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INDIANAPObIS 

GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



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Manufacturers of Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door and Window Frames, Brackets, Mouldings, 
Flooring, Ceiling, Rough and Dressed Pine, Poplar and Ash Lumber, Flooring 
Worked, Lumber Sawed and Dressed to Order. AlsoDealersin 



FRAME LUMBER, 
SHINGLES AND LATH, 
NEWELS, BALUSTERS, 
AND JOB TURNING. 



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INDIANAPOLIS, IND, 



FACTORY AND OFFICE, 38, 40 AND 42 
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COAL, WOOD AND KINDLINGS. 



222, 252, 254 S. Meridian St., 105 N. Delaware St. 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

TELEPHONE 356. Orders by Mail or Telephone Promptly Attended to. 



Established 1850. 500 Students Annually. open all Year. 

Book-keepins:, 1 

Banking:, - I 

Business Practice *-' '^~ 

Arithmetic, 

Commercial Law 

Penmanship, 

Preparatory, 

Elocution. 




When Block, N. Penn. St., Opp. P. O. Elevator Day and Night. 

INDIANAPOLIS BUSINESS UNIVERSITY, 

(Bryant & Strattou and Indianapolis Business Colleges, Consolidated INs'i.) 

Acknowledged the Leading Business, Shorthand and Preparatory School. 

The University supports its claim to superiority by the extent and thoroughness of its 

course of study and the success of its graduates in the different avenues of life, 

It has the facilities it advertises, and meets the expectation of its patrons 

by the honest fulfillment of every promise. 

Business Education pays. It bestows self-reliance, ensures profitable employment, 
assists capital, builds fortunes, establishes independence and leads to distinction. SicCEss de- 
pends most on the ability to do. Education and skill are the universal requirements. The youth 
and men of today who come to the front must have strong heads and trained hands. Opportuni- 
ties come to him who is prepared to act. Get ready; there is important work lor you. The young 
people of to-day must soon hold the affairs of the business world In their hands. Those who are 
the best prepared will be found in the highest places. The Business Universiiy has the confi- 
dence and patronage of men who employ skilled help. 

Shorthand and Typewriting: have become indispensable factors in thedaily opera- 
tions of every line of trade and enterprise. Constant and remunerative employment and direct 
lines of promotion are open to persons who have this skill. Shorthand as tanght at the Business 
University can be learned by any person who has energy, ambition and a fair knowledge of correct 
pronunciation and spelling. Young ladies are specially adapted to this line of work, and there is 
certainly no more agreeable or profitable employment for girls who, from choice or necessity, have 
to earn a living. This qualification is not utilized in business houses alone, but lawyers, editors, 
authors, railroad ofticials, bankers and others appreciate the necessity and value of the stenogra- 
pher, and the call for competent help of this character is greater than the supply. There is also a 
growing demand for stenographers who understand book keeping and have a general business 
education. For Type-writer practice the Institution Is well equipped with the leading machines. 

Xhe 'WritlnK Classes are under the direction of skillful penmen and most successful 
teachers. Our success in this specialty is attested by hundreds of students whom we have taught 
to write a rapid business hand. 

Attend the Best. Waste no time in a "cheap school." Suchplacesmake weak students. 
If you would grow strong and prepare yourself for the best positions, attend an institution that 
commands the respect and confidence of the beat businessmen. The Business University is pro- 
gressive and prosperous, and has the best facilities known to business educators. 

Terms of Admission. No entrance examination is required. Students enter any 
time for Selected Branches or Full Diploma course, receive class and individual instruction six 
hours daily and advance independently in their work. The time and expense for a complete 
course depends upon the education, aptitude and application of the student. 

■We extend our hearty thanks to the students and friends of the University who 
have klndlv aided us in securing patronage by their generous endorsement and faithful represen- 
tation of our work. We shall continue with steadfast effort to promote the welfare of every stu- 
dent, hoping to receive a still larger patronage from those who desire to obtain a sound business 
education for themselves or their friends. 

Visitors always 'Welcome. Everybody is cordially invited to call and examine 
our course of study and superior facilities for thorough business training. After a visit to the 
institution we are confident vou will place a higher estimate on business education and take a 
deejier interest in the work and success of the Indianapolis Business University. 

For terms and full information call at Office. Take Elevator at Entrance of When Block. 
Telephone 499 or write. 

Beautiful 64 pagfe Catalogue and 12 pag:e Commercial Current Free. 

DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL. 

This Institution does what it promises. 



E. J. HEEB, President. 



DEAN BROS. 

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Office and Works, Cor. Madison Ave. and Ray St. 




MANUFACTURERS OF STEAM PUMPING 
MACHINERY FOR ALL PURPOSES. 




BOILER FEEDERS, FIRE PUMPS, DUPLEX PUMPS, 
DISTILLERY PUMPS, AIR PUMPS, 

VACUUM PUMPS, BREWERY PUMPS. 



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-^ ^W' A VING had more than stventeeu years' successful 
"^^^^ experience in securing Letters Patent, and having 

^j^s, also a thorough knowledge of Mecha 
as well as Patent Law, we continue to offer our services 
to Inventors and Owners of Patent Property, confi- 
dent of our ability to give entire satisfaction to 
those who desire the best protection available for 
their inventions. 

We not only procure Patents, Trade Marks, 
Designs, Copyrights, Labels, and all forms 
of Protection granted by ihe United States 
and other Governments on works of In 
vention and Authorship, but we act as 
Counsel and Expertsin litigatedcases, /s A^ 
or where litigation is expected or / j? Qi^ 
threatened. We also make invesli- / n* (_) 
gallons, when a determination of 
thevalidityorscopeof anyex- / 
isting Patent is desired, upon 



which to base a purchase 




of such Patent, or a de- 
cision as to whether the 
manufacture or sale 
of the invention 
described ixx it 
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'I he leading 
Inventors and 
Manufacturers 
Indianapolis and 
vicinity are now and 



have been for years 
regular clients, as well 
as many from ether por- 
tions of Indiana and other 
ates, north, west and south. 
One member of our firm spends 
a considerable portion of his time 
in Washington, D. C, and we thus 
have unsurpassed facilities for trans- 
acting our business. This arrangement 
gives our clients in this portion of the coun- 
try the advantage of personal consultations 
with their attorneys, and also the advantage 
of the personal attendance of their attorneys a 
the Patent Office in the prosecution of their cases. 
We refer to the banks, express companies, mer- 
cantile agencies and leading manufacturers of Indiana- 
polis. Inventors will find it to their interest to con- 
sult us. Promptness and efficiency guaranteed. Call or write 
for pamphlet. Charges always reasonable. 




R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

INDIANAPOLIS 

CITY DIRECTORY 

For 1894. 

EMBRACING A COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BUSINESS FIRMS 
PRIVATE CITIZENS, A DIRECTORY OF THE CITY AND COUNTY 
OFFICERS, CHURCHES AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS, BENEVOLENT, 
LITERARY AND OTHER ASSOCIATIONS, BANKS, INCOR- 
PORATED INSTITUTIONS, INDIANA STATE GOVERN- 
MENT, ETC., ALSO A COMPLETE DIRECTORY 
OF MT. JACKSON, BRIGHTWOOD, HAUGH- 
VILLE, IRVINGTON, NORTH INDIANAP- 
OLIS AND WEST INDIANAPOLIS. 



TO WHICH IS ADDED 



A REVISED MAP OF THE CITY AND SUBURBS WITH STREET GUIDE 



A Complete Classified Business Directory 

Volume XL. 






1 




INDIANAPOLIS : 



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

CAELON 4 HOLLENBECK, PEINTEBS AND 



1894. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1894. by E. L. Polk & Co., In the office of the 
Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C. 



FORTIETH VOLUME. 



INTRODUCTORY. 



In presenting this, the fortieth volume 
of the Directory of the City of Indianap- 
olis, the publishers, with some degree of 
pride and satisfaction, call attention to 
the handy size of the volume and its clear, 
compact, artistic and beautiful typograph- 
ical appearance. The city has had a sur- 
prisingly vigorous growth during the past 
twelve months and the effort of the pub- 
Ushers has been to make in this volume a 
full showing of all names that belong to a 
work of this character, and at the same 
time to keep the greatly augmented list 
from making a book too bulky for con- 
venient reference. This volume for 1S94 will 
show for itself how successfully this has 
heen done. 

POPULATION. 

Notwithstanding the business depression 
of the last half of 1893 the population of 
Indianapolis again shows a satisfactory in- 
crease. This is accounted for by the fact 
that the ill effects of the ftnancial strin- 
gency touched this city more lightly than 
elsewhere. The number of the unemployed 
was never in as large proportion to the 
population as in other cities of the country, 
while the cost of living— food, rent and 
fuel— has always been low. 

The Directory of 1893 contained 55,025 
names; this Directory contains 57,598, an 
Increase of 2,573 names. Allowing two and 
a half in population to the name, which is 
a very conservative estimate, and one 
which in past years has been found to tally 
closely with the census— the increase for 
the year has been 6,422, and the population 
aa shown by the Directory of 1894 is 143,995, 
or, in round figures, 144,000. This includes, 
of course, the inmiedlate suburbs of Indi- 
anapolis, which are as much a part of it 
aa if they were under the same municipal 
government, as they should be, as they de- 
pend upon Indianapolis for their existence. 

At the present rate of Increase it is plain- 
ly to be seen that the population of this 
city less than sis years hence, at the be- 
elnning of the year 1900, will be more than 
200,000. It Is, however, not unlikely that 



this figure will be greatly exceeded, the 
rapid development of Indiana as a manu- 
facturing State being of direct benefit to 
this city, with its superior advantages in 
cheap living, abundance of common labor, 
central location and admirable facilities as 
a shipping point. 

"THE CITY OF HOMES." 
A few years ago the name of "The City 
of Concentric Circles" was given to Indi- 
anapolis. Before this it had been long 
known as the "Railroad City;" but for sev- 
eral years the name most frequently ap- 
plied to it. especially by visitors, is "The 
City of Homes," a designation it is pre- 
eminently entitled to wear. In no city of 
the Union is wealth more evenly distributed 
than here. The extremes of great wealth 
and pinching poverty do not present them- 
selves in this community. There are not 
three millionaires in the population, but 
there are thousands in comfortable and 
prosperous circumstances, and nearly sev- 
enty-five per cent, of mechanics and emr 
ployes own their homes and are putting 
by money in building associations. There 
is almost an entire absence of class dis- 
tinctions, owing, doubtless, to the fact that 
the population stands so nearly on the same 
financial level. The even distribution of 
wealth gives to the population a perma- 
nence and stability possessed by no other 
large city, and has insured to Indianapolis 
a peaceful and law-abiding community 
which has made her greatly envied by 
other cities. Popular disturbances, usual 
to large American cities, are here infre- 
quent and have been free from the blood- 
shed that accompanies them elsewhere. 
A GREAT RAILROAD CENTER. 
Indianapolis is the city nearest the center 
of population in the United States and near- 
est the center of the great railroad and 
commercial systems. It has for years been 
a convenient and popular meeting-place for 
organizations of an inter-state and national 
nature. The hospitable character of its 
citizens has done much to bring such gath- 



58 



INTRODUCTORY. 



ermgs here, but the greatly increased hotel 
accomodations will insure even more ex- 
tended recognition in the future. The pres- 
ent hotel equipment of this city is of mag- 
nificent proportions, giving capacity to en- 
tertain any gathering that is liliely to be 
called together in this country for many 
years to come. Previous to 1S93 there was 
doubt as to whether tWs city could enter- 
tain a national convention of one of the 
dominant political parties, but the manner 
In which the National Encampment of the 
Grand Army of the Republic was cared foi 
last September wholly dispelled all doubt 
on that score. The maintaining of the 
hotels of this city is not dependent upon 
great gatherings of people at this point, 
numerous as they may be, but on every-day 
commercial patronage which naturally 
comes here by reason of its location as a 
railroad center. 

Fifteen completed lines of raUroad enter 
this city, and these connect with nearly one 
hundred lines within the State and near its 
borders. These fifteen lines all bring their 
passengers into the new Union Station, the 
handsomest and best arranged structure for 
the purpose ever erected. From this sta- 
tion one hundred and twenty-flve passenger 
trains arrive and depart every twenty-four 
hours, carrying a daily average of twenty- 
five thousand passengers and malting this 
staUon a scene of perpetual bustle. It is 
worthy of note that this great throng of 
people is so well looked after by the offic- 
ers chosen for that duty that years go by 
without the sightest accident to a single 
passenger. 

MANUFACTURES AND MERCHANDISE 
It is estimated that a popuation exceed- 
ing two milions is directly dependent upon 
and tributary to the trade of this city. 
The wholesale houses here are known far 
and wide for their solid and conservative 
character and their thorough business in- 
tegrity. Indianapolis is known everywhere 
as an honest market for both buyers and 
sellers. No other city can show so few 
faiures among jobbers during the past 
twenty-flve years, the period in which the 
wholesale trade of Indianapolis has been 
built up. There are now over three hun- 
dred wholesale houses, with sales aggre- 
gating sixty millions a year. Retail 
houses in the various lines of merchandis- 
ing number about 1,100. The country tribu- 
tary to the trade of this city has, during 
the past ten years, greaty increased in 
■wealth and the county towns have become 
active, thriving cities, with multiplied 
wants which this city is called upon to flU. 
This is not alone true of the natural gas 
region, the growth of which has been most 
extraordinary, but of nearly all the terri- 
tory in which this city is interested. 

Over one thousand factories, great and 
small, are in operation in this city and its 
suburbs. Their output is distributed all 



over the United States and territories, 
while no inconsiderable quantity is shipped 
to far-ofC foreign lands. Many of these fac- 
tories, by the use of natural gas, not only 
save money on their fuel bills but obtain a 
superior product to that produced by coal 
fuel. This is specially noticed In a number 
of steel products. 

The manufactories located in the gas field 
must necessarily look to this city for most 
of their supplies and facilltiesi for shipment 
of their output. While gas fuel is made free 
In many parts of the gas field, that fact 
does not overcome the disadvantages under 
which they do business. Many of them have 
found It a mistake to have located away 
from police and fire protection, where com- 
mon labor is often difficult to obtain and 
where there Is a heavy additional cost in 
transportation. 

THE WELFARE OF THE CITT. 

Tlie merchants, manufacturers, bankers 
and business men of the city support two 
organizations which are generous rivals In 
working for the benefit of the city and ad- 
vertising its advantages far and wide. 
These are the Board of Trade and the Com- 
mercial Club, the last named occupying a 
new eight-storied stone front building, 
which is not only an architectural triumph 
in appearance but is a model of business 
comfort and convenience. This building 
was erected by the Club and Is owned by it. 
The Board of Trade also occupies its own 
building and both organizations are on a 
solid financial footing. 

Years ago it was seen that with the great 
number of railroads centering here and the 
constantly increasing freight traffic that It 
would be necessary to have a belt road to 
tr;in.sler cars fiom one line to another and 
to carry them around instead of through 
the city. All the roads are connected with 
the Belt, which connects also with the Union 
tracks and the Union Stock Yards. Over 
live thousand freight cars pass daily over 
this Belt and from three to five hundred 
car-loads of stock are handled daily at 
these yards. 

A great number of large manufacturing 
tnterprises are located on the Belt and find 
the finest tracking facilities afforded in the 
country. 

STREET flAILROAD FACILITIES. 
\'isitors never fail to notice the street raU- 
road facilities here and the comparisons 
that follow are always complimentary to 
the Indianapolis lines. The Citizen's Street 
Railroad Company's lines extend to every 
part of the city and to the following sub- 
urbs: Brightwood, Mapleton, North Indi- 
anapolis, Haughville, Mount Jackson, West 
Indianapolis and Irvington. The entire 
poi.ulation of the city and Its suburbs is 
brought in direct and speedy connection 
with the wholesale and retail and manufac- 
turing precincts. 



INTRODUCTORY. 



59 



On January 1, 1894, the company had 
eighty-one miles ot electric road and six- 
teen miles of animal power. On January 1. 
1S93, there were twenty-five miles ot elsc- 
trically equipped road and fifty miles ot 
animal power. The difference between in- 
dicates the great work that has been done 
in twelve months. The equipment of the 
lines is rapidly being brought up to the best 
standard known in street railway art. 
Fifty new vestibule cars were put on early 
in 1894. The property is bonded at four 



should be remarked that Indianapolis, un- 
like most cities, depends but little on for- 
eign capital in making her business build- 
ings, and her business property, like the 
residence property, is owned here and is 
not numbered among the assets ot toielgn 
loaning associations. 

hkalth, iJKAUxy, convenience. 

Indianapolis Is a city of health, beauty 
and convenience. The broad streets lined 
with magnificent shade trees are the ad- 



mlllions of dollars and capitalized at five miration of all visitors. The pure atmos- 
mlllions. The total number of men on the Phere, clear and smokeless because of the 
pay-roll varies, ranging from seven hun- I a^lmost universal use of natural gas fuel. 



dred to eight hundred, including extras. 
During the past year the company was th.^ j 
largest employer of labor In the city, em- 
ploying, in addition to the car-running 
force, over 1,500 men, the latter in construc- 
tion alone. 



matter of frequent favorable com- 
ment. Pure water, pure air and an entire 
absence of the tenement house system 
usual to large cities combine to cut down 
the percentage of deaths to a remarkable 
low figure. Its school system Is acknowl- 



The present transfer ticket is the most i edged everywhere and by the highest au- 



llberal In use in the United States, except 
the one used in Rochester, N T., which is 
exactly like it, and allows transfer from 
every line to every line. This liberal sys- 
tem of transfer extends to the suburban 
lines. During the present year the sys- 
tem will be made electric throughout and 
when this is done there will be no city in 
the world with as comulete a system ot 
street railway lines and so admirably 
adapted to the needs of the community it 
serves as Indianapolis. 

MATERIAX. IMPROVEMENT. 
Notwithstanding that 1893 was everywhere 
held to be a year of depression, this 
city went foi-ward In Its course of 
material Improvement, its progress being 
• marked both by great public and private 
enterprises. Many miles of new streets 



thorities to be the best in the United States. 
The school buildings are all modem, con- 
\eniently located and arranged, and of sub- 
stantial character. There are two high 
schools, thirty-six buildings for the lower 
grades, 375 teachers and 21,200 enrolled 
, scholars. The maintaining of these schools 
i .o.sts S4iii).i«m a year. Butler University, at 
I Irvlngton, connected with the city by elec- 
tric railroad, is an institution of which the 
I State may well be proud. Its corps of pro- 
j fessors and tutors is complete and em- 
braces the highest educational talent. Irv- 
j ington is the most attractive suburb of 
the city and the spacious grounds about 
the University are beautiful. Irvlngton la 
noted for Its handsome residences, well 
shaded avenues and picturesque drives. 

Indianapolis has long been known as a 
city of churches and several new ones 



and sewers were made, the work being i ^'^^^ ^^^"^ ''""•^ during the past year. The 



continued far Into the winter when such | 
work usually is suspended. Many miles of 
handsome concrete sidewalks were laid, 
while others for the present year wer,- 
planned sufficient to make this, when the 
work Is completed, the best furnished 



churches now number 152, representing an 
investment of over $10,000,000, with a mem- 
bership of 40,000 and a Sunday-school at- 
tendance of 35,000. 

The fuel supply of the city and its sub- 
urbs is unsurpassed. Indianapolis, the me- 



beautiful and durable sidewalks of any city ; '•™Po'is of the State, the political, financial 
in the West Several large and expensive ""'' — -■-' -— ^ .,,•.--, 
buildings have been completed during the 
past year. Among these may be mentioned 
the new City Library, an example of pure 
classic architecture that is greatly admired 
and is embellished by a bronze group 
which adds yet more to its beauty; the 
handsome buiding of the Socialer Turn- 
Verein, on Michigan street near New Jer- 
sey, and the County Prison, on South Ala- 
bama street. Among the handsome busi- 
ness blocks erected during the year may be 
mentioned W. B. Burford's block on Pearl 
street and the Cordova building on West 
Washington street. The number of busi- 
ness blocks and private residences erected 
while not up to the standard of the pre- 
vious year, was In every way creditable to 
the push and. enterprise of the city. It 



nd social center of Indiana, stands on the 
border of the largest continuous district of 
gas-beartng land in the world, comprising 
over twenty thousand square miles, an area 
that has been tested by thousands of gas 
wells, the tests giving ample demonstration 
that the supply is inexhaustible. Three 
lines penetrate this wonderful field from 
this city— the Consumers' Trust, the In- 
dianapolis Natural Gas Company and the 
Manufacturers' Natural Gas Company, the 
last named being, as its name indicates, 
for supplying manufacturing enterprises 
exclusively. The saving to private consum- 
ers by the use of this fuel Is not less thaa 
a million dollars a year, while the cleanli- 
ness and convenience experienced In Its use 
are beyond computation in dollars and 
cents. 



INTEODUCTOKY. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND PARKS. 
Indianapolis takes pride In the public 
buildings within her borders. The greatest 
of these is the State House, a marvel of 
beauty and solidity which cost, built with 
the most scrupulous care and most exact- 
ing honesty, $2,000,000; a County Court 
House, $1,600,000; Tomlinson Hall, in which 
all large popular assemblages meet, capa- 
ble of seating nearly 5,000 persons; a new 
Union Station, $1,000,000; the finest Soldiers' 
Monument in the world, costing nearly 
half a million, and towering to such a 
height that it can be seen for mUes; the 
Central Hospital for the Insane, with 1,600 
patients and nearly 400 employes, a little 
city in itself; the State Institute for the 
Blind; the State Insitute for the Deaf and 
Dumb; the Women's Prison and State Re- 
formatory for Women and Girls; a City 
Hospital the equipment of which Is second 
to none in the West. There is great ac- 
tivity in medical and surgical art and there 
are a dozen sanitoriums in which patients 
are cared for. In the residence portions 
of the city the houses are not crowded to- 
gether as in most cities. Each residence, 
from the statliest mansion to the humblest 
cottage has its own front and baclc yards 
separating it from its neighbors. In most 
of the streets all fences have been removed, 
thus permitting the beautiful and well kept 
lawns to join together. This gives a suc- 
cession of little parks and makes a favor- 
able impression upon visitors. 

The city is now beginning to pay more at- 
tention to the subject of public parks. 
There are three public parks north of 
Washington street. They are small but 
are pretty breathing spots. These are Mil- 
itary, Blind Asylum and University Parks, 
the first named and largest containing 
fourteen acres, the others being the dimen- 
sions of a single city square bounded by 
four streets. 

On the southern edge of the city is Gar- 
field Park, a tract containing over eighty 
acres. This is now being adorned and 
beautified. It bids fair to be a place of ex- 
ceeding beauty, as the ground has great 
natural advantages. The tract is graceful- 
ly rolling, a good part of it covered with 
native forest trees. There are broad drive- 
ways, winding walks for pedestrians and 
rustic seats for the weary. Among the at- 
tractions is a gcod-sized and very pretty 
lake formed by the confluent waters of 
Pleasant Run and Bean Creek, two pic- 
turesque little streams that meander 
through the park from east to west. 

There are also two large parks on the 
north side of the city which, though open 
to the public, are of private ownership. 
One of these is the Armstrong Park and 
the other Fairview Park, the last named 
being the property of the Citizens' Street 
Railroad Company. The company is con- 



stantly adding to the attractions of this 
place, which has great natural beauty and 
is capable of a high degree of adornment. 
This park Is a succession of delightful 
wooded knolls, which rise above the val- 
ley which is to the west and north and 
overlook a most charming prospect of wa- 
ter, fields, meadows and woodland. 

BANKS AND FINANCE. 
The city has four national banks, Indi- 
ana National, Merchants' National, Meri- 
dian National and Capital National, and 
three private banks, S. A. Fletcher & Co., 
the State Bank of Indiana and the Bank of 
Commerce. These institutions have an ag- 
gregate capital of $5,000,000 and transact 
business on the most conservative princi- 
ples. Indianapolis has no savings bank for 
the wage earner, its place being taken by 
building and loan associations which, thus 
far, have been signally safe and profitable 
to investors. During the past ten years 
these institutions have added hundreds of 
thousands of dollars to the tangible wealth 
of the community and have built up scores 
of new additions with cosy and beautiful 
homes for working people. These associ- 
ations now exceed one hundred and their 
aggregate capital is $10,000,000. 

FIRE AND POLICE. 
The fire and police departments of Indi- 
anapolis have been wholly removed from 
political influences and are now strictly 
non-partisan. The head of these two 
branches of the public service Is the Board 
of Public Safety, consisting of three mem- 
bers, only two of whom may belong to the 
same political party. The membership of 
the two forces is divided equally between 
the two great political parties. The effect 
of this policy in the fire department has 
been especially good, and the department 
has an efficiency second to none in the 
country. The force is small considering the 
area it is required to protect, the territory 
being about twenty-one square miles. Dur- 
ing the past year this city has had no 
large or disastrous fires. The streets are 
wide and only twice in the history of the 
city has a fire succeeded in crossing a 
street. There are seven steam engines, three 
chemical engines, eleven hose wagons, 
thirteen buildings, 150 miles of fire-alarm 
wire, 150 fire-alarm boxes, hose, etc. The 
Indianapolis Water Company (the Holly 
system) has increas-^d the size of its mains 
during the year and added materially to 
the facilities for the protection of property. 
This company also furnishes the private as 
well as the public suply of water. Indian- 
apolis has a better supply of pure water 
than any city of its size, or larger, in the 
United States. It is clear, sparkling and 
beautiful, showing imder the Investigation 
of the chemist the highest degree of ex 
cellence. 



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INDEBTEDNESS, IMPROVEMENTS. 

The negotiable indebtedness of the State 
of Indiana is less than $3,000,000; the in- 
debtedness of Marion county Is about 
$1,500,000, and that of the city of Indianap- 
olis about $1,400,000. There is a constitu- 
tJonal limitation to the indebtedness of the 
county and the city. The rate of taxation 
on property in this city for State, county 
and city purposes is only $1.67 on the hun- 
dred dollars. 

Up to date the following is an exhibit 
of the length in miles of all permanently 
Improved streets in the city: 

Streets paved with asphalt 17.64 miles 

Streets paved with brick 10.56 miles 

Streets paved with cedar block... 1.90 miles 
Streets paved with macadam 2.28 miles 

The work compl.:ted in 1893 in permanent 
street improvements was as follows: 

Miles. Cost 

Asphalt streets 7.14 $597,024.89 

Brick streets 3.42 168,201.69 

Total 10.53 1865,226.68 

REAL, ESTATE VAX,UES. 

By the original plat of the city, which 
embraced four sections of land^ the lots 
were made 67^4 feet front by 195 (some 
202V4 feet) deep, and have always been 
valued by the front foot If valued by the 
square foot, as such property is valued 
in most cities, comparison would show that 
property is much cheaper here than in oth- 
er cities of like population. The highest 
value that the best business property has 
attained, independent of Improvements, is 
$2,000 a front foot, about equal to $10 a 
square foot. Second-class business proper- 
ty is worth from $500 to $750 a front foot, 
and the best dwelling property from $75 to 
$200 a front foot. Residence property ad- 
joining the city limits is valued at from 
$500 to $2000 an acre, while manufacturing 



sites along the line of the Belt Railroad 
can be had at from $250 to $500 an acre. 
The reason that property within the city 
limits can be had for such low figures is 
on account of the city having been located 
on a level plain, with facilities for growth 
in all directions, and no one is compelled 
to pay an exorbitant price for a choice lo- 
cation on account of being hemmed in by 
river, hills or swamps, as is the case in 
some cities. Rapid transit facilities in this 
city now make the matter of distance of 
little consideration, distance being no 
longer a matter of miles but rather of a 
few short minutes. 

The map of Indianapolis which forms a 
part of this Directory will be found in 
every way accurate. It gives the city with 
all the recent additions up to date. A cor- 
rected street directory will be found at the 
bottom of the map. 

The value and importance of a City Di- 
rectory meet with universal acknowledge- 
ment. In a city like this were the publica- 
tion of such a work to go over for a single 
year the annoyance and inconvenience 
that would arise would be simply incal- 
culable. 

We feel confident, having given our best 
thought and energy to the preparation of 
this volume, that in systematic arrange- 
ment it is all that could be desired, and 
that the information it contains may be 
thoroughly relied upon in every particular. 

We desire to express to our patrons our 
grateful and sincere thanks tor their cor- 
dial support and encouragement, without 
which we would not have achieved the 
success that has attended our work. 

