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Full text of "Barnwell's Atlanta city directory, and strangers' guide: also, a general firemen's, church, masonic, and Odd-fellows' record; volume I, compiled (principally in January) for the year 1867"

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BARNWELL' S 

ATLANTA CITY DIRECTOHY, 

AND 

STU^NaEHS' aXJIDE: 

ALSO, A GEi^RAL FIREMEN'S, 

CHUKCH, MASONIC, AND ODD-FELLOWS' RECORD. 



"VOI_iXJ]VLE] I. 



Compiled (Principally in January) for the Year 1867. 



BY V. T. BARNWELL. 



ATLANTA: 

INTELLIGENCER BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. 
1867. 



[the ^5E^ YORK] 
PUBLIC LIBRARY] 

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A£TOft, V-tWOX AND 
TltDEN FOOKOATIONS. 

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9 



CONTENTS. 



Preface 11 

Key to abbreviations 15 

Census of Atlanta, 16 

ATLANTA— PAST AND PRESENT. 

Condensed History ot Atlanta 17 

Corporate Limits .' 36 

Boundaries of Wards 36 

Atlanta Street Directory 37 

MUNICIPAL RECORD. 

Former Mayors of Atlanta 50 

Municipal Government for the year 1865 51 

Municipal Government for the year 1866 53 

Municipal Government, as first organized, for the year 1867 53 

Municipal Government, as re-organized, for the year 1867 386 

FIREMEN'S RECORD. 

Atlanta Fire Company, No. 1 56 

Mechanic Fire Company, No. 3 58 

Tallulah Fire Company, No. 3, (prior to Feb. 33) 59 

Tallulah Fire Company, No. 3, (officers elected Feb. 33) 388 

Atlanta Hook & Ladder Company, No. 1 60 

CHURCH RECORD. 

Wesley Chapel, Methodist Episcopal 63 

Trinity, Methodist Episcopal 67 

First Baptist 73 

Second Baptist 73 



CONTENTS. 



First Presbyterian 76 

Central Presbyterian 80 

St. Philip's, Episcopal 82 

Christian 85 

Catholic 85 

MASONIC RECORD. 

Atlanta Lodge, No. 59, F. A. M 86 

Fulton Lodge, No. 216, F. A. M 89 

Mount Zion Royal Arch Chapter, No. 16 91 

Jason Burr Council, No. 13, Royal and Select Masters 92 

Coeur do Lion Commandery, No. 4, Knights Templar 93 

White Eagle Chapter, No. 1, Rose Croix, A. A. S. R 94 

Mount Zion Council of Good Samaritans 94 

ODD FELLOWS' RECORD. 

Central Lodge, No. 28 95 

Barnes Lodge, No. 55 96 

Empire Encampment, No. 12 97 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

The Executive 99 

The Cabinet 99 

The Judiciary, (Justices of the Supreme Court) 99 

United States District Court for Georgia 99 

United States Commissioners for Georgia 100 

GEORGIA STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Executive Department 100 

State House OflBcers 100 

The Judiciary, (Justices of the Supreme Court,) 101 

Penitentiary 101 

Lunatic Asylum 101 

Coweta Circuit 101 

Officers of Fulton County 102 



CONTENTS. 



POSTAL INFORMATION. 

Letter and Newspaper postage 103 

Postage on Transient Matter 104 

Post Offices re-opened in Georgia 104 

RAILROADS— DISTANCES FROM ATLANTA. 

Western & Atlantic Railroad 107 

Atlanta & West Point Railroad 107 

Georgia Railroad 108 

Macon & Western Railroad 109 

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. 

Banks 110 

Loan and Building Associations 110 

Rates of Drayage 112 

Weights and Measures 112 

ATLANTA DIRECTORT, PROPER. 

Citizens' List, (Alphabetically arranged) 129 to 280 

Purchasers' Pilot, or Guide 113 to 128 

Appendix, (Additions and Corrections,) 281 to 288 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Allen, H. N., Watchmaker and Jeweler, 132 

American Hotel, White & Whitlock, Proprietors, 132 

Anderson, G. L. & Co., Gro. and Com. Mer., 130 

Barth, Carl F., Dealer in Pianos, 150 

Banks, Eddleman & Co., Boots and Shoes 260 

Beermann & Kuhrt, Cigars, Tobacco, etc., 134 

Bell, M. A., Atty, 132 

Bell, M. R. & Co., Gro. and Com. Mer 136-ieO 

Blanchard, M. C, Insurance Agent., 138 

BoUman, Wm., Jeweler, 178 

Boyd, W. W., Manager Georgia State Lottery, 162 

Brown & Wi'dman, I3ankers, 134 

Bm-nett, A. F. & Co., Dlrs in Ice, Fish, etc., 138 

Burns & Dwj'cr, Dlrs in Wines and Liquors, 138 

Bradbury, W. S., Sign Painter, etc., 276 

Calhoun, J. M. & Son, Attys., 172 

Campbell, J. T., Dentist, 140 

Chandler & Barrow, Masonic Regalia, etc., 142 

Clarke, T. M & R. C, Hardware, 144 

Clayton & Adair, Gro. and Com. Mer., 146 

Clayton, J. W. &. Co., Com. Mer. and Manuf. Agts., 272 

Cook, Lewis, Hardware, , 192 

Cox & Hill, Dealers in Wines and Liquors, 148 

Dill & Maier, Photographers, 168 

Earnest, E. E., Watchmaker and Jeweler, 152 

Ergenzinger, Alex., Upholsterer and dealer in Furniture, 274 

Ezzard, AVilliam, Atty, 152 

Fains & Parrott, Gro. and Com., Mer., 154 

Fan-ow, H. P., Atty, (Farrow & Simpson,) 154 

Fay & Corput, Architects, 154 

Force & Co., Boots and Shoes, 156 

Ford & Hape, Dentists, 156 

Ford & Bootb, Carriage and Wagon Makers, 158 

Frazer, George P., Dealer in Furniture, 158 

Friedman & Loveman, Dry Goods, etc., 158 

Gamer, T. S., Real Estate Agent, See Cover. 

Gartrell, L. J., Atty, (Gartrell & Jackson,) 162 

Gaskill, V. A., Atty., 163 

GuUatt, J. E., Brass Founder and Fmisher, 268 

Hape, Samuel, Dental Depot 164 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Heinz & Berkele, Gunsmiths, and Dealers in Hardware, 164 

Hilh.er, George, Atty., 173 

Holbrook, J. M., Hat and Cap Mer., 166 

Hulsey, Wm. R, Atty., 168 

Hunnicutt & B lliugrath, Coppersmiths, Gas Fitters, etc 170 

Herman, B, Watchmaker and Jeweler, 140 

James, J. H., Banker and Broker, 176 

Jenkins, J. T. & Co., Druggists, 176 

Johnson, George, Restauran , 206 

Johnson & Echols, Gro. and Com. Mer., 178 

Jack, G. AV., Confectioner, 174 

J. nes, G L., M. D., 278 

Keudiick, S. S. & Co., Carpet Dealers, 180 

King, Hardee & Co., Com. Mer., etc., 186 

Knight, G. Walton, Com. College, 182 

Knox, Mrs. W. G., Millner, -. 184 

Kuhn, F., Photographer, 180 

Ladd, A. C, Lightning Rods, 210 

Lane, O. R., Photographer, 190 

Langst'tn, Crane & Hammock, Gro. and Com. Mer., 194 

Lawshe, Er, Watchmaker and Jeweler, 188 

Lovejoy, J. H., Dealer in Wines, Liquors, etc., 196 

Lynch, M. & Co., Booksellers, 194 

Marshall, H., Dentist, 198 

Mci:amy & Co., Druggists :^200 

McCrosky, R H., Com. Mer., etc 200 

McDaniel, Strong, & Co., Com. Mer., and Dealers in Cotton,. ...202 

Massey, Swanson & Co., Druggists, 210 

Meador Brothers, Com. Mer. and Tobacco Factors, 204 

Morgan & Co., Dealers in Fm-uiture, 206 

Munday, E. W., Dry Goods, 208 

Martin, John, Pro. Tibbs House, Dalton, Ga., 278 

National Hotel, Pond & Corey, Pro., 212 

Oatman, S. B., Agt., Marble Yard, See Cover. 

Oliver & Waddail, Warehouse Mer., etc., 212 

Paige, Fleishcl & Co., Dry Goods Mer., 216 

Patillo, W. P., Insurance Agent, 216 

Pease, P. P. & Co., Gro. and Com. Mer., 214 

Peck, Thompson & Co., Dry Goods Mer., 220 

Phillips & Flanders, Dry Goods and Groceries, 218 

Planters' Hotel, Wm, O'Halloran, Pro 218 

Roberts, Reid & C)., Gro. and Com. Mer., 270 

Reeve & Co., Clothiers, 226 

Rich, Wm & Co., Dry Goods, etc., , 226 

Richards, J. J. & S. P., Booksellers, 224 

Richardson, F. M., Stoves, Tiii Ware, etc 222 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Ripley, T. R., China, Glass Ware, etc., 224 

Rogers, J. C, Grocer, etc., 220 

Scott & Freeman, Dry Goods Mer 238 

Scott, W. J., Pro. Scott's Monthly Magazine, 234 

Seago, A. K., Gro. and Com. Mer., 240 

Sharpe, George, Jr., Dealer in Liquors, etc., 228 

Sheldon & Connor, Booksellers and Stationers, 258 

Sherwood, S. B., Contractor and Builder, 226 

Silvey & Dougherty, Dry Goods Mer., 232 

Smith & Richmond, Wholesale Tobacconists, 230 

Smith, H. Foster, Author of " Science of Love, etc.," 264 

Southern Express Co., E. Hulbert, Supt., V. Dunning, Agt.,. . .242 

Talley, Brown & Co., Dry Goods Mer., 236 

Taylor & Davis, Druggists, , 244 

Tommey & Stewart, Hardware, etc., 248 

Toon, J. J., Pro. Franklin Printing House, etc., 246-250 

Wade & Kean, Grocers, etc., 262 

Wellborn, C. B., Com. Mer., and Ins. Agt., See Cover. 

Weil, S., Atty., 254 

Whitaker, Jared Irwin, Pro., Daily Intelligencer, etc., 256-266 

White, J. H. & Co., Dry Goods Mer., 254 

Whitner, J. C, Insurance Agent, See Cover. 

Willis, J. M. & Co., Brokers, 270 

Winn, E. E., Dry Goods Mer., 273 

Witt & Norman, Gro. and Co;ii. Mer., 253 

Wootten, W. J., Pro. Tenn. Sale and Lively Stables, 244 

Wylie, Johnson & Co., Gro. and Com. Mer., 262 

Zimmerman & Verdery, Gro. and Com. Mer., 370 



raEFA^CE. 



That "to the making of books there is uo end," we do 
not pretend to gainsay. It is a fact too patent to admit 
of controversy. And that some pecuniary or other ad- 
vantage is to be derived from the reading of books, how- 
ever unpretending they may be, (so long as they do not 
tend to pervert the good morals of the reader) is another 
fact equally well founded. The historian, the poet, the 
novelist, the journalist, and all other writers, have each 
for himself, to maintain, defend, and support his own pe- 
culiar vocation. It is the duty of the compiler of a work 
like this to study, and advance, as far as may be, the in- 
terests of his patrons. A reciprocity should, and gene- 
rally does, exist between the compiler and patrons of a 
Directory — decided opposition and severe criticism 
rarely coming from such as have the liberality and public 
spirit to patronize such an enterprise. We do not com- 
plain at the patronage we have thus far received, but feel 
truly thankful for the liberality manifested towards us, 
and the promptness with which most of our bills for ad- 
vertising have been cashed. We are proud to state that 
in this little volume will be found the advertisements of 
nearly all the best and most substantial business firms in 
the city. 



12 PREFACE. 



Should we meet with like siiccess in the sale of the 
book, we hope one year from date to present to the citi- 
zens of Atlanta a much larger, more accurate, and much 
more handsome edition. But to accomplish this end, it 
will require the general and united patronage of the 
citizens, and especially of the business interests of the city. 

We offer as an apology for the many typographical er- 
rors and other inaccuracies which may possibly occur in 
the lists of names, etc., the fact that there exists no gene- 
ral and well understood rule for spelling proper names. 
We have endeavorerl, as far as practicable, to give the 
names of individuals according to their own spelling. As 
to their place of residence, we have endeavored to locate 
them at such places as they have anticipated occupying 
for the year. 

For our Street Directory, we have culled information 
from various sources. Maps, city assessors, original 
property holders, surveys, etc., have been consulted while 
compiling this department. A few streets never having 
been legitimately christened, are known by two or three 
names each : in such cases we have either given the va- 
rious names, or made a choice from among them, accord- 
ing to the lights before us. We hope, therefore, it will 
prove as nearly correct as could reasonably have been ex- 
pected under the circumstances. 

We here present our acknowledgments to the gentle- 
men having charge of the books, for the names of members, 



PREFACE. 13 



and for other information relative to their respective 
Churches, Masonic and Odd Fellows' Lodges, and Fire 
Companies herein represented. Our esteemed friend, 
the accomplished scholar and gentleman. Prof. H. F. 
Smith, of Newnan, Ga., author of the " Science of Love 
in Courtship and Marriage," (an advertisement of which 
may be found on another page) is also entitled to our 
gratitude for valuable suggestions made in reference to 
this work. 

Finally, we call attention to our " Index to Advertise- 
ments," and cheerfully recommend the gentlemen whose 
names appear therein, as e'lergetic, enterprizing, liberal, 
and public spirited citizens. We bespeak for them the 
patronage of a discerning public. May their manly ef- 
forts to re-build, and make of Atlanta a great city, be 
crowned with unbounded success; and may they, them- 
selves, live to reap the greatest reward for their labors. 

The Compiler. 



ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY, 



AND 



GEI^ERAL EECORD. 



KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS. 



Agt, agent, 
al, alley- 
arch, architect, 
asst, assistant, 
atty, attorney, 
auct, auctioneer. 

b, between. 

bar k, bar keeper. 

bdg h, boarding house 

bds, boards. 

bk, book, or brick. 

b k, book keeper. 

bk m, brick mason. 

bkr, broker. 

bk sir, book seller. 

bldg, building. 

bldr, builder. 

blk s, blacksmith. 

c, or cor, corner. 

cab mkr, cabinet ma- 
ker. 

carp, carpenter. 

car mkr, carriage ma- 
ker. « 

elk, clerk. 

com, commission, or 
commercial. 

cond, conductor. 

conf, confectioner. 

cont, contractor. 

dlr, dealer 

e, east. 



emp, employee. 

eng, engineer. 

6 s, east side. 

ex, exchange, or ex- 
press. 

fam gro, family gro- 
cer. 

ft, freight. 

frmn, foreman, or fire- 
man. 

fur, furniture. 

gdr, gardener. 

gro, grocer. 

h, house. 

iusp, inspector. 

jn, or June, junction. 

jr, junior 

lab, laborer. 

m, master, or mason. 

mach, machinist. 

manuf, manufacturer. 

mer, merchant. 

mil, milliner, or mil- 
linery. 

min, mining. 

mkr, maker. 

mldr, moulder. 

n, north. 

n e, north-east. 

nee, north-east cor- 
ner. 

n s, north side. 



n w, north-west. 

n TV c, north-west cor- 
ner. 

opp, opposite. 

opr, operator. 

pat mkr, pattern ma- 
ker. 

pdlr, peddler. 

phys, physician. 

pro, proprietor. 

prov, provision. 

ptr, paintei-, or printer 

pub, publisher. 

res, residence. 

s, south. 

s e, south-east. 

see, south-east cor- 
ner. 

s s, south side. 

supt, superintendent. 

supv, supervisor. 

s w, south-west. 

s w e, south-west cor- 
ner. 

tchr, teacher. 

telgh opr, telegraph 
operator. 

tr, transfer, or trans- 
portation. 

undkr, undertaker. 

uphol, upholsterer. 

yd m, yard master. 





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CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 



In presenting to the patrons of this book a chain of 
historical facts, relative to Atlanta, we cannot conceive a 
plan we think would meet with more general favor, than 
that of giving the "Sketch of Atlanta," written for 
"Williams' Atlanta Directory," for 1859 and 1860, by 
her highly esteemed citizen, Col. G. B. Haygoocl, 
deceased, as the history alluded to, prior to that date, 
The eloquence, the brevity, the accuracy, and other 
features displayed therein, commend it as the desidera- 
twn. Were we the most eminent writer, we should 
scarcely attempt an improveinent. We only regret that 
Col. Haygood has not survived the years of calamity 
through which our city has passed since that time, and 
that a pen so feeble must continue a history so ably 
began. 

In our remarks, which follow the "Sketch," it has been 
our utmost ambition to deal out truth, without favor or 
partiality, giving such items as, in our judgment, should 
be remembered by our citizens, not that we would 
stimulate or perpetuate feelings of animosity between 
individuals or sections but that the facts may be culled 
and weighed in a sober moment — the good emulated, 
and the like evil avoided in the future. 

The following is the " Sketch" above mentioned: 

• SKETCH OF ATLANTA. 

" Atlanta is situated seven miles east south-east ofthe Chattahoo- 
chee River, on the dividing ridge between the waters of the Atlan- 
tic and the Gulf of Mexico ; on the 34th parallel ot north latitude, 
at an elevation of one thousand and fifty feet above the level of 
the sea. 

" The Ocmulgee River, which flows to the Atlantic, has its source 
in the central part of the city. The head spring of South River 
2 



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18 CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 



its principal tributary, being located within the Railroad Reserve, 
near the present Passenger Depot, its precise spot being now indi- 
cated by the large perennial cistern, between the Ilolland House 
and tlie Macon and Western Depot, on the south side of the rail- 
road track ; while Walton Spring, an early celebrity of the place, 
situated a little north of the road, flows into the Chattahoochee, 
and thence to the Gulf of Mexico ; so that here in the heart of the 
city, the marriage of the waters of the Atlantic and the Gulf might 
have been celebrated high in air, by our own engine companies, 
drawing their supplies the while, from the natural fountains, flow- 
ing thence to their flir distant destinations in the bosom of the At- 
lantic and the Gulf. But Charleston must needs go to Memphis, 
that old Ocean, pent up in hoops and staves, may be received into 
the embraces of his Amazon bride, and the "father of waters" is 
shorn of his glory, and is changed into a huge "water station" on 
the road to the West. 

" On the 21st of December, 1836, the Legislature of Georgia 
passed an Act authorizing the construction of a railroad communi- 
cation by the State, from some point on the Tennessee line, subse- 
quently extended to the Tennessee River, to some point on the 
south-eastern bank of the Chattahoochee River, which should be 
most eligible for the extension of branches thence to other impor- 
tant points in Georgia. 

" The present site of the public depot was located sometime af- 
terwards, by Wilson Lumpkin, Ex-Governor of the State, upon the 
reconimeuation of tlie Chief Engineer, Mr. C. F. M. Garnett. The 
station was called " Terminus" prior to December 23d, 1843, when 
the place was incorporated by the name of Marthasville, in compli- 
ment to Miss Martha Lumpkin, daughter of His Excellency, Gov- 
ernor Lumpkin, and whom we thus recognise as the early matro- 
nymic of the tlirifty, bustling village, the embryo city. In the 
short space of four years the village had outgrown the expecta- 
tions of its early inhabitants, and had become too fast, too gross, 
too great, and too pretentious to wear any longer, with maidenly 
modesty, the name of its fair matro-nymic; a change was demand- 
ed, and on the 29th of December, 1847, it was incorporated as a 
city by the name of Atlanta, a name which is understood to have 
been proposed by J. Edgar Thompson, at that time Chief Engineer 
of the Georgia Railroad. The signification of the name, the rea- 
sons for its adoption, and the various theories on the subject have 
now become ■& theme of inquiry and investigation not without in- 
terest. The writer has heard it claimed as due in honor to a my- 
thological goddess, Atalanta, said to have been remarkable for fleet, 
ness, strength and endurance. It was certainly a fast town then 
and may have been supposed entitled to the honor of a recognition 
by the goddess, l)y reason of its early character, and its wonderful 
achievements. The infant has become a giant, and is rapidly 



CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 19 



overcoming the obstacles to its growth and prosperity, and making 
the surrounding country, and neighboring villages, all tributary to its 
prosperity, permanency and celebrity. The name was for a short 
time written Atalanta, which seems to favor the claims of the god- 
dess. An orator of no mean pretentions, claimed for it the s'gnifi- 
cation of "A city among the hills," while a shrewd writer has de- 
clared that it was the opposite of " rus in erhi" and proclaimed it 
" the city in the woods." And its commercial and geographical 
position has recently procured for it the appellation of " The Gate 
City." 

" And still another theory is set up by some who claim for it an 
origin more worthy of its present importance as a railroad entre- 
pot and commercial emporium, taken in connection with its future 
prospects as a great railroad centre and manufacturing city. The 
great State work, connecting the western w^aters with the Atlantic, 
commencing at Chattanooga on the Tennessee River, and termina- 
ting at this point, had been nearly completed. The name " Wes- 
tern and Atlantic Railroad " had been given to it by the Legisla- 
ture of Georgia, and it was not inaptly considered the great con- 
necting artery through which must pass the incalculable mass of 
produce, manufactures, and commerce from the great valley of the 
West, and the Atlantic coast, and the imports from abroad passing 
thence to the far West. 

" Atlanta had been permanently fixed as the south-eastern ter- 
minus of that great State work, and gave a local idea to its eastern 
terminus, and that idea represented or qualified by the adjective 
Atlantic, was incomplete of itself, but clearly pointed to something 
more definite, and the mind is put upon the inquiry for the thing 
signified. The connections by rail from Charleston by way of Au- 
gusta, and from Savannah by way of Macon, had both been com- 
pleted to this point. These roads had been gradually ascending 
the hills from the coast, in search of a " north-west passage," they 
had searched the hills upon which the city stands, and here they 
met the Western and Atlantic road, just emerging from the wilds 
of the north-west, seeking by a sinuous and difficult ascent from the 
Western Valley, for a highway to the Atlantic. They met together 
in our streets, they embraced each other upon these headlands ot 
the Atlantic. 

"These Atlantic head-lands, when embodied in the noun Atlanta, 
to our mind, meets the demand, and represents the ideal of the 
thing sought after, and the mind rests upon it as the thing signified 
by the several indices pointing to Atlanta as the proper name for 
such a city, in such a place. This we now state to the public as 
the true derivation, sustained by the facts in the case. 

"Atlanta lias had a growth unexampled in the history of the 
South. In 1854, the population had reached 6,025. The increase 
for several years has averaged 1,000 per annum. On the first of 



20 CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 



April, 1859, it is ascertained by the census taken under tlie State 
authority, to be 11,500 souls. 

" Tlie assessed value of the real estate in the city the present year, 
1859, is $2,760,000, and the personality, cash, merchandise, etc., in 
proportion. 

" The number of stores in 1854, was 57, exclusive of drinking sa- 
loons. Tlie amount of goods sold in 1853, was $1,017,000, and 
amount sold in 1858 is not known with accuracy, but is believed to 
have been about $3,000,000, and is now rapidly increasing. It is 
now widening and extending the area of its supply on every side. 
Dry goods are sold to the country for over one hundred miles 
around, on terms as favorable to purchasers as the retail markets 
of the great northern cities, New York itself not excepted, and still 
our merchants are prosperous, thrifty and energetic. No respecta- 
ble house here had to suspend during the severe crisis in commer- 
cial affairs in 1857 and 1858. 

" The great secret of the safety, success, and independence of con- 
vulsions, is to be found in the fact that sales are made at low rates, 
almost entirely for cash, and the profits, though small in detail, are 
often repeated, and amount to a vast sum in the aggregate : a few 
have fallen by unfortunate speculations. 

" The number of stores and other business houses at present is un- 
known to the writer. Nineteen commodious brick strres were 
erected in 1858, and as many more are now in progress of erection 
in 1859, besides a large number of fine dwellings, mostly of brick ; 
many of the new improvements are imposing structures, and would 
be creditable in the elegant portions of any of our modern cities. 

" There are at present four capacious hotels, now open, and in 
successlul operation, and another still more extensive, is nearly 
completed, designed, we understand, chiefly for the accommoda- 
tion of families, hitherto a felt necessity in the city. 

" Tiie city now has in successful operation four large and flour- 
ishing machine shops, two of these are connected with railroad 
companies, and two belong to private companies, where stationar}' 
engines, mill gearing, with almost every variety of castings, and 
machinery are manufactured at short notice. Two planing mills, 
and sash and blind factories are also in successful operation, be- 
sides there are various smaller manufacturing establishments in the 
city ; three or four tanneries, one or two shoe manufactories, be- 
sides several smaller establishments. The most important estat)lish- 
ment in the place is the rolling mill, for the manufacture of railroad 
iron, which is capable of turning out thirty tons of railroad iron of 
superior quality. 

"The clothing trade has become an item of no inconsiderable 
importance within the last few years, and presents some new fea- 
tures when contrasted with any other southern cities of equal size 
and age. The manufacture of clothing in this city is a decided 



CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 21 



success, and has increased with an unparalleled rapidity for a southern 
city. In 1854 five hands were employed in the manufacture of 
clothing, the number now thus employed exceeds seventy-five, the 
larger portions of whom are females. The clothing made here has 
been received with flivor by the public, and is believed to have 
attracted much acteution to the wholesale trade of the city in 
that article. In this connection, it may be stated that this is 
the great southern depot for the sale of the most approved models 
of sewing machines, the use of which, extensively, has doubtless 
added greatly to the trade in the clothing department. 

" The city was first brilliantly lighted with gas, manufactured 
from Georgia, Alabama, and Teunessee coal, on the 25th of De- 
cember, 1855. 

"The incorporated shape of the city is a circle two miles in diam- 
eter, with a handle of half a mile in length, and six hundred yards 
wide along the line of the Macon and VVestern Railroad. It cov- 
ers a portion of sixteen original land lots, each of which was laid 
off upon a plan to suit the views of tlie respective owners, and 
hence our streets are not all so regular in width and uniform in di- 
rection as is desirable — many of tnem being much too narrow for 
public convenience. 

"The City Hall and County Court House is a convenient, com- 
modious, and handsome structure, erected in 1854 and 1855, at a 
cost of a little over |30,000. It is 70 by lOO'feet in size, two stories 
high, of fine architectural proportion and design, well adapted to 
the uses intended, is elegantly finished throughout, surmounted by 
an imposing dome,' and is alike creditable to the city and the artist, 

" The Medical College is now in its fifth course" ot lectures, all 
delivered in the summer, with a larger class than any former one — 
numbering one hundred and fifty-six students: has had its day of 
probation, trial and difficulties; "but it is now a decided success, and 
its enemies and rivals have almost ceased to persecute it. It has 
an able and efficient faculty, and a very complete chemical apa- 
ratus, and is collecting a very respectable museum. 

" The geographical position of Atlanta being nearly in the cen- 
tre of the southern section of the American Union, at the point of 
the great railroad crossings in a right line from New York to New 
Orleans, and nearly equi-distant from each; four prominent lines 
of railroad all centering here, and pouring into the depots and 
warehouses of the city an amount of trade, and transporting 
throughit a vast tide of travel : situated, too, just upon the dividing 
line between the cotton and grain sections of" the State, altogether, 
give to Atlanta facilities for receiving and distributing the produc- 
tions and the commerce of the country from one section to another, 
greater than can be claimed for any other inland city in the South. 
Atlanta is now connected by rad with Chattanooga, Nashville, 
Memphis, and thence with the Upper Mississippi, also, with Loudon 



22 CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 



and Kuoxville, Tennessee; Lynchburg, Virginia; and thence 
with the great lines North and east ; on the south-west with Mont- 
gomery by rail, thence by water with Mobile, New Orleans, and all 
the Lower Mississippi ; also with Columbus and all south-western 
Georgia, and Savannah, and the Atlantic, through Macon. By the 
Georgia Railroad with Augusta, Charleston, Columbia, Greenville, 
most of the prominent places in North and South Carolina, Vir- 
ginia, and the great Northern cities. Another Railroad is now 
in projection, and considerable progress made towards its accom- 
plishment, in the direction of Anderson Court House, South Caro- 
lina, through the beautiful and productive territory, known as North- 
east Georgia; and another, still, has been chartered from this point 
to the great and inexhaustable coal fields of North-eastern Ala- 
bama, destined to supply fuel and motive power to the teaming 
millions that shall inhabit these lands for untold ages. Forty-tour 
freight and passenger trains arrive and depart daily from the city. 

" The city now contains thirteen Christian churches ; and one 
more has been recently projected. 

" It is not believed that any other city in the country is blessed 
with greater or better facilities for procuring building materials, 
the supply of granite near at hand, of a quality peculiarly adapted 
to building purposes, is literally inexhaustible ; bricks of good qual- 
ity are made in and around the city on reasonable terms. Lumber 
of good quality is also obtained at reasonable prices ; lime is pro- 
duced in any desirable quantity near at hand. 

" The population of the city is remarkable for its activity and 
enterprise. Most of the inhabitants came here lor the purpose of 
bettering their fortunes by engaging actively in some kind of busi- 
ness, and this presents the anomaly of having very few aged per- 
sons residing in it ; and our people show their democratic impulses 
by each allowing his neighbor to attend to his own business, and 
our ladies even are allowed to attend to their own domestic and 
household affairs without being ruled out of respectable society. 

" The mechanical element prevails in our city, and the major 
part of them are enterprising, thrifty and prosperous men, who 
are rapidly rising in the public esteem. 

"The health of the city is almost unprecedented, being entirely 
exempt from the usual summer and fall fevers, cholera, &c. No 
epidemic has ever prevailed here, and the bills of mortality show a 
state of health almost without a parallel. 

" The city is chiefly supplied with the very best free stone water, 
from wells usually from thirty to forty feet deep, though a very 
great number of excellent springs are found within the city limits. 
Among these we may not omit to mention the Chalybiate Spring 
in the western part of the city, which has within a few years at- 
tracted the public attention, and now forms one of the inducements 
for the sojourn in our city of those in search of health. 



CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 23 



" The public spirit of some of our citizens has recently projected 
considerable improvements at this point, whereby its attractions 
are greatly increased, and it is rapidly becoming a place of public 
resort. All things considered, we may safely assert the prophecy 
of that far-seeing statesman, John (J. Calhoun, is in process of 
rapid fulfillment, who predicted, while passing through the place 
in 1847, that it was destined ultimately to become the largest inland 
city of the South. 

" Tiiis hasty sketch has been prepared under very unfavorable cir- 
cumstances, in the midst of severe family afflictions, and other press- 
ing engagements, and will doubtless be found defective in many 
particulars, but it was called for in haste, and is given to the public, 
without further apology for what it is worth. G. B. H." 

It will be seen from the foregoing, that Atlanta has, in 
the way of improvement, far exceeded the expectations 
of the most sanguine of its early settlers. In 1843 it 
was incorporated merely as a village, and in 1847, a lapse 
of only four years time, it had grown to such an extent 
as to demand the charter of a city. By the year 1859, 
twelve years more, she had attained a population of 
12,000 ; presenting to the world a scene of unparalleled 
energy, enterprise, and prosperity. The real estate in the 
city, as assessed in 1859, amounted to nearly $3,000,000 ; 
personal property, cash, and other items of value in 
proportion : including almost every article of wealth 
known to the world. From the little " Village in the 
Woods," of a sparce populatien, supplied with pro- 
visions mainly from the countryman's cart, and clothed in 
the handiwork of our own noble women, Atlanta gra- 
dually, but rapidly, sprang up, until in 18G0 to 1862, the 
minor means of transportation had been nearly sup- 
planted by the huge "Iron Horse," bringing inextiaust.i- 
ble supplies of provisions, &c., from more fertile regions, 
and our fair ladies relieved of the arduous task of manu- 
facturing their own fabrics, by the importation, directly 
or indirectly, of dry goods, and the various articles of 
wear, from almost every market in the world. 

" But riches make to themselves wings and fly away." 
Prosperity is alike uncertain to countries, kingdoms, 



24 CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 



cities, and individuals ; and Atlanta has not proved her- 
self an exception to this general rule. From 1862, with 
no other apparent reason than the darkening of the 
political horizon, and the threatening aspect of the clouds 
of war, improvement in this hitherto enterprising and 
prosperous city, was considerably checked, except in 
point of popuh\tion. About this time, the attention of 
our best manufacturing establishments was diverted 
from their legitimate business (that of domestic articles) 
to the manufacture of the various appliances of war. 
Would that we could, with propriety, avoid referring to 
so terrible a calamity. But we must act impartially. 
We must state the facts, to the best of our knowledge 
and belief, painting them in no gaudy hues, that each, in 
its place, may bear the impress of truth. 

Atlanta advanced very little, except in population, 
from 1862 until after its destruction; but it increased 
very materially in this respect, reaching, perhaps, 20,000 
to 22,000 souls — many of whom were only transcient 
employees and attachees of the Confederate Government, 
whose business was the manufacture of various articles 
and implements of war. There were, during the three 
years, from the commencement of 1862 to the time the 
city was occujDied by the United States Army, manufac- 
tured in Atlanta, almost every article known in the annals 
of American ^^ arfare — from Held ordnance to a first class 
revolver. Also, ammunition of every description from 
the largest shell to percussion caps, balls, &c. Swords, 
sabres, and in fact, almost every instrument destructive 
of human life, were made in great variety and abundance. 
To these manufacturiug, war interests, is attributable 
the large increase of population during the years to which 
we have above alluded ; and, had not the city been 
destroyed, there would not have returned to Atlanta, 
after the surrender of Generals Lee and Johnston, nearly 
so many as were here prior to the commencement of the 
siege; perhaps not more than 18,000 to 20,000. Many 
good citizens, however, from Tennessee, Kentucky, and 



CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 25 



other States, have returned, and made Atlanta their per- 
manent home. 

This city was kept under strict martial law by the Con- 
federate authorities from April 18G2, until occupied by 
the United States forces. It was, also, headquarters for 
Quartermaster and Commissary-stores, hospitals, tfcc, for 
the Confederate Array ot Tennessee, from March 1862, 
until they were removed for safety, by order of General 
Joseph E. Johnston. During this time, many of the 
mo?t prominent buildings, public and private, were used 
— impressed when necessary — for hospitals. Government 
store?, <fcc. Among the buildings thus used, were the 
Empire House, American Hotel, (then known as Gate 
City) the Medical College, Female Institute, Kile's Build- 
ing, Hayden's Hall, and Concert Hall ; the Gate City 
Hotel being latteraly used as the Distributing Hospital. 
There were also established large hospital accommoda- 
tions at the Fair Ground, and a convalescent camp near 
Mrs. Ponder's residence, on the "VV. & A. Railroad. The 
Confederate barracks, for this post, was west of Peach- 
tree street, north of, and not far distant from the Walton 
Spring. 

Atlanta being the great hospital depot for the above 
mentioned array, during the campaign from Chattanooga 
to this city, in the Spring and Summer months of 1864, 
especially, the most intense anxiety and solicitude pre- 
vailed among our citizens. Great numbers of sick and 
wounded soldiers, daily arriving at the Passenger Depot, 
were met by the ladies of our iirst families, with baskets 
filled with such delicacies, &c., as were most needed by 
them. It is estimated that, from time to time, during the 
war, there were in hospital at this place not less than 
80,000 Confederate soldiers, and that of this number 
about 5,000 died ; 4,600 of whom were buried in the City 
Cemetery. There were probably 2,500 Federals, also, in 
hospital at this place, about 150 of whom were buried in 
the City Cemetery. 

Up to this date, the remains of over 1,300 Federal 



26 CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 



soldiers, including those buried in the Cemetery, and over 
800 from the battle-field of Peachtree Creek, have been 
exhumed, and removed to the National Cemetery at Ma- 
rietta, or to their homes. 

From the time the contending armies crossed the Chat- 
tahoochee river, which was about the loth of July 1864, a 
state of panic existed, and the greatest confusion prevailed, 
until a great many non-combatants had retired from the 
city. Every available means of conveyance was either 
impressed by t'le Confederate authorities, or employed 
at exhorbitant prices, in removing the effects of such 
citizens as were able to obtain railroad transportation for 
the same. 

To such as remained, for want of transportion, or 
for any other reason, until after the bombardment of the 
city by the United States artillery, had fairly commenced, 
a scene at once fearful and sublime was presented. Huge 
bumbs, and smaller shell, presenting, in the darkness of 
night, the appearance of glaring comets or meteors, fly- 
ing in every direction, bursting and dealing death and 
destruction amidst zealous firemen, soldiers, and citizens 
w'l') were striving to extinguish the fiendish flames of a 
burning city, and driving,'with precipitate movement, our 
frantic women and children into rude " holes in the 
ground," hastily prepared for their preservation, is a 
sketch of the facts — much too feeble and inadequate — of 
one of a series of evening entertainments given the 
citzens of Atlanta during the month of August 1864. 

Atlanta was bombarded, at intervals, from about the 
20th of July 1864, until evacuated by the Confederates. 
Latteraly, even the women and children became, appa- 
rently, regardless of these missiles ot death, and children 
were not debarred of their usual amusements on account 
of their frequent visits. Comparatively few casualties 
occurred among the citizens during the contest for 
Atlanta. Most of the non-combatants were permitted to 
survive these terrible scenes, and to leave the city before 
the work of destruction had advanced to its full extent. 



CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 27 



During the siege, there were thrown up^ by the con- 
tending parties, continuous lines of fortifications around 
the entire city — a distance of at least eight or ten miles — 
in and near which were fought some of the most san- 
guinary battles of the war. In an engagement, near 
Peachtree Creek, on the 20th of July, the Confederates 
lost, killed and wounded, not less than 1,500, and the 
Federals lost, perhaps, as many. In another battle, 
extending from the Rolling Mill, on the Georgia Rail- 
road, to Decatur, the Confederates lost about 2,000, and 
the Federals 3,600. There were other hotly contested 
engagements around the city, in which great numbers 
were killed and wounded on both sides — the final and de- 
cisive battles being fought at Jdnesboro, August 31st and 
September 1st, in which the Confederate loss was very 
heavy, while that of the Federal army was much less. 
The whole number killed and wounded around Atlanta, 
from the time the armies crossed the Chattahoochee river 
until the city was invested by the United States Army, 
including the Jonesboro battles, is unknown to the 
writer, but must have been at least 18,000 to 20,000 
Confederates, and as many Federals. 

How quickly fade from the memory of man impres- 
sions made by the contemplation of such a scene ! Yet, 
the citizens of this bustling city, however heedless they 
may be, sleep nightly in the midst of one vast grave- 
yard. Friend and. foe lie shoulder to shoulder, and will 
take up arms against each other no more ; but must one 
day stand together before their Creator. Let us hope 
they died with such charitable feelings, and with such 
faith in their Saviour, as shall secure to them the salva- 
tion of their immortal spirits. 

Before the evacuation of the city by the Confederate 
General Hood's army, the Rolling Mill, formerly owned 
by Messrs. Markham & Schofield, on the Georgia Railroad, 
about one hundred cars, and a great deal of ammunition, 
and other army supplies, were destroyed, and the rail- 
roads torn up to a considerable extent. On the morning, 



28 CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 



and until night, of the 1st of September, 1864, Maj. 
Gen. Stewart's Corps, Gen. Ferguson's Brigade of Cav- 
alry, and the Georgia State Militia, were in the city, and 
a corps, under command of Gen. S. D. Lee, came witliin 
six miles of Atlanta, (to Mr. Killis Brown's, on South 
river,) in the afternoon. Gen. Slocum's command were at 
the Chattahoocheii river, eight miles distant. At night, 
the Confederate forces were withdrawn from the city, 
and the following day, the Hon. J. M. Calhoun, then 
Mayor of Atlanta, with a committee of some twelve 
citizens, after going more than two miles up the Marietta 
road, and first meeting with a Captain Scott, obtained an 
interview with Col. John Coburne, of Lidianapolis, 
Indiana, the substance of which we give below : 

After having been introduced by Capt. Scott, Mayor 
Calhoun said : " Col. Coburne, the fortunes of war have 
placed Atlanta in your hands. As Mayor of the city, I 
come to ask protection for non-combatants and for pri- 
vate property." To this Col. Coburne replied : " We did 
not come to make war on non-combatants, nor on private 
property: both shall be respected and protected by us." 
On this day, also, the command of Gen. Slocum regularly 
invested the city, Gen. W. T. Sherman, himself, coming 
in September 7th. On the morning of the 3d, the above 
remarks, on the part of Mayor Calhoun, were, by 
request, reduced to writing, and addressed to Gen. Ward, 
instead of Col. Coburne ; but the reply was not reduced 
to writing. 

The headquarters of Gen. Sherman was at the resi- 
dence of Judge R. F. Lyon, corner Mitchell and Wash- 
ington streets. Gen. Thomas' headquarters was at the 
residence of Mr. M. Meyers, on Feachtree street ; Gen. 
Geary's at Mr. E. E. Rawson's, on Pryor ; Gen. Stan- 
ley's at the residence of Mr. Lewis Scofield, on Feachtree 
street ; and Gen. Slocum's at Wm. II. Dabney's, on Wash- 
ington street. The best store-houses, on the main bnsi- 
ness streets, the hotels. Medical College, City Hall, 
Female Institute, and other houses, were used, in turn, 



CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 29 



by the Federal army, as store-houses, hospitals, &c., 
during their occupancy of the city. 

According to orders issued on the subject, soon after 
the entrance of the United States army into Atlanta, 
commenced the work of tearing down such houses as 
were found unoccupied, and not required for hospitals, 
store-houses, headquarters, or other army purposes, as 
they stood, ana the conversion of the same into small, 
compact -cabins — with chimneys and glass windows in 
many instances — to be used as quarters by the United 
States soldiery. 

About the lOth ot September, Gen. Sherman issued an 
order requiring the evacuation of the city by all citizens, 
except those who engaged themselves as employees ot 
the United States Government, as mechanics, clerks, 
watchmen, &c., allowing all to go South who wished to 
do so, and sending others beyond the Ohio river. This 
required an armistice of ten days, which was agreed upon 
by Generals Sherman and Hood. Mr. James M. Ball, and 
our late lamented fellow-citizen, James 11. Crew, acting 
as a committee, appointed for that purpose by His Honor, 
Mayor Calhoun, carried the above order, and also a pro- 
position for an armistice, from Gen. Sherman to Gen. 
Hood, whose headquarters was then one mile below 
Lovejoy's Station, on the Macon & Western Railroad. 
It is also due to Mr. Ball, and other gentlemen coopera- 
ting, whose names are not known to the writer, as well 
as to the memory of Mr. Crew, to remark, in this con- 
nection, that they rendered assistance eminently valuable 
to the citizens, in the removal of their effects from the 
city. Col. LaDuke, Q. M., U. S. Army, from Minne- 
sota, and other officers of the Federal army, rendered 
every possible assistance. The Federals furnished the 
citizens transportation to Rough and Ready, on the 
Macon & Western Railroad, and tho Confederates from 
thence to Macon, and other points. Having only ten 
days time to complete the evacuation of a city of 20,000 
population, and considering the distance, scanty means of 



30 CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 



transportation, the great excitement and confusion, 
natural on such an occasion, it is not strange that a great 
deal of private property, (furniture, &c.,) should be left 
unprotected. Much of the furniture, according to an 
arrangement between Gen. Sherman and Mayor Calhoun 
was collected and dej^osited in the Second (Trinity) M. 
E. Church, and protected by Gen. Sherman, during his 
occupancy of the city. This Church-full, however, consti- 
tuted scarcely a tithe of the vast amount of furniture 
left here by the exiled citizens. 

About the loth of November 1864, Gen. Sherman 
found it expedient to divide his army, sending a portion 
of it, under command of Gen. Thomas, up the Western & 
Atlantic Railroad, and into Tennessee, for the pur])ose of 
intercepting and thwarting the designs of Gen. Hood, 
who had, by this time, instituted a flank movement in 
that direction, while he, with the remainder of his army, 
made his way to the sea coast, at Savannah, Georgia. 

Before evacuating the Post of Atlanta, it was thought 
advisable, by officers commanding the United States 
array, to destroy the city, which was almost completely 
accomplished. There was scarcely one stone left upon 
another. Some of the buildings, the Macon & Western 
Railroad Depot, the Car Shed, or General Passenger 
Depot, (one of the finest in the United States,) the Geor- 
gia Railroad Bank Agency building, the Georgia Railroad 
Depot and Machine Shop, the Western & Atlantic Rail- 
road Depot and Shops, and other buildings required more 
powerful agents of destruction than fire, and were either 
battered down with battering-rams, or blown up with 
gunpowder. The churches destroyed were Dr. Quin- 
tard's Episcopal, corner Bridge and Walton streets ; the 
Protestant Methodist, corner Forsyth and Garnett ; 
Evans Chapel, M. E,, on Nelson street ; the Christian 
Church, on Decatur street, and Payne's Chapel, M. E., on 
Marietta street. The Female College did not escape the 
flames. All the railroads and shops, and every foundry, 
machine shop, planing mill, &c., were completely 



CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 31 



consumed by fire, or otherwise ingeniously destroyed. 
The Atlanta Gas Works, built years ago, at an immense 
cost, were also destroyed, as if to make the dismal aspect 
more hideous by the darkness of night. In fact, such a 
destruction of public and private property has not been 
witnessed in any city during the war, except, perhaps, 
Columbia, South Carolina. 

The Masonic Hall, a fine, three story brick building, on 
Decatur street, by the interposition of members of the 
fraternity, in the United States army, was preserved. 
Several good buildings on Alabama street, east of Pryor, 
including the Gate City Hotel, were also saved. To 
Maj. Gen. O. O. Howard, is said to be due the preserva- 
tion of the valuable residences left on Peachtree street. 
Through the instrumentality of Father O'Rielly, and 
of Gen. Slocum, the Catholic Church, Second Baptist, 
Second Methodist, (Trinity,) Second Presbyterian, and 
St. Philip's, (Episcopal — much damaged,) together with 
the City Hall, and other valuable property in that 
vicinity, were preserved. Dr. N. D'Alvigny interceded 
for the Medical College, which was, also, spared. Other 
persons, not known to the writer, doubtless, saved 
valuable property, and should long be remembered as 
public benefiictors. 

By those who returned to Atlanta soon after its destruc- 
tion, a disgusting and heart-sickening scene was wit- 
nessed. Ruin, death, and devastation met the eye on 
every hand. The legions of carrion crows and vultures, 
whose vocation it might have been to hover over and 
pick at the decaying carcasses of animals that lay among 
the scarred and broken walls of our ruined city, were 
surpassed by the hosts of Georgia's own sons, who might, 
otherwise, have been styled our brothers, congregated 
here from a distance of fifty miles, in every direction — 
not to guard unprotected property — but, many of them, 
to steal, and haul away the effects of their absent and 
unfortunate countrymen. There were, also, numerous 
packs of dogs, that had become wild, on account of the 



32 CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 



absence of their masters, attacking citizens, and belching 
forth their frightful howls, as if to render the scene still 
more fearful, gloomy, and desolate. 

During the months of December and January, after 
the destruction of the city by the Federals, some of the 
citizens, who went South, returned home. A few found 
shelter in their own houses, while the majority of them 
were compelled to take up their abode in the houses of 
other parties, or live in tents with their fainalies. The 
destitution consequent upon the scarcity of provisions 
and fuel, and the utter worthlessness of Confederate cur- 
rency, during the winter months of 1864 and 1865, pro- 
duced an amount of suffering beyond the comprehension 
of most persons who did not witness the facts. For 
want of teams, some parties were forced to carry their 
fuel a distance of nearly a mile, and many suffered 
severely from both hunger and cold. But they managed 
to survive the winter, and some had, by the spring fol- 
lowing, accumulated considei-able little stores. On the 
surrender and parole of Lee's and Johnston's armies, 
however, as the soldiers were passing through Atlanta, 
en route for their homes, they made free with everything 
that came in their way, leaving many, again, utterly des- 
titute. So much for war, which, under every circum- 
stance, and for whatever cause, is demoralizing in its ten- 
dencies — rendering in some instances, the best men inca- 
pable of performing an act of kindness, or even of admin- 
istering simple justice to his fellow man. 

Atlanta, during the year 1865, presented quite a pic- 
turesque appearance. There might have been seen small 
houses, put up in many instances expressly for rent, 
which presented the appearance of having been built of 
the remnants of half-a-dozen houses. Calico fences, too, 
still remain quite fashionable in some localities. But, it 
is to be hoped that the city will outgrow the effects of 
the war, and that at an early day her citizens may again 
become comfortably situated, and that good feelings, and 
a disposition to encourage and foster each others interests, . 



CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 33 



may be cultivated by them. Then may we hope, and 
expect to see education advanced, fraternity revived, 
Christianity practiced, and society much improved and 
benefitted. 

Atlanta has, already, made rapid strides in the way of 
improvement. There were licensed by the City Council, 
during the last six months of the year 1865, about three 
hundred and thirty-eight business firms, representing 
various branches of trade — nearly all of whom com- 
menced on very small capital, occupying shanties as store- 
houses. There was very little manufacturing done in 
Atlanta in 1865. Planing mills, &c., were much needed 
to assist in the work ot rebuilding the city : among the 
first of such establishments put into operation was that 
of Hoge, Mills & Co., on Marietta street. Others of a 
similar character rapidly sprang up The several railroad 
companies went to work in good earnest, repairing iheir 
respective roads, and rebuilding their depots and shops, 
and at this time, they are all in comparatively good con- 
dition. Foundries aad machine shops were established ; 
first-class business houses took the place of the shanty 
substitutes which had at first been thrown up by the 
impoverished citizens, and large stocks of goods soon 
found their way into them. 

The city fathers, too, went to work with great energy. 
Two neat and tastily arranged market houses were 
soon completed ; the bridge across the Macon & Western 
and Western & Atlantic Railroads, near the site of the 
old market house, was rebuilt, and Broad street opened 
from Alabama to Mitchell, and widened from Alabama to 
Peach tree street. The City Cemetery received their early 
attention, and has been re-fenced, enlarged, and other- 
wise improved. The streets of the city, though filled 
with huge heaps of rubbish less than two years ago, have 
been put in a fair condition. The incorporate limits have 
been extended so as to enclose the area of a circle three 
miles in diameter, the center of which is still located 
near the General Passenger Depot. They have also 
3 



84 CONDENSED HISTORY OP ATLANTA. 



provided a place for the 31. & W. 11. R. Depot, at the 
coiner of M. & W. Raih-oad and Mitchell street, for 
which they have taken in exchange the site on which 
stood the old Depot, corner Railroad and Whitehall 
street — making a decided improvement by this transac- 
tion. The Gas Works have also again been put inte 
operation ; and at this time the city is tolerably well 
lightged. The Rolling Mill, owned by Messrs. Markh^m 
& Schofield during the first years of the war, having 
been des^troyed, has not yet been rebuilt. Another, how- 
ever, on a very extensive scale, has been erected, and put 
into operation, on the W. & A. Railroad, near the city, 
under the fir. a name of the " Atlanta Rolling Mill & 
Mining Company, by John D. Gray, A. Alexander, and 
others. There are, also, in Atlanta, three Iron and Brass 
Foundries, seven Machine Shops, (including those in con- 
nection with Railroads,) and three large Sash, Door, and 
Blind Manufactories, besides other and smaller manufac- 
turing establishments. 

The printing, publishing, and, also, the educational 
interest of the city deserve notice. We have at this time 
three daily newspapers, one large weekly literary paper, 
one monthly Medical Journal, and one large monthly 
magazine ; also, several large job offices, and two book- 
binderies. All these establishments seem to be well con- 
ducted, and in a prosperous condition. The Medical 
College has been rt-fitted, and will doubtless soon 
become eminently successful and popular. The cause of 
education, generally, is attracting attention. We have 
already several good schools, notwithstanding the absence 
of appropriate buildings for that ])urpose, and we hope 
some practicable system of free school education, both 
mental and manual, will at an early day, be established, 
that the poor children who are learning nothing but beg- 
garly and vicious habits on our streets, may be taught 
that they were created for more noble and glorious 
purposes. 

The number of stores on the business streets will reach 



CONDENSED HISTORY OF ATLANTA. 35 



at least two hundred and fifty — mostly brick buildinpjs. 
The assessed value of the real estate in the city in 1866, 
was over $7,000,000, and the amount of goods sold is 
estimated at $4,500,000. The population of the city, as 
shown by the census just taken, under direction of the 
City Council, is 10,940 whites, 9,288 blacks, nine hun- 
dred and twenty-eight (nearly five per cent, of the whole 
number) being widows and orphans ; four hundred and 
forty-nine of whom are widowa and orphans of Con- 
federate soldiers — the aggregate showing a population 
of 20,228 souls. 

It will be seen that this city, within the past two years, 
has risen out of her own ashes, to the populous, mercan- 
tile, and manufacturing Atlanta of 1861 and 1862. Her 
future, who can foresee ? The tides of immigration tad 
of improvement still continue to flow in her favor. The 
two new railroads to this city, in contemplation before 
the war, will probably be completed at an early day. 
The Georgia Air Line Railroad will, we are advised,- be 
in running order as far as Gaiusville, Hall county, within 
the year 1868. The grading on this road will be com- 
menced, between this point and Gainsville, in March or 
April next. From the history of the past, we may, with 
a degree of certainty, anticipate the effects that Avill be 
produced on this city by the completion of these roads. 
On the railroad and manufacturing interest of Atlanta, 
and the mineral resources of Upper Georgia — which are 
now rapidly being developed — and not on agriculture, (lor 
the surrounding country is comparatively poor,) must 
this city base her hopes of prosperity. Success attend 
them ! and may we not again be cursed by the demorali- 
zing and destructive tendencies of war, but continue, as 
a community, to march onward and upward in every 
en lobliog cause, until Atlanta shall have become one of 
iha great cities of the continent. 



CORPORATE LIMITS. 



Tlie Incorporation Line of the city of Atlanta, as ex- 
tended by an Act of the General Assembly of the State 
of Georgia, approved March 12th, 1866, incloses the area 
of a perfect circle three miles in diameter, the centre of 
which is located near the General Passenger Depot. 



BOUNDARIES OF WARDS. 



Atlanta is laid off into five Wards bounded as follows, 
to-wit : 

First Ward :— On iSTorth by W & A R R, East by 
Whitehall Street, and on the South and West by corpo- 
ration line. 

Second Wakd : — On North by W & A and Ga Rail 
Road, East by Calhoun and McDonough Streets, West by 
Whitehall Street, and Sonth by corporation line. 

Third Ward :— On North by Ga R R, West by Cal- 
houn and McDonough Streets, and on the South and East 
by corporate line. 

Fourth Ward :— On South T)y Ga R R, West by Ivy 
Street, and on the North and East by corporate line. 

Fifth Ward : — On South by W & A R R, East by 
Ivy Street, and on the North and West by corporate line. 



ATLANTA STREET DIRECTORY. 



