis J H 

166 Smith U, c 

167 Ward low S A 

168 Tobias W, c 
Sixth Bap Church 

169 Brown Mrs E N 



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Dealer in 

Sobes, lorse Uets, 

And WHIPS of all kinds. 

60 SOUTH BROAD ST. 



HUNTER— Continued 

171 Bachelor Zenas 

172 Brannon ] T, c 

174 Young & Gray 

175 Vacant 

176 Ballenge, J, c 

Davis intersects. 

193 Hightower Jackson, c 

194 Stead G, c 

195 Green J, c 

197 Dunlap Benjamin, c 
199 Mitchell R, c 
201 Davis A, c 
204 Robey J, c 

207 Tye Alex, c 

208 Walker E, r 

209 Maddox G,^^ • 

210 Walker M, c 
212 Johnson J, c 

Lowe commences, 
215 Goodlett EE, r 
217 Hill J W, c 
219 Vacant 

223 Andrew J, c 

224 Delaney G W, r 

225 Davis Malinda, r 

226 Blalock J H, ^ 

228 Epps Wm J, c , 

229 Watts A W, r 
231 Smith Anna, c 
235 Blount Lewis, c 

237 Palmer J W, c 

238 Spratling H, c 

240 Polk J, c 

241 Flemister S, c 

242 Williams D, ^ 

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244 Holliday J, c 



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250 Vacant * 
252 Spivey M, ^ 
254 Henry T J, c 
262 Minter Wallace, c 
Tatnall ends. 
Vine commences. 
Atlanta University 
Stuiset ave intersects 
361 Lindsey E, c 
363 Roberts Lee 
369 Gale C J 

Gra7iger commences, 
403 Vacant 
405 Johnson Henry, c 
407 Hollin Mattie, c 
413 Gibson Benjamin, c 
Chestnut intersects. 
423 Mt Calvary Bap Ch, r 
425 McLendon Charles, <• 
437 Rogers Allen, c 
441 Hero Amanda, £ 
449 Daniel Peter, c 

Jepiha commences.. 
455 Boddy Guy, c 
457 Vacant 
466 Hammond Allen 

Taliaferro commences,. 
Leach intersects^ 
472 Harwell J H 
484 Baker D J 
488 Gates W T 



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. w of Windsor, Ward 2. 
i2^Adams Frank, c 
13 Ellis Crawford, c 
15 Rollins Charles, c 

17 Vacant 

18 Vacant 

34 Edmund Amanda, c 
38 Dunningham I, c 
40 Bush D 
86 Tunison G H, ^ 
90 Chambers J E 

94 Weekley L E 

95 Shropshire E F 

96 Rice A 

99 Sterchi J F 
00 Jordan G P 

03 Clark J T 

04 Williams King, c 

05 Sanders Georgia, c 
07 Wright 'i'urner, c 
10-112 Blount A, c 
1 1 Hemperly J S 
13 Mims Hattie, c 

15 Marsh G, c 

16 Logan Ann, c 

20 Carter Charity, c 

21 Farris W A 

22 Salmons Francis 

23 Gibson C 

24 Strong Jane, c 

25 Ellison I A 

26 Strong J, c 

27 Smith F, c 

28 Fears Jane, c 
White George, c 

29 McGuire M, c 

30 Thomas H c 



tV. Candy KHoI|bii 

Tou will find a splendid line of 
Candies, made fresh every day. 
GEO. QARROW, 
100 Whitehall Street. 



The Choicest and Finest Brands 

91d Oscar Pepper, Old Crow Wliiildei 

mad Cheteest Winei and Brasdlee 
Direct Imported. 

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32 Wilson J, c 

33 Kelley C, c 

34 Hutcheson I, £ 
35-137 Riggins Amanda, c 
36 Holbrooks Mary, c 

38 Clark J T 

40 Christian Lizzie, c 

46 Redden Henry, £ 

50 Vacant 

51 Vacant 

53 Wells Lee L 

54 Vacant 

55 Vacant 

56 Walker B T 

57 Temple J W 
61 Ward R H 

65 WaddellWmA 
64-166 Childs George, c 
69 Brooks Ed T, c 

73 Betts Henry, c 

74 Vacant 

75 Rucker Amos, c 

76 Vacant 

77 Pates Claracy, f 
79 Brooks Mrs Carrie 
81 Hinton James C 

83 Flournoy Wra A 

84 Turner Thos 

85 Leak Madisdn D 

87 Rucker Maria, c 

88 HoUingsworth Wm N 

89 Rucker Isaac, c 

90 Lakin Ed 

91 Jackson Winket 

92 Landrum Wm A 
94 Stewart David 
96 Smith D N 



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Wholesale and Retail. 

LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL ST. 

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197 Oxford J S 

200 Johnson Dan, c 

207 Vacant 

.209 Vacant 

-211 Pickerel Mrs Leonard 

^16 Howard Abbie 

222 George Gary F 

Nesbit James 
224 Vacant 
226 Hardin Arthur M 

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230 Vacant 
234 Merick Jerry, c 
238 Smith Ella 
313 Thomas Richard, r 
321 Vacant 
327 Vacant 
329 Hall Griffin 
349 Alexander Mont 
355 Graden James H 
357 Hestikin Marion 
363 Zellers Jack, c 
367 Vacant 
373 ^Vhite Louis, c 
377 Bowman Wylie, c 



IRV/IX, from Fort e to limits, 
I n of Wheat, Ward 4. 
3 Willis John, c 

Mapp M, r h 

Vacant 

Peel David G 

Walker W F 

Baldwin L D 

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Sheldon W B 
West J G 
Moore J L 
Bradwell S D 
Hunt J A 

Jackson intei'sects. 
Vacant 

Northington G N 
Swann S 
Wilson E B 
Watson R F 
Hill W P 

Boulevard intersects. 
Prim Bap Ghurch 
Glenn Aaron, c 
Glass R, c 

Hogue intersects. 
Parks D, ^ 
McGee G 
Holmes G M, c 
Heard H, c 
Austin W H, c 
Finch A W 
Freeman H, c 
Taylor G, r^ 
Hightower J, c 
Jones E, c 
Huguley G, r 
Walker M, c 
Jones R, c 
Williams M, <r 
Lewis P, c 

Howell intersects. 
Simpson A, c 
Lines E, i' 
Thompson P W, c 
Bryant J, c 



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193 Gordon H, c 
201 Bryan G, c 

Bradley ends. 
205 Dallas H, ^ / 
207 Stannard G, c 
211 Smith T, c 

213 Mason N, ^ 

214 Lowry Salina, c 

215 Pollard Mrs Mary 

218 Mewborn A B 

219 Sampler G W 

220 Gameron J, c 

221 Von Dereau F J 

222 Stanford E, c 

223 Ragland T J 

Randolph intersect*. 
226 Lofton J, c 
230 Elleby A, c 
232 Williams P, c 
236 Pope F, c 

238 Birch E, c 

239 Perkins H, c 

240 Bradley E, c 

243 West J, c 

244 Pratt C, c 

245 Pool S, c 

248 Anderson A, c 

255 Read L, ^ 

261 Goker R M 

268 McGraw T, c 

270 Galhoun C, c 

272 Birch E, r , ' 

276 Jeter R, r 

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TRIPOD PAINT CO., 

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10 Gain A T 

Williams John 
12 Buice G 
14 Acree W M 

16 Ingram Mrs Mary 

1 7 Gerald Mrs S A 
22 Williams J G 




IVY, from Decatur n e to 
Wheat, then n to Peachtree, 
I w of Gourtland ave, Ward 6. 
3|Beadle S, c 
7 Harper Ida, c 
9-1 1 Amos A G 
10 All Shirt Mfg Co 

1 2 Palace Barber Shop 

13 Gargile Z B & Go, c 

14 Graves & Guthbert, c 

15 Thurman J T & J M 

16 Vacant 

17 Lassiter A, c 

18 Mann Bros 
19-21 Ryan J M, ^ 
20 Gargile M, r 

22 Alexander Junius, c 

Exchange Place ends. 

23 Butts — ^ 

24 Alexander H H 

25 Locke E 
27 Reed H, c 

29 Lockridge & Harrison 

29^Horton H, c 

3 1 Adair J T & Son 

33 Bell W S 

35 General Electric Co. 

354Times, The 

37 Herren & Saxby 

Gilmer commences. 



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IVY — Continued 

40 Marcus Henrietta 

41 Allen L, c 
Edgewood are intersects. 

54 Vacant 
59 Fourcher J 

65 Shelnut L A 
65-67-69-71 Frankl Pub House 

66 Norris F J 
70 Muirhead J 

77 Downs Mrs M A 

Wheat intersects. 
So Rowe Mrs C 
84 Knabe G A . 

88 Sharp W L 

89 Healey T G 
92 Howell A 

96 Hillmuth C 

97 Peck J C 

98 Albermarle House 

02 Meriam F B 

03 Wiley J 

06 Jeffcoat J G 

07 Tolbert J J 

10 Dunwoody John 

11 Jones Z C ^ 

Houston intersects. 
Pattillo H 
Lazarus E W 
DeLoach A A 
Cook Mrs Belle A 
Vacant 

35 Blount Mrs S V 

36 Harman C E 
41 Taylor J T 
47 Brockhan AD 

Ellis intersects. 
162 Moyers J M 



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Speer J P 
Anderson J H 
Vacant 
Hoyle W E 
(Gregory D W 
Pugh E R 
Hoyle L W 
Lowe A J 
Tripp R P 
Graham J M 
Hill J M 
Barrow H V 
Jackson T C 
Cohen Miss M 

Cain intersects. 
Tice B K 
Glover M C 
Lovejoy H 
Vacant 
Wynne J F 
Dupre C W 
Ivy Street School 
Conklin T A 
Gray J M 
Cherry Mrs M G 

Harns intersects. 
Spilnian J H 
Hutchins P R 
Westmoreland P C 
Barnett J, c 
Holmes J W 
Hope G M 
Nash J Van Holt 
Mitchell R C 
Blodgett E F 

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Building & Loan Ass'n. r b. M. Farrar, Wm. A. Wright, H. O. Wright 
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248 Lewis C H 

250 D'Amor C J 

251 Amorous M F 

252 Darby Mrs M K 

255 Ross J T 

256 Williams D E 

257 Meyer S _ 
260 Lamed W S 
263 Carter G N 
265 Oliver John 

267 Harper Mrs S F 

269 Robins E 

270 Kiser A J 
273 Sindall Mrs L 
279 Fletcher A A 
289 Hill A W 



JACKSON, from Chamberlin n 
to limits, I w of Boulevard, 
Ward 4. 

Edgewood ave intersects. 

Wheat i)itersects. 
Mashburn Calvin 
Old Wheat iidersects. 
' 85 Haden Louise, c 

Irivin intersects. 
02 Askew L H 
06 Ripley L D 
09 Ripley T J 
1 1 Jeter W L 
14 Dimmick W 
18 Keeling W J 



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Houston intersects. 
Miller John A 
Slaton W M 

Cain intersects. 



Office, 37 Marietta Street, Atlanta, 6a. 

Telephone 118. 
Moving a pleasure by getting 

Read's Transfer. 

If you are going to break up housekeep- 
ing, give us your key and we will take 
charge of your goods, pack and store 
tnem; or get ireight rates and ship to 
a:i\ Point. 



The Dresden, 

Rochester Lamps, Library Lamps, 
Fancy Lamps, Chandeliers, 

Btimera, Chimneys and Wicks 
of every style. 

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Lewis H 


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Brownrigg C M 


178 


Everett G B 


179 


Read Mrs M A 


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Nealon T 


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Murphey C E 


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197 


Beecher R P 


198 


Merchant T R 


201 


Wood A A 


205 


Bourne R W / 
Richardson A 


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217 


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Forrest ave ends. 


230 


Kingsbery E 


240 


McMillan J H 




East ave commences. 


248 


Lewis T S 


263 


Wallace J M 


271 


Furlow C T 


280 


Reynolds W L 




Rice commences. 


310 


Atkinson C D 


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328 


Curtis J A 


334 


Brewster G S 




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342 


Redwine J B 


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40 Marcus Henrietta 

41 Allen L, c 
Edgewood ave intersects. 

54 Vacant j 

59 Fourcher J | 

65 Shelnut L A 
65-67-69-71 Frankl Pub House 

66 Norris F J 

70 Muirhead J , 

77 Downs Mrs M A 

Wheat intersects. 
80 Rowe Mrs C 
84 Knabe G A 

88 Sharp W L 

89 Healey T G 
92 Howell A 

96 Hillmuth C 

97 Peck J C 

98 Albermarle House 

02 Meriam F B 

03 Wiley J 

06 Jeffcoat J G 

07 Tolbert J J • 

10 Dunwoody John 

11 Jones Z C ^ 

IIousto7i intersects. 
27 Pattillo H 

29 Lazarus E W 

30 DeLoach A A 

31 Cook Mrs Belle A 

34 Vacant 

35 Blount Mrs S V 

36 Harman C E 
41 Taylor J T 

47 Brockhan A D 

Ellis intersects. 
162 Moyers J M 



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67 Speer J P 

68 Anderson J H 
70 Vacant 

72 Hoyle W E 

73 (jregory D W 

74 Pugh E R 
Hoyle L W 
Lowe A J 
Tripp R P 
Graham J M 
Hill J M 
Barrow H V 

83 Jackson T C 
85 Cohen Miss M 

Cain intersects. 

Tice B K 

Glover M C 

Lovejoy H 

Vacant 

96 Wynne J F 

97 Dupre C W 

Ivy Street School 
200 Conklin T A 

206 Gray J M 

207 Cherry Mrs M G 

Harris intersects. 
211 Spilman J H 
213 Hutchins P R 
215 Westmoreland P C 
221 Barnett J, c 
226 Holmes J W 
230 Hope G M 

235 Nash J Van Holt 

236 Mitchell R C 
240 Blodgett E F 

IMer intersects. 
246 Wheeler W W 



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248 Lewis C H 
D'Amor C J 
Amorous M F 
Darby Mrs M K 
Ross J T 

256 Williams D E 

257 Meyer S 
260 Larned W S 
263 Carter G N 
265 Oliver John 

267 Harper Mrs S F 

269 Robins E 

270 Kiser A J 
273 Sindall Mrs L 
279 Fletcher A A 
289 Hill A W 



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Rochester Lamps, Library Lamps, 
Fancy Lamps, Chandeliers, 

Burners, Chinxneys and Wicks 
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37 Whitehall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 



JACKSON, from Chamberlin n 
to limits, I w of Boulevard, 
Ward 4. 

Edgewood ave intersects. 

Wheat i}itersects. 
Mashburn Calvin 
Old Wheat intersects. 
85 Haden Louise, c 

Invin intersects. 
102 Askew L H 
106 Ripley L D 
109 Ripley T J 
1 1 1 Jeter W L 
114 Dimmick W 
118 Keeling W J 
125 Morris S A 

Houston intersects. 
130 Miller John A 
142 Slaton W M 

Cain intersects. 



Office, 37 Marietta Street, Atlanta, 6a. 

Telephone 118. 
Moving a pleasure by getting 

Read's Transfer. 

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charge of yo'ur goods, pack and store 
mem; or get ireight rates and ship to 

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166 Smith W D 

170 Lewis H 

171 Brownrigg C M 

178 Everett G B 

179 Read Mrs M A 
182 Nealon T 

186 Murphey C E 

187 Mueller L A 
Highland ave intersects. 

197 Beecher R P 

198 Merchant J R 
201 Wood A A 
205 Bourne R W 
211 Richardson A 
217 Emmons W J 

Forrest ave oids. 
230 Kingsbery E 
240 McMillan J H 

East ave commences. 
248 Lewis T S 
263 Wallace J M 
271 Furlow C T 
280 Reynolds W L 

Rice co^nmences. 
310 Atkinson C D 
319 Reinhardt A M 

Currier ends, 
328 Curtis J A 
334 Brewster G S 

Angier ave intersects. 
342 Redwine J B 
361 Cochrane W A 
372 Osborn W A 

Pine Olds. 
379 Erwin H C 
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398 Allen W R 
410 Vickery W H 

412 Elliott A R 

413 Vacant 

Summit ave e)ids, 
470 Scott T F 
476 Knight L L 
488 Yarbrough M J . 

Abernathy S E 

JACKSON (Bellwood), from 
North ave s, i e of Chestnut. 
5 Pew D, c 
9 Vacant 
12 Vacant 

14 Vacant 

15 Fanning G B V 

18 Martin M | 

19 Pulliam C 



JACKSON ALLEY, now called 
Hammock Place. 



JAIL ALLEY, See Craven's 
alley. 

JAMES, from Peachtree n w to 
Cain, I n e of Luckie, divides 
Wards 5 and 6. 

JAMES, from w end of White- 
hall s to Glenn, West End. 



JEANNETTE, from W Peters 
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Fair, Ward i. 
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20 Callaway J E 
23 Schrank F 
26 Thompson H A 







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Lee, 2 n of e Fair. 

14 Butler W O 

15 Ragsdale J E 

16 Ellis W H 
19 Roberts E 

23 Ellis Mrs M S 

45 McMakin Mrs S E 
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53 Vacant 

JENKINS, from Courtland ave 
s e to Pratt, i n e of Gilmer, 
AVards 4 and 6. 
42 Wilson S, c 

46 Wilson M M 

47 Gross J 

49 Rabinovitz F ' 

53 McKenzie S 

60 Atl Medical College 

Bntler intersects. 
70 Wilson B, c 
72 Whitfield P, c 

75 Harris S 

76 Gault Mad Willie 

79 Hirsowitz — 

80 King W W 
83 Allen A A 

86 Vacant 

87 Hinkle E 
Grady Hospital 

91 Sheppard J H, c 




M. C. WHITLOCK 4c CO. 

Sole Agents for • W 

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256 MARllSTTA ST. m^ 

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gatMMer* f TsrWtt * ■•CmAIms, f Caligraph Writing Maohlnea. 

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JENNINGS' ALLEY, from 
Rawson n to Woodward ave, 
I e of Fraser, Ward 3. 

JEPTHA, from W Hunter s to 
Beckwith, i w of Chestnut, 
Ward I. 

18 Bell T, c 

20 Vacant 

38 Mays R M, ^ 

JETT, from Lambert west, i s 
of Kennedy. 
5 Edwards J M, r , 
7 McBride R, c 

58 Casey Jesse H 

59 Sheets S E 

60 Vacant 
62 Vacant 
64 Vacant 
66 Vacant 

68 Atkinson R H 
72 Newton D 
84 Vacant 
86 Johnson — 
92 Craven A J 

JOHN, from W & A R R west 
5 n of Simpson, Ward 5, 
W & AR R intevHecU, 
ET V& G R R intenecU, 
24 Alexander Henry, c 
26 Howard Mattie, c 
28 Jackson Alex, c 
30 Wright Mary, c 
32 Foster Hester, c 
34 Scott Ella, c 
•36 Boddie Lucy, c 



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98 WHITEHALL STREET. 
See Page 57. 



PIM dt TAYLOR 

— OONTRAOTORS IM— 

laiiiil aid Rnlig |alMii|i, 

for MoTinf Heary Artidea. 
Telephone 844. 81KB. Alabama. 

38 Dennis Hattie, c 

40 Evans J, c 

42 Brown Rebecca, c 

Mmigrim intersect'^. 
97 Heard E 
99 Brantley W, c 

Gray inter^ecU. 
1 01 Russell Berry, c 
285 Cunningham J F 
289 Perferson N D 
296 Foster W 

Smiset ave intersects. 
McKinley J 
316 Perdue Mary, c 
319 Lumpkin J 

JOHNSON, from W & A R R 
w to Lambert, 3 n of Simp- 
son, W^ard 5. 

1 Matthews Lizzie 

2 Vacant 

3 Smith Sarah, c 

5 Armistead W J 

6 Cochran A, c 

9 Bailey Lizzie, c 
10 Green Nancy, c 

12 Person Alfred, c 

13 Truitt Lela, c 

14 Treadwell A, c 

15 Finley Jack, c 
20 Scott Ellen, c 

22 Hardeman H, c 

23 Vacant 

24 Phillips Marian 

25 Vacant 

26 Smith R, c 

29 AsberryT, c 

30 Harbin C 



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37 Rivers W, c 

Mangum intersects. 

38 Lumpkin F, c 

39 Hurtsfield L, c 

40 Calhoun Mary, c 

41 Sanders A, c 

46 Brown Jerry, c 

47 Sasseen A, c 

5 1 Cates Sallie, c 

52 Arnold Joseph, c 

53 Hinton Filmore, r 
55 Strickland A, c 

57 Love Lizzie, c 

58 Pickens J, c 
62 Tenkins J, c 
68 Boyd P, c 

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vard e to limits, i n of Hous- 
ton, Ward 4. 

18 Gaines R C 

22 Spratt W T 

25 Douglass A S - 

26 Jones T W 

29 Mickelberry W N 

30 Mercer J L 

33 Morgan W A 

34 Lumpkin A L 
42 Dewberry B F 
46 Wright W A 

Hmvell intersects. 
55 Foote C L 
59 Vaughn K 

63 Taylor J T 

64 Jester S H 
71 Watson W 



75 Dodds M W 

76 Rasbury J C 
79 Osborne E O 

83 Daniel Q, c 

84 Bond H, c 

85 Johnson J, c 

86 Walker G, c 



JOINER, from Central R R to 
W Peters, Ward i. 
Stevens J M 
Gate City Excelsior Co 

JONES, from Rankine n to 
Morrison, i e of Boulevard. 



JONES, changed to Woodward 
ave. 



JONES ALLEY, from Smith e 
to Beard, i n of Richardson. 



JONES ALLEY, from W Hun- 
ter to Magnolia, i e of Man- 
gum, Ward I. 



JONES AVE, from Marietta w 
to Lambert, i n of Simpson, 
Ward 5. 
W. & A. R. R. intei'sects. 
E. 2'., V. & G. R. R. intersects. 
Elliott intersects, 
15 Yarbrough S S 
23 Buzbee W T 
26 Laird R W 
30 West Mrs H T 

Third Baptist Church 
35 Curbow L 
^6 McKeown T J 



V. H. KRIEGSHABER, 
llCmeill^ PORTLAND. 

Best Brands, Lowest Prices, 

Telophoae 535. No. 8 N. FORT YTH. 



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'37 Gilbert T J 
39 Vacant 

41 Butler R J 

42 Letherwood W M 

43 West Mrs S A 

47 Withers Mrs M A 

48 Grigg C J 

50 Dawson J W 

Mangum intersects. 
52 Lyon John A 

54 Lyon J A 

55 Mitchell Rev A H 
58 Aw trey M F 

61 Baird J C 

62 Mitchell L 

63 Payne J P 

64 Morgan Mrs S F 

66 Vacant 

67 Jett A W 

68 Ford Mrs Willie 
71 Haynes C J 

74 Spinks W A 

75 Elliott S A 

77 Tibbs WC 

78 Jett J B 

80 Vacant 

81 Smith B F 

82 Morgan T G 

83 Smith Mrs B F 

Gray intersects. 
87 Smith Jesse 
92 Reese — , c 

95 Roper J P T 

96 Henika J 

99 Brooks Mrs Isabella 

100 Cooper J T 

1 01 Humphreys N N 



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FINE BONBONS 

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GARROW'S, 1 00 Whitehall Stheet. 



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Whiskey, Wines & Cigars 

11 and IS MitcheU and 78 and 80 
Broad Streets. 

Telephone 4-20. 



103 Barker D W 

104 Hall Berryman 

105 Steele Emmett 
108 Squires J M 

Davis intersects. 
1 1 1 Hartsfield J B 
115 Banks M G 
119 Howard T J 
123 Brown B M 

Edwards intersects. 

127 Weir S D 

128 Turnage J W 

131 Sisson J D 

132 Winn W H 

133 Waters H T 

137 Barnwell J M 

138 Curbow L 

JUNIPER, from North ave n 
beyond limits i e of Peach- 
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I e of Connally, Ward 3. 
14 Minor T A 
16 McWaters R S 
18 Hagan J T 
24 Marbut S P 
26 Herren J S 
29 Galceran M P 

Woodtvard ave intersects. 
37 Baughan B F 

39 Yekel Henry 

40 Vacant 

42 Hunt Mrs M E 
46 Coleman J I 
48 Heaton J W 
52 Sears N S 



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JEWELERS, 

Wholesale and Ret<«il. 

LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL ST. 

KELLY— Continued 

54 Brown W C 

55 Webb J T 

56 Vacant 

58 Blassingame O H 

59 Hunt Mrs M E 
61 Gant A L, c 

63 Thomas Isaac, c 

74 Walker R 

79 Webb Mrs R L , 

84 Gifford De V 

88 Russell A W ^ 

92 Bridwell M L " 

94 Weimer Louis A 

96 Jordan E H 

100 Meade DeW C 

1 01 Nolan W T 
113 Hubert C E 



KENNEDY, from Gray w to 
limits, 6 n of Simpson, 
Ward 5. 

8 Worley H A 

9 Worley M V 
10 Tate Joseph, c 

15 Swan J T 

16 Allen Mrs L E 

Strong i))tersects. 
Lambert inter,iects. 
Green's Chapel 
94 Vacant 
III Vacant 
115 Nance J S 



KENNESAW ALLEY, from 
Roach e to Chapel, i s of W 
Fair, Ward i. 



KENNY'S ALLEY, from Pryor 
to Loyd, I e of Alabama. 

KIMBALL, from Peachtree w 
I n of North ave, Ward 6. 
4 Gramling T A 
12 Richardson E H 
Morris James Allen 
Jacob M A 
Youngblood A P 
Bell T H 
Kingsbery Joseph 
Spring iiitersects. 
Williamii intersects. 
Cherry intersects. 
192 Byers W L 
197 Poss E L 

199 Thornton W E 

200 Bates J F 
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2-12 Sou Furniture Co 
Sou Spring Bed Co 
Atlanta Machine Wks 
20 Lynn W T 
24 Crossley V i 

Hunter intersects^ 
33 McCandless & Bro \ 
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39 Sizemore J P 

40 Vacant 
44 King W A 

Fair intersects. 
54 Cannon G F 

59 Thomas J K 

60 Flemister M, c 






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61 Bussey S T 

63 Webb O S 

64 Grant T S 

65 Brown B 

67 Bradford Mrs S A 

68 Isaac Henry, c 
71 Thompson J R 



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KROGf formerly Wallis, from 
Decatur n, 2 east of R & D 
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9 Hayden Jesse, c 

1 1 Harris David 

13 Duke Angeline, c 

17 Smith Albert, c 

19 Jackson Henry 

21 Franklin E A 

25 Franklin M A 

27 Brockman John T 



KUHRT, from Humphries n e 
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Ward I. 



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limits, 5 w of W & A R R 
Ward 5. 

197 Johnson Lillie, r 

209 Jackson T 

223 Underwood W M 

225-227 Shop W C 

226-228 Swords L 

230 Walker N 



S. A. ALBRIGHT, 

FBACTICAIi 

Flmber, Steam !( Gas Tiller, 

Telephone 373, 

8 West Wall Street. 



TRIPOD - FflINT - QO., 

MAMUPACTUREBS Or 

READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and OH Colors, 

White Leai,l-CoatCarriagePu&t8,&c 

Factory. 375 Decatur Street. 

Office 56-^ Marietta Street 

LAMPKIN, from Jackson e 
bet Highland ave and Hous- 
ton 



LANE, from Georgia R R n to 
Edgewood ave, from which it 
is continued as Randolph 

LARKIN, from Walker w, i s 
of Fair, Ward i. 

12 Cox J S 

13 Williams H W 

14 Yoran A D 

16 Jones L F 

17 Leonard Nettie 

18 Edwards W W 
22 Eason Simon J 

Lmve*s at commences, 
25 Kicklighter Fred 

28 Kelly Benjamin M 

29 Jordan Charles W 

32 George Jackson L 

33 Johnson N T 

36 Vaughn E L 

37 Davis Andrew W 

43 Foote Charles A 

44 Booth Wm ^ ^ 

45 Green David E 

49 Lockhart J H 

50 Gammon E M 

Chapel intersecU. 
54 Pittman Jackson G 
56 Heard R A 
61 O' Donnelly J 
65 Lawrence J W 
Green's Ferry ave commences. 
67 Herndon J E 
73 Nealey E D 



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Clothiers and Tailors, 

Nos. 15 and 17 Whitellall St. 



LARKIX — Continued 
77 Oliver C J 
79 Fry J D 

87 Milliner Anthony, c 

88 Fambro J c 

89 Davis G W, c 

90 Davis G, c 
92 Sanders G, c 

94 Simmons C, c 

95 Butler Edward, c 

96 Marshall D, c 

97 Mons E, c 
100 Jones S, c 
loi Spiles T, c 

102 Little H R, ^ 

103 Bender S, c 
108 Spencer J M, ^ 
no Gordon M, c 

111 Bently J c 

112 Gordon L, ^ 

113 Vacant 

115 Walker T M 
119 Thomas N, c 
123 Pearson F, c 
125 Few M, c 
127 Brown B, c 
131 Ratterree H 

Latham commences, 
146 Smith Jonas, r 
150 Rachel Frank, c 

153 Walker Lou, c 

154 Singleton Robert, c 

155 Tray lor E, c 

156 Hill Shradrick, ^ 

157 Stinson J, c 

159 Salsberry J, c 

160 Vacant 

161 Foster W, c 



163 Breedlove Milus, c 
166 Vacant 
170 Vacant i 



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LATHAM, from 144 Larkin 
south, 2 e of Roach, Ward i. 
3 Griffin Miss L 

10 Nichols J 

12 Singleton R, c 

16 Williams R, c 

20 Hogan B, c 

22 Purifoy R A, ^ 

24 Jenkins P, c 

26 Peek A, c ♦ 

28 Wilson H, c 

29 Owens J, c 

30 Echols M 

31 Street W, c 

32 Kimpscn L, c 

33 Garmer k, c 




LAWSHE, from Randolph e 
to R & D R R, I n of Ran- 
kine. 



LAWSHE, from Green's Ferry 
ave, n, i w of Battle, Ward i. 
9 Vacant 

13 Crawford Z, c 

15 Tatum S, c 



DIXIE 



BHKING 
R03ii£DER. 

This powder is made of the purest cream of 
tartar and soda, and contains no other drug 
or chemical. 

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1163^ ond 118 PeMhtree St., AtUato, (Jn. 





XtoTstor iMBTMes, luaraaee ar»i*«t Uwimftt, VKtollty Bonds 
IwMd. n* IIPLOTKIM* LIABILITY, vf Loa«»a, EBtlaa4. A»> 
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W & A R R, Ward 5. 

8 Vacant 

9 Vacant 

10 Harris J D 

12 Vacant 

13 Duckett I E 
16 Nelms F C 



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LAWSHE— Continued 
17 Beans E, c 
19 Grant M, c 
31 Wilder B, c 
35 Word James 
51 Vacant 

Fair intersects. 



LEACH, from W Hunter n, i 
w of Chestnut, Ward i. 
14 Crawford Richard, c 
18 McLane Lee, c 
22 Armour Jeff, c 
24 Neal Nelson, c 
26 McLane John, c 
30" Williams Morgan, c 
38 Bell Wm E, c 
40 Martin Eugene M 

57 Seale James M 

58 Martin John F 
Love Claudius G 

61 McClarty Thomas J 

62 Johnson D J 

65 Appling Henry B 

LEE, from eastern extremity of 
E Fair n to Ga R R, i e of 
Pearl. 

20 Wells W A 

26 Terry O T 

30 Gunby Mrs T 

36 Corrie A J 

.66 Marston J H 

68 Bradberry I J 

72 Jackson W, c 

76 Vacant 

78 Leslie A, c 

86 Vacant 




The Dresden, 

Housefurnishing Goods, Baskets, 
Toys, Bird Cages, Dolls, 

Lararest Variety. liowest Prices. 

37 Whitehall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 



LEE'S AVE, from State w to 
Curran, i s of Emmett, North 
Atlanta 



LEMPKIN, from Houston n to 
Highland ave, 2 e of Ran- 
dolph. ' 

10 Toskey T 

12 Mosely J A 
25 Anderson J D 
29 Howell Mrs Z 

LEONARD, from W Peters n 
vv to Green's Ferry ave, i w 
of Humphries, Ward i. 
3 Davies E A 
9 Kemp H 

1 1 Brazwell A 

13 Bryant Wm 
15 Vacant 

17 Vacant 

23 Trinity Home Mission 

24 Kyle W C 

25 Little W P 
28 Vacant 

Cfmpel intersect. 
35 Jones G J 

Ella commences. 
51 Stewart E J 
53 Lawrence J J 
^ Jeans L 
57 Stewart L 
59 Ranscn N T 
63 Chambers D N 
65 Vacant 
74 Fleming L J 
77 Leonard St O Home 
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Hose, Packing, &c. 
47 and 49 S. Broad Street 

LEONARD— Continued 
Broomhead commences. 
Culver intersects. 
Henry intersects. • 



LESTER, near the western lim- 
its n of Hunter, and bet Vine 
and Arthur. 



LIBERTY, from Humphries n 
e to Holland, i n of Chapel, 
Ward I 

10 Moody R, r 

11 Yapp J A, <: 

14 Flynn G, c 

15 Daniel G B 

19 St Elme J M 

20 Vaughn Charles, c 

21 Lyle B 

24 Presnell G W 
32 Vacant 



LINDEN, from W Peachtree e 
to Boulevard and w to Orme, j 
Wards 4, 5 and 6, formerly I 
Cox and Mayer st. 

GOING EAST. 

4 Patterson A B 

16 Hutchison J A 
Hutchison H G 

17 Jones D G • 

20 Locke A H 

21 Fitten J H 

Peachtree intersects. 

71 Thomas L W 

72 Jones J 
Courtland are intersects. 

78 Keely Max 



Willoiv ends. 
• Piedmont ave intersects. 
136 Crusselle Edward 
140 Evans EM 
142 McCali J K ; . 
147 Watts A, c 
152 Stokes Fred, c 

156 Long Wm, c 

157 Pitts Luke, <: 
160 Benton N, c 
168 Nunn N, c 
172 Pullen W, c 
176 Cuthbert T C 
180 Loftis W P 

Butler intei'sects. 
208 Jones R P 
215 Mashburn J H 
217 Mewborn T W 
224 Arberry J W 
232 Long P M 
236 Long G 
240 Boggs F M 
244 Barber H T 
246 Alexander W G 
248 Raezer J W 
270 Winter M 
272 Burdett J 

Pearl intersects. 
252 Long M 
256 Duncan M M 
260 Freeland C M 
264 Burdett W J 

GOING WEST. 

Spring intersects. 
Williams intersects. 
74 Mosely Harriet, c 

79 Dabner Wm, c 

80 Graves Henry, c 



M. C. WHITLOCK & CO. 

Sole Agents for 

AUB ASTER UME. 

266 MABIETTA ST. 

Telephone 1416. 





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LINDEN— Continued 
83 Cameron M, c 
87 Winship Booker, c 
90 Duncan K, c 

92 Beck E, c 

93 Wright H, c 

94 Box ], c 

95 Waggoner H, c 
97 Brown Sarah, c 

Orme intersects. 



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Kennedy, i w of Chestnut. 

LITTLE, from Pryor to Hill, 3 
s of Georgia ave. Ward 3. 

85 Oldknow J W 
89 Smith H N 

48 Smith W L 

49 Kempton Wm A V 
Blackburn J C 

69 Weaver C C 
76 Chambers J P 
78 Beadle J L 
80 Vacant 

82 Hall S J, r 

83 Newman S G 

84 Johnson, c 

86 Hayes W M 

89 Little H, c 

90 Wright ], c 
92 Johnson Chanie, c 
94 Turner N, ^ 
97 Jones V, c 

201 Hill Wm H 



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98 WHITEHALL STREET. 
See Pace 67. 




PIM & TAYLOR 

— COHTRACTORS IN— 

Kaisiag and moving Bniidiagi, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safetv. Special FHCilities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21HB. Alabama. 



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208 Rosette W C, c 

210 Jones L, c 

212-214 Westmoreland Wm c 

223 Leak J, r 

229 Ford H, c 

233 Williamson J P 

239 Brand L C 

249 Jones G W, c 

281 Lackey Pinie, c 

285 Vacant 

287 Reynolds M, c 

294 Shelley Ellen, c 

309 Tanner B, c 

315 Battle T, c 

319 Morrow C, c 

325 Slatter F 

337 Pearson V F 

341 Paris J A 

LOGAN, from Martin e to 
Grant, i s of Woodward ave, 
Ward 3. 
II Kelly RF 

13 Doster B H 

14 Cone O F, ^ 

17 Jepson J L 

18 Colbert J, c 
23 Ramsey J S 

28 Washington George, c 

29 Rogers H, c 

30 Luster Millie, c 
42 Solomon M, c 
33 Peeples Emily, c 
35 Evans J E, ^r 

39 Whitaker F M, r 
41 Storey Elizabeth, c 

Werner commences. 
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LOGAN — Continued 

Connolly intersects. 
Kelly intersects. 
Hill intersects. 

111 Hunt Rev W H 

112 Clayton T A 
115 Thomason | R 
119 Smith M W 
123 Carson J B 
127 Britt J W 

Broyles ends. 

134 McVViUiams T J 

135 Dorsev W H S 

138 Dodge J B 

139 Murphey C P 
142 Bieser J C 

147 Wilson W A 

148 Apperson J A 
152 Powers A P 



LOGAN'S ALLEY, from Hous- 
ton n to Ellis, I w of Butler, 
Ward 6. 



LONG VIEW AVE, from Ponce 
de Leon ave north, i east of 
Boulevard. 



LOUISA, from Foundry n to 
Spencer, i w of Davis, Ward 



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s of Georgia ave, AVard 3. 
100 Vacant 
161 Hooks H E 
165 Ray W H 
195 Clemmonds J F 



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201 Candler W H 
203 Lindley N P 
205 Vacant i 
209 Bennett M 
215 Shockley E, c 
243 Sparks Mrs F 
245 Moore Mrs C I 
254 McNeair M, c 
256 Jones O, c 
320 Jackson C, c 



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North ave, i w of Orme, 
Ward 5. 
12 Hampton W 
16 Travis Daniel 

Powers intersects. 
22 Simpson N E 
26 Davis J S, r 
44 Cox M W 

Alexander intersects. 
Mills intersects. 
63 Paden W, c 

Hunnicutt intersects. 
94 Hahman E F 
99 Vacant 

102 Doster H V 

103 Nolan I W 

104 Bickerstaff W T 
106 Ansley J W 

Pine intersects. 
119 Morris L, c 
123 Stokes Marshall, c 
125 Hightower Freeman, c 
127 Miles H 
129 Vacant 
133 Wilson J'T 
135 Reeves J M 



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Windsor Asbestos Cemebt Plaster, Asbes- 
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LOVEJOY— Continued 
136 Sheehan M A 
140 Kilpatrick J T 
143 Knee Herman C 

MerHtCs ave intersects. 
Linden intersects. 
180 Jackson Ira c 
182 Jones J 
184 Brunt S, <r 
188 Thompson L, c 
190 Holleman M, c 

North ave intersects. 



LOWE, from W Hunter n to 
Spencer, i w of Davis, Wards 
I aud 5. 

32 Ruse Wm, c 

34 Stallsworth Josie, c 

36 Alexanders M, r 

38 Vacant 

40 Hill R 

42 Hall Walter, c 

44 Howard Patrick, c 

46 Collier Thomas, c 

50 Hinson W H 

51 Kendrick Charles, c 

53 Wright Thomas, c 

54 Mercer Alfred, c 

55 Vacant 

56 Green John, r 

57 Bailey James, c 

58 Russell Aaron, c 
60 Smith Wm, c 

62 Beasley Thomas, c 
Rhodes intersects, 
66 Beck A M 
68 Vacant 
70 Daniel Wm 
74 Hind Wm G 



s The Candy Kitchen. 



Try 6arrow's Cocoanut Syrup, 

For Table Use. 
No. 100 WHITEHALL STREET. 



D. C L-OEB. 

SOLE AGENT FOB 

The Celebrated Fabsi Brewing Co.'b 

MILWAUKEE BEER. 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Streets. 

Taleohone 420. 



78 Vacant 

79 Vacant 

80 Dennis V J 

82 Vacant , 

83 Pace W T ^ 

84 Phillips W H 

Magnolia intersects. 

Rigdon commences. 
109 Bryant Laura, c 

Fotindry intersects. 
129 Crim W M 

136 Lewis Mrs E G 

137 Vacant 
140 Wright M J 

145 La Fontaine J A 

146 Johnson T F 
170 Jackson John, c 

LOWES 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 vv to 
limits, I s e of Pryor, Wards 
2 and 6. 

2 Vaughan J M 

3 Rockwell & Harris 

4 Irby G H Horse Shoe'g Co 
6 Sciple Sons 

10 Jones W R 

Walsh & McAlpin 
Liddell & Johnson 
Guide Pub Co 
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JEWFLERS, 

Whoktaleaad Retail. 

LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICFS. 

60 WHITEHALL ST. 



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LOYD— Continued 
lo^Bristol HousCi 
Beach Bros \ 
Milan & Patterson 
Jolly Dr C R ! 
Patterson H M 
Wall ends. 
General Electric Co • 
Herndon A F; 
22-24 Markham House 
Union Depot 

Railroad intersects. 
Alabama eiids. 
Georgia Frt Depot 
Waverly Place commences. 
45 Swift C H & Co 
49 Bank of the State of Ga 

Underwood H C 
52 Robbins A S I 
53-55 Abbott Parker & Co 

57 Reeder MO/''' 

58 Rhodes A C • 

59 Cook A M 
66 Justis Wm J 
70 Buckalew S A 

A M E Church 

Hunter intersects. ' 
Church of The Immaculate 
Conception 
79 Crouch G G 
81 Word W B 

85 McCaul C A 

86 Academy of the Immacu- 

late Conception. 

87 Sullivan G 

91 Odom W D 

92 McCarty C 
95 Shelnut J A 



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Cannon Mrs S E 
Phillips L 
Davis A L , 

Mitchell intersects. 
Atl Newspaper Union 
Clemiana Chemical Co 
Nat Press Co 
Union News Co 
Bostick A B 
ToUeson J R 
Johnston H 
Boyles S F 
Camel Wm, r 

Trinity are intersects. 
Vacant 
Hurley D J 
Mullen Mrs Joe 
Hays D J 
Frank F 
Morgenstern G 
Fresh L 
Cuesta A L 
Whitlock M F 
Douay David 
Doyle M 
Fluker J M 
Gannon M A 
Regenstein M 
Shields D H 

Garnett ends. 
Byers J L 
Simmonds M A 
Fredeking A E 

Fair intersects. 
Cannon Miss B A 
Gruver M, c 
Luckie E, c 
Cooper L, c 



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M. B. TOBBETT * CO., (Sacces«oni to Torbett<& McCandleas,) 
General Agent* for Oeoreia and Alabama 

HOVUS, IMBCATVB STRKKT. 



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LOYD— Continued 
223 O'Neal W, c 

Woodivard ave inter-^ects. 
• Batvson intersects. 

J 305 Bark M, c 
I g 307 Cash Jeans, r 
P< 311 Stokes A, c 
. 313 Evans Frank, r 

315 Long J, c 
■'317 White L, c 

Alice intersects. 
Rainey T A 
Rainey C V 
liichardson intersects. 

Crumley intersects. 
White M M 
404 Barnes W H 
435 ^^'ind C S 
439 Torrey H L 

Glenn intersects. 

445 Vacant 

446 Meyer B R 
450 Conley J C 
452 Wiggins L B 
454 Wrigley J T 
458 Cook J 
479 Vickers T M 



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Broad, n w to North ave, 
Wards 5 and 6. 
I Alexander J T 
8 Heath Henry 
II Pelot J J 

Forsyth intersects. '" 
24 White Mrs M E 

26 Allen Nathan S 

27 Vacant 



PLUMBING- 

UJ S. A. ALBRIGHT, 

8 West Wall St. 

Telephone 373. 

Centennial Building. 



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30 Loyd John H 

Fairlie intersects. 

33 Davis Mrs M C 

34 Wing John D 

37 White J T 

38 Ford Mrs M A 

41 Holt F 

42 Dickinson Homer 

45 Mackey O S 

46 Saloshin Gustave 

Cone intersects. 
49 Smith M J 
51 Jordan Cornelius 
55 Woods T M 

Spring intersects. 
63 Howell Mrs M H 
67 Northen C S 
69 Hudson Mrs M 
71 Tuggle Mrs E B 

74 Holland M B 

75 Mardis H R 
79 Roberts Wm J 
81 Murphy J W 

84 Sims John W 

85 Tolbert Wm C 

87 Rice Wm W 

88 Quillian Fletcher A 

91 Ware George 

92 Scrutchin Thomas 
98 Martin Zachariah T 

Bartow intersects. 

104 Maness W J 

105 Mitchell WL 
109 Shofield A 
no Ashby A R 

113 Jones H 

114 Hancock James A 

115 Jones W W 



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Nos. 15 and 17 Whitehall Sf. 



LUCKIE— Continued 
16 Vacant 
18 Thompson J W 
22 Edwards J D 
28 Sterling Witt L 
Cain ends, 
31 Derce O W 
33 Whalen P 

35 Woodham Mrs A S 

36 Yarbrough B F 

39 Bates G 

40 Wilson E 

44 Dawson J L 

45 Boartfield W W 

48 Weaver R M 

49 Dingwall D D 

51 Marcus Mrs N 

Hayden ends. 

52 Bradley D T 

56 McCalla Charles R 
58 Vacant 

61 Fruitticher R A 

62 Cadle Wm H 
Foundry ends. 

Harris intersects. 
68 Bartlett N M * 

72 McCown E P 

73 Harwell J R 

76 Jones M A 

77 Brower L W 

80 Paul L M 

81 Doonan Francis 

82 Anthony J N 

86 Hanlon Patrick 

87 Peyton Mrs R 
90 Shaw F M 

Earl intei'sects. 
191 Campbell Mrs D 



195 Flowers W P 

198 Ellis W W 

199 Landrum S P 

202 Brown W H 
Smith N F 

203 Hamby A F 
206 Stout S V D 

209 Dempsey R P 

Hull commences. 

210 Seale C 
Thurmond commences. 

212 Wingate T F 

218 Doyle G S 

219 Prickett S J 

220 Peacock A T 
224 Edwards H S 

226 McNinch Mrs M A 

227 Moore Memorial Ch 

Baker ends. 
Latimer commences. 

232 Waldrop J T 

233 Hoi derby W S 

236 Campbell J 

237 Saye W L 

245 Legerton C W 

246 Kirk W D 

248 Holcomb Mrs Mary 
250 Kendrick M 

252 Phillips John R 

253 Nally Mrs M A 

256 Wilkerson Mrs Lena 

Simpson intersects. 
Mitchell & Parker 

257 Morris D P 

261 Grubbs Mrs A J 
265 Waters S T 
269 Carter W M 
271 Parks D C 



Dixie Balcing Powder. 

This powder is a home manafacture of 
the very highest quality. 

Perfect healthfulness and perfeot leaven- 
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LUCKIE— Continued 
272 Miles Mrs E 

276 Cashman PC 

277 Jones W T 
280 Vacant 

284 Nichols F D 

Alexander intersects. 
294 Adams A Q 
302 Bowen A J 
305 Manassevitz Samuel 
310 Kuhns J H 

Mills intersects 
314 Rutledge J I 
320 OrrW B 

323 Johnson G E 

324 Hoyt D 

327 Davis J T 

328 Jarrell R H 

331 Johnson Orie 

332 Ray J A 

335 Nix J W 

336 Richardson S 

339 Saye R A 

340 Sword R W 
Payne's M E Ch S 

Hunnicntt intersects. 
345 Barrett V M 
349 Keenan W C 

353 Watson W I 

354 Belk Rev S R 

359 Reeve J H 

360 Hammond Mrs C J 

363 Nix R M 

364 Meadows R C 

365 Vacant 

366 Lofton James H 

367 Vacant 

Pine inters^ts. 

Office, 37 Marietta Street, Atlanta, 6a. 

* Telephone 118. 

MoTing a pleasure by getting 

Read's Transfer. 

If you are going to break up housekeep- 
ing, give us your key and we will take 
chaJcge of your goods, pack and store 
them; or get freight rates and ship to 
any point 



The Dresden, 

Rogers Silverplaied Ware^ Table 

Cutlery, Lamps, 
Largest Variety. Lowest Prices. 

37 Whitehall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 

383 Vacant 

386 Gaines R J 

387 Vacant 

390 Webb D W 

391 Richards S R 

392 Harrison G F 
394 Glenn J C 

396 Gaston Mrs M J 

397 VVhatley Mrs Georgia 

398 VanHouten F 
Merritts ave intersects. . 

403 Hardy R C 

404 Bridges T N 

405 Webb Dilmfls W 
407 Bellingrath Mrs I 
411 Welch J H 

414 Taylor G W 
418 Gordon C 
422 Allen G P 

425 Harris A L 

426 Whitley J B 
430 Knox F E 
432 Lippman G H 

434 Lipford E 

435 Shearer W C 

Gresham intersects. 
438 James G L 
442 Shearer G T 

445 Alexander John 

446 Long P H 

447 Vacant 
450 Morris L S 

Neshit ends. 
453 Clark R H 
456 Strickland C C 
460 Edwards H 
464 Swords C M 
466 Owens J R 




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LUCY, from Decatur n to Gar- 
trell, 2 e of Yonge, Ward 4. 
5 Bailey Z 
9 Miller S S 

13 Bridwell J W 

15 Blackman J M 

17 Whitley W F 

21 Poindexter J L 

25 Marshall Mrs Mary J 

29 Smith T M 

35 Roberts W S 

41 Green J W 

45 Shide A J 

LYLES ALLEY, from Orange 
n e to Rawson, i n of Hood. 



LYNCH'S ALLEY, from Court- |; 
land w to Ivy, i s of Wheat, 
Ward 6. 



LYONS AVE, from Milliard e 
to Jackson, i s of Irwin. 

McAFEE, ft-om Simpson n to 
North ave, 2 e of Luckie, 
Ward 5 
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Hall J M 
Vacant 
Rumph G W 
Williford B M 
14 Lackey J M 
17 Smith N B 

20 McGinnis Mrs 

21 Campbell Mrs E 
24 Ramey S F 
26 Weimer J C 

Alexander' intersects. 



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MUls intersects. 
59 Forsyth E W 
63 Moon C 
66 Dugar D H 

Mann's al commences. 
69 HoUiday A W 

7 1 Moon W W 

72 Harris J B 

75 Astin S T 

76 Harris Mrs M C 

78 Elliott W G 

79 Belliveau Mrs E D 

82 Waldrip Mrs M E • 

83 Rauschenberg O 

84 Booker G F 

Hunnmitt intersects. 

90 Vacant 

91 Padgett J H 
94 Johnson R S 

96 Roberts Mrs M A 
99 Jones M R 
100 Budden C E 

103 Mahathy W S 

104 Harris W R 

105 Tildon Mrs T J 
108 Vacant 

no Vacant 

Pine intersects. 
114 Rowell Mrs S C 

116 Langston W J 

117 Simmons MAE 

121 Stanford Mrs M E 

122 Looney D S 

124 Walton W A 

125 Dennis J 

126 Rex Wm 
129 Jones T O 
133 James H 







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Kiziffo Lump, Nut, Steam, Anthra- 
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M. G. WHITLOCK & CO. 

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Telephone 1416. 



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Merritts ave intersects. 
Wright Edgar 
Roffe H T 

184 Parks Dilmus 

185 Treadwell Charles 

186 Vacant 



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to Peters and s to limits, 
Wards i and 2. 



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ward ave. 
3-5 Martin J B 
9 Franton L N 
10 Downing W S 
12 Neal S 

14 Vacant 

1 5 Cozart S C 
20 Buchanan J F 

23 Mason Wm J 

24 Allen J R 

25 Long S 

26 Cleland J D 

29 Willbanks L G 

30 Smith C H 

35 Dickerson J W 

36 McGee J W 

37 Stanley B L 
39 Goneyay A 






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Raitiag ni liioviQg |aiMii|t, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special FaoUitieg 

for Moving Heavy Artidet. 

Telephone 844. 81X X. Alabama- 

40 Crymes W D 

44 Phillips J H 

45 Moore W I 
56 Vacant 

58 Phillips Thack 
61 Jones J M 

McDONOUOH ROAD, con- 
tinuation of Capitol ave be- 
yond limits. 

McGEE ALLEY, from Bradley 
e to Randolph, i n of Edge- 
wood ave 



McMillan, from Marietta n 
bevond limits. 



MACON, from Bleckley ave n 
to Wilson ave, i w of Peach- 
tree.- 



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ley e to Cornelia, in of Deca- 
tur. 



MADISON AVE, from Glenn 
s, I e of Grant along. western 
boundary of Grant's park. 
Ward 3. X 

109 Jordan R J 

MADISON, from Peachtree at 
Bleckley ave w to W Peach- 
tree. 



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to limits, I s of Foundry, 
Wards i and 5. 



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. J. REEDER, 

Manufacturer of 

Eooemle Skillies St Imess. 

60 SOUTH BROAD ST., 

ATLANTA, QA 



MAGNOLIA— Continued 
Walton intersects. 
Mainetta intersects. 
7 Brooks W V 

17 Symmes John 

43 Moyers A 

47 Hansford J J 

51 Plane & Field 

54 Atlanta Cotton Mills 
C R R intersecU. 

59 Cameron W H 

63 Jackson Mrs L 

64 Ginn S 

66 Smith R H 

67 Murphy James 

68 Harden H F 

69 Thompson J 

72 Vacant 

73 South M P 
75 Gorster L 

78 Clary G \V 

79 Baker J 

S^ Cannon J \V 

Hulsey intersects. 

84 Guthrie I L 

85 Dove Mrs J 
89 Lyon W M 

95 Campbell R O 

ETG & V R R intersects. 
105 Hughes Thomas J 

Elliott intersects. 
109 Hollimon Evelyn, c 

111 Bell Lillie, c 

112 Matthews Wilson, c 

113 Baker Mary, c 

115 Prater Henry, ^ 

116 Harris George, c 

117 Mitchell Missouri; c 






18 White Augustus, r 

20 Reynolds M, c 

21 Farrow Augustus, c 

22 Allen B, c 

24 Shekon Louisa, c 

25 Parker Jane, c 

26 Branham Oliver, c 

28 Brown L, c 

29 Butler Benj, c 

31 Mt Olive Bapt Church, c 
39 Akers Harrison, c 
47 Guimarin & Bro 

31angurn intersects, 

56 Clark H, c 

57 Upshaw Samuel, c 

59 Foster Felix, c 

60 Greer Wm, c 

63 Johnson Mrs S 

64 Wadley Peter, c 

65 Greer Kittie, c 

67 White Aaron 

68 Wilson P, c 

70 Sparks Peter, c 

71 Lemons MolHe 
73 Hoffman F F 

Hayiies intersects. 
'j'j Herndon B J 

81 PhilHps J A 

82 Callaway W J 
85 Phillips T J 
S6 Bourn J T 

89 Fowler W A 

93 Cloud Viney, c 

94 Spinks W R 

95 Lemons Philip, c 

97 McCoy Lonnie, c 

98 Spinks B L 

99 Darden Katie, c 



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&A!LWA7&SUILSINI} SUPPLIES. 
Pite Pine °°Alli„„3 

Hardwood Interior Finish, Etc. 
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Davis intersects, 

220 Washington J, ^ 

221 Smith T M 
224 Fenton M R 
228 Wilson Mrs M A 
232 Rebb Mrs Annie 
236 Gray Alexander 

Loive intersects. 
239 Skinner A J 
255 McDonald Clem 
259 Slider Charles T 
261 Jackson Isaac E 

Maple intersects. 
265 Heery H T 

269 Eubanks J E 

270 Coles S, c 

271 Norrell Stephen B 
273 Vacant 

Walnut intersects. 
282 Henderson H C 
284 Belcher Elihu H,c 

292 Lyons W^ H 

293 Graves E R 

295 Young Georgia, c 

296 Howell Patrick 
298 Mitchell M A, c 
302 Humphreys M, c 

Graves commences- 
304 Rucker W, c 
329 Latimer Elijah, c 
333 Hatcher Clarence 

337 Vacant 

338 Gray E, c 
342 Turner N, c 
346 Thrasher W, c 

Sunset ave intersects. 
Granger intersects. 



;S T^e Candy KUol|Bn 

Ton will find a splendid line of 
Candies, made fresh every day. 
GEO. G#RROW, 
100 Whitehall Street. 



D. C. L.OEB. 

80LV AOBNT FOR 

Till Celebr&tid Pibit Breiinj Co.'i 

MIL WAUKEE BEER. 

11 and IS Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Streets. 

Telephone 420. 

MAGNOLIA HILL, from Fort 
west, I north of Forrest ave. 

MAGRUDER, from Randolph 
e to Sampson, i s of Houston. 
123 Jenkins — , c 
125 Bass L 

MANGUM, from Peters n to 
John, I w of Elliott, Wards i 
and 5. 

12 Stevens Sandy, c 
14 Gray Coley, c 
20 Freeman Richard, c 
28 Reed J, c 

Ndson intersects. 
58 Vacant 

62 Cross J W 

63 Dorr J W 

64 Buice C 

68 Owens S C 

69 McNeal J F 

Chapel intersects. 
7 1 McAfee J 
74 Maddox H, c 

79 Barnes D B 

80 Jones Robert Louis 
Hayes A C 

Markliam intersects. 
83 So Bottling Co 

92 Gate City Coffin Co 

93 Harmsen J F C 

96 McElhanon L J 

97 Lowman F C 
100 Burk J H 

102 Leak W J 

103 Bridwell A S 

104 Bohanan W F 



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Wholesale aBdRtftail. 

LAR6EST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHAIiL ST. 



MANGUM— Continued 
106 Fulton Lumber Co 
Mitchell intersects, 
14 Belcher A C 

17 Wood EN 

18 Cowan J T 

19 Humphries Mrs S 

20 Smenner J E 

21 Fleming N 

23 Bridwell J A 

24 Haynes W A 

W Hunter intersects. 
28 Sixth Baptist Church 

30 Morrow J W 

31 Dooly M H 

40 Young Mrs Rebecca 

41 Dozier Mrs T 

42 Barrett C A 

45 Curtright B F 

46 McGee James 
49 Smith E A ? 

Weimer Conrad Tr 
53^ Vacant 

56 Burnett F M 

57 Hairston R R 

60 Pierce James 

61 Appleton Geo Jr 

63 Johnson B F 

64 Weimer Conrad 

68 Hastings T 

69 Barnes W T 
71 Maher M E 
76 Grogan John 
80 O'Connell D J 
86 Lundy C, r . 

89 Hickson F.A 

90 Latimer John, ^ 
Rhodes intersects. 



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194 Robinson Lee, c 

195 Maynard Henry, c 

197 Goodwill Eli, c ■ 

198 Holcomb John H 

200 Smith Theo, c 

201 Wilson H, ^ 

204 Jackson S, c 

205 Richards Mary J, c 

207 Boynton S A, ^ 

208 Walker James, c 
211 Tyner Mary, c 

214 Ricks Fannie 

215 Smith Lipsey, c 

216 Vacant 

217 Hill A, c 

218 Vacant 

221 Green W H 

222 Cohn E B 

Magnolia intersects. 
239 Favers Annie, c 
241 Webster Lou, c 
245 White Jeff, c 
251 Bass H J 

Foundry intersects. 
256 Crook Thomas, c 
260 Tuggle E, c 
262 Edwards Rogers, c 
264 Dunning Mrs Matilda 

266 Harris A, c 

267 Vacant 

Newton intersects. 

270 Vacant 

271 Holcomb J R 

273 Randall J, c 

274 Franklin H, c 

275 Brower C, c 
279 Arkles Giles, c 
285 Asberry Dennis, c 



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MANGUM— Continued 
286 Holsey G, c 
288 Jackson W, <: 
290 Peyton Emory, c 
294 Thomas E, c 

298 Rice R J 

299 Adams F L 

Thurmond intersects. 

300 Rice R J 

302 Buchanan John W 

308 Nort John 

309 Torrence W H 

310 Hopkins J W 

312 Chandler Allen 

313 Cook J M 

Mays intersects, 

316 Upchurch C A 

317 CuUinan E P 

318 Lofton Wm, c 
323 Smith Melissa, t 

329 Mitchell Green, c 

330 Nash Mrs Georgia 

Rock intersects. 
334-336 Black John T 

340 Irby Mrs J A 

341 Irby R J 

344 Bowen Lewis F 

347 Huff Jacob E 

348 Hatch C G 

Henry intersects. 
349»White George, c 
35ovHarbin Jeff D G 

351 Gregory Ruth, c 

352 McDuftie N M 

355 Wilson T B 

356 Churchill A R 

Simpson intersects. 
372 Duke J A 



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SEWER PIPE, 

S. A. ALBRIGHT, 

8 W«st Wall Street. 

Telephone S78. 



TRIFOb " PfllNT " CO., 

MANUFACTUKKBS OF 

READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White LHd,l-CoatCuria2eFiists,&c 

'^ctory, 375 Decatur Street. 

Office 56-68 Marietta Street 



373 Parks Richard, c 

374 Vacant 

375 Brown Mollie, c 
380 Mann Adam C 

Jones ave intersects. 
Bush intersects. 

397 Green I, c 

Macedonia Church, c 

399 Crossley J T 

400 Wright Hester, c 

403 Loftis W P 

404 Dryer Lea, ^ 

406 Bailey Wm, c 

407 Manley B M 

408 Green M, ^ 

410 Lee Josephine, c 

411 CoDper M E 

412 Patterson Mary, c 

Johnson intersects. 

414 Hendricks Josie, c 

415 Price Laura, c 
421 Davis Robert A 
423 Mack Mrs A E 

Victoria intersects. 




MANN'S ALLEY, from Mc- 
Afee w to Venable, i n of 
Mills, Ward 5. 

MAPLE ALLEY, from Spen- 
cer n to Thurmond, i e of 
Maple. 

MAPLE, from Markham n to 
Spencer, i e of Walnut, 
Ward I. 

5 Jackson T, c 

6 Henderson A, c 



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ONE PRICE - 

Clothiers and Tailors, 

Nos. 15 aol 17 Wkitehall St. 



MAPLE— Continued 

11 Bunley B, c 

12 Riggins T, c 

13 Thomas J, c 
15 McCurdy W, c 

W. Mitchell intersects. 
33 Duberry L, c 
35 Dozier G, c 
37 Brooks, D, c 

W. Hunter intersects. 
55 Moss P, c 
67 Portress A P, ^ 
71 Williams M W, c 
73 Hinds Mrs Lillie 
83 Allen A J, c 
85 Ragland Henry, c 
Carter intersects. 
97 Jennings C, c 

Booze Robert, c 
99 Hendricks F, c 

100 Vincent S, c 

1 01 Vacant 

102 Blackman Frederick, c 

103 Fielder Ella, c 
104-106 Flat Rock Church 

Rhodes intersects. 

Magnolia intersects. 

Rigdon commences. 
148 Vacant 
150 Vacant 
152 Mallory A R 
154 Ross Mrs E 

Foundry intersects. 

173 Vacant 

174 Crawford Edward, c 

179 Ragland George, c 

180 Thomas G W, ^ 
183 Bailey T, c 



184 Jenkins Ben, c 

186 Strickland J H, c 

187 Garmany Walker, c 

Spencer commences. 
194 Graves J, c 
200 Jackson Newsome, c 
209 Murray J, c 
219 Hammock C^ c 
221 Hendricks N, c 





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north to Thurmond, i w of 
Hayne. 

MARCUS, from Pearl e to lim- 
its 1 s of Waterhouse. 
19 Haggard J 
21 Vacant 
23 Hand W M C 
27 Bartlett W 
39 White J W 
41 Vacant 
45 Powell Mrs P 
61 Butler A G 
63 Hollingsworth A H 

MARIETTA, from Peachtree, 
opposite Decatur n w, beyond 
limits, parallel with W & A R 
R, Wards 5 and 6. 
2 Jacobs' Pharmacy. 
24Albert W J 

Huzza T H 

Baker W E 

Bowes W W 

Golucke J W 

Bradbury J F 
4 Daniel Bros 
6-8 Bolles & Bruckner 



Dixie Bal(ing Powder. 

This powder is a home in*&afacture of 
the very highest quality. / 

Perfect heaithfulness and^erfect leaven* 
luff qualities guaranteed. 
...,, DIXIE BAKING POWDER CO. 

I1«H ud 118 PMchtree St., AtlanU, Us. 






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MARIETTA— Continued 
7 Goode Saml W & Co 
7^Hopkins J L & Son 
"Finch W 

Henry R J, ^ 
SJRailroad Record 

Adams P H 

McSweeney M 

Maier S & Co 

Mayson & Hill 

Hand F C 

Atl Invest & Bkg Co 

Yarboro C E, c 

Walker Sam 

Dahl C A & Co 

White J T 

Mayson T C & J W 

Hill Harry 

King G M 

Fielder J W & Co 

Villard Coal Co 
ni^Mims L 

''N Y Life Ins Co 

Greenwich Fire Ins Co 

12 Rose R M Co 

13 Jones & Hoyt 
24 Phillips I 

14-20 Folsom's European Hotel 
17-19 Snook P H & Son 
i7iBloodworthT H P 

Union Central L Ins Co 

Sou Copying Co 

Tucker W J 

Zouave Armory 

Atl Military Band 

18 Steele J R, ^r 

19 Gavan J H 




The Dresden, 

Fine China, Crockery, G/assmare, 

Brie^a-brac, 

The most extenaive stock in the 
city. Prices Low. 

37 Wblteball St. ud 30 S. Broad St. 



20-22 Folsom's Reading Room 
Restaurant. 

23 Gardner M M & W H 

24 Price & Foster 

25 Sansone B 

26 Hollis D B & Co 

27 Sansone B 

28 Nunnally J H 

N Broad intersects. 

29 Miles & Stiff 
29^Bray Welborn M 

Hulsey & Bateman 
Nat Ry B & L As$n 
Telephone Exchange 
Field Alonzo 

30 Tyner C O 

30J Fitten Building 
Rooms — 

1-2 Young F M 

3-4 Elkin W Simpson 

5-6 Candler & Thomson. 

Zahner R 
8 Johnson Clarence 
10 Glass J M 
13-14 Daley W R 
15-16 Renfroe & Keyes 
17 Frei S 
19 Arrowood S W 
20-26 Green Dr H H & Sons. 
25 N A Dept & Invest Co 
27 Wood Albert & Son 
30 Atl Compact Fire Undw 
31-33 HineSjShubrick&Felder 

34 Crafts G H & Co 

35 Natl Pub & Adv Co 
39-40 Howard Anderson 

Basement, 
Reeves W F 




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47 and 49 S. Broad Street 

MARIETTA- Continued 

32 Breitenbucher P 

33 Boettcher R 
33jHaight Will 

34 Koch & Bro 

35 McMillan J H 
35iPaul B K 

36 Rozzetto B 

37 Gate City Electric Supply 

& Construction Co 
Bratton John 

Read's Transfr & St'rage Co 
Lucas M H 

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37-43 DeGive's Opera House 
37iDooley M J 
38*'Burke W B 
38iMcDuffie B F 

Reimann F 

Sou Lumber Co 

Thayer D W & Co 

Laurens Lumber Co 

Jenkins J C 

Miller J M 

Daniel C J 

Bridger J C 

Morrison T 
42 Nash J V H & Co 
43jDeGive H L 
44^Foote & Zuber Lumber Co 

Rowland Pub Co 

Fontaine Francis 

South Carolina Society The 
44-46 Bluthenthal & Bickart 
45 Roberts J B 

Overton & Dunn 

Haynes W A 

Sam Lung 
N Forsyth intersects. 



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Rooms — 

12 Alexander & Willing- 

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13 Hollywood Cemetery 

Office 
. 14-15-16 Hill B H & C D 
19-20 Miles & Bradt 
21 Hewitt Supply Co 

24 Whitehead Dr 

25 Speairs & Roan 

26 Morris James Allen 

27 Patterson A B 

28 Arnall C S 
30 Thorn C C 
32 NelmsJ W 
35 McDonald N D & Co 

37 Patterson A A 

38 Hooks J S 

39 Lowe W H 
41 LeSueur & Runge 
46 Lambert & Venable 

48 Sou Supply Co ' 

51 Bryan & Brown 

Atl Iron & Steel Cast Co 

52 Cook J H 
57 Driver J C 
60-65 Sou Trav Asso 

66 McCandless John M 

67 Sou Iron & Equip Co 

69 Nat Pub & Port Co 

70 Starks Lee M 

75 Farley W B 

76 Rahm F H & Son 

77 Short Elec Ry Co 

78 Brush Electric Co 
79-80 Davis, Edwards & 

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Mingo Fornaoe, Foundry Sb Steam 

Coke. 

M. C. WHITLOCK & CO. 

2S6 MAKIETTA ST. 

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82-83 Gude & Walker 
92-94 Venable Bros 
94 Manley Mfg Co 
102-103 Miller T C 

50 U S Life Ins Co 

52 Whitner J A & Co 
Whitner J C & Co 

54 Kellam & Moore 

56-58 Tripod Paint Co 

60 Ford P S B & Co 

62 Calhoun A W 
Crawford J M 

66 Fuller W H 

U S Custom House 
U S Post Office 

Fairlie commences. 
Vacant 
Thrower T L 

75 Vacant 

78 Todd James S 

82 Smith A J 

85 Arlington Hotel 

Cone commences. 

92 Austell Mrs F C 
First Pres Church 

01 Vacant 

07 Sharman House 

12 Silvey John 

13 Carrier A B 
Spring iiitei^sects. 

16 Frye Mrs B C 

18 Thompson Mrs E C 

20 Brown Ge*^ 

21 Atl Dairy Co 

22 Tye J & Co 

23 Vacant 

24 Ivy C H & Co 



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Telephone 344. 21KB. Alabama. 




125 Vacant 

126 Miller T H J 

127 Vacant 

128 PolkW R Jr 

129 Gate City Art Glass Co 

130 Parr J N 
132 Mackey S H 

134 Johns F M 

135 Vacant 

M E Church 

136 Avant G W 

137 Bunker F R & Co 

138 Plantation Cigar Factory 
140 Collier P F . 

142 Vacant 

143 Gray J F 

144 Linch & Carter 
146 Golden C L 

148 Harwell WD 

149 Owens Mrs E G 
150-152 Abbott & McKinney 

153 Allen Miss S A 

154 Brown G 

BaHow intersects, 
156 Blount John 

159 Vacant 

160 Brady & Miller F & S Stable 

161 Vacant 

163 Vacant 

164 Thompson J B & Co 

165 Vacant 

1 69-1 7 1 Glass S C 

1 69 J Atlanta Straw Hat Mfg Co 

173 Vacant 

175 Lee J ^ 

177 Manning W D 

iSi Griffin E A 

191 Dickson E J 



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Dealer in ^.^ 



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And WHIPSof all kinds. 

60 SOUTH BBOAD ST. 



MARIETTA— Continued 
192 Fisher H E 

Magnolia intersects. 

200 Van Winkle Gin & Mch Co 

201 Parker John 

202 Stoner M 

203 Hughes M S 
206 Harris E H 
209 Dooley & Ivey 

211 Sibert & Hollinshead 

212 Clay & Malone 
2i2^Dixon J E 

Rhyne L A 

213 Young G, c 

214 Manassevitz S 
Forsyth E W & J J 

2i5jBaloney C 
Lefils C 

216 Jackson T, c 

217 Autrey M F 

218 Hills J W 

219 Pickett Catherine, c 

220 Harbin Jeff 

221 Marietta St Mission 

222 Vacant 

223 Loo Sam 

224 Simmons J D 
Morris L S , 

225 McNinch John 

226 Clarke J A Jr 

227 Mahaffey W H, c 

228 Jett J B 

229 Veal B H 

231 McNinch J T 

232 Sharp Bros | 
Pharr BY ' 
Crystal Ice Co 

233 Eraser R A 



234 Taylor & Galphin • 

235 Watson Ella, c 

Walton ends. 

236 Domini John 
238 Smith J I & Co 
240 Bobo & Hood 

245 Harris & Jones -^ 

Foundry intersects, ^ 

246 Goodman Co 

247 Vaughan T B 

248 Vacant 

249 Linn J F & Co 

250 Stevens & Ray 

252 Magby G W 

253 Anderson M 

256 Williams D E 

257 Williams G O & Bro 

258 Fields S S 
260 Ross A, c 
268-270 Frazier J D 
270-274 ConkHn C A Mtg Co 
275 Atlanta Saw Wks 

Earl intersects. 
280 Vacant 
283 Boardfield Samuel 

Thurmond intersects, 
290 Coleman T M 
293-297 Aenchbacher Bros 
296 Hatcher J F & M B 

298 Sevier E F 

299 Cowdery J W 

300 McHenry Charles, c 
Engine Co, No 3 

301 Meadows R C 

302 Roy W T 

304 Hall J M 

305 Rice J F 

306 Askew R 

V. H. KRIEGSHABER, 

RAm? i BUILDING mi£S. 

Terra Gotta, Pressed Brick, 

Kinnear'8 Steel Ceiling, Bostwick Steel 
Lath, Etc. 
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WS MnNEAL paints, oils & glass 
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MARIETTA— Continued 

308 Askew R B 

309 Dudley Mrs N L 

310 McLaughlin H D, r 

311 Knox R T 

312 Chapman Alice, c 

313 Knox R T 
316 Kee Sam 
318 Bell W H 

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320 Waters & Henley 
322 Vacant 

324 Anderson & Wright, < 

325 McCown R W 

326 Ellis J 

330 Marion S 

331 Swords J H 
Marietta St School 

332 Hudson J A 
334 Tatum R P 

336 Jones Mrs Sarah C 
338 Burdett J C 
340 Merrill E D 
342 Furlow Edw, c 
344 Ellen G, c 
346 Phillips J R 

351 Vacant 

352 Phillips Mary, c 
354 Iseley Gaston D 

356 Specht & Brenner 

357 Adams Mrs L E 
366 Brenner Wm 

371 McFaul J W 

372 Gates Aaron, c 
374 Burdett L F, r 

Simpson intersects, 
380 Brown W M 
382 Waters S T 



The Candy Kitchen, 



We use no paints nor colors in 
the manafactare of our Candies at 
CARROW'S, 100 Whitehall Street. 



The Choicest and Finest Branoi 

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384 Marion S 

390 Thompson I P 
394 Gardner Dr G W 

397 Landers J C 

398 Nolan M E 

Sts Peter and Paul R C Ch 
Jones ave eommen/ies, 
410 Vacant 

413 Colbert Rev Joseph 

414 Vacant 
Welch Mrs C E 

Alexander ends. 

Evans Mrs Nannie M 

Sims Bros 

Inghram & Bro 
433 Vacant 
435 Manassevitz S 
437 Reed J L 
439 Vacant 
441 Wright E P 
443 Cannon G W 
447 Mitchell Lane 
445 Manassevitz A 

Mills ends. 
458 Southern Agrl Wks 
475 Vacant 
479 Landers J T 
487 Payne E T 
490 Enterprise Coal Co 
493 Richards W B 

Hunnicutt ends, 

495 Hawes L A & Bro 

496 Hicks & Burge 
503 McFaul J W 

505 Vacant 

506 Johnson R S 

507 Vacant 



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A. L DELKIN & CO. 

JEWELERS, 

Wholesale and Retail. 

UR6EST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL ST. 



MARIETTA— Continued 
509 Lawless G W 
514 Vacant 

519 Willie J U 

520 Vacant 
524 Vacant 
52^ Vacant 

527 McChane B, c 

528 Robinson B, c 

529 McCan Bettie, c 

530 Kelly &: Colligan 

532 Perdue C L 

533 Payne James M 
537 Jones Mrs M E 

Pine ends. 
542 Knott J W 

544 Carmichael W M 

545 Karwisch B 

547 Vacant 

548 Gibens Charles 
550 Davis Mrs Nellie 
552 Kirby M 

554 Sugarman M 

555 Cramer. H* 

556 Grubbs A F 
559 Flowers A B 
561 Gray Mrs A S 

563 Sowers Mrs M A E 

567 Corley J Q^ 

568 Vacant 

569 Taylor Mrs M J 

570 Thomas H A 

571 Sowers W S 
573 Yother J A 
575 Vacant 

577 Vacant 
579 Taylor W H 
583 Dudley Mrs N L 



585 Coffee Mrs M L 
587 Bedford B H 

590 Wadlow R H 

591 Thomas S M 

Corput ends. 
594 Craven W R 
596 Vacant 
598 McMullen W, c 
600 Anderson R 
602 Swan Freeman, c 
605 Allen Mrs M A 
612 Pannell W E 
614 Vacant 

623 Atl Bridge & Axle Co 
^otih ave intersects. 
645 Hardeman C L 

648 Randall Bros 

649 Vacant 
661 Vacant 

668 Gaddis A C 

669 Hinman George 
Bridges Miss C M 

672 Gospel Hall 
PostlewaitT H 

678 Chapel A 

679 Vacant 

680 Alderman I 
684 Brooks J D 

Bishop Hendrix Miss 
Means commences. 
687 Vacant 
690 Pitts J O 

692 Langley T G 

693 Monroe F F 

Wallace commences. 
700 Vacant 

702 Jackson G 

703 Buzbee \V T 



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Bank aid Office DiiHw, WMw 9ni1n Mi fimtor EielOMm. 



n TnODCTT S Oil ^ ^«» ^^*» Accident, and Plate Glaes Insurance 
PH. D. lUnDHI I Ot uU> I Agents. SUte Agents for Georgia and Alabama, 

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705 Vaughn & Pope 

706 Emory Burt 
707-709 Vacant 
708 Vacant 

710 Pinson S V 

713 Connell R L 

714 Rodgers Joseph 

715 Golden F S & Co 
716-718 Murdoch O C 
719 Bryant A A 

721 Preston E H 

Timmons Dr H C 

Richardson W R 

Vacant 

Pierce G Y 
738 Owens A Y 

740 Bancroft G 

741 Lamb A * 

744 Goodman Mrs J A 
Brooks Mrs lola 

Ponders ave intersects. 

745 Lamb Alfred 

746 Vaughn Mrs L A 

747 Woodward James 

748 Vacant 

751 Herrington Miss A 

755 Sheridan W N 

756 Fuller P L 

759 Campbell & Stegall 

763 Stegall John 

764 Campbell R C 
767 Horton W C 

770 Vacant 

771 Russell R O 

772 Gorman D E 

774 Roseberry J R 

775 Horton R P 

SEWER PIPE^ 

S. A. ALBRIGHT. 



8 West Wall Street. 

Telepltone 373. 



TRIFOD ' FfllMT ♦ CO., 

MANUPACTUEEBS OF 

READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Leid,l-CoitCiTria|ePmt!.&c 

Factory, 375 Decatur Street. 

Office 56-58 Marietta Street. 

778 Loftis J A 

779 Burge Matthew 

780 Pierce G Y 

783 Vacant 

784 Smith W H 

785 Vacant 

786 Thomason C J & A J 
788 Carmichael C E 

Belhvood ave intersects. 
792 Chambers & Winn 
794 Powell S M 
796 South A 
800 Vacant 
802 Vacant 
804 Bridges C M 
810 Postlewait T H 
814 Smith Mrs E B 

972 Knight G M 

973 Waters G W 

974 John M Moore Shoe Co 

975 Murphy G M 
974-1006 Nat Furn Co 

976 Cheshire W M 

976 Beck J E 

977 Alford Mrs T J 

978 Vacant 

980 McCrary M L 

982 Rice W H 

983 Hope W 

984 Dunbar R 

985 Murphy G N 

986 Neese J J 

987 White F O H 
1000 Hutton J E 
1003 West J J 
1005 Foust A 
1007 Anderson G 






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ONE PRIC^ 

Clothiers and Tailors, 

Nos. 15 and 17 Whitehall St. ' 



MARION'S ALLEY, from 
Newton n half way to Thur- 
mond. 



MARKHAM, from C R R w to 
Walnut, I s of W xMjtchell, 
Ward I. ' 

3 Vacant 
5 Smith J H 

11 Griggs J 

1 2 Wallis A F 

^^IJiott intersects. 

13 Shepard T J 

14 Blount M M 

1 7 Caldwell J B 

18 Mulanc M J 
21 Hudson W C 

27 Cox J L 

28 Renard J F 

31 Pattillo Mrs E H 

32 Wells J D 

33 Milner A * 

39 Metts O V 

40 Vacant 

41 Callaghan J J -...'^^ 
47 Kimball B, c *^ 

Mangum intersects. ^ 
72 Boyd G W 
74 Flemister D, ^ 
76 Moses J, c 
82 Vacant 
84 Person I, c 
86 Vacant 
88 Brown M, c 

Haynes intersects. 
97 Parker H J, ^ 
99 Johnson S, c 
1 01 Gresset G, ^ 



105 Hill S, c , 

107 Carr J, r 

108 Scott ], c 

109 Bone N, c 

111 Snider F, c 

112 Epps L, c 

113 Vacant 

114 Bazzell R, c 

115 Billings E 
117 Bellah E, c 

119 Mcintosh A, c 

120 Page Clem, c 

121 Epps &: Young, c 

122 Vacant 

123 Satterwhite R, c 

Davis intersects. 

124 Wilkins J, c 

125 Pease M, c 

127 Ankerson Bragg, c 

129 Webster A, <: 

130 Shields C, c 

131 Vacant 

132 Vacant 

134 Strozier F, c 
136 Cassin L, c 

139 Bonaparte N, c 

140 Miller A, c 

141 Winn Joseph, c 
*i44 Finley W R, c 

146 Davis L, c 

147 Williams F, c 
i49.Stallings B, c 
151 Vacant 

153 Jones G, c 

Dover alley comviences. 
155 Lamar O, c 
157 Harris R, c 

159 Carter A, c 

160 Allen P, c 



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MARKHAM— Continued 

61 Tremble J L, r 

62 Zachry T, c 

63 Paul D, € 

65 Martin E, <: 

66 Wallace F, c 

68 Thomas J, c 

69 Carter M, c 

70 Cobbins J, c 

Tatnall intersects. 
Maple ends. 
New Hope Presb Ch 
82 Vacant 
88 Carter J, c 
go Turner L, c 
92 Stevens C, c 

94 Lambert M, c 

95 Parsons C, c 

96 Stamps H, c • 

97 Ball A, c 

98 Alexander F, c 

200 Wilson A R, <: 

201 Vacant 

203 Jones S, c 

204 Jennings E, c 

MARTIN, from Ga R R s, i w 
of Connally, Ward 3. 