We have in our ofiice, Nos. 23 and 24 
Journal Building, a complete library of 
Directories of all the principal cities of the 
United States to the use of which we in- 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Abbreviations 139 

Additions and Removals 138 

Asylums, Hospitals, etc 69 

Bands of Music 82 

Banks and Bankers 69 

Board of School Commissioners 66 

Builders' Exchange 70 

Building Associations 71 

Cemeteries 72 

Churches and Sunday Schools 73 

City Officers 65 

Classified Business Directory 853 

Clubs 76 

County OflScers 68 

Courts 77 

Federal Officers 77 

Fire Department 67 

General Directory 139 

Indiana State Government 65 

Insurance 78 

Libor Organizations 78 

Libraries • 80 



Medical and Dental Colleges and So- 
cieties 80 

Military 80 

Miscellaneous Information 65 

Miscellaneous Societies and Organiza- 
tions 80 

Musical Societies 82 

Newspapers 83 

Police Department 68 

PostoflDce 84 

Public Buildings, Halls, etc 85 

Public Parks 87 

Public Schools 88 

Railroads 87 

Schools 88 

Secret and Benevolent Organizations.. 89 

State Board of Health 65 

Street and Avenue Guide 95 

Supreme Court 77 

Township Officers 69 

Veterinary Colleges 80 

Ward Boundaries .126 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Acorn Steam Boiler and Heating Co.. 862 
Adamant Wall Plaster Co of Indiana. 

right side lines 

Adams Joseph R 937 

Adams J Q&Co 911 

Aldag Paiot and Varnish Co 938 

Allison James A 897-942 

American Surety Co of New York 

right bottom lines 

American Toilet Supply Co 968 

Aneshaensel C & Co 

see right bottom cor cards 

Armantrout H J 925 

Arrick Cliflford right bottom lines 

Avery E L 937 

Baker- Randolph Lithograph and En- 

f graving Co...top stencil edge and opp 163 

Balke & Krauss right bottom lines 

Bartel Samuel G 864 

Bauer H C Engraving Co 

left top cor cards 

Bell Thompson R 939 

Bernd Bros-right bottom cor cards and 873 
Bird Frank Transfer Co 187-936-968 



Black C H Mnfg Co 

leftside lines and 873 

BohmieJohn M 872 

Boicourt, Tyner & Co back cover 

Booth Benjamin left top lines 

Bowman Wm N 854 

Boyd Alonzo 948 

Bradford Chester 

left top cor cards and 6 and 941 

Braughton M C 11 

Brill John C left side lines 

Brink & Hohl left top lines 

Brinker & Habeney 867 

Brown DN opp 211 

Bruce J P 856 

BurfordWm B opp 221 

Burroughs Collection Agency 878 

Butler University opp 227 

Capital City Electric Co 890 

Capital City Fitting Co 20 

Capital City Ice Co 911 

Capital City Steam Boiler and Sheet 

Iron Works 863 

Chandler H C 894 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



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Chicago Bridge and Iron Co 879 

Chicago, Burlington and Quincy E E.. 13 

Chicago and Grand Trunk Ey 14 

Clover Leaf Eoute 15 

Conover Wm 910 

Coppock Bros 971 

Crane I C 971 

Cregg John G 952 

Daggett E P & Co 854 

Dale Charles A & C right top lines 

Dahon & Merrifield left top lines 

DarkS C 854 

Davis John & Co 7 

Day Thomas C & Co right top cards 

Dean Bros' Steam Pump Works 5 

Defrees M M 290 

Dell Frank M left bottom cor cards 

DennisonMnfg Co 

back bone and 974 and 975 

Diamond Steam Laundry 

right bottom lines 

Diamond Wall Plaster Co 

right top lines and opp 853 

Diener August front edge 

Dietz Fred right side lines 

Donnell Mrs 907 

Dosch & Pauley 911 

Eagle Electric Co 891 

Earhart David 922 

Eberhardt George J 856 

Edwards D W front cover and opp 315 

Elkins John A 894 

Enders August 900 

Evans WmR 963 

Farrell M H back cover and opp 329 

Fatout Hervey B 876 

Fatout & Callen 7 

Fetters Frank 899 

Fohl BernieA 342 

Foltz Herbert W 854 

Eraser Bros & Van Hofif right top lines 

Fremont, Elkhorn and Missouri Val- 
ley Ry 19 

Friedgen Cornelius left top cor cards 

Gardner T W 917 

Green Charles H 10 

Griffin J A 856 

Hadley & Fay right top cor cards 

Hastings Clara H 906 

Heeb E J..front cover, bottom lines and 4 

Hendricks W G 949 

Herdrich Charles left bottom lines 

Herrington I H opp 417 

Home Laundry Co opp 918 

Hood HP 940 

Hoosier Electric Co 

right bottom lines and opp 892 

Houghton A 857 

Hutchinson Charles L 872 

Indianapolis Bolt and Machine Works 893 

Indianapolis Business University 

front cover, bottom lines and 4 

Indianapolis District Tel Co 892 

Indianapolis Manufacturers' and Car- 
penters' Union 2 

Indianapolis Steel Roofing and Cor- 
rugating Co right side lines 

Indianapolis Wire Works 973 

Iron Mountain Route, The 17 



Isensee A Jr 924-956 

Iten Frank n 

Jacob & Co opp 942 

Jeffrey S E 910 

Kaufman S & Son 899 

Killinger George W 956 

King James 908 

Kinklin Richard 881 

Kinney R L 922 

Krauss Charles right top lines 

Kregelo C E & Whitsett... right top cor cards 

Kregelo Son & Irvin 

front cover and opp 498 

Kreis Peter 969 

Kutsch John A left side lines 

Laakmann & Sherer...left bottom cor cards 

Laing Samuel right bottom lines 

Lake Erie & Western Ey IS 

Lalley Eros left top cor cards 

Lungsenkamp Wm 8 

Lieber H Co The right top cor cards 

Lockwood V H 

left bottom cor cards and 940 
Long Steel and Iron Roofing and Cor- 
rugating Co right bottom cor cards 

Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Ry 12 

Lueders Misses 963 

McNamara, Koster & Co 

right top lines and 11 

Mc Workman Willard left top cor cards 

Markey & Kennedy 863 

Marshall Anthony 873 

Mayer Charles & Co opp 564 

Mayer George J 

left bottom cor cards and 10 
Mayhew James N... right bottom cor cards 

Meany T F 894 

Merritt Thomas back cover 

Metzger A Agency left bottom lines 

Michie Albert 879 

Michigan Lumber Co 

embossed line back cover 

Miesaen Julius 874 

Miller Oil Co 936 

Miller Printing Co 950 

Miller S 970 

Millikan J N & Co 

right side lines and 7 

MinterFred left side lines 

Missouri Pacific Ry 16 

Mitchell Mary A 10 

Monon Route 12 

Moore W Scott 855 

Morris Elmer P (successor to Eagle 

Electric Co) 891 

Munter Kevi 956 

Mutual Life Insurance Co New York 

The back cover 

National Surgical Institute 965 

National Malleable Castings Co 601 

Nealy H D 938 

Neerman G A & Co 864 

Nelson Thomas H right side lines 

Nesom Thomas 

embossed line front cover and 942 

Newman J B left bottom lines 

Nordyke & Marmon Co. ..inside back cover 

North Side Laundry riglit top lines 

OlsenOR „. 893 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Original Indianapolis Tent and Awn- 
ing Co 856 

Otto Gas Engines left bottom lines 

Over Ewald 621 

Owen Bros & Co left top cor cards 

Palmer Theodore W 884 

Panden Bros 857 

Pearson George C bottom edge 

Phelan M E 906-926 

Pierson J C & Son 880 

Polar Ice Co 913 

Polk R L & Co 852 

Pressler Quido R right bottom cor cards 

Pritchard & Stuard 970 

Provident Life and Trust Co of Phila- 
delphia front cover and opp 315 

Prunk Harriet A 138 

Pyle House 910 

RafertC F 8 

Read C W 937 

Redding Jerry left top lines 

Reilz Charles & Son 890 

Richardson & McCrea... right top cor cards 

Ripley Warwick H left top lines 

Robbins Irvin & Co. ..left bottom cor cards 

Roch Tobias 855 

Rosberg Gust & Co left top lines 

Rosebrock C H back cover 

Rubush Wm G left bottom cor cards 

RuemmelecS: Butler 10 

St Louis Iron Mountain and Southern 

Ry 17 

Salisbury & Stanley right sidelines 

Sanborn G M 890 

Sanders HL 8 

Schlanzer B J 9 

Schleicher, Schumm & Co..left bottom lines 

SchmedelH 869 

Scbmitt & Gunn left bottom cor cards 

Schofield Frank 923 

Schuck S&Co 953 



Schweikle & Prange left side lines 

Scott W A & Sons front cover 

Sharp J C 871-942 

Shellhouse & Co left top lines and 9 

Simmelink & Meyer opp 918 

Smith Bros right top lines 

Smither Theodore F right side lines 

Spahr JohnH 923 

Standard Dry Kiln Co The opp 744 

Stevenson W E & Co 

back bone and opp 751 

Sturtevant A H & Co 

left bottom lines and 11 

Sullivan Charles H left bottom lines 

Sun Vapor Street Light Co 762 

Swisher Wm 973 

Thurtle John G 855 

Toledo, Si. Louis & Kansas City Ry... 15 
Union Co-operative Laundry..left side lines 

Van Blaricum G S 968 

Vonnegut Clemens left bottom lines 

Wallace John left bottom lines 

Webb, Jameson & Co 3 

Western Chemical Co left top cor cards 

When Clothing Co... left top cor cards 

Wicgel Wm right side lines and 962 

WilsonC L 965 

Winn LGMnfgCo 

right bottom cor cards and opp 932 

Wiuslow W W 20 

Winterrowd WD 855 

Wocher John right bottom cor cards 

WoUenweber C L right bottom lines 

Wright & Secord Machinery Co 

left side lines 

Wrought Iron Bridge Co 20 

Zaiser L T F 

right bottom cor cards and 9 

Zeringer & Ward 947 

Zimmerman C & Sons left bottom lines 

Zimmerman Josh. ..left side lines and 9 



R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Indianapolis City Directory. 

1894. 

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



INDIANA STATE GOVERNMENT 1894. 

Governor— Claude Matthews. Term expires 
January, 1897. 

Lieutenant-Governor— Mortimore Nye. Term 
e.xpires January. 1897. 

Secretary ot State— Wm R Myers. Term ex- 
pires January 16, 1895. 

Treasurer— Albert Gall. Term expires Feb- 
ruary 9, 189.1. 

Auditor— John Oscar Henderson. Term ex- 
pires January 25, 1895. 

Attorney-General — Alonzo G. Smith. Term 
expires November 22, 1894. 

Superintendent Public Instruction— Hervey 
D. Vories. Term expires March 15, 1895. 

Chief of Bureau of Statistics of Indiana— 
Wm A. Peelle, jr. Term expires Novem- 
ber. 1894. 

Cleric Supreme Court— Andrew M. Sweeney. 
Term expires November 22, 1894. 

Reporter Supreme Court— Sidney R. Moon. 
Term expires January 13, 1897. 

Chief of Bureau of Geology— Sylvester S. 
Gorby. Term expires November, 1894. 
APPOINTED BT THE GOVERNOR. 

M. Comp- 



ton. 



Governor's Private Secretary— Myron D. 
King. 

APPOINTED BT THE LEGISLATURE. 

State Librarian— Nellie Ahem. 
SUPREME COURT. 

Judges— Timothy E. Howard; term expires 
January 1, 1899. James McCabe; term ex- 
pires January 1, 1899. Silas D. Coffey; term 
expires January 1, 1895. Leonard J. Hack- 
ney: term expires January 1, 1899. Joseph 
S Dailey; term expires January 1. 1895. 
APPOINTED BY THE SUPREME 
COURT. 

Librarian— John C. McNutt. 

Assistant Librarian— Leo Fitzpatrick. 

Sheriff— David A Roach. 

APPELLATE COURT, STATE HOUSE. 

Judges— Frank E. Gavin, Theodore P. Da- 
vis, Orlando J. Lotz, George B. Ross, 
George L. Reinhard. 

STATE BOARD OF HEALTH, 24 STATE 
HOUSE. 

President, S. S. Boots, Greenfield; Secre- 
tary, C. N. Metcalf; John N. Taylor, D. 
C. Ramsey, L. L. Whitesides. 

INDIANA BOARD OP STATE CHARI- 
TIES, 25 STATE HOUSE. 

The Governor, President ex oflicio; Secre- 
tary, Ernest P. Bicknell; John R. Elder, 
S. A. Fletcher, Timothy Nicholson, T. M. 
Wiles, Mary Spink, Margaret P. Peelle. 

5 



„ . . _ rge W. John- 

ston, D. C. McCollum. 
STATE BOARD OF TAX COMMISSION- 
ERS, 35 STATE HOUSE. 
The Governor, Chairman. W. R. Myers, 
Secretary of State; J. O. Henderson, Au- 
ditor of State; I. N. Walker and D. F. 
Allen, Commissioners. Joseph T. Fanning, 
Secretary of Board. 
STATE INSPECTOR OF MINES, 89 

STATE HOUSE. 
Thomas McQuade, Brazil. Assistant, Mi- 
chael Comiskey, Terre Haute. 
STATE SUPERVISOR OF NATURAL GAS 

INSPECTION, 89 STATE HOUSE. 
Eli T. J. Jordan, Morristown. 
STATE SUPERVISOR OF OIL INSPEC- 
TION, 92 STATE HOUSE. 
Nelson J. Hyde. Deputy, Michael Ginz. 
STATE VETERINARIAN, 12 STATE 
HOUSE. 



CITY OFFICIALS. 

Oflices- Basement Court House. 
Mayor— Caleb S Denny. 
Clerk to Mayor— Wm R Holloway. 
City Clerk— Lee Nixon. 
Deputy City Clerk— Thomas J Carter. 
Police Judge— George W Stubbs, 
BaUifC Police Court— Charles F Dawson. 
City Comptroller— Preston C Trusler. 
Deputy City Camptroller— George Harvey. 
Clerks— Charles K . Share, George L. Kern. 
Cliief of Assessment Roll Dept— M. L. Jef- 

City Attorney— John E. Scott. 
Deputy City Attorney— Albert Rabb. 
City Civil Engineer— Charles C. Brown. 
Assistant City Civil Engineers — John H. 

Deane, Bernard J. T. Jeup. Howard A. 

Dill. 
City Building Inspector— John G. Pender- 

gast. 
City Street Commissioner— J. L. Fisher. 
Custodian Tomlinson Hall — Charles W. 

Wheat. 
Market Master— A. C. Koehne. 
Assistant Market Master— Charles Lee. 
Sewer Foreman — Patrick O'Haver. 
Bridge Foreman — Lee M. Rock. 
Yard Custodian— A. J. Higgins. 
Foreman of Teams— J. H. Forrest. 



CITY OFFICIALS BOARD OK SCHOOL COMMI 



Foreman Gravel Street Cleaning— Robert 
McClintock. 

Foreman Asphalt Street Cleaning— Ernest 
Benning. 

Custodian Garfield Park— Robert McKeanci. 

Custdian Military Park— George W. Dono- 
van. 

Custodian Uiversity Square and Blind Asy- 
lum Park— Louis Klefer. 

Custodian Greenlawn Ceraetsry — John 
Crane. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. 

Court House. 

Members of the Board— James A. Wildman 

chairman, Andrew Kramer, Frederick 

Meyer. Secretary, Bart Parker. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC SAFETY. 



Court House. 

Members of the Board- Nicholas R. Ruckle, 
chairman, John B. Conner, John F. White, 
Richard C. Herrick Secretary, George W. 
Powell Chief of Police, J. H. Webster 
Chief of Fire Department, 



Court House. 

Franklin W. Hays, M. D., President. 

Joseph O. Stlllson, M. D., Secretary. 

Francis J. Hammond, M. D. 

John N. Hurty, Chemist. 

Frederick Hergt, Meat Inspector. 

Edwin D. Duvall, Frank Matlock, Joseph 

H. Sheppard, Sanitary Officers. 
Perry M. Barnard, Clerk. 
City Dispensary, 34 E. Ohio. Edward D. 

Moffett, M. D., Supt. 
City Hospital, cor Locke and Margaret, 

Charles Ferguson, M. D., Supt. 

COUNCILMEN AT LARGE. 
Lucius W. Drew, Henry Rauh, Charles 

Krauss, Theodore Stein, George Merritt. 

Edward G. Stott. 

COMMON COUNCIL. 

1st Ward— O. M. Murphy. 

2d Ward— John R. Allen. 

3d Ward— Archibald A. Young. 

4th Ward— John A. Puryear. 

6th Ward— James H. Costello. 

6th Ward— Wm. H. Cooper. 

7th Ward— George W. Shaffer. 

8th Ward— Henry Magel. 

9th Ward— J. H. Schmid. 
10th Ward— George R. Colter. 
11th Ward— Patrick J. Ryan. 
12th Ward— Wm. Hennessy. 
13th Ward— Charles Koehrlng. 
14th Ward— Wm. Kaiser. 
15th Ward— Daniel W. O'Brien. 
W. H. Cooper, President. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 
Accounts and Claims — Stott, Young, 

O'Brien. 
Contracts and Franchises — Allen, Krauss, 

Mirritt, Schmid, Rauh, Colter, Costello. 
Elections— Kaiser, Young. Hennessy 
Fees and Salaries— Schmid, Allen. O'Brien. 
Finance— Rauh, Merritt, Krauss, Stott, Al- 
len, Costello, Colter. 
Judiciary— Merritt, Drew, Hennessy. 
Ordinances— Stein, Magel, Ryan. 
Printing— Magel, Murphy, Costello. 
Public Health— Murphy, Puryear, Costello. 
Public Morals— Puryear, Kaiser, Ryan. 
Public Property and Improvements— Koeh- 
rlng, Stott. Colter. 
Public Safety and Comfort— Shaffer, Schmid, 

O'Brien. 
Railroads— Youn.g, Stein, Ryan. 
Rules— Cooper, Koehring. Colter. 
Sewers, Streets and Alleys— Drew. Shaffer, 
Hennessy. 



BOARD OF SCHOOL. COMMISSIONERS. 

1st— J. P. Frenzel, Indiana Trust Co. Term 
expires, 1894. 

2d— Wm. Scott, 48 S. Meridian. Term ex- 
pires, 1894. 

3d— Charles Martlndale. Commercial Club 
Bldg. Term expires, 1896. 

4th— Henry Russe, 23 N. Tennessee. Terra 
expires, 1895. 

5th— John Galvln. 360 S. Missouri. Term ex- 
pires. 1896. 

6th— J. W. Deeper, 193 E. Morris. Term ex- 
pires, 1896. 
I 7th— Charles C. Roth, 62 Fletcher av. Term 
I expires, 1895. 

I 8th— Charles H. Adam, C. H. & D. Ticket 
1 Office. Term expires, 1895. 

9th— Clemens Vonnegut. Term expires, 1896. 
I 10th— J. B. Connor. 77 E. Market. Term ex- 
i pires, 1894. 

11th— D. W. Coffin, 42 Lombard Bldg. Term 
expires, 1894. 

Attorney of the Board— Charles A. Dryer, 
27 Baldwin Blk. 
Regular meetings of the Board at its 

rooms in the Librar>- Building on the first 

and third Friday evenings of each month 

at 8 o'clock. 
Bill Nights, the first and third Friday 

evenings of each month. Bills must be left 

at the office of the Board on the day pre- 
vious (Thursday); if later they will lie over 

until the next bill night. 

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD. 

President— J. P. Frenzel. 

Secretary— Wm. Scott. 

Treasurer— Charles H. Adam. 

Superintendent of Schools— Lewis H. Jones. 

Assistant Secretary— Emma B. Ridenour. 

Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds 
and Supplies— P. J. O'Meara. 

Office in Library Building, S. W. corner 
Meridian and Ohio Streets. Open from 7:30' 
a. m. to 6 p. m. 

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

COMMITTEES. 

Finance and AudlTing — Messrs. Rvisse. Scott 
and Martlndale. (Meets at office of Public 
Schools at 4:30 p. m., on first and third 
Fridays of each month.) 

Buildings and Grounds— Messrs. Loeper, 
Roth and Charles H. Adam. 

Furniture and Supplies — Messrs. Adam, Cof- 
fin and Martlndale. 

Text-books and Course of Instruction- 
Messrs. Coffin, Vonnegut and Galvin. 

Supervision, Examination and Manual 
Training— Messrs. Frenzel, Conner and 
Loeper. 

Appointment of Teachers and Salaries — 
Messrs. Conner, Roth and Adam. 

High Schools— Messrs. Scott, Martlndale 
and Coffin. 

German, Music and Drawing— Messrs. Von- 
n3gut, Russe and Adam. 

Heating, Hygiene and Janitors— Messrs. 
Roth, Russe and Galvin. 

Judiciary. Districts and Boundaries— Messrs. 
Galvin, Vonnegut and Loeper. 

Public Library— Messrs. Martlndale, Russe, 
Adam, Conner and Roth. 

Citizens' Advisory Library Committee— Mr. 
John A. Pinch, Dr. H. G. Carey, Mes- 
dames A. C. Harris and Morris Ross. 
(Meets in the office of the Librarian on 
the Thursday preceding the first Friday 
of each month. 






FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Headquarters— Comer New York a 

achusetts av. 
Chief Engineer— Joseph H. Webster. 
First Assistant Engineer— Thomas Barrett. 
Second Assistant Engineer— Wm. Tobln. 
Superintendent Fire Alarm Telegraph — 

George Holderman. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



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Veterinary Surgeon— Thomas L. Armstrong. 
Engine Co. No. 1—147 Indiana av., Thomas 

Quinn, Captain. 
Engine Co. No. 2— Massachusetts av., near 

Noble; Jacob Petty, Captain. 
Engine Co. No. 3— Prospect, near Virginia 

av., James Brannan, Captain. 
Engine Co. No. 4— Corner Madison av. and 

Merrill, John Keating, Captain. 
Engine Co. No. 5— North side Sixth, near 

Tennessee; Strawder Glacier, Captain. 
Engine Co. No. 6—273 W. Washington, Ed- 
ward Coots, Captain. 
Engine Co. No. 7— Comer New York street 

and Mass av., Wm. Tobin, Captain. 
Hose Reel Co. No. 7— North side Mary- 
land, east of Meridian; Walter Campbell, 

Captain. 
Hose Reel Co. No. 8— Washington street, 

west of Highland av. ; John Fox, Captain. 
Hose Reel Co. No. 9— Corner Seventh and 

Ash streets; Thomas Howard, Captain. 
Hose Reel Co. No. 10— Comer Illinois and 

Merrill; John Glazier, Captain. 
Chemical Co. No. 1— Corner New York 

street and Massachusetts av. ; Samuel W. 

Neall, Captain. 
Chemical Co. No. 2—125 E. South; John R. 

Robinson, Captain. 
Chemical Co. No. 3— North side Sixth, near 

Tennessee; John Monahan, Captain. 
Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1— North side 

Maryland east of Meridian; A. C. Meurer, 

Captain. 
Hook and Ladder Co. No. 2—125 E. South 

street; Gustave Ernst, Captain. 
Hook and Ladder Co. No. 4— Comer New 

York street and Massachusetts av. ; Wm. 

Tobin, Captain. 
Truck Company No. 3— North side Sixth, 

near Tennessee; Thomas McOuat, Cap- 
tain. 
Watchmen in Fire Tower— Frank Graham, 

John King, Samuel James. 

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 Massachusetts av. 

9 Pine and North. 
1—0 Market and Pine. 

1—1 Vermont, bet East and Libertj-. 

1—2 No. 2 Engine House. 

1—3 Delaware and Ft. Wayne av. 

1 — 4 New Jersey and Ft Wayne av. 

1 — 5 Peru and Mass av. 

1—6 Christian av and Ash. 

1—7 Park av and Butler. 

1—8 Columbia and Malott avs. 

1 — 9 Archer and John. 

1—2—3 No. 9 Hose House, Ash and Seventh. 

1—2-^ Alabama and Seventh. 

1—2—5 Central and Lincoln avs. 

1—2—6 Yandes and Lincoln av. 

1—2—7 Columbia and Hill avs. 

1-2—8 Central av and Eighth. 

1—2—9 Corner Fourteenth and Alabama. 

1—3—1 Alabama and Morrison. 

1—3—2 Bellefontaine and Eighth. 

1—3-^ College av and Tenth. 

1—3—5 Home av and Delaware. 

1—3—6 Alabama and North. 

1—3—7 Newman and Eighth. 

1—3—8 College av and Irwin. 

1—3—9 Home and Cornell avs. 

1 — 4—1 Yandes and Ninth. 

1 — 4—2 Ohio and Tennessee 

1—4—3 Clifford av and Archer. 

1—4—5 Fourteenth and New Jersey. 

1-4—6 Hillside av and Clark. 

1—4 — 7 Alvord and Eighth. 

2—1 Illinois and St Joseph. 

2—3 Pennsylvania and Pratt. 

2 — i Meridian and Second. 

2—5 No. 6 Engine House. 

2—6 Mississippi and St Clair. 

2-7 Illinois and Michigan. 



2-9 
2-1—2 
2—1—3 
2—1^ 
2—1—5 
2—1-6 
2-1-7 
2—1—8 
2—1—9 



3-2 

3-4 

3—5 

3—6 

3-7 

3-8 

3—9 

3—1—2 

3—1—3 

3—1—4 

3—1—5 

3—1—6 

4—1 

4—2 

4—3 

4—5 

4-6 

4—7 

4-8 

4-9 

4—1—2 

4—1—3 

4—1—5 

4-2-1 

river 

4—2—3 

4—2—4 

4^2—5 

5—1 



5—1-^ 

5—1—6 

5—1-7 

5—1—8 

5—1—9 

5—2—1 

5—2—3 

5—2-4 

5—2—6 

6—1 

6-2 

6-3 

6—4 

6—5 

6—7 

6-8 

6-9 

6—1—2 

6—1—3 

6—1-^ 

7-1 

7-2 

7—3 

7^ 

7-5 

7-6 

7-8 

7—9 

7-1-2 

7—1—3 



Pennsylvania and Fifth. 

Mississippi and Fourth. 

Tennessee and William. 

Pennsylvania and Michigan. 

Illinois and Herbert. 

Colored OrphEin Asylum. 

Pennsylvania and Fourteentli. 

Meridian and Seventh. 

Clifford and Jefferson avs. 

Broadway and Cherrj'. 

Thirteenth bet Ills and Tennessee. 

Illinois and Twenty-second. 

No. 1 Engine House. 

Meridian and Walnut. 

California and Vermont 

Blake and New York. 

Indiana av and St Clair. 

City Hospital. 

Blake and North. ; 

Michigan and Agues. 

West and Walnut. 

West and Third. , 

Seventh and Howard. 

Torbet and Paca. 

Tennessee and First. 

No. 6 Engine House. 

Geisendorff and Washington. 

Missouri and New York. 

Meridan and Washington. 

Illinois and Ohio. 

Tennessee and Washington. 

Kingan's Pork House. 

Indianola, three squares from river. 

Missouri and Maryland. 

Mississippi and Wabash. 

Morris and Church. 

O. I. & W. Round House, west of 

Insane Hospital. 

Miley av and National Road. 

West Vermont and Belt R. R. 

No. 10 Hose House. 

Illinois and Louisiana. 

West and McCarty. 

West and South. 

Tennessee and Georgia. 

Meridian and Ray. 

No. 4 Engine House. 

Madison av and Dunlop. 

West and Rockwood. 

Kentucky av and Merrill. 

Union and Morris. 

Illinois and Kansas. 

Morris and Dakota. 

Mississippi and Henry. 

Tenessee and McCarty. 

Meridian and Palmer. 

Morris and Belt R. R. 

Madison av and Lincoln lane. 

Meridian and Belt R R. 

No. 2 Hook and Ladder House. 

Pennsylvania and Madison av. 

Delaware and McCarty. 

East and McCarty. 

New Jersey and Merrill. 

Virginia av and Bradshaw. 

East and Cobum. 

Blcklng and High. 

McKernan and Dougherty. 

East and Lincoln Lane. 

East and Beecher. 

No. 2 Chemical. 

East and Georgia. 

Cedar and Elm. 

Benton and Georgia. 

English av and Pine. 

Dillon and Bates. 

No. 3 Engine House. 

Fletcher av and Dillon. 

Spruce and Prospect 

English av and Linden. 

Olive and Willow. 

Shelby and Beecher. 

German Orphans' Asylum. 

Orange and Laurel. 

Barth and Cottage avs. 

Lexington av and Linden. 

Fletcher av and Spruce. 

Market and New Jersey. 

Washington and Delaware. • ' 



POLICE DEPARTMENT COUNTY OFFICERS. 