Note.— In order to reduce the following to practice, when you wish to find a 
given street, first turn to the street 3011 wish to fmd, and note the direction 
in which it runs, then turn to a street with which you are acquainted, and 
which crosses the given street : follow it from a well known point, observing 
all the crossings, until you come to the proper street; 

Thus, Ellis street runs east and west : Now trace Calhoun north-east from 
Decatur, crossing Gilmer and Jenkins to Junction of CoUege'and Line, thence 
north, crossing Wheat and Houston, to Ellis, and you are at the corner of Cal- 
houn and Ellis. 

Alabama. — First South of Passenger Depot, and North 
of Hunter. From M. & W. R. R, East; crosses For- 
syth, Broad, Whitehall, Pryor, and Lloyd, to Washing- 
ton. 

Alexander. — First North of Simpson, and South of Mills. 
From Peachtree West ; crosses Spring, Williams, 
Orme, Hayden, Hull, and Luckie, to Marietta. 

Baker. — First South of Simpson^ and North of Harris. 
From Luckie, at terminus of Hall, East; crosses Hay- 
den, Orme, Williams, Spring, Peachtree, Ivy, Collins, 
Calhoun, Butler, Fort, Yonge, and Jackson. 

Bartlett's Alley. — First South of McLin. From 
Whitehall, at junction of Windsor, West, to M. & W. 
R. R. 

Bartow. — First West of Spring, and East of Foundry 
Alley. From W. & A. R. R, Noith-east ; crosses Ma- 
rietta, Walton, and Luckie, to Cain. 

Bell. — First East of Moore, and West of Fort. From 
Ga. R. R., North ; crosses Decatur, Gilmer, Taylor, 
and Pratt, to Line. 



38 ATLANTA STREET DIRECTORY. 



Booth Alley.— First West of M. & W. R. R. From 

Peters, North-West, to Walker. 
Bridge. — See Broad. 
Broad.— First West of Whitehall, and East of Forsyth. 

From Mitchell, North-East; crosses Hunter, Alabama, 

R. R. (at Bridge,) Marietta, and Walton, to junction 

with Peachtree, at Luckie. 

Butler.— First East of Calhoun, and West of Terry, 
Pratt, and Fort. From McDonough, North-enst; 
crosses Hunter, Ga. R. R., Decatur, Gilmer, Jenkins, 
and College, to Line— tht-nce North ; crosses Wheat, 
Houston, Ellis, Cain, Harris, Baker, and Oslin. 

Cain.— First North of Ellis, and South of Harris. 
From Grubb, (Luckie) runs East ; crossmg Orme, Wil- 
liams, Spring, Peachtree, Ivy, Collins, Calhoun, Butler, 
Fort, Yonge, and Jackson. 

Calhoun. — First East of Collins, and West of Butler. 
From McDonough, at East corner of City Hall Square, 
North-east ; crossing Ga. R. R., Decatur, Gilmer, and 
Jenkins, to Junction of College and Line— thence 
North ; crossing Wheat, Houston, Ellis, Cain, Harris, 
Baker, Oslin, and Currier. 

Cherokee. — See Line Street. 

Church. — First North of Luckie. From Peachtree, at 
Junction of Forsyth, North-west; crossing junctions 
of Ellis and Cone, to Spring Street. 

Clark.— First South of Rawson, and North of Fulton. 
From Windsor East ; crossing Cooper, Formwalt, Pry- 
or, PuUiam, Washington, Crew, McDonough, Frazer, 
Martin, Connelly, and Hill. 

College.— First South of Line, and North of Jenkins. 
From angle of Calhoun, (between Jenkins and Wheat) 
South-east ; crossing Butler, to Pratt Street. 

Collins.— First East of Ivy, and West of Calhoun. From 



ATLANTA STREET DIRECTORY. 39 



Ga. R. R., North-east ; crosses Decatur, Gilmer, and 
passes end of Jenkins, to angle between Jenkins and 
Wheat — thence North ; crosses AVheat, Houston, Ellis, 
Cain, Harris, Baker, Oslin, and Currier. 

CoxE. — First West of Forsyth, and East of Spring. From 
Marietta, North-east ; crosses Walton and Luckie, to 
Church Street. 

Connelly Alley. — First West of Fair Ground, and East 
of King and Martin. From Fair, South ; crosses Jones, 
Rawson, Clark, Fulton, Richardson, and Crumley. 

Cooper. — First West of FormwSlt, and East of Wind- 
sor. From Whitehall, South ; crosses Jones, Rawson, 
Clark, Fulton, and Richardson. 

Crap's Alley. — See Trebursey. 

Crew. — First West of McDonough, and East of Wash- 
ington. From Fair, South ; crosses Jones, Rawson, 
Clark, Fulton, Richardson, and Crumley. 

Crttatley. — First South of Richardson. From Cooper, 
East; crosses^ Form wait, Pryor, Pulliam, Washington, 
Crew, McDonough, Eraser, Martin, and Connelly. 

Currier. — First North of Oslin. From East-Peachtree, 
East ; crosses Collins, Calhoun, Butler, and Fort. 

Davis. — First South of Stephens. From Walker, West; 
crosses Race, (now called Green's Ferry Avenue) to 
corporate line. 

Decatur.— First North of Ga. R. R. Street, and South 
of Gilmer. From junction of Peachtree and White- 
hall, South-east; crosses Pryor, junction of Lloyd and 
Ivy, Collins, Calhoun, and Butler, to Pratt — thence 
East; crosses Moore, Bell, Fort, Randolph, Yonge, 
and Jackson. 

Delay. — See Henry. 

Duncan, — See Bartow. 

Ellis.— First North of Houston, and South of Cain. 



40 ATLANTA STREET DIRECTORY. 



From Churcli Street, East ; crosses Peachtree, Ivy, 
Collins, Calhoun, Butler, Fort, Yonge, and Jackson. 

EL^rol^E. — West side City Cemetery. From Ga. R. R., 
South ; crosses Fair, to old corporation line. 

Fair. — First North of Jones, and South of Hunter. From 
Forsyth, East; crosses Whitehall (at junction of Coop- 
er,) Northern terminus of Form wait, Pryor, Lloyd, 
and Palliam, Washington, Crew, South east end of Pe- 
ters, McDonough, Frazer, Terry, Martin, King, Con- 
nelly, Hill, and to corporation line. 

Faith's Alley. — See Rawson Street. 

FiLMORE. — See Gilmer. 

FoRMWALT. — First West of Pryor, and East of Cooper. 
From Fair, South; crosses Jones, Rawson, Clark, Ful- 
ton, Richardson, and Crumley. 

Forsyth — First East of Cone and Thompson, and West 
ot Broad and Whitehall. From Peachtree, at Luckie, 
South ; crosses Walton, Marietta, W. & A. and M. & 
W. R. Roads, Alabama, Hunter, Mitchell, Peters, 
Garnett, Grenville's Alley, and Fair, to Whitehall, op- 
posite Windsor. 

Forsyth Alley. — First East of Pryor, and West of Ivy. 
From Line Street, North ; crosses Wheat and runs in- 
to Pi'yor, near Houston. 

Fort. — First East of Butler, and West- of Yonge. From 
Ga. R. R., North; crosses Decatur, Gilmer, Taylor, 
Pratt, Line, Wheat, Houston, Ellis, Cain, Harris, Ba- 
ker, and Oslin. 

Foundry. — First South ofThurman and North of Maga- 
zine. From W. & A. R. R., (South side Winship's 
Foundry,) West; crosses Fowler, Mangum, and Haynes, 

Foundry Alley. — First North-west of Bartow, and 
South-east of Short Street. From W. & A. R. R., 
North-east ; crosses Marietta and Walton, to Luckie. 



ATLANTA STREET DIRECTORY. 41 



Fowler. — First West of Old Monroe Railroad, and East 
of Mangura. From Mitchell, North ; crosses Green, 
Rhodes, West end of Mechanic, Magazine, Foundry, 
Thurman, Rock, and Henry. 

Frazer. — First East of McDonough, and West of Terry. 
From Hunter, South ; crosses Fair, Jones, Rawson, 
Clark, Fulton, Richardson, and Crumley. 

FuLTOX. — First South of Clark, and North of Richard- 
son. From Windsor, East ; crosses Cooper, Form- 
wait, Pryor, Pulliara, Washington, Crew, McDonough, 
Frazer, Martin, and Connelly. , 

Garnett. — First South of Peters and North of Gren- 
ville's Alley. From Peters, South-east; crosses Thomp- 
son, Forsyth, Whitehall, Pryor, Lloyd, and runs into 
Fair. 

Gartrell. — See Jackson. 

Ga. R. R. St. — From Pryor, East, on North side of Ga. 
R. R., to A. & W. P. R. R. Depot. 

Gilmer. — First North of Decatur, and South of Jenkins. 
From Ivy, South-east ; crosses Collins, Calhoun, and 
Butler, to Pratt — thence. North ot Decatur, and South 
of Taylor, East ; crosses Moore, Bell, Fort, Randolph, 
Yonge, and Jackson. 

Greex. — First North of Mitchell, and South of Rhodes. 

From Fowler, West ; crosses Mangum, Playnes, and 

another Street, (name not known,) to corporation line. 
Grenville's Alley. — Firdt South of Garnett. From 

Thompson, Scuth-east ; crosses Forsyth, Whitehall, and 

runs into Fair, at Pryor Street. 

Grubb, (Luckie.) — First North-east of Marietta, (at 
junction of Walton.) From Bartow, North-west, to 
Simpson. 

Harris. — First North of Cain, and South of Baker. 
From Luckie, East ; crosses Hayden, Orme, Williams, 
Spring, Peachtree, Ivy, Collins, Calhoun, Butler, Fort, 
Yonge, and Jackson. 



42 ATLANTA STREET DIRECTORY. 



Hayden. — First West of Orme, and East of Hull. From 
Luckie, North ; crosses Harris, Balcer, Simpson, Alex- 
ander, Mills, and Hunnicutt. 

Haynes. — First West of Man,o;nm. From Nelson, North; 
crosses Rice, Markhani, Mitchell, Green, Rhodes, 
Magazine, Foundry, Thurnian, Rock, and Henry. 

Henry.— First North of Rock. From W. & A. R. R., 
West; crosses Fowler, Mangum, and Haynes. 

Henry Alley. — See Richardson Street. 

Hill.— East side of Fair Ground. From Ga R R, 
South ; crosses Hunter, Fair, Jones, Rawson, Clark, 
and Fulton. 

Houston. — First North of Wheat and South of Ellis. 
From Peachtree, East ; crosses Pryor, Ivy, Collins, 
Calhoun, Butler, Fort, Yonge, and Jackson. 

Hunnicutt. — First North of Mills. From West-Peach- 
tree, West ; crosses Spring, Williams, Orme, Hayden, 
Hull, and Luckie, to Marietta. 

Hunter — First South of Alabama, and North of Mitch- 
ell. From M & W R R, East; crosses Thompson, 
Forsyth, Broad, Whitehall, Pryor, Lloyd, Washing- 
ton, Calhoun, Terry, King, Nursery, and Hill, to city 
Cemetery. 

Hull.— First East of Luckie, and west of Hayden. 
From Baker, North; crosses Simpson, Alexander, 
Mills, and Hunnicutt. 

Irwin.— North of Wheat, South of Houston. From 
Houston, South-east ; crosses For'., Yonge, and Jack- 
son. 

Iyy. — First East of Pryor, and Peachtree, and West of 
Collins. From Decatur, North ; crosses West end of 
Gilmer, Wheat, Houston, Ellis, Cain, Harris, and Ba- 
ker, to junction with East-Peachtree. 

Jackson.— First East of Yonge. From Decatur, North; 
crosses Gilmer, Taylor, Pratt, Line, Wheat, Irwin, 
Houston, Ellis, and Cain. 



ATLANTA STREET DIRECTORY. 43 



Jenkins. — First North of Gilmer, and South of College. 
From Collins, South-west ; crosses Calhoun and But- 
ler, to Pratt. 

John'.-; Alley. — See Fulton Street. 

Jones. — First South of Fair, and Xorth of Rawson. 
From "Windsor, East; crosses Forrawalt, Pryor, Pul- 
liam, Washington, Crew, McDonough, Frazer, Terry, 
Martin, Connelly, and Hill. 

King. — First East of Terry, and West of Nursery, From 
Ga R R, South, across Hunter, to Fair. 

LiJJE. — First North of Decatur. From Peachtree due 
East; crosses Pryor and South end of Forsyth Alley, 
and is obstructed from Ivy to Calhoun. Thence, first 
South of Wheat, crosses Butler, Fort, Youge, and 
Jackson. 

Lloyd. — First East of Pryor, and We.=:t of Washington. 
From Decatur, South-west ; crosses Ga R R, Alabama, 
Hunter, Mitchell, Peters, and Garnett, to Fair, near 
Northern terminus of Pulliam. 

LucKTE. — First North of Walton, and South of Church 
Street. From Peachtree, North-west ; crosses Forsyth, 

Cone, and Spring — thence West, to Bartow — 
thence. North-west, to Simpson, and thence North; 
first West of Hull, crosses Alexander, Mills, and Hun- 
nicutt. 

McDaniel. — From Peters, near South-western corporate 
line, runs South-east, across M. & W. R. and White- 
hall Street. 

McDonough. — First East of Crew and West of Frazer- 
From corner City Hall Square, South ; passps South, 
east end of Mitchell, South-west end of Butler, and 
crosses Fair, Jones, Rawson, Clark, Fulton, Richard- 
son, and Crumley. 

McLiN.— First North of Bartlett's Alley .'From Forsyth, 



44 ATLANTA STREET DIRECTORY. 



opposite North end of Cooper, West, |to M & W 
Railroad. 

Magazine. — First South of Foundry, and North of 
Mechanic and Rhodes. From old Munroe Railroad, 
West ; crosses Fowler, Mangam and Hayues, 

Mangtjm. — First West of Fowler, and East of Haynes. 
From Nelson, at junction of Walker, North ; crosses 
Race, Markham, Mitchell, Green, Rhodes, Magazine, 
Foundry, Thurman, Rock, and Henry. 

Marietta. — First North of W & A Railroad, and South 
of Walton. From junction of Whitehall and Peach- 
tree, North-west ; crosses Broad, Forsyth, South end 
of Cone, Spring, Bartow, and Foundry Alley, to 
junction of Walton — thence parrallel with W & A 
Railroad, to North-east corporate line. 

Markham. — First South of Mitchell, and North of Race. 
From M & W Railroad, West ; crosses Fowler, 
Mangum, and Haynes, to Trebursey. 

Martiis. — First East of Terry, and West of Connelly, 
From Fair, South ; crosses Jones, Rawson, Clark. 
Fulton, Richardson, and Crumley. 

Mechanic. — First South of Magazine, and North ot 
Rhodes. From Munroe Railroad Street West, to 
Fowler. 

Mills. — First North of Alexander, and South of Hunni- 
cutt. From West-Peachtree, West; crosses Spring, 
Williams, Orme, Hayden, Hull, and Luckie, to 
Marietta. 

Mitchell. — First North of Peters, and South of Hunter. 
From McDonough, West ; crosses Washington, Lloyd, 
Pryor, Whitehall, Western Terminus of Broad, For- 
syth, and Thompson, to M & W Railroad — thence 
South of Green, and North of Markham; crosses 
Fowler, Mangum, and Haynes. 

MoBBS Alley. — See Crumley Street. 



ATLANTA STREET DIRECTORY. 45 



MuNROE Railroad Street. — Rear of W. & A. Railroad 
Machine Shop, (on South-west.) Runs from said shop, 
North-east, to Winship's Foundry. 

Moore.— First East of Pratt and West of Bell. From 
Georgia Raih'Oad, North ; crosses Decatur and Gilmer 
to junction with Pratt, near Jenkins. 
• 

Nelson. — First South-east of Race, and North-west of 
Peters and Walker. From M. & W. Railroad South- 
west ; crosses Mangum and Walker at their junction, 
and passes South-east ends of Haynes and Trebursey, 
and runs into Race near Stonewall. 

Nursery. — First East of Kinix. From Georgia Railroad 
South ; crosses Hunter, to Fair. 

Orme. — First West of Williams, and East of Hayden. 
From Cain, North; crosses Harris, Baker, Simpson, 
Alexander, Mills, and Hunnicutt. 

OsLix — First North of Baker, and South of Currier. 
From East-Peachtree, East ; crosses Collins, Calhoun, 
and Butler. 

OwExs. — First North of McLin. From Forsyth, West, 
to M. & W. Railroad. 

Payne. — See Marietta Street, North-east of junction 
with Walton. 

Peachtree. — First We?t of Pry or, and East of Broad, 
to Ellis — thence first West of Ivy, and East of Spring. 
From junction of Marietta and Decatur, North ; passes 
Line, Walton, Luckie, Forsyth, Houston, and Church. 

Thence crosses Ellis, Cain, Harris, and Baker. Here 
separates East and West-Peachtree ; West-Peachtree 
being the Eastern terminus of Simpson, Alexander, 
Mills, and Hunnicutt. 

Peachtree, (Old, or East.) — From West Peachtree, 
North-east; forms junctions with Ivy, Oslin, and Cur- 



46 ATLANTA STREET DIRECTORY. 



rier, on East side, and with a continuation of Alexan- 
der on the West. 

Peakck. — See Decatur, East of Pratt. 

Peters. — First South of Mitchell, and North of Garnett. 
From Fair, North-west ; crosses Crew, Washington, 
Lloyd, Pryor, gnd Whitehall, to Forsyth — thence 
West, crosses Thompson Street and M. & W. Rail- 
road — thence West of said road, and East of Walker, 
Southwest, passes Eastern end of Booth Alley, and 
forms junction with Walker, near old corporate line. 

Pbatt. — First South-east of Butler, and North-west of 
Moore. From Decatur, North-east ; passes Gilmer, 
Moore, Jenkins, Taylor, and College, to Bell — thence 
Enst, North of Taylor, and South of Line, East ; 
crosses Fort, Randolph, Yonge, and Jackson. 

Pryor. — First East of Peachtree and Whitehall, and 
West of Ivy and Lloyd. From Peachtree, (between 
Houston, and Ellis) South-west ; crosses Houston, 
junction of Forsyth Alley, Wheat, Line, Decatur, 
Georgia Railroad, Alabama, Hunter, Mitchell, Peters' 
and Garnett, to Fair — thence South, first East of 
Form wait, and West of Pulliam ; crosses Jones, Raw- 
son, Clark, Fulton, Richardson, and Crumley. 

Pulliam. — First West of Washington, and East of Pryor. 
From Fair South ; crosses, Rawson, Clark, Fulton 
Richardson, and Crumley. 

Race. — First North of Nelson and South of Markhara. 
From Mangum, South-west ; crosses Haynes and Tre- 
bursey, and forms junction with Nelson, near Stone- 
wall. 

Randolph, (Old Washixgton.) — First East of Fort, 
and West of Yonge. From Decatur, North ; crosses 
Taylor and Pratt. 

Rawson. — First South of Jones, and North of Clark. 
From Windsor, East ; crosses Cooper, Formwalt, 



ATLANTA STREET DIRECTORY. 47 



Pryor, Pulliara, "Washington, Crew, McDonough, 
Frazer, Martin, and Connelly. 

Reid. — First East of Elmore. From City Cemetery 
North, to Georgia Railroad. 

Richardson-. — First South of Fulton, and^North of Crum- 
*ley. From Windsor, East ; crosses Cooper, Formwalt, 
Pryor, Pulliam, Washington, Crew, McDonough, 
Frazer, Martin, and Connelly. 

Rock. — First South of Henry, and North of Thurman. 
From W. & A. Railroad, West ; crosses Fowler, 
Mangum, and Haynes. 

Short. — First North-west of Foundry Alley. From W. 
& A. Railroad, North-east, to Luckie ; crosses Marietta 
and Walton at their junction. 

SiMPSoif. — First North of Baker, and South of Alexan- 
der. From Peachtree, West ; crosses Spring, Wil- 
liams, Orme, Hayden, Hull, and Luckie to Marietta. 

Spring. — First West of Cone and Peachtree. From W. 
& A. Railroad, North-east ; croisses Marietta, Walton, 
Luckie, and Church — thence North, crosses Cain, 
Harris, Baker, Simpson, Alexander, Mills, andHunnicutt 

Stephens. — First South of Stonewall, and North of 
Davis. From Walker, West ; crosses Race. 

Stockton.— See Mitchell, West of M. & W. Railroad. 

Stonewall. — First North of Stephens and South o^ 
Trebursey. From Walker, West ; crosses Race near 
junction of Nelson. 

Taylor. — First North of Gilmer. From Pratt, East ; 
prosses Bell, Fort, Randolph, Yonge, and Jackson. 

Terry.— -First East of Butler and Frazer, and West of 
Martin. From Georgia Railroad, South-west, to 
Hunter — Ihence South ; crosses Fair and Jones, to 
Rawson. 



48 ATLANTA STREET DIRECTORY. 



Thompson. — First West of Forsyth, and East of M. & 
"W. Railroad. From Alabama, South-west ; crosses 
Hunter, Mitchell, Peters, and Garnett, to Grenville's 
Alley. 

Thitrman. — First North of Foundry, and South of Rock. 
From W. & A. Railroad, West; crosses Fowler, 
Mangura, and Haynes. » 

Trebursey. — First South-west of Haynes, and North of 
Stonewall. From Nelson, North-west ; crosses Race, 
Markham, and Mitchell. 

Wadley. — See Forsyth North of W & A Railroad. 

Walker. — First West of Peters, and East of Nelson. 
From junction with Mangum, at Nelson street. South; 
passes Booth Alley, Stonewall, Stephens, and Davis, 
to Peters. 

Walton. — First North of Marietta, and South of Luckie. 
From Peachtree, North-west ; crosses Broad, Forsyth, 
Cone, Spring, Bartow, and Foundry Alley, to junction 
with Marietta at Short Street. 

Washington. — First East of Lloyd, and West of 
McDonough. From Alabama, South-west; crosses 
Hunter, Mitchell, and Peters, to Fair — thence West 
of Crew and East of Pnlliam, South, crosses Jones, 
Rawson, Clark, Fulton, Richardson, and Crumley. 

Wheat. — First South of Houston, and North of Line. 
From Pryor, East ; crosses Forsyth Alley, Ivy, Col- 
lins, Calhoun, Butler, Fort, Younge, and Jackson. 

Whitehall —First East of Broad, and West of Pryor. 
From junction of Marietta and Decatur, South-west ; 
crosses R-ailroad, Alabama, Hunter, and Mitchell — 
thence East of Forsyth and AYest of Pryor ; crosses 
Peters, Garnett, and Grenvill's Alley, to Fair; passes 
junctions of Forsyth,:Windsor, and Bartlett's Alley— 
and is crossed near old corporate line by McDaniel 
Street. 



ATLANTA STREET DIRECTORY. 49 



Whitehall, (Old,) see Peters, west of Forsyth. 

Windsor. — First West ot Cooper. From junction of 
Forsyth- and Whitehall, South ; crosses Joaes, Rawson, 
Clark, Fulton, Richardson, and Crumley. 

YoNGE. — First East of Randolph, (old Washington,) 
and West of Jackson. From Decatur, North; crosses 
Taylor and Pratt, to Line. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 



From its Incorporation as a City to the year 1867, 
inclusive. 

1st Moses W. Formwalt went into oiEce January, 1848. 

2d Benjamin F. Bomar went into office January, 1849. 

3d Willys Buell went into office January, 1850. 

4th Johnathan Norcross went into office Janaury, 1851. 

5th Thomas F. Gibbs went into office January, 1 852. 

6th John F. Mims went into office January, 1853. (Re- 
signed October 29th, 1853.) 

6th Wm. Markham went into office November 14, 1853. 

7th Wm. M. Butt went into office January, 1854. 

8th Allison Nelson went into office January, 1855. (Re- 
signed July 6th, 1855.) 

8th John Glenn went into office July 20th, 1855. 

9th William Ezzard went into office January, 1856. 

10th William Ezzard, re-elected, went into office January, 
1857. 

11th Luther J. Glenn went into office January, 1858. 

12th Luther J. Glenn, re-elected, went into office January, 
1859. 
■ 13th William Ezzard into office January, 1860. 

14th Jared I. Whitaker went into office January, 1861. 
(Resigned November 25th, 1861.) 

14th Thomas F. Lowe went into office December 13th, 
1861. 

15th James M. Calhoun went into office January, 1862. 



MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. 51 



16th James M. Calhoun, re-elected, went into office 

January, 1863. 
17th James M. Caliioun, re-elected, went into office 

January, 1864. 
18th James M. Calhoun, re-elected, went into office 

January, 1865. 
19th James E. Williams went into office January, 1«G6. 
20th James E. "Williams, re-elected, went into office 

January, 1867. 



MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT, 

For the Year 1865. 



J. M. Calhoux, Mayor. 

S. B. Love, Cl'k of Council. J. T. Porter, Treasurer, 
L. P. Thomas, Marshal. W. P. Lanier, Dpty jMarshal. 

ALDEEMEX. 

First TFar(^.— John ColKer, B. N. ^yillit•ord. 
Second Ward. — F. M. Richardson, L. S. S:ilmous. 
Third Ward.—G. F. Wood, George W. Terry. 
Fourth Ward. — L. S. Mead, George W. Adair. 
F'fth Ward. — PI R. Sasseen, J. N, Simmons. 

STANDIXG COil-MITTEKS. 

On Finance. — John Collier, J. X. Simmons. 
On Ordinances. — John Collier, J. N. Simmons. 



62 MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. 



On Police. — E. R, Sasseen, L. S. Salmous, B. N. 
Wniiford. 

On Streets, <bc. — F. M. Richardson, J. N. Simmons. 

On Market.— B. N. Williford, F. M. Richardson, G. 
W. Terry. 

On Fire Department. — G. W. Terry, F. M, Richardson, 
Geo. W. Adair, John Collier. 

On Wells, Pumps, &C.—F. M. Richardson, G. W. Terry, 
L. S. Mead. 

On Public Puildings, Gromids, <&c. — L. S. Salmons, 
John Collier, E. R. Sasseen. 

On Belief. — J. N. Simmons, John Collier, F. M. Rich- 
ardson, L. S. Mead. 

On Tax. — John Collier, E. R> Sasseen, J. N. Simmons. 



MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT, 

For the Year 1866. 



J. E. "Williams, Mayor. 

S. B. Love, Cl'k of Council. Joseph T. Porter, Treasurer. 
G.W.Anderson, Marshal. W. P. Lanier, Dept Marshal. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward.— A. P. Bell, D. P. Ferguson. 
Second Ward. — A. W. Mitchell, F. M. Richardson. 
Third Ward. — Robert Crawford, James G. Kelly. 
Fourth Ward.—\Y. T. Mead, R. M. Farrar. 
Fifth Ward.~B. T>. Smith, Anthony Murphy. 



MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. 63 



STANDING COMMITTEES. 

On Finance.— R. M. Farrar, A. W. Mitchell, A. P. Bell. 
On Ordinances. — A. W. Mitchell, B. D. Smith, W. T. 

Mead. 
On Police.— D. P. Ferguson, Robert Crawford, W. T. 

Mead. 
On Streets^ <&c. — Robert Crawford, F, M. Richardson, 

Anthony Murphy. 
On Market. — B. D. Smith, D. P. Ferguson, R. M. Farrar. 
On Fire Department. — A. P. Bell, Anthony Murphy, 

James G. Kelly. 
On Wells, Pumps, cbc. — Anthony Murphy, James G. 

Kelly, F. M. Richardson. 
0)1 Public Puildings, Grounds, t&c. — W. T. Mead, R. 

M. Farrar, D. P. Ferguson. 
On Lamps, Gas, i&c. — F. M. Richardson, TV. T. Mead, 

R. M. Farrar. 
On Cemetery. — James G. Kelly, A. W. Mitchell, Robert 

Crawford. 
On Belief.— F. M. Richardson, A. P. Bell, Robert Craw- 
ford, W. T. Mead, B. D. Smith. 
On Tax.—B. D. Smith, A. P. Bell, A. W. Mitchell. 



MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT, 

For the Year 1867 — {See Corrections.) 



J. E. Williams, Mayor $2,000 

S. B. Love, Clerk of Council 1,500 

S. B. Hoyt, City Attorney 800 

Robert M. Farrar, City Treasurer 800 

R. J. Roach, City Physician 1,500 



54 MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. 

J- ^, 

James F. Coopei", City Engineer 1,200 

Robert Crawford, Commissioner of Public Works . 1,500 

George Stewart, Overseer of Streets 1,000 

Jo. S. Smith, Tax Receiver and Collector 800 

Pat. Fitzgibbon, Ilall-Keeper 600 

ALDBKMEN". 

Ilrst Warcl—M. T. Castleberry, D. P. Ferguson. 
Secofid Wcii'd—F. M. Richardson, A. W. Mitchell. 
Third Ward. — George W. Terry, W. C. Anderson. 
Murth Ward.— J. E. GuUatt, W. B. Cox. 
I'/fth TFr/rf?.— Anthony Murphy, A. P. Bell. 

STANDI>rG COJIMITTBKS. 

On Finance.— W. B. Cox, A. W. Mitchell, A. P. Bell. 
On Ordinances.— A. W. Mitchell, W. B. Cox, D. P. 

Ferguson. 
Oji Streets and /Sidewalks. — J. E. GullaU, F. M. Rich- 
ardson, Anthony Murphy. 
On Wells, Pionps and Cisterns. — Anthony Murphy, W. 

C. Anderson, M. T. Castleberry. 
On Lamjys and Gas. — F. M. Richardson, George "W. 

Terry, D. P. Ferguson. 
On Relief.— F. M. Richardson, M. T. Castleberry, George 

W. Terry, J. E. Gullatt, A. P. Bell. 
On MarJcet.—T>. P. Ferguson, J. E. Gullatt, M. T. 

Castleberry. 
On Fire Department. — A. P. Bell, J. E. Gullatt, Anthony 

Murphy. 
On Police.— M. T. Castleberry, W. B. Cox, W. C. 

Anderson. 
On Cemeter]/.— George W. Terry, A. W. Mitchell, F. M. 

Richardson. 
On Public Buildings and Gromids. — W. C. Anderson, 

George W. Terry, D. P. Ferguson. 



MUNICIPAL GOVERNMET. 



On Tax.—K. W. Mitchell, A. P. Bell, W. B. Cox. 
On Salaries.—S^. B. Cox, A. W. Mitchell, F. M. 
Richardson. 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

L. P. Thomas, Chief Marshal $1,500 

E. C. Murphy, Deputy Marshal 1,300 

J. L. Johnsou, 1st Lieutenant of Police 1,000 

T. C. Murphy, 2d Lieutenant of Police 1,000 

POLICEMEN — ($2 25 PER DAT.) 



I J Cook, 

F J Bomar, 

D Rogan, 

E A Center, 

F T Kicklighter, 

Hinton, 

J W Stokes, 
J L Crenshaw, 
G W Bowen, 
C ^l Barry, 
A Jarrard, 
A P Woodliff, 
Jasper Groves, 
W H C Cowan, 
James Campbell, 



J S Holland, 
R D Haynes, 
D Queen, 
J R Love, 
L Ferguson, 
R B Hutchins, 
J M Connally, 
Green Holland, 
H W Wooding, 
H J Holtzclaw, 
M W Rasberry, 
J F Barnes, 
T G Moij.au, 
J A Lanier, 
L W Boon. 



Clerk First Market. — Thcophilus Harris. 

Clerk of Sc^nd Market. — Frank T. Ryan. 

Sexton. — G. A. Pilgrim. 

City Assess&rs. — R. S. Waters, W. C. Humphries, and 

C. F. Wood. 
Astessora of Land taken for Opening Streets, — ^Levi C. - 

Wells and F. P. Rice. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



S. B. SHERWOOD, Chief Engineer. 
HENRY GULLATT, First Assistant Engineer 
W. G. KNOX, Second Assistant Engineer. 



ATLANTA FIRE COMPANY, NO. 1. 

(steam engine.) 

Tx2.cox:p)Ox-£tt©cl, -A^-J^jcll 4, 1831. 

Meets first Monday night in each Month, at their Engine House, 
cor. Broad Street, and M. & W. R. R. 



OFFICERS. 

JOHN B. NORMAN, President. 

CHARLES SCHNATZ, 1st Director. 

JOHN BERKELE, 2d Director. 

JOHN WILBEY, 3d Director. 

SAMUEL WILSON, Secretary. 

H. MUHLENBRINK, Treasurer. 

JOHN H. ELLSWORTH, Rep. to Fire Dept. 

JOHN BRID WELL, ) . 

M. ROGAN, [ ^^e-men. 

ACTIVE MEMBERS.— (Privates.) 
Alexander, L. Cannon, P J 

Bell, H. G. Collier, M L 

Broxton, H. W. - Collier, John W 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



51 



Cox, W B 
Daly, Pat 
Eisenhut, John 
Ficken, John 
Fleck, Daniel 
Galvin, Jhon 
Garcia, B 
Garvy, P 
Grarabling, John 
Grogan, Z W 
Goudy, D H 
Haney, Thomas 
Haney, Henry 
Haverty, M 
Henderson, A F 
Imniel, J 
Imrael, M J 
James, Wm 
Jentzer, John 
Joyner, H W 
Klotz, Jno 
Kuhrt, Henry 
Klassett, A 
Krog, Wm 
Kavanaugh, P 



Lynch, Peter 
Lynch, J 
Mann, J E 
Mann, James 
Mann, John 
Mann, "Wm J 
Mann, Henry 
Mason, J P 
Mason, Wm. K. 
Murrins, L 
McGee, John 
Nelley, Martin 
Olerich, P 
Peel, John 
Pettis, W P 
Roab, George 
Ransibrd, H 
Robers, M L 
Schoen, J 
Spencer, Wm 
Sherwood, S B 
Weaver, J K 
Van Loan, A H 
Van Loan, Richard 



HONORARY MEMBERS. 



Bracken, P J 
Daly, Martin 
Flynn, John H 
Forsyth, Wm 
Heinz, Charles 
Hunnicutt, C W 
Kershaw, John 



Kidd, Wm 
Kirby, T 
Lamb, B T 
Lynch, John 
Mecaslin, J H 
Murphy, T C 
Stadelman, J 



58 FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



MECHANIC FIRE COMPANY, NO. 2. 



Oi-ga-xiizeca., XDeo. lO, 1SS6. 

Meets First Friday night in each month, at their Hall over Engine 
House, Corner Washington street and Ga. R. R. 



OFFICERS. 

J. E. GULLATT, President. 

JAMES G. KELLY, Vice President. 

W. D. LUCKIE, Jr., Secretary 

O. H. JONES. Treasitrer. 

E. BUICE, First Director. 

C. BEERMANN, Second Director. 

W. G. MIDDLETON, Chief Engineer. 

JOEL KELSEY, 1st Ass't Engineer. 

G. W. TERRY, 2d Assistant Engineer. 

JAS. DANIELS, 3d Ass't Engineer. 

G. T. ANDERSON, ) ^y. 

W. F. WOODS, '[P^Pemen. 

J. M. BUICE, ) . 

JOSEPH WILEY, f ^^e inen. 

M. L. LICHTENSTADT, Rep. to Fire Dep't. 

JAS. ALEXANDER, M. D., Surgeon. 

MEMBERS. 



Buice, C W Krogg, Fred 

Buice, J D Langford, W Y 

Bellingrath, H Lyons, J L 

Bradbury, T W Manning, W H 

Bannan, W J Middleton, M J 

Campbell, J T Moore, B F 

Crenshaw, J L O'Connor, Thomas 

Darby, Arch Read, Thomas 

Dewberry, J R Rogers, J C 

Doby, J B Rodes, C C 

Harmsen, Carl Rosenfeld, S 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 59 



Rote, M Steinheimer, D 

Schramm, P Steinheimer, I 

Shlotfeldt, George Williams, J E 

Spillman, Joshua Wilson, Hue 



TALLULAH FIRE COMPANY, N.O 3. 



ORaANIZED FEBRUARY 22, 1859. 



Meets First "Wednesday night in each Month, at their Hall in 
Engine House, on Broad, between Marietta and Walton Sts. 

OFFICERS.— [See Corrections.] 



E. C. MURPHY, President. 

S. W. GRUBB, Vice President. 
W. C. SHEARER, 1st Director. 
JESSE SMITH, 2d Director. 

F. M. QUEEN, Hose Director. 
J. N. WILLIAMS Secretary. 
L. H. CLARKE, Treasurer. 
H. S. ORME, Siirgeon. 

A. P. BELL, Rep. to Fire Departmeat. 
E. MERCER, Foreman 1st Squad. 

L. B. SCUDDER, Foreman 2d Squad. 
W. R. BIGGERS, Foreman Hose Squad. 
DAVID BUICE, ) . 

B. KANE, [Axe-men. 



ACTIVE MEMBERS. 



Bohnefeld, Carl Crew, B B 

Bohnefeld, Herman Clarke, John D 

Bohnefeld, Richard Deringer, J A 

Center, E A Fife, R A 

Christopher, Frank Fitts, Robert C 

Clarke, Wm F Groves, J B 



60 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



Haralson, A J 
Hill, John A 
Holland, J S 
Henson, F 
Jack, G W 
Johnson, C A 
Judson, W N 
Love, J R 
Mead, W T 
Mobley, ELD 
Mullin, J E 
Parks, John R 
Queen, B C 
Rogers, J J 
Robinson, R A 



Smith, J B 
Starnes, J M 
Steadman, Charles 
Stokes, J W 
Smith, C D 
Theme, A 
Thompson, George 
Thrower, C A 
Valentino, Gabe 
Valentino, John 
Warwick, E A 
Warwick, T F 
Wells, J Y 
Whaley, J R 
Williams, Isaac 



ATLANTA HOOK & LADDER CO. NO. 1. 



OKGANIZED NOVEMBER 28, 1859. 



Meets First Saturday night in each Month, at their Truck House 
east side of Pryor, between Alabama and Hunter sts. 



OFFICERS. 

J. L. QUEEN, Foreman. 
C. F. S. D'ALVIGNY, Ass't Foreman. 
J. S. YARBROUGH, Secretary. 
GEORGE JOHNSON, Treasurer. 
ED. HOLLAND, Rep. to Fire Dep't. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



61 



ACTIVE MEMBERS. 



Borkout, J M • 
Bredburn, A B 
Br^ ant, W M 
Buckbavdt, G A 
Burr, George 
Erginzingar, A 
Forsytb,"C A 
Franklin, George 
Hartman, M 
Ilolley, C W 
Jame>, J H 
Johnston, F M 
Lowrv, R J 
Lumpkin, W J 



McDade, W C 
*McWaters, A 
Morris, L G 
Parrott, G \V 
Peters, W G 
Queen, D M 
Rakestraw, George 
Reeves, J W 
Richardson, F M 
Smith, E C 
Wilson, Henry- 
Young, John 



HONOKARY MEMBERS, 



*Edwards, George 
*Fowler, N R 
*Love, S B 



Morrison, John 
*Peck, J C 
Scrutchen, Thomas 



*Oharter Members. 



CHURCH RECORD. 



WESLEY CHAPEL, M. E. 

East Side Peachtree^ near junction of Broad Street. 

(Aggregate Membership 337.) 

Church Meetings 3rd Sabbath i?i each Mouth. 
Communion \st Sabbath hi each Month. 
Services every Sabbath at 10-^, A. M., and at Night. 

WM. P. HARPvISON, Pastor. 
Peter G. Besseat, Secretary Church 3feeting. 

stewards. 

E. R.. Sasseen, William Ezzard, 

Er Lawshe, J. N. Simmons, 

Willis Peck, S. T. Atkin. 



J. C. Davis, 



trustees. 



William E/zard, J. C. Davis, 

Lewis LaM'she^ John L. Hopkins 

S. T. Atkin, Joseph Winship. 
N. J. Hammond, 



communicants. 



Adams, Benson W Atkin, mrs N E 

Adams, mrs L Atkin, miss Emma 

Adamson, miss Nellie Atkin, miss Lizzie 

Atkin. S T Barnes, mrs Amanda 



CHURCH RECORD. 



63 



Parnes, mrs H J 
Earnwell,VT 
Barnwell, mrs L A 
Barrett, W J 
Earratt, mrs Anna 
Bass, mrs M E 
Bass, mrs jMargaret 
Beauchamp, mrs E J 
Beldini;, James 
Bell, M R 
Benton, mits Mary- 
Berry, mrs Harriet 
Berry, miss Carrie 
Bessent, Peter G 
Bessent, mrs V F 
Bessent, mis^ Anna 
Bleckley, L E 
Bleckley, mrs Carrie 
Boring,' Dr J M 
Boring, Mrs Irene P 
Boyd, Augustine W 
Boyd, mrs Nancy A 
Boyd, miss Mary 
Boutell, John 
-Boutell, mrs M E 
Boutell, mrs Hannah 
Bridwell. Jobn 
Bridwell, mrs Elizbaeth 
Bridwell, mrs Harriet 
Bridwell, miss Ella 
Bridwell, miss M E 
Brown, mrs Georgia 
Brown, J W 
Burnara, E B 
Burnam, Wareham 
Burnam, mrs Mary 
Burnam, A 
Burnam, miss Emma 



Burnam, miss Martha 
Busby, WT 

Busby, mrs Eliza 
Butler, Thomas 
Butler, mrs Elizabeth 
Butler, miss Emma 
Butler, miss Ellen 
Crussell, Thomas 
Crussell, mrs Thomas 
Calhoun, mrs Amelia 
Carmichael, mrs Eliza- 
beth 
Carmichael, miss C E 
Carmichael, miss Mary A 
Center, miss Julia 
Champ, mrs T C 
Chandler, mrs Julia 
Chandler, mrs E A 
Cohron, Joseph 
Cohron, mrs Irene 
Clardy, P E J 
Clarchy, mrs T J 
Clarke, Lewis H 
Clower, mrs Nancy H 
Clower, mrs Sarah E 
Cofer, Merritt J 
Collins, mrs Cynthia 
Cook, Geo W D 
Cook, mrs Mary 
Corley, mrs Ella 
Corr^on, miss Parrie 
Cox, Wm B 
Cox, mrs Kate H 
Cozart, mrs Ann M 
Cozart, miss Lou C 
Cozart, miss Anna M 
Cozart, miss Susie 
Cozart, miss Sallie 



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CHURCH RECORD. 



Cozart, miss Ella 
Crouse, Harry- 
Craven, rars Mary- 
Davis, J C 

Davis, mrs Mary A C 
Davis, Webster 
Davis, C C 
Davis, mra C C 
Davis, miss Mary 
Dean, miss Geor2:ia 
DeFoor, mrs L M 
Delpey, mrs Emily 
Dorsey, miss Mary 
Duclcer, Wm N 
Ducker, mrs Mary 
Dunn, mrs M C 
Edmondson, miss Mary 
Elyea, mrs Ann Eliza 
Ezzard, Wm 
Ezzard, mrs Sarah S 
Ezzard, mrs Fannie R 
Fambrough, W E 
Fambroiigh, mrs M F 
Flannegan, mrs Matilda 
Foreacre, mrs Delia 
Fowler, mrs Flora 
Freeman, W K 
Freeman, mrs Julia 
Gartrell, L J 
Gartrell, mrs Anna 
Garwood, Johnson 
Garwood, mrs Harriet 
Gay, A O M 
Gay, mrs Z E 
Gilmore, Aimer 
Gilmore, mrs Eleanor 
Gilmore, Harman 



Gilmore, rars Lucy 
Godfrey, Rev Jas E 
Godfrey, mrs Agnes 
Godfrey, miss Anna B 
Goode, Hamilton 
Goode, mrs A E 
Gyrdon, Daniel L 
Gordon, mrs Nancy M 
Griffin, J D 
Griffin, mrs J C 
Grist, B A 
Grist, mrs A J 
Grist, mrs Elizabeth 
Grubbs, mrs Sarah 
Godfrey, miss Rachael A 
Hairston, mrs N A 
Hammond, N N 
Hammond, A W 
Hammond, mrs Mary A 
Hammond, George 
Hammond, N J 
Hammond, mrs L F 
Hammond, miss Lula 
Hammond, miss Ella 
Hammond, Wm P 
Hammond, miss Mary 
Haney, Joanna 
Haralson, mrs Mira 
Harrison, mrs C A 
Harrison, mrs E J 
Harrison, John W 
Harrison, George W 
Hays, I N 
Hays, mrs Sarah 
Hearn, miss Emily 
Henderson, rars Mary 
Hendrix, J C 



CHURCH RECORD. 



65 



Hendrix, rars M E 
Hinton, miss Sallie 
Hill, miss Melissa 
Holmes, Mathew 
Holmes, Mrs M 
Holmes, W C 
Holmes, mrs W C 
Hopkius, John L 
Hopkins, mrs Mary E 
Horton, mrs Carrie E 
Howard, R A 
Howard, mrs T C 
Howard, rars E V 
Hoyle, Wm E 
Hoyle, mrs M A 
Hunuicutt, C W 
Hunnicutt, mrs Letitia 
Jenkins, miss Sarah A E 
Jenkins, J J 
Jenkins, mrs E A 
Jenkins, miss Amanda J 
Jenkins, G W 
Joiner, H 
Joiner, mrs Mary 
Johnson, Jacob 
Johnson, mrs Mary 
Johnson, miss Lizzie 
Kelly, David 
Kelly, mrs Lucy 
Kile, mrs Mary 
Kile, miss Josephine 
King, Rev H K 
King, mi-s M C 
Knox, E P 
Lackie, rars Eugenia 
Landrum, L L 
Lane, mrs Margaret E 
Lawshe, Rev Lewis 
5 



Lawshe, mrs Louisa 
Lawshe, miss Lou 
Lawshe, Er 
Lawshe, mrs Sallie 
Lester, mrs Sarah 
Lester, miss Hattie 
Lester, miss Eva 
Lester, miss Mattie 
Lester, miss Ella 
Lester, Wm 
Lovejoy, rars Martha 
Lumpkin, miss Clementine 
Maddox, mrs Anna 
Maffit, mrs Carrie 
Martin, Ganaway 
Mayson, Rev J R 
Mayson, miss Fannie J 
McAffee, W W 
McAiFee, mrs A L 
McConnell, mi-s Wm 
McConnell, miss Leona 
McFail, mrs V E 
McLendon, Capell 
McLendon, mrs Ruth 
McLin, J G 
McLin, mrs M 
McLin, miss Mary 
Mell, W H 
Mell, mrs Sarah E 
Mell, miss M A 
Miller, mrs Nancy 
Miller, miss Mary 
Mills, J M 
Mills, mrs Joseph 
Mills, mrs C 
Mills, miss Carrie O 
Monday, C E 
Monday, R A 



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CHURCH RECORD. 



Monday, miss Charlotte 
Monday, miss Anna 
Monday, miss Mary 
Moody, miss Martha J 
Morgan, mrs Eva 
Morris, mrs Mary 
O'Connor, mrs P 
Orme, mrs Lucy 
Payne Edward 
Payne, mrs J B 
Payne, mrs Carrie 
Payne, mrs Elizabeth 
Payne, mrs Margaret 
Peck, Willis 
Peck, mrs Anna E 
Peck, Wra F 
Peck, John B 
Peck, mrs Martha A 
Pegg, Dr W H 
Pegg, mrs Martha 
Pegg, miss Cynthia 
Pendley, mrs Jane 
Pilgrim, mrs N J 
Pittman, mrs Martha C 
Pitts, Columbus A 
Pitts, mrs Emeline 
Powell, mrs Dr C 
Powell, J _ 
Powell, miss G S 
Purtell, mrs H A 
Reynolds,. J C 
Reynolds, mrs C G 
Rives, Frank 
Roberts, Elisha 
Roberts, mrs A 
Robinson, miss Susan E 
Robson, S B 
Robson, miss Anna 



Rollins, A P 
Rollins, mrs C P 
Rust, mrs Margaret 
Sasseen, K R 
Sasseen, E R, Jr 
Sasseen, George 
Seymour, Isaiah 
Seymour, mrs Olive 
Silvey, mrs A 
Simmons, Dr J N 
Simmons, mrs E C 
Smith, B D 
Smith, mrs Lizzie 
Smith, mrs Cornelia E 
Smith, Dr C H 
Smith, Jno A 
South, mrs J 
Stegall, mrs Nancy 
Stewart, miss L 
Starnes, Joel 
Starnes, mrs Mary 
Starnes, mrs Anna 
Starnes, miss Fannie 
Starnes, miss Mattie 
Strong, mrs Elizabeth B 
Talley, A S 
Taylor, mrs Susan 
Taylor, mrs L 
Varner, mrs Rebecca 
Venable, miss Julia 
Walker, Henry C 
, Walker, mrs Sallie S 
Warren, mrs Amanda 
Watley, mrs Anna 
Watson, A R 
Watson, mrs Fannie 
Watts, mrs ML 
West, mrs Jane E 



CHURCH RECORD 



West, miss Alberta Winship, mrs Eudosia 

West, miss Laura Winship, Robert 
Westmoreland, rars Dr H Winship, mrs Mary F 

Whitaker, mrs J Winship, George 

Whitaker, miss Mattie Winship, mrs Eugenia 

Whitehead, Geo W M Winship, miss Ellen C 

Willingham, miss M E Witt, H H 

Willingham, miss J Witt, mrs A A 

Wilson, Dr Henry Wood, Winston 

Wilson, mrs Mary Wood, mrs Mary 

Wilson, mrs Marian Yarbrough, Joel 
Wilson, miss Chatharine York, B W 

Winship, Joseph York, mrs C A 

SABBATH SCHOOL. 

Aggregate, Teachers and Pupils, - - 250 

Average Attendance, - ♦ - - 1V5 

LEWIS LAWSHE, ) <. . , , , 
E. R. SASSEEN, ' [ Supermtendent.. 

B. W. York, Librarian. 

George H. Hammoxd, ^33,^ Librarians. 
George Sasseen, ) 



TRmiTY, M. E. 

South Side Mitchell Street, opposite City Hall. 

(Aggregate Membership 257.) 

Church Meetings \st Sabbath in each Month, at 3 
o'clock, P. 31. 



68 



CHURCH RECORD. 



Communion \st Sabbath hi each Mo7ith. 
/Services every Sabbath at 10^- A. 31., and at Night. 

REV. WM. M. CRUMLEY, Pastor. 
Geokge Robinson, Secretary Church Meeting. 



FORMER PASTORS. 



Rev. John P. Duncan, 1854. 
Rev. J. M.*Austin, 1854. 
Rev. Samuel Anthony, 1855. 
Rev. Jesse Boring, 1855. 
Rev. H. J. Adams, 1856. 
Rev. Lewis J. Davies, 1857. 
Rev. Robert N". Lester, 1858. 

and 1859. 
Rev. Wm. M. Crumley, 1860. 



Rev. John C.Simmons, 1861. 

Rev. George G. N. McDon- 
ald, 1862. 

Rev. -H. H. Parks, 1863 and 
1864. 

Rev. Atticus G. Haygood, 
1865 and 1866. 

Rev.Wm. M. Crumley, 1867. 



BOARD OF STEWARDS. 



E."E. Rawson, 
C. L. Redwine, 
W. F. Harris, 
F. M. Richardson. 



J. M. G Reed, 
L. S. Salmons, 
Robt Crawford 



TRUSTEES. 



E. E. Rawson, 
D. F. Hammond, 
L. S. Salmons, 



F. M. Richardson, 
J. M. C. Reed, 
W. F. Harris. 



COMMUNICANTS. 