13 Smith J, c 

14 Brown Elbert, c 
16 Jarrett B, c 

Holland M, c 
Williams H, c 

Hunter intersects. 
Hays C F 
Cox W E 

Fair intersects. 
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The most extensive stock in the 
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37 Whitehall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 




64 Menken W D 

67 Garcia Mrs J H 

68 Varnardo R A 

71 Welch GG 

72 Harding J E 

75 Buice A 

76 Lammons Mrs S J 

79 Wingard D J 

80 Carter Isaiah, c 

83 Macauley Mrs E 

84 Edwards Louisa, c 
Woodward ave intersects. 

87 Verstille H W 

91 Millner G R 

93 Everett C B 

97 Odom D A 
loi Dyer R M 
102 Rice J A 

105 Beane R W 

106 Fenn L J 
109 Phillips L W 
no Fenn F C 

Logan commences. 
113 Garrison Rev J 
116 Wri ght Lou ise; c 

118 IVloody HTrnel, c 

119 Wadsworth H B 

Rawson commences. 

122 Pierce Fred 

123 Baughan E A 

127 Young G 

128 Bean R L 

131 Scandret M D, r 

132 Clowe W H 

Clarice intersect. 
135 Lyons W, c 
137 Young George 
141 Dillard J9hn, c 



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TBS SHOWN 21 im mil CO. 

Leather and Rubber 




Hose, Packing, dec. 
47 and 49 S. Broad Street 



MARTIX— Continued 

143 Kellar R, c 

149 Willis Wm, c 

151 Craft G, c 

153 Thomas S, c 

155 Winston & Lyons 
I 163 Overton W, c 

165 Adkins O, c 

167 Russell J H, ^r 

Solomon intersects. 

181 Cook, W, c 

Fulton intersects. 
202 Chandler M, c 
205 Cunningham S, c 
207 Jackson T, c 
209 Jones J H, ^ 
211 Jones b, c 
213 Colbert J, c 
215 Washington Wm, c 
217 Robinson C, c 
219 Rhodes Sallie, c 
221 Brooks J, c 

Summer Hill School 
Bichardsoii intersects. 
225 Bozeman Sallie, c 
228 Sigamond Jane, c 

230 Doke A, c 

231 Dickson W, c 

237 Fields C, c 

238 Epps J, r 
Richmond intersects. 

245 Clarke J, <: 

246 Frederick H, c 

252 Edwards J, c 

253 Dickson B, c 
255 Edwaj-ds Wm, c 

Cnfmley intersects. 
257 McCray A, c 



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269 Lewis Sarah, c 
2*1 1 Duke E, ^ 
275 Burns A 
279 Jordan W J 

Glenn into^ects. 
308 Henderson M, c 
312 Verner A, c 

Georgia ave intersects. 
335 Vacant 
339 Jones S P 
343 Vacant 
347 Sheppard, c 
349 Vacant 
351 Hill J 

353 Westmoreland R, c 

354 Burk D G 

355 Shearer G T 

' Bass intersects. 
365 Allen Mrs Bmma 
367 Ferguson Dred, c 
371 Watkins Green, c 

376 Lumpkin J R 

377 Russell Noah, c 

Love intersects. 
393 Dawson E J, ^ 
395 Leak J, c 
403 Tinsey C, c 
405 StubbsS, c 
407 Vacant 
420 Anderson Thomas, c 

Little intersects. 
424 Vacant 
427 Jones James, c 

429 McWilliams Thos, c 

430 Rich K Z, <: 

431 Ryan T J, ^ 
433 Smith Daniel, c 





At wholesale and retail. 

Mingo Furnaoe, Foundry A Steam 

Ooke. 

M. C. WHITLOCK & CO. 

256 HAKIETTA ST 

Telephone 1415. 





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MARTIN— Continued 
453 Giles Howard, c ^ 
456 HartOT 
555 Owens B - 
560 Forrester C W 
562 DeGroat W E 

MARTIN'S ALLEY, from But- 
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Wheat, Ward 6. 



MARY, from Sims e to Form- 
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from W Hunter near limits, n 
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7 Trusselle Edgar C 

24 Pickett M T 

73 M E Church 

75 Koch Louis 

94 Hill Mary, c 
114 Elliott ChasW 

MASON & TURNER ROAD. 
Now called Bellwood ave. 



MATTIE, from Tye east to 
Estoria, i north of Fair. 

, MAYS, from Elliott w to Haynes 
I s of Rock, Ward 5. 
5 Vacant 

13-15 Linch J C 

16 Harrison W H 

18 Vacant 

19 Powell Charles, ^ 

20 HookW A 



MEMPH 

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08 WHITEHALL STBEET. 

See Page 67. 



PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN— 

Raitiag aid Ploviag Buildinga, 

Brick or Frame BuildingB Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special F^ciiitiet 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 84 4. 21>^E. Alabama. 

21 Thornton Lou, c 

22 Johnson T E ^ 
25 Hicks David, c 

27 Dickson Anna, c 

28 Thurman J A 

29 Jett J L 

30 Thornton Mrs Mary A 

31 Veal A M 

33 C'arter James 

34 Hardwick C O 

35 Turner C M 

37 Brown J S 

38 Stephens W J 
44 McPeters S C 

Mangum intersect. 
53 Robertson Lizzie, c 
55 Smith V, c 

58 McHenry Henry, c 

59 Wallace J H 

60 Dobbins Julia, ^ 

64 Johnson B,,-^— 

65 Duke T, c 

66 Holmes E, c 

67 Hicks Susan, c 

68 Pendleton H, c 

69 Dansby T, c 

70 Freeman E, c 
72 Stevens H, c 
74 Stevens S, c 

\ 76 Wilder G, c 

MEANS, from W & A R R 

near Marietta at old limits, n 

to new limits. 

5 Milliken L T 

7 Miller W 
12 Christian Morlein Brwg Co 
15 Harper O, c 



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Dealer in 

Lap Eobes, Eorse Sknkets, 

And WHIPS of all kinds. 

60 SOUTH BBOAI> ST. 



MEANS— Continued 
19 Melson M, c 

22 Vacant 

23 Melson S, c 

25 McGravey F, c 

27 Smith W, c 

28 Chapman S 

30 Vacant 

31 Melson A 

34 Prince J 

35 Wilson H A 
Cooledge F J & Bro 



MECHANIC, from Central R 
R to Elliott, I s of Magnolia, 
Ward I. 
1-3 Boyd P, r 
6 Battle G W 
9 Wilson Berry 
12 Hona A P 

16 Sanders F 

1 7 Harris W W 
22 Zahn Mrs M 
23-25 Vacant 

27 Smith M S 

28 Gramling Mrs Martha 

Suhey intersects. 

31 Rylee J A 

32 Norris J C 
36 Carbine T 



MERRITT'S AVENUE, from 
W Peachtree e to Fort and w 
to Luckie, i n of Pine, Wards 
4 and 6. ' 

15 Clarke W H 

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23 Respess W R 

Courtland ave hitersects. 
27 Jones L H 

30 Eiseman Jacob 

31 Cooney R L 
34 Alder Moses 

36 Chase C A 

37 Vaughan J W 
41 Veal B H 

45 Patterson J D 
48, Conklin C.A 
49 Vacant 
53 Byrd C P 

57 Crusselle W F 

58 Van Dyke A H 

61 Vacant 

62 Cooledge F J 
67 Moses AV F 
70 Cooledge A F 

Piedmont ave intersects. 

Hook A C 
73 King P 
78 Echols R 
82 Nutting J R 

85 Wynn J O 

86 Starnes H N 

90 Clark J P 

91 Nutting W H 
97 Scott S B 

104 Pollard H, c 
114 Padgett B R 

GOING WEST. 

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s w city limits west, 2 s of 
Georgia ave, Pittsburgh. 



Y. H. KRIEGSHABER, 

mm i imm supplies. 

Terra Cotta, Pressed Brick, 

Kinnear's Steel Ceiling, Bostwick Stee! 
Lath, Etc. 
Telephone 635. No. 8 N. FOBSTTH. 



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Bells LubricatixxiT and Machine Oils. 



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MIDDLEBROOKS ROW,from 
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Ocmulgee 

MILLEDGE, from Simpson n 
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nally e to Grant Park, i n of 
Glenn, Ward 3. 

Ill Cummings J.E 

MILLS, from W Peachtree w 
to Marietta, i n of Alexander, 
Wards 5 and 6. 

13 Hall A F 

14 Moreland J T ^ 

Scott intersects. 
19 Vacant 

Spring intersects. 

41 Kellam J F 

42 Shirley J F 

44 Bailey J A 

45 Duffy J J 

46 Crawford R H 

55 White Edward 

56 Swanson W W 

58 Comer R H 

59 Smith H F 
Williams intersects, 

65 Dunaway W H 
68 W' all P, c 

72 Russell N, c 

73 Murray L, c 

74 York I, c 

76 Castleberry C 

77 Adams J, c 

78 McCony F W 

79 Grimes L, c 



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11 and IS Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broa^ Streets. 

Telephone 420. 



80 Pilgrim L 
82 Dickson L, c 
84 Wimbush J, c 
86 Winsett Mrs 
88 Copping W H 
90 Jones C, c 
92 Young W, c 
94 Hartsfield E, c 

Orme intersects. 
104 Summy Annie, c 
118 Williams GO 

Lovejoy intersects. 

122 Ruden Daniel 

123 King R, c 

124 PinnellGW 

128 Hatcher C W 

129 Chambers J P 
132 Davis A J 

135 Craig Mrs G L 

Fowler intersects. 

137 Woolbright W R 

138 Sands W G 

141 Eraser S M 

142 Shields W S 

145 Wall C E 

146 Starnes W H 

149 Withers W J 

McAfee intersects. 

150 Ramey W 

151 Brown Bros 
155 Vacant 

158 Padgett R 

159 Vacant 

Venable intersects. 

169 Hodgson Valentine M 

170 Bailey B E 
174 Wood J S 

177 Youngblood R F 



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A. L DELKIN & CO. 

JEWELERS, 

Wholesale and Retail. 

UR6EST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL ST. 



MILLS — Continued 
181 Bostwick Mrs A E 
Liickie intersects. 
193 Archibald A 

195 Lancaster L M 

196 Wilson A J 
200 Stamps C I 



MILTON, from W. Fair n to 
Beckwith, 2 e of Ashby. ♦ 

MINNIE, from Marietta to 
State, at old limits. 



MITCHELL, from Whitehall 
s e to Washington and n w to 
Walnut at junction Tatnall, j. 
s of Hunter, Wards i and 2. 

GOING EAST. 

I Tunsell W B, r 

3 Burt S H, c 

5 Collins B F 
10-12 Barwald M & Co 
15 Reed Mrs N 

18 Day Edmund, c 

19 Adams Mrs Laura E 

20 Campbell H B 
Stevens Mrs C Co 

22 American Press Assn 

23 Dodson W C 

Pry or intersects, 

37 Hanvey G M 

38 Williams I, ^ 
41 Williams T H 
45-47 Fuller S E 
46 Tucker T W 
55-57 Lewis T S 

Loyd intersects. 



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70 Tanlunson L A 

71 Hancock G H 

73 Allen L R 

74 Nolan M A 
78 Simpson O F 

Girls High School 
Second Baptist Ch 

Washington inten'ects. 
Ga State Capitol 

GOING WEST. 

2 Broth erton W H 
4 Abraham Ausjust 

6 Heard & Parks 

7 Lynch Peter 

8 Hirschberg Paper Co 

9 Moore S S 
9jPritchard F, c 

10 Vacant 
lo^Planters Hotel 
11-13 Loeb D C 
12 Vacant 

Broad ends. 
14 Wilkins Samuel 
16 Lowe & Wilkins 
18 \Vatson J A & Co 
Simmons & Davis 

20 Russell E J 

21 Curtis W M 

22 Duckworth H R 

23 Gloer James I 

24 Perry A, r 

25 Eubanks I B 

26 Weber Nicholas 

27 Tidwell & Pope 

28 Vacant 

30 Seitzinger T F 

31 Morgan & Bro 



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American Casualtj Ins. Securitj Co. I « «MiAix housk. dkcatub bt 



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3 1 pock Leo 

32 George J L 
3 2 Way Fred J 
^3 "Moore John 

Selig S S 
S. Forsyth intersects. 
41 Hoyle W E 
45 Hicks O D 
47 Moncrief Dowman & Co 

51 Collins M E 

55 Coffee Mrs M L 

57 Vacant 

59 Vacant 

63 Caldwell James 

Thompson intersects. 

69 Wyatt & Schmidt 

70 Shelton T A 

71 Albert Mrs J R 
Central E R intersects. 

E T V & G R R intersects. 
96 Bridwell C 
98 Brown F 
100 Bland W E 
102 Shide A J 
104 Decatur Isaac, c 

Elliott intersects. 

106 Schikan J J 

107 WolpertW 

108 Koch & Stahl 

109 Truitt & Son 

1 1 2 Wolpert Wm 

113 Young J 

1 1 5 May Mantel Co 

116 Schikan J J 
119 Hathorn N J 

Koppe Bros & Steinichen 
125 Blanchard M H 



PLUMBING. 

LU S. A. ALBRIGHT, 

^^ 8 West Wall St. 

Telephone 373. 

Centennial Building. 




Brtiste' Materiris. 

I^ar^est /issortmei^t ai>d 
^ I^ou/est prices ii> Qity 

TRIPOD PAINT CO., 

66-68 lvl«rl«tt«i Str««t. 




126 Hathorn N J 

132 Oliver J 

133 Bentley L M 

134 McLean W F 

139 Jones B F ^ 

140 Love M L 

142 Love S J 

143 Hopfifgarten Mrs M 

145 Bynam R D 

146 Vacant 

147 OrrE H 

148 Bridwell A S 
Smenner & Co 

Mangnm intersects. 
Fulton Lumber Co 
151 Belcher A C 
157 Belcher A C 
159 Belcher A C & Co 
161 Vacant 
165 HiWerbrand J A 
167 Mims M A 
171 Gloer J I 

175 Burnett D E 

176 SchellJ T, c 

179 Hooker W D 

180 Tooke J, c 

182 Schell J T, r 

183 Ernest Augustus Jr 

184 Asbury, Taylor & Co, c 
Hayne intersects. 

Friendship Bap Ch, c 

189 Scott B, r 

191 PuUum S M, (T 

192 Scott M, c 

195 Dickson A, c 

196 Thomas B F, ^ 

197 Sherrod Charles, c 
199 West J, c 



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MITCHELL— Continued 

200 Baird H, c 

201 Landrum W, c • 

204 Powell G P 

205 Odom J C 

207 Holmes N, c 

208 Irby L, c 

211 Ferguson L, c 

212 Smith M, c 

213 Jackson I, <r 

215 Hightower A D, <r 

Davis intersects. 

216 Dickerson J, ^ 

220 Sharp John, c 

221 Parker J 

224 Caldwell A, c 

225 Suttles D K 

226 West. J B, c 

227 Tye J & Co 
229 Holbrook H, c 

229 Fincher & Fincher 

230 Fannings W, c 

232 Thompson E, c 

233 Frazer C, c 

235 Reynolds W R ^ 

236 Murrell W, r 

238 Lovingood J M 

239 Dollar Mrs A 
243 Fincher W T 
245 Hill E 

W Mitchell St Col School 
247 Dense A, r 
250 Parker J 

256 Moore H, c 

257 Chivers W, c 

260 White J M 

261 Worrier J, c 

262 Townsley B H, r 



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Knott W, ^ 
Williams P, c 
Starks H, c 
Yates M C 
Ramsey J, r 
Jones H, c 
Collins B F, ^ 
Hinson A R, c 

Maple intersects, 
Brice S, c 
Johnson S, <: 
Ivy S, c 
Palmer F B 
Phillips J, c 
Thomas W, c 
Ash R, c 
Pitts H, c 
Speer J W, c 
Hardeman M, c 
Burch G], c 
Winn Wm 
M E Church, c . 
Taylor G C, ^ 
Atl University 
Tanks J A, ^ 
Vacant 
Collins B F 
Longers T C 
Powell G B 
Jones R, c 
Henning G H 
Gates H 
Munns H, c 



MUNROE, from Rhodes s to 
Hunter, i w of Central R R, 

* Ward I. 
8 Foster H, c 



Dixie Baking Powder. 

All users of this powder notice the ver j 
superior quality of food prepared with it, 
whether eaten hot or cold. 

DIXIE BAKINa POWDER CO- 

116>^aod 118 Peachtree 8t., AtUnts, Oa. 




Bcrator IsMraacs, luaniHee araiaat Lawsalta, FtdelUj Bond* 
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MUNROE— Continued , 

10 Clark H, r 

14 Cowers S, c 
16 Acme G, c 
18 Jurdy G, c 
28 Walker A, c 

32 Zimmerman L E 

58 Smith J, c 

62 Morgan H, c 

68 Harrison E 

72 Price L 

76 Simpson J S 

MOORE, from Georgia R R n 
to Pratt at Jenkins and s to 
Fair. 
5 Haas, Guthman & Co 

1 1 Greogory W H 

15 Rose J 
28 Trotter J 

Decatur intersects, 

31 Hart S 

32 Lacy E E 

35 Mayfield C'A 

36 Jolly J 

37 Allen J T 

38 Cochran W B 

41 Taylor T T 

42 Gresham W C 

45 Parker G 

46 Dunlap W W 

Gilmer intersects, 

GOING SOUTH. 

4 Blassingame O H 
8 Ivey H 

Hamilton G C 

Mapp G 

Farmer S D 



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Office, 37 Marletfa Sf reet, Af lanfa, 6a. 

Telephone 118. . 

Moving a pleasure by getting 

Read's Transfer. 

If you are going to break up housekeep- 
ing give us your key and we will take 
charge of your goods, pack and store 
them; or get freight rates and ship to 
any point. 



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12 Hall R, c 

13 Peacock J M 

14 Kinsey J F 

19 HoUinsworth R P 

20 Wylie E 

21 Garrison B 

22 Geesling S A 

Hunter intersects. 




MOORE, from State w to Mc- 
Millan, 2 n of limits. 




MORGAN, from Boulevard e 
near northeastern limits 2 s of 
Ponce de Leon ave. 



MORRIS, from Hollins e to 
Robbins, i s of Wells, Ward 



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MORRIS' ALLEY, from Walk- 
er to Lowe's alley, i s of Lar- 
kin. 



MORRISON AVE, from Bou- 
levard n to limits, 3 s of 
Ponce de Leon. 



MOSELEY, from Grant e to 
GuUatt, I s of Georgia R R. 

MOUGHRON, from Hayne w 
I n of W Hunter. 



MURPHY, from Marietta s to 
W & A R R, I w of Bass ave. 
Moore John M Shoe Co 



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mont ave, Ward 6. 

NEAL, from Chestnut west be- 
yond limits, I s of Kennedy, 
Ward 5. 

NELSON from Thompson w to 
Chapel, 3 s of W Mitchell, 
Ward I. 
22 Strickland W R. 

Georgia Pine Lumber Co 
E. T.J V, & G. R. R. intersects. 
35 Adams Mrs L E 
47 Collier J 

54 Vacant ' 

58 Vacant 
64 Huff James C 
68 Stuchlik Joseph W 

74 Cook J E 

75 Hancock J T 
77 Vacant 

80 Treadwell F S 

81 Stocks F M 
84 Orear John D 
87 Beall A C 

90 Camp Milton P 

93 Dobbs Mrs J E 

94 Reneau Olmius 

Mangiim commeyices. 
98 Klassett Andrew 
10 1 Sharp Mrs M C 

Walker commences. 
Walker St M E Ch 
III Fish R 
117 Cook HP 
123 Crouch J M 



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Crankshaw H 
Ozburn H 
Arthur E L 

Haynes intersects. 
Bell W W 
Lowe G W 
Meaks R P 
Gardner M M 
Reed Mrs B V 
Arnold W M 
Starr H I 
Terrill J 
Roberts G P 
Moncrief D E 
Moncrief S P 

Tatnall commences. 
Gilbert J W 
Lemke Charles M 
Barren W L 
Anthony J L 
Thompson M 
Cochran J R 
Vacant 
Peacock J L 
Giiggs C E 
Gann David 
Gann Wm 



NESBIT, from Plum to Luckie, 
I s of North ave, Ward 5. 
9 Drogan H M 

10 Byers Mrs R G 

12 West R M 



NEWMAN ALLEY, from C§in 
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Haynes, i n of Foundry, 
Ward 5. 

10 White Mrs M J 

14 Sasseen Mrs D E 

17 Lovejoy Amanda 

18 Dean E J 

19 Thomas Sidney, c 

20 Dean A 

^i Cook Lucy, c 
22 Moore J D 

24 Anderson Joseph 

25 McCallJ B_ 

27 Dees J 

28 Flury W A 

31 Brogdon Ruth, c 

32 Myers R M 

34 McDade R M 

35 Willingham Susie, c 
37 Brogdon Mary, c 

40 Jones John, c 

41 Lofton Elbert, c 
43 Farmer Robert, c 
46 Logan Mrs M L 
48 Gentry C T 

Mangum intersects. 
53 Simmons Butler, c 
60 Lee J, c 
64 Holland Lee, c 
71 Woodley A W, c 
75 Stone F, c 
79 Manley Robert, c 
Hayne intersects. 
^ 83 Molland A, c 
87 Edwards W, r 
89 Holmes L, c 
93 Curry G, c 
129 Glenn F, c 



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Raising and ffloving Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special Faculties 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

TeleBhone 344. 21>i B. Alabama 






NOLAN, from Summit ave e 
to Boulevard, i n of Rice. 
W^ard 4- 



NORRELL, from Proctor 
north to Jett, i eas tof Ashby. 



NORTH AVE, from W. Peach- 
tree e to limits and w to limits. 
Wards 4, 5 and 6. 

GOING EAST. 

29 Harris D B 
36 Miller P H 
39 Cay John E 

Peachtree intersects. 
78 Glover H W B 
81 Arnold G W^ Jr 

Courtlaml intersects. 

Juniper commences. 
95 Potts F Jr 
103 Vacant 
107 Vacant 
117 Gaines M 

Piedmont ave intersects. 
135 Reilly Eugene 
139 Evans W I 
145 Kamper C J 
160 Brooks R, c 

Myrtle commences. 
179 Scott, W D 
181 Richards W A 
185 Evans S M 
193 George Albert, c 
244 Moss H, c 
377 Williams M, c 
425 Williamson S, c 
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NORTH AVE— Continued 

GOING WEST. 

Spring intersect^. 

WiUiam-i in tersects. 

Orme intersecU. 

Lovejoy end-i. 

Fowler intertiect'<. 

McAfee en^is. " 

Ga School of Technology 

Cherry commence-'i. 
Waldroii R D 
Vacant 
Vacant 

Flum intersects. ' 

Torbett M B 

State commences. . 
329 Tones R W F ' 

331 Minton Z T 

Vacant , 

Vacant ! . " 

Coleman P 
Stollard M L 
Vacant 

Coleman W K 
344 Richardson W H 

347 Watts J L M 

348 Ashler Sam 

349 Fain Mrs M M 

351 Stollard M L 

352 Boggiis A A 

353 Vacant 
362 McColgan C L 
366 Brooks J 
370 Fitts O 
374 Robberth T F 
376 Chapman A E 
384 Jenkins B 
386 kardeman E 



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Wilson Carrie, c 
Underwood T H 
McCord Lewis 
Brown E 
Hardeman H, c 
Evans J 
Martin G, c 
Ratteree R 
Williams J 
Glore T A 
Mann S 
Durham B L 
Hays E R 
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NUNNALLY ALLEY, from 
Butler w to Calhoun, i n of 
Harris, Ward 6. 



OCMULGEE, from Whitehall 
s to Glenn, between E T V & 
G and A & W P Railroads. 
9 Howard Anderson 
99 Little Wm, c 

103 Toliver Peter, c 

107 Jordan George, c 

III Thurmond Ben, c 



OLD WHEAT, from Bell e to 
Randolph, i n of Wheat, 
Ward 4. '" 

OLIVER, from Jett, n toyorrfi 
ave, 2 e of Ashby. Vv 

ORANGE, from Smith n e to 
Windsor, i s of Whitehall, 
Ward 2. 



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Ppmpnf LOUISVILLE, 

||6ni6ni^ Portland: 

Best Brands, Lowest Prices, 

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7 Foote Abe 

9 Brittain Rev J M 
19 ViUard W D • 

29 Pritchell Mrs R T 
31 Salmon Mrs L A 
y^ Rattle Mrs A M 
34 Lederle F 

40 George Israel, c 

41 Gates Nannie, c 

42 Reese Charles, c 
46 Jenkins Lewis, c 
50 Bell W, c 

52 Kirkland J, <: 
60 Davis G, ^ 

62 Woodson Lucinda, c 

63 White Mary, c 

64 Leary Claiborn, c 

65 Weeks S, c 

66 Wilson Henry, c 

67 Riley Jasper, c 
87 Simmons J W 

90 Morgan Mrs P 

91 Foard R O 

92 Morgan E T 

95 Vittur Charles 

96 Mapp Margaret, c 
98 Dozier Wilson, c 

104 Balch T T 

ORME, from W Cain north, i 
w of Williams, Ward 5. 

1 2 Lowry J T 

13 Garner W J 

15 Eddlefnan E O 

16 Smith W C 

17 Bruce Mrs S C 

18 Webb Mrs L B 
21 Park J 



The Candy Kitchen. 

FINE BONBONS 

And Home Made French Candies. 
G ARROW'S, 100 Whitehall Stheet. 



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The Choicest 

Old Oscar Pepper, Old Crow WliiskieB 

and Choicest Wines and Brandies 
Direct Imported. 

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23 McDonald C D 
27 Ellington A F 
31 Wilkinson Mrs V A 
W. Harris intersects. 
46 Fasler Jacob 

50 Cole E I 

51 Vacant 

53 George J A 

54 Hood R J 
57 Laird H M 
61 Borowsky A 
63 George W H 

W. Baker intei'sects. 
Simpson intersects. 
Alexander intersect*. 
118 Henderson J, c 
120 Stovall A, t 

Powers intersects. 
125 Vacant 
127 Taylor H, c 
129 Speer George, c 
131 Vacant 
133 Freeman A, c 
135 Williams L, f 
137 Bell Ella, c 
139 Dorsey E, c 
141 Green A, c 

Mills intersects. 

Humiicutt intersects. 
188 King H, c 
190 Henderson I, c 
192 Glover L, c 
194 Williams Harry, c 
197 Springfield Baptist Church 
199 Grant W^, c 
201 Grant Miles, c 
203 Woodall ], c 

Pine intersects. 



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JEWELERS, 

Wholesale and Retail. 

UR6EST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL ST. 

ORME— Continued 

Merritt's ave intersects. 
243 Randall A B, <: ' \ 

245 Green Henry 
249 Henderson Louis, c 
251 Van Hooks Tucker, c 
255 Reid ],c 
257 Mornian D, c * 

260 Bradley Ellis, c 

261 Barrow T, c 

Linden intersects. 
283 Tolleson H A 
293 Smith J B, r ' 

295 Buckley C 
297 Key J L 

North ave intersects. 



ORMOND, from S Pryor east 
4 s of Georgia ave, Ward .2. 
91 Spencer M B 
99 Spencer W A 

OWEN'S ALLEY, from Smith 
e to Ira, 'i n of Richardson. 



PACKARD, from Thompson w 

to Central R R, i s of Broth- 

erton. Ward 2. 

4 Dennan Miss M 

6 Edenfield Mrs M 
10 White Mrs E J 
12 Floyd S, c 
14 Collins Edward, c 
20 Crawford H, c 

Dixie Lumber & Mfg Co 

PARK AVE, from E Fair to 
Grants Park, i w of Boule- 
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53 Manly J C 
57 Cook J T 
61 Burney J A 

75 Buchanan T J 

76 Mabry M J 
82 Johnson L C 
86 Swar W 

89 Thrower J K 

90 Camp W A 
96 Sutton J T 

150 Patterson W H 
160 Brown H H 
162 Johnson S R 
166 Kennedy Mrs J 



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Wards 5 and 6. 
6 Payne W D 

15 Varnell J W 

16 Kimbrough W B 

Scott intersects. 

17 Schilling Mrs F 
21 Costan C L 

27 Herring Mrs M 

Spring intersects. 
41 Lattimore F, c 
45 Ransom M, c 
47 Martin I, c 
49 Paschal Adolphus, c 
53 Smith A, c 

Williains intersects. 
68 Vacant 
70 Howard Joseph, c 

73 Justice Z, c 

74 Harper L, c 

76 Garner Henrietta, c 

77 Pittman L, c 

78 Harper Lizzie, c 



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WRITING MACHINES. " It stands at the head." 

M. B. TORBETT k CO., (Succpssors to TorbettA McCandless.) 
General Agents for Georgia and Alabama 
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PARSONS, from Walnut w to 
Chestnut, i n of Fair, Ward i. 
I Simmons J M, c 
12 Kerr J L C 

26 Evans W C, c 

27 Wylie G, c 

Vine intersects. 

37 Thomas J, c 

38 Williams John, c 
40 Baily Wm, c 

43 Schell Robert, c 

44 Odum Cordelia, c 

45 Cook B, c 

47 Berry L, c 

48 Farmer Thomas, c 
52 Lee L, c 

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81 Martin S M, r 



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20 Mansfield F M 
31 Cook A B 
34 Vacant 

39 Benteen F W 

40 Gates H L 



PEACHTREE, from W & A 
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and by east to limits, W^ard 6. 

1 Lagomarsino Mary 

2 Russell W A 

3 Jones E S, ^ 

4 Fry Abe 

PLUMBING, 

S.A.ALBRIGHT, 

8 West Wall St. 

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TRi:^OD PAINT CO., 

66-68 Pvlarietta Street. 

5 West View Floral Co 

6 National Hotel 

7 Swifi & Harris 

8 Hall G W 

9 Hughes & Law 
94Jones W M & Co 

Office Specialty Co 
Citizens Loan & B Co 
Robinson Joseph E 
Eichberg David 
Peters LarTd Co 
Wilkins Grant 

10 Yarbrough Geo, c 

11 Nash A, c 

12 Burket J M 

13 Northrop J P 

14 Saloshin G 

15 Goldsmith Turner 

16 White H J, ^ 

17 Cuesta & Wolff 
i7^Erwin Howell C 

Avary R L 
Gross Joseph 
Perkins & Hillis 
Smith & Owen 

18 Emery H F 

19-21 Beermann & Silverman 

Glazier Frank H 
Decatur intersects. 
23-25 Elkin- Watson Drug Co 

Edgewood ave commences. 
28 Healey T G 

Scott & Leibman 

Wannamaker & Brown 

Johnson B T 
28^Hopkins J L & Son 
30 Powell G W L 

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PEACHTREE— Continued 

32 Potts & Potts 

33 Clarke Hardware Co 

34 Scales H P Tobacco Co 
34jCooper Hunter P 

Morrison H 
Purse M A 
36 Cleveland Faucet Co 

36 Bell A 

37 Phillips & Crew Co 

38 Bell Allen J 
Barnwell V T 

39 Vacant 

40 Vacant 

41 Willson Whiskey Co 

41 Hill Harry 
4i^Powcll & Carpenter 

Wiseberg M 

42 Lowry Hdw Co 
Yarbrough H W 

Evans Thomas & Co j 
McKinley N 

Walton commences. 

43 Rose & Bailey 
43|Penn Mutual L Ins Co ^ 
45 McKeldin & Carlton 

49 Porter Bros 
49jDonohue Patrick 

Cooper R, c 

Lynch & Taylor 

Robinson John M 

Revson Frank = 

51 Bass E M & Co 
52-54 Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 

56 Hightower Hallman & Co 

57 Schaffner C E 
60-62 Miller A J (est of) 
61 Dobbs Wey & Co 



62^Manning A A 
"^Clark W W 

63 Freyer & Bradley Music Co 
Crocker & Smith 

64 Morgan D 

65 King Hardware Co 

Wheat commences. 

66 Tappan & Co 
70 Vacant 
7o4Clayton G A 

So Bureau of Infm and 
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Poplar commences. 
75 Prior G S 

77 Bramlett R S 
77piggersST 

Durham W M 
Smith W A 
Hammond Joel F 

78 Smith E E 
78iWellons J, c 
80 "Scott VV M, c 
So^Powell F T 

Clarke Art Engraving Co 
Ga Co-oper Loan Co 
81-83 Kirke T Mfg Co 

82 Wolfe & Sirkin 

83 Vacant 
83^Shaver Mary 

84 Gaines & Frenkel 
84iCook H C 

85 Marrodes Geo 

86 Lofton J T & Co 

N. Broad ends. 
87-89 Crutcher R S & Co 
91 Simmons H 
93 Fuhrer J 
95 Stewart J M 



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Food prepared with this powder is always 
light, sweet, delicioxis and wnolesome, hot or 
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DIXIE BAKING POWDER CO. 
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Sou Ind Aid Soc 
97 Avary M B & Co 
97iDelbridge G W 

"Hoult N E 
99 Duffy J J 
99iPaine C M 
"Brockett C T 

Luckie commences. 
103 Holbrook A L & Co 

105 Allen J A 
io5^Cooper A H, ^ 

Jones John W, c 

106 Monnish W A 

107 Henry C R 

109 Roberts W J & Son 
no Alexander J F 
1 1 1 Cal F Cider Co 
113 Keeling W J 

115 Dunn Eula E 

116 Great A & P Tea Co 
ii6iMoore's Business Col 

Dixie Baking Powder Co 
Lawshe J Z 

117 Brown John 

118 Griffin R J 

Dixie Baking Powder Co 

120 Sou Art Glass Co 

122 Gate City G'd Arm'y 

124 Crescent Stm Laundry 
James comimnces. 

130 Atl Stm Laundry 

Medlock Harness Co 
First Meth Epis Church 
Houston commences. 

132 Fairbanks & McKinnon 

134 West J C 

138 Hogan J L 

Office, 37 Marietta Street, Atlanta, 6a. 

Telephone 118. 

Moving a pleasure by getting 

Read's Transfera 

If you are going to break up housekeep- 
ing, give us your key and we will take 
charge of your goods, pack and store 
them; or get freight rates and ship to 
any point. 



The Dresden, 

Rogers Silverplated Ware, Table 
Cutlery, Lamps, 

Largrest Variety. Lowest Prices. 

37 Whitehall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 



140 Echols & Richards 
141-145 Bratton L R 
142 Gate City Bakery 
146-150 Gregory's Pharmacy 
Church commences. 

165 Lumpkin W W 
Banks Henry 

166 Boyd J S 

168 Robertson E A & Co 

170 Buzbee Carter K 

i7o^Graham G X 

1 72 "Powell C H & Bro 

i72^Pugin B A 

1 74 Walden Hughes & Co 

i74jBrannan Miss M E 

178 Vacant 

180 White Sewing Mach Co 

Grand Opera House 

Aragon Hotel 

EUis intersects. . 
183 MaddoxRF 
186 Capital City Club 

190 Richards Mrs Josephine 

191 McKie C D 
198 Leyden House 
201 Ballard House 

280 Northen Hon Wm J 
209 Stephens Mrs K E 
211 Hagan Hugh 

(Jain intersects. 

215 Hill W R 
Payne J C 

216 Beasley J D 

223 Alexander J M 

224 Lawshe Er 
229 Elkih W S 

233 Bullock R B 

234 Hammond N J 



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General Agrents for Georgia and Alabama 
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Wrought Iron Pfpe, 

Fittings and Brass 0:eis. 

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PEACHTREE— Continued 

242 Inman H T 

243 Bridge James Jr. 

Harris intersecU. 

247 Bleckley L E 

248 Duncan Mrs M E 

257 Langston T L 

258 Fort I E 
263 Vacant 

266 Wylie J R 

267 Blount J T 

274 Scott H F 

275 Doughterty D H 

Baker i 1 1 te rsecU . 
W Peachtree commence-<. 
279 Goldsmith J W 
286 Normandie, The 
291 Pope P W 
296 Vacant 

301 Gress G V 

302 Barker C P N 
305 Hemphill R A 

308 HillBH 

309 Swift T A 
313 Cook GW D 
321 Herring W B 
323 Peavy A E 
325-329 Farlinger A \V 

Ivy ends. 
330 Porter J H 
339 Meador T D 
34»4 Vacant 

Forest ave commences. 
352 Renfroe J W 
355 Kiser M C 
358 Huard Miss C A 

362 Everett W S 

363 Ridley R B 



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428 

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445 
449 
450 
453 
458 
468 

469 

477 
478 

485 
494 
495 
497 



McCarthy Maurice 
Powell F^T 
Foreacre Mrs G J 
Nunnally J H 

Currier commences. 
Kingsbery C S 
Dickey J L 
Wilkes S W 
Drake Mrs A S 
Peck J B 
392 Kamper C J 

Alexander ends. 
Vacant 
Wright W A 
Cabaniss H H 
Smythe W H 
Black E P 
Stocking Samuel 
Grant Mrs Martha 
Grant W D 

Pine interseces. 
Tyler C F 
Spenger J J 
Evans C A 
Scruggs W L 
Peck Mrs C I 
Dougherty D O 
Harris C R 
Dreyfus Julius 
Snow H Y 

Howard commences. 
Peel W L 
Hilliard H W . 
Inman W P 
Smith H H 
Dickson W M 
Kamper C J 
Alexander J A 





At wholesale and retail. 
Mingt> Lump, Nut, Steam, Anthra- 
cite and Wood, 

M. G. WHITLOCK & CO. 

25« MAKIETTA ST. 

Telephone 1415. 





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500 Jones DC 

Limlen intersects. 

503 McCandless E S 

508 Russell W A 

513 Lowe W B 

514 Hemphill W A 

521 Goldsmith G H 

522 Steele A B 

527 McCabe Mrs E G 

528 High J M 

533 DuBose E R 

534 Inman S W 

North ave intersects. 
541 Wilkins Grant 
544 Spear W J 
547 Parrott Geo W 

549 Traynham W L 

550 Block F E 

553 Winder J H 

Ponce de Leon commences. 

554 Inman S M 

Kimball commences. 

574 Reagan W A 

575 Mims Livingston 

583 Vacant 

584 Buck A E 
590 Mynatt P L 
593 Clarke R C 
598 Castleman H 

Third intersects. 
611 Thornton A E 
614 Winship George 

624 Spalding R D 

625 Clarke Thos M 
632 Speer D N 

Fourth intersects. 
639 Black N P 



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itaising and IQoving Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special Fnciliiles 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21>4 B. Alabama 



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Cunningham A T 
Peters Mrs Mary J 
AVilson H L 

Fifth intersects. 
Reed'w M 
McGehee C C 
Boyd I S 

Sixth intersects. 
Bates M L 
Clarke John S 
Raoul W G 
Beck Albert L 
Scott F M 
Johnson Harvey 

Seventh intersects. 
Goode S W 
Anderson Clifford L 
Unfinished 

Eighth intersects. 
Freeman J C 
Culpepper Jesse W 
Morgan T H 
West A J 
Bain D M 
Crawford J M 
Smith L A 
Walker R L 
Echols E V 
Davis J A 
McGrath J P 
Chaffee CC 
Leonard H C 
Farley F M 
King Alex C 
Douglas R O 
Donaldson T J 
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944 Vacant 

958 Spalding J J- 

979 Calhoun Patrick 



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75 Vacant t 

77 Palmer W V 

79 Jones B, c 
81 Pullyum R, ^ 



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Fair, ^.mile e of cemetery. 
70 Chosewood C L 
96 Warnock N J 
98 Hollingsworth G W 

106 Duke R T 

no Pope & Smith 

112 Clarke T J 

115 ColeT A 

116 Pope W R 

119 Rhodes J C • 

125 Kerr J W 

149 Pierce G N 

150 Martin Mrs S 

151 Harris W B 
174 Williams D. c 

Harris W B 
Pierce G M 
Martin Mrs Sibbie 
Poss C C 
Drake CM 



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W^ard 5. 

PETERS, from Forsyth s w to 
limits. Wards i and 2. 

3 Kemp Mrs S M 

4 Williams J H 
5^Mangum Mrs V 
6*'Williams Mrs J H 

O'Sullivan E J 

Wood A 

Vacant 

Vacant 

Ruddell Hiram 

Loo Sam 

McNeal W S 
16 Sharp W H 
20 Clark E Y 

23 Vacant 

24 Maxwell J R 
28-30 Killian D A 
34 Raleigh Mrs E J 

37 Cain S R 

38 Mozley Hiram 

39 Jones G 

40 Raleigh Mrs E J 

Thompson intersects. 

44 Engine Co No 5 

45 Winn T 

47 Gam me! Mrs M E 

49 King K, c 

51 Leagans E 

53 Kirbo J F 

55 Highland Matilda, i 



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HAimUSUILIlINGSUrFLIES. 
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Hardwood Interior Finish, Etc. 
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PETERS— Continued 
57 Henderson Hester, c 
Garnett commences. 

70 Morris Baggett & Co 

7 1 Atlanta Compress & W Co 
76 Vacant 

Central R R intersects. 
E T V & G R R intersects. 

79 Vacant 

81 Ryan M, c 

83 Thurfield M, c 

85 Stocks Coal Co 

Many inn commences. 

87 Gershon A 

89 Wheeler M, c 

91 King J R 

93 Eplan L 

95 Wells J, c 

97 Tiller & Suttles 

99 Wyatt Burt, c 
loi Herren & Little 
103 Ballinger J A, c 
105 Lent B F 
107 Yoffe M 
109 Hosias & Wildauer 
1 1 1 Cook I J 
115 Babb James R 
1 1 7 Peacock J L 

Hayne commences. 
119 Curtis A L 
121 Davis R, ^ 
Kerlin W P 
123 Stevens & Ray 
125 Gordon Louis 
127 Bliem & Leyh 
129 Schell John T, r 
131 Anderson & Son 
133 Wilson S M 



The Canc/y Kitchen. 

Try 6arrow's Cocoanut Syrup, 

For Table Use. 
No. 100 WHITEHAIiL STREET. 



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Broad Streets. 

Telephone 420. 



35 Peacock & McCullough 
37 Seawright James R 
39 McDonald & Tommey 
41 Schreiber A 

43 Gordon Louis 

44 Vinson George A 

45 Goldstein L 

47 Stewart Grisham B 

48 McCullough J T 

49 Fine W L 

51 Sugarman M 

52 Revson Frank 
52^McDonald S A 

53 White & Sons 

54 Vacant 

55 Waits W W & Co 

56 Vacant 

57 Waits Mrs F M 

59 Barksdale C E 

60 HoUiday G H Lumber Co 

61 Wesley W F 

62 Harbuck E J 

Fair intersects. 
68 Wolfe J C 

77 Lindenberg Wm 
Central Baptist Church 

78 W<>lfe J C 

79 Stevens H J 

80 Poole W J 

81 Crawford Mrs M A 

83 Rosenthal L 

84 Chapman E B 

85 Rosenthal L 

86 Chapman E B 

87 Weingart A R 
87iHuie & Parker 

89 Carroll W W 

90 Barge Sewell & Campbell 



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JEWELERS, 

Wholesaieand F.et il. 

LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL ST. 

PETERS— Continued 
191 Jentzen Mrs M H 
195 Jentzen W H 

197 king J R 

198 Eskew J B I . 

Joiner commences. 

199 Collier T 

200 Stevens J M 

201 Lvnch Peter A 

203 Johnson Benjamin F 

205 Todd R P 

206 Mason J A & Sons 

207 Fulton W H 
2o8J,McGahee W T 

209 Farrell J 

210 Yarbrough Mrs M 

211 Wils6rf W B 

212 Bexley J L 

213 Bowen W H 
215 Legg A D 

217 McConnell U O 

218 Fuller J C 

219 Bowen W H 
221 Eskridge J P 

223 Keller Mattie, <: i 

Jeannette commences. 

224 Eubanks (Gilbert T 

225 Riley Mary, c 
227 Carmichael R^ c 

229 Merritt W, c 

230 Garner Joseph 

231 Caldwell J S 
233 Gossett J A 
235 Benson A, r 

237 Ricardson Robert, c 
239 Nash Alphonso L, £ 

241 Dupre John, c 

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244 Lenox Mfg Co 

245 Bettis J A 

246 Vacant 

248 Humphries J 
250 Humphries & Bro 
252 Gantt J A 

Walker commences. 

254 Bleim H 

255 Moyer Isaac P, c 

258 Curtis W M 

Trenhohn commences. 

259 Deneen John 

260 Curtis W M 

263 Roberts J A 

264 Spain Gilbert, c 

265 Sharp Minerva, c 

266 Hines Susie, c 

267 Watkins S, ^ 

268 Brooks Margaret, c 
i'6g Gibson W 

270 Lemon Augustus H, 1 

271 Smith S D, c 

Hilh ave commences, 

272 Martin Thomas, c 

275 Brown Sophia, c 

276 Pitchford S N 

277 King Emanuel, r 

279 Watkins W 

280 King B F 

281 Watkins Wm, c 

284 Hall J W 

285 Grizzard Thomas J 

286 Pitchford S N 

Mc Daniel intersects, 
290 Brown S A & Co 

292 Vacant 

293 Kelsey W^ J 



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KIXBAU; HOUSE, DECATUR ST. TELEPHONE 72. 



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294 Bendy Moses H, c 

295 Chandler S A 

297 Houk David M 

298 Brown Stewart, c 

300 Williams Henry, c 

301 Grizzard T J v 
305 Pearson Mrs Sarah U 
309 Jones N J, ^ 

311 Sutton J, c 

313 Adams Mattie, c 

315 Vacant 

317 Asbury J E, r 

319 Klassett Charles 

Beer man commences, 
321 Green A, c 
323 T H Miller & Bro 
325 Stewart Mrs S W 
327 Vacant 
329 Poole & Childress 
333 Huff H T 
341 Golden S C 
347 King Rufus M, c 

Humphries intersects, 
349 Middlebrooks W M 
349^Reese D A 
355"Bettis J E 
357 Dawson B 

Bidgood T W 
361 Davies E A 

Leonard commoices. 

365 Kile W C 

367 Vacant 

371 Poe O, c 

391 Smith & Simpson 

393 Vacant 

399 Middlebrooks W M 

409 Schillinger L 

S. A. ALBRIGHT, 

FBACTIOAL 

Uer, Stem Is k Fitter, 

Telephone 878, 

8 West Wall Street. 



TRIPOD - FfllNT - CO., 

MAKUFACTUREBS OF 

READY MIXED PAINTS 

tSrainIng and Oil Colors, 

White Lead,!-CoatCarmgeFainti,&c 

Factory, 375 Decatur Street. 

Office 56-58 Marietta Street. 



417 Vacant 
419 French G H 
423 Abbett H M 
429 McAdoo M R 
441 Adair G W 

PETTUS. (See Logan) 

PIEDMONT AVE, from Ga R 
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land, Ward 6. 

8 Buggs J, c 

9 Burke M A 

10 Robinson Annie, c 

11 Harris L, c 

12 Howard D B 

13 Baker G, c 

13 Jenkins Ella, c 

16 Lipes Moses 

17 Johnson I, ^ 

20 Kemp H H 

21 Hawkins ]y c 
21 Buice D 

. 24 Weimer Geo 
25 Ray A F 

25 Jarrett B, c 

26 Vacant 

29 Hudson W C 

32 Hubbard Wm L 

33 Brindle John L 

34 Wright M S 

37 Lother W P 

38 Cobb T H 

40 Winburn D W 

Gilmer intersects, 
43 Benson M C 

46 Johnson L C 

47 Culpepper A E 



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Nos. 15 and 17 Whitehall St. 



PIEDMONT AVE— Continued 
48 Johnson W P 

Miller J T 
52 Gullatt H 
5 5 Cooper Wm J 

59 Eplon Leon 

60 Dine A H 

63 Moore ST 

64 Gatins John 

Jenkins intersect^. 
67 Yarbrough J S 

69 Johnson J H 

70 Larney Hugh 

71 Askam H F 
74 Pease O J 

78 Adams H B 

79 Bliley F X 

81 Chapman W H H 

82 Ridge F P 

83 Kleibacher B W 

84 Macks Morris 

85 Martin A L 

86 Landrum S H ' 

87 Mcintosh M C 
91 Mizell L W 

95 Stanley I 
99 Marston E F 
103 Manley G B 
107 Longley B F 

Edgewood ave intersects. 

College commences. 
Hardin C » 

Heirstein B 
Alteneder C 
120 Taylor H*S 

123 Wurm A J 

124 Dunlap H C 

Wheat intersects. 



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143 Vacant * 

144 Ash worth T R 

147 Morgan Wm 

148 Mathews F J 

152 Rucker H A 

153 Jolly M W 

156 Heard Larkin, c 

157 Merritt W 

159 King J 

160 Carraway J B 

163 Wallace O J 

164 Scott J B 

172 Merritt Mrs H I 
174 Thomas J F 

Houston intersects. 
185 ClaspyJ 

193 Mitchell J, c 

194 Gannon Mrs Annie 

195 Mapp — , c 
199 Lott J R, ^ 
201 Smith J, c 
203 Vacant 
205 Box Jack, c 

Ellis intersects. 
217 Maumenee A J 

220 Blackraan J E 

221 Vernon A A 
225 Walker E A, r 
228 Gribling Jennie, c 
230 Brooker — , 

232 Quarterman T, c 
235 Mitchell Anse 
237 Falls Clark, c 

Cain intersects. 

253 Franklin H, c 

254 Ellis S, r 
258 Horton L, c 



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260 Harris J H 
262 Byas L, <r 

264 Briscoe S, r 

265 Chapel Ed, c 

266 Glover L, c 
269 Reid Andrew, c 

Harris intersects. 
275 Penamone Crawford 

277 Cole R, c 

278 Dilsmer W 

282 Fichter Theodore 

286 Gaines Stephen, c 

287 Lewis N, c 

288 Walker S, c 

289 White Sam, c 

290 Davis J H 

291 Turner L, c 
293 McGuffy J. c 
295 Pope A, ^ 
297 Vacant 

Mount Zion Baptist Church 
Baker intersects. 
306-308 Moore James M, c 
310 Cox John, c 

312 Andrews G, c 

313 Young J, c 

314 Andrews R L 

315 Swansea A, c 

316 Smith J c 

319 Parks Robt, c 

320 Swanson I R, r 

322 Ward A, c 

323 Maise Joe c 

324 Boyd M, ^ 

326 Miller James* R, c 

327 Robins M, c 

328 Ward R, c 




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Housefurnishing Goods, Baskets, 
Toys, Bird Cages, Doffs. 

Largest Variety. Lowest Prices. 

37 Whitehall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 



Chestnut ave intersects. 

330 Trammell M, c 

331 Cranshaw H J 

333 Vacant 

334 Jones W C, c 

335 Comstock C W 
339-341 Swanson I, c 

Forest ave intersects. 
369 Dunwoody R G 
375 Williams S W . 
381 Prescott A 

Currier intersects. 
Calhoun St School 
Pine intersects: 
452 Brown Mrs M S 
456 Shelverton G W 
460 Hill Jane, c 

MerritVs ave intersects. 
483 Kublei^ A 
487 Fairman H C 
491 Lowry Rev Basil. 

Linden ave intersects. 
519 Woods Lee, c 
524 Zuber M, c 
526 Grant M, c 

North ave intersects. 
Ponce de Leon Circle intersects. 

Third intersects. 
604 Plane Wm F 
610 Wilson R H 

Fourth intersects. 
658 Brockett C T 

Fifth intersects. 
660 Casgrove W L 

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Hose, Packing, Ac, 
47 and 49 S. Broad Street 

PINE, from West Peachtree 
east to limits, and west to 
Marietta. ! 

GOING EAST. 

Peachtree intersects. 
Courtland ave intersects. 
75 Wallace A M 
79 Lane C 

85 Russell T J 

86 Walker W B 
91 Smith AW 
94 Vacant 

Bishop commences. 

97 Brown G S 

98 Adams L D 

99 Crumidy C, r 

102 Foster Mrs C A 

103 Ramsour Mrs L B 
106 Gentry W T 

108 Vacant 

109 Shackelford Mrs F R 
no Hall B M 

114 Richards W A 

115 Holmes Miss E F 

116 Robson J R 
Piedmont ave intersects.- 

120 Crosby W R • 

121 Dietz Philip 

Fort intersects. 
275 Clark J A 

GOING WEST. 

15 Driver J C 

Spring intersects. 
42 Hines J K 
57 Earns worth J A 
62 McFail WE 
65 Govan W J 
69 McWhorter W A 



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74 Smith J C 
80 Arnold h, c 

Orme intersects. 

08 Cason Ed 

09 Berks A, c 
12 White J O 
14 Wooten J L 

17 Wingfield S, c 

18 Steerman J C 
Lovejoy intersects. 

22 Freeland Henry J 
24 Blackstock J J 
26 AVarren D I 

Jones W L 

Evans N E 

Moon F E 

Fowler intersects. 

37 Turner J L 

38 Thomas J C 

40 Vacant 

41 Crute Mrs R 

42 Williams W H 
46 Cook Mrs M 
50 Folsom Montgomery M 

McAfee intersects. 
56 Vacant 
65 Tate W A 

Venable intersects 
73 Davis J R 
79 Smith N T 

Luckie intersects. 

93 Bridwell Zion 

94 Laird W D 

98 Williams S A 

99 Harbuck W 
200 Harbuck C H 
203 Pitts M J 

L-ITV^E. 

M. C. WHITLOCK & CO. 

Sole Agents for 

ALABASTER UME. 

2{»« MARIETTA ST. 

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StrOnSi n6li&DI6 allQ LIDClal bOSl l 22 KIMBALL house, DECATUB st. TELEPHOKB 72. 



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Buchanan Lucy 

1 Whatley J W 

2 Garner J A 

5 Jordan J A 

6 Garner C R 

7 Buchanan Emery 
23 Stapp J J 

25 Clower B M 

29 Heath W R 

PLUM, from w Mills n beyond 
limits, I e of Marietta, Ward 

5. 

8-10 Sullivan John, c 
9 Ferguson Mrs 
II Sherrell Mrs F 

13 Farr T J 

14 Carter Jane, c 

15 Spence J T 

1 7 Tate Mrs M C 
21 Da\*is G 

26 Hunter J H 

30 Hafer W H 

Pine intersects. 

36 Bramlett Z D 

37 Eidson G G 

39 Gray W H 

40 Grist W W 

43 AVilliams P A 

44 Jones W B 
46 Vacant 



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PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN— 

liaising and (Qoving Boiidiags, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special FHCiiliie* 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 844. 2\y» B. Alabama. 

47 McNeely R O 

5 1 Tribble J B 

52 Ivy TW 

55 McCarter J 

56 Mountcastle E W * 

58 Peacock J W 

59 Wheales B J 

65 Jordan S 

66 Sadler A C 

68 Rice MrsJ T 

69 Dodgen J T 
71 Webb M H 
73-75 Vacant 

74 Harbuck W A 

Merritts ave intersects. 

77 Gallagher Thomas 

78 Cole T P 

81 Rogan Mrs A 

Corptit commences. 
85 New J E 
87 Thornton W E 

89 Winters S W 

90 Young F M 

91 Vacant 

94 Truitt S M 

95 Bedford W P 

98 Dean Mrs Mary A M 
99. Sullivan J W 

102 Dean W E 

103 Miss of the Good Shepherd 

105 Williams Mrs A 

106 Jackson C L 

107 Holt Mrs 
Greenwood Mrs H 

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121 McLean D A 



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60 SOUTH BROAD ST. 



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125 Eaton W G 
127 Eubanks T F 

Wood M 

North are intersects. 

W. Kimball Commences, 

Sims P D 

Lupton E F 
185 Brown Joseph J 

Third intersects, 
187 Leoffler C G 



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Peachtree opp Kimball e to 
limits, I n of North ave, Wards 
4 and 6. 

15 Carraway M C 
19 Jones J P 
29 Couper Jas M 
32 Hobbs A G 

Juniper intersects. 
37 Atkinson H'M 
53 May Geo S 
63 Knowles Clarence 

Piedmont ave intersects. 
79 Peters E C 
98 Cook J 

Myiile intersects. 
106 Hartman Julius 

Fort intersects. 
169 Hopkins Dr I S 
189 Webster W A 
213 O'Keefe L E 

Hunt commences. 
234 Merritt P W 
242 Mitchell H C I 



POND, from Chestnut to Ash- 
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mett. 

6 Woodward J 
14 Pope Neal O 

31 LottWJ 

32 Arnold J S 

34 Ferrell Miss A 

35 Foster K S 

36 George W W 

38 Fugel A W 

39 Wal raven D S , 

40 Butler W W 

41 Leathers O C 
Cawhern John 

42 Chambers V C 

43 Street C H 

46 McEwen C E 

47 Childress W A 

48 Brown Mrs M L 
50 Fortner J 

54 Mason C B 

56 Lynch Mrs B 

57 Warner A W 

58 Baldwin T C 

59 Coggins H 
61 Dye J B 

64 Hackney J W 

65 Vacant 

66 Pierce G W 

68 Coggins W 

69 Martin Mrs A L 

70 Woodberry W A 

71 Vacant 



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Windsor Asbestos Cement Plaster, Asbes- 
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Fire Brick, Etc. 
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PONDERS ALLEY, from Cur- 
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POPE, at south end of Capitol 
ave east to Washington (south 
Atlanta). 

POPLAR, Bellwood, northwest 
Atlanta. 



POPLAR, from Peachtree n w 
to Spring, i s of Luckie, 
Wards 5 and 6. 

N. Broad intersects. 
N. Forsyth intersects. 
27 Johnson J F 
Dewberry G 
33 Neureuter Hubert 
35 Bohnefeld M 

Farlie intersects. 
37 Williams W S 
41 Go van H 
46 Jines H, c 
48 Jines Charles, r 
50 Grizzard J 
52 Vacant 

Cone intersects. 



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POPLAR CIRCLE, 

Park, East Atlanta. 
37 Foster F O 
45 Stokes W F 

PORTER, from junction of 
Chapel and Nelson n w to 
High, I s of Tatnall, Ward i. 
I Mell B 
12 Hood C, c 



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You wlU find a splendid line of 
Candies, made fresh every day. 
GEO. GARROW, 
100 Whitehall Street. 



The Choicest and Finest Brands 

91i Osou Pepper, Old Crow Whiskies 

sad Choicest Wines sad Brssdiet 
Direct Imported. 

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11 and 18 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
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Reeves J, <r 

Vacant 

Dallas B, c 
36 Thompson H, c 
38 Strickland C, c 

53 Oliver A, c 

54 Lamar M, c 

55 Dupree M, r 

56 Moody J, c 

57 Douglas M, ^r 

58 Green N, c 

60 Barnett E, c 

61 Lester M, c 

62 Colsby D, c 
65 Butler K, ^ 
65 Collms J, c 

PORTER'S ALLEY, from 
Wheat to Edgewood ave, i e 
of Pryor, Ward 6. 

POSTELL, from Rhodes n to 
Magnolia, i w of Davis. 
20 Ear wood O E 

22 Micham W F 

23 Barrer W L 

24 Riddell J W^ 
27 Parker W R 

POWDER SPRINGS ROAD* 
n of city from Marietta w. 

POWERS, from W Peachtree 
w to McAfee, i n of Simpson, 
Wards 5 and 6. 
9 HoUeman J T 



Southern Siireaii of Informtion and Eniplojnientl 

70>^ PEACHTREE STREET. I 



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A. L DELKIN & CO. 

JEWELERS, 

Wholesale and Retiil. 

LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL ST. 

POWERS— Continued 
II Woolford G S 
13 Krouse Harry 



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McDonnell ]\Jlrs L M 
Porter B H 
Corput R M I 

Baker W A 
Roberts E M 
Woodside J J 

Spring intersects. 
Vacant 
Smith C C 
Jenner G C 



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Osborn J B 


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Evans C S 


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Wellborn A R 


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Oliver Edgar 


65 


Learmont John 


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Stewart J M 




Williains intersects. 


100 


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Orme intersects. 


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Taylor E G 


108 


Anderson F P 


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Massey D T 


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Robinson T J 


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115 Archer W G 

116 Livingston S H 

117 Smith Mrs R B . 

118 Grubbs A J 

119 Lattimore George 

120 Walton G W 

Lovejoy intersects. 
128 Williams J, c 

131 Mann R, c 

132 Lyes Hattie, c 

PRATT, from Decatur n e to 
Bell, I n e of Butler, Ward 4. 
10 Jordan L, c 
14 Harville L 

22 Wellborn R M 

23 Lampkin M, c 
28 Pass Wm, c 
32 Welborn E A 
36 Clay Johnson 
40 Vining D M 
48 Roberts J W 

Gilmer intersects. 
52 DeLaney T N 
54 McCollum C J 
56 Jones B 

Moore intersects. 
Jenkins ends. 
73 Alexander M, c 
85 Coates L C 

Taylor commences. 
College eiuls. 
112 Wilson J, c 
118 Egmon M, c 
120 Johnson M, c 



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5 Acree T 

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MONCRIEF & CO. 

Telephone 402. 

8 South Broad St. 



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Bank and Office Railing, Window Guards and EleTator Enciosores. 



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to Fair, thence s to limits. 

GOING NORTH. 

2 E T V & G R R ticket office 
3-5 Everett-Ridley-Regan Co 
4 Mann R D & Co 
6 Tolleson J R 

Empire State Bank 
Osborn & Brewster 
Frank H - 
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Bain & Kirkpatrick Co 
R & D & G P ticket office 
Hirsch M & J 
A & W P ticket office 
Black E P 
Kimball House 
Scott WM & Co 
15-17 Robinson A M & Co 
16 West A J & Co 

Wilkes S W 
18 Atl Real Estate Exchange 
19-21 Robinson, Boylston & 
McKeldin Co 
Harralson Bros & Co 
Krouse Harrv 
Powers H R 
Sou Mut,B & L Assn 
Crenshaw W T 

Decatur intersects. 
Vernoy W A 
Haltiwanger-Taylor Co 



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TRIPOD PAINT CO., 

GG-BQ N4 Arietta Stre«t. 

35-41 Beck & Gregg Hardw Co 

Willcox C H 

Edgewood ave intersects. 

Marsh Smith & Marsh 
Equitable Building 

Lowry Banking Co 

W^ilson R H & Co 

Mchts & Mech B & L Co 

Webster W A 

Heery D T 

Harper A T & W T 
Rooms — 

202 Mfrs Ace Ins Co 

203 Milledge R H 
Ingleside Land Co 

204 Richardson Everard H 

205 Mcintosh B L 
Anderson J H 

206 Jones D L H 

207 Pendleton H C & Co 
209-211 Sou Ex Bank 
215-217 Perdue & Egleston 
221-227 Untd Underwrit'rs 

Ins Co 

228 Sou Med Record 
Howell Dan H 
Johnson C Evans 

229 O'Daniel Wm 
Hawes Albert S 

230 Head James M • 

231 Dunlap & Hutchins 
Kimball J C, Jr 

233 Ketner Douglas & Co 

235 Harris G W 

241-243 Westmoreland W F 

242-244 Black E R 
Black Wm H 
Hartsfield Robt. G 



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Crane C J & Co 
Nealon f W 
Wrenn Beverly 
Head James M 
308 Nicolson^Wm P 
Grandy L Pj|| 
317 Knowle^ Clarence 
317 Phoenix Ins Co 
Underwriters Protectn 

& Imp Committee 
Ogden & Felder 
DeLoach Mill Mfg Co 
Sou Live Stock Ins Co 
McHugh Patrick 
Hutchins Dr 
Atl M & S Journal 
Martin B W^ 
Moore M K 
Glenn & Darling 
Bacon DeWjtt C 
404 Weslyan Chris Adv 
King John S 
Chapman Wm A 
Northen & Dunson 
Douglas Hanjilton 
Dixon John Y 
Wilson' H L ^ 
Johnson Co 
441 Charles D H 
Dennis & Roberts 
Candler John D 
Vacuum Oil Co 
503 King & Anderson 
Hosch Lumber Co 
Miller F W & Co 
Atl Guar Sav Bank 
Atlanta Nurseries 



509 Mallard W J 

Jones Miss Electa D 
521 East Atl Land Co 

Equitable Bldg Office 
523 Sou Granite Co 
525 Haygood, Lovett & 
PJyer 

Rogers Carrie 
525 Sou Land & Loan Co 
528-542 S E Tariff Ass 
537 Barnett S 
546 McPherson Dry Kiln 

Co 
602 Lewis & Green 
604-606 Interstate Abst Co 
617-619 Western Ass Co of 

Toronto 
621-625 Sou Iron Car Line 
627 Hayden & Wheeler 
637 Metropolitan St RR Co 
646-648 E T V & Ga R R 
702-704-706 Dow^ning W T 
703 Farley W B 
708 Prov Sund Soc of N Y 
732 Sou Eastern Plaster Co 

Lewman M T & Co 
734 Carter & Evans 
748 Kempton Park Imp Co 

Union Bldg & L Ass 

Blackburn John C 

Kempton J F 

**The Real Estate man'' 
801-802-804 Norrman G L 
8 1 7-1 9-1 9 J Dixie Co. The 
821-825 Merchants Retail 

Com Agency 
827 Burns James Austin 
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PRYOR— Continued 

Burns Edward P 
Purity Ice Co 
843 Hartford & Co 
57 Rantin J D 
59 Vacant 
61 Medlock M 
63 Dellingham & Jackson 
65 Shaddox House 
67-73 Y M C A Bldg 
Barlili Alfredo 
Repauno Chemical Co 
White W Woods 
Nelson C K 
69-71 Scribner Sons 
73 Reynolds George 

Wheat intersects. 
82 Harris Henry C 
S6 Bird Mrs Kate 

87 Engine House No. 4 

88 Reynolds J C 

89-91-93 Weitzell & Fitzgibbon 
90 Smith E E 
94 Larsson Mile M 

97 Bell Mrs E 

98 Prather John Q 
100 Redd J F 

102 Hicks Mrs S M 

103 McClener I B 

104 Smith M T 
107 Avary A 
109 Avary J C 

117 Stocks Coal Co 

Hotiston intersects, 
St Luke's Cathedral 
123 Orme J T 
129 Grand Opera House 



Office, 37 Marietta Street, Atlanta, 6a. 

Telephone 118. 

Moving a pleasure by getting 

Read's Transfer. 

If you are going to bieak up housekeep- 
ing, give us your key and we will take 
charge of your goods, pack and store 
them; or get freight rates and ship to 
any point. 



The Dresden, 

Rochester Lamps, Library Lamps, 
Fancy Lamps, Chandeliers, 

Burners, Chimneys and Wicks 
of every style. 

37 Whitehall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 



GOING SOUTH. 

1 King J Duncan 
Metropolitan Hotel 

2 Vacant 
6 Vacant 
8 Vacant 

Alabama intersects, 
13-15 Buckalew J P 
17-19 Lee R E, ^ 
21 Smith Wm, c 

24 Kenny P J 
24^ Walker F R 

Hudgins O E 
Thomas G S 
Walker J G ' 

25 Vacant 

26 Dawson, Bergstrom & Co 
26Winn C S 

Cohen Printing Co 
Jones M H V 

27 Vacant 

28 Moyers W T 
Marvut George W 

29 Campbell James 

31 Merchants Restaurant 

32 Coralee George 

33 Thomas D L 

34 Whitfield G M 
Pound A F 
Swanson Lee T 

34jMcCalla C P 

35 Johnson M W Seed Co 

37 Haas Aaron & Co 

Atl Suburban Land Co 
Equitable S & L Assn 

38 Ross J O, r 
Close C 

39 Sansone B 





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lillll Supplies 

MUCmilEfi? and TOOLS. 

Wrought Irdn Pipe, 

nttiags ud Brass Ooods. 



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PRYOR— Continued 

37, 39, 41, 43, Riser Law Bdg 
201-207 Jackson & Jackson 
314 Sou Ry & SS & H Adv 

Co M 

317 Echols John D 

319 Warren Schajf Asp 

Pav Co 
402 Walker M J 
405-407 Lowe L D & Co 
Top floor — 

Sullivan & Crichton's Bus 
College and School of 
Shorthand 

40 Batchelor J A 

41 The Casino 

42 Brown Bros 

43 Fidelity B & T Co 

44 Albright Wm H 

50 Chamber of Commerce 
Building 

City Offices 

Atl Chamber ot Commerce 

Commercial Club 

City Directory Office 

Saunders H G 

Hunter intersects. 

Court House 
53 Tidwell Mrs W R 

59 Lewis E E | 
Gilbert Theodore 

60 Watson J S 

62 Holmes S B 

63 Aiken R N 

65 Lee L L 

66 Ammons R, c 

67 Carey W C, ^ 



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71-77 Empire Printing Co 
72 National Surgical Ins 

73-75 -^^1 Paper Co 
77 American Press Assn 
Mitchell intersects. 

Carlisle & Stoddart 

Pittman Mrs D 

Laing Mrs T F 

Bergstrom A M 

Bowie J A 

Romare Paul 

Carroll Gus 

Bransford Mrs J 

Wilson Mrs C P 

Aiken R N 

Howard A G 
105 Hardin M A 
110-112 Craig James 
III Stockdell H C 

Trinity are intersecU. 
113 Abbott L L 
114-116 Duncan R L 
120 Ogletree G T 
1 21-123 Whitner J C 

123 Whitner J A 

124 Goodwin J B 

127 Renouff J T 

128 Blackford Mrs N G 

132 Day T J 

133 Keely Mrs E 
139 Andrevvs E A 
140-144 Curtis Mrs E A 

145 Vacant 

146 Bell Mrs M J 

Garnett intersects. 
148 Cheek S H 
Hays H T 




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PRYOR— Continued 
51 McQuay Mrs A C 

57 Groves J H 

58 Macy F A 

61 Reed L O 

62 Henderson W C 
Batchelor J A 

65 Doane J A 

66 Reid H M 

71 Hayden Mrs A J 

72 Barman J 

74 Whitner T C 
76 Tally A S 
79 Callaway Miss S T 
Brotherton commences. 
Fair intersects. 
181 McCutcheon H D 

185 Sheehan Mrs E 

186 Noble GH 

190 Meador J J 

191 Ferryman Frank M 
194 Haiman Mrs R L 

197 Samuels Mrs H A 

198 Eley Mrs E M 

201 DeSaussure G R 

202 Lovette John 

205 DeSaussure R C 

206 Christian J E 

209 Parker J R 

210 Boyd T J 

213 Bowen T S 

214 McGuire Mrs M C 
Woodivard ave intersects. 

219 DeSaussure J M 

220 Taylor C H 
223 Singer Mrs B 
252 Schoen Saml 
254 Schoen Isaac 



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98 WHITEHALL STREET. 

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Eugenia ends. 
Andrews Ezra 
Weavers T H 
Jenkins Louisa, c 
Burks R L 
Vann D, c 

Alice commences. 
Vacant 
Skinner J M 

Fulton intersects. 
Rich E 
Brown W R 
Rich D 

Brown Cephas M 
Rich M 
Vacant 
Buckalew J P 
Smillie Miss E W 
Lowe Mrs S E 
Richardson intersects. 
Corrigan Michael 
Jacobs Jas 
Newelt Samuel 
Schwab Otto 
Liebman Morris 

Crumley intersects. 
Mitchell W A 
Pollard Thos J 
Selby J W 
Schulliafer Adolph 
Piantini Francisco 
Swift C H 
Holliday J R 
Mahoney M • 

Moran P J 
McDonald Hugh A 
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417 O'Neill J F 

418 Hutzler M 
423 Rhodes A G 

Glenn intersects. 
Parker M A 
Coleman F B 
Duncan W S 
Christian P M 
446 Jones C D 

449 Rogers J C 

450 Myers Frank 
r 454 Joyner W H' 

Georgia ave intersects. 
462 Branyon & Shirley 
464 Conley J C 
488 Galliford Wm 

Bass intersects. 
507 Sullivan J T 
509 Stephenson T R , 
517 Orme L J 
521 Wilson T J 

528 Luther D E 

529 McDevitt Mrs Agatha 
Tennessee ave intersects. 

Dodd intersects. 
Hendrix ave intersects. 
Jordon B F 

Ormond commences. 
616 Ormond James E 
622 Middleton W G 
Doane ends. 

651 Green J W 

652 Marsh R W 

655 Jordan James 

656 Arnold Garnet 
660 Withers W S 
664 Jennings H 



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Johnson W M 
Wilson I W 
Johnson W M 
Roul FA. 
Allen C S 
Butler Mrs I H 
Lovelace J W 
Baker J B 
Schmitt W 
Patterson G W 
Kadel R 
Speaker G H 
Vacant 
Meier J J 
Griffiths B F 
Vacant 
Taylor Geo K 

Va^sar commences. 
Vacant 

Humphries Wm D 
Waters T C 
Wright G W 
Vacant 

Summers James M 
Hannah C G 



PRYOR ALLEY, from N Pry- 
or e to Ivy, i n of Wheat, 
Ward 6. 



PULLIAM, from E Fair to 
limits, I w of Washington, 
Ward 2. 

2 Murphey M K 

3 Palmer, Mrs C C 

4 Wheeler L E 
6 Vacant 



V. H. KRIEGSHABER, 

Ppmpnf LOUISVILLE, 
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Best Brands, Lowest Prices, 

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7 Kennedy Simon ■ 

11 Karlruher G 

12 Kearney Mrs M 

15 Jenkins W 

16 Fitzgibbon Richard 

19 Rodgers Mrs H L 

20 Bloomfield Mrs E 
Tones Mrs R L 
Eckford Mrs B G 
Vacant 
Jacobus T 
Fisher W E 
Murphy E G 
Woodward ave intersects^ 
Stillman Mrs M E 
Wallace Mrs Ellen 
Vacant 

45 O'Ryan Timothy 
49 Morris John J 
53 Fahn stock R T 
57 Edwards Mrs L G 
61 Jones J S 
65 Gavin John 

Rawson intersects, 
78 Mauck M M 

83 Bell Mrs Permelia A 

84 Seymour Mrs H A 

87 Werber Carl 

88 Walker A J 

92 Thornton J A 

93 Steinhauer J F 

96 Sparks W C 

97 Harrison R B 

100 Wiseberg Morris 

1 01 Brown E B 

Clarke commences, 
105 Gregg W A 



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U and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Streets. 

Telephone 420. 



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09 Moore Mrs C E 

12 Montag Samuel 

13 Wasser A 

16 Pope Mrs A G 

17 Vacant 

Alice ends. 
Lieberman L 
Dann Mrs E 
Parker R E 
Haas I H 
Auerback J 
Guthman L 
Sanders Mrs Clara 

37 House Mrs L M 

38 Winkler J H 

Fulton commences. 
41 Beane C J 
43 Tishman Max 

46 Hardin F M 

47 Jacobs G 

51 Hartsfield J J 
Collins Mrs A 

52 Pelham Mrs T H 
55 Welsh W W 

58 Swift T L 

61 Kaufman C 

62 Beach J G 

64 Rucker J G 

65 Frohsin J 

67 Teitlebaum M 

73 Kahn J 

RicJiardson intersects. 

74 Laird L j 

75 Davidson Norah, c 

Crumley intersects. 
214 Seidel B 
222 Richardson Ella, c 



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PULLIAM— Continued 

224 Dobbs Indiana, c 

225 Robertson Henry, c 
254 Flemister J C 

242 Dean J D 

Glenn iniersects.. 
Georgia ace intersects. 
Bass intersects. 
319 Davis W Z • 
325 Knapp Mrs E M 
489 Elliott L, c- 
497 Martin H W 

500 Vacant 

501 McArthur L L 

504 Osborne J B 

505 Scott J B 

508 Letch worth Mrs M E 

509 Weekley C H 

512 Clemmons J A 

513 Hutchinson A 

514 McMillan Mrs H 
516 GatlingC C 

521 Smith G F 

522 Williams OF 

525 May field A J 

526 Tilton 

529 Vacant 

530 Gate G W 
534 Vacant 

537 Satterwhite E W* 

538 Harper A T 

539 Vacant 

541 Stratton W D 
546 Payne Mrs O S 

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RANDOLPH, from Edgewood 
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7 Merritt ] B, c 
13 Crowder J, c 

17 Dukes R, c 

18 Miller J J 

20 Vacant 

21 Pool R, c 

23 Saunders J, c 

24 Jones \y L 

25 OCallaghan D J 

28 Jones B F 

29 Butler R, c 

30 Miller M 
32 Rooks P 

^;^ Koenner Theodore 
34 Vacant 

Wheat intersects, 
. 52 Fowler O, r 
53 Jenkins R A 

55 Nash J P 

56 Bryan A L, c 

57 Aw trey F M 

58 Terry M, c 

59 Andrews J W * 
65 Gray P, c 

67 Thomas I, c 

68 Brown T, c 

69 Brown E, c 
74 Perry R, c 

77 Perkins J, c 

78 White F, c -• 

79 Smith J, c 
85 Noble J, c 

Irwin intersects, 
90 Buffett M, c 
96 Vacant 



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97 Strozier M, ^ ^ 

02 Allen J, <: 

04 Read C, c 

06 Paden C, c 

08 McNear S, c 

Magnider commences. 

12 Rauschenbach A 

17 Terrell J H, r 

23 Daniels H 

33 Smith J B 

37 Scott L 

39 Rhodes J E 

45 Elder W R 

Houiton ends, 

49 Plitt L 

53 Corley J H 

59 White E A 

61 LeeJ D 

68 Jones D H 

70 Wilson A C 

7 1 Wiley G A 

Johnson ave ends. 

72 G^ddy W P 

75 Alexander J, c 

76 Sleish F 
78 Vacant 

80 Gates Mrs S A 

82 Bradbury W B 

83 Haynes Austin 
85 Holt C 

87 Humphries W B 

91 Gobay Miss A 

Highland ave intersects. 

207 Nichols M, c 

211 Keefe E 

215 Crawley H, c 

223 Gates N, c 

S. A. ALBRIGHT, 

PBACTIOAL 

PUer, Steao I Has Fitter, 

Telephone 873, 

8 West Wall Street. 



TRIFOD - FfllNT - CO., 

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READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Lead,l-Coit'CirmgePaint8,&c 

Factory, 875 Decatur Street. 

Of&ce 66-58 Marietta Street. 

225 Vacant 

227 Richardson W, c 

233 Ross E, c 

RANKIN, from Boulevard e to 
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wood ave. Ward 4. 

RAWLINGS AVE, from Or- 
mond s beyond limits, i e of 
Grant. 
32 Vacant 

RAWSON, from Martin w to 
McDaniel, i s of Woodward 
ave, Wards 2 and 3. 
9 Whitner B, c 

1 1 Sassure Sidney, c 

Terry intersects, 

12 Shields J, c 

16 Reeves H, c 

17 String Amanda, c 

18 Vacant 
20 Vacant 

22 Smith W H 

23 Cheatham Wm, c 

24 Crowder G W 

25 Langford David, c 

26 Blake Floyd, c 

27 Mathews Luke, c 

28 Edmundson Geo, c 

29 Clay G W 

30 Strickland Lewis, c 




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32 McCullough C, ^ 

33 Williams'Dollie, c 

34 Cowan Robert, c 

36 Ford Mary, r 

37 Griffin Amanda, c 

38 Williams Wm, c 

40 Biggers Julia, c 

41 Hall Mollie, c 

42 Moore Angelina, 5r 

45 Rutherford Sallie, c 

46 Hall Sarah, c 

47 Brant Thomas, c - 

48 Wade S, c 

50 Butler Lizzie, t: 

Fraser intersects. 

57 Watts Henry, c 

58 Boyles J F 

59 Watts Stephen, c 

60 Adamson T C 

61 Watts James, c 

65 Thurman A, c 

66 Bell Hollie, c 

69 Williams Mahala, c 

70 Arnold Rev G*W, c 

73 Hill Wm, c 

74 Bell Addie, c 

75 Garrett Amanda, c 
78 Smith Josie, c 

Capitol ave intersects. 
99 Smith W P 
105 Dunning V 
109 Lyons Mrs A 
no Curran A V 

113 Gibbs W W 

114 Hurtel G N ' 

Creiv intersects. 
135 Melton Mrs M E 



136 Shine Mrs J B 

137 Purdie Geo W 

139 Bruce Mrs M J 

140 Bruce Mrs J W 

Washington intersects. 
172 Prim I J 
176 Harrison W H 
182 Camp Thomas 

PuUiam intersects. 
194 Carpenter L D 

199 Price O E 

200 Selig S 

202 Sommer H C 

203 Harrison J L 

204 Dreyfus H 
207 Hirshberg J 

210 Hightower J B 

211 Daly Mr5 Catharine 

Pryor intersects. 
251 Hook J S 
255 Laird Wm 
259 Selig Jacob 
263 Kreisle A 

Formwalt intersects. 

271 Boynton G H 

272 Boynton Mrs C E 

277 Rawson W C 

278 Mecaslin J H 
281 Winslow T W 
286 McRae F W 

292 Conner R H 

Cooper intersects. 