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. 

S— 1— 2 No. 8 Hose House, Ea-st Washington. 

8-1—3 Market and Noble. 

8 — 1 — i Ohio and Harvey. 

8 — 1 — 5 Michigan and Archer. 

8—1—6 Market and Arsenal av. 

S— 2— 1 Panhandle Railway Shops. 

8—2—3 Walcott and Carter. 

8—2-^ State av and Washington. 

8—2—6 Madden's Lounge Factory. 

8—2—6 Tucker & Dorsey. 

9—1 No. 7 Hose House. 

9—2 Meridian and Georgia. 

9—3 Meridian and South. 

9—4 Pennsylvania and Louisiana. 

9—5 Alabama and Virginia av. 

9—6 Headquarters. 

SPECIAL SIGNALS. 
For the Use of the Fire Department and 

Water Works Company. 
First 2 strokes, Second Alarm. 
Second 2 strokes, Third Alarm. 
1—2—1 strokes, flre out and hose reeled up. 
S strokes calls off the Fire Pressure. 
S— 3 calls for Fire Pressure without pull- 
ing a box. 
12 strokes at 12 M., struck at tower. 

WEST INDIANAPOLIS BOXES. 

15 York and Nordyke. 

21 Williams and Howard. 

23 Morris and Hadley. 

24 Belt Railroad Office. 
27 Marion and Cottage. 
31 Howard and Lee. 
35 Olive and Osgood. 

41 Belmont and Lambert. 

42 Reisner and Miller. 

45 River av and Woodbum. 
52 Morris and Reisner. 
63 River av and Morris. 
•Telephone 957. 

PRIVATE FIRE HYDRANTS. 

Balke-Krauss Co 1 

U. S. Arsenal Grounds 5 

Parry Manufacturing Co 2 

Deaf and Dumb Institute 1 

Female Reformatory 1 

Indianapolis Gas Works 2 

Panhandle Shops 8 

Sinker-Davis Co 1 

Standard Wheel Co 3 

DugdaJe Can Co 1 

Kinsan S- Co.. Lfd 1 

Citizens' Street Car Co 1 

Premier Steel Co 1 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 



Headquarters — Southeast comer Pearl and 
Alabama streets. 

Police Surgeon— Samuel E. Earp, M. D. 

Superintendent— George W. Powell. 

Clerk to Superintendent— Eugene F. Harris. 

Captains— James F. Quigley, Robert Camp- 
bell. 

Sergeants— John Lowe, Thomas L. Stout, 
Miller J. LaPorte, J. O. Meftord, J. F. 



Matron— Mrs. A. Buchanan. 
Doormen— G. A. Tafte, John Long. 
Humane Inspector— R. A. Orlopp. 
Court Bailiff— Charles F. Dawson. 

DRIVERS OF PATROL WAGON. 

Wm. Wheeler, Joseph Steinruck, Henry 
Slate, Joseph Richardson. 

IMPOUNDING OFFICERS. 

J. J. Brady, Benno Mitchell, John M. 
O'Brien. 



Carter Temple. J. B. Panse. 

Wm. F. Scheigert. John D. Hoover. 

Henry Slate. Frank Giblin. 

Patrick Griffin. Garett H. Tieben, 

James J. Brady. John T. Wilson. 

Joseph Richardson. A. F. Mathey. 

Nathan T. Ward. Charles E. Yount. 

Timothy MacKessy. John Corrigan. 

John P. Boylan. Albert Duty. 

James Kerins. Frank King. 

T. J. Simpson. Robert H. Lyons. 

Chris Kreuger. C. M. Nicholson. 

Jesse M. Streit. Andrew J. Stephans. 

Simpson Hart. Joseph Steinruck. 

Adolph Asch. Frank Bohlen. 

Timothy Crannon. Daniel Carter. 

Harry Dishong. Wm. L. Cox. 

Theodore Grothau.-!. John N. Kimpel. 

Andrew Souers. John F. Laughlin. 

John F. Ballard. Martin, Mahoney. 

Patrick J. Curran. Wm. Milan. 

George W. Ditts. Wm. McCIellan. 

Wm O. Ferguson. Adolph C. Shaffer. 

Daniel F. Haley. George W. Tomlinsoi 

Christ G. Krauss. Calvin M. Warren. 

Fred E. Loomis. James W. Winn. 

Preston Pierson. John Long, 

.loseph H. Recer. John F. Manning. 

Louis G. Scott. Frederick Spearing. 

Edward Wlieeler. Vernon J. Albert. 

Samuel F. Irish. Elmer E. Clinger. 

George B. Koong. George N. Corhan, 

Edward Harris. Samuel Leppert. 

Leotiard Crane. V. S. McMullen. 

"Wm. M. Hoefgen. Michael Raftery. 

George H. Thomas. George A. Taffe. 

Daniel Thomp.=on. Walter Thome. 

Newton Shafer. Peter W. Wurtz. 

James Pope. Wm. Wheeler. 
R. A. Orlopp (sergeant), humane officer. 



Annie Buchanan, Police matron. 

DETECTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief— Timothy Splann. 

Detectives— Benjamin Thornton, JohR 

Kaehn. Patrick J. Doherty, Jeremiah B. 
Kinney, Martin McGuff, David S. Rich- 
ards, Frank Wilson. 

POLICE COURT. 
Court House. 

Police Judge— George W. Stubbs. 

Clerk- Thomas J. Carter. 

Bailiff— Charles F. Dawson. 

MERCHANT POLICE. 

Headquarters— 10 Odd Fellows' Bldg. 

Captain— Henry P. Thomas. 

Lieutenant— Milton H. Miller. 

Secretary— H. R. Steinkuehler. 

Treasurer— John Minor. 

Patrolmen — Jasper N. Clary, Nelson Dau- 
benspeck, Robert D. Bacon, James L. Tay- 
lor, George M. Fess, John H. Whiteman, 

B. F. Mvers, John McShulse, Christian 
Cook, Joseph W. Wheatley, Thomas M. 
Kingsbery, James G. Golladay. David F. 
Clary, John D. Webb, Samuel McClure. 
Edward Sleight, George W. Cheatham. 
Michael Smiley, Wm. F. Walker, Wilford 
Bristow, Ira Hadley, Samuel Hise, 
August Ruschhaupt, James Breen, Wm. 
Hillman, Marion Vauters, John L. Elliott, 

C. Hansing, Tom Morton, Samuel Dever, 
T. C. Moore, B. F. Wilson, Wm. Har- 
wood. Webster Higgins, Henry Thrush, 
Albert E. Cotton, Thomas Morton, Dennis 
Warner, James B. Francis. Charles Hlnes, 
Noah Warner, Jesse J. Settle. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Offices Court House, north side Washing- 
ton, between Delaware and Alabama. 
Superintendent— Michael Loughlin. 



TOWNSHIP OFFICERS, KTC. 



Bailiffs— Superior Court Room 1, George W. 
Bruce; Superior Court Room 2, Joseph 
Bristow; Superior Court Room 3, F. Tom 
Johnson; Circuit Court, Abner L. New- 
land; CriminaJ Circuit Court, Thomas 
Sheehan; Commissioners' Court, Woods P. 
Canfield. 

Clerk— John R. Wilson. Term expires No- 
vember 15, 1894. 

Deputy Clerics— Henry C. G. Hals, George 
A. Buskirk. John Schley, Wm. O. Reveal, 
Jesse A. Avery, Joseph F. Brown, H. R. 
Springstein, L. Daniels, Michael Callihan, 
A. E. Manning- and Austin H. Brown. 

Recorder— Maurice Donnelly. Term expires 
October 25, 1896. 

Deputy Recorder— Edwin G. Farmer. Clerks 
— H. C. Anderson, W. H. Hume, John 
Scanlan. John H. Dugan, James Costello. 
George A. Hug, Edward H. Derry, Freder- 
ick C. Coons. 

Auditor— Thomas Taggart. Term expires 
November 4. 1895. 

Deputies— E. M. Johnson, Wm. A. Hughes, 
Edwin D. Bryant. 

Treasurer— Sterling P. Holt. Term expires 
September 4, 1895. 

Deputies— G. F. Miller, H. G. Johnson. W. 
O. Moore, Wm. E. Miller, Robert L. Pad- 
dock. 

Prosecuting Attorney— John W. Holtzman. 

Deputies— Arthur V. Brown, Charles E. 
Cox, F. W. Cady. 

Commissioners— Furman Stout, President, 
term expires 1894, Joseph L. Hunter, term 
expires 1895, Julius F. Relnecke, term ex- 
pires 1896. 

Sheriff— Robert P. Emmett, term expires 
December 10, 1894. 

Deputies— Anthony F. Scanlan, Samuel B. 
Corbaley, Charles P. Conard, Andrew J. 
Bruce, Timothy Callahan, Thomas H. 
Neilan. 

Jailer— Jeremiah Collins. 

Coroner— Wm. S. Beck, office 57 Cowrt 
He use. 

Superintendent Public Schools— Wm. B. 
Flick, room 31 Court House. 

Librarian — Jessie Allen. 

Surveyor— Paul Juli^n. 

Assistant— Charles A. Brcwn. 

Superintendent County Infirmary— Wm. 
Yeager. 

Workhouse— Southeast comer Twelfth and 
Michigan road. Superintendent— Martin 
Anderson. 



Term 



TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 



TcKwnship Assessor— George Wolf, 
expires August 4, 1895. 

Deputies— John W. McDonald, Charles A. 
Myers, Edward Kervan, Michael L. Jef- 
ferson, Louis Eichrodt, Michael F. Lahey. 

Justice of the Peace— Milton H. Daniels, 
James Johnston, Oliver W. Allen (W I). 
Ezra G. Martin (H), Carl Habich and 
Luke WaJpole. 

Constables— W. G. Cook, F. L. Sayler, C. 
Sorters, T. J. Farley (W I). 

Deputies— Frank L. Glass, Philip Marer, 
Arthur A. Whitesell, Charles J. Whitesell, 
John O. Moore, James F. Fletcher. 

Trustees— Center, Samuel N. Gold, lOy™ E. 
Washington street: Franklin, Henry J. 
Brown; Perry, Christian Grube; Pike, M. 
J. Wagle; Washington, Henry Whitinger; 
Wayne, John F. McClelland; Warren, W. 
J. Schleicher; Lawrence, Samuel T. Bea- 
ver; Decatur, Edwin S. Mills. 

Time of Holding Elections— General, state 
and county elections are held on the first 
Tuesday after the first Monday in Novem- 
ber. Township elections, first Monday in 
April. The general city election is held 
OD the second Tuesday in October. 



ASYLUMS, HOSPITALS, ETC. 

Alpha Home for Aged Colored Women- 
Darwin north of Hillside ave. 

Bobbs Free Dispensary — 45 S Penn street. 
Franklin W. Hays, M. D., Sec. 

City Dispensary— 34 East Ohio street. Ed- 
ward D. Moffett, M. D., Supt. 

City Hospital— Northwest corner Locke and 
Margaret streets. Charles E. Ferguson, 
M. D., Supt. 

County Infirmary — Indiana ave., four mUes 
northwest of city. Wm. Yeager, Supt. 

Friendly Inn— 290 W Market street. 

German Lutheran Orphans' Home— East 
National road, comer Goodwin. 

German Protestant Orphan Asylum— South 
State ave., opp. Sycamore street. Henry 
F. Rocsener, SupL 

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 Mississippi 
streets. Mrs. C. E. Taylor, Pres. 

Indiana Hospital for the Insane— National 
road, three miles west of the city. George 
F. Edenharter, M. D., Supt. 

Indiana Institute for the Education of the 
Blind— North side of North, between Meri- 
dian and Pennsylvania streets. E. E. 
Griffith, Supt. 

Indiana Institution for EducaUng the Deaf 
and Dumb— Southeast comer Washington 
street and State av. R. O. Johnson, Supt. 

Indiana Reform School for Girls and Wo- 
man's Prison— Southeast comer Michigan 
and Randolph streets. 

Indianapolis Home tor Friendless Women- 
Corner Tennessee and Ninth streets. Mrs. 
M. R. Bullitt. Matron. 

Indianapolis Orphan Asylum— Northeast 
corner College and Home avs. Mrs. John 
A. Bradshaw, Pres. 

Katharine Home— Southeast corner Tennes- 
see and Ninth. Mary Hendricks. Matron. 

Polycllnique In connection with Central Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons. 209 S 
Penn. 

Rescue Home and Mission— 57 E. South. In 
charge of Meridian W. C. T. U. 

St. Vincent's Infirmary— Southeast comer 
Delaware and South streets. In charge of 
the Sisters of Charity. 

Sisters of the Good Shepherd— Bluff Road, 
south of city limits. 



IIAXKS AND BANKERS. 



Indianapolis Clearing House 

8 Fletcher's Bank Bldg. Frederick Baggs, 

Mngr. 
Bank of Commerce— Southeast corner Vir- 
ginia av. and Pennsylvania street. Char- 
tered 1836. Capital, $200,000; surplus, $60,000. 

N. T. DePauw, Pres. ; John W. Ray, Vice- 

Pres.; Wm. Bosson, Cashr. 
Capital National Bank— Commercial Club 

Bldg. Chartered 1889. Capital, $300,000; 

surplus, $30,000; undivided profits, $42,000. 

Medford B. Wilson, Pres.; Glenn Wilson, 

Asst. Cashr. 
Indiana National Bank, 11 and 13 Bast 

Washington street. Incorporated 1865 

Capital, $300,000; surplus and undivided 

profits, $600,000. Volney T. Malott, Pres.; 

Wm. Coughlen, Vice-Pres. ; Edward B. 

Porter, Cashr. 
Indianapolis National Bank— Commercial 

Blk. Edward Hawkins, Receiver. 

ner Washington and Meridian streets. In- 
Merchants' National Bank— Southeast cor- 
Fletcher's Bank (S. A. Fletcher & Co.). 30, 

32 and 34 East Washington street. Capital 

$1,000,000; surplus, $100,000. 

corporated 1865; charter extended, 1885. 

Capital, $300,000. Surplus, $75,000. John P. 

Frenzel, Pres.; Otto N. Frenzel, Cashr.; 

O. F. Frenzel, Asst. Cashr. 



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BUILDERS EXCHANGE. 



Meridian National Bank— 8 Bast Washing- 
ton street Incorporated 1871. Capital, 
J200,000; surplus, $150,000. Frederick Fahn- 
ley, Pres. ; Henry Wetzel, Vice-Pres.; A. 
F. Kopp, Cashr. 

State Bank of Indiana— Northwest corner 
Washington and Illinois. Incorporated 
1892. Capital $200,000. Albert Sahm, Pres.; 
H. W. Miller, Vice-Pres.; J. R. Henry, 
Cashr. 



BCIIiDERS' EXCHANGE. 

25 E. Ohio. 



Meeting of members 11 o'clock a. m. daily. 
Meeting of Directors, first Friday in each 

month. 
Officers— George W. Stanley, pres.; Joseph 
A. Dunlap, vice-pres. ; Cornelius W. Sulli- 
van, sec; Levi S. Pierson, treas., Charles 
A. Richart, supt. 

MEMBERS. 
Abbott Wra. H., excavator, box 2. 
Acme Paving and Cement Co., box 57. 
Adams Brick Co., brick mnfrs, box 151. 
Adams Joseph R., painter, box 5. 
Archer Alexander M., wall plaster. 
Aufderheide Henry, gen. contr., box 102. 
Bachman Fred M., lumber. 
Bailey Foster, tin roofer, box 125. 
Balke & Krauss, lumber, box 117. 
Ballman John H., painter, box 54. 
Benner Conrad, gen. contr., box 163. 
Bergman Wm., brick contr. 
Big 4 L. Stone Co., box 49. 
Boring E & Son, plasterers, box 124. 
Browder & Shover, excavators, box 7. 
Brown-Ketcham Iron Works, box 169. 
Bruner A. & Co., sewer contrs., box 56. 
Buthe August, cement walks, box 143. 
Campbell Hugh & Co., carps, box 166. 
Carroll James, plasterer, box 114. 
Clark & Sons, plumbers, box 113. 
Clements George, carp, 
Clemsnts Peter, carp, box 148. 
Coburn Henry, lumber. 
Cochrane S. W., carp. 
Cotton Madison M., gen. contr., box 111. 
Dalton R- Merrifleld, lumber. 
Davids Wm., brick contr., box 36. 
Dell Frank M., lime. 
Despo & Burtin, carps., box 139. 
Drier Ernest, brick contr., box 138. 
Dunlap Joseph, plastr., box 41. 
Eaglesfield & Baker, brick mnfrs.. box 121. 
Eastman, Schleicher & Lee, h'se fur. goods. 
Eden C. & Co., carps. 
Eldrldge B. H. & Co., lumber, box 75. 
Employes' Liability Insurance Co., box 26. 
Ernst Joseph, plastr., box 153. 
Excelsior Brick Works, brick mnfrs. 
Farrell J. S. & Co., plumbers, box 132. 
Fatout Joshua L., gen. contr., box 1. 
Patout M. K. & Sons, contrs., box 154 
Fitchey Michael G, general contr., box 92. 
Flack Joseph F., brick mnfr., box 52. 
Fletcher & Thomas, brick mnfrs.. box HI. 
Fortney & James, plasterers, box 93. 
Foster & Bennett Co., lumber, box 3. 
Francke cS: Schindler, hardware. 
Fraser Bros. & Van Hoft, lumber, box 71. 
Fulmer Leander A., excavator, box 46. 
Goddard Samuel, cut stone contr., box 23. 
Greensburg Lime Stone Co., box 61. 
Hawkev Stanton W., brick contr., box 104. 
Hedricks B. F., brick mnfr. 
Heintz Valentine, brick contr., box 13. 
Heller R. J., lumber, box 97. 
Hetherington & Berner, box 141. 
HoUe & Dammell, stone contrs., box 76. 
Huey M. S. & Son. lumber, box 4. 
Humphrey C. B. & Co., lime and cement, 

box 55. 
Humphreys M. B. & Co., roof matrl., box 

84. 
Hyland James, brick contr. 
Indiana Wall Plaster Co., box 63. 
Indpls M. and C. Union, lumber, box 34. 



Ittenbach George, cut stone contr., box 83. 

Jameson T. H., genl contr., box 95. 

Johnson John T., brick mnfr, box 118. 

Johnson Wm., painter, box 74. 

Junclaus & Schumacher, box 162. 

Kahle Harry F., brick mnfr. 

Kattau Wm., general contr., box 15. 

Keller Bros., cemt. walks, box 122. 

Keyser George, plumber. 

Kirkhofe Bros., plumbers, box 31. 

Koering & Son, hardware, box 32. 

Koss & Fritz, stone contrs., box 135. 

Kraas Wm., contr., box 42. 

Krauss Chas., pumps, box 25. 

Kreis Peter, wood turner, box 107. 

Kruse & Dewenter, heating rumaces. 

Kuhn August M., coal, box 133. 

Laakmann & Sherer, cement walks, box 35. 

Lauck John, contr. 

Laut H. W. & Co., tinners, box 38. 

Lilly & Stalnacker, hardware. 

Linne Henry, brick contr, box 86. 

Long, Steel & Iron Roofing Co., box 37. 

Luedeman Bros., bricg mnfrs., box 21. 

McClure George H., genl contr., box 16. 

McGaffey H. H., genl. contr., box 11. 

McGauley James, plumber, box 116. 

McWorkman W., tinner and roofer, box 67. 

Mack Frederick, painter, box 145. 

Marion Brick Works, brick mnfrs., box 62. 

Martin John, brick contr., box 142. 

Meyer A. B. & Co., lima and cement, box 

24. 
Michigan Lumber Co., box 54. 
Miilikan J. N. & Co., genl contrs., box 88. 
Moos & Tielking, stone contrs., box 44. 
Morgan S. A., contr., box 78. 
Morse Thomas J., genl. contr., box 61. 
Muecke Wm., painter. 

Mueller John C. H., stair builder, box 82. 
Mueller J. A. D., stair builder, box 158. 
Newman Wm. T., brick contr., box 43. 
Noelke Frederick, box 165. 
Neuman Julius B., contr., box 26. 
Nuerge & Reinking. genl contrs., box 66. 
Olsen Olaf R.. founder and machinist. 
Otto Gas Engine Co., John Wallace, agt. 
Pangborn George W., real est. 
Pearce Charles, genl contr., box 42. 
Petrie Wm., stone ctntr., box 96. 
Phillips James, sand and excavator. 
Pierson J. C. & Sons, brick contrs., box 51. 
Pierson Levi, brick contr., box 164. 
Pothast Christian, brick mnfr., box 27. 
Preusch J. F., carp, box 33. 
Pursell & Medzker, heatingfurnaces,box IJT. 
Rehling Wm. C, coal and lime, box 87. 
Richter August, stone, box 115. 
Richter & Bernhardt, stone, box 91. 
Robbing Samuel, stone contr, box 105. 
Roberts J. H., sand. 
Roberts Lemuel, stair builder, box 127. 
Rubush Wm. R. & Son, brick contrs. 
Russell Isaac, lumber, box 6. 
Salisbury & Stanley, genl. contrs., box 65. 
Schilling Stephen A., plasterer, box 87. 
Schmidt J. C. & Son, stone contrs., box 94. 
Shellhouse & Co., lime and cement. 
Sheridan Brick Works, brick mnfrs., box 

151. 
Shover James E., genl. contr., box 73. 
Shover Oran D., excavator, box 12. 
Schreiber Frederick, contr., box 157. 
Shultz & Sommers, plasterers, box 141. 
Sims J. A., gravel rooter. 
Smither T. F., rooter, box 85. 
Southside Foundry Co., founders, box 134. 
Spielhoff Henry, genl. contr., box 103. 



Tali Wm. R. & Son, plasterers, box 53. 
Thurtle J. G., architect. 
Townsend Bros., lime and cement, box 81. 
Twiname James E., brick mnfr., box 106. 
Twlname John J., brick contr.. l>ox 45. 
VanCamp Hardware and Iron Co., hard- 
ware. 
Vonnegut Clemens, hardware. 
Wadsworth Bros., brick mnfrs., box 22. 
Wallace John, Otto gas engines. 
Wasson W. G. & Co., lime, box 161. 



BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATIONS. 



71 



Weaver George, brick contr., box 144. 
Wehklng, Charles F., brick contr., box 
Whitsitt & Adams, excavators. 
Zintle & Noe, brick contrs.. bo.K 98. 



Acme Savings and Loan Association— W. H. 
Stringer, Sec, 428 N Mississippi. 

Advance Saving and Loan Association— B. 
P. Schirmer, Sec, 123 Greer. 

Aetna Savings and Loan Association— How- 
ard Kimball, Sec, 89 B Market. 

Alabama Street Building, Loan and Savings 
Association— R. B. Kersimer, Sec, 110 
Cherry. 

American Building and Loan Association — 
N. F. Thomas, Sec. 1116 N. Delaware. 

Arsenal Savings end Loan Association- 
Jan es R. Scott, Sec, 24 S. Summit. 

Atlas Savings association— Robert Martin- 
dale, Sec. 84 E. Market. 

Bee Hive Savings and Loan Association- 
Hugh Campbell, Sec, 219 Pendleton av. 

Belletontaine Street Saving and Loan As- 
sociation. 

Big Four Building Association— John Fur- 
nis, Sec, 68^4 E. Market. 

Blake Street Savings and Loan Association 
No. 3— Clinton V. Lowe, Sec, 272 Doug- 
lass. 

Blake Street Savings and Loan Association 
No. 4— Clinton V. Lowe. Sec. 272 Douglass. 

Bluff Road Savings and Loan Association— 
.T. R. Fesler, Sec. 294 Union. 

Brightwood Savings and Loan Association— 

B. H. Brown, Sec. 

Celtic Savings and Loan Association — J. R. 

Welch, Sec, 34 Circle. 
Centennial Savings and Loan Association— 

C. H. Rehling, Sec, 430 S. Delaware. 
Center Building and Loan Association— S. 

W. Wales, Sec. 387 Mass av. 

Charter Oak Building and Loan Association 
—J. A. Lang, Sec, 34 N. Delaware. 

Citizens' Savings and Loan Association No. 
2— C. H. Rehling, Sec. 430 S. Delaware. 

City Savings and Loan Association— Joseph 
Buenagle, Sec, 174 Duncan. 

Clifford Avenue Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion-Arthur B. Grover, Sec, 13 Lombard 
Bldg. 

College Avenue Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion—Fred C. Gardner, Sec, 402 College av. 

Columbia Saving and Loan Apsociation- 
J. L. Kingsbury, Sec, 75 E. Market. 

Co-Operative Savings and Loan Association 
—Arthur B. Grover, Sec, 13 Lombard 
Bldg. 

Cottage Building and Loan Association— J. 
H. Aufderheide, Sec, 18 Insurance Blk. 

Court House Building Association— Samuel 
V. Parrott, Sec, 31 Baldwin Blk 

Dania Building and Loan Association— An- 
ders Larsen, Sec, 32 Virginia av. 

Delaware Street Savings and Investment 
Co— George S. Venn, Sec, cor Madison av 
and Ray. 

Diamond Savings and Loan Association— 
W. C. Spiegel, Sec, 171 N. Noble. 

Dime Savings and I^oan Association— Kate 
F. Parker, Sec, 60 Talbott av. 

Downey Street Savings and Loan Associ; 
tion Nos. 1 and 2— Peter Ohleyer, Sec, 452 
S. Meridian. 

East Michigan Street Savings and Loan As- 
sociation—Theodore Stein, Sec, 86 B. Mar- 
ket. 

East Washington Street Building and Loan 
Association— Emil C. Rassmann, Sec, 31 
Circle. 

Eastern Savings and Loan Association- 
Conrad Mueller, Sec, Merchants' National 
Bank. 

Economic Savings and Loan Association- 
John A. Reume. Sec, 126 W. Maryland. 

Elk Savings and Loan Association— J. F. 
Reinecke, Sec, 66 Fletcher av. 



English Avenue No. 2 Building and Loan 
Association— J. F. Reinecke, Sec, 66 
Fletcher av. 

Equitable Building and Loan Association- 
L. G. Dynes, Sec, 41 Vance Blk. 

Equitable State Building and Loan Associa- 
tion— S. W. Mercer, Sec, 40 Vance Blk. 

Eureka Saving and Loan Association— T. C. 
Whitcomb, Sec. 

Farm and Lot Building and Loan Assocla- 
tion— C. A. Dale, Sec, 88 Circle. 

Fidelity Building and Savings Union— Ed- 
ward J. Robison, Sec, 45 Vance Blk. 

Fidelity Building and Loan Bank Union No. 
2— Edward J. Robison, Sec, 45 Vance Blk. 

Fidelity Building and Loan Bank Union No. 
3— Edward J. Robison, Sec, 45 Vance Blk. 

Fidelity Building and Loan Bank Union No. 
5— Edward J. Robison, Sec, 45 Vance Blk. 

Fidelity Savings and Loan Association— 
Wm. Lewis, Sec. 

Fifth Street Savings and Loan Association 
—J. G. Schad, Sec, 698 N. Tennessee. 

Fletcher Avenue Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion — Nelson Yoke, Sec. 

Fourteenth Street Saving and Loan Asso- 
ciation—A. J. Gardner, Sec, 1028 N. Me- 
ridian. 



Garfield Park Building and Loan Associa- 
tion—Charles S. Ehrhard, Sec, 363 W. 
Michigan. 

German-American Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation— G. W. Brown, Sec, 10 Boston Blk. 

Globe Loan and Savings Association— Henry 
Theinas, Sec. 216 Clifford av. 

Government Saving and Loan Association— 
A. Larsen, Sec, 32 Virginia av. 

Guarantee Savings and Investment Asso- 
clatlon— S. D. LaFuze, Sec, 17 Virginia av. 

Hartford Saving and Investment Co.— J. M. 
Spann. Sec, 84 E. Market. 

Haughville Building and Loan Association 
—J. B. Jackson, Sec, 162 Michigan (H). 

Home Builders' Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion-Hugo Wuelflng, Sec 

Homestead Building and Loan Association- 
A. H. Johnson, Sec 

Hoosler Building, Loan and Investment As- 
sociation-James E. Pierce, Sec, 442 Col- 
lege av. 

Hoosler Savings and Loan Association The 
— W. H. Stringtr, Sec, 428 N. Mississippi. 

Ideal Savings and Loan Association— G. L. 
Paetz, Sec, 119 N. AlalKima. 

Illinois and Seventh Street Savings and 
Loan Association No. 1— A. A. Young, Sec. 