Aiken, Francis M C 
Aiken, mrs Susan 
•Allman, mrs Parmelia 
Allman, miss Nannie 
Anderson, Wm C 



Anderson, mrs 
Anderson, James H 
Anderson, mrs Mary M 
Anderson, miss Laura A 
Anderson, miss Rosa M 



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Archer, mrs Caroline 
Atkinson, S L 
Austin, Joseph M 
Bass, mrs Mary R 
Bandy, mrs Emily 
Baugh, Robert 
Beck, Lewis 
Beggorly, mrs Sarah P 
Bell, miss Addie 
Bell, miss Sarah 
Bennett, Benj F 
Bennett, mrs Mary E 
Bennett, mrs Tallethia 
Bnrry, mrs Catherine 
Black, R D 
Black, mrs R D 
Booth, W K 
Booth, mrs Anna 
Boring, mrs Lorena 
Bosworth, mrs Eliza 
Bradbury, W S 
Bradbury, mrs Elizabeth 
Bradshaw, mrs Emily 
Browning, mrs Hannah 
Bruckner, Jas O 
Bruckner, mrs Fannie 
Bruckner, mrs Mary 
Bruckner, miss Mattie 
Buice, Elisha 
Buice, mrs Addie 
Boynton, C E 
Caldwell, mrs Frances 
Caldwell, miss R 
Caldwell, miss Cammilla 
Cheshire, C 
Cheshire, mrs E D 
Chester, W P 
Chester, mrs Mary R 



Chester, mrs Emma 
Clancy, Michael J 
Clancy, mrs Mary A 
Clancy, miss Emma 
Clancy, miss Mary M 
Clancy, master Wm P 
Colley, miss Sarah J 
Cook, mrs Docia 
Cook, miss Esther 
Corbin, P V 
Crawford, Robert 
Crawford, mrs Adelia W 
Davis, mrs Christiana 
Day, Mattie R 
Dermott, mrs Georgia C 
Dodd, Green T 
Dougherty, mrs Achsah 
Doughty, mrs 
Dunlap, miss Eleanor 
Dunlap, miss Rebacca 
Douglas, miss Annie 
Earnest, F W 
Earnest, mrs F W 
Earnest, Elijah 
Echols, Abner A 
Edwards mrs 
Ferguson, D P 
F ird. Rev Jas J 
Ford, rars Emily 
Ford, James C 
Frizzell, John H 
Gallagher, C H 
Goudy, rars E A 
Hammond, Rev Dennis F 
Hammond, mrs Adelia 
Hammond, William 
Hammond, miss Octavia 
Hafnpton, John R 



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Haney, mrs Elizabeth 
Hai-dage, Jas N 
Hardage, mrs Louisa 
Harris, Rev W F 
Harris, rars Martha 
Haslett, John 
Haslett, Elizabeth 
Haygood, rars Mary T 
Haynes, W A 
Hayues, mrs Lizzie 
Hester, miss Mattie 
Hilton, mrs Minerva 
Holbrook, John M 
Holbrook, rars Hannah 
Holbrook, Jesse C 
Holbrook, mrs Elizabeth 
Holmes, miss Fannie 
Holmes, miss Margarett 
Honecker, Christian 
Honeckei*, rai-s Martha 
Honecker, miss Martha 
Honecker, master William 
Humphreys, Narcissa 
Haygood, mrs N A 
Haygood, miss Laura A 
Haygood, raiss Alraira A 
ILaygood, Rev A G 
Haygood, mrs M Y 
Jeffries, LaFayette 
' Johnson, Mark W 
Johnson, mrs L P 
Johnson, rars Martha 
Johnson, Eliza 
Jones, Oliver H 
Jones, mrs Rebecca 
Jones, Dr Geo W 
Jones, mrs Zenobia 



Knight, John 
Kniglit, mrs Ann 
Langford, mrs Magaret B 
Lester, mrs 
Livingston Jos H 
Livingston, mrs 
Long, mrs Harriet E 
Lyon, mrs Jadge 
Lyon, mrs Ruth E 
Lyon, miss Julia 
Martin, Mary 
McCormack, Hettie 
McDade, mrs Rebecca 
McFarland, mrs 
McLean, mrs Jane 
Mangum, mrs M L 
Mangum, miss martha 
Mangum, Wheeler 
Morgan, A E 
Muse, E H 
Muse, mrs A S 
Muse, Llewellen 
McLendon, Mary L 
Mobley, E D L 
O'Donnally, Rev John 
O'Donnally, rars John 
O'Donnally, raaster Robert 
Ogletree, Samuel 
Ogletree, rars Mary F 
Ogletree, miss Sallie 
Ogletree, mrs Bersheba 
Owens, John D 
Owens, mrs E R 
Owens, miss Sue W 
Owens, miss Amelia C 
Ozburn, J R D 
Ozbnrn, mrs EUzabeth 



CHURCH RECORD. 



n 



Peacock, Lewis B 
Peltus, inrs 
Porter, J T 
Porter, nirs Maria L 
Powell, Dr TS 
Powell, rars Julia 
Price, Dr Jas W 
Patillo, mrs Sallie E 
Quillian, George 
Raraey, mrs Mary A 
Rawson, E E 
Rawson, mrs E W 
Rawson, miss Mary P 
Rawson, miss Laura 
Rawson, miss Emma 
Ray, rars Isabella 
Ray, miss Lizzie 
Ray, master Henry 
Reed, mrs Mary 
Red wine, Dr C L 
Register, mrs Tamesia 
Register, mrs Ellen H 
Reid, J M C 
Reid, mrs Sarah 
Reynolds, T S 
Reynolds, mrs Mary 
Richards, mrs L V 
Richardson, Francis M 
Richardson, mrs Sarah E 
Richardson, master F H 
Robinson, Geo M 
Rogers, John C 
Rhudy, miss Josephine 
Rush, miss Margaret 
Salmons, L S 
Schenck, mrs Pauline 
Scrutchin, mrs M A 
Sherwood, mrs Samuel 



Small, mrs W J 
Smith, Ed A 
Smiili, mrs Elizabeth 
Smith, miss Ophelia 
Spillman, mrs 
Stinson, mrs Julia 
Stovall, mrs 
Stoy, Thaddeus W 
Stoy, mrs Emma 
Thomas, Lovick P, sen 
Thomas, rars Martha A 
Thomas, miss Sallie E 
Thomas, Lovick P, jun 
Thomas, mrs Jane 
Thumas, Robt F 
Thomas, mrs Eliza 
Thomas, Jane E 
Thompson, mrs Martha 
Thrower, Thomas 
Thrower, mrs Mattie 
Thrower, Osgood A 
Thrower, Benjamin 
Thurman, miss Sarah 
Towns, miss Jennie 
Tread well, miss Eliza J 
Tattle, Joel 
Todd, Robt 
Todd, Mary A E 
Wade, rars Josephine 
Ware, rars Nancy 
Warren, Dr T A 
Warren, rars S E 
Wellborn, Rev C B 
Wells, rars 
Wells, miss Lizzie 
Wells, mrs L C 
Wells, miss Lucy 
West, mrs 



72 CHURCH RECORD. 



White, Virgil M Woodruff, mrs Mattie 
White, mrs Mary A Wing, mrs Emily- 
Willy, mrs Julia D Zachry, Jas L 
Wilson, mrs Jane Zachry, mrs Mary J 
Wood, Coleman F Zachry, miss Luta C 
Wood, mrs Mary Zachry, miss Carrie E 
Wood, miss Lou Zachry, Wm J 
Wood, mrs Candice Zachry, mrs Martha A 
Woodruff, John C 

SABBBATH SCHOOL, 

Aggregate, Teachers and Pupils, - - 300 

Average Attendance, - - - - 225 



F. M. RICHARDSON, Superintendent. 



J. N. Hard AGE, 

Mrs. Hbttik M'Cormick 



i Libra 



rarians. 



FIRST BAPTIST. 

Corner Forsyth and Walton'^Streets. 

Conference First Saturday in each Month, 
Communion First Sabbath in each Month. 
Services every Sabbath at 10^ o'' clock. 

H. C. HORNADY, Pastor. 



*Li8t of Names not accessible. 



CHURCH RECORD. 73 



SABBATH SCHOOL. 

Total, Teacher and Pupils, - - - 500 
Average Attendance, - - - . 350 



A. K. SEAGO, Superintendent. 



Chaeles J. KiCKLiGHTER, Librarian. 
A. P. Stewart, Assistant Librarian. 



SECOI^D BAPTIST. 

Northwest Corner of Washington and Mitchell Sts. 
(Aggregate Membership 196.) 

Conference — Saturday before the 2d Sabbath in each 
Month. 

Communion — Sabbath folloioing Monthly Confer- 
ence. 

Services every Sabbath at 10^ o'clock, A. M.. 

W. T. BRANTLEY, Pastor. 
John" Milledge, Jr., Clerk 

DEACONS. 

B F Bomar, Edward White, 

I McDaniel, James II Callaway. 

COMMUNICANTS. 

Adair, G B Armstrong, Dr W S 

Alexander, mrs A E Atkinson, mrs Anna E 

Anderson, mrs E B Bagby, W R 

Andrews, Ezra Bagby, mrs A H 

Andrews, mrs Fannie Barnard, mrs Mary 



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CHURCH RECORD. 



Bell, F R 

Bell, rars Mary- 
Benton, miss Susan 

Blanchard, M C 

Blanchard, mrs Martha S 

Bomar, B F 

Bomar, mrs J E L 

Bomar, John 

Bomar, mrs Anna 

Brantley, miss Louisa 

Brown, Jos E 

Brown, mrs Elizabeth 

Brown, C I 

]>rowTi, mrs Mary 

Butt, Wm M 

Butt, rars Wra M 

Butt, mrs Rebecca 

Butt, Jesse 

Butt, Timothy 
Butt, miss Fannie 
Butt, miss Elizabeth 
Calaway, Jas H 
Calaway, mrs Sarah 
Chisolm, mrs Rebecca 
Chisolm, miss Ellen 
Chisolm, miss Cornelia 
Chisolm, miss Martha 
Clfvrke, Jas 
Clarke, J W 
Clarke, mrs Lydda 
Clarke, miss Mary 
Clarke, mrs Parmelia 
Clarke, miss Alice 
Clarke, miss Eugenia E 
Connor, Geo C 
Connor, mrs Louisa 
Cuthbert, Robert 
Cutting, J L 



Cutting, mrs Eliza 
Davis, rars Ada A 
Dorsey, rars M E 
Dubose, mrs M 
Dunn, mrs Laura C 
Echols, mrs Ruth W 
Eyell, miss Caroline 
Fleming, mrs Maria 
Fleming, mr.^ O E 
Franklin, J H 
Frick, mrs Caroline 
Gardner, mrs Rebecca 
Gaskill, Rev V A 
Gaskill, mrs M A 
Gee, Wm 
Gee, mrs S A 
Glenn, H H 
Glenn, Howell 
Glenn, Thos J 
Glenn, mrs Mildred 
Glenn, miss Sallie 
Goldsmith, mrs Sarah 
Gregory, F M 
Gregory, Ferdinand 
Gregory, mrs S A 
Gregory, miss Catharine 
Grubb, Samuel 
Grubb, mrs Ellen A G 
Grubb, mrs Eliza. H W 
Llamilton, miss MAE 
Hammond, mrs L T 
Harris, mrs Judge 
Harris, miss Franecs 
Harris, miss Josephine 
Harris, miss Matilda 
Henderson, miss Sallie E 
Higginbotham, Mark 
Hi'fl, John R 



CHURCH RECORD. 



15 



Hill, mrs Dartha 
Hillyer, Henry 
Holmes, mrs Hester A 
Holmes, mrs Martha 
Hiilsey, mrs Josephine 
Humphreys, mrs Rebecca 
Hunt, J W 
Hunt, mrs Martha A 
Hunter, mrs P R 
James, John H 
Johnson, miss Eliza 
Jones, miss Lucy 
Kendrick, S S 
Kendrick, mrs E H 
Kidd, mrs N 
Knott, Rev Richard 
Knott, mrs Sarah E 
Knott, miss L P 
Knott, miss Martha A 
Krogg, mrs Jane 
Lane, mrs Rebecca 
Lee, Sanders W 
Lee, mrs Anna 
Lee, miss Mary 
Love, mrs Tabitha 
Luckie, mrs 
Lynn, mrs Amanda M 
Lynn, miss Mary 
Lynn, miss Susan 
Marshall, Rev A E 
Martin, T A 
Massey, Dr R J 
Massey, mrs R J 
Massey, mrs Sophia 
Mathe\\'s, A B 
McBride, A J 
McDaniel, 10 
McDaniel. Egbert 



McDaniel, P E 
McDaniel, Ira 
McDaniel, mrs C J 
McDaniel, mrs R J 
McDaniel, mrs L C 
McDaniel, miss Vesta J 
Meredith, mrs Georgia 
Meredith, miss Cordelia 
Miller, mrs Mary 
Nace, mrs Anna B 
Neal, John 
Neal, miss Emma 
Nelson, mrs Nancy 
Newman, mrs A E 
Nix, mrs Ann 
Nunnally, A F 
Nunnally, mrs A F 
O'Keefe, D C 
O'Keefe, mrs Sarah 
Patch, mrs Elizabeth 
Pittman, M 
Pittman, mrs Lou 
Pope, mrs W 
Potts, miss Lavinia 
Pound, mrs 
Reeves, mrs N J 
Richards, J J 
Richards, S P 
Richards, H H 
Richards, mrs S P 
Richards, mrs Ellen 
Richardson, mrs 
Roach, Dr E J 
Roach, mrs Dr E J 
Rucker, mrs L V 
Scruggs, Wm L 
Scruggs, mrs Judith 
Seals, mrs John H 



76 



CHURCH RECORD. 



Sisson, Henry 
Smith, Samuel 
Smith, T T 
Smith, mrs T T 
Smith, mrs Joseph 
Smith, miss Elizabeth 
Spear, mrs Elizabeth 
Spear, miss Sallie 
Spiller, miss Eddie 
Stubner, mrs Anna 
Taylor, mrs Susan 
Tippen, J B 
Toon, J J 
Toon, mrs J J 
Verdery, S A 
Verdery, M R 
Ware, Dr J E H 
Watkin s, mrs R D 



Welborn, A R 
Wells, mrs Elizabeth 
Werner, mrs 
West, Thos W 
West, mrs Mary J 
West, Henry A 
Whitaker, J I 
Whitaker, mrs Nannie E 
Whitaker, miss Isabella J 
White, Edward 
White, mrs Mary A 
White, miss M D 
Wiker, mrs Catherine 
Williams, mrs Mary L 
Willis, Charles 
Zimmerman, R P 
Zimmerman, mrs Bethie M 



Sabbath School. 

Aggregate Number of Teachers and Pupils, - 250 

Average Attendance, 200 

J. J. TOON, Superintendent. 
Ika McDaniel, Librarian. 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. 

South Side Marietta, between Forsyth 'and Spring 

Streets. 

(Aggeegate Membekship 162.) 

Communion, First Sabbath in March, June, Sep- 
tember, and December. 

Preaching every Sabbath at 10| o^cloch A. M. 

REV. JOHN S. WILSON, D. D., Paster. 



CHURCH RECORD. 



ELDERS. 



Joel Kelsey. 
Berrymaa Shumate. 
Wm. Markhara. 
Wra. McMUlan. 
S. B. Hoyt, 
James Hoge, 



DEACONS. 



J. R. Wallace, 
L. M. Dimmick, 
W. J. Houston, 



L. B. Davis, 
W. P. laman, 
V. Thompson, 
Joseph L. King, 
Wm. M. Lowry. 



J. S. Oliver, 
W. A. Powell, 
Charles Harmsen, 



COMMUNICANTS, 



Adams, Sarah S 
Alexander, Martha 
Allen, miss Clara C 
Austell, mrs F A 
Baine, Donald 
Baine, mrs Rebecca W 
Barry, Charles M 
Barry, mrs Jane E 
Barry, miss Sarah J 
Bassford, mrs L L B 
Bellingrath, Leonard 
Bellingrath, mrs Catha- 
rine 
Bellingrath, Albert 
Bellingrath, mrs Mary 
Blackburn, mrs E J J 
Braumuller, H 
Braumuller, mrs A 
Brockman, Jas P 
Brockman, mrs Ruth 
Brockman, miss Lucy J 
Clark, Robert C 



Clifford, mrs Caroline 
Cocke, mrs Margaret E 
Cole, mrs Mary C 
Collier, James M 
Collier, mrs Frances M 
Corry, mrs Harriet 
Corry, miss Sarah J 
Daniels, mrs Mary A L 
Daniels, miss Jane 
Edwards, Martha 
Farrar, mrs Mary B 
Farrar, mrs A 
Ficken, Henry 
Gamble, Sarah 
Garmany, Mary 
Gilbert, mrs Catharine 
Glatz, Julins 
Glatz, mrs Sarah Ann 
Glenn, John 
Glenn, mis Eliza 
Gleim, miss N E 
Gordon, mrs Elizabeth A 



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Gordon, miss Alice 
Green, mrs Mary 
Harden, C 
Harrasen, Charles 
Harmsen, mrs Julia M 
Hay den, Julius A 
H;iyden, rars Harriet E 
Ilayden, miss Leslie 
Haynes, Mary 
Heely, Thomas G 
Heely, mrs Olive M 
Helms, Temperance A 
Hetzel, Wilhelna 
Hetzel, mrs Henrietta 
High, mrs M 
Hill, mrs Elizabeth C 
Hill, Parraelia P 
Hoge, James 
Hoge, mrs Catharine 
Hoge, miss M E 
Hoge, miss Kate S 
Hoge, miss Mary Jane 
Horton, Theresa 
Houston, W J 
Houston, mrs Anna 
Houston, mrs Amanda C 
Houston, miss Flora 
Hoyt, S B 
Hoyt, mrs L M 
Inman, "VV P 
Inman, mrs H C 
Inman, Shadrick W 
Inman, rars Catharine Ann 
Inman, Hugh P 
Jones, mrs Lavinia C 
Kelsey, Joel 
Kelsey, rars Diana 
Kelsey, Joel, Jr 



King, Joseph L 
King, Mrs Catharine 
Koutz, Christian 
Kontz, mrs Eliza 
Kontz, miss E Amelia 
Langley, Franklin 
Langston, T L 
Ligon, Thomas H 
Ligon, mrs Martha 
Lowry, Wm M 
Lowry, mrs Julia 
Lyon, George 
Markham, Wm 
Markham, mrs A D 
McDiarmid, mrs M S 
McFier, Mary A 
McMillan, Wm 
McMillan, mrs R D 
McMillan, Jane 
Morrison, M 
Mulligan, Berry 
Mulligan, mrs Susanna 
Oliver, J S 
Oliver, mrs Cynthia 
Oliver, miss Georgia Ann 
Parks, rars Amanda M 
Parks, miss Mary J 
Payne, L M 
Peck, mrs Josephine 
Plaster, B F 
Powell, mrs Louisa A C 
Powell, W A 
Rawlings, mrs Mary G 
Rhinehart, Christian 
Rhinehart, Mary A 
Rice, mrs Louisa E 
Robinson, James 
Robinson, mrs Jane C 



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79 



Robinson, mrs Martha M 
Rouski, Hetty M 
Rucker, J W 
Rucker, mrs MJ E 
Saunders, F H 
Sawtell, Ephraim 
Saye, Richard 
Scott, Mary 
Shepherd, mrs M A 
Shumate, Berryman 
Shumate, mrs Nancy 
Shumate, mrs Sarali W 
Shumate, R C 
Shumate, mrs Pryalla A 
Sims, Philip B 
Siais, mrs Jane 
Smythson, Elizabeth 
Strickland, Isaac 
Strickland, mrs Mary F 
Strickland, miss Laura 
Thompson, V 
Tomlinson, mrs A 



Taller, W H 
Taller, mrs F H 
Underwood, mrs Loucinda 
VaudergrifF, mrs Elizabeth 
Venable, S C 
Waits, mrs Nancy E 
Wallace, John R 
W illace, mrs Elizabeth a 
Ware, Mary A E 
White, John C 
White, mrs Laura 
Wiley, mrs 
Williams, mrs Agnes 
Williams, Lou 
Wilson, Sarah 
Wilson, mrs Mary A 
Wilson, mrs Juliet 
Willborn, mrs J S M 
Wilson, miss Victoria D E 
Wright, mrs Dorick 
Wright, Martha C 



SABBATH SCHOOL. 



Total, Teachers and Pupils, 
Average Attendance, 
Volumes in Library, 



120 

80 
350 



L. B. DAVIS, Superintendent. 
Jas. Hoge, Ass't Superintendent. 
T. C. Laxgstox, Librarian. 



80 CHURCH RECORD. 

CENTRAL PRESBYTERIA.N. 

Wset Side Washington Street, opposite City Hall. 

(Aggregate Membership 125.) 

Sacramental Meetings Fjrst Sabbath in Jamcary, 
April, July, and October. 

Preaching every Sabbath at lO^- d'cloclc, A. M., and 
in the Afternoon, or at Night. 

REV. RUFUS K. PORTER, Pastor. 

ELDERS. 

Dr Joseph P. Logan, Wm McNauglit, 

Julias M. Patton, John C. Whitner. 

Moses Cole, 

DEACONS. 

W. P. Robinson, P. P. Pease, 

Geo. S. Thomas, Charles Whitehead. 

W. P. Harden, 

/ 

COMMUNICANTS. 

Alexander, mrs Georgia J Boyd, Martha A 

Alexander, miss Harriet E Boyd, Mary R 

Anderson, mrs M A Brown, mrs Mary L 

Ansley, John U Brown, miss Maria L 

Ansley, mrs Mary Calhoun, mrs Lucy 

Bard, mrs Martha Calhoun, miss Georgia 

Barrick, James R Calhoun, miss Florida 

Barrick, mrs L B Calhoun, mrs Mary J 

Barth, C F Campbell, mrs Virginia O 

Boyd, miss Nancy E Clack, mrs Elizabeth 

Boyd, miss Martha C Clarke, John M 



CHURCH RECORD. 



81 



Clarke, mrs J M 
Clarke, Edward Y 
Clarke, Thos M 
Clayton, miss C 
Cole, Moses 
Cole, mrs Maria 
Coleman, mrs Sallie H 
Combs, miss Mary 
Cooley, mrs Mary 
Corley, miss Mary 
Craig, James 
Craig, mrs Julia A 
Crew, mrs J L 
Crook Joseph W 
Crook, miss Mary W 
Crook, miss Amanda M 
Dabney, Wm A 
Dabney, mrs Martha 
DuBose, Dr W 
DuBose, mrs Anna 
Edwards, mrs Virginia M 
Elliott, mrs Isabella 
Ellis, John 
Farrow, Henry P 
Farrow, mrs Cornelia 8 
Forsyth, William 
Forsyth, mrs Ann 
Gardner, mrs Caroline E 
Gilbert, Theodore 
Gilbert, mrs Henrietta 
Grant, Lemuel P 
Grant, mrs L L 
Grant, mis9 Anna 
" Grant, miss Lizzie S 
Gullatt, mrs Josephine 
Hanleiter, mrs A E 
Harden, Dr W P 
Harden, mrs Sarah J 
6 



Holly, mrs Sarah B 
Hall, mrs Mary C 
Jeffries. Dr. Francis M 
Kilby, Wm J 
KUby, mrs Wm J 
Kirkpatrick, mrs H A 
Kirkpatrick, miss C E 
Knight, George W 
Lichtenstadt, mrs M M P 
Lockhart, Joseph D 
Logan, Dr Joseph P 
Logan, mrs Ann E 
Logan, miss Annie 
Lines, Sylvanus D 
Lines, mrs Jennie A 
Lyon,' mrs J\lary E 
McDowell, Thos 
McDowell, mrs Elizabeth 
McGuire, mrs Anna M 
McNaught, William 
Mullen, mrs Mary Alice 
Newton, Chai-les S 
O'Keefe, mrs S H 
Orme, Dr Henry S 
Parr, mrs S D 
Patton, Julius M . 
Patton, miss Mary D 
Pease, Philander P 
Pease, mrs P P 
Phillips, H T 
Ripley, mrs Laura D 
Robinson, W P 
Robinson, mrs Kate W 
Rodes, mrs Sallie 
Rogers, mrs Emily C 
Rushton, William 
Rushton, mrs Martha 
Rushton, miss Mary A 



82 



CHURCH RECORD. 



Rushton, miss Eva 
Sawtell, mrs Eliza V 
Sewell, William F 
Shaw, miss Caldorwood 
Sneed, miss Sarali F 
Steele, mrs M .fy 
Thomas, George S 
Thompson, Dr Joseph 
Towns, George W 
Toy, mrs James M 
Van Epps, A C 
Wallace, Alex M 
Wallace, mrs Fannie G 
Whitner, John C 



Whitner, mrs Sarah M 
Whitney, mrs Joshua 
Whitney, miss Frank 
Whitehead, Charles 
Whitehead, mrs Julia C 
Wiley, mrs Nancy H 
Williams, mrs Carrie 
Willis, J M 
Willis, mrs Julia 
Winn, Dr E E 
Winn, mrs E E 
Word, Dr Robert C 
Word, mrs A E 
Wyly, mrs Sarah H 



SABBATH SCHOOL. 



Total, Teachers and Pupils, 
Average Attendance, 



120 
100 



MOSES COLE, Superintendent. 
J. C. Whitner, Assistant Supt. 
J. A. Barky, Librarian. 



ST. PHILIP'S, EPISCOPAL. 

N'orth-East Corner Washington and Hunter Streets. 
(Number of Communicants 12V.) 
Services every Sabbath at 10^ o^clocTc A. 31. 

REY. CHARLES W. THOMAS, Eector. 



CHURCH RECORD. 



93 



■WARDENS. 



Dr. J. M. Johnson, Senior Warden. 
Samuel Hape, Junior Warden. 

VESTEY3IEN, 

James M. Ball, Dr. L. H. Oeme, 

James Oemond, H. G. Bell, 

Dr. Holmes Sells, Isaiah Purse, 

Charles Powell, Treas'r, S. W. Grubb, Secretary. 

CONVENTION DELEGATES FOR 1866. 

Richard Peters, Esq., Samuel Hape, Esq. 



Allen, mrs M 
Angier, mrs E A 

Austin, mrs 

Ball, J M 
Bard, Dr Samuel 
Barrow, mrs Claude 
Bateson, Christopher H 
Baugh, John 
Beaumont, mrs M J 
Bell, H G 
Bell, mrs M A 
Browning, C H 
Bryant, mrs E 
Bryant, mrs J 
Buckhardt, mrs G A 

Burton, mrs 

Cassin, mrs C P 

Clancy, miss 

Clarke, mrs Joan 
Clarke, mrs M M 
Clayton, W F 
Crane, mrs Sallie C 



communicants. 



Cooper, miss G G 
Croft, miss Ellen 
Croft, miss Susan 
Currier, mrs C A 
Douglass, Dr George 
Douglass, mrs George 
Dunning, mrs C 
Erskine, Judge John 
Erskine, mrs John 
Flynn, mrs J^ne 
Ford, Dr A C 
Ford, mrs Emily 
Frazer, George P 
Garcia, mrs B 
Gibbons, mrs George 
Gray, mrs William 
Green, George 
Green, mrs George 
Grubb, Samuel W 
Hape, Samuel 
Hape, mrs OrviUa 



84 



CHURCH RECORD. 



Henderson, John 
Henderson, mrs Jolin 
n<^witt, mrs M J 

Hill, mrs 

Holroyd, miss Sarah 
Holroyd, mUs M A 
Hunnic-utt, mrs Joseph M 
Hutchinson, mrs S B 
Johnson, Dr J M 
Johnson, Rnv Richard 
Johnson, mrs Richard 
Jolmson, miss L W 
Johnson, miss S 
Jolmson rais William 
Jones, mrs Hiram T 
Jones, miss A 
Judson, miss L F 
Judson, William 
Judson, mrs E 
Judson, miss AUie 

Leonard, mrs 

Leonard, miss E 
Leyden, mrs R C 
Martin, mrs S W 
M' Arthur, T W 
M'Arthur, mrs E A 
Moore, mrs A G 
Oat man, S B 
Ogilsby miss Mary 
Orraond, James 
Ormoiid, mrs James 
Ormond, Joseph 
Ormond, miss Helen 
Orme, W P 
Orme. mrs W P 
Ormei Dr L H 
Orme, mrs F H 
Parsons, Edward 



Peters, Richard 
Peters, mrs M J 
Peters, mrs E 
Peters, Richard, jr 
Pinney, miss G C 
Poole, miss Margaret 
Powell, Charles 
Powell, mrs M A 
Powell, miss Ada 
Powell, miss M A 
Pratte, mrs E G 
Riley, T G 
Riley, mrs Auora 
Robinson, mrs Matt 
Romare, Paul 
Romare, mrs Lucy A 
Seaman, miss H C 
Sells, Dr Holmes 
Sells, mrs A H 
Smith, mrs J J 
Smith, mrs Mary C 
Snook, P H 
Snook, mrs P H 
Solomon, William 
Solomon, mrs S L 
Solomon, miss S 
Sosnowski, Julius 
Spalding, miss L P 
Taylor, miss C 
Tierney, mrs M 
Thomas, mrs E J 
Thompson, miss L 
Walker, mrs E B 
Walker, mrs Thomas 
Warwick, miss C 
Watkins, miss M D 
Watts, mrs M 
W-estmoreland, mrs M J 



CHURCH RECORD. 6S 



Williams, I D Wright, mrs L B 

Wilson, mrs Wright, miss J A 

Wood, T S Wright, miss L Rosa 

Wood, mrs Mary Young, W Euclid 

SABBATH SCHOOL. 

Total number Teachers and Pupils, - » 72 

Volumes in Library, 400 

SAMUEL HAPE, Supt. 
H. G. Bell, Librarian. 



CHRISTIAN CHURCH. 

New Church Huilding in course of erection^ on Hunter 
Street. 
Services, for the present, in building nearly opposite 
\st Baptist Church, on Walton Street. 

JNO. T. HALL, Elder. 

S. J. Shackelpoed, 

Tho. W. Chandler, \ Deacons. 

J. 1. Miller, 



CATHOLIC CHURCH— Immaculate Conception. 
South-East corner of Floyd and Hunter Streets. 

* (Total Adult Membership about 500.) 
Services every Sabbath, at 10^ o'' clock, A. M. 

Convent School of the Sisters of Mercy, east side of 
Lloyd Street, between Hunter and Mitchell. 

*An accurate list of names not accessible. 



MASONIC. 



Note.— The following Masonic bodies meet at present in Odd Fellows' Hall, 
but will occupy "Masonic Temple," corner Marietta and Broad Streets, as 
Boon as completed, wiiichwill probably be in June next. 



ATLANTA LODGE, NO. 59, F. A. M. 

Organized tmder Dispensation, April 13, and Char- 
tered October 26, A. D., 1847, A. L. 5847. 
Regular Communications, 2d and 4th Thursday 
nights in each month. 

officers. 

Thos. W. Chandler, W. M. 
W. H. Tuller, Sen. W. 
L. R. Lanier, Jr. W. 
Ed. a. "Werner, Treas. 
J. M. Boring, Sec'y. 
II, C. Barrow, Sen. D. 
G. A. HuwALD, Jr. D. 

^^•J^-«^^^^'^' [steward.. 
C. E. Stephens, \ 

J. G. McLiN, Tiicr. 

MASTER MASONS. 

Adamson, W L Baker, Rev R S 

Anderson, W C Baker, A 

Andrews, Ezra Bankston, H 

Bacon, R A Barnwell, V T 

Barrett, W J Bell, J L 



iL-iv^.k 



MASONIC. 



6^ 



Bennett, B F 
Biggers, S T 
Biggeis, J M 
Bookout, J M 
Bramlet, J F 
Brenton, D A 
Bridges, A S 
Brooks, W E 
Bryant, J M 
Buice, D 
Burr, G W 
Bush, B 
Buit, Wm M 
Calhoun, I P 
Campbell, C T 
Camp, G W 
Castleberry, M T 
Center, G W 
Chapman, Uufus 
Chapman, Henry 
Chase, G H 
Connally, T W 
Cook, I 
Cook, G W D 
Cornell, J M 
Coulter, F F 
Crane, J E 
Craven, V M 
Crussell, T G W 
Davis, C C 
Davis, J C 
Doby, J B 
Doby, G J 
Dougherty, D H 
Durand, S A 
Edwards, J R 
Earnest, E E 
Etnbry, J F 



Fechter, D 
Fay, Calvin 
Fleck, Daniel 
Flynn, Jno H 
Ford, A C 
Fuller, \V A 
Fuller, J H 
Gartrell, L J 
Giles, J T 
Gle :n, H H 
Goodhue, Xathaniel 
Grady, A B 
Graft; J H 
Gramling, J R 
Grant, V/ W 
Gredig, Abraham 
Grlftin, J D 
Gross, C G 
Hackett, Wilson 
Hammond, A W 
Hammond, Geo H 
Hancock, W S 
Harris, \V W 
Harris, T M 
Harrell, J H 
Hays, I N 
Hazlett, S D 
Heriing, W F 
Hestley J S 
Hetztl, William F 
Hiyhtower, T J 
Hill, Wm M 
Holbrook, J M 
House, F C 
Houston, W J 
Howell, H P 
Hoyt, S B 
Hook, Rev D 



i.'. 



88 



MASONIC. 



Hughes, Columbus 
Hunnicutt, C W 
Hunnicutt, E T 
Ivy, M J 
Jackson, J B 
James J H 
Jenkins, J J 
Jentzen, J H 
Johnson, R J 
Johnson, J M 
Johnston, F M 
Jones, H W 
Krous, Harry 
Landsberg, A 
Lanier, "W P 
Lawshi', Rev Lewis 
Lawshe, Er 
Ley den, A 
Lowe, W B 
Manning, A M 
Manning, W H 
Marshall, H 
Martin, T x\ 
Martin, M H 
McPherson, James 
McWilliams, G W 
McEntyre, W R 
McCool, J A 
Mead, L S 
Mead, W T 
Mell, E S 
Mills, J G M 
Minis, J T 
Mitchell, W D 
Moore, B F 
Morris, J F 
Morris, T A 
Morris, W L 



Munday, E W 
Murphy, E C 
Murphy, Anthony 
Nelson, James M 
Oatman, S B 
O'Connor, Thomas 
O'Keefe, D C 
Orme, Henry S 
Oslin, Rev R E 
Owen, Powell 
Ozburn, J R D 
Parsons, Edward 
Pate, J A 
Payne, C M 
Peel, John 
Perdue, F P 
Phillips, L B 
Pittman, Daniel 
Plummer, E T 
Pound, J G 
Powell, Chapman 
Price, J W 
Purtell, J H 
Ransom, J II 
Rice, A G 
Roach, E J 
Robinson, R J 
Rogers, Rev B P 
Roony, Nicholas 
Rosser, J P 
Rucker, J W 
Sasseen, E R 
Sawtell, I Y 
Seavy, J II 
Sewell, J W 
Sewell, A C 
Shearer, W 
Shipley, J S 



MASONIC. 



89 



Silvey, John 
Sitton, P M 
Smith, A M 
Smith, B D 
Spinks, L D 
Stephens, W H 
Strickland, Henry 
Strong, C H 
Sultles, A G 
Taylor, J A 
Thrasher, J J 
Thrower, T L 
Thurman, B 
Touchstone, B B 
Toy, James M 
Trimble, M H 
Walker, D A 
Walker, T E 
Ware, J E H 



Waters, W T 
Welch, George 
Wells, J Y 
Westbrook, J L 
Whitaker, A S 
White, E, A 
Wiley, J M 
Williford, B N 
Willis, J M 
Wilson, W A 
Wilson, J S 
Wise, John S 
Witt, H H 
Wood, Winston , 
Young, John 
Young, Rev D 
Young, W Euclid 
Young, Robert 



FULTON LODGE, NO. 216, F. A. M. 

Organized October^ 1857. 

Regular Communications 1st and 3d Thursday 
nights in each month. 

OFFICERS. 

W. W. Boyd, W. M. 

H. W. Beoxton, Sr. W. 

M. V. D. CoEPUT, Jr. W. 

C. D. Jackson, Treas. 

C. F. Baeth, Sec'y. 

L. Cohen, Sr. D. 

T. E. Whitaker, Jr. D. 

J. W. Keely, ) a«.^^„^;i„ 

G. H. GeamJng, [Stewards. 

A. McLellan, Tiler. 



dO 



MASONIC. 



MASTER MASONS. 



B.1SB, U D 
Bellingralh, L 
Bomar, B F 
Bowman, J T 
Braiiham, D H 
Brewer, W 
]>roscius, J W 
B.ish, R P 
Chapman, E B 
Dallas, D G 
Dean, L 
Erskiiie, John 
Farrow, H. P. 
Frank, M 
Frank, S 
Garner, L C 
Glenn, L J 
Gramlinor, J A 
Hagan, F 
Hammock, C C 
Harmsen, Charles 
Hayden, F 
High, W L 
Holland, W C 
Howard, R A 
Hudson, J H, 
Jennings, W 
Joiner, H 
Kennedy, T J 
Kinsx, A L 
Kuh^rt, H G 



Lansdell, W A 
Lichtenstadt, M L 
Love, S B 
Maier, John 
Massey, R J 
Maver, David 
Mcbaniel, I O 
McDaniel, P E 
Mitchell, A W 
Peck, J C 
Phinizy, J F 
Pratte, B A 
Rich, William 
Smith, C H 
Spenceley, .J 
Stanton, W II 
Steinheimer, J 
Thomas, G S 
Turner, D R 
Venable, D C 
Walker, E B 
Watkins, W 
West, W D 
Whi taker, J I 
Williams, J E 
Williams, E G 
Williams, J N 
Wilson, W 
Wilson, M M 
Wing, H L 



MASONIC. 91 



MOUNT ZION ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER, NO. 16. 

Chartered May Sc?, A. D., 1847, A. Z, 2377. 

Rkgulae Convocations, 2d and 4th Monday nights 
in each month 

OFFICERS. 

Thos. W. Chandler, M. E. H. P. 

H. C. Barrow, E. K. 

H. Marshall, E. S, 

Henry S. Orme, Capt, H. 

W. W. Boyd, Piin. Soj. 

L. R. Lanier, R. A. C. 

E. J. Roach, M. 3d V. 

V. T. Barnwell, M. 2d V. 

Calvin Fay, M. 1st V. 

C. D. Jackson, Treas. 

Geo. H. Hammond, Sec'y. 

A. McLellan, Sen'l. 

royal arch masons. 

Anderson, W C Davis, C C 

Albert, J F Fleishel, David 

Austell, A Frank, M 

Bacon, R A Fuller, W A 

Baker, R S Glenn, L J 

Biggers, S T Gross, C G 

Bookout, T A Hammock, C C 

Boring, J M Hays, J W 

Bostain, H W Hendrix, J C 

Brooks, W E Holt, A K 

Broxton, H W Houston, W J 

Connally, T W Hughes, Columbus 

Crussell, T G W Hunnicutt, C W 

Cunningham, J D Hunnicutt, E T 



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MASONIC. 



Lansdell, W A 
Lattimer, H B 
Lawshe, Lewis 
Ley den, A 
Maier, Jno 
Mayer, David 
McLin, J G 
Mead, W T 
Mills, J G W 
Moore, B F 
Moore, W C 
Morris, T A 
Owen, P 
Ozburn, Jas R D 
Pa£?e, W J 
Peck, J C 
Pegg, W H 
Pounds, J G 



Ransom, Josopli H 
Rich, William 
Rosser, J P 
RushtOD, V/ 
Sitton, P M 
Strong, C H 
Thomas, A G 
Tuller, W II 
Turner, W H 
Werner, E A 
Whitaker, J I 
Whitaker, T E 
Williams, J E 
Williams, J IST 
Williford, B N 
Willis, J M 
V/inn, E E 
Witt, H H 



JASON BURR COUNCIL, NO. 13. 
Royal Masters and Select Masons of 27. 
Organized in April 1855. 
Regular Convocations, 3d Monday night in each 



month. 



OFFICERS. 



W. W. BoTD, T. 111. J. M. Boring, Rec. 

Tiios. W. ChandleRjH. T. Henry S. Orme, C. G. 
H. C. Barrow,H. a. a. McLellan, Steward. 

N. D'Alvigny, Treas. J. G. McLin, Sen']. 



MEMBERS. 



Aderhold, W V 
Albert, J F 
Barnwell, V T 



Ladd, A C 
Lankford, J A 
Lawshe, Rev Lewis 



MASONIC. 99 



Blaclup, (-0 S Love, J M 

Brooks, A E Marshall, H 

Clarke, R«'HW Mead, W T 

Cru>ssell, ' G W Mills, J G W 

Davis, C Moore, W C 

Einbree, ] L Kichardson, F M 

Fay, Cah I Sitton, P M 

Hammoni Geo H Thomas, A G 

Iliil, Wm [ Tnller, W H 

Hood, R( D Whitaker, J I 

Jones, G Willis, J M 

Key, Re\ W Zachry, Bertrand 



CCEUR IC LION COMMANDERY, NO. 4.— K. T. 
Chr'ered Sejit. \1,A. D., 1859, A. 0., 741. 
Regul:c -Conclave, 1st Monday night in each month. 

OFFICERS. 

Thos. W. Chandler, P.*. C*. Em. Com. 

Calvix Fay, Gen. 

W. W. Boyd, P.-.C.-.— G.-.Gen.-.Capt. Gen. 

H. Marshall, Prelate. 

J. M. Willis, S. W. 

W. H. TULLER, J. W. 

Lewis Lawshe, Treas. 
W. H. Turxer, Rec. 
Hexry S. Orme, Warder. 
P. M. SiTTOx, Std. Br. 
H. Hodges, Swd. Br. 
A. M. Maxxi.sg, 1st Gd. 
C. C. Davis, 2d Gd. 
Columbus Hughes, 3d Gd. 
J. G. McLix, Sen'l. 



94 



MASONIC. 



KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. 



Aderbold, W V 
Anderson, G T 
Albert, J F 
Barnwell, V T 
Barrow, II C 
Beaumont, T M— P.-.C.-. 
Bostain, H W 
Brassell, J 
Brooks, W E 
Cleveland, W L 
Corput, Max V D 
D'AIvigny, N 
Dent, Joseph E 
Dent, W B W 
Fuller, W A 
Hancock, W H 
Jackson, C D 
Jones, G L 



Leyden, A 
Manning, G S 
McLellan, A 
McPherson, James 
Mead, W T 
Mills, J G W 
Moore, B F 
Morris, T A 
Newman, "Wra G 
Peacock, D W K 
Pratte, Bernard 
Sage, B Y 
Smith, H F 
Steadman, E 
Richardson, F M 
Whitaker, T E 
Wilkinson, U B 
Wise, J S 



WHITE EAGLE CHAPTER, NO. 1, 

Bose Croix, A. and A. B. Chartered July 3, 1866. 



W. W. Boyd, M.*. W.- 
Tho. W. Chandler, S.-.W. 
A. J. Blair, J.'. W.-. 
W. H. Tuller, Ora. 

N. D'Alvigny, Alsuo. 
W. T. Mead, Sec'y. 



H. C. Barrow, M.-. C.- 
Calvin Fay, S.\ Exp. 
II. S. Orme, J.-. Exp. 
M. Frank, Gd. of Tern. 
H. G. KuHRT, Tiler. 



MOUNT ZION COUNCIL OF GOOD SAMARITANS 

Meets first Tuesday Night in each Month. 

W. W. Boyd, Master of Ceremonies. 
Geo. II. Hammond, Sec'y- 



I. 0. 0. F. 



CENTRAL LODGE, NO. 28. 

Organized October 7, 1848. 

Meets Every Tuesday Night, in Odd Fellows' Haxl. 



OFFICEES. 



M. BuiCE, N. G. 
J. C. Rogers, Treas. 



W. D. West, V. G. 
B. F. Bennett, Sec'y- 



Anderson, Robert 
Ashley, W G 
Bacon, R A 
Bailey, W H 
Bailie, Donald 
Baker, J W 
Bender, William 
Boyd, W W 
Bright, G L 
Broxton, H W 
Caldwell, M P 
Carnell, .Jara-^s M 
Center, Geo W 
Chapman, W B 
Clarke, L H 
C ran ford, 11 L 
Crawford, F A 
Croft, D W 
Daiber, John 



MEMBERS. 



Dunbar, J H 
Eddleman, F M 
Elyea, C H 
Fechter, D 
Fife, R A 
Fleishel, David 
Fowler, J W 
Franklin, H 
Garnett, Thos. 
Gramling, W G 
Gramling, J A 
Gross, C G 
Guess, H P 
Hanleiter, W R 
Haynes, T F 
Henibree, H D R 
Henderson, J C 
Ilolcombe, H C 
Husketh, L S 



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I. O. O. F. 



Jackson, C D 
Jarrall, Willis 
Jones, J T 
Keltner, Wm 
Keltner, Dan'l E 
Kellner, T W 
Kerr, J L 
Kilby, W J 
Kirklaud, W L 
Klotz, J P 
Lee, M D 
Lynch, J 
Mays, J P 
McDaniel, W P 
Middleton, J A 
Mitchell, W D 
Mitchell, W E 
Mott, James B 
Muuday, E W 



Oliver, W T 
Pair, J H 
Phillips, L B 
Pittman, R A 
Piummer, E T 
Rich, William 
Rogers, J C 
Rogers, J J 
Smith, James T 
Spinks, L D 
Spinas, H T 
Thompson, J R 
Tyler, Charles 
Wallace, J R 
Weaver, J M 
Whitaker, T E 
Young, Dr David 
Youngblood, M M 



" W ■ ♦ « »■ 



BARNES LODGE NO. 55. 

Organized March 5, 1863. 
Meets Every Friday Night, in Odd Fellows' Hall. 



OFFICERS. 



J. M. HuiSTNTCUTT, N. G. 

E. P. McCowN, Treas. 



C. E. Stephens, V. G. 
S. W. Grubb, Sec'y. 



MEMBERS. 



Autry, J II 
Autry, F M 
Barnes, A L 
Barnwell, V T 
Barrick, James R 
Bennett J K 
Bowen, J C 



Bradley, Wm 
Brannan, John C 
Bridges, R PI 
Brown, Lee 
Bush, Geo W 
Bush, R P 
Barrow, H C 



L O. O. R 



97 



Chandler, Thos W 
Chase, Geo H 
Cox, F A 
Cox, James B 
Crane, J E 
DeLay, H R 
Dickson, W E 
Dockum, O, p Q 
Edwards, J L 
Farrar, R M, p g 
Fletcher, W H 
Fleming, T P, p o 
Freck, A 
Gammage, T M 
Glenn, Luther J, p a 
Grant, W W 
Griffin, J L 
Grist, B A 
Grist, M T 
Grubb, S W, p G 
Grubbs, W W 
Henderson, John 
Hill, A J 
Hill, John A 
Hughens, Jno H 
Hunnicutt, J M 
Ikerd, H M 



McCown, E P, p G 
McCown, R W 
Mead, L S 
Middleton, "W" G 
Millwood, W R 
Mitchell, I S 
Murphy, E C 
Myers, C F 
Ogletree, Geo T 
Orme, Henry S 
Patillo, S H 
Porter, J T 
Queen, David M 
Riley, Thos G 
Shaw, S H 
Smith, Jesse 
Stapler, R F, p o 
Stephens, C E 
Thompson, B W 
Thompson, J T 
Watson, A R 
Whitmire, W C 
Willis, J M 
Wing, James M 
Wilson, Hugh A 
Wilson, Henry 
Young, John 



EMPIRE ENCAMPMENT, NO. 12. 

Chartered December 13, 1860. 

Meets on the 3d and 4th Wednesday nights^of Each Month, 

At Odd Fellows' Hall. 

officers. 
T. P. Fleming, C. P. J. W. Bakee, Jr. W. 

B. F. Bennett, H. P. S. Yv^. Gkubb, Scribe. 

John A. Hill, Sen. W. M. Buicb, Treas. 

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98 I. O. O. F. 



MEMBERS. 

Bailey, WH, pcp&php Jones, John T 

Bakor, John W Kilby, W J, p h p ^ 

Barnes, W H, p g p Lower, A 

Barnwell, V T Mays, John P 

Bennett, B F McCown, E P, pcp&ph p 

Boyd, W W, M w 6 p Mitchell, W D 

Brown, Lee Munday, E W 

Buice, M Pair, J H 

Chandler, T W Pluramer, E T 

Crawford, A R liiley, Thos G 

Croft, D W Stapler, R F 

Dockum, O, p c p & p h p Terry, Geo W 

Farrar, R M Thompson, J R 

Fleming, TP, pcp&php Wallace, John R 

Gramling, W G, p u p Whitaker, T E 

Gruub, SW, PCP&PHP Willis, J M 

Henibree, H D R Young, John 

Hill. John A Toungblood, M 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT, 



THE EXECUTIVE. 

Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, President, salary $25,000 
LaFayette S. Foster, of Conn., acting Vice Presi- 
dent, salary 8,000 

THE CABINET. 

Wm. H. Seward, of N. Y., Sec. of State, salary 6 8,000 
Hugh McCullocli, of Indiana, Sec. of Ti-eas. " 8,000 
Edwin M. Stanton, of Penn,, Sec. of War, " 8,000 
Gideon Wells, of Conn., Sec. of Navy, " 8,000 
Orville H. Browning, of 111., Sec. of the Inte- 
rior, salary 8,000 

Henry Stanbury, of Ohio, Att'y Gen'I, salary. .. 8,000 

Alex. W. Randall, of Wis., P. M. Gen'I, salary. . . 8,000 

THE JUDICIARY. 

SUPEEJIE COUET OP THE UJQTED STATES. 

Salmon P. Chase, of Ohio, Chief Justice, salary, $ 6,500 

Associate Justices — Salary $6,000. 
Nathan Clifford, of Maine. David Davis, of Illinois. 
Samuel Nelson, of N. Y. Noah H. Swayne, of Ohio. 
Robt. C. Grier, of Penn. Samuel F. Miller, of Iowa. 
Jas. M. Wayne, of Ga. Sthephen J. Field, of Cal. 

Court meets 1st Monday in December, at Washington. 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. 

The United Stales District Court for Georgia, consists 
of two Districts, the Northern and the Southern, and is 
held as follows : 
Northern District — At Atlanta, second Monday in March. 

and September. 



93243 



100 GEORGIA STATE GOVERNMENT. 



Southern District — At Savannah, second Tuesday in Feb- 
ruary, May, August, and November. 

OFFICERS OF COURT. 

John Erskine, Judsje; salary $4,000. 

H. H. Fitch, U. S.^Attorney. 

W. G. Dickson, U. S. Marshal. 

C. H. E!yea, U. S. Deputy Marshal. 

H. C. Holcomb, Clerk, Southern District. 

W. B. Smith, Clerk, pro tern.. Northern District. 

UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS. 

I^orthern District. — James L. Dunning; W. B. Smith 
Southern District. — H. C. Holcomb ; A. W. Stone. 



GEORGIA STATE GOVERNMENT. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Charles J. Jenkins, Governor, salary $4,000 

R. L. Hunter, Sec. Ex. Department, salary 1,800 

11. J. G. William«!, Sec. Ex. Department, 'salary. . 1,800 
Z. D. Harrison, Messenger Ex. Dept., salary 950 

STATE HOUSE OFFICERS. 

N. C. Barnett, Sec. of State, and Surv. Gen'l, salary $2,000 

Jno. T. Burns, Comptroller General, salary 2,000 

John Jones, Treasurer, salary 2,000 

J. G. Jloutgomery, Librarian, salary 1,200 

Jesse Horton, Capt. State House Guard, salary. .. 



GEORGIA STATE GOVERNMENT. 101 



JUDICIARY. — Judges Supeeme Court. 

Joseph Henry Lumpkin, of Athens, Chief J., salary $3,500 

Iverson L. Harris, of Milledgeviile, salary 3,500 

Dawson A. Walker, of Dalton, salary 3,500 

Loffan E. Blecklev, Reporter, salary 81,000. 
C. W. DuBose, Clerk. 

Sessions held semi-annually, at Milledgeviile : First 
Monday in June and December. 

PENITENTIARY. 

W. C. Anderson, Principal Keeper, salary S2,000 

C G. Talbird, Assistant Keeper, salary 1,200 

A. M. Nisbet, Book Keeper, salary 1 ,200 

LUNATIC ASYLUM. 

Dr. T. F. Green, Supt. and Resd't Physician, salary $2,500 
Dr. T. O. Powell, Assistant Superintendent. 

COWETA CIRCUIT. 

Hirm Warner, Judge, salary |2,500 

"W. H. Hulsey, Solicitor, salary 300 

COUNTIES, AND TIMES OP HOLDING COUETS. 

Troup — 3d Monday in May and November. 
Meriwether — 3d Monday in February and August. 
Fayette — 2d Monday in March and Septerabtr. 
Clayton — 1st Monday in May and November. 
Fulton — 1st Monday in April and October. 
DeKalh — 4th Monday in April and October. 



102 FTJLTON COUNTY OFFICERS. 

OFFICERS OF FULTON COUNTY. 

JUSTICES OF THE IJTTERIOR COURT. 

E. M. Taliaferro, William Watkins, I. O. McDaniel. 
C. C. Green, (One Vacancy.) 

Court. — ^Tbird Monday in June and December. 

Onlmaj'y — Daniel Pittman. 

Judge County Court — B. D. Smith. 

County Solkitor — George S. Thomas. 

Sheriff— B. N. Williford. 

Clerk Sui^erior Court — W. R. Venable. 

Clerk Inferior Covrt — J. W. Manning. 

County Treasurer — D. P. Ferguson. 

Receiver Tax JRetums — Samuel Grubb. 

Tax Collector — John M. Harwell. 

County Surveyor — ^Thomas A. Kennedy. 

Coroner — William Kile. 

Special JSailiff^ County Court — Jo. S. Smith. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Atlanta District — Wm. M. Butt, A. A. Gaulding. 
Black Hall— Adam S. Pool, F. M. White. 
Stone's — Joseph Willis, A. A. Wilson. 
Casey's — John A. Casey, J. T. Akridge. 
Huck Head — S. H. Donaldson, Hiram Casey. 
Oak Grove — Wm. Power, Starlmg Goodwin. 



POSTAL INFORMATION. 



Post Office. — Corner Albama anrl Broad Streets. 
T. G. Simms, P. M.; L. F. M. Mills, Assistant P. M. 

Office Hours, — From 8.00 A. M.,to 12.30 P. M., and 
from 2.00 to 6.00 P. M., every day except Sunday. 

Open on Sundays, from 8.00 to 10.00 A. M,, and from 
5.00 to 5.30 P. M. 

LETTER POSTAGE. 

The law requires the postage on all letters to be pre- 
paid by stamps or stamped envelopes, pavment in money 
being prohibited. All drop letters must also be pre-paid. 

The rate of letter postage is three cents per half ounce 
throughout the United States, and three cents for each 
additional half ounce or fraction thereof. 

The rate ot postage on drop letters is two cents per 
half ounce or fraction thereof, at all offices where IVee de- 
livery by carrier is estabUshed. "Where such free delivery 
is not, established, the rate is one cent. 

NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. 

The following is the postage on newspapers, when sent 
from the office of publication to regular subscribers : 
Postage on daily papers to subscribers, when pre-paid 

quarterly, or yearly, in advance, either at the mailing 

office or office of delivery, per quarter, 35 cents. 

Six times per week, per quarter 30 cents. 

For Tri-Weekly, " " 15 " 

For Semi- Weekly, " " 10 " 

For Weekly, " " 5 " 

Weekly Newspapers (one copy only) sent by the pub- 
lisher to actual subscribers, within the county where 
printed and published, free. 



104 



POSTAL INFORMATION. 



POSTAGE ON TRANSIENT MATTERS. 

BOOKS AND CIKCULAKS. 

Books, not over 4 ounces in weight, one address, 4 
cents ; over 4 onnces, and not over 8 ounces, 8 cents ; 
over 8 ounces and not over 12 ounces, 12 cents ; over 12 
ounces and not over 16 ounces, 16 cents. 

Circulars, not exceeding tiiree in number, to one ad- 
dress, 2 cents ; over three and not over six, 4 cents ; over 
six and not over nine, 6 cents ; over nine, and not ex- 
ceeding twelve, 8 cents. 



OFFICES RE-OPENED IN GEORGIA UP TO MARCH 18CT. 



APPLING— Scriven, Miss Annie Clements. 

BAKER— Newton, D L Parker. 

BALDWIN— Milledgeville, W E Quillian. 

BANKS— Erastus, Miss Mary M Burgess; 
Homer, Mrs E P Dodd ; Middle River, 
W T Martin. 

BERRIEN— Nashville, Sarah R Shepeard. 

BIBB— Macon, J H R, Washington. 

BROOKS— Quitman, D B Norman. 

BRYAN- Way's Station, T A Owens. 

BU LLOCH— Statesborough. 

BURKE— Ale-xander, Miss J PBrickett; 
Girard, CL Mobblie; Holcombe, E J 
C Hull; Laivtonville, Geo B Hack; 
Millen, J H Daniel ; Midviile, S Good- 
win ; Waynesboro, C E Blount. 

BUTI'S— Indian Springs, G G Hardaway. 

CALHOUN— Morgan, W G Pierce. 

CAMDEN- Jetfersonton ; St Mary's. 

CAMPBELIi— Campbellton, Mrs SL Butt; 
Fairburn, S Harvey; Palmetto, Miss M 
G Burch ; V.'hite Hill, Paul E Black. 

CARROLI..— Bowden, TS Garrison; Car- 
rolton, W B Couyers ; Hickory Level, 
James L Baskin; Villa lUca, S W No- 
land. 

CASS— Adairsville, J L Gash ; AUatoona, 
J S Hopper ; Cartersville, T M Comp- 
ton ; Cassville, Miss F M Brown ; Eto- 
wah, Elijah Sprigg; Kingston, F M 
Whithorn ; Pine Log, W Allen ; Stiles- 
boro', J F Sproul. 

CATOOSA— Greysville, G C Wheeler; 
Ringgold, B C Yates. 

CARLTON— Trader's Hill, B F Jones. 

CHATHAM— Savaimah, A L Harris, (Act- 



CHATTAHOOCHEE— Cusseta, Mi-s S R 
Cobb. 

CHATTOOGA— Mellviile, L JMosteller; 
Summerville, Geo M C Branner. 