293 Franklin H 

295 Loeb Jonas ♦ 

296 Collier C A 

303 Shellman Mrs C A 
308 Erskin John 
314 Barwald M 



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Windsor intersects. 
335 Rcy Peregrino 

339 Carter Caroline, c 

340 Vacant 

341 Marshall John, c 

342 McMichael W V 

343 Bowen James, c 

344 Ray — 

347 Morris Dinah, c 

348 Butler Louise 
350 Smith Annie, c 
355 Stringer Jacob, c 

357 Oliver John 

358 Mills Mary, c 

360 White Lydia, c 

361 Ankrum Thomas, c 
365 Harkness Aleck, c 
367 Alexander Eliza, c 

Hood iiitersects. 
386 Faber J J 
392 Brooks A A 

395 Dunn G W 

396 Tiller J A 
<^399 McMahone J J 

400 Kreis Mrs Fannie 

403 Hall Mrs E A 

404 Raysor J M 

406 Field T S 

407 Whittle L C 

410 Gregg R C 

411 Galamore J S 
418 Martin Mollie, c 

RAWSON'S ALLEY, from W 
Fair s to Jones, i w of Pul- 
liam, Ward 2. 



The Dresden, 

Housefurnishing Goods, Baskets, 
Toys, Bird Cages, Dolls. 

Larffest Variety. Lowest Prices. 

37 Whitehall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 



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REINHARDT, from Fulton B 
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I w of Factory. 

4 Venable R T 
"^Stanley W A 
12 Howard F 

16 Lowndes Mrs P 
24 Haney I B 

28 Copeland Thomas 
32 Moody Mrs L 

RHODES, from Central R R 
w to Vine, i s of Magnolia, 

Ward I. 

I Wheeler J 

5 Wadsworth Mrs Lula 

10 Hogan J, c 

11 Herring G M 

12 Harper H, c 
15 Cleveland S, c 

1 7 Cain J 

Hulsey intersects. 

27 Millican L A 

28 Farley Phillip 
32 Moring C S 

E T V& G RR intersects. 

35 Vacant 

36 Bloomendale R 
38 Russell Duke, c 
41 Campbell James, c 

44 Ransom Mary 

45 Jones George, c 



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RHODES— Continued 
46 Jones George, c 

48 Parham Wm C 

49 Kelly Cornelius, r 

50 Lester Isaac, c 

51 May C, c 

52 Vacant 

53 Barber G, c ^ 

55 Simmons M, r 

56 Jones Susan, c 

57 Martin Texas, c 

61 Johnson B B, r 

62 Hemphill Annie, c 

64 Jones Narcissa, /: 

Joiie^al commences. 

65 Johnson Neal, r 

66 McGinty Emma, c 
68 Giles H, c 

74 Bovd L 

79 Elder R F, r 

Mamjum intersecti, 
90 Worrall Wm, ^ 

93 Saye R W 

94 Porter M, c 
99 Anderson A J 

103 Vacant 

107 Cook Henry, c 

Hayne intersects. 
115 Wisdom Henry, c 
117 Orr S A 
1 2 1 Crocket G W 
123 Califf John G 
127 Rice W T 
130 Rice J H 

156 Overby B H 

157 Hodo John W 
160 Morley Stephen C 



162 Sullivan S W * . 
165 Ballard W C 
167 Thurman Chas 

Davis intersects. 

Lowe intersects. 
170 Wilson Amanda, c 
172 Young George, c 
174 Haywood A, c 
176 Lynch M, c 
178 Jennings Caroline, c 
180 Spradling James, c 

Maple intersects. 

207 Russell Mary, c 

208 Murden Henry, c 
223 Vacant 

227 Byrd Ann, c 
231 Banks Lem, r 
234 Glenn Frank, c 
236 Reed Jack, c 
238 Hamilton Sanford, c 
241 Hardin W H, c 
247 Rodgers Margaret, c 
260 White Reuben W, c 
262 McCarter Howell 
273 Stovall Augustus 
275 Pulliam Joseph, c 
277 Hanson Porter, c 
279 Ross Levi, c 
281 Mitchell Robt 
283 Molan Henry, c 

RICE, from Jackson e to Ran- 
dolph, I n of Chestnut ave, 
Ward 4. 

5 White D, c 

6 Oliver J, c 
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Crumley, Wards 2 and 3. 
5 Stephens R A 

Smiili intersects. 
Beard ends. 
37 Weville J J 
41 Cocke W J 
45 Bostick Mrs M T 
49 Smith F C 

58 Hynds G H 

59 Clarke Mrs A S 

Ira intersects. 
63 Bogman G W 
66 Nunnally Mrs E E 
69 Jones C S 
73 Clarke Mrs F P 
78 Henry J W 

86 Griffin E 

87 Baber Mrs A J 
90 Jameson H C 
94 Smith F P 

98 Bramlett Mrs M 

Windsor intersects. 
114 Joiner J C 
118 Barr G R 

Cooper intersects. 
128 Williamson Mrs A 

133 Lewis Ulyses 

134 Cone W B 

137 Watson S P 

138 Rafferty L J 

143 Sawtell I Y 

144 Garvin Wm 
147 Cronheim H 

151 Arnold C 

152 Hudgins H C 

Formwalt intersects. 



MEMPH 

STOVE CO. 




08 WHITEHALL STREET. 
See Pa8:e 57. 



PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN— 

Raising and moving Buildings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect sjHfety. Special Fhcilities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 844. 21>^ E. Alabama. 

160 Parkhurst W F 

161 McBride A J 
169 Hansel! A J 

Pryor intersecU. 
Loyd intersecU. 
204 Root Horace, c 

Pulliam intersects. 
229 Spitz Albert 
233 Cohen Frank J 

237 Simon C H 

238 Branan J C A 

241 Clarkson Mrs B L 

242 Garrett Mrs J 

Washington intersects. 
Creiv intersects. 

305 Wright J M 

306 Davidson T L 

Capitol ave intersects. 
330 Vacant 
332 Scott J W, ^ 
334 Vacant 
336 Lynan J W 
340 Vacant 

Fraser intersects. 
367 Gleeson C B 
369 Dobbs A, r 
373 Davis D D, ^ 
375 Hardy A B, r 
379 Demarest L, c 
383 Hudson J, c 
387 Revel A, c 
391 Campbell Georgie, c 

393 Smith S, c 

394 Reed H, c 

397 Thornton R, c 

398 Bell M, c 

Martin intersects, 
409 Williams J, c 



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Dealer in 

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And WHIPS of all kinds. 

60 SOUTH BROAD ST. 



RICHARDSON— Continued 

413 Shivers P, c 

417 Hardaway \Vm, c 

421 Willis J, c 

423 Grant J, r 

425 Sutton J, c 

428 Montgomery R, r 

429 Baxter S, c 

430 Codington J, c 

431 Ansley J, r 

432 Fields Charles, c 

435 Alexander M, c 

436 Stephens A,^ 

437 Jackson M, c 

440 Brazell ], c 

441 Young C, c 

442 Hunter J, ^ 
444 Jones VVm, c 

446 James Mollie, c 

447 Baldwin J, c 
465 Meade E, ^■ 

RICHMOND, from Fraser e to 
Connally, i n of Crumley, 
Ward 3. 



RIDGE ROAD, Irom Windsor 
at E T V & G Shops s e to 
beyond limits (Formerly call- 
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RIGDON, 'from Maple 
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1-3 Scudder Samuel S 
17 McDade J W 

21 Green Pinckney^ 

22 Stanford Joe W 
25 Hull George S 



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ROACH, from Green's Ferry 
ave n to W Fair, Ward i. 

ROBBINS, from Whitehall s to 
Crumley, i e of Humphries, 
Ward 2. 

2 Nichols Sarah 
4 Harris Kate, c 
25 Hammond Elizabeth, c 
Hightoiver intersects. 

35 Robbins Mrs M A 

36 Justin W T 
40 White B A 

44 Cunningham S D 

45 Hill George, c 
47 Beckham W, c 

49 Crockett Lucy, c 

50 Thrasher Susan, c 
55 Robbins J B 

59 Eubanks McD 

61 Branch Green 

62 Carter W, c 
6;^ Robbins G W 
65 King Bell, r 

Wells intersects. 
67 Williamson M, c 
69-71 Beavers G, c 
73 King G, c 
75 Riggins J, c 
91 Matthews J, c 
95 Favers D, r 



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&iiim?UUILD!NBSUrFLIES. 

Windsor Asbestos Cement Plaster, Asbes- 
tos Roof and Pipe Coverings, Sewer Pipe, 
Fire Brick, Etc. 

Telephone 535. No. 8 N. FOBSYTH. 






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180 Davis J, c 

201 Harris Savannah, c 



ROCK, from W & A R R w to 
Davis, 2 s of Simpson, Ward 5. 
7 Medlin P M T 
Ferrell Mrs Susan 

12 Eubanks H C 

13 Banks J W 

20 Morrison J C 

21 Hurst S D 

22 Lynam J A 
24 North Judson 

26 Gaddy J P 

27 Whitlock J E 

31 Glenn H, c 

32 Bell T D 

33 Chandler E, r 

35 Matthews Miss Lizzie 

36 Lindsey W F 

37 Gentry C T 

38 Hildebrand L L 

39 Jones W R 

40 Klasset Andrew Jr 

42 Raines A L 

43 Sweat Tigue 

45 Johnson Mrs J E 

47 McMichael Mrs S M 

48 Mitchell G, c 

Mangum intersects. 
54 Brown Cyrus, c 
56 Bentley W E, c 
58 Pace H, c 

60 Campbell C, c 

61 Perteet ], c 

62 Grant G, c 

63 Baile Jerry, c 



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For Table Use. 
No. 100 WHITEHALL STREET. 



D. C. LOEB. 

SOLE AGENT FOR 

The Celebrated Fabst Brewing Co/a 

MILWAUKEE BEER. 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Streets. 

Taieohone 4-20. 

64 Drake Mrs N S 

65 Holland Frank, c 
68 Lanier L R 

71 Edwards Felix, c 

72 Mullin T B 

75 Tread well B F 

76 Chambers J H 
79 Stewart Mrs S 

81 Ruffin J H 

82 Miller W M 

Haynes intersects. 
95 Wilson Fannie, c 
97 Ellen D C, ^ 
loi Knowles H, c 



ROCKWELL, from Windsor w 
3 s of Georgia ave. 
28 Bruce Lucile, c 
46 Hightower Frank, c 
65 Lamar Solomon, c 
69 Calhoun I P 
97 Okes M D L 

105 Philhps R A 

106 McNew T J 

no Crowley Henry C 
III Bennett Smith 

114 O'Connor J C 

115 Rhnonemus El wood 
118 Copeland Warren 
124 Jackson Wm 

128 McMillan Drew 
132 Goosby Wyatt 
136 Bridges F M 
138 Dobbins Wade S 
140 McMillan G W 
142 Johnson John M 
144 Drake S W 
146 Bevil J K 



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Wholesale and Retail. 

UR6RST STOCK, LOWEST PRICFS. 

69 WHITEHAIili ST. 



ROCKWELL— Continued 
48 Herd Newton 
51 Backus Thos 
55 Thomas John 
57 Vacant I 

59 Shields Lucius 
61 Henry Jacob, c 

65 Carter Handy, c 

66 Tate Wm, r 



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RUCKER, from Rockwell s, i 
e of Humphries. 

ST CHARLES AVE, from 
Boulevard e to Angler ave,. i 
n Ponce De Leon ave. 



SAMPSON, from Irwin n to 
limits, I w of city limits 
Ward 4. 

25 Smith J O 

27 Vacant 

29 Ayers N J 

31 Vacant 

35 Long G T 

39 Ray J 

72 Rodgers J, c 

82 George Mrs M W 

86 Lumpkin R, c 

88 Tolbert N, c 

90 Henderson O, c 

SAVANNAH, from Tennell s, 

1 e of Factory, War4 3. 

2 Taylor Mrs S 

3 Oliver MB !| 



4 Buice Mrs E 

5-7 Body M 

6 Beauchamp Mrs F 

8 Upchurch T B 

9 Lindsley W A 
10 Bingham G R 
12 Vacant 

16 Fincher A A 
21 Branan C W 
27 Johnson H 

29 Smith F C 

30 Hodgers J T 

31 Donegin R 

32 Vacant 

33 Hudlow C 

34 McCurby F M 

37 Allen Mrs J 

38 Keown Mrs N 
42 Sherrell S 

45 Hallman S 

46 Matthews N H 

50 Royster J T 

51 Hughes J W 

59 Plumb Wm 

60 Porter X * 

64 Wallace D P 

65 Smith W 

73 Phillips Mrs M 

74 Mayfield Mrs N 
76 Shed H P 



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2 Dickson Ida, c 

4 Gay Amanda, c 

5 Freeman Sarah, c 
7 Johnson T, c 



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MONCRIEF & CO. 

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WBITING MACHINES. " It stands at the head." 

M. B. TORBETT A CO., (Successors to Tori.ett<fe McCandleas,) 
General Agents for Georgia and Alabama 
SS KIMBAIX HOUSE, DECATUR STREET. 



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SCHOFIELD— Continued 
9 Johnson F, ^ 

10 Trice M, c 

11 Jessey H C 

12 Rex James 

14 Carter J J 

Houghton conunenees. 

15 Ward Margaret 
17 Morgan Wm F 
21 Smith J T H 

23 Rosenburg H 

SCOTT, from Powers n to Lin- 
den, I w of W Peachtree, 
Ward 6. 
9 Spear W J 

13 Hiscox W H 

Alexander intersects. 
26 Taylor Mrs W J 
32 Marshall H H 

Mills intersects. 
36 Vacant 

41 Harris J H 

42 Cox A N 

45 Jones Mrs S 

46 Johnston S J 

Parker intersects. 




SEVENTH, from Peachtree w 
to Cherry and e to Fort, at 
Q^ limits. 



SIMPSON, from W Peachtree 
w to limits, I n of Baker, 
Wards 5 and 6. 
18 Morrow S J 
22 Bell H T 

Spring intersects. 



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OC 8 West Wall St. 

^^ Telephone 373. 

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33 Rea C B 

37 Williams Mrs L 

41 Vacant 

47 Fambro T J 

48 Burnham T 
52 Echols T G 

55 Watts J R 

56 Ryle D M 

Williains intersects. 
Orme intersects. 

03 Brown Cass, c 

04 Vacant.' j 

07 Martin ) mV 

08 Asher Mrs M J 

10 Styron J F 

11 Adkinsottvfillison C 
McNabb N M 





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13 Shields Joe M 

14 Kellam E P 

1 7 Voss Wm C 

18 Wallace F M 

21 Wallace PJ 

Lovejoy intersects. 

22 P,ul B L 

27 Guerin John 
31 Thurman H C 
35 Davison R L 
37 Steele Mrs M E 
39 Steele W F 

Foivler intersects. 
47 MaddoxTF 

49 Smith C C 

Hayden ends. 

50 Hames Mrs Ella 

51 Patterson Mrs J E 
54 Cochran Mrs F 
60 Johnson T H 

64 Styron Bros 



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Clothiers ^ Hatters, 

Nos. 15 and 17 Whitellall St. 



SIMPSON— Continue! 

McAfee interaec^i. 
169 Webb Owen 
173 Murphy E C 

Hull e))ds. 
178 Bowie Miss K S i 

Venable inteniecis. 

183 Grubbs W L 

184 Waitt M G 

187 Brewer J C | 

188 Fincher Mrs J F 
192 Chamberlin CiM 

Luckie intt^ect^. 
210 Brenner Wm j 

Marietta intersectif. 

227 Jordan Simefoo 

228 Morgan C C j 

Elliott interse<U. 
240 Yard Master and Train Dis- 
patcher's Officd G P Ry 
246 Smith F E j 

250 Brown M, r i 
254 Wilson W, c 

256 Keith Kinch 

257 Maddox J B j 

260 Howell W B j 

261 Hargrave Mrs Mj 

264 Maner T D [ 

265 Gresham J H 

268 Rhyne L A 

269 Abbott M H 

272 Weaver J K 

273 Tuggle B H jij 

276 Taylor N J 

277 Peppers Charles R 
280 Adamson W R 

Mangum intersects. 
283 Duke G A 



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288 
291 
292 

295 
296 

300 

302 

303 
306 

307 

309 

311 
312 

318 

321 
322 

325 

328 

329 
333 
339 

341 

354 

377 
402 

408 

455 
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497 

501 
502 

505 



Manning G 
Mann AC 
Cheves Mrs M A 
Kennedy J G 
Aenchbacher J L 
Mills E • 

Cosgrove W A 
Reed Thomas 
Church C H 
Martin John A 
Ray San ford S 
McDuffie B F 
Blackstock J 
Osburn R S 
Cawthorn Jno F 

Haynea intersects, 
Sheppard J J 
Smith N L 

Gray commences. 
Cowley Mrs M J 
Mann A C 
Harvey Mrs S 
Ellsworth J H 
Hudson J E 
Wofford A 
Manning G W 

Davis intersects. 
Winham M A 
Cooksey J A 
Stockton B F 
Lambert Joseph W 
Nunan Thomas 
Houe John 
Connally J F 
Walker W M 
Westbrook W A 
Wachendorff Edward 
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Dixie Baking Powder. = 

This powder is a home manafactnre of 
the very higrhest qaaiity. 

Perfect healthfulness and perfect leaven- 
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SIMPSON— Continued 
528 Tarrant W W 
535 McDonald A A 

600 Peacock M 

601 Whitefield T W 
Cor Ashby Connally J M 



SIMS, from Glenn s to beyond 
limits (West End), i e of 
Humphries, 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 Christian E 

20 Crawford F A 

21 Thornton V R 

22 Banks T C 

25 Lester Sylvester 

26 Elliott W R 

Orange commences, 
29 Wynne Mrs M A 
37 Mitchell I S 
40 Rayser J T 

43 Florence F B 

44 Nichols T W 

Raivson ends. 
51 Connally S N 

57 Richardson F M 

58 Goodwin M F 

60 Shephard J G 

61 Freeman Mrs E 

62 Roberts E F 

67 McGrath J F 

68 Wilson G W 



Office, 37 Marietta StreeUtlanta, 6a. 

Telephone 118. 

Moving a pleasure by getting 

Read's Transfer. 

It you are going to break up liousekeep- 
ing. fite us yoor key and we will take 
charge of your goods, pack and store 
them; or get freight ntes and ship to 
any point. 



The Dresden, 

Rogers Silverplaied Ware, Table 

Cutlery, Lamps, 
Largest Variety. Lowest Prices. 

37 Whitehall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 



70 Yarbrough J J 

71 Kitchen G D 

74 Hudson W H 

75 Mclver J E 
79 Vacant 

83 Randall T M 

84 Pierce R E 

86 Cole W C 

87 Baldwin C F 
92 Cloud W J 

94 Arnold W E 

95 Winn T J 

98 Kelley C H 

Richardson intersects. 

99 Thompson David 
1 02 Movers W T 
105 Landrum L M 
108 Rucker Mrs S 
116 Owens R C 

124 Detreville R G 

127 Fleming Mrs M 

128 Bush Mrs M 
Patman Wade 

1 29-13 1 Vinson Adeline, c 
132 Webb B 

Crumley intersects. 
135 High J 

135 Hollingsworth I L 
140 Martin S J 

143 Martin Mark 

144 Vacant 

145 Perkins J D 

146 Vacant 

147 Thomas Wm 

150 Kiegler Sallie, ^ 

151 Moore Mrs K M 
155 Duke A F, c 
159 Meaders B J 





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THE I pil Supplies 

BROWN & MtCHIIEIIY mi TOOLS, 

CMDDIV W«''!i''«~i^" P'P«' 
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CO. I 47AND49S. BROADST. 

SMITH — Continuelc 

160 Hightower Lewna, 

161 Pinkard Mrs M 

164 McDaniel Nar^:y, c 

165 Hale G W 
168 Dampman George 

171 Barksdale W R 
Moore J , | i 

172 Berry James, r' • 

Glenn intersects, 
178 Wise James, £ j 

189 Blackman B B 

190 Meadows J D, |:| 
198 Smith R, ^ h 
200 Evans Jacob, <^ 
207 Hall Isaac, c 

209 Daniels Hy, c 
Williams G, c 

210 Mell Perry, c 

211 Vacant 

212 Lavear James, 

213 Vacant 
215 Temper Katie 
2i6 Turner Henry 

217 Guist Wm 

218 Tomlinson Mattie, c 

219 Collins J I 

222 McArvy John W 

223 Curry A, c | 

224 Ragsdale Mrs M G 
225-227 Walker Matilda, 
226 Williams Chas H 
232 Cooper G W j j 
241 Randolph George, c 
247 Mangum Jas, c \\ 

250 Roberts Edward, Y 

251 Russell Evan, c 
268 Finley Jack, c 



272 Thomas John, c 

313 Bowdin James M - 

314 FrankHn Mrs M A 

315 Demard J W 

316 Flowers Edward, c 

317 Harrison Benjamin 

318 Miller Albert 

319 Guest Geo W 

320 Thompson Calvin 

321 Parks John W 

322 Hobbs W F 

323 Massenburg Wm 

324 Wilson Edgar 

325 Kimball Ollie A 
327 Henderson Wm G 

331 Owens Jessie J 

332 Higgins R M 

333 Bowles Chas H 

334 Tetter H T 

335 Shell Wm O 

337 Blackwell George 

339 Dorsey Gus, c 

340 Crouch George W 
345-343 Shepherd ~, c 
347 Vacant 

350 Bird Mark, c 

353 Moore Wm P 

354 Thomas Wm I 

360 Patterson Wylie 

361 Farris Wm C 
364 Oliver Chas, c 
379 Kenny Wylie, c 
381 Green John, c 

383 Vacant 

384 Bolles Dora, c 

385 Vacant 

387 Logan I, c 

388 Taylor Julius, c 





At wholesale and retail. 
Mingro Lump, Nut, Steam, Anthra- 
cite and Wood, 

M. G. WHITLOCK & CO. 

256 MARIKTTA ST. 

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M. B. TOBBETT A t!0., (Successors to Torbett & McCandlett.) 
Oeneral Agents for Georgia and Alabama 
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389 Rodgers Wm 

392 Randolph Berry, r 

393 Vacant 

394 Harris Felix, c 

397 Jones Austin, c 

398 Barnes B, c 

402 Varnard Shanks 

403 Broomhead Milledge 

407 Williams Chas, c 

408 Andrews Allen, c 

SMITH ALLEY, from Fraser 
e to Grady, between Georgia 
ave and Glenn St. 



SOLOMON, from Fraser e to 
Martin, i s of Clarke, Ward 3. 



SOUTH, from Wallace n near 
Marietta, beyond limits. 

Stollard M L 
2 Brooks J B 
6 Sharpton W 

10 Ball F 

11 Higgins J 

14 New T' W 

15 Allen J S 

16 Gar**in B F 
^ 18 Allen J M 

19 Kitchens T H 

21 Osborne C W 

22 Saye J D 
26 Carson W E 

28 Carson M J 

29 Davis John 
32 Vacant 



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PIM & TAYLOR 

— CONTRACTORS IN— 

jtaisitg and iiloviig iHildiDfi, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special FHCllltie* 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 344. 21H B. Alabama. 

SOUTH AVE, from Reed e to 
Hill, I n of Ormond, Ward 3. 
54 Brazell L, c 
56 Thomas R, c 

58 Rhodes Sallie, c 

SPENCER, from Davis w to 
limits, I n of Foundry, Wards 
4 Walker D W 
8 Turner Mrs M E 

12 Christiphine Frank 

16 Elliott D M 

22 Freeman Mrs E C 

26 Vacant 

Love commences. 

44 Glander H 

48 Durham J, c 

59 Pope Richard, ^ 

60 Turner Orange, c 
62 Karr George W 
64 Vacant 

66 Vacant 

67 Pope Henry, c 

68 Landrum J, c 
70 Cash A, c 

72 Vacant 



SPINK'S ALLEY, from Mag- 
nolia n to W Foundry, i w 
of Haynes, Ward i. 

SPRING, from W & A R R n 
w to limits, I w of W Peach- 
tree, Wards 5 and 6. 
9 Overton & Dunn 

14 Dixon A, c 

18 Mitchell H 

22 Gorman P, c 



Hunnicutt & Beliingrath Co.,} 

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Manufacturer of 

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60 SOUTH BROAD ST., 

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24 Deihl A H | 

Marietta Intersedfs. 
Walton intersect 
42 Buchanan W B 
58 Keel W H 
62 Ison C A 
64 Goree Mrs Mamile'W 

Poplar ends. 
76 Thompson Andrew P 

82 Boyd L C I 

83 Lester Mrs Sarah' A 

Liickle intersects, 

94 Wood Wm D 

95 Matthews D M 

97 Lampkin W L 

98 Smith Charles H 

James intersectki 
loi Pierce C F ' ! 

102 Rice E, c 

103 Handy Charles 

105 Boag J G 

106 Williams L A 
109 Vacant 
1 1 1 Vacant 
113 Vacant 

Church intersect. 
120 Thomas Wm B 1 
122 Phillips Mrs Sallie B 
125 Jacot Louis i • 

Cain intersects i^ 

131 White Mrs D H 

132 Wood R R 

133 Vacant 

134 Moody E F 

135 Hutchison Mrs J A 
i37iHutchison J M '' 
138 Rathburn C M , 



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139 Conklin C A 

140 Carr G T 

144 Baxter T W 

145 Smith A, c 
147 Leyden W H 

150 Winship Robert 

151 Jones G W 
160 Payne C M 

Harris intersects, 
173 Flanders W P 
175 Swift R B 
180 Morgan J H 
184 King Mrs F L 

Baker intersects.. 
2od Hills L P 

209 Major J, c 

210 Jones Mrs H O 

213 Smith W C 

214 Williams J H 

217 Waldo A L 

218 Reeves J W 

Simpson i)iterseck, 
228 Zachry J M 
232 Knapp S F 

Powers intersects, 
249 Jessop Alfred 

Alexander intersects. 
254 Lupo E D 
258 Harmon J B 
262 Staufifacher J W 
266 Williams W A 

Mills intersects, 

269 Fitch J C 

270 McKinnon A A 
276 Ware W E 
280 Beeks C P 

283 Vacant 

284 Matthews D M 



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Parker intersects. 
288 Grogan F M 

293 Murray M, c 

294 Wilson F A 

297 Herring Mrs M J 

Hunnicutt intersects. 
Pine intersect. 
318 Drake WW 

322 Joseph E 

323 Gay A O M 

326 McLellan Mrs H A 

327 Ohl J K 

330 Haynes W M 
348 Hunnicutt C W 

Baltimore Place ends. 

W Merritts ave ends. 
370 Hanna Mrs S J 
372 Baldwin W R 
374 Strong C H 
376 Vacant 
378 McConnell Wm 
380 Henderson J T 
382 Brown G G 
384 Hall Lyman 

Erwin J L 
386 LycettWm 
388 Stephenson J T 
394 Edwards J F 

Linden intersects. 

NoHh ave intersects. 



SPRUCE, Inman Park, East 
Atlanta. 
28 Niles S D 



STATE, from Pine near Mari- 
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18 Bradley Mrs S P 



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Candies, made fresh every day. 
GEO. G4RROW, 
100 WhitehaU Street. 



D. O. UOEB, 

SOLE AGENT POR 

The Celebratei Fabst Brewing Co.'s 

MILWAUKEE BEER. 

11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Street*. 

Telephone 4-20. 



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Johnson Mrs M I 
Hamilton M, c 
Dudley Mrs E V 
Pittman D, c 
Zachery W, c 
Pittman S 
Randall H G 
Gentle L C 
Sanders M 
Ivy C, € 
Sterling W, c 
King W, c 
Smith H, c 
Young O, c 
Backer J J 



STEPHENS, from Windsor w 
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Ward 2. 

4 Hammond W R 
6 Meacham G N 
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STONEWALL, from Walker n 
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5 Lewis G W 
9 Bunch Charles T 

13 Johnson Josiah M 

17 Jones W B 

20 Florence B 

21 Stroud Joel H 

22 McDonald Wiley N 

25 Leftwich J M 

26 Thomas Miss E C 



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JEWELERS, 

Wholesale and Retdl. 

LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL ST. 



STONEWALL— Continued 



29 Johnson J C 
32 Vacant 

36 Aiken Franklin M 

37 Holliday James A 
40 Thrash Laurence B 

43 Save Wm N 

44 Ryan Cornelius 

47 Ogletree J P 

48 Dodge Rev W A 
52 Lent B F 

56 Foote Thomas A 

Chapel intersects. 

66 Claridy J O 

67 Bailey J S 

68 Price J H 
70 Davis D S A 

72 Davis H G 

73 Salter M T 
77 White W D 

80 Jones J N 

81 Stroup J G 

Bailey commences.- 
85 Patterson W J 
S8 Ficken J 

89 Patterson J L 

90 Ham N 

93 Yancy J A 

94 Berry J M 

95 Vacant 

96 Gilmore L A 
98 Richardson F J 

10 1 Colbert Mrs M 

4 Bachman J 
'°5 Wilson W j 

^°8 Krider W j 

^ I Tillman C D 
1 1 Postell W M 



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116 Willig J 

120 Suttles I C 

121 Williams J, c 

123 Scandrick W, r 

124 Braswell W T 
126 Cowsert S A 

128 Blackman Mrs II 





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13 Marshall W, c 
15 Wiggins H, ^ 
60-62 (iarrell G F 
61 Parham H, c 
64-66 Tate G L 
65-67 Lawrence J, c 
71 Vacant 

73 Watts G W 

79 Flinn P, c 

83 Vacant 
102 Hill W 
108 Jackson A, c 



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SUGAR ALLEY, from Fair n 
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Ward 3. 

SUMMIT AVE, from Highland 
ave n to limits, i e of Jackson, 
Ward 4. 

14 McCormick W C 

26 Williamson M, c 

30 Carlton M, c 



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East ave intersects. 
56 Mack Mrs Lena 
60 Wilson L, r 
64 Lee S, c , 

66 Howard P, r 

Forest ave intersects. 
80 Lee S, ^ 
86 Bishop J B 
90 Stribling W D 
94 Vacant 
99 King G M 

Curner intersects. 
114 Mullenix B F 
148 Vacant 

Pine intersects. 
184 Duncan R, c 
188 Parks J, r 
192 Page D, c 
194 Adams G W, r 
212 Howard D T, ^ 
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Hunter n to Bellwood, i w of 
Vine, W^ards i and 2. 
Carter intersects. 
Magnolia intersects. 
Foundry intersects. 
142 Breitenbucher Philip 
148 Vacant 
210 Simmons J D 
242 Speairs W J 

Simpson intersects. 
363 Williams R T 
270 Smith E H 
285 Gibson W G 

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TRIFOD * FfllMT * CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Lead, 1-CoatCarmge Paints, &c 

'^'ictory, 375 Decatur Street. 

Office 66-68 Marietta Street. 

SYLVAN AVE, continuation 
of Fraser street in South At- 
lanta, near the limits. 




TALIAFERRO, from W Hun- 
ter n, 2 w of Chestnut. 
15 Baker Benjamin, c 
39 Wyche Robert, c 
65 Millwood W R 

TANNER, from Bell e to 
Young, I s of Edgewood ave, 
Ward 4, 



TANNER'S ALLEY, from E 
Ellis n, I w of Butler, Ward 6. 



TATNALL, from Nelson n w 
to junction of Hunter and 
Vine, Ward i. 
7 Lumpkin W J 

Chapel intei'sects. 
13 Harvey W W 
17 Wood L, c 
21 Tommey A P 

27 Davis C C 

28 Morgan E F 
31 Rawortli G F 
33 Vacant 

35 Walden J H 
38 Greenlee S M 

40 Jennings H F 

41 Burner G 
45 Abbott J N 

47 Holmes W E 

48 Bass H L 

5 1 Cowsart T H 
54 Orr Mrs E C 



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TATNALL— Continued 
57 Cunningham W H 
62 Wilkinson C E 
65 Wilson C T 

67 Stamps M, r j 

68 West W H ' 

71 Carter E R, r 

72 DeLamater G C 

77 Zachrv F. c 

78 Archer W T 

79 Smith W, ^ 

High commences, 
83 Jones S, c 

85 Wilson G W 

86 Duke E C, ^ 

87 Anderson D L 

3farkham i)ite)'sects. 
92 Walthall D, f 

96 Redding W, c 

97 Robinson G W, c 
99 Speer M, c 

01 Alexander J, c 

02 Morse J H 
06 Wilson L, r 
13 James S, c 
16 Jones R, c 

19 Crawford H, c 
22 Gordon D, c 

24 Burch B, c 

25 Cox W, c 

28 Fambro C C, ^ 



TAYLOR, from Pratt to Fort, 
I n of Gilmer, Ward 4. 
7 Douglass B T 
1 1 Vacant 



TIETLEBAUIVl^ ALLEY, from 
Garnett to Brotherton, i s e 
of Forsyth, Ward i. 




TENNELS, from Boulevard e 




at Fulton Cot Mills, 
Ga R R, Ward 3. 

60 Lovern Mrs H 

64 Wheeler W J 

69 Taylor Mrs L 

74 Drake G W 

77 Gunter W H 

78 Austin J G; 
82 Mills J- T I 
86 West W R I 



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limits, I w of Martin, Ward 3. 

Beacham G 
II McCloy C 

14 Flynn D O 

15 Vacant 

16 Johnson J 

19 Corley G F, 

20 McDay M, / 
23 Young M A 
27 McDonald M C 
35 Williams E, c 

Hunter intersects. 
46 Murray M R 
50 Minor M L 

54 Roche W ri 

55 Smith E i 

56 Scales T N 
63 Simmons Lfee, c 

Fair intersects. 

81 Gay E, c I 

82 Martin Isabella, c 
85 Bufford W i 



Dixie Baking Powder. 

This powder Is a home manufacture of 
the very highest quality. 

Perfect healthfulness and perfect leaven< 
Ing qualities Kuaranteed. 

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U Payne D, r 

89 Crawford Sallie, c 

90 South F E A 

91 Hill Andrew, c 

92 Webb S B 

94 Webb J E 

95 Riley A, c 

96 Delpey Mrs E 

98 Edwards Mrs T H 
Woodward ave intersects. 

05 Avery M, c 

06 Laws Wm, c 
08 Mitchell H, f 
10 Carter Dicie, c 
12 Hart Martha, c 
14 Summers Annie, c 
16 Arnold fl H, r 

18 Welch Robert, c 

19 Reese H, c 

20 Guilford A L, c 

21 Norton Wim, c 

22 Martin James, t 

23 Shaw Clifford, c 

24 Allen S, c 

25 Sewell Charlotte, c 

26 Harvey F, c 

28 Hurston Clifford, c 

Raivson intersects. 

Clarke intersects. 

Solomon intersects. 

Fidton intersects. 

Richardson intersects. 

Richmond intersects. 

Crumley intersects. 

261 Erwin T, c 

262 Harris J, c 

365 Hammonds R, c 




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F/ne China, Crockery, Glassware, 

Bric-a-brac. 

The most extensive stock in the 
city. Prices Lot^. 

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Brown W, c 
Vacant 
Gibson I, c 
Searcy S, c 
Merriweather A, c 
Powell L M, ^ 
Parker J, c 
Bedington Sarah, c 
Weaver A, c 
Turner W, c 
Bush R P 
Vacant 

Glenn intersects: 
Georgia ave intersects. 
Smith J P 
Gatlin J \N 
Jones J E 
Rivers H 
Ramsey 
Pelot E E 
Gilbert W A 
Wood A P 
Wood A J 

Bass intersects. 

Love intersects. 
Parks Charlotte, c 
Dilleshaw T 
Davis Jacob, c 
Raven I W, c 
Davis D, c 

Montgomery Gilbert, c 
Harper Jesse, c 
Williams Fannie, c 
Alexander John J, c 
Johnson W, c 
Brock Lucinda, c 
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47 and 49 S. Broad Street 

TERRY— Continued 
417 Wesley Harrison, c 

421 Sims Jennie, c 

422 Redding Mary, c 

Little intersects. 



THIRD, from Peachtree e to 
Fort and w to Cherry, Wards 
5 and 6. 
1 5 Koppe A . 

315 Tool C E 

317 Carter C 

321 Abernathy Mrs D E 

343 Preston T J 

345 Vacant 

347 Smith C A 

349-351 Roach WT 
355 Baldwin A P 
352 Koppe P 



THOMAS, from E Fair s to 
Glenn, i eof GuUatt, Ward 3. 

1 7 Wilson AS 
Woodward ave intersect*. 

47 Pillsbury Mrs J B 

48 Vacant 

57 Christian J W 

THOMPSON, from Cent R R 
at Alabama s w. Ward i. 
4 Scott Anna 
8 Searcy Mad Annie 

12 Jones Sarah, c 

16 Miller Mad Sadie 

18 Frank Mad Alice 

Hunter intersects. 
33-37 Georgia Soap Co The 
45 Central Coal & Wood Co 



46 Vacant 
50 Vacant ! 

Mitchell intersects. 

Nelson commences. 
80 Burke Chas 
Lyndon C T 

88 Dixie Spring Bed Co 
Jones Mfg Co 

89 Vacant 

92 Scott W D 
loi Turner W W 

104 Ide J C 

105 Herbert J W 
107 Burnie P B 

Peters intersects. 
Garnett intersects 
137 Vacant 

139 Reeves C B 

140 Howard G W 
Hoyt E F 

144 Glasser A M T 
146 Johnson G H 
148 Hall Mrs M W 
150 Leak J T 
152 Cohen C 

154 Cash J A 

155 Dixie Lumber & Mfg Co 

156 Camp E 

160 Grudcovsky T 

161 Long J H 

Brotherton ends. 
167 Wallace J S 
169 Belvin G H 
174 Klaitz Wm 
180 Kaplan N A 
184 Dickey Mrs A E 
188 Fox T 

Packard commences. 




At wholesale and retail. 

Minffo Furnace, Foundry Sc Steam 

Ooke. 

M. C. WHITLOCK & CO. 

256 MAMIETTA ST. 

Telephone 1415. 





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191 Pittman W H 

192 McGarry S J 

195 Bolligar I 

196 Vacant 
199 Lester T H 

203 Solomonson S L 

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Ward 5. 
5 Evins M, c 
7 Ryan L, c 
9 Vacant 
II Askew John 
13 Thurmond Mrs M T 
Marietta intersects. 
W & A R R intersects. 
Atlanta Gas Works 
42-44 Cowdery J W 

—X Elliott intersects. 
70 Hogan Mrs S E 
74 Cox C E 
76 Courtney C E 
80-82 Connor Mrs Mary 
83 Adams C P 
' 84 Crece Mrs L 
85 Upchurch C A 

88 Errick Charles 
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89 Jones Maria, c 

93 Smith Mrs E 

94 Davis Louisa, c 
Ross Levi, c 

095 Hickey Edward 




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STOVE CO. 

98 WHITEHALL STBEET. 

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PIM & TAYLOR 

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Raiiiig and fl|o«lag Bnildiags, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special Fncilities 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

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97 Chamberlin Thomas 

01 Mathews Duncan, c 

02 Kocher Mrs E 

04 Hill Sallie, c 

05 Ward Mary E, c 

06 McCoy C, c 

07 Hope Jacob L 

11 McCown J H 

12 Vacant 

Mangum intersects. 
20 Huggins James, c 

23 Gordon Wesley, c 

24 Humphries J H, r 

25 Miller G, c 

27 Johnson Green P 
29 Johnson M, c 

32 Reed H, c 

33 Newsome Mrs R C 

34 Hayes Benj, c 

35 Davis Henry, c 

36 Sanders E, c 
38 Wright Maria, c 
40 Roberson Thos, c 
42 Miller Lee, c 

44 Bridgers A, c 

45 Grace Ellen, c 

46 Swanson E T 

Hayne intersects. 
Shiloh A M E Church 
233 Collier W, c 



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Fitzgerald, i n of Decatur. 
2 Blocker Oscar 
6 Singleton F C 

10 McGee J F 

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I s of Rhodes, Ward i. 



TRENHOLM, from Peters n 
to Chapel, 2 s of Lark in, 
Ward I. 



TRINITY AVE, from Forsyth 
e to Capitol ave, i s of Mitch- 
ell, Ward I. 
6 Arnold Wm 
9 Alexander Henry, <• 

10 Delbridge Paper Co 

1 1 -1 3 Lewis Willis, f 

12 Kreiser R 

16 O'Sullivan E ] 

18 Kreis Mrs J E 

19 Lewis Rev Walker 
22 Wynn Tupper 

Whitehall intersects. 
42 Harrison & Bro 
45 Perkins JW 
47 Vacant 
50 Cheek Mrs L 
52 Williams Miss A 

•S Pryor intersects. 
75 McArthur T W 
79 Tohnson A V 
Ss Harrell S K 
84 Echols M F 
Mayer I M 

95 Thompson Mrs M E 

Loyd intersects. 

96 Lynch P 

99 Sullivan Ann 
103 Turman S B 
106 AVright R 
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Wash ington ititersects. 

148 Stiles C A 

. Crew commences. 

158 Applewhite H T 
Capitol pi ends. 

166 King H O 

TUM LIN, from Wallace near 
Marietta, n beyond limits. 
1-3 Cotton G 

10 Karr J A 

1 1 Landreth J F 
15 Jones W 

18 Hussey P.M 

19 Nash B S 

20 Toney S E 
23 Turner E E 
25 Moore W B 

28 Overton J M 

29 Winn F B 
32-34 Vacant 

33 Whalling W T 

36 Spinks H T 

40 Martin T 

41-39 Chambers W T 

45 Vacant 

50-52 Vacant 

55 Clay B 

57 Vacant 

58 Wilson J 

59 Beutell W A 

60 Househalter J 

61 Mills V 

62 Caton R A 

63 Roberts J A 

64 Walker Mrs 

65 Holley W A 



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!liiim?& BUILDING SUFPLISS. 

Terra Cotta, Pressed Brick, 

Kinoear'B 8t«el Ceiling, Bostwiek Steel 
Lath, Etc. 

Tilntarat 635. No. S N. 70BSTTH. 



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TUTOR, from Pryor w to 

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38 Mathews E A 
40 Rice T R 
46 Phillips E T 
48 Bullard J H 

TYE, from Tennells s to E Fair, 
I w of Berean ave. Ward 3. 



UNIVERSITY, from ^Vindso^ 
w, half mile s of city limits. 

VALENTINE, from Edgewood 
ave n to Houston, i e of But- 
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VANIRA, from Capitol ave e 
to Madison ave, 6 s of Geor- 
gia ave near limits. 

VENABLE, from Simpson n to 
North ave, i e of Luckie. 
14 Taylor H H 
16 Harper M, c 

19 Kimbro Mrs Miranda 

20 Tuckh W^ 

21 Eberenz Henry 
24 Miller W A 

26 Watts J A 

Alexander intersects. 
47 Nance C R 

Mills intersects. 
62 Reid J 

Manii's al ends. 



The Candy Kitchen. 

We use no paints nor colors in 
the manufacture of our Candies at 
C ARROW'S, lot Whitehall Street. 



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ssd Gbolcest Wines and Brsndiea 
Direct Imported. 

I>. C. fvOE>:B 

11 and 18 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Streets. Tel 420. 

66 Moulder H A 

71 Mann James 

72 Johnson J V 
75 Mann J D 
77 McHenry B 
80 Thomas M 

Hunnicntt intersects. 
Autrey J L 
Cox T G 
Barrett T A 
96 Jordan C 

98 Wright R L 

99 Archibald A P 
1 01 Bates J 

Linden intersecU. 
132 Vacant 
134 Richardson E R 

136 Hitchcock F W 

137 Vacant 

138 Richardson P P 
141 Vacant 

143 Vacant 

Merritts ave intersects. 
153 Martin S A 

Gresliam. ends. 
North ave intersects. 



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5 Campbell Wm 

8 Adams C, c 

9 Harris J B 
12 Peavy B, c 

14 Chapman Polly, c 

15 Lyon G W 

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Wholesale and Ret il. 

LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL ST. 



VICTORIA— Continued 

18 Dumas Robert, c 

19 Thomas G H 

20 Hardeman Delta, r' 

21 Steele Samuel, c 

26 White John S 
^27 Andrews S, c ' 

* 28 Singleton James, c . 

29 Parks Ella, c 
31 Perry Henry, c 
33 Arp Lee,-^: 

Mangum intersects. 

40 Bolles Tobe. c 

Ch^ay intersects. 

VINE, from W Fair n to Simp- 
son, I e Sunset Ave, Wards i 
and 5. 

13 Hairston J M 

14 Vacant 

16 Martin E 

17 Gidish John 

19 Hairston C 

20 Harrison Blake, c 

23 Falling Miss E 

24 Neal R, c 

27 Dodd AM 

28 Cloud John 

30 Hammock L, ^ 

36 Jackson Musco, c 

37 Neal L, c- 

41 Law Wm, c 

42 Phillips Howard, c 
44 Taylor P, r . ' 
46 Robinson George, c 

Parsons intersecis. 
54 Upshaw Peter, c 



56 Brown J, ^ 

Bechvith iyitersects. 
149 Jones Sarah, c 

W Hunter intersects. 
169 Bumstead Horace 
Rhodes ends. 
206 Ingraham Linton, c 
208 Ross J O, r 
215 Wilson Madison, c 
217 Ross John A 
219 Alexander Richard, c 

221 Bellow John, c 

222 Jones Alfred D 

223 Jarnagin Benjamin, c 

224 Brown George F 

225 Brooks S A, <: 

226 Blount J A 

230 White J W, c 

231 Vacant 

233 Honeywell James L 

234 Lee W W 
238 Schultz A 

240 Morris J, c 

Magnolia intersects. 

241 Phinizy Clayton, c 
243 Mapps Sarah, c 
247 Colquitt George, c 
251 Howard Wm, c 

255 Sursey John, c 

256 Vinson Thomas, c 

257 Jones R H, ^ 

261 Porter W G 

262 Reed Doc, c 
266 Pointer David, c 
268 Tye Asa 

Foundry intersects. 
Spencer intersects. 



Paper and leeoratioas. 

MONCRIEF & CO. 

Telephone 402^ 

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WBITING MACHINES. " It stands at the head." 

M. B. TORBETT A CO., (Successon« to Torbett & MoCandleKs ) 
General Agents for Georgia and Alabama 
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79 Fortson C 
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44 Rutley W 
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junction Mangum, s to Peters, 

Ward I. 

4 Claiborne W R 

6 Anderson W W 
1 2 Harris Lucius J 
16 Zuber John 
19 King Rev James R 

22 Vacant 

23 Martin George W 

28 Henderson Seaborn T 

29 Stevens J M 

Hayne intersects. 
Walker Street School 
32 Pate W J 
38 Tinsley W R 
42 McCarty T J 

45 Sheran George W 

46 Turner A C 

47 Branan Mrs M A 

48 Hampton Mrs S G 

52 Woodruff J P 

53 Mayson Thomas C 
Stonewall commences. 

56 Hilburn Frank A 
58 Henry C R 
63 Spencer B A 



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8 West Wall St. 

Telephone 373. 

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TRIPOD PAINT CO., 

66-68 Marietta Street. 

68 Golightly H F 

72 Haslett Mrs Georgia A 

73 Smith Mrs E W 

78 Talley Wm M 

79 Turner C T 
83 Vinson G A 

Fair intersects. 
92 Tinsley A W 
95 Norris W D R 
100 Florence E J 

106 Abies Cornelius 

107 Baker Mrs M E 

Larkin commences. 
114 Alexander H S 
120 Cooper Wiley G 

122 Stewart T H 

123 Drake S C 

125 Brown Wm T 

126 Babb James P 

127 Stocks W H 

130 Eubanks Robert S 

131 Stanford F 

132 Phillips Mrs E A 
135 Strickland J W 
135 Stanford J G Q 
139 Eskridge Albert P 

142 Hansel! J F 

143 Eubanks Gilbert T 

144 Todd R P 

148 Potter George A 

149 Mattress Renovating Co 

150 Groves R B 

154 Lamar Wesley, c 

155 Curtis B F 

156 Kater MoUie, c 

159 Daniel Royal G 

160 Vacant 

163 Bettis Joseph E 



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WALKER— Continued 
169 McGaughey & Johnson 
173 DeFoor J A 
175 Callaway S C, c 
I -J -J Spinks Mrs Anna 
179 Whitehead Jane, c 
Standard Lumber Co 





WALKER'S ALLEY, from 
Daniel e to Howell, i s of 
Edgewood ave, Ward 4. 

WALL, from Peachtree and 
Whitehall w to Broad Street 
Bridge and e to Loyd, i s of 
Decatur. 

GOING EAST. 

I Day S W 

3 Ruhmann Geo H 

4 Kattenhorn & Day 

5 Pappa J A 

6 Atl Parcel Exp Co 
Key Thomas T 
Howard A G 
Maryland Life Ins Co 
Wilkinson J R 

Ginn & Co 
8 Welch & Turman 

So Pacific Co 

Camp Thomas 

Carter W E 
10 Atlanta Banking Co 

Harris, Nutting & Co 
12 ET V&GRR 

Griffin J J 
i2^Schell J T, r 
14 Adair G W , 

i4^Brightwell B B, d 



16 Black E P 
16 C R R of Ga 
1 6^ Walker P B, r 
i8"NathanG McD 

Nathan H W 
20 Cummings, J E 

N. Pryor int€ri<ects, 

Everett-Ridley-Ragan Co 

Union Depot 

Durand H R 

Atl Bag & Cab Co 

28 Sou Exp Co 
34 Daniel J B 

Swan son J M 

Fleming A F 
34^Culberson & Hunt 

Roberts & McCrorv 
36 L & N R R 

W & A R R 

F& R R R 
36-38 Atl Carriage Hdw Co 
40 Steinheimer D 
42 M & C R R 

.T & P R R 

Railway Dept Y M C A 

Williams R A 

ET V& G RR 
42^Bradfield Regulator Co 
44-46 Wolfe L C & Co 
444Selig Mfg Co 
46 Steinau L 

48 General Elec Supply Co 
48^Lang E & Co 

Snow Church & Co 

Bishop & McWhorter 

GOING WEST. 

3 Standard Ice Co 
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ne}4 and 118 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga. 



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5-7-9 Emery H t 
8 Albright S A 
10-12 Budden & Son 



WALLACE, from Marietta be- 
yond hmits, e to State. 

Manning Furniture Co. 
33 Landers D N 
35 Vacant 
37 Johns L 
43 Wright L 
47 Vacant 
49 Scott S 

51 Wilson J C 

52 Jackson T, c 

53 Lanier Miss L 
55 Meyers Mrs C 

Antioch Baptist Church 
Wallace St School 



WALLIS, from Decatur n, 2 e 
R & D R R, changed to Krog. 

WALNUT, from Larkin n to 
Simpson, i e of Vine, Ward i. 
II Johnson Mrs M M 

15 Harris M A 

16 Williams J A 

19 Stewart L M 

20 Stewart A J 

23 Waits W P 

24 Baisden J A S 

25 Parish J R 

27 Wilson J W 

28 Crenshaw C B 
31 Gooddy W H 



Office, 37 Marietta Street, Atlanta, 6a. 

Telephone 118. 

Moving a pleasure by getting 

Read's Transfer. 

If you are going to break up housekeep- 
ing, giye us your key and we will take 
charge of your goods, pack and store 
them; or get freight rates and ship to 
any point. 






The Dresden, 

Rogers Silverplaied Ware, Table 
Cutlery, Lamps, 

Largest Variety. Lowest Prices. 

37 Wlilteliall St. and 30 S. Broad St. 



32 Jones G M 

35 Irwin Mrs E F 

36 Boyd H 

40 Dennington Mrs E S 
42 Costello Mrs R 
46 Harris J C 
50 Reeves J D 

54 Moncrief W J 

Parsons comnienees. 

55 Morgan E W 

56 Hewitt A 

High ends, 
79 Baskin J, c 

Beckwith intersects. 
87 Stewart I, c 
91 Goodhue Y, c 

Markham ends. 

Tattnall intersects. 

W Mitchell intersects. 

W Hunter intersects. P" "' 

Bumstead Horace Rev D D S 

Magnolia intersects. or 

236 Dorsey Henry, c & 

248 Harris John, c -^ 

250 Hawk Alex, c 

260 Redwine Randall, c 

261 McMurray Peter, c 

262 Wright Benjamin, c 

264 Nail Richard, c 

265 Jones Hannah, c - 

267 Rivers Joseph S 

268 Wright George, £ 
274 Johnson Thomas, c 
276 Harper Berry, c 

Foundry intersecte, 
Spencer intersects. 



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MACHIIIERy and TOOLS. 

Wrought Iron Pipe, 

Fittings and Brass (koda. 
47 AND 49 S. BROAD ST. 



WALTON, from Peachtree n w 
to Foundry, i n e of Marietta, 
Wards 5 and 6. 

N. Broad intersects. 

21 Dingwall & Forsyth 

22 Southern Dye House 
24 Bates G & Co 

27 Smith O A Chemical Wks 
N. Forsyth intersect. 
First Baptist Ch 

37 Talmadge House 

38 Standard Wagon Co of Ga 

42 Thompson Mrs Mary 

43 Miller H V M 

Fairlie intersects. 

46 Washington Seminary 

47 Berry M R 

54 Burson Mrs H L 

57 Boyd Minor P > 

58 Dow R T 

Cone intersects. 
62-68 Bellmont The 
70 Stilson F J < 

72 Roddey Miss M L 
74 Miles W B 
76 Home G D 

Spnng intersects. 

80 Thompson R G 

81 Powell W A 
86 Swanson J M ^ 

91 Holland Michael F 

92 Smith Athie 
99 Calloway T N 

103 Hutchinson Mrs S M 
106 Vacant 

Bartow intersects. 
no Gilbert Mrs M J 



III Turner C 

118 Fuller & Robie 

119 Ivey BilHngs S 
127 Riley J W 

133 Davis Mrs Mary A 

136 Quarles & Strabling 

137 Phillips H 

Cain intersects. 

141 Blodgett T M 

142 Flowers Mrs S A 

144 Hawes J H 

145 Mashburn Mrs S 

149 Finley Thomas 

150 Woodson M E 
153 Anglin J S 
157 Tyler Charles F 

Wilson A J 
171 Dunn J 



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Jones s to Glynn, i e of Mar- 
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7 McDonald T 

8 Welch T 

10 Edmundson G G 

1 1 Ketterer A A 

12 Vacant 

15 Connor J M 

16 Hudson C M 

20 Dinkins Charles, c 

21 Drakeford E R 

22 Boyd J W, c 
25 Meyer W H 




At wholesale and retail. 
Minfiro Lump, Nut, Steam, Anthra- 
cite and Wood, 

C. WHITLOCK & CO. 

256 MARIETTA ST. 

Telephone 1415. 



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WBITTNG MACHINES. *• It stands at the head." 

M. B. TOBBETT k CO., (Successors to Torbett & McCandless,) 
General Agents for Georgia and Alabama 
»2 KIMBAUL HOUSE, DKIATVB STBEET. 



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WARREN PLACE, from 
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1 n of Gilmer, Ward 6. 

2 HoUeran Owen 
6 Alexander A 

9 Blount P J 
10 Jossey S B 
13 Harrison T 

16 LeVert O P 

17 McAlpin G M 

18 Carbin W M, c 

21 Grosse Joseph 

22 Brown J S 

25 Gatins John 

26 Finemen Henry 

WASHINGTON, from Waverly 
Place s w to Fair, then s to 
limits, 2 w of Capitol ave. 
Ward 2. 

Engine House No 2 
I Ga Baptist Orphans Home 

16 Tupper T C Rev 

17 Calhoun W L 
21 Buckhardt G A 

23 Young J D 

25 Mclndoe J W 

Rousseau T A 

St Phillips Episcopal Ch 
Hunter intersects. 
29 Vacant 

33-35 Central Presby Ch 
43 Murphy M 
49 Werner E A 

Mitchell intersects. 

High School 

71 Kendrick W S 

72 Crush Mrs W C 




PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN— 

Raising and Klnving Bniidings, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special Fncililies 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 



Telephone 344. 



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MEMPH 

STOVE CO. 

98 WHITEHALL STREET. 

^•e Pai^e 67. 

Hunnicutt & Beliingrath Co.,1 

52 and 64 Peaohtree Street. 



75 Strickland Rev G B 

76 Nagle Miss Lucy 
81 Crane S C 

86 Coker F M 

87 Huntley J P 

93 Hill L J 

Peters intersects. 

94 Adair A D 

97 Adair G B 

98 Neal T B 

102 Lowndes G S 

103 Cox A E 
109 Martin E W 

111 Crouch George 

112 Richards S P 

113 Barry J A 
119 Dodd G T 

Fair intersects. 

125 Thornton E H 

126 Hammond W R 

127 VanEpps Howard 

130 Westmoreland T P 

131 Morrison A 
136 Johnson H S 

139 McLendon Mrs M L 
142 Sanders W C 

149 Marsh E W 

150 Blackburn B M 
154 Armstrong Wm S 

* Woodward ave intersects. 

158 Olmsted Dr J C 

159 Brown Joseph E 

160 Stuart A 
164 Spencer A J 
170 Brown George M 
178 Ryan Frank T 

187 Brown Julius L 

188 Oglesby J G 



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RiDCMm intersects. 
Ellis W 1) 
Garrett Wni I 
McDonald dV H . 
Arnold C H 
Sertjeant C E 
Cole W J 
Gatins Joseph F 
Woodson S F 
Woodson Mrs M F 
Black R C 

Clarke intersects. 
Colvin John A 
Wellhouse H 
Hansen W A 
Ra^land Thomas A 
Hatcher Rev H 
Kutz M 

Pappenheimer Oscar 
Brandt Mrs R A 
Xewelt Louis ., 

Graves FN 
Hawks Wm X 

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Abbott W L ^- 

Kenny P J 
Vacant | 

Jenkins J C 

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Tidwell R W 
Satzkv A 
Phillips I 
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Redus R K 
Norton C 
Liebman I 
Clarke Judge M J 
Haas Jacob 

Crumley iniernectA. 
Bigl)y John S • 
Fuller W A 
Howland S D 
Vacant 
Silverman H 

Glenn inter.'tec.ts. 
Georgia are interserti. 

BnsA intersects. 
Burckhalter M R 
Sullivan | J 
Scott W M 

Jjove commences. 
Smith M A 
Hebrew Orphans' Home 

Jjittle intersects. 
Ormond R M 
Harris W P 

Ormond intersects. 
Dodson W C 
Montijomerif com moices. 

Benniiig ends. 
Davis A P 

Jejferson commences, 
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Y. H. KRIEGSHABER, 

EiimiSiSUILDINBSUFFLIES. 

Pite Pine "Al'ti,.., 

Hardwood Interior Finish, Etc. 
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PAINTS, OILS & GLASS 

114 A 116 Whitehall Street. 



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,0 Waits Mrs M J 

12 Crymes B 

13 Terry Mrs M J 

14 Chastain W^ L 
,03 Abernathy F N 
104 Harris O D 
107 Dooley J V ^ 
112 Henderson E C 
120 Vacant 

122 Abernathy J L 

123 Wallace R R 
131 McClain W H 

134 Wallace C 

135 Lewis W S 

146 Turner J T 

147 Terry T J 

1 51-149 Hildebrand J N 

150 Vacant 

164 Brewster P, c 

170 Curry A, c 

175 Karwisch H 

WAVERLY PLACE, from 

Loyd e to Washington, i n 

of Hunter, Ward 2. 

5 McArthur L L 

7 Gibbs & Badders 
15 Jones W R & Co 
17 Phinizy J, c 
21 Gadsen F, c 
25 Coleman A, c 
31 Cannon J C 



WAYMAN AVE, from Wash- 
ington e to Capitol, i n of 
Ridge ave and Pryor. 



The Candy Kitchen. 

Try Barrow's Cocoanut Sjnip, 

For Table Use. 
No. 100 WHITKHALIi STREET. 



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11 and 18 MitcheU and 78 and 80 
Broad Streets. 

Telephone 420. 



WAVERLY WAY,Inman Park, 

East Atlanta. 
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to Glenn, 2 s of Whitehall, 
Ward 2. 

8 Vacant 

9 Harper J A 

10 Lawrence Julia, c 

15 Wooten W S D 

16 Backus Mrs S A 

18 Curry A, c 

19 Linane G W 

20 Waters Millie, c 

Robbins intersects. 

49 Peeples Georgia, c 

50 Ragans W, <: 

52 Lewis Mamie, c 
54 Cox Thomas E, c 
56 Daniel W, c 
58 Morse L L, <: 

Humphries intersects. 
62 Burns S, c 
66 Harper G, c 

69 Holland J, c 

70 Owens H P 

71 Davis Mary, c 

72 Evans Matt, c 

73 Blair Fannie, c 
•74 Smith G, c 

76 McLaughlin Lula, c 

79 Martin Bettie, c 

80 Howard Cora B 
82 Strong Annie, c 
84 McDowell Fannie, c 
86 Jones Mary, f 



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JEWELERS, 

Wholesale and Ret il. 

LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL ST. 

WELLS — Continued 

88 Fife W, c j 

89 Geesling Nancy, c 

90 Patrick Peter, c 
92 Weaver Lizzie, ^ 

Holluis intersects. 
E T V & G R R intersects. 
Brosius M S M Co, (vacant) 
109 Jones Annie, c 



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115 Render Daniel, c 

116 Weavers Jane, c 
119 Vacant 

125 Jenkins Mittie, c 
157 Bondurant J A 
161 Roberts E F 



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WEST PEACHTREE, from 
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4 Gramling Mrs A E ' 

22 Meador J T 

23 Iverson Mrs F 
26 James J H 

Simpson commences^ 
38 McKinley Miss J j 
44 L'Engle C S 

Powers commences. 
52 O'Keefe Mrs S F i 
56 Stevens G C 
58 Pomeroy Mrs M E 



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65 McBurnev E P 

66 Brown R'E : 

Alexander intersects. 
72 Bratton S E 

74 Brownell D W 

75 McArthur E P 

76 Barclay J F 

79 Camp Mrs N A 

80 Vacant 

S^ Alley A R 
84 Prior G S 

31 ills com mences. 
94 Shinkle T 
98 Powell G W L 

102 Payne W D 

103 Vacant 

Parker commences. 

108 Vacant i- 

109 Schlesinger H L 

112 Martin W A 

113 Traylor Mrs S D 

115 Gallagher Mrs Nancy 

118 Vacant 

122 Lampkin A C 

Hunnicutt commences. 
136 Fear H J 
139 Vacant 

Pine intersects, 
145 Shadden J H 
149 Stephens Mrs M E 
152 Baxter A 
156 Campbell Mrs J B 
160 French Mrs M C 

162 Miller Robert 

163 Hallmain J*C 
Baltimore place eonwiences. 

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176 Gholstin Louis 

177 Delkin A L 

181 Hutchinson N R 

Howard commences. 
188 Scrutchin J G 

196 Paul D S 

197 Smith Hoke 

207 Pratt E S 

Linden intersects. 

214 Tompkins H B 

222 Jones W L 

231 Stocker J D 

232 Prather J S 
235 Peck F H 
238 Bailey B C 
242 Kendall L T 

250 Fontaine Francis 

251 Akers W T 

North are intersects 
267 Angier Clarence 

Kimball intersects. 
Third intersects. 
311 WooUey V 
327 Van winkle E 

Fourth intersects. 
Fifth intersects. 
386 Rice F P 
397 Thurman F D 

Sixth commences. 
Armstrong J W 
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TRIFOb - FflINT - CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

READY MIXED PAINTS 

Craining and OH Colors, 

White Leaa,l-Coit Carriage Fmt9,&c 

Factory, 875 Decatur Street. 

Office 56-58 Marietta Street. 



WEST'S ALLEY, bet Cain and 
Harris from Orme to Hayden 

WHEAT, from Peachtree e to 
limits, I s of Houston, Wards 
4 and 6. 

12 Harrison & Bro 
1 6 Leslie Mary, c ' * 
N. Pry or intersects. 
Y M C A Bldg 
19 Dennis L R 

21 Vacant 

22 Wilson J E 

23 Vacant 
25 DeGive L 
27-29 Day Mrs Lillian B 
28 Smith C D 
32 Fambro Mrs M 

34 Wilson Mrs E E 

35 Whitfield Mrs Katie 

37 Vacant 

38 Carter J D' 

40 Edwards J W B 

41 Abbott Armistead T 

42 Woodward A P 

45 Wood J R 

46 Knott W L 
51 Lumsden Mrs J L 
55 Vacant 

Ivy intersects. 

69 Boggan W C 
73 Jones J W 

77 Price C 

78 Constantine C C 

82 Daniel R J 

83 Saunders B G 

85 Carter B F 

86 Bellamy W C 





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93 Miller Wm 

Coiniland are intersects. 
102 Lichtenstadt M L 
106 Looney C E 
no Selman C H 
116 Ladd D B • 
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mith J M 

125 Proctor D 

126 Harp A J • 

127 Tyler J E ' j 

130 Palmer HC I 

131 Moody W R 

132 Vacant 

135 Hollingsvvorth J F 

136 Smith J M 

139 Henderson R A 
Piedmont ave iiitersects 

140 Logan Carrie Steele, c 

141 Williams J W & Co 

142 Wiggins E - 

143 Mapp J T, ^ 

144 Morgan Bros 

145 Morgan E R, r 

146 Green H L 

147 McAfee CO 

148 Green J W & Bro 

149 King J* c- 

150 Cox R, c 

151 Giles J, c 

152 Thompson Horace, 'V ' 

153 Matthews Geo, c 

1 55 Vacant 

156 Williams Tony, c 

157 Flemister M, c 

158 Trice John 

159 Jones Jackson, c 



160 Moore Eliza, c 

161 Goosby Thomas, r 

162 Pearce Press, c 

165 King John, c 

166 Willis Wyly 

169 Cullens Clarence, c 

170 McHenry W M 

171 Thomas R L 
175 Anthony Wm, c 
179 Ross Phil 

181 Schell ] T, c 

Butler intersects. 
Big Bethel A M E church 

185 Eskridge P, c 

186 Summers F, c 

187 Edwards Dennis, c 

188 Mitchell J, c 

190 Herring James, c 

191 Foy Austin, t* 

195 Morgan William, c 
^97 I^iggii^s Charles 

199 Hall E, c 

Bell intersects. 

200 Pace H L, r 

201 Carter C C, r 

202 Butler, Slater & Co, c 

203 White Edward, c \ 

204 Hagler H A & Co 

207 Clay John, r 

208 Cobb J M, c 
Boldin J M, r 

211 Riggins Robert, c 

214 Mitchell Robert 

215 Reed George, c 

217 Vacant 
2i7jHicks Miss Annie 

218 Wimbush Elbert, c 

219 Bussey A 



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2 20 Vacant ^ 

221 White H W 
22 2 Alexander Elizabeth 

224 Williams Annie, c 

225 Holbrooks Benj, c 

226 Wimbush Elbert, c 
228 Pickens Louise, c 
2284Brown Bros, c 
229'Brison A, c ' 

230 Vacant 

231 Starnes R A 

Fort intersects. 
Baptist Church 

232 Ling Lum 

233 Nolan Emanuel, c 

239 Hillsman Mahulda, c 

240 Quarterman S, c 

241 Hoyt B F, ^ 

242 Henry R J, ^ 

244 Kruger E H 

245 Darden Jas, c 

246 Crumbly F H, r 

248 Smith S J, r 

249 Graves ] C, c 

252 Thomas Jeff, c 

253 Boykin Frank, c . 

254 Bonner J, c 
256 McDowell R, c 
258 Ware Sam, c 

261 Carter R H, ^ 

262 Hall R A, £ 

Hilliard intersects. 

263 Henry Sallie, c 

264 Gate G W, c 

266 Flewellyn Henrietta 
268 Wilson H, c 
270 Lang James, c 



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Toys, Bird Cages, Dolls. 

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272 Dickson Mandy, c 

273 Chamblee W H, ^ 

274 Turner I 
Hunter James, c 

276 Marion Washington, f 

277 Smith Joseph W, c 

280 Robertson James, c ,^ 

281 Winship J A, r 

283 Vacant 

Yonge ends. 

284 Braswell G, ^ 
286 McCants J, c 
288 Allen Robt, c 

290 Davie C, c 

291 Bass & Stowers 

292 Pickens L, c 

293 Hollingsworth R, c 

294 Simmons H C, ^ 
296 Derricott L, c 

298 Wilcoxson George, c 
300 Bell J H, ^ 
302 Vacant 
304 Bonner J, c 

306 Edwards S, c 

307 Harmon J P 

308 Freeman N, c 

309 Powell W M 
309jHarmon C & Bro 

310 Vacant 
3ioJNorthington S S 
3ii"Watson R F 

Powell W M 
312 Northington & Walker 
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314 Miles S M 

315 Delbridge A J, <: 

316 Hampton P 



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317 Louis I. <• 
31S Smith H, <• 
321 Parks H, i 
^22 Stratton H K 

323 Johnson K, c 

324 Mapp D, c 

326 Gibbs P, c 

327 Stinson Mary J 

328 Vacant 
331 King C P, r 
2,2,2> Vacant 
335 Mayfield R R 

339 Redding W C, c 

340 Scott J M, i- 

342 Johnson E, i 
Clayton Moses, c 

343 McGee C, i 

344 Brockman V, c 
347 Bernard E, c 
350 Ho«-ell G M 
352 Dennis G, r 

356 Mashburn M M, r 
Boulevard interseHs 

574 Cowan H R 

578 Beavers G W 

Hague commences. 

590 Jackson A J t 

591 Glenn J 

594 Holbrook W A 
i.03 Carter J C 
M3 Durett R 

Howell intersects. \ 
\iS Miller R A 
\i^ Stanley J B • 
^I9 'J'hurman J T 
^23 Longford J R 
1.26 Jenkins A S 



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Chapman M E 
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llrdiUcij commences. 

Hill J 

Hcntsrhcl Cr 

Blackman C C 

Spears f 

Bagwclf I U C 

Tovce r \V 

Linch H 

Robinson L, <* 

Ixaufloljth Intersects. 
Taylor L <■' 
Biizbee C K 
Hollingsworth A M 
Brown J, e 
Harrison H, c 

Barrow F, e 
Wright A, c 
Farrow E, c 
R .^' D R R Shops 



WHITEHALL, from W & A 
R R s w to limits, divides 
Wards i and 2. 

1 Meyer L & Co 

2 Moore J M Shoe Co . 

3 Eiseman & Weil 
3i^Levenstein H J 

"Rhett W H 
Atl Turn Verein 
Seidell C W 
Knott J J 
Cunningham J D 
Graves A 
Garrett & Neufville 

4 Cramer D 





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5 Lynch Jerry 

6 Nelson L D 
O^.Scott H F 

"lielyeuWS 
Couch I L 
Parker & Barge 
Jarnagin W C 
Bowie I A 
Sibley R L 
McCalla W E 
Carter Geo A 
Tigner W A 

7 Lester J F 
yALofton M E, r 

''Reinhardt A M 
Hutcheson & Key 
Ryan D W, c 
Chess and Checker Club 
Olmstead J C 
Macon Telegraph 
Old Homestead 
Finch A W 

8 Kahn Bros 
S^Dorsey & Pate 

9 Caldwell Bros 
9iBrown W R 

Chattahoochee Canal Co 

Bollman Wm 

Sang -Sam 

Heinz & Sons 

Hawkes A K 

Carlton B C 

Brown & Allen 

Keenev H G & Co 

Hobbs'A G 

Brown G T 

Adair J T 



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98 WHITEHALL STREST. 
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15-17 Eiseman Bros 
16 Vignaux B 
i6^Rosser C V" 

Myrtle House 

Jewett H R 

Magbee A D 

Rodgers R L 

E Decatur Land Co 
18 Gay A O M & Son 

21 Erskine Wm 

22 James Bank 
Delbridge A J, ^ 

Alabama intersecU. 

23 Capital City Bank 
Germania Loan & Bnkg Co 
Metropolitan Real Este Co 
Georgia Real Estate Co 

23jAngier Clarence 
Hall «Sl Hammond 
Blalock & Birney 
Cox AH 
Skeen L P 
Anderson J A 
. Wright R E 
Goodwin J B 

24 Rosen feld A & Son 
24^Holland S G & Frank 

Connally E L 
Con nail V S N , 

Nisbet K A 
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Redmen's Hall 

25 Freeman Jewelry Co 

26 Lumpkin, Cole & Stewart 

27 Thornton J R 
Henderson W A 

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2'jhCox John W 
"Whitney L G 
O'Neill James F 
Westmoreland & Austin 
Haskell W W 
Seddon W S & Co 
Gilbert Hugh W 
Ash worth T F 
Frazier Edwin H 
Hynes John A 
Doane E A 

28 Winslow T N . 
28^Faber J J 

Crankshaw J C & Co 
Atl Cutting School 
Crankshaw C W 

29 Enterprise Clothing Co 

30 McKenzie & Riley 

31 Maier & Berkele 

32 Daniel J C & I 
32jCatchings B H 

33 Force G H & A W 
33iGilbert W L 

Longino T D 
West & Obear 
Brewster T F 
Kuhns J H 

34 Foote Abe & Bro 
34iMotes C W ^l 

35 Black R C 

36 Richards S P & Son 
Nunnally J H 

37 Mueller L A ' 
The Dresden 

38 Muse G H Clothing Co 

39 Plymouth Rock Pants Co 
39^Glenn*Photo Stock Co 



BOOKS AND STATIONERY 

PIANOS, ORGANS, ETC. 



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A large aud well selected stock of Musical 
Merchandise. 

Price Oscar 

Roe A E , 

Smith H H 

Rankin Nicholas Glass Co 

Dorsey Brewster & Howell 

40 Regenstein & Co 
40^-44^ Atlanta Photo Co 

Thornton J A 
Stiles C A 
Jackson R G 
Thomas Julian P 
Hinman T P 
Holliday R A 
Foster Victoria A 
Sugarman Mrs M 

41 Anderson J A & Co 

43 Simon & Frohsin 
43jStewart G D 

Industrial Mut Aid Socy 
Greene C C 
Amster Dr Ludwig 
Sims Dr Frank H 

44 Hirsch Bros 

45 Ryan Mary 

46-50 Dougherty D H & Co 

V. H. KRIEGSHABER, 

&il!LWii7& BUILDING miES. 

Windsor Asbestos Cement Plaster, Asbes- 
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Fire Brick, Etc. 
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47 Stevens J P & Bro 
47J^Lavvshe Er 
'Carpenter L D 
Holtzman Abraham 
Camp Felix 
49 Kreisle Alexander 
49jCogswell Elizabeth N 
'Morgan H G 

51 Pickert A F 

52 Kutz M 

53 O'Connor & Malone 
54-56 Rich M & Bro 
55 Stilson F J 
55^Martin E W 

"Quillian F A 
Collier H L 
Ashton M L mgr 
Thomas E G 
Owens Photo Gallery 
Odair Mrs Agnes 
Paulen Madam 

57 Watts J R & Co 

58 Crandall Chas 
58^Edwards & Son 
61 The R.yan Co 
62-64 Keely Co 
64^Crist M Z 

"Adler M C 
Gresham Mrs A B 

63 Jacobs Eugene J 
Bornemann A S 
Venable John 

63iMcRae F W 
Browne W G 
Schumann Theo 
Kline Dr Rufus R 
Davis Edward C 



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Candies, made fresh every day. 
CEO. CARROW, 
100 Whitehall Street. 



The Choicest and Finest Brands 

91d Oicu Pepper, Old Crow Wliiskiei 

ssd Ckoieeat Wines and Brsndiei 
Direct Imported. 

11 and 18 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Streets. Tel 420. 

Kennedy J P 

Lind E G 

Hunter intersects, 
65-67 High J M & Co 
66-68 Chambl'n Johns'n & Co 
66^Lichenstadt M L 
'Heery DOC 

Morgan E T 

Robinson W C 

Foote M, Jr 

Bosworth J M & D B 

Central Pub House 

Field J P 

Holyroyd Miss Sarah 

Frazee Orion 

Luther D E 

Smith F P 

Bigby, Reed & Berry 

American Baptis Pub Co 

Presby Home Missions 

Smith D & Son 

Whatley Mrs G 

Robinson Mrs L 

Reeves H E 

69 Delkin A L Co The 
69|Smith Peter Francisco 

Suttles J B 
Reid & Stewart 
Carlton Paul V 
Gaines W W 

70 Kaufman S 
7o^Link J A 

Jones & Parker 
Ray Lavender 

71 Wheeler &W Mfg Co 
Columbian Book Store 
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JEWELERS, 

Wholesale and Betdll. 

LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALL. ST. 

WHITEHALL— Continued 
73^Patterson G W f 

Forster Thomas S 
74-78 The Fair 

75 Grt Atlantic & Pac Tea Co 
77 Haverty M 
774White S S Dental Mfg Co 

Thompson J S 
79-81 Gramling & Nisbet 
80-90 Grant House 
80 Morgan D 
82 Snelling H A 
83^Lycett Wm 

Condon Mrs L 
84 Snider L 
S5-87 Wood & Beaumont S,j& 

F Co 
86 Hightower J B & Co 
86^Grant House 
88 Dohme & Corrigan 
89-91 Douglas Thomas & Co 
90 Hoyt W R 

92 Lieberman & Kaufmann 

93 Maier & Berkele 

94 Brown Charles 

95 Lynch Peter 

96 Steinhauer J F 
96^Sugarnian Louis 

97 Dittler Alex 

98 Memphi Stove Co 

99 Finley W R, c 
99jGiles J A 

100 Boylan & Fagan 
Garrow Geo 

10 1 Benjamin & Cronheim 
loi^Giddings C G 

"Crichton L M 
Divine K C 



Duncan J W 

LoveTD 
102 Smith & Dozier 

Stovall O 
io2piiller H F 

Christian Ptg Co 

Paris & Co 

VanG.oidtsnoven E 
Mitchell intersects. 

04 Glover W B & Co 
o4^Woolley B M & Co 

05 Brotherton W H 

06 Rogers L W 
08 Sawtell T R 
10 Vittur Charles 
lo^Sanders Mrs Belle 

12 McSweeney J W 

13 Vacant 

14 McNeal W S 

15 Adams J 
Clark A L 

16 Boston Dye House 

17 Singer Mfg Co 
i7|Gilbert Miss Mary E 

Peoples Party Paper 

18 Walton T R 
i8jMcFadden Mrs Julia 

19 Kenny C D 

21 Standard S M Co 

22 Ubeley L 
22 Brady J D 

24 Laird Wm 
24jCloud W B 

Applin E J 

25 Kreis J 

25 Franklin Herman 

26 Johnson W E 

27 Clemmons J A 



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128 Cottingham J D 

131 Fugazzi A 

133 Rauschenberg C A & Co 

135 West W H 

Trimble O M 
137 Stowers T J & Co 
i37jCooke Bros 

139 Tye J & Co 

140 Wiley W D & Bro 
i4oiKinnear John 
i42''Mitchell I S 

Trinity ave intersects. 
Trinity M E Church 
48 Chamberlin E P 

54 Reese E C 

55 Pinkston S 

56-158 Brunswick House 
57 Adams Jacob 
59 Frank Harry 

61 Zachry J M 

62 Cook J H 

63 Steinheimer David 

64 Fischer J A 

67 Jones Specialty Co 

68 Fresh B 

[69 Wathan Mrs R 
70 Openshaw J W 
73 Hopkins J R 

76 Fischer & Adamson 
Gamett intersects. 

77 Fincannon Mrs E L 

78 Kemp A P & Co 

79 Westmoreland I, c 

80 Model Bakery 
:8i Lee Hop 

83 Morton A F 

84 Jackson Mrs E M 

SEWER PIpT 

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Telephone 878. 



TRIPOD " FfllMT • CO., 

MANUPACTURERS OF 

READY MIXED PAINTS 

Graining and Oil Colors, 

White Lead,l-CoitCuriagePaiBti,&c 

Factory, 375 Decatur Street. 

Office 56-58 Marietta Street. 

189 Kiser J B 

190 Ryan John 

191 Jones J G 

193 Clark Mrs Ernestine 
195 Dowdell R M 

198 Cunningham Mrs S C 

199 Hook Mrs S 

203 Steinheimer J 

204 Moore J W 
207 Abbey M E 

209 Schuyler & Co 

210 Johnson Rev T J 

Brotherton intersects. 

211 Platten J J Jr 

212 PittTW 

217 Platten J J Jr 

Fomiwalt commences. 

221 Love T D 

222 Ammons WW . 
224 Roberts G B 

227 Kuhrt H G 

233 Heinz Charles 

234 Middlebrook T J 

236 Schwamm Samuel 

237 Love W A 

240 Johnson O B 

241 Cole S H 

245 Liebman Isaac - 
249 Abraham August 
Fair intersects. 
Cooper commences, * 

256 Steiner Albert 

257 Benjamin Morris 

261 Haskell WW 

262 Regenstein Julius 

265 Albright Mrs M 

266 Dodd Philip 
269 Woodruff J W 




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Nos. 15 and 17 Whitehall St. 



WHITEHALL— Continued 
270 Rosenfeld Abram 

274 Cerf Edgar 

275 Foote T A 

S. Forsyth ends. 
Wmdsor commences. 
279 Smith H L 
283 Barnes J J 

287 Prince J T 

288 Ross Mrs M E 

292 Thompson Mrs J W 

293 Morgan David 

294 Thompson Edward 
296 Magnan C L 

300 Wilden A H 

301 Steinheimer I' 
304 Mobley R L 

307 Deibald S , 

308 Marks S 

310 Rhodes C H 

311 Wellhouse Mrs F 

314 Johnson WE 

315 Champion M L 
318 Dugger J M 
322 Young P G I 
328 Clarke Morris 

332 Davies F B ' ' 
Tanner^s alley intersects. 

333 Schane J t 

339 Combs J J ' : 

340 Daniel J S 

344 Bloodworth J G i 

348 Morris G W | 

349 Rosser E B I 
352 Doyle J H 

355 Burge C H 
358 Maddox J E 
362 Richardson F M 



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367 Thomas L P 

368 Berkele John 
371 Bluthenthal A 
375 Beermann H C 

Hood commences. 
382 Selig Emil 

384 Kleinert Mrs M 

385 Daniel A G 
Francis T S 
Menko Mrs C 
Perkins Mrs M V 
Fuld Joseph 

394 Owings J D 

395 Smith J S 

398 Vacant 

399 Hightower J D 

402 Wiley A J 

403 Vacant 

405 Raleigh A L 

406 Nipper J D 

409 Greene W D 

410 Eadymis M A 

Smith commences. 
415 Evers J F 

418 Merry E C 

419 Forbes Walter T 
422 Meyer L 

425 Dickson T T 

426 Motes C W 
429 Erskine Wm 
432 Smith O A 
438 Maddox J J 

McDaniel intersects. 