Illinois and Seventh Street Savings and 
Loan Association No. 2— A. A. Young, Sec 

Independent Turners Savings and Loan As- 
sociation-August Doeppers, Sec, 29 S. 
Delaware. 

Indiana Central Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion— F. A. Gregory, Sec, 96 E. Market. 

Indiana Farmers' Savings and Loan Asso- 
ciation—John B. Hann, Sec. 37 Board of 
Trade. 

Indiana Mutual No. 1 Building and Loan 
Association — Charles Kahlo. Sec. 32 B. 
Market. 

Indiana Mutual No. 2 Building and Loan 
Association — Charles Kahlo, Sec, 32 B. 
Market. 

Indiana Mutual No. 3 Building and Loan 
Association — Charles Kahlo, Sec, 32 E. 
Market. 

Indiana Mutual No 4— Charles Kahlo, Sec. 
32 E. Market. 

Indiana Savings and Investment Co.— C. B. 
Holloway, Sec. 90 E. Market 

Indiana Savings and Loan Association — 
Jacob Buennagel. Sec, 119 N. Alabama. 

Indiana Society for Savings— C. A. Book- 
waiter. Sec. 4-5 Phoenix Blk. 



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BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATIONS CEMETERIES. 



Indianapolis Building and Loan Association 
— W. A. Rhodes, Sec, 72 E. Market. 

Indianapolis Savings and Investment Co.— 
George L. Raschig, Sec., 36 Circle. 

Industrial Savings and Loan Association- 
Peter Ohieyer. Sec., 452 S. Meridian. 

International Building and Loan Associa- 
tion Nos. 1 and 2— Charles Schurman, Sec., 
23 E. Market. 

Inter-State Building and Savings Associa- 
tion—Felix T. McWhlrter, Sec, 74 E. Mar- 
ket 

Keystone Building and Loan Association— 
J. M. Leathers, Sec, 34 Journal, Bldg. 

Knights of Labor Savings Association- 
Robert Kempt Sec, 424 S. Meridian. 

Laborers Savings and Loan Association- 
Robert Kempf, Sec, 424 S. Meridian. 

Laborers Savings and Loan Association No. 
2— Robert Kempf, Sec, 424 S. Meridian. 

Lombard Building and Loan Association- 
Lafayette Perkins, Sec, 81 Lombard Bldg. 

McCarty Street Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion— C. H. Rehling, Sec. 430 S. Delaware. 

Madison Avenue Savings and Loan Associ- 
ation-Jacob Buennegel, Sec, 119 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Madison Avenue No. 3 Building and Loan 
Association— Charles Drewes, Sec, 265 

Madison Road Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion-John Brill Sec. 

Marion Savings and Loan Association- 
Fred Merz Sec. 8 Vance Blk. 



Marion Trust and Loan Co.— J. F. Fesler. 
Sec, 294 Union. 

Massachusetts Avenue New Savings and 
Loan Association— Theo. Stein, Sec, 86 E. 
Market. 

Merrill Savings and Loan Association- 
Jacob Buennagel, Sec, 119 N. Alabama. 

Merrill No. 2 Savings and Loan Association 
— H. A. Weber. Sec, 198 Virginia av. 

Monument Savings and Loan Association— 
R. C. Kelsey, Sec, 15 Baldwin Blk. 

Morris Street Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion—Henry Henschen, Sec. 526 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Mutual Home and Savings Association— W. 

A. Rhodes, Sec, 72 B. Market. 

Mutual Savings and Loan Association— C. 

B. Feibleman Sec, 90 E. Court. 
National Savings and Loan Association — C. 

B. Feibleman, Sec, 90 E. Court. 

New Central Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion—Theodore Stein, Sec, 86 E. Market. 

New Commercial Savings and Loan Asso- 
ciation—Albert Stein, Sec, 26 S. Illinois. 

New Jersey Savings and Loan Association- 
Edwin B. Pugh, Sec, 42 Vance Blk. 

New Massachusetts Avenue Savings and 
Loan Association— Albert Stein, Sec, 26 S. 
Illinois. 

New Merrill Street Savings and Loan As- 
sociation— H. A. Weber, Sec, 198 Virginia 

New People's Savings Association— W. W. 
Knapp, Sec. 8 Baldwin Blk. 

New Year's Savings and Loan Association 
—J. H. Smith, Sec, 36 W. Washington. 

Noble Street Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion—Albert Stein, Sec. 26 S. Illinois. 

North East Savings and Loan Association 
—Newton Todd, Sec, 7 Ingalls Blk. 

North New Jersey Street Building and Loan 
Association— Albert Stein, Sec, 26 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Northside Savings and Loan Association— 
W. H. Stringer. Sec, 428 N. Mississippi. 

Oak Hill Savings and Loan Association— 
F. A. Lander, Sec, 156 E. Washington. 

Occidental Savings and Loan Association — 

C. H. Rosebrock, Sec, 19 Thorpe Blk. 
Pan Handle Building. Savings and Loan 

Association— P. J. Landers, Sec. 774 E. 
Washington. 



Parnell Building and Loan Association- 
Jeremiah Collins, Sec, n w cor Alabama 
and Maryland. 

People's Building and Loan Association No. 
3— J. F. Reinecke, Sec, 56 Fletcher av. 

Phoenix Savings and Loan Association— C. 

B. Feibleman Sec, 90 E. Court. 
Plymouth Savings and Loan Association- 
Edward Gilbert, Sec, 6 Vinton Blk. 

Progress Savings and Loan Association — 
Peter Pflsterer, Sec, 70 E. Market 

Prospect Savings and Loan Association- 
John Schley, Sec, 45 Court House. 

Provident Savings, Loan and Investment 
Association— Arthur B. Grover, Sec, 13 
Lombard Bldg. 

Prudential Depository. Saving and Loan As- 
sociation— C. R. Jones, Sec, Union Bldg. 

Railroadmen's Building and Savings Asso- 
ciation— W. T. Cannon, Sec, Union Sta- 

Royal Savings and Loan Association— How- 
ard Kimball, Sec, 89 E. Market. 

Rural Saving and Loan Association— Wm. 
T. McClain, Sec, 31 Court House. 

St. Clair Savings and Loan Association— 

C. H. Rosebrock, Sec, 19 Thorpe Blk. 
Securitv Saving and Loan Association- 
Kenneth G. Reid, Sec, 42 N. Delaware. 

Socialistic Savings and Loan Association— 
M. L. Swarzer, Sec. 

Southeastern Savings and Loan Association 
— C. H. Adams, Sec. 

South Meridian Street No. 2 Savings and 
Loan Association— J. G. Ohieyer, Sec, 27 
W. Washington. 

Southside Building and Loan Association- 
Thomas Tallentire, Sec, 223 Fletcher av. 

Standard Savings and Loan Association— C. 
H. Rosebrock, Sec, 19 Thorpe Blk. 

Star Savings and Loan Association— H. H. 
Fay, Sec, 40^4 E. Washington. 

State Building and Loan Association of In- 
diana—Frank H. Hovey, Sec, 21 S. Penn. 

State Capitol Investment Co.— C. A. Book- 
waiter, Sec, 96y2 E. Market 

Sun Savings and Investment Co.— L. G. Mil- 
ler, Sec. 

Teutonia No. 4 Sainngs and Loan Associa- 
tion— S. C. Mueller, Sec 

Thorpe Block Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion— J. K. Wright, Sec 

Turner Building and Savings Association— 
Armin Bohn. Sec. 19 Hall pi. 

Union Deposit Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion No. 2— Wm. Kaiser, Sec, 656 Virginia 

Union Depot Savings and Loan Association 
No. 3— Frederick Newland, Sec. 

Union Mutual Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion— J. E. Franklin, Sec, 19% N. Penn. 

Union Mutual Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion—Charles Young, Sec. 

Union Nationl Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion The— Nicholas Ensley, Sec, 18 Lor- 
raine Bldg. 

Union Savings and Loan Association— Hen- 
ry Hartman, Sec. 

United States Savings Fund and Invest- 
ment Co.— E. B. Hall, Sec, 42 Lorraine 
Bldg. 

Virginia Avenue Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation. 

West Indianapolis Savings and Loan Asso- 
ciation— B. W. Gillespie, Sec, Union Stock 
Yards (W. I.) 

West Market Exchange Building and Loan 
AssociaUon— W. H. Stringer, Sec, 428 N. 
Mississippi. 

Western Savings and Loan Association— 
Theo. A. Pfafflin, Sec, 10^4 E. Washington 

Woodbum Loan and Savings Association — 
J. F. Fesler, Sec, 294 Union. 

World Building. Loan and Investment Co. 



CEMISTERIES. 

Crown Hill Cemetery— Incorporated 1863. 
Situated on the Michigan road, three 
miles north of the city, and comprises 
about 400 acres of land. Stoughton A. 



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Fletcher, Pres. ; George P. Anderson. Sec; 

office, 6 Ingalls Block. Frederick W. 

Chislett. Supt. ; office at cemetery. 
German Catholic Cemetery— Three-notch 

road, south of city. 
German Lutheran Cemetery— East side 

Three-notch road, half mile south of Belt 

R R. 
Greenlawn Cemetery— West side Kentucky 

av, north of South street. 
Holy Cross Cemetery (Roman Catholic)— 

Bluft road, south of city. Rev. F. H. 

Gavisk, Pres.; J. R. Welsh, Sec; office 34 

Circle. Jeremiah Egan, Supt. 
Jewish Cemetery— Bluff road, south of city. 

Owned by the Indianapolis Hebrew Con- 
gregation. 



CHURCHES AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 

ADVENTISTS. 

Seventh Day Adventists— 175 Central av. 

Services Saturdays, 2 p. m. ; Sunday 

School 2 p. m-; Sunday evening 7:30 p. m. 

Rev. Arthur W. Bartlett, pastor. 

BAPTIST. 

Antioch Baptist Church (colored)— Corner 
Fourth and Howard Streets. Rev. J. M. 
Morton, pastor. Services 11 a. m., 8 p. m. ; 
Sunday School 9 a. m. 

Brightwood Baptist Church— Rev. Lee Fish- 
er pastor. Services 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; 
Sunday School 9:30 a. m. 

College Avenue BapUst Church— Northeast 
cor College and Lincoln avs. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m., Sunday School 9:30 
a. m. Rev. Joseph P. Williams, pastor. 

Corinthian Baptist Church— Southwest cor 
North and Fulton. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 9 a. m. 

First Baptist Church— Northeast corner 
Pennsylvania and New York streets. Rev. 
W. P. Taylor, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 2:15 p. m. 

Fir.st Baptist Church (colored)— Irvington. 
Rev. C. P. Williams, pastor. Services 11 
a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 3 p. m. 

First Baptist Church— (N I). Rev. Ander- 
son Simmons, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 3 p. m. 

First Baptist Church— Haughville. Rev. 
Charles L. Doyle, pastor. Services 11 a. 
m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 9:45 a. m. 

Freewill Baptist Church— Corner Pratt and 
California. Rev. Calvin C. Edwards, pas- 
tor. Services 11 a. m., 3 p. m., and 7:;!0 
p. m. 

Freewill Baptist Church— Comer Rhode 
Island and Smith. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m. 

Freewill Baptist Church (colored)— 429 W. 
2nd. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. 

Garden Baptist Church— 168 Bright street. 
Rev. G. W. Terry, pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m., 7 p. m. ; Sunday School 2 p. m. 

Garfield Missionary Baptist Church— Me- 
ridian, between Merrill and McCarty 
streets. Rev. Thomas Byrd, pastor. Serv- 
ices 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 
9 a. m. 

(Jerman Baptist Church— Northwest comer 
North and Davidson streets. Rev. Albert 
Heinz, pastor. SeiTices 10 a. m., 7 p. m. ; 
Sunday School 2 p. m. 

Mount Zion Baptist Church— Corner Second 
street and Lafayette R R. Rev. Benjamin 
Parrell, pastor. Services 11 a. m., 3 and 8 
p. m. ; Sunday School 9 a. m. 

New Bethel Baptist Church— S3 Beeler. Rev. 
Nathaniel Seymore, pastor. Services 11 a. 
m., 7 p. m. ; Sunday School 9:30 a, m. 
North Mission Baptist Church— Illinois 
street (N I). Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. 
Olive Baptist Church (colored)— Corner Co- 
bum and McKeman. Rev. John A. Pres- 
ton, pastor. Services 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; 
Sunday School 9:30 a. m. 
Reid Street Baptist Church (colored)— 213 
South State avenue. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7 p. m. ; Sunday School 9 a. m. 



River Avenue Church (W I)— Rev. Charles 
L. Doyle, pastor. Services 10:40 a. m., 
7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 9:30 a. m. 

St. John's Temple— 294 Blackford street. 

Second Baptist Church— North side Michi- 
gan east of West. Rev. James W. Carr. 
pastor. Services 2:30 p. m., 7:30 p. m. ; 
Sunday School 9 a. m. 

Shlloh Baptist Church— Northwest corner 
Pratt and California streets. Services 11 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 9 a. m. 

South Calvary Church (colored)— Northeast 
corner Maple and Morris streets. Rev. C. 
P. Williams, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m.. 
7::!0 p. m.: Sunday School 9 a. m. 

South Street Baptist Church — Southwest 
corner South and Noble streets. Rev. A. 
B. Whitnev, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 9 a. m. 

Third Baptist Tabernacle— 124 Rhode Island 
street. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sun- 
day School 9 a. m. 

University Place Baptist Church— Southeast 
corner Meridian and Twenty-fifth streets. 
Rev. C. H. McDowell, pastor. Sunday 
School 10:00 a. m.; services 7:30 p. m. ; 
prayer meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. 

Woodruff Place Baptist Church— Southwest 
corner Michigan and Walcott. Rev. Adri- 
an D. Berry, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m.. 
7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

CATHOLIC DIOCESE OP VINCENNES. 

The southern half of the State of Indiana, 
including Marion county, is the Diocese of 
Vincenness, so called because the former 
Bishops lived at Vineennes. 

Bishop— Rt. Rev. Francis Silas Chatard, D. 
D., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Vioar General— Rt. Rev. Mgr. August Bes- 

Vioar (jeneral— Very Rev. Anthony Scheid- 

eler. 
Chancellor— Very Rev. D. O'Donaghue. 
Offices- St. John's Clergy House, 76 W. 

Georgia- 
Sacred Heart Church— Comer Union and 
Palmer streets. Rev. Bernadine Weis, rec- 
tor. Mas.s 6 a. m., 8 a. m. and 10 a. m. ; 
Vespers 3 p. m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 
St. Anthony's Church — Southeast comer 
Vermont and Haugh, Haughville. Rev. 
Francis B. Dowd, rector. Mass 8 and 10 
a. m.; Sunday School 2 p. m. ; Vespers 
2:30 p. m. 
St. Bridget's Catholic Church — Northeast 
corner West and St. Clair streets. Rev. 
Daniel Curran, rector. Mass 8 a. m. and 
10 a. m.; Sunday School and Vespers 2:30 



St. John's Church— East side of Tennessee, 
between Georgia and Maryland. Clergy 
House, 76 W. Georgia street. Rev. Francis 
Henry Gavisk, rector; Revs. Jos. F. 
Weber and James J. Wade, assistants. 
Sundav Services: Mass 6, 7:30, 9 (for chil- 
dren), 10:30 a. m. (High Mass). Sermon at 
each mass. Sunday School 2:30 p. m. ; So- 
ciety meetings 3 p. m. ; Vespers 7:30 p. m. 
Mass daily, 6 and 8 a. m. 

St. Joseph's Church— Southwest corner No- 
ble and North streets. Rev. H. Alerding. 
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. Vary 
Rev. Anthony Scheideler, rector; Rev. 
Adam Kohlmann, asst. rector. Mass 6:30, 
7:30 and 10 a. m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. m; 
Vefpers 3 p. m. 

St. Patrick's Church— Southwest corner 
Dougherty and Short streets. Very Rev. 
D. O'Donaghue. rector; Rev. Wm P. 
Quigley, asst. rector. Mass 6 a. m., 8 a. 
m., 10 a. m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 
and Vespers 3 p. m. 

S. S. Peter and Paul Cathedral— Corner 
Meridian and 5th. Right Rev. Francis 



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CHURCHES AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 



S. Chatard. Mass 6, 8, 10 a. m. ; Vespers 
3 p. m. 

CHRISTIAN. 

Central Christian Cliurch— Northeast cor- 
ner Delaware and Fort Wayne av. Rev. 
D. R. Lucas, pastor. Sunday services 10:45 
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 9:30 a. 
m. Prayer meeting Thurday evening. 

Christian Church, HaughvlUe— Social serv- 
ices 10:30 every Sabbath. Sunday School 
at 9:30. Preaching morning and evening 
every third Sunday. 

Christian Church, Irvington— Services 10:45 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 9:15 a. m. 

Fouith Christian Church— Rev. G. H. Clarke 
pastor; Rev. Edward Clifford, asst. pas- 
tor. East side of West, north of St. Clair. 
Sei vices 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. : Sunday 
School 2:30 o. m. 

Olive Christian Misslon-556 S. Meridian. 
Rev. J. C. Burkhardt pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. 

Second Christian Church— Northwest corner 
4th and Howard. Rev. Leroy J. Redd. 
Services 10:30 a. m., 7 p. m.; Sunday 
School 9:30 a. m. 

Second Christian Church (W. I.)— Shepard 
street. Preaching every third Sunday of 
each month. Services every Sunday 10:30 
a. m.; Sunday School 9:30 a. ra. 

Seventh Christian Church— Corner Udell and 
Annette streets (N. I.) Services 11 a. m.; 
Sunday School 9:30 a. m. 

Sixth Christian Church— Southeast corner 
Elm and Pine streets. Rev. A. L,. Ward, 
patter. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; 
Sunday School 9 a. m. Prayer meeting 
Thursday evening. 

Third Christian Church— 133 Home av. Rev. 
Daniel R. VanBuskirk, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 9 a. 

W. I. Church of Christ— William street (W. 
I.) Rev. Alvin M. Morris, pastor. Serv- 
ices first Sunday in each month, 11 a. m., 
7:30 p. m. 
CHURCH OP CHRIST (SCIENTIST). 

First Church of Christ— 136 E. New York. 
Services Sunday 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; 
Sunday School 11:30 a. m. 

CHURCH OP GOD. 

Church of Ged— East end of Hill av. Serv- 
ices 10 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 
2:30 p. m. 

CON 31REGATIONAL,. 

Brightwood Congregational Church— Rev. 
Hugh C. Funkhauser, pastor. Services 
10:45 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 9:30 

Fellowship Congregational— Southeast cor- 
ner Broadway and 11th. Rev. E. St. Clair 
Smith, pastor. Serviecs 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. 
TO. ; Sunday School 9 a. m. 

Mayflower Congregational Church— South 
side St. Clair, east of East street. Rev. 
J. W. Wilson, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 9:30. Praver 
meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30. 

Mission Chuch— 4241/2 Bellefontaine street. 

People's Congregational Church— Southwest 
corner Michigan and Blackford. Rev. J. 
M. Lewis, pastor. Services 10:45 a. m., 7:30 
p. m. ; Sunday Scl-ool 2:15 p. m. 

Pilgrim Congregational— Corner Woodburn 
and Warren av (W I). Rev. David Q. 
Travis, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. 
TO.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 

Plymouth Congregational Church— South- 
east comer New York and Meridian 
.■^trei^ts. Frederick E. Dcwhurst, pastor. 
Services 10:45 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
School 9:30 a. m. 

EPISCOPAL. 

Christ Church— Northeast corner Circle and 
Meridian. Rev. J. Hilliard Ranger, rector. 
Services 9:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday 
School 2:30 p. m. 

Holy Innocents' Church— Northeast comer 
Fletcher av. and Cedar. Rev. Edwin G. 



Hunter, rector. Services 9 and 10:30 a. m.. 
7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

Grace Cathedral— Southeast corner Central 
av. and Seventh. Rev. C. S. Sargent, rec- 
tor. Holy Communion daily 7:30 a. m.; 
service and celebration, 10:30 a. m. ; even- 
ing service 7:30; Sunday School 3 p. m. 

St. George's Chapel — Northwest comer 
Church and Morris streets. Rev. John 
Braun, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. 
m. ; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

St. James Mission Chapel— Northeast comer 
West and Walnut streets. Services 7:30 p. 
m. : Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

St. Paul's Church— Southeast comer New- 
York and Illinois streets. Rev. Gustav 
Carstensen. rector. Services 10:45 a. m.; 
Sunday School 9:30 a. m. 

St Phillip's Mission— East side Minerva, be- 
tween Michigan and North streets. Serv- 
ices 7:45 p. m. I Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

All Saints' Mission— Brightwood. Rev. B. 
G. Hunter in charge. Services 10:30 a. m. 
and 2 p. m. 

EVANGELICAL. 

St. Paul's German Evangelical— Southeast 
corner of Columbia avenue and Eighth. 
Rev. Henry F. Frigge, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 9:20 

Zlon's German Evangelical Church— Comet- 
Ohio and Bird streets. Rev. J. C. Peters, 
pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; 
Sunday School 9 a. m. 

EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION. 

First Evangelical Association Church — 
Southeast corner of New York and Bast 
streets. Rev. Herman Schleucher, pastor. 
Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday 
School 2:15 p. m. 

German Evangelical Sunday School— Comer 
Wilkins and Church. Services Sunday 2:15 
p. m., Tuesday 7:30 p. m. 
FRIENDS. 

Friends' Meeting House — Southwest corner 
Delaware and St. Clair streets. Rev. Levi 
Rees, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. 
m. ; Sunday School 3 p. m. ; Wednesday 
10:30 a. m. Prayer meeting every Thurs- 
day evening. 

Friends' Meeting House— 860 West Morrla 
street (W. I.) Sunday School 9:30 a. m. 
Preaching 10:30 a. m. 

Friends' Meeting House— I. O. O. F. Hall 
(W. I.) Sunday 10:30 a. m. ; Sunday School 
9:30 a. m. 

Friends' Mission Meeting House — Frazee, 
near King av. (H.) Sunday 10:30 a. m., t 
and 7:45 p. m. ; Sunday School 9:30 a. m. 

GERM.\N REFORMED IX THE U. S. 

Church of Hope German Reformed— Clifford 
av., east of city limits. Services 10:30 a. 
m. ; Sunday School 9 a. m. Services at 
Brightwood 2:30 p. m. 

Third German Reformed Chuich— Northwest 
corner of Coburn and Ne"w Jersey streets. 
Rev. Alvin G. Gekeler, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 9 
a. m. 

First German Reformed Church— Corner 
Noble and Ohio. Rev. J. George Steinert, 
pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; 
Sunday School 9 a. m. 

Fourth Gei-man Reformed Church— 75 N. 
Belmont av. (H.) Rev. Frederick Kalb- 
fleisch, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. 
m. : Sunday School 9 a. m. 

St. John's Evangelical Reformed Church- 
Southeast corner Merrill and Alabama 
streets. Rev. Max G. I. Stern, pastor. 
Service.'! 10 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday 
School 2 p. m. 

HEBREW. 

Congregation Kennesses Israel — Northeast 
corner Merrill and Eddy. Rev. Simon 
Glassman, rabbi. Services Saturday 7:30 
a. m., Friday 7:30 p. m. 



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Congrregatlon Sharah Tefllla— 352 South Me- 
ridian. Rev. Morris Coplan, rabbi. Serv- 
ices 7:30 a. m. Saturday, 6 p. m. Friday. 

Hungarian Hebrew Ohew Zedeclc Congre- 
gation—Services 7 r- m. Friday, 8:30 a. m. 
Saturday. 43 N. Tennessee. 

Jewish Temple— South side of Market, west 
of East street. Rev. Meyer Messing, rabbi. 
Services 7:30 p. m. Friday, 9:30 a. m. Sat- 
urday. 

LUTHERAN. 

Danish Evangelical Lutheran Trinity 
Church— Southeast corner McCarty and 
Beaty streets. Rev. G. A. Christensen, 
pastor. Services 10 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sun- 
day School 2 p. m. 

English Lutheran Mission— 359^4 Virginia 
avenue. Services Sunday 10:30 a. m., 3:30 
p. m. 

First (English) Lutheran Church— Northeast 
corner Walnut and Pennsylvania streets. 
Rev. A. R. Steck, pastor. Services 10:45 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 9:30 a. m. 

St. John's German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church— w s Bismarck avenue, near Fra- 
zee (H). Rev. George Gotsch, pastor. 
Services 10:30 a. m. ; Sunday School 12 m. 

St. Paul German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church — Northeast corner New Jersey and 
McCarty streets. Rev. Frederick Wambs- 
ganss, pastor; Rev. I. G. Kunz and Rev. 
P. Eickstaedt, assistant pastors. Services 
10 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 2 p. m. 

Second English Evangelical Lutheran 
Church— Hosbrook, near Elk. Rev. Isaac 
D. Worman, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 9:30 a. m. 

Second German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church— Northeast corner East and Ohio 
streets. Rev. Peter Seuel, pastor. Serv- 
ices 10 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 2 
p. m. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

African M. E. Zion Church— Southwest cor- 
ner Coburn and McKernan streets. Serv- 
ices 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. 

African M. E. Church of Haughville— Shef- 
field avenue. 

• African M. B. Mission— Corner 5th and Mill. 
Wm. J. Grayson, pastor. Services 11 a. m., 
2:30 and 7:30 p. m. 

Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church— East side 
Broadway, north of Cherry street. Rev. 
Theophilus Price, pastor. Services 10:45 a. 
m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 2 p. m. 
Prayer meeting every Thursday evening. 

Barnes Chapel A. M. E. Church— Ontario 
street (N I). Rev. Daniel W. Heston. pas- 
tor. Services 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday 
School 2 p. m. 

Barth Place M. B. Church— Rev. Francis 
M. Ramsey, pastor. Services 7:30 p. m. ; 
Sunday School 2 p. m. 

Bethel A. M. B. Church— Northeast corner 
Vermont and Columbia streets. Rev. T. 
W. Henderson, pastor. Services 10:45 a. 
m., 7:45 p. m. ; Sunday School 2 p. m. ; 
prayer meeting Thursday, 7:45 p. m. 

Blackford Street M. E. Church— Southeast 

corner Blackford and Market streets. Rev. 

Wm. S. Biddle, pastor. Services 10:30 a. 

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

prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30 p. m. 

Brightwood M. E. Church— Rev. David A. 

Robertson, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 

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

Broadway M. E. Church— Corner Broadway 

and 12th. Rev. Thomas W. Northcott, 

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

Sunday School 2:30 p. m. ; prayer meeting 

Thursday, 7:30 p. m. 

California Street M. E. Church— Southwest 

corner North and California streets. Rev. 

W. P. Barnhill, pastor. Services 10:30 a. 

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

Central Avenue M. E. Church— Northeast 

corner Central av and Butler street. Rev. 

H. A. Buchtel, pastor. Services 10:30 a, 

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

Edwin Ray M. E. Church— Southwest cor- 



ner Woodlawn av and Linden street. Rev. 
Edward B. Rawls, pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

First German M. B. Church— Southwest 
coiner New York and New Jersey streets. 
Rev. John C. Marting, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.: Sunday School 9 a. 
m. Prayer meeting Thurday evening 7:30 
p. m. 

Fletcher Place M. E. Church— Comer South 
street and Virginia av. Rev. Robert Rob- 
erts, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. 
m. ; Sunday School 2 p. m. Prayer meet- 
ing Thursday evenings. 

Furnas Place M. E. Church— Southwest cor- 
ner Keystone and Clifford avs. Rev. Ben- 
jamin Cooper, pastor. 

Grace M. E. Church— Northeast comer East 
and Market streets. Rev. H. Joseph 
Black, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. 
m. ; Sunday School 2 p. m. 

Hall Place M. E. Church— Northeast corner 
Seventh street and Hall place. Rev. Geo. 
R. Cochran, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 2 p. m. Prayer 
meeting Thurday evenings. 

Irvington M. E. Church— Rev. Benjamin W. 
Cooper, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 
p. m. : Sunday School 2 p. m. 

King Avenue M. E. Church, of Haughville 
—Rev. Olin B. Rlppetoe, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 2:30 
p. m. 

Lincoln Avenue M. E. Church— Corner Lin- 
coln av and Newman. Rev. J. W. Maxwell, 
pastor. Services Sunday 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. 
m.; Sunday School 2:15 p. m. 

Lovely Lane A. M. E. Zion Church— 568 \ ir- 
gina av. Anthony Bunch, pastor. Serv- 
ices 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 2 

Madison Avenue M. B. Church— Corner 
Madison av and Union street. Rev. John 
W. Milam, pastor. Services 10:45 a. m., 
7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Young 
people's meeting Tuesday 7:30 p. m. Pray- 
er meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. 