CHEROKEE— Canton, L Holcomb ; Wood- 
stock, Laura A Harden. 

CLARKE— Athens, S Williford; Watkins- 
ville. Miss L E Grady. 

CLAY — Fort Gaines, Erasley Lott. ' 

CLAYTON— Jonesboro', Mrs M F Hanes ; 
Lovejoy's Station, Mrs M C Stephens. 
i CLINCH — Homersville, G Lastingar; Law- 
I ton, W H Clifton. 

COBB— Acworth, T A Roony ; Bollonville, 
B F Moulding ; Marietta, D M Young ; 
Powder Springs, A J Baser; Roswell, 
T D Adams. 

COFFEE— Mclntire. 

COLQUITT— Moultrie. 

COLUMBIA — Berzelia, H D Leitner; 
Lombardy, Mrs E Wood ; Saw Dust, G 
L Reville ; Thompson, R W Neal. 

COWETA— Grantville, W B Smith ; New- 
nan, Mrs D Wheelan ; Turin, Mrs F 
Gay. 

CRAWFORD— Knoxville, Miss E W Tor- 
rence. 

DADE — Morganville, R A Morgan ; Rising 
Fawn, M F Cowen ; Trenton, C John- 
son. 

DAWSON— Dawsonville, Mrs M V Per- 
kins. 

DECATUR— Bainbridge ; Cairo. 

DeKALB— Cross Keys, Miss M C Polk ; 
Decatur, W C Rosseau ; Lithonia, G M 
Philips ; Stone Mountain, Q P Bradley. 



POSTAL INFORMATION. 



105 



DOOLY— Byronville, J S BjTon ; Gum 
Creek, Wra Culpepper ; Vienna, Robt 
N Coppecige. 

DOUGHERfr— Albany, Miss M J Rich- 
ardson. 

EARLY— Blakely, J P Powers. 

EFflNGHAM-Eden, M Humphreys; Guy- 
ton, Ct H Eatoa; Springfield, A P Rahn. 

ELBERT— ElbertOD, A L Vail; Ruckers- 
ville, T B Cleveland. 

EJ.IANUEL— Cannoochee, Miss M D Bin- 
son ; Swainsboro', T H Kibbel. 

FANNIN— Hot House, Elisha Anderson; 
Mor<!;anton, Andrew J Stone. 

FAYETTE- Fayetteville, Miss P Smith. 

FLOYD— Cave Springs, S Hammil ; Floyd 
Springs, M S3 E C McCullough; Rome, A 
R Smith ; Yarborough, Mrs M F Wyatt. 

FORSYTH— Cumming, S R Knox; Big 
Creek, Miss Lucretia J Douglass ; Vick- 
erv's Creek, J W Orr. 

FRANKLIN— Bold Spring, Miss A A Al- 
exander; CarnesviUe, Pleasant Holley; 
Franklin Spring, Rich d W Royston. 

FUL I ON— Atlanta, T G Simms ; East 
Point, N H Bacon ; Irbvville. 

GILMER— El ijay, Mrs C'j Jarrett. 

GLASSCOCK— Gibson. 

GLYNN— Brunswick, B C Franklin : Beth- 
el, S T Gordon. 

GORDON-Calhoun, W H Thompson; 
Fair Mount, Haywood McKuhan ; Re- 
saca, J Hill. 

GREENE— Greensboro', J W Godkin ; 
Penfield, Msss Dinah Phlpps; Union 
Point, R A Newson ; ■Woodville, J Wil- 
linsham. 

GWINNETT— Cain's F Waldrup; Law- 
renceville, A E Davis; Yellow River, 
L Na=h. 

HABERSHAM— Clarkesville, J R Stan- 
ford ; Loud ville, Hamilton Allison. 

HALI^Gainesville, J W Murphy ; Gills- 
ville, C Q Chandler. 

HANCOCK— Sparta, J H Burnett. 

H AR A LSON— Uuchanan. 

HART— Air- Line, Miss Sarah Askia; Hart- 
well, H N Mulkey. 

HARRIS— Cataula, Miss M W Pitchford ; 
Ellerslie, IMrs M Harrison; Hamilton, 
Mrs M C Adair ; Mountain Hill, Miss 
J C Duke ; Mulberry Grove, Mrs A L 
Smith ; Waveriy Hill, J G Edwards ; 
Whitesville, W Weekes; Wisdom's Store, 
W H Bass. 

HEARD- Franklin, WWilson; St Cloud, 
T J Bird. ' 

HOUSTON— Byron, T B GouRh ; Fort Val- 
ley, J A McKav ; Pardue's C Church- 
nell ; Peiry, E M Uulsey ; Powersville, 
W E Warren. 



HENRY— Bear Creek, T McMahon ; Mc- 
Donough, S E Dailv ; Flat Rock. 

IRWIN— Irwlnviile, D J Feun. 

JACKSON— Harmony Grove, W Vauhn ; 
Jefferson, J Warren. 

JASPER— Monticello, Miss J Hawk. 

JEFFERSOR — Bartow, J W Carswell ; 
Bethany, J B Randall ; LouisviUe, E J 
Pound. 

JOHNSON— Wrightville, M E McNayat. 

JONES— Clinton, Miss R A Worsham. 

LAURENS— Dublin, John J Keen. 

LEt<;— Flat Pond, Jamos H Johnson ; Ren- 
wick, G T Ellison: Starkville, Nancy 
Heald. 

LIBERTY— Hinesville, Mrs C E Allen ; 
Mcintosh, S A Frazer; Riceboro', F R 
Lyons ; Taylor's Creek, Mrs S A Wil- 
son ; Walthourville, N Brown. 

LINCOLN— Lincolnton, ; Clay Hill; 

Goshen. 

LOWNDES— Naylor, Miss L E Stephens ; 
Ousley, Benj H Witherington ; Valdosta, 
J Walker. 

LUMPKIN— Auraria, J Williamson; Cross- 
ville, R Boons ; Da* lonega, J T Paxson ; 
Pleasant Retreat, H D Poteet. 

MclNTOSH - Darien, A A DeLorme. 

MACON— Marshalville, E E Bryan ; Mon- 
tezuma, J F Morris; Oglethorpe, J 
Loyd ; Winchester, T Holcomb. 

MAlilSON— Fort Lamar, Catherme An- 
drew. 

MARION-Buena Vista, Miss Sarah Kemp; 
Danielsville, E S Cobb. 

MERIWETHER— Greenville, Miss J H 
HcLares; Jones' Mills, A S Drewry ; 
Luthersville, Mrs Fanny Teagle; Rocky 
Mount, W H Lofton ; Woodbury, J T 
Lawrence ; Warnersville, Milton A Du- 
pree. 

MILLER— Colquitt, F M Piatt. 

MILTON— Alpharetta, P Skelton. 

MITCHELL-Camilla,C M Burfz. 

MONROE— Colaparchee, S F Story; Cul- 
loden, Wm H Dewees; Forsyth, ftirs M 
L Snead; Russellville, W U BaUard ; 
Unionville, Catherine Darden. 

MONTGOMERY— Mount Vernon. 

MORGAN- Buckhead, Miss M A Dobbins; 
Madison, L Markham ; Rutledge, A R 
Tribble. 

MURRAY' — Spring Place, W Anderson. 

MUSCOGEE— Columbus, T M Hogan. 

NEWTON— Covington, T S Womack ; 
Conyers, W E McCalla ; Newton Fac- 
tory, W H Pennington ; Oxford, J H, 
P Henderson. 

OGLETHORPE— Baird-Town, A Mc 
Laughlin ; Crawford, N M Stanford 
Lexington, E C Shackelford ; Millstone 



106 



POSTAL INFORMATION". 



Mrs. E J" Glenn ; Maxey, J E Bell ; Point 
Peter, G- \V Alexander; Stephens, W 
Brook ; Winterville, J Winter. 

PAULUISG— Dallas, J B Adair. 

PICKENS— Jasper, L W Hall; Talking 
Rock, Thos J Bryan. 

PIERCK— Blackshear, W Brunt. 

PIKE— Barnesville, A H Barnes; Liberty 
Hill, J P Blown ; Milner, E Bradshaw. 

POLK— Cedar Town, H W Watts. 

PULASKI— S F Salter. 

PUTNAM— Eatonion, Miss S J Prudden. 

Q'JITM AN— Georgetown, Mrs. M J Neal; 
Morris Station, Miss R Wall. 

RABUN— Clayton. 

RANDOLPH- Cuthbert, SN Hurd; Noch- 
way J W Bone. 

RICHMOND— Augusta, F Blodgett; Al- 
iens, Pat F Murphy; McBeen Depot, 
JM Shaw; Richmond Factory, D B 
Hack. 

SCHLEY— Ellaville, M H Scovill. 

SCRIVEN— ' ameron, Geo Mai land; Hal- 
cvondale, Jesse Franklin ; Mo' ley Pond, 
Simeon Hilks ; Scarbrough, W C Wright. 

SPALDING— Griffin, D H Johnson. 

STEWART— Green Hill R F Gawley ; 
Lumpkin, J K Yarbrough. 

SUMTER— Americus, W C Goodwin ; An- 
dersonville, Thos J Goodman; Plains 
of Dura, H H Nunn. 

TALBOT— Bfllevue, G A Reedy; Bluff 
Spring, T J Whitley; Box Spring, D H 
Funderburk ; Geneva, G W Jordan ; 
Pleasant Hill, Mrs Ann C Evans; Tal- 
botton. Mrs E J Collier. 

TALIAFERRO — Crawfordsville, Cathe- 
rine C Trippe ; Sharon, D O'Keefe. 

TATN ALL— Bull Creek, D Barnard ; Long 
Branch, M M. Moody ; Reidsville, A W 
Delay. 

TAYLOR— Butler. C Mulkey; Howard, 
M P Brown ; Reynoliis, H Hodges. 

TELFAIR— Jacksonville. 

TERRKLL-Dawson, M H Baldwin; rover, 
Miss S A Lynch; Powers, Miss E C Felder 



THOVAS— Thomasville, Miss M E HaU. 
TOWNS— Hiawassee, W T Cram. 
TROUPE— ' ntioch, H H Cary, Hogans- 

ville, W Hammet; LaGrange, F Ball; 

Mountville, J N Carleton; O'Neal's 

Mills, Wm J Smith ; Vernon, G M White; 

West Point, G H Jones. 
TWIGGS— Marion, Mrs 4 Jordan; Twiggs- 

ville, R C Carroll. 
UNION— Blairsvilie, W J Conley. 
UPSON— Thomaston, A T Shackelford, jr; 

The Rock, J F Black. 
WALKER— Cedar Grove, W B Gray; 

Cassandra, J C Lee ; High Point, Jno 

Parrish ; LaFayette, R N Dickeison ; 

Rock Spring, James R Jones. 
WALTON— Logansville, E M Brand ; Jlon- 

roe, J W Baker : Social Circle, A M 

Colton. 
WARE— Tebeanville, M M Grovcnstine. 
WARIIEN -Double Wells, Ed. L Biien; 

Mayfield, J T Whaley ; Warrenton, J 

A J Mc onough. 
WASHINGTON -Davisborough, W A Mor- 
gan ; Oconee, Wni W Cox ; Saunders- 

ville Mrs L M Pournelle. 
WAYNE— Doctor Town, D S Dillan; 

WaynesviUe, Miss A High?mith. 
WEBSTER— Preston, Jlrs N A R Daven- 
port. ' 
WHITE— Cleveland, reh,) Wm Warwick; 

Nacoochee, J R Dean, Sen. 
WHITFIELD— Dalton, T M Mcllan; Red 

Clay, R W Weatherby ; Tilton, Step 

Roberts ; Tunnel Hill, J D Stephen^ ; 

Varnell's Station, L N Spenr. 
WILCOX— Adams, G M B McDufle; Ab- 

beville, H L Davis; House Creek, 3 

Stanley. 
WILKES— Danburg, Miss H TDanforth; 

Washington, Mis C B Robinson. 
Wl LKINSOX-Erwinton, P Ward; Toombs- 

boro', C M Lindsay. 
WORTH— IsabeUa. 



EAIL EOADS. 



J. H. PORTER, General Ticket Agent. 



WESTERN & ATLANTIC RAIL ROAD. 

Campbell "Wallace, Superintendent. 

Jno. B. Peck, M. Tr. Jno. M. Bridges, Ag't. 

Distances from Atlanta. 

To Marietta 20 miles. To Resaca 84 miles. 

" Acworth.. ..35 " 



Allatoona . ..40 
Etowah , . ..45 
Cartersville ..47 

Cass 52 

Kingston — 59 
Adairsville . .69 
Calhoun T9 



Tilton 90 

Dalton 100 

Tunnel Hill...l07 
Ringgold . ...115 
Johnson ... .121 
Chickamaugal26 
Chattanoosta 138 



To 



ATLANTA & WEST POINT RAIL ROAD. 

JOHN P. KING, President. 

L. P. Grant, Supt. R. M. Farrar, Agt. 

Dista7ices from Atlanta. 

East Points ... V miles.To Grantville .... 51 miles. 

Fairbnrh 19 " " Hogansville. . 58 " 

Palmetto 25 " " LaGrange . ...VI " 

Powells 33 " " Long Cane... 80 " 

Newnan 39 " " West Point. .86 " 



108 



RAIL ROADS. 



GEORGIA RAIL ROAD. 

JNO. P. KING, Pres't. 

E. W. Cole, Supt. G. T. A^^tderson, Agt. 

Distances from Atlanta. 

To Decatur 6 miles. To Union Point. . 95miles. 



" Stone Mountain 10 

" Lithonia 24 

" Conyers 31 

" Covinajton 41 

" SociarCircle... 52 

" Rulledge 59 

" Madison 68 

" Buckhead 76 

" Greensboro. ... 88 



" Crawfordville .107 

" Barnett 114 

" Camack 125 

" Thomson 134 

" Dearing 142 

" Saw Dust 146 

" Berzelia 152 

" Belair 102 

" Augusta 171 



Atheis's Branch — From Union Point 

To Woodville .... 5 miles. To Lexington 24 miles. 

" Maxey's 13 " " Athens 40 " 

" Antioch 17 " 

Washington Branch — From Burnett 

To Ray town 5 miles. To "Washington. . , 21 miles. 

" Ficklin 10 " 

Warrknton Branch — From Camack 

To Warrenton 5 miles. To May field. . 21 miles. 



RAIL ROADS. 109 

MATCON & WESTERN RAIL ROAD. 

A. J. WHITE, Pres't. 

E. B. Walkek, Supt. R. A. Anderson, Agt. 

Distances from Atlanta. 

To East Point ... 7 miles. To Milner 56 miles. 

" Rough &Ready 13 " " Barnesville 62 " 

"Forrest 15 " " Go<Tgins 67 " 

"Morrow's 19 " "Collins 72 " 

" Jonesboro' 23 " " Forsyth 78 " 

" Lovejoy's 29 " " Smarr's 83 " 

" Bear Creek 34 " "Crawford's 89 " 

"Fayette 38 " "Howard's 96 " 

"Griffin 44 " "Macon 103 " 

" Thornton's 50 " 



SCHEDULE.— (ilfarc/i 1.) 

Passenger Trains leave Atlanta as follows : 

W. &. A. R. R 8.50 A. M. 7.00 P. M, 

Ga. R. R 8.55 " 7.15 " 

A. & W. P. R. R " 12.15 " 

M. & W. R. R 7.15 " 8.15 " 

Arrive : 

W. A. A. R. R . . .1.35 A. M. 1.15 P. M. 

Ga. R. R 10.05 " 6.00 " 

A&W. P. R. R 8.37 " " 

M. &W. R. R.... 2.00 P.M. 4.35 " 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



BANKS. 

ATLANTA NATIONAL BANK. 



A. Austell, President. W. H. Tulleb, Cashier. 

Directors. — A. Austell, M. G. Dobbins, Wm. R. Phil- 
lips, Jesse McKendon, J, II. James. 



GEOEGIA NATIONAL BANK. 



John Rice, President. E. L. Jones, Cashier. 

Directors— W . W. Clayton, E. E. Rawson, S. A. Du- 
rand, John Collier. 



LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATIONS. 



GATE CITY. 

Organized April 10,1866. Regular meeting 10th of 
each month. 

J. R. Wallace, Pres't. W. J. Houston, Treasr. 

N. R. Fowler, Sec'y. N. J. Hammond, Att'y. 

Directors. — F. M. Richardson, Thos. Spencer, L. C. 
Wells, Wm. Rushton. 



MISCELLANEOUS. Ill 



FULTON. 

Organized, June S, 1866. Regular meeting 8th of each 
month. 

Perino Brown, Prest. N. R. Fowler, Treasurer. 
C. F. Wood, Sec'y- Dan'l Pittman, Attorney. 

Directors. — C. F. Wood, E, R. Sasseen, John Glen, F. 
P. Rice. 



STONEWALL. 

Organized August 4, 1866. Regular meeting 4th of 
each month. 

S. A. Verdery, Prest. B. F. Moore, Treasurer. 

J. S. Peterson, Sec'y. L. J. Glenn, Att'y. 

Directors,. — John A. Doane, R. P. Zimmerman, J. W. 
Clayton, J. M. r>all. 



MECHANICS. 

Organized October 6, 1866. Regular meeting 1 2th of 
each month. 

L. C. Wells, President. W. J. Houston, Treas'r. 
S. W. Grubb, Sec'y. IST. J. Hammond, Att'y. 

Directors. — J. R. Wallace, Thos. Spencer, F. M. Rich- 
ardson, J. E. Gullott. 



112 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



RATES OF DRAYAGE. 

Molasses per hogshead $1,00 

Sugar, per hogshead 75 

Flour, meal, bacon, etc., and all kinds of bulk freight, 
that can be safely transferred, per load of 1800 lbs. 60 

For a one horse dray load of 900 lbs 30 

For all parts of loads, and small articles, charges 
may be made in proportion ; but no change ex- 
cept by special agreement, required to be less than 25 



WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 



Bushel. L^s. 

Wheat 60 

Shelled Corn 56 

Corn in the ear 70 

Peas 60 

Rye 56 

Oats 32 

Barley 47 

Irish Potatoes 60 

Sweet Potatoes 55 

White Beans 60 

Castor Beans 46 

Clover Seed 60 

Timothy Seed 45 

Flax Seed 56 



Bushel. Lhs. 

Blue Grass Seed 14 

Buckwheat 52 

Dried Peaches 38 

Dried Apples 24 

Onions ., 57 

Salt 50 

Stone Coal 80 

Malt 38 

Bran 20 

Turnips 55 

Plastering Hair 8 

Unslacked Lime 80 

Corn Meal 48 

Fine Salt 55 

Ground Peas 25 



Hemp Seed 44 . 

A box 24 by 16 inches, 22 deep, contains 1 barrel. 
A box 16 by 16^ inches, 8 deep, contains 1 bushel 
A box 8 by 8-^ inches, 8 deep, contains 1 peck. 
A box 4 by 4 inches, 4^ deep, contains half gallon 
A box 4 by 4 inches, 2^ deep, contains 1 quart. 



PURCHASERS' PILOT. 



Note. — In compiling the following pages for the guidance of purchasers, we have 
endeavored to represent every branch of business, consulting, at the same time, the 
interests of buyers. While the List of Articles, &c., will be found brief, and but few 
Firms named under each head, it is believed the catalogue will prove sufficiently full 
to enable any person, though unacquainted in the city, readily to determtne where 
and of whom to make their purchases. 

For location of Parties see " Citizens List.^'* 



A(/e7its, Collecting. 

T S Garner. 

J F Shecut. 

[See also Attorneys.] 
Agents, Insurance. 

M C Blanchard. 

W P Patillo. 

C B Wellborn. 

John C Whitner. 

W H Hancock. 

Jennings & Crane. 

Wm. Jennings. 

L B Davis. 
Aqe7its, Manufacturers'. 

J W Clayton & Co. 

M R Bell & Co. 

King, Hardee & Co. 

P P Pease & Co. 
Agents, Heal Estate. 

Bell & Bell. 

T S Garner. 

V A Gaskill. 

G W Adair. 

Edward Parsons. 

J. O. Harris. 



AgricuU ural Implements. 

T M & R, C Clarke. 

King, Hardee & Co. 

Tommey & Stewart. 

Johnson & Echols. 

P P Pease & Co. 

Clayton & Adair. 
Ammunition. 

Heinz & Berkele. 

J C Rogers. 

T M & R C Clarke. 

PhilliiDS & Flanders. 
Aprons & Jewels, Masonic. 

Chandler & Barrow. 
Anti-Friction Metal. 

J E Gullatt. 

Hiinnicutt & Bellingrath. 
Architects. 

Fay & Corput. 

Columbus Hughes. 
Artists, Photographic. 

Dill & Maier. 

O R Lane. 

F. Kuhn. 

S H Davis. 



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PURCHASERS' PILOT. 



Attorneys at Law. 

J M Calhoun & Son 

Gartrell & Jackson 

Hill & Candler 

Win H Hnlsey 

William Ezzard 

M A BAl 

John Milledge, Jr 

Hammond, Mynatt & 
Wellborn 

S AVeil 

Oollier & Hoyt 

V A Gaskill 

Alston & Winn 

Tidwell & Fears 

George S Thomas 

A W Hammond & Son 

L E Bleckley 

L J Glenn & Son 

Brown & Pope 

W L Goldsmith 

N S Craven 

John L Hopkins 

George Hillyer 

H J Spray berry 

Robert Baugh 

Farrow & Simpson 

Jared Irwin Whi taker. 

J W Duncan 

Daniel Pittraan 

Marshall J Clarke 

J M Clarke 
Atlanta Daily Intelligencer 

Jared I Whitaker, pro. 
Auctioneers. 

William M Hill 

Shackelford & Ketcham 

C Powell 



Axles, Iron. 

T M & R C Clarke 
Toraraey & Stewart 

Bacon, Bagging and Rope 
G L Anderson & Co 
M R Bell & Co 
Clayton & Adair 
Or me & Farrar 
Roberts, Reid & Co 
King, Hardee & Co 
McDaniel, Strong & Co 
Meador Brothers 
P P Pease & Co 
Phillips & Flanders 
A K Seago 
R H McCrosky 
J W Clayton & Co 
Wylie, Johnson & Co 

Bakers. 
G W Jack 
W C Loughmiller 

Banks and Bankers 
Atlanta National Bank 
Georgia National Bank 
John H James 

Bedsteads 

A Ergenzinger 
George P Frazer 
Morgan & Co 
Phillips & Flanders 

Bellotos, Bells, Belting 
T M & R C Clarke 
Toramey & Stewart 

Black and White Lead 
Taylor & Davis 
McCamy & Co 
Massey, Swanson & Co 
J T Jenkins & Co 



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JSlanJc Boohs. 

Jared I Whitaker 

J J Toon 

[See Bookesllers] 
JBlacJc smiths. 

Ford & Booth 

J E Gullatt 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 

William Forsyth 
I^ lack smiths^ Tools. 

T M & R C Clarke 

Tommey & Stewart 
JBoardiyig Houses. 

A AY Brown 

Mrs Eliza Johnson 

Mrs S H Coleman 

Bell Mansion 

Covington House 

Mechanic House 

Mrs G B Douglass 

T M Jones 

John T Hall 

George Powers 

Mrs A J Simms 

Mrs N" N Kidd 

Mrs H C Hathaway 

Mrs Elizabeth Hanye 

W W Wallace 
Boiler MaJcers. 

J E Gullatt 

Joseph Winship & Co 

Porter & Butler 

Gate City Foundry, <fcc 
Bonnets and Trimraings 

Mrs W G Knox 
Booh Binderies. 

J J Toon 

Jared I Whitaker 



Booh Sellers. 

M Lynch S Co 

J J c0 S P Richards 

Sheldon cO Connor 

B B Crew & Co 
Boot and Shoe Merchants 

Banks, Eddleman & Co 

Force c6 Co 
Bottler 

T W West 
Brass Finisher 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 
Brass Founder 

J E Gullatt 
Brich Mahers 

J F Phinizy 

Thomas G Heely 

A B Ragan 

Lewis Lawshe 
Britania Ware 

T R Ripley 
Bridles^ Cotters^ etc 

Tommey & Stewart' 

Mitchell & O'Connor 

Andrews, Rogers & Co 
Brohers 

J M Willis ci- Co 

John H James 

M G Dobbins tfi Co 

E R Laws 

W P Chisolm 
Builders' Hardware 

T M & R C Clarke 

Tommey & Stewart 

Heinz & Berkele 
Builders'' Material 

King, Hardee & Co 

A K Seaofo 



m 



PURCHASERS' PILOT. 



Builders. 

S B Sherwood. 

T G Heely 

G T Ogletree 

John Boutell 
Cabinet Makers' Material 

Geo. P Frazer 

A Ergenzing^r 

Morgan & Co 
Canes 

J M Ilolbrook 
Candy Ma.nvfucturer 

G W Jack 
Card Pictures 

O R Lane 

F Kuhn 

Dill & Maier 

[See, also, Book Sellers] 
Carpenters' Tools 

[See Hardware, etc.] 
Carpet Dealers 

S S Kendrick & Co 

Talley Brown & Co 
Carriage Hardware 

[See Builders' Hardware] 
Carriage Makers 

Ford <fc Booth 
Champagne 

Cox & Hill 

George Sharpe, Jr 

Burns & Dryer 
Chandeliers 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 
Children's' Shoes 

Banks, Eddldman & Co. 

Paige Fleishel & Co 

Force & Co 

Scott & Freeman 



China Ware, etc. 

T R Ripley 
Clocks and Watches 

B Herman & W Bollman 

Er Lawshe 

E E Earnest 
Clothiers 

Friedman & Loveman 

Paige, Fleishel & Co 

Wm Rich & Co 

Reeve & Co 

Herring & Leyden 
Coal 

A C Ladd 
Combs and JBrushes 

Talley, Brown & Co 

Silvey <& Dougherty 
Cofee 

[See Com. Merchants] 
Confectioners 

G W Jack 

F Cora & Co. 

E Van Goidsnoven 

G Paoliello 

T G Riley 

John T Hagau 

Simmons & Henderson 
Commercial College 

G Walton Knight 
C ommissioners of Deeds 

H P Farrow 

C B Wellborn 
C ommission Merchants 

A K Seago 

G L Anderson & Co 

R H McCrosky 

M R Bell & Co 

Clayton <& Adair 



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Fains & Parrott 
Johnson & Echols 
King, Havdee & Co 
McDaniel, Strong & Co 
Meador Brothers 
P P Pease & Co 
Oliver & Waddail 
Phillips & Flanders 
Roberts, Reid & Co 
C B Wellborn 
Witt & Norman 
Wylie, Johnson & Co 
Zimmerman & Verdery 
Langston, Crane & Ham- 
mock 
L H Hope & Co 
Abbott & Brothers 
P & G T Dodd 
Adair & Lee 
Wiley & Carroll 
Cofer & McCalla 
A M Wallace 
I O McDaniel 
R J Lowry & Co 
J C Rogers 
Skinner & Co 
Ford & Hightower 
Arnold, Dunlap & Cane 
West & Guthrie 
J L King & Son 
L S Salmons & Co 
Johnson, Snow c& Co 
Steadman & Simmons 
A J Robert c& Co 
Pratte, Edwards <& Co 
James L Zachry 
Glenn, Wright & Carr 
TidweU & Holliday 



Smith & Richmond 

J L Zachry 

Henderson, Chisolm & Co 

Garrett & Brother 

Chapman & Rucker 

L C & T L Wells 

Orme & Farrar 

John Harris & Sons 

Butler & Peters 

Van Epps & Tippin 
Co?itractors 

S B Sherwood 

Willis Peck 

G T Ogletree 

T G Heely 

J A Hay den 

John Boutell 
Coppersmiths 

J E Gullatt 

Ilunnicutt & Bellingrath. 

F M Richardson 

Langford, Seay & M'Crath 
Cords, Tassels, etc. 

S S Kendrick & Co 

J E Godfrey 

Talley, Brown & Co 

Silvey & Dougherty 

Scott & Freeman 
Cotton Yarns 

Tommey & Stewart 

P P Pease & Co 

Zimmerman & Verdery 

A K Seago 

Phillips & Flanders 

King, Hardee & Co 

Clayton & Adair 
^Southern Mutual Ins. Co 

W P Patillo, Agt. 



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PURCHASERS' PILOT. 



Cotton Presses 

Tommey & Stewai't 
Crockery 

T R Ripley 

Silvey & Dougherty 

Scott & Freeman 

McBride, Dorsett & Co 

Henry Seltzer 

J C Rogers 

Phillips & Flanders 
Cracker 3fanufactory 

G W Jack 
Curtains^ Cornice, etc. 

S S Kendrick & Co 
Dentists 

J T Cambell 

H Marshall 

Ford & Hape 
Dentists'' Ifaterials 

Samuel Hape 
Diplomas, JIasonic 

Chandler & Barrow 
Domestics 

P P Pease & Co 

Zimmerman & Verdery 

Silvey & Dougherty 

Phillips & Flanders 
Dress Makers 

Mrs Payne & McAllister 

Mrs Shephei'd & Ingles 

Mrs C W Sherwood 
Druggists 

Massey, Swansou & Co 

J T Jenkins & Co 

McCamy & Co 

Taylor & Davis 

A Howell & Co 

Redwine & Fox 



Dry Goods, etc. 

Talley, Brown & Co 

Silvey & Dougherty 

Scott & Freeman 

Paige, Fleishel & Co 

J li White & Co 

Peck, Thompson & Co 

William Rich & Co 

E E Winn 

Phillips & Flanders 

W H Brotherton 

John Thomas 

John M Gannon 

John Ryan 

Ransford & McNulty 

Flynn & Dooly 

Chamberlin, Cole&Boyn- 
ton 

P H Snook 

Moore & Marsh 

E W Munday 

L Cohen 

Friedman & Loveman 

Wight, Meador & Co 

Herring & Leyden 
Eating Saloons 

George Johnson 

Granberry & Pease 

Joe Berman 
Enameled Cloth & Leather 

Tommey & Stewart 

Andrews, Rogers & Co 

Micthell & O'Connor 
Engineers, Civil 

Fay & Corput 

Columbus Hughes 

James F Cooper 

W B Bass 



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Envelopes 

M Lynch & Co 

Sheldon & Connor 

J J & S P Richards 
Exchange 

John H James 

J M Willis &> Co 

M G Dobbins & Co 

^Y P Chisolm 

F N Chisolm 

Atlanta jSTational Bank 

Georagia National Bank 
Extension Tables 

Morgan & Co 

Geo P Frazer 

A Ergenzinger 
Fairbanks'' Scales 

T M & R C Clarke 
Fancy Goods 

G W Jack, 

F Corra ^ Co 

Beermann & Kuhrt 
Feathers — be^^ 

A Ergenzinger 
Feathers — Fancy 

Mrs W G Knox 
Fillings — Cotton^ Wool, 

and Linen 

King, Hardee & Co 
Factory Yarns 

A K Seago 

P P Pease & Co 

Phillips & Flanders 

Zimmerman «& Verdery 
Fancy Dry Goods 

Silvey & Dougherty 

Wm Rich & Co 

Scott & Freeman 



Talley, Brow'n & Co 

Paigf, Fie'ishel & Co 

Fritidin in & Luveman 

J H Wliite & Co 

Flynn & Dooly 
Fertilizers 

M R Bell & Co 

Clayton & Adair 

Johnson & Echols 

P P Pease & Co 

Tommey & Stewart 

King, Hardee & Co 

A K Seago 
Flour Dealers 

Glenn, Wright & Carr 

A K Seago 

G L Anderson & Co 

R H McCrosky 

P & G T Dodd 

M R Bell & Co 

Oliver & Waddail 
Flouring Mills 

Chas E Grenville 

W G Peters & Co 
Floviers — Artificial 

Mrs W G Knox 
Ford''s Phos and Fertilizer 

MRBell&Co— p 160 
Furniture Dealers 

Geo P Frazer 

Morgan & Co 

A Ergenzinger 
Gas Fitters 

J E Guilatt— p 268 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 
Georgia State Lottery 

W W Boyd, Principal 
Manager. 



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PURCHASER'S PILOT. 



Genfs Famishing Goods 

J H White & Co 

Silvey & Dougherty 

Paige, Fleishel & Co 

Freedman & Loveman 

Peck, Thompson & Co 

E E Winn 

Wm Rich & Co 

Reeve & Co 
Glass- Ware 

T R Ripley 
Glohe Valves 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 

J E Giillatt 
Glue 

[See Druggists] 
Grain Dealers 

A K Seago 

M R Bell & Co 

G L Anderson & Co 

L C & T L Wells 

Bell & Ormond 

P P Pease & Co 

Clayton & Adair 

Oliver & Waddail 

J W Clayton & Co 

Alex M Wallace 
Grindstones 

[See Hardware] 
Grocers — Family 

J C Rogers 

C B & i) R Lyle 

Witt & Norman 

Garner & Johnson 

R H McCrosky 

Larendon Bros 

Wade & Kean 

Phillips & Flanders 



Haslett & Jones 

B Garcia 
Guano 

Clayton & Adair 

Johnson & Echols 

P P Pease & Co 
Gun and Lock Smiths 

Heinz & Berkele 
Hair ^raiding 

Mrs A Braumuller 
Hardware^ Cutlery^ etc 

T M & R C Clarke 

Lewis Cook 

Heinz & Berkele 

Tommey & Stewart 

McNaught, Ormond & Co 

J M & J C Alexander 
Hat and Gap Store 

J M Holbrook 
Hotels 

National Hotel 

Planters' Hotel 

American Hotel 

Bellevue Hotel 
Holloio Ware 

F M Richardson 

Franklin & Mihalovitch 

Roberts, Reid & Co 
Hombiy 

Witt & Norman 

Johnson & Echols 

J C Rogers 

R H McCrosky 
Hosiery and Gloves 

Wm Rich & Co 

Paige, Fleishel & Co 

Talley, Brown & Co 

J H White & Co 



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Silvcy & Dougherty 

Scott & Freeman 
ITubs, Jiwis, wid Spokes 

T M & R C Clarke 

Tommey & Stewart 
Ice Cream 

G W Jack 

F Corra & Co 

T G Riley 
Ice Dealers 

A F Burnett & Co 
India Ruhher Shoes 

Banks, Edclleman & Co 

Force & Co 
Indigo 

[See Druggists and Fami- 
ly Grocers] 
Insurance Agents 

M C Blanchard 

W P PatiUo 

J C Whitner 

C B Wellborn 

W H Hancock 
Iron Founders 

Joseph Winship & Co 

Porter & Butler 

J E Gullatt 

Atlanta Mining & Roll- 
ing Mill Co 

Gate City Foundry 
Iron^ Steel, etc 

T M & R C Clarke 

Tommey & Stewart 

Lewis Cook 
Iron Pipe 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 

J E Gullatt 



Japanned Ware 

F M Richardson 
Jewelry and Silver Ware 

Er Lawshe 

E E Earnest 

B Herman & W Bollman 

H N Allen 

Leitner & Fricker. 
Joh Printiyifj Offices 

J I Whitaker 

J J Toon 

T S Reynolds 

Sam'l Bard 
Kerosene Oil 

J C Rogers 

[See also Druggists] 

Laces and Enibroideries 

[See Dry Goods, etc] 
Ladies' Hats 

Mrs W G Knox 
Ladies' Furs 

J M Holbrook 
Lamps, Burners, etc 

T R Ripley 

[See also Druggists] 
Lawyers 

Marcus A Bell 

J M Calhoun & Son 

Wm Ezzard 

Farrow & Simpson 

Gartrell «fc Jackson 

V A GaskiU 

George Hillyer 

Wm H Hulsey 

S Weil 

Tidwell & Fears 

Geo S Thomas 



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PURCHASER'S PILOT. 



Collier & Hoyt 
W L Goldsmith 
Hammond, Mynatt & 

Wellborn 
A W Hammond & Son 
John Milledge, Jr 
L J Glenn & Son 
N S Craven 
Brown & Pope 
Jno L Hopkins 
H J Sprayberry 
Hill & Candler 
L E Bleckley 
Michael Ivey 

Lead- Sheet 
[See Lead Pipe] 

Lead Pi^pe 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 

J E Gullatt 
Leather Belting 

T M & R C Clarke 

Tommey & Stewart 
Leather Dealers 

Tommey & Stewart 
. Cofer & McCalla 

Banks, Eddleman & Co 
Lightning Liods 

A C Ladd 
Lime 

Tommey & Stewart 

A K Seago 

Liquors 

Burns & Dwyer 
Cox & Hill 
Geo Sharpe Jr 
J W Clayton & Co 
John H Lovejoy 



Livery Stables 

Tennessee Sale & Livery 

Tattersalls 

Eclipse 

O H Jones's 

Looking Glass Plate 

Morgan & Co 

Geo P Frazer 

A Ergenzinger 
Luniber Dealers 

T M Bryson 

Means & Roberts 

S A Durand 

FPRice 

King, Hardee & Co 

A K Seago 
Machine Shoj)s 

J E Gullatt 

Joseph Winship & Co 

Porter & Butler 

Gate City 
Marhle Dealers 

S B Oatman 

D N" Judson 
Masonic Boolcs^ etc 

Chandler & Barrow 
Mattresses^ etc 

A Ergenzinger 

Geo P Frazer 

Morgan «& Co 
Mattings, etc 

S S Kendrick & Co 
Meerschaum Pipes 

Beermann & Kuhrt 
Metalic Burial Cases 

Charles Bohnefeld 

J W Gaut 



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Metal Jxoofers 

F M Richardson 
Millinery Goods 

Mrs W G Knox 

O'Connor & Harclage 

Mrs R Gouldsmith 

Miss Sarah Holroyd 
Milling Material 

King, Hardee & Co 
Molasses 

A K Seago 

J C Rogers 

Johnson & Echols 

Witt & Norman 
Monuments 

S B Oatman 
Mouldings^ Gilt^ etc 

A Ergenzinger 

Morgan & Co 

Geo P Frazer 
Musical Merchandize 

H Braumuller 

Sheldon & Connor 

J J & S P Richards 
Musicians 

Charles Hai*msen 

W ZHensler 

W F Clarke 
N'ewspaj)ers and Periodi- 
cals 

Scott's Monthly Maga- 
zine 

Atlanta Daily Intelligen- 
cer 

Christian Index & South- 
Western Baptist 

The Daily New Era 



The Ladies' Home 

The Daily Opinion 

The Atlanta Med Journal 
Oil^ Linseed^ Tanner'' s^ 
Lard^ etc 

Taylor & Davis 

Massey, Swanson & Co 

J T Jenkins & Co 

McCamy & Co 
Ornamental WorJc — Metal 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 

J E Gullatt 
Oysters, Dealers in 

A F Burnett''& Co 

Cox & Hill " 

G W Jack 
Painters, House and Sign 

W S Bradbury 

O Dockum 

Cox, Huwald & Co 
Painters — Portrait 

Jno Maier [Dill & M] 
Paionh't'oJcers 

E R Laws 

J M Willis & Co 
Penmansldp 

G Walton Knight 
Percicssion Caps 

Heinz & Berkele 

P & G T Dodd 

J C Rogers 
Photograph Albums 

Sheldon & Connor 

J J & S P Richards 

[See also Photographers,] 
Photographers 

F Kuhn 



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PURCHASER'S PILOT. 



Photographers 

O R Lane 

Dill & Maier 

S H Davis 
Physiciam 

G L Jones 

J M Boring 

J G Westmoreland 

x'W" F Westmoreland 

H Westmoreland 

J M Johnson 

D C O'Keefe 

N D'Alvigny 

S S Beach 

John Goodman 

S T Biggers 

W C Asher 

R C Word 

Edwin S Ray 

H S Orme 

Jas F Alexander 

H L Wilson 

T S Powell 

J Gilbert 

J R Harris 

R Q Stacy 

Geo G Crawford 

O Stovall 

W T Goldsmith 

W S Armstrong 

L H Orme 

F H Orme 

J W Price 
P'mno-fortes 

Carl F Barth 
Pistols, Guns, etc 

Heinz & Berkele 

T M & R C Clarke 



Planing Mills 

Landsberg & Harris 

Josei^h Winship & Co 

Peck & Markham 

Gate City 
Plaster, Paris 

Samuel Hape 
Plated Ware 

E E Earnest 

Er Lawshe 

H N Allen 

T R Ripley 

B Herman & W Bollman 
Pocket Cutlery 

Tommey «& Stewart 

Heinz & Berkele 

T M & R C Clarke 

J J & S P Richards 
Printers, Book and Job 

J J Toon 

Jared I Whitaker 

Samuel Bard 
Produce Dealers 

M R Bell & Co 

Clayton & Adair 

P P Pease & Co 

A K Seago 

G L Anderson & Co 

Fains & Parrott 

J W Clayton & Co 

J C Rogers 

R H McCrosky 

Witt & Norman 

Phillips & Flanders 

Wade & Kean 
Pumps, Force, etc 

Smith & Richmond 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 



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Haisins 

G W Jack 

J C Rogers 

Johnson & Echols 
liegalia — Masonic, etc 

Chandler & Barro vv 
Hestaurants 

Geo Johnson 

Granberry & Pease 

Joe Barman 
Mibhons, etc 

Mrs W G Knox 

J E Godfrey 

Talley, Brown & Co 

Silvey & Dougherty 
Hoofing 3Iaterials 

F M Richardson 
Hope and Bagging 

P P Pease & Co 

Phillips *& Flanders 

A K Seago 

M R Bell & Co 

Or me & Farrar 
Hubher Tube 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 
Rugs and JSIatts 

S S Kendrick & Co 
Saddles and Harness 

Mitchell & O'Connor 

Andrews, Rogers & Co 
Saw-3Iills 

T M Bryson 

S A Durand 

F P Rice 
Scales and Balances 

Clayton & Adair 

T M & R C Clarke 

Tommey & Stewart 



Schools 

Peters street High School 
West-End Academy 
Atlanta High School 

School Books, etc 
J J & S P Richards 
M Lynch & Co 
Sheldon & Connor 

Seedsmen 
E Van Goidsnoven 
J C Rogers 
B D Lester 

Segars 

Beermann & Kuhrt 

Cox & Hill 

Geo Sharp, Jr 

Smith & Richmond 

Meador Brothers 

J W Clayton & Co 

Clayton & Adair 
Seicmg Machines 

E E Earnest 

W Lichtenstadt 
Sheet Iron 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 

F M Richardson 
Sheet Music 

Sheldon & Connor 

J J & S P Richards 

11 Bi'aumuller 
Shirt-Fronts and Collars 

Wm Rich & Co 

Freedraan & Loveman 

J H White & Co 
Shoe Pegs and Thread 

Force & Co 

Banks, Eddleman «&; Co 



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PURCHASER'S PILOT. 



8hoema'kers'> Tools 

Tommey & Stewart 

Heinz & Berkele 

T M & R C Clarke 
Shot 

Heinz & Berkele 

J C Rogers 
Shovels 

[See Hardware] 
Show- Gases 

Morgan & Co 

Geo P Frazer 

A Ergenzinger 
Silver-plated Ware 

Er Lawshe 
:!T R Ripley 

E E Earnest 

B Herman & W Bollraan 
Shirts 

Talley, Brown & Co 

Silvey & Dougherty 

J H White & Co 

Paige, Fleishel & Co 

Peck, Thompson & Co 

Phillips & Flanders 

Wm Rich & Co 
Snuff and Snuff Boxes 

Beermann & Kuhrt 
Soap 

J C Rogers 

Johnson & Echols 

R H McCrosky 
Soda Water 

T G Riley 

T W West 
Southern Express Co 

E Hulburt, Supt. 

V Dunning, Agt. 



Sofas 

A Ergenzinger 

Morgan & Co 

George P Frazer 
Spectacles 

Er Lawshe 

E E Earnest 

B Herman & W Bollman 

H N Allen 
Spelter Solder 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 

J E Gullatt 

F M Richardson 
Stahles, Livery <& Sale 

W J Wootten 

Whitaker & Sasseen 

O H Jones 
Stationery^ etc. 

Sheldon & Connor 

M Lynch & Co 

J J & S P Richards 
Staple Dry Goods 

Silvey & Dougherty 

Scott &> Freeman 

Talley, Brown & Co 

J H White & Co 

E E Winn 

Wm Rich & Co 

Peck, Thompson & Co 
Stills 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 
Stoves, etc. 

F M Richardson 

Johnson & Echols 
Steel 

Tommey & Stewart 

T M & R C Clarke 

Lewis Cook 



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/Sugar and Syrup 

A K Seago 

MRBeir&Co 

Wylie, Johnson & Co 

R H McCrosky 

Clayton & Adair 

G L Anderson & Co 

P P Pease & Co 

Witt & Norman 

Langston, Crane & Ham- 
mock 

Johnson & Echols 

J C Rogers 

Phillips & Flanders 

Wade & Kean 
Table Cutlery 

T R Ripley 

Silvey & Dougherty 

J C Rogers 

McBride, Dorsett & Co 

Phillips & Flanders 
Tables, Safes, etc. 

A Ergenzinger 

Morgan & Co 

George P Frazer 
Tailors, Merchant 

J H White & Co 

Herring & Ley den 

J H Purtell 

Gross & Schramm 
Teachers, Book-keeping 

G Walton Knight 
Teachers, Dancing 

J S Nichols 
TeacJiers, Music 

W L Hensler 

Charles Harmsen 

W F Clarke 



Tinsmiths' Material 

F M Richardson 
Tobacco 

Beermann »fc Kuhrt 

Meador Brothers 

Smith & Richmond 

J W Clayton & Co 

Clayton & Adair 

Witt & Norman 
Toilet Preparations 

[See Drwggists] 
Tomb Stones 

S B Oatman 
Toys and Fancy Articles 

G W Jack 
Trui^ks 

J M Holbrook 
Umbrellas 

J M Holbrook 

Silvey & Dougherty 
Undertakers 

Charles Bohnefeld 

J W Gaut 
Upholsterers 

A Ergenzinger 

Morgan & Co 

George P Frazer 
Varnishes 

Taylor & Davis 

J t Jenkins & Co 

Massey, Svvansou & Co 

McCamy & Co 
Wagon Makers 

Ford & Booth 
Wall Paper 

J J & S P Rishards 

Sheldon & Connor 

M Lynch & Co 



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PURCHASERS' PILOT. 



Washing Jfachines 

Tommey & Stewart 

T M & R C Clarke 
Watch Ilakers' Tools and 
Materials 

Er Lawslie 
Watchmakers and Jeioelers 

E E Earnest 

B Herman & W liollman 

H N Allen 

Er Lawshe 

T Gilbert 

A Thieme 

J M Bookout 
y^ater Cocks 

J E Gullatt 

Hunnicutt & Bellingrath 
Wax Figures^ etc 

G W Jack 
White Goods 

Talley, Brown & Co 

Silvey & Dougherty 

Scott & Freeman 

J H White & Co 

Wm Rich & Co 

Peck, Thompsom & Co 

Paige, Fleishel & Co 
Wholesale Grocers 

M R Bell & Co 

Fains & Parrott 

A K Seago 

G L Anderson & Co 

Clayton & Adair 

P P Pease & Co 

Zimmerman & Verdery 

Langston Crane «& Ham- 
mock 

Phillips «& Flanders 



Wylie, Johnson & Co 

McDaniel, Strong & Co 

Witt & Norman 

Robei'ts, Reid & Co 

Meador Brothers 

Glenn, Wright & Carr 

A M Wallace 

A J Robert & Co 

Chapman & Rucker 

John Harris & Sons 

Wyley & Carroll 

L L Landrum 

Pratte, Edwards & Co 

King, Hardee & Co 

Abbott & Brothers 

P & G T Dodd 

Henderson, Chisolm&Co 

Arnold, Danlap & Cain 

Steadman & Simmons 

L C & T L Wells 
Wholesale Tobacconists 

Smith & Richmond 

Meador Brothers 
Willow Ware 

G W Jack 
Yankee Notions 

Silvey & Dougherty 

Scott & Freeman 

Talley, Brown & Co 
Yarns, Cotton 

Tommey &> Stewart 

A K Seago 

Phillips & Flanders 

P P Pease & Co 
Zinc 

F M Richardson 

Hunnicutt & Belhngratb. 

T M &m C Clarke 



ATLANTA CITY DIRECTORY. 



CITIZENS' LIST. 

ABBOTT & BROS., gro mer, w s WhitehaU, b Hunter 

and Mitchell. 
Abbott, L. L., (A & Bros,) bds at Mrs. S. H. Coleman's. 
Abbott, W. L., (A & Bros,) cor Luckie and Harris. 
Abbott, B. F., (A & Bros,) West End, nr Green's Ferry- 
Avenue. 
Abrams, Mrs. A., s s Jones, b Martin's and Connelly. 
Acton, T. M., gro mer, n s Walton, b Bartow and Foun- 

' dry alley. 
ADAIR, GEO. W., Real Estate Agnt., s ec R R and 

Whitehall, res w s Peters, near new corporate line. 
Adair, Jas., gro mer, bds at Mrs. E. White's. 
ADAIR & LEE, gro mer, s s Mitchell, b Whitehall and 

Forsyth. 
Adair, J. A. (Adair & Lee.) 
Adair, G. B., bds at Mrs. R. E. Chisolms, 
Adams, A. Q., eng State Road, n s Rhodes, nr W & A 

R R shop. 
Adams, Benson, e s East-Peachtree, nr old corp line. 
Adamson, J. G., gro mer, bds at W. L. Adamson's. 
Adamson, J. C, carp State shop, lives on Delay. 
Adamson, Wm. L,, gro mer, n s Luckie, b Spring and 

Bartow. 
ADCOCK, JOHN J., eng W & A R R, e s Fowler, b 

Green & Rhodes. 
AGRICOLA, RICHARD, fam gro, w s Peters, nr G. 

W. Adair's. 
Aikin, F. M. C, bk m, e s Nelson, near Race. 
Aikin, Michael, elk, bds at James Lycnh's. 
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130 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



G. L. ANDERSON. 



J. H. ANDERSON. 



€. %. MM'B^UB^m & €# 



•> 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



GROCERS 



AND 




II 





AND DEALERS IN 



UCE, 



South side Mitchell between Whitehall and Broad Streets, 



ATLANTA, 



G-EORGIA. 



AIK— AND 131 



Aikin, R. W., bk m, w s Peters, s of Walker. 

AINSWORTH, S. M., tchr, n s Peters, b Whitehall and 
Forsyth, 

AINSWORTH, MRS. S. M., tchr music, n s Peters, b 
Whitehall and Forsyth. 

ALBRIGHT, A. shoemaker, e s Thompson, nr Hunter. 

Aldredge, J. Stephen, s w c Garnett and Thompson. 

ALEXANDER & ORME, physicians, office 2d floor, w 
s Broad, b R R and Marietta. 

Alexander, Dr. J. F., (A. & Orme,) res cor Peachtree 
and Oslin. 

ALEXANDER, DR. A., (A R M & Min Co,) e s Peach- 
tree, b Cain and Harris. 

Alexander, John, blk smith. State shop, e s McDonough, 
bFair and Jones. 

Allen, E. T. &F. M., f^mi gro, w s Whitehall, nr Hunter. 

Allen, W.B., fireman S Road, s s Thurman, e of Fowler. 

Allen, James M., s w c Thurman, and W & A R R. 

ALLEN, H. N., (see p 132)— jeweler, n w cor Whitehall 
and R R 

Allen, R., carp, s of Delay, w of Mangum. 

Allen, E. A., carp, n w c Fair and Crew. 

Allred, Mrs. M. A., s w c Magazine and Fowler. 

Ament, Robert, mldr, w s Calhoun, b Decatur and Geor- 
gia R R. 

AMERICAN HOTEL, White & Whitlock, pros, sec 
Alabama and Pryor. 

ANDERSON, R. A., Ft Agt M & W R R Depot. 

ANDERSON, G. L. & CO., (see pi 30)— gro and com 
mer s s Mitchell, b Whitehall and Bi-oid. 

ANDERSON, Gen. G. T., Ft Agt, Ga R R Depot, res n 
w cor Collins and Ga R R. 

Anderson, J. H., (G L A & Co,) w s Pryor, nr Garnett. 

Anderson, Capt. G. W., bds at J. W. Lloyd's. 

Anderson, Wm. C, w s Ttrry, b Ga R R and Hunter. 

Anderson, Mrs. J. E., bds with R. B. Campbell. 

Anderson, G. L., (G L A & Co,) bds with J. H. A. 

ANDREWS, ROGERS & Co., saddlery &c, s s Marietta, 
w of Broad. 



132 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

AMERICAN HOTEL 

ALABAMA STREET, 



BRYSON & WILEY, ) WHITE It WHITLOCK, 

Clerks. f IProprietors. 

13:. isr. .A-iLji_.:BiNr, 

Importer of and Dealer in 







Silver & Silver Ir*lated "^^ares. 
Corner Whitehall and Railroad, 

ATLAl^^TA, - - - - GEOEGIA. 

— ■ — •»• 

N. B.— All kinds of KEPAIRING Neatly Executed and Warranted. 
MARCUS A. BELL. FRANK R. BELL. 

BELL & BELL, 

REAL ESTATE A C E S^ T S , 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

E¥1ARCUS A. BELL, 

.ATTORNEY J^T LA.^V^, 

ATLANTA, G-EOKG-IA. 



AND— ATL 133 



Andrews, Ezra, (A. Rogers & Co.,) c Pryor and Fulton. 

ANGIER, DR. N. L., nee Washington and Mitchell. 

Archer, C. C, fam gro, cor Decatur and Pratt. 

Arrastead, Joel, s s Decatur, b Randolph and Gartrell. 

Arrastead, George W., blk s, bds at Wm. Armstead's. 

Armstead, D. A., carp, bds at TVra. Armstead's. 

Armstead, W., carp, n s Houston, b Calhoun and Butler. 

Armstead, Jas. M.,b Ik s, bds at Wm. Armstead's. 

Armstead, W. J., w s Bloyd, b Baker and Oslin. 

Armstrong, Joseph, wks gas works, s s Delay, w of Rock. 

ARMSTRONG, DR. W. S , office e s Whitehall, nr Hun- 
ter — bds at Planters' Hotel. 

Arnold, D. S., elk s e cor Calhoun and Harris. 

Arnold, Reuben, atty, s w cor Collins and Oslin. 

Asher, Mrs. M. L., with Capt. Wm. A. Fuller. 

Ashford, R. A., mail agt, bds at Planters' Hotel. 

ASHLEY, W. G., foimn W & A R R car shop, bds at 
Mrs. S. A. Lester's. 

ATKIN, JAS., Col Int Rev, post office bldg, cor Broad 
and Alabama, res e s Forsyth, s of Garnett. 

Atkins, Mrs. S. E., w s Peters, w of M & W R R 

Atkinson, Mrs. Mary H., cor Race and Haynes. 

Atkinson, Samuel, carp, n s Stockton, e of Mangum. 

ATLANTA NATIONAL BANK, A. Austell, Prest, W. 
H. Tuller, cash, s s Alabama, nr Whitehall. 