445 McGaughey W G 

446 Wells L C 
448 Formby H, c 
450 West Isabelle, c 



Dixie 



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This powder Is made of the pnreet cream of 
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451 Harrell Mrs D E 

457 Butler W W 

460 Morris J A ,^ . 

463 Mitchell Mrs J 

464 Broomhead J S 

466 Woodward W I 

467 Johnston Mrs M G 
470 Foster T S 

475 Johnson R J 

476 Cook J E 

480 Vacant 

481 Textor P 
487 O'Rear W H 
490 Barker B 

Smith W P 

Winn A P 

White R L 
Humphries intersects. 
497 Helms C W 
500 Brantly A H 

Ref Presby church 
510 Barnard Mrs M F 

E T V & G R R intersects. 
519 Baker Mrs B 
524 Shipley Miss Lula 
531 Almand F M 
535 Percival Mack S 
541 Ferguson W W 
543 Vacant 

561 James C W 

562 Heath AT- 

Ocmulgee intersects. 
565 Beaupre W R 
576 Brown H C 

591 Malsby J D 

592 McMaster M 
600 McAllister J T 




The Dresden, 

F/ne China, Crocker/, Glassware, 
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The most extensive stock in the 
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604 Loyd N S 
608 Loyd W S 
612 Banks J, c 
618 Jones Annie, c 
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dividing Wards 5 and 6. 
9 Pappa J H 

Meeks W H 

Sharp R S 

Cain intersects. 

Smith H A 

Pitchford Daniel 

Dill W F 
28 Cook J W 
30 Vacant 

Harris intersects. 
32 Vacant 
47 Howard C, c 
52 Macon L, c 
54 Hawkins G W 
64 Cooper J T 

Baker intersects, 
'j'j Mehaffey R L 
78 Hamilton L E 
81 McDade W C 
85 Hollis J B 
89 Anderson E R 



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Leather and Rubber 

Hose, Packing, Ac. 
47 and 49 S. Broad Street 

WILLIAMS— Continued 
'90 Sexton A L 

Simpson intersects. 
91 Patterson SB 
95 McClung J F 

Powers ends. 
Alexander intersects. 
124 Ray C B 
136 Taylor Qeorge ' 

140 Clayton G A 

Mills intersects. 
148 Schmid Frank 
154 Patterson AM 

Parker intersects. 

159 Martin George, c 

160 Key A J 

162 Tarver S, c 

163 Bland M, c \ , . 

164 Phinizy'*H, c 

165 Williams L. r 

166 Martin R, ^ 

167 Stiles L, ^ 

170 Thompson Wiley, c 

171 Hill R, c 

HnnnicuU intersects. 
Pine intersects. 
211 McWhorter W A 

MerriiVs ave intersects. 
254 Younge Ben, c 

Linden intersects. 
266 Stroud Jack, c 
268 Clcmons G, c 
272 Logan Frank, c 
276 Edwards W, c 
278 Ledford W, c 
280 Rodgers Joseph, c 
284 Wright Armon, c 
Baptist Church, c 



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WILLOW, from North ave to 
Cox, I eof Courtland, Ward 6. 
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WILSON, Bellwood, 3 w of 
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WILSON, from Fort e to 
Hilliard, i s of Highland ave, 
Ward 4. 

13 Bonner G 

15 Daniels P 

19 Jones W 



WINDSOR, from Whitehall at 
junction of Forsyth, s to 
limits, Ward 2. 
12 Kabfman S 1 

16 Vacant 

Woodward ave commences. 

21 Elder Mrs M R 

22 Barksdale C R 

23 Robinson J L 
32 Bostwick W H 

Orange ends. 
38 Wilkins Samuel 

41 Boynton H A 

42 Bickart Leo 

49 Bell J L 

50 Thanhouser Samuel 
53 Murray J W 

Rawson intersecU. 
63 Franklin J H 









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69 Harper T 

77 Steele W B 

78 Heflin C H 
S^ Law H M 
85 Griffin R L 

Eugenia commences. 
Tompkins N C 
Klein Daniel 
95 Davidson J S 

Hood commences. 
10 Simmons Henry, c 

13 Coolidge F H 

14 Crosthwait H C 

15 Kennedy R L 

20 Hudson R N 

21 Burkett Ira E 

25 Martin A W 

26 Corbally J A 

Fidton commences. 
29 Carlisle J C 
33 Shropshire I S 
37 McLeod J A 

39 Ferris P S 

40 Fisher A C 

43 Johnson W \ 

44 Collins J D 
48 Street G T 
58 Maddox C K 

Richardson intersects. 
89 Hill C P 

Crumley intersects. 
98 Hudson W O 
2od Cottingham J D 
210 Melton R J 
212 Denton R W 
214 Hutchinson John D 
220 Waters V 



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PIM & TAYLOR 

—CONTRACTORS IN— 

Raising and ffloving guildinga, 

Brick or Frame Buildings Handled with 

Perfect Safety. Special F«cilitie8 

for Moving Heavy Articles. 

Telephone 844. 21>^E. Alabama. 

Glenn intersects. 

238 Revere Lula, c 

239 Long Rufus, c 

242 Myers Carrie, c 

243 Long Frank 

246 Betts Milton, c 

247 Robertson Wm, c 

248 Roberts Annie, c 

249 Thergood Wm 

250 Peacock Henry, c 

251 Osborn Jim, c 

252 Johnson A A, c 

253 Reed Frank, c 

257 Arnold H, c 

258 Col Baptist Church 

259 Robinson Corinne, c 

260 Grimmick H, c 

261 Maxwell Mary,r 

262 Jackson Emanuel, c 

263 Harris Sim, c 

266 Bassett H R, ^ 

267 Hill Frony, c 
Georgia ave intersects. 

270 Gardner L, c 
272 Arnold H, c , 

Eads commences. 

304 Robinson F, ^ 

305 Pear W A 

308 Peek Gilla, c 

309 Dennison — 
313 Poyas J H 

317 Harris D S 

318 Dennard B U 
321 Willis B F 

327 Jackson — 

328 Laird A L 

Stephens commences. 
344 Meigs Mrs M F 



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WINDSOR— Continued 

428 Boy Ian D 

430 Boatfield J S 

436 Vacant 

440 Ware G H K 

442 White J L 



WINSHIP ALLEY, between 
Spring and Williams, from 
Cain to Harris. 



WOOD, from E Fair to Wood- 
ward ave, I e of Thomas. 



WOODSON, from Love s to 
Little, I e of Garden, 
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63 Whitemerth Mrs A S 
McDougall R H ^ 

WOODWARD AVE, 
Windsor e to city limits 
e Fair, Wards 2 and 3. 
5 Werber C A 
9 Thomas Geo 
Butt W P 
Masseling J W f 
Hunter J K | 

Coleman Mrs M F 
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29 Pomeroy Mrs A L 
37 Allen Mrs ME - j 
39 Currier H M ': 

41 McClellan Mrs HE 
Beall Mrs S C 

42 Huff L W i 

45 Myers R A 

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Formwalt inten^ects. 

50 Dittler Alex 
62 Harper Mrs M 
66 Grenville Mrs M 
70 Dollar Mrs A 

Pryor inter^ects^. 
94 Gaster Simon, c 
96 Dawkins Elihu, c 

Loyd intersecU. 
TOO Carr Emma, c 
104 Roling Mattie, c 
106 Camp James, c 
109 Houston C M 
no Johnson Edmund, c 
113 Hammonds Charlotte, <: 
115 Arnold Edna, c 

PnUiam intersects. 
Wa.-ih i)}f/ton intersects. 
1 7 1 Taylor C H 

173 Vacant 

174 Vacant 

177 Eddins C W 
179 Miller Frank W 
Crew interse<tts. 

195 Quillian WE 

196 Weaver W D 

201 Palmer W M 

202 White W J 

203 McCullough P J 

204 Davis B C 
206 Davis E D 
208 Obear G S 
210 Bones J W 

Capitol ave intersects. 
229 Allen A M 

233 Brady Mrs Kate 

234 Forsyth S W 



V. H. KRIEGSHABER, 

mim & BuiLDiNd mm 

Terra Cotta, Pressed Brick, 

Kinnear's Steel Ceiling, Bostwick Steel 
Lath, Etc. 
Telephone 535. No. 8 N. FORSYTH. 



W.S.MgNEAL'S 



PAINT AND GLASS STORES, 

114 & 116 Whitehall Street. 
Sells Lubricatinsr and Machine Oils. 



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238 Hollis Mrs H J 

239 Moses B F 

240 Noah S C 
242 Mallard W J 

245 Bowden E H 

246 Butt J M 

249 Huff L W 

250 King James R 
265 Bates L T 

267 Hussey J L 

Fraser intersects. 

268 Hall T O 

269 Walker Wm 

272 Dorn A W 

273 Woodside R W 

Baker's al commences. 

274 Holmes A B 
276 Alsabrook J L 
279 Meyer H 

283 Smith Lucy, c 
287 Ford Charles, c 

Terry intersects. 

290 Vacant 

291 Scott Mahala, c 

Martin intersects. 
305 Watters J C 
310 Haygood Sallie, c 
312 Walker Wm, c 

318 Davis Mrs E 

319 Elder J H 

320 White J P 

321 Hill M M 

322 Lafitte J A 
329 Moore Mrs C I 

331 Walker Mattie, c 

332 Catley M A 

333 Echols Noah, ^ 



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11 and 13 Mitchell and 78 and 80 
Broad Streets. 

Telephone 420. 

King ends, 

344 Tennyson M, c 

345 Bradbury Miss M H 

Werner commences. 

348 Hurt Mrs M A 

349 Wells A P 

350 McDonald T 
355 Furse M 

Connally intersects. 
Kelly intersects. 

380 Edens Rev J F 

381 Young Mrs Martha 
384-386 Palmer J W 
385 Wellborn J V 

389 Gaar W S 

390 Crow T S 

395 Rogers Clara, c 
397 Dennison E, c 

Hill intersects, 
419 Mosteller J L . 

421 Moore E P 

422 Goddard G C 

423 Benson P 
425 Terrell W J 
429 Watts W B 

433 Bethea W E 

434 Hanes Mrs Ella 
437 Collier J T 

439 Toy J H 

443 Kershaw Mrs E 

444 McDonald J T 

447 Rea W S 

448 Glazier F H 

453 Polk J K 

454 Perrin W B 
458 Land M W 

Grant intersects. 
465 Belden W J 



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JEWELERS, 

Wholesale and Retail. 

LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES. 

69 WHITEHALIi ST. 

WOODWARD AVE— Cont'd 
468 Hill Mrs D P 
470 Maddox Mrs F T 
474 Gaar T A 
479 Woods F A 
483 Parkins F A 
493 Harrison A F 
498 Dorsey H i 

Guliatt infersects. 
502 Turner W M 

506 Bone W H ^ 

507 Byron MB 

508 Diehl A L l 

509 Battey Mrs E V ^ 
511 Smith A E 

513 Joey J W 

514 Wynne R S 1 m 
526 Beatie W H | 
530 Rouser F G 

Thomas intersects. 

543 Morgan Mrs Lucy 

547 Fears J T 

549 Pittman A H 

553 Pittman F A 

556 Lamport G H 

557 Killian A B j 
560 Porter J N \ 

563 Terry G W A 

564 Stephens G W 
568 Vernoy W A 
571 Moss A J 

Park ave intersects. 
S Boulevard intersects. 
654 Hill S 
658 Martin R L 
662 Trouton W T 
66S Fallon J C 
672 Stanley L S 



Berean ave intersects. 
680 Mitchell J W 
682 Morgan D N C 
684 Newman Leflerts 
686 Stone Leonidas 
688 Teem N J 
690 Vacant 
692 McCord J C W 
694 Garrett Mrs Katie 
696 Blankenship J A 
698 Quinn E C 

Borne intersects. 
700 Nunn C W 
702 Crawley Mrs A E 
704 Dobson N 

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132 Bradbury J M 
136 Summers F J 
140 Reeder D J 
144 McDaniel G 
148 Sentell G 
156-158 Harmon G B 
179 Hay R 

187 Stovall A C 

188 Corrie A J 
193 Read A W 
200 Bone W H 
204 Tucker A S 



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YONGE, from Decatur n to 
Wheat, I e of Hilliard, 
Ward 4. 

Wall hp asl Dscoratioss. 

MONCRIEF & CO. 

Telephone 402. 

8 South Broad St. 



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HUMPHREYS GASTLEMAN 



STOCKS, B0ND5, 

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13 East Alabama Street. 



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THE MERGANTlLE AGENGY 



ESTABLISHED 1841. 



R. G. DUN & CO. 



ATLANTA, GA. 



John A. DoisIavan, 



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THE 0LbE5T N/ITISN/IL P/INK IN ATLAWTA. 




National Bank, 



IVo. lot^O. 



AXL-ANXA, GBORGIAt 



apital, $150,000.00. Surplus and DndiYidelProfits, $210,000.00. 

JAMES SWANN, president. ' PAUL ROMARE, vice- president. 

C. E. CURRIER, CASHIER. 



Transacts a general banking busine'^s; deals in foreign and don»estlc exchange; 
(lOvernment bonds bought and sold ; superior facilities for making collections on this 
city and on all accessible points in the South, at the lowest rate of Exchange, and re- 
mitted for promptly on day of i)aymeut. Accounts of Hank:^, Bankers, Merchants and 
others solicited. All correspondence receives our immediate attention. 



Regular Correspondent, Pourtb Maiion^^l BzinKt New'YorK* 

J. W. ENGLISH, J AS. R. GRAY. EDW. S. PRATT, J NO. K. OTTLET, 
President. Vice-President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier, 

American Trast & Banking 

COMPANY, 



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Capital, $500,000. Surplus, $35,000. 

L'ABILITY SAME AS NATIONAL BANKS. 




DIREICTORS 



W. P. Inman, Joel Hurt, J. R. Gray, Edw. C. Peters, 

W. A. Bussell, P. H. Harralson, M. C. Kiser, Jas. W. English, 
C. C. McGdhee, W. J. VanDyke. Geo. W. Blabon, Philadelphia. 



Xew York Correspondent: American Exchange National Bank. 

Philadelphia Correspondent : Independence National Bank. 



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] . ... ATKINSON, 
President. 



JNO. W. GRANT, 
Vice-President. 



THOS. C. ERWIN, 
Cashier. 



SOUTHERN * BANKING * & * TRUST i COMPANY 

OF ATLANTA, 



[Organized 1890.] 

Capital paid in $300,000.00 

Surplus 20,000.00 



This Company does a general Banking business, and 
fiolicits the accounts of banks, bankers, corporations and 
individuals, andextends to its customers every accommoda- 
tion consistent with sound banking. 

Issues its own bills of exchange on all the principal 
cities of Europe and the Orient. 

'Correspondence solicited, and prompt attention 



6END US YOUR BUSINESS. 



guaranteed. 



[ ? NftTiONALTTOHTINiTBLDG- HTlOIN | ASS%] > 



OF ATL-ANTA. 
OFFICE: 47 NORTH BROAD STREET. 



Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Georgia. 



AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, S25.000.00a 
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, SGOO.OOO' 



, OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF THE COMFMY: 

A. Mc D. WILSON, Atlanta, Ga., Wholesale Grocer President. 

A. S. SEALS, Greenesboro, Ga , Wholesale Grocer, 1st Vice-President. 
J. R. COLLINS, Atlanta, Ga., Pres. Home Bank,... 2d Vice-President. 

HARVEY JOHNSON, Atlanta, Ga., Secretary. 

OSCAR DAVIS, Atlanta, Ga., Treasurer. 

<\ A. READ, Atlanta, Ga., Attorney. 

K. A. tOPELAN, Greenesboro, Ga., Banker. 



READ &c BRANDON, 
CeneralSCounscl. 



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Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co, 



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Purely f^utual. Incorporated 1847< 



Assets Jan 1st, 1892, * - - - - $18,551,388.30 

Ratio of Expenses-r-1891 — to NEW business, 
Ratio of Assets to Liabilities, - . - - 



2.9i7, 



114% 



One of the oldest, strongest and best of all Companies doing business 
in the United >tates. 

A Record Unparalcllcd. Not One Death Claim 
ever Contested in 45 Years of Business. 

Issues the best forrps of Policies^ all of which are eibsoluiely 
incontestable ^fter two years, (iives pa^i^ up insurance and ex- 
tension privilege after two years. Will loz^n fponey to Policy 
bolters after t^ree years. Osb surrender vzilues after five 
years. Oivi<ien^S paid annually beginning the first year, and 
increase regularly from year to year. 

For particlars, blotters, calendars arid general irifor- 
rr\atior\ regarding irisurarice, call Upon or address 

A. H. A\ERRILL, ©epM Agept, 

41i Peachtree St., Atlanta. 



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GET ''■ PARROTT, 

PRESIDENT. 



C. A. COLLIER, 

VICE-PRESIDENT. 






JACOB HAAS, 

CASHIER. 



BANK. 



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CHPITHL, 
SURPLUS, - 
UNDIVIDED PROFITS, 



$500,000 

100,000 

- 10.000 




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



Personal attention piven to all business, and the best service rendered ourj)atron8 
ill xho treatment of their favors. Special attention {riven to collections in this S^ate 
and all over the United States. Buy and sell Hills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ire- 
laud, Germany, France and on all foreign countries. 



\VM. I. WOODWARD. 



EDWIN WILLIAMS. 



WOODWARD / WILLIAMS. 

Real Estate, 

. 14 SOUTH BBOAD STREET, 
DEALERS IX ALL. Ki:\DS OF REALTY. 



LOANS NEGOTIATED ON 

CITY AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY. 

Special Attention to Collection of Kents. 
Telephone 557. Lots for Sale at Manchester. 



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MARYLAND 



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ASSETS, 



OK BALTIMORE. 

- H -"^[- C-^y:-"?^ ' $1,550,0<J0.()() 



Surplus as to Policy-Holders, over 



332,000.00 



Office IN Company's Building.- 
10 South Street, - ' - Baltimore. 



WM. H. BLACKFORD, President 

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CLAYTON C. HALL, Actuary. 

HENRY R. CRANE, Secretary. 

JOHN W. HANSON, Cashier 

F. DONALDSON, M.D., Medical Director. 
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THE special features of this Company to which atten- 
tion is directed are : 
Ist. The security of the Insurance granted, by 
jeason'of the solid character of its investments, its 
large surplus,* and tjie rigid care in the selection of its risks. 

2nd. The reputation of the [Company for honorable 
dealing with its policy holders, and the payment of all claims 
against it without delay or litigation. 

Before insuring your life write for the documents of 
this Company, which will explain its plans, etc. 



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BaY? Pa^CH^gB M0NEY pJFEg. 



Apply to 



ED WD. C. PETEBS, Pres., or JOHN K. OTTLEY. Cash., 
at Peters Iiend Oo. at American Truet & Banking Co. 



JOHN M. GREEN^ President. 



ANTON L. KONTZ, Act g Cashier. 



@@aifflereiaT Sraueretrs 




SAVINGS BANK, 



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BEFORE INSURING. YOUR LIFE 



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By this plan not onl y are the dependent ones provided for in case 

of death, but provision for the later year s of the 

insured himself is made, if he lives. 



The people are demanding this kind of insurance, so that all tlie 
leading companies arp endeavoring to give them policies that contain at 
least some of the principles of our plan. But there is no plan yet so 
simple as the Life Rate Endowment, such as the Umon Centbai. lias 
been issuing for so m^ny years past. = ' / 

We simply charge the ordinary life rate, the same as charged by 
this or any other company; the policy-holder pays the same amount 
each year, the dividends- with all the accumulations remaining with tlie 
Company to the credit of each policy. In other words, we keep an 
individual account, in a business way, with eacU policy, taking the 
premiums paid, and all its share of interest and all proflis of every 
description, and from this deducting each policy's share of the death 
losses and expenses, ?ind when the policy has become self-sustaining, or 
when the policy has become matured we pay it in full. We never make 
any partial settlements; our policies, whether paid at death or maturity, 
are paid in full for the whole amount insured. It is not every one who 
can afford to pay the ordinary life rate for a policy, either with limited 
payment or otherwise, so our Life Kate Endowment Policies are witliin 
the reach of all, and there is no other company in the field that issues a 
policy of the same kind that will be paid in full as an Endowment in the 
same time and at the same price, nor one in which the profits are so 
large. j 

T. H. P. BLOODWORTH, 

l'7 1-2 MARIETTA ST. general agent. 



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IMCORPOKATED 1887. 



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' or ATLANTA, GA. 
E^njitable Building, Corner Pryor Str& Edgewood Avenue. 



Successors to W. M. & R. J. LOWRY. Bankers. 



CflPITHL PHID IN 
SURPLUS - 



$350,000.00 
70,000.00 



. .; Gonimenced Business, under State Charter, May 1, 1868. 



ROBBRTy. tpWRY, pr^st. . THOS. D. -r\EADOR, ^ice-Prest. 

-;OS. T. ORf\B, Ca^sbicr. 



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PRCSIOCNT. 



OSCAR DAVIS, 

CASHIER. 



HOME BANK 

OF ATLANTA, GA. 

47 NORTH BROAD ST: 

CONDUCT A GENERAL LOAN 

AND DISCOUNT BUSINESS. 
MONEY TO LEND ON CITY 

REAL ESTATE AND 

APPROVED COLLATERAL. 



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©F B»^¥F®KD, C®JSJS., 

Has received froni its Policy-Holders $40,000,000. 

Has paid its Policy-Holders $33,000,000. 

fir\d T\0MJ l\olds for future paya^^nts 

i over $10,000,000. 

Ttie Plans of ttie " Old P^ioenix" furnisl\ Honeat Imu- 

rarice arid Moderri Features at ttje I,o\^- 

est Possible Cost. 

Special Hgerits Waited. Liberal Coritracts ^6ittl\ tl\e 

riql{t xiieri. 

CHfiS. S. RRNRLL, Gen. figent. Office 28, Old Capitol. 






Home Office, Atlanta, CeorKia. 



CHPITHL, $5,000,000. SHARES, $100.00 EHCH. 
Assets over $ 1 ,000,000.00. 

! OFFICERS : 

HEtVRY L. ATWATER, President. A. J. OBMB, Vice Pr^ andMer Loan nent 

L. J. LAIRD, Manager of Agenciee. ELLIS « GRAY, General Ck>H]i8«l 

ILLUSTRATIONS : 



Investment «1,000 at maturity 

Estimate of the Cost and Profit on Ten 
Shares. 

Membership Fee f lo 00 

Eighty-three months at $6 498 00 

Total cost in 7 years 508 00 

Value at end of 7 years 1,000 00 

Lesscost 508 00. 



Loan, tl,000 in Caab. 

Membership Fee for 20 shares . . . . | 20 00 
Monthly dues, f 12.00 per month 

for 83 months 996 00 

Interest, i6 per month for 82 mos. 410 00 



$1.4i6 00 
Amount obtained in the begin- 
ning in cash i,ooo 00 

E^imated cost of loan, only 426 00 

Probable rental value of a $1,000. 00 

house $12. 50 per month 1,050 00 

Actual cost to borrower «26 00 



Profits S 492 00 

For 20 shares multiply above results by 
2; for 50 shares, by 5 ; 100 shares, by 10. Showing a clear profit to borrower $ 624 Oq 

It will be seen from the above illustration that the member has repaid his loan on 
easy monthly installments (17.00 per month) ; become his own landlord at the beein- 
nrnp, and not only saved his usual monthly outlay for rent, but acquired a home at an 
actual cost of 15 cents per day. 

For full particulars call on or address 

Home Oface. Corner Deeatar and Pryor Sts. Atlanca, Oft, 



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United States Life Insurance Co. 

In llie €itv of I\c%¥ York. 



HECORD FOR 1890. 

Increase in Assets. Increase in Policies Issued. 

i^ncrease In Surplus. Increase in Business Written. 

Increase in Insurance in Force. 



GFO. H. BURFORD, President. 
C. P. FRALEIGH, Secretary. 



A. l¥HEi:L^rRIGHT, Ass't Sec'y. 
1¥1?I. T. STANDEE, Actuary. 



Examine the manifold advantages of the 

'• XjO-wt ISA.TE XESei^ I=LAiT," 

of this Company. It is easier to place insurance on this plan than on any plan ever 
beiore offered, and the policy itself is the most liberal and equitable contract consis- 
tent with recognized business principles. The marked success already achieved by 
thi» I'lan shows that it fills a want long felt by the insuring public. 

The Company also issues all approved forms of insurance. 

Policies are non-forf citable and indisputable. Claims are paid immediately on 
presentation of proofs. 

Offices of Soutbern Department: 50 Marietta St., opposite Post-Office. 

F. B. SHEPARD, Manager. 

SOiHETHII^C} iliElV. 



A COMBINATION OF A SPECIAL 
TERM POLICY OF 

She FiDBLiiPY CQuo^ual Liipb fISS'N, 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

(Surplus, 93oo,ocx>, and a Guarantee Fund. 
$7oo,oc»; Total, $i,ooo,oooJ, 

AND A 

CHMUL^I'IVE B0P 

OF THE 

LXOMBAI^D INYBSIPMBNT ©OMPANY 

[Capital, $4,000,000.] 

The Union Trust Company of Philadelphia, 

TRUSTEE. 

(Paid-up Capital, $1,000,000). 

Premiums 25 per cent, less than other Companies. Cash Guarantee Surrender value 

30 per cent, more than other Companies. 

NOTE— The Duplex Assurance Bond is sold exclusively by The Fidelity Mutual Life 
Association, 914 Walnut Street. Philadelphia, Pa. All inquiries should be addressed to 

Fidelity Mutual Life Asso^n, Equitable Building. 
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DEPOSIT YOUR SPARE MONEY 



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Atlanta Trust and Banking 

■ COMPANY, 

CORISTER PrYOR & ALABAMA STREETS. 



Deposits of $1.00 and upwards received. 



DIREICXORS. 



W. A. Hrmpliill, A. Richardson, Hugh T. Inman. 

E. C. Spaldinor, J. CarroU Payne, A. J. Shropshire, 

A. P. Morgan, II. T. McCord. 



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Gcperzil lovcstrneot Agepcy, 

Loans Negotiated and Securities Bought and Sold, will orgavize 
Syndicates^ and promote industrial enterprises. 

Correspondence Sohclted, References Furnished when Reqnired. 
Have Reliable Connections New York, Chicago and LondoD, England. 

Bocm 22 lEman BIdg., Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA. 



8. T. WKYMAN. 



O. W. CONNORS. 



Weyman & Connors, 



--^CPRIVflTE* BANKERS. 




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Loans made on Collateral. Five Year Real Estate Loans. 

Office 511 Equitable BW5., Atlanta, Ca. 



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THE EMPIRE 



STATE BANK, 

No. 6 North Pryor Street, Kimball House, 

ATLANTA. GEORGIA. 



Lends Money, 
Buys good short time Notes 

and receives Deposits. 



W. C. ROSETTE, 

Real Estate & Renting Agent, 

12 J Piedmont Avenue. 



Special atteution paid to collection of^Rents 



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Trayelers I Insurance I Co. 

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The Largest Accident, and Purely 

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pany in America. 

TAKE NO OTHER . 

BUY INSURANCE, 



Ratiier than Estimated Dividends, 
and let the Company do 
I the Insuring. 

COBB & GRANT, Managers, 

Foe GEORGIA AND ALABAMA. 
28 BROAD $T., - INMAN BUILDING, 

ATLANTA, QA. 



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Connrunptirn 

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Ehenmatism 
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ITervous 

Disorders 



loiiiJ Arcli Street Pl^i tidelplnia Ra 



One hundred and fifty dollars would be a small sum to co- 
ver the daily visits of a first-class physician during a sickness lasting 
from two to three months. 

Fifty dollars would fairly meet that important item of exp- 
ense — medicine. 

Drs. Starkey & Palen's Compaund Oxyj en Home Treatment 

costs in all fifteen dollars, lasting nearly three months, consultation 
during its use being free. 

it is an inhalation rich in healing and revitalizing ozone. 

It is a normal brain food, a nerve nourisher, a blood enricher 
instantly available, immediately assimilated. 

Ordinarily chemical change must take place in a remedy af- 
ter it is introduced into the system, before it can be appropriated. 
This change has, to a larg:e extent, already taken place in the 
COMPOUND OXYGEN TREATMENT. There is nothing to do 
but to inhale it directly to the breathing surfaces. 

A moment after,it is blood. 

You will have no trouble to believe this, if you will read what 
revitalized men and women who have used, it have to say. 

It is no exaggeration to say that one can sit at ease in ones 
home and breathe the ozone of Cobrado and California, without the 
expense or discomforts of a journey to either place. 

THE COMPOUND OXYGEN is a condensation of Oxygen, 
into which other scientific remedial ingredients are introduced. 

An inhalation of this kindly but powerful means of cure quick- 
ens circulation, lagging functions awake to renewed activity, you fill 
both lungs, expand your chest, and perhaps the first time, really 
breathe. The COMPOUND OXYGEN TREATMENT will do 
more for you at less expense than any other remedy to which you 
can resort. 

It lasts you nearly three months; you get strength and renewed 
vitality, your case receives careful consideration, and every sympt- 
om is followed. 

A staff of skillful physicians, attend to this feature of the 
treatment and may be consulted either personally at the office or 
by letter. 

For further information, send for our book of 200 pages, 
sent free. It is a history of COMPOUND OXYGEN and its res- 
ults, with numerous testimonials and records of surprising cures in 
chronic cases. 

Avoid counterfeits and imitations. Any substance made else- 
whare or bv others and called Comoound Oxygen, is spurious. 

DRS. STARKEY & PALEN, 1529 Arch St., Philadelphia, 

San Francisco. Tal.. New York, X. Y. Chicago, Til., Toronto. Canada. 



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CAFACIT7 OF MHTZS, 40 CAS LOASS PZS CA7. 



We Sell to Manufacturers and Dealers, at Mine Prices. 
Car Lots of Steam and Lump 

dELLIGO, GOAL GREEK, LEHIGH, GHOGTAW, 

GORONA, ETNA Z? ST. GLAIR, BLAGKSMITH GOAL 

ETNA, POGAHONTAS AND SODDY GOKE. 

Anthracite Coal In Car Load Lots or by the Carj^o. 



WILSON COAL & LUMBER CO., 



OFFICE, 29 GOULD BDILDIMG. 

ATLANTA, GA. 



We Sell U) Dealers all (trades of Dry or 
(ilreen Roiigrli 

T.iirviBBR, 

Caji Cut to order as Wanted: also. 
Yellow Pine P^looring, Ceiling, 

Weather Boards, Sheathing. 
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.D. lUnDI-ll Ot UU. [Agents. State Agents for Georgia and Alabama, 
CufocMcn to Torb«tt A HeCmndlest, f Caligraph Writing Machines. 

No. 22 Kimball House, Decatur St. J TELEPHONE 72. 



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A ARON FREDERICK, stenographer, bds 73 Wheat 

Abbert see Ebbeii: 

Abbetty see also Abbott 

Abbett Chas E, elk A & F R R, bds Manchester 

Abbett Henry M, Sec & Treas A & W P R R, r Manchester 

'' J Appier, elk Algee Stevens Co, bds Manchester 
Abbey Harriet R, (wid Mason E) r 207 Whitehall 

'• Richard N, trav agt, r 200 N Boulevard 

Theodore H, bkkpr Hirshberg Paper Co, bds S6 E Hunter 




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5 Abbott ^ee also Abbett 

"■ Armstead T (Abbott, Parker & Co), r 41 Wheat 
•' Benj F (B F & Chas A Abbott), r Peachtree road 
'^ Benj F Jr (B F & Chas A Abbott), r Benj F Abbott 
Abbott B F & Chas A, lawyers rms 53-55 Gate City Bnk Bldg 
Charles A (B F & Chas A Abbott), r Peachtree road 
Henry L, policeman, r 300 Formwalt 
John N, policeman, r 45 Tatnall 
Louis L, provisions 68^ E Alabama, r 113 S Pryor 
Miles H (Abbott & McKinney), r 269 Simpson 
o Abbott, Parker & Co, (A T Abbott, P Parker, W A Abbott), 
^ livery, feed and sale stable 53-55 Loyd 

^ " Miss Sibyll, teacher Clark University, r So Atlanta 
Theodore, mach, r Ponder nr 4th 
Waiter, elk D H Dougherty & Co, bds 16 Smith 
Wm A (Abbott, Parker & Co), r 41 Wheat 
Wm L, CDiton broker, r 263 Washington 
W L, elk D H Dougherty & Co, r 16 Smith 
^ Abbott & McKinney (Milo H Abbott, Charles A McKinney) 
furniture, 150-152 Marietta 
Abel Wm Q, mngr Atlanta Gas Light Co, r 42 W Baker 



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Aber Thomas A, civil eng, 843 Equitable bldg, bds 270 Hous- 
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Abercrombie Hugh, sec Clarke Hdw Co, bds 240 Capitol ave 
" Samuel J, wks Gholstin Spring Bed Co, r 21 Culver 
*' Thomas, elk J M High & Co, r 256 E Hunter "^^ 
Abercrombie Wm J, Dpty U S Marshal, r 2 1 Culver 
Aberlie Ernest R, elk, bds 482 Decatur 
Abernathy Drucilla E, (wid W C) r 321 W 3rd 

James L, (J L Abernathy & Co) r 122 Waterhouse 
Joseph M, brkpr I J Cook, bds 22 Bailey 
J L & Co, (J L & T N Abernathy) druggists 276 Decatur 
Manning L, elk C J Kamper Gro Co, r 67 Harris 
Rose I, (widow John H), r 290 Gordon, W E 
Samuel E, bailiff city court, r 488 Jackson 
Thomas N, (J L M)ernathy & Co), r 103 Waterhouse 
Abies Cornelius, brickmSson, r 106 Walker 
Abney Joshua, c, paver pub wks 
Abrahams August, dry goods 4 W Mitchell, r 249 Whitehall 

** Pelet, tailor Douglas, Thomas & Davison 
Abrams BenJ H, special agt & adjuster Liverpool, London & 
Globe, rm 213 Equitable Bldg, r 22 Church 
*' Charles, r, carp, r 15 Jennings al 

STOCKTON A. If IIIJPTf^^^'*'*/'^^- steam and qas finu.L,. 

^■^'^'■^■^'■^ ** IVWrifllJ TIN ROOEINQ. GALVANIZED IRON WORK 

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Superior, 86 Loyd (See adv p 25) 
Acee A Elmore, sten L L McCleskey, bds 34 Forest ave 
** Mrs Martha J, r 34 Forest ave 
" Wallace L, with J M Estes bds 34 Forest ave 
Achey John H, r 388 E Fair 
Acker see also Akers 

Edward W, cond R & D R R, bds 318 E Fair 
Ernest H, yrd master R&DRR, r3i8E Fair 
James W, elk R & D R R, r 89 Grant 
J S, book-keeper, r 71 E Mitchell 
Ackerman Abram K, (Ackerman & Co) r 9 Highland ave 
Charles E, carp r 29 Chamberlin 

Earle, draughtsman Hayden & Wheeler, bds 266 Whitehall 
George W, wks Atlanta Gas Co, r 26 Dunlap 
Ackerman & Co, (A K Ackerman G H Candler) merchandise 

brokers, sou agts Helvetia Milk Co 49J E Alabama 
Acklin John S, bds 79 Lee West End 
Acme Water Elevator and Purifier, Moncrief, Dowman 

& Co, mfgs, 39 J S Broad (See top lines) 
Acree Daniel H, carp VanWinkle G & M Co, r 101 Bush 
James, wks Sou Spring Bed Co, bds 65 Berean ave 



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Acree Thomas, wks Fulton B & C Mills, r 5 Prisock al 
Thomas, carp, r 65 Berean ave 
Wm H, carp, r 19 Berean ave 
Wm M, wks Sou Furniture Co, r 14 Iswald ' 
Actbn Thomas M, r 146 W Baker 
Adair, see ako Odair. 
Adair Alfred E (J T Adair & Son), bds 14^^ Whitehall 

Augustus D (Adair & McCarty), pr*es Furman Farm Im- 
provement Co and Mer &: Mech Bnkg & Loan Co, r 
96 Washington 
Bozeman, gardener, r 48 Sells ave, W E 
Mrs Carrie, music teacher, bds 348 Decatur 
Charles J, yrd cond R & D R R, r 203 E Hunter 
Elizabeth R, (wid Wm F) r 193 Whitehall 
Ernest, elk J T Adair, bds 141^ Whitehall 
Miss Eva B, stenographer Tide Water Oil Co, bds 27 Hood 
Adair Forrest, with G W Adair, r 30 Park W E 
Adair George W, real estate and renting agent 14 E Wall r 
441 Peters 
George W Jr, elk G W Adair bds 441 Peters 
Green B, capitalist 23J W Alabama, r 97 Washington 
Isaac, c, fireman R & D R R r 10 Solomon 




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John, c, driver Stocks Coal Co 

John H, carp r 258 W Fair 

John S, grocer 25 Hampton r same 

John T, (J T Adair & Son) r 14^ Whitehall 

Mrs J T, prop Myrtle House, 14^ Whitehall 

Jordan L, elk J S Adair, bds 25 Hampton 

Joseph A, bds 48 Sells ave W E 

J T & Son, (John T and Alfred E Adair) grocers, ^i Ivv 

Mary, (wid James A) r 31 Hood ' «> / 

Rufus L, carrier P O, r W Hunter beyd limits 

Thomas, c, brakeman E T V & G R R 

Wm L, asst tkt agt W & A R R, bds 150 Courtland ave 

& McCarty, (A D Adair, Geo W and J D McCarty) fertil 

izers, 23^ W Alabama 
s Absalom Q, r 294 Luckie 

Miss Angelyn, prin Boulevard school, r 357 Marietta 
Caeser, c, lab Atl Gas Light Co, bds 40 Newton 
Charles, elk W & A R R, r East Lake 
Charles, tailor J Cook, r Reynoldstown 
Charles, c, cook T G Wilson, r 107 Humphries 
Charles, c, lab, r 8 Victoria 



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Adams Charles E, eng Met St R R, r Pope near Crew 
Adams Charles H, mgr sou dpt Marinette Iron Wks, bds 
Talmadoje House 
Charles M, wks Gholstin Spring Bed Co, r 358 E Fair 
Cost P, watchman W c^- A R R, r 83 Thurmond 
Cy, c, fireman E T V &: R R, r rear 143 McDaniel 
C Eldred, floor walker E M Bass, bds 64 Church 
D T, elk Keely Co, bds 46 E Mitchell 
Edmund, c, driv^er W E Hoyle, r 30 Turner's al 
Eugene, c, lab, bds 256 Mangum 
Eugene F, mach R & D R R, bds 87 Richardson 
Frank, ^, wks E T V G shops, r 12^ Ira 
Frank L, grocer, 299 Mangum, bds" Arlington House 
George W, r Bell wood ave, Bell wood 
George W, c, janitor P P Car Co, r 194 Summit ave 
Gilford, c, brkman E T V G R R 
Hamp, c, porter Ch Vittur 
Henry, c, lab, Atlanta Lumber Co 
Henry, c, wks R c^ D R R, r 14 Gunby 
Adams Henry P, supt Capital City Club, r same 
Adams Hugh B, sec J M Brown, r 78 Piedmont ave 
Hunter \V, wjcs Journal, bds 35 Nelson 



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Adams Jacob, fish, 115 Whitehall, r 157 Whitehall 
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Jasper W, policeman, r 78 Yonge 
John, c, barber, bds 215 Wheat 
John, c, carp, r 60 Richmond 
John H, c, elk J E Asbury, r 72 Humphries 
John P, elk John M Miller, bds 2 Reed 
John Q, retoucher C W Motes, rms 34 Whitehall 
Jonas, c, lab, r loi Green "s Ferry ave 
Joseph P, commissary agt Pullman P C Co, r 95 Ellis 
Laura E, (wid A F), boarding, r 35 Nelson 
Mrs Leonora E, r 357 Marietta 
Levi M, wks Trowbridge Furn Co 
Looney, wks Atlanta Machine Works r 18 Broyles 
Mrs L D, r 98 E Pine 

Miss Maggie E, opr Telephone Exchange, bds 98 E Pine 
Mary, (wid John) seamtress r 8 Cook's Alley 
Mary C, (wid M S) r 52 Old Exposition Grounds 
Mary J, (wid Lorenzo D) grocer 98 E Pine r same 
Mary K, (wid John) r 78 Piedmont ave 
Mattie, c, eating house 313 Peters r same 



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Rev Myron W. teacher Atlanta University, r same 

Oscar, trunk maker, Lieberman & Kaufman • 

Ovid A, brick mason, bds 35 Nelson 

O B, c, collector, bds 72 Humphries 

Pendleton C, watchman W & A R R, bds 85 Thurmond 

Percy H, lawyer, 8^ Marietta, bds 97 N Pryor 

Reuben, c, stamper P O, bds 215 Wheat 

Robert E, night yard master E T V & G R R, r 252 Houston 

Roderick W, c, brick mason, r 128 Hilliard 

Samuel, r, carp, r 187 Connally 

Samuel, c, lab, r 223 Haynes 

S A, fireman E T V & G R R 

Theodore D, elk Keely Co, r Roswell, Ga 

Thomas, carp, bds 243 Love 

Thomas H, carp, bds 59 Leonard 

TG, callboy ET V & G R R 

Wesley, wks Sou Agl Wks 

Wm, wks Sou Agl Wks 

Wm, r, wks Ga Pine Lumber Co 

Wm, c, r 39 Biggers 

Wm B, mach, r Johnson Bellwood 



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Adams Wm Q, bag mstr G P R R, r 294 Luckie 
Wm T, bds 98 E ^^ine 
W V, wks Ga Stove & Raiige Co 
wks Woodward Lumber Co, bds 450 Decatur 

Adamson Annie H, (wid Zachry H) bds 53 Park ave 
A, firemn Met St R R 

A Emery, collector W E Arnold, bds 94 Smith 
Charles Q, (Adamson & Son) r 339 Hill 
Charles Q, jr, elk Adamson & Son, bds 339 Hill 
Judge C, eng W & A R R, r 135 W Hunter 
Robert L, reporter Constitution, bds The Leland 
Thomas C, electrician, r 60 Rawson 
Wm C, wks General Electric Co, r Curran 
Wm E (Adamson & Son, Fischer & Adamson), bds 339 Hill 
Wm R, janitor State Capitol, r 280 Simpson 
& Son (Charles Q & Wm E), groceries 306 Decatur 

Adcock Jane (wid George), bds 206 Spring 

Adderhold J C, cond G P R R 

Addy Thomas F, wks Sou Spring Bed Co, bds 240^ Houston 
** Warner, c, lab Sou Agl Wks, r 18 Maple al 

AdkinSy see also Atkins. 

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George B, foreman At Con St Ry, r 228 Foundry 
James,B, bd? 228 Foundry 
John B, solicitor, r 30 Bradley * [ 

Ollie, c, wksjSpu Furn Co, r 165 Martin ' 
Smith, c, pla^t^rer, r 266 Fort 

Adkinsoriy see also Att^nson. 

Adkinson Ellison Cf, elk, r iii Simpson 
** J F, marshal] r 79 Kennesaw al 

Adler Miss Annie \i, bkkpr Atl Paper Co, r 51 Clarke 
Charles, elk foeely Co, bds 21 Brotherton 
Miss Henrietjtal, elk Miss Mary Ryan, bds 21 Brotherton 
Morris, pres JAtl Paper Co, r 324 S Pryor 
M'^ses, mgr ^at'y dept Atl Paper Co, r 34 Merritts ave 
Mrs M C, dressmaker, 62^ Whitehall, r 34 Merritts ave 
M I., see Atl; Paper Co, r^i Clark 

Adolphus Hosea B,i Capitol Furniture Repair Works, r S Atlanta 
Miss Jennie, aist bk-kpr M Rich & Bro, bds S Atlanta 
Joseph, Prof ;Physiology Ga College Electic Medicine, r S 
Atlanta 1 > 

Aenchbacher Bros, (G A and J L Aenchbaeher) brass and 
iron founders, 295-297 Marietta 

LeSUEUR & RUNGEjaRChitects 

_Z^^ fcwii ^A, ll%#l^\^ki (Boom 41, Old Capitol BuUdin? 

Aenchbacher Gotleib' A, (Aenchbacher Bros) r 320 J.uckie 

*' John L, (Aenchbacher Bros) r 292 Simpson 
Aetna Accident Ins Co, C C Thorn agt, 30 old Capitol bldg 
*' Insurance Co df Hartford Conn, A L Waldo local agt, Hen- 
ry E Ree$ spcl agt, 15 S Broad 
Agricola Charles P, mailing elk Atl Constitution, bds 27 Connally 
" Ed.\vard, elk Atl Constitution, bds 27 Connally 
Fred, plumber Wingate & Mell 
Herman A, baker H R Durand, r 27 Connally 
Herman A, Jr, mach Atl Constitution, bds 27'Connally 
Ahem Morris, tinner Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 
Aiken, see aUo Akin 

Charles F, grocer 231 Green's Ferry ave, r same 
Frank M, brickmnson, r 36 Stonewall 
John, c, bds 156 Piedmont ave 
Robert N, (R N Aiken c\: Co), r 103 S Pryor 
R N & Co. (Robert x\ Aiken & Mrs W G Pasehall), furni- 
ture 522 Decatur 
Westly, c, wks Fulton B ct C Mills 
Wm E, sten E T V & G R R, bds loi Nelson 
Wm F, brickmason, bds 36 Stonewall 
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'* Benj, c, laborer, r 413 Decatur 
'' Ellen, c, eating house 197^ Peters, r same 
Akers F P H, wholesale flour, grain and meal 30 S Forsyth, 
r DeKalb County 
Harrison, c, laborer, r 131 Magnolia 
James K P, elk F P H Akers, r DeKalb Co 
James S, elk S M Inman & Co, r 85 S Forsyth 
John H, (J H Akers & Co) bds 251 W Peaehtree 
J H & Co, (John H Akers) commission 39J N Broad 
Navator S, carp, r 45 Hampton 
S Augustus, elk F P H Akers, bds 251 W Peaehtree 
Wm, with J H Akers & Co, r 251 W Peaehtree 

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" Daniel W, carp, bds 340 Luekie 
Akins Melton, carp, r 32 Bradley 
Akridge George W, grocer, 131 Chapel, r 133 same 

" Jesse, helper Thomas Kirke Mfg Co 

'* Sara J, (wid Thaddeus B), r 225 E Hunter 
Albemarle The, M L Willey, propr, 98 Ivy 
Albert Anna V, (wid J R) boarding 71 W Mitchell 

'• John J, wks Phoenix Planing Mill 

" R L, motorman Atl Con St Ry Co 
Albert William J, lawyer, 2^ Marietta, r 104 E Ellis 



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" John, c, lab, r 74 Walton al 
" Minnie, (wid Albert), r 265 Whitehall 



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Albright Samuel A, plumber steam and gas fitter, 8 \V Wall 

'^'eJ 3?3. r 265 Whitehall, (See corner cards in sts) 
Albright Walter H, (Timme & Albright), r 78 Gilmer 
** Will, ,, lab, r 185 E Harris 
'' William A, -with S A Albright, r 265 Whitehall 
Alcutt, seeaho Oleot. 

" Wm S, baggage master E T V & G R R 
Alday A W; painter W S McNeal 
Alden J Henry, bkkpr J H Gavan, bds 51 Eraser 
Alderman Isaac, carp, r 680 Marietta 

" Lewis, peddler, r no Gilmer 
Aldred Edgar E, elk John- N^eal, bds 105 E Ellis 
Aldredge Allen W, elk R M S, bds 229 Woodward ave 

'' John, bkkpr J F Lester, r 472 :X Boulevard 
Alexander Ad, c, carp, r Augusta ave cor Rawlings ave 
Alex, oculist, r 6 Warren PI 
Alex, r, wks G P R R, bds 529 Marietta" 
Charles, finisher, r Means near Murphy 
Charles, r Bellwood ave, Bellwood 
David W, r, wks P>ank E Block Co, r 163 Reed 
Dennis, c, laborer, r cor Simms and 'University ave 
Fleming, c, driver, bds 367 Rawson 



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Alexander George, c, lab, The Guimarin-Engles Co 
George W, bds 114 Walker 
Henry, c, wks S S Moore, r46 Wells 
Henry, r, car cleaner Ga R R, r 24 John 
Henry, c, wks City of Atlanta, r rear 84 Ivy 
Henry, r, lunches 141 Piedmont ave 
Henry F, contractor, r 24 Irwin W E 
Henry H, c, shoemaker 20 Ivy, r loi Courtland ave 
Henry S, contractor, 114 Walker, r same 
Henry W, wks H S Alexander, bds 114 Walker 
Alexander Hooper (Alexander & Lambdin), bds 43 Walton 
" Isaiah, r, shoemaker 4 Eraser, bds 34 Reed 

James, c, wks Hightower, Rankin & Co, bds 7 Beerman 
James, c, lab, r 40 Gemunden 
James, c, mech, r 34 Reed 
James, r, rockmason, r 45 Reed 
James E, elk D H Dougherty & Co, bds 45 Luckie 
Alexander James F, physician i Luckie, r no Peachtree 
" James N, r, messenger Maj Wm H Echols, bds 122 Yonge 
John, watchman Bellwood crossing, r 445 Luckie 
John, c, butcher, r 413 Terry 
John jr, r, meat 308 Eraser, r 17 8 Little 

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Alexander John, c, wks Gate City Coffin Co, r 272 Fulton 

John T, roadmstr G P R R, bds 445 Luckie 

John W, capitalist, r 271 Cooper 

Joseph, c, lab Van Winkle G and'M Co 

Joseph, c, lab G P R R, r loi Tatnall 

Joseph A, r 497 Peachtree 

Julius M, (J M Alexander & Co) r 223 Peachtree 
Alexander Junius, c, blacksmith, 22 Ivy (Exchange place) 
r 175 Randolph 

J A, office 39J N Broad, r 97^ Peachtree ; - 

J Edward, elk D H Dougherty & Co 

J F, collector Snow Church & Co, r W E 

J M & Co, (Julius M Alexander, Adolph J Brady), hardware 
3-5 S Broad 

Lewis, c, driver A J Spencer & Co, r 105 W Fair 

Major, c, driver C D Kenny, r 435 Richardson 

Mark, c, r 30 Nunnally's alley 

Martin, c, shoemkr A J Delbridge, r 20 Hammock Place 

Miller, c, eating house, r 268 E Fair 

Monte, c, cleaner E T V & G R R, r 349 Ira 

Nelson, c, cook, r 47 George 

Newton, c, lab, r n s Bleckley ave, rear 3 Peachtree 



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Alexander Paul, c, Dorter Swift & Harris, r 481 Fort 

Philip, (Alexander & Willingham ), Sec Fulton Lumber Co, 
bds 6 Warren Place 

Richard, c, lab, r 219 Vine 

Richard, c, lab, r 13 Fain 

Richard, r, wks Sou Furn Co, r 17 Ella 

Robert L, bkkpr R J Griffin, bds 18^ W Mitchell 

Sandy, c, wks Electric Car Co, r 31 Chapel 

Saul, bds 6 Warren PI 

Selina M, (wid Joseph M), r 75 West End ave W E 

Rev Simeon M, c, r 76 Rowe 

Wm G, cond A C St Ry, r 246 E Linden 

W, brakeman A & F R R, r country 
Alexander & Lambdin, (Hooper Alexander & W W Lamb- 
din), lawyers, 20^ E Alabama 

Alexander & Willingham Lumber Co, (P Alexander & 

E M Willingham), 12 Old Capitol Bldg, Tel 1436 
Alford David A, cond A C St R R, r 19 Bradley 
F J, (wid J), r 977 Marietta 

Joseph S, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, r 19 Irwm, W E 
Leonidas E, jeweler F J Stilson, bds 108 Trinity ave 
Luther H, wks Gholstin Spring Bed Co, r 20 Bradley 

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Alford Thomas R, bkkpr Freyer & Bradley Music Co 

" W M, teacher Clark University, r So Atlanta 
Alfred James, wks John M Moore Shoe Co, r cor Exposition 

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Alfriend Edward, office boy 521 Equitable bldg, bds 410 Whithall 
Algee-Stevens Co The, (W E Algee, R G & W H Stevens), rall- 
a way supplies 23 W Alabama 

- f i}^v®o^? ^.X.f}}'^''^''' ^"^ '"^ F R R, r 456 Courtland 
O All W H, wks Willingham &: Co 

H Allan A J, bds 51 N Forsyth ' ' 

'' Wm R, trav F E Block, r 398 Jackson 
AUen^ see also Allyn 

Abner A, watchman Central R R, bds 6 Hill 

Adelie B, (wid Martin A), bds 8 Henry W E 

Alex, r, laborer Atlanta Lumber Co 

Alexander, wks C A Conklin Mfg Co, bds 58 Jones ave 

A exander L, bkkpr Maier & Berkele, bds 23 E Mitchell 

Alexander M, lumber, r 229 Woodward ave 

Alfred, r, wks H Crankshaw Sz Co, r 14 Hills ave 

Allen W, c, porter The Keely Institute 

Amos, c, carp pub wks, res 69 Hilliard 

Andrew, c, carp, r 439 Houston 



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Allen Andrew J, r, porter Kimball House 
" Anna A, (wid C H) r 83 Jenkins 

Augustus G, engineer, bds 272 Decatur 

Rev A A, r, missionary, r 16 Arthur 

Bailey, c; wks So Ex Co, r 122 Magnolia 

Belle, (wid John S A) r 8^ Garden 

Ben H wks C A Conklin Mfg Co, bds 58 Jones ave ' 

B R, bkkpr Maier & Berkele, bds 45 Eugenia 

Charles, bkkpr, bds 61 Fitzgerald 

Charles, c, lab, r 168 E Ellis 

Charles S, eng E T V & G R R, r 677 S Pryor 

Charlton, eng, bds 272 Decatur 

Chester, c, prtr J J & J E Maddox 

David, c, butler 73 Wheat, r 35 Boulevard 

Dickson E, bds 95 Borne 

Doc, c, wks Beach Bros, r 97 Rock 

Doc, r, wks A T|iompson, r Edgewood 

DC, chief elk S H Hardwick, bds Durands restrnt 

Edgar, c, bds 160 Markham 

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Allen Emanuel, c, driver Randall Bros, r Bellwood 

Emma (wid Sebron), r 365 Martin 

Eugene A (wid Cullen A), dressmkr, r 12 Alexander 

Francis M, plumber Beach Bro, bds 132 Capitol ave 

Frank, c, potter M B Avary & Co, r rear 41 Ivy 

Fred, wks Sou Agri Wks 

Frederick L, mer claim agt, r 239 Forest ave 
. F D, ry postal elk, r 12 Luckie 

George, wks Fuller & Robie 

George, c, porter, r 131 Butler 

George P, trav, r 422 Luckie 

Geerge W, car insp A&WPRR, r6 Hill 

George W, mach, r 95 Borne 
Allen George W, Jr, city pass agt Atl & West Point and Wes- 
tern Rlwy of Ala, r 6 Hill 
fames, tel orp, bds 25 Haynes 
fames, c, bellmn Kimball House 
fames, c, wks Sou Belting Co 
fames A, mach G P R R, r Corput 
fames A, fish, 105 Peachtree, bds 51 N Forsyth 
fames B, nght wtchmn Alta Mach Works, r 272 Decatur 
fames C, dry goods, 58 Decatur, r 37 W Moore 




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James M, watchman, r 18 South 

James T, tel opr, bds 8 Henry W E 

Jane, (wid Early) r 37 Savannah 

John, carp, r 64 Bush 

John, r, butler J Schane 

John C, pressman Constitution Job Office, r 6 Henry 

John D, (Brown & Allen) r 37 Woodward ave 

John S, finisher, r 15 South 

Joseph, wks Stephenson & Yarbrough 

Joseph B, watchman State Capitol, r 138 Whitehall 

Joseph R, wks Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills r 24 McDonald 

Judge, c, helper Atlanta Machine Works 

Julia T, c, ass't t'ch'r Morris Brown College, r 387 Houston 

Lee, brakeman E T V & G R R, bds 45 Buena Vista ave 

Lionel R, trav r 73 E Mitchell 

Luke, c, carp, 429 Houston 

Lulu E, (wid G W), r j6 Kennedy 

L Adolphus, r 73 E Mitchell 

Miss Martha, wks Fulton B & C Mills, bds 37 Savannah 

Martha E, (wid William H) r 37 Woodward ave 

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Nathan S, carp, r 26 Luckie -. 

Nathaniel S, bakery, r 23 Cooper 

Ned, c, cook, r 163 Bell 

Paul, elk S M Inman & Co, bds 23 Garnett 

Peter, r, r 160 Markham 

Riley, c, wks Joseph Fuld, r 86 Parker 

Robert, r, waiter B Vignaux, r 288 Wheat 

Samuel, r, lab, r 42 Yonge 

Miss Sarah A, r 153 Marietta 

T S, brakeman E T V & G R R 

Capt Vassar L; profr Georgia Military Institute 

Virgil, wks Aenchbacher Bros 

Wm, wks Woodward Lumber Co, bds 37 Savannah 
Wm, wks Sou Agl Wks 

)v^-^^' f: '^^«"^^^r A J Delbridge, r 186 E Cain 

AV ilham R trav salesman F E Block, r Jackson, Ga 

Woodson W , elk Samuel Wilkins, bds 38 Windsor 

W T . ";?^?5"^^^ ^^^J,.F«^ St Rwy Co, bds 21 Adams 

V\ r, elk Douglas, Thomas & Davidson, bds 37 Woodward 

Young J, elk Postal Tel Co '^' *'^°^^^^^ 

& Hamilton, (E C Allen, L E Hamilton), produce 33 S Broad 



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Allensworth James H, r 178 Dairy 

AlLAt!n^P^'\^^'^'''^''T^^^'^^'^^^^^ ' ^98 Edgewoodave 

Alley A^in R, phys 19 Decatur, r 83 W Peachtree 

All.J5-^' r^' ^^'"^"^^^ ^' ^^^^^^^ ^ds Macon and Bowden 

^To?rf7^,?V'£'M"^ t^' ^''^^'^ ^"^ C^' b^^ " Church 
John A, elk J P Northrop, bds 83 W Peachtree 

Joseph B, r i Garnett 
Allie Mrs M S, r The Brunswick 
Alhngham Henry, briqkmason, r 24 Hills ave 
Allison George, bds 9^ Foundry 

'' Mattie, (wid George) r 91 Foundry 
Wm wks W & A I^ R, r 91 Foundry 
Allyn, see also Allen |i I 

" Gertrude, sten Miles & Stiff, bds 21 W Cain 
Alniand Augustus W, bagmstr R & D R R, bds 147 Courtland ave 
Francis M, elk feose & Smith, r 53 1 Whitehall 
Hayden A, wks .R & D R R, bds 93 Borne 
Hayden C, wks fulton B & C Mills, r 02 Borne 
Henry P, stock elk Kiser Moore Draper Co 
M W, elk J M High & Co ^ 

Tabitha F, (wid Augustus) bds 44 McDonald 
Zeph, (Almand ^ Ragsdale) r 378 Decatur 



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Aloysius Sister Mary, teacher Academy Immacculate Conception, 
r 86 Loyd 

Aired Parnilla, (wid James), r 181 W Fair 

Alsabrook James L, fireman H & L Co 2, r 276 Woodward ave 
'* W M, hoseman Engine Co i 

Alsen J H, wks Woodward Lumber Co 

Alston^ see also Elston. 

Allen, Cj laborer, r 124 E Cain 

James, c, dryman T J Stowers & Co, r 172 Rawson 

Joseph M, bkkpr J Regenstein & Co, bds 21 W Baker 

Lemuel J, elk Bain & Kirkpatrick Co, bds Baltimore Place 

Robert H, opr W U T Co, r 77 Hood 

Thomas C, opr W U T Co, bds 77 Hood 

W Crawford, wks W&ARR, r277 Jones ave 

Alteneder Charles, wks Smith .^ Cooper, r 119 Piedmont ave 

Alum Ervin, c, brickmason, r 134 Newman's al 

Alvarez Dan P (Grant & Alvarez), bds 39 Walton 

Ambler Emma M (wid L C), r 6 W 4th, near Ponder 
" Frank W, elk G P R R, bds 31 Houston 



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Ambrose Henry J, elk to supt. A & C div R & D R R, r Clarks- 
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Amer Bapt Pub Society, F H Paxon mgr, rms i, 2, 3, 13 

66h Whitehall 

American Book Company, 806 Broadway, N Y, Sou De- 
pository 42 Marietta, J V H Nash, depositary 

American Building & Loan & Tontine Savings Assn, 

W J Mallard, Jr, sec & treas, rm 509 Equitable bldg 

American Casualty Insurance & Security Co of Balti- 
more, M B Torbett & Co, gen agts, 22 Kimball 
House, Decatur st. (See top lines) 

American Casualty Insurance & Security Co, J W Fielder gen 
agt, II Marietta 

American Employers' Liability Ins Co The, W L Sed- 
don & Co, mgrs Sou Dept, 27 J Whitehall 

American Fire Insurance Company of New York, 
Ketner, Douglas & Co, agts, rm 233 Equitable Bldg 

American Fire Ins Co of Philadelphia, 30 Old Capitol Bldg 

American Investment Co, R U Hardeman, prest, John A Bowie, 
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American Press Association, O J Smith, prest, G W Cum- 
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American Publishing & Engraving Company, Charles 

H Moorman, sec & treas, Oliver J Pease, gen mgr, 
32^ E Alabama 
American Refrigerator Transit Co, R B Chase Sou Eastern agt, 
24^2 E Alabama 

American Trust & Banking Co, J W English, prest, 

Edward S Pratt, cashier, 10 Decatur. (See back cover) 

American Upholstery Co, Isaac H Haas, pres, E C Guth 
man, vice-pres, Oscar Pappenheimer, sec & treas, 
3-1 1 Fort 
Ameion see also Emerson 

Ameson Henry, wks J |Kreis, r Blackhall district 
Amis Fannie F, (vvid Thomas P), r 389 Courtland ave 
Ammons Robert, c, ha<pk diver, r 66 S Pryor 

" Wm Walter, groqer, 222 Whitehall, bds 21 Stonewall 
'' W A, wtchmn R|& D R R Shps, bds 186 N Boulevard 
Amonitti George, c, bayber A Nash, bds 252 Wheat 
Amorous Martin F, genl mngr Atl Lumber Co, r 251 Ivy 
Amos Alexander, c, driiver, r Rays al 

Augustus G, c, billiards, 1 1 Ivy, r 343 Boulevard • 
Charles H, elk AiO Bornemann, bds 71 E Mitchell 
Frank, ^, wks Ki^er Moore Draper & Co 






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*' Jacob, c, draymA Hightower Hallman & Co, r rear 165 
Peachtree \ 

Mark, c, wks O ^ Smith, bds 155 Markham 

Miles, c, lab, r 34^ Boulevard 

Moses, (Hagler sTAmos) r 343 Wheat 

Samuel, c, lab, r i Jones al 

William, r, drayn|an W R Hoyt, r 343 N Boulevard 
Amster Ludwig, j)hysician and surgeon 44^ Whitehall, 

Hirsch bldg, r same 
Anderson Aaron, c, janitor Storrs School, r 120 Houston 

Alfred, c, woodcijtter, r 218 Clark 

Alonzo, c, (Anderson & Wright), r 324 Marietta 

Andrew, r, wks 4tl Consol Bottling Co, r 248 Irwin 

Andrew J, hack IJne, r 99 Rhodes 

Andrew L, elk Afl Carriage Hdware Co, bds 66 Cone 

Andrew V, salesitan JA Anderson Clothing Co, r 72 Walton 

Augustus M, pas$ agt ETV&GRR, r2o Haynes 

Benjamin J, r, pUsterer, r 285 Fulton 

Bragg, c, fireman |A & W P R R, r 127 Markham 

Charles, lab, r 376J Decatur 

Charlotte T, (wid Heny), r 52 Gilmer 



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*' Miss Clifford, dressmaker, bds 52 Gilmer " 

Anderson Clifford L, (King & Anderson), r 740 Peachtree 
Daniel L, c, grocer, 87 Tatnall r 90 same 
Rev David L, r 272 Courtland ave 
Edgar R, ladderman H & L No. i, r 89 Williams 
Edward W, Trav Ft Agt Mo Pac Ry, r 275 E Fair 
Eliza, c, elk Hagler & Co, r 204 Wheat 
Ella E, (wid Clarence), r 125 Boulevard 
Rev Emory F, methodist, r 66 Cone 
Eugene, c, stamper, P O 
Eugenia, (wid Benjamin) bds 429 E Fair 
Floyd, c, Imp trmmr Ga R R, r 108 Fort 
Frank P, eng W & A R R, r 108 Powers 
George W, wks Expo Cottn Mills, r 60 old expo grounds 
Gustav A, salsmn McKelden & Carlton, r 1007 Marietta 
G H, r, wks Asbury H Cooper, r 15 E Hunter 
Hand P, state sec Y M C A, bds 58 E Ellis 
Harvey L, sec and treas Lowry Hdwr Co, r 66 Cone 
Miss Hattie, artist, bds 20 Haynes 
Henry, c, lab, r rear 197 Lambert 
Henry C, firemn Met St Ry, bds 99 Rhodes 



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Anderson Hubert W, wks Atl Herald, bds 20 Haynes 
H J, r, wks Butler & Walcott 

Miss Ida, wks Gholstin Bed Spring Co, r 250 Marietta 
Isaac, c, lab, r 6 Smith 
James, bds 92 Marietta 
James, c, wks Atl Compress & Whsng Co, r rear 113 S Pryor 

Anderson James A, asst city att'y and lawyer 23J Whitehall, 
r 255 Courtland 
James A, pres J A Anderson Clothing Co, bds Kimball House 
James A, Jr, elk So Ry & S S Assn, bds 11 Cone 

Anderson James H, real estate 205 Equitable, r 168 Ivy 
James H, elk Dawson Bergstrom & Co, bds 6 Walker 
James M, trav Kennesaw Guano Co, bds Weinmeister Hotel 
James R, painter, W & A R R 
Jane E, (wid John), bds 94 Capitol ave 
Jesse J, master mech C R R, r 92 Crew 
John, c, eating house 317^ Peters, r same 
John C, mgr Laurens Lumber Co, r Chauncey, Ga 
John D, carp Phoenix Planing Mill, r 25 Lumpkin 
John M, wks John M Moore Shoe Co, bds 321 W 3d 
Joseph, moulder Van Winkle G & M Co, r 24 Newton 
Joseph, r, butler J J Barnes, 2^3 Whitehall 



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" Julius, Cy bds 3^ Ivy 

Anderson J A Clothing Co, James A Anderson, pres, J H 1. 
Jones, sec & treas, 41 Whitehall, clothing, gents' fur- f 
nish & mer tailoring 
J Thomas, wks G PR R, bds 246 Simpson 
J W, driver C}a Electric Light Co ] 

Laura, c, stewardess Union Depot, r 108 Elliott 
Mrs iMaggie, elk Chamberlin,Johnson&:Co, r 70J Whitehall | 
Marcellus M, bkkpr W U Tel Co, bds 26 Bailey | 

Marv, (wid George)^ r 253 Maiietta f^. 

Newton T, elk D Hj Dougherty & Co s 

Pat, helper Hunniciitt & Bellingrath Co w ^* 

Paul J, elk E T V & G R R, bds 20 Haynes * P 

Richmand, f, wks Schoen Bros, r 26 C R R 

Robert, c, eating house 600 Marietta, r same q) 

Robert, ^, lab, r 57 Emmett tt 

Rusk, elk Ga R R, bds 178 Simpson » 

Robert G, molder Tech School - D ? 

R Bennett, plumber* bds 36 Howell C^ __ 

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Thomas, mach DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, bds 25 Lampkin 

Thomas, c, wks Pause's Rest, r 88 E Cain 

Thomas H, c, drayman, r 420 Martin 

Warren A, c; lab, r S Boulevard near Berean 

Wm H, trav Gramling-Spalding-Kingsbery Co, r 55 Irwin 

Wm H, jeweler Freeman Jewelry Co, bds 300 Crew 

Wm T, with John M Robinson, r 103^ Peachtree 

W^m P, (W W Anderson & Son), bds 6 Walker 

Wm W, (W W Anderson & Son), r 6 Walker 

AV Harry, salesman Gramling-Spalding-Kingsbery Co, bds 

82 N Forsyth 
W W & Son, (Wm W & Wm P), grocers 131 W Peters 
& Wright, Cj (Alonzo Anderson, Ransom Wright), groceries 
324 Marietta 

Andre Wm E, printer Glen Photo Stock Co, r 28 Hayne 

Andrews Abner, c, driver, bds 69 Robbins 

Albert T, elk R & D R R, bds 711 Decatur 
Allen, c, fireman E T V & G R R, r 408 Smith 
Ansley B, special agt (Ins) 52 Marietta, r 94 Nelson 
Asa B, carp, r 80 McDaniel 
A S, r, driver J M High & Co 



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Edmond A, draper M Rich & Bro, r 139 S Pryor 

Edward T, elk T H Miller & Bros, bds 26 Ella 

Ezra, crier U S Court, r 289 S Pryor 

Fannie A, (wid Thomas), r 12 Beerman 

Fred, elk T H Miller & Bro, bds 12 Beerman 

George, c, wks Atl Brew and Ice Co, r 312 Piedmont 

George W, mach R&D R R, r 711 Decatur 

Grant, c, waiter, bds 69 Robbins 

Harry W, job prntr Atl Label Co, bds 80 McDaniel 

Jacob, c, firemn E T V & G R R, r Ira nr Arthur 

James, c, barber, r 171 Butler 

James W, brick mason, r 59 Randolph 

John, r, firemn A & W P R R, r 73 Valentme 

John E, opr A & W P R R and W Ry of Ala, bds 15 

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John T, physicn, bds 205 Green's Ferry ave 
J Walter, cashr Atl Stock Exchange, bds E Atl 
Miss Mattie F, techr Crew st school, bds 289 S Pryor 
R Lee, c, wks C R R, r 314 Piedmont ave 
Squire, ^, r 146 Markham 
Squire, c, drayman, r 27 Victoria 

H. P. BI.OODWOBTH, Gen. Aft 
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Thomas, ^, lab E T V & G R R, r 370 Ira near Arthur 
Thomas J, watchman Kiser Building, r 148 Reed 
T Mahala, (wid James), r 90 Factory 
Andrews Walter P, lawyer lo^ S Broad, bds 41 Wheat 
Warren, c, laborer, r Chesnut, Bellwood 
William, brick mason, bds 59 Randolph 
Wm, c, laborer, r 27 Jennings al 
Wm, c, head waiter Kimball House, r 302 Fulton 
Andruss Erskine S, eng E T V & G R R, r 348 Formwalt 
Angler Clarence, life and accident ins and fertilizers 235^ 
Whitehall, r 267 W Peachtree (See bottom lines) 
" Edgar A, asst U S Attorney, r 30 Capitol 
" Elizabeth, (wid N L), bds Angier ave s e cor Randolph 
Angler House, Mrs M L Jones propr, 97 Capitol Square 
(See page 41) 
" Wilmer, with C Angier, bds 97 Capitol Sq 
Angiin John S, elk Kattenhorn & Day, r 153 Walton 

" Miss S T, teacher Marietta St School, bds 153 Walton 
Ankrum Alex, .', slater, bds 363 Rawson 

Samuel, c, waiter Markham House, bds 363 Rawson 
Th omas, c, r 363 Rawson 

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" Charles S, cajrp, bds 15 Jones ave 
A'nsley, see also Endley 
Ansley Bros, (Cliff W Will S & Ed P) real estate 12 E Alabama 

Clifford W, (Ansley Bros), r Decatur, Ga I 

C L, eng E t V & G R R ! 

Edwin P, (Ahsley Bros), r Decatur, Ga 

Frank J, mn^r Enterprise Lumber Co, r Decatur, Ga 

Jack, r, gardfener, r 431 Richardson 

Jesse A, (J A Ansley & Co), agt Equitable Building & Loan 
Assn of] Augusta 39^ N Broad, r Decatur, Ga 

James W, carp, r 106 Lovejoy 

J A & Co, (J JA Ansley & B F McCay) real estate 39^ N Broad 

Lemuel H, bkkpr C R Henry, bds 57 Tatnall 

Marion M, ^bl agt Va Tenn & Ga Air-Line, r Decatur, Ga 

Wm S, (Ans(ey Bros), r Decatur, Ga 
Anthony Adolphusj c, drymn, r 259 Martin 

Ernest, elk Inghram Bros, bds 178 Simpson 

James N, eng Ga P R R, r 182 Luckie 

James R, jr, feten Atl Con St Rwy Co, bds 112 Waverly ave 

Joseph L, bailiff, court house, r 170 Nelson 
"■ Martin, c, sextn Wheat st Bapt ch, r 175 Irwin 

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9 South Bro^d Street. Telephone 1476. jl^ orU A Outride Plumfilnar. 

Anthony Minnie, (wid Mark W) bds 39 E Harris 

" Wm, Cj lab, ij 175 Wheat 
Antonini Sigismodq, wks Pellegrini & Ca-ttleberry, r 17 Lee 
Apperson Charles ^, carp, bds 148 Logan 
*' Jacob A, supjt ot bldngs, r 148 Logan 
" Wm B, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, bds 148 Logan 
Appier C Edward, stocks, bonds and real estate 10 E Alabama, 

tel 265, Jbds 35 W Baker 
Appier Daniel W, gen agt Cen R R of Ga, office 16 Wall st, 
r 35 W feaker 
** Wm W (Laniler & Appier), bds 35 W Baker 
Appleton George, few sharpener, bds 161 Mangum 

George Jr, hiakeman ETV&GRR,ri6i Mangum 



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Appling Edward J, grocer, r 124^ Whitehall . 

Henry B, butcher, r 65* Leach 

L, wks Sou Spring Bed Co 

L C, Cy cook iMerchants' Restaurant 

W, wks Sou Spring Bed Co 
Aragon Hotel Co, Chas C Black pres, Frank Bell v-pres and 

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Archer Abraham, c, lab, r ii Central R R 

Calvin C, mach R & D R R, r 240 Decatur 

Miss Floy, elk Columbian Bookstore, bds 78 Tatnall 

Jefferson, fireman R & D R R, bds 240 Decatur 

John W, wks Trio Steam Laundry, bds 263 Clarke 

Louis, mach R & D R R, r 21 Hill 

Miss May, elk Maier & Berkele, bds 78 Tatnall 

Archer Mrs N N, propr Grant House, r same 
Peter, c, wks May Mantel Co * 
Robert C, livery, r 263 Clarke 
Wm G, (Columbian Book Store), r 115 Powers 
Wm P, sten J M High & Co, bds 78 Tatnall 
Wm T, bds 78 Tatnall 

Archibald Alexander, lab, r 7 Earl 

" Alexander P, painter, r 99 Venable 

Ardis Julia E, (wid John S) r 32 Irwin W E 

'* Payson L, elk Harrison & Bro, bds 32 Irwin W E 

Ardmore The, Mr and Mrs J N Fain props, 108 J S Fo'rsyth 

Arents Frank C, landscpe grdner, r 28 Henry W E 

Argo Albert, bds 181 Marietta 

Arthur H, elk R M S, r 160 W Baker 
Mary M, (wid Newton J) bds 160 W Baker 



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Arkles Giles, c, lab, r 279 Mangum 

Arkwright Preston S, Iwyr, 14J S Broad, r 92 S Pryor 

Arlington Ned, c, driver Atl Ice Co 

Arlington The, L M Dimick, propr, hotel 85 Marietta. 

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Armacost Calvin A, cond Atl Trac Co, bds 229 Cooper 

Armistead Charles T, coupler G R R, bds 429 E Fair 

Claude, fireman Met St R R 

Jesse, elk Aug A DeVoe, r 429 E Fair 

Joel C, elk G R R, r 429 E Fair 

Joel F, elk J M High & Co, bds 429 E Fair 

Miss Ludie A, wks Atl Paper Co, bds 170 Nelson 

Mary E, (wid John), bds 210 Hilliard 
Armistead Thomas M, Fulton Co tax receiver, court house 
annex, r 74 Nelson 

Wm B, watchman Equitable Bldg, bds 70 Nelson 

William D, carp, r 53 Gartrell 

Wm J, stone mason, r 5 Johnson 
Armour Elbert, r, city lab, r 4 Grady 

Henry, ^, lab, r 23 Nunnally's al 

Ike, c, lab, r 24 Alabaster al 



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Armour Packing: Co, W J Connelly mgr, fresh mea 
provisions, 46-48 E Alabama 
" R, wks Woodward Liim Co ! . » 

Armstrong A E, (wid James G), r 11 Baltimore Place 
Berry H, c, wks W & A R R, r 175 Randolph 
Eugene, c, wks Atl Coffin Fact i 

Harry, elk J M High & Co, r 24 Hammond, W E 
Henry, c, wks Sou Bottling Co 4 

James, c, wks Sou Bottling Co 
James, i*, wks Sou Phosphate Co 

Armstrong James S, stationmaster Union Pass Station, r 36 
Capitol ave 
Miss Jennie, teacher Girls High School bds 204 Crew 
John P, (Robt S Armstrong & Bro) r 116 W Harris 
John W, wks J R Wylie,. r w s W Peachtree i s Emmet 
Joseph, elk R O Campbell, r 103 W Harris 
J L, fireman R & D R R 
Lizzie, (wid Wm), ^^^3*^ Crew 
Marcus, c, labbrer,'T^3i Parks 

Norris, elk Robt S Armstrong & Bro, r 116 W Harris 
Robert S, (Robert S Armstrong «Sc Bro) r 116 W Harris 



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Armstrong Robert S & Bro, (Robert S and John P) brokers 
old iron, metals and second hand machinery, rear 232 
. • Marietta 
'' S A, brakeman E T V & G R R 
" Wm J, c, barber Ms^rkham House, bds 17 Graves 
Armstrong Wm S, physician and surgeon, office 154 Wash- 
ington, r same 
** W B, helper E T V & G R R 
Arnall Chas S, genl agt Phcenix Mutual Life Ins Co, r 17 Balti- 
more Place (See adv p) 
Arndell J L, motormn Atl Con St Rwy Co 
Arnheim Ida, (wid Louis), bds 155 Whitehall 
Arnold Alex, <r, wks Atl Gas Lt Co, r 366 Chapel 
Anderson, r, lab, bds 33 Latham 
Burgess, <r, brickmason, r 69 Hilliard 
Burrell, r, wks C H McCann, r 116 Terry 
Arnold Charles, secy Piedmont Exposition Co and Ga Hedge 
Co, r.151 Richardson 
Charles H, (Arnold & McCord), r 202 Washington 
Garland, c, lab, bds 13 Perdue al 
Garnett, elk D H Dougherty & Co, r 656 S Pryor 
Geo, <:, wks E T V & G R R 



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General Agents for Georpia and Alabama 
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Arnold George, c, wks water wrks, r 79 Richmond 

Rev Geo W, c, pstr Loyd st M E ch, r 70 Rawson 

Given W, r Hampton N Atl 

Given W, jr, elk A C Lampkin, r 81 E North ave 

G, c, wks Sou Sprng Bed Co 

Harold, c, lab, r 116 Terry 

Henry, r, wks Ga Oil Mills, r 257 A\ indsor 

Jacob, copy hldr A^l Journal, bds 125 Spring 

James, elk C R R, bds 178 Simpson 

Jeff, Cy janitor police depot 

John S, shoemkr, r 32 Ponder 

Toseph, c, wks Van Winkle Gin & Machy Co, r 52 Johnson 
-- t H, wrppr Chamberlin Johnson & Co, bds 15 Pluni 
Arnold Lawrence W, assf mngr Sou Short Hand & Bus Col, 

bds Leland House 
Arnold Lowry P, (Arnold & Arnold) bds 340 Courtland ave 

Lum, r, lab, r 80 Pine 

Mac, r, lab, bds 16 Lowe's al 

Monroe, c, driver C Werber, r 28 Logan 

Morris B (Arnold & Einstein), r Cincinnati, O 
- Oraneje, c, bds 58 Monroe ^ , , 

Arnold Reuben (Arnold & Arnold), r 340 Courtland ave 

r Mall^ml |r|i-OANS NEGOTIATED. 

. J- IllClllCtlU, ^\m\ Office Fifth Floor Eqnitabe Building. Room 509 

Arnold Reuben^r(Arnold & Arnold), bds 340 Courtland ave 
Samuel, i, lab, bds 58 Monroe 
Thomas, c, lab, bds rear 104 Randolph 

Thomas B, stenographer Arnold & Arnold, bds 340 Court- 
land ave . c • u 
Arnold Walter B, mgr Ind Mut Aid Society, r 94 bmith 
" Watt, ^, lab E T V & G R R, r w s Smith near Arthur 
Wm,' furniture repairer 6 Trinity ave, r 150 Nelson 
William H, elk R M S, r 451 Houston 
Wm H, c, wks W U T Co, bds 272 W Mitchell 
" Wm T, contractor, r 137 McAfee 
Arnold & Arnold, (Reuben Arnold, Reuben R Arnold and 
Lowry P Arnold), attorneys, rms 21 & 22 Gould Bldg 
Arnold & Einstein, Enterprise Clothing Co, 29 Whitehall 
Arnold & McCord (C H Arnold, H Y McCoid), who grocers, 20 

E Alabama 
Arnte Wm, c, wks Columbus, Ga, r rear 477 E Fair 
Arp Lee, c, lab, r 33 Victoria 
Arrington, »ee also Harrington 

" George P, mach, r 73 Bryant 
*' Robert, c, lab, r 38 Edgewood ave 
Arrowo od Jehu M, lawyer, 19 Fitten Bldg, r W Atlanta 



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Arrowood Silas W, physician, 19 Fitten Building, r 30 Ella 
Arthur Anderson, c, laborer, r 206 E Cain 

Ed L, tinner Wingate & Mell, r 131 Nelson 

John, Cy lab, r 206 E Cain 
Artz William, wks Hightower Rankin Co / 

Arundell H C, condr Atl Con St Rwy Co 
Asbury Charles, c, carp, bds 393 Richardson 

Charles W, trav Falvey Fruit & Fish Co, r 271 E Fair 

Darden, elk C R R, r 237 Whitehall 

Dennis, c, r 285 Mangum 

Greene, c, wks city, r 116 Chapel 

James E, c, (Asbury Taylor & Co) office 317 W Peters, r 
165 Boulevard 

John, Cf lab, res McDaniel near Arthur 

Morgan, c, butler R W Bourne, r same 
Asbury, Taylor & Co, r, (James E Asbury, George D Taylor), 
drugs and physicians 184 W Mitchell 

Thomas, ^, wks city, r 18 Victoria^ 

Warren, ^, coachman Mrs L B Swift, r rear 267 Capitol ave 
Ash Robert, c, blksmith I Mitcheil, r 288 W Mitchell 

*' Thomas J, grocer 650 E Fair, r same 
Ashby Alfred R, r no Luckie 

LeSUEUR & RUNGE{ARSiJ'JXi9M 

Ashe Sara C, (wid Richard D), bds 423 Courtland ave 
Asher Alvin C, student, bds 108 Simpson 
John A, student, bds 108 Simpson 
Mary J, (wid Wm C), r 108 Simpson 
Wm T, physician, bds 108 Simpson 
Ashford James H, comp Constitution Job Office, bds 18 Garnett 
Ashford Wm T, pres and treas Kennesavv Guano Co, bds 258 

Peachtree 
Ashley Claud L, eng Ga Elec Lght Co, bds 252 Capitol ave 
Fannie B, (wid Wm iP) bds 252 Capitol ave 
Henry P, mach 27 S Forsyth, r Marietta, Ga 
Samuel L, wks Gholstin Spring Bed Co, r 348 W North ave 
Thomas D, mach, bds 252 Capitol ave 
Ashton Miss Cora, dressmkr, bds 106 E Harris 

** Joseph, paver, bds 46 E Mitchell 
Ashton Miss Mary L, mgr, hair dressing, 55^ Whitehall, bds 

109 Rawson (See page 55) 
AshlVOrth Thomas F, lawyer, 27^ Whitehall, bds 239 Court- 
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'* Thomas R, gas fitter, r 144 Piedmont ave 
Askam Henry F, physn, 208 Decatur, r 71 Piedmont ave 
Askea Robert E, blacksmth, r 308 Marietta 




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M?« Res^ie P teachr Boulevard School, bds 102 Jackson 
S L«Tp g-er x65 Houston, bds Metropohtan Hotel 
H Oscar, wkt F E Block Co, r 3" Fraser 
John, flagman, r V Thurmond 
Lazarus, c, wks Dixie Club, bds 266 S Terry 
Robert, <r, carp, r 197 E Cam Jackson 

Samuel H, bkkpr Atnerican Trust ^,^"^8 V°;'g priest ave 
Samuel H, Jr, bkkpr Merchants Bank, bds 256 roresi a 
Solomon, e, bds 1 7 Piedmont ave 
Thos E, c, printer C W Motes, r 197 E Cam 
Tobias A / barber Wm R Finley, r 144 Markham 
vtey B, elk John B Daniel, r ^5^ Jo-st f^^, 
<« Warren S elk P W Rose & Co, r 256 Forest ave 

Aspiiw^irVanklin E, pres Dixie Bak.ng Powder Co, r :86 

Astin Frank^H!'record elk R G Dun & Co, r 75 McAfee 

"■ Jessie D, car cleaner G P K K 

'' Samuel T, r 75 McAfee 
Atchison J T, wks Aenchbacher Bros r North A^^ 

* * Wm L, wks Aenchbacher Bros, r North Atl 



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Atchison W L, spec agt snori i; i<= willrnv sou a^l x^-'H N 

Atherton Machine Co, Charles H AViUcox sou a„t 35 4 
Pryor 

Atkins, see. also Adkim. c- 17 .1, 

-'^'"Sa'c(;y1j°^rJ'E^C aSms 75 West End ave W E 
g nry jllsst cash and bkkpr P O, r 300 Crew 
X u \Tt ii \\r ^- V C Atkins^ r 60 W Baker 
]T^ E c!\JLph^V &Sk C) whs'le hats 26 Decatur 

''''Th:defD,^Slt.anta Constitution bds 3x0 Jackson 

Clayton, c, painter J M Smith 
Cordelia D, (wid Robert), r 31° J/^^^on 
Dorsev c. wks Paul & GuUatt Mfg Co 
Miss Emma, dressmaker, bds 1 80 E Georgia ave 
Miss Fannie, teacher Walker St School, bds 55 Gart^^^^^ 
- George C, wks Atl Cotton Compress, bd. 3^0 Jackson 
Atkinson Henrv M, pres Sou Bnkg & Trust Co and GaElec- 
Atkmson Henry m,P^^^^.^^^ Electric Illuminating Co, r 

37 Ponce DeLeon ave nu u 

** Miss Mary, dressmaker, bds 46 Church 

Mrs Mary H, r 180 E Georgia ave 



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Robert E jr, r 439 Davis 
Robert H,' fireman W & A R R, r 68 Jett 
Ulrich S, chief agt Ins Co of North America, bds 310 Jackson 
Wm, r 63 Humphries v ^ 

Wm, r, lab, r 197 Newman's al 
Atkisson Con C, elk Enterprise Clothing Co, r 23 AVashington 
** Ellison C, wks B H Veal, r in Simpson 

Jeff D, (Atkisson & Burge), bds 23 Washington 
& Burge, (J D Atkisson, S W Burge), mdse brokers, 31 
W Alabama 
Atlanta Accident Assn The, Aaron Haas, pres, J H Wink- 
ler, sec, 37 S Pryor 
Atlanta Bag^gag^e & Cab Co, John A Calvin prest, Macon C 

Sharp supt, office Union Depot (See front cover) 
Atlanta Banking Co, C C McGehee prest, W H Nutting 

cashr, 10 E Wall 
Atlanta Baptist Seminary, Rev George Sale prest, end 
of W Fair (See ad page 35) 
Beef Co, M O Baker mgr, 5 N Forsyth 
Bridge & Axle^Works, 623 Marietta 






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(^OFFICE, 45 H«riett« Street. Telophonp ftr.'t. 



Atlanta Brewing*& Ice Co, Chas Beermann prest, A Steiner 
sec & trea"^, brewery and ice 273 Courtland cor Harris 
(See page 15) j 
" Car Co, (T G Healey, W T Healey, J A Scott), cor High- 
land aveand R & D R R 

Atlanta Carpet Cleaning Co, J F Beck mgr, office Troy 
Steam Laundry, 37 N Forsyth . 

Atlanta Carriage Hardware Co, Marshall T Eckford prest 
and mgr, carriage and wagon hardware, 36-38 E Wall 

Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Hon Rufus B Bullock 
prest, Paul Romare treas, H G Saunders sec, Cham- 
ber Commerce Building, cor Pryor and Hunter, tel 796 
" Chess & Checker Club, John Carey pres, 7^ Whitehall 

Atlanta City Directory, H G Saunders mngr. Chamber of 
Commerce bldg 

Atlanta City St Ry Co, Aaron Haas pres, W I Zachry vice- 
pres, J B Zachry sec and treas, 22 Inman bldg 

Atlanta Coal Co, (McAfee & Son) coal and wood, 37 Decatur 
** Coffin Factry, L H Hall & Co, props, 194 Elliott 

Atlanta Compact Fire Underwriters, A H Haynes mngr, 
rm 30 Fitten bldg 
Compress & Warehousing Co, G W Parrott pres, J D 
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JOEL HURT, President A. u. i. . s„„erinteiulent. 

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Take the Consolidated Cars at the 
corner of Broad and Marietta 
Sts., to reach all points of inter- 
est in and about the city. 



Marietta and Decatur Sts. 

to Oakland Cemetery and 

Exposition Mills. 
1 Cars every 15 minutes. 



Jackson, Walker and Peters 
to Ponce DeLeon Springs 

and West End. 

Cars every 30 minutes. 



Houston St., Highland Ave. and 
Boulevard to Edgevvowl, Ponce 
I)e Leon Springs, CopenhiU 
Hill and Fulton Co, Tlant. 

Cars every 15 minutes. 



WliitehallSt andEdgewood 
Ave. to West End, In- 
man Park and Edgewood. 

Cars every 15 minutes. 



Capitol Ave. and W. Peach- 
tree St. to State Capitol 
and North Atlanta. 

Cars every 15 minutes. 



Pcachtree Street to Pied- 
mont Park. Cars every 
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Jones Ave. and Marietta St. 
to Georgia Electric Light 
Co.'s Plant. 

Cars everv 30 minutes. 



Tatnall and West Hunter Streets 
to Battle Hill, Westvtew Ceme- 
tery and Atlanta University. 

Cars every 30 minutes. 



Pryor Street to Clark's Uni- 
versity and Grant's Park. 
Cars every 20 nrinutes. 



Hunter and Fair Sts. to Grant's Park 
Soldier's Home and Decatur, Ga. 
Cars every 20 minutes to Grant's 
Park, every 1:20 to Soldier's 
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228-2-^0 Decatur _ 

Atlanta Consolidated St Ry Co, Joel Hurt F^s, Eugene 
Griffin vice-pres, A A Glazier sec and treas, M R Mc- 
' Adoo supt, rm 639 Equitable bldg. 

Atlanta Constitution. Constitution Pub Co props EP 

Howell pres, W A Hemphill bus mngr, Clark Ho« ell 

mngine editor, 26-28 Alabama cor Forsyth 

Atlanta Cotton MUls, R S Smith pres, Samuel Stocking treas, 
Atlanta O^tton^m ^^^^ ^ ^ ^.^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^ Magnolia cor Ma- 

Atlanta Cutting School, C E Moore inngr Isaac Champeno.s 

sec, tailoring and cutting, 28^ Whitehall 
Atlanta Dairy Co The, R T w Hamill, P H McCornjick Ed- 

mond Scott, C Lyon Rogers, jr, Geo W Evans, 121 

Marietta (See page opposite) 
Atlanta Dental Room, Ur M Z Cnst; 64* Whitehall 
"^itvator Works, Hoke Smith pres, E T Payne treas, ATS 

Roebling sec. Means nr Belhvood ave 
Atlanta Employment Agency, John W Jones, c, Mgr^ 

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AtiflStr Engraving Co; H H Rockwell Mgr, photo, line and 
half-tone engraving, 8 S Broad _ 

Atlanta Evening Herald, Josiah Carter editor, J C Mc- 

Michael bus mgr, 57 S Broad , „ , „ ,„ c 

Atlanta Evening Journal The, Journal Pub Co props, 10 S 

" Excel^TrVorks, Chas Cohen prop, Ridge ave at Pulliam 
A.tlanta Exchange and Banking Co James D Collins pres, 
Charles E Thompson cashr, 48 Marietta 
" Fruit & Produce Co, A L Greene gen mgr, 35 S Broad 
Atlanta Gas Light Co, W G Abel Mgr. gas and gas stoves 8 
W Alabama 
" Glass Co, 81 McDaniel Rd Tj„,rf,„ 

Atlanta Quano Co The, John M Green pres. Paul Ronfare 

Atlanta Guano^^o ^^^^, >o^^ ^.^^ ^^^^ ^ 

Atlanta Guarantee Savings Bank F w Miller pres, J V 

Heidt cashr, 506 Equitable Bldg 
Atlanta Herald Newspaper Co The, Jos.ah Carter pres, 

T C McMichael sec and mngr, office 57 S Broaa 

Atlanta Home Insurance Co, R J L° w^f wJ?it T& 
sec, Jno T Hall Jr. asst sec, A L Waldo local agt, 15 S 

Broad, tel 674 
' ' House, R A Ray prop, 97 Decatur ^ 

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** Ice Co, Sol Benjamin mngF, end of Whitehall W E 
'* Investment& Banking Co, Wm C Hale pres, P H Adams sec, 

8| Marietta 
Atlanta Iron & Steel Castings Co, E. Van Winkle pres, 

C A Voorheis v-pres, A K Bryan secy and treas, 51 

Old Capital bldg, works Belt Road 
Atlanta Journal The, (See Atlanta Evening Journal) 

'' Label Press R B Harrison bus mngr, 59^ S Broad 
Atlanta Land & Loan Co, James Austin Burns pres, E P 

Burns sec, 827 Equitable bldg 
Atlanta Law School, Kiser bldg, Hamilton Douglas Dean, 

Equitable bldg (See page 21) * i 

Atlanta Lumber Co, D C Bacon pres, M F Amorous genl 

mgr, planing mills, lumber, sash, doors, blinds, mantels, 

cypress water tanks, laths and shingles, 148 Humphries 

cor Glenn, tel 897 
Atlanta Machine -Works, L H Beck pres, Fred Frank sec & 

treas, IVI Benjamin gen mgr, Ga R R cor King 
Atlanta Mantel Co, J D Hegan pres, J D Waddey v-pres and 

mngr, E C Hegan treas, wood mantels and fire place 

fixtures 20 Decatur 





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Atlanta Mfg Co The, Charles A Breen pres, T H J Miller 

sec & treas, cabinet mkrs and mnfrs bank, office and bar 

fixtures, interior finishers, stairs, mantels and desks, 

40-46 Courtland ave, (See page 56) 
Atlanta Medical College, Dr H V M Miller dean, Dr W S 

Kendrick proctor, 60 Jenkins n w cor Butler (Seep 17) 
Atlanta Medical & Surgical Journal, (monthly) L B 

Grandy, M D, M B Hutchins, M D, mgrs and proprs, 

330 Equitable Bldg 
Atlanta Military Band, S H McAfee, director, 17^ Marietta 
Atlanta National Bank, James Swann, pres, Paul Romare, 

v-pres, Charles E Currier, cashier, 15 E Alabama. 

(See p 355) 

Atlanta National Building & Loan Association, E C 

Atkins, pres, 5-27 Equitable Bldg 
Atlanta Newspaper Union, H D Wakefield, mgr, 11 4-1 18 

Loyd. (See p 54) 
Atlanta Nurseries, Wm D Beatie, propr, rm 508 Equitable Bldg 
Atlanta Paint & Seed Co, W F Gresham, mgr, paints, seeds 

and glass, 40 S Broad 
Atlanta Painting;iCo, H C Palmer, supt, contracting painters, 

25 S Broad ^____ 

Klavatar iMarsaM, iMarwM asalMt Lawavlta, ri4«llt7 B«b4i 
iMV«4L TiM XXPLOTERir LlARIUtY, of Loii4m, KiitlMC U- 
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Atlanta Paper Co The, Morris Adler, pres, Isaac Liebman 
v-pres, M L Adler, sec, 75, 77, 79. Si S Pryor 

Atlanta Parcel Express Co, Benjamin F McCoy, mgr, 6 
E Wall, Kimball House 
<• Perfumery Co, J L Pinson, pres, J H Porter, treas, E L 
Bergstrom, supt & sec, 68 S Pryor ^ „ x, ^ ^ 

Atlanta Photograph Co, W F Motes, mgr, C C Krutch, 

operator, 40^ Whitehall 
" Piano Factory, 1 7 Badger . 
Atlanta Police Station, 171 to 179 Decatur 

.' revision Commission Co, E S Morris, pres, N W Murphy, 
secy, 62 E Alabama . 

Atlanta Real Estate Exchange and Southern aOxms 
Bureau, Robert Miller, prest, 18 N Pryor, Kimball 

«' Real Estate, Loan and Investment Co, 41 S Broad 
Atlanta Rubber Stamp and Stencil Works, John S Cook, 
propr, 31 S Broad (See side hnes) , , x 

Atlanta Saw Works, J P McVey, agt, 275 Marietta, (tel 317) 
Atlanta Security Co, E C Spaldmg, prest, A Richardson, 
secy & treas, farm mortgage loans, 34 E Alabama 
Shirt Mfg Co, B Macks, propr, 10 Ivy 

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Atlanta Show Case Works, F E Block, prest, O F Sirnpson, 
Atlanta 0^^°^^^^^^ ^ ^ g,^^^'^ 3^^ & „eas, George J Mylius, 

mngr, 42-46 Courtland ave „ u» ^ 

Atlanta Steam Laundry, J F Beck, mngr, 130 Pe^«=^f/^«^^^ 
Atlanta Stock Exchange, D U Crockett, mngr, 16 E Alabama 
Stock Yards, Grant, cor Biggers • p,n,,ev 

Stone and Granite Co, D P Brisben, prest, G G Ramsey 
vice prest, G H Lamport, sec & treas Gullatt & G K K 
Straw Hat Co, 169^ Marietta, H H Bussey pres, C H Buc- 

SuburbanTa nTco, Aaron Haas pres, W H Patterson treas, 
H H Brown sec, office 37 S Pryor , tm7 ^ 

Atlanta Telephone Exchange, W T Gentry mgr, J D East- 

erlin supt, 29* Marietta ^„.^„~,, 1 j\ 

Atlanta Tile Company, (T H «ams & V W Cleveland), 

41 N Broad 
Atlanta Times, c, Samuel Cunningham ed, 35^ fyX 

- Tool Supply' Co, G E Hoppie pres, Wm Goldsmith sec & 
treas, 2* S Broad _ 

Atlanta Traction Co. James W English Jr pres, Thomas B 
Atlanta iracnon^^^^ ,^.^^^^ ^^^^^.^^ ^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^ 

new I nman bldg 24 S Broad (See page 3) 

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Laundry, 37 N Forsyth 

Atlanta Trust & Banking Co, W A Hemphill pres, Hugh 
T Inman v-pres, Alonzo Richardson cash, 34 E Ala- 
bama (See side lines) 
** Turn Verein, Concordia hall 

Atlanta University, Rev Horace Bumstead pres, Rev John 
H Hincks dean, end of W Mitchell (See page 29) 
'* Vinegar Works, Wm Brenner 366 Marietta 

Atlanta Waterworks, George Hillyer pres, G W Terry Jr 
sec, W G Richards supt, Chamber Commerce bldg 

Atlanta Wire & Iron Works Co, P W Ryan pres, P J Ryan 
sec, T I Rvan treas, 64 N Broad (See bottom hnes) 

Atlanta Woodenware Co, (George A Gershon, Ralph Rosen- 
baum), 98-100 S Forsyth • 

Atlanta & Florida R R, T AV Garrett supt, W E Algee audi- 
tor, H M Cottingham genl frt and pass agt, 34^^ W 
Alabama (S^epiis) 

Atlanta & Salt Springs Railroad, Harry Camp pres, B F 
Curtis supt, Thomas Camp sec, 112 S Forsyth 

Atlantic Electropoise Co, W Hervey Witherspoon pres, rms 
45-46 Gould bldg (See top end) 

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Atlanta & West Point R R and Western Ryof Ala- 
bama, C H Phinizy pres, H M Abbett sec and treas, 
E L Tyler genl mngr, T J Hunter auditor, R E Lutz 
traffic mngr, W H Harrison eng, John A Gee genl 
pass agt, 725 Equitable bldg B F Wyly Jr genl agt, 
G W Allen city pass agt, 1 2 N Pryor, Kimball House, 
(See .page 114) 
Attica Military & Chautauqua Co, J A Scott treas, office 28Pchtree 
Atwater Arthur, c, lab, bds 141 Butler 
Elijah, <r, lab, r 186 Old Wheat 
Elijah Jr, c, lab, bds 186 Old Wheat 
Harper, c, bellman Kimball House 
Atwater Henry L, pres So Mutual Biding & Loan Association, 
r 375 Capitol ave 
Isaac, Cy bricklayer, r 160 Clarke 
Isaac, mfg chemist 144 Wheat 
Samuel, c, porter Kimball House, r 137 Martin 
Walter, c, lab, bds 186 Old Wheat 
Zachariah T, c, flour sacker, r 158 Hilliard ' 
Atwood Alfred L, bkkpr Atlanta Evening Herald, bds no Ivy ^ 
Audouin A D, fireman C R R, bds 143 Cooper 
Auerbach Joseph (Auerbach & Oldknow) r 129 PuUiam 





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trimmed hats, 1244 Whitehall 
Aughtman James A, coupler W & A R R, r 3 Bush 

" Jesse elevator man Equitable bldg 
Augustus James, bnckmason, bds 19 Hills ave 
Austell Dunk, ^, wks E T V & ^i<^^ 
Florence, c, driver Stocks Coal Co 
FrancinaC, (wid Alfred), bds 92 Marietta 
Mrs IdoUne L, r 27 Bahmore Place 
John, ., wks E T V & G R R, r 195 Mangum 
Nixon, c, wks P P Car Co, r 321 Chapel 
- Wm, bds 92 Marietta , j d 1 

Austin Bloomer H, r Edge wood near Moreland Park 
^ CharS sol agt K C M & B R R, bds 164 Courtland ave 
Charles H, r The Brunswick „^ „ . 

Clifford D, bkkr W S Bell, bds 74 W Harris 
Daw c lab, bds 13 Hulsey 
Ed7ard R sten N J & T A Hammond, r Edgewood, near 

Moreland Park 
Green, r Richardson, near Ira 
Harrison D, bds 250 Forest ave 
Henry, asst foreman H T Lewis 



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]Zll t ^sp^'LfZ''^ Chain Gang, bds w s Macon, 

^Austin James w'lawyer, 69^^ E Alabama, bds Durand's Rest 
John, c, coupler E T V & G R R 
Joseph P, r 78 Tennells 

Kile, <r, lab Met St R R „r tt • 

Louis B (Westmoreland & Austin), r 174 W Harris 
Miss Marlha, wks Fulton B & C Mills, b^^ 662 Decatur 
Mary R, (wid Thomas H), seamstress, r 662 Decatur 
Pinkie, c, laundress, r 24 Grady 
Thomas H, Imbr dealer, r 66 Cain 
William, c, wtr Kimball House 

William, c, coachmn, r 162 Irwin ^^ . ^ ' 

Wm E, vi^e-pres Sou Agrl Works, r 250 Porest ave 
Wm L M, elk R M S, bds 21 W Baker 
Wm W, condr C R R, bds 165 Chapel 
Willis, c, gardener R C Clarke, r same 
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** R A, wks Sou Agrl Works, r 353 Luckie I 

" Thomas J, wks Sou Agrl Works, r 353 Luckie 
Avant George W, furniture, 136 Marietta, bds 72 Marietta 
Avary Arch, physician, 97^ Peachtree, r 107 N Pry or 
James C, physician 97^ Peachtree, r 109 N Pryor 
John, wks Brady & Miller F & S Stable, bds 149 Marietta 
Leonidas, fireman A & F R R, bds 742 S Pryor 
Avary Moody B, (M B Avary & Co), r 94 N Forsyth 
Avary M B & Co, (Moody B Avary) drugs, 97 Peachtree 
Avary Robert Lee, lawyer, g\ Peachtree, r 107 N Pryor 

'* Susan F, (wid James A), bds 107 N Pryor 
Avary Thomas C, physician 97^ Peachtree, r 107 N Pryor 
Averill A P, (wid Henry P), bds J P Averill 

*' James P, real estate 41 K Broad, r St Charles ave 
Averett J J, trav Robinson, Boylston&McKeldin Co, r Clarkston Ga 

** J Monroe, bkkpr E D Crane, bds 137 W Baker 
Avery Col Isaac W, journalist, res Juniper, nr limits 
John E, asst night elk So Exp Co, r 149 Marietta 
Lewis, Cy lab, r Ira near Roy 
Mollie, Cj laundress, r 105 Terry 
Thomas J, (Malsby & Avery), r 247 Capitol ave 

: LeSUEUR & RUNGE{^gHijp^^ 

Avery Wm P, bartender S S Selig, r 171 W Mitchell 

Avon C B, wks Atl Cotton Mills 

Awde D D, gate keeper Union Depot, bds 32 Ponder 

Anjtrey^ see also Autry 

Ed L, collr Douglas, Thomas & Davison, bds 169 Hunnicutt 

Francis M, wks R & D R R shops, r 57 Randolph 

John L, meat 91 Venabl^, r 169 Hunnicutt 

Joseph W, collector R C* Black, bds 169 Hunnicutt 

Martin, wks A C St Ry Co, bds 58 Jones ave 

Millard F, butcher 217 Marietta, r 48 Jones ave 

Wm, wks Fulton B & C Mills, bds 98 S Boulevard 

Aycock J P, motorman Atl Con St Ry Co 

* * SB, agt Wheeler & Wilson S M Co, bds 63 W Mitchell 

Ayers Albert P, eng E T V & G R R, r 58 E Georgia ave 
Miss Fannie, dressmkr M Adler, bds 195 Whitehall 
James A, sec boss R & D R R, r 602 Decatur 
James C, wks R & D R R, bds 602 Decatur 
Louis, wks De Loach Mill Mfg Co, r 21 Cornelia 
Louisa, Cj T 'J Eliza al 
Newton J, wks R & D R R, r 29 Sampson 
Samuel A, watchman R & D R R crossing, res 21 Cornelia 
Theodore, c, cook Washington Seminary, res 46 Walton 




Ayers William S, wks Trowbridge Furniture Co, bds 602 Decatur 
ABB COMMISSION CO, B A Bass mngr 115 Peters 



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Babbitt Wm F, mngr Union News Co, bds Kimball House 
Baber Miss Addie, elk J M High & Co, bds 87 Richardson 

Addie J (wid James) r 87 Richardson 

A K, bkkpr, bds 87 Richardson 

Henry, c, lab C R R, res 86 Humphries 

Rev Robert, res 175 Haynes 
Baccie Frank, printer, r 46 E Hunter 

Bach Henrietta D, (wid David), r 187 S Forsyth • 

Bachman Joseph, trav Liebmrn & Kaufman, r 104 Stonewall 

- Martin L, printer. Daily Citizen, bds 17 Woodward ave 
Backus Bloss, r 142 Chestnut 

James M, brickmason, r 399 McDaniel 
Joseph, c, brickmason, bds 151 Rockwell 
Mans B, bricklayer, r 71 Hulsey 
Sarah A J, (wid John T), r 16 Wells 

- Thos, c, brickmason, r 151 Rockwell , ^ ^^ _ 
Bacon Charles D, elk Hunnicutt & Belli ngrath Co, bds 70 Cone 



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-Ranon "De'Witt C. real estate, timber and lumber, pres Atl 

Bacon ©eWltt^u,^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^,^.^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^.^^^^^ ^^^^^ 

«* Henry H, elk J C Daniel, bds 274 Hilliard 

«« Sumner W, (Beck & Bacon) r 182 Crew 
Bacterio Medical Dispensary, Dr W C Smith pres Walter 
Bacterio m ^^^ ^^^ f^^^^ ^^ ^ ^^^^^ (See page 7) 

Badders Harry S, (Gibbs & Badders) r Glenn nr Wells 

^* H H, (Badders & Webb) r 72 Marietta . 

- & Webb, (H H Badders, A K Webb) contrctrs, 72 Marietta ja^ 
Badger Alice, c, laundress, r 227 Edgewood ave ST® 

Amanda, c, laundress, r 28 Capitol ave 
Charles, c, porter The Hollis, r Waverly place 
Elijah, c, lab, r 169 E Baker 
•• Robert H, c, dentist, r 18 Clifford 
Badler A B, c, lab Van Winkle G & M Co 
Baer Herman, butcher, bds 234 Chapel 

** Max J, elk A Abraham, r 234 Chapel 

*< Walter H, butcher, bds 234 Chapel 
Baertschy Charles, modeler Sou Terra Cotta Wks, r 3 Bluff 
Bagby Wm, (Maier & Bagby), bds Grant House 
BaLarlv Olin R, wks Atl Newspr Union, r 237 Greens Ferry ave 
gggg^^ & Co), r 30 Beecher W E ^ 

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Joseph M C, trav G E Johnson, r 450 Wheat 

Mathew B, canv New Home S M Co, bds 252 E Linden ave 

Oliver, c, laborer, r 35 N Humphries 

Robert, wks J F Cooledge & Bro, bds 35 Nelson; 

W A, fireman R & D R R 
Bailey Albert H, elk Ryan Co, bds 140 Davis 

Albert P, elk Thos Kirke Hdwe Co, r 140 Davis 

Alexander, c, lab, r 18 Parks 

Arthur H, wks Sou Mut Bldg & Loan Assn, bds 71 Luckie 

Benjamin E, wks W & A R R, r 170 Mills 

Berry B, c, r 204 W Mitchell 

Bessie T, (wid J N), sten H E W Palmer, bds 132 Spring 

Byron C, r 238 W Peachtree 

B,' wks Sou Spring Bed Co 

Charity, cook, r 156 Reed 

Charles, plumber, Wingate & Mell 

Collier B, c, wks C S L'Engle, r 438 Glenn 

Dawson, c, well digger, r S2 E Baker 

Edward L, barber D Cramer, r 164 S Forsyth 

Ferdinand, c, lab, r 183 Maple 

Fred A, elk A & P T Co, r 56 N Forsyth 



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Bailey George, c, lab J R Maxwell, r 25 Bellwood ave 
" George W, lab, bds 100 Maple 

Georgia, c, cook, res 95 Harris 

Gordon J, eng, res 97 Glenn 

Henry, r, drayman Tidwell & Pope, res 29 Greens ferry ave 

Henry B, c, wks S Fort, res 31 Reed 

Henry, lab, bds 2b5 E Harris 
.Homer, c, porter E T V & G R R, bds 38 Rhodes 

James, c, brakeman E T V & G R R, bds 275 Peters 

James, c, wks J M Ryan 

James, c, porter C R R, res 57 Lowe 

James E, c, lab, bds 183 Maple 

James H, mach, res 16 West End ave W E 

Jerry, c, wks Winship Mach Co, r 63 Rock 

Jesse B, cabinet mkr J M Stevens, bds 25 Haynes 

John A, foreman Winship Mach Co, r 44 Mills 

John S, tinner Wingate & Mell, r 67 Stonewall 

Joseph, carp, bds 298^ Marietta 

Joseph O, elk J M Alexander & Co, bds 54 N Forsyth 
Bailey Julian T, ^Rose & Bailey) r 443 Courtland ave 
" J G, trav V E Orr, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
" Lizzie, ^, r 9 Johnson 

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Mortimer G, elk Lowry Banking Co, bds 71 Luckie 

Oscar M, wks A C Ladd Lime Co, bds 116 Wheat 

Robert r, gas maker Atl Gas Light Co 

Robert, c, butler A McD Wilson, bds 351 Fort 

Sam, r, lab, r 75 Eliza al 

Sarah, c, laundress, r 351 Fort 

Sol, ^, wks Atl Elevator wks 

S E, elk J M High & Co, rms 42 AValton 

Thomas, c, butler M A Reed, bds 351 Fort 

Thomas, c, lab Water wks 

T C, elk Douglas, Thomas & Davison, bds 25 E Cain 

William, r, carp, r 58 Delbridge 

Wm, r, whitewasher, r 406 Mangum 

Wm B, c, carp, r 40 Parsons 

Willis, c, drayman, r 255 Edge wood ave 

Zedekiah, cotton buyer John W Sanders, r 5 Lucy 

Bain, see also Baynt. 

Bain Donald, upholsterer, r 367 E Hutiter 

Bain Donald M, pres Bain &-iCl^kpatrick Co, r 815 Peachtree 
Mrs Mary, bds 102 S Boulevard 
Wm, wks G C & N R R, r 102 S Boulevard 



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• sec and treas, hardware, guns and bicycles, 9 N Pryor 

5 Baird, see also Beard 

Harriett, ^, washwomn, r 200 W Mitchell 

James B, physn, 105 Capitol Sqr, r same 

James W, bds 472 Courtland ave 

James P, r 61 Jones ave 

J E, elk Wood Beaumont S & F Co, bds 45 Trinity ave 

J M, eng W & A R R 
gBaisden Albert V, elk D H Dougherty & Co, bds 24 Walnut 
o *' Frank M, wrapping elk M Rich & Bro, bds 24 Walnut 
« " Herberts, elk Smith & Simpson, bds 24 Walnut 
° ^* Joseph A S, grocer 45 S Broad, r 24 Walnut 
gBak Henry, physn, r 138 PuUiam 
5 Baker Amos, barkpr G W Hall, bds 9 Jennings al 

Augustus, c, drayman, r 107 Gartrell 

Barbara, (wid Charles D), r 519 Whitehall 

Benjamin, t% carp, r 15 Taliaferro 

Benjamin H, wks General Electric Co, bds 114 Luckie 

Bessie, c, r rear 524 Piedmont 

Cornelia, c, laundress, r 192 W Mitchell 

Mrs C M E, wks Selig Mfg Co 



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Baker Dennis, r, shoe maker, r 129 Peters 
Dennis J, collector, r 484 W Hunter 
Edward, wks Dixie Lumber Co, r 166 Gilmer 
Edward, c, wks E T V & G R R, r Ira near Arthur 
Ennis, c, shoemaker 129 Peters, r same - 

Frank, c, drayman, r Arthur nr Ira ^ 1^. * 

Frank B, salesman Marsh Smith & Marsh, r 31 Irwin W E 
F E, carp, bds 138 S Forsyth 
Georgia, c, dressmaker, r 13 Piedmont ave 
Green, r, wks E T V & G R R, r 3 Gemunden 
Harry E, elk Benjamin & Cronheim, r 16 Church 
Henry J, tel opr G P R R, bds 519 Whitehall 
Howard, r, wks Mrs J Levinger, r 11 Latham Row 
James, carp, bds.340 Luckie 
Jeanie, (widjohn), r 79 Magnolia 
Jennie, c, laundress, r 95 Humphries 
Jesse, c, lab, res 61 Inman ave 
John, r, res 168 Gilmer 
John, c, lab, res 185 Bell 
John B, eng A &• F R R, res 684 S Pryor 
John H, wks Boyd & Baxter Frn Co, r Curran nr Expositn 
John J, city salesman Shropshire & Dodd, res 226 State 

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} TIN ROOFING. GALVANIZED IRON WORK 
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Baker John M, mach Geo W Scott Mfg Co, res 331 E Fair 

John W, real estate, res 9 Jennings al 

Joseph C, c, shoemaker, 134 Peachtree 

J C T, foreman Dixie Lumber & Mnfg Co, res Edgewood 

Lou, res Curran nr Exposition 

Luther, <r, lab, bds 185 Bell 

Minnie E, (wid Frank) res 107 Walker 

Mary, c, r 113 Magnolia 

Milledge O, mgr Atl Beef Co, bds Talmadge House 

Milton, c, lab, bds 15 Taliaferro 

Oscar A, elk Douglas, Thomas & Davison, r 65 Eraser 

Robert H, bkkpr Trowbridge Furniture Co, r 453 Wheat 

Romulus,,^, painter, r 60 Hilliard 

Mrs Sallie E, boarding 192^ Decatur 

Wm, c, wks E T V & G R R Co, r Ira near Arthur 

Wm, r, lab, r 185 Bell 
Baker Wm A, prop Hollywood Cemetery, office 73 Old Capitol 

Wm A, bkkpr Fulton Lumber Co, bds 519 Whitehall 

Wm E, hat renovator 2J Marietta, r 368 Houston 

Wm F, trav Lamar & Rankin Drug Co, bds Shannon House 

Woodson, c, drayman, r 199 E Ellis 
Balagur Israel, tailor, Sj4 E Alabama, r 195 Thompson 



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LIFE IKSURAKCI CO., of Newark, H. f. AmcU •nr Fifty UHltoB Oollan. 

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Balch Charles T, sten Hoke Smith, bds 104 Orange -' 

John T, engr E T V & G R R, r 104 Orange 

John T jr, sten Evening Journal, bds 104 Orange 
Baldon George, trimmer, Atl Coffin Fy, bds 98 Elliott 
Baldwin Alfred P, r 355 W 3d 

Charles H, grocer 98 Alexander, r same 

Cicero Z, wks Sou Agl Wks, r 400 Davis 

C Forest, eng E T V & G Ry, r 87 Smith 

John, r, r 447 Richardson 

John C, cigar mnfr, 242 Decatur, r 302 Grant 

Joseph A, train dispr, bds 107 Trinity ave 

Lorenzo D, carp, r 35 Irwin 

Margaret J, (wid Joseph A), r 588 Capitol ave 

Robert, grocer 155 E Hunter, r 90 Bryan 

R, (wid Isaac B), r 107 Trinity ave 

Sallie A, r, r 29 Biggers 

Sylvanus M, wks A W McCandless, r Walkerville 

Thomas C, lineman Ga Elec Light Co r 58 Ponder 

Wilbur R, contractor for drilling, r 372 Spring 

Wm, painter, bds 588 Capitol ave 

W L, elk C H Baldwin, bds 98 Alexander 
Balkcon Vanderbilt F, elk Smenner & Co, bds 120 Mangum 

r Artists' Goods, All Kinds Toilet an<l 
< Other Brushes. No. 40 Peachtree 
(street. Telephone 1076. 

Ball Anthony, c, wks J J Schikan, r 197 Markham 
*' Cicero W, (Gresham & Ball) r 42 N Moore 

Frank M, brick mason, r 10 South 

Fred, comp Constitution Job Office, r Bellwood 

Henry, coll A J Miller estate, bds 5 1 N Forsyth 

Jennie, ^r, laundress, res 470 Davis 

Jerry, wks Van AVinkle G & M Co 

John N, painter, res 268 Clarke 

John W, patrolman, res 135 McAfee 

Lou, (wid Charles) wks Fulton B&C Mills, res 16 Reinhardt 

Shadrack, Cj lab, res 66 Delbridge 
Ballard A B, prop Ballard House, res 201 Peachtree 

Adolphus G, res 45 E Ellis 

Benjamin, optician Maier & Berkele, res ii8 Crew 

Mrs Hattie L, res 69 Eraser 
Ballard House, A B Ballard prop, 201 Peachtree 

John A, painter, res 142 Fowler 

J Oscar, doorkeeper Durands restau, r 25 Piedmont ave 

Mrs J W, bds Ballard House 

Lewis, Cj drayman, r'i2o Clark 

Wm C, commission, r 165 Rhodes 

W O, opr W U Tel Co, r Spring cor Powers 

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Ballard Transfer Co, (Atl Baggage & Cab Co), John A 
Colvin pres, Macon C Sharp supt, Union Depot (See 
front cover) .. 

Bollinger, see also Bellenger 

James, r, driver Atl Bag & Cab Co, r 176 W Hunter 
James A, c, eating house 103 Peters, r 128 Markham 
John, r, helper Dawson, Bergstrom & Co, r 156 Foundry 
Mary, c, r 44 Hunnicutt 
Baloney Cornelius, tailor 21 5J Marietta 
Balsom Aaron, r, lab, r 19 Nunnallys al 

Baltimore Clothing Co, (M Marcus, S Marcus) clthng, 62 Decatur 
Bancker Augustus H, elk R M S, bds 668 Piedmont ave 
'* Evert A, cotn buyer, r 668 Piedmont ave 
** Evert A, jr, l^^kpr Lowry Bankg Co, bds 668 Piedmont ave 
Bancroft George B, mach. Van Winkle G & M Co, r 740 Marietta 
J W, mach. Van Winkle G k M Co 



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Bandman Isidore C, trav, r 23 Baltimore place 

Bandy Nathan Clinton, asst printer, Edwards & Son, r 122 Luckie 

Banister Blair, spcl agt, W L Seddon &: Co, bds Leland House 

Bank of the State of Georgia, F M Coker pres, F M Coker 

jr, cashier, 49 Loyd 
Banks Austin, c, truck hand, Ga R R, r 137 N Butler 

THE MUTUAL LIFE|^"""^"9^^'"^^^^^^^"' 

INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. I Gen'l Agts., 10 DECATUR ST. 

Banks Catherine, <:, r 99 Summit ave 

Charles, c, wks Peters st compress, bds 487 Glenn 

Charles, c, drays Union Mill & Warehouse Co, r 174 E Cain 

Courtney, r, coachman Mrs M Grant 

Frank, c, waiter the Ardmore 

George, r, grocer 181 E Cain 

George, c, lab, bds 231 Rhodes 

George, r, lab. r 65 Valentine 

Green, r, blacksmith A H Lemon, r 24 Morris 

Hattie, c^ svt Mrs N L Coffer, r rear 55 Whitehall 

Henry, r 165 Peachtree 

Henry Jr, trav Atl Guano Co, r LaGranga, Ga 

James, asst city tax collector, bds 165 Peachtree 

James, ^, lab, r 612 Whitehall 

Jas R, sec Ellen N Land Co 

James W, watchman C R R, r 13 Rock , 

Jeremiah, r, wks W & A ii R, r 46 Johnson 

Lem, r, wks Elsas, May & Co, r 231 Rhodes 

Lemuel, c, wks Atl Paper Co 

Levi B, wks Gate City Coffin Facy, r 37 Doray 

Lewis, r, porter E W Blue 

L J, printer Franklin Pub. House 



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M. B. TOBBETT ft CO., (Successors to Torbett & McCandless.) 
General Agents for Georgia and .^abama 
•S KIMBAI^ HOrSE, DECATCB STREET. 







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Banks Manson G, wks Boyd & Baxter Furn Co, r 115 Jones ave 

Mary, c, laundress, r 126 E Baker 

Ophelia, c, laundress, r 65 Chamberlin 

Patrick, r, wks S A Albright, r 90 Richmond 

Robert L, carp Winship Machine Co 

Sallie, c, cook, r 65 Valentine 

Thomas, r, lab, r Greens Ferry ave W E 

Thomas C, elk R M S, r 22 Smith 

Wm, ^, lab, bds 29 Ennis al 

Wyatt, c, laborer, r 66 Hilliard 
Bankston Charles H, mech, r 277 Chestnut 

Fannie E, (wid S I), r 68 Fowler 

John, r, porter Cannon House 

Miss Maggie, wks Dixie Laundry, r 107 Houston 

Ransom A, elk Clay & Malone, bds 16 Walnut 

Samuel, painter W S McNeal 

Slaton B, condr A C St Ey Co, r 174 E Georgia ave 
Banton Felix, r, lab, r 187 Bell 

Baptista Sister Mary, supr St Joseph Infirmary, 294 Courtland 
Barber Charles, c, house mover, r 1 1 Boaz 

"■ General, c, porter Hart Bros, r 53 Rhodes ^^ 

"■ Henry T, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, r 244 E Linden JBj 

W J Mallard JrJRENTlNG AGENT r\ 

■■ ■ Wt IlltlllttlUj UI I (^ Office, Fifth Floor E«|ult«ble Building. lUom 50i>. ^^ 

Barber John, driver J W McSweeney, r Marietta ^J 

*' Milton, c, lab, E T V & G RR, res Ira nr Amy . ~ 

'' Sidney, c, wks National Press Co, bds 11 Bowles 
Barbour Wm F, res 108 E Ellis 

" Wm H, elk Dobbs Way & Co, bds 108 E Ellis 
Barburn Jerry, r, helper E T V & G R R 
Barclay, see aho Berkele 
' "• John F, (Wylie & Barclay), res 76 W Peachtree 

** R N, fireman E T V & G R R 
Barcoat Geo W, bds 17 Scofield 
Barefield Henry H, wks Oakland Cemetary, res 379 E Hunter 

** John W, grocer 377 E Hunter, bds 379 same . 

** June, Cy lab, res 169 E Baker 
Barfe George, fruits 21 W Mitchell, res 81 J S Broad 
Barfield Henry, student, bds 229 E Fair 

" John H, lab, r 163 Foundry 

" Thomas J, tailor, r 302 E Fair 
Barford F K, elk R M S, r Peachtree Park 
Barg« Jacob J, (Parker & Barge), bds The Ardmore 

Sewell & Campbell, (Wm P Barge, James S Sewell, Robert 

E Campbell), grocers 190 Peters 
Wm P, (Barge, Sewell & Campbell), r Whitehall bey limits 

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Barili Alfredo, music teacher room 3 Y M C A, r Manchester 
Barker Albert B, hostler E T V & G R R, r 34 McDaniel rd 
" Brader, trav The Clark Hardware Co, r 490 Whitehall 
" Charles D, r 90 S Forsyth 
Barker Charles P N, (Barker & Holleman), r 302 Peachtree 
'* Daniel W, carp J Alexander, r 105 Jones ave 
Edward, c, lab, bds 322 Milliard 
Frank, c, grocer 322 Hilliard, r same 
George, brick mason, r 14 N Butler 

George, c, butler W M Dickson, r rear same Ap% 

John J, carp, bds ^^ Poplar cA 

Joseph F, plmbr, bds 165 Foundry 
Wm D, eng Met St R R, r Ridge ave, bey limits 
Wm H, plate prntr T P Stevens Si Bro, bds 105 Jones ave 
Wm W, (W W Barker & Co) bds 164 S Forsyth 
Barker W W & Co, (W W Barber, Edward L Osburn) book 

bindres and blank book mfrs, 2^ N Broad 
Barker & Holleman, (C P X Barker, J T Holleman) real es- 
tate and mortgage bankers, rms 30-31-32 Gould bldg 
Barksdale Carl D, wks Franklin Pub House, bds 107 Walker 

Ed W, bndle wrapper Douglas Thomas & Davison, bds 22 
Windsor . 



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Barnes Mrs Amanda L, bds 52 Piedmont ave - 
A Jack, carp, bds 146 W Hunter 
Ben S, col Atl Nat Bk, bds 45 E Mitchell 
Rose, c, wks Woodw^ard Lum Co 
Bowman, c, blksmith, r 298 Smith 
B, carp, bds 46 E Mitchell 
C A, wks Ga Electric Lt Co, r 16 Gray 
Daniel B, printer Evening Journal, r 79 Mangum 
Edward H, wks G R R, bds 122 Loyd 
Frank, wks Woodward Lum Co 
Frank, c, lab, bds 54 Castleberry 
Hartman, wks Simon & Frohsin 
Henry, c, fireman Atl, compress, r 47 Hills ave 
Henry, c, tchr, bds 4 Box 
Jack, c, wks F M Jacks, r 47 Thompsons al 

Barnes James J, deputy sheriff Fulton Co, r 283 Whitehall 
Miss Janie, elk Simon & Frohsin 
John, c, wks Wood & Beaumont Co, r 128 Magnolia 
John A, phvsician, office 231 E Fair, r sanie 
John M, bucher 155 E Hunter, r 206 Marietta 
John M, deputy collector internal revenue, bds 67 Fairlie 
Joseph, '^, wood sawyer, r 84 Johnson's ave 









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Barksdale Charles E, grocer 159 Peters, r 22 Windsor 
Walter R, grocer, 171 Smith, r 160 Glenn 
Wm A, elk C E Barksdale, bds 22 Windsor 

Barkshadt J Fred, tailor, r 54 Bush 
^ Barlow Jackson, c, wind mill builder, 415 Edgewood ave, r same 
Samuel, r, laborer, r 74 Valentine 
Susan, c, r 85 Gullatt 



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BarmoUy see aho Berman 

'' Annie, hsekpr A Denk, r same 
»Barmore Eugene R, carp May Mantel Co, r 396 Houston 
Barnard, see also Bernard 

Frank L, Jr, elk Keely Co, bds 510 Whitehall 
George S, depty elk U S Courts, bds 37 Poplar 
*• Mary F (wid Frank L), r 510 Whitehall 
Barner Eugene, c, porter C K Buzbee, r 198 E Cain 

G W, cornice mkr Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, bds 125 W 

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Henry F, blksmith, r 52 Bush * 

Tuskey, c. coachman P W Rose • 

Barnes Albert, r, city lab 



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Barnes Lovick P, lawyer 49i E Hunter, bds 97 Capitol Square 

Lovic P, policeman, r 246 W Fair 

Mattie, c, eating house 476 Decatur, r 84 Johnson s ave 

Steve A, carp L W Phillips, r 46 E Mitchell 

Violet, c, r 6 Grady 

William, c, wks Trowbridge Furn Co 

W^m, c, wks R W W^iUiams, r 7 S Buder 

W^m, r, woodsawyer, r 84 Johnson's ave 

Will H, elk T J Barnes, bds 283 W^hitehall 

Wm T, eng t R R, r 169 Mangum 

W Henry, commission 12 N Broad, r 404 Loyd 

W N, carp, bds 146 W Hunter 
Barnett Ebenezer grocer Hampton nr Dillon res same 

Rev Edward H Pastor First Presbyterian Church res 22 
\W Harris 

Edward H, Jr, student, bds 22 W Harris 

Emma, c, laundress, res 60 Porter 

Eugene, sign painter, 12 E Ala, bds Atlanta House 

Fred, c, lab, res 307 N Butler 

Gerald, c, driver Dr J C Avary, res 41 Ivy 

James T, bookkpr Nelson Morris & Co, res 83 Crew 



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Barnett Jesse B, car insp E T V & G R R, bds 15 Fortress ave 
John, asst starter A C St jR R Co, res East Point 
John, peddler, res 76 Yoilnge , 

John, c, wks C T Ladson, res 221 Ivy - 

John, works Willingham & Co ' 

John T, wks L H Hall & Co, r Echo Bellwood 
Joseph, c, pavtr public wks, r 1 1 Porters al 
Joseph, wks Willingham & Co 
J, wks Sou Agl Wks 

J T, printer Mutual Printg Co, r 26 Mitchell 
Rueben, r, butler H G Saunders, r 105 Houston 
Rueben, r, janitor, r 59 Chestnut 
Riley A, wks East Point, r Hampton nr Dillon 

Barnett Samuel, attorney and real estate loans, room 537 Equi- 
table bldg, bds 175 Ivy 
Stewart M, elk J Regenstein & Co, bds 275 E Fair 
Thomas R, student, bds 22 W^ Harris 
Wm, c, wks Atl Cotton Mills 

Barnum Nathan, r, lab, bds 198 E Cain 

Barnwell Charles F, «ecty Everett-Ridley-Ragan Co, r 45 Currier 
Elijah, lab, r s s Wilson ave, i e W Peachtree 
Henry, lab, bds E Barnwell 



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Barnwell James A M, yd cond ETV&GRR, ri37 Jones ave 

John, lab, bds E Barnwell 

Joseph, tel opr E T V & G R R 

Major, r 15 E Mitchell 

Newton T, driver Eng Co No 5, r 23 Bailey 

Valentine T, mscl instrmts, 38 Peachtree, r 335 Courtlandave 

Wm E, lab, bds E Barnwell 

Wm O, elk V T Barnwell, bds 48 Gilmer ^ 

Barr George B, traveling auditor, A & W P Ry and W Ry of Al- 
abama, r Palmetto Ga 
** G Roy, agts elk So Ex Co, r 118 Richardson 
Barrens John, r, lab, bds 35 Trenholm 
Barter, see also Barrow 

** Wm L, wks Woodward Lumber Co, r 23 Postell 
Barrett Charles A, eng W & A R R, r 142 Mangum 

Ed W, Washington correspt Atl Constitution 

Ernest R, trav Dawson Bergstom & Co, r 89 Capitol Sq 

Mrs Esther M, tchr Spelman Seminary, r same 

J B, car insp ETV&GRR 

Robert, laborer, G P R R 
Barrett Rev Robert S, Dean St Lukes Cathedral, r 16 Houston 
*' Thomas A, policeman, r 95 Venable 



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Barrett Vayson M, r 345 Luckie 

William, bds 344 Whitehall 

Wm E, fireman C R R, r 11 Bush 

Wm W, elk So Ex Co, r Bellwood ave near Jackson 
Barron Alexander, carp, r 179 Fowler 

Charles D, molder DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, bds 19 Hood. 

Fannie, c, laundress, r 7 Sugar al 

Henry W, printer Constitution, r 175 Chapel ^ 

H H, mach Van Winkle G & M Co 

John M, printer Constitution, bds 40 Smith 

Thomas J, gun and locksmith, r 19 Hood 
Baii'OiVy see also Barrer 

Fanny, ^, laundress, r 491 Wheat 

Hugh V, with Corona Coal Co, r 182 Ivy 

Irwin, c, helper Atl Mach Wks 

J M, wks Label Tress 

Thomas, lab, r 261 Orme 

Thomas J, policeman, r 26 Fitzgerald 

Willie F, elk J V H Nash & Co bds W E 

ZoUecoffer C, wks C Parks, res 26 Fitzgerald 
Barry Andrew D, elk H A Jolly & Sons, res 34 Lucy 

John A, salesman Marsh Smith & Marsh res 113 Washington 

BE. P. BI<OOD WORTH, Gen. Agt 
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" R E, elk R M S res Decatur Ga 

Bart Eugene, mch Van Winkle Gin & Machy Co, res 34 Humphries 

Bartell Chas, helper J F Steinhauer _ 

Barth F Carl, elk Chas H Behre, res New Flat Shoals rd nr limits 

Bartholomew Thomas, wks Emery Market Co 

Bartles Miss Bessie, wks Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills bds 42 Howell 
Miss Estelena, wks Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills bds 42 Howell 
Miss Hyacinth, wks Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills bds 42 Howell 
James M, wks Renfro Mfg Co, res 42 Howell 
Miss Maggie, wks Fulton B & C Mills, bds 42 Howard 
Robert C, wks Sou Furn Co, bds 42 Howell 

Bartlet A, wks Sou Spring Bed Co 

Bartlett Miss Bettie, elk New Home S M Co, bds 168 Luckie 
Charles B, printer Franklin Pub Co, bds 168 Luckie 
Miss Harriet J, teacher Storrs School, r 120 Houston 
John, c, wks Sou Bottling Co 

Nathaniel M, elk Wellhouse & Sons, r 172 Luckie 
Walter, painter A C St Ry, r 27 Marcus 

Bartley Charles, c, lab, bds 166 Wheat 
'' John, helper J F Steinhauer 

Barton Caleb J, grocer 104 Greens Ferry ave, r 102 same 



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" Robert H, watchman R & D R R, r 19 Daniel 
Bartow House, Mrs T S Latham propr, 40 Bartow 

" Wm, r, lab, r 57 Fain 
Barwald David, trav salsmn, r 52 McDaniels 

Morns, (M Banvald'& Co) r 314 Rawson 
M & Co, (Morris Barwald) whol papr and bags, 10-12 E 
Mitchell 

Bashlor Zenas, carp, r 171 W Hunter 
Baskin Arnold C, paintr, r 356 Davis 
" James, c, r 79 Walnut 
" Zack S, paintr, r 354 Davis 
Baskins J W, c, mssngr W U Tel Co 
Bass B A, mngr Babb Com Co, r West End 
Elijah H, ^, elk P O 
Miss Emma, drssmkr, bds 221 E Faff 
Bass Ezekiel M, (EM Bass & Co) r 51 Peachtree 
Bass E M & Co, (E M Bass, J L Bass), dry goods, shoes and 
notions. 51-53 Peachtree 
George, res Macon, i n Bleckley ave 
Henry J, r 251 Mangum 
Howard L, printer Franklin Pub House, r 48 Tatnall 





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Bass Hubbard G, salesman li Rich Sc Bro, bds 342 Edge- 
wood ave 

H Chase, printer, bds 48 Tatnall ^ 

James B, wks city, bds 475 E Fair 

James H, fireman W & A R R, r 370 Haynes 

James H, fireman W & A R R, r 251 Mangum 

Joseph L, (E M Bass & Co) r Rome Ga 

Julian E, (Bass & Stowers)bds 475 Fair 

Kittie, c, laundress, r 1 1 Pfedmont ave 

Lee, c, wks Atl Con Bottling Co, r 125 Magruder 

Miss Mamie, tchr Walker St School, r 168 Ivy 

Prof Wm A, prin night school, r 51 E Cain 

& Stowers, (Julian E Bass Wm H Stowers) wood and coal 
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Bassett Exar, c laundress, r 41 Garnett 



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Hilliard R, c, grocer 266 Windsor, r 127 S Pryor 
Jonathan S, adv mngr So Cultivator Co, r Decatur Ga 
Scott, elk Smith & Dozier, r Decatur Ga 
Batchelor James A, saloon 40 S Pryor, r 162 S Pryor 



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Bates Miss Annie, wks Atl Paper Co, bds 338 Eraser 

** Charles K, (Bates-Kingsbery Co), r 160 E 59th st N Y 
Bates-Farley Co, M L Bates pres, W A Bates cashr, stocks, 
bond and loans 1 2 W Alabama 
** George, (G Bates & Co), r 139 Luckie 
Bates Q & Co, (G Bates, J F Beck), proprs Sou Dye House, 
22-24 Walton (See back cover) 
James A, stock elk Kiser-Moore-Draper Co, bds 65 Houston 
James S, detective, r 338 Eraser 

Jasper M T, r, eating house 552 Decatur, r 230 Houston 
Jesse W, stock clerk Gramling-Spalding-Kmgsbery Co, bds 

65 Houston 
John, r, wks R & D R R, r loi Venable 
John F, bkkpr Sciple Sons, r 200 Kimball 
Kin^sbery & Co, (Charles K Bates, Charles S Kingsbery, 
'^G C Elfe, L W Brown), whol clothing 30-32 Decatur 
L Taylor, bkkpr, r 265 Eraser 
Milledge E, pres Bates-Farley Co, r 701 Peachtree 
Robert C, cond Met St Ry Co, bds 338 Eraser 
Robert M, c, barber Ed Person, r 267 Fort 
Russell, r, driver Commercial Oil Co 

Southern paint t "EiassEo4*Ka^iytia^ 

Bates Miss Sallie, wks Atl Paper Co, bds 338 Eraser 

Stephen, c, driver city, bds 13 Lawshe 

Stephen, r, drayman, r 38 Central R R 

Vienna M, r 230 Houston 

Wm, c, wks Standard Oil Co * 

Wilson A, cashier Bates Farley Co, r cor Spring and Fourth 
Batiste Pink, c, nurse C C McGehee 
Battey Emily Verdery, (wid George) proprietress Sou Bureau ot^ 

Journalism, r 509 Woodward ave 
Battis Miss Annie M, teach Spelman Seminary, r same 
Battle Alfred F, r, coal and wood, 82 Eraser, r 149 Clarke 

Allen, c, driver city res 361 W Hunter 

Anthony, c, barber Edgar S Jgnes res 265 Hpynes 

Felix, c porter Armour Packing Co res 187 Bell 

George, r, oiler ETV&GRRres8 Middlebrooks row 

George W, collector G W Avant res 6 Mechanic 

Hattie, c, washwoman res 8 Johnson 

John, r, watchman Sou Cotton Oil Mills res 49 Trenholm 

John C, clerk O I Culberson res 133 Peeples W E 

John C Jr, bds 133 Peeples W E 

Linton, carp res 213 Formwalt 

Rev London, c, res 205 Formwalt 

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Battle Miss Mamie, tchr -Walker St School res West end 
Martin, r, drayman res loi E Harris ; 

Richard, r, r 29 Fort 1 • - 

Robert, r, mes W U Tel Co 

Sandy, c, vvks Woodward Lum Co, r 68 Tanner's al 
Miss Susia H, tchr Walker st school, bds 133 Peeples, W E 
Tamer, c, laundress, r 315 Little 
Thomas C, lawyer, r 486 Crew 

Thomas H, elk A M Robinson & Co, bds 28 Houston 
William, <•, butler W P Inman 
Bauer Eugene, wks Weitzell &: Fitzgibbon 

" Henry, shp elk Wellhouse & Sons, r 173 PuUiam 
Bauer William, prop Crescent Steam Laundry 124 Peachtree, 

r 182 S Forsyth 
Baugert Edwin, wks Gate City Art Glass Wks 
Baugh Annie, r, r 53 Granger 
" Edgar, r, r 57 Tanner's al 

'' Elijah L, elk D H Dougherty & Co, bds 70 Capitol ave 
" Henry B, collectr A J Miller «Sc Son, bds 55 N Forsyth 
" James O, floor walkr D H Dougherty&Co, bds 70 Capitol Av 
*' ' Julius S, flagmn R&D, bds 15 Boulevard 
" Samuel, r, lab, r 69 Welton al 




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Baylor Tilden G, (Baylor & Baylor), bds The Leland 

'' & Baylor, (Henry B & Tilden G Baylor), civil engmeers, 
Courthouse Annex '' * / 

Bai/ne, see also Bain • ■ . 

' ' Henry V, elk S M Inman & Co, r 94 GuUatt 

*< trav Genl Elec Co, bds 26 Church 

Bayol A E, comp All Constitution, bds 46 E Hunter 
Bazant Oscar, c, doorkeeper Aragon Hotel, r 88 E Cain 
Bazell Richard, c, peddler, r 114 Markham 
Beach Bros, (J Aaron G, Solomon W) plumbers 12 Loyd 

'* J Aaron G, (Beach Bros), r 162 PuUiam 

'' Solomon W, (Beach Bros), r 283 Decatur 

" T R, motorman Atl Traction Co 

Beachler r, teacher Clark University, r South Atlanta 

Beadles Etch, r, fruits 105 Chapel, r 60^ Ivy 

'' Henry, c, bds 3^ Ivy 

'' Joseph S, c, butler Mrs H H Tucker, r 117 Little 

'* Mary, c, wash woman, r 327 Capitol ave 

'' Robert B, elk John B Daniel, bds 71 Luckie 

*' Sarah, c, boarding house 3^ Ivy, r same 
Beal J C, wks Atl Coffin Fy 

'' Robert, c, wks R & D R R, r 200 Mangum 



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INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. I Gen'l Agts., 10 DECATUA ST. 

Baugh Scott L, carp, r 70 Capitol ave 

Mrs Sophronia E, r 15 Boulevard 

Wm, c, wks Compress, r 46 Gemunden 

Wm, c, blksmith, r 53 Granger 
Baughan Benjamin F, paintr, r 37 Kelley 

Edgar A, paintr, r 123 Martin 

Fred, paintr, bds 37 Kelly 

Miss Curlis, elk Lamar & Rankin Drug Co, bds 37 Kelly 

Miss Cora, wks Odair & Shumate, bds 147 W Mitchell 
Bauknight J F, mach E T V & G R K ^ 
Baum John W, Novelty Wks 22 Culver, r same 

"■ Otto G, bk]cpr Harry Frank, r 138 Pulliam 
Baxter Andrew, r 152 W Peachtree 

George, painter, bds 194 Hilliard 

Lena, r, laundress, r 20 Ella 

Mason, c, butler George Wilson 

Robert, r, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co 

Sallie, c, cook, r 429 Richardson 

Sidney, frgh\ condr R & D R R, r 378 Edgewood ave 

Thos W, r 144 Spring 
Baylor y see also Bealor • 

'* Henry B, (Bay)or & Baylor), bds The Leland 



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Beal Rosa, (wid Wesley), bds 3 Savannah 
Beale Belle, c, dressmaker, r 105 Houston 

'' Josephine O, r, teacher Summerhill school, r 105 Houston 

Bealer, see also Baylor 

'* Alexander, c, wks Sou Bottling Co 

Bealer Alex W, reporter Atlanta Journal, bds 387 Jackson 
Emily J W, (wid George E), r 387 Jackson 
George E, asst mgr A & P Tea Co, bds 387 Jackson 
Miss Gertrude E, teach Boulevard school, r 387 Jackson 
Pierre M, mgr The Great Adantic & Pacific Tea Co, r 387 
Jackson 

Beally see also Bell 

Arthur C, salesman M Rich & Bro 
Egbert, res Highland ave, i s Augusta ave 
Noble P, elk Caldwell Bros, r 45 Woodward ave 
Samuel O, elk Markham House, r same 
Wm J, with Atlanta Rubber Stamp and Stencil Works, r 
332 Courtland ave 

Bean Abbie L, (wid Henry J), r 54 Hood 

Miss Ada M, sten Mo Pac & A R T Co, bds 54 Hood 

Ephraim, c, wks Smith & Simpson, r 17 Lawshe 

Henry G, cashier Keely Co, bds 54 Hood 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Go.}sanitary plumbers, 

5S and 64 Peach tr«?Btr*^ J StBaill anO UaS t itterS. 



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Louis, gflfice boy Osborn & Brewster res 54 Hood 
Robert L, mgr J F Lester & Co res 128 Martin 
Wm L, shp elk Gholston Spring Bed Co bds 54 Hood 
Wm R, printer J F Lester, & Co res Edgewood ^ 

Beane Charles J, trav res 141 Pullium 

'' Robert M, brick mason res 105 Martin 

Beard see aho Baird 

Edwin N, with Brady Miller Stables bds 149 Marietta 
Homer, wks Holliday Lumber Co bds 100 Mangum 
James I L, elk Wood & Beaumont S & F Co bds James A 
Cape 

Bearden Loyd, r, lab res Elizabeth nr Mary 
Morris, r, lab res 44 Reed 
Moses, Cy lab Atl Lumber Co 
W K, bkkpr J B Hightower & Co, bds 108 Trinity ave ^ 

Beardsley Charles, gents furnshr, 12 E Hunter, r 307 Capitol ave 
Charles B, elk Chas T Sparks, bds 226 Ivy 
Frank E, bds 307 Capitol ave 
Joseph R, elk W & A R R, bds 307 Capitol ave 

Beasley Anthony E, c, medicine, 95 Houston, r 233 Fort 
" C C, Cf elk R M S, r 197 Edgewood ave 

LeSUEUR & RUNGE{ftBgag.igI§ 

Beasley Edward, c, lab, bds 390 Hilliard 

George, farmr, bds 233 Lee WE . 

James D, physn, 216 Peachtree, r same 
Jane, c, domste, r 60 Piedmont ave 
Margaret F, (wid George J) r 233 Lee W E 
Mary F, (wid George), bds 97 W Cain 
Sarah, ^, laundress, r 42 Solomon 
Thomas, c, fireman W & A R R, r 62 Lowe 
Wm L (A B DooHttle & Co), r 391 S Boulevard 

Beath John M, prop Ga Ice Co, r Euclid ave Inman Park 

Beatie David A, live stock, r 202 Capitol ave 
D T, mach Van Winkle G & M Co 
Edward B, elk J S Beatie, bds 202 Capitol ave 
Elijah H, wks Venable Bros, r 399 Edgewood ave 
Gilbert, c, brick mason J A Fischer, r 199 Edgewood ave 
John L, whol grain & hay 54 N Broad, bds 56 W Peachtree 

Beatie William D, prop Atl Nurseries rm 508 Equitable Bldg, 
bds 202 Capitol ave 

Beatty Lucius J, c, (Beatty & Taylor), r 170 Fort 

*' Wm Henry, bkkpr Treadwell, Abbott&Co, r 526 Wood'd av 

Beatty & Taylor, c (L J Beatty & G Taylor), carps & fur rep 
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repaired and refinished. Upholstering neatly 
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Beauchamp A L, lab R & D R R 

A R, mach R & D R R 

Elijah, bds 6 Savannah 

George B, wood & coal 504 Decatur, r 77 G R R 

Silvina V (wid Newton), r 6 Savannah 

AVm, wks Van Winkle G & M Co, bds 6 Savannah 
Beaumont Albert, sec & treas Wood & Beaumont Stove & Furni- 
ture Co, r 26 Capitol pi 
** Wm' H, bkkpr Atl Con Bottling Co, r 144 Crew 
Beauprie Arthur W, tel opr E T V & G R R, r 565 Whitehall 
Beauprie Wm R, supt Ga div E T V & G R R, r 565 Whitehall 
Beauregard George, r, r 58 Dover 

Beavers George A, r, wks F R Bunker & Co, r 69 Robbins 

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Beavers George W, agt, coal and wd, cor Wheat and Boulevard, r 
376 Wheat 

Henry, <:, wks West End, r 3 Pine WE 

Henry, r, butler, bds 69 Robbins 

James L, policemn, r 359 W Fair 

John, mach DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, 

Reuben E, firemn R & D R R, r 20 Gospero 

Robert, c, portr Arnold & McCord 

W Colman, bds 144 Lovejoy 
Bebro Louis, bkkpr Keely Co, bds 205 S Forsyth 
Beekf tee also BoecJch 

Absalom M, wks Willingham & Co, r 66 Lowe 

Albert L, (Samuel W Goode & Co) r 711 Peachtree 

Alex (Beck & Bacon), res 123 E Fair 

Charles B, with L B Nelson 12 Gate City Bank, bds 304 
Boulevard 

Elder, ^, res 92 W Linden 

Floyd, Cy lab J S Watson res McDaniel nr Fletcher 

Hiram M, wks C J Daniel bds 66 Lowe 

John, res Poplar, Bellwood 
Beck J Frank, mgr Troy Steam Laundry Co res 216 Courtland 
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34-36-38 Capital Ave res same (see page 26) ; 

Louis H prest Beck & Gregg Hardware Co and Atlanta j 

Machine works res Kimball House 
Randolph, eng E T V & G R R r 304 Formwalt 
Beck Steam Laundry Co, J F Beck mngr proprs Troy Steam 
Laundry, Atlanta Towel Supply Co, Atlanta Carpet 
Cleaning Co 37-39 Marietta (see covers) 
** William C, carpbds 68 Davis 
Beck & Bacon (Alex Beck, Sumner W Bacon), State Agts Dr H , 

Sanches Electropoise Victory 36 Grant Bldg 
Beck & Gregg Hardware Co, L H Beck, pres, W A Gregg, 
sec ti: treas, Wm M Crumley, v-pres, Wm A Porter, 
asst sec & treas, wholesale hardware, mill supplies, 
bicycles, 35-41 N Pryor 
Beckham Eugene E, elk R M S, r 58 Crew 
Green, c, wks E T V & G R R 
Wm, c, shoemkr, r 47 Robbins 
Wm E, trav J B Daniel, bds 5 1 N Forsyth 
Bedell Stephen, t", lab, r 43 Solomon 
Bedford Charles A, flagman G C & X, bds 144 Lovejoy 
" Harvey H, city detective, r 144 Lovejoy 

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|llf ii|f I IIHI MM IIIIIIIPI^ CUKE, WOOD AM) AXTllKAdTK. 45 XariHU St. 
W W bll I Wl^ Dl ■fWl^l^ ( Offlw Telfph oHo 669. Yard Ttl^i.honc Ua4. 

Bedford John H, plumber Butcher Cic Wingate, r 144 Lovejoy 
Joseph H, printer, r 587 Marietta 
kufus S, wks Atlanta Cotton Mills, bds 105 Luckie 
Wm P, wks Sou Spring Bed Co, r 95 Plum 
Bedingfield Charles P, printer Journal, bds 32 Garnett ^ 
'* Sarah, (wid Walter) bds n s Bleckley ave, 4 e Peachtree 
" Wm H, with The B M White Furniture Co 
Beebe Mary D, (wid Charles), elk Douglas, Thomas & Davison, 

bds 158 S Pryor 
Beecham, see Beauchamp 

Beecher Robert P, director Sou Marble Co, r 197 Jackson 
BeecUes, see Beadles 

Beeks Charles P, elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, r 270 Spring 
Beemus Miss Carrie E, teacher Atl Bapt Seminary, r same 
Beermann, see also Berman 

Beermann Charles, (Charles Beermann & Co), r Kimball House 
Beermann Chas & Co, (Charles Beermann, Joseph Thomp- 
son), proprs Kimoall House 
Beermann & Silverman (H C Beermann, Harry Silverman), 
tobacco and cigars, soda and mineral waters, ice cream, 
confectioners and florists, 19-21 Peachtree and 1-3 
Decatur 

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'' Henry C, (Beermann & Silverman), r 375 Whitehall 
Beers Mrs Flora, bds 147 Piedmont ave 
Beese Corinne, (wid John), bds 188 N Boulevard 
Beeze Miss Susie, wks F E Block Co bds 240 Foundry 
Begg William, trav Bates Kinsgbery & Co, bds 269 Whitehall 
Behling Albert H, lawyer 7^ N Broad, r Ormewood Park 




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Behre Charles H, agt Nat Cash Reg 4 E Alabama, r 62 Cooper 

'' Oscar, elk W & A R R, bds 505 Capitol ave 
Beighle R W, tchr Clark University, r So Atlanta 
Beher, '<ee Bie^er 

Beiter M A, cutter Con Jol, Office, r 188 Simpson 
Belben Wm, c, wks Tech School 




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Belcher Asabannah C, (A C Belcher & Co), r 157 W Mitchell 

AC&Co, (Asabannah C Belcher, A Guerin), meat 114 

Mangum, r 159 W Mitchell 
Elihu H, ^, carp, r 284 Magnolia 
James E, plumbr Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, r w s Macon 

3 n Stuart 
John H, steam fittr The Guimarin-Engles Co, r n s Stewart 

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Louis, lab, r 388 McDaniel 
Thomas J. wks AU Gas Light Co, r 176 ChapeJ 
Wm, helprThe Guimarin-Engles Co 
Belden Josie, (wid Nealy) bds 465 Woodward ave 
" Newton, carp, bds 465 Woodward ave 
" Wm J, carp, R & D R R, r 465 Woodward ave 
Belding N M, carp R & D R R 

'' S A, watchmn E T V & G R R 
Belew John, r, wks Wathan & Co 

Belford Clark & Co, A J Smith mngr, 80 Marietta . 

Belk Rev Samuel R, pastr Paynes M E Ch So, r 354 Luckie 

*' Warren, elk H A Snelling, r Blackall District 
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Allen, c, drayman r 123 Fort - . | 

Alonzo, lineman Ga Electric Light Co 
Arthur, c, driver Stocks Coal Co, r 7 Gemunden 
Arthur C, elk M Rich & Bros, r 87 Nelson 
B F, collector J J Barnes : 

Charles A, sten M J Walker, r 190 Luckie 
Charles E, elk Julius H LaHatte, bds S^ Pulliam 
Clifford A, elk W & A R R, bds 240 Elliott 
Miss Dora, glk G Garrow, r 32 Rock 
Ed, Cj carp, r 250 Courtland ave 
Miss Ella, dressmkr, r 53 P"'ain 
Ella, r, washwoman, r 137 Orme 
Elsay, c, washwoman, r 14 Greens Ferry ave 
Mrs Emma, boarding 97 N Pryor 

Frank, v-pres & treas Aragon Hotel Co, r Jersey City 
George, c\ eating house 14 Piedmont av, r 115 N Bell 
George, c, bds 250 Courtland 

George R, salesman 'A J Spencer & Co, r 183 Crew 
Hallie, f, laundress, r 66 Ravvson 
Harrison T, salesman, r 22 Sifnpson 
Henry, r, lab, r 3 Hollins 





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Isaac, r, wks Trowbridge Furniture Co, bds 123 Fort 

James, r 5 Bush 

James, fireman C R R, r 39 Markham 

James, c, wks Wm E Hoyle 

James A H, (Ga Soap Co); r 79 Lee W E 

James L, cond A & W P R R, r 49 Windsor 

Jeff, c, lab pub wks, r 73 Valentine 

Jefferson, c, wks P H Harralson, r same 

John, plumber The Guimarin-Engles Co, bds 46 E Hunter 

John H, r, carrier P O, r 300 Wheat 

Joseph, r, wks J T Oliphant & Co, r 12 Fifth ave 

J, c; wks Trowbridge Furniture Co < 

J A, opr W U Tel Co 

J Pierce, bds 385 E Fair 

Larkin R, c, wks Atl Compress & Whsng Co, r 4 Elm 

Lee, r 53 Fain 

Lillie, Cy laundress, r in Magnolia 

Lucy M, (wid J C), r 40 Bush 

Miss Lula, mail elk M R Com Agency, r 22 Simpson 

Mack, Cj lab, r 65 Emmett 

Madison, r 187 Alexander 





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Bell Mary E, (wid Wm), r 322 E Hunter 

Mary J, (wid Marcus A), r 146 S Pryor 

Mary Lou, c, cook Henry E Williamson, r 16 Fort 

Mattie, c, laundress, r 15 Richmond 

Noble B, elk Caldwell Bros, bds 45 Woodward ave 

N Van, eng W & A R R, r 134 Alexander 

Miss Orelia K, bds 146 S Pryor 

Parmelia A, (wid Jasper) res 83 Pullium 

P, c citv teamster 

Richard E, elk Mutual Life Ins Co bds 97 N Pryor 

Thacker H, (Blount & Bell), res 29 Kimball 

Thomas, r, res 253 Frazer 

'I'homas, i, res 18 Jeptha 

Thomas D, car insp A & F R R, res 32 Rock 

T M, with H L Schlesinger, res Gainesville Ga 

Wade, r, wks General Electric Co, res 319 Jackson 
Bell Walter S, Sash Doors and Blinds, 33 Ivy, res 2 16 Capitol ave 

Wesley, c, cook G W Adair res rear 

William, bds 19 Ponce de Leon ave 

Wm,carp, bds 87 Piedmont ave 

Wm, r, shoemakr, r 227 Chestnut 

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Wm, c, wks Corona Coal Co y 

Wm, r, watchmn, E T V & G R R, r 50 Orange 
Wm, ty wks Empire Printing Co, bds 7 Crumley 
Wm, c, wks Atl Cotton Mills 
Wm E, i\ shoemakr, 86 S Forsyth, r 38 Leach 
Wm H, grocr, 318 Marietta, bds 5 Bush 
Rev Wm T, pastr St Paul M E Ch, r 17 Hill 
Wm W, eng C R R, r 132 Nelson 
W Howard, wks R & D R R, bds 17 Hill 
Bellah Eliza, c, laundress, r 117 Markham 

Jeff D, elk J M High & Co, bds 45 W Harris 
Sarah J, (wid James), r 45 W^ Harris 
Miss Willie H, sten Phenix Ins Co, bds 45 W Harris 
Bellamy John L, cond A & W P R R, r 17 E Fair 

*' John M, bkkpr M B Torbett & Co, bds 46 E ElHs 
Bellamy Miss Minnie Li, stenographer Kimball House, bds 
86 Wheat 
" Robert, c, driver Chatta Brick Co, r 257 Chestnut 
** Wm C, physician, r 86 Courtland ave 
BelUiiger, .see aho BaUinger 

** L Fred, (Rogers, Bellinger & Prior), r 70 Ivy 

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Bellinger Mollie, (wid Augustus), r 280 E Fair 

Bellingrath Albert, supt mechanical dept Hunniciitt & Bel- 

lingrath Co, r 177 Crew 
Bellingrath Albert F, supt plumbing dept Hunnicutt & Bel- 
lingrath Co, bds 1 7 7 Crew 
Charles, hei^r The Guimarin Engles Co, bds 407 Luckie 
Herman W, bds 177 Crew 
Ida, (wid Herman), r 407 Luckie ' 

Belliveau Edward S, elk Phillips & Crew Co, bds 79 McAfee 

" Emma D, (wid D). r 79 McAfee 
Bellow Arthur, c, laborer, bds 221 Vine 

•' Charles, c, laborer, bds 221 Vine • . 

** John, c\ laborer, r 221 Vine 
Belmont The, Mrs S Guerrard Mngr, 62, 64 &: 68 Walton, 

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Belt Rev Isaac, r, r 155 E Ellis ' 

Belton Isaac, i\ lab, bds 155 E Ellis 
Belyeu Wm S, (Couch & Belyeu), bds 265 Houston 
Belvin George H. blksmith, r 169 Thompson 
Bender Chas H, r 61 Humphries 

'' Louis, elk Wm Bender, bds 102 Elliott 

" Philopcena. elk Wm Bender, r 54 W Hunter 

THE MUTUAL LIFE^Cunningham&Shedden , 

INSUPANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. I Gen'l A§t8., 10 DECATUR ST. 

Bender Samuel, t\ lab, r 103 Larkin j ~ 

" William, saloon ^2 W Hunter, r same I 

Benedict Earnest, wks May Mantel Co 

" John J. elk B Vignaux, r 219 E Hunter 
Benefeild Robert, c, paisiiifr, bds 292 Fulton 
Bode, see also Bennle. 

Benie Abraham, tailor Hirsch Bros, bds Nat Hotel 
Benjamin Hermon (Benjamin & Cronheim), r loij Whitehall 

'• Lucy A (wid John S), bds 19 Pulliam 

*' Morris, vice pres Atl Machine Works, r 25 7 "Whitehall 

*' Sol, mngr Atlanta Ice Co, r 22 Cooper 
Benjamin & Cronheim, (H Benjamin, S Cronheim), druggists 

loi Whitehall 
Benler John, r, r 164 Ellis 
Benner Charles, supt Atlanta Elevator Works 

Bennet Henry, elk Comm'r Agriculture, State Capitol, r Marietta, Ga 
Bennett Arthur, elk The Great A & P Tea Co, bds 139 E Hunter 

*' Austin, c, lab, r 22 Lowe's alley 

'* A, r, wks Atl Tract Co 
Bennett Benjamin F, job printer 21 S Broad, r 39 Crew 

*' Benj F, Jr, bkkpr Atl Journal bds 39 Crew 

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Bennett Charles K, elk J S Davidson, bds 68 Garibaldi 
'• Claud N, correspondent Journal, bds 21 W Cain 
Mrs C D, wks Fulton B & C Mills, r Hampton 
Elizabeth, (wid John), r 3 Hill 
Frank, c, wks city, r rear 88 Houston 
John, c, carp, r 61 Kennesaw al 
Isham, i\ lab, r 51 Richmond 

lames W, plumber Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, r Curran 
Jane, c, r 114 E Baker 

John, wks Dixie Lumber Co, r 68 Garibaldi 
'lohn T, plumber, r Jackson, near Bell wood ave 
J r, Gordon, bds 28 Houston 



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Musgrove, carp, r 209 Love 

Ras. i\ driver J L Beatie, resi9 Wilson 

Riley W, grocer Bellwood ^Ave i^ellwood, res same 

Robt L, elk Everett Ridley Ragan Co, bds 32 Wheat 

Smith, res iii Rockwell 

Union, c\ porter J T & J E Maddox 

Walter C, bkpr Dohme <S: Corrigan Grocery Co bds 39 Crew 

Warren, c, porter F E Block Co , 

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Benning Augustus H, coal and wood 359 Decatur and Simp- 
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Bennitt Ziba, elk Sou Rwy cS: S S Asso bds 189 Ivy 

Bensel Wm, contractor res 66 E Ellis 

Benson Allen,/, eating house 235 Peters, rsame 

B, physician, bds 65 Capitol ave 

Charles F, (W P Smith & Co), phys 120 Capitol ave, r 65 
Capitol ave 

David, r, cook G R DeSaussure 

George, c^ wks Atlanta Vinegar Works 

Miss Lillie, elk Douglas Thomas & Davison, bds 43 
Piedmont ave 

Maxwell C, r 43 Piedmont ave 

Perrin, woodwkr John M Smith, r 423 Woodward ave 

T J, wks Edison Electric Co, r 48 E Hunter 
Benteen Frederick W, Colonel U S Army, r 39 Pavilion 
Bentley Charles S, r, barber 16 S Broad, r 203 Houston 

Clifton P, wks Sou Furn Co, bds 580 Decatur 

Dozier T, elk Chamberlin Johnson & Co, r 32 Borne 

Elijah H, wks Sou Furn Co, bds 580 Decatur 

Haken, r, porter D Klein 

Henry H, wks Sou Furn Co, r 580 Decatur 

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Bentley Jabez, c, lab Dixie Lum & Mfg Co, r iii Larkin, 

John E, ehf eng Atl Trac Co, bds 64 McDaniel 

John J, r, porter Kimball House, bds 8 Jennings al 

Joseph, c, carp, r 8 Jennings al 

Lucie M (wid Oliver), r 133 W Mitchell 

Moses H, (% barber 16, S Broad, grocer 294 Peters, r same 

Nettie O, r, teacher Roach st School, r 294 Peters 

Oscar W, r 182 Angier av 

Pinion, bds 33 Peters 

Thomas, c, drays Butler & Walcott, r 35 Ella 

Timpy, r, cook, 118 '4 Whitehall 

William A, contractor and builder, r 25 Cornelia 
'' Wm E, r, wks W & A R R, r 56 Rock 
Benton Amos, r, lab, bds 12 Air-Line al 

Andrew, c, gardener, r 10 Louisa al * 

Estella (wid Wm A), r 115 E Ellis 

Levi, c, lab Winship Mach Co, r 6 Raspberry al 

Lucy, c, laundress, r 4 Fain 

Nelson, r, lab, r 160 Linden 

Wm J, brickmason, bds Boyd House 
Bentz Wm, wks A S Robbins, r Decatur Ga 



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Berbusse Carl, mgr Gate City Reed & Willow Ware Fety, r 70 E 

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Berger David, r 106 Gilmer ' ^ 

" Miss Sallie, wks Marsh, Smith & Marsh m 

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Bergstrom Andrew M, (Dawson Bergstrom & Co,) res 88 S Pryor o 

'* Ernest L, supt Atla Perfumery Co, bds 88 S Pryor ^ 

*' J E travls Atla Perfumery Go, bds National Hotel 2 

'^ O M, bkkpr Dawson Bergstrom & Co, bds 158 Courtland o 

Berkele, seeaho Barkeley ami Barclaxj , . ^ „ > 

Berkele John, (Maier & Berkele,) res 368 Whitehall q 

Berkovitz Moses, tailor, res 114 Gilmer ^ 

Berks Alfred, c, cook, res 109 W Pine ^ , , a 

Berlin George, wks Lemke & Powell, bds 32 Casdeberry < 

'' Kate, (wid Ernest), res 32 Castleberry 

Berman, see also Beerimn g 

Joseph, res 172 S Pryor ^ „ '^ -n 

Miss Josie, tehr Walker St School, bds 172 S Pryor „ 

Miss Rosa, tchr Davis St School, bds 172 S Pryor H 

ii __, bkkpr Elsas, May & Co, bds 48 Gartrell 3, 

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Mrs A H, dressmaker Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, r 39b b 

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Elizabeth, r, r 347 Wheat 
Sister Mary, tchr Academy Immaculate Conception, r 

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Peter, carp Beutell Mfg Co, rn s Florence, i s East ave 
Berne Wm J, elk Tripod Paint Ca, bds 92 Marietta 
Bernhart John, r W 3d, near Ponder 

" , brickmason bds 19 Hills ave 

Bernstein Emil, decorator The Fair, r 48 Brotherton 

" Jacob, peddler, r 43 Courtland ave 
Berry Baily, c, cook W^ W Boyd 

Baylis, c, lab, r 194 E Harris 

Charles, r, lab Atl Gas Lt Co 

Charles M, trav, r 83 Park, WE 

Charles W^ mail elk Constitution, bds 94 Stonewall 

Miss Cora L, music teach, bds 94 Stonewall 

Crockett, c, r Golden ave ^, , ^ ^ j 

David, wks Expo Cotton Mills, r 61 Old Expo Grounds 

Elizabeth, c, cook F M Scott, r same 

Eugene M, elk C O Tyner, r 89 E Elhs 

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Berry Eve, r. r 4 W Hunter al 

Frank M, asst teller Amer Trust & Bnkg Co, bds 89 E Ellis 

Geo L, elk E T V & G R R, bds 89 E Ellis 

Henry, f, barber Wm Finley, r 144 Markham 

James, r, brickmason, r 172 Smith 

James M, r 94 Stonewall 

Jane, (wid Wm), r 263 W Fair 

Jane, c, sick nurse, r 66 Reed 

John D, (Bigby, Reed & Berry), bds Kimball House 

Joseph, wks Fulton B & C Mills, r 9 Badger 

Laura, r, laundress, r 47 Parsons 

Lilla, r, r 11 1 Magnolia 

Margaret, (wid Woodson), r 16 Piedmont ave 

Maxwell R, capitalist, r 47 Walton -. 

Mary E, (wid Wm), bds 11 1 Crew 

Minnie, c, laundress, r 14 Air-Line al 

Rachel, i\ laundress, r 130 E Baker 

Richard, c', hb, r South ave, cor (xarden 

Robert A, jeweler The A S Delkin Co, r 91 Hood 

Thomas D, r, office boy Joseph E Robinson, r 47 Parsons 

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Haynes 
Besser Bismarck, bds 29 Lucy 

Charles A, corniccmkr Hunnicutt & Be'lingrath Co, r 57 Bush 

•' Charles A Jr, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, r 57 Bush 

*' R B, cornicemkr Hunnicutt Cs: Bellingrath Co, bds 29 Lucy 

'* Miss Susie, r 26 Henry 

.'• W Emory, wks Atl Cias Light Co, r Belhvood Ga 
Bessie Allien, can). ]\\j> ."85 Marietta 
Best J P. elk 'J\'ie Fair, hds 45 Wheat 
Bethea Lenton S: ])0;;;eman, r 84 Howell 



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'' V/m E, r 433 Woodward ave 
Bethel .XL'ssouri, i, laundress, r 153 Clarke 
Bether J Oiway, cigar maker B Lloreris, r 3^ Marietta 
Betterton Absalom C, carp, bds 32 Borne 

'* Joshua R, wks C W Wynne, r 18 Haynes 
Bettie Thomas J. wks Trowbridge Furniture Co, r 19 Corley 

Wm H, elk W J Faulkner, r 309 Decatur 
Bettington Sarah, t, laundress, r 279 Terry 
Bettis Horace I, asst mngr Atlanta Con St Rwy, res West End 

'• Joseph E, .meat market, 355 Peters, res 163 Walker 

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'* Frank, c, laundress, res 13 Hulsey 
'' Henry, i, lab, res 173 Ira 
Jesse, f, lab, res 175 E Ellis 
Milton, r, lab, res 246 Windsor 
AVilliam, r, barber A Nash, res 175 Fori 
Betz S F, miller Union Mill Warehouse Co 
Beutell Huss M, prest the Beutell Mfg Co, res 99 W Harris 
Beutell Mnfg Co The, Huss M Beutell pres, John H C^ay sectv 
and treas, interior finish, office fixtures etc, Houston 
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*' William, carp, Beutell Mnfg Co 
'' Wm A, watchman, res 59 Tumhn 
Bevil James K, wks E T V & G R R, res 146 Rockwell 
Bevis Miss Emma, sales lady Wheeler & Wilson Mfg Co, 
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John W, wks Leiberman & Kaufman, bds 48 Pratt 
Samuel R, trav agt Freyer k Bradley, r 48 Pratt 
W Z, wtchmn DeLoach Mill Mfg Co 
Bexley Hugh L, elk J C Fuller, bds 224^ Peters 

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Beyer Martin, (M Beyer & Son), r 112 De catur 



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Beyer M & Son, (Martin, Henry G, Fred A and Wm J Beyer) 
bakerv 112 Decatur, r same 

Bibbs Robert, c, wks Pim cS: Taylor, r 166 Howell 

Bibbins Thomas, r, lab Van Winkle G & M Co 

Bibby B F, driver Atl Dairy Co, bds 50 Poplar 

Bichers W^ K, condr E T V & G R R, bds 698 S Pryor 

Bickart Edward E, elk The Fair, bds 42 Windsor 
" Leroy, bds 42 Windsor 

Bickart Monroe L (Bluthenthal & Bickart), bds 42 Windsor 

Bickers Wm K, cond E T V & G R R, bds 45 Buena \ista ave 

Bickford Ben F, physician 144 Peters, r same 

Bicks Mark, r, lab, bds 128 Ira 

Bidgood Tully W, butcher, r 357^ Peters 

Bidwell Everett C, ship elk Geo W Scott Mfg Co, r 

Biedermann Carl A, elk Peter Linch, bds 73 E Fair 

Biesenthal Isaac (J Regenstein & Co), r N Y 

Bieser Albert H, butcher, bds 170 Gilmer 
David F, saloon 258 Decatur, r same 
Jacob M (Crow & Bieser), r 170 Gilmer 
John C, elk Turn Verein Club, r 142 Logan 

Big Bonanza Cigar Store, (A L Cuesta, Adolph Wolff) 17 Peaca 
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Bigby Alex, c\ porter Geo Ruhman, r 82 Hunnicutt 

'• Hammel S, bds 326 Washington 

-' John S, (Bigby Reed & Berry) r 326 Washington 

'• Pompey, c, bartndr Milliard Woolfolk, bds 82 Hunnicutt 
Bigby, Reed & Berry, (John S Bigby. John C Reed, John D 

Berry) room i, 66J Whitehall 
Biggers Gustavus B, barkpr E'^E Smith, r 71 Fairlie 

'• Irene, <•, domestic, r 212 Gilmer 

'- Julia, {-, laundress, r 40 Rawson 

:• Lillie, (wid Willis R) r 92 Luckie 

Stephen T, physicn (eclectic) 77^ Peach tree, bds 98 Luckie 
Terry .S, (E M Bass & Co), r 92 Luckie 
Vic, c, laundress, r 13 Martin 

'' Willis R, apprentice G L Norrman, bds 92 Luckie 

'' Rev, r. Baptist minister, bds Long view ave 
Jilifhamy see also Bingham 

•• E Lee, carp, r 79 Foundry 

" James B. t\ bartender Jas A Batchelor, r 64 S Pryor 
Biles Wm, helper Wingate «^ Moll, bds 35 Nelson 
Billings Anson E, eng Thomson-Houston Electric Co, r 46 Church 

" Elizabeth, wks ^I Barwald, r 115 Markham 

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Hillings William, drivdr Central Coal & Wood Co, r 115 Markham 

Billingslea L C. insurance agt, rms James' Bank Building 

Billups Albert, ^, heajd waitp Hotel Weinmeister, r 6 Grace alley 

*• R R, railway postal clerk, r Decatur, Ga 

" Wm, <:, woodcutter, r 4S6 E Fair 
Binder Fred, elk Big Bonanza Cigar Store, r Edgewood 
BuiffJiam, see also Bi(jham \ 

'' James A. bds 10 Savannah 

*' Parnell P, carp,> r 10 Savannah 
Binnie Miss M C, wks Gholstin Bed Spring Co, r 187 Plum 
Binyon Wm, c, wks Milam & Patterson, r 150 Houston 
Bippus John, (H C P(jndleton & Co), r 701 Piedmont ave 
Bh'ch, see uho Burch 

*' Elizabeth, r, laundress, r 238 Irwin 

'• Ellen, c, laundress, r 272 Irwin 

•' Margaret McL,i(wid Edmund P) bds 113 Park, W E 

•• Timothy, i\ wks R & D R R, r 136 Bradley 
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'' Alice, f, laundress, res 13 Fuller al 

'* Cherokee, c, res 70 Browns al 

'• David, r gardener, res 35 Crumley 

" Foster <r, wks Atlanta Gas Light Co, bds 129 Formwalt 



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Bird George, r, lab, res 76 Himnicutt 

Ida, c, laundress, res 8 Fullers al - 

James, c, wks A & F R R, res Ira nr Arthur 

James, c, wks W H Bell, res Gray 

John, r, wks W & A R R, res 393 Hunter 

Miss Julia L, elk J M High & Co, bds 86 N Pryor 

Kate L, (wid John T) furnished rooms, 86 N Pryor 

Lettie, <:, cook, res 55 Piedmont ave 

Mark, c, lab, r 350 Smith 

Martha, c, laundress, r 112 Fort 

Nelly, c, r 169 Fort 

Nelson, c, barber, r St Lawrence ave bet Jackson & Hilliard 

O, c, wks Thos S Lewis 

Robert, foreman Atlanta Water Wks r 167 Hemphill ave 

Samuel, c, drayman Morgan & Bro, r 56 Central R R 

Taylor, c, w^ks Singer & Miller, r rear 10 Warren PI 

Terrell, c, carp, bds 95 Greens Ferry ave 

Wyly, c, lab, r 152 Butler 

Birden Charlotte, c, laundress, r 132 Fort 

" Henry A, elk Ga freight depot, r 233 E Hunter 

Birdie John, c, lab, r 393 E Hunter 

Birdine T C, bnckmason, bds 70 S Boulevard 



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Birdsall Co The, T E Grimes mgr, machinery and engines, 70 S 

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Birge, see Burge 

Birley Hilliard, r, lab, r 80 Hunnicutt 
Birney Theo W, (Blalock & Birney) bds 326 Sprmg 
Bisaner Miss Grace, elk Bolles & Bruckner, bds 69 Luckie 

*' Samuel B, wks Atl Brew & Ice Co, bds 211 Ivy 
Bishop Andrew, elk W E Venable, bds 54 N Forsyth 
C H, physician, bds 116 S Pryor 
Doyle, opr W U T Co, bds 47 Brotherton 
Edward P, bkkpr Echols & Richards, r 62 N Forsyth 
Fletcher, wks Sou Tel Co, bds 130 Wheat 
Fred, wks General Electric Co, bds The Albermarle 
Freeman A, sec Sou Art Glass Co, r 120 Peachtree 
F A, bkkpr, bds 48^ Decatur 
George D, opr Postal Tel Co, bds 261 Whitehall 
George W, drugs, 524 Decatur, bds 282 Houston 
John, bkkpr W & A R R, r 153 Davis 
John, paver, bds 46 E Mitchell 
John V, contr, r 86 Summit ave 
Joseph, cook Merchants Restaurant, r 27 Poplar 
Martha A, (wid C) r Echo near Poplar 

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" Thomas L, (Bishop & McWhorter) r 246 E Cain 
'* Thomas L, jr, sten Bishop & McWhorter, r Lithonia 
" Wm C, foreman Milles & Bradt, r 76 Fraser 
'^ Wm H, cutter J Lyiich, r 47 Brotherton 
Bishop & McWglortei' (Thomas L Bishop, James L McWhor- 
ter), lawyers, M E Wall 
P3ivings Jesse, r, tcllr, r 11'^ Markham 

" Wm B, mch \V & A!R R, bds 276 Simpson 
Bivins Lee Grant, c, bds ijii E Cain 
Bixby Charles, bds 329 (Gordon, W E 

** Frank S, engi Atl Cotton Mills, r 329 Gordon, W E 
" Samuel E, bds 329 Gordon, \V E 
Bizien Mrs A J M, teach West End Academy, bds 140 S Pryor 
Bizzell Benjamin W, physician, bds 261 Forest ave 
Hallie S (wid William D), r 261 Forest ave 
James B, elk Atl Tel Ex, bds 42 Spring 
Thomas, c, wks Pollock Sc Co, r 26 Capitol ave 
William B, wks D^Loach's Mill Mfg Co, r ^^ Jackson, 
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Black Charles E, elk R C 'Black, bds The T.eyden 

Eugene R, real estate, rms 242-244 Equitable Bldg, bds 410 
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Henry H, salesman Marsh. Smith & Marsh r Americus 

Isham, r, lab. Van Winkle's G & M Co 

Jas R, (Black «fe Mcintosh), r 17 E Alabama 

John T, molder Aenchbacher Bros, r 334 Mangum 

[oseph, i\ coachman A L Beck 

J W, c, lab Van Winkle Gin cS: M Co 

Leonard T, carp, r 89 Chapel 

Linsey, cook, r j8i Marietta 

Lizzie, r, laundress, r 668 Decatur 

Mrs Mary, r 411 Decatur 

Nellie P, (wid George R), r 639 Peactitree 

Philip, i-, brkmaHX E T V & G R R 

Robert M W, Episco missionary bds 639 Peachtree 

Robert W, wks General Electric Co, bds 218 Spring 
Black R C, shoes 35 Whitehall, r 222 Washington 

Miss Sallie. nurst Hebrew Orphans' Home, r same 

Solomon, t\ carp, r 55 Chestnut aye 

S L, with II L Schl'esinger, r Opelika Ala 

Thomas J; barkpr J M Vaughan, r 18 Antoinette 

Thomas W, mach Paul & Gullatt Mfg Co, bds W L Boggs 



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Black William H, lawyer rrtis 242-244 Equitable Bldg, bds 
410 Peachtree 
Wilmer, wks H L Schlesinger, r Baltimore Md 
W, bds 81 Houston 
Z C V, fireman R & D R R 

& Mcintosh (Jas R Black, Clark T Mcintosh), grain, 17 E 
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Blackburn Benjamin M, jounalist, r 150 Washington 
*' Fannie A (wid J C C), bds 242 Woodward ave 
*' Henry, brkmason, bds 138 S Forsyth 
Blackburn John C, contractor & builder 748 Equitable, r 149 
Litde (See page 63) 
'' Mrs Martha D(wid Scott), bds 169 Haynes 
Blackburn Robert B, lawyer 20^ E Ala, r 242 Woodward ave 
" Roy, brkmason, bds 138 S Forsyth 
" W A, ry postal elk, r 135 Spring 
Blackford Nellie G (wid Alexander L), r 128 S Pryor 
Blackman Anderson, r, carp, r 48 Winship al 
Bartow, c, brickmason, r 284 Fulton • 
Benj B, wks E T V & G R R, r 189 Smith 
" David, r, r 63 Fort ___^ 

W. J. Mallard. Jr.{g!ALjsTATX}og;e.^^^^^^^^^ 

Blackman David D, eng Fulton B & C Mills, r 10 Factory 
Frederick, c, r 102 Maple 

George P, night watchman, Phenix Planing Mill, r 28 Pratt 
Hattie, (wid John), r 128 Stonewall 
Joseph E, f, janitor, r 220 Piedmont ave 
R E, eng R & D R R 
Thomas, c, blacksmith, r 13 Ennis al 
Thomas T, eng Georgia R R, r 32 Fitzgerald 
Wm H, mach E T V & G R R, r 285 Crumley 
Blackmon Charles C, eng R & D R R, r 446 Wheat 
'' David, c, porter, r 256 Luckie 
*' James M, mach R & D R R, r 15 Lucy 
Blacknall Benjamin O, elk S M Inman & Co, bds 56 Park W E 
" Henry S, elk W R Hoyt, bds 56 Park W E 
'* Thomas H, bus mngr Kings R Ger Co, r 56 Park W E 
Blackshaw Monroe, c, brick mason, bds 9 Battle 
Blackshear John N, c, elk Int Rev Office, bds 182 N Butler 
Blackstaff Joseph, driver, bds 124 W Pine 
" J J, stone mason, r 124 W Pine 
'' William, stone mason, r 104 Lovejoy 
Blackstock Jasper, carp, r 309 Simpson 

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Miss Lizzie, stripper A L Cuesta, bds 76 Kennesaw al 
Robert H, wks Atl Mch Co, bds 309 Simpson ^ 

Thomas, brickmason, r 22 Henry 
Wm H, elk W D Harwell, r 461 Luckie 
Blackstone Alfred E, wks Sou Terra Cot Wks, bds 240 Greensfry 
Blackwelder M P, fireman E T V & G R R 
Blackwell Bradford, <r, wks T I> Bexley 

Geo A, elk E T V & G R R, r 337 Smith 
John D, elk A H Benning. bds 11 Williams 
J P, steward Dixie Club, r same 
Blacock Charles, carp, bds 439 Davis 
Blair David P, bds 37 Popular Circle, Inman Park 
*' Fannie, r, r 73 Wells 

** G Dawson, coupler R&: DRR, r273 Decatur , 

" Israel M, stockman, r 39 Hills ave 
" James, bds 37 Richardson 

" J W, shippg elk M Barwald & Co, bds 37 Richardson 
*' Nathaniel L, butcher, bds 491 Whitehall 
" Wm S, cattle dealer, bds 349^^ Peters 
Blake Amanda, <-, laundress, r 2ioj.^ Peters 

LeSUEUR & RUNGE{ARga^S^ 

Blake Andrew, wks T J Donaldson, r 204 Rawson 
" Arthur A, teacher, bds 23 Trenholm 
** Clarence, c, brickmason, r 132 Bell 
'* David O, elk R M S, bds 177 Woodward ave 
" Floyd, r, wks T A Minor, r 26 Rawson 
" Haralson, f^ blksmith, r 20 Vine 
** Harry, printer Constitution, r 250 W Fair 
'* Henry E, c, porter So Exp Co, r 298 Fraser 
" John, foreman Sou Belting Co, r 96 McDaniel 
'* Joseph, wks W & A R R, r 72 Richmond 
'* L (Blake & Rose), r 69 Decatur 
** MoUie, r, laundress, r. 43 Hills ave 
'' Thomas H, r, carp, r 18 Hills ave 
*' ^ Rose (L Blake, Lucy A Rose), eating house 69 Decatur 

Blakeley, see also Bleckley. 

Blakeley Charles, c, shoemaker 87 Houston, r 247 Butler 

Blalock Alex, c, porter Tiller & Suttles, r 49 Bro>\;n's al 
*' Austin, ^, r South ave near Reed 
" Charles M, lather, bds 136 Gray ^ 

" Charles Z, (Blalock & Birney), r 37 Highland ave 
'* EM, pres Manchester Investment Co, r Jonesboro, Ga 
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' '' Mary, r, laundress, r 124 Forest ave * 

Pink, c, wks W & A R R, r rear 156 Magnolia 
L H, elk J M High & Co 
Wm, <r, lab, bds 179 E Ellis 

& Birney, (Chas Z, Theo W), lawyers 231^ Whitehall 
Blanchard John, r, porter Big Bonanza Saloon, r 309 Butler 
'* Matthew, carp, bds 125 W Mitchell 
'' Wade H, r 125 W Mitchell 

'' Wm, elk Tel Exch, r East ave bet Carlisle and Prospect 
Blanche Sister Mary, teacher Acdmy Imac Conception, r 86 Loyd 
Bland Mary, r, v 63 Williams 

" Wm, r, wks J W McSweeney 
" Wm E, r, eating house 100 W Mitchell, r same 
Blankenship David, foreman Ga Soap Co 

'' James A, mach Phoenix Plan Mill, r 696 Woodward ave 
" Robert D, wks Phoenix Plan Mills, bds 696 Woodward ave 
Blanton Benjamin, r, gardener W A Hemphill 
" John J, mess Sou Ex Co, bds 185 Loyd ^ 
" Joseph, wks Traynham & Ray 
Blassingame Ira, fireman Ga R R yard, bds 32 Pratt 
Lula, c, laundress, r 9 Fraser 



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" Wm W, eng Ga R R, r 286 Decatur 
Blecklei/, see also Blakeley 

"■ Logan, depty state attrny. State Capitol, bds 91 Merritts ave 
Bleckley Logman E, Chief Justice Supreme Court of Ga, r 247 

Peachtree 
Blesch W F, barber D Cramer, r The Brunswick 
Blevins Minnie, c, laundress, r 151 S Forsyth 
Bliem Herman, (Bliem & Leyh) r 254 W Peters 
Bliem & Leyh, (Herman Bliem, Conrad Leyh) stm bread and 

pretzel bakery, 127 W Peters (See side lines) 
Bliley Frank X, undertkr, 49 E Hunter, r 79 Piedmont ave 
Block Charles C, pres Aragon Hotel Co, r Jersey City N J 

'' Frank C, (F E Block Co) bds 550 Peachtree 

** Frank E, (F E Block Co), r 550 Peachtree 
Block Frank E Co, candy & cracker mfrs and wholesale fancy 

grocers, 35-37-39 E Alabama 
Blocker Daniel W, shoemkr, 378^4 Decatur, r 409 Decatur 

'* Oscar J, wks Elsas, May & Co, r 2 Todd 
Blodgett Edwin F, supt free delivery P O, r 240 Ivy 
Blodgett Foster, bds 240 Ivy 
Blodgett John F, chf elk Ry Mail Service, r 412 Courtland ave 



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" Thomas M, mail elk Atl Post Offiee, r 141 Walton 
Blood Balm Company, AG Candler, pros, J B Brooks, see, 42^4 

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Bloodworth Clarenee J, elk Chamberlin, Johnson &Co, bds 22 W 
Georgia ave 
Emily L, (wid Thomas), r 22 W Georgia ave 
Herbert O, receiving teller The Atlanta National Bank, r 49 

Woodward ave 
James M, salesman Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, bds 344 

Whitehall 
Bloodworth Jason G, notary public & ex-officio J P 27^ E 

Hunter, r 344 Whitehall 
Bloodworth Litt, Jr, sec East Atlanta Land Co, r Inman 
Park 
*' Sol, sten United Underwriters Ins Cb, bds 344 Whitehall 
Bloodworth Thomas H P, genl agt Union Central Life Ins 
. Co i7{. Marietta, r 49 Woodward ave, (See right center 
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Bloomendale Charles R, wks Fulton B & C Mills, r 36 Reinhardt 
Bloomfield Elizabeth, (wid Michael) r 20 Pulliam 
'• Patrick J, bookkeej)er, bds 20 Pulliam 

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DUN mil UUIIL (Yard, Spring St.. Cor. W.& A. R.R. Y.rd Tel. 1434. 

Bloomfield Richard B, elk C R R, bds 20 Pulliam 
Blosher Oscar, printer Fulton B & C Mills 
Blount Adolph, c, lab, r no Ira 
'• H Percy, printer, r 323 Hill 
'• John, saloon, 156 Marietta, r 1 10 Walton 
'• John T, r 267 Peachtree 

'• Josejih A, c, porter Delbridge Paper Co, r 226 Vine 
Lewis, r, truckman Union Depot, r 235 W Hunter 
Louise M, (wid John T) r 376 Hilliard 
Michael H, deputy sheriff Fulton county, r 14 Markham 
'• Patrick ]., elk C R R, r 9 Warren place 
- S V, (wid J E) r 135 Ivy 
Biudsoe Bailey, i\ janitor old Capitol, r 131 Houston 
Blue Bosson B, c, lab, r 248 Chapel 

Blue Ernest W, watches, clocks, jewelry and diamonds, 73 
Whitehall, r 321 Boulevard 
*' Nelson, c, driver A H Benning, bds 270 Hilliard 
'' Ridge Marble Co, W S Saul mgrSou Dept, ofilce Gate City 
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Blumberg Morris N, jeweler 128 Decatur, bds 114 Gilmer 
Bluthejithal Aaron, (Bluthenthal & Bickart), r 371 Whitehall 



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Marietta, tel 378 (See right top lines) 
Boag John G, merchant, r 105 Spring 

Board of Health, W S Armstrong pres, J B Baird sec, Cham- 
ber of Commerce bldg 
Board well Edward, jeweler, r Planters Hotel 
Boartfield Jacob S, mach E T V & G R R, r 430 Windsor 
Samuel, carp, r 283 Marietta 
Miss Wesley, elk J W Cowdery 
W W, wks Atl Gas Light Co, r 145 Luckie 
Boat Vurdor, eng C R R, bds 29^ S Broad 
Boatenreiter Joanna B, (wid John), r 14 Formwalt 
Boaz James R, elk Sou Rwy & S S Asso, bds 54 N Forsyth 
Bobo Chaney, grocer, Bellwood ave, Bellwood, r same 
" George W, (Bobo & Hood,) r 23 Carter 
*' Mack, helper, the Guimarin-Engles Co, 
Bobo & Hood, (George W Bobo Robert J Hood,) groceries 240 

Marietta 
Bock Leo, artist & engraver, 31^ W Mitchell, r 234 Oak W E 
Boclare M F, cond E T V & G'R R, bds 698 S Pryor 
Boddy Guy, r, blacksmith, 455 W Hunter, r 135 Chestnut 





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" Miss MolHe, wks Fulton B & C Mills, r 7 Savannah 
Bodenhamer Joshua A, printer Peoples Party Paper, r 377 Eraser 

*' J Edger, printer, bds 377 Eraser 
Bodge William, c, wks Trowbridge Furniture Co, r 36 Old Wheat 
Bodie George B, r, blacksmith Wm Forsyth 
Boeckh, see also Beck 

Charles, r 75 Houston 

Gabe C, foreman Troy Steam Laundry, bds 75 Houston 
George B, bkkpr Troy Steam Laundry, bds 75 Houston 
Boettcher Richard, saloon, 33 Marietta, bds Scarratt House 
Bogajski Wm, driver Eng Co No 5, r 130 Crew 
Bogans Isan, c, wks city, r 291 W Fair 
Bogart Joseph R, eng Gate City Ice Co, r 100 Reed 
Bogdan Joseph A, tailr Hirsch Bros, bds National Hotel 
Boger Elijah, ^, lab W & A R R 
Boggan Robert L, bartender J H Spilman, r 19 Houston 

" Sarah A, (wid W P) r 69 Wheat ♦ 

Boggs Clarence S, painter, r 333 Chestnut 

** Son, Cf r 29 Fort 

'' Wm L, wks Fulton B & C Mills, r Oliver 
Boggus Arthur A, painter, r 352 W North ave 

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'' Thomas B, eng E T V & G shops, r 225 Cooper 
'* Wm A, carp, r Powell, Bellwood 
Bogman George W, bkkpr Atl Newspaper U, r 63 Eichardson 
Bohanon James, phys, r 45 Holderness WE / 
Joseph A, carp, r 69 Hightower 
Wm H, r 104 Mangum * 

Mike, c, lab, r 64 Henry, W E 
Bohler John H, eng So Terra Cotta Wks, r Greens Ferry ave WE 

♦' Ora, wks Sou Terra Cotta Works, r Country 
Bohnefeld Charles, cabinet maker rear 45 Marietta, r same 

** Mrs Mary, r 35 Poplar 
Boinest Miss Mary E, seamstress Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, bds 

255 Houston 
Boisclair M F, conductor E T V & G R R 

"• Tiny V, conductor ETV&GRR, r5o McDaniel Road 
Bolaiid, see also Bowlin 
Boland H Kells, physician & surgeon Nat Surgical Institute 

72 S Pryor, r same 
Bolden, see also Bolton 

Samuel, c, drayman Winship Machine Co 
Samuel, c, wks W & A R R 



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" Joseph, c, shoemaker 208 Wheat 
Boldridge Richard M, foreman round house ETV&GRR, bds 

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Bollet, see also Bowles 

C D, elk Bolles & Rruckner, r Ashby cor Porter, W E 
George F, (Bolles & Bruckner), r Ashby cor Porter, W E 
Tobe, r, lab, r 42 Victoria 
Bolles & Bruckner, (Geo F Bolles, Eugene Bruckner), books, 

stationery and fancy goods, 8 Marietta 
Bolligar Israel, tailor, r 195 Thompson 
BoUmann Wm, watches, clocks and jewelry, 10 Whitehall, r 82 

Marietta 
Bolsius Eugene, wks Beutell Mfg Co, bds 231 E Hunter 
'* Martha A (wid Anthony H), r 231 E Hunter 
'< Victor, wks Sou Spring Bed Co, bds 231 E Hunter 
Bolton David E, wks Medlock Harness Co, bds n s Bleckley ave 
9 e Peachtree 
Eliza J, (wid Benj B), r n s Bleckley ave, 9 e Peachtree 
Frances, (wid Andrew M), r 8 Bradley 
John N, contractor, r s s Bowden, 2 e Peachtree 
Joseph N, wks Medlock Harness Co, bds D E Bolton 



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Bomar Henry, c, porter Am Bap Pub Soc, r 272 Crew 
" Lee, c, porter Willson Whiskey Co 
'* Peter, ^, wks Kimball House 
Bomb J W, r 22 Culver 
Bond Harrison, c, lab, r 84 Johnson ave 
James E, elk R M S, r 237 Cooper 
Joseph T, carp, r 182 Chestnut 
Sarah C, (wid Travis H), r 56 Factory 
Thomas L, elk Boylan & Fagan, bds 10 Hilliard 
Bonds Henry, r, wks court house, r 31 Henry 
Bondurart James A, wks Lenox Mfg Co, r 157 Wells 
'* John T, time kpr Hunnieutt & Bellingrath Co 
'* Robert E, salesman E D L Mobley, r Bluff nr Wells 
Bone Martha, (wid Sanders) bds 61 McDonald 
** Wm H, policeman, r 200 Wylie 
'* Wm H, gen agt Aetna Ins Co, r 506 Woodward ave 
Bones Jas W, asst treas Atl Natl B & L Assn, r 210 Woodward ave 
Joseph, wks Fulton B & C Mills 
Maria, (wid Samuel) bds 210 Woodward ave 
Ned, r, carp, r 109 Markham 
Bonham Thomas S, dept elk cit^ourt, bds 106 Ivy 
Bonnell Wm A, station housj^^^A r 65 Eraser 



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" Julia. Cy laundress, r 304 Wheat 
*' Lee, r, r rear 82 Gilmer 
** Lueinda, r, laundress, r 43 Biggers 
Bonney John, ^, carp, bds 16 Arthur 
Booker Davis, c, wks 32 Wheat 

Edwardi, wks Sou Agl Wks, bds 84 McAfee 

Frank, r, wks Mrs John Keely, r 313 Fraser 

George, c, wks Singer Mfg Co, r 302 Edgewood ave 

George F, wks Sou Ag Wks, r 84 McAfee 

John, wks Sou Ag Wks, bds 84 McAfee 
Boon John T, wks Sou Phosphate Co r 7 1 East ave 

'* Ratcliff, wks De Loach Mill Mfg Co, bds 71 East ave 
Boone Adam, r, drayman, r Alley nr Fraser bet Glenn & Ga ave 

Amanda, Cy laundress, r 16 Granger 

Edward K, carp, r 253 E Hunter 

Henry, c, wks Durands Restaurant 

Jack, c, wiper R & D R R 

John W, wks J Clay, r 165 Decatur 
Booth Mrs Delia C, private boarding 53-55 N Forsyth 

Eugene T, bds 44 Larkin 

Frances E, (wid George J), r 244 Elliott 



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Booth J B, Cy lab Atlanta Lumber Co 

*' Walter H, (W K Booth & Son) bds 44 Larkin 
" Wm K, (W K Booth & Son) r 44 Larkin 
Booth W K & Son, (Wm K and Walter H) carriage and wagon 

mnfrs and repairers 28 Peters 
Booze Robert, c, wks city, r 98 Maple 
Boozer Elizabeth A, (wid J G), r 41 Pulliam 
Boozer John H, dentist 2 J Marietta, r 41 Pulliam 
Bordwell H G, jeweler J P Stevens & Bro 
Borders Luckey, c, lab, r 12 Smith 

Boring Tames W, wks R & D R R depot, r 280 E Hunter 
Wm H, elk R & D R R Co, bds 280 E Hunter 
W R, gas fitter Hunnicut & Bellingrath Co 
Borker Wm D, eng Met St R R 
BorUj see also Bourn 

Dilmus L, driver A F Fleming, r Norcross Ga 
John M, insurance, r 184 Edgewood ave 
John M Jr, bkkpr J L Swift, bds 184 Edgewood ave 
•' Sarah M, (wid James H,) bds 67 W Harris 
Borne Thomas, r, wks Collins Brick Co, 

Bornemann A Otto, cigars and tobacco, 63 Whitehall, bds 7 1 E 
Mitchell 

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Bornemann Henry, tailor Atl Cutting School, r 502 Houston 
Borochofif Max, tailor Eiseman Bros, r 28 N Butler 

Jadek, tailor, bds 160 Thompson' 

Michael, tailor, r 49 N Butler 

Thaba, plumbr, r 172^ Decatur 
Borowsky Albert H A, carrier P O, r 61 Orme 
Borum Wm, ^, wks S Parker, bds Ellis cor Butler 
Bosche Richard C, (R C Bosche & Co) r S6 Foundry 
Bosche B. C & Co, (R C Bosche) sign painters, 7^ S Broad 
Bosh Earnest, f, driver city, bds 31 Rock. 
Bossard Albert, mach Beutell Mfg Co, bds 82 Sampson 
Bosse Louis H, printer Mutual Printing Co, r 385 E Hunter 
Bossherdt Ellis, (wid Charles B) r 27 Hilliard 
Bostain John A, grocer 124 Grant 
Bostick Arthur B (Parsons & Bostick), r 122 Loyd 

A Clyde, bds 122 Loyd 

Jennie, ^, laundress, r 71 Ga R R st 

Joseph, r, porter J J Logue, r 25 Teitlebaum al 

Marietta T (wid D Rufus), r 45 Richardson 

Marshall, ^, lab, bds 185 Bell 

N, Cf wks Atl'Tract Co 

Eufus E, elk I S Mitchell, bds 45 Richardson 



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O. E. STIVARIUS, Sole Agent, 

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*' W Henry, r 32 Windsor 
Boston Dye House, R S Joyner agt, ii6 Whitehall 
Boston Frank M, elm elk W & A R R, r Marietta, Ga 

" Julius E, fireman W & A R R 
Bostrom Earnest A, bds 97 Capitol sq 
Bostwick Annie E, (wid Thos R), r 181 Mills 

" Henry N, eanvasser Singer Mfg Co, bds 201 Bass 
'< James G, trav Atl Wooden Ware Co, r 201 Bass 
Boswell Jerry, c, wks Kimball House 

John, r, wks C R R r 73 Delbridge 
John T, c, wks Col W M Bray, bds 73 Delbridge 
Madison T, wks A C St Ry, r 63 McAfee 
M Agnes, c, teachr Mitchell St School, r 71 Delbridge 
W T, brakeman E T V & G R . 
Bosworth Don B, (J M & Don B Bosworth), bds 28 Garnett 
" Franklin P, foreman Sou Spring Bed Co, r 240^ Houston 
Howard L, sten Wilson Coal & Lumber Co, bds 28 Garnett 
James L, bds 157 Courtland ave 
Josiah M, (J M & Don B Bosworth) r 28 Garnett 
Bosworth J M & Don B, physicians 66 }< Whitehall 
Bothwell Charles E, bkkpr Ga Loan Sav & Bnk Co, 19 Baltmre pi 

W J Mallard JrJRENTiNC agent Q 

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B(Tthwell Edgar, elk J M High & Co, bds 13 Hill ^ 

*' Walter, elk Joseph Thompson, bds 13 Hill ■ 

Bouehell Miss Rena, sten DeLoaeh Mill Mfg Co, bds 152 Courtld 
Boulow Wm J, wks Expo Cot Mills, r 26 old Expo Grounds 

Bourn, see also Born 

Clement, cash boy Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, bds 77 Larkm 

James N, tinner, bds 345 Woodward ave 

John T, carp Atl Coffin Fy, r 186 Magnolia 

Mary J, (wid J M) r 3 14 W 4th 
Bourne Mrs Ophelia, wks Marsh, Smith & Marsh 

'* Robert W, mangr Underwiters Protection & Improvement 
Committee, r 205 Jackson 
Boutell Anna M (wid John), r 202 Courtland ave 

'' George H, carp, r 197 Foundry 
Bowden Albert, wks C R R, r 58 Berkell 

Bettie, domestic, r no Walton 

Elliott H, brick manufacturer, r 245 Woodward ave 

Isidore V, elk Armour Packing Co, bds 255 Ivy 

James M, wks E S Nace, r 313 Smith 

Jeff, r 16 Berkell 

John Q, train dispatcher W & A R R, r 89 Lee, W E 

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Walter T, cUc J M Friend, r West End 
Wm, wks Selig Mfg. Co ' 

Wm L, fireman A & W P R R, r no Davis 

Bowdien Wright, c, carp, rira nr Amy 
'* Wright J, C; carp, r Ira nr Amy 

Bowders Wm, ^, brakeman G P R R, bd^ 96 Thurmond 

Bowen Alfred T, physn, bds 227 Courtland ave 
Andrew J, r 302 Luckie \ 

Caroline, (wid Hiram) r 272 W Fair 
Chas A, salesmn M M Mauck, r 213 S Pryor 
Charles H, sten A J McBride, bds 176 S Forsyth 
Charles J, carp, bds 14 Corput " 

C E, painter, bds 302 Luckie 
E, painter, bds 50 Poplar 
Elizabeth, (wid George W), r 14 Brotherton 
Ernest, painter, bds 232 Luckie 
Fannie L, (wid Janies C), r 176 S Forsyth 
Henry, i^itcher, r Green Ferry ave W E 
Howard, c, painter, r Ira near Fletcher 
Howard A, carp, bds 302 Luckie 
Miss Ida M, elk J M High & Co, bds 14 Brotherton 



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Bowen James, <r, wks S W Day, r 18 Garibaldi 

*' James, r, coachman W A Hemphill, r 343 Rawson 

Bowen James B, plumber 16^- E Hunter, r Kirk wood 

John, t', wks Willinghatn & Co, r 306 Hilliard 

Joseph M, carp, bds 272 W Fair 

Joseph M, tinner Thos Kirke Mfg Co, r 300 W Fair 

Lewis F^ cond W & A R R, r 344 Mangum 

Nancy, r, laundress, r 477 Fort 

Nathaniel D, flagman R & D R R, bds 20 Daniel 

Miss Oia, wks Selig Mfg Co, 

Perrions, r, wks Hill & Walker 

Randall, r, butler S W Day 

Rowland J, elk Supply Depot General Electric Co, bds 50 
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Simon, r, barber John Wells 

Thomas S, j(Bowen & Holcombe) r 213 S Pryor 

Webster B, carp, bds 302 Luckie 

Wm H, grocer, 213 Peters, r 219 same 

Wm R, carp, bds 302 Luckie 

& Holcombe (Thomas S Bowen, John R Holcombe), gro- 
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'* Thomas, c, wks Woodward Lum Co 
Bowes Wm W, specialist 2\ Marietta, r 180 Angier ave 
Bowie John A, agt Guardian Assurance Co of London, Fire 
Assn ot Phila. Pa, Mech & Traders Ins Co of New 
Orleans, New York Plate Glass Ins Co of N Y, 6^ 
Whiteiiall, r 92 S Pryor, office tel 399, house tel 725 
Kate L, boarding 178 Simpson 
Marvo, wks Sou Ag Wks 

Nathan, c, wks Atl Brew & Ice Co, r Cloud's al nr Harris 
Robt T, policeman, r 44 Ella 
Bowles y see also Bolles, 

Bowles Chas H, helper E T V & G R R, r 333 Smith 
Jeff, r 114 McAfee 

J T, canv New Home Sewing Mach Co 
Marcus, printer. The Foot & Davies Co, r 29 Hilliard 
Tobias, r, wks G P R R, r 40 Victoria 
Boxvlin^ see also Bolnnd 

" John W, c, wks B C Norrell, r South Atlanta 
" Nathan, c, carp, r 55 Kennesaw al 
Bowling Wesley, r, lab, r 46 Grace's al 



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Esther, c, laundress, r 357 Edgewood ave 
Frank, wks Fulton B & C Mills, r 57 Wyman 
Henry, c, wks F J Paxon, r 280 Crew 
Isaac M, (Bowman & Co), bds 107 Marietta 
Peter, c, butlr Kimball House, bds 280 Crew 
Samuel E, bkkpr A M Robinson & Co, bds 85 Luckie 
Wm A, elk R & D R R shops, bds 186 N Boulevard 
Wilson, c, draymn H A Jolly & Sons, bds 357 Edgewood ave 
Wylie, c, brickmason, r 377 Ira 
Dr, bds 210 Decatur 

& Co, (M J Zimmer, I M Bowman) Gate City Bakery, 142 
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Bowner Gus, c, lab, r 13 Wilson 

Box Cedar, Cy lab, r 121 E Ellis 
** Jack, c, lab, r 205 Piedmont ave 
** John, c, draymn H L Schlesinger, r 94 W Linden 

Boyce Bailey, c, janitor Grant bldg, r rear 428 Peachtree 
C, wks Sou Spring Bed Co 

Emily C, (wid M Y), dressmaker Mrs McGill, bds 385 Eraser 
Miss Marion, seamtress, bds 385 Fraser ^^ 



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Boyce M Brinkly, carp, r 385 Fraser 

** Sandford N, carp B F Longley, r 86 Berean 
Boyd Anderson, c, lab, r 405 E Hunter 

A H, bds 82 Spring-L 

Miss Bell, bds Sharnian House ^ ' 

Dock, r, r 329 Capitpl ave 

Donald Stuart, (Bucher & Boyd), r 21 W Cain 

Edward W, bds 210 S Pryor 

Elias, c, r rear 192 Courtland ave 

Ella, Cj laundress, r 21 Waverly PI 

Frank, c, lab, r 672 Peachtree 

George W, wks J M T Bates, r 72 Markham 

Green, c, lab, bds 202 E Cain 

Harry, engraver J P Stevens & Bro, r 36 Walnut 

House, 102 J^ Decatur 

Isaac S, r 695 Peachtree 

•James E, elk Van Winkle G & M Co, bds 74 N Forsyth 

James S, grocer 166 Peachtree, r Decatur, Ga 

James S, (J S Boyd &: Co), r Decatur, Ga 

John, wks Fulton B & C Mills, r 8^ Factory 

John B, trav Lamar & Rankin Drug Co, r Calhoun, Ga 

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Jordan, c, drayman The Clarke Hdw Co, r 26 Warner av9 
J S & Co, (James S,Boyd, John M Henderson), grocers 71 

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Leonard C, elk R M S, r 82 Spring 
Lula, (wid Joe V,) r 74 Rhodes 

Miss L Dora, wks Fulton B «S: C Mills, bds 8^ Factory 
Maria, r, r 35 Horton 

Martha A, (wid Hugh,) r 78 Piedmont ave 
Mary, r*, wks Tri) Stpam Laundry^ r 324 Piedmont ave 
Minor 1\ dentist, r 57 Walton 
Oscar, Cf porter East. Atl Land Co 
Perry, r, lab, r i Mechanic 

Richard Mote, coll Dr. R B Ridley, bds 57 Gilmer 
Robert, wks Fulton' B & C Mills, 
Roger., elk Wm J Mallard Jr, bds 210 S Pryor 
Mrs Savilla R, sten ^hn W Echols, bds Leland House 
Theophilus, c, porter B Elston, r rear 5 Arnold 
Thomas J, cashier Ga R R, r 210 S Pryor 
T J, traveler Everett-Ridley-Ragan Co, r South Carolina 
Virgil H, conductor Ga R R, bds 57 Gilmer 
Walter C, elk D H Dougherty & Co 
Warren, elk Budden & Son, bds 21 W Cain 



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Wm B, c, wks John T Sehell, r 41 Tanner 

Wm K, ship elk Gibbs Drug Co, bds 57 Walton 

Wm Riley, traveler, bds 2 1 W Cain 

Boyd W Wallace, sec and treas Van Winkle Gm & Machmery 
Co, r 74 N Forsyth . 

'' & Baxter Furniture Co, succeeded by National Furniture Co 

Boynton Arthur S, bds 132 Forest ave 

Boynton Mrs A E, florist 132 Forest ave, r same 
Charles E, r 272 Rawson 

Elnathan, elk J S Boyd & Co, r 132 Forest ave 
George H, grocer 58 S Broad, r 271 Rawson 
HoUis A, whol grocer 19 E Alabama, r 41 Windsor 
James, c, lab Van Winkle G & M Co 
John C, city agt Provident Fund Society 708 Equitable 

Bldg, r 68 Form wait 
Miller, c, wks S S Selig, r 124 Clark 
Sarah A, c, cook, r 207 Mangum 

Bozeman Abner, c, lab, r 24 Lowe's al 

Berry, c, wks J T Bryant, r 24 Lowe's al 

Evelina A, (wid James F), r 131 Capitol Sq 

John J, brakeman W & A R R, bds 119 Mangum 



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Bozeman J W, bkkpr W S McNeal, rms iiOj Whitehall 
*' Minnie, c, laundress, r 24 Reed 
** Sallie, c, laundress, r 225 Martin 
Boykin A Hamilton, elk Douglas Thomas & Davison, bds 201 S 
Pryor 
Frank, c, haekman, r 253 Wheat 
George, c, lab, r 190 E Harris 
George, c, wks Sou Phosphate Co 
James, r, wks A C St R R, bds 388 Decatur 
Sam, asst bkkpr Douglas Thomas & Davison, bds 18 Garnett 
Sam ]^, jr, bkkpr Mutual Printing Co, bds 455 Courtland ave 
Vinee, c, lab, r 304 Fort 
Boylan Daniel, elk Boylan & Fagan, r 428 Windsor 
" Joseph, (Boylan & Fagan) r West End 

*' & Fagan, (Joseph Boylan, C Fagan) dry goods, 100 White- 
hall and 152 Decatur 
Boyle Hester, (wid John M,) bds 36 Henry 
Osborn, wks Constitution, r 11 Walnut 
O O, wks Alta Cotton Mills 

Wm R, wks Atla Cotton Mills, r Highland ave nr Hampton 
Boyles Benjamin, fireman R & D R R, bds 394 Wheat 
Charles, bailiff E H Orr, bds 131 Loyd 



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d " John F, butcher 234 £ Fair, r 58 Rawson 
S ** Susan F, (wid Eadon R,) r 131 Loyd 
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Henry, v-prest Robinson Boylston & McKeldin Co, res 

Juniper 2 n 6th 
Henry Jr, cashier Atla Gas Light Co, bds e s Juniper 2 n 

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Hester D, (wid J Reid), r 404 Courtland ave 
John H, bkkpr Merchants Bank, bds e s Juniper, 2 n e Sixth 
J Drayton, elk Sou Rwy «Sc S S Assn, bds 404 Courtland ave 
Boynton Carrie, c, laundress, r 105 Bell 
Braceivelly see also Braswell 

'* Charles P, collr J C & I Daniel, r 26 Hills ave 
Bradberry. Ira J, carp R & D R R, r 68 Lee 
John M, carp, r 132 Wylie 
Samuel H, wks Van Winkle's G & M Co, r Hampton, nr 

Lee's ave 
Wm, wks Trowbridge Furniture Co 
Bradbury J Alton, elk G R R, bds 91 Gilmer 

Edward A, elk R & D R R, bds 82 Sampson 



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9 Soath Broad Street. Telephone 1476. (. STEAM AND QAS FITTERS. 

Bradbury James R, del cik Sou Ex Co, r 91 Gilmer 
** Miss Minerva. H, tailoress, r 345 Woodward ave 
'* William B, grocer 182 Randolph, r same 
Bradfield Joseph H^ medical student, bds 56 Garnett 
" Mason, c, lab E T V & G R R, r 9 Bradbury al 

Regulator Co. H J Lamar pres, W A Loyless see & mngr, 
42J E Wall 

Sallie, c, stewardess 'Union Depot 
Bradford Isaac, r rear 25 Cornelia 

James H, (Glower & Bradford), bds 61 Crew 

James S, carp, bds 67 King 

John B, elk A A Nolan, bds 67 King 

Joseph, salesman, r 410 Edge wood ave 

Lavenia E, (wid Pleasant S), bds 74 Oak, W E 

Leticia J, (wid Jefferson), r 185 Chapel 

Sallie A (wid Wm P); r 67 King 

Samuel, carp R & D R R, r 2 Cornelia 

Samuel J, elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co. bds 74 Oak, W E 

Wm, c, wks Holliday Lum Co, r 48 N Humphries 
Bradley Allen, c, wks Wingate & Mell, r 209 E Harris 

Mrs Angelina A, bds 19 Daniel 

Mrs Anna (wid Jno M) r 544 Decatur 



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Clement G, elk R M S, r 374 Courtland ave 

David T, r 152 Luckie 

Elijah L (E L Bradley & Son), r 25 Daniel 

Elizabeth, r, laundress^ r 240 Erwin 

Ellis, ^, r 260 Orme 

Mrs Emma (wid Thaddeus), r 27 Poplar 

E I. & Sons, (Elijah L and John P) grocers 530 Decatur 

Floyd, c, helper E T V & G R R 

George H, carp, r Norrell 

George J, (Harwell & Bradley), bds 179 Ivy 

Harrison, c, well digger, r E Fair near Pearl 

Henry, carp, bds 152- Luckie 

John, paving contractor, r Dillon nr Curran 

John, real estate agt, bds 178 Simpson - 

John D, bds 152 Luckie 

John F, carp, r 325 W Fair 

John F, elk Ad Fruit & Produce Co 
Bradley John F, Sou Sec Redraens Fraternal *Acc Assn r 2 J 
Marietta 

John P, (E L Bradley & Son), r 25 Daniel 

Joseph T, wks Fulton B & C Mills, r 41 Berean ave 

Southern paint > jlass ifiA^tlf!Sil!^M!i^il'- 

Bradley Josephine C, (wid R E) dressmakr, r 5624 Decatur 
Oscar D, wks Manning Furn Co, bds 18 Wallace 
Philip B, elk John Silvey & Co, r 20 Howell 
Sallie P, (wid C P) r 18 Wallace 
Samuel, lab Van Winkle G & M Co 
Sam B, c, porter C J Kamper Gro Co, r 156 E Harris 
Sam J, bkkpr Sou Bankg & Trust Co, bds 28 Wheat 
Thomas, contr, r Highland ave nr Hammond 
Thomas D, brakemn E T V & G R R, bds 38 McDaniel rd 
Wesley, c, shoemakr, r Simms nr Amy 
Wm, r Dillon nr Curran 
Bradshaw Travis, c. porter Milner Wilder & Hogan, r 126 Fort 
BradBtreet Co The, (teleph 537) AC Case in charge, rms 

14-15-18-19 Gate City Bank Bldg 
Bradt Charles Q, (Miles'& Bradt), r 12 Highland ave 

*< Frederick W, bds 12 Highland ave 
Bradwell Rev Charles L, c, r 62 Yonge 

** Henry H, butler J L Hopkins, bds 44 Cain 
«* Nathan B, elk A W Farlinger, r 67 Harris 
Bradwell Samuel D, State School Commissioner, State Capitol, 

r 66 Irwin 
Brady A dolph J (J M Alexander & Co), r 156 FoiCst ave 

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" Charles D, sten R G Dun & Co, r 332 Courtland 
Henry, bds 187 E Fair T 

Isaac A, with J*M Alexander & Col, r 156 Forest ave 
John D, baker 122 Whitehall, r 23^ Form wait 
Kate (wid Thomas E), r 233 Woodlvvard 
Miss Katie, elk Keely Co, bds 233 Woodward ave 
Mike, peddler, r 273 Form wait 
Reuben, ^, lab, r 9 C RR 

Thomas B, pres The Brady Millet Feed & Sale Stable, r 

187 E Fair , 

Thomas E, elk A M Robinson Sz Go, bds 233 Woodward av 
Walter D; elk R G Dun & Co, hdi 332 Courtland 
Brady & Miller F & S Stable, T B Brady pres, C H Miller 
v-pres, W^ W Talbott seety and treas, 158-160 Marietta 
Bragg Chas L, wks Telephone Exc, bds ji Luckie 
Bramerston Thomas, c, bds 243 N Butler! 
Bramlett Homer .P, trav H L Sehlesingerj, bds 98 Richardson 
" J N, mess So Ex Co, r 63 S Pryorf 
*' Margaret, (wid Waltham,) r 98 Ri(thardson 
Bramlett Halph S, conlectionaries, fruits, cigars and tobacco, 
77 Peachtree, r 98 Richardson 

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Bramlett Thompson O, elk R S Bramlett. bds 98 Richardson 

'' Zephania D, eng G P R R, r 35 Plum 
Branan, see ahiX.Bmnnan, also Brannon, also Brennan 

Arthur, elk W J Hodges, bds 144 Piedmont ave 

Bros, (John C A & C I), whol grocers, 55-57 E Alabama 

Charles I, (Branan Bros), bds 47 Walker 

Columbus W, grocer, 23 Savannah, r 21 same 

John C A, (Branan Bros), r 238 Richardson 

Mary A, (wid Duke H), r 47 Walker 

Robert, c, lab, r 50 Sells, W E ' 

Wm D, trav Branan Bros, r 293 E Fair 
Branch Arthur L, cik H Durand, r 209 E Hunter • 

Green, c, lab, r 61 Robbins \ 

Henry, c, i)orter Smith & Dozier, bds 367 Martin 

Massey, c, washwoman, r 63 Kennesaw al 

Wm, c, lab, r 2 Tolbert's al , 

Brancher Wm, c, lab, r 174 Fort 
Brand Fred, plumber Stockton & Kuhrt 

** Joseph W, blacksmith appr E T V & G R R, r 265 Humphries 
** Levi C, pcliceman, r 239 Little 
Brandon Frank D^ elk E T V & G shops, r 93 Garibaldi 

John, c, lab, .bds 185 Wheat j 





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Brandon Lizzie, c, cook, r 21 Howell 

Brandon Morris, (Reed & Brandon), r 478 Peachtree 

Brandt, see also Brant also Brent 

'' Rosa A, (wid Adolph), r 249 Washington 

Branham Edward, elk Emery Market Co, r X)ecatur 

Isham R, asst editor Christian Index, bds 79 E Pine 
I R, jr, elk The Ryan Co, bds Leland House 
James, wks E T V & G R R, bds 698 S Pryor 
Rev John G, missionary, r 172 W Hunter 
Joseph, brakemn E T V & G R R 
Oliver, Y, wks R O Campbell, r 126 Magnolia 
Walter R, mngr Emery Market Co, r 167 Loyd 

Brannan, see also Branan, also Brannon 

Aldolphus D, polieeman, r 197 Davis 

Jesse T, elk, r 70 old Expo grounds 

Joseph, brakemn E T V & G R R 

J T, wks Trowbridge Furniture Co 

Maggie E, dressmakr, 174^ Peaehtree, r same 

Sam J, wks Gate City Excdlsior Works, r 313 Mangum 

Thomas H, elk Lamar & Rankin Drug Co, bds 97 Capitol Sq 

Branner, see also Brenner 

John R, exchange elk The Atl Nat Bank, r 215 Peaehtree 



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Henry S, r 141 PuUiam 

Mary A, medicine 49 J E Hunter, r 141 Pulliam 
Joseph F, mngr Mrs M A Brannon, bds 66 E Ellis 
Bransford Josephine (wid Samuel), r 97 S Pryor 
Branson Eugene C, agt Ginn & Co 6 W Wall, bds Talmadge House 

*' Oliver W, portrait artist C W Motes, r 16 Clarke 
Brant, see also Brandt also Brent 

" Nancy (wid Adolph us), r 97 N Humphries 

'' Thomas, c, wks Collins Brick Co, r 47 Rawson 
Brantley Mathew G, elk C R Henry, bds 450 Decatur 

** Wm c, carp, r 99 J John 

** Wm, c, mach, r 67 Wilson 
Brantly Augustus H, physician, r 500 Whitehall 

" Frank B, drummer, r 104 East ave 

*• John R, com mer, 177 Gilmer 
Branyon Calvin S, (Branyon & Shirley,) r 558 Decatur 

** & Shirley, (Calvin S Branyon Riley M Shirley,) drugs, 472 
S Pryor 
Braselton Robert, patrolman, r 93 S Pryor 

** Yara L, r 93 S Pryor 
Bra^weU, see also Braeewell also Brazwell 

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Georgia, r, r 284 Wheat 

LaFayette L, trav Union Mill Warehouse Co, r Lithonia, Ga 

Wm, tinner Thomas Kirke Mfg Co, r 124 Stonewall 
Bratcher Wm, r, bakr F M Jack 
Bratton John, r 413 Courtland ave 

Bratton Lawrence R, Druggist, 141- 147 Peachtree, r 72 W 
Peachtree 

Mrs Louisa J C, r;^2 Capitol ave 

Reuben, c, wks W Watkins, r C R R 

Richard T, elk Turner Goldsmith, bds 72 W Peachtree g^^ 

Samuel E, r 72 W Peachtree C^^ 

Braun Frederick, elk The Fair, bds 58 Garnett 
Brauss Rudolph, teachr German, r 143 S Forsyth 
Brawner Thomas M, wks Ex Steam Laundry Co, bds 12 Gilmer 
Bray Benjamin A, painter, r 274 Bass 

Sims, elk Lowry Hardware Co, bds Armore 

Daniel, carp E T V & G R R, bds 522 Pulliam 

Elijah, c, carp, r rear 267 l^ee W E 

Thomas C, carp, r 284 Formwalt 
Bray Wellborn Mitchell, lawyer, zgh Marietta, r same, tel- 
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Brazell Jack, r, lab, r 440 Richardson 
. '* Leonard, c, cook Clarence Knowles, r 92 E Cain 

** Markham, r, wks Ga R R, r 54 South ave 
Brazivelly see aho BracewMU «^^o Brasivell 

** Abram, mattress makr, r 11 Leonard 
Breed Stephen, r, r rear 11 Fort 
Breedlove John, c, driver, r 85 Jones al 

** Milus, r, r 163 Larkin 

*' Dr, bds 82 Spring 
Breen Charles A, pres Atl Mfg Co, r 402 Simpson 
Breitenbucher Philip, wines & liquors 32 Marietta,' r 142 

Sunset ave [ 

Bremer George N, elk Peter Lynch, r 91 Garnett 
Bremsteller Charles, tailor E J O'Sullivan, r 51 N Forsyth 

** Mrs Georgia, boarding house 51 N Forsyth 
Brennan, see also Bmnan also Brannan also Brannon 

'* John B, r 17 Prisock al 

" Mrs Katie, r 280 Formwalt I 

Brenner, see also Bramier \ 

Miss America M, prin Wallace St School, bds 210 Simpson 

Carl, (Specht & Brenner), bds 143 Marietta 

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Brent J see also Brandt, also Brant. 

Brent Miss Jessie I, stenographer Rankin -Nicholas Glass Co, bds 

653 Edgewood ave 
Bressler Hirsch, clothing 197 J Peters, r same 
Breunig Casper, police sergt, r 93 E Baker 

** Charles J, elk A M Robinson & Co, bds 93 E Baker 
Brewer Allen, c, coachman L Forster, r same . 

Charles, r, wks Geo M Howell, bds rear 324 Hilliard 

Emma, c, laundress, r 324 Hilliard 

John, Cy waiter The Brunswick 

John C, agt P F Collier, r 187 E Simpson 

Robert, wks J M High & Co 

Wm D, baggagemaster W & A R R, r 14 Fowler 

Rev Wm F, mach, r McMillan cor 3d 
Brewster Frank E, r 223 Greens Ferry ave 

Gary S, (Osborn & Brewster), r 334 Jackson 

Patrick H, (Dorsey, Brewster & Howell), r Newnan, Ga 

Preston, c, gardener, r 164 Waterhouse 

Tomlinson F, physician 33^ Whitehall, bds Grant House 

Rev Van A, bds 334 Jackson 
Brezinski S, tailor Jerry Lynch 



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'* Edward, butcher W J Kelsey, r 22 Brown 
** John, carp, bds 201 E Hunter 
Briee Alex, c, porter Sou Ex Co 

Nancy A, (wid James,) r 11 N Butler 
Reuben, c, waiter Kimball House 
Smith, c, wks W U T Co, r 278 W Mitchell 
Briekell DeWitt C, carriage maker, r 205 Chapel 
Bricks Eli, c, butler M L Bates, r same 
Bridge James, r 243 Peachtree 

" Wellington, student, bds 243 Peachtree 
Bridger Edgar, bkkpr Graves Elevator Co, r Hotel Wemmeister 
" Henry, c, lab, r 13 Garibaldi ., . , 

Bridger John C, eoal and wood, 40 Marietta, r 9 mile circle 
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** Julia A, (wid J P,) r 60 Fowler 
Bridges Ann, c, washwoman, r 144 Thurmond 

Benjamin, c, wks Atl Compress & Whsng Co, r rear 123 

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Calvin, lab, r 1 1 Granger 
Carrie M, (wid Jonathan) r 804 Marietta 
Charles, c, wks Oil Mill, r 441 W Hunter 



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Fort M, carp E T V & G R R, r 136 Rockwell 

John W, cond G C & N R R, r 48 Buena Vista ave 

Miss Madeline, printer S W Postell 

Richmond, c, draymn J A Fischer 

Sanford, r, wka^O^t J W Morrow, r 27 Alice 

Thomas N, carp, r 404 Luckie , . 

Wylie H, mach, bds 95 Borne 

Bridwell Arthur S, physician, 148 \V Mitchell, r 103 Mangum 
Cicero, grocer, 94 W Mitchell, r same 
Earl, elk J W Morrow, r 123 Mangum 
Harry C, forenlai) Atl Water Wks, bds 123 Mangum 
Ida, r 47 YongQ . 1 

John A, stone mason, r 123 Mangum 
John A, Jr, brick mason, r 108 W Hunter 
J Welborn, stone cutter, r 13 Lucy i 

Miss Lena, r 47 Yonge 
Malachi L, coal & wood, r 92 Kelly 
Oscar, r 47 Yonge j 

Penn I, carp, r 832 Decatur 
Richard, polic^an, bds 288 Decatur 
Mrs Susan D,* C4gar mt'gr, r 92 Kelly 



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" T J, patrolman, r 160^ Decatur ! 

*' Walter F, fireman G C & N R R, r 20 Elliott 
" Zion, wks Constitution, r 193 W Pine 
Briggs Miss Lizzie,^ Lieut Salvation Army, bds 144 Thompson 

'^ Wm, wks E TV & G R R, r 54 E Georgia ave 
Bright Alex, eng C R R, bds 27^ S Broad 

" A G, fireman R^' D R R" ' 

" Styles, bds 53 Courtland ave 
Brighthart Rosetta, ^, r 158 Houston 
Brightwell Bob B, r, tailor, 141^ E Wall, r 195 Wheat 
John, carp, r 20 Henry 

Nathan B, elk A W Farlinger, r 67 E Harris 
Wm A, contractor, r 145 W Baker 
Brindle Francis, artificial stone wk, r 33 Piedmont ave 
" John L, foreman O A Smith, r 33 Piedmont ave 
Brine, see also Bryan. 

Brine George W, bkkpr, bds 10 W Ellis ! 

Brinkley George, r, porter AVood & Beaumont S & F Co, r 50 

Gemunden 
Brinhom Charles, carp, r n s East ave, 5 e Fortune 
Brisben David P, pres/.tl Stone & Granite Co, r 372 E Fair 



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ATLAll'f I imB M^ IRON YTORKS CO. 




WBITINO MAOHINES. ** It sUnd* at th'« head." 

M. B. TOBBETT * CO., (Succcisora to Tor»)eU & MrCandleas.) 
Oeneral Agents for Georgia and Alabama 
miMKAMAEi HOUSE, DECAT VB STREET. 



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Brisbine James, stone cutter, bds 422 Decatur 
Briscoe Alexander, r, wks G C & N R R, bds i Haggard's al 
Briscoe Alexancter C, mgr Sou Shthnd & Bus Col &: sec R R 
Com, r 146 S Pryor 

'• Moses, r, lab, bds 2 Air Line al 

" Selina, r, r 364 Piedmont ave 
Brisendine Miss Lily, wks Fulton B & C Mills, bds 79 Berean 

'• Patrick, carp, r 79 Berean 

'' Thos L, stock kpr Chamberlin Johnson & Co,'r^East End 
Brison Anderson, c, lab, r 229 Wheat 

" Martha, (wid John,) r 83 Berean 
Bristol House, Mrs B Hudson propr, lo^ Loyd 
Bristow Mollie, c, r 59 Hiliiard 

British America Assurance Company, Wallace W Has- 
kell special agt, 27^ Whitehall 
Britt Hokien, hoseman Engine Co No 5, r 184 Thompson 

" [oel W, foreman, wks Atl Mach Wks, r 127 Logan 

" John J, carp, bds cor Fletcher and Windsor 

" Joseph, cattleman, bds 237 E Fair 

** L H, lab, bds cor Fletcher and Windsor 
Brittain Charles M, elk Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, bds 9 Orange 

" Rev Jabez M, pastor Central Baptist Church, r 9 Orange 









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** Sim, c, porter Eiseman Bros, bds 24 Old Wheat 
'- W Henry, elk D H Dougherty & Co, bds 9 Orange 
Brittan Mrs, bds The Leland 

" Hugh B, elk Atlanta Eng Co, bds The Leland 
Britton Charles, wks Kimball House 
Felix M, printer, r 389 Eraser 
Henry V, printer Journal office, bds 83 Smith 
John F, bds 116 S Pryor 
'• Mary, c, r 725 Marietta 
'' Rebecca (wid Edward H), bds 389 Frasev 
" Washington, c, wks Kimball House 
Broach Alex, c, lab, bds 58 Humphries 

" Georgia, c, laundress, r 58 Humphries 
Broadnax John, c, wks Atl Ice Co, bds 12 Holland 
Lula, i, laundress, r 5 Central R R 
Richard, r, lab, bds 12 Holland 
Robert H, c, lab, r 130 E Cain 
S E, bkkpr Atl Guano Co 
Brock Claude,, fireman Equitable bldg 
** John F, mechanic, r 34 Doray 
*' Miss Katie, wks Marsh Smith & Marsh 

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Brock Lucinda, c; r 415 Terry- I 

" Sarah A, (wid James) r 34 Doray i 

Brockett Clinton T, dentist 99^- Peachtree, r 656 Piedmont ave 
Brockhan Miss Annie D, r 147 Ivy • 

" Wm, bds 147 Ivy ;: 
Brockhaus Alfred, barkpr Hotel Weinmeister, r same 
Brockman Henrietta, f, laundress, r 217 Mangum 

" John T, painter, r 27 Krog j 

" Vurger, r, lab, r 344 Wheat 
Broderick Wm H,egt Wheeler & Wilson S M Co, bds 164 Court- 
land ave 
Brogan Ellen, (wid Daniel). r3i7 Decatur 

" Mrs Mamie, asst cashier M Rich & Bro, bds 317 Decatur 

" Michael P, bkkpr, r 317 Decatur 
Brogdon Daniel, drayman jC Austin, bds Morgan ne cor Boulevard 
Mary, 1% r 37 Newton 
Moses, r, lab, r Morgan n e cor Boulevard 



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Brogle Sebastian G, carp Beutell Mfg Co, r 5 Jennings al 
Broglin Rutter, c, r 31 Newton ' I 

Bronner Thomas, ^, poiter I^angston & Woodson, r 69 Haynes 




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Brooks Edward, wks Atl Machine Works, bds 179 Ira 

Ed T, c, box mkr Leiberman & Kaufman, r 169 Ira 

E L, baggage master E T V & G R^ R 

Francis M, r w s Piedmont ave 2 n Harris 

Frank, c, lab Atl Lumber Co 

George H, mess So Ex Co, bds Durands Restaurant 

Hester, r, laundress, r 18 Fain 

Hiram, r, (B C Brooks & Bro), r 24 Rasberry al 

Isabella, (wid R H), r 99 Jones ave 

Jacob, c, wks W E Hoyle, r 221 Martin 

James, mach DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, bds 18 Randolph 

James D, carp, r 684 Marietta 

James H, c, mechanic, r 159 Clarke 

James L, elk R F Watson, bds 98 Irwin 

James M, elk J J & J T McLendon, r 41 Hood 

James W, bookkeeper, r 427 Wheat 

Jeremiah, lab, rear 280 Edgewood ave 

Jesse N, wks Ga Elec Light Co, r 238 Foundry 

John, wks Van Winkle Gin & Machy Co, r 366 W North ave 

John S, carp, r 498 Decatur 

Joseph B, carp, r 2 South 

Josiah, r 90 S Butler 




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Brooke George W, mdse brokr, 6i>^ E Alabama, bds Durand's Rest 

'' TuUy J, sten D H Browder & Co, 
Brooker Ed, c, wks Sou Agl Wks r 203 Orme 
Brookins Wylie, r, r 360 E Hunter 
Brooks Aaron, c, woodcutter, r 246 Martin 

Aaron C, maat market, 229^ Old Wheat 

Albert, lithographer, r 33 W Fair 

Alonzo A, policeman, r 392 Rawson ; 

Alonzo D, elk J J & J T MeClendon, bds 392 Rawson 

Anderson, c\ lab, r rear 82 E Hunter j 

A, lab. Van Winkle G & M Co j 

Beverly, ^,, furniture repr, r 182 E Ellis 

Beverly C, V, (B C Brooks & Bro,) r 57 Valentine 

B C & Bro, c, (Beverly C and Hiram,) furniture, 214 Decatur 

Captain, c, coachman T W McRea, r 286 Rawson 

Carrie, (wid J D,) r 179 Ira 

Charles, c, wtr Pause's Rest 

Charles, r, lab, bds 202 Edgewood ave 
Brooks Clyde L,|^ttorney, 91^ Peachtree, r Inman Park 

Daniel, carp, r 37 Maple 

David, c,' butler W L Traynham, r same 

David E, boiler maker R&D R R, r 58 Howell 



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Brooks J H, Jr, draughtsman G W Payne, bds The Leland 
Lawrence R, lawyer 9^ Peachtree, r Edgewood 
Lewis B, trav S S White Dental Mfg Co, r 99 Jones ave 
Lizzie, <*, laundress, r 9 Jail al 
Lula, r, laundress, r 22 College 
Madison, t", junk, r 132 Elliott 
Margaret, c, laundress, r 268 Peters 
Matilda C, (wid J W,) r 90 S Butler 
P C, draughtsman Atl Elevator Wks, r Edgew^ood 
Miss Rosa, bookbinder Franklin Pub Co 
Robin, wks A S Jenkins, bds Decatur 
Rufus, C-, buder E C Peters, r 160 E North ave 
Sonnie, bartender Nat H Bullock, bds 103 Trinity ave 
Samuel A, r, lab, r 225 Vine 

Brooks Syndicate Land Co, J F Lester prest, W M Scott 
sec and treas, 14 N Pryor 
Waiter R, salesman McDonald Bros, bds 392 Rawson 
Wiley, Cy porter Potts & Potts, r 109 Young 
Wm, r, r 14 Boaz 

Wm, C-, butler H M Atkinson, r same 
Wm A, tinner E T V & G R R, r 201 Glenn 
Wm V, elk Sharp Bros, bds 128 Luckie 

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'' W R, mach R & D R R 

" — . r 230 Piedipont ave 
Broom John, carp, bds 308 Marietta 
Broomjiekl, ^ee aUo Bnpnfield . • .^ 

•' Ciirren, c, lab, r 120 E Harris 

*' James, c. lab, i>i4o Bradley 
Broom'head Ann, (wid Benjamin H), bds 123 Peeples W E 
Broomhead John S, (Broomhead & Street), r 464 Whitehall 

'- Milledge. c, porter, r 403 Smith 
Broomhead & Street, (J S Broomhead and G T Street), con- 
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Estimates for Brick and Frame Buildingrs Fvirnished on Application . 

Brosius John M, n-^echanical eng, r 117 Capitol avej 

TUP MlFlTriAl^ LI pp) Cunningham &Shedden 

JjPJ?AN^c TMgA!^^, NE^TvorK^ I GenM Agts., 10 DECATUR ST. 

Brotherton Charles fi, elk W H Brotherton, bds 24 Central R R 

'' Frank M,*salesman M Rich & Bro, bds 24 Central R R 

'' Robt L, (Johnson & Brotherton), r 235 S Forsyth 

•• Wm H, drv goods 2 W Mitchell, r 235 S Forsyth 

'' Wm M. de'ptv city clerk, bds 235 S Forsyth 
Brougham Augustus, f, butler, r 86 Forest ave 
Broughton Taylor, .c, wks Pauses Restaurant 

'• William, i\ waiter Kimball House 

" Wm A, pres Farmers Alliance Exchge, r Madison Ga 
Browder David H, (D H Browder & Co) bds 86 N Forsyth 

•• D H & Co, (D H Browder) whol flour, grain and mdse 
brokers, 61^ E Alabama 

'' Frank E, bkkpr Everett Ridley Ragan Co, bds 86 N Forsyth 
Brower Cicero, mach, bds 177 Luckie 

'' [ames M, mach, bds 177 Luckie 

" Lorenzo W, mach, r 177 Luckie 

'* Walter A, elk Frank E Block & Co, bds 177 Luckie 
Brown Abraham, c\ draynfin, r rear 57 Maple 

-' Adam, c, draymn, r 24 Hammock plac 

*• Albert, r, lab, r 88 Welton al 

<' Albert, /-, wks Atl University, r 35 H 

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General Agents for Georgia and Alabama 
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Brown Alphonzo J, barkpr J H Cooper, bds 309 E Hunter 
Alonzo, c, waiter Kimball House 
Andrew, printer, bds 57 Leonard 
Andrew, c, lab, bds 18 Wells 
Annanias, c, brickmason, r 14 Hammock al 
Anthonv, c, lab. r 60 George 
Armstead, sten A & V Smith, bds 576 Whitehall 
Arthur, i\ whitewasher, r 130 Glenn 
Arthur R, i\ wks Read & Brandon, bds 68 Randolph 
Augustus, c, r 127 Wheat 

Augustus D, c, wks A H Lemon, r 44 Gemunden 
A vary, t\ lab, bds 157 E Cain 
Avery, c, driver, r rear 279 Chapel 
Avery, c, (Brown Bros,) r 228^^ Wheat 
Ben , t', driver Enterprise Coal Co 
Benjamin, stone cutter, r 65 King 
Benjamin A, elk Lowry Hardware Co, r 124 F: Ellis 
Benjamin M, wks D Morgan, r 122 Jones ave 
Bettie, r, cook, r 127 Larkin 

Bros, (Joseph E 6c Wm T,) coal and wood, 151 Mills 
Bros, r, (Joseph and Avery,) fish, 228^ Wheat 






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Brown Bros & Co, (Clarence C and Richard C Brown and 
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Cephas M, elk C R R, r 331 S Pryor 
Charles, confectionery, 94 Whitehall, r same 
Charles, meats, 126 Houston 
Charles, soda water mnfr, r 70 Bartow- 
Charles, r, porter J B Hightower & Co, r 36 Parks 
Clarence C (Brown Bros & Co), bds 102 N Forsyth 
Clarence R, bkkpr T K Bunker & Co, bds 71 N Forsyth 
Clinton L ins])ector sidewalks, bds 325 S Pryor 
Coleman R. upholsterer, r 44 Hayden 
Columbus, 1-. lab, bds 35 Trenholm 
Miss Cora, wks Fulton B &* C Mills, bds 62 Wyman 
Rev Cyrus, <*, pas Macedonia Bap Ch, r 54 Rock 
C Amanda (wid Wm), r 62 Wyman 
C Fred, bkkpr Atl W & I Wks, bds 146 Courtland ave 
C D, trav Com Oil Co, bd5'2i Powers 
Daniel, c. r 74 Brown's al 

Daniel, r, porter A .Ji: W P R R. r 50 N Humphries 
Daniel, r, bds 185 Houston 

Daniel H, wks Fulton B & C Mills bds 62 Wyman 
David, <-, wks S M Inman, bds 128 Hilliard 



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" Doc, Cy coachmon \V S Everett, r 199 E Cain 

Dowdell, coll Atlanta Home Ins Co, bds 576 Whitehall 

Ebenezer B, elks P S B Ford & Co, r loi PijiUiam 

Edward, c, cook, r 99 ¥. Cain 

Edward, c, barber 260 Decatur, r same 

Edward, r, wks Sciples Sons, r 94 Rhodes 

Edward, c, wks Kimball House 

Edward C (Brown & Allen), bds 101 Pullium 

Edward W, bkkpr S W Goode & Co, bds Talmadge House 

Elbert, r, wks Overton & Dunn, r 14 Martini 
Brown Elijah A, sec and ireas The Georgia Mining Manufac- 
turing and Investment Co, 42^ E Wall, bds 159 Wash- 
ington ' 
*' Ella, c, r 402 W North ave 

Ellen, c, cook, r 32 Fitzgerald 

Emanuel, c, draymn, r 31 Doray 

Emma, r, laundress, r 50 Kuhrt 

Emma N, (wid E S) r 169 W Hunter 

Eugene S, pres Sou Paint cS: Glass Co. r 95 Capitol ave 

Fabian, cooper, r 98 W Mitchell 

Felix, c, cook, r 197 Edgewood ave 



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Brown Fort, c, po)-t.er Falvey Fruit & Fish Co, r 3^5 Horton 
Frank, r, lalD* Atl Ice Co 
Frank, c, lab, r 191 Bell | 

Frederick E, mgr Sou Branch H W Johns jMfg Co 23 W 

Alabama, r 276 Whitehall j 

F M, plumber J Y Steinhauer 

Rev F^ P, pastor Morrow Station ME Ch, r 146 Courtland ave 
George, fruits izo and 154 Marietta, r same; 
George, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co i 
George, r, bds 103 E Cain . 

George, c, lab, bds 122 E Baker 
George, c, driver John J Woodside, r 157 E Cain 
George B, r, lunch 37 Decatur, r 56 Chamberlin 
George G, real estate, r 382 Spring 
Brown George M, insurance and loans 20^ E Alabama, r 170 

Washington | 

George S, prest Brown & King Supply Co, r 97 East Pine 
George T, ph'ys, asst to A G Hobbs 14^ Whitehall, r 192 E 

Georgia ave j 
George W, painter, r 17 Howell 
Giles, r, wks R & D^R R, bds 45 Ezzard 
Green, r, waiter B Vignaux, r Parks, cor Butler 



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Brown G Augustus, Jr, c, printer Amos Hagler, r 191 Wheat 

G Edward, foreman Marsh, Smith & Marsh, bds 102 N 

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G E, car insp A & F R R, r country 
G O, fruit stand, 132 Peachtree 
G P, cornice mkr Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, r no Con- 

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Harriet, c, boarding, 94 ^^ Decatur 
Harry, barber D Cramer, bds The Brunswick 
Harry, elk C J Kamper Grocery Co, bds 33 Simpson 
Harry, r, carp, r 46 Rasberry al 
Harry, c, r rear 83 Hilliard 
Harry C, real estate, r 576 Whitehall 
Henry, wks DeLoach Mill Mfg Co 
Henry, r, porter Talmadge Ho\ise, r 204 N Butler 
Henry, c, shoe maker, r 93 Greens Ferry ave 
Henry, r, track hand Union Depot, bds 15 Carter 
Herbert H, elk W H Patterson, r 160 Park ave 
Hugh, elk, bds 169 W Hunter 
Ike, wks Gate City Coffin Co, r 16 Reinhardt 
Jacob, r, lab, bds 245 Chestnut 
Jacob W, special agt R & D R R, r W End 



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Brown Jackson, .:, lab, r Simms near Gardner 
James, saloon, 152 Elliott, r same 
James, bds 73 Wheat 
James, carp, bds 146 W Hunter 
James, elk A Abraham, r 202 W Fair 
James, elk G Brown, r 154 Marietta 
James, driver, r Bellwood ave cor Jackson 
James, r, blacksmith, r 196 Eraser 
James, c, eng Fulton Lumber Co, bds 256 W Mitchell 
James, c, lab, r 224 Wheat 
James, ^, lab, bds 167 Butler 
James, r, lab, r 33 Nunnallys al 
James, r, lab, bds 168 E Cain 
James, c, wks S S S Co 
James B, wks C E Hennies, bds j Garden 
James B, eng, r 32 Gray » 

James D, collector Atl Home Ins Co, bds 576 Whitehall 
James L, c, painter, r MeDaniel nr Fletcher 
James S, carp, r 37 Mayes 

Miss Jerressi, wks Fulton B & C Mills, bds 62 Wyman 
Terry, ^, lab, r 46 Johnson 
Jesse, condr W & A R R, r 83^ Peachtree 



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John, contractor and builder, r 124 E Ellis 

John, machinist, r Vanira, near Martin 

John, c, r W 3d, near Ponder ' 

John, c, butleF R H Wilson, bds 48 Merrits ave 

John, I', carp, r 56 Vine 

John, i-, drayman cjty, r 7 \V Hunter alley 

John, c, drivfer Fenley Furniture Co 

John, c, lab, ^500 Butler 

John, I, lab, r 56 Tanners. al 

John, t", lab, 45 Humphries 

John, r, lab, bds 167 Butler 

John, I, waiter; Kimball House, r 317 Chapel 

John, c, wks R" & D R R, r 487 Wheat 

John, i', wks Willingham & Co, r 249 Currier 

John P, switchman ,G P R R, bds 8 Bush 

John S, carp, r 22 Warren pi 

John T, harnessmkr M J Reeder, r 13 Borne 

John W, wks J T k J M Thurman, r 64 Venable 

Jplly R, elk, bds 169 W Hunter 

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oseph, r, dr'iver Standard Ice Co, r 28 White ave 
oseph, r, wkj> C J Simmons, r rear 192 Courtland ave 
[oseph. <•, wks Atl Consolidated Bottling Co 
[oseph, c; (Brown Bros), r 228^ Wheat 
Joseph A, l)arkpr';J Mnrks, bds Si Courtland ave 
" Joseph E, condr K T V & G R R, r 89 Doane 
" Joseph 1^, r 159 AVashington 
" Joseph K. (Browr. Bros), bds 302 W Fourth 
* Joseph J. l)ia(:k'>!nith, r 185 Plum 
Browri Joseph M, \ ice-prest The Ga Mining, Mfg & Invest- 
ment Co, traf mgr W & A R R, r Marietta, Ga 
*' Joshua F, r. (Z B Carjjile & Co) r 67 Fort 
" Julia M, i\ tchr Mitchell St School, r 124 Markham 
Brown Julius L, prest The Ga Mining, Mfg & Investment Co 
42^ K W'all, r 187 Washington 
"■ J Esther, (wid Elijah) r 137 Crew 

J Newton, lawyer, bds 154 Gordon W E 

J S, salesman Chamberlin Johnson & Co, bds 139 Wheat 

J W, bds 64 Venable 

J W, elk R M S, r 52 W Peachtree 

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Brown Laura, c, laundress, r 57 Biggers 

Leonard W, (Bates Kingsbery & Co,) r 325 S Pry or 

Lewis, brickmason, r 128 Magnolia 

Lewis, c, elk Henry Dorsey, r 207 Ivy 

Lewis C, (Brown Bros & Co,) 92 Decatur 
Brown Lewis P, prest Improvement & Investment Co, r cor 
Irwin and Gordon, W E 

Lindon B, elk S S Moon, r 55 W Mitchell 

Lizzie, (wid James) r 32 N Humphries 

Louis, c, lab, r 202 E Cain 

Major, i, wood 258 Elliott, r 250 Simpson 

Manuel, c, wks Beerman & Silverman, r 185 Houston 

Margaret, r, laundress, r 88 Markham 

Marshall H, carp, r no Connally 

Martha P, (wid Pollard) bds 67 Irwin 

Mary, c, laundress, r 56 Dover 

Mary L, (wid Lee) r 48 Ponder 

Matilda, r, domestic, r 18 Gilmer 

Mittie, I, r 82 James 

Mollie, c, laundress, r 375 Mangum . 

Morris M, trav M Barwald & Co, bds 314 Rawson 

M Seal, (wid J J), r 452 Piedmont ave ^ 

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Brown Nancv C, (wid Joseph G), bds 54 Kelly 

Nathan A, lawyer, 701-703 Equitable, r 482 Courtland ave 

Ned, c, drayman, r (Garibaldi, near Arthur 

Nelson, eng Pintsch Gas Wks 

Nelson, c, lab, bds 392 Decatur 

Oliver, c, drayman R O Campbell, 

Oliver S, collector New Home Sewing Mach Co, bds 148 S 

Pryor 
Pardon E, (F R Bunker Co), r Sells, cor Holderness ave, W E 
Perino, bds 160 Park ave 
Phoebe, c, washwoman, r 48 Williams 
Pink, c, brickmason,,r 11 5th ave 
P, t, driver Golden Transfer Co 
Ralph, c, wks R c>c D R R, bds 268 Irwin 
Ralph L, asst Robert E Libbey, r 14 Alabama 
Rebecca, c, laundress, r 42 John 
Richard C (Brown Bros & Co), r New York 
Robert, bds 98 W Mitchell 
Robt, carp, bds 53 Gartrell 
Robert, r, lab, r 76 Brown's al 
Robert, c, lab Stockton & Kuhrt 
Robert, c, lather, r 245 Chestnut ' 

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Brown Robert E, elk, r 66 W Peachtree 

Robert J, wks Holiday's Lumber Co, r 221 Carter 

Robert I.,|t*. wl:s B F Hooper, r 34 Reeves 

Miss Sallie A (S A Brown & Co), bds 290^ Peters 

Sarah (wid William R), bds George Bass 

Sarah, r. r 26 Hilliard • Z /« • 

Sarah, i\ r 97 W Linden - ' ' 

Sophia, i, laundress, r 275 Peters 

Stewart, c, brakeman E T V & G R R, r 298 Peters 

Brown S Paul, associate editor Atl Evening Herald, r 78 E 
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S A & Co, (Miss Sallie A Brown, John D Dodd) dry goods 

290 Peters 
Thomas, r, .GOU])ler E T V & G R R 
Thomas, r, draymn, r 25 Dewalds al 
Thomas, i\ lal^, r 8 Central R R 
Thomas F, r, carp, bds 306 Piedmont ave 
Thomas L c- shoemaker, 68 Randolph, r same 
Thomas S, i\ wks DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, r 97 W Linden 
T H, trav M'l^arwald & Co, r Asheville N C 
Victor, elk George Cotalee. r same 1 
Walter, commission, r 202 Courtland ■ 




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Brown Walter, r, lab E T V & G R R 

*' Walter L. lab, r Wilson near Mary 
Brown Walter R, la\\;yer 9 Whitehall, r 325 S Pry or 

Walter R, f,. elevator boy Atl Evening Herald, bds 207 Ivy 

Wesley, r, wks S W Day 

Wm, f, carp, bds 50 Rhodes 

Wm. car r^pr E T V & G R R 

Wm, elk E M B^s & Co, r 124 E Ellis 

Wm C, car]), r 269 Terry 

Wm, elk W H Brown, bds 139 Greens F'erry ave 

Wm, I, driver J M High & Co 

Wm, i\ driver Stocks Coal Co , 

Wm, r, porter I) C Loeb, r 72 Richmond 

Wm, r, porte/ Keely Co, r McDaniel, near Mary 

Wm, c, wks Butler & Walcott 

Wm, wks Teen School 

Wm B, bkkpr Tye Bros, bds 34 Piedmont ave 

Wm F, (Smith & Brown), r near West View Cemetery 

Wm H, carpenter, r 202 Luekie 

Wm H, r 10:; Hampton 

Wm K, grpcer 137 Green's Ferry ave, r 139 same 

Wm H, r, r II 5th ave 

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Brown Wm Henry, c, plasterer, bds 276 Fulton 

Wm M, furniture 380 Marietta, r Luekie, s e cor Smipson 

Wm S (John Silvey & Co), bds 325 S Pryor 

Wm T (Brown Bros), r Country 

Wm T, painter, bds loi Pulliam 

Wm T, phys 117 W Mitchell, r 125 Walker 

Wm W, (Brown & Hendrick), r 11 Garnett 

Willis, c, lab, r 153 E Ellis 

Wilson, c, lab, r Elizabeth near Mary 

Wilson C, r 54 Kelly 

Winnie, c, laundress, r 24 Carter 

Wyatt, c, wks C E Schaeffner, r 160 Capitol ave 

W x\, c, wks J O Connally, r 347 Fort 

W F, appr E T V & G R R, bds 347 McDaniel 

W S, bds 116 S Pryor 
Brown & Allen, (Edward C Brown, John D Allen), drugs 14 
Whitehall 
'' & Hendrick, (W W Brown, A S Hendrick), com 69 Broad 
Brown & King Supply Co, Geo S Brown prest, Barrington 
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Vine 
" Hannah, (wid Henry,) bds 322 Lee W E 
" Walker G, demist, 63^ Whitehall, r 147 Cooper 
Brownell Mrs D W, r 74 W^Peachtree 
Browning Daniel, boiler mkr R & D R R, r 22 Gospero 
G W, c, lab Atlanta Lumber Co 
James T, printer Franklin Pub Ho, ri29 Davis 
Joseph, pressman Franklin Pub House 
Miss Maggie, teacher Edgewood Ave School, bds 112 Wav- 
erly Way Inman Park 
Brownlee Andrew J, elk T Liebermuth, bds 55 Piedmont ave 
'' Miss Fannie, wks Fulton B & C Mills, bds 90 Factory 
James A, wks Robt Mitchell, r Estoria cor Iswald 
Jesse N, <r, collector, r 45 Granger 

John M, mach hd Phoenix Planing Mill, r Estoria cor Iswald 
Brownrigg Arthur C, bds 171 Jackson 

'' Charlotte M, (wid Chas J), r 171 Jackson 
Broxton Hezekiah W, carp, r 119 Alexander 
Broyles Arnold, receiver Met St R R Co, bds 177 GuUatt 

" Bernard C, starter Met St Ry Co, bds 177 GuUatt 
Broyles Edwin N, (Broyles & Son), r 177 Gullatt 
Broyles Nash R, (Broyles & Son), bds 177 Gullatt 

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Broyles Robert A, (R A Broyles & Co), yard master C R R, r 
289 Glenn 
*' R A & Co, (Robert A Broyles, J H H Parker), grocers, 
241 Coo]ier 
Broyles & Son, (Edwin N and Nash R), lawyers, 573^ E 

Hunter 
Bruce Alexander C, (Bruce & Morgan), r 66 Houston 
Bruce Miss Cora, dress mkr Chamberhn, Johnson & Co, bds 7 R 
R ave, W E 
Elijah, 1-, driver Stocks Coal Co 
Miss Ellen M, tyi)ewriter M R Com Agency 
Miss Emma;, elk Chamberlin Johnson & Co, r 17 Orme 
Joseph L, lab, r 4*1 Bush 
Miss Julian, wks Selig Mfg Co 
liucile, I, r 28 Rockwell 
^lary E, (wid John W) r 140 Rawson 

Miss Nellie M, opr Postal Tel Co, Hotel Araeon, bds 61 
E Ellis 
'' Sarah C,- (wid Daniel) r 17 Orme 
" Wright, f, fireman E T V & G R R 
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Hruchmann August, paver, r 206 Form wait 

Bruckner Eugene G, (Bolles & Bruckner) r 247 Boulevard ; 

" Herbert B, elk, bds 247 Boulevard • 
Bruftey Ed C, asst city editor Atlanta Constitution, rms 103^ 

Peachtree . 
Bruin R Penn, elk G P R R, bds 10 W Ellis 
BntrnfiekL see aho Broomfield. 

" Brutus V, salesman M M Mauck, bds 103 S Pryor 
Brunges Arthur W, c, barber R Steele, bds 255 Fort 
Brunner Joseph K, (J K Brunner & Co), r 194 Ashby, W E 
Brunner J K & Co, (J K Brunner), whol gros, 42 E Alabama 

" Philip H, brakemah E T V & (; R R, bds 226 Smith 
Brunette Francis M, car insp E T V & G R R, r i56Mangum 
Bruno John, teatber, bds 46 E Mitchell 
Brunson J W, elk R M S, r 98 Decatur 

Brunswick House, Mrs Nancy Reed, 156-158 Whitehall 
Brunt John, c, lal», r .1^4 Lovejoy 
Brush Electric Co, Cleveland, O, S W Trawick sou agt 78 Old 

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Brustel Eliza, r, l.iundress, r 142 W Mitchell 
Bryan y !<ee also Brian. 



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^„^„^^ a KIMBALL HOUSE, DBOATUS Vt. TELEPHONE 72. 



©^'^ Bryan Aaron R, lawyer 57 old Capitol, sec & treas Atl Iron & 
^ Steel Casting Co, r 218 Angier av 



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^^ '' Alexander, jr, c, carp A L Bryan, bds 56 Randolph 
^^ Alexander, r, carp, r 56 Randolph 

Edgeworth S E, real estate, r 302 Cirant 
George, c, butler John Ryan, bds 363 Rawson 
^j •• George, r, carp, r 201 Irwin 
ff! " George W, bkkpr, bds 10 W Ellis 
1^^ " Harrison, r 37 Howell 

^ '' Henry P, scalesman Maddox-Rucker Hnkg Co, bds Metro- 

S politan Hotel 

Q " Joseph P, furniture, 106 Forsyth, r Ormewood Park 

^ *• Mrs Rebecca, bds 5 Rhodes 
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Bertie, c, r 43 Dover 

Miss Carrie V, sewing, bds 39 Bradley 

Chest, c, drayman, r 37 Kennesaw alley 4 

D Harrison, carp, r 20 Chestnut 

Frank, c, lab, r Garibaldi, near Roy 

Henry, c, office boy Sunny South, r 318 Hilliard 





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John, r, barber 11 N Broad, r 230 E Ellis 
John A, dry goods 10 W Mitchell, r 250 Ashby, W E 
John L, r 39 Bradley 
John S, driver city, bds 37 Kennesaw al 
Julia, c, r 191 Irwin 
Laura, r, laundress, r 109 Lowe 
Lizzie, c, cook, r 144 Elliott 
Miss Maitie, wks Frank Revson, r 13 Leonard 
Oscar O, elk D K Suttles, bds 44 Davis 
Tobias, c, lab. Water Wks 

Wm, jeweler Maier & Berkele, bds 79 Trinity ave 
Wm, c, carp, r 122 Gray 
Wm, t, lab, r Garibaldi nr Fletcher 
Wm, r 13 Leonard 
Wm, c, Plumber, bds 65 James 
Wm L, wks Fenly Furn Co, bds 717 Marietta 
Yancey, money order elk P O, r Hapeville, Ga 
Zach, r, wks Ad Tract Co, r 213 Glenn 
Bryson James H, asst bkkpr N D McDonald & Co, bds 83 Gilmer 
John, wks Sou Terra Cotta Wks, bds 6 Trinity ave 
Miss Mary E, tchr Calhoun st school, bds 83 Gilmer 

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Bryson Thomas M, r 83 Gilmer [ 

Buchanan Alonzo, wks Ga R R, bds 20 McDonald 

" A J, boiler maker W & A R R 

'* Effie, wksJ'F Buchanan, bds 20 McDonald 

" Elizabeth S, (wid Jas), r 260 Courtland 

'* Emery, carp, r 19 Pittman al 

" E A N, condr Atl Con St Ry Co 

'* Garnett A, mach,f 256 Formwalt 

" H, wks Trowbridge Furniture Co, 

'* Jas A, elk The Ryan Co 

" James F, sanitary inspector, r 41 Yonge 

" John, mach Winship Machine Co, r 302 Mangum 

*' John D, wks T R Sawtell, bds 120 Chapel 

*' John E, eng T H Johnson, r 337 Decatur 

" John T, mach DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, r 18 Haynes 

** Joseph F, photographer, 145 Decatur, r 20 McDonald 

" Lucy M, (wid G L), seamstress, r 10 Pittman al 

** Miss Mattie, wks Selig Mfg Co j 

** Robert H, porter Bates, Kingsbery & Co, r Covington, Ga 

*' Thomas J, elevator man Equitable Bldg | 

" Wm B, mdse broker 67 E Alabama, r 42 Spring 
Buchannan Charles H, mngr Atl Straw Hat Co„ r 198 Luckie 

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Buchannan Claude E,.bkkpr Oglesby & Meador Gro Co, bds 75 
Park ave 
Francis M, carp, r 57 Bell 
James, c, fireman Ga Elec Lt Co 
Paul, boiler mkr Atl Machine Wks 
Thomas J, groter 290 Decatur, r 75 Park ave 
T B, wks Woodward Lumber Co, bds 195^ Decatur 
Wm A, coupler Ga R R 
Wm T, furniture 305 Decatur, r Edgewood 
Bucher Albert C, lead burner Geo W Scott Mfg Co, r Decatur, Ga 

•' John C, (Bucher & Boyd), r Decatur, Ga 
Bucher & Boyd, (John C Bucher, Donald Stuart Boyd), seeds, 

plants, bulbs and special fertilizers, 19 S Broad 
Buck Alfred E, U S Marshal, Custon* house, r 584 Peachtree 

*' Sandgur H, elk R M S, bds 8 W Ellis 
Buckale'W John P, saloon and restaurant, under Gate City 
Bank cor Alabama and Pryor, r 344 S Pryor 
" Sarah A, (wid Wm), dressmaker, r 70 Loyd 
Buckley Charles, carp, r 295 Orme 

Buckmaster Eugene B, condr ETV&GRR, bdsi6 Peters 
Buckner Frank, c, carp, r 1 7 DeWald's al 
Budden Alfred C, appr Budden & Son, bds Park ave nr Lee W E 



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Edw^ard R, lithographer, r 1 2 West End ave W E 
'' Lithograph Co, 10-12 W Wall 
Buff Jesse, c, wks Fuller & Robie, r 78 Hunnicutt 
BfufialcrWm, tailor H B Elston, bds 142 W Hunter 
Buffet George, wood cutter, r 44 Elm 
B^uffett Mat, c, lab, r 90 Randolph 
Biuffington George W, r 298^ Marietta 
Bufford Henry, c, lab, r rear 29 Cornelia 
*' Warren, drayman, r 83 Terry 
" Wiley, r, plasterer, r rear 614 Peachtree 
Buford Alice (wid J), r 184 Fowler 

** Ben J, c, wks J P Buckalew, r 257 Butler 
*' Miss Hester, seamstress J P Northrop, r 29 Bell 
Bugg Anderson, r, carpet layer, r 24 Parks 

Ermin M, elk Gramling & Nisbet, bds 242 E Cain 
Joseph, r, boarding 8 Piedmont 
Lawrence J, sten G B Everett & Co, bds 242 E Cain 
Luther, driver Troy Steam Laundry 
Wm B, elk J A Mason & Son, r 242 E Cain 
Buggs Fred, <; wks W & A R R, r 10 Lester 
Buice Alonzo, foreman Conklin Mfg Co, r 75 Martin 



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Charles, wks Southern Furniture Co, r 1 2 Iswald 
David, coal and wood dealer, r 2 1 Piedmont ave 
Edward, wks Fulton B & C Mills, bds 64 Wyman 
Mrs Eliza, r 405 Decatur 
Eliza (w4d James), r 4 Savannah 
Gordon, elk Atlanta Shirt Mfg Co, r 405 Decatur 
John, r 64 Wyman 

Joshua, wks Southern Furn Co, bds 4 Savannah 
Bullard Joseph H, r 48 Tutor 

" R Eugene, brakeman ETV&GRR 
Bullard Thomas J, (Kelley Bros & Bullard), r Palmetto, Ga 
" Wash, wks Venable Bros, r 320 Decatur 
*' Wm T, carp, r 24 Ella 
BuUen Dana R, mgr supply dept General Electric Co, r 60 
Fairlie 
" Edward, stitcher Weitzell & Fitzgibbon 
Bullock Dock H, r, wks Dohme & Corrigan Gro Co, r 288 Fulton 
Green B, lab, bds 80 Richmond 
John H, lab, bds 258 W Fair 
Nathan H, saloon 79 S Broad, r Watson House 
R Frank, flagman C R R, bds 19 Hills ave 



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Bullock Hon Rufus B, pres Chamber of Commerce, r 233 
Peachtree 

*' J W^ bagage master (1 C & N R R 

'• Volckert V, r 233 Peachtree 
Billow John, wks Fenley Furn Co 
Bumstead Albert H, r 169 Vine ^ ' 

'' Albert H Jr, bds 169 Vine ' 

Bumstead Rev Horace, pres Atl University, r 169 Vine 

'' Merrill A, (J W Stallings & Co), r 68 East ave 
Hunch Charles^', adv solicitor Atl Journal, r 9 Stonewall 

Emma, i^ laundress, r 324 Decatur 
Bunker Frank R, (F R Bunker & Co), r 294 Gordon, W E 
Bunker F R & Co, (F R Bunker, P E Brown), coal and brick, 

137 Marietta 
Bunkley Felix, i, porter J J ^: J E Maddox, r 42 Kennesaw al 
Bunley Benjamin, t, drayman, r 11 Maple 
Bunn Jane, r, laundress, r 192 W Mitchell 

'• M H, elk R MS, r Edgewood 
Bunting George H, bkl?j)r Belford Clarke Co, bds 92 S Pryor 
Harr\ S. reporter Atlanta Constitution, bds 92 S Pryor 

*' R Frank, sten Marion W Spence. bds 92 S Pryor 
Buonapart Napoleon P, r, r 139 Markham 



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'• Samuel M, mgr Nelson Morris t't Co, r 342 Edgewood ave 
J>t(i'ch, xer al-<o Birch, a/.^o Burl: 

*• Benjamin, <•, brickmason, r 124 Tatnall 

•• Chas. <-, lab, r McDaniel, near Arthur 

'- George, J f, elk R M S, r 292 W Mitchell 

'' John B, wks \V & A R R, r 161 Alexander 

Mathew, c. (Burrh t^ Co), r near McPherson Barracks 

•' Wm R, (Green, Mathews & Burtli), r 263 Ashby, W E 
cv: Co, V, (M l)\ireh. D Stark), meats, 125 Gordon, W E 
Bur< kel PMward, grocer 297 McDaniel, r 293 same 
Eva, (wid Cieorge), r 245 Humphries 

'• Geo C, coppersmith B T V & G R R, r 307 McDaniel 

•• J Martin, insp Atl Lumber Co, r 293 McDaniel 
Burckhalter Brown, elk Clarence Knowles, r Leland House 

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Burckhardt John (J, v-pres The Swift Specific Co, r 2 1 Wash- 
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Burdell Stephen, f, lab, r loi Gartrell 
Burden Amanda, c, laundress, r rear 184 Little 

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Crosby D, cond A C St R R, r 820 Decatur 
John S, eng R & D R R, r 77 Gartrell 
Rosa, r, chambmd Hotel Weinmeister, bds rear 347 Wheat 
S Burdett Holsten, r, woodcutter, r 67 Clark 
James, c, lab, r 6 Air Line al 
John, drayman, r 272 E Linden 
John C, butcher 338 Marietta, r Bellwood 
Lafayette P, c, eating house 374 Marietta, r same 
•' Waymen J, carp, r 264 E Linden 
Burdick Mrs A E, teacher Ad University, r same 
*' Milton, c, coachman W M Dickson, r rear same 
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James H, (Hicks & Burge), r Means 
Jerry, eng F J Cool edge & Bro 
Leonard, wks Ga Stove & Range Co 
Mathew, lab, r 779 Marietta 
Robert, eng Ga Stove & Range Co 
Samuel, r, lab, r 37 Daniel 




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. • Burger Maggie, (wid David), bds 233 Little 
Cu o " Mrs S Stella, wks Marsh, Smith & Marsh, bds 233 Little 

Burgess Bolen, wks Atl Piano Fy, r 168 S Boulevard 
^ " Louis E, saleman F E Block Co, bds The Brunswick 

" Robert B, (Burgess «Sc Co), r 133 Grant 
Wm H, insurance, r 207 Highland ave 
& Co, (R B Burgess,) commission, 27 S Broad 
. Burie Philip B, elk Atl Compress & Whsg Co. r 107 Thompson 
5 Burl:, !<ee also Birch and Burch 

David G, carp, r 252 Frazei 
D Gaar, carp, r 354 Martin 
Ephraim, r, plasterer, r 17 Battle 
James, bds 36 Gilmer 
Samuel M, wks C R R, bds 91 Loyd 
^Burke Henry P, tinner, r 323 Chestnut 

Hood, c, wks Ice House, r rear 22 Thompson 
James F, wks G H HoUiday & Co, r 146 W Hunter 
James W, c, shoemaker, 224 Houston, r 23 Doray 
Jesse H, foreman Holliday Lumber Co, r 100 Mangum 
Jesse W, c, glazier Traynham & Ray, r 191 Frazer 
Joseph F, capitalist 53 Gould Bdg, r N Atlanta 



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" Mary Ann, (wid 'J'imothy), r 9 Piedmont ave 
'' Nathan, c, lab, r 52 Old Wheat • 
• " Thomas, r, porter So Ex Co, r 326 N Butler 

'' Wm B. books ^8 Marietta, r 49 W Cain 
Burkert John M, umbrella repairer 12 Peachtree, r 403 Capitol ave 
", S Paul, piano tuner and trav Freyer & Bradley, bds 403 Capi- 
tol ave 
Burkett Ira E, bkkpr Lieberman & Kaufman, r 121 AVindsor 

'' Robert L, elk The Ryan Co, bds The Ardmore 
Burkhalter Brown, wks Clarence Knowles, bds The Leland 
Burkhard M W, tr^v, bds 176 S Forsyth 
Burks Beauregard,.^, barber Markham House 
Charles M,' policeman, r 80 Thompson 
E L, r 14 GFay\ 
lames R, carp, bds 32 Ella 

Jefferson, c, wks R & D R R, r 49 Thompson's al 
'lohn, c, carp,^ r 8 Parks 
John, f, carp, bds 52 Old Wheat . 
Robert L, insurance agt, r 299 S Pryor 
Stonewall, c^ porter Chas O Tyner, r rear 72 Marietta 
Thomas, c, briekmason, r Herbert near Roy 

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Burks Wm, motorman Atl Consol St R R, bds 91 Loyd 

" Wyly, c, carp, r 12 Parks 
Burley Alfred,^-, wks Ga Soap Co, r 9 Sugar 
" Dol. i, plfisterer, bds 22 Eraser 
'^ Hilliard4f, lab, C R R 
Burnap Harry J, eng Con st car plant, r 5 Bluff, W End 
Burner Chris, carp,G H Holliday Lumber Co, r 221 Magnolia 

'' Gus, wks Planing Mill, r 41 Tatnall 
Burnett Albert, bds 161 Smith 

Alonzo W,-r, grocer, 130 Cain, r same 

Christopher C, carp, r 144 S Forsyth 

Dorcas E (wid Robert), r 175 W Mitchell 

Edward W, coupler C R R, r 83 Ga R R 

James T,*. canvasser Singer Mfg Co, bds 314 Luckie 

John C, eng W & A R R, r 117 Davis 

J W, wks Fulton B & C Mills 

Mrs M B, wks Expo Cotton Mills, r 94 Old Expo Grounds 

Rueben, c, wks Coi)k & Coker 

Robert A,' wks HoUiday Lumber Co, bds 175 W Mitchell 

Sherman S, salesmn Gramling-Spalding-Kingsbery Co 

— , elk J M High ^ Co, bds Talmadge House 
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Burney John, c, lab, r 140 E Ellis 

Julius A, ins agt, 39^ N Broad, r 61 Park ave 

Mitchell, Cj groceries, 25 Boaz, r same 

Reuben, c, bds 121 E Ellis 

T J, elk J M High & Co 
Burnham Charles R, elk Sou Exp Co, bds 48 Simpson 

James W, elk T M Moore, bds 81 Gilmer 

Theodore, r 48 Simpson 
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Andrew, wks city, r 275 Martin 

Edward saloon 156 Decatur, bds 137^ same 

Edward P, chief elk W & A R R, bds 168 Crew 
Burns Edward P, lawyer, 827 Equitable Bldg, r 168 Crew 

G A, helper R & D R R 

James, carpet la3'er The Ryan Co, r 102 N Forsyth 
Burns James Austin, lawyer and pres Atl Land & Loan Co, 
Burns Mfg Co and Purity Ice Co, office ^2 7 Equitable, 
r 312 Grant 
Burns James F, (Burns Mfg Co), bds 312 Grant 

fames J, cutter Kahn Bros, bds 21 Houston 

John, barkpr, bds 46 E Mitchell 

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Burns Manufacturing Company The, James A Burns, 
pres, E P Burns, sec, ice machines, 827 Equitable. See 
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Mrs Mary, wks M S Patterson, r 162-^ Decatur St 
Mike, fireman ETV&GRR 
Robert, ^, r 29 Fort 
Robert, c, lab, r 24 Kennesaw al 
Burpee J Arthur, wks John M Smith, bds 443 Woodward ave 

** Robert, blacksmith, bds 443 Woodward ave 
Burr Carrie, c, laundress, r 12 Bell 

Burrell Austin, scenic artist and decorator, bds 27 Wheat 
Burrough Jeff B, eng W & A RR, bds 29 Hull 
Burroughs Thomas, c, wks F E Collins, r 298 Decatur 
Burrows G H, pres the Standard Wagon Co of Ga, r Cinti O 
Burruss Andrew J, elk E M Bass & Co, bds 80 Ivy 
" Benj Hill, elk E M Bass & Co, bds 80 Ivy 
*• Robert, <:, barber R E Lee, r 19 Tyler 
Burse Rachael, ^, cook, r 40 Bartow 
Burson Henrietta L, (wid S C) r 54 Walton 
John, ^, stone mason, r 28 Vine 
Rev Richard H, ^, r 196 W Mitchell 



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WBITINO MACHINES. " It ttands ftt the head." 

H. B. TORBETT A CO., (Successors to Torbett& McCandless,) 
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Burt Samuel H, c, shoemkr, 3 E Mitchell, r 17 Richmond 
Burtchoell Miss Mattie A, tech Wallace St Sch, bds 245 Peeples W E 
Burton Mad Belle, r 4 Collins 

" Charles, r* wks C P Johnson & Co, r 19 Jenkins 

" Columbus, c, driver Standard Ice Co, r '76-78 Central R R 

-' Edward, c, wks Kimball House, r 170 Clarke 

•• Hal, 6% baker J D Brady, bds 156 E Ellis 
' '' Henry A, elk Ga R R, r 233 E Hunter 

*' Henry W, elk J C Allen, bds 37 N Moore 

'• Jerry, wks Constitution, bds 23 Hayden 

'' Job, farmer, r 23 Hayden 

•' John, c, lab, r Golden ave 

•' Lemuel L, wks Constitution, bds 2^ Hayden 

•• Otto A, hOseman Hose Co 2, bds 23 Hayden 

*' Randall, i\ carp, r 14 Cornelia 

'• Walter F, elk W U T Co. r 21 Rankin 

'• Wm. r,ilab, r 28 Xireen 

'- Wm H. carp, r 28 Dunlap 

^' Wm H^ painter R & D R R. r 19 Hilliard 

^■' W J, helper R & D R R 
Bush Amanda, c, dressmaker, r 17 Holland 

'' Augustus, c, porter Arnold & Arnold, r 46 Hill's ave 

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Bush Calvin, meSs Sou ifexp Co, r Hampton 

Daniel, c, r 40 Ira 
Bush Fred D, dist pass agt L & N R R 42 E Wall, bds Mark- 
ham House 
" Henry, r, drayman, r 12 Gemundeu 
'' Myrtis (wiQ Edward), r 128 Smith 
'• Norah, c, r 135 Bell 

Robert E, sten, bds 292 Terry 
Robert P, corid W«&ARR, r292 Terry 
Thomas, c, lab, r 124 Fort 
T, c. r 134 Bell 
Busha H M, eng'R & D R R 

'' Lee F, fireman R & D R R, bds 29 Lucy 
Bushnell John E, wall paper, room mouldings and interior 

decorations, 43 N Broad, r Kimball House 
Bussey Anna, t, domestic, r 2.99 E Hunter 
'• Miss Annie, millinery, 219 Wheat, r same 
'' Hulbert tJ; pres Atlanta Straw hat Co, r 120 Curran 
" Salouel McK (wid Nathan J), bds 38 W Peachtree 
'' Samuel T, sup^ Sou Exp Co stables, r 61 King 
** Thomas L, eiig W & A R R 
Butcher Alfred R (Butcher & W^ingate), r 44 Cxilmer 




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Butler Aaron, c^ lab, r 252 N Butler 

'* Aaron G (Butler & Walcott), r 61 Marcus 

Adam, c, lab, r rear 524 Piedmont ave 

Aleck, i\ wks W O Jones 

Alexander, r, warehouseman Tide Water Oil Co 

Alice, r, r 264 Elliott 

Benjamin, c, painter, r 55 Gullatt 

Benjamin, painter, r 129 Magnolia 

Bernard P, elk The Ryan Co 

Bowley, wks Fulton B ^ C Mills, r 70 Wyman 

Charles, c, driver Golden Trans Co, r rear 18 Wells 

Edward, c, porter J W & E C Atkins, r 95 Larkin 

Edward E, pattern maker, r 244 Elliott 

Elizabeth C F, (wid Thomas), bds 182 Gordon, W E 

Ella, r, school teacher, bds Ira near Amy 

Frank, r, wks Miller & Brady, r rear 1 1 1 Courtland ave 

Frank, c, wks Milam & Patterson, r 14 Loyd 

Fronie, f, r 61 Dairy 

George, r, porter J S Boyd, r 121 E Harris 

George J, contractor, r 7 Hayden 






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Henry, c, wks A J Rudisill 
Henry R, i, (Butler, Stater & Co), physician, 202 Wheat, r 

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Irene H, (wid Isaac) r 678 S Pry or 
James, r, basket maker, r 332 Hilliard 
James, r, wks Sharman House 
John, wks Butler &: Walcott 
John. <-, lab G P R R, r 6 Nictoria 
John M, ^^ lab G P R R, r 117 Pine ' 
John W, trav F E Block & Co, r Greenwood 
Katie, c, laundress, r 63 Porter 
Lizzie, r, laundress, r 50 Rawson 
Louise, r, laundress, r 348 Rawson 
Louise, f, laundress, r 102 Haynes 
Miss Lula, c, r no Elliott 
Margaret C, (wid B G), r 337 Decatur 
Miss Mattie, sten Frank E Block, bds 678 S Pryor 
Ned, (■, wks L L Mc Arthur, r 17 Butler 
Oscar, mach DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, 
Patrick G, cornicemkr Wingate & Mell, r 73 Butler 
Pearce S, r, r 173 Clarke 



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Richard, c, janitor 24^* S Pry or, r 29 Randolph 

Robert E. eng Wellhouse & Sons, r 254 W Fair 

Slater & Co, c, (Heni'y R Butler Thomas H Slater), drugs, 

202 Wheat 
S O, mach Van Winkle G & M Co 
Thomas, wks Atl Box Fv, r 233 Haynes 
Troup, elk C R R, bds 45 E Mitchell 
Wesley, wks Hightower Rankin & Co 

Wm, ladderman, Hook & Ladder No i, bds 102 N Forsyth 
William, r, waitex Durands Restauiant 
Wm, wks Fulton Lumber Co, bds 124 Haynes 
Wm O, printer, r 14 Jefferson 
Wm J, m'ach, bds 283 Marietta 
Wm W, eng Boyd & Baxter, r 40 Ponder ave 
Wm W, eng F W Hart Sash and Door Co, r 457 Whitehall 
Butler & Chambers, (S J Butler and H R Chambers) cigar 
mnfrs 7 N Broad 
•' & Walcott, (Aaron G Butler Walter B Walcott), Planing 
Mil-l, 325 Decatur 
Butt James W, (Butt & Smoot), r 136 Capitol ave 

'' Jesse M, sclsma Atl Com & Whse Co, r 246 Woodward ave 
" Wm C, lab, bds 10 Woodward ave 

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Butt & Smoot, (James W Butt, Jacob H Smoot), contractors n 

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Buttrill Burwell, bds 189 Foundrv F^ 

r Butts C H, elk RMS, r 42 Walton ^ 

Ma'rcellus, i; lab, r 271 X Butler ^«H 

Richard, c\ fireman E T V & (r R R 00 g 

Wm, wks Trayjiham & Ray PI 3 

'' — , I', eating hojuse 23 Ivy, r same JJ) ^ 

Buzbee Carter K, grocer 170 Peachtree, r 469 Wheat S1^3B 

'' H, bds 46 E Mitchell **» 

'' Wm T, grocer 703 Marietta, r 23 Jones ave IcTD 

Buzee John, helper Stockton &: Kuhrt 

Buzzell Albert S, foreman foundry Tech School, r 131 Spring 
Byars Louis, c, wks, Abbott &.McKinney, r 262 Piedmont ave 
*' Marshall, r, porter J V H Nash & Co, bds 235 Ivy 
'* Park, engineer E T V & G R R 
Byerly Wm, machinist Van Winkle G & M Co 
^Byers Anthony S, bkkpr Fenley Furn Co, bds 174 Loyd .. 

Jane L (wid Josiah S), private school 174 Loyd, r same 
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prices— anyone knows it cannot be done. But with a complete equip- 
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with a reasonable profit. Do much better work than the average, and 
do it in a hurry. WILL COMPETE IN PRICE WITH ANYONE- 
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Hunnicutt _. 

" Wm L, brickmason Adanta Gas Light Co, r 192 Kimball 
Byington George W, life ins, r 255 Capitol ave 
Bynun Raymond D, printer, r 145 W Mitchell 
Byorth Miss Emily, teach Boulevard School, bds Ihe Albemarle 
Byrd, see aho Bird ' , / 

Ann, c, cook, r 227 Rhodes ' -J' . 
Benjamin, r Curran : . 
Carrie, c, laundress, r 92 Haynes . , ^ r- 1 n 
Byrd Charles P, book and job printer, 8 S Broad, bds Kimball 
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C, wks Ga Stove and Range Co ' , j 
Flavins G, elk Atlanta Paint & Seed Co, bds 150 Courtland 
G, wks Ga Stove & Range Co 
Joseph, c, lab, bds 227 Rhodes 
Louisa, Cy washwoman, r 105 Alexander 
Perry, r, brick setter, r 261 Haynes 
Philip, c, carp, bds 68 Johnson 
Byvfies, see a/.^r> Bunn: 
''• Sadney (wid Richard), r 279 Formwalt 
*' Solomon, c, grocer, 62 Wells, r 60 same ^ 

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Byron Crumwell, bds 507 Woodward ave 

'' John H, c, shoemaker, 44 Cedar, r 13 Wilson 
"■ Mark B, elk M Furse, r 507 Woodward ave 

Byson John, wks Peligrini & Casdeberry, bds 79 Trinity ave 
" Wm, plasterer, bds 79 Trinity ave 

C& G Electric Co, electric contractors and supplies, agt 
Edison Mimeograph 39 N Broad (See adv p 2) 
Cabaniss Daniel M, bkkpr Sou Home B & L Assn, bds G A 

Cabaniss ^ 1 -n 

" George A, acting sec Sou Home B&L Assn, r Copenhill 
Cabaniss Henry H, business mngr Atl Journal, pres Ga Secu- 
rity & Bkg Co, r 406 Peachtree 
Cable J B, eng G C & N R R 

" Wm A, carp, bds 53 Gartrell 
Cadle, see also Kadel 

*< Wm H, r 162 Luckie 
Cagle Joseph, wks S'^u Furn Co, bds 7 Boulevard 

" Rufus E, wks May Mantel Co, r W 4th bey limits 
Cahill Benjamin F, contractor and builder, bds Cannon House 

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Joseph V M, policeman, r 73 Alexander 
Sion R, hosemah Engine Co No 5, r 37 Peters 
Thomas, elk S F Knapp, bds Talmadge House 
Thomas A, wks Phanix Planing Mill, r 10 Iswald 
'Jliomas R, sten Ga Cotton Oil Co, r 77 Ivy 
Caldecott (.eorge C A, turkish bath, 10 Decatur, r 48 Church 
Caldon Prof J D, with W M Scott & Co, r 73 E Fair 
CaldweU, see ahoCalweU, Cohlwell and Colwell 
'' Amelia A, (wid Robert), r 12 Gilmer 
'' Arthur B, lumber, 39^4 N Broad, r 391 Wheat 
Caldwell Bros, (Joseph B &* Robert H), clothing and gent's 

furnishing goods, 9 Whitehall 
Caldwell Clarence, bkkpr Caldwell Bros, bds 146 (Gordon W E 
" Ella, t", launQress, r 25 Davis 
E C, wks May Mantel Co 

H Cobb, rec teller Neal L & Bkg Co, bds 19 Baltimore Blk 
James, r 63 W Mitchell 

James M, elk J H Caldwell, bds 23 Irwin W E 
John A, city elk and marshall W E, r 115 Gordon W E 
John H, gen store 127 Gordon W E, r 205 Lee W E 
John W, asst b kkpr Langston cS: AVoodson, bds 20 Church 

( he*t GradM of Kt<>am and Domntie Coals, also Cok«-, 
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Joseph S, 1-, grocer 231 Peters, r same 
" J A, jxiper hanger W S McNeal 
" J E, tile setter Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co 
" Mary, (wid John), bds 31 Irwin W E 
" Mary, <% chamber maid, r 16 Granger 
" Nellie, i, laundress, r 85 Hightower 
" Peyson, r, ])utlcr J Kingsbery, r same 
'' Raleigh, r, earj. r 145 Butler 
" Robert, elk R C) Cimpbell 
•• Robert E wk> R v\: D R R, r 25 Bailey 

•' Robert H, (Cald^^'ell Bros), grocer, 213 Lee W E r 146 Gor- 
don AV E 
" Robot H Jr, elk R H Caldwell, bds 146 (Gordon W E 
•' Robert L, supt Collins Brick Co, bds 188 Courtland ave 
" R Toombs, cashier S E Tariff Asso, bds The Leyden 
*' — I, wks Hunnicutt & BelHngrath Co 

Caledonian Fire Insurance Company of Scotland, 

Josepli N Moody agt, 20 Gate City Bank Bldg 
Calhoun Abner W, Oculist and Aurist, 62 Marietta, r 93 Cap- 
itol square 

. ate C'ty B ink, r 83^ Peachtree 

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Calhoun Hon Andrevr E, City recorder and lawyer, New 
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'' A, r, truckhand Union depot 
•' Callie, Cj cook, r 270 Irwin 
" David, c, lab E T V & G R R, r Smith nr Arthur 

E, (', wks Sou Spring Bed Co 

Rev Francis, 6, r 20 IMackgum al 

Milliard, r, driver H G Kuhrt 

Isaac P, r 69 Rockwell 

John, f, wks Atl Water Wks, r 464 Davis 

John, c, butler T J Hunter, r same 

John C, carp, bds 47 Fortune 

Joseph D, c, barber M H Bently, r 69 Rockwell 
Calhoun King & Spalding, (Pat Calhoun, Alex C King, 
Jack J Spalding) lawyrs, rms 62-65 Gate City Bnk bldg 

Mary, r, washwoman, r 40 Johnson 

Patrick (Calhoun, King &: Spalding), r 979 Peachtree 

Patrick H, elk Ordinary Fulton Co, r 156 Crew 

Perry, c, plasterer, r 139 Houston 

Reuben, r, wks John J Woodside 

Sallie, r, laundress, r 22 Grady 

W^iley, butcher J E Bettis, r 35 Hill'i>ave 




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*' Wm, c, porter I S Mitchell 

** Wm D, sten, bds 17 Washington 
Calhoun Wm L, lawyer and Ordinary Fulton Co, r j 7 Wash- 



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Califf Mis Annie, wks J D Word & Co 
*' John G, painter, r 123 Rhodes 
Miss Mage, wks J D Words &: Co 
Miss Maggie, elk Mrs B C Fry, bds 123 Rhodes 
California Fruit Cider Co, J Cj St Amand prest, T 1) Irish sec 

and treas, 1 1 1 Peachtree 
Caligraph Writing Machines, M B Torbett & Co genl agts. 

22 Kimall House, Decatur (See top lines) 
Calkins Fred C, special agt S E Tariff Assn, r Jackson, Miss 
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*' Henry, machinist R & D R R 
Callaghan John J, mach W & A R R, r 41 Markham 

" Wm, printer Evening Herald, r East End 
Callahan Miss Annie, wks Atl Paper Co, r 15 Jones ave 
Augusta A (w4d Wm S), r 15 Jones ave 
Henry, r, lab, Weitzell & Fitzgibbon 

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Callaway Miss Abbie, tchr Girls High School, bds 156 Capitol ave 

Augustus, c, stoker Atl Gas Light Co 

Charles, bds 182 Magnolia 

Charles M, (Morris & Callaway), r 38 Fort 

Edward, elk Kimball House, r same 

Eugene C, trav Marsh, Smith & Marsh, bds 156 Capitol ave 

Evan \V, c, packer Atl Paper Co, r 123 Glenn 

Gus, c, lab, bds 28 Mangum 

Howard R, (Everett, Ridley, Ragan Co), r 56 Currier 

I Tucker, bkkpr Cashman Broom Co, r S;^ E Ellis 

James, r, woodcutter, r 94 Richmond 

John, f-, r Holcombs al 

John, r, blacksmith, r 94 Thurmand 

John E, eng H Crankshaw & Co, r 2oJeannette 

Joseph, wks. Wood & Beaumont Stove & Furniture Co 

Joshua F, mach, r 299 Bass 

Miss Mamie t), leach Walker St School, bds 156 Capitol ave 

Martin, r, lab, r 15 Ella 

Morgan, r, wks DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, r 243 Irwin 

Quinn, wks 'lechcl school 
'* Reuben,/, lab, r 172 Gray . 

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•• Roxie, newsboy, r 299 Bass 

R Lee, trav Everett Ridley Ragan Co, bds 253 E Cain ' 
R Sherman, c, lab, bds 14 Trejholm 
Miss Sallie T. dressmaker, 179 S Pryor, r same 
Samuel, c, wks Fenley Furn Co 
Squire. l\ lab, r 14 Trenholm ' 

Stewart, c, janitor 39^ N Broad, r rear 194 Piedmont ave 
S Cicero Jr, r, grocer 175 Walker, r 12 Maple 
S Clayton, elk Lumpkin, Cole & Stewart, r 156 Capitol ave 
Thomas W, civil eng, r 99 Walton 
Wm. r, barber Antone Graves, r 125 E Harris 
Wm, wks J D Stocks, 6 Baker, (Ryan's row) 
W^m A Jr, elk D H Dougherty & Co, bds 156 Capitol ave 
Wm I, mach H Crankshaw & Co, bds 20 Jeanette 
•' Wm J, collr Hopkins & Ho worth, r 182 Magnolia ' 

Callen Jake, eng G C & N R R 

Callett Robert B, elk. bds 65 Houston 

Calligan Charles L, (Kelly & Calligan) r 362 W North ave 

Calloway C, trav Lowry Hardware Co, bds Talmadge House 
•' David J, mach E T V & G R R, r 45 Glenn 
'' Henry, <:, porter, bds 166 Wheat 



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'' Thos J, barber D Cramer, bds Metropolitan Hotel 
Galium H A, optician, bds 137 Spring 
Calvo Georgia (wid Peter), bds 38 Henry W E 
Camel Wm, r, shoemkr 141 Loyd, r same 
Cameron James r, plasterer, r 220 Irwin 

Moses, c, carp, r 85 W Linden 

M E, wks Atlanta Cotton Mills 

Robert, wks Atlanta Cotton Mills, bds 59 Magnolia 

Wm H wks Atlanta Cotton Mills, r 59 Magnolia 
Cammius Geo, c, wks E T V & G R R 

Cammack Rich'd C, Capt'ist, 4 Grant Bldg, bds 332 Courtland av 
Camp, see also Kemp and Kamp 

Mrs A M, dressmkr Mrs Adler, bds 195 Whitehall 

Benjamin A, with J R Babb, r 35 Bailey 

Booker, r, lab, Beutell Mfg Co 

Edward, drummer, r 156 Thompson 

Felix agt, Natl School Agency, bds The Leland 

Harry, pres Atlanta & Salt Spring R R, r Covington, Ga 

James, r, r 106 Woodward ave 

Joseph J, truck farmer, r 366 Grant 

J O, motorman A C St Ry 

Southern paint t "pass Co4*K^.°l'fiy!!l^^^^^^ 

Camp Mary, <•, domestic, r 253 Marietta 
'* Milton P, (Clarke & Camp), r 90 Nelson 
*' Nancy A, (wid George W^), r 79 W Peachtree 
* ' O Tolbert, elk Dohme & Corrigan Grocery Co, r 90 Park ave 

Camp Thomas, Machinery and Timber Lands, 8 E Wall r 182 
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Warner, student, bds 58 Cherry •§ » 

Warner A, collector Rhodes & Smith, r 90 Park ave g* " 
William M, asst supt and cashier Pullman Palace Car Co bds g JJ 

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" A W, coupler E T V & G RR 
Ben c, lab, r 141 Tanners al 
Benjamin J, eng C R R, bds 39 Markham 
Charles, e*, porter R & D R R, r 60 Rock 
Chas T, bkMpr Atl Compress & Whsng Co, r 20 Cooper 
Cornelia A; (wid WiJliam J), bds 246 Boulevard 
C I., eng R & D R R 
Drucilla (wid^mes), r 191 Luckie 
D Crowell, special agt American Fire Ins Co, 30 Old Capitol 

Bldg, bds 156 W Peachtree 
Edward, brakeman E T V & G R R, bds 50 McDaniel rd 
Emma (wid Charles A), r 21 McAfee 
Emmett, grocer, bds 467 Whitehall 
Enos F, r 87 E Hunter 
Georgie, c\ laundress, r 391 Richardson 
George D, comp Sou Lodge Secret, r ^S N Jkoad 
Henry, wks Sou Agl Works, bds 5 Victoria 
Herbert L, elk* Langston & Woodson, bds 228 Ashby W E 
Campbell Humphrey B, machinist, genl repair and noveltv 
works, 20 E Mitchell, bds 46 E Mitchell 
•' James, saloon 29 S Pryor, r 27 Eraser 

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^ Campbell James, wks Boyd & Baxter, r 236 Luckie~ 
fst " James, f, shoe mkr, r 31 Doray 
^ '* James, r, whitevvasher, r 41 Rhodes 

James H, motbljman A C Sf Ry, r 214 Old Wheat 

James I, bkkpr W A Baker, r 150 Mills 

Jennie O, (wid. J B), r 156 W Peachtree 

John, Avks Sou Agl Wks, r 194 W Pine 

John C, elk Keely Co, r 73 E Mitchell 

John P, mach, r 27 Fortune 

J Bealer, bkkffr Jos Thompson, r no W Baker 

J Bulow, bkkpr R O Campbell, bds 156 W Peachtree 

J.R, wks Atl Cotton Mills 

Leslie E, elk A A Campbell, bds 58 W Fair 

Miles M, wks W & A R R, r 228 Ashbv W E 

Ott, c, wks K T V & G R R, r 360 Chapel 

Patrick, barkprr ^ P Johnson & Co, bds 163JL Decatur 

P B, meat, 1 Highland ave nr Curran 
Campbell Richard O, coal coke and wood. ^6 N Broad yard 
95 Ma-nolia, bds 156 W Peachtree 

Robert, ^, h.b, r 32 Baugh W E 

Robert C, meats 764 Marietta, r same 

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Campbell R, wks Atl Cotton Mills, bds 232 Luckie 
R Carson, (Campbell & Stegall) r 764 Marietta 
Wm, blacksmith, r 5 Victoria * 

Wm, i, shoemakr, r 6 Thompson's al 
'• Wm E, wks Beach Bros, bds 87 E Hunter 
Campbell William J, mngr Constitution Job Offtce, r 246 
Boulevard 
'' Wm L, motorman Atl Tract Co, bds 214 Old Wheat 
Willis, motorman .\ C St R R, bds 24 Corley al 
Winnie, <r, cook, r 28 Piedmont ave 

& Stegall, (R C Campbell, John Stegall) meats 759 Marietta 
— , wks Atlanta Gas Co, r 19 E Mitchell 
Campos F W, plumber Stockton & Kuhrt 
Canada Andrew J, brick mason citv, bds 499 Whitehall 

•' Wm C, lab, bds 165 Wheat V 
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'• Asa Ct, pre.st Blood Balm Co & Coca Cola Co, r Edgewood 
Candler Charles M, secty Geo W Scott Mfg Co, r Decatur Ga 
'• (leorge H, (Ackerman & Co), r North ave 
'• John S,* lawyer, rm 502 Equitable bldg, r Edgewood 
••' Milton A, (Candler & Thomson), r Decatur, Ga 



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Candler Milton A Jr, cashr Geo W Scott Mfg Co, r Deca- 
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Candler & Thomson, (Milton A Candler, Wm S Thomson), 

lawyers 5-6 Fitten bldg 
Cann, see aUo Kahii 

•' H J, watchman E T V & R R 
*' Joseph, groceries 207 Edgewood ave, r same 
Cannon Aaron, lab, bds 78 James 
'• Miss B A, r 213 Loyd 

*' Charles G, salesman Ewing, Matthews & Co, r 278J Decatur 
" Ellen, (wid James), r 98 Loyd 
'' Ernest R, bkkpr Atl Coffin Fy, bds The Leland 
'' George F. elk G R R, r 54 King 
" George W, shoemaker, 443 Marietta 
Cannon House, Nahum Cannon propr. 64^ Decatur 
" Isom, i, wks Woodward Lumber Co 
James W, r d>2, Magnolia 

John B, wks Atl Cotton Mills, bds ^:^ Magnolia 
John C, r w s Macon i n Stuart 
Joseph W, traveler A M Robinson & Co, r Gilmer and 

Courtland ave 
Larkin,wks Expo Cotton Mills, r 73 Old Expo Grounds 
Mary F, (wid John N), bds 51 W Mitchell 

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** Nicholas C, eng No 4 Engine House, bds 213 Loyd 

Salhe, teacher 3owden St School, r cor Macon andBowden 
'' Wm R, tel oprlE TV & G R R, r 84 Ivy 
Cantey Harry^ elk Tmpod Paint Co, bds 201 S Pryor 
Cantrell Charles F, cljk Ryan Co, bds 239 Courtland ave 
'' James, brakemin A & W P R R, bds 21 Ella 
James, r, draynjian, r 51 Davis 
J Edgar, elk E IT V & G R R 
Mosfes, r, drayijian Winship Machine Co 
VVm C, printer,! Franklin Pub House, bds 26 Tones ave 
WE, bds 116 S Pryor ^ 

Cape James A, elk Wood & Beaumont Stove and Furniture Co 
bds 37 W Fair i ' 

'' Wm W, grocer bo Fowler, r 143 Hunnicutt 
Capers Walter B, ship elk Sou Belting Co, bds 44 E Cain 
Capes James, elk Wood & Beaumont S & F Co, r 117 W Fair ^ 

'' Newton, bds J 1^ West 
Capital City Bank, George W Parrott pres, Charles A Collier 
viee-pres, Jacob Haas cashier, 2;^ Whitehall cor Ala- 
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LeSUEUR & RUNGEIarohitects 

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Capital City Clubi, Henry Jackson pres, Clarence Knowles 

vice-pres, J C Courtney sec and treas, H P Adams 

supt, i86^ ^eachtree 

Capital Female College The, Miss Leonora Beck principal, 

34-36-38 Capitol square (See page 26) 

Furniture Repait Works, (J H Gavan, W B Word, H B 

AdolpHus) 82 Capitol ave 
House, Mrs T \V Tucker propr, 46 E Mitchell 
Caplan, see aho Kaplan\ 

'' Isaac, peddler, ri82 S Butler 
Caramata Joseph, fruits, bds 75 Magnolia 

*' Miss Rosa, bds j^ Magnolia 
Carbin Wm M, c, porter, r 18 Warren place 
Carbme T, (wid John &) r 36 Mechanic 
Cardin B F, helper R i D R R 
Carey, see also Gary j 

Jeff, r, lab, V i86|E Cain 
Rev Jefferson A,|f, bds loi Memphis 
Julius, c, bell bot Weinmeister Hotel, r 21 Rasberry al 
Paul, elk Lowry Hardware Co, r 313 Boulevard 
W C, r, lunch hoiise, 67 S Pryor, r same 
Cargile Andrew, c, eating house, r 277 Eraser 

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Mitchell, c, carp, r 273 Fraser 

M & L H, (Mitchell & Louis H), r, undertakers, 20 Ivy 

Zebidee B, r, (Z B Cargile & Co), r 119 Tanner's al 

Z B & Co, i'j (Zebidee B Cargile, Green M Holmes, Joshua 
F Brown), cabinet mkrs, 13 Ivy 
Cargill Mary, ^*, laundress, r 43 Gemunden 
Carhart Oscar, insp Ga Elec light Co, r cor Chatta and Simpson 

T. Singleton, elk R C Black, bds 258 Washington 

Wm B (Carhart & Co), bds 258 Washington 
Carlend Miss Christine, bds 68 Church. 
Carlisle Anderson, r, wks C R R, r 24 Davis 

Fred D, eng E T V & G R R, bds 129 Windsor 

James C (Carlisle & Stoddard), r 21 Young 

James C, patrolman, r 129 Windsor 

Reedy I, asst pressman Atlanta Journal, bds 129 Windsor 

Sarah, cook, r loi Connally^ 

Wm, c, lab, r 69 Tanner's al 

Wm H, sten Sou Mutual B & L Assn, bds 129 Windsor 

& Stoddart (James C Carlisle, Wm B Stoddart), secondhand 
furniture, 80 S Pryor 
Carlton Benton C, jeweler, 13 Whitehall, r 8 Cooper 



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Carlton Chas W C, comp P V Carlton, r 2 Carlton ave 

Clyde, treasurer The A L Delkin Co, r 196 Crew 

Ernest P, comp P V Carlton, r 2 Carlton ave 

Hal M, comp P V Carlton, r 2 Carlton ave 
Carlton James E (McKeldin & Carlton), r 229 Peachtree 

James K P (Carlton & Smith), pres A L Delkin Co & Collins 
Park Belt R R Co, r 196 Crew 

Jesse C (A L Delkin & Co), bds 196 Crew 

John C C, elk Carlton & Smith, r 2 Carlton ave 

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Louise, c, cook L E O'Keefe, r s s Morrison ave 2 e Boule- 
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Nat, c, wks A C St Ry Co, r 30 Summit ave 
Carlton Paul V, printer, 89^ Whitehall, r 2 Carlton ave. (See , 
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R H, wks Fulton B & C Mills 

Seymour, r, driver, r 116 Humphries 

Wm, stationary eng, bds 3 Hill 

Willis, r, lab Atl Lumber Co, r 38 Greens Ferry al 
Carlton & Smith (J K P Carlton, Horace D Smith), wholesale 
feed, hay, grain and produce, 39 S Broad and 34 S 
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Carniichael Andrew J, wks B V Hooper, r 58 Valentine 
* Anna, c-, r 50 Bradley 
" Mrs Chattie E, r 798 Marietta 
*• Eugene B, elk Constitution, r 137 Crew 
•' Miss^ Fannie, feeder Constitution Job Office, r 305 W Peters 
" Tolin W, physician, r 64 Gartrell 
" J H, eng W& A R R . 

J W, 'car cleaner G P R R 
Mrs Lulu, grocer 432 Davis, r same 
Randall, i, grocer 227 Peters, r 229 Crew 
Wm M, meat 544 Marietta, r 432 Davis 
'• Wm \y, bds 12 Cooper 
*' — , r, wks Phoenix Planing Mill 
Carnegie Steel Co, Walter M Kelley sales agt, rm 38 Gould Bldg 
earner Wesley, bds 141 Mangum 
Carney Tames, painter, bds 79 Rock 

'' John F, train despr E T V cl- G R R, r 71 Smith 
Carothon John F, travl Allen & Hamilton, r 312 Simpson 
Carpenter Bros, (John L cS: Wm R), meats 516 Decatur 
Charles E. confections, 256 Decatur, r same 
Charles E, lunch room 22 W Hunter, r 71^ S Broad 
Chas M, v-prest Southern Paint & Cilass Co, r 173 Spring 



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Carpenter Cicero A, calpinet maker, r 24 Daniel 

'• Henry V., bds 194 Rawson 

'' H Wing, (Powell & Carpenter), 
James O, dairy, r E Fair at limits 
Jas T, elk Southern Paint &: Glass Co, r 11 Cone 
John, carp, r 172 Houston 
John, mach Ad Mach Wks. r 24 Daniel 
John L, (Carpenter Bros), r 37 Berean 

'' J B, wks Woodward Lumber C'o 
Carpenter Leunder D, dentist and dean Sou Dental Col 47^ 
Whitehall, r 194 Rawson 
Robert H, draughtsman G 1. Norrman, r 194 Rawson 
Thomas P, (Watkins <5s: Carpenter), r 52 Berean ave 

'• Wm R, (Carpenter Bros;, r 51 Borne 
C«rr, seeal!<o Karr and Kerv 

Alice, <', laundress, r 56 S Butler 

Miss Annie, wks Selig Mfg Co 

Benjamin F, coal, r Means near Murphv 

Brown, r, porter Beck & Gregg Hardware Co 

B Frank, grocer 3 Leonard, bds 224^/0 Peters 

Charles D, wks Ad Box Fy, bds 16 McDaniel 

Charles W^ J, printer Atl Newspap er Union, r Planters Hotel 

ATLANTA WIRC AND IRON WORKS CO. 

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Miss Emma, wks Selig Mfg Co 

Emma, c, washwoman, r 100 Woodward ave 

Eugene, r, porter R & D R R 

George T, wholesale tobacco, 14 N Broad, r 140 Spring 

Henry C, mach R & D R R, r 16 Gospero 

James W, elk R D Mann, bds 140 Spring 

Jane, c, laundress, r 107 Markham 

John, carp, bds J R Mclntire 

John, r, draymn, Harralson Bros & Co, r 192 Fraser 

J H, tinner R & D R R 

J Respass, student, r 1 1 Gartrell 

killdee, wks Ga Stove & Range Co 

Matilda, r, r 73 Fort 

Robert, c, plasterer, r 358 Crumley 

Robert F, c, plasterer, r 80 Richmond 

Thomas, c, r 28 Central R R 
Carr William G, cashier Kimball House, r same 
Carraway James B, trav, r 22 Form wait 

James C, wks Atl Journal, r 22 Formwalt 

Marcellus C, agt P Lorillard Co, r 15 Ponce de Leon ave 

Samuel W D, foreman Christian Index, r 234 Foundry 



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*' Word L, sec W Wood White, bds 22 Formwalt 
Carrier A B, special agt U S Life Ins Co, 50 Marietta, r 113 
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** C Robert, carp, r 142 S Boulevard 
Carrigan John M, elk J T Wright, bds 47 Highland 
Carrington Miss L A, domestic C C Chaffee, r same 
Carrion W S, c, janitor Grady Hospital, r same 
Carroll Augustine H, insp Sou Rwy & S S Assn, bds 96 S Pryor 

A, bds 191 Courdand ave 

Charles, butcher Union News Co 

Eiigene H, salesman J Thompson, bds 40 E Ellis 

George, c, driver, bds 62 W Cain 

George P, r 371 E Hunter 

Gus, r 96 S Pryor 

Joseph, butcher Union News Co 

Julius A, r 191 Courtland ave 

Matthew C, tailor, r 73 Fairlie 

M J, plasterer, r 15 Fowler 

Mamie, (wid Z T), r 15 Yonge 

P B, elk C R R, bds 55 W Mitchell 

Wm A, agt N C & St L RR 49^ Loyd, r 191 Cou rtland ave 

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'' Wm R, bds 10 Hilliard 
*' Wm S, elk A J Rudicill, r 100 S Butler 
-' Wm W, shoemaker 189 Peters, 143 Garibaldi 
*' Winston R, elk C M Morris, bds 12 Hilliard 
Carrybin James, elk J T Wright, bds 47 Highland ave 
Carson Benjamin B, butcher J E Bettis 
•' Charles L, painSp' J' ^37 Fowler 
-' James A, eng \lirsli, $mith &: Marsh, r 123 Logan 
*' Lizzie, r, laundress'^ r 359 Fraser 
*' MareusJ. wks Hart Sa^h ^: Door Co, r 28 South 

Mattie, r 327 W Fair 
•' M A, prest Empire State Bank, r Tallapoosa (ia 
*' T C. mess So Ex Co, r 35 Wheat 
'' Wm E, r 26 South 
Carter Addie, r, washwoman, r 216 Elliott 

Amanda, r, laundress, r 123 Bell 

Anna, i', laundress, r 5 Hudgins al 

Anna, i\ laundress, r 18 Fain 

Andrew, i\ wks (ia Pine Lumber Co, r 159 Markham 

Andrew P, travl Adair & MeCarty Bros, r 141 Lee W E 

Arthur, c, wks Water Wks, r 181 Fort 




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Caroline, r, laundress, r 339 Rawson 
Charity, r, laundre.ss, r 12.0 Ira , 
Charles, r 317 W 3rd 
Charles, <-, wks Golden Transfer Co 
Charles C, groe^r, 201 Wheat, r same 
C, c, wks Sou Spring Bed Co 
C, I'y driver John J Woodside ' 

DeWitt, elk The Ryan Co, r 21 Gilmer 
Dicie, c, laundress, r no Terry 
Dick, i', lab, r 85 Haynes * 

Edward, c, barber Brown Bros 
Edgar V (Rosser & Charter), r 141 Lee W E 
Rev Edward R, r, pastor Friendship Bapt Chureh r 71 

Tatnall 
Eugene, bds 358 E Fair 
E A, wks Trowbridge Furn Co, r 14 Wylie 
Frank, real estate broker, bds 403 Wheat 
Carter Frank W, prest Sou Belting Co, r Boston Mass 
' ' George A, lawyer 61 XVhitehall, r 6 Cherry 
'^ George N, travSou Welting Co, r 263 Ivy 



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Carter Handy, c, drayman, r 165 Rockwell 

Hattie, r, r 216 Elliott ' 

Hugh, cashier J M High & Co, bds 6 Cherry 
Isaiah, c, porter Lamar & Rankin Drug Co, r 80 Martin 
Jacob, c\ w^ks Fulton B & C Mills, bds 70 S Boulevard 
Jake, wks Sou Agl AVks 
Jamesf eng Ga R R 
James, gas fitter, r 33 Mayes 

James D, salesman J A Anderson ClothingJCo,^r^46 Wheat 
James T, (Carter & Evans), r 196 Courtland ave 
Jane, r, r 14 Plum 
•• Jesse, elk, bds 56 ELzzard 
'• John, wks Trowbridge Furn Co 
•• John, r, plasterer, bds 314 W Fair 
'• John, i; wks Winship Mach Co, r 188 Markham 
•• John J, wks Gholstin Spring Bed Co. r 14 Schofield 
••' John W. motorman A C St Ry Co, r 56 Ezzard 
Carter Joseph Q, pres Sou Art Glass Co 120 Peachtree. bds 

Gate City Hotel 
Carter Josiah A, mngr editor 'I'he Atlanta Evening Herald, 
bds EastvVtlanta 
Josiah C, broker, r 403 Wheat 





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Carter Miss Julia S, teach Washington Seminary, r 46 Walton 
'• Julia, C-, servant Mrs S M Hicks, r same 
'• Lark, r, lab, bds ^:^ Rock 
" Lee, i-, butler G S Lowndes 

Lewis, c, lab Water Wks, r 10 Roach 

Martha, r, dressmkr, r 169 Markham 

Martin, c, r rear 50 Bradley 

Mary, r, eating house, r 19 S Butler 

Melton, i; porter Capitol City Bank, bds 302 Fra?**- 

Nannie, f, nurse, r 46 Piedmont ave 

Ned, r, butler J P Rice, r same 

Newton, c, brickmason, r 3 Graves 

Oliver, <-, carp, r 302 Fraser 

Richard H, r, grocer, Hilliard, cor Wheat, elk R M S, r 
261 Wheat 

Robert, c, carp, r 246 Currier 

Robert A, c, past Butler St Meth Ch, r Lyons ave 

Sidney, r, carp, bds 302 Fraser, 

Thomas, t*, lab, Atlanta Ice Co, r 6 Crumley 

Walter B, (Linch & Carter), r 255 Ashby W E 

William, r, brick mason, r 65 Hilliard 

Wm, c, wks S S S Co, r 62 Robbins 



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Kimball House, bds Talmadge House i ' 
Wm M, printer, r 269 Luckie i 

Willis, r, wks E T V & G R R I 

Wm H, printer J P Harrison & Co, r Clarkstoh Ga 
W Colquitt, elk U S District Court, r ^^ AVheat 
& Evans, (Jas T Carter Wm T Evans), real estate room 734 
Equitable , j 

CaHwright, ><eeaho Curtright \ 

Alice, c, laundress, r rear 67 Lee WE 
Wesley, c, drayman Kenney & McDonald 
Wm, c, wks A G Candler, r 24 Ella 
Cary, see also Carey 

Alice D, principal Roach St School, bds 47 Bradley 
Charles A, l\ wks John M Moore Shoe Co, r McMillan 
Rev Clement C, pastor St John's M E Church, r 225 Crumley 
Thomas, i, lab C R R, r 21 Rasberry al 
Case Albert C, mngr The Bradstreet Co, bds 309 Peachtree 
'^ G W, mach R & D R R 

** Mrs Lucv E, teacher Atl University, r same ' 
Casey Bernard 'C, elk A O M Gay & Son, bds 86 S Pryor 
'* Claud, wks C A Conklin Mnfg Co, bds 58 Jett 

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INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. I Gen'l AgtS., 10 DECATUR ST. 

Casey Ed^ar^wksGa^ETec" Light Co,~bds 58 Jett 

Jack P, wks R & D R R, bds 15 Victoria | 

James, c, butler R Tji X)ickey, r 506 Glenn I 

James M, mach, 'bjls 41 Gresham 

Jesse H, carp, r 5* Jett! i 

John A, wks Van Winkle G & M Co, bds 58 Jett 

Joseph F, wks Atl Cotton Mills 

J H, r 79 Henry 

Michael C, trav Comml Oil Co, bds 140 J Whitehall 

Wm, r, groceries 218 Decatur, r 394 E Hunter 

Cash Adeline, r, r 70 Spencer [ 

James, c, lab E T V & (^ R R 
Jeans, r, wks E T V & G R R, r 307 Loyd , 
Joseph A, wks Compress Co, r 154 Thompson 
Samuel L, 'foreman construction train ETV&GRR, r 
s s Centre 3 w Piedmont ave 

Cashman Broom Company, PjC Cashman pres, broom mnfrs 24J 
E Alabama 
** Peter C, pres Cashman Broom Co, r 276 Luckie 

Casino The, E Selig mgr, saloon 41 S Pryor 

Cason Alfred, r, sexton Christian Church, r rear 89 Capitol ave 
Edwin M, city detective}, r 108 W Pine 



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Cason Horace L, trav Kellam & Moore, bds Markham House 
'• Richard M, wks W & A R R, bds 422 Woodward ave 
" S J, cond Atl Traction Co, bds 115 McDaniel 
'- Wm E, wks G C & N R R, bds 459 E Fair 
Casper John, c, lab, r 33 Ennis alley 

Cassell Publising Co, D E Luther mngr, subscription books 68^ 
Whitehall 
William, wks Ponce DeLeon Springs, r R & D R R, near 

Ponce DeLeon ave 
Luther M, trav salesman Geo W Scott Mfg Co, r Kirkwood 
Raleigh C, elk Tidwell & Pope, r Kirkwood 
Cassedy George W, sec The Aragon Hotel Co, r Jersey City 
Cassidy GE, suptGa School of Technology, r 3 Baltimore block 
Cassidy Patrick J, barkpr P R Johnson, bds 100 Connally 
Cassin (George, c, r 47 Dover al 

" George S, r 13 Hill 
Cassin Henry A, cashier Ga Loan Savings .5hj: Banking Co, 
bds 5 Crew 
'* Lulu, <■, r 136 Markham 
Castle Frederick, mach ETV&GRR 
Castleberry Columbus, carp, r 76 Mills 

*' C E, trav Kellam & Moore, r 156 Whitehall • 

W J Mallard jr {Renting agent 

Castleberry John O, trav John Silvey & Co, r Sharman House 

Oscar, c, porter Liebermann & Kaufman, r 320 Hilliard 

Zach, (Pellegrini & Castleberry), bds Weinmeister Hotel 
Castleman Irwin H, salesman Tidwell &. Pope, r Culloden, Ga 
Castleman Humphries, stocks, bonds & real estate, 13 

Alabama, r 590 Peachtree, (see p 354) 
Caston C L. helper Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co 
Caswell Robert, r, lab Atl (ras Light Co • 
Catchings Ben E, dentist, 32 J Whitehall, r 357 Capitol ave 

" Stephen, ^, wks Kimball House 
Catchins Walter, bkkpr Wilson Coal & Lumber Co, bds 78 P>aser 
Cate George W, elk Sou Ry & S S Assn, r 530 PuUiam 
Cater, sjee also Cato 
Cater Charles C, c, grocer, 201 Wheat, r same 

Joseph B, tailor, bds 142 W Hunter 

J B, flagman G C & N R R 

Rosa R, (wid John), bds 142 W Hunter 

Thomas M, elk, r 321 Magnolia 
Cates, see also Kates 

Henry, blacksmith, r 511 W Mitchell 

James, wks R Hilly, bds 180 Randolph 

Newton, ^, wks city, r 223 Randolph 



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Sallie, r, r 51 Johnson ^ . 

Mrs Serena A, seamstress, r 180 Randolph ^ 

Stephen M, carp E T V & G R R, r 30 McDaniel rd 

Wm T, blacksmith 448 W Hunter, r 5 1 1 W Mitchell 

Wm T, r Iswaldnear Estoria 

Wm W, wks J C Peck & Son 
Cathcart Franklin H, local agt U S Life Ins Co 50 Marietta, bds 

74 W Peachtree j 
Cathey Leroy, r, wks Fulton pag & Cotton Mill's, r rear 90 Court- 
land ave- I 
Catlet Forest M, floipr walkeif Chamberlin Johnson & Co, bds 242 

Richardson [ j 

Catley Miss Lizzie, wks Mrs |^ Robinson, r 332 Woodward ave 

Mrs Mary A, r 332 Wcfodward ave 

Richard, <•, drives F E tiilock & Co, r Means nr Woodward ave 
Cato Augustus, <-, mess W UrTel Co, r 54 S McDaniel 

John R, elk So Ex Co,';; bds 63 W Mitchell 

Samuel, r, wks W O Jones r 54 McDaniel 
Caton Redden A, wks R&D R R, r 62 Tumlin 
Cauble John T, mgr tin dept Stockton & Kuhrt, r 87 Piedmont ave 
Cauthorn Thomas, drummer, bds Kimball House 



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Cave Henry S, secy The H I Kimball House Co, r Kimball 

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Caveleri Enlile C, mess P O, bds 142^ Whitehall 
Cavil Arch, <% porter G T Dodd & Sons, r 180 Hilliard 
Cavin Berry, wks Fulton B & C Mills 
Cawhern John N T, carp, r 41 Ponder i 

*' Missouri A, (wid \V H), r Curran 
" Wm M, carp, bds 767 Marietta 
Cawthon John H, wks I'lectric Light Plant, bds 82 Davis 
Cay, "ee al.io Kay 

'* Jolin E, coiton classer, Maddox-Rucker Co, 39 E N ave 
Center, i^ee nho Senter 

(jt'orge W, r 448 Woodward ave 
Phineas W, elk R A Broyles & Co, r 252 Cooper 
Central Bank Block Assn. H F Scott sec, 6J Whitehall 
Central Coal & Wood Yard, GeoE'^Mason propr, 127 W 
Mitchell 
Hotel, Mrs L M Weems proprietress, 60 Decatur 
Jellico Coal Co, R L Robinson agt, 132 E Hunter 
Publishing House, J E Wilhelm, W H Preston mngrs, sub- 
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W Mitchell junc C R R, D W Appier, gen agt 16 Wall 
Cerf p:dgar A, elk Eiseman Bros, bds 274 Whitehall 

•• Solomon B, elk A Rosenfeld & Son, r 274 Whitehall 
Certain Mike, tailor, r 10 Brotherton 

Chadwick Arthur J, foreman Atl Newspr Union, bds 46 EHunter 
Chaffee Clarence C, sec and treas Sou Saw Mfg Co, bds 864, 

Peachtree 
Chaffin George, r Bellwood ave, Bellwood 

Joel S, watchman E S Nace, r Ridge ave nr Capitol ave 
John, wks Atl Coffin P'actory 
Marcus A, carp, r Echo nr Poplar 
M, wks Southern Spring Bed Co 
Chaires ; see rIso Chears. 

Chairs Richard E, c, barber 16 Peachtree. bds 239 Fort 
Chalfant Edward P, treas Met St R R Co, r no Ivy 
Chamber of Commerce Building:, cor Pryor & Hunter 
Chamberlin Charles M, f m'n (ra Electric Light Co, r 192 Simpson 
'' E P (Chamberlin Johnsoii & Co), r 148 Whitehall 
" E P Jr, with Chamberlin Johnson cS: Co, bds 148 Whitehall 
Chamberlin, Johnson & Co, (E P Chamberlin, H S John- 
son, E R DuP>ose, A J Walker, J A Robinson) dry 
goods, carpets, shoes and furniture, 66-68 Whitehall 

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Chamberlin Mrs R C, bds 27 Wheat 

'* Thomas, carp Atl Coffin Fy, r 97 Thurmond 
Chambers Miss Alice, elk Boylan t!s: Fagan, r 53 S Pryor 

Alonzo E, salesman Marsh, Smith & Marsh bds 156 Court- 
land ave 

D Nat, moulder, r 63 Leonard 

E H, Ry Postal Clk, r 71 N Forsyth 

Jackson P, carp, r 129 Mills 

James E, ])rinter Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills, r 90 Ira 

James H, stock trader, r 76 Rock 

James B, wks Atl Con St Ry Co, r 176 Little 

John R, moulder, bds 2x5 Hunnicutt 

John T, fireman E T V & G R R, bds 280 Formwalt 

John T, saloon and restaurant 48 Decatur, bds 32 Wheat 

John V, car cleaner G P R R, r 169 Curran 

J C, cash boy Chamberlin & Johnson, r Little nr Eraser 

Lewis, f, brakemn E 'J' V & G R R 

L E, elk Marsh Smith & Marsh, bds 164 Courtland ave 

R A, carp, bds 40 Bartow 

Victor, lab, r Hampton 

Wm, f, coachman W P In man 



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VVm P (Chambers & Winn), r 41 Tumlin 

& Winn (Wm P Chambers, F B Winn), blacksmiths, 792 
Marietta i . * j. . 

Chamblee Earnest, compositor, bds 137 W^alton 

James E, bds 27 Markham , • , 

John D, barkpr A W Jett, r 115 Grant 

Tilman F, wks W R Jones & Co j 

Wm H,.r, drayman, r 278 Wheat 
Chamblis Solomon, c, carp, r 88 Greens Ferry ave 
Champenois Isaac, sec Atl Cutting School, r 231 W Peachtree 
Champion Malcom L, architect, r 315 Whitehall 

*' Samuel, c, lab, bds 85 Randolph 
Chancellor T S, Jrav Everett-Ridley-Ragan Co, bds 72 Walton 
OiandleVf see cdso Candler 

Ann, r, laundress, r 28 Greens Ferry ave 

Arthur, r, lab, r 148 E Harris 

C Allen, fireman A & W P R R, r 312 Mangum 

David P, cond R & D R R, r 295 Decatur 

Elias, t-, lab, r ^^ Rock 

Inard E, wks Sou Furn Co, bds 59 Doray 

Jacob, <■, drayman, r 390 Hilliard 

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Chandler John E, policeman, r 59 Doray 

Lourean, <-, tpacher Summer Hill School, bds 202 Martin 

Margaret, (wid Alex), r 466 Whitehall 

Merideth, <, porter S E Tariff Assn, r 202 Martin 

Ralph, c\ driver W J Roberts & Son, r 448 E Harris 

Simon A, c, barber 295 Peters, r 28 (rreens Ferry *ave 
" Wm H, r 2or Love 
Chandler Wm T, real estate, r46 Walton 

Chandler Mrs W T, prin Washington Seminary, r 46 Walton 
Choieijj see a/>o Cheney 

" Anthony, r, car cleaner Ga R R 
*' T R, pres Georgia Cotton Oil Co, r New York 
Chapely see also Chappell 
*• Amanda, i-, r 327 Fort 

David, c, lab A & F R R, r 15 Battle 

Ed. r, lab, r 265 Piedmont ave 

T, r, lab, A & F R R 

Wiley, c; lab, A & F R R, r country 
Chapin W E, spectal agt Clarence Knowles, bds Kimball House 
Chapman Alice, r, eating house. 312 Marietta, r same 

Allen, Cy drayman Lowe & Wilkins, r rear J M Cox 

Aimer, bds 29 Edgewood ave, Inman Park 



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Atlanta City Directory. 



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46 WALTON STREET, ATLANTA. GEORGIA. 
Mrs. W. T. Chandler and J. P. Downing. 



The P'aculty is composed of fifteen competent and experienced 
teachers. The Collegiate Department dtnbraces: 



I. English Literature. 

II. English Language. 

III. Latin. 
lY. French. 

V. German. 

VI. History. 



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VII. Mathematics. 

Vlil. Mental Science. 

IX. Natural Scitnce. 

X. Music. 

XI. Art. 

XII. Physical Culture. 
Elocution. 



The Primary Department is an important adjunct to the institution. 



We refer with pleasure to the following Atlanta patrons: 

John B. Robins, Pastor First Methodist Church; Chas. P. 
Williamson, Pastor First Christian Church; Rev. A. R. Holderby, 
Pastor Moore Memorial Church; Z. D. Harrison, Clerk Supreme 
Court of Georgia; Wm. T. Newman, United States District Judge; 
L. J. Hill, President Gate City National Bank; C. A. Collier,* 
Vice-President Capitol City Bank; Geo. W. Harrison, General 
Manager Franklin 'Publishing House; W. S. Watson, of Elkin- 
Watson Drug Co. ; [Judge] James K. Hines, George J. Dallas, J. 
C. Daniel, W. S. Everett, H. C. Leonard, F. M. O'Bryan, H. C. 
Stockdell, R. H. Wilson, William Ennis, Captain 4th U. S. Artil- 
lery, Evan P. Howell, Dr. E. L. Connally, A. D. Adair, Dr. C. T. 
Brockett, J. Van Holt Nash, J. G. Oglesby; A. G. Rhodes; H. 
G. Saunders and others. 



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GIRGULBRS AND PAMPHLETS ADDRESSED. 



H. Q. S/IUNbERS, FU3LI5HER. 



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or wrappers, fold and mail circulars or 
furnish lists for any branches of busi- 
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United States. 

My lists, from which addressing is 
done, are constantly being revised and 
extended. I have the only complete 
facilities ' in the South for executing 
this class of work. 

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reach and address your envelopes at 
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Ambrose J, salesman G T Dodd & Son, bds 176 S Pryor 
Annie, c, washwoman, r 449 Davis 
Mrs Annie E, grocer 378 W North ave, r 376 same 
Benj, c, lab, bds 375 Mangum 
Charles H, lab, r 376 W North ave 
Clayton, c, driver E H Richardson # 

Columbus, c, wks Wm Hall, bds 115 Clarke 
C C, wks Sou Agl Works 
Dorcas E (wid Edward), r 138 S Forsyth 
Edward B, genl merchandise 184 Peters, r Fairburn, Ga 
Edward M, salesman Sheek & Co, r Chapman's Park, Ga 
Elmer C, capitalist 28 Gould Bldg, r cor Edgewood ave and 

Elizabeth Inman Park 
George, ^, lab Water Works 
G Henry, wks Willingham & Co, bds 82 Foundry 
Jack, f, barber, r 182 Houston 
Jackson, c\ wks J W Barefield, bds 13 Reed 
James B, wks Sou Furn Co, r Hampton 
James H, deputy collector Internal Revenue, r 62 Eraser 
Julia, (wid Constant), bds 29 Edgewood ave Inman Park 
Monroe E, (Chapman & Torrey), r 431 Wheat 





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Pleasant S, wks Atlanta Cotton Mills 

Polly, r, washwoman, r 14 Victoria * 

Rena, c, r 115 Clarke 

Rowland, c, lab bds 115 Clarke 

Sallie A, (wid Reuben), r 201 Chapel 

Samuel B, foreman Hose Co No 2, r 56 Garnett 

Shadrach, c, servant, bds 115 Clarke 

Sidner S, elk E B Chapman, bds 180 Peters 

Stephen, <:, r 28 Means 

Wiley E, brick mason, r 81 Howell 

Wm, r, driver Smith & Simpson, r 135 Houston 

Chapman Wm Allen, physician, rm 408 Equitable bldg, tel 
1248, bds Kimball House 
** Wm, c, r 135 Houston 

Chapman Wm H, deputy coll U S Int Rev, Custom House, 
r 62 Eraser 
Wm H H, night watchman Capitol, r 81 Piedmont ave 
& Torrey, (Monroe E Chapman, Henry L Torrey) contrac- 
tors and builders, 431 Wheat and 439 Loyd 

Chappel C, <:, wks Sou Spring Bed Co 
W, Cf wks Sou Spring Bed Co 



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Chappelle George, "brakemn ETV&GRR,r rear West End 
Baptist church 

Chappellar F J, bkkpr Wm M Brown, r 203 W Pine 

Chappie John A, dentist, 18-19 Grant bldg, bds The Leland 

Charlton George, <', brick mason, r 54 College 
■£ Charnason Louis, comp Cohen Printing Co, r 84 S Butler 
© Chase Cornelius H, trav, r 36 E Merritts ave 



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Josej)h L, carp, r 82 Bryan 

Richard B, agt American Refrigerator Co, bds 179 Ivy 

Robert F, mngr New Home Sew Mach Co, r 95 W Cain 
Chastain Bettie A (wid John), r 298A Marietta 

" John H, bojler maker W & A R R, bds 291 Simpson 
^* W alker I.,\carp, f 14 WaterhoTise -• 
Chastaine Fannie B (wid Avery), r f6 Park ave 

Lula, (•, r 95 Hunnicutt 

Emanuel, c, wks C R Henry, r 93 Hunnicutt 
Chatham T R, eng R & D R R x 
Chatle West, r, porter J H Nunnally 
ChatmaUy »,ee Chnpman 
Chattahoochee Canal Co, Walter R Brown, atty, 9 Whitehall 

STOCKTON & KUHRT i^^nitnry Plunibors, 

9 South Broad Street. Telephone 1476. ( STEAM AND GAS FITTERS 

Chattahoochee BricK Co, J W English, pres; G W Parrott, 
v-pres; J W English, Jr, gen mngr; railroad builders & 
brick mfrs, 29 S Broad (see back bone) 
" Land Co, J D Collins, pres; C E Thompson, sec and treas; i 
Old Capitol Bldg 
Chatterly H Y, sped agt Scottish Union & National Ins Co 

& Lion Fire Ins Co London, 52 Marietta, r Marietta, 
Georgia^ 
Chavin £ A, r 29 Berean ave 
ChedVif, see «/p?o Chat res 

" Charter W, trav, r 72 Crew 
Cheatham Arthur T (A L Holbrook & Co), r 56 E Cain 

D L, receiver Sou Luinber Co (Freemont & Cheatham), 38J 

Marietta, bds no Ivy 
Wm, i, coat hman L J Hill, r 23 Rawson 
Cheek A, c, lab Water Wks 

Lula, (wid E J), r 50 Trinity ave 
Samuel H, 1 148 S Pry or 

Wm J, car repr E,T V & G RR, r Herbert near Gardner 
Cheeve^ me aUo Charts 

J H, hostler G P RR 

Thomas, <•, grocer 45 McDaniel, r rear 45 McDaniel 



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Chelsea Amelia, c, laundress, r 161 Eraser 
Cheney, see aim Chwiei/ 

' ' H L, elk Hirsch Bros, r The Ardmore 
" Herman, motorman A C St Ry Co, r Greenwood ave 
" Robert D Jr, elk Chamberl,Johnson&Co, bds 242 Richardson 
Cherry G W, opr W U Tel Co 

Harrem G, carp, r 366 Houston 

Jesse C, trav T M Taylor, bds 207 Ivy 

J W, bkkpr W S Withers, bds 660 S Pryor 

Martha G, (wid Jasper), r 207 Ivy 
Cheshire Charles, r, wks Collins Brick Co 

Charles B, tinner Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, r Currah 

Edward L, elk Commercial Oil Co, bds 121 Garnett 

Elijah D, wks R H Jones, r 121 Garnett 

John D, bds 121 Garnett 

LaFayette C, r Hampton cor Emmett 

Mary B, prin Trinity Home Mission School, r 121 Garnett 

Wallace B, elk Venable Bros, bds 121 Garnett 

Wm M, grocer 974 Marietta, r same 
Chesley Miss Eva F, tchr Storr's School, r 120 Houston 
Chester John, <:, wks Dixie Lumber (*o, r 16 Gregg 
'* Olin C, eng Met St R R, 

Southern paint > CiasTcrff^gy^a^ 

Chestnut David R, salesman Ewing Mathews & Co, r 278^ Decatur 
'' John, f-, wks Sou Sprmgbed Co 
'' John T, brkman E T V & G R R, r 77 McDaniel 
Chevalier Rev Wm P, r 49 Edwards 
Cheves, see also Cheeves 

Don S, elk Beerman & Silverman, r 288 Simpson 

I X, sec and treas Parrott Lumber Co, bds no Walton 

John A, eng G P R R, bds 288 Simpson 

Mahala A, (wid AUison), r 288 Simpson 
Chew Ernest L, r, Principal Gray St School, r McDonald S Atl 
Chewning Ebenezer A, (Chewning & Ellis), r 558J Decatur 

Miss Missouri, elk Boylan & Fagan, r 434 E Fair 

Sydney, binder The Foote & Davies Co 

& Ellis (Ebenezer A Chewning, Walter H Ellis) grocers 502 
Decatur 
Chicago & Eastern 111 R R, J M Cutler, general southern 

agent, 41 E Alabama (See page 120) 
Childers George, r 124 E Cain 
Childress Albert W, wks H K W^ Childress, bds same 

Harris K W, broom mfr, n s Hill 2 w Jackson r same 

Jesse J (Poole & Childress) r 329 Peters 

Rufus B, wks J M Crawford, bds Bowden 

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Childs Daniel, r, lab, r 11 Hollins 

George, c, waiter, r 166 Ira 

James E, mail elk Christian Index, r 104 Mangum 
Childs Arthur, physician, genito urinary diseases, 7^ N Broad, 

« r 8 1 S Pryor 
Chiles Miss Hortense E, tchr Marietta St School, r 404 Rawson 
" John C, elk The Ryan Co, bds The Leland 
'' Lamastine A, policeman, r 384 E Hunter 
Chipley Ezekial S, r 112 Waverly Way, Inman Park 
Chisholm Adolphus, c. hackman, r 189 Houston 

Albert F, trav Swift & Co, Baltimore, Md, r 6S E Fair 

Alfred, bds 144 S Pryor 

Cornelius, f, wks W A Morgan 

Henry, r, lab, bds 128 Crumley 

Henry A, bkkpr Snow, Church & Co, bds 69 Richardson 

J Perry, elk US Internal Revenue, bds 132 S Pryor 

Sarah, washerwoman, r 82 Ripley 
Chivem, see also Shivers 

'' Wm, r, wks W U T Co, r 257 W Mitchell 
Choate Augustus E, (D M Ryle & Co), bds 56 Simpson 
Choice Rufus L, c, wks city, r 22 Morris 



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Chomsky Jacob, peddler, r go Courtland ave 

Chose«'ood Charles L, brickmason, r 70 Pearl 

Christenton A, brickmason, bds 50 Poplar 

Christian Claude T, comp S 11 Tariff Assn, r Elast End 
Earnest, cond (i R R, bds 83 Ga R R 
Ed, saloon, 152 Elliott, r same 
Elam, propr Christian Printing Co, r 16 Smith 
George K, elk Chamberlin Johnson & Co, bds 2 39 Capitol ave 
H H, yrd swit-hman W & A R R, bds 358 E Fair - 
Index, J C McMichael, propr, 57 S Broad 
James E, printer Christian Prntng Co, r 206 S Pryor 
Jewett P, comp Constitution Job Office, bds 239 Capitol ave 
John, {-, candy maker, r 11 Solomon 
John A, trav Bates Kingsbery & Co, r Oxford Ala 
John VV, eng AM Bergstrom & Co, r 57 Thomas 
Joseph G, elk Wesleyan Christian Advocate, bds 239 Cap- 
itol ave 
Julian O, salesmn Geo Muse Clothing Co, r East End 
J Walter, elk Union depot, bds 57 Thomas 
Lizzie, c, laundress, r 140 Ira 
Luther, c, driver Great A & P Tea Co, r 34 Bell 
P H, printer E Christian, bds 16 Smith 



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Rufus, stereotyper Atl Journal, bds 174 J Peachtree 

Science Reading Room, 42J N Broad 

Thomas C, yard conductor Ga R R 

Thomas J, motorman A C St Ry, r62 Fitzgerald 

Christian Rev Thomas T, asst ed and bus mngr Wesleyan 
Christian Advocate, r 239 Capitol ave 
WmC, stereotyper Contitution, bds 174^ Peachtree 
Wm C D, watchman W & A R R, r 358 E Fair 
Wm H, printer Christian Printing Co, bds 16 Smith 
Wm J, wks E T V & G R R, r 39 Garibaldi 

Christianson Christian, carp Beutell Mfg Co, bds 56 Boulevard 

Frederick, cabinet maker Beutell Mfg Co, bds 56 Boulevard 
Hans, wks Atlanta Tile Co, r 171 Chapel 

Christie Appie, ^, r 46 Old Wheat 

" George, wks Phoenix Planing Mill 

Christopher Wm P, carp, bds 15 N Butler 
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*' Samuel A N, elk Taylor & Galphin, bds 12 Spencer 
Chung Chew, laundry 86 N Broad, r same 
Chunn Mrs Rebecca, dressmaker, r 20 Yonge 
** Wm, c, janitor Sou Travelers Assn 
** Wm A, trav Henry P Scales Tobacco Co, r Cassville Ga 
Churb Thomas, r, lab, bds 85 Humphries 

Church Alexander, comp Constitution Job Office, bds 89 Houston 
Miss Alice, wks Atl Paper Co, r 411 Decatur 
Charles H, car coupler, r 302 Simpson 
Edward J, eng Custom House, r 83 Davis 
R A, mach Manning Furn Co, r country 
Churchill Augustus R, mach. r 356 Mangum 
** David, contractor, bds 70 Ivy 
** Thomas, painter, bds 654 Decatur 
Churn Wm, c, waiter Markham House, bds 31 Hollins 
Citizens Fire Ins Co of N Y, Lanier & Appier Agts 6 E 

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City Stockade, H D Austin Keeper, end of Bryan 
Claflin Mrs SmniaC, mgj- Georgia Viavi Company, r no Ivy 
Claiborne fames H, bkkper Wylie & Barclay, r 4 Walker 

" Wm R, elk C W "Wynne, r 4 Walker 
Clancy Charles, carp E T V & G R R, bds 176 Mangum 
Clapp John R, solicitor, bds 42 Spring 
Claridy Miss Jesse B, elk AC Minhinnett, bds 12 Fitzgerald 

" J Olin, bookbinder Foote & Davies, r 66 Stonewall 
Clark Benjamin, c, lab, r 188 Valentine 

•' Benjamin, r, wks P Eskridge 

•' David, r, plasterer, bds 12 Louisa a I 

•• Miss Delia, wks Selig Mfg ^"o 

'• Elder, r, wks G W Beavers, r Reynoldstown 
Flora, i\ r 103 E Harris 

'• Henry 'J\ stone cutter McAlpin cV Welch, r 152 W Baker 

•* Ivison IJ, wks A C St Ry, bds 73 Richardson 

" Jack, t, student, r 138 E Baker 

•' Jack, f, wks O A Smith 

" James G, elk Harrison & Bro, bds 13 Warren PI 

'- John, r, wks R & I) R R, bds i Haggard's al 

" John P, Piano l^iner, r 90 E Merritt's ave 

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Clark John T, grocer. 103 Ira, r 1^8 Ira 
•• Julia, r, r 55 Fain 
" J T, marble cutter, r 32J W Mitchell 
'• Miss Lillie W^ teacher Walker St School, bds 179 Haynes 
•• Lucius U:, fireman E T V & G R R, r 46 Eeds 
•• xMatthews A, fireman E T V & G R R, bds 59 McDaniel 
•• Maurice, trav Atl Perfumery Co 
•• Miss May, wks Selig Mnfg Co 
" Michael, tailor Hersch Bros, bds National Hotel 
*• Mrs Mollie, dressmaker, r 475^ Marietta 
•' Mrs Novetta E, (wid David) teacher West End academy, 

bds 220 Gordon W E 
'' Nesby, f,f\vks Kimball House 

" Patrick, boiler maker Atl Mach Works, bds 288 E Hunter 
Clark Richard H, judge superior court, bds Markham House 
'• Richard, c, lab, r 52 Pft^iard 

Richard N, elk Ins Cc^ North America, r 90 Merritts ave 

Robert, c, waiter Kimball House, r 59 Chamberlin 

Robert, c, plasterer, r ;^S Hills ave 

Samuel, c, porter Sou Exp Co . 

Stephen, c, lab, r 205 E Ellis 

Thomas, /, lab, bds 366 Edgewood ave 






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Thomas A, carp, r 140 Butler 
^2 *' Thomas L, contractor and builder, r 83 Fort 
<aP Clark tJniversity, W H Hickman A M D D pres, South 

Atlanta (See page 34) 
Wm, c, porter Lieberman & Kaufman 
Wm,' {-, brickmason, r 1 2 Houston 
William, wks Hightower, Rankin & Co 
Wm H (W J Shockley & Co), r 15 E Merritts ave 
_W m W, sawyer 62^ Peachtree, bds 49 Luckie ^^ — 
^''^V B, elk J Silvey & Co. bds 87 E Hunter 
Clarke Amanda S (wid Samuel E), r 59 Richardson 
Anna, c, washerwoman, r 47 Roach 
Miss Annie, tchr Fair St School, bds 59 Richardson 
Mrs Annie L, manicure 115 Whitehall, r same 
Art Engraving Co, Joseph Clarke pres, Joshua W Mewborn 

genl mngr, 80^ Peachtree 
Arthur B, specialties, bds 178 Crew 
A S, comp Constitution Job Office, bds 61 N Forsyth 
Cora B, teacher Walker St School, bds 59 Richardson 
Madame Carrie, r 3 Collins 
Delia, r, r 239 Mangum ' 



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'* Elijah, c, wks W &A R R 
" Emma, r, laundress, r 12 Grady 
" Ernest F, (A J Spencer & Co), r 178 Crew 
" Mrs E, r 193 Whitehall 
" E S, sec Atla Cotton Mills, r Rochester N Y 
" E W, c, elk R M S, r 284 Wheat 
'• Fannie P, (wid Robert M), r 73 Richardson 

George, ^, lab, r 313 Fort 

George A, elk S E Tariff Assn, r 235 Capitol ave 

George R, canvasser, bds 148 Thompson 

Georgie. c, domestic, r 313 Fort 

Henderson, c, lime mkr, bds 10 Monroe 

Henry, r, lab, r 15 Parks 

Henry, r, drayman, r 10 Monroe 
Clarke Hardware Co The, Thomas M Clarke prest, R C 
Clarke treas, Hugh Abercrombie sec, 33 Peachtree 

India M, c, tchr Mitchell St School, bds 169 Markham 

Isaac, r, drayman Ga Soap Co, r rear 312 Grant 

Isaiah, r, lab W & A R R, r 9 Tolbert's al 

I Brooks, electrician, bds 73 Richardson 

James, ^, foreman Atl Lumber Co 

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Jefferson, c, gardener H H Smith, r same 

Jeremiah A, r 135 Ivy 

John, lab, bds 84 East ave 

John, I', brickmason, r 245 Martin ■^•■' • 

John E, salesman King Hardware Co, r Marietta bet Hamp- 
ton and Expo 'I 1 

John S, vice-pres Clarke Hardware Co, r 702 Peachtree 

John T, wks G G Crouch 

Joseph, r 112 E Ellis 

Joseph, i-y brick mason, r 69 James 

Joseph A, (Clarke &.Camp) r 275 E Pine 

foseph A, jr, groceries, 226 Marietta, r same 

Joseph W, f, brickmason, r 69 James 

Lee, c, wks Southern Furniture Co, r 449 W Hunter 

Lemuel, jeweler Abe Fry,, bds 328 Whitehall 

Lula, c, laundress, r 34 Bell 
Clarke Marshall J, judge Atl circuit, r 318 Washington 

Morris, salesman Wellhouse & Sons, r 328 Whitehall 

M A, eng E TV & G R R 

Peter F, pay'g teller Capital City Bank, r 488 N Boulevard 

Mrs Rebecca, r 119 Chapel 



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Clarke Richard H, supt Venable Bros, r 453 Luckie 

Richard N, elk N American Ins Co, r 90 E Merritts ave 

Robert C, pres Clarke Hardware Co, r 593 Peachtree 

Robert C Jr, bds 593 Peachtree 

Robert M, bds 73 Richardson 

Samuel E, trav Beck & Gregg, bds 59 Richardson 

Solomon, elk F Revson, r 328 Whitehall 

Solomon Jr, salesman Wellhouse & Sons, bds 328 Whitehall 

Samuel N, carp, R & D R R 

Thomas J, butcher, r 112 Pearl 

Thomas M, prest Clarke Hdware Co, r 625 Peachtree 

Washington, r, wks L P Grant Park, r 139 Howell 

William, c, bds 139 Howell 

Wm, c, lab Atl Traction Co,' r 96 Greens Ferry Ave 

William, c, butler J A Miller, r rear 

William F, music teacher, r 183 Highland ave 

W Haney, trav A K Hawkes, bds Kimball 

& Camp (Jos A Clarke, Milton P Camp), mdse brokers, 
441^ E Alabama 
Clarkson Albert L, trav Tide Water Oil Co, r 241 Richardson 

Fannie E (wid Edward), bds 310 Jackson 

Thomas A, sten W & A R R 



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George W, wks May Mantle Co, r 78 Magnolia ., - 
Jeanie, wks Expo Cotton Mills, bds 78 Magnolia 
Nova, elk Keely Co, bds 139 E Hunter 
Samuel, carp, bds 237 E Fair 

Claspey James H, wks Atl Mach Wks, r 185 Piedmont ave 

Clawson Henry R, mach, bds 41 Badge i 

Clay Arnold, elk John B Daniel, bds 27 Hilliard 

Miss Amelia E, sten Wellhouse & Sons, bds Sumner House 

Bartow, brickmason, r 55 Tumlin 

C F, fireman Ga R R 

George W, c, grocer, 29 Ravvson, r same 

H K, steam fitter Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co 

Isham, eng Tripod Paint Co, r Reynoldstown 

James, lab, r nr East Lake 

James H, wks R & D R R, r 12 Clark 

Jesse T, (Clay & Malone) rms 2123^^ Marietta 

John, c, lab, r 207 Wheat 

John, <:, car greaser Ga R R 

John W, piano repairer Miles & Stiff, bds 33 Antoinette 

Johnson, wks Phcenix Planing Mill, r 36 Pratt 

Joseph, jewelry, 165 Decatur, r same 



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Lee M, c, cutter Frank Revson, r 30 Beerman 

Miss Mattie, wks Marsh Smith & Moore 

R L, night watchman Kimball House, r same 

Samuel D, truck repr R & D R R 

T A, c, lab, r 18 Rasberry al 

Wm, fireman G R R . 

Wm, f, grocer 2^5 Butler, r 118 E Cain 

Wm J, lab R & b R R 

& Malone, (Jesse T Clay Charles H Malone) dry goods 212 
Marietta 
Clayton Alex, r, lab, r 455 Fort 

David, <^, r 55 Fort 

Fuller, Cf waiter The Ardmore 
Clayton George A, contractor 70^, Peachtree, r 140 Williams 

Granville, c, lab, bds 122 E Baker 

Lucy, Cj laundress, r 194 Fort 

Monroe, c, r 223 Edgewood ave 

Moses, Cj drayman G T Dodd & Co, r 342 Wheat 

Richard, r, wks R&D R R, r 63 Old Wheat 
Clayton Robert M, City Engineer, r 92 S Pryor 

Thomas A, mngr Peachtree Fish & Oyster Co, r 112 Logan 



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Clayton Thomas J, wks Expo Cotton Mills, r 95 Old Expo Grnds 

«* W F, oondr A & W P Ry 
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*' George E, wks May Man<el Co, 

'' Joseph A, elk Sou Ex Co, res 131 Mangum 
Cleaton T Daniel, editor American Press Assn bds Bristol House 

- Mrs Fannie R, bkkpr Guide Pub Co, bds Bristol House 
Cleaves Mary A (wid Turner A), r 377 E Fair 

" Miss Mittie, wks Mrs Robmson, r 377 rj taw 
Cleghorn A J, trav F E Block Co, r Oglethorpe, Ga 
Cleland Emmett S, eng W & A R R 

'• George W, eng W & A R R 

^' Tames D, eng, r 26 McDonald 

- JohnB, traindispR&DRR, bds279Etair 

Clem John L, asst quartermaster U S A 62 Oak W E, r Garden \\ E 
Clement Paul A, elk Porter Bros, r 4 W Peach tree 
Clements Albert, tailor Hirsch Bros, r 16 Trmity ave 
Ellis Trwks C R R, r 38 Gresham 

Frank L, baggage master R & D R R, bds 21 Piedmont ave 
-• George E, elk J M Friend, bds 19 E Mitchell 
Clemiana Chemical Co, W K Mower genl mngr, 114 Loyd 
Clemmond Mariah, r, cook, r 229 Crew 





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•' Charles, cook W P Hopkins ^ 

Charles, c, lab, r 146 E Ellis 
Fannie, (wid George), r 38 Greens Ferry ave 
George, r, coachman Hoke Smith, r 270 Williams 
Henry, c, lab, r 70 S Butler 
James A, r 512 PuUiam 

Tohn F, plumber J F Steinhauer, r 195 Love 
Missouri, c, laundress, r 70 S Butler 
M, (wid Alex), r 13$ McDaniel 
Simon, c, lab, r 16 Garibaldi 
Thomas, r 34 Greens Ferry ave 
'* Alfred C, steward, bds 28 Cooper 
Cleveland Faucet Co The, W J Pero, mgr mfrs B^^ Pumps, 

Hygenic Air Compressors, 36 Peachtree 
Cleveland James H, c, lab, r 336 Hilliard 
" L C, watchman E T V & G R R 
Mary, r, r 78 James 
Susan, c, laundress, r 15 Rhodes 

Rev Thomas P, pastor 4th Presby church, r 31 Chamberlin 
Valentine W, (Atlanta Tile Co), r 28 Cooper 




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Clinkscales Claude B, comp Mutual Printing Co, bds 40 Pied- 
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Clinton Otis A, hosder G P R R 
Cloddy C, Cy driver, r 23 Jackson, Bellwood 
Clontz Thomas A, salesman Tidwell & Pope, bds 100 S Pryor 
Clopton Ed L, fireman R & D R R, r 29 Gartrell 
Close Cyrus, grocer, 36 S Pryor, r 15 W Georgia ave 
" Edwin N, bkkpr Percy W Rose, bds 183 E Fair 
*' Wilbur H, asst mgr Snow Church Co, bds The Brunswick - 
Closs Thomas A, mngr Postal Tel Cable Co, 1 The Brunswick 
Closson Charles W. mach De Loach Mill Mfg Co bds 41 Badger 

** S R, mach R & D R R, bds 41 Badger 
Clothfelter Robert, grocer, 604 Decatur, r same 
Cloud Andrew, make-up Atl News Paper Union, bds 92 Smith 
Miss Eula, nurse Grady Hospital, r same 
C J, r, brick mason Fulton Lumber Co, r 28 Vine 
Harry B, elk T N Winslow, bds 124^ Whitehall 
Henry, c, lab, r 315 N Butler 

Howell C, salesman, J A Anderson ClothingCor 46 Currier 
Obediah L, eng roadway GC&NRR, r28 Wheat 
Viney, c, washerwoman, r 193 Magnolia 
Wm A, printer, bds 92 Smith 



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Cloud Wm J, piano tuner, r 92 Smith 

'* ^Villoughby E, physician 124^ Whitehall, r same 
Clowe Willard H, foreman Engine Co No 5, r 132 Martin 
Clower Benning M, elk A H Benning, r 25 Pittman al 
** Charles A, wks W R Jones & Co, r 211 Howell 
*' Miss Dollie, elk The Fair, r 284 Fort 
*• Miss Ella, bds Boyd House 
*' John E (Clower & Cobb), r 214 Fort 
** John T, driver Troy Steam Laundry, r 235 Hilliard 
" Joseph F, wks G B Stewart, r 144 Peters 
*' Martha W (wid Danl M), propr Boyd House, 102 J Decatur 
'* Mary A, (wid Thos L) r 95 E Harris 
'* Richmond, wks Phoenix Planing Mill 
** Thomas J, tinner J F Steinhauer, bds 95 E Harris 
** Thomas W, (Clower & Bradford) r 61 Crew 
" Warren M, elk Milner Wilder & Hagan, bds 61 Crew 
" Wm L, (Clower & Johnson) r 284 Fort 
' ' Wm W, guard Oakland Cemetery, r 476 Houston 
'* & Bradford, (Thomas W Clower, James H Bradford) grocrs, 

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•' & Cobb, (Ed J Clower, Robt M Cobb), grocers 194 Houston 
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Clydes Charleston Steamship Line, Samuel W Wilkes 
genl agt, 16 N PiVor, Kimball House, (See page 117) 

Coachman C, c, wks T S hev^s 

'' Henry, porter E T V & G R R, r 259 Chapel 

\Y '* Kill, wks H L Schlesinger 

* *' Robert, wks H L Schlesinger •; 

Coakland Preston, mach, bds 66 S Loyd 
Coakley Alex J, with'Hampton & Herman, r ^S HiUiard 

" Henry, 'c, lab, r 503 Glenn 
Coarf, see also Carhart 

" T Singleton, elk R C Black, r 258 Washington 
Coates Lavinia C, r 85 Pratt 
Coats Thread Co The, 13 E Alabama 
Cobb Albert, r, wks E T V & G R R, r 186 Valentine 



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Cobb Henry H, (Cobb & Grant), r 261 Capitol ave 
Jackson, c', wks So Ex Co, bds 70 Ga R R 
James, i, coupler R & D R R, r 2 Haggard's al 
John F, plumber^ bds 121 W Baker 
John M, c\ restaurant, 208 Wheat, r same 
J N, wks Medlock Harness Co, r 130^ Peachtree 



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Cobb Philip, wks Sou Agl Wks 

Richard, f, waiter H R Durand 

Robert M, (Glower & Cobb) bds 214 Fort 

Susan J, r t2LvW Baker 

Thomas, r, w\^ A C St Ry . 

Thomas H, blfkpr T J & J S McLendon, r 38 Piedmnot ave 

Thomas J, c(|)mpositor Constitution Job Office, bds 70 
, Woodward ave 

Cobb Thomas R E, lawyer, 10 Grant Bldg, bds 302 Peachtree 

Washington, A cook The Albemarle 

Wm, c, helper^E T V & G R R 

Wm, r, wks Ballard House 
Cobb & Grant, (ri H Cobb, Peter G Grant), mgrs Travelers 
Ins Co of Hartford, Conn, 28 S Broad (See page 368) 
Cobbins Jerry, r, wks G R R, r 170 Markham 
Cobler F A, coppersmith E T V & G R R 
Coca-Cola Company, Asa G Candler pres, F M Robinson sec, 

42J Decatur 
Cochran Andrew, c, wks Ga Pine Lumber Co, r 8 Johnson 

Annie, r, domestic, r 306 E Hunter 

Beulah, (wid Henry B), bds 12 Harden 

Charles J, plumber, bds 26 Broyles 



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" David, f, lab Atl Gas Lt Co, bds 56 Clark . 
" Miss Dora, seamstress, bds 245 Bass 

Elisha H, policeman Grant Park, r 30 Broyles 

Fannie (wid Pink), r 154 Simpson 

Isabelle, r, laundress, r 74 Glenn 

James R P, trav agt Atlanta Consolidated Bottling Works, 

r 176 Nelson 
Louis, trav agt J M Friend, bds Boyd House 
Samuel, r, lab, bds 15 Wilson 
Walter, r, lab E T Y & G R R 
Wm B, cond Pullman Car Co, r 38 Moore 
Zenobia M (wid Sylvester), r 245 Bass 
Cochrane James W, special agt Phenix Ins Co, bds W'estmoreland 
House 
William A, contractor, r 361 Jackson 
William E, wks Beutell Mfg Co, bds 361 Jackson 
Cocke Wm J, salesman Gramling-Spalding-Kingsbery Co, r 41 

Richardson 
Cockerell Andrew , c, lab G P R R, r 8 Johnson 
Cockerill Wm W, elk Merchants Bank, bds 98 N Pryor 
Cockroft Walter, wks Bell Telephone Co, bds 440 E Fair 



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Cocks A H, drummer, bds 62 Houston 
Cody Hagar, r, cook G W Parrott, r same 
Henry, c, wks S S S Co 

James A, salesman Falvey Fruit & Fish Co, rms 97-i- Peachtree 
John, c, lab, bds 125 Howell 
*M, c, wks Atl Gas Light Co 
Richmpnd, r, lab, bds 305 Eraser 
Sarah, <", laundress, r 125 Howell 
Wm, r, porter R S Bramlett, r rear 85 Luckie 
William B (Cody & Ray), asst foreman Hose Co No i, r same 
W H, trav, bds 45 W^heat 
Cody & Ray (W B Cody, O M Ray), horseshoers 33 S Forsyth 
Cofer Irwin A, physician 192 Decatur, r 74 Hill 

'* James T, bds The Brunswick 
Coffee Mary L (wid J), r 585 Marietta 

*' Mary L (wid Joseph), boarding, r 55 W Mitchell 
'' P D, bds 156 Wylie 
Coffey Miss Anna V, wks Miss S Holroyd, bds 697 E Fair 
** G G, watchman The A L Delkin Co, bds 52 Houston 
** Maria (wid John), r 697 E Fair 
Coffin Weaker G, elk P O, rms The Cooledge 
Cofield Anderson, ^, carp, r 8 Garibaldi 



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Cofield Annie, c, laundress, r 506 Edgewood ave 

Coggins Charles C, bkkpr Marietta Guano Co, rms 21 Rankin 
" Harry L, brickmason, r 59 Ponder 
'' Wm T, mach, r 68 Ponder 

Cogswell Miss Elizabeth N, chiropodist & manicure, 49^ 
Whitehall, (See page 1365) 

Cohen, xee also Cohn aiul Cone 

'' Charles, propr Atl Excelsior Wks, r 688 S Pryor 

'' Charles, tailor P Lynch, r 152 Thompson 

'- David, peddler, r 108 Gilmer 

'• Edward B, grocer, 222 Mangum, r same * 

*• Miss Etta, registrar Vital Statistics, r 185 Ivy 

*' Frank J, mngi^ Cohen Printing Co, r 233 Richardson 

'* Miss Henrietta, typewriter M Rich & Bro, bds 9 Garnett 

" Henry, trav, l>ds 307 Whitehall 

** Jack S, news editor Journal, bds Kimball House 

•' Miss Jennie bds 185 Ivy 

*' I, wks Sou Spring Bed Co 

" J T, fireman, E T V & G R R, 

•' Levi, whol liqlior, 59 E Alabama, r 222 S Forsyth 

" Louis, mngr Atl Excelsior works, bds M Mendlesohn 

'' Michael, clothing, 112 Gilmer bds same 

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Cohen Miss Minnie, r 185 Ivy 

'' M S, bds 185 Ivy 

" Nathan E, r 298^ Marietta 
Cohen Printing Co", F J Cohen mgr, 26 S Pryor 

" Sillie, shoemaker, 132 Decatur, r same 

'' Washington, c, car oiler, E T V & G R R, 

" Wolf, butcher, 180 Decatur, r same 
Cohn L. (Cohn & Goldstein), r 98A Decatur 

*' & Goldstein (L Cohn, Ber'nard Goldstein), shoemakers, 
98 A Decatur, r same 
Cohron Rev Joseph, r 126 S Forsyth 

Coker CMiarles D, (Cook & Coker) r Madison nr Grant Park 
Coker Frank M, pres Bank of the State of Georgia r 86 

Washington 
Coker Frank M Jr, cashier Bank of the State of Georgia, bds 
86 Washington 

" Robert M, wks R & D R R, r 261 Irwin 

" Mrs Susan, r 79 Battle 
Colbert Ansel (i, c, wks C RR, r 127 Markham 

" Benjamin, r, porter 'I'homas Morrison, bds 99 Houston 

♦' Charles, t, wks DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, r Wylie, Reynolds- 
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Jake, <-, lab, r 213 Martin 

John, lab, r 18 Logan 

John, f , wks J A Mason & Sons, r 10 Hills ave 

Rev Joseph, r 413 Marietta 

Mack, c, lab, r 125 Bradley al 

Mrs Mollie, r loi Stonewall 

Wm T, watchman Wylie & Barclay, r 24 W Alabama 

— , r, wks G E Jones, bds 125 Bradley al 
Colcord A Rippard, bds 87 Liickie 
Coldivell, see also OtldiM 
Coldwell John A., Jr, secy and treas Thomas Kirke Mfg Co, 

r 45 W Harris 
Cole Arthur E, elk Winship Mch Co, bds 8 Druid Circle Inman 
Park 

Charles, r, wks Milam & Patterson, r 136 Washington 

Charles M, painter, bds 50 Orme 

Clark P, bkkpr Bolles & Bruckner, r 215 Courtland ave 

De Witt C, bkkpr Ga Pine Lumber Co 

Edmond L grading, r 50 Orijie 

Frederick W, solicitor Atl Home Ins Co, bds 8 Druid Circle 
Inman Park 



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Cole Frederick G, mach, bds 50 Orme 

George H, with Ad Telephone Exchge, r 231 Peeples W E 
Howard S, elk C & G Electric Co, bds 241 Whitehall 
H, t, driver Golden Transfer Co 
Joseph, f-, porter Singer Mfg Co, bds 223 Ira 
Larney, c, laundress, r 10 Moore 
Madison, engineer, bds 25 Rigdon 
Miss Mamie, wks John B Daniel, bds 81 Plum 
Maria D, (wid Moses) r 8 Druid Circle Inman Park 
Matt F, (Lumpkin Cole & Stewart) r Newnan Ga 
Nelson, c, carp, r 67 James 
'* Robert, f, porter, sec State's office, r 277 Piedmont ave 

Cole Spencer H, mngr C & G Electric Co, r 241 Whitehall 
Thomas A, wks R & D R R, r 175 Pearl 
Thomas P, painter, r 81 Plum 
Wm C, cond E T V & G R R, r 86 Smith 
Wm I , with C & G Electric Co, r 209 Washington 
W H, appr W & A R R 

Coleman Abe, c, lab, r 222 McDaniel 

Alexander, r, wks city, bds 34 Bell 
Annie, <:, laundress, r 25 W^averly PI 
A E, ^, bds 94^ Decatur 

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Coleman Miss Emma, wks Fooie & Davies, bds 17 Woodward av 

Frank B, elk Arnold cS: McCord, r 433 S Pryor 

George D, time k];r G P R R, r 36 Emmett 

James L elk R M S, r 46 Kelly 

James M, eng R & D R R, r 73 Howell ' 

[esse, r, lab city, r 79 Parker 

[ohn L, trav Fenley Furn Co 

[ohn i\L produce 44 N Hroad, bds Hotel Wemmeister 

Miss Lizzie, saleslady Miss Mary Ryan, bds 17 Woodward av 

Mrs Mary, r 68 Crumley 

Mary F, (wid William), r 17 Woodward ave 

Pleasant, bds 36 Emmett 

Tennie M, (wid A D), r 290 Marietta 

Thomas, c, drayman, r 131 Howell 

Wash, i; lab, r Parker cor Williams .. 

William, r 136 Gray 

W^m K, carp G P R R, bds 36 Emmet 

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Coles Dollie. c\ nurse Nat Surgical Inst, r 72 S Pryor 

Dollie, i% r 21 Hull 

Eunice D, c\ teacher Gray st Pub school, bds 270 Magnolia 

Joseph S, t\ carp, bds 270 Magnolia 

rCOAL, COKE WOOD »"<> Anthracite. 

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Coles Sandtord, i\ carp, r 270 Magnolia 

" Susan, i\ washerwoman, r 46 Winship al 
Coley Luther K, elk D Steinheimer, bds 41 Mill 

^' Wm F. fireman H & L Co No i, bds 2^ Fowler 
Collier Albert W, mach W & A R R,.bds The Leland 
" Benjamin F, carp R & 1) R R 
" Bros, (G W and James R) grocers, 248 Houston 
Collier Charles A, V-pres Capitol City Bank, r 296 Rawson 
' • Claud L, elk W & A R R, bds 96 Cooper 
*' Daniel, c, lab Venable Bros, bds 16 Lowes al 
'* . Ella, (wid John N) elk Lamar & Rankin Drug Co, bds 241 

Mangum 
'• Emmett, elk | M High & Co, bds 63 Piedmont ave 
*' George W. (Collier Bros) r 248 Houston 
•' Henrv L, granite contractor, 551^ Whitehall, r 93 Nelson 
- Jacob, r, wks W & A R R 
-' James, r, r 116 Chapel 

James R, (Collier Bros) r 248 Houston 

John, wks Sou Agl Works 

[ohn, r,'lab, bds 233 Thurmond 

*]ohn T, elk Marsh, Smith & Marsh, r 435 Woodward ave 

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Collier L Whit, com agt 111 C R R, bds 97 N Pryor 
** Mirateau L, master mech W & A R R, r 96 Cooper 

Collier PF, H A Keppelmngr, subscription books, 140 Marietta 
Robert, wks Sou Agl Works 

Robert M, trav Kiser-Moore-Draper Co, bds 127 Ivy 
Thomas, c, brickmason, r 46 Lowe 
Thomas, r, eating house 199 Peters, r 184 Morris 
Thomas E, physician 252 Decatur, r 443 E Fair 
Wesley, r, hostler C Kingsbery, bds 306 Hilliard 
William, r, wks Ad Gas Light Co 
Willis, c, lab, r 233 Thurmond 



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'' Thomas L, elk E T V & G R R, rms 21 Chamberlm & 
Johnson Bldg 
Collins Adelia (wid Stephen), bds 151 Pulliam 

A E, wks Atl Cotton Mills 

Benjamin E, r, barber, bds 495 W Mitchell 

Benjamin F, c, barber 5 E Mitchell, r 495 ^^ Mitchell 

Brick Co, Jas D Collins, pres, W D Palmer, v-pres and genl 
mgr, I Old Capitol Bldg 

Caleb C, trav S S White Dental Mfg Co, r 145 Walton 

Charles, cabinet mkr, r Poplar near Bellwood ave 

Charles, c, butler, bds 269 Fort 

Carrie, c, laundress, r rear 145 Walton 

Rev C H. ^, r 40 Parsons 

Edward, wks E T V & G R R, bds 63 W Mitchell 

Edward, c, driver O A Smith, r 14 Packard 

Elbert, c, lab, r 53 Inman ave 

Forest E, wagon yrd 10 1 Peters, bds 476 Whitehall 

Gideon, c, drays Morris & Callaway, r 72 Hilliard 

Henry J, r 49 Garnett 

James, wks Met St Ry Co, r 219 Smith 

James, c, wks Harrison & Bro, r 35 Terry 



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Collins James D, pres Chatta Land Co, pres Collins Brick Co and 
Atl Exch & Bkg Co, r 290 Peachtree 
'' James D, eng E T V & G R R, r 144 Windsor 
Collins Jas R, depty city marshal, pres Home Bank of Atl, r 482 
Boulevard 
Jennie, i, laundress, r 65 Porter 
John, <:, wks Collins Brick Co 
Joseph C, r, r rear 85 Luckie 

Joseph H, mgr Owens Photo Gal, bds 2S Houston 
Joseph H, r 68 Bell 
Mary E, (wid C H), r 177 Alexander 
Mary E, (wid James F), r 51 W Mitchell 
Oscar R, eng Union Mill & Whse Co, bds 203 Marietta 
Collins Park & Belt R R Co, J K P Carlton pres, Darwin G 
Jones treas, Geo M Hope sec, 17^ S Broad (See p 4) 
•* Porter,-*^,- lab, r 128 Howell 

Stiff, c, plasterer, bds 241 W Hunter 
Thomas M, cond E T V & G R R, r 83 Doane 
Wm, I, wks Benjamin & Cronheim, r 102 Chapel 
Collins Wm J, pres Dixie Baking Powder Co, r 192 Angier ave 
Collins Wm R, secy and treas Dixie Baking Powder Co, bkkpr 
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Collongfe Prof B, prof French, Gordon School, Ga Military Inst 
and Washington Seminary, r 17 E Cain 

Collum John W, fireman W & A R R, bds 58 Jones ave 

Colored Orphan's Home, Miss Lucetta M Lawson mat 79 Leonard 

Colqiihoun Cecil H, r 124 Courtland ave 

Colquitt George, r, drain bottomer, r 247 Pine 

" Sidney C, sten Kiser Moore Draper Co, r 55 N Forsyth 

Colsby Amanda, r„ wks Trio Steam Laundry, r 65 Delbridge 
** Dora, /, laundress, r 62 Porter 

Colter, see aho Coulter 

Columbian Book Store, books, stationery and Columbian 
Encyclopedia 71 Whitehall .^ 

Columbus Buggfy Co, James E Hickey mgr, So Branch 27 W 
Alabama ' s 
" Christopher Club, L E O'Keefe, pres, J A Colvin v-pres, 
F C Wheat secty, rooms Hunter nr Loyd 

Colville Fulton, lawyer, 69 Gate City Bank Bldg, bds 97 N 
Pryor . • 

Colvin John Ay .pres Atlanta Baggage & Cab Co, Station Bag- 
gage Master Union Depot, r 233 Washington 
Ralph L, trav A C Ladd Lime Co, r 164 Forest ave 



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Golyer, see aho Collier 

Comb John, print Sunny South, bds 255 Houston 

Combs Amanda, c, laundress, r 45 Courtland ave ■ . -^ 

Daniel, r, plasterer, r 87 Chapel 

Erie, mess Sou Rwy & S S Asso, r 339 Whitehall 

Hugh, office elk L & N cSi N C & St L Railway, bds 339 
Whitehall 

Jessie J, (Combs & Stone), r 339 Whitehall 

Robert, c, wks Troy Steam Laundry 

Samuel, c, wks W A Morgan 

& Stone, (J J Combs and I R Stone) commission, 67 S Broad 
Comer Jack, clk'john M Moore Shoe Co, bds 58 Mills 

H M, pres Central R R, r Savannah Ga 

Joe, c, wks L E Wheeler, r 457 W North ave 

Ransom H, bkkpr White Klein & Co, r 58 Mills 
Comick Robert T, bricklayer, bds 19 Hills ave 
Comly James T, agt Michigan Mutual Life Ins Co, bds 106 Ivy 
Commercial Club, J G Oglesby pres, T B Xeal treas, H G 
Saunders sec, 3rd and 4th floor Chamber of Com bldg 
Commercial Oil Co, W^ Carroll Lawrence mngr, W & A R R, 
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W A Gregg v-pres. Gate City Bank blcjg 
Commercial Union Assurance Co of London Eng, 

U B Torbett & Co agts, 22 Kimball House, Decatur 
Como Charles, wks Brown & King Sup Co, r 6^ W Mitchell 
Compton Mary S, (wid Wm W) sten Cassell Pub Co, bds 169 
Richardson 
'' R M, bds The Cooledge i 

Comstock Charles D, wks Hightower, Rankin & Co, r 46 Ella 
Comstock Charles W (C W Comstock & Co), r 335 Pied- 
mont ave 
Comstock & Co (C W Comstock), genl Sou agts North Ameri- 
can Deposit and Investment Co 23-25 Fitten bldg 
Chnaivay, -^ee also Comvay 

Concordia Association,* Jacob Haas pres, Harry Hanlein, v-pres, 
Ed E Steinheimer sec, Henry Wellhouse treas, n w cor 
Mitchell and S Forsyth 
Condon Mrs Lennie, photograph 83^ Whitehall, r same 
Cone, ^ee also Cohen and Cohn 

Ada (wid King S), bds 386 Hilliard 

Mrs Corrie, nurse Grady Hospital, r same 

lohn S, bds 13 Baltimore pi 

Oscar F, r, wks R & D R R, r 14 Logan 

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Cone Wm B, elk W H Brotherton, r 134 Richardson 

*' William R, tel opr W l^ T Co, bds 134 Richardson 
Confer Samuel H,eng E T V & G R R, r 271 Form wait 
Congdon Miss Marie D, tchr music, bds 97 Capitol Si\ 

*' Robert D, bds 97 Capitol sq 
Conger Charles W, elk W ,S: A R R, bds 56 Powers 
'* James B, barkpr T A Conger, bds 174 Gilmer 
" Tandy A, salopn 81 Decatur, bds 49 Gartrell 
'' Wm R, lab C R R. bds 49 Gartrell 
Conier Maria, c, laundress, r 174 Howell 

Conklin Charles A^ (Clias A Conklin Mfg Co) r 48 E Merritts ave 
Conklin Charles A Mfg Co, Charles A Conklin propr, im- 
porter of tin plate and mfrs tinware 270-274 Marietta 
Conklin Thomas A, trav, r 200 Ivy 

'• Thomas A Jr. with \\' W Haskell, r 200 Ivy 
Conleif, .<i'e also ConnaUy, Cojirwli/ and Conuolbj 

Miss Annie, wks Atl Paper Co, bds 30 Hayden 
Conley James C, grocer 464 S Pryof , foreman Fulton Lumber 
Co, r 450 l.oyd 
John M, elk Mrs Mary M Conley, bds 169 Davis 
Madison, c, lab, r 77 Delbridge 
Margaret M, (wid T J), groceries 169 Davis, r same 

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INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. I Gen'l Agts.. 10 DECATUR ST. 

Conley Morris J, elk R M S, r 552 Peeples, W E 

' ' Moses, Cy packer M Kich & Bro 

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•' Sarah, (wid Benjamin), bds 552 Peeples, W E 
Conn Henry, watchman E T V & G R R, r 28 Me Daniel rd 

" Thomas G, policeman, r 257 W 5th 
Ommilly, .<eeaUo Conley, Connely and Connolly 

•' Alex, c, wks chv, r 55 W Hunter 

" Elijah L, phys ^4^ Whitehall, r 53 Ashby W E 

*' James C, condr Atl Trac Co, r 162 McDaniel 

'* James O, meats 770 Decatur, r 117 Howell 

*• John F, bar tender, r 489 Simpson 

'* John M, carp, r Simpson cor Ashby 

'• Miss Kate, bds 299 E Hunter 

** Samuel, r, wks J A Gossett, r rear 233 Peters 

'' Silas N, lawyer 24^ Whitehall, r 51 Smith 

'* Tempie A, (wid Thomas), bds 53 Ashby W E 

" T O^ motorman Atl Traction Co 

" Wm J, carp, r Linsey 
Connecticut Mutual Life Ins Co, John B Cook dist supt of 

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James, horseshoer, bds 46 E Mitchell . . 

James N, carp, r 42 Scott 

John A, carp, bds 4 Ella ^ ^ : i ' 

John T, grocer, 987 Marietta, r same : . 

Miss Mary, r 216 Haynes 

Robert L, painter, r 713 Marietta 
Connehj, see also Conley, Conmlhj and ComioUy 
Connely Wm J, mngr Armour Packing Co, bds 67 N Forsyth 
Conmr, see also Connor and O'Connor 

Elizabeth (wid Elijah), bds 400 Houston 

lames M, carp J A Fischer, r 15 Warner ave 

Mary (wid Edward), r 82 Thurmond 

Robert H, cond G C & N R R, r 292 Rawson 

Wm H, painter, W S McNeal 
Conniff Wm, bailiff A A Manning, bds 49 Luckie 
Connolly, see also Conley Connally and Connely 
Connolly Arthur B, Chief Atl Police, r 299 E Hunter 

David, fireman A & F R R, bds Mrs M A Mann 

Guy, fireman A & F R R, bds Mrs M A Mann 

Henry T, elk Peter Lynch, r 293 E Hunter 

John F, bar tender W A Vernoy, r 489 W Simpson . 
" Thomas C, wks H Franklin, r Simpson bey city limits 

W. J. Maliard. Jr4?!^Lf.?lj^}ZuarB[i;:; 

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Connor, see al^o Conner and O'Connor 

** Harry L, elk C R R, r 205 Foundry 
'' Mary, (wid Edward C), r 80-82 Thurmond 
Connors George W, (Weyman & Connors) r 195 Angier ave 

" Miss Mamie A, bds 55 N Forsyth 
Connyhead Jane, <r, cook, r 251 N Butler 

Conrad G F Alfred, wks Sou Terra Cotta Wks, bds 499 Whitehall 
Conroy Martin M, r 26 Henry W E 
Constantine C C, (wid F L C) r 78 Wheat 
Frank L bds 78 Wheat 
Louis, bds 78 Wheat 
Wm L, bds 78 Wheat 
Constitution Building, cor Alabama and Forsyth 
Constitution Job Office, W J Campbell mngr. Constitution 

Building 
Constitution Publishing Co, E P Howell pres, W A Hemp- 
hill bus mngr, pub Atlanta Constitution, office Consti- 
tution Building 
Consumers Commercial Co, Robt S Pringle mngr, 32^ S Broad 
Continental Ins Co, (Riley Grant & Co), 28 S Broad 
Conway Mrs Bridget, cook Home fo r the Friendless, r same 

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Conyers Abda J, del elk P O, r 269 Houston 
Conyers Bennett S, (Kontz & Conyers), r 269 Houston 
Conyers Christopher B, sten State Democratic Com, bds 269 
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E L, (Wells & Conyers), bds 72 Marietta 

Fannie H (wid C U), tchr State St School, r 269 Houston 

James H, student, r 269 Houston 

Samuel T, elk P (), bds 269 Houston 
Coogler Arthur B, hostler E T V & G R R, r 58 W (;eorgia ave 

" John T. painter, r 506 Fort 
Cook Allen, r Belhvood ave bey limits 

Allen C, c, carp, r 45 Solomon 

Andrew N, grocer 59 Loyd, bds 305 Houston 

Mrs Ann, r 16 Hilliard 

A fienton, i)hysician, r 31 Pavilion 

Bascomb, r, lab, bds 21 Newton , 

Belle A (wid I W), elk U S District Court, r 131 Ivy 

Benjamin, r, wks J Lynch, r 107 E Cain 

Bright, <•, carp, r 45 Parsons 

Bros (John S <S: Frank S), grocers 163 Decatur 

Captain, r, drayman W R Hoyt, r 89 Thurmond 

Charles R, policeman, bds 94 Plum 



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Cook Claude C. bagi^age master E T V i^ C R R, r 91 Railroad 
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*' Claude B, bds 313 Peachtree 
*• David A, real estat^. r 150 Curran 
'' David R. fjpreman Sou Agl Wks. r 199 Hunnicutt 
" Mrs Dora, dressmkr, r 162 Whitehall 
'* DuftV. r, bds 2 1 Newton 
" Edward, r,' lab Atl Ice Co 
'• Edward H; (Foot 6k: Cook), bds 55 Johnson ave 

Miss E E, r 314 E Fair 

Francis P, elk R & D R R 

Frank G, wks ET V & G R R, bds 91 R R, W E 

Frank H, trav J W ^' E C Atkins, r Clarkston 

Frank S. elk Kellam & Moore, r 62 Irwin 

Frank S, (Cook Bros), bds 16 Hilliard 

Cieorge, r, lab, r 819 Peachtree 

George W D, with Winship Mach Co, r 313 Peachtree 

Hamlin C, -physician, 84^ Peachtree, bds 150 
Curran ■ 

Hamlin P, elk A J Miller's estate, r 117 Nelson 

Henry, r, wks G C & N R R, r 107 Rhodes 

Houston F, bds 335 Wheat 



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Issaehar J, saloon 11 1 Peters, r 22 Bailey 
Jasper T,' cond Met St Ry, r 57 Park ave 
Jonathan N (Cook & Coker), r 305 Houston 
'fohn, ., brakeman E T V & G R R, bds 21 Newton ; 
John, wks Medlock Harness Co, r Noreross 
John, tailor, r 458 Loyd 
John, c, wks Collins Brick Co 
Cook John B, dist supt of agencies Conn Mutual Life Ins Co, r 
17 Alexander " 
" John C, bds 139 W^indsor 
John E, trav, r 74 Nelson 
John I, bds 280 Peters 

John M, carp Atl Coffin Fcty, r 313 Mangum 
'• Tohn S (Cook Bros), r 16 Hilliard 
Cook John S, propr Atl Rubber Stamp and Stencil Wks, r 139 
Windsor (See side lines) 
'• John W, carp, r 28 Williams 
*' Joseph, wks shipping dept F E Block Co 
'' Joseph, c, wks Sciple Sons 
Cook Joseph S, mgr Atl Elev Co, r 98 Ponce de^Leon ave 
'' Julius H, elk The Ryan Co, r 162 Whitehall 

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'' Lewis, r 91 R R ave W E 

Lewis' Ir, coll elk Sou Ex Co, bds 99 R R ave, W E 

Miss Lillie, dressmkr, bds 25^ S Broad 

Lucy, ^, r 21 Newton 

L, c, wks Sou Spring Bed Co 

Mattie. (wid A T), r 146 W Pine 

Milas, wks Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, bds 146 W Pme 

Minerva, (wid John), dressmkr, bds 383 Courtland ave 

Mollie, I, cook, r 65 Chapel 

M, helper Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co 

Oscar S, tailor, bds 458 Loyd 

Philip, Secretary of State, State Capitol, bds 469 Peachtree 

Robert, r, r 270 Bass 

Robert, c. driver Cxate City Ice Co, r Ira near Mary 

Samuel, <", driver city bds 107 Rhodes 

Samuel L, carp, Kimball House, r 18 Gilmer 

Thomas, f, wks Atl Brew & Ice Co, r 34 High 

Wm, brick mason, r 181 Martin 

Wm E, r 34 N Humphries 

Wm E, Ad Rubber Stamp & Stencil Wks, r 213 Cooper 

AV F, r 6 Brotherton 



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Cook William W, wks DeLoach Mill Mfg Co, bds 71 East ave 

" & Coker, (J N Cook & C D Coker) 59 Loyd 
Cooke Alfred B, (Cooke Bros) r Cairo, Ga 

Cooke Bros, Thomas Rand Alfred" B) Dentists, 137^ Whitehall 
Edward H, r Battle Hill 

Edward T, elk Chamberlin Johnson & Co r 58 W Cain 
Nellie M, c, tchr Mitchell St School r 107 E Cain 
Thomas E, wks Fulton Lumber Co, r 313 W Fair 
Thomas R, (Cooke Bros), r East Point 
Wm A, Insurance, r 22 Church 
Cooksey Miss Annie, elk West View Floral Co, r 354 Simpson 

" Miss Emma, sten W T Downing, r 354 W Simpson 
Cooksey John A, (Cooksey & Murphy), r 354 Simpson 
Cooksey & Murphy, (J A Cooksey C P Murphy), artificial 
stone tile and cement workers and gravel roofing, 25 S 
Broad [See card below) 
Cooledge Aurelian F, (F J Cooledge & Bro), sten Superior 
and (iity Court, r 70 E Merritts ave 
Frank H, with Westinghouse Air Brake Co, 544 Equitable 

Bldg, bds Kimball House 
Fred J, (F J Cooledge & Bro), r 62 E Merritts ave 
Cooledge The, Mrs M A Read propr, 49-51 Houston 



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Cooksey & murphey, 

ARTIFICIAL STONE WORKERS. 

Octagonal and Square I Cement Cellar, Stable and 

TiLK SIDEWALKS. | Brewery Floors. 

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Cooky, see also Coley 

" John, r, lab, r 117 Nunnally al 

Coon J S, Prof Ga School of Technology, r 13 Baltimore blk 

Cooney Robert L, cashiet Nw Yk Life Ins Co, r 31 E Merritts ave 

Cooper, see also Couper 

Absalom W. flagman R & D R R, bds 56 Gartrell 

Albert, student, bds 102 W Baker 

Andrew T, coUtr H L Johnston, r 120 Walker 



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General Agents for Geor^ria and Alabama 

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Cooper Asbury H, c, (Cooper & Walker) tailor, ios}4 Peach- 
tree, r same 
A Judson, r 102 W Baker 

Chajrles, stone mason, bds 99 Loyd ' *^ . 

Chaises J, mech, bds 141 Alexander ' ''■■'"- 

Miss Wdla, sten J J & J E Maddox, r 55 Piedmont ave 
EdwardT^^^oom mkr, r Longview ave 
Edward, barkpK^V C Boggan, bds 15 Houston 
Fannie, c, cook, r 44 Winship al 
Frank, lab, r rear 137 W Baker 
George, grocer 130 Whitehall, bds 167 Loyd 
George W, carp E T V & G R R, r 232 Smith 
Henry, c, brkmn E T V & G R R 

Hunter P, physician, 34^ Peachtree, r 159 Capitol ave 
James, c, r 40 Biggers 
James A, comp Constitution Job Office, r 526 Emma, 

Bellwood 
James T, wks W & A R R, r 100 Jones ave 
John, sec & treas Dixie Lumber & Mfg Co, r 191 E Fair 
John, ^, porter Constitution Job Office, r Henry 
John A, c, butler H Wellhouse, r 250 Crew 
John F, carp, r 1 7 1 Fowler 





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Courtland ave 

John H, wks B Jarrett, bds 295 W Mitchell 

John H (Smith & Cooper), r 74 Courtland ave 

John M, elk Atl Nat Trust & Banking Co, bds 102 W Baker 
Cooper John Tyler, elk Commissioners Roads and Revenues, 
r 64 Williams 

Joseph, c, wks Stocks Coal Co, bds 156 Foundry 

J B, cabinet maker Beutell Mfg Co, r 20 Corley alley 

J F, bridge builder, bds Sharman House 

J H & Co (John H Cooper, James E Cummings), saloon 
161 Decatur 

J T, elk W & A R R, r ICO Simpson 

Maxwell, c, butler J H Nunnally 

Mattie E, (wid Columbus), r 411 Mangum 

Miss Nettie, elk F E Block Co, r Bellwood 

Ottie E, helper Stockton & Kuhrt 

O J, bridge builder, bds Sharman House 

O L, comp Christian Index, r 120 Walker 

Ealph W T, elk John M Miller, bds 100 Jones ave 

Richard T, bkkpr Stewart & Bowden, bds 85 E Hunter 
Cooper Rufas M, ^, tailor 49^ Peachtree, r same 



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Cooper Samuel, c, lab, bds 44 Winship al 

Sim, wks Atlanta Lumber Co 

Thomas J, mech„bds 146 Alexander 

Thomas J, usher DeGives Opera House . 

Cooper Thomas L, Jtrav Geo W Scott Mfg Co, r becatur Ga 

Timothy, r, Ub C R R ' . 

T P, patrolman, r 251 Cooper 

Walker T, elk John M Miller, bds 100 Jones ave 

Wiley G, policeman, r 120 Walker 

Wm, bds 76 West End ave, WE 

Wm J, r 55 Piedmont 

Wm M, mach, r 146 Alexander 

W N, elk, bds 163 Courtland ave 
Cooper & Walker, ^ (A H Cooper, Eugene Walker,) 7J N 

Broad (See p 1370) 
Copelan E Wynn, mngr Rowland Pub Co, bds 190 Peachtree 
Copeland Miss Dovey, wks Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills, bds 19 
' Daniel 

Elam, c, wks Wm E Bland, r 38 Courtland ave 

Mrs. Elizabeth A, r 19 Daniel 

George, c, wks Atl Gas L Co 
** Mrs Lizzie, ifks Atl Cotton Mill, bds 78 Magnolia 

STOCKTON'&r^^ 

9 Sontli Bro»d 8tr«et. Ttlephone 1476. (Worlc* Outsfrfe r^JumMnor. 

Copeland Miss Louie, wks Fulton B & C Mills, bds 19 Daniel 
Thomas, wks Fulton B & C Mills, r 28 Reinhardt 
Warren, <:, lab R & D R R, r 118 Rockwell 
Willis, c, carp, r 54 Davis 
Copeloff Herman, elk J Jaffa, r 276 Edgewood ave 
Copes George S, shipping elk P H Snook & Son, r Mayson and 

Turner road 
Coplin Koleman, junk, r 342 >^ Decatur 
Coppage James L, butcher, bds 400 E Fair 

** William H, agent^ r'42 Boulevard 
Copping Claude, brickmason, r 88 Mills 
** James, brickmasdh, bds 88 Mills 
*' William H, brickmason, r 88 Mills ^ 

Coralie George, fruit and confections 30 S Pryor, r same 
Corbally John A, contractor and builder 126 Windsor, r same 
Corbel John T, tinner, ,bds 87 Piedmont ave 
Corbin Henry, c, shoemkr P C Sherriff, r rear Westview cemetery 

'< May V, (wid Charles' H), r 45 Eugenia 
Corcoran Henrietta, (wid Thomas), bds 508 Woodward ave 

** Mrs Lizzie, (wid Robert), copy holder Atl Constitution, bds 
The Ardmore 
Cordon Mrs Elizabeth, wks Atl Cotton Mills, bds 35 Hulsey 



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Cordon Richard G, artist Wm Lyeett, bds 386 Spring 
Corley Benjamin, bds 153 Randolph 

Benjamin D, helper Wingate & Mell, bds 31 Hayden 

Clement L, trav. bds 567 Marietta J 

Frank H, watchman Ga R R, bds 19 Terry 

George W, trav, r 69 Hayden 

Georgians A, (wid Wm) bds 31 Hayden 

Godfrey F, carp, r 19 Terry 

James C, elk John Neal, r 31 Hayden 

James C H, mach, r 567 Marietta 

John H, mach Winships Mach Co, r 153 Randolph 

John L, opr Postal Tel Co, bds 31 Hayden 

John T, pressman Sunny South, r 254 Chestnut 

R, pressman Franklin Publishing House 

William L, brick mason, r 13 Corley 

Wm W, elk Bates & Kingsbery Co, r 9 Orange 
Corliss Edward J, with Mrs L Condon, r 27 Garnett 
Corn S Barnard, calender elk state senate, r The Ardmore 
Cornelius Frank, r, driver Chattahoochee Brick Co 

*' Mrs Mary, teacher Georgia Baptist Home, r i Washington 
Cornett Cary, drayman bds Mrs J Cornett 

Josephine, (wid Pinkney B), r Stuart 2 e Central ave 




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Cornett Marion, driver, bds Mrs J Cornett 

*' William, wks C R Henry, bds Mrs J Cornett 
Corona Coal Co, R W Long mngr, 215 Decatur, (See centrelines) 
Corput Max V D, eng r 21 Powers 

*• Hex M, bds 21 Powers 
Corriej see also Carry 

Alexander J, foreman R & D R R, r 188 Wylie 
Arthur M, eng E T V & G R R 
Corrigan John, with A J McBride, r 115 E Fair 

Joseph M, salesman M Rich & Bro, bds 365 S Pryor 
Miss Mamie J, teacher Ira St School, bds 361 S Pryor 
Michael, r 365 S Pryor 

Thomas F, (Simmons & Corrigan) r 365 S Pryor 
Wm H, mngr Dohme & Corrigan Gro Co, bds 365 S Pryor 
Corry, .<pe also Corrie i 

'' Paul H, elk Lowry itardware Co, r 313 Boulevard 
Corsby Jake, f, wks Sciple Sons 
Cort Frank B, eng, r i Badger 

" John M, eng Fulton B & C Mills, bds i Badger 
*' Walter, elevator boy Y M C A, r i Badger 
Cosby, see al^^o Crosby 

Henry, c, wks W & A R R, r 45 Hilliard 



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'* Robert, r, horse shobr G H Irby Shoeing Shp, r 42 Ga K R 

'< Tommie A, (wid Napoleon), r 114 Courtland ave 
Cosgrove Wm A, wks Thomson-Houston Elec Co, r 296 Smipson 

' ' Wm L, sec Gate City Gas Light Co, r 660 Piedmont ave 
Cossitt Salatha A, (wid James), dressmaker, r 126 Stonewall 
Cost F B, mach Fulton B & C JVlills 
Costan Charles L, tinner Hunnicutt & Bellingrath Co, r 23 Parker 

" F M, collector PF Collier 

" Robert L, jeweler, li>ds45 Eugenia 
Costello, see aho Caxtella 

'<■ Miss Emma, elk W U Tel Co 

** Rachel, (wid Christopher), r 42 Walker 
Costner Jacob M, eng R & D R R 
Cothran Augustus, c, wks Golden Transfer Co 
Coleman, c, lab, bds 135 Peters 
Dow, lab, r 44 Humphries "^ 

5 C, flagman G C ^ N R R 

Cotter Wm B, trav Marsh; Smith & Marsh, r LaGrange 
Cottingham Harry M, genl frt & pass agt A & F R R, r 

Varina ave, S Atl 
Cottingham James) D, milk dairy 129 Whitehall, r 200 Wmdsor 

THuf anV^cVmXH^^^^^^^^ pen. AQts., 10 DECATUR ST. 

Cotton Edward Gl c, wks Gibbs Drug Co, r 56 Grady 

Frances L (Wid David G), r Old Peachtree, i s Bleckley ave 

Gilbert, r 3'Tumlin 

John W, grocer 114 S Forsyth, r 13 Hood 

Robert, boifer mkr Atl Mach Wks 

William, eng Equitable bldg 
Couch, see also Crouch . 

*' Alexander C, asst baggage master Union Depot, r 21 Gilmer 

Charles, r, lab Atl Trac Co, r rear 267 Lee, W E 

Elijah F, bailiff city court, r country 

Isaac L (Cc|uch & Belyeu), r 265 Houston 

Maxey G, collector? John J Woodside, bds 303 Simpson 

William, c, brakemin E T V & G R R, bds 308 Windsor 

6 Belyeu (t L Couch & W S Belyeu), dentists 6^ Whitehall 
Coulter Mrs Emjly A (md Frederick), (J F Coulter & Co), r 21 



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J F & Co (James F Coulter, Mrs E A Coulter), grocers 233 
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Counts Wm.G, pHnter Mut Printing Co, r 443 E Fair 
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Couper James M, mining, r 29 Ponce de Leon aye 

*« James M jr, coll elk Sou Banking & Trust Co, bds 29 Ponce 

de Leon ave ^ r rj. ua 

Course Hunter M, elk Western Assurance Co of Toronto, bds 

Leyden House 
Coursen Virginia C (wid Isaac O), r 250 Form wait 
Coursev Mrs Alice, wks Marsh, Smith & Marsh 

Charles B, mach Van Winkle G & M Co, bds 321 Simpson 
James W, driver Enterprise Coal Co, bds 321 Simpson 
John L, elk Jacob's Pharmacy, bds The Ardmore 
•• Margaret J (wid Joseph), r 321 Simpson 
Courteney Miss Anna De F, teacher Washington Seminary, 

46 Walton 
Courtney Charles E, painter Atl Coffin Fy, r 76 Thurman 

Gideon C, ladderman H & L Co No i, bds 100 W Harris 
John C, auditor W & A R R Co, r 49 ^V Baker 
Mary A (wid John B), bds 51 Savannah 
Cousins C W (Williams & Cousins), bds 116 S Pry or 
'' Henry, c, porter W S Duncan, r 137 Markham 
Covington Alex, r, wks W O Jones, r 362 Chapel 
John, c, wks W & A R R, r 430 Richardson 
Oliver, f, wks Executive saloon 
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James B, foreman F W Hart S & D Co, r 76 Violet ave 
James T, drummer Fenley Furn Co, r 118 Mangum 
Judge, c, lab, r 11 Welton alley 
Robert, c, cook H R Durand, r 34 Rawson 
Thomas M, contractor, r Poplar, near Bell wood ave 

Cowdery J Warren, millinery 299 Marietta, foreman Atl Gas Lt Co, 
r 44 Thurmond 
** Mrs J W, mngr J W Cowdery, r 44 Thurmond ' 

Cowell Robert, r, driver Woodward Lum Co, r 46 Eugenia 

Cowles, see aho Coles . 

'' Clifford A, gen Sou agt V T & G Air-Lme, r Decatur, Ga 

Cowley James H, live stock, r 88 Hood 

Cowsert Thomas H, printer Thomason & Son, r 51 Tatnall 

Cox Abram N, bailiff S H Landrum, r 42 Scott . 

'' Albert E, elk Comp Genl State Capitol, r 103 Washington 

Cox Albert H, lawyer 234 Whitehall, r 25 Houston 
Allen, c, hackman, r 44 Arthur 
Benjamin, carp, bds 40 Bartow 

Benjamin F, draughtsman J W Golucke, bds 72 Cone 
Brooker J, carrier P O, bds 94 McAfee 



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Cox Miss Carrie Lee, tchr Wallace St School, bds 148 Trinity ave 

Charles E, fireman C R R r 74 Thurmond 

C W, motorman A C St Ry Co . i 

Dock, c, drayman, r 72 Chestnut ave 

Edward, Jr, stable boss city stockade, r same 

Edward Sr, Insp Public Wks, r Howell Mill road 

Edward W, opr Ga R R, r 21 Younge 

Eleanor, <r, brick molder, r 239 Chestnut 

Mrs E B, propr The! Normandie, r same 

Floyd, carpet layer M Rich &Bro 

Frank S, elk Dobbs, Wey & Co, r W Hunter, city limits 

Fred, brkmn E T V & G R R 

George F, elk M Rich & Bro, bds 1 1 1 Capitol ave 

Miss Georgia M, folder Constitution Job ofiice, bds 42 Scott 

Harris, c, lab E T V & G R R 

Jackson L, boarding 27 Mapkham, r same 

Jacob, r, wks Bain 6f Kirkpatrick Co, r 127 Bradley 

James, fireman Met^t R R, bds 742 S Pryor 

James E, bkkpr Court House, r 58 Hulsey 

James S, cond Atl C*'n St Ry, r 12 Larkin 

John, ^, carp, r 310 Piedmont ave 
Cox John W, lawyer, 23 ^< Whitehall, 1402 Peachtree 









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Cox Joseph, wks Van Winkle G & M Co 

J A, wks Gate City Coffin Co 

Lou H, (wfid Flem) r 16 McDaniel 

Louis H, r, elk N Hplmes, r 190 Smith 

Louisa, r, laundress,! r 53 Bradley 

L A, bkkpr flv & A R R 

Mary A, (vvM Wm), bds 125 Wheat 

Mathews W,| motorman A C St Ry, r 19 Bush 

Milas, wks dapital Furniture Repair Works, r ic Gregg 

Robert, c, porter So Ex Co, r 150 Wheat 

Robert S, carrier P O, r 28 Hayden 

Roberta, c, wks M S Patterson, r 72 Chestnut ave 

Sterling A, (|lk W & A R R, bds 402 Peachtree 

Thomas E, 4 hackman, r 54 Wells 

Thomas G, pricklayer, r 94 Venable 

Virgil M, watchman W & A R R, bds 10 Newton 

Wesley, r, drayman^ r 166 Clarke 

Wesley, c, gilocer 129 Tatnall, r same 

Wm A, elk J^ D Davis, r 44 Martin 

— , c, lab, r 64 Forest ave 
Coy 671, see also Cohen 
Coyen Charles M, electrician 37 Marietta, bds 123 Nelson 



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Coyen James, r 188 E Hunter 

Cozart Hugh W, wks C R R, bds 15 McDonald 

** Samuel C, grader, r 15 McDonald 
Crabbe Benjamin F, bkkpr Atl Mach Wks, bds 156 Loyd , 

Crabtree Wm M, butcher, r 52 Ella 

Craddock Douglas, c, shoemaker, r 160 Gray ^ 

*' Jesse, Cy lab, bds 160 Gray 

" Robert, c, lab. Van Winkle G & M Co, bds 449 Davis 
Craft George, c, lab, r 151 Martin 

'* Henry T, elk J M High & Co, r 57 Eraser 
Crafts George H (Geo H Crafts & Co), r 88 Luckie 

'* George H & Co (Geo H Crafts, J H Whitner), bridge build- 
ers, 34 Fitten bldg 
Craig, see also Creig 

Andrew C, wks C R R, bds 38 Gresham 

Arthur A, bkkpr Butler & Walcott, bds 27 Markham 

Barney, mach W & A R R, r 21 Gresham 

Hill, r, lab E T V & G R R, r Arthur near Ira 

Fred W, sten Jackson & Jackson 

George, flagman C R R, bds 39 Markham 

Gussie L (wid J T), r 135 Mills 

Hugh R, mgr Markham House Billiard Room, riio S Pryor 



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James G, eng E T V & G R R, r The Ardmore 
James H L, bkkpr James Bank, r 57 Sylvan ave 
Rev John N, sec Home Mission Presbyterian church, r 220 

Capitol ave 
John N jr, reporter Atl Constitution, r 220 Capitol ave 
Joseph, c, bartender J J Hoffman & Co, r 179 E Baker 
Samuel H, mess The Bradstreet Co, r 135 Mills 
Walter C, bds no S Pryor 
Cramer, see also Kramer 

Cramer Daniel, hair dressing parlor, hot and cold baths, cigars 
4 Whitehall, r 402 S Boulevard 
** Fred, baker, r 23 Lowes al 
** Henry, cabinet mkr 555 Marietta, r same 
Crampton Charles F, draughtsman, r The Ardmore 

'* Mary, c, cook W J Gaines, r 360 Houston 
Crandall Mrs Charles, r i40>^ Whitehall 
Crane Benjamin I, trav Geo W Scott Mfg Co, r Decatur Ga 

** Charles J, (C J Crane & Co) bds 198 Edgewood ave 
Crane C J & Co, (Chas J Crane, Jas H AUensworth) real estate, 
rm 302 Equitable building 
*« David, c, lab E T V & G R R, r Wilson nr Mary 

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Crane George ^, lawyer 34^ Decatur, r Manchester 
L, wks Sou Agl Works 

Miss Mary E, wks Fulton B & C Mills, bds 79 Factory 
Rebecca, (wid Benjamin C) r 79 Factory 
Miss Rebecca, wks Fulton B & C Mills, bds 79 Factory 
Robert P, lineman Ga Electric Light Co, bds Tumlin 
Sarah C, (wid Benjamin E) r 81 Washington 
Miss Tassie, wks Fulton B & C Mills, bds 79 Factory 
Crane Thomas, lab, r 66 Henfy W E 

" Wm H, wks Fulton B &'C Mills bds 79 Factory 
Craney, see Creney 
Cranford Horace, foreman job dept Am Pub & Eng Co, bds Grant 

House 
GrankshaiVj see also Crenshaiv 

Crankshaw Charles W, Diamond Merchant, 28J Whitehall, 
bds 127 Nelson, (see adv opp) 
" Hamilton, (H Crankshaw & Co), r 127 Nelson 
** Horatio L, bkkpr H Crankshaw & Co, r 176 S Forsyth 
Crankshaw H & Co, (Hamilton Crankshaw, Leaver Richard- 
son and estate of J C" Bowen), planing mill and con- 
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Cranston Henry, life ins 4 Grant bldg r 387 Capitol ave 
Crapp EHza J, (wid James T), bds 342 Capitol ave 
Craven Alfred I, bkppr, r 51 W Fair 

Andrew J, fireman Atl Gas Lt C, r 92 Jett 

Wm R, confectioner 594 Marietta, r same 

J Willis, Cj <<farp, r 263 Crumley 
Crawford Alice, a; seartistress, r 209 Houston 

Anderson, c, wks Oakland cemetery, bds 388 Decatur 

Anderson, c, wks S S S Co, r 48 Thompsons al 

Andrew J, lab Hightower, Rankin & C>), bds 181 Peters 

Angier, c, Ub Sou Spring Bed Co, r 171 E Ellis 

Annie C, (\yid Nathaniel), r 417 Howell 

Bartow, ^, porter,^ds 137 Howell 

Ben, r, janitor 39J Whitehall, r same 

Chas F, draughtsman Bruce & Morgan, bds The Ardmore 

Edward, r,carp, r 174 Maple 

Edward, cond Met St R R, bds 46 Mills 

Edward C, wks R H Crawford, bds 422 Edgewood ave 

Emma F (wid J J), r 73J Whitehall 

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Crawford Fannie, c, washwoman, r 55 Hilliard 
Fletcher, Cj coupler E T V & G R R 
Frank A, elk W & A R R r 20 Smith 
George, c, lab, r 510 Edgewood ave 
George, <:, porter Hillyer & Lee, r 122 E Cain 
Harriet, c, r 119 Tatnall 
Harry, drummer, bds National Hotel 
Henry, c, driver O A Smith ^, 

Henry, c, wks city, r 20 Packard 
James, c, lab, r 80 Welton al 
James E, c, porter John B Daniel, r 9 Louisa al 
James M, grocer 819 Peachtree, r Bleckley ave i e Peachtree 
James M, oculist and aurist, 62 Marietta, r 273 Houston 
James W, butcher 212 E Cain, r n s Bleckley ave, 3 e 

Peachtree 
John, elk M Rich & Bro, r 30 Formwalt 
John E, coupler W & A RR, r 31 Hill ave 
John H, (Westmoreland-Crawford Drug Co) bds 273 Houston 
Joseph, c, driver Corona Coal Co, r 37 Bell 
J J, salesman Smith & Dozier, bds The Brunswick 
Kate, Cy laundress, r 37 Bell 
Mrs Lela, elk R G Dun & Co, r 233 E Hunter 



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