Mapleton M. E. Church— Services 10:30 a. m. 
Sunday School 3 p. m. 

Meridian Street M. E. Chuch— Southwest 
corner New York and Meridian streets. 
Rev. Charles N. Sims, D. D., pastor. 
Services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday 
School 2:15 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E. 6:30 p. m. 
Prayer Meeting Thursday evenings. 

North Indianapolis M. E. Church— Rev. L. 
A. Retts, pastor. Services 7 p. m; Sunday 
Sctool 2:30 p. m. 

Oak Hill M. B. Church— Corner Lawrence 
and Fountain. Rev. Benjamin F. Mor- 
gan, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. 
m.; Sunday School 2 p. m. 

Roberts Park M. E. Church— Northeast cor- 
ner Delaware and Vermont streets. Rev. 
T. I. Coultas, D. D., pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 2:15 p. m. 

St. Paul A. M. B. Chapel— East side Man- 
love av, south of Brinkman. Rev. John- 
son Burden, pastor. Services 11:30 a. m. 
and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 3 p. m. 

Second German M. E. Church— Northeast 
corner Prospect and Spruce. Rev. John 
H. Barth, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 
p. m.; Sunday School 9 a. m. 

Simpson Chapel— Corner Howard and 2d 
streets. Rev. Thomas L. Ferguson, pas- 
tor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sun- 
day School 2 p. m. 

South Mission (H.)— Rev. Jasper Slier, pas- 
tor. Services Sunday 10:30 a. ro., 7:30 p. m. 

Third German Methodist Episcopal Church 
—Corner Morris and Church. Rev. John 
Mueller, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 
p. m. ; Sunday School 2 p. m. 

Trinity M. E. Church— Division street (W 
I). J. M. Barrington, pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 2:30. 

West Indianapolis M. E. Church— Williams 
street. Rev. George Reid, pastor. Serv- 
ices 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 
3 p. m. 



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CHURCHKS AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS CLUBS. 



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

Zion A. M. E. Church— Northwest corner 
Blackford and North streets. Services 11 
a. m., 7 p. m, : Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 
Class meeting Thursdays 7:30 p. m. 

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



PRESBYTERIAN. 

East Washington Street Presbyterian 
Church — South side Washington, near 
State avenue. Rev. Prank C. Hood, pas- 
tor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sun- 
day School 2:15 p. m. : prayer meeting 7:30 
p. m. 

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

First Presbyterian Church— Southwest cor- 
ner Pennsylvania and New York streets. 
Rev. Matthias L. Haines, D. D., pastor. 
Services 10:45 a. m.. 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday 
School 9:30 a. m. ; Bible class 9:30 a. m. : 
prayer meetings Thursday evenings. 

First United Presbyterian Church— Comer 
East and Massachusetts avenue. Rev. 
Joseph Llttell. pastor. Services 10:30 a. 
m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

Fourth Presbyterian Church— Northwest 
corner Pratt and Pennsylvania streets. 
Rev. G. L. Mackintosh, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 2::M 
p. m. ; prayer meeting Thursday evening. ! 

Memorial Presbyterian Church— Northwest 
corner Christian avenue and Ash street. 
Rev. Frank O. Ballard, D. D., pastor. 
Services 10:30 a. m. ; Sunday School 9 a. 
m. ; prayer meeting Thursdays, 7:30 p. m. 

Ninth Presbyterian Church— Northeast cor- 
ner Tennessee and Michigan streets. Rev. 
Oscar A. Williams, pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m.. 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

Olive Street Presbyterian Church— Bast side 
Olive, north of Willow street. Rev. John 
W. McComb. pastor. Services 10:30 a, m., 
7 p. m. ; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 

Second Presbyterian Church— Northwest 
corner Vermont and Pennsylvania streets. 
Rev. Joseph A. Milburn. pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 9:45 
a. m. ; prayer meeting Thursday evenings. 

Second Presbyterian Mission— 912 North Del- 
aware. Sunday School 9 a. m. 

Seventh Presbyterian Church— East side 
Elm, north of Cedar street. Rev. A. N. 
Thompson, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m.. 
7:30 p. m. ; Stmday School 2:30 p. m. : 
prayer meeting Thursday evening. 7:30. 

Sixth Presbyterian Church— Northeast cor- 
ner McCarty and Union. Rev. Ell A. Al- 
len, pastor. Services 10:45 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; 
Sunday School 2 p. m. 

Tabernacle Presbyterian Church— Northeast 
corner Second and Meridian streets. Rev. 
J. A. Rondthaler, D. D., pastor; Rev. War- ! 
ren B. Dunham, associate pastor. Serv- 
ices 10:30 a. m. ; Sunday School 2:15 p. m. 

Tabernacle Chapels— Comer Washington 
and Miley avenue (W I) and (M J). War- 



School 9 a. m. 
Woodruff Avenue United Presbyterian 
Church— Comer Brookside and Clifford 
avenues. Rev. J. P. Cowan, D. D., pas- 
tor. Services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; 



Sunday School 2:30 ] 



of Spiritualists will conduct services in 

Lorraine Hall, comer West Washington 

and Tennessee streets, every Sunday 10:30 

a. m., evening 7:45 p. m. 

SWEDENBORGIAN. 
New Church Chapel— 333 N. Alabama. Serv- 
ices Sunday 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 

School 9 a. m. 

UNITED BRETHREN. 
First United Brethren Church— East side 

Oak, between Vine and Cherry streets. 

Rev. Alonzo Myer, pastor. Services 10:30 

a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 9:15 a. 

m. ; prayer meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. ; 

Y. P. S. C. E. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. 
Second U. B. Church— Rural street, between 

Clifford and Brookside. Services 10:30 a. 

m.. 7:30 p. m.; STinday School 2 p. m. ; 

prayer meeting Wednesday 7 p. m. 
UNIVERS.4.LIST. 
Central Universalist Church— Corner 6th and 

New Jersey. Rev. H. O. Sommers, pastor. 

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

CLIHS. 



Club — Meets at Americus Club 
Hall, U6 N. Alabama. David Kahn, Pres.; 
Sol Kaiser, Sec.; Leo Haas, Fin. Sec; 
Harry Weil, Treas. 

Calumet Club— 7 to 9 Claypool Blk. Frank 
C. Reaume, Pres. ; Charles J. Prinzler, 
Sec. 

Century Club — Meets Tuesday evenings, 
Denison Hotel. John L. Griffiths, Pres.; 
Allan Hendricks, Sec. 

Clio Club— Meets every 2d and 4th Friday 
of each month at 2:30 p. m. Lucretia Mc- 
Dowell, Pres. ; Caroline M. Wright, Sec. ; 
Fannie L. Edwards, Treas. 

College Corner Club— Prof. J. B. Roberts, 
Sec. 

Columbia Club— R. O. Hawkins, Pres.; M. 
J. McLain, Sec.; C. Latham, Treas.; 7S 
Circle. 

Crescendo Club— Meets monthly at 409 N. 
Pennsylvania. Sarah T. Meigs, Pres. ; Jes- 
sie Bybee, Sec. 

Commercial Club — Meets second Monday of 
each month in Commercial Club Bldg. Eli 
Lilly, Pres.; M. A. Downing, First Vlce- 
Pres. ; C. C. Foster, Second Vice-Pres. ; A. 

B. Gates, Treas.; Wm. Fortune, Sec. 
Contemporary Club— 25 E. North. Dr. N. A. 

Hyde, Pres. ; Theodore L. Sewall, Sec. ; Dr. 
J. M. Hurty, Treas. 

Cosmos Club— 134 N. Illinois. Meets 1st Mon- 
day evening in each month. J. W. Holtz- 
man, Pres.; W. F. Wocher, Sec. 

Country Club— Wm. L. Elder, Pres.; H. T. 
Bennett. Sec. and Treas. Office at Capital 
National Bank. 

Dramatic Club, The — Meets at Propylaeum 
Bldg. Hewitt Howland, Pres.; May Arm- 
strong, Sec. 

Fortnightly Club— Meets every other Friday 
at Propylaeum. Mrs. Jacob Dunn, Pres. 

German Ladies' Literary Club— Mrs. Clair 
Walker, Pres., 76 W. 3rd. 

Hendricks Club — Organized December 29, 
18S5. 60 Circle. Myron D. King, Pres.; 
George W. Duke, Sec.; Arthur V. Brown, 
Treas. 

lUindio (Kennel) Club — Harry S. New, 
Pres.; Charles K. Farmer, Sec. 

Indianapolis Caledonian Quoiting Club — 
Meets 36 W. Washington street, 2nd and 
4th Tuesdays in each month. Alexander 
Galloway, Pres.; John D. Gauld, Vice- 
Pres.; Hugh Campbell, Sec; John A. Mc- 
Gaw, Treas. 

Indianapolis Chess Club — Organized Septem- 
ber. 1885. R. W. Furnas, Pres.; L. D. 
Moody, Vice-Pres.; Warwick H. Ripley, 
Sec. ; W. H. Blair, Treas. Club room Y. M. 

C. A. Bldg. 



CLUBS COURTS FEDERAL OKFICBKS. 



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Indianapolis Troebel Club — Miss O'Keefe, 
Pres. 

Indianapolis Literary Club — Plymouth 
Church Bldg. J. L. Thompson. Pres.; 
Chaa. Martindale, Sec; John N. Hurty, 
Treas. 
Indianapolis Press Club— James P. Homa- 
day, Pres.; Laura Ream, Vice-Pres. ; Hil- 
ton U. Brown. Treas.; Laura A. Smith, 
Sec. 
Indianapolis Tennis Club— Meets at Talbott 
Avenue Grounds. W. H. Talbott, Pres.; 
J. M. Butler, Jr, Sec. and Treas. 
Indianapolis Whist Club— 50 Lorraine Bldg-. 

J. B. Anderson, Sec. 
Indianapolis Women's Club— Meets first and 
third Fridays at Propylaeum. Mrs. Helen 
B. Holman, Pres., 48 W. North; Mrs. An- 
nie A. Spruance, Sec. 
Iron Hall Woman's Club— Mrs. Mary A. 

Henny, Pres., 453 College av. 
Katharine-Merrill Club — Organized 1S86. 
Mrs. Henry Cobum, Pres., 121 E. New 
York. 
Keeley League Club No. 1— Meets 17 Ma- 
sonic Temple every Wednesday evening. 
B. A. Eaton, Pres.; F. C. English, Sec. 
Lincoln League — Warwick H. Ripley, 

Thorpe Blk. 
Lyra Casino Club— 122 N. Meridian. Harry 

O. Thuditim, Sec 
Marion Club, The— 25 B. Ohio. James W. 
Fesler, Pres.; Edwin S. Boyd, Sec.; Her- 
man C. Tuttle, Treas. 
Magazine Club— Blind Asylum. Adelaide 

Carman, Pres. 
Minerva Club— Mrs. W. S. Brown, Pres.. 

299 Park av. 
Over The Teacups— Meets every two weeks, 

828 N. Penn. Mrs. W. W. Woollen, Pres. 

Portfolio Club— Meets at School of Music 

every other week. Clarence Forsythe, 

Pres. ; Julia G. Sharpe, Sec. 

Parlor Club— Meets semi-monthly. Elizabeth 

Nicholson. Pres.; Susan E. H. Perkins, 

Sec. 

Shakspeare Club— Meets by special notice. 

r>o\ve I'arey, S:c. and Treas. 
Silver Hook Fishing and Social Club— W. 

A. Duke, Pres.; M. F. Lahey, Sec. 

Tippecanoe Clul)— Meets annually, Nov. 7, 

at the Mayor's office. John L. Avery, Sec. 

Young Men's Gray Club— Gallup Blk. Meets 

every Monday evening. John E. Foley. 

Pres. ; Frank C. Schwoerer. Vice-Pres. ; 

James E. Berry, Rec. Sec. 

Young Men's Literary Club— Meets every 

Monday evening, Y. M. C. A. Bldg. J " 

Hull, Pres. ; George Hiatt, Sec. 

Zig Zag Cycling Club— 84 N. Delaware. 



CIRCUIT COURT. 
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court— 

Hon. John M. Harlan. 
Circuit Judge— Hon. Wm. A. Woods. 
Circuit Judge— Hon. James G. Jenkins. 
Clerk— Noble C. Butler 
Master in Chancery— Wm. P. Fishback. 

Circuit and District Courts. 
Deputy Clerk— Willard C. Nichols. 
United States District Attorney— Frank B. 



District Attorney— Bdv 



The United States is divided into nine Judi- 
cial Circuits, In each of which a Circuit 
Court is held for each district within each 
circuit. The act of Congress approved 
April 10. 1869, provides as follows: "The 
Circuit Court in each district shall be held 
by the Justic? of the Supreme Court allot- 
ted to the circuit, or by the Circuit Judge 
of the circuit, or by the District Judge of 
the district, sitting alone, or by the Jus- 
tice of the Supreme Court and Circuit 
Judge sitting together, in which case the 
Justice of the Supreme Court shall pre- 
side, or in the absence of either of them, 
by the other (who shall preside), and the 
District Judge." The State of Indiana 
comprises one Judicial District. The courts 
for the district axe held in Indianapolis, 
New Albany, Evansvllle and Port Wayne. 
The district is attached to the Seventh 
Judicial Circuit, which comprises the 
States of Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana. 
The United States Courts of the District of 
Indiana are organized as follows: i 



Burke. 

Assistani 

Corr. 
United States Marshal- Wm. H. Hawkins. 
Terms of Circuit— First Tuesdays in Mar 
and November, in the Circuit Court Room 
Postoffice Building. 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. 
District Judge— Hon. John H. Baker. 
United States District Attorney— Frank B. 

Burke. 
Assistant United States District Attorney- 
Edwin Corr. 
United States Marshal— Wm. H. Hawkins. 
Clerk— Noble C. Butler 

Terms of Court- Same as United States Cir- 
cuit Court. 

SUPREME COURT OF INDIANA. 
Chief Justice— James McCabe. 
Associate Justices— Timothy E. Howard. 
Leonard J. Hackney, Silas D. Coffey, Jo- 
seph S. Dailey. 
Terms of Supreme Court— Fourth Monday 
in May and fourth Monday in November. 
APPELLATE COURT OP INDIANA. 
Chief Justice— Frank E. Gavin. 
Associate Justices— Theodore P. Davis, Or- 
lando J. Lotz, George E. Ross, George L. 
Reinhard. 
Terms of Appellate Court— Fourth Monday 
in May and fourth Monday in November. 
MARION CIRCUIT COURT. 
Judge— Edgar A. Brown. 
•Clerk— John R. Wilson; term expires Nov. 

15. 1894. 
Probate Commissioner— Gus O' Bryan, 51 

Court House. 
Terms of Court— Second Monday in Febru- 
ary, first Monday in Miy, fourth Monday 
in August and first Monday in December. 
*The Clerk of the Circuit Court is ex officio 

Clerk of all the Courts. 
MARION COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT. 
Judge— Millard F. Cox; term expires No- 

V3mber 15, 1894. 
Prosecuting Attorney— John W. Holtzman; 

tsim expires November 22, 1894. 
Deputies Prosecuting Attorney— Arthur V. 
Brown, Charles E. Cox. 

SUPERIOR COURT. 
Established April, 1871. 
Judges— James M. Winters, Room 1; term 
expires November, 1894. James W. Har- 
per, Room 2; term expires November. 
1S94; Pliny W. Bartholomew, Room 3: 
term expires October, 1896. 
Terms of Superior Court— This court Is in 
session at all times, except during the 



onths of July and August. 



FEDERAL, OFFICERS. 

Circuit Justice of the Seventh Circuit and 
Associate Justice United States Supreme 
Court— John M. Harlan. Postoffice Bldg. 

Judges United States Circuit Court— Hon. 
Wm. A. Woods and Hon. James G. Jen- 
kins. 

Judge United States District Court— Hon. 
John H. Baker, Postoffice Bldg. 

Clerk United States Courts— Noble C. But- 
ler, Postoffice Bldg. 

Deputy Clerk- Willard C. Nichols. 

United States District Attorney— Frank P.. 
Burke, Postoffice Bldg. 



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INSURANCE LABOR ORGANIZATIONS 



Assistant United States District Attorney- 
Edwin Corr, Postofflce Bldg. 

United States Marshal— Wm. H. Hawkins, 
Postofflce Bldg. 

Deputies— John E. Foley, Thomas Dooling, 
J. W. Stewart, Charles P. Taylor, Grant 
Agnew. 

United States Pension Agent— Nicholas Ens- 
ley, Union Bldg. 

Chief Clerk-O. P. Ensley. 

Special Examiners Pension Bureau— J. M. 
Kennedy, C. L. Hamebaugh, F. H. Austin. 

United States Board of Pension Examiners 
— Wm. J. Browning, M. D., 19 W. Ohio; 
E. C. Reyer, M. D., 19 W. Ohio.; James I. 
Rooker, M. D., Castleton, Ind. 

Surveyor of Customs— Third floor P O Bldg. 
George G. Tanner. 

Deputy— Austin H. Brown. 

Inspector of Customs— William T. Steele. 

Warehouse Man— Jeremiah Hoolihan. 

Collector of Internal Revenue— Wm. H. 
Bracken, Lawrenceburg. Ind. 

Deputies— P. J. Ryan, Eugene Saulcy, Cor- 
nelius McGroarty, Jacob W. Hollenbeck, 
gauger. 

Postmaster— Edward P. Thompson, Post- 
offlce Bldg. 

Assistant Postmaster— David Wallace, Post- 
offlce Bldg. 

United States Commissioners— Henry Doug- 
lass Pierce, 18% N. Meridian; Harold Tay- 
lor, Fletcher's Bank Bldg; Wm. A. Van 
Buren, 18% N. Penn.; Charles W. Moores, 



ard, 122 E. Wabash. 
Supervisor of Elections— Wm. A. Van Bu- 
,ren, chief, 18% N. Penn. 
United States Secret Service— Thomas B. 

Carter, chief, 29% N. Penn. 
Weather Bureau— Charles F. R. Wappen- 

hans, room 52 Ingalls Blk. 



IIVSDRANCE. 

Atlas Life Insurance Co. of Indiana— 7 
Thorpe Blk. Norman S. Byrum, Pres., 
Martin V. McGilliard, Sec. 

Commercial Accident Co. The— 88 N. Me- 
ridian street. Alvah Tebbetts, Pres., G. 
H. Childs, Sec. 

German Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of In- 
diana— 29 South Delaware street. Incor- 
porated 18.54. A. Seidensticker, Pres., L. 
Schmidt, Sec, Edward Mueller. Treas. 

Globe Accident Insurance Co.— 68-74 Vance 
Blk. George W. McDonald, Pres., A. T. 
Quick, Sec. 

Guaranty Saving Fund Life and Accident 
Association of Indiana— 101 to 105 Commer- 
cial Club Bldg. Lew Wallace Jr., Pres., 
George A. Beaton, Sec. 

Home Benefit Association of Indianapolis — 
S. L. Marrow. Sec, 21 Talbott Blk. 

Indiana Association of Underwriters — 4 
Hartford Blk. W. P. Benton, Sec-Treas. 

Indiana Insurance Co. of Indianapolis— S3 
and 85 East Market street. Chartered 
1851. Reorganized 1875. Capital $150,000. 
N. S. Byrum, Pres., M. V. McGilliard, 
Sec. 

Indiana League of Fire Underwriters— 8 
Thorpe Blk. Charles E. Dark, Pres., Jar- 
vis R. Preston, Supt. 

Indiana Millers' Mutual Fire Insurance Co. 
—37 Board of Trade Bldg. Incorporated 
1889. M. S. Blish, Pres., W. L. Kidder, 
Vice-Pres., E. E. Perry, Sec. and Treas., 
J. W. Hahn, Genl Agt and Insp. 

Indianapolis German Mutual Fire Insur- 
ance Co.— 113% E. Washington street In- 
corporated 1884. Friederich Ostermeyer, 
Pres., Gottlob C. Krug, Vice-Pres., Char- 
lotte Dlnkelaker, Sec, August Aldag, 
Treas. 

Industrial Life Association of Indianapolis— 
22 Lorraine Bldg. Incorporated 1877. John 



O. Coop«r, Pres., J. W. Morris, Sec. andl 
Treas. 

Masonic Mutual Benefit Society of Indiana 
—29% E. Market. R. S. Robertson, Pres., 
George H. West, Sec. 

Masons' Union Life Association— Masonic 
Temple. N. R. Ruckle, Pres., James S. 
Anderson, Sec. 

Mutual Life and Endowment Association of 
Indiana— 30% N. Delaware street. Incor- 
porated Februarj', 1SS2. Wm. R. Myers, 
Pres., Henry Malpas. Sec. and Treas., 
John C. Green, Attorney. 

Odd Fellows' Mutual Aid Association of 
Indiana-^ Odd Fellows' Hali. Organized 
Nov. 21. 1872. John F. Wallick, Pres., Ben- 
jamin Franklin, Sec, James E. Bodine. 
Treas. 

Old Wayne Mutual Life Association— Com- 
mercial Club Bldg. Re-incorporated May, 
1883. L. C. Stewart, Pres., John Furnas, 
Treas., C. C. Gilmore, Sec. 

Railway Officials' and Employes' Accident 
Association— 25 to 32 Ingalls Blk. Chal- 
mers Brown, Pres., Wm. K. Bellis, Sec. 
and General Mngr., Samuel Bellis, Treas. 

Union Accident Association of Indiana— 61 
Vance Blk. Incorporated 1892. M. D. 
White, Pres., H. S. Quick. Sec. 

Vernon Insurance and Trust Co. of Indian- 
apolis— 83 and 85 E. Market- M. V. Mc- 
Gilliard, Pres., L. T. Michener, Vice-Pres., 
N. S. By ram, Treas., C. E. Dark. Sec. 



LABOR ORGANIZATIONS. 

American Hod Carriers' Union No. 1— 
Meets at Griffith's Block first and third 
Mcndays. 

Architectural Iron Workers— Meet at 76>4 
South Delaware street Tuesdays. 

Armstrong Assembly— Meets Wednesdays 
at Cyclorama Building. 

Auxiliary B. of L. E.— Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at Engineers' Hall. 

Barbers' Union— Meets Pressmen's Hall 
every Monday night. 

Beer Drivers' Union No. 92— Meets Satur- 
days at Mozart Hall. 

Bicycle Workers' Union- Meets at Boston 
Block Fridays. 

Blacksmiths' Union No. 27— Meets 92% E. 
Washington street every Thursday night. 

Boilermakers' Helpers— Meet every Thurs- 
day evening in Foundrymen's Hall. 

Boilermakers' Union No. 61— Meets Brick- 
layers' Hall Tuesday evenings. 

Bookbinders' Union No. 5— Meets first 
Thursday of each month in Pressmen's 
Hall. 

Brass Workers' LTnion No. 24— Meets at 234% 
E. Washington street every first and third 
Friday. 

Brewers' Union No. 77— Meets last Sunday 
of each month at Bernard's Hall. 

Bricklayers' Union No. 3— Meets 27 W. 
Pearl street every Thurday night. 

Brickmakers' Local Union— Meets at 150 
Prospect street second and fourth Thurs- 
days. 

Brickmakers' Union— Meets 76 S. Delaware 
every Friday evening. 

Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen— Meets 
at Iron Hall every Sunday at 2 p. m. 

Building Trades' Council— Meets at Mort- 
land Block every Friday evening. 

Carpenters' District Council— Meets every 
Thursday evening at 10% N. Delaware. 

Carpenters' Local Union No. 60 (German)— 
Meets at 27% S. Delaware street every 
Saturday night. 

Carpenters' Local Union No. 44S— Meets at 
60 E. Market street Tuesdays. 

Carpenters' Union No. 57 (stair builders)— 
Meets at Carpenters' District Council 
Rooms, 10 N. Delaware street, every Mon- 
day night. 

Carpenters' Union No. 157— Meets at Haugh- 
vlUe every Wednesday night. 



.ABOK ORGANIZATION ^ 



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Carpenters' Union No. 299— Meets Griffith's 

Blocl< every Wednesday evening. 
Carpenters' Union No. 332— Meets West In- 
dianapolis every Friday evening. 
Carpenters' Union No. 706— Meets eacli 

Thursday evening at Griffith's Block. 
Carpenters' Union No. 695— Meets at Weav- 
er's Hall, North Indianapolis, each Mon- 
day. 
Caipenters' Union No. 609— Meets 18V4 S. 

Delaware street Wednesday evenings. 
Carriage and Wagon Makers' Local Union 
No. 13— Meets at Griffith's Block every 
Monday evening. 
Central Labor Union— Meets second and 
fourth Monday evenings at Mansur Blk, 
D. L. Stoddard, See. 
Cigar Makers' Local Union No. 33— Meets 
in Arbelter Hall the first Wednesday of 
each month. 
Coopers' Union No. 19— Meets 92 E. Wash- 
ington street Thursday evenings. 
Coopers' Union No. 25 (slack barrel)— Meets 
92V4 E. Washington street second and 
fourth Saturdays. 
Federal Labor Union No. 366S-Meets 271/2 S. 

Meridian street Thursday nights. 
Freight Handlers' Union No. 5207— Meets 
at Marmont Hall the first and third Sun- 
days of each month. . 
Furniture Workers' Union No. 13 (German) 
—Meets at Workmen's Hall the flr.st Sun- 
day and third Wednesday of each month, j 
Furniture Workers' Local Union No. 36— 
Meets at Mozart Hall first and third 
Tuesday nights. [ 
German-American Typographical Union No. 
14— Meets at ISVi S. Delaware street even.- 
Sunday. ' 
Grand International Brotherhood of Loco- i 
motive Engineers, Indianapolis Division | 
No. 11— Meets at Engineers' Hall first and 
second Saturday nights and second and 
fourth Sunday afternoons. | 
Grate and Mantel Setters' Union— Meets Cy- | 

elorama Building every Friday evening. 
Hair Spinners' Union No. 2— Meets at Ault- 

man's Hall Monday evenings. 
Hard Wood Furniture and Piano Varnlsh- 
ers" Union— Meets in Thorpe Block second 
and fourth Thursday nights. 
Heading Workers' Union No. 5662. A. F. of 
L.— Meets at 36% Virginia av every Thurs- 
day night. 
Horseshoers' Union No. 24— Meets at IBM 

S. Delaware street Fridays. 
Indianapolis Division 103, Order of Railway 
Conductors— Meets at 94 N. Meridian 
street first and third Sundays of each 
month. 
Indianapolis leathers' Protective Union- 
Meets every Tuesday evening. 
Indianapolis Musicians' Protective Associa- 
tion—Meets When Block every Sunday. 
International Typographical Union, 59 Vance 

Block: A. G. Wines, Sec. 
Iron and Steel Workers, Premier Lodge- 
Meets at 33 S. Illinois street Saturday 
nights. 
Iron Molders No. 17 of N. A.— Meets at 125% 
E. Washington street every first and third 
Friday evening. 



Hall, first and third Saturday nights. 

Ladv Kern Assembly— Meets at Cyclorama 
Bldg Tuesdays. 

Laundry Workers' Union No. .5254— Meets 
33 S. Illinois street, second and fourth 
Wednesday evenings. 

Local Branch of International Brotherhood 
of Blacksmiths' Helpers— Meets at 92% E. 
Washington street each Tuesday evening. 

Local Union No. 66 Iron Molders of North 
America— Meets 18% S. Delaware street 
Friday evenings. 

Ix)comotlve Engineers, D. A. Thomas Di- 
vision No. 492— Meets Sundays at Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, Virginia av. 

Locomotive Engineers — Meet every Satur- 
day and Sunday at Engineers' Hall. 



Locomotive Firemens' Brotherhood— Meets 

Griffiths Blk Tuesday evenings. 
Machine Helpers— Meets at 92% E. Wash- 
ington street first and third Tuesdays of 

each month. 
Machine Wood Workers No. 46— Meets at 

33 S. Illinois street every first and third 

Wednesday night. 
Machinery Molders' Brotherhood No. 11— 
Meets corner Pennsylvania and Maryland 
streets second and fourth Tuesday nights. 
Machinists' Union No. 64— Meets 33 S. Illi- 
nois street Tuesday evenings. 
Marble Cutters' and Setters' Association, 
Local No. 10— Meets at room 46 Court 
House on Tuesdays. 
Metal Polishers' and Buffers' Union— Meets 
18% S. Delaware every second and fourth 
Thursday night. 
Molders' Helpers' Union — Meets Foundry- 
men's Hall every Tuesday evening. 
National Brotherhood of Electrical Work- 
ers of America, Union No. 10 of Indian- 
apolis—Meets at 33% S. Illinois street on 
1st and 3d Mondays. 

Order of Railroad Telegraphers— Meets at 
When Blk. 2d and 4th Thursdays. 

Painters' Union No. 47— Meets at Marmont 
Hall Tuesday evenings. 

Paper Hangers' Union No. 107— Meets cor- 
ner of Penn. and Maryland streets 
Wednesdays of each week. 

Patternmakers' National League of North 
American- Meets at corner of Penn. and 
Washington street every Friday. 

Plasterers' Union— Meets at ISVi E. Wash- 
ington street first and third Wednesdays. 

Pork Packers' Union— Meets Marmont HalV 
Wednesday evenings. 

Press Feeders' Union— Meets 27 W. Pearl 
street first Wednesday night of each 
month. 

Pressmen's Union— Meets the first Friday 
of each month at 27 W. Pearl street. 

Progressive Labor Union No. 5662— Meets 
18% S. Delaware Tuesday evenings. 

Retail Clerks' Union No. 1— Meets at When 
Blk. first and third Tuesdays. 

Sawmakers' Union No. 1— Meets at 33 S. 
Illinois street the first and third Fridays. 

Sewing Women's Union— Meets at 33 S. Illi- 
nois street the second and fourth Friday 
nights. 

Silver Star Assembly— Meets at Cyclorama 
Bldg. Thursdays. 

Stationary Engineers Union— Meets Mort- 
land Blk. every Thursday evening. 

Stonecutters' Association of North America 
—Indianapolis Branch meets at Griffith 
Blk. first and third Friday nights. 

Stone Masons' and Hard Stone Cutters' 
Union— Meets at 76 South Delaware street 
first and fourth Monday nights. 

Street Railway Employes' Union— Meets 
Griffith Blk. every Thursday evening. 

Switchmen's Union— Meets second Sunday 
night and fourth Sunday afternoon at 
Machinists' Hall. 

Tailors' Union— Meets at 33 S. Illinois street 
second and fourth Mondays. 

Teamsters' and Shovelers', No. 5486 — Meets 
at Union Hall Wednesdays. 

Tin, Sheet Iron and Cornice Workers' Lo- 
cal Union No. 4+-Meets at Baldwin Blk. 
Monday night of each week. 

Typographical Union No. 1 — Meets at 
Wright's Blk. first Sunday In each month. 

United Association of Plumbers, Gas and 
Steam Fitters' Local Union No. 73— Meets 
at Griffith's Blk. Tuesday evening of each 
week. 

Upholsters' T'nlon— Meets first and third 
Tuesdays at 17% W. Pearl street. 

Wheelmakers' No. 3512— Meets at 76 S. Del- 
aware street Friday evenings. 

Wood Can'ers' Union- Meets at the corner 
of Pennsylvania and Maryland streets. 

Wood Turners' Union No. 40— Meets at the 
corner of Pennsylvania and Maryland 
streets second and fourth Tuesdays. 



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LIBRARIES MEDICAL MILITARY. 



LIBRARIES. 



Agricultural Library of the Indiana State 
Board of Agriculture— State House. Con- 
tains about 1,200 volumes. 

Butler University Library— Irvington. In- 
clusive of societies, 5,075 volumes. 

Carpenters' and Joiners' Library, 16 Cyclo- 
rama Place. 

Haughville Reading Room— East side Ger- 
mania avenue, between Michigan and Fra- 
zee, HaughvlUe. 

Horticultural Library of the State Horti- 
cultural Society— Contains about 500 vol- 
umes. State House. 

Library of the Indianapolis Bar Associa- 
tion— 55 Court House. Established 1880. 
Contains 3,000 volumes. 

Library of the Medical College of Indiana— 
45 South Pennsylvania street. Established 
1872. Contains about 1,200 volumes. 

Marion County Library- Court House. Es- 
tablished 1S44. Contains 3,800 volumes. 
Open on Saturday from 9 to 12 a. m. and 
2 to 5 p. m. Jessie Allen, Librarian. 

Public Library and Reading Room— South- 
west corner Meridian and Ohio. Estab- 
lished 1873 and maintained under the au- 
thority of the Board of School Commis- 
sioners, for which purpose it is authorized 
to levy a tax each year of not exceeding 
four cents on the hundred dollars of tax- 
able property assessed for city taxes. Con- 
tains 53.000 volumes and 5,000 pamphlets. 
Open daily 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. Eliza G. 
Browning, Librarian. 

St. Aloysius Library— Northeast corner Ten- 
nessee ajid Georgia. 

St. Cecelia's Library of the St Cecelian 
Society— South side of Maryland east of 
Tennessee. Contains 800 volumes. 

State Law Library— Separated from State 
Library 1867. Contains 16,000 volumes. 
Rooms 64 and 65 State House. 

State Library— Established 1825. Contains 
25,000 volumes. State House. 

Wm. Hacker Masonic Library— Scottish 
Rite Bldg. Contains 2,000 volumes. 29 to 
35 S. Pennsylvania street. 

Workingmen's Library- Open 6 to 10 p. m. 
Northeast comer Georgia and Tennessee. 

Young Men's Christian Association Reading 
Room and Library— 29 N. Illinois. 



American Association Physio-Medical Phy- 
sicians and Surgeons— Meets third Tues- 
day in May at Buffalo, N. Y. A. W. 
Fisher, M. D., Sec. 

Central College of Physicians and Surgeons 
—Southeast corner of Pennsylvania and 
South streets. Organized 1S79. Joseph 
lOastman. M. D.. Pres. ; Samuel E. Earp, 
M. D., Sec: John A. Sutcliffe. M. D., 
Treas. 

Curtis Physio-Medical College— 827 N. Illi- 
nios street. Organized December 9, 1S81 
D. B. Snodgrass. M. D.. Dean and Pres.; 
Laura Snodgrass, Sec. ; C. S. James, M 
D., Treas. 

Eclectic College of Physicians and Surgeons 
—26 Virginia av. Organized September 25 
1S90. Henry Long, M. D., Dean; Wm. H. 
Martz, Pres.; John Wimmer, Sec; Wm. F. 
Curryer, M. D., Thorntown, Ind., Treas. 

Indiana Dental College Thc^Incorporated 
1879. I9V3 N. Pennsylvania street. J. E 
Cravens, Sec. 

Indiana Physio-Medical Association— Meets 
annually first Tuesday in May. E. G. An- 
thony, M. D., Pres.; A. W. Fisher, M. D., 
Sec. 

Indiana State Medical Society— Meets annu- 
ally first Thursday in May. C. A. Daugh- 
erty Pres., South Bend; Elijah S. Elder, 
M. D., Sec; J. O. Stillson, M. D., Treas., 
44 E. Ohio. 



Indianapolis Physio-Medical Society— Meets 
flrst and third Tuesday evenings of each 
month. A. W. Fisher, M. D., Pres.; E. 
May Williams, M. D., Sec. 

Indianapolis Surgical Society— Meets annu- 
ally. W. V. Morgan, M. D., Pres.; O, G. 
Pfaff, M. D., Sec; L. C. Cline, M. D., 

Marion County Medical Society— Meets ev- 
ery Tuesday evening in Criminal Court 
Room. W. N. Wishard, M. D., Pres.; F. 
C. Heath, Sec; H. A. Denson, M. D., 
Treas. 

Medical College of Indiana^S S. Pennsyl- 
vania street Incorporated 1878. Annual 
session fiom October to March. Elijah S. 
Elder, M. D., Dean; Franklin W. Hays, 
M. D., Sec; Joseph W. Marsee, Treas. 

Physio-Medical College of Indiana— North- 
west corner North and Alabama. Incor- 
porated 1873. Collins T. Bedford. Sec 
VETERINARY COLLEGES. 

Indiana Veterinary College of Indianapolis 
— Cyclorama Place. Incorporated 1892. 
Erastus L. Booth, M. D., Pres. and Dean; 
George W. Vernon, M. D., V. S., Sec. 



MIl,ITARY. 



First Regiment Infantry Indiana Legion- 
John W. Ebel, Col., Terre Haute; T. F. 
Stunkard, Surgeon, Terre Haute; Edward 
Bierhaus Jr., Quartermaster, Vincennes; 
H. P. Cormick, Batt. Major, Evansville; 
George H. Pennington, Major, New Al- 
bany; D. McAuliff, Batt. Major, Brazil. 

Second Regiment Infantry Indiana Legion 
—James R. Ross, Col.. Indianapolis; H. B. 



Kahlo, Surgeon, Indianapolis; F. C. Wood- 
burn, Asst. Surgeon, Indianapolis; Vance 
Noel, Quartermaster, Indianapolis; W. W. 
Bobbins, Major, Indianapolis; Edwin P. 
Thayer, Batt. Major, Greenfield. 

Company A, Indianapolis— H. C. Castor. 
Capt.; John G. Prinz, 1st Lieut.; H. C. 
Autderhide, 2d Lieut 

Company D, Indianapolis— Henry T. Conde, 
Capt. ; Frank F. McCrea, 1st Lieut. ; A. T. 
Isensee, 2d Lieut. 

Company M, Indianapolis, Ind. — John J. 
Buckner, Capt; John Edlin, 1st Lieut; 
Jesse H. Ringgold, 2d Lieut 

Third Regiment Infantry, Indiana Legion. 
Company M— J. M. Porter, Capt.; C. Rog- 
ers, 1st Lieut.; S. Moore, 2d Lieut. 

First Regiment Light Artillery, Indiana Le- 
gion— Capt J. B. Curtis, Com.; Lieut W. 
F. Ranke, Adjt., Fort Wayne; W. H. 
Lopp, Surgeon, Indianapolis; Bert B. Ad- 
ams, Quartermaster. Indianapolis. 

Company A, Indianapolis, Ind.— D. A. 
Thompson, S. 1st Lieut. Com.; C. A. Gar- 
rard, J. 1st Lieut; Edward Johnson, 2d 
Lieut. 

United States Arsenal— Situated north end 
of Arsenal avenue, between Michigan 
street and Clifford avenue. Major A. L. 
Varney, Commandant. 

Webber Zouaves— Hall corner Tennessee 
and Georgia. Jacob Fox, Capt.; John 
Lynch, 1st Lieut. ; Thomas Hanrahan, 2d 
Lieut; Robert Riley, Sec. 



Aurora Park Association The — Southeast 

comer East and Washington streets. 

Frank O'Brien. Sec; Michael O'Brien, 

Treas. P. O. box 65. 
Badischer Benevolent Association — Meets 

last Sunday in each month at 2 p. m., at 

113 E. Washington street. 
Bakers' Mutual Benefit Assocdation- Meets 

first Sunday in every month at 10 a. nt, 

at Mozart Hall. 



MISCELLANEOUS SOCIETIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. 



Bavarian Society— Meets every second Sun- 
day In each month at 2 p. m., at 113 E. 
Washington street. 

Board of Children's Guardians of Marlon 
County— 1 Plymouth Bldg. Julia H. Good- 
hart, Sec. 

Boys' Club— 94 E. Market. Mary Dixon. 
Supt. 

Boys' Home and Employment Association— 
M. V. McGllUard, Pres. 

Brewers' Benevolent Association— Meets 1st 
Sunday in every month at Mozart Hall. 

Brothers of the Sacred Heart— In charge 
of St. Joseph's Institute, corner Coburn 
and Short streets. 

Bureau of Justice— Morris M. Ross, Pres.; 
Charles E. Reynolds, Sec, 10 Circle street; 
Frank H. Blackledge, Attorney, 12 In- 
galls Blk. 

Butchers' Association of Marlon County- 
Meets every first Thursday in each month 
at 8 p. m., at 113 E. Washington street. 

Catholic Knights of America, Branch No. 
22— Meets the first and third Tuesdays in 
each month, northeast corner Georgia and 
Tennessee. 

Central Association of Lumber, Sash and 
Door Salesmen— M. L. Brown, Sec; 23 S. 
Penn. 

Central W. C. T. U.— Mrs. J. R. Wood, 
Pres., 124 St. Mary street. 

Charity Organization Society— C. S. Grout, 
Sec, 1 Plymouth Bldg. 

Christ Church Guild— Mrs. J. R. Nichols, 
Pres. 

Christian Woman's Board of Missions of 
Christian Church — Mrs. W. K. Azbill, 
Pres., 292 Ash. 

Citizens' Executive Board— Eli Lilly. Chair- 
man; Wm. Fortune, Executive Director; 
Allan Hendricks, Sec; Albert Gall, Treas. 

Commercial Travelers' Association of Indi- 
ana— W. F. Henley, Sec, Board of Trade 
Bldg. 

Convent of the Sisters of St. Joseph— Cor- 
ner Palmer and Meridian. 

Deutscher Frauen Unterstuetzung Vereln— 
Meets the first and third Fridays of every 
month, at 2 p. m., at Mozart Hall. 

Eastern Indiana Fair Circuit — 15 State 
House. W. L. King, Sec, Rushville. 

Flower Mission— 1 Plymouth Bldg. Mrs. Vic- 
tor K. Hendricks, Pres.; Miss Julia Walk, 
Sec 

B'lower Mission Training School for Nurses 
—City Hospital. 

Franciscan Convent — Comer Union and 
Palmer. In charge of Franciscan Fathers. 

Friends' Boarding Home for Girls— 155 N. 
Illinois. 

Gardeners' Benefit Association — Meets the 
first Sunday of every month, at 2 p. m., 
at Mozart Hall. 

General Contractors' Association of Indian- 
apolis—Builders' Exchange, southwest cor- 
ner Ohio and Penn, George W. Stanley, 
Pres.; Conrad Bender, Sec. 

German English School Society— Meets 120 
E. Maryland. 

German Ladles' Benevolent Association- 
Meets 120 E. Maryland. 

German Ladles' Independent Benevolent So- 
ciety—Meets Mozart Hall. 

German Mechanical Institute— Meets 120 E. 
Maryland. 

German Mutual Benefit Association— Meets 
every last Sunday in each month, at 2 p. 
m., in Mozart Hall. 

German Pioneer Association — Meets the 
third Sunday in every month, at 2 p. m., 
at Mozart Hall. 

Geriran Veteran Association— Meets every 
Sunday of each month at 2 p. m., at Mo- 
razt Hall. 

High School Section — Frances Spracher. 
Pres., Logansport; C. A. Mering, Sec, 
Richmond. 

House of the Good Shepherd— South side 
Raymond, west of Meridian street 

Independent Turnverein Hall Association of 



Indianapolis— Northeast comer of Illinois 
and Ohio. 

Indiana Association of Marble and Granite 
Dealers— T. F. Gaebler, RockvUIe, Ind. 

Indiana Association of Short Horn Breed- 
ers— W. S. Robbins. Horace, Ind., Sec, 
State House. Organized May, 1872. 

Indiana Bee Keepers' Association— State 
House. Organized 1879. 

Indiana Branch International Tract and 
Missionary Society— John W. Moore, Sec, 
175 Central av. 

Indiana Branch of Association of Collegiate 
Alumnae — Harriet Noble, Pres., Irvington. 

Indiana Cane Growers' Association — State 
House. Organized December, 1882. 

Indiana Car Service Association— D. T. Ba- 
con, Mngr, Union Station. 

Indiana Engineering Society— 93 State House. 
J. R. Brown. Frankfort, Sec. 

Indiana Farmers' Reading Circle— State 
House. 

Indiana Historical Society— J. P. Dunn. Sec. 
State House 

Indiana Horse Breeders' Association— State 
House. Organized 18S5. 

Indiana Horticultural Society— State House. 
Organized 1842. 

Indiana Humane Society— Incorporated 18S2. 
2 Cyclorama place. Wm. H. Robson, Sec. 

Indiana Jersey Cattle Breeders' Association 
—State House. Organized January, 1883. 

Indiana Poultry Breeders' Association- 
State House. Reorganized 1887. 

Indiana State Board of Agriculture— Charles 
F. Kennedy, Sec. State House. Organ- 
ized May, 1851. 

Indiana Highway Improvement Association 
—State House. Evans Woollen, Sec. 

Indiana State Florists' Association— State 
House. Organized 1887. 

Indiana Sunday School Union- C. D. Meigs, 
State Supt., 61 Central avenue. 

Indiana Swine Breeders' Association— State 
House. C. Barnett. Logansport, Sec Or- 
ganized January, 1877. 

Indiana Tile Makers' Association— State 
House. Organized November, 1876. 

Indiana Women's State Industrial Associa- 
tion—State House. Organized September, 
1878. 

Indiana Wool Growers' Association— State 
House. J. W. Robe. Sec, Greencastle. Or- 
ganized October, 1876. 

Indiana Woolen Manufacturers— State 
House. Harry S. Wlllard, Sec. 

Indianapolis Art Association— Rev. N. A, 
Hyde, Pres. Meets bimonthly 25 E. North 
street. 

Indianapolis Bar Association— Meets first 
Monday of each month at 55 Court House. 
R. O. Hawkins, Pres., Aaron Blair, Sec. 

Indianapolis Benevolent Society— 1 Plymouth 
Bldg. M. L. Haines, Pres., Charles W. 
Moores, Sec. 

Indianapolis Driving Club— T. S. Graves, 
Sec. Union Stock Yards (W I). 

Indianapolis Female Bible Society for Dis- 
tribution of the Scriptures Among 
Neglected Classes— Eliza Hendricks, Pres., 
M. M. Todd, Vlce-Pres., Mrs. George 
Wells, Sec 

Indianapolis Furniture Exchange— Board of 
Trade Bldg. Otto Stechhan, Pres., T. B. 
Laycock. Sec. Henry Bauer, Treas. 

Indianapolis Joint Rate Association— J. B. 
Eckman. Sec. Board of Trade Bldg. 

Indianapolis Joint Weighing Association— J. 
B. Eckman. Supt., Board of Trade Bldg. 

Indianapolis Propylaeum Association— 25 to 
29 East North street. 

Indianapolis Schweizerbund— Meets second 
Monday in each month at 113 East Wash- 
ington street. 

Indianapolis Society of Hygiene— Rachel 
Swain, M. D., Pres.. 356 North New Jer- 

Indlanapolis Target Shooting Association- 
Twelfth street, west of Fall creek. 

Industrial Union — Mrs. E. F. Hodges, Pres. 
Meets at Propylaeum. 



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MUSICAL SOCIETIES. 



Institute of Psychology and Progressive 
Soiences-n3% E. Washington street. Wm. 

KniEbt3''%^f'"'Father Matthew, B^sonies 
Commandery No. 3-Meets every Sunday 
at 4 p. m., at St. John's Church. 

Knights of Father Matthew Rev. T N. 
Burke Commandery No. l-Richard P. 
Bradley, Rec. Sec. Meets every Sunday at 
4 n m from November to May, balance 
of year Monday 8 p. m., at St. Patrick's 

KSghts of St. John, St. Martin's Command- 
ery-82% S. Delaware street. Meets month- 
ly. Clement Kessing, Sec. 

Ladles' Aid Society of the Christian Church 
—Mrs B. A. Gates, Pres. . ^ 

Ladies' Aid Society of the Memorial Presby- 
terian Church-Mrs. J. W. Elder, Pres. 

Ladles' Hebrew Benevolent Society--Meets 
first Wednesday In each quarter at Mar- 
ket Street Temple 



LS^berfl'^GermaT Sunday School Society. 
Se"ions every Sunday afternoon. Soci- 
ety: meetings first Sunday of every month 
at hall of Social Turnverem. _ . ,. , . 
Library Association-Meets at Public Li- 
brary Building. E. G. Browning, Pres,; 
Nellie Ahern, Sec. and Treas. 
Licensed Saloon Keepers' League of Indiana 
_97y, s. Delaware. Incorporated October, 
1891. Henry Victor. Sec. . ^ ,. „ ..^ 
Local Council of Women of Indianapolis, 
Branch National Council of Women- 
Meets 25 E. North monthly. Mrs. J. b. 
Local^'Freilht Agents' Association-Meets 
Board of Trad? Building. Oran Perry, 
Pres.; J. B. Eckman, Sec. t>^„wt, 

Lumbermen's Association-M. L. Brown, 

Sec, 23 S. Pennsylvania. 
L'Union Fraternelle Francaise-Meets first 
Monday in each month at lOVa B. Wash 
Mar|V°?et'r society of St. Paul's Church- 
M^rfon"-C^un?;°Tr"ugriP Association 
MpFts first Friday afternoon of each 
month St Board 6f Trade Building. C. 
W. Eichrodt, Pres.; Thomas R. Thom- 
Marton' County Licensed Saloon Keepers' 
Asrcciation-Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month 2 p. m. at Mo- 
zart Hall. Edward Bernauer, Pres.; W m. 
Maionic Burial Ground Associatlon-91 E. 

Market Rev. Willis D. Engle, Sec. 
Masonic Relief Board-91 E Market. Rev. 

Willis D. Engle, Sec. 
Mei chants' Retail. Commercial ^Agency- 
Meets second and fourth Tuesday even- 
tags of ea?h month at Board of Trade 
Building. Ellsworth Caffyn Sec 
Meridian W. C. T. U.-Mrs. Ella D. Oakes. 

MSlonary Society of the United Presby- 

teriaS Church-Mrs. J. A. Cowan, Pres^ 

Murphy Gospel Temperance League-Meets 

every Sunday 3:15 p. m. and every Wed- 

nesdav 7-30 p. m., southwest corner Ala- 

SlS^and N?w York. Wm. Klein, Sec. 

Pfaelzer Unterstuetzungs Verein- Meets the 

first Sunday of every month at 2 p. m., 

Plymouth^ Institute— Mary F. Allglre, Sec. 

Office Plymouth Building. ..,„.„ ,„„t 

Prussian Benefit Association-Meets last 

Sunday of every month at 2 p. m. at Co- 

RlZkbai^trcl^Mrs. May Wright Sewall, 

St^'^Bon^itac'l- ^len"evolent Society-Meets 

St"'patrick's^'Tourlb"Vnence Society- 

Mefts in St. John's Hall every second 

St^^ltin'JslaurTemperance Society-Meets 

fourth Sunday of every month at bt. 

St^'Vlncel^alTLVl^aies- Benevolent So- 



ciety-Meets every Friday at 2 p. nj. to 
St. Aloysius Library Hall, comer Ten- 
nes.see and Georgia. , ^ a^ 

St Vincent de Paul Men's Benevolent So- 
fletv- Meets every fourth Sunday m ot. 
Aloysii^ Library Hall, corner Tennessee 

ScjJwaben'^Benefit Assoclation--Meet3 every 
third Sunday at 2 p. m. in Mozart Hall. 

Single Tax League-Meets Mansur BlK. 

Social Turnverein of Indianapolis — South- 
east corner Michigan and New Jersey. 
Franklin Vonnegut, Pres. ,, — ^„ 

Socialistic Sick Benefit Society-Meets ev- 
ery second Sunday afternoon in each 
month at Columbia Hall. 

South Side Benevolent Society— Meets every 
Wednesday evening at Prospect street en- 

Summer°Mfssion to Sick Chlldren-2 Ply- 

sXnham 'sfiiety The-Meets every Satur- 
day evening at Medical College of Indl- 



Training School Board-l Plymouth Bldg. 
Mary A. Stewart, Pres.; Mrs. Kate M. 

Tur°iwereln Hall Association of Indianapo- 
lis— Meets northeast corner of Illinois and 
Ohio streets. ,, . 

Unabhaeniger Turnverein— Meets everysec- 
ond Wednesday in each month at "Turn 
Halle, northeast corner Ohio and Illinois 
street. G. Monninger, Sec. „ „ ^ . 

Woman's Auxiliary of the T. M. C. A.— 
Mrs. M. T. McCrea, Pres. 

Womin's Christian Temperance Union of 
Indiana-Lodie E. Reed, Sec, SBy^ N. Penn 

Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of Ed- 
win Ray M. E. Church — Mrs. M. 3. 
Fletcher, Pres. „ . , ^ a„„-„i 

Woman's Missionary Society and Social 
Circle of Woodruff Place — Mrs. J. «. 

Woman's Sanitary Association— Meets 25 W. 

North. Helen Holman, Pres. 
Toung Men's Christian Association— 33 N. 

Illinois street. Wm. T. Brown, Pres.; O. 

H. Palmer, Sec ; T. A. Hildreth, Genl. Sec 
Zweiundzwanziger Unterstuetzungs Verein 

—Meets first Sunday in each quarter, at 

10 a. m., at Mozart Hall. 



MUSICAL, SOCIETIES. 

Concordia Society— Meets at Reichweln'a 
Hall the first Sunday of each month. 

Druid Saenger Choir— Meets at Boston BlK. 
every Sunday afternoon. 

Harugari Maennerchoir— Meets every Sun- 
day morning, 27 S Delaware. Otto Isen- 
thal. Sec; Ernest F. Knodel, Musical Di- 

India.'nlpolis Liederkranz-H. Z wicker, Sec; 
Ernest F. Knodel, Musical Director. Meets 
in Mozart Hall every Wednesday night. 

Ladies' Matinee Musicalfr-Mrs. Carrie F. 
Robertson, Pres. Meets first and third 
Wednesday afternoons in each month, 
from October to May, at 25 E. North 

Maennerchor Society — Rehearsals Tuesday 
and Fridav evenings at Maennerchor 
Hall. Julius Spicker, Sec; Carl Barua, 

Schweizer' Maennerchor- Meets every Sun- 
day afternoon at 113% E. Washington. 

Sociallstscher Saengenchor — Meets at Co- 
lumbia Hall. 

BANDS OF MUSIC. 

Hart's Orchestra— 623 N. Tennessee. Henry 

H^tel'srothertood Band-66% E. Washlng- 

Houghton's Second Regiment Infantry In- 
diana Legion Band and Orchestra— Alfred 
Houghton. Director; 383 E. New York. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



83 



Montani Bros." Italian String Band— 168 N. 
Alabama street. 

Olympic Band and Orchestra— 234 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Panden Bros." Italian String Band— 133 W. 
Washington. 

Union Band— 435 E. McCarty street. Robert 
Dehne, Leader. 

Zumpfe's Orchestra— 18 Insurance Block. 
Wm. A. Zumpfe, Leader. 



NEWSPAPERS. 

Agricultural Epitomist (monthly)— Epito- 
mist Publishing Co., pubs., 21 W. Wash- 
ington. 50 cents per annum. 
American Nonconformist The (weekly)— 
Est. 1879. Templeton, East & Co., proprs., 
62 W. Market. $1 per annum. 
American Implement Herald The (monthly) 
—Est. 1873. Wm. H. Robson, general man- 
ager, 2 Cyclorama Arcade. 
American Tribune (weekly)— American Trib- 
une Co., proprs.. Journal Building. $1 per 
year. 
Butler Collegian The (monthly)— Education- 
al. Est. 1886. Published by the faculty of 
Butler University, Irvington. 
Catholic Record The— Alexander Chomel, 
editor and propr., 100 W. Georgia. Issued 
every Thursday. $2 per annum. 
Champion of Right and Freedom (weekly)— 

Reed & Wilson, pubs., 37y2 Virginia av. 

Church Worker The (monthly)— Episcopal. 

35 W. Georgia. Rev. George E. Swan. 

editc r. 50 cents per annum. 

Clay Worker (monthly)— T. A. Randall & 

Co., prpors. $2 per year. 
Commercial Current (m inthly)- Indianap- 
olis Business University, pub., When Blk. 
Compas and Star and Vidette (monthly)— 
Willis D. Engle, pub., 91 E. Market. 60 
cents per annum. 
Courier The (weekly)— 82 Indiana av. Chas. 

H. Stewart, pub. $1.50 per annum. 

Daily Live Stock Journal— Indianapolis 

Dally Live Stock Journal and Printing 

Co., proprs.. Union Stock Yards (W. I.) 

Drainage and Farm Journal (monthly)— 

Est. 1879. 41 Baldwin Block. $1 per year. 

Eastern Star The (monthly)— Published by 

Ransford, Metcalf & Co., 5 Windsor Blk. 

Economic Library The (monthly)— Vincent 

Publishing Co., pubs., 19 Cyclorama Place. 

$5 per annum. 

Ensign The (weekly)— 33 Talbott Block. A, 

E. Winter, pub. $1 per annum. 
Farciers' Gazette (monthly)— Est. 1883. De- 
voted to the interest of poultry breeders. 
B. N. Pierce, pub. $1 per annum. Union 
Building. 
Freeman The— Published every Saturday by 
George L. Knox, 127 Indiana av. $2.40 per 
year. 
German Telegraph— Est. 1864. Published 
daily by the Gutenberg Co., 27 S. Dela- 
ware street. Terms, $7.50 per annum. 
Gospel Truth The (monthly, religious)— Est. 
1882. Published by G. R. Sturgeon, 66 
pub., 31 W. Market. $1 per annum. 
Independent The (weekly)— Est. 1882. Pub- 
lished every Saturday by Sol P. Hatha- 
way, 19 Miller Block. $2 per year. 
Indiana Baptist (weekly)— Indiana Baptist 
Pub. Co. publishers, 77y2 E. Market. $1.50 



Indiana Farmer— A weekly journal of the 
farm, home and garden. Indiana Farmer 
Co., proprs., 75 E. Market street. $1 per 
annum. 

Indiana Journal of Commerce— Est. 1870. 
Wm. H. Drapler, pub., 7Sy2 S. Delaware 
street. 

Indiana Medical Journal (monthly) — 44 E. 
Ohio street. Established 1882. Indiana 
Medical Journal Pub. Co. proprs. $1 per 
year. 

Indiana Newspaper Record The— Published 
at 20 S. Tennessee street. Indiana News- 
paper Union, proprs. 



Indiana Phalanx (weekly)— State official 
prohibition organ. Wm. F. and Wm. F. 
Clark, jr., pubs., Cyclorama pi. 

Indiana Pharmacist (monthly) -Est 1881. 
Joseph R. Perry editor and propr, 149 E. 
Washington. $1 per year. 

Indiana School Journal (monthly)— Est. 1856. 
W. A. Bell editor, 66y2 N. Pennsylvania 
street. $1.50 per year. 

Indiana State Journal (Republican)— Est. 
1824. Published every Wednesday by In- 
dianapolis Journal Newspaper Co., north- 
east corner Circle and Market streets. $1 
per year 

Indiana State Sentinel (Democratic)— Est. 
1841. Published every Wednesday by the 
Indianapolis Sentinel Co., 21 N. Illinois. 
$1 per year. 

Indiana Tribune (daily and Sunday, Ger- 
man)— Philip Rappaport, pub., 18 S. Ala- 
bama. $7 per year. 

Indiana Young People (monthly)— George F. 
Bass pub., Franklin Fire Ins. Bldg. 76 
cents per annum. 

Indianapolis Bulletin (weekly)— 84 B. Court 
street. T. G. Harrison, propr. 50 cents 
per year. 

Indianapolis Gazette (weekly)^iO Vance Blk. 
S. W. Mercer, pub. Est. 1882. $1 per year. 

Indianapolis Journal (Republican)— Est. 1824. 
Office n e cor Circle and Market streets. 
Indianapolis Journal Newspaper Co. pubs. 
Issued daily and Sunday. Daily, $8 per 
year; weekly, $1 per year; Sundays, $2 
per year. 

Indianapolis News The (Independent)— 30-32 
W. Washington street. Est. 1869. Charles 
R. Williams, editor; Wm. J. Richards, 
manager. Published every afternoon ex- 
cept Sunday. $5.20 per annum by carrier; 
$6 by mail; 2 cents per copy. 

Indianapolis Sentinel (Democratic)— Est. IStL 
Published daily by The Indianapolis Sen- 
tinel Co., 21 N. Illinois. Daily, $6; includ- 
ing Sunday edition, $8 per year. 

Indianapolis Trade Journal (weekly)— W. H. 
Robson, pub., 2 to 8 Cyclorama Arcade. 
$2 per year. 

Indianapolis World (weekly)— Levi Christy, 
propr., 105 Indiana av. $2 per year. 

Inter-State and Indiana Official Railway 
Guide— 126 W. Maryland. 

Ironclad Age (weekly)— Est. 1855. Dulle M. 
Power, propr., 55 Indiana av. $2.50 per an- 

Jersey Bulletin (weekly)— 69 W. Maryland. 

Est. 1883. D. H. Jenkins, pub. Issued 

every Wednesday. $2 per year. 
Labor Signal (weekly)— Est. 1881. Industrial 



I., 37V4 



Printing and Publishing Co., 

Virginia av. $1 per year. 
Little Builders at Work (monthly)— 160 N. 

Delaware. Christian Woman's Board of 

Missions pubs. 
Masonic Advocate (monthly)— Martin H. 

Rice, editor and pub., 14 Masonic Tem- 
ple. $1 per year. 
Medical Free Press The— George W. Pick- 

erili. pub., 118 N. Illinois. Terms $1 per 

Missionary Tidings— Published monthly by 
the Christian Woman's Board of Missions; 
50 cents per year. 160 N. Delaware. 

National Detective (Monthly)— $3.00 per an- 



National and State League News— 271/4 S. 
Delaware; est. 1893. Licensed Saloon Keei>- 
ers' League of Indiana, Proprs. Terms, 

National Patent Review (Monthly)— 5 Bank 
of Commerce Bldg. Published by Traders' 
Patent Exchange. $1.00 per year. 

National Presbyterian (Religious Monthly) 
—Standard Publishing Co., Pubs., 11 Ab- 
bett Bldg. $1.00 per year. 

National Sheepman The— 4 Cyclorama Ar- 
cade. The National Sheepman Co., Pubs. 
50 cents per annum. 



POSTOFFICE. 



New AgrieulturaJ Era The (Monthly)— 26% 
N. Mississippi. The New Agricultural Era 
Co., Pubs. Terms, 50 cents per annum. 

Nonconformist Library (Quarterly) — 62 W. 
Market. Templeton, East & Co., Proprs. 
»1.00 per annum. 

Odd Fellows' Talisman (Monthly)— Office, 3 
Odd Fellows' Hall. John Reynolds, Pub. 
J2 per year. 

Organizer The (Weekly) — Organizer Pub. 
Co., Pubs., 66';4 N. Penn. Est. 1882. $1 per 
annum. 

Paving and Municipal Engineering (Month- 
ly) — Municipal Engineering Co., Proprs., 
Commercial Club Bldg. $1 per year. 

People The (Weekly) — Reed & Wilson, 
Proprs., Z7% Virginia av. Est. 1S70. 

Physio-Medical Journal (Monthly) — George 
Hasty, Editor and Propr., 2iVz E. Ohio 
street. $1.50 per year. 

Presbyterian Teacher (Religious Monthly)- 
Standard Publishing Co., Pubs., 11 Abbett 
Bldg. 60 cents per year. 

Pythian Journal (Monthly)— Established 
1874. A. M. Preston & Co., Pubs., 2r ~ 
Tennessee street. $1 per year. 

Rough Notes The (Monthly) — Established 
1878. Published by the Rough Notes Co., 
79 W. Market street. $2 per year. 

Saturday Republican The— 37i.'2 Virginia av. 
Issued every Saturday. Edward F. White, 
Pub. Terms, $1 per annum. 

Shorthand Advocate (Monthly) — 49 Thorpe 
Blk. S. H. East, Pub. 50 cents per annum. 

Spottvogel (German)— Published every Sun- 
day by the Gutenberg Co., 27 S. Delaware 
street. $2 per year. 

Swine Breeders' Journal (Semi-monthly) — 
467 S. Illinois. Morris Printing Co., Pub. $1 
per year. 

Sunday Journal— Published every Sunday 
by the Indianapolis Journal Newspaper 
Co.. corner Circle and Market. $2 per 
year. 

Sunday Sentinel— Published every Sunday 
by the Indianapolis Sentinel Co., 21 N. 
Illinois. ?2 per year. 

Sun The— 79 E. Ohio street. The Sun Pub- 
lishing Co., proprs. Published every after- 
noon except Sunday. $3 per annum by 
mail; by carrier 6 cents per week. 

Theatrical Record The (monthly)— 11 Vance 
Block. Interstate Press Association, pubs 
$2 per annum. 

Union The— 22 S. Tennessee. Edwin F 
Gould, propr. 

Volksblatt (German weekly)— Published by 
the Gutenberg Co., 27 S. Delaware street. 
$2 per year. 

West indianapolis News (weekly)— 848 W. 
Morris (W. I.) Charles L. Kiser, propr. 
$1 per annum. 

Western Horseman— Published every Fri- 
day by Stukey & McMahan, Journal Bldg. 
$2 per annum. 

Westminster Endeavor (religious monthlv) 
—11 Abbett Building. Published by Stand- 
ard Publishing Co. Jl per annum. 

Wheelmen's Gazette (monthly)- Est. 18S3. 
Ben. L. Darrow, pub., 39-40 Lorraine Bldg. 
60 cents per year. 

Woodworker— Est. 1882. Southeast corner 
Meridian and Circle. S. H. Smith, propr. 
Published monthly. $1 per year. 

Woikingman The— Issued every Saturday 
at 20 S. Tennessee. Terms, $1 per year 



POSTOFFICE. 



Government Building— Southeast corner 
Pennsylvania and Market streets. 

Postmaster— Edward P. Thompson. 

Assistant Postmaster — David Wallace. 

General Offices- East end of vestibule. 
Office hours from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sun- 
days from 9 to 10 a. m. 

Depot Branch— Clinton V. Lowe, Supt. 



MONET ORDER DEPARTMENT. 

Superintendent— Sheldon G. Woodward. 

Clerks— Charles W. Bytteld, John S. Wright, 
Jesse B. Brown Jr., Wm. E. Davis, Will 
R. Allen. 

Entrance to Money Order Office— East end 
of vestibule, corner of Pennsylvania and 
Market streets. Office hours from 9 a. m. 
to 5 p. m. 

REGISTERED LETTER DEPARTMENT. 

Superintendent— Oscar N. Wilmington. 

Registry Clerk— Lee S. Nicholson. 

Depot Registry Clerks— Wm. J. Butler, 
Charles C. Heckman, James W. Mardick, 
Arthur M. Potts. Depot office open day 
and night. 

MAILING DEPARTMENT. 

Superintendent of Mails— Wm. O. Patterson. 

Assistane Superintendent of Mails— Robert 
B. Mundell. 

Clerks— Charles H. Baughman, John F. 
Brasier, Stephen R. Buck, John E. Clin- 
ton, Wm. Curley, Charles E. Dynes, Wal- 
ton L. Dynes, Walter P. Hanna, John T. 
Hedges, Edgar B. Lamb, George McNutt. 
Caswell H. Madison, Virgil O. Moon, Al- 
lison B. Mundelle, Simpson P. Meyers, 
Robert B. Mundelle, Frank L. Rumford, 
Eugene M. Wilson. 

CITY DELIVERY DEPARTMENT. 

Superintendent— Richad P. Craft. 

Assistnat Superintendent— Edwin C. Weir. 

GENERAL DELIVERY DEPARTMENT. 

Clerk— Joseph H. Howes. This department 
is open for business from 7 a. m. to 7 p. 
m., and on Sundays from 9 to 10 a. m. 
SPECIAL DELIVERY DEPARTMENT. 

Superintendent— Robert A. Taylor. 
STAMP DEPARTMENT. 

Clerk— Wm. W. Welling. 

CLERKS. 

Distributing Departm.ent — John D. Cosgrove, 
George T. Cortleyon. Charles E. Cosier, 
John G. Edmunds. John A. Lane, John H. 
McCloskey, Harry K. Milhouse, Charles 
P. Sample, Joseph E. Tarkington, Raphael 
D. Van Wie. 

Cancelling Department— Charles G. Keiser, 
Omer Loyd, Harry B. Phillips, James M. 
Fades, Wm. H. Furniss. 

Directory Department— Henry L. Canary. 



E. Lackey, Eugene M. Wilson. 
Box Department— Marshall C. Woods. 
Cashier Second-class Mail— Levi S. Hand. 
Finance Clerk- David M. Elliott. 
Night Superintendent— Wm. R. Carson. 

LETTER CARRIERS. 
District No. 1— Ambrose Hamlyn. 
District No. 2— Ellis W. Crane. 
District No. 3— Robert H. McGinnls. 
District No. *-Silas S. Tolin. 
District No. 5— John P. Cochrane. 
District No. 6— Walter N. Leonard. 
District No. 7— James L. aioore. 
District No. 8— Wm. Darby. 
District No. 9— Frank Faris. 
District No. 10— Jefferson D. Porter. 
District No. 11— Stanton T. Jones. 
District No. 12— Andrew J. Wells. 
District No. 13— Wm. R. Williams. 
District No. 14— Alex. H. Arbuckle. 
District No. 15— Jacob Mathias. 
District No. 16— Frank A. Meredith. 
District No. 17— Charles F. Doran. 
District No. 18— Niels Jenson. 
District No. 19— James Barnhill. 
District No. 20— Lawrence J. Newby. 



District No. 21— Jacob C. Brown. 
District No. 22— Frederick Ward. 
District No. 23— Frank C. Rogers. 
District No. 24— Alex. McNutt. 
District No. 25— Edwin R. Ellis. 
District No. 26— George W. Reid. 



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District No. 27-^oe A. Downey. 

District No. 28-CliarIes A. Boyi. 

District No. 29— Jolin J. Turner. 

District No. 30— Clinton W. Parrlsh. 

District No. 31— James Leary. 

District No. 32— Martin W. Healey. 

District No. 33— Wm. W. Hall. 

District No. 34— George W. Sul^ove. 

District No. 35— Wm. C. Weber. 

District No. 36— Benjamin J. Z&ntz. 

District No. 37— Isad.c N. Smock. 

District No. 38- Wm. A. Ballc. 

District No. 39— John Wren. 

District No. 40— John Amos. 

District No. 41— Albert E. Smith. 

District No. 42— James M. Stutsman. 

District No. 43— Gustav Schmedel. 

District No. 44— John N. Hobbs. 

District No. 45— Fred A. Lorenz. 

District No. 4$— Douglass R. Wadsworth. 

District No. 47— Wm. B. Jones. 

District No. 48— Grant Smlthson. 

District No. 49— Wm. J. HulTord. 

District No. 50— Frank L. Stillwell. 

District No. 51— Isaac Doll. 

District No. 62— Albert A. Taylor. 

District No. 53— Albert M. Magley. 

District No. 54— Albert E. Bragdon. 

District No. 55— Wm. Kirschmeier. 

District No. 56— Will S. Mitchell. 

District No. 57— Aaron Stern. 

District No. 58— Samuel M. Wallace. 

District No. 69— Wm. P. Marlatt. 

District No. 60— Wm. S. Warner. 

District No. 61— Abraham L. Tumham. 

District No. 62— Richard O. Shlmer. 

District No. 63— Joseph M. Taylor. 

District No. 64— James E. Cantlon. 

District No. 65— Matthew A. Lockwood. 

Substitute Carriers — Lewis W. Parrlsh, 
Charles W. Ensey, Charles Burris, George 
Worthington. Charles W. Kuetemeler, 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS, HALLS, ETC. 

Abbett's Building— 31 to 35 Virginia av. 

Aetna Building— 19% N. Penn. 

Alpha Home— Hillside av. 

Altman's Hall— 618 S. Meridian. 

Association Hall— Y. M. C. A. Bldg., 29 N. 
Illinois St. 

Athon Block— n e cor Tennessee and New 
York. 

Bacon Block— 122 Ft. Wayne av. 

Baldwin Block— s w cor Market and Dela- 
ware sts. 

Bank of Commerce Building- Cor Washing- 
ton and Virginia av. 

Bates House Block— n w cor Washington 
and Illinois sts. 

Beck Block— 263 Massachusetts av. 

Bellefontaine Hall— Cor Mass av and Belle- 
fontaine. 

Black's Block— 51 to 57 Russell av. 

Blake Block— s w cor Washington st and 
Kentucky av. 

Blackford Block— s e cor Meridian and 
Washington sts. 

Blind Asylum— North side North, bet Me- 
ridian and Pennsylvania sts. 

Board of Trade— s e cor Maryland and Ten- 
nessee sts. 

Bonanza Block— Cor Washington and West. 

Boston Block— 34% N. Delaware st. 

Boyd's Block— 193 S. Illinois st. 

Braden Block— 77 S. Illinois. 

Bradshaw and Ayres Block— 33 to 37 W. 
Washington st. 

Brandon Block— s w cor Delaware and 
Washington st.-". 

Bretz Block— s w cor Illinois and Georgia. 

Brightwood Association Hall— Brlghtwood. 

Bristor Block— 559 to 567 Virginia av. 

Brown's Building- n w cor Pennsylvania 
and Washington sts. 

Burford Building— 23-25 Pearl, bet Meridian 
and Illinois sts. 

Burns Hall— 336 Indiana av. 



Buschmann Block— Cor Ft. Wayne av and 

St. Mary St. 
Butler University— Irvlngton. 
Caffee Block— Cor Pendleton and CiifCord 



Catterson Block— 22 to 30 Kentucky : 



Chamber of Commerce— s e cor Maryland 

and Tennessee sts. 
Chatara Place Block— Cor. Mass. and Park 

avs. 
City Dispensary— 34 E. Ohio st. 
City Hospital — n w cor Locke and Margaret 
Claypool Block— n e cor Illinois and Wash- 
ington sts. 
Cleaveland Block— s w cor Tennessee and 

Kentucky av. 
CofBn Block— 90 and 92 E. Market st. 
Coffman Block— n w cor Washington and 

Delaware sts. 
Columbia Block— 259 W. Washington. 
Columbia Hall— 367 S. Delaware st. 
Commercial Block— n w cor Washington st 

and Kentucky av. 
Commercial Club Building— 26 S. Meridian. 
Condit Block— n e cor Meridian and Pearl. 
Conduitt Block— 136 S. Meridian st. 
Cook's Hall— 116 Hadlev av (W I). 
Cordova The— 25 W. Washington st. 
Corinthian Hall— n w cor Central av and 

St. Mary st. 
Council Chamber— Court House. 
County Infirmary— Indiana av four miles n 

w of city. 
Court House— North side Washington, e of 

Delaware st. 
Cyclorama Building- North side Market, 

bet Illinois and Tennessee sts. 
Danforth Block— South side Washington, w 

of Mississippi st. 
Deaf and Dumb Insitute— n e cor Washing- 
ton st and State av. 
Druids' Hall— Boston Block. 
East End Block— n w cor Washington and 

East sts. 
East Market House— North side Market 

east of Delaware st. 
Eastman, Schleicher & Lee Building— 7-J 

E Washington. 
Eden Place— 115 E. Michigan. 
Elks Hall— 112 N. Meridian. 
Elliott Block— 18-24 W Maryland St. 
Emerald Hall— 284 S West st. 
Empire Block— n e cor Alabama st and 

Mass av. 
Empire Theater— n w cor Wabash and Dela^ 

ware sts. 



English's Hall- 
sts. 



Circle and Meridian 



English's Opera House— West side Circle 
between Market and Meridian sts. 

Ev-irltt Building— 121 W Washington St. 

Exchange Block— 82 N Penn st. 

Fair Block— Jackson pi. 

Female Reformatory— s e cor Michigan and 
Randolph sts. 

Fletcher Band Building— 30-34 E Washing- 
ton St. 

Frank Block— s w cor California st and 
Indiana av. 

Franklin Fire Insurance Co's Building— 
s e cor Circle and Market sts. 

Franklin Life Insurance Building— s w cor 
Illinois st and Kentucky av. 

Prater Hall— When Block. 

Gallop's Block— s e cor Market and Ten- 
nessee sts. 

Gem Block— 37 Indiana av. 

Geological Museum— 126 State House. 

German Mutual Insurance Block— 27 to 33 3 
Delaware st. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS, HALLS, ETC. 



Giezendanner Block— n e cor Vermont and 

Mississippi sts. 

Gramling Block— South side Washington, 
■west of Pennsylvania st. 

Grand Opera House and Block— «9 N Penn- 
sylvania St. 

Griffith Block— North side of Washington, 
east of Illinois st. 

Hahn's Building— 17 and 19 E Washington 

St. 

Halcyon Block— n w cor Delaware and New 
York sts. 

Hall Block— 240 B Washington st. 

Hammond Block— s e cor Massachusetts av 
and New York st. 

Hartford Block— 84 E Market. 

Harugari Saenger Hall— 27 S Delaware st. 

Haueisen Block— 27 W Pearl. 

Haughville Reading Room— Germania av, 
near Michigan st (H). 

Healey Hall— s e cor McCarty and Maple. 

High School Building No. 1— n e cor Mich- 
igan and Pennsylvania sts. 

High School Building No. 2— s e cor Vir- 
ginia av and Huron st. 

Home for Friendless Women— cor N Ten- 
nessee and 9th. 

Hord Block— 18 Indiana av. 

House of the Good Shepherd— South side 



Hollywood Block— 88 S Illinois st. 

Holt Block— 71 to 73 N Illinois st. 

Hubbard Block— s w cor Washington and 
Meridian sts. 

Hutchings Block— n w cor Ohio and Penn- 
sylvania sts. 

Indie napolis Light Artillery Armory- n w 
cor Mississippi and 7th. 

I. O. O. F. Building— n e cor Washington 
and Pennsylvania. 

I. O. O. F. HaIls^B2V. Virginia av and s w 
cor Central and Railroad (I). 

Ingalls Block— s w cor Washington and 
Penn sts. 

Insane Asylum— Washington st, 2 miles west 
of city. 

Insurance Block— n e cor Penn and Market. 

Iron Block— south side Washington st, w of 
Meridian st. 

Johnson Block— n w cor Washington and 
East. 

Journal Building— n e cor Circle and Mar- 
ket sts. 

Judah Block— South side Washington st, e 
of Delaware st. 

Katherine Home— n e cor Tennessee and 9th 

Kealing Block— n e cor Washington and 
Cruse sts. 

Reeling's Building— cor Maryland st and 
Virginia av. 

Keller's Block— cor East and Cobum. 

Kerr's Block— Washington st, between Mis- 
sissippi and Missouri sts. 

Kessler Block— n w cor Mass av and St 
Clair St. 

Kingan Block- 358 W Maryland st. 

Knights of Labor Hall— 115'*. E Washington. 

Knights of Pythias Hall— Journal Building. 

Knodel's Hall- 113 E Washin.ffton st. 

Koerner Block— n w cor Delaware and 
Kcerner. 

Kregelo Block— 52 Indiana av. 

Lake Erie & Western Railroad Go's Build- 
ing— s w cor Washington and Noble. 

Library Building— s w cor Meridian and 
Ohio sts. 

Lillian Hall— 359% Virginia av. 

Llntner Block— 184 Indiana av. 

Littler's Hall— s e cor Washington st and 
Eastern av. 

Lombard Building— 24 E Washington St. 

Lorraine Building— s w cor Washington and 
Tennessee sts. 

Ludwig Block— 162 E Washington st. 

Lyra Hall— 86 W Washington st. 

McDonald & Butler Block— 18 N Penn st. 

McDougall Block— 62 S Illinois st. 

McGinnis Block— 280 E Washington st. 

M. B. of N. A. Hall-92% E Wa.shington. 



Macy Block— South side Market, between 
Illinois and Circle sts. 

Maennerchoir Hall— 181 E Washington st. 

Mansur Block— n e cor Alabama and Wash- 
ington sts. 

Mansur Block- n e cor Illinois and Mar- 
ket sts. 

Mansur Block— (See Exchange Block.) 

Marion Block— n w cor Ohio and Meridian. 

Marlon County Jail— n w cor Alabama and 
Maryland sts. 

Marlowe The— 27 Indiana av. 

Marmont Hall— s w cor Georgia and Illinois 

Masonic Hall— East side Tennessee st, s of 
Washington. 

Masonic Temple— s e cor Washington and 
Tennessee sts. 

Massachusetts Avenue Depot — North end 
Massachusetts av. 

Maus Block— 168 K Washington. 

Mayhew Block— 27 and 29 Circle st. 

Meikel Block— 12 W Washington st. 

Meridian Building— U4 N Meridian. 

Miller's Block— n w cor Illinois and Market. 
sts. 

Mohs Block— s 



sts. 



Shelby and Prospect 

Monument Place — Crossing Meridian and 

Market. 
Moody Block— 116 W New York. 
Moore Block— s w cor Maryland and Penn. 
Moore Block, No. 2— Cor Mass av and St 

Clair St. 
Morgan Block— 163 Mass av. 
Mozart Hall— 37 S Delaware st. 
NaUonal Hall— 502 B Wash ngton at 
New Block— 84 and 86 N Ilhnois St. 
New-Denison House Block— s e cor Ohio 

and Penn sts. 
Oakland Fiats— 239-249 N Delaware. 
Occidental Hail^SS Virginia av. 
Old Library Building— s w cor Penn and 

Ohio. 
Old Sentinel Building— s w cor Circle and 

Meridian sts. 
O I H Building— 30 Circle st. 
Park Theater— n e cor Washington and 

Tennessee sts. 
Parnell Hall— 73 W McCarty. 
Pfafliin Block— Cor Mississippi st and Indl- 

I'hoenix Block— n w cor Market and Dela- 
ware sts. 

Phoenix Hall— 590 S Meridian St. 

Pierce Block— 71 Mass av. 

Plaza— 18 Monument Place. 

Plymouth Building- s e cor New York and 
Meridian sts. 

Poole's Hall— n e cor Illinois and 22d sts. 

Post Hall (G. A. R.)— 30% N Delaware st. 

Postoffice Building— s e cor Market and 
Penn sts. 

Press Building— s e cor Circle and Meridian 
sts. 

Propylaeum Building— 25 E North. 

Ransdell Block— 257 Mass av. 

Reaume Block — Maryland bet Tennessea 
and Mississippi. 

Reichwein's Hall— s w cor Market and No- 
ble sts. 

Rhodius Block— 33-37 N Tennessee. 

Riley Block— n e cor California and 'Wash- 

Ripley Block— 155 Indiana av. 

Ross Block— s w cor Circle and Market sts. 

Rowley Block— 37 Kentucky av. 

Ryan Block— n w cor Tennessee and Indi- 
ana av. 

St. Aloysius Library Hall— n e cor Tennes- 
see and Georgia sts. 

St. Joseph's Hall— s w cor North and Cin- 



St. Mary's Hall— 82 S Delaware St. 

St. Patrick's Hall— Dougherty SL w of Vir 

ginia av. 
Scholl Block— 31 Indiana av. 
Scott Block— s e cor Phipps and Meridian. 
Scottish Rite Building— 27 S Penn. 
Sentinel BuUdlng-21-23 N Illinois. 



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87 



Sentinel PrinUng Co Bulldlng-75-79 W Mar- 
ket. 

Shea Hall— Cor Belmont and Lambert (W I). 

Shiel's Block— Cor Indiana av and Illinois. 

Sixth Street Station— North side 6th e of 
Tennessee st. 

Smith Block— 27y2 Virginia av. 

Smith's Block— s e cor Delaware and Ohio. 

Snow Block— 17 Virginia av. 

Social Turnverein Building— Michigan e of 
New Jersey. 

South Meridian Hall— Cor S Meridian and 
Kansas sts. 

Spade's Place— 231 Massachusetts av. 

Staley's Block— n w cor Virginia av and 
McCarty. 

State Fair Grounds — 4 miles northeast of 
city. 

State House— West side Tennessee bet 
Washington and Ohio sts. 

State Museum— Dept Geology and Natural 
History, 126 State House. 

Btechhan Block — n w cor Alabama and 
Pearl. 

Sterling Block— Cor Louisiana st and Vir- 
ginia av. 

Stewart Block— s w cor 7th and Illinois sts. 

Stewart Place — s e cor Illinois and Ohio sts. 

Stockyards— Belt Railroad crossing I. & V. 

Btui-m ' Place— E Michigan st bet Arsenal 
and State avs. 

Surgical Institute Building— n w cor Ohio 
and Tennessee. 

Talbott Block— n w cor Market and Penn. 

Talbott & New's Block— East side Penn, s 
of Market st. 

Telephone Building— s w cor Illinois and 
Ohio. 

Thompson's Block— s w cor Ohio and Illi- 
nois sts. 

Thorpe Block— 83 to 91 B Market St. 

Tomlinson Block— n w cor Ohio st and In- 
diana av. 

Tomlinson Hall— n e cor Market and Dela- 
ware sts. 

Trade Block— 15 McCrea. 

Turn Halle— n e cor Illinois and Ohio sts. 

Union Building— 63 to 73 W Maryland St. 

Union Carpenters' Hall— 25'/= S Meridian. 

Union Hall— 139 E Washington st. 

Union Station— Cor Illinois st and Jackson 
PI. 

U. S. Arsenal— North end of Arsenal a^ 

Vajen's Exchange Block— 66 N Penn st 

Vance Block— s e cor Washington st and 
Virginia av. 

Van Vorhis Block— 233 to 239 Mass av. 

Vinton Block— s w cor Market and Penn. 

Voss Block— Cor 1st and Illinois sts. 

Wachstetter's Hall— 199 S Tennessee st. 

Wallace Block— 50 S Delaware st. 

Wallace Block— s e cor Mass av and New 
York. 

Water Works Building— East bank White 
river, s of Washington st. 

Wesley Block— Indiana av, bet lUionis and 
Tennessee sts. 

Wheatley Block— n e cor New Jersey and 
Ohio sts. 

When Block— West side of Penn. s of Mar- 
ket ! 



ket sts. 

Workhouse— South side 12th st, bet High- 
land pi and Michigan rd. 

Wright's Market St Block— 66 E. Market St. 

Wright's Penn St Block— (See Exchange 
Block). 

Wright's Power Hall— 113 S. Tennessee. 

Wyandot Block— n e cor Ohio st and Mass 
av. 

Yandes & Malott Bl_ock— East side Illinois, 
bet Georgia and Louisiana sts. 

Y. M. C. A. Building— 29 N. Iliinoi 



PUBLIC PARKS. 

Armstrong Park (N I). 

Blind Asylum Park— North of Blind Asy- 
lum. 

Fairview Park— Seven miles n of city on 
the canal. 

Garfield Park— South end of East st. 

Irvington Park (I). 

Military Park- South side of New York, 
bet Blackford and West sts. 

Monument Place— Crossing Meridian and 
Market sts. 

University Square— West side Pennsylvania, 
bet New York and Vermont sts. 

West Indianapolis Park— Bet Birch and 
Marion avs (W I). 

Woodruff Place— East of United States Ar- 
senal, bet Clifford av and Michigan st. 

Y. M. C. A. Athletic Park— Corner Ohio and 
Hanna. 



RAILRO.IDS. 

Belt Railroad and Stock Yards Company— 
W. P. Ijams, Pres. ; Horace Scott, Vice- 
Pres.; R. S. McKee, Sec; H. D. Lane, 
Auditor. Office Union Stock Yards (W I). 

Pittsburg, Cincinnati. Chicago & St. Louis 
Railway Company— Indianapolis to Colum- 
bus. Ohio, ISS miles. General offices, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.; George B. Roberts, Pres., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; E. A. Ford, Genl Pas- 
senger and Ticket Agt, Pittsburg, Pa.; 
John F. Miller, Genl Supt, Columbus, O. ; 
F. G. Darlington, Supt, Indianapolis. In- 
dianapolis offices. Union Station. Oron 
Perry, Local Freight Agt.; S. F. Gray, 
Genl Western Freight Agt.; W. F. Brun- 
ner. Dist. Pass. Agt.; George Rech, City 
Ticket Agt. Office, n e cor Illinois and 
Washington sts. 

Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railroad 
-From Indianapolis to Cincinnati, 123 
miles; Cincinnati to Toledo, 202 miles. M. 

D. Woodford, Pres. and Genl. Mngr. Gen- 
eral offices, Cincinnati, O. Eugene Zim- 
merman, Vice-Pres. Indianapolis offices, 
corner Virginia av and Georgia st. H. G. 
Stiles, Genl. Agt. Freight Department. 
Passenger Department, Kentucky av and 
Illinois St. ^ , 

CleveLand, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis 
Railway (Big Four)— Total number of 
miles operated, 2,290. General offices, Cin- 
cinnati, O. M. E. Ingalls, Pres,; D. B. 
Martin Genl. Passenger Agt.; J. Q. Van 
Winkle, Genl. Supt.; Ford Woods, GenL 
Freight Agt P. & E. Ry. ; George W. Ben- 
net, Supt. Chicago Division; J. A. Bar- 
nard. Genl. Mngr. P. & E. Division; J. W. 
Riley, Supt. P. & E. Division; Henry S. 
Frazer. Genl. Freight Agt.; W. A. Sulli- 
van, Freight Agt.; H. M. Bronson, Asst. 
Genl. Pass. Agt., 1 E. Washington street. 
Indianapolis. 

Cincinnati, Wabash & Michigan Railway— 
For general offices see Cleveland, Cincin- 
nati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway. 

Indianapolis. Decatur & Western Railway — 
From Indianapolis to Decatur, 153 miles. 
R. B. F. Peirce and B. A. Sands, Trus- 
tees ; R. B. F. Peirce, Genl. Mngr. ; George 
H. Graves, Supt.; J. S. Lazarus, Genl. 
Freight and Passenger Agt. ; John Mc- 
Kenna, Master Mechanic; A. P. Lewis, 
Auditor; C. B. McVay, Cashr. and Pur- 
chasing Agt. General offices Condit Block, 
17 S. Meridian st. 

Indianapolis Union Railway Co. Les- 
sees Belt Railroad— James McCrea, Pres.; 

E. F. Osborn. Vice-Pres.; W. N. Jackson, 
Sec; W. T. Cannon, Treas. and Purclias- 



Indianapolis and Vincennes Railroad— In- 
dianapolis to Vincennes, 116 miles. (Op- 
erated bv the Pennsylvania Company.) 
General offices, Pittsburg, Pa. Indianapo- 
lis offices. Union Station, M. W. Mans- 
field, Supt.; S. F. Gray, Division Freight 



KAILKOADS SCHOOLS. 



Agt.; Oran Perrj-, Local Freight Agt; W. 
F. Brunner, Dist. Pass. Agt.. northeast 
corner Illinois and Washington streets. 

Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. 
Louis Railway Co. (Louisville Division)— 
Indianapolis to Louisville, Ky., 110 miles. 
General offices, Pittsburgh, Pa. James 
McCrea, Manager, H. I. Miller, Supt., 
Louisville, Ky.; E. A. Ford, General Pas- 
senger and Ticket Agt., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Indianapolis offices. Union Station. Oran 
Perry, Local Freight Agt.; W. P. Brun- 
ner, District Passenger Agt., northeast 
corner Illinois and Washington streets 

Lake Erie & Western Railway Co.— Gen- 
eral office. New York City and corner 
Washington and Noble, Indianapolis, 
Ind.— From Sandusky, Ohio, to Peoria, 
III., 420 miles; from Indianapolis to Mich- 
igan City, Ind., 162 miles; from Fort 
Wayne to Connersville, Ind., 109 miles; 
from New Castle to Rushville, Ind., 24 
miles from St. Marys to Minster 10 miles- 
^?r'^L,™. ™"«3- General offices, corner 
Washington and Noble streets, Indianap- 
olis, Ind C. S. Brice, Pres., New York; 
L. M. Schwan, Vice-Pres., New York- 
George L. Bradbury, General Manager, 
i'l^'l"'^P°"/' Ind.;H. C. Parker, Gen! 
Traffic Manager, Indianapolis, Ind.; 
^nvlP A^V ^^''i. *^<'"'' Passenger and 
Ticket Agt., Indianapolis, Ind.: S B 
Sweet, Ass't General Freight Agt., In- 
dianapolis, Ind.; A. G. Young, Asst. Gen'l 
Freight Agt F. W.. C. & L. R. R., In- 
dianapolis Ind. ; D. S. Hill, Gen'l Supt., 
Indianapolis, Ind. ; George T. Jarvls, Asst. 
Gen 1 Supt., Indianapolis, Ind.; T. H Per- 
ry. Chief Engineer and Purchasing Agt., 
J-I^'m"*^?]'^' ^""^V ^- E. Haklrdorn 
Genl Atttorney, Indianapolis, Ind.; John 
h; T°r,'?'""'?' -^sst Attorney. Indianapo- 
lis Ind.; A. D. Thomas, Asst. Treas., 
Indianapolis, Ind.; W. A. Wlldhack, Aud- 
itor, Indianapolis, Ind.; E. N. Hicks 
Trav^ Pass. Agt., Indianapolis, Ind.; T 
,?i'.„?S^r'"' ?''f^^X'^^ Freight Agt., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. City ticket office, 46 S 
Illinois. Local freight office, 51 S Ala- 
bama street. 

Louisville, New Albany and Chicago Rail- 
way (Mon9n Route)-From Indianapolis, 
Ind., to Chicago, 111., 183 miles; from Indi- 
anapolis Ind.. to, Michigan City, Ind., 134 

■ ™'les- ...from Michigan City, Ind., to 
Louisville, Ky., 294 miles; Branch from 
Orleans to French Lick Springs. 18 
mi es; from Bedford to Switz City, 41 
miles^ Samuel Thomas, pres.. New York; 
W. H. McDoel, General Manager, Chica- 
f°= ^rank J. Reed, General Passenger 
As-ent. Chif-ago: E. C. Field, General So- 
licitor, Indianapolis, Ind.; A. J. O'Relllv 
Commercial Agent, Indianapolis, Ind.i 
Isaac D. Baldwin, District Passenger 
S-^^1'' J,7''''?"^P°''^- Ind. Local office, 26 
South Illinois street. 

Ohio, Indiana and Western Railway— 
(Peoria Division Big 4), J. A. Barnard. 
General Manaeer- Cleveland, Cincinnati 
and St. Louis Ry. From Peoria, III., to 
Springfield. Ohio, 350 miles (see Big 4 
general offices). '= s t 

Terre Haute and Indianapolis Railroad- 
Indianapolis to St. Louis, Mo., 240 miles. 
General offices, Terre Haute, Ind. W. R 
McKeen, Pres. ; John G. Williams, Vice 
Pres. and General Manager, Terre Haute, 
Ind.; George E. Farrington, General 
Agent and Secretary; J. W. Cruft, Treas- 
urer, Terre Haute, Ind. E. A. Ford, 
General Ticket and Passenger Agent, J. 
M. Cresbrough, Assistant General Ticket 
and Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo. W. 
F. Brunner, District Passenger Agent. 
George E. Rockwell. City Passenger 
Agent. A. D. Pendleton, Commercial 
Agent. Indianapolis Offices, northeast 
corner Illinois and Washington streets. 

Vandalia Line. (See Terre Haute and In- 
dianapolis R. R.) 



SCHOOLS. 

MISCELLANEOUS SCHOOLS. 
Boys" Classical School, 783 N. Delawarot 
L. H. Baugher, Principal. 

Butler University, Irvington, Ind. Scott 
Butler, President Simeon Frazier, sec 
of Board. 

College of Commerce. Journal Bldg. 

Convent of the Good Shepherd, s s Ray- 
mond w of Meridian. 

Convent of the Sisters of St. Joseph, cor 
Palmer and Meridian. 

East, Stephen H., Thorpe Blk. 

Ferry, Annie E. Mrs, 58-59 Ingalls Block. 

German Evangelical Lutheran School— East 
side New Jersey near Merrill street. 

German Lutheran Mission School- Corner 
Jefferson and Orange avs. 

German Lutheran School— 481 E Market 

Girls' Classical School. 426 N Penn. Theo- 
dore L. and May Wright Sewall, Princi- 
pals. 

Hungarian Jewish School, 350 S Meridian. 
Samuel Federman, Principal. 

Independent Turn Verein of Indianapolis- 
Corner Illinois and Ohio. 

Indiana Boston School of Elocution and 
Expression of Indianapolis— Established 
1879. Mrs. Harriet Augusta Prunk, Prin., 
368 \V New York street 

Indiana School of Art— N W Cor Circle and 
Market— Established 1889. C. H. Lieber, 
Sec. 

Indianapolis Business University— When 
Block. Established 1850. Re-organized 
1885. Emmett J. Heeb, President. 

Indianapolis School of Music— Corner Circle 
and Market. Clarence Forsythe, Director. 

Indianapolis Stenographic Institute, 4< 
Lorraine Bldg. D. W. Harter, Mngr. 

Industrial School for Colored— 9th Presby- 
terian Church. Mrs. Luella Coleman. 

Kindergarten Mrs. J. H. Baldwin— 385 N. 
Meridian. 

Johnston's Telegraph School— J. D. John- 
ston, PrIn. ; IVz E. Washington. 

Kindergarten Normal School— 321 Pearl. 

Kindergarten No. 1—321 W Pearl. 

Kindergarten No. 2—100 Yandes. 

Kindergarten No. 3— Margaret opp Citj- 
Hospital. 

Kindergarten No. 4 — Cor Morris and 
Church. 

Kindergarten No. 5—1342 E Market. 

Kindergarten No. 6— cor Catherine and Mis- 
souri. 

National Business College— L. A. Duthie, 
propr, n e cor Washington and Meridian. 

Nurses' Training School— 735 N Meridian; 
Mrs. J. R. Stewart, Pres. 

St. Agnes Academy— cor Meridian and 5th; 
in charge Sisters of Providence. 

St. Ann's School (colored)— s w cor Pratt 
and Fayette. In charge of the Sisters of 
St. Francis. 

St. Augustine School— 167 S Tennessee. In 
charge of the Sisters of Providence. 

St Bridget's School— n e cor West and St 
Clair sts. In charge of the Sisters of St 
Francis. 

St. John's Ac.-i.demy and Boarding School 
for Girls— South side Maryland st, e of 
Tennessee st. In charge of the Sisters of 
Providence. 

St. John's School for Boys— 74 W Georgia 
St. In charge of the Brothers of the Sa- 
cred Heart 

St. Joseph's Academy— 284 N Noble. In 
charge of the Sisters of Providence. 

St. Joseph's Home and Industrial School— 
397 S Alabama. In charge of Sisters of 
Providence. 

St. Joseph's Institute — cor Coburn and Short 
sts. In charge of the Brothers of the Sa- 
cred Heart. 

St. Mary's School (for boys)— Rear 75 E 
Maryland st. A. H. Mueller, Prin. 

St Mary's Academy and School (for girls)— 
South side Maryland st west of Delaware 



SCHOOLS SECRET AND BENEVOLENT ORGANIZATIONS. 



St. In charge of the Sisters of St. Fran- 
cis. 

St. Mary's Hall (school for girls)— Rev. 
George E. Swan, Prin. ; s e cor Central av 
and 7th. 

St. Patrick's School (for boys)— North side 
Dougherty st, w of Virginia av. In charge 
of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart. 

St. Patriclt's Academy (for girls)— South 
side Dougherty st, w of Short. In charge 
of the Sisters of Providence. 

Sacred Heart School (for girls)— cor Me- 
ridian and Palmer sts. Mother Lidwina, 

Sacred Heart School (for boys)— cor Union 
and Palmer sts. 

Select Kindergarten— 19 W St Joseph st. 

Select Kindergarten— cor Third and Tennes- 
see sts. 

Select Kindergarten— 435 Ash. 

Select Kindergarten— 427 N Penn St. 

Select Kindergarten C7th Presbyterian 
Church)— Elm, near Cedar St. 

Select School— 107 N Illinois St. 

Sisters of the Good Shepherd— South side 
Raymond, near city limits. 

Spencerian Business College— 114 B Wash- 
ington. 

Taylor A & Co (shorthand)— 51 and 52 Vance 
Block. 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Superintendent of Schools— Lewis H. Jones, 
Library Building. 

Clerk of Superintendent— Georgie Alexander, 
Library Building. Office hours of Super- 
intendent, trcm 4:30 to 5;30 p. m. each 
week day except Wednesday. Office hours 
of Clerk, from 8:30 to 6 p. m. 

Superintendent of Primary Instruction— Miss 
N. Cropsey. Office hours, 4;30 to 5 p. m. 
Monday. Library Building. 

Special Teachers— Jesse H. Brown, Teacher 
of Drawing; O. Spehr, Teacher of Ger- 
man; Henry M. Butler, Teacher of Music; 
.1. H. Woodruff, Teacher of Penmanship; 
Herman Osterheldt and Adolph Mois, 
Teachers of Physical Culture; F. L. Em- 
ory, Manual Training. Office of Special 
Teachers in Library Building. 

Normal School— In High School Building 
No. 1. Mary E. Nicholson, Principal. 
HIGH SCHOOL NO. 1. 

Corner Pennsylvania and Michigan streets. 
George W. Hufford, Principal. 

German Annex High School No. 1. Anna 
Courtney, Principal. 



Charles E. Emmerich, Principal. 
PRIMARY AND GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 
No. 1— Corner New Jersey and Vermont 

streets. Mary B. Knowlton, Principal. 
No. 2— Corner Delaware and Walnut streets. 

Margaret Hamilton, Principal. 
No. 3— Meridian between Ohio and New 

York streets. W. H. Elson, Principal. 
No. 4— Corner Michigan and Blackford 

streets. M. Selma Ingersoll, Principal. 
No. 5— Corner Washington and California 

streets. Sarah McParland, Principal. 
No. 6— Corner Union and Phipps streets. 

Mary Colgan, Principal. 
No. 7— Corner Bates and Benton streets. 

Nelson Yoke, Principal. 
No. 8— Oak Hill, northeast of Atlas Works. 

Mary A. Hancock, Principal. 
No. 9— Corner Vermont and Davidson 

streets. Henrietta Schrake, Principal. 
No. 10— Corner Ash street and Home av. 

Henrietta Colgan, Principal. 
No. 11— Corner Fourth and Tennessee 

streets. Clara Washburn, Principal. 
No. 12— Corner West and McCarty streets. 

Mary H. Ingersoll, Principal. 
No. 13— Corner Buchanan and Beaty streets. 

Emma Donnan, Principal. 
No. 14-South side Ohio street, east of High- 
land av. Ruama W. Wales, Principal. 



No. 15— Comer Michigan and Keystone av. 

Henrietta Steele, Principal. 
No. 16— Corner Bloomington and Springfield 



ton streets. Lavhvia McFarland, Prinpi- 

No. is— Yandes, between Home and Lincoln 
avs. Victoria A. Willson, Principal. 

No. 19— Shelby, south of Prospect. Anna 
Stratford, Principal. 

No. 20— Spruce, south of Prospect. Frances 
M. Brunton, Principal. 

No. 21— Michigan av southeast of Institute 
for Deaf and Dumb. Helen R. Lang, 
Principal. 

No. 22— Corner Chestnut and Hill streets. 
Ada Duzan, Principal. 

No. 23— Corner Fourth and Howard streets. 
Marv E. Willson, Principal. 

No. 24— Corner North and Minerva streets. 
John T. Smith, Principal. 

No. 25— Corner New Jersey and Merrill 
streets. Mary A. McKeever, Principal. 

No. 26— Beeler, between Lincoln av and Sev- 
enth street. Laura T. Benson, Principal. 

No. 27— Corner Park av and Eighth street. 
Margaret V. Marshall, Principal. 

No. 28— Fletcher av, between Dillon and Ce- 
dar streets. Etta L. Wheeler, Principal. 

No. 29— Corner College av and Eleventh 
street. Jane W. Bass, Principal. 

No. 30— Elder av. Martha Allgire, Princi- 

No. 31— Lincoln la. Helen Hickey, Princi- 

No. 32— Comer Twelfth and Illinois streets. 

Sadie L. Kirlin, Principal. 
No. 33— Corner Sterling and Stoughton av. 

Kate Robson, Principal. 
No. 34— Shelby, south of Belt R. R. E. S. 

Skillen, Principal. 
No. 35— Madison Road, south of Belt R. R. 

Flora Harvey, Principal. 
No. 36— Corner Tennessee and Twentieth 

streets. Lizzie Meskill, Principal. 



MASONIC. 

A. and A. Scottish Rite— Meets in Scottish 
Rite building, 29 to 35 South Penn. street. 

Indiana Sovereign Consistory— P. G. C. 
Hunt, Commander-in-chief; Joseph W. 
Smith, Grand Sec. 

Ancient Landmarks Lodge No. 319. F. and 
A. M.— Meets first Monday in each month 
in Masonic Temple. William H. Meir, W. 
M.; Willis R. Miner, Sec. 

Capital City Lodge No .312— Meets first Tues- 
day of each month in Claypool block. 
William W. Thicksten, W. M.; Thomas 
Oddy, Sec. 

Center Lodge No. 23.— Meets first Monday in 
each month, in Claypool block. Will E. En- 
glish, W. M.; Albert Izor, Sec. 

Grand Commandery K. T.— Meets third 
Wednesday of April in Masonic Temple. 

Grand Lodge— Meets annually first Tuesday 
after the fourth Monday in May; hall 
southeast corner Washington and TennesJ- 
see streets. Wm. H. Smythe, Grand Sec. 

Indianapolis Chapter No. 5.— Meets first Fri- 
day of each month, in Claypool block. 
Henry Rebesberger, H. P. ; Hugh J. Drum- 
mond, Sec. 

Indianapolis Council No. 2— Meets in Ma- 
sonic Temple. Herman Weinberger, I. M.; 
Hugh J. Drummond, Recorder. 

Keystone Chapter No. 6— Meets third Tues- 
day of each month in Masonic Temple. 
A. R. White, H. P.; J. W. Smith, Sec. 

Logan Lodge No. 575— Meets first Mondiy 
of each month In Odd Fellows' Hall, Vir- 
ginia av. C. C. Ritter, W. M.; Hans J. 
Jacobsen, Sec. 

Marior Lodge No. 35— Meets third Wednes- 
day of each month in Masonic Temple. 



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SECRET AND BENEVOLENT ORGANIZATIONS. 



Wm. R. Evans, W. M.; H. J. Drummond, 
Sec. 
Murat Temple. A. A. O. N. M. S.-Meets on 
Friday evenings. John T. Brush, Poten- 
tate; Joseph W. Smith. Recorder. 
Mystic Tie Lodge No. 398— Meets second 
Monday of each month, In Masonic Tem- 
ple. Wilbur F. Browder, W. M. ; Willis 
D. Engle, Sec. 
Oriental Lodge No. 500— Meets comer Cen- 
tral avenue and St. Mary street. Charles 
A. Nicoli, W. M. ; Howard Kimball, Sec. 
Pentalpha Lodge No. 564— Charles L. Hutch- 
inson, W. M.; Wm. H. Smythe, Sec. Meets 
first Thursday o£ each month, in Masonic 
Temple. 
Raper Commandery No. 1— Meets second 
Tuesday in each month, in Masonic Tem- 
ple. Vestal W. Woodward, Eminent Com- 
mander: Horace Tarrott, Treas. ; Jacob 
W. Smith, Recorder. 

O. E. S. 
Queen Esther Chapter No. :?— Nathalie Con- 
nelly. W. M.; E. Nettie Ransford, Sec.; 
Masonic Temple. ^ ,, , ^ 

Naomi Chapter No. 131— Anna L. Hoagland 
W. M.; Kate Daugherty, Sec. Logan 
LiOdge Room, Virginia av. 

MASONIC (COLORED). 
Alpha Chapter No. 13— Meets I6614 E Wash- 
ington street first Tuesday of the month. 
' A. T. Bradley, H. P.; Henry Moore, Sec. 
Gethsemane Commandery No. 9— Meets at 
166% E. Washington street the second 
Tuesday of the month. G. F. Brooks, E. 
C. ; Henry Moore, Sec. 
Leah Eastern Star Court No. 11— Meets at 
166% E. Washington street. Sarah H. 
Thompson, S. M. ; Mrs. Lewis, Sec. 
Central Lodge No. 1 — Meets at 166% E. 
Washington St., first and third Thursdays 
of the month. 
Trinity Lodge No. 18 — Meets at 166% E. 
Washington St., first Wednesday of the 
month. Joseph Price, W. M.; N. M. Hill, 

Union Chapter O. E. S.— Mrs. Isaac John- 
son, Sec. Meets at 166% E. Washington st. 

Waterford Lodge No. 13— Meets at 166% E. 
Washington St., second Wednesday o£ the 
month. David Crawford, Sec. 
ODD FELLOWS. 

Grand Lodge— Semi-Annual Communication 
meets Wednesday following the third 
Tuesday in May. Annual Communication 
meets Wednesday following the third 
Tuesday in November. W. H. Talbott, 
Orleans, Grand Master; M. A. Chipman, 
Anderson, Deputy Grand Master; C. F. 



Meets every 



second and fourUl 



Northern, Greensburg, Grand Warden 
F. Foster, Grand Secretary; James A. 
Wildman, Grand Treasurer. Odd Fellow's 
Hall. . ^ 

Grand Encampment— Annual Communica- 
tion meets the third Tuesday in Novem- 
ber George Shirts, Noblesville, Grand 
Patriarch; J. S. Byers, New Castle, Grand 
High Priest: J. M. Lang, Sullivan, Grand 
Senior Warden: J. E. Bodine, Indianapo- 
lis, Grand Junior Warden; B. F. Foster, 
Indianapolis, Grand Scribe; John Reynolds, 
Indianapolis, Grand Treasurer. 
Metropolitan Encampment No. 5— Meets 
first and third Mondays in each month. 
J. I. Reese, C. P.; George Rubush, Scribe; 
Teutonia Encampment No. 57— Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Wednesdays in each 
month. Chr. Teckenbrock, C. 
Schoppe, Scribe. 
Capital Lodge No. 124— Meets every Friday 
evening in Grand Lodge Building. Stephen 
O. Sharp, N. G. ; Jacob W. Smith, Per Sec. 
Center Lodge No. 18— Meets every Tuesday 
evening in Grand Lodge Building. Charles 
Rubush, N. G.; George P. Anderson, Per. 

Fidelity Rebekah Lodge No. 227— Meets 
in the hall of Indianapolis Ixidge on sec- 
ond and fourth Monday in each month. 
Alice Rubush, N. G.; Sallle MUfred, Sec. 



Germania Lodge No. 129-Meets evetjr 
Thursday evening in Grand Lodge Buiia- 
Ing. C. F. Myer, N. G.; M. Ginz, Per. Sec. 

Indianapolis Lodge No. 465— Meets every 
Friday evening 467 Virginia av. Clark 
Perry, N. G. : H. J. Jacobsen, Sec. 

Meridian Lodge No. 480-Meets every 
Wednesday evening in Giezendanner HaU. 
W. R. Dearinger, N. G.; H. C. Osborne, 

Mozart Lodge No. 531— Meets every Friday 
evening at 27% S. Delaware street. John 
Honnecker. N. G. ; John Deitz, Per. Sec. 

Philoxenian Lodge No. 44— Meets every 
Wednesday evening in Grand Lodge 
Building. L. E. Fish, N. G. ; Beniamm 
Franklin, Rec. Sec; W. F. Landis, Per 
Sec.; Wm. M. Coval. Tpeas. 

Harmonia Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 31 
—Meets every second and fourth ihurs- 
days in each month in Grand Lodge 
Building. Charles Richmann, bee. 

Olive Branch Rebekah Degree Lodge- 
Meets every second and fourth Saturday 
in each month in Grand Lodge) Building. 
Mrs. Hattie Foy, N. G. ; Mrs. Jennie 
Hoover, Sec. , , 

Puritan 678— HaughviUe, Thomas Powderly, 
N. G. ; C. F. Childers, Sec— Meets every 

Bright^ood 655-Brightwood, J. C. Clark, 
NT G.; W. Coldridge, Sec— Meets everji 

Samaritan, 658— West Indianapois. Robert 
Haverstick, N. G. ; O. C. Chambers, Sec. 

H^r^tlf 6llil ^."M^g^Vdy, N. G.; Charles 
McGee, Sec. Meets every Monday. 

Mapleton, 690— Mapleton. " " """ 
G.; S. H. Teneyck, t 

Mapleum Encampment 209— Mapleton, ^ 
Aiken, C. P. 

C^tSn'-'indianapoiis No. 2 P. M -MeeU 
every Thursday evening at Odd Fellows 
Hall Commander, Benj. Franklm: Lieu- 
tenant, J. W. Jones: Clerk, Wm. H. Ru- 

Canton Leedy No. 41 P. M.-Meets evenr 
Thursday evening. Commandant, W. H. 

C^nt^n^' Capital No. 42 P. M.-Meets evenr 
Tuesday evening. Commandant. M. A. 
Sellars; Clerk, C. F. Harw-ood 

Canton Meridian No. 43 P. M. I.. O. O 5\ 
-Meets every Tuesday evening. Sam 
Cochrane, Commander; H. C. Osborne, 

Canton' Philoxenia No. 44 P. M.-I. O. O. 
F.— Commandant, A. Lowes. 

REBEKAH LODGES. I. O. O. F. 

Olive Branch Rebekah Lodge No. 10 I. O. 
O F— Meets second and fourth Saturday 
evening of each month at Grand Lodge 

FWelity Rebekah Lodge No. 227 J- O O. P. 
—Meets every second and fourth Monday 
evenfng of each month at 467 Virgi^ala av. 
Harmonia Rebekah Lodge No. 31 I. O OF. 
_ (German) - Meets every second and 
fourth Tuesday evening of each month at 
Grand Lodge Hall. „c t r^ r. Ti> 

Myrtle Rebekah Lodge No. 326 I. O. O. F. 

—Mount Jackson. „^n r n. r, ts- 

Neola Rebekah Lodge No. 362 I. O. O. F.— 

Brightwood. 
Progress Rebekah Lodge No. 395 

—HaughviUe. t^ , tj At™ 

West Indianapolis Lodge, D of R-Mra. 
Ella Darnell, N. G.; Mrs. Julia Brough- 
tonV V. G.; Mrs. O. McGrew, Sac; Mrs. