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1364837 ^^^- i^CHAAF, President 



Fred. Schmiu, Secretary' 



INDIANAPOLIS 

J GENfiAkOC^-COLi^CTlON 




MANyFOTRERS' ® CMIPENTERS' 



UNION 






Manufacturers of Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door and Window 

Frames, Brackets, Mouldings, Etc., Flooring, Ceiling, 

Rough and Dressed Pine, Poplar and Ash 

Lumber, Flooring Worked, Lumber / 

Sawed and Dressed to Order/ 

Also, Dealers in 

FRAME LUMBER, 

Shingles and Lath, Newels, Balusters and Job Turning. 

Estimates FurnisliGi"' ' 



FACTORY AND OFFICE, 38, 40 AND 42 S. NEW^TERSEY ST. 



fFRED. DIEKMANN. HE RY PAULI. 
Directors^ CHARLES LAUER. FRED PRANGE. TELEPHONE .590. 

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-^CIGAR BOX>»i 

Manufacturers. Also dealers in Labels, Ribbons, Nails, Wi^ 

Flavors, Colors, Etc. ' ' iv'^ -^ 

105 and 107 South New Jersey St., INDIANAPOHS. (Hi 




Joseph W. Buchanan, 

25, 27 and 29 SOUTH EAST STREET, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



B®= This Plow is made from Wrought Iron and Steel 
exclusively, and adapted especially to Railroad. Street 
and Township Work. B®"Every Plow Warranted to 
Give Satisfaction. 



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MANUFACTURER OF WROUGHT lAON AND STEEL 



ROAD PLOWS # WAGONS 

I IMtaiinfactare all kinds ofWagrons, Brick Beds, Coal, l^ime. Farm 
and Clay Carts, Sprinij: 'Wasrous, Steel Scrapers, Brick Barro-ws, 
Bovrlder Pounders, . Buck Boards, Tvro-H«rse Gravel R:akes, ^tc. 
All 'Work Pully IJVarranted. 



GRANITE 



MONUMENTS 



STATUARY 



A. A. McKAIN, 

32 MASSACHUSETTS AVE, 



Indianapolis, Ind. 



INDIANAPOLIS 

STEREOTYPE WORKS, 

Electrotypers and Stereotypsrs, ' 

7t East lATashington St., Indianapolis, Ind. 



We are prepared to execute promptly and in the most finished manner, JOB 
AND BOOK WORK, and in fact, ELECTROTYPE and STEREOTYPE WORK 
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. We have the most thoroughly equipped 

ELECTROTYPE FOUNDRY 

in the State. Book Publishers, Job Printers and Manufacturers having Electro 

typing to do will consult their own interests by calling upon us before 

placing their orders. We continue to supply Newspapers with a 

First-Class Plate Service. 



If you are publishing a Newspaper, call at our office and we will be pleased to 

show you proof sheets ; also the best style of " make-up " now in use, 

while in the matter of the plates themselves, nothing 

is left to be desired. 



71 EAST WASHINGTON ST, 



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Received Premiums, $850,000. Paid Losses, $350,000. 

GRUBB.PAXTON&CO 

GENERAL 

Real Estate, Passage, Loans, Foreign Exchange, Advertising and 



INSURANCE 



AGENTS, 

39 and 31 Circle St., Indianapolis, Ind., U. S. A. 



Insarance effectpd in First- 

ClasN C'onipanies on all 
classes of Insurable Prop- 
erty at all points in America. 



Prompt Attention 
(iiren to all Business En- 
trusted to us. 



BROKERS. ADIUSTERS. 



A. B. ABBOTT, President. F. M. WYANT, Sec and Treas^. 

T). HAMMOND. VicePres. and Manager. E. J. LANDOR, Engineer. 

M. ALDER, Sup't. 

Wrought Iron Bridge Company 

Yi. IflT. Itf INSLOW, General Agent, 

Office,:37 West Washington Street, INDIAN AP OIjIS, INI). 



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B1JII.DKRS OK IROPi, ^WrOOO AND COMBIKfAXION 

Railroad, Highway and City Bridges 

ABiD GEKBRAI^ IRO]K COP«STRUCXIOJ«. 

As a guarantee of tlie superiority of our work, we refer to bridges erected by us in Indianapolis 
and tlirougliout the State of Indiana. Over 7,000 bridges now in use. 

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Bates Transfer Co. 



LARGE WAGONS FOR 

HOUSEHOLD eOODS and PIANOS 
Bands, Parties, PicnicSi 

TEnLE:p:Eio:tTE sis. 

BAGGAGE AND PACKAGES 

Taken to Depot and All Parts of the City. 
CHARLES A. BATES, Manager, 2 Circle St. 



Bates Transfer Co. 



R. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Indianapolis City Directory 



FOR 188Y. 



EMBRACING A COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BUSINESS FIRMS 

PRIVATE CITIZENS, AN IMPROVED CITY MAP, A DIRECTORY 

OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OFFICERS, CHURCHES AND 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS, BENEVOLENT, LITERARY AND 

OTHER ASSOCIATIONS, BANKS, INCORPOE- 

ATED INSTITUTIONS, INDIANA 

STATE GOVERNMENT, Etc. 



TO WHICH IS ADDED 

A COMPLETE CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

OF INDIANAPOLIS. 




INDIANAPOLIS: 

COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BY E. L. POLK & CO. 

CARLON & HOLLENBECK, PRINTERS AND BINDERS. 

1887. 



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INDI.A.NiA. 



INDIANAPOLIS. 

MRS. HATriE AUGUSTA PRUNK, Principal. 

(Graduite of the Boston University School of Oratory, uuilar tli j late Lewis B. Monroe.) 

Elocution and Oratory Taught in all Branches of the Art, including the Delsarte System 
of Gesture and Dramatic Expression. 



Instruction in Physical and Vocal Culture, Expressive Reading and Oratory. The 
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and Shakesperian Studies. Essays revised. (Summer Term especially adapted to the 
wants of Teachers, Students and those unable to attend at other seasons of the year.) 

Particular attention given in this School to the training of persons desirous of becom- 
ing Pufefic iJ^earfer-S or Sttidents of the Dramatic Art. Also Dialect or 
Character Impersonations. Pupils can enter at any time. Boston and New 
York methods used, and varied to suit individual needs. For further information call 
on or address 

368 West New York Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

MRS. HATTFE ArCtUSTA PRUNK, Pi incipai. 

Blake .Street cars pass the School. 



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HAMMOND to be as "free 

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Send for descriptive circular. 



Business University 

AGENT, 

31 When Block, INDIANAPOLIS. 



Instruction on this popular machine 
given at the Business University. 



INTRODUCTORY. 



Herewith is presented to our patrons and the general public the Thirty-second con- 
f^ecutive volume of the Indianapolis city directory. 

The edition for 1885 had a total of 740 pages ; the volume preceding the present one 
showed a gain of 100 pages over that of 1885, while this edition has 930 pages— a gain of 
ninety pages over the 1886 edition. J..Oo4;o3 » 

The directory for last year contained the names of 45,012 persons. In this volume 
there are a total of 48,375 names — a gain during the last directory year of 3,363 names. 

"While these tigures show that the city of Indianapolis is having a steady yearly 
growth in population, the classified directory presents the fact that almost every trade, 
profession and manufacturing enterprise known to the leading metropolitan cities of the 
country, is fully represented in the capital city of Indiana. The information contained 
in the miscellaneous directory has been carefully revised and many important additions 
made, until it now is a true reflex of the religious, educational and social interests of the 
•city. 

The excuse made by some business men for not ordering the directory when the can- 
vasser is obtaining information, is, that in a city like Indianapolis no necessity exists for 
its annual publication. As evidence to the contrary, the statement is made that during the 
■canvass for this volume, which was made mostly in the last six weeks of 1886, no less than 
1,310 vacant dwellings, stores, offices, etc., were found. The latter part of January, 1887, 
these vacant premises were again visited, when 574 were found occupied. This shows that 
there are between five hundred and six hundred changes in location of places of business, 
residences, etc., every month. These changes and the influx of new residents seem to 
make the annual publication of the city directory an imperative necessity. 

All that years of experience, a liberal outlay of money and the aid of a corps of 
trained canvassers could do to make the present edition entirely reliable and correct has 
been done. To the business men who have given the publication their support in the 
way of subscriptions and advertising favors our thanks are extended, and to those who 
never buy a directory, we would say that in the future, as in the past, we shall use our 
best endeavors to have their information accurately and briefly inserted. 

THE PUBLISHERS. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 

Additions and Removals 14 

Asylums, Hospitals, etc 54 

Bands of Music 71 

* Banks and Bankers 54 

Board of School Commissioners 50 

Board of Trade 63 

Building, Saving and Loan Associa- 
tions 54 

Business Directory 859 to 930 

Cemeteries 57 

Churches 57 to 60 

City Officers 49 

Clubs 61 

County Officers 53 

Courts. 61 

Federal Officers 62 

Fire Department 51 

General Directory 107 to 857 

Incorporated Companies 62 to 65 

Indiana State Government 49 



PAGE. 

Insurance 65 

Labor Organizations 66 

Libraries 67 

Medical and Dental Societies 68 

Military 68 

Miscellaneous Directory 49 to 106 

Miscellaneous Societies and Oraganiza- 

tions 68 

Musical Societies 71 

Newspapers and Periodicals 71 

Parks 76 

Police Department 53 

Postoffice 73 

Public Buildings, Halls, etc 74 to 76 

Railroads 76 

Schools 78 

Secret Societies 79 to 85 

Streets and Avenues 86 to 105 

Township Officers 53 

Ward Boundaries 105 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY NAMES. 



PAGE. 

Adams John Q opp 892 

Aneshaensel&Strong, right top corner cards 

Atkins E C & Co front cover 

Atkins' Soap Co back cover 

Backus, Brandt & Gould 898 

Baird & Dillon 925 

Baldwin D H & Co 

bottom edge and opp 132 

Baldwin I D 45 

Baldwin, Miller & Co right bottom lines 

Balke & Krauss opp 132 

Bates C A jr opp 141 

Bates Transfer Co 8 

Bennett Telegraph and Electric Co 

right top lines and opp 150 

Bird's Transfer Co 156 and 908 

Black J S opp 157 

Bordenkecher Katie 85 

Bowen-Merrill Co front cover 

Bradford C left top corner cards 

opp 170, 86 and 910 

Bradley & Swaim 22 

Brenneke DB 878 

Brinker & Habeney 4 

Bryant's Business College 22 

Buchanan J W.... right bottom corner 

cards and 4 

Burford Wm. B opp 192 

Burton L F 

back cover and facing back paster 



Butler C 21 

Capital City Steam Boiler and Sheet 

Iron Works 20 

Capital Rubber Stamp Works 22 

Caylor Allen 892 

Central Live Stock Insurance Co 

left side lines 

Chandler H C 21 

Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Ry.. 40 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Ry ' 37 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois R R 36 

Chicago & Grand Trunk Ry 43 

Chicago & Northwestern Ry 41 

Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton R R... 33 
Cincinnati, Wabash & Michigan Ry... 47 

Cincinnati Southern Ry 30 

Conde H F right side lines 

Consolidated Tank Line Co 

right bottom lines 

Crane S'D right bottom corner cards 

Day Thomas C & Co back cover 

Dennison Manufacturing Co 

back bone and back fly leaf 
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Naviga- 
tion Co opp 858 

Eagle Machine Works Co ...right side lines 

EdenC&S C 26 

Elkhorn Valley Line 48 

Eureka Non Conducting Steam Pipe 
and Boiler Covering Co li> 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Evansville Eoute 36 

Fairbanks & Co right bottom lines 

Fearnaught A right top lines 

Foltz &Cook 25 

Forsinger G C left bottom lines and 21 

Frenzel Bros right top corner cards 

Gardner T W 897 

Grady LP 25 

Graeter Wm F 874 

Grand Kapids & Indiana R R 46 

Grubb, Paxton & Co 

bottom corner cards and 7 

Hammond Type Writer 

bottom lines and 10 

Hood H P front cover and 911 

Huey M S & Son 

front embossed line and 3 

Humphreys M E & Co 23 

Huntington & Hoss right top lines 

Hutchinson C L 871 

niinois Central RR 39 

Indiana Detective Asssociation 25 

Indiana Trust & Safe Deposit Co 

right top corner cards 
Indianapolis Business College.. bottom lines 

Indianapolis Business University 

front cover and 10 and 29 
Indianapolis, Decatur& Springfield Ry 31 

Indianapolis M & C Union front paster 

Indianapolis News 28 

Indianapolis Sentinel 16 

Indianapolis Stereotype Co 6 

Kelleher P J back cover 

Kemker C H 888 

Koerner C C right bottom lines 

Langsenkamp Wm 23 

Laycock C F & Co left bottom lines 

Leonard John R 

left top lines and opp 499 

Levey Bros & Co opp 501 

Lieber H & Co left top corner cards 

Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Ry 45 

LoyD M 17 

McCann & Co 26 

McGilliard & Dark-back bone and opp 527 

McKain A A front edge and 5 

McWorkman W 22 

Missouri Pacific R} 38 

Manufacturers Mutual Fire Insurance 

Co back embossed line and 15 

Mayer George J 22 

Messenger W H..right bottom corner cards 

Metropolitan Mnfg Co 874 

Miller & Gundelfinger 26 

Miller & Reeves 17 

Millikan J N & Co 24 

Mills & Stringer left bottom lines 

Missouri Pacific Ry 38 

Monon Route 45 

Morning Star Publishing Co opp 579 

Mueller J A D 923 

Mueller L 24 

Navin & Sons 929 



PAGE. 

NickumW A 24 

Noe F M 926 

Noble & Anderson 20 

Noelke Fred 23 

Nordyke & Marm«n Co back paster 

Northern Pacific RR 34 

Owen, Pixley & Co bottom corner cards 

Park Dr & Sons left side lines and 25 

Phelan M E 890 and 902 

Pioneer Brass Works left side lines 

Polk R L & Co 32 

Poole A. J 18 

Porter Mrs W H • 15 

Prunk Hattie A 10 

Pyle House 15 

Queen and Crescent Eoute 30 

Rafert C F 20 

Ratti Joseph opp 650 

Rockwood. Newcomb & Co. ..left side lines 

Rubush Wm G opp 683 

Salisbury & Stanley 

left bottom lines and 24 
Sammons & Mueller.right top corner cards 

Shearer & Amos 19 

Shearman W G 

side reference line front cover and opp 917 

Shover & Christian 

left bottom lines and 27 

Smith Frank H opp 731 

Solliday H F 18 

Sommerville T E right side lines 

South vSide Foundry Co 

right bottom corner cards 
Steeg & Bernhamer....left top corner cards 
Stumpf & Thiele.-right bottom corner cards 

Taylor Major 897 

Trook, Heeb & Redman 

front cover 10 and 29 

Troy Steam Laundry 898 

Tutewiler H W left top lines 

United Mnfg Co 18 

Vandalia Line 35 

Vonnegut Clemens left top lines 

Vonnegut & Bohn-.top corner cards and 861 

Wabash, St Louis and Pacific Ry 42 

Wallace Samuel _ 26 

Wasson Wm G right top lines 

Weaver F.M 20 

Wehking Charles 25 

Weinberger Herman 891 

Wells James right side lines 

When Clothing Store, 

left bottom coii.er cards 

Wiebke & Prange 19 

Wiegel Wm 923 

Winslow W.W 8 

Wisconsin Central Line 44 

Wrought Iron Bridge Co 8 

WyckoflT, Seamans & Benedict, 

top edge and opp 851 
Zener, Friedley & Co., 

right top lines and opp 855 



ADDITIONS, REMOVALS, ETC., 



RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR REGULAR INSERTION. 



Adams David O, photographer, res 61 N 

Arsenal ave. 
Adams Henry C (Adams & Glazier), res n 

w cor 2d and Alabama. 
Adams & Glazier ( Henry C Adams, Charles 

C Glazier), ins agts 92 E Market. 
Allen Chester, law student Ritter & Eitter, 

bds 401 Central ave. 
Areline Catharine (wid James), res 661 S 

Meridian. 
Artists Co-operative Portrait House, C F 

Bishop mngr 76J E Washington. 
Barnes G 'W & Co (George W 

Barnes), Installments 64 E Market. 
Benbow Mark (Union Book Co), res Mun- 

cie, Ind. 
Bert Henry L,, Merchant Tailor 16 

N Meridian, res 116 Plum. 
Bishop Charles T, mngr Artists' Co-opera- 
tive Portrait House, res 48 Ash. 
Black Thomas S, carp Wm Loucks, res 46 

Michigan ave. 
Bogardus Wm B, meat market 137 Mass 

ave, res same. 
Borchers & Chamness (Herman Borchers, 

Eli M'Chamness),mnfrs wire cutters and 

meat tenderers 346 N Mississippi. 
Bowers Charles, res 87 John. 
Bowlus John W, lawyer 22 Vance block, 

bds 115 N Illinois. 
Brooks Anna, res 110 Harrison. 
Brown "Wm X, Lawyer room 34 

Vance block, res 456 Broadway. 
Brunswick Hotel, 16 to 22 Circle. 
*Bush Irvin, barber, rms Park House. 
Canfield Jeremiah D, cooper, bds 78 S 

West. 
Carroll Frank, painter S Wallace, res 33 

Grant. 
Cass Dayton, barber Circle House, res 61 

Ft Wayne ave, 
Catterson Scott, Wholesale Hard 

Wood Lumber Rooms 11 and 12 Bald- 
win Block, res 3 Water. 
Cline Edward, expressman, bds 249 W 

Washington. 
Cortoaley "Wm H, Lawyer and U S 

Claim Agent 43 and 44 Vance Block, bds 

Pyle House. 
Coval Edward, cooper Wood & Smith, res 

91 S West. 
Curtis James B (Morris, Newberger& Cur- 
is), rms 180 N Illinois. 



Debolt Michael, city agt J L Keach, res 
665 Madison ave. 

*Dickerson John J (Dickerson & Smith), 
rms Park House. 

*Dickerson & Smith (John J Dickerson, 
Thomas Smith), barbers 573 S Meridian 
and 117 Virginia ave. 

Ewick John H, saloon 466 S Tennessee, res 
492 same. 

Oilbert Harry A, Proprietor Bruns- 
wick Hotel 16 to 22 Circle, res same. 

Gearen Wm F, filler Spiegel, Thoms & Co, 
bds 47 Deloss. 

Glazier Charles C (Adams & Glazier), res 
395 N East. 

Griffin Charles K, Secretary of 
State, Office State House, res 224 Broad- 
way. 

Harden Xyre N, Supreme Organizer 
United Order of Honor, rm 22 60 E Mar- 
ket, res 136 E St Clair. 

Harvey Henry H, P O registry elk, res 150 
Hoyt ave. 

Hasselman Otto H, Propr Has- 
sel man-Journal Co, res 100 E Michi- 
gan. 

Ing^elmann H H,Teas and Coffees 16 
Prospect. 

Lane Matthew (Wood & Lane), res 86 N 
New Jersey. 

L,Oy David m, Stoves and Tinware 240 
S Meridian, res 27 Rockwood. (See adv 
P 17). 

Mozart Hall, 37 and 39 S Delaware. 

Panden & Sickford (Joseph M 
Panden, George Sickford), Second Hand 
Pianos and Furniture 6 Indiana ave. 

Peacock Mary H, bkkpr elk Sup Court, 
bds 203 N Noble. 

Peacock Wm T, elk C I St L & C Ev, res 
203 N Noble. 

Peacock S Harry, fireman CI St L & C Ey, 
res 203 N Noble. 

Shanebergfer G IHt propr Vienna 
Bakery 75 Mass ave, res same. 

Williamson David A (D A Williamson & 
Co), res Nordyke ave nr Morris. 

'Williamson » A & Co (David A 
Williamson, J Frank Yuncker), Lumber 
Dealers junction Belt E E and Stock 
Yards (W I). 

Withrow Allan, foreman The People, res 
468 N West. 



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MANUFACTURERS and MERCHANTS 

IN'SUKE YOUR F'KOPERTV IN THF. 

MANUFACTURERS' 

MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

HOME OFFICE, ROOMS 35 and 36 VANCE BLOCK. 

This being a liome institution, and as we pay no commission to agents, we can save you 15 per cent, 
from your present board rates. For further information, please call at the offlce or address 

CHAS. B. FUIMSTON, Secretary. 



OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: 
A. H. NORDYKE, of Nordyke & Harmon Co., President. 

W. E.SMITH, Secretary Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Chicago, Vice President. 
GEO. MERRITT, of Geo. Merritt & Co., Treasurer. 

CHAS. B. FUNSTON, Underwriter, Secretary. 

S. F. ROBINSON, President Acme Milling Co. 

ISAAC THALMAN, of C. E. Geisendorflf & Co. 

GEO. T. EVANS, of Richardson & Evans. 



PYLE HOUSE 

35 NHHTH MEHinmN STREET, 

CORNER OHIO STREET, 



Half Square North of Circle, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



First-Class Accnuinindatiniis. 

RatESj $1. and Sl.Sn Pep Day 



REDUCED RATES TO PERMANENT BOARDERS. 

MRS. W. H. PORTER, Proprietress. 



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Daily and Snnday Sentinel. 

THE DAILY SENTINElT 

As the state Representative and Exponent of the Democratic 
party, no paper seeks to divide the field with the SENTINEL, 
circulating in over two hundred cities and towns tribu- 
tary to the Capital, while in Indianapolis its dis- 
tribution reaches almost every home and 
business house. 

As a Newspaper, the new Management has introduced many 
new mechanical and news features that make it the equal 
of any of the metropolitan journals. It is the 

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It is the largest and most attractive Sunday Paper in Indiana, 
having fifty per cent, more circulation than any of its com- 
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Globe down to 4 a. m. each Sunday Morning, besides 
a mass of current News and Miscellany. Supplied 
by Newsboys or Sentinel Carriers at five cents 
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INDIANAPOLIS, ----- INDIANA. 



R. L. POLK & GO'S 

Indianapolis City Directory. 

1887. 
H&verti6lng Department. 

Tin, Copper and Sheetlron Worker 

240 South Meridian Street, 

InsriDi^2L.iNr^zk:Fonijis, Xi<TiDXJk.i<r^^. 

General Joto Work of Every Description. Maiuufacturing, Repairioa' 

and icetinninjir Hotel and Restaurant Utensils a Specialty. 

Satisfaction Guaranteecl in Quality and Prices. 

MILLER & REEVES, 



Livery, Boarding & Sale Stalile 

2S East Pearl StrsBt, 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

First-Class Vehicles of Every Description always on hand. Horses Boarded 
and Well Attended to by the Week, Day or Month. 



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Nos. 96, 98 & 100 South Pennsylvania Street, Corner Georgia, 

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BAKING POWDERS, 

Bxtracts, Vinegar and Grinder of Spices. 
Packer of Prepared Buckwheat Flour (in season). 
^We make a specialty of Bakers^ & Butchers^ Supplies. 

All goods bearing our brand are guaranteed to suit both dealer and consumer in 
every respect. 

WESTERN BRANCH, 348 North Main St., WICHITA. KAS. 

LIGHTNING TUBE AND FLUE CLEANER 



The simplest, most efficient and 
the best. It will pay for itself many 
times during the year in the saving 
of fuel. We also claim for this 
Cleaner, that when used, according 
to directions, it is the greatest pro 
tection against the burning of thi 
boiler of anything now in the market. 
Send for circular and price list. 



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niAIxiAGltR, 



29 South Pennsylvania Street, | 
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 




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C. H. WIKBKE. 



H. C. PRANGE. 



WIETBKE & PRANGE, 



-Dealers in All Kinds of- 



COAL ^ COKE 

LIME, PLASTER, LATH, CEMENT, ETC. 

Office and Yard, No. 27 Biddle St. 

Branch Oflace, No. 151 Massachusetts Avenue. 

CALL TELEPHONE NO. 1030. 



C. J. W. SHEARER, S^c'y and Treas. 

EststTolislieca. in leSO. 



I. N. AMOS, Snp't. 



EUREKA NON-CONDUCTING 

Steam Pipe I Boiler Govering Company 

Absolutely Fire-Proof on botli Boiler and 
Steam Pipe, 

No Felt, Hair or other Combustible in Contact with Pipe or Boiler Snrface. 




O The invention of 

a practical engi- 
neer, and in suc- 
cessful ufce four 
years. 

Scientific, practi- 
cal, efTective and 
cheap. 

For further par- 
ticulars, prices, di.s- 
counts, etc., ad- 
dress the Company 




I, half-in. air colnrmi next to pipe. A, half-in. hair 



148 CLIFFORD AVENUE, - - INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



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COXTTRACTOR and BT7ZZ.DBR 




AND DEALER IN- 



LUMBER, 

Latli, Shingles, Sash., 

Doors and Blinds. 

Office, 123, 125 and 127 East Pratt St., 

Between Delaware and Alabama Sts. , 

Ail Job Work Promptly Attended to and Satisfaction Guaranteed 



w. jvoBLit:. 



J. T. AiVS>KBSON. 




Capital City St eam Boiler and Shee t iron Works. 
NOBLE & ANDERSON, '^"^ 

Manufacturers of 

BOILERS BUILT TO ORDER, 
HEATERS, WATER TANKS, 
SMOKE STACKS, BREECHINGS, 
FIRE FRONTS, GRATE BARS. 

Second-Hand Boilers for Sale. Repairing 
of Engines and Boilers by First-cla?s, 
Workmen, and Estimates furnished 
on short notice. Orders by Mail 
and Telegraph, will be attend- 
ed to Promptly. 
149 SOUTH MISSISSIPPI ST., TWO SQUARES WEST OF UNION DEPOl . 

FOR RUNNING SEWING MACHINES. 

WOMAN'S 

PROTECTION. 



It enables the most delicate woman 
to RUN HER MACHINE WITHOUT 
INJURING THE HEALTH. CAN 
BE ATTACHED TO ANY SEWING 
MACHINE. 

IMtanufacturecI by 

6 West Ohio St., INDIANAPOLIS. 




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Established 186::. 

Wood Engraving, Photo-Eugraving, Zinc Etching and Relief rintos of all kinds for Maps, Diagrams, 

Newspaper Cuts, Etc., furnished to order. TELEPIIONi'- 1077. 







In!)I^N/IP0IiIS,lND. J 



PRACTICAL 



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ROOFER, 

Pitch and Gravel Composition. 

TAnstic and Iron Roofs Laid or Reprtired. Tin, Iron and Shingle Roofs Repaired and Painted with 
Fire- Proof Painl. Indiana Paint and Roofing Go's Slate Paint and Rubber Roofing Applied. 
Work Guaranteed. Estimates Free. Prices Reiisouable. 

Builders' Exchange, Box 53. TELEPHONE 417. 

OFFICE, 42 SOUTH PENNSYLVANIA ST., INDIANAPOLIS. 

(^C. BUTLERS 

MANUFAcn'UKER OF THE 

Celebrated Butler Square Guitar 

Dealer in Musical Instruments and Sheet Music. Repairing and Remodeling of 
Imperfect Finger Boards a Specialty. 



93 NORTH ILLINOIS STREET, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



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apital RUBBER STAMP Works 

GEO. J. MAYER, Proprietor, 

• Manufac-tni-yr of 

Rubber Stamps 

SEALS, STENCILS, CHECKS, STEEL STAMPS, ETC. 

Self-Inkiug, Dating, Ctiiieeiii:g. Pocket and Novelty Stamps of every 
descriptinn. Send for Illustrated Catalogue. 

11 South Meridian Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 







Tlie Only Institutiosi of ttse kincl l!Vest 
or Soutli of ttie I^akes i>vith ^vlnicli Bryant Is Coiiiiected. 

The Oldest, Most Thorough and Most Practical as Well as the Best Known Institution of 

the Kind in the West, Conducted by the most Experienced, if not the Only, 

Practical Accountant in the Business. 

Sas Unsurpassed Teacher of JPeuuianship ivhose specimens are nsecl hy other Colleges. 

Be carejul to call on or address THOS. J. BItYANT, President, 

66 1-2 JSf. Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis. 

M. E. BRADLEY, JOHN B. SWAIM, Associates and Proprietors. 



JM. McMZDRKMAN, 



-MANUFACTURER OF- 



GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES 

Window and Dopr Trimmings, Patent Skylights, 
Slate and Tin Roofing. 

35 Snulh fllahama St., Indianapnlis. 



Geiulnil Job Work in Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron. Prompt Attention given to- 
work out of the city. 



i 



ARCHITECTURAL IRO N WORKS. 

FREDERICK ^GELKE, 



-Manufacturer <ot 



JAIL 




WORK. 



IBOli lOOF TIUSSIS, 

Specialties of Manufacture : Bank Vaults, Iron Doors and Window Shutters, Iron 

Stairways, Walk Lights, Iron Bedsteads, Window Guards, Bolts and 

General Iron Building Material, Etc. 

Nos. 212, 214, 216, 218, 220, 222, find 224 

South Peirnsy/i/ania Street INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

\NU, LANGSENKAMP, 

COPPERSMITH, 

Cor. Delaware and Georgia Streets, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Manufacturer of Brewers' Fire and .Steam Kettles, False Bottoms, Beer Coolers, 
Alcohol Stills and Columns. Jg@°-Gas Generators and Soda Fountains, Candy 
Kettles, Dyers' Cylinders and Vulcanizers. Sheet- Copper, Sheet Brass, • 
Copper and Brass Tubing. 

ALSO WORKER IN C! A1.VAN1ZEI> SHEET CRON. 



M. E. HUMPHREYS & CO., 

SLATED TIN ROOFERS. 



Wholesale Dealers in Roofing Slate. 
Agents for BANGOR UNION SLATE CO. 



Black, Green, Purple an^l Red Slate. Satis- 
factory reference given. All work 
guaranteed waterproof. 

289 East Washington St., Indianapolis, Indiana. 



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WEBSTER A. NICKUM. 

TAXI DER MISC! 

All Kinds of Birds, Animals, Reptiles, Fishes and Insect* 
Prepared, Stuffed and Mounted to Order. 

Stuffed Birds and Animals on Hand for Sale. 
ALL WORK WARRANTED MOTH PROOF. 

Cash Paid for Find Specimens of Owls, Eagles, Herons and Bright Colored Birds. 

Hat Birds of all Kinds for Ladies' Hats. Fur Robes Lined and Mounted to Order. 
464 South Illinois Street, IndlanapoHls, Ind. 




P. A. Salisbury. 



SALISBURY & STANLEY, 



C. N. Stanley. 



Contractors and Builders, 

177 Clinton Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 



Carpenter Work and Repairing of All Kinds Done on Short Notice. 
«@" Order by Telephone No. 999. 



J, N. MILL IK AN i& CO, 




Contractors anl luillsrs 



Painters and eilaziers, 
No. 167 IMCictalKan Avenue. 

Job Work a Specialty. Estimates cheerfnlly fur- 
nished on all classcR of worlc in our line. 
Leave Orders with Robt. Martindale, 
62 E. Market St. Telephone 701. 



L. MUELLER, 



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Merchant Tailor 

The Finest and Most Complete 
Stock in the City. 

L. MUELLER, Jr., Cutter. 



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Disinfectant -i^nrJJT? Fl"D ID A D ZTaA- Emollient 

Detersive. ^* 1 tilL Ull, I^AlixV^^ Hygienic. 

SULPHO- CARBO L SOAP. 

ror the Toilet. Q^^ PARK^ SONS, l^or tlie Bath. 

SOLE MANUFACTURERS, 
Factory and I,atoorator> , IMIllAiyAEmi lO 

319 EAST MICHIGAN STREET. INUIANAr ULIOi 



SOLD BY DEALERS IN FIRST-CLASS SOAPS, 

INDIANA G[T[GTII![ ASSOCIATION, 

L. P. GRADY, Chief, 

No. 25 West Washingtou Street, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



All business strictly confidential, detectives furn- 
istied at all titnes at lo^w rates. 

— Contractor ot 

BRICKWORK 



contractor ot— ^ ^ ^ ' ^ .i ' ^ ' ' ^'^ ^ 



861 Nortli New Jersey St., 
INI5IANAPOI.IS, IND. 




ORDERS 

I^eft at Box 26, Builders' Hxchanj^e, x'^o. ^x Siiouth t'enusylvania St 



promptly iittendlecl to. 




FOLTZ & COOK, 

I LIVERY, BOARDING 



Hack and Sale Stable. 
30 SOUTH PENN. ST., INDIANAPOLIS. 



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McCiiNN & CD., 

(Successors to Bradley & Co.) 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

/l/os. 76 and 18 EAST MARYLAND STREET, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 

REFERENCES— A. A. Barnes, Udell Wooden Ware Works, North Indianapolis; A. F.Bradley, Indt; 
pendent Ice Co. ; Indiana National Bank, and Mercliants generally. 

""" Miiler&Gundelfineer, ■--•■•■ 
PLUMBERS I GAS FITTERS 

PUMPS, SINKS AND GAS FITTERS. 

Job work promptly attended to on short notice. 

Condit Block, 19 Sonth Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

40 J|@" We appeciate favors and want your work. 40 



TIN SIGNS. '^3'^M^XaXlrf^OS'S f'l'-^SS SIGNS. 

NOVELTY SIGN WORKS 

WEST MARYLAND STREET. 

OPP. GRAND IfOTEL. INDIANAPOLIS. 

BOARD SIGNS. fc) Vv^l- €^ <\"g^, MUSLIN SIGNS. 



A.C\ Calls by postal or letter for estimates -will receive prompt attention. We contract for /LC\ 
^■^ advertising signs in lots of 100 and upwards. ^V/ 

I 

CHARLTON EDEN. SA.MIKL C. EDEX 

c. dc s- c. :eide3^, 

CONTRACTORS £ BUILDERS 

JOB WORK A SPECIALTY. ADJUSTERS OP FIRE LOSSES. 

Shop and Office, No. 1 Snsquelianna St. Residence, 70 East Vermont St. 



J. E. SHOVER. W. F. CHRISTIAN. 

SHOVEB & CHBISTIAN, 

CONTRACTORS 

A ND BUILDERS. 

Architects and Superintendents. 



HnUSE, SIGN ftNn nHNAMENTftL 



Library and Art Furniture. 



DEALERS IX MIRRORS, FRENCH PLATE, SHEET, CUT, EMBOSSED AND 
CATHEDRAL GLASS. 



HflMfflEREn MM HIHBEn ELflSS 



lE'CDTl sz^"2-3^ia-:E3:i's. 



Nos. 115 to 125 Nortli Aialiama Street, 

IXTDZASTAPOZiZS, ZXTDZASTA. 
Telephone 160. 



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ThelndianapolisNews 



30 West Washington Street. 



BY MAI] ' 

:$6.00 a Y( ir 

50 cts. a Month 
Postage Paid. 




DAILY : 

2 cts. per Copy. 

Delivered by 
Carriers in Prin- 
cipal Towns in 
Indiana at 

10 cts. Per Week. 



The TYiodel and rriarvel of W'eMern journalisni; only 

afternoon paper at the Capital, and the daily 

visitor of more than 300 thriving towns in all 

directions, distributed^ by carrier in each. 



The Advertising columns of The News— its "Wants," "For Sale," " For Trade," 
€tc. — are the medium for the sale and exchange of millions of property annually, besides 
countless errands done the public in " Lost " articles recovered. Houses and Farms 
leased, marriages and deaths recorded. 8^° Only one cent per word each insertion. 



JOHN 1^, [^OLLlDiJY & CO., Proprietors. 



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A WDRTP 



INSTITUT 



ID'l^ [JF LEARNip, 




WHEN BLOCK, 21 to 40 North Pennsylvania 8t. 



Kslablished ls'>o. 



Bryant & Stratton. 



Incorporated 188G 




(The consolidation by purchase and transfer of the Bryant & Stratton Business ColleRc, the Indianap 
olis Business College, Bryant's Business College and Granger's Business College.) 

THE LEADING COMMERCIAL AND SHORT-HAND SCHOOL IN INDIANA. 

reinianent Facnltj- of Experienced and Competent Instructors. 
Thorougli and Efficient Metliods of Practical Business Education. 
Bay and Night School. Class and Individual Instruction. Students enter 
any time. 

Every young man and woman needs, for a successful future, the Practical Business Training secured 
in this institution. 



COURSE OF STUDY. 

BOOK-KEEPING.-PENMANSHIP, ARITHMETIC, COMMERCIAL LAW, CORRESPONDENCE, 
ENGLISH, SPELLING, BUSINESS FORMS, . 
And the details of Practical Affairs by Actual Business (oiiice) Practice. 
ELOCUTION, GERMAN, FRENCH AND SPANISH provided for. 

-^Shnrt;-Hand,oStGnnoraptioandoTypG-Writing> 

PROF. WILLIAM S. TUCKER, Principal of the Bepartment. 

We teach the most practical systems of Phonography, and have the best equipped 
Shorthand School in the State. The Principal has the unqualified endorsement of 
capable critics as an efficient teacher of the Phonographic Art, aud is recognized as one 
of the most expert Instructors in his specialty. 

r' .A. O T S. 
The Business University has the facilities for imparting practical business education. 
It does not resort to false statement.s to secure patronage. 
It neither boasts to visitors nor spreads deceptive promises on paper. 
It has what it advertises, and meets the expectations of its patrons. 
It does not rely upon transient, incompetent persons to keep school. 
Its proprietors and teachers are conscientious, faithful workers. 
It inculcates honest business principles and upon that basis rests its future prosperity. 

Complicated and confused Accounts Accurately Adjusted. Partnership books 
opened and Balance sheets satisfactorily rendered. 

Call at University Office, E. J. HEEB, ] 

31 -WHEPf Bi^ocK. TVM. M. REDMAN, 

Send for Catalogue aud Commercial Current— FREE. E. B. OSBORN, 

Address BUSINKSS UMVEKSITV. W. S. TUCKER, J 



Principals. 



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QUEEN AND CRESCENT 

(Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads.) 



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NEW ORLEANS, FLORIDA, TEXAS, VICKSBURO, BERMINGHAM, 
CHATTANOOGA, MERIDIAN and the PRINCIPAL 
• POINTS SOUTHEAST AND SOUTHWEST. 

THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST. 

MORNING and NIGHT TRAINS FROM CINCINNATI with SLEEPING 
and BUFFET CARS to nearly all IMPORTANT CITIES of the 
SOUTH WITHOUT CHANGE. 



ONLY LINE RUNNING THROUGH CARS to JACKSONVILLE, FLA., 

In 28 Hours. 



gm* SPECIAL NOTICE. Travelers have a choice of two kinds of 
Sleeping Cars on the Queen and Crescent Route — Mann's Elegant 
Boudoir Buffett Car, and Pullman's Finest Palace Buffett Sleeper 
(State Room Pattern). 



Ti^" JfecLTly all the lending railroads couurct a'iththe Oiieen and 
Crescent in the Grand Central Union Depot, Cincinnati. PASSEN- 
GERS HOLDING TICKETS WITH THIS LINE are therefore SAVED TRANS- 
FER ACCROSS THE CITY, and are assured a, journey attended with 
SPEED, COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE. 

TRAVEL VIA ftUEEN AND CRESCENT, 

Picturesque Line of the Southern States, 

General Offices, St. Paul Building, West Fourth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

.TORN C. GAULT, Gen. Manager. H. COLLBRAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. 

R. CARROLL, Gen. Superintendent. R. X. RYAN, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt. 



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DECJkXXJR RlOXJTE, 

POSITIVELY 

THE SHORTEST 

ROUTE TO 

KANSAS CITY 

And All Points West, 

ST. LOUIS 

And All Points Southwest, 

ST. PAUL 

And All Points Northivest. 
THE ONL Y LINE R UNNING 





Between Indianapolis 
and Keckuk, la., 

Without Change via. W., St. L. 
& P. Ry., and the Only Line 
Having tivo Daily Connec- 
tions and Through Cars to 

SPRINGFIELD, 
JACKSONVILLE, 
HANNIBAL, 
QUINCY, 

AI«I> INTERMEDIATE rOINTS. 

GRAND UNION TICKET OFFICE. 

146 Soutli Illinois St., (Spencer Mouse), 
and Union I>epot. 




Wm. M. Hicklix, 

City Pass. Agent. 

'G. W. Bender, 

Superintendent. 



H. A. Cherrier, 

Ticket Agentt 

Jno. S. Lazarus, 

Gen'l Pass Agent. 



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^R.L.POLK&"CO'S»^ 

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DIRECTORY LI BRARY 

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PRESS BUILDING, 

Cor. Circle anb flDeribian Sts- 



Late Directories of all the Principal Cities of the United 
States and Canada in our Directory Library for the use of 
strangers and our Indianapolis patrons. 



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I Mji LliJlJI I I I M 1 I I I I I I 

=THE=OLD=RELIABLE= 

TTTTTnTM 11 I 11 1 I I I M I I I 

Cincinnati, Hamilton = 



CHi^D 



>^ Dayton R. R. |"""'"'^''"*"'"°''^°'^^^°"""- 



: «gr BEST Ij3:3>TE to -A-lsTID ^I^03^ "®ft 

• • ClNcll^lviAT) • - 

AND ALL POINTS EAST. SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST 



BETWEEN CHICASO mil mrmr'"^ ^-- - 



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y'^'<°'-'^f,^S.^S^S>V?S.''SSili"-o>.^-- 



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PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPERS ON NIGHT, 
— ^AND 
LUXURIOUS PARLOR COACHES ON DAY TRAIN 

MAKING CLOSE CONNECTIONS AT CINCINNATI FOR 

NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, 



BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON, RICHMOND, Virginia ; LYNCHBURG, CHATTA- 
NOOGA, LEXINGTON, DANVILLE, Kentucky; KNOXVILLE, ATLANTA, 
MACON, AUGUSTA, Georgia ; CHARLESTON, SAVANNAH, MONT- 
GOMERY, MOBILE, JACKSONVILLE, Fla.; NEW ORLEANS, 

— AND — 

ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH. 

IJIggS:* Also making close connections at Dayton for New York, Boston, Albany, 
"•^^ Buffalo, Erie, Cleveland, and ALL POINTS EAST. 

^^I^g:^ Also making close connections at Toledo for Detroit, Lansing, Saginaw, Bay 
^*' City, Mackinaw, Toronto, Kingston, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec, and ALL 

POINTS IN MICHIGAN AND CANADA. 

For tickets or information apply at Grand Union Ticket Offices, corner Illinois Street and Kentucky 
Avenue, 146 South Illinois Street, or Union Depot Ticket Office, INDIANAPOLIS. |^"Don't mistake , 
the Line or Location of the Offices. 



C. C. WAITE, CHAS. H. ROCKWELL, 

Vice-Pres. and Gen. Manager, Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt., Cincinnati. 



W. H. FISHER, 

Gen. Agt., Indianapolis, Ind 



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BUSINESS MEN, 

Emigrants, Tourists and Land Seekers, 

IN FACT ALL CLASSES OF PEOPLE 
Slioiild Bear In ITEtiid that the 

j^orthern Pacific J{, R, 

FROM 

ST. PAUL or MINNEAPOLIS, 

Is the Line to tbe Farming and Wheat Lands of Minnesota and Dakota. 

ROUND TRIP LAND SEEKERS' TICKETS, to Jamestown, La Moure, Devil's 
Lake, Bismarck, Cooperstown and Milnor at greatly reduced rates. To Portland, Oregon, all 
principal points in Washington Territory and Oregon, and the Only Line by which Through Tickets 
can be procured to Tacoma, Olympia, Seattle and British Columbia. 

THE PIONEER LINE running Through Pullman Sleeping Cars, Through Emigrant Sleep- 
ing Cars, Through Coaches, and the Only Line running Dining Cars to the Pacific Coast. First-class 
in every respect. Meals in Dining Cars only 75 cents each. No extra charge for accommodations in 
Emigrant Sleepers. 

THE ONLY RAIL LINE to the Yellowstone National Park. Popular Excursions at Greatly 
Reduced Rates. 

^"■The Passenger Department of the Northern Pacific R. R. will have on sale at Minneapolis and 
St. Paul, during the Tourist Season extending generally from about June 10th to October 10th, a 
Special Excursion Ticket which will include : 

1st. Rail Transportation, St. Paul, Minneapolis or Duluth to Cinnabar (terminus Yellowstone Park 
Branch, flfty-one miles from Livingston) and return. 

2d. Pullman Sleeping Car Fare, St. Paul, Minneapolis or Duluth to Livingston and return. 

3d. Meals on Dining Cars, St. Paul, Minneapolis or Duluth to Livingston and return. 

4th. Stage Transportation, Cinnabar to Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, thence to upper Geyser 
Basin and Great Falls of the Yellowstone and return. 

5th. Meals and Lodgings at Hotels of Yellowstone Park Improvement Co. for a five days' trip to 
Upper Geyser Basiu and Great Falls of the Yellowstone. The rate for these tickets during the season 
of 1886 was $120.00, and rate for next season will probably be about the same. This ticket allows 
Passengers to remain in the Park as long as they may desire. Stage Coupons good any time during 
stay. Hotel Coupons provide for Five Days accommodations. Parties remaining longer obtain 
reduced rates for balance of stay. These tickets will be on sale by Southern and Eastern Lines also. 

The round trip can be made from St. Paul including complete tour of the Park as above, In nine 

'^^^'' ALL HOTELS WILL BE OPENED EARLY IN JUNE. 

^^Improve this opportunity and visit th"? Wonderland of the World, and include a trip through 
Puget Sound along the Northwest Coast to Sitka and " AIsBku's Thousand Isles," the most picturesque 
and attractive pleasure tour on the American Continent. 

^^Handsomely Illustrated Publications, Maps, Folders and General Information furnished on 
application to the undersigned. 

CXI-A-S. S. FEE, 
D. W. JANOWIT'^, General Pa.ssenger and Ticket Agent, St. Paul, >liiin. 

Dist. Pass, and Land Agent, Indianapolis, Ind. 



The VAWDALIA 



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IS THE 




By it you can always get as LOW RATES as by indirect routes. Quicker 
Time and Better Accommodations. It is the 

SHORT LINE to ST. LOUIS 



am All POmtS B MISSOORI, KABSAS, IEXAS art oiler WESTERN STATES art TERRITORIES. 



Four Through Trains from Indianapolis to St. Louis 

As follows: Leave Indianapolis at 7.30 a. m., 12.00 noon, 10.00 p m., and 

11.00 p. M. Arrive at St. Louis at 5.00 p. M., 7.30 p. m., 

5.45 A. M , and 7.00 a. m. respectivel3^ 



1^ ..m.^^lE^/^1^ 



.jm^.:^ 



ARE RUN ON DAY TRAINS, 



1364837 



"RTEW RECLINING CHAIR CARS^^^=^^^^^^ H 

11 ...^..^.^.AND PULLMAN SLEEPING CARU 

These are a great luxuiy and comfort to passengers taking long journeys. Connections are made in 
Union Depots whenever changes are necessary; thus transfers are entirely avoided. 

THE VANDALI,^ Affords Comfort and Fast Trains to Passeng-ers holding- 

Second-Class Tickets. Bag'gag'e Checked through from 

Starting- Point to Destination. 

ROUND TRIP TICKETS TO ALL IMPORTANT LAND POINTS 

Are Regularly on Sale, and are Sold at a Beduction from One-Way Rates. 



Information regarding the Line, Through Car Service, Rates of Fare, Etc., will be 
cheerfully furnished upon application to any agent of the company, or 



48 West Washington St., 



X3:- IS. ^)E!:EeiiNr<3-, 

Ass't General Passenger Agent. 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



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^HEsizHiFASTEST TIME^^:^ 



South # Southeast 

PALACE BUFFET SLEEPING CARS RUN DAILY 



^Vithout change and on a fast schedule which cannot be made by any other line 

between the same points. The time made by the fast train on 

this route between Chicago and Nashville, is 

less than sixteen hours. 



• O'P'O'' 



THIS ROUTE IS THE MOST DIRECT ONE TO 

CHATTANOOGA, ATLANTA, MACON, SAVANNAH, 
CHARLESTON, BIRMINGHAM, MONTGOMERY, 

And to all Points in FLORIDA, and is the Scenic Route to 

]V[0BILE#]\[EV/ 0]^LE£]^Ig. 

NO EXTRA FARE ON THE CHICAGO AND NASHVILLE FAST TRAIN 

Fo', Bites, Time Tables and information in detail, address 

WILLIAM HILL, Gen l Passenger Agent, 

CHICAGO, ILL. 



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WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL 
SEE BY EXAMINING THIS MAP, THAT THE 




CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R'Y 



By reason of its central position, close relation to principal lines East of Chicag-o 
and continuous lines at terminal points "West, Nortli^west and Southwest— is the 
only true middle-LLnk in that transcontinental system which invites and facil- 
itates travel and traffic in either direction between the Atlantic and Pacific. 

The Rock Island main line and branches include Chicag-o, Joliet, Ottawa, L.a 
SaUe, Peoria, G-eneseo, Moline and Rock Island, in Illinois; Davenport, Musca- 
tine, "Washing'ton, Fairfield, Ottumwa, Oskaloosa, "West Liberty, Iowa City, Des 
Moines, Indianola, "Winterset. Atlantic, Klnoxviile, Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie 
Centre and Council Blu£Fs, in Iowa; Gallatin, Trenton, St. Joseph, Cameron and 
Kansas City, in Missouri; Leavenworth and Atchison, in Kansas; Albert Lea, 
Minneapolis and St. Paul, in Minnesota; "Waterto-wn in Dakota, and hundreds 
of intermediate cities, towns and villages. 

THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE 

Guarantees Speed, Comfort and Safety to those who travel over it. Its roadbed 
is thoroughly ballasted. Its track is of heavy steel. Its bridges are solid 
structures of stone and iron. Its rolling stock is perfect as human skill can make 
it. It has aU the safety appHances that mechanical genius has invented and 
experience proved valuable. Its practical operation is conservative and method- 
ical—its discipline strict and exacting. The luxui'y of its passenger accommoda- 
tions is unequaled in the "West— unsurpassed in the world. 

ALL EXPRESS TRAINS between Chicago and the Missouri River consist 
of comfortable DAY COACHES, magnificent PULLMAN PALACE PARLOR 
and SLEEPING CARS, elegant DINING CARS providing exceUent meals, and 
—between Chicago, St. Joseph, Atchison and Kansas City— restful RECLINING 
CHAIR CARS. 

THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE 

Is the direct, favorite line between Chicago and Minneapolis and St. Paul. Over 
this route solid Fast Express Trains run daily to the summer resorts, pictiu-esque 
localities and himting and fishing grounds of Iowa and Minnesota. The rich 
wheat fields and grazing lands of interior Dakota are reached via "Watertow^u. 

A short desirable route, via Seneca and Kankakee, offers superior inducements 
to travelers between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette and Council Bluffs, St. 
Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, St. Paul and inter- 
mediate points. 

AU classes of patrons, especially families, ladies and children, receive from 
officials and employes of Rock Island trains protection, respectful courtesy and 
kindly attention. 

For Tickets, Maps, Folders — obtainable at all principal Ticket Offices in the 
United States and Canada— or any desired information, address. 



R. R. CABLE, 

■Pres't &. Gen'l M'g'r, Chicago, 



E. ST. JOHN, 

Ass't Gen'l M'g'r, Chicago 



E. A. HOLBROOK, 

Gen'l Tl<t. &. Pass. Agt., Chicagef 



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IF YOU ARE GOING TO TEXAS 

This route (M., K. & T. Div.) takes you through- the Indian Territory, 
entering TEXAS via DENISON. 

T\A/n nATTV TDATMQ Leave the St. Louis Union Depot 

lYVU JJAiLl lAAliNO through without change 



SAN ANTONIO, AUSTIN, DALLAS, FT. WORTH, and other 
Leading Texas Points. 

The p.iuipmeut of the MISSOURI I'ACIPIC RAIT.WAY is unsurpassed. ITLLMAN SLKKPINU audi 
BUKKET CAItS HORTOX'S KKCLIMNG CIIAIUS (free), and HANDSO.MK DAY tOACIIKS. Land 
Explorers' Tickets on sale at REDUCED RATES. 

THROUfiH TICKKTS via MISSOURI I'ACIKIC RAILWAY on sale at all Coupon Ticket Offices of 
Connecting Mnes. 



W. H. NEWIWAN, 

General Traffic .Manager, ST. LOUIS. 



H. C. TO WIN SEND, 

(ieniral Passenger and Ticket .^ gent, ST. LOUIS. 



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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. 

The Shortest, Quickest and Only 
Direct Route between 



AND THE ONLY ROUTE RUNNING 



Palace Sleeping Cars Through Without Change 



The ShortestiOnly Direct Route 



BETWEEN 



CHICAGO and MEMPHIS, 
VICKSBDRG and MOBILE 

^Villi but One €liaii$;e of Cariii. 



THIS IS THE SHORTEST ROUTE 

BETWEEN 

cmc-^o-o 

AND 

Arkansas and Texas 



QUICK AKD DIRECT ROUTE 

BETWEEN 

CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS 

WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS, 

Makiug direct connections at St. Louis, in Union Depot, 
to and from Kansas City, Leavenworth, Atchison, St. 
Joseph, Denver and all Points West. 



QUICK and DIRECT ROUTE 



TO AND FROM 



SPRINGFIELD, 

PEORIA AND KEOKUK. 



THE SHORTEST AND ONLY ROUTE 



BETWEEN 



CHICAGO and CAIRO 

WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS, 

Making direct connections at Cairo or St. Louis, for 
Little Rock Hot Springs. Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, 
Galveston and San Antonio. 



ONLY ROUTE RUNNlHSTHMeH TRAINS 

BETWEEN 

Chicago IJ Dubuque, Independence 

WATERLOO, CHARLES CITY, 

Cedar Falls, Ackley, Fort Dodge and Sioux City, con- 
necting in Sioux City, in Union Depot, for Yankton, 
Beloit, Sioux Falls and all parts of Dakota; also; for all 
points on the Missouri River. 



Elegant Palace Sleeping Cars run through from Chicago to New Orleans, 
Cairo, St. Louis, Dubuque and Sioux City. 

Passengers to avail themselves of the great advantages offered by this route should .see 
that their Tickets are via The Illinois Ckntkal Railroad. 

TICKET OFFICES:— 121 Raiulolpli Si rod ; Cciili-al Depot, foot 
of Lake Street; and l>epol, foot of 22«l Street. 
Cliica^^o, Illinois. 



C. A. BECK, 

GenT Superintendent. 



A. H. HANSON, 

Gen'l Passenger Agent. 



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SHORT LINE. 

The use of the term "Short Line" in connection with the corporate name of 
a great road, convej^s an idea of just what is required by the traveling pub- 
lic—a Short Line, Quick Time and the Best of Accommodations— all of which 
are furnished by the greatest railway in America, 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul 

It owns and operates over 4,500 miles of road in Northern Illinois, Wisconsin, 
Minnesota, Iowa and Dakota; and as its main lines, branches and connections 
reach all the great business centres of the Northwest and Far West, it natur- 
ally answers the description of Short Line, and Best Route between 

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Minneapolis. 

Chicago, Milwaukee, LaCrosse and Winona. 

Chicago, Milwaukee, Aberdeen and Ellendale. 

Chicago, Milwaukee, Eau Claire and Stillwater. 
Chicago, Milwaukee, Wausau and Merrill. 

Chicago, Milwaukee, Beaver Dam and Oshkosh. 

Chicago, Milwaukee, Waukesha and Oconomowoc. 

Chicago, Milwaukee, Madison and Prairie du Chien. 
Chicago, Milwaukee, Owatonna and Faribault. 

Chicago, Beloit, Janesville and Mineral Point. 
Chicago, Elgin, Rockford and Dubuque. 

Chicago, Clinton, Rock Island and Cedar Rapids. 
Chicago, Council Bluffs and Omaha. 

Chicago, Sioux City, Sioux Falls and Yankton. 

Chicago, Milwaukee, Mitchell and Chamberlain. 

Rock Island, Dubuque, St. Paul and Minneapolis, 
Davenport, Calmar, St. Paul and Minneapolis. 

Ptillman Sleepers and the Fiiietl Diiitiig Cars in llic ^Vorld 
are run on the main lines of the CHICAGO, JVIILrWAHKEE & ST. 

PAUL. RAILWAY, and every attention is paid to passengers by cour- 
teous employes of the Company. 

ROSWISLL iniLLKR, A. V. H. < ARPKNTfiR, 

Oenerjil Manager. Gen'I Pass, and Ticket Agent. 

J. T. €LARK, <SEO. H. HRAFFORD, 

General Superintendent. Ass't Oen'l Pass, and Ticlcet Agent. 



\_ 



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The Chicago and Northwestern R'y 

IS THE 

SHORT LINE AND POPULAR ROUTE 

BETWEEN 

CS XX X CS .A. Gr O 

AND 

'MILWAUKEE, SIOUX CITY, 

MADISON, YANKTON, 

WINONA, OMAHA, 

ST. PAUL, DENVER, 

MINNEAPOLIS, SALT LAKE CITY, 

CEDAR RAPIDS, SAN FRANCISCO, 

COUNCIL BLUFFS, PORTLAND, Ore. 

And all Points in the 

West, North and Northwest 

JtS 6,000 Miles of Road peuctiates the RICHEST and BEST portions of 
■ SEVEN GREAT STATES and TERRITORIES, and with its nuun branch and connect- 
. ing lines it affords the most ample facilities for reaching all points of interest in the Far 
West and Northwest. 

To Passengers it offers the superior advantages of a first-class track and 
' road bed; close connections in Union Depots with trains of branch and connecting lines. 
PALACE SLEEPING CARS, PALATIAL DINING CAKS and a ueneral train service 
and equipment that is unequaled. 

To Freight Shippers it affords most complete and perfect arrangements for 
tran.smission of goods and stock. Ample Depot and Dockage facilities, Track Con- 
nections with every Railroad entering Chicago. Car Load Freight through without 
-transfer, and all possible facilities for SPEED and SAFETY. 

Patronize the Northwestern. 

It is the Only Route to the BLACK HILLS, and the Original California 

Fast Freight Line, equipped with air brake cars and all facilities for quick 
handling of Pacific Coast Freight. 

^r"For Route, Rates and all required inforniation. apply to any of the following: 

M. HUOHITX, E. P. WILSON, 

General Manager. General Passenger Agent. 

H. C. WICKER, H. R. McCLLLOlGH, 

Traffic Manager. General Freight Agent. 

CHICAGO, ILL. 



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Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, 



MAP OF THE 
WABASH, ST.LOUIS & PAC. R.W 




Iowa, Michigan, Ohio. 

Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific 



ie^f^IIL.T7;7"^^-^. 



3/^ n A MILES UNDER OJVE MAIVAGEMENT, 
9W U U Through the GARDEN of the H^ORLD. 

THE GREAT THROUGH CAR ROUTE! 



NO CHANG OF CARS BETWEEN 



St. Louis and New York, 
St. Louis and Boston, 
St. Louis and Chicago, 
St. Louis and Council Bluffs, 
St, Louis and Kansas City, 
St. Louis and Ottumwa, 
St. Louis and Toledo, 
St. Louis and Des Moines, 



Chicago and Kansas City, 
Chicago and Peoria, 
Chicago and Louisville, 
Toledo and Quincy, 
LaFayette and Buffalo, 
Springfield and Atchison, 
Indianapolis and Michigan City, 
Indianapolis and Detroit. 



Finest Day Coach and Sleeping Car Equipment 

CELEBRATED DINING CARS ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS, 

F. CHANDLER, A. A. TAI.ITIAGE, 

General Passenger and Ticket Agent, St. Louis, Mo. General Manager, St. Louis, Mo. 



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The Chicago & Grand Trunk 




GRAND TRUNK RAILWAYS 

RUN SOLID TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN 

CHICAGO AND NIAGARA FALLS 

Without change of Cars of any Class, witli Through Pullman Cars to 
NEW YORK and BOSTON without change* 



DINING CARS ON LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS. 

THBOUGH PULLMAN CARS DAILY Chicago to Sagindw Valley, Chicago to Buf- 
falo, Chicago to Niagara Falls, Chicago to New York, Chicago to Toronto, 
Chicago to Montreal, Chicago to Boston. 

PAMAniAM DACCCMOCDC ^^"^ ^'^^ have their Baggage examined and Passed Customs at 
uHllHUInll r AOOLII ULIlO our Depot in Chicago, cor. Fourth Avenue and Polk st., thereby 
avoiding all annoyance and delay at the Canadian frontier. 



Detroit, Grand Haven & Milwaukee Railway 

THE SHORTEST, CHEAPEST AND MOST PLEASANT ROUTE 

BETWEEN 

THE NORTHWEST, MICHIGAN, CANADA and the EAST. 

SLEEPING OARS ON NIGHT TRAINS AND PARLOR CARS ON DAY TRAINS. 

\mm IH DISTANCE SAVED BETWEEN MILWAUKEE md DETROIT md tlie EAST, 



JOSEPH HICKSON, (General Manager, 
L. J. SEAKGEAPiT, Traffit- Manager, 
WM. EDGAB, Geit'l Pass. Agent, 

Grand Trunk Railway, Montreal. 



W. J. SPICKK. General Manager, 
<JKO. B. KEEVE. Traflic Manager, 
W. E. DAVIS, Gen'l Pass. Agent, 

Chicago dt Grand Trunk R'y and 

Dct., G. Haven & Milwaukee R"y, 

Chicago, lU. 



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S ummer or W inter, 

in either direction between 
MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL, 



IILWAUKEE, CHICAGO, 

the:east, 




will contribute to your happiness. 



2 



SOLID THROUGH TRAINS 

EACH -WAY DAILY 



2 



NEW RICHMOND, 

CHIPPEWA FALLS, 
EAU CLAIRE, 

STEVENS POINT, 
NEENAH, 

OSHKOSH, 

FOND DU LAC, 
WAUKESHAand BU RLINGTON. 

PALACE DINING CARS 

on all through trains, in which meals are served at the 
uniform price of 75 cents, 

PALACE CHAIR CARS 

on all day trains, with polite and attentive porters. 

PALACE SLEEPING CARS 

unrivalled by any in the world, on aU night trains. 



The "Short Line" to all points in Central 
Northern and Eastern >Vlscon.sin, and on the 
Michig:aii Peninsula. 



F.N.FINNEY, A.A.ALLEN, 

Gen'l Manaser. Ass'l Gen'l Managei 

JAMES BARKER, 
General Passenger and Ticket Agent. 
MILWAl'KKK. WIS. 



4;") 



MONON ROUTE. 





THE PULLMAN CAR LINE 



Indianapolis j'^^'tiNciNNATi, 

{ LOUISVILLE, 

AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. 



The Direct Line to New Orleans and Florida, 

Allowing Stop Over at Louisville or Cincinnati, 

Mammoth Cave, Chattanooga, Atlanta, and 

All Principal Cities of the South. 



For Descrlplive Books, Paniplilet!^, elo., call on or addroMtt any A^eiit of the 
MOAON ROUTK. 



THE ONLY LINE RUNNING 

Two Daily Solid Pnllmaii Trains Between Chicago and Louisville, 



[. U. BALDWIN, Dist. Pass. Agt., 2« S. Illinois St., Indianapolis, Ind. 



JOHN B. CARSON, E. O. lUcC ORIVICK, 

Tice-Pies. and Gen'I Manager. Gen'l Passenger Agent 



cxacic-A-o-o, ixjX.. 



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THE FISHING LINE. 




T-^ISIE TiaiE 



6rand Rapids & Indiana R. R 



THE DIRECT ROUTE TO 



TRAVERSE CiTYj 



PETOSKEY, 



MarqiJette, 



AND OTHER DELIGHTFUL 



Health I Suimer Resorts of Northern Michigan 

And the Celebrated Trout and Grayling Streams, Beautiful Lakes and Grand 
Forests of this Famous Country. 



Tlie IVaters of Northern Michigan are unsurpassed, if equaled, in the abundance and great 
Tariety of fish contained. 

Brook Trout abound in the streams, and the famous AMERICAN GRAYLING is found only 
in these waters. 

Tlie Trout Season begins May 1st and ends September 1st. THE GRAYLING SEASON 
opens June 1st and closes November 1st. 

Black Bass, Pike, Pickerel and niuskalloiige also abound in large numbers in the 
many lakes and lakelets of this territory. 

Take Your Faintly wltli You. The Scenery of the North Woods and Lakes is very 
beautiful. The air is pure, dry and bracing. 

Tlie Climate is peculiarly beneficial to those suffering with HAY FEVER and ASTHMATIC 
AFFECTIONS. 

Neil' Hotels with all modern improvements have been erected, as well as many extensive 
additions to the older ones, which will guarantee ample ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ALL. 

The completion of this line to Mackinaw City forms the most direct route to Mackinac, St. Ignace, 
and iu connection with the Detroit, Mackinac & Marquette R. R. to Houghton, Hancock, Marquette, 
Negaunee, L'Anse, and all points in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. 

During the Season Round-Trip Excursion Tickets will be Sold at I..o*v Kales, 

and attractive train facilities offered to Tourists and Sportsmen. 

tSer For Tourist's Guide, Time Cards and Folders, giving full information, address 

c. Xj- XjOC22:'"^7;rooiD, 

General Passenger Agent, 

GRAND RAPIDS, IVIICH. 



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Cincinnati, Wabash & Micliigan R'y 

UNQUESTIONABLY THE MOST DIRECT ROUTE BETWEEN 

INDIANAPOLIS 

And Marion, Wabasli, Warsaw, (^omIkmi, Elkhart and South Bond, liid., and 
NilOM, Benton Harbitr and SI. Jitseph, ITIfohi-;an. 

^ THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS 

^KhJ Each Way, Daily, Make Very Direct Connections 



At 
Bentoii Harbor 

for and from 

Holland, Mich. 
Grand Rapids, ' 
Grand Haven, ' 
Muskegon, 
Pent water, ' 
Manistee, ' 

Ludington, ' 
Traverse City, ' 

At 
(joshen, Ind., 

for and from 

Chicago, 111. 
Adrian, Mich. 
Sturgis, " 
Kendallville, Ind. 
Toledo, Ohio. 
Sandusky, " 
Fremont, " 
Etc. 




At NILES 

for and from 
Three Riv., Mich. 
Kalamazoo, " 
Jackson, " 

Ann Arbor, 
Ypsilanti, 
Detroit, 

Saginaw, " 

Bay City, 
Niagara Falls. 

At tiranger, Ind. 

for and from 
Battle Cr'k,Mich. 
Lansing, " 

Port Huron, " 
And all points in 
Canada. 



No Line running from Indianapolis, presents in points of time, 

equipment and service as great advantages 

to the Public. 

Indianapolis Offices, Bates House, 150 S. Meridian St., and Union Ticket Office. 



NOR3IAN BECKLEY, \ F. W. TORHANCE, 

General Manager, ^ Frt. and Pass. Agt., 

O. A. CART WRIGHT, I Elkhart, Ind. Cor Meridian and Louisiana Sts. , 

Gen. Frt. and Tkt. Agt- ) Indianapolis, Ind. 



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Jp Qi'eat^lkhoi'n l/alle^ Cine 

IS ABSOLUTELY THE ONLY RAILWAY TO THE 

FREE HOMES FOR the MILLIONS 



Iq Northwestern Nebraska and Southwestern Dakota, and to 
the Black Hills aad Central Wyoming. 



This vast belt of Government Land is not only the best available, but is 
the only good Government Land now to be had free as Homestead and 
Pre-emptions. It is also the only locality known west of the Missouri 
River where the Springs and Streams of Water are Soft. It is also the 
best climate in the world. 



THE ELKHOEN VALLEY ROUTE 

Is 4 IIouri>> Quicker from Chicago or any point East to Fremont titan any 
otlier, and 6 Hours Quicker to Norfolk tlian any other. 

Take the Chicago and Northwestern and Elkhorn Valley Lines always 
in preierence to all other Lines. 



THIS IS THE OlNIiY LINE OF RAILAVAY TO 

Central Wyoming Coal, Coal Oil, Soda i Salt Beds 



For further information write to 



J. R. BUCHANAN, 

(Jeiieral Passenger Agent, MlSSOl'RI VAl-LKY. IOWA. 



R. L. POLK & GO'S 

Indianapolis City Directory 



1887. 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



INDIANA STATE GOYERNMENT 1887. 

Governor — Isaac P. Gray. Term expires 
January 10, 1889. 

Lieutenant-Governor — Robert S. Robert- 
son. Term expires January 10, 1889. 

Srcretary of State— Charles F. GrifSn. 
Term expires January 16, 1889. 

Treasurer— Julius A. Lemcke. Term ex- 
pires January 9, 1889. 

Auditor — Bruce Carr. Term expires Jan- 
uary 25, 1889. 

Attorney-General — Louis L. Michener. 
Term expires November 6, 1888. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Har- 
vey M. LaFollette. Term expires March 
15, 1889. 

Clerk Supreme Court- William T. Noble. 
Term expires November 5, 1888. 

Reporter Supreme Court — John W. Kern. 
Term expires January 13, 1889. 

APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR. 

Adjutant-General — George W. Koontz. 

Quartermaster-General — James McB. Shep- 
herd. 

Chief of Bureau of Geology — J. M. Thomp- 
son. 

Governor's Private Secretary — Pierre Gray. 

State Agent — Charles Lanier. 

Clerk Bureau Public Printing and Station- 
ery — J. B. Mavnard. 

Pres. State Board of Health— Samuel R. 
Seawright. 

Secretnry State Board of Health— Charles 
N. Metcalf. 

State Veterinarian — Evan H. Pritchard. 

State Oil Inspector — Andrew Hagen, 27J 
South Delaware street. 

APPOINTED BY THE LEGISLATURE. 

Ghief of Bureau of Statistics of Indiana — 
Wm. A. Peelle, jr. 

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SUPREME COURT. 

Supreme Court Judges — Allen Zollars ; 
term expires January 1, 1889. Joseph 
A S Mitchell ; terra expires January 1, 
1891. Wm. E. Niblack ; term expires 
January 1, 1889. George V. Howk ; 
term expires January 1, 1889. Byron 
K. Elliott; term expires January 1, 
1896. 

APPOINTED BY THE SUPREME 

COURT. 
Librarian — Charles E. Cox. 
Sheriff- Myron M. North. 

BOARD OF STATE HOUSE COMMIS- 
SIONERS. 
Thomas A. Morris. Isaac I). G. Nelson, W. 

B. Seward, Henry Mursinna. 
Secretary— John M. Godown. Office, State 

Building 

STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 

Office— No. 20 and 21 Masonic Temple. 
President— Samuel R. Si'awright. 
Secretarv— Charles N. Metcalf, M. D. 
Wm. Lomax, M. D. W. A. Fritsch, M. D. 
S. S. Boots, M. D. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Offices— Basement Court House. 
Mayor— Caleb S. Denny. 
City Clerk— Michael F. Shields. 
City Civil Engineer— H. S. Shearer. 
vStreet Commissioner — Charles S. Roney. 
Citr Attorney— Wm. L. Taylor. 
Dejjuty City .\ttorney — Horace E. Smith. 
Chief Fire Engineer — J. II. Webster. 
Superintendent Fire Alarm Telegraph — 

A. O. Cherry. 
Market Master — East Market — Benjamin 

Aldridge. 



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INDIANAPOLIS CITY DIRECTORY. 



Market Master — West Market — James B. 

McCaffrey. 
City Weigher — Edward J. Conway. 
City Wood Measurer — Calvin Lindley. 
City Sexton — Robert Turner. 
Janitor City Hall — ^Thomas Cookson. 
Janitor Tomlinson Hall — Joseph Dory. 

CITY COMMISSIONERS. 
Wm. Hadly, Sec'y;John L. F. Stegg, Prest, 
Joseph T. Magner, William Johnson, 
James Eenihan. 

BOARD OF HEALTH. 
Office — Basement Court House. 
T. N. Bryan—President. 
S. E. Earp — Secretary. 
H. Long. 

W. K. Thompson — Meat Inspector. 
Lynn Crane, John Pfmeister— Officers of 
the Board of Health. 

BOARD OF ALDERMEN. 

Thomas E. End ly— President. 

Isaac King — Vice-President. 

First District— Thomas E. Endly, Henry 
J. Prier. 

Second District — John S. Crosby, James A. 
Pritchard. 

Third District — Marcus L. Brown, Gran- 
ville S. Wright. 

Fourth District — Isaac King, Henry W. 
Laut. 

Fifth District — John Rail, Lorenz Schmidt. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 
Contracts and Bridges — Wright, Prier and 

Schmidt. 
Finance and Accounts and Claims — 

Schmidt, Laut and Brown. 
Fire Department — Prier, Wright and 

King. 
Hospital and Dispensary — Prier, Brown 

and Laut. 
Judiciary and Ordinances — Pritchard, 

Wright and Schmidt. 
Markets and Public Property — Crosby, 

King and Brown. 
Police Department — Brown, Wright and 

Rail. 
Printing and Office Fixtures and Supplies 

— Prier, Brown and King. 
Public Light and Education — King, Laut 

and Pritchard. 
Railroads and Public Charities — Laut, 

Schmidt and Brown. 
Rules — Endly, King and Wright. 
Streets and Alleys and Sewers and Drain- 
age—Schmidt, Rail and Prier. 
Water and Public Health— Rail, Crosby 

and Pritchard. 

COMMON COUNCIL. 
1st Ward — Miles M. Reynolds. 
2d Ward— David F. Swain. 
3d Ward— Calvin F. Rook r. 
4th Ward— Theodore F. Smither. 
5th Ward — .lohn R. Pearson. 
6th Ward— Henry L. Smith. 
7th Ward— Robert McClelland. 
8th Ward — George F. Edenharter, 



9th Ward— Chris. F. H. Waterman. 
10th Ward— Charles E. Haugh. 
11th Ward — Isaac Thalman. 
12th Ward — Mathew M. Cummings. 
13th Ward— Edward Dunn. 
14th Ward — Joseph H. Howes. 
15th Ward — Michael J. Burns. 
16th Ward — Cornelius McGroarty. 
17th Ward— Frank E. Benjamin. 
18th Ward— Simeon Coy. 
19th Ward— Frank M. Dell. 
20th Ward— Charles H. Stuckmeyer. 
21st Ward — Abner L. Newland. 
22d Ward— Julius F. Reinecke. 
23d Ward— Thomas Markey. 
24th Ward— Frederick J. Mack. 
25th Ward— John H. Herig. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Accounts and Claims — McClelland, New- 
land and Swain. 

Bridges — Coy, Smith and Stuckmeyer. 

Contracts — Reynolds, Dell and Herig. 

Education — Smith, Waterman and Benja- 
min. 

Finance^Thalman, Pearson, Reinecke, 
Smith and Howes. 

Judiciary — Rooker, Edenharter and Cum- 
mings. 

Markets — McGroarty, Howes and Smither. 

Office Fixtures and Supplies — Newland, 
Reynolds and Stuckmeyer. 

Ordinances — Burns, Rooker and Coy. 

Printing — Haugh, Swain and Dunn. 

Public Charities — Smither, Dell and Wa- 
terman. 

Public Health— Edenharter, McClelland 
and Markey. 

Public Light — Rooker, Haugh and Smither. 

Public Property — Mack, Thalman and 
Dunn. 

Railroads — Pearson, Haugh and Mc- 
Groarty. 

Rules— Cummings, Burns and Reynolds. 

Sewers and Drainage— Benjamin, Markey 
and McClelland. 

Streets and Alleys — Dunn, Reinecke and 
Herig. 

Water — Swain, Howes and McGroarty. 

BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMISSION- 
ERS. 

1st — J. P. Frenzel, Merchants' National 

Bank. Term expires, 1888. 
2d — H. Bamberger, 16 East Washington 

street. Term expires. 1888. 
3d— Dr. Henry Jameson, 28 East Ohio. 

Term expires, 1889. 
4th— A. R. Baker, 28 West Maryland. 

Term expires, 1889. 
5th — Joseph J. Bingham, Office Auditor of 

State. Term expires, 1887. 
6th — E. H. Dean, corner Madison ave and 

Ray. Term expires, 1887. 
7th — Frederick Kline, 530 East Georgia. 

Term expires, 1889. 
8th — E. L. Williams, northwest corner 

Pine and Lord. Term expires, 1889. 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



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9th — Clemens Vonnegut, 184 East Wash- 
ington street. Term expires, 1887. 

10th— J. B. Conner. 34 East Market street. 
Term expires, 1888. 

11th — J. H. Greenstreet, 5 Chamber of 
Commerce. Term expires, 1888. 
Kegular meeting of the Board at its 

rooms in the Library Building on the first 

and third Friday evenings of each month, 

at 7h o'clock, from September 1st to April 

30th, and at 8 o'clock from May 1st to Au- 
gust 31st. 

Bill nights, the first and third Friday 

evenings of each month. Bills must be 

left at the office of the Board on the day 

previous (Thursday) ; if later they will lie 

over until the next bill night. 

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD. 

President — J. B. Conner. 

Secretary — A. R. Baker. 

Treasurer — John P. Frenzel. 

Superintendent of Schools — Lewis H Jones, 

Assistant Secretary — Emma B. Bidenour. 

Building and Supply Agent— H. C. Hend- 
rickson. 

Clerk— Elizabeth Hamilton. 

Messenger — Frank Wade. 

Office in Library Building, corner Penn- 
sylvania and Ohio streets. Open from 7.> 
A. M. to 6 p. M. 

Office of H. C. Hendrickson, Building and 
Supply Agent, in Library Building. 
Office hours from 8 to 9 o'clock A. m. 

Pay day of Officers, Superintendents, Li- 
brarians and Janitors, the last week day 
of each month. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Finance and Auditing — Greenstreet, Von- 
negut and Baker. Meets at office of 
Public Schools on the first and third 
Fridays of each month at 4:30 p. m. 

Buildings and Grounds — Williams, Von- 
negut, Kline, Bingham and Frenzel. 

Furniture and Supplies — Bamberger, Baker 
and Kline. 

Text-Books and Course of Instructions — 
Conner, Baker and Dean. 

Supervision and Examination— Conner, 
Jameson, Frenzel, Bingham and Super- 
intendent Jones. 

Appointment of Teachers and Salaries — 
Frenzel, Williams, Vonnegut, Conner, 
Greenstreet and Bamberger. 

High Schools and Normal School — Dean, 
Bamberger and Greenstreet. 

German, Music and Drawing —Vonnegut, 
Frenzel and Jameson. 

Heating, Ventilation, Hygiene and Jani- 
tors — Baker, Kline and Williams. 

Judiciary, Districts and Boundaries — 
Bingham, Kline and Bamberger. 

Public Library — Jameson, Dean, Wil- 
liams, Conner and Greenstreet. 

Citizens' Advisory Committee — E. W. 
Halford, Prof. A. R. Benton, Dr. H. G. 
Carey and Mrs. Eliza C Bell. Meets 
the first Thursday preceding the first 
regular meeting of the Board in each 
month, in the Library office, at 4 P. M. 



FIRE DEPARTMEXT. 

Headquarters — Corner New York and 
Massachusetts ave. 

Chief Engineer — Joseph H. Webster. 

First Assistant Engineer — Wm. C. Long. 

Second Assistant Engineer — James H. 
Davis. 

Third Assistant Engineer — A. C. Muerer, 

Superintendent Fire Alarm Telegraph — 
Andrew O. Cherry. 

Veterinary Surgeon — E. H. Pritchard. 

Clerk — J. L. Gasper. 

Engine Co. No 1 — 147 Indiana ave.; 
Thomas Quinn, Captain. 

Engine Co. No. 2 — Massachusetts ave., near 
Noble ; Jacob Petty, Captain. 

Engine Co. No. 3 — Virginia ave., near Hu- 
ron; Richard II. Brown, Captain. 

Engine Co. No. 4 — Southeast corner Illi- 
nois and Merrill; John Mountain, Cap- 
tain. 

Engine Co. No. 5 — North side Sixth near 
Tennessee ; Charles 1<]. Wesbey, Captain. 

Enngine Co. No. (3 — South side Washing- 
ton west of West ; John R. Rogers, Cap- 
tain. 

Hose Reel Co. No. 7— North side Maryland 
east of Meridian street ; Wm. C. Long, 
Captain. 

Hose Reel Co. No. 8 — Washington street 
east of Highland ave.; F. L. Dougherty, 
Captain. 

Hose Reel Co. No. 9 — Corner Seventh and 
Ash streets ; Robert E. Braxton, Captain. 

Hose Reel Co. No. 10 — Corner Madison 
ave. and Morris street ; Charles W. Al- 
len, Captain. 

Chemical Co. No. 1 — Corner New York 
street and Massachusetts ave.; W. R. 
McGinnis, Captain. 

Chemical No. 2 — Prospect, east of Shelby 
street ; George W. Glenn, Captain. 

Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1 — Corner New 
York street and Massachusetts ave.; 
James II. Davis, Captain. 

Hook and Ladder Co. No. 2 — South street, 
between Delaware and Alabama ; A. C. 
Muerer, Captain. 

Driver of Supply Wagon — Abraham Find- 
ling. 

Driver of Fuel Wagon — Stanton Turner. 

Watchmen in Fire Tower — Frank W Gra- 
ham, Wm. Gaston, Wm. Tobin. 

Watchman at Headquarters — Thomas Bar- 
nitt. 

FIRE ALARM SIGNALS. 

No. Location of Boxes. 

4 Pennsylvania and Market. 

5 English Opera House. 

6 East and New York. 

7 Noble and Michigan! 

8 New Jersey and Mass. ave. 

9 Winston and North. 
1-0 Market and Pine. 

1-1 Headquarters Fire Department 
Mass. ave. and New York. 

1-2 No. 2 Engine House, Mass. ave. near 
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1-3 Delaware and Ft Wayne ave. 
1-4 New Jersey and Ft Wayne ave, 
1-5 Peru and Mass ave. 
1-6 Christian ave and Ash, 
1-7 Park ave and Butler. 
1-8 Barrows and Mallott ave. 
1-9 Archer and John. 
1-2-3 No. 9 Reel H, Ash and Seventh. 
1-2-4 Alabama and Seventh. 
1-2-5 Meridian and Seventh. 
1-2-6 Yandes and Lincoln ave. 
1-2-7 Columbia and Hill aves. 
1-2-8 Central ave and Eighth. 
]-2-9 Exposition Building. 
1-3-1 Alabama and Morrison. 
1-3-2 Rohampton and P^ighth. 
1-3-4 College ave and Tenth. 
1-3-5 Home and Delaware. 
1-3-6 Delaware and Michigan. 
1-3-7 Newman and Eighth. 
2-1 Illinois and St Joseph. 
2-3 Pennsylvania and Pratt. 
2-4 Meridian and Second. 
2-5 No. 5 Engine House, Sixth near Illi- 
nois. 
2-6 Mississippi and St Clair. 
2-7 Illinois and Michigan. 
2-8 Pennsylvania and Fifth. 
2-9 Mississippi and Fourth. 
2-1-2 Tennessee and William. 
2-1-3 Pennsylvania and Michigan. 
2-1-4 Illinois and Herbert. 
2-1-5 Colored Orphan Asylum, Twelfth 
near Tennessee. 
3-1 No. 1 Engine House, Indiana ave 

and Michigan. 
3-2 Meridian and Walnut. 
3-4 California and Vermont. 
3-5 Blake and New York. 
3-6 Indiana ave and St. Clair. 
3-7 City Hospital. 
3-8 Blake and North. 
3-9 Michigan and Agnes. 
3-1-2 West and Walnut. 
3-1-3 West and Third. 
3-1-4 Seventh and Howard. 
3-1-5 Torbet and Paca. 

4-1 No. 6 Engine House, Washington 

near West. 
4-2 Geisendorff and Washington. 
4-3 Missouri and New York. 
4-5 Meridian and Washington. 
4-6 Illinois and Ohio. 
4-7 Tennessee and Washington. 
4-8 Kingan's Pork House. 
4-9 Indianola, 3 squares from river. 
4-1-2 Missouri and Maryland. 
4-1-3 Mississippi and Wabash, 
4-1-5 Morris and Church. 
4-2-1 I. B. & W. Round House, west of 

river. 
4-2-3 Insane Asylum. 
4-2-4 Miley ave and National Road, west 
of river. 
5-1 No. 4 Engine House, Illinois and 

Merrill. 
5-2 Illinois and Louisiana, 
5-3 West and McCarty. 
5-4 West and South. 



5-6 Tennessee and Georgia. 

5-7 Meridian and Ray. 

5-8 No. 10 Reel House, Morris and 
Madison ave. 

5-9 Madison ave and Dunlop. 
5-1-2 West and Rockwood, 
5-1-3 Kentucky ave and Merrill, 
5-1-4 Union and Morris. 
5-1-6 Illinois and Kansas. 
.5-1-7 Morris and Dakota. 
5-1-8 Mississippi and Henry. 
5-1-9 Tennessee and McCarty. 
5-2-1 Meridian and Palmer. 
5-2-3 Morris and Belt R R. 

6-1 No. 2 Hook and Ladder House, South 
near Delaware. 

6-2 Pennsylvania and Louisiana. 

6-3 Delaware and McCarty, 

6-4 East and McCarty. 

6-5 Alabama and Virginia ave. 

6-7 Virginia ave and Bradshaw. 

6-8 East and Coburn. 

6-9 Pennsylvania and Madison ave. 
6-1-2 McKernan and Dougherty. 
6-1-3 East and Lincoln Lane. 

7-1 No. 3 Engine House, Virginia ave 
near Huron. 

7-2 East and Georgia. 

7-3 Washington and Benton. 

7-4 Benton and Georgia. 

7-5 Forest ave and Pine. 

7-6 Dillon and Bates. 

7-8 No. 13 Engine House, Prospect near 
Dillon. 

7-9 Fletcher ave and Dillon. 
7-1-2 Spruce and Prospect. 
7-1-3 English ave and Laurel. 
7-1-4 Olive and Willow. 
7-1-5 Shelby and Beecher. 
7_1_6 German Orphans' Asylum. 

8-1 Market and New Jersey. 

8-2 Washington and Delaware. 

8-3 East and Pearl. 

8-4 New York and Davidson. 

8-5 Deaf and Dumb Asylum. 

8-6 U. S. Arsenal. 

8-7 Oriental and Washington. 

8-9 Female Prison. 
8-1 2 No. 8 Reel House, East Washington. 
8-1-3 Market and Noble. 
8-1-4 Ohio and Harvey. 
8-2-1 Panhandle Railway Shops. 

9-1 No 7 Engine House, Maryland near 

Meridian. 
9-2 Meridian and Georgia. 

SPECIAL SIGNALS 

For the Use of the Fire Department and 
Water Works Company: 

First 2 strokes, Second Alarm. 

Second 2 strokes, Third Alarm. 

Third 2 strokes, Fourth Alarm. 

1_2-1 strokes. Fire out and hose reeled up. 

3 strokes, Calls off the Fire Pressure. 

3-3, Calls for Fire Pressure without pulling 

a box. 
12 strokes at 12 M., struck by F. M Her- 

ron, 4 East Washington. 



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POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

MERCHANT POLICE. 

Headquarters — 70.| Court street. 

Captain — Henry P. Thomas. 

Lieutenant — John L. Elliott. 

Patrolmen — Jasper A. Clarey, Nelson D.iu- 
benspeck, Patrick E. Hartnett, Robert 
Bacon, James L. Taylor, George M Fess, 
JohnH. Whiteman, Benjamin F.Wilson, 
John McShulse, Christian Cook, Joseph 
Wheatley, Thomas Kingsberry, John 
Miner, James G. Golladay, Thomas C. 
Moore, David Clary, John Webb, Peter 
H. Carroll, Edward W.Nicholson, Sam- 
uel McClurej Martin Powers, George 
Buehler, Edward Sleight, George H. 
Cheatham, Wm. Bacon, John Reid, Al- 
bert Davis, Daniel J. Connor, Dennison 
Warner, Jt.cob Shutt, Alfred Isaacs. 

METROPOLITAN POLICE. 
Headquarters— Southeast corner Pearl and 

Alabama streets. 
Police Commissioners— R. C. J. Pendleton, 

President ; Sterling B. Holt, C. Schur- 

mann. 
Secretary of Police Board— David E. Sny- 
der. 
Superintendent — Thomas Colbert. 
Captains — Robert Campbell, James F. 

Quigley. 
Sergeants — Albert Travis, Andrew Sowers, 

Wm. Hagedon, James Low, Thomas 

Stout. 
Detective — Thomas McMullan. 
Turnkeys— George A. Tafte, Jacob Miller. 

DRIVERS OF PATROL WAGON. 
Wm. A. Hogan. Charles Travis. 

PATROLMEN. 
Henry T. Pope. Edward Harris. 
Daniel Ranecker. Charles Clark. 
Michael Raferty Seth P. Beam. 
John C. Ballard. J. P. Worthington. 
Carter Temple. D. F. Clary. 

Wm. Scheigert. James F. Wilson. 
Emanuel Bruce. Wm. H. Hoefgan. 
Webster R. Higgins.John Shea. 
David S. Richards. Patrick Davis. 
.James F. Hunt. Harvey Thrush. 
Edward F.Buscher. Harvey H. Wheatley. 
Wm. Henry. John Corrigan. 

Henry slate. John W. Page. 

Patrick Griffin. Newton Shafer. 
General W. McCain.Thos. J. Shaughnessy. 
.James J. Brady. Wm. Kellermeyer. 
Wm. Conklin. Patrick Doherty. 

Charles Hine. Wm. F. Walker. 

Daniel Hostetler. Miller J. LaPorte. 
Martin Hyland. James Pope. 
Adam Reid. Joshua Spears. 

Harvey C. Clifford. Albert Fickle. 
Nathan Ward. Valentine S.McMullen. 

Frank M. Schwab. J. Rod Shea. 
Charles F. Dawson. 
SPECIALS. 
Martin Haley, Benjamin Thornton, 

Frederick Spearing. 



EXTRA. 
John Farrell, Wm. A. Joyce, 

Green Hagerman, Frank Giblin, 
John Nelson. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Offices Court House, north side Washing- 
ton, between Delaware and .\l;ibama. 

Bailiffs— Superior Court No 1, George W. 
Bruce ; Superior Court No 2, Charles 
Arndt; Superior Court No 3, \V. H. 
Nickerson ; Circuit ("ourt, Abner L. 
Newland; Criminal Circuit Court, John 
W. Carlton ; Commissioners' Court, F. 
Tom Johnson. 

Clerk— John E Sullivan. Term expires 
November 15, 1890. 

Deputy Clerks— A. J. .Joyce, AV. K. Sprout, 
Geo. A. Buskirk, ^klichael O'Donnell, 
John Schley, John L. Reardon, F. Eden- 
harter, Jesse A. Avery, John O. Ferriter, 
Jos. F. Brown, H. R Springstein, G. W. 
Budd, L. Daniels, W. N. Dunnington, 
Michael Callihan and Alex. E. Manning. 

Recorder— W. F. Keay. Term expires Oc- 
tober 25, 188S. 

Deputy Recorder — Ben. Franklin. 

Auditor— Justus C. Adams. Term expires 
November 4, 1887. 

Deputies— John W. Pfaff and John R. Clin- 
ton. 

Treasurer— Hiram W. Miller. Term ex- 
pires September 4, 1887. 

Deputies — Levi P. Harlan, Alexander A. 
Johnston, Wm. T. McClain, George H. 
McCaslin. 

Attorney— Wm. W. Spencer. 

Commissioners— Albert Sahn, President; 
term expires December 1891. W. 
O. Reveal. Term expires 1888. James 
L. Thompson. Term expires 1889. 

Sheriff— Isaac King. Term expires De- 
cember 10, 1886. 

Deputies— Samuel B. Corbaly, R. C. Ar- 
nold, Charles P. Conard, John Hoffman, 
Joseph Grinsteiner, A. Scanlon, H. Lang- 
enberg, John Snider, Timothy Clark 
jailor, Robert Emmitt asst jailor. 

Coroner— C. N. Rooker. Office 60 Court 
House. 

Superintendent Public Schools~Wm. B. 
Flick, Room 27, Court House. 

Librarian — Lucy Phipps. 

Surveyor — W. C. Smith. 

Superintendent County Infirmary — Smith 
Williams. 

Work House — Southeast corner 12th and 
Michigan road. 

Superintendent — R. M. Boone. 

Assistant Superintendent — A. J. Stevens. 

Matron — Mariah Higgins. 

TOWXSHIP~OFFICERS. 

Township Assessor — Thomas F. Quill. 
1 Term expires April 10, 1890. 
\ Deputv— C. M. Tyler. 

' Township Trustee— Charles J. Many, lOJ 
' East Washington street. 



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Deputy — Joseph K. Forbes. 

Justices of the Peace — Richard M. Smock, 
John M. Johnson, Wm. Judkins, Charles 
B. Feibleman and Luke Walpole. 

Constables— David J. Smock, L. E. Ehein- 
hold, John Ryder, Frank L. Glass, John 
Kaehn, Charles N. Hoover, Hugh Goudy, 
Hiram Plummer and John O. Moore. 

Time of Holding Elections — General, state 
and county elections are held on the first 
Tuesday after the first Monday in No- 
vember. Township election, first Mon- 
day in April. The general city election 
is held on the second Tuesday in October. 

ASYLUMS, HOSPITALS, ETC. 

Bobb's Free Dispensary— 45 South Penn. 
street. Franklin W. Hays, M. D., Supt. 

City Dispensary~34 East Ohio street. G. 
W. Combs, M. D., Supt. George W. 
Vernon, Physician, North side. A. S. 
McMurray, Physician, South side. V. 
T, Latta, Druggist. 

City Hospital — Northwest corner Locke 
and Margaret streets. W. N. Wishard, 
M. D., Supt. 

County Infirmary — Indiana ave., four 
miles northwest of city. Smith Wil- 
liams, Supt. 

Friendly Inn- C. C. Bogert, Manager, 290 
West Market street. 

German Protestant Orphan Asylum — South 
State ave., between Pleasant ave. and 
Cypress street. Henry Russe. Pres. 
Elizabeth Weisgerber, Matron. 

Home for Aged Poor — North side of Ver- 
mont, east of East street, In charge of 
the Little Sisters of the Poor. 

Home for Friendless Colored Children — 
Southwest corner Twelfth and Missis- 
sippi streets. Anna E. Stratton. Matron. 

Home for Friendless Women — East side 
North Tennessee, between 8th and 9th 
streets. Mrs. Eliza Newman, Pres.; Mrs. 
M. M. Todd, Treas.; Mrs. L. C. Hyde, 
Sec'y.; Mrs. Mary R. Bullitt, Matron. 

Indiana Hospital for the Insane — National 
road, three miles west of the city. 
Thomas H. Harrison, Pres.; P. M. 
Gapen, Treas.; Burt H. Burrell, Sec'y.; 
W. B. Fletcher, M. D., Supt. 

Indiana Institute for the Education of the 
Blind — North side of North, between 
Meridian and Pennsylvania streets. Hi- 
ram B. Jacobs. Supt. 

Indiana Institution for Educating the Deaf 
and Dumb— Southeast corner Washing- 
ton street and State ave. Eli P. Baker, 
Supt and Sec'y. 

Indiana Reformatory Institution forWomen 
and Girls — Southeast corner Michigan 
and Randolph streets. Mrs. Eliza C 
Hendricks, Pres.; Miss M. S. Elder, 
Sec'y.; Miss Sarah F. Keely, Supt. 

Indianapolis Orphans' Asylum — Northeast 
corner College and Home aves. Mrs. 
John A. Bradshaw, Pres.; Mrs. Henry 
Coburn, Mrs. John Love and Mrs. John 
S. Duncan, Vice-Pres.; Mrs. Fred Baggs, 



Treas.; Mrs. G. A. Wells, Recording 
Sec'y.; Mrs. John C. Wright, Cor. Sec'y,; 
Lucinda B. J. Wishard, Matron. 

Newsboys and Bootblacks' Home — 23 West 
Ohio. Established March, 1886. Delia 
Rossiter, Supt. 

St Vincent's Infirmary — North side of Ver- 
mont west of Liberty street. In charge 
of the Sisters of Charity. 



BiNKSAND BANKERS. 

Indianapolis Clearing House Association — 
11 Ingalls' Block. F. M. Churchman, 
Pres., V. T. Malott, Vice-Pres.; Wm. 
Wesley Woollen, Mngr. 

Bank of Commerce — Southeast corner Vir- 
ginia ave. and Pennsylania street. Char- 
tered 1836. Capital $200,000. John H. 
Stewart, Pres.; John W. Ray, Cashr. 

First National Bank (in liquidation) — At 
Bank of Commerce. Reorganized 1881. 
Capital 1500,000. E. F. Claypool, Pres.; 
R. N.Lamb, Vice-Pres.; Charles F. Rob- 
bins, Cashr. 

Indiana National Bank — 11 and 13 East 
Washington street. Incorporated 1865. 
Capital $300,000. Surplus $100,000. 
Volney T. Malott, Pres.; Wm. Coughlen, 
Vice-Pres.; Edward B. Porter, Cashr. 

Indianapolis National Bank — Northeast 
corner Pennsylvania and Washington 
streets. Incorporated 1864. Capital 
$300,000. T. P. Haughey, Pres.; H. 
Latham. Cashr. 

Merchants' National Bank — Southwest cor- 
ner Washington and Meridian streets. 
Incorporated 1865; charter extended 
1885. Capital $100,000. John P Fren- 
zel, Pres. ; Otto N. Frenzel, Cashr. 

Meridian National Bank — 8 East Wash- 
ington street. Incorporated 1871. Cap- 
ital $200,000. Wm. P. Gallup, Pres. ; 
D. A. Richardson, Vice-Pres. ; A. F. 
Kopp, Cashr. 

Fletcher S. A. & Co., 30 and 32 East Wash- 
ington street. 



BUILDING, SAVING AND LOAN AS- 
SOCIATIONS. 

Arsenal Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at 470 East Washington street, 
every Monday evening. Capital $100,- 
000. Wm. Swanson, Pres. ; W. W. Rich- 
ardson, Sec'y ; J. N. Taylor, Treas. 

Ash Street Saving and Loan A.ssociation — 
Meets at 330 Massachusetts ave. Capital 
$100,000, John A. Schumacher, Pres. ; 
John L. F. Steeg, Sec'y ; Peter Frick, 
Treas. 

Bee Hive Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at 464 Massachusetts ave. Capital 
$100,000. M. M. Reynolds, Pres.; H. 
Campbell, Sec'y ; Oscar L. Huey, Treas. 

Blake Street Saving and Loan Association 
No. 1 — Meets at 416 Indiana ave. Cap- 
ital $100,000. Joseph W. Howes, Pres. ; 
Henry J. Mauer, Sec'y ; Wm. Hild 
Treas. 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



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Blake Street Saving and Loan Association 
No. 2— Meets at 416 Indiana ave. Cap- 
ital $100,000. W. F. A. Bernhamer, 
Pres. ; Henry J. Mauer, Sec'y ; Wm. 
Hild, Treas. 

Blake Street Saving and Loan Association 
No. 3 — Meets at 416 Indiana ave. Cap- 
ital $100,000. Joseph W. Howes, Pres. ; 
Henry J. Mauer, Sec'y ; Wm. Ilild, 
Treas.; W. F. A. B°rnhamer, Attorney. 

Bluff Road Saving and Loan Association 
— Meets at 573 South Meridian street. 
Capital $100,000. Thos. E. Hadley, Pres.; 
J. F. Fesler, Sec'y ; Fred Eeisner, Treas.; 
B. F. Witt, Attorney. 

Brightwood Building and Loan Associa- 
tion—Capital $100,000. C. A. Barnes, 
Pres.; E. W. Mesker, Sec'y ; J. Q. Van 
Winkle, Treas. 

Broad Ripple Saving and Loan Associa- 
tion — Meets at Broad Ripple. Capital 
$100,000. Joseph W. Bates, Pres.; W. B. 
S. Alexander^ Sec'y. 

Buchanan Street Savings and Loan Asso- 
ciation — Meets corner Buchanan and 
East streets. Capital $100,000. H. W. 
Hartman, Pres.; Peter Pfisterer, Sec'y. 

Center Building and Loan Association — 
Dr. Haggart, Pres.; S. W. Wales, Sec'y.; 
A. A. Heifer, Treas. Shares, $300 each. 
Entrance fee, 50 cents per share. Weekly 
dues, 55 cents per share. Secretary's 
office,329 Mass ave. C. A. Dryer, Attorney. 

Central Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at Mozart Hall. Capital $100,000. 
Adolph Seidensticker, Pres.; Theodore 
Stein, Sec'y., Lorenz Schmidt, Treas. 

Charter Oak Saving and Loan Associa- 
tion — Meets at 563 South Meridian street. 
Capital $100,000. I. L. Hempleman, 
Pres.; John A. Lang, Sec'y.; John M. 
Bohmie, Treas. B. F. Witt, Attorney. 

Citizens Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at the southeast corner Delaware 
and McCartv streets. Capital $100,000. 
Frank Elff, Pres.; Robert Kempf, Sec'y.; 
Frederick Miller, Treas. 

Commercial Saving and Loan Associa- 
tion — Meets at 37 South Delaware street. 
Capital $150,000. Adolph Seidensticker, 
Pres.; Theodore Stein, Sec'y.; Wm. F. 
Kuhn, Treas. 

Concordia Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at 330 South East street. Capital, 
$100,000. Ernst Kallmann. Pres.; M. C. 
Steinhauer, Sec'y.; Emil Drotz, Treas. 

Crescent Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at the northwest corner Vermont 
and Mississippi streets. Capital, $125,- 
000. Anderson Lewis, Pres.; Oscar F. 
Frenzel, Treas.; Charles Adams, Sec'y. 

Delaware Street Saving and Loan Associa- 
tion—Meets at 18 Vance Block. Fred- 
erick Merz, Sec'y. 

East Michigan Street Saving and Loan 
Association — Meets at 248 North Noble 
street. Capital, $100,000. Frank Von- 
negut, Pres.; Theodore Stein, Sec'v.; F. 
D. Spahr, Treas. 



East Street Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets 301 Soutli East street. Capital, 
$100,000. Joliu C. Lippert, Pres.; Fred 
Merz, Sec'y.; A. F. Kopp, Treas. 

East Washington Street Saving and Loan 
Association — Meets at 762 East Wash- 
ington street. Capital, $100,000. Wm. 
F. Piel Jr, Pre.s.; Emil Kassman, Sec'y.; 
Charles Piel, Treas. 

Eastern Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at the southwest corner Market 
and Noble streets. Capital, $100,000. 
Henry Aufderheid, Pres.; Conrad Mil- 
ler, Sec'y.; Otto N. Frenzel, Treas. 

English Avenue Saving and Loan Associa- 
tion — Meets at the southwest corner of 
English avenue and Cedar street. Capi- 
tal, $100,000. O. R. Olsen, Pres.; Julius 
Reinecke, Sec'y.; Charles Stuckmeyer, 
Treas. 

Fifth Street Savings and Loan Association 
— Meets at 7, 18 North Tennessee street. 
Capital $100,000. George F. McGiunis, 
Pres.; John G. Schad, Sec'y ; J. L. Mc- 
Cormack, Treas. 

Franklin Building and Loan Association 
— Meets Tuesday evening at 72 East Mar- 
ket street. Capital $500,000. M. D. 
Butler, Pres.; W. A. Rhodes, Sec'y ; Al- 
bert Kopp, Treas. 

Gambrinus Saving and Loan Association 
— Meets at the southwest corner Wyom- 
ing and High streets. Capital $100,000. 
Wm. R. Wagner, Pres.; Peter Pfisterer, 
Sec'y ; Herman Brandt, Treas. 

German American Saving and Loan Asso- 
ciation — Meets at the corner of South 
street and Madison ave. Capital $100,- 
000. August Sommers, Pres.; Otto N. 
Frenzel, Treas.; Conrad Miller, Sec'y; C. 
A. Dryer, Ally. 

Germania Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at the Corner of South and Madi- 
son ave. Caj)ital $100,000. Gustav Her- 
man, Pres.; Otto Paulini, Sec'y; Otto N. 
Frenzel, Treas.; C. A. Dryer, Atty. 

Grand Saving and Loan Association- 
Meets at the corner Vermont and Missis- 
sippi streets. Capital $100,000. Ander- 
son Lewis, Pres.; W. H. Stringer, Sec'y ; 
Oscar F. Frenzel, Treas. 

Home Saving and Loan Association — Wm. 
Giezendanner, Pres.; John L. F. Steeg, 
Sec'y ; Louis Woerner, Treas. Capital 
stock $100,000. Meets every Tuesday 
evening in Giezcndanner's block. 
Hoosier Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at the northeast corner Vermont 
and Mississippi streets. Capital $1,000,- 
000. Michael O'Brien, Pres.; Wm. H. 
Stringer, Sec'y; Derk DeRuiter, Treas. 
Illinois Street Saving and Loan A.s.socia- 
tion — Meets at the northeast corner of 
Vermont and Mississippi. Capital $100,- 
000. Rufus N. Blum, Pres.; John L. F. 
Steeg, Sec'y ; Louis Woerner Treas. 
Illinois and Seventh Street Saving and 
Loan Association — Meets corner Illinois 
and 7th. Capital $500,000. Wm. D. 



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INDIANAPOLIS CITY DIEECTOKY. 



Wiles, Pres. ; A. A. Young, Sec'y ; N. S. 
Byram, Treas. ; Kooker & Kobinson, At- 
torneys. 

Indianapolis Building and Loan Associa- 
tion — Meets Tuesday evenings at 72 East 
Market. Capital $1,000,000. M. D. But- 
Jer, Pres. ; W. A. Rhodes, Sec'y ; Albert 
Kopp, Treas. 

Industrial Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at 470 South Meridian street. Cap- 
ital 1100,000. George Borst, Pres.; 
Robert Kempf, Sec'y ; Albert Kopp, 
Treas. 

Jefferson Saving and Loan Association 
No. 2— Meets at 61 East South street. 
Capital $100,000. Peter Zimmer, Pres. ; 
M. Steinhauer, Sec'y ; Frederick Dietz, 
Treas. 

Jefferson Saving and Loan Association No. 
3— Meets at 61 East South street. Capi- 
tal $100,000. Wm. F. Piel, Jr., Pres. ; 
Michael Steinhauer, Sec'y ; Frederick 
Dietz, Treas. 

Laborers' Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at the southwest corner of Dela- 
ware and South streets. Capital $100,- 
000. Wm. C. Rehling, Pres.; Robert 
Kempf, Sec'y ; Albert F. Kopp, Treas. 

Madison Avenue Saving and Loan Associa- 
tion — Meets at 507 Madison ave. Capi- 
tal $100,000. Joseph Ernst, Pres. ; Chas. 
Drewes, Sec'y ; Casper Hess, Treas. 

Madison Avenue Saving and Loan Asso- 
ciation No. 2— Meets at 507 Madison 
ave. Capital $100,000. .John Brill, Jr., 
Pres. ; Jacob Buennagel, Sec'y ; Casper 
Hess, Treas. 

Massachusetts Avenue Saving and Loan 
Association — Meets at the southeast cor- 
ner of New York and Delaware streets. 
Capital $100,00. H. P Wetsell, Pres.; 
Theodore Stein,Sec'y; Joseph B. Mansur, 
Treas. 

Mechtiic Saving and Loan Association — 
Meeb at 84 W Washington street.. Cap- 
ital $100,000. H B. Smith, Pres.; J N 
Beers, Sec'y; Oscar F Frenzel, Treas. 

Merchants' Saving and Loan Association — 
MeeC^ at 19.] N Pennsylvania street. 
Capital $100,000. Henry Latham, Pres.; 
George D. Burgis, Sec'y; E B Porter, 
Treas; Griffith & Potts, Atty's. 

Merrill Street Saving and Loan Associa- 
tion — Meets at the northeast corner 
Illinois and Merrill streets. Capital 
$100,000. Joseph Borinstein, Pres.; J 
Buennagel, Sec'y; Lorenz Schmidt, Treas. 

Merrill Street No. 2 Saving and Loan As- 
sociation — Meet at northeast cor Illi- 
nois and Merrill streets. Capital $100,- 
000. Joseph Borinstein, Pres.; H. A. 
Webber, Sec'y; Lorenz Schmidt, Treas. 

]\Irtropolitan Saving and Loan Associa- , 
tion — Meets at the northwest corner I 
New York and Blake streets. Capital 
$120,000. M. II. Farrell, Pres.; C. H. 
Rosebrock, Sec'y; Wm. Ilild, Treas. 

Mississippi Street Saving and Loan Asso- 
ciation—Meets at loe N Mississippi 



street. Capital $100,000. Thomas R. 
Walker, Pres.; Morton Mann, Sec'y; Os- 
car F. Frenzel, Treas. 

Mutual Home and Savings Association — 
Organized March 19,.1886. Capital $1,- 
000,000. Meets Friday evenings at 72 
East Market street. A. A. Heifer, Pres.; 
W. A. Rhodes, Sec'y.; Albert Kopp, 
Treas. 

No. 50 Savings and Loan Association — 
Meets at 187 South Illinois street. Cap- 
ital $100,000. C. B. Feibleman, Pres.; 
Albert Behrendt, Sec'y.; Fred Thoms- 
Treas. 

National Savings and Loan Association — 
Meets at 255 Eist Washington street. 
Capital $100,000. Charles F. Robbins, 
Pres.; C. B. ' Feibleman, Sec'y.; Fred 
Thorns, Treas. 

North Noble Street Saving and Loan Asso- 
ciation — Meets southwest corner Noble 
and_ Michigan streets. Capital $100,000. 
Christian Off, Pres.; Theodore Stein ^ 
Sec'y.; F. L. Spahr, Treas. 

North Side Saving and Loan Association 
— Meets at the northeast corner St. 
Joseph and Illinois streets. Capital 
$120,000. Theodore Werner, Pres.; Wm. 
H. Stringer, Sec'y.; David Darringer, 
Treas.; C. A. Dyer, Attorney. 

Occidental Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at 152 Blake street. Capital $1,- 
000,000. Hamilton Bailie, Pres.; C. H. 
Rosebrock, Sec'y.; Wm. Hild, Treas. 

Oriental Saving and Loan Association- 
Meets at 464 Massachusetts ave. Capital 
$100,000. Henry Spiegel, Pres.; Wm 
Spiegel, Sec'y; M. S. Huey, Treas. 

Peoples Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at 355 Virginia ave. Capital 
$120,000. O. R. Olsen, Pres.; M. Stein- 
hauer, Sec'y; H. Stolte, Treas. 

Plymouth Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at 5 and 6 Vinton block. Capital 
$•500,000. Franklin Taylor, Pres.; Ed- 
ward Gilbert, Sec'y; Andrew Smith, jr.. 
Treas. 

Plymouth Saving and Loan Association 
No. 2 — Meets at Plymouth Church. 
Franklin Taylor, Pres; Edward Gilbert, 
Sec'y; J. L. Hunt, Treas. (On the Ohio 
Plan). 

St. Clair Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at 330 Massachusetts ave. Capital 
$100,000. Wm Jungclaus, Pres.; C. H 
Rosebrock, Sec'y; Peter Frick, Treas. 

South Meridian Saving and Loan Associa- 
tion — Meets on South Meridian street. 
Capital $100,000. M. Hoffman, Pres.; 
Robert Kempf, Sec'y; Christian Renner, 
Treas. 

South Side Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at 444 Virginia ave. Capital 
$-500,000. A. O. Despo, Pres ; Charles R. 
Haseley, Sec'y; .lohn D Rook, Treas. 

Star Saving and Loan Association — Meets 
at 70 P]ast Market street. Capital $500,- 
000. Wm. Hadley, Pres., W. J. Kerch- 
eval, Sec'y; D. V. Burns, Treas. 



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State Building Safe Deposit aud Loan As- 
sociation of Indiana — Meets at room 5 
31^ Virginia ave. Capital $500,000. 
James S Thompson, Pres.; Samuel Saw- 
yer, Sec'y- 

Teutonia Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at the southwest corner of Market 
and Noble streets. Capital §100,000. Val 
Schlotzhauer, Pres.; C. Mueller, Sec'y; 
Phillip Reichwein, Treas. 

The Celtic Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at the northeast corner Tennessee 
and Georgia streets. Capital $100,000. 
James H. Deery, Pres.; John R. Welch, 
Sec'y; James Renihan, Treas.; W. A. F. 
Bernhamer, Attorney. 

The Elks Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at 622 Virginia ave. Capital 
$200,000. Conrad Bender, Pres.; Julius 
Renicke, Sec'y; Michael Steinhaur, Treas. 

The Independent Turners Saving and Loan 
Association — Meets northeast corner 
Ohio and Illinois streets. Capital $100,- 
000. George Reyer, Pres ; Richard 
Pertuch, Sec'y; G. Monninger, Treas. 

The Mutual Saving and Loan Associa- 
tion — Meets at 445 North Alabama 
street. Capital $100,000. James T. 
Layman, Pres.; Albert Sahm, Sec'y: Otto 
Stechhan, Treas.; C. A. Dryer, Attorney. 

The Prospect Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion — Meets every Saturday evening at 
Brown & Ferguson's hardware store, 
south end Virginia ave. Capital, $500,- 
000. Charles Wonnell, Pres. ; John 
Schley, Sec'y; Joseph W. Buchanan, 
Treas. 

Turner Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at 120 East Maryland street. Cap- 
ital $100,000. Louis Sielkin, Pres.; 
Oscar Sputh, Sec'y ; George Vonnegut 
Treas. ; C. A. Dryer, Attorney. 

Union Depot Saving aud Loan Association 
— Meets at 170 South Illinois street. 
Capital, $100,000. Christian Waterman, 
Pres.; Albert Behrendt, Sec'y; W. C. 
Weiland, Treas. 

Union Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at 470 South Meridian street. Cap- 
ital $100,000. Peter Bernd, Pres.; 
Kobert Kempf, Sec'y ; Albert Kopp, 
Treas. 

West Indianapolis Saving and Loan Asso- 
ciation — Meets at Stock Yards Hotel. 
Capital $100,000. Charles A. Rouser, 
Pres. ; Joseph E. Morrow, Sec'y ; John 
E. Day, Treas. ; B. F. Witt, Attorney. 

Western Saving and Loan Association — 
Meets at 84 West Washington street. 
Capital $1,000,000. George P. Wood, 
Pres.; Theodore Pfafflin, Sec'y; O. N. 
Frenzel, Treas.; C. A. Dryer, Attorney. 



CEMETERIES. 

Crown Hill Cemetery — Incorporated 186.S. 
Situated on the Michigan road three 
miles north of the city, and comprises 
about 400 acres of land. Stoughton A. 
Fletcher, jr., Pres.; John C. New, Treas.; 



( George P. Anderson, Sec'y, office 9 lu- 
gall's Block. Frederick W. Chislett, 
Supt, office at Cemetery. 

Greenlawn Cemetery — Kentucky ave., west 
of West street. 

Jewish Cemetery — Blnff road, south of city. 
Owned by the Indianapolis Hebrew Con- 
gregation. 

Lutheran Cemetery — Bluff road, south of 
city. 

Roman Catholic Cemetery (English and 
and German) —Bluff" road, south of city. 

CHURCHES A>'D SU>DAY SCHOOLS. 

BAPTIST. 

First Baptist Church — Northeast corner 
Pennsylvania and New York streets. 
Rev. Reuben Jeff'erv, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m".; Sunday School, 2 
p. m. 

Second Baptist Church — North side of 
Michigan, east of W^est street. Rev. 
James M. Harris, pastor. Services 10:30' 
a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School, 9 a. m. 

Third Baptist Tabernacle— 124 Rhode Is- 
land street. Rev. Christopher C. Wil- 
son, pastor. Services 10:l->0 a. m., 7:30 p. 
m.; Sunday School 9 a. m. 

Corinthian Bapti'^tChurch — Southwest cor- 
ner North and Railroad streets. Rev. 
Richard Bassett, pastor. Services 10:30' 
a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 9 a. m. 

Freewill Baptist Church — 321 Indiana 
avenue. Rev. Robert Simmons, pastor. 
Services 11:00 a. m., 3:00 p. m. and 7:30- 
p. m. 

Garden Baptist Church — 168 Bright street. 
Services 10:30 a. m., 7:00 p. m. ; Sunday 
vSchool 2 p. m. 

Garfield Missionary Baptist Church — Me- 
ridian, bet Merrill and McCarty streets. 
Rev. Anderson Simmons, pastor. Ser- 
vices 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday 
School 2 p. m. 

German Baptist Church — Northwest corner 
North and Davidison streets. Rev. Fred- 
erick A Licht, pastor. Services 10:30 a. 
m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 2 p. m. 

Mount Zion Baptist Church — Corner Sec- 
ond street and Lafavette Rv. Services 
11:00 a. m.,3:00 and 8:00 p. in. ; Sunday 
School 9:00 a. m. 

New Bethel Baptist Church— 83 Beeler 
street. Services 11:00 a. m., 7:00 p. m. ; 
Sunday School 9:30 a. m. 

North Baptist Church — Northeast corner 
Cherry street and Broadway. Rev. R. E. 
Neighbor, pastor. Services 11:00 a.m., 
7:30 p. m. ; Sunday Sidiool 9:30 a. m. 

Olive Baptist Church — Corner Coburn and 
McKernan streets. Rev. J. A. Preston, 
pastor. Services 11:00 a. m., 3:00 p. m., 
7:30 p. m. ; Sundav School 9:00 a. m. 

St. John's Tem})le— 294 Blackford street. 

Shiloh Baptist Church — Northwest corner 
Pratt and California streets. Rev. Travis 
Ford, pastor. Services 11 a. m., and 
7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 9 a. m.; Pray- 
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South Cavalry Church — Northeast corner 
Maple and Morris streets. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 9 
a. m. 

South Street Baptist Church — Southwest 
corner South and Noble streets. Kev. C. 
H. McDowell, pastor. Services 10:30 a. 
m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 9 a. m. 

CATHOLIC. 

Church of the Sacred Heart — Corner Union 
and Palmer streets. Eev. Francis Haase, 
rector. Mass 8 a. m., 10 a. m.; Vespers 3 
p. m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

St. Bridget's Catholic Church — Northeast 
corner West and St. Clair streets. Rev. 
Daniel Curran, rector. 

St. Francis' Church — Brightwood. Rev. 
Daniel Curran, pastor. Mass 10 a. m.; 
Vespers 4 p. m.; Sunday School 3 p. m. 

St. John's Cathedral — East side of Ten- 
nessee, north of Georgia street. Right 
Rev. Francis S. Chatard, Bishop; Right 
Rev. August Bessonies, V. G.; Rev. M. 
Collier, Rev. Frederick Gavisk. Ser- 
vices from November to Easter, 6:30 a. 
m., 8:30 a. m., 10:30 a. m.; Sunday School 
2:30 p. m.; Vespers 3 p. m. Summer 
months, half hour earlier. 

St. Joseph Church — Southwest corner No- 
ble and North streets. Rev. H. Alerd- 
ing, rector. Mass 8 a. m., 10 a. m.; 
Vespers 3 p. m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. 
m. 

St. Mary's Catholic Church — South side 
Maryland, west of Delaware street. Very 
Rev. Anthony Scheidler, rector; Rev. 
Kilian Schott, asst. rector. Mass 7:30 a. 
m., 10 a. m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. m.; 
Vespers 3 p. m. 

St. Patrick's Church— Southwest corner 
Dougherty and Short streets. Rev. D. 
0'Donaghue,rector; Rev. Frank W. Quig- 
ley, asst. rector. Mass 6 a. m., 8 a. m., 
10 a. m.; Sunday School and Vespers 3 
p. m. 

CHRISTIAN. 

Brightwood Chapel — Gospel services every 
Sunday morning at 10:30, every Sunday 
evening at 7:30 ; Sunday School at 2 p. 
m. 

Central Christian Church — Southwest cor- 
ner Ohio and Delaware streets, Rev. E. 
J. Gantz, pastor. Sunday Services at 
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday 
School 2:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting 
Thursday night. Pastor's study in the 
Church, where he may be seen daily from 
10 to 12 o'clock. 

Fourth Christian Church — East side of 
West, north of St. Clair. Rev. S. E. 
Pearre, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 
p. m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

N. I. Christian Church — Corner Udell and 
Annette streets. 

Second Christian Church — Northwest cor- 
ner 4th and Howard streets. Services 
10.-30 a. m., 7:00 p. m. ; Sunday School 
9:30 a. m. 



Sixth Christian Church — Southeast corner 

Elm and Pine streets. Services 11 a. m,, 

7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 9 a. m. 

Prayer meeting Thursday evening. 
Third Christian Church — South side Home 

ave. bet Ash street and College ave. 

Rev. Daniel R. VanBuskirk, pastor. 

Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 

School 9 a. m. 
Church of Christ — East side Mulberry, 1 

north of Poplar street. Services 10:30 a. 

m., 7.30 p. m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 
W. I. Christian Church — Williams street, 

(W I). Services Sunday 10:30 am. and 

7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 9 a. m. 

CONGREGATIONAL. 

Mayflower Congregational Church — South 
side St. Clair, east of East street. Rev. 
Nathaniel A. Hyde, D. D., pastor. Ser- 
vices 10:30 a. m.; Sunday School 2 p. m. 
Prayer meeting every Thursday evening 
at 7:30. 

Plymouth Congregational Church — South- 
east corner New York and Meridian 
streets. Rev. Oscar C. McCulloch, pas- 
tor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; 
Sunday School 9:30 a. m. 

EPISCOPAL. 

Christ Episcopal Church — Northeast cor- 
ner Circle and Meridian streets. Rev, 
Edward A. Bradley, rector. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 
2:30 p. m. 

Church of the Holy Innocents — Northeast 
corner Fletcher ave. and Cedar street. 
Rev. Wm. Wirt Raymond, rector. Ser- 
vices 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
School 2:30 p. m.; evening prayers every 
Wednesday. 

Grace Episcopal Church — Southeast corner . 
Pennsylvania and St. Joseph streets. 
Rev. George E. Swan, rector. Holy 
communion 9 a. m.; service and sermon 
10:30 a. m. and 7.-30 p. m.; Sunday School 
3:30 p. m. Only free and open church 
in Indianapolis. 

St. George Chapel — Northwest corner 
Church and Morris street. Rev. Edward 
A. Bradley, rector. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m., Sunday School 2 p. m. 

St. James Mission Chapel — Northeast cor- 
ner West and Walnut streets. Rev. J. S. 
Jenckes, rector. Services 7:30 p. m.; 
Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

St. Paul's Cathedral — Southeast corner New 
York and Illinois streets. Rev. J. S. 
Jenckes, jr., rector. Services 10:45 a.m., 
7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

St. Phillips Mission — 76 West New York. 

EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION. 

First Evangelical Association Church — 
Southeast corner of New York and p]ast 
streets. Rev. Michael W. Stefiey, pastor. 
Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. Sunday- 
School 2:15 p. m. 

Zion's German Evangelical Church — Cor- 
ner Ohio and Bird streets. Rev. J. C. 



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Peters, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 
p. m.; Suudry-School 9 a. m. 

FRIENDS. 
Friends Meeting House — Southwest corner 
Delaware and St. Clair streets. James C. 
Adams, John F. Stanton, Anna Mills 
and Jane Truublood, Ministers. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday-School 9 
a. m.; Wednesday 10:30 a. m. Praj^er 
meeting every Thursday evening. 

GERMAN REFORMED. 

First German Reformed Church — East side 
Alabama south of Market street. Rev. 
Christian Wisner, pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m , 7:30 p. m.; Sunday-School 9 a. m. 

Second German Reformed Church — West 
side East opposite Stevens street. Rev. 
Max G. I. Stern, pastor. Services 10 a. 
m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday-School 2 p. m. 

Third German Reformed Church — North- 
west corner Coburn and New Jersey 
streets. Rev. H. Helming, pastor. Ser- 
vices 10:30 a. m.; Sunday-School 9 a. m. 

Fourth German Reformed Church — East 
side Belmont ave. 1 of north Michigan 
street (Haughville). Ulrich Reue, pastor. 
Services 10 a. m.; Sunday School 9 a. m. 

Sixth German Reform Church — Clifibrd 
avenue, east of city limits. Rev. Ulrich 
Reue, pastor. 

German Reform No. 4. — West side North 
Noble, between Market and Ohio streets. 
Rev. Christian F. Keller, pastor. Services 
10 a. m., 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 9 a. m. 

HEBREW. 

Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation— South 
side of Market, west of East street. Rev. 
Mayer Messing, rabbi. Services 7 p. m. 
Friday ; 9 a. m. Saturday. 

Orthodox Congregational (Cherro Schra 
Thfello)— 352 South Meridian. Services 
7 to 10 a. m. Saturdays ; 4 to 9 p. m. 
Fridays. 

LUTHERAN. 

Danish P>angelical Lutheran Trinity 
Church — Southeast corner McCarty and 
Beaty streets. Rev. Charles J. Moen, 
pastor. Services 10 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; 
Sunday School 2 p. m. 

First English Lutheran Church — Northeast 
corner Walnut and Penn. streets. Rev. 
John Baitzly, pastor. Services 10:45 a. 
m. ; Sunday School, 2 p. m. 

St. Paul German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church — Northeast corner New Jersey 
and McCarty streets. Rev. Charles C. 
Schmidt, pastor. Services 10 a. m., 7.30 
p. m. ; Sunday School 2 p. m. 

Second German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church— Northeast corner East and Ohio 
streets. Rev. Peter Suel, pastor. Ser- 
vices 10 a. m., 2 p m., 7:.30 p. m. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 
Allen A. M. E. Church— East side Broad- 
way, north of Cherry street. Rev. Henry 
H. Thompsom, pastor. Services 10:30 a 



m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 2 p. m. ; 

^.Prayer meeting every Thurday evening. 

Ames M. E. Church — Corner Madison ave. 
and Union street. Rev. John E. Steele, 
pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; 
Sunday School 2 p. m. Young Peoples' 
meeting, Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. 

Bethel A. M. E. Church— Northeast corner 
Vermont and Columbia streets. Rev. J. 
W. Gazaway, pastor. Services 10:30 a. 
m., 7 p. m. ; Sunday School 2 p. m. ; 
Prayer meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. 

Blackford Street M. E. Church— Southeast 
corner Blackford and Market streets. 
Rev. W. F. Sheridan, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 2 
p. m; Prayer meetings Thursday 7:30 p. m. 

Brightwood M. E. Church — Rev. T. H' 
Lynch, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 
p. m.; Sunday School 2 p. m. 

California Street M. E. Churcih— Southwest 
corner North and California streets. Rev. 
S. F. Anderson, pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 2 p. m. 

Central Avenue M. E. Church — Northeast 
corner Central ave, and Butler street. 
Rev. A. W. Lamport, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 
2:15 p. ra. 

East Washington Street Union Sunday 
School — 615 East Washington street. 
Sunday School 2:15 p. ra. 

Edwin Ray M. E. Church — Southwest cor- 
ner Woodlawn ave. and Linden street. 
Rev. Edwin B. Rawls, pastor. Services 
10:.30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 
2:30 p. m. 

First German M. E. Church — Southwest 
corner New York and New Jersey streets. 
Rev. John S. Schneider, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m ; Sunday School 2 
p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday eve- 
nings 7 p. m. 

Fletcher Place M. E. Church — Corner 
vSouth street and Virginia ave. Rev. 
John S. Tevis, pastor. Services 10:30 a. 
m., 7:.30 p. m.; Sunday School 2 p. m. 
Prayer meeting Thursday evenings. 

Grace M. E. Church — Northeast corner 
East and Market streets. Rev. Charles 
W. Tinsley, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 2 p. m. 

Hall Place M. E. Church — Northeast cor- 
ner Seventh street and Hall Place. Rev. 
J. W. Duncan, pastor. Services 10:30 a. 
m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 2 p. m. 
Prayer meeting Thursday evenings. 

Hill Avenue M. E. Church — Hill ave. near 
Beeler street. Services 10:30 a. m., 7 
p. m.; Sunday School 2:15 p. m. 

Irvington M. E. Church — Rev. C. E. Line, 
pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; 
Sunday School 2 p. m. 

Lovely Lane A. M. E. Zion Church— 568 
Virginia ave. Rev. George B. Walker, 
pastor. Services 11:00 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; 
Sunday School 2 p. m. 

Mapleton M. E. Church— Rev. T. W. 
Northcott, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m.; 
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Meridian Street M. E. Church— Southwest 
corner New York and Meridian streets. 
Rev. James E. Gilbert, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7 p. m.; Sunday School 2 
p m. 

North Indianapolis M E Church — Rev. 
Joseph Cotton, pastor. Services 7 p m.; 
Sunday-School 2:30 p. m. 

Roberts Park M. E. Church — Northeast 
corner Delaware and Vermont streets. 
Rev I. H. McConnell, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 2 
p. m. 

Second German M. E. Church — Northeast 
corner Prospect and Spruce streets. Rev. 
Henry Wulzen; pastor. Services 10:30 a. 
m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 2 p. m. 

Seventh Street M. E. Church— Corner 7th 
and Bellefontaine streets. Rev. Wm. H. 
Widman, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7 p. m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

Simpson Chapel — Corner Howard and Sec- 
ond streets. Rev. A. A. Price, pastor. Ser- 
vices 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
School 2 pm. 

West Indianapolis M. E. Church — Wil- 
liams street. Rev. John Kiger, pastor. 
Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
School 2 pm. 

West Mission A. M. E. Church — West side 
Blackford, south of North street. Ser- 
vices 11 a. m., 7 p. m.; Sunday School 2 
p m. 

Zion A. M. E. Church — Northwest corner 
Blackford and North streets. Rev. R. 
T. Anderson, pastor. Services 11 a. m., 
7 p. m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT. 
First Methodist Protestant Church — South- 
east corner Dillon street and Hoyt ave. 
Rev. W. W. Lineberry, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 
2:30 p. m. 

PRESBYTERIAN. 

First Presbyterian Church — Southwest cor- 
ner Pennsylvania and New York streets. 
Rev. Mathias L. Haines, pastor. Serv- 
ices 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 
2:30 p. m.; Bible Class 9:30 a. m. Prayer 
meeting, Thursday evenings. 

Second Presbyterian Church — Northwest 
corner Vermont and Pennsylvania streets. 
Rev. James McLeod, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 
2:15 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday 
evenings. 

Fourth Presbyterian Church — Northwest 
corner Pratt and Pennsylvania streets. 
Rev. G. L. M'Nutt, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 
2:15 p. ra. 

Fifth Presbyterian Church — Southwest 
corner Blackford and Michigan streets. 
Rev. Goorge G. Mitchell, pastor. Servi- 
ces 10:30 a.m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 
2 p. m. 

Sixth Presbyterian Church — Northeast 
corner McCarty and Union streets. Rev. 



George Booth, pastor. Services 10:30 a. 
m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 2 p. m. 

Seventh Presbyterian Church — East side 
Elm, north of Cedar street. Rev. R. V. 
Hunter, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 
Prayer meeting every Thursday evening, 
7:30 p. m. 

Eighth Presbyterian Church — Corner De- 
catur and Beacon (W. I.). Services 7:30 
p. m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

Ninth Presbyterian Church — Northeast 
corner Tennessee and Michigan streets. 
Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
School 2:30 p. m. 

Eleventh Presbyterian Church — East side 
Olive, north of Willow street. Services 
7 p. m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

Twelfth Presbyterian Church — South side 
Maryland, west of West street. Rev. 
Wm. A. Hendrickson, pastor. Services 
11 a. m., Sunday School 9:30 a. m. 

Belmont Mission Church — Sunday School 
3 p. m. 

Memorial Presbyterian Church — North- 
west corner Christian ave and Ash street. 
Rev. Hanford A. Edson, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., Sunday School 2:15 p. m. 
Prayer meeting Thursdays, 7:30 p. m. 

Exposition Sunday School — (Branch of 
Second Presbyterian Church) — West side 
Delaware near Tenth street. 

North Indianapolis Mission — Services 7:30 
p. m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

Riverside Mission — Southeast corner Chad- 
wick and McCarty streets. Services 7:30 
p. m.; Sunday School 9 a. m. 

Tabernacle Presbyterian Church — North- 
east corner Second and Meridian streets. 

^ Rev J Albert Rondthaler, pastor. Serv- 
ices 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
School 2:15 p. m. 

SWEDENBORGIAN. 
New Church Chapel — 333 North Alabama 
street. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:15 p. m.; 
Sunday School 9:15 a. m. 

UNITED BRETHREN. 
East side Oak bet Vine and Cherry streets. 
Rev. A. C. Rice, D.D., pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 
2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday 
evenings. 

UNITED PRESBYTERIAN. 
United Presbyterian Church — Northeast 
corner East street and Massachusetts ave. 
Rev. James P. (.'owan, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 
2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday 
evenings. 

UNIVERSALIST. 
Central Universalist Church — Secret 
League Hall, When block. Rev. A. 
Tibbetts, pastor. Sunday services 10:30 
a. m. Sunday School at close of services, 
F. M. Robinson, Moderator; John Loth, 
Clerk ; Miss Ellen Brincr, Treas. 



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CLUBS. i 

ATHLETIC CLUB. j 

George H. Bryce, Pres.; Thomas E. Hib- | 

ben, Vice-Pres.; Herbert Collins, Sec'y. j 

CHATARD CLUB (CATHOLIC.) | 
122 North Meridian street. Dr. R. A. j 
Davis, Pres.; James Renihan, First Vice- I 
Pres.; James S. Morgan, Second Vice- j 
Pres.; M. W. Carr, Recording Sec'y.; J. | 
C. Dalton, Financial Sec'y.; Captain 
James McHugh, Treas.; W. J. McFar- 
laue, Librarian. 

HENDRICKS CLUB. 
Organized Dec. 29, 1885. Meets in Frank- 
lin Life Insurance Building, Kentucky 
avenue and Illinos streets. Hon. James 
H. Rice, Pres.; Pierre Gray, Sterling R. 
Holt, George F. Edenharter, Vice-Pres.; 
Chris. H. Stein, Financial Sec'y.; P. J. 
Ryan, Recording Sec'y.; John E. Sulli- 
van, Treas.; Tim Griffin, Marshal ; 
Charles Taylor, Asst. Marshal; Wm. L. 
O'Connor, Sergeaut-at Arms. 

INDIANAPOLIS CHESS CLUB. 
Oganized Sept., 1885. John N. Hurty, 
Pres.; Otto Stechhan, Vice-Pres.; War- 
wick H. Ripley, Secy.; P. L. Chambers, 
Treas. Club Rooms 11 Thorpe Block. 

ELITE PLEASURE CLUB. 
Organized 188-4. Paul Smith, Pres., R. B. 
"NVissel, Sec'y.; L. J. Denzer, Treas. 

THE HUSTON REPUBLICAN CLUB 

. (COLORED). 
James A. Farley, Pres.; W. W. Walden, 
Sec'y; Henry Moore, Treas. 

THE LINCOLN LEAGUE CLUB. 
J. N. Huston, Pres., Charles E. Wilson, 
Sec'y.; Norman S. Byram, Treas. 

TIPPECANOE CLUB. 
Jacob B. Julian, Pres.; John L. Avery, 
Sec'y.; Rev. Love H. Jameson, Chaplain. 



COURTS. 

United States Court of the District of In- 
diana — The United States is divided into 
nine Judicial Circuits, in each of which 
a Circuit Court is held for each district 
within each circuit. The act of Congress 
approved April 10, 1869, provided as fol- 
lows: "The Circuit Courts in each cir- 
cuit shall beheld by the Justice of the 
Supreme Court allotted to the circuit, or 
by the Circuit Judge of the circuit, or by 
the District Judge of the district, sitting 
alone, or by the Justice of the Supreme 
Court and Circuit Judge sitting together, 
in which case the Justice of the Supreme 
Court shall preside, or in the absence of 
either of them, by the other (who shall 
preside), and the District Judge." The 
State of Indian comprises one Judicial 
District. The courts for the district are 



held atlndianapolis,New Albany,Evans- 
ville and Ft. Wayne. The district is 
attached to the Seventh Judicial Circuit, 
which comprises the States of Wisconsin, 
Illinois and Indiana. 
The Courts of the District of Indiana are 
organized as follows: 

CIRCUIT COURT. 

Assistant Justice of the Supreme Court — 
Hon. John M. Harlan. 

Circuit Judge — Hon. Walter Q. Gresham. 

District Sudge — Hon. Wm. A. Woods. 

Clerk — Noble C Butler. 

Deputy Clerk— Willard C. Nichols. 

United States District Attorney — David 
Turpie. 

United States Marshal — Edward Hawk- 
ins. 

Terms of Circuit. — P^irst Tuesdays in May 
and November, in the Circuit Court 
Room, Postoffice building. 



UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. 
District Judge— Hon. Wm. A. Woods. 
United States District Attorney — David 

Turpie. 
United States Marshal — Edward Hawkins. 
Clerk — Noble C Butler. 
Master in Chancery — Wm. P. Fishback. 
Terms of Court — Same as United States 

Circuit Court. 

SUPREME COURT OF INDIANA. 

Chief Justice — Byron K. Elliott. 

Associate Justices — George V. Howk, Jo- 
seph A. S. Mitchell, Allen Zollars, Wm. 
E. Niblack. 

Term of Supreme Court — Fourth Monday 
in May and fourth Monday in November. 

MARION CIRCUIT COURT. 
Judge — A. C. Ayers ; term expires October 

18, 1890. 
"■■'Clerk — John E Sullivan ; term expires 

November 20, 1890. 
Terms of Court — Second Monday in Feb- 
ruary, first Monday in May, fourth Mon- 
day in August and first Monday in De- 
cember. 

MARION COUNTY CRIMINALCOURT. 

Judge — Wm. Irvin ; term expires Novem- 
ber 2, 1890. 

Prosecuting Attorney — James L. Mitchell; 
term expires November 5, 1889. 

De|iuty Prosecuting Attorney — John W. 
Hollzman. 

SUPERIOR COURT. 

Established April, 1871. 
Judges — Napoleon B, Taylor; term expires 

October, 1890. Daniel W.Howe; term 

expires October, 1890. Lewis C. Walker; 

term expires October, 1892. 
Terms of Sui)erior Court — This court is in 

session at all times, except during the 

months of July and August. 

■-The Clerk of the Circuit Court is ex-Officio 
Clerk of all the Courts. 



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FEDERAL OFFICERS. 

Judge United States Supreme Court — John 
M. Harlan, PostofBce bldg. 

Judge United States Circuit Court— Walter 
Q. Gresham, Postoffiee bldg. 

Judge United States District Court — Wm. 
A Woods, PostofBce bldg. 

Clerk United States Courts— Noble C. But- 
ler, Postoffiee bldg. 

Deputies Circuit and District Clerk — Wil- 
lard C. Nichols, Ed McDevitt. 

United States District Attorney — David 
Tuipie, Postoffiee bldg. 

Assistant United States District Attorney — 
John G. McNutt, Postofiice bldg. 

United States Marshal — Edward Hawkins, 
Postoffiee bldg. 

Deputies—G. F. Miller, Christian H Stein, 
Francis A. Ward, Charles P. Taylor. . 

United States Pension Agent — Charles A. 
Zollinger, Union bldg. 

Chief Clerk— Joseph L. Keiley. 

Deputies— W. H. L. Sater, J. O. Beard, C. 
August Bennerschmidt, C. E. Jones, J 
W. Welborn, B. McCarthy, Robert W. 
Medkirk, C. CliflFton Kerr. J. A. Boyer, 
George W. Palmer, Carl Habich. 

United States Board of Pension Exami- 
ners— SO^^ West Washington street. 
James K. Bigelow, Pres.; E.. French 
Stone, Treas.; Charles E. Wright, Sec'y. 

Inspector of Customs — Peter Carson, Post- 
office bldg. 

Collector of Customs — August M. Kuhn, 
Postoffiee bldg. 

Collector of Internal Revenue — Wm. D. 
H. Hunter, Lawrencebnrg, Ind. 

Deputies — Cornelius B. Wadsworth, James 
W. McGinnis. 

Postmaster — Aquilla Jones, Sr., Postoffiee 
bldg. 

Assistant Postmaster- -John W. Dodd, 
Postoffiee bldg. 

United States Commissioners — Henry D. 
Pierce, office 24-2 East Washington street ; 
John R. Wilson, 76 East Washington 
street ; Harry J. Milligan,office 8 Wright 
block; Lewis Jordan, office 24 Vance 
block ; Albert Baker, 23 South Pennsyl- 
vania street, Charles Martindale, Mtna 
bldg. 

Signal Observer — Charles F. R. Wappen- 
hans, rooms 52 Ingall's block. 



INCORPORATED COMPANIES. 

Acme Milling Co. — 352 West Washington 
street. Incorporated 1884. Capital $100,- 
000. S. F. Robinson, Pres. ; Charles L. 
Cutter, Vice-Pres. and Mngr. ; Samuel 
Harris, Sec'y and Treas. 

Adams Brick Co. — Office 42 Court House. 
J. C. Adams, Mngr. 

American Collecting and Reporting Asso- 
ciation — 30i West Washington Street. 
Incorporated 1886. Capital $25,000. N. 
S. Allison, Pres. and Mngr. ; W. S. Smith, 
Sec'y. , 



American Lantern Co, of Indianapolis — 
Capital $100,000. E. H. Waldron, Pres. 

Atkins Soap Co. — 208 South Illinois street. 
Incorporated 1884. Capital $50,000. K 

C. Atkins, Pres. and Treas. ; W. H. Per- 
kins, Sec'y. 

Atlas Engine Works — Northeast corner 9th 
street and Martindale ave. Incorpor- 
ated 1878. Capital $200,000. Stoughton 
A, Fletcher, Pres. ; Hugh H. Hanna, 
Vice-Pres ; Jesse Fletcher, Treas. ; C. B. 
Fletcher, Sec'y. 

Barnett & Elliott Shoe Co— 32 West Mary- 
land street. Incorporated May 25, 1885. 

D. W. Barnett, Pres.; J. R. Newton, 
Sec'y and Treas. 

Belt Railroad & Stock Yards Co.— Office 
Union Stock Yards. Incorporated 1876. 
Capital $1,000,000. W. R. McKeen, 
Pres.; A. D. Lynch, Sec'y and Treas.; W. 
P. Ijams, Supt. 

Black C. H. Mnfg. Co.— 44 East Mary- 
land street. Capital $25,000. H. Z. 
Beck, Pres.; C. H. Black, Supt. 

Bowen-Merrill Co. The— 16 and 18 West 
Washington street. Incorporated 1885. 
Capital $80,000. Silas T Bowen, Pres.; 
Charles D. Meigs, jr., Sec'y; Wm. H. El- 
vin, Treas. 

Bryant & Stratton Indianapolis Business 
University — When block opp. P. O. In- 
corporated 1886. O. H. Trook, Pres ; 
Wm. M. Redman, Treas; E.J. Heeb, Sec'y. 

Builders Exchange — 31 South Pennsyl- 
vania street. Incorporated May, 1886. 
Capital $1,000. John Martin, Pres.; W. 
P. Jungclaus, Sec'y.; F. C. Smith, Ass't 
Sec'y; G. O. Eldridge, Treas. 

Cabinetmakers' Union — 446 to 450 East 
Market street. Incorporated 1862. Cap- 
ital $100,000. Henry Bauer, Pres.; George 
A. Albrecht, Treas. ; G. G. Stark, Sec'y 
and Supt. 

Capital Elevator Co.— C, L, St. L. & C. 
Ry. ; north of North street. Office 33 
South Meridian street. Incorporated 
1875. J. A. Closser, Pres. ; George W. 
Johnston, Treas. ; M. A. Woollen, Sec'y. 

Central Chair Co. — Southwest corner 
Georgia and Missouri street. Incor- 
porated February, 1884. Capital $25,000. 
T. L. Thompson, Pres. ; C. F. Woerner, 
Vice-Pres; B. F. Schmid, Sec'y and 
Treas. 

Citizens' Co-operative Telephone Co. — 21 
South Pennsylvania street. Incorporated 
April 23, 1886. Capital $400,000. John 
Caven, Pres. ; J. M Ridenour, Sec'y. 

Citizens' Street Railway Co. — 76 West 
Louisiana street. Incorporated 1864. 
Capital $500,000. A. W. Johnson, Pres. ; 
C. F. Johnson, Vice-pres. ; T. L. John- 
son, Treas. ; A. A. Anderson, Sec'y ; P. 
Wooldridge; Auditor; W. T. Steele, 
Mngr. 

Covert Fire Ladder and Stand Pipe Escape 
Co— Office 19.} E Washington street. In- 
corporated 1884. Capital $50,000. John 
Caven, Pres. ; II S Bigham, Sec'y and 
Treas. 



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Cutler & Savidge Lumber Co — 151 to 159 

^ South East street. Incorporated 1875. 
Capital §500,000. Dwight Cutler, Pres. ; 
E. C. Bury, Treas. 

Cyclone Co — 286 Indiana ave. Capital 
$300,000. Smith Craft, Pres.; James 
Buchanan, Sec'y and Treas. 

C. Krauss & Co— 220 South Meridian 
street. Incorporated 1884. Capital $50,- 
000. Jacobs. Hidebrand, Pres. ; O. E. 
Beck, Vice-Pres. ; Charles Krauss, Sec'y. 

Dean Bros. Steam Pump Works — Corner 
Madison ave. and Ray street. Incor- 
porated 1881. Capital $50,000. E. H. 
Dean, Pres. ; W. R. Dean, Vice-Pres. ; J. 
C. Dean, Sec'y and Treas. ; W. H. Dean. 
Supt. 

Drew & Wasson Mining Co — 24 South 
Pennsylvania street. John Thomas, 
Pres. ; John L. Ketcham, Sec'y. ; W. G. 
Wasson, Manager. 

Eagle Machine Works Co — Southeast cor- 
ner Meridian and Louisiana streets. In- 
corporated 1886. Capital 8100,000. L. 
W. Hasselman, Pres.; Watson J. Hassel- 
man, Vice-Pres.; H. E.Thomas, Sec'y; 
Theodore P Haughey, Treas. 

Electric Light and Gas Heating and Illu- 
minating Co. — Office 68 East Market 
street. Incorporated 1881. Capital 
$25,000. A. M. Fletcher, Pres.; Henry 
Decker, vSec'y ; John R. Pearson, Supt. 

Eli Lilly & Co.,Mnfg Pharmacists— 132 to 
136 East McCarty street. Incorporated 
1881. Capital $40,000. Eli Lilly, Pres.; 
E. F. Lilly, Sec'y and Treas. 

E. C. Atkins & Co.— Saw mnfrs, 202 to 216 
South Illinois street. Incorporated No- 
vember, 1885. Capital $200,000. E. C. 
Atkins, Pres.; W. H. Perkins, Vice-Pres. 
and Sec'y ; Merritt A. Potter, Treas. 

Fayette Street Rink (col'd)— 18 and 20 
Fayette street. Incorporated November, 
1886. Capital $3,000. John Puryear, 
Pres.; Benjamin T. Thornton, Sec'y ; Ed- 
ward Harris, Treas. 

Foster C. C. Lumber Co.— 181 West 1st 
street. Incorporated 1884. Capital $50- 
000. L. A. Budenz, Pres.; Chapin C 
Foster, Sec'y and Treas. 

Gutenberg Co. — 27 South Delaware street. 
Incorporated 1876. Capital $30,000. 
Publishers Telegraph, Volksblatt, and 
Spottvogel. A. Seidensticker, Pres.; H. 
O. Thudium, Supt. 

Haugh, Ketcham & Co. Iron Works — 
Haughville. Benjamin F. Haugh, Pres.; 
John L. Ketcham, Sec'y. 

Hanson-VanCamp Co.— 78, 80 and 82 
South Illinois street. Incorporated Jan- 
uary 1, 1884. Capital stock $150,000. 
Julius A. Hanson, Pres.; Harvey G. 
Carey, Vice-Pres.; Cortland VanCamp, 
Sec'y and Treas. Wholesale hardware, 
iron and steel. 

Hecla Consolidated Mining Co. — No. 8 
Chamber of Commerce. Incorporated 
1877. Capital $1,500,000. John Thom- 
as, Pres.; John McCutcheon, Sec'v; John 
W. Wright, Treas. 



Hunt Soap Co.— 701 to 707 South West 
street. Incorporated 1882. Capital $10,- 
000. J. A. Hunt, Sec'y and Treas. 

Indiana Farmer Co. — 34 East Market. 
street. Capital $30,000. Incorporated 
1877. J. B. Conner, Pres.; J. G. Kings- 
bury, Sec'y and Treas. 

Indiana Blooded Stock Co. — 49 South Penn- 
sylvania street. Incorporated 1884. 
Capital stock $200,000. F. A. Fletcher, 
Vice-Pres.; J. F. Holt, Sec'y and Treas. 

Indiana Bridge Co. — Southwest corner 
Biddle and Bee Line Ry. T. F. Rose, 
Pres.; F. E. Haffner, Sec'y and Treas.; 
W. H, Wood, Supt. 

Indiana Paper Co.- -21 to 25 East Mary- 
land street. Incorporated 1884. Capital 
$150,000. Wm. O. De Vay, Pres.; James 
R. Lilley, Sec'y and Treas. 

Indiana Sick and Burial Association — 
1 15 A East Washington street. George N. 
Engle, Pres.; Clara Johnson, Sec'y; 
Elijah F. Johnson, Treas. 

Indiana Stone & Cement Co. — 24^ East 
Washington street. Organized 1884. 
Capital $35,000. J. J. Turner, Pres. and 
Treas.; M. H. Talbott, Mngr. 

Indianapolis Abattoir Co. — West Morris 
street near bridge. Incorporated 1882. 
Joseph Allerdice, Pres.; George G. Stev- 
ens, Sec'y. 

Indianapolis Board of Trade — 33 South 
Meridian street. Incorporated June 9, 
1882. Silas T Bowen, Pres.; J. A. Clos- 
ser, Vice-Pres.; D. A. Richardson, Treas.; 
John G. Blake, Sec'y. 

Indianapolis Brush Electric Light and 
Power Co. — Office, 19A East Washington 
street. Incorporated 1881. Capital $150,- 
000. John Caven, Pres.; C. C. Curtis, 
Sec'y; George W. Stockley, Treas. 

Indianapolis Cabinet Co. — Head of Malott 
ave. Incorporated 1880. Capital $150,- 
000. John Roberts, Pres.; Francis A. 
Coffin, Sec'y and Treas. 

Indianapolis Car and Mnfg Co. — Hadley 
ave, crossing Belt R. R. Charles S. Mil- 
lard, Pre.s. and Treas. 

Indianapolis Chair Mnfg Co. — 184 West 
New York Street. Charles Helwig, Pres.; 
F. E. Helwig, Vice Pres.; John W. El- 
stun, Sec'y. 

Indianapolis, Decatur and Springfield Ele- 
vator Co. — 15 Chamber of Commerce. 
A. P. Lewis, Sec'y ; John Hurd, Mngr. 

Indianapolis District Mesesnger Co. — 22 
North Illinois street. Incorporated 1885, 
Capital $20,000. Edward G. Ohmer. 
Charles J. Farnum, Thomas Haggart, 
John T. Brush and John A. Holman. 

Indianapolis District Telegraph Co. — 13 
South Meridian street. Incorporated 
1885. Capital $20,000. E. G. Ohmer, 
Pres. ; Thos. Taggart, Sec'y and Treas. 