ATLANTA GAS LIGHT COMPANY— Works, w s 
W & ARR, b Foundry and Thurman, J. W.Duncan, 
President. 

ATLANTA HIGH SCHOOL, cor Collins and Ellis, W. 
M. Janes, W. R. Jones, and R. A. Richardson, tchrs. 

ATLANTA MEDICAL COLLEGE, John G. West- 
moreland Dean of Faculty, n w c Butler and Jenkins. 

ATLANTA MEDICAL & SURGICAL JOURNAL, 
J. G. Westmoreland, W. F. Westmoreland, and J. M. 
Johnson, Editors, — Office e s Whitehall, nr Hunter. 

ATLANTA DAILY INTELLIGENCER, w s White- 
hall, b R R and Alabama, Jared Irwin Whitaker, pro. 

ATLANTA & WEST Pt. R. R. Ft. Depot., n s Ga. R. 
R., opp Pratt St, M. J, Small, agt. 



134 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

PERINO BROWN. V. WILDMAN- 

BROWN & WILDMAN, 

^ ,Ml 1!W 1^. 3E3 lE^ ^ ^ 

Southwest cor. Broad and Marietta Streets, 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

:o: 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO COLLECTIONS. 

KEPER TO 

lk@ IMlitkniil ^mk itcik Nj©w Yapke 

Banks and Bankers General ly of Georgia. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SEGARS, 

Meersliauin Pipes and Segar-Holders, (Warranted Genuine,) 

B!1:A1, imm BliBBER, CLAY & OHiHA PIPES 

Of All Descriptions, 

AMBER, WEICHSEL, CHERRY, AND FANCY STEMS, 
Sr^UFF, Ai^D SNUFF BOXES, 

&C, &C-, &C-, 

Whitehall Street, Two Doors from the Rail Road, 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 



'^■'9 
^J 



ATL— BAR 135 



ATLANTA & WEST PT. R. R. General Office, s 8 Ala- 
bama, b Pryor and Hunter, L. P. Grant, supt. 

Austell, A, Pres A N Bank, s s Marietta, b Forsyth and 
Spring. 

Austin, J. M., carp, e s Peaclitree, b Baker and Oslin. 

AUTEN", R. M., painter, n s Nelson, w of Mangum. 

Autry, J. II., carp, W & A R R shop. 

Autry, James, carp, bds at Mrs. L. A. King's. 

Ayer, Rf^v. F., n w cor Calhoun and Houston. 

Ayres, Wm. H., peddler, w s Forsyth, opp Grenville's 
Mill. 

B 

Badger, Ralph B., dentist, e s Whitehall, b Alabama and 

Hunter. 
Bagby, Wm. K., e s Cooper, b Fair and Jones. 
BAILY, W. H., frmn. Int. Job office, res w s Peters nr 

M & W R R. 
BAINE, DONALD, tailor, s s Boothe's Alley. 
Baker, Charles, stone m, n s Whitehall, at old corp line. 
Baker, B. H., fireman W & A R R, bds with Mrs. E. W. 

Grubbs. 
Baldwin, Mrs. E., w s Forsyth, b Alabama and Hunter. 
Baldw-n, G. A., fam gro, w s Frazer, s of Rawson. 
Baldwin, W. L., w s Frazer, s of Rawson. 
Ball, James M., n w c McDonough and Rawson. 
Ball, John, carp, w s Terry, b Fair and Jones. 
Ballard, W., e s Peachtree, b Ellis and Cain. 
Ballard, Mrs. Mary, cor Decatur and Moore. 
Banarsdell, C, bds at Planters' Hotel. 
Banks, Mrs. M., e s Ivy, b Gilmer and Wheat. 
Banks, J. T. bds at Mechanic House. 
Banks, James W., n s Rock, b Fowler and Mangum. 
BAPTIST CHURCH, 1st, Rev. H. C. Ilornady, pastor, 

n w cor Forsvth and Walton. 
BAPTIST CHURCH, 2d, Rev. W. T. Brantley, pastor, 

n w cor Washington and Mitchell. 
Barker, J. W., e s Frazer, b Jones and Rawson. 
Barker, Brader, elk with F. M. Richardson. 



136 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



M. K. BELL. 
B. F. MOORE 



J 



A. P. BELL. 

L. B. SCUDDER. 



M. R. BELL & CO., 
PRODUCE FACTORS, 





West side Broad Street, 1st Door North of R. R. Bridge, 

KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND, 

CORN, BACOW, 

AND ALL KINDS OF 



Orders promptly filled. Consignments solicited, which will receive our per- 
sonal attention, and returns promptly made. 

ALSO, AGENTS FOR 

DuPONT^S POWDER. 



FORD'S PHOSPHATE AND FERTILIZER. 



BAR— BEL 13 Y 



Barnes, James J., (Middlebrook & B.) 

Barnes, J. D., n w c Martin and Rawson. 

Barnes, Joseph F., police, a w cor Fowler and Green. 

Barnes, Mrs. Mary, s w cor Nelson and M & "W R R. 

Barnes, A. L., bds with Mrs. Mary B. 

Barrett, James S., blk s, s s Roclc, b Fowler and Mangum. 

Barrett, AVm. I., n s Simpson, opp Hull. 

Barrett, John H., bk k, s s Pryor, b Wheat and Houston. 

Barrett, F. S., elk, bds at Mechanic House, e s Lloyd, b 

Alabama and Hunter. 
Barrett, Mrs. E. C, s s Rock, b Fowler and Mangum. 
BARRTCK, JAS. R , (McCamy & Co.) 
BARROW, H. C, (Chandler & B,) w s Broad, two 

doors n of bridge. 
BARTH, C. F., dlr in pianos, e s Whitehall, b Alabama 

and Hunter, 
Bartlett, Isaac E, s s Decatur, b Moore and Bell. 
Barton, Robert, carp, n s Rawson, b McDonough and 

Crew. 
Barry, C. M., wchmn, cor Fair and Terry. 
Bass, Walter, bds with G. T. Anderson. 
Bass, U. D., cond, A & W P R R, bds with G. T. Ander- 
son. 
Bassford, W. S., asst editor " Ladies' Home," bds at M. 

A. Bell's. 
Baughan, Ben., ptr, w s Calhoun, b Ga R R and Decatur. 
BEACH, SOLOMON" S., M. D., office and res n w cor 

Decatur and Moore. 
Beasley, James, e s Walker, opp Stonewall. 
Beavers, W. C, n w cor Mangum and Thurman. 
Beck, Lewis H, elk at Stewart and Tommey's. 
BEERMAN & KUHRT, (see p 134— dlrs in cigars, 

tobacco, &c.,) w s Whitehall, b R R & Alabama. 
BEERMAN, CHAS., (B. & Kuhrt,) Whitehall, c Fair 

and Grenville's alley. 
Berman, Joseph, bar k, n s Mitchell, b Pryor and Lloyd. 
Belcher, Thos. Jeff., lab, w s Petei-s, s of Walker. 
BELLEVUE HOUSE, Drs. J. W. Price and son, pro's, 

8 8 Alabama, b Lloyd and Washington. 



138 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

A. F. BUENETT & CO., BUKNETT BROTHERS, 

Atlanta, Ga., Macon, 6a., 

DEALERS IN 

ilfSfilt iilE fCEp 

FRESH OYSTERS, FISH, &c., 
East side liVhitelxall, Old 3?. O. Bnilding:. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

WINES, BRAI^DIES, QIN, 



AND ALL KINDS OP 



"KmH: €^ "O" ^ 3E^ ^^ 

Corner old Georgia Rail Road Bank Agency, 
ATLANTA, -__--_ GEORGIA. 

M. C. BLANCHARD, 



M 9^ %^ \^ a^ ff^ t^& ^^ Bm. r^^^wBB-l^ s ^ 

WHITEHALL ST., ATLANTA, GA. 

Represents the foUowing First Class Companies, 

^tna, Hartford, assets $4,078,000. 

Metropolitan, N. Y., assets 1,682.484. 

Continental, N. Y, assets 1,605,000. 

Security, N, Y., 1,548,964. 



BEL— BIL 139 



Bellenger, John, bg mstr, W & A R R, bds with Mrs. S. 

A. Lester. 
BelUngrath, Leonard, (Hunnicutt & B,) res on Marietta 

road, outside city. 
BELL-JOHNSON OPERA HALL, n e cor Alabama and 

Broad. 
Bell Mansion, s e cor Collins and Wheat. 
BELL & ORMOND, gro mer, Whitehall street. 
Bell, H. G. (B & Ormond,) bds with Mrs. PI. C. Hatha- 
way. 
BELL, M. A., (see p 132) — atty, sec Collins and Wheat. 
Bell, Mrs. Minerva, bds with M. T. Castleberry. 
Bell, J. L., s s Hunter, b King and Terry. 
BELL, M. R. & Co., (see p 136) — gro and com mer, w s 

Broad, 1st door north of bridge. 
Bell, A. P., (B., M. R. & Co.,) w s Cone, b Walton and 

Luckie. 
Bell, M. R., (B., M. R. & Co.,) bds with A. P. B. 
Bellah, J. W, n s Walton, b Bartow and Foundry. 
Bellows, Eli, carp, n w c Llovd and Jones. 
BENNETT, B. P., frmn Franklin Printing House, 
Bennett, John W., eng Ga R R, w s Butler, b Gilmer 

and Jenkins. 
Bennett, P. M., boot mkr, McDonough, nr old corp line. 
Bergstron, A., bds at Mechanic House. 
Berkele, Henry, (Heinz & B.,) bds with Chas. Heinz. 
Berkele, John, (Heinz & B.,) bds with Chas. Heinz 
Berry, Gary W., eng Ga R It, s w c Pratt and Gilmer. 
Berry, F. M., eng W & A R R, e s Calhoun, b Decatur 

and Gilmer. 
Berry, John, elk, bds with A. W. Brown. 
Berry, Mrs. Catharine, e s Butler, b Ga R R and Hunter. 
BERiiY, W. PATT, Druggist, with Taylor and Davis. 
Berry, W., eng, w s Calhoun, b Decatur and Gilmer. 
Bessent, P. G., gro mer, w s Calhoun, opp Med College. 
Biggers, Stephen T., bo phys, n w c Luckie and Cone. 
BilUngslea, L. C, elk, bds at Mrs. Sarah Mead's. 
Billings, H. C. frmn " Ladies' Home " printing office. 



140 



AD VE RTISEMENTS. 



B. mmm & wm. bolli^ian, 



DEALERS IN riNB 



J[W[LI)Y, 

^P(MWn\0 CLOCKS, &c.. 



CORNER WHITEHALL AND MARIETTA, 




(■^i 



^TLtNjTO, 



O G 



©iQitl^ 



t^° Watches carefully repaired and waranted. 



f . f. ^&,mw>nm%% 



Rini DflTIST. 



OFFICE: 

Over Leitner & Fricker's Jewelry Store, east side of Whitehall, between 

Alabama and Hunter Streets, 



ATLANTA 



GEORGIA. 



BIL— BOR 141 



Bills, Lewis, blk s, n w c Frazer and Richardson. 

Bird, JB, butcher, e s Frazer, b Richardson and Fulton. 

Black, Jacob, bds at Planters' Hotel. 

Black, George W, bds with Elias B. 

Black, Elias, carp, w s Fowler, n of Foundry. 

Blackburn, J M, carp, s s Decatur, b Butler and Calhoun. 

Blackburn, J W, carp, w s Frazer, opp jail. 

Black, G D, e s Pryor, b Peters and Garnett. 

Blackman, J A J, n s Peters, b Thompson and M & "W 
RR. 

Blackman, L R H, with J A J B. 

Blackstock, J J, stone m, w s Peters, s of Walker. 

Blackstock, R, lab, w s McDaniel, e of Whitehall. 

Blackstock, W W, stone m, w s McDaniel, e of White- 
hall. 

Bleckley, Logan E, atty, cor East Peachtree and Currier. 

BLANCHARD, M C, (see p 138) Ins Agt, n s Stockton, 
e of Mangum. 

Blanchard, Chas, n s Rock, near Mangum. 

Blunt, Mathew, e s Collins, b Gilmer and Jenkins. 

Bohnefeld, Chas, undertaker, n s Luckie, b Forsyth and 
Cone. 

BOLLMAN, Wm, (B, Herman & Wm B,) w s White- 
hall, s of and near R R. 

BoUman, B, bds at Planters' Hotel. 

BOLTOIST, M L, n w c Calhoun and Ga R R. 

BOMAR, Dr B F, trader, n w c Green and Haynes. 

Bomar, F J, pol, s s Nelson, w of M & W R R. 

BONE, J C, cond W&ARR,nwc Luckie and Simp- 
son. 

BOND, PETER, mach Ga R R sh, bds with E C Downs. 

Booth, Robt, elk, with J H White & Co. 

Boothe, W K, wagon mkr, n s Ga R R, between Collins 
and Calhoun. 

BOOKOUT, J M, jeweler, w s Peachtree, nr Marietta, 
res s s Nelson, w of M & W R R. 

BORING, J M, M D, Office and res w s Forsyth, nr 
Hunter. 



i1V■K&f2[^ 



142 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

CHANDLER & BARROW, 

Granite Block, Broad Street, 2 Doors north of Kail Eoad Bridge, Atlanta, Ga. 

SOUTHERN BRANCH 

Masonic Publishing & Manufacturing Company 

OIF" KO'DES'V^ "STOIEl-IS., 

Respectfully inform the fraternity that they are prepared to supply every kind 
of Blank Books, Proposition Books, Receipt Books, Register Books, Presenta- 
tion Bibles, 8i{j;uature Books, Question Books for Commanderies, Black Books 
Draft Books, Visitors' Books, Music Books. ' 

:o"^-31j.A-"W"s i=^ r=i I n>T t e] 13 _ 

DIPLOMAS for Lodge, Chapter, Council and Comniandery, printed on Parch- 
ment, Plate and Bank Note Papers, in Tucks, Cloth Cases, 
Colored, and for Framing. 

DIMITS FOE LODGE AND CHAPTER. 

Lodges, Chapters, Councils and Commanderies su"nlied with FURNITURE 
CLOTHING, BANI^ERS, JEWELS, SEALS, WOIiKING TOOLS, SWORDS,' 

&c., &c. 

Columns representing Wisdom, Strength, and Beauty, Unity. Peace, and 
Plenty. EMBLEMATIC CERTIFICATES for Honorary Members. 

Every article used in the Lodge, Chapter, Council, Commandery and Con- 
sistory, furnlBhed at short notice, and on reasonable terms. 

Sashes, Collars, Aprons, and Jevrels, correctly made for the degree of the 
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. 

Regalia of all kinds, for Lodges, Encampments, and individual members of 

IE* ^^ ^* W^ 

Ode Cards, Ode Books, Works on Masonic Law, Ethics, History, Lectures, 
Work, etc. 

^^ Every article furnished at New York prices. 



BOS— BRA U3 



Bosworth, Mrs Eliza, e s "Walker, nr Nelson. 
Bosworth, J M, bds with Mrs E B. 
Boutell, N A, carp, bds with Levi Stansell. 
BOUTELL, JXO, bldr, s w c Collins and Ellis. 
Bowen, Hiram, carp, nee Peters and Garnett. 
BOWEN, J C, carp, w s Forsyth, nr Grenville's mill. 
BOWEN, GEO W, pol, w s Forsyth, b Garnett and 

Grenville's alley. 
BOWEN, REV CHAS A, s s Stephens, w of Race. 
Bowles, M W, ptr, e s Whitehall, b Mitchell and Peters. 
Boyd, A L, n s Stonewall, w of Race. 
BOYD, Col W W, Manager Ga State Lottery, res e s 

East-Peachtre, at old corp line. 
Boyd, T J, cond W & A R R, w s Collins, b Decatur and 

Ga R R. 
Boyd, Jno, elk M & W R R Depot, bds with R B 

Campbell. 
Boyd, W E, gro mer, e s McDonough, b Fair and Jones. 
Boyd, A W, (W W Wall & Co,) w s Peters, s of M & 

W R R. 
Boynton, C E, (Chamberlin, Cole & B,) bds at Ameri- 
can Hotel, 
BRACKEN, PETER, mach W & A sh, n s Rhodes, nr 

Mangura. 
BRACKEN, T J, eng W & A R R, n s Hunter, b Terry 

and King. 
BRADBURY, W S, ptr, e s Crew, s of Rawson. 
Bradbury, T S, carp, w s Walker, s of Boothe's al. 
Bradfield, Dr Joe, Drug, nee McDonough and Rawson. 
BRADLEY, J M, s s Nelson, e of Walker. 
Bradley, M H, carp, n w c Spring and W & A R R. 
Branham, J, eng W & A R R, bds with Henry Buice. 
Brannin, Columbus, bds with Mrs Eliza Bosworth. 
Brannin, J T, mattress rakr, bds Avith Mrs N E Robbins. 
BRANTLY, REV W T, Pastor 2d Baptist Church, res 

n w c Washington and Jones. 
Braswell, Mrs L J, s s Hunter, b Butler and Terry. 
BRAUMULLER, H, music store, w s Whitehall, b 

Alabama and Hunter, res w s Forsyth, n of Hunter. 



^^'-^- 



144 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



T. M. & R. C. CLARKE, 



IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 



ENGLISH AND AMERICAN 



"^BLjBlIE^I^^^^W jBl'SE^'M^, 





ALSO, AGENTS FOR 



FAIRBANK'S STANDARD 

pUTFonM Am mmm ^um, 

Sold at Manufacturer's prices, freight added. 

CORNER OF PEACH-TREE AND LINE STREETS, 



BRA— BRU 145 



BRAUMULLER MRS A., Mil and Fancy Goods, at 

music store of H B. 
BRAUN, F, cooper, s s Stockton w of M & "W R R. 
BRAY, W M, tchr, w s Whitehall, near junction of 

Forsyth. 
Brewer, J L, ptr, S sh, s s Foundry, w of W & A R R. 
BRIDGES, JOHN" M., Ft Agt, W & A R R Depot, res 

e 8 Fowler, near Green. 
Bridges, J, elk Ins office, bds at J C Whitner's. 
BRibWELL, CICERO, fam gro, cor Stockton and M 

& WRR. 
Bridwell, Zion, printer, near c Fowler and Green. 
Bridwell, Jno A, stone m, s s Green, b Fowler and 

Mangum. 
Bridwell, Mrs Harriet, s s Stockton, w of M & W R R. 
Brinkley, S B, srro mer, n w c Decatur and Randolph. 
BROTHERTON, W H, Dry Goods, s w c Whitehall 

and Mitchell, res w s Forsyth, b Garnett and Gren- 

ville'n al. 
BROWN, C I, s w c Peters and Crew. 
BROWN, A W, bdg h, w s Lloyd, b Hunter and 

Mitchell. 
Brown, G C, tin smith, Pryor, b Hunter and Mitchell. 
Brown, Jno, carp, W & A R R shop, at jn Fair and 

Hunter. 
BROWN, J W (Talley, B & Co.) 
BROWN & WILDMAN, (see p 134) Bankers, s w c 

Marietta and Broad. 
BROWN, PERINO, (B & Wildman,) res w s East- 

Peachtree, opp Oslin. 
BROWN & POPE, attys, s e c Broad and M & W R R 
BROWN, Joseph E, (B & Pope,) s w c Washington and 

Jones. 
BROXTON, H W, carp, w s McDonough, b Jones and 

Rawson. 
Bruce, R, carp, n s Houston, b Calhoun and Butler. 
BRUCKNER, J O, bk k, with F M Richardson, res n s 

Pryor, b Peters and Garnett. 
10 



146 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WM. W. CLAYTON, A. D. ADAIR, 

Late of Clayton, Adair, and Purse. Late of Wells, Adair, and Co. 



CLAYTON & ADAIR, 

General Commission Merchants, 



AND DEALERS IN 






No. IS, AAaJ^stxaeL Street, 

AGENTS FOR 

_A_iaca. I^eejD a.11 IsLiixcis of Scales ; 
ALSO, AGENTS FOR 

iiiiiii Piiifii iiiiia 



BRU— BUT U1 



Bruckner, Mrs Mary, s w c Spring and Luckie. 

Brunk, A, National Hotel. 

Bryan, H, b.ls at L. G. Holland's. 

BRYAN, WILLIAM, Ins Agt, bds with A W Brown. 

BRYANT, J M, s s Boothe's alley. 

Bryant, Wm M, carp, sec Peters and Thompson. 

BRYSON, J W F, elk, American Hotel. 

BRYSON, T M, dealer in lumber, with John Silvey. 

Buchanan, A J, blk s, s e c Fair and Frazer. 

Buckalew, Jas, carp, S sh, s of Delay, w of Mangum. 

BUCKHARDT, G A, fam gro, n w c Washington and 

Hunter. 
Buckner, Thos, emp W & A R R, bds with Russell 

Crawford. 
Buffington, Mrs S C, w s Pryor, b Peters and Garnett. 
BUICE, J D, tin smith, e s Peachtree, opp Walton, res 

sec Wheat and Pryor, 
BUICE, J M & BROTHER, fam gro, e s Peachtree, opp 

Walton. 
BUICE, M, fam gro, res e s Thompson, b Hunter and 

Mitchell. 
Buice, Elisha, mer, w s Crew, b Fair and Jones. 
Buice, Henry, s s Butler, b Ga R R and Hunter. 
Burke, T, gro mer, w s Calhoun, b Decatur and Ga R R. 
BURNETT, Robt, cond M & W R R, n s Decatur, b 

Moore and Pratt. 
BURNETT, A F & CO., (see p 138)— Ice, Oysters, &c., 

old postoffice bldg, e s Whitehall, s of R R. 
BURNS & DWYER, (see p 138)— Wines and Liquors, n 

8 Ga R R, e of and near Whitehall. 
BURR, GEO W, frmn Richardson's tin shop, e s White- 
hall, b Hunter and Mitchell. 
BUSH, BROOKS, painter W & A R R sh, res e s Mc- 

Donough, near old corp line. 
BUSH, R P, emp W «fc A R R, bds with Brooks, B. 
Bussey, Geo, bds at Covington House. 
Bussey, G H, National Hotel. 
BUTLER, JAS E, gro mer, n w c Marietta and Cone. 



148 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WHOLESALE 



DEALERS IN 




FOII[IGII mo DOiSTIC L 



SEGARS, &c., &c.. 



lEIast Side IPeaeh-Tree, ]Vear Hiine St., 



ATLANTA, GA. 



BUT— CAR 149 



Butler, J P, butcher, bds at American Hotel. 
Butler, T J, elk, s 8 Decatur, b Collins and Calhoun. 
BUTT, WM M, J P, office cor Alabama and Forsyth, res 

e s McDonough, s of Rawson. 
Buzby, Mrs Melinda, w s W & A R R, b Rock and Delay. 
Buzby, Willi8,^emp S road, with. Mrs M B. 
Busby, W T, fam gro, w s West-Peachtree, b Hunnicutt 

and Mills. 
BYINGTON, Judge , bds with Mrs E Johnson. 

o 

CAm, JEFF, eng S road, n s Rhodes, near W & A R R. 

CALDWELL, J AS, res n e c Mitchell and Thompson. 

CALHOUN, Dr E N, 8 e c Peters and Washington. 

CALHOUN. J M, atty, s w c Alabama and Washington. 

CALHOUN; W L, atty, n s Hunter, b Lloyd and Wash- 
ington. 

Calhoun, C A, fireman S road, bds at Bellevue House. 

Callahan, Daniel, eng S road, bds with Mrs A D Rhodes. 

Callahan, Dennis, w s Lloyd, b Hunter and Mitchell. 

Callahan, Owen, eng, bds with Mrs A D Rhodes. 

Callaway, Jas H, bds with R A Howard. 

Callaway, Mrs Martha, s s Hunter, b Calhoun and Butler. 

Camp, Geo W, carp, s s Baker, b Butler and Bloyd. 

CAMPBELL, J B, w s East Peachtree, opp Currier. 

CAMPBELL, Dr. J T, (see p 1 40)— Dentist, office e s 
Whitehall, b Alabama and Hunter. 

CAMPBELL, RICHARD B, chf elk, M & W R R 
Depot, res av s M & W R R, near Depot. 

Campbell, C T, Expressman, bds with J C Robinson. 

Campbell, Mrs. Thomas, with John M Bridges. 

Campbell, Monroe, elk W & A R R Depot, bds with 
RBC. 

Campbell, Clinton, bds with RBC. 

Cannon, Patrick, e s Lloyd, b Mitchell and Hunter. 

CANNON, C A, carp, s s Decatur e of Peck and Mark- 
ham's Plaining Mill. 

Carbine, P V, mach, bds at Bellevue House. 

Carbine, Jno, blr mkr, bds at Bellevue House. 



150 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CARL F. BARTH, 




SOLE AGENT FOR THE SALE OF THE 

Celebrated Southern Piano Fortes of 

"VVILLIA.M: KNA.be & Co., 

BA.IL.XI3IOIiE, 3Xcl. 

A variety of these favorite instruments always on 
hand, which are furnished from this Depot at Factory 
pdces (freight paid). 

Good second hand Pianos for sale or hire. 

WANTED TO PURCHASE, 

Old, or worn out Pianos, for which the highest price "will 
be paid — especially when exchanged for new ones. 

PIANO FORTES TUNED AND REPAIRED 

In the best manner, and arrangements for tuning by the 
year, made at reduced prices. 

51^^ All orders should be left with the subscriber, at 
David Mayor's old stand, Whithehall Street, Atlanta, Ga. 

CARL F. BAKTH. 



CAR— CHE 151 



Carden, C B, Watchman, M & W R R Depot. 

Carder, Mrs? Ellen, with J C King. 

CARLTO AN, S M, breaksman S road, n s Race, w of 

Haynes. 
Carlton, J M B, e s Bartow, b Marietta and W & 

A RR. 
Carmichael, Jonathan, carp, with Z A Clarke. 
CARPENTER, E C, pattern mkr, bds with Mrs L A 

King. 
CARR, E A, (Glenn, Wright & Co.,) bds at Bell Man- 
sion. 
Carroll, W S, gro mer, e s Ivy, near junction with 

Peaclitree. 
Cason, Thop, bk m, w s Race, s of Haynes. 
Cason, Jno, w s Terry, b Fair and Jones. 
CASSIN, C P, mer, s s Nelson, w of M & W R R. 
CASTLEBERRY, M T, fam gro, e s Peters, w of M & 

W R R. 
CATHOLIC CHURCH, Immaculate Conception, sec 

Hunter and Lloyd, Rev Thos O'Reilly, Pastor. 
CENTER, GEO W, elk with Bell & Ormond, res e s 

Collins, b Wheat and Houston. 
Center, E A, pol, with Geo W C. 
Center, P W, dk, with G W C. 
CHAMBERLIN, COLE & BOYNTON, Dry Goods, 

Rawson's bldg, sec Whitehall and Hunter. 
Chamberlin, E P, (C, Cole & Boynton.) 
CHANDLER & BARROW, (see 142)— Regalia &c, w 

s Broad, b Marietta and Railroad. 
CHANDLER, THOS W, (C & Barrow,) n w c Luckie 

and Hunnicutt. 
Chandler, David, Asst Surv Ga A L R R, bds at Bell 

Mansion. 
CHAPMAN & RUCKER, gro and com mer, w s White- 
hall, b Hunter and Mitchell. 
Cheatham, Marcus, bds with Mrs E Haney. 
CHESTER, JOHK S, mach S shop, n w c Haynes and 

Rhodes. 



152 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

IVILLI^M: EZZA.RD, 

ATLANTA, G-EOKG-IA. 



O'F'iriCH!.— On Broad Street, up stairs, in the Granite Block, north of 
Rail Road Bridge. 

^~ Particular attention given to Conveyancing and Collections in the City 
and surrounding country. 

6^" Will practice in the State and United States District Courts. 



. EARNEST, 



DEALER IN 



WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, 

West side Whitehall between Hunter and Mitchell Sts., 
ATLANTA, -----.- GEORGIA- 
NS^ Call and examine his stock. 

S^^~ Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &c., repaired at short notice. He is, also, 
Agent for Singer's celebrated Sewing Machine. 



PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY, 

OYER HOLBROOK'S HAT STORE, 

West side Whitehall St., between Alabama and Hunter, 

ATLANTA. GEOEGIA- 



-:o:- 



j^~ Photographs, from old Ambrotypes, DaGuerreotypes, &c., enlarged to 
life size, and painted in Oil or Water Colors. Cartes-de-visite, Ambrotypes, 
&Ci, plain or colored. All work warranted of superior style. 



CHE— CLA 153 



CHESHIRE, E D, elk at Talley, Brown & Co's, n e 

c Windsor and Fulton. 
CHISOLM, MRS R E, bdg h, e s Pryor, near Garnett. 
Chisolm, F N, (Henderson, C & Co,) nee Walton and 

Cone. 
Chisolm, Willis P, broker, e s Whitehall, b Alabama and 

Hunter. 
CHISLOM, J C, gun smith, bds with J A Hancock. 
Christian, W C D, emp W & A R R, cor Collins and 

Butler. 
CHRISTIAN CHURCH, n s Hunter, b Pryor and 

Lloyd. 
CHRISTIAN INDEX & SOUTH-WESTERN BAP- 

TI:5T, Franklin Printing House, Dr D Shaver, editor. 
Christiphine, Frank, n w c Luckie and Spring. 
CITY FLOURING MILLS, nee Bartow and W & 

A R R, W G Peters & Co, pros. 
CITY HALL SQUARE, bounded on e by Calhoun, w 

by Washington, n by Hunter, and s by Mitchell streets. 
CITY HOSPITAL, in Fair Grounds, cor Fair and HiU, 

Dr E J Roach, City Physician. 
CITY CEMETERY, e of Elmore, b Fair street and Ga 

R R, G A Pilgrim, Sexton. 
CHANCY, M J, near n w c McDonough and Fair. 
Clarke, Jas, w s Washington, b Fulton and Richardson. 
CLARKE, J M, Atty, e s McDonough, b Rawson and 

Clark. 
CLARli, MRS LYDIA, e s Whitehall, b Mitchell and 

Peters. 
CLARK, W F, printer and musician, with Mrs Lydia C. 
Clark, V B, bar k, bds at American Hotel. 
Clark, J D, cond A & W P R R, bds at American Hotel. 
Clarke, A A, elk A & W P R R Depot, s s Marietta, b 

Bartow and Foundry alley. 
Clarke, J D, ptr, nee Wheat and Pryor. 
Clarke, Mrs Elizabeth, n s Crape's alley, w of Race. 
CLARKE, T M & R R C, (see p 144)— Hardware, cor 

Peachtiee and Line. 



154 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. D. TAIN. 



JNO. N. TAIN. 



GEO. VT. PAEROTT. 



WHOLESALE QROCERS, 

MlllSSIOilRCIlilTS 

IN'o. V, Clierokee Block, Peachtree Street, 



HENRY R. FA.RROW^, 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

Also, "COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS " for nearly all the States. 

OFiniCE.— In Eooms over James's Banking House, comer Alabama and 
Whitehall Streets. Entrance on Alabama Street. 



CALVIN FAT. 



MAX V. D. CORrUT. 



ARCHITECTS UNO CIfllEllGlfl[ERS, 

OFFICE: 
In WILLINGHAM BUILDING, corner Decatur and Ivy Streets, 



0EOE0IA. 



CLA— COL 155 



CLARKE, THOS M, (T M & R C C,) res n w c Mitchell 

and Forsyth. 
CLARKE, R C, (T M & R C C,) bds with T M C. 
CLARKE, WM H, com mer, bds with Mrs Eliza 

Johnson. 
CLARKE, Z A, plasterer, e s Marietta, opp Gas Works. 
CLAYTON, ;^J W, Agt So Manuf, s w c Houston and 

Gilmer. 
CLAYTON & ADAIR, (see p 146) gro and com mer, 

s s Alabama, b Pryor and Llovd. 
CLAYTON, WM W, (C & Adair,) n w c Marietta and 

Spring. 
Clotz, J P, s s Alabama, near Broad. 
Clower, Thos L, s s Irwin, near Bloyd. 
Clower, W W, bk m, s s Harris, b Collins and Calhoun. 
COCHRAN, J A, trader, w s Whitehall, near junction of 

Forsyth. , 

COFER & McCALLA, Leather and com mer, n s 

Decatur, b Peachtree and Pryor. 
Cofer, E G, carp, s w cFowier and Magazine. 
Coggin, W T, bk ra, n 8 Rock, b Fowler and Mangum. 
Coggin, Harris W, telgh watchman, n s Rock, w of 

Mangum. 
COHRON, JOSEPH, printer. Intelligencer office, e s 

Race, s of Haynes. 
Cohen, John, caip, e s Walker, s of Stephens. 
Cohen, James, s s Washington, b Jones and Rawson. 
COHEN, L, Dry Goods, e s Whitehall, b Alabama and 

Hunter. 
Cole, W E, bds with J M C Monday. 
Cole, Moses, bds with Dr N L Angier. 
COLEMAN, MRS S H, bdg h, e s Whitehall, b Hunter 

and Mitchell. 
COLLIER & HOYT, attys, w s Whitehall, b Alabama 

and Hunter. 
Collier, John, (C & Hoyt,) w of and fronting M & W R 

R, s of Stockton. 
Collier, T M, saloon k, bds at Planters' Hotel. 
Collins, R S, bk m, bds at Mechanic House. 



156 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



G. H. FORCE. 



A. W. FORCE. 




WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



Boo 



f 



East side Whitehall Street, between Alabama and Hunter, 

^ATLANTA, G-EORGIA. 



ARTHUR C. FORD. 



ALBERT HAPE. 



Des. ford & HAPE, 




Bank Block, Alabama Street, 

ATLAISFTA, - - - - GEOEGIA. 



Will perform all operations entruBted to their care in the most scientific and 
BatiBfactory manner. 

Special attention Mill be given to the treatment of irregularities of the 
teeth, and all diseases of the mouth. 

Teeth extracted without pain by the aid of NitroB Oxide Gas. 



COM— cow 157 



COMPTON, W W, raer, bds at American Hotel. 
CONCORDIA HALL, e s Whitehall, b Hunter and 

Mitchell. 
Conger, T, carp, n s Magazine, e of Fowler. 
Connally, Jno, s s Hunter, b Butler and Terry. 
Connally, Arthur, s s Hunter, b Butler and Terry. 
Conner, E C, (Sheldon & C,) bds with Mrs G B Douglass. 
CONSODINE, T, boot mkr, n s Decatur, b Pryor and 

Ivy. 
Conway, A C, carp, with W J Gee. 
Cook, Miss Esther, n s Fair, near Martin alley. 
COOK, GEO W D, (J Winship & Co,) n s Walton, b 

Spring and Bartow. 
Cook, J L, pol, e 8 Walker, s of Boothe's alley. 
COOK, L, hardware, s w c Whitehall and Alabama. 
Cooley, Mark, bar k, n e c Mitchell and Broad. 
COOPER, JAS F, City Surv, e s Pryor, b Wheat and 

Line, 
Corbit, M, bk m, e s Forsyth, b Alabama and Hunter. 
Corey, F W, (Pond & C,) National Hotel. 
CORPUT, Max V D, (Fay & C,) n s Decatur, b Col- 
lins and Calhoun. 
Corput, Gustavus, elk with M V D C. 
CORRA, F & Co, conf, e s Whitehall, b Alabama 

and R R. 
Corra, F, (C, F & Co,) McDonough, s of Rawson. 
Corrigan, Michael, w s Lloyd, b Hunter and Mitchell. 
Corey, Mrs Harriet, s w c Cone and Luckie. 
Cothran, E A, printer, bds at Mechanic House. 
Coulter, Lewis, n s Gilmer, b ColUns and Calhoun. 
COURT HOUSE, (Fulton County,) in City Hall Square. 
COVINGTON HOUSE, Mrs E White, pro, s s Decatur, 

b Lloyd and Collins, 
Cowan, AY H C, gun smith, e s McDonough, at junction 

of Butler. 
COWART, R J, atty, bds at Covington House. 
Cowart, George, bds at Covington House. 
Cowart, Charles, bds at Covington House. 



158 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GATE CITY SHOP ! 

BY 

FORD & BOOTH, 
MANUFAGTyRERS W Ummii, WAGONS, 

^nd. all Kintis of "Vehicles. 

t^^Kepairing done at SHORT NOTICE, and REASONABLE RATES. ..^3 

Kouth side Mitchell East of Whitehall Street, 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 





AND ALL KINDS OF 

Cabinet Material and Upholstering Goods, 

Marietta Street, near Whitehall, 

.A-THi-A-iNrT^^, g-eio:e=lc3-i.a.. 
FRIEDMAN & LOYEMAN, 



WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEALERS IK 



DRY GOODS, FAII8Y GOODS, NOTIONS, 

BOOTS, SHOIES, JELAJTS, & CXiOTEEHSTGf-, 

Whitehall Street, (in Conley's Block, Three Doors above Alabama Street,) 

^^tla/3a.ta., G-eorg-ia., 



cox— CRO 159 



Cox, F A, eng W & A R R, s s Hayden, near Harris. 

Cox Jas E, s s Nelson, e of Walker. 

COX & HILL, (see p 148) Wines and Liquors, e s 
Peacbtree, n of Line. 

COX, CAPT W B, (C ifc Hll,)— e s Ivy, b Harris and 
Baker. 

Cox, J B, ptr, n s Hunter, near City Cemetery. 

Coyen, Jas, fani gro, s s Marietta, b Bartow and Foun- 
dry alley. 

Cozart, Mrs W H, n s Peters, b Forsyth and Thompson. 

Crane, Benj E, (Langston, C & Hammock,) bds with 
Wm W Clayton. 

Crane, G D, (Jennings & C,) bds with J T Hall. 

Craven, V W, ptr, n s Gilmer, b Ivy and Collins. 

Craven, N S, atty, bds with V W C. 

CRAVEN", Rev ISAAC N, s w c Gilmer and Collins. 

CRAWFORD, ROBT, Com Pub Works, sec Terry 
and Ga R R. 

Crawford, Elisha, carp, n w c Lloyd and Jones. 

Crawford, Russell, pol, s s Marietta, near Gate City 
Foundry. 

Crawford, W H, plasterer, nee Foundry and Fowler. 

CRENSHAW, J L, pol, e s Butler, b Ga R R and 
Hunter. 

Crew, B B & Co, bk sirs, e s Whitehall, b R R and 
Marietta. 

Crew, B B, (C, B B & Co.,) bds with D N Judson. 

Cromley, Mrs Catherine, Milliner, s s Marietta, near 
Gate Cily Foundry. 

Crow, Thos J, carp, n s Stonewall, w of Race. 

Crockett, David M, carp, n w c Calhoun and Ga R R. 

Crockett, D A, mach, bds with David M C. 

CROFT, DAVID W, cond M & W R R, res s s Stock- 
ton, w of M & W R R. 

Crook, Miss Amanda, tchr, with J W C. 

Crook, J W, nee McDonough and Fair. 

Crosby, Isaac, pattern rakr, s s Ga R R, b Butler and 
Terry. 



160 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



TO I^^^^n-TvdlElP^S. 



rORD'S PiSPHlin OR [[RTILIHR, 

FINE IN TEXTURE, 

Of a Rich Dark Color, and Ammoniated, having 

No. 1 Peruvian Guano in it, and smells 

Strongly of it. 



Every farmer knows the virtue of Peruvian Guano : it is there- 
fore unnecessary to say anything more about it. 

For Wheat, Bye, Oats, &c. — One hundred and fifty to two hun- 
dred and fitty pounds to the acre, drilled. If broadcast, some- 
thing more, and plowed slightly in with the grain. A slight top- 
dressing in the Spring may be of advantage. 

For Corn, Cotton, Tobacco, Potatoes, &c — A small quantity to 
the hill, when you plant, and when the plant is well up, a small 
quantity to the hill as top-dressing — not over two hundred pounds 
to the acre in all. 

M. R BELL & CO., Agents, 

Granite Block, Broad St., next the Rail Road, Atlanta, Ga. 



CRU— DAY 161 



Cruise, Wm, well disrojer, n w c Luckie and Mills. 
CRUMLEY, Rev W M, Pastor Trinity M E Church, 

bds with J H Anderson. 
CRTJSSELL, T G W, bk m, n e c Peachtree and Ellis. 
Culverson, J H, carp, s s Decatur, near A <fc "W Pt 

Depot. 
Curtis, Mrs M E, dress mkr, n s Peters, near Whitehall. 

D 

DAILY NEW ERA, Dr Samuel Bard, pro, cor 
Marietta and Peachtree. 

Dallas, G J, mer, bds at American Hotel. 

Daly, Martin, bar k, n s Owens, near M & W R R. 

D'ALVIGNY, N, M D, n s Jenkins, b Collins and 
Calhoun. 

D'Alvigny, C F S, med student, with Dr N D. 

Daniel, C, elk P O, bds at G B Roberts. 

Daniel, Jas, mach, bds with Mrs Jane Walsh. 

Daniel, Joshua, s w c Collins and Harris. 

Daniel, Jno -B, elk, bds with J D. 

Darby, Archibald, emp Ga R R, bds with E C Downs. 

Darnold, Jas, carp, s s Marietta, b Bartow and Foun- 
dry alley. 

Davidge, C H, in Revenue oflSce, bds at American HoteL, 

Davis, J C, s e c Peachtree and Cain, 

DAVIS, C C, Fam Gro, cor Trebursey and Race. 

Davis, S H, cor Crew and Fulton. 

Davis, John, mach, S shop, bds with Mrs A D Rhodes. 

Davis, John J, tailor, w s Broad, near Mitchell. 

DAVIS, LARKIN H, s e c Davis and Race. 

Davis, John F, blk s, e s Frazer, b Jones and Rawson. 

Davis, Kinson, pdlr, bds with Hardy Treadwell, 

Davis, Mrs M J, bds with H Westmoreland. 

Davis, T J, bds with H Westmoreland. 

Davis, Joseph, bk k, bds with W W Clayton. 

Davis, L B, Purchasing Agt, s w c Forsyth and Church. 

Davison, Wm, elk, bds with D N Judson. 

Day, Mrs Frank, s w c Whitehall and Garnett. 
11 



162 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



fiiiii at ik^^^ 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 



OFFICE.— On Whitehall, betweon Alabama Street and the Rail Road. 



LAW, LAND, AND COLLECTION OFFICE. 

•^^ . 

"V. A.. a^SKILL, 

AND 

REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

Office East side Whitehall St., South of and uear Rail Road Crossing, 
ATLANTA, CEORCIA. 

r^- Will give special attention to Conveyancing, Examining Titles to Real 
Estate, Writing Contracts, and Collecting Debts. 

Refeeences: Mayor, and (citizens of Atlanta, Ga ; J. W. Fears & Co., Ma 
con Ga ; C. A. Nuttinc:, Macon, Ga.; James Gardner, Augusta, Ga.; Austell & 
Inman, New York ; John Livingston, New York. 



STATE LOTTI 

FOR THE BENEFIT OP 



ORPHAKS' HOME, 



»♦« 



OTPiniCE;.— Up stairs ia Granite Block, West side Broad St., North of 
Rail Rood 15nii>>- 



DAY— DOU 163 



Day, D H, bk k, n w c Gilmer and Pratt. 

Day, E F, with D H D. 

Dean, Dr Elbert M, n s Thurman, w of Mangum. 

Dean, Lemuel, gro mer, s s Marietta, opp Mangum. 

Deckard, Wm, mach, S shop, bds with John S Chester. 

Delany, T N, Mechanic House, e 8 Lloyd, b Alabama and 

Hunter. 
Delay, Mrs Mary C, n s Marietta, near Gate City Foun- 
dry. 
Delay, H R, ptr, s w c Grubb and Simpson. 
Den ham, Robt, carp, Race street, near old corp line. 
Denniger, John, printer, w 8 Spring, b Walton and 

Luckie. 
Deno, Geo C, mail agt, bds at Bellevue House. 
Dewberry, David, carp, nee Hunter and Butler. 
Dewberry, Giles, gas titter, sec Decatur and Moore. 
Dickey, Dr W J, bdg h, n s Mitchell, b Whitehall and 

Pryor. 
DILL & MAIER, (see p 168) Photo Gallery, w s 

Whitehall, b Alabama and Hunter. 
Dill, C W, (D & Maier,) with N E Gardner. 
Dimmick, Loderick M, shoe mer, w s East Peachtree, b 

Baker and Oslin. 
DOANE, JOHN A, bds with Dr J M Boring, 
Dobhs, J H, elk, bds at American Hotel. 
DOCKUM, O, Painter, s s Fair, near King. 
Dodd, P & G T, Grocers, nee Whitehall and Mitchell. 
Dood, Green T, (D, P & G T,) s s Mitchell, b Whitehall 

and Pryor. 
Dodd, Philip, (D, P & G T,) bds with G T D. 

Doncaster, , bk m, bds with E E Winn. 

DOOLY, M H, Supervisor, W & A R R, n ,e c 

Mangum and Green. 
Doonan, Mrs Ellen, n w c Whitehall and Garnett. 
Doonan, John J, elk, W & A R R, with Mrs E D. 
Doushertv, W A, attv, bds at Bell Mansion. 
DOUGHERTY, DAVID, (Silvey & D.) 
Doughty, Mrs M E, n s Decatur, b Calhoun and Butler. 



164 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

SAMUEL HAPE^S 

SOUTHERN DENTAL DEPOT, 

ATLANTA G-EOKQIA, 

MLA.NXJIT'A.CTXJPi.KIi OF 

©©dtlsti* lm^\^m^^ ©©Id) ^ Ym Wmlh 

DEALER IN 

Teeth, Instruments, k.. and Dental Material of Every Description. 

^T" Highest price paid for GOLD DUST, BULLION, &c. 
*#* Catalogues sent on application. 



HEINZ & BERKELE, 

Keep Constantly on hand a good asBortment of 



DOUBLE AND SINGLE 




I=L I IT" Hj IE S , 

Gun and Pistol Material, and Ammunition of all Kinds. 

Also, Repair Guns, Pistols, Locks, Safes, Sewing Machines, hang Bells, &c., 
Sig-ix of tlie Bi^ Grun, 

WHITEHALL STREET, NEAR RAIL ROAD CROSSING, 
ATLANTA, -__--- GEORGIA. 



DOU— DTJR 165 



Douglass, Mrs G B, bdg h, s w c Mitchell and "Washign- 

ton. 
Douglass, T, blk s, n w c Luckie and Foundry alley. 
DOIJGLAS, Mrs E, dress mkr, w s Whitehall, b Hunter 

and Mitchell. 
D'lve, Levi, blaster, s s Delay, w of Haynes. 
Downing, TVm, elk, w s Mitchell, b Lloyd and "Washing- 
ton. 
DOWNS, WM, cond W & A R R, bds at Mrs C L 

Kile's. 
Downs, J H, emp Ga R R, bds with E C Downs. 
Downs, E C, carp, n a Ga R R, b Calhoun and Butler. 
Downs, John U, fireman, W & A R R, bds with E C D. 
Downs, Lemuel, bar k, American Hotel. 
Drake, Jacob, plas, n s Harris, e of Butler. 
Drake, Vines, n s Rock, w of Mangnm. 
Drake, J F, emp W & A R R, s s Marietta, b Bartow 

and Foundry alley. 
BuBOSE, Dr W S, n s Hunter, b Lloyd and Wash- 
ington. 
Ducker, Wm N, cab mkr, n s Garnett, b Whitehall and 

Forsyth. 
Dudley, Mrs J D, s w c Harris and Collins. 
DUNCAX, J W, Atty, s w c Marietta and Broad, res 

n w c Peachtree and Harris. 
Dunlap, P H, bds with Mrs Catherine Bell. 
Dunlap, W W, bgge master, W & A R R, bds with 

Mrs C Bell. 
Dunnigan, C J, w 8 Walker, near Peters. 
DUNNING, JAS L, U S Com, N Dist Ga, s w c Lloyd 

and Mitchell. 
DUNNING, VOLNEY, Agt So Ex Co, s s Alabama, b 

Pryor and Lloyd. 
Dunning, R S, pat mkr, n w c Lloyd and Peters. 
Dunphy, Richard, stone m, w s Collins, b Houston and 

Ellis. 
Durand, S A, dealer in lumber, w s Whitehall, b Peters 

and Garnett. 



166 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. m:. holbrook's 




'V^h.iteliall Street, 

ATLANTA, GEOHGIA. 

Cne of the Largest Establishments in the South. 

AN ATLANTA HOUSE OF FIFTEEN YEARS STANDING. 

The country Trade supplied witti Hats by the dozen or by the case. A fine 
selection of every style of Hats and Caps, WHOLESALE and EETAIL. 

TRUNKS, UMBRELLAS, AND CANES. 

Also, a fine selection of 

J. M. HOLBROOK, 

Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga. 



IjUg^^^v^jgk^ 



DUR— ELY 167 



Durand, Mrs M F, Mil and Fancy Goods, w s Whitehall, 

b Peters and Garnett. 
Dyer, Washington, carp, bds with Hiram Bowen. 

EARNEST, E E, (see p 152) Jewelry, &c., w b White- 
hall, b Hunter and Mitchell. 

Earnest, C E, plasterer, w s Man gum, b Nelson and Race. 

Earnest, F W, gro mer, nee Mangum and Race. 

Echols, Robt M, mail guard, W & A R R, bds with 
Mrs S A Lester. 

Echols, Thos, bds at Mrs RE Chisolm's. 

Echols, James, bk m, w s Peters, n junction of Walker. 

EDDLEMAN & BANKS, Boots and Shoes, e s Peach- 
tree, opp Walton. 

Eddleman, F M, (E & Banks,) res on Pryor, near Raw- 
son. 

Eddleman, John, elk at Eddleman and Banks'. 

Eddleman, Frank, carp, S shop, n s Mechanic. 

Eddleman, George H, bds with John E. 

Edwards, Ben], Mail Agent, bds at Bellevue House. 

Edwards, J R, cond M & W R R, bds with Mrs S A 
Lester. 

Edwards, John, carp, bds with MrsL A King. 

Edwards, Jesse, s s Luckie, b Bartow and Foundry alley. 

Edward?, B C, printer, bds at Mechanic House. 

Edwards, B F, Mail Agent, A & W P R R, bds at Me- 
chanic House. 

Eeds, C W, printer, at Atlanta Daily Intelligencer. 

Eischengreen, J, mer, bds at Planters' Hotel. 

Eiseman & Bro, clothing, e s Whitehall, near Hunter. 

Eiseman, M J, clothing, bds at Planters' Hotel. 

Eisenhut, John, shoe mkr, e 8 Fowler, b Green and 
Rhodes. 

Ellison, James, carp, bds with Hardy Treadwtll. 

Elswtrth, John, eng, S road, with Jacob Weaver. 

ELYEA, C H, U S Dept Marshall, n s Wheat, b Coll.'ns 
and Calhoun. 



168 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY, 

OVEE HOLBEOOK'S HAT STOEE, 

West side Whitehall St., between Alabama and Hunter, 



j^" Photographs, from old Ambrotypes, Daguerreotypes, &c., enlarged to 
life size, and painted in Oil or Water Colors. Cartes-de-visite, Ambrotypei, 
&c., plain or colored. All work warranted of superior style. 

C. "W. DILL, Photo. JOHN MI^IEIR, Artist, 



AND 

SOLICITOR GENERAL OF THE COWETA CIRCUIT, 

Will attend to any business entrusted to him in any county in the Circuit. 

OFFICE.— Up stairs in the centre building of the Granite Block, Broad Street, 
Atlanta, Ga. 



See Pages 136 and 160. 



EMP— FEW 169 



EMPIRE STEAM PLANING MILL, n s Decatur, e of 
Bell, Peck & Markham, pros. 

English, J W, National Hotel. 

En Wright, Mrs C M, w s Crew, b Jones and Fair. 

EPISCOPAL CHURCH, St Philip's, nee Washington 
and Hunter, Rev Chas W Thomas, Rector. 

Ergenzinger, Alex, upholsterer, bds at Mrs S H Cole- 
man's. 

Evans, George, bk m, w s Crew, s of Rawson. 

Evans, John, ptr, n w c Frazer and Richardson. 

EVERETT, WM S, elk, Talley, Brown & Go's, res n e c 
Windsor and Richardson. 

EZZARD, WM, (see p 152) Atty, w s Broad, b R R 
and Marietta, res n w c Peachtree and Luckie. 

EZZARD, WM L, w s Forsyth, b Luckie and Church. 

F 

FAINS & PARROTT, (see p 154) Gro and Com Mer, e 

s Peachtree, opp Walton. 
Fain, W D, and Fain, John N, (F & Parrott.) 
Faith, John, e s Frazer, s of Rawson. 
FAIR GROUND, s s Fair st, b Connally alley and Hill. 
FAMBROUGH, W P, Master Carp, nee Walker and 

Boothe's alley. 
Farnsworth, W T, carp, bds with Levi Stansell. 
Farrar, Jesse C, cor Collins and Harris. 
FARRAR, R M, (Orme & F,) cor Collins and Harris. 
FARROW, H P, (see p 154) Atty, nee Alabama and 

Whitehall, entrance n s Alabama, res cor Washington 

and Crumley. 
Farley, Philip, s s Mechanic. 
FAY & CORPUT, (seep 154) Arch, nee Decatur and 

Ivy. 
FAY, CALVIN, (F & Corput,) e s Whitehall, b Mitchell 

and Peters. 
FERGUSON, D P, Fara Gro, nee Whitehall and 

Mitchell, res e s M & W R R, s of Grenville's alley. 
Few, Mrs Selina A, e s Walker, s of Boothe's alley. 



110 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

HUNNICUTT & BELLINGRATH, 

Corner Alabama and Loyd Streets, 



DEALERS IN 



WR0U6HT IBQN WELDED TUBE, 

For Steam, Gas, or Water : 

Steam and. <3ras I^ittinsTS. 



Globe Valves, Check Valves, Steam Guages, Steam 
Whistles, Oil Cups, Lift and Force Pumps, Rub- 
ber Tube, &c., cfcc; Gas Fixtures, Chanda- 
liers. Pendants, Portable Lights, Brack- 
etts. Globes, Pat. Burners, &c.; 
Copper, Brass, Zinc, Spelter 
Solder, Sheet L-on, Sheet 
Lead, Lead Pipe, &c. 



liskf and Tuipeniine Stilh made to Order. 

1^ ORNAMENTAL WORK DONE TO DRAFT. J^ 



FIN— FOR 111 



Finch, H B, atty,bds with M L Harris. 

FINDLEY, J J, Atty, n w c Cain and Randolph. 

Findley, W V, carp, bds with J J F 

Fishback, W G, tailor, b Peachtree and Ivy, at junction 

of same. 
Fish, Vines, trader, s s Nelson, near M & W R R. 
Fisher, George, cab rakr, S shop, n s Magazine, w of 

Fowler. 
Fitts, Robt C, mail elk " Int Office," bds at Dr J M 

Boring's. 
Fitzgibbon, Thos, s s Fair, b McDonough and Frazer. 
Fiizgiobon, Pat, keeper City Hall. 
Flack, W B, bds at American Hotel. 
Flash, A, e 8 Whitehall, b Garnett and Grenville's alley. 
Fleck, Daniel, br k, w ot W & A R R Round House. 
Fletcher, Charles L, bds with Mrs A L Boyd. 
Fleitshel, David, (Paige, F & Co,) res w s Whitehall, s of 

Garnett. 
Fleishel, Joseph, and Benj, with David F. 
Fleming, A, s s McLin, near M & W R R. 
Fleming, A F, salesman, with Smith & Richmond. 
Fleming, L G, bds at Mechanic House. 
Fleming, Thos P, with M R Bt-ll & Co. 
Floyd, John F, shoe mkr, w s Peters, n of junction of 

FLYNN "& DOOLY, Dry Goods, e s Whitehall, b 

Hunter and Mitchell. 
Flynn, John H, master raach, W & A R R shop, nee 

Colhus and Gilmer. 
Flynu, Jas, eng W & A R R, bds with M H Dooly. 
Flynn, Thos, bds with M H Dooly. 
FORCE & CO, (see p 156) Shoe Store, e s Whitehall, b 

Alabama and Hunter. 
Force, G H, (F & Co,) bds at American Hotel. 
Force, A W, (F & Co.) bds at D N Judson's. 
FORD & HIGHTOWER, Gro Mer, n s Mitchell, b 

Whitehall and Broad. 



1^2 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GEO. HILLYER, 



9 

Office, Atlanta National Bank building — up stairs. 

JAMES M. CALHOUN. WM. L. CALHOUN. 

J. M. CALHOUN & SON, 

Soutli-West corner Alabama and Washington Streets, 
ATLANTA, GA. 

Will attend to all professional business in their office. Also, practice in the 
U. S. District Court at Atlanta, and in the State Courts. 



SEE] I=>. 1-4:8. 



FOR— FUL 113 



Ford, Dr John J, (F & Hightower,) e s Peters, w of 

M & W R R. 
FORD & BOOTH, (see p 158) Carriage Mkrs, s e 

Mitchell, near Whitehall. 
Ford, Jas J, (F & Booth,) w s Washington, b Fair and 

Jones. 
FORD & HAPE, (see p 156) Dentists, s s Alabama, b 

Whitehall and Pryor. 
FORD, Dr ARTHUR, (F & Hape, bds at Planters' 

Hotel. 
Forsyth, A B, s s Line, b Pryor and Ivy. 
Forsyth, Wm, blk s, n w c Cain and Orme. 
FOSTER, Gen IRA R, n s Marietta, near Gate City 

Foundry. 
FOWLER, N R, Clk County Court, e s Peachtree, b 

Harris and Baker. 
Fox, George, mach, S road, bds with Mrs A D Rhodes. 
Fox, Amos, (Redwine & F,) w s Pryor, b Peters and 

Garnett. 
FRANKLIN & MAHALOVITCH, House Fur Goods, 

w s Whitehall, b Alabama and R R. 
Franklin, Herman, w s Forsyth, b Peters and Garnett. 
Franklin, M, with Herman F. 
FRANKLIN PRINTING HOUSE, J J Toon, pro, n s 

Alabama, b Whitehall and Pryor. 
FRAZER, GEO P, (see p 158) Furniture, s s Marietta, 

near Whitehall. 
FRIEDMAN & LOVEMAN, (see p 158) e s Whitehall, 

b Alabama and Hunter. 
FRIZZELL, W H Frmn Empire Steam Plaining Mill, n s 

Decatur, e of Bell. 

Fulsom, , (Joiner & F,) bds with Mrs A J Simms. 

FULLER, Capt W"M A, Cond W & A R R, n s 

Mechanic. 
Fuller, A R, elk P 0, bds with G B Roberts. 
FULLER, J H, cond M & W R R, n e c Whitehall and 

Fair. 



114 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



a. W. JACK, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



cj o KT ^n» :e3 c:? T? iior^Esi^, 




DEALER IN 

I^03E1.DESXCS-33Q- IF- DEI. TJ I T ® , 

Nuts, Catsups, Raisens, Preserves, Jelley's, Cove Oys- 
ters, Sardines, Fresh Canned Fruits. 



iirni 



ii 



JT ailie V W MiW W WW SIC, 

FIREWORKS, 

CANDY m CRACKEB lillNUFIlCTOIIY, 

East side Whitehall, between Alabama and Hunter Sts., 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 



GAI— GAT 175 



a 

Gaines, M, shoe mkr, w s Race, s of Stonewall. 

Gaines, R C, s s Fair, b Frazer and McDonougli. 

Gaines, Allen W, n s Magazine, e of Fowler, 

GAMMAGE,THOS, Eng Ga R R, bds with T A Morris. 

Gannon, Jno M, Dry Goods, nee Whitehall and Hunter ; 
residence, cor Pryor and Fair. 

Gannon, Peter, n s Decatur, b Calhoun and Butler. 

GARCIA, B, Fam Gro, w s Whitehall, b Mitchell and Pe- 
ters. 

Gardner, IST E, s e c Plunter and Forsyth. 

Gardner, M M, carp, n s Nelson, w of Haynes. 

Garrnany, J S, blr mkr, n s D -catur, b Moore and Pratt. 

GARNER, T S, (see cover,) Rf-al Estate Agent, room 
No 16, Empire Block, e s Whitehall, b Hunter and 
Mitchell. 

GARNER & JOHNSON, Fam Gro, e s Whitehall, s of 
Mitchell. 

Garner, J G, carp, w of Walker, near Peters. 

GARRETT & BRO, Grocers, e s Whitehall, b Hunter 
and Mitchell. 

Garrett, Young, (G & Bro,) w s Washington, b Fulton 
and Richardson. 

Garrett, W J, (G & Bro,) e s Washington, s of Rawson. 

Garrett, Dr Wm M, Dentist, s s Mitchell, w of M & W 
RR 

GARTRELL, L J, (see p 162) Atty, w s Whitehall, b R 
R and Alabama, res n s Decatur, opp Rolling Mill. 

Garvey, Mrs Mary, n s Gilmer, b Collins and Calhoim. 

GASKILL, Rev V A, (see p 162) Atty and Real Estate 
Agt, e s Whitehall, near R R, res e s Forsyth, b Pe- 
ters and Garnett. 

Gather, Frank, shoe mkr, s w c Ivy and Harris. 

GATE CITY FOUNDRY, Car and Ma.hine Works, s s 
Marietta, opp Delay, (Henry.) 

Gatins, Jno, elk, M & W Depot, cor Calhoun and Jenkins. 

Gatins, Joseph, n s Gilmer, b Collins and Calhoun. 



1V6 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. H. JAMES, 






1 TR¥», 



mr 



T, 



Corner Whitehall and Alabama Streets, 

ATLANTA, G-EORG-IA. 

RECEIVES DEPOSITS, BUYS AND SELLS 

O-old. and Silver, IBwllion, 

GOLD DUST, LAND WARRANTS, 

Particular attention given to the purchase of old Southern Bank Notes. Re- 
fers to Atlanta National Bank. 



J. T. JENKINS & CO., 



AND DEALERS IN 

PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, CHEMICALS, 

Apparatus, Stationery, Patent Medicines, and a complete 
assortment of 

FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES, 

Comer Alabama and Pryor Streets, 

ATLANTA, - - - - GEOEGIA. 



GAU— GLE 111 



GAULDING, A A, J P, office nee Alabama and Forsyth. 

Gaven, John, bds with P H O'Neill. 

Garvey, P, National Hotel. 

Gavett, Samuel, mach, bds with Jno Kershaw. 

Gay, E H, dry goods mer, e s Peachtree, opp Luckie. 

Gay, Gustavus, dry goods mer, s s Church, b Forsyth 

and Cone. 
Gay, J O A, w 8 Martin, b Jones and Rawson. 
GENTRY, SAMUEL, yd master, M & W R R, on alley 

b M & W, and old Mon R R's, opp w end of Hunter. 
Gee, W J, bldr, n s Green, w of Haynes. 
GEORGE, JNO H, Plasterer, n s Harris, b Butler and 

Bloyd. 
GEORGIA STATE LOTTERY, (see p 162,) for benefit 

of "Masonic Orphans' Home," W W Boyd, Principal 

Manager, office in Granite Block, w s Broad, b Mari«tta 

and R R. 
GEORGIA RAILROAD FREIGHT DEPOT, cor 

Lloyd St and Ga R R, Gen G T Anderson, Agt. 
GEORGIA NATIONAL BANK, s s Alabama, b White- 
hall and Pryor, John Rice, Pres't, E L Jones, Cash. 
Gibbon, Hugh, bds with John Connally. 
Gibbon, George, s s Mitchell, b Crew and Washington. 
Giddings, W B, bds with A P McPherson. 
GILBERT, J, Phys, office and res cor Decatur and 

College. 
Gilbert, Mathew, elk, bds with John Silvey. 
Gilbert, T, watch mkr, w s Whitehall, b R R and 

Alabama. 
Gilday, Thos, elk, bds with John Connally. 
GILES, J L, with PhilUps & Flanders. 
Giles, J T, painter, n s Houston, b Collins and Calhoun. 
Gilleland, W G, carp, cor Decatur and Moore. 
Gillespie, R H C, elk, bds with John T Hall. 
Glass, Robt, elk, bds with A Gray. 
GLENN, L J, & SON, Attys, nee Whitehall and 

Hunter. 
Glenn, Luther J, (G & Son,) res cor Cooper and Rawson. 
12 



118 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



& ECHOLS. 



iiiiera! 



Whitehall Street, 



DEALERS IN 



OEOEeiA. 



Choice Family Groceries, Provisions, Grain, &c. 

Agents for the sale of Phoenix Guano. Emory's cele- 
brated Gins and Condencers. 

We also furnish all kinds of tbe latest and most im- 
proved Agricultural Implements and Machinery. 

Also tile best Cooking Stove in existence. 

SSr^ TERMS CASH. 



DEALERS IN FINE 




I'"' ■^^^#^^::^''^^^-?|i CLOCKS, &c., 

'^W^^^^^^^^ West side Whitehall, South of and near R. R. 



b ID f^t 



o » 



' Watches carefully repaired and waraiited. 



A 



GLE— GRA 179 



Glenn, John, Rec and For Agt Ga R R Depot. 
Glenn, M T, carp, bcls with Mrs N N Kidd. 
Glenn, Mrs M E, s s Fair, near Fair Ground. 
GODFREY, Rev J E, s w c Collins and Baker. 
Godfrey, C W, bk k, with Rev J E G. 
Godfrey, R J, elk at Revenue Office, bds with Rev J E G. 
Golden, H, Tr Agt S Road, w s McDaniel, e of White- 
hall. 
GOLDSMITH, W L, Atty, w s Whitehall, b Alabama 

and Hunter. 
GOLDSMITH, W T, M D, w s Whitehall, b Alabama 

and Hunter. 
GOODE, Maj HAMILTOX, Tchr, s ^Y c Marietta and 

Spring. 
Goodman & Seymore, fara gro, e s Peachtree, n of 

Walton. 
GOODMAN, Dr JOHN, n s Walton, b Bartow and 

Foundry alley. 
Goodman, S P, elk, s s Luckie, b Bartow and Foundry 

alley. 
Gordon, D L, bar k, s s Mitchell, b Whitehall andPryor. 
Gordon, Mrs E A, n 8 Ellis, b Peachtree and Ivy. 
Goudy, Mrs E A, n w c Mitchell and Mangum. 
Gouge, J, tin s, bds with W J Dickey. 
Goutdsniith, R, cab mkr, w s Pryor, b Peters and 

Mitchfll. 
Gouldsmith, Mrs R, rail and fancy goods, e s Whitehall, 

b Alabama and Hunter. 
Graff, Jacob, National Hotel. 
Graham, Wm A, printer, Int Office. 
Gramling, Geo, carp, bds with Mrs S A Lester. 
Graraling, John, elk Silvey & Dougherty's, bds with J 

Silvey. 
Gramling, Wm, elk Silvey & Dougherty's, bds with J 

Silvey. 
GRAMLING, W G, Supt Car Factory, W & A R R, 

bds at American Hotel. 



180 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

'PIOil[[E' milERY OF PHOTOGRAPHY, 

290 Wliitehall Street, near Alabama, 

ATLANTA, .... GEORGIA. 



Every style of picture warranted to please. 



S. S. KENDRICK & CO., 



DEALERS IN 



MATTINGS, RUGS AND MATS; 



AND 

fflSHillimOGDSIHUIISffiFTIiS 

IN OUR LINE, 

Mawson's Muilding^ 

Vv'hitehall St., Comer of Hunter, 

iiLiifii « « « iiiiiiia 

Orders solicited. 



GRA— GRU 181 



GRANT, Col L P, Supt A & W P R R, office s s 

Alabama, b Pryor and Lloyd, res s of City Cemetery, 

near old corp line. 
Grant, A T, elk, bds with A L Grant. 
Grant, W W, elk A <fc W P R R, bds with A L G. 
Grant, A L, cor Decatur and Collins. 
GRAY, W D, Marble Cutter, n s Fair, w of Cemetery. 
Gray, W H C, bds with Mrs M W G. 
Gray, Luke, car insp, bds with J M C Monday. 
Gray, Mrs Lucinda, with M T Casileberry. 
Gray, Mrs Martha W, u s Fair, ©pp Martin alley. 
Green, W E, n s Cain, b Ivy and Collins. 
Green, Geo, car insp, sec Foundry and Mangum. 
Green, Jesse C, cor Walker and Boothe's alley. 
Greeson, Mrs T A, s s Ga R R b Butler and Terry. 
GRENVILLE, CHAS E, Mer Miller, w s Whitehall, 

Fair. 
Gresham, T G, Mail Agt W & A R R, s s Mechanic. 
Gray, Jno D (A R Mill & Min Co,) w of R Mill. 
Gray, Wm R, with J D Gray. 
Gray, Chas W, with J D Gray. 
Grier, J L, carp, s w c West Peachtree and Mills. 
Griffin, Leroy, e s McDonough, near old corp line. 
GRIFFIN, DR E E, bds with Jno T Hall. 
GRIFFIN, J L, grocer, w s Whitehall, b Hunter and 

Mitchell. 
Griffin, J D, carp, cor Butler and Harris. 
Griggs, E W, bk m, n s Trebursey, w of Race. 
Grist, B A, printer, New Era office, n s Mechanic. 
Grizzard, T F, with Dr W H Pegg. 
GROSS & SCHRAMM, Mer Tailors, ^\ s Whitehall, b 

Alabama and Hunter. 
Gross, C G, (G & Schramm,) bds at Planter's Hotel. 
GRUBB, SAMUEL, Tax Rec, e s Frazer, s of Richardson. 
GRUBB, SAMUEL W, Foreman "Daily Intelligencer," 

bds with Samuel G. 
Griibbs, Thos J, w s Race, s of Haynes. 
Grubbs, Mrs Elizabeth, a s Marietta, b Spring and Bartow. 



182 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



tTimiTIl COMMERCIAL COLUGE 



BUSINESS AND FISUCIAl 



BANKING. COMMISSION, 

AND 

EVERY BRANCH OF BOSif^ESS, 

TAUGUT BT 

COMPETENT AND PRACTICAL BUSINESS MEN. 

BOOK-KEEPING, 

PENMANSHIP, 

ARITHMETIC, 

AND 

GRAMMAE. 
LOCATED ON ALABAMA STREET, BETWEEN PRYOR AND LOYD , 

For particulars address 

G. WALTON KNIGHT. 



GRTJ— HAM 183 



Grubbs, Wilson L, carp, w s Race, s of Haynes. 

Grubb?, Wm W, carp, w s Race, s of Haynes. 

Grubbs, B F, carp, s s Marietta, b Bartow and Foundry 

alley. 
Guess, H P, w s Peachtree, n of "Waltnu. 
GULLATT, JAMES E, Brass Founder, sec Decatur 

and Butler. 
Guliatt, Henry, mldr, w s Calhoun, b Gilmer and Jenkins. 

HAGAl^, JOHK T, Variety Stove, w s Whitehall, b 

Mitchell and Peters. 
Hayden, P, mer, n r Pryor, near Garnett. 
HALL, H H, & BRO, Tin Smiths, w s Peters, near 

M & W R R. 
HALL, J T, Painter, n s Peters, b Forsyth and Thomp- 
son. 
HALL, JOHN T, bdg h, s s Hunter, b Whitehall and 

Pryor. 
Hnll, P M, shoe mkr, s s Hunter, b Calhoun and Batler. 
HALL, J W, Fam Gro, n s Peters, b Forsyth and 

ThoniDson. 
HAMBLETON, JAS P, M D, w s Peachtree, b Harris 

and Baker. 
Hamilton, Murray, fireman W & A R R, s s Marietta, 

b Bartow and Foundry alley. 
Hammock, C C, (Langston, Crane & H,) n w c McDon- 

ough and Jones. 
HAMMOND & SON, Attys, s s Alabama, b Pryor and 

Lloyd. 
Hammond, A W, (H & Son,) bds at Planters' Hotel. 
Hammond, N J, (H & Son,) w s PeaL-htreo, b Cain and 

Harris. 
Hammond, Mrs R J, fam gro, sec Peters and Garnett. 
Hammond, W P, mer, e s Pryor, b Wheat and Houston. 
HAMMOND, GEO H, bds with N J H. 
HAMMOND, MYNATT & WELLBORN, Attys, w s 

Whitehall, b Alabama and Hunter. 



184 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

MILLINERY, MILLINERY 

^»ti»- 

MRS. KNOX 

KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A SPLENDID STOCK 

OF 



lY ce 



HA.TS, BONNETS, 

RIBBONS, FLOWERS, 

FEATHERS, TRIMMINGS, 
BREAKFAST CAPS, 

WIDOWS' CAPS, &c., &c., 

EAST SIDE WHITEHALL STREET, 

(A few doors South of Alabama street; next to G. W. Jack's 
Confectionery, up stairs.) 

ATLANTA, - - - - GEOEGIA. 

As I am constantly in receipt of Pattern Bonnets, &c., from 
New York, I can 

MAKE UP BONNETS AND HATS IN THE LATEST STYLES. 

E^* Call and examine my Goods and Prices. 
*** Old Hats and Bonnets shaped and trimmed in the Latest 
Fashions. 




HAM— HAR 185 



HAMMOND, D F, (H, Mynatt & Wellborn,) res West 

End. 
HANCOCK, JAS A, Eng M & W R R, s s Peters, b 

Forsyth and Thompson 
HANCOCK, WM S, n s Peters, b Forsyth and Thomp- 
son, 
HANCOCK, WM H, Ins Agt, n w c Whitehall and 

Alabama. 
Haney, Thos, blk s, bds with Mrs A D Rhodes. 
Haney, Henry, blk s, bds with Mrs A D Rhodes. 
HANLEITER, WM R, bk binder, Franklin House, s w 

c Irwin and Randolph. 
HAPE, Dr ALBERT, (Ford & H,) bds at Planters' 

Hotel. 
HAPE, Dr SAMUEL, (see p 164) Dental Depot, s s 

Alabama, b Whitehall and Pryor, res s s Oslin, b Col- 
lins and Calhoun. 
Haralson, A J, mer, n s Marietta, b Spring and Bartow. 
Haralson, J H, butcher, bds with A J H. 
Harbuck, John, gunsmith, s s McDaniel, b Whitehall and 

Windsor. 
Harden, Mrs Clementine, n w c Forsyth and Peters. 
Harden, M, butcher, w s Forsyth, b Luckie and Church. 
Harman, Chas, bk k, e s Pryor, b Wheat and Houston. 
HARRIS, HENRY D, Clk National Hotel. 
HARRIS, JOHN, & SONS, Gro and Com Mer, w s 

Whitehall, b Hunter and Mitchell. 
Harris, John P and Isaac P, (H, John & Sons.) 
HARRIS, THEOPHILUS, Clk, 1st Market, e s Martin, 

s of Rawson. 
Harris, W C, carp, w s Pryor, b Hunter and Mitchell. 
Harris, Wm, mach, s s Ga R R, b Terry and King. 
Harris, Mrs M L, e s Collins, b Cain and Harris. 
HARRIS, W W, Cond M & W R R, w s Calhoun, b 

Decatur and Gilmer. 
HARRIS, J O, Real Estate Agt, w s Collins, b Houston 

and Ellis. 
HARRIS, McAFFEE & CO, Rock Querry, at w end of 

Foundry. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



RALPH B. KING. JOHN L. HARDEE. J. H. KING. C. A. KING. 

KING, HARDEE & CO., 

Miissii numn, 

AND AGENTS FOR 

MILLING MATERIAL, MANDFACTDRERS' FINDINGS, 

Agficultofal Implements, Lumbef, &c,, 

GRANITE BLOCK, 3 DOORS NORTH OF R. R. BRIDGE, BROAD ST., 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 



We are also the Sole Agents for the State of Georgia of 

BMIl'S FBra Ml MM Mi Mi, 

(Patented March 27, 1866.) 

IW And will furni?li Cotton and Wool Warps, Cot- 
ton, Wool and Linen Fillings, Reeds, Heddles, Shuttles, 
Bobbins, Carpet Warps, and a general assortment of 
Weavers' Supplies. 



HAR— HEI 1 87 



Harris, J R, phys, n s Decatur, b Collins and Calhoun. 
HARRISON, Rev W P, Pastor Wesley Chapel, M E 

Church, res in parsonage, n of same. 
Harrison, John, mach, w end of Foundry. 
HARVEY & WARLICK, Tin Smiths, w s Peachtree, n 

of Walton. 
Harvill, Wm H, wagon mkr, n w c Decatur and Pratt. 
Harwell, Levi H, gro raer, n s Mechanic. 
HARWELL, J M, Tax Col, n s Mechanic. 
Haslett & Jones, gro mer, w s Whitehall, be Hunter and 

Mitchell. 
Haslett, John, (H J & G H,) s s Fair, b McDonough and 

Frazer. 
Hassell, Wm, carp, s s Peters, b Forsyth and Thompson. 
Hathaway, Mrs H C, bdg h, cor Washington and Peters. 
Haverty, Thos, gardener, n s Owens, near M & W R R. 
Haverty, Michael, bar k, n s Owens, near M & W R R. 
HAYDEN, JULIAS A, Contractor, n w c Marietta and 

Cone. 
Haygood, Mrs, G B, n w c McDonough and Fair. 
Haney, Mrs Elizabeth, bdg h, n e c Butler and Ga R R. 
Haney, Wm E, elk A & W P R R Depot, bds with Mrs 

F H 
HAYNES, WM A, Watch Mkr at Er Lashe's jewelry 

store. 
Haynes, Mrs Annette, s s Mitchell, e of Mangum. 
Hays, A C, cab mkr, n s Walton, b' Bartow and Foundry. 
Hays, I N, ptr, n s Houston, b Collins and Calhoun. 
Head, John C, e s Mangum, n of Rock^ 
HEALY, THOS G, Contractor, s w c Mangum and Race. 
Hearn, Thomas, carp, bds with Hiram Bowen. 
Hearn, Mrs P, n s Trebursey, w of Race. 
Heartsill, A L, carp, w s Spring, b Marietta and W <fc A 

RR. 
Heggie, A C, salesman with Smith & Richmond, bds at 

American Hotel. 
HEINZ & BERKELE, (see p 164) Hardware, &c., w s 

Whitehall, b R R and Alabama. 



188 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




ER LAWSHE. 

OLDEST MOUSE IN THE €ITY ! 
(Established in 1850.) 



mmii Mim, mm mm., 

CLOCKS AND SILVER PLATED WARE 



THE BEST IN THE CITY. 



THUARGEST STOCK 

Of Watch-Makers' Tools and Material ever in this Market. 

CALL AND SEE. 

WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED BY 

COMPETENT WORKMEN. 

West side Whitehall et., between Ala. and Hunter, 
ATLANTA, ------ aEORGIA 



HEI— HIL 1S9 



HEINZ, CHAS, (II & Berkele,) res on Pryor, b Hunter 

and Mitchell. 
HENDERSON, CHISOLM & CO, e s Whitehall, b 

Hunter and Mitchell. 
Henderson, J T, (H, Chisolni & Co,) bds with Mrs S H 

Coleman. 
Henderson, Jas, bk m, e s Crew, b Fulton and Crumley. 
Henderson, D, carp, n s Mitchell, w of Ilaynes. 
HENDRIX, J C, Trader, cor Luckie and Alexander. 
Hendon, Jas W, elk, s s Mitchell, w of M <fc W R R. 
HENSLER, W L, Prof Music, bds with Dr J N 

Simmons. 
HENSON, FIELDING, Gas Fitter, nee Mitchell and 

Lloyd. 
Herpv, Daniel, carp, bds with "VV J Dickey. 
HERRMANN B, & WM BOLLMAN, (see ps 140 and 

178) Jewelers, cor Whitehall and Marietta, and w s 

Whitehall, s of and near R R. 
HERNDON, JOSEPH, Carp, w s Walker, s of Stephens. 
LIERNDON, W G, bds with Joseph H. 
HERRING & LEYDEN, Dry Goods, e s Whitehall, n 

of Hunter. 
HERRING, WM (H & Leyden,) w s Peachtree, b Ellis 

and Cain. 
Herrington, H II, mach, bds with Jacob Sponsler. 
Heyes, H G, mach, n s Hunter, w of Forsyth. 
Hicks, V, fam gro, s s Mitchell, w of Haynes. 
Hicks, P, National Hotel. 
Hillburn, F A, e s Walker, s of Boothe's alley. 
Hill, John, mer, n s Line, b Pryor and Ivy. 
Hill, J R, carp, n s Decatur, b Calhoun and Butler. 
Hill, Win, emp S road, bds with Mrs E McGibbonney. 
Hill, John A, carp, W &, A R R shop. 
Hill, Isaac, carp, bds with W J Dickey. 
HILL, WM M, Auctioneer, cor Peachtree and Marietta, 

res n s Decatur, b Ivy and Collins. 
Hill, A J, elk, bds with Wra M Hill. 
HILL,=,TIIOS'W J, x\tty, bds with Wm M H. 



190 ADVERTISEMENTS. 




LANE'S GATE CITY 

PHQTOGRiPli IIIILIERY. 



I take pleasure in informing the citizens of Atlanta and 
the surrounding country, that I have now in operation a 
first class Photograph Gallery in the 



^9 
On Alabama Street, next door to Atlanta National Bank, 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

Having had several years' experience as a practical Pho- 
tographer, and being amply supplied with the best mate- 
rials, I feel confident of being able to execute all work 
entrusted to me, in the highei^t style of the art. 

Cartes de Yisite Photographs, 

for Albums, which for brilliancy and life-like appearance, 
cannot be surpassed, can be had at the Gallery at $5 per 
dozen. 

Persons wishing life-size Photographs colored in oil, or 

PHOTOGRAPH OR AMBROTYPE 

copies of old pictures of friends or deceased relatives, 
can obtain them of any desired size. 
Please call and examine specimens. 

O. R. LAE^E. 



HIL— PIOL 191 



Hill, Wm R, (Cox & H,) s e c Collins and liaker. 
HILLYER, GEORGE, (seep 172) Atty, s s Alabaraa, 

b Whitehall and Prvor, bds with R B Campbell. 
HILLYER, HENRY, Atty, with George H. 
Hilton, Aug, carp, n s Fair, b Terry and Martin. 
Hinton, M J, photo, s s Decatur, b Calhoun and Butler. 
Hirshherg, Maas & Co, w s Whitehall, b Alabama and 

Hunter. 
HitchiDS, G S, carriage mkr, s s Walton, b Forsyth and 

Cone. 
Hitching, F C, carriage mkr, with G S H. 
Hitt, Abner, bds with II W Broxton. 
Hoffman, Joseph R, bk m, bds with W J Dickey. 
Hogan, Mrs Rebecca, with Mrs Celete A Jones. 
HOGE, JAMES, Supt Gate City Foundry, res cor We^t- 

Peachtree and Hunnicutt. 
HOGE, E F, Atty, n s Decatur, b Pryor and Ivy. 
HOLBROOK, J M, (see p 166) Hat Store, w s White- 

l)all, b Alabama and Hunter, res s w c Peters and 

Washington. 
Holbrook, Jesse C, n s Rawson, b Cooper and Pryor. 
Holcnmb, Robert, watchman, S shop, s w c Fowler and 

Magazine. 
HOLCOMB, H C, elk U S Dist Court, sec McDonough 

and Hunter. 
Holland, E W, n s Marietta, b Spring and Bartow. 
Holland, Ed, at Atlanta National Bank, bds with E 

WH. 
Holland, Joseph, blk s, w s Mitchell, b Lloyd and Wash- 

inc t'n. 
Holiaiid, Mofes, bk m, s s Hunter, b Terry and King. 
Holland, L G, bk m, s s Decatur, b Moore and Bell. 
Holland, Wm C, bds with Lewis Coulter. 
Holley, Chas W, manuf ladies' shoes, e s Crew, s of 

Rawson. 
Holiiday, G H, (Tidwell & H.) 

Hollingsworth, Mrs E M, e s Ivy, b Decatur and Gilmer. 
HoUinshed, gro mer, bds with Marcus Johnson. 



192 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DEALER EST 




I® 1 Tj 



BFieai 



I, **«»*«*«^; »^««ww»^, i«»»KMfl^; 
HOUSE-FUENISniNG HAEDWARE, &0. 
Cor. Whitehall and Alabama Sts.. 

ATLANTA, aEORQIA. 



IIOL— HUL 193 



Holmes, H J, n s Rock, w of Mangum. 

Holmes, R T, bds with R C Gaines. 

Holme.s, John D, printer, "Ladies Home" office. 

Holmes, Miss Fannie, tehr, bds with Mrs Mary Bruckner. 

HOLROYD, Miss SARAH, Mil and Fancy Goods, s s 

Alabama, b Whitehall and Pryor. 
Holtzclaw, H J, policeman. 

Honecker, Chaistian, n w c Mangum and Rhodes. 
HOPKINS, J L, Atty, n s Decatur, e of Peachtree, res 

8 s Wheat, b Ivy and Collins. 
Hope, L H, com mer, n s Cain, e of Bloyd. 
HORN AD Y, Rev H C, Pastor, 1st Baptist Church, res 

w s Forsyth, b Walton and Luckie. 
Ilorton, W C, painter, e s Frazer, b Jones and Rawson. 
Horton, Marion, bk m, s of Delay, w of Mangum. 
House, Francis C, n s Peters, b Whitehall and Forsyth. 
HOUSTON STREET FEMALE HIGH SCOOL, by 

Misses Carn and Clayton, n s Houston, b Ivy and Col- 
lins. 
Howard, A G, salesman, with Smith & Richmond, bds 

at Planters' Hotel. 
HOWARD, R A, n s Decatur, b Collins and Calhoun. 
Howard, W H, Jr, bds at Planters' Hotel. 
HOWELL, A, Druggist, bds at American Hotel. 
HOYT, H O, Dealer in Lumber, n s Line, b Pryor and 

Ivy. 
HOYT, S B, City Atty, (Collier & H,) w s Whitehall, b 

Alabama and Hunter. 
HUBBARD, WM L, Dept Sheriff, w s Calhoun, b 

Decatur and Gilmer. 
PIUDSON, W J, bk k, PhoBnix Planing Mill, res s w c 

Decatur and Calhoun. 
HUGE, PETER, Trader, s s Mechanic. 
HUGHENS, JOHN H, Cond A&WPRR, ns 

Decatur, b Moore and Bell. 
•Hughes, Ed, mer, bds at American Hotel. 
HULBERT, E, Supt So Ex Co, office s s Alabama, b 

Pryor and Lloyd. 
13 



194 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 



CoustaiUly for Sale, at Wholesale and Retail, 
A LARGE A^^D WELL SELECTED STOClv OF 



ALSO, 

^ SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS 
PAPER, AND STATIONERY, 

OF ALL KINDS. 

m;. lynopi & CO., 

West side Whitehall, near 11. K. Crossing. 
A.tlaxitu, Gr-eoi'tjia. 




T. L. LANGSTON, BEN. E. CEANE. C. C. HAMMOCK. 

mmm, cmi & hammock, 

eiMlMSSMl MIMHAITS 

AND 

Wholesale Dealers in Groceries and Produce, 

ALABAMA STREET, EAST OF WHITEHALL, 

u^Tij-A.isra?..A., - - - c3-bo:f^c3-i_a.. 



HUL-IVY iw 



Hulsey, A J, Asst Surv Ga Air Line K R, bds at Bell 

Mansion. 
HULSEY, WM II, (see p 1G8) Atty, w s Broad, h 

Marietta and R R. 
Humphrey, Dr Wm C, w s Frazer, b Rawsou andFultou. 
HUNNICUTT & BELLIXGRATH, (see p 170) Ga» 

Fitters, s w c Alabama and Lloyd. 
HUNXICUTT, C W, (H & Bellingrath,) n w c West 

Peachtree and Ilunnicutt. 
IIUNNICUTT, E T, Gro Mer, h w c Forsyth and 

McLin. 
HLTNNICUTT, J M, Clk, Scott and Freeman's, w s 

Forsyth, at junction with Whitehall. 
Hunt, F S, agt Vul Iron Works, bds at American 

Hotel. 
Hunt, William, tchr, cor jSIitchell and Washington, bda 

with Mrs G B Douglass. 
Hunt, W R, arch, bds at American Hotel. 
Hunt, James, carp, n s Stonewall, w of liace. 
Husketh, James, carj), bds with W H Freeman. 
Husketh, Liike, eng, M & W R R, bds with J J Adcock, 
Hutching, B J, n w c Collins and Gilmer. 
Hutchins, Reuben, s s Decatur, b Calhoun and I3utler. 
Hutson, Wm M, n s Rock, e of Fowler. 

I 

Ikerd, H M, carp S shop, bds with Mrs E McGibboney. 

Ingles, W C, contractor, s s Houston, b Ivy and Pryor. 

Tngraham, W W, carp, s s Fair, b Frazer and Terry. 

INNMAN, S W, Trader, w s Forsyth, b Mitchell and 
Peters. 

Irvine, Mrs Carrie, e s Forsyth, b Peters and Garnett. 

IVINS, SAMUEL P, Assistant Editor " Atlanta Intelli- 
gencer." 

Ivy, Henry P, blk s, n e c Pryor and Wheat. 

Ivy, S, mldr, n s Wheat, b Pryor and Ivy. 

Ivy, Michael, atty, bds with J G Trammel. 



19^ ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JOHN H. LOVEJOY, 



WHOLESALE 



DEALER IN 



roR[iGii AND umm liquors, 



SEGAES, &c., &c.. 



Granite-Front, Peachtree St., Opposite Walton, 



ATLANTA, GA. 



"*'' •■ -'■ • ' ■■■ '"•'■'•■- ■ - ■ ' "'"•' ' '' "— - 



JAC— JOH M 



JACK, G W, (see p 174) Confectioner, e s Whitehall, b 

Alabama and Hunter, res w s Whitehall, near junction 

of Forsyth. 
Jack, F M, conf, bds with G W J. 
Jack, W F, conf, bds with Mrs A J Simms. 
JACKSON, C D, n 8 Line, b Pryor and Ivy. 
JACKSON, WILLIAM, bk ra, n s of Race, w of 

Ilaynes. 
Jackson, Henry, atty, s s Alabama, b Whitehall and 

Pryor, bds at American Hotel. 
Jackson, Thos C, Pryor, s of Rawson. 

Jacobs, Dr , w s Whitehall, near old corp line. 

JAMES, JOHN H, (see p 176) Banker, n e o Whitehall 

and Alabama, res cor Peachtree and Church. 
Janes, John, blk s, bds with James Mann. 
Janes, W M, A M, Atlanta High School. 
Jarred, Andrew, carp, bds with W C Anderson. 
JEFFRIESS, J S, bldr, e s Collins, n of Currier. 
JENKINS, J T & CO, (see p 176) Druggists, s w c 

Alabama and Pryor. 
Jenks, Ambrose, shoe mkr, s s Gilmer, b Ivy and Collins. 
JENNINGS ifc CRANE, Ins Agts, cor Alabama and 

Whitehall. 
JENNINGS, WILLIAM, Ins Agt, cor Alabama and 

Whitehall, res s s Fair, b Martin and Connally. 
Jett, J Farmer, at w end of Magazine, near new corp 

line. 
Johns, Geo W, plas, b Fair and Jones, opp Fair Ground. 
JOHNSON, SNOW & CO, s s Marietta, b Whitehall 

and Broad. 
Johnson, Mrs M J, s s Hunter, b Whitehall and Pryor. 
JOHNSON, Mrs ELIZA, bdg h, e a Forsyth, b 

Mitchell and Peters. 
JOHNSON & ECHOLS, (see p 178) Gro and Com Mer, 

w s Whitehall, b Hunter and Mitchell. 
JOHNSON, GEORGE, (see p 196) Saloon, &c., base- 

ment of P O building, cor Alabama and Broad. 



198 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



H. MARSHALL. 




J^'JJUj.A.JSr'JJj^, O-EOP^OI-A., 



Office, Corner Whitehall and Hunter Streets, Rawsou's Buikliiig. 
Office Hours from 9 o'clock, A. M., until 4 o'clock, P. M. 



Dn. jMarshall having been more than twenty years constantly 
engaged in the Dental Profession before the late war, feels con- 
fident that he will be able to give entire satisfaction to all his 
jjatrons. 

Every thing pertaining to the Profession attended to with neat- 
ness and dispatch. 

Teeth extracted Free of Charge for Widows and Orphans who 
are unable to pay. 

Special attention given to the management of Children's 
Teeth, correcting irregularities and arresting decay. 



Dr. Marshall has the pleasure of referrins 
citizens of Atlanta : 



to the following 



Rev. Dr. Brantly, 

Rev. Dr. Hornady, 

Rev. Lewis Lawshe, 

Rev. A. G. Haygood, 

E. E. Rawson, 

Chamberlain, Cole & Bnynton, 

Wm. Herring, Esq., 

McNaught & Ormond, 

Col. H. C. Barrow, 

W. B. Lowe & Co., 

S. A. Durand, Esq.. 

Er Lawshe, Esq., 



.John G. Westmoreland, ]\r. D 
.L M. Johnson, M. D., 
Thos. S. Powell, M. D., 
.1. F. Alexander, M. D., 
Henry S. Orme, M. D., 
Drs. Redwine & Fox, 
Gen. A. Austell, 
Col. Robert Baugh, 
John J. Thrasher, 
Judge Perino Brown, 
Thos. G. Simms, P. M., 
Maj. J. R, Barrick. 



JOH— JON 199 



Johnson, W C, elk Ga R R Depot, bds with J M C 

Monday. 
Johnson, W W elk at Phillips & Flanders', bds with 

W R Phillips. 
Johnson, Mareus, com mer, e' s Frazer, s of Richardson. 
JOHNSON, J M, M D, n e c Whitehall and Hunter, res 

nee Cooper and Rawson. 
Johnson, J C P, emp Ga R R, bds with J M C Monday. 
JOHNSON, Rev RICHARD, s s Fair, s w of City 

Cemetry. 
Johnson, J W, e s Butler, b Hunter and Fair. 
Johnson, R J, carp, w s Whitehall, near old corp line. 
Johnson, J L, bds Mr withs M J J. 
Johnson, Wni B, bds with M J .J. 
Johnston, F M, (McNaught, Orraond tfc Co,) res e s 

Washington, s of Fulton. 
Joiner, H, niach, bds with Mrs L A King. 
Jones, W A, elk, bds with A P Bell. 
Jones, Mrs C, n s Rock, b Fowler and Mangum. 
Jones, Joseph H, carp, w s AV & A R R, n of Rock. 
Jones, John T, carp, w s Martin, b Jones and Rawson. 
Jones, W R, A M, Atlanta High School. 
Jones, J H, n s Mitchell, b Forsyth and Thompson. 
Jones, O H, keeps livery stable, res s w c Hunter and 

Lloyd. 
JONES, E L, Cashier Ga National Bank. 
Jones, Edward H, bk k, Ga N Bank. 
Jones, D G, Teller, Ga N Bank. 
Jones, William, bk m, s w c Collins and Wheat. 
Jones, W R, printer, " Int Office," sec Peters and 

Thompson. 
•Tones, Joseph, cooper, n s Ellis, b Ivy and Collins. 
Jones, S H, carp, e s Crew, s of Ftilton. 
JONES, THOS M, Trans Agt, W & A R R, e s CreW, 

s of Rawson. 
Jones, W L, elk, bds with D II Day. 
Jones, Mrs Celeto A, s s Boothe's allev, b Peters and 

Walker. 



200 ADVERTISEMENTS. 




McCAMY&CO., 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



DEALERS IN 



DRUGS, MEDICINES, FAINTS, 

Oils, Dye-Stuffs, Glass, Putty, &c., 

East side WMteliall, between Ala. and Hunter, 



Country orders filled Promptly and at Lowest Prices. 

PRESCIPTIONS CAREFULLY PREPARED DAY AND NIGHT. 

R. H. McCROSKY, 

WHOLESALE AND KETAIL 

Orocer and Commission Merchant, 

AND DEALER IN 

COUNTRY PRODUCE 

And Family Groceries of Every Variety, 

S. E. Corner Whitehall and Mitchell Streets, 



JON— KEN 201 



Jones, William, bds at Thos McFarland's. 

Jordan, Wm, e s Race, s ol Stonewall. 

Jordan, J B, carp, s s Hunter, b Calhoun and Butler. 

Jordan, John, elk, bds with Mrs Mary Bruckner. 

Jordan, A, mer, bds at Planters' Hotel. 

Jourdan, R T, with Dr AV F Westmoreland. 

JUDSON, D N, Dealer in Marble, res s s Walton, b 

Forsyth and Cone. 
Judson, W N, med student, bds with D N J. 

K 

KANE, B, Fani Gro, s s Marietta, b Spring and Bartow. 
KEAN, WM R, (Wade & K,) s w c Collins and Ellis. 
Keely, John,gClk, l)ds at Planters' Hotel. 
KEHOE, Mrs E S, Mil and Fancy Goods, n s Walton, 

b Forsyth and Cone. 
KEHOE, J, n s Walton, b Forsyth and Cone. 
KEITH, J L, bk k, s e c Calhoun and Houston. 
KELLY, JAMES G, Carp, Ga R R shop, n w c Hunter 
^':a.nd Terry.' 

Kelly, Mrs Johanna, n s Fair, b Terry and Martin. 
Kelly, James P, carp, bds with Geo T Ogletree. 
KELSEY, J, Mach, Ga R R shop, e s Crew, s of Raw- 

son. 
Keltner, G W, carp, s s Jones, b Martin and Connally. 
Keltner, Wm, shoe mkr, s w c Whitehall and Mitchell, 

res s w c Haynes and Race. 
Keltner, Thos W, bds with Wm K. 
KELTNER, DANIEL E, Carp State shop, n w c Peters 

and Thompson. 
KENDRICK, S S & CO, (see p 180) Carpts, &c, s e c 

Whitehall and Hunter. 
KENDRICK, S S, (K, S S & Co,) n s Irwin, e of 

Houston. 
KENNEDY, Miss MARY, Milliner, n s Whitehall, b 

Alabama and Hunter. 
Kennedy, W A, boot mkr, cor Decatur and Bell. 
Kennedy, A, (A R Mill and Min Co,) s s W & A R R, 

opp Rolling Mill. 



202 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



riR[-PROOF COTTON WiR[IIOUSE, 

Corner Pryor and Hunter Streets, near the American and Planters' Hotels, 

ATLANTA, G-EOKaiA 
IN SIGHT OF THE PASSENGER DEPOT. 



McDAOTEL, STRONG & CO., 

DEALERS IN COTTON 



AND 



Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants, 



Our Warehouse, just completed, is of the largest capacity, built 
in the most substantial manner, conveniently situated, and, both 
from its material and surroundings, almost 

COMPLETELY FJRE-PROOF. 

All consignments of Cotton, Flour, Grain, Provisions of all 
kinds, as ■well as general merchandise, shall receive our best atten- 
tion. 

i^" Highest market price at all times paid for Cotton. 



KEN— KIN 203 



Kennedy, Henry, fireman, W & A R R, s s Fair, b 
Frazer and Terry. 

Kennedy, John, carp, bds with H Kennedy. 

Kennedy, Simon, cor Lloyd and Fair. 

Kennedy, Hugh, gardener, b Rhodes and Magazine, w of 
Haynes. 

Kennedy, J W, n s Mitchell, b Lloyd and Washington. 

KENNEDY, J E, bldr, n s Stephens, w of Walker. 

Kennedy, Mrs Edward, e s McDonough, s of Rawson. 

KENNEY, M E, at Chicago Ale House, s s Alabama, 
b Whitehall and Pryor. 

KEARLY, JOHN, cab mkr. State shop, n s Rhodes, near 
RR. 

Kerby, Tim, elk, bds with Wm Downing. 

Kerlin, John R, emp W & A R R, with J W Rich- 
ardson. 

Kernodle, Mrs V, s s Ga R R, b Butler and Terry. 

Kernodle, G M, cond, A & W P R R, bds with Mrs V K. 

Kershaw, John, raach, s s Hunter, b Calhoun and Butler. 

Kershaw, John, Jr, bds with John K, 

Ketcham, Wm, (Shackelford & K,) nee Pryor and 
Line. 

KETCHAM, Rev R C, s s Hunter, b Calhoun and But- 
ler. 

Kicklighter, Mrs Mary A, s s Stephens, b Walker and 
Race. 

KIDD, Mrs N N, bdg h, e s Pryor, s of Hunter. 

KILBY, W J, Tailor, sec Hunter and Broad. 

Kile, James, at junction ef Peters and Walker. 

KILE, WM, w of Peters, near old corp line. 

KILE, THOS, Mer, sec Pryor and Houston. 

Kile, Mrs C L, s e c Hunter and Pryor. 

Kiley, John, miller, bds with C E Grenville. 

Killen, Charles, elk, bds with Wm Solomon. 

KING, Rev H K, manuf brick, n s Mechanic. 

King, J C, carp, w s Walker, s of Boothe's alley. 

KING, Mrs L A, bdg h, n w c Marietta and Forsyth. 

King, James, on State road, bds with Mrs E McGibboney. 



204 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. T. ME^UJOE. N. J. ilEADOE. J. J, MEADOE. 

MEADOPt BPiOTHEPiS, 
COMMMION ]II£R€UA\TS, 

TOBA.CCO FA.CTORS, 

^labaiTia Street, 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 



Consignments of every Product an 1 Manufacture so- 
licited. 



ji| H II r ri Pii 



2^'" Prompt returns made in all cases. 



KIN— LAM 205 



KIXG, J L tfc SOX, Com Mer, e s Peachiree, n of 

Walton. 
KincT, J L, (K, J L & Son) w s East-Peachtree, b Baker 

and Oslin. 
KIXG, HAPtDEE & CO, (see p 186) Com Mer, w s 

Broad, n of R R. 
King, Ralph B, J H, and C A, (K, Hardee & Co.) 
Kingsey, Harry, mach. State shop, bds with Mrs A D 

Rhodes. 
Kirkpatrick, "W X, mer, e s Washington, b Jones and 

Rawson. 
KIRKSEY, G W, Ent?, Ga R R, n s Fair, e of Terry. 
Kirksey, Elisha, n s Ellis, b Ivy and Collins. 
Klassett, Andrew, boot mkr, s s Xelson, near Walker. 
KXIGHT, G WALTOX, (see p 182) Com College, s 

s Alabama, b Pryor and Lloyd. 
Knight, Mrs Aaron B, e s Terry, b Hunter and Fair. 
KXOX, WM G, Pressman, awe Washington and 

Ra\\ son. 
KXOX, MRS WM G, (see 184) Mil and Fancy Goods, e 

s Whitehall, s of Alabama, np stairs. 
KOXTZ, CHRISTIAX, s s Marietta, b Forsyth and 

Sj)ring. 
Kontz, Henry, n s Mitchell, e of Mangum. 
Krogg, Fred, carp, n s Decatur, b Randolph and Gartrell. 
Krous, Harry, bds with Willis Peck. 
Krenson, Henry, eng W & A R R, n s Mechanic. 
KUHX, F, (see p 180) Photo Gallery, e s Whitehall, b 

Alabama and Hunter. 
KUHRT, HEXRY G, (Beerraann & K,) s s Fair, b 

Cooper and Pryor. 

Lacky, T F, lam gro, s s Marietta, near Gate City Foun- 
dry. 

LADD, A C, fsee p 210) Dealer in Lightning Rods, w s 
Whitehall, b R R and Alabama. 

LAMB, B T, elk at John Ryan's. 



JOG 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MORGAN & CO. 

DEALERS IN 

3F" "O" 3E1. 2S3F 3E *=3P iar3El=:]E5. 




Parlor Sets, Bedsteads, Mattrasses, Bureaus, Ward- 
robes, AVash-Stands, Tables, Safes, Lounges, Chairs, Gilt 
Frames, Pictures, Shades, Looking-Glass Plate, &c., &c., 

WHITEHALL STREET, 

ATLANTA, ... - GEORGIA. 

A. E. MORGAN. 
W. H. MORGAK. 



OPERA HOUSE 



Also, a fine Barber Shop, in the Basement of 

POST OFHCE BUILDING, 

Comer Alabama and Broad Streets, 
ATLANTA, ------ QEORGIA 

GEO. JOHNSON, Proprietor. 



LAM— LAT 207 



Lamb, Merideth, carp, s s Rawson, b McDonough and 
Frazer. 

Lambert, Joseph, and Alfonzo, gardeners and nursery- 
men, res n of Delay, w of Haynes. 

LANDRUM & BRO, Gro, e s Whitehall, s of Alabama. 

Landrum, L L, and W F, (Landrura & Bro.) 

Landrum, John, elk, bds with A Gay. 

LANDSBERG & HARRIS, Proprietors Phoenix Plan- 
ing Mill, sec Butler and Gilmer. 

LANDSBERG, , (L & Harris,) bds at Bell Mansion. 

Lane, R C, mail agt, bds at Bellevue House. 

LANE, O R, (see p 190) Photo Gallery, s s Alabama, 1) 
Whitehall and Pryor, bds at Planters' Hotel. 

Lang, Jei:>tha A, w s Martin, b Jones and Rawson. 

Lang, E, w s Forsyth, s of Garnett. 

Langford, W Y, s s Ga R R, b Terry and Kin g. 

LANGFORD, SEAY & McCRATH, s s Hunter, e of 
Whitehall. 

Langford, L B, (L, Seay & McCrath,) w s Collins, b Cain 
and Harris, 

LANGSTON, CRANE & HAMMOCK, (seep 194) Gro 
and Com Mer, e s Whitehall, b Hunter and Mitchell. 

Langston, T L, (L, Crane & Hammock.) 

Langston, James, carp, w s East-Peachtree, b Oslin and 
Currier. 

Langston, Elijah W, carp, bds with James L. 

Langston, D IB, bds with O H Jones. 

Langston, W J, eng w s East-Peachtree, b Oslin and 
Currier. 

LANIER, WILLIS P, w s Thompson, b Mitchell and 
Peters. 

Lanier, Lewis R, carp, cor M & W R R and Bartlett's 
alley. 

LANIER, JAMES A, policeman, with W P Lanier. 

LARENDON BROTHERS, Grocers, w s Whitehall, n 
of R R. 

Larendon, G, n s Hunter, b Terry and King. 

Lattimer, Maj Charles, s w c Washington and Fair. 



208 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 





CO!lE ONE, COME ALL, 

TO THE SIGN OF 

E. W. MUNDAY, 

(No. 4, West side Peachtp.ee, near Marietta,) 

MARIETTA STREET, 
ATLANTA, - - - - ' GEOEGIA, 

Wliere you will find 

THE CHEAPEST GOODS IN THE CITY; 

LADIES' DRESS GOODS AlTD TRIMMINGS, 
GENTS' GOODS, 

CLOTHBS^G, HATS, BOOTS Af^O SHOES. 
GIVE ME A CALL. 

E. W. MUNDAY. 



LAT— LIN 209 



Lattimer, H B, n s Marietta, near junction of Walton. 

LAWSHE, ER, (see p 188) Jeweler, w s Whitehall, b 
Alabama and Hunter, res w s Peachtree, b Ellis and 
Cain. 

LAWSHE, Rev LEWIS, at w end of Stephens, near 
new corp line. 

LAWSHE, WM, bds with J G Trammel. 

Lazenby, A, mer, s s Marietta, b Forsyth and Spring. 

Leak, G G, elk, bds at American Hotel. 

LEAK, HENRY F, elk, Talley, Brown & Go's, res cor 
Walker and Stonewall. 

Lee, Wm, elk, bds with A Gay. 

Lee, Thomas, M D, bds with Mrs G B Douglas. 

LEE, SAUNDERS W., e s Rawson, b Cooper and Wind- 
sor. 

Lee, Joel F, n s Rock, near Mangum. 

Lee, J F, blk s, e s McDonough, b Jones and Rawson. 

Lee, S W, Jr, bds with S W Lee, Sr. 

Leitner & Fricker, jewelers, e s Whitehall, b Alabama 
and Hunter. 

LEMMON, JOHN, s s Marietta, b Bartow and Foundry 
alley. 

Lester, Mrs N H, s s Owens, near Forsyth. 

Lester, Sylvester, printer, Int Office, with Mrs NHL. 

LESTER, Mrs S A, s e e Spring and Luckie. 

Lester, Miss M A, dress mkr, bds with Mrs SAL. 

Letson, G H, cond, S Road, n s Fair, e of King. 

Levy, Wm, bds at Bellevue House. 

Lewis, E W, carp, bds with R W Smith. 

LEYDEN, A, (Herring & L) w s Peachtree, b ElHs and 
Cain. 

LEIBERMxVN & BROTHER, Dry Goods, e s White- 
hall, b Alabama and Hunter. 

Lieberman, , (L & Bro,) w s Washington, b Hunter 

and Mitchell. 

Light, Baily, bk m, on Green, w of Haynes. 

Lin, Mrs Amanda, s s Decatur, e of Bell. 

Lin, C B, elk, bds with Mrs Amanda L. 
14 



210 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A. C. LADD, 

WEST SIDE WHITEHALL ST., SOUTH OF AND NEAR R. R. CROSSING, 

Will give his personal attention to the erection of 

Copper and Iron Lightning Rods. 



Having had an experience of ten years in the business, 
he i'eeis confident of being able to give entire satisfaction. 



R. J. MASSEY, M. D. T. J. SWANSON. M. B. SW ANSON. 

MASSEY, SWANSON & CO., 

DEALERS IN 

DRUGS, MEDICINES, 

CHEMICALS, OILS, 

PATENT MEDICINES, 

WINDOW GLASS, &c. 



M H » K H » 

Machine, Tanners' and Linseed Oils, in quantities, always on hand. 



LIN— LYN 211 



Lindsay, Frank, bk m, s w c Hunter and King. 

■ Lipes, M, carp, bds with W H Barry. 

Little, James, painter, s s Marietta, b Bartow and Foun- 
dry alley. 

Lichtenstadt, Morlets, mach, s s Garnett, b Forsyth and 
Thompson. 

LIVINGST0:N", J H, Expressman, n s Stonewall, w of 
Race, 

Loftis, J P, butcher, n s Wheat, b Ivy and Pry or. 

Logan, J L, trader, s w c Foundry and Temple Vale. 

LoDgley, B F, carp, bds with T A Mqrris. 

Longley, Hugh, emp State Road, bds with Mrs E McGib- 
boney. 

Lother, Wm P, stone ra, s e c Calhoun and Gilmer. 

LOUGHMILLER, W C, Bakery, s s Marietta, b 
Forsyth and Spring. 

Love, D G, carp, w s Martin, b Jones and Rawson. 

LOVE, S B, Clk City Council, e s Crew, b Fair and 
Jones. 

LOVEJGY, JOHN H, (see p 196) Wholesale Liquor 
Dealer, &c., e s Peachtree, opp Walton, res n e c 
Peachtree and Harris. 

Lovejoy, Burton, with John H L. 

LOWE, T B,& CO, Fam Gro, s s Mitchall, w of White- 
hall, 

LOWE, Col THOS F, Com Mer, bds with A W Brown. 

Lowery, R J & Co, com mer, s s Alabama, b Pryor and 
Lloyd. 

Lowery, R J, (L, R J «& Co,) bds with Wm Markham. 

Lowery, W M, com broker, nee Peachtree and Baker. 

Llovd, .J II, e 8 McDonough, b Fair and Jones. 

LLOYD, J W, s s Ga R R, e of King. 

Lloyd, J M, elk, bds at Planters' Hotel. 

LUCKIE, W D, bk k, bds with O H Jones. 

Lumpkin, Jesse, biff, e s Peters, w of M & W R R. 

Lyle, C B, and D R, s s Marietta, b Whitehall and 
Broad. 

LYNCH, M & CO, (see p 194) Booksellers, w b White- 
hall, b Alabama and R R. 



212 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Corner Whitehall st. and W. & A. E. R., 

ATLAISTTA, G-EOKGIA. 

PONfi & COREY, Proprietors. 



A Kewly Erected, Commodious, First Class Hotel, Ele- 
gantly Furnished throughout. 



Fine Billiafd Paflor witli Ptielan Tables, 



J. S. OLIVEK. B, C. WADDAIL. 

OLIVER & WADDAIL, 

IREHOUSEIiiCOMMISSlOllRCilANTS, 

Corner Forsyth and Alabama Streets, 

ATLAI^TA, GEOEGIA. 



8^" Prompt and personal attention will be given to all business entrusted to 
tliem, and consignments are respectlully solicited. Quick sales and prompt re- 
turns are promised. Refer to Maj. J. H. Bard, Dalton, Ga. 



LYN— McC 213 



LYNCH, M, (L, M & Co,) nee Decatur and Calhoun. 
LYNCH, PETER, Fam Gro, w s Whitehall, near 

Mitchell, res w s Mangnm, near Markham. 
LYNCH, JAMES, Gro Mer, n s Decatur, b Pryor and 

Ivy, res on Gilmer, b Ivy and Collins. 
LYNCH, JEREMIAH, Tailor, n s Decatur, b Pryor 

and Ivy. 
LYNCH, OWEN, Clk, W & A R R Depot, s w c 

Hunter and Butler. 
Lynch, Wm S, enjr W & A R R, bds with J J Adcock. 
LYNCH, DANIEL, Bar k, bds at Planters' Hotel. 
Lynch, Patrick, Sen, with James L. 
LYNCH, PAT, Jr, Stone m, e s Peachtree, b Harris and 

Baker. 
Lyon, Mrs Henrietta, s s Mitchell, b Whitehall and 

Forsyth. 
Lyons, Mrs Mary, s s Ga R R, b Butler and Terry. 
Lyons, J L, carp, e s Frazer, s of Henry alley. 

m: 

McAflee, Georo^e, carp, bds with D H Teat. 
McAflee, W W, s s Hunnicutt, w of Hayden. 
McAllister, A J, bds with Mrs M L Harris. 
McAllister, James, elk, bds at Covington House. 
McARTHUR, THOS W, oor Peters and Pryor. 
McBride, Dorsett & Co, crockery, n w c Whitehall and 

Hunter. 
McBride, A J, (McB, Dorsett & Co,) bds with Mrs S H 

Coleman. 
McCallister, John H, elk, bds with Mrs S H Coleman. 
McCAMY & CO, (see p 200) Druggists, e s Whitehall, b 

Alabama and Hunter. 
McCamy, C R, (McC & Co,) s s Wheat, b Pryor and 

Ivy. 
McClellan, Archie, National Hotel. 
McClelland, Joseph, e s Butler, b Hunter and Fair. 
McCoin, A W, dairyman, w s Peters, s of old corp line. 
McCONNELL, WM, Bldr, n s Alexander, e of Steam 

Tannery. 



214 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



P. P. PEASE & CO., 
WHOLESALE GROCERS, 

PEODUCE DEALERS 





AlTD DEALERS IN 



YAMS, DOMESTICS, ROPE, BAGGING, GRAIN AND FEEIILIZERS, 



No. 17, Alabama Street, 



ATLANTA, 



GEORGIA. 



ALSO, AGENTS POK 



f Iin FlSHIIf SMMM W. 



McC— McD 215 



McCOOL, JAS A, cond W & A R R, bds at American 

Hotel. 
McCOWN", E P, Painter, State shop, s s Foundry, w of 

Fowler. 
McCown, Wm C, printer, at Franklin House, ws Frazer, 

8 of Rawson. 
McCOWN, ROBT, Cab Mkr, n w c Peters and Boothe's 

alley. 
McCown, R W, cab mkr, n w c Luckie and Simpson. 
McCoy, Hugh M, n e c Rock and Fowler. 
McCoy, John, tailor, bds at Bellevue House. 
McCrath, J W, (Langford, Seay & McC,) n s Hunter, e 

of King. 
McCrosky, R H, (see p 200) Grocer, sec Whitehall and 

Mitchell, res s s Mitchell, w of Whitehall. 
McDade, Mrs Rebecca, e s Calhoun, b Wheat and Hous- 
ton. 
McDade, Robt, fireman Ga R R, bds with Mrs R McD. 
McDade, David, fireman W & A R R, bds with Mrs R 

McD. 
McDade, Windsor C, eng, bds with A H McWaters. 
McDANIEL, STRONG & CO, (see p 202) Cotton and 

Com Mer, n w c Hunter and Pryor. 
McDANIEL, P E, (McD, Strong & Co,) e s Pryor, b 

Peters and Mitchell. 
McDaniel, James, blk smith, bds at Mechanic House. 
McDANIEL, IRA O, Com Mer, w s Whitehall, b 

Mitchell and Peters, res n s Richardson, b Whitehall 

and Windsor. 
McDANIEL, J C, Tchr, Peters Street Male and Female 

School. 
McDANIEL, Miss VESTA, Tchr, Primary Dept, Peters 

Street Male and Female School. 
McDaniel, Jas, carp, e s McDonough, s of old corp line. 
McDANIEL, W J, Tchr, w s Crew, b Fair aud Jones, 

bds with A B Forsyth. 
McDonald, O V, carp, w s Forsyth, s of Garnett. 
McDonald, A H, carp, s s Delay, w of R R. 



216 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

W. P. PATTILLO, 

eiiiMffluiMiiiraiTiiimifflT. 

REPRESENTS FIRST CLASS COMPANIES ONLY. 

TERMS MODERATE. 

OTFICE WITH TOMMEY & STEWART, WHITEHALL STREET, 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

PAIGE, FLEISHEL & CO., 

WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS Iff 

FANCY AND STAPLE 



CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND 
CAPS, NOTIONS, &c., 

Whitehall Street, between Alabama and Hunter, 



McD— McW 217 



McDougal, Wm J, painter, w s Calhoun, b Gilmer and 
Wheat. 

McDuiFee, Mrs Sarah, cor Haynes and Rock. 

McElroy, John A, bk k, with Smith & Richmond. 

McFARLAND, THOS, Eng, Ga R R, n e c Mitchell and 
Lloyd. 

McGIBBONEY, Mes ELIZABETH, n w c Forsyth and 
Hunter. 

McGeacher, David, bds with Mrs E McGibboney. 

McGinnis, Wm, w s Calhoun, b Wheat and Houston. 

McGinuis, G A, bds with Wm McG. 

McGinty, B F, with Means & Roberts. 

McGinty, Manassah, bk m, s s Marietta, b Bartow and 
Foundry alley. 

McGriff, J, 8 s Marietta, opp Rock. 

McGuire, G M, b Marietta and Luckie, near Simpson. 

McHAN", THOS G, Eng, n s Fair, opp Martin. 

McKeel, James, mldr, s s Delay, w of W & A R R, 

McLE AN, J, Tailor, sec McDonough and Fair. 

McLendon, J, carp, cor Decatur and Pratt. 

McLendon, Nicholas E, mer, w s Washington, b Jones 
and Fair. 

McLin, James G, Janitor Med Col, res s w c Ivy and 
Cain 

McManus, John, n w c Luckie and Foundry alley. 

McMillian, Oscar F, e s Collins, b Gilmer and Wheat. 

McNAB, D A, Eng, Phcenix Planing Mill, res e s Cal- 
houn, b Wheat and Houston. 

McN AUGHT, ORMOND & CO, Hardware, e s White- 
hall, b Hunter and Mitchell. 

McNaught, Wm, (McN, Ormond & Co,) bds with W W 
Wallace. 

McPherson, Nathaniel, butcher, e of Mangum, b Green 
and Rhodes. 

McPherson, A P, boot and shoe mkr, n s Decatur, b 
Ivy and ColUns. 

McVay, John, carp, S shop, s of Delay, w of Mangum. 

McWaters, Alex H, carp, e s Butler, b Hunter and Ga 
RR. 



218 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

PHILLIPS & FLANDERS, 

COMMISSION MERCHAJVTS, 

WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS IK 

Dry Goods, Factory Yarns, Produce and Provisions. 
ALSO, BUY AND SELL COTTON, 

East side Whitehall St., north of Mitchell, 

ATLANTA, - - - - GEOEGIA, 

PLANTERS^ HOTEL, 

Opposite tlie General Passenger Depot, 

CORNER ALABAMA AND PRYOR STREETS. 



WM. O'HALLORAlSr, Proprietor. 



MAB— MAR 219 



Mabry, Milus J, bar k, s 8 Ga R R, b Terry and Kin^. 
MACON & WESTERN RAILROAD FREIGHT 

DEPOT, n e c M & W R R and Mitchell street, R A 

Anderson, Agent. 
MADDOX, Col ROBT F, Produce Broker, bds with E 

R Sasseen. 
Maffitt, Mrs Carrie, e s Ivy, b Baker and Oslin. 
Maher, Michael, bar k, w s Lloyd, b Hunter and Mitchell. 
Mahoney, Michael, fam gro, n w c Decatur and Calhoun. 
MAIER, JOHN, (Dill & M,) Artist. 
Malloch, Martin, carp, s w c Fowler and Magazine. 
MALONE, THOS J, bk k, Ga R R Depot, e s Lloyd, b 

Alabama and Hunter. 
Mangum, Mrs Mary L, n e c Mitchell and Haynes. 
Mangum, Calvin W, with Mrs M L M. 
Mann, Mrs Elizabeth, e s Pryor, b Hunter and Mitchell. 
Mann, Charles G, with Mrs E M. 
Mann, W J, elk, bds with Mrs E M. 
Mann, James, blk s, w s Pryor, b Hunter and Mitchell. 
MANNING, J W, Clk Inferior Court. 
Manning, A M, eng, W & A R R, e s Calhoun, b Decatur 

and Gilmer. 
MANNING, WM H, Wagon Mkr, bds with^J W Lloyd. 
Mansfield, James, carp, bds with Mrs L A King. 
Marburg, L and M, dry goods, mer, bds with E Lang. 
Marion, Mrs Joe, e s Whitehall, near Garnett. 
MARKET HOUSE No 1, n w c Ivy and Line, F T 

Ryan, Clerk. 
MARKET HOUSE No 2, n w c Mitchell and Pryor, 

Theo. Harris, Clerk. 
MARKHAM, WM, n w c Walton and Cone. 
MARKHAM, M O, (Peck & M,) with Wm Markham. 
Marsh, Ed W, (Moore & M,) e s Collins, b Wheat and 

Houston. 
Marsh, John G, supt rolling mill, bds with J D Gray. 
MARSHALL, H, (see p 198) Dentist, sec Whitehall 

and Hunter, res cor Luckie and Hunnicutt. 
Marshall, Wm H, with H M. 



220 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

W. F. PECK. JOS. THOMPSON, JB. HARRY KBOUS. 

FECK, THOMPSON & CO., 

■WHOLKSALEjAND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

STAPLE AND FANCY 

DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, &o., 

No. 5 Decatur st., near Wliiteliall, 

-A-tlanta., O-eorg-ioL, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



COUNTEY PRODUCE. 

Whitehall street, near Roark's Corner, 

ATLANTA, - - - QEORG-IA. 



Keeps constantly on hand, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Sugar, 
Coffee, Meal, Choice Family Hams, Syrup, Salt, Tobacco, 
Queensware, &c., &c. 



MAR— MEL 221 



Martin, Ganaway, plasterer, nee West-Peachtree and 

Mills. 
Martin, Nevelton, w s Frazer, near old corp line. 
MARTIN" & MITCHELL, Fam Gro, n s Decatur, b 

Peachtree and Pryor. 
MARTIN", JOHN G, (M & Mitchell,) w s Crew, b Jones 

and Rawson. 
Martin, Thos, eng, A&WPRR, s s Rawson, b Crew 

and "VVashington. 
Martin, John, elk at Garrett & Brother's. 
MASONIC TEMPBE, n w c Marietta and Broad. 
Mason, John, painter, w s Fowler, b Thurman and Rock. 
Mason, Thos C, elk, w s Walker, s of Boothe's alley. 
MASON, WM K, Ornamental Painter, n s Gilmer, b 

Calhoun and Butler. 
MASSE Y, SWAXSON & CO, (see p 210) Druggists, s 

s Mitchell, near Whitehall. 
MASSEY, Dr R J, (M, Swanson & Co,) s w c Richard- 
son and Windsor. 
Mast, Nicholas, bar k, bds with A W Brown. 
MAYS, JOHN P, Cond, W & A R R, res w s Fowler, 

b Thurman and Rock. 
Mead, Mrs Sarah, sec Ivy and Gilmer. 
Mead, W T, with Mrs Sarah M. 

MEADOR BROTHES, (see 204) Cora mer and To- 
bacco Factors, s s Alabama, b Whitehall and Pryor. 
MEADOR, N J, (M Bros,) s s Decatur, b Calhoun and 

Butler. 
MEANS & ROBERTS, Lumber Yard, s e c Garnett and 

M & W R R. 
Means, J W, (M & Roberts,) w s Thompson, near 

Garnett. 
MECASLIN, JOHN H, City Flouring Mills, res s e c 

Butler and Jenkins. 
MECHANIC HOUSE, T N" Delany and W B Reavis, 

Pro's, e s Lloyd, b Alabama and Hunter. 
Meeks, W M, printer, bds at Mechanic House. 
Mell, Wm H, bk k, w s Calhoun, b Jenkins and Wheat. 



222 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

F. M. RICHARDSON, 

MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER 

IN ALL KINDS 6f 

^ AND SHEET-IRON WARE, 

House-Furnishing Goods Generally, 



iVXiSO, 



COOKING, COAL, WOOD AND WROUGHT IRON STOVES. 

iii Oil WITH MTlSMFmi 

East Bide Whitehall, between Hunter and Mitchell, 

ATLANTA, .... GEORGIA. 



MEN— MIT 223 



Menko, Martin, mer, n s Peters, b Whitehall and 
Forsyth. 

MERCER, ED, Trader, sec Thurman and Fowler. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Wesley Chapel, 
e s Peaehtreo, at junction of Broad, Rev W^P Harri- 
son, Pastor, 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Trinity Chapel, 
s 8 Mitchell, opp City Hall, Rev W M Crumley, 
Pastor. 

MICHALI, REMOLDO, Painter, S shop, n s Rhodes, 
near W & A R R, 

Mickler, Nicholas, n s Fair, opp jail. 

MIDDLEBROOKS & BARNES, Fara Gro, w s Peters, 
w of M & W R R. 

Middlebrooks, Wm M, (M & Barnes.) 

Middleton, J A, s w c Frazer and Rawson. 

Middleton, M J, bds with J A M. 

Middleton, Green, gas litter, bds with E C Downs. 

Mihalovitch, L, (Franklin & M,) w s Forsyth, near 
Garnett. 

MILLEDGE, JOHN, Jr, Atty, n s Peters, b Washing- 
ton and Crew. 

MILLER, J I, Sapt Int Office, sec Hunter and Lloyd. 

Miller, John H, w s Ivy, n of Line. 

Miller, Wm M, blk s, n s Magazine, near W& A R R. 

Miller, Mrs Mary, with J R D Ozburn. 

Miller, O F, bar k, e s Calhoun, b Decatur and Gilmer. 

MILLS, F M, Clk Post Office, n s Marietta, n w of Gate 
City Foundry. 

MILLS, J G W, (Gate City Foundry and Machine Co,) 
n 8 Marietta, b Alexander and Mills. 

MIMMS, WM, Supv A & W P R R, (see General Office.) 

Miner, Thos, carp, n s Terry, b Hunter and Fair. 

MITCHELL, A W, e 8 Whitehall, b MitcheU and 
■ ^f 1'prs 

MITCHELL, W A, e s Whitehall, b MitcheU and 

MITCHELL & O'CONNOR,) Saddlers, in basement, e 
s Whitehall, b Alabama and Hunter. 



224 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



(ESTABLISHED 1848,) 

BANK BLOCK, ALABAMA STREET, 

QOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, 

AND DEALERS IN 

Music, Musical Merchandise, Gold Pens, 
F!NE CUTLERY, CARD PICTURES, ALBUMS, 

\A/AL.L PAPER AND FANCY GOODS. 

We offer a good assortment of School and Miscellaneous Books, Medical and Law 
Books, Bibles and Hymn Books, Blank Books, Counting House Stationery, &c. 

SHEET MUSIC FOR THE PIANO FORTE AKD GUITAR* 

^^" Books and Music sent by mail on receipt of tlie price, promptly. 



T. R. RIPLEY, Agent, 

DEALER IN 

CHINA, CROCKERY, 

TTWfP^" AND 

Gr:ELjiJb.^^ ^S7^ -A. S=8. ES IB , 

FINE TABLE CUTLERY AND PLATED GOODS OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. 
West Bide Whiteliall street, near R. R. 

u^mj^5i.KrT-^, - - - <3-eo:e=lc3-i-a.. 




MIT— MOR 225 



Mitchell, W E, (M & O'Connor,) w s Spring, b Marietta 
and R R. 

MITCHELL, W D, Eng, (Martin & M,) cor Butler and 
Ga R R. 

Mitchell, Wm, bds with W D M. 

MITCHELL, Rev ISAAC G, n s Garnett, b Forsyth and 
Thompson. 

Mobley, E D L, bds with D N Judson. 

Magill, W J, Ins Agt, s s Wheat, b Calhoun and Butler. 

MONDAY, J M C, bdgh , e s Butler, b Ga R R and 
Hunter. 

MOONEY, ROBERT A, Watchman at Gate City Foun- 
dry, s s Delay, w of R R. 

Moore, Wm, elk, bds with A L Grant. 

Moore, A C, blk s, bds with W 11 Berry. 

MOORE, B F, (M R Bell & Co,) bds with Mrs G B 
Douglas. 

Moore, W C, phys, nee Marietta and Spring. 

Moran, Leary, eng, sec Foundry and Fowler. 

MORGAN & CO, (see p 206) Furniture, e s Whitehall, 
b Alabama and Hunter. 

Morgan, A E & W II, (M & Co.) 

Morgan, J B, special agt, ^tua Ins Co, w s Peachtree, b 
Baker and Harris. 

Morgan, J II, agt, hand loom, bds with Maj II Goode. 

Morgan, J L, bds at American Hotel. 

MORRIS & BROTHERS, Fam Gro, w s Peachtree, n of 
Walton. 

MORRIS, W L. Fam Gro, s w c Peters and Boothe's 
alley. 

MORRIS & TRIMBLE, Dry Goods and Groceries, s e 
c Peters and M & W R R. 

Morris, John F, (M & Trimble.) 

Morris, G L, carp, S shop, w s Butler, s of Hunter. 

MORRIS, J S, Eng, S road, sec Luckie and Simpson. 

MORRISON & NEWMAN, Real Est Agts, w s Ala- 
bama, b Whitehall and R R. 

Morrison, J J, (M & Newman.) 
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226 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

REEV^E & CO., 

DEALEKS IN 

■ nm CUSTOM mn ^ctotHmOt 

AND 

mifiiiii^^s fiiiiiBis issiSi 

Under National Hotel, Whitehall Street, 
ATLANTA, ------ QEORQIA 



wm.'bich. m. franklin. 

— WITH— 

^YM:. RioEE & CO., 

Wholesale aud Retail Dealers in 

iiYWUiirsmiiiiifiiMiEii, 

LADIES' DRESS AND FANCY GOODS, 

HJiTS, BD0TS, SHOES, H©TiaMS, &€. 

Corner Whitehall st., Old P. O. Building, nearE.E., 

-A-tla.iata,, O-eorgia., 

S. B. SHERWOOD, 

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, 

Comer Decatur aud Butler sts., 

ATLAISTTA, - ^ - G-EOKQIA. 



MOR— NEW 227 



MORRISON, JOHN, (McNaught, Ormond & Co.) 
Morrison, Mrs E, w s Fowler, b Thunnan and Rock. 
Morrison, J C, emp S road, cor Haynes and Rock. 
Morrow, W H H, elk, with J C Rogers, bds with Dr J 

M Boring. 
MOSES, B"F, Cotton Broker, s w c Pryor and Garnett. 
Mounce, John, s w c Decatur and Butler. 
MUHLEN BRINK, H, Saloon and Ten-Pin Alley, w s 

Whitehall, b Alabama and R R, res sec Ivy and Ellis. 
Mulligan, B, carp, e s Butler, b Hunter and Fair. 
Mullins, Frank, bds with M H Bradley. 
MUNDAY, ED W, (see p 208) Dry Goods, &c, w s 

Peachtree, near Marietta, res sec Wheat and Pryor. 
Murphy, Anthony, lumber dealer, nee Luckie and 

Bartow. 
MURPHY, E C, Deputy Marshal, nee Marietta and 

Bartow. 
Murphy, T E, 2nd Lieut Pol, n w c Decatur and Butler. 
Murphy, Dan'l, elk W & A R R Depot, e s McDonough, 

s of Hunter. 
Murphy, Michael, n s Hunter, b Terry and King. 
Murphy, Jas, bds with Michael M. 
Murphy, Dennis, bds with Michael M 
Muse, E II, mer, res West End. 
Muse, C C, elk, bds at Planters' Hotel. 
Myers, John, carp, bds with Mrs L A King. 
Mynatt, P L, (Hammond, M & Wellborn) n w c Ivy and 

Houston. 

N 

NAN CI*], J M, Fam Gro, s s Decatur, e of Bell. 

NALL, J S, Clk P O, bds with Mrs A J Simms. 

NATIONAL HOTEL, (see p 212) n we RR and White- 
hall, Pond and Corey, Pro's. 

Nelson, J M, gro mer, e s Calhoun, b Wheat and 
Houston. 

Newman, W T, (Morrison & N,) cor Pryor and Fair. 

Newman, Will T, atty, n s Decatur, b Peachtree and 
Pryor. 



228 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GEORGE SHARP, Jr., 



WHOLESALE DEALER IN 



RHP lio mmi mm, 



BRANDIES, WINES, WHISKIES, 



CIGARS, &c., &c., 



PEAGHTREE STREET, 



m^^ Pure Kentucky Whiskies, Monongahela, Eye, 
Nectar, Scotch and Irish Whiskies. 



NEW— O'HA 229 



'New, James M, carp, with Joseph H Jones. 

Newton, C S, Druggist, at McCamy & Go's. 

Nichols, J S, Dancing master, e s Whitehall, b Alabama 

and Hunter. 
Nichols, C W, carp, s s Hunter, e of King. 
Nicholson, Mrs S A, pro Bell Mansion bdg h, s e c Col- 
lins and Wheat. 
Nix, S H, mach, at Winship's, w s Broad, b Hunter and 

Mitchell. 
NORMAN, J J, (Witt & N,) e s Ivy, b Gilmer and 

Wheat. 
Norman, John B, brass mldr, e s Fowler, near Rhodes. 
Nort, Chas, s s Marietta, b Bartow and Foundry alley. 
North, Henry, blk s, w s Frazer, near old corp line. 
NOTT, Rev R M, (S S Kendrick & Co,) e s Whitehall, 

s ©f junction of Forsyth. 
NOTT, BENJ, Eng Ga R R shop, e s Butler, b Hunter 

and JFair. 
Nunally, Aaron, elk, n s Richardson, b Whitehall and 

Windsor. 

o 

O ATM AN, S B, (see cover,) Agt, Marble Dealer, e s 
Bellevue House, Alabama st, near Washington. 

O'Connor & McGuire, dry goods and gro, n s Marietta, 
w of Broad. 

O'Connor & Hardage, mil and fancy goods, n s Marietta, 
w of Broad. 

O'Connor, Pat, (O'C & McG,) w s College, b Wheat and 
Houston. 

O'Connor, Miss K, milliner, n s Hunter, b Terry and 
King. 

ODD FELLOWS' HALL, e s Peachtree, opp Walton. 

O'DONNELLY, Rev JOHN, n w c Race and Davis. 

OGLETREE, Mes BERSHEBA, lives with J M Book- 
out. 

OGLETREE, GEO T, Bldr, cor Crew and Jones. 

O'HALLORAN, WM, Pro Planters' Hotel, s w c Ala- 
bama and Pryor. 



230 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. H. SMITH. 



J. L. RICHMOND. 



SMITH & RICHMOND, 



WHOLESALE TOBACCONISTS, 



AND 



General Commission Merchants. 



i^^ Strict attention given to all orders for Goods. 
Consignments solicited and Sales effected judiciously. 



a.1jA.:bajm.a. street. 



ATLANTA, GEOKQIA. 



O'KE— OZB 231 



O'Keefe, Edward, s s Marietta, b Bartow and Foundry. 
O'KEEFE, D C, M D, w s McDonough, b Rawson and 

Clark. 
Oliver, "VYm, shoe rakr, with Wm Keltner. 
OLIVER & WADDAIL, (see p 212) Gro and Com 

Mer, sec Alabama and Forsyth. 
Oliver, J S, (O & Waddail.) 

O'Neal, J, mach, w s Lloyd, b Jones and Rawson. 
O'NEILL, PATRICK H, Eng, n s Decatur, b Collins and 

Calhoun. 
OPERA HOUSE, s w c Marietta and Forsyth. 
O'REILLY, Rev THOS H, Pastor Catholic Church, 

" Immaculate Conception," s a Hunter, e of Lloyd. 
Orme, Dr L H, bds with W W Clayton. 
ORME & FARRAR, Gro and Com Mer, s s Marietta, 

b Whitehall and Broad. 
Orme, A J, (O & Farrar,) bds at National Hotel. 
ORME, HEKRY S, M D, (Alexander & 0,) bds at 

Planters' Hotel. 
ORME, WM P, Treas, A & W R R, res n e c Calhoun 

and Harris. 
ORME, F H, Horn Phys, n s Decatur, e of Peachtree, 

bds with Wm P Orme. 
Ormond, Jas, (McNaught, O & Co,) w s Washington, 

near old corp line. 
O'SHIELDS, HARVEY, Fam Gro, w s W & A R R, n 

of Delay. 
O'Shields, Robert, s w c Mangum and Delay. 
O'Shields, Wiley, s av c Mangum and Delay. 
Overby, Mrs E E, n e c East-Peachtree and Currier. 
Owen, Judge P, e s Terry, b Ga R R and Hunter. 
Owens, B F, carp, s w c Forsyth and Peters. 
Owens, Calvin, bk m, n s Hunter, w of Forsyth. 
Owens, Mrs E R, n s Fulton, b Windsor and Pryor. 
OZBURN, J R D, Cotton Broker, cor Haynes and 

Markham. 
Ozburn, M N, fireman, A&WPRR, se cor Jones 

and Frazer. 



232 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

JOHN SILVET. DAVID DOUGHERTY. 

SILVEY & DOUGHERTY, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

DEALERS IN . . 

STAPLE AND FANCY 

DR! GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, 

Juuction of, and Fronting on Decatur, Peachtree and Line ets., 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

Keep constantly on liand, a large and well selected stock of La- 
dies' Dress Goods and Trimmings ; Ladies', Misses' Gentlemen's 
Boys' and Childrens' Shoes, of all styles ; Boots, Hats and Caps, of 
the latest style ; Shakers, Umbrellas, Parasols, Hoop Skirts and 
Balmorals ; Cassimeres, Satinets, Tweeds, Kerseys, Kentucky 
Jeans, Linsey, and Flannels, of all qualities ; Bleached and Brown 
Shirting, Drills, Bed Tick, Irish Linen, Towels, and linapkins. 

CROCKERY AND CLASS WARE, 

POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY. 



Also, a full line of Notions, consisting in part of British and En- 
glish Hose and half Hose, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Paper Collars, 
Ties, Buttons of all kinds, Combs, Brushes, Suspenders, Pins, 
Needles, &c. 



PAC— PAY 233 



Pace, Charles, s s Gilmer, b Ivy and Collins. 

Page, , bk k, A R Mill & Min Co, cor Marietta and 

Alexander. 
PAIGE, FLEISHEL & CO, (see p 216) Dry Goods, w s 

Whitehall, b Alabama and Hunter. 
PALMER, JOE A, Druggist, with Taylor iSs Davis, bds 

with E R Sasseen. 
PAOLIELLO, G, Conf, w s Whitehall, s of and near 

Hunter. 
Parish, J R, manuf Butter-Scotch Candy, n s Peters, b 

Whitehall and Forsyth. 
PARKER, Dr A M, s e c Garnett and Thompson. 
Parker, J R, s s Marietta, b Bartow and Foundry alley. 
Parker, James, butcher, s s Mitchell, near corp line. 
Parker, J H, bds with W C Loughmiller. 
Parker, W L, blk s, s s Ga R R, h Butler and Terry. 
Parker, T O, National Hotel. 

Parks, Mrs Ann, e s McDonough, b Jones and Rawson 
PARROTT, GEORGE W, (Fains & P.) 
PARSONS, RICHARD, Dairyman, ii s Mitchell, near 

old corp line. 
Parsons, Edward, bds at Bellevue House. 
Paschall, Daniel, painter, s s Foundry, near W & A. R R. 
PATILLO, W P, (see p 216) Ins Agt, at Tommey & 

Stewart's, bds with Wm Herring. 
Patterson, James, Biff, sec Peachtree and Ellis. 
Patterson, James L, carp, S shop, e s Fowler, b Foundry 

and Magazine, 
PATTON, J M,;bk k "Ladies Home" office, res n s 

Irwin, at old corp line. 
PAYNE, COLUMBUS M, bds with C W Hunnicutt. 
Payne, Ed, n s Marietta, b Mills and Hunnicutt. 
Payne, Mrs Elizabeth, w s Monroe R R street. 
Payne, R R, bds with Mrs E P. 
Payne, Mrs, and McAllister, dress mkrs, w s Whitehall, b 

Hunter and Mitchell. 
Payne, William, bds with Geo A Zachry. 
Payne, Peyton T, carp, e s McDonough, near old corp line. 



234 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SCOirS MONTHLY MAGAZINE. 



SECOND YEA.R. 



The Oldest and Largest Literary Magazine in liie Soutli. 



The Proprietor of this Popular Monthly has published 
an edition of several thousand copies, to meet the increas- 
ing demand for it in all portions of the South and West. 
Its Corps of Contributors is already large, and will be 
strengthened by the addition of several 

EXCELLENT MALE AND FEMALE WRITERS. 

It will be elegantly embellished with Steel Plates, Lith- 
ographs, and Wood Cuts, prepared expressly for this pub- 
lication, consisting of superb likenesses of Lee, Davis, 
Joe Johnston, Poik, Forrest, &c. 

We shall also introduce a department of Wit and Hu- 
mor, and occasional Wood Cut Illustrations of Southern 
and Western Scenery. 

TERMS. — Single subscribers, $5 ; eleven copies, $50 ; 

twenty-two copies, ^100 ; and at the same rates for three 

and six months. Clergymen of all denominations, and 

Presidents and Professors of Colleges will receive it at $4. 

Address, W. X SCOTT, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



.iMJ^ 



PAY— PHI 235 



Payne, Dr Robert N, bds with Geo A Zachry. 
Peacok, James T, n s Garnett, near Thompson. 
PEASE, PP & Co, (see p 214) Gro aad Com Mer, s s 

Alabama, b Pryor and Lloyd. 
PEASE, P P, (P P Pease & Co,) s e c Whitehall and 

Cooper. 
PECK & MARKHAM, Pro's Emp Steam Planing Mill, 

n s Decatur, e of Bell. 
PECK, J C, (P & Markham,) n s Houston, b Peachtree 

and Ivy. 
PECK, JOHN B, M Tr W & A R R, office in Ft Depot 

bldg, bds with Willis Peck. 
Peck, Willis, plasterer, n w c Peachtree and Cain. 
PECK, THOMPSON & CO, (see p 220) Dry Goods, s s 

Decatur, near Whitehall. 
Peck, W F, (P, Thompson & CO,) bds with Willis P. 
Peel, John, baker, n w c Spring and W & A R R. 
Pegg, Dr W H, w s Forsyth, b Grenville and McLia. 
PERDUE, Rev FRANCIS P, s sHayden, b Baker and 

Simpson. 
Perkins, Richard, painter, bds at Wm Downings. 
Perry, Wm, carp, bds with Hardy Treadw ell. 
Perry, Frank, bds with Hardy Tread well. 
PETERS, RICHARD, s w c Forsyth and Mitchell. 
PETERS, WM G, (Butler & P,) s w c Pryor and Mitchell. 
PETERS STREET MALE AND FEMALE SCHOOL, 

n s Peters, b Whitehall and Forsyth, J C McDaniel, S 

M Ainsworth, Miss Vesta J McDaniel, Mrs S M Ains- 

worth and M'lle E Sterchi, Teachers. 
PETERSON, J S, New Era office. 
PETTUS, H H, Dealer in Lumber, nee Rawson and 

Martin. 
Pettus, Wm, n s Green, b Mangum and Haynes. 
Petty, Anderson, e s McDouough, near old corp line. 
Phillips, Joel, carp, s s Jones, b Martin and Connally. 
PPIILLIPS & FLANDERS, (see p 218) Dry Goods, &c, 

e s Whitehall, n of Mitchell. 
PHILLIPS, L B, (P & Flanders,) bds with Wm R P. 



236 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



TALLEY, BROWA" & CO., 



WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEALERS IN 



mu m mim dry goods, 



Whitehall Street, 



ATLANTA, 



GEORGIA, 



1^" Keep constantly on hand, 



LADIES' HOSIERY, 

Embroideries, Dress Trimmings, Wliite Goods, 



i^^ All orders from surrounding towns, or the coun- 
try, promptly attended to. 



PHI— POS 237 



PHILLIPS, WM R, res n e c Forsyth and Garnett. 
Phillips, Henry, blk s, bds with H L Wilson. 
PHILLIPS, H L, Local Ed Christian Index, bds with 

Mrs Mary Bruckner. 
Phillips, Geo, fam gro, s s Marietta, e of Foundry. 
PHCENIX PLANING MILL, s e c Butler and Gilmer, 

Lansberg & Harris, Pro. 
Pilgrim, G A, City Sexton, sec Fair and Connally. 
Pilgrim, Isaac B, printer, with G A P. 
PINCKNEY, Dr CHARLES, s w c Pryor and Peters. 
Pinion, Sanford, s w c Race and Trebursey. 
PITTMAN, DAN, Atty, and Judge Court of Ordinary, 

e s Ivy, b Wheat and Houston. 
Pittman, R A, Ex mess, bds with T J Boyd. 
Pittman, J M, s s Baker, b Collins and Calhoun. 
Pitts, Columbus A, (Joseph Winship & Co.) 
PLANTERS' HOTEL, (see p 218) s w c Alabama and 

Pryor, Wm O'Halloran, Pro. 
Plummer, Mrs Isabella, s s Peters, b Whitehall and 

Forsyth. 
Plummer, E T, fireman, M & W R R, with Mrs Isabella 

Plummer. 
Plunket, John, w s Terry, b Fair and Jones. 
Pollard, Thos, elk, bds with A P Bell. 
POMEROY, R S, Horn Phys, s e c Pryor and Mitchell. 
POND & COREY, Pro's National Hotel, n w c R R 

and Whitehall. 
Pond, E B, National Hotel. 
Pond, S A, National Hotel. 

Pool, Johnson, carp, s s McLin, near M <S7 W R R. 
Pool, Ben] J, s s McLin, near M & W R R. 
Pool, D N, n 8 Ellis, b Ivy and Collins. 
POPE, JOHN D, (Brown & P,) e s East-Peachtree, near 

old corp line. 
Porter, Raymond, mer, bds with A P Bell. 
Porter, J T, w s McDonough, s of Richardson. 
POST OFFICE, under Bell-Johnson Opera Hall, n e 

c Alabama and Broad, 



238 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SCOTT & FREEMAN, 



^Vliolesi«ale and. I^elsiil 



DEALERS IN 




BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, 



CROCKERY, 



^, 



fM: 



Etc., Etc., 

Corner Peachtree and Walton Streets, 



ATLANTA, 



GEORGIA. 



■I iiiiitMi ^ai^>— jiiiiiMa 



POU— QUE 239 



Pound, John G, supt City magazine, n s Foundry, w of 

Haynes. 
POWELL, T S, M D, office in Empire Block, e s White- 
hall, b Hunter and Mitchell, res on Race st, w of 

M & W R R. 
Powell, Dr Chapman, n w c Peachtree and Ellis. 
Powell, Mrs Isabella, sec Rawson and Martin. 
Powell, C, Auc, e s Whitehall, b R R and Decatur. 
Powers, George, bdg h, w s Whitehall, b Mitchell and 

Peters. 
POWERS, W & SONS, Gro and Com Mer, s s Marietta, 

b Whitehall and Broad. 
Powers, Wm, (P, W & Sons,) n w c West -Peachtree and 

Mills. 
Powers, W E & R II, (P, W & Sons,) bds with Wm P. 
Praither, John S, s s Ellis, b Collins and Calhoun. 
Praither, Ausf, carp, bds at Mechanic House. 
PRATTE, EDWARDS & CO, Gro and Com Mer, w s 

Forsyth, b R R and Marietta. 
Pratte, B A, (P, Edwards, & Co,) res on McDonough. 
Pratte, S A, bds with B A P. 
Pratt, Rush, National Hotel. 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 1st, s s Marietta, w of 

Forsyth, Rev J S Wilson, D D, Pastor. 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 2nd, w s Washington, 

opp City Hall, Rev Rufus K Porter, Pastor. 
Purse, Isaiah, with Clayton & Adair, res s s Hunter, e of 

King. 
Purtell, J II, mer tailor, s w c Peachtree and Cain. 

Q 

Quail, Pat, sec McDonough and .loues. 

Queen, J L, gro mer, e s Crew, b Jones and Rawson. 

Queen, David, bds with J L Q. 

Queen, F M, dealer in lumber, bds with T Kile. 



240 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A. K. SEAGO, 





Esta-lblislied. in I3u»iiioss in ISSSi. 



CORNER FORSYTH AND MITCHELL STREETS, 



^TLA^NTA^, - - OEOHai^, 



RAA— REI 241 



RAAB, GEORGE, carp, S shop, u s Mechanic. 

RAG AN", Maj a B, Manuf Brick, n s Rawson, b Cooper 

and Pryor. 
Ramsey, Wm, emp State Road, bda with Mrs E McGib- 

boney. 
Ransford & McNulty, dry goods, w s Whitehall, b Ala- 
bama and Hunter. 
Ransford, H, (R & McNulty,) bds with C P Cassin. 
Randall, W H, bk k, with L C & T L Wells, res e s 

Walker, s of Nelson. 
RANSOM, J H, Coud A &WPRR, n we Collins 

and Baker. 
RAWSON, E E, Pryor, b Rawson and Richardson. 
Ray, A J, n s Trebursey, near Mitchell. 
Ray, S S, carp, e s Mangum, b Rock and Delay, 
Ray, T H, carp, e s Butler, b Wheat and Houston. 
Ray, R P, carp, s s Alley b Thurman and Rock, w of 

Fowler. 
Ray, E S, M D, 8 8 Alabama, b Whitehall and Pryor, 

res 8 s Wheat, b Pryor and Ivy. 
Redwine & Fox, druggists, sec Whitehall and Alabama. 
Red wine, C L, (R & Fox,) w s Pryor, b Peters and 

Garnett. 
REED, HARVY, Tanner, e s Forsyth, s of Garnett. 
Reed, J Y, cond, W & A R R, bds at Planters' Hotel. 
Reed, Thos, blk s, n e c Foundry and Fowler. 
Reed, Wm, mach, n s Magazine, e of Fowler. 
Reeder, John M, elk. State Road Depot, bds with R B 

Campbell. 
REEVE & CO, (see p 226) Clothing, w s Whitehall, b 

R R & Marietta. 
Reeve, J C, (R & Co.) sec Cone and Church. 
Reeves, Jas A, s w c Forsyth and Peters. 
REGISTER, O J, Gardener, s s Stephens, at old corp line. 
Reid, P P, carp, s s Hunter, b Terry and Kino-. 
REINHARDT, CHRISTIAN, Day-Watch, State shop, 

n 8 Mechanic. 
16 



242 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ti-3:e] soxjTi3::Kir=Lisr 




likC 



if 



D 



FORWARD DAILY, BY 



STEAMERS AND RAILROADS, 

(Fassenger Trains.) 

Small and Valuable Packages, 

MERCHIlllDISf, SmUPlfS, UMl, 

AND ALL ARTICLES REQUIRING DISPATCH, 

To and from Atlanta and all parts of the United States and Eu- 
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former rates. Articles forwarded by Express, called for, and de- 
livered in Atlanta without extra charge. 



il^^ For Particular Rates, &c., call at the 

Office, South side Alabama Street, Opposite Passenger Depot, 
ATLANTA, GA. 



E. HULBERT, Supt. Cen. Sec. V. DUNNING, Ag't. 



REI— mC 243 



Reinhardt, A M, law student, bds at Mechanic House. 

Reynolds, T S, job printer, e s Whitehall, b Alabama 
and R R, res n e c Mitchell and Mangura. 

Reynolds, W P, carriage trimmer, s s Peters, b Forsyth 
and Thompson. 

Reynolds, J W, bk m, e s Crew, s of Fulton. 

Reynolds, J C, printer, Int Office, nee Collins and 
Oslin. 

RHODES, MRS A D, bdg h, s s Rhodes, near W & A 
RR. 

RHODES, C, C, Supt Gas Works, e s Lloyd, b Alabama 
and Hunter. 

RICE, F P, Dealer in Lumber, n w c Ivy and Ellis. 

Rice, Green, bds with Thos McFarland. 

Rice, Wm, carp, State shop, n s Rhodes, w of Haynes. 

Rice, Wm H, stone m, w s Calhoun, b Cain and Harris. 

RICHARDS, J J & S P, (see p 224) Booksellers, s s 
Alabama, e of Whitehall. 

RICHARDS, J J, (R, J J & S P,) e s Washington, b 
Fair and Jones. 

RICHARDS, S P, (R, J J & S P,) s s Peters, b White- 
hall and Forsyth. 

RICHARDS, Rev WM, bds with J J Richards. 

Richards, H H, Agt Daily Int, bds with Samuel Grubb. 

Richards, H P & W B B, fam gro, e s Peachtree, n of 
Walton. 

RICH, WM & CO, (see p 226) Dry Goods, e s White- 
hall, s of and near R R crossing. 

RICHARDSON", F M, (seep 222) Stoves, Tin Ware, &c, 
e s Whitehall, b Hunter and Mitchell, res cor Wash- 
ington and Richardson. 

RICHARDSON, JOHN W, Asst Yard Master, State 
Road, s w c Rock and Mangum. 

Richardson, D L, fireman, A & W P R R, bds with J M 
C Monday. 

RICHARDSON, J A, A M, Prof Math, Atlanta High 
School. ^ 

RICHMOND, J L, (Smith & R,) Tobaconists and Com 
Mer, bds with Mrs A J Simms. 



244 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

J. A. TAYLOR. JOE A. DAVIS, M. D. 

■WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

PAINTS, OILS, DYE-STUFFS, GLASS, OLASS-WARE, 

Surgical Instruments, &c. 

TJIsrJDEE. THEl IS^AJriaJSTA^li. HOTEL, 

ATLANTA, GEOEGIA. 



TENISTESSEE SA-LH: 

AND 




COKNER ALABAMA AND FORSTTH STREETS, 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

W, J. WOOTTEISr, Proprietor. 



RIL— ROE 245 



RILEY, T G, Soda Fount and Confectionary, w s White- 
hall, b Hunter and Mitchell. 

RIPLEY, THOS R, (see p 224) Crockery, &c, w s White- 
hall, b R R & Alabama, res e s East-Peachtree, near 
old corp line. 

Rives, Mrs N H, n s Mitchell, b Forsyth and Thompson. 

ROACH, Dr E J, City Phys, nee Whitehall and Peters. 

Roach, W H, blk s, w s Calhoun, b Gilmer and Wheat. 

Roberts, G B, e s Whitehall, near Fair. 

Roberts, Aupr, bar k, bds with Lewis Coulter. 

Roberts, W F, ptr, bds at Mechanic Housp. 

Roberts, M L, s s Alabama, near M & W R R. 

ROBERTS, THOS, Cond, Ga R R, n s College, b Cal- 
houn and Butler. 

Roberts, Mrs A J, n s Stonewall, w of Race. 

Robertson, I P, carp, W & A R R shop, s w c Fowler 
and Green. 

ROBERTSON, P A, carp State shop, n s Rock, w ©f 
Mangum. 

Robertson, F A, carp, n s Decatur, b Moore and Pratte. 

ROBERTSON & WILLIAMS, Grocers, e s Peachtree, 
opp j unction of Broad. 

Robins, Mrs N E, w s Washington, s of Richardson. 

Robins, Wiley, s s McDaniel, b Whitehall and Windsor. 

Robinson, Jesse, bk m, e s Frazer, s of Richardson. 

Robinson, Geo M, atty, bds with Mrs E Johnson. 

Robinson, James, bk Ic, s e c P^ace and M & W R R, 

Robinson, J D, pressman, Franklin Printing House, bds 
at Bellevue House. 

Robinson, James L, carp, e s Butler, opp Med College. 

Robinson, J C, mach, sec Washington and Fair. 

Robinson, Jeff, eng, A & W P R R, s s Ga R R, b But- 
ler and Terry. 

Robinson, S C, carp, e s Peachtree, b Harris and Baker, 

ROBSON, S B, n 8 Marietta, near Spring. 

ROBSON, R C, Pres Castle Rock Coal Co, e s White- 
hall, b Alabama and R R. 

Roebuck, J Z, carp, bds with S A Verdery. 



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ablest paper published in the United States ; if anybody doubts this declaration, let 
him take the paper and read half a- dozen numbers, and he will coincide m opinion 
with me." 

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tion, at its s ssion in Macon, April 23, 18C6 : 

" Resolvep, That the Christian Index & South-Western Baptist, on account of its 
typographical excellence, its literary merit, its orthodox sentiments, and its christian 
gpirit, deserves our hearty commendation and our active efforts for the increase of its 
circulation." , 



ROG— SAL 247 



Rogan, Lawrence, watchman Ga Depot, cor Mangum and 
Mechanic. 

Rogan, Daniel, with Lawrence R. 

Rogan, Michael, cor Peters and M & W R R. 

Rogan, William, watchman, W & A R R Depot, bds 
Lawrence R. 

Rogers, John, mach, s s Marietta, e of Gate City Foun- 
dry. 

Rogers, J J, elk, with Phillips & Flanders. 

ROGERS, JOHN" C, (see p 220) Fam Gro, w s White- 
hall, n of and near Mitchell. 

Rogers, Joseph, bds with Mrs E McGibboney. 

Roouey, William, plasterer, bds with Mrs E Haney. 

ROSENFELD & BRO, Clothiers,- e s Whitehall, b 
Alabama and Hunter. 

Rosenfeld, J, mer, bds at Planters Hotel. 

Rosenfeld, Isaac, raer, s s Peters, b Forsyth and Thomp- 
son. 

Ross, John, stone m, bds with Pat Lynch. 

Rosser, Wm S, w s Mangum, n of Rock. 

Rosser, Isaac, elk, with Thos S Scarbrough. 

Rucker, J W, (Chapman & R,) w s Peachtree, b Harris 
and Baker. 

Ruddell, H F, carp, bds at Bellevue House. 

Rudy, F O, bds at American Hotel. 

Rush, J A, carp, e s Pryor, s of Richardson. 

RUSHrON, WM M, mach Ga R R shop, n w c 
McDonugh and Jones. 

RUSSELL, GEORGE H, with Phillips & Flanders. 

Ryan, John, dry goods mer, w s Whitehall near Hun- 
ter, res e s Whitehall, s of Garnett. 

Ryan, Frank T, Clk 2nd Market. 

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SAGE, B Y, Chief Eng Ga A L R R, bds at Bell Man- 

sion. 
Sage, Ira, Asst Eng Ga A L R R, bds at Bell Mansion 
SALMONS, L S & Co, Gro and Com Mer, n w c White- 

ball and Alabama. 



248 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



VINCENT R. TOMMEY. 



JOSEPH S. STEWART. 



TOMMEY & STEWART, 

?S\'Mc'S' } Immm ol and Dealers in { 5.S»,'°JK"'"- 





CONSISTING IN PART OF 



Iron, Steel, Nails, Shovels, Spades, Manure, 

Castings, Chains, Hoes. Hay and Spading Forks, 

Axes, Hatchets, Eakes, Buckets, Tubs, 

Carpenters', Hubs, Rims, Spokes, 

Bhicksmiths' Tanners' Axles, Springs. Files, 

And Shoe Makers' Tools, Harness, Hardware, 

Bridles, Collars, Patent and Enameled Leather and Cloth, 

TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, 

LOCKS, HINGES, SCREWS, 

Leather, Lime and Cotton Yarns, 

AT THE SIGN OF THE MILL SAW AND GAME COCK, 

Whitehall Street, 

ATLxlNTA, - - - - GEOEGIA, 

Also, Agents for Baugh'B Raw Bone Super-Phosphate of Lime, and for 
B^rookfl' Pateut Iron Screw, for pressing Cotton and Hay. 



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SAL— SEA 249 



Salmons, Lewis S, (S, L S & Co,) w s McDonough, s of 

Rawson. 
Samuels, J P, butcher, bds with J P Loftis. 
Sanson, Thos, carp, bds with W J Dickey. 
SASSEEN", E R, bds: b, s w c Broad and Luckle. 
Sasseen, G W, with E R S. 
SAWTELL, EPPIRALM, Cooper, bds with John S 

Chester, 
Sawtell, H C, elk, with G L Anderson & Co, bds with 

Georj^e Powers. 
Saye, Newton, carp, State shop, s s Mechanic. 
SCARBROUGH, THOS, Fam Gro, n w c Forsyth and 

Peters. 
Schenck, F H, mach, n s Decatur, e of Bell. 
Schenck, J T, mach, Ga R R shop, nee Ivy and Ellis. 
SCHIKAN, JOHN, Fam Gro, s s Mitchell, w of M & 

WRR. 
SCHNATZ, CHARLES, Plasterer, s w c Collins and 

Wheat. 
SCHCEN, JACOB H, n s Mitchell, b Broad and Forsyth. 
SCHRAMM, PHILIP, (Gross & S,) e s McDonough, b 

Fair and Jones. 
SCHOFIELD, LEWIS, Real Est Agt, e s Peachtree, at 

junction of Pry or. 
Scott, Mrs N J, cor Marietta and Hunnicutt. 
SCOTT, Rev W J, (see p 234) Proprietor Scott's 

Monthly Magazine, res cor West-Peachtree and Mills. 
Scott, H M, cor West-Peachtree and Mills. 
SCOTT & FREEMAN, (see p 238) Dry Goods, s w c 

Peachtree and Walton. 
Scott, J B C, & Charles P Freeman, (S & Freeman.) 
Scrutchin, Thos, (McNaught, Ormond & Co,) s w c 

Mitchell and Mangura. 
Scruggs, Wm L, journalist, w s Whitehall, s of Garnett. 
SCUDDER, L B, (M R Bell & Co,) bds with A P Bell. 
SEAGO, A K, (see p 240) Gro and Cora Mer, res West 

End, near Green's Ferry Avenue. 
Seay, J J, (Langford, S & McCrath,) w s Collins, b Cain 

and Harris. 



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SEA— SHE 251 



Seay, M N, boot mkr, n s Line, b Pryor and Ivy. 

Seay, Ransom, carp, n s Line, b Pryor and Ivy. 

Self, B H, w s Haynes, n of Rock, 

SELLS, Dr H, bds with Dr J N Simmons. 

Seltzer, Henry, crockery mer, w s Peachtree, n of Wal- 
ton, res n s Marietta, b Foundry and Duncan. 

Seymore, Isaiah, mer, n s Simpson, w of Hayden. 

SHACKELFORD & KETCHAM, Auc and Com Mer, e 
8 Whitehall, b Alabama and Hunter. 

Shackelford, S J, (S & Ketcham,) n s Decatur, b Butler 

Shackelford,'H P, bds with S J S. 

Shackelford, R L, bds with S J S. 

SHARP, GEORGE, Jr, (see p 228) Wines and Liquors, 
e s Peachtree, opp Walton. 

SHAVER, Rev D, D D, Editor Christrian Index & 
Southwestern Baptist. 

Shaw, Samuel H, printer, Era Office, sec Ivy and Hous- 
ton. 

Shaw, George, printer, sec Ivy and Houston. 

Shearer, Wm, keeps saloon, n s Ga R R, b Calhoun and 
Butler. 

SHEPHERD, MRS, & INGLES, Dress Mkrs, e s White- 
hall, b Alabama and Hunter. 

SHELDON" & CONNOR, (see p 258) Book Sellers, e s 
Whitehall, b Alabama and Hunter. 

Sheldon, A E, (S & Connor,) bds at Bell Mansion. 

Shelpert, L, National Hotel. 

Shelton, Wm, carp, State shop, s s Rock, w of Mangum. 

Shelverton, Josiah, mach, s s W & A R R, opp Rolling 
Mill, 

Sherburn, George, carp, bds at Bellevue House. 

Sheridan, G W, eng W&ARR, u wc Collins and 
Ellis. 

Sheridan, Thos, eng A & W P R R, bds with T C Mur- 
phy. 

Shermanton, E, telgh opr, bds at Planters' Hotel. 

Sherman, Miss M K, with O J Register. 



252 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WITT & NORMAN, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS AND 





\/VIL.L.INGHAM BUILDING, 



Decatur Street. 



A^TL^MT4 



©iQj^irj/^e 



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Orders solicited, prompt returns and liberal advances made on 
consignments. 

Also, keep constantly on hand, a large supply of choice Family 
Groc<-ries, which we will sell low, and deliver the same to our 
customers in any part of the city, free of charge. 



REFER TO 

Messrs. Cox & Hill, A. Austell, Pres't A. N. Bank, 

E. Hulbert, Supt. So. Ex. Co., Hon. J. E. Williama, 

Hon. Lucius J. GartrelL 



SHE— Sm 863 



SRerman, Mrs M I, with O J Register. 
Sherrie, Thos, bk m, bds with John McManus. 
SHERWOOD, S B, (see p 22G) Contr and Bldr, nee 

Decatur and Butler. 
SHERWOOD, MRS C W, Dress Mkr, up stairs, e s 

Whitehall, b Alabama and Hunter. 
Shield, Robert, painter, n s Hunter, e of King. 
Shiver, Burrell, bds at Mechanic House. 
SHURLEY, HENRY, mldr, n s Rhodes, near W & A 

RR. 
Sigsford, William, National Hotel. 
SILVEY & DOUGHERTY, (see p 232) Dry Goods, cor 

Decatur, Peachtree, and Line. 
SILVEY, JOHN, (S & Dougherty,) sec Marietta and 

Spring. 
SIMMONS, J R, (Steadman & S,) bds at American Hotel. 
SIMMONS, Dr J N, 8 s Marietta, b Forsyth and Spring. 
SIMMS, THOS G, Post Master, w s Forsyth, b Walton 

and Luckie. 
SIMMS, Mks a J, bdg h, e s Forsyth, s of Hunter. 
Simras, P B, mail agt A & W P R R, with MrsA J S. 
Simms, JuUJus, Asst Surv Ga A L R R, bds at Bell Man- 
sion. 
Sims, Calvin, e s Butler, b Hunter and Fair. 
Simpson, W G, s s Marietta, opp Thdrman. 
SISSON, V P, Local Ed " Daily Int, ' bds with W W 

Clayton. 
SISSON, H M, bk k, with Talley, Brown & Co. 
SITTON, P M, bk k, with Taylor & Davis. 
SKINNER & Co, Fam Gro, e s Whitehall, s of Mitchell. 
Slaughter, Miss Eliza, bds with W W Wallace. 
Stemmons, James, mach, State shop, sec Fowler and 

Mangum. 
SMALL, W J, Ft Agt A & W P R R, n w c Ga R R 

and Pratte. 
SMITH, B D, Judge County Court, w s Pryor, near 

Wheat. 
Smith, C D, printer, Int Office. 



264 ADVERTISEMENTS. 




J. H. WHITE & CO., 

Wholesale andlRetail 

DEALERS IN 

STAPLE AND FANCY 

DRY GOODS, OLOTHIIMC, 

Grents' F-arnisliing Groods, 

HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AHO SHOES, 

WHITEHALL STREET, 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA- 

ATLANTA, OE0EGIA. 

Office, Up-stairs in R. M. Clarke's Building, Whitehall Street, 



N. B.— Germans can consult ]\Ir. Weil in their own language. 



SMI— SPA 255 



Smith, Levi F, carp, n s Terry, b Hunter and Fair. 
Smith, Ed, carp, n s Fair, b Terry and King. 
Smith, J K, w s Fowler, b Green and Rhodes. 
Smith, Mrs Susan, n w c Collins and Gilmer. 
Smith, Jesse A, bds with Mrs Susan S. 
Smitli, li.W, carp, n s Houston, b Calhoun and Butler. 
Smith, Jacob H, elk, s s Luckie, b Bartow and Foundry. 
SMITH, JAMES T, Cond Ga R R, bds with C W Berry. 
SMITH, JESSE, mach, at Ga R R shop. 
Smith, John W, w end of Mechanic. 
SMITH, JOHN" B, Ex, bds with Mrs Susan S. 
SMITH, JONAS S, City Tax R and Col, s e c Whitehall 

and Peters. 
Smith, Andrew, n w c Luckie and Bartow. 
Smith, Zachariah, carp, with A S. 
SMITH, R WINDSOR, Ex, w s Whitehall, n of 

McDaniel. 
Smith, G B,'carp, s s Marietta, opp Thurman. 
Smith, W J, elk, bds at American Hotel. 
SMITH & RICHMOND, (see p 230) Tobacconist and 

Com Mer, s s Alabama, b Whitehall and Pryor. 
SMITH, W II, (S & Richmond.) 
Smith, T T, bds with Mrs G B Douglass. 
Smith, Levi J, bds with Mrs S II Coleman. 
SMITH, J HENLY, with G W Adair, res n of Mitchell, 

near old corp line. 
Smott, Amos, bds at Bell Mansion. 
SNEED, WM H, Atty, bds with W W Wallace. 
SNOOK, P H, Dry Goods, w s Whitehall, b R R and 

Marietta, bds with Geo P Frazer. 
Snow, John, eng, A & W P R R. 
Solomon, Wm, s w c Mitchell and Crew. 
Somer, M, clothing, w s Whitehall, b Alabama and 

Hunter. 
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY, (see 242) s s 

Alabama, b Pryor and Lloyd, V Dunning, Agt. 
Sparks, Ludlow, cab mkr, bds with H Tread well. 
Sparks, Joseph, carp, bds with II Tread well. 



256 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

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for each subseciuent insertion, 50 cents. 

Special Notices, 20 cents per line, first insertion, and 10 cents per 
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Liberal contracts made with parties for large advertisements, by 
the month or year. 

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IS A POPULAR LEGAL ADYERTISING MEDIUM. 



SPA—STE 257 



SPAULDING, V, Land Agt, e s MoDonough, s of Raw- 
son. 

Spence, A, mail agt, bds at Covington House. 

Spenceley, James, plasterer, with C E Earnest. 

SPENCER, THOMAS, Mach, State shop, n s Race, w of 
Mangum. 

Spiller, E N", (Porter, Butler & Co,) s of Fair Ground, 
near old corp line. 

Spinks, Lewis B, car insp, W & A R R, n s Fair, at 
junction of Hunter. 

Spivy, Jordan, eng. State road, n s Rock, near R R. 

Sponcler, Jacob F, pattern mkr, n s Decatur, e of Bell. 

SPRAYBERRY, H J, Atty, n s Decatur, b Peachtree 
and Pry or. 

STACY, Dk R Q, w s Whitehall, b Hunter and Mitchell, 
bds with Dr N L Angier. 

Stains, M, w s Spring, b Walton and Luckie. 

Stanley, Elisha, bk m, e s Race, s of Stonewall. 

Stancil, Levi, bk m, s e c Hull and Simpson. 

Stallings, Mrs A, n s Rawson, b McDonough aud Crew, 

Stallings, David W, elk, bds with Mrs A S, 

Stallings, Jeff J, bk m, w s Mangum, n of Rock, 

STAPLER, R F, Cond, A & W P R R, bds at Coving- 
ton House. 

STEADMAN & SIMMONS, Gro and Com Mer, s s 
Marietta, near Whitehall. 

STEEL, Maj JOHN H, Ed " Daily Int," res e s Calhoun, 
b Decatur and Gilmer. 

Steenhann, J F, tin smith, bds with J M C Monday. 

Stegall, W D M, raldr, bds with J M C Monday. 

Steinheimer Brothers, clothiers, w s Whitehall, b Ala- 
bama and Hunter. 

STEPHENS, D V, Cond, M & W R R, n s Mitchell, b 
Forsyth and Thompson. 

Stephens, H J, carp, w s Peters, n of junction of Walker. 

Stephens, Wm J, with H J S. 

Stephens, John M, with H J S. 

Stephens, George' T, with H J S. 
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258 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



-:o:- 



A. E. SHELDON. GEO. C, CONNOE. 

SHELDON & CONNOR, 

PUBLISHERS, BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, 

T^lxiteliall Street, 

ATLANTA, - . - - GEORGIA, 



SCHOOL BOOKS 

At New York Wholesale Prices. 

ORDERS FROM THE TRADE SOLICITED. 



We keep a full supply of 
Writing Papers, Bristol Board, 

Envelopes, Drawing Materials, 

Blank Books, Blotting and P. O. Paper, 

Memorandums, Pens, Gold and Steel, 

Pass Books, Ink of every make. 

Pencils, Lead and Slate— Slates, &c., &c. 

The largest Stock of Books and Stationery in the State. 

PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. 



STE— TAL 269 



STEPHENS, C E, Master Carp, bds with Mrs Hayne. 
STERCHI, J H, bk k, with R J Lowery & Co. 
Sterling, Dr W L, e s Calhoun, b Decatur and Gilmer. 
Stewart, Geo W, emp W & A R R, bds at Mechanic 

House. 
Stewart, Fred, cont and bldr, n Marietta, opp Gate City 

Foundry. 
Stewart, W F, bds with Robert Crawford. 
STEWART, GEORGE, Overseer streets, res n s Boothe's 

alley. 
STEWART, G B, mach, n s Boothe's alley. 
Stewart, D W, with George S. 
Stewart, A P, elk, with F M Richardson. 
STEWART, JOSEPH S, (Tommey & S.) 
Stinson, Mrs Julia, with J R D Ozburn. 
STOCKIN & ROE, Notions, e s Forsyth, b Mitchell and 

Peters 
Stocking, S, at National Hotel. 
Stockton, Mrs Sarah A, n s Foundi'v, e of Mangura. 
Stockton, J W, with Mrs Sarah A S. 
Stokes, James, bds with J C Robinson. 
STOVALL, Dp. O, w s Race, at junction of Nelson. 
Stowers, G L, carp, s s Stephens, w of Race. 
Strauss, J, elk, bds at Bellevue House. 
Street, F M, painter, bds with Mrs E McGibboney. 
Stroup, Alexander W, carp, n s Foundry, e of Fowler. 
STRONG, C H, (McDaniel, S & Co,) s w c Forsyth and 

Luckie. 
Sullivan, Dennis, e s Ivy, b Decatur and Gilmer. 
Swann, James, gro mer, bds with A Austell. 
Swartz, Samuel, with Freedman & Loveman. 
Sweat, Abner, w s Frazer, near old corp line. 

T 

TALLEY, BROWN & CO, (see p 236) Dry Goods, w s 

Whitehall, b Hunter and Mitchell. 
TALLEY, A S, (T, Brown <fe: Co,) bds at American 

Hotel 



260 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



HENRT BANK3. F. M. EDDLEMAN. HEKET BANKS, JB. 

BANKS, EDDLEMAN & CO, 



WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DEALERS IN 



BOOTS, Si[S, [[JlTliER, 



SHOEMAKERS' TOOLS, LASTS, PEGS, &c., 




ALSO 



CHEKOKEE BLOCK, PEACHTREE STREET, 

ATLANTA, - - - G-EORG-IA. 



Keep always on Hand a Complete Stock of Goods, 



Country Mercliants are invited to examine our Stock be- 
fore purchasing elsewliere. 



TAL— THO 261 



Talley, J T, elk, sec Calhoun and Harris. 

Tanner, Wm J, elk, bds with G T Dodd. 

Tarrance, Wm, carp, on Green, w of Haynes. 

Tatutn, T H R, w s East-Peachtree, b Oslia and Currier, 

TAYLOR & DAVIS, (see p 244) Druggists, n w c R R 

and Whitehall. 
TAYLOR, JAS A, (T & Davis,) w s Mangum, b Green 

and Rhodes. 
Taylor, Wm H, dry goods mer, sec Mitchell and 

Mangum. 
Taylor" J H, Auditor, W & A R R, bds with H Goode. 
Taylor, L F, bds with W C D Christian. 
Teat, D H, shoe mkr, sec Forsyth and Garnett. 
TENNESSEE SALE & LIVERY STABLES, (see p 

244) W J Wootten, Pro, nee Alabama and Forsyth. 
Tenant, Lewis, mach, bds with W L Calhoun. 
Tenny, W A, carp, bds with W H Freeman. 
Terham, James, mer, s w c West-Peachtree and Hunni- 

cutt. 
TERRY, GEORGE W, Mach, Ga R R shop, s s Hunter, 

b Terry and King. 
THEME, A, Silver Smith, w s Whitehall, b R R and 

Alabama, res on Pryor, b Hunter and Mitchell. 
Thaden, Henry, elk, bds with A W Brown. 
THOMAS, Rev CHARLES W, Pastor St Philip's Epis- 
copal Church, res West End, near Green's Ferry 

Avenue. 
THOMAS, GEO S, Solicitor of County Court, office n s 

Decatur, b Pryor and Ivy. 
THOMAS, JOHN, Dry Goods Mer, w s Whitehall, near 

Mitchell, res n s Hunter, b Broad and Forsyth, 
THOMAS, LP, Sen, Chief Marshal, e sMcDonough, s of 

Richardson. 
THOMAS, L P, Jr, Gro Mer, res n s Trebursey, w of 

Race. 
Thomas, Robt, tailor, e s Mangum, b Green and Rhodes. 
Thomas, J A, carp, n s Houston, near old corp line. 
Thomas, Mrs Eliza, s s Ga R R, opp Moore. 



262 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WYLIE, JOHNSON & CO., 



WHOLESALE GROCERS 



AND 



Corner Peachtree and Wheat Streets, 

r. H. WADE. W. K. KEAN. 

WADE & KEAN, 

^3r -trC C^ G J£b JtrC SS ^ 

Peachtree Street, Opposite Junction Peachtree and Broad Bts., 

ATLANTA, ------ GEORGIA. 

Keep constantly on hand an assortmeut of choice Family Sup- 
plies, Tobacco, Segars, Fruits, «&c. 



THO— TOM 263 



Thompson, Richard, carp, n w c Liickie and Bartow. 

Thompson & Henderson, fam gro, s w c Thurman and 
RR. 

Thompson, John R, (T & Henderson,) s s Peters, b For- 
syth and Thompson. 

Thompson, Dr W R D, phys, s s Peters, s of M & W 
RR. 

Thompson, John T, n e s Mangum and Rock. 

THOMPSON", Dr JOSEPH, sec Pryor and Jones. 

Thompson, Mrs A, w s Martin, b Jones and Rawson. 

Thompson, J B, bds with Mrs A T. 

Thompson, W W, bds with Mrs A T. 

Thornton, M V, fam gro, w s Peters, w of M & W R R. 

THRASHER, B H, Atty, sec Luckie and Harris. 

THROWER, J K, Printer, Int Office, n s Clark, b Mc- 
Donough and Frazer. 

Thrower, B, jail guard, s s Fair, b Washington and Crew. 

Thrower, O A, bds with B T. 

Thrower, Thomas L, eng, s s Mitchell, b Whitehall and 
Forsyth. 

THURMAK, F D, M D, D D S, s e c Martin and Raw- 
son. 

Thurman, Mrs Nancy, e s Mangum, b Thurman and Rock, 

Thurman, John C, with Mrs Nancy T. 

Thurman, Henry, bk mldr, w of Haynes, n of Rock. 

Thurman, David, n s Rock, near Mangum. 

TIDWELL & HOLLIDAY, (R W T, & GH Holliday,) 
Fam Grocers, n s Mitchell, b Whitehall and Broad. 

TIDWELL & FEARS, Attys, n s Decatur, b Pryor and 
Ivy. 

Tiller, John, n s Peters, b Thompson and M & W R R. 

Tiunon, T L, beer saloon, bds with Mrs N N Kidd. 

TIPPIN, J B, (Van Epps & T,) bds with J M Calhoun. 

TOMMEY & STEWART, (see p 248) Hardware, &c, e 
8 Whitehall, b Hunter and Mitchell, (sign of the Game 
Cock and Mill Saw.) 

TOMMEY, VINCENT R, (T & Stewart.) 

Tommey, Albert P, with Tommey and Stewart. 



264 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SCIEKCB OF LOVE 



IN 



COURTSHIP AID MARRIAGE, 

SHOWING 

The Philosophy of Love, the principles upon which per- 
sons may select congenial companions, remedy 
the evils of injudicious marriages, im- 
prove the offspring, and elevate 
humanity ; - 

HOW TO BECOME KICH AND HAPPY AT HOME: 

»i iB m ini n umw liFn. 



By I?x'of. H. FOS^XEIS. SMilTIi. 



FOR BALE BY 



Grauite Block, Two Doors North of R. E. Bridge. 

.^n?Tjj^isrrr.j^, - - - c3-Eo:Fi.c3-i^5i.. 

IW Price $1,50 or $12,00 per dozen. 



The author has placed upon our table a copy of the above work, aud its pe- 
rusal has alforded us unalloyed pleasure. His style is pleasing, language chaste, 
and his irrefutable conclusions invaluable. lu fact this work should be in ev- 
ery family. 

The Professor discusses his subjects in the light of science, carries the reader 
into fields heretofore unexplored, and presents views at once novel and en- 
chanting. His Scriptural view of marriage is worthy of attentive study.— A^ew- 
nan Jlarald, Sept. 29iA, 1866. 



TON— UPS 265 



Toney, Seaborn E, carp, cor Fair and Frazer. 

TOY, JAMES M, Eng, A&WPRR, es Calhoun, b 

Decatur and Gilmer. 
TOON, J J, Prop Franklin Printing House, n s Alabama, 

b Whitehall and Pryor. 
TRAMMEL, JOHN G, bdg h, e s Pryor, b Wheat and 

Houston. 
Travis, Joseph, eng, W & A R R, bds with John J 

Adcock. 
TREAD WELL, HARDY, Carriage Mkr, n w c Ga R R 

and Butler. 
Treslin, Walter, mach, Ga R R shop. 
Trimble, P M, (Morris & T,) s s Peters, near M & W 

RR. 
Trippe, Harvey, emp W & A R R, s s Marietta, opp 

Thurman. 
Tubbeville, M M, carp, bds with Isaiah Seymore. 
Tuck, Robt M, with J W Richardson. 
Tucker, Wm, carp, w s Martin, b Jones and Rawson. 
Tucker, J W, steward at Planters' Hotel. 
TULLER, W H, Cash A N Bank, s s Marietta, b For- 
syth and Spring. 
TURNER, ARCHIBALD M, plas, s s Mitchell, near 

oorp line. 
Turner, John B, carp, sec McDonough and Fair. 
Turner, G W, fireman, W & A R R, s s Thurman, near 

RR. 
Turner, Samuel T, emp W & A R R, s s Boothe's alley. 
TURNER, WINGUIT H, bk k, at McNaught, Or- 

mond & Co's. 
Turnipseed, R W, e s Race, w of Ilaynes. 
Turpin, Miles, elk, s s Wheat, b Collins and Butler. 
Tuttle, J A, carp, n s Hunter, b Terry and King, 
TYLER, CHARLES, Eng, W & A R R shop, s w c 

Fowler and Foundry. 

u 

Underwood, M, carp State shop, n sRock, w of Mangum. 
Upshaw, J M, supt bk yd, bds with Maj A B Ragan. 



/,.. 



266 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. 




line ^tVmU §nU\\^mm 

HAS IN FULL OrERATION ONE OF THE FINEST 

BOOK AND JOB OFFICES 



In the Southern Country. 



Printing of every description executed at short notice. Pamphlets, Hand- 
bills, Cards, Circulars, School Catalogues, Bank Checks, and every species of 
printing known to the art, done in a neat and expeditious manner. 



BOOK BINDERY. 

In this branch of the establishment, we claim to do as fine work as can be 
executed this side of New York. Blanks, Books, ruled to any pattern, manu- 
factured at short notice ; and old books re-bound in any style desired. 

Send. Your Ordex-s to tlie Intelligencei'. 

JAKED IRWIN WHITAKER, Proprietor. 



VAL— WAL 267 



V 



VALENTINO, MRS CATHERINE, e s Broad, b Ala 
baraa and Hunter. 

Valentino, Louis, elk, with Mrs Catherine V. 

Vax EPPS & TIPPIN, Grocers, s s Alabama, b White- 
hall and Pryor. 

Van Epps, A C, (Van E & Tippin,) bds with Dr J N 
Simmons. 

Van Loan, A H, bldr, bds with J P Clotz. 

Va-n- GOIDSNOVEN, Agt Nurseryman, w s White- 
hall, b Alabama and Hunter. 

Vaughan, James, carp, bds with A M Manning. 

VENABLE, RICHARD, Clk Superior Court, office at 
City Hall. 

VERDERY, S A, (Zimmerman & V,) cor Washington 
and Richardson. 

Verhine, Mrs Matilda, s s Mechanic. 

WADDAIL, B C, (Oliver & W.) 

WADE & KEAN, (see p 262) Groceries, &c, e s Peach- 
tree, opp Luckie. 

WADE, P H, (W & Kean.) 

Wade, John W, mach, Ga R R shop, sec Gilmer and 
Pratt. 

Wadsworth, II B, elk, A & W P R R Depot, n s Deca- 
tur, b Moore and Bell. 

Waits, Mrs N E, with Mrs C Harden. 

Waits, A M, carp, w s Washiugton, b Richardson and 
Fulton. 

WALKER, E B, Supt, M & W R R, w s Ivy, b Wheat 
and Houston. 

Walker, Thos E, elk W & A R R, with E B W. 

WALL, W W ifc CO, Fam Gro, w s Peters, w of M & 
WRR. 

Wall, W W, (W, W W & Co.) 

WALL, R M, (J AY Clayton & Co,) res s s Decatur, b 
Collins and Calhoun. 



268 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

J. E. GULLATT, 

Bum FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP. 

I have in connection with my Brass Foundry, opened a 

MACHINE SHOP, 

In -which I am i)repared to do all kinds of work, such as Saw 
Mill, Grist Mill, Boiler Making, 

EIMISIOIIB. SIT Hi! ffli. WM f IM 

OF ALL DESCEIPTIONS. 

^Iso, MlaiiiifactrLrer of 

SUBSTITUTE FOR BRASS. 



I will also fill all orders for 

Steam and Water Cocks. 



All orders promptly attended to. 



J. E. GULLATT, 

Opposite Ga. R. R. Machine Shop, Atlanta, Ga. 



WAL— WEA 269 



WALLACE, W W, brig h, s e c Forsyth and Peterg. 
WALLACE, A M, Com Mer, w s Forsyth, next to Opera 

House. 
WALLACE, JOHN R, office at P & G T Dodds, res s 

e c Peachtree and Oslin. 
Wallace, Campbell, Supt W & A R R, office at Depot. 
Walsh, Miss Jane, nee Calhoun and Ga R R. 
Ward, Frank, bds with John McManns. 
Ware, Thos ^,6 8 McDonough, near old corp line. 
WARE, Dr J E H, M D, bds with Mrs S H Coleman. 
Ware, Edwin A, n w c Houston and Calhoun. 
Warner, Obediah, mach, State shop, with Jacob Weaver. 
WARREN, J D, Fam Gro, n s Fair, e of Terry. 
Warren, Dr T A, n s Planter, e of King. 
Warwick, John C, cond W & A R R, s s Foundry, near 

RR. ' . •^' 

Warwick, Wm, elk, So Ex Co, s s Hunter, b Butler and 

Terry. 
Warwick, E A, cond M & W R R, bds with Wm W. 
WARWICK, T F, Gun Smith, bds with Wm W. 
Waters, R S, n of Race, w of Haynes. 
Waters, John, tin smith, bds with Mrs L A King. 
Waters, J C, elk, W & A R R Depot, bds at Planters' 

Hotel. 
WATKINS & FLOYD, Fam Gro, w s Whitehall, b 

Hunter and Mitchell. 
Watkins, J C, (W & Floyd,) n s Garnett, b WhitehaU 

and Forsyth. 
WATKINS, WM, Judge Inferior Court, w s Fair, b 

McDonough and Crew. 
WATSON, WM H, Rev Assessor, bds with C C Ham- 
mock. 
WATSON, W A, s e c Hunter and Butler. 
WATSON, A R, Loc Ed New Era. 
WATTS, A B, cigar mkr, w s Martin, b Jones and 

Rawson. 
Watts, G W, mldr, w s Martin, b Jones and Rawson. 
Weaver, Jacob, blk s. State shop, n s Mechanic. 



210 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

J. M. WILLIS & CO., 

AND 

EXCHANGE BROKERS, 

BASEMENT OF JAMES's BANK BUILDING, 
Comer Ala. and Whitehall ste., ATLANTA, GA. 

ROBERTS, REID & CO., 

GKOCEKS AND 

v^hitehaliij street 
ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

1^" Prompt attention given to orders and consignments. 

ZIMMERMAN & VERDERY, 

"V^^HOLE8^LE QROCEE8 



AND 





1 




5 

Corner Broad and Marietta Streets, 

-A.tia.3ata,, Oeorg-ia, 



WE A— WES 271 



Weaver, J M, gro mer, n s Walton, b Spring aud Bartow. 
Webb, Mrs Elizabeth C, n s Peters, b Whitehall and 

Forsyth. 
Webb, John B, carp, w s Race, s of Stonewall. 
Webb, Brice, fam gi'o, n s Walton, at junction with 

Marietta. 
WEIL, S, (see p 254) Atty, w s Whitehall, b Alabama 

and Hunter. 
Welch, George, blk s, n s Luckie, at junction with Cain. 
WELLBORN", C B, (see cover,) Com Mer and Gen'l 

Ins Agt, office at L H Hope's, w s Whitehall, b Ala- 
bama and Hunter. 
Wellborn, C M, (L H Hope & Co,) n s Wheat, b Ivy 

and Pryor. 
Wellborn, Olin, (Hammond, Mynatt & W.) 
Wellborn, J D, fireman, State shop, s s Rhodes, near R R. 
Wells, A P, bk m, s e c Decatur and Moore. 
WELLS, L C & T L, Grocers, w s Whitehall, b Hunter 

and Mitchell. 
Wells, T L, (W, L C & T L,) bds with W H Randall. 
Wells, Levi C, (W, L C & T L,) s cor Whitehall and 

McDaniel. 
WELLS, CHARLES W, Printer, Int Office, w s and 

fronting M & WR R, s of Mitchell. 
WERNER, E A, bk k, Int Office. 
Wernwag, Joseph, fam gro, n s Houston, b Calhoun and 

Butler. 
WEST, W D, Carp, State shop. 
West, W H, emp AV & A R R, s s Luckie, b Bartow and 

Foundry alley. 
WEST, THOS W, Soda Water Factory, e s Whitehall, b 

Grenville's alley and Fair. 
WEST & GUTHRIE, Grocers, e s Peach tree, near junc- 
tion of Broad. 
West, Henry, (W & Guthrie,) sec Collins and Oslin. 
Westbrook, Moses M, carp, n s Stonewall, w of Race. 
Westwater, Thos, mldr, s s Thurman, b Foundry and 

RR. 



272 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

IB. IB. ^^TVTlSriSS', 
WHOLESALE AMD DETAIL 

DEALER IN 



GKOCEEIES, 

ATLANTA, GEOEGIA. 

J. W. CLA^YTON & CO., 

Commission Merchants 

AND 

3J:A.NXJFACXUR,EISS' A-GEIN-T©, 

DEALERS IN 

GROCERIES, PRODOGE, PROVISIONS, WilllES, LIQUORS, 

Building and Plantation flardu'are and Agricutiiral Implements, 

MARIETTA STREET, ATLANTA, GA. 



WES—WHI 273 



WEST, W D, carp, State Shop. 

WESTERN & ATLANTIC R R GENERAL OFFICE, 

in Freight Depot Building, Campbell Wallace, Sapt, 

Jno B Feck, M Transportation, 
WESTERN & ATLANTIC R R FREIGHT DEPOT, 

s w c Forsyth and W & A R R, Jno M Bridges, Agt. 
WESTERN & ATLANTIC R R MACHINE SHOP, 

etc, w of Ft Depot. John Flynn Master of Machinery, 

Wm G Gramling, Supt Car Factory. 
WESTMORELAND, H, MD., nwc Waitehdiand Peters. 
WESTMORELAND, JOHN G, Dean of A xMed Colle;>e, 

bds with W F W. 
WESTMORELAND, WILLIS F, M D, n s Marietta, b 

Forsyth & Cone. 
WHITAKER, JARED IRWIN, (see pp 256 and 266) pro 

Int Office, e s Washington b Fair and Jones. 
WHITAKER, THOS E, pro Tattersalls Stables w s 

Pryor, n of Line 
Whitcomb, J C, carp bds with Jas M Toy 
White, M, n s Fair, b McDonough and Frazer. 
White, Mrs E, pro Covington House, s s Decatur, b Lloyd 

and Collins. 
White, J C, butcher, sec Peachtree and Baker. 
WHITE, J H & Co, (see p 254) Dry Goods, e s White- 
hall, b Alabama and Hunter. 
White, J H, w 8 Peachtree, b Oslin and Currier. 
White G W, bds at American Hotel. 
WHITE & WHITLOCK, pros American Hotel. 
White, E T, (W & Whitlock.) 
White, Wesley C, cond M & W R R, w s Old Monroe R 

R Street. 
White, V M, (Gardner & W) 

White, G E, Fam Gro w s Peters, s of M & W R R 
Whitehead, C, Ins Agt, w s Cooper, b Jones and Rawsou. 
Whitehead, J T, b3s with W J Gilleland. 
Whitehead, G W M, bds with W J Gilleland. 
Whitehill, I, clothing, w s Whitehall b Alabama and Hun- 
ter. 

18 



2H 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A. ERGENZINGEE, 

^UPHOLSTEflER, 

-A.isrr> 




NOKTH SIDE HUNTER ST., EAST OF WHITEHALL. 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, 

Keeps constantly on hand 

PARLOR SETS, BED-ROOM SETS, 

Rocking, Easy, and Cain-Bottom Chairs ; 
Spring, Curled-Hair, Moss, and Common 

Elevating, Damask, and Almond-Cloth 



Also, PILLOWS, BOLSTERS, SLIPS, FEATHERS, and 
COMFORTS. 

m^^ Upholsterers^ and Cabinet Makers^ Material 
constantly on Jiand. 



WHI— WIL 275 



Whitice, W A, carp, sec Frazer and Jones. 

WHITLOCK, M G, (White & W,) American Hotel. 

WHITMIRE, WM C, pressman, Int Office, bds at Me- 
chanic House. 

WHITNER, J C, (see cover,) Ins Agt, at McCamy & 
Co's Drug Store, res cor Cooper and Jones. 

Whitney, Joshua, cor Calhoun & College. 

Weiraer, Conrad, cab mkr W <fc AR R shop, cor Haynes 
and Race. 

WIGGINS, JESSE, cab mkr, n s Stonewall, w of Race. 

Wight, Meador & Co, w s Whitehall, b Alabama and 
Hunter. 

Wilby, John, mach. State shop, s s Foundry, e of Mangum. 

Wilcox, Mrs M C, n w c Fair and Terry. 

WILEY, W D Cl'k at American Hotel. 

WILKIE, W G, Express Telgh Opr, bds at American 
Hotel. 

Wilkins, Samuel, Clk, cor Peters and Booth's alley. 

WILLIFORD, BEN J N, high sh'ff, w s Peters st and 
M & W R R. 

Williford, J T bds with B N W 

Williams, Joseph A, n s Mitchell, w of Haynes. 

WILLIAMS, ENOS, Jeweler, cor Decatur and White- 
hall — res e s McDonough, s of Rav/son. 

Williams, Amiziah, s s Ga R R, near Cemetery, 

WILLIAMS, J E, e s Fort, opp Oslin. 

Williams, M W S S, carp State shop. 

Williams, H L, bk k, with Philips c& Flanders ; s w c 
Gilmer and Collins, 

Williams, J N, at office of Georgia State Lottery — res 
e s Ivy, b Baker and Oslin. 

Williams, E H, Gro Mer, bds with D N Judsou. 

Williams, S S, car bldr, e s Luckie, near Hunnicutt. 

Williams, Thos. law student, bds with W W Wallace. 

Willingham, Riley M, carp, n s Decatur, b Calhoun and 
Butler. 

WILLIS, J M & CO., brokers, office in basement of 
James's Banking House, nee Whitehall and Alabama. 



276 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




HOUSE, SIGN AND 



^JIJ^.IW 



SOUTH SIDB HUNTER STREET, WEST OF "WniTEHALL, 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, 

WILL give his personal attention to tlie Painting of 

SIGNS, BANNERS. 

S?«liow-Oards, TV umlbei'ss, «&o,. 

Either Plain or in the most Fancy and Expensive styles. 

Also, all kinds of HOUSE PAINTING, GRAINING, MAR- 
B ING, and FitESCO WORK, done in the best manner, and at 
reasonable rates. 



WIL— WIT 277 



WILLIS, J M, (W, J M & Co,) cor Calhoun and College. 
Wilkinson, T C, printer, at Franklin Htuse, bds at Belle- 

vue House. 
Wilson, J J W, carp 8 w c Jones c& Connelly. 
Wilson, H A, mldr, bds with J J W W. 
Wilson, J A, mlder bds with J J W W. 
WILSON, Dr H L, w s Broad n of II R Bridge— res s 

e c Ivy and Wheat. 
Wilson, Mrs Jane, Mil and Fancy Goods, n s Decatur, b 

Pryor and Ivy. 
WILSON, Rev J S, D D, Pastor 1st Pres Church ; res 

n s Walton, b Spring and Bartow. 
Wilson, Monroe, carp, cor Butler and Jenkins. 
Wilson, T B, carp, e s Mangum, n of Rock. 
WILSON", Samuel, bk k, W & R R Shp, bds with Rev 

JS W. 
WILSON, HENRY, carp, bds with Mrs Mary H At- 
kinson. 
Wilson, M M, mach, Phoe Planing Mill. 
WING, H L, cond M <& W R R, e s Butler, b Ga R R 

and Hunter. 
Wing, J M, cond A & W P R R, e s Butler b Hunter 

and Fair. 
WINHAM, E L, printer at Franklin House, s w c Irwin 

and Randolph. 
WINN, Dr E E, (see p 272) Dry Goods Mer, e s White- 
hall, b Mitchell and Peters; res e s Whitehall, b Mitchell 

and Peters. 
WINSHIP, JOSEPH & CO., Foundry and Machine 

Works, n w c Foundry and W & A R R. 
Winship, Joseph, (J W & Co), n e c Walton and Bartow. 
Winship, George, (J W & Co,) e s Ivy, b Cain and 

Harris. 
Winship, Robt, (J W & Co.) n e civy and Cain. 
WITHERS, E A, mldr, at Winships's n s Hunter, e of 

King. 
WITT & NORMAN, (see p 252) gro & com mer, n e o 

Decatur and Ivy. 



278 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



a. L. JONES, ]VI. D. 



OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, in building occupied last year as 
" Central Hotel," North-west Comer of Ivy and Line Streets, 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

Orders may also be left wiHi MASSEY, SWANSON & CO., at 
their Drug Store, on Mitchell Street, near KO ARK'S CORNER. 



TIBBS HOUSE, 

JOH i^ ^ ARTS M, 

lE^rox^rletor, 



WIT— WYL 279 



Witter, Henry, cab mkr, at Phoenix Planina: Mills. 
AYOOD, T S, Jeweler, e s Whitehall, b Alabama and 

Hunter ; res cor Mitchell and Forsv' li 
WOOD, J C, Jeweler, bds with T S W. 
Wood, Wm M, bds with T S W. 
Wood, T W, Tinsmith, bds with J D W-irren. 
Wood, J W, bk m, bds with Mrs N N' Kidd. 
Wood, A P, bk m, n s Decatur, near Pratte. 
Wood, T G, cor Marietta and Hunnicutt. 
Wood, Coleman F, e s Crew, b Jones and Kawson. 
WOODBERRY, Dr JOSEPH F, n e c Ivy and Harris. 
Wooding, J W, carp, e s Butler, b Wheat and Houston. 
Wooding, H W, tchr, bds with J W W. 
Woods, Abrara, mach, at Atlanta Rolling Mill. 
Woods, J S, at State shop, nee Fowler and Thurraan. 
WOODS, WM F, eng A <& W P R R, n s Riwson, 

b Crew and McDonough. 
Woodside, B F, cab mkr n s Simpson, b Havden and Hull 
Woodrutf, J W, elk, bds with D N Judson. 
Woodruff, C R, Expressman. 
WOOTTE^T, CHAS F, Trader, s s A'abama, b Forsyth 

and Thompson. 
WOOTTE^f , W J, proprietor Tennessee Sale and Livery 

Stables, nee, Alabama and Forsyth. 
WORD, Dr ROBT C, w s Whitehall, b Hunter and 

Mitchell— res n s Mitchell, w of M & W R R, 
Wreden, W H, carp, bds at Mechanic House. 
WRIGHT, J A, (Glenn W & Carr,) n s Oslin b Collins 

and Calhoun. 
Wright, Hinton, with Chamberlin, Cole & Boynton. 
Wright, A G, gunsmith, etc., s s Garnett, near Peters. 
Wris/ht, Thos M, mldr, s s Thurman, b Fowler and R R. 
Wright, Wm D, works at State shop. 
Wright, C T, asst sawyer Empire Planing Mills. 
Wright, C T, sawyer, Emp Planing Mill. 
Wright, Mrs L B, Tchr, n s Petards, b Washington and 

Lloyd. 
Wyatt, Wm, bar k, n s Hunter b Butler and Terry. 



280 wrL— ZIM 



Wyly & Carroll, Grocers, w s Broad, b Hunter and 

Mitchell. 
"Wyly, Capt B F, (W & Carroll,) n w c Houston and Ivy. 
Wyley, J M, carp, State shop, e s Ivy, b Wheat and 

Houston. 
WYLIE^ JOHNSON & Co, (see p 202) cor Peachtree 

and Wheat, wholesale Grocers, etc. 
WYLIE, J R, (W, Johnson & Co,) s s Harris, b Calhoun 

and Butler. 
Wylie, Mrs N H, n s Fair, b King and Terry. 
Y/YNN, ALSTON &, attys, w s Broad, b Marietta and 

RR. 

Y 

YAHNKE, CHARLES, bar k, n s Alabama, near M & 
W R R. 

Yarbrough, Amon, w s Peters, n of junction of Walker. 
Yarbrough, Joseph, e s Walker, s of Stephens. 
YARBROUGH, JOEL S, Fam Gro w s Peachtree, near 

Marietta. 
Young, Robert, mach, W & A R R shop. 
Young, Dr David, Druggist, e s McDonough, opp Mitchell. 
YOUNG, JOHN, carp, at State shop, res n s Mitchell, 

w of M & W R R. 
Young, R C, stone m, s s Jones, b Crew and McDonough. 
Youngblood, Matthew A, carp. State shop : with Elias 

Black. 

z 

Zachry, Bertrand, Fur Dealer ; res at w end Rhodes st, 

near new corp line. 
Zachry, James, Gro Mer ; res at w end Magazine, near 

new corp line. 
Zachry, Geo A, Mer, n s Houston, b Ivy and Collins. 
Zichrv, Dr J L, n s Hunter, e of King. 
ZIMMEPvMAN S: VERDERY, (see p 270) Gro and 

C-iin M<'i-, u " r. Marietta and Broad. 
Z!MMEK\L\N II P, (Z and Verdery) e s Washington, 
b Clark a Fultou. 



APPENDIX. 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 

Alexander, Thos G, with J H White & Co. 

Aflair, Aug C, (Clayton & A.) 

Asher, Dr"W C, w s Whitehall, b R R and Marietta. 

Alston & Winn, Attys, w s Broad, n of R R bridge. 

Ayer. L W, Supt yd Emp Steam P Mill. 

Adamson, W R, carp, State shop. 

Arenz, C H, blk s Ga R R Shop. 

Barnes, R M, fam gro, w s Whitehall, b Peters and 

Mitchell. 
Bryson, T M, lumber dealer, e s Washington, near old 

corp line. 
Berman, Joe, saloon, s s Ala, b Pryor and Doyd. 
Boyd, W W, Jr, at office of Ga State Lottery. 
Brown, Sam S, So Ex Mess. 
Boroughs, Jas M, with A K Seago. 
Boyd, J L, rec and del elk M & W R R depot. 
Buchanan, R C, eng, W & A R R. 
Bridges, J, mach, at Winship's Foundry. 
Buchanan, J J, mach. State shop. 
Brady, M H, carp. State shop. 
Brady, Thos E, mach, Ga R R shop. 
Bishop, J V, blr mkr, Ga R R shop. 
Berry, Wilson, eng on Ga R R. 
Bacon, R A, chf elk Ft Dept, W & A R R. 
Bowyer, C E, tel opr, W & A R R Depot. 
Brocius, G W, pass cond, W & A R R. 
Bell, S L, day pass cond, W & A R R. 
Blair, A J, It cond, W & A R R. 
Bone, J C, ex ft cond, W & A R R. 
Bell, N J, ex ft cond, W & A R R. 
Boyd, T J, ex ft cond, W & A R R. 



282 APPENDIX. 



Boston, J H, ex ft cond, W & A R R. 

Bessenger, A, carp, W & A R R shoiJ. 

Buchanan, J, blr rakr at GuUatt's Mach Shop. 

Butler, R H, (Porter & B.) 

Bleckley, LE, Atty, s s Alabama, b Pryor and Lloyd. 

Bell, Marcus A, Atty, Granite Block, Broad St, b Mari- 
etta and R R. 

Boyd & Walls, cor Peters and Forsyth. 

W S Bradbury, paintei', s s Hunter, w of Whitehall. 

Chapman, W H, with E E Winn. 

Cox, Huwald & Co., painters, s s Mitchell, e of White- 
hall. 

Connor, Geo C, (Sheldon & C.) 

Chisolm, W P, broker, e s Whitehall near R R. 

Connelly, Henry, with P Lynch. 

Clayton, W H, So Ex Mess. 

Culberson, J H, foreman Phoenix Planing Mill. 

Culberson, A C, mach Phcenix Planing Mill. 

Callaway, Joshua, mach Erap Planing Mill. 

Church, Joseph, eng at Winship's Foundry. 

Churchill, A R, mach at Atlanta Rolling Mill. 

Crawford, M B, blk s. State shop. 

Cunningham, W A, turner. State shop. 

Crane, J E, carp. State shop. 

Chandler, D B, carp. State shop. 

Chapman, Henry, elk, W & A R R Depot. 

Campbell, V M, checker, W & A R R Depot. 

Clarke, Marshall J, Atty, s s Alabama, b Whitehall and 
Pryor. 

Calhoun, J M & Son, Attys, s s Alabama, near Washing- 
ton. 

Cawhern & Co., e s Peachtree opp Luckie. 

Crawford, Geo G, M D, w s Whitehall, near Mitchell. 

Dewberry, W T, gro e s Whitehall, b Hunter and 
Mitchell. 

Dobbins, M G & Co, Com brokers, cor Alabama and 
Whitehall. 

Douglass, J M, turner, Phoenix Planing Mill. 



APPENDIX. 283 



Durden, A J, carp, Emp Steam Planing Mill. 

Durden, G W, carp, Emp Steam Planinor Mill. 

Dewberry, Thos, mldr, at Winship's Foundry. 

Dudley, Geo K, eng, at Atlanta Rolling Mill. 

Dickson, Wm E, carp. State shop. 

Donald, J, carp. State sLop. 

Dunn, I J, ex ft cond, W & A R R. 

Dunn, Andrew, Sec'y Ga. Loom and Manuf. Co., e s 

Broad, next to P O ; res corner Peachtree and Harris. 
Daniel, James, mach, at Gullatt's Foundry. 
Daniel, Jas E, elk, at Post Office. 
Edwards, J L, carp. State shop. 
Edwards, George, pat mkr, at Atlanta Rolling Mill. 
Evans, B E, carp, State shop. 
Evans, Wm H, mach, with Porter & Butler. 
Eaton, Geo "W, mldr, with Porter & Butler. 
Ergenzinger, A, upholster and dealer in Furniture, n s 

Hunter, east of Whitehall. 
Farrar, R M, Agt A & W P R R. 
Franklin, Jas H, with E E Winn. 
Freck & Eisenhut, boot mkrs, e s Whitehall, b Ala and 

R R. 
Ferguson, L, with John Thomas. 
Ferguson, D W, with Orrae & Farrar. 
Fleming, Richard, yd master Ga R R. 
Flanders, James, eng, M tfc W R R. 
Flynn, F W, cab mkr. Phoenix Planing Mill. 
Frazer, C W, eng, W & A R R. 
Ferrill, Sara, eng, at Winship's Foundry. 
Fitts, J, blk s, State shop. 
Fight, L, blk s. State shop, 
Fifer, W H, mach, Ga R R shop. 
Fouche, M, way ft cond, W & A R R. 
Fuller, J W, bgge master, W & A R R. 
Godfrey, J E, notions, e s Whitehall, b Ala and Hunter. 
Gilbert, T, jeweler, s w c Ala and Whitehall. 
Gilbert, J, phys, e s Whitehall, b Ala and R R 



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Glenn, Wrij^ht & Carr, gro and com mer, cor Forsyth 
St and W & A R R. 

Glen, John C, trans elk Ga R R Depot. 

Goodwin, Henry C, So Ex Mess. 

Gentry, Sara, cond, M & W R R. 

Gammage, T M, eng, W ifc A R R. 

Gramling, J H, eng, W & A R R. 

Gideon, John W, carp, Emp Steam Planing Mill. 

Gramling, W E, turner. State shop. 

Gray, R L, ptr, State shop. 

Golden, Frank, checker, W & A R R Depot. 

Garrett, Thos W, day pass cond, W & A R R. 

Garrett, S, mach, W & R R shop. 

Grady, Thos, mach, W & A R R shop. 

Gartrell & Jackson, Attys, w s Whitehall b R R and 
Alabama. 

Granberry & Pease, Restaurant, s s Alabama near White- 
hall. 

Hightower, T J, (Ford & H.) 

Huwald, G A, (Cox, li & Co.) 

Plill & Candler, Attys, e s Whitehall, b Ala and R R. 

Han is, J R, M D, w s Whitehall, b Ala and Hunter. 

Howell, A & Co, cor Whitehall and Marietta. 

Howell, Clarke, elk, with A H & Co. 

Hoyle, Wm E, trans elk, Ga R R Depot. 

Hancock, John G, eng, M & W R R. 

Henderson, A A, tel opr, M & W R R Depot. 

Husketh, David, eng, M & W R R. 

Harris, B, carp, State shop. 

Hill, J A, carp, State shop. 

Henderson, B, carp. State shop. 

Harris, J H, carp. State shop. 

Hudson, W J, eng, Ga R R shop. 

Holland, M B, carp, W & A R R shop. 

Hunnicutt & Buice, gro, e s Peachtree opp Walton. 

Irby, D J, carp State shop. 

Jones, T M, bdg h, w s Whitehall, b Ala and R R. 

Johnson, M A, with Johnson & Echols. 



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Johnson, C W, So Ex Mess. 

Johnson, W A, eng, W & A R R, 

Jones, G L, M D, n w c Line and Ivy. 

Kr.ott, Dr E F, Drug, w s Whitehall, b Mitchell and 

Peters. 
Kilby, W J, tailor, with Herring & Leyden. 
Kirby, Timothy, with Peter Lynch. 
Kicklighter, Spencer C, with A K Seago. 
Knight, James, eng, M & W R R. 
Kile^C, eng, "VV&^A R R. 
Killen, N P, mach, W & A R R shop. 
Kicklightei', Chas J, elk, with A K Seago. 
Lowe & Stanton, successors to B TL & Co. 
Lichtenstadt, M, sewing machines, e s Whitehall, b Ala 

and Hunter. 
Laws, E R, com and pawn broker, e of Whitehall St, 

fronting R R, 
Lester, B D, seedsman, at Johnson & Echols' store. 
Lyons, J L, turner, Emp Steam Planing Mill. 
Logan, Samuel, ptr. State shop. 

Miliedge, John, Jr, Atty, s s Ala, b Whitehall and Pryor. 
McPherson, A P & Co, boot mkrs, w s Broad, n of R R. 
Mitchell, E S, elk, at Southern Ex Office. 
Mitchell, I S, with I G M. 
Mitchell, Dr W D, w s Walker, near Peters, 
McNabb, David, eng. Phoenix Planing Mills. 
McGuire, John, carp, Phoenix Planing Mills. 
Morris, T A, eng, W & A R R ; res s e c King and Ga 

R R. 
Martin, Thos, eng, W & A R R. 
Marsh, John, eng, W tfc A R R. 
Manning, A A, elk, at Post-Office. 
McAllister, G C, turnei". State shop. 
Milligau, P II, carp, State shop. 
Martin, Silas, eng on A & W P R R. 
Morse, L E, way ft cond, W & A R R. 
Moore, J C ex ft cond, W & A R R. 
Moreton, F. mach, W & A R R shop. 



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McClellan, Wm, pat mkr, W & R R shop. 
Mell, E S, elk, W & A R R Car Factory. 
Middleton, G, macli, at Gullatt s Foundry. 
Muuicipal Government — Re-organization : 

ALDERMEN. 

1st Ward. — W T Castleberry, *Ri chard Peters. 
2d Ward.— *E E Rawson, A W Mitchell. 
3d Ward.— Geo W Terry, W C Anderson. 
4th Ward.— J E Gullatt, W B Cox. 
5th Ward.— *J A Hayden, A P Bell. 

* Elected February 19. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

On Finance. — Peters, Mitchell, and Bell. 

On Ordinances. — Mitchell, Hayden, Peters. 

On Streets and Side- Walks. — Gullatt, Rawson, Hay- 
den. 

Wells^ Pumps., and Gisteriis. — Cox, Anderson, Castle- 
berry. 
Lamps and Gas. — Hayden, Terry, Peters. 
Belief. — Rawson, Castleberry, Terry, Gullatt, Bell. 

On Market. — Hayden, Gullatt, Castleberry. 

On Fire />e/>«.— Bell, Gullatt, Cox. 

On Police. — Rawson, Cox, Anderson. 

On Cemetery. — Terry, Mitchell, Rawson. 

On Public Buildings and Grounds. — Anderson, Terry, 

On r«a;.— Mitchell, B.'ll, Cox. 

On Salaries.— Co^, Mitchell, Rawson. 

OTHEB COKERCTIONS. 

E Hall, pol, instead of Jas. Campbell. 

J A Hinton, poUceraan. 

Woodliff, (A P) pol, should read O P Woodliff. 

Roach, (R J) City Phys, should read E J Roach. 

The above embodies all the changes from the original 

organization, published on pages 53, 54. and 65, up 

to March 10th. 



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Nelson, J M, fam gro, n s Mitchell, b "Whitehall and For- 
syth. 

Neely, C R, carp, Phoeuix Planing Mill. 

O'Keefe, D C, M D, e s Whitehall, near Hunter. 

O wings, J D, elk, with Herring & Leyden. , 

Orr, John, eng, M & W R R. 

Pegg, S G & Co, n s Mitchell, b Broad and Forsyth. 

Paoiiello G, conf, e s ^yhitehall, b Ala and Hunter. 

Parr, J S & C W, painters, Phoenix Planing Mill. 

Pate, Jas A, yd master, W & A R R. 

Pearsall, A, blr makr, W <fc A R R shop. 

Porter & Butler, proprietors Atlanta Machine Works, 
s w c King and Ga R R'. 

Porter, Jas H, (P & Butler.) 

Price, Dr J W, pro Bellevue Hotel. 

Pangle, H L, gro, s s Marietta, near Whitehall. 

Quigley, Anoch, blr mkr, Ga R R shop. 

Rutledge, Joseph I, Scalesman, Ga R R Depot. 

Rusk, Wm, eng, M & W R R. 

Renard, J F, eng, W & A R R. 

Reid, Thos, blk s, at AYinship's Foundry. 

Robert, A J & Co, gro cor Broad St. and M & W R R. 

Smith, Levi J, elk, vrith Ford & Hightower. 

Salbide, M, with B Garcia. 

Sells, Dr. H, Prest Ga Loom and Manufacturing Co, e s 
Broad, next P O. 

Stewart, JAB, mon elk. So Ex Office. / 

Smith, Jesse, mon del elk. So Ex Co. 

Slater, John J, So Ex Mess. 

Stark, Jas H, So Ex Mess. 

Shields, Robert, (Cox, Huwald & Co.) 

Sparks, L, cab mkr. Phoenix Planing Mills. 

Smith, M W, elk. Post Office. 

Smith, Frank, pat mkr, at Atlanta Rolling Mill. 

Schenck, E E, mach, Ga R R shop. 

Shearer, W C, boiler mkr, Ga R R shop. 

Strong, B R, receiving elk, W & A R R. 

Shumate, A V W P, watchman, at Porter & Butler's. 



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Standard, Geo, mldr, with Porter & Butler. 
Trimble, P M, gro, n w c Whitehall and Mitchell. 
"The Daily Opinion," Granite Block, west s Broad St, n 

of R R ; W L Scruggs, editor and proprietor. 
TALLULAH FIRE COMPANY, No. 3— 

OFFICERS ELECTED FEBRUARY 22, 1867. 

S W Grubb, Prest ; E A Center, Vice Prest ; W C 
Shearer, 1st Director; Geo Thompson, 2d Director; 
J J Rogers, Hose Director ; John D Clarke, Sec'y ; 
L H Clarke, Treas ; John A Hill and A Thieme, 
Axemen ; W R Biggers, Del Fire Dept ; H S Orme, 
M D, Surgeon. 

" The Ladies' Home," w s Broad, n of R R bridge ; John 
S Prather editor and proprietor. 

Tyler, C, eng, W & A R R Car Factory. 

Thompson, B W, carp. State shop. 

Tomlinson, H, Dalton ft cond, W <fe A R R. 

Thompson, J R, switch cond, W & A R R. 

Van Goidsnoven, E, conf and nurseryman, w s Whitehall, 
b Ala and Hunter. 

Van Epps, Geo C, So Ex Mess. 

Verdery, George, cond on Ga R R. 

Watkins, J C, tam gro, Decatur St, opji A & W P R R. 

Walker, Mathew T, Drug, with A Howell & Co. 

Walker, James, So Ex Mess. 

Welborn, C R, carp, Phcenix Planing Mill. 

Waters, J C, turner. State shop. 

Wallace, C B, Gen'l Agt W & A R R. 

Webster, W R, chf elk pass dept, W & A R R. 

Wilson, Hugh, mldr, at Gullatt's Foundry. 

Wilson, Jas T, mldr, with Porter & Butler. 

West, T W, Agt, soda svater, w s Lloyd, b Alabama and 
Hunter. 



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