Indianapolis Elevator Co.— Office 11 Cham- 
ber of Commerce. Incorporated 1872. 
William Coughlen, Pres. ; George S. 
Warren, Sec'y; John C. Wright, Treas. 

Indianapolis Excelsior Mnfg. Co. — 366 
West Washington street. Incorporated 



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INDIANAPOLIS CITY DIRECTORY. 



:;.1885. Capital |12,000. J. B. Johason, 

'^ Pres. ; O. B. Johnson, Sec'y and Treas. 

Indianapolis Fertilizer Co.— 359 West 
Washington street. Incorporated 1883. 
Martin Birk, Pres. ; Frederick G. Wise- 
logel, Sec'y and Treas. 

Indianapolis Foundry Co. — 57 to 97 Bates 
street. Incorporated 1884. Capital $50,- 
000. E. M. Johnson, Pres.; A.. S. Heizer 
Sec'y ; Samuel Scliuch, Supt. 

Indianapolis Gas Light and Coke Co. — 49 
South Pennsylvania street. Incorporat- 
ed 1851. Capital $350,000. A. M. 
Fletcher, Pres,;"S.D. Pray, Sec'y. 

Indianapolis Glue Co. — Corner 6th and 
West streets. S. C. Haughey, Pres.; A. 
P. Spr nance, Sec'y. 

Indianapolis Journal Newspaper Co. — 
Northeast corner Circle and Market 
streets. Incorporated August, 1886. 
Publishers Daily, Sunday and Weekly 
Journal. John C. New, Pres.; Harry S. 
New, Sec'y; Oliver T. Morton, Treas. 

Indianapolis Lounge Co. — 12 to 20 North 
East street. Incorporated 1884. Capital 
$10,000. J. W. Hess, Pres ; H. A. Hoff- 
man, Vice-Pres.; R. A. Kistner, Sec'y 
and Treas. 

Indianapolis Malleable Iron Co. — Haugh- 
ville. Incorporated 1S82. Capital $200,- 
000. Alfred A. Pope, Pres.; George Q. 
Thornton, Sec'y and Treas.; Charles E. 
Brooks, Asst. Treas. 

Indianapolis Manufacturers' and Carpen- 
ters' Union — 38, 40 and 42 South New 
Jersey street. Incorporated 1872. Cap- 
ital $75,000. Val. Schaaf, Pres.; Fred. 
Schmid, Sec'y and Treas. 

Indianapolis Packing and Rendering Co — 
Capital $50,000. Michael Sells, Pres.; 
W. P. Ijams, Treas. and Mngr., Union 
Stock Yards. 

Indianapolis Rolling Mill Co — 8 Chamber 
of Commerce. Incorporated 1857. Cap- 
ital $600,000. Aquilla Jones, Sr., Pres.; 
S. W. Morgan, Sec'y.; John Thomas, 
Treas. 

Indianapolis Sentinel Co — 71 and 73 West 
Market street. Established 1841. Cap- 
ital $53,000. John C. Shoemaker, Pres.; 
Wm. S. Fish, Supt. 

Indianapolis Sterotype Works — 71 East 
Washington street. Incorporated Au- 
gust 24, 1886. Capital $10,000. C. S. 
Warburton, Pres. and Treas.; C. B. 
Thompson, Sec'y. 

Indianapolis Stove Co — 85 and 87 South 
Meridian street. Incorporated 1877. De- 
loss Root, Pres.; H. W. Bennett, Sec'y. 
and Treas. 

Indianapolis Terra Cotta Co— 32 West 
Washington street. Incorporated April 
1883. Capital $20,000. W. F. Stilz, Pres.; 
G. L. Dickenson, Sec'y and Treas. 

Indianapolis Water Co. — Office 23 South 
Penn. street. Capital $500,000. Thom- 
as A. Morris, Pres.; Milton A. Morris, 
Sec'y.; F. A. W. Davis, Vice-Pres. 

Island Coal Co. — 32 East Market street. 
Incorporated Nov. 8th, 1883. Capital 



1100,000. S. N. Yeoman, Pres.; A. M. 
Ogle, Sec'y.; W. W. Hubbard, Treas. 

Jenney Electric Co. — Crossing Morris 
street and I. ~'k V. R. R., West Indianap- 
olis. D. W. Marmon, Pres.; A. H. Nor- 
dyke, Vice-Pres.; Brain rd Rorison, 
Sec'y.; A. K. Howell, Treas.; C. D. 
Jenny, Electrician. 

Kimberlin Mnfg. Co. — Northwest corner 
Georgia and Tennessee streets. Capital 
$50,000. L. F. Kimberlin, Pres.; George 
W. Moore, Sec'y and Treas. 

Lock Seam Elbow Mnfg Co.— 30 
to 36 East South street. Capital $6,000 
Wm. Thorn, Sec'y and Treas.; Benjamin 
Burgess, Supt. 

Lyon, Murry & Peck Co — Lincoln ave. and 
Wabash R. R. Augustus I. Lyon, Pres.; 
Frederick L. Peck, Vice-Pres.; Charles 

C. Carr, Sec'y and Treas. 

Masonic Burial Ground Association of In- 
dianapolis — Office 783 North Delaware 
street. Incorporated May 8, 1873, 
Roger Parry, Pres. ; Willis D. Engle, 
Sec'y and Treas. 

Moore Desk Co — 84 East Market street. 
Incorporated 1879. J. A. Moore, Pres.; 
P. J. Carlton, Sec'y ; T. H. Harris, Mngr. 
and Treas. 

Morning Star Publishing Co — 37 and 39 
Virginia ave. Capital $20,000. Incor- 
porated 1886. Seth Mills, Pres. ; Ellis 
Lawrence, Sec'y; G. M. Walrad, Mngr. 

Mutchner & Higgins Co. The— 88 Virginia 
ave. Incorporated June, 1886. Capital 
$50,000. W. L. Higgins, Pres.; P. E. 
Mutchner, Sec'y; Wm. March, Treas. 

National Compound Co. — 69 West Mary- 
land street. Incorporated October, 1886. 
Capital $6,000. 

Nichols, Shepard & Co — 22 Kentucky ave. 
John Nichols, Pres. ; David Shepard, 
Vice-Pres. ; E. C. Nichols, Sec'y and 
Treas. Farm Engines and Agricultural 
Implement Mnfrs. 

Nordyke & Marmon Co — Crossing Morris 
street and Indianapolis & Vincennes 
Railroad (W I.) Incorporated 1871. 
Capital $100,000. A. H. Nordyke, Pres. ; 

D. W. Marmon, Sec'y. ; A. K. Hollo- 
well, Treas. 

North Indianapolis Cradle Works — Corner 
Udell and canal. Incorporated 1878. 
H. L. Hewitt, Pres., Sec'y. and Treas. 

Oolitic Quarry Co— 24i East Washington 
street. Organized February, 18S5. Cap- 
ital $30,000. A. W. Pond, Pres. ; H. M. 
Talbott and Walter Kessler, Mngrs. 

Organizer Publishing Co — 66^ North Penn- 
sylvania street. Incorporated July, 1886. 
Capital $5,000. Mrs. J. R. Nichols, 
Pres.: Miss Sadie B. Whistler, Sec'y.; 
Miss Mollie G. Hay, Treas. Publishers 
The Organizer. 

Parry Planter Co — 75 to 87 Garden street. 
Incorporated July 24, 1886. Capital 
$20,000. D. M. Parrv, Pres. and Sec'y, ; 
D. A. Goodin, Treas.; T. H. Parry, 
Supt. 



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Phoenix Caster Co. — Corner State ave and 
C I St L & C Ry. Incorporated 1883. 
Capital $10,000. Wm. H. Tucker, Pres.; 
Henrj Sohn, Vice-Pres.; Robert L Dor- 
sey, Sec'y and Tr^as.; G. A. Rentschler, 
Supt. 

Piel The Wm. F. Co.— 1 and 2 Condit 
block. Incorporated May 25, 1886. Cap- 
ital $300,000. Wm. F. Piel, Sr., Pres.; 
Wm. F. Piel, Jr., Vice-Pres. and Treas.; 
H W Piel, Sec. 

Pioneer Brass Works— 110 and 112 South 
Pennsvlvania street. Incorporated April 
11, 1877. Capital $10,000. John H. 
Brinkmeyer, Supt. 

Pneumatic Co. — Ninth street and Martin - 
dale ave. Incorporated 1884. Capital 
$15,000. 

Potts C. & A. & Co.— 420 West Washington 
street. Incorporated December, 1885. 
Capital $12,000. Lindley Vinton, Pres.; 
Clayton Potts, Sec'y and Treas. 

Eockwood, Newcomb & Co.— 180 to 190 
South Pennsylvania street. Incorpora- 
ted 1886. Capital $10,000. W. E. Rock- 
wood, Pres.; H. C. Newcomb, Sec'y and 
Treas. 

Roofing Tile and Clay Co.— 28 East Ohio 
street. Augustus Bruner, Pres.; Henry 
Jameson, Treas.; John M. Judah, Sec'y. 

Rough Notes Co. The.— 25 "East Market 
street. Incorporated January, 1881. E. 
C. Atkins, Pres.; H. C. Martin, Sec'y, 
Treas. and Mngr. 

Salisbury & Vinton Paper Co. — West end 
of Maryland street. Incorporated October, 
1878. Capital $50,000. Henry Salis- 
bury, Pres.; Merrick E. Vinton, Treas. 

Sentinel Printing Co. — 71 and 73 West 
Market street. Incorporated June 26, 
1886. Capital $15,000. W. S. Fish, 
Pres.; W J. Craig, Vice-Pres.; J. W. 
Minor, Sec'y and Treas. 

Sinker, Davis & Co.— 101 to 149 South 
Pennsylvania street. Incorporated 1871. 
Capital $200,000. Thomas Davis, Pres.; 
Latham Davis, Sec'y.; J. H. Hooker, 
Treas. 

South Bend Iron Works— 158 to 164 South 
Pennsylvania street. James Oliver, Pres.; 
Joseph D. Oliver, Treas.; L. A. Hubbard, 
Sec'y; H. B. Smith, Mngr. 

Standard Publishing Co The— 37* Vir- 
ginia ave. Rev. Charles F. Beach, Pres.; 
Charlt-s F. Beach, jr., Sec'y. 

State Buibiing, Safe Deposit and Loan As- 
sociation of Indiana — 3 Abbett building. 
Incorporated 1882. Capital $500,000. 
James S. Thompson, Pres.; Samuel Saw- 
yer, Sec'y. 

Steel Pulley and Machine Works— 79 to 85 
South Pennsylvania street. D. L. Whit- 
tier, Propr. 

Superior Coal Co. — 32 East Market street. 
Incorporated September, 1886. Capital 
$50,000. E. H. Scott, Pres.; A. M. Ogle, 
Vice Pres. and Sec'y; W. W. Hubbard, 
Treas. 

Tucker & Dorsev Manufacturing Co. — Cor- 
ner State ave. and C. I. St. L. & C. Ry. 

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Incorporated 1883. Capital $28,000. 
Wm. H. Tucker, Pres.; R. L. Dorsey, 
Sec'y and Treas. 

Union Chemical Co. — 208 South Illinois 
street. Incorporated May, 1886. Capi- 
tal $100000. W. H. Perkins, Pres.; 
Merritt H. Potter, Sec'y and Treas. 

United States One Stave Bucket Co — 4 
Iron block. Incorported 1886. Capital 
$15,000. Wm. Bellis, Pres.; Wm. M. 
Hayner, Vice-Pres.; Harry Barnes, Sec'y; 
Wm. K. Bellis, Treas. 

United States Encaustic Tile Works — cor- 
7th Street and C, I., St L & C. Ry. In- 
corporated June 3, 1886. Capital $150,- 
000. John J. Cooper, Pres.; Jackson 
Landers, Vice-Pres.; John Pickens ,Sec'y 
and Treas. 

United States Wire and Nail Works— 76 
to 86 South Shelby street. Incoporated 
1884. Capital $25,000. Daniel A. Chen- 
owith, Pres.;. Albert E. Monroe, Sec'y. 

VanCamp Packing Co.— 202 to 224 West 
Market street. Incorporated October, 
1883. Capital $40,000. Gilbert C Van- 
Camp, Pres.; Frank VanCamp Sec'y. and 
Treas. 
■ Vinton Iron W^orks — 420 West Washing- 
ton street. Capital $45,000. Lindley 
Vinton, Pres.; George Potts, Supt. 

W^igner Car Co.— 3 Ingalls' Block. H. R. 
Duval, Pres.; Charles Lewis. Sec'y. 

Western Furniture Co. — Madison ave., 
south end of Delaware street. Incorpo- 
rated 1873. Capital $48,500. Edward 
Kettenbach, Pres ; F. J. Rapp, Sec'y.; 
Daniel Willig, Supt. 

Wrought Iron Bridge Co.— 37 West Wash- 
ington street. A. B. Abbott, Pres.; D. 
Hammond, Vice-Pres. and Mngr.; F. M. 
Wyant, Sec'y and Treas.; M. Adier, Supt. 

Yaryan Fifth Wheel oo.— 30 North Dela- 
ware street. Incorporated 1884. Capi- 
tal, $30,000. John C. Green, Pres.; 
Henry Malpas, Sec'y and Treas. 



INSURANCE. 

Central Live Stock Insurance Co. of Indi- 
ana (Limited) — Home office 14 Hubbard 
block, Indianapolis. Incorporated June 
16, 1886. Capital $100,000. Clem Stu- 
dabaker, Pres.; Samuel McKeen, Vice- 
Pres ; Theodore P. Haughey, Treas.; T. 
A. Lloyd, Sec'y; T. L. Armstrong, V. S., 
Veterinary. 

Franklin (Fire) Insurance Co. of Indian- 
apolis — Southwest corner Circle and 
Market streets. Incorporated 1851; re- 
organized 1871. James E Robertson, 
Pres.; J. M. Newburger, Vice-Pres ; Ga- 
briel Schmuck, Sec'y. 

German Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of In- 
diana — 29 South Delaware street. In- 
corporated 1854. A. Seidensticker, 
Pres.; L. Schmidt, Sec'y. 

Home Benefit Association of Indianapo- 
lis— 22 Baldwin Block. T. M. Murphy, 
Pres.; M. Stark, Sec'y. 



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LABOR ORGANIZATIONS. 



Alpha Assembly, 1712, K. of L.— Meets 
every Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock, at 
lloj East Washington street. 

Andrews Assembly, 4422, K. of L. — Meets 
at Odd Fellows' Hall, corner 7th and 
Illinois streets, every Tuesday evening at 
7:30 o'clock. 



Howard Aid Association of Indiana — 10 
Masonic Temple. Incorporated 1878. 
Berry Self, Pres.; Lew Eeplogle, Sec'y 
and Treas. i 

Indiana Association of Underwriters — 25 I 
East Market street. M. E. Lawrance, i 
Pres. 

Indiana Insurance Co. of Indianapolis— 64 
East Market street. Chartered 1851. ! 
Ee-orgauized 1875. Capital $150,000. 
N. S. Bvram, Pres.; C. E. Dark, Vice- 
Pres.; M. Y. McGilliard, Sec'y; T. P. 
Haughey, Treas. 

Indianapolis German Mutual Fire Insur- 
ance Co. — lloj East Washington street. 
Incorporated 1884. Otto Stechhan, Pres.; 
F. W. Simon, Yice-Pres.; Hermann Sie- 
boldt, Sec'y; Charles Aldag, Treas. 

Indus-rial Life Association of Indianapolis 
— 70 East Market street. Incorporated 
1877. George B. Wright, Pres.; A. L. 
Wright, Yice-Pres.; F. M. Curtis, Sec'y.; 
J. W. Morris, Treas.; John O. Cooper, 
Gen. Mngr. 

Manufacturers' ^lutual Fire Insurance 
Co of Indianapolis — 35 and 36 Yance 
block. A. H. Nordyke, Pres.; Charles B. 
Funston, Sec'y. 

Masonic Mutual Benefit Society of Indi- 
ana — Northeast corner Circle and Mar- 
ket streets. 2d floor. 'A. H. Brown, 
Pres.; George H. West, Sec'y. 

Mutual Life and Endowment Association 
of Indiana — 30 North Delaware street. 
Incorporated February, 1882. Dr. H. 
F. Barnes, Pres.; Henry Malpas, Sec'y.; 
W. R. Myers, Treas.; John C. Green, At- 
torney. 

National Benefit Association — 11 to 16 
Talbott block. M. Henning, Pres.; Ralph 
Worthington, Yice-Pres.; John A. Wil- 
kens, Sec'y. 

Odd Fellows' Mutual Aid Association of 
Indiana — 2 Odd Fellows' Hall. Organ- 
ized November 22, 1872. Wm. Wallace, 
Pres.; J. W. McQuiddy, Sec'y.; T, P. 
Haughey, Treas. 

Old Wayne Mutual Life Association — 77^ 
East "Market street. Re-incorporated 
May, 1883. L. C. Stewart, Pres ; John 
Furnas, Sec'y.; and Treas. 

St. Bonifacius Life Association of Indiana 
—Capital §2,000. Peter Zimmer, Pres.; 
John Geis, Yice-Pres.; A. H. MuUer, 
Sec'y.; Ignatz Hurrle, Treas. 

United States Railway Pitssenger Conduc- 
tor-?' Accident Association — Hi West < 
Washington street. Harry King, Pres, 
W. K. Bellis, Sec'v and Treas. 



Anna Darling Assembly, 4645, K. of L. — 
Meets every Tuesday evening, at south- 
east corner Washington and Meridian sts. 
Armstrong Assembly, 221 2, K. of L. — Meets 
every Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock, 
at liSi E;ist Washington street. 
Bakers' Union, No. IS. — Meets second and 
fourth Saturday in each month at 8 p. 
m , at Baldwins block. 
Barbers' Assembly, 3289, K. of L. — Meets 
everv Tuesday evening, at 9:30 o'clock, at 
No. 20 Iron block. 
Brisbin Assembly, 4232, K. of L.— Meets 
at Burns' Hall, Indiana ave., every Mon- 
day at 7:30 p. m. R. S. Brisbin, master 
Avorkman. 
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, 
Division No. 11. — Meets every Sunday, 
at 2 o'clock p. m., corner Delaware and 
Market streets. 
Brotherhood of Locomotive Fireman, Eu- 
reka Lodge No. 14. — Meets Tuesday 
evenings at 8 p. m., 4lh floor, 36 West 
AVashingtou street. 
Building Mechanics, 6816, K of L.— Meets 
every Friday evening at Southeast cor- 
ner Washington and Meridian streets. 
Carpenters and Joiners' Union, No. 15 — 
Meets every Saturday evening, at 7:30 
o'llock, Workingmen's Hall, 139 East 
Washington street. 
Carter Assembly, 7858 K. of L. — Meets 
every Wednesday evening at 36i West 
Washington street. 
Caxtou Assembly, 4282, K. of L.— Meets 
every second and fourth Sundays in each 
month, at 3 p. m., in Typographical 
Union Hall, VSh East Washington street. 
Center Assembly, 5649, K. of L. — Meets 
every Monday evening at North Indi- 
anapolis. 
Central Labor Union — Organized July, 
1881. Meets on the second and fourth 
Mondays in each month, at 115-2 East 
Washington street, at 8 p. m. Milton G. 
Farnham, Pres. ; John Bodenmiller, No. 
303 East St. Clair street, Rec. and Cor. 
Sec'y ; H. Heddrich, Fin. Sec'y ; Miss 
Lizzie Hahn, Treas. 
Cigarmakers Union, No. 33 — Meets first 
Monday evening in each month, at 8 
o'clock, at Workingmen's Hall, No. 115i 
East Washington street. 
Columbus Assembly, 7319, K. of L. — Meets 
every Tuesday evening, at AultmanHall, 
South Meridian street. 
Commercial Assembly, 8032, K. of L. — 
Meets every Thursday evening in When 
Block. 
Cooper's Union, No. 1. — Meets every Mon- 
day at 7:30 p. m., corner Tennessee and 
South streets. 
District Assembly, No. 106, K. of L.— 
Meets the third Sundav in each month, 
at 10 a. m. ; Hall. No. 115i East Wash- 
ington street. W. B. Lewis, Master 
Workman ; Ed. F. Gould. Rec. Sec'y. 
Enterprise Assembly 4991, K. of L. — Meets 
every Thursday evening, at southeast 
corner W'ashington and Meridian. 



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Frederick Turner Assembly, 5299, K. of 
L. — Meets every Friday evening, at cor- 
ner Merrill and South West street. 

Furniture Makers' Union — See Moebel 
Arbeiter Union. 

Furniture Wood W^orkers' Assembly, 8184, 
K. of L — Meets every Tuesday evening 
at Keichweins Hall. 

German Typographical Union No 14 — 
Meets the second Sunday in each month, 
at 10:30 a, m., at 125 East Washington 
street. 

Germania Assembly, 7100, K. of L — Meets 
the second and fourth Sunday in each 
month, at 9:30 a. m., No. lloh East 
W^ashington street. 

Henry George Assemby, 3932. K. of L — 
Meets every Wednesday evening at 8 
o'clock, southeast corner Washington 
and Meridian streets. 

Indianapolis Division, No 103, Order of 
Railway Conductors — C. C, John U 
King; Sec'y., I. D. Baldwin. Meets 
first Sunday and third Thursday in each 
month at 1:00 p. m., in Red Men's Hall, 
Griffith block. 

Indianapolis Journeyman Horse Shoers' 
Union No. 24 — Meets on the first and 
third Fridays of eacti month, at Mozart 
Hall. 

Indianapolis Section of the Socialistic La- 
bor Party — Meets every second Sunday 
in each month at 120 East Maryland 
street. Albert Grumman, Agt. ; Carl 
Haupt, Sec'y ; Henry Kuerst, Fin. Sec'y; 
John Brown, Treas. 

Indianapolis Typographical Union No. 1 — 
Meets first Sunday in each month at Ty- 
pographical Union Hall, I3h East Wash- 
ington street. E. T. Oburn, Pres. ; W\ W. 
Davy, Rec. Sec'y; H. C. Deck, Fin. Sec'j; 
H. J. Garner, Treas. 

International Association of Plumbers, 
Steam and Gas Fitters — Meets first and 
third Mondays in the month at room 20 
Iron Block. 

Iron Moulders Union No. 56 — Meets the 
second and fourth Fridays in each month 
at 8 p. m., at No. IIS^ East W'ashington 
street. 

Ladies Meridian Assembly 6950 K. of L. 
—Meets every Monday evening at Ault- 
man Hall, South Meridian street. 

Lady Kirn Assembly, 6437, K. of L. — 
Meets everv Friday evening at Vansickle 
Hall, CI i fiord ave. 

Leffingwell Assembly, 8763, K. of L.— 
Meets every W^ednesday evening at 8 
o'clock at Workingmen's Hall, 115^ 
East W^ashington street. 

Machinery Molders' Brotherhood, No. 11 — 
Meets on alternate Tuesdays, at 8:30 p. 
m., corner Tennessee and South streets. 

Machinists' Assembly, 7927, K. of L.— 
Meets Mondays, third floor 29^ North 
Pennsylvania street. 

Meridian Assemby, 4535, K. of L. — Meets 
Friday evenings, at Aultman Hall, South 
Meridian below Morris, 



Moebel Arbeiter Union — Meets every 
Thursday at 8 p. m., at Mozart Hall. 
Nicholas Kerz, Pres.; Charles Fischer, 
Sec'y. 
Murphy Assembly, 5899, K. of L. — Meets 
Friday evenings, at Brown's Drug Store, 
west end of W^ashington street Bridge. 

Plumbers' Union — Meets every Monday 
night, room 20 Iron Block. 

Powderly Assembly, 4153, K. of L. — Meets 
the second and "fourth Fridays of each 
mouth at 8 o'clock p. m., at room 20 Iron 
Block. 

Pressmen's Union No. 17 — Meets the first 
Thursday in each month, at 8 o'clock p. 
m, at room 34 old Sentinel bldg. 

Rogers Assembly, 5601, K. of L. — Meets 
every Thursday evening at Baldwin's 
B'ock, North Delaware street. 

Stationary Engineers, No. 4 — Meets every 
Thursday, at 7:30 p. m., at 19 North 
Pennsylvania street. 

Stonecutters' Assembly, 4982, K. of L.— 
Meets second and fourth Tuesday even- 
ings in each month, at ISJ East W^ash- 
ington street. 

Tin and Sheet Iron W'orkers' Union, No. 1. — 
Meets every Saturday evening, at No. 
113^ East Washington street. 

Troutman Assembly, 4326, K. of L. — Meets 
every Sunday, at 2 p. m., at K of L. Hall, 
115i East W^ashiugton street. 

True Friend Assembly, 4667, K, of L. — 
Meets Wednesday evening in Moss 
Block, corner Virginia ave and Shelby 
street. 

Tubal Cain Assembly, 4162, K of L.— 
Meets every Monday at 8 p m., on Clif- 
ford ave, near Wabash Railroad. 

Typographical Union, No. 1. — Meets first 
Sunday in each month at 2 p. m., at 13J 
East Washington street. 

Upholsterers' Union, No. 9. — Meets second 
and fourth Fridays in each month, at 
125 East Washington street. 

West Indianapolis Assembly, 5084, K of 
L. — Meets Friday evenings at Geizen- 
danner Hall, Vermont street and Indiana 
ave. 

Willetts Assembly, 4479, K of L.— Meets 
Thursday evenings at Geizendanner 
Hall, Vermont street and Indiana ave. 



LIBRARIES. 

Agricultural Library of the Indiana State 
Board of Agriculture — Southeast corner 
Market and Tennessee streets. Contains 
about 1,000 volumes. 

Catholic Library for Working Men — 
Northeast corner Tennessee and Georgia 
streets. Open every day from 6 a. m. to 
10 p. m. 

Horticultural Library of the State Horti- 
cultural Society — Contains about 500 
volumes. Southeast corner Market and 
Tennessee streets. 

Library of the Indianapolis Bar Associa- 
tion— 55 Court House. Established 1880. 



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INDIANAPOLIS CITY DIRECTORY. 



Contiiins about 1,850 volumes. Emma 
G. Pritchard, Librarian. 

Library of the Medical College of Indiana 
— Kooms 45 South Pennsylvania street. 
Established 1872. Contains about 1,200 
volumes. F. W. Hays, Librarian. 

Marion County Library — Court House. 
Established 1844. Contains 3,500 vol- 
umes. Open on Saturday from 9 to 12 
a.m. and 2 to 5 p. m. Lucy Phipps, 
Librarian. 

Public Libray and Heading Eoom— Es- 
tablished 1873, and maintained under 
the authority of the Board of School 
Commissioners, for which purpose it is 
authorized to levy a tax each year of not 
exceeding two cents on the hundred dol- 
lars of taxable property assessed for city 
taxes. Contains 39,500Volnmes and 4,000 

, pamplets. Southwest corner Ohio and 
Pennsylvania streets (Library Building). 
Open daily (Sundays included) from 8:30 
a._ m. to 9 p. m. Free to citizens of In- 
dianapolis. Reading Room free to all. 
Wm. DeM. Hooper, Librarian. 

State Law Library — Separated from State 
Library 1877. Contains 14,000 volumes. 
Southwest corner Washington and Ten- 
nessee streets. Charles E. Cox, Librarian. 

State Library— Established 1825. Contains 
18,500 volumes. Southeast corner Mar- 
ket and Tennessee streets. Miss Lizzie 
O. Callis, Librarian. 

"Wm. Hacker Masonic Library — Scottish 

Eite Building. Contains 1,100 volumes. 

29 to 35 South Pennsylvania street. 



MEDICAL AND DENTAL SOCIETIES. 



American Association Physio Medical 
Physicians and Surgeons. — Meets third 
Tuesday in May of each year. Elmer 
Tompkins, M. D., Pres.; S. M. White, M. 
D., Sec'y. 

Central College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons. — Corner Massachusetts ave. and 
New York street. Organized 1879. Jos- 
eph Eastman, M. D., Pres.; Joseph O. 
Stillson, M. D., Sec'y; John A. SutclifTe, 
M. D., Treas. 

Indiana Dental College of Indianapolis. — 
Incorporated 1879. 19i N Pennsylvania 
street. William L. Heiskell, D. D. S., 
Pres; J. E. Cravens, D. D. S., Sec'y; 
Merit Wells, D. D. S., Treas. 

Indiana Eclectic Medical College. — 40 
Hubbard block. Organized 1880. H. 
H. McCabe, Pres., W. P. Adkinson, 
Sec'y; W. F. Cnrryer, M. D., Treas.; L. 
Abbett, Dean of Faculty. 

Indianapolis Physio-Medical Society. — 
Meets first and third Tuesday evenings 
of each month, at 95 North Ddaware 
street. C. T. Bedford, M. D., Pres.; A. 
AV. Fisher, M. D., Sec'y. 

Marion County Medical Society. — Meets 
every Tuesday evening in the Council 
Chamber. 

Medical College of Indiana. — 45 South 
Pennsylvania. Incorporated 1878. An- 



nual session from September to 

March. C. E. Wright, Dean; A. W. 

Brayton, Sec'y.; Joseph W. Marsee, 

Treas. 
Physio-Medical Associatian of Indiana — 

Meets annually, first Tuesday in May, at 

28-^ Indiana ave. R. A. Smith, M. D., 

Pres.; J. P. Julian, M. D., Sec'y. 
Physio-Medical College of Indiana. — 285 

Indiana ave. Incorporated 1873. A. 

Wallace, Pres.; N. R. Elliott, Treas.; 

W. H. Draper, Sec'y. 



MILITARY. 

Independent Emmec Guards — Armory in 
Masonic Hall. P. J. Kelleher, Capt. ; 
M. K. Stack, First Lieut. ; J. M. Walsh, 
Second Lieut. 

Indianapolis Light Artillery — Armory 
southeast corner College and Lincoln 
aves. James B. Curtis, Capt.; John 
Bodenmeller, Sr. First Lieut. ; Carroll 
L. DeWitt, Jr. First Lieut.; Harry 
Jackson, Second Lieut. 

Indianapolis Light Infantry — Armory in 
Masonic Hall. James R. Ross, Capt.; 
W. J. McKee, First Lieut. ; R. F. Scott, 
Second Lieut. 

Eice Zouaves — Meets every Wednesday at 
8 p. m., at Mozart Hall. Jacob Fox, 
Capt. ; M. F. Draper, First Lieut. ; M. 
Quinn, second Lieut. 

Richardson Rifles — Meets in Armory, Col- 
lege ave. bet Home and Lincoln aves. 
F. M. ;Frank, Capt. ; W. J. Kercheval, 
First Lieut. ; Clyde Roach, Second 
Lieut. ; Charles Caster, Orderly Sergeant. 

Ross Guards (col'd) — Armory, Fayette 
Street Rink. James H. Thomas, Capt.; 
Henry Slemmens, Orderly Sergeant. 

United States Arsenal — Situated North end 
of Arsenal ave bet Michigan street and 
Clifford ave. Major Clifton Comly, Com- 
mandment. 



MISCELLANEOUS SOCIETIES AND 
ORGANIZATIONS. 

Art Association of Indianapolis — Rev N, 
A. Hvde, Pres.; May Wright Sewell, 
Sec'y and Treas. 

Bakers' Mutual Benefit Association — Meets 
first Sunday of every month at 10 a. m., 
at Mozart "Hall. J. J. Eckert, Pres.; 
Jacob Bos, Vice Pres.; Valentine Metz- 
ler, Treas.; Bernhard Thau, Sec'y. 

Bavarian National Aid Association — Meets 
last Sunday of every month at 2 p. m., 
at Mozart Hall. Daniel Berndt, Pres.; 
Casimir Guenther, Sec'y, John Bern- 
hardt, Treas. 

Bobb's Free Dispensary — 45 South Penn- 
sylvania street. 

Brauers' Unterstuetzungs Verein — Meets 
first Sunday of every month at 2 p. m., 
at Mozart Hall. Louis Kuechler, Pres.. 
Frederick Eberhardt, Treas ; Frederick 
Weiflenbach, Recording Sec'y. 



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Brewers' and Liquor Dealers' Association 
of Indiana — 272 South Delaware street. 
Albert Lieber, Pres.; Frank Maus, Sec'y. 

Brothers of the Sacred Heart — In charge 
of St. Joseph's Institute, corner Coburn 
and Short streets. 

Catholic Knights of America — Branch No. 
22 — Meets the first and third Tuesdays 
in each month, northeast corner Georgia 
and Tennessee streets. Nicholas McGin- 
nis, Pres.; Edward F. Hart, Kecording 
Sec'y.; James Eenihan, Treas. 

Central Womans' Christian Temperance 
Union of Indianapolis — 7(3 North Penn- 
sylvania street. Organized March, 1873. 
Mrs. D. B. Harvey, Pres.; Mrs. Georgia 
Wright, Sec'y.; Mrs. M. M. Finch, Treas. 
Meets every Thursday 2:30 p. m. Gos- 
pel meetings every Sunday 3:30 p. m. 

Charity Organization of Indianapolis — 
Southeast corner New York and Meri- 
dian streets. Nathan Morris, Sec'y. 

Chief of the Bureau of Geology — J. Maur- 
ice Thompson. Office corner Market 
and Tennessee street. 

Chief of the Bureau of Statistics — Wm A. 
Peelle, jr. Office State House. 

Convent of the Sisters of St. Joseph — Cor- 
ner Palmer and Meridian streets. 

Deutscher Fraueu Unterstuetzungs Verein 
— Meets the second and last Thursday of 
every month at 2 p. m. at Mozart Hall. 
Mrs. A. J Sohmidt, Pres.; Mrs. Clara 
Michael, Treas. 

Emerald Beneficial Association — Hall 
southeast corner Meridian and Pearl 
streets. Grand Branch meets annually. 
Eev. F. G. Lentz, Grand Pres.; Richard 
Butler, Grand Sec'y. Branch No. 1 — 
Meets first and third Thursday in each 
month. Richard Butler, Pres.; J. C, 
Dalton, Rec. Sec'y. 

Evangelistic Union- -Mrs. R. Loftin, Pres.; 
Mrs. J. H. Taylor, Sec'y; Mrs. Anna 
Mills, City Missionary. 

Ex-Prisoners of War Association — E. H. 
Williams, Pres.; J. O. Harding, Vice- 
Pres.; John Hamilton, Sec'y and Treas. 

Flower Mis.sion Training School for Nurses 
— Miss A. R. Hunt, Supt. Northwe.st 
corner Margaret and Locke streets. 

Franciscan Convent— Corner Union and 
Palmer. In charge of Franciscan Fathers. 
Rev. Ferdinand Bergmeyer, Superior. 

Gardeners' Benefit Association — Meets the 
first Sunday of every month, at 2 p. ra., 
at Mozart Hall. Jacob Freund, Pres.; 
Charles Wacker, Treas. 

German Benevolent Association — Clemens 
Vonnegut, Pres.; Helena Holland, Sec'y.; 
George Kothe, Treas. 

German — English School Society — Meets 
quarterly at 120 East Maryland street. 
Clemens Vonnegut, Sr., Pres ; Wm. 
Kothe, Sr., Sec'y. 

German Ladies' Independent Benevolent 
Society — Meets Mozart Hall. Freder- 
ica Schmidt, Pres. 

German Mechanical Institute — Meets at 
120 East Maryland street. Wm. Kothe, 



Sr., Pres. ; F. Noelke, Sec'y. School ses- 
sions every Tuesday and Thursday eve- 
nings and Sunday mornings. 

German Pioneer Association — Meets the 
third Sunday of every month at 2 p. m. 
at Mozart Hall. Frederick Schrader, 
Pres.; Christian Reuner, Treas.: Wm. 
Weiland, Sec'y. 

German Veteran Association— Meets every 
second Sunday of every month at 2 p. m. 
at Mozart Hall. John Leser, Capt. 

House of the Good Shepherd — South side 
Raymond, west of Meridian street. Mary 
Anselm, Mother Superior. 

Indiana Association of Short Horn Breed- 
ers — 45 North Tennessee street. Organ- 
ized May, 1872. 

Indiana Association of Stationary Engin- 
eers — Joseph Horten, Pres. ; George Cun- 
ningham, Sec'y. 

Indiana Bee Keepers' Association — 45 
North Tennessee street. Organized 1879. 

Indiana Canegrowers' Association — 45 
North Tennessee street. Organized De- 
cember, 1882. 

Indiana Horticultural Society — Southeast 
corner Market and Tennessee streets. 
Organized 1842. 

Indiana Humane Society — Incorporated 
1882. A. C. Shortridge, Pres.; D. E, Sny- 
der, Sec'y and Treas.; George Carter, At- 
torney. 

Indiana Industrial Sick and Burial As.so- 
ciaiion — 37J West Washington street. 
.James Pierce, Mngr. 

Indiana Jersey Cattle Breeders' Associa- 
tion — Southwest corner Market and Ten- 
nessee streets. Organized January, 1883. 

Indiana State Board of Agriculture — 
Southeast corner Tennessee and Market 
streets. Organized May, 1851. 

Indiana State Board of Health — Office of 
Sec'y southeast corner Tennessee and 
Washington streets. Samuel R. Sea- 
wright, M. D., Pres., Lafayette, Ind.; 
C. N. Metcalf, M. D., Sec'y and Execu- 
tive Officer, Indianapolis. 

Indiana Swine Breeders' Association. — 
Southeast corner Tennessee and Market 
streets. Organized January 1877. 

Indiana Tile Makeis' Association — South- 
east corner Tennessee and Market streets. 
Oiganized November 1876. 

Indiana Veterinary Association. — John 
Navin, Sr , Pres.; Dr. LcLaiu of Craw- 
fordsville, Ind., Sec'y. 

Indiana Woman's State Industrial Asso- 
ciation—Southeast corner Tennessee and 
Market streets. Organized September, 
1878. 

Indiana Woman's Sufferage Association.— 
30 East Market street. Organized 1851. 
Mrs. Marv E. Hnggart, Pres.; Mrs. M. S. 
Charles, vSec'y; Mary D. Naylor, Treas. 

Indiana Wool Growers' Association — 
Southeast corner Tennessee and Market 
streets. Organized October, 1876. 

Indianapolis Architects' Society — D. A. 
Bohlen, Pres.; R. P. Daggett, Vice-Pres.; 
James B. Lizius, Sec'y; A. Bohlen, Treas. 



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Indianapolis Benevolent Society — South- 
east corner New York and Meridian 
streets. Oscar C. McCulloch. Pres.'; 
Charles Martindale, Sec'y; Volney T. 
Malott, Treas. 

Indianapolis Caledonian Quoiting Club — 
Meets 30^ West Washington street. 
Martin H. Rice, Pres.; John Wilkinson, 
Sec'y; David Nicholson, Treas. 

Indianapolis Flower Mission — Plymouth 
Church Building, southeast corner New 
York and Meridian streets. Miss N. I. 
Newcomer, Pres. 

Indianapolis German Freethinker Society 
— Meets at 120 East Maryland street. 
Alexander Metzger, Pres.; Albert 
Grumann, Sec'y. 

Indianapolis Manufacturing Co. — 79 South 
Pennsylvania street. D. L. Whittier, 
Propr. 

Indianapolis Eailroad Christian Associa- 
tion — Reading room corner Louisiana 
and Tennessee streets. Branch Y. M. C. 
A. George W. Cobb, Genl. Sec'y. 

Indianapolis Social Turnverein — Meets for 
exercise every Monday and Thursday. 
Monthly meeting, first Wednesday of the 
month. Frank Vonnegut, Pres.; Alexan- 
der Schmidt, Sec'y. 

Indianapolis Target Shooting Associa- 
tion — 12th street west of Fall creek. 
George P. Marott, Pres.; Wm. Wiegel, 
Sec'y: Frank Maus, Treas.; John C. Hor- 
nung, Supt. 

Indianapolis Union Dancing Club (col'd) — 
Meets every Tuesday evening, at 139^ 
East Washington street. George F. 
Koss, Pres.; Thomas E. Franklin, Sec'y; 
E. B. Mackelroy, Treas. 

Irish National League, Indianapolis 
Branch — Meets at hall 25 East Washing- 
ton street, first and third Sundays of each 
month. Maurice Donnellv, Pres.; John 
Galvin, Sec'y; James McHugh, Treas. 

Knights of Father Matthew, T. N. Burke 
Commandery — Meets every Sunday af- 
ternoon at 2 o'clock, at northeast corner 
Georgia and Tennessee streets. Thomas 
Markey, C. S. K.: John F. Quinu, Sec'y. 

Ladies' Hebrew Benevolent Society — Mrs 
Joseph Solomon, Pres.; Rev. M. Messing, 
Sec'y. 

Liberal German Sunday School Society. — 
Sessions every Sunday afternoon. Soci- 
ety meetingsfirst Sunday of every month 
at Hall of Social Turnverin. 

L'Union Frateruelle Francaise. — Meets 
first Monday in each month 18| South 
Delaware street. Aug. A. Froi De 
Veaux, Pres.; Alfred Mathey, Treas.; 
Eugene Pettier, Sec'y. 

Marion County Bar Association — 5-5 Court 
House — Ferd Winter, Pres.; John E. 
Scott, Sec'y; Grid Jameson, Sreas. 

Masonic Union Life Association — Room 9, 
Masonic Temple. Organized August, 
1886. Henry Jameson, Pres.; James 
S. Anderson, Sec'y. ; James W. Dryer, 
Treas. 



Mechanical Engineers, Council No. 3 — 
Jacob W. Loeper, Pres. ; W. J. Baylor, 
Sec'y. ; Henry Busking, Treas. 

National Wagon and Carriage Woodstock 
Association — Charles A. Hubbard of 
Hartford City, Ind., Pres. 

Pfaelzer Unterstuetzungs Verein — Meets 
the second Sunday of every month, at 2 
p. m., at Mozart Hall. 

Plymouth Institute — Meets southeast cor- 
ner New York and Meridian streets. 
Rev. O. C. McCulloch, Pres. ; S. P. Por- 
ter, Vice-Pres. ; Miss Mary Algire, Sec'y. 

Prussian Benefit Association — Meets last 
Sunday of every month at 2 p. m., at Mo- 
zart Hall. Julius Butler, Pres., Frank 
Arens, Treas. 

Roman Knights of St. George — Meets first 
Tuesday and third Sunday of each month 
at Hall 25 South Meridian street. Jacob 
Miller, Pres.; George Rickenbach, Treas.; 
Wm. Stender, Sec'y. 

St. Patrick's Total Abstinence Society — 
Meets in St. John Hall every second 
Sunday afternoon. Patrick Barry, Pres.; 
James Naughton, Sec'y. 

Schwaben Verein — Meets at Mozart Hall. 
John Bernloeher, Pres.; John Buehler, 
Sec'y. and Treas. 

Schwaebischer Unterstuetzungs Verein — 
Meets the second Sunday of every month 
at 10 a. m., at Mozart Hall. Adolph 
Bauer, Pres.; John Buehler, Treas. 

Schweizer Bund (Sick Benefit Society) — 
Meets every second Wednesday in each 
month. John Egger, Pres.; GustavHess, 
Sec'y.; John Gisler, Treas. 

Socialistic (Sick Beiiefit) Society — Meets 
every second Sunday in each month at 
120 East Maryland street. Henry 
Kuerst, Pres.; Paul Janke, Sec'y.; Wm 
Kraas, Treas. 

State Museum — Southeast corner Tennessee 
and Market streets. Department of Ge- 
ology and Natural History. Maurice 
Thompson, State Geologist. 

Tin and Sheet Iron Workers' Association — 
Jacob Voegtle, Pres.; H. A. Stumph, 
Sec'y.; E. Crompton, Treas. 

Turnverein Hall Association of Indianap- 
lis — Meets northeast corner of Illinois 
and Ohio streets. John W. Schmidt, 
Pres.; A. Seidensticker, Sec'y. and Treas. 

Undbhaeniger Turnverein — Meets every 
second and fourth Wednesday in each 
month at Turn Halle, Northeast corner 
Ohio and Illinois streets. Wm Jung- 
claus, Speaker; Theodore Reyer, Sec'y; 
Frederick Schrader, Treas.; Richard Per- 
tuch. Teacher. Every Tuesday and Fri- 
day evenings for practice. 

Western Coal Dealers Association — Ingalls 
Block. Organized October 8, 1885. A. 
B. Meyer, Pres.; S. M. Hall, Sec'y. 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union of 
Indiana — Organized September, 1874. 
Mrs J. R. Nichols, Pres.; Miss Lodie E. 
Reed, Cor. Sec'y ; Miss Mollie G. Hay, 
Treas.; 76 North Pennsylvania street. 



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Woman's Exchange — 36 Circle street. Mrs. 
K. K. Parker, Pres.; Mrs. A. I). McLeod, 
Sec'y. 

Woman's State Fair Association — Mrs. A. 
M. Noe, Pres.; Mrs. F. M. Adkinson, 
Vice-Pres.; Mrs. Mary Heron, Sec'y. 

Zweiuudzwanziger Unterstuetziings Verein 
— Meets every third Sunday of each 
month, at 10 a. m., at Mozart Hall. Ed- 
ward Henniuger, Pres.; Wm. Kiemeyer, 
Sec'y. 

MUSlCiL SOCIETIES. 

Concordia Society — Meets at Eeichwein 
Hall, southwest corner Noble and Market 
streets, first Sunday of each month. 
Joseph Grinsteiner, Pres.; E.J. Hoflman, 
Sec'y.; Philip Keichwein, Treas. 

Druid Saenger, Choir — Meets at Druids' 
Hall, southwest corner Illinois and 
Georgia streets, every Sunday afternoon. 
Ernest- Knodel, Musical Director. 

Harugari Maennerchor — Meets every Sun- 
day morning, 272 South Delaware street. 
W. John, Pres.; Chas. Zigler, Sec'y.; C. 
Kuerst, Treas.; E. F. Knodel, Musical 
Director. 

Ladies' Matinee Musicale — Mrs. A. M. 
Robertson, Pres ; W. C. Lynn, Sec'y. Ac- 
tive membership, 50. Meets every other 
Wednesday afternoon at Plymouth 
Church. 

Liederkranz Society — Rehearsals Wednes- 
day and Friday evenings at Liederkranz 
Hall. Fred Mack, Pres.; John Weishaar, 
Vice-Pres.; G. Wohleben, Sec'y.; John 
Klein, Treas.; AlexErnestinoff, Director. 
Active membership, 35. 

Lyra Society — Rehearsals Tuesday and 
Friday evenings at Lyra Hall. C Vonne- 
gut, jr., Pres.; Henry Kothe, Sec'y.; John 
Wocher, Treas.; Alexander ItrnestinofT, 
Director. Active membership, 90. 

Mannerchor Society — Rehearsals Tuesday 
and Friday evenings at Mannerchor 
Hall. Chas. E. Emmerich, Pres.; Chas. 
Schwartze, Sec'y.; F. Mummenhoff,Treas.; 
Carl Barus, Director. Active member- 
ship, 85. 

Mendelssohn Society. — Rehearsals every 
Monday evening at the Central Christian 
Church, southwest corner Delaware and 
Ohio streets. A. T. Allen, Pres.; Charles 
M. Tuttle, Sec'y. W. M. Herriott, Treas.; 
Ora Pearson, Director. Active member- 
ship 100. 

Schweizer Mannerchor. — Meets every Sun- 
day afternoon at Reichwein's Hall, 
southwest corner Market and Noble 
streets. Carl Gutzwiller, Pres.; John 
Moser, Sec'y; John Elume, Treas. 

Socialistscher-Saengerchor Society. — Meets 
every Monday and Thursday night at 120 
East Maryland street. Conrad Ries, 
Pres.; C. Grummann, Sec'y; Paul Bahr, 
Director. 



BANDS OF MUSIC. 

Beisseuherz Band. — 400 North New Jersey 
street. H. D. Bei-ssenherz, Mngr. 

Emerald Brass Band. — Frank Meyers, 
Leader; Peter E. Deery, Pres.; Thomas 
Spann, Treas.; 147 Park ave. 

Hart's String Band. — Henry Hart, Mngr. 

Henry Miller's Band and Orchestra. — 
Headquarters 356 North Noble street. 

Indianapolis City Band.— -268 East Wash- 
ington street. Reinhold A. Miller, Mngr. 

Montani Bros. Italian String Band — North- 
west corner Delaware & Washington sis. 

Panden Bros. Italian String Band — 115 
West New York street. Joseph Panden, 
Leader. 

When Band— 30 to 40 North Pennsylvania 
street. J. B. Cameron, Director. 

Union Band — 435 East McCarty street. 
Robert Dehne, Leader. 

Star Band— Meets 197 Indiana ave. Ben- 
iamin Watson, Leader. 



NEWSPAPERS. 

Agricultural Club (monthly) — Established 
1884. Published by The Morning Star 
Publishing Co., 37 and 39 Virginia ave. 
Terms 50 cents per year. 

Agricultural Epitomist (monthly) — J. A. 
Everitt & Co. Publishers, 141 West 
Washington street. Terms 50 cents per 
annum. 

Ark The (monthly) — OfiBcial organ Secret 
League. Established 1886. F. A. Fish, 
Publisher, 9 Vance block. Terms $1 per 
year. 

Building Association Register — Published 
monthly by A. Maeulen, 383 East New 
York street. Terms $1 per year. 

Butler Collegian The (monthly) — Educa- 
tional. Established 1886. _ Published 
by the Morning Star Publishing Co., 37 
and 39 Virginia ave. Terms Si per year. 

Central Christian — Published by the Cen- 
tral Christian Publishing Co., 37i Vir- 
ginia ave. B. W. Cole, Mngr. 

Childs Golden Voice The (monthly, relig- 
ious) — Established 1885. Published by 
the Morning Star Publishing Co., 37 and 
39 Virginia ave. Terms, 50 cents per 
year. 

Clay Worker (monthly)— T. A. Randall & 
Co., proprs., 25 Thorpe Block. Terms, 
$1 per year. 

Coal Mirror — Published monthly by Scott 
& Suffrins, 37.2 Virginia ave. 

Commercial Current — When Block, oppo- 
posite P. O. Established October, 1885. 
Circulation 4,000. Business University 
publishers. 

Daily Telegraph (German) — Established 
August, 1864. Published daily by the 
Gutenberg Co., 27 South Delaware street. 
Terms, including Sunday edition, $12 
per year. 

Drainage and Farm Journal (monthly) — 
established 1879. J. J. W. Billingsley, 
publisher, 25 Thorpe Block. Terms, $1 
per year. 



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Evangelist The (monthly, religious)— Es- 
tablished 1879. Published by The Morn- 
ing Star Publishing Co, 37 and 39 Vir- 
ginia ave. Terms, $1 per year. 

Fanciers' Gazette (monthly) — Established 
March, 1883. Devoted to the interests of 
poultry breeders. E. A. Pierce, publr. 
|l per annum. No. 69 West Maryland 
street. 

Farm and Live Stock (monthly)~C. M. 
Walker, publisher, southeast corner Cir- 
cle and Meridian. 50 cents per annum. 

Freeman The (weekly)— Published every 
Thursday by Louis Rowland, editor, 30 
Vance Block. Terms, $1 per year. 

Gesundheits-Bote (Health Messenger) — 
Published monthly by Dr. F. W. Denke- 
Walter, 226 East Washington street ; 60 
cents per annum. 

Gospel Truth The (monthly religious)— 
Established 1882. Published by the 
Morning Star Publishing Co., 37 and 39 
Virginia ave. Terms 50 cents per year. 

Independent The (weekly)— Established 
1882. Published every Saturday by Sol. 
P. Hathaway, 17 and 19 Miller Block. 
Terms, $2 per year. 

Indiana Baptist (weekly) — Elgin&Chaille, 
publishers, 37 Thorpe Block. Terms 
$1.25 per annum. 

Indiana Christian Advocate (weekly) — 
Advocate Publishing Co., proprietors. T. 
A. Goodwin, editor and business mana- 
ger. Established July 1, 1886. Pub- 
lished every Thursday. Room 2 37J 
Virginia ave. Terms, $1.25 per year. 

Indiana Eclectic Medical Journal — G. W. 
Pickerill, publisher, 118 North Illinois 
street. 

Indiana Farmer — A weekly journal of the 
farm, home and garden. Indiana Farmer 
Co., proprs., 79 East Market street. 
Terms, $1.25 per year. 

Indiana Medical Journal — 19 West Ohio 
street. Established in 1882. Published 
monthly by Dr. F. C. Ferguson. Terms, 
$1 per year. 

Indiana Newspaper Eecord (The) — Pub- 
lished 212 South Meridian street. Indi- 
ana Newspaper Union, proprs. 

Indiana Phalanx (weekly) — State Official 
Temperance Organ. Sylvester Johnson, 
manager. J. G. L.Myers, editor. Office, 
19 Thorpe Block. 

Indiana Pharmacist (monthly) — Estab- 
lished 1881. J. K. Perry, editor and 
publisher, 149 East Washington street. 
Terms |1 per year. 

IndianaSchool Journal (monthly") — Organ 
of the State Teachers' Association and of 
the Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion. W. A. Bell, editor and publisher, 
12 Journal bldg. Terms, $1.50 per 
year. 

Indiana State Journal (Republican) — Es- 
tablished 1824. Published every 
Wednesday by John C. New & Son, 
northeast corner Circle and Market 
street. Terms, $1 per year. 



Indiana State Sentinel (Democratic) — Es- 
tablished 1841. Published every Tues- 
day by the Sentinel Co., 71 and 73 West 
Market street. Terms, $1 per year. 

Indiana Tribune (Daily and Sunday, 
German)— Tribune Publishing Co., 
proprs. 120 East Maryland street. Terms, 
$7 per year. 

Indianapolis Bulletin (weekly) — 83 East 
Market street. T. G. Harrison, propr. 
Terms: Fifty cents per year; issued 
every Saturday. 

Indianapolis Gazette (weekly)-Established 
1882. Eight pages, $1 per year. Devo- 
ted to the local interests of Marion 
county. Published every Saturday at 
62 South Delaware street. J. A. Dynes, 
& Co., proprs. 

Indianapolis Herald — 30 East Market 
street. Established 1873. Published 
every Saturday. Terms: $2 per year. 
Lowry & Hyman, proprs. 

Indianapolis Journal (Republican) — Es- 
tablished 1824. Office northeast corner 
Circle and Market streets. Indianapolis 
Journal Newspaper Co. Publishers. — Is- 
sued daily, Sunday and weekly. Daily, 
$12 per year; weekly, $1 per year; Sun-" 
days, $2 per year. 

Indianapolis Leader (Greenback) — 38 Sen- 
tinel bldg. Published weekly by A. J. 
& L H Johnson. Terms, $1.00. 

Indianapolis News (Independent) — 30 W 
Washington street. Established 1869. 
John H. Holiday & Co.proprs. Published 
every afternoon except Sunday. $5.20 
per annum by carrier ; $6.00 by mail; 2c 
per copy. 

Indianapolis Sentinel (Democratic) — Es- 
tablished in 1841. Published daily by 
W. J. Craig, 71 and 73 West Market 
street. Terms: Daily, $10, including 
Sunday edition; $12 per year by mail. 

Iron Clad Age (weekly) — Established 1855. 
J. R. Monroe, propr. 55 Indiana ave. 

Jersey Bulletin (weekly)— 30 West Mary- 
land. Established October, 1883. D. H. 
Jenkins, publisher. Issued every Wed- 
nesday. Terms, $2.00 per year. 

Labor Signal (weekly) — Central Labor 
Union, publishers, southwest corner Ken- 
tucky ave. and Washington street. 

Masonic Advocate (monthly) — Martin H. 
Rice, editor and publisher, 14 Masonic 
Temple. Terms, $1.00 per year. 

Medico Literary Compend — Issued mo'th- 
ly, devoted to medicine, science, etc. 
Mrs. Sarah F. Wells, M. D., editor;. John 
Furnas, publisher. Office 77i> E Market 
street. 

Midland Monthly — 22 North Pennsylvania 
street. Frank H. Smith, publisher. 
Terms, $1.00 per year. 

Mill Stone and Corn Miller (monthly) — 
David H. Ranck, publisher. Estab- 
lished 1875. Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Vin- 
ton block. Terms, $1.00 per year. 

National Lesson Paper — 37 .i Virginia ave. 
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by the Standard Publishiug Co. Terms, 
$7.50 per 100. 

National Presbyterian — 37i Virginia ave. 
Established 1874. Published monthly by 
the Standard Piiblishing Co. Terms, 75 
cents per year. 

New Record The (Catholic, weekly) — Es- 
tablished 1882. Richard Butler, editor 
and proprietor, 69 West Maryland street. 

Odd Fellows' Talisman and Literary Jour- 
nal (monthly)— Office 3 Odd Fellows' 
Hall. John Reynolds, publisher. Terms, 
$2 per year. 

Organizer The — Organizer Publishing Co. 
publishers, 665 North Pennsylvania 
street. Established ' November, 1881. 
Devoted to the plans and methods of the 
W. C. T. U work. Terms, 75 cents per 
year. Issued weekly. 

People The (weekly)— Established 1870. 
Published by Enos B. Reed, corner Me- 
ridian and Circle streets. Terms, $2 per 
year. 

Physio-Medical Journal (monthly) — 
George Hasty, editor and proprietor, 71 
East Ohio street. 

Printer and Publisher The (monthly, trade) 
—Established 1885. Published by the 
Morning Star Publishing Co, 37 and 39 
Virginia ave. Terms, $1.00 per year. 

Pythian Journal — A. M. Preston & Co., 
publishers, 212 S Meridian. 

Railway Lantern — C. N. Wilson, editor 
and business manager, 64 Vance block. 
Terms, $1.00 per year. 

Railway Station Agents' Journal (month- 
ly) — $1.00 per annum. Station Agents' 
Publishing Co., proprs. Southeast cor- 
ner Circle and Meridian streets. 

Rough Notes The (monthly) — Established 
1878. Published by the Rough Notes 
Co., 25 P:ast Market'street. Terms, $2.00 
per year. 

Sabbath School Lesson Leaf — Established 
1886. Published by the Morning Star 
Publishing Co. Terms, $10 per hundred. 

Sabbath-School Monthly— p:st. 1886. Pub- 
lished by the Morning Star Publishing 
Co., 37 and 39 Virginia ave. Terms, 50 
cents per year. 

Scholars Monthly (religious) — Established 
1876. Published by the Morning Star 
Publishing Co., 37 J Virginia ave. Terms, 
50 cents per year. 

School News The— A Monthly newspaper 
for Teachers, Students and Schools. 
Henry D. Stevens, editor and publisher. 
Office Plymouth Church Building.Terms, 
60 cents per year. 

Spottvogel (German) — Published every 
Saturday by theGutenberg Co., 27 South 
Delaware street. Terms, $2.50 per year. 

Star and Crown The (weekly religious) — 
Established 1881. Published by the 
Morning Star Publishing Co., 37^, Vir- 
ginia ave. Terms, $1.00 per year. 

Swine Breeders' Journal (semi-moi.thly) — 
467 South Illinoisstreet. Morris Printing 
Comoany, publishers. 



Sunday Sentinel — Published every Sunday 

by W. J. Craig, 71 and 73 West Market 

street. Terms, $2 per yeai'. 
Trustees' Trade Journal (monthly) — 28 

West Maryland street. Established 1886. 

Trustees' Trade Journal Co., Publishers. 

H. S. Keely, Manager. Terms, $1 per 

year. 
Veterans' Review (weekly) — Established 

1881. Walrad & Ervin, Proprietors. 

Room 7 37^ Virginia ave. Terms, $1 

per year. 
Volksblatt (German, weekly) — Published 

by the Gutenberg Company, 27 South 

Delaware street. 
Western Coal Dealers (monthly, trade) — 

Established 1886. Published by The 

Morning Star Publishing Co, 37 and 39 

Virginia ave. Terms, $2.50 per year. 
Western Sportsman and Live Stock News 

— Published every Saturday by Nelson 

A. Randall, 18i North Pennsylvania 

street. Terms, $2.00 per year. 
Woodworker — 13 Sentinel bldg. S. H. 

Smith, propr. Published monthly. 

Terms, $1.00 per year. 
World (Independent)— Established 1882. 

Published weekly by Levi E Christy, 

124 Indiana ave." Terms, $1.50 per year. 



POSTOFFICE. 

Government Building— Southeast corner 
Pennsylvania and Market streets. 

Postmaster — Aquilla Jones, Sr. 

Assistant Postmaster — John W. Dodd. 

General Offices — East end of vestibule. 
Office hours from 8 a. m. to p. m. Sun- 
day from 9:30 to 10:30 a. m. 

MONEY ORDER DEPARTMENT. 
Chief Money Order Clerk— Alfred H. 

Johnson. 
Assistant Clerks — Oliver Keely, Charles 

W. Byfield, Miss Clara M Quigg. 
Cashier — B. F. Jones. 
Entrance to Money Order Office — East end 

of vestibule, corner of Pennsylvania 

and Market streets. Office hours from 

8 a. m. to 6 p. m. 

REGISTERED LETTER DEPART- 
MENT. 
Chief Clerk — Wm. Morgan. 
Assistant Clerk — .John H. Murphy. 
Depot Registry Clerks — H. W. Harvey, 
Henry L. Browning, W^m. Butler, Ben- 
jamin F. Reed. Depot office open day 
and night. 

MAILING DEPARTMENT. 
Superintendent of Mails — Smith H. Myers. 
GENERAL DELIVERY DEPART- 
MENT. 
Chief Clerks — Joseph Howes, George F. 
Kuhn. This department is open for 
business from 7:30 a. m. to 7 p. m., and 
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frep: delivp:ky department. 

Superintendent of Letter Carriers — James 
H. Deery. 

LETTER CARRIERS. 



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ct No. 1 — Fred A. Lorenz. 

ct No. 2— Ellis W Crane. 

ct No. 3— R. H. McGinnis. 

ct No. 4— Walter N. Leonard. 

ct No. 5— J. A. Downey. 

ct No. 6— W. H. Miner. 

ct No. 7 — James L. Moore. 

ct No. 8— Wm. Darby. 

ct No. 9 — Harry A. Crane. 

ct No. 10— Wm. W. Stewart. 

ct No. 11 — Joseph M. Taylor. 

ct No. 12— Andrew J. Wells. 

ct No. 13--Wm. R. Williams, jr. 

ct No. 14 — Alexander H. Arbuckle. 

ct No. 15— Jacob Matiiias. 

ct No. 16— F. A. Mereditli. 

ct No. 17 — George W. Sulgrove. 

ct No. 18— J. E. Cantlon. 

ct No. 19— Otto N. Roy. 

ct No. 20— J. W. McDonald. 

ct No. 21— Frank A. Wiley. 

ct No. 22— Frederick Ward. 

ct No. 23— Patrick Ward. 

ct No. 24 — Alexander McNiitt. 

ct No. 25— Edwin R. Ellis. 

ot No. 26— George W. Reid. 

ct No. 27 — Christian L. F. Madsen. 

ct No. 28— James O. George. 

ct No. 29— W. P. Marlatt. 

ct No. 30— Alfred H. Harrison. 

ct No. 31—1. N. Smock. 

ct No. 32— M. W. Healey. 

ct No. 33— Wm. W. Hall. 

ct No. 34— R. E. Wadsworth. 

ct No. 35— T. H. Ragsdale. 

ct No. 36— Wm. H. Hume. 

ct No. 37— J. A. Perkins. 



SUB. LETTER CARRIERS. 
Henry W. Harrington. 
Clinton W. Parish. 
Julius W. Whetzel. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS, HALLS, ETC. 

Abbett's Building— 31 to 35 Virginia ave. 

.Etna Building — East side Penn., north of 
Washington street. 

Altman's Hall — Northeast corner Merid- 
ian and Kansas streets. 

Arsenal Ground — North end Ar.^enal ave. 

Athon Block — Northeast corner Tennessee 
and New York. 

Bacon Block— 122 Ft. Wayne ave. 

Baldwin Block — Southwest corner Market 
and Delaware street. 

Bates House Block — Northwest corner 
Washington and Illinois streets. 

Beck Block — 263 Massachusetts ave. 

Bird's Block — Corner Indiana ave and 
Illinois street. 

Black's Block — 51 to 57 Russell ave. 

Blake Block — Southwest corner Washing- 
ton street and Kentucky ave. 



Blackford Block — Southeast corner Merid- 
ian and Washington streets. 

Blind Asylnm — North side North, between 
Meridian and Pennsylvania streets. 

Board of Trade — Southeast corner Mary- 
land and Tennessee streets. 

Boston Block — West side Delaware, south 
of Market street. 

Braden Block— 259 to 271 West Washing- 
ton street. 

Bradshaw & Ayres Block— 33 to 37 West 
Washington street. 

Brandon Block — Southwest corner Dela- 
ware and Washington. 

Bristor Block — West side Virginia ave., 
between Bradshaw and Buchanan streets. 

Brown's Building — Northwestcorner Penn- 
sylvania and Washington streets. 

Buschmann Block — Corner Ft. Wayne ave. 
and St. Mary street. 

Butler University. — Irvington. 

Carlisle Block— Northwest corner West 
and Washington streets. 

Centennial Block — West side Meridian, 
south of McNabb street. 

Central Station — Southeastcorner Alabama 
and Pearl streets. 

Chamber of Commerce— Southeast corner 
Maryland and Tennessee streets. 

Circle Hall — Northwest corner Market and 
Circle streets. 

City Building — Northeast corner Market 
and Delaware streets. 

Claypool Block — Northeast corner Illinois 
and Washington streets. 

Cleaveland Block — Southwest corner Ten- 
nessee street and Kentucky ave. 

Condit Block — Northeast corner Meridian 
and Pearl streets. 

Corinthian Hall — Northwest corner Cen- 
tral ave. and St. Mary street. 

Council Chamber — Court House. 

County Jail — Southwest corner Market 
and Alabama streets. 

Court House — North side Washington, east 
of Delaware street. 

Danforth Block — South side Washington, 
west of Mississippi street. 

Deaf and Dumb Institute — Southeast cor- 
ner Washington street and State ave. 

Dickson's Grand Opera House, 69 N Penn- 
sylvania street. 

Doughty Block — 27 Indiana ave. 

Druids' Hall — Southwest corner Georgia 
and Illinois street. 

East Market House — North side Market 
east of Delaware street. 

Elliott Block— 18 to 24 West Maryland 
street. 

Emerald Hall— 284 South West street. 

Empire Block — Northeast corner Alabama 
street and Mass ave. 

English Block — Northwest corner Wash- 
ington and Noble streets. 

English's Hull — Northwest cor Circle and 
Meridian streets. 

English's Opera House — West side Circle 
bet Market and Meridian streets. 

Exchange Block — West side Pennsylvania, 
north of Market street. 



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Exposition Building — North end Alabama 
street. 

Female Eeformatory — Southeast corner 
Michigan and Randolph streets. 

Fletcher's Bank Building — North side 
Washington, west of Pennsylvania 
street. 

Frank Block — Southwest cornerCalifornia 
street and Indiana ave. 

Franklin Fire Insurance Co.'s Building — 
Southeast corner Circle and Market 
streets. 

Franklin Life Insurance Co.'s Building — . 
Corner Illinois street and Kentucky ave. 

Gallup's Block — Southeast corner Market 
and Tennessee. 

Oiezendanner Block — Northeast corner 
Vermont and Mississippi streets. 

<jrlenn Block — South side Washington, east 
of Meridian. 

"Gramling Block — South side W^ashington, 
west of Pennsylvania street. 

Grand Opera House Block — 692 N. Penn. 

Griffith Block — North side of Washington, 
east of Illinois street. 

Hahn's Building — 17 and 19 West Wash- 
ington street. 

Halcyon Block — Northwest corner Dela- 
aware and New York streets. 

Hall Block— 240 and 242 East Washing- 
ton street. 

Hammond Block — Southeast corner Mass. 
ave. and New York street. 

Harmonie Hall— 139 and 141 East Wash- 
ington street. 

Healey Hall — Southeast corner McCarty 
and Maple streets. 

High School Building No. 1. — Northeast 
cor Michigan and Penn. streets. 

High School Building No. 2. — Southeast 
cor Virginia ave. and Huran street. 

House of the Good Shepherd. — Southside 
Raymond street street, west of Meridian 
street. 

Howe Block — Southeast corner Illinois and 
Georgia streets. 

Hollywood Block— 88 and 90 South Illi- 
nois street. 

Hubbard Block — Southwest corner W^ash- 
ington and Meridian streets. 

Hutchings Block — Northwest corner Ohio 
and Pennsylvania streets. 

Ingalls Block— Southwest corner Washing- 
ton and Pennsylvania streets. 

Insane Asylum — Washington street, 2 miles 
west of city. 

Iron Block — South side Washington street, 
west of Meridian street. 

Johnson Block — Northeast corner East and 
Washington streets. 

Journal Building — Northeast corner Circle 
and Market streets. 

Judah Block — Southside Washington street 
east of Delaware street. 

Kessler Block — Northwest corner Massa- 
chusetts ave. and St. Clair street. 

Reeling's Building — Corner Maryland 
street and Virginia ave. 

Knights of Honor Hall — No. 13 East 
Washington street. 



Knights of Pythias Hall — Northwest cor- 
ner Market and Pennsylvania streets. 

Landers Block — 71 and 73 North Illinois 
street. 

Library Building — Southwest corner Penn- 
sylvania and Ohio streets. 

Lillian Hall— 359^ Virginia ave. 

Lintner Block — 184 Indiana ave. 

Ludwig Blopk — 162 East AVashington 
street, 

Lyra Hall— 86 and 88 West Washington 
street. 

McBride Block — Corner Mass. and Park 
aves. 

McDonald & Butler Block— West side 
Penn. street, north of Washington street. 

McGinnis Block— 280 East Washington 
street. 

McOuat Block— 22 to 28 Kentucky ave. 

Macy Block — South side Market bet. Ili- 
nois and Circle streets. 

Msennerchor Hall — 181 E Washington st. 

Mansur Block— 161 to 167 East Washing- 
ton street. 

Mansur Block — 78 North Penn. street. 

Marmont Hall — Southwest corner Georgia 
and Illinois streets. 

Martindale Block — Northeast corner Mar- 
ket and Penn. streets. 

Masonic Hall — East side Tennessee, south 
of Wasliington street. 

Masonic Temple — Southeast corner Wash- 
ington and Tennessee streets. 

Massachusetts Avenue Depot — North end 
Mass. ave. 

Maus Block— 168 East Washington street. 

Mayhew Block — 27 and 29 Circle street. 

Meikel Block— 12 to 14 West Waihinglon 
street. 

Miller's Block — Northwest corner Illinois 
and Market streets. 

M. I. S. T. Block— 30 Circle street. 

Mobs Block — Southeast coruer Shelby 
and Prospect streets. 

Moody Block — 52 Indiana ave. 

Moore Block — Corner Mass. ave. and St. 
Clair street. 

Moore Block — Southwest corner Maryland 
and Penn. streets. 

Morgan Block — 163 Massachusetts ave. 

Mozart Hall— 37 and 39 South Delaware 
street. 

National Hall— 502 and 504 East Wash- 
ington street. 

New-Denison House Block — Southeast cor- 
ner Ohio and Penn. streets. 

Occidental Hall — 488 and 490 Virginia ave. 

Odd Fellows' Hall — Northeast corner 
Washington and Penn. streets. 

P?.rk Theater — Northeast corner Washing- 
ington and Tennessee streets. 

Parker Block — Northwest corner Court 
Delaware streets. 

Parnell Hall— 73 W McCarty street. 

Pfaftiin Block — corner Mississippi street 
and Indiana ave. 

Pfafflin's Hall — 86 North Pennsylvania 
street. 

Phfeaix Block — Northwest corner Market 
anil Delaware streets. 



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Post Hall (G. A, K.)— Corner Delaware 

and Court streets. 

PostofEce Building — Southeast corner Mar- 
ket and Pennsylvania streets. 

Press Building — Southeast corner Circle 
and Meridian streets. 

Kansdell Block— 257 and 259 Massachu- 
setts ave. 

Keichwein's Hall— Southwest corner Mar- 
ket and Noble streets. 

Kiley's Block— Southwest corner California 
and Washington streets. 

Ripley Block— 155 Indiana ave. 

Ross Block — Southwest corner Circle and 
Market streets. 

Ryan Block — Northwest corner Tennessee 
street and Indiana ave. 

St. Patrick's Hall — Dougherty street, west 
of Virginia ave. 

Scott House — Southeast corner Phipps and 
Meridian. 

Scottish Rite A. A. Building— 27 to 35 
South Penn. street. 

Secret League Hall— When Block. 

Sentinel Building — Southwest corner Circle 
and Meridian streets. 

Sixth Street Station— North side 6th, east 
of Tennessee street. 

Smith's Block — Southeast corner Delaware 
and Ohio streets. 

South Meridian Hall— Corner South Meri- 
dian and Kansas streets. 

Spades' Place— 231 to 241 Mass ave. 

State Building— Southwest corner Wash- 
ington and Tennessee streets. 

State Fair Grounds — North end Alabama 
street. 

State House — North side Washington, bet 
Tennessee and Mississippi streets. 

State Museum — Southeast corner Market 
and Tennessee streets. 

Sterling Block — Corner Louisiana street 
and Virginia ave. 

Stewart Black — Southwest corner 7th and 
Illinois streets. 

Stewart Place — Southeast corner Illinois 
and Ohio streets. 

Stock Yards— Belt Railroad, crossing I. & 
V. R. R. 

Talb6tt Block — Northwest corner Market 
and Pennsylvania streets. 

Talbott & New's Block— East side Penn- 
sylvania, south of Market street. 

Thompson's Block — Southwest corner Ohio 
and Illinois streets. 

Thorpe Block— Southside Market, west of 
Delaware street. 

Tomlinson Hall — Northeast corner Market 
and Delaware streets. 

Turner Hall— North side Maryland, east 

, of Delaware street. 

Union Building— South side Maryland, 
west of Illinois street. 

Union Depot — South side Louisiana, bet, 
Illinois and Merioian. 

U. S. Arsenal — North end of Arsenal ave. 
bet. Michigan street and Cliflbrd ave. 

Vajen's Exchange Block— 80 North Penn. 
street. 



Vance Block — Southeast corner Washing- 
ton street and Virginia ave. 

VanVorhis Block — 233 to 239 Mass. ave. 

Vinton Block — Southwest corner Market 
and Penn. streets. 

Water Works Building— East bank White 
river, south of Washington street. 

Wesley Block— Indiana ave., between Illi- 
nois and Tennessee streets. 

Wheatley Block — Northeast corner New 
Jersey and Ohio streets. 

When Block — West side Penn., south of 
Market street. 

Wilson Block — Southeast corner Illinois 
and Market streets. 

Windsor Block — Southwest corner Market 
and Illinois streets. 

Wood & Fondray Block — West side Penn., 
north of Washington street. 

Wright's Market Street Block. — 66 to 7-4 
East Market street. 

Wright's Pennsylvania Street Block.— 82 
and 84 North Pennsylvania. 

Y. M. C. A. Building.— 29 to 37 North Il- 
linois street. 

Yohn Block — Northeast corner Meridian 
and Washington streets. 

Zilar Block. — 71 to 75 Massachusetts ave. 



PUBLIC PARKS. 

Bruce Park — North side Bruce opposite 

north end of Greenwood. 
Circle Park — Crossing of Meridian and 

Market streets. 
Garfield Park — South end of East street. 
Military Park — South side New York, bet. ' 

Blackford and West streets. 
University Park — West side Pennsylvania, 

bet. Vermont and New York streets. 
Woodruff Place— East of United States 

Arsenal, bet. Clifford ave, and Michigan 

street. 



RAILROADS. 

Belt Railroad and Stock Yard Company — 
W. R. McKeen,Pres ; Horace Scott, Vice- 
Fres.; R. S. McKee, Sec'y and Treas.; 
Wm. P.Ijams, Auditor and Supt. Offices 
and Yard tvvo miles southwest of city, at 
crossing of I & V. R. R. and Belt R. R. 
and Stock Yard Co.'s tracks. 

Chicago, St. Louis and Pittsburgh Rail- 
way — Indianapolis to Columbus, Ohio, 
188 miles. Genl Offices, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
George B. Roberts, Pres, Philadelphia, 
Pa.; E. A. Ford, Genl Passenger and 
Ticket Agt, Pittsburgh, Pa.; .John F. 
Miller, Genl. Supt,, Columbus, O.; James 
J. Turner, Supt., Richmond, Ind. In- 
dianapolis offices corner Alabama street 
and Vii'ginia ave. Oran Perry, Local 
Freight Agt.; J. A. Perkins, Division 
Freight Agt.; H. R. Dering, Asst. Genl. 
Passenger Agt. Office northeast corner 
Illinois and Washington streets. 

Cincinnati, Ilamiltou and Indianapolis 
Railway — From Indianapolis to Cincin- 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



nati, O., 123 miles. C. C. Waite, Vice- 
Fres. and Genl. Mngr. Genl. offices, 
Cincinnati, O. Indianapolis offices, cor- 
ner Virginia ave and Georgia street. 
_H._G. Stiles, Agt. 

Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis and 
Chicago Railway — From Cincinnati to 
Indianapolis, Ho miles. From Indian- 
apolis to Kankakee, 111., 139 miles. 
Genl. offices, Cincinnati, O. M. E. In- 
galls, Pres., Cincinnati, O.; John Egan, 
Genl. Passenger Agt , Cincinnati, O.; H. 
J. Page, Genl. Freight Agt., Cincinnati, 
O. Indianapolis offices, southeast corner 
Delaware and Louisiana streets. Joseph 
W. Sherwood, Supt.; W. A. Sullivan, 
Freight Agt,; W. C. Hohbs, Asst. Genl. 
Freight Agt., Chicago, 111.; J. H. Martin, 
Passenger Agt., 16 North Meridian 
street. 

Cincinnati, Wabash and Michigan Rail- 
way — From Indianapolis to Benton Har- 
bor, Mich., 201 miles. I. H. Wade, Pres., 
Cleveland, O.; W. S. Jones, Sec'y and 
Treas, Cleveland, O.; Norman Beckley, 
Genl Mngr., Elkhart, Ind.; G. A. Cart- 
wright, Genl. Freight and Ticket Agt, 
Elkhart, Ind.. O. W. Lamport, Supt., 
Wabash, Ind.; Edwin D. Wheelock, 
Auditor, Elkhart, Ind.; F. W. Torrance, 
Freight and Passenger Agt., 150 S Merid- 
ian street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and In- 
dianapolis Railway — From Indianapolis, 
Ind., to Cleveland, O., 283 miles. Genl. 
offices Cleveliind, O. Stevenson Burk, 
Vice-Pres., Cleveland, O.; G. M. Beach, 
Genl. Mngr., Cleveland, O.; A. J. Smith, 
Genl. Passenger Agt., Cleveland, O. In- 
<lianapolis offices, northwest corner Illi- 
nois and Washington streets. J. Q. Van 
Winkle, Division Freight Agt., Indian- 
apolis; J. 0. Ewan, Supt., Indianapolis 
Division; T. J. Timpson, New York, 
Genl. Eastern Agt.; D. B. Martin, Genl. 
Western Agt, St. Louis, Mo.; W. J. 
Nichols, Passenger Agt., Indianapolis, 
Ind.; T. J. Helm, Local Freight Agt., 
northeast corner Virginia ave and Ala- 
bama street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Indiana, Bloomington and Western Rail- 
way—From Indianapolis to Peorin, 111. 
Peoria Division, 212 miles; Indi na- 
polisto Columbus, O; Eastern Division, 
183 miles ; Springfield, O., to San- 
dusky, Ohio Division, 130 miles. Find- 
lay Branch, Carey to Findlay, 16 miles. 
Genl Office. Ingalls Block. Austin Cor- 
bin, Pres. ; Alfred Sully, Vice-Pres. ; J. 
D. Campbell, Genl. Counsel and Sec'y. ; 
F. ^V. Dunton, Treas., C. B. Lockwood, 
Auditor; C. E. Henderson, Receiver; I. 
H. Wilson, Genl. Supt.; H. C. Diehl, 
Genl. Freight Agt. ; H. M. Bronson, 
Genl. Ticket and Passenger Agt. ; H. C. 
Norton, Purchasing Agt. 

Indianapolis, Decatur and Springfield 
Railway — From Indianapolis to De- 
catur, 152 miles. H. B. Hammond, Pres. 
and Receiver ; G. W; Bender, Supt. ; J. 



S. Lazarus, Genl. Freight and Passenger 
Agt. ; J. V. McNeal, Auditor; R." B. F. 
Pierce, Genl. Solicitor ; T. B. Atkii^s 
Treas. Genl. offices, Condit Block, 1 / 
South Meridian street. 
Indianapolis, Peru and Chicago Railway. 
(See Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific Rail- 

Indianapolis Union Railway Co. — Lessees 
Belt Railroad — James McCrea, Pres.; V. 
T. Malott, Vice-Pres. and Mngr.; W. P. 
Ijams, Auditor; D. F. AVhitcomb, Supt.; 
W. N. Jackson, Sec'y and Trens. 

Indianapolis and St. Louis Railway — Indi- 
ariapolis, Ind., to St. Louis, Mo., 261 
miles. General offices, Cleveland, O. 
Freight offices, northeast corner Virginia 
ave. and Alabama street. Stevenson 
Burk, Vice-Pres ; G. H. Russell, Sec'y 
and Treas.; P. A. Hewitt, Auditor; G. 
M. Beach, Genl. Mngr., Cleveland, O.; 
T. W. Burrows, Supt., St. Louis, Mo.; 
Edgar Hill, Genl. Freight Agt., St. 
Louis, Mo.. A. J. Smith, Genl. Passen- 
ger Agt., Cleveland, O.; D. B. Martin, 
Genl. Western Passenger Agt., St. Louis, 
Mo.; W. J. Nichols, Passenger Agt., 
Indianapolis, Ind.; J. Q. Van Winkle, 
Division Freight Agt., Indianapolis, 
Ind. Indianapolis offices northwest cor- 
ner Washington and Illinois street. 

Indianapolis and Vincennes Railroad — In- 
dianapolis to Vincennes, 117 miles. (Op- 
erated bv Pennsylvania Company.) Gen- 
eral offices, Pittsburg, Pa. Indianapolis 
offices, corner Virginia ave and Alabama 
street, M. W. Mansfield, Supt. ; S. F. 
Gray, Div. Freight Agt.; H. R. Dering. 
Asst. General Passenger Agt., Northeast 
corner Illinois and Washington streets. 

Jeffersonville, Madison and Indianapoli.s 
Railroad — Indianapolis to Louisville, 
Ky., 110 miles. General offices, Pitts- 
burg, Pa., James McCrea, Manager ; W. 
F. Black, Supt., Louisville, Ky. ; E. A. 
Ford, Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Agt., 
Pittsburg, Pa. Indianapolis offices, cor- 
ner Virginia ave, and Alabama street. 
Oran Perry, Local Freight Agt. , H. R. 
Dering, General Passenger Agt., north- 
east corner Illinois and Washington sts. 

Louisville. New Albany and Chicago Rail- 
way (Monon Route) — From Chicago, 
111.", to Louisville, Ky., 323 miles. From 
Michican City, Ind., to Indianapolis, 
Ind., 154 miles. AVm. Dowd, Pres., New 
York; John B. Carson, Vice-Pres. and 
General ]\Ingr., Chicago, Illinois.; Wm. 
H. Lewis, Sec'y and Treas., Chicago, 111.; 
Geo. W. Easley, General Solicitor, Chi- 
cago, 111.; W. R. Woodward, General 
Supt., Chicago, 111.; W. H. McDoel, Gen- 
eral Freight Agt., Chicago, 111.; Wm. S. 
Baldwin, General Passenger Agt., Chi- 
cago, 111.; General offices, New York and 
Chicago. G. S. Brecount, General 
Freight Agt., Indianapolis, Ind.; Isaac 
D. Baldwin. District Passenger Agt., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. Local offices, 26 South 
Illinois street. 



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INDIANAPOLIS CITY DIRECTORY. 



Ohio Southern Railroad — From Spring- 
field, O., to Wellston, O. Total distance, 
118 miles. Alfred Sully, Pres., New 
York; Wilberforce Sully, Sec'y, New 
York; Henry Graves, Vice-Pres. and 
Treas., New York; Charles E. Hender- 
son, Genl. Mngr, Indianapolis, Ind.; C. 
W Fairbanks, Genl. Solicitor, Indian- 
apolis, Ind.; C. B. Lockwood, Auditor, 
Indianapolis, Ind.; W. H. Van Tassel, 
Supt., Springfield, O.: D. H. Eoche, Genl. 
Freight Agt., Springfield, O.; H. M Bron- 
son, Genl. Ticket Agt., Indianapolis, 
Ind.; John King, Master Mechanic, In- 
dianapolis, Ind.; Genl. offices. Ingall's 
Block, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Terre Haute and Indianapolis Railroad — 
Indianapolis to St. Louis, Mo., 240 miles. 
Genl. offices, Terre Haute, Ind.; W. R. 
McKeen,Pres ,Terre Haute, Ind.; J.Hill, 
Genl. Supt., St. Louis, Mo.; George E. 
Farrington, Genl. Agt. and Sec'y, Terre 
Haute, Ind.; J. W. Graft, Treas., Terre 
Haute, Ind.; E. A. Ford, Genl. Ticket 
and Passenger Agt., Pittsburgh, Pa.; J. 
M. Chesbrough, Asst. Genl. Passenger 
Agt., St. Louis, Mo.; H. P. Wetzell,.Genl. 
Agt., Indianapolis; H. R. Dering, Asst. 
Genl. Passenger Agt., Indianapolis. In- 
dianapolis offices, northeast corner Illi- 
nois and Washington streets. 

Vandalia Line — (See Terre Haute and In- 
dianapolis Ry.) 

Wabash St. Louis and Pacific Ry. — In- 
dianapolis to Michigan City, 158 miles; 
Indianapolis to Detroit, Mich., 272 miles; 
Indianapolis to Toledo, Ohio, 224 miles; 
Genl. office, St. Louis, Mo. James F. 
Joy, Prps , New York ; F. Chandler, Gen. 
Passenger and Ticket Agt., St. Louis, Mo.; 
P. A. Lynn, Commercial Agt.; F. P. 
Wade, District Passenger and Ticket 
Agt., 56 West Washington street. Freight 
office, 51 South Alabama street. 



SCHOOLS. 

MISCELLANEOUS SCHOOLS. 

Belmont School— Wm. W. Hall, Principal. 

Brightwood Public School — Charles Bu- 
chanan, Principal. 

Bryant's Business College — 662 North 
Penn. street. T. J. Bryant, Pres. 

Butler University, Irvington, Ind. — B. M. 
Blount, Pres.; Thomas M. Iden, Sec'y; 
Scot Butler, Treas. : 

German Evangelical Lutheran School — 
East side New Jersey, south of Merrill. 
Daniel Fechtmann, Principal. 

German Kindergarten — 449 North Merid- 
ian street. Mrs. Laura Slruby, Princi- 
pal. 

German Lutheran School — 481 East Mar- 
ket street. A. Krome and H. Kors, 
Teachers. 

Indiana Boston School of Elocution and 
Expression of Indianapolis — Established 
1879. Mrs. Hattie Augusta Prunk, Prin- 
cipal, 368 West New York street. 



Indiana Kindergarten, Training School 
and Kindergarten — Northeast corner 
Second and Meridian streets. Mrs. E. 
A. Blaker, Principal. 

Indianapolis Business College, C. C. Koer- 
ner, Principal, Vance Block. 

Indianapolis Business University — When 
block opposite Postoffice. Established 
1850. Trook, Heeb.and Redman, Prin- 
cipals. 

Indianapolis Classical School (boys) — 
Northwest corner North and Alabama 
streets. T. L. Sewall, Principal. 

Indianapolis Classical School (girls) — 426 
North Pennsylvania street. T. L. Sewall 
and Mrs. May W. Sewall, Principals. 

Indianapolis Institute for Young Ladies — 
James Lyon, Principal, 477 North Penn- 
sylvania street. 

Irvington Public School — Orin M. Pruitt, 
Principal. 

Kindergarten School, 402 Blackford. 

Mapletun Public School — F. Landes, Prin- 
cipal. 

North Indianapolis School — Corner Arm- 
strong and Rader streets. Miss Kate 
Taff'e, Principal. 

St. Augustine School— 467 South Ten- 
nessee street. In charge of the Sisters of 
Providence. Sister Benuta, Principal. 

St. Bridget's School — Northeast corner 
West and St. Clair streets. In charge of 
the Sisters of St. Francis. 

St. John's Academy — South side Maryland 
street, east of Tennessee street. In charge 
of the Sisters of Providence. 

St. .John's School — 74 West Georgia street. 
In charge of the Brothers of the Sacred 
Heart. 

St. Joseph's Academy— 248 North Noble 
street. Sister St. Clement, Superior. 

St. Joseph's Parochial School — Northwest 
corner of Vermont and Liberty streets. 
In charge of the Sisters of Providence. 

St. Joseph's Institute — Corner Co-burn and 
Shoit streets. In charge of the Brothers 
of the Sacred Heart. 

St. Mary's School (for boys) — Rear 75 East 
Maryland street. A. H. Mueller, Prin- 
cipal. 

St. Mary's School (for girls) — South side 
Maryland street, west of Delaware street. 
In charge of the Sisters of St. Francis. 

St. Patrick's School (for boys) — North side 
Dougherty street, west of Virginia ave. 
In charge of the Brothers of the Sacred 
Heart. 

St. Patrick's School (for girls) — South side 
Dougherty street, west of Short street. In 
charge of the Sisters of Providence. 

School of the Sacred Heart (for girls) — 
Corner Meridian and Palmer streets. 
Mother Lidwina, Superior. 

School of the Sacred Heart (for boys) — 
Corner Union and Palmer streets. Fran- 
cis Haase, Principil. 

Select School — 407 North Illinois street. 
Mrs. E. J. Price, Teacher, 

Select School— 455 North Meridian street. 
Miss Mary A. Newell, Principal. 



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Select School— 104 Cherry street. Miss 
Jennie L. Burr, Principal. 

Stratford Public Siihool— Eva Heizer, 
Principal. 

Training School of Expression — Secret 
League Hall, When block, opp. Post- 
office. Mrs. Edna Chaftee Noble, Di- 
rector; Mrs. Lucia Julian Martin, Prin- 
cipal. 

West Indianapolis School — Reisner street 
(W I). John F. Stone, Principal. 

Woodside School — Frank Hall, Teacher. 

Yandes Street Free Kindergarten — South- 
west corner Yandes street and Home ave. 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Superintendent of Schools — Lewis H.Jones, 
440 Broadway. 

Clerk of Superintendent — Elizabeth Ham- 
ilton. Office in Library bidg. Office 
hours of Superintendent from 4:30 to 5:30 
p. m, Office hours of Clerk, from 8:30 a. 
m. to 6 p. m. 

Superintendent of Primary Instruction — 
Miss N. Cropsey, 85 College ave. 

Special Teachers — Jesse H. Brown, Teacher 
of Drawing; Charles E. Emmerich, 
Teacher of German. Office of Special 
Teachers in Library bldg. 

Normal School — In High School bldg No. 
1. Mary E. Nicholson, Principal. 

HIGH SCHOOL No. 1. 

Corner Pennsylvania and Michigan streets. 
W. W. Grant, Principal. 

HIGH SCHOOL No. 2. 

Virginia ave. between Huron and Noble 
streets. T. G. Alford, Principal. 

PRIMARY AND GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 

No. 1— Corner New Jersy and Vermont 
streets. Kate Robson, Principal. 

No. 2— Corner Delaware and Walnut 
streets. Margaret Hamilton, Principal. 

No. 3 — Meridian, bet. Ohio and New York 
streets. George F. Bass, Principal. 

No. 4 — Corner Michigan and Blackford 
streets. Emma Donnan, Principal. 

No. 5 — Maryland, bet. Mississippi and 
Missouri streets. Luella Kunse, Princi- 
pal. 

No. 6 — Corner Union and Phipps streets. 
Clara Washburn, Principal. 

No. 7 — Corner Bates and Benton streets. 
Nelson Yoke, Principal. 

No. 9 — Corner Vermont and Davidson 
streets. Henrietta Schrake, Principal. 

No. 10 — Corner Ash street and Home ave. 
Henrie Colgan, Principal. 

No. 11 — Corner 4th and Tennessee streets. 
Eliza T. Ford, Principal. 

No. 12. — Corner West and McCarty streets. 
Laura T. Benson, Principal. 

No. 13 — Corner Buchanan and Beaty 
streets. Miss M. S. Ingersoll, Principal. 

No. 14 — South side Ohio street, east of 
Highland ave. Mary R. Wilson, Prin- 
cipal. 



No. 15— Market street, bet. West and Cali- 
fornia streets. Ruama W. Wales, Prin- 
cipal. 
No. 16 — Corner Bloomington and Spring- 
field streets (W. I.). Mary A. Hancock, 
Principal. 
' No. 17 — Corner Michigan road and Hunt- 
[ ington street. Vinnie McFarland, Prin- 
[ cipal. 

! No. 18 — Yandes, bet. Home and Lincoln 
aves. James H. Thompson, Principal. 
I No. 19 — Shelby, south of Prospect street. 
' Mary E. Willson, Principal. 

No. 20 — Spruce, south of Prospect street. 
I Mary L. Mather, Principal. 
i No. 22— Corner Chestnut and Hill streets. 
j Mary Colgan, Principal. 
No. 23 — Corner Fourth and Howard streets. 

John T. Smith, Principal. 
No. 24 — Corner North and Minerva streets. 

William D. McCoy, Principal. 
No. 25 — Corner New Jersey and Merrill 
streets. Mary A. McKeever, Principal. 
No. 26 — Beeler, bet. Lincoln ave. and Sev- 
enth street. Jane W. Bass, Principal. 
No. 27 — Corner Park ave. and Eighth 
streets. Mrs. Margaret V. Marshall, 
Principal. 
No. 28 — Fletcher ave. bet. Dillon and Cedar 
streets. Mary H. Ingersoll, Principal. 

SECRET iND BENEVOLENT ORGAN- 
IZATIONS. 

ANCIENT ORDER HIBERNIANS. 

Hall 25 South Meridian street. County 
Officers, James H. Deery, C. D.; W. 
Broderick, C. S.; John Murray, C. T. 

Division No. 1 — Meets first and third 
Wednesday evenings of each month, at 
Parnell Hall, 73 West McCarty street. 
W. Broderick, Pres. 

Division No. 2 — Meets first and third Mon- 
day evenings of each month. J. L. Rear- 
don, Pres.; -lohn Agnew, F. S.; Thomas 
Foster, R. S. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORK- 
MEN. 

Grand Lodge meets third Tuesday in Feb- 
ruary biennially. 

Crescent Lodge, No. 72 — Meets every Fri- 
day evening, corner Illinois and 7th 
streets. C. F. Miller, Financier. 

Eagle Lodge, No. 10— Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month, at 285 
South Illinois street. R. F, Lennox, M. 
W.; G. W. Hill, Fin.; O. R. Weaver, Re- 
corder. 

Prospect Lodge, No. 45 — Meets in Mohs' 
Block every Tuesday evening. Joseph 
Dynes, M. W.; Joseph Morris, Fin.; F. 
C. Collings, Recorder. 

Union Lodge, No. 6 — Meets every other 
Friday evening, at 285 South Illinois 
street. John T. Francis, Fin. 

AMERICAN PROTESTANT ASSOCIA- 
TION. 
Hall 27i South Delaware street. 



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<jrermania Lodge No. 8--Meets every Fri- 
day evening. Wm. Hillman, W. M. ; 
Henry Reichenmeyer, Sec'y. 

BENEVOLENT PROTECTIVE ORDER 
OF ELKS. 

Indianapolis Lodge No. 13 — Meets at Clay- 
pool Block every Sundav evening at 8 
o'clock. J. X. JPanning" E. R.; S. C. 
Henton, Sec'y ; G. W. Hill, TreasT 

D. O. H. 

Hall 27 1 South Delaware street. 

Freya Lodge No 63— Meets every Tuesday 
evening. Nicholas Kertz, O. B. ; G. Ho- 
facker, Sec'y. 

Schiller Lodge No. 381— Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening. Herman VoUrath, O. 
B.; Charles Richter, Sec'y. 

D. R. K. 

St. Bonifacius Unterstuetzungs-Verein — 
Meets at St. Mary's School, Maryland 
street. M. Volkert, Pres. ; M. Peters, 
Sec'y ; Ignatz Hurrle, Treas. 

St. Joseph Unterstnetzungs-Vereln — Meets 
at St. Mary's school, Maryland street. 
Frank Gisler, Pres. ; I. Strack, Sec'y ; 
John Geis, Treas. 

DRUIDS. 

Hall, southwest corner Georgia and Illi- 
nois streets. 

Capital City, No. 17— Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at Druid Hall, southwest 
corner Illinois and Georgia streets. 

Germaniii Circle, No. 1— Meets second and 
fourth Sunday in each month. 

Humboldt Grove, No. 8 — Meets every 
Wednesday evening. 

Mozart Grove, No. 13— Meets every Tues- 
day evening. 

Octavia Grove, No. 3— Meets every Mon- 
day evening. 

Washington, H. E Chapter, No. 3— Meets 
every second and last Sunday in east 
month at Druid Hall, southwest corner 
Illinois and Georgia streets. 

GRAND ARMY OF FRATERNITY. 

General Officers— H. H. Morse, Comman- 
der-in-Chief, 145 Broadway, New York, 
C. Bradford, Secretary General, 16 and 
18 Hubbard block, Indianapolis, Ind. ; 
Michael Nisbet, Treas. Genl., 808 Wal- 
nut street, Philadelphia, Pa.; W- J. 
Newton, Advocate Genl., 810 F street, 
N. W Washington, D. C , Henry Jam- 
ison, M. D., Ph^-^ician Genl., 28 East 
Ohio street, Indianapolis, Ind. ; Wm. H. 
Turner, Chairman Board of Trustees, 236 
Randolph street, Chicago, 111. 

Washington Camp, No. 2— Meets first and 
third Wednesday of each month in 
Frater Hall, When Block, North Penn- 
sylvania street. John W. Chapman, 
Commander ; John McElwee, Treas. ; 
John N. Beers, Adjutant. 



GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

Major Robert Anderson Post, No. 369 — 
Meets every Monday evening at Post 
Hall, corner of Court and Delaware 
streets. Sam'l Laing, Commander; Lewis 
B. Nelson, Adjutant. 

George H. Chapman Post, No. 209 — Meets 
every Saturday evening in Post Hall 
(Cleveland block), corner Kentucky ave. 
and M;iryland street. John A. M. Cox, 
Commander; Benj. P. Ralph, Adjutant. 

Martin R. Delauey Post, No. 70— Meets 
first and third Thursday of each month 
at 83^ East Washington street. A. A. 
Jones, Commander; T. N. Watson, Ad- 
jutant. 

Joseph R. Gordon Post, No. 281~Meets 
every Tuesday evening at Odd Fellows' 
Hall, end of Virginia ave. J. P. Mc- 
Connell, Commander; Milton H. Daniels, 
Adjutant. 

John F. Ruckle Post,No. 165 — Meets every 
Thursday evening at VanSickle's Hall, 
58 Clifford ave. Augustus D. Shaw, 
Commander; H. B.Snyder, Adjutant. 

George H. Thomas Post, No. 17 — Meets 
first and third Tuesday of each month, 
at Post Hall, corner of Court and Dela- 
ware streets. I. N. Walker, Commander; 
B. A. Richardson, Adjutant. 

GOOD TEMPLARS. 
True Friend Lodge, No. 2 — Meets every 

Tuesday evening in hall, 490 Virginia 

ave. 
Monitor Lodge, No. 1 — Meets every Friday 

evening, Boston Block. 

HEBREW SOCIETIES. 

Abraham Lodge, No. 58, L O. B. B.— 
Meets first and third Sunday evenings of 
each month, in True Friend Hall, When 
Block. Lewis Newberger, Pres. ; John 
King, Sec'y. 

Ester Lodge, I. O. B. B., No. 323.— Meets 
second and fourth Sunday evenings in 
each month, in True Friend Hall, When 
Block. J. Sonueberger, Pres. ; N. E. 
Frank, Treas. 

O. K. S. B.— Hall When Block. Indian- 
apolis Lodge, No. 149. Meets second and 
fourth Sundav afternoons in each month, 
at True Friend Hall, When Block. H. 
Cohen, Pres.; Ed Ducas, Sec'y ; Rev. M. 
Messing, Treas. 

Tree of Life Mutual Benefit Society — 
Harry Solomon, Pres. ; Charles B. Feible- 
man, Sec'y ; Samuel Marks, Treas. Meets 
When Block. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN. 

Hall in Griffith Block, 36} West Washing- 
ton street. 

Hiawatha Tribe, No. 75 — Meets every 
Tuesday evening. Arthur W. Cobb, S.; 
John Lawler, C. of R. 

Minnewa Tribe, No. 38 — Meets every 
Thursday evening. Samuel Laing, S,; 
Henry Wertz, C. of R. 



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Polmete Tribe, No. 17 (German) — Meets 

every Monday evening. George Kalb, 

S.; Jacob Becker, C. of R. 
Red Cloud Tribe, No. 18— Meets every 

Wednesday evening. Simeon Coy, S.; 

Henry Albertsmeyer, C. of R. 

KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF THE 
GOLDEN RULE. 

Castle Marion, No. 160 — Meets in Baldwin 
Block every Wednesday evening. Hughes 
AV. White, Commander; Mrs. Hattie 
Hopkins, Vice Commander; G. W. B. 
Smith, Recording Sec'y; R. E. Hopkins, 
Financial Sec'y; W. C. Grubb, Treas.; 
Moses H. Conklin, Master-at-Arms; H. 
W. Harrington, Prelate; Oscar Call, 
Herald; Mrs. Dora Call, Warder; Fred 
Scharffe, Sentinel. 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 

Grand Lodge — Meets the last Tuesday in 
February, annually in Baldwin Block, 
corner Market and Delaware streets. J. 
B. Hill, Grand Director ; James W. 
Jacob, Grand Reporter. 

Brightwood Lodge, No. 915 — Meets every 
Tuesday evening at 7:30, in Minor Hall. 

Eureka Lodge, No. 24— Meets every Friday 
evening corner Delaware and Market 
streets, Baldwin Block. W. D. Wilson, 
Dictator ; J. W. Elder, Reporter. 

Germania Lodge, No. 2634— Meets 27J 
South Delaware street every Thursday. 

Indianapolis Lodge, No. 9 — Meets every 
Tuesday evening, Baldwin Block. 

Marion Lodge, No. 601 — Meets every Tues- 
day evening corner Indiana ave. and 
Vermont street. Albert A. Hunter, Dic- 
totor ; W. A. Byrket, Reporter ; W. H. 
Stringer, Fin. Reporter. 

Schiller Lodge, No 40 — Meets every Thurs- 
day evening in Baldwin block, 

Victoria Lodge, No. 22 — Meets every Mon- 
day evening, Baldwin block. C. W. 
Perry, Dictator ; George W. Gadd, 
Reporter. 

Washington Lodge, No. 114 — Meets every 
Tuesday evening in Baldwin block. H. 
J. Jacobson, Dictator ; James D. Rook, 
Reporter. 

Wheatley Lodge, No. 8 — Meets every Sat- 
urday evening in Baldwin block. Chas. 
E. Kerner, Reporter. 

Indianapolis Division, No, 1, U. R. — 
Meets first Thursday evening of each 
month in Baldwin block. 

KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HONOR. 

Compton Lodge, No. 1137 — Meets every 
Tuesday evening in Baldwin Block. 
Mrs. Sarah E. Roberts, Protector, J. W. 
Hosman, Sec'y. 

Elizabeth Lodge, No. 498 (German) — 
Meets every Friday evening in Marmont 
Hall, Southwest corner Georgia and 
Illinois streets. Mrs. Elizabeth Schmidt, 
Protector ; Charles G. Coulon, Sec'y. 

Enterprise Lodge, No. 261 — Meets every al- 
ternate Wednesday night in Baldwin 
Block. 

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Germania Lodge, No. 878 (German) — Meets 
every alternate Thursday night in Hall 
37^ South Delaware street. Herman 
Freeburg, Protector; C. F. Ziegler, Sec'y. 

Hope Lodge, No. 6 — Meets every Wednes- 
day evening in Baldwin Block, corner 
Market and Delaware streets. Mrs. 
C. McKinley, Protector; Mrs. Sarah E. 
Waide, Sec'y. 

Martha Lodge, No. 236 (German)--Meets 
every Tuesday evening in hall, 372 South 
Delaware street. Catherine Hamprigh, 
Protector; John W. Woerner, Sec'y. 

Prospect Lodge, No. 785 — Meets every 
Tuesday evening in True Friend Hall, 
When block. W P. Adkinson, Protec- 
tor; L. D. Stapp, Sec'y. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

Hall northwest corner Market and Penn- 
sylvania streets. Annual convocations 
first Tuesday in June. H. H. Francis, 
P. G. C; Charles E. Shirley, G. C; 
W. L. Heiskell, G. V. C; Frank Bowers, 
G. K. of R. and S.; J. H. Russe, G P.; 
George Webster, Jr., G. M. of E.; C E. 
Pittman, G. M. at Arms; AV. Wallace 
Hinds, G. L G.; L. A. Nantz, G. O. G. 

Headquarters Uniform Rank K. of P. of 

the World — James R. Carnahan, Maj or 
Gen. commanding. Room 33 Talbot 
Block. 

General Relief Committee — Meets the first 
Thursday of each month in Castle Hall, 
northwest corner Market and Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Capital City Lodge, No. 97 — Meets every 
Monday evening in Griffith block, 36J 
West Washington street. Eugene Saul- 
cy, C. C; Wm. S. Gordon, K. of R. 
and S. 

Danville Lodge, No. 48— Dr. C. A. White, 
C. C; Evan Estep, K. of R. and S. 

Excelsior Lodge, No. 25 — Meets every Fri- 
day evening in Castle Hall, northwest 
corner Market and Pennsylvania streets. 
Henry S. Maudlin, C. C; W. AV. Davy. 
K. ofR. andS. 

Indiana Brigade, U. R. K. P. — James R. 
Ross, Brig.-Gen. commanding ; Beajamia 
C. Wright, Acting Adiutant-General. 

Indianapolis Division No. 2, U. R. K. of 
P. — Armory at Board of Trade Build- 
ing, Maryland and Tennessee streets 
Meets every Friday evening. B. A. 
Richardson, Sir Knight Captain ; T. A. 
AVinterrowd, Sir Knight Recorder. 

Indianapolis Lodge, No. 56 — Meets every 
Thursday evening, in Castle Hall, north- 
west corner Market and Pennsylvania 
streets. T. G. Harrison, C. C; George 
L. Bruenig, K. of R. and S. 

Koerner Lodge, No. 6 — Meets every Mon- 
day evening, in Castle Hall, northwest 
corner Market and Pennsylvania streets. 
E. F. Knodel, C. C; August AVoerner, 
K. of R. and S. 

Lebanon Lodge, No. 35— Meets in hall 
northwest corner Market and Pennsyl- 
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Many Division, No. 18, U. K. — Armory at 
Mozart Hall. Meeting every Friday at 
8 p. m. Charles J. Many, Sir Knight 
Commander; Edward Dickerson, Sir 
Knight Recorder. 

Marion Lodge, No. 1 — Meets in Castle Hall, 
northwest corner Market and Pennsyl- 
vania streets, every Wednesday. Ed- 
ward Dickenson, C. C; W. C. Tarking- 
ton, K. of R. and S. 

Olive Branch, No. 2 — Meets every Saturday 
evening in Castle Hall northwest corner 
Market and Pennsylvania streets. 
Stephen T. Verity, jr., C. C; J. F. Fran- 
cis, K. of R. and S. 

Schiller Lodge, No. 61 — Meets every Mon- 
day evening in Hall 27 South Delaware 
street. John Frick, C. C; Tobias Roach, 
K. of R. and S. 

Star Lodge,No. 7 — Meets Tuesday evenings 
in Castle Hall northwest corner Market 
and Pennsylvania streets. Charles R. 
Jones, C. C; Frank Blanchard, K. of R. 
and S. 

KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF UNIVER- 
SAL BROTHERHOOD. 

Supreme Commandery — Meets in room 1, 
28^ South Illinois street. D. D. Leach, 
Supreme Commander; John L. Francis, 
S. C. of R.; G. W. Hill, S. C. of E. 

Grand Commandery — Meets at Indianapo- 
lis, Ind., bi-aniuinlly. W. A. Y. Bishop, 
C. C. of R.; John L. Francis, G. C. of E. 

Continental Commandery, No. 3 — Meets 
in room 1, 283 South Illinois street, 
every Friday evening. Thomas Vance, 
Illustrious Commander; J. T. Francis, 
C. of R. 

Star Commandary, No. 6 — Meets in Eng- 
lish Meridian street Hall, every Monday 
evening. 

MASONIC. 
A. and A. Scottish Rile — Meets in Scottish 

Rite Bldg, 29 and 35 South Pennsyl- 
vania street. 
Indiana Sovereign Consistory — Joseph W. 

Smith, Commander-in Chief; C. F. Hol- 

liday, Grand Sec'y. 
Ancient Lamlmarks Lodge, No. 319 — F. 

and A. M., meets Masonic Temple. 

Charles A. McConnell, W. M.; Fred M. 

Loomis, Sec'y.; Paul H. Kraus, Treas. 
Capital City Lodge,No. 312 — Meets in Con- 

dit's block. Wm. Kitzmiller, W. M.; M. 

L. Johnson, Sec'y. 
Center Lodge, No. 23 — Meets in Gondii's 

block. H. A. Sarapsell, W. M.; Albert 

Izor, Sec'y.; Fred Vogt, Treas. 
Grand Commandery, K. T — Meets last 

Tuesday of April in Masonic Temple. 
Grand Lodge — Hall southeest corner 

Washington and Tennessee streets. Meets 

annually first Tuesday after the fourth 

Monday in May. Wm. H. Smythe, 

Grand Sec'y. 
Indianapolis Chapter, No. 5 — Meets in 

Condit's block. Roger Parry, H. P.; 

William Weigel, Sec'y. 



Indianapolis Council, No. 2 — Meets in Ma- 
sonic Temple. Roger Parry, I. M.; Wm. 
Weigel, Recorder. 

Keystone Chapter, No, 6 — Meets in Masonic 
Temple. Joseph W. Smith, H. P.; Wm. 
H. Smythe, Sec'y. 

Marion Lodge, No. 5 — Meets in Condit's 
Block. Roger Parry, W. M. ; Charles 
S. Roney, Treas; Hugh Drummond, 
Sec'y. 

Murat' Temple A. A. O. N. M. S. — Meets on 
Friday evenings. John T. Brush, Poten- 
tate ; Charles F. Mayer, Treas.; Cortze 
F. Hoi lid ay, Recorder. 

Mystic Tie Lodge, No. 398— Meets in Ma- 
sonic Temple. Chester Bradford, W. M.; 
George W. Sloan, Treas.; Willis D. 
Eugle, Sec'y. 

Oriental Lodge, No. 500— Meets in Bush- 
man block. Ft. Wayne ave, corner St. 
Mary street. Rice L. Bates, W. M ; 
John J. Twiname, Treas ; Howard Kim- 
ball, Sec'y. 

Pentalpha Lodge, No. 564— N. R. Ruckle, 
W. M; William H. Smythe, Sec'y. 
Meets in Masonic Temple. 

Queen Esther Chapter, No. 3, Order of the 
Eastern Star — Mrs. Lizzie Loutham, W. 
M.; Bruce Carr, W. P.; Mrs. Amelia 
King, Treas.; Mrs. Nettie Ransford, 
Sec'y. Meets alternate Friday evenings 
in Masonic Temple. 

Raper Commandery, No. 1 — Meets in Ma- 
sonic Temple. John T. Brush, Emi- 
nent Commander; Horace Parrott,Treas.; 
Wm. H. Smythe, Recorder. 

MASONIC (COLORED.) 
Hall — 662 East Washington street. 
Alpha Chapter, No. 13 — Meets in the Bos- 
ton Block. Edward Thomas, H. P. 
Gelhsemane Commandery, No. 9 — Meets in 

the Boston Block. Edward Jones, E. C. 
Leah Eastern Star Court, No. 11 — Meets in 

the Boston Block. Josie Heron, M. A. H. 
Bee Hive Lodge, No. 15 — Meets in the 

Boston Block. Thomas Steward, W. M.; 

C. H. Lanier, Sec'y. 
Central Lodge, No. 1— Meets at 66J East 

Vv ashiugton street. Joseph Lewis, W. 

M.; Andrew Locklear, Sec'y. 
Trinity Lodge, No. 18— Meets at 66^ East 

Washington street. Henry Thomas, W. 

M.; Albric Christy, Sec'y. 
Waterford Lodge, No. 13 — Meets at 66| 

East Washington street. Henry Seaton, 

W. M.; Wm. Lockett, Sec'y. 

ODD FELLOWS. 

Grand Lodge — Semi-annual Communica- 
tion meets Wednesday following the 
third Tuesday in May. Annual Com- 
munication meets the third Tuesday in 
November. A. N. Grant, Grand Master; 
L. T. Michener, Deputy Grand Master ; 
J. E. C. F. Harper, Grand Warden. 

Grand Encampment — Annual Communi- 
cation meets the third Tuesday in No- 
vember. C. B. Cooper, Grand Patriarch, 
Anderson; A. S. Milice, Grand High 



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Priest, Warsaw; C. W. Scott, Grand 
Senior Warden, Lebanon ; Lawrence 
Gates, Grand Junior Warden, Angola ; 
B. F. Foster, Grand Scribe, Indianapolis ; 
Theo. P. Haughey, Grand Treasurer, 
Indianapolis. 

Metropolitan Encampment, No. 5 — Meets 
first and tbird Mondays in each month. 

Teutonia Encampment, No. 57 — Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Wednesdays in each 
month. 

Capital Lodge, No. 124 — Meets every Fri- 
day evening in Grand Lodge Building. 
•Jacob W. Smith, Per. Secretary. 

Centennial Lodge, No. 520 — Meets south- 
west corner Seventh and Illinois streets, 
every Wednesdav evening. James Com- 
egys. Per. Sec'y- 

Center Lodge, No. 18 — Meets every Tues- 
day evening in Grand Lodge Building. 
George P. Anderson, Per. Sec'y. 

Corinthian Lodge, No. 474 — Meets 2 Cen- 
tral ave, every Friday evening. L. W. 
McDaniel, Per. Sec'y. 

Fidelity Rebecca Lodge, No. 227 — Meets 
in the hall of Indianapolis Lodge on 
the second and fourth Mond ays in each 
month. 

Germania Lodge, No. 127 — Meets every 
Thursday eveningin Grand Lodge Build - 
ing. George Reyer, Per. Sec'y. 

Indianapolis Lodge, No. 465 — Meets every 
Friday evening in Mankedick'.? Roman 
Hall. Joseph Johnson, Per. Sec'y. 

Meridian Lodge, No. 480 — Meets every 
Wednesday evening in Geizandanner's 
Hall. S. W. Cochran, Per. Sec'y. 

Mozart Lodge, No. 531 — Meets every Fri- 
day evening, at 275 S Delaware street. 

Philoxenian Lodge, No. 44 — Meets every 
Wednesday evening in Grand Lodge 
Building. Joseph S. Watson, Per. Sec'y. 

Harmonia Rebekah Degree Lodge, No. 31 
— Meets every second and fourth Thurs- 
day in each month in Grand Lodge 
Building. 

Olive Branch Rebekah Degree Lodge — 
Meets every second and fourth Saturday 
in each month in Grand Lodge Building. 
Joseph S. Watson, Per. Sec'y. 

P. G. M. Council (Colored)— Meets at 82i 
East Washington street. N. P. Gardner, 
Sec'y. 

Patriarchie, No. 23 (Colored)— Meets at 824 
East Washington street. Wm. Walden, 
Per. Sec'y. 

Garratt Smith Lodge, No. 1707 (Colored) 
—Meets in Gall's Building, 82J East 
Washington street. Wm. Walden, Per. 
Sec'y. 

Lincoln Union Lodge, No. 1486 (Colored) 
— Meets in Gall's Building, 82i East 
Washington street. Edward Proctor, 
Per. Sec'y. 

Household of Ruth Lodge, No. 34 (Col- 
ored )— Meets in Gall's Building, 82i East 
Washington street. 

O. P. Morton Lodge, No. 1987 (Colored)— 
Meets in Gall's Building, 82J East Wash- 
ington street. Wm. Christy, Per. Sec'y. 



ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS. 

Supreme Council — Meets second Tuesday 
in September, 1887. H. H. Morse, S.C; 
T. B. Linn, G. R. Office Phoenix block, 
northwest corner Delaware and Market 
streets. 

Grand Council — Meets third Wednesday 
in March. J. T. Lecklider, G. C; John 
N. Beers, G. R., office 340 W Vermont 
street. 

Sick Benefit League of Indiana — Meets the 
last Wednesday in December. Manag- 
ing Committee meets monthly. C.Brad- 
ford, Pres.; J. S. Roberts, Sec'y, office 
391 East McCarty street. 

Alpha Council, No. 1. — Meets every Satur- 
day evening in True Friend Hall, When 
block. Samuel P. Carrl, Councilor; Mrs. 
H. C. Page, Sec'y. 

Capital Council, No. 35— Meets every Mon- 
day evening in hall 359^ Virginia ave. 
A. P. Herron, Sec'y. 

Crescent Council, No 8— Meets every Fri- 
day evening in Geizendanner's Hall, 
northeast corner Vermont and Missis- 
sippi streets. H. C. Osborne, Councilor; 
George E. Tiffany, Sec'y. 

Delta Council, No. 2 — Meets every Mon- 
day evening in True Friend Hall, When 
block. Charles I. Burgau, Councilor; 
John McElwee, Sec'y. 

Eureka Council, No. 25 — Meets every Tues- 
day evening in Frater Hall, When 
Block. George F. Lutz, Councilor; J. S. 
Roberts, Sec'y. . ^ 

Marion Council, No. 16 — Meets every Sat- 
urday evening in Frater Hall, When 
Block. Miss J. T. Neighbors, Councilor; 
Miss Jessie Aldridge, Sec'y. 

Rose Council, No. 43— Meets first and third 
Friday evenings of each month in True 
Friend Hall, When Block. W. F. Lan- 
der, Councilor; F. A. Lander, Sec'y. 

True Friend Council, No. 23 — Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Friday evenings of each 
month in True Friend Hall, When 
Block. J. T. McCune, Councilor; G. B. 
Manlove, Sec'y. 

Union Council, No. 15 — Meets every Fri- 
day evening in K. of H. Hall, Bright- 
wood. C. W. Bush, Councilor; A. W. 
Tjeftwick, Sec'y. 

Universal Council, No. 2g — Meets every 
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, in True 
Friend Hall, When Block. A. Kahn, 
Councilor; H. S. Beissenherz, Sec'y. 

Venus Council, No. 7 — Meets every Thurs- 
day evening in K. of H. Hall, Baldwin 
Block. Miss Emma Keefer, Councilor; 
Berry Self, Sec'y. 

ORDER OF GOLDEN CHAIN. 

Hoosier Lodge, No. 17 — Meets first and 
third Friday evenings in each month, in 
in room 6, 77^ East Market street. John 
L Hunt, Com.; L. D. Sullivan, Sec'y.; 
M. H. Daniels, Collector. 



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OKDEK OF IKON HALL. 

Supreme Sitting — Biennial meeting fourth 
Tuesday in May. H. E. Lewis, S. J., St. 
Louis, Mo.; W. F. Lander, S. A., Room. 
11 Wright's Market Street Block, In- 
dianapolis, Ind.; M. C. Davis, S. C, room 
11 Wright's Market Street Block, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 

Local Branch No. 1 — Meets in True 
Friend's Hall When Block every Thurs- 
day evening. Wm. A. Collamore, 
Accountant. 

Local Branch No. 382— Meets in Room 11 
Wright's Market Street Block. F. A. 
Lander, Accountant. 

EOYAL ARCANUM. 

Grand Council— Meets fourth .Wednesday 
day in March annually, at Indianapolis, 
Ind. Gideon D. Searle, Grand Regent, 
Anderson, Ind.; Edward E. Schroer, 
Grand Sec'y., Indianapolis, Ind.; N. S. 
Bryam, Grand Treas., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Indiana Council, No. 128 — Meets every 
first and third Monday evenings each 
month in Frater Hall, When block. W. 
H. Fulion, Regent; C. W. Overman, 
Sec'y. ■ 

Indianapolis Council, No. 328-Meets every 
second and fourth Wednesday evenings 
each month in Frater Hall, When Block. 
Silas T. Blizard, Regent ; Charles M. 
Caats, Sec'y. 

Hoosier Council, No. 394— Meets every 
second and fourth Monday evenings each 
month, in I. O. O. F. Hall, Illinois and 
7th streets. J. A. J. Cutting, Regent; 

A. J. VanDeinse, Sec'y. 

Marion Council, No. 399 — Meets every sec- 
ond and fourth Friday evening each 
month, in English's Meridian street Hall. 
Charles June, Regent; C. B. Clark, Sec'y. 

SECRET LEAGUE. 

SUPREME LODGE. 

Supreme Recorder's Office — 16 When 
Block. 

Officers elected annually. 

Annual Session — Second Tuesday in Feb- 
ruary. 

Officers Supreme Lodge 1887— P. W. Bar- 
tholomue, S. P. C; Hon. L. C. Walker, S. 
C; Jonathan Peters, New Albany, Ind., 
S. V. C; Thomas O. Hall, Louisville, 
Ky., S. P.; D. M. Purman, M. D., S. Med. 
Ex.; John Furnas, S. T.; A. D. Miller, 
S. R; C. B. Proud foot, S. M.; S. L. 
Weaver, S. G.; H. T. Strouse, S. W.; Dr. 

B. W. Sullivan, W. A. Davidson, J. W. 
Woods, Theodore Pfafflin, D.Wintrowd, 
Trustees. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. 

Officers elected in January and July of 
each year. 

Anchor Lodge, No. 16 — Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening, Corinthian Hall, corner 
St. Mary street and Central ave. J. H. 
F. Prentice, Cardinal ; Charles W. Nick- 
nm. Recorder. 



Crescent Lodge, No. 15 — Meets every sec- 
ond and fourth Friday evening. Secret 
League Hall, When Block. Frank Bea- 
dle, Cardinal ; D. W. Brause, Recorder. 

Fountain Lodge, No. 22 — Meets every Sat- 
urday evening in Mohs' Hall, southeast 
corner Shelby and Prospect streets. J. 
R. Gibson, Cardinal ; S. S. Bragg, Re- 
corder. 

Greenleaf Lodge, No. 12 — Meets every Fri- 
day evening in North Indianapolis. 

Indianapolis Lodge, No. 1 — Meets every 
Thursday evening in Secret League Hall, 
When Block. Harry T. Strouse, Cardi- 
nal ; L. D. Sullivan, Recorder. 

Mercantile Lodge, No, 17 — Meets every 
Wednesday evening, in Secret League 
Hall, When Block. P. J. Gall, Cardi- 
nal ; G. R. Morrison, Recorder. 

Merchant's Lodge, No. 14 — Meets every 
Tuesday evening, Secret League Hall, 
When Block. T. L. Armstrong, Cardi- 
nal. 

Meridian Lodge, No. 19 — Meets each Mon- 
day evening. Secret League Hall, When 
Block. A. F. McCormick, Cardinal ; 
Myron Stowell, Recorder. 

Star Lodge, No. 18 — Meets each Friday 
evening, Centenial Hall, corner 7th and 
Illinois streets. W. E. Tousey, Cardinal; 
W. M. Coval, Recorder. 

UNITED BROTHERS OF FRIEND- 
SHIP. 

Sumner Lodge, No. 11 (Colored) United 
Brothers of Friendship — Sheppard Hard- 
rick, G. M.; Charles Rice, Sec'y; D. 
Qninn, Treas. 

United Brothers of Friendship (colored) — 
Anderson Washington, Marshal; Wm. 
Parks, Sec'y; Clark McPherters, Treas. 

UNITED ORDER OF HONOR, 

Supreme Lodge — Meets on third Tuesday 
in October biennially. Office 60 East 
Market street, rooms 21 and 22. Albert 
Wishard, Supreme Pres.; Ernest Duden, 
Supreme Sec'y; Henry F. Thompson^ Su- 
preme Treas.; Mrs. E."E. Nicholson, Su- 
preme Chaplain; Dr. W. E. Jeffries, Su- 
preme Medical Director; T. N. Harden, 
Supreme Organizer. 

Grand Lodge — Annual Communication, 
meets third Tuesday in May. J. Wesley 
Bennett, Grand Sec'y.; John Egger, 
Grand Treas. Office 37-^ East Washing- 
ton street. 

Bee Line Lodge, No. Ill — Meets every 
Wednesday evening, in VanSickles Hall, 
corner Cliflibrd and Brookside aves. 
John A. Weber, Pres.; Carrie V. Wheat, 
Sec'y.; Isabelle Hilliard, Treas. 

Capital City Lodge, No. 2 — Meets every 
Friday evening, at 60 East Market street, 
room 23. John L. Champe, Pres.; Will 
T. Ellis, Sec'y.; Alonzo Meek, Treas. 

Center Lodge, No. 99 — Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening, at 60 East Market street, 
room ' 23. Carrie Winter, Pres.; Berry 
Self, Sec'y.; Charles R. Winter, Treas. 



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Enterprise Lodge, No. 1 — Meets every 
Tuesday evening at 60 East Market 
Street, Room 23. John Haley, Pres.; W. 
H. Hall, Sec'y.; Wm. H. Bartlett, Treas. 

Golden Rule, No. 213— Meets in Mohs' 
Block every Wednesday evening. J. J. 
Keys, Pres ; Theodore] Dietz, Sec'y. 

Hope Lodge. No. 5 — Meets corner Central 
ave. and St. Mary street every Tuesday 
evening. Laura Merriott, Pres.; W. G. 
Sale, Sec'y.; John L. Kring, Treas. 

Indiana Lodge, No. 87 — Meets every Thurs- 
day evening in Mohs' Block, end of Vir- 
ginia ave. Henry Davis, Sec'y.; John 
H. Kettler, Treas. 

Indianapolis Merchants Lodge, No. 6 — 
Meets every Thursday evening at 60 
EastMarket street, room 23. Charles C. 
Glazier, Pres.; A. H. Johnson, Sec'y; A. 
Selig, Treas. 

Marion Lodge, No. 3 — Meets every Mon- 
day evening at 60 East Market street, 
room 23. Dr. O. B. Pettijohn, Pres.; 
Charles N. Tyler, Sec'y; Mrs. Mary B. 
Pearce, Treas. 

Pleasant Lodge, No. 188— Meets at Bright- 
wood every Thursday evening. 

Powell Lodge, No. 35 — Meets every Fri- 
day night in Baldwin Block. J. Westly 
Bennett, Sec'y. 

Schiller Lodge, No. 187 — Meets in Baldwin 
Block every Monday evening. Julius 
Neumann, Sec'y. 

Washington Lodge, No. 4— Meets in Geiz- 
endanner Hall every Monday evening. 
Charles Chatten, Pres.; G. G. Summers, 
Sec'y; John Watson, Treas. 

Wessel Lodge, No. 121 — Meets every Fri- 



day evening at 231 Hadley ave., West 
Indianapolis. H. B. Ward, Sec'y. 

WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS. 

Major Robert Anderson Corps, No. 44- 
Pres. Mrs. Eliza Cochran, No. 154 
College ave. Sec'y Florence J. Meek, 
No. 571 Broadway. Meets afternoons of 
first and third Mondays of each month, 
at G. A. R. Hall, corner Court and Dela- 
ware streets. 

Geo. H. Chapman Corps, No. 10 — Pres. Mrs. 
Anna Freeman, 58 Iowa; Sec'y Gertie 
Orpwood, 512 Virginia ave. Meets every 
Wednesday afternoon, in True Friends' 
Hall, (When Block) North Penn street. 

Martin R.Delauey (Colored) Corps, No. 38. 
Meets first and third Friday evenings of 
each month, at 83^ East Washington 
street. 

Joseph R. Gordon Corps, No. 43— Pres. 
Mrs. Belle Ingersoll; Sec'y Mrs. Loucilla 
E. Walrad, 213 Huron street. Meets the 
first Tuesday evening and third Wednes- 
day afternoon of each month. 

John F. Ruckle Corps, No. 40— Pres. Mrs. 
Susan Griffin, 132 Peru street; Sec'y 
Mary A. Kolwes, Atlas Works. Meets 
every Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in 
VanSickle Hall, Cliff'ord ave. 

Geo. H. Thomas Corps, No. 20— Pres. Belle 
Bristow, No. 24 South Illinois street; 
Sec'y Agnes Hitt, 148 North Illinois 
street. Meets afternoons, first and third 
Tuesdays of each month, at G. A. R. 
Hall, corner of Court and Delaware 
streets. 



TONY LAUNDRY 

Respectfully informs its Patrons that it has Removed from Southeast Corner 

» 
Washington and New Jersey to 

187 E. WASHINGTON ST. 



All work Warranted to give Satisfaction, and as Neatly Done as any Laundry 
in the City. 



ALL WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. 



R. L. POLK & GO'S 

Indianapolis City Directory 



1887. 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



ABBOTT, from 320 South 

Missouri west to West. 
AGNES, from 500 West New 
York north to Elizabeth. 

Vermont. 

Michigan. 

North. 
ALABAMA, from 152 East 
Washington north to State 
Fair Grounds, third east of 
Meridian. 

Court. 
51 Market. 

Wabash. 
102 Ohio. 

Miami. 
145 New York. 
200 Vermont. 

Allegheny. 
256 Michigan. 
300 North. 
352 Walnut. 
392 St. Clair. 
432 Ft Wayne ave. 
470 Pratt. 
500 St Joseph. 

First. 
520 St Mary. 
574 Morrison. 
669 Home ave. 

Lincoln ave. 

Sixth. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 
ALABAMA, from 149 East 
Washington south to Mc- 
Carty. 

Pearl. 
31 Maryland. 

Louisiana. 
195 South, 

Bane. 
250 Duncan. 



296 Merrill. 
Sinker. 
ALBEMARLE, from Jef- 
ferson ave. north to Orange 
ave., first west of Jefferson 
ave. 
ALLEGHENY, from Merid- 
ian east to Mississippi, be- 
tween Vermont and Michi- 
gan. 

Illinois. 
Tennessee. 
ALVORD, from Malott ave. 
north to city limits, first 
east of W., St. L. & P. Ry. 
Home ave. 
Lincoln ave. 
Seventh. 
Eighth. 
Ninth. 
Tenth. 
Twelfth. 
ANDERSON, from I., C. & 
L. Ry. to Howard, first 
north of Fifth. 
ANN, from Catharine south 
to Ray, first West of Ten- 
nesse. 
51 McCarty. 
91 Macanley. 
APPLEGATE, from Iowa 
south to Raymond, third 
east of Japan. 
Beecher. 
San ford. 
ARCH, from Park ave. east 
to Plum, first north of St. 
Clair. 
40 Broadway. 
ARCHER, from New York 
north to Clifford ave., sec-l 
ond east of C, C. C. & I.i 
Ry. 

Vermont. 1 



Michigan. 

Campbell. 

St. Clair. 

John. 

Madison. 
ARIZONA, from 678 South 
Meridian west to Dakota. 

Tennessee. 

Carlos. 

West. 
ARLINGTON AVE., from 
Shelby east to city limits, 
second north of Colgrove. 

Eldridge. 

Urbana. 

St. Charles. 
ARSENAL AVE., from 752 
East Washington north to 
Michigan. 

Market. 

Ohio. 

New York. 

Carter. 

Vermont. 
ARSENAL AVE., from 755 
East Washington south to 
Michigan ave. 

Williams. 
ATHON, from Rhode Island 
north to Indiana ave., first 
west of Blake. 
ARTHUR, from Willow 
south to Cypress, third east 
of Shelby. 
ASH, from 309 Massachu- 
setts ave. north to city lim- 
its. 

36 Vine. 
72 Cherry. 

Christian ave. 

Home ave. 

Lincoln ave. 

Seventh. 

Eigh h. 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



87 



Ninth. 


north of Twelfth. 




BLOOMINGTON (W. I.) 


Tenth. 


Columbia ave. 




from Washington north to 


Twelfth. 


Martindale ave. 




river bank, first west of 


ATWOOD, from Sanders 


Harrison ave. 




State. 


north to Morris, first west 


Sangster ave. 




Springfield. 


of Shelby, 


Man love ave. 




Beacon. 


AUBURN AVE, from C. St. 


Baltimore ave. 




BLOYD AVE, from corner 


L. & P. R. R south to 


Caroline ave. 




Hillside and Manlove aves. 


Prospect, fourth east of 


Hillside ave. 




southeast to Rural, first 


Eeid!^ 


Brouse ave. 




north of Lawrence. 


BALTIMORE AVE, from 


BELLEFONTAINE, 


from 


Greenbriar Lane. 


Hillside ave. north to 


370 Massachusetts 


ave 


Cooper. 


M;infhpstpr fourth past of 


north to citv limits. 




Paw Paw. 











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McRae. 


206 Vermont. 






184 Butler. 


Wallaok. 


260 Michigan. 






232 Home ave. 


Gatling. 


308 North. 






Lincoln ave. 


Shelby. 


BLAKE, from 


438 


AVest 


Seventh. 


BEELER, from Hill ave. 


Washington north to Indi- 


Eighth. 


second north of Raymond, 


ana ave. 






Ninth. 


north to Seventh, first east 


Market. 






Tenth. 


of Columbia ave. 


Ohio. 






Twelfth. 


Lincoln ave. 


152 New York 






Clyde. 


BELL, from Michigan north 


206 Vermont. 






Bruce. 


to Campbell, between Ar- 


252 Michigan. 






BROOKS, from corner Pratt 


cher and Hanna. 


310 North.. 






and First, north of Mcln- 


BELLE, from W.St. L.cti P. 


378 Elizabeth. 






tyre. 


Ry. east to Line ave., sixth 


408 Rhode Island. 




Tor bet. 



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669 Home ave. 






91 Macanley. 


north to Indiana ave., tirst 


Lincoln ave. 






APPLEGATE, from Iowa 


west of Blake. 


Sixth. 






south to Raymond, third 


ARTHUR, from Willow 


Seventh. 






east of Japan. 


south to Cypress, third east 


Eighth. 






Beecher. 


of Shelby. 


Ninth. 






San ford. 


ASH, from 309 Massachu- 


ALABAMA, from 


149 East 


ARCH, from Park ave. east 


setts ave. north to city lim- 


Washington south 


to 


Mc- 


to Plum, first north of St. 


its. 


Carty. 






Clair. 


86 Vine. 


Pearl, 






40 Broadway. 


72 Cherry. 


ai Maryland. 






ARCHER, from New York 


Christian ave. 


Louisiana. 






north to ClifTord ave., sec- 


Home ave. 


li)5 South. 






ond east of C, C. C. & I. 


Lincoln ave. 


Bane. 






Ry. 


Seventh. 


250 Duncan. 






Vermont. 


Eigh h. 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



87 



Ninth. 
Tenth. 
Twelfth. 
AT WOOD, from Sanders 
north to Morris, first west 
of Shelby, 
AUBURN AVE, from C. St. 
L. & P. R. R south to 
Prospect, fourth east of 
Reid. 
BALTIMORE AVE, from 
Hillside ave. north to 
Manchester, fourth east of 
Harrison ave. 
Blackmore. 
Harlan. 
Brinkman. 
Jennison. 
Belle. 
Rebecca. 
BANE, from Delaware east 
to New Jersey, first south 
of South. 
BARN HILL, from North 
north to Coe, sixth west of 
Blake. 
BATES, from 134 South No- 
ble east to Leota. 
Concordia. 
47 Benton. 
99 Pine. 
Dillon. 
Leota. 
BEACON, (W I), from 
Bloomington west, third 
north of Washington. 
Decatur. 
Pierce. 
King. 
Wright. 
BEATY, from 370 E. Mc- 
Carty, south to Buchanan, 
Second east of East. 
BEECH, from Hill ave. 
southeast to Ingram, thence 
northeast to Lawrence.first 
north of Eighth 
Ingram. 
Valley Drive. 
Gertrude ave. 
Langley ave. 
BEECHEi^, from Japan east. 
Singleton. 
Gray. 
Applegate. 
New. 
McRae. 
Wallaok. 
Gatling. 
Shelby. 
BEELER, from Hill ave. 
second north of Raymond, 
north to Seventh, first east 
of Columbia ave. 
Lincoln ave. 
BELL, from Michigan north 
to Campbell, between Ar- 
cher and Hanna. 
BELLE, from W. St. L. &P. 
Ry. east to Line ave., sixth 



north of Twelfth. 

Columbia ave. 

i\Iartindale ave. 

Harrison ave. 

Sangster ave. 

Manlove ave. 

Baltimore ave. 

Caroline ave. 

Hillside ave. 

Brouse ave. 
BELLEFONTAINE, from 
370 Massachusetts ave 
north to city limits. 

Cherry. 

Christian ave. 
178 Home ave. 

Irwin. 

Lincoln ave. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 

Tenth. 

Twelfth. 

Clyde. 

Bruce. 
BENTON, from 401 East 
Washington soutli to Har- 
rison. 
56 Maryland. 

Meek. 
99 Georgia. 

Bates. 

Louisiana. 

Lord. 
BICKING, from 408 South 
Delaware east to East, sec- 
ond south of McCarty. 

Davis. 
74 High. 

New Jersey. 
BIDDLE, from Pine east to 
C. C. C. & I. Ry.,first north 
of North. 
BIRD, from Ohio north to 
Vermont, between Illinois 
and Meridian. 

New York. 
BISMARK, from 439 Vir- 
ginia ave, west to Sullivan. 
BLACKFORD, from 346 
West Washington north to 
Indiana ave. 

Potomac. 

Market. 

Ohio. 

New York. 
206 Vermont. 
260 Michigan. 
308 North. 
BLAKE, from 438 West 
Washington north to Indi- 
ana ave. 

Market. 

Ohio. 
152 New York. 
206 Vermont. 
252 Michigan. 
310 North., 
378 Elizabeth. 
408 Rhode Island. 



BLOOMINGTON (W. L) 
from Washington north to 
river bank, first west of 
State. 

Springfield. 

Beacon. 
BLOYD AVE, from corner 
Hillside and Manlove aves. 
southeast to Rural, first 
north of Lawrence. 

Greenbriar Lane. 

Cooper. 

Paw Paw. 

Parker a-e. 

Line ave. 

HazeL 

Bod ley. 

Fountain. 

Gushing. 
BODLEY, from Bloyd ave. 
north, third west of Rural. 
BRADSHAW, from 531 Vir- 
ginia ave. west to Sullivan. 
74 McKernan. 
BRETT, from North West 
west, fifth north of First. 

Oregon. 
BRIGHT, from Ohio north 
to North, third west of 
West. 

New York. 
208 Vermont. 
266 Michigan. 
BRINKMAN, from W. St. 
L. & P. Ry, east to city 
limits, fourth north of 
Twelfth. 

Yandes. 

Columbia ave. 

Martindale ave. 

Harrison ave. 

Sangster ave. 

Manlove ave. 

Baltimore ave. 

Caroline ave. 

Hillside ave. 

Brouse ave. 

Line ave. 

wSutherland. 
BROADWAY, from St. Clair 
north to city limits, second 
east of East. 

Arch. 
84 Vine. 
110 Cherry. 
148 Christian ave. 
184 Butler. 
232 Home ave. 

Lincoln ave. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 

Tenth. 

Twelfth. 

Clyde. 

Bruce. 
BROOKS, from corner Pratt 
and First, north of Mcln- 
tyre. 

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Second. 

Brett. 
BKOOKSIDE AVE., from 
corner Archer and Clifi'ord 
ave. northeast to city lim- 
its. 

3 Omer. 
300 Orange ave. 

Orchard ave. 

Crown. 

Lilly. 

Valley Drive. 

Kural. 

Parker ave. 
BKOUSE AVE., from Brink- 
man north to Manchester, 
seventh east of Harrison 
ave. 

Jenison. 

Belle. 

Rebecca. 
BEOWN, from English ave. 
south to Geneva, first west 
of Auburn. 
BRUCE, from Central ave. 
east to Martindale ave., 
sixth north of Seventh. 

Park ave. 

Broadway. 

College ave. 

Ash. 

Bellefontaine. 

Greenwood. 

W. St. L. & P. Ry. 

Yandes. 

Columbia ave. 
BUCHANAN,from 508South 
East east to Virginia ave., 
second south of McCarty. 
36 Greer. 
87 Beaty. 
105 Sullivan. 

Wright. 

Holmes. 
213 McKernan. 
BUDD, from Ohio to Ver- 
mont, between Alabama 
and New Jersey. 
BUTLER, from Central ave. 
east to College ave., first 
north of Christian ave. 

Park ave. 

Broadway. 
CALIFORNIA, from 302 
West Washington north to 
Indiana ave., thence north- 
west to First. 

Potomac. 

Market. 

Wabash. 
156 New York. 
212 Vermont. 
260 Michigan. 

North. 

Indiana ave. 
418 St. Clair. 
572 Pratt. 
CALIFORNIA, from 299 
West Washington south to 
Georgia. 



Pearl. 

Maryland. 
CAMP, from St Clair north 
to Second, first west of Cal- 
ifornia. 
50 Pratt. 

First. 

Torbet. 
CAMPBELL, from C. C. C. & 
I. Ry. east to Hanna, first 
north of Michigan. 

Dorman. 

Archer. 
CANAL THE, see Missouri. 
CARLOS, from Ray south to 
city limits, second west of 
Tennessee. 

Wilkins. 

Morris. 

Wisconsin. 

Utah. 

Arizona. 
CAROLINE AVE, from 
Hillside ave. north to Man- 
chester, fifth east of Har- 
rison ave. 

Brinkman. 

Jenison. 

Belle. 

Rebecca. 
CARTER, from Hanna east 
to Randolph, second south 
of Michigan. 

Myla. 

Arsenal ave. 

State ave. 

Walcott. 
CATHARINE, from 356 
South Tennessee west to 
West, first south of Merrill. 

Ann. 

Mississippi. 

Missouri. 
CEDAR, from 430 Virginia 
ave. northeast to corner 
Harrison and Dillon. 

Hosbrook. 

Elm. 

Huron. 

Fletcher ave. 

English ave. 
CENTER, from Ellen, west 
to Douglass, first north of 
North. 
CENTRAL AVE, from ter- 
miuns of Ft. Wayne ave, 
north to city limits. 

Christian ave. 
52 Morrison. 

Butler. 
174 Home ave. 
237 Lincoln ave. 
278 Sixth. 
330 Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 

Tenth. 

Twelfth. 

Clyde. 

Bruce. 



1 CHADWICK, from McCarty 
I south to Ray, first east of 

West. 
I CHAPEL, from St.^ Clair 
north to First, first 'east of 
Meridian. 
CHATHAM, see Park ave. 
CHERRY, from Ft. Wayne 
ave. east to Massachusetts 
ave. 2nd north of St. Clair. 
26 East. 
50 Park ave. 
Broadwav. 
104 Plum. 
Oak. 
Ash. 

Bellefontaine. 
CHESAPEAKE, from 75 
South Meridian east to 
Delaware. 

Pennsylvania. 
CHESAPEAKE, from 75 
South Meridian west to 
Helen. 

Illinois 
Tennessee. 
Kentucky ave. 
Mississippi. 



Missouri. 

West. 

California. 
CHESTNUT, from 232 Mad- 
ison ave. south. 

Poplar. 

Ray. 

Wilkins, 

Morris. 

Hanway. 
CHRISTIAN AVE, from 35 
Central ave. east to W. St. 
L. & P Ry. 

Park ave. 
84 Broadway. 
151 Plum. 

College ave. 

Oak. 
202 Ash. 

256 Bellefontaine. 
286 Peru. 
CHURCH, from Ray south 
to Morris, first west of Ten- 
nessee. 

Wilkins. 
CINCINNATI, from Michi- 
gan north to Massachusetts 
ave., between Liberty and 
Noble. 

New York. 

Vermont. 

North. 
CIRCLE, crossing Meridian 

and Market. 
CLARK, from 171 Hillside 
ave. northeast to Valley 
Drive. 
CLIFFORD AVE., from cor- 
ner Massachusetts ave. and 
C. C. C. & I. Ry. east to city 
limits, 3d north of St. Clair 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



89 



COLUMBIA (W. I.), from 
Noble west to State, first 
north of Washington. 

Wallace. 
COLUMBIA, from Ohio 
North to Michigan, first! 
west of Missouri. 

Miami. 

New York. 

Vermont. 
COLUMBIA AVE., from 
Michigan north to Cliflford 
ave., first east of Woodruff 
Place. 

Monroe. 
COLUMBIA AVE., from 
137 Pendleton Pike north to 
city limits, third east of W. 
St. L & P. Ry. 

C. C. C. & I. Ry. 

Malott ave. 
26 Home ave. 
120 Lincoln ave. 

Sixth. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 

Tenth. 

Twelfth. ^ 

Clyde. ^ 

Bruce. 

Davidge. 

Brinkman. 

Jenison. 

Belle. 

Rebecca. 

Manchester. 
COMMERCE AVE., from 
Keystone ave. east to Rural, 
second north of Clifford 
ave. 

Eureka ave. 

Excelsior ave. 
CONCORDIA, from Mary- 
landsouth to Harrison, first 
east of Noble. 

Meek. 

Georgia. 

Bates. 

Louisiana, 

Lord. 
COOK, from Maryland south 
to Louisiana, between East 
and Liberty. 

Georgia. 
COOPER, from Fern way to 
Bioyd ave., first east of Paw 
Paw. 
CORA, from Howard west to 
the canal, between Fourth 
and Fifth. 
COTTRELL, from Georgia 
south to Louisiana, first 
West of Missouri. 
COURT, from Meridian east 
to Noble, between Washing- 
ton and Market. 

Pennsylvania. 

Delaware. 

Alabama. 



New Jersey. 

Clinton. 
East. 
Liberty. 
COURT, from Meridian west 
to Blackford, between' 
Washington and Market. ' 
Illinois. I 

Tennessee. j 

Mississippi. I 

C. LSt. L. SiC. R. R. 
Missouri. 

West. I 

California. 
CROWN, from Orchard ave. 
to Brookside ave., third 
west of Rural. 
CRUSE,from 500 East Wash- 
ington north to Market, 
third east of Noble. 
CUSHING. from Bloyd ave. 
north to Pruitt, first west 
of Rural. 
CYPRESS, from 275 Shelby 
east to city limits. 
Young. 
Olive. 
Hill. 
Linden. 
Arthur. 
Spruce. 
Draper. 
Reid. 

Pleasant ave. 
DAKOTA, from Shearer 
south to city limits, first 
west of West. 
25 Vinton. 
Thomas. 
.Jones. 
Morris. 
Wisconsin. 
Utah. 
Arizona. 
DARNELL, from Michigan 
Road west to Brooks, be- 
tween Second and Mavhew. 
DAVIDGE, from W. St. L. 
& P. Ry, east of Martin- 
dale ave., third north of 
Twelfth. 

Yandes. 
Columbia ave. 
DAVIDSON, from East 
Washington north to Peru 
ave., first east of Noble. 
Market. 
98 Ohio. 
154 New York. 
18-4 Vermont. 
250 Michigan. 
299 North. 
DAVIS, from Bicking south 
to Madison ave., first east 
of Delaware. 
DAVIS, from 477 Indiana 
ave. southwest to Wilson. 
Maxwell. 
DECATUR (W I), from 
Washington north to Bea- 



con, second west of State. 

Springfield. 
DELAWARE, from 100 East 
Washington north to city 
limits. 

Court. 
50 Market. 
80 Wabash. 
110 Ohio. 

Miami. 
147 New York. 
200 Vermont. 

Michigan. 
302 North. 
340 Walnut. 

Fort Wayne ave. 
404 St. Clair. 
434 Pratt. 
504 St. .Joseph. 

St. Mary. 
570 Morrison. 
675 Home ave. 
712 Lincoln ave. 
749 Sixth. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Exposition ave. 
DELAWARE, from 99 East 
Washington south to Mad- 
son ave. 
25 Pearl. 
45 Virginia ave. 

Maryland. 
96 Georgia. 

Louisiana. 

South. 

Bane. 

Duncan, 

Merrill. 

McCarty. 

Wyoming. 

Bicking. 
DELOSS, from Dillon east to 
Reid, first south of Harri- 
son. 

Olive. 

Leota. 

Linden. 

Spruce. 
DILLON, from near corner 
Washington and Michigan 
ave., south to Virginia ave. 

Michigan ave. 

Meek. 

Georgia. 

Bates. 

Louisiana. 

Lord. 

Harrison. 

Deloss. 

English ave. 

Spann ave. 

Fletcher ave. 

Hoyt ave. 

Huron. 

Lexington ave. 

Elm. 

Pleasant. 

Hosbrook. 

Elk. 



90 



INDIANAPOLIS CITY DIRECTORY. 



Wood lawn ave. 

Prospect. 
DORCAS (W. L), from Hen- 
rietta west, first south of 
Washington. 

Plum. 
DORMAN. from Michigan 
north to Clifford ave., first 
east of C. C. C. & I. Ry. 

Campbell. 
156 St. Clair. 

John. 

Madison. 
DOUGHERTY, from 540 
South East east to Virginia 
ave. first north of Coburu. 
133 Wright. 

197 McKernan. 
296 Short. 

DOUGLASS, from West Ohio 
north to Indiana ave., 
fourth west of West. 

New York. 
202 Vermont. 
258 Michigan. 

North. 
350 Center. 
Elizabeth. 
DOWNEY, from 505 Madi- 
son ave. east to Japan, sec- 
ond south of Morris. 
52 Kennington. 
86 Franklin. 
DRAKE, from North West 
west, fifth north of First. 
Oregon. 
DRAKE (W.I.) See Decatur. 
DRAPER, from Cypress 

south, first west of Reid. 
DUNCAN, from 252 South 
Delaware east to New Jer- 
sey. 

DUNLOP, from' 543 Madison 
ave. east to Japan, third 
south of Morris. 
40 Kennington. 
80 Franklin. 
EAST, from 250 East Wash- 
ington north to Cherry. 
Court. 
.50 Market. 
82 Wabash. 
98 Ohio. 
Miami. 
150 New York. 
Lockerbie. 

198 Vermont. 
250 Michigan. 

Massachusetts ave. 
310 North. 
356 Walnut. 
402 St. Clair. 
452 Gregg. 
EAST, from 249 East Wash- 
ington south to Morris. 

Pearl. 

Maryland. 
100 (ieorgia. 

Louisiana. 



Rockwood. 

Virginia ave. 
199 South. 

Valley. 
299 Merrill. 

Stevens. 
399 McCarty. 
475 Picking. 
506 Buchanan. 
540 Dougherty. 
578 Coburn. 
ECKERT, from 279 Ken 
tucky ave. south to Merrill 
EDDY, from 75 West South 
south to Norwood. 

Garden. 

Merrill. 
EIGHTH, from North Dela- 
ware east to Hillsdale ave 

Alabama. 

New Jersey. 

Central ave. 

Ruckle. 

Park ave. 

Broadway. 

College ave. 

Ash. 

Bellefontaine. 

Greenwood. 

W. St. L. & P. Ry. 

Alvord. 

Yandes. 

Columbia ave. 

Martindale ave. 

Newman. 

Sheldon. 
EIGHTH, from North Meri- 
dian west to city limits, 
first north of Seventh. 

Illinois. 

Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 

C. I. St. L. & C. Ry. 

Lenox. 

Mill. 

Michigan Road. 
ELDRIDGE, from Naomi 
south to Arlington ave., 
first east of Shelby. 
ELIZABETH, from Ellen 
west to city limits, second 
north of North. 

Douglass. 

Blake. 

Agnes. 

Locke. 

Patterson. 

Hiawatha. 

Maxwell. 

Wilson. 

Barnhill. 
ELK, from 622 Virginia ave. 

northeast to Dillon. 
ELLEN, from West North 
north to Indianaave., third] 
west of Blackford. 

Center. 

Elizal)eth. 
ELLSWORTH, from New 
York north to Vermont, 



first west of Mississippi. 
ELM, from Noble, southeast 
to Dillon, first south of 
Huron. 
97 Pine. 
175 Cedar. 

Grove. 
ENGLISH AVE, from 71 
Harrison southeast to Dil- 
lon, thence east to Irving- 
ton. 
11 Pine. 
100 Cedar. 

Dillon. 

Olive. 

Leota. 

Linden. 

Laurel. 

Reid. 

John. 

William, 
ERIE, from Pearl south, first 

east of Alabama. 
EUREKA AVE.,from Mich- 
igan north to Orchard ave., 
second west of Rural. 

Monroe. 

Greencastle. 

Clifford ave. 

Progress ave. 

Commerce ave. 

Pope ave. 

South Brookside ave. 
EVERETT (W. I.), from 
Bloomington west, second 
north of Washington. 

Decatur. 

Pierce. 

King. 

W^right. 
EVISON, from 251 Prospect 

south to Orange. 
EXCELSIOR AVE., from 
Michigan north to Orchard 
ave., first west of Rural. 

Monroe. 

Greencastle. 

Clifford ave. 

Progress ave. 

Commerce ave. 

Pope ave. 

South Brookside ave. 
EXPOSITION AVE., from 
Delaware east to Central 
ave., first north of Ninth. 

Alabama. 

New Jersev. 
FAYETTE, from North 
northwest to First, thence 
north to Fourth, first east 
of West. 

56 Walnut. 
192 St. Clair. 

Pratt. 

First. 
252 Second. 
300 Third. 
FEUNWAY, from Lawrence 
norsheast to corner Bloyd 
ave. and Fountain. 



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91 



Cooper. 

[^aw Paw. 

Hazel. 
FIFTH, from 710 North Me- 
ridian east to Delaware. 

Pennsylvania. 
FIFTH, from 730 North Me- 
ridian west to canal. 

Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 

C, I., St. L. & C. Ry. 

Howard. 

Mill. 
FIRST, from 528 North Me- 
ridian west to Indiana ave. 

Illinois. 

Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 

C, I., St. L.&C. Ry. 

Howard. 

The Canal. 

Fayette. 

West. 

California. 

Camp. 

Paca. 

Pratt. 

Brooks. 
FLETCHER AVE, from 
corner Noble and South 
southeast to Dillon, thence 
east to city limits. 
49 Pine.' 
98 Cedar. 
240 Dillon. 

Olive. 

Linden. 

Spruce. 

Reid. 
FORT WAYNE AVE., from 
300 North Pennsylvania 
northeast to Central ave. 

Walnut. 
88 St. Clair. 

Pratt. 
150 St. Joseph. 

Cherry. 
FOUNTAIN, from Lawrence 
north to Glen Drive,second 
west of Rural. 

Blovd ave. 

Bodley. 

Line ave. 
FOURTH, from 680 North 
Illinois west to Michigan 
Road. 

Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 

C. I. St. L. & C. Ry. 

Howard. 

Favette. 
FRANKLIN, from 2.39 East 
Morris south to Nebraska. 

Yeiser. 

Downey. 

Dunlop. 
GARDEN, from 250 South 
Meridian west to Missis- 



sippi. 



Illinois. 



76 Eddy. 
Tennessee. 
Willard. 
GARFIELD PLACE, from 
Lincoln ave. north to Sev- 
enth, between Bellefontaine 
and Peru. 
GATLINCj, from Iowa south 
to Raymond, first west to 
Shelbv. 
GEISENDORFF, from 402 
West Washington nortli to 
New York. 
Market. 
Ohio. 
GENEVA, from Brown east 
to Auburn, south of En- 
glish ave. 
GEORGIA, from 99 South 
Meridian east to Dillon. 
Pennsylvania. 
Delaware. 
Alabama. 
New Jer.sey. 
East. 
397 Cook. 
Liberty. 
Noble. 
373 Concordia. 
399 Benton. 
439 Pine. 
GEORGIA, from 100 South 
Meridian west to White 
river. 

Illinois. 
98 Tennessee. 

Kentucky ave. 
150 Mississippi. 

Osage. 
200 Missouri. 
Cottrell. 
West. 
California. 
Helen. 
GERTRUDE AVE., from 
corner Beach and Valley 
Drive, first northeast of 
Hillside ave. 
GLEN DRIVE, from corner 
Line ave. and Fountain 
east to Rural. 
GRAND, from Meridian east 
to Madison ave., first south 
of Palmer. 
GRANT, see Leota. 
GRANT, from 322 South 

West west to Rose. 
GRAY, from Iowa south to 
Raymond, second east of 
I Japan. 

Beecher. 
Sandford. 
GREENBRIER LANE 
I from Lawrence northeast 
to Hillside ave., first south 
of Hillside ave 
GREENCASTLE A V E., 
from Keystone ave., ea.st to 
j Rural, first South of Clif- 
ford ave. 



Eureka ave. 
E.xcelsior ave. 
GREENWOOD, from Sev- 
enth north to the city lim- 
its, first west W. St. L. & 
P. R. Ry. 
Eighth. 
Ninth. 
Tenth. 
Twelfth. 
Clyde. 
Bruce. 
GREER, from 44 Stevens 
south to Buchanan. 
McCarty. 
GREGG, from New Jersey 
east to Park ave., first north 
of St. Clair. 
East. 
GRESHAM, east from East 
Third, south of Belt R. R. 
GROVE, from 540 Virginia 
ave, northeast to corner of 
Dillon and Fletcher ave. 
Hosbrook. 
Elm. 
Huron. 
GUFFIN.from Seventh north 
to Eighth, between Belle- 
fontaine and Peru. 
HADLEY, from Agnes west 
to Patterson, first north of 
North. 
HADLEY AVE.(W.L),from 
Morris southwest to Belt R. 
R, first west of While river. 
HALL PLACE.from74 West 
Seventh north to West 
Ninth, one west of Illinois. 
HAMILTON AVE., from 
Michigan north to Clifford 
ave., second east of Wood- 
ruff' Place. 
Monroe. 
HANNA, from Washington 
north to Clifford ave., first 
east of Highland. 
Market. 
Ohio. 

New York. ' 

Vermont. 
Michigan. 
Cam|)bell. 
St. Clair. 
John. 
Madison. 
HANWAY, from 633 South 
Meridian east to Chestnut, 
first south of Morris. 
Locust. 
Union. 
HARMON, from 125 East 
South south to McCarty. 
Bane. 
Duncan. 
Merrill. 
HARRIS, from North north 
to Elizabeth, first west of 
Blake. 
HARRISON, from 176 South 



92 



INDIANAPOLIS CITY DIRECTORY. 



Noble east to city limits. 
Concordia. 
46 Benton. 
English ave. 
104 Pine. 
199 Dillon. 
Olive. 
Leota. 
Linden. 
Spruce. 
HARRISON AVE., from 
Twelfth north to Manches- 
ter, fourth east of W. St. L. 
& P. Ry. 

Blackmore. 
Harlan. 
Brinkman. 
Jenison. 
Belle. 
Rebecca. 
HARVEY, from Washing- 
ton north to New York, 
fourth east of Noble. 
Market. 
Ohio. 
HAZEL, from Valley Drive 
north to Fern way, first 
west of Fountain. 
HELEN, from 349 West 
Washington south to Lou 
isiana. 

Pearl. 
Maryland. 
Chesapeake. 
Georgia. 
HENDRICKS, from Nebras- 
ka south to Lincoln Lane, 
second east of Madison ave. 
HENRIETTA (W. L), from 
Washington south, first 
west of White river. 
Dorcas. 
HENRY, from 235 South 
Mississippi, west to Mis- 
souri. 
HERBERT, see Eleventh. 
HERMANN, from 447 East 

Ohio south to Market. 
HIAWATHA, from West 
Michigun north to Davis, 
fourth west of Blake. 
North. 
Elizabeth. 
Rhode Island. 
Margaret. 
HIGH, from 184 East Mc 
Carty south to Coburn. 
Wyoming. 
Bickiiig. 
HIGHLAND AVE., from 
Washington north to New 
York, fourth east of Noble. 
Market. 
Ohio. 
HIGHWATER, from (575 
West Vermont north to 
North. 

Michigan. 
HILL, from Cypress south 
second east of Shelliy. 



HILL, from 691 South Me- 
ridian east to Madison ave. 

Union. 

Chestnut. 

J. M. & I. R. R, 
HILL AVE., from corner 
Columbia and Home aves., 
northeast to Sixth. 
71 Beeler. 

Newman. 

Sheldon. 
HILLSIDE AVE., from cor- 
ner of Sixth and Hill ave., 
northeasterly to city limits. 

Seventh. 

Lndlow Lane. 

Ingram. 

Montana. 

Eighth. 

Beach. 

Ninth. 

Tenth. 

Twelfth. 

Bloyd ave. 

Long Branch. 

Baltimore ave. 

Caroline ave. 

Brinkman. 

Jenison. 

Belle. 

Rebecca. 

Manchester. 
HOLMES, from Bradshaw 
south to Virginia ave., first 
east of Sullivan. 
HOME AVE., from 632 
North Pennsylvania east to 
Columbia ave. 

Delaware. 

Alabama. 

New Jersey. 

Central ave. 

Park ave. 

Broadway. 

College ave. 

Ash, 

Bellefontaine. 

Peru. 

W. St. L. & P. Ry. 

Alvord. 

Ynndes. 
HOSBROOK, from Cedar 
southeast to Dillon, first 
north of Virginia ave. 
81 Grove. 

Elk. 
HOWARD, from First north 
to Seventh, first east of the 
canal. 

Second. 
102 Third. 

Smith. 

Fourth. 

Cora. 

Fifth. 

Sixth. 

Howland. 
HOYT AVE., from near cor- 
ner of (jrove and Dillon, 
east to city limits. 



Olive. 
Linden. 
Spruce. 
HUDSON, from East Ver- 
mont north to Ft. Wayne 
ave., between Delaware and 
Alabama. 

Michigan. 
North. 
Walnut. 
HUNTINGTON, see West 

Second. 
HURON, from 250 Virginia 
ave., east to Noble, south- 
east to Dillon. 
School. 
48 Noble. 
89 Pine. 
175 Cedar. 
256 Grove. 
ILLINOIS, from 48 West 
Washington north to city 
limits. 
52 Market. 
Wabash. 
Ohio. 

New York. 
204 Vermont. 
260 Michigan. 
North. 
Walnut. 
404 St. Clair. 
442 Pratt. 
502 St. Joseph. 

526 First. 
566 Second. 
630 Third. 
680 Fourth. 
730 Fifth. 
778 Sixth. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 

Tenth. 

Eleventh. 

Twelfth. 
ILLINOIS, from 49 West 
Washington south to city 
limits. 
26 Pearl. 
50 Maryland. 

Chesapeake. 
100 Georgia. 

Mobile. 

Louisiana. 

McNabb. 
200 South. 
250 Garden. 
300 Merrill. 
340 Norwood. 
396 McCarty. 
474 Ray. 

527 Wilkins. 
576 Morris. 

Kansas. 
Wisconsin. 
INDIANA AVE., from cor- 
ner of Ohio and Illinois 
northwest to city limits. 
.52 New York. 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



93 



100 Vermont. 
154 Michigan. 

North. 
252 California. 
Blackford. 
Ellen. 
Paca. 
Doufirlass. 
Blake. 
Leland. 
428 Athon. 
462 Locke. 

First. 1 

Davis. ] 

INGRAM, from Hillside ave.j 
northeast to Beech, third 
north of C. C. C. & I. Rv. 
IOWA, from J. M. & I. Ry. 
east to Shelby, third north 
of Raymond. 
Japan. 
Singleton. 
Gray. 
Applegate. 
New. 
McRae. 
Wallack. 
Gatling. 
IRWIN, from 156 College 
ave. east to W. St. L. & P. 
Ry., third north of Chris- 
tian ave. 
Ash. 

Bellefountaine. 
Peru. 
JAPAN, from near corner 
Morris and East south to 
city limits. 
Yeiser. 
Downey. 
Dunlop. 
Nebraska. 
Weghorst. 
Lincoln Lane. 
Minnesota. 
Iowa. 
Nevada. 
Beecher. 
Sanford. 
Raymond. 
JEFFERSON, from Reid 
east, first north of Prospect 
JEFFERSON AVE., from 
Michigan north to Clifford 
ave., third east of Wood- 
ruff Place. 
Monroe. 
JENNISON, from W. St. L. & 
P. Ry. east to Line ave 
fifth north of Twelfth. 
Yandes. 
Columbia ave. 
Martindale ave. 
Harrison ave. 
Sangster ave. 
Manlove ave. 
Baltimore ave. 
Caroline ave. 
Hillsdale ave. 
Brouse ave. 



JOHN, from Prospect north 
to Huron, first east of Reid. 
Jeflerson. 
JOHN, from corner Pine and 
Peru ave. east to llanna. 
C. C. C. & I. Ry. I 

76 Dorm an. 
128 Archer. 

Bell. 
174 Hanna. 
JONES, from South West 
west to White River, first 
north of Morris. 
76 Dakota. 
KANSAS, from 620 South 
Meridian west to Carlos. 
Illinois. 
Tennessee. 
KENNINGTON, from 168 
East Morris south to Lin- 
coln Lane. 
33 Yeiser. 

Downey. 
66 Dunlop. 
Nebraska. 
KENTUCKY AVE, from 
corner Illinois and Wash- 
ington southwest to city 
limits. 
54 Maryland. 
Georgia. 
Louisiana. 
South. 
Sharpe. 
Eckert. 
Merrill. 
Sand. 
KETCHAM, from east Mer- 
rill south to Sinker, first 
east of South Alabama, 
KEYSTONE AVE., from 
Michigan north to Soutl; 
Brookside ave., fifth east of 
Woodruff Place. 
Monroe. 
Greencastle. 
Clifford ave. 
Progress. 
Commerce ave. 
KING (W. I.), from Wash- 
ington north to Market, 
fourth west of State. 
Plum. 
Walnut. 
KINGAN, from 471 South 
W^est west to White river. 
KOERNER, from 345 South 
Delaware east to Harmon. 
KOLLER, from State ave 
east to Randolph,first north 
of Washington. 
LAFAYETTE, from Sixth 
north, first east of Howard. 
LAFAYETTE R. R., from 
Second north to Third, be- 
tween Howard and I. C. & 
L. R. R. 
LAUREL, from Prospect 
south to Cvpress, third east 
of Shelby.' 



109 Orange. 
140 Smithson. 

Willow. 
LAWRENCE, from corner 
Greenbrier Lane and Hill- 
side ave. southeast to C. C. 
C. & I. Ry. 

Gertrude. 

Fernway. 

Hazel. 

I^ountiiin. 
LEBON, north from Clifford 
ave. to South Brookside 
ave. 
LeGRAND AVE., from 
Shelby east to city limits, 
first North of Raymond. 

Colgrove. 
LELAND, from near corner 
of Indiana ave. and Blake 
northeast to Pratt. 
LENOX, from Seventh north" 
to Ninth, first west of C. I 
St. L. & C. Rv. 

Eighth. 
LEON, from Michigan north 
to North, between East and 
Liberty. 
LEOTA, from 126 Michigan 
ave. south to English ave. 

P. C. & St. L. Ry. 

Meek. 

Bates. 

C. I. St. L. c% C. Ry. 

Louisiana. 

Harrison. 

Del OSS. 
LEXINGTON AVE, from 
287 Dillon east to citv lim- 
its. 

Olive. 

Linden. 

Spruce. 

Reid. 
LIBERTY, from 300 East 
Washington north to Mass- 
achusetts ave. 

Court. 

Market. 
78 Wabash. 

Ohio. 

Miami. 
' New York. 

166 Lockerbie. 
213 Vermont. 
248 Michigan. 
296 North. 
LIBERTY, from 299 East 
Washington south toSouth. 

Maryland. 

Meek. 

Georgia. 

Bates. 

Louisiana. 

Rockwood. 
LILLY, from corner Brook 
side ave. and Crown east, 
first north of Orchard ave. 

Rural. 
LINCOLN AVE, from Del- 



94 



INDIANAPOLIS CITY DIRECTOKY. 



aware east to Newman 


44 Benton. 


fourth north of First. 


Pine. 


Alabama. 




LOUISIANA, from 149 


New .Jersey. 




South Meridian east to city 


Central ave. 




limits. 


Park ave. 




Pennsylvania. 


Broadway. 




Delaware. 


College ave. 




Alabama. 


270 Ash. 




152 New Jersey. 


Bellefontaine. 




249 East. 


Peru. 




Cook. 


W. St. & P. Ry. 




Liberty. 


Alvord. 




Noble. 


Yandes. 




Concordia. 


Columbia ave. 




Benton. 


Beeler. 




Pine. 


LINCOLN LANE, 


from 


Dillon. 


Madison ave east, 


fifth 


Leota. 


south of Morris. 




Linden. 


Kennington. 




LOUISIANA,from 150 South 


Hendricks. 




Meridian west to White 


Japan. 




River. 


LINDEN, from Louisiana 


Illinois. 


south to city limits, second 


Tennessee. 


east of Dillon. 




Mississippi. 


Harrison. 




McGill. 


Deloss. 




Missouri. 


English ave. 




Cottrell. 


Spann ave. 




West. 


Fletcher ave. 




LUDLOW LANE, from cor- 


Hoyt ave. 




ner Hill and Hillside aves. 


Lexington ave. 




northeast to Valley Drive. 


Pleasant. 




LYNN, from C. H. & I. R. R. 


Woodlawn ave. 




south to Bates, first east of 


Prospect. 




Leota. 


Orange. 




McCARTY, from 399 South 


Willow. 




Meridian east to Virginia 


Cypress. 




ave. 


LINE AVE., from Bloyd 


Locust. 


ave. north to Manchester, 


51 Union. 


eighth east of Harrison 


Mulberry. 


ave. 




Madison ave. 


Fountain ave. 




J. M. & I. R. R. 


Southerland. 




Delaware. 


Brinkman. 




Harmon. 


Jenison. 




Alabama. 


Belle. 




197 High. 


Rebecca. 




New Jersey. 


LOCKE, from 175 Elizabeth | 


251 East. 


north to Indiana ave. 




327 Greer. 


Rhode Island. 




Beaty. 


Margaret. 




412 Water. 


Maria. 




419 Sullivan. 


LOCKERBIE, from 


East 


McCARTY, from 400 South 


east to Noble, between New| 


Meridian west to White 


York and Vermont. 




river. 


50 Liherty. 




37 Illinois. 


LOCUST, from 23 East Mc- 


76 Maple. 


Carty south to city limits. 


99 Tennessee. 


Riiy. 




123 Ann. 


Wilkins. 




McGinnis. 


Morris. 




155 Mississippi. 


Han way. 




Meikel. 


Hill. 




199 Missouri. 


Palmer. 




233 Chad wick. 


LOGAN, from Raymond | 


247 West. 


north, first west of Jr 


pan , 


McG ILL, from 188 West Lou- 


LORD, from 164 South Noble| 


isiana south to South. I 


east to Dillon. 




McCJINNIS, from West Mc- 


24 Concordia. 


1 


Carty south to Ray, second 



west of Tennessee. 
Macauley. 
McINTIRE, from 750 North 
West west to Brooks. 
Oregon. 
McKERNAN, from 74 Brad- 
shaw south to Morris, fifth 
east of East. 
Buchanan. 
Dougherty. 
Coburn. 
McKIM AVE., from 729 East 
Washington south to Wil- 
liams, between Oriental 
and Arsenal ave. 
McNABB, from 184 South 

Meridian west to Illinois. 
McRAE, from Iowa south to 
Raymond, fifth west of 
Japan. 

Beecher. 
Sanford. 
MACAULEY, from 450 
South Tennessee west to 
Missouri, first south of Mc' 
Carty. 
Ann. 

McGinnis. 
Meikel. 
MADISON, from C. C. C. & 
I. Ry. east to Hanna, 
second north of St. Clair. 
Dorman. 
Archer. 
Hanna. 
MADISON AVE., from cor- 
ner Meridian and South 
southeast to Morris, thence 
south to city limits. 
Garden. 
Merrill. 
Union. 
Phipps. 
187 McCarty. 
Ray. 

Delaware. 
Wilkins. 
400 Boburn. 

Davis. 
425 Morris. 
Yeiser. 
Downey. 
Dunlop. 
Nebraska. 
Palmer. 
Lincoln Lane. 
J. M. & I. R. R. 
Minnesota. 
Iowa. 
Sanford. 
Raymond. 
MALOTT AVE., from cor- 
ner Christian ave. and W. 
St. L. & P. Ry. northeast to 
Columlna ave. 
Alvord. 
Yandes. 
MANCHESTER, from W. 
St. L. & P. Ry. east to 
Rural, 8 north of Twelfth 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



95 



Columbia ave. 

Martindale ave. 

Harrison ave. 

Sangster ave. 

Manlove ave. 

Baltimore ave. 

Caroline ave. 

Hillside ave. 

Brouse ave. 

Line ave. 
MANKEDICK, from Spruce 
east to Reid, first south of 
Orange. 
MANLOVE AVE., fiom 
Hillside ave. north to Man- 
chester, third east of Har- 
rison ave. 

Long Branch. 

Bl: ckmore. 

Harlan. 

Briukman. 

.Jenison. 

Belle. 

Kebecca. 
MAPLE, from 73 West Mc- 
Carty south to Morris, sec- 
ond west of Meridian. 
94 Ray. 
142 Wilkins. 
MARGARET, from Locke 
west to Hiawatha, first 
north of Rhode Island. 
MARIA, from Smith west to 
Locke, second north of 
Rhode Island. 
MARKET, from Circle west 
to White river, first north 
of Washington. 
50 Illinois. 
87 Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 
208 Missouri. 
254 West. 
306 California. 

Blackford. 

Geisendorff. 

Blake. 

MARKET, from Circle east 
to city limits, first north of 
Washington. 

Pennsylvania. 

Delaware. 

Alabama. 
190 New Jersey. 

East. 
300 Liberty. 
350 Noble. 

Spring. 
344 Railroad. 
396 Davidson. 
450 Pine. 

Hermann. 
592 Highland ave. 

Hanna. 

Arsenal ave. 

State ave. 
Randolph. 
MARTINDALE AVE., from 
Seventh north to city lim- 
its,lst east of Columbia ave. 



Eighth. 

Ninth. 

Tenth. 

Twelfth. 

Clyde. 

Bruce. 

Davidge. 

Brinkman. 

Jenison. 

Belle. 

Rebecca. 

Manchester. 
MARYLANDjfrom 49 South 
Meridian east to city limits. 

Pennsylvania. 
98 Delaware. 
158 Alabama. 

New Jersey. 

East. 

Cook. 

Liberty. 

Noble. 

Concordia. 
400 Benton. 

Pine. 

Dillon. 

Leota. 

Oriental. 

McKim ave. 

Arsenal ave. 

Summit. 

Reid. 
MARYLAND, from 50 South 
Meridian west to city lim 
its. 

Illinois. 

Tennessee. 
45 Kentucky ave. 
148 Mississippi. 
200 Missouri. 
249 West. 
300 California. 
339 Helen. 

White River. 

Henrietta (W I). 

MASSACHUSETTS AVE., 

from the corner of Ohio 

and Pennsvlvania north 

east to W. St. L. & P. Ry 

New York. 

Vermont. 

Michigan. 

North. 

Walnut. 

St Clair. 

Plum. 

Oak. 

Railroad. 

Ash. 

Bellefontaine. 

Peru. 
MAXWELL, from North 
north to Davis, fourth west 
of Blake. 

Elizabeth. 

Rhode Island. 

Coe. 
MA YHEW.from North West 
west, third north of First. 

Oregon. 



Camp. 
MECHANIC, from East 
South south to Garden, be- 
tween Meridian and Penn- 

MEEK, from 64 South Lib- 
erty east to Leota. 

Noble. 
70 Concordia. 
102 Benton. 
152 Pine. 

Dillon. 
MEIKEL, from McCarty 
south to Ray, first west of 
Mississippi. 

Ma can ley. 
MERIDIAN, from 2 West 
Washington north to city 
limits, dividing the city 
east and west. 

Court. 

Circle. 
94 Ohio. 
152 New York. 
210 Vermont. 
252 Michigan. 
304 North. 
350 Walnut. 
410 St. Clair. 

Pratt. 
500 St. Joseph. 
528 First. 
615 Second. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 
830 Ninth. 

Tenth. 

Twelfth. 
MERIDIAN, from 1 East 
Washington south to city 
limits, dividing the city 
east and west. 
25 Pearl. 
49 Maryland. 

Chesapeake. 
99 Georgia. 

Mobile. 
149 Louisiana. 
185 McNabb. 
199 South. 

Madison ave. 
249 Garden. 
299 Merrill. 
349 Phipps. 
399 McCarty. 
493 Ray. 
543 Wilkins. 
587 Morris. 
620 Kansas. 
633 Hanway. 
655 Wisconsin. 

Utah. 

Palmer. 

Arizona. 

Minnesota. 

Ravmond. 
MERRILL, from 300 South 
Meridian west to Kentucky 
ave. 

Illinois. 



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INDIANAPOLIS CITY DIRECTORY. 



Eddy. 

Tennessee. 

Willard. 

Mississippi. 

Missouri. 

West. 

Eckert. 

Kose. 

MERRILL, from 300 South 
Meridian east to Virginia 
ave. 

Madison ave. 

Pennsylvania. 

Delaware. 

Harmon. 
145 Alabama. 

New Jersey. 

East. 
MIAMI, from North Merid 
ian east to Noble, between 
Ohio and New York. 

Pennsylvania. 

Delaware. 

Alabama. 

New Jersey. 

Clinton. 

East. 

Liberty. 
MIAMI, from Tennessee west 
to West, between Ohio and 
New York. 

Mississippi. 

Missouri. 

Columbia. 
MICHIGAN.from 250 North 
Meridian west to the city 
limits. 

Illinois. 

Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 

Missouri. 
250 West. 

• California. 
208 Blackford. 
266 Bright. 

Douglass. 

Blake. 

Minerva. 

Agnes. 

Patterson. 

Hiawatha. 
• Highwater. 

White river. 
MICHIGAN, from 249 North 
Meridian east to city lim 
its. 
50 Pennsylvania. 

Susquehanna. 
100 Delaware. 

Alabama. 
194 New Jersey. 
250 East. 
300 Liberty. 

Cincinnati. 

Noble. 
380 Spring. 
388 Railroad. 
402 Davidson. 

Pine. 

C. C. C. &LRy. 



Dorman. 

Archer. 

Bell. 

Hanna. 

Myla. 

Arsenal ave. 

State ave. 

Walcott. 

Randolph 

Woodruff Place. 

Columbia ave. 

Hamilton ave. 

Jefferson ave. 

Ramsey ave. 

Keystone ave. 

Eureka ave. 

Excelsoir ave. 

Rural. 
MICHIGAN AVE., from 503 
East Washington southeast 
to city limits. 

Dillon. 

Leota. 

Oriental. 

McKim ave. 

Arsenal ave. 

Summit. 

State ave. 

Auburn. 

Woodside ave. 

English ave. 
MICHIGAN ROAD, from 
corner West and Sixth 
north to city limits. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 

Tenth. 

Twelfth. 
MILL, from Fifth north to 
Tenth, sixth west of Me- 
ridian. 

Sixth. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 
MINERVA, from New York 
north to North, first west 
of Blake. 

Vermont. 
140 Michigan. 
MINNESOTA, from 885 
South Meridian east to 
Shelby. 

J. M. &I. R. R. 

Madison ave. 

Japan. 

Gray. 

New. 

Wallick. 
MISSISSIPPI," from 152 
West Washington north to 
city limits. 

Potomac. 
54 Market. 

Wabash. 
118 Ohio. 

Miami. 
152 New York. 

Vermont. 



Allegheny. 
252 Michigan. 

North. 
364 Walnut. 

St. Clair. 
476 Pratt. 
526 First. 
576 Second. 

Third. 
670 Fourth. 

Fifth. 

Sixth. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 

Tenth. 

Eleventh. 

Twelfth. 
MISSISSIPPI,from 149 West 
Washington south to Eay. 

Pearl. 
42 Maryland. 
100 Georgia. 

Mobile. 

Louisiana. 

South. 

Henry. 
242 Garden. 

Merrill. 

Catherine. 

McCarty. 

Macauley. 

Ray. 

Wilkins. 
MISSOURI, from 200 West 
Washington North to First. 

Potomac. 

Market. 

Wabash. 
102 Ohio. 

Miami. 

New York. 

Vermont. 

Michigan. 

North. 

Walnut. 

St. Clair. 

Pratt. 
MISSOURI, from 193 West 
Washington south to Mor- 
ris. 

Pearl. 

Maryland. 

Chesapeake. 

Georgia. 

Louisiana. 
200 South. 

Henry. 

Sharpe. 

Garden. 
280 Merrill. 
320 Abbott. 
347 Catharine. 
399 McCartv. 
494 Ray. 

Wilkins. 
MOBILE, from 124 South 
Meridian west to Tennessee. 

Illinois. 
MONROE, from Woodruff 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



97 



Place to Keystone ave., be- 
treen Michigan and Clif- 
ford ave. 

Hamilton ave. 

Jefferson ave. 

Ramsey ave. 
MONTANA, from Sheldon 
east to Hillside ave., first 
north of Seventh. 
MORRIS, from 582 South 
Meridian east to Virginia 
ave. 
22 Locust. 

Union. 

Mulberry. 

Chestnut. 

J. M. & I. R. R. 

Madison ave. 

Kennington. 

Franklin. 

New Jersey. 
283 East. 

AVright. 

Atwood. 

Mc Kern an. 

Short. 
MORRIS, from 588 South 
Meridian west to city lim- 
its. 

Illinois. 
61 Maple. 

Tennessee. 

Church. 

Carlos. 
253 West. 
333 Dakota. 

White river. 

Hadley ave. 

I. & V. R. R. 
MORRISON, from 567 North 
Delaware east to Central 
ave. 

Alabama. 

New Jersey. 
MULBERRY, from 69 East 
McCartv south to Morris. 

Ray. 

Wilkins. 
MYLA, from Ohio north to 
Michigan, first east of 
Hanna. 

Carter. 
NAOMI, from Shelby east to 
city limits, first south of 
Cypress. 

Eldridge. 

St. Charles. 

Reid. 
NEBRASKA, from 581 Mad- 
ison ave. east to Japan, 
fourth south of Morris. 
31 Kennington. 

Hendricks. 
90 Franklin. 
NEVADA,from Hillside ave. 
west between Eighth and 
Ninth. 
NEVADA, from J. M. & I. R. 
R. east to Japan, first south 
of Iowa. 



NEW, from Minnesota south 
to Raymond, fourth east of 
Japan. 
Iowa. 
Beecher. 
Sanford. 
NEW JERSEY, from 200 
East Washington, north to 
city limits. 
Court. 
48 Market. 
76 Wabash. 
96 Ohio. 
Miami. 
150 New York. 
191 Vermont. 

247 Michigan. 
300 North. 
352 Walnut. 
400 St. Clair. 

Gregg. 
489 Fort Wayne ave. 

St. Joseph. 

St. Mary. 
600 Morrison. 

Home ave. 

Sixth. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 
NEW JERSEY, from 199 
East Washington south to 
Morris. 
24 Pearl. 

Maryland. 

Georgia. 
149 Louisiana. 
199 South. 

Bane. 

Duncan. 
295 Merrill. 
348 Sinker. 

McCarty. 

Bicking. 
NEW YORK, from 149 
North Meridian east to 
city limits. 

Pennsylvania. 
98 Delaware. 

Hudson. 

248 Alabama. 
Budd. 

New Jersey, 
Clinton. 
East. 

299 Liberty. 
350 Noble. 
372 Spring. 
384 Railroad. 

Davidson.* 

Pine. 

C. C. C. & I. Ry. 

Highland ave. 

Archer. 

Hanna. 

Myla. 

Arsenal ave. 
NEW YORK, from 150 
North Meridian west to city 
limits. 



54 Illinois. 
102 Tennessee. 

Mississippi 
174 Ellsworth. 
212 Missouri. 

Columbia. 
254 West. 
296 California. 
352 Blackford. 
384 Bright. 
414 Douglass. 
432 Blake. 
472 Minerva. 

Agnes. 
NEWMAN, from Pendleton 
Pike north to Ninth, fourth 
east of W. St. L. & P. Ry. 

C. C. C. & I. Ry. 
114 Hill ave. 

Lincoln ave. 
118 Seventh. 

Eighth. 
NINTH, from North Merid- 
ian east to Hillside ave., 
second north of Seventh. 

Pennsylvania. 

Delaware. 

Alabama. 

New Jersey. 

Central ave. 

Ruckle. 

Park ave. 

Broadway. 

College ave. 

Ash. 

Bellefontaine. 

Greenwood. 

W. St. L. & P. Ry. 

Alvord. 

Yandes. 

Columbia ave. 

Martindale ave. 

Newman. 

Sheldon. 
NINTH, from North Merid- 
ian west to city limits, sec- 
ond north of Seventh. 

Illinois. 

Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 

C. I. St. L. & C. Ry. 

Lenox. 

Mill. 

Michigan road. 
NOBLE, from 351 East 
Washington south to Vir- 
ginia ave. 

Maryland. 

Meek. 

Georgia. 

Bates. 

Louisiana. 

Lord. 

Harrison. 

South. 

Fletcher ave. 

Huron. 

Elm. 
NOBLE, from 350 East 
Washington north to cor- 



98 



INl>IANAPOLIS CITY DIRECTORY, 



ner Massachusetts ave. and 
St; Clair. 
50 Market. 

Wabash. 
100 Ohio. 
128 Miami. 
150 New York. 
178 Lockerbie. 
216 Vermont. 
250 Michigan. 
306 North. 
389 St. Clair. 
NOBLE ( W. I.), from Wash- 
ington north to White 
Eiver, third west of White 
Eiver. 

Columbia. 
NORTH, from 297 North 
4 Meridian east to Pine. 

Pennylvania. 

Ft. Wayne ave. 

Susquehanna. 

Delaware. 

Hudson. 

Alabama. 

Tremont. 

New Jersey. 

Massachusetts ave. 

East. 

Leon. 
300 Liberty. 
318 Cincinnati. 

Noble. 
426 Spring. 
434 Railroad. 

Peru ave. 
452 Davidson. 
NORTH, from 300 North 
Meridian west to city lim- 
its. 

Illinois. 

Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 

Wood. 

Missouri. 

Fayette. 
204 West. 

California. 
356 Blackford. 

Ellen. 
400 Bright. 
428 Douglass. 
^ Blake. 

Minerva. 
540 Agnes. 

Patterson. 

Hiawatha. 

Maxwell. 

Highwater. 

Wilson. 

Barnhill. 
NORWOOD, from 48 Russell 
ave. west to Tennessee, first 
south of Merrill. 

Illinois. 

Tennessee. 
OAK, from Massachusetts 
ave. north to Christian ave., 
fourth east of East. 
65 Vine. 



96 Cherry. i 

OHIO, from 94 North ^.e- 

ridian west to city limits. 

Illinois. 
92 Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 
196 Missouri. 

Columbia. 
248 West. 

Blackford. 

Geisendorf}'. 

Douglass. 

Blake. 
OHIO, from 99 North Me- 
ridian east to city limits. 

Pennsylvania. 

Delaware. 

Alabama. 

New Jersey. 

Clinton. 
250 East. 
298 Liberty. 
350 Noble. 

Spring. 

Railroad. 
396 Davidson. 

Pine. 

Hermann. 

Highland ave. 

Hanna. 

My la. 

Arsenal ave. 
OLIVE, from Harrison south 
to city limits, first east of 
Dillon. 

Deloss. 

English ave. 

Spann ave. 

Fletcher ave. 

Hoyt ave. 

Lexington ave. 

Pleasant. 

Woodlawn ave. 

Prospect. 

Orange. 

Willow. 

Cypress. 

OMER, from Brookside ave 

east, first n. of Clifford av. 

ORANGE, from Shelby east 

to city limits, first south of 

Prospect. 

Olive. 

Linden. 

Laurel. 

Spruce. 

Evison. 

Reid. 
ORANGE AVE.,from corner 
Hillside ave. and Ludlow 
Lane southeast to Brook- 
side ave., thence east to 
Keystone ave. 

Pendleton Pike. 
300 Brookside ave. 

South Brookside ave. 

Windsor. 
ORCHARD, first west of 
Nicholas from Howland 
north. i 



ORCHARD AVE., from 
Brookside ave. northeast to 
Rural, first south of Brook- 
side ave. 

Crown. 

Eurka ave. 

Excelsior ave. 
OREGON, from Darnell 
north to Mclntyre, first 
west of West. 

Mayhew. 

Drake. 
ORIENTAL, from 693 East 
Washington south to Mich- 
igan ave., second west of 
Arsenal ave. 
33 Williams. 
OSCAR, east from Shelby 

first south of Arlington. 
OXFORD, from Pine east to 
C. C.C. & I. Ry., first north 
of St. Clair. 
PACA, from corner Indiana 
ave and St. Clair north to 
First. 

Pratt. 
PALMER, from 835 South 
Meridian east to Madison 
ave. 

Locust. 

Union. 

J. M. & I. R. R. 
PARK AVE., from Massa- 
chusetts av*. north to city 
limits, first east of East. 
24 Arch. 

Gregg. 

Vine. 

Cherry. 
159 Christian ave. 
210 Butler. 
248 Home ave. 
336 Lincoln ave. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 

Tenth. 

Twelfth. 

Clyde. 

Bruce. 
PARKER AVE., from Clif- 
ford ave. north, second east 
of Rural. 

Progress ave. 

Pope ave. 
PATTERSON, from Ver- 
mont north to Elizabeth, 
third west of Blake. 
106 Michigan. 
162 North. 
PAW PAW, from Fernway 
to Bloyd ave., second west 
of Line ave. 
PEARL, from 24 South Me- 
ridian east to East. 

Pennsylvania.' 

Delaware. 

Alabama. 

Erie. 

New Jersey. 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



99 



PEARL, from 25 South Me- 
ridian west to White river. 

Illinois. 

Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 

Missouri. 

West. 

California. 

Helen. 
PENDLETON AVE, from 
corner C. C. C. & I. Ey. and 
Clifford ave. northeast to 
city limits. 
137 Columbia ave. 

Beeler. 

Newman. 
355 Orange. 

Crown. 

Eureka. 

Excelsior ave. 

Rural. 

Parker ave. 
PENNSYLVANIA, from 49 
East Washington south to 
Madison ave. 

Pearl. 
49 Maryland. 

Chesapeake. 
93 Georgia. 
146 Louisiana. 

South. 

Duncan. 
287 Merrill. 
PENNSYLVANIA, from 50 
East Washington north to 
city limits. 

Court. 

Market. 

Wabash. 

Ohio. 
149 New York. 
199 Vermont. 
258 Michigan. 
298 North. 
351 Walnut. 
402 St. Clair. 
442 Pratt. 
498 St. Joseph. 
570 St. Marv. 
612 Second. 
632 Home ave. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 

Tenth. 

Twelfth. 
PERU, from corner Massa- 
chusetts' ave. and Cherry 
north to Seventh, first east 
of Bellefoiitaiue. 

Christian ave. 

Home ave. i 

Irwin. ' I 

Lincoln ave. 
PERU AVE., from corner of | 
Railroad and North, easti 
to Massachusetts ave. 

St. Clair. 

John. 

Cross. 



PHIPPS, from 349 South 
Meridian east to Delaware. 

Union. 

Pennsylvania. 

J. M. & I. R. R. 
PIERCE (W.I.), from Wash- 
ington north to Market, 
third west of State. 

Plum. 

Walnut. 
PINE, from 500 East Wash- 
ington north to Massachu- 
setts ave. 

Market, 
112 Ohio. 
150 New York. 
204 Vermont. 
254 Michigan. 
304 North. 

St. Clair. 
PINE, from 501 East Wash 
ington south to Harrison, 
thence southwest to 346 
Virginia ave. 

Maryland. 

Meek. 

Georgia. 

Bates. 

Louisiana. 
191 Lord. 

Harrison. 

English ave. 

Fletcher ave. 

Huron. 

Elm. 
PLEASANT, from Dillon 
east to Reid, second north 
of Prospect.- 

Olive. 

Linden. 

Spruce. 
PLEASANT AVE., from 
Prospect south to city 
limits, third east of State 
ave. 

Sycamore. 

Cypress. 
PLUM, from Massachusetts 
ave. north to Christian 
ave., third east of East. 

.\rch. 
82 Vine. 
104 Cherrv 
PLUM (W."I.), see Spring- 
field. 
PLUM ALLEY (W.L),from 
Washington south, second 
west of White. 

Dorcas. 
POPE AVE, from Keystone 
ave. east to Lancaster ave., 
third north of Clifford ave. 

Eureka ave. 

E.^celsior ave. 

Rural. 

Brookland ave. 

Parker ave. 

Oakland ave. 

Waverly ave. 

Lebanon. 



Lancaster. 
POPLAR, from Union east 
to Chestnut, second south 
of McCarty. 

Mulberry. 
POTOMAC, see Court. 
PRATT, from 455 North 
Meridian east to Ft. Wayne 
ave. 

Pennsylvania. 

Delaware. 
PRATT, from North Me- 
ridian west to Paca and 
northwest to First, third 
north of North. 

Illinois. 

Tennessee. 

Roanoke. 

Mississippi. * 

C. I. St. L. & C. Ry, 

Missouri. 

Fayette. 

West. 

California. 

Camp. 

Paca. 

Leland. 
PROGRESS AVE., front 
Keystone ave. east to Lan- 
caster ave., first north"of 
Clifford ave. 

Eureka ave. 

Excelsior ave. 

Rural. 

Brookland ave. 

Parker ave. 

Lancaster ave. 
PROSPECT, from corner 
Virginia ave. and Dillon 
east to city limits. 
47 Olive. 
130 Linden. 

Laurel. 
255 Spruce. 

Evison. 
295 State ave. 

John. 

Quince. 

William. 

Pleasant ave. 

Brown. 

Auburn. 
PRUITT, from Glen Drwe 
east to Rural, first south 
of Glen Drive. 

Cushing. 
QUINCE, from Prospect 
south, second east of State 
ave. 
RACE, first west of North 
West from Brett north to 
Mclntire. 
RAILROAD, from 344 East 
Washington north to St. 
Clair. 

Market. 

Ohio. 

New York. 

Vermont. 

Michigan. 



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INDIANAPOLIS CITY DIRECTORY. 



North. 
KAMSEY AVE., from Mich- 
igan north to Clifford avc, 
fourth east of Woodruff 
Place. 

Monroe. 
RANDOLPH, from 900 East 
Washington north to Mich 
igan. 

Carter. 
Sturm ave. 
RANSDELL, from Raymond 
north to J. M. & I. R. R. 
second east of Madison ave 
RATHBONE, from Smith 
west, fourth north of Eliz- 
abeth. 
RAY, from 493 South Merid- 
ian east to Madison ave. 
Locust. 
Union. 
77 Mulberry. 
Chestnut. 
RA.Y, from 492 South Merid- 
i m west to West. 
Illinois. 
Maple. 
Tennessee. 
Ann. 
Church. 
McGinnis. 
Meikel. 
Carlos. 
Missouri. 
Chadwick. 
RAY (W. I.), see Blooming- 

ington. 
RAYMOND, from South Me- 
ridian east to city limits, 
forming southern corpora 
tion line. 

Madison ave. 
Webb. 
Ransdell. 
J. M. & I. R. R. O^ 
Logan. g^ 

Japan. 

Singleton. ^ 

Gray. ^ 

Applegate. "t«o 

New. 5 

McRae. § 

W^allack. ^^ 

Gatling. C^ 

Shelby. 
REBECCA, from L P. & C. 
Ry. east to Line ave., sev- 
enth north to Twelfth. 
Columbia ave. 
Martindale ave. 
Harrison ave. 
Sangster ave. 
Manlove ave. 
Baltimore ave. 
Caroline ave. 
Hillside ave. 
Brouse ave. 
REID, see State ave. 
RHODE ISLAND, from 408 
Blake west to Hiawatha. 



Athon. 

Smith. 

Locke. 

RIVER, from 293 Kentucky 

ave. west to White river 

ROANOKE, from Walnut 

north to First, between 

Mississippi and Tennessee. 

St. Cluir. 

Pratt. 
ROCK WOOD, from 163 
South East east to Liberty. 
ROE, from 362 South West 

west to White river. 
ROHAMPTON,see Bellefon- 

taine. 
ROOT, from 433 South West 

to White river. 
ROSE, from West Merrill 
south to Roe, first west of 
W^est. 
RUCKLE, from East Eighth 
north to Twelfth, first east 
of Central ave. 

Ninth. 

Tenth. 
RURAL, from Michigan 
north to Brinkham, elev- 
enth east of State ave. 

Clifford ave. 

Progress ave. 

Commerce ave. 

Pope ave. 

South Brookside ave 

Orchard ave. 

Lilly. 

Urbana. 

Brookside ave. 

Pendleton Pike. 

C. C. C. & I. Ry. 

Lawrence. 

Bloyd ave. 

Parker ave. 

Division. 

Glen Drive. 
RUSSELL AVE., from 300 
South Illinois (corner 
Merrill), southeast to Mc- 
Carty. 
61 Norwood. 
ST. CHARLES, from Naomi 
south to Arlington ave., 
third east of Shelby. 

Beecher. 
ST. CLAIR, from 409 North 
Meridian east to Hanna. 

Pennsylvania. 

Delaware. 

Ft. Wayne ave. 

Alabama. 

New Jersey. 

East. 

Park ave. 
300 Broadway. 

Plum. 

Massachusetts ave. 
424 Railroad. 
465 Peru ave. 

Madison. 
553 Pine. 



C. C. C. & I. Ry. 
Dorman. 
Archer. 
ST. CLAIR, from 410 North 
Meridian west to Indiana 
ave. 

Superior. 
Illinois. 
Tennessee. 
Mississippi. 
Missouri. 
Fayette. 
West. 
270 California. 
Camp. 
Paca. 
ST. JOSEPH, from North 
Meridian west to Illinois, 
fourth north of North. 
ST. JOSEPH,from 497 North 
Meridian east to Fort 
Wayne ave. 

Pennsylvania. 
98 Delaware. 
140 Alabama. 
ST. MARY, from North Me- 
ridian east to Fort Wayne 
ave., fifth north of North. 
Pennsylvania. 
Delaware. 
150 Alabama. 
New Jersey. 
SAND, from Kentucky ave. 
southeast to MeCarty, first 
south of Merrill. 
SANDERS, from 63 Shelby 
west to Wright. 
Atwood. 
SANFORD, from Jupan east 
to Shelby, first north of 
Raymond. 
Singleton. 
Gray. 
Applegate. 
New. 
McRae. 
W^allack. 
Gatling. 
SANGSTER AVE., from 
Twelfth north to Manches- 
ter, second east of Harrison 
ave. 

Blackmore. 
Harlan. 
Brinkman. 
Jenison. 
Belle. 
Rebecca. 
SCHEARER, from 508 
South West west to White 
river. ; 

Dakota. 
SCHOFIELD AVP]., from 
Twelfth north to Manches- 
ter, first east of Harrison 
ave. 

Blackmore. 
Harlan. 
Brinkman. 
Jenison. 



STEEETS AND AVENUES. 



101 



Belle. 

Rebecca. 
SCHOOL, ' from 329 East 

South south to Huron. 
SECOND, from 570 North 
Meridian west to Brooks. 

Illinois. 

Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 

C. I. St. L. & C. Ev. 
218 Howard. 

Favette. 

West. 

Camp. 
SEVENTH, from North Me- 
ridian east to Hillside ave., 
seventeenth north of Wash- 
ington. 

Pennsylvania. 

Delaware. 

Alabama. 

New Jersey. 

Central ave. 

Park ave. 

Broadway. 

College ave. 

Oak. 

Ash. 

Bellfontaine. 

Peru. 

W. St. L. & P. Ey. 

Alvord. 

Yandes. 

Columbia ave. 

Marlindale ave. 

Newman. 

Sheldon. 
SEVENTH, from North Me- 
ridian west to city limits, 
seventh north of First. 

Illinois. 

Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 

C. I. St. L. & C. Ry. 

Lenox. 

Howard. 

Mill. 
SHARPE, from 24.3 South 
West, west to Kentucky 
ave. 
SHARPE AVE., from Eng- 
lish ave. north to P. C. & 
St. L. R. R., first east of 
Auburn. 
SHARPE AVE., from Arse- 
•nal ave. east to State ave., 
first south of Michigan. 
SHELBY, from corner, of 
Virginia ave. and Prospect 
south to city limits. 

Sanders. 

Orange. 

Willow. 

Cy press. 

Minnesota. 

Iowa. 

Naomi. 

Beecher. 

Oscar. 

Arlington ave. 



LeGrand ave. 

Raymond. 

SHELDON, from C. C. C. & 

I. Ry, north to Ninth, fifth 

east of W. St. L. & P. Ry. 

Hill ave. 

Sixth. 

Seventh. 

Montana. 

Eighth. 
SHORT, from 269 Dougherty 
south to Morris, first west 
of Virginia ave. 

Coburn. 
SIEBERT, from Cypress,first 

east of Olive. 
SINGLETON, from Iowa 
south to Raymond, first 
east of Japan. 

Minnesota. 

Iowa. 

Beecher. 

Sanford. 
SINKER, from 360 South 
Alabama east to New Jer- 
sey. 
SIXTH, from W. St. L. & P. 
Ry. east to Hillside ave., 
first north of Lincoln ave, 

Alvord. 

Yandes. 

Columbia ave. 

Beeler. 

Newman. 

Sheldon. 
SIXTH, from 778 North Illi- 
nois west to the canal. 

Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 

C. I. St. L. & C. Ry. 

Howard. 

Hill. 
SMITH, from North Illinois 
west to the canal, between 
Third and Fourth. 

Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 

C. I. St. L. & C. Ry. 

Howard. 
SMITH, from 39 Rhode 
Island north to Indiana 
ave. 

Maria. 

Rath bone. 
SMITHSON, from Laurel 
east to Spruce, first south 
of Orange. 
SOUTH, from 200 South Me- 
ridian west to Kentucky 
ave. 

Illinois. 
75 Eddy. 
100 Tennessee. 

Willard. 
149 Mississippi. 

McGill._ 
195 Missouri. 
249 West. 
SOUTH, from 199 South Me- 
ridian east to Noble. 



49 Pennsylvania. 
99 Delaware. 
153 Alabama. 
199 New Jersey. 
249 East. 
309 School. 
SOUTH tROOKSIDE AVE. 
from corner Orange ave. 
and Windsor northeast to 
Lancaster. 

Keystone ave. 

Eureka ave. 

Excelsior ave. 

Rural. 

Brookland ave. 

Parker ave. 
SUTHERLAND, from cor- 
ner Fountain and Line ave, 
northeast to corner of Ru- 
ral and Brinkraan. 
SPANN AVE., from near 
corner English ave. and 
Dillon east to city limits. 

Olive. 

Linden. 

Spruce. 
SPICE LANE, from Glen 
Drive north to Sntheiland, 
first west of Rural. 
SPRING, from Market north, 
to St. Clair, first ea.st of 
Noble. 
150 Ohio. 

New York. 

Vermont. 

Michigan. 

North. 
SPRINGFIELD (V>M ),from 
State Wfst, first north oi 
Washington. 

Ray. 

Bloomingtou. 

DeL-atur. 

Drake. 

Pierce. 

King. 

Wright. 
SPRUCE, from C. I. St. L & 
C. Ry. south to Cypress, 
third east of Dillon. 

Del OSS. 

English ave. 

Spann ave. 

Fletcher ave. 

Hoyt ave. 

Lexington ave. 

Pleasant. 

Wood lawn ave. 

Prospect. 

Orange. 

Mankedick. 

Smithson. 

Willow. 

Cypress. 
STATE AVE, from 826 East 
Washington north to Clif- 
ford ave. 

Market. 

Ohio. 

New York. 



102 



INDIANAPOLIS CITY DIRECTORY. 



Carter. 

Vermont. 

Sharp ave. 

Sturm ave. • 

Michigan. 
STATE AVE. (or Keid), 
from 826 East Washington 
south to the city limits. 

William. 

P. C. & St. L. E. E. 

Michigan ave. 

Deloss. 

English ave. 

Spann ave. 

Fletcher ave. 

Hoyt ave. 

Lexington ave. 

Pleasant. 

Jefi'erson. 

Woodlawn ave. 

Prospect. 

Orange. 

Mankedick. 

Sycamore. 

Willow. 

Cypress. 

Naomi. 

Beecher. 

Arlington ave. 

Le'^rand. 
STATE (W. I.), from Wash- 
ington north to White 
river, second west of Noble. 

Plum. 
STEVENS, from 328 South 
East, east to Virginia ave. 

91 Water. 
STEVENS PLACE, from 227 
South New Jersey east to 
East. 
STILZ, from McKernan east, 

first south of Morris. 
STUEM AVE,, from State 
ave., east to Eandolph, first 
south of Michigan. 

Walcott. 
SULLIVAN, from 419 East 
McCarty south to Buch- 
anan. 

Bismarck. 

Bradshaw. 
SUMMIT, from 817 East 
Washington south to Mich 
igan ave. 

Williams. 
SUMNEE, from Howard 
west to iSlill, first north of 
Sixth. 
SUPEEIOE, from North 
north to Sei^oud, first west 
of Meridian. 

Walnut. 

St. Clair. 

Pratt. 

St. Joseph. 

First. 
SUSQUEHANNA, from 
New York north to North, 
between Pennsylvania and 
Delaware. 



SYCAMOEE, from State 
ave., east to Pleasant ave., 
first south of Orange. 
Sylvan. 
SYLVAN, from Sycamore 
south, first west of Pleasant 
ave. I 

TALBOTT AVE., from Sev- 
enth to Exposition grounds,! 
first east of Pennsylvania. I 
TECUMSEH, from Clifi'ord 
ave. north to Orange ave. 
second westof Jefferson ave. 
TENNESSEE, from 100 West 
Washington North to city] 
limits. 

Market. 
78 Wabash. 
114 Ohio. 
Miami. 
New York. 
Vermont. 
Allegheny. 
256 Michigan. 
308 North. 
350 Walnut. 
410 St. Clair. 
454 Pratt. 
528 First. 
Second. 
Third. 
696 Fourth. 
726 Fifth. 
776 Sixth. 
Seventh. 
Eighth. 
Ninth. 
Tenth. 
Twelfth. 
TENNESSEE, from 99 West 
Washington south to city 
limits. 

Pearl. 
48 Maryland. 
1 Chesapeake. 

! 100 Georgia. 
I Mobile. 

I 150 Louisiana. 

174 South. 
1 250 Garden. 
1 300 Merrill. 

Catharine. 
i 356 Norwood. 
i 400 McCartv. 
I 505 Bay. ' ; 

i 563 Wilkins ! 

575 Morris. 
Kansas. 
Wisconsin. 
! Utah. I 

1 Arizona. \ 

I TENTH, from Central ave.j 
I east to Hillside ave., third 
I north of Seventh. ! 

i Euckle. I 

Park ave. I 

1 Broadway. 

i College ave. 

I Ash. 

' Bellefontaine. 



, Greenwood. 

W. St. L. & P. Ey. 

Alvord. 

Yandes. 

Columbia ave. 

Martindale ave. 
TENTH, from North Merid- 
ian west to the city limits, 
third north of Seventh. 

Illinois. 

Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 

C. I. St. L. & C. Ev. 

Mill. 

Michigan road. 
THE CANAL, from corner 
St. Clair and Missouri, 
northwest to citv limits. 

Pratt. 

First. 

Second. 

Third. 

Fourth. 

Fifth. 

Sixth. 

Seventh. 
THIED,from 6;!0 North Illi- 
nois west to West. 

Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 
246 C. I. St. L. & C. Ey. 

Howard. 

Favette. 
THOMAS, from 550 South 
West west to White river. 

Dakota. 
TINKEE, see Seventh. 
TOEBET, from 512 North 
West west to city limits be- 
tween First and Second. 

Camp. 

Brooks. 
TEEMONT, from Michigan 
north to Walnut, between 
NewJersevand Alabama. 
twelfth; from north Me- 
ridian east to Hillside ave., 
fourth north of Seventh. 

Pensylvania. 

Delaware. 

Central ave. 

Euckle. 

Park ave. 

Broadway. 

College ave. 
• Ash. 

Bellefontaine. 

Greenwood. 

W. St. L. & P. Ey. 

Alvord. 

Yandes. 

Columbia ave. 

Martindale ave. 

Harrison ave. 

Schofield ave. 

Sangster ave. 
twelfth, from North Me- 
ridian west to Michigan 
road, fourth north of Sev- 
enth. 



strp:ets and axksves. 



1U3 



Illinois. 

Tennessee. 

Mississippi. ' | 

UNION,from corner of Mad-j 
ison ave. and Merrill south! 
to city limits. 
44 Piiipps. 

McCartv. . I 

■201 Eav. 

•22§ Wilkins. i 

272 Morris. ' * . 
300 Han way. ! 

Palmer. j 

URBANA, from Naomi south 
to Arlington ave., second 
east of Shelby. 
UTAH, from South Tennes- 
see west to Dakota, third 
south of Morris. 

Illinois. 

Tennessee. 

Carlos. 

West. 
VALLEY, from 279 South 
East east, between South 
and Merrill. | 

VALLEY DRIVE, from cor-l 
ner Beach and Gertrudei 
ave. east to Broodside ave., 
second south of Lawrence. I 

Clarke. 

Ludlow Lane. 

Hazel. 

South Brookside ave. 
VERMONT, from 199 North 
Meridian east to Hanna. 

50 Pennsvlvanis. 
100 Delaware. 
146 Alabama. 
200 New .Jersey. 
250 East. 

Liberty. 

Noble. 

Spring. 
432 Railroad. 

Davidson. 

Pine. 

C. C. C. & I. Ry. 

Archer. 

Hanna. 

My la. 
VERMONT, from 200 North 
Meridian west to city lim- 
its. * 
50 Illinois. 

104 Tennessee. 

105 Mississippi. 
Ellsworth. 

204 Missouri. 

Columbia. 

West. 
290 California. 

Blackford. 
374 Bright. 

Douglass. 

Blake. 

Minerva. 

Agnes. 

Patterson. 

Hiawatha. 



VINE, Irom Park ave. east 
to Ash, second north of St. 
Clair. 

Broadway. 
68 Plum. 

Oak. 
VINTON, from 528 South 
West to White river. 

Dakota. 
VIRGINIA AVE., from cor- 
ner of Pennsylvania and 
Washington southeast to 
Prospect. 
50 Maryland. 
96 Georgia. 

Louisiana. 
199 South. 

Huron. 

Valley. 

Merrill. 
326 Pine. 

Stevens. 
430 Cedar. 

McCarty. 

Bismarck. 

Bradshaw. 
528 Grove. 

Buchanan. 

Elk. 
619 Dougherty. 
WWBASH, from Pennsylva- 
nia east to Noble, between 
Market and Ohio. 

Pennsylvania. 

Delaware. 

Alabama. 

New Jersey. 

Clinton. 

East. 

Liberty. 
WABASH, from 70 North 
Illinois west to Blackford. 

Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 

Missouri. 

West. 
W'ALCOTT, from 842 East 
W'ashington north to Mich 
igan, first east of State ave. 

Carter. 

Sturm ave. 
WALLACE (W. I.), from 
Washington north to White 
river, first west of Noble. 

Columbia. 
WALLACE, from Minne 
sota south to Raymond 
second west of Shelby. 

Iowa. 

Beecher. 

Sanford. 
WALNUT, from 350 North 
Meridian east to Massa 
chusetts ave. 

Pennsylvania. 

Delaware. 

Ft. Wayne ave. 

Alabama. 

New Jersey. 

East. 



Park ave. 
WALNUT, from 350 North 
Meridian west to West. 

Superior. 

Illinois. 
98 Tennessee. 

Mississippi. 

Wood. 
202 Missouri. 

Favette. 
WALNUT (W. I.), see Bea- 
con. 
WASHINGTON, from 1 
North Meridian east to 
city limits, dividing the 
city north and south. 
50 Pensvlvania. 
100 Delaware. 
152 Alabama. 
200 New Jersey. 
224 Clinton. 
250 East. 
300 Liberty. 
348 Noble." 
406 Davidson. 
432 Benton. 
500 Pine. 

Michigan ave. 

Cruse. 
620 Highland ave. 

Hanna. 
650 Oriental. 

McKim ave. 
762 Arsenal ave. 

Summit. 

State ave. 

Walcott. 

Randolph. 
W^\SHINGTON. from 2 
South Meridian west to 
city limits, dividing the 
city north and south. 

48 Illinois. 
100 Tennessee. 
152 Mississippi. 
200 Missouri. 
252 W^est. 
302 California. 
346 Blackford. 
37G Helen. 
402 Geisendorf}'. 
438 Blake. 
500 White river. 

Henrietta {W. I). 

Plum Alley (W. L). 

Noble (W. I.). 

Wallace (W\ L). 

State (W^ L). 

Ray (W. I.). 

LB. &W.Ry.(W.L). 

Drake (W. I.). 

Pierce (W. L). 
King (W.I.). 

AVright (W.I.). 
W^ATER, from 90 Stevens 
south to McCarty, first east 
of Virginia ave. 
WATT, from Michigan north 
to Clifford ave. east of 
Rural. 



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INDIANA POI>IS CITY DIRECTORY. 



WAVERLY AVE., from 
Clifford ave. north to 
Brookside ave., between 
Progress and Pope aves. 
WEBB, from Raymond 
north, first east of Madison 
ave. 
WEGHORST, from Japan 
east, first north of Lincoln 
Lane. 
WEST, from 252 West Wash- 
ington north to Lidiana 
ave., thence n w to Sixth. 

Court. 
50 Market. 
100 Ohio. 

Wabash. 
154 New York. 

Miami. 
205 Vermont. 

250 Michigan. 
300 North. 
362 Walnut. 
400 St. Clair. 
462 Pratt. 

First. 

Second. 
600 Third. 

May hew. 
745 Drake. 

Fourth. 

Fifth. 

Sixth. 
WEST, from 249 West Wash- 
ington south to city limits, 

Pearl. 
50 Maryland. 

Chesapeake. 
94 Georgia. 
150 Louisiana. 
200 South. 

Kentucky ave. 

251 Sharpe. 
296 Merrill. 

Abbott. 
318 Grant. _ 

Catharine. 
362 Roe. 
388 McCarty. 
404 Root. 

Macauley. 
424 Kingan. 
446 Shearer. 

Ray. 

Vinton. 

Thomas. 

Jones. 

Morris. 

Wisconsin. 

Utah. 

Arizona. 
WILKINS, from 544 South 
Meridian east to Madison 
ave. 

Locust. 

Union. 

Mulberry. 

Chestnut. 
WILKINS, from 544 South 
Meridian west to Carlos* 



Illinois. 
Maple. 
Tennessee. 
Church. 
WILLARD, from Garden 
south to Merrill, first west 
of Tennessee. 
WILLIAM, from 33 Oriental 
east to State ave., first 
South of Washington. 
50 Arsenal ave. 
Summit. 
WILLIAMS, from Prospect 
North to Lexington ave., 
second east of State ave. 
Jefferson. 
WILLOW, from 201 Shelby 
east to State ave. 
Olive. 
Linden. 
Arthur. 
Laurel. 
Spruce. 
WILSON, from North north 
to Davis, fifth west of 
Blake. 

Elizabeth. 

Coe. 

WILSON, from Pine west 

first south of Washington 

WINDSOR, from Clifford 

ave. north to corner of Or 

ange and South Brookside 

WISCONSIN,from 655 South 
Meridian west to Dakota 
Illinois. 
Tennessee. 
Carlos. 
West. 
WOOD, from Michigan north 
to North, first west of Mis- 
sissippi. 
WOODLAWN AVE, from 
360 Dillon east to State 
ave. 

Olive. 
Linden. 
Spruce. 
WOODRUFF PLACE, east 
side State ave., between 
Michigan and Clifford ave. 
WOODSIDE AVE, from C. 
I. St. L. & C. Ry. south to 
English ave., second east of 
Auburn. 

Michigan ave. 
WRIGHT, from 146 Bu- 
chanan south to Morris, 
fourth east of East. 
Dougherty. 
Coburn. 
WMGHT (W.L),from Wash- 
ington north to Market, 
fifth west of State. 
Plum. 
Walnut. 
WYOMING, from 376 South 
Delaware east to High. 
35 Alabama. 



YANDES, from Malott ave. 
north to city limits, second 
east of W. St. L. & P. Ry. 

Home ave. 

Lincoln ave. 

Sixth. 
250 Seventh. 
300 Eighth. 

Ninth. 

Tenth. 

Twelfth. 

Clyde. 

Bruce. 

Davidge. 

Brinkmau. 

Jenison, 

Belle. 

Rebecca, 

Manchester. 
YEISER, from Madison ave. 
east to East, first south of 
Morris. 
34 Kennington. 

Franklin. 
YOUNG, from Cypress south 
first east of Shelby. 

ALLEYS. 

GREER, from Missouri west 
to West, first north of Mer- 
rill. 

MUSKINGUM, from New 
York south, first west of 
Illinois. 

OSAGE, north and south 
crossing Washington, first 
West of Mississippi. 

SCIOTA, north and south, 
crossing Washington, first 
east of Meridian. 

SEVERN, north and south, 
crossing Washington, first 
east of Pennsylvania. 

TIPPECANOE, east and 
west, crossing Meridian, 
first north of New York. 



NORTH INDIANAPOLIS. 

ADDISON, from Michigan 
road west to C. I. St. L. & 
C. Ry., first north of Shoe- 
maker. 

ANNETTE, from Lake 
north, first west of Michi- 
gan road. 

ARMSTRONG, from Michi- 
gan road west to C. I. St. 
L & C Ry, third north of 
Udell. 

BOLAND, from Lake north 
to corner Michigan road 
and Addison, first east of 
Annette. 

CHICAGO, from Michigan 
road west to C, I. St. L. & 
C. Rv, fifth north of 
Twelfth. 



WAED BOUNDAEIES. 



105 



EIGHTEENTH, from Me- 
ridian west to Michigan 
road, sixth nortli of 
Twelfth. 

ELMIRA, from corner C. I. 
St. L. & C. Ey. north, fifth 
west of Michigan road. 

EMMA, from corner C. I. St. 
L. & C By. and Shoe- 
maker north, fourth west 
of Michigan road. 

EUCLID AVE., from corner 
Michigan road and Addi- 
son northeast. 

EUGENE, from Michigan 
road west to C. I. St. L. & 
C. Rj., second north of 
Udell 

FRANCIS, from Michigan 
road west to C. I. St. L. & 
C. Rv., first north of Udell. 

INDIANAPOLIS AVE., 
from corner Michigan road 
and Fifteenth north to 



Twenty-second, second east 
of Michigan road. 

LAKE, from Boland west to 
C. I. St. L. & C. Ry., fourth 
north of Twelfth. 

LULA, from corner C. I. St 
L &C.Ry and Wells north, 
third west of Michigan 
road. 

McLENE, from Michigan 
road west to C. I. St. L & 
C. Ry, fourth north of Chi- 
cago. 

NINETEENTH, from Me- 
ridian to Michigan road, 
seventh north of Twelfth. 

ONTARIO, from Michigan 
road west to C. I. St. L & 
C. Ry, first north of Chica- 
go. 

RADER, from corner C. I. 
St. L. & C. Ry and Lake 
north, second west of Mich- 
igan road. 



SCHURMANN AVE., from 
Indiana ave. north to cor- 
ner C. I. St. L. & C Ry and 
Armstrong. 

SHOEMAKER, from Mich- 
igan road west to Schur- 
mann ave., fifth north of 
Chicago. 

TWENTIETH, from Merid- 
ian west to Michigan road, 
eighth north of Twelfth. 

TWENTY-FIRST, from Me- 
ridian west to Michigan 
road, ninth northof Twelfth. 

TWENTY-SECOND, from 
Meridian west to Michigan 
road,tenth northof Twelfth. 

UDELL, from Michigan road 
west to C. I. C. & St. L. 
Railway, second north of 
Shoemaker. 

WELLS,from Michigan road 
west to C, I. St. L. & C. Ry, 
second north of Chicago. 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 



First Ward — Bounded on the north and 
east by the corporation lines, on the west 
by Bellefontaine street, and on the south by 
Christian ave. to the I. P. & C. R. R. track, 
thence south to Clifford ave. and east to 
corporation line. 

Second Ward — Bounded on the north by 
the corporation line, on the east by Belle- 
fontaine street, on the south by Christian 
ave. to Central ave., by Morrison street 
to Central ave. to Delaware street, and on 
Second street from Delaware to Meridian 
street, on the west by Meridian street. 

Third Ward— Bounded on the north by 
the corporation line, on the west by Mich- 
igan road to Sixth street, by West to Sec- 
ond street, on the south by Second street, 
and on the east to Meridian street. 

Fourth Ward — Bounded on the north 
and northwest by corporation line, on the 
east by Michigan road to Sixth, by West 
to North street, on the south by North 
street from West to Blake street, then north 
to Indiana ave., and along Indiana ave. to 
corporation line. 

Fifth Ward — Bounded on the north by 
Second street, on the east by Meridian street, 
on the south by North street, and on the 
west by West street. 

Sixth Ward — Bounded on the nortli by 
Second street, from Meridian east to Dela- 
ware, on Morrison street from Delaware to 
Central ave., thence south on Central and 
Ft. Wayne aves. to Cherry street, thence 
east to East street, on the east side by East 
street, on the south by North street and on 
the west by Meridian street. 

Seventh Ward — Bounded on the north 
71 



by Christian ave. east to the I. P. & C. R. 
R. tracks, south to Clitford ave. and east 
to corporate line, on the east by the corpor- 
ation line, on the west from the intersection 
of Christian and Central aves. south on 
Central and Ft. Wayne aves. to Cherry 
■street, thence east on Cherry to East street, 
thence south on East to North street, thence 
east to C. C. C. & I. E>. track, thence south 
to Michigan street, thence east to corpora- 
tion line. 

Eighth Ward — Bounded on the north by 
North street from Noble street to C C. C 
& I. Ry. tracks, thence south to Michigan 
street, thence east to the corporation line, 
on the east by the corporation line, on the 
south by Washington street, and on the 
west by Noble street. 

Ninth Ward — Bounded on the north by 
New York street, on the east by Noble 
street, on the south by Washington street, 
and on the west by Delaware street. 

Tenth Ward— Bounded on the north by 
North street, on the east by Noble street, 
on the south by New York street, and on 
the west by Delaware street. 

Eleventh Ward — Bounded on the north 
by North street, on the east by Delaware 
street, on the south by Washington street, 
and on the west by Illinois street. 

Twelfth Ward — Bounded on the north 
by North street, on the east by Illinois 
street, on the south by Washington street, 
and on the west by Missouri street. 

Thirteenth ward — Bounded on the north 
by North street, on the east by Missouri 
street, on the south by Washington street, 
and on the west bv Geisendorft' street north 



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INDIANAPOLIS CITY DIRECTORY. 



to Ohio street, thence west to Douglass 
street, thence north to North street. 

Fourteenth Ward — Bounded on the 
north and west by White river and Indiana 
ave., on the south by Washington street 
east to GeisendorfF street, thence north to 
Ohio street, west on Ohio to Douglass street 
and north to North street, thence west to 
Blake street, thence north on Blake to In- 
diana ave. 

Fifteenth Ward — Bounded on the north 
by Washington street, east of White river, 
on the east by Missouri street, on the south 
by Merrill street west to Kentucky avenue, 
thence southwest to White river, together 
with West Indianapolis. 

Sixteenth Ward — Bounded on the north 
by Washington street, on the east by Illi- 
nois street, on the south by Merrill street, 
on the west by Missouri street. 

Seventeenth Ward — Bounded on the 
north by Washington street, on the east by 
Delaware street, on the south by Merrill 
street, on the west by Illinois street. 

Eighteenth Ward— Bounded on the north 
by Washington street, on the east by East 
street, on the south by Merrill street, on 
the west by Delaware street. 

Nineteenth Ward — Bounded on the north 
by Washington street, on the east by the 
corporation line, on the west by East street, 
on the south by Louisiana street to Dillon, 
south on Dillon to Deloss, thence southeast 
to English ave., thence east to corporation 
line. 

Twentieth Ward — Bounded on the north 
by Louisiana street, on the east by Dillon 
street, on the south by Virginia ave., on 
the west by East street. 

Twenty-first Ward — Bounded on the 
north by Deloss street, on the east by C. I. 



St. L. & C. Ky., thence on English ave. to 
corporation line, on the east and south by 
the corporation lines, and on the west by 
Shelby and Dillon streets. 

Twenty-second Ward — Bounded on the 
north by Virginia ave., on the east by 
Shelby, on the south by corporation line, 
and on the west by East and Japan streets. 

Twenty-third Ward — Bounded on the 
north by Merrill street, on the east by East 
and Japan streets, on the south by corpor- 
ation line, and on the west by J. M. & I. R. 
R. track. 

Twenty-fourth Ward— Bounded on the 
north by Merrill street, on the east by J. 
M. & I. R. R. track, on the south by the 
corporation line, on the west by Illinois 
street from Merrill to Morris street, thence 
east to the Bluff road, thence south to cor- 
poration line. 

Twenty-fifth Ward— Bounded on the 
north by Merrill street, on the east by Illi- 
nois street and the Bluff road, on the south 
by corporation line, and west by corpora- 
tion line and Kentucky. 



ALDERMANIC DISTRICTS. 

First District — First, Second, Sixth, Sev- 
enth and Eighth Wards. 

Second District — Third, Fourth, Thir- 
teenth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth Wards. 

Third District— Fifth, Ninth, Tenth, 
Eleventh and Twelfth Wards. 

Fourth District — Seventeenth, Eight- 
eenth, Nineteenth, Twentieth and Twenty- 
first Wards. 

Fifth District — Sixteenth, Twenty-sec- 
ond, Twenty-third, Twenty-fourth and 
Twenty fifth Wards. 



R. L. POLK &: GO'S 



City Directory Office, 



SOUTHEAST tor. CIRCLE and MERIDIAN STS. 



R. L. POLK & GO'S 



Indianapolis City Directory. 

18 8 7. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



agt— agent. 
asst — rtssisiant. 
ave— avenue, 
bils— boards, 
blksmith— blacksmith, 
bet— between, 
bl'ig— I uilrting. 
blk-block. 
carp — OH rpenter. 
elk— clerk, 
♦—colored. 



cor— corner. 

e— east. 

e s— east side. 

lab— laborer. 

mach— machinist. 

mkr— maker. 

miifr- manufacturer. 

n— north. 

n e— northeast. 

n s— north side. 

n w— uorlhvvest. 



nr — near, 
opp — opposite, 
opr— operator. 
X>res — president, 
propr — prt iprietor. 
res— residence, 
rev— reverend, 
r m s— railway mail 

service. 
8 e— southeast. 
s s— south bide. 



s w— J^outhwest. 

sec—secretary. 

SI ipt— stipe rintendent. 

trans— transportation. 

tel— telegraph. 

trav— traveling. 

treas— treasurer. 

w — west. 

wid — willow. 

■wks — works. 

w s— west side. 



RAILROADS. 

Belt R R & S Y Co Belt Railroad and Stock Yard Co. 

C C C <fe I (Bee Line) Cleveland. Columbus. Cincinnati and Indianapolis. 

C H & D Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton. 

C I St L A C Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis and' Chicago. 

C St L <fe P (Pan Handle) Chicago, St Louis and Pittsburgh. 

I B & W Indiana, Bloomington and Western. 

I & St L Indianapolis and St Lonia. 

I & V IndiMiiapoHs and Vinceniies. 

J M & I.-.' Jeifersonville, Madison and Indianapolis. 

L N A * C (Air Line) Louisville, New Albany and Chicago. 

St L V T H A I (Vandalia Line) St. Louis, Vaadalia, Terre Haute and Indianapolis. 

W St L & P Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific. 



NOTE,— Names marked th^us 


• are colored. 






AAR, 107 


ABB 





Aaron Winnie, grocer 231 S Delaware, res 

s:ime. 
Abhecklen Elizabeth, domestic 125 EWash- 

ingtcjn. 
Ahbett Carrie (wid John D), res 98 Agnes. 
Abhett Charles H (L& C H Abbetl), res 82 

W Vermont. 
Abbett Francis M, physician 23 Virginia 

ave, res 8o4 N Penn. 
Abbett Hattie M, asst stamp elk P O, bds 

bils 277 S New .Jersej. 
*.A hbett Isaac N, lab, bds 612 N West. 
Abbett .Tohn A, mach Central Chair Co, 

res 374 W Vermont. 



Abbett Law.son (L &C H Abbett), Dean 

Indiana Eclectic Medical College, res 273 

Christian ave. 
Abbett L & C H (Lawson & Charles H), 

physicians 31 j Virginia ave. 
Abbett Margaret (wid John B), bds 985 N 

N Meridian. 
Abbett Newton M, carp, res 314 Spring. 
AbbHtt Rev Oliver H P, stamp elk P O, rea 

277 S New Jersey. 
Abbey Catharine, domestic 125 W Mc- 

Carty. 
Ahbitt Abraham, sawyer John Pruitt, bds 

15 Cook, 



erfectionSpectacleo 



iCSi^Manufactured by^S^O 
Baldwin. Miller & Co. 



117 



S. Meridian 
Street. 



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CLEMENS VONNEGUTICABINET HARDWARE 

184 and 186 East Washington Street. I Upholstery Goods! Pressed Wood Ornamental 



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STEEG & BEMHAMER'S 

Abstract of Title Office 

12 and 15 Thorpe Block. 

NOTARIES PUBI.IC 

And General Conveyancers. 

Abbott Annie (wid Archibald), bds 412 W 
Washington. 

Abbott Benjamin F, meat market 441 S 
West, res same. 

Abbott Benjamin F, physician 31 Indiana 
ave, res same. 

Abbott Catherine E (wid Wm W), bds 700 
N West. 

Abbott Edward, carp, res 54 Sheldon. 

Abbott Eli, carp P C & St L Ry. 

Abbott Ella, domestic 150 Ft Wayne ave. 

Abbott George B, car driver, res Irvington. 

Abbott George J, elk A Dickson & Co, res 
114 Columbia ave. 

Abbott James W, lab Richardson & Evans, 
res 237 Douglass. 

Abbott John, lab, rnjs 412 W Washing- 
t n. 

*Abbott John W, porter Baker, Hord & 
Hendricks, bds 15 Maria. 

A beck Bernard, hay presser, res 40 Ari- 
zona. 

Abegglen Maggie, domestic Mueller Hotel. 

Abel Charles C, grocer 310 Indiana ave, 
res same, 

Abel Emma (wid Joseph), bds 32 Union. 

Abel Charles, res 310 Indiana ave. 

Abel Henry, tinner I L Frankem, res 401 
E New York. 

Abell George W, solicitor Am Coll and 
Rept Ass'n, bds Pyle House. 

Abenstein Henry, watchmkr Wm A Mor- 
rison, bds 317 S Penn. 

Abercrombie Robert, lab, res 247 Coburn. 

Abernethy Wm, engineer, res n s W 
Washington 3 w of Elder ave. 

Abker Wm, cabinetmkr C M Union, res 530 
E Washington. 

Abler Hillard, attendant Insane Hospital 

Abraham August, lab C I St L & C Ry, res 
16 Arthur. 

Abraham Herman, lab car works, bds 66 
Tor bet (N I). 

Abraham Wm, lab car works, bds Tor- 
bet ^N I). 

ONE PRICE, 

AND THAT PRICE ALWAYS ONE PROFIT 
BELOW ALL COMPETITION. 



TI3:E "^^T^IBIElrT- 



Abram Herman L, checkman C I St L & C 

Ry, res 181 English ave. 
Abram Louis, lab, bds 181 English ave. 
Abrams Belle M, printer A R Baker, bds 

79 W Michigan. 
*"Abrams John, lab, res 280 Lafayette Ry. 
Abrams Milton J (Harbison & Abrams), 

res 52 J Mass ave. 
Abrams Randall J, bkkpr E C Atkins & 

Co, bds 112 N Meridian. 
Abrams Robert, foreman John B Doris & 

Co, bds St Charles Hotel. 
Abright Charles F, carriage and wagon 

mnfr 211 W Vermont, res 119 Indiana ave. 
Abromet Adolphus, Real Estate, 

Loans and Insurance 3 and 4 Vinton 

Block, res 488 N Illinois. 
Abromet Annie L, organist St John's 

Cathedral, bds 488 N Illinois. 
Abromet John C, elk The Bowen-Merrill 

Co, bds 488 N Illinois. 
Abromet Lizzie C, asst bkkpr L S Ayres & 

Co, res 488 N Illinois. 
Abstome Wm, lab, res 573 E 7th. 
Achert, see Eckert. 
Achey Allen, engineer C I St L & C Ry, 

res 174 Virginia ave. 
Achey Joseph B, elk C June, bds 174 Vir- 
ginia ave. 
Achgill Christian F, carp car works, res 60 

Dougherty. 
Achhill Frederick, bds 47 Oriental. 
Ackelow Herman, res Circle House. 
Ackelo-w HersBiaii Jr, Prop Circle 

House, res same. 
Acker, see also Aker and Ecker. 
Acker Frank, janitor Opera block, res 

same. 
Ackerman, see also Ockermann. 
Ackerman Abraham, japauer Udell Works, 

res 389 N Mississippi. 
Ackerman Andrew, varnisher Western 

Furniture Co, bds 404 Madison ave. 
Ackerman Herman, bartender C A Tipten, 

rooms 60 Mass ave. 
Ackerman Ida (wid Herman), tailoressH 

W White, res 161 Elm. 
Ackerson Harry, coal driver, bds 301 S 

Penn. 
Ackerson Rosa, bds 301 S Penn. 
Acklin, see Ecklin. 
Ackmann Charles W, lab Kiugan & Co, 

bds 474 E Washington 
Acme Milling Co, S F Robinson pres, 

Charles L Cutter vice-pres and mngr, 

Samuel Harris sec'y and treas, 352 W 

Washington. 
Adair Addison A, Sec'y and Treas Byrkit 

Sheathing & Lath Co, res 156 College 

ave. 
Adair Mrs Jennie, res 197 W Wabash. 
Adair Samuel, helper P C & St L Ry, res 

109 Dorman. 



Salishurij 5 StanlEij 



Builders, 177 Clinton St. Special 
attention given to cstimateson loss- 
es by fire for Insurance Companies. 



COAL^COKEl 



W. G. WASSON, 

Wliolesale and Retail, 21 South Peimayl- 
vania Street. Ingalls Blcch. 



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109 



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Adam Charles H, ticket elk Union Depot, 
res 336 Orange. 

Adam Herman F, delivery elk B & O Tel 
Co, bds 244 S New Jersey. 

Adam Louis G, elk D P Erwin & Co, bds 
244 S New Jersey. 

Adam Wm, lab, res 244 S New Jersey. 

Adams Ada, waiter W C T U Lunch 
Room, rooms Ft Wayne ave. 

Adams Alexander, livery, bds 2 Peru. 

Adams Arthur V, elk, bds 108 Plum. 

Adams Belle M (wid Samuel), bds 277 N 
Delaware. 

Adams Bertrand, elk Ind Paper Co, bds 
622 N Alabama. 

Adams Brick Co, Justus C Adams mngr, 
42 Court House; telephone 884. 

Adams Byron F, painter G W Miller & 
Co, res 98 Cypress. 

Adams Caroline B (wid John F), bds 82 
Woodlawn ave. 

Adams Carrie, nurse Flower Mission Train- 
ing School for Nurses, res City Hospital. 

*Adams Charles, coachman 514 N New 
Jersey. 

Adams Charles, steamfitter, res 173 E Lou- 
isiana. 

Adams Charles E, cooper L B Gardner, 
res 220 Indiana ave. 

Adams Charles F, propr Adams Mnfg Co, 
res Erie, Pa. 

Adams Clarence E, elk A Dickson & Co, 
bds 145 S New Jersey. 

* Adams David, lab, res 125 S Pine. 

Adams David M, res 325 Broadway. 

Adams David O, photographer, res 55 N 
Arsenal ave. 

Adams Edith, asst librarian Public Li- 
brary, bds 26 School. 

Adams Edward S, bds 56 Fletcher ave. 

Adams Elizabeth B (wid Kneeland T), res 
26 School. 

Adams Ella, elk W G Sherman, res 391 
Missouri. 

Adams Hxpress Co, rs S Meridian. 

Adams Ferdinand L, elk L F Adams & 
Co, bds 108 Plum. 

Adams Frank, elk auditor's office, res 926 
N New Jersey. 

Adams Frank A, printer 96 Court, bds 36 
S Tennessee. 

Adams Frederick B, deputy county aud- 
itor, bds 750 N Delaware. 

Adams George F, with Indianapolis Veneer 
Works, res 148 E New York. 

Adams George N, lab Salisbury & Vinton 
Paper Co, res 416 W Washington. 

Adams George S, apprentice Jenney Elec- 
tric Co, bds 253 Union. 

Adams George W, carp Sarven Wheel 
Works, res 98 Japan. 

Adams Harry J, cook Sherman House. 

Adams Henry A, mach Atlas Works, res 
754 Nevada. 



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84 East Market Street. 

Adams Henry C (Whitsit & Adams), res 
622 N Alabama. 

Adams Henry G (Adams & Shearman), rea 
325 Broadway. 

Adams Isaac S, varnisher C M Union, res 
255 N Noble. 

Adams James B, elk W W Scott, bds 667 
Virginia ave. 

Adams James C (Adams & Shearman), res 
325 Broadway. 

Adams James M, cabiuetmkr C Kleifgen, 
bds 350 W 1st. 

Adams Jasper H, cabinetmkr Udell Wks, 
bds Armstrong (N I). 

Adams Jennie (wid Charles), res 145 S 
New Jersey. 

Adams John Q, carp, rooms 18 Miller 
Block. 

Adams Jolin Q, House and Safe 
Mover, Office 15 Vance Block, res s e cor 
Mississippi and Georgia; Telephone 986. 
(See adv opp House Movers in classified.) 

Adams John S, draughtsman Jenney Elec- 
tric Co, res 253 Union. 

Adams John W, apprentice Nordyke & 
Marmon Co, bds 253 Union. 

Adams Joseph R, painter Salisbury & Stan- 
ley, res 290 E Louisiana. 

Adams Justus C, Auditor Marion 
County, 42 Court House, res 750 N Dela- 
ware. 

Adams Leander F, bkkpr, bds 473 N Illi- 
nois. 

Adams Levi F (L F Adams & Co), res 108 
Plum. 

Adams Mrs Lizzie, laundress Joseph Lew- 
der, res 23 S Liberty. 

Adams Louis, cutter J Huber, res 260 S 
East. 

Adams Lucitta (wid Hubbard S), bds 
James Cropper, Brightwood. 

Adams L F & Co (Levi F Adams), com 32 
and 34 S Delaware. 

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Adams Manufacturing^ Co, C 

F Adams Propr, lustallmeut Goods 72 
W Washington. 
Adams Marion, lab, bds Armstrong (N I). 
Adams Marion lab, res 317 W JSorth. 
Adams Martha A (wid Jesse J), res 51 

Bradshaw. 
Adams Marvin C, draughtsman, res 121 N 
^ Tennessee. 
I Adams Mary (wid Andrew), res 65 N New 

Jersey. 
Adams Mrs Mary E, dressmkr, rms 6 Zilar 

block. 
[Adams Mary M (wid Reuben), bds 622 N 
Alabama. 
■Adams Matilda (wid Henry), res rear 36 
Central ave. 
I Adams Nettie, boxmkr W H Short, res 78 
"J Ft Wayne ave. 

g.^ Adams Rachel J (wid Charles S), bds 22 
W Georgia. 
Adams Robert H, State Agent Aooi- 
^um^ fi^'Dt Ins Co of North America and The 
■iM—^ Guarantee Co of North America, 1 and 2 
^^J Blackf<,rd Block, res 248 College ave. 
lEi*^^ Adams Robert H, with C E Kregelo, rms 
77 N Delaware. 
*Adams Samuel, lab, res 3 Darnell. 
1 Adams Sarah (wid Ira B), res Armstrong 

(NI). 
.Adams Thomas, teamster, res Udell (N I). 
! Adams Thomas F, packer A Booth & Son, 

res 239 N West. 
Adams Thomas J, dry goods 5 Shelby, res 

72 W Ohio. 
Adams Thomas L, subscription books, res 
> 473 N Illin<,is. 

"Adams Wesley M, res 56 Fletcher ave. 
[Adams Wm, lab Kingan & Co, res 93 Ann 
[Adams Wm, packer Kingan & Co, bds 25 

S Liberty. 
'Adams Wm C, carp T Madden, res 177 
I BiiihaTian, 
Adams Wm H, collector Flanner&Hom- 
mown, rms 72 N Illinois. 



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Adams Wm M, finisher Haugi*, Ketcham 
& Co. bds H Gaetz, Haughville. 

*Atlams Winnie (wid Aaron), res 267 W 
6th. 

Adams & Sliearman (John D 

Shearman, Henry G Adams, James C 
Adams), Preserve Works 60 to 66 S Al- 
abama. 
Adamson Charles A, barber 142 S Illinois, 

bds Sherman House. 
Addington James S, barber G Hofmann, 

rms 185^ W Washington. 
*Addison James H, lab, res 17 Lafayette. 
Adelman Aaron J, rabbi, res 302 S Fenn. 
Ader Joseph H, switchman, res 310 W 

Pearl. 
AdisonSusan (wid Daniel), bds 37 Walcott. 
Adjutant General's Office, 43 N Tennessee. 
All kins, see also Atkins. 
Ad kins Everett E, elk G J Marott, res 98 

N Alabama, 
Adkinson, see also Atkinson. 
Adkinson Mrs Florence M, journalist, res 

165 Elm. 
Adkinson Maude, domestic, Sherman House 
Adkinson Wm P (Klingensmith & Adkin- 
son), res 165 Elm. 
Adler Francis, gardener, res w s Madison 

ave 2 n of Belt Railway. 
Adler Julius, dry goods 167 W Washing- 
ton, res same. 
Admier Mary (wid Oliver R), res 144 

Peru. 
*A(lmire James, lab G F Branbam, res 113 

Pendleton Pike. 
Adoley Ernest E, brewer C F Schmidt, res 

475 S New Jersey, 
Adsit Jane M (wid Rev Samuel), res 861 

N Meridian. 
Advocate Publisliingf Co, T A 
Goodwin Bus Mngr, 37^ Virginia 
ave. 
Aebker Henry C, grocer cor Malott and 

Columbia aves, res 103 Malott ave. 
Aelikcr Henry C, cal>inetnikr Western 

Furniture Co, res 137 English ave. 
Aebker Henry W, helper Western Furni- 
ture Co, bds 137 English ave. 
Aebker Wm, cabinetmkr C M Union, res 

530 E Washington. 
Aetar John, brewer Schmidt's brewery, res 

523 Madison ave. 
^tna Building, 19^ N Penn. 
Afl'antranger Charles, baker F Baumann, 

bds 401 Blake. 
Aftung Andrew, res 137 Olive. 
Agee Amos, driver L M Sullivan, rms 261 

W Washington. 
Ager Thomas, dairyman, res Wheeler, 

Brightwood. 
Aggert, see also Eckertand Eggert. 
Aggert P'erdinand, lab, res -482 S MissourL 
*Agler Wm, lab, res 115 N Missouri. 
Agnew John, car driver, bds 10 Henry. 



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Agricultural Club, The Morning Star Pub- 
lishing Co publishers, 37 and 39 Virginia 
ave. 

Agricultural Epitomist, J A Everitt &Co, 
publishers, 141 W Washington. 

Ahern Elizabeth, bds 532 S Illinois. 

Ahern Joanna, tailoress, bds 532 S Illi- 
nois. 

Ahern John, bds 426 S Tennessee. 

Ahern Mary, dressmakr, bds 532 S Illi- 
nois. 

Ahern Michael, stoker gas works, res 532 
S Illinois. 

Ahern Michael A, carp, res 30 Church. 

Ahern Wm D, carp car works, resides 30 
Church. 

Ahlders Ahlrich, grocer 428 S Meridian, 
res 539 same. 

Ahlers Louis J, mach hand T Madden, res 
58 Lexington ave. 

Ahlers Mary, domestic 81 Peru. 

Ahnefeld VVm G, carp G P McDougall, 
res 26 Bismarck. 

Ahrern Wm D, elk Illinois House. 

Aherns, see aho Arens. 

Ahrens Charles N, mach, bds e s Eureka 2 
s of Clifford ave. 

Ahrens Wm H, res e s Eureka 2 s of Clif- 
ford ave. 

Aichele Emil, brakeman J M & I K R, bds 
41 Madison ave. 

Aichhorn Charles C, cigarmkr Baker & 
Hilley, bds 14 Davis. 

Aichhorn Wm, lab Nordyke & Marmon Co, 
res 14 Davis. 

Aichorn Wm, baker, bds 95 Yeiser. 

Aid Clara (wid Charles), res 84 N Ala- 
bama. 

Aiken, see also Akin. 

Aiken Daniel, bo.x;mkr Wood & Smith, res 
333 Chesapeake. 

Aiken Edward, lab A Phillips,bds n e cor 
Indiana ave and Belt R R. 

Aiken Harry, brakeman Belt R R, res 66 
Hadley ave (W I). 

Ainsberry R, finisher Sarven wheel wks. 

Ainsworth Charles L, elk F B Ainsworth & 
Co, bds 58 E Washington. 

Ainsworth Frank B (F B Ainsworth & Co), 
bds 58 E Washington. 

Ainswortll F B & Co (Frank B 
Ainsworth), Subscription Books 41 
Vance Block. 

Aippersbach Christian, stone mason, res 
251 Blake. 

Aipperhach Harry, lab Indianapolis Malle- 
able Iron Wks, "bds 251 Blake. 

Aippersbach Minnie C, bds 251 Blake. 

Aippersba<hWm, stripper, bds 251 Blake. 

Aisenl)rey Charles, butcher Rudolph Bo- 
ettcher, bds Miller's Hotel. 

Aitken David L, mach Atlas Wks, res 610 
Peru. 



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Aitken James W, boilermkr P C&StL, 

Ry, res 763 E Washington. 
Akass E.iward T A, elk A Gall, res 760 

Mississippi. 
Ake James .J, cooper Daniel Burton, res 23 . 

Rhode Island. 
Aker, see also Eaker, Acker and Ecker. ^ i { 

Aker Charlotte E (wid Ellis L), bds 156^_JL^ 

Elm. k«^^ 

Aker Louis E, grocer 197 Elm, res same, y ] 

Aker Martin L, elk Cj I St L & C Ry, res^"^^, 

156 Elm. [] 

Akers Wm, lab, res 113 Locke. ^Tl 



Akin, see also Aiken. 

Akin Lewis G, deputy county clerk, res 

Mapleton (N I). 
*Akins David, lab, res 81 Ann. 
Alber Charles L, mach hand C E Geisen- ^^ 

dorf, bds 304 Douglass. /""^S 

Alber Edward E, cigarmkr F Relbel, bds>Mi»^ 

304 Douglass. MH 

Alber John, trav agt Hollweg & Reese, xq%^^^ 

Logansport, Ind. \ l 

Alber Melissa (wid Wm C), res 304 Doug- L*A^ 

lass. ^ 2. 

Alber Noah T, cooper A Minter, bds 304 r/j 

Douglass. 
Alber Thaddeus C, cigarmkr E H Wells ^i— ^ 

bds 304 Douglass. _ C J. 

Albershardt Henry F, shoemaker Casimer ^"^ 

Guenther, res 121 N Spring. ^ ^ 

Albershardt John F, elk Charles Mayer & ■ 

Co, res 121 N Spring. 
Albersmeier Henry, elk H Sobbe, res 274 ^ 

S West. _ P 

Albersmeyer Francisca (wid Daniel), res Xfl 5 

174 Union. {> m, 

Albersmeyer Herman, mach hand H Herr- <J ^ 

mann, bds 174 Union. "^ cj- 

Albersmeyer Louis, wks Western Furn Co, g P 

bds 174 Union. ^ CD 

Albersmeyer Wm, finisher M Clune, bds 8 tT* w 

Wisconsin. tT* q 

Albert Aaron, elk Wm Eaglesfield, res s w j_j •-•> 

cor 9th and Alvord. J:;^ i-q 

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^ « . Bernard Vonncgut. Arthur Bohn. 

Ill VONNEGUT & BOH!^ 
||| 53 Vance Block, 

^y « j Cor. WasMggtoii M, and Tirgiaia kre^ 
^ Q a Albert Adam, expressman, res 225 Elm. 
op:^ o Albert Emanuel, bds n e cor Newman and 
«> „'« 8th. 

El S-5 Albert Ephraim, hay press mnfr 382 Blake, 
^ » Sj res same. 

►H ft Albert George, bleacher J Bristow, bds 59 
Linden. 
/»^\ Albert John D, saw filer Atkins Saw 
//^U Works. 

J I Albert Lawson H, baggageman Union 
\f^lj Depot, res 438 E McCarthy. 

A.lbert Mrs Lucy, propr Koosevelt House, 

les same. 
Albert Maas, bolt inspector C St L & P Ry. 
Albert Michael, cooper, bds 213 W Mary- 
land. 
Albert Nicholas, bartender A S.hmidt, res 

347 N Noble. 
Albert Vernon J, elk H J Mauer, bds 382 

Blaks. 
Albert Wm H, trimmer Irwin Robbins & 

Co, res 360 N Pine. 
Aibertine Sister Mary, superior St John's 
Academy, s s Maryland w of Illinois. 
«^«=^ Albertsmeyer Charles D, saloon 490 S Me- 
OO Tidian, res 593 same, 
f^ Albertsmeyer Charles H, grocery 203 Pros- 
1. psct, res 211 same. 



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Albertsmeyer Charles H jr, elk C PI Al- 



. bertsmeyer, bds 211 Prospect, 
N,^ Albertsnieyer Wm, driver August Erbrich, 
P" "^.T res 6 English ave. 
^^^./ Albertscn, see also Slbertson. 
^^•^^ Albertson Achsah D, governess Home 
^^J Friendless Children. 

E^^ Albertson Alfred C, printer Hasselman- 
Joui-nal Co, bds 216 N Noble. 
C/ J Albertj Jeoae, lab Gladden, Cope & Hunt, 

1-83 30 Race. 
f j^ Albir, Anthony, lab Kingan & Co, res 54 
MH California. 

>Aroin Peter, lab Kingan & Co, res 316 W 
Pearl. 
►....-^ Albol JciiTj, postal oik, bds 103 W South. 
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Albrecht Adam, expressman, res 225 Elm. 
Albrecht Amelia (wid Louis), res 273 S 

Delaware 
Albrecht Augustus, elk J Craig, bds 273 S 

Delaware, 
Albrecht Bett (wid Maurice), bds 617 N 

Mississippi. 
Albrecht Charles, cornice worker P M 

Pursell & Son, res 363 Indiana ave. 
Albrecht Edward J, elk Hanson-Vaa 

Camp Co, bds 273 S Delaware. 
Albrecht Frances, packer Schnull & Krag, 

bds 273 S Delaware, 
Albrecht George A, treas Cabinetmkrs* 

Union, res 182 Davidson. 
Albrecht George E, elk, bds 272 S West. 
Albrecht George P, expressman, res 59 

Linden. 
Albrecht George W, bleacher, bds 59 

Linden. 
Albrecht Josephine, elk Turpin & Co^ 

bds 59 Linden. 
Albrecht Louise, dry goods 363 Indiana 

ave, res same. 
Albrecht Matilda, domestic 196 N Cali- 
fornia. 
Albrecht Maurice, dentist 61 Ingalls* 

block, res 78 Woodrufl" Place. 
Albrecht Millie, domestic 144 N Illinois. 
Albright, see also Allbright. 
Albright C Ernest, elk, bds 10 Rockwood. 
Albright Edward, engineer F M Archdea- 
con, res 291 W Merrill, 
Albright Robert B, painter, res 10 Rock- 
wood. 
Albro Frank B, caadymkr G R Wysong & 

Co, bds 273 E South, 
Albro Henry O (Johnston & Albro), res 278 

E South, 
Albro Orville H, binder W B Burford, rea 

278 E South, 
Albro Telford (Albro & Rodman), res 278 

E South. 
Albro & Rodman (Telford Albro, Henry 

T Rodman), confectioners 4 Indiana 

ave. 
Alcott Mrs Amy, res 212 W Vermont. 
Aldag August (Ebner, Aldag & Co), res 583 

E Washington. 
Aldag Charles (Ebner, Aldag & Co and 

Charles Aldag &Son), treas Indianapolis 

German Mut Fire Ins Co, res 644 E 
Washington. 
Aldag Charles & Son (Charles and Frank), 

shoes 175 E Washington. 
Aldag Charles M, elk E A Herrmann, res 

583 E Washington. 
Aldag Emras), c!k Charles Mayer & Co, 

res 219 E Market. 
Aldag Frank, (Charles Aldag & Son), res 

82 N Liberty. 
Ald«g John A, varnishrakr Indianapolis 

Varnish Co, bds 583 E Washington. 



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Aldag Louis, shoemkr C Aldag & Son, res 

219 E Market. 
Aldag Wilhelm, paints and oils 222 E 

Washington, res 456 E Market. 
Alderson Sarah P (wid Andrew P), bds 

110 Broadway. 
Alderson Thomas, lab Kingan & Co, bds 

229 W Washington. 
Aldrich Albert J, elk J M & I R R, res 

361 Fletcher ave. 
Aldrich Charles O, carriage painter, bds 

364 Railroad. 
Aldrich Chaimcey P, carp Salisbury & 

Stanley, res 364 Railroad. 
Aldrich Ella, teacher public school No 

2, bds 519 NNew Jersey. 
Aldrich Frank, ice, res 294 W St Clair. 
Aldrich George N, bds 519 N New Jersey. 
Aldrich JIda, teacher public school No 2, 

bds 519 N New Jersey. 
Aldrich Jessie, teacher, bds 519 N New 

Jersey. 
Aldrich John D, carp, res 1 College ave. 
Aldrich John F, fireman I & V R R, bds 1 

College ave. 
Aldrich Joshua H, agt The Thames Loan 

and Trust Co, res! 44 N Illinois. 
Aldrich J Frank, fireman I & V R R, bds 

600 E Market. 
Aldrich Mary C (wid Isaac N), res 519 N 

New Jersey. 
Aldrich Melvina (wid Alexander W), with 

National Surgical Institute, res 26 School. 
Aldrich Royal, res 39 College ave. 
Aldridge Benjamin, market master East 

Market, bds 220 N Tennessee. 
Aldridge C M, student, bds Enterprise 

Hotel. 
Aldridge Henry H, cigarmkr Joseph Ald- 
ridge, bds 220 N Tennessee. 
Aldridge Plester A (wid Marcellus B) res 

105 Clifford ave. 
Aldridge Jacob B, cigars, bds 220 N Ten- 

nessee. 
Aldridge John L, cigarmkr Joseph Ald- 
ridge, bds 220 N Tennessee. 
Aldridge Joseph A, cigar mnfr 220 N 

Tennesse, bds same. 
Aldridge Susannah (wid Henry H), res 220 

N Tennessee. 
Aldridge Y/m, cigarmkr Joseph Aldridge, 

bda 220 N Tennessee. 
Aldridge WinSeld,. salesman, bds 105 Clif- 
ford ave. 
Alerch Frederick, lab H Herrmann, res 22 

Athon. 
Alerdir.g Barney, driver C F Schmidt, res 

75 Iiigh. 
AlsvdSni^ EteT M, Rector St Jo- 
seph's Church, res 323 E North. 
Alexander Albert M. special agt Trav 

Life Ins Co, res 196 Ash. 
Alexander Albert W, (A W Alexander & 

Co), res 117 Prospect. 



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At Lonest Kates. 

Alexander Alexander J, (Blanton, Watson 

& Co), res Spring Station, Ky. 
*Alexander Ann (wid Page), res ]1Q3 S 

Tennessee. 
Alexander A W & Co, (Albert W Alexan- 

der, Everett M Tresslar), live stock 

Union Stock Yards (W I). 
*Alexander Charles, bell boy Denison 

House. 
Alexander Coke, District Pass agt Missouri 

Pacific Ry Co, 12 Union bldg, bds 

Grand Hotel. 
*Alexander Eliza, domestic 551 N Illi- 
nois. 
Alexander Emma B (wid James C), bds 

416 Broadway. 
Alexander Franklin M, elk George Mer- 

ritt & Co, res 185 N California. 
*Alexander George, lab, bds 489 Central 

ave. 
Alexander George, nailer U S Wire & 

Nail Works, res 19 Shelby. 
Alexander George M, elk N A Maag, res 

72 Lexington ave. 
Alexander George W, trav agt, res 505 N 

Penn. 
*Alexander Plenry, lab, res 285 Christian 

ave. 
♦Alexander Ida, domestic 218 N Alabama. 
Alexander Jackson, watchman Sinker, Da- 
vis & Co, res 354 S Delaware. 
♦Alexander James, lab car works, res 136 ^ 

W 1st. 
Alexander James M, carp, res 273 Huron. 
Alexander Jefferson, teamster Steinhauer 

& Drotz, res w s Quince 3 s of Prospect. 
♦Alexander John, lab, bds 489 Central 

ave. 
♦Alexander John, lab Coburn & Jones, res 

163 S Tennessee. 
Alexander John T, salesman D Stewart, 

bds 477 N Tennessee. 
Alexander Joseph, carp, res 66 Lexing- 
ton ave. 

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'Patent Solicitors" in classified list. 



^PATENTS 

y U Solicitor of Anaerican and ForGic;n Tatcnts, 16 and 18 
2 CQ Eubbard Eloc;:, Indianapolis, Ind., and Le Droit 
rl ^ Building, opp. U. S. Tatent OGce, 'Washington, 

a. 

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1 ^il Alexander Jose[ih A, carp Jiinji^claus & 
K3^ Schumacher, bds 360 E NewYork. 

r Ph a Alexander Joseph H, elk D Stewart, res 
n -S fl 477 N Tennessee. 

, &P^ Alexander Laura A, bkkpr P Hansen, bds 
H a .fl 66 Lexington ave. 

g S Alexander Laura B, teacher public school 
/-TS ■^^^ '"^' ''*^^ ''"^ Lexington ave. 
H S ujAlexander Maggie J, housekpr 73 W 
Q 5 Q Georgia. 

_. 5*Alexauder Mary, laundress, res 489 Cen- 
U ** tral ave. 

©Alexander Milton K, elk I B& W R K, res 
Q 416 Broadway. 
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II «j Alexander Norton E, conductor J M & I 

14 '^ E R, res 213 N Illinois. 

7\ Alexander Ola V, cashr George Merritt & 

VJ Co, bds 185 N California. 

U ^Alexander Rachael, cook 169 N Illinois. 

fg "^-"Alexander Robert, porter L Hanshaw, res 

" 331 E North. 

•■'Alexander Robert L, lab, res 61 Hosbrook. 
^j^, Alexander Samuel, wool grader George 
/R^^ Merritt & Co, res 6 Minerva. 
"^^^K^Alexander Samuel B, cabinetmkr Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co, res 7^ Concordia. 
Alexander Scott M, cooper Daniel -Bur- 
ton, bds 242 S Mississippi. 
"^'Alexander Stephen, lab, res 12 Elizabeth. 
Alexander Thomas, conductor C H & I Ry, 

bds n w cor State and Michigan aves. 
Alexander Thomas B, finisher, res 7^ Con- 
cordia. 
Alexander Wm A, dentist, bds 397 Vir- 
ginia ave. 
Alexis Brother, Director St Joseph Insti- 

stitute, res 391 Coburn. 
Alt'ord, see also AUford. 

Alford Fremont, lawyer 25 Wright's Mar- 
ket Street block, res 118 Park ave. 
Alford H Albert, rooms 2 Zilar block. 
Alford Thomas A, elk A Kiefer & Co, 

rooms 262 Mass ave. 
Alfor.l Thomas G, elk M O'Connor & Co, 
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Alford Thomas G, principal high school 

No 2, bds 308 E South. 
Alford Wm E, cigars 24 N Meridian, res 

262 Mass ave. 
Alfrey Isaac (Alfrey & Arnold), rooms 150 

Mass ave. 
Alfrey & Arnold (Isaac Alfrey, Wm A E 

Arnold), grocers l-")0 Mass ave. 
Alfree James B, milling engineer Sinker, 

Davis & Co, res 376 S New Jersey. 
Algeo John, elk N Y store, res 20 Te- 

oumseh. 
Algeo Robert; P, elk I B & W Ry, res E 

Woodruff' Place. 
Algeo Samuel, grocer 51 N Alabama, res 

159 N Pine. 
Algire, see Allc/ire. 

Algroves Charles M, notions 551 Broad- 
way, res same. 
Algroves H J M (wid Joseph M), res 551 

Broadway. 
Algroves Marshall L, mach Nordyke & 

Marmon Co, res 551 Broadway. 
Alhand, see also Althand. 
Alhand Charles, finisher Sarven wheel 

wks, bds 274 S Illinois. 
Alhand John, finisher, res 274 S Illinois. 
Alhand John A, lab, res 72 Maple. 
Alhand Lack, boxmkr H Herrmann, res 

247 J S Tennessee. 
Alhand Nellie, seamstress, bds 274 S Illi- 
nois. 
Alig: George, Mngr Indianapolis 

Stove Co 85 and 87 S Meridian, res 44 

Stevens. 
Alig John G, lab, res 44 Stevens. 
Alig Nicholas, lab, res 462 S Missouri. 
Alisch August, J knitting factory, res 159 

Shelby. 
Alisch Frederick, lab, res 22 Orange. 
Alisch Matilda, hosiery mnfr, res 159 

Shelby. 
Alkire Andrew, trav agt Wm Deering & 

Co, res Oxford, Ind. 
Alkire John W, trav agt Wm Deering & 

Co, res 74 W Ohio. 
Allan Abram, lab, bds 91 S Liberty. 
Allands Frank E, elk Feeuey & Farrell, 

res 309 N Mississippi. 
Allardt Mrs Amanda J, res 316^ Virginia 

ave. 
All bright, see also Albright. 
Allbright Edward, elk, bds 272 S West. 
A I lee, see also Alley. 
AUee Kobert J, brakeman C I St L & C Ry, 

res 22 Lexington ave. 
Alice Seth W, mach Indiana Bridge Co, 

res Columbus, Ind. 
AUeg Albert, carp, res 154 Greer. 
Alleman Martha (wid Leonard), res 50 

Benton. 
Allen Mrs Alice, bds 183 Madison ave. 
Allen Ann (wid Hinry), res 832 N I'enn. 



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Allen Annie, dressmkr, bds 183 Madison 

ave. 
Allen Arthur W, elk W H Allen & Co, res 

218 i\ Alabama. ' 
Allen A X, Mngr Indianapolis Fire 

Ins Association, res 119 N New Jersey. 
*Allen Hettie, bds 190 Elizabeth. 
*Allen Branch, driver A B Meyer & Co, 

res lo8 Geisendorf. 
Allen Bryan D, mach G W Hill & Co, res 

414 E Pearl. 
*Allen Calvin, lab, bds rear 141 St Mary. 
Allen Charles, driver J Wells, bds 64 W 

South. 
♦Allen Charles, lab, res rear 36 Central 

ave. 
*Ailen Charles, lab, bds 121 Ft Wayne 

ave. 
Allen Charles, lab, bds 143 Yandes. 
Alien Charles E, trav agt Tanner & Sulli- 
van, res Greencastle, Ind. 
Allen Charles M. painter, res 63 Hoyt ave. 
Allen Charles W, captain hose reel co No 

10, res 176 E Morris. 
*Allen Cyrus jauitor Board of Trade, res 

372 W 2d. 
*Allen D.ivid, lab C Zimmerman & Son, res 

450 S Delaware. 
*Allen David, lab, res .rear 141 St Mary. 
Allen D.ivid H, lather, bds 143 Yandes. . 
Allen Donia, teacher German annex High 

school No 1, bds 132 W Vermont. 
*Allen Edward, lab, res 121 Columbia. 
Allen Kdward S, elk W B Allen & Co, bds 

125 E New York. 
♦Allen Elizabeth, rms 169 Elizabeth. 
Allen Elizabeth (wid Archibald C), bds 20 

E Pratt. 
Allen Ellen, chief cook Insane Hospital. 
Allen Elmer E, butcher, res 580 N West. 
Allen Mrs Emma O, cashr B Schweitzer, 

res 165 N Tennessee. 
Allen Eugene W, train dispatcher C I St 

L & C Ky, res 86 Wood lawn ave. 
Allen Eva, ironer Insane Hospital. 
♦Allen Frances (wid John), res rear 358 

Douglass. 
Allen Frank F, engineer, res 183 Madison 

ave. 
Allen Fredonia, teacher high school, bds 

832 N Penn. 
Allen Gilbert S, photographer A Fear- 
naught, rms 15 Zilar block. 
Allen George, res 134 W Vermont. 
Allen George, driver Eraser's transfer, res 

174 N Pine. 
♦Allen George, lab, res 24 N Pine. 
Allen George H, bds 832 N Penn. 
Allen (iranville G, druggist H C Pomeroy, 

res 300 N Penn. 
Allen Hannah (wid Wm), bds 431 Madi- 
son ave. 
Allen Hannah (wid Wm), bds 176 E 

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*Allen Henry, lab, ret 376 W 2d. r^^^ 

Allen Henry C, lawyer 10 Boston block, ^^^ 

res 874 N A I a bam a . I 

Allen Horace R, National Surgical Insti-^^j 

tute, res 679 N Delaware. ^^3 

Allen Isaac, lab, res 143 Yandes. "^^ 

»Allen Isaac, lab, res 198 W 2.1. IM 

Allen Jacob H, lather, bds 143 Yandes. W Q 
Allen James W, lab Rock wood, Newcoml.h) -n 

&Co, res399 t;entral ave. ** ' 

*Allen Jasper, driver Hunt & Pray, res 393 <} ^ 

Mass ave. 2 r^ 

Allen Jennie, domestic 352 N New Jersey. ^ i^ 
Allen Jennie F, dres-<mkr, bds 143 Yand^^s. ^^ ' 
*Allen Jerome, lab, res rear 269 N Missis- »• ^ 

sippi. g 2 

Allen Jesse J, carp, res 869 N New .Jersey. ^ 2? 
Allen Je.ssie, stulent, bds 249 S New Jersey. Jj |^ 
Allen John, lab Kiugan& Co, bds 58 S Call i-h ^ 

fornia. ^ (/> 

Allen John, mach Atlas works, bds 3is2 _^ 

Martindale ave. g W 

Allen John, plumber, bds 183 Madison ave. m Q 
*Allen John, servant 79 E Pratt. |d ^ 

*Allen John H, porter Union Depot, res ij d^ 

63 Ellen. ^ ' P I" 

Allen John J, plasterer, bds 314 E Market. w 
Allen John R, lumber, res 306 College J^ J^ 

ave. H-- Z 

■Allen Joseph, lab, res 346 W North. § Q 

Allen Joseph H, lab Kingan & Co, res 554 fy* 

W North. O ^ 

Allen J Franklin, carp, bds 300 Blackford, g J^ 
Allen Josiah F, trav freight agt I B & W ^. O 

Ry, bds 94 N Meridian. [jj Q 

*Allen Katie, laundress, bds 812 N Ten qq p^ 

nessee. * ^^ 

Allen Katie, bds 183 Madison ave. ^ 

Allen Laban B, lab Wm L Pyle, bds n w^^ 

cor Manchester and Baltimore. ^^^ 

Allen Lizzie, tailoress, bds 183 Madison ^^^ 



Allen Lottie E, dressmkr, bds 143 Yande.s 
*Allen Luther, lab, bds rear 141 E Si' 

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12 and 15 Thorpe Block. 

Allen Maggie A, tailoress, res 183 Madison 
ave. 

*Allen Martha, doaiectic 422 N Meridian. 

Allen Mary A (wid James S), res 249 S 
New Jersey. 

Allen Melvin S, opr W U Tel Co, 
rms 247 N Tennessee. 

Allen Minnie, attendant Insane Hospital. 

Allen Minnie, res 183 Madison ave. 

Allen Oliver W, with C E Kregelo, res 118 
W Vermont. 

*Allea Powhattaa, lab, res 210 S Tennes- 
see. 

*A]len Kichard, waiter, rms 60 W Market. 

Allen Eobert, trav agt, rms 88 W Ohio. 

Allen Kobert, mach Sinker, Davis & Co, 
bds 213 N Mississippi. 

Allen Robert jr, shet-t iron wkr Sinker & 
Davis, res 213 N Mississippi. 

* A Ilea Rome, lab, res rear 269 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Allen Russell G, trav agt A Burdsal, bds 
Spencer House. 

••■Allen Samuel J, ez pressman, res 10 Athon. 

Alien Mrs Sarah, res Wells (N I). 

*AlIen Sarah, bds rear 38 Central ave, 

Allen Thomas, conductor, res 42} Mass ave. 

*All9a Thomas, hostler, res 812 N Tennes- 
see. 

*AIIen Thomas, lab, res s e cor Tennessee 
and 20th (N I). 

*A13en Thomas, porter S E Mo/an, res 177 
S Illinois. 

Allen Thomas C, bds 495 College ave. 

Allen Thomas C, tel opr Union Ry Co. 

Allen Thomas J, \vaiter H Smith, res 19 
N Illinois. 

Allen Wilbur B(WB Allen & Co), res 125 E 
New York. 

*Al!en Wm, lab, res rear 804 N West. 

Allen Wm C, elk, bds 280 N New Jersey. 

Allen Wm E, filler W Kautsky, bds 176 E 
Morris. 

Allen Wm H (W H Allen & Co), res 218 N 
Alabama. 

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»Allen Wm H, lab, res 200 W 2d. 

Allen Wm J, car inspector W St L & P 
Ry, res 414 E Pearl. 

ABlem T^ B <& C© (Wilbur B Allen 
Garland R Stewart), Wholesale Lumber 
and Coal 46 S Illinois. 

Allen W H & Co (Wm H Allen), druggists 
50 N Penn. 

Allen & JoS&nson (Horace RAllen» 
Wm P Johnson), Proprs National Sur- 
gical Institute n e cor Illinois and Geor- 
gia. 

AUender Abram, mach C St L & P Ry. 

Aller Benjamin, bds 404 E Michigan. 

Aller Marshall T, painter Bee Line shops, 
res 161 Columbia ave. 

Allerdice Joaepln (Agft), Pres In- 
dianapolis Abattior Co and Dealer in 
Hides, Wool, Pelts, Furs and Tallow 202 
and 206 S Meridian, res 174 Woodlawn 
ave ; Telephone 644. 

AUerman Henry, hostler Schnull & Krag^ 
res 232 W Pearl. 

Allerton Joseph, lab, bds 52 Summit. 

Alley, see also Allee. 

Alley Enoch L, painter Bee Line shops, re» 
203 N Pine. 

Alley Frank B, engineer C I St L & C Ry, 
res 110 Spann ave. 

Alley Mitchell, brakemaa C I St L & C 
Ry, bds 170 Harrison. 

Alley Rebecca (wid David), bds 258 S East. 

All ford, see Alford. 

Allgeier Lafayette, driver ? O Keeffe, rms 
202 W Washington. 

Allgeier Simon, cabinetmkr H Recker A 
Co, res 508 E Georgia. 

Allgire, see also Algire. 

Allgire Amon R, res 619 N Illinois. 

Allgire James R, mach Indianapolis Veneer 
Works, res 152 Clifford ave. 

Allgire Joseph B, elk, res 479 Central ave. 

Allgire Martha C, bds 619 N Illinois. 

Allgire Mary F, elk Plymouth Church, 
bds 619 N Illinois. 

Allgood George W, hackdriver J Lewark, 
res 77^ S Illinois. 

Allhand, see Alhand. 

AUinder Charles, mach Nordyke&Marmon 
Co, res 46 Hadley ave (W I). 

Allinder Samuel, mach Nordyke & Mar- 
mon Co, res 46 Hadley ave (W I). 

Allis Elizabeth, elk, bds 35 Bradshaw. 

All is George F, molder, bds 35 Bradshaw. 

Allis Thomas, lab, res 35 Bradshaw. 

Allison, see also Ellison. 

Allison A Orion, elk H C Allison, bds 79 
Fletcher ave. 

Allison A P, brakeman, bds 315 E Wash- 
ington. 

Allison Charles, bds 161 Christian ave. 

Allison Edwin C, elk H C Allison, bds 79 
Fletcher ave. 



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Allison Ernest H, elk Earl Reid, res 81 
Woodlawn ave. 

Allison George M, lab, bds 233 W Wash- 
ington. 

Allison Harvey C, grocer 200 S Pine, res 79 
Fletcher ave. 

Allison Hout, bartender I Johnson, bds 
Belmont ave and I B & W By. 

Allison James A, asst shipping elk Udell 
works, bds C E Ferrell (N I). 

Allison James B, photographer, res 161 
Christian ave. 

Allison James W, lab, bds 233 W Wash- 
ington. 

Allison John A, trav agt G R Wysong &Co, 
res 365 College ave. 

Allison John G, wheelmkr Ind wheel works, 
bds 233 W Washington. 

Allison Nathaniel L, printer W A Patton, 
res 168 E Market. 

Allison Nelson, coffee roaster H H Lee, 
res 426 S East. 

Allison Noah S pres and mngr Am Coll 
and Rept Ass'n, res 397 N Alabama. 

Allison Rhoda, domestic 26 8 West. 

Allison Robert A, agt Willimantic Linen 
Co, res 492 N Tennessee. 

Alliaort Wm, switchman, bds 315 E Wash- 
ington. 

Allison Wm D (Roberts & Allison), res 
325 S East. 

Allison >Vm J, lab Ind wheel works, res 
2.33 W Washington. 

Aj320(T52n ^Wrm T, Dentist 66J N Penn, 
reo 448 Brcadv/^ay. 

Allison W VY, trav agt F R Jennings. 

Allmaa Hasian B, cashier John Schaffner 
& Co, rea 334 E Ohio. 

Alloways Anna L, elk Cathcart, Cleland 
& Co, res 109 E 3t Joseph. 

Alloways Jamea M, shoes 8^ E Washing- 
ton, res 109 E St Joseph. 

AlJowita Harris, lab Henry Marks, res 263 
S Delaware. 

AHred Edward, tinner Tanner & Sullivan, 
bds 752 N Illinois. 

Allred Fannie (wid Garretsoa W), res 752 
N Illinois. 

AUred Frank, seamstress, bds 752 N Illi- 
nois. 

Allred Zatie, bds 298 Bellefontaine. 

Allred Millford, seamstress, bds 752 N 
luinois. 

Allred V/ra, tinner Tanner & Sullivan, res 
298 Bellefontaine. 

Allstait John W, teamster, res 39 Eliz- 
abeth. 

Allstatt Wm M, lab F M Archdeacon, bds 
39 Elisp.bfcih. 

Almond Saoa A, trav agt, res 332 W Ver- 
mont. 

Alpliinalp Maggie, domestic 814 N Ala- 
bama. 

Alsmeyer Henry, lab, res 133 Linden. 



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Alsmeyer John, teamster Christian Sum- ' I j 

merlad, bds same. ^^ 

Alsop Thomas V, bill poster John Ed 

wards, res 195 N East. 
Alspaugh Sarah (wid Jacob), res Irvington. 
Alston Maud, dressmkr, bds 132 N Ten- Up4 

nessee. ^ 

Alt, see also Auli. 

Alt Barbara (wid John), res 280 Spring. 
Althermer Flora, domestic 298 N Dela- 
ware. 
Althoff Felix, fireman Bates House. 
Althouse Isaac, edge tool mnfr 191 S Mer 

idian, res 348 S New Jersey. 
A Itl and,. see afeo ^4 w Wand. ] 

Altland Hiram, lab. res 92 Columbia ave. i 
Altland Lou, stitcher Barnett & Elliott i 

Shoe Co, res 33 Broadway. 
Altland Mary C, teacher public school No J 

2, bds 33 Broadway. 
Altland Samuel H, elk, res 555 N West. 
Altland Sarah, res 33 Broadway. 
Altland Titus, pressman Carlon & Hollen-j 

beck, res 33 Broadway. ^ I 

Altland Wm L, trav agt, bds .33 Broadway 3^1 
Altmann Frank, lab Belt R R, bds w Sj^nia^ 

Madison road 1 n of Raymond. ^ ^^ 

Altmann Herman, saloon 42 Virginia ave,^^^ 

res same. ——i m 

Altmann Herman, lab Belt R R, res w s^Sa 

Madison road I n of Raymond. S^n 

Alton G, lab Sarven wheel works. 
Altvater Otto B, mach C St L & P Ry, bds « t^ 

732 E Washington. s^ £2 

Alvey Edward P, bkkpr Levey Bros & Co, ^ g 

res 141 N Alabama. q t^ 

Alvey James H, bkkpr Hendrickson, Lefler "^ *• 

& Co, bds 141 N Alabama. g » 

Alvey James S, elk A J Myers, bds 141 Ni^ g.| 

Alabama. ^ ft 

Alvin P C, attendant Insane Hospital. 3 ^^ 
Alvis James C, elk D J Baker, res 938 N ^ •"£ 

Alabama. t? c-j 

Alvis Luther M, hostler St Ry Co, res 5|^ ^^4 

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Alward Wm, lab, res 188 Maple. 

Alyea Ida P, domestic 413 E Washington. 

Alyea Mary J (wid John), res 413 E 

Washington. 
Amack Anna (wid Samuel), res 170 E Ver- 
mont. 
Amack Pearl, stenographer, bds 170 E Ver- 
mont. 
Amacker Melchior, lab, res Ray Honse. 
Aman Frederick G, horseshoer 123 Indi- 
ana ave, res Slj same. 
Amann Frederick A,mach Steel Pulley & 

^ Machine wks, bds 160 S Delaware. 

^ "^^ Amberg Albert, elk, bds 71 Oak. 
a ^M ^'^'^^'"g Susan (wid Charles), res 71 Oak. 
« E=*. Ambrose Fannie E, bds 700 N West. 
^ ^^ Ambrose George W, lab, res 147 W South. 
^ ^ Ambrose John, helper W Noble. 
« ^S Ambrose John M, switchman, res 224 S 
^ it^ West. 

•5S Ambrose Mary, seamstress C B Cones Sons 
^ & Co, bds 147 W South. 

Ambrose Maurice, engineer C C C & I Ey, 
res 251 Bates. 
g^ Ambrose Robert, switchman C St L & P 
^ Ry, bds 251 Bates. 

Ambrose Sylvester, foreman Belt R R, res 
*- ■ - ' w s Judge Harding 4 n of Miller ( W I). 
Ambiihl Abraham, elk Jacob Cabalzar, bds 
r^ 612 S Meridian. 

y^ -^ Ambuhl John, lab street car stables, bds 
j^^^ 419 Ash. 
r < American Collecting & Reporting Asso- 

O elation, N S Allison pres and mngr, W S 
Smith sec'y, 30^ W Washington. 
^^^^ American Express Co, Edward 
^^ ■^- W Sloane Supt, 3 W Washington and 14 

>0 S Meridian. 
0|^ American Express Co, stable 174 and 176 

^^ W Georgia. 
L^^ American Loan Office, Joseph Mayer & Co 
2^^2 P'^oprs, 29 S Illinois. 

^American Paper B<>x Factory, Wm A Ford 
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American Paper Pulley Co, 

W E KoL-kwooii, H C Newcomb Proprs, 
180 to 190 S Penn ; Telephone 944. {See 
It ft Hide line-'.) 
American Specialty Co, Mnfrs 
Hardware Specialties, Wm C Divilbiss, 
General Agt, 29 W Ohio. 
Ames Almon S, insurance, res 192 Ash. 
Ames Lizzie, teacher public school No 4, 

bds 293 N Meridian. 
Ames M E Church, cor Union and Madison 

ave. 
Amiet Ernest, printer Indiana Tribune, 

res 269 S Alabama. 
Ammerman Stephen, waiter Klepfer Bros, 

rms 156 W Washington. 
Ammons John H, foreman I D & S 

freight house, bds 144 N Illinois. 
Amos. Anna, bds 209 Douglass. 
Amos Bertram, elk W A Echols, bds 107 

Brookside ave. 
Amos Henry, flour and feed 21 Oriental, 

res 23 same. 
Amos Henry C, tailor, res 21 Oriental. 
Amos IsMsc N (Shearer & Amos), res 107 

Brookside ave. 
Amos James, watchman, C E Getsendorff 

& Co, res 39 Blake. 
Amos John C, mach Chandler & Taylor, 

bds 19 Blake. 
Amos Samuel, mach Atlas works. 
Amos Thomas D (T D Amos & Son), res 

302 E North. 
Amos T D & Son (Thomas D and Wm J), 

grocers 302 E North. 
Amos Wm H, brickmkr, res Pruitt (Oak 

Hill). 
Amos Wm J (T D Amos & Son), res 302 E 

North. 
Amschler Frederick, trunkmkr D Kahn, 

res 475 S Meridian. 
Amsden Chirles E, trav agt J R Ross & 

Co, res Waldron, Ind. 
Amsden 'Elizabeth, domestic 150 N New 

Jersey. 
Ami George, elk J S Surbey, bds 229 E 

South. 
Amthor Emma, domestic 69 S Noble. 
Amthor Frederick, butcher, bds 69 S Noble. 
Amthor Wm L (Hardy & Amthor), res 59 

Lexington ave. 
Anaoker George, lab car wks, bds 195 

Hadley ave(W I). 
An acker .Tohn, lab car wks, res 195 Hadley 

ave (W I). 
Anderegg Charles Yj, elk Ind wheel wks, 

bds 562 NJMississippi. 
Anderigg Christian (Indianapolis Wheel 

Co), r»s 562 N Mississippi. 
Anderegg Joim A, conductor C I StL & C 

R R, res 326 N New Jersey. 
Anderson Addie N (wid Owen), boarding 

house 84 E Ohio, res same. 
Ander.son A I bert C, engineer, bds 36 Torbet. 



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Aniierson Annie, domestio. 612 N Tennes- 
see. 

Anderson Acqnilla, res 62 N State ave. 

Anderson Artliur A, sec'y Citizens' St Ey 
Co, res 87 Pern. 

Anderson Belle, rms 224 E Market. 

Anderson Beulah B (wid Samuel), bds 310 
N California. 

Anderson Caroline (wid Henry S), res 71 
Peru. 

Anderson Carrie E, elk E W Vance & Co, 
res 85 Church. 

Anderson Catherine (wid Ebner), board- 
ing house 726 E Market. 

Anderson Charles, carp 28 N New Jersey, 
res same. 

Anderson Clarence C, elk W F Kling & Co, 
bds 97 Spann ave. 

Anderson David, vet surgeon 233 E Wash- 
ington, rms s;\me. 

Anderson David G, carp, res 70 Indiana 
ave. 

Anderson Edwin L, canceler P O, bds 132 
N Tennessee. 

Anderson Eli W (Wells & Anderson), bds 
701 N Alabama. 

Anderson Mrs Elizabeth, bds 23 Chadwick. 

Anderson Fiilelia, teacher high school >io 
1, bds 293 N Delaware. 

*Anilerson Frank, lab Wm F Piel, res s s 
Eiymond 3 w of Meridian. 

Anderson George, carp, res 185 E Market. 

Anderson George, lab, bds 62 N Slate ave. 

Anderson George, lab, res 3S() S West. 

Anderson George P, (Hoagland & Ander- 
son), sec'y Crown Hill Cemetery, res 85 
E Pratt. 

Anderson George T, foreman Indianapolis 
car works, res 124 Olive. 

Aniierson Grant, lab, bds 62 N State ave. 

*An(lerson Hamilton, cook Wm II June's 
restaurant, res 347 N California. 

Anderson Harvey, pedler, res 13G Hos- 
brook. 

Anderson Hattie, seamstress, res 158^ W 
Washington. 

Anderson Henry, egg packer Parrott & 
Taggart, res 177 E Market. 

*An(le!Son Henry, lab I P Evans & Co, res 
267 N East. 

Anderson Lla E, teacher public school No 
26, bds 71 Ptru. 

Aniierson Iiia. dressmkr M Layland, bds 

522 Belleiontaine. 
Anderson James, egg packer J R Budd, bds 

177 E Market. 
* Anderson James, porter J G Kline, res 

267 N East. 
Anderson James B, carp 701 N Alabama, 

res same. 
Anderson James E, physician 127 8 Illi- 
nois, res 287 P] South. 
Anderson James S.sec'y Mason's Union Life 
Association, res 931 N Ilinois. 



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Anderson James T, trav agt, res 781 N Del 

aware. 
Anderson James T Jr, trav agt Hanson 

Van Camp Co, res 28 Hall Place. 
Anderson Jessie, elk Woodburn-Sarven >■■■ >. 

wheel wks, bils 71 Pern. v, ^ 

Anderson John, brakeman I D & S Ry, res 92 

Bloomington (W I). 
Anderson John, mason, res 750 N West 
Anderson John, jelly mkr Van Camp Pack- T ~ ] 

ing Co, bds 3«U S'West. lI^S 

rson John, lab Sarven wheel wks, res , ] 

JeflTerson ave 1 e of Reid. |"'^'j 

Anderson John A, lab, res 267 N Noble. '^ -* 
Anderson John B, cigars 43 Mass ave, res 

same. 
Anderson John F, elk H Ryan, bds 136. 

H OS brook. 
Anderson John H, mach C St L & P Ry, res (""^ 

97 Spann ave. \,m^ 

Anderson John J, elk W D Peck, bds 25) 

(jregg. 
Anderson John R, barber John A Bass, 

bds 265 Fletcher ave. 
Anderson John T, boilermkr W Noble, res ' 

85 Church. L/J 

Anderson John W, cooper Kingan & Co, 

res 3 Margaret. f^"^ 

*Anderson Joseph, lab, res w s Spice Lanev^ -2 

(Oak Him. _ C"^ 

Anderson J Newell, elk Browning & Sloan, \^,a^ 

rms 7 E Washington. " 

Anderson J Will, printer Journal, bds 97 

VV Vermont. p:» 

Anderson Louisa, bds 136 Hoshrook. P 

Anderson Mads P, expressman, bds 371 S C'3 2 

East. * > M, 

Anderson Maggie, teacher, bds 185 E Mar- <^ ^ 

ket. ^ c+ 

Anderson Martin C, plasterer, res 43 Iloyt Hi ^ 

ave. hi ffl 

*Anderson Mrs Mary, cook, res rear 222 E t"^ qj 

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Anderson May (wid Marcus L), res 125 E h^* ^-^ 

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KCrcataract I^eus a. Specialty. 



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CLEMENS VONNEGUT FonndryiMacMaMs'S^spplies. 

184 and 186 East Washington Street. Tanite Emery Wheels and Grinding nachinery. 



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M W ^Anderson Mary (wid George), cook, rms 
^ ^ 103 S New Jersey. 
^ i-H Anderson Mary (wid James), bds 466 E 

W^^ Georgia. 

Anderson Mary, seamstress, bds 85 Church, 
Anderson Mary C, domestic, bds 175 E 
V, , .' Merrill. 

^Anderson Mary J (wid Elijah), res 49 

Hosbrook. 
[Anderson Matthew, mach Bee Line shops, 
I res Gale, Brightwood. 
[Anderson Nannie A (wid Owen), res 84 E 

« ■ Anderson Nelson, roaster H H Lee, res 426 
,^1^ S East. 

Anderson Rasmus, tailor, res 74 E Pearl. 
* #■— Anderson Robert, cook, res 33 Catherine. 
CD Anderson Robert, lab, res 242 W Market. 
^Anderson Robert C, bricklayer, rms 73 N 
g— ^ Alabama. 

O Anderson Robert C, brakeman C I St L & 
C Ry, bds 40 English ave. 
Anderson Robert G, boilermkr Sinker, 
^__ Davis & Co, res 5 Carlos. 
^2 -Anderson Robert T, pastor Zion M E 
^J Church, res 356 Blackford. 
{ ^ '-Anderson Samuel, janitor Citv Hospital. 
CC5-^°^^''s<'° Samuel, lab Kingan & Co, res 47 
fc— Elizabeth. 

5^3 Anderson Rev Samuel F, pastor Califor- 
Q/^ nia street M E Church, res 310 N Cali- 
f^M fornia. 
_^^? Anderson Sarah (wid Isaac), bds w s Schur- 
man ave (N I). 
^^^ Anderson Sherman, lab M J Osgood, bds 
I 62 N State ave. 

Anderson Stephen, grocer 427 Lexington 
J^^^ ave, res same. 
^ ^^ Anderson Thomas, carp, res 354 N West, 
fyj Inderson Wm, elk, bds 177 E Market. 
^^ '^Anderson Wm, driver Shellhouse &Co, res 
33 Catharine. 
^^ Anderson Wm, teamster, res 105 Bradshaw. 
,"2^ Anderson "Wm C, Abstracts of 
I Title 86 E Market, res 390 N Delaware. 

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Anderson Wm O (Hubbard & Anderson), 

res 804 N Tennessee. 
Anderson Willis, driver Stout & Bannister, 

res s s Bradshaw 2 w of Virginia ave. 
Anderson W R, helper C St L & P Ry. 
Anding John H, packer Kipp Bros, res 

Woodside 2 m e of city limits. 
Andler Frederick A, carriage trimmer G 

W Miller & Co, res 420 E St Clair. 
Andre Susanna, domestic 615 N Penn. 
Andre Wilhelmine (wid John), res 326 E 

New York. 
Andrew Brother, teacher St John's school, 

res 74 W Georgia. 
Andrew John B, res 264 E Morris. 
Andrew Margaret, bds 264 E Morris. 
Andrew Richard H, watchman, res 114 

Brookside ave. 
Andrews Alfred A, cigarmkr A H Frank, 

res 155 Shelby. 
Andre-ws A EI «& C© of Chicago 

School Furniture, J S Smith Supt of 

Sales, 24 S Peun. 
Andrews Charles E (E C Andrev/s & Co), 

bds s e cor Merrill and Alabama. 
Andrews Edgar C (E C Andrews & Co), res 

60 Kansas. 
Andrews E C & Co (Edgar C and Charles 

E Andrews), soap ranfrs 617 S West. 
Andrews Eliza B (wid Wm), bds 161 Park 

ave. 
Andrews Emma, domestic 655 N Delaware. 
Andrews Frank, publisher, res 172^ E 

Washington. 
Andrews George M, elk U S Encaustic Tile 

works, res 378 W 2d. 
Andrews Mrs Josephine, res 805 N Tennes- 
see. 
Andrews J, lab, St Ry Co. 
Andrews Minnie, res 167 W Maryland. 
Andrews, Morgan, molder car works, res 

514 S West. 
Andrews Robert, lab, res 514 S West. 
Andrews Sarah B (wid Edwin H), bds 18 

E Pratt. 
"•'-Andrews Susan (wid George), res 742 N 

West. 
^Andrews Thomas, driver G F Branham, 

res 250 Wabash. 
Andrews Wm H, asst supt Metropolitan 

Life Ins Co of N Y, res 172 Dougherty. 
Andrews Wm H, elk E C Andrews & Co, 

res 68 Kansas. 
Andrus Caroline (wid Joseph), res 445 

Broadway. 
Aneshaensel Charles, res 55 Union. 
Aneshaensel Charles jr (Aneshaensel & 

Strong), res 55 Union. 
Aneshaensel Julius, mach S Meridian street 

planing mill, res 11 Carlos. 
Aneshaensel Otto, plumber Aneshaensel & 

Strong, res 55 Union. 
Aneshaensel Walter, salesman Fahnley & 

McCrea, res 162 N Noble. 



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No. 1 IVcst AVasliInpton Street, ^^^ 

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Anthes Kate L, teacher public school No ^ 

12, bds 590 S New Jersey. ^^ 

Anthony Ann C (wid Joshua), bds 146 ^ ] 

Minerva. F^H 

Anthony p]manuel, physician 90 Mass ave, ^^ 

res 299 N New Jersey. L^ 

Anthony Florence, spooler cotton mill, bds bo^ 

146 Minerva. |^ 

Anthony Francis M, bds 224 Douglass. kg^J 

Anthony Grove, student, bds 299 N New PJ 

Jersey. ^^^ 

Anthony John H, special examiner U S fjj 

Pension Bureau P O bldg, res 253 N ^*^-* 

Mississippi. < — *~— \ 

Anthony Margaret (wid Joseph), res 408 ^.-, ,j 

W Pratt, '^ CO 

AnthonySister Mary, artist St John's Acad- ^ 0) 

emy. g: P 

Antrobus Charles, lab Wood & Smith, res S P 

2 Ray. | ^ 

Antrobus John B, lab Wood & Smith, res -^ ^ 

2 Ray. B 00 

Aperson Mary, seamstress, bds 26^ Mass i* ^ 

ave. ^J g^ 

Appel ID Fred, General Agent New g JS 

England Mutual Life Insurance Com- ? g* 

pany 10 When block, res 340 N Merid ^ 2. 

iaa. «, ^ 

Appel Edward, tailor L Mueller, bds Fyle • [> 

House. o ^ 

Appel Henry, lab Nordyke & Marmon Co, g P 

res ss Morris 6 e of Belmont ave (W I). «— ^^— .< 
Appel John J (Gregory & Appel), res 314 

College ave. IT^ 

Appel Joseph S, elk G W Vansickle, res 61 V*^ 

Clifford ave. C^^ 

Appel Wm F, foreman, rms 20^ N Dela- /^ 

ware. Vjf 

Appersbach, see Aippersbach. j^ 

Apple Frank, brakeman Bee Line, bds pm^ 

Brightwood. >^ 

AppSetoy's House FurnSslains ►^ 

Store, 100 N Illinois cor Ohio. 

Appleby Robert (W J & R Appleby), res ^m^ 

68 W New York. L 

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SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ^ 

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28 Shelby Street. Telephone 158. Q^ 



Aneshaensel &. Stroni^ (Charles 
Aueshaensel Jr, Wm Strong), Plumbing, 
Steam and Gas Fitting 91 N Penn ; Tel- 
ephone 850. (See corner cards. ) 

Angerich August, lab, bds Francis Berg- 
mann. 

Angdahl Alfred, mach Nordyke & Mar- 
mon Co, res 20 Mulberry. 

Angle Abel R, conductor, res 325 N Illinois. 

Angle Charles H, elk I B & W Ry, res 325 
N Illinois. 

Angus James G, vice pres Ind Sick and 
Burial Ass'n. bds 18 Indiana ave. 

Ankenbrock Bros (Henry and 
Frank), Dealers in Staple and Fancy 
Groceries 150 Blake cor New York. 

Ankenbrock Frank (Ankenbrock Bros), 
rms 142 Blake. 

Ankenbrock Henry (Ankenbrock Bros), 
res 415 W New York. 

Ankenbrock Henry H, res 355 S Delaware. 

Ankenbrock Joseph, trav agt M O'Connor 
& Co, bds 355 S Delaware. 

Ankenbrock Wm, grocer 355 S Delaware, 
res same. 

Ankeney Jacob, bds 202 E Market. 

Ankeney Sarah, bds 202 E Market. 

Annabil Mrs Anna M, clairvoyant 125 E 
Maryland, res same. 

Annabil Ira M, second hand goods 125 E 
Maryland, res same. 

Anness Mrs Alice, res 150 Madison ave. 

■*Annison George W, gardener, res n s W 
10th 2 e of Michigan road. 

Ansberry Richard J, lab, res 114 Daugh- 
erty. 

Anschuetz Edward, cigar mnfr 608 Vir- 
ginia ave, res same. 

Anchuetz Gustave, finisher Sinker, Davis 
& Co, res 7 Buchanan. 

Anschuetz Gustave jr, cigarmkr Edward 
Anschuetz, res 7 Buchanan. 

Anschuetz Mary, tailoress Joseph Esebett, 
bds 7 Buchanan. 

Ansalm George, lab, res Haughville. 

Anselm Joseph, lab I P Evans & Co, res 6 
Smithson. 

Anselm Louise E, dressmkr M Lay- 
land, res 6 Laurel. 

Anstis Wm J, barkpr S Moran, res 242^ 
S Meridian. 

Ante Jacob, mach Hetherington & Ber- 
ner, res 414 S Illinois. 

Ante Jacob jr, mach car works, bds 414 S 
Illinois. 

Ante Louis (Teckenbrock & Ante), res 432 

S Meridian. 
Ante Wm, sawmkr Atkins saw works, bds 

414 S Illinois. 
Anterelli Luigi, saloon 306 E Washing- 
ton, res same. 

Anthes Jacob, lab J Grosch, res 500 S New 
Jersey. 



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66 N. Pennsylvania St. 

H. W. TuTEWiLER, Manager. 
Telephone 411. Open day and night. 



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\J ^'Iz Offioen, T?nnmB Ifi 4 IgHnhbird Black. Cor. 'Washington 
r^ :r: ^H and Mei-idian Sts., Indianapolis, Ind., nnd T.e Droit 
K^ 3'/: Buildinj;. opn. XT. S. Patent Office, Washington, D. C. 
t< Ph ^ Pee Advertisement under head of "Patent Holicltors" 
jri S3 g: la clasaifivd list. 
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gr ^ '^Appleby Robert F, elk L H Eenkert, rms 

^c« 100 N Illinois. 

P .2 tJ Appleby Sarah E (wid Kobert), bds 565 N 

O S§ West. 

O < St Appleby Wm J (W J& E Appleby), bds88 

t> "^"^ N Illinois. 

g: J Appleby W J&E (Wm J & Eobert), house 

M 3 furnishing lOO JN Illinois. 

y Applegate Aaron, attendant Insane Hos- 

y pital. 

^ , Applegate Augustns W, elk W B Burford, 

^—*^ res 121 W New York. 

A ^A Applegate A J, livery 270 W Washington, 

\^ ^ res Perkinsville, Ind. 

^p^^ Applegate Berg (Severin, Ostermeyer & 

|^£i— Co), res 274 N New Jersey. 

_ B Applegate Edgard T, elk W B Burford, res 

^jyi 318 N Alabama. 

Q Applegate Elsie, bds 129 Peru. 
Applegate Hannah, domestic 327 College 
ave. 
Z Applegate Kate, teacher, res 129 Peru. 
Applegate Stella, nurse Flower Mission 
iMTT-i, Training School for Nurses, res City 
^ Hospital. 

O""^ Applegate Wm H, elk M S Davis, bds 28 
Central ave. 
Appling Frederick, shoemkr Barnett & 
n Elliot Shoe Co, res 24 Georgia. 

BjBk Arandt August, bhoemkr 239 E Morris, 
"""^ res same. 

>SVv Arbuckle Alexander H, letter carrier P O, 
'- ^-y res 133 N Penn. 

Art)uckle Charles A, druggist, bds 75 

Yandes. 
Arbuckle George, res 2 Miller block. 
Arbuckle George W, blksmith Bee Line 

shops, res 135 Peru. 
Arbuckle Lou (wid Wm E). res 90 Deloss. 
I Arbuckle Luciuda (wid Wm E), res 82 

Stevens. 

™"" Arbuckle Luella, res 166 Eliznbeth. 

Z Arbuckle Samuel S, blksmith I D&S 
car shops, res 184 Douglass. 

^ ^ Their Friends and Neighbors trade at the 
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Arbuckle Sarah S (wid Samuel), res 75 

Yandes. 
Arbuckle Wm E, engineer, res 75 Yandes. 
Arcade Flouring Mills, Blan- 

ton, Watson & Co Proprs, 200 \V Mary- 
land. 
Arclideacotx Frank 91, Mnfr 

Pickles. Vinegar, Etc 276 W Washington,. 

res 1093 N Teunet-see; Telephone 325. 
Archdeacon Wm, mngr F M Archdeacon, 

res 1093 N Tennessee. 
Archer Alexander M, forman Capital Citj 

Planing Mill, res 34 Brookside ave. 
*Archer Henry, coachman 356 N Alabama, 
Archibald Bernhard J, grocer n e cor 

Michigan road and 7th, res same. 
Ard George W, lab, res 444 S Missouri. 
Ardist E D, lab Belt E E. 
Arens, see also Ahrens. 
Arens Ada J, dressmkr 15 to 19 37| W 

Washington, res same. 
Arens Frank. J (Arens & Koeniger), 

Saloon 101 S Illinois, res 35 Coburn. 
Arens Samuel, elk L E Morrison, res 6 

Thompson block. 
Arens & Koenigfer (Frank J 

Arens, John M Koeniger). Sample Eoom 

60 N Delaware opp City Hall. 
Argubright David P, agt Baird & Dillon, 

bds St Charles Hotel. 
Ark The, F A Fish publr 9 Vance block. 
Armacost Aaron, carp, res n s Ludlow 

Lane 2 e Hillside ave (Oak Hill). 
Armacross Mary (wid Ellis), domestic 325 

S Meridian. 
Armaker Michael, lab Indpls Eoiling Mill 

Co, res cor 3d and Delaware. 
Armantrout Harvey J, trav agt, rms 450 

Mass ave. 
Armbruster James, brakeman C I St L & 

C Ey, bds 99 Benton. 
Armbruster John J, bkkpr J Bailie, res 

79SWtst. 
Armbruster John J, molder W Helfen- 

berger & Co, bds 79 S West. 
Armel Albert, switch tender C I St L & C 

Ry, res s e cor Spruce and Woodlawn ave. 
Armer Albert W, lab Acme Milling Co, 

r«s 240.} S Meridian. 
Armer Austin, lab Globe Excelsior works, 

bds 240^ S xMeridian. 
Armer Elmer, coremkr car works, res 240J 

S Meridian. 
Armer Flora B, dressmkr, res 240^ S Me- 

riilian. 
Armitage James, elk F Young, res 85 N 

New Jersey. 
Armitage James H, driver E B Lehman, 

res 85 N New Jersey. 
Armitage Wm, paper hanger, bds 85 N New 

Jersey. 
Armitstead James C, lab Indiana Bridge 

Co, res 19 Riddle. 



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Office, ni When Block, Oppcite Tost Office. 
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Armstead James II, carp G F Eranham, 
res 432 E St Clair. 

Armsteiu Aurelia, domestic 577 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Armstrong Albert A, lab Kingan & Co, 
bds 287^ E Washington. 

Armstrong Alice (wid George), res 310 S 
Penn. 

Armstrong Ann (wid Wm), bds 263 S Mer- 
idian. 

Armstrong Benjamin, brakeman, bds 72 
Maple. 

Armstrong Benjamin F, barkpr Morgan & 
Qninn, bds 72 Maple. 

Armstrong Cora, elk D J Dimock, bds 32 
Union. 

Armstrong Edwin J (Indianapolis Ice Co), 
res Michigan road opp cemetery (N I). 

Armstrong Eward, carp, res rear 80 W 
12th. 

Armstrong Frank, horse trainer Dr Grei- 
ner, bds same. 

Armstrong Frank, with Armstrong & But- 
terfield, bds 258 N East. 

Armstrong Frank W, ins agt 62 W Market, 
res 120 Park ave. 

Armstrong George O, elk E.xcelsior Steam 
Laundry, rms 90 S Mississippi. 

Armstrong George W jr (D H Baldwin & 
Co), res Cincinnati, O. 

Armstrong Henry (.Armstrong & Butter- 
field), bds 118 W Maryland. 

Armstrong Henry, saloon 77 S West, res 
72 same. 

Armstrong Isabella (wid Henry), res 258 
N East. 

Armstrong James W (Indianapolis Ice Co), 
res 837 N Tennessee. 

Armstrong John, farmer, res Michigan 
road opp Crown Hill (N I). 

Armstrong John R, pipe fitter Knight & 
Jillson, res 122 Virginia ave. 

Armstrong John S, painter, res 40 Grant. 

Armstrong Keziah H (wid Rev Wm), res 
66 Arch. 

^Armstrong Mary, bds rear 328 N Illinois. 

Armstrong Mary (wid Charles W), res 91 
Beeler. 

Armstrong Robert B, sawyer, res 280 Brook- 
side ave. 

Armstrong Robert M, elk Kantrowitz Bros, 
res 34 Oriental. 

Armstrong Seigle M, foreman Excelsior 
Steam Laundry, bds 90 S Mississippi. 

Armstrong Sue, elk, bds 211 Huron. 

Armstrong Thomas D, postal elk, res 83 
Park ave. 

Armstrong: Xfaomas t,. Veteri- 
nary Central Live Stock Insurance Com- 
pany of Indiana, 25 Circle, bds Circle 
House. {See left side lines ) 

*Armstrong Wm, res 3 Rhode Island. 

Armstrong Wm, sawyer M and C Union, 
res 133 W 6th. 



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149 S. Alabama. 



Telephone 7'.)'). 

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ZIT OKN NTRDKIGSTKN PREISEN. 

Armstrong \ . m J, engineer L N A & C Ry, 

bds 263 S Meridian. 
Armstrong &, Butterfield (Henry Arm- 
strong, Cyrus S Butterfield). cigars 57 W 

Washington. 
Arn Frederick J, engineer I BitWRy,! 

res 20 Henry. I 

Arndt Charles II, bailiff room 2 Superior! 

Court, rms 514 Broadway. I 

Arnholter Frederick W, saddler 169 Wj 

Washington, res 504 S New Jersey. 
Arnholter Henry, harnessmkr 578 Virginia 

ave, res same. 
Arnika Christian, carp car works, bds 172 

S Illinois. 
Arnold Abraham R, lab Atlas works, 

bds 340 Hillside ave. 
Arnold Abram M, engineer, res 624 Home 

ave. 
Arnold Annie, domestic 488 Park ave. 
Arnold Annie, help F R Jennings, res 52 

McGinnis. 
Arnold Arthur, fireman I B & W Ry, res 

34 State (W I). 
Arnold Barbara, res 50 McGinnis. 
Arnold Charles, painter. P C & St L Rv. 
Arnold Charles, teamster, res s s Legrand ' 

2 e of Bovd. 
Arnold Charles H, elk G L W Mack, res 

142 S East. 
Arnold Clara, domestic Enterprise Hotel. 
Arnold Dudley, painter, bds 142 S East. 
Arnold Ella, bds 916 N New Jersey. 
Arnold Frank, lab A Jordan, res 52 Mc- 
Ginnis. 
Arnold George S, delivery elk Am Ex Co, 

bds 6& W 6th. 
Arnold George S, trav agt, res 33 Wood- 
lawn ave. 
Arnold Herman (Matzke & Arnold), bds 

146 Prospect. 
Arnold James C, painter C St L & P Ry, 

bds 59 Oriental. 
Arnold Jane (wid Willis), res 59 Oriental. 

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General Agentsand Brokers for Passenger Traffic 
for the chief Knilway, h?toamhoat and other 
Transportalion Lines in all i.art.s of the globe. 



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Wholesale Dealers in Jewelry, Watcne* 

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STEEG & BERNHAMER 

Compilers of Abstracts ^ 

Office, 12 and 15 Thorpe Block. 

Telephone 1048. 



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Arnold John, elk Sarah Cohn, bds 260 W 

Washington. 
Arnold John, egg packer A Jordan, res 219 

W Maryland. 
Arnold John, porter W E Lee & Co, rms 

69 W Washington. 
Arnold John L, gate keeper Woodburn- 

Sarven Wheel Co, res 360 S New Jersey. 
Arnold John L S, livery 173 E North, res 

293 N New Jersey. 
Arnold John T, wheelmkr Sarven wheel- 

wks, res 255 S Tennessee." 
Arnold Margaret J (wid John), res 340 

Hillside ave. 
Arnold Mary E (wid Taylor), tailoress J 

Kendall, res ltil| Mass ave. 
Arnold Kichard C, dept sheriflf, bds 242 

Huron. 
Arnold Richard C, trav agt D P Erwiu & 

Co, bds 183 W New York. 
Arnold Robert F, helper Tony Laundry, bds 

180 E Washington. 
Arnold Thomas J, res 255 S Tennessee. 
Arnold Wm A E (Alfrey & Arnold), res 

150 Mass ave. 
Arnold Wm E, switchman I B & W Ry, res 

242 Huron. 
' Arnold Wm M, dairyman, res s w cor S 

Brookside and Lebanon aves. 
'•'•Arnott Mary (wid Spencer), res 9 Center. 
Arnouil Louis, lab, res 249 W Morris. 
Arold George, cooper Consolidated Tank 

Line Co, res 3 Dillon. 
Arold Wm, foreman Tank Line Co, res 

280 Coburn. 
Arp Wm C.genl foreman Pan Handleshops, 

res 30 Christain ave. 
Arsenius Brother, teacher St John's school, 

res 74 W Georgia. 
Arszman Henry J, collector C Maus, res 

490 W New York. 
Arthur Emma, coffee packer Schnull & 

Krag, bds 319 N California. 
Arthur John, plumber G W Keyser, bds 

319 N California. 

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Arthur Wm, packer, res 266 Coburn. 
Arthur Wm, stonecutter, res 319 N Cali- 
fornia. 
Arthur Wm A, molder Indpls Rolling 

Mill Co, res 426 S Illinois. 
Arthur Wm E, lawyer 18^ N Penn, res 

194 E Michigan. 
®Artis Calvin, lab State House, res 125 

Darnell. 
■■■Artis Eli, porter Exchange Hotel, res 512 

S West. 
Arzman Henry, saloon 233 S East, res 

same. 
Asch Adolph, guard Work House. 
Aschbach O^eorge, lab, res 527 W Mary- 
land. 
Ash Frank, lab Belt R R. 
Ash Katie, domestic 45 W 2d. 
Ash Richard, lab, bds 313 S West. 
Ash Richard, hostler Street Ry Co, res 13 

Willard. 
Ash Thomas E, printer Journal, res 134 

Pleasant. 
Ashbrook Herbert G, elk Wilson & Boyd, 

bds 97 E Michigan. 
Ashbrook John T, insurance, res 97 E 

Michigan. 
Ashinger Henry, brakeman CSt L & PRy, 

bds 82 Michigan ave. 
Ashley George T, student, bds 158 Ash. 
®Ashley James, waiter, 169 N Illinois. 
Ashley Julia E, teacher public school No 

10, bds 158 Ash. 
Ashley Marion, clk^Silas Hunter, rms same. 
Ashley Martha W (wid George T), res 158 

Ash. 
*Ashley Thomas, porter Arthur Jordan, 

res 117 Oak. 
Ashmead John S, canvasser, res 265 Mass 

ave. 
Ashmead Mary S, res 265 Mass ave. 
Ashmead Seely, engineer, res 125 Ft Wayne 



Askin Bessie (wid Patrick), bds 270 N 

Liberty. 
Askins J, lab D E Stone & Co. 
Asmus Frederick, res 504 N West, 
Asmus Louis, fruits n w cor Louisiana and 

Meridian, res 504 N West. 
Asmus Louis, lab I B & W Ry, res 168 

Fayette. 
Astley Louisa F (wid Wm), bds 164 W 

Maryland. 
Astley Sarah J (wid Samuel) res 3 Paea. 
Astley Wm J, elk, res 164 W Maryland. 
Aszman Mrs Elizabeth, bds 466 E Georgia. 
Atchison, see aUo Etchison. 
"•'■"Atchison Lizzie, domestic 305 N Missis- 
sippi. 
Atchison Mamie, bds 320 N Delaware. 
Atchison Miranda V (wid John), res 320 

N Delaware. 
Atherton Charles A, grocer 163 Hill ave, 

res 494 Pendleton Pike. 



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Atherton Wm F, printer J A Dynes & Co, 

res 131 W Ohio. 
Atherton Wm M, opr W U Tel Co, rms 71i 

N Illinois. 
Athey Harry L, conductor I «& V E R, res 

421 E Georgia. 
Athey James, farmer, res Mt Jackson. 
Athey Preston, molder Indpls Mall Iron 

Co, bds Mt Jackson. 
Athletic Park, n av cor Tennessee and 7th. 
Athon Levenia D (wid James S), res 153 N 

Tennessee. 
Atkin Wm A, stenographer H T Conde, 

bds 77 N New Jersey. 
Atkins, see also Adkins. 
Atkins Clarence F, elk S H SocAvell, bds 

178 E Vermont. 
Atkins Edward, elk, bds 98 N Alabama. 
Atkins Elias C, pres E C Atkins & Co and 

pres and treas Atkins Soap Co, res 666 N 

Meridian. 
Atkins E C & Co, Elias C Atkins 

Pres, Wm H Perkins Vice-Pres and Sec'y, 

Merrill A Potter Treas, George W At- 
kins Supt, Proprs ShefBeld Saw Works 

202 to 216 S Illinois ; Telephone 553. (See 

adv front cover.) 
Atkins George W, supt E C Atkins & Co, 

res 577 N Mississippi. 
Atkins Hattie J, bds 666 N Meridian. 
Atkins Martin V, doorkpr Dime Museum, 

res 178 E Vermont. 
Atkins Riddell H, elk Holweg & Reese, 

bds 178 E Vermont. 
Atkins Soap Co, Elias C Atkins, 

Pres, Wm H Perkins Sec'y ; Office 208 S 

Illinois; Works cor Eddy and South; 

Telephone 553. {See adv back cover.) 
Atkins Xliomas B, Treasurer I D 

&_S Ry, res New York City. 
Atkinson, see also Adkinson. 
Atkinson Benjamin, physician, res 309 E 

South. 
Atkinson Charles E, printer Sentinel, rms 

50J S Tennessee. 
Atkinson Charles N, elk I B & W Rv, res 

387 N Illinois. 
Atkinson Edwin L, res 264 Huron. 
Atkinson .James L, teamster Wiebke & 

Prange, res 153 Dorman. 
Atkinson .Jane, domestic 75 Circle. 
Atkinson Rebecca A, dressmkr 48 N New 

Jersey, res same. 
Atkinson Thomas, trav agt F Bremerman 

60 N Illinois, bds 152 College ave. 
Atkinson Thomas E, agt A P Garrison, 

bds 84 E Ohio. 
Atkinson Thomas J, painter, res 48 N New 

Jersey. 
Atkisson John C, carp, res 432 Peru. 
Atlas Engine Works, S A Fletcher pres, H 

H Hanna vice-pres, C B Fletcher sec'y, 

Jesse Fletcher treas, cor 9th and Mar- 

tindale ave. 



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Atterbury Henry S, elk Murphy, Hibben 

& Co, res 79 E Vermont. ^j,^ 

Atwater Katie, coffee packer Schnull & ^^ 

Krag, bds 96 Woodlawn ave. ' 

Atwater Sarah W (wid Charles Fj, res 96 

Woodlawn ave. 
Aubrey Clinton, painter, res 206 S Pine. ij 
Auch Andrew, mail dispatcher P O, res 78 ^M 

Dorman. K"M 

Auch Henry, lab, bds 78 Dorman. 
Aueth John, butcher Kingan & Co, res 49^ 

5 West. 
Aufderheide Charles, lab, bds 44 Hillside 

ave. 
Aufderheide Gottfried, painter 44 Hillside' 

ave, res same. i 

Aufderheide Henry, carp, res 234 N Pine.' 
Aufderheide Henry, cigar mnfr 44 Hillside \ 

ave, res same. 
Aufderheide John H, bkkpr G W Gorsuch, 

bds 235 Davidson. ' 

Aufderheide Wm, elk Eastman, Schleicher' 

6 Lee, res 235 Davidson. ' 
Aufderheide Wm, turner C M Union, res, 

235 Davidson. j 

Aufterhide Anna, domestic 429 N Delaware. , 
Aufthon John, lab, bds 265 W Washington." 
Aug Jacob, lab, bds 476 W North. \ 

Aughinbaugh Edward L, druggist, res w 

Meridian 1 n of 22d (N I). 
Aughinbaugh George, candymakr, res 28 ^ 



Dougherty. 
Aughinbaugh Sarah (wid Perry), bds E L ;^ 

Aughinbaugh (N I). ^ 

Aug:liinbaus:b UVm, Mnfr Flag 

voring Extracts, Baking Powders, Chew- y 

ing Gum and Confectionery n e cor Dil-^ 

Ion and Lexington ave, res same. ^ 

Augstein Charles, foreman C M Union, res » 

119 Dorman. ? 

Augstein Charles H, elk Frederick Rus- > 

kaup, bds 119 Dorman. ^ 

Augstein Charles T, varnisher, res 119^ 

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Augstein George T, bkbinder A R Baker, 

bds 119 Dorman. 
Auldridge Charles W, molder Indianapolis 

Malleable Iron wks, res 218 W Court. 
A lilt, see aho Alt. 
Ault Alfred C, mach Dean Bros, res 416 

Union. 
Aulllaud, see Altland. 
Auniann Charles F, sawmaker Atkins Saw 

works, res 230 S New Jersey. 
Aumann Henry H, foreman H L Best, 

rms 116 J W New York. 
Austermann Julius, molder Indpls Mall 

Iron Co, bds 75 Indiana ave. 
Austermiller Philip, engineer T H & I Ey, 

res 155' S Missouri. 
Austermiller Wm, engineer Belt E E, res 

28 Miller. 
Austermnhle Albert C, butcher Jesse Gith- 

ens, bds 435 N East. 
Austin Algernon W, stenographer Mc- 
Donald, Butler & Mason, rms 258 N 

Penn. 
Austin Amanda, dressmkr L S Ayers & Co, 

res 132 N Tennessee. 
Austin Carrie W, elk N Y store, bds 111 

Buchanan. 
Austin Ciissius, brick mason, bds 113 Blake. 
Austin Charles H, elk Depot Dining Hall, 

res 25Ui E Ohio. 
Austin Charles S, soliciting agt S F Gray, 

res s of city limits. 
Austin Edward, master car builder C St L 

& P Ry, res 23 Summit. 
Austin Frank E, engineer Kingan & Co, 

b(!s 113 Blake. 
Austin Gamaliel T, driver F M Dell, res 

104 Spring. 
Austin Harry S, elk H P Wasson & Co, 

res 37 W Vermont. 
Austin James, lab, res 19 Chadwick. 
Austin Maud, elk, bds 132 N Tennessee. 
Austin Napoleon B, pedler, res 113 Blake. 
Austin Eichard, lab Nordyke & Marmon 

Co, res 485 S West. 

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Austin Wallaoe W, trav agt Hanson- Van- 
Camp Co, res Paris, III. 

*Austin Wm P, farmer, res Michigan road 

(NI). 

Austin Wm W, engineer, bds 113 Blake, 

Avant Wm H (Wm Laurie & Co), rms 
1 Windsor block. 

Avels George W, weighmaster Elevator 
A, res 347 S Penn. 

Avels Henry, paper hanger, res 357 S Dela- 
ware. 

Avels Margaret (wid Henry), res 357 S 
Delaware. 

Averill Charles E, elk Stubbs & Baird, hd& 
230 Christian ave. 

Averill Joseph A, yardmaster Vandalia 
E E, res 315 N Mississippi. 

Averill Wm E, elk Journal, bds 315 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Averitt John B, canvasser Am Specialty 
Co. 

Avery Charlotte M, brushmkr, bds 308 N 
Pine. 

Avery Mrs Elizabeth O, boarding house 
26 W New York. 

Averv Frank M H, broommkr Perry & 
Prince, bds 308 N Pine. 

Avery George, upholsterer Eastman, Schlei- 
cher & Lee, res 100 Broadway. 

Avery George E, lab Wm H Coleman, res 
462 S Meridian. 

Avery Jesse A, dep elk Superior Court No Ij, 
res 165 Pleasant. 

Avery John L, bkkpr, res 447 N East. 

Avery John P, res 449 N East. 

Avery Leonard S, res 26 W New York. 

Avery Mary II, bds 26 W New York. 

Avery Matthias B, carp Bee Line shop, res 
308 N Pine. 

Avondale Bernard, trav agt, res 431 N 
Tennessee. 

Axt Wm G, bkkpr J Allerdice, bds Enter- 
prise Hotel. 

Axtitt John W, photographer J B McClos- 
key, rms 322 E Washington. 

Axum Wm, lab Standard Oil Co, res 372 S 
West. 

*Aydelott Samuel, coachman 590 N Dela- 
ware. 

Ayer Mrs Harriet A, supt dres'^mkr L S 
Ayers & Co, res 708 N Tenness^ ■. 

Ayer James I, trav agt Jenny Electric 
Light Co, res 708 N Tennessee. 

*Ayers Cornelius, coachman 518 N Dela- 
ware. 

Ayers Edward, mach Sinker, Davis & Co. 

Ayers Frank E, restaurant 76 E Market, 
rms 25 Hutchings block. 

Ayers James C, expressman, res Woodside. 

Ayers John E, driver E B Lehman, res 256 
E Georgia. 

Ayers Kale, bds Hector PI Hall. 

Ayers Levi, carp, res 415 S West. 

Avers Libbie, bds 115 Mass ave. 



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Ayers Jesse O, cooper Wood & Smith, bds 
125 Patterson. 

Ayers Mrs Sarah, dressmkr, res 115 Mass 
ave. 

Ayers Wilbur W, finisher Wm L Elder, 
rms 24 W New York. 

Ayres Abraham, lab, bds 415 S West. 

Ayres Albert F, Jud^e Marion Crim- 
inal Court, Court House, res 296 W New 
York. 

Ayres Alexander C, Judge Marion 
Circuit Court, 45 Court House, res 164 
• S New Jersey. 

Ayres Charles C, engineer Elevator D, res 
'57 Elm. 

Ayres David W, carp I D & S car shops, 
res 258 Olive. 

Ayres David W, lab, res e s Gray 3 s of Mor- 
ton. 

Ayres Francis E, mach, bds 258 Olive. 

Ayres Frank J, printer Journal, bds 434 N 
East. 

Ayers Henry, plumber Aneshaensel & 
Strong, res 149 E Wabash. 

Ayres Joseph E, carp Bee Line shops, res 
Brightwood. 

Ayres Levi, carp, res 415 S West. 

Ayres Louisa A (wid David G), bds 491 
Ash. 

Ayres Lyman S (L S Ayres & Co), res 656 
N Delaware. 

Ayres L, S & Co (Lyman S Ayres), 
Dry Goods, Notions, Dressmaking, Mil- 
linery and Merchant Tailoring 33, 35 and 
37 W Washington. 

Ayres Nathan, bar tender F W Kremp, 
bds 415 S West. 

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Baach Sigmund, huckster, res 15 N New 

Jersey. 
Baar, see also Bahr, Barr, Bayer, Behr, Beyer 

and Byer. 
Baar Annie, wks Hasselman-Journal Co, 

bds 731 S Meridian. 
Baar Bernard J, tailor E Hart, res 74 Kail- 
road. 
Baar Gerhard L, foreman Indpls Lounge 

Co, res 731 S Meridian. 
Baar Joseph B, band sewer Indpls Lounge 

Co, bds 74 Eailroad. 
Baar Theresa, dressmkr L S Ayres & Co, 

res 74 Kail road. 
Baare Louisa, helper Messick, Cones & 

Co, bds 347 Union. 
Baas Henry W, stainer Spiegel, Thoms & 

Co. 
Baase, see ako Basey, Boese and Biese. 
Baase Charles G, elk Taylor & Smith, res 

140 Dunlap. 
Baase Christian, drayman, res 44 Dunlap. 
Baase Elizabeth (wid Henry) bds 320 

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Plumbers' Steam and G. is Fitters' Supplies. 
Personal attention given to all our work, 

and satisfaction guaranteca in every 

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91 North Pennsylvanin Rt. Denisou Hotel Block. 

Baase Henry L, driver McCune, Schmidlap 

& Co, res 320 Chestnut. 
Baaske Charles T, saloon 346 S East, res 

same. 
Baab Laurel V, teacher public school No 1. 
Babb Wm, carp, rms 5 Madison ave. 
Babbit Franklin, carp, res 41 Russell ave. 
Babbitt Charles W, bench hand Tucker & 

Dorsey Mnfg Co, bds 154 S New Jersey. 
Babbitt Elbridge H, trav agt, res 7 Wood. 
Babcock Adrian, cigarmkr F W Suesz, 

bds 259 E New York. 
Babcock Arthur M, oil, res 277 Fletcher ave. 
Babcock Edward E trav agt A Kiefer & 

Co, res 90 College ave. 
Babcock Frederick W, oils, bds 277 Fletcher 

ave. 
Babcock Josephine, bds 277 Fletcher ave. 
Babcock Josephine (wid Wm M), bds 259 

E New York. 
BaberAdin (A Baber & Co), res Kansas, 

111. 
Baber A & Co (Adin Baber, J B Sedwick, 

E Nichols), live stock Union Stock Yds 

(W I). 
Baber George W, elk A Baber & Co, res 

729 N Delaware. 
Bach, see also Back and Beck. 
Bacll Frank, saloon (Bakers Home) 

145 E Washington, res 167 E South. 
Bache, see also Beche. 
Bache Henry, molder Indpls Mall Iron 

Co, res Haughville. 
Bacher, see also Baker, Becker, Bettcher, 

Boecher and Boettcher. 
Bacher Hermann, bartender Henry Klanke, 

bds 265 Mass ave. 
Bachman, see also Beckman. 
Bachman Benjamin, gardener, res e s Mad- 
ison ave 1 s of Belt R R. 
Bachman Bernhardt, gardener, res es Mad- 
ison road 1 s of Belt R R. 
Bachman Frederick M, saw mill s e cor 

Madison ave and Lincoln Lane, res 56 

Russell ave. 

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62 V^ance "Block, 

a^CM^- Cor. Wasliington St. and Virginia ^ye. 

^2 ^.HBachman Louis, mach Tndpls Chair Co. 
1 1 s^^Bachman Valentine (Bachman & Eeeves), 
t>-Bi ^^^ ^^^ Union. 

Bachman & Reeves (Valentine Bachman, 
._ ^ . Edward Reeves), flour mills cor Madison 
ave and Ray. 
Bachtrog Frank, bartender H Marmont, 

rms 102 S Illinois. 
Back, see also Bach and Beck. 
Back Frederica (wid Clement), res 94 S 

Noble. 
Back John, elk J H Perry, bds 94 S Noble. 
■ ' Backe Nellie E, tailoress, bds 127 N Ala- 
Chh bama. 

[ ^^ Backemeyer Frederick G, drayman, res 235 
• Union. 
(^ Backenhaupt George, lab, bds Francis Berg- 
'>- '->. mann. 
^-^ — ^ Backman Frederick J, coachman 172 N 

^-L^ Backman Louis, res 222 W Washington. 
^^—^ Backmann Annie, domestic 613 N Illinois. 
( I Backus, see also Beckus. 
PP^ Backus, Brandt & Gould (V M 

^^ Backus, F Brandt, J S A Gould), Proprs 
Troy Steam Laundry 160 N Delaware ; 
Telephone 135. (-See adv in classified 
Laundries.) 
i Backus Robert, agt Lovell Mnfg Co, bds 
^ — , Pyle House. 

^— , Backus Thomas, boilermkr, res 215 Dough- 
erty. 
KH Backus Rev Wm W, res w s New Jersey 3 
•"^ n of North. 

Backus Victor M (Backus & Reagan and 
Backus, Brandt and Gould), res 775 N 
Meridian. 
v-x->v Backus & Reagan (Victor M Backus, Amos 
^-<. W Reagan), carriages 12 and 14 Circle ; 
. . telephone 1018. 

MH Back wood John W, brakeman, bds 165 S 
^;>j Alabama. 

[_J Bacon Block, 122 Ft Wayne ave. 
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Bacon C Wesley, Jab U S Encaustic Tile 

works, res 96 W 7th. 
Bacon Duncan T, mngr B & O Tel Co, res 

Hotel English. 
Bacon Edgar H, physician 25 W Washing- 
ton, res same. 
Bacon Eliza J (wid Elijah), bds 372 Col- 
lege ave. 
Bacon Jennie, bds 236 N Illinois. 
Bacon John L, blksmith, res n e cor Ash 

and 9th. 
Bacon Robert D, mer policeman, res 236 N 

Illinois. 
Bacon Theodore L, loan agt 158 E Wash- 
ington, bds Emmett House. 
Bacon Wm M, mer police, res 236 N Illinois. 
Baddeley Andrew, molder sinker, Davis & 

Co. 
Baddely Joseph, potter John G Eathsam, 

bds 438 N Alabama. 
Bade Christina (wid Anthony F), res 5& 

Fletcher ave. 
Bade Emma L (wid Charles), laundress 

Excelsor Steam Laundry, bds 266 EOhio. 
Bade George C, elk, bds 56 Fletcher ave. 
Bade Henry C, elk F E Smith, bds 825 N 

Illinois. 
Bade Henry F, checkman Indianapolis 

Transfer Co, res 56 Fletcher ave. 
Bade Mary, domestic 162 E Market. 
Bade Wm F, Supt Indianapolis Transfer 

Co, res 350 S New Jersey. 
Baden Charles L, local editor Indiana 

Tribune, res 471 S Illinois. 
Badeley Andrew,molder Sinker,Davis &Co. 
Bader Bertha, with Eli Lilly & Co, bds 

102 Japan. 
Bader Jacob, barber 316 E Washington, 

res same. 
Bader John, lab Lieber & Co, res 48 Dunlap. 
Bader John, lab, bds 102 Japan, 
Bader Rosa (wid Felix), res 102 Japan, 
Badger Albert, barber W C Pritchett, res 

43 Maple. 
Badger Edward, upholsterer M Clune, 

bds 43 Maple. 
Badger John, lab Nordyke & MarmoQ 

Co), bds 88 Had ley ave (W I). 
Badger John W, mach hand Jenny Elec- 
tric Co, bds 88 Hadley ave (W I). 
Badger Sarah (wid Wm), res 43 Maple. 
Badger Theodore, lab Nordvke& Marmoui 

Co, res 88 Hadley ave (W I). 
Badger Wm, lab Nordyke & Marmon Co, 

bds 88 Hadley ave (W I). 
Badgett Frank E, trader, bds 148 Laurel. 
Badgley Richard L, trav agt H Lieber & 

Co, bds Roosevelt House. 
Baeder George, gardener, res e s Madisoa 

road 2 s of Belt R R. 
Baerman, see also Beennan, Behrman and 

Berman. 
Baerman Albert, carp, res 158 Madison ave. 
'Bagby Benjamin D, bds 289 Blake. 



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*Bagby Charlotte T (wid Heuryj, res 289 
Blake. 

*Bag;by Edwin K, elk, bds 289 Blake. 

Bagby Irene, teacher piiDlic school No 19, 
bds 187 Minerva. 

*Bagby James D, teacher, bds 289 Blake. 

*Bagby Eobert B, elk, bds 289 Blake. 

*Bagby Wm W, conductor chair car I B & 
WEE, bds 289 Blake. 

Bagett Wm F, stage carp, res 243 Bright. 

Baggerly Charles VV, leaf tobacco 16 W 
Pearl, res 254 Alvord. 

Baggett John, lab Kingan & Co, res 660 W 
Vermont. 

Baggett Thomas, lab Kingan & Co, res 149 
Minerva. 

Baggiano Antonia (Baggiano & Fossatti), 
rms 133 W Washington. 

Baggiano Louis, fruit stand n e cor Wash- 
ington and Tennessee, res same, 
ggiano & Fossatti (Antonia Baggiano 
Luigi Fossitti), fruit stand n w cor Mis- 
sissippi and Washington. 

Baggs Charles A, elk Byram, Cornelius & 
Co, res 335 N Penn. 

Baggs Frederick, window glass Bank of 
Commer>-e, res 100 N Alabama. 

Baggs Thomas B, bkkpr Indianapolis Na- 
tional Bank, res 100 N Alabama. 

BagleyAlta (wid Wm E), res 110 Mass 
ave. 

Bagley Louisa E, bds 179 E New York. 

Bagley Sarah J, res 179 E New York. 

Bagley Wm, elk, bds 110 Mass ave. 

Bagley Wm E, carp, bds 179 E New York, 

Bagnell Eobert L, shoemkr 261 Mass ave, 
res same. 

Bagnelle Mrs Alfa, bds 311 N Delaware. 

Bahan John, fireman C St L & P Ey, bds 
726 E Market. 

Bahl, nee also Ball. 

Bahl Joseph, stone carver State House, res 
383 Indiana ave. 

Bahr, see also Baar, Barr, Bayer, Behr, Beyer 
and Byer. 

Bahr Paul, music teacher 572 E Washing- 
ton, res same. 

Baier Christian L, barber 252 Davidson, 
bds 220 N Pine. 

Bailer, see also Bayler. 

Bailer Albert, elk, rms 95 E Washington. 

Bailer Henrv F, checker, res 375 S Illinois. 

Bailey Albert, lab I B & W Ey. 

Bailey Andrew J, dairyman, res Mapleton 
(N I). 

*Bailey Anna (wid Charles), res 344 Indi- 
ana ave. 

■■Bailey Charles carp, res 95 Darnell. 

Bailey Charles M, teamster L W Ott & Co, 
res 464 S Meridian. 

Bailey Eli, cooper Wm Baird, bds 213 W 
Maryland. 

Bailey Francis P, trav agt L W Ott, res 178 
Union. 



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At Lowest Kates. 

Bailey Frank, painter, res Mapleton (N 1;. 
Bailey George W (Bailey & Moore), res 83 

Camp. 
Bailey Harry, lab Ind Packing and Een- 

dering Co, bds Frank Motley ( W I). 
Bailey James, cooper Wood & Smith, res 

90 S West. 
Bailey James F, blksmith I D & S car 

shops, bds 232 S Tennessee. 
Bailey Jennie, waitress Capital House. 
Bailey John, lab, bds 28 Chadwick. 
Bailey John, messenger U S Ex Co, rmss e 

cor South and Meridian. 
Bailey John, molder Nordyke & Marmon 

Co, bds 285 Kentucky ave. 
Bailey Joseph M, bds 112 Dorman. 
Bailey Ken L, mngr Eock Island Plow Co, 

bds Grand Hotel. 
Bailey Leon O, lawyer 3 and 4 Baldwin 

block, bds Occidental Hotel. 
Bailey Lizzie, attendant Insane Hospital. 
Bailey Louis I, lab, res 8 Vine. 
Bailey Margaret, bds 112 Dorman. 
Bailey Mary, laundress Hotel English. 
Bailey Mary A, bds 127 N Alabama. 
Bailey Mahlon M, cooper Kingan & Co, 

res 213 W^ Maryland. 
Bailey May, chambermaid City Hospital. 
Bailey Mrs Mercell, bds 178 Union. 
Bailey Michael, shoemkr 272 S West, res 

same. 
Bailey Nevada, trimmer Kingan & Co, bds 

231 N Meridian. 
Bailey Olie, bds 248 Woodlawn ave. 
Bailey Samuel, farmer, res Mapleton (N I). 
Bailey Wm, ins agt, rms 207 W Ohio. 
Bailey Wright, engineer Nordyke & Mar- 
mon Co, res e s Williams 2 s of Howard 

(WD. 
Bailey & Moore, (George W Bailey, 

Samuel Moore) Eeal Estate and Loans 

94.J E Washington. 
Bailie Hamilton^ Dealer in Coal 

and Coke 148 S West, res 608 W Ver- 
mont; Telephone 548. 

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i Solicitor of American and Foreign Patent3, 16 and 18 
' Hubbard Block, Indianapolis, Ind,, and Le Droit 
! Building, opp. IT. S. Patent Office, 'Washington, 

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; "Patent Solicitors" in classifled list. 

, Bailie James G, inspector Indianapolis 
Gas Light and Coke Co, res 210 Bright. 

Bailie Martha J, dressmkr L S Ayers & 
Co, bds 608 W Vermont. 

Bailie Minnie E, elk N Y store, bds 608 
W Vermont. 

Bailie Robert, teamster H Bailie, bds 210 
Bright. 

Bailie Robert jr, mach Indpls Chair Co, 
bds 210 Bright. 

Bailie Samuel F, teamster H Bailie, res 
581 W Michigan. 

Bailiff Daniel W, farmer, res Mapleton 
(NI). 

Bailiff Winthrop A, farmer, res Maple- 
ton (N I). 

Bain Andrew J, lab Atlas works,bds e s 
Alvord 3 n of 9th. 

Bain Ralph, bkkpr Abattoir, rms 130 
Virginia ave. 

Bainaka Louis G, gardener, bds Mrs 
Lucie Bohne. 

Bainbridge Charles M, elk When Cloth- 
ing Store, res 464 E Market. 

Bainbridge James, sawyer Sarven wheel 
wks, bds 75 S Noble. 

Bainbridge Lucien, teamster H Riechen- 
meyer, bds 75 S Noble. 

Bainbridge Mahlon, plasterer res 75 S 
Noble. 

Baine Collins E, photographer 96J S Illi- 
nois, bds 134 Douglass. 

Baine Ida, domestic 1063 N Illinois. 

Baine Ida, bds 235 W Michigan. 

Baine Jennie E (wid Thomas), res 134 
Douglass. 

Baine Thomas W, fireman C H & I R R, 
res 20 Lynn. 

Baine Wm W, elk C A Howes, bds 134 
Douglass. 

Baird, see also Beard. 

Baird Charles W, bkkpr Singer Mnfg Co, 
res 520 N Illinois. 

Baird Frederick B (Baird & Dillon), res 
Chicago, 111. 

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Baird Hugh, blksmith, res w s Elder ave 8 

si D&SRy (WI). 
Baird John W (Stubbs & Baird), res 31 

Christian ave. 
Baird John W, foreman Wm Baird, bds 23 

N West. 
Baird Sarah A (wid Joseph), nurse, bds 51 

Laurel. 
Baird Wm, cooper n e cor Blackford and 

Pearl, res 521 N Illinois. 
Baird & Dillon (Frederick B Baird, 

Francis Dillon), Frank E Fuller Mngr, 

Subscription Books, Clocks and Silver 

Ware 44 E Ohio. (See adv in classified 

Subscription Books.) 
Bake Jacob C, broommkr M C Holman, 

res 167 Elm. 
Bake John F, soapmkr Atkins Soap Co, res 

494^ Virginia ave. 
Bakemeier Andrew H, tinner W H Robert- 
son, bds 475 Indiana ave. 
Bakemeier Charles H, elk Charles Mayer 

&Co, res 475 Virginia ave. 
Bakemeier Emma, seamstress, bds 475 Vir- 
ginia ave. 
Bakemeier Mary (wid Henry), res 475 Vir- 
ginia ave. 
Bakemeier Mary, seamstress, bds 475 Vir- 
ginia ave. 
Bakemeyer E Henry F, foreman J R Ryan 

& Co, res 41 Bradshaw. 
Bakemeyer Frederick, driver Robertson & 

Perry, res 235 Union. 
Baker, see also Backer, Becker, Bettcher, 

Boecher and Boettcher. 
Baker Aaron, lab, res cor Mississippi and 

20th (N I). 
Baker Addison R, watchman terra cotta 

works, res Gale (Brightwood). 
Baker Albert (Baker, Hord & Hendricks), 

res 870 N Alabama. 
Baker Albert R, Printer 28 to 32 

W Maryland, res n w cor California and 

Michigan. 
Baker Alice, bds 588 N Alabama. 
Baker Aimer A, milliner Bertha Baker, 

bds same. 
Baker Amanda, car cleaner C St L & P Ry. 
Baker Andrew, finisher W Kautsky, bds 21 

Downey. 
Baker Anna H, seamstress, bds 109 Malott 

ave. 
Baker Belle, milliner E B Ney, bds 274 W 

New York. 
Baker Mrs Bertha, millinery 214 E 

Washington, res same. 
Baker Braxton, gen agt Central Live Stock 

Ins Co, res 370 Park ave. 
Baker Catherine (wid Wilbert) bds 164 

College ave. 
Baker Charles, attendant Insane Hospital. 
Baker Charles, wire worker Hollenbeck & 

Miller, res 211 Mass ave. 
••Baker Charles, lab, res rear 738 N West. 



Real Estate and Loans 



MILLS & STRINGER, 

89 M Market 5t. 



ZENER, FRIEDLEY & CO, 

31 and o.i Xorth I'eniisylvania Street. 



I'irc Iimuraiice. 

Aircncy bus paid ovit $'J00- 

000 til patrniiN nnti pevtT 

liu4 ulanhjit. 



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*Baker Charles, lab, res 93 Darnell. 
Baker Charles A, brakeinan, bds 189 S 

Tennessee. 
Baker Charles O, finisher, res 141 W Mor- 
ris. 
Baker Charlotte F (wid Conrad) res 588 

N Alabama. 
Baker Claypool, b(is 14G Michigan ave. 
*Baker David M, barber Henry Moore & 

Co, res 117 Columbia. 
Baker Dorris J, grocer Mt Jackson, res 

same. 
Baker Earll, grain, bds 72 Ft Wayne ave. 
Baker Edward S, compositor News, rms 113 

N Illinois. 
Baker Edwin, bds 370 Park ave. 
Baker Eli P» Supt Indiana Institution 
for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb 

s e cor Washington and State ave, res 

same ; Telephone 104. 
*Baker Elijah, coachman Michael H 

Spades. 
Baker Elizabeth, tailoress, bds 186 N New 

Jersey. 
Baker Ella, janitress public school No 16. 
Baker Ellsworth, driver W A Conover, bds 

698 Morris (W I). 
Baker Francis, lab Dean Bros Steam Pump 

works, res 137 Downey. 
Baker Frank, mach Atlas works, res 300 

Yandes. 
Baker George W, attendant Insane Hos- 
pital. 
*Baker Mrs Harriet, domestic 233 N Illi- 
nois. 
Baker Harry W, student, bds Deaf and 

Dumb Institution. 
*Baker Hattie, rms 129 Virginia ave. 
Baker Henry, bds Enterprise Hotel. 
Baker Henry, farmer, res Mapleton (N I) 
Baker Henry, farmer, res Line ave (Oak 

Hill.) 
*Baker Henry E, carp, res 128 S Tennessee. 
Baker, Hord & Hendricks 

(Abram W Hendricks, Oscar B Hord, 

Edward Daniels, Albert Baker), Lawyers 

23 S Penn; Telephone 106. 
Baker Hugh W, photographer 386 Indiana 

ave, res 128 Elizabeth. 
Baker Jacob (Baker & Hilley), res 37i W 

Market. 
Baker Jacob, lab, bds 423 Madison ave. 
Baker Mrs James, milliner Mrs C Bern- 

loehr, res 374 S Tennessee. 
Baker James G, carp, res 63 Everett ( W I). 
Baker James M, foreman Irvin Bobbins & 

Co, res 296 S East. 
Baker James M, switch tender C St L & P 

By, res 150 Michigan ave. 
Baker James P, lawyer 33 Vance block, 

res 109 Central ave. 
Baker James S, elk, res 513 S Illinois. 
Baker James S, trav agt Wm Deering & 

Co, bds Spencer House. 



SAMMONS & MUELLER, 

(Telephone 705) 

Main omoo. Bmnch, Yanl. 

7 VirBiiiia.Vve. 15j \V. Wash. 110 S. Alabama. 

Lime, Cement, 5 



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90 

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Baker Jennie, bds (164 E St Clair. 

Baker Jesse A, music teacher 214 E Wash- J^ 

ington, res same. ^^ 

Baker Joel A, mach Nordyke & Marmon ^^H 

Co, res e s Kiver ave 6 u of Morris _, 

(WD- tS^ 

■ Baker John, barber, bds 17 Colural)i:i. ^"i H 
Baker John, carp Deaf and Dumi) Insti- Q 

tute, bds same. rj^J 

Baker Joiin, foreman Ad Hereth, rms 70'. [Z^ 

E Court. ^M^ 

Baker John, solicitor B D Walcott & Co, ' ' 

res 29 Coburn. 
Baker John, harnessmkr, bds Farmers 

Hotel. ^ 1^ 

Baker Joseph, trunkmkr, bds 474 E Wash- t?d 

ington. ^ 

Baker Joseph F, overall mnfr 344 E St ^ H 

Clair, res 324 N Noble. g Jg 

Baker Julius E, grain com 7 Union bldg, g W 

bds 72 Ft Wayne ave. K O 

Baker Lizzie (wid James), res 17 Colum- ^^ 2 

bia. ^ ra 

Baker Lizzie, attendant Insane Hospital. J^ ^ 
*Baker Lizzie, cook Michael H Spades. p^ O 
Baker Mary (wid Charles C), res 211 Mass C 

ave. 02 

Baker Mrs Mary A, dressmkr, bds 189 S - 

Tennesee. 
Baker Mrs Midie J, restaurant 180 E 

Washington, res same. ^^^ 

Baker Milledge A, carp M S Huey & Son. \JJ 

res Langley (Oak Hill). 
Baker Nancy (wid George W), res 109 

Malott ave. 
Baker Obadiah, stock raiser, res Oak Hill 

s of Belt R R. ^^ 

Baker Ophelia, attendant Insane Hospital. ^^E» 
*Baker Patsy (wid Don), laundress, resCD 

129 Virginia ave. CO 

Baker Rosa F, seamstress, bds 109 Malott •■^^ 

ave. 
Baker Rose, res 164 John. C^^ 

Baker Sally J (wid John), res 352 W #— % 

North. QMB 

ALL KINDS OF "— ^ 

Spring and Delivery Wagons co 

.MANUFACTURED I'.Y ****** 

Joseph W. Buchanan, 

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184 and 186 East Washington Street 



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STEEG & BEMHAMEE'S 

Abstract of Title Office 

12 and 15 Thorpe Lloclc. 

NOTARIES PUBI.IC 

And General Conveyancers. 

Baker Sarah E ( wid Isaac), res 80 Columbia. 
Baker Scott, bkkpr S Mattler, res 22 Park 

ave. 
Baker Mrs Sophia W, dressmkr L S Ayres 

& Co, res 50 Minerva. 
Baker Thomas, foreman sawmill State 

House, res 208 W Court. 
Baker Thomas M, elk Gordon, Kurtz & 

Co, res 164 E New York. 
Baker Wm, asst cook Insane Hospital. 
Baker Wm H, trav agt Wm Scott & Co, res 

462 N Alabama. 
Baker Wm H, mngr Enterprise Hotel 82 

Mass ave. 
Baker Wm L (Baker & Thornton), res 440 

Park ave. 
Baker Wm W (Pray & Baker), res cor 21st 

and Illinois (N I). 
Baker & Hilley (Jacob Baker, Frank 

Hilley), Cigar Mufrs 108 S Illinois. 
Baker & Thornton (Wm L Baker, Henry 

C Thornton), printers 24 W Maryland. 
Baldus Caroline (wid John), res Gale 

(Brightwood). 
Baldus H, helper Bee Line shops, bds 

Brightwood. 
Baldus Joseph, bartender H Guetig, res 27i 

Virginia ave. 
Baldus Julia B, res 9 Madison ave. 
Baldus Paul A, cigarmkr H Levy, res 

Brightwood. 
■■''Baldwin Benjamin, farmer, res e s Mar- 

tindale ave 1 n of Belt R R. 
Baldwin Block, s w cor Market and Dela- 
ware. 
•■Baldwin Celia (wid David), res 51 Rhode 

Island. 
Baldwin Dwight H (D H Baldwin & Co), 

res Cincinnati, O. 
Baldwin B H & Co (Dwight H 

Baldwin, Lucien Wulsin, Albert A Van 

Buren, George W Armstrong jr, Clarence 

Wulsin), Pianos and Organs 95 to 99 N 

Penn ; Telephone 473. {See adv opp and 

bottom edge.) 

The Magnitude and Variety of Fine and 

Medium Clothing and Furnishing 

Goods has given the 

A prestige that has never been equaled in 
Indiana. 



Baldwin Ebenezer B, engineer Bee Line 
R R and Belt crossing, res Gale (Bright- 
wood). 

Baldwin Frank M, trav agt Hiidebrand & 
Fugate, bds 385 N Penu. 

■■■Baldwin Greene, lab, bds 64 Archer. 

Baldwin Harry M, asst bkkpr Baldwin,, 
Miller & Co, res 257 N Delaware. 

Baldwin Horace M, painter 100 E South, 
res same. 

Baldwin Isaac D, District Passen- 
ger Agent (L N A & C Ry) Monon Route 
26 S Illinois, res 337 Ash ; Telephone 
255. 

Bald'win James H, Pres Citizens 
National Bank 1 and 2 Phoenix block, 
res 385 N Penn. 

Baldwin John G, fireman I B & W R R,. 
res 394 Blake. 

Baldwin Laura, boxmkr Am Paper Box 
Factory, bds 100 E South. 

Baldwin Lillian M, music teacher 100 E 
South, res same. 

Baldwin, Miller & Co (Silas 
Baldwin, Enrique C Miller), Wholesale 
Jewelry 4, 5 and 6 Condit block. (^See 
fool lines.) 

Baldwin Robert, head waiter Circle Park 
Hotel. 

Baldwin Silas (Baldwin, Miller & Co), re» 
257 N Delaware. 

■■•■Baldwin Stephen, lab, res 43 Dakota. 

"•'■'Baldwin Stephen, lab Crown Hill Cem'ty. 

Baldwin Stephen S, grocer 100 ESouth. 

■■•■Baldwin Thomas, lab Crown Hill Ceme- 
terv, res 22d n of citv. 

Baldwin Wm, tinner H A Stumf, bds 394 
Blake. 

Bales Otlio D, elk Original Eagle Clothing^ 
Co, res 320 Ash. 

Bales Wm J K P, elk Original Eagle 
Clothing Co, res 320 Ash. 

Balf Jacob, barber 203 Indiana ave, res 28^ 
W North. 

Balfe John E, res n s Morris 1 w of Wright. 

Balfe May, laundress Gem Laundry, res 350 
E Morris. 

Balfour Alexander C, butter East Market, 
res 373 W Vermont. 

Balfour James M, Grocer and Meat 
Market 203 and 205 W Washington, res- 
26 N Mississippi. 

Balfour John, res 226 Blake. 

Balk Wm, lab. res 247 N New Jersey. 

Balke Charles R (Balke & Krauss) res 60(> 
N Mississippi. 

Balke Louise (wid C'harlcs H), bds 606 N 
Mississii)pi. 

Balke & Krauss (Charles R Balke,. 
Wm G Krauss), Coal, Coke and Lime, 
Oflice and Yard cor Missouri and Mar- 
ket, Branch Onice, 27 N Penn; Tele- 
phone 1081. (See adv opp.) 

Ball, see also Bahl. 



HAMMOND 

TYI»E-'WMXEFl. 



r BUSIIVESS UXIVERSIXY, A8:ent, 

Oflico, :;i Whoii I'-lopk, Oj.posito Test Office. 
i PERFECT ALIGNMENT, CIIANUEAULK TYPE. See page 10 



CHARLES R. BALKK. \VM. (i. KRATSS. 

BALKE & KRAUSS, 

DealerH and MlilpperH of — 

COAL, COKE AND LIME 

Lath, Cement, Plaster Paris, Hair, Sewer 
Pipe, Fire Brick and Clay. 



OFFICE AND VARI> : 

MISSOURI STREET, bet. MARKET and WASHINGTON STREETS. 
Branch, No. 27 North Penusylvauia Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

Telef-hointe InTo. 1031. 



RolUrrl rU■:,^ Y1 



' D. H. BALDWIN & CO., 

PIANOS AND ORGANS 

AT laTHDLESALE AND RETAIL. 



SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS. 

95, 97 and 99 North PennsylYania Street, Indianapolis, 

236 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, | 158 West Fourth St., Cincinnati. 

Our stock which is always, without exception, the largest, finest and best assorted carried in this 
State, comprises those makes which for a generation or more have been recognized as the best in this 

Steinway & Sons, Decker Bros., Haines Bros., J. & C. Fischer, and 
D. H. Baldwin A: Co.'s Pianos. 

The business of our House is more than ten times that of any other dealer in this State, and ena- 
bles us to give to our customers inducements in price and terms. We purchase all of oiir nistruraents 
for CASH— this, coupled with the very large number purchased for our three stores in CINCINNATI, 
INDI\N'\POLIS and LOUISVILLE, enables us to sell Reliable Instruments at pricks which defy 
COMPETITION. We warrant every instrument to be just as rei)resented, and guarantee satisfaction to 
our customers. We take pride in the fact that " it is safe to buy a Piano or Organ from IX II. BALD- 
WIN & CO." Whether you wish to invest S-'>0 or $;J00, you can depend upon careful attention and full 
value for your money. 

Tuning and Repairing a Specialty. Moving Orders given Prompt Attention. 



ZiD/ XX a-/eiu>Yare. 




W. a. WASSOK, {COAL AND COKE 

^ 'I 21 South reuusylvuiuii M. lugalls lilock. 

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Ball Albert J, elk, rms 137 W New York. 
Ball Andrew, attendant Insane Hospital. 
iBall Anthony, res 702 N Illinois. 
Ball Anthony H, elk E Wulsehner. bds 

702 N Illinois. 
Ball Ellen C (wid Abram), bds 312 Indi- 
ana ave. 
Ball George, lab car works, bds 489 S 

Tennessee. 
Ball George A, carriagemkr, res 127 N 

Liberty. 
Ball Henry, asst baker Insane Hospital. 
Ball Henry T, lab, res 31 Kentucky ave. 
Ball James K, fireman, res 243 Kentucky. 
Ball John C, shoemkr J H I<]ymann, rms 

154 Madison ave. 
Ball John E, opr B & Tel Co, bds 234 

Bright. 
*Ball Martha A, bds 424 Superior. 
Ball Nathan, elk C Girton, res 273 W 

North. 
Ball Orlow B, agt Indianapolis News, bds 

127 N Liberty. 
Ball Walter P, painter Irwin Bobbins & 

Co, res 127 N Liberty. 
Ball Wm, carp, res 234 Bright. 
Ball Wm T, elk Kingan & Co, res 55 Ellen. 
Ballaee Frank, shoemkr, bds 373 Union. 
Ballard Ann (wid Michael), res 38 Henry. 
Ballard Austin, engraver, res 318 Mass ave. 
Ballard Chal M, printer Indianapolis 

Newspaper Union, bds Pyle House. 
Ballard Douglas, lab Wm H Coleman, res 

315 E Washington. 
Ballard George, elk, bds 275 N Meridian. 
*Ballard George, lab, res 322 N Liberty. 
Ballard Granville M, real estate 30 E Mar- 
ket, res 275 N Meridian. 
Ballard Harrison W (Ballard & Richard), 

res 287 N Meridian. 
Ballard Harry C, elk Hanson-VanCamp 

Co, bds 338 S New Jersey. 
*Ballard Henry, lab, res e s Ramsey ave 4 

of Clifford ave. 
Ballard James F, mnfrs agt 12 Circle, res 

31 W Pratt. 
Ballard Jehu, huckster, res n w cor Noble 

and Walnut. 
Ballard Jennie, rms 219J E Washington. 
Ballard Jeremiah M, lumber, res 215 E 

St Clair. 
*Ballard John, lab, bds e s Ramsey ave 4 s 

of Clifford ave. 
Ballard John C, patrolman, res 391 N 

West. 
■'■'Ballard Judson, driver M S Huey & Son, 

bds John Ballard. 
Ballard Levi C, elk J Lehman, res 122 N 

Mississippi. 
Ballard Mary (wid Jesse), bds 215 E St 

Clair. 
Ballard Orion C, elk D P Erwin & Co, bds 

556 E 8th. 



Parties wittL Valuables ^^ 

Of any kind whith tlioy wish to luive ^^ 

SAFELY PROTECTED, 

And, at the same time, nndor their own control, 
should patronize the Safe JJeposit Vaults of tho 

MAHA TRUST MDUrSSEFOSlI CO. 

84 East Market Stue'iT. 



*Ballard Thomas, lab, bds 88 Kentucky 



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Ballard Walter M, elk Kingan & Co, bds T , 

556 E 8th. r^ 

Ballard Wm H, creamery 102 N Delaware, ^^^ 

rms Roosevelt House. L^J 

Ballard Wm M, medicine mnfr 186 Indiana iT] 

ave, res 309 N West. _ v/ 

Ballard Wm P, bkkpr Indiana Farmer, 

res 556 E 8th. 
Ballard Wilson C, bds n w cor Noble and 

Walnut. 
Ballard & Richard (Harrison W Ballard" 

Jesse M Richard), broom mnfrs Institute! 

for Blind. 
Ballenger Flora, res 12 Hutchins block. J 
Ballenger Jennie (wid Jesse), room 1 143 

Virginia ave. , 

Ballenger Jennie L, teacher public school ■ 

No 26, bds 374 College ave. 
Ballenger Luther, carp, res Wheeler! 

(Brightwood). g 

Ballenger Luther H, engineer, res 174. 

Coburn. _ 

Ballinger Elijah M (Ballinger & Salt-I 

marsh), res 112 Yandes. ■ 

Ballinger Elizabeth (wid James), bds s ef 

cor New York and Belmont ave (W !).■ 
Ballinger Thomas, laundry 57 IndianaJ 

ave, res room 5 Mudie block. ■ 

Ballinger & Saltmarsh (Elijah M Ballin- 
ger, Wm L Saltmarsh), carpenters rearl 

198 W Washington. _ a ,- 

Ballmann Ernest, chairmkr Central Chair * m 

Co, res 36 Kansas. . PB 

Ballmann Frederick, baker, res 17 Eliza- r; * 

beth. 5 2 

Ballmann Herman, presser J C Brill, bds ^^ 3 

400 S Alabama. i^ £0 

Ballmann John H, House and"^ ^s 

Sign Painter 48 Virginia ave, res 125 £3 c'y 

Merrill. r ^9 

Ballmann Mollie . I, bds 400 S Alabama. > ^2 
Ballow Frank, asst teacher piano tuning A- ;;-^ 

Institution for the Blind, bfis same. * [!-' 

MESSENGER'ST^ 

S. E. Cor. Delaware A; Wasliington Sts. S- 

HAT RACKS, | 

Oil Paintings and Clirotuos. §^ 

Easy Payments or for Cash. 3; 

Telephone 491. o 



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CAPITOL CYLINDER OIL. I consolidated tank like co.,^ 



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OHN R. LEONARD 

13^-2 N. PENNSYLVANIA. 



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JEtniL, North British and 

mercantile, and >iagara of 

New York. 

Telephone 295. 



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AXD ARTISTS' MATERIALS. 

Biillweg Alfred, bds 171 Madison ave. 
Ballweg Amalie (wid Ambrose), res 171 

Madison ave. 
Ballweg Charles F, framemkr T Scheirich 
^^^J & Co, bds 171 Madison ave. 
^^^BkBallweg Frederick W (Ballweg & Co), bds 
WwmJ Circle House. 

jQQ Ballweg & Co (Frederick W Ballweg, 
^3^* Wm Blizard), box mnfrs cor Wilkins 
_,^iy - and Pogue's Kun. 

"■■■Balph Benjamin P, carp, res 517 N Cali- 
^^^# fornia. 

I Bals Anthony, res 702 N Illinois. 
> jF""""^ Bals Anthony jr, shipper E Wulschner, res 
~^ 702 N Illinois. 

■jJ^Bals Christian F, res 174 W Michigan. 
£3Ub Bals Henry C G, vice-pres Merchants' Na- 
^^J tional Bank, res 52 College ave. 
"— ^ Baltimore & Oliio Kankakee 
Jfl^ Dispatch, T H Noonan Mngr, H S 
'^B'"' Fraser Gen Agt, 1 E Washington. 

^^ Baltimore & Obio Xelegrapli 
faSd Co, D H Bates Pres and Gen Mngr, J 
E Zeublin Gen Supt. DT Bacon Mngr, 
15 S Meridian; Telephone 483. 
Baltzley Rev John, pastor First English 

Lutheran Church, res 74 E Walnut. 
Balz Charles P, lineman Indpls District 

Telegraph Co, bds 557 N Mississippi. 
Balz Christina (wid Peter), bds 246 Bright. 
Balz Frederick, grocer 400 N West, res 398 

same. 
Balz Frederick G, night mngr Indpls Dis- 
trict Telegraph Co, bds 557 N Missis- 
sippi. 
Balz John M, elk P Balz, bds 72 W 9th. 
Balz Matilda, dressmkr Mrs Lizzie Smy the, 

res 557 N Mississippi. 
Balz Peter, meat market 822 N Illinois, res 

72 W 9th. 
Balz Philip, meat market 556 N Missis- 
sippi, res 557 same. 
Bamberger Amelia (wid Eaphael), res 5 
Ft Wayne ave. 

I— WE MANUFACTURE 

^ <r And do byfarthe larfrest clothing trade atthe 

>•< L^ THAT IS i>o:?wt: i>i iis»ia?«a. 



Bambergfer Herman, Hats, Caps 

and Furs 16 E Washington, res 321 N 

Alabama. 
Bamberger Isaac, elk H Bamberger, bds 5 

Ft Wayne ave. 
Bamberger Michael, elk New York Hat 

Co, bds 321 N Alabama. 
Band Frederick, car repairer C H & I Ry, 

res 71 Summit. 
Bane Edward J, engineer L N A & C Ry, 

bds Mrs L A Wells. 
Bane John, basketmkr, res s s Morris 2 w 

of Lee (W I). 
Banes Wm J, night elk St Charles, bds same. 
Banes W J, attendant Insane Hospital. 
Banett Mary, laundress Troy Laundry, bds 

180 W Merrill. 
Banion Jasper, lab I B & W Ry. 
Bank of Commerce, John H Stewart pres, 

John W Ray cashr, s e cor Virginia 

ave and Penn. 
Banke John H, carp C I St L &C Ry shops, 

res 218 Olive. 
*Bankett Theodore, coachman 272 N 

Penn. 
®Banks Alfred, waiter Occidental hotel, 

res 15 Ellsworth. 
Banks Christ, fireman Indpls Cabinet Co, 

res Brightwood. 
Banks Harry E, lab, res n s Nevada 1 e of 

Hillside ave (Oak Hill). 
*Banks Hugh., lab, rms 150 E Wabash, 
Banks Isaac, lab A I Lyon, res 37 New- 
man. 
•'■Banks Isaiah, lab, res 37 Newman. 
*Banks James, lab, res rear 67 Howard. 
Banks Thomas, tinner I D & S car shops, 

bds 448 Indiana ave. 
Banmann Wm, cooper Kasimier Seiter, bds 

187 Madison ave. 
Bannan Michael, candy 264 Indiana ave, 

res same. 
Bannan Richard, helper Sinker, Davis & 

Co, res 47 Wyoming. 
■•■'Banner Moses, teamster, res w s Meridian 

4 s of Belt R R. 
Banner Rudolph, saloon 178 Indiana ave, 

res same. 
Banning James H, foreman Indiana Pha- 
lanx Co, res Irvington. 
Bannister George L, elk Stout & Bannis- 
ter, res 267 N Tennessee. 
Bannister Samuel N (Stout & Bannister), 

res 267 N Tennessee. 
Bannon Andrew, molder Indpls Stove Co, 

res 665 Madison ave. 
Bannon Andrew jr, cigarmkr J Rauch, 

bds 665 Madison ave. 
Bannon George (Turpin & Co), res 206 

Dougherty. 
Bannon .James E, wire worker Hollenbeck 

& Miller, res 111 E Washington. 
Bannon Lenna, bds 179 Fletcher ave. 
Bannon Michael, lab, bds 665 Madison ave. 



iSHOVER & GHRISTIANJContractors and Builders. 

Prompt and personal uttcutioii given to Repair Work. ( Telephone 160. 115 to 125 N. Alabama St 



CLEGTRiCJIL SUPPLY DEPOT 

Its Elt-ctrical Work and Electrical Siipplios (if I'vi-rv Doscription. 



15 CIRCLE ST. 
CIRCLE PARK HOTEL. 
Poo adv. opp. r.loctrio Supplies. 



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Bannwarth Albert, tel opr, bds 3(J Mass ave. 
Bannwarth Benedict, shoemkr, res 3G Mass 

ave. 
Bannwarth Benjamin, elk C Brink, bds 36 

Mass ave. 
Bannwarth Charles, tel opr, bds 36 Mass 

ave. 
Bansant Samuel A, lab, res 30 Davis. 
Banse Bertha R, elk E E Brown, res 193 S 

East. 
Banse Paulina T, caudy wrapper E Irmer, 

res 193 S East. 
Banse Wm (Lenker & Banse), res 193 S 

East. 
Banta Dallas, teamster E C Andrews & 

Co, res 23 Charles. 
Banta John H, printer The Morning Star 

Publishing Co, bds St Charles Hotel. 
Banta Wilson T, trav agt, res 410 E Mc- 

Carty. 
Bany, see also Behne. 
Bany Adam, Choice Wines, Liquors 

and Cigars 389 Mass ave cor Noble, res 

same. 
Bany Edmund, barber H Teats, res rear 

292 E Louisiana. 
Bany Frank, tinner I L Frankem. 
Bany Henry, porter Merchants' National 

Bank, res 253 E Washington. 
Bany Peter, saloon 251 and 253 E Wabh- 

ington, res 167 N State ave. 
Bany Simon, shoemkr, res 746 E Market. 
Bany Simon jr, bartender Adam Bany, bds 

744 E Market. 
Bany Verona, domestic 78 E St Joseph. 
Banzhaf Martin, mach Sinker, Davis & Co, 

res 385 E Georgia. 
*Baptist John H, carp, res 299 Bright. 
Bar, see Barr. 

*Barbee Henry, lab, res 184 W 1st. 
*Barbee Milton, lab, res 214 W New York. 
Barnee Robert B, carriagemkr J J Kra- 
mer, res 197^ E Washington. 
Barber Angelina E (wid Luman F), res 90 

Indiana ave. 
*Barber Edward, lab, bds 122 W 4th. 
Barber Edward A, foreman Indpls Cabinet 

Co, res 18 Wheeler. 
*Barber Frederick, lab A Jordan, bds 136 

Mankedick. 
Barber Henry, lab, res 456 W New York. 
*Biirber James H, lab, res 456 W New 

York. 
*Barber .John, lab F G Shade, bds 166 W 

Georgia. 
Barber John, mach Indpls Cabinet Co, res 

469 Lincoln ave. 
*Barl)er J Emmett, lab, bds 456 W New 

York. 
*Barber Mrs Laura, res 325 W St Clair. 
*Barber Lewis, lab, res 33 Athon. 
*Barber Samuel, lab, res 121 Rhode Island. 
*Barber Shadrick, butler Rufus Stephens, 

res 80 Christian ave. 



ANESHAENSeL & STRONG S^^ 

The leading o 

"Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Gas Fixtures, ^""""^ 

Plumbers' Steam and G.is Fillers' Supplies. |^ 

Personal aiteuliou nivtMi to all our work, ^^^j 

and satisfaction guaranteed iti every |T| 

instuiiee. ' ive tisa trial. Telephone 850. L -* 

91 North Pennsylvania St. Denisou Hotel Block. 

•Barber Simon, lab, res 121 Rhode Island. -*^.>^, 
*Barber Thomas, lab, res 136 Mankedick. ^""^ 
•Barber Virgil, lab, res n e cor Helmont'^'T^^. 

ave and Johnson (W I). >^"' 

*Barbour Agnes, bds 204 Elizabeth. ^ ^^ 

"Barbour Charles, lab W J Benner, res n sV. Jt 

8th 1 w of Canal. ^ j H 

Barbour Harriet (wid Samuel), res 216 ^^ihJmJ 

West. 
*Barbour Isaac, teamster, bds 204 Eliza- 

beth. ^^3^ 

■-•■Barbour Sonney, lab, res 198 Elizabeth. ^ ] 

*Barbonr Tony, driver Michigan Lumber r~]i^ 

and Coal Co. res 28 St Mary. *- ^ 

-Barbour Walker, lab, res 204 Elizabeth. ^ 

Barckdall Daniel, head jnuitor P O bldg, -QJ^ 

res w s Budd 1 s of Vermont. -<^^ 

Barckdall Mary A (wid Benjamin), tail- "^ 

cress, bds 484 W New York. C"^ 

Banikdall Percival, lab Kingan & Co, res Vm^^ 

281 W Pearl. )— r-< 

Barkdall Rachel, sorter Salisbury & Vin- f^^ 

ton Paper Co, res 283 W Pearl. y ^„^ 

Barckdall Wm A, driver Daniel Burton ,^f^\j 

bds 326 Court. '^ ^ 

Barclay, .see also Barklcyand Berkley. \_lu. 

Barclay Mrs Ellen, tailoress John Mescall 

res 600 N West. f"^ 

Barclay Isabella (wid James), res 331 Ash. C Ji 
Barcus Wm, lab, res 2 Orchard ave. /^"^ 

Barcus Wm A, molder Chandler & Taylor, ^^^^ 

bds 219 N Mississippi. ■ 

Bard Minnie, elk, rms 265 N Tennessee. 
*Barfield Isaac, lab, res 18 Newman. ^ 

Barger Conrad \V, upholsterer T Madden P 

lounge factory, res 191 Orange. CO B 

Barhite Felecia A (wid Charles), cook [> m; 

Emmett Hotel. <5 ^ 

Barhite Sarah A (wid Charles), res 37i "^ <^ 

Kentucky ave. t::* ^ 

Barkalow Caroline (wid Wm IT), res 520 S Ct> 

N Mississippi. tT* S 

Barkalow John W, asst bkkpr The Wm F tT* q 

Piel Co. res 854 N Penn. y-^ '^ 

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fj M Barkau Henry, driver George Grinstein- 
^ ^ ner, res 426 E Maryland. 
^ \t^ Barker Charles S, elk Atkin's Saw Works, 
Q ^ bds 664 N Mississippi. 

M Barker Jacob, auditor I B & W Ry, res 265 
N Mississippi. 
Barker Samuel M, inspector meats board 
*"""* — ' of health 5 Court House, res 460 N 
New Jersey. 
Barker Walter, cabinetmkr Indpls Cabinet 
*iM Co, res Brightwood. 
CO Barker Walter L, elk G Wysong, bds 460 
2J^^ N New Jersey. 
^ ^^J Barkes Obadiah T, sawyer Carter & Lee, 

CZ res 1017 W Washington (W I). 
^■■■Barkes Sarah E (wid Wm), res 12 S Mis- 
^^^^ sissippi. 

^^^Barkhau Mary (wid Henry), res 361 N 
^■"^ Spring. 

• Barkley, see also Barclay and Berkley. 
^^^Barkley James, bds w s Excelsior ave 2 .n 

Oof Progress ave. 
Barkley James, lab, rms 169 W Wabash. 
Barkley Minor, elk C I St L & C Ry, res 
#i^l«% 149 S East. 

^ ^ Barklow John W, carp, res 247 N Liberty. 
jZS» Barleious Wm, lab, bds 168 Fayette. 
^Barlesius Gottfreid, bds 152 Blake. 
^Barlow George T, policeman, res 742 E 
^JJ Washington. 
^^^Barlow John F, millwright Sinker, Davis 
C^ & Co. res 18 Athon. 
CSBarlow'Wm T, elk J Wells, bds 26 Hos- 
■■■■ brook. 

Barmeier Harry, driver C Schrader & Bro, 
*»**' bds 67 S East. 

^jBarmeier Henrietta (wid Bernard), music 
^™» teacher, bds 67 S East. 
HH" Barmore Mrs Hester A, res 85 W Michigan. 
jB^^Barnaby George M, lab, bds 4 Coe. 
t^jBarnaby Thomas, teamster, res 4 Coe. 
Barnaby Wm O, lab, res 133 Locke. 
Q3Barnard, see uko Barnhart, Bernard and 
^^^ Bernhard. 

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Barnard Kred, Boots and Shoes 47 

W Washington, res 92 W Ohio. 
Barnard Henry, res 473 S Illinois. 
Barnard John, lab, bds 26 S West. 
Barnard Sarah, bds 473 S Illinois. 
Barnau Louis, engineer C St L & P Ry, 

res 36 Oriental. 
Barneclo Frank, driver, bds 156 S Noble. 
Barneclo Rebecca R (wid John M), bds 

365 Ash. 
Barneclo Wilber G, elk Donnan & Off, res 

365 Ash. 
Barnfuhrer Christian, lab, res 186 Reid. 
Barnfuhrer Frederick G, candymkr Mes- 

sick. Cones & Co, bds 186 Reid. 
Barnfuhrer John, cigarmkr G Roswinkel, 

res 186 Reid. 
Barn?s, see also Barns. 
Barnes Albert A, propr Udell works, res 

782 N Illinois. 
Barnes Albert H (Barnes & Bro), res 450 

Mass ave. 
Barnes Alfred A, salesman Fahnley & Mc- 

Crea, bds 405 E Washington. 
Barnes Arthur L, bkkpr Ward Bros, bds 

151 N Illinois. 
Barnes Charles A, collector S Hudson, res 

1 William. 
Barnes Charles A, physician. Gale (Bright- 
wood), res same., 
Barnes Douglass, lab Kingan & Co, bds 

286 W Maryland. 
Barnes Eaton, sawyer M & C Union, res 55 

Dougherty. 
Barnes Edward C (Barnes & Bro), res 450 

Mass ave. 
Barnes Edward J, car driver, res 230 W 

Ohio. 
Barnes Emma (wid Daniel), res 286 W 

Maryland. 
Barnes George W (G W Barnes & Co), res 

547 N Illinois. 
Barnes G IJV & Co (George W 

Barnes), Installments 35 Sentinel bldg. 
Barnes Harry, sec'y U S One Stave Bucket 

Co. 
Barnes Henry F, Pres Mutual Life and 

Endowment Association, physician 20 

Indiana ave, res same. 
Barnes Henry I, ticket receiver C St L & 

P Ry, res 140 N Mississippi. 
Barnes Hugh, lab, bds 286 W Maryland. 
*Barnes Jane (wid John), laundress, res 

24 Willard. 
Barnes John, carp, res 277 Fayette. 
•"Barnes .Jonas, lab Sinker, Davis & Co, res 

226 E Merrill. 
Barnes Mrs r,aura A (wid Rich- 
ard A), Milliner 405, 407 E Washington, 

res same. 
Barnes, McMurtry & Co (E Barnes, A R 

McMurtry, Franklin Landers, Jackson 

Landers John Landers), pork packers 53 

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Barnes Mamie, chambermaid Deaf and 

Dumb Institute. 
Barnes Mary E (wid Wm),bds 222 W 8th. 
Barnes Ricliard H, trav agt The Bowen- 

Merrill Co, res 454 Broadway. 
*Barnes Walter, driver, rms 82 W Market. 
Barnes Wm, molder Indpls Stove Co, bds 

333 N New Jersey. 
Barnes Wm, lab Kingan et Co, res 286 W 

Maryland. 
Barnes Wm H, student, bds n e cor Penn 

and 11th. 
Barnes Wm T, trav agt Mrs W M Herri- 

ott, res 434 N Delaware. 
Barnes & Bro (Albert H and Edward C 

Barnes), saloon 450 Mass ave. 
Barnett, see also Barnitt. 
Barnett Bennett, pawnbroker 65 S Illinois, 

res same. 
Barnett Daniel, carp, res 146 Randolph. 
Barnett David W, pres Barnett & Elliott 

Shoe Co, res Franklin, Ind. 
Barnett Edward, lab, res 281 W Merrill. 
Barnett Edward, lab Sinker, Davis & Co, 

res 300 Kentucky ave. 

Barnett Edwin, lab Nordyke & Marmon 

Co, res Nordyke ave 5 n of Morris ( W I). 

Barnett Hattie (wid Wm), res 165 N Noble. 

Barnett James, conductor I D & S By, bds 

w s Miley ave 13 n of W Washington 

(W I). 

Barnett James A, elk R W Furnas, bds 85 

N Delaware. 
Barnett James M, trav agt, res 172 Buchan- 
an. 
Barnett James R, tel opr St L V T H & I 

R R yards, res 271 W Vermont. 
Barnett John H, lab, bds 63 Cherry. 
Barnett John W, carp, res 667 Madison ave. 
Barnett Mrs Julia, costumer 65 S Illinois, 

res same. 
Barnett L,OUiS E, Restaurant 104 S 

Illinois, res 124 W New York. 
Barnett Lucy J (wid Francis), bds 271 W 

Vermont. 
Barnett Mary, bds 247 Blake. 
Barnett May, domestic 77 W Ohio. 
Barnett Salem C, elk M Sells & Co, res 171 

Hadley ave (W I). 
Barnett S R, section boss C H & I Ry, res 

Woodside. 
Barnett Thomas, watchman Indiana Re- 
form Institution for Women and Girls, 
res n w cor Randolph and Sturm. 
Barnett Virg E, bds 163 Hadley ave (W I.) 
Barnett Wm, pedler, res 145 Eddy. 
Barnett & Blliot Sboe Co, D W 
Barnett Pres, J R Newton Sec and Treas, 
Wholesale Mnfrs Ladies' and Misses' Fine 
Shoes 32 W Maryland. 
Barney Charles W, switchman C St L & P 

Ry, res 264 E Georgia. 
Barnhardt Charles, lab^ res 44 Bradshaw. 
Barnhardt Ernest, lab, res 914 S Meridian. 



Frenzel Brothers, 

No. 1 West Wai^h. St. (Merchants National Bank) 

FnrGion ExctienQE 

A«d Money Orders on all principal ForeigHpoiHts 
AT LOWEST KATES. 

Barnhardt Wm G, polisher Indpls Picture 

Frame Co, bds 80 Iowa. 
Barnhart see also Barnard, Bernard and 

Bernhard. 
Barnhart Berry, molder Indpls Mall Iron 

Co, res 1011 W Washington ( W I). 
Barnhart George R, engineer C I St L & C 

Ry, res 209 English ave. 
Barnhart James, caller C I St L & C Ry 

shops, bds 209 English ave. 
Barnhart Joel L, trav agt Conduitt & Sons, 

res 166 E St Joseph. 
Barnhart Mary E, nurse Flower Mission 

Training School for Nurses, res City 

Hospital. '' 

Barnhart Waller C, mach Atkins' saw 

works, bds 90 Maple. 
Barnhart Wm H, wagonmkr Schweikle & 

Prange, res 90 Maple. 
Barnhart Woodson G, lab Atkins' saw 

works, bds 90 Maple. 
Barnhill Jacob W, carp rear 176 W Wash- 
ington, res same. 
Barnhill James K, teacher, res Woodside. 
Barnhill Lizzie, candy wrapper Theo 

Moensch & Bro, bds 68 English ave. 
Barnhizer Daniel, blksmith, res 150 Col- 
lege ave. 
Barnhizer Maude, elk H P Wasson & Co, 

bds 150 College ave. 
Barnhizer Wm S. candymkr Daggett & 

Co, res 150 College ave. 
Barnitt, see also Barnett. 
Barnitt Frank M, elk J L Barnitt, res 41 

Camp. 
Barnitt James L, grocer 299 N Mississippi, 

bds 513 N West. 
Barnitt Thomas, watchman fire dept, res 

390 N Mississippi. 
Barnitt Thomas jr, baggage master, res 513 

N West. 
Barnkamp Wm, soapmkr E C Andrews & 

Co, res 69 Chadwick. 
Barns, see also Barttes. 
Barns Hiram, cooper, res 467 W New York. 

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0-1 3^ C. BRADF-ORD, 

P4 2 rt Solicitor of American and Foreign Tutcnts, IC and IS 
fc3 3 fl Hubbard Block, Indianapolis, Ind., and Le Droit 
Q-t y^P^ Building, opp. U. S. ralcnt OlTicu, Washington, 
*s -B^ D.C. Ste advertisement under head of 
0-1 §3 "Patpnt Solifitnr^" in olno°i»oH i;=.>. 

5 -SS Barns Martin R, miller Acme Milling Co, 

2 .9 S bds 467 W New York. 

H -SBarnnm Cvnthia C (P L & C C Barnum), 

g I res 182 E Market. 

g Barnum Pandora L (P L & C C Barnum), 

<1 res 190 E Market. 

^■^ — y~' Barnum P L & C C (Pandora L and Cyn- 

>/^ thia C), grocers 182 E Market. 

24 Barnum Rev Thomas C, res 190 E Market. 

fcrd Barnum Wm W, coal 475 E Michigan, 

H^ res 190 E Market. 

p^ Baron Amanda, ironer Insane Hospital. 

[-tH^ Baron C F, Druggist 707 E Washing- 
l ton, res same; Telephone 845. 

^^^. Baron George M, cabinetmkr Otto Stech- 
l^^ hau, l)ds 707 E Washington. 
"^^ Baron Henry H, painter P C & St L Ky, 
\^^ res 64 Summit. 

Baron Jacob, lab Frederick Dietz, res 34 

f^ Yeiser. 

r^ . . Baron Jacob J, cabinetmkr Otto Stechhan, 

O bds 707 E Washington. 

^^ Baron John F, cabinetmkr Otto Stechhan, 

^^ bds 707 E W^ashington. 

^^ Baron J George, cutter C B Cones, Son & 

^r^ (-0, res 707 E Washington. 

t— < Baron Wm, finisher Western Furn Co, bds 
r 707 E Washington. 

I I J Barr, nee also Btiar, Bahr, Bayer, Behr, Beyer 
r^l and Byer, 

Barr Andrew A, shipping elk U S En- 

r^ caustic Tile works, res 884 N Mississippi. 

►^ Barr Anna (wid John H), res 170 Bu- 

{"V" chanan. 

PC^ Barr Frank, checkman Frank Bird, bds 78 
Ash. 

^^_ Barr Frank, cooper, bds 272 W Maryland. 

Kbh Barr Jacob, ci^armkr, res 78 Ash. 

^ Barr Wm H, d^river, res 425 E St Clair. 

•^ Barr Wm H, switchman C C C & I Ry, res 

H ^ 21 Concordia. 

w^ Barrell James A, finisher W Kautsky, res 

w T^ 118 Kennington. 
^ Barrett Andrew, mach C I St L & C Ry 
I I . shops, bds 191 Meek. 

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Barrett Casper, junk, res 224 S East. 
Barrett Charles, carriage painter, res 412 

N New Jersey. 
Barrett diaries E, Attorney at 

Law 86 E Market, res 564 N Penn. 
Barrett Edward W, molder Indpls Mall 

Iron Co, bds J Ellis, Haughville. 
Barrett Edwin, brakeman, res 58 Hoyt ave. 
Barrett Elizabeth (wid John), bds 79 

Fletcher ave. 
Barrett Floss, res 187 W Court. 
Barrett Henry, finisher Indpls Mall Iron 

Co, res Haughville. 
Barrett Herman, second-hand goods 272 E 

Washington, res same. 
Barrett James, helper Indpls Foundry Co, 

bds 34 Dougherty. 
Barrett Jennie, tailoress, bds 174 Meek. 
Barrett .lohn, lab, res 34 Dougherty. 
Barrett John, lab, bds 76 Chadwick. 
Barrett John, lab, bds 11 McGinnis. 
Barrett John M, molder Indpls Malleable 

Iron Co, rms H Barrett, Haughville. 
Barrett .lulia, domestic Denison House. 
Barrett Margaret (wid EdVrard), res 76 

Chadwick. 
Barrett Martin, lab, bds 11 McGinnis. 
Barrett Mary (wid Edward), res 11 Mc- 
Ginnis. 
Barrett Mary, domestic Denison House. 
Barrett Mary K (wid Patrick), res 232 W 

Georgia. 
Barrett Nathan, printer Indpls Newspaper 

Union, bds 224 S East. 
Barrett Nellie, laundress Gem Laundry, 

res 76 Chadwick. 
Barrett Patrick, lab C H & I Ry, res 174 

Meek. 
Barrett Patrick, molder Hetherington & 

Berner, bds 34 Dougherty. 
Barrett Richard, lab Kingan & Co, bds 276 

W Maryland. 
Barrett Rose, elk Backus & Brandt, bds 

276 W Merrill. 
Barrett Rose (wid James), res 180 W Mer- 
rill. 
Barrett Samuel H, elk Vance Hunter & 

Co, res 229 E Washington. 
Barrett Sarah, tailoress, bds 224 S East. 
Barrett Simpson K, bkkpr George C Beck, 

bds Sherman House. 
Barrett Solomon, second hand store 229 E 

Washington, res same. 
Barrett Thomas F, fireman engine co No 4, 

res 275 S West. 
Barrett Thomas K, metropolitan creditors 

agents, res 232 W Georgia. 
Barretta Thomas, rms 81 W Georgia. 
Barrick John R (Hancock & Barrick), res 

184 W Vermont. 
Barrow George, polisher Indpls Mnfg Co, 

res 1 Shelby. 
Barrows Albert R, mach A Minter, bds 633 

W Vermont. 



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SAMMONS & MUELLER,^- 

(.Telephone 795) . i 

Main Office, Branch, Yard, -^^^ 

7 Virginia Ave. 155 W. Wash. 149 S. Alabama. ^>ia-^^ 

Lime, Cement, W 

SEWER PIPE, FIRE BRICK, HAIR, LATH, F^^ 
PLASTER. ETC., ETC. ^ 

Barthel Frank, but<!her Barthel Bros, bds 

409 E Washington. 
Barthel Gustave (Barthel Bros), res 409 E' 

Washington. > ., 

Barthel Johanna (wid Bernhard), bds 409. JTl 

E Washington. , . 

Barthel Oscar B (Barthel Bros), rms overl '"""\ 

407 E Washington. r 

Bartholomew Alice M, elk, bds 379 S[_ '^ 

Meridian. ^ — .^ 

Bartholomew Harris M, boots and shoes .„^/J. 

465 S Meridian, res 379 same. 
Bartholomew John W, elk S T Bartholo-, — ■ — , 

mew, bds 561 Virginia ave. 
Bartholomew Leila, teacher public school yj 

No 6, bds 379 S Meridian. ^1 %rk 

Bartiiolome^v' Pliny "W, Lawyer ,^ IM 

7 Iron block, res 340 Ash. ,9 ^ 

Bartholomew Silas T, second hand dealer fi <! 

561 Virginia ave, res same. o ^ 

Bartholomew Washington I, trav agt, res U c+ 

77 W Ohio. ® m 

Bartholomew W^m, lab Francis Kobinius, ^^ 9 

rms 295 E Washington. q c4- 

Bartlett Cyrus, sawmkr W B Barry Saw & • t^" 

Supply Co, res 174 E South. CQ 

Bartlett Franklin E, lab Atlas works, res s f*' 

s Rebecca 1 w of Baltimore ave. ^-^ — * — ' 
*Bartlett George, porter S P Wadley, bds . - 

733 N Meridian. ' Fj 

«Bartlett George, lab, res 166 W 2d. ■■ "* 

■■■Bartlett Harrison, porter M E Whitson, Q 

res rear 123 Columbia. mv 

Bartlett Isaac, painter, bds 232 N Missis- (-" 

sippi. I r 

Bartlett Jacob W, lab Atlas works, res 252^— 

Mass ave. f^m 

Bartlett John, teamster, res e s Sangster I | 

ave 2 s of Rebecca. 
Bartlett John W, teamster S P Stem, rms Q] 

119|Ft Wayne ave. i » 

'•Bartlett Joseph, coachman 684 N Dela- '^\i 

ware. L__^ 

Bartlett Joseph, lab, res Wells (N I). LU ! 

*Bartlett Kate, domestic 734 N Meridian. _.,. ! 

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Barrows Charles, bds 70 Elizabeth. 
Barrows Edward W, printer Indiana 

Farmer, bds 85 Spann ave. 
Barrows Frederick A, printer Indiana 

Farmer, bds 85 Spann ave. 
Birrows Hollis, mach, res 633 W Vermont. 
Barrows Wm F, foreman Indiana Farmer, 

res 85 Spann ave. 
Barry Charles L, drugs, res 185 St Mary. 
Barry Mrs Elizabeth N, bds 439 S Illinois. 
Barry John, lamp trimmer Brush Electric 

Light Co, res S Tennessee. 
Barry John, merchant tailor 29 Virginia 

ave, bds Hotel English. 
Barry Mary (wid Edward), res 209 W 

South. 
Barry Mary (wid Charles), bds 227 Lin- 
den. 
Barry Maurice J, foreman Richards & 

Butler, res 203 W McCarty. 
Barry Michael, engineer, rms 209 W 

South. 
Barry Patrick, lab, res 128 W Vermont. 
Barry Samuel with W B Barry Saw & 

Supply Co, bds Circle House. 
Barry Thomas, lab Kingan & Co, res 235 

W Maryland. 
Barry Thomas G (Bridgeland & Barry), 

res 699 N Meridian. 
Barry Tillie (wid Wm J), res 227 Bright. 
Barry Wm, porter W E Lee & Co, rms 69 

W Washington. 
Barry Wm B, propr W B Barry Saw & 

Supply Co, res 74 College ave. 
Barry ^W B, Saw & Supply Co, 

Wm B B irry Propr, 132 and 134 S Penn ; 

Telephone 62S. 
Bartel John, patternmkr Indpls Mall Iron 

Co, resYIaoghville. 
Bartels Frank, lab, bds 249 Shelby. 
Bartels George A, lab, res 249 Shelby. 
Barter Mrs Wm, re.s 222 Davidson. 
Barth August, carp Henry Helms, bds 256 

N Pine. 
Barth Mrs Carrie, domestic C R Miles, res 

123 W Vermont. 
Barth Charles H, supt and bkkpr Indpls 

Ice Co, res 603 N Mississippi. 
Barth Clayton A, stenographer Am Ex Co, 

bds 453 N West. 
Barth Jacob S, bkkpr Eagle Machine 

Works Co, bds 453 N West. 
Barth John W, trav agt C Vonnegut, res 

385 N West. 
Barth Richard C. caller I B & W By, res 

191 W Maryland. 
Barth Rev Sebastian C, res 453 N West. 
Barth Tillie, bds 453 N West. 
Barth Wm G, trav agt, bds 400 N Illinois. 
Barthel Albert, meat market 754 E Wash- 
ington, res same. 
Barthel Bros (Gustave and Oscar B), 

Meat Market 409 E Washington and 

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12 and 15 Thorpe Block. 

*Bartlett Leroy, porter Johnston «Si; Bennett, 
res 281 Indiana ave. 

*Bartlett Levi, lab, res 281 Indiana ave. 

Bartlett Lizzie, domestic National Hotel, 

*Bartlett Lydia (wid David), bds rear 123 
Columbia. 

Bartlett M Margaret, bds 226 N East. 

Bartlett Nancy, cook 247 N Tennessee. 

"Bartlett Richard, lab, res 416 W North. 

Bartlett Mrs Eosaltha A, rms 116J W New 
York. 

Bartlett Wm H, driver N Y store, res 
80 McGinnis. 

Bartley Adrian, cook F R Jennings, res 505 
N California. 

Bartley James M, carp I B & W Ry, rms 
37i W Market. 

Bartley John, lab, res 426 Lafayette R R. 

*Bartley Nancy, domestic 249 N Tennessee. 

Bartley Seymour P, porter F R Jennings, 
bds 505 N California. 

Bartley Vangie B, rms SVa W Market. 

Bartling Wm, drayman W J Holliday & 
Co, res 60 Fletcher ave. 

Bartlow, see ako Barklow. 

Bartlow Samuel, painter Wm Muecke, res 
s e cor Michigan and Liberty. 

Barton Anna, bds 318 N California. 

Barton Bridget, bds 24 Chadwick. 

Barton Daniel, lab, res 24 Chadwick. 

Barton John R, driver Brazil coal and 
wood yard, res 55 Elm. 

Barton Lewis F, baggageman, res 138 Clif- 
ford ave. 

Barton Louis P, conductor C St L & P Ry, 
bds 715 E Market. 

Barton Lydia, confectioner 213 W Wash- 
ington, res same. 

-Barton Millie (wid Wm), res 263 Lafay- 
ette Ry. 
Barton Sanford, cabinetmkr Moore Combi- 
nation Desk Co, res Brinkman and Line 
ave. 
Barton Wm E, ster.ograpber Citizens' Street 
Ry Co, bds HoM ErpiHsh. 



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Barton Wm R, elk, bds 55 Elm. 

Barton Wm T, blksmith State House, res 

213 W W^ashington. 
Bartullis Mary (wid Wm), res rear 321 S 

Delaware. 
Bartz Charles, lab Standard Oil Co. 
Bar US Carl) Music Teacher 243 N 

East, res same. 
Basard Aaron, carp, bds 274 W New York. 
Basard Edgar M, joiner P Routier, bds 274 

W New York. 
Base Ernest, lab Malleable Iron Works, res 

Haughville. 
Base Henry, carp P C & St L Ry. 
Basey, see also Baase, Beese and Boese. 
Basey Andrew, rubber Spiegel, Thorns & 

Co, res 297 E Georgia. 
Basey Andrew H, mach, bds 75 S Noble. 
Basey Christina (wid Christian), bds 297 E 

Georgia. 
Basey Frederick, lab C St L & P Ry. 
Basey Frederick C, lab, res 324 E Ver- 
mont. 
Basey Louis C. apprentice C St L & P 

Ry, bds 324 E Vermont. 
Basey Otto F, upholsterer Michael Clune, 

bds 324 E Vermont. 
Basey Wm, lab, res 25^ N New Jersey. 
Basey Wm C, varnisher Spiegel, Thorns & 

Co, bds 297 E Georgia. 
Basler Agnes (wid George W), bds 849 N 

Illinois. 
Basler Philip, lab, Wm F Piel & Co. 
Basnett Wm A, elk Model Clothing Co, 

bds Emmett Hotel. 
Bass Charles O (T W Bass & Son), bds 406 

Ash. 
Bass Florence, teacher public school No 6, 

bds 406 Ash. 
Bass George F, prin public school No 3, 

res 494 Ash. 
Bass Jane W, prin public school No 26, bds 

393 College ave. 
Bass Lovel, lab, res 31 Bradshaw. 
*Ba.=s Mary, domestic 88 N Illinois. 
*Bass Olive, domestic 282 N Illinois. 
Bass Thomas W (T W Bass & Son), res 406 

Ash. 
Bass Thomas W & vSon (Thomas W and 

Charles O), broommkrs 406 Ash. 
■■-Bass Wm, lab, res 171 E Court. 
Bass Wm H, bds 393 College ave. 
Basse John, drayman, res 347 Union. 
Bassett Hiram H,trav agt, res 174 John. 
Bassett Homer, lab, bds 174 John. 
Bassett John A, elk L S Ayres & Co, rms 

35 W Washington. 
Bassett Lillie, bds 174 John. 
*Bassett Rev Richard, pastor Corinthian 
Baptist Church, res 279 Yandes. ^ 

Bassett Thomas M (Pettis, Bassett & Co), 

res 559 N Penn. 
Bassett Timothy F, engineer C I St L & C 
Ry, res 251 Hoyt ave. 



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tlention given to estimates on loss- 
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Bassett Walter B, genl agt The Pittsburg 
Bridge Co, 38 Ross block, res same. 

Bassler Philip, lab, res 55 James. 
Bast John, carp, res e s Jefferson ave 2 s of 
Clifford ave. 

Easier Frances (wid Edward \ res 272 Pros- 
pect. 

Baster Harry, lab Tucker & Dorsey Mnlg 
Co, bds 272 Pro.spect. 

Bast-er Wm E, electrotyper Wanoamaker 
& Marshall, bds 272 Prospect. 

Basiin Frederick, lineman B & O Tel Co, 
res 22 Maple. 

Batchell Robert V, fireman Indpls Cabinet 
Co, res 67 Malott ave. 

Batchelor Wm, engineer Occidental Hotel. 

Batcher John, oiler P C & St L Ry. 

Batch lor Wm, plasterer, res 267 E Wash- 
ington, t 

Bateman George E, barber, bds Enterprise 
Hotel. 

Bateman Louis, lab, res 37 Roe. 

Batenfel Henry E, elk store room Bee Line 
shops, res 315 N Noble. 

Bates Anna, tailoress, bds 271 S Delaware. 

Bates Belle M, wks U S Encaustic Tile 
works, bds 338 W 1st. 

Bates Block, see When Block. 

*Bates Caroline, cook Mrs A Major, res 82 
Torbet. 

Bates Carrie, domestic, 48 W North. 

Bates Charles A (M V & C A Bates), res" 
329 N Alabama. 

Bates Charles A Jr, Publisher and 
.Job Printer 27 Circle, res 329 N Ala- 
bama. {See adv opp.) 

Bates Daniel, molder Nordyke & Marmon 
Co, res 453 E McCarty. 

Bates David H, pres and general mngr 
B & O Tel Co, res New York Citv. 

Bates Eliza E, artist, bds 222 E St Clair. 

Bates Frank P, baggageman W St L & P 
Ry, bds 142 S East. 

Bates George L, upholsterer, bds 27 S Del- 
aware. 

Bates Hervey, paying teller First National 
Bank, bds Bates House. 

Bat€s Hervev jr, Hominy Mills s w cor .J 
M & I Ry'and Palmer, res 898 N Illinois. 

Bates House, Louis Riebold Propr, 
n w cor Illinois aud Washington. 

"Btites James, lab, bds 173 W 3d. 

Bates John, lab Indpls Cabinet Co, res 
Lawrence (Oak Hill). 

Bates Louisa, domestic 13 W North. 

Bates Louisa A (wid M Howard) bds 207 
Blake. 

Bates Magdalene (wid Gustav), res 271 S 
Delaware. 

Bates Marietta (wid Wm F), res 222 E St 
Clair. 

Bates M V (M V & C A Bates), res 329 N 
Alabama. 






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Bates M V & C A (M V & Charles HH 

.A Bates), Proprs Bates Transfer Co 2 ^J 

Circle; Telephone 812. {See adv p 8.) T 
Bates Nancy R (wid Warren), res 185 W r*^ 

New York. )r 

Bates Mrs Nettie, res 81 W Michigan. I j 

Bates Rice G, elk M T Ohr, res 222 E St fT] 

Clair. ^ 

Bates Transfer Co, M V & C A 

Bates Props, 2 Circle ; Telephone 812. 

{See adv p 8.) 
Bates Wm, switchman W St L & P Ry, 

res 36 Yandes. 
Bates Wm J, dentist, bds 397 Virginia ave 
Bath Henry, burner Indpls Terra Cotta Co, 

res Brightwood. 

Batley Wm, stone cutter, bds 26 S West, mmJ 
Batliner John, patternmkr Sinker, Davis ^^2 

& Co, res 37 Peru ave. ™^ 

Batner Adam J, bread and cakes East^^S! 

Market, res 237 E Washington. G^» 

Batterel Augustus, car driver, bds 419 Ash.^^^ 
Batterton Eugene C, molder Indpls Mall J^^^ 

Iron Co, res Haughville. ^9^ 

»Battle Harriet (wid Wm), bds 226 E«^^ 

Merrill. ■**" 

Battrell Lawn, lab, bds 147 W South. ^^^ 

Batty, see also Beuiiy. SIC 

Batty Edwin, carp, res 127 W 5th. w^^^ 

Batty Edwin E, elk, bds 127 W 5tji. 'Tg^ 

Batty George W, mngr P Ehrlich & Co, res_^_. 

130 W 4th. ■■■ 

Batty Robert P, elk Dittman & Son, bds a w 

127 W 5th. • M 

Baty .John, roofer C Zimmerman A Son, . JO 

rms 51^ W Washington. g JJ 

Bauchman Albert, carp, res w s Singleton § ^ 

1 n of Jasper. O 3 

Bauer see also Baiir, Bauer and Bower. W o JJ 

Bauer Albert, apprentice A Schiffling, res q :s5 

38 Wyoming. 2 S 3 

Bauer Albert, lab Indpls Tile works, bds •" -^g 

791 N Mississippi. _ ^ o5 

Bauer Charles, apprentice Dean Bros Steam ;♦ %!^ 

Pump w orks, bds 261 E M orris. " , Z' 

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^^^ PICTURES, 
>^^ FRAMES. 

W^ MOULDINGS, 

_^_ , AND LOOKING GLASSES. 

^^Bauer Cliarles, Wholesale Dealer in 
^^™ all kinds of Cheese. Cider, Pickles, Vin- 
b^ egar and Salt Fish 92 S Delaware, res 38 
l^i^ Wyoming. 

O Bauer Conrad, meats 148 N Tennessee, res 
same. 
Bauer Elizabeth, bds 408 N Pine. 
Bauer Elizabeth (wid Valentine), res 9 
"^ Minerva. 
B Bauer Ernestine, domestic 272 N Missis- 
^JS™ sippi. 

C^HrfBauer Frances, domestic 67 Union. 
QQjBauer Francis, bds 3 Brown Eow Peudle- 
4P^^Bw ton pike. 
™|^!Ls Bauer Frank, bartender J E Jay, bds 9 

■■ *•! Minerva. 

CS^ Bauer Frank M, baker D Taggart, res 420 

i S Illinois. 

iP^I^Bauer George, lab Atkins' saw works, res 
J^ 227 Buchanan. 
■i*"»Bauer George, trav agt Schnull & Krag, 

CiBi res 173 N East. 

^^J Bauer George jr, lab, res 227 Buchanan. 
—^ Bauer Henry, pres Cabinetmkrs' Union, 
■J^* res 470 E Market. 

W^jBauer John, butcher Uhl Bros, res 31 
^HHKk, Kansas. 

1 Bauer John L, candy mkr Messick, Cones 

& Co, bds 17 Kentucky ave. 
(Bauer Joseph, baggageman Union Depot, 

res 292 S East. 
'Bauer Joseph M, finisher Moore Combina- 
I tion Desk Co, res 3 Brown Row Pendle- 
ton pike. 
[Bauer Lizzie, elk L S Ayres, res 38 Wy- 
[ oming. 

I Bauer Lizzie, with Franklin Ins Co, res 81 
. N Illinois. 
'Bauer Louis, upholsterer Central Chair 

Co, bds 21 Pern ave. 
'Bauer Mary, elk Charles Mayer & Co, res 
I 81 N Illinois. 

I Bauer Mary (wid George), res 81 N lUi- 
' uois. 
Bauer Michael, baker, bds 178 S Illinois. 

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Bauer Peter, mach Bee Line shops, res 
Brightwood. 

Bauer Philip, butcher abattoir, res 7& 
Jones. 

Bauer Rosetta (wid John), bds 292 S East. 

Bauer Rudolph, apprentice Bee Line shops,, 
bds Brightwood. 

Bauer Rudolph, harnessmkr, bds 504 S 
Ntrw Jersey. 

Bauer Susie, domestic 172 N Illinois. 

Bauer Theodore, bds 9 Minerva. 

Bauer Valentine, blacksmith, res 630 Mad- 
ison ave. 

Bauers Albert, lab U S Encaustic Tile Co,^ 
res 791 N Mississippi. 

Bauers C A, helper H C & St L Ry. 

Bauers Frederick, lab, res 751 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Baut-rs Henry, hostler C St L & P Rv, res 
128 Spring. 

Baugh Henry, shoemkr 6 S Missouri, re» 
507 W Wa"shington. 

Baugh Henry T, lab, res 108 Yandes. 

Baugh James, lab J E Kerr, rms 163 W 
Was^hiiigton. 

Baugher Frederick W, trav agt, res 392 N 
Alabama. 

Bit ugh man, see aho Bauman and Bowman. 

*Batighmau Charles H, dep township as- 
sessor, res 302 E New York. 

Batighman Clarisa (wid David), res rear 12 
Wallace (W I). 

Baugh man Jacob A, painter, bds 465 En- 
glish ave. 

Baughman John, engineer, res 465 English 
ave. 

■•■■Baughman Joseph, lab, bds 362 E New 
York. 

*BHUghman Leonard, driver A Booth & 
Son. res 362 E New York. 

Baughman Samuel M, miller F Prange, res 
306 Blackford. 

Baughman Samuel S, physician 340 E St 
Clair, res 465 N Elast. 

Baughman Wm, bricklayer, res 217 Eng- 
lish ave. 

Bauka Andrew, lab, res 27 Deloss. 

Bauman, .see aim Baughman and Bowman. 

Bauman Andrew L, res 49 Elizabeth. 

Bauman Kate, res 246 Park ave. 

Bauniann Adam lab E Rauh & Sons, re« 
42 Kansas. 

Baumann Albin, teamster F Boeling, res 
214 W MoCarty. 

Baumann Charles, mach, bds 261 E Morris. 

Baumann David, baker F Baumann, res 
455 Indiana ave. 

Baumann Frederick, baker 17 Elizabeth, 
res same. 

B;iuraann Henry, tailor I Hurrle, res 261 
Yj Morris. 

Baumann Sebastian, gluer, res 29 Sinker. 

Baumgardner John, gardener, res ws Chest- 
nut 2 n f)f Raymond. 



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s^Cstimates furnlsbecl for all kinds of "Work. 



Contractors & Builders. 

Telephone No. IfiO. 
115 to 125 N. Alabama St. 



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Baumgardner Joseph J, lab Sarven Wheel- 
wks, Ms .John Jiaumgardner. 

Baumgart Ferdinand, math II Herrmann, 
res a71 S Delaware. 

Raiimhofer Henry, carp n w cor Williams 
and Miller, res same (W I). 

Baumhofer Henry F, paper hanger C M61- 
ler, res w s Williams 1 n Miller (W I). 

Baumhofer Maliuda, bds Henry Baum- 
hofer. 

Baumhofer Matilda, bds Henry Buam- 
hofer. 

Baumhofer Otto, paper hanger C Moller, 
bds Henry Baumhofer. 

Banr, see also Buuer, Bouerand Bower, 

Baur Adolph, saloon 233 S Delaware, res 
ea me. 

Banr Oscar, gilder H Lieber & Co, res 233 
S Delaware. 

Baus Adam J, conductor C I St L & C By, 
res 120 Hoyt are. 

Baus Simon, engineer C I St L & C Ey, res 
173 English ave. 

Bauslog Terry, fireman C St L& P Ky, bds 
Grinnell House. 

Baxter Charles H, driver, res 391 W 2d. 

Baxter Eliza J (wid John M), boarding 
house 253 N West. 

Baxter Fannie, with Ballard & Richard, 
bds w 8 Shelby s of Belt R R. 

Baxter George \V, driver, res 365 Olive. 

*Baxter James A, night elk Emmett Hotel. 

Baxter John G, supt Elevator B, res Deca- 
tur nr Elevator B (W I). 

Baxter Lucinda, bds T W Lanham. 

■'Baxter Ormstead, lab res 34 Howard. 

Baxter Peter D, grocer 832 W Washing- 
ton, res same ( W I). 

Baxter Samuel C, elk C C C & I'Ry, bds 
745 N Delaware. 

Baxter Sarah (wid Wm), Shelby street toll- 
gate, res same. 

Bay Israel, broommkr Perry & 'Prince, res 
119 Ft VVayne ave. 

Bayer, see ako Baar, Bahr, Barr, Behr, 
Beyer and Byer. 

Bzyec Anton, packer Kipp Bros, res cor 
Three Notch road and Raymond. 

Bayh Wm M, bartender Gaetz Hotel, bds 
same. 

Bayler, .see also Bailer. 

Bayler Wm J, mach Nordyke & Marmon 
Co, res 441 S Meridian. 

Baylips L Edwin, carp C St L & P Rv, res 
7 William. 

Baylor Albert E, elk H P Wasson & Co, 
bds Bates House. 

Baylor Raohael M (wid James .J), res s e 
cor Sheldon and 7th. 

Bea Charles, pumpmkr, res .Jones (N I). 

Beach Rev Charles F, pres Standard Pub- 
lishing Co, res 960 N Delaware. 

''Beach James (JefTries & Beach), res 9 
Fayette. 



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prices. Come and see us at 

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Beach Wm G, bds 39 Ellsworth. 

Beachamp, see Beauchamp. 

Beachem Henry, driver Indpls Lounge Co,^^ 

res 244 J E Washington. >^ 

■Beachem John, cook, rms 85 W (Jeorgia. /""""^ 
Beachman Wm, lab, rms 19 Columbia. ^ ^ 
Beadle Frank, printer Indiana Phalanx 

Co, bds 68 Christian ave. 
Beahing Wm, mach T Madden, bds 

Water. ) J 

Beal Joshua, paper hanger C Moller, res ^•^ 

Fountain 2 n of Belt R R, Oak Hill. p~j 
Beal Joshua sr, paper hanger C Moller, res^i^ 

302 Bellefontaiue. 
Beal Nicholas, lab, res w s Locust 1 n of 

Palmer. 
Bealer, see also Beeler, Bieler and Buehler. 
Bealer John A, bds 150 Bates. 
Beal 1,. see a/.so5i-e/i/. (^^ 

Beall Balcom, lab Nordyke & Marmon Co, '^**^ 

res e s River ave 3 n of Morris ( W I). '^"~j 
Beall Caroline B (wid James), res 151 1^^^^ 

Pine. H^H 

Beals Mary (wid Jerome), res 80 E New^^ 

York. P ^ 

Beam, .see also Boehm and Bohm. \^ -^ 

Beam David, res 187 S Tennessee. 
Beam George W, foreman Coburn & Jones,**" s 

res 274 N California. ^ -^ 

Beam John M, dentist, bds 176 Mass ave. ^"N 
Beam Seth P, policeman, rooms 140 N Al-^i >'' 

ahama. " 

Beam Wm H, painter I D & S car shops, ^^^ 

res 214 Buchanan. Pi 

Beaman, .see also Beeman. g 

Beaman Josiah, guard, res Armstrong (W C/3 § 

!)• > & 

Bean Minda, teacher public school No H, ^ o 



bds 12 E Michigan. 
Bear, see also Behr. 
Bear George, driver C B Paul, res 310 

Yandes. 
Bear George jr, lab, bds 310 Yandes. 
Beard, .see a/.vo Baird. 

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184 and 186 East Washington Street. ' I 



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VONNEGUT & BOHN 

ARCHITECTS 

52 Vance Block, 



W "g '5 Cor. TVashingtou St. and Yirginia Ave. 

g I -^ Beard Alvin G, carp W G Rubush, res 512 
Ql2 3 Park ave. 

©W g Beard Charles A, paper hanger, bds 231 E 
£ S^ South. 

§ D -g Beard Charles H, second hand goods 246 
W §1^ Virginia ave, res same. 

■"• Beard Edward O, candvmkr Daggett & Co, 
^^ res 231 E South. 

A^A Beard Frank C, miller Acme Milling Co, 
/j^lj bds Capital House. 
li^ilBeard Isaac N, bds 297 E McCarty. 
\7^' Beard Jane, res Woodside. 
\«i»/ Beard John M, elk W St L & P Ky, bds 139 
, N Meridian. 

^~^ Beard John O, elk U S Pension Agency, 
fr^< res 231 E South. 

^ _V Beard J C, millwright Sinker Davis & Co. 
Beard Lizzie M, housekeeper 512 Park ave. 

C\J) Beard Margaret E (wid Benjamin), hat 

r_\ trimmer G B Wood, res 70 Virginia ave. 

Z^ Beard Eobert, lab, bds 102 Howard. 

♦— ^ *Beard Samuel, hostler cor 9th and Merid- 

(\j ian, res 477 Superior. 

^«^ *Beard Wm, lab, res 175 W 6th. 

T— ^ Beardslee Myer, engineer, res 220 S East. 

r^ Bearman August, carp, res 104 Dunlop. 

^ . Bearsford George B, physician, bds 134 

JZI^ Maple. 
y i Beasley, see aUo Beczley, 

*Beasley Ellen (wid James), res 25 Hadley. 
V ^ *Beasley Henry, restaurant 171 Indiana 
P>tJ ave, res 165.] same. 

OBeatley John, lab Nordyke & Marmon Co. 
Beatley Joseph, solicitor Michigan Mutual 

O Life Ins Co, res 338 W 1st. 
Beatty, .see also Butty. 
r i Beatty Anna, cashr Great Atlantic and 
b ^-N Pacific Tea Co, res 173 W New York. 
<y J Beatty Cora, bds 173 W New York. 

Beatty DeVVitt C (D C Beatty & Co), res 7 
r T j English ave. 

J~^ Beatty I) C & Co ( DeWitt C Beatty, John 
^^*- Blumberg), com mers 35 S Delaware. 
r^ . * Beatty Ella, domestic, rms 60 W Market. 
>. B eatty Floren c e, domestic 69 9 E Market. 

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Beatty John, mach, res 482 S West, 
Beatty Jonathan, supt Y M C A, res 173 W 

New Y''ork. 
Beaty Mrs Kate, millinery 824 N Illinois, 

res same. 
Beaty John H, farmer, res cor Shelby and 

Beeeher. 
Beatv Wm, boarding house e s Shelbv 1 n 

of Belt Ry. 
*Beauchamp Albert, porter Capital House, 

rms Yohn block. 
Beaumont Andrew, bkkpr Kingau & Co, 

bds 23 N West. 
Beaumont James, weigh master Kingaa & 

Co, rms 204 W New York. 
Beaumont Joseph E, mach C St L & P Ry, 

res 96 Hoy t ave. 
Beaumont Louise I, teacher public school 

No 9, bds 96 Hoyt ave. 
Beaumont Samuel, elk Wilson & Boyd, 

bds 23 N West. 
Beaupre Frank X (Harmeyer & Beaupre), 

res 82 S Delaware. 
Beaupre James, shoemkr F X Baupre, rcB 

222 S East. 
Beaver, sec ako Beeves- and Bttcr. 
Beaver Mrs Anna T, res 631 S New Jersey. 
Beaver Caroline, domestic 76 N Missis- 
sippi. 
Beaver Daniel, painter, bds 18 S Mississippi. 
Beaver John H, teamster, res 531 S New 

Jersey. 
Beaver John O, bds 531 S New Jersey. 
Beaver Mary E (wid Wm), grocer 2 Car- 
los, res same. 
Beaver Nona, seamstress, bds 531 S New 

Jersey. 
Beaver Rachel (wid Stephen) res e s Lee 

1 w of Lambert (W I). 
Beaver Wm J, lab, bds 531 S New Jersey. 
Bebb George, carder G Merritt & Co, res 

297 W Vermont. 
Bebb George W, carder <ieorge Merritt & 

Co, res 349 W Michigan. 
Bebinger Mary, bds 324 N Alabama. 
Beche, sec Bache. 
Becherer Constantine, elk Charles Mayer 

& Co, res 175 E Market. 
Becherer Julius, elk Charles Mayer & Co, 

bds 175 E Market. 
Bechert Edward F C, elk N & G Ohmer, 

bds 112 N Meridian. 
Bechert Ferdinand W, jointer Standard Oil 

Co, bds 38 W Grant. 
Bechert Minnie (wid John) laundress, res 

129 E Court. 
Bechtel Charles, lab C F ,' einrich, bds 

same. 
Bechtel Jacob, packer Kingan & Co, res 25 

S Liberty. 
Bechtel John, hostlei: Sindlinger Bros, bds 

207 W Michigan. 
Bechtel Wm, elk, rms 206 S East. 
Beck, see also Bach and Back. 



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42 South Pennsylvania St.' IIUlll lalll 



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material and done in superior style by 
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Hnntington & Hoss, f Wholesale an.1 Ketail Dealers in 
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Beck Ahard, lab, bda 527 8 Illinois. 

lieck Albert T (Bvuum ct Reck), res 830 

Ash. 
Beck Alouzo, driven wells, res JTs N Mis- 
sissippi. 
Beck August, butcher Milton Ponder, res 

62 N Noble. 
Beck Benedict, hoseiuan hose reel co No 

10, res 10 Wisconsin. 
Beck Benjamin, engineer Ct Ittcnbach A 

Co, res 90 Nebraska. 
Beck Bertha (wid Edward), res 278 N Mis- 
sissippi. 
Beck Charles, watchman, res 80 Greer. 
Beck Charles, carp, res 217 E Washington. 
Beck Clemens, painter, res 49 Dunlop. 
Beck Conrad, baker 222 W Washington, 

res same. 
Beck Erhart, helper car works, res 527 S 

Illinois. 
Beck Frank, teamster, bds 003 Madison ave. 
Beck Frederick, lab T H & I R R, res 371 

S Delaware. 
Beck George, cooper Kingan & Co, res 500 

S Tennessee. 
Beck George A, asst bkkpr George C Beck, 

bds 635 N Meridian. 

Beck George C, live .stock purcha.sing agt 

Union Stock Yards, res 635 N Meridian. 

Beck Gotlieb, cooper, res 65 S California. 

Beck Henry A, me.ss Supreme Court, rms 

51 i W Wa.shington. 
Beck Henry W, grocer 280 Olive, res same. 
Beck Henry Z, pres C H Black Mnfg Co, 

res Anderson, Ind. 
*Beck John, lab, res 181 E Wabash. 
Beck John, lab Wm F Piel & Co, res 601 

Madison ave. 
Beck John, lab Sarven wheel works, res 327 

E McCarty. 
Beck Jos'ph W (Samuel Beck & Son), res 

100 N Alabama. 
Beck Julia, elk Turpin et Co, bds 343 Mc- 
Carty. 
Beck Lambert, l)arber 347 Madison ave, 

res 177 Union. 
Beck Lena, packer G R Wvsong «& Co, bds 

280 Olive. 
I^ck Louis, brakeman 1 B & W Ry, res 

29 N Noble. 
Beck Louise, domestic .396 College ave. 
Beck Marv, attendant Insane H()S{)ital. 
Beck Ottie, elk H P \Vas.son & Co, bds 278 

N Missis,sippi. 
Tieck Otto C, elk Wm Pfafflin, bds 8!> In- 
diana ave. 
Beck Otto E (C Krauss & Co), res 278 N 

Mississi|)|)i. 
Beck Samuel T, watchmkr, rms 15 Miller 

block. 
Beck Samuel & Son (Joseph W Beck), guns 

54 S Meridian. 
Beck Sophia fwid .Jacob), res 134 Huron. 
Beck Susan, domestic 176 N Alabama. 



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MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK, 
Steamship Aeeiits, 

Porelgrn RxctaanKe. 

PorelKrn Colus. 

Represent all the Principal Steamship Lines 

Beck Wm, butcher Schulmeyer Bros, res 

16 Arch. 
Beckam Westley, lab, res e s .Miihigan 

road 3 s of Lafayette R R. 
Beckelv, see Beckley. 
Beckenhoff G, lab Standard Oil Co. _ 
Becker, see aho Backer, Baker, llttcher, 

Boeclier and Boeltcher. 
Becker Barbara (wid Conrad), res 56 S 

California. 
Becker Charles, lab A Burdsal, bds 118 

Dunlop. 
Becker Charles (Becker .t Son;!, bds 180 N 

New Jersey. 
Becker Charles T, barber 548 S East, res 

same. 
Becker Christian, lab, bds 288 Chestnut. 
Becker Christian, lab, res 20 Roe. 
Becker Christian jr, lab, bds 20 Roe. 
Becker Emilie (wid Frank P), res 205 N 

Noble. 
Becker George P, agt Metropolitan Mnfg 

Co, res 478 N California. 
Becker Henry, yard foreman G F Bran- 
ham, res 118 Dunlop. 
Becker Henry J, lab, res 20 Kansas. 
Becker Hieronimus, trunkmkr I) Kulin, 

res 472 E Washington. 
Becker Jacob (Becker it Son), res 180 N 

New Jersey. 
Becker Jacob, cigar mnfr s s Iowa 2 w of 

.Japan, res same. 
Becker Jacob jr, cutter Becker A Son, bds 

180 N New Jersey. 
Becker Joseph, bds 20 W Washington. 
Becker Katie, domestic 377 N Illinois. 
Becker Louis F, upholsterer T Madden, 

b<ls 20 Kansas. 
Becker Marv. domesti'- 377 N Illinois. 
Becker & Son (Jacob and Charles), 

Merchant Tailors 99 E Washington. 
Beckert Reinhard, finisher Spiegel, Thorns 

& Co, res 294 E Market. 
Beckes Lvman M, student, rms 3 Stewart 
_Place^J 

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» ^ ilBeckett Frederick M. lab Tucker & Dorsey 

^ I g Mnfg Co, bds 293 E Washington. 

r fi aBeekett Wm, lab, res 293 E Washington. 

H S flBeckstt Willis, lab Indpls veneer works, bds 

"gg 168 Brookside ave. 

^ J-, jBeckley James S, res 151 Maple. 

g SBeckley Norman, general mngr C W & M 
rT'SS Ky res Elkhart, Ind. 
H S (jjBeckley Sarah A, dressmkr, bds 151 Ma- 

Vr a*Beckley Susan, domestic 373 N Penn. 

U ^*Beckley Washington, watchman, res 73 

k 2 Howard. 

K o*Beckley Willis, lab U S Encaustic Tile 

fj « works, bds 123 W 6th. 

,}S(| Beckman, see also Bachman. 

OBeckman Charles C, helper car works, res 
115 Oak. 
Beckman Christian M (wid Wm), res 173 
fg Harmon. 

" Beckman Esther (wid Wm), bds 115 Oak. 
Beckman Frank H, elk J K Sharpe jr, res 
^^j 475 E Vermont. 
,<i:;)i;j;ii,Beckman Joseph B, lab car works, bds 115 
"^^^^ Oak. 

Beckman Lizzie, domestic 275 N New 
Jersey. 
_^^ Beckman Maggie, bds 872 N Penn. 
T #jBeckman Mary E, dressmkr, bds 115 Oak. 
v^ ^Beckman Wm, molder Atlas works, bds 115 
^ Oak. 

jBeckman Wm, lab, res 173 Harmon. 
^■■^Beckman Wm C, trav agt Hollweg & Reese, 
res 872 N Penn. 
^Beckmann Albert, lab, res e s Union 3 n 
^^J of Eaymond. 

' 'Eeckner Belle (wid Leisure), res 50^ S II- 

^^^, linois. 

'''^'^*Becks Mary, domestic 109 N New Jersey. 
Beckus, see also Backus. 
iBeckus L M, attendant Insane Hospital. 
•*Beckwith Alexander, lab C B Paul, res 
37 Ludlow Lane. 
'Beckwith Frank, plasterer, res 54 Beeler. 



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Beckwith Harry, mach Nordyke & Mar- 

mon Co, res 63 Ann. 
Bedel Andrew, cigar mnfr 97 Fayette, res 

same. 
Bedel George V, turner M& C Union, res 97 

Fayette. 
Bedel Ida F, elk N Y store, bds 97 Fayette. 
Bedel Paul P, elk N Y store, bds 97 Fay- 
ette. 
Bedford Archibald C, painter Comstock & 

Coonse, bds 422 Indiana ave. 
Bedford Collins T, physician 290 Mass ave, 

druggist 34 Indiana ave, res 41 Ash. 
Bedford John H, res 422 Indiana ave. 
Bedford Omi A, bds 422 Indiana ave. 
Bedford Wm L, painter I B & W Ry, res 9 

Margaret. 
Bedford & Bloomfield Ry, see LNA&ORy. 
Bedlow Benjamin, mach Dean Bros steam 

pump works, bds 168 Coburn. 
Bee Hive block, n w cor Washington and 

Meridian. 
Bee Hive Planing: Mill, M A 

Huey&Son Proprs, 73 to 89 Pendleton 

ave. (See adv p 3.) 
Bee Line, W J Nichols passenger agt, of- 
fice 2 Bates House. 
Beebe Milton R, lab, bds 178 E Morris. 
Beebe Robert M, lab, res 178 E Morris. 
Beechler James, carp, bds 74 Columbia 

ave. 
Beeker Carrie, domestic 250 N Alabama. 
Beeks Edward K, elk Indpls malleable 

iron CO, bds 321 N Penn. 
Beeler, see also Bealer, Bieler and Buehler. 
*Beeler Alice (wid llardin), res 13 Athon. 
Beeler Andrew J, butter East Market, res 

154 N Pine. 
Beeler Henry, elk A J Beeler, bds same. 
Beeler Thomas J, miller Mutchner & Hig- 

gins Co, res 160 S New Jersey. 
Beem, see Beam and Boehm. 
Beeman, see also Beaman. 
Beeman Truman, carp, bds 69 Vine. 
Beemer, see Behmer and Boehrner. 
Beerbower, see also Bierhour. 
Beerbower Ella (wid James), res 173 Mass 

ave. 
Beerbower Ella M, dressmkr 287 N Pine, 

res same. 
Beerbower John E, elk, res 171 Bellefon- 

taine. 
Beerbower Matilda L (wi<l E John), res 

5 Vine. 
Beerbower Stephen R, carp Bee Line shops, 

res 287 N Pine. 
Beerman, see also liaemian, Behrmann and 

Berman. 
Beerman August, carp, res 104 Dunlop. 
Beerman Henry, lab T H «& I R R, res 106 

Greer. 
Beerman Louis, lab, bds 106 Greer. 
I'eermann Henry, car[) 405 S New Jersey, 

res same. 



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Beermann Henry D, shademkr Albert (Jail, 
b.ls 38 Davis. 

Beers, see also Biers. 

Beers John N, tlk Muri.hy, Hihben ^: Co, 
res 340 \V Vermont. 

Beery Abram S, bruk mason, res 28 S Ar- 
senal ave. 

Beese, see aUo Baase, Basey and Boese. 

Reese Andrew, expre-ssman, res 237 Wood- 
lawn ave. 

lieese Henry, lab, bds 320 Chestnut. 

Beese Henry L, drayman, res 320 Chestnut. 

Beeson Everett D, foreman A B (fates A: 
Co, res 119 Iloyt ave. 

Beeson Wui D, loftee roaster A B Gates & 
Co, res 35o Fletcher ave. 

Beetlesinau Henrv, storeroom elk C St L & 
PRy. 

Beever, i^ee aluo Beaver and Bever. 

Beever I Richard, bkkpr llasselman-Joiir- 
nal Co, res 380 N West. 

Beezley, see also Bcaslei/. 

Beezley Louise (wid Nathaniel), res 2 Gar- 
den. 

Begein Mary, domestic 29 N East. 

Beggs John J, toll gate keeper, res Michi- 
gan road (N I). 

Begieu Joseph L, bill poster, res 299 E 
Merrill. 

Behler, see Bee lev and Buehler. 

Behlmaier India, huckster East Market, 
res cor Mass ave and East. 

Behmer, .?ee a/*oi?eej?ier tnd Bochmer. 

Behmer Giistave D, asst stereotyper Jour- 
nal, res 67 N New Jersey. 

Behmer Mary (wid August), res 67 N New 
Jersey. 

Behne, .see also Bany. 

Behne Philip, brewer Maus's brewery, res 
60 Minerva. 

Hehning, see also Boehlncj. 

f^ehning August, trav agt, res 228 N East. 

Behr, .see also Baar, Bahr, Barr, Bayer, Beyer 
and Byer. 

Behr Lena (wid Charles), res 26 Yeiser. 

Belirendt Albert, Steamship Agent 
and Dealer in Liquors, Tobacco, No- 
tions, Books, Stationery and Newspa- 
pers 122 S Illinois, res 448 same. 

Behrent Charles F, expressman, res 199 
Harrison. 

Behrent Henry, hackman, res 187 Har- 
rison. 

Behringer Emmett E, printer, bds 150 Bates 

Behringer Joseph, trav agt James R Ross 
& Co, res 150 Bates. 

Behrmann,see aiw Baerman, Beerman and 
Berman. 

Behrman Herman, checker C H it I K R, 
res 301 A K Washington. 

Behrman Wm F, lab, res 169 Harrison. 

Behymer Francis, carp, res 612 Peru. 

Behymer Lilian, teacher Brighlvrood 
school, res Oak Hill. 



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Ikdiyiuer (^mer T, elk H Martens, bds PyleCoM 

Behyni«-r Simeon, trav agt, bds Pyle House. jmnr^ 
Behvmer Thomas, c:irf), res Fountana -^nj^^^ 

of Belt K K(Oak Kill). | 

Beier Caroline, bds 261 Bates. Jl 

Beierle John G, trav agt, Ixis 346 N Mis-""^ 

sissippi. gj 

Beilman (reorge, molder, lids II (jaetz^. O 

Hautrhville. fj -T] 

Bein ChMrles F, gardener, bds Armstrong 

(Ni). :^> 

Bein Franklin, lab, bds .Armstrong (N I). »-h J"" 
Boin Otto, lab, li.is .\rmslrong (N II. .-^ p- 

Beinburg Casper, pliimlur, res 174 W 9th. .-J 
Beinke (Christian F, fireman, res n s Lily 1 jn TT 

e of Rural. Q l2 

Beisel John .J, lab (!ar works, res w s Lee 1 rt 2 

s of Morris (W I). >^ q 

Beiser Edward, broommkr M C Holman. JjJ ,-j 

bds 74 Bicking. ^ *'' 

Bpiser Henry, cabinetmkr Emrich, P^ui-rq^i^ 

llni & Co. . . 3 Sv 

Beiser Kate (wid .August), res 74 Bicking. jr] \^ 
Beissenherz .\gues M, artist, bds 400 N ^ "^ 

New Jersey. i^ 5™ 

Beissenherz Marry S, mu.tician, res 402 N* 

New .Jersey. _ ^ 

Beissenherz Ilenry D, musician, res 400 N ^ -^ 

New Jersey. Lr" ^ 

Belcher Louisa, domestic 228 N West 
Belcher Thomas W S, music teacdier 

4 Roosevelt House, res room 3 same 
Belck Charles F, bds 540 S East. q f^ 

Belck Frederick, res 540 S East. ^ O 

Belck Henry .1, elk Wm Selking, bds same, qj Q 
Belden Jennie, res 40} S Illinois. CX) Q 

Beldt, see also Boeldl, Boldt and Bolle. ' 

Beldt Frederick, car repairer W St L I't P^ 

Ky, res 101 Linden. ^IB 

Beletzki Frank M, bartender F llg, res " ^"^^^ 

Morris 4 e of East. SS^ 

Beletzki Joseph, lab, res n s Morris 4e of^sS 

East. PV^ 
Bell Allie C, milliner 42 Yandes, res sarne.^** 
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Bell Catharine (wid James), res 191 N 

Delaware. 
Bell Charles, brakem an Monon Route, res 

41 Alvord. 
Bell Charles, lab, bds 48 Huron. 
*Bell Charles, lab, res 338 W North. 
*Bell Charles, teamster, res 111 Woodlavvn 

ave. 
Bell Cora, bkkpr Probst & Schad, res 507 

Broadway. 
*Bell David, porter Johnston & Bennett, 

bds 105 Locke. 
«Bell Mrs Dorcas, res 227 Elm. 
*Bell Edward,teamster Steinhauer & Drotz, 

res 129 Virginia ave. 
Bell Edward P, stenographer Central 

Traffic Assn, res 99 N New Jersey. 
Bell Elizabeth, laundress, rms 205 WOhio. 
Bell Elmer E, foreman Sarven wheel 

works, res 101 High. 
*Bell Mrs Fannie, res 288 Indiana ave. 
*BelI Frank, waiter Grand Hotel, rms 21 

Wood. 
*Bell George,waiter,bdslll\Voodlawn ave. 
Bell Guido, physician 98 N East, res same. 
*Bell Henry, rms 85 N Missouri. 
*Bell James, driver, res 356 Blackford. 
Bell James, trav agt, res 256 Christian ave. 
Bell James A, lab, res 118 Kennington. 
Bell James H, carp, res 40 Stevens. 
I Bell James W, lab, res Francis ^N Ij. 

Bell .John C, baker 102 N Noble, res same. 
' Bell J Harrison, janitor Boston block, res 
' rm 17 Boston block. 

Bell Ludwig, dentist, bds 98 N East. 
I Bell Maggie G (wid Boaz), res 507 Broad- 
way. 
' Bell Miletus, druggist, res 42 Yandes. 
I Bell O B, trav agt Atkins Soap Co, bds 289 
' Virginia ave. 

, Bell Robert, lab H L Hewett, res Francis 
' (NI). 
' *Bell Roxy, bds 289 Bright. 

I Bell Stanley G, finisher C M Union, res 
rear 227 Virginia ave. 

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*Bell Squire, lab, res 251 Virginia ave. 

Bell Theresa, bds 98 N East. 

Bell Thomas R, draughtsman Dean Bros- 
steam pump works, rms 75 Union. 

Bell Toledus, driver, bds 71 Peru ave 

Bell Wm, janitor public library. 

•'Bell Wm, porter W N Short, res same. 

Bell Wm A, pub Indiana School Journal 
12 Journal bldg. res 221 Christian ave. 

Bell Wm E, stenographer Indpls Car and 
Mnfg Co, rms 99 N New Jersev. 

'Bell Vv^m M, lab, res 42 W 4th.' 

*Bell Zachariah, barber C E Bundy, rms 
187 W Washington. 

Belles Alfred G, finisher Roberts & Alli- 
son, res 34 Buchanan. 

Belles John J, garp, res 285 N Delaware. 

Belles .lohn R, engineer engine co No 3, 
res 71 Elm. 

BellesMartha A,boardingj285N Delaware. 

Belling Andrew, res 146 Buchanan. 

Bellis Mary E, bds 557 N Illinois. 

Bellis Wm (Coin Mailing Book Co). pre& 
U S One Stave Bucket Co, res 559 N Il- 
linois. 

Bellis Wm K (Coin Mailing Book Co), 
treas U S One Stave Bucket Co, sec'y- 
treas U S Ry Pass Cond Accident Assn, 
rms 11 Halcyon block. 

Bellman Joseph, lab, bds 60 Fletcher ave. 

Bellmore Scott A, driver C E Kregelo, rm.* 
77 N Delaware. 

Bellmore Wm,. cooper, res 276 W Mc- 
Carty. 

Bellows Anna (wid Elihue), bds 452 N 
Delaware. 

Belman Charles F, foreman Consolidated 
Tank Liue Co, bds 134 Linden. 

Belmont Charles, wa.x figure mnfr, res 7 
Lexington ave. 

Belnap James M, conductor I & St L Ry^ 
res 274 S Meridian. 

Belt Railroad & Stock Yards 
Co, Office Union Stock Yards. Incor- 
porated 1876, capital $1,000,000, W R 
McKeen Pres, R S McKee Sec'y and 
Treas, W P Ijaras Supt; Telephone 196. 

Beltz Frank P, carriage mnfr 79 to 83 W 
Market, res 187 W New York. 

Beltz Jacob, plasterer, res 85 Stevens. 

Belzer Otto, city solicitor Schnull & Krag, 
res 341 N California. 

Bembui Amelia, domestic 107 S Illinois. 

Bemiss Wm. shirt polisher New York 
Steam Laundry, bds 971 N Illinois. 

Bence August, finisher M Clune, bds w s 
Madison road nr Belt R R. 

Bence Robert F, deputy auditor auditor'* 
office, res 54 Ash. 

Benchman Clement, lab stock yards, bds 
McKeehan House (W I). 

Bender Conrad, Carpenter, Con- 
tractor and Builder, Box 40 Builders" 
Exchange, res 28 Water. 



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Bender Conrad S, lab, res 100 Japan 
Bender George W, supt I D & S Ry, res 330 

N Tennessee. 
Bender Robert (Bender & Mueller), res 335 

Bicking. 
Bender & Mueller (Robert Bender, John 

Mueller), saloon 331 S Delaware. 
Benedict Arthur C, carp bds65 S East. 
Benedict H H (WyckolV, Seamans & Bene- 
dict), res New York City. 
Benedict Charles A, carp, res 99 Park ave. 
Benedict Samuel A, res 99 Park ave. 
Benedict Wm H, broommkr Perry & Prince, 

bds 150 Ft Wayne ave. 
Benham Edward F S, elk, res 124 Fletcher 

ave. 
Benham Mrs Elizabeth kS A, res 124 

Fletcher ave. 
Benham Frederick C, bds 124 Fletcher ave. 
Benham Lina, bds 124 Fletcher ave. 
Benham Mary A (wid James F), bds 39 

Broadway. 
Benjamin Frank E, bds Weddell House. 
Benjamin Harley E, elk Capital House. 
Benkert Andrew, musician, rms 130 W 

Ohio. 
Benlair Charles, lab Wm F Piel & Co, res 

36 Yeiser. 
Bennagel, see Buennagel. 
Bennekar Christian, lab, res n s loWa 1 w 

of Japan. 
Bennekar Frederick, lab, res s s Gresham 

3 e of Japan. 
Benner Arthur, coal dealer cor Big Four 

R R and 7thy res 23d (N I). 
Benner Arthur U, lab W J Benner, bds 

same. 
Benner Charles F, cooper W H Hearen, res 

cor Michigan and Blake. 
Benner John, expressman, res 21 Peru ave. 
Benner John M, foreman Independent Hair 

Co, res near Vandalia & Belt R R cross- 

ing (W I). 
Benner Mary E (wid Henry), res 191 E 

Market. 
Benner Wm J, coal cor 7th and Lafayette 

Ry, res Armstrong nr Crown Hill Cem- 
etery. 
Bennerscheidt C August, elk U S Pension 

Agency, res 356 N Noble. 
Bennerscheidt Louisa M, midwife, res 356 

N Noble. 
Bennett Abraham, molder, res 262 Doug- 
lass. 
Bennett Alfred, engineer Vandalia line, 

rms 163 W South. 
*Bennett Allen, gatekpr Crown Hill Cem- 
etery, bds s s 8th 5 w of canal. 
Bennett Alonzo L, yardmastcr W St L & 

PRy, res 113 S Noble. 
Bennett Anthony, cabinetmkr 53 Mass ave, 

res same. 
Bennett Archibald, fireman I B & W Ry, 

bds 43 Wright (N I). 



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Of any kind \vhi<h they \vi»h U> have r^ 

SAFELY PROTECTED, L-^ 

And !it the same time, under their own control, I 
should ijatronize the Safe Deposit Vaults of the ^ j 

imSA TSDSIAHD SAFE DEPOSIT CO. /^ 

s < Fast Market Street. \^ 2 

Bennett Benson, fireman J M <fe I R R, bds f^H 

42 S Arsenal ave. ^^ 

Bennett Elisha, lab, res 264 W Court. ^ 

Bennett Eliza C, bds 262 Douglass. r^. 

^Bennett Eramett, lab, res 675 Michigan |^^^ 

road. L»J 

Bennett Erastus E, engineer J M & I R R, iTl 

bds 42 S Arsenal ave. ^ 

Bennett Emery H, painter Nordyke & Mar- HH 

mon Co, res 36 Roe. i^j 

Bennett E Isabel, bds 262 Douglass. f^ 

Bennett Frederick, finisher Indpls Mall 

Iron Co, bds H Gates, Haughville. 
Bennett Frederick J, lab Ewart Mnfg Co, 

bds Belmont ave (W I). 
Bennett George H, spinner George Merritt' 

& Co, bds 323 W Market. [ 

Bennett George W, barber, res 50 Hillside 

ave. I 

Bennett George W, driver engine co No 2, 

res 370 Home ave. 
Bennett Gilbert H, coal 21 N West, res, 

276 W Market. 
Bennett Harry W, sec'y and treas Indpls 

Stove Co, res 431 N Meridian. 
Bennett Horace T, mngr Indpls branch 

Cutler & Savidge Lumber Co, res 347i 

Broadway. 
Bennett Ira H, carp gas works, res 3-52 S 

Alabama. 
*Bennett Isaac, coachman 856 N Meridian.' 
Bennett James, lab, res 13 Macauley. 1 

Bennett James A, tinner Nordyke '& Mar- w 

mon Co, bds 710 Morris (_W I) 
Bennett .lames B, carp 

376 E Market. 



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res Woodville. y 

^Bennett James H, lab, bds 176 Patterson. W 

Bennett John B, insurance, res 122 N Me-%5 

ridian. » 

Bennett Jolin B, Propr Electrical ? 

Supply Depot and Bennett Telephone &>• 

Electric Co, res 35 Cherry. (See. lop lines^X 

and opp p InO.) "* 



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Bennett John H, grocer Woodside, res 
sanae. , 

'—^Bennett John H, lab, bda 710 Morris (W I), 
^^ Bennett John K, millwright Salisbury & 
^ Vinton Paper Co, res 128 Blackford. 
^■^ Bennett John W, lab, bds 323 W Market. 
g^ Bennett Julia, bds 347 Broadway. 
s^ Bennett .J Wesley, portrait painter 37^ E 
«M ^^ Washington, res same. 
® E^ *Bennett Lida, bds 19 Cora. 

Bennett Lida, sewing, bds 485 Bellefon- 
taine. 

"§ ^5 Bennett Marticia (wid John) res 710 Mor- 
^*>« ri8(WI). 

a ^^ Bennett Mont G, wheelmkr Indianapolis 
83 s=~ wheel wks, res 329 N Mississippi. 
"^ ^S Bennett Nancy (wid James), res 277 N 
S. ^ Spring. 

o B-^ Bennett Peter S, physician 43 Virginia ave, 
" 84:3 res 449 N New Jersey. 
'^ Bennett Robert R, elk Meridian National 
S Bank, bds 431 N Meridian. 

- Bennett Rosa A, bds 59 Hillside ave. 
ts Bennett Solomon F, propr St Omer Hotel 
f^^ 84 S Illinois, res same. 
^^ Bennett Tarlton, lab, res 17 Grant. 

Bennett Teleplioiie & Elec- 

''^'-v^ trie Co. John B Bennett Mngr; Mnfrs 

Private Line Telephones and Electrical 

.?" i^ Goods 15 Circle. ('S'?e top /mcs and opp 

y -^ paqe.) 

f"^^^ Bennett Theodore, conductor I D & S R Ry, 
^^^--H res 2 1 3 Do n g i ass. 

O Bennett Wesley, lab [ndpls (Jhair Co. 
Bennett Wm G, trav agt, res 235 W South. 
f-^^Bennett Wm H (Johnston & Bennett), res 
\^ -itf 431 N Meridian. 

i^^\*BennetL Wm H, lab, s s 8th 5 w of eannl. 
Q^ Bennett Wm R, lab, res 323 W Market. 
^^ei^Benney Wm C, okkpr Udell works, res .\d 
v^ J dison (N I). 
[^'^^'^Benninger, see also Binninger. 
^'^'^^Benninger Conrad, lab, bds Francis Berg- 
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WE MANUFACTURE 

And do byfarthe largestclothing trade atthe 



Bennon Annie, spinner Indpls Curled Hair 
Works, res 506 Madison ave. 

Bensac, see Binmc. 

Benson Adelbert S (Middlesworth, Grav- 
bill & Co), res 846 N New .Jersey. 

Benson Edward, bds 119 Bright. 

Benson Frank, canvasser Am Specialty Co. 

Benson Hannah (wid Aaron), res 123 
Eddy. 

Benson Harry L, messenger, bds 23 E St 
Joseph. 

Benson Hattie, seamstress, bds 123 Eddy, 

Benson James S, carp car works, res Wil- 
liams (W I). 

Benson Jane (wid Joseph), res 119 Bright. 

Benson John A, liquors 220 W Washing- 
ton, res same. 

Benson .John F, commission, res 23 E St 
Joseph. 

Benson Joseph, tinner Kingan & Co, bds 
119 Bright. 

Benson Laura T, teacher public school No 
12, bds 324 E South. 

Benson Louisa E, elk H H Condit, bds 23 
E St Joseph. 

Benson Lutber, lecturer, res 873 N Dela- 
ware. 

Benson Margaret (wid Hiram) bds 277 N 
Spring. 

*Benson Martin L, waiter 101 N New Jer- 
sey. 

Benson Nathan, elk, res 117 N East. 

Ben.son Shepard, stenographer, bds 123 
Eddy. 

Benson Theresa (T Benson & Co), res 117 N 
East. 

Benson T & Co (Theresa Benson, Fabian 
Cohn), furniture, etc 156 E Washington. 

Bent Wood Works.C H Gillett&Coproprs, 
s w cor Gatling and Belt R R. 

Bentis Caroline (wid John), laundress, res 
218 W Court. 

Bentis James, lab, bds 218 W Court. 

Bentley Ro: ert F, fireman Bee Line, res 
Poplar (Brightwood.) 

Benton Allen R, LjP D pres Butler Uni- 
versity, res Irvington. 

Benton E.hvin, lab, res 28 Brett. 

Benton Howard A, druggist 197 Christian 
avp, res same. 

Benton Justin W, compositor News, res 235 
S Alabama. 

Benton Nettie, bds 230 S Penn. 

Bentz Joseph, attendant Insane Hospital. 

Bentz Joseph, janitor 2I2 E Washington, 
res same. 

Bentz Wm, fireman Sarven wheel wks, res 
es E.^celsior 6 s Clifford ave. 

Benzel George, lab Atlas works, res 149 
Dorman. 

Benzel Henry, mach Atlas works, bds 149 
Dorman. 

Berberich John, brewer, bds 180 E McCarty. 

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Goods. Correct Plumbing a Specialty. Kepair.s h^™™J 
on water, gas and sewer pipes promptly attended I -^ J 
to by experienced mechanics. Telephone 850. 
91 N. Pennsylvania St. Denison Ilo'el Blocit. . 

Berk Annie (wid John), res 431 S Meridian. -*^^ 
Berkemeier Wui, foreman finishing dept' 

T Madden, res 66 Kennington. 
Berkley, see also Barclay and Jjarkley. 
^Berkley James, lah Atlas engine wks, res, 

w s Albemarle 1 n of Clifford ave. 
Berlin Pharmacy, Dr F W Deuke- Walter ^!-««r( 

propr, 226 E Washington. l,,,,] , / 
Berlin Win 11, trav agt Wm Deeriug & Co.. 

res 87 S Illinois. ^ ^-^ 

Berman see Baerman, Beerman and Behr-''~]^^ 

man '*! 

Berminn Louis, carp, res 38 Davis. f "2^"'| 

Bernard, see also Barnard, Barnhart and^ -^ 

Bernhard. 
Bernard Alice (wid Nelson F), bds 213| 

Christian ave. 
Bernard Brother, teacher St John's school, 

res 74 W Georgia. 
Bernar<l Elizaloeth, bds Franklin Taylor. 
Bernard Ernest, res e s Madison ave 

Belt R R. 
Beruauer Annie, domestic 22 W St Clair. 
Bernauer Edward, bartender G A Riess, [^^^ 

res 251 E Morris. ' ^ 

Bernauer Joseph, band sawyer T Madden, *^^^ 

bds 192 Coburn. "^ ^ 
Bernauer Joseph, street contractor, res 149 , 

Huron. Q ^ 

Bernauer Joseph jr, conductor, bds 293 E j*«ar^^ 

New York. x^a*^ 

Bernd Bros & Co (Daniel and Peter Berndu 

and John F Miller), blacksmiths 69 W 

Morris. 
Bernd Daniel (Bernd Bros & Co), res 63 

W Morris. ^ 

Bernd Peter (Bernd Bros & Co), res 566 S [> 

Illinois. ^ 

Berndt August, cabinetmkr Indpls Cabinet "^ 

Co, res w sOak Hill av In of Clifford ave. v-^ 
Berndt John, driver Atlas works, res 180 ^ 

Hillside ave. [7) 

Berner Charles F, cooper, res 254 Blake. f* 
Berner Frederick (Hetheringtou & Ber- ^ 

ner), res 40 Union. S 

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Berdel Barbara, elk Turpin & Co, bds 45 

Beaty. 
Berdel Henry, paper hanger, bds 45 Beaty. 
Berdftl Louis, wagonmkr Charles Kahl,res 

45 Beaty. 
Berdel Louis jr, elk Model Clothing Co, 

bds 45 Beaty. 
Berdel Lucy, bds 45 Beatty. 
Berennsen Hans T, finisher H Lieber & Co, 

res 303 N Pine. 
Berg, see also Berk, Birck, Birk, Bourke and 

Bark. 
Berg Charles, teamster A Minter, bds 9 

Henry. 
Berg David N, elk State Board of Health, 

bds Hotel English. 
Berg Fredrica (wid Charles), bds 856 N 

New Jersey. 
Berg George F, pressman, res 510 Park ave. 
Berg Harry, feeder Journal, bds 9 Henry. 
Berg Henry L, millwright Eagle machine 

works, res 456 N California. 
Berg Wm L, shoefitter, res 9 Henry. 
Berg Wm T, asst ticket agt Penn lines 136 

5 Illinois, bds Occidental Hotel. 
Bergin, see also Burgan. 

Bergin Frederick, teamster Emerick, Pau- 

lini & Co, res 35 W Morris. 
Bergin Wm, elk Charles Mayer & Co, res 

35 W Morris. 
Bergdoll Carrie, domestic 496 N Meridian. 
Bergdoll Lena, domestic 340 N Meridian. 
Bergdoll Maggie, domestic 496 N Meridian. 
Bergdoll Sophia, domestic 669 N Alabama. 
Bergener Emma (wid Herman), res 212 N 

C.ilifornia. 
Bergener Gnstav J, elk George Merritt & 

Co, bds 212 N California. 
Berger, .see also Borger. 
Berger Ernest, baker Bridget Steffen, res 

27 Cook. 
Berger Frank, shoemkr 262 N Spring, res 

same. 
Bergi^r Frederick T, bkkpr Charles Mayer 

6 Co, res 324 N Tennessee. 
Bergett, .see Blrket, Barkert and Byrkitt. 
Berghaus Wm, watchman, res 285 N Noble. 
Bergman, .see also Borgman and Burgman. 
Bergman August, tailor M Auderberg, rms 

163 E Washington. 
Bergmann Christian F, cutter S H Ham- 

merly, res 261 Virginia ave. 
Bergmann Francis, grocer s e cor West and 

Morris, res same. 
Bergmnn 1 Frederick, oiler C St L & P R R. 
Bergmann George J, barkeeper Jefferson 

House, res 204 Union. 
Bergmann Wm, teamster C F Schmidt, res 

31 E Wilkins 
Bergner John, stonemason, res 31 Park ave. 
Bergundthal David C, mngr gun dept Han- 
son- Van Camp Co, res 72 E Vermont. 
Berk, see also Berg, Birck, Birk, Bourke and 

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i i^'< Cor. Wasliing toii Sf, ai i<l Virginia Ave. 

^£ r^Berner Frederick, jr, foremau Hethering- 
J i af- ton & Berner, res 493 Madison ave. 
_2:~£ o Berner Gottlieb, expressman, res 21 Peru 
r sve. 

°1 ^_. Berner Minnie, bds 40 Union. 

Berner Sarah, domestic 296 E Market. 
Bernliaiiier YVill F A (Steeg & 
Bernhamer and Bernhamer & Walls), 
res 121 Dougherty; Telephone 1048. 
Bernfaainer & ^Walls (Will F A 
Bernhamer, Wm B Walls), Lawyers 10 
^^ and 11 Thorpe block. 
' Bernhardt, see also Barnard, Barnhart and 

C|-H Bernard. 
<^ Bernhardt Charles, sawmkr Atkins' saw 

. works, rms 199 S Illinois. 
(22) Bernhardt Ernest, trav agt Wm Deering & 

OCo, res s w cor Kay and Tennessee. 
Bernhardt Frederick, bartender C Moa- 
__ ninger, bds 337 N Illinois. 
^J--' Bernhardt John, elk Eastman, Schleicher 
. CJ) & Lee, res 75 Shelby. 
( — ' Bernhart John (A M Kuhn & Co), res 342 
^ » S New Jersey. 

Bernhart Lorenz, gilder Lieber & Co, bds 

75 Shelby. 
Bernloehr Mrs Christopher, milliner 43 S 
I — ' Illinois, res same. 
C/D Bernloehr Christopher, watchmkr 43 S 
r—j Illinois, res same. 

r~H Beanloehr George, barber 107 Harrison, 
^— -* bds 153 Meek, 
li Bernloehr John, gasfitter, res 153 Meek. 
h^ Bernlohr Charles, lab, bds 38 Yeiser. 
Cl3 Bernlohr Jacob, carp, res 38 Yeiser. 
(""^ Berns, see ako Bwns aud Byrne. 
|- . Berns August F, muisc teacher 256 N Pine, 
>- ' res same. 
"(2/1) Berns Catherine (wid Frederick), res 17 N 
New Jersey. 
Berns George F, sawyer Frederick Dietz, 

res 262 P^ Morris. 
Berns Mary, domestic, bds 17 N New Jer- 
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Bernstein Esther, furniture 199 W Wash- 
ington, res 236 S Tennessee. 
Bernstein Isaac, lab, res 283 S Tennessee. 
Bernstein Joseph, dk Sarah Bernstein, rms 

236 S Tennessee. 
Bernstein Moses, elk Sarah Bernstein, rms 

236 S Tennessee. 
Bernstein Moses, lab Sarah Bernstein, res 

258 S Tennessee. 
Bernstein Nathan, elk Sarah Bernstein, res 

139 W Washington. 
Bernstein Nathan jr, oik Sarah Bernstein, 

rms 236 S Tennessee. 
Bernstein Sarah, second hand goods 139 

W Washington, res same. 
Berrette, .see BarreUe. 
Berringer Samuel, mach Nordyke & Mar- 

mon Co, bds 231 Hadley ave (W I). 
Berry, see also Bury. 
Berry Alice, bds 121 W Vermont. 
Berry Anna, res cor California and Mar- 
ket. 
Berry Anna K, dressmaker, bds 89 Buch- 
anan. 
Berry Austin, printer Journal, rms 39 

Martindale block. ' 

Berry Catharine (wid Michael), res 89 

Buchanan. 
Berry Charles H, horseshoer R A Brown, 

bds 64 S Noble. 
Berry Charles O, lab, bds 455 S Missouri. 
Berry Corinthia M (wid Frank), res 56 

Cook. 
Berry Elizabeth, bds 439 S Illinois. 
*Berry Ella, domestic 600 N Penn. 
Berry Ellen, cook Jefferson House, res 515 

S Missouri. 
Berry Ellen (wid Richard), res 368 S 

Delaware. 
Berry Frank JVI, lab, bds 455 S Missouri. 
Berry George W, res 71 Meek. 
Berry Henrietta (wid Isaac), res 455 S Mis- 
souri. 
Berry Ida, bds 315 W Market. 
Berry Joel C, lab, bds 130 S East. . 
Berry John, wks Brush Electric Light Co, 

res 265 S Tennessee. 
Berry John, mach gas works, res 43 Carlos. 
Berry John J, patternmkr T Nesom, bds 89 

Buchanan. 
Berry Joseph, lab, bds n w cor Central aye 

and 14th. 
Berry Josephine, bds 71 Meek. 
Berry Leonora, boxmkr Brinker & Habe- 

ney, bds 130 S East. 
Berry Maggie, dressmkr A J Spratt, bds 89 

Buchanan. 
Berry Margaret (wid Wm M), res 121 W 

Vermont. 
Berry Mrs Maria E, res 130 S East. 
Berry Marion T, millwright, res 1.39 St 

Mary. 
Berry Michael, lab Frederick Deitz, res 139 

E South. 



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Berry Mra Nancy A, res 315 W Market. 
Berry Nellie H, elk F C Seibert, bds 130 S 

East. 
Berry Newton, brakeman I D iS: S R Ey, 

bds 373 E Georgia. 
Berry Orla C, lab 11 llerrmano, })ds 130 S 

East. 
Berry Owen, lab, res 173 Archer. 
Berry Robert H, lab, bds 130 S East. 
*Berry Salathiel (Kimbrough & Berry), 

res outside city limits. 
Berry Samuel, sawmkr, rms 5 Madison ave. 
*Berry Samuel B, lab, res V-alley Drive 

(Oak Hill). 
Berry Thomas, brickmkr, res Woodside. 
Berry Thomas, farmer, res 699 N Meridian. 
Berry Wm F, mach, res 68 Ruckle. 
Berry Wm M, lab, res n s English ave s of 

Michigan ave. 
Berry Wm W, painter, bds 121 W Ver- 
mont. 
Berryhill .John S (Knefler & Berryhill), 

res 937 N Alabama. 
Barry man Edwin, mach, bds 602 E St 

Clair. 
Berryman Presley, helper C I St L & C Rv, 

res 602 E St Clair. 
Berryman Wm, helper C I St L & C Ry, 

res 602 E St Clair. 
Berryman Wm H, cooper, res 290 Peru. 
Bersh George W, elk St Helena Hotel. 
Bert Henry L,, Merchant Tailor 9 

& Illinois, res 116 Plum. 
Bert Mollie, dressmkr, rms 265 N Missis- 
sippi. 
Bertel John, shoemkr 413 S West, res same. 
Bertels Anton, rimmerSarven wheel works. 
Bertels Frank, baker P F Bryce, res 15 

Lord. 
Bertels George, carp, res 425 Lexington ave. 
Bertelsmann Charles, cigar mnfr 264 Mass 

ave, res same. 
Bertelsmann Henry W, elk res 266 Mass ave. 
Bertelsmann Wm, news dealer, 264 Mass 

ave, res same 
Bertermanu Bros (John and Wm) 
Florists 35 to 39 Mass ave; Telephone 840; 
Greenhouses E National road; Telephone 
198. 
Bertermann Edward J, elk Bertermann 

Bros, bds 169 N Noble. 
Bertermann .John (Bertermann Bros), res n 
s National road 1 m e of Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum. 
Bertermann Wm (Bertermann Bros), res 

169 N Noble. 
Bertram Sallie. E, coffee packer Schnull i^' 

Krag, bds 61 Fletcher ave. 
Bery, see Beri-y. 
Besking, see also Bisking. 
Besking Wm, carp, res 144 Huron. 
Besking W^m C, lab, bds 144 Huron. 
Besore Calvin J, lab I B & W Ry. 
Bess Laura, res 93 Columbia. 



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Besse Charles, elk, res 140 Dunlop. 
Bessel John B, baker, bds 383 Dillon. 
Bessel John B, baker John Hucke, res 198 

N East. 
Bessermann Frank, German editor Labor 

Signal, bds 23 Kentucky ave. 
Bessonies August V G, Right Rev Rector 

oi St John's Church, res 76 W Georgia. 
Best George B, trav agt Consolidated Tank 

Line Co, res Winchester, Ind. 
Best John, car repairer Bee Line, res s s 

Clifford ave. 
Beston Michael, res s e cor Noble and Elm. 
Beswick Newton B, expressman, res 657 W ' 

Vermont. 
Bethel A M E Church, n e cor W Vermont 

and Columbia. 
Bettcher, see also Backer, Baker, Beacher, 

Becker, Boccher, and Boeitcher. 
Bettcher Albert H, patternmkr, bds 569 E 

Washington. 
Bettcher Conrad, cigars 569 E Washing- 
ton, res same. 
Bettrall Adda, bds 240 N Mississippi. 
Betts Charles F, printer Sentinel, bds 249 N 

Tennessee. 
Betty James, supt pantry Grand Hotel. 
Betzler John W, tinner A W McOuat, bds 

64 Stevens. 
Betzner Bertha, domestic 60 Circle. 
Betzner Charles, sawyer Indpls Cabinet Co, 

bds 100 Hill ave. _ ' 

Betzner Sophia (wid Charles), res 100 Hill 

ave. 
Beumer Henry, cigarmkr Maas & Kie- 

meyer, bds 22 Beeler. 
Bevan B Frank, fire ins, bds 505 Ash, 
Bevan John, fire ins, res 505 Ash. 
Bevan John jr, elk C W Kriel, bds 505 Ash. 
Bevel Christian A, millwright, bds 290 W 

Washington. 
Bever, see also Beaver and Beetei: 
Bever Edward A, solicitor Am Coll & Rept 

Ass'n, res 518 N Mississippi. 

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^ o^Beveridsje Albert J, stuHent McDonald, 
P |d Butler & Mason, res 28 Lockerhie. 
O Sm*Beverly Battle, servant 251 N MeriJian. 
O <gBeville Burton L, elk H H Beville res 26 
fe ""o Walcott. 

^ -^Beville Henry H, real estate 2^ W Wash- 
M I ingtoii, res 26 Walcott. 

§^ Beviugton Daniel fireman CI St L & C 
Rj, bds2!l Huron. 
. ^ Bevington Emma J, printer The People, 

' ~' res 367 Virginia ave. 
A^^Bevins Frederick J, mach, res 63 Califor- 
^^^ nia. 

.<^^<8i *Bevins Hempton, lab, res rear 102 How- 
MW ard. 

_ . Bevis Jefferson, painter, res 155 N Liberty. 
IjyBevis Laura (wid Martin), res 200^ Vir- 

Qgiuia ave. 
Beyer, see also Baar, Bahr, Barr, Bayer, 
Behr and Bi/er. 
Z Beyer August, lab Brunson & Springer, bds 
402 N California. 
^^^ Beyer Augusta, cook 100 Central ave. 
"~^ Beyer Caroline (wid Carl), bds 22 Orange. 
^^^ Beyer Edward, band sawyer Brunson & 

O Springer, bds 402 N Calfornia. 
Beyer Frederick G, elk Kingan & Co, res 
43 S West. 
B % Beyer Frederike (wid Adam), res 78 N No- 
■bBb ble. 

^.^^^ Beyer John, meat market 410 W North, res 
/@^\ same. 

l^^ Beyer Margaret (wid Lorenz), res 402 N 
^^ California. 
A ^^ Beyers, see Byers. 

\^^ Beyrsilorfer George, res 779 N Illinois. 
g *£ibbs Lizzie, res Wiley addition s of city 
^^■* limits. 
J ^^Bibe, see Byhee. 

^^^Biberkleid S Davis, shoemkr 51 Indiana 
ggpiHB ave, res same. 

Z Bible Lena, medium, res 140 N East. 
Bickal Annie, boxmkr Am Paper Box Fac- 
tory, res Woodside. 

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Bickal Michael, mach hand C St L & P Ry, 

res Woodside. 
Bickers John, carp, bds 248 S Missouri. 
Bicket Frank, checker, bds 9 SMississijlipi. 
Bicket Maltie (wid John), res 9 S Missis- 
sippi. 
Bicket W Francis, lab Citizens Street R R, 

bds 9 S Mississippi. 
Bicknell Jane (wid Lewis T), bds 375 N 

Tennessee. 
Bitldinger Emma, press feeder, bds 171 S 

New .Jersey. 
Biddinger James H, drayman, res 171 S 

New Jersey. 
Biddle Henry P, packer Richardson & 

Evans, res 240 Blake. 
Biddle Stephen, pump repairer, res 128 

Meek. 
Biddle Stephen, res 452 E Georgia. 
Biddle Slephen V, music teacher 160 E St 

Joseph, res same. 
*Biddox Lewis, lah, res 43 Newman. 
Biddy James M, janitor high school No 1, 

res 463 N Penn. 
Biddy John, wheelmkr Indpls Wheel 

Works, res 201 W 1st. 
Bider Joseph, lab Wm F Piel & Co, res 75 

Coburn. 
Biebel Christian, lab, res 71 Harrison. 
Biebingrif Jacob, elk S H Socwell, res 327 

E Ni-w York. 
Biel)inger Katie, milliner 73 Mass ave, res 

same. 
Biecheler Joseph C, photographer Wm F 

Staples, bds 409 S New Jersey. 
Biedenmiester Charles A, musician, res 265 

E New York. 
Biedenmeister Charles A jr, butcher, bds 

265 E New York. 
Biedenmeister Mary, teachfer public school 

No 14, bds 265 E New York. 
Biedermeister Augustus, butcher Siad- 1 

linger Bros, bds 207 W Michigan. i 

Biehl, see aho Beall. j 

Biehl Nicholas, lab Nordvke & Marmou j 

Co. 
Bieler, see also Bealer, Beeler and Buehler. 
Bieler Charles L, elk Hollweg & Reese, 

res 275 E Ohio. 
Bieler .Jacob L, collector G F Branhata, 

res 275 E Ohio. 
Bieler John A, lab, bds 150 Bates. 
Biepenbring Francis, cashier J Huegele, 

rms 292 E Ohio. 
Bierhour, see ako Beerbower. 
Bierbour Alminius, student, bds 189 E 

Ohio. 
Bierhaus Henry, teacher Deaf and Dumb 

Institute, res 29 McKim ave. 
Biers, see also Beers. 
Biers Edward A, elk Model Clothing Co, 

bds Circle Park Hotel. 
Bierworth John J, finisher Indianapolis 

Cabinet Co, bds 96 Hill ave. 



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Bigelow Clara, domestic 553 E Washing- 
ton. 
Bigelow David, fireman J M & I R K, bds 

44 S Arsenal ave. 
Bigelow Eliza (wid James K), res 388 N 

Illinois. 
Bigelow Eliza J (wid James F), res 2452 

E Washington. 
Bigelow George, driver Shellhouse & Co. 
Bigelow Ira (i, tinner Brown & Ferguson, 

bds 355 Coburn. 
Bigelow Ira P, plasterer, bds 355 Coburn. 
Bigelow Isaac K, plasterer, res 355 Coburn. 
Bigelow Isaac M, tinner Brown & Fergu- 
son, bds 355 Coburn. 
Bigelow James C, elk L Meier, bds 2452 E 

Washington. 
Bigelow James F, bds 92 Michigan ave. 
Bigelow John C (Geroe, Wiggins & Co), 

res 159 Fletcher ave. 
Bigelow John S, plasterer, res n w cor 

Hanna and Michigan. 
Bigelow John S jr, lab, bds n w cor Hanna 

and Michigan. 
Bigelow J D, brakeman, bds n w cor State 

and Michigan aves. 
Bigelow Wm, lab M J Osgood, res s w cor 

Michigan and Hanna. 
Bigger .loseph, bill poster J Edwards, res 

299 E Merrill. 
Bigger Richard F, medical student, bds 330 

E South. 
Bigg r Robert H, physician 431 Virginia 

ave, res 330 E South. 
Biggers Mary C (wid James A), res 292 N 

California. 
Biggins Hugh, grocer 294 W Maryland, res 

same. 
Biggins James H, floor walker, rms 99 N 

New J. rsey. 
Biggins Patrick, lab, bds 294 W Maryland. 
Biggs Delia (wid George), res 78 W Mar- 
ket. 
Biggs Mary E (wid Thomas R), res 66 Tal- 

bott Hve. 
Biggs Wm F, elk, bds 121 Agnes. 
Bigham Heydon S, trav agt W B Burford, 

bds Hotel English. 
Bildhaeuser Josephine, domestic 124 E St 

Joseph. 
Bilger Ann, domestic 22 Lockerbie. 
Bilger Joseph, res 332 E New York. 
Bilger Joseph jr, mach Indpls Chair Co, 

bds 332 K New York. 
Bilger Josephine, domt-stic 22 Lockerbie. 
Bilger Louis, mach Indpls Chair Co, bds 

332 E New York. 
Bill, Henry Publishing Co (The), J E 

HHskell mngr, 19 and 20 Sentinel bldg. 
Bilier Wm S, cooper L B Gardner, res 272 

Blake. 
Billiard John, lab I D & S Ry, bds 26 N 

West. 
Billing Andrew W, res 146 Buchanan. 



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Billing August, bds 29 Coburn. 

Billings Arthur P, printer A R Baker, bds 

89 Indiana ave. 
BiUingsley Denton F (T A Randall & Co), 

bds 27 Ruckle. 
BiUingsley James H, elk C St L & P R R, . 

bds 27 Ruckle. [^XJ 

BiUingsley John J W, propr Drainage aud^^^^ 

Farm Journal, res 27 Ruckle. L""^ 

Billingsworth John W, gardener, res w Sj,,^,,^ 

Madison road 4 s of Raymond. ^^^^ 

Billington Frances J (wid John), bds 893 tl ^^ 

N Mississippi. \_^J 

Billiter Frank, driver, bds 294 E Market. 

Billmeyer Frank, butcher, res e s Japan \^ — ■ — > 

s of Iowa. 
Bills Ella, music teacher, bds 635 Central y) 
ave. ^-3 i^t 

Bills Ernest, elk A Baber & Co, bds Ex- % Vi 
change Hotel. iB ^ 

Bills Mary, domestic Pyle House. S^ ^ 

Binager George T (Binager & Son), res 529 O % 
N Alabama. S c+- 

Binager J Bruce (Binager & Son), bds 529 ^ Ul 
N Alabama. CO O 

Binager Vincent, elk, bds 317 N Alabama. §5 & 
Binager & Son (George T and J Bruce), • P" 
subscription books 31 and 32 Baldwin CC 
block. _ _ ?*■ 

Binder Christian, gardener, res e s Merid-' — ' — ' 
ian 3 n of Raymond. _^_ 

Bineberg Casper, gasfitter Indpls Gas I J 
Light & Coke Co, res cor 9th and Missis- 
sippi. □ 
Binford James N (Carter & Binford), res hi 
814 N Aabama. J-LI 
Bingham Edmund H, elk Dept Public In- f^^-J 
struction State bldg, bds 148 W Mary- is- 
land. ^^^ 
Bingham Emily S, teacher Indpls Classical ^J 
School for Girls, bds 148 W Maryland. *" "^ 
Bingham Frank L, day elk The Sentinel, PH 

bds 148 W Maryland. 1 ^ 

Bingham George U, elk, bds 148 W Mary- 'l>si 
land. ^J 

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3r Circle Street. 

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§ Abstract of Titlo Office 

12 and 15 Thorpe Block. 

NOTARIES PUBI.IC 

And General Conveyancers. 



P3 Q. Bingham Joseph J, res 148 W Maryland. 

^ Bingham Samuel, elk, rms Kingan's hall. 

^ JH Bingham Wheelock P (Bingham & Walk), 

I 'g res 519 N Meridian, 

as 5 Bing:liam & "Walk (Wheelock P 

S ^ Bingham, Julius C Walk), Watches, 

^ Clocks and Jewelry 12 E Washington^ 

H g Telephone 127. 

^ S Bingman George, elk George Kessler, res 

W " 325 W 1st. 

A "w Binkley Benjamin E, engineer Tucker & 

g {3 Dorsey Mufg Co, res 148 Elm. 

P3 C8 Binkley Emma (wid John), res 188 English 

t3 ^''®- 

^ H Binkley Martha E (wid Samuel) res 21 

P3 H Center. 

^■^ Binninger, see also Benninger. 

\^f Binninger Frederick, lab E Eauh & Sons, 

^ ^ res s e cor Lincoln Lane and Japan. 

^S^ Binsac, see also Bensac. 

^■" Binsac Ann (wid Wm), res 231 N Noble. 

^^ Binsac Emma, elk W T Marcy, res 231 N 

Lk Noble. 

O Binsac Ida, elk N Y store, bds 231 N Noble. 
Birch, seelalso Burch. 
■^ Birch Addie, bds 168 Broadway. 
^fc Birch Edward, lab, res 330 W Market. 
4S1 Birch Mrs Martha, bds 490 N California. 
^^^ Birch Mary (wid James), res 82 Paca. 

Birch Mary J, bds 168 Broadway. 
\^\ Birch Peter A, driver Parrott & Taggart, 
^^ ^ res 421 N California. 

Birch Richard E, Captain USA, res 168 

Broadway. 
Birch Wm E, engineer, res 330 W Market. 
Birchall Frederick F, news dealer, 119 S 

Illinois, res same. 
Birch ard, see also Boer chert and Bor chert, 
Birchard Lindsay, engineer, bds 66 En- 
glish ave. 
Birchard Sarah C (wid Proudin), dyer 212 

W Washington, res 74 E North. 
Birchman, see also Biirchman. 



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Birchman John, butter East Market, res 
119 Meek. 

Birck, see also Berg, Berk, Birk, Bourke and 
Burk. 

Birck Peter, baker, res 421 N California. 

Bird, see also Byrd. 

Bird Ann M (wid Abraham), bds 169 N 
Illinois. 

Bird's Block, cor Indiana ave and Illinois. 

Bird Elmer E, driver Indpls Water Co, 
bds Capital House. 

Bird Frank, Proprietor Bird's Passen- 
ger and Baggage Transfer 1 E Washing- 
ton, res 683 N Illinois ; Telephone 534. 

Bird Gustave A, elk F W Rosebrock, res 
Galling. 

Bird John, student, bds 97 N New>Jersey. 

Bird^s Passeng:er and Bag:- 
Srag^e Transfer. 

!1 E Washington. 
Union Depot Package Room. 
Stables, East Market Square. 
Order by I Baggage Check- I Carriages for Par- 
Telephone ed at Resi- ties, Weddings, 

Day or night. 1 dence. | Depot, Etc. 

Telephone 534. {See adv in classified 

Transfer Cos.) 

Bird Wm A, lab, res 66 Park ave. 

Birdges Fannie, enameler U S Encaustic 
Tile works, bds 311 Peru. 

Birdsall Co The, C E Merrifield 
General Agent, mnfrs Engines, Thresh- 
ers and Sawmills, 57 J W Washington. 

Birge, see also Burdge and Burge. 

Birge James A, supply room Union Depot, 
res 168 N Noble. 

Birge Otis A, elk ii B Jerusalem, bds 129 
N Noble. 

Birge 'Warren E, Saloon 325 E 
Washington, res same. 

Birk, see also Berg, Berk, Birck, Bourke and 
Burk. 

Birk Anna (wid John), res 429^ S Me- 
ridian. 

Birk Christian, engineer, res 313 W Morris. 

Birk Martin, pres Indpls Fertilizer Co, res 
294 N West. 

Birk Wm M, elk, bds 294 N West. 

Birket, see also Bergett, Burgert, Burkert and 
Byrkiff. 

Birket Charles T, painter, bds 472 Vir- 
ginia ave. 

Birket Charles W, tailor, res 472 Virginia 
ave. 

Birmingham Thomas, lab, res 404i W 
Washington. 

Birney Thomas, molder car works, bds 
Globe House. 

Bisbee C C, trav agt Schnull & Krag, res 
Cleveland O. 

Bisbing Jacob, rms 30 S Mississippi. 

Bischoff Mary A, seamstress, bds rear 669 
E Washington. 

Biser Caroline, seamstress, bds 74 Bicking. 

Biser Edward, broommkr, bds 74 Bicking. 



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Biser Henry, lab, bds 74 Bicking. 

Biser Kate (wid August), res 74 Bicking. 

Biser Lizzie, bds 74 Bicking. 

BishoffMary, domestic 301 E Washington. 

Bishop Charles T,photograijher FC Whip- 
pey, res 48 Ash. 

Bishop Frankie, bds 114 W Georgia. 

Bishop Frederick W, grocer 233.1 W Wash- 
ington, res 270 W Maryland. 

Bishop George M, engineer engine co So 
2, res 130 Broadway. 

Bishop George W, cooper, bds 78 S West. 

Bishop Mrs H J, res 164 Fletcher ave. 

Bishop James L, trav agt Wiles, Coffin & 
Co, res 32 Spann ave. 

Bishop John, lab, res 33 Palmer. 

Bishop Lewis P, Dumps, res rear 393 N 



Of any kind whieh tliey wisli to Lave 

SAFELY PEOTECTED, 

And, at the same time, under their own control, 
should patronize tho Safe Deposit Va\illaof tha 



SI Kast Market BrnEt'T. 



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Bixler Bertie, marking elk Insane Hos- 
pital. 

Bjornholdt Charles, mach, res 44 Bradshaw. 

Bjornholdt Sophia, coU'ee packer SchnuU 
&Krag, bds 44 Bradshaw. 

Bjornson Saren, draughtsman, bds 477 
Bellefontaine. 



res same. 
Bitzer Conrad S, trav agt James R Eoss & 

Co, res 371 College ave. 
Bivens Emma, folder Hasselman-Journal 

Co, bds 83 Greer. 
Bivens Mary H (wid Alexander), res 83 ' 

Greer. 
Bivin Jenet, teacher public school No 12, 

bds 116 N Liberty. 
Bivin Mary L (wid John H), res 114 N ! 

Liberty. j 

*Bivins Hamilton, lab, bds 102 Howard, 
Bivins Mary (wid Wm H), rms 13 Smith | 

block. 



ave, res same. s ;i.g, 

•■■'Black Mary M, bds 358 Douglass. >. ' g 

Black Nathaniel E, com mer, res 142 N<^ <5 

Illinois. J ^t-' 

Black Oscar E, lab, bds 189 S Tennessee. ;::;; t^ti 

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prices). S. ^ 

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Telephone 491. B % 



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Abstract of Title Office 

12 and 15 Thorpe Block. 

NOTARIES PUBI.IC 

And General Conveyancers. 

Bingham Joseph J, res 148 W Maryland. 
Bingham Samuel, elk, rms Kingan's hall. 
Bingham Wheelock P (Bingham & Walk), 

res 519 N Meridian. 
Bingfliam & ^'alk (Wheelock P 

Bingham, Julius C Walk), Watches, 



Birchman John, butter East Market, res 
119 Meek. 

Birck, see also Berg, Berk, Birk, Bourke and 
Burk. 

Birck Peter, baker, res 421 N California. 

Bird, see also Byrd. 

Bird Ann M (wid Abraham), bds 169 N 
Illinois. 

Bird's Block, cor Indiana ave and Illinois. 

Bird Elmer E, driver Indpls Water Co, 
bds Capital House. 

Bird Frank, Proprietor Bird's Passen- 
ger and Baggage Transfer 1 E Washing- 
ton, res 683 N Illinois ; Telephone 534. 

Bird Gustave A, elk F W Rosebrock, res 
Gatling. 

Bird John, student, bds 97 N NeW;, Jersey. 



VOCALIST, 

Voice Builder, Musical Director. 



Teacher of Vocal Technique, Enghsh and Itahan Singing. 



Residence and Studio, 98 North Alabama St., 
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



glish ave. 

^^^ Birchard Sarah C (wid Proudin), dyer 212 
Q^ W Washington, res 74 E North. 
_ Birchman, see o^.sd Burchman. 

yj ONE PRICE, 

^^ AND THAT PRICE ALWAYS ONE PROFIT 
^^ BELOW ALL COMPETITION. 



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ginia ave. 
Birket Charles W, tailor, res 472 Virginia 

ave. 
Birmingham Thomas, lab, res 404>J W 

Washington. 
Birney Thomas, molder car works, bds 

Globe House. 
Bisbee C C, trav agt Schnull & Krag, res 

Cleveland O. 
Bisbing Jacob, rms 30 S Mississippi. 
Bischoff" Mary A, seamstress, bds rear 66!) 

E Washington. 
Biser Caroline, seamstress, bds 74 Bicking. 
Biser Edward, broommkr, bds 74 Bicking. 



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W. G. WASSON, 

Wholesale and Retail, 24 South Peunsyl- 
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Parties with Valuables j!> 

Ofany kind which they wish to have ^^ j 

SAFELY PROTECTED, F^ 

And, at the same time, under their own control, i i 
should patronize the Safe Deposit Vaults of tha ri 

INDimTOIMSSArSSlFOSICO. Q 



Biser Henry, lab, bds 74 Bicking. 

Biser Kate (wid August), res 74 Bicking. 

Biser Lizzie, bds 74 Bicking. 

Bislioff Mary, domestic 301 E Washington. 

Bishop Charles T, photographer FC Whip- 
pey,res 48 Ash. 

Bishop Frankie, bds 114 W Georgia. 

Bishop Frederick W, grocer 233J W Wash- 
ington, res 270 W Maryland. 

Bishop George M, engineer engine co No 
2, res 130 Broadway. 

Bishop George W, cooper, bds 78 S West. 

Bishop ^Vlrs H .J, res 164 Fletcher ave. 

Bishop James L, trav agt Wiles, Coffin & 
Co, res 32 Spann ave. 

Bishop John, lab, res 33 Palmer. 

Bishop Lewis P, pumps, res rear 393 N 
New Jersey. 

Bishop Moliie, room 3 133J Virginia ave. 

Bishop Robert F, elk, bds 437 N Tennessee. 

Bishop Sarah A (wid John), res 393 N 
New Jersey. 

Bishop Wm, coachman, 600 N Delaware. 

*Bishop Wm, lab, res e s Reisner 5 s of 
Howard (W I). 

Bisking, see also Besking. 

Bisking Charles C, lab, res 154 Huron. 

Bisking Christian H, lumber inspector, res 
154 Huron. 

*Bissel Benjamin, lab, res 114 Darnell. 

Bissell Charles J, engineer Vandalia Line, 
res 455 N Tennessee. 

Bissell Daniel P, horseshoer 26 E St 
Joseph, res 455 N Tennessee. 

Bissell Frederick L, weighmaster stock 
yards, res 455 N Tennessee. 

Bissell Lottie P, bds 455 N Tennessee. 

Bissig Andrew, lab P C & St L Ry. 

Bissig Andrew jr, lab P C & St L Ry. 

Bisso Gustave, carp I D & S Ry, bds 93 S 
New Jersey. 

Bistline Arville M (wid George W), physi- 
cian 394 N New Jersey, res same. 

Bitner Wm H, lab Sarven wheel wks, res 
276 S Delaware. 

Bittinger Emma, press feeder W B Bur- 
ford, res 171 S New Jersey. 

Bittle John (Hume & Bittle), res Irving- 
ton. 

Bittner Adam J, baker 237 E Washington, 
res same. 

Bitzer Conrad S, trav agt .James R Ross & 
Co, res 371 College ave. 

Bivens Emma, folder Hasselman-Journal 
Co, bds 83 Greer. 

Bivens Mary H (wid Alexander), res 83 
Greer. 

Biviu Jenet, teacher public school No 12, 
bds 116 N Liberty. 

Bivin Mary L (wid John H), res 114 N 
Liberty. 

*Bivins Hamilton, lab, bds 102 Howard. 

Bivins Mary (wid Wm H), rms 13 Smith 
block. 



S-l East Market Strej:t. 



Bixler Bertie, marking elk Insane Hos- 'JJ 
pital. r ^ 



Bjornholdt Charles, mach, res 44 Bradshaw. Kk^^ 



X 



Bjornholdt Sophia, coffee packer SchnuU 

& Krag, bds 44 Bradshaw. . . 

Bjornson Saren, draughtsman, bds 477 ^^i 

Bellefontaine. \J 

Black, see also Blech. 
Black Ada, domestic Enterprise Hotel. 
Black Catherine (wid George), bds 318 E 

Georgia. 
Black Charles C, lab, rms 9 Kingau's Hall. I 
Black Charles H, supt C H Black Mnfgf 

Co, res 247 E Louisiana. 
Black Clara, res 43i S Illinois. \ 

Black C H Manufacturing Co, H Z Beck" 

pres, C H Black supt, carriage mntrs44' 

5 Penn and 44 E Maryland. \ 
*Black David M, janitor Windsor block, « 

res 237 W Michigan. 
Black Elliott N, res 142 N Illinois. 
*Black Era, bds Henry McColgan. ' 

Black George H, carp, res 80 N Delawar I 
Black George W, sawyer E C Atkins &' 

Co, res Francis (N I). , 

Black George S, lab, res 264 Coburn. | 

Black Jacob L, cabinetmkr Spiegel, Thoms , 

6 Co, bds 220 E Vermont. _ ; 
Black James B, lawyer 241 E Washington, I 

res 399 N Penn. < 

Black James S, Music Teacher { 

N Alabama, bds same. [See adv opp.) ^ 
*"Black Jeremiah, carp, res 410 Blake. . 2 

Black John (John Black & Co), rms 232 N,-^ ^ 

East. X, as 

Black John & Co (John Black, George L© *i 

Grossman), stained glass 159 Mass ave. ^ S* 
*Black Joseph, driver A B - Meyer & Co, a © H 

res 226 Clinton. % ':::c 

Black Margaret C, dressmkr 235 Indiana y ^"t 

ave, res same. f' ^S 

»Black Mary M, bds 358 Douglass. ^ ' K 

Black Nathaniel E, com mer, res 142 N'^ §5 

Illinois.^ J ^'^ 
Black Oscar E, lab, bds 189 S Tennessee. Z^ "^tfi 
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82 East Washington St., 

PfintngraphErs' SuppllEB 

AND ARTISTS' MATERIALS. 

Black Robert, foreman A B Meyer & Co, 

res 45 Alvord. 
Black Thomas A, blksmith 240 W Ohio, bds 

70 Indiana ave. 
'Black Thomas S, carp AVm W Loucks, res 

168 Chesapeake. 
Black Wm M, grand tyler Masonic Tem- 
ple, res 168 N Pine. 
Blackburn Eugene, postal elk, bds 119 N 

New Jersey. 
••■Blackburn Mary J, waiter H Cavett, res 

115 Columbia. 
"Blackburn Roderick, brickmason, res 221 

W Vermont. 
Blackford Block, s e cor Washington and 

Meridian. 
Blackford Charles W, collector Baird & 

Dillon, bds St Charles Hotel. 
■■Blackford Joseph, lab, bds 110 Columbia. 
Blackford Street M E Church, s e cor Mar- 
ket and Blackford. 
Blackledge Albert S, trav agt, bds 977 N 

Meridian. 
Blackledge Frank H, Lawyer 32 

Vance Block, res 977 N Meridian. 
Blackledge Irene L, bds 977 N Meridian. 
Blackledge John W, trav agt Fahnley & 

McCrea, bds 977 N Meridian. 
Blackledge L N, physician, bds 441 N Mer- 
idian. 
Blackledge Rollin H, mach Sinker, Davis 

& Co, res 38 Sullivan. 
Blackledge Susan K (wid Thomas G), res 

977 N Meridian. 
Blackledge Wm G, carp, bds 38 Sullivan. 
Blackman Clarence L, trav agt, res 308 E 

Market. 
Blackman Joseph B, coal 545 Virginia 

ave, res 133 Dougherty. 
Blackman Wm W, wood 222 Mass ave, res 

13 Park ave. 
*Blackmore Adeline (wid Peter), bds 584 

N Mississippi. 
Blackmore Charles W (D Blackmore & 

Co), bds 453 N Illinois. 

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Blackmore Dawson (D Blackmore & Co),. 

res 453 N Illinois. 
Blackmore D & Co (Dawson and 

Charles W Blackmore), Commission Mer- 
chants, room 20 Chamber of Commerce. 
Blackmore Lizzie, bds 453 N Illinois. 
Blackwell Bernard, mach, bds 129 Maple. 
Blackwell Ella B, dressmkr L S Ayres & 

Co, res 129 Maple. 
*Blackwell Jesse, lab, res 540 W North. 
*Blackwell John, lab, res 3 Willard. 
Blackwell John J, mach Sinker, Davis & 

Co, res 560 S Illinois. 
Blackwell John W, driver, res 291^} W 

North. 
*Blackwell Nelson J, driver Eastman^ 

Schleicher & Lee, rms same. 
Blackwell Otis, lab McCoy Mnfr Co, bds 

135 N Illinois. 
B ackwell P, mach Nordyke & Marmon 

Co. 
Blackwell Roe, waiter H Cavett, res 81 S 

Illinois. 
Blackwell Thomas, lab Indpls Rolling 

Mill Co, res 129 Maple. 
Blackwell Thomas jr, lab, bds 129 Maple. 
Blackwell Wm H, res 47 Greenwood. 
"-•'Blackwell Willis, lab, bds Virgil Bowber 

(W I). 
Bladsoe, see Bledsoe. 
Blaes, see also Blase. 
Blaes John G, mach Indpls Mall Iron Co,, 

res Belmont ave (W I). 
Blaich, see abo Bleich. 
Blaich Gottlieb F, lab, res 232 Railroad. 
Blaine Wm, painter, rms 175 W New 

York. 
Blair Aaron H, stave mnfr 12 Ingalls 

block, res 581 N Delaware. 
Blair Cornelius A, teamster, res 165 Agnes. 
Blair Esther M (wid Solomon), res 868 N 

Delaware. 
Blair Evan, bkkpr, bds 163 Bellefoutaine. 
Blair George W, paper hanger, res 163 

Bellefontaine. 
Blair James, lab, bds 266 W Court. _ 
Blair Jennie, res rear 176 E Washington. 
Blair Jesse H, lawyer 36.T E Washington, 

bds 302 N Delaware. 
Blair Napoleon B, painter, res 166 Yandes. 
Blair Wm, lab, bds 326 W Maryland. 
Blair Wm, sheet iron wkr Sinker, Davis 

&Co. 
Blair Wm H, bkkpr, res 46 Prospect. 
Blake, see also Plake. 
Blake Albert E, depot agt Frank Bird, bds 

Denison House. 
Blake Amos, lab, rms 116| W New York. 
Blake Augustus, lab, res 107 Maple. 
Blake Block, W Washington opp Bates 

House. 
Blake Edith, domestic 250 E Vermont. 
Blake Eliza S (wid James), res 308 N 

Tennessee. 



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The Leading House in Gas Fixtures and Plumb- ^^ ^ 
iug. We have on hand the most complete stock Wmm^ 
of Gas Chandeliers, Drop Light-*, Globes, Burn- S 
ers, etc. and mpr PpUfklVIfi' S^rt everything , , 

in the water lUiLtirHUINCi SOU gasor steam I j 
fitting line. Repairs done promptly and in aL -i 
workmanlike manner. 91 North Pennsylvauia 
Street. Denison Ilotci Block. | ^ 

Blauton, Watson & Co (Llewel-^ ^*^ 

lyn H Blanton, Wm E, Watson, Alexan-S^^. 

der J Alexander), Proprs Arcade Mills?^^*^ 

200 W Maryland; Telephone 321. /*~^ 

Blartz Helena (wid James), bds 198 WV. 2 

Washington. ^ i ^ 

Blaschke August, lab Standard Oil Co, bds^i«J_^ 

216 Chesapeake. ^^^ 

Blaschke Charles, lab Standard Oil Co. bds. . 

210 Chespeake. ' ^^^^ 

Blaschke Ferdinand, lab, res 216 Chesa-^_J 

peake. I JL J 

Blaschke Ferdinand jr, lab, bds 216 Chesa-*" ^ 

peake. 
Blaschke Gustave, lab, bds 216 Chesa- 
• peake. 
Blaschke Joseph, fireman Standard Oil 

Co, bds 216 Chesapeake. 
Blasdel Elijah, hostler, res 35 Blake 
Blasdel Walter, mach car works, bds 35 

Blake. 
Blase, see also Blaes. 
Blase Caroline, domestic 224 E Ohio. 
Blase Henry F, lab C Ferger, res 169 

Union. Z/^ 

Blase Martin, carp, bds 286 W Washington. ^^ 
Blattlar Mrs Frances, res 48 Kansas. ■ 

Blatz Catharine, grocer 440 S Illinois, res\7 U. 

same. >*i"*««^ 

Blatz Leo A, elk Catharine Blatz, bds 440 L J 

S Dlinois. 
Blau, see also Blue. 

Blau Emma L, domestic 430 N Tennessee. ^ 
Blaume, see also Blume. 
Blaume Wm, car repairer Wabash R R, j/j 

res 338 S Alabama. f> 

Blaurock Karl, res e s Waverly ave 2 n ^ 

of Clifford ave. ^ 

Blauvelt Abraham G, res 358 Coburn. t^ 

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Blake Fannie G, music teacher, bds Jones 
(NI). 

Blake Frederick, drayman, res 74 Church. 

Blake Frederick, night watchman Wm F, 
Piel & Co, res 28 N Noble. 

Blake Frederick jr, lab Wm H Piel & Co, 
bds 28 N Noble. 

Blake Harrison, peddler, res50 McGinnis. 

Blake Henry, lab Wm H Piel & Co, res 25 
Wisconsin. 

Blake James, tilemkr U S Encaustic Tile 
works, bds 327 N Tennessee. 

Blake James R, bds 308 N Tennessee. 

Blake John G, sec'y Indpls Board of Trade, 
res 308 N Tennessee. 

Blake John S, collector, bds Jones (N I). 

Blake John V, stonecutter, res 493 S Ten 
nessee. 

Blake John W, lawyer, res Jones (N I). 

Blake Joseph 1), lab Atlas works. 

Blake Laura, res Irvington. 

Blake Walter A, cooper Wood & Smith, 
res 196 Douglass. 

Blake Wm M, res 327 N Tennessee. 

*Blakely Joseph, barber Henry Moore & Co. 

*Blakemore Cain, lab, bds 319 E North. 

"-•■Blakemore Harvey, barber shop 207 Vir- 
ginia ave, res 319 E North. 

Blakeney John H, trav agt, res 227 E 
Market. 

Blaker Mrs Eliza A, Principal 
Indiana Kindergarten Training School 
and Supt Indianapolis Free Kindergar- 
tens, res 795 N Meridian. 

Blaker Louis J, contracting agt White 
Line 2 Bates House, res 795 N Meridian. 

*Blakey Chapman J, fireman U S Encaus- 
tic Tile works, res 197 W 3d. 

-Blakey James W, barber 436 W Wash- 
ington, res same. 

Blamer Herman, carp St R R Co, res 187 
Me.k. 

Blanch Willard,'lab, rms 24 Braden block. 

Blanch Wm, waiter O H Smith, bds 111 E 
Washington. 

Blanchard Francis A, res 284 N Meridian. 

Blanck Richard, butcher Milton Ponder, 
res 251 E Washington. 

Bland Michael, blacksmith Bernd Bros & 
Co, res 307 W Morris. 

Blandford Henry S (Henry S Blandford & 
Co), res 44^ N Penn. 

Blandford Henry S & Co (Henry S Bland- 
ford), printers 44 J N Penn. 

Blank Adolph, painter, bds 93 S West. 

Blank Frederick, tinsmith Belt R R. 

Blank Ida, bds 1038 N Illinois. 

Blankert Pauline (wid John), res311 Court. 

Blanton Emma (wid Alexander M) bds 
432 N Penn. 

Blanton Llewellyn H (Blanton, Watson & 
Co), res 432 N Penn. 

Blanton Mary J (wid John), res 264 E 
Georgia. 



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Blauvelt Charles S, coal 23 

23 William. t^ 

Blauvelt Ella L, dressmkr 23 William,bds f* 

same. ^-^ 

Blauvelt James, sawyer, bds 358 Coburn. ^^ 

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James W, engineer C 
£ S « « Ky, res 59 S Arsenal ave. 
OiP^Hi^Blauvelt Jane (wid James), res 171 Spring. 
sJsotjjoBlauvelt Thomas, elk, res 171 Spring. 
" — • — 'Blayden Henry, lab, bds 266 S Illinois. 
* *Blaylock Samuel, lab, res 311 Indiana ave. 
era Bleck, see also Black. 
^ Bleck August, lab, res 297i English ave. 
^C3 Bleck August C,cabinetmkr, res 385 Union. 
H^ Bledsoe, see also Bladsoe. 

p:5 Bledsoe James P, finisher wheelwks, res 
»— « rear 109 S Illinois. 

tr . , Bledsoe Warren, conductor 1 & V R R, 
" bds 329 E Market. 
\. Bleich, see also Blaich. 



OBleich Katherine (wid Wm 
Elm. 



F), res 102 
Water. 



yi_^ Bleistein Titus, teamster, res 

Blennard Thomas, lab, rms 116i W New 

York. 
Blesch Wm F, barber F Brandt, rms 35 
f Martindale block. 
^ — J Bless Harriet E (wid Eleazer), res 346 N 
New Jersey. 
Blessing Cora, wks H A Wright, res 341 N 

Blake. 
Blettner George, lab W Helfenberger & 
Co, bds 284 E Louisiana. 
^_j Blettner John, printer Wm B Burford, res 
y~i rear 283 E Georgia. 
——, Blettner John, blksmith Sinker, Davis & 

Co, res rear 284 E Louisiana. 
[v^ Blettner Joseph, mach Sinker, Davis & 
Co, bds rear 284 E Louisiana. 
Bletzinger Andrew P, papermkr, bds 652 

W Washington (W I). 
Bletzinger Magdalena (wid Hierouimus), 

res 652 W Washington ( W I). 
Blinn Edward W, trav agt, res 435 N East. 
BlitonDaniel C, carp, res 242 S Missis- 
sippi. 
Blizard James L, bill elk Schnull & 

Krag, res 219 Huron. 
Blizard Silas T, train dispatcher C I St L 
& CRy, res 110 Huron. 

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Blizard Wm (Ballweg& Co), bds 240 N 

East. 
Blizzard Wm J, yardmaster, bds Emmett 

Hotel. 
Block Henry, foreman Bee Line R R, res 

341 N Pine. 
Block Sophia, domestic 648 N Alabama. 
Blodau Robert P, druggist 102 Indiana 

ave, res same. 
Blodgett Frederick, supt Elevator A, res 

246 Blackford. 
Bloettler Annie, waitress, res 44 Kansas. 
Blomberg, see also Blumberg. 
Blomberg Wm, lab C H & I Ry, res 298 

Lexington ave. 
Blonda Harrison C, cigarmkr J Rauch, 

res 317 N Alabama. 
Blood James, agt, bds W J Hasselman 

(NI). 
Bloom, see also Blum. 
Bloom Henry, engineer Bee Line, res 

Brightwood. 
Bloom John, lab, res 113 Lincoln Lane. 
Bloom John, helper Bee Line, bds Bright- 
wood. 
Bloom Samuel, blksmilh Bee Line, res 

Brightwood. 
Bloomer Abraham, brick molder, res 76 

Cypress. 
Bloomer Asahel P H, student, bds 373 N 

Penn. 
Bloomer David S, elk, bds 172 Olive. 
Bloomer Elnora, dressmkr, bds 172 Olive. 
Bloomer Frederick C, adv agt, res 93 Ash, 
Bloomer Frederick C, sign advertiser 

Model Clothing Co, res 83 W 10th. 
Bloomer Isaac L, lawyer 31 Thorpe block. 

res 373 Penn. 
Bloomer James T, res 256 Huron. 
Bloomer John L, brick molder, res 76 

Cypress. 
Bloomer Mary A, waitress W G Sherman, 

rms 4 Miller block. 
Bloomer Susanna (wid James), res 172 

Olive. 
Bloomfield Richard, bds National Hotel. 
Blount, see also Blunt. 
Blount Rev Brazilian M, res Irvington. 
Blount Frank, trav agt Schnull & Krag^ 

res Wabash, Ind. 
Blount Robley, student Butler University, 

bds Irvington. 
Blount Sadie W (wid Robert S), res Irving- 
ton. 
Blu Uriah L, dentist 52 N Illinois, res 

257 N Mississippi. 
Blue, see also Blau. 

Blue Alice (wid Perry), res Mapleton (N I). 
Blue Augustus M, elk S B Murray, bds 392 

E Michigan. 
Blue Charles A, mach Chandler & Taylor, 

res 192 Blackford. 
Blue Charles G, gas fitter C W Meikel, bds- 

392 E Michigan. 



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Blue Elizabeth (wid Cyrus B), res 392 E 

Michigan. 
Blue Gererd, res 498 N Illinois. 
Blue Henry S, salesman T B Laycock & 

Co, bds Emmet House. 
*Blue Hiram, driver A B Meyer & Co, res 

n s 10th 2 w Lafayette E K. 
Blue Ida, cook National Hotel. 
Blue Ida M, domestic 468 N West. 
Blue Laura C, bds 392 E Michigan, 
Blue Line, Chauncy K Watson Agent, 

26 S Illinois. 
Blue Susan (wid Charles), res 220^ S Mer- 
idian. 
Blue Wm J, switchman I B & W Ry, res 

26 Everett (W I). 
Blum, see Bloom and Blumt. 
Blumbein Emma, domestic 210 Broadway. 
Blumber Wm, lab, res 298 Lexington av 
Blumberg, see also Blomberg. 
Blumberg Ernest, elk H Mitschrich, bds 

203 Naomi. 
Blumberg John (D C Beatty & Co), res 77 

Linden. 
Blumberg Theodore, lab H Herrmann, bds 

203 Naomi. 
Blumberg Wm F, lab H Herrmann, bds 

203 Naomi. 
Blume, see also Blaume. 
Blume Conrad, farmer, res Brightwood. 
Blume David L, fireman I D & S Ry, res 

s s Washington 3 e of Belmont ave 

(WI). 
Blume Francis J, contractor, res 82 Brad- 

shaw. 
Blume Frank, mach Dean Bros Steam 

Pump Works, bds 82 Bradshaw. 
Blume Hans, elk, res 56 Sinker. 
Blume Herman A, elk Eastman, Schleicher 

& Lee, res 82 Bradshaw. 
Blume Paulina, cofiee packer Schnull & 

Krag, b.ls 123 E Walnut. 
Blume Rufus N, bkkpr A B Gates & Co, 

res 494 N West. 
Blumlein Adolph, baker Insane Hospital. 
Blumlein Louis P, barber Union Depot, res 

10 Carlos. 
Blumlein Matilda, elk D Taggart, boards 



Blumlein Oito, bds 250 S Tennessee. 

Blunk Frederick, bds Jefferson House. 

Blunk Maggie, domestic 619 N Meridian. 

Blunt, see Blount. 

Blurock Charles, packer Indpls Cabinet 
Co res Brickville. 

Bluttner John, printer, res rear 283 
Georgia. 

Bly David, teamster, res 25 Deloss. 

Bly George, lab Robert Thomas, bds same. 

Bly Jacob, brick mason, bds 29 Brett. 

Bly John N, watchman St R R Co, res 
70 Bicking. 

Bly Matilda C (wid John), bds 70 Bick- 
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At Loirest Kates. 

Bly Oliver H P, grocer 36 N New Jersey, 

res 34 same. 
■Blvthe Daniel,servant 170 Woodlawn ave. 
Bly'the James G, rms 82 E New York. 
Blythe Wm M, engineer I D & S Ry, bds 

287 N Pine. 
■'Board James, cook 171 N Tennessee. 
Board of Health, basement Court House, 

telephone 538. 
Board of School Commissioners, office s w 

cor Penn and Ohio. 
Board State House Commissioners, office 

State bldg. 
Boardman Omer B, "ssignee Meal & Brad- 
lev 67 W Washington, res Broad Ripple, 

Ind. 
Boatman Peter, cooper, bds 213 W Mary- 
land. 
Boaz, see also Boes. 
Boaz Burling, postal elk r m s, res 321 S 

Penn. 
Boaz Charles G, res 323 S Penn. 
Boaz E Morton, cashr W G Sherman, rms 

167 N Tennessee. 
Boaz Mary Jane (wid Wm), res 321 S Penn. 
Boaz Wm M, elk I B & W Ry, res 949 N 

New Jersey. 
Bobbs Andrew J, physician 49 Indiana 

ave, res same. 
Bobbs Catherine C (wid Dr John S), res 

terminus of E Georgia. 
Bobb's Free Dispensary, F W Hays Supt, 

45 S Pennsylvania. 
Bobbs John, mach C St L & P Ry, res 167 

N Noble. 
Bobbs Wm C, elk The Bowen-Merrill Co, 

bds 167 N Noble. 
Bobning, see Boehning. 
*Bobson Nat, waiter Denison House. 
Bock, see also Buch and Buck. 
Bock Andrew J, stonemason, res 237.2 Mass 

ave. 
Bock Charles H, carp, res 283 Davidson. 
Bock Christian, carp, res 476 N East. 

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PATENTS 

? C. BK.AE52FCI2.I), 

j Solicitor of American and Foreign Patents, 16 and 18 
( Hubbard Block, Indianapolis, Ind., and Le Droit 
! Building, opp. U. S. Patent Office, Washington, 

I D. C. See advertisement under head of 

'■ "Patent Solicitors" in classified list. 

I Bock Lou M, elk N Y store, rms Spades' 
; Place. 

Bockstahler Charles, elk, bds 410 S Illi- 
nois. 
Bockstahler Sophia (wid Morton), res 410 

5 Illinois. 

Bockstahler Wm H, printer Morris Print- 
ing Co, bds 410 S Illinois. 

Bocrie Mattie R (wid Robert), res 149 W 
North. 

*Boddie Calvin C, hostler 121 E New 
York. 

Bodely, see aho Baddely. 

Bodely Alonzo, coremkr Haugh, Ketcham 

6 Co, bds 420 W Michigan. 
Bodemer Jacob, baker, bds 135 E Wash- 
ington. 

Bodenmiller John, foreman H M Diamond, 

res 303 E St Clair. 
Bodenmiller Leonard, blacksmith A J 

Johr & Co, res 303 E St Clair. 
Bodensee Paul, lab, bds 549 S Meridian. 
Bodine James E (Ransom, Randolph & 

Co), res 283 N Penn. 
Bodkins, see Bothins. 
*Body Wm, lab, res 255 Howard. 
Boecher, see also Backer, Baker, Beacher, 

Becker, Beitcher, Boecher and Boettcher. 
Boecher Henry, meat market 549 N West, 

res same. 
Boecher Ida, elk, bds 549 N West. 
Boehlman, see Bohlman and Bulmahn. 
Boehm, see also Bohm and Beam. 
Boehm John, baker Deaf and Dumb Insti- 
tute, res 123 William. 
Boehm John, cabinetmkr Indpls Cabinet 

Co, res 342 N East. 
Boehm John F, res 398 N West. 
Boehm Raymond F, sawmkr W B Barry 

Saw & Supply Co, res 342 N East. 
Boehmer, see Beemer and Behmer. 
Boehning, see also Behning. 
Boehning Henry, elk, bds 26 Water. 
Boehning Sophia (widWm), res 26 Water. 

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Boehning Wm, lab Thomas Madden, bds 
26 Water. 

Boeldt, see also Beldt, Boldt and Bolle. 

Boeldt August, mach hand H Herrmann, 
bds 111 Orange. 

Boeldt Henry, lab H Herrmann, bds 111 
Orange. 

Boeldt Joachim, lab C I St L & C Ry, res 
67 Downey. 

Boeldt Lizzie (wid Henry), res 111 Orange. 

Boeld Wm, driver G W Stout, res 71 
Downey. 

Boeling Frederick, bakery 228 W McCarty, 
res same. 

Boerchert, see also Birchard and Borchert. 

Boerchert August, meat market 579 Mad- 
ison ave, res same. 

Boerum Joseph S, carp, 414 N Delaware 
res same. 

Boes, see Boaz. 

Boeschel Max J, inspector, res 298 Vir- 
ginia ave. 

Boese, see also Baase, Basey and Beese. 

Boese Christian H, driver Milwaukee Bot- 
tling Co, res 43 Morrison. 

Boese George W, elk Tanner & Sullivan, 
res 237 N Liberty. 

Boese Henry, car repairer, res 174 Har- 
rison. 

Boese Henry C, driver Adams Ex Co, res 
267 N Liberty. 

Boettcher, see also Backer, Baker, Beacher, 
Becker, Beticher, Boecher and Boettcher. 

Boettcher Rudolph, meat market 47 S Dela- 
ware, res same. 

Boetticher Julia H, teacher German pub- 
lic schools Nos 20 and 28, bds 128 W Ohio. 

Boetticher Otto, printer Gutenberg Co, res 
128 W Ohio. 

*Boffman Ella, res 187 W 5th. 

■■ Bogan Charles, lab, res 279 Fayette. 

*Bogan Mrs Peachey V, res 76 W 5th. 

Bogardus Edward D, carp C C Foster 
Lumber Co, res 496 N Mississippi. 

Bogardus Wm B, carp, res 306 N Pine. 

Bogart Albert, mach Bee Line, bds 73 
Columbia ave. 

Bogert Charles C, mngr Friendly Inn 290 
W Market. 

Bogert James, trunks 40 W Washington, 
res 364 N Mississippi. 

Bogert Ralph E mngr A Booth & Son, res 
375 Home ave. 

Bogert Stephen T, trav agt, res 102 Cherry. 

Bogert Wm J, trunkmkr J Bogert, res 245 
N Liberty. 

Boggs Mahlon, oiler C St L & P Ry. 

Boggs Newton, mach Sarven wheel works. 

Boggs Peter, mach Sarven wheel works, 
res 17 Russell ave. 

Boggs Philip, mach Sarven wheel works, 
bds 17 Russell ave. 

Bogle Frank L, elk F M Boone, res 198 
Mass ave. 



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Bogren John, lab Ewart Mnfg Co, bds H 
Gates, Haiighville. 

Bohan Sarah, dressmkr, bds 197 N Ala- 
bama. 

■*Bohanon Edward, lab Indpls Mall Iron 

Co, res Haughville. 
Bohen, see Bohn, Bone and Bowen. 

Boblander, see also Bolander. 

Bohlander Charles, teamster Steiahauer & 

Drotz, bds rear 21 Buchanan. 
Bohlander George, lab, bds rear 21 Bu- 
chanan. 

Bohlander John, teamster, res rear 21 Bu- 
chanan. 
Bohlander Sophia (widow Jacob), res rear 
21 Buchanan. 

Bohlen, see also Bolan, Bolen and Bolin. 

Bohlen Andrew J, mach Tucker & Dorsey 
Mnfg Co, res 1 Geneva. 

Bohlen Diedrich A (D A Bohlen & Son) 
res 71 N Noble. 

JBohlen D A & Son (Diedrich A 
and Oscar D), Architects, Rooms 16 and 
17—95 E Washington. 

Bohlen Oscar D (D A Bohlen & Son), res 
300 Broadway. 

Bohlinger, see also Bolinger. 

Bohlinger Joseph, lab Kingan & Co, rms 1 
Kingan's hall. 

Bohlman, see also Bulmahn. 

Bohlman Julius, gluer Indpls Picture 
Frame Co, res 193 Lincoln Lane. 

Bohm, see also Boehm and Beam. 

Bohm George, lab, res 894 S Meridian. 

Solmiie John M, Carriage Manu- 
facturer 223 and 225 E Washington, res 
364 Union. 

Bohn, see also Bohen, Bone and Bowen. 

Bohn Armin, elk Griffith Bros, res 21 Hall 
Place. 

Bohn Arthur (Vonnegut & Bohn), res 293 
N Mississippi 

Bohn Gustav, draughtsman county sur- 
veyor's office, res 257 S Alabama. 

Bohne Charles W, gardener, bds Mrs Lucie 
Bohne. 

Bohne Henry, gardener, res w s Shelby 5 s 
of Raymond. 

Bohne Lucie (wid Henry), res w s Shelby 5 
s of Raymond. 

Bohren Libbie, forewoman P M Gallahue 
& Co. bds 177 S New Jersey. 

Bohren Susan, tailoress O C Schrader, bds 
177 S New Jersey. 

Boice, see also Boyce. 

Boice Augustin (McMaster & Boice), bds 
678 N Delaware. 

Boicourt Charles, elk W D Seaton, bds 392 
Bellefontaine. 

Bokeloh Henry, engineer C I St L & C Ry, 
res 4 Hoyt ave. 

Bokeloh John F, engineer C I St L & C Rv, 
res 297 English ave. 

Bolan, see also Bohlen, Bolen and Bolin. 



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Gibs, Abzugs rochrea, Lattcn, Kohlen nnd Coke. 

Bolan Bell (wid Wm), res 16 > N Alabama. 
Boland Michael J, carp J P McConnell, 

res e end E Washington. 
Bolander, see Bohlander. 
Boldt, see also Beldi, Boeldtand Bolte. 
Boldt Ernst, lab Abattoir, res 319 W Mor- 
ris. »^^ 
Bolen, see also Bohlen^ Bolan and Bolin. *^^ 
Bolen Annie, seamstress, bds 45 Henry. ^^ 
Bolen Edward, mach car works, bds 45 ^ 

Henry. |^ 

Bolen George "W, lab Sarven wheel works, l^ 

res 241 S Tennessee. f l ( 

Bolen Margaret, trimmer, bds 45 Henry. 
Bolen Michael, lab, res 45 Henry. 
Bolen Michael jr, lab, bds 45 Henry. i-g 

Bolen Wm N, printer, res 165 N Alabama. t?d 
Boleng Peter, lab, res North Indpls. f* 

Boles, see also Boivles. ^ t?d 

Boles Franklin, lab, res n w Crown Hill P* "TJ 

Cemetery (N I). g ffi 

••■■Bolen Mrs Susan, res 94 Elm. H O 

Bolin, see also Bohlen, Bolan and Bolen. CQ '2^ 

Bolin George, lab, res 505 S West. ^ 3 

Bolin Roger M, grocer 296 S West, res 273 <1 ^ 

same. H S 

Bolin Rolin H, painter car works, res 349^ ^ 

S Meridian. H 

Bolin Sidney J, elk R M Bolin, bds 273 S -^ 

West. 
*Bollen Jacob, lab, res North Indpls. 
Boiler George, painter Peter Boiler, bds /^^ 

282 N Pine. M J 

Boiler Kate, bds 159 Bellefontaine. i^i. 

Boiler Peter, painter 282 N Pine, res same. j\ J 
Bollinger Henry M, engineer, C I St L & L.^^ 

C Ry, res 92 Harrison. 
Bollinger Sarah M, bds 92 Harrison. ^^^ 

Bolser Andrew, cooper A Minter, res 276^^5 

Blackford. gjj 

Bolte. see also Beldt, Boeldl and Boldt. (CA 

Bolte Henry, lab W St L & P Ry, res 61^^ 

Cincinnati. 
Bolte Henry F W, sawmkr, bds 61 Cincin-O^ 

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To Real Estate in Marion County, Ind. 
12 and 15 Thorpe Block. 

Bolte Mary, domestic 324 N Noble. 

Bolton J P, switchtender Belt K R, bds 
Exchange Hotel (W I). 

Bolz, see Boldt. 

Bombai Emmie, domestic 644 E Wash- 
ington. 

Bombarger David E, bds 341 N California. 

Bombarger Jacob E, res 46 Camp. 

Bome Levi, real estate, res 296 S Illinois. 

Bonanza Block, 249 W Washington. 

Bonburg Clemant, foreman Haugh, Ketch- 
am & Co, res 71 Elizabeth. 

Bond Edward E, teamster, res 176 E Mar- 
ket. 
. Bond Mollie E, teacher public school No 9, 

bds 456 E North. 
(Bond Pleasant, genl agt Penn Mut Life 
Ins Co 24 Vance block, res 446 Park ave. 

Bond Mrs S, attendant Insane Hospital. 

Bond Wm, lab, bds 176 E Market. 

Bondey Edward, fireman Vandalia Line, 
rms 209 W South. 

*Bonds Sanford, barber 37 Kentucky ave, 
rms same. 

Bone, see also Bohen, Bohn and Bowen. 

Bone Belle, teacher Indpls Institute for 
Young Ladies, bds 123 Christian ave. 

Bone George W (Bone & Co), res 477 Lex- 
ington a^e. 

Bone Henry, hall man Grand Hotel. 

Bone James C, painter 80 E Market, res 
333 S Alabama. 

Bone James M, trav agt Piano Mnfg Co, 
res 194 N California. 

Bone Jesse D, insurance agt, bds 194 N 
California. 

Bone Lena (wid Wm), res 322| Indiana 
ave. 

Bone Lola, bds 194 N California. 

Bone Scott C, city editor The Sentinel, rms 
275 N Delaware. 

Bone Wm M, trav agt McKee & Bran- 
ham, res 123 Christian ave. 

Bone W J Floyd, elk, res 123 Christian ave. 

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Bone & Co (George W Bone), commission 

72 Virginia ave. 
Bonesteel Wm C, barber J L Inglis,res 268 
S East. 

'^•'Boniface .John, lab, res w s Baltimore ave 
nr Jennison. 

Bonke .see BunL-e. 

Bonn J Peter, elk When Clothing Store, 
res 427 Central ave. 

Bonnell Kate (wid Alexander V), res 216 
Huron. 

Bonnell Margaret, helper W G Sherman, 
res 106^ N Meridian. 

Bonner A^nn B (wid David), bds 64 Smith. 

Bonner Charles packer Hollweg & Reese, 
res 488 S New Jersey. 

Bonner Martin, car driver. 

Bonner W Dumont, car driver, res 64 
Smith. 

Bonnett Jacob, saloon 32 Malott ave, res- 
same. 

Bonneville Edward E, cashr Denison 
House. 

Bonnstadt Charles J, mail agt, bds 142 S 
East, res Lafayette, Ind. 

Bonouski Felix, butcher R Boettcher, res 
174 E Washington. 

*Bons Lucy, domestic 410 N Tennessee. 

*Bons Nannie, laundress, res 173 E Court. 

Bonsack John R, carp, res 98 Greenwood. 

Bonta, see also Bunte. 

Bonta Charles, lab, res 92 Kansas. 

Bonzheim John stonecutter, res 79 N 
Pine. 

Bonzheim Mary, domestic 517 N Ala- 
bama. 

*Boocker Edward (Mason & Boocker), rms- 
321 W North. 

*Booker George W, lab J R Budd & Co, 
rms Palmer block. 

*Booker Jordan P, junk, res 60 Rhode Isl- 
and. 

Bookwalter Sarah A (wid John), bds 222 
N Tennessee. 

Booman Wm, res 233 Fayette. 

Boon Elizabeth (wid Alonzo N) res 11 Ce- 
dar. 

Boon Frank, rms 213 E Ohio. 

Boone Delia, bds 333 S Penn. 

Boor Frank M, second hand goods 198 
Mas ave, res same. 

Boone Frank P, engineer, res 336 N Lib- 
erty. 

Boone Howard, stove repairer, res 146 S 
Noble. 

Boone James A, carp P C & St L Ry, res 
333 S Penn. 

Boone Ralsemore M, supt Work House, 
res same. 

Boone Susan M (wid Frank M), res 198 
Mass ave. 

Boorman Henry, flagman, res 122 S Noble. 

Booth A & Sons, RE Bogert rangr, oysters 
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Eooth Benjamin, accountant 73 Vance 
block, res same. 

Booth Edgar, lab, res 153 N Liberty. 

Booth Edwin, mach, bds 64 N East. 

Booth Erastns L (Eureka Broom Holder 
Co), res 132 W 1st. 

Booth Kev George, pastor 6th Presbyterian 
church, bds 341 S Meridian. 

Booth John, cabinetmkr, rms 218 E 
Market. 

Booth John, mach, res 328 Lincoln ave. 

Booth John jr, Mutual Furniture Co, res 
328 Lincoln ave. 

Booth John L (Eureka Broom Holder Co), 
res 322 W 1st. 

Booth John L (Fleener & Booth), res 132 
Wist. 

Booth John W, carp Shover & Christian, 
bds 218 E Market. 

Booth Kichard, mach Am Paper Pulley Co, 
res 328 Lincoln ave. 

Booth Wm F, lab, res 153 N Liberty. 

Bopp Christian, music teacher, res 120 In- 
diana ave. 

Bopp Lena, teacher German public schools 
Nos 17 and 11, bds 120 Indiana ave. 

Borchardt Albert, propr Mueller Hotel 213 
S Alabama. 

Borchardt Louis, lab, bds Mueller hotel. 

Borcher Charles C, lab, bds Wagner hotel. 

Borchers Charles, tel opr, bds 346 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Borchers G Herman F, carp, res 346 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Borchers Lizzie, attendant Insane Hospital. 

Borchers Mary, attendant Insans Hospital. 

Borchers Mary L (wid Frederick L), bds 

350 N Mississippi. 

Borchert, see also Birchard Band oerchert. 

Borchert August, Meat Market 579 Madi- 
son ave, res same. 

Borchert Frederick C, tinner, res 627 N 
Mississippi. 

Borchert Harry F, cutter Indpls Glue Co, 
bds 627 N Mississippi. 

Borchert Minnie, domestic Francis Smith. 

Bordenkecher Katie (Bordenkecher & 
King), bds 180 E Washington. 

Bordeukeclier & King: (Katie 
Bordenkecher, John W King) Proprs 
Tony Laundry 187 E Washington. {See 
adv. ) 

Bordenkercher Andrew, finisher Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co, res 236 N Pine. 

Bordenkercher George B, stainer Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co, bds 236 N Pine. 

Borel Louis, boilermkr Kingan & Co, res 

351 N Mississippi. 
Borger, see also Berger. 

Borger John W, teamster, res 191 Orange. 
Borgerding Frank, shoemkr 425 N Illinois, 

res same. 
Borgert. see also BurckhardI, Bitrghardt and 

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Borgert Anna 
Meridian. 

Borgert Edward, upholsterer, bds 619 S 
Meridian. 

Borgert Minnie, domestic 306 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Borgert Wm, tailor, bds 619 S Meridian. 

Borgman, see also Bergman and Burgman. 

Borgman Henry, carp P C & St L Ky. 

Boring Edward E, plasterer, res 260 Indi- 
ana ave. 

Boring Epbriam, plasterer, res 345 N 
West. 

Borinstein A, Dealer in Rags, Paper 
Stock, Old Metals, Rubber, Scrap Iron 
Etc 57 59 E Maryland, res 314 S Illi- 
nois. 

Borinstein Joseph, with A Borinstein, res 
314 S Illinois. 

Borman Charles E, elk Byram, Cornelius 
& Co, bds 252 Union. | 

Borman Edward J, trav agt, res w s Al-, 
vord 3 n of 8th. | 

Borman Ernest, driver Byram, Cornelius, 
& Co, res 252 Union. i 

Borman Henry, lab Christian H Warweg,! 
bds w s Watts 2 s of ClifTord ave. i 

Borman Wm E, elk A E Naatz, bds 252; 
Union. ' 

Borman Wm F, baggage master LTnion De 
pot, res 110 W Ray. 

'Qorn, see also Bourne. ^ m 

Born Fritz, cook Deaf and Dumb Institute," n 
bds same. . ?S 

Born George, lab, bds 55 Willow. '^ ^ 

Born Joseph, mach Am Paper Pulley Co,^ ^ 
res 54 Lewis. ^ B 

Born Joseph, sawyer H Herrmann, res 55j^ o g 
Willow. Q 2s 

Born Valentine (Born & Co), res 121 W 7th. 3 og- 

Born & Co (Valentine Born), Furni-*"' ^^ 
ture, Carpets, Stoves, 97 E Washington, jf ^S. 

Bornkamp Christian, lab E C Andrews & -f ;2,7 
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^^^Bornkamp Win, soapmkr E G Andrews & 
^^% Co, res 69 Chadwick. 
%^^Bornkamp Wm F B, jointer Standard Oil 

Co, bds 69 Chadwick. 
,^^J Bonis John, cooper A Minter, res 251 S 
^may West. 

Borns Patrick, cooper A Minter, bds 251 S 
West. 

^3J2 Boroughs, see Bmris and Burroughs. 
— wi|pBorst C^eorge F (Borst & Hahn), 
j^ ijr Druggist 440 S Meridian, bds 76 Kansas ; 
% iJ Telephone 640. 

i Borst J Frederick, vice pres Indpls Fertil- 
^^"^ izer Co, res 76 Kansas. 
»^w Borst & Hahn (George F Borst, 
52~ Charles C Hahn), Drugs, Stationery and 
*||'™"» Notions n e cor Morris and Hadley ave 
_J (WI.) 

"gga^ Bortline John, lab Wm F Piel & Co, res 68 
22| Hadley ave ( W I). 
V^3f Borton Luther W, trav agt C H Cannon, 

bds Spencer House. 

iBoruff Ella, domestic 421 E Georgia. 
JBOS Jacob, Propr Mozart Hall and 

Saloon 37 and 39 S Delaware, res same. 
Bosart Hugh A, trav agt G W Stout, res 
I 288 N Tennessee. 
I Bosart Timothy L, trav agt G W Stout, res 

National road 2 m east. 
'Bosdorfsr George H, driver Stout & Ban- 
1 nister, res 180 E Washington. 
[Bosdorfer George W, grocer 326 Olive, res 

same. 
I Bose, see also Boese. 
jBose Henry A, lab, bds 117 Greer. 
;Bose Wm H, lab, bds 117 Greer. 
Bosey Sarah M, domestic 304 N Meridian. 
'Bosley Jaco"b, lab, res Mapleton (N I). 
,Boss Adolph, barber 239 Fletcher ave, res 
I 270 same. 

I Boss Albert J, lab C A Gauss, bds 67 Russell. 
Boss Elizabeth (wid John), bds 190 Elm. 
.Boss John A, barber 604 Virginia ave, res 

190 Elm. 
' Bosse Mary, domestic 94 N Mississippi. 

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Conrad, bartender W E Lee & Co, 

res 157 E Washington. 
Bossert John, res 105 Dunlop, 
Bossert Wm, sewer inspector, ret. 371 E 

Michigan. 
Bossom Alice, nurse, bds 29 Hall Place. 
Boston Wm, lawyer 21 S Penn, res 982 N 

Meridian. 
Bostick Jesse, canvasserb Snyder & Co, res 

762 E Washington. 
Boston Block, 345 N Delaware. 
Boston Charles H, student, bds Emmett 

Hotel. 
Boston Emmor, sawyer M & C Union, bds 

97 N New Jersey. 
Boswann John A, carp, res w s Shelby 2 s of 

Raymond. 
Bos well Frank W, fireman CI St L & C Ry, 

res 147 Huron. 
Boswell George G F, farmer, bds cor Park 

ave and Bruce. 
Boswell Ida, res 340 N Meridian. 
Boswell Joseph E, farmer, res n end Col- 
lege ave. 
Botkin John L, elk, res 125 Cypress. 
Botkin Seymour, elk, bds 125 Cypress. 
Botscheller Valentine, baker, bds 135 E 

Washington. 
Bott Conrad, upholsterer Spiegel, Thoms & 

Co, bds 271 N Davidson. 
Bott George, cabinetmkr Indpls Cabinet 

Co, bds 271 N Davidson. 
Bott Henry, cabinetmkr Indpls Cabinet 

Co. bds 271 N Davidson. 
Bottcher Frederick, meat market 808 E 

Washington, res same. 
Bottler Julius, foreman Lieber & Co, res 

559 Madison ave. 
Bottin Herman, lab, res 280 Bates. 
■••Bottoms Henry, janitor Court House, res 

224 Missouri. 
Bottorff John L, mach C St L & P Ry, bds 

42 N New Jersey. 
Boucheim John, stone cutter State House, 

res 79 N Pine, 
Boucke Robert, cabinetmkr Indpls Chair 

Co. 
Bouer, see also Bauer, Baur and Bower. 
Bouer Mary, domestic 766 N Alabama. 
Bouers, see Bauer and Boivers. 
Bounds Hugh L. res Irvington. 
Bonrgonne, see also Burgonne. 
Bourgonne Albert N F, ofiice boy J H 

Smith, res 466 Locust. 
Bourgonne Stephen, cigarmkr A H Frank, 

res 466 Locust. 
Bourke, see also Berg, Berk, Birk and Burk. 
BourkeMary S (wid James D), res 79 W 6th. 
Bourne, see also Born. 

Bourne Wm, painter, bds 726 N Tennessee. 
Bouslog Nathaniel T, yard fireman C St L 

&PRy,bds 154 Meek, 
lioutwell George, night mngr St R R, res 

203 S Pine. 



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Bouty Adrieii, tinner J H Bouvy, res 57 
English ave. 

Bouvy Julius H, tinner 450 Virginia ave, 
res 328 Coburn. 

Bovey Tennie, elk Charles Mayer & Co, 
bds 175 E South. 

Bowe James A, bookkpr E Hart, res 333 
S Alabama. 

Bowe James C, painter, res 333 S Alabama. 

Bowe VVm VV, elk, bds 333 S Alal)ama. 

Bowen, see aim Buhen, BoIdi and Bone. 

Bowen Albert, painter, bds 407 N Ala- 
bama. 

Bowen Albert C, engineer James Gilden, 
bds 128 Bates. 

Bowen Ali>ert D (Bowen & Overstreet), res 
42 N Illinois. 

Bowen Arthur W, molder Pioneer Brass 
works, bds 128 Bates. 

Bowen Cornelius, mach Pioneer Brass 
works, res 128 Bates. 

Bowen Curtis J, engineer T Madden, res 74 
Spruce. 

Bowen Ellen (wid Patrick), res s s Arizona 
1 w Meridian, 

Bowen Kzra, watchman Dime Museum, res 
3d. 

Bowen E C, lab Jenney Electric Co. 

Bowen Frank, painter O T Bowen, bds 
same. 

Bowen Ira, carp, bds 249 W 3d. 

Bowen Jane (wid Seely), res 249 W 3d. 

Bowen John, res 512 N West. 

Bowen John C F, boxmkr Frederick Dietz, 
res 238 Chestnut. 

Bowen Katie, attendant Insane Hospital 

Bo'weti-llerrill Co Tiie, Silas 
T Bow.-n Pres, Charles D M.igs Jr 
S'-c'y, \Vm H. Elvin Treas, Samuel Mer- 
rill Siipt, Wholesale and Retail Book- 
sellers, Stationers and Papt^r Dealers 16 
and 18 W Washington. {See front cover.) 

Bowen Oliver T, painter 169 W5th,re'^ same. 

Bowen Sherman W, rms 157 N Tennessee. 

Bowen Silas T, pres Indianapolis Board of 
Trade and The Bowen Merril Co, res 44 
W North. 

Bowen Thomas, tailor, rms 48 Hubbard 
block 

Bowen Wm, rmsl2Braden block. 

Bowen Win H, painter O T Bowen, bds 
726 N Tennessee. 

Bowe I & Overstreet (Albert D Bowen, Jo- 
seph R Overstreet), gents' furnishing 
gooiis 42 N Illinois. 
Bowens Adrian, drugs 501 "W Washing- 
ton, res same. 
*Bowens George, lab, res 41 Ellen. 
Bower, .see a/so Bauer, Buur and Bouer. 
Bower Cleveland C, tel opr Grand Hotel, 

res 134 W Maryland. 
Bower Frank, lab Indpls Chair Co. 
Bower George, upholsterer E G Wheeler, 
res 423 Wisoonsin. 



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91 N. Pennsylvania St. Denison Hotel Blocii. ^ 

Bower John, baker F Hetz, bds 75 E Ohio.^^^ 
Bower Matilda L (wid E J), res 5 Vine. [ 
Bowers Albert, elk E B Bryant, bds St^^^ 

Charles hotel. ^ 

Bowers Bruce O, barber N Wormser, bda/"""^ 

17 Virginia ave. , , 

Bowers Clara I, shirtmkr, bds 95 Yandes.'"'! ' 
Bowers Eli, res 296 W Washington. )» — ^ ■■■ ( 
Bowers Emma A (wid Isaac), bds 683 N ).l h i{ 

Delaware. ) A 

Bowers Etholinda J (wid John F), res 85 ^j"*^ 

Lord. \mMr^ 

Bowers Frank, elk rms, res 394 College ave. \^J^ \ 
Bowers Frederick W, driver W W Bar- 

nura, res 15 Willow. 
Bowers George, watchman Elevator B, res' 

Beacon (W I). 
Bowers G, brickmkr, bds 66 English ave. „, 

Bowers Harry brakeman I & V K R, res (^ j 

418 E Maryland. .^""^^ 

Bowers Jesse H, tel opr C St L & P Ry, bds'-jrn 

85 Lord. f^^^ 

Bowers Jonas H, lab, bds 85 Lord. ^ i ji i ^ 

*Bowers Joseph, lab, bds rear 276 W Niw^^^*^ 

York. ^ ^^ 

Bowers J M, trav agt Messick, Cones & Co \^ J. 

res Louisville, Ky. 
Bowers Levi, blksmith, rms rear 117 W/*'"""^ 

Washington. ^ -^ 

Bowers Levi (Bowers & Bro), res 402 N/*"*N 

West. ^^-^^ 

Bowers Margaret, domestic 71 W Michigan. " 
Bowers Mary (wid John), res 95 Yandes. j^ 

Bowers Mary C, lab I Sagalowsky, res 551 ^ 

N Mississippi. p 

Bowers Maud, domestic 200 N Delaware. ^ pj 
Bowers Minerva, dressmkr, bds 192 Doug- f^ S* 

lass. ^ O 

Bowers Nathan (Bowers & Bro), bds 402 N ^ g" 

West. g ^ 

Bowers Olive A, shirtmkr, bds 95 Yandes. ^ % 
Bowers Vina, domestic 238 N West. C CD 

Bowers & Bro (Levi and Nathan), horse ^ O 

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^ ffi Bowgown Martin, lab Kingan & Co, bds 14 
f^ ^ Yf Pearl. 

^ r-i Bowlby Ahner P, canvasser, bds 212 N Cal- 
Lj ifornia. 

rn Bowlby John H conductor I B & W R Ky, 
^ res 263 S Penn. 

»— , — 'Bowler Michael, brakeman I B & W Ey, 
bds 19 Meek. 

CTS Bowler Wm H, switch tender C St L & P 

JS; Ry, res 19 Meek. 

^gg"g Bowles, see also Boles. 
■ ■^m '-'- Bowles Birt, cook, res 34 Camp. 
■C3' Bowles Fannie, domestic 32 S Arsenal ave. 

ggy Bowles George, bds 423 N California. 
m^^Bowles George W, molder Indpls Stove 

Co. res 78 Fletcher ave. 
* ^^" Bowles John W, lawyer, rms 115 N Illi- 

Cd nois. 

^Bowles Joseph M, chief elk Central Traffic 

^^^ Ass'n Indpls Com of East Bound Traffic 

54 and 55 Vance block, bds 493 N Me- 
ridian. 
Bowles Kate M (wid Thomas H), res 493 

^^^ N Meridian 

5^Bowlman John H, baggage master I B & 

y^ W Ry, res 263 S Penn. 

^^S Bowman, see also Baunian and Baughman. 

C^SBowman Albert, mach Bee Line, res 37 

^—i Columbia ave. 

SSBowman Albert L, trav agt Hansom-Van 

^/^ Camp Co, res New Castle, Ind. 

^^■■Bowman Archibald, coachman 626 N 
^_im Penn. 

Bowman Bernard L, candymkr Theo 

<»*-' Moench & Bro, bds 272 W Maryland. 

gm i^ Bowman Byron, candymkr, bds 272 W 

^1^ Maryland. 
^^^* Bowman Charles, coachman 795 N Penn. 
jg^^Bowman Edward E, mach, bds 109 Dorman. 
■yjBowman Eliza (wid Wm), res 116 Patter- 
^^^ son. 

Q^Bowman E C, mach C St L & P Ry. 

^^^Bowman Frederieck W, elk Wm M Clark, 
a^H res 18 Sharp. 

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Bowman Frederick W, butcher, res 41 
Rock wood. 

Bowman George W, city agt G R Wysong 
& Co, res 155 Fletcher ave . 

Bowman Henrv, flagman Union Railway, 
res 122 S Noble. 

Bowman Ida M, music teacher, bds 18 
Sharp. 

Bowman Jacob, commission, res 184 Bright. 

Bowman James H, lab, res Udell (N I). 

Bowman Jeremiah, lab H L Hewitt, res 
Udejl (N I). 

Bowman John, brakeman J M «& I R R, res 
473 E Georgia. 

•'•"Bowman John, lab car works, res rear 514 
S West, 

Bowman Levi, sawyer C H Gillett & Co, 
res 4 Arthur. 

Bowman Mary, domestic 515 N Penn. 

Bowman Mattie, waiter R M Foster, res 66 
S West. 

Bowman Nathan, pedler, res451 S Tennes- 
see. 

Bowman Owen M, commission, bds 184 
Bright. 

Bowman Robert, teamster Udell works, res 
Wells (N I). ■ 

Bowman Mrs Sarah, res 31 W South. 

Bowman Thomas A, bds 167 S East. 

Bowman Wm B, trav agt Messick, Cones i*fc 
Co, bds Pyle House. 

Bowman Wm F, butcher J T Power, res 41 
Eockwood. 

Bowman Wm H (Gilbreath &. Bowman), 
res 120 Christian ave. 

Bowman Wm H, painter, res Michigan 
road (N I). 

■Bowman Wm H, pedler, res 145 Dor- 
man. 

■•Bowman W^m O, bds 145 Dorman. 

Bowman Wm S, butter and eggs E Mar- 
ket, res 66 N Noble. 

Bown, see Bowen. 

Bowser Carrie, elk G Varin, res 172 E 
Morris. 

Bowser Harry, bds 67 Woodlawn ave. 

Bowser .Tacob, engineer, res 172 E Morris. 

Bowser Levi C (Bowser tfe Hawkey), res 67 
W^oodlawn ave. 

Bowser Minnie, elk G Varin, res 172 E 
Morris. 

Bowser Sarah, bds 239 S Alabama. 

Bowser & Hawkey (Levi V Bowser, Stan- 
ton W Hawkey), grocers 238 Fletcher 
ave. 

Bowyer W m T, bkkpr Singer Mnfg Co, res 
533 E 7 th. 

Boyce, see also Boice. 

Boyce James M, huckster, res 174 Dough- 
erty. 

*Boyce Robert D, engineer Ingalls block, 
res 33 Hosbrook. 

Boyd Albert H, storekeeper C I St L & ( ' 
Rv, bds 198 Bates, 



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Boyd Alonzo, elk B Stokely, res S4 W 9th. 
*Boyd Augustus, lab Gilbreath A' Bowman, 

res 251 Indiana ave. 
Boyd Bertie, elk, bds 84 W 9th. 
Boyd Charles, lab, bds 2(55 W Washington, 
Boyd David >!, res '2:V.] N Alabama. 
Boyd Emma F, bkkpr F H Jennings, res 

144 Blaekford. 
Bovd Franeis, elk Kingun vt Co, res 144 

Blaekford. 
*Boyd Gabriel, farmer, res Irvington. 
Boyd Harry R, lawyer 18.V N Penn, rms 

221 N Illinois. 
Boyd Henry, painter, bds 174 Yandes. 
Boyd James M, engineer C I St L & C Ry, 

res 198 Bates. 
Boyd James T, physician 24 EOhio, res 67 

Central ave. 
Boyd Jasper N, elk Am Ex Co, bds Pyle 

House. 
Bo\d Laura, med student, bds Hotel En- 
glish. 
Boyd Lawson A, train dispatcher I D & S 

Ry, res 386 Broadway. 
Boyd Lerov, molder Indpls Mall Iron 

Co, bds J Iroff, Haughville. 
Boyd Louis O, baker Parrott & Taggart, 

res 66 Russell ave. 
Boyd Maggie, elk, bds 144 Blackford. 
Boyd Mary, teacher, bds 144 Blackford. 
Boyd Mary, dressmkr A J Spratt, bds 30 

Hoyt ave. 
Boyd Richard L (Wilson & Boyd), res 684 

N Delaware. 
Boyd Richard M, carp, rms 7 Riley block. 
Boyd Robert H, Irav agt, bds 67 Central ave. 
Boyd Thomas, brakeman C C C & I Ry, 

bds 144 Madison ave. 
Boyd Thomas M, bkkpr Theo Pfafflin & Co, 

bds 26 Christian ave. 
Boyd Wm, mach, bds 72 W South. 
Bovd Wm H,clk Carbolic Smoke Ball Co, 

res 84 W 9th. 
Boyd Wm L, mach Hadley, Wright & Co, 

bds 72 W South. 
Boyd Wm M (.Jones & Boyd), res 343 N 

Liberty. 
'Boyd Wm R, farmer, res Irvington. 
Boydel Benjamin, lab Insane Hospital. 
Boyden David E, elk W W Barnum, res 

320 N Pine. 
Boyden Emma J, nurse 84 College ave, res 

103 N Mississippi. 
Boyden James L, cashr G L W Mack, bds 

126 W Michigan. 
Boyden Lester, book agt, res 215 N Mis- 
sissippi. 
Boyden Orville P, carp, res 479 N Califor- 
nia. 
Boyden Philo H, carp W W Barnum, res 

265 Davidson. 
Boyden Ransom D,wagonmkr, res 38 Drake. 
Boyden W Horace, wrapper Model Cloth- 
ing Co, bds 126 W Michigan. 



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Boyer Alice S, teacher public school No 9, 

bds 187 Davidson. 
Boyer Byron J, carp, res 50 Lockerbie. 
Boyer Charles, elk J A Given, bds 484 W 

New York. 
Boyer Frederick, res 493 S New Jersey. 
Boyer Isaac H, asst baggage agt Vandalia 

Line, res 187 Davidson. 
Boyer .James A, elk U S Pension Agency, 

res 854 N New Jersey. 
Boyer Martha J (wid Jacob), bds 474 

Bellefontaine. 
Boyer Richard A, cigar boxmkr^Brinker 

& Habeney, bds 302 E Georgia. 
*Boyer Samuel A, lab Indpls Glue Co, bds 

130 Columbia. 
Boyer Thomas B, eigarmkr, res 302 E 

Georgia. 
Boyer Thomas B jr, press feeder Hassel- 

man-Journal Co, bds 302 E Georgia. 
*Boyer Tymous, lab J Coleman, res w s 

Maxwell 1 n of Indiana ave. 
Boyke Henry, lab C St L .t P Ry, res w s 

William 2 u of JefTerson ave. 
Boylan John P, policeman, res 392 S Ten- 
nessee. 
Boylan Michael, mach Sarven wheelwks, 

res 392 S Tennessee. 
Boylan Patrick, res 392 S Tennessee. 
Boylan Thomas, mach, bds 392 S Tennes- 
see. 
Boyle, see also O'Boi/le. 

Boyle Bernard, policeman Insane Hospital, 
Boyle Catherine (wid Frank) res 314 E 

Georgia. 
Boyle Charles f>, printer Sentinel, res 13 

Hosbrook. 
Boyle Elisha E, baggagem aster, bds 133 

Michigan ave. 
Boyle Frank S, feeder Sentinel, bds 314 E 

Georgia. 
Boyle George S, printer, bds 314 E Geor- 
gia. 
Boyle Henry T, trav agt, rms 31 i Virginia 

ave. 

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<J -^o Boyle Jacob, carp, res 133 Michigan ave. 

5 iSo Boyle James, mach I B & W Ey, bds 774 
2 ^S W Washington (W I). 

6 S Boyle Jessie A, binder The Morning Star 
S ^, Publishing Co, bds 314 E Georgia. 

"^ Boyle John, physician, rms 293 N Dela- 
' ware. 

^O. Boyle John M, molder Nordyke & Mar- 
^ '^ mon Co, res 295 Kentucky ave. 
^V1 Boyle Joseph P, rms 3U Virginia ave. 
P*q Boyle Josiah M O, elk I B & W Ky, res 69 
p^ W New York. 

PI1» Boyle Sallie C, binder The Morning Star 
L,,^^ Publishing Co, bds 314 E Georgia. 
, ^^ Boyle Wm H, car driver, rms 116i W New 
^<^ York. 

I ^^ Boyles Frances K (wid Michael W), res 
)r^ 31 W St Joseph. 

Boyles Michael W, real estate 92 E 
t^ Market, bds Circle House. 
^^ Boynton Charles S, physician 179 N Ala- 
p^ bama, res same. 

E^ Bozell Charles H, checkman J M & I E E, 
p/ res 337 S New Jersey. 
^— j Bozell Joseph, grain dealer 3 Condit block, 
f»y^ res 337 S New Jersey. 
_?■■< Bozell Joseph W, newspaper, bds 337 S 
I -y New Jersey. 

LJLJ Bozell Walter V, trav agt Udell Wooden 
f 1 Ware Works, bds 337 S New Jersey. 
Braan James, lab, res 318 S Illinois. 
O Bracken Albert N, watchman Deaf and 
p>^ Dumb Institute. 
HH Bracken Allen, lab, res 108 Yandes. 
f*^ Bracken Drew, bookbinder A E Baker, 

_^ rms 15 Vinton block. 
GO, Brackin Thomas E, mess Am Ex Co, res 
101 Linden. 
Brackin Wm A, ruler W B Burford, rms 

15 Vinton block. 
Brackmeier, see a^so Brakmier. 
Brackmeier George O, baker J Miessen,res 
39 Greer. 



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North Pennsylvania Street. 



Bradbury Daniel M, lawyer 29^ N Penn, 

res 308 Home ave. 
Braddock Newton, mach Atkins saw works, 

res 239 N California. 
Brade Otto F, upholsterer Spiegel, Thoms 

& Co, res 107 Spann ave. 
Brademeier, see also Bredymire. 
Brademeier Ann C (wid Frederick), res 67 

Archer. 
Braden Block, 259^ W Washington. 

Braden David, trav agt W B Burford, res 
978 N Tennessee. 

Braden Eben D, furniture mnfr 51 W 7th, 
res s w cor 13th and Park ave. 

Braden Eobert B, crockery 244 E Wash- 
ington and 80 Mass ave, res 29 Vine. 

Braden & Co (Frederick E Judson, 
Henry C Sickels), Flour and Feed 1 
Mass ave. 

Bradford Algernon, res 422 Blake. 

Bradford Cora L, teacher, bds 422 Blake. 

Bradford C, Solicitor of American 
and Foreign Patents 16 and 18 Hubbard 
Block, bds Bates House; Telephone 168 
and 42 La Droit Bldg, Washington, D 
C. {See top cor cards and opp Futertt So- 
licitors.) 

Bradford Ernest "W, in Charge of 
C Bradford's Washington, D C Office. 

Bradford Frank H, lab, res 108 Yeiser. 

Bradford Margaret (wid John Q A), bds 105 
Minerva. 

Bradford Mary (wid Chandler), res 422 
Blake. 

Bradford Myrta A, bds 422 Blake. 

Bradford Otto M, lab Ewart Mnfg Co, bds 
422 Blake. 

••■'Bradford Sidney, lab, res 230 W 5th. 

*Bradford Susie, milliner, bds 246 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Bradford T, mach Sarven wheelwks. 

Bradford Wm, milk depot 184 Indinna ave. 

Bradhaft Louis, hackman,res 89 Wilson. 

*Bradley Abram, lab, res w s S Meridian 
nr cemetery. 

*Bradley Alfred, lab, res Wiley addftion 
s of city limits. 

■'Bradley Anthony, fireman, bds 40 W 1st. 

Bradley Austin F, with new Independent 
Ice Co, res 951 N Delaware. 

Bradley A, lab Belt E E. 

*Bradley Charles, lab, bds 647 E 7th. 

Bradley David Iflnfg: Co, David 
Bradley Pres, .J H Bradley Secy and 
Treas, B C Bradley Supt, W B Hoi ton 
Mngr Indpls Branch, Agrioultuial Im- 
plements, 177 to 183 E Washington. _ 

Bradley Eev Edward A, rector Christ's 
Episcopal Church, res 876 N Tennessee. 

Bradley Giles S, rental agt 26 N Delaware, 
res 23 Woodlawn ave. 

Bradley James L, res 496 N Tennessee. 

Bradley James W, trav agt, res 92 English 
ave. 



HAMMOND 

T YI»E- WRITER . 



BUSIXHSS UXIVERSIXV, Agrent, 

Office, ?-[ When riock, Opposite Post Office. 
PERFECT ALIGNMENT, CHANGEABLE TYPE. See page 10 



ZENER, FRIEDLEY & CO. I """'»■'«'' ^s^'^^y- 

31 and :;3 North PeniKsylvania Street. * J We Adjust our own 



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171 



Bradley Jeptha W, watchman Chandler & 

Taylor, res 205 Douglass. 
Bradley J Harley, sec'y and treas David 

Bradley Mnfg Co, res Chicago, 111. 



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Sammone d riDueller, C-^ 



Ilnupt Officx'. 



Zweig, 



Yard, 



Virginia Ave. 15:. W. Wash. 149 .S. Alabama. 



E. W. BRADFORD, 

Wm'iiinglon. 



C. BRADFORD, 

Indianapolis. 




SOLICITOR OF PATENTS. 



EXPERT AND COUNSEL. 



Telephone No. 168. 



42 LeDroit Building, 

Opposite U. S. Patent; Office, 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



16 & 18 Hubbard Block, 

Cor. Washington and Meridian Sts,, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



u^i^ay, "'iiier J, oas oio IN Fenn. 

±5radshaw Wm A, grocer Brightwood, res 
same. 

Bradshaw Wm A, real estate room G-16 N 
Penn, res 461 N East. 

Bradshaw Wm S, elk N Y store, bds En- 
terprise Hotel. 

Bradstreet Company The, 

Improved Commercial Agency, Henry 

Eitel Supt, n w cor Washington and 

Meridian ; Telephone 305. 
Bradway Archibald L, car driver, res 228 

-Cilizabeth. 
?^5'^^^ Louisa, domestic Farmers Hotel. 

i«1r^"o?.^^'' ^ (Bradwell & Pott), res 

183 E Ohio. 



lirady Peter H, stone cutter, res 89 Deloss 

Brady Richard, blksmith Atlas works, res 
7 Newman. 

Brady Ruth J, milliner L S Ayres & Co. 
bds 140 Madison ave. 

Brady Thomas, brickmason, res 45 May- 
hew. ■' 



Established 1869. 

GENERAL PASSENGER AGENCY 

GRUBB, PAXTON & CO., 
31 Circle Street. 

General Agents and Brokers for Passenger Traffic 
TrJ^L''!''^^ Railway, Steamboat and other 
iransportation Lines 111 all mrts of the globe. 



Perftcto^'SacIeSl B^TrMeVs^^ }I7 



S. Meridian 
Street. 



o 



TUTEWIIER! 



66 N. Pennsylvania St. 

H. W. TuTEWiLEB, Manager. 
TelephoneAU. Open day and night. 



iUNDERTAKER 



BOY 



170 



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Solicitor of American and Foreign 

I»ATE NTS 



Bradbury Daniel M, lawyer 29^ N Penn, 

res 308 Home ave. 
Braddock Newton, mach Atkins saw works^ 

res 239 N California. 
Brade Otto F, upholsterer Spiegel, Thorns 

& Co, res 107 Spann ave. 



Oh 

(In 



jji ai^KUieiei , sua uisu 

Brackmeier George O, baker J Miessen, res 

39 Greer. 
Brackmeier Gustav W, baker Bridget Stef- 

fen, rp« 374 Vi'-giTiiT nvp. 

^ElIEHYEnnY^ 

Tlieir Friends and Neighbors trade at the 

Xortli Pennsylvania g»tree< - 



Bradley A, lab Belt R R. 

«Bradley Charles, lab, bds fi47 E 7th. 

Bradley David BInfg: Co, David 
Bradley Pres, J H Braiilev Secv and 
Treas, B C Bradley Supt, W B Holton 
Mngr Indpls Branch, Agricultural Im- 
plements, 177 to 183 E Washington. 

Bradley Rev Edward A, rector Christ's 
Episcopal Church, res 87G N Tennessee. 

Bradley Giles S, rental agt 20 N Delaware, 
res 23 Wood I awn ave. 

Bradley James L, res 496 N Tennessee. 

Bradley James W, trav agt, res 92 English 



HAMMOND 

XYI>E-'WrRIXER. 



BUSIXBSS UBJIVKRSIXY, AsTcnt, 

Office, m When Plock, Opposite Tost Office. 
•ERFECT ALIGNMENT, CHANGEABLE TYPE. See page 10 



r BUS 

i PERFEC 



ZENER, FRIEDLEY & CO. I 

31 and ;U5 North Pennsylvania Street. J 



Insurance Agency. 

W« AdjoHt onr onn Losgea. 



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Bradley Jeptha W, watchman Chandler & 

Tajlor, res 205 Douglass. 
Bradley J Harley, see'y and treas David 

Bradley Mnfg Co, res Chicago, 111. 
Bradley Leland J, carp, res 324 Bellefon- 

taine. 
Bradley Matthias H, postal elk r m s, 

bds 119 N New Jersey. 
Bradley Melville E (Bradley »S: Swaiin), 

rms 66i N Peun. 
Bradley Michael J, bds 53 Buchanan. 
Bradley Minnie, seamstress, bds 205 Doug- 
lass. 
Bradley Robert L, elk W C Anderson, bds 

324 Bellefontaine. 
Bradley Walter J, tile layer, res 80 E New 

York. 
Bradley Wilhelmina D (wid Samuel), res 

56 Oriental. 
Bradley Wm, lab, res 53 Buchanan. 
Bradley Wm F, pressman Indiana News- 
paper Union, res 205 Douglass. 
Bradley & S-waim (Melville E 
Bradley, John B S\yaim), Proprietors 
Bryant's Business College 66i N Penn. 
(See advp22.) 
Bradmire Caroline, bds 41 Elm. 
Bradmire Charles, teamster, res 41 Elm. 
Bradmvre Christian, foreman Bee Line, res 

598 E St Clair. 
*Bradshaw George J, lab, bds 343 N Illinois. 
Bradshaw James M, capitalist 37o W Wash- 
ington, res 515 N Penn. 
*Bradshaw Jeremiah, lab, res 202 Eliza- 
beth. 
Bradshaw John A, stock trader, res 26 E 

Vermont. 
Bradshaw John W, res 839 N Illinois. 
Bradshaw Joseph, brakeman, bds 432 W 

Washington. 
Bradshaw Julia, bds 64 Talbott ave. 
Bradshaw Margaret (wid W^m A), bds 264 

N Tennessee. 
*Bradshaw Owen, driver Hunt & Pray, 

res 423 Lafayette. 
Bradshaw Theodore, helper Knight & 

Jillson. 
Bradshaw Walter J, bds 515 N Penn. 
Bradshaw Wm A, grocer Bright wood, res 

same. 
Bradshaw Wm A, real estate room 0-16 N 

Penn, res 461 N East. 
Bradshaw Wm S, elk N Y store, bds En- 
terprise Hotel. 
Bradstreet Company Xbe, 
Improved Commercial Agency, Henry 
Eitel Supt, n w cor Washington and 
Meridian ; Telephone 305. 
Bradway Archibald L, car driver, res 228 

Elizabeth. 
Bradway Louisa, domestic Farmers Hotel. 
Bradwell Isaac N (Bradwell & Pott), res 
183 E Ohio. 



Sammons d riDucller, 



Zweig, 
W. Wash. 



Yard, 
149 S. Alabama. 



Ilaupt Offite. 
7 Virginia Ave. 

Tclcplion 

DIE BESTEN KOHLEN 

ZU DEN NIEDIUGSTEN PREISEN 



Hrl 



Bradwell, Cy-< 



Bradwell & Pott (Isaac N 

Charles Pott), proprs Indpls Wire works 

29 Circle. 
Brady Anna C (wid John), res 179 W New 

York. 
Brady Charles J, mach Capital City Plan-L . 

ing mill, res 108 Dorinan. L-*- J 

Brady Charles L, mach Atlas wks. H""^ 

Brady Clark, horseman, bds 265 W Wash-[] 

ington. 
Brady Edward, teamster, res 15 Chadwick. 
Brady Elizabeth (wid Matthew), bds 45»-^v 

Mayhew. V^ -^ 

Brady George, engineer, res 246 S Missouri 
Bradv George W, mach hand Indpls Chair, — ■ — 

Mnfg Co, bds 179 W New York. _ 

Brady James J, met police, rms s w cor W 

Erie and Pearl. JlJ kS 

Brady Jeremiah, lab abatoir, bds 289 W 2^ W 

Morns. t^ <] 

Brady Johanna (wid John I, res 140 Madi- ^ "^ 

son ave. O CD 

Bradly John, trav agt, bds 472 N Ala- g «^ 

bama. ,, ^ 

Bradly John, lab, res 264 S Missouri. ^ ^ 

Bradly John, brickmason, res 21 May- qq g. 

hew. ' "^ 

Brady Joseph P, salesman Fahnley & Mc- CC 

Crea, bds 140 Madison ave. 
Brady Martin, soldier U S arsenal, res" " ' 

same. r^^ 

Brady Mary, domestic 290 S Meridian. ^ J 

Brady Mathew J, brick mason, bds 21 May- __ 

hew. LJ 

Brady Michael, butcher abattoir, res 15 n^ 

Chadwick. r*^ 

Brady Mrs Patrick H, res 232^ E Wash- f— ' 

ington. 
Brady Peter H, 
Brady Richard, 

7 Newman. 
Brady Ruth J, milliner L S Ayres & Co, 

bds 140 Madison ave. 
Brady Thomas, brickmason, res 45 May- 

hew. 

Established 1869. 
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENCY 

GRUBB, PAXTON & CO., 
31 Circle Street. 

General Agents and Brokers for Passenger Traffic 
for the chief Railway, Steamboat and other 
TranspnrtatidH Lines in all parts of the globe. 



itone cutter, res 89 Deloss. 
blksmith Atlas works, res 



PPi^TENT #1 f (3;:^Manufactured by=5::f::) 1 ^ WT 

erfection Spectacleoi Baldwin. Miner & co. j I f 



S. Meridian 
Street. 



12 



CLEMENS V0NNE6UTIGABINET HARDWARE 



184 and 186 East Washington Street. 



I Upholstery Goods! Pressed Wood Ornaments t 



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John L. y. Steeg. 



Will 1'. A. Lcrnhamer. 



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STEEG & BERNHAMER 

Compilers of Abstracts ^ 
Office, 12 and 15 Thobpe Block. 

Telephone 1048. 

Brady Peter, porter J L Keacli, bds 62 S 

Delaware. 
Brady Wm, elk, rms 48^ Virginia ave. 
Brady Wm F, painter, bds 79 Columbia. 
Brady Wm J, elk, bds 35 W Georgia. 
Braehm Otto, barber, res 753 N Mississippi. 
Braendlein Henry J, weaver George Mer- 

ritt & Co, res 376 Coburn. 
Braendlein Henry M, carver Spiegel, 

Thoms & Co. bds 376 Coburn. 
Braendlein Wm,mach Indpls wheel wks,res 

363 N Mississippi. 
Braeutigam Charles, Eagle Mach wks, bds 

95 ESouth. 
Braeutigam Henri, lab, bds 95 E South. 
Braffett Volney M, blksmith B F McCord, 

res Christian ave. 
Bragg Lizzie, milliner Mrs A McGaughey, 

res 243 E South. 
Bragg Kobert, printer, rms 7 E New York. 
Bragg Stokely S, elk Byram, Cornelius & 

Co, res 97 Pleasant. 
Brake, see aho Break. 
Brake Thomas^ Yard Conductor 

T H & I Ey, res 31 Roe. 
Brakmeyer Helen, bds 390 S East. 
Brakmier, see also Brackmeier. 
Brakmier Adolph H, meats 410 S East, res 

390 same. 
Braley Arthur S, conductor, rms 25 

Stewart Place. 
*Bramblet Alice (wid Oliver), ress w cor 

St Clair and Hanna. 
Bramer John D, saloon n w cor Prospect 

and Dillon, res 100 Laurel. 
Bramlet Charles, inspector Central Chair 

Co, bds 123 Maxwell. 
Bramwell Albert A, fireman, res 81 Leota. 
Bramwell John M, masonic grand sec'y, 

res 164 College ave. 
Bramwell Mary A (wid Zenas F), res 199 

Wist. 
Bramwell Wm A, carp, res 214 Blackford. 
Branch John W, bkkpr, res 50 Hoyt ave. 
Brand, see also Brandt and Brendt. 

ONE PRICE, 

^ND THAT PRICE ALWAYS ONE PROFIT, 
BELOW ALL COMPETITION, 



t:e3:e "XTv^iHiEnsr.. 



Brand Michael, blksmith, res 307 W 

Morris. 
Brandenburg Ida (wid Edward), packer H 

F Solliday, bds 181 N California. 
Brandenburger Adolph, wood turner, bds 

65 Linden. 
Brandenburger Louis H, wood worker 

Tucker & Dorsey Mnfg Co, bds 65 Linden, 
Brandenburger Ludwig, blksmith, res 65 

Linden. 
Brandenburger Mollie, seamstress, bds 65 

Linden. 
Brandenburger Wm, wood turner, bds 65" 

Linden. 
Brandes Benjamin, sawyer H Herrmann, 

bds 303 S Penn. 
Brandes Henry, sawyer, rms 303 S Penn. 
Brandes Henry J, lab, bds 303 S Penn. 
Brandes John, boilermkr, bds 303 S Penn. 
Brandewie Joseph, cooper J W Hum- 
phrey, bds 475 Indiana ave. 
Braudhorst Henry, lab Roofing Tile & 

Clay Co, res 585 W Morris. 
Brandom Joseph H, elk G A Riess, res 

278^ N New Jersey. 
Brandon x\lonzo D, brakeman C St L & P 

Ry, res 313 E Washington. 
Brandon Block, s w cor Washington and 

Delaware. 
Brandon Charles, lab St Ey Co, bds 222 

Chesapeake. 
Brandon James, driver H H Poulter, bd» 

73 W Georgia. 
Brandon James A, elk, res 222 Chesapeake. 
Brandon Jessie, waiter B Schweitzer, bds. 

20 W Washington. 
Brandon Joseph H, pooltender, res 263 N 

New Jersey. 
Brandon Marshall P, popcorn mnfr 284 

E Washington, bds 313 same. 
Brandon Thomas L, mach Indpls Mall 

Iron Co, res 718 N Mississippi. 
Brandon Wm, car driver, bds 222 Chesa- 
peake. 
Brandon Wm H, lab, bds 39 State (W I.) 
Brands, see Brandes. 
Brandsteder Anthony, carp, bds 119 Ken- 

nington. 
Brandt, see also Brendt. 
Brandt Charles W, elk W F Reasner, bd* 

52 Michigan ave. 
Brandt Christian F, car inspector C St L & 

P Ry, res 74 Spann ave. 
Brandt Christian F W, huckster, res 52 

Michigan ave. 
Brandt Frederick (Backus, Brandt & 

Gould), barber 7 Vance block, ree 133 

W New York. 
Brandt Frederick, car inspector C St L A 

P Ry, 293 Fletcher ave. 
Brandt Frederick, cigar mnfr 119 Locke» 

res same. 
Brandt Frederick W, bkkpr Albert Minter, 

res 80 Vine. 



Salishurji ^ Stanleij 



Builders, 177 Clinton St. SpocM 
attention given to estimateson loss- 
es by fire for Insurance Companies. 



JACKSON COAL { 



ND ANTHRACITES^-' 



24 



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173 



^\, a. WASSON, 

Soutli Pciiiisylvaiiia Street 

(lugalls Ulock). 

BRA 



Brandt Henry, upholsterer Roberts & Alli- 
son, bds 117 St Mary. 

Brandt Herman T, solicitor Franklin Ins 
Co, res 182 E McCarty. 

Brandt Julius, upholsterer Roberts & Alli- 
son, res 117 St Marv. 

Brandt Maggie (wid Hubbard), res 816 S 
West. 

Brandt Wni, lab, res 70 Kennington. 

Branford Thomas, coachman Mrs T A Hen- 
dricks, res rear 81 N Tennessee. 

Branham Charles H, bds 59 Fletcher ave. 

Branham Edward (McKee & Branham), 
res 52 College ave. 

Branham Edward T, elk McKee & Bran- 
ham, res 94 Pleasant. 

Branham Ernest J, elk H Lieber & Co, res 
2 Fletcher ave. 

Branham George, tinner Miller & Hart- 
man. 

Branbaxn Oeorge F, Coal and 
Coke n e cor Market and Penn, res 322 
Home ave. 

Branham Jennings, baggagemaster I & V 
Ry, res 2 Fletcher ave. 

Branham Kate D, bds 52 College ave. 

Branham Mary (wid Wm H H), res 430 E 
Maryland. 

Branham Smith, lab I B & W Ry. 

Branham Wm, boilermkr Belt R R, res w 
s Lee 2 s of Howard (W I). 

Brankamp Wm H, barber Adolph Boss, 
bds 117 Hoyt ave. 

Brankman Frederick, carp, res e s Key- 
stone ave 1 n of Clifford ave. 

Brannan, see also Brennan. 

Brannan Charles, cooper L B Gardner, bds 
344 W Washington. 

Brannan John, cooper L V> Gardner, res 
344 W Washington. 

Brannien Daniel, engineer, bds n w cor 
State and Michigan aves. 

Branson, see also Bronson and Brunson. 

Branson Evaline A (wid Reese), bds s w 
cor Brookside and Lebanon aves. 

Branson Harry E, baker, bds 127 N East. 

*Bran8on John, engineer, bds 745 Brookers 
Alley. 

Branson Joseph, car driver. 

Branson Rollie, driver Stout & Bannister, 
res 109 Hosbrook. 

Branson Vernon, fireman C St L & P Ry, 
bds 680 E Washington. 

Branson Wm H, engineer C St L & P Ry, 
res 158 Randolph. 

Branstrope, see Brovmstrup. 

Brant, see Brandt. 

Brantes, see Brundes. 

Brantigan Elias, carp Eagle Machine 
works, res 11 St Charles. 

Brash Samuel J, conductor I B it W Ry, 
bds Grand Hotel. 

Brasman Wm, lab A Minter, bds 312 W 
Maryland. 



Jr'arties with Valuables 

Of niiy Icinc! which thry wi>h to havo 

SAFI:LV niOTECTED, 

And, at the same tinio, muli'rtheir own control, 
should patroui/c the Safe Deposit Vaults of the 

raAlIATmiAtlDUrnEFOSITCO, 

SI East Mahket Stkkkt. 

Brassier John, gardener, res s of Pleasant 
Run bet Madison road and J M & I R R. 

Brattaiu, see also BritUm. 

Brattain Abraham L, bookbinder Wm B 
Burford, bds 195 Buchanan. 

Brattain Henry C, binder Wm B Burford, 
res 195 Buchanan. 

Brattain Henry J, coal oil dealer, res 195 
Buchanan. 

Brattain Miss Jennie, res 325 W Michigan. 

Brattaiu John R, elk J A Givens, res 186 
N Mississippi. 

Brattain Mary E (wid Wm J), bds 325 W 
Michigan. 

Brattain Omer C, opr Hall & Bailey, bds 
195 Buchanan. 

Brattain Silas H, stoker engine co No 3, 
res 66 Huron. 

Braughton, .see also Broughton 

Braughton McCuUough (Goebel & Braugh- 
ton), res Clifford ave nr Rural. 

Braun, see also Brovn. 

Braun Albert E, saddler F W Arnholter, 
res 244 Union. 

Braun Charles F, apprentice W B Burford, 
res 105 Buchanan. 

Braun Frank, cabinetmkr Otto Stechhan, 
bds 244 Union. 

Braun John, boarding house 187 S Illi- 
nois. 

Braun John, cabinetmkr Western Furni- 
ture Co, res e s East 2 n of Beecher. 

Braun Julius G, press feeder The Morn- 
ing Star Publishing Co, res 105 Buch- 
anan. 

Braun Mary (wid Paul), res 244 Union. 

Braun Rinehardt, plumber, res e s Japan 
6 s of Iowa. 

Braun Sophia, domestic 230 E New York. 

Braun Wm P, lithographer W B Burford, 
res 105 Buchanan. 

Brauner, see Browner and Brunei: 

Brauning, .see ako Brovmmg, Bruening and 
Bruning. 

MESSEHGER'S 

FURMTURE, CARPETS and STOVES. 

Easy PayniLMits or for Cash (at bottom 
Vrices), 

S. E. Cor. Delaware & Washington Sts. 
Telephone 491. 



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CONSOLIDATED TANK 

LINE COMPANY. 
Pine and Lord Streets* 



John R. Leonard! 



FIRE INSURANCE, 

REAL ESTATE, 

19J NORTH PENN. ST. 



I LOANS 



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H. LIEBER & CO., 

S2 rr.st V,'a.shiiigton St., 

PICTURES, 

FEAMES. 

MOULDINGS, 

AND LOOKING GLASSES. 

Brauning Henry, cigars 96 N Illinois, rms 

101 E Washington. 
Branntz, see ali^o Brum. 
Brannlz Louis, molder Chandler & Taylor, 

res 125 Blake. 
Brantig ira John M, foreman J B Jaques, 

b.ls ■-!47 S Pi tie. 
Branligan Louis C, apprentice H Techentin 

& Co, res 9 St Charles. 
*Braston Robert B, res 512 E 7lh. 
Bray Ann (wid Thomas), i)ds 363 S West. 
Bray David B, teamster, res 546 Bellefon- 

taine. 
Bray Ella W, elk, bds 250 N East. 
Bray Florence, domestic 278 W Vermont. 
Bray Marv E (wid Peter L), res 250 N 

East. 
Bray Redding, carp Belt R R, res 235 N 

California. 
Bray Thomas, finisher Sarven wheel works, 

bds 363 S West. 
Bray Wm A, trav agt D P Erwin & Co, res 

Michigan City, Ind. 
Bray Wm L, tel opr, bds 250 N East. 
Braydon Reuben, lab car works. 
Brayton Aleml)ert W, '■ec.'y Medical Col- 
lege of Indiana, physician 19 W Ohio, 

res 4 Ruckle. 
Brayton Jessie M. bds 4 Ruckle. 
BrHzeltnn Charles A, [>aiiUer, res 462 W 

New York. 
Brazelton George J, painter Kimberlin 

Mnfg Co, res 20:> Agnes. 

Bra^^il Wood and Coal Yard, 

Henry C Smith Mngr, n e cor Cetlar and 
Hosbrook. 

Braaington Wm C. artist 67 and 68 Ingalls 
block, rtns same. 

Breadheft Henry I), elk J J Norris, res 37 
N Arsenal ave. 

I^reahm Otto, barber, bds 751 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Break, .see aho Brake. 

Brean Jane, trimmer Kingan & Co, bds 430 
N Df'lnwnro. 

THE LARGEST 

CLOTHING STORE IN INDIANA IS THE 

30, 32, 34, 36, 38 and 40 N. Pennsylvania 
Street. 



SHOYER & CHRISTIAN 

(KsrCstlmates furnished for all kinds of 'Worte. 



Breckenri()ge Frances A (wid Robert), bds 

Hotel English 
*Breckenri(lgi- Gabriel, fireman Acme 

Milling Co, res 296 Blake. 
■Breckenridge Joseph ZW, barber J Reed,^ 

res 15 Howard. 
Breckenridge Robert, trav agt Conduitt & 

Sons, res 72 W Michigan. 
Brecount Georg^e S, Genl Agt 

Monon Route (L N A & C Ry), Michi- 

igan Lumber Transportation Co and 

Commercial Express Line, Office 26 S 

Illinois, res 809 N Meridian. 
Bredell George W, elk J M McCnllum, res 

108 Shelby. 
Bredemeyer Charles, driver, res 41 Elm. 
Bredeymire Christian W, foreman, res 598 

E St Clair. 
'•Braden John, lab, res Haughville. 
Bredewater George H, elk FC Kahle, bds 

575 W Michigan. 
Bredymire, .see Brademeier. 
■•Breeding Edmund, lab, res 293 E Wash- 
ington. 
Breedlove Edward, lab, bds Thomas J 

Breedlove. 
Breedlove Elijah M, live stock, res 289 W^ 

Vermont. 
Breedlove Mrs Mary A, patent medicines 

256 Fayette, res same. 
Breedlove Morton A, tel opr, bds 289 W 

Vermont. 
Breedlove Pheriba P, bds 289 W Vermont. 
Breedlove Thomas J, solicitor, res 256 

Fayette. 
p]reedlove Thomas J, lab, res w s Williams 

1 n of Howard (W I). 
Breedlove Wm J, bds w s Williams 1 n of 

Howard (W I). 
Breen Bridget, domestic 187 St Mary. 
Breen James, lab, res Gale (Bright wood), 
Breen James, lineman W U Tel Co, res 318 

S Illinois. 
Breen James, truckman C C C & I Ry, res 

114 Meek. 
Breen Johanna (wid James) res 341 N 

Pine. 
Breen Josie G, elk N Y store, bds 341 N 

Pine. 
Breen Martin, flagman, res 49 Dorraan. 
Breen Mary, domestic 855 N Illinois. 
Breen Michael E, engineer, bds 341 N Pine. 
Breen Patrick J, engineer, bds 341 N Pine. 
Breen Timothy F, molder, bds 341 N Pine. 
Brees Isaac, carp, bds 72 Railroad. 
Brees James, driver B M McGettigan, res 

72 Railroad. 
Breese Charles, res 13 Bates. 
Breese Mrs Ella, rms 1 Grand Opera 

block. 
Brehm Bernhard, druggist 26 Columbia 

ave, res 45 same. 
Brehm Catharine M, lab I Sagalowsky, res 

555 N Mississippi. 

Contractors & Builders. 

Telephone No. 160. 
115 to 125 N.Alabama St. 



FLEGTRICAL SUPPLY DEPOT 

hi Electrical Workiiudillcctrical Supplies of Every Dcsuripiion. 



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Brehmer John J, carp Nordykei'^ Mannoii 

Co, res 211 ILuiiey ave (\V 1 1. 
Brehui Ollie, res 135 Eddy. 
Breil John, finisher Haugh, Ketcham & 

& Co, res Haiighville. 
Breiter Joseph, finisher H Lieber & Co, bds 

98 John. 
Breiihoupt John, lab, res e s Albemarle 1 

n of Clifford ave. 
Breiihoupt Wm. blksmith Sinker, Davis 
& Co, res rear 22o E Morris. 

Breitigam Charles, mach, bds 179 S Meri- 
dian. 

Breivogel George, foreman, res G6 Yeiser. 

Brem Ciiristopher J, pressman Hasselraan- 
Journal Co, res 23 Park ave. 

Brem Sophia (wid Frances J), res 23 Park 
ave. 

Bremer Herman, lab, res 109 Orang-. 

Bremer John D, saloon, res 100 Laurel. 

Bremer \Vm, res S2 Chadwick. 

Bremerman Cli^irlfS, wagonmkr 351 Madi- 
son ave, res same. 

Bremerman Chariis E, packer Pearson ^^t 
Wetzel, bds 354 Dougla.ss. 

Bremerman Frank B, lab, bds 351 Madison 
ave. 

Breuierinaii Frederick, Pat- 
entee Grooved Picket Fence 10 N Meri- 
dian, res 295 N .\lal)ama. 

Bremerman Frederick W, bds 354 Douglass. 

Bremerman John L. driver G W Stout, res 
354 Douglass. 

Brenhard Lawrence, stonemason, res 272 
Olive. 

Breninger I>ena, domestic Circle Park 
Hotel. 

Brenizer George W, porter Holhveg & 
Reese, res 344 E M(UTis. 

Brenn Frederick E, teamster, res 49 Brad- 
shaw. 

Brennan, see also Brannan. 

Brennan Anna A, chambermaid 270 W 



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Brennan Julia (wid Patrick), res 2(10 ' 

W 7th. 
Brennan Lewis, foreman L Holtzman, 

67 W Market. ^^^ 

Brenn in Louis, bartender, res 125 W Pearl, v. JL 
Brennan Maggie, weaver George Merritt 

«& Co, bds 79 Patterson. 
Brennan Martin, lineman C U Tel Co, bds 

132 N Tennessee. , > 

Brennan Mary, weaver George Merritt tS: _^^, 

Co, bds 79 Patterson. ^ \ 

Brennan Micliael, agt Lovell Mnfg Co fTn 

Limited, bds 189 W Maryland. *- ^ 

Brennan Michael, iiricklayer, res n s 7th 

w of Lenox. 
Brennan Michael A, elk Indpls Gas Li 

and Coke Co, res 399 N East. 
Brennan Nellie, res 125 W Pearl. 
Brennan Patrick, res 79 Patterson. 
Brennan Patrick, jwrter Union Depot, res 

497 Virginia ave. 
Brennan Thomas, lab, res 287 W Pearl. 
Brennan Thomas, upholsterer, rms 412 

Washington. 
Brennan Thomas F, mach Atlas works, f^X^ 

bds 44 Fayette. ^^ ^ 

Brennan Thomas J, lab Wm F Piel & Co, ^.-"^ 

res 25 Thomas. Q JL 

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Brentaan Edward j, 

240 N Tennessee, res same. 



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Brennan Job an an 

Thomas. 
Brennan John, ball player, bds lse»v Cali- 
fornia House. 
Brennan John, car inspector I D & S Rv, 

ress3NewYork,4eof Belmont ave (W I). 
Brennan John, janitor State Building, res 

44 Fayette. 
Brennan John, lab Kingan & Co, bds 97 

Patterson. 
Brennan John, plasterer, bds 260 \V 7th. 
Brennan John T, tel opr, bds 497 Virginia 

ave. 
Brennan Joseph, tilemkr, res 518 N West. 
Brennan Joseph P, sawmkr Atkins Saw 

works, bds 44 Favette. 



Brenneke Prof David B, Danc- 
injT Academy Pfatllin's Music Hall S2i 
N Penn, res 321 same. (-See adv in classi'- 
fitd DanciiKj Aaidemieji.) 
. nen Lawrence, lab, res 53 Hosbrook. 

Physician nen Wm H, wheelmkr Sarven wheel- 
:s, bds 330 W 1st. 
ner Anna, bds 325 N Delaware, 
x^.^i.ner George W, wood contractor Wm 

H Coleman, res 120 Yeiser. 
Brensler August, porter 109 'W Washing- 
ton. 
Brenton George, lab Roofing Tile & Clay 

Co, bds 125 W Morris. 
Bresher Lydia, domestic 297 Broadway. 



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MOULDINGS, 

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Brauning Henrv, cigars 96 N Illinois, rms 

101 E Washington. 
Brauiitz, see aho Bruns. 
Brnnniz Louis, molder Chandler & Taylor, 

res 12.') Biake. 
Braiitig im Jolin M, foreman J B Jaques, 

bds -247 S Pi-io. 
Branligan Louis C, apprentice H Techentin 

& Co, res 9 St Charles. 
*Braxton Kobt-rt B, res 512 E 7lh. 
Bray Ann (wid Thomas), bds 363 S West. 
Bray David B, teamster, res 546 Bellefon- 

taine. 
Bray Ella W, elk, bds 250 N East. 
Bray Florence, domestic 278 W Vermont. 
Bray Marv E (wid Peter L), res 2qO N 

East. 
Bray Redding, carp Belt R R, res 235 N 

California. 
Bray Thomas, finisher Sarven wheel works, 

bds 363 S West. 
Bray Wm A, trav agt D P Erwin & Co, res 

Michigan City, Ind. 
Bray Wm L, tef opr, l>ds 250 N East. 
Braydon Reuben, lab car works. 
Brayton Alembert W, ••ec.'y Medif-al Col- 
lege of Indiana, physician 19 W Ohio, 

res 4 Ruckle. 
Brayton Jessie M. bds 4 Rnckle. 
Brazelton Charles A, [lainter, res 462 W 

New York. 
Brazelton George J, painter Kimberliii 

Mnfg Co, res 203 Agnes. 
Brazil Wood and Coal Yard, 

Henry C Smith Mngr, n e cor Cedar and 

Hosbrook. 
Brazington Wm C. artist 67 and 68 Ingalls 

block, rms same. 
Breadheft Henry D, elk J J Norris, res 37 

N Arsenal ave. 
Breahm Otto, barber, bds 751 N Missis- 
sippi. 
Break, ,s-ee aho Brake. 
Brean J ane, trimmer Kingan & Co, bds 430 

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Breckenriifge Frances A (wid Robert), bds 

Hotel English 
*Breckenri(lgi' Gabriel, fireman Acme 

Milling Co, res 296 Blake. 
•■■"Breckenridge Joseph ZW, barber J Reed, 

res 15 Howard. 
Breckenridge Robert, trav agt Conduitt & 

Sons, res 72 W Michigan. 
Brecount Georg^e S, Genl Agt 

Monon Route (L N A & C Ry), Michi- 

igan Lumber Transportation Co and 

Commercial Express Line, Office 26 S 

Illinois, res 809 N Meridian. 
Bredell George W, elk J M McCul]um,res 

108 Shelby. 
Bredemeyer Charles, driver, res 41 Elm. 
Bredeymire Christian W, foreman, res 598 

E St Clair. 
'Braden John, lab, res Haughville. 
Bredewater George H, elk FC Kahle, bds 

575 W Michigan. 
Bredymire, .see Brademeier. 
•"Breeding Edmund, lab, res 293 E Wash- 
ington. 
Breedlove Edward, lab, bds Thomas J 

Breed love. 
Breedlove Elijah M, live stock, res 289 W^ 

Vermont. 
Breedlove Mrs Mary A, patent medicines 

256 Fayette, res same. 
Breedlove Morton A, tel opr, bds 289 W 

Vermont. 
Breedlove Pheriba P, bds 289 W Vermont. 
Breedlove Thomas J, solicitor, res 256 

Fayette. 
Breedlove Thomas J, lab, res w s Williams 

1 n of Howard (WI). 
Breedlove Wm J, bds w s Williams 1 n of 

Howard (W I). 
Breen Bridget, domestic 187 St Mary. 
I5reen James, lab, res Gale (Brightwood). 
Breer ~ — 'meman W U Tel Co, res 318 

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Bret.. . 

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Breen Josie G, elk N Ystore, ouc^. 

i'ine. 
Breen Martin, flagman, res 49 Dorraan. 
Breen Mary, domestic 855 N Illinois. 
Breen Michael E, engineer, bds 341 N Pine. 
Breen Patrick J. engineer, bds 341 N Pine. 
Breen Timothy F, molder, bds 341 N Pine. 
Brees Isaac, carp, bds 72 Railroad. 
Brees James, driver B M McGettigan, res 

72 Railroad. 
Breese Charles, res 13 Bates. 
Breese Mrs Ella, rms 1 Grand Opera 

block. 
Brehm Bernhard, druggist 26 Columbia 

ave, res 45 same. 
Brehm Catharine M, lab I Sagalowsky, res 

555 N Mississippi. 



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Brehiuer John .1, carp Nonlvkeit Miirinon 

Co, res 211 Had lev ave (\\ I). 
Brehm OUie, res 136 Eddy. 
Breil John, finisher Haugh, Ketcham & 
& Co, res Ilanghville. 

Breiter Joseph, finisher H Lieber & Co, bds 
98 John. 

Breithoupt John, lab, res e s Albemarle I 
n of Clifiord ave. 

Breiihoupt Wni, blksmith Sinker, Davis 
& Co, res rear 223 E Morris. 

Breitigam Charles, mach, bds 179 S Meri- 
dian. 

Breivogel George, foreman, res 66 Yeiser. 

Brem Christopher J, pressman Hasselman- 
Journal Co, res 23 Park ave. 

Brem Sojihia (wid Frances J), res 23 Park 
ave. 

Bremer Herman, lab, res 109 Orang-. 

Bremer John I), saloon, res 100 Laurel. 

Bremer Wm, res 82 Chad wick. 

Bremerman Charles, wagonmkr ool Madi- 
son ave, res same. 

Bremerman CliarKs E, packer Pearson A 
Wetzel, bds 354 I)ougla.ss. 

Bremerman Frank B, lalt, bds 351 Madison 
ave. 

Breiuerinati Frederick, Pat- 
entee Grooved Picket P'euce 10 N Meri- 
dian, res 295 N .\labama. 

Bremerman Frederick W, bds 354 Douglass. 

Bremerman John L, driver G W Stout, res 
354 Douglass. 

Brenhard Lawrence, .stonemason, res 272 
Olive. 

Breninger Lena, domestic Circle Park 
Hotel. 

Brenizer George W, porter Hollweg & 
Keese, res 344 E Morris. 

Brenn Frederick E, teamster, res 49 Brad- 



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Brenn an Lewis, foreman 

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Brenmn Louis, bartender, res 125 W Pearl. V -* 
Brenuan Maggie, weaver George Merritt 

& Co, bds 79 Patterson. 
Brenuan Martin, lineman C U Tel Co, bdf^ ____^ 

132 N Tennessee. ." . 

Brenuan Mary, weaver George Merritt A ^^^^ 

Co, bds 79 Patterson. ^ \ 

Brennan Michael, agt Lovell Mnfg Co | X I 

Limited, bds IS9 W Maryland. *- "^ 

Brennan Michael, iiricklayer, res n s 7th 

w of Lenox. 
Brennan Michael A, elk Indpls Gas Ligh 

and Coke Co, res 399 N East. 
Brennan Nellie, res 125 W Pearl. /"'"N 

Brennan Patrick, res 79 Patterson. ^ m ^ 

Brennan Patrick, porter Union Depot, res 
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Brennan, ,?ec aho Bvamxan. 
-brennan Anna A, chambermaid 270 W 

'Uinois. 

innan Edward J, physician 46 S Ten- 

jessee, res same. 

rennau Jefferson, engineer, rms 171 W 
*" South. 
Brennan Johanan (wid Daniel), res 27 

Thomas. 
Brennan John, ball player, bds New Cali- 
fornia House. 
Brennan John, car inspector I D & S Ry, 

resssNewYork,4eof Belmont ave( WI). 
Brennan John, janitor State Building, res 

44 Fayette. 
Brennan John, lab Kingan & Co, bds 97 

Patterson. 
Brennan John, plasterer, bds 260 W 7th. 
Brennan John T, tel opr, bds 497 Virginia 

ave. 
Brennan Joseph, tilemkr, res 518 N West. 
Brennan Joseph P, sawmkr .\tkins Saw 

works, bds 44 Favette. 

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Brennan Thomas, lab, res 287 W Pearl. ) ^ 

Brennan Thomas, upholsterer, rms 412 W ^^\ 

Washington. ' ^ 

Brennan Thomas F, mach Atlas works, ^^X^ 

bds 44 Fayette. ^^ 

Brennan Thomas J, lab Wm F Piel & Co, /—^ 

res 25 Thomas. (^ JL 

Brennan Wm H, sawmkr Atkins saw works, z*-"^ 

res 278 S Mississippi. V- -> 

Brenneke Prof David B, Dane-- 

ing Academy Pfafllin's Music Hall 82* 

N Penn, res 321 same. (.See aih in classi- 
fied Dancinci Aaulemies.) 
Brtnnen Lawrence, lab, res 53 Hosbrook. 
Brennen Wm H, wheelmkr Sarven wheel- 

wks, bds 330 W 1st. 
Brenner Anna, bds 325 N Delaware. 
Brenner George W', wood contractor Wm 

H Coleman, res 120 Yeiser. 
Brensler August, jrorter 109 W Wa.shing- 

ton. 
Brenton George, lab Roofing Tile & Clay 

Co, bds 125 W Morris. 
Bresher Lydia, domestic 297 Broadway. 



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Bresler David, cabinetmkr, res 196 Pleas- 
ant. 
Bresler Marks, lab, bds 136 Eddv. 
Bresler Seftel, res 136 Eddy. 
Breslin Ella, bds 42 Maple. 
Breslin Wm, brakeraan, res 42 Maple. 
Bresnan, see also Brosna7i. 
Bresnan Anna, seamstress, bds rear 312 W 

Merrill. 
Bresnan Edward, lab, bds rear 312 W 

Merrill. 
Bresnan John, lab Kiugau & Co, res rear 

312 W Merrill. 
Bresnan Mark, lab Atkins saw works. 
Bressman Lizzie, laundress Bates House. 
Bresson Damas, lab, res w s Alvord, 1 n of 

9th. 
Brester Wm, carp, res 85 Weghorst. 
Bretcalf Adolph, porter Denison House. 
Bretney, see also Britney. 
Bretney Eugene, engineer Acme Milling 

Co, res 43G W Washington. 
Brett Jerome J, lab, bds Archibald Maple, 

Brightwood. 
Bretz, see also Brilz. 

Bretz Adam, grocer 118 S Illinois, res same. 
Bretz Adolph, grocer, res 185 S New Jersey. 
Bretz Alfred C, elk Adam Bretz, bds same. 
Bretz Edward A, grocer 399 N Illinois, bds 

330 N Meridian. 
Breunig Charles, lab Salisbury & Vinton 

Paper Co, res 75 W 1st. 
Breunig George A, res 241 Park ave. 
Breunig George T, special agt Washington 

Life Ins Co, res 137 Park ave. 
Breunig Mary, bds 241 Park ave. 
Breuning Henry, cigars, res room 17 101 E 

Washington. 
Breuninger August, elk Charles Mayer & 

Co, res 3.36 E Market. 
Breuninger Charles, elk Charles Mayer & 

Co, res 336 E Market. 
Brevoort John, student, bds Irvington. 
Brewer Albert, carp, bds Brown House. 

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Arthur Bohn. | Brewer Calvin, carp, bds Brown House. 
Brewer Charles, carp, bds Brown House. 
Brewer Clara (wid Charles), bds 249 

Shelby. 
Brewer Eva, bds 520 N Mississippi. 
Brewer James A, elk National Hotel. 
Brewin Dillard A, lab, res 497 N Cali- 
fornia. 
Brian, see also Bryan and O'Brien. 
Brian Pvveline (wid James M), milliner 

4 W Washington, res 97 W Vermont. 
Brian Howard M, salesman Fahnley & 

.McCrea, bds 97 W Vermont. 
Brick Mnggie, laundress Denison House. 
Brickev Wm H (Johnson & Brickley), bds 

236 E Vermont. 
Brickley Annie, bds 416 S Tennessee. 
Brickley Catharine, bds 416 S Tennessee. 
Brickley David, stoker gas works, res rear 

218 Union. 
Brickley Mrs Ella, laundress T E Somer- 

ville, bds 17 Russell ave. 
Brickley John, elk, bds 416 S Tennessee. 
Brickley John, porter Illinois House. 
Brickley Kate, seamstress, bds 416 S Ten- 
nessee. 
Brickley Patrick, lab, res 416 S Tennessee. 
Brickley Wm, sawmkr Atkins saw works, 

bds 416 S Tennessee. 
Brideen Lewis, checkman Frank Bird. 
Bridenbaugh Annie (wid David), res s s 

Valley Drive 1 e Ludlow Lane (Oak 

Hill. 
Bridge A B, foreman Sarven wheel works. 
Bridge George W, brakeman I & V R R, 

res 18 Linden. 
Bridge Henry, elk Royal Tea Store, res 36 

N New Jersey. 
Bridge Thomas W, brakeman, res 18 Lynn. 
Bridges, see also Brydes. 
Bridges Charles W, trav agt, res 328 Ash. 
"^Bridges Emeliue (wid Richard), res 41 

Newman. 
Bridges James, blksmith, res 311 Peru. 
Bridges James, farmer, res 172 College 

ave. 
Bridges Jesse B, lawyer 2 and 5 Thorpe 

block, res 172 College ave. 
••Bridges John W, bds 41 Newman. 
^Bridges Louisa, bds 41 Newman. 
^Bridges Samuel B, mach, bds 41 New- 
man. 
Bridgins James H, elk J A Given, res 127 

W 5th. 
Bridgins James H jr, driver, res 128 W 4th. 
Briece Wm O, lab, bds 128 Blake. 
Brier Henry, polisher Atkins saw wks. 
■■Briggs Austin, lab, res w s Mississippi n 

of 19lh (N I). 
Briggs Carrie M (wid Andrew J), res 79 

W Michigan. 
Briggs Charles H, freightsolicitor C W & M 

Ry, res 308 E South. 
Briggs Erastus M, bds Pyle House. 



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^Briggs Hattie, res 19 Cora. 

Briggs James, lab Imliana warp mill, res 8 
Minerva. 

Briggs Jennie I, bds 7i) W Michigan. 

Briggs John K, lab Indiana warp mill, 
res 830 Douglass. 

Briggs Wm G, carp, res 126 W iHh. 

Brigham Mrs Lida M, bds 82 W 2d. 

Bright Carrie, rms 17 Windsor block. 

Bright Edward, teamster Shover & Dickson, 
bds 10 English block. 

Bright Eliza (wid Major), rms 17 Wind- 
sor block. 

Bright George W, lab, bds rear 350 In- 
diana ave. j 

Bright Henry, lab, res rear 350 Indiana ave. 

^Bright Henry, lab, res rear 163 St Mary. 

Bright Henry C, lab, res rear 350 Indiana 
ave. 

Bright Lewis G, painter, bds 23 N West. 

Bright Marie L, teacher, bds Stoughton 
Fletcher. 

Bright Mattie, bookbinder Sentinel Print- 
ing Co, rms 17 Windsor block. 

Bright Michael S, lawyer 1 Claypool block, 
res 448 N Meridian. 

Bright Sarah L (wid Michael S), bds 448 
N Meridian. 

"*Bright Wilson, lab, res s e cor Jefferson 
ave and William. 

Brighton Mrs Anna, res 226 E Morris. 

Brighton Louisa, domestic 731 N Dela- 
ware. 

Brightwood Home, B F Krone mngr, 
Brightwood. 

Brightwood Postoffice, n e cor Station and 
Sutherland, Brightwood. 

Brill John C, dyer 40 Mass ave, res St 
Marv e of Shelby. 

Brill VVm F, tailor, res 154 Bird. 

Brimm Sallie H (wid George), bds 180 N 
Illinois. 

Brindley Henry, foreman gas works, res 
350 S Alabama. 

Briner Ellen, bds 165 Pleasant. ! 

Brink Caroline (wid Wm), res 504 S East, j 

Brink Cbristian, Cigars and To- i 
bacco 48 E Washington, res 351 S Penn. 

Brink Frederick, engineer Spiegel, Thorns 
& Co, res 451 Madison ave. 

Brink Frederick jr, lab Emrich, Paulini& 
Co, bds 451 Madison ave. 

Brink Henry, mach Sinker, Davis & Co, 
bds 451 Madison ave. 

Brink Henry F, mach Dean Bros Steam 
Pump Works, bds 504 S East. 

Brink Hermena, bds 351 S Penn. 

Brink Lena, seamstress, bds 504 S East. 

Brink Louis H, tailor, bds 504 S East. 

Brink Wm F, upholsterer Spiegel, Thorns 
A Co, res 451 Madison ave. 

Brinker August, res 174 W New York. 

Brinker Frederick W, cigar boxmkr Brin- 
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Brinker Henry C (Brinker & Habeney), 
res 335 Ash. 

Brinker & Habeney (Henry C 
Brinker, Henry F Habeney), Cigar 
Box Mnfrs and Dealers in Labels, Rib- 
bons, Flavors, Etc, 105 and 107 S New 
Jersey. [See adv p 4.) 

Brinkman Carrie, domestic 32 E Vermont. 

Brinkman Charles F, carp, res 187 N Pine. 

Brinkman Christian, res 191 Lincoln Lane. 

Brinkman Frederick, carp P C & St L Ry. 

Brinkman Henry, lab, res Line ave (Oak 
Hill). 

Brinkman John, lab, bds Franklin Fen- 
ton. 

Brinkman Joseph, lab, res w s Eureka ave, 
1 s of Clifford ave. 

Brinkman Joseph, car repairer Bee Line, 
res Brightwood. 

Brinkman Joseph H, saloon 149 Shelby, 
res same. 

Brinkman Lewis, lab, bds Wm Brinkman. 

Brinkman Louisa, domestic 651 N Illinois. 

Brinkman Mary, domestic 674 N Dela- 
ware. 

Brinkman Wm, lab, res Stuart (Bright- 
wood). 

Brinkmann Anton C, elk F J Meyer, bds 99 
Greer. 

Brinkmann Frank H, car builder Bee Line, 
res 526 E Ohio. 

Brinkmann Henry, bricklayer, res 264 S 
Alabama. 

Brinkman John, boilermkr P C& St L Ry, 
bds 21 Leota. 

Brinkmann Louisa, domestic 26 E Ver- 
mont. 

Brinkmann Mary, helper Messick, Cones 
ct Co, bds 526 E Ohio. 

Brinkmann Wilhelm, cigarmkr J Ranch, 
res 161 Laurel. 

Brinkmeyer Edward, elk G A Woodford 
& Co, bds 234 Davidson. 

Brinkmeyer Edward C, molder Pioneer 
Brass works, res 39 Leoji^ 

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Hubbard Block, Indianapolis, Ind., and Le Droit 

Building, opp. V. S. Patent Office, "Washington, 

D. C. See advertisement under head of 

"Patent Solicitors" in classified list. 

Brinkmeyer Frederick J, bill elk Robert- 
son & Perry, bds 240 Davidson. 

Brinkmeyer George C, bkkpr Robertson & 
Perry, bds 240 Davidson. 

Brinkmeyer George H, trav agt G Pfau, 
res 240 Davidson. 

Brinkmeyer .John A, foreman Pioneer Brass 
works, res 288 N Liberty. 

Brinkmeyer John F, porter G A Woodford 
& Co, res 234 Davidson. 

Brinkmeyer Jolin H, Superin- 
tendent Pioneer Brass Works, res 233 
Railroad. {See left side lines.) 

Brinkmeyer Louis G,molder Pioneer Brass 
works, bds 245 Cincinati. 

Brinkmeyer Otto H, bkkpr Pioneer Brass 
works, res 288 N Liberty. 

Brinkmeyer Wm H, mach Pioneer Brass 
works, res 178 Madison ave. 

Brinton Wm B, trav agt Moline Plow 
Co, bds Grand Hotel. 

Brisbin Jefferson M, lab, res 556 W North. 

Brisbin Robert S, lab, res 556 W North. 

Brisbin Timothy, teamster, bds 556 W 
North. 

*Brisco Delia (wid Henry), laundress T E 
Somerville, res 138 Virginia ave. 

*Briscoe Augustus, teamster, res over 215 
Indiana ave. 

Briscoe Lottie (wid Charles), bds 57 Har- 
rison. 

Brison Hugh, lab, res Haughville. 

Brissa David P, patternmkr Ewart Mnfg 
Co, bds Haughville. 

Bristol Anthony I, res 264 N Illinois. 

Bristol Frances A, bds 264 N Illinois. 

Bristor Esther A (wid Samuel M), res 135 
N Delaware. 

Bristor Wm A, agt A J Johnson & Co 58| 
S Meridian, res 835 N Tennessee. 

Bristow David H, carp, res 154 Shelby. 

Bristow Ella, seamstress, bds 244 Co'burn. 

Bristo^W Josepll, Millinery Goods 
and Bleachery 24 S Illinois, res 34 W 
North. 

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Bristow Mattie, bds 244 Coburn. 

Bristow Metta A, boxmkr W H Short, bd& 

244 Coburn. 
Bristow Wilford, policeman, res 244 Co- 
burn, 
Brithoupt Wm, lab, res rear 223 E Morris. 
Britnev, see also Brelney. 
Britney Elmer E, elk C C C & I Ry, res 855 

N Illinois. 
Brittingham Albert, foreman J J Prosser, 

bds 602 N Mississippi. 
Britton, see also Brattain. 
Britton Charles O, vault cleaner, res 498 S 

West. 
Britton John, lab, bds 245 E Merrill. 
Britton Levi, cooper Wm Baird, res 41 

Grant. 
Britton Martin L, special agt, res 189 N 

East. 
■•■■Britton Mary A (wid John G), res 230 W 

Michigan. 
Britton Oscar F, special ex U S Pension 

Bureau P O bldg, res 50 N EasL 
Britz, see also Bretz. 
Britz Frank, apprentice Nordyke & Mar- 

raon Co. 
Britz John, painter Nordyke & Marmon Co. 
Broad beck, see Brodbeck. 
Broadbelt, see also Brodbelt. 
Broadbelt Theodore, night elk C I St L & 

C Ry, bds Stewart Place. 
Broadrup Mrs M A, officer Ind Reform 

Inst for Women and Girls, res same. 
Broadstreet George F, lab, res 15 Bacon 

block. 
*BroadusPhilip,coachman 174 Central ave. 
Brochhausen Peter J, millwright, res 204 

Coburn. 
Brochhausen Sweberd, lab, bds 204 Coburn. 
Brock, see also Brook. 

Brock Frederick W, grocer, res 614 Vir- 
ginia ave. 
Brock Jacob, engineer, res 234 E Ver- 
mont. 
Brock James M, blksmith, res rear 217 S 

Illinois. 
Brock Joseph, driver F M Dell, bds 447 E 

Ohio. 
Brock Margaret, dressmkr 390 Virginia 

ave, res same. 
Brock Robert, carp, res 390 Virginia ave. 
Brock Thomas, livery and feed stable 407 

Virginia ave, res 302 Fletcher ave. 
Brooking, see also Broeking. 
Brooking August E, carp T Madden, bds 

57 Sinker. 
Broeking Edward R, elk Kipp Bros, res 

s e cor Lexington ave and Spruce. 
Broeking Emma, elk J J Irwin, bds 57 

Sinker. 
Broeking Frederick (Indiana Transfer Co), 

res s e cor Spruce and Lexington ave. 
Broeking Richard E, drayman, res 57 

Sinker. 



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*Brockman Millie (wid Major), bds 288 

Bright. 
Brockmier Lena, bds 79 Woodlawu ave. 
Brockmyer Adolf, butcher, bds 390 S East. 
Broekway Wm H, salesman G L W Mack, 

res 528 N West. 
Brodbeck, see alio Broadbeck. 
Brodbeck George W,.elk N Y store, rooms 

50 Fletcher ave. 
Brodbeck Ilarrv C, iiinfrs agt 58.1 S Me- 
ridian, res 418 N East. 
Brodbeck Kate, teacher public school No 

28. bds 50 Fletcher ave. 
Brodl)elt, see also Bmadbelt 
Brodbelt James M, su[it elk Union Ky Co, 

rms 31 Stewart Piacn. 
Brodbelt Sherwood R, trav agt .J Flaa.s, rms 

31 Stewart Place. 
Broden .\nnie, teacher public school No 

22, bds 50 Sinker. 
Broden Agnes M, bds 1102 N Tennessee. 
Broden Frank J, pressman W 15 Burford, 

bds 1102 N Tennessee. 
Broden George E, carriage trimmer, bds 

1102 N Tennessee 
Broden James, mach Dean Bros steam 

pump wks, res 50 Sinker. 
Broden James, res 271 E New York. 
Broden James jr, bkkpr M O'Connor A Co, 

bds 271 E New York. 
Broden John, tinner, res 653 W Vermont. 
Broden Lillie E, bds 1102 N Tennessee. 
Broden Mary A, elk H P VVasson & Co, 

bds 50 Sinker. 
Broden Michael J, printer C S Butterfield, 

res 1102 N Tennessee. 
Broden Nellie, domestic 325 N Penn. 
Broden Thomas, molder Atlas works, res 

409 S Delaware. 
Broderick Delia, dome.stic 306 S Meridian. 
Broderick John, mach I D & S Ky, bds 

Belmont ave (W I). 
Broderick Jo.seph, lab, bds 159 W Mc- 

Carty. -• 
Broderick Mary, bds 159 W McCarty. 
Broderick Michael, flagman, res 15 

Henry. 
BroderiL-k Patrick, switchman C St L & 

PRy, res 159 \V McCartv. 
Broderick Wm, lab J S Farrell & Co, res 

159 W McCarty. 
Broderick Wm, res 127 W McCarty. 
Broderick Wm, yardmaster J M & I R R 

yards, res s e cor Ray and Church. 
Brodlove G, lab Sarven wheel wks. 
Broe Andrew, lab Atkins saw works, bds 

177 S Tennessee. 
Broeking, .seert/^o jB)oe/:m^. 
Broeking Augusta (wid Christian), res 144 

Union. 
Broeking Charles D, elk Francke «& Schin- 

dler, res 403 Park ave. 
Broeking Frank A, elk Francke & Schin- 

dler, rt-s 144 Union. 



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Broeking Minnie E, bds 144 Union. 

Brogan Bryan, lab, res 25 Maple. 

Brogan Brvan jr, lab car works, bds 25 

Ma.de. 
Brogan John, bds 25 Maple. 
Brogan Mary, seamstress, bils 25 Maple. 
Brogen W, lab Sarven wheel works. 
Broich Charles H, Druggist 588 S 

Meridian, res 326 Union. 
Broich Mrs Minnie E, teacher public 

school No G, res 326 Union. 
Brokering George, mach hand, bds rear 

488 S Illinois. 
Bromley, see aUo ru n'c/. 
Bromley John E, elk P'mpire Line,bds84 N 

Alabama. 
Brommer, see alsn Bnimmer. 
Brommer Frederick, painter, res 524 E 

Washington. 
Brommer Frederick jr, butcher, res 500 E 

Washington. 
Brommer Wm, mach Otto Stechhan, bds 

224 E Washington. 
Bronner, .see a/so Bruner. 
Bronson, see Brumon. 
Bronson Charles S, foreman E C Atkins & 

Co, res 664 N Mississippi. 
Bronson Frederii k A, elk I B & W freight 

house, bds 18 Blackford. 
Bronson Harry P, elk I B & W Ry, bds 

227 N Tennessee. 
Bronson Henry M, general ticket agt I B 

& W^ Rv, res 227 N Tennessee. 
Bronson Stott A, bill elk I B & W Ry, res 

18 Blackford. 
Bronson Wm S, elk I B& W Ry, bds 227 

N Tennessee. 
Bronstrup Henry lab Kingau & Co, res 

519 E Georgia. 
Bronstrup Wm, varnisher, res 519 E Geor- 
gia. 
Brook, ,see also Btoclc. 
Brook .John, weaver George Merrittit Co, 

res 26 Minerva. 
Brooker Mary E, res 763 N Mississippi. 

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Brooks Alice D (wid Bennett), res 163 
John. 

Brooks Annie (wid Peter), bds 118 Brook- 
side ave. 

Brooks Bartholomew D, mach, res 118 
Brookside ave. 

Brooks Bertha, bds 497^ S Tennessee. 

*Brooks Calvin F, barber Bates House, res 
rear 328 N Illinois. 

*Brooks_ Cassius W, lab, bds rear 328 N 
Illinois. 

Brooks Catherine (wid Emory), res 591 S 
Meridian. 

Brooks Charles E, asst treas Indpls Malle- 
able Iron Co, res 284 N Meridian. 

Brooks David, lab, bds 503 S Tennessee. 

*Brooks Dicey (wid Guilford), bds rear 327 
S Penn. 

*Brooks Edmund, farmer, res s e cor gang- 
ster ave and Rebecca. 

Brooks Edward, lab, bds G Brooks, Haugh- 
ville. 

Brooks Emma J, domestic 248 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Brooks George, carp, res Haughville. 

Brooks Harriet (wid Samuel), res 503 S 
Tennessee. 

■■•■Brooks Henrietta, bds 232 W 5th. 

"'■■'Brooks James H, teamster Cutler & Sav- 
idge Lumber Co, res 141 Darnell. 

Brooks James M, res 318 N Delaware. 

'■Brooks .Jeremiah, lab, res Irvington. 

Brooks John, brakeman, bds 41 Madison 
ave. 

Brooks John, carp, res 333 S Meridian. 

*Brooks John, lab, res 22 Bismarck. 

Brooks John M, elk Grand Hotel, res same. 

Brooks John W, bkkpr Van Tilburgh & 
Janes, res 279 Broadway. 

Brooks Josie, domestic 102 N Noble. 

Brooks Mrs Lena L, bds 441 N Meridian. 

'■■■Brooks Maria (wid .James), res 232 W 5th. 

Brooks Martha (wid Henry), bds 535 W 
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O, Mnfrs of Lubricating, Illuminating 

and Harness Oils, J Francis Burt Mngr, 

60 S Penn ; Telephone 460. 
Brooks Samuel S, res 22 Everett (W I)._ 
Brooks Thomas, bookbinder Sentinel Print- 
ing Co, bds 333 S Meridian. 
Brooks Wm, lab, bds s w cor Meridian and 

Eaymond. 
*Brooks Wm H, waiter, rms 232 W 5th. 
Brooks Wm E, mach hand Sarven wheel 

wks, bds 497 S Tennessee. 
Brooks Wm E, second hand furniture 281 

E Washington, res 359 E Market. 
Brooksmith George, elk N Y store, rms 131 

W Ohio. 
Broomer, see Brommer and Brummer. 
Broomfield, see Brumfield. 
Brosins George W, painter, res 529^ 

Illinois. 
Brosnan, see also Bresnan. 
Brosnan Bros & Co (Daniel D 

and John D Brosnan), Dry Goods 37 

and 39 S Illinois. 
Brosnan Daniel D (Brosnan Bros & Co), 

res 153 N West. 
Brosnan Daniel J, shoes 58 Indiana ave, 

res 118 W New York. 
Brosnan Hannah, elk, bds 153 N West. 
Brosnan James Y, elk D J Sullivan, res 410 

W New York. 
Brosnan John D (Brosnan Bros <& Co), res 

153 N West. 
Brosnan Lawrence, elk Brosnan Bros & Co, 

bds 153 N West. 
Brossel Hubert, shoemkr 39 W Market, res 

370 same. 
Brouder, see Browder and Bruder 
Brough Frank, trav agt Moore ACoughlen, 

rms 188 N Illinois. 
Brough George, butcher, res 66 Railroad. 
Brough Mary, waitress Sherman Cafe, bds 

66 Railroad. 
Broughton, see also Braughton. 
Broughton Moses T. lab Hall & Lilly, res 

102 Chadwick. 
Broughton Perry, teamster, res w s Wil- 
liams 6 s of Morris (W I). 
Broughton Samuel, foreman J O D Lilly 

& Sons, res w s Rose 2 s of Grant. 
Brouking Charles, elk, res 403 Park ave. 
Brouse Charles W (C W Brouse <^ Co), res 

Stratford, Ind. 
Brouse C ^W & Co, (Charles W 

Brouse) Real Estate and Loan Agents, 

32 E Market. 
Brouse David W, elk II W Tutewiler, res 

68 Arch. 
Brouse Elmer M, elk, bds 72 Broadway. 
Brouse Hattie E, milliner Mrs Eveline 

Brian, res 68 Arch. 
Brouse Thomas W, collector Drs Runnels 

and Clarke, res 72 Broadway. 
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Browder Cornelius, lawyer, rms 224 N West 

*Browder Diiuiel, lab, res e s Tennessee 3 n 
of 10th (N I). 

Browder Wilber F, asst Reporter Supreme 
Court, res 94 Hoyt ave. 

Brower A G (Brower & Love Bros) res 
Utica, N Y. 

Brower Daniel W, canvasser, res 432 E 
North. 

Bro-wer & Love Bros (A G 
Brower, J R and H M Love), Indiana 
Warp Mill e bank White river, W 
Washington. 

Brown, see aUo Br aim, 

Brown Aaron, carriagemkr Backus & Rea- 
gan, res 38 VV Market. 

*Brown Aaron, lab, rms 10 Central ave. 

Brown's Abstract Office, I & L M Brown 
proprs 66 E Market. 

Brown Addie, bds 383 N Alabama. 

Brown Albert, butcher abattoir, res 376 
L^nion. 

Brown Albert, lab, res 22 Wyoming. 

Brown Albert, photographer 68 S Illinois, 
rms 285 same. 

Brown Albert A, printer J R Monroe, res 
134 N Illinois. 

Brown Albert G, trav agt, res 345 Ash. 

Brown Albert W, printer Sentinel, bds En- 
terprise Hotel. 

Brown Alcey A, nurse, rms 69 Vine. 

*Brown Alexander, lab, res 178 Indiana 
ave. 

Brown Alexander, restaurant 132 S Illi- 
nois, rms 123 same. 

Brown Alfred M, carp C C Foster Lumber 
Co, bds 496 N Mississippi. 

*Brown Alice, bds 47 Beeler. 

Brown Alice (wid J J H), rms 166i W 
Washington. 

Brown Alice B (wid R A), bds 140 E 
North. 

Brown Allen M, carp I D & S Ry, res El- 
der (W I). 

Brown Alva B, elk F M Ryan, res 383 
N Alabama. 

*Brown Amelia (wid Isaac), laundress, res 
rear 84 N Illinois. 

Brown Amy (Brown & Hazelrigg), bds 
Brown House. 

Brown Andrew, blksmith Haugh, Ketcham 
& Co, bds 263 S Meridian. 

Brown Andrew, lab, res rear 15 Madison 
ave. 

Brown Andrew O, mach, res s e cor IIow- 
land and Nicholas. 

Brown Angeline P, teacher high schools 
Nos 1 and 2, bds 48 W North. 

Brown Ann (wid Edward), res 441 In- 
diana ave. 

Brown Anna B, printer A R Baker, bds 25 
Biddle. 

Brown Anna E H (wid Obediah), bds 378 
N Alabama. 



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Brown Anna M (wid Philip H), res 395 

College ave. 
Brown Anthony, expressman, res 439 E 7th. 
Brown Arthur, attorney, rms 80 W St 

Clair. 
Brown Arthur G, elk Jones, McKee & Co, 

bds 371 Mississippi. 
*Brown Austin, driver G F Branham, res 

445 E Ohio. 
Brown Austin H, pres Masonic Mutual 

Benefit Society, res 290 S Meridian. 
Brown Austin H jr, elk C B Cones, Son & 

Co, bds 290 S Meridian. 
Brown Bell (wid Wm H), res 109 E Wash- 
ington. 
Brown Belle, domestic 623 N Penn. 
Brown Benjamin M, engineer C I St L & 

C Ry, res 21 Spann ave. 
*Brown Betty, laundress, bds 230 Belle- 

fontaine. 
Brown Block, n w cor Penn and Washing- 
ton. 
Brown Brice P, city agt Syfers, McBride 

& Co, res 218 Huron. 
Brown Carrie H, teacher public school No 

6, bds 421 Broadway. 
Brown Celia A, cashr Royal Tea Store, 

bds 84 Dougherty. 
Brown Charles, butcher, res 376 Union. 
Brown Charles, fireman I B & W Ry, bds 

28 Everett (W I). 
*Brown Charles, lab, res e s JefTerson ave, 

4 s of Clifford ave. 
Brown Charles, photographer, 121 W 

Washington, res 285 S Illinois. 
Brown Charles C, lab Atkins saw works, 

bds 369 S Illinois. 
®Brown Charles E W, waiter N «& G 

Ohmer, rms 140 W 6th. 
Brown Charles H. elk C St L & P R R, 

bds 38 W Market. 
Brown Charles J, supt Indpls stereotype 

works, res 412 N New Jersey. 
*Brown Charles R, cook Spencer House, 

res 121 W 4th. 



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*Brown Charles W, barber Henry Moore 

& Co, res 71 Indiana ave. 
"Brown Clara, domestic 252 N Meridian. 
Brown Clara S, teacher tp school No 8, 

bds e s Baltimore ave cor English. 
Brown Cyrus W, com mer 58 S Penn, res 

181 St Mary. 
Brown C Edward, elk New California 

House. 
Brown Danforth, special agt JEtna Ins Co 

19J N Penn, bds Bates House. 
Brown Daniel R, res 49 School. 
Brown Darwin W, collector Adams Mnfg 

Co, res 388 N Alabama. 
Brown David C, conductor I B & W Ry, 

res 327 N Illinois. 
Brown Demarchus C, prof Greek Butler 

University, res Irvington. 
Brown Dennis, cooper Daniel Burton, res 

441 Indiana ave. 
Brown Edgar A (Brown & Harvey), and 

notary public 36J E Washington, res 129 

W 2d. 
Brown Edna, domestic 174 Central ave. 
Brown Edward, butcher, res 290 Chestnut. 
Brown Edward, lab, bds Jacob Brown 
, (WI). 

'-Brown Edward R, lab, rms 68 N Missouri, 
*Brown Eliza (wid James), domestic 66J 

N Penn. 
Brown Elizabeth (wid George C), res 383 

N Alabama. 
Brown Elizabeth E, seamstress, bds 17 N 

East. 
Brown Ellen, bds Mrs H Brown (N I). 
*Brown Ellen, cook 82 W North. 
Brown Ellis, cooper D Burton, rms 205 W 

Ohio. 
*Brown Elvin, lab, res 211 W 2d. 
Brown Elwood E, sewing machines 11 Vir- 
ginia ave, rms 25| W Washington. 
Brown Emma V, teacher public school No 

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Brown Ernest E, sewing machine agt, rms 

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Brown Ernest J, wheelmkr Indpis wheel 
works, res 22 Wyoming. 

*Brown Frank, res 41 5 N Illinois. 

Brown Frank, cabinetmkr C Kliefgen, res 
303 Indiana ave. 

Brown Frank, lab, bds Jacob Brown (WI). 

Brown Frank A, trav agt H T Conde, res 
cor Walcott and Sturm. 

Brown Frank E, elk J W Brown, bds cor 
North and New Jersey. 

Brown Frank J, cashr I B & W Ry, bd» 
325 N Mississippi. 

Brown Frank L, lab Atlas works,res 734 E 
7th. 

Brown Frederick, gnsfitter C W Meikel. 

Brown Frederick A, perfumes Woodruff 
Place, res same. 

*Brown Garrett, coachman 627 N Meri- 
dian. 

Brown George, farmer, res 295 Prospect. 

Brown George, fireman I &StLRy, res8 
Yandes. 

Brown George A J, bkkpr Haugh, Ketch- 
am & Co, res 37y N Alabama. 

*Brown George F, bds 157 Agnes. 

Brown George H, fireman I «&St L Ry, res 
14 Yandes. 

Brown George J, physician 65 N Illinois, 
rms same. 

Brown George T, stainer Western Furni- 
ture Co, bds 295 Prospect. 

Brown George W, boots and shoes 78 
Mass ave, res 456 Clifford ave. 

Brown George W, lab Sarveu wheel works, 
res 270 S Illinois. 

Brown Grace C, teacher, bds 470 N Ala- 
bama. 

Brown Harriet (wid Ellison), res Udell 
(NI). 

"Brown Harrison, lab Indpis Stove Co, res 
rear 446 Central ave. 

Brown Hattie E (wid Ira A), bds 456 
Broadway. 

*Brown Henry, coachman Mrs C C Bobbs. 

*Brown Henry, lab, res 157 Agnes 

Brown Henry, lab, res 425 Lafayette R R. 

Brown Henry, lab, bds 257 S Mississippi. 

Brown Henry L, bkkpr D Stewart, res 290 
Lincoln ave. 

Brown Henry L, mach, res 27^ Virginia 
ave, 

*Brown Henry T, driver Miller & Hart- 
man, bds 477 Superior. 

Brown Hilton U, city reporter Indpis News, 
res 361 Mass ave. 

Brown Hiram, chief elk Thomas C Day & 
Co, res 203 E South. 

Brown Horace G, bds 49 School, 

BrO'fvn House, Brown & Hazelrigg 
Proprs, 85 to 89 N Delaware. 

Brown H Leonard, bds s e cor Baltimore 
and English ave. 

Brown Ignatius (Brown's Abstract oflSce) 
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lirown Isaac B, lab, biLs 90 Chadwick. 
Brown Isaac I. coal 278 E Washington, res 

274 E Court. 
Brown Jacob, farmer, res w s Belmont ave 

1 n of Morris (W I). 
Brown Jacob G, cooper Consolidated Tank 

Line Co, res 23 N California. 
Brown James, driver Noel Bros, bds 265 

W Washington. 
*Brown James, lab, bds 115 Mulberry. 
Brown James B, plasterer, res 58 Lord. 
Brown James I), paperhanger, res 132 E 

North. 
Brown James G, tailor, res s w cor Walcott 

and Sturm. 
Brown James W, civil engineer, res Mil- 

lersville pike 1 w of College ave. 
Brown James W, fireman Elevator A, res 

37 State (W I). 
*Brown Jemima, rras 102 N Missouri. 
*Brown Jeremiah, lab, res 349 N Alabama. 
Brown .Jennie, sorter U S Encaustic Tile 

wks, bds 520 N California. 
Brown Jennie B, elk Brosnan Bros & Co, 

bds 441 Indiana ave. 
Brown Jennie M, seamstress Home Friend- 
less Colored Children- 
Brown Jennie S, elk N Y store, bds 131 N 

Alabama. 
*Brown .lesse, waiter, rms 82 W Market. 
Brown .Jesse C, janitor public school No 

10, res same. 
Brown Jesse H, teacher drawing public 

schools, res 421 Broadway. 
Brown Jessie, attendant Insane Hospital. 
Brown John, car driver, bds 401 Blake. 
Brown John, ironwkr Haugh, Ketcham <k 

Co, bds 263 S Meridian. 
Brown John, plasterer, bds 58 Lord. 
Brown John,shoemkr, res 84 Dougherty. 
Brown John, sorter Sarven wheel wks, res 

567 S Illinois. 
*Brown John, teamster Cutler & Savidge 

Lumber Co, res 275 Alvord. 
Brown John A, blksmith Belt R R, res 

90 Chadwick. 
Brown John D, bds 130 E St Joseph. 
Brown .John E, bookbinder Carlon «& Hol- 

lenbeck, bds 84 Dougherty. 
Brown John E, painter Haugh, Ketcham 

& Co, bds 423 Madison ave. 
Brown John F. foreman bindery A R Ba- 
ker, res 138 Huron. 
Brown John G, res 300 N New, Jersey. 
Brown John H F, tinner Indpls Gas 

Light & Coke Co, bds 388 N Alabama. 
Brown John M, lab, res 79 Chadwick. 
Brown John R, physician Indiana Hos- 
pital for Insane. 
Brown| John W, lab Haugh, Ketcham ik 

Co, bds 263 S Meridian. 
Brown John W, res 135 Pleasant. 
Brown John W, boot and shoes, res s e cor 

Baltimore and English aves. 



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91 North I'ennsylv.inia St. Deiiison Hotel Block. 

Brown John W, fireman I D & S Ry, res s 
s Morris, 1 e of Reisner (W I). 

*Brown John W, janitor Wilson block, 
res same. 

IJrown John W, mach Haugh. Ketcham 
& Co, bds s ecor Howland and Nicholas. 

Brown .Joseph .\, lab J M i*fc I R R, re8 256i 
E McCarty. 

Brown Joseph F, elk county clerk's office, 
res 325 N Mississippi. 

Brown Joseph H (Brown <*fe Ferguson), res 
49 Wood lawn ave. 

Brown .Joseph H, painter, res 301 E (.ieor- 
gia. 

Brown Joseph .J, bkkpr 1 P Evans & Co, 
res 468 N Alabama. 

Brown Joseph P, cigar stand Court House 
lobby, res 409 N New Jersey. 

*Brown Josephus, hostler H F Wood, ri's 
102 N Missouri. 

Brown Julia A, bds 421 N Pine. 

Brown .J Burgess, genl R R excursion agt, 
res 974 N Tennessee. 

Brown Katie, laundress Insane Hospital. 

Brown Lewis J, painter Shover & Chris- 
tian, res 152 W Washington. 

Brown Lindsay M (Brown's abstract of- 
fice), rms 66 E Market. 

Brown Louis, rms 166o W Washington. 

Brown Lucy, teacher public school No 22, 
bds 84 Dougherty. 

Brown Mamie E, bds 135 Pleasant. 

Bro'vvn Ularcus I,, Wholesale Lum- 
ber 14 37^ W Washington, res 371 N 
Mississippi. 

Brown Martin, blksmith, bds 423 Madison 
ave. 

Brown Mary (wid Frank), bds 185 E Court. 

Brown Mary (wid Richard), bds 118 N 
East. 

*Brown Mary, domestic s e cor Brook- 
side and Keystone aves. 

Brown Mary, dressmkr, bds 113 Davidson. 

Brown Marv C (wid Allen), stenographer 
H T Con<le, bds 363 N Alabama. 

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^^alj'^. Brown Mary E, tailoress, res 131 N Ala- 
Sgi-b' bama. 

i^^« Brown Mary E, bds 388 N Alabama. 
sjaoiHo *Brown Mary W (wid John), res 47 Beeler. 
< — , — ' Brown Mattie, bds rear 446 Central ave. 
^ Brown Maurice, fireman L N A & C R R, 
^ bds Mrs L A Wells. 

<— ; Brown Mary B, teacher public school No 
C3 13, bds 203 E South. 
*' — * *Brown McKenzie, res 370 N Mississippi. 

^ Brown Michael F, painter Frank Fertig, 
)*^ res 477 N California. 

Brown Mollie, nurse Insane Hospital. 
^'^ Brown Morton, lab Ewart Mnfg Co, bds 
*-^ 324 Blake. 

Brown Nancy A (wid John F), dressmkr, 

484 W North, res same. 
Brown Nancy A (wid Richard H), res 29 

School. 
Brown Mrs Nancy M, bds 246 N Illinois. 
*Brown Nannie, bds 157 Agnes. 
Brown Nathaniel J, engineer Masonic 

Temple, rms 23 same. 
Brown Nelson O, conductor C H & I R R, 

res 773 E Washington. 
Brown Nicholas,stage hand Dime Museum, 

bds 383 S Delaware. 
Brown Oren, lab, bds 105 Minerva. 
Brown Orno M, elk IDA S Ry, bds 395 

College ave. 
Brown Oral, driver, bds 184 Indiana ave. 
Brown Owen, lab Denison House. 
Brown Patrick, lab, res 383 S Delaware. 
Brown Paul, carp Nordyke & Mormon Co. 
Brown Paulena, elk. bds 22 Wvoming. 
Brown Peter, lab, bds 338 N P'ine. 
Brown Philip, painter, bds 322 W Wash- 
ington. 
Brown Rebecca, res 17 Hosbrook. 
Brown Richard, teamster Frank Bird. 
Brown Richard H, foreman engine Co No 

3, res 255 S New Jersey. 
Brown Richard H, Ry adv agt, bds 118 N 
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Brown Rinehart, gasfitter J G Smith, res 

S East nr Belt R R. 
*Brown Robert, driver A B Meyer & Co, 

res 450 Lincoln ave. 
Brown Robert, finisher Sarven wheel wks, 

res 293 W Morris. 
*Brown Robert, lab, res 232 E Pearl. 
*Brown Robert, porter Vandalia Line, 

rms 11 Wilson block. 
Brown Robert, printer, bds 224 S West. 
Brown Robert A, horseshoer 29 Bird, res. 

33 Paca. 
Brown Robert J, printer, W A Patton, res 

224 S West. 
*Brown Rolla (wid Hector), bds 206 Elm. 
Brown Rollin D, fireman Wm F Piel & 

Co, res 42 Thomas. 
Brown Rosanna (wid Wm G), res 37 State 

(WI). 
Brown Ryland T, scientist, res 13 Central 

ave. 
*Brown Mrs Sallie, hair dresser Mrs A S 

Fowler, res 71 Indiana ave. 
Brown Samuel, bridge carp, res 445 E Mc- 

Carty. 
Brown Samuel H, flagman Belt R R, res 

s s Beecher 2 e of Shelby. 
*Brown Samuel M, bartender, rms 153 W 

Maryland. 
*Brown Scott, lab, rese s GufBn 1 n of 7th. 
Brown Susan (wid Wm J), res 300 S Meri- 
dian. 
Brown S W, carp J N Millikan & Co. 
Brown Thomas, lab, bds 383 S Delaware. 
Brown Thomas D, carp, res 92 Railroad. 
Brown Thomas F, painter Dean Bros steam 

pump works, bds 84 Dougherty. 
Brown Thomas L, lab, res 520 N Cali- 
fornia. 
Brown Thomas W, elk Order of Chosen 

Friends, res 80 N Noble. 
Brown Virgil R, elk I B & W Ry, bds 325 

N Mississippi. 
*Brown Walker, hostler 410 N Meridian, 

res 19 Maria. 
Brown Walter, mach, res 31 Walcott. 
Brown Walter S, drugs 90 Ft Wayne ave, 

res same. 
*Brown Wesley, hostler 670 N Illinois. 
*Brown Wm, hostler D T Fortt, rms 75 E 

Wabash. 
*Brown Wm, lab car works, res 15 Arch. 
Brown Wm, yardmaster Bee Line, re& 

Brightwood. 
*Brown Wm H, livery rear 548 N Tenn- 
essee, res 128 W 1st. 
Brown Wm H, upholsterer T Madden, res 

445 E McCarty. 
Brown Wm H, vice-pres Haugh, Ketcham 

& Co, res 280 N Meridian. 
Brown Wm J, bkkpr B & O Tel Co, res 203 

N Illinois. 
Brown Wm J, trav agt Murphy, Hibben & 

Co, bds 290 S Meridian. 



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Brown Wm M D, barber 69 N Tennessee, 

res 137 W 10th. 
Brown Wm R, bkkpr Haugh, Keteham & 

Co, bds 280 N Meridian. 
Brown Wm S, lab, res 39 Greenwood. 
Brown Wm T (Brown & Bobbins), res 456 

Broadway. 
*Brown Zachariah, lab, res rear 24 Colum- 
bia ave. 
Brown Zachariah A, carp, res 262 W Pearl. 
Brown & Ferguson ( Josepli H Brown, Rob- 
ert A Ferguson), stoves and tinware 13 

Shelby. 
Bro"wn & Harvey (Edgar A Brown, 

Lawson M Harvey), Lawyers 863 E 

Washington. 
Bro^VIl & Hazelrigg (Miss Amy 

Brown, Mrs Ada Hazelrigg), Proprietors 

Brown House 85 to 89 N Delaware. 
Brown & Bobbins (Wm T ^rown, Charles 

F Bobbins), lawyers 23 Vance block. 
Browne Henry J, physician 94 N Meridian, 

rms same. 
Browne Melvin, elk Brightwood Home, res 

same. 
Brownell Charles A, trav agt, res 45 Col- 
lege ave. 
Brownell Charles C, agt Metropolitan Life 

Ins Co of N Y, res 366 W 1st. 
Browner, see ako Bruner. 
Browner Frank, molder Indpls Mall Iron 

works, res Haughviile. 
Browufield James H, elk, bds 424 E St 

Clair. 
Brownfield John (Mattler & Brownfield), 

res 305 Ash. 
Browning, see also Brauning, Bruen'mg and 

Bruning. 
Browning Blanch, res 201 E Market. 
Browning Bushrod T, elk Browning & 

Sloan, res 700 N Meridian, 
Browning Charles O, res 381 Coburn. 
Browning Eliza G, asst librarian Public 

Library, bds 300 S Meridian. 
Browning Elizabeth (wid John), bds 174 

Olive. 
Browning Mrs Elizabeth C, res 206 Blake. 
Browning Frank, trav agt A Kiefer & Co, 

res 299 N Alabama. 
Browning Harry S, fireman Bee Line, bds 

460 E North. 
Browning Henry L, chief elk registry dept 

P O Union Depot branch, res 300 S Me- 
ridian. 
Browning John W, conductor, res 80 W^ 

St Clair. 
Browning Lewis, elk, bds 174 Olive. 
Browning Lillie D, bds 80 W St Clair. 
Browning Malcom H, truckman C H & I 

R R, res 460 E North. 
Browning Mary A (wid Woodville), res 

300 S Meridi n. 
Browning Nannie, dressmkr, bds 368 Olive. 
Browning Nellie H, bds 80 W St Clair. 



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Browning Robert (Browning & Sloan), res 

700 N Meridian. 
Browning Robert C, elk Browning & Sloan, 

res 839 N Illinois. 
Browning Reason, teamster Nordyke & 

Marmon Co, res 34 Church. 
Browning Wm J, physician Indiana Hos- 
pital for Insane. 
Browning Wm N, lab Kingan & Co, res 206 

Blake. 
Browning Wm W, night elk Denison 

House. 
Browning Wood, druggist 364 Blake, res 

same. 
Browning & Sloan Estate, J R Elder re- 
ceiver, who and ret druggists 7 and 9 E 

Washington. 
Brownlee Rolla A, elk W K Thompson, 

bds 194 N California. 
Brownlee Thomas, baker Parrott & Taggart, 

bds 220* E Washington. 
Brownlee Thomas, trav agt E H Stuntz, 

res 194 N California. 
Brownstrup, see Bronsirup. 
^Broyles Frances E (wid Moses), res 242 

Bright. 
*Broyles Jo.seph H, molder, res 242 Bright. 
Broz Frank, sawyer W Kautsky, res 25 

Downey. 
Bruce Alexander (Bruce & Son), res 598 

Virginia ave. 
Bruce Ann, bds 179 E Ohio. 
Bruce Charles, engineer water works, res 

201 Blake. 
Bruce David, solicitor, res 239 Woodlawn 

ave. 
Bruce D W, engineer I B & W Ry. 
Bruce Ella, housekeeper, res 598 Virginia 

ave. 
Bruce Emanuel, policeman, res 565 S 

Meridian. 
Bruce Eva, bds 598 Virginia ave. 
Bruce Frederick, wrapper Gem Steam 

Laundry, res 40 Brookside ave. 



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Solicitor of American and Foreign Patents, 10 and 18 

I Hubbard BlocI:, Indianapolis, Ind., and Le Droit 

Building, opp. TI. S. Patent OHce, Washington, 

D.C. See advertisement under head of 

"Patent Solicitors" in classified list. 

Bruce George W, bailiff Superior Court 

No 1, res 83 Woodlawn ave. 
Bruce Miss Grace I, bds 25 S Pine. 
*Bruce Green, lab res 117 Maxwell. 
Bruce Hettie E, res 27^ Virginia ave. 
Bruce James, engineer Denisou House. 
Bruce James A, florist s w cor College ave 

and Bruce, res same. 
Bruce James P (Bruce & Son), res 598 

Virginia ave. 
Bruce John, coremkr Indpls Mall Iron Co, 

bds H Davis, Haughville, 
Bruce John W, farmer, res cor Park ave 

and Bruce. 
Bruce Joseph G, elk Adams Ex Co, res 160 

Woodlawn ave. 
Bruce Maggie, elk Bruce & Son, bds 598 

Virginia ave. 
Bruce Mary J, bds 20 S Pine. 
Bruce Nellie I, bds 20 S Pine. 
Bruce Park, n s Bruce n e Greenwood. 
Bruce Robert, molder Atlas works, bds 13 

Eussell ave. 
Bruce Robert, mach, bds 40 Brookside ave. 
Bruce Robert, molder Indpls Rolling Mill 

Co, res 199 S Illinois. 
Bruce Robert, lab, bds 103 W South. 
Bruce Samuel M, Lawyer Room 

6 Thorpe Block, res 308 Ash. 
I Bruce Saul, res 40 Brookside ave. 
*Bruce Simon, porter, bds rear 376 N Illi- 
nois. 
Bruce Thomas, mach Atlas works, res 217 

Yandes. 
Bruce Wallace, pastry cook N & G Ohmer, 

res 78 Iowa. 
Bruce Wm C, engineer water works, res 301 

Blake. 
Bruce Wm F, lab, res 21 Spruce. 
Bruce Wm J, baker 81 Fort Wayne ave, 

res same. 
Bruce & Son (Alexander and James P), 

bakers 598 and 600 Virginia ave. 
Bruck, see also Brock and Brook. 



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Bruck John, foreman wash-house Maus 

Brewery, res 116 Minerva. 
Bruder, see also Browder. 
Bruder Frederick W, pedler, res 78 Agnes. 
Bruder Jacob B, bds 48 Athon, 
Bruder John, bookbinder Hasselman- 

Journal Co, rms 56 Thorpe block. 
Brudigam, see Braeutigam. 
Brueckner Frederick C, brewer, res 473 S 

New Jersey. 
Brueckner Theodore, florist E Corneli, rms 

452 N Illinois. 
Brueggemann Caroline (wid Wm), res 67 

N Noble. 
Bruening, see also Brauning, Browning and 

Bruning. 
Bruening Wm, lab, res e bank White river 

1 sq n of Washington. 
Bruggner Joseph, polisher Indpls Picture 

Frame Co, res 209 Lincoln Lane. 
Bruhn August, porter Robertson & Perry, 

res 26 Church. 
Bruhn Wm, helper Parrott & Taggart, res 

26 Church. 
Brukk Herman, editor German Telegraph, 

res 246 E McCarty. 
Brumfield Addie, dressmkr Mrs CF Farns- 

worth, res 315 Indiana ave. 
Brumfield Martha (wid Samuel H) dress- 
mkr, res 315 Indiana ave. 
Brumfield Perry W, carp, bds 315 Indiana 

ave. 
Brum ley, see also Bromley. 
Brumley Alice A, dressmkr, bds 124 Hos- 

brook. 
Brumley Edie E, seamstress Jennie Cot- 
ton, bds 124 Hosbrook. 
Brumley Nancy C (wid John A), res 124 

Hosbrook. 
Brumley Wm F, mach G W Hill & Co, 

res 124 Hosbrook. 
Brummer, see also Brommer. 
Brummer Albert, piano tuner, bds 425 N 

Illinois. 
Brummer Lizzie, domestic 627 N Meridian. 
Brummer Robert, law student H D Pierce, 

bds 425 N Illinois. 
Brummett Martin A, lab, res e s Columbia 

ave 1 s of Belt R R. 
Brunce Charles W, driver Maus' brewery, 

bds 136 Patterson. 
Brundage Edgar, elk Union Ry Co, res 

225 English ave. 
Brundage Edward C, mngr Bird's transfer, 

res 115 N New Jersey. 
Brundage Samuel M, elk When Clothing 

Store, bds 129 N Illinois. 
Brune August, molder Indpls Foundry Co, 

res 53 Fayette. 
Brunei August, bartender A Hitzelberger, 

res 82 S Delaware. 
Bruner, see also Browner. 
Bruner Albert, baker P F Bryce, bds 345 

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Bruner Anderson, brick nr<nfr, bdsl68 Ash. 

Bruner Augustus, pres Roofing, Tile & 
Clay Co, res 168 Ash. 

Bruner Blanche, bds 304 N Pine. 

Bruner Charlotte (wid Martin), dressmkr 
30 N East, res same. 

Bruner Edward S, broommkr M C Hol- 
man, rms 66 Virginia ave. 

Bruner Emil, harnessmkr St Ry Co, res 
378 S Illinois. 

Bruner Frederick, hostler St Ry Co, res 
418J S Meridian. 

Bruner Frederick, city agt J L Keach, res 
9 Athon. 

Bruner Jacob M, foreman Bee Line, res 
304 N Pine. 

Bruner John, driver P Hansen, bds 345 S 
East. 

Rruner Samuel G, mach hand Dean Bros 
Steam Pump Works, bds 345 S East. 

Brunett Jennie, domestic 84 Harrison. 

Brunimer, see Brunmemer. 

Bruning, see aho Brauning, Brownincj and 
Bruening. 

Bruning Charles F, apprentice Fairbanks 
& Co, bds 137 W Wabash. 

Bruning Frederick, drayman D Stewart, 
res 439 S Meridian. 

Bruning Frederick W, elk Ward Bros, bds 
439 S Meridian. 

Bruning Henry, carp, bds 379 S Delaware. 

Bruning John F, carp, res 379 S Delaware. 

Bruning Louis, framemkr Indpls Picture 
Frame Co, bds 379 S Delaware. 

Bruning Wm, wks M & C Union, res rear 
Geisendorffs woolen mill. 

Brunker Thomas, engineer I B & W Ry, 
res 100 Bates. 

Brunnemer George C, driver F M Arch- 
deacon, res 107 Douglass. 

Brunner Caroline (wid John), grocer 686 
N Mississippi, res same. 

Brunnhoefer Christian, bricklayer, res 199 
Lincoln Lane. 

Bruns, see also Brauntz. 

Bruns Frederick, lab, res 22 Mulberry. 

Bruns Henry, res 122 E McCarty. 

Brunsma John, lab J Allerdice, res coun- 
try. 

Brunson, see aho Branson and Bronson. 

Brunson Benjamin R, bds 805 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Brunson Henry C ( Brunson & Springer and 
H C Brunson & Co), res 305 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Brunson El C & Co (Henry C 
Brunson), Head Lining Mnfrs cor Canal 
and St Clair. 

Brunson Orzelia (wid Newton), res 105 
Lexington ave. 

Brunson & Sprin8:er (Henry C 
Brunson, Isaac Springer), Mnfs of Trunks 
and Packing Boxes, Wheelbarrows, etc, 
cor Canal and St Clair ; Telephone 876. 



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Brunswick-Balke-CoUender Co The, Fred- 
erick Richt agt, billiard tables 73 S Illi- 
nois. 
Brunswick Hotel The, 16 to 22 Circle. 
Brunswick Maurice (Adolph Kahn <fe Co), 

bds 128 N East. 
Brunz, see Brauntz and Bruns. ^Tl 

Brush George E, floor walker When Cloth- I- -* 

ing store, res 229 E Vermont. H""^ 

Brush John C, lawyer 1 Odd Fellows Hall, >- 

bds Denison House. ^"^ 

Brush John T (Owen Bros & Co), bds *- 

Bates House. C^^ 

Brush Mary (wid Stephen N), bds 382 E ^^ 

Michigan. . , _ 

Bryan, see also Brian and O'Brien. 
Bryan Anna B, teacher public school No flj 

25, bds 122 Olive. t^ J" 

Bryan Annie E, res 347 N Illinois. O^ ^ 

Bryan Dennis, butcher, res w s Meridian 3 cD ^ 

s of Belt R R. ^< 

Bryan Felix A, druggist 100 Mass ave, res 5 CD 

187 N Alabama. p ^ 

Bryan Harry, elk Penn Co, bds 326 Vir- O qt 

ginia ave. CO O 

Bryan Harry H, salesman Consolidated CO ^ 

Tank Line Co, res 133 Huron. P ^ 

Bryan Harvey A, lab Kingan & Co, bds 119 « 

Patterson. ct 

Bryan James IW, Druggist 134 S II- ■ — ^ 

linois, res 748 N Illinois. ^^ 

Bryan John M, druggist 302 N Mississippi, r^H 

res 293 same. " ■■ 

Bryan John F, engineer F M Bachman, res Q 

92 Nebraska ^"^ 

Bryan John T, carp U S Encaustic Tile p] 

works, res 326 Virginia ave. i^ 
Bryan Lewis M, lab, bds 119 Patterson. ^ 
Bryan Lillie, elk the Millstone and Corn 

Miller, bds 326 Virginia ave. ^^ 

Bryan Michael, helper car works, res 444 L J 

S West. □ 

Bryan Nancy (wid Albert H), res 347 N , , 

Illinois. NT"^ 

Bryan Philip L, lab, bds 119 Patterson. r* 

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12 and 15 Thorpe Block. 

Rryan Robert T creamery, res w s Missis- 
sippi 2 n of Walnut. 
Bryan Robert T, pharmacist, bds 368 N 



Bryan Solon L, elk, res 122 Olive. 

Bryan Thomas N, physician 346 E South, 
res same. 

*Bryant Albert, lab, bds 274 W Court. 

*Bryant Alexander, lab, bds 274 W Court. 

Bryant Belle, nurse 74 W Michigan. 

Bryant Bennett, gardener, res 23d (N I). 

*Bryant Boll. lab. res rear 135 Agnes. 

Bryant's Business College. 
See Indianapolis Business University. 
{See front cover and p 29.) 

Bryant David C, photographer 6.] E Wash- 
ington, res 31 Olive. 

Bryant Earl H, pat bed bottoms, res 232 
Chestnut. 

Bryant Elwin, foreman Indpls Fertilizer 
Co, res Sellers Farm ( W I). 

Bryant Edwin D, grocer 151 W Washing- 
ton, res 476 N Tennessee. 

Bryant Harry, switchman C C C & I Ry, 
res 581 W Washington. 

Bryant Hiram E, molder car works, bds 
590 Morris (W I). 

Bryant James, physician, res 126 E Pratt. 

Bryant Jay F, printer Hasselman-Journal 
Co, bds 240 N Tennessee. 

Bryant John W, bds 384 N Tennessee. 

*Bryant Lewis, hostler 66 N Meridian. 

*Bryant Louisa E (wid Wiley), bds 165 
Minerva. 

Bryant Maggie, attendant Insane Hospital. 

Bryant Margaret E, bds 967 N Mississippi. 

Bryant Nathan W (Bryant & Dierdorf), res 
967 N Mississippi. 

*Bryant Penny (wid Albert), res 274 W 
Court. 

Bryant Rebecca F, housekpr 513 N West. 

Bryant R B.miller Mutchner & Higgins Co. 

Bryant Xhomas J, Pres Bryant's 
Business College 66| N Penn. (See adv 
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Bryant Wm, lab J Allerdice, res 489 S 



Bryant Wm, flagman J M & I R R, res 31 

Mulberry. 
^Bryant Wm, lab, bds 274 W Court. 
Bryant Wm B, conductor W St L & P Ry, 

bds 140 N Mississippi. 
*Bryant Willis, elk H A Crossland, bd* 

165 Minerva. 
Bryant & Dierdorf (Nathan W Bryant, 

John Dierdorf), pianos 58 N Penn. 
Bryant & Stratton Business 

Colleg'e. See Indianapolis Business 

University, When Block. {See front cover 

and p 29.) 
Bryant & Stratton Business 

Collegfe. See Indianapolis Business 

College 67 Vance Block. {See right foot 

lines.) 
Bryce Alexander F, supt P F Bryce, res 

364 E McCarty. 
Bryce Ella, bds 13 E South. 
Bryce George H, baker, res 324 S New 

Jersey. 
Bryce Peter F, baker 14 E South, res 13 



Brydon Anna, res 226 E Morris. 
Brydon May, bds 226 E Morris. 
Bryner Byron C, ins agt, res 49 Central 

ave. 
Bryson Mrs • Margaret A, domestic 496 N 

Tennessee. 
Buch, see also Bock and Buck. 
Buch Nelson C, mach, res 906 S Meridian. 
Buchanan Albert E, dentist T S Hacker, 

bds 475 N Penn. 
Buchanan Andrew A, foreman, res 133^ 

Pleasant. 
Buehanan Andrew J, carp, res 78 Olive. 
Buchanan Azubie (wid James), res 402 S 

Tennessee. 
Buchanan Catharine (wid Thomas T), bd» 

213 Mass ave. 
Buchanan Charles J, principal Brightwood 

school, res Udell (N I). 
Buchanan Eli, lab I P Evans & Co, res 179^ 

5 Tennessee. 

Buchanan Francis M, photographer 72| E 

Washtngton, res same. 
Buchanan George W, contractor, res 160 S 

East. 
Buchanan Howard W, photographer F M 

Buchanan, res 50 Bradshaw. 
Buchanan James, lawyer 63 Vance block, 

res Stratford, Ind. 
Buchanan James M, teamster, res 216 

Dougherty. 
Buchanan John C, millwright Nordyke 

6 Marmon Co, bds 320 S Missouri. 
Bucbanan Josepli ^W^ Plow and 

Wagon Mnfr and Dealer, Repairing, Re- 
painting, Etc; 25, 27 and 29 S East, res 
217 olive. (»See right bottom cm-ner cards 
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Buchanan Lizzie, res 477 N Penn. 
Buchanan Luther H, inspector C U Tel 

Co, res rear 296 Union. 
Buchanan Nancy A (wid Ezra), res w s 

Tecumseh 4 s of Orange ave. 
*Buchanan Wm, lab stockyards, bds Kob- 

ert Denny. 
Buchanan Wm W, student, bds James 

Buchanan Stratford, Ind. 
Bucher August, brewer Lieber & Co, res 

126 Downey. 
Buchhorn Amelia, seamstress Ella Beer- 
bower, bds 199 N Pine. 
Buchhorn Christian, res 65 Buchanan. 
Buchhorn Christian jr, wagonmkr J W 

Buchanan, res 114 S Noble. 
Buchhorn Edward, mach carver Spiegel, 

Thoms & Co. 
Buchhorn Fritz C, driver D P Erwin & 

Co, res 199 N Pine. 
Buchhorn Henry, woodwkr G H Shover, 

res 114 S Noble. 
Buchhorn John C, lab, bds 114 S Noble. 
Buchhorn John W, candymkr Daggett & 

Co, res 114 S Noble. 
Buchmeier Mary A (wid Anton), res 121 

Hosbrook. 
Buchmeier Michael, tailor, bds 121 Hos- 
brook. 
Buchner, see also Buckner. 
Buchner August J, plumber 36 Virginia 

ave, res 228 Prospect. 
Buchter Theodore A, grocer 299 W Mary- 
land, res same. 
Buck, see also Bock and Buck. 
Buck C Osley, elk Fitzgerald & Powell, bds 

647 N Mississippi. 
Buck Emil, mach, bds 59 Beaty. 
Buck Herbert C, elk F W Miller, res 510 

Broadway. 
Back Jabez C, trav agt, res 367 Bellefon- 

taine. 
Buck John, brakeman I D & S Ey, bds 78 

S West. 
Buck John P, farmer, res Francis (N I). 
Buck John W^, teamster Gladden, Cope & 

Hunt, res 647 N Mississippi. 
Buck Loren, elk, bds 510 Broadway. 
Buck Robert A, lab H L Hewitt, bds Fran- 
cis (N I). 
Buck Wm P, farmer, res Chicago (N I). 
Buck Wilson S, special agt Equitable Life 

Assurance Society, res 510 Broadway. 
*Buckles James S, fireman Central Chair 

Co, res 506 N California. 
Buckley Daniel, apprentice Kruse & Dew- 
enter, bds 571 S Tennessee. 
Buckley Daniel, car driver, bds 36 Henry. 
Buckley Dennis J, mach C St L & P R E, 

bds 32 Lord. 
Buckley Ella C, seamstress, bds 393 E 

Georgia. 
Buckley Hannah, seamstress, bds 32 Lord. 
Buckley Hannah (wid John), res 32 Lord. 



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Buckley John, lab, bds 571 S Tennessee. 
Buckley John F switch tender, bds 393 E 

Georgia. 
Buckley John J, driver J R Bryant & Co, 

bds 393 E Georgia. 
Buckley John M, finisher Western Furni- 
ture Co, res 349| S Meredian. 
Buckley Marv, teacher public school No 

28, bds 32 Lord. 
Buckley Patrick, lab Western Furn Co, 

bds 571 S Tennessee. 
Buckley Timothy, lab, res 393 E Georgia. 
Bucklow John F, engineer C I St L «& C 

Ry, res 297 English ave. 
Buckner, see also Buchner. 
*Buckner Alexander, barber 204 W Wash- 
ington, res 23 Ellsworth. 
*Buckner Carrie, restaurant 688 N Missis- 
sippi, res same. 
*Buckner Daniel L, porter N & G Ohmer, 

rms 56 S Illinois. 
*Buckner Ellen (wid Charles), res 16^ E 

Washington. 
*Buckner George, lab, rms 56 S Illinois. 
^Buckner Harriet, res 265 N East. 
Buckner James, foreman Wilson & Splan, 

bds 19 N Illinois. 
Buckner James A, carp, res 37 Wisconsin. 
*Buckner John J, barber Henry Moore & 

Co, rms 16 Iron block. 
*Buckner Lewis, teamster Steinhauer & 

Drotz, res 110 Hosbrook. 
■Buckner Nathan, waiter N & G Ohmer, 

rms 56 S Illinois. 
*Buckner Robert, lab Hetherington & 

Berner, res 40 Howard. 
Bucksot George F, switch tender Belt R E, 

res 996 N Mississippi. 
Bucksot Henrietta (wid Wm), bds 600 E 

St Clair. 
Bucksot Henry F, carp, res 286 N Pine. 
Budd George W, dep elk Marion Co, res 

918 N New Jersey. 
Budd John E (J E Budd & Co), res 364 

Park ave. 

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82 Eact TTashingtoii St., 

PICTUBES, 

FRAMES. 

MOULDIXQS, 

ANI> LOOKING GLASSES. 

Budd J R & Co (John R and Wm S Budd), 

com 25 W Pearl. 
Budd Hush G, elk J R Budd & Co, bds 

WM Piirk ave. 
Budd Wm S (J R Budd & Co), res 274 

Central ave. 

Buddenbaum Bros (John A and 

Frederick), Staple and Fancy Grocers 

2 Fletcher ave. 
Biiddenbaum Charles H, grocery 155 Pros- 
pect, res 123 same. 
Buddenbaum Frederick (Buddenbaum 

Bros), res 67 Harrison. 
Buddenbaum Harry E, elk A Prange, bds 

396 E Ohio. 
Buddenbaum John A (Buddenbaum Bros), 

res 83 S Noble. 
Buddenbaum Louis C, carp M & C Union, 

bds 396 EOhio. 
Buddenbaum Mary (wid Henry C), res 396 

E Ohio. 
Buddenbaum Wra C, asst foreman M & C 

Union, res 96 N Arsenal ave. 
Budenz Henry J, cashier L S Ayres & Co, 

res n e cor Shelby and Colgrove ave. 
Budenz John T, bkkpr L S Ayres & Co, 

res n e cor Shelby and Colgrove ave. 
Budenz .Julia, bds 229 Union. 
Budenz Louis, tailor 189 E Washington, 

res 229 Union. 
Budenz Louis A, sec'y C C Foster Lumber 

Co, res 2i m s of city Shelbyville pike. 
Budwietsky Cas, pedler, res 449 S Ten- 



Badwietsky Joseph, second hand goods 

293 E Washington, res same. 
Bueehert Frederick, junk 210 W McCarty, 

res same. 
Buehler, see also Bealer, Beeler and Bieler. 
Buehler George, mer police, res 20 Downey. 
Buehler Jacob, barber 92 Russell ave, res 

same. 
Buehler John, grocer 471 E St Clair, res 



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Buehler John, saloon 401 S Delaware, res 
121 E McCarty. 

Buehler Josephine (wid Benedict), bds 471 
E St Clair. 

Buehrig Henry, bartender, bds 786 N Ten- 
nessee. 

Buehrig Rebecca (wid Henry E), bds 786 
N Tennessee. 

Buehrig Wm, saloon 49 E South, res 786 N 
Tennessee. 

Buell Chester H, bkkpr J E Sullivan, res 
217 Davidson. 

Buell Jared R, mnfr patent medicine, res 
394 S Delaware. 

Buell Susan D, physician, bds 394 S Dela- 
ware. 

Buell Warren C, bds 217 Davidson. 

Buenamann Wm H, tailor, res 154 N 
Liberty. 

Buennagel, see also Bennagel. 

Buennagel Charles, sawyer H Herrmann, 
bds 19Buehanan. 

Buennagel Charles W. elk J C Yuncker, 
res 364 S East. 

Buennagel Elisabeth (wid Frederick), re« 
19 Buchanan. 

Buennagel Jacob, gen foreman H Herr- 
mann, res 387 S East. 

Buennagel John J, lab, bds 19 Buchanan. 

Buennagel Joseph, cigarmkr A Steffen, 
res '508 E Washington. 

Buey James, mach, res 31 Catherine. 

Buflbni Antonetti, fruits 133 W Washing- 
ton, res same. 

Bugbee Ira B, lumber bet Home and Lin- 
coln aves, res 404 College ave. 

Bugbee Sarah H (wid John), bds 240 Col- 
lege ave. 

Bugby Mary A (wid Lyman), bds 103 Peru. 

Bugby Parker E, engineer Bee Line, res 
103 Peru. 

•■"Bugg Susan" (wid Samuel), res 451 E 
Georgia. 

Burhans Peter, bds 224 Bradway. 

Buhorn Wm, lab, res 164 Park ave. 

Bunkman Joseph, oiler C I St L & P R R. 

Buhr Herman, bartender J D Bramer, bds 
100 Laurel. 

Buhr John H, bartender Fred Ruskaup, 
bds 133 Dorm an. 

Buhrlage Wm, lab, res 555 E St Clair. 

Builders' Bxclians^e, John Mar- 
tin Pres, Wm B Jungclaus Sec'y, G O 
Eldridge Treas, 31 S Penn ; Telephone 
535. 

Building Association Register, Adolph 
Maeulen publisher, 383 E New York. 

Bula Rolla W, physician 102 N Meridian, 
res 95 Park ave. 

Bulaeh Anton, bartender, res 271 E Miami. 

Bullard Catherine (wid Talbot), res 179 E 
Ohio. 

Bullard Charles, lab, res 349 W Michigan. 

Bullard Charlotte, bds 117 John. 



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BuUard Emily (wid Charles G), res 7'J 

Dorman. 
Bullard H6len F, teacher public school No 

25, bds300S Meridian. 
Bullen Wm, elk, bds 160 Olive. 
Bulletin Printing Co, Thomas G Harrison 

propr, 83 E Market. 
Bullington Harvey H, saloon Haughvilie, 

res same. 
Bullitt Mary K, matron, s e cor Tennessee 

and 9th. 
Bullock Harry J, carp Nordyke & Mar- 

mon Co, res 229 Fayette. 
Bullock Onslow L, teamster, res 318 Vj 

North. 
Bullock Pryce, dairyman, res n e cor 

Brookside and Excelsior aves. 
Bulmahn, see also Boehlman and Bohlman. 
Bulmahn Chiirles F C, blksmith F Hart- 
man, res 175 Harrison. 
Bulmahn Louise, domestic 106 Huron. 
Bulman Austin, conductor I B & W Rv, 

res 125 VV Pratt. 
Bulsterbaum Herman, baker 127 W Mary- 
land, res same. 
Bumb Charles H, polisher W Kautsky, res 

167 Laurel. 
Baumbarger, see Bomharger. 
Bumford Lnrey, switchman, res 76 Bloom- 

ington (W I). 
*Bundle John, plasterer, res 134 Columbia. 
Bundy Albert \V, saloon 290 W 6th, res 



Bundy Benjamin F, shoerakr L Siersdor- 

fer, res 13 Grove. 
*Bundy Charles E, barber 187 W Wash- 
ington, res same. 
Bundy George, foreman, bds Enterprise 

Hotel. 
Bundy George E, foreman Indiana Baptist, 

res 79 Fletcher ave. 
Bundy John P, carp W G Rubush, res 85 

Ash. 
Bundy Loring E, elk J E Outland, res 460 

N Delaware. 
Bundy Martha, domestic 151 Maple. 
Bundy Morris E, engineer Bee Line, bds 

85 Ash. 
Bunger John W, trav agt C Vonnegut, res 

232 C(?llege ave. 
Bunka Charles F, lab starch works, res 92 



Bunnell Daniel, lab, bds Benj Heisler 
Brightwood. 

Bunnell Maggie, cook, rms 106^ N Meri- 
dian. 

Bunte, see also Bonta. 

Bunte Simeon, bds 288 N Mississippi. 

Bunting Ella D, milliner 14 N Meridian, 
112 res same. 

Bunting George W, architect 22, 24, 26-37* 
W Washington, res 112 N Meridian. 

Bunting George W jr, draughtsman G W 
Bunting, bds 112 N Meridian. 



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Bunz Charles, tinner, bds California House, p^^^ 
*Burbidge Alexander, lab, res 294 Chestnut. Kw^ 
Burch, see also Birch. K^^ 

Burch Albert T, carp, rms 146 W New - 

York. (iJ 

Burch Charles C, lab, res 351 Fletcher ave. ^ ^ 

Burch Hamilton V, mach, rms 184 E Ver- [ [ ] 

mont. f^! 

Burch Louis G, physician, res 83 Locker- ^™] 

hie. '^^ 

Burch Mattie J (wid James W), res 27 W ^^ < 

Pratt. i I i 

Burch Sarah A, dressmkr, res 83 Locker- L -i 

hie. 
Burch Thomas, l.ostler Harry Fowler, bds 

66 English ave. 
Burcham Charles E, elk McCune, Schmid- 

lap & Co, res 113 Hoyt ave. 
Burcham C, lab Sarven wheel works. 
Burcham Frank E, shoemkr O D Thomp- 
son, res 113 Hoyt ave. 
Burcham Joseph E, shoemkr 135 Virgini 

ave, res 113 Hoyt ave. 
Burcham J, mach Sarven wheel works. 
Burcham Wm E, apprentice Parrott & f X\ 

Taggart, res 44 Ash. >^ "^ 

Burchard, ste Birchard. 
Burchett Lindsey, engineer C I St L & C Q J^ 

R R, bds 66 English ave. /"'■^ 

Burchfield James VV, teacher, bds 46 Hill C > 

ave. ■ 

Burckhardt, .see also Borgert, Burghardt and 

Barkhardt. ^ 

Burckhardt Jacob, mach C & A Potts & p 

Co, bds 131 N Meridian. 
Burchman, see also Birchman. 
Burchman John N, lab, res 44 Ash. 
Burchman Wm E, baker Parrott & Tag- 
gart, res 44 Ash. 
Burdell, see Berdel. 

Burdett Wm C, adjuster, res 499 Ash. 
Burdge, see also Birge and Burge. 
Burdge Elizabeth (wid Thomas), bds 48 

Minerva. 

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:*< «• ^ Burdge Frank, brakeman J M & I R R, 
SS|g bds 536 E Georgia. 

•ft.f^Hc« Burdge Margaret (wid Jonathan), bds 108 
sJsotBO Blacktord, 

Burge Reuben E, lab, res Woodside. 
Burdsal Alfred, iMnfr White Lead, 
Paints, Etc, and Wholesale Dealer in 
Window Glass, Varnishes, Brushes, Etc, 
Factory 241 to 253 S Penn, Office and 
Salesroom 34 S Meredian,res 135 Central 
ave; Telephone 709. 
Bureau of Statistics of Indi- 
'.i>, J ana, Wm A Peelle Jr, Chief, 2 Masonic 

<^ Temple. 
j ^ Burford John T, res 162 N Meridian. 

OBurford Nancy J (wid Miles W), res 162 
.. _^ N Meridian. 

Q[_3 Burford Wesley B, printer, res 162 N 
Meridian. 
Burford WlU B, Lithographer,Blank 
Book Mnfr, Printer, Stationer and En- 
^. graver 21 W Washington; Telephone 310; 
>^ res 512 N Meridian; Telephone 1059. 
{See adv opp. ) 
Burgan, .see also Bergin. 
Burgan Charles I, blksmith rear 223 W 

Walnut, res 84 Fayette. 
Burgan John C, blksmith 110 N Delaware, 

, res 251 N West. 

^-— < Burgan Mary, laundress Backus & Brandt, 
— -< bds 80 Maple. 

M Burgan Sarah (wid James), bds n e cor 
Michigan road and 12th. 
Burgat Magdalene (wid Peter), bds 22 

Dougherty. 
Burgat Sophia, res 22 Dougherty. 
Burge, see also Birge and Burdge. 
>-/^ Burge Wm, elk Vandalia Line, bds 78 N 
^^^ Illinois. 

I A_ _j Burgert, .see Birkit, Burkerland Byrkitt. 
¥^ Burges Elliott E, upholsterer W L Elder, 
^ bds 216 N Noble. 

(— ( Burges Emma, tailoress H W White, res 
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Burges Mary A (wid Cornelius N), res 216 

N Noble. 
Burgess Alvin B, grocer 277 N Noble, res 

same. 
Burgess Anna L, artist, bds 1085 N Ten- 
nessee. 

*Burgess Benjamin, lab M S Huey & Son, 
bds 41 Newman. 

Burgess Benjamin F, supt Lock Seam El- 
bow Mnfg Co, res 219 W Ohio. 

Burgess Caleb C, dentist 18 Martindale 
block, res 1085 N Tennessee. 

Burgess Charles F, carp Nordvke & Har- 
mon Co, bds 199 N West. 

Burgess Clvde, elbowmkr, bds 5 Riley 
block. 

Burgess Edward, painter, bds 245^ E Wash- 
ington. 

Burgess Everett E, cigarmkr J Rauch, bds 
49 Wright (W I). 

Burgess George D, mngr Michigan Lum- 
ber and Coal Co, res 1085 N Tennessee. 

Burgess George L, lab H Bates jr, res 709 
Meridian. 

Burgess Henry E, elbowmkr, bds 5 Riley . 
block. 

Burgess James sawmkr Atkins saw works, 
res 249 Ash. 

Burgess Jesse, carp Nordyke & Marmon 
Co, res 199 N West. 

Burgess Lofton E, hostler I B & W Ry, 
res 59 Bloomington (W I). 

Burgess Maggie A, bds 249 Ash. 

Burgess Rebecca (wid Henry), rms 5 Rilej 
block. 

Burgess Urban T, lab, bds 59 Bloomington 
(WI). 

Burgess Wm, lab, res e s Rural 1 n of S 
Brookside ave. 

Burgett Charles F, barkpr W Stuart, bds 
36 S Tennessee. 

Burgett Enoch D, carp, res 36 S Tennessee. 

Burgett Rebecca, ironer Insane Hospital. 

Burgette Louisa H (wid Washington), bds 
96 Hoyt ave. 

Burghardt, see also Borgerl, Burckhardt and 
Burkhardt. 

Burghardt Frederick G, barber W M Chit- 
wood, res 257 N Mississippi. 

Burgheim Henry D, mngr L Burgheim, res 
172 N Illinois. 

Burgheim Louis, silverware 93 N Penn, 
res same. 

Burgman, see aho Bergman and Borgman. 

Burgmann Frederick, res rear 64 Shelby. 

Burgmann Frederick jr, carp Shover & 
Christian, res 64 Shelby. 

Burgmann John, lab, res 575 S Tennessee. 

Burgmann Louis, teamster, res 675 S East. 

Burgonne, see Bourgonne. 

Burgoyne Wm, fireman C I St L & C R R, 
res 239 Huron. 

Bunkman Joseph, oiler C St L & P R R. 

Buhorn Wm, lab, 164 Park ave. 



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Burhaus Peter, bds 224 Broadway. 

Burk, see also Berg, Berk, Birck. Birk and 

and Botirke. 
Burk Annie, domestic 275 N Delaware. 
Burk Bridget (wid Patrick), ress 501 E9th. 
Burk Charitv, bds 950 N New Jersey. 
Burk Edward H, agt, bds 229 E Market. 
Burk Frances (wid John), res 433 N Illi- 
nois. 
Burk Frederick, lab, bds 553 W Washing- 
ton. 
Burk Jacob E, lab, bds 27 Laurel. 
Burk James H, driver H F Sollidav, res 

509 E 7th. 
Burk Jennie (wid John R), res 336 N 

Liberty. 
Burk Jessie, waiter, bds 336 N Liberty. 
Burk John, lab C H & I R R, bds 207 

Meek. 
Burk John, charge Kingan & Co, bds 354 

S West. 
Burk John, lab Kingan & Co, bds 627 W 

Vermont. 
Burk John, transfer agt Wabash and Belt 

R R, res 501 E 9th. 
Burk John C (Burk & Son), res 202 W 

Washington. 
Burk John E, shoemkr s s Morris 2 e of 

Had ley ave, res 6 Reisner (W I). 
Burk Margaret, domestic 385 N Tennessee. 
Burk Martin S, elk W St L & P Ry, bds 

501 E 9th. 
Burk Mary E, bds 950 N New Jersey. 
Burk Omer F, driver J A Shirley, bds 336 

N Liberty. 
Burk Patrick, section hand C St L & P R 

R, res 205 Meek. 
*Burk Perry, servant 621 N Penn. 
Burk Sylvester (Burk & Son), res Cumber- 
land. 
Burk Thomas, lab Kingan & Co, bds 627 

W Vermont. 
Burk Wm, lab, res 553 W Washington. 
Burk Wm, lab, bds 1009 W Washington 

(W I). 
Burk William E, pass conductor Vandalia 

Line, bds 501 E 9th. 
Burk Wm H, lab G W Hill & Co, res 1 

Bates. 
Burk & Son (John and Sylvester), livery 

223 E Washington. 
Burke Amanda (wid Henry),bds 34 Cherry. 
Burke Annie (wid Joseph T), bds 188 N 

Pine. 
Burke Christopher, stoker gas works, res 

72 E Maryland. 
Burke Delia, domestic 506 N Meridian. 
Burke Eliza, bds 111 W South. 
Burke Frank, mach, bds 263 S Meridian. 
Burke George, wheel mkr Indpls wheel 

works, res 193 W Ist. 
Burke Henry, res 342 S Delaware, 
Burke Henry, bkkpr Hicks, Holmes & Co, 

res 262^ E Washington. 



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MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK, 
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Forelgrn Excban^e, 

Foreigrn Coins. 
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Burke John, lab Belt R R, res 206 Bates. 

Burke John M, bds 100 Maple. 

Burke Lemuel, cattle broker, res n s Lud- 
low Lane 1 e Hillside ave (Oak Hill). 

Burke Maggie, domestic New California 
House. 

Burke Mary (wid John J),' bds 346'N Mis- 
sippi. 

Burke Mary (wid Thomas), bds 77 W St 
Clair. 

Burke Michael, attendant Insane Hospital. 

Burke Norah, laundress Insane Hospital. 

Burke Owen, hostler C St L & P R R, res 
111 Randolph. 

Burke Thomas, bds 111 W South. 

Burke Thomas E, agt Lowell Mnfg Co 
limited, bds 34 S Tennessee. 

Burke Wm H (W H Burke & Co), res 906 
N New Jersey. 

Burke Wm T, elevator boy Va ice block, 
res 72 E Maryland. 

Burke W H & Co (Wm H Burke, James R 
Ross), cigars 12 N Penn. 

Burkert, see ako Birket and Byrkitt. 

Burkert A Howard, trav agt Hanson-Van- 
Camp Co, bds 287 E Market. 

Burkert Elizabeth (wid John R), bds 287 E 
Market. 

Burkert Henry F, trav agt, bds 287 E Mar- 
ket. 

Burkert Maggie, domestic 242 N Penn. 

Burkert Wm O, bill elk D Stewart, res 471 
N California. 

Burkhardt, see also Borgert, Burckhardt and 
Bv.ryhardt. 

Burkhardt Adam, wood turner Comstock 
& Coonse, res 89 Stevens. 

Burkhardt George W, broommkr 252 Mad- 
ison ave, res 474 S Delaware. 

Burkhardt James H, broommkr, bds 474 S 
Delaware. 

Burkhardt Wm, conductor I »& V R R, bds 
71 Meek. 

Burkhardt W^m, blksmith, bds Harvey 
Handy. ^^^ 

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Sec Advertisement under head of "Patent Holicitors" 
in claasi6pd list. 

Burkhart Barbara (wid Frederick), res 179 

Harrison. 
Burkhart John S, bds 248 N Mississippi. 
Burkhart J Frank, elk Win Pfaflliu, bds 

248 N Mississippi. 
Burkhart Louis E, wood carver, bds 179 

Harrison. 
Burkhart Margaret (wid Frederick), res 

134 N Illinois. 
Burkhart Martha A (wid Christopher), 

bds T J Burkhart, Haughville. 
Burkhart Susan (wid Jackson), res 248 N 

Mississippi. 
Burkhart Thomas J, painter, res Haugh- 
ville. 
*Burking Harry B, lab, res rear 31 WOhio. 
Burkline John C, mach Bee Line, res 

Brightwood. 
Burks David C, tilemkr U S Encaustic 

Tile works, res 711 N Tennessee. 
*Burks Jacob, barber 117 W Washington, 

res same. 
Burks Thomas L, lab U S Encaustic Tile 

works, bds 711 N Tennessee. 
^Burks Wm,lab car works, bds Wm Groom 

(w;). 

Burleigh Flora, seamstress, bds 346 N Illi- 
nois. 
Burleigh G John, trav agt, bds 346 N 

Mississippi. 
Burleigh James, carp Capital City planing 

mill, res 501 Ash. 
*Burley Conrad, janitor Union Depot, res 

83 Howard. 
Burley Mrs Sarah, bds 77 Cincinnati. 
Burnam George, driver W I Ripley, res 64 

E Georgia. 
Burnau Lewis, yard engineer C St L & P 

E E, res 36 Oriental. 
*Burnett Caroline (wid Peter) bds 167 

Minerva. 
Burnett Catherine M, bds 65 Beaty, 
Burnett Daniel R, bds 65 Beaty. 
*Burnett Emily (wid Robert), res 47 Ag- 

nes. 

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Burnett George C, plasterer, res 308 SPenn. 
Burnett Henry N, mach, bds 37 Indiana 

ave. 
Burnett Jennie (wid Joseph T), bds 128 E 

Maryland. 
Burnett Joseph T, plasterer, bds 308 S Penn. 
Burnett Lulu, titter Indpls shoe factory, bda 

37 Indiana ave. 
Burnett Mary (wid Peter), tailoress, res 65^ 

Beaty, 
Burnett Mary E (wid Levi L), res 77 W 

North. 
Burnett Nellie, waiter Spencer House. 
Burnett Oren E, shoemkr n w cor Home 

and Columbia aves, res 118 Beeler. 
*Burnett Peter, lab, bds 460 W New York. 
Burnett Peter M, cigarmkr Christoph & 

Mueller, bds 65 Beaty. 
Burnett P Maria (wid Bernard), bds 37 

Indiana ave. 
*Burnett Wm, bds 47 Agnes. 
Burnett Wm, bds 457 W New York. 
Burney, see Birney. 
Burnham Gilbert L, baggagemaster I & Sfc 

L Ey, res 155 Bellefontaine. 
Burnholdt Jobn, lab, bds 44 Bradshaw. 
Burns, see aho Berns and Byrne, 
Burns Andrew H, lab, bds 82 Missouri. 
Burns Anna, dressmkr L S Ayres <fe Co, re& 

320 S Illinois. 
Burns Anna, domestic 450 N East. 
Burns Annie, milliner J McHugh, bds 241 

W Maryland. 
Burns Annie, domestic Denison House, 
Burns Annie, domestic 280 N New Jersey^ 
Burns Archimedes J, jeweler 26 Indiana 

ave, les same. 
Burns Catherine (wid James H), res 170 W 

Georgia. 
Burns Catherine, domestic 540 N Delaware. 
Burns Charles E, watchmaker 441 Vir- 
ginia ave, res same. 
Burns Daniel M, watchmaker L B Grum^ 

bds 134 Patterson. 
Burns David V (Burns & Seidensticker), 

res 440 N New Jersey. 
Burns Elizabeth, dressmkr 26 Lexington 

ave, res same. 
*Burns Francis, roofer, bds 332 Indiana ave. 
Burns Frederick, lab, res 114 Yeiser. 
*Burns George, lab, res 108 N Missouri. 
Burns George T, lab, bds 82 Missouri. 
Burns James, bartender P H McNelis, res 

178 S Missouri. 
Burns James, lab Kingan & Co, res 82 S 

Missouri. 
Burns James, saloon 336 Indiana ave, re» 

45 Elizabeth. 
Burns Jerome W, foreman T J Gaynor,. 

res 134 Patterson. 
Burns John, blksmith, res rear 171 Mad- 
ison ave. 
Burns John, helper Sinker, Davis & Co. 
Burns John A, lab, bds 82 Missouri. 



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Burnstein Abraham, lab, res 117 Eddy. 

Burnstein Joseph, junk, res 314 S Illinois. 

Burquin Joseph, cooper Wood & Smith, 
res 272 W Maryland. 

Burr Fannie A, dressmkr, bds 26 Cherry, 

Burr Jennie L, select school, 104 Cherry, 
bds 26 same. 

Burr Nathaniel B, res 26 Cherry. 

BurrSammie, rms 265 N Tennessee. 

Burridge Elizabeth (wid Thomas) house- 
keeper 48 Minerva. 

*Burris Abraham, lab Citizen's Gas Works, 
res 153 Agnes. 

*Burris Charles, servant 288 N Delaware. 

*Burris Edward D, driver James W Gray, 
res 111 Pendleton pike. 

*"Burris Erie A (wid Jacob), bds 3 Park 
Front ave. 

Burris Henry J, lab, bds Farmers Hotel. 

Burris Luke, lab, res 4 Sheldon. ^^ ^ 

Burris Thomas, propr Farmers Hotel 168 S W 



Burns John B, engineer I D & S Ry, res n 

w cor Washington and Elder ave (W I). 
Burns John F, blksmith Bee Line, res 193 

Pendleton pike. 
Burns John P, engineer, res s w cor Elder 

ave and Washington (W I). 
Burns Joseph, lab, bds 369 W New York. 
Burns Joseph M, lab, res 266 Union. 
Burns Kate (wid James), res 170 W Geor- 
gia. 
Burns Kate M (wid Hugh), dressmkr, res 

272 S Noble. 
Burns Margery (wid Michael), bds 256 S 

West. 
Burns Martin, elk, bds 21 N E.ist. 
Burns Martin E, painter, res 83 E Wabash. | 
Burns Mary, teacher public school No 17, i 

bds 246 N Illinois. i 

Burns Mary M, elk P H Sheridan, bds 241 I 

W Maryland. i 

Burns Max M, res w s Rural ave 1 n of I 

Clifford ave. i 

Burns Michael J, foreman St Ry barn, 

res 714 W Washington (W I). 
Burns Nellie (wid Cornelius J), res 10 

Henry. 
Burns Oliver, patternmkr Ewart Mnfg Co, 

bds Belmont ave (W I). 
Burns Owen, lab, res 36 Roe. 
Burns Peter, teamster, res 184 Fayette. 
Burns Patrick, res 30 W Pratt. 
Burns Sadie, dressmkr 61 N New Jersey, 

res same. 
Burns Sarah A (wid James), res 82 Mis- 
souri. 
Burns Sarah W (wid Wm V), res 46 Henry. 
*Burns Strauther, porter G Hoffman, rms 

297 Virginia ave. 
Burns Theresa (wid Edward), res 241 W 

Maryland. 
Burns Thomas, saloon 52 S Illinois, rms 49 

same. 
Burns Wm, lab, rms 233 W Washington. 
Burns Wm, hostler, res 83 E Wabash. 
Burns Wm, lab, res 269 S West. 
Burns Wm F, watchmkr 12 Indiana ave, 

res same. 
*Burns Wm G, engineer C St L & P R R, 

res 130 Michigan ave. 
Burns Wm L, asst bkkpr The Bowen-Mer- 

rill Co, res 71 Gregg. 
Burns & Seidensticker (David V Burns, 

Adolph Seidensticker), lawyers 29 S Del- 
aware. 
*Burns, porter, rms 297 W St Clair. 
Burn&ide Alice, binder W B Burford, res 

160 N Liberty. 
Burnside Andrew D, elk Francke & Schind- 

ler, res 88 John. 
Burnside F Kate, bkkpr Jersey Bulletin, 

res 160 N Liberty. 
Burnside Lydia A (wid Benjamin F), res 

160 N Liberty. 
Burnstein, see also Ben 



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"Burris Thompson, whitewasher, res 141 

Agnes. <J H 

Burris Wm E, mngr who dept The Bowen ^ j 

Merrill Co, res 150 W New York. H g 

Burroughs Elkanah, bds 123 E Ohio. C 

Burroughs George F, mngr furnishing dept Lj 

When Clothing Store, res 412 N Dela- i''' ! 

ware. •*' 

Burrows Charles E. engineer, res 45 Lord. ^^ 
Burrows Christiana A (wid Geo W) res 420 ^^^ 

N Penn. \JJ 

Bursis August, mach, res 332 Hillside ave. v i^ 
Bursott John W, machine hand Indlps l\ J 

Chair Factory, res 154 Minerva. L.\r 

Burst Nicholas, engineer, bds n w cor Mich 

and State aves. ^^^ 

Burt Alphonso S, trav agt, res 48 English ^^^ 

Burt Florence B, tailoress A Konz, bds 120^3 
Prospect. ^Hfa 

Burt Harry L, tel opr Union Depot, res 85 

English ave. C^^ 

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abstracters, 

Deutsche Advocaten und Notare, 
No. 12 u. 15 Thorpe Block. 

Telephone 1048. 

Burt J Francis, Mngr Brooks Oil 
Co 60 S Penn, res Woodruff Place. 

Burt Wm N, grain, res 727 N Delaware. 

Burt Wm N, teacher Deaf and Dumb Inst, 
res 800 E Washington. 

Burtch Woodford, trav agt Indiana Paper 
Co, res Eichmond, Ind. 

Burtin L,OUis F, Contractor and 
Builder, Mnfr of Door and Window 
Frames, Doors, Sash and Blinds, and 
Dealer in Lumber, Lath and Shingles 
385 and 387 Dillion cor Woodlawn ave, 
res 13 Woodlawn ave. {See adv back 
cover and back fly leaf.) 

Burton Abram L, engineer I & St L Ky, 
res 114 Bellefontaine. 

Burton Annie L, teacher public school No 
28, bds 324 S New Jersey. 

Burton Charles F, engineer .C I St L & C 
Ry, res 112 S East. 

Burton Daniel, cooper 487 W New York, 
res 129 same. 

Burton Daniel, stone dresser A Burdsal, res 
266 S Delaware. 

*Burton Eliza (wid John), res w s Alvord 
4 s of 9th. 

Burton Elmer, car driver, res 15 Central 
ave. 

*Burton George, driver, bds 138 Minerva. 

Burton George H, cooper 138 N Missis- 
sippi, res same. 

*Burton James, rms rear 195 Agnes. 

Burton James W, cooper G H Burton, rms 
24 Hutchins block. 

Burton John C, grocer 624 N Mississippi, 
res same. 

Burton Joseph T, res 90 N New Jersey. 

Burton Lou, res 191 W Market. 

*Burton Maggie, domestic 476 E 9th. 

Burton Martin, res 835 N Tennessee. 

Burton Mary, tailoress, bds 35 Indiana ave. 

Burton Nancy (wid John C), res 13 Mor- 
rison. 

Burton Sadie E, bds 138 N Mississippi. 

Burton Stella, bds 324 S New Jersey. 

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Burton Wm W, engineer Bee Line, res 292 
Christian ave. 

Bury, see also Berry. 

Bury Frank C, treas Cutler & Savidge 
Lumber Co, res Spring Lake, Mich. 

Busath Anton, foreman Messick, Cones & 
Co, res 410 College ave. 

Busch, see also Bush. 

Busch Adam J, carp Wm F Piel & Co, res 
607 Madison ave. 

Busch Catharine, bds 607 Madison ave. 

Busch Charles A, shoemkr Haughville, 
bds Christian Busch, Mt Jackson. 

Busch Christian J, shoemkr Mt Jackson, re« 
same. 

Busch Hannah (wid Jacob), bds 354 Rail- 
road. 

Busch Joseph C, shipping elk Indpls Mall 
Iron works, bds Christian Busch, Mt 
Jackson. 

Busch May A, gilder H Lieber & Co, bds 
607 Madison ave. 

Busch Minnie, seamstress, bds 607 Madisom 
ave. 

Buscher Edward F, policeman, res 32 S Al- 
abama. 

Buscher Eugenia (wid Henry), bds 3ft 
Fletcher ave. 

Buscher Henry H, elk C H & I R R, bds 
42 Harrison. 

Buscher Henry W, carp, res 348 N Mis- 
souri. 

Buscher Mariah E (wii Henry), bds 26 S 
Alabama. 

Buscher Sophie (wid Henry), res 42 Harri- 
son. 

Buscher Wm, elk I B & W Ry, res 26 S 
Alabama. 

Buschmand, see also Bushman. 

Buschmann August (Buschmann & Co), 
res 183 Broadway. 

Buschmann Block s w cor Ft Wayne ave 
and St Mary. 

Buschmann Charles L, bkkpr Buschmana 
& Co, bds 196 Ft Wayne ave. 

Buschmann Ernest, carp P C & St L Ry, 
res 178 Linden. 

Buschmann Louis F, trav agt M O'Connor 
& Co, res 121 E Pratt. 

Buschmann Wm (Buschmann & Co), res 
196 Ft Wayne ave. 

Buschmann Wm F, elk Buschmann &, Co, 
bds 196 Ft Wayne ave. 

Buscliniantl & Co (Wm and Au- 
gust Buschmann), Grocers and Hard- 
ware 198 and 200 Ft Wayne ave. 

Buser Ellen (wid Jacob) res 72 Maple. 

Buser John, cigarmkr, bds 72 Maple. 

Bnser Wm S, molder Indpls Stove Co, bds 
72 Maple. 

Bush, .see also Busch. 

Bush Annie, dressmk, res 142 N Noble. 

Bush Benjamin F, carpet weaver George 
Bush, bds 48 Stevens. 



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Bush Calvin W, mach Bee Line, res Wil- 
low (Brightwood). 
Bush Charles, saloon, 152 W Washington, 

res same. 
Bush Charles H, res 152 W Washington. 
♦Bush David, lab, res 454 Indiana ave. 
Bush George, finisher D E Stone & Co, res 

327i E Michigan. 
Bush George, carpet weaver 48 Stevens, res 

same. 
Bush Herman, mach Western Furniture 

Co, res 324 Chestnut. 
Bush Jeremiah, mach, res 330 E Michigan. 
Bush John, saloon 170 W Washington, rms 

152 same. 
*Bush Josephine, rms 33 Columbia. 
Bush Lyman F, engineer J M A I R R, res 

s e cor Summit and Williams. 
Bush Michael, lab I B & W Rj, res 53 

Bates. 
Bush Mrs Nellie, res 74 Virginia ave. 
*Bush Oscar, lab, bds rear 479 N Meridian, 
*Bush Rebecca (wid Calvin), res rear 479 

N Meridian. 
Bushman, see also Buschmann. 
Bushman Henry, brewer, bds Jefferson 

House. 
Busbnell Albert 91, Loan Agent, 

rms 6 Coffin's block 90i E Market, res 65 

E7th. 
Bushnell Daniel W, printer Sentinel, res 

1107 N Tennessee. 
Bushnell George E, bds 65 E 7th. 
Bushong Charles D (Bushong & Son) res 

414 N California. 
Bushong Charles F, lab, bds e s Watts 2 s 

of ClifTord ave. 
Bushong Georg? L ( Bushong tt Son), res 47 

Fayette. 
Bushong John A, farmer, res e s Watts 2 s 

of Clifford ave. 
Bushong Wm L, bds 47 Fayette. 
Bushong & Son (George L and Charles D 

Bushong), grocers 191 Indiana ave. 
Buskel James H, carp, bds Wm Buskel 

(NI). 
Buskel Wm, lab, res Mapleton (X I). 
Busking Henry F, mach Sinker, Davis & 

Co,res 570 S East. 
Busking Wm F, carp Eagle mach works, 

res 144 Huron. 
Buskirk George A, probate clerk county 

clerks office, res 551 Archer. 
Bussell Anna, bkkpr, rms 184 E Vermont. 
Bussell Kate F, milliner Mrs M E Hab- 

ing, rms 8 Thompson block. 
Bussell Louisa (wid Erastus T), rms 184 E 

Vermont. 
Bussell Mary A (wid Wm N), dressmkr, 

bds .377 N West. 
Bussell Wm L, bookbinder Carlon & Hol- 

lenbeck, bds 377 N West. 
Bussev Frederick W, fireman I B & W Ry, 

bds' 1304 W Washington (W I). 



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Bussey Jobn 

res 163 S East. 
Buswell, see J>osuell. 
Butcher George, driver George 

bach & Bro, bds 56 Hoyt ave. i^j 

Butcher Peter K, lab Wood & Smith, res nH 

265 S Tennessee. ^ 

*Butcher Susan (wid Pleasant), res 1 

Minerva. 
Butchka Paul, lab, res rear 11 Bates 
*Butler Andrew, lab, res 191 W 2d. 
Butler Benjamin F, lab Nordyke & Mar 

mon Co, res n s Howard 1 w of Lee ( W I) 
Butler Chauncev (Richards & Butler), res 

268 Park ave". 
Butler Collegian, The Morning Star Pub 

Co publishers 37 and 39 Virginia ave. 
Butler Cook, Guitar Manufacturer 

and Dealer in Music and Musical In- 
struments, Repairing and Tuning a Spe- 
cialty, 93 N Illinois, res same. {See aclv 

p21.) 
*Butler Daniel, lab, res 302 N Mississippi. 
Butler Daniel K, elk New Record, res 25 

School. 
Butler Darwin W, salesman James McKee 

& Co and stock agt C H t^ I R R, res 551 

N Illinois. 
Butler Edwin W, elk Cutler & Savidge 

Lumber Co, bds 551 N Illinois. 
Butler Ella, dressmkr, bds 427 S Illinois. 
Butler George, Genl agt I B <S: W Ry 140 S - 

Illinois, res Golden Hill. 
Butler George, farmer, res n w of Crown ^ 

Hill Cemetery (N I). O 

Butler George W, mach Otto Slechhan, * 

res 756 N Illinois. ^ 

"Butler Hampton, lab, res 475 E Market, w 
*Butler Harry, hostler 710 N Meridian. %j 
*Butler Hetti'e(wid Nathan), res 136 W 6th. 3 
Butler James H. lab, res 'Reisner ( W I), f 
Butler Job, lab, res e s Reisner 8 s of How- > 

ard(WI). ^ ^ 

Butler John A, elk Indiana National* 

Bank , res 210 Park ave. _ 3^ 

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Butler John A, mach Egan & Thurber, res 
236 Chestnut. 

*Butler John H, hostler, res 41 Vine. 

Butler John M (McDonald, Butler & Ma- 
son), res 606 N Delaware. 

Butler Julius, foreman, res 559 Madison 
ave. 

Butler Lee, grain broker, bds 520 Broad- 
way. 

Butler Lillie, bds 231 S Delaware. 

Butler Louis C, ins 27 Circle, rms 74 Mass 



■! Butler Mahlon D, pres Indpls Building & 

J5 Loan Ass'n and mngr W U Tel Co, res 

p^ 520 Broadway. 

J" Butler Mary J, milliner 359 Virginia ave, 

^" res same. 

^J Butler Matilda M, elk, bds 25 School, 

■^ Butier Michael, lab, res 309 S Penn. 

Butler Michael, lab Kingan & Co, bds 290 

W Maryland. 
Butler Michael jr, sawmkr Atkins Saw 

works, bds 309 S Penn. 
Butler Millie D (wid Wm), res 215 Huron. 
Butler Nannie, bds 240 N Meridian. 
Butler Noble C, elk U S Circuit and Dis- 
trict Courts P O bldg, res 210 Park ave. 
Butler Ovid D (Elliott & Butler), res 768 

N Penn. 
*Butler Randall, driver, res 738 N West. 
Butler Rebecca (wid Richard), res Udell 

(NI). 
Butler Richard, Propr The New 
Record 69 W Maryland, bds 25 School. 
Butler Richard L, mach Otto Stechhan, 

bds 469 N New Jersey. 
*Butler Robert, lab U S Encaustic Tile 

works, res 136 W 6th. 
Butler Samuel, lab, res e s Reisner 9 s of 

Howard (W I). 
Butler Samuel, driver, res n s Howard 2 w 

of Lee (W I). 
Butler Scott A M, teacher Butler Univer- 
sity, res Irvington. 

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*Butler Taylor, lab Crown Hill Cemetery, 
res s s 8th 4 w of canal. 

Butler Thomas H, trav agt, res 404 N Del- 
aware. 

Butler Thomas L, elk Hanson-Van Camp 
Co, res 280 E Ohio. 

*Butler Timothy W, servant 800 N Penn, 

Butler University, Scott Butler treas, Ir- 
vington. 

Butler Wm J, P O elk Union Depot Branch, 
bds 25 School. 

*Butler Willis, lab, res n s W 10th' bet 
Michigan road and Lafayette R R. 

Butsch Elizabeth (wid Frederick), bds 240 
E Morris. 

Butsch Frank, lab, bds 118 Greer. 

Butsch George W, lab Jenney Electric 
Co, res rear 19 Russell ave. 

Butsch John, trav agt Pearson & Wetzel, 
res 538 S East. 

Butsch Joseph, lab, bds 118 Greer. 

Butsch Lizzie (wid Frederick), laundress 
Gem Laundry, res 240 E Morris. 

Butsch Mary (wid Peter i, res 118 Greer. 

Butsch Philip, lab, res 338 Prospect. 

Butt Henry, cabinetmkr Indianapolis Cab- 
inet Co, bds 271 Davidson. 

Butterfield Al vor, elk, bds Butterfield House. 

Butterfield Cyrws S, Printer and 
Stationer 652 N Illinois, res same. 

Butterfield Edward T, printer Fanciers' 
Gazette, bds 82 W 10th. 

Butterfield House, T P Butterfield propr, 
121 W Maryland. 

Butterfield Seymour A, physician 366 N 
East, res same. 

Butterfield Tyrannus P, propr Butterfield 
House 121 W Maryland. 

Butterworth Charles, tailor, res 152 Lin- 
den. 

Butterworth Charles W L, tailor, res 120 
Lexington ave. 

Butterworth Clarence G, tailor, res 152 
Linden. 

Butterworth Edward, tailor, bds 152 Lin- 
den. 

Butterworth Harriet E, tailoress, res 152 
Linden. 

Butterworth John E, tailor, res 152 Lin- 
den. 

Butterworth Thomas J, trav agt Pearson & 
Wetzel, res 23i Indiana ave. 

Buttz Frank C, mach Am Paper Pulley 
Co, res 48 N West. 

Buttz Henry, driver Am Ex Co, res 141 
Olive. 

Buttz John W, mach C St L & P Ry, res 
Woodside. 

Buuck Emma domestic 437 N Delaware. 

Bybee, see also Bihe. 

Bybee Addison (Woodburn Sarven Wheel 
Co), bds Grand Hotel. 

*Bybee Charles, lab, res rear 614 N West. 

*Bybee Frank, lab, res 151 E Wabash. 



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*Bybee Neal, driver A B|Meyer & Co, res 

28 W 1st. 
♦Bybee Prior, hostler, rms rear 31 W Ohio. 
Bycroft Frederick, sawmkr Atkin's saw 

works, bds lol W South. 
Byer, see also Baar, Bahr, Barr, Bayer, Behr 

and Beyer. 
Byer Frederick, lab, res 228 W Georgia. 
Ever Henrietta (wid Andrew), rms 88 Had- 

"lev ave (W I). 
Byer Joseph, lab, bds 88 Hadley ave (W I). 
Byer Marcus, bds 119 Mass ave. 
*Byer Mary, domestic 504 N New Jersey. 
Byers Angelina, rms 20 Grand Opera bldg. 
Byers Daniel H, conductor wrecking crew, 

res 463 English ave. 
Byers David A, engineer I B & W Ry, res 

51 Bloomington (\V I). 
Byers John, res 40 S Tennessee. 
Bvers Julia, domestic 98 W Vermont. 
Byers Wm J, baggageman W St L & P Ry, 

res 80 Railroad. 
Bvfield Arthur H, student Byfield & How- 

"land, bds 909 N Illinois. 
Byfield Cass (Byfield & Howland), res 909 

N Illinois. 
Bvfield Charles W, P O Money Order elk, 

bds 909 N Illinois. 
Byfield Corben, elk Enterprise Hotel. 
Bvfield Harry N, elk D Blackmore & Co, 

bds 909 N Illinois. 
Byfield Whitcomb, mach Indianapolis 

Chair Manufacturing Co, res 212 Bright. 
JByfield & Howland (Cass Byfield, 

Livingston Howland), Lawyers 5 and 7 

Hubbard block. 
By master James T, mnfrs agt 143 J 8 Me- 
ridian, bds 952 N Delaware. 
Bvnan James, driver W A Conover, bds 

'698 Morris (W I). 
*Bvnum Oliver, lab, res 352 W North. 
Bvnum Wm D (Bvnum & Beck), res 411 

'Ash. 
Bynum & Beck (Wm D Bynum, Al- 
bert T Beck), Lawvers 24 Thorpe block. 
Byram, Cornelius & Co, (Nor- 
man S Byram, Edward G Cornelius), 

Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions 101 

to 105 S Meridian. 
Byram Henry G, elk Byram, Cornelius & 

Co, bds 956 N Illinois. 
Byram Norman. S (Byram, Cornelius & 

Co), res 956 N Illinois. 
Bvram Oliver T, elk Bvram Cornelius & 

Co, bds 956 N Illinois. 
Byran John, railway mail agt, bds Circle 

Park House. 
Byre Susan, domestic 144 N Alabama. 
Byrkit, see also Birket and Burlcert. 
Byrkit Albert, engineer Vandalia Line, res 

115 W South. 
Byrkit Anna (wid Divis Y), res 155 Ash. 
Byrkit Catherine (wid Philip), bds 307 

Ash. 



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Goods. Correct I'lumhiiiR a Specialty. Repairs 
on water, ga-s and .sewer pipes promptly attended 
to by experienced mechanics. Telephone KW. 
91 N. Pennsylvania St. Denison Hotel UIock. 



Byrkit Edwin M, supt Byrkit Sheathing 
and Lath Co, res Michigan City, Ind. 

Byrkit Harry C, candymkr Daggett A Co, 
bds 145 Fletcher ave. 

Bvrkit Harry M, molder Sinker, Davis & 
"Co. 

Byrkit Henry, mach Sinker, Davis & Co. 

Byrkit Hiram, foreman Daggett Si Co, res 
145 Fletcher are. 

Byrkit Martin B, carp 86 S Tennessee, res 
same. 

Byrkit Sheathing and Lath Co, Henry Co- 
burn pres. J H Murry vice-pres, A A 
Adair sec'v and treas, E M Bvrkit supt. 
179 W 1st." 

Byrn W^m O, compositor News, res 92 
Spann ave. 

Byrne Christopher, pedler res 120 Clifford 
ave. 

Byrne Cornelius, lab, bds 120 Cliflbrd ave. 

Byrne Ella, elk N Y store, bds 318 College 
ave. 

Byrne Frank, mach Kruse & Dewenter, 
bds 165 S Alabama. 

Byrne James C, lab Insane Hospital. 

Bvrne James C, messenger Am Ex Co, res 
"318 Union. 

Bvrne .John F, molder Hetherington &, 
'Berner, bds 320 S Illinois. 

Byrne Mary A, dressmkr, bds 120 Clifford 
ave. 

Byrne Patrick, lab, res 320 S Illinois. 

Byrne S, lab Sarven wheel works, 

Byron Frank, stove repairer, bds 165 S Al- 
abama. 

Byron Stephen, lab, bds 165 S Alabama. 



Cabalzar Jacob U, grocer 592 8 Meridian, 

res 612 same. 
Cabalzer Joseph, grocer 299 S Delaware, 

res same 



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Gold Watches, Diamonds, etc. 

98 East Washington Street. 

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ARCHITECTS 

52 V"aiice Block, 

Cor. Washington St. and Tirginia Ave. 
Cabinet Makers' Union, Henry 

Bauer, Pres, Gustave G Stark Sec'y, 

George A Albrecht Treas, Furniture 

Manufacturers 446 to 450 E Market.- 
*Cade Anderson K, lab. res 29 Willow. 
Cade James, agt Metropolitan Mnfg Co, 

bds 106 Columbia ave. 
Cade John, engineer Van Camp Packing 

Co, res 230 W Market. 
Cadwallader Eva M, bds 411 Park ave. 
Cadwallader George S, elk J E Hays, bds 

411 Park ave. 
Cadwallader John, farmer, res n w of Crown 

Hill Cemetery (N I). 
Cadwell Ethan A, millwright, res 191 

Park ave. 
Cady Abby A (wid Charles W), res 24 

Circle. 
Cady David C, elk N Y store, res 282 N 

Penn. 
Caesar August, baker, res 26 Mulberry. 
*Caffey Richard, porter, rms 31 Columbia. 
Caffrey John J, master mechanic Belt E R 

shops, res Fairview, Ind. 
*Cage John, lab State House, res 177 W 5th. 
*Cage Lizzie, bds 372 W 2d. 
*Cage Margaret (wid Wm), bds 242 Indiana 

ave. 
Cahalane Honora (wid Patrick) res 252 

Bates. 
Cahalane Patrick J, fireman C I St L & C 

Ry, bds 252 Bates. 
Cahill Alfred, blksmith car works, res 462 

N West. 
Cahill George W, plumber J C Dunn, bds 

601 N West. 
Cahill Hattie F, bds 295 N Mississippi. 
Cahill Hiram I, carp, res 601 N West. 
Cahill James B, printer Sentinel, res 428 

S Meridian. 
Cahill John, lamplighter C I St L & C Ry, 

res 233 Reid. 
Cahill John S, res 28 Church. 
Cahill John W, upholsterer M Clune, bds 

233 Reid. 

Buy Ynur Clnthing 

AT THE WHEN 
And Save One Profit. 



Cahill Joseph, spinner C E Geisendorff & 
Co, res 347 W Washington. 

Cahill Lillie, cashr Turpin & Co, bds 462 
N West. 

Cahill Maggie (Cahill Sisters), res 420 S 
Meridian. 

Cahill Mary (wid Hugh), res 347 W Wash- 
ington. 

Cahill Mary B, spooler, bds 476 W New 
York. 

Cahill Nancy I, bds 28 Church. 

Cahill Sadie (Cahill Sisters), res 420 S Me- 
ridian. 

Cahill Sisters (Sadie and Maggie), milli- 
nery 420 S Meridian. 

Cahill Thomas B, photographer Harry 
Fowler, rms 28 Hutchins block. 

Cahill Thomas M, architect State House, 
res 295 N Mississippi. 

Cahoon David, lab Kingan & Co, bds 319 
W Maryland. 

Cain, see also Kane, Kain and O'Cane 

Cain Bridget, attendant Insane Hospital. 

Cain Edward, engineer Insane Hospital. 

Cain Edward M, cooper Kingan & Co, bds 
69 S California. 

Cain Ellen, attendant Insane Hospital. 

Cain Emma E, seamstress, bds 180 Doug- 
lass. 

Cain Francis, lab Nordyke & Marmon Co, 
res 205 W McCarty. 

Cain Henry, fireman InsaneJHospital. 

Cain Jacob, foreman Jenney Electric 
res 223 Hadley ave (W I). 

Cain James A, cooper, bds 465 Locust. 

Cain James B, cooper L B Gardner, res 124 
S Tennessee. 

Cain John, trav agt G A Woodford & Co, 
rms 82 W Washington, 

Cain John W, cooper A Minter, bds 69 S 
California. 

Cain Kate, domestic 444 N Tennessee. 

Cain Lizzie, dressmkr, bds 41 Stevens. 

Cain Mary A, dressmkr, res 321 N Illinois. 

Cain Michael, lab, res rear 426 S West. 

Cain Michael, lab, res 229 Chesapeake. 

Cain Michael D, collector Metropolitan 
Mnfg Co, res 39 Valley. 

Cain Michael H, engineer, bds 665 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Cain Samuel, carp, res 46 Stevens. 

Cain Silas, jointer Standard Oil Co, res 133 
Maple. 

Cain Thomas, mach, bds 127 W South. 

Calbert General F, bartender Charles Pol- 
ster, res 223 S Tennessee. 

Calderhead James, baker, res 614 W Ver- 
mont. 

Calderhead John, mach Atlas works, bds 
614 W Vermont. 

*Caldo James, lab, res rear 276 W New 
York. 

*Caldo Maria, domestic 166 N Delaware. 

Caldwell, see also Cauldwell and Coldwell. 




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Caldwell Albert S (Francis Smith, Cald- 
well & Co), res Memphis, Tenn. 

Caldwell Andrew, dairyman, rescor Brook- 
side and Excelsior aves. 

Caldwell Arthur B, bkkpr Hanson- Van 
Camp Co, bds 785 N Penn. 

*Caldwell Benjamin, janitor I D & S Ry, 
bds rear 263 N East. 

Caldwell Charles C, elk 92 S Meridian, bds 
785 N Penn. 

Caldwell Edward E, elk W U Tel Co, res 
168 W Michigan. 

Caldwell Edward H, carp, bds 73 Vine. 

Caldwell Emma, elk N Y store, bds 169 W 
New York. 

Caldwell Emma (wid Wm F),rms 130 Vir- 
ginia ave. 

*Caldwell Frazier, lab, bds 23 Leon. 

*Caldwell Harry, lab Indpls Mall IronCo, 
res 602 W Michigan (W I). 

Caldwell James, meats 80 Ft Wayne ave, 
res same. 

Caldwell Jefferson, receiver stock yards, 
res 526 Bellefontaine. 

Caldwell Jennie, teacher public school No 
27, bds 526 Bellefontaine. 

Caldwell Margaret B (wid John), res 785 
N Penn. 

Caldwell Martha, bds 785 N Penn. 

Caldwell Mattie, seamstress, bds 191 W 
Maryland. 

*Caldwell Nelson, lab Citizens' Gas Works, 
res 94 Fayette. 

Caldwell Eobert G (Howland, Condit & 
Co), res 702 N Meridian. 

*Caldwell Susan, domestic 310 Broadway. 

Caldwell Susan A (wid Jasper), res 73 
Vine. 

Caldwell Thomas G, tailor S K Hammerly, 
res 169 W New York. 

Caldwell Wm T, conductor I B & W Ev, 
bds 77 W North. 

Cale Harry, elk, bds 143 N Alabama. 

Cale Howard, lawyer 3, 4, 5 and 6 Wright's 
Market Street block, res 526 Broadway. 

^Calender Amanda (wid Richard), res 32 
Peru. 

Calender Georgia A (wid Thomas), bds 32 
Peru. 

Calhoun John C, pattern maker car works, 
bds 259 Hadley ave (W I). 

Calhoun Wm A, fireman C I St L & C Ey, 
res 274 E Louisiana. 

California Street M E Church s w cor Cal- 
ifornia and North. 

Caligfrapli Type "Writer Xlie, 
H T Conde State Agent, 76 and 78 W 
Washington. [See right side lines.) 

Calkins Carroll C, mess C C C & I Ey, bds 
600 N Penn. 

Calkins Wm H (Harris & Calkins), res 600 
N Penn. 

Call Oscar L, stove mounter P M Pursell 
& Son, res 27^ Virginia ave. 



Frenzel Brothers, 

No. 1 West Wash. St. (Merchants National Bank) 

FnrGign ExdiangE 

And Money Orders on all principal Foreign points 
AT LOWEST BATES. 

Callahan Anna, domestic 676 N Delaware. 
Callahan Charles F, molder Indpls Mall 

Iron Co, res 46 Torbet. 
Callahan Daniel, lab, res 225 W Merrill. 
Callahan Dennis, mach Atlas works, bds 

36 Lord. 
Callahan Edwin R, printer Sentinel, bds 

120 Hoyt ave. 
Callahan Elmer E, carp, bds 273 N Cali- 
fornia. 
Callahan Henrietta, cook Sarah EShapley. 
Callahan James, mach Adas works, res 

72 Benton. 
Callahan James H, carp J B Emerson, res 

66 Fayette. 
Callahan James M, stone sawyer, res 376 

N Missouri. 
Callahan Jeremiah, lab Kingan & Co, bds 

225 W Merrill. 
Callahan Jeremiah F, mach Atlas works, 

res 122 Fayette. 
Callahan John, lab, res 12 Chadwick. 
Callahan John, servant 676 N Delaware. 
Callahan John F, lab C St L & P Ey, bds 

36 Lord. 
Callahan John P, grocer 120 Hoyt ave, res 



Callahan Kate, sorter U S Encaustic Tile 

works. 
Callahan Lillian, student, bds 36 Lord. 
Callahan Mary H G, elk E W Vance & Co, 

bds 36 Lord. 
Callahan Michael, elk county clerk's office, 

res 36 Lord. 
Callahan Michael jr, lab, bds 36 Lord. 
Callahan Michael, checkman C I St L i&C 

Ey, res 202 W Walnut. 
Callahan Michael H, molder Indpls Stove 

Co, res 335 S Missouri, 
Callahan Patrick, lab C C C & I Ey, bds 

229 Buchanan. 
Callahan Patrick, fireman C I St L & C 

Ey, bds 252 Bates. 
Callahan Thomas, baggagemaster, rms 1 

Madison Rve. 

SOUTHSIDE FOUNDRY CO., 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 

BRAY IRON CASTINBB, 

28 Shelby St. Telephone 158. 



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Take Elevator for College. 21 yeaia 
under the present proprietor. 

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(66 N. Pennsylvania St. 

■{ H. W. TuTEWiLEB, Manager. 
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iPATENTS 

C. BRADFORD, 

I Bolicitor of American and Foreign Patents, 16 and 18 
! Hubbard Elock, Indianapolis, Ind., and Le Droit 

Building, opp. II. S. Patent Office, 'Washington, 
D. C. See advertisement under head of 
"Patent Solicitors" in classified list. 

Callahan Timothy E.lab Atkins saw works, 
bds 76 Fayette. 

Callahan Timothy E, conductor I & V E 
R, res 94 Bates. 

Callahan Wm, res 273 N California. 

Callahan Wm H, teamster Kingan & Co, 
bds 273 N Caliifornia. 

*Callaway Andrew, lab Sinker, Davis & Co, 
res 616 Home ave. 

*Callaway Idia, laundress, res 616 Home 
ave. 

Callaway Wm J, elk F Barnard, bds 98 N 
Mississippi. 

*CalIender Amanda, domestic Capt Wm H 
Rexford. 

Calley Alexander, carp Capital City Plan- 
ing Mill, res 350 E New York. 

Callinan Daniel J, res 30 W Walnut. 

'*Callis Joseph, lab John Martin, res 183 
Elizabeth 

Callis Miss IviZZie O, State Li- 
brarian res, 548 N Tennessee. 

Callon Frank T, collector Aneshaensel & 
Strong, bds 25 W Pratt. 

Callon James F, teamster Knight & Jill- 
son, res 25 W Pratt. 

Callon Mary, domestic Indpls classical 
school residence. 

Calter John, engine inspector C St L «& P 
Ry, res 122 Spring. 

Caltrider Howard, cigarmkr, bds 4i Madi- 
son ave. 

Calvelage August H, foreman Indianapo- 
lis Malleable Iron Co, res Haughville. 

Calvert Felix M, elk Mutchner & Higgins 
Co, res 48 Bismarck. 

Calvin, see abo Colvin. 

Calvin Charles H, lab Atlas works, bds 46 
Greenwood. 

Calvin Emma, bds 222 N East. 

Calvin George O, lab Atlas works, bds 46 
Greenwood. 

Calvin James P, teamster, res 174 Bu- 
chanan. 

^ElTEHYEnnY^ 

Their Friends and Neighbors trade at the 
North Pennsylvania Street. 



Calvin John L, cabinetmkr Udell works, 

res Francis (N I). 
Calvin Joseph, res 46 Greenwood. 
Calvin Wm J, mach Atlas works, bds 46 

Greenwood. 
Cameron Daniel, coppersmith C St L & P 

RR.res 748 E Market. 
Cameron James D, driven wells 160 Ft 

Wayne ave, res 22 Gregg. 
Cameron John, engineer J M & I R R, bds 

44 S State ave. 
Cameron John D, blksmith G W Miller & 

Co, bds 112 Ft Wayne ave. 
Cameron John J, physician east terminus 

E Georgia, res same. 
Cameron Joseph B, bkkpr When Clothing 

store and leader When band, res 27 

School. 
Cameron Lizzie, dressmkr, bds 112 FtWayne 

ave. 
Cameron Margaret (wid John), res 112 Ft 

Wayne ave. 
Cameron Wilbert C, teamster G Wysong, 

bds 22 Gregg. 
Camp, see Kamp and Kemp. 
Campbell Agnes, tailoress A Konz, res 1© 

Church. 
^Campbell Alexander, lab James Carter, 

res w s Ramsay ave 3 n of Cliflford ave. 
Campbell Alice, bds 72 Yandes. 
Campbell Alvina V, teacher public school 

No 1, bds cor State and Sturm. 
*Campbell Amanda, res e s Keystone ave 1 

s of Clifford ave. 
Campbell Amasa, carp, res 297 Pendleton 

pike. 
*Campbell Andrew, lab, res w s Eureka 

ave 3 s of Clifford ave. 
*Campbell Andrew jr, lab, res e s Hub- 
bard 3 s of Clifford ave. 
Campbell Bruce S, postal elk, res 156 

Columbia ave. 
Campbell Calvin, lab, bdses Maxwell 1 n 

of Indiana ave. 
Campbell Catherine (wid Edward), res 

Haughville. 
Campbell Charles, elk J Leser jr, bds 8 

Lord. 
Campbell Charles A, car driver, bds 229 

Wist. 
Campbell Charles E, carp, res 251 N Ala- 
bama. 
Campbell Charles H, elk I B & W Ry, bds 

350 N Illinois. 
Campbell Charles W, brakeman C I St L 

& C Ry, res 74 English ave. 
Campbell Daniel, res rear 360 N Pine. 
Campbell Daniel S, lab, bds 22 Bradea 

block. 
Campbell Edward, carp, bds 88 Shelby. 
Campbell Edward C, carp W G Rubush, 

res 251 N Alabama. 
♦Campbell Edward E, porter, res 501 S 

Tennessee. 



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Office, 31 When Block, Opposite Post OflBce. 
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Campbell Elijah P, engineer C I St L & C 
Ry, res 173 Harrison. 

Oaoipbell George, conductor C I St L & (' 
R_v, res 110 Harrison. 

Campbell George, mach hand C H Gillett 
& Co. 

Campbell George H, lawyer, rms 170J E 
Washington. 

*Campbell Harrison, lab, res e s Balti- 
more ave 2 n of Blackmore. 

Campbell Hattie E (wid Daniel S), rms 22 
Braden block. 

Campbell Henry C, res 197 State ave. 

Campbell Hugh, mngr M S Huey & Son, 
res 219 Pendleton ave. 

■■'Campbell James, lab Coffin, Greenstreet & 
Fletcher, res 24 Nebraska. 

Campbell James D, carp, res 490 W North. 

Campbell James K, mach hand, res 64 Ma- 
ple. 

Campbell James S, cigars 54 E Market, res 
558 N Tennessee. 

Campbell Jeremiah R, carp, res 88 Shelby. 

Campbell John, stonesetter, bds 208 W 
Court. 

Campbell John D, farmer, res 837 N Ten- 
nessee. 

Campbell John F, varnisher, bds 113 Dor- 
man. 

Campbell John W,trav pass agt Penn Lines, 
rms 15 Halcvon block. 

^Campbell Joseph, lab D E Stone & Co, 
bds w s Eureka ave 3 s of Clifford ave. 

*Campbell Joseph C, barber 121 Ft Wayne 
ave, res same. 

Campbell J D, genl counsel and sec'y I B 
& W Ry, res New York City. 

Campbell Kate (wid Henry C), rms 10 
Bonanza block. 

Campbell Kate, copyist, res 300 S 

TcDDCSSGC 

Campbell Kate L (wid Thomas S), bds 350 
N Illinois. 

Campbell Katie,domestic445N New Jersey. 

Campbell Levi S, physician 17 Indiana 
ave, res 78 Peru. 

Campbell Lawrence, lab B F Hill, bds 
same. 

Campbell Luther T, engineer, res 24 Lord 

Campbell Margaret, bds 113 Dorman. 

Campbell Marcia (wid Joseph), res 105 
Minerva. 

Campbell Mary, domestic 49 Central ave. 

Campbell Mary (wid Charles C), res 350 N 
Illinois. 

Campbell Mary (wid Maurice), res 113 Dor- 
man. 

Campbell Mary T, laundress Metropolitan 
Laundry and Clean Towel Co, bds 113 
Dorman. 

Campbell Mary T, domestic 276 N Dela- 
ware. 

Campbell Michael, cooper Kingan & Co, 
bds 234 S West. 



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Campbell Milton T, watchmkr 124 Mass 

ave, res same. 
Campbell Minnie M, elk Nordyke & Mar- 

mon Co, bds 375 College ave. 
Campbell Orpha, domestic 186 E Michigan. 
Campbell Richard C, res 343 E McCarty. 
Campbell Robert, captain metropolitan! 

police, res 84 Harrison. [_'*"- 

Campbell Rufus, printer, res 32 S Arsenal ^^^ 

ave. L 

Campbell Samuel L, bookbinder Carlou &k^HB 

Hollenbeck, bds 350 N Illinois. _ _ L 
Campbell Mrs Sarah S, rms 97i N Illinois, r^ ^ 
Campbell Stella, res 211 S Penn. \^ ^ 

Campbell Thomas F, elk I B & W Ry, bds 

350 N Illinois. • — ' — 

Campbell Thomas H, car driver, res 227 W m 

1st. ^ 

Campbell Wallace W, res 40 Ash. ^ i^ 

Campbell Walter, porlc packer, res 708 N jr' ^' 

Mississippi. \^ < 

Campbell Wm, lab, res 38 Maple. p' ^ 

Campbell Wm, engineer J M & I R R, bds O a 

44 Summit. § ^ 

Campbell Wm, hostler Adams Ex Co, res q. 2 

5 Susquehanna. ^ p 

Campbell Wm, molder Indpls Mall Iron QQ Z 

Co, bds C Campbell, Haughville. * *" 

Campbell Wm B, lab O S Gillett, res 9 d 

Ludlow Lane (Oak Hill). 
Campbell Wm B, clerk C AShotwell, res' ' 

139 N Penn. 1— 

Campbell Wm P, switchman C St L & P L - 

R R, res 413 W New York. — - 

Campfield George W, carp Shover & Chris- ^J 

tian, res rear 136 N Liberty. p]^ 

Camphausen Emil, saloon 476 E Washing- r^ 

ton, res same. h^ 

C'amphausen Gottleib, mach C& A Potts tt"^^" 

Co, res 48 Laurel. i^m 

Camplin Richard S(Camplin& Von Hake), I 

res 169 Ash. __ 

Camplin & Von Hake (Richard S Camplin, ^1 

Carl Von Hake), shoes 25 W Washing- !-_■ 

ton. |*A| 

Establislied 1869. CD 

GRUBB, PAXTON & CO., i^ 

InsuranGiRaal Estate, ^ 

31 Circle Street. h-l 

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12 and 15 Thorpe Block. 

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Campman Wm, lab M & C Union, res 85 
Spring. 

Canada Southern Fast Freight Line, Frank 
H Ensworth agt, s e cor Virginia ave and 
Georgia. 

Canan Lucinda (wid John W), bds 136 
Madison ave. 

Canan Wm S, boxmkr Frederick Dietz, res 
130 Madison ave. 

Canary A Lincoln, lab W St L & P Ky, 
bds 146 N Alabama. 

Canary Christopher C, teamster, res 70 
State ave. 

Canaiy Peter A, trav agt D H Baldwin & 
Co, res 368 N Mississippi. 

Canavan Ada (wid John), res 169 Bane. 

Canby Elizabeth (wid Samuel), res 52 Park 
ave. 

Cancev James, lab, res 5 Arthur. 

Candell J W, lab, Atlas works. 

Cane, see Cain and Kain. 

Canfield Benton V (Canfield Bros), bds 46 
Kussell ave. 

Canfield Bros (Benton V and Wm S), 
printers 46 Russell ave. 

Canfield Bvron W, wrapper L S Ayres & 
Co, res 10 E Michig;in. 

Canfield Harry R, r.s340 Peru. 

Canfield Jeremiah D, cooper Consolidated 
Tank Line Co, res Pine. 

Canfield John M, elder, res 46 Russell ave. 

Canfield Maggie, laundress Insane Hospi- 
tal. 

Canfield Wm S (Canfield Bros), bds 46 
Rnssell ave. 

Canfield Woods P, postmaster Haughville, 
res Siime. 

Canlan Nora, Inundress Spencer House. 

Cannon Charles H, sigl importers 26 Ken- 
tucky ave, r s 211 Park ave. 

Cannon Edward, pedler, res 21 Leon. 

Cannon Ellen, domestic 181 College ave. 

Cannon George, apprentice, bds 79 Rock- 
wood. 

ONE PRICE, 

AND THAT PRICE ALWAYS ONE PROFIT 
BELOW ALL COMPETITION. 



Cannon Harry, cigarmkr Henry Miller, 

res 282 Railroad. 
Cannon Lydia, domestic 63 Beaty. 
Cannon Maggie, domestic 35 Central ave. 
Cannon Thomas, lab Coburn & Jones, bd& 

183 W South. 
Cannon Thomas D, tel opr Belt R R, bdS' 

183 W South. 
Cannon Thomas L, carp, res 79 Rockwood. 
Cannon Wm T, elk Indianapolis Uniort 

^y Co, res 291 Broadway. 
Cannoy Wm, bds 711 N Tennessee. 
Canllon James E, letter carrier, bds 98 

Fayette. 
Cantlon Patrick F, lab Atkins saw works^ 

bds 98 Fayette. 
Cantlon Thomas, drayman, res 98 Fayette. 
Cantlon Thomas E, lab, bds 98 Fayette. 
Cantrell Daniel M, printer Hasselman- 

Journal Co, res 71 E St Clair. 
Cantwell Bridget, bds 480 E Georgia. 
Cantwell Bridget M (wid Michael), res 132 

N Pine. 
Cantwell Edward J, opr W U Tel Co, bds 

132 N Pine. 
Cantwell Hattie M, dressmkr L S Ayres & 

Co, res 132 N Pine. 
Cantwell John, painter C St L & P Ry, bd& 

480 E Georgia. 
Cantwell Margaret (wid Timothy ), bd& 

480 E Georgia. 
Cantwell Thomas E, opr W U Tel Co, res 

741 E Michigan. 
Capen Philip, engineer F R Jennings, res 

350 S West. 
Capital City Planing Mill, Peter Routier 

propr, 317 to 329 Mass ave. 
Capital City Steam Boiler 

aaid l^lieet Iron Works, Noble 

& Anderson Proprs, 149 S Mississippi. 

{See adv p 20.) 
Capital Elevator Co, J A Closser pres, M 

A Woollen, sec'y, office 33^ S Meridian. 
Capital Elevator, elevator cor Walnut and 

Big Four R R. 
CapitMl House, 193 W Washington. 
Capital Investment Co, (Sam- 
uel Taylor, Samuel P Rowe, Noah Cook, 

Henry Meyer), Insurance, Loans and 

Real Estate 1 and 2 Sentinel bldg. 
Capital Rubber Stamp 

Works, G J Mayer Propr, 11 S Me- 

rid i an . ( -See adv p 22. ) 
Capito Fanny B, candy wrapper Thea 

Moench & Bro, bds, 72 Elm. 
Capito Harry A, carriage trimmer, bds 72 

Elm. 
Caj)ito Nellie G, packer G R Wysong & 

Co, bds 72 Elm. 
Capito Sarah J (wid George H), res 72 Elm. 
Caplinger Daniel B, mngr Fayette Street 

Rink, res 206 W Walnut. 
Capstick Siimnel, molder car works, bds 

13 Nordyke ave (W I). 



Office Desks i Store Fixtures! 



SALISBUSV I STAES7,. 

177 CLiNXON i-^TRBliT. 

Telephone 999. 



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W. G. WASSON, 
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(Ingalls Block). 



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Carbary Edward, corporal U S Arsenal, 

res same. 
Carbaugh Simon P, stone mason, res 36 

Drake. 
Carbolic Smoke Ball Co, Dr A J Spinner 

pres, 36^ W Washington. 
Carder James, lab Gladden, Cope & Hunt, 

res 649 N Mississippi. 
Carey Addie M (wid Jason), res 675 N 

Delaware. 
*Carey Beverly, lab, bds 187 Mass ave. 
Carey Elizabeth (wid Samuel K), rms 48 

Shively block. 
Carey Ellen (wid Michael), bds 171 Eng- 
lish ave. 
Carey George A E, physician 227 College 

ave, res same. 
Carey Mrs G W, dressmaker s w cor Illi- 
nois and Kentucky ave, bds 74 W 3d. 
Carey JHarvey G, vice-pres Hanson-Van 

Camp Co, res 48 W North. 
Carey John, lab, res 146 Dorman. 
Carey John N, mngr D Stewart, res 265 N 

Illinois. 
Carey Low , trav agt, bds 48 W North. 
Carey Mamie B, tailoress T E Porter, bds 

69 High, 
Carey Mary A (wid James), res 69 High. 
Carey Michael, lab, res 171 English ave. 
Carey Minnie M, bds 675 N Delaware. 
Carey Patrick, helper Nordyke & Marmon 

Co, res w s Lee 2 s of Lambert ( W I). 
Carey Rachel C (wid Benjamin W), bds 

355 Pendleton pike. 
Carey Ruth, coffee packer Schnull & Krag, 

bds 182 Blackford. 
Carey Sadie, domestic 848 N Illinois. 
*Carey Samuel, lab, res 174 E Washington. 
Carey Samuel C, elk Layman & Carey Co, 

bds 325 N Penn. 
Carey Simeon B (Layman & Carey Co), res 

325 N Penn. 
Carey Willard G, bds 74 W 3d. 
Carey Wm, shoemkr 86 S Illinois, res 166 

Douglass. 
Carey Wm M P, shoemkr W Carey, bds 

166 Douglass. 
Carey Wm R, foreman, res 182 Blackford. 
Cargett Johnna (wid Jacob), res 270 Co- 
burn. 
Carhart Mrs Emma, res 234 S Penn. 
Carico, see Carrico. 
Carl, see also Carll and Karle. 
Carl Katie, domestic Gaetz Hotel. 
Carl Lilian, domestic Gaetz Hotel. 
Carle Lowden H, elk, bds 20 Shelby. 
Carle Lucy T, teacher public school No 7, 

bds 20 Shelby. 
Carle Mary, stenographer The Wm F Piel 

Co, bds 20 Shelby. 
Carle Wm H, farmer, res 20 Shelby. 
Carleton, see also Carlton. 
Carleton George T, bkkpr W B Burford, 

res 735 N Penn. 



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Carleton Philip J, elk Indiana Trust and 

Safe Deposit Co and sec'y The Moore 

Desk Co, res 735 N Penn. 
Carlile, see Carlisle. 
Carlin, see also Carlon. 
Carlin Frank J, elk E Wulschner, bds 236 

N Illinois. 
Carlin John D F, dairyman, res Oak Hill. 
Carlin Lilian, bds 526 Broadway. 
Carlin Robert L, trav agt D H Baldwin & 

Co, bds Occidental Hotel. 
Carlin Wm M, trav agt E Wulschner, res 

130 Christian ave. 
Carlisle Ann M (wid Daniel), bds 573 N 

Tennessee. 
Carlisle Block, 256* W Washington. 
Carlisle Daniel, elk H H Lee, bds 429 N 

Meridian. 
Carlisle Daniel, lab I B & W Ry, res w s 

Miley ave 15 n of Washington (W I), 
Carlisle Ella, dressmkr, res 29 Blum. 
^Carlisle Mrs Eveline, dressmkr, bds 164 

Indiana ave. 
Carlisle Gideon, fireman I B & W Ry, res 

s s Vermont 3 w oi Belt R R ( \V I) . 
Carlisle John, res 429 N Meritlian. 
Carlisle Matilda (wid Edward), bds 417 N 

California. 
Carlisle Wm, packer Kingan & Co, res 222 

W Maryland. 
Carll, see also Carl and Karle. 
Carll Alice, seamstress, res 36 Hosbrook. ^i^ 
Carll Charles P. shoecutter Indiamipolis • 

Shoe Factory, res 412 E McCMrty. ^ 

Carll^Ella, buttonholemkr, bds 412 E Mc- O 

Carty. g 

Carll Samuel P, patternmkr Indianapolis y 

Stove Co, res 412 £ McCarty. rd 

Carll Wm S, packer Moore Combination "^ 

Desk Co, res 36 Hosbrook. j 

Carlon, see also Carlin. T 

Carlon Christopher, lab, res 224 Chesapeake. >■ 
Carlon John (Carlon & Holleubeck), bds "X 

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Carlon & Hollenbeck (John 
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ers, Stationers and Bookbinders s e cor 
Circle and Meridian ; Telephone 267. 
(See adv opp.) 

Carlson Hilma, starcher N Y Steam Laun- 
dry, bds 23 Bicking. 

Carlson Wm G, mach hand C St L & P R 
R, res 23 Bicking. 

Carlstedt Oscar A elk A Kiefer & Co, res 
E National road. 

Carlton, see also Carlelon. 

Carlton Charles W, res 318 S East. 

Carlton John W. bailiff Marion Criminal 
Court, res 101 Lexington ave. 

Carman Addie, music teacher Institution 
for the Blind. 

*Cannans Rosa (wid Henry), bds 596 N 
Mississippi. 

■■■Carmichael Jeremiah W, lab, bds 646 
Superior. 

■■■■'Carmichael John, lab, res rear 161 St 
Mary. 

'■"Carmichael Mary, domestic 573 N Penn. 

Carmou John E, student, bds 97 N New 
Jersey. 

Carnagey Wm H, finisher Western Furni- 
ture Co, res 145 Dougherty. 

Carnagua James W, lab, res 250 Davidson. 

Carnagua John W, finisher Otto Stechhan, 
bds 250 Davidson. 

Oarnahan J ames R, lawyer, res 578 N Penn. 

Carnegie John C, printer Carlon & Hollen- 
beck, bds 17 Kentucky ave. 

Carnes, see also Cams. 

Carnes Abner B, lab, bds Oak Hill. 

Carnes A.nnie E, press feeder Hasselman- 
Journal Co, bds Oak Hill. 

Carnes Mrs Saphronia, res Oak Hill. 

Carney Catherine (wid John), res 266 S 
Delaware. 

Carney George S,clk J R Carney, bds same. 

Carney Harvey D, truckman C St L & P 
R R, bds 15 Drake. 

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Carney James R, restaurant 182 W Wash- 
ington, res same. 

Carney John, lab C H Ross, bds 477 S 
Tennessee. 

Carney John S, mer police, bds South 
House. 

Carney Mrs Laurietta, seamstress, res 120 
E McCarty. 

Carney Patrick, lab, res 473 S Tennessee. 

Carney Patrick, lab T Madden, bds 55 
Deloss. 

Carney Thomas S, blksmilh Dean Bros' 
Steam Pump works, bds 144 Madison ave. 

Carney Wm, trav agt D Bradley MnfgCo, 
res 24 Broadway. 

Carney Wm, truckman C St L & P R R, 
res 29 Athon. 

Carney Wm M, driver Kingan & Co, res 
333 Liberty. 

Cams, see also Carnes. 

Cams Frank B, news agt, bds 190^ S Hli- 
nois. 

Carothers Wm M, trav agt, res 51 E Mc- 
Carty. 

Carpenter Albert, elk Nordyke & Marmon 
Co, bds e s Elder ave 3 s I D & S Ry 
(WI). 

•"Carpenter Anthony, helper C & A Potts 
& Co, res 145 Patterson. 

Carpenter Edwin, teamster Indpls Cabinet 
Co, res 71 Peru ave. 

Carpenter Frank, mach, bds Emmet Hotel. 

Carpenter George, driver, bds 71 Peru ave. 

Carpenter Henry W, farmer, res Mt Jack- 
son. 

Carpenter Homer C, civil engineer, res 308 
W Michigan. 

Carpenter James H, keeper E National 
road toll gate, res same. 

Carpenter Jessie L, stenographer J A Clos- 
ser & Co, bds 623 N Illinois. 

Carpenter John I, elk The Henry Bill Pub- 
lishing Co, bds 623 N Illinois. 

Carpenter Martha J, res Stratford. 

Carpenter Nathaniel, res n s Manchester 
opp Sangster ave. 

*Carpenter Peter, lab Indpls Mall Iron Co, 
res 566 W North. 

Carpenter Ransom H, opr W U Tel Co, res 
308 W Michigan. 

Carpenter Rebecca A (wid Henry R), res 
623 N Illinois. 

Carpenter Robert, lab Hall & Lilly. 

Carpenter Thomas J, carp C St L & P R R, 
res 527 E Market. 

Carpenter Walter N, stenographer Nor- 
dyke & Marmon Co, res 359 Park ave. 

■^Carpenter Washington, lab, res 299 Fay- 
ette. 

Carpenter Wm, lab Acme Milling Co, res 
over 529 N Illinois. 

Carper James F, porter Am Ex Co, rms 23 
Madison ave. 

Carr, see also Kerr. 



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Carr Albert D, hostler Parrott 

res 19 S Alabama. 
■Carr Alice, bds 179 Hill ave. 
Carr Bell, res 197 "W New York. 
Carr Bruce, Aiulitor of State, 

State bldg, rms 28 When block. 
Carr Calvary M^ notary public and elk 



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Carney James K, restaurant 182 W Wash- 
ington, res same. 

Carney John, lab C H Ross, bds 477 S 
Tennessee. 

Carney John S, mer police, bds South 
House. 

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Carr Albert D, hostler Parrott & Taggart, 

res 19 S Alabama. 
-Carr .Mice, bds 179 Hill ave. 
Carr Bell, res 197 W New York. 
Carr Bruce, Aiuiitor of State, office 

State blclg, rms 28 When block. 
Carr Calvarv M, notary public and elk 

Fitzgerald" & Powell 6G E Market, bds 

47 Christian ave. 
Carr Charles, lab, res Stratford. 
Carr Charles C, lumber, res 414 Ash. 
Carr Daniel, bartender M Irie, rms 14 S 

Mississippi. 
Carr Edward, molder Indianapolis Stove 

Co, bds 207 N Pine. 
Carr Edward M, watch repairer Edward 

Ducas, res Bright wood. 
Carr Erskine E, m'ach C St L & P R R, res 

567 E Market. 
Carr Frank, elk Michael Cunningham, res 

72 Ann. 
Carr George, engineer C C C & I Ry, res 

109 Dorman. 
Carr Hannah (wid Thomas), grocer 296 S 

Missouri, res same. 
Carr Hattie, domestic 6 Wood,Haughville. 
*Carr Henry, coachman 667 N Delaware. 
Carr James, driver, res 285 AV Merrill. 
Carr James, pedler, res 224 E Washington. 
Carr James A, bookbinder Carlon & Hol- 

lenbeck, bds 207 N Pine. 
Carr Jennie, domestic 549 Central ave. 
■Carr John, lab John Martin, res 224 N 

Missouri. 
Carr John E, boilermkr C C C & I Ry, res 

207 N Pine. 
Carr John T, lab, bds 296 S Missouri. 
Carr Kate, domestic 622 N Penn. 
Carr Kitty, domestic 336 Central ave. 
Carr Lavinia, bds Nathan Carr (N I). 
Carr Lura A, teacher public school No 27, 

bds 414 Ash. 
Carr Martin, foremen Kingan & Co, bds 75 

Patterson. 
Carr Mary (wid Manus), bds 207 N Pine. 
Carr Mary, domestic 136 Broadway. 
Carr Mary domestic 477 Park ave. 
Carr Mary A (wid Richard), res 414 Ash. 
Carr Michael W, journalist, bds 67 W Mc- 

Carty. 
Carr Moses, mach hand Udell works, bds 

Nathan Carr (N I). 
Carr Nathan, lab Crown Hill cemetery, res 

Addison (N I). 
Carr Patrick, lab C C C I & I Ry, res 95 

John. 
Carr Rollin S, solicitor Franklin Ins Co, 

rms 28 Windsor block. 
Carr Rose, dressmkr, bds 207 N Pine. 
Carr Sallie, attendant Insane Hospital. 
Carr Sarah P (wid Nicholas L), res Mt 

Jackson. 
Carr \Vm, opr W UTel Co, bds 132 N Ten- 



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ofGas ChaiKUlitrs, Dr.u) I.i^'lits, (.ilobis, Burn- 
ers, etc. and rrui i;uU<kVP U\(\ everything 
in the water 1 rjLrjrnUiM!i Oi)\J Rasorsteam 
fitting line. Kepair.s dune promptly and in a 
workmanlike manner, ill North I'cuusylvauia 
Street. Dcuison llotci Block. 

Carrick Henry J, dairyman, res 22d (N I). 

Carrick Malachi, lab, res 277 W Mary- 
land. 

*Carrico George, lab, bds rear 612 N 
West. 

Carrico John B, carp, res 50 Elizabeth. 

Carrico John E, lab Woodburn Sarven 
Wheel Co, bds 271 S Illinois. 

Carrico John V, carp, res 50 Elizabeth. 

Carrico Nannie E (wid John M), res 53 
Dougherty. 

Carrigan Rose, domestic 79 E Michigan. 

Carriger John J, real estate 58 E Market, 
res 301 N Delaware. 

Carriger Morton T, bkkpr, bds 301 N Dela- 
ware. 

Carroll Addie, seamstress H P Wasson&Co. 

Carroll Albert E, finisher Vv' L Elder bds 
174 W Ohio. 

Caroll Albert S, lab, bds 75 N Alabama. 

Carroll Alfred, lab Adams A: Shearman, 
res 48 N New Jersey. 

*Carroll Amelia, domestic 336 Park ave. 

Carroll Annie, domestic 585 N Tennessee. 

Carroll Artemesia, res Irvington. 

Carroll Belle, teacher public school No 16, 
bds 308 N Tennessee. 

Carroll Charles, upholsterer, res 356 Union. 

Carroll Christopher, lab Kingan tS: Co, res 
511 N West. 

Carroll Edward U, mach hand Tucker & 
Dorsey Mnfg Co, bds 82 Olive. 

Carroll Frank, painter S Wallace. 

Carroll James, engineer Kingan & Co, bds 
Capital House. 

Carroll James, plasterer, res 537 Virginia 
ave. 

Carroll James, lab D E Stone & Co. 

Carroll James, expressman, res 285 W Mer- 
rill. 

Carroll James E, lab, res 82 Olive. 

Carroll James P, baker, res 174 W Ohio. 

Carroll John, lab, bds 176 Shelby. 

Carrol John, car driver, bds 229 W Wash- 
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_H Carroll John, engineer Indpls Glue Co, bds 

OT^ 37 Drake, 
^j Carrol John, lab C C C & I Ry, bds 22 Elm. 
rn Carroll John, elk Byram, Cornelius & Co, 
*^ bds 726 N Tennessee, 

w^w Carroll John J, filler W Kautsky, bds 584 
Madison ave. 
CCS Carroll John F, elk M M Williams, bds 14 

I Carroll Martin, rms 246 W Washington. 
I Carroll Mary, housemaid Henry D Pierce, 
I res 511 N West. 

Carroll Mary, elk Michael Carroll, bds 409 
j^^^ S Missouri. 

Carroll Maurice, lab Kingan & Co, res 335 
% t— W Maryland. 
GS Carroll Michael, grocer 200 W McCaity, 

res 409 S Missouri. 
^ ^ Carroll Patrick, trav agt, bds 4 McGill. 

O Carroll Peter H, mer police, res 199 Eliza- 
beth. 
Carroll Thomas B, mngr W W Carroll, bds 
Hotel English. 
Q3 Carroll Thomas H, elk Vance Hunter & 
C ^ Co, rms 21 Ross block. 
CSS Carroll Wm H, brakeman C St L & P R R 
res 32 S Arsenal ave. 
I Carroll Wm W, saloon Hotel English, res 
^^3 61 Ft Wayne ave. 
^^Carron Dennis, bds 318 Martindale ave. 
^^Carskadon James, lab Woodburn-Sarven 
^~" Wheel Co, res 866 S Meridian. 

Carskadon Joseph E, lab Woodburn-Sarven 
^,^00 Wheel Co, bds 866 S Meridian. 
^ M^ 'Carson Calvin, brick mason, res 63 How- 
S^ ard. 

>^ Carson Charles C, painter I D & S Ry 
^^jT shops, res 109 Hoyt ave. 
MJ Carson Elhanan L, lab C St L & P R R, 
^^"^ res Woodside. 
-_i^ Carson Harry L, driver C G Lohrman & 
^g Son, bds 488 N West. 
,^^ Carson Hershey E, saw filer, res e s Yan- 
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Carson James I, collarmkr Charles Lum- 

ley, bds 553 Virginia ave. 
Carson John, car driver, bds 199 W Mary- 
land. 
Carson John F (Carson & Thompson), res 

831 N Penn. 
Carson John W, collarmkr, res 553 Vir- 
ginia ave. 

*Carson John W, lab A Burdsal, bds 23 
Athon. 

Carson Letty A (wid P Gibson), res 682- 
Mass ave. 

Carson Mads, patternmkr H P Hood, res 
Indiana ave n of city limits. 

Carson Patrick, live stock, res n e cor Watts 
and Michigan. 

Carson Peter, inspector of customs P O 
bldg, res 243 W McCarty. 

Carson Robert, night police Insane Hos- 
pital. 

Carson Wm L, engineer Udell works, res 
Wells (N I). 

Carson & Xhompson (John F 
Carson, Charles Thompson), Lawyers rms 
7 and 9 84^ E Washington. 

Carter Abraham L, molder Indpls Mall 
Iron Co, bds C Martindale, Haughville. 

*Carter Albert, barber 68 W Maryland, res 
746 N West. 

Carter Alexander, carp, res 303 E Georgia. 

*Carter Amanda, domestic 394 N Merid- 
ian. 

"^Carter Amanda E, domestic 956 N Illi- 
nois. 

Carter America, domestic 505 N West. 

^Carter Ann (wid John), res 271 Peru. 

■-'■Carter Annie, laundress, bds 105 Locke. 

Carter Avie P, elk R B Jerusalem, bds 434 
Central ave. 

Carter Bettie, cook J Huegele, res 62 Cook. 

Carter Brice M, contractor, res 434 Central 
ave. 

Carter Charles, hostler W O Patterson, res 
19 Elm. 

Carter Charles, student, bds 80 W Mary- 
land. 

Carter Charles C, inspector Mnfrs Mut Fire 
Ins Co of Indpls, bds Occidental Hotel. 

Carter Charles E, confectioner 59 N Illi- 
nois, res same. 

■•'"Carter Daniel, lab, res 92 Dorman. 

•■■Carter Edward, barber, res 780 N Tennes- 
see. 

^Carter Edwin, lab Crown Hill cemetery, 
res Michigan road opp cemetery (N I). 

•^Carter Elizabeth, bds 105 Locke. 

Carter Ella, bds 874 N Alabama. 

Carter Frances L, bds 442 N Illinois. 

Carter Frank H, Druggist 300 Mass 
ave s w cor St Clair, res 53 Bellefon- 
taine. 

Carter Frank L, bkkpr, bds 360 N East. 

Carter Frank L, night attendant public 
library, bds 323 Home ave. 



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Carter Frank R, mngr G L W Mack, res 

161 E Ohio. 
Carter Fred L, elk, bds s w cor Broadway 

and 7th. 
Carter George (Carter & Binford), res 544 

N Tennessee. 
Carter George H (Carter & Lee), res 390 

Broadway. 
Carter George W, carp, res 304 W Market. 
Carter Mrs Georgia, res n w cor Lincoln 

and Ash. 
Carter Henry C, day police Insane Hos- 
pital. 
Carter Hester A (wid Joshua), dressmkr, 

res 318 Bellefontaine. 
Carter James, carp, res 665 N Mississippi. 
Carter James F, candymkr C E Carter, bds 

59 N Illinois. 
Carter James F, saw mill s e cor Wabash 

Ry and Lincolo ave, res n w cor Lincoln 

ave and Ash. 
Carter James W, farmer, res 442 N Illinois. 
Carter Jennie E, domestic F Deitch. 
Carter John, wiper C St L & P R R. 
Carter John, salesman C E Coffin & Co, res 

360 N East. 
*Carter John, waiter C R Miles, res 204 

Agues. 
Carter John W agt, hardware 296 Mass 

ave, res 104 Plum. 
*Carter Joshua, lab, bds 647 E 7th. 
Carter Lettie, chambermaid Jefferson 

House. 
■■■Carter Levi, lab, res 114 Hill ave. 
*Carter Lewis, lab, res w s Rural, 2 s of 

Brinkman. 
-■'Carter Lewis, lab, res s w cor Locke and 

Rhode Island. 
*Carter Lewis C, res 322 N Liberty. 
Carter Lizzie, domestic 233 E Michigan. 
Carter Maggie A (wid John E), res 214 W 

Court. 
^Carter Martha J (wid George T), res 71 

Budd. 
Carter Mary B, res 115 N Illinois. 
*Carter Mary G, teacher public school No 

18, bds 271 Peru. 
Carter Nora, domestic 600 N Delaware. 
Carter Oliver L, elk C E Coffin & Co, 

bds 360 N East. 
*Carter Philip, lab Shover & Christian, res 

421 W Pratt. 
*Carter Phoebe (wid Peter), bds 370 N 

Mississippi. 
*Carter Robert C, lab, res 647 E 7th. 
Carter Thomas J, printer, bds 117 N Illi- 
nois. 
Carter Vinson, lawyer 21 Vance block, res 

686 Broadway. 
*Carter Wm L, lab, bds 71 Budd. 
^Carter Wm M, barber, res 131 W 5th. 
Carter & Binford (George Carter, 

James N Binford), Lawyers 94^ E Wash- 
ington. 



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At Lonest Kates. 

Carter & Lee (Geors;e H Carter, Silas A 
Lee), lumber cor W Washington and Belt 
RR(W I). 

Carton Anna, tailoress, bds 611 S Merid- 
ian. 

Carton Andrew, helper Belt R R,res 611 S 
Meridian. 

Carton Hugh, bartender A Watson, bds 90 
S Mississippi. 

Carton John H, lab stock yards, bds 611 S 
Meridian. 

Carton Kate, elk A Dickson & Co, bds 611 
S Meridian. 

Carton Mary E, elk M H Spades, bds 611 
S Meridian. 

Carton Wm T, lab, bds 611 S Meridian. 

Cartwell Edward J, opr W U Tel Co, res 
132 N Pine. 

Carty Rev Charles P, res 277 English ave. 

Carty Wm D, upholsterer T Madden, bds 
277 English ave. 

Carver Alfred, cabinetmkr Moore Combi- 
nation Desk Co, res 21 Shelby. 

Carver Bertha A, dressmkr, bds 21 Shelby. 

Carver Edwin A, driver Adams Ex Co, res 
15 Frank block. 

Carver George O, lab U S Wire and Nail 
wrks, bds 21 Shelby. 

Carver Jessie A, dressmkr, bds 21 Shelby. 

Carver John, nailer U S Wire and Nail 
Works, res 21 Shelby. 

Carver John A, cooper Consolidated Tank 
Line Co, res 8 Arthur. 

Carver Lizzie A, dressmkr, bds 21 Shelby. 

Carver Nellie F, dressmkr, bds 21 Shelby. 

Carver Frank F, foreman upholsterer W 
L Elder, res 270 S Penn. 

Carvin Hannah E (wid Austin A), dress- 
mkr, res 17 Elm. 

Carvin James M, physician 127 S Illinois, 
res 201 Huron. 

Carvin Orville O, trav agt Fahnlev & Mc- 
Crea, bds 201 Huron. 

Cary, see Carey. 

Casadv,.see al.to Casmdy and Cassidy. 

S. D. CRANE, 

Jeweler and Optician 

98 East Washington Street. 
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Building, opp. U. S. Patent Office, Washington, 



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Jg gCasady Frank E, bds i 
(^ a Watts. 



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n S 9 Casady Herbert, bds s s Clifford ave 1 w of 

"12 Watts. 

■Z Casady Robert, dairy, res s Clifford ave 1 w 

^ 3 5 of Watts. 

n S S^^^'*'^^^^ Peter, teamster, res 370 Union. 

H S ^Case Barien L, carp, res 730 E Market. 

r\ :5- gCase David H, engineer Consolidated Tank 

^ 91 Line Co, res 25 Lord. 

'^Case Estelle R, stenographer Hasselman- 

k * Journal Co, bds 558 N Tennessee. 

K e Case Frank L, brakeman C St L & P R E, 

[. « bds 384 E Market. 

\^ ^ Case Harry S, agt, bds 140 N Alabama. 

»•» Case Mrs Helen, res 140 N Alabama. 

^ Case John B, engineer, res 353 E Market. 

Case John F, carriage trimmer, bds 140 N 

f? Alabama. 

" Case Mrs Lucy A, rms 13 Stewart Place. 

Case L Butler (Case & Co), physician 95 
.^ Brookside ave, res same. 

,(i$j;^ Case S Allen, entry elk Byram, Cornelius 
'f:P}<^ & Co, res 268 Fletcher ave. 
*^' Case & Co (L Butler Case, James H 
Alvey), Druggists 3 Clifford ave. 

Case & li¥illard Xhireslier Co, 
f #) of Battle Creek, Mich, Mnfrs Engines 
<^ A and Theshers, Hiram C Fairbanks Man- 
^ ager, 3 Masonic Temple 
I Caser, see also Kasev: 
^MHi^Caser David, barber, bds 30 N West. 

Casey Catherine (wid Michael), res 174 
^ Dorman. 
L^^J Casey Daniel, lab Kingan & Co, bds 178 S 
^^^^ Mississippi. 

^^^ Casey Daniel, gluer Indpls Cabinet Co, bds 
^"■^ 174 Dorman. 

Casey Dennis, lab C I St L & C Ey, res 52 

' Deloss. 

■ Casey Dennis, lab, res 21 Chadwick. 

ICasey Ellen (wid John), res 274 W Mc- 
Carty. 

Casey Helen (wid Patrick), res 355 S Mis- 
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Casey James, lab Kingan & Co, res 275 W 

McCarty. 
Casey Jeremiah E, elk, bds 174 Dorman. 
Casey John, lab, res 174 Railroad. 
Casey John, bds 268 S Penn. 
Casev J Sheaie, draughtsman Sinker, Davis 

& Co, res 72 W Ohio. 
Casey Maggie, chambermaid Denison 

House. 
Casey Mary P (wid Patrick), res 174 Eail- 

road. 
Casey Michael, opr W U Tel Co, bds 174 

Eailroad. 
Casey Morris, elk, bds 355 S Missouri. 
Casey Nellie, domestic Denison House. 
Casey Patrick, lab Indpls Cabinet Co, bds 

174 Dorman. 
Casey Stephen, engineer C St L & P E Ey 

bds 553 E Washington. 
Casey Thomas, stavewheeler, bds 274 W 

McCarty. 
Casey Thomas M, postal elk, bds 119 N 

New Jersey. 
Casey Wm H, molder,.bds 98 W Georgia. 
*Cash John W, sexton, res 227 S Delaware. 
Cash Lowel N, trav agt F E Jennings, res 

339 N Mississippi. 
*Cash Eichard M, carp C C Foster Lumber 

Co, res 283 W Michigan. 
Cash Stove Co, Alexander E Wells- 

Mngr, 133 S Meridian ; Telephone 1063. 
Cash Wm P, carp Coburn & Jones, res 43- 

English ave. 
Cashen Lizzie, laundress, res 79 Norwood. 
Cashen Sarah (wid Wm), res 79 Norwood. 
Cashion Edward E, porter Browning & 

Sloan, res 31 Indiana ave. 
Cashion Mrs Nancy J, res 31 Indiana ave. 
Cashman Catherine (wid Martin), res 201 

W Merrill. 
Cashman George, lab A Jordan, bds 201 W 

Merrill. 
Cashman Jacob, lab, bds 201 W Merrill. 
Cashman Mary, bds 290 S Delaware. 
Cashman Mary, laundress Pyle House. 
Cashman Nora, bds 290 S Delaware. 
Caskey Jacob B, engineer Bee Line, res 

Brightwood. 
Caskey James C, engineer, res Brightwood. 
Casman John F, mach I D & S Ey, bds 263 

Bates. 
Casman Michael, lab C I St L & C Ey 

shops, res 263 Bates. 
Cass John F, foreman Woodburn Sarven 

Wheel Co, bds 9 Mulberry. 
Cass Keirn G, tailor M O'Neill, res 9 Mul- 
berry. 
Cass Eebecca, dressmkr, bds 9 Mulberry. 
Cass Sarah, student, bds 9 Mullberry. 
Carr Wm H, lab Woodburn Sarven Wheel 

Co, bds 9 Mulberry. 
Cassady, .see also Casady and Cassidy. 
Cassady -lames J, lab Wm H Coleman, bds 

344 S Illinois. 



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Cassady Kate, domestic 418 N Tennessee. 
Cassady Otto E, printer A R Baker, bds 

344 S Illinois. 
Cassady Patrick, lab, res 276 W Pearl. 
Casselberry Mary, nurse, bds 15(3 Ash. 
Casserly Julia domestic 28"2 N Peiin. 
Casserly Kate, domestic 2!)1 N Alabama. 
Cassidy, seeaLto Casadyand Cassady. 
Cassidy Bridget, domestic 518 N New Jer- 



Cassiday Martin, lab, bds 341 Coburn. 

Cassidy Mary, domestic 579 N Tennessee. 

Cassidv Richard T, fireman I B & W Rv, 
res li s Springfield 3 w Belt R R i W I).' 

Cassidy Tillie, officers' cook Insane Hos- 
pital. 

Cassin Michael, lab Indpls Rolling Mill 
Co, res 63 Wyoming. 

Castell Charles H, shoemkr 455 E Georgia, 
res 293 Coburn. 

Castell Ella, copyist, bds 293 Coburn. 

Castenholtz Richard, collector Schmidt's 
brewerv, res 483 S East. 

Casterline Samuel T, stock agt Pan Han- 
dle Union Stock Yards, bds 285 N Dela- 
ware, 

Casterson Matthew, lab, res w s Schurman 
ave4n of Belt R R (N I). 

Castor Charles, cabinetmkr D E Stone & 
Co, bds 72 Peru. 

Castor Edwin A, carp M it C Union, res 
72 Peru. 

Castor Frank G, printer F H Smith, bds 
72 Peru. 

Castor Harry G, cabinetmakr, bds 72 Peru. 

Castle Edward L, electrician G W Lutz, 
bds 36 N East. 

Castle Oliver H, mach G W Lutz, bds 36 N 
East. 

Catalani Frank, elk M Catalani, res 115 
W New York. 

Catalani John, fruit, res 277 E Washing- 
ton. 

Catalani Mrs Mary, fruit stand n e cor Illi- 
nois and Washington, res 115 W New 
York. 

Catlin Mary J (wid Rufus B), res 386 N 
New Jersey. 

Catalani Nicalo, fruit 277 E Washington, 
res same. 

Catenhenry Wm, gardener, res s of Pleas- 
ant Run bet Madison anil J M & I R R. 

Caterton Janaes M, candymkr Daggett & 
Co, res 37 Hosbrook. 

Cates Ida, domestic 902 N Delaware. 

Gates John M, carp C St L & P R R, bds 
25 Oriental. 

Cates Mary, domestic 79 E St Joseph. 

Cates Woodson B, carp I D »& S Ry, res 4 
Hill. 

Catbcart, Cleland & Co (Robert 
W Cathcart, John E Cleland, Wm F 
Coughlen), Books, Stationery and Wall 
Paper 26 E Washington; Telephone 330. 



Sammons & Mueller, 



Ilaupt Office, 
r Virginia Ave. 



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Telephone 795. 



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Gibs, Abzugsroeliren, Latten, Kolilen und Coke. ^^'^* 

Cathcart Robert W (Cathcart, Cleland I'i J^J 
Co), res 439 N Penn. _ 1^ 

Catherwood Ellen (wid Joseph), bds 553 N ^^j 
Meridian. "^"« 

Cathro David R, elk, res 579 N West. ^^ 

Catlin Wm W, res 734 E Washington. jjk 

Caton Edward, butcher, res 58 Kansas. Wr Q 

Caton Peter, jointer Standard Oil Co, bds KJ ■« 



278 S Delaware, 
atosky Anna, do 
Catt Joseph, elk L A Catt, rms over 186 



Catoskv Anna, domestic 225 N California. <j "w 

6 W 5^ C 



Washington. ^ J^. 

Catt I. A, W'holesale and Retail Flour ^ * 

and Feed 175 W Washington, res 172 N _ __ 

Mississippi ; Telephone 770. S^ ^ 

Catt Wilson, res 172 N Mississippi. ^ ^m 

Catterson Abel, deputy constable and col- J^ ~! 

lector R F Catterson, res 40 Bismarck. 2 ^ 
Catterson Alice H, seamstress Jennie Cot- " C/l 

ton, bds 124 Hosbrook. CQ 

Catterson Charles,painter, bds 40 Bismarck. 2 O 
Catterson Cyrus W, farmer, res 3 Water. S (\ 
Catterson Elizabeth A (wid Robert), res S ^ 

57 Maple. S ZL 

Catterson Frank A. agt Lovell Mnfg Co • • 

limited, bds 3 Water. ^ 

Catterson George E, elk Christian Miller, ^ J^ 

bds 40 Bismarck. ^ Z 

Catterson George N (Robert F Catterson k^ ^ 

Son), notary public 24 Kentucky ave, ^ 

bds Bates House. O ^^ 

Catterson Mrs Lizzie, bds 4.S0 N Illinois. g ^ 
Catterson Oliver M, elk II Martens, res 3 r^ O 

Water. " q 

Catterson Robert F ( Robert F Catterson A qq 2i 

Son), res 242 Kentuckv ave. • ^^ 

Catterson Robert F & Son^ 

(Robert F and (ieorge N), Real Instate, ^^^ 

Rents, Loans and Insurance 24 Kentucky ^^^^ 

ave. ^^^* 

Catterson Scott, WHiolesale Hard- 5^* 

wood Lumber 58 P^ Market, res 3 Water. 
Caudall Hiram, lab, bds John F Caudal], 

Brightwood. ^^^ 

Caudall John F. dairyman, res Brightwood. 

Joseph W. Buchanan, ^ 



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Abstracts of Title 

To Real Estate in Marion County, Ind. 
12 and 15 Thorpe Block. 

Caugany Patrick. J, Salooa 54 S 

Illinois, res same. 
Ganger James A, elk, res 348 E St Clair. 
Caughlin, see Coughlin. 
Cauldwell, see also Caldwell and Coldwell. 
Cauldwell Edward H, carp I D & S Ky, 

bds 517 E Georgia. 
Cauldwell Susan A (wid Jasper), res 517 E 

Georgia. 
Cavanaugh, see also Kavanaugh. 
*Cavanaugh Andrew, lab Indpls Mall Iron 

Co, bds 412 Blake. 
Cavanaugh Catherine (wid Edward), res 

241 W Maryland. 
Cavanaugh Conner, fireman L N A & C K 

R, bds Mrs L A U ells. 
Cavanaugh John, sawyer Woodburn-Sar- 

ven Wheel Co, bds 107 Eddy. 
Cavanaugh Lawrence M, lab, bds 107 Eddy. 
*Cavanaugh Lucy (wid Washington), bds 

275 Bright. 
Cavanaugh Margaret (wid Matthew), res 

107 Eddy. 
Cavanaugh Mollie (wid Fielding S),dress- 

mkr, res 26i E Ohio. 
Cave George, car repairer C C C & I Ey, 

res Brightwood. 
Cavear Nettie, bds 174 E South. 
*Cavel Simpson, cooper, bds 349 W Morris. 
Caven John, pres Citizens Co operative 

Telephone Co and Indpls Brush Electric 

Light and Power Co, bds Circle House. 
Cavender Dora M, elk N Y store, bds 57 

Bellefontaine. 
Cavender Frank, opr W U Tel Co, bds 57 

Bellefontaine. 
Cavender Harvey J, carp Capital City 

planing mill, res 57 Bellefontaine. 
Cavett Henry, restaurant 81 S Illinois, res 

same. 
Gavin Michael, lab G I St L & G Ry, res 

502 E Georgia. 
Caviness Calvin C, elk H P Wassou & Co, 

rms 12 W W^ashington. 

The Magnitude and Variety of Fine and 

Medium Clothing and Furnishing 

Goods has given the 

A prestige that has never been equaled in 

Indiana. 



Cawby James W, tinner, bds 300 Blake. 

Cawby Martin, lab, res 300 Blake. 

Cawby M Alice, candy wrapper Theo 
Moench & Bro, bds 300 Blake. 

Caylor, see also Kaylor. 

Cay lor Allen, Dealer in Lake Ice 
460 N West, res same. [See adv in class- 
ified Ice Dealers.) 

Caylor Henry, driver Born & Go. res 150 
W New York. 

Caylor JeflFerson, trav agt Hendricks & 
Cooper, res 172 Broadway. 

Caylor Joseph, res 476 N California. 

Caylor Lizzie, compositor News, bds 172 
Broadway. 

Cayton Mrs Ellen, res 192 Harrison. 

Cayton John, section hand C I St L & C Ry, 
res 192 Harrison. 

Cayton Morrison, mngr of agts Home 
Bennefit Ass'n of Indpls, Ind, res 87 N 
Delaware. 

Ceasar August, baker P F Bryce, res 26 
Mulberry, 

Cecene August, lab, res w s Martindale ave 
2 n of 9th. 

Cecil Minnie, cook 73 Circle. 

Cecile Sister Agnes, music teacher St John's 
Academy. 

*Gedan Frank, driver A B Meyer & Co, 
res 23 Eddy. 

Cederholm Charles, lab C St L & P R R, 
res 73 Summit. 

Ceien Annie (wid Joseph), res 60 Downey. 

Central Avenue M E Church, n e cor Cen- 
tral ave and Butler. 

Central Chair Go, T L Thompson pres, G 
F Woerner vice-pres, B F Schmid sec'y 
and treas, s w cor Georgia and Missouri. 

Central Christian The, published by The 
Christian Pub Co, 37J Virginia ave. 

Central Christian Churcli, s w 
cor Delaware and Ohio. 

Central Christian Pub Co (The),B W Cole 
mngr, 37^ Virginia ave. 

Central College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons, Joseph Eastman pres, Joseph O 
Stillson sec'y, John A SutclifFe treas, 
cor Mass ave and New York. 

Central I^abor Union, Milton G 
Farnham Pres, John Bodenmiller Sec'y, 
Lizzie Hahn Treas, pubs Labor Signal 
5I2 W Washington; Society meets 115^ 
E Washington. 

Central Live Stock Insur- 
ance Co of Indiana, Clem Stude- 
baker Pres, Samuel McKeen Vice-Pres, 
T P Haughey Treas, T A Lloyd Sec'y, 
T L Armstrong Veterinary, 14 Hub- 
bard Block. {See left side lines.) 

Central Police Station, s e cor Alabama and 
Pearl. 

Central Traffic Association, Indpls com- 
mittee 54 and 55 Vance block. 



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Office, :n When Block, Opposite Post Office. 
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Central Union Telephone Co, 

John E Hockett Supt, Lewis G Hough 

Miigr, s w cor Ohio and Illiuois ; Tele- 
phone 301. 
Central TVonian's Christian 

Temperance Union, Mrs D B 

Harvev Fres, Mrs Georgia Wright Sec'y, 

Mrs MM Finch Treas, office 76 N Penn, 

Lunch Room 68 N Penn. 
Ceph Lena, coffee packer Schnull & Krag, 

bds 423 S Delaware. 
*Cephas Hettie, domestic 731 N Meridian. 
*Cephus .Joseph, lab, res 98 Archer. 
Chaddon Robert W. carp Salisbury & 

Stanley, res 336 N Spring. 
Chadwick James, lab, res 17 Roe. 
Chadwick James F, stone cutler State 

House, res 247 W McCarty. 
Chadwick James P, molder car works, res 

68 Maple. 
Chadwick James Q, molder car works, res 

370 S West. 
Chaffee Wm T, salesman Fahnley & Mc- 

Crea, bds 306 S Meridian. 
Chaille Ella M, bds 129 Peru. 
Chaille Jennie, bds 129 Peru. 
Chaille Uriah M (Elgin & Chaille), res 129 

Peru. 
Chalk Sarah, seamstress, bds 75 Harmon. 
Chalmers James H, farmer, res s e cor 

Michigan and English aves. 
Chamber of Commerce, s e cor Tennessee 

and Maryland. 
Chamberlain Elmer E, elk A Dickson & 

Co, bds Occidental Hotel. 
Chamberlain Judson, med student, rms 19 

Windsor block. 
Chamberlin Andrew B, lab U S Encaustic 

Tile works, res 37 Brett. 
Chamberlin Wm, molder Indpls Foundry 

Co, bds 257 W Morris. 
Chamberlin "W^m H Sr, Dealer in 

New and Second Hand Scales, Repair- 
ing a Specialty 42 E Georgia, res 112 

Talbott ave. 
Chamberlin Wm H jr, scalemkr, bds 112 

Talbott ave. 
Chambers Daniel R, mach T H & I R R, 

res 43 Henry. 
Chambers Elizabeth (wid Moses), res 553 

N West. 
Chambers Elmer D, trav agt Moore & 

Coughlen, res 12 Ruckle. 
Chambers Hattie, res 266 W Pearl. 
Chambers James, cigars etc 152 E Washing- 
ton, res 348 Fletcher ave. 
Chambers John, physician 19 W Ohio, res 

100 Central ave. 
Chambers Josephine, bds 553 N West. 
Chambers Laura B, bds 553 N West. 
Chambers Louisa, dressmkr, res 375 S East. 
Chambers Perlee Iv, Wholesale 

and Retail Cigars and Tobacco 59 N 

Penn, res 128 E St Joseph. 



Parties -with Valuables 

Of any kind which they wi.sh to havo 

SAFELY PROTECTED, 

And, at the Fame time, under their own controli 
should patronize tlid Saio Deposit Yauliaof the 

IlIDIAIIAKUSTAlIDSArS DEPOSIT CO. 

S-t East >rAi-Kv- ^•■— k— 

Chamness Eli M, tinner D & G Sellers, bds 

346 N Mississippi. 
Champe Charles G, painter, bds 317 S Al- 
abama. 
Champe John, res 230 E Merrill. 
Champe John L, res 317 S Alabama. 
Champe Wm E, checkman C I St L & C 

Ry, bds 317 S Alabama. 
Champie Joseph, grocer 167 Indiana ave, 

res 39 Fayette. 
Champie Lewis A, candymkr Daggett & 

Co, bds 39 Fayette. 
Champion Edward M, printer Hasselman- 

Journal Co, bds 221 E Georeria. 
Champion George J, pressman Hasselman- 

Journal Co, bds 221 E Georgia. 
Champion John A, printer Hasselman- 

Journal Co, res 339 N Mississippi. 
Champion Wm, pressman Hasselman-Jour- 

nal Co, res 221 E Georgia. 
Champion Wm jr, bds 221 E Georgia. 
Chance Anna, bds Levi Hart (W I). 
Chance Frank S, Mnfr Rubber 

Stamps 27 S Meridian, bds 81 N Liberty. 
Chance Rebecca (wid John), res 81 N Lib- 
erty. 
Chance Sarah, domestic 576 N Penn. 
Chandlee Aquilla G, fruit farm, res s w cor 

Howland and Baltimore ave. 
Chandler Eliza (wid Sylvester R), res 57 

Rockwood. 
Chandler Frank, Flour and Feed 

129 W Washington, res 71 W 4th. 
Chandler Franklin T. molder Chandler & 

Taylor, bds 343 W Vermont. 
Chandler George M, mach Chandler & Tay- 
lor, bds 284 W Vermont. 
Chandler George R, printer W B Burford 

& Co, res 114 Buchanan. 
Chandler Harry A, elk, bds 71 W 4th. 
Chandler Hattie S, seamstress, bds 343 W 

Vermont. 
Chandler Henry C, Engraver on 

Wood 13 E Washington, res 278 W 

Vermont. {See ndvp'Il.) 

MESSENGER'S, 

S. E. Cor. Delaware & Washiugton Sts. |. 

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*Chandler Isaac, lab, res 318 W North. 
Chandler Jacob H, res 71 W 4th. 
Chandler James W, carp, bds National 

Hotel. 
Chandler Joel B, car driver, bds 175 S Ten- 
nessee. 
Chandler Sarah (wid Wm), bds 278 W 

Vermont. 
Chandler Thomas E (Chandler & Taylor), 

res 284 W Vermont. 
Chandler Wm E, millwright Nordyke & 

Marmon Co, res 343 W Vermont. 
Chandler Wm G, elk L S Ayres & Co, res 

71 W 4th. 
Chandler & Taylor (Thomas E Chandler, 

Franklin Taylor), machs 366 W Wash- 
ington. 
Chauey Wm A, telopr,res 39 N Arsenal ave. 
Chantler Maggie E, bkkpr T D Chantler, 

bds 66 Oak. 
Chantler Mary A (wid Thomas), res 66 Oak. 
Chantler Thomas D, shoe uppers 13 Hi N 

Meridian, res Pittsburg Pa. 
Chapin Edward J, repair shop 120 E New 

York, res 186 N New Jersey. 
*Chapin Elijah, lab J F Carter, res Ma- 

lott ave. 
Chapin Frances M, bds 186 N New Jersey. 
Chapin Harry S, engraver C A Nicoli, bds 

Enterprise Hotel. 
Chapin James W, supt Gold and Stock Tel 

Co, res 405 Central ave. 
Chapin Margaret (wid Charles J), bds 159 

5 Alabama. 
Chapin Mary E, stenographer, bds 186 N 

New Jersey. 
Chapin Paul H, bds 405 Central ave. 
Chapin Wm G, elk C C C & I Ry, res 275 

W Michigan. 
Chapman Alonzo B, watchmkr A Cohen 

6 Son, bds 189 Elm. 
Chapman Frank R, apprentice J B .Jaques, 

bds 285 Prospect. 
Chapman Franklin, bds 220 Greenwood. 

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Chapman Hannah, 
617 N Meridian. 

*Chapman Jesse, waiter N & 
rms Iron block. 

Chapman Jessie, dressmkr, res 
nois. 

Chapman John A, carp C C C »& I Ry, bd& 
214 N Pine. 

Chapman John W, blksmith Indpls Coffin 
Co, bds 379 N California. 

Chapman Lawrence G, elk C C Foster 
Lumber Co, bds 617 N Mississippi. 

Chapman Samuel, brakeman, bds 79 S 
Illinois. 

Chapman Susie E, teacher school No 12, 
bds 747 N Illinois. 

Chapman Thomas S, carp, res 379 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Chapman Tracy J, carp, res 285 Prospect. 

Chapman Wm, steamfitter R R Rouse, res 
Utica, N Y. 

Chapman Wm D, painter Frank Fertig^ 
bds 124 N Tennessee. 

"*Chapman Wilson, lab, res 460 W 2d. 

Chappel H.Chester yard elk C H & I R K, 
bds 109 N New Jersey. 

Chappel John, lab, bds"l61 W South. 

Chappell Charles W, shoes, res 184 N Ten- 
nessee. 

Chappell Cynthia, domestic 222 N Dela- 
ware. 

Chappell Hoyle F, carp, res ?56 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Chappius John, marblecutter, res^ 28 Hos- 
brook. 

Chappuis John B, stonecutter State.House, 
bds Illinois House. 

Charity Organization of Indpls, Nathan 
Morris sec'y, s e cor New York and Mer- 
idian. 

Charles Aaron B, paperhanger, bds 311 N 
West. 

Charles Abraham B, carp Kingan & Co, 
res 311 N West. 

Charles Abraham L pafnter, res 324 1st. 

Charles Benjamin, res 16 Brett. 

Charles Charles J, lab, res 880 S Meridian. 

Charles Edward C, printer Journal, rms 
273 N New Jersey. 

Charles Joseph B, painter, res 16 Brett. 

Charles Louis J, painter I D & S Ry, res 
161 N State ave. 

■'■•Charles Maria, domestic 272 N Penn. 

Charles Mary (wid Thomas), res 109 S 
Noble. 

Charles Mary, spinner Indpls hair works, 
bds 880 S Meridian. 

Charles Mrs MattieS, recording sec'y Indi- 
ana Woman's Suffrage Ass'n res Spice- 
land, Ind. 

CJiarleson Frederick V, lab State House, 
bds 77 Ann. 

Charpiot George J, mach Eagle works, bds- 
134 Maple. 



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on water, gas and sewer pipes promptly attended L -i 
to by experienced mechanics. Telephone 850. 
91 N. Pennsylvania St. Denison Hotel BlocK. j . 

Cherry Andrew O, siipt of tel fire dept, \ ^^*^ 

res 217 Broadway. K^^,^^ 

Cherry Elizabeth (wid Thomas P), bds 217 ^^>" 

Br o ad w ay . , 

Chesebrough Sheffield, bkkpr Excelsior Q_ J) 

Steam Laundry, res 130 W Pratt. h"i^H 

Cheseldine Andrew J, blksmith Kingan & ^JTJ 

Co, bds 171 S New jersey. [^; 

Cheslyn David C, painter, res 40 Columbia ^"^ 

ave. H-^^ 

Cheslyn John, painter, res 20 Wheeler. ^ { 

Chester Charles M, lab D E Stone & Co, \ . ( 

res 138 Davidson, L ^ J 

Chester Wm R, lab U S Encaustic Tile 

works, bds 128 W oth. 
Chestister Wm M G, stove repairer, rms 

over 175 W\ Washington. 
Chestnutt John, auditor Kingan & Co, res ^m^^ 

683 Broadway. C_ J 

Chetwood, see Chitwood. ^-^^ 

Chevalier Alphonse, res 23 S East. ^^ 

Chian Joseph, blksmith, res ws Chestnut 1 s , ^ 

of Hill. r^ 

Chibes Charles, shoemkr 308 Mass ave, res r ^ 
421 N Pine. r- /-N 

Chicagfo St I^ouis & Pitts- '<^-' 
l>urg R. R., George Rech Ticket Agt 
46 and 48 W Washington, Oran Perry Q ^ 
Local Freight Agt s w cor Virginia ave , ■ 
and Georgia. C 3 

Childers Calvin F, carp Indpls Mall Iron , - 
Co, res Haughville. 

Childers Edward H, elk Sudlow & Marsh, g 

res s w cor Raymond and East. S' 

Childers Eliza J (wid John P), res 235 S „ fj 
Noble. ^ g^ 

Childers George, lab, rooms 8 257 Mass J^ ^ 
ave. <1 ^ 

Childers .James P, solicitor Kingan & Co, ^. fj 
res 26 Hoyt ave. S ^ 

Childers John R, solicitor C F Sayles, res K •-* 
s w cor East and Raymond. y-\ 

Childers Julia A, dressmkr 235 S Noble, O, 

bds same. ^ _ 

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Chartres Lizzie, domestic s e cor Reisner 

and Howard (W I). 
€hase Amy M (wid Levi H), res 49 Leota. 
Chase Mrs Florence, res 45^ Virginia ave. 
€hase George W, conductor I B & W Ry, 

rms 27 Hubbard block. 
€hase Hiram J, stone cutter State House, 

bds 49 Leota. 
€hase Wm H, vard engineer C St L & P 

R R, bds 49 Leota. 
€hasteen Charles S, bartender, rms 50 N 

East. 
€hasteen Charles W, bartender W G Rog- 
ers, res 245 E Market. 
€hasteen Nellie, bds 487 N California. 
€hasteen Samuel C, lab, res 252 Blake. 
•Chasteen Samuel W, cooper Daniel Burton, 

res 125 Patterson. 
Oiasteen Wm, cooper Daniel Burton, res 

125 Patterson. 
Chatard R.t R.ev Francis Si- 
las, Bishop of Vincennes, res 76 W 
Georgia. 
C-hatfield Augustus S, elk D Stewart, rms 

16 Stewart Place. 
"*Chatman Jesse, waiter, rms 24 Iron block. 
Chatten Charles M, finisher Indianapolis 

Coffin Co, bds 379 N California. 
•■■Chatwick Harry, hostler 98 W Vermont. 
•■■Cheatham Charles H, lab Spiegel, Thoms 

& Co, bds 553 N Mississippi. 
■•Cheatham David, lab Spiegel, Thoms & 

Co, res 323 N Alabama. 
*Cheatham George W, merchant police, 

res 553 N Mississippi. 
■Cheatham Richard, lab Indpls Mall Iron 

Co, res 180 Indiana ave. 
Cheek John W, engineer C I St L & C Ry, 

res 361 Fletcher ave. 
Cheek Pond, lab O S Gillett, res Bright- 
wood. 
€heek Thomas L, nickel plater, res 213 

Kentucky ave. 
Cheek Wm, filler Indpls Cabinet Co, res 

Brightwood. 
*Cheeks Carrie, bds 116 Columbia. 
Cheeks Edward L, barber 186 Blake, res 

116 Columbia. 
Cheely George W, toll gate keeper Mt 
Jackson, res e s Belmont ave 4 n of 
Washington (W I). 
Cheely John, grinder Indpls Mall Iron 

Co, bds George W Cheely. 
Cheeseman Sarah A (wid John), res 88 

Willow. 
Cheezum Wm W, printer News, res 256 S 

West. 
Chenoweth Daniel A, pres U S Wire and 

Nail works, res 237 Virginia ave. 
Chenoweth Jennie, dressmkr, rooms 25 

Windsor block. 
Cherdron Mrs Martha, res 78 Benton. 
Cherrier Harry A. city ticket agt I D & S 
Ry, res 280 E Ohio. 



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98 East Washington Street. 
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I 62 ^^ance Block, 

■< Cor. Washington St. and Virj^inia Are, 

•0? ==" -^hilders Lavina (wid Alexander), res 63 
££cC W Ohio. 

a.i'Hj:; Childers Robert J, team.ster, res cor Mor- 
Bjonn'o ton and Galling. 

*■ — « — Chiiders Stephen L, tinner C F Lamotte, 
bds 276 N Liberty. 
Chiiders Thomas, res 17 Woodlavvn ave. 
Chiiders Wm H, carp Indplis Mall Iron 

Co, bds s w cor Raymond and East. 
*Chihis Charles, waiter Hotel English, rms 

66 S Illinois. 
*Childs George, porter, res 170 Christian 

ave. 
*Childs Maria, domestic 272 N Penn. 
Chi his Golden Voice, The Morning Star 
Publishing Co, publishers 37 and 39 
Virginia ave. 
^|_^ *Childs Peter, lab car works, res 58 Ari- 
zona. 
*Childs Sophia, domestic 170 Christian ave. 
*C'hilds Wm, night jiorter Brunswick Hotel. 
Chill Anna, music teacher, bds 114 Beeler 
(hill B, teamster Sarven wheel works. 
Chill Charles F, grocer, res 147 Columbia 

ave. 
Chill Thomas M, janitor public school No 

26, res 114 Beeler. 
Chills Wm F, brakeman C I St L & C Ry, 

■ res 17 Wood lawn ave. 

^H^ Chilton Albert R, paper hanger, bds 415 
_ , W 2d. 

■-'■Chining Matilda, domestic 277 N Dela- 
ware 
Chinn Maria (wid John H), res 140 Agnes. 
Ciiipraan Elizabeth, res 248 N Illinois. 
Chipman John W, res 629 N Meridian, 
tn Chipman J W, brakeman L N A & C R R, 
bds Mrs L A Wells. 
Chipwood Joseph D, painter, res rear 72 S 

Noble. 
Chislett Frederick V, trav agt Wm Blair 

& Co, bds F W Chislett. 
Cllislett Frederick: IJV, Superin- 
tendent Crown Hill Cemetery, res same; 
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Chislett John, engineer Crown Hill Ceme- 
tery, res same. 

Chislett Richard E, trav agt Layman & 
Carey Co, res 71 Talbott ave. 

*Chism Clinton, cook W G Sherman, res 
175 W North. 

Chism James, trav agt, bds 334 N Illinois. 

*Chism Robert, res over 352 W North. 

Chitland John, lab, bds 318 Martindale ave 

Chittenden Edgar W, corres elk The 
Bowen-Merrill Co, bds 26ij Mass ave. 

■■•■Chitwood Harry, lab, bds 9^8 W Vermont. 

Chitwood Maria J, milliner 164 Virginia 
ave, res same. 

Chitwood Wm M, barber 90 E Market, re» 
same. 

Chives Eli, bds 469 N New Jersey. 

Chives Enos B, shoemkr, res 421 N Pine. 

Chives John, cook, res rear 325 S Alabama. 

Chives Sallie, res rear 325 S Alabama. 

*Chose Joseph, carp, res 178 Indiana ave. 

Chowalter Samuel res 258 Indiana ave. 

Chowning Mrs Matilda, res over 174 Indi- 
ana ave. 

Chriss Richard, lab, rms 143 Virginia ave. 

Christ, see also Crist. 

Christ Daniel O, physician, res Stratford. 

Christ Helene, teacher German annex high 
school No 1, rms 401 N Mississippi. 

Christ Nannie (wid Wm), res 133 Dough- 
erty. 

Christ Pauline, teacher public school No 4, 
rms 401 N Mississippi. 

Christena Albert, cabinetmkr Spiegel, 
Thoms & Co, bds 287 NNoble. 

Christena C Wesley, cabinetmkr Spiegel, 
Thoms & Co, bds 237 N Noble. 

Christena George, cabinet trimmer Indpls 
Cabinet Co, bds 287 N Noble. 

Christena George E, feeder A R Baker, bds 
324 N Spring. 

Christena John, cabinetmkr Spiegel, Thoms 
& Co, res 324 N Spring. 

Christena Wm H, cabinetmkr Indpls Cab- 
inet Co, res 287 N Noble. 

Christensen Mads, driver Am Ex Co, res 
Crown Hill (N I). 

Christerson Thomas W, brickmason, re& 
750 N Tennessee. 

■-■■Christian Albert, buggywasher W O Pat- 
terson, res 80 Court. 

Christian August, saloon 23 Kentucky ave, 
res same. 

Christian John, dairy, res Jackson (N I). 

Christian John, engineer J M & I R R, res 
655 E Market. 

Christian John E, lumber, res 339 Ash. 

Christian l^ilmer F (Shover & 
Christian), res 204 N Alabama. {See bot- 
tom lines.) 

Christiansen Gertrude, domestic 373 N 
Mississippi. 

Christiansen Hans P, farmer, res 23d (N I). 

Christie, see also Christy. 



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Christie Eva A, dressmkr, res 456 N Dela- 
ware. 
Christie John L, switchman T H & I R E, 

bds 89 E McCarty. 
Christie John W, packer G R Wysong & Co, 

res 450 N Delaware. 
Christie Susie F, music teacher, bds 456 N 

Delaware. 
Christie Thomas E, yard conductor C StL 

& P R R, res 89 E McCarty. 
Christison David, bricklayer, res 155 S 

Olive. 
Christison Ora packer U S Wire & Nail 

works, bds 165 Olive. 
Christison Wm F, nailer U S Wire & Nail 

works, res 165 Olive. 
Cliristiuati Ferdinand, Saloon 

and Restaurant 44 W Washington, res 800 

N Tennessee; Telephone 108. 
Christman Harvey, trav agt Theo Moench 

& Bro, res Crawfordsville, Ind. 
Christoph Wm (Christoph & Mueller), res 

510 S Illinois. 
Christoph & Mueller ( Wm Christoph, John 

F Mueller), cigar mnfrs 15 Maple. 
Christy, see also Christie. 
*Christy Albert, janitor L S Ayres & Co, 

res rear 195 Agnes. 
«Christy Cora L, bds 359 Blake. 
*Christy Ella M, teacher public school No 

18, bds 151 Yandes. 
*Christy Emma C, bds 359 Blake. 
Christy Francis W, painter, res 249 E 

Louisiana. 
*Christy Israel, lab RQuinn, res 195 Agnes. 
*Christy James A, cook Silas Hunter, rms 

same. 
Christy John S, bkkpr, res 357 S Delaware. 
*Christy Levi E (Christy & Cooper), res 

151 Yandes. 
Christy Lizzie, laundress Excelsior Steam 

Laundry, bds 249 E Louisiana. 
Christy Mary, laundress Excelsior Steam 

Laundry, res 249 E Louisiana. 
Christy Rachel C (wid John), res 249 E 

Louisiana. 
*Christy Wm W, laundry 359 Blake, res 

same. 
Christy & Cooper (Levi E Christy, 

Edward E Cooper), Pulalishers Indian- 

oplis World 124 Indiana ave. 
Church Albert C, brakeman C St L & P 

R R, res 72 Railroad. 
Church Miss Alma, bde 88 S State ave. 
Church Andrew S, carp, res 151 Pendleton 

pike. 
Church Barbara E (wid Joseph H), res 166 

Blake. 
Church of Christ, e s Mulberry 1 n of 
. Poplar. 
Church Clarence B, polisher, bds 88 S State 

ave. 
Church George, engineer W C St L & P R 

R, res 87 Benton. 



^FrGnzEhBrns^ 

No. 1 West AVasIiiiictoii Street, 

(Merchants National Lank), Buy and SeU 

FOREIGN COIN 

AT BEST RATES. 

Church Henry, lab Wood & Smith, res 293 
Agnes. 

Church John I), bkkpr J A Church, bds 
294 N Alabama. 

Church John R, carp, bds 88 S State ave. 

Church Joseph A, flour 245 E Washington, 
res 274 N Alabama. 

Church Richard H, painter C St L & P R 
R, res 55 William. 

Church Wm :S[, elk, bds 537 E 7th. 

Church Zenus K, carp, res 88 S State ave. 

*Churchill Joshua, lab, res 71 Budd. 

*Churchill Richard, lab, res 287 W North. 

Churchman Francis M (S A Fletcher & 
Co), pres Indpls Clearing House Ass'n, 
res 6 m s e of city. 

Churchman Jouette G, baggage master I & 
V R R, res 138 W Michigan. 

Churchman Wm F, elk S A Fletcher & Co, 
res 6 m s e of city. 

*Cicero Mathew, porter C H Bnsch, bds 
same. 

Ciener Isaac, saloon 577 Virginia ave, res 
same. 

Ciley Wm, hoster Citizens' St R R. 

Cilley Henry, res WoodrufT Place. 

Cimmerman, see also Zimmerman. 

Cimmerman Charles, cigarmkr, res 251 
Mass. 

Cincinnati Dye Works, H 
Schoen Proprietor, Franklin Building, 
s e cor Circle and Market. 

Cincinnati, Hamilton and In- 
dianapolis It K. Freiglit De- 
pot, cor Virgnia ave and Georgia. 
Passenger and Ticket Office, corner Illi- 
nois and Kentucky ave. ('Sen adv p 33.) 

Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St 
I^ouis & Cliicajto Ry, J H 
Martin District Passenger Agent, 1 E 
Washington. 

Cincinnati, Wabash & Micli- 
ig^an R.y, F W Torrance Local 
Freightand Passenger ksi. (V>r Mo.-;jian 
and Louisiana (See adu p 47). ^ 

Markey, Zeien & Weber, 

Proprietors of the 

SOUTHSIDE FOUNDRY CO., 

28 Shelby St. Telephone 158. 

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2 "^y Cinclair, see Sinclair. 

H Cind Wm M, conductor Belt 



•§§ Charles Hotel. 



R R, bds .St 
^ go Charles Hotel. 

y a ^ Circle Hall, n w cor Circle and Market. • 
^ is Circle House, Herman Ackelow Jr 
^ o Proprietor, 15 to 19 N Meridian. 
1^ o Circle Park Hotel, Mrs M Rho- 
Q '-' dius Propr, 11 to 17 Circle. 
Q Citizens' Co-Operative Telephone Co, John 
p^ Caven pres, J M Ridenour sec'y, 21 S 

■ — , — ' Penn. 

Citizens' Gas Light and Coke Co. See Elec- 
#^| trie Lighting and Gas Co. 
^^ ^ Citizens' National Bank (in liquidation), 
^^ J H Baldwin pres, 1 and 2 Phcenix block. 
UU Citizens' Odorless Co, J W Gil- 
I ■ I hert Mngr, 7 Baldwin block. 
\AA Citizens' Street Railway Co, 

Q Albert W Johnson Pres, Charles F John- 
son Vvice-pres, Tom L Johnson treas, 
^^^- Wm T Steele mngr, Arthur A Anderson 
^^^ sec'y, Powhatten Wooldridge auditor, 
^^H Robert A Johnson jr supt, 76 W Louisi- 
^^^ ana. 
^^J City Attorney's OfRce,room 15 Court House. 

OCity Brewery, Peter Lieber & Co proprs, 514 
to 540 Madison ave. 
City Clerk's Office, room 5 Court House. 
m City Directory, R L Polk & Co 

■Jll^ Publishers, s e cor Circle and Meridian, 
Directories of the Principal Cities of 
- United States and State Gazetteers on 

file for Reference. 
' City Dispensary 
City Engineer's 

House. 
City Hospital, W N Wishard M D 
Supt, n w cor Margaret and Locke, Tele- 
phone 828. 
(City of I^ondon Fire Insur- 
^^ auce Co of I^ondon Hng-, 
J^™ Zener, Friedley & Co Agts 31 and 33 N 
^^9 Penn. [See top lines.) 
^^ City Pound, Henry Quirk keeper, 231 W 
■■■■ Wabash. 

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^^E North Pennsylvania Street. 



!4 E Ohio. 
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City Vault Cleaning Co, 42 N Delaware. 

Claabe, see Glaabe. 

ClafFey Charles, res 382 Coburn. 

ClafFey Charles C W, blksmith C C C & I 

Ry, bds 170 John. 
Claffey Charles F, carp, res 149 High. 
Claffey Christian, elk Spiegel Thoms & Co, 

res 456 S East. 
Claffey Conrad F, street sprinkler, res 91 

English ave. 
ClafFey Edward, mach, bds 79 S Linden. 
ClafFey Edward L, mach Eagle works, bds 

382 Coburn. 
Claffey Frederick, carp C C C & I Ry, res 

170 John. 
Claffey Frederick E, helper C C C & I Ry, 

bds 170 John. 
Claff'ey George C, blksmith G H Shover, 

bds 382 Coburn. 
ClafFey Henry C, driver Born & Co, res 197 

S Pine. 
Claffey Lena, bds 382 Coburn. 
Claff'ey Wm F, lab Kingan & Co, res 79 S 

Linden. 
Claff'ey Wm F, elk Spiegel, Thoms & Co, 

res 475 E St Clair. 
Claggett John H M, car accountant I B & 

W Ry, res 265 N Mississippi. 
Clancy Ellen (wid Wm B), res 53 Lexing- 

ington ave. 
Clancy James, lab Belt R E. 
Clancy John D, lab C C C & I Ry, res 592 

E St Clair. 
Clancy Thomas, carp C St L & P R R, res 

54 State ave. 
Clancy Wm J, papermkr Salisbury & Vin- 
ton Paper Co, bds 435 W Washington. 
Clapp Alice P. teacher public school No 7, 

bds 275 N Tennessee. 
Clapp Herbert E. night watchman elevator 

A, bds28 Yandes. 
Clapp Thomas H, res 275 N Tennessee. 
Clapp Wm H, elk C F Sayles, bds 275 N 

Tennessee. 
Clapp W Murray, bkkpr Henry Coe & Co, 

bds 275 N Tennessee. 
Clappert Henry, driver H Schwinge, res 

131 Ptru. 
Clare Mary, domestic 626 N Penn. 
Clare Wm, lab, bds 250 W Morris. 
Clark Albert A, fireman C C C & I Ry, bds 

J B Mansfield, Brightwood. 
Clark Alfred M, elk Alva Gladden, res 330 
• Indiana ave. 
Clark Alonzo B, asst bkkpr E C Atkins & 

Co, bds 46 Prospect. 
•■Clark Andrew, lab Indpls Mall Iron Co, 

bds 6 Highwater. 
Clark Ann (wid Wm), res 422 N East. 
Clark Mrs Anna, bds 80 Elizabeth. 
Clark Annie E, bds 85 Agnes. 
Clark Arthur H, bkkpr. res 84 John. 
Clark Benjamin A, engineer C C C & I Ry, 

res Brightwood. 



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Office, 31 When Block, Opposite Post Office. 
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■Clark Benjamin F, carp Sinker, Davis & 

Co, res 512 Ash. 
€lark Charles, lab, bds 30 N West. 
Clark Charles, barber, res over 188 W 

Washington. 
Clark Charles, trav agt, res 77 W Market. 
*Clark Charles, barber, res 7 Willard. 
^■"Clark Charles, driver, res 17 Columbia, 
dark Charles A, met police, res Archer nr 

Vermont. 
Clark Charles B, trav agt A K Baker, res 

332 College ave. 
Clark Charles E, lawyer 26 Baldwin block, 

res 100 Naomi. 
*Clark Charles E, teamster, res rear 187 

Indiana ave. 
€lark Charles T, yardmaster W St L & P 

Ry, res 71 Ann. 
€lark Charlotte C (wid John) res 222 W 

Ohio. 
Clark Clara, bds 196 N California. 
Clark Clarence, mach Jenney Electric Co, 

rms 14 Hadley ave (W I). 
*Clark C Wm, lab, res 146 Patterson. 
■Clark Daisy, paper folder Salisbury & Vin- 
ton Paper Co, bds 312 W Washington. 
Clark Daniel H, Photographer 66 

E Washington, res 196 N California. 
Clark Edward B, saloon 72 Court, res cor 

Circle and Market. 
Clark Edward S, elk E B Clark, res cor 

Circle and Market. 
Clark Edwin W, bds 53 Bradshaw. 
Clark Eliott D, liverv 212 W Maryland, 

res 215 W Pearl. ' 
"'^Clark Elizabeth (wid Charles), res 17 

Center. 
■Clark Flora, bds 312 W Washijigton. 
Clark Frank, foreman Indpls Excelsior 

Mnfg Co, res over 161 W Washington. 
Clark Frank, lab C St L & P K R,rms 502^ 

E Washington. 
*Clark Frank, lab, rms 60 W Market. 
Clark Frank B, bkkpr Wm Deering & Co, 

res 267 E New York. 
Clark Fred A, student, bds 856 N Meridian. 
Clark Frederick M, elk, bds 330 Indiana 

ave. 
■Clark George, lab, res e s Gatling 1 s of 

Belt road. 
Clark George M D, blksmith US Encaus- 
tic Tile works, res 127 W 6th. 
Clark George W, fireman C C C & I Ey, 

res Brightwood. 
Clark Grant W, elk I M Myers, bds 86 

Camp. 
Clark Harry A, elk J N Hurty, rms 317 N 

New Jersey. 
Clark Harry B, elk Layman & Carey Co, 

bds 277 N Delaware. 
Clark ' enry H, bkkpr E E Slocum, bds 

190 Cherry. 
Clark Henry W, engineer S Goddard, res 

66 b West. 



Sammons d flDueller, 

Haupt Office. Zweig, Yara, 

7 Virginia Ave. 155 W. Wash. 149 S. Alabama. 
Telephone 795. 

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Clark Hugh, carriagemkr F P Beltz, res 

312 W Washington. 
Clark Rev Issac N, res 808 N Meridian. 
Clark James E, engineer.res 462 S Illinois. 
Clark James H, umbrella repairer 11 Indi- 
ana ave, res same. 
Clark James S, mach I B & W Ry, bds 774 

W Washington (W I). 
Clark John, beamer Indiana Warp Mill,bds 

128 Blake. 
Clark John, lab Woodburn-Sarven Wheel 

Co, bds 27 Athon. 
Clark John, horseshoer 24 E South, res 91 

Camp. 
*Clark John, teamster Frank Bird, rms 82 

E New York. 
Clark John, mach hand Indpls Cabinet Co, 

res 122 Beeler. 
Clark John, wks Sinker, Davis & Co, bds 

201 S Illinois. 
Clark John T, blksmith, res 532 Bellefon- 

taine. 
Clark, Johnson & Co (Joseph H Clark, 

John W Johnson), who paper 127 S Me- 
ridian. 
Clark Joseph H (Clark, Johnson & Co), res 

856 N Meridian. 
Clark Joshua J, elk D J Sullivan, res 246 

N Illinois. 
Clark Kate, bds 312 W Washington. 
Clark Laura, music teacher, bds 317 N New 

Jersey. 
Clark Levi, grain dealer, res 229 Coburn. 
Clark Lewis A, driver car works, bds Alex- 
ander M Lydy (W I). 
Clark Lewis E,'clk W C Van Arsdel & Co, 

bds Enterprise Hotel. 
Clark Mrs Louisa, res 121 N Delaware. 
Clark Luther, waiter, rms 184 E Vermont. 
Clark L Lulu, help F R Jennings, res cor 

Market and West, 
Clark Maria (wid James B), res 177 W 

Vermont. 
Clark Mrs Martha M, bds 104 W Vermont. 
Clark Mary, irouer Insane Hospital. 

Establislied 1869. 

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Compilers of Abstracts, 
Office, 12 and 15 Thorpe Block. 

Telephone 1048. 

Clark Michael, lab street railroad, res 312 
S West. 

Clark Michael, gasfitter, res 240 Fletcher 
ave. 

*Clark Millard, lab Indpls Mall Iron Co, 
bds Haiisj;hville. 

Clark Noah A, engineer Otto Stechhan, res 
58 Oak. 

Clark Oliver E, helper Indpls Mall Iron 
Co, res 487 N California. 

Clark Orion W, driver Indpls Ice Co, res 
72 W 1st. 

Clark Rachel A (wid Wm T), res 27 Lock- 
erbie. 

Clark Ralph, dentist, bds 441 N Meridian. 

Clark Rebecca J, domestic 398 Peru. 

Clark Reuben O, carp J B Emerson, res 
178 W xMichigan. 

Clark Richard, plasterer, res 41 S West. 

Clark Robert F, helper C St L & P R R, 
res 502.^ E Washington. 

Clark Mrs Sarah, boarding, res 184 E Ver- 
mont. 

Clark Sibbie, domestic 32 Central ave. 

Clark Stephen A, carriage trimmer, bds 215 
N New .Jersey. 

Clark ThoHiMS, plasterer, res 112 Dorman. 

Clark Thomas F, Ry flagman, res 16Sharpe. 

Clark Thomas F, horse shoer J Clark, res 
91 Camp. 

^hirke Thomas J, mach Alkinssaw works, 
res 105 Fayette. 

Clark Timothy, lab, bds 312 S West. 

Clark Timothy J (TJ Clark & Bro), turn- 
key station house, res 105 Bates. 

Clark T J & Bro (Timothy J Clark, Mich- 
ael H Farrell), marble 212 W Washing- 
ton. 

*Clark Wm, lab, res 245 Sprnce. 

Clark Wm, conductor I D & S Ry, res 652 
S Illinois. 

Clark Wm, butter, res rear 26fi E Ohio. 

Clark Wm, grocer 296 E Ohio, res 270 
Miami. 

Clark Wm A, painter F Fertig, res 44 Paca. 

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Clark Wm B, potter Roofing Tile & 
Clay Co, bds 590 W Morris (W I). 

Clark Wm F, res 53 Bradshaw. 

Clark Wm H, driver Hildebrand & Fugate^ 
res 462 S Illinois. 

Clark Wm H (W H Clark & Co), res 422 
N East. 

*Clark Wm M, barber, rms 68 N Missouri.. 

Clark Wilson, huckster, res 184 E Vermont. 

Clark W H & Co (Wm H Clark, David P' 
Stirk), pat medicine 23 W Maryland. 

Clarke Alfred D, mngr ret dept The Bowen- 
Merrill Co, res 121 N Mississippi. 

Clarke Bascom B, trav agt Wm Deering & 
Co, res Colfax, Ind. 

Clarke Charles S, elk Kingan & Co, bds 
121 N Mississippi. 

Clarke James E, engineer Indpls Rolling 
Mill Co, res 462 S Illinois. 

Clarke Mrs Jennie, midwife, res 462 S Illi- 
nois. 

Clarke Mary G (wid John R),'bds 300 W 
New York. 

Clarke Michael F (Clarke & McGauly),. 
res 240 Fletcher ave. 

Clarke Mollie G, bds 300 W New York. _ 

Clarke Nellie, cashier The Bowen-Merrill 
Co, bds 121 N Mississippi. 

Clarke Robert M, fireman Standard Oil 
Co, bds e s Mulberry 1 n of Poplar. 

Clarke Ross, lawyer 100 E Washington, 
bds Denison Hotel. 

Clarke Thomas J F, bkkpr Clarke & Mc- 
Gauly, res 240 Fletcher ave.. 

Clarke VVm, time keeper Kingan & Co, res 
405 Park .ave. 

Clarke Wm,collector, bds 121 N Mississippi 

Clarke Wm B, Physician 50 Circle, 
bds Bates House; Telephone 111. 

Clarke & McGauly (Michael F' 
Clarke, James McGnuly), Plumbers,. 
Steam and Gas Fitters, and Dealers in 
Gas Fixtures and Plumber's Supplies 33 
S Penn. 

Clarkin John, lab Ewart Mnfg Co, bds H 
Gaetz, Haughville. 

Clary, see a/so Cleary. 

Clary Alonzo E, elk C C Watson, bds 249 
Fletcher ave. 

Clary David F, mer police, res 508 S East. 

Clary Jasper N, mer police, res 65 E Mc- 
Carty. 

Clary Kate, laundress Deaf and Dumb In- 
stitute. 
• Clary Worthington J P, met police, res 249 
Flet( her ave. 

Class Michael, boilermkr, res 461 S Illi- 
nois. 

Clawson Clarence M ( W H Sage & Co), res 
s e cor West and New York. 

Clawson Edwin M, fireman I D & S ele- 
vator, res 296 W New York. 

Clawson Hannah M (wid Andrew J), res 
296 W N^'w York. 



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Clawson John B, elk F P Smith & Co, bds 

296 W New York. 
Clawson John W (Cross & Clawson) res e s 

Belmont ave 2 s of Johnson (W I). 
*Clay Eliza (wid Colemanj bds 223 

Howard. 
Clay Henry, butcher abattoir, res 264 W 

Michigan. 
*Clay Henry, ice dealer, res 241 W 7th. 
*Clay Henry, lab, res 31 Hosbrook. 
Clay Hillard, bkkpr, bds 134 N Penn. 
«Clay Ira, shoemkr H Triempe, res 365 W 

North. 
*Clay James, cook, bds 329 W North. 
Clay James, cooper Consolidated Tank 

Line Co, res 43 Bates. 
*Clay Josephine, bds rear 340 Indiana ave. 
Clay Kate K, bds 78 W North. 
*Clay Kichard, lab, bds rear 340 Indiana 

ave. 
*Clay Solomon, waiter, rms 60 W Market. 
*Clay Wm H, sexton Plymouth church, 

res 329 W North. 
Clay ^Worker, T A Eandall & Co 

Proprs, 25 Thorpe block. 
*Clay Zena, res rear 340 Indiana ave. 
Claypool Block, n e cor Washington and 

Illinois. 
Claypool Edward F (Newton^ Claypool & 

Co), pres First National Bank, res 182 

N Meridian. 
Claypool John W, lawyer 21 and 23 E 

Washington, bds 1088 N Illinois. 
Claypool Newton (Newton Claypool & Co), 

res 242 N Penn. 
Claypool Newton & Co (Newton and Ed- 
ward F Claypool), investment dealers, 

rear First National Bank. 
Claypool Solomon (Claypool & Ketcham), 

res 1088 N Illinois. 
Claypool & Ketclian] (Solomon 

Claypool, Wm A Ketcham), Lawyers 

21 and 23 E Washington. 
Clayton Ann (wid John VV), res 127 N East, 
*Clayton Amos, servant 321 N New Jer- 
sey. 
Clayton Charles J, carp, res 74 Buchanan. 
*Clayton Henry, coachman 18 Central ave. 
*Clayton Hiram, cook 639 N Illinois. 
Clayton John, baggageman J M & I R E, 

bds 41 Madison ave. 
Clayton Leonidas W, trav agt, res 563 

Broadway. 
Clayton Wm W, trav agt, res 398 Central 

ave. 
Cleaggett John, elk I B & W Ky, rms 265 

N Mississippi. 
Clear John, lab, bds 264 S Missouri. 
Clear Kate, seamstress, bds 264 S Missouri. 
Clear Wm, stoker gas works, res 246 S Mis- 
souri. 
Clearwater Harry S, bds 47 Dunlop. 
Clearwater Hiram E, res 47 Dunlop. 
Cleary, see also Clary. 



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84 East Market Street. 

Cleary Andrew F, boilermkr I D & S Ry, 

res 258 Douglass. 
Cleary Maggie, attendant Insane Hospital. 
Cleary Patrick, lab Denison House, res 

523 N West. 
Cleaveland Block, s w cor Kentucky ave 

and Tennessee. 
Cleaveland Calvin C, painter T V Cook, 

res 405 S Delaware. 
Cleaveland Charles F, with Carbolic Smoke 

Ball Co, res 605 N Mississippi. 
Cleaveland Frank, painter C W Lyzott, res 

E Sullivan. 
Cleaveland Frank H, wood ws Dillon 1 

s of English ave, res same. 
Cleaveland John B, rms 8 Zilar block. 
Cleaver Jefferson, bricklayer, res 371 E 

Ohio. 
Cleaver John, lab, bi^s 371 E Ohio. 
Cleckner Clara B, bds 114 W Georgia. 
Cleckner Eliza T (wid Simon) res 114 W 

Georgia. 
Clegg John, lab Kingan & Co, bds 276 W 

Maryland. 
Clegg John M, trav agt G Hitz & Co, res 

184 N California. 
Clegg Owen E, cooper iL B Gardner, bds 

181 N California. 
Clegg Wm H, cooper L B Gardner, bds 184 

N California. 
Clein, see Klein. 
Cleland John E (Cathcart, Cleland & Co), 

res 32 W St Clair. 
Clem Aaron (Clem & Easterday), res 

Brightwood. 
Clem Mrs Nancy E, res over 368 Blake. 
Clem & Easterday (Aaron Clem, Luther R 

Easterday), grocers 51 Mass ave. 
Clemens Frank, mach U S Wire and Nail 

works, bds 9 Fletcher ave. 
Clemens Harry, driver J M Oliver, bds 314 

N New Jersey. 
Clemens Wm H, painter, res 314 N New 

Jersey. 

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Clement Catherine M (wid John), res 117 

Locke. 
Clement John, carp rear 36 E Georgia, res 

10 Harrison. 
Clements Augustus R, engineer Bee Line, 

res Brightford. 
Clements Mrs Caroline, res 314 N New 

JcrsGV 
Clements Clark, lab, bds rear 117 S New 

Jersey. 
Clements Ellen, bds 139 Geisendorff. 
Clements Frank, lab, res 602 N West. 
Clements George, carp, res s s Weghorst 2 

e of East. 
Clements James M, engineer Bee Line, res 

112 Brookside ave. 
Clements John, lab Acme Milling Co, rms 

202 W Washington. 
Clements John R, mach Bee Line, res 112 

Brookside ave. 
Clements Leo, bds 452 N West. 
Clements Nellie, bds 139 Geisendorff. 
Clements Peter, carp, bds John J Vonder- 

saar. 
Clements Silas, lab, res 602 N West. 
Clements Thomas L, engineer Bee Line, 

res 283 Mass ave. 
Clements Wm A, cabinetmkr Wm B Urey, 

res 139 Geisendorff. 
Clements Wm C, lab Indpls Cabinet Co, 

res 120 Beeler. 
Clemmer Fernandez O, physician 24 E 

Ohio, bds 149 N Penn. 
Clemmons George W, conductor C H & I 

R R, res 58 English ave. 
Clemmons Wm, messenger C H & I R R, 

bds 58 English ave. 
demons Theodore L, trav agt Layman & 

Carey Co, res Terre Haute, Ind. 
Clette James, engineer, res 369 W Pearl. 
Cleveland, Columtous, Cin- 
cinnati & Indianapolis 
IPreigfllt Depot, Thomas J Helm 
Freight Agt, n e cor Alabama and Vir- 
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Clewlow John, sagermkr U S Eucaustic 

Tile works, res 777 N Mississippi. 
Click John, polisher Indpls Picture Frame 

Co, res 617 Madison ave. 
Clifford Alexander, lawyer, rms 387 N Mis- 
sissippi. 
Clifford Amos, flour 316 N West, res 374 

same. 
Clifford Barnhard, lab Kingan & Co, res 

412 S West. 
Clifford Benjamin F, elk Hide, Leather & 

Belting Co, res 333 N West. 
Clifford Catharine B, bds 511 N Mississippi. 
Clifford Harry C, met police, res 100 

Dougherty, 
Clifford .Josie A, teacher public school No 

12, bds 511 N Mississippi. 
Clifford Miles, lawyer 9 95 E Washington. 

res 387 N Mississippi. 
Clifford Patrick, car inspector T H & I R 

R, res 144 Dorman. 
Clifford Perry H, elk Amos Clifford, bds 

374 N West. 
Clifford Vincent G (Kreider & Clifford), 

rms 387 N Mississippi. 
Clifford Wm, carp, res 511 N Mississippi. 
Clifford W Louis, bkkpr Aneshaensel & 

Strong, res 511 N Mississippi. 
Clift Mary E, domestic 334 N New Jersey. 
Clifton Albert, brakeman I B & W Ry, bds 

251 S Meridian. 
Clifton Benjamin, teamster, res 363 Indiana 

ave. 
Clifton Lillian, domestic 154 Bird. 
Climer Arnold, switchman I D & S Ry, bds 

260 W Washington. 
Cline, see aho Klein and Kline. 
Cline Allen, engineer, res 11 Cook. 
Cline Anna, dressmkr, res 90 W Wabash. 
Cline Edward, expressman, bds 657 W Ver- 
mont. 
*Cline Henry, driver G F Branham, res 79 

Hill ave. 
Cline Isaac H, painter, res 232 S Missouri. 
Cline Jennie, bds 64 Summit. 
Cline Lewis C, physician 226 College ave, 

res 395 Park ave. 
Cline Lula B, photo printer D C Bryant, 

res 285 Dillon. 
Cline Marg;iret (wid David L), res rear 604 

Virginia ave. 
»Cline Walter, lab, bds 79 Hill ave. 
Cline Wm W, mach hand F Scheirich, res 

64 Summit. 
Clingenpeel Wm, elk J J Stacks, bds 76 N 

Noble. 
Clingler Elmer E, car driver, rms 14 

Braden block. 
Clingler Henry S, car driver, bds 261 N 

Mississippi. 
Clingler Mary E (wid Elijah W), res 261 

N Mississippi. 
Clingler Wm O, tilemkr U S Encaustic 
Tile works, bds 261 N Mississippi. 



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*Clinginan Julius, lab, res 38 Lincoln Lane. 

*Clinton James, res rear 323 N Illinois. 

Clinton John R, elk commissioners' court 
43 Court House, res 469 Virginia ave. 

*Clinton Mrs Nelly, res rear 323 N Illinois. 

Clinton Wharton R, res 510 N West. 

Clippinger Wm H, salesman H Lieber & 
Co, res 75 Fletcher ave. 

Clippinger Mrs Laura, res 75 Fletcher ave. 

Cloak Albert, baggagemaster, res 357 S Illi- 
nois. 

Clodfelter Henry W^, carp, res 96 Dorman. 

Clodfelter Samuel A, carp, bds Brown 
House. 

Cloe Freeman, teamster M & C Union, res 
166 S East. 

Cloe Maggie, res 128 E Maryland. 

Cloffee Andrew, teamster, res w s Singleton 
2 s of Morton. 

Clonan Julia, domestic 600 N Alabama. 

Clonan Matilda, domestic 690 N Alabama, 

Close George A, printer, rms 14 Morgan 
block. 

Closser Joseph A (J A Closser & Co), vice- 
pres Indpls Board of Trade, res 655 N 
Delaware. 

Closser J A & Co (Joseph A Closser, Mil- 
ton A Woollen, George W Johnston, 
Charles J Colgan), grain 33 S Meridian. 

Closson Laura, domestic 144 N Illinois. 

Closson Lizzie P, bds 75 W Vermont. 

Closson Mrs Martha F, res 75 W Vermont. 

Cloud Albert D, elk Cloud & Co, bds 172 
W New York. 

Cloud Burton S, sawyer Tucker & Dorsey 
Mnfg Co, res 70 S Pine. 

Cloud Caleb T, trav agt Messick, Cones & 

■ ' Co, i-es 69 Elm. 

Cloud Charles, brakeman Belt R R, rms 
131 W Ohio. 

Cloud Dora, domestic David Soult. 

Cloud Dudley T, carp Nordyke & Marmon 
Co, res 84 Woodlawn ave. 

Cloud Henry F, lab Wm H Coleman, res e 
s S East 2 s of Gresham. 

Cloud Jeremiah M, carp, res 231 W Ver- 
mont. 

Cloud Jonathan, mngr Cloud & Co, res 209 
W New York. 

Cloud Joseph, agt rms 13 Braden block. 

Cloud Martha J (Cloud & Co), res 209 W 
New York. 

Cloud Robert T S, physician, res 380 Dil- 
lon. 

Cloud Wm H, painter, bds 209 W New 
York. 

Cloud & Co (Martha J Cloud), grocers, 207 

W New York. 
Clough John L, asst chief elk rms, bds 

27 Butler. 
Clough Susan N (wid Wm), res 27 Butler. 

*Cloyd Emma, domestic 277 N Tennessee. 
Cluckner Elwood, carp Belt R R, bds E 
Market nr New Jersey. 



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The leading 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Gas Fixtures, 
Plumbers' Steam and GasFitters' Supplies. 
Personal attention given to all our work, 

and satisfaction guaranteea in every 

instance, ^ive ns a trial. Telephone 850. 

91 North Pennsylvania St. Denison Hotel Block. 

Cluckner George A, teamster Dillingham 

6 Fowler, bds 355 W Washington. 
Cluckner James, bridge builder, bds 142 S 

East. 
Cluckner Martha (wid John), res 355 W 

W^ashington. 
Chine James M, lab P Clune, bds 189 E 

Washington. 
Clune John, furniture 90 S Illinois, res 372 

S Tennessee. 

Clune Margaret, res 372 S Tennessee. > ^^ 

Clune Michael, lounge mnfr 700 S Meri- ^^ \ 

dian, res 633 same. HtH 

Clune Patrick, second hand goods 189 EL J 

Washington, res same. 
Coakley Wm, engineer C H & I R R, bds 

8 Lvnn. 
Coal Mirror The, Scott & Suffrins publrs, 

37 and 39 Virginia ave. ^i—s. 

Co an, see aho Cohen and Cohn. C D 

Coan Ora A, wks U S Encaustic Tile ^^^j 

works, res 85 Oregon. ^W 

Coan Sidney W, bkkpr I L Frankem, res ^ ^ 

415 N East. ' i. ' 

Coats Charles M (C M Coats & Co), res 238 )r^ 

S Alabama. r ^\ 

Coats CM&Co (Charles M Coats), com V^ -^ 

s w cor Virginia ave and Maryland. ^^^ 

«Cobb Anderson, porter C I St L & C Ry, ('"^N 

rms 84 W Market. ^-_ 

Cobb Arthur W, elk Udell works, bds 782 r^\ 

N Illinois. ^-^ 

Cobb Campbell H, bkkpr C F Sayles, res 

97 Peru. {^ 

Cobb George O, elk G F Branham, res 529 g» 

EOhio. ^. p 

Cobb George W, sec'y R R Christian Ass'n, ^ ^ 

res 176 Christian ave. v^ p* 

Cobb Henry, bender C H Gillett & Co, res ^ O 

7 Hill. g" 
Cobb Jacob, mach Atlas works. S ^ 
Cobb Julia, teacher public school No 3, H i-j 

bds 97 Peru. U ^ 

Cobb Samuel H, auditor, res 22 Lockerbie 
Cobb Stephen, lab, bds 25 Newman. 



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£.SJ:2 147 N Penn. 

fct^Hyj Q^^^ y^^ p^ ^j^jgj ^^^p Insane Hospital. 

^;|f^Coble Alice, elk G W Brown, bds 383 W 
New York. 
Coble Charles, cooper L B Gardner, bds 88 

S West. 
Coble Daniel, res 115 Hosbrook. 
Coble David A, carp, res 198 Bright. 
Coble George jr, saloon s e cor Pendleton 
pike and Poplar (Brightwood), res same. 
""^ Coble George W, res 383 W New York. 
C#-H Coble Laura A, elk, bds 383 W New York. 
^5 Coble Lawson A, student Butler Univer- 
' , sity, bds Irvington. 

(^ Coble Mary (wid George W), res 160 S 
s- ->, Delaware. 

V — .J Coble Wm O, porter G W Stout, bds 198 
Bright. 
Cobler Jesse, foreman, bds 297 S Illinois. 
Coburn Frederick E, fireman C H & I R 
f—^ R, bds 253| Huron. 
'^^ » Coburn Grace G, bds 253^ Huron. 

Coburn Harry, lab, bds 199 W Wabash. 
Coburn Henry (Coburn & Jones), pres Byr- 
kit Sheathing & Lath Co, res 121 E New 
York. 
Coburn James F, lab Nordyke & Marmon 
(— H Co, res se cor Morris and Lee (W I). 
r — < Coburn John, lawyer 60 E Market, res 40 
t Hendricks. 

M Coburn John C, lab, res 163 W Maryland. 
Coburn Lizzie D, stenographer Nordyke & 

Marmon Co, bds J F Coburn (W I). 
Coburn Mary (wid Peter), res 199 W Wa- 
bash. 
Coburn Minerva R (wid Willard S), res 
fy~) 253J Huron. 

"^ Coburn Walter F, lab. bds J F Coburn 
t£l (WI). 

[-—' Coburn Willard H (Coburn & Weelburg), 
fX live stock agt C I St L & C and B & O 
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Coburn Wm H, livery stable s s 7th bet 
Delaware and Alabama, res n e cor Del- 
aware .and 6th. 

Coburn Wm H, bds 121 E New York. 

Coburn & Jones (Henry Coburn, 
Est Wm H Jones), Planing Mill, Lum- 
ber and Sash, Door and Blind Manu- 
facturers Georgia bet Tennessee and Mis- 
sissippi; Telephone 612. 

Coburn & Weelburg (Willard H Coburn, 
Frederick Weelburg), live stock Union 
stock yards (W I). 

Coby John C, mach, res 77 Decatur (W I). 

Cochran, see also Corcoran, 

Cochran Andrew J, cane works Institution 
for Blind, res 290 E South. 

Cochran Andrew J jr, mach hand, bds 290 
E South. 

Cochran Elizabeth (wid Samuel Nl, res 273 
W Market. 

Cochran James M, carp, res 308 Ash. 

Cochran Jennie, tailoress, res 460 E Wash- 
ington. 

Cochran Joseph, driver street railroad, bds 
3 Henry. 

Cochran Joseph, hostler Frank Bird. 

Cochran Miles, lab, bds 140 Blake. 

Cochran Robert, potter Roofing Tile & Clay 
Co, bds 590 W Morris (W I). 

Cochran Thomas, plasterer, res 31 Blake. 

Cochran Thomas F, lab Kingan & Co, res 
140 Blake. 

Cochran Wm D, cooper L B Gardner, bds 
26 Minerva. 

Cochran Wm M, res 154 College ave. 

Cochrane George W, carp, bds 424 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Cochrane Samuel W, carp, res 424 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Cockburn Cory, harnessmkr, rms 73 N 
Alabama. 

Coddington Elizabeth (wid Samuel), board- 
ing 40 English ave. 

Coe Cora E, teacher Deaf and Dumb In- 
stitute. 

Coe Henry (Henry Coe & Co), res 277 N 
Delaware. 

Coe Henry & Co (Henry Coe, Au- 
gustus M DeSouchet), Insurance, Real 
Estate and Loans 13 Martindale Block; 
Telephone 501. 

Coen Mary (wid John), binder W B Bur- 
ford, res 5J Indiana ave. 

Coen Sarah J (wid Silas), res 567 N West. 

Coffey Wilford, driver J B Emerson, res 
748 N West. 

*Coffey Lafayette, lab stock yards. 

CoflTey Ella (wid John) res 228 N Dela- 
ware. 

Coffey Lizzie, domestic 86 N East. 

Coffield Maurice H, engineer C St L & P 
R R,bds 70 N State ave. 



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Coffin Abraham P, teamster G Ittenbach 
& Co, res 195 S Pine. 

Coffin Agnes, with Eli Lily & Co, bds 37 
Hovt are. 

Coffin Albert W (Coffin, Greenstreet & 
Fletcher), res 517 N Delaware. 

Coffin Annette, elk L S Ayres & Co, res 138 
E New York. 

Coffin Arthur, elk Atlas works, res 314 
Bellefontaine. 

Coffin Carrie (wid Erastus K), res 69 Vine. 

Coffin Charles, elk Indiana Nat Bank, bds 
300 Fletcher ave. 

Coffin Charles E (C E Coffin & Co), res 800 
N Penn. 

Coffin C B & Co) Charles E Coffin, 
Charles E HoUoway), Real Estate, Mort- 
gage, Loan and Fire Insurance 90 E 
Market. 

Coffin David W (Wiles, Coffin & Co), res 
854 N Meridian. 

•Coffin Earl W, car driver, bds S3 W Mich- 
igan. 

Coffin Elizabeth, bds 37 Hoyt ave. 

Coffin Francis A, sec'y and treas Indpls 
Cabinet Co, res 425 N Delaware. 

Coffin Franklin R, res 83 W Michigan. 

Coffin Franklin R jr, elk I B & W Ry, bds 
83 W Michigan. 

Coffin George W, janitor public school No 
28, res 179 Fletcher ave. 

Coffin Georgia A, bds 234 N East. 

Coffin, Greenstreet & Fletch- 
er (Albert W Coffin, Jason H Green- 
street, James L and Lafayette W Fletch- 
er), Pork Packers Schearer 1 e of White 
river. 

Coffin Junius M, engineer, res 13 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Coffin Laura A, candymkr Daggett & Co, 
res 37 Hoyt ave. 

Coffin Marion S, draughtsman Jenney 
Electric Co, rms 477 N Alabama. 

Coffin Mary B (wid Eleazer), res 37 Hoyt 
ave. 

Coffin Mary E (wid Theodore H), res 234 
N East. 

Coffin Minnie C, bds 234 N East. 

Coffin Oliver S, student, bds 250 N East. 

Coffin Percival P, bookkpr Indpls Cabinet 
Co, bds 425 N Delaware. 

Coffin Robert M, with Atlas works, res 250 
College ave. 

Coffin VincentB, cigar mnfr 154 Hosbrook, 
res same. 

Coffin Wm J, cigars, res 104 Spann ave. 

Coffin Zeno W, agt, res 300 Fletcher ave. 

Coffman, see also Kaufman. 

Coffman Eliza R (wid Henry), res 138 E 
New York. 

•Coffman Ella, elk N Y store, bds 138 E 
New York. 

•Coffman Emma, teacher public school No. 
25, bds 138 E New Pork. 



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Coffman Ferdinand, A trav agt Byram, 
Cornelius & Co, rms 265 N Tennessee. 

Coffman Ida F, boxmkr W H Short, bds 40 
Stevens. 

Coffman Jackson D.carp, res 72 Buchanan. 

Coffman Jacob, druggist 539 S East, res 
same. 

Coffman Jerome, carp, res 40 Stevens. 

Coffman Joshua S, druggist, res 267 S New 
Jersey. 

Coffman MargaretS (wid Jacob), res 255 S 
New Jersey. 

Coffman Nettie, elk, bds 138 E New York. 

Coffman W^m H, restaurant 610^ Virginia 
ave, res same. 

Cogan James, helper Bee Line, bds Bright- 
wood. 

Cogger Orville, bds 26 Walcott. 

Cogshell Emma (wid Wm W), res Pendle- 
ton pike (Brightwood). 

Cogswell Stacy H, carp, res 637 W Ver- 
mont. 

Cohen, see also Coan and Colin. 

Cohen Abraham (A Cohen & Son), res 217 
N Illinois. 

Cohen Abraham, grocer 300 S Tennessee, 
res 297i S Illinois. 

Cohen Alexander, junk 297 W Washing- 
ton, res 129 Eddy. 

Cohen A & Son (Abraham and Hyam), 
pawnbrokers 31 S Illinois. 

Cohen Becky, seamstress C B Cones, Son & 
Co, bds 98 Eddy. 

Cohen Charles, lab, res 6 Blackford. 

Cohen David, pedler, res 98 Eddy. 

Cohen Marcus, grocer 127 Eddy, res same. 

Cohen Hvam (A Cohen & Son and G W^ 
Lutz &Co), res 156 N East. 

Cohen Louis, elk A Cohen & Son, res 297J 
S Illinois. 

Cohen Nettie, bds 217 N Illinois. 

Cohen Solomon, pawnbroker 97 S Illinois, 
bds 217 N Illinois. 

Cohn Abraham, elk Sarah Cohn, bds 523 N 
Tennessee. 

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I Solicitor of American and Foreign Patents, Ifi and 18 

I Hubbard Block, Indianapolis, Ind., and Le Droit 

Building, opp. TJ. S. Patent Office, Washington, 

I>. C. See advertisement under head of 

"Patent tiolicitora" in claasitied list. 

Cohn Fabian (T Benson & Co), res 125 N 

Noble. 
*Cohn Henry C, waiter Hotel English. 
Cohn Josie, elk Sarah Cohn, bds same. 
Cohn Philip G, elk Model Clothing Co, bds 

Circle Park Hotel. 
Cohn Samuel, pedler, res 231 S Missis- 
sippi. 
Cohn Sarah, grocer 244 W Washington, res 

523 N Tennessee. 
Cohn Wm C, elk, rms 529 N Alabama. 
Coil Dora, domestic 454 E Michigan. 
Coin Mailing Book Co (Wm and Wm K 

Bellis), 11|_W Washington. 
Cokayne Edwin S, tel opr Denison House, 

res lOS Peru. 
Colbert Dennis, elk, bds 12 Henry. 
Colbert John, lab, bds 12 Henry. 
Colbert Patrick, night watchman, bds 12 

Henry. 
Colbert Thomas, capt met police, bds 12 

Henry. 
Colbert Wm, lab, bds 12 Henry. 
Colbertson, see Culbertson. 
Colborn Abram F (FraserBros& Colborn), 

res Michigan City, Ind. 
Colborn Cora C, harnessmkr Holliday & 

Wyon, bds 65 N Alabama. 
Colden Louisa J (wid John E) res 341 S 

Meridian. 
Colden Nellie, elk L SAyres & Co, rms 10 

Windsor block. 
Coldstead George, lab, bds Wm Coldstead. 
Coldstead Wm, gardener, res w s Meridian 

4 n of Raymond, 
Coldwell, see also Caldwell and Cauldwell. 
Coldwell Andrew, lab, bds 430 S Meridian. 
Coldwell Horace G, storekpr I B & W Ry, 

res 862 N Alabama. 
*Coldwell Mary J (wid Lucas), res 19 

Hosbrook. 
Cole Abraham H, carp, bds 155 Harmon. 
Cole Albert B, Lawyer 35^ E Wash- 
ington, res 134 W Ohio 
Cole Allen, lab, res 155 Harmon. 

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Cole Barton W, mngr Central Christian 
Pub Co, res 380 Broadway. 

Cole Charles, lab Nordyke & Marmon Co^ 
res 23 W McCarty. 

Cole Charles, lab, bds 2 Garden. 

Cole Charles J, lab, bds 38 Hadley. 

Cole Clay, car inspector I B & W Ry, res- 
55 Bloomington (W I). 

Cole Converse G, conductor C I St L & C 
Ry, res 53 Fletcher ave. 

Cole Elizabeth (wid Albert B), bds 55- 
Ruckle. 

Cole Eva, help F R Jennings, res 155 Har- 
mon. 

Cole George, trav agt, res 139 Davidson. 

Cole Georgia A, dressmkr, res 38 E Ohio. 

Cole Henry, lab Kingan & Co, bds 229 W 
Washington. 

Cole James, lab Kingan & Co, rms 9 Bra- 
den block. 

Cole James J, physician 368 N Mississippi^ 
res same. 

Cole James S, carp J Stewart, res 342 N 
Missouri. 

Cole Joseph, lab Mart T Ohr, res 78 Fay- 
ette. 

Cole Joseph, driver G R Root & Bro, re» 
rear 180 S Delaware. 

Cole Kate (wid Jackson), res 441 N Ala- 
bama. 

Cole Wm, lab Kingan & Co, bds 229 W 
Washington. 

Cole Wm K, tinner, bds 174 E South. 

Colebrook Edward W, keeper east gate 
Crown Hill Cemetery, res same. 

Colebrook Frederick J, sexton Roberts Park 
M E Church, res 114 Ft Wayne ave. 

Coleman, see also Colman and Kuhlman. 

*Coleman Abraham, lab, res w s Reid 1 n 
of Pleasant. 

*Coleman Alvina, domestic 49 School. 

*Coleman Charles, porter Occidental HoteL 

Coleman Charles L.coal 20 S West, res 267- 
Shelby. 

Coleman Conrad, finisher C M Union, re» 
197 Harrison. 

Coleman Edward T, elk N Y store, rm» 
131 W Ohio. 

*Coleman Eli, driver A B Meyer & Co, re» 
e s Central ave 2 s of Bruce. 

Coleman Ernst H L, gardener, res 267 
Shelby. 

Coleman Fannie,domestic 105 N Meridian. 

Coleman George, carp, res rear 104 Doug- 
lass. 

Coleman George E, molder, res w s Bel- 
mont ave 3n of Washington (W I). 

*Coleman Harriet (wid Wesley), res 186 
Agnes. 

Coleman Harvey B, cigarmkr Maas & 
Kiemeyer, res 137 Patterson. 

Coleman Henry (Klee & Coleman), re» 
Dayton, Ohio. 

Coleman Henry, lab, bds 27 Grant. 



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*Coleman Henry, porter C F Lamotte, res 

250 E Wabash. 
Coleman James, warden pest house, res 

same. 
*Coleman James, carp, [res w s Caroline 

ave 1 s of Brinkman. 
*Coleman Jennie, laundress, res rear 126 E 

North. 
Coleman John, baker 638 N Mississippi, 

res same. 
*Coleman John, lab, bds 545 Central ave. 
"Coleman John, barber, rms rear 76 W 3d. 
Coleman John A (Goth, Coleman & Co), 

res 348 N East. 
Coleman John E, lab Kingan & Co, res 643 

W Vermont. 
Coleman John G, flagman C I St L & C Ry, 

res 378 Blake. 
*Coleman Joseph, lab, bds 165 Clinton. 
Coleman Kate (wid George), res 27 Grant. 
*Ccleman Louisa, laundress, res rear 222 E 

Louisiana. 
®Coleman Louisa (wid John), cook, res 

rear 123 S New Jersey. 
Coleman Louisa J (wid John E), res 341 S 

Meridian. 
Coleman Martin, boilermkr Atlas works, 

res 229 N Noble. 
Coleman Mary, attendant Insane Hospital. 
Coleman Matthew, lab Atlas works, res 196 

Yandes. 
Coleman Nicholas, boilermkr Atlas works, 

res 196 Yandes. 
Coleman Patrick, saloon 291 W Maryland, 

res same. 
Coleman Mrs Ruhama, bds 378 Blake. 
*Coleman Samuel, lab, res 208 St Mary. 
Coleman Thomas, lab, res s s 10th w of 

Lafayette R R. 
*Coleman Thomas, carp, res 545 Central 

ave. 
Coleman Wm A, bartender P Coleman, 

bds 291 W Maryland. 
Coleman Wm H, mngr, res 333 Ash. 
Coleman Wm H, staves s e cor East and 

Belt R R, res 19 E Ohio. S • 

*Coleman Wm S, lab, res 211 E Market. 
*Coleman Willis, lab, bds 288 Indiana ave. 
Colescotl Alice, bds 178 Prospect. 
Colescott Wm H, printer Sentinel, bds 14 

S Mississippi. 
Colestock George, bookbinder Wm B Bur- 
ford, bds Pyle House. 
Colestock Wesley S, carp P Routier, rms 

28^ S Illinois. 
*Coley Richard, lab, res 202 W 1st. 
Colgan Charles J (J A Closser & Co), res 

Boston, Mass. 
Colgan Henrie, prin public school No 10, 

res 170 Christian ave. 
Colgan Mary L, prin public school No 22, 

bds 170 Christian ave. 



SAMMONS & MUELLER, 

(Telephone 795) 

Main OHicc. Branch, Yanl, 

7 Virginia Ave. 15;') \V. Wash. 1 19 S. A labama. 

Lime, Cement, 

SEWER PIPE, FIRE BRICK, HAIR, LATH, 
PLASTER, ETC., ETC. 

Colgan Rose, domestic 429 N Delaware. 
Colglazier George, driver A B Meyer & Co, 

rms 2 Sterling block. 
Colglazier Helen, student, bds 345 N Penn. 
Colip Erastus H, baggageman Union De- 
pot, res 38 Hosbrook. 
Coll Birdie, helper F R Jennings, res 432 S 

Illinois. 
Coll Dominick F, elk M H Spades, bds 116 

Oak. 
Coll Hugh, lab, res 116 Oak. 
Coll Mary A (wid Dominic), res 432 S 

Illinois. 
Coll Wm J, lithographer W B Burford, 

bds 116 Oak. 
Collamore Wm A, elk Order of the Iron 

Hall, res 31 Vine. 
Collard Elizabeth (wid George), rms 11 

Smith block. 
Collester, see Collister. 

Collett John, geologist, res 9 Miller block. 
Collier, see also Kolyer. 

Collier Charles R, mach, bds 56 Summit. 
Collier James, grocer 114 W Ray, res 

same. 
Collier James L, lab Nordyke & Marmon 

Co, res w s Nordyke ave 13 s of Morris 

(W I). 
Collier Joey E, teacher public school No 

1, bds 373 College ave 
Collier Mary L, teacher bds 373 College 

ave. 
Collier Michael, asst St John's Church, res 

76 W Georgia. 
Collier Peter F, Publisher of Sub- 
scription Books, P J Flanedy Mngr, 93 

N Delaware, res New York City 
Collier Thomas, mach C St L & P R R, res 

56 Summit. 
Collier Thomas L, switchman I B & W Ry, 

res 85 Decatur (W I). 
Collier Wm S, real estate, res 373 College 

ave. 
Collings Franklin C, night elk U S Ex Co, 

res 69 Hoyt ave. 

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Abstract of Title Office 

12 and 15 Thorpe Block. 

NOTARIES PUBI.IC 

And General Conveyancers. 

Collins Catharine, bds Michael J Collins 
(NI). 

Collins Charles D, tel opr, res n s Orange 
ave bet Ramsay and Keystone aves. 

Collins Charles S, tallyman W St L & P 
Ey, res 64 Lexington ave. 

Collins Clifford G, apprentice G W Lutz, 
bds 263 S Meridian. 

Collins Cornelius, lab, res 60 Geisendorff. 

Collins Cornelius, switchman C H & I R 
R, bds 82 Michigan ave. 

Collins Elisha J, carp, res n s Orange ave 
bet Ramsay and Keystone aves. 

Collins Eliza (wid George W), res 384 In- 
diana ave. 

Collins Elizabeth A, teacher German an- 
nex high school No 2, rms 39 Windsor 
block. 

••'Collins Emma, cook Preston Richey, rms 
s s E Wabash bet East and New Jersey. 

Collins Frank, carp, bds 160 Virginia ave. 

Collins Hannah (wid Michael), bds M J, 
Collins (N I). 

*Collins James, waiter Grand Hotel, rms 
216 W New York. 

Collins James A, printer S E Collins, res 
50 Benton. 

Collins James L, baggagemaster C I St L & 
C Ry, res 150 S East. 

Collins James M, hostler, res 407 N Ala- 
bama. 

Collins Jeremiah, helper C I St L & C Ry, 
bds 510 E Georgia. 

Collins Jeremiah, lab Atlas works, bds 
245 Buchanan. 

*Collins Jeremiah, lab Udell works, res 
Udell (NI.) 

Collins John, lab, res Armstrong (N I.) 

Collins John, brickmason, bds W T Mitch- 
ell (W I). 

Collins John, carp, res 245 Buchanan. 

Collins John, lab, res rear 90 S Illinois. 

Collins Joseph P, tel opr Belt R R, res 
Woodside. 

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*Collins Joshua, driver M S Huey & Son, 

bds 397 Mass ave. 
Collins Julia, domestic 434 Blake. 
Collins J Wm, bartender Bates House, bds 

47 N East. 
Collins Laura, bds 112 Bellefontaine. 
■■■■Collins Lizzie, domestic 276 N Missis- 
sippi. 
Collins Lizzie H (wid Charles J), res 554 

N Alabama. 
Collins Mrs Lydia E, res 25 Elm. « 

Collins Malachi P, driver street railroad, 

bds 79 Wilson. 
Collins Margery (wid Charles), bds 276 S 

Delaware. 
'•■■Collins Martin, expressman, rms rear 501 

N West. 
Collins Mary, bds 224 Bright. 
Collins Mary, domestic 185 E St Mary. 
Collins Mrs Mary F, bds 324 W Maryland. 
Collins Michael J, news agent, res Shoe- 
maker (N I.) 
Collins Nancy L (wid Thomas), res 20 W 

Georgia. 
Collins Patrick, hostler, res 79 Wilson. 
Collins Patrick, lab Kingan & Co, bds 60 

Geisendorff. 
■■■■Collins Robert, driver Shover & Christian, 

res 397 Mass ave. 
Collins Robert, lab Kingan & Co, bds 60 

Geisendorff. 
Collins Robert, student, bds Irvington. 
••'Collins Robert, lab C F Schmidt, res 204 

Elm. 
Collins Robert K, res 30 Walcott. 
Collins Sallie E (wid Wm A, A Lewis & 

Co), res 138 E St Clair. 
Collins Samuel E, photographer 37J E 

Washington, res 50 Benton. 
Collins Samuel H, bkkpr Bank of Com- 
merce, bds 735 N Meridian. 
Collins Thomas, lab, res 196 McKernan. 
Collins Thomas' E, elk W N Short, res 20 

W Georgia. 
Collins Wm H,steward Bates House, res 205 

W Walnut. 
Collins Wm H, lab, res 243 S Mississippi. 
*Collins Mrs Willie, res e s Guffin 1 n of 7th. 
Collister Frank, ironwkr Haugh, Ketcham 

& Co, res Haughville. 
Collister Mrs Mary, help F R Jennings, res 

68^ W Maryland. 
Collister Neil C, furnace man Indpls Mall 

Iron Co, res Haughville. 
Collopy Mrs Mary, dressmkr 47 Kentucky 

ave, res same. 
Collopy Michael, messenger Supreme 

Court, res 47 Kentucky ave. 
Col man, see also Coleman and Kuhlman. 
■*Colman Biddie, bds 104 Downey. 
Colman Helen M (wid James), res rear 108 

English ave. 
Colman Henry, saloon 37 N Alabama, res 

141 E Wabash. 



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Colored Orphaus' Home, cor 12th and 
Mississippi. ' 

*Colqnilt George, servant 297 N Penn. 

Colter, see also Coulter. 

*Colter Alice, domestic 378 N Delaware. 

Colter Andrew, molder Indpls Mall Iron 
Co, bds 43 Carlos. 

Colter George R, saloon 139 Virginia ave, 
res 34: Valley. 

Colter John A, engineer, res 75 N Arsenal 

. ^ave. 

Colter John A, hoseman engine co No 3, 
bds 256 S Delaware. 

Colter Margaret (wid Archie), res 256 S 
Delaware. 

Colter Nannie, domestic 998 N Mississippi. 

Colter Richard S, res 17 Greer. 

Colton Elizabeth (wid Elijah), bds 40 Co- 
burn. 

Colston Charles, lab Sinker, Davis & Co, 
res 344 S Delaware. 

^Colston Ellen, res rear 203 W North. 

Colvin, see also Calvin. 

Colvin Alexander, expressman, res 59 
Dougherty. 

Colvin Emma, domestic 64 N East. 

Colvin George T, fireman, res Brookside. 

Colvin Jeremiah, expressman, res 29 Pop- 
lar. 

Colvin Mary (wid Samuel), bds D O Crist, 
Stratford. 

Colwell, see also Caldwell, Gauldwell and Cold- 
well. 

*Colwell Louise (wid James), res rear 276 
W New York. 

Col well Wm F, plasterer, res 170 W New 
York. 

Combs, see also Coombs. 

Combs Georgre "W, Physician 30 
E Ohio, res 30 E Ohio and Supt City Dis- 
pensary 34 same. 

Combs John H, carp, res 90 Greer. 

Combs Julia (wid J Franklin), res 200 W 
New York. 

Comegys James, res 750 N Illinois. 

Comegys Olivia (wid Levi], res 750 N Illi- 
nois. 

Comer Joseph A, trav agt, res 344 Peru. 

Comer Lee C, tel opr Belt R R, bds 344 
Peru. 

Comer Stephen, millwright Acme Milling 
Co, bds 260 W Washington. 

Comingor Ada M, bds 352 N Meridian. 

Comingor Carrie G, bds 352 N Meridian. 

Oomingor George, res Mt Jackson. 
Comingor Herbet, brakemanC I StL & C 

Ry, res 349 J S Meridian. 
Comingfor John A (Comingor & 
Manker), Mnfr Surgical Appliances 77^ 
S Illinois, res 352 N Meridian. 

Comingor Lida, elk J M Balfour, bds 222 
W Maryland. 

"C'omingor Marlin, elk J M Balfour, bds 
W Maryland. 






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Comingor Oscar W, fireman I D & S Ry, HH' 
bds Mt Jackson. ^V 

Comingor & Manker (John A Comingor, i 
Frank E Manlcer), surgeons llh S Illi- ^^ 
nois. r 

Comly Clifton, commandant U S Arsenal, L™J 
res same. 'TJ 

Commercial Current, Business University ^^ 
pubs, When block, opp P O. 

Commercial Express L,iiie, 

5 Brecount Agt, 26 S Illinois. 
Commisky Charles A, engineer Kingan &| 

Co, res 316 S Missouri. 

Commisky Hattie, night watch Insane Hos- 
pital. 

Oommisky Susan, attendant Insane Hos- [ 
pital. I 

Commissioners Court,room 42 Court House. , 

Commlossy Louis, watchmaker Bingham' 

6 Walk, res 339 N Penn. 
Commons John M, bkkpr H T Conde, res' 

363 N Alabama. ^^^ 

Compton Arunah B, broker, res 225 N Cal-^^^ 

ifornia. ^^^ 

Compton Charles S, train dispatcher C I St ^p^^ 

L & C Ry, res 162 Fletcher ave. ■* ^ 

Compton Emma J (wid Thomas M), res ^^^ 

628 N West. J^m 

Compton James D, carp C F Laycock & Co, ^mm^ 

res 119 W Vermont. ^^^ 

Compton J A, Physician 40 E Ohio, , 

res same. 
Compton Martha, domestic 296 W New S « 

York. • N 

Compton Morton J, trav agt, bds 200 N . g 

Meridian. g 2 

Compton Samuel, trav agt, res 172 N Del- >< ^ 

aware. S S 

Comstock Albert S (Comstock & Coonse) res ^^ eg 



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Comstock Charlotte J (wid Charles O), res g S » 
359 N Mississippi. f ^% 

Comstock Frederick B, pumpmker Com-^ cS 
stock & Coonse, bds 359 N Mississippi. j* cy 

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^^^^ Comstock Horace A, jeweler 28 E Wash- 
gmM^ iugton, res 174 E North. 
r# JComstock James M, elk H A Comstock, res 
^^^ 107 N Noble. 

Comstock John C, elk I B & W Ky, bds 
—J 174 E North. 

(^^ Comstock Jolin M, Propr Occi- 
^^p^ dental Hotel s e cor Washington and Illi- 
nois; telephone 559. 
_ Comstock Lyndon "W, Dentist 
^f Eoom 1 Hubbard Block, res 70 E St 
^■% Clair. 
^■^^ Comstock Margaret J (wid Thomas C), res 

' 174 E North. 

^mmi9 Comstock Wm T, printer, bds 174 E North. 
mSI^S Comstock & Coonse (Albert S 
£^i Comstock, George W Coonse), Manu- 

I facturers of Wood, Chain and Wooden 

J^jJ Force Pumps 197 and 199 S Meridian; 
Sbi^) Telephone 631. 
^y^Conant Charles O, bds 279 Yandes. 
^^■•^ Conant Elisha P, mach Atlas works, res 
^^^ 279 Yandes. 

Conard Charles P, deputy sheriff, res 241 
Fletcher ave. 
^gf Conard Owen, elk, bds 59 W Maryland. 
^H^^ Conarroe Israel J, carp, res 454 N West. 
C3 Conarroe Martin M, carp, res 229 Virginia 
QCS ave. 

^ Conaty James B, res 297 N Liberty. 
5= Conaty J W, elk I D & S Ry, bds s s Wash- 
2b ington 3 w of Belt E R. 
■HUH Conaughton, see Connaughton. 

Conaway, see Conway. 
J^gSSi Conde Henri X, State Agent The 
fc^™ Caligraph Writing Machine and Dealer 
C^3 in Hardware, Agricultural Implements 
^^^ and Seeds 76 and 78 W Washington, res 
363 N Alabama; Telephone 162. {See 
^ right side lines.) 
^— Condee Mrs Sarah F, bds 26 Paca. 
EZ3 Condell Charles R, elk, bds 225 N Noble. 

Condell Henry E, fireman Capital City 
^^■^ mills, bds 225 N Noble. 

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Condell Mary J (wid James S), res 225 N 

Noble. 
Condit, see also Condidtt. 
Condit Block, 17 S Meridian. 
Condit Harry H, dry goods 83 N Penn, bds 

702 N Meridian. 
Condit James M (Howland, Condit & Co)^ 

res 702 N Meridian. 
Condit John D, 13 and 14 Condit block, 

res 702 N Meridian. 
Condo Agnes E, fitter Indpls Shoe factory, 

bds 27 Dillon. 
Condo Charles B, checkman C St L & P R 

R, res 27 Dillon. 
Condo Elizabeth A (wid George W), res 2T 

Dillon. 
Condo John, blksmith, res 164 Randolph. 
Condo Joseph E, blksmith Bernd Bros & 

Co, res 348 S New Jersey. 
Condon Anna (wid Thomas), res 491 S 

Tennessee. 
Condon James, mach hand Indpls wheel 

works, bds 448 N California. 
Condon James, upholsterer, bds 491 S Ten- 
nessee. 
Condon John,molder Indpls Mall Iron Co, 

bds Michael Condon, Haughville. 
Condon Maggie, laundress Domestic Laun- 
dress, bds e s McGinnis 2 s of McCord. 
Condon Michael, foreman Indpls Mall Iron 

Co, res Haughville. 
Condon Morris, lab I B & W Ey, bds lOOO 

W Washington (W I). 
Condon Wm lab car works, res 77 Thomas. 
Condrey Edgar,^lab, street railroad, bds 483. 

N California. 
Condrey Edward M, lab street railroad, bds 

401 Blake. 
Condrey James B, driver street railroad, 

res 364 Douglass. 
Condrey Lizzie H, bds 483 N California. 
Condrey Samuel H, asst foreman street rail- 
road, res 483 N California. 
Conduitt, see also Condit. 
Conduitt Alexander B (Conduitt «& Sons), 

res 186 N Delaware. 
Conduitt Allen W (Conduitt & Sons), res 

191 N New Jersey. 
Conduitt & Sons (Alexander B, 

Allen W Conduitt, John V Parker), 

Wholesale Grocers, 136 S Meridian. 
Cone Frederick P, elk, bds 207 W Mary- 
land. 
Cone Mrs Ora, seamstress, bds 39 Drake. 
Cones Charles B (C B Cones, Son& Co), res 

488 N Tennessee. 
Cones Constantine B, elk C B Cones, Son & 

Co, res Irvington, Ind. 
Cones C B Son & Co (Charles B and Mary 

L Cones), overall mnfrs 112 S Meridian, 
Cones Joseph T (Messick, Cones & Co), bds 

Grand Hotel. 
Cones Joseph W, trav agt C B Cones, Son 

& Co, res 517 S Meridian. 



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•Cones Mary L (C B Cones, Son & Co), res 

Irvingtou,Ind. 
Confare Ephraim, cabinetmkr Indpis Cab- 
inet Co, res 139 W New York. 
Conger Maggie E, waitress L Ilanshaw, 

rms 37.1 Kentiiokv ave. 
•Conger Major H, fireman C I St L& C Ry, 

res loti Hosbrook. 
•Conger Oliver, elk M M Williams, bds 156 

Hosbrook. 
Conger Rev Omer T, res 215 Peru. 
'Coniff, see Conniff. 
Conkle Anson B, trav agt H F Solliday, 

bds 536 Broadway. 
Conklin Albert, broommkr, bds 312 S 

Illinois. 
Conklin Ann M ( wid Henry M), res 47 Elm. 
Conklin Charles, engineer 'C I St L& CRy, 

res 46 Hovt ave. 
Conklin David, lab, bds 312 S Illinois. 
Conklin David M, distributing elk P O, bds 

47 Elm. 
Conklin Elijah, bds National Hotel. 
Conklin Eugene, elk, bds 273 W Market. 
Conklin'Harrv, lab Atkins saw works, bds 

312 S Illino'is. 
Conklin Israel W, lab, res 119 \V Mary- 
land. 
Conklin John, carp, bds 90 Deloss. 
Conklin Joseph R, miller, res 494 W New 

York. 
Conklin Josephine (wid Joseph), res 312 S 

Illinois. 
Conklin Mary, bds 442 W Michigan. 
Conklin Moses, blksmilh C St L & P R R, 

res 71 Highland ave. 
Conklin Roscoe J, packer I N Heims, bds 

273 W Market. 
Conklin Seth, switchman, res 307 S West. 
Conklin Warren A, foreman I B & W Ry, 

bds 28 Everett (W I). 
Conklin Wm H, met police, res 128 Eliza- 
beth. 
Conkling Dora B, opr W U Tel Co, bds 271 

Fletcher ave. 
Conkling Emma, tel opr C C C & I Ry,bds 

271 Fletcher ave. 
Conkling Margaret (wid Merrie M), res 

271 Fletcher ave. 
Conlen Edward F, mach hand Inpls Cab- 
inet Co, res 39 Malott ave. 
Conlen Michael, trav agt, res 211 W 1st. 
Conlen Patrick, pawnbroker 66 N Illinois, 

res s w cor Excelsior and Progress aves. 
Conley, see also Connelly and Connolly. 
Conley Frederick, mach Hadley, Wright & 

Co, res 214 Columbia ave. 
*Conley George, lab, res 121 Spruce. 
Conley George, boilermkr Atlas works, res 

214 Columbia ave. 
Conley James H, conductor I B & W Ry, 

res 293 Blake. 
Conley Jesse A, fireman C I St L & C Ry, 

bds 66 English ave. 



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91 North Pennsylvania St. Denison Hotel Block. 

Conley John, conductor I D & S Ry, res 28 
Harrison. 

Conley John, conductor C I St L & C Ry, 
rms 71 English ave. 

Conley Mahlon S, mach Jenney Electric 
Co, res 42 Linden. 

*Conley Stanley, lab, res s e cor Tecumseh 
and Orange aves. 

Conley Wm M, baggagemaster I D <S: S Ry, 
bds 28 Harrison. 

Conlin Charles, lab, bds 239 E Louisiana. 

Conlin John, lab, res 239 E Louisiana. 

Conlin John jr, brick mason, bds 239 E 
Louisiana. 

Conlon Bridget, dry goods 385 Indiana 
ave, res same. 

«Conn H Clay, lab, rms 297 W St Clair. 

*Conn John C, lab, res rear 325 N Illinois. 

Connaughton John P, boilermkr C St L ct 
P R R, res 74 Summit. 

Connaughton Thomas, conductor C St L it 
P R R, res 128 Virginia ave. 

Connaughton Wm, molder Indpis Mall 
Iron Co, bds 660 W Washington (W I). 

Connell, see also O'Connell. 

Connell Daniel, engineer C St L & P R R, 
res 721 E Market. 

Connell Edward, steamfitter, res 15 N Cal- 
ifornia. 

Connell John, boiler washer C I St L & C 
Rv, res 538 E Georgia. 

Connell John, lab J E Sullivan, res 316 S 
West. 

Connell Maggie, domestic 400 N Meridian. 

Connell Thomas, broommkr Perry »fc Prince, 
bds 150 Ft Wayne ave. 

Connelly, see aiso Conley and Connolly. 

Connelly Andrew J, engineer I B & W Ry, 
res 75 N Pine. 

Connelly Cornelius J, finisher Indpis Cabi- 
net Co, bds 8 Hoyt ave. 

Connelly Edward G, locksmith 158 Vir- 
ginia ave, rms same. 

Connelly George, lab, res 131 Columbia ave. 

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Cor. T^'^asliing-ton St. an«* Tirginia AyCo 

Connelly John, lab Kingan & Co, bds 242 

W Maryland. 
Connelly John W, conductor C St L & P 

R R, res 45 Walcott. 
Connelly Maggie domestic 455 N Meridian. 
Connelly Ora M (wid Arthur C), trimmer 

L S Ayres & Co, bds 390 Virginia ave. 
Connelly Patrick, rt's 242 W Maryland. 
Connelly Patrick T, horseshoer Gough & 

Egan, res 374 S Missouri. 
Connelly Peter, agt Thomas Rynn, res 49 S 

West. 
Connelly Samuel N, waiter Mrs S E Shap- 

ley, bds same. 
Connelly Sarah, domestic 656 N Delaware. 
Connelly Thomas, lab Kingan & Co, res 

238 W Market. 
Connelly Thomas, lab Kingan & Co, bds 

242 W Maryland. 
Connelly Thomas, stoker gas works, res 

374 S Missouri. 
Conner, see also Connor and 0' Conner. 
Conner Abbe, chambermnid Grand Hotel. 
Conner Alfred, agt, res 348 Prospect. 
Conner Mrs Amanda, bdls 222 N New 

Jersey. 
Conner Archibald, carp, res Francis (N I). 
Conner Barnett M, lab Kingan & Co, bds 

434 Blake. 
Conner Benjamin F, deputy township as- 
sessor, bds 425 N Penn. 
Conner Charles W, jeweler W TMarcy, res 

122 Christian ave. 
Conner Clara M. seamstress Jennie Cotton, 

bds 297 E Court. 
Conner Eliza L (wid Robert), bakery se 

cor Noble and Fletcher ave, res same. 
Conner Elizabeth (wid Wm), res 425 N 

Penn. 
Conner Flavins, broommkr Perry & 

Prince, bds 288 Fletcher ave. 
Conner Frank, elk L G Deschler, bds 138 

E Pratt. 
Conner George F, brakeman I & V E R, 

res 35 English ave. 

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Conner Hannah (wid Mark), res 434 Blake, 
Conner James, lab, res 13 Spann ave. 
Conner James, hostler C Girton, bds 45 

Fayette. 
Conner Jeremiah, lab Kingan & Co, res 45> 

Minerva. 
Conner Jerome E, foreman I B & W Ry^ 

res 26 Blackford. 
Conner Joey, spooler Indiana Warp Mill, 

bds 434 Blake. 
Conner John B, pres Indiana Farmer Co, 

res 360 Park ave. 
Conner Joseph W, printer, bds 3@0 Park 

ave. 
Conner Kate, chambermaid Grand Hotel. 
Conner Lee, lab car works, res 348 Prospect. 
Conner Maggie, laundress Grand Hotel. 
Conner Mary, domestic 214 N Illinois. 
Conner Mary, spinner Indiana Warp mill, 

bds 434 Blake. 
Conner MoUie, domestic 518 N Delaware. 
Conner Richard J, res 138 E Pratt. 
Conner S W, trav agt D P Erwin & Co, res 

Lafayette, Ind. 
Conner Timothy, car driver, bds 434 Blake. 
Conner Wm, lab L N A & C R R, res 297 

E Court. 
Conner Wm A, trav agt, res 574 E St Clair. 
Conner Wm H, physician 574 E St Clair, 

res same. 
Conner Wm M, elk Taibott & Thomas, res 

122 Christian ave. 
Conners Bridget, res 440 S W^est. 
Conners James, lab, bds 281 S Tennessee. 
Conners Maggie, elk D Taggart, bds same, 
Conners Mary, laundress Insane Hospital. 
Conners Mary domestic 598 N Illinois. 
Conners Mary, domestic 206 Dougherty. 
Conners Michael, lab, bds 281 S Tennessee. 
Conners Patrick, lab, res 34 Chadwick. 
Connerton,see Connaughton. 
Connett John B, elk, res 275 Blake. 
Connett Millard F, supt Van Camp Pack- 
ing Co, res 252 Bright. 
Connett Thomas J, farmer, res Irvington. 
Connair James G, bartender H A Moran, 

res 348 W 2d. 
Connick Walter E, sawyer Comstock & 

Coonse, bds 285 S Penn. 
Connifif James, transfer mail Union Depot, 

bds 494 S Illinois. 
ConnifF James F, wheelmkr Indpls wheel 

works, res 281 S Tennessee. 
ConnifTOwen, res 494 S Illinois. 
Connolly, .see also Conley and Connelly. 
Connolly Joseph W, bkkpr T Madden, res 

441 E McCarty. 
Connolly Marv, laundress Excelsior Steam 

Laundry, bds 228 W Maryland. 
Connor, see aUo Conner and O'Conner. 
Connor Catherine (wid John), res 14 Wil- 

lard. 
Connor Charles H, molder Indpls Mall 

Iron Co, res 347 W Michigan. 



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Connor Charles O, brakeman C I St L & C 
Ry, res 1 Spann ave. 

Connor Daniel J, mer police, res 150 
Fletcher ave. 

Connor Frank, horseshoer Lancaster & 
Connor, bils 211 W Market. 

Connor James, horseshoer Lancaster & 
Connor, bds 211 W Market. 

Connor James M, elk, bds 14 AVillard. 

Connor John, horseshoer Lancaster & Con- 
nor, bds 211 W Market. 

Connor John, lab, res 362 S West. 

Connor John, lab, res 346 S West. 

Connor John F, niolder Indpls Stove Co, 
bds 14 Willard. 

Connor Kate, ironer New York steam laun- 
dry, bds 447 S Tennessee. 

Connor Maggie, laundress Grand Hotel. 

Connor Maggie, help F R Jennings, bds 
211 W Market. 

Connor Marv, help F R Jennings, bds 211 
W Market. 

Connor Marv, saleswoman J C Bell, bds 
102 N Noble. 

Connor Michael (Lancaster & Connor), res 
211 W Market. 

Connor Michael, lab CC C & I Ry, res 342 
S West. 

Connor Michael, lab car works, bds River 
ave (W I). 

Connor Mollie C, help F R Jennings, bds 
14 Willard. 

Connor Oliver I, trav agt Jones, McKee & 
Co, bds 425 N Penn. 

Connor Otto, elk, bds 1 Spann ave. 

Connor Patrick, lab Kingan & Co, res 42 
Grant. 

Connor Patrick, lab Kingan & Co, res 95 S 
West. 

Connor Thomas, lab Kingan Co, res 191 
Douglass. 

Connor Rev Thamas J, pastor New Bethel 
Baptist Church, res 740 N Alabama. 

Connor Thomas L, packer G R Wysong & 
Co, bds 1 Spann ave. 

Connor Wm S, foreman Parrott & Tag- 
gart, res 30 N New Jersey. 

Connors John, marble cutter August 
Diener, res 255 S Mississippi. 

Connors John, printer, res 243 Buchanan. 

Connors Mary, laundress, res 447 S Tennes- 
see. 

Connors Maurice S, master of transporta- 
tion C H & I R R, res 83 S East. 

Connors Thomas, car driver, bds 1 W No- 
ble. 

Conoughton, see also Connaiighton. 

Connoughton John lab, bds 28 Grant. 

Conover Robert W. fireman T B & W Ry, 
bds 736 W Washington (W I). 

Conover Wm, fireman I B & W Ry, bds 
736 W Washington (W I). 

Conover Wm A, coal 176 W Maryland, res 
139 Hadleyave (W I). 



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Conover Wm E F, dyer J C Brill, bds 42^ 

Mass ave. 
Conover Wm W, carp, res 342 W 1st. 
Conrad C, carp Udell works, res (N I) 
Conrad Henry, lab Woodburn Sarvcn 

Wheel Co, res 114 Dunlop. 
Conrad Lydia, domestic 103 Cherry. 
Conrad Owen, elk Charles Mayer & Co, 

res 173 W New York. 
Conrath Adolph, elk Joseph Conrath, bds 

same. 
Conrath Joseph, confectioner 544 Virginia 

ave, res same 
Conrath Margaret (wid Joseph), bds 544 

Virginia ave. 
Conrov Barney, driver Kingan & Co, res 

28 N California. 
Conroy John, shoemkr Barnett & Elliot 

Shoe Co, res Brightwood. 
Conroy Mrs Margaret, tailoress John Mes- 

call, res 128 S East. 
Conroy Martin, lab Kingan & Co, bds 294 

W Maryland. 
Consedine Ella, domestic A W Stringer, 

bds 88 McGinnis. 
Consedine Michael, lab Kingan & Co, res 

88 McGinnis. 
Consolidated Tank Line Co 

The, Edwin L Williams Mngr, n w 

cor Pine and Lord ; Telephone 579. [See 

right bottom lines.) 
Constance Frank E, cigarmkr. T J Hamil- 
ton, bds 755 E Washington. 
Constantine John L, messenger, res 394 N 

West. 
Constantine Richard, shoemkr H Triempe, 

res 424 W Pratt. 
Continental Fast Freight Line, 1 E Wash- 
ington. 
Contz Frederick, watchman, res 24 Yeiser. 
Convent of the Sisters of St Joseph, cor 

Palmer and Meridian. 
Conver C Arthur, lab Otto Stechhan, bds 11 

Bacon block. 

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*5i-^§Conver Camilla, tailoress, bds 11 Bacon 
« g^ block. 

'p^ ""o Conver Emma, dressmkr, bds 11 Bacon 
& S block. 

" Conver Henry A, brakeman L N A & C E 
K, res 99 N Noble. 
Conver Sarah E (wid John), res 11 Bacon 

block. 
Converse Joel, carp, res 123 Hosbrook. 
Conway Andrew J, attendant Insane Hos- 
pital. 
( . Conway Mrs Anna E, bds 134 W Ohio. 
pS» Conway Charles W, mail agt L N A & C 
Js^^ R R, bds 142 S East. 
i^^ Conway Edward, lab stock yards, res s w 
,^^^ cor Morris and Reisner (W I). 
i^^ Conway Edward J, city weighmaster, res 
r 273 S Peun. 

Conway John, lab Indpls Coffin Co, bds 258 
►^ W Pearl. 

J^ Conway Kate, bds 332 S Delaware. 
^^ Conway Margaret (wid Michael), res 332 
f^ ^ S Delaware. 

pV Conway Mary M, elk Excelsor Laundrv, 
w bds 188 Bright. 

(•^^ Conway Peter F, mach hand Indpls Coffin 
-T^ Co, res 19 Brett. 
I -|- Conway Virginia, res 134 W Ohio. 
LXJ Conway Wm, elk, res 188 Bright. 
' ' Conwell Cornelius, trav agt Singer Mnfg 
Co, res 570 N Mississippi. 
,Q Conwell Joseph, molder Hetherington & 
p^^ Berner, bds 140 N Alabama. 
)^ Conwell Judith (wid Levi), bds 170 Fletcher 
'^'^^ ave. 

Conwell Mary, chambermaid Grand Hotel, 
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Conyers James F, lab, res Shoemaker (N I). 
Conyers John, messenger, res 398 N East. 
Conyers Walter P, elk, res,398 N East. 
Conzelman Frederick, grinder Indpls Mall 

Iron Co, res 2 Wallace (W I). 
Cook Abraham B, carp, res 176 Elm. 

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Cook Abraham L, trav agt, res 298 Peru. 
Cook Albert, lab Indpls Chair Co. 
Cook Albert, lab Nordyke & Marmon Co, 
res e s Belmont ave 3 n of Howard ( W I). 
Cook Alexander L, trav agt C H Cannon, 

res 298 Peru. 
Cook Alfred E, elk C St L & P E E, res 35 
Fletcher ave. 

Cook Andrew L, fireman I & St L Ey, res 
321 E Wabash. 

Cook Anna, notions 9 Madison ave, res same. 

Cook Anna (wid John), res 38 Park ave. 

Cook Anna E (wid Wm), washer, res 46 
Athon. 

Cook Anthony F, grocer 580 Virginia ave, 
res 588 same. 

Cook Automatic Oate Co, 
Thomas E Cook Pres, Mnfrs of Cook's 
Patent Automatic Gate 40 E Georgia. 

Cook Benjamin C, printer C Schimmel,bds 
450 N Alabama. 

Cook Caleb, janitor Zilar block, res same. 

Cook Calvin C, student, bds 897 N Dela- 
ware. 

Cook Charles, printer, bds 119 Elm. 

Cook Charles A, turner, res 76 E Morris. 

Cook Charles E, brickmason, res 162 Pat- 
terson. 

Cook Charles E, attendant Insane Hospital. 

Cook Charles F W,truckman C St L & P E 
E, res 119 Elm. 

Cook Charles G, lab, res 173 W Vermont. 

Cook Christian, mer police, res 22 Bicking. 

Cook Christian F W, bkkpr McCune, 
Schmidlap & Co, res 417 S New Jersey. 

Cook David, steam fitter, bds 291 E New 
York. 

Cook David P, grocer 60 W Maryland, res 
41^ Kentucky ave. 

Cook Delia (wid Thomas N), res 326 N 
Mississippi. 

Cook Edward M, elk J W Cook, bds 419 
Indiana ave. 

Cook Edward N, meats East Market, res 
456 E Washington. 

Cook _ Elbridge C. trav agt, res 483 Vir- 
ginia ave. 

Cook Mrs Elizabeth, bds 14 Maria. 

■•■■'Cook Ellen, res w s Alvord 1 n of 9th. 

Cook Emanuel, pipe coverer, bds 291 E 
New York. 

Cook Emma, wks George Merritt&Co, bds 
35 Morrison. 

Cook Emma L, elk L S Ayres & Co, res 35 
Fletcher ave. 

Cook Frank, bds s e cor Morris and Eeisner 
(WI). 

Cook Frederick, drayman, res 64 Walcott. 

Cook Frederick, porter U S Ex Co, res 249 
S Alabama. 

Cook Frederick, lab, bds 35 Morrison. 

Cook Frederick J, mach Nordyke & Mar- 
mon, res e s Nordyke ave 12 s Morris 
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Cook Frederick W, grocer 591 Madison 

ave, res same. 
Cook Frederick W jr, elk Frederick W 

Cook, bds same. 
Cjok George (Foltz & Cook), rms 30 S 

Penn. 
Cook George B, tray agt, res 270 N Noble. 
Cook George J, physician 18 W Ohio, res 

same. 
Cook George T, printer Mercantile Print- 
ing Co, res 456 E Washington. 
Cook Glenn A, barber ±v L Sullivan, rms 

33 Empire block. 
Cook Henry, chairmkr, res n e cor Minne- 
sota and East. 
Cook Henry, brick mason, res 35 Morrison. 
Cook Henry, lab, res rear 330 E Vermont. 
Cook Henry F, blacking mnfr 23 Indiana 

ave, res same. 
Cook Henry G, fireman engine co No 5, 

res 18-1 Dorman. 
Cook Henry W, car oiler C St L & P R E, 

res 33 William. 
Cook Hugo, mach, res 521 S Illinois. 
Cook Jay D, brakeman C I St L & C Ry, 

bds 176 Elm. 
Cook Jesse G, millwright H Bates jr, bds 

California House. 
Cook Jessie, bds 440 Park ave. 
Cook .John, rms 169 Madison ave. 
Cook .John, mach, res rear 299 N Pine. 
Cook .John, grocer s e cor Morris and Reis- 

ner I W I), res same. 
Cook James E, wagonmkr, res 248 S Dela- 
ware. 
Cook .John M, carp Nordyke & Marmon 

Co, res 40 Paca. 
Cook John V, trav agt Schwabacher & 

Selig, res Knightstown, Ind. 
Cook John W, grocer 419 Indiana ave, res 

same. 
Cook .Joseph, patternmkr Dean Bros Steam 

Pump works, res 9 Madison ave. 
Cook .Joseph, foreman Foltz & Cook, res 

239 S Delaware. 
Cook Joseph, mach, res Brightwood. 
Cook Julia, domestic 729 N Meridian. 
Cook Kate, domestic 540 N Delaware. 
Cook Katie (wid Henry), res 268 S East. 
Cook Levi, second hand clothing 151 Mass 

ave, res 291 E New York. 
Cook Martha E, bds 176 Elm. 
Cook Matthew J, lab C C C & I Ry, bds 

Joseph Cook, Brightwood. 
Cook Mary, bds 22 Bicking. 
Cook Mary A (wid John), bds 38 Park ave. 
Cook Milton H, train dispatcher C I St L 

& C Ry, rms 18 E Michigan. 
Cook Minnie, seamstress, bds 22 Bicking. 
*Cook Missouri H, bds 161 Elizabeth. 
Cook Mollie L, sorter New York Steam 

Laundrv, res 22 Bicking. 
Cook NelHe E, elk L S Ayres & Co, res 456 

E Washington. 



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Cook Nettie, bds 311 S Penn. 

Cook Noah (Capital Investment Co), rms 

13 Halcyon block. 
Cook Norton W, lab, bds 419 Indiana ave. 
Cook Rebecca, coflee packer SchnuU & 

Krag, bds 22 Bicking. h^H 

*Cook Rebecca E (wid S Clayburn), res 161 L -*■ J 

Elizabeth. 1 ( 

Cook Robert F, cutter P H Krauss, res 5251- 

E Ohio. [— H 

Cook Rosa P (wid George H), bds 203 »- 

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Cook Sophia (wid Henry), res 52 Fletcher ^^ 

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-«-Cook Theodore B, lab, bds 296 E Michigan. ' " 

Cook Thomas J, trav agt D Stewart, res ffk 

682 N Illinois. ^.^ JJJ 

Cook Thomas R, pres Cook Automatic O {^ 

Gate Co, rms 44 Cleaveland block. cD . 

Cook Thomas V, sign painter 1 11^ N Me- ^ > 

ridian, res 324 Reid. ^ O 

Cook Ulysses G, lab, bds 176 Elm. p ^ 

'•■■'Cook Washington, teamster Frank Bird, CD ^ 

res rear of stable. CO O 

Cook Wm, mach C C C & I Ry, res Gale CO fi 

(Brightwood). P ^ 

Cook Wm, mach C C C & I Ry, bds Joseph jy^ 

Cook (Brightwood I. crh 

■'Cook Wm A, porter, bds 161 Elizabeth, v^-^-^ 
Cook Wm G, ice dealer 30 Brett, res same. ^^ 
Cook W G, city salesman Atkins Soap Co, ^^ 

res 450 N Alabama. ■■ " 

Cook Wm H, res 449 S New Jersey. Q 

Cook Wm H, salesman Fahnley & McCrea, 

res 705 N Alabama. Qj 

Cook Wm T, lab Wm F Piel & Co, res 68 . 

Wisconsin. ,J^~^ 
Cookson Thomas T, engineer, res 41 May- 

hew. r^^ 

Cookus Elmer J, painter I D & S Ry, bds L bJ 

24 W North. Q 

Cookus .John T, cigars, res 24 W North. ^ 

Cookus Lutie, elk L S Ayres & Co, bds 24 K"-" 

W North. ri 

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To Real Estate in Marion County, Ind. 
12 and 15 Thorpe Block. 

Cooley George B, solicitor The Bradstreet 

Co, rms 141 W New York. 
Cooley Samuel M, musician, rooms 141 W 

New York. 
Coolman Benjamin F, engineer Excelsior 

Steam Laundry, res 142 Blake. 
Coomady Lizzie, domestic Deuison House. 
Coombs, see also Combs. 
Coombs Andrew J, cooper A Minter, bds 

213 W Maryland. 
Coombs Frank, cooper A Minter, bds 213 

W Maryland. 
Coombs Henry, car driver, bds Jefferson 

House. 
Coombs Sallie, res 327 W Washington. 
Coon, see also Kuhn. 
Coon John W, deputy auditor of state 

State House, res 537 N Illinois. 
Coon Wm P, brakeman T H & I K R, res 

205 N Pine. 
Cooney Bridget, elk L S Ayres & Co, res 

123 N East. 
Cooney George T, trav agt W J Holliday 

& Co, res 15 Vine. 
Cooney Lottie A, cook F Christman, res 327 

Buchanan. 
Cooney Michael, lab, res 124 Kennington. 
Cooney Patrick, brakeman C I St L & C 

Ey, res 69 Spann ave. 
Cooney Patrick C, boilermkr I D & S Ry, 

res e s Elder ave 1 s of I D & S Ry (W I). 
Cooney Thomas E, elk L S Ayres & Co, res 

123 N East. 
Coonfield Thomas, hostler street railroad, 

res 57 Maple. 
Coons Henry, elk county auditor's office, 

res 258 N Davidson. 
Coons Rodman, painter, res 382 S West. 
Coons Mrs Rosabelle, bds 196 W Ohio- 
Coons Taylor, res 196 W Ohio. 
Coonse George W (Comstock & Coonse) res 

266 Lincoln ave. 
Cooper Annie M, elk W U Tel Co, res 260 

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Cooper Annie M, stenographer, bds 260 W 
St Clair. 

*Cooper Armsted, lab, res es Caroline ave 
1 n of Blackmore. 

Cooper Artie W (wid Job), dressmkr Quail 
& Gilbert, res 26^ Mass ave. 

*Cooper Benjamin, servant 379 N Penn. 

Cooper Charles A, physician 290 Lexing- 
ton ave, res same. 

Cooper Charles M, lawyer 2^ W Washing- 
ton, bds 400 N Meridian. 

Cooper Cora E, elk R Stern, bds 243 N 
Penn. 

Cooper David M, elk J M Cooper, bds 
same. 

*Cooper Edward, driver, res 27 Mayhew. 

Cooper El ward C, bds 290 Lexington ave. 

*Cooper Edward E (Christy & Cooper), res 
277 Bright. 

*Cooper Edward L, lab Indpls Mall Iron 
Co, bds 330 Elizabeth. 

Cooper Elijuh, lab car works, res w s Judge 
Harding 10 n of Miller (W I). 

Cooper Ellen (wid Alviu), res 77 N Lib- 
erty. 

Cooper Ellsworth, lab Nordyke & Marmon 
Co, res w s Williams 3 s of Lambert 
(WI). 

Cooper Frederick C, wrapper Model Cloth- 
ing Co, res 212 EOhio. 

Cooper George, lab, rms 75 Kentucky ave. 

Cooper George B, finisher wheel works, rms 
68 Cleaveland block. 

Cooper Hamilton, tailor 13 Indiana ave, 
res 260 W St CI .ir. 

Cooper James M, Restaurant 46 N 
Peun, res same. 

Cooper Jt remiah, lab. res 176 Yandes, 

Cooper John, lab, res 175 W McCarty. 

■•■■Coojjer John, hostler 428 N Tennessee. 

Cooper John J, pres U S Encaustic Tile 
works, res 400 N Meridian. 

Cooper John O, genl mngr Industrial Life 
Association of Indpls, res 112 Plum. 

Cooper John W, street contractor, res 75 
Highland ave. 

Cooper Joseph A, elk D J Sullivan, res 212 
E Ohio. 

Cooper Joseph J, fireman Bates House. 

Cooper Lew W, elk Hendricks & Cooper, 
res 183 St Mary. 

Cooper Margaret, tel opr, bds 260 W St 
Clair. 

Cooper Martha .T (wid Cornelius H), res 1 
Leland. 

*Cooper Mary, bds 176 Yandes. 

*Cooper Mary, domestic 76 \V 9th. 

Cooper Mary J (wid Jacob L), res 795 N 
Meridian. 

Cooper Mary T, teacher, bds 795 N Merid- 
ian. 

Cooper Robert R, elk H P Wasson & Co, 
bds 114 N Tennessee. 

Cooper Selina, bds 639 N Illinois. 



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Cooper Wm D (Hendricks & Cooper), res 

18 Central ave. 
Cooper Wm H (Minor & Cooper), res 180 

W Ohio. 
Coots Charles E, fireman No 6 engine co, 

res 252 N Mississippi. 
Cope Jesse E (Gladden, Cope & Hunt), res 

Brownsburg, Ind. 
Cope Julia A (wid Wm), res 243 N New 

Jersey. 
Copeland Charles F, elk, bds 120 Cherry. 
Copeland Charles O, elk J I Ferguson, bds 

372 N Meridian. 
Copeland Daniel, lab, res Francis (N I). 
Copeland Edgar A, elk Model Clothing 

Co, res 98 Bellefontaine. 
"-■■Copeland George H B C, barber Bates 

House, bds 323 W North. 
Copeland George W, bricklayer, res 430 S 

Meridian. 
Copeland James M, mach C C C & I Ky, 

res 271 E Market. 
Copeland Jennie, domestic 341 S Meridian. 
Copeland John O, trav agt, res 110 Plum. 
Copeland Joshua W, furnace contractor, 

res 372 N Meridian. 
Copelin Samuel, blksmitli car works, res 

18 Carlos. 
Coplin John, lab Independent Hair Co, 

bds 518 W Maryland. 
Coplin Wm G, lab CoiBn, Greenstreet & 

Fletcher, bds 518 W Maryland. 
Coplin Wm J, blksmith car works, res 499 

S Tennessee. 
Copp Francis W (Kern & Copp), res 486 

Virginia ave. 
*Copp;tge Lewis, coachman 956 N Illinois. 
Coppage Thomas, porter A W Stringer, "bds 

83 W Washington. 
Coppage Thomas jr, apprentice C L Mar- 

schall, bds 83 W Washington. 
Copsey John E, bartender, res 512 S Me- 
ridian. 
Corbaley George M, plater Standard Elec- 
tro Plate works, bds 418 W New York. 
Corbalev Luella, student, bds 418 W New 

York.' 
Corbaley Samuel B, deputy sheriff, res 418 

W New York. 
Corbaley Wm H,- Lawyer and 

Claim Agent 42 Vance Block, bds Pyle 

House. 
Corbett Catharine, dressmkr, res 329 Co- 
burn. 
Corbett Catharine, laundress Insane Hos- 
pital. 
Corbin Austin, pres I B & W Ey, res New 

York City. 
Corcan John, pressman The Morning Star 

Publishing Co, res 343 Olive. 
Corcoran, see also Cochran. 
Corcoran Alice (wid John), bds 25 Sinker. 
CorcorHn Christopher C, mnfr lard oil rear 

191 W Maryland, res 224 Chesapeake. 



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Corcoran Nellie, domestic 172 College ave. 
Corcoran Thomas, engineer, bds 145 S New 



Cordan Hattie, domestic 147 N Penn. 
Cordan Louis, cook, res 163 E Washington. 
*Cordan Nelson, lab Indpls Mall Iron Co, 

res 381 W North. 
Cordan Wm, teamster Frank Bird, bds 469 

N New Jersey. 
Cordell John E, finisher Woodburn Sar- 

ven Wheel Co, res 122 E McCarty. 
Cordees Cord, res 20 Hendricks. 
Cordes Frederick, lab, res 123 Kennington. 
Core James F, cooper Wood & Smith, res 

436 Blake. 
Corey, see also Cory. 
Corey Leander H, mach Atlas works, res w 

s Alvord 1 s of Belt E E. 
Corey Maggie J, bds 109 Malott ave. 
Corey Orrin J, janitor public school No 1, 

res same. 
Corey Scott W^ lab C St L & P Ey, res 109 

Malott ave. 
Corhan George N, cooper Wood & Smith, 

res 7 Chesapeake. 
Corham Wm C, lab F M Archdeacon, res 

6 Blackford. 
Cor id an, see Corridan. 
Corinthian Baptist Church, s w cor North 

and Eailroad. 
Corliss Michael, cardriver, bds 434 Blake. 
Corliss Sallie E (wid Corydon T), res 80 

E New York. 
Corn Miller The, see Millstone. 
Cornell Edward, Florist 452 N 

Illinois, res same. 
Cornelius Albert B, bkkpr Thomas C Day 

& Co, res 254 S Alabama. 
Cornelius Archibald C, collector C W 

Meikel, bds 254 S Alabama. 
Cornelius Cassius, plasterer, res 254 S Ala- 
bama. 
Cornelius Edward, bds 254 S Alabama. 
Cornelius Edward G (Byram, Cornelius & 

Co), res 348 N Meridian. 

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Cornelius Henry N, trav agt D H Baldwin 

&Co, bds96 N Alabama. 
Cornelius Wilbur F, supt Indpls Mnfg Co, 

bds 277 Virginia ave. 
Corner Valentine, dairy, res w s Meridian 

5 s of Raymond. 
Cornet Peter P, Manager Madison 
Brewing Co, Brewers and Bottlers Lager 
Beer, XXX Ale and Porter 80 S Dela- 
ware, res same. 
Corneveaux Annette, student, bds 375 N 

Tennessee. 
Corney Annie, cook 250 N Meridian. 
Corning Catherine, domestic Sherman 

House. 
Corn well George W, engineer Indpls Terra 
Cotta Co, res Brightwood. 
^J5iH^ Corn well Louis J, fireman C C C & I Ry, 
^^ anm^ res 15G Brookside ave. 
JJJ^S Correthers Wm G, stereotyper Hasselman- 
^^^^ Journal Co, res 53 Stevens. 

-Corridan Catharine (wid Philip), bds 120 
"^ S Noble. 

Si3 Corridan Charles, butcher Kingan & Co, 
^^ bds 350 S West. 

^^ Corridan Kate (wid John), res 354 S 
^^y West. 

I Corridan Philip, lab Kingan & Co, bds 350 

S West. 
'Corridan Thomas, checker Vaudalia 
I freight depot, res 28 Roe. 
I Corridan Thomas, elk, bds 350 S West. 
'Corridan Wm, lab, bds 350 S West. 
iCorrigan Clara, domestic 262 N Meridian. 
[ Corrigan John, met police, bds 49 Dorman. 
[ Corrigan John, lab, res 282 E Washington. 
Corrigan Mary, bds 49 Dorman. 
I Corson Mrs Angeline, helper F Ayers, rms 
J 18 Sterling block. 

I Corum Laura, domestic 326 N New Jersey. 
I Corwin Mary, teacher Deaf and Dumb In- 
stitute. 
Corwin Sadie J, teacher Deaf and Dumb 
Institute, bds 42 S Arsenal ave. 

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Corwin Wm R, cabinetmkr Spiegel, Thoms 

& Co, res 42 S Arsenal ave. 
Cory, see also Corey. 
Cory Henrie S, bill elk G W Stout, bds 262 

N Meridian. 
Cory Robert F, postal elk, res 180 E Morris. 
Corya Lewis W, car driver, res 25 Willard. 
Corydon Nora, waitress Roosevelt House. 
Coryell Frank, tinner Donnan & Off, res 

346 S Alabama. 
Cosand Charles, lab, res 32 Lincoln Lane. 
*Cosby J Havey, driver John W Lowes, 

res 130 E St Joseph. 
Cosby Richard M, shoes 64 N Penn.res 124 

Fletcher ave. 
Cosen Herman, carp, bds 28 Laurel. 
Cosgrove Rose, domestic 467 N Penn. 
Cosgrove Patrick, blksmith Nordyke & 

Marmon Co, res 29 Henry. 
Cosgrove Peter, lab, bds 29 Henry. 
Cosgrove John, lab State House, res Haugh- 

ville 
Cosgrove Martin, lab Ewart Mnfg Co, bds 

J Cosgrove, Haughvllle. 
Cosgrove Rose (wid Donald), res"29 Henry. 
Coshke Julius, lab Richardson & Evans, 

res Woodruff place. 
Cosins, see Cousins. 
Cosier Charles E, elk, bds 18 Arch. 
Cosier John M, tailor, res 276 W Michigan. 
Cosier Levi A, harnessmkr 238 Indiana 

ave, res 21 Frank block. 
Cosier Mary E (wid David W), res 18 

Arch. 
Cosier Oliver D, carp, res Francis (N I). 
Cossel David, lab W S Johnson, bds same. 
Cossel Emma, bds 418 W New York. 
Cost Edward F, contracting agt C I St L 

& C Ry, res 28 Central ave. 
Cost George P, collector C C C & I Ry, 

rooms 28 Central ave. 
Costamagna Charles E, painter, rooms 16 

Morgan block. 
Costello James, painter, res 117 Maple. 
Costello Jeremiah, grocer 99 W McCarty, 

res same. 
Costello John, lab, res 121 Maple. 
Costello John J, mach Sinker, Davis & Co, 

res 276 W Maryland. 
Costello Martin, hostler C I St L & C Ry, 

res 30 Stevens. 
Costello Patrick, molder Indpls Foundrv 

Co. 
Costello Patrick J (Costello & Eiorden), 

res 482 E Georgia. 
Costello Robert J, carp, res 129 Buchanan. 
Costello Thomas E, trav agt Fahnley & 

McCrea, res 322 N Mississippi. 
Costello & Eiorden (Patrick J Costello, 

Daniel Riorden), horseshoers 74 E 

Wabash. 
Coster Henry, shoemkr, res Brightwood. 
Coster Robert H, terra cottamkr Indpls 

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Coster Wm, fireman Indpls Veneer works, 
res s w cor Pendleton pike and Rural. 

Costigan Emma B (wid Theodore), bds 155 
N Tennessee. 

Costigan Frank, elk, rms 36 Koss block. 

Cotten, see «iso Cotton. 

Cotten Perry W, salesman Willis C Vajen, 
res 290 E St Clair. 

Cotter Anna (wid Terreuce), res 104 Black- 
ford. 

Cotter Anna 1, bkkpr E Keller & Co, bds 
104 Blackford. 

Cotter Elizabeth, tailoress, bds 220 Dong- 
lass. 

Colter James A, bkkpr F M Archdeacon, 
bds 104 Blackford. 

Cotter James B, tailor, res 220 Douglass. 

Cotter Maggie G, bkkpr Ransom, Randolph 
& Co, bds 104 Blackford. 

Cotter Mary A, bds 104 Blackford. 

Cotter Nellie C, rag sorter Salisbury & 
Vinton Paper Co, bds 104 Blackford. 

Cottingham Cynthia A, dressmkr res 61 
Oak. 

Cottingham Joshua J, civil engineer, res 
61 Oak. 

Cottingham Nellie K, tel opr, bds 61 Oak. 

Cottle Rodman H, brickmason, res 266 In- 
diana ave. 

Cottle Wm B, brickmason, bds 266 Indi- 
ana ave. 

Cottman Margaret K(wid Greorge), res 232 
N East. 

Cotton, see also Coittn 

Cotton Alphonso C, trav agt, res 27 Fletcher 
ave. 

Cotton Charles W, finisher iarveu wheel 
works, res 29S E Market. 

Cotton Jennie, dressmkr 27 Pletcher ave, 
res same. 

Cotton .John, driver street railroad. 

Cotton Lizzie J, teai her public school No 
6, bds 298 E Market. 

Cotton Madison M, carp e s Jefferson ave 6 
s of Clifford ave, res same. 

Cotton Sarah E, stenographer Gordon & 
Gordon, bds 226 E Ohio. 

Cottrell Calawav, waiter Mrs M J Baker, 
res 399 N West. 

Cottrell John, bds 131 N New Jersey- 

Cottrell John, laMnstitution for the Blind. 

Cottrell Kate, domestic 469 N Tennessee 

Cottrell Thomas, res 131 N New Jersev. 

Coughlen Edward M D, bds 400 N Ten- 
nessee. 

Coughlen Harry G (Moore & Coughlen), 
res 368 N Alabama. 

Coughlen Wm, vice-pres Indiana National 
Bank, res 400 N Tennessee. 

Coughlen Wm F (Cathcart, Cleland & 
Co), bds 400 N Tennessee. 

Coughlin Annie, domestic 156 N Liberty. 

Coughlin Edward A, hostler H F Wood, 
res 84 Columbia. 



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Telephone 850. 

Coughlin Eleanor D, bds 85 N New Jersey. 
Coughlin Frank, lab, res 90 Bradshaw. 
Coughlin John, lab Sinker, Davis & Co, 

res 17 Deloss. 
Coughlin Mamie, housekpr Deaf and Dumb 

Institute. 
Coughlin Michael, flagman Union Ry. 
Coughlin Neal, boilermkr C St L & P R R, 
Coulon Charles G, elk, res 543 Madison 

ave. 
Coulon Douglass H, foreman Western 

Sportsman, bds 175 N East. 
Coulon Josephine (wid Charles), res 175 N 

East. 
Coulon Julius, musician, res 24 Mulberry. 
Coulon Louis, barber Stenzel & Smith, bds 

175 N East. 
Coulon Oscar F, printer Sentinel, bds 

175 N East. 
Coulter, .see also Colter. 
Coulter Andrew, lab Nordyke & Marmon 

Co, bds 165 S Alabama. 
Coulter Annie F, elk S F Muhl, bds 120 

Fayette. 
Coulter David A, elk F W Morrison, bds 

120 Fayette. 
Coulter Elizabeth M, wks U S Encaustic 

Tile works, bds 120 Fayette. 
Coulter James, gasfitter, res 120 Fayette. 
Coulter James A, elk Nat Benefit Assn, bds 

120 Fayette. 
Coulter James W, yard engineer C St L iS: 

P R R, res 75 N Arsenal ave. 
Coulter Margaret (wid Archibald), bds 256 

S Delaware. 
Coulter Wm .1, printer Hasselman-Jonrnal 

Co, bds 120 Fayette. 
Counselman Jacob, hostler L Hollzman, 

res 67 W Market. 
Counsilman John H, grocer 598 N West, 

res same. 
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County Clerk's office, 24 Court IIou.se. 
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\J County Surveyor's Office, 29 Court House. 

M County Treasurer's Office, 23 Court House. 
Courneau John L, artist, res 528 N Missis- 
._ sippi. 

' ^Courtney Ann (wid Wm), res 337 Blake. 
^^^ Courtney Anna, teacher public school No 
XZ 4, bds"337 Blake. 

*Jjj~ Courtney Catherine F, teacher public 
CO school No 15, bds 337 Blake. 
I ^^ Courtney Charles A, switchman I & St L 
^— ^ Ry, res 87 Yandes. 
*— ' Courtney Dennis, lab, res 9 Spann ave. . 
^■'''^* Courtney Edward, elk Ewald Over, bds 
-■ 337 Blake. 

<—fc Courtney Ella, bds 337 Blake. 

■Courtney Hannah (wid Charles), res rear 
- 228 N Noble. 
W"* Courtney John, stoker gas works, res 453 

O Lexington ave. 
Courtney John G, brakemau I & St L Ry, 

bds 87 Yandes. 
i Courtney Joseph, plumber, bds over 349 
( N California. 
'Courtney Maria J (wid Samuel H),b^s 87 

Yandes. 
'Courtney Mary E, teacher public school 
^t No 4, res 337 Blake. 
-1^ Courtney Patrick, stoker gas works, res 
y^^ 100 Spann aTe. 

^— Courtney Thomas E, coremkr car works, 
^mm bds 337 Blake. 
^^^ Courtney Timothy, lab, res over 349 N 

w California. 
CJ Courtney Zachary T, salesman rms 106^ 
^J) N Meridian. 
^N»^ •'■Cousins Edward H, expressman, bds 164 
t'^m Elizabeth. 

W-^^Cousins Fatha (wid Wm), res 164 Eliza- 
beth. 
GP •'■ Cousins James D, lab, bds 164 Elizabeth. 
^^*Cousins Mary, domestic 134 N Penn. 

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'Cousins Oliver, lab T F Smither, res 744 

N West. 
•■Cousins Wm, carp, res 148 Columbia. 
Coval Charles H, cooper Wood & Smith, 

bds 88 S West. 
Coval Edward, cooper Wood & Smith. 
Coval George A, cooper Wood & Smith, 

bds 88 S West. 
Coval John R, cooper Wood & Smith, bds 

88 S West. 
Coval Lena (wid Alexander), res 88 S West. 
Coval Louis A, cooper Wood & Smith, bds 

88 S West. 
Coval Nathaniel F, finisher Irvin Robbing 

& Co, res 18 Hoyt ave. 
Coval Wm M, elk Elliott & Butler, res 33 

Hall Place. 
Cover Anna, bds 81 Fletcher ave. 
Cover Katherine (wid Daniel), res 81 

Fletcher ave. 
Coverdale Charles V, mach hand ludpls 

Elbow Co, bds 294* Mass ave. 
Coverdale Melinda (wid John W), res 300 

Mass ave. 
Coverd il le Henry T, teamster, bds 57 Archer. 
Covert Amanda F (wid John B), bds 69 

Vine. 
Covert John, switchman Union R R, bds 

76 N New Jersey. 
Covert Washington, lab, res Udell (N I). 
Covert Wm E, tel opr, bds 271 N Califor- 
nia. 
Covert Wm T, carp, res 271 N California. 
*Covington Ephraim, janitor Vintou block, 

res same. 
•■■Covington Ephraim McRoy, servant 145 

N Penn. 
*Covington Lizzie, domestic 117 Prospect. 
Cowan Rev James P, pastor United Pres- 
byterian Church, res 313 N East. 
Cowan Robert, cook, rms 216 E Market. 
Coward Joseph, driver G R Root & Bro, 

res 222 E Louisiana. 
Cowen George W, candymkr Theo Moench 

& Bro, rms Cleaveland block. 
Cowen Mary (wid Wm H), rms 76 Cleave- 
land block. 
Cowen Robert B, bkkpr A L Hunt, res 

Talbott ave nr 12th. 
Cowie John R. res 233 Douglass. 
Cowles Rosweil B, engineer I B & W Ry, 

res 792 W Washington (W I). 
Cowser Wm D, brakeman T H & I R R, 

rms over 224 W Washington. 
Cox Alonzo J, lab, res 91 Benton. 
Cox Ann M, res 254 W Market. 
Cox Anna E, dressmkr, bds 275 E Georgia. 
Cox Charles, lab Wood & Smith, bds 25 

Grand. 
Cox Cttarles E, State Law Libra- 
rian State Building, res 141 W New 

York. 
Cox Charles H, driver Singer Mnfg Co, res 

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Cox Edward C, engineer Salisbury & Vin- 
ton Paper Co, res 4.35 W Washington.' 
Cox Elihu, solicitor The Morning Star 

Publishing Co, res 170 W New York. 
Cox Elizabeth E (wid Andrew J), res 239 

College ave. 
Cox Emma (wid Gillum), bds 19 School. 
Cox Frank H (wid Wm C), res 30 W St 

Clair. 
Cox George, bartender John Rozier, bds 

210 Fayette. 
Cox George H, carp, res 155 English ave. 
Cox Henry C, res 109 N West. 
Cox Hugh A, terra cottamkr Indpls Terra 

Cotta Co, res 91 Benton. 
Cox Isaac S, citv salesman Theo Moench 

& Bro, res 609 N West. 
Cox Jacob, artist 29.2 N Penn, res 566 same. 
Cox Jennie, boxmkr A N Taylor, bds 435 

W Washington. 
Cox John A M, ironmkr Sinker, Davis & 

Co, res 311 S East. 
Cox John A M jr, tinner Knight &Jillson, 

bds 311 S East. 
Cox John T, elk C E Miller, bds 114 N 

Cox John W (Cox & Smith), res 215 W 

North. 
Cox Joseph D, trav agt, res 114 N Ten- 



Cox Leo A, elk The Bowen-Merrill Co, 

bds 900 N New Jersey. 
Cox Millard F, asst reporter Supreme 

Court, rms 141 W New York. 
Cox Oliver T, millwright Nordyke & 

Marmon Co, bds 5-55 N West. 
Cox Eichard, tinshop 515 E 7th, res same. 
Cox Sophia (wid Henry), bds 227 Bright. 
Cox Stephen, physician City Hospital. 
Coi Thomas, boilermkr, bds 263 S Meri- 
dian. 
Cox Thomas W, carp, bds 515 E 7th. 
Cox Walter G, miller Blanton, Watson & 

Co, res 139 Union. 
Cox Walter T, claim agt C I St L & C Ry, 

bds Occidental Hotel. 
Cox Wm H, lab, res 399 Blake. 
Cox Wm H jr, painter, bds 399 Blake. 
Cox W Albert, elk C C C & I Ey, bds 30 

W St Clair. 
Cox & Smith (John W Cox, David W 

Smith), saloon 1-55 Indiana ave. 
Coxe John, cigar mnfr 262 W Washington, 

res Frank block. 
Coxe Eobert S, trav agt John Coxe, bds 

354 W 2d. 
Coy Arthur, lab, res 27-2 S New Jersey. 
Coy John, cooper Wood & Smith, res 11 

Chesapeake. 
Coy Loveless, carp, res 169 English ave. 
Coy Sarah B, bds 191 S Alabama. 
Coy Simeon, Saloon 23 W Washing- 
ton and 143 E Washington, res 191 S 

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Coyle Annie (wid Michael) bds 193 W 
Maryland. 

Coyle Barney, lab, bds Wagner Hotel. 

Coyle Darby, lab, bds 147 W South. 

Coyle Fannie, tailoress, bds 1 McGill. 

Coyle Hannah (wid Michael), res 173^7 W 
Maryland. 

Coyle James B, carp, res 2-53 S Mississippi. 

Coyle John, mach Atkins saw works, res 1 
McGill. 

Coyle Louisa, domestic 228 N Delaware. 

Coyle Michael, lab Belt E E. 

Coyle Eobert, molder Indpls Mall Iron Co, 
bds Haughville. 

Coyle Susan (wid Wm), res 20 N Pine. 

Coyne John J, printer A E Baker, bds Cal- 
ifornia House. 

Coyner Susan M (wid Martin L), res 449 E 
St Clair. 

Cozins, see Cousins. 

Crabb John, lab, bds 26 S West. 

Crabb John H mach hand Udell works, 
res N Indpls. 

Crabbs Mary A (wid Abram), bds 25 Sum- 
mit. 

*Crabtree Amanda (wid Abram), res 620 
Home ave. 

*Crabtree James W H, sawyer Indpls Cab- 
inet Co, res Oak Hill. 

Cradock Daniel, lab Indpls Eolliug Mill 
Co, res 353 S West. 

CrafFt Ernest L, train dispatcher I& V E R, 
rms 86 N East. 

CraKt George W, editor Railway Station 
Agents' Journal, rms 174 E New York. 

Craft Amelia G (wid Wm E), bds 605 N 
Tennessee. 

Craft Aug:ustus P, Watches, Clocks 
and Jewelry 10 N Meridian, res 401 N New 
Jersey. 

Craft Cora, elk Wm Laurie & Co, bds 286 
Indiana ave. 

Craft Ernest H, elk J A McKenzie, res 163 
N Alabama. 

Craft Flora W\ bds 163 N Alabama. 

S. D. CRANE, 

Gold Watches, Diamonds, etc. 

98 East Washington Street. 



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S tI>A.T E: N T S 

^ " Offices, r.noins Ifi A ISHuI.har.l Blorlv, Cor. Washinston 

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^7 "g Buildin(?, opi>. X . S. Patent Office, Washington, D.C. 
00 g See Advertisement under head of "Patent Solicitors" 
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= ^ Craft Frank, laddermkr Udell works, res 
(S a Udell (N I). 



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n g d Craft Harlan W, bds 163 N Alabam 
[• g- 5J Craft Hiram J, res 484 Ash. 
^ "^ * Craft Hubert, elk r m s, res Francis (N I), 
d 2 Craft Mamie, res G(j W Maryland. 
r r. S Craft Maria A, bds 605 N Tennessee. 
fl g J Craft Morley E, bds 286 Indiana ave. 

0< ^ Craft Richard P, collector A Gall, res 420 
§ N Penn. 
H*Craft Samuel, waiter H Guetig, bds 174 
£ E Washington. 
J Craft Sarah A, bds 484 Ash. 

M» Craft Smith, blksmith 286 Indiana ave, 
^ res same. 
Tx Craft IWerner P, Fine Groceries, 

'-' Teas and Coffees a specialty 527 and 529 

N Illinois ; Telephone 453, res 605 N 

^ Tennessee. 

Craft Wm H, res 163 N Alabama. 
Craghan James M, lab Kingan & Co, res 
.^^ 24 Blackford. 
^^Jnj^ Crahen James M, mach C & A Potts & Co, 
\pii^ bds %Q S California. 
'^* Craig, see aho Gregg and Greig. 

Craig Agnes D, stenographer Fanciers Ga- 
^^^ zette, bds 951 N Alabama. 
r /] Craig Alexander, trav agt Wiles, CofBn & 
y^ J. Co, res 951 N Alabama. 

.Craig Andrew J, blksmith 94 Kentucky 
1 ave, res 211 W Maryland. 
^mad Craig Charles M, lab, bds C C Craig (W I). 
Craig Charles W, elk J A Craig, bds 482 
■^ N Illinois. 
^^I Craig Columbus C, lab, res w s Williams 1 
• n of Howard (W I). 

i^^ Craig Ellen (wid James), bds s e cor S 
^■"■n Brookside and Orange aves. 

Craig Frederick, toll gatekpr, res cor Cen- 
tral ave and Millersville pike. 
Craig Frederick W. elk C St L & P E E, 
^ bds 165 E Merrill. 

Craig Helen, kindergarten teacher, bds s e 
cor Brookside and Orange aves. 



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Craig Henry, wheelmkr Indpls wheel 

works, bds 124 S Tennessee. 
Craig Ira F, lab, bds cor Central ave and 

Millersville pike. 
Craig Isaac N, engineer C St L & P E R, 
res 24 McKim ave. 

Craig James, res 515 N West. 
Craig James M, engineer J B Isett, res 1026 
W Washington (W I). 

Craig James R, dairyman, res s e cor S- 
Brookside and Orange aves. 

Craig Jane, dry goods 193 Indiana ave, res- 
515 N West. 

Craig Jennie, bds 128 Blackford. 

Craig John A, confectioner 20 E Washing- 
ton, res 482 N Illinois. 

Craig John F, mach Haugh, Ketcham & 
Co, bds R Goodlet, Haughville. 

Craig John T, bds Gilbert Hodges (W I). 

Craig John W, lab, resw s Lee 5 s of Lam- 
bert (W I). 

Craig Joshua W, lab Kingan & Co, res 101 
Minerva. 

Craig J E, fireman Bee Line, res Bright- 
wood. 

Craig Mary, trimmer Kingan & Co, bd& 
203 Blackford. 

Craig Richard C, dairy s e cor Morris and 
Belemont ave, res same (W I). 

Craig Robert A, conductor C C C & I Ry.. 
res 113 Bellefontaine. 

Craig R Beem. solicitor, res 52 Cherry. 

Craig Samuel I, mach Atlas works, res 301 
Yandes- 

Craig Thomas J, elk T E Spafford, re& 
same. 

Craig Walter S, lab car works, res Bright- 
wood. 

Craig Wm, miller 197 S Meridian, res 123^ 
St Mary. 

Craig Wm C, salesman, bds 123 St Mary. 

Craig: 'Wm J, Publisher Indianapolis 
Sentinel and Indiana State Sentinel 71 
and 73 W Market, res 812 N Meridian. 
(iS'ee adv p 16.) 

*Craighead Alexander, lab C St L & P R 
R, rms 60 W Market. 

Craighead Gibson, cook Gaetz Hotel. 

Craigle C Tobias, lab, res 27 Catherine. 

Craigle John, switchman Vandalia Line, 
res 25 Henry. 

Crail Albert R, sawyer M Murry & Co, 
res e s Alvord 2 n of 9th. 

Crail John V T, carp W G Rubush, res- 
137 Pendleton pike. 

Crainor Philander, bds 383 E Michigan. 

Cramer, see also Kramer. 

Cramer Charles H, trav agt, res 31 College 
ave. 

Cramer Daniel, tel opr, bds 144 N Illinois. 

Cramer Lillie, res 225 E Market. 

Cramer Mary T, bds 31 College ave. 

Crance Edward J, finisher Woodburn-Sar- 
ven Wheel Co, res 242 S Mississippi. 



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Crandall George, agt, res 274 S Tennessee. 

Grand all Joseph L, engineer J M & I R R, 
res 102 N State ave. 

Crandall Joseph M, agt, res 894 N Illinois. 

Crandall Katie, bds 5 Madison ave. 

Crane Atta C, hds 394 Peru. 

Crane Benjamin, rnis 96.^ S Illinois. 

Crane Charles J, brakeman I B & W Ry, 
res 176 E St Clair. 

Crane Cynthia (wid James), bds 166 Agnes. 

Crane Dennis, car driver, res 313 S Mis- 
souri. 

Crane Ellis W, letter carrier, res 70 Har- 
rison. 

Crane George W, collector Steel Pulley and 
Machine works, res 756 N Tennessee. 

Crane Harrv A letter carrier, res 456 
W 1st. 

Crane Isaiah C, jeweler S D Crane, res 1S6 
Buchanan. 

Crane James P, carp J B Emersou, res 106 
Fayette. 

Crane Johanna (wid Dennis), res 29 Roe. 

Crane John, finisher Central Chair Co, 
bds 119 Bright. 

Crane -John, park police, res 7 Minerva. 

Crane John 11, millwright, res 247 E South. 

Crane Kate, asst cook Insane Hospital. 

Crane Leonard, driver W G Wasson, res 
166 Agnes. 

Crane Margaret (wid Patrick), res 119 
Bright. _ 

Crane Marie E (wid Amos), res 187 Yandes. 

Crane Richard J, molder Atlas works, bds 
106 Fayette. 

Crane Stephen D, Watches and 
Jewelry 98 E Washington, res 985 N 
Meridian. {See right bottom corner cards.) 

Crane Thomas, lab, bds 119 Bright. 

Crane Wm, raach Atlas works, bds 29 Roe. 

Crane Wm A, lab Indpls Cabinet Co, res 
276 Brookside ave. 

Crane Wm H, blksmith C I Si L & C Ry, 
res 111 Pleasant. 

Crank James, lab, res Irvington. 

Crank Otto G, carp, res 184 Do«glass. 

Cranor Andrew P, grocer 75 Hill ave, res 
same. 

Cranor Philander, bds 383 E Michigan. 

Crary Clarke S, ins agt 34 N Deleware, bds 
Grand Hotel. 

Craven Charles G, barber H Teats, bds 18 
S Illinois. 

Craven Jennie, bds 232 S Alabama. 

Craven .John, huckster, res 232 S Alabama. 

*Craven Joshuii, lab, res 191 Indiana ave. 

Craven Wm, engineer, bds 232 S Alabama. 

*Craven Wm. Inb, res 484 W North. 

Cravens Daniel C, usher Insane Hospital. 

*Cravens .John, lab, res 21 Rhode Island. 

Cravens John L, switchman Union R R, 
res 49 Minnesota. 

Cravens Junius E, dentist and sec'y Indi- 
ana Dental College, res 201 N Penn. 



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7 Virginia Ave. 15:> W. Wasli. 149 S. Alabama. W^# 

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■•■•"Cravens Primus, lab, res 59 Smith. 
Crawford Alexander M, elk Hanson-Van 

Camp Co, bds 254 E McCarty. 
Crawford Ann (wid Stephen N), forelady 

H A Wright, res 280 N Mississippi. 
"•■■Crawford Charles, lab, bds 267 Fayette. 
Crawford Charles C, elk Byram, Cornelius 

& Co, res 567 Virginia ave. 
Crawford David S, conductor T H & I R 

R, res 19 Henry. 
Crawford David W, trimmer Kahn & Co, 

res 265 W 5th. 
Crawford Edgar, lab, bds 19 Henry. 
Crawford Edwin G, master mechanic 

Indpls Mall Iron Co, res Haughville. 
Crawford Eli, molder Indpls Stove Co, res 

254 E McCarty. 
Crawford Ella, domestic w s Miley ave 2 

n of W Washington (WI). 
Crawford Flora C (wid Samuel T), res 114 

Spann ave. 
Crawford Floyd, lawyer, bds 40 S Tennes- 
see. 
Crawford Francis N, cooper Wood & Smith, 

res 213 W Maryland. 
■•■"Crawford Green, lab C C Foster Lumber 

Co, res 27 Columbia. 
Crawford Henrietta T, dressnikr, bds 254 

E McCarty. 
Crawford Henrv, driver Coburn and Jones, 

res 211 E Pearl. 
Crawford Henry, buggywasher D T Fort, 

res 126 N Mississippi. 
Crawford .James, lab, bds 463 S Meriiti.m. 
Crawford Kate M (wid Nathan), bes8i W 

Vermont. 
Crawford Lillie (wid George), res 172 W 

Market. 
"■■■"Crawford Phillis (wid Cadore), res 267 

Fayette. 
Crawford Samuel M, collermkr C W Lum- 

ley, bds 567 Virginia ave 
Crawford Mrs Sarah, teacher, bds 127 N 

Alabama. 



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Hbetractere, 

Deutsche Advocaten und Notare, 

No. 12 II. 15 Thorpe Block. 

Telephone 10 48. 

Crawford Sarah J, (wid Wm H) fitter 

I6dpls shoe factory, hds 126 S Tennessee. 
-'Crawford Smith, lab A Jordan, res 170 W 

Wabash. 
Crawford Stephen M, butcher, res 264 W 

Michigan. 
Crawford Thomas, lab Kiugan & Co, bds 

240 N California. 
Crawford Thomas, bartender F Christman, 

res 122 Osage. 
•'Crawford Thomas, brick molder J C 

Adams, res 500 English ave. 
Crawford Thomas E, shoemkr 567 Virginia 

ave, res same. 
Crawford Wm, brakeman Bee Line, bds 

Brightwood. 
Crawford Wm F, lawyer 72^ E Washing- 
ton, bds 40 S Tennessee. 
Criminal Court, room 58 Court House. 
Crawley Wm, teamster H Bailie, bds 90 

Agnes. 
■ Craycroft Walter, porler L E Barnett. rms 

66 N Missouri. 
Crayen, see Craghen. 
Crayton Wm D, trunk cutter Hershey & 

Tousey, res 70 Torbet. 
Creasy Elmer, filer Atkins saw works, bds 

310 S Illinois. 
Creedon Jeremiah, foreman, res 397 S Del- 
aware. 
Creedon Joseph A, veteriuary surgeon, res 

550 Virginia ave. 
Creegan Bridget, res 116 Laurel. 
Creelman Frank E, propr Eoyal Tea Store, 

res 525 Broadway. 
Creemer Daniel F,tel opr C I St L &C Ry, 

res 144 N Illinois. 
Cremiller Wm, elk Bnschmann & Co, bds 

196 Ft Wayne ave. 
Cremins Wm H, conductor C I St L & C 

Ey, rms 13 Hutchins block. 
Cremmins Frank J, conductor C I St L & 

C Ry, res 126 Fletcber ave. 
■Crenshaw Allen, hostler Smock Bros, bds 

1 Guffin. 

The Magnitude and Variety of Fine and 

Medium Clothing and Furnishing 

Goods has given the 

A prestige that has never been equaled in 
Indiana. 



*"Crenshaw Margaret B, domestic 327 N 
Illinois. 

'•"Crenshaw Samuel, lab, rms 60 W Market. 

•■■Crenshaw Sarah, domestic 20 W Michi- 
gan. 

Creoger Conrad,second baker Grand Hotel. 

Cresent Brewing Co of Aurora, Ind, Au- 
gust Ebrich agt, 220 and 222 S Delaware. 

Cress Henry, farmer, res Irvington. 

Cress Henry C, lab Atlas works, bds 132 
Columbia ave. 

Cress John A, lab, res 132 Columbia ave. 

Cress Wm H, music teacher, rts 65 Col- 
umbia ave. 

Cress Wm R, bricklayer, bds 132 Colum- 
bia ave. 

Cressinger John H, night watch Insane 
Hospital. 

Cressner David W, car builder, res 886 W 
Washington (W 1). 

*Cresson John D, lab, res Oak Hill. 

Cretors Adolphus, painter, bds 350 Peru. 

Crewes Henry, huckster, bds 117 W Mc- 
Carty. 

Crews Rev John W, res Francis ( N I). 

Crews Jahanne S, elk B Gundelfinger, rms 
23 Vajen block. 

Crews Sewel W, elk J Lehman, bds 167 N 
Tennessee. 

Criilman David, mach hand C St L & P 
R R, res Stratford. 

Crimen Alexander S, yard conductor Pan 
Handle shops, res Woodside. 

Crimen Wm W, driver Adams Ex Co, bds 
Woodside. 

Criss Richard, lab S Goddard, res Sterling 
block. 

Crissey Mrs Mary E, bds 368 W New York. 

Crist, see also Christ. 

Crist Daniel O. physician 85 E Market, res 
Stratford. 

Crist George R, lab, bds George W Crist 
(NI). 

Crist George W, lab, res Shoemaker (N I). 

Crist John M, grinder Ewart Mnfg Co, res 
N Indpls. 

Crist Melvin, finisher Udell works, res 
Udell (N I). 

Crist Nannie (wid Wm), res 133 Dougherty, 

Crist Nancy E, rms 133 Dougherty. 

Cristy, see Christy. 

*Critcher Samuel, waiter Sherman's res- 
taurant, rms 166 W 1st. 

Criterion Theater, 12 and 14 N Mississippi. 

Croakley Wm, engineer, bds 8 Lynn. 

Crocker Wm P, bartender T C Reading, 
rms 76i E Maryland. 

Crockett Frank L, lab, res 164 S East. 

Crockett Oscar L, fireman C St L & P R 
R, bds 715 E Market. 

Cromer John B, special agt Home Ins Co 
of N Y, res 67 Ft Wayne ave. 

Cromlich Sarah E (wid George W), res 127 
Michigan ave. 



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Cromptoa Ebenezer, stoves 86 Mass ave, res 
103 Cherry. 

Croa Adam, saw polisher Atkins saw 
works, res '61 Buchanan. 

Cron Frederick, mach Eagle Mach works, 
res 142 Ft Wayne ave. 

Oroubach Marcus, dry goods 282 W Wash- 
ington, res same. 

Cronin Dennis, sec foreman C St L & P E 
R, res 100 Spann ave. 

Cronin James A, lab Indpls Mnfg Co, bds 
87 W McCarty. 

Cronin Jeremiah, lab, bds 87 W McCarty. 

Cronin John, lab T H & I R R, res 87 W 
McCarty. 

Cronin John, elk James Collier, bds 234 S 
Missouri. 

Cronin Wm, engineer T H & I R R, res 
234 S Missouri. 

Cronkite John G, res rear 179 N California. 

Cronkite Laytou J, wool sorter George 
Merritt & Co, bds rear 179 N California. 

Cronyn Wm M, bkkpr The Bowen-Merrill 
Co, res 264 Lincoln ave. 

Crook John W, carp, bds 154 Archer. 

Crookston John,H, elk N Y store, bds Occi- 
dental Hotel. 

■*Croom Fenrv, lab car works, bds Wm 
Croom(WI). 

*Croom Wm, lab, res e s Reisner 2 s of 
Miller (WI). 

Cropper Charles G, fireman C C C & I Ry, 
bds 64 Oak. 

Cropper James W, engineer C C C & I Ry, 
res Bright wood. 

Cropper Marion, wagonmkr C H Nolting, 
bds 686 N Illinois. 

Cropper Roland T, brickmason, res 64 Oak. 

Cropsey Ann M (wid James E), res 85 Col- 
lege ave. 

Cropsey George E, opr W U Tel Co, bds 247 
N Tennessee. 

Cropsey James M (Denny & Cropsey), bds 
85 College ave. 

Cropsey Nebraska, supt primary instruction 
public schools, bds 85 College ave. 

*Crosbie Mrs Ellen, res 140 W 6th. 

Crosby Albert H,tel opr Bates House of- 
fice, res 8 Lynn. 

Crosby Catherine, res 98 W Georgia. 

*CrosiDy Ellen, domestic 735 N Illinois. 

Crosby Harvey, driver, res rear 130 E St 
Joseph. 

Crosby John, res 8 Lynn. 

Crosby John S, butcher, res 1007 W Wash- 
ington (W I). 

Crosby Laura, domestic 248 College ave. 

Crosby Mary, res 98 W Georgia. 

*Crosby Mary E (wid Tolliver), res rear 
789 N Mississippi. 

Crosby Michael second hand goods 351 S 
Meridian, res same. 

Crosby nth A (wid Hiram L), res 375 E 
Ohio. 



Parties with Valuables 

Of any kind which they wish to have 

SAFELY PROTECTED, 

And nt the same time, under their own control, 
should patronize the Safe Deposit Vaults of the 

MAM Kl'SI AID SAFE DEPOSIT CO. 

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Crosdale Edmund, elk 

& Co, res 172 Union. 
Crose Andrew J, blksmith 370 Douglass, 

res 378 Indiana ave. 
Crose Eliznbeth C (wid Andrew J), rms 19 

Braden block. 
Crose Mary C, bds 378 Indiana ave. 
Crosley Charles S, grocer 565 N Illinois, 

res 81 W 2d. 
Crosley Edward B, elk I B & W Ry, res 

308 E South. 
Crosley Gilbert A, lab, bds 106 Clifford ave. 
Crosley Harry E, elk H H Lee, rms 162 

Fletcher ave. 
Crosley Henry, farmer, res n s Manchester 

w of Wabash Ry. 
Crosley Sarah (wid James), res 106 ClifTord 

ave. 
Cross Alice, domestic 236 Chestnut. 
Cross Amelia (wid Frank), res 163 David 

son. 
Cross Andrew J, lab, bds Wm O Cross 

(WI). 
Cross Charles M, trav agt Schnull & Krag, 

res Tiffin, O. 
Cross Frank P, produce E Market House, 

bds 163 Davidson. 
*Cross James, lab, bds 14 Athon. 
*"Cross James, lab, res 117 Mulberry. 
Cross John H, (Cross & Clawson), res e s 

Belmont ave 2 s of Johnson (W I). 
*Cross John H, lab Belt R R, res 117 Mul- 
berry. 
Cross John T, bds 163 Davidson. 
Cross John W, foreman Citizens St Ry, res 

478 E 9th. 
Cross Lida,bds James M Richardson ( W f). 
Cross Mary A (wid Daniel), res s e cor N 

Hlinoisand22d (NI). 
Cross Mrs Rachel, bds James M Richard- 
son (W I). 
Cross Wm, carp, res 223 E Morris. 
Cross Wm O, car rep car works, res e s 

Reisner 13 s of Morris (W 1). 

MESSENGER'S, 

S. E. Cor. Delaware & Washington Sts. 

A FULL LINE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS 

On Easy Weekly and IMonthly Payments, 

or for Cash at Low Prices. 

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Cross W G, attendant insane hospital. 
Cross & Clawson (John H Cross, John W 

Clawson), dairy, e s Belmont ave 2 s of 

Johnson (W I). 
*Crossen Charles E, ydman A B Meyer & 

Co, res e s S Delaware 1 n of South. 
Crossen Thomas F, lab, res 407 W North. 
CYossen Thomas FJr, lab, bds 407 W North. 
Crossland Drucilla W (wid Jacob A), bds 

80 W St Clair. 
Crossland Harry A, mdse broker 58 S Penn, 

res 80 E St Joseph. 
Crossley Charles, painter, res rear 624 Home 

ave 
Crothers Mary F (wid John P), res 17 E 

North. 
Crouch Addison M, tel opr Howland's, res 

n e cor Grand ave and Fleet. 
Crouch George S, feeder W B Burford, bds 

76 Spruce. 
Crouch George W, plasterer, res 378 

Fletcher ave. 
Crouch Ida M, bds 95 Park ave. 
Crouch James B, Lib Standard Oil Co, res 

e s Mulberry 1 n of Poplar. 
Crouch John B, carp, res 76 Spruce. 
Crouch John L, carp, bds Emmett Hotel. 
Crouch Maria (wid John D), bds 520 N 

Illinois. 
Crouch Sophia, cook 315 E Washington. 
Crouch Wm, carp C H Gillett & Co, res w 

s Gatling .3 n of Kaymond. 
Crouse, .see also Kraus. 
Crouse Francis M, books 38 N Delaware, 

res 37 Park ave. 
Crouse Katie (wid Wm P), bds 221 E 

North. 
Crow Benjamin W, farmer, res Irvington. 
■'Crow Frances (wid Jordan), res 260 

Blake. 
Crow John F, opr B & O Tel Co, res Strat- 
ford. 
Crowder Burrel, carp I D & S Ry, res 24 

Smithson. 

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\nd do by far the largest clothing trade at the 
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Crowder Charles, carp, bds 24 Smithson. 
Crowder James T, painter, res 178 David- 
son. 
■Crowd us John C, carp, res 310 W Pratt. 
Crowe Charles W, checkman Union Depot, 

res 395 S Delaware. 
Crowe Frederick (L & F Crowe), res 

Eagle Creek road (W I). 
Crowe Horace G, tel opr Vandalia Line^ 

res 309 N Alabama. 
Crowe James, butcher, res 270 W Court. 
Crowe James W, painter I D & S Ry, bds 

270 W Court. 
Crowe Louis (L & F Crowe), res n e cor 

Morris and Hadley ave (W'l). 
Crowe L&F (Louis and Frederick), blk- 

smiths 87 Hadley ave (W I). 
Crowe Stephen, blksmith 226 N New Jer- 
sey', res 395 S Delaware. 
Crowe Walter B, opr W U Tel Co, res 65 

Ft Wayne ave. 
Crowe Wm S, fireman C St L & P R E, res 

218 Randolph. 
Crowell Rollin W, elk I B & W Ry, rms 

265 N Mississippi. 
Crowley Bridget (wid Patrick), res 429 S 

Missouri. 
Crowley Daniel, lab U S Encaustic Tile 

works, bds 86 Agnes. 
Crowley Daniel, lab, res 271 E Merrill. 
Crowley Daniel F, tel opr. bds 271 E Mer- 
rill. 
Crowley Henrietta (wid Thomas F), res 17 

Kentucky ave. 
Crowley James J, lab, bds 429 S Missouri. 
Crowlev Joseph D, tel opr J M & I R R, 

bds _"71 E Merrill. 
Crowley Maggie, trimmer Kingan & Co, 

bds 124 S Tennessee. 
Crowley Margaret, bds 429 S Missouri. 
j Crowley Timothy, res 86 Agnes, 
j Crowley Wm, teamster, ids 86 Agnes. 
I Crown Hill Cemetery, Stough- 
I ton A Fletcher Pres, G P Anderson Sec'y, 
j Office 9 Ingalls Block ; Telephone 154, 
j Cemetery Michigan road (N I), F W 
I ChislettSupt ; Telephone 555. 
Crown of Glory (monthly), n w cor Illinois 

and Market. 
Crov Harry, brakeman C C C & I Ry, bds 
144 Ash. 
i Crozicr Geoi'ge, res 350 N Meridian. 
: Crozier James T, bkkpr Consolidated Tank 
{ Line Co, bds 350 N Meridian, 
i Cruger, see abo Kruger. 
j Cruger Frank M, elk Hanson-Van Camp 
I Co, res 110 Yeiser. 
Crull Charles A, carp, res 363 N Pine. 
Crull David, carp, res 558 Bellefontaine. 
Crull Elizabeth (wid Jacob R), res 357 N 
I Pine. 

I Crull Frank, elk Murphy, Hibben & Co, 
i res 33 Spann ave. 
I Crull Ida E, bds 357 N Pine. 



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Crull Parthenia, bds 357 N Pine. 
Crull & Co, livery 68 W Maryland. 
Crnm Mahetable (wid John), res 22S E 

Louisiana. 
Crume Otho P, engineer C H & I R R, bds 

591 E Washington. 
Oump Emeline (wid Hiram), res 30 Had- 

ley. 
Crumpton Annie, domestic 56 Lord. 
Crumpton Annie B (wid Harry), seamstress, 

res 1-13 N Delaware. 
Crumpton Blanch, domestic 127 English 

ave. 
Crumpton Elizabeth (wid Francis A), bds 

93 Lord. 
Crumrine, see also Krumrine. 
Crumrine Amos L, switchman C St L & P 

R R, res 286 Bates. 
Crumrine Wm H, carp C C C & I Ry, res 

376 N Brookside ave. 
*Crums Cora, starcher Eclipse Laundry, 

res 308 Blackford. 
Cruner Michael, foreman Haugh, Ketcham 

& Co, res 61 Bicking. 
Cruse Bridget (wid Michael), res 508 S Ill- 
inois. 
Cruse Mrs P^lizabeth A, res 17 Henry. 
Cruse Henry W, mach Hadley, Wright & 

Co, bds 450 E Maryland. 
Cruse James S, Real Estate and 

Rental Agent 92 E Market, res 66 

Fletcher ave. 
Cruse John, boilermkr, res 92 Maple. 
Cruse .John P, carp, rms 79 Mass ave. 
Cruse Michael, boilermkr, bds 508 S Illi- 
nois. 
*Crutcher Amy (wid Henry), res n w cor 

Martindale ave and 8th. 
*Crutcher Charles, lab, bds 151 S Alabama. 
*Crutcher Sanford, porter J A Craig, rms 

59 W Maryland. 
Crutchfield George W, lab, res Haughville. 
Crutchfield Joseph, lab Cutler & Savidge 

Lumber Co, bds 15 Deloss. 
Crutchfield Moses, lab Cutler & Savidge 

Lumber Co, bds 15 Deloss. 
*Crutchfield Stapleton, lab, res 235 W 7th. 
Crutchfield Wm, lab Cutler & Savidge 

Lumber Co, rms 502^ E Washington. 
Crvan John (De Tamble, Cryan & Co), bds 

228 W New York. 
Cubel Adolph, mach Woodburn-Sarven 

Wheel Co, res 381 Union. 
Cuckow George, lab Kingan & Co, res s w 

cor Michigan and Patterson. 
Cuer Robert F, elk Model Clothing Co, bds 

Hotel English. 
Culbert .John, lab Coffin, Greenstreet & 

Fletcher, res 42 Henry. 
Culbertson Eliza K (wid George K), res 

203 Blake. 
Culbertson John 'W 91 D, Ocu- 
list and Aurist 362 W Washington, bds 

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Goods. Correct Plumbing a Specialty. Kepairs 
on water, gas and sewer pipes promptly attended 
to by experienced mechanics. Telephone 850. 
91 N. Pennsylvania St. Deuison Hotel BIock. 

Culbertson Josie M, opr Gold & Stock Tel 

Co, bds 203 Blake. 
Culbertson Mrs Mary H, artist rm 48 

Thorpe block, res 225 Michigan ave. 
Culbertson Walter L, wood carver Central 

Chair Co, bds 203 Blake. 
Culbertson Wm O, mach U S W^ire and Nail 

works, res 139 Hosbrook. 
Cullen Alice, teacher public school No 6, 

bds 306 S Meridian. 
Cullen Edward F, engineer Atlas works, 

res 237 Kentucky ave. 
Cullen James, engineer L N A & C R R, 

bds Mrs L A Wells. 
Cullen Terrence J, elk Grand Hotel, res 

422 N Meridian. 
Culley Benjamin M, car inspector C C C & 

I Ry, res 462 E North. 
Culley Charles P, with E H Ketcham, res 

w s Keystone ave nr Orange. 
Culley Daniel B, res 486 N Penn. 
Culley Julia T, elk, bds 71 Lord. 
Culley Nettie (wid David T), bds 316 Col- 
lege ave. 
Cullings Alice, dressmkr, res 747 Booker's 

alley. 
Cullings George, lab U S Encaustic Tile 

works, res 746 Booker's alley. 
Cullings James J, bds 266 S Penn. 
Cullings Mary (wid Owen), bds rear 750 N 

Tennessee. 
CuUity Dennis, saloon Mt Jackson, res 

same. 
Culloden Frederick, trav agt Adams & 

Shearman, bds 226 W New York. 
Culloden Lawrence P, elk H A Crossland, 

bds 53 Broadway. 
Cullum Eberle W, foreman press room W 

B Burford, res 270 N Blackford. 
Culmann, see also Kuhlman. 
Culmann Conrad, finisher C M Union, res 

197 Harrison. 
Culmann Daniel, blksmith Haugh, Ketcham 

& Co, res 27 Center. 

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3 ^^H Culmann George, res 104 Douglass, 
r^* """^r.Culmann John, baker 638 N Mississippi, 
SoS'i, res same. 

a^i^H^ Culmer Laura (wid Henry H), bds 659 E 
BJoaiUO Market. 

Culver Belle, works U S Encaustic Tile 

works, bds 763 N Mississijjpi. 
Culver Benjamin S, lab U S Encaustic 

Tile works, bds 763 N Mississippi. 
Cnlv<!r Ellen M (wid Leven F), res 763 N 

^Mi.■^^issi|lpi. 
Culver Myra A, press hand U S Encaustic 

Tile works, bds 763 N Mississippi. 
Culver Thomas M, physician 478 S Dela- 
ware, res same. 
Cumbach Robert, mach hand, bds 75 Lock- 
erbie. 
y^ Cumback James M, printer Sentinel, res 

QJJ 231 Bellefontaine. 

Cumback Oliver T, engraver H C Chand- 
ler, res 282 E Ohio. 
Cumming Marshall F, carp, res 483 S 
^ Missouri. 
JH^ Cummings Charles, bartender H Guetig, 
res 230 Coburn. 
Cummings Charles A, carp, res 187 Elm. 
Cummings Charles F, baker Parrott & Tag- 

gart, bds 137 Pendleton pike. 
Cummings Charles R, engineer T Scheirich, 

^ res 300 Mass ave. 

^ — } Cummings Douglas, foreman, res 10 Lex- 
^ ington ave. 

Cummings Elizabeth (wid Charles F), bds 
K<H 19 Spanri ave. 

Cummings Frances A, elk, bds 800 N New 

Jersey. 
Cummings Hattie, res 221 W Michigan. 
Cummings Henry L, carp, bds 187 Elm. 
i-^-N Cummings James, pMtternmkr Atlas works, 
^-< res 800 N New Jersev. 

Cummings James jr, paper hanger, bds 800 

N New Jersey. 
*Cummings Lewis W, barber C H Lanier. 
Cummings Marshall F, carp S A Cum- 
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Cumniiiisfs Matlie^w I^, State 
Agent Washington Life Insurance Co 
of New York 1 and 2 Blackford Block, 
res 252 N Mississippi. 

Cummings Nelson T, foreman Bellis & 
Barnes, res 88 Hillside ave. 

Cummings Oakey, help F R Jennings, res 
4 Carlos. 

Cummings Richard, painter, bds 800 N 
New Jersey. 

Cummings Richard, lab, res 369 W Pearl. 

Cummings Samuel A, carp 4 Carlos, res 
same. 

Cummings Thomas, stone contractor, bds 
134 Agnes. 

Cummings Wm, mach hand Indpls Elbow 
Co. 

Cummings Wm F & Co, with Fitzgerald & 
Powell 66 E Market. 

Cummins Frances A (wid Frederick T), 
b(!s 737 N Alabama. 

Cummins James M, train master I B & 
W Ky, res 69 W 7lh. 

Cummins M uy, domestic 462 N Penn. 

Cummins Mrs Mary King, bds 301 Blake. 

Cummins Patrick, lab Atlas works, res 71 
Beeler. 

Cunning James, buyer, rms 347 N Illinois. 

Cunningh:im Addison V, photographer, 
bds Illinois House. 

Cunningham Anna, attendant Insane Hos- 
pital. 

Cunningham Bell, domestic 321 N New 
Jersey. 

Cunningham Belle, bds 120 Clifford ave. 

Cunningham Bridget, domestic 168 Broad- 
way. 

Cunningham Christopher, wagonmkr 121 
Hill ave, res 473 Lincoln ave. 

Cunningbam Dora, dressmkr Mary Wiley, 
bds 44 Cherry. 

Cunningham Ellen (wid Michael), bds 207 
N Pine. 

Cunningham Frances, domestic 179 N Ala- 
bama. 

Cunningham Frank, mach, res 59 Elm. 

Cnnningbam George, lab, bds John Cun- 
ninghnm ( W I). 

Cunnin<ih;im George W, mach hand M S 
Huey & Son, res 54 Newman. 

Cunnii^tihHm Harry, printer C A Bates jr, 
res lt;S N Delaware. 

Cunning^ham Henry S, Phys- 
ician 354 S Meridian, res same. 

Cunningham Jamas J, pedler, res 190 Dor- 
man. 

Cunniiighitm James S, ironwkr Atlas 
works, Ik's 473 Lincoln ave. 

Cunnirighi<m John, lab C C Foster Lumber 
Co, res 79 Fayette. 

Cnnninghani John, carp, res ws Williams 
2n of Miller (W I). 

Cunningham John D, elk Michael Cun- 
ninghiim, res 99 Dormrm. 



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Cunningham John P, wire works 21 S 
Meridian, res 16 N Penn. 

Cunningham John P, dairyman, res w s 
Sfhiirman ave (N I). 

Cunningham Joseph W, teamster, res 69 
Malott ave. 

Cunningham Lizzie, domestic 254 S Ala- 
bama. 

Cunningham Louisa, res 25 Virginia ave. 

Cunningham Martha (wid John), res w s 
Schurman ave (N I). 

Cunningham Mary, attendant Insane Hos- 
pital. 

Cunningham Marry (wid George), bds 
727 N Mississippi. 

Cunningham Michael (administrator of), 
dry goods 50 S Tennessee. 

Cunningham Robert L, printer J R Mon- 
roe, bds 132 N Tennessee. 

Cunningham Thomas, rubber Indpls Cab- 
inet Co, res 12 Yandes. 

Cunningham Wallace, mach hand M ISIur- 
ry & Co, bds 12 Yandes. 

Cunningham Wm F, conductor I & St L 
Ry, res 260 Christian ave. 

Cunningham Wm G, molder Nordyke & 
Marmon Co, res 16 Sharpe. 

Cunningham Wm H, dairyman, res w s 
S hurman ave (N I). 

Cunningham Yorick M, res 46 N Illinois. 

Cuppy Abraham, conductor, res 76 Ash. 

Cuppy Ross, brakeman Belt R R, res w s 
WilliHms 4 s of Morris (WI). 

Curd Eliza M (wid John), bds 854 N Ala- 
bama. 

Curley Anna C, elk H P Wasson & Co, bds 
358 E Market. 

Curley Elizabeth, bds 57 Stevens. 

Curli-y Hugh S, yard foreman C St L & P 
R R, bds 358 E Market. 

Curley Martin, lab C St L & P R R, res 358 
E Market. 

Curley Mary (wid John R), res 57 Stevens. 

Curley Richard, printer Hasselman-Jour- 
nal Co, res 5 Arthur. 

Curley Wm B, "newspaper mailing elk P O, 
bds 57 Stevens. 

Curner Caroline (wid George), res e s Chest- 
nut 4 n of Raymond. 

Curran Barbara (wid Richard), bds 87 S 
Liberty. 

Curran Bridget, attendant Insane Hospital. 

Curran Bridget, domestic 275 Christian ave. 

Curran Bridget (wid John) bds 201 N Pine. 

Curran Cornelius, lab, res 47 Deloss. 

Curran Rev Daniel, rector St Bridget's 
Church, res n e cor West and St Clair. 

Curran David, mach, res 62 Huron. 

Curran Dennis, shoemkr, res 2 Dillon. 

Curran Eugene D, saloon 364 Virginia 
ave, res same. 

Curran James, lab, bds 165 Dougherty. 

Curran Johanna (wid John), res 19 Ox- 
ford. 



Frenzel Brothers, 

No. 1 West Wash. St. (Merchants National Bank) 

FnrEion ExchengE 

And Money Orders on all principal Foreign points 
AT LOWEST RATES. 

Curran John, lab, res 165 Dougherty. 
Curran John, lab gas works, res 497 E 

Georgia. 
Curran John jr, lab, bds 165 Dougherty. 
Curran John J, switchman W St L & P 

Ry, res 153 Bates. 
Curran Josephine C, bds 487 E Georgia. 
Curran Julia (wid Peter), res 222 W 8th. 
Curran Katie C, elk L S Ayres & Co, res 

487 E Georgia. 
Curran Lizzie, seamstress, bds 194 Bates. 
Curran Maggie M, carpet sewer Eastman, 

Schleicher & Lee, bds 194 Bates. 
Curran Mary, res 62 Huron. 
Curran Matthew, lab, bds 165 Dougherty. 
Curran Michael, flagman, res 194 Bates. 
Curran Michael C, flagman, res 487 E 

Georgia. 
Curran Michael T, lab D E Stone & Co, 

bds 19 Oxford. 
Curran Patrick, lab C St L <% P R E, res 

154 Dorman. 
Curran Patrick H, lab C St L & P R R, bds 

165 Dougherty. 
Curran Patrick J, n^older, bds 19 Oxford. 
Curran Thomas, lab Belt R R, res e s Min- 
nesota 1 e of East. 
Curran Wm, lab Woodburn-Sarven Wheel 

Co, bds 372 S Tennessee. 
Currens George E, baker P F Bryce, bds 

338 S East. 
Currens Hamilton, driver H P Wasson & 

Co, bds 297 S Illinois. 
Currens Harry C, elk G C Pearson, bds 328 

S East. 
Currens James, night watchman, res 92 

Currens Wm N, elk, res 328 S East. 

Currens Wm P, tailor H L Bert, bds 318 S 
East. 

Currie Fannie, bds 860 N Penn. 

Currie Mrs Mai, officer Indiana Reform In- 
stitute for Women and Girls. 

Currie Mary P, teacher public school No 
27, bds 860 N Penn. 



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p^ ^ j-l Solicitor of American and Torciivi Palonts, K> and IS 
}^ 3 M Hubbard Eloc!;, ludiauajiolis, Iiid., aud Le Droit 

^ -^ 12; Building, opp. V. S. ratont OQce, Washingtou, 

rJ g^^ I>. C. See advertisemeut uuder bcadof 

^ *&< 'Tatent Solicitors" iu classified list. 

-in Curry Alexander, paperhanger, res 173 N 
Q eg Penn. 

O Sm Curry Alvie R, bkkpr Theo Pfiiflin & Co, 
O <| res 19G W Ohio. 
^ ~" o Curry Charles trav agt, res Gl Ft Wayne 

g S Curry Edward, lab, res 237 W 3d. 
/-\ Currv Frank, fireman J M & I R R, bds 
fl^ 721) E iMarket. 

._ ^ . (^iirry George W, foreman, res 37^ W 
Market. 

>>^' Curry Hamilton, lab, res 588 N Missis- 

\^ w sippi. 

f^^ Curry James P, engineer Jacob Ehrisman, 

ULa res 91 Clifford ave. 

I ■ I Currv John A, cook C R Miles, res 325 S 

1^1 Alabama. 

Q Currv John S, engineer Blanton, Watson 
& Co, rms 191 W Maryland. 
Curry Patrick J, wiper 1 K & W Ry. 
Z Curry Rachel, rms 101 E Washington. 
Curry Robert E, shooting gallery 18 N 
^^^ Mississippi, rms 25 Carlisle block. 

J Curry Ross, fireman L N A tS: C R R, res 
•■^ 332 E Georgia. 

O Currv Solomon L, night hostler C H & I 
RR, res 112 N Pine, 
g Curry Wm, saloon 73 W McCarty, res same. 

B ^ Currv Wm G, engineer Blanton, Watson 
*"^ Co, res 210 Douglass, 
^gv Curson Edward, lab, bds 72 Park ave. 
I»ak Curson George W, candymkr G R Wysong 
\^f & Co, bds 25 Meek. 

Curson Harry, lab, bds 72 Park ave. 
^^\ Curson John F, checkman C C C & I Ry, 
^^ # res 338 Spring. 

^^^ Curson Letitia (wid Josiah), draper Al- 
^^^ bert Gall, res 44 Ash. 
g ^^ Curson Wm, switchman C St L & P R R, 
\# # res 25 Meek. 
^^^ Curson Wm A, painter, res 72 Park ave. 

Z Curson Wm J, painter Shover & Christian, 
res 33 Plum. 
^^ Curtice Charles C, conductor T H& I R R, 
"" bds 1094 N Tennessee. 

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Curiiu Christopher, lab, rms 31 Kentucky 
ave. 

Curtin James, saloon 27 Kentucky ave, res 
61 Fayette. 

Curtis Cassius P, painter Atlas works, res 
n s 9th, e of I 1' &. C R R. 

Curtis Chester P, dentist, bds 441 N Me- 
ridian. 

Curtis FrankM, sec'y Industrial Life Ass'n 
of Indpls, res 77 E St Joseph. 

Curtis Frederick, lab ¥j Rauh & Sons, res 
123 Kennington. 

Curtis Hamilton C, salesman, res Oak Hill. 

Curtis Hiram K, trav agt, res 39 Ash. 

Curtis James B, lawver 6 Ingalls block, 
rms 180 N Illinois.' 

Curtis John J, elk The Bowen-Merrill Co, 
res 39 Ash. 

♦Curtis Joseph, porter F Brandt, res 128 
Columbia. 

Curtis Mary (wid Andrew), res 322 S New 
Jersey. 

*Curtis Mary, domestic 684 N Felaware. 

"•■•Curtis Sarah J (wid Joseph), res 127 
Columbia. 

Curtis Susan, bds 372 College ave. 

Curtiss Clarence C, sec'y Indpls Brush 
Electric Light and Power Co, res Cleve- 
land, O. 

Curtiss Lewis L,mess Adams E^x Co, res 32 
School. 

Curzon Joseph, architect, n s Mapleton. 

Cuser Daniel, lab, bds 187 Madison ave. 

Cushing Catherine (wid John F), music 
teacher, res s w cor Pine and Lord. 

Cushing George, candvmkr Theo Moench 
& Bro, res 192 Pine.' 

Cusker Daniel, lab, bds 199 W Maryland. 

Cusman, see Kossmann. 

Cussen Eliza G (wid Gerald), confectionery 
156 Indiana ave, res same. 

Cusson Eliza, ironer Insane Ho.spital. 

Custer Dora (wid Theodore), res 265 Union. 

Custer Ernest, bds 14 Archer. 

Custer Fannie (wid Solomon F), bds 507 
N West. 

Custer John, res 14 Archer. 

Custer John, res 169 W Market. 

Custer Lafayette P, night operator W U Tel 
Co, res 507 N West. 

Custer Mary, bds 169 W Market. 

Custom House, P O building. 

«-Cuthrell Melissa, res 60 Rhode Island. 

*Cuthrell Thomas, teamster, res 60 Rhode 
Island. 

Cutler Dwight, pres Cutler & Savidge Lum- 
ber Co, res Grand Haven, Mich. 

Cutler Ella B, bds 116 Lexington ave. 

Cutler & Savidgfe I^umber 
Co, Dwight Cutler Pres, James A Wil- 
son Vic'e-Pres, Frank C Bury Treas, Her- 
man F Harbeck Sec'y, Horace T Bennett 
Mngr Indianapolis Branch Lumber Deal- 
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Cutsinger Anna, bds 335 S Penn. 

Cutsinger James, lab, bds 335 S Penn. 

Cutsinger John, switchman Union Ry, res 
335 S Penn. 

Cutter Albert B, trav agt Acme Milling 
Co, bds Grand Hotel. 

Cutter Charles L, vice-pres and mngr Acme 
Milling Co, bds Grand Hotel. 

Cutter Mrs Florence E, bds 640 N Illinois. 

Cutting John A J, agt, bds 894 N Illinois. 

Cuykendahl Joseph B, trav agt Eli Lilly & 
Co, rms Wrights block. 

Cyclone Company, Smith Craft pres, James 
Buchanan sec'y and treas, grain separa- 
tors 286 Indiana ave. 

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Dacy Patrick, puddler rolling mills, res 31 
Maple. 

*Dade Mildred (wid Townsend), bds 294 
Indiana ave. 

*Dade Wm H, porter W St L & P Ry, res 
15 Center. 

Daebler Henry, finisher Haugh, Ketcham 
& Co, bds 18 Shelby. 

Daggett Helen A, teacher Institution for 
the Blind, bds same. 

Daggett Robert P (R P Daggett & Co and 
James B Lizius & Co), res 293 W Ver- 
mont. 

Daggfett R. P & Co (Robert P Dag- 
gett, James B Lizius), Architects and 
Superintendents, 18 When Block ; Tele- 
phone 619. 

Daggett Wm (Daggett & Co), res 280 N 
New Jersey. 

Daggett Wm H, elk Daggett & Co, bds 280 
N New Jersey. 

Dag^^ett & Co (Wm Daggett, George 
C Webster, George C Webster jr), Steam 
Confectioners 100 and 102 S Meridian; 
Telephone 367. 

Daggy George H, elk I D & S Ry, bds 144 
N Illinois. 

Daglish Anna M, elk L S Ayres & Co, bds 
125 N West. 

Daglish Frank J, elk Alva Gladden, res 
125 N West. 

Daglish John, elk H P Wasson & Co, res 
125 N West 

Daglish Sadie, bds 125 N West. 

Dague Cvrus A, polisher stove works, res 
220 Chesapeake. 

Dahl, see Dale. 

Dahlmann, see also Dollman. 

Dahimann Albertiske, gilder Perry & 
Prince, bds 754 N Tennessee. 

Dahlmann Charles C, driver C Vonnegut, 
res 448 N New Jersey. 

Dahner John, lab, res 451 S Illinois. 

Daigner Patrick, helper C St L & P R R. 

Dai ley, see also Daley and Daly. 

Dailey Bridget, waiter Sherman House. 



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Dailey Christopher, bds 13 Stevens Place. 

Dailey Claude, lab. Otto Stechhan, bds 69 
Dorm an. 

Dailey Ellen (wid Michael), res 408 E 
Pearl. 

Dailey Hezekiab) Lawyer 9 95 E 
Washington, res 120 Bellefontaine. 

Dailey Isham, packer Otto Stechhan, res 
69 Dorman. 

Dailey Mary, baker Denison House. 

Daily Milton, General Agent Excel- 
sior Harvester and Binder, rooms 5 and 
6 Chamber of Commerce, bds Grand Ho- 
tel. 

Daily Morris H, cabinetmkr, I D & S 
car shops, res 157 N Tennessee. 

Daily Harry, stainer Helwig's chair fac- 
tory, bds 247 N Tennessee. 

Daily Patrick, engineer Vandalia Line, 
rms 209 W South. 

Dain Eliza (wid Robert), bds 181 Park 
ave. 

Dainby Patrick E, elk N Y store, res 433 
S Tennessee. 

Dalbey Edward, cigarmkr C Halday, bds 
444 S Meridian. 

Dalbey Eva, fitter Indpls shoe factory, 
bds 444 S Meridian. 

Dalbey Russell J, cigarmkr J Ranch, res 
11 Madison ave. 

Dalbey Wm H, shoemkr 11 Madison ave, 
res same. 

Dale Andrew P, lab, res 131 E McCarty. 

Dale Anna E, wks Eli Lilly & Co, bds 131 
E McCarty. 

Dale Charles, upholsterer Central Chair 
Co, bds 131 E McCarty. 

Dale Charles A, carp, rms 71^ N Illinois. 

Dale John, tel opr T H & I R R, res 131 
E McCarty. 

Dale Mary, res 551 Archer. 

Dale Matilda, wks Eli Lilly & Co, bds 131 E 
McCarty. 

Dale Oliver S, elk, res 55 Ruckle. 

Dale Peter A. res 131 E McCarty. 

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12 and 15 Thorpe Block. 

NOTARIES PFBI.IC 

And General Conveyancers. 

Dale Sophia, dressmkr A J Spratt, bds 71 J 
N Illinois. 

Dale Tillie L, with Eli Lilly & Co, bds 
131 E McCarty. 

Dalkins Alfred, lab, res 27 Catherine/ 

Dallas Belle, elk H P Wasson & Co, bds 
94 N Meridian. 

Dallas Bessie L, printer News, bds Enter- 
prise Hotel. 

Dallas Hannah (wid John), bds 94 N Me- 
ridian. 

Dallas James A, printer News, bds Enter- 
prise Hotel. - 

Daller Albert, time keeper I B & W Ey, 
res 45 Bloomington (W I). 

Dalrymple Helena, bds 217 Park ave. 

Dalrymple John M, harnessmkr Hollfday 
& Wyon, res 217 Park ave. 

Dalrymple Mary E, bds 217 Park ave. 

Dalton Annie, with F R Jennings, bds 413 
S Missouri. 

Dalton Edward, brakeman J M & I R E. 
bds 41 Madison ave. 

Ddton Eliza, domestic Insane Hospital, 

Dalton Ellen (wid Wm), dressmkr, room 51 
77J S Illinois. 

Dalton Jesse H, turner Capital City Plan- 
ing Mill, res w s Jefferson ave 4 n of 
Clifford ave. 

Dalton John, mach Atlas works. 

Dalton John C, hats 64 W Washington, 
bds 218 Buchanan. 

Dalton Maggie, domestic: 118 S Illinois. 

Dalton Michael, lab, res 413 S Missouri. 

Dalton Morris, engineer I & V R R, res 135 
N Arsenal ave. 

Dalton Morris F, yard elk C H & I R R, 
bds 218 Buchanan. 

Dalton Thomas, res 218 Buchanan. 

Dalton Thomas A, opr W U Tel Co, bds 218 
Buchanan. 

Dalton Wm, hatter, bds 218 Buchanan. 

Daly, see also Dailey and Daley. 

Daly Daniel A, lab Kingan & Co, bds 337 
W Maryland. 

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Daly Frank, helper J S Farrell & Co, bds 
156 W Washington. 

Daly Frank, molder Indpls Stove Co, bds 
13 Stevens Place. 

Daly George, molder Indpls Stove Co, bds 
476 S Missouri. 

Daly Mary, bds 133 Mass ave. 

Daily Matilda A (wid James J), res Irv- 
ington. 

Dal I man, see Dahlmann arte/ Dohlman. 

Daly Nora, domestic 646 N Penn. 

Daly Peter, propertyman Opera House^ 
rms over 177 W Washington. 

Daly Sallie, domestic 344 N Tennessee. 

Dambacher Andrew, car repairer I B & 
W Ry, res 43 Beacon. 

Dambacher Barbara (wid John), res 43 
Boa.- -on (W I). 

D.iniiimher John, car repairer I B&W 
Ey, res 43 Beacon. 

Dame Daisy, music teacher 82 E St Clair^ 
bds same. 

Dame Elizabeth, artist, res 82 E St Clair. 

Dame Frank A, broommkr J W Bradshaw 
& Co, bds 82 E St Clair. 

Dame Jason, marble worker, res 82 E St 
Clair. 

Damme, see also Demmg. 

Damme Minnie (wid Frank), res 347 S' 
East. 

Damme Selma, cashr Wm Laurie & Co> 
bds 347 S East. 

Dammeyer, see also Dunmeyer. 

Dammeyer Anton, grocer 669 E Washing- 
ton, res 667 same. 

Dammeyer Charles, grocer 247 E Wash- 
ington, res 124 N East. 

Dammeyer Charles G, elk C Dammeyer,. 
bds 124 N East. 

Dammeyer Henry G, lithographer W B- 
Burford, res 124 N East. 

Dammeyer Theodore, elk C Dammeyer, bds 
124 N East. 

Damson Celia (wid Uriah G), bds 48 Pros- 
pect. 

Dandley Catherine,domestic Illinois House, 

Dane Josephine, bds 181 Park ave. 

Dane Mary (wid Marshall), res 294| Mass 
ave. 

Danehan John, conductor C I St L & C Ey, 
bds 6(^ English ave. 

Danforth Flora, seamstress Insane Hos- 
pital. 

Dan forth Harry O, pressman Hassel man- 
Journal Co, rms 7 Sterling block. 

Danforth Maggie, dressmkr, bds 176 SNew 
Jersey. 

Danforth Ozias J, foreman I D & S Ey, res 
176 S New Jersey. 

Daniel Ella, domestic 332 N New Jersey. 

Daniel Wm B, tinner Indpls Gas Light 
and Coke Co, res 140 E McCarty. 

Daniell Henry J, Curpenter 86 Ken- 
tucky ave. bds St Charles Hotel. 



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Co, res n s Lambert nr Belmont ave 

(WI). 
Daniels Charles, carp, res n s Lambert nr 

Belmont ave ( W I). 
Daniels Edward, sawyer Indpls Chair 

Mnfg Co, res 174 N Missouri. 
Daniels Edward (Baker, Hord & Hen- 
dricks), bds 169 N Illinois. 
Daniels Elmer, lab, res 81 Harmon. 
Daniels Mattie, elk Order of Chosen 

Friends, res 31 Harmon. 
Daniels Mrs E Annie, physician, res 530 S 

Illinois. 
Daniels George B, elk, bds 227 W Vermont. 
Daniels George T, mach, res 530 S Illinois. 
Daniels Harry, finisher Sarven wheel works, 

bds 227 W Vermont. 
^Daniels James, lab, rms 206 Elm. 
Daniels John, res 227 W Vermont. 
*Daniels .John, lab, res 290 Indiana ave. 
Daniels Kate (wid Joseph), res 252i W 

Washington. 
Daniels Leopold, dep elk county clerk's 

office, rms 29h N Penn. 
*Daniels Major, servant 529 N Meridian. 
Daniels Mary M (wid Samuel P), res 109 

S New Jersev. 
Daniels Milton H, U S Claim 

Agent room 6 77^ E Market, res 48 

Flet her ave. 
Daniels Holla, elk, bds 31 Harmon. 
Daniels Wm, res 31 Harmon. 
Daniels Wm H, engineer T H & I R R, res 

965 N Tennessee. 
Danihy Peter, lab, res 433 S Tennessee. 
Daningherg George W, lab Hall & Lilly, 

res 543 Madison ave. 
Daningl)erg James, lab W H Coleman, res 

Madison road 1 m s of Belt R R. 
Danke Albert, saloon 577 S East, res same. 
Danuenl)iirg Wm, cabinetmkr Udell works, 

res N Indpls. 
Dannenburger Charles, cabiuetmkr Udell 

works, res N Indpls. 
Danninberg Wm, gardener, res Freemont 

(NIj. 
Danley George A (Helfrich & Danley), res 

e entrance Crown Hill Cemetery. 
Danner Charles F, blksmith S R Danner, 

res Three Notch road s of city line. 
Danner James H, foreman blksmith Citi- 
zens' Street R R, res 610 S Meridian. 
Danner John, blksmith S R Danner, bds 

852 S Meridian. 
Danner Lizzie, domestic 444 N Tennessee. 
Danner St-oren R, blksmith 849 S Meridian, 

res 85 same. 
Danner Thomas, lab, res over 501 W 

Washington. 
Dansen Herman, hoilermkr Pan Handle 

line, res 150 Hoyt ave. 
Danser Alfred C, vice-pres R L Polk & 

Co, res Chicago, 111. 



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Danser Thomas, attendant Insane Hospital. 

Dansky John, lab J Allcrdice, bds 199 S 
Illinois. 

Dantzer Charles V (Dantzer & Hughes), 
bds New Calfornia House. 

Dantzer & Hugbes v Charles V 
Dantzer, Del)osco B Hughes), Proprs New 
California House 184 and 186 S Illinois, 

Dauz Charles, lab 237 Central ave. 

Danzer Lewis J, mach C St L & P Ry, bds 
288 S East. 

Darby Benjamin, changer St Ry. 

Darby Wm, letter carrier P 0,'res 71 Wis- 
consin. 

Darcy Peter J, engineer, bds 13 Russell ave. 

Dark Annie domestic 349 Ash. 

Dark Charles E (McGilliard & Dark), res 

308 College ave. 

Darling Arthur H, elk Monon Route, bds 

175 E Market. 
Darling Cora, bds n w cor Lenox and 7th. 
Darling Henry, supt, res 381 W 2d. 
Darling Has, huckster, res Udell (N I). 
Darling James, tilemkr U S Encaustic Tile 

works, res 128 W 5th. 
Darling Mary, dressmkr A J Spratt, bds 

309 N California. 

Darling Oliver P, foreman Globe Excelsior 

works, res cor 7th and Howard. 
Darling Samuel, painter, res 625 N West. 
Darling Walter, mach U S Encaustic Tile 

works, res 781 N Mississippi. 
Darmody John F, packer Daggett & Co, 

bds 31 Sinker. 
Darmody Joseph M, tailor L S Ayres & Co, 

res 31 Sinker. 
Darmody Richard J, tailor L S Ayres & 

Co, res 31 Sinker. 
Darmody Thomas, driver Daggett & Co, 

res 31 Sinker. 
Darnaby Robert E, printer A R Baker, res 

131 N Noble. 
Darnall Louis L, switchman Union RyCo, 

res 94 Duncan. 

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Durnall Walter S, mach Lock Seam Elbow 

Mnfg Co, bds 94 Duncan. 
Darnall Zeralda(wid Wm), res 94 Duncan. 
Darnell, see also Durnell. 
Darnell Abraham, elk Thomas North, res 

299 Virginia ave. 
Darnell Abraham L, lab, bds 86 Willow. 
Darnell Calvin F, res 738 N Illinois. 
Darnell Charles S. baker 504 E "Washing- 
ton, res same. 
Darnell Clarence B, binder W B Burford, 

bds 922 N Mississippi. 
Darnell Eliza (wid Turpin), bds 525 N 

Alabama 
Darnell Ella, domestic Denison House. 
Darnell Hiram, lab, bds 147 Elm. 
Darnell Mrs Margaret J, res 922 N Mis- 
sissippi. 
^Darnell Robert, lab, res 753 Brookers 

alley. 
Darnell Thomas C, carp, res 922 N Mis- 
sissippi. 
Darnell Wm O, chaser Mutchner & Hig- 

gins Co, res 27 N Tennessee. 
Darner John C, lab, res Irvington. 
Darrah Thomas W, lather, bds 7G N New 

Jersey. 
Darrow Benjamin C, trav agt McKee & 

Branham, res 545 N Illinois. 
Darrow Benjamin L, elk I D &S Elevator 

Co, bds 545 N Illinois. 
Darrow Bros (Philo C and George S), 

printers 35 W Market. 
Darrow George S (Darrow Bros), bds 545 

N Illinois. 
Darrow Philo C (Darrow Bros), res 545 N 

Illinois. 
Darter Amos R,Icarpet weaver, rms 502J 

E Washington. 
Darter Charles E, teamster, bds 320 E 

Louisiana. 
Darter Sarah E (wid Amos E), res 24J S 

New Jersey. 
Dasher Elwood M, theatrical agt, res 245 

N Illinois. 

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Dasher Grace L, bds 245 N Illinois. 

Dashiell Charles F, ry postal elk, res 47 
Fletcher ave. 

Dashiell Masten, cooper Wm Baird, res 82 
Willow. 

Daubenspeck Nancy, res Irvington. 

Daubeuspeck Nelson, mer police, res 25 W 
1st. 

Dauer Charles W, painter, bds 463 S Me- 
ridian. 

Dauer Nellie L, laundress, res 35 E South. 

Dauffalder Louis, barber G Hofmann, res 
32 S Mississippi. 

Daugherty, see also Doherty and Dougherty. 

Daugherty Charles, fireman, bds n w cor 
State and Michigan ave. 

Daugherty Clifton, res 72 Spruce. 

Daugherty Daniel P agt, drugs 142 S Me- 
ridian, res 180 N Illinois. 

Daugherty Dotia (wid George), rms 230 N 
Mississippi. 

Daugherty Edgar J, trav agt, bds 400 N 
Illinois. 

Daugherty Eliza J, res 72 Spruce. 

Daugherty James M, elk C Hagerhorst, bds 
232 S Tennessee. 

Daugherty John, fireman C St L & P E E, 
bds n w cor State and Michigan ave. 

Daugherty John H (Long & Daugherty), 
res Irvington. 

Daugherty John W, trav agt, res 641 N 
Illinois. 

Daugherty Joseph F, res 417 Indiana ave. 

Daugherty Mattie, domestic Nathaniel 
Hardy (W I). 

Daugherty Patrick J, patrolman, res 76 
Arizona 

Daugherty Wm H, cooper, res 19 S West. 

Daum Lizzie, domestic 252 N Noble. 

Daumont Henry, jeweler 23 Mass ave, res 
320 N Alabama. 

Daupert Elmer, sorter Ewart Mnfg Co, bds 
Haughville. 

Daus John, mach Atlas works, bds 261 Da- 
vidson. 

Dausch Ann (wid Anthony) res 113 Spring. 

Daven Catharine (wid Peter), res 79 Ann. 

Davenport Annie (wid Thomas), news 
dealer 184 Virginia ave, res same. 

Davenport Frank B, cashr N Y Life Ins 
Co, res 166 Ash. 

Davenport George, tailor, bds 117 W Mc- 
Carty. 

*Davenport Henry, lab, res rear 78 Yan- 
des. 

Davenport John, bds 166 Ash. 

Davenport John, lab, bds 63 Dougherty. 

Davenport Thomas jr, lab, bds 63 Dough- 
erty. 

Davey, see also Davy. 

Davey Wm, engineer Vandalia Line, rms 
163 W South. 

David Alice K, music teacher 210 Union, 
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David Dollie, teacher public school No 6, 
bds 210 Union. 

David George F, yard master, res 258 Chris- 
tian ave. 

David Joseph F, brakeman C I St L & C 
R7, res 131 Huron. 

David Thomas S, meats East Market, res 
210 Union. 

David Wm C, spec agt Equitable Accident 
Ins Co, res 323 N Illinois. 

David Wm T, miller Eichardson & Evans, 
res 22 Minerva. 

Davids Wm, bricklayer, res 125 Lincoln 
Lane. 

Davidson, .see also Davison. 

Davidson Andrew, wks Atlas works. 

Davidson David, finisher Indpls Chair Co, 
res 101 Nebraska. 

Davidson Dorman N, ins agt, res 424 
Broadway. 

Davidson Dorman N jr, with C L DeWitt, 
bds 424 Broadway. 

Davidson Gaylon, gardener, res s s Johnson 
1 w of Reisner (W I). 

Davidson George F, trav agt A Booth & 
Son. res Louisville, Ky. 

Davidson George H, carp Capital City 
Planing Mill, res 180 Dougherty. 

Davidson George P, carpet layer, bds 309 
E New York. 

Davidson James, hack driver, bds 2471 S 
Tennessee. 

Davidson James H, dyer George Merritt & 
Co, res 572 W Washington (W I). 

Davidson Jefferson, elk, bds n e cor Oak 
and Vine. 

Davidson Jefferson, teamster, res 12 Malott 
ave. 

Davidson Jennie L, teacher Orphans' Home, 
res 394 Broadway. 

Davidson Jeptha, lab D E Stone & Co, res 
106 Cherry. 

Davidson John, agt, res 170 Davidson. 

Davidson Kate, teacher, rms 173 W Mich- 
igan. 

Davidson Lincoln D, lab D E Stone & Co, 
res 58 Brookside ave. 

Davidson Max, lab, res 57 Dunlop. 

Davidson Nancy (wid Henry), res 247^ S 
Tennessee. 

Davidson Noah N, lumber 36 Sentinel 
bldg, res n end Highland ave. 

Davidson Preston A, res u end Highland 
ave. 

Davidson Robert G, yardman W A David- 
son, bds 309 E New York. 

Davidson Robert H, bkkpr W A David- 
son, bds 309 E New York. 

Davidson Samuel J, carp Moore Combina- 
tion Desk Co, res e s Rural (Brightwood). 

Davidson Thomas J, miller Jacob Ehris- 
man, bds 136 Clifford ave. 

Davidson Thomas J, brakeman, bds 180 
Dougherty. 



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Davidson Wesley, gardener, res e s Bel- 
mont ave 1 s of Johnson (W I). 

Davidson Wm, lab, bds 180 Dougherty. 

Davidson "Wm A, Coal and Wood 
302 E New York, res 309 same. 

Davie, see Davy. 

Davies Mary L (wid Arthur), elk Domestic 
Sewing Machine Co, res 50 Fletcher ave. 

Davies Max, elk A Borchert, bds 579 Madi- 
son ave. 

Davin Patrick, lab Sinker Davis & Co. 

Davis Abel E, overseer, res 346 N West. 

*Davis Abner, lab, res 207 W 2d. 

Davis Albert McC, bds 711 N Tennessee. 

Davis Alexander H, baker, res 449 S East. 

Davis Alfred D, mer police,bds 153 Huron. 

Davis Allen H, baggagemaster W St L & 
P Ry, res 88 S Liberty. 

Davis Amanda H (wid Benjamin F,) bds 
309 E Ohio. 

*Davis Andrew, coachman John Faehr 
Spencer House. 

*Davis Andrew, lab, bds 318 W North. 

■■Davis Mrs Anna, res rear 225 Michigan 
ave. 

Davis Arthur M, mach Bee Line, res 
Brightwood. 

Davis Bartholomew, painter, res 166 Eliza- 
beth. 

*Davis Belle, bds 275 W North. 

Davis Benjamin, real estate, res 100 En- 
glish ave. 

Davis Benjamin F, Lawyer 101 
E Washington, res same. 

*Davis Benjamin J, driver H Schurmann, 
res rear 789 N Mississippi. 

Davis Benjamin N, produce, res Addison 
(NI). 

Davis Calvert, engineer Belt R R, res 188 
Buchanan. 

Davis Calvin R, foreman Kimberlin Mnfg 
Co, res 245 W McCarty. 

Davis Catherine M, res 17 Lockerbie. 

Davis Charles, finisher Udell works, bds 
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^*Davis Charles, lab Crown Hill Cemetery, 

u res same. 

^ Davis Charles, switchman, res Decatur 

o (W I). 

-' Davis Charles A, elk, bds s e cor Morris 

and Wright. 
Davis Charles A, wks Stewart Place. 
Davis Charles C, finisher Sarven wheel 

works, res349| S Meridian. 
Davis Charles L, elk Schulmeyer Bros, res 

132 E St Joseph. 
Davis Charles S, res 35 W St Clair. 
Davis Charles W, storekeeper car works, 

res Williams (W I). 
®Davis Charlotte (wid Nelson) res 105 

Hosbrook. 
Davis Clinton, lab H W Laut&Co, res 162 

Virginia ave. 
Davis David, lab Indpls Mall Iron Co, res 

Haughville. 
*Davis David, lab, bds 15 Rhode Island. 
Davis David A, huckster, res Francis 

(N I). 
Davis David M, barber, bds Emmett 

House. 
Davis David S, painter, res 63 Smith. 
Davis Edgnr W, engineer C I St L & C Ry, 

res 289 English ave. 
Davis Edward D, res 762 N Mississippi. 
Davis Edward H, lab Wm H Coleman, bds 

w s Japan 1 n of Belt R R. 
Davis Elizabeth, domestic 151 N Illinois. 
Davis Elizabeth (wid Wm H), rms 164 E 

W^ashington. 
Davis Ella, teacher public school No 3, 

bds 590 N Illinois. 
Divis Ellen, washer New York Steam 

Laundry, bds w s S Tennessee nr South. 
Davis Elsie C, domestic 456 Clifford ave. 
Davis Emerson, molder, bds 449 S East. 
Davis Emma A, seamstress, bds 371 N Ten- 
nessee. 
Davis Emma E (wid Isaac), res 244 N East. 
Davis Ernest G, elk G B Walton, bds 61 

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Davis Eva, dressmkr, res 22 Church. 

Davis Francis M, switchman, bds 88 S Lib- 
erty. 

Davis Frank, mach ha id M & C Union, res 
205 E Georgia. 

Davis Frederick A W, vice-pres and treas 
Indpls Water Co, res 175 E Merrill. 

Davis Gabriel, rms 282 W Michigan. 

*Davis George, driver C E Kregelo, rms 77 
N Delaware. 

*Davis George L, lab, res 45 Guffin. 

Davis George L, stereotyper Indpls Stereo- 
type works, bds 250 E Vermont. 

Davis George W, lab, bds Armstrong (N I). 

•■■■Davis Giles A, blksmith, res 501 N West. 

Davis Giles M, blksmith rear 117 W Wash- 
ington, res 43 Ellsworth. 

Davis Grant, lab C H Gillett & Co. 

Davis Harry, foreman Bee Line, bds B A 
Clark, Brightwood.'l 

Davis Harry M, finisher Indpls Cabinet Co, 
res w s S East 1 n of Belt R R. 

Davis Harvey, elk L Dessar 162 Virginia 
ave. 

Davis Helen M (wid James P), res 415 N 
East. 

•■'Davis Henry, porter Donnan & Off, 
177 W 5th. 

"Davis Henry, driver gas works, res 428 
Lafayette R R. 

Davis Henry, carp Indpls Mall Iron Co, 
res Haughville. 

Davis Henry, mach Frederick Dietz, res 
120 Dougherty. 

Davis Henry L, steamfitter, res 280 Miami. 

Davis Ida, seamstress, res 66 W Maryland. 

Davis Ida M, bds 173 Broadway. 

Davis Ira, lab Sinker, Davis & Co, res 45J 
Virginia ave. 

Davis Isaac B, elk I B & W Ry, bds 244 N 
East. 

•■'Davis Isaac B, waiter J Shaffner, res 403 
W North. 

Davis Isabel (wid Milton), res 26 W 1st. 

Davis Jacob, barber J Ungericht, bds 17 
Kentucky ave. 

Davis James H, fireman, res 299 E Ver- 
mont. 

Davis James C, teamster, res 35 Plum. 

Davis James E, bds 404 N Illinois. 

Davis James E, salesman D C Gill, res 256^ 
W Washington. 

Davis James F, foreman car works, bds 175 
Had ley ave(W I). 

Davis James H, bds 22 S West. 

Davis James H, foreman hook and ladder 
No 1, res s w cor Vermont and Liberty. 

Davis James O, nickel plater, res 455 W 
Pratt. 

■••■'Davis James W, lalo, res rear 78 Yandes. 

*Davis Jane (wid Samuel), res 371 W 
North. 

Davis Jennie A, bds 462 N Penn. 

Davis Jessie A, res 70 W Maryland. 



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Davis John, wellsinker 22 S West, res same. 

Davis John, bricklayer, bds 150 Virginia 
ave. 

-••'Davis John, lab, res 39 Ehode Island. 

*Davis John D, janitor, res 24 Newman. 

Davis John I, painter, res 41 Madison ave. 

*Davis John M, hostler, res 19 W Pratt. 

Davis John P, elk Hendriekson, Lefler & 
Co, res 391 "N East. 

Davis John P, stairbuilder M & C Union, 
res 155 Elm. 

Davis John E, mess Am Ex, res 979 N 
Tennessee. 

Davis John W, housemover 113 N Dela- 
ware, res same. 

Davis John W, switchman C St L & P R K, 
res 70 Meek. 

Davis John W, elk, bds 132 E St Joseph. 

Davis John W, tinner 478 E New York, 
res 114 Clinton. 

Davis Joseph, huckster, res 139 Huron, 

Davis Joseph S, mach hand Indpls Cabinet 
Co, res 99 John. 

Davis Joseph T, helper Knight & Jillson, 
bds 22 S West. 

Davis Joseph W, carp, res 178 Shelby. 

Davis Josie, attendant Insane Hospital. 

*Davis Juda (wid Samuel), bds 73 Hill 
ave. 

Davis Lambert D, second hand goods 416 
W Washington, res same. 

Davis Latham, sec'y Sinker, Davis & Co, 
bds225NPenn. ^ * 

Davis Lewis B, jeweler 604^ Virginia ave, 
res 21 Shelby. 

Davis Lewis W, carp, res 238 Chestnut. 

*Davis Louis J, lab, res 3 Guffin. 

*Davis Luella, bds 275 W North. 

Davis Mago-ie, dressmkr, rms 115 N Illi- 
nois. 

Davis Mrs Maggie,domestic 180 N Illinois. 

Davis Maggie I F, bds 63 Smith. 

*Davis Majer, coachman 655 N Delaware. 

Davis Margaret (wid Ira), boarding 117 N 
Tennessee. 

Davis Margaret A, ironer New York Steam 
Laundry, bds 22 S West. 

Davis Maria (wid Jesse W), dressmkr, res 
272 S New Jersey. 

Davis Marietta A (wid Jefferson C), res 
173 Broadway. 

Davis Mark C, supreme cashr Order of the 
Iron Hall, res 293 E Market. 

Davis Mark S, broker 77 S Meridian,f bds 
Grand Hotel. 

*Davis Marshall, barber A Buckner,.rms 
216 W Washington. 

'*Davis Martha (wid Benjamin), laundress, 
res rear 180 W 1st. 

*Davis Martha (wid Amos), res 641 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Davis Martha*E, teacher, bds 590 N Illi- 
nois. 

Davis Martin, elk, rms 30 Hubbard block. 



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At Lowest Rates. 

Davis Mary (wid Wm), res 128 Dougherty. 
Davis Mary, waiter W C T U lunch room. 
Davis Mrs Mary, rms 31 Grand Opera 

block. 
Davis Mary E (wid Charles A), janitress, 

res 68i Mass ave. 
Davis Mary E, starcher New . York steam 

laundry, bds 22 S West. 
Davis Mary L (wid Arthur E), res 50 

Fletcher ave. 
Davis Mary L, elk A P Garrison, bds 50 

Fletcher ave. 
Davis Maud, seamstress, bds 249 N Ten- 



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Davis Maud, sorter U S I 

works, bds 478 NCaliforn. 
Davis May, rms 90 N New .,' -^ey. 
Davis Minnie, domestic 13- -' Maryland. 
Davis Mo.ses, plasterer, res i' 'Ulon. 
Davis Myrtle, res 167 W M;. ket, 
Davis Nancy (wid Eli), res J 62 Virginia 

ave. 
Davis Nancy N (wid George), res 140 E 

North. 
*Davis Nannie, domestic 75 W North. 
Davis Nellie, domestic 161 Fletcher ave. 
Davis Oscar, plater Standard Electro Plate 

works, rms Bristol block. 
■■■■Davis Oscar G, lab Bates House, bds 501 

N West. 
Davis Patrick, policeman, res 355 S West. 
"*Davis Peter, coachman O S Gillette, res 

rear 282 Central ave. 
*Davis Preston, lab, res 298 W St Clair. 
Davis Quincy, farmer, res Irviugton. 
Davis Eachel, res 66 Virginia ave. 
Davis Eichard, grinder Standard Electro 

Plate works, bds 210 W 6th. 
Davis Eichard A, elk C St L & P E E, bds 

61 Eockwood. 
Davis Eobert, carp, bds Sunny Hill, Brook- 
side ave. 
"••■Davis Eobert, driver, res rear 276 W New 

York. 



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Davis Robert, foreman J C Adams, res s e 

cor Legrand and Boyd aves. 
*Davis Robert, lab bds 37 Ellen. 
Davis Robert, tile layer, bds 210 W 6th. 
Davis Robert A, physician 272 N Noble, 

res 269 Dougherty. 
Davis Robert C, surgical instrumentmkr 

Cominger & Manker, res 89 Darnell. 
Davis Robert F, saw grinder Atkins saw 

works, res 372 W New York. 
*Davis Robert G, janitor, bds 73 Hill ave. 
Davis Samantha G (wid John W), res Irv- 

ingtou, Ind. 
Davis Samuel, tinner I L Frankem, res 490 

N Mississippi. 
*Davis Samuel H, blksmith 735 E 7th, res 

73 Hill ave. 
Davis Sarah (wid Halden), res 752 N Mis- 
sissippi. 
*Davis Sarah (wid Charles), bds 10 Athon. 
Davis Sarah 0; seamstress, bds 92 Indiana 

ave. 
*Davis Scott, porter Grand Hotel. 
Davis Stella, res 274 PrespecL T^xA-Jn.i.i/' 
Davis Thomas, bds 82 Mass ave. 
Davis Thomas, pres Sinker Davis & Co, res 

225 N Penn. 
Davis Thomas G, rms 164 E Washington. 
Davis Thomas J, lab, bds 22 S West. 
Davis Thomas L, printer Indiana Baptist, 

bds 79 Fletcher ave. 
Davis Wells W, engineer I D & S Ry, res 

37 Bates. 
*Davis Wesley, hostler, bds 19 W Pratt. 
Davis Wesley M, carriage trimmer J M 

Bohmie, res w s Japan 1 s of Nevada. 
Davis Willard, engineer, res 269 Pleasant. 
Davis Wm, bds 711 N Tennessee. 
Davis Wm, grocer 91 Shelby, res 195 E 

Ohio. 
■■'■Davis Wm, lab, res 294 Bright. 
*Dayis Wm, lab, res 379 W North. 
Davis Wm, mach hand Udell works, bds 

N Jndpls. 

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■•Davis Wra, lab Haugh, Ketcham & Co^ 

res 339 W Morris. 
Davis Wm A, mach, bds 139 Huron, 
Davis Wm C, Physician n w cor W 

Washington and Belmont ave, res same 

(WI). 
Davis Wm C, printer, bds 37 Bates. 
Davis Wm E, deputy township assessor,res 

235 Blake. 
Davis Wm E, engineer, bds 88 S Liberty. 
Davis Wm H, pumpmkr 7 Indiana ave, 

res 90 Hosbrook. 
Davis Wm H, finisher Udell works, res 

N Ind pis. 
Davis Wm K, mach C F Layrock & Co, 

res 15 Hoyt ave. 
Davis Wm T, fireman, res w s Miley ave 

8 n of W Washington. 
Davis, patternmkr, res 45^ Virginia ave. 
Davison, see also Davidson. 
*Davison Edward, cook, res 563 E St Clair. 
Davison Jefferson, lab, bds 136 Clifford ave. 
Davison Mollie F, res 597 N Illinois. 
Davison Oscar R, driver Indiana Paper 

Co, res 44 Leon. 
Davison Owen, carp, res 114 Plum. 
Davison Sallie I, asst sec'y National Sur- 
gical Institute, bds 597 N Illinois. 
Davy, see also Davey 
Davy Francis P, lab, bds 92 S West. 
Davy James E, lab Wood & Smith, res 92 

S West. 
Davy John, saloon Haughville, res same. 
Davy Margaret, housekeeper 92 S West. 
Davy Martin L, lab Wood & Smith, bds 

92 S West. 
Davy Michael J, lab Wood & Smith, bds 

92 S West. 
Davy Sidney, lab, bds 324 W Maryland. 
Davy Walter W, printer A R Baker, res 

510 N California. 
Dawes Ephraim C (Dawes & McGettigan),, 

res Cincinnati, O. 
Dawes & McGettigan (Ephraim C Dawes, 

John E McGettigan), railroad supplies 

67 W Maryland. 
Dawkins Alfred, lab, res 27 Catherine. 
Dawson Abraham H,res 105 Wright ( W I). 
Dawson Alfred, lab, res 172 Alvord. 
Dawson Arthur W, elk Henry Syerup & 

Son, res 700 N West. 
Dawson Catherine J (wid Riley), bds 318 

Bellefontaine. 
Dawson Charles F, policeman, res 296 Vir- 
ginia ave. 
Dawson Charles S, bartender GT Neal, res 

281 N East. 
*Dawson Chelley, domestic 361 Ash. 
Dawson Edward C, hay buyer, res 144 

Greer. 
Dawson Emma, teacher, bds 456 Clifford 

ave. 
Dawson George, engineer, res n w cor Al- 
vord and 7th. 



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Dawson George E. decorator, res 58 Cherry. 

Dawson George L, painter Backus & Rea- 
gan, res 38 Leon. 

Dawson Henry C, res 41 Buchanan. 

Dawson James M, elk recorder's office, 
rms 132 W Ohio. 

Dawson James W, filler, res 178 Pleasant. 

*Dawson Jennie, domestic 31 Prospect. 

Dawson John, grinder Ewart Mntg Co, bds 
260 Douglass. 

Dawson John, turner H Herrmann, bds 66 
English ave. 

*Dawson John L, lab, res 233 E Ohio. 

Dawson Joseph, lab, res 405 W Washing- 
ton. 

Dawson Louisa (wid Daniel), bds 281 N 
East. 

Dawson Mack P, carp, res 3 Minerva. 

Dawson Richard L, trav agt, bds 318 Belle- 
foutaine. 

Dawson Robert, huckster, res Udell (N I). 

Dawson Samuel C, hay dealer, res 164 
Olive. 

Dawson Thomas M, fireman Wood & 
Smith, res 79 S California. 

Dawson Wm P, carp, res 25 Smithson. 

Day, see also CDay. 

Day Charles H. lab, bds 277 Fayette. 

Day Charles W, molder Indpls MhU Iron 
works, bds 94 Bloomington (W I). 

Day Cora M, teacher public school No 11, 
bds 125 W 2d. 

Day Daniel, cooper, bds 213 W Maryland. 

Day David T, shoemkr, bds 174 Archer. 

Day Elihu T, res 557 S East. 

Day Mrs Elihu T, dry goods 557 S East, 
res same. 

Day Franklin W, buver D P Irwin & Co, 
bds 151 N Illinois.' 

Day George W (Evans, Day & Co), res 
New York City. 

Day Harry McC, student, bds 122 N Penn. 

Day Rev Henry, bds 122 N Penn. 

Day James M, lab, bds 261 Fayette. 

Day Jesse, fireman J M & I R R, bds 733 
E Ohio. 

Day John, cooper, bds 213 W Maryland. 

Day Joseph, lab Wood & Smith, bds 557 S 
East. 

Day Josephine, teacher public school No 
17, bds 125 W 2d. 

Day Lucinda (wid Wm), res 94 Blooming- 
ton (W I). 

Day Margaret McC, bds 122 N Penn. 

Day Mary, domestic Clifton Comly. 

*Day Mary A (wid John W), res 176 Pat- 
terson. 

Day Richard L, insurance, res 125 W 2d. 

Day Thomas C (Thomas C Day & Co), res 
820 N Meridian. 

Day Xlionias C & Co (Xhomas 
C Day, Wm C Griffith., Mortgage, 
Loans and Real Estate, 72 E Market, 
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Sammons & Mueller, 

Haupt Office, Zweig, Yard 

7 Virginia Ave. 155 W. Wash. 149 S. Alabama. 
Telephone 795. 



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Gibs, Abzn gsroehren, Lattcn, Kohlen and Coke. 

Day Walter S, trav agt, rms 146 N Illinois. 
Deakin Wm F, lab Atkins saw works, bds 

151 W South. 
Deal, see also Deel. 

Deal Alice (wid Samuel), res Irvington. 
*Deal Edward, waiter, rms 60 W Market. 
Deal Peoria, domestic 30 College ave. 
Deam Susan (wid Charles), res 50 Belle- 

fontaine. 
Dean, see also Dehne. 

/Dean Ai.na, attendant Insane Hospital. 
/Dean Anna R, nurse Flower Mission Train- 

ing School for Nurses, res City Hospital. 
Dean Benjamin F, engineer C I St L & C 

Ry, res 177 S Noble. 
Dean Bert, molder Eagle works, bds 177 S 

Noble. 
Dean Bridget C, dressmkr L S Ayres & Co. 

res 331 E New York. 
Dean Brothers' Steam Pump 

ISVorks, Edward H Dean Pres, W 

R Dean Vice-pres, J C Dean Sec'y and 

Treas, W H Dean Supt, s w cor Madison 

ave and Ray. 
Dean Clara, res 27 N Noble. 
Dean Cynthia A (wid Thomas L), res 490 

N California. 
Dean Edward H, pres Dean Bros Steam 

Pump works, res 355 Madison ave. 
*Dean Frank M, lab Steel Pulley and Mach 

works, res 308 N Blackford. 
Dean George C, printer Sentinel, bds 490 

N California. 
Dean Harriet R (wid John), res 36 Coburn. 
Dean Irvin M, with T B Laycock & Co, 

bds 385 S Meridian. 
Dean James M, bds James Chalmers. 
Dean John C, sec'y and treas Dean Bros 

Steam Pump works, res 36 Coburn. 
Dean Jobn "W, Genl Mngr New 

York Life Insurance CoOTalbott Block, 

res 406 Bellefontaine; Telephone 797. 
Dean Kate, asst S B Murray, res 30 Circle. 
Dean Lillie L (wid Ward), bds 287 Indi- 



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12 and 15 Thorpe Block'. 

Dean Lottie M, wks F R Jennings, bds 267 

N West. 
*Dean Malinda, bds 291 Bright. 
Dean Mary, laundress Grand Hotel. 
■Dean Mary, res 172 E Vermont. 
Dean Mary, housekeeper 30 Coburn. 
Dean Matthew E, fireman C I St L .*t C Ry, 

bds 177 S Noble. 
*Dean Melville, lab, res 148 E Wabash. 
Dean Milton, sawyer F M Bachman, res 

lis Kenniugton. 
Dean Mollie A, elk L S Ayres & Co, bds 

331 E New York. 
Dean Nora, domestic 831 N Tennessee. 
Dean Russell H, elk, res 40G Bellefontaine. 
Dean Terrence, res 331 E New York. 
Dean Thomas, trav agt Dean Bros Steam 

Pump works, res 184 E Morris. 
Dean Thomas E, printer Sentinel, bds 490 

N California. 
Dean Ward II, supt Dean BrosSteam Pump 

works, bds 1094 N Tennessea. 
Dean Wilfred R, vice-pres Dean Bros Steam 

Pump works, res 36 Coburn. 
Dean Wm, ho.stler Frank Bird. 
Dean Wm, lab, res 25 Patterson. 
Dean Wm, mach hand car works, res 474 S 

Tennessee. 
Deaue Charles H, foreman, bds 221 W New 

York. 
Deane Frederick, finisher Indpls Chair Co. 
Deane John, mach Atlas works, rms 18 W 

Georgia. 
Deane John H, civil engineer I B & W Ry, 

res 221 W New York. 
Deank John, lab, res 399 S Missouri. 
Dearborn Anna B (wid O J), bds 106 Park 

ave. 
Dearborn Claire S, 

res 106 Park ave. 
Dearinger Charles F, paper hanger, bds 

437 N Mississippi. 
Dearinger Daniel H, carp, bds 106 Lex- 
ington ave. 

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Dearing:er David, Contractor and 

Builder 437 N Mississippi, res same. 
Dearinger David jr, carp D Dearinger, bds 

437 N Mississippi. 
Dearinger Edward A, fireman, bds 437 N 

Mississippi. 
Dearinger Frank B, plasterer, res 313 E 

Georgia. 
Dearinger Simeon, plasterer, res 106 Lex- 
ington ave. 
Dearinger Wm R, carp D Dearinger, res 

30 Hosbrook. 
Dearks Bernhardt, lab, res 129 Lincoln 

Lane. 
Dearman Robert G, elk, bds 160 Virginia 

ave. 
DeArmond T J, rimmer Sarven wheelwks. 
Dearmin, see also Deerman. 
Dearmin Elmer, brakeman Belt R R, bds 

81 W Ohio. 
De-^rmin Isabel (wid Milton), res 81 W 

Ohio. 
Dearmin Robert, elk The Bowen-Merrill 

Co, bds 160 Virginia ave. 
Deathe James C, trav agt, res 124 S Noble. 
DeAlley Eva, nurse, 605 N Delaware. 
Deatly Effie, domestic 894 N Illinois. 
Dehber Herman, lab, bds 18 Shelby. 
Debolt Michael, city agt J L Keach. 
Del)oyce Orson, lab, res 224 Madison ave. 
DeBruler David, watchman, res 335 W^ 

Market. 
DeBurger Charles, molder Indpls Mall 

Iron Co, res Mt Jackson. 
DeBurger George, car driver, res 19Sharpe. 
DeBusk Cassie, cutter J F Baker, bds 324 

N Noble. 
DeBusk John W, foreman J F Baker, bds 

324 N Noble. 
Deck Henry C, printer A R Baker, res 241 

Bright. 
Deck Wm C, bds 378 E Market. 
Decker Bernard, mach Nordyke & Mar- 

mon Co, bds 390 S Tennessee. 
Decker Charles M, lab Atlas works, bds 311 

Peru. 
Decker Christian, lab, bds 64 Downey. ' 

Decker Christina (wid John), res 178 W 

9th. 
Decker Conrad, saloon 172 CliflTord ave, res 

184 Dorman. 
Decker Edward, bartender, res Brightwood. 
Decker Harry C, lab C H Gillett & Co, res 

25 Galling. 
Decker Henry, sec'y Electric L and G H & 

I Co, res 146 Union. 
Decker Henry, carp CI St L & C Ry. 
Decker Ida, stenogr, bds 390 S Tennessee. 
Decker* Justus, lab Frederick Dietz, res 64 

Downey. 
Decker Lizzie, seamstress, bds 64 Downey. 
Decker Mary, bds 180 N New Jersey. 
Dedert Charles, elk Hendrickson, Lefier & 

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Dedert Edward C, elk Wm F Piel & Co, 
h(1s 487 E Market. 

Dedert Wm, elk, res 487 E Market. 

Dedert Wm C (Dedert & Sudbrock), bds 
487 E Market. 

Dedert & Sudbrock (Wm C Dedert, Frank 
H Sudbrock), dry goods 192 E Wash- 
ington. 

Dedlein Herman, foreman H Herrmann, res 
122 Kennington. 

Dedricks Dora (wid John), res 672 S Me- 
ridian. 

Dee John, lab Kiugan & Co, rms 8 King- 
an's Hall. 

Dee Mary, domestic 300 W New York. 

Dee Mollie, domestic Institution for the 
Blind. 

Dee Wm, stoker gas works, res 215 S Ala- 
bama. 

Deeds A Kate, telephone opr, bds 77 W 
Michigan. 

Deeds Harry W, chief opr C U Tel Co, res 
77 W Michigan. 

Deeds Mary E (wid John W), res 77 W 
Michigan. 

Deegan Margaret (wid Daniel), bds Thomas 
Deegan. 

Deegan Thomas, molder Indpls Mall Iron 
Co), res Haughville. 

Deel, see ako Deal. 

Deel Laura, bds 294 N Tennessee. 

Deel Lucy, domestic 24 Ft Wanye ave. 

Deem, see also Deam. 

Deem David F, chemist Eli Lilly & Co, bds 
Occidental Hotel. 

Deer, .see aho Doerr. 

Deer Charles M, lab, bds 330 N Spring. 

Deer John, tailor Smith's Chemieal Dye 
works, res 109 Benton. 

Deer J Henry, engineer Bee Line, res 150 
Clifford ave. 

Deer berg Charles W, tailor W F Eupp, res 
52 Beaty. 

Deere Harry, packer Indpls Cabinet Co, 
res Brookville. 

Deering, see also Dering. 

Deering: ^Wm & Co, J D Truett 
General Agent, Harvesting Machinery 
192 to 200 W Market 

Deerman, see also Deai~min. 

Deerman Loren, elk Knight & Jillson, bds 
114 N Tennessee. 

Deery Alice (wid Henry), res 263 S Dela- 
ware. 

Deery Bridget (wid Edward), res 147 Park 
ave. 

l>eery James H, Supt Carriers' P O, 
res 341 N Pine. 

Deery John A, paperhanger Albert Gall, 
res cor Michigan and Railroad. 

Deery Mary A, milliner, bds 263 S Dela- 
ware 

Deery Peter E, paperhanger Albert Gall, 
res 174 Park ave. 



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Deeter Samuel M, brakeman Bee Line, res 
Brightwood. 

"•■■Deey Graham, servant 209 N Penn. 

Deffanlx Elizabeth (wid Louis F), bds 343 
N Pine. 

Deffaulx Louis F, cabinetmakr, res 343 N 
Pine. 

Deffenbaugh, see also Duffenhaugh. 

Deffenbaugh Philip, hostler Nordyke & 
Marmon Co, res 148 Hadley ave (W I). 

Deford Etna, fireman Atlas works, res 71 
Hill ave. 

Deford John A, elk E B Dill, res n s Ma- 
ryland bet Delaware and Alabama. 

Defrees Mary (wid James), bds 329 Peru. 

Defrees Morris M, engineer bridge dept I 
B & W Ry, res 74 W Michigan. 

Defrees Rollin M, inspector Atlas works, 
res 329 Peru. 

Defrieze Frances (wid Elias), res n \v cor 
Darnell and Oregon. 

Degear Eliza J (wid Hugh) bds 127 Pat- 
terson. 

Degnan Patrick, helper, res 196 Meek. 

Degnan Winifred (wid Thomas), bds 196 
Meek. 

Degner Anna, seamstress, bds 22 Archer. 

Degner Charles, lab, res 34 Carlos. 

Degner Eva, agt, bds 22 Archer. 

Degner Wm, watchman Atkins saw works, 
res 22 Archer. 

Degner Wm H, grinder Atkins saw works, 
bds 22 Archer. 

DeGolyer Lauren F, mngr H H Lee, res 
269 N Mississippi. 

DeHart Austin, teamster, res 38 Green- 
wood. 

DeHart Oliver M, meat market Udell, res 
same (N I). 

DeHaven Andrew, paperhanger Eastman, 
Schleicher & Lee, res 354 Bellefontaiae. 

DeHaven Andrew jr, paperhanger, res 3 
Bacon block. 

DeHaven Annie, cook L Hanshaw, res 80 
N Delaware. 

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DeHaven George W, paperh anger, bds 3 

Bacon block. 
DeHaven Howard G, paperhanger, bds 3 

Bacon block. 
DeHaven Jesse, plasterer, res 325 S Ala- 
bama. 
DeHaven Jesse W, sawmkr W B Barry 

Saw & Supply Co, bds 325 S Alabama. 
De Haven John C, paperhanger, res 2 Bacon 

block. 
Dehne, .see also Dean. 
Dehne Charles (Charles Dehne & Bro), res 

248 S Penn. 
Dehne Charles L, helper J W Buchanan, 

bds 215 Davidson. 
Dehne Charles & Bro (Charles and Wm) 

flour 300 E Washington. 
Dehne Robert, music teacher 435 E Mc- 

Carty, res same. 
DehneWm (Charles Dehne & Bro), res 215 

Davidson. 
Dehne Wm G F, mach hand F Scheirich, 

bds 215 Davidson. 
Dehner Henry, huckster, res 18 Buchanan. 
Dehner .John, lab, res 451 S Illinois. 
Dehner Peter, lab Sarven Whtel works. 
■■Dehoney Clark, lab J B Troup, res 33 

Columbia. 
■•Dehoney James, lab, rms 33 Columbia. 
•■Dehoney Sarah (wid Wm T),bds rear 376 

N Illinois. 
*Dehouey Wm T, lab, bds 488 S Meridian. 
■•'DeHony George, porter Sherman House. 
*Dehony James, lab, res rear 171 N Ten- 
nessee. 
*Dehony Sophia (wid Resin), res rear 171 

N Tennessee. 
Dehorney Belle, domestic 250 N Tennessee. 
Deichler George P, painter, res 344 N Noble. 
Deiher Frank, wks W B Burford. bds 318 

N Pine. 
Deitch Charles F, elk, bds 173 E Market. 
Deitch Clarence C, elk Model Clothing Co, 

bds 173 E Market. 

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I Deitch Felix, carriages, res 173 E Market. 
Deitch Guilford A, lawyer 26 Thorpe 
I block, bds 173 E Market. 
j Deitch Henry, elk Kantrowitz Bros, bds 
! 241 N West. 
Deitch Isadore, carriage dealer, res 242 N 

West. 
Deitch Joseph, res 85 N Alabama. 
Deitch Joseph G, elk Model Clothing Co, 

res 189 E Market. 
Deitch Oscar S, druggist 880 W Washing- 
ton (W I), bds 400 W New York. 
Deitch Othello L, drugs 340 W Washing- 
ton, res same. 
Deitch Otto A, drugs 165 W Washington, 

bds Capital House. 
Deitch Rachel A (wid Joseph L), res 400 

W New York. 
Deitch Solomon, elk O L Deitch, bds 241 

NWest. 
Deitrich, see also Dietrich and Dillrich. 
Deitrich Kate, domestic 755 N Penn. 
Deitrich Laura, bds 452 E North. 
Deitrich Nina, domestic 199 S Pine. 
Dcitz, see also Dietz. 

Deitz Frederick C, lab, bds 202 Agnes. 
Deitz Peter, saloon 249 W Maryland, res 

same. 
Delaggont Wm, painter, bds George Brooks 

Haughville. 
Delhanty Alice, domestic L A Boyd. 
DeLand Thomas A, mngr Mulford & Mc- 

Kenzie, bds Enterprise Hotel. 
Delaney Mrs A, rms Kingan's Hall. 
Delaney Barney, molder car works, res 19 

Macauley. 
Delaney Cornelius, stoker gas works, res 

185 W South. 
Delaney Delia, domestic 617 N Meridian. 
Delaney Edward J, molder, bds 287 W 

Merrill. 
Delaney Fannie B, dressmkr, bds 388 S 

Tennessee. 
Delaney John P, opr W U Tel Co, rms 13 

Vajen block. 
Delaney Julia, trimmer Kingan & Co, bds 

11 W Maryland. 
Delaney Lizzie A, dressmkr, bds 388 S Ten- 
nessee. 
Delaney Maggie, elk, bds 107 High. 
Delaney Maggie, domestic Institution for 

the Blind. 
Delaney Margaret (wid Wm), res 31 State 

(WI). 
Delaney Mary, domestic 19 Morrison. 
Delaney Mary, bds 107 High. 
Delaney Michael, butcher H Sobbe, bds 87 

W Merrill. 
Delaney Michael, saloon 248W Washington, 

res same. 
Delaney Peter, elk P Naughton, res 21 

Maple. 
Delaney Theresa, chambermaid Exchange 

Hotel (WI). 



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High. 
Delanev Wm J, staiuer Western Furniture 

Co, bds 107 High. 
Delaney Wm P, bds 107 High. 
DeLapp Joseph PI, janitor Hutchins block, 

res 20 same. 
Delarn Maud, domestic Insane Hospital. 
Delbrook Ada, bds 674 S Meridian. 
Delbrook Wm, engineer engine co No 4, 

res 674 S Meridian. 
Delks Newton, driver G R Root & Bro, res 

leHill. 
Dell Frank M, Coal and Lime 27 E 
Georgia, res 655 E Washington ; Tele- 
phone 274. 
Dell Margaret (wid Edward J), res 49 E 

Georgia. 
Dell Valentine A, bkkpr F M Dell, res 569 

E Market. 
Dell Wm, res 655 E Washington. 
Dell Wm H A, bkkpr, res 437 Bellefon- 

taine. 
Deller, see Diller. 
Dellet Jacob, candymkr Messick, Cones & 

Co, res 242 Chestnut. 
*Deloche Moody, lab State House, res 749 

Brookers alley. 
DeLong James, trav agt Ilildebrand & Fu- 

gate, res Frankfort, Ind. 
DeLong John M, cooper, res 142 Bates. 
Delp Allen (Delp & Groff), res 430 N New 

Jersey. 
Delp John P, tailor, res 21 S Alabama. 
Delp Olto, elk Fitzgerald & Powell 66 E 

Market, res 167 Huron. 
Delp & Groff (Allen Delp, Charles 
B Groff), Receivers and Shippers of 
Grain, Hay and Mill Feed 15 Chamber 
of Commerce. 
Delury Francis M, lab car works, res 7 

Peru ave. 
Deluse George, saloon 101 S Noble, res 103 

same. 
Deluse John P, saloon 185 E Washington, 

res same- 
Delveaux John W, mach Atlas works, res 

387 College ave. 
DelVecchio Charles T, rms 105 N New 

Jersey. 
Delzell Samuel A, stripper F Hinnenkamp, 

bds w s Alvord 2 s of Belt R R. 
*Demar John M, teamster Indpls Coffin 

Co, res Michigan road bet 6th and 7th. 
Demartine Catherine (wid Louis) fruits 

117 S Illinois, res 124 W Maryland. 
Demartine John, elk C Demartine, bds 124 

W Maryland. 
Demas John, lab I B & W Ry. 
Demerly Thomas W, finisher Indpls Coffin 
. Co, res 526 N Mississippi. 
Demiug Charles O, trav agt, res 927 N Me- 
ridian. 
Demmy, see also Damme. 



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Goods. Correct Plumbing a Specialty. Repairs W^bmJ 
on water, gas and sewer pipes promptly attended I JL I 
to by experienced mechanics. Telephone 850. ^ -* 
91 N. Pennsylvania St. Denison Hotel Blocn. 

Demmy Fannie, seamstress, bds 12 Wil- ^^^ 
lard. t^ 

Demmy John, lab, rms 21 Braden block. ^^»^ 

Demmy Joseph, lab, rms 21 Braden block. ^^ 

Demmy Martin, saddler M M Sulgrove, /*" N 
rms 19 Braden block. ^ |^ ^ 

Demmy Wm H, asst janitor public school f | "1 
No 6, res same. ^ ' i 

Demmy Wm H, lab, rms 21 Braden block. \. i( 

DeMoss Calvin, driver J L Wright & Co, y u 
res 159 Columbia ave. "^^i 

DeMoss Mary F (wid Leander), res 22 y . 

Henry. L^J 

Demott Elmer E, lab Jenney Electric 
Co, res w s Nordvke ave 7 s of Morris 
(WI). 

DeMott Josephine, domestic 39 Broadway. 

Demott Wm S, car driver, res Nordyke ave 

nr Morris (W I). C ^ 

Demree George W, teamster, res 118 Beeler. ^^""^^ 

Demree Violet A, teacher high school No ^"nTj 
2, bds 285 E South. f"^^ 

Denberg Henry, oiler C St L & P R R. ^^H 

Deneen Nancy (wid James M), res 49 Vine. ^^*{ 

Dengler Christian, engineer W B Barry 
Saw & Supply Co, bds 715 E Market. 

Denig Rush S, contractor, bds Grand Ho 
tel. 

Denison House, Henry P Harring 
ton Propr, s e cor Penn and Ohio ; Tele 
phone 151. 

Denk Catharine, domestic 630 E Washing- 
ton. 

Denke August, pedler, res rear 437 S Me- 
ridian. 

Denke-'Walter Dr Frederick 
^W, Proprietor Berlin Pharmacy 226 
E Washington, res same. 

Denker Christian, car cleaner, res 288 Lex- 
ington ave. 

Denker Christian, rubber Spiegel, Thoms 
& Co, bds 219 N Pine. 

Denker Henry, lab. res 131 Linden. 

Denker Mrs Mary S, bds 470 Locust. 



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O^YONNEGUT &. BOHN 

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HH Denman J B, inspector Sarven wlieel works. 
Denmead Anna A, elk H P Wasson & Co, 
■^^ rms 456 N Meridian. 




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U '"' Dennett John, trav agt, bds 183 E Ohio. 

M*" Denning C harles B, siiloon 47 Virginia ave. 
Denning Joseph N, elk L S Ayres & Co, 
rms 175 W New York. 
' ' Dennis Charles, reporter Indlps Journal, 
^^ res 444 N New .Jerscv. 
^!^ Dennis Henry L, firtm'iin C St L & P R R 
*™-' bds 632 E Market. 

^iw Dennis John, lab, abattoir, bds cor West 
Z^a^ and Morris. 
* — ^ Dennis Joseph H, civil engineer, res 158 
* ™ " " ' Bellefontaiue. 
■^^■1 Dennis Peter, contractor, res 36 Buchanan. 
^^^ Dennstaedt Charles A, elk When Clothing 
grnrn^ Store, bds 247 N Noble. 

Denny Adeline, notary public, bds 72 S 
- Noble. 
G3 Denny Albert W, ins agt, res 61 N Linden. 

O Denny Austin F, lawyer 26 N Delaware, 
res 847 same. 
Denny Caleb S (Denny & Elliott), mayor 
Q3 of Indianapolis, res 477 N Illinois. 
^ ■» Denny Edward L, elk I B & W Ry, bds 2 
y— Susquehanna. 

, Denny Edward W, student Denny & Crop- 
' sey, bds 258 N Penn 
ZSj "Denny Eliza, bds 712 Morris (W I). 
^^ Denny Elizabeth (wid Theodore V), bds 
C/J 134 Fletcher ave. 

^S Denny George M,carp, bds 2 Susquehanna, 
■ma Denny James, lab Sinker, Davis & Co, bds 
^^^^ 251 Fayette. 

Denny James C (Denny & Cropsey), bds 
258 N Penn. 
CI3 Denny John E, carp, res 2 Susquehanna. 
■ ' Denny Joseph, elk L S Ayres, rms 175 W 
|B^ New York. 

%^^ Denny Joseph W, carp Sinker, Davis & Co, 
res 251 Fayette. 
Q3 Denny Owen L, paperhanger, bds 2 Susque- 
^BT" hanna. 

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Denny Robert (Denny & Tobin), res 72 S 

Noble. 
*Denny Robert, lab stock yards, res 511 S 

Tennessee. 
Denny Rush S, bds Grand Hotel. 
Denny Samuel, bkkpr G R Wysong & Co,. 

res 83 Peru. 
Denny Thomas, bds 181 S Tennessee. 
Denny Thomas F, pedler, res 14 N Noble. 
Denny & Cropsey (James C Denny,. 
James M Cropsey), Lawyers 29^ N Penn. 
Denny & Elliott (Caleb S Denny, Wm P 
P^lliott), lawyers 9 Court House base- 
ment. 
Denny & Tobin (Robert Denny, Wm B 

Tobin), lawyers 12| N Delaware. 
Densmore, see aLso Dinsmore. 
Densmore Calvin E, fireman Bee Line, bds 

132 Christian ave. 
Densmore Samuel, engineer Bee Line, re* 

132 Christian ave. 
Denson Henry A, student, res 232 N Mis- 
sissippi. 
Denton Catherine M, res 36 S New Jersey. 
Denver Annie, bds 93 E South. 
Denwood Elmer A, lab, bds VVoodside. 
Denwood John, lab ludpls Cabinet Co, res 

3 Brown. 
Denwood Wm, watchman, res Woodside. 
Denzer Louis, maeh Pan Handle shops, 

bds 288 y East. 
Denzler Herman, boilermkr, P C &St L Ry. 
Depee Joseph, waiter 200 N Meridian. 
*Depew Frank, lab, res 304 W Washington. 
DePew Nancy S, bds 52 Park ave. 
DePoy Wm B, engines 100 Kentucky ave, 

res 80 N Mississipi. 
*Depps Henry, hostler I G Williamson, 

res 151 E Wabash. 
Depson Bodel, laundress City Hospital. 
Depue Charles F, printer, res 287 Indiana 

ave. 
Depue Fannie B, res 287 N Spring. 
Depue George B, printer, res 287 N Spring. 
DePue Louisa J (wid James M), bds 287 

Indiana ave. 
Deputy Addison C, dentist 26 Mass ave, res 

79 E St Joseph. 
Deputy M Aliee, res 26^ Mass ave. 
DePuy Revera J, druggist 302 N Illinois, 

bds 258 N Penn. 
DePuy Romeo L, rms 194 N Illinois. 
DePuy Wm, hatter 7 Mass ave, res 130 W 

Ohio. 
Derberg Charles, tailor, res 52 Beaty. 
Derbyshire Benjamin C, carp, rms 86 W 

Maryland. 
Dering, see also Deeriiig. 
Dering^ Henry R* Assistant Gener- 
al Passenger Agent Penn Lines, bds Den- 
ison House. 
Derleth Annie, domestic 186 W Vermont. 
Derleth George, butcher W Derleth, bds 
230 W M.Carty. 



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Derleth Wm, meat market 231 W McCar- 

ty, res same. 
Dermody, see Darmody. 
Derry Fanny, attendant InsRne Hospital. 
Derry Francis, lab Atlas works, res 308 

Yandes. 
Dersch Frank H, harnessmkr Freiberg & 

Fiedler, res 457 Madison ave. 
Derseh John, basket mnfr, res 157 N Pine. 
DeRuiter Derk D, elk M T Ohr, res 275 

W Vermont. 
DeSanno Edwin J, conductor Belt K E, 

res 209 W Market. 
Desanno Frederick C, switchman W St 

L & P Ry, res 27 Yandes. 
DeSanno James, lab, res 893 N Mississippi. 
DeSanno Wm, lab U S Encaustic Tile 

works, bds 893 N Mississippi. 
Desohler Charles F, elk H H Lee, res 58 

Russell ave. 
Deschler Charles J, painter C I St L & C 

Ry shops, res 51 Hosbrook. 
Deschler Fronia, res 80 Harmon. 
Deschler F Joseph (Deschler & Power), res 

58 Russell ave. 
Deschler John, grocer 559 Virginia ave, 

res 43 Hosbrook. 
Deschler John jr, elk John Deschler, bds 

43 Hosbrook. 
Deschler Louis G, news stand Bates House 

and Occidental Hotel, bds 58 Russell ave. 
Deschler & Power (F Joseph Deschler, 

Mortimer Power), real estate rms 4 and 

5 31 N Penn. 
Des hong Jemima (wid Hiram), rese end of 

Georgia. 
D.sjardins Bream, carp, res 220 Huron. 
DeSouchet, see also Dusouchet. 
DeSouchet Augustus M (Henry Coe & Co), 

res 270 N Delaware. 
Despa Minnie (wid John E), res 40 Lock- 

erl)ie. 
Despo Alfred O, carp rear 86 Hosbrook, 

res 2S2 Fletcher ave. 
Despo I Slid ore, carp, bds 86 Hosbrook. 
Dessar Lewis, clothing 120 S Meridian, bds 

D-nison House. 
DeTamhle, Cry an & Co (Edward S De- 

Tam'ile, John Crvan, Henry DeTamble), 

machinists 193 S Meridian. 
DeT:imMe EdwHrd S (DeTamble, Cryan & 

Co), res 72 English ave. 
DeTumble Henry (DeTamble, Cryan & 

CoV res 519 S New Jersey. 
Detwib'r Elmer E, barber Union Depot, 

res 299 S New Jersey. 
DeuPree Joseph T, engineer, res 287 

Drtvi Ison. 
DeVaiiu;bn Charles, brakeman Wabash Ry, 

r^s 44 Michigan ave. 
DcVauit Martin, waiter, rms 110 Mass ave. 
DeViUilt Mary, rms 31 Empire block. 
DeVav Wm O, pres Indiana Paper Co, res 

704 N Penn. 



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(Merchants National Bank), Buy and Scl 

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Deveny Michael, lab, res 43 Helen 
Devenish Edward C, mach Atlas works, 

bds 551 Park ave. 
Devenish John, molder, res 551 Park ave. 
Dever George W, bds 448 N Meridian. 
Dever Helen (wid Charles) res 27 Palmer. 
Dever James, bds 456 E Michigan. 
Dever John, pedler, res 270 N Liberty. 
Dever Samuel, policeman, res 9 Margaret. 
Dever Wm G, lab, res 27 Palmer. 
DeVersy Jacob, baker 56 Indiana ave, res 

same. 
DeVinay Willis G, elk, res 605 N West. 
Devine, see also Divine. 

Devine Ann (wid James), bds 134 S Noble. 
Devine Ellen (wid Dennis), res 181 Meek. 
Devine Kate, tailoress, bds 160 S Noble. 
Devine Friendly, domestic 296 N Alabama. 
Devine John, tailor, bds 160 S Noble. 
Devine John A, mach Atlas works, res 456 

E Michigan. 
Devine Thomas J, pedler, res 282 S Dela-' 

ware. 
Devine Wm, tailor, res 160 S Noble. 
Devine Wm jr (McKinney & Devine), bds 

160 S Noble. 
Devit Walter, mach C St L & P R R, res 

16 Deloss. 
Devitt Richard, lab C St L & P R R, bds 

16 Deloss. 
Devor James C, civil engineer, bds 465 N 

East. 
Devore Augustus R, chemist Eli Lilly & 

Co, bds 268 Huron. 
Devore Calvin E, pipefitter Knight & Jill- 
son, bds 268 Huron. 
Devore Charles S, chemist Eli Lilly & Co, 

bds 268 Huron. 
Devore Edwin C, carriage painter, bds 268 

Huron. 
Devore Frank A, bds 268 Huron. 
Devore Samantha C (wid John L), res 268 

Huron. 
Devore Wilmot E, elk Michigan Lumber 

& Coal Co, bds 268 Huron. 

Markey, Zeien & Weber, 

Proprietors of the 

SOUTHSIDE FOUNDRY CO., 

23 Shelby St. Telephone 158. 

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Solicitor of American and Foreign 

PATENTS 

jii J^(2J Office!!, Ttnoms 16 i ISHuhbard Block, Cor. Washington 
^ - ^ and Meridian Sts., Indianapolis, Ind., and Le Droit 
r*;^ "§3 Buildin(j, opp. U. S. Patent OfBce, Washington, D. C. 
1^ o ^ Pee Advertisement under head of "Patent Solicitors" 
►^ > ° in classified list. 

^ g§ DeVoss Daniel,carp, b(lsl61 Woodlawn ave. 
y « o DeVoss Harvey S, porter A B Gates & Co. 
^ o bds 161 Woodlawn ave. 
S "^ DeVoss James D, carp, bds 161 Woodlawn 
^ > ave. 

>_ ^ _. Dew James J, fireman U S Encaustic Tile 
^^^ works, res 785 N Mississippi, 
^j- *Dew Peter, driver J B Emerson, res 426 
►^ W 2d. 

pt^ Dew Wm A, printer Sentinel Printing 
[Vi Co, bds 785 N Mississippi. 
H^ Dewald Frank, clk^res 65 N Liberty. 
. *~'~» Dewald Frank, cigarmkr J Eauch, bds 236 
^^^^ Railroad. 

\^^ Dewald Henrietta, domestic F A Oster- 
P^^^ meyer. 

\^^ Dewald Joseph, elk J C Thomas, res 354 
f Railroad. 

Dewald Mathias, porter Severin, Oster- 

meyer & Co, res 236 Railroad. 
Dewald Mathias jr (Veach & Dewald), bds 
■" 236 Railroad. 
Dewees Charles B, clklB&WRy, rms 

452 N Delaware. 
Dewees^ Frank M, elk I B & W Ry, rms 
452 N Delaware. 
r Deweese Charles G, opr W U Tel Co, res 
I y 137 W New York. 

iJh^ Dewenter Herman C (Kruse & Dewenter), 
res 690 N Alabama. 
-^ Dewey Austin C, conductor, res 80 College 
y ave. 

^L, *Dewey Graham, servant 209 N Penn. 
HH Dewey Jennie B, teacher, bds 4 Ruckl?. 
"^^ Dewey Sarah (wid Charles), bds 405 Belle- 
>~/\ fontaine. 

• "^ Dewey W Dean, floor walker Model Cloth- 
ing Co, bds Roosevelt House. 
Dewire Charles A, lab P C & St L Ry. 
Dewire Edward, lab, res w s Sand w end 

Roe. 
Dewire Thomas, lab, bbs w s Sand w end 

Roe. 
Oe^Witt Carroll I., Fire Under- 
writer 70 E Market, bds 814 N Alabama. 



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DeWiit Charles W, cooper, res 245 E Mar- 
ket. 
Dewitt Mrs Elmina, boarding, 50 N East. 
DeWolf Daniel F, supt Capital Elevator 

Co, res 86 E Pratt. 
DeWolf Harry Yj, elk Consolidated Tank 

Line Co, bds 36 W Michigan. 
DeWolf John, lab, res rear 140 N East. 
DeWolf Wintield S, bartender A S Stew- 
art, bds 36 Virginia ave. 

*Dexter Pond, lab, res James, Brightwood. 
Dhaner Louisa (wid Joseph), res rear 474 
E Washington. 

Dhont Francis B, beltmkr, bds 675 W Ver- 
mont. 

Dhont John B, mach, res 675 W Vermont. 

Dial Frank A, res 167 College ave. 

Diamond Henry M, printer 30 SjMeridiau, 
res 80 Union. 

Dian Henry, lab, bds 266 S Illinois. 

Dibon Frederika, domestic 17 Elizabeth. 

Dice Henry, messenger U S Ex Co. 

Dick George W, silver plater 33 Virginia 
ave, res same. 

*Dickens Henry, lab, res 169 W Wabash. 

Dickens Henry W, lab, res n s 7th 1 w of 
canal. 

Dickens Rachael (wid Ephriam), res 6 
College ave. 

Dicker Harriett (wid James), res 17 Steven- 
son. 

Dickerson, see aho Dickinson and Dixon. 

"■•■Dickerson Absalom, porter, res 81 W 
Georgia. 

Dickerson Albro, tinner, bds 310 E^Wash- 
ington. 

Dickerson Alice (wid Albro), seamstress, 
bds 85 Agnes. 

Dickerson Arthur H, elk H E Losse, bds 
235 Woodlawn ave. 

*Dickerson Bessie (wid Gabriel), bds 962 
N New Jersey. 

*Dickerson Edward, lab, res 230 Dougherty 

Dickerson Rev Henry L, res 116 Lexington 
ave. 

*Dickerson James, lab J R Budd & Co, bds 
155 W Maryland. 

*Dickerson Jefferson, porter C I St L & C 
Ry, rms 84 W Market. 

Dickerson John D, conductor C St L & P 
R R, res 25 Summit. 

*Dickerson John J, lab Sinker, Davis & Co. 

Dickerson John L, mach, res 333 Ash. 

■'•'Dickerson Kale (wid Silas), res rear 310 
N East. 

Dickerson Landon T, carp, res 235 Wood- 
lawn ave. 

Dickerson Nannie, laundress Insane Hos- 
pital. 

*Dickerson Martha (wid Nelson), res 230 
Buchanan. 

Dickerson Peter W, lab P C & St L Ry. 

Dickerson Wm M, lumber, res 243 College 
ave. 



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I Office, 31 When Block, Opposite Tost Office. 

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Dickert Frank A P, packer C M Union, 

res 73 N Liberty. 
Diokert Jacob, cabinetmkr C M Union, res 

220 N West. 
Dickert Norbert A, cabmkr Spiegel, 

Thorns & Co, res 147 Bates. 
Dickey Alice M, elk N Y store, bds 82 

Greer. 
Dickey Almon H, lawyer, bds Charles R 

Miles. 
Dickey Blanche, cashr M H Spades, bds 

6t)l S Meridian. 
Dicker Cassius M, trav agt Piatt & Reath, 

bds 82 Greer. 
Dickey Cyrus C, elk C B Cones, Son & Co, 

res 661 S Meridian. 
Dicker Edward T, lawyer 15 Hubbard 

block, res 225 E Walnut. 
Dickey George C, foreman VanCamp 

Packing Co, bds 28 N Mississippi. 
Dickey Henry, asst cook Insane Hospital. 
Dicker James C, elk C B Cones, Son &Co, 

bds 661 S Meridian. 
Dickey John M, messenger Adams Ex Co, 

bds 82 GrecF. 
Dickey John T, brakeman, rms 46 N Mis- 
sissippi. 
Dickey Mary A (wid James B), res 111 

Dougherty. 
Dickey Nora B, elk H P Wasson & Co, 

bds 225 E Walnut. 
Dickey Olirer A, bds 661 S Meridian. 
Dickey vSophronia E, (wid James M), res 82 

Greer. 
Dicker Wm A, train dispatcher C St L & P 

E K, bds 46 N Mississippi. 
Dickhut Frederick W, postal elk, res 93 

Hoyt are. 
Dickinson, see also Dickerson and Dixon. 
Dickinson Alice E, elk Bingham & Walk, 

bds 105 N Alabama. 
Dickinson Cassius, finisher O Hubbell & 

Co, res 30 Lincoln Lane. 
Dickinson Edward (G W Miller d- Co), bds 

402 Broadway. 
*Dickinson George, lab Southside Foundry, 

res 230 Buchanan. 
Dickinson Charence H, elk D H Baldwin 

& Co, rms 77 E Walnut. 
Dickinson Isebella, seamstress, bds 203 

Coburn. 
Dickinson James L, physician, res 203 

Coburn. 
Dickinson Jennie E, bds 105 N Alabama. 
Dickinson John C, res 105 N Alabama. 
Dickinson Lillie C, bds 496 Virginia ave. 
Dickman Angle (wid Francis), res Illinois 

nof 22d (NI).' 
Dickson Andrew (A Dickson & Co), res 

134 N Meridian. 
*Dickson Anna (wid Jefierson), res 285 W 

North. 
Dickson A & Co (Andrew Dickson) dry 

goods 26 W Washington. 



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Haupt Office. 
7 Virginia Ave. 



Zweig, 
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Telephone 795. 



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149 S. Alabama. 



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Dickson Beulah A (wid Wm W), bds 25 

W St Clair. 
Dickson Charles M, train dispatcher Union- 

Ey Co, res. 205 Nordyke are (W I). 
Dickson George A (Dickson & Talbottj, re;- 

644 N Penn. 
Dickson's Grand Opera House, G A Dick- 
son mngr, 69 N Penn. . 
Dickson Harry, dentist, bds 80 W Mary-f^^^ 

land. ^ _ 

Dickson Horace W, bklqir Wm Scott & Co, ^yj 

bds Sherman House.^ 
Dickson Hugh B, mngr Dickson Storage . _ 

& Transfer Co, res 385 NEast. 
Dickson James, treas Dickson's Grand flS 

Opera House, bds 484 N Mississippi. t-q Y. 

Dickson James C (T M & J C Dickson), o IV 

res 240 N East. _ _ ^SS <j 

Dickson James C, cigars 292 S Illinois, res ^ <j 

224 Broadway. q ^ 

Dickson Mrs Jennie M, elk M H Spades, tj ct- 

bds 169 W New York. 0) ^ 

*Dickson John, lab, bds w s Reid 1 n of CO O 

Pleasant. ^ S. 

*Dickson John, lab, res 200 Elm. P p- 

Dickson John A, driver E B Lehman, res ^ 

25 W St Clair. ^ 

Dickson John T (Shover & Dickson), bds- — , — ' 

644 N Penn. ^^ 

■•L-ickson Joseph, cook J D Marshall, bds ^J 

235 E Louisiana. ^ ^ 

Dickson Mary (wid Wm B), res 520 E Q 

Market. _- 

•Dickson Prophet, expressman, res 117 [JJ 

Columbia. l^_j 

Dickson Richard, brakeman, bds 144 Ash.>^ 
Dickson Samuel A, mach I P Evans & Co, ^^ 

bds 873 New Jersey. r"n 

*Dickson Shepherd, lab, res 233 E Louis- ^ "^ 

iana. P] 
Dickson Storage & Transfer , 

Co, H B Dickson Mngr, 170 S Penn. ^7^ 

Dickson Thomas M (T M & J C Dickson), r 1 

res 500 E Market. \^ 

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for the chief Railway, Steamboat and other ^^ I 
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Compilers of Abstracts, 

Office, 12 and 15 Thokpe Block. 

Telephone 1048. 

Dickson T M & J C agts (Thomas M and 
James C), lumber n w cor E Michigan 
and Bee Line By. 

Dickson Wm C, asst mngr Dickson's 
Grand Opera House, res 474 N Penn. 

Dickson & Talbott (George A Dickson, 
Henry M Talbott), mngrsDime Museum 
96 W Washington. 

Diddle Andrew J, roiidmaster I D & S By, 
res 313 College ave. 

•••"Didlake Benjamin, waiter Grand Hotel. 

Didleim Herman, sawyer H Herrmann, 
res 122 Kenuington. 

Dieckman Louis B, electric penman Cen- 
tral Traffic Assn, rms 50 Fletcher ave. 

Diefenbach Jacob, grocer 210 W 1st, res 
same. 

Diehl A Henry, bartender D Monninger, 
bds 385 N Tennessee. 

Diehl Catherine (wid John) bds 318 E New 
York. 

Diehl Henry C, genl freight agt I B & W 
By, bds Denison House. 

Diehl Kate (wid Ernest A), res 318 E New 
York. 

Diekmann Friedricli, Carpen- 
ter and Builder E Wabash bet East and 
Liberty, res 91 N East. 

Diener August, marblecutter 243 E Wash- 
ington, res 150 Randolph. 

Dienker Charles F, tailor, res 269 Coburn. 

Dierdorf David, elk Bryant & Dierdorf, 
bds 506 Park ave. 

Dierdorf John (Bryant & Dierdorf), res 506 
Park ave. 

Dierks Bernhart, lab, res 129 Lincoln Lane. 

Dieselberg Lena, domestic 378 N Meridian. 

Dieter Ernst, shoemkr 74 Vine, res same. 

Dietmann Frederick, mach, bds Grinnell 
House. 

Dietrich, see also Deitrich and Ditlrich. 

Dietrich Herman, mach Sinker, Davis & 
Co, bds 90 Union. 

Dietrich Kate, domestic 755 N Penn. 

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Dietrichs Augustus, salesman Fahnley & 
McCrea, bds 203 N Penn. 

Dietrichs Frederick A, elk Indiana Na- 
tional Bank, bds 203 N Penn. 

Dietrichs Margaret (wid Wm M) M Diet- 
richs & Co), res 203 N Penn. 

Dietrichs M & Co (Margaret Dietrichs),. 
millinery 10 E Washington. 

Dietz, see aho Beilz. 

Dietz Albert, molder, bds G W Dietz, 
Haughville. 

Dietz August, agt Metropolitan Life Ins Co. 
of N Y, res 67 Davidson. 

Dietz Charles, brakeman J M & I R R, rms 
29 Madison ave. 

Dietz Charles L, elk H A Crossland, res 473- 
N East. 

Dietz Edmund, meat market 49 Yandes,, 
res 45 same. 

Dietz Emil, elk Frederick Dietz, bds 141 
E South. 

Dietz Ferdinand agt, hides 15 Alabama^ 
res 171 N Noble. 

Dietz Frank, elk Frederick Dietz, res 400' 
Madison ave. 

Dietz Frederick, ProprlndplsBox 
P"actory Madison ave s end of Delaware^ 
res 141 E South; Telephone 654. 

Dietz Frederick, carp car works, bds 263- 
Hadley ave (WI). 

Dietz George T, molder, bds G W Dietz^ 
Haughville. 

Dietz George W, foreman Frederick Dietz, 
res 406 Madison ave 

Dietz George W, lab, res Haughville. 

Dietz Henry, tinner J Gardner, res 202: 
Agnes. 

Dietz James, sausagemkr, res 423 Vv Wash- 
ington. 

Dietz John, lab, bds 17 E McCarty. 

Dietz .John, shoemkr, les 230 E Morris. 

Dietz John, mclder, bds G W Dietz, Haugh- 
ville. 

Dietz John C F, nailer Frederick Dietz, bde 
230 E Morris. 

Dietz John P, lab, res 416 W Washington. 

Dietz Louis, coremkr, bds G W Dietz, 
Haughville. 

Dietz Theodore, boxmkr Frederick Dietz, 
bds 141 E South. 

Dietz Theodore, meat market 147 E Wash- 
ington, res same. 

Diffley Anna (wid Daniel), res 63 Bu- 
chanan. 

Diffley Bridget, domestic 10 E Vermont. 

Diffley Mary, seamstress, bds 63 Buch man. 

Dijj-gin Maurice, lab Indpls Glue Co, res- 
520 N California. 

Diggin Michael, lab Indpls Glue Co, res- 
305 S West. 

Diggin Patrick, lab Indpls Glue Co, bds 77 
Camp. 

Diggin Thomas, lab Haugh, Kctcham & 
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Diggs John il, Lrickmasoii, res \?o N Lib- 
erty. 
Diggs Wm T, brickmnsoii, rts 325 W Mich- 
igan. 
Dignam Elizabeth (wid James), bds 225 

English ave. 
Dike John, hostler F J Herrmann & Son, 

rms 124 E Pearl. 
Dildine Erwin E, mach hand C St L «& P 

Ey, bds 794 E Washington. 
Dildine James A, storekpr C St L & P Ky, 

bds 794 E Washington. 
Dildine Minnie E, teacher public school 

No 14, bds 794 E Washington. 
Dildine Zephaniah D, lab C St L & P Ey, 

res 794 E Washington. 
Dilgiis Jacques, wagonmkr, res n e cor 

Clifford and Waverly aves. 
Dill Ezekiel B, grocer 342 E Market, res 

298 E Ohio. 
Dill Josiah B, druggist 100 E New York, 

res 70 E Vermont. 
Dill Lillian B (wid Jeremiah), bds 221 N 

Illinois. 
Dill Nicholas, coachman 644 N Penn. 
Dillard Jefferson, hackman S L Warner, 

res 188 W Pearl. 
Dillard Wm, lab, res 195 W Wabash. 
Diller Adam, tailor, res 112 Fletcher ave. 
Diller Charles, upholsterer C Moller, bds 

James House. 
Diller Frank H, elk C I St L & C Ey, bds 

112 Fletcher ave. 
Diller George W, driver No 6 engine co, 

res 389 N California. 
Diller Eosa, seamstress, bds 112 Fletcher 

ave. 
Dillingham Albert (Dillingham & Fowler), 

res 790 W Washington (W I). 
Dillins^liatn & Fowler (Albert 

Dillingham, Frank B Fowler), Lumber, 

Coal and Lime 791 W Washington (WI); 

Telephone 1049. 
Dillman Arthur W, grainer Western Furn 

Co, res 251 Prospect. 
Dillman Edward P, opr W U Tel Co, 

bds 140 Linden. 
Dillman Milton E, carp, res 755 N Mis- 
sissippi. 
Dillman Oscar M, elk Charles F Meyer 

& Bro, res 146 Linden. 
Dillman Wm H, trav agt J F Seeberling & 

Co, bds Grand Hotel. 
Dillon Alexander A, carp, res 212 Olive. 
Dillon Andrew, lab Ewart Mnfg Co, bds C 

Hinson, Haughville. 
Dillon Bridget, seamstress, bds 30 Willard. 
Dillon Daniel, flagman Union Ey, res 61 

Maple. 
Dillon Edward P, molder IndplsMall Iron 

Co, bds P Dillon, Haughville. 
Dillon Francis (Baird & Dillon), res New 

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Dillon George A, lab J C Adams, bds s e 

cor Legrand and Boyd ave. 
Dillon Johannah (wid John), res 564 S 

East. 
Dillon John, molder Indpls Mall Iron Co, 

res Haughville. 
Dillon Kate, milliner, bds 61 Maple. 
Dillon Levi C, agt Baird & Dillon, res 153 

Buchanan. 
Dillon Maggie E, laundress Grand Hotel. 
Dillon Margaret, seamstress, bds 61 Ma 

pie. 
Dillon Mollie (wid Matthew), res 195 W 

Merrill. 
Dillon Patrick, lab Indpls Mall Iron Co. 

res-Haughville. 
Dillon Thomas, lab, res 135 Eddy. 
Dillon Thomas, lab, res 89 W South. 
Dillon Thomas, with Brush Electric Light 

Co, res 265 S Tennessee. 
Dilloner Mrs Mary, res 133i Virginia ave. 
Dilts George W, foreman W^ood & Smith, 

res 82 S West. 
Dilts Sallie (wid Hoffman W), res 252* 

Mass ave. 
Dime Museum, |Dickson & Talbott mngrs, 

94 W Washington. 
Dimock Daniel J, confectioner 96 Mass 

ave and 168 Virginia ave, res 168 Vir- 
ginia ave. 
Dineker Wm, cabinetmkr, res 36 Carlos. 
Diner George, engineer C I St L «& C Ey, 

Ms 66 English ave. J^ >ij 

Dinges Henry, cigarmkr V B Coffin, res 78 u^ S 

Laurel. ° J 

Dingle Caspar, lab O S Gillette, res § *i 

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Dinkelaker Charlotte, elk Indpls German 2 ^ 

Mut Fire Ins Co, bds 166 N Noble. . aS 

Dinnage Mary (wid Samuel), res 172 W O <.^ 

Morris. g s « 

Dinnage Samuel, carp Nordyke & Marmon ! 

Co, bds 172 W Morris. i^ 

Dinner Paulina (wid Frederick), res 72 S J*" 

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Dinnin Porter D, res 297 S Illinois. 

Dinnin Samuel E, rms 93 N New Jersey. 

Dinningburg James, lab, res w s Madison 
road 3 s Raymond. 

Dinsmore, see aho Densmore. 

Dinsmore Helen (wid Charles), bds 400 N 
Illinois. 

Dinwi<ldie Hugh, painter, res 366 W 2d. 

Dion Henry, lab Sarven wheel works, bds 
189 S Tennessee. 

Dippel Catharine (wid Henry), res 66 
Downey. 

Dippel Charles, tailor, bds 418 S Meridian. 

Dippel Edward, elk Hollweg & Reese, bds 
244 N Pine. 

Dippel Ferdinand, carver Western Furni- 
ture Co, res 96 Yeiser. 

Dippel Friedricka, seamstress, bds 191 Co- 
burn. 

Dippel George W, bartender J H Rode- 
wald, bds 185 N Liberty. 

Dippel Gottlieb, picture framer H Lieber 
& Co, bds 56 Downey. 

Dippel Henry J, elk Francke & Schindler, 
bds 56 Downey. 

Dippel Ida, domestic 126 E Ohio. 

Dippel John, carp P C & St L Rv, res 244 
N Pine. 

Dippel John C, painter Bee Line, bds 244 
N Pine. 

Dippel Kate, ironer N Y Steam Laundry, 
bds 195 N Noble. 

Dippel Louise, res 204 Coburn. 

Dippel Mary (wid Joseph), starcher N Y 
Steam Laundry, res 195 N Noble. 

Dippel Mary, domestic 126 E Ohio. 

Dippel Otto A, wood carver, res 20 Sulli- 
van. 

Dippel Peter, blksmith Bee Line shops, bds 
195 N Noble. 

Dirk Joseph, blksmith Citizens' St Ry. res 
390 N West. 

Disch Gabriel, gardener, res e s Meridian 
2 s of Belt R R. 

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Disch John A, carp, res w s Meridian 3 n 

of Raymond. 
Disch Joseph, lab, bds 17 E McCarty. 
Disch Louis, gardener, res w s Meridian 3 

n of Raymond. 
Disher Mary E (wid John), bds 410 E Mc- 
Carty. 
Disher Thomas G, horse shoer Citizen's St 

Ry, res 2 Water, 
Dish man Jackson E, driver W C Langdon, 

res 54 Bird. 
*Dishman John, teamster, res rear 112 N 

Meridian. 
Dishon Elizabeth (wid John), bds 239 S 

Alabama. 
Dishon Wm F, driver Braden & Co, bds 

222 W Maryland. 
Dismore Catherine (wid Wmj, res rear 350 

Indiana ave. 
Dissette Charles K, elk Indpls Mall Iron 

Co, bds 28 Christian ave. 
Dissette Edward, foremen Indpls Mall Iron 

Co, res Haughvslle. 
Dissette Grace W, bds 28 Christian ave. 
Dissette James I, sales agt Indpls Mall 

Iron Co, res 28 Christian ave. 
Dithmer Agnes (wid Henry L), res 474 N 

Alabama. 
Dithmer Agnes, teacher public school No 

3, bds 474 N Alabama. ' 
Ditllllier Henry L,, Stationer, Sheet 

Music, Musical Merchandise and News 

Dealer 396 Virginia ave, bds 474 N Ala- 
bama. 
Ditman Peter, engineer car works, bds 

McKeehan House (W I). 
Dittemore .John W, trav agt Hendricks & 

Cooper, bds Tarleton House. 
Dittemore Mary E (wid John W), res 731 

N Illinois. 
Dittman Frederick (Dittman & Son), res 

774 N Tennessee. 
Dittman John H (Dittman & Son), res 774 

N Tennessee. 
Dittman & Son (John H and Frederick), 

grocers 774 N Tennessee. 
Dittmer Frederick, lab I B & W Ry, bds 

60 Fletcher ave. 
■■'Ditto Fannie (wid Edward), res 22 Wil- 

lard. 
Dittrich, see also Deitrich and Dietrich. 
Dittrich Elizabeth (wid Christian G), res 

468 E Market. 
Dittrich Harry J, elk W H Nimals, bds 

468 E Market. 
DWens Charles TIT, Physician and 

Surgeon 96J S Illinois, res same. 
Diver George, engineer C I St L & C Ry, 

bds 66 English ave. 
DiTilbiSS Wm C, General Agent 

American Specialty Co 29 W Ohio, res 

422 N Illinois. 
Divine, see also Devine. 



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Divine Calirin L,, Mng 

Photo Enlarging Co 97 " 

res 621 N Meridian. 
Divine Charles C, elk When Clothing 

Store, bds 621 N Meridian. 
Divine Edwin C, printer Sentinel, bds 621 

N Meridian. 
Divine Frank S, student, bds 621 N Meri- 
dian. 
*Dix Ellen (wid Levi), res 78 W 5th. 
Dix Frank A, trav agt SchnuU & Krag, res 

Grand Eapids, Mich. 
Dixon, see also Dickerson and Dickinson. 
Dixon Addison, elk G Butler, res 873 N 

New Jersey. 
Dixon Charles, conductor I & V K E, res 

703 E Market. 
Dixon Cyrus A, elk Noel Bros, res 77 

Lockerbie. 
Dixon Cyrus G, asst district pass agt C I St 

L & C Ey 16 N Meridian, res 262 S Mis- 
souri. 
Dixon Elizabeth J, boarding 247 and 249 

N Tennessee. 
Dixon Mrs Fannie, res 2175 S Tennessee. 
"■■■'Dixon Green, lab, res 49 Prospect. 
Dixon Ida, sorter Insane Hospital. 
Dixon James A, mach Hetherington & 

Berner, bds 262 S Missouri. 
Dixon Jane,boarding house 247 N Tennessee. 
*Dixon Jefferson, lab G Wysong, res 279J 

E Washington. 
Dixon Mrs Jennie, res 169 W New York. 
Dixon John, packer, bds 41 Helen. 
Dixon John A, elk John McElwee, res 300 

E St Clair. 
Dixon John H, engineer State House, res 

247 N Tennessee. 
Dixon John H, elk John Dury, res 107 

Woodlawn ave. 
Dixon Lizzie, attendant Insane Hospital. 
"••Dixon Mary (wid Frank), res rear 124 N 

Dixon Mary A (wid F Wm), bds 374 W 
Vermont. 

*Dixon Nelson, lab J Allerdice, res rear 
287 N California. 

Dixon Seburn E, lab, bds 873 N New Jer- 
sey. 

■*Dixon Simon, lab T M & J C Dickson, res 
520 E Market. 

*Dixon Wm, barber C H Lanier, res 207 W 
Walnut. 

Dixon Wm, lab Earnshaw & Taylor, bds 
247^ S Tennessee. 

Dixon Williamson O, fireman C I St L & 
C Ey, res 192 English ave. 

Dizanski John, lab, bds 187 S Illinois. 

Doan Ellas C, confectionery 442 S Merid- 
ian, res same. 

"«-DofEns Joseph, lab, bds 173 W 3d. 

Dobbins Wm, conductor, bds 359 N Penn. 

Dobblehoff Charles, elk N Y store, res 204 
W Walnut. 



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*Dobbs Cornelius, houseman 599 N Penn. 
Dobel Wm, asst steward Grand Hotel. 
Dobell Wm L, res 530 N Mississippi. 
Dobrowitz Charles, lab H Eingolsky, bds 

316 S Illinois. 
Dobson James, helper C St L & P E E, res 

737 E Ohio. 
Dobson Theodore F, lab, res 239 W Court. 
■•-Dobson Scipio, lab J F Hill, res rear 225 

Michigan ave. 
Dochat Mrs Sophia, res 111 Minerva. 
Dochez Louis A, elk Maus' brewery, res 171 

Blake. 
Dochez Louis J, elk, bds 171 Blake. 
Dockweiler Charles, engineer I & St L Ey, 

res Brightwood. 
Dockweiler George H, bkkpr Layman & 

Carey Co, bds 501 E Market. 
Dockweiler Jacob, res 501 E Market. 
Dodd James A, gardener, res w s Orchard 

1 s of W St L & P Ey. 
Dodd James H, switchman, bds 135 Mich- 
igan ave. 
Dodd John M, gardener, res w s Orchard 1 

s of W St L & P Ey. 
Dodd Jolin "W, Assistant Postmaster, 

bds s w cor Ohio and Meridian. 
Dodd Thomas, adjuster Singer Mnfg Co, 

res 751 N Penn. 
Dodd Wm J, switchman C St L & P E E, 

bds 135 Michigan ave. 
Dodds Eliza (wid Wm), bds 566 N Illinois. 
Dodge Daniel, engineer Indpls Veneer 

works, res 63 Clifford ave. 
Dodge Elihu, draughtsman, bds 151 N 

Illinois. 
Dodge John H, elk G W Vansickle, bds 63 

Clifford ave. 
Dodson, see aJso Dotson. 
Dodson James A. elk L A Gable, bds 799 

N Tennessee. 
Dodson Jeremiah A, lab. res 252 W Wash- 
ington. 
Dodson Melinda (wid Louis C), res 252 W 

Washington. 

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Vt^r. Vtiflilnvcion St. and Yfrgiiiia Ave. 

Dodson Nellie, milliner Mrs M E Habing, 

bds 117 VV Maryland. 
Dodson Nichols, engineer Vandalia Line, 

res 193 S Illinois. 
Doenges Casper, grocer 436 S Meridian, res 

same. 
Doeppers August B, solicitor German Mut 

Ins Co, res 78 N Liberty. 
Doeppers Charles, elk C M Coats & Co, res 

147 High. 
Doeppers James, mach Sinker, Davis & Co, 

bds 145 High. 
Doepper* ."" ilia (wid James), res 145 High. 
Doerfler .7' ■ ph, cook, res 119 E New York. 
Doerr, see > s.-, Deer. 
Doerr C; riue S, sorter U S Encaustic 

Tile w<.- >, bds SO Harmon. 
Doerr (Ji ■ .jo, grocer 249 Davidson, res 421 

EMi'.lr. ui. 
Doerr IIe> , helper P C & St L Ry, res 

150Clitl(,rd ave. 
Doerr Sebastian, lab, res 80 Harmon. 
Doerr Wm, bricklayer, 230i E Washington. 
Doerr Wm, carver D E Stone & Co, res w s 

Keystone ave 2 s of Clifford ave. 
Doersohel Louis B, finisher C M Union, res 

rear 518 E Ohio. 
Doesenbach Anna (wid Oswald), res 13 

Madison ave. 
Doffee Mary (wid Thomas), res 167 E 

Washington. 
Doherty, see also Daugherty and Dougherty. 
Doherty James, cigars 60 S Illinois, res 

356 same. 
Doherty John, saloon Hadley ave (W I), 

res same. 
Doherty John, helper C St L & P R R. 
Doherty Kate F, bookbinder A R Baker. 

bds 456 S Illinois. 
Doherty McLene, joint agt Central Traffic 

Assn, bds Denison House. 
Doherty Michael, mach C C C & I Ry, res 

413 E Pearl. 
Dohlus Carrie, seamstress Kingan & Co, 

bds 559 Virginia ave. 

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Dohn Carrie, domestic 515 N Meridian. 
Dohn Elizabeth, elk G H Herrmann, bds 

63 High. 
Dohn Melissa, bds 63 High. 
Dohn Minnie, packer Schnull & Krag, bds 

63 High. 
Dohn Peter, lab, res 63 High. 
Dohn Philip, finisher, res 18 S East. 
Dohn Philip, furniture mnfr Garden bet S 

Meridian and S Illinois, res 423 S Illi- 
nois. 
Dohrer Charles, lab Jenney Electric Co, 

res 113 Kennington. 
Doing Nancy E, seamstress, rms 206 S East. 
■■'Doke Henry, calciminer, res 377 Lincoln 

ave. 
Dolan Lizzie, waiter Spencer House. 
Dolan Maggie (wid Wm), dressmkr 129 E 

Court, res same. 
Dolan Margaret, res 25 E St Joseph. 
Dolan Mary (wid Timothy), res 24 W New 

York. 
Dolan Michael, night elk St Helena Hotel. 
Dolan Mrs Susan,wksA R White, res 106^ 

N Meridian. 
Dolbear B Edward, printer Sentinel, res 

484 N California. 
Dold Charles M, packer Schnull & Krag, 

bds 127 Spring. 
Dold Frederick, blksmith car works, res 

127 Spring. 
Dold John G, lab C E Carter, bds 59 N Il- 
linois. 
Dolen Creig^bton 'W, Staple and 

Fancy Groceries and Provisions 61 S 

West, res same. 
Dolen J Edgar, cooper, bds 765 S West. 
Dolen Obediah W, bds 61 S West. 
Dolen Timothy, cooper, res 76i7 S West. 
Dolen Urbie, lab, bds 76J S W"est. 
Dolis John, carp, res 64 Hosbrook. 
Dolker Christopher, butcher, bds Irvington. 
Doll Anna, bds 131 E McCarty. 
Doll Charles, upholsterer, bds 131 E Mc- 
Carty. 
Doll Isaac, cooper Wood & Smith, res 99 

Madison ave. 
Doll John, tel opr, bds 131 E McCarty, 
Doll Matilda, bds 131 E McCarty. 
Doll Peter, res 131 E McCarty. 
Doll Peter jr, brakeman Belt R R, bds 131 

E McCarty. 
Doll Wm H, trav agt Kipp Bros, res 328 

Garfield Place. 
Dollarhide Columbus T, elk The Bowen- 

Merrill Co, res 401 Ash. 
Dollman, see also Dahlmann. 
Dollman Gotleib, contractor, res n e cor 

Jefferson ave and William. 
Dolley Mrs Fannie, bds 576 W Michigan. 
Dolley John A, butter East Market, res 250 

E Vermont. 
Dollens Mrs Nettie W, music 19 N Penn, 

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Dollens Robert W, res '293 N Meridian. 
Dolte Dora, doniestio Illinois House. 
Dolmetsch p]ugene C, elk Charles Mayer & 

Co, res 504: N Mississippi. 
Dom Josiah, bartender H P flild,bds same. 
Donibroski John J, foreman Ewart Mnfg 

Co, res Haughvilie. 
Domestic Sewing Machine Co, 54 N Penn. 
Domestic Steam t,aundry, 

Henry Richters Proprietor, 73 N Illinois. 
Dominic Brother, teacher St John's school, 

res 74 W Georgia. 
DommangetPriscilla,domestic 1 1 i l'> Wash- 
ington. 
Domroese Charles R, mach haii 1 Western 

Furniture Co, res 44 Arizona- 
Donahoe, see also Donohue and 0' Donaghue. 
Donahoe James, boilermkr Sinker, Davis 

& Co, bds 53 Dorman. 
Donahoe Maggie, domestic 489 N Merid- 
ian. 
Donahoe Michael, conductor C I St L & C 

Ry, bds 183 Harrison. 
Donahue Annie, domestic 385 N Penn. 
Donahue Bessie E, bds 287 S New Jersey. 
Donahue Darby J, stonecutter, bds 287 S 

New Jersey. 
Donahue Ella, domestic Circle House. 
Donahue Honora (wid Martin), res 287 S 

New Jersey. 
Donahue John, brakeman C I St L & C Ry, 

bds 287 S New .Jersey. 
Donahue John, lab C I St L & C Ry shops. 
Donahue -John, foreman Citizens' St Ry, res 

63 W Georgia. 
Donahue Kate, domestic 397 N Penn. 
Donahue Mary, domestic 1083 N Tennessee. 
Donahue Mary, domestic 385 N Penn. 
Donahue Mary A, wks H Smith, bds 131 

Douglass. 
Donahue Michael, bartender Denison 

House, res 275 E Merrill. 
Donahue Patrick, lab CI St L & C Ry 

shops, res 507 E Georgia. 
Donahue Patrick, molder Indpls Mall 

Iron Co, bds H Gates, Haughvilie. 
Donahue Patrick, section hand Bee Line, 

res Brightwood. 
*Donald Elmore, lab Spiegel, Thoms & Co, 

res 422 Lafayette R R. 
Donald Robert, lab, res 109 Yeiser. 
Donaldson Amanda (wid Claibourne) ,bds 

193 Broadway. 
Donaldson Carl, cooper, res 321 W Market. 
Donaldson James, elk Charles Simmons, 

bds 229 W Washington. 
Donaldson James M, driver A Booth & 

Son, res 318 E Miami. 
Donavan, see also Donovan. 
Donavan Dennis, molder Sinker, Davis & 

Co, bds 108 Dougherty. 
Donavan Lawrence, stoker gas works, res 

108 Dougherty. 
Donavan Mary, bds 108 Dougherty. 



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Donecker Wm, cabinetmkr Emrich, Paul- 

ini & Co, res 36 Carlos. 
Dongus, Charles W, baker, bds 77 E Mc- 

Carty. 
Dongus Gustave A, baker, bds 77 E Mc- 

Carty. 
Dongus John M, lab H Herrmann, res 77 

E McCarty. 
Donivan Joseph A, conductor I & V R R, res 

48 W^oodlawn ave. 
Donlan Michael, boilermkr I D & S Ry, 

res Haughvilie. 
Donnan Barbara (wid David), res 126 N 

Tennessee. 
Donnan Carrie, dressmkr Woman's Ex- 
change, bds 126 N Tennessee. 
Donnan Emma, principal public school 

No 4. bds 126 N Tennessee. 
Donnan Laura, teacher High School No 1, 

bds 126 N Tennessee. 
Donnan Theodore, carp Atkins saw works, 

bds 126 N Tennessee. 
Donnan Wallace (Donnan & Oflf), res 902 

N Delaware. 
Donnan & OIF (Wallace Donnan, 

Christian Off), Stoves 119 E Washington. 
Donnell, see G'Donnell. 
Donnelly Ada, bds 3 133i Virginia ave. 
Donnelly Alexander, lab Sarven wheel 

works!! res 232 S Tennessee. 
Donnelly Anna, milliner A Greer, bds 26 

Henry. 
Donnelly Elizabeth (wid Francis), res 26 

Henry. 
Donnelly Ellen (wid Cornelius), res 600 N 

West. 
Donnelly James, lab, res 230 W Maryland. 
Donnelly Joseph, horse shoer Gough & 

Egan, res 313 S Missouri. 
Donnelly Julia G, tailoress, bds 600 N 

W^est. 
-Donnelly Laura, domestic 128 N Me- 
ridian. 
Donnelly Marie F, tailoress, bds 600 N 

West. 

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K a 9j Donnelly Maurice, foreman Landers, 
r, ^ g Barnes & Co, bds 128 Blake. 
14 g. 5 Donnelly Mollie (wid John), rms 166 W 
1^ ft) Washington. 

CI rt Donnelly Robert F, carp T Madden, res 
^ I S 109 Yeiser. 

P" o Donnelly Timothy, gardener, res w s Bel- 
^ th mont ave opp Johnson (W I). 
--0 Donnelly Wm, lab Kingan & Co, bds 62 
/\ 2 S California. 

!~ * Donner Mary, domestic, 305 E Ohio. 
b *- Donner John, huckster, rms 67 N New 
p" Jersey. 

u * Donnery Patrick, salesman D C Gill, res 
H 353 Coburn. 

Q Donnery Thomas, upholsterer, bds 353 

r\ Coburn. 

^ Donohoe Wm H, solicitor D F Swain, bds 
(5 Pyle House. 

Donohue, see also Donahoe and O'Donaghue. 

Donohue Daniel, iron worker Sinker, 
jxA». Davis & Co, res 53 Dorman. 
(^^ Donohue Hannah (wid James), res 403 
vi?5^ Pendleton pike. 

Donohue Jeremiah, lab, res 253 S Tennes- 



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Donohue John, carriage painter, bds 493 S 

Tennessee. 
Donohue John, elk M M Williams, bds 253 

S Tennessee. 
Donohue Michael, lab OS Gillette, bds 403 

Pendleton pike. 
Donohue Nellie, bds 53 Dorman. 
Donohue Patrick, lab, res 311 W Court. 
Donohue Thomas, lab, res 238 Fayette. 
Donohue Timothy, soldier, res 53 Dorman. 
Donohue Timothy jr, lab, bds 53 Dorman. 
Donough Cora, sleeping car ticket elk, bds 

266 S Meridian. 
Donough Daniel R, genl ticket agt ludpls 

Union Ry Co Union Depot, res 266 S 

Meridian. 
Donough Louis, ticket elk Union Depot, 

bds 266 S Meridian. 
Donovan, see also Donaran. 



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Donovan Benjamin C, undertaker H W 

Tutewiler, res 398 N California. 
Donovan Cornelius, soldier U S Arsenal. 
Donovan Daniel, brakeman.rms 83 N Ten- 



Donovan Elizabeth (wid James), bds 39* 

Walcott. 
Donovan George W, lab, res 475 N Cali- 
fornia. 
Donovan Harvey, lab Mendenhall & Son, 

res 301 Pendleton pike. 
Donovan James, expressman, res 364 W 

North. 
Donovan James E, mach hand Indpls Cab- 
inet Co, bds 293 Davidson. 
Donavan James R watchman U S^Encaus- 

tic Tile works, res 293 Davidson. 
Donovan Jesse, helper Indpls Cabinet Co, 

bds 293 Davidson. 
Donovan John, driver Indpls wheel works, 

bds 950 N New Jersey. 
Donovan John, engineer, res 92 S Liberty. 
Donovan John N, brickmason, res 340 Dil- 
lon. 
Donovan Mary, cook Institution for the 

Blind. 
Donovan Susan (wid Samuel G), bds 179 

Bright. 
Donovan Thomas V, mach, res414Hanna. 
Donovan Wm, lab Indpls wheel works, bds 

398 N California. 
Donovan Wm, engineer Bee Line, res 57 

Dorman. 
*Donoway Patience (wid Albert), res 227 

Elm. 
Donson Charles W (Donson & Co), res 307 

N Mississippi. 
Donson & Co (Charles W Donson, Henry 

C Brunson), coal and coke cor Canal 

and St Clair. 
Doody Edward P, foreman Hetherington & 

Berner, res 292 Blake. 
Doody Wm, attendant Insane Hospital. 
Dooley Zachariah, driver H F Solliday, 

bds 177 W Washington. 
Doolittle Edwin F (Meyer & Doolittle), 

res 320 N East. 
Doolittle George H, driver Parrott & Tag- 

gart, res 134 Clifford ave. 
Doolittle Samuel O, messenger Am Ex Co. 
Dophin Philip, painter Sinker, Davis & Co. 
Doran Bettie, domestic Insane Hospital. 
Doran Emma, burnisher Standard Electro 

Plate works, bds 36 Ash. 
Doran Frank C, civil engineer Union Ry 

Co, res 148 N Illinois. 
Doran Henry S, tinner J Gardner, bds 220 

Indiana ave. 
Doran Michael W E, millwright, res 36 

Ash. 
Doran Oscar W, engineer Richardson & 

Evans, res 177 Blake. 
Dorbecker Henry, barber, bds 77 N New- 
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Dorbecker Jacob H, mach, res 77 N New 

Jersey. 
Dorbecker Louisa (wid John), res 77 N 

New Jersey. 
Dorch Win, teamster Shover & Dickson. 
Dordell Frederick, varnisher, res 271 Co- 
burn. 
Doremus Charles E, helper car works, res 

431 S Meridian. 
Doremus George, carriagemkr J F Miller, 

res 678 S Meridian. 
Doremus Henry C, loungemkr Born & Co, 

bds 678 S Meridian. 
Doremus Howard F, drayman Parrott & 

Taggart, res 21 Sullivan. 
Dorey Wm (Morris & Dorey), res 344 Belle- 

fontaine. 
Dorey Wm J, engineer Sarven wheelwks, 

res 32 Hutchins block. 
Doris Lettie, stenographer J Haas, bds 26^ 

Mass ave. 
Dorland Ann (wid Philip V), res 129 N 

Penn. 
Dorman Mrs Minerva, rms 188 W Ohio. 
Dorn Louis, lab W H Messenger, res 13 

Macauley. 
Dorrell Wm, teamster, res e s Nordyke ave 

3 s of Morris (W I). 
Dorschell Ernest H, mach Atlas works, bds 

s w cor Peru and 8th. 
Dorsev Alvin E. elk A Prange, res 21 

Plum. 
Dorsey Charles B, mach Atlas works, res 

s w cor Peru and 8th. 
"•■■'Dorsey Collis, lab, res Michigan road and 

Lalajette R R crossing. 
Dorsey Daniel L, student, bds 237 Central 

ave. 
*Dorsey Edward, driver, res 2 Lafayette. 
Dorsey Effie (wid Michael M), res 313 

Pendleton pike. 
Dorsey Frank O, student, bds 237 Central 

ave. 
•Dorsey George W, watchman, res 123 Col- 
umbia. 
*Dorsey James, stoves 59i Indiana ave, res 

187 W 2d. 
*Dorsey James W, driver New Independent 

Ice Co, res 36 Mclntire. 
Dorsey John, molder, bds 66 English ave. 
Dorsey J Wm B, engineer I & V R R, res 

35 S Arsenal ave. 
Dorsey Katherine L (wid Robert S), res 

237 Central ave. 
*Dorsey Mary (wid David), res 143 St 

Mary. 
*Dorsey Mary, domestic 1.30 N Alabama. 
Dorsey Peter J, fireman Brush Electric 

Light Co. 
Dorsey Robert L, sec'y and treas Tucker & 

& Dorsey Mnfg Co, bds 237 Central ave. 
"■•■Dorsey Samuel, lab, bds 123 Columbia. 
Dorsey Thomas, lab Kiugan & Co, res 248 

W Market. 



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*Dorsey Wm, barber, bds 133 Douglass. 
"*Dorsey Wm, lab, res n s Prospect nr Belt 

R R. 
Dorvoil Louis, plumber, bds 245 E Wash- 
ington. 
Dorvoil Therese (wid Charles), res 245 E 

Washington. 
Dory Joseph, engineer, res 329 N Missis- 
sippi. 
Dosch Wm D, driver, res 193 Virginia ave. 
Dosenbach Joseph, lab, res 865 S Meridian. 
Dosser Edward, elk A Burdsal, bds 1900 S 

Illinois. 
Dotson, see also Dodson. 
Dotson James, painter, res 336 Protpect. 
Dotson Wm T, carp, res 141 Patterson. 
Doty Harriet (wid Carey), res 191 W 3d. 
Dotterer Amanda, elk F Boeling, bds 228 

W McCarty. 
Doty Philip, printer, bds 80 S Mississippi. 
Doud, see also Dowd. 
Doud James, fireman C St L & P R R, res 

44 Summit. 
Dougherty, see also Daugherty and Doherty. 
Dougherty Bernard S, steam fitter, bds 258 

Douglass. 
Dougherty Charles, messenger P O, res 456 

S Illinois. 
Dougherty Daniel M, lab, bds 258 Douglass. 
Dougherty Ella, bds 19 S West. 
Dougherty Ernest L, elk A Kiefer & Co, 

bds 86 iloyt ave. 
Dougherty Frank L (Dougherty & Wiley), 

res 86 Hoyt ave. 
Dougherty Grace M, bds 456 S Illinois. 
Dougherty Jane (wid John), bds A Rose- 
I brough (W I). 
[ Dougherty John, section hand Bee Line, 

bds 21 Leon. 
Dougherty John, cigarmkr J Rauch, bds 

507 E Market. 
Dougherty Kate (wid John), laundress, res 
! 178 Agnes. 

j Dougherty Katie F, bookbinder, bds 450 S 
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Dougherty Maggie C, dressmkr L S Ayres 
& Co, bds 456 S Illinois. 

Dougherty Mary (wid Wm), res 22 Wis- 
consin. 

Dougherty Mary, laundress Gem Laundry, 
bds 418 S Illinois. 

Dougherty Mattie, bds 19 S West. 

Dougherty May E, bds 178 Agnes. 

Dougherty Patrick, pedler, bds 21 Leon. 

Dougherty Patrick F, bartender, res 21 
Henry. 

Dougherty Wm, cooper, res 19 S West. 

Dougherty & Wiley (Frank L Dougherty, 
James H Wiley), grocers 603 E Wash- 
ington. 

Doughitt Elisha M, carp, res Lake (N I). 

Doughtey Lafayette, lab Kingan & Co, res 
11 Minerva. 

Dougfbty Ernest M, Dealer in 
Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats 191 S Ten- 
nessee, res same. 

Doughty Philip G, compositor News, bds 
80 S Mississippi. 

*Douglass Booker, lab, bds e s Martindale 
ave 1 n of Belt K E. 

*Douglass Charles, broommkr Perry & 
Prince, bds 608 N West. 

^Douglass Clinton, porter Bates House bar- 
ber shop, rooms 26 S Meridian. 

Douglass Mrs Edith W, marker New York 
Steam Laundry, bds 18 W Georgia. 

Douglass Ellen B, res 251 N Meridian, 

■•■•Douglass Howard, lab, res 608 N West. 

Douglass James G, res 251 N Meridian. 

Douglass Jefferson B, brakeman, rms 83 N 
Tennessee. 

Douglass John W, lab Standard Oil Co, 
res 40 Lincoln Lane. 

Douglass Mattie, res 147 W Maryland. 

Dous:lass Robert, Publisher and 
Wholesale Dealer in Subscription Books 
n e cor Washington and Meridian, res 
Princeton, Ind. 

Douglass Robert, butcher, bds Milton Hunt 
(WI). 

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Douglass Robert L, res 335 N Mississipj.i 

Douglass Samuel L, opr W U Tel Co, res 
282 Indiana ave. 

Douglass Wm W, publshr, res 364 N ^^fw 
Jersey. 

Doup Delia (wid Thomas), res 255 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Doust Anna M, bkkpr Indpls Stereotype 
works, bds 221 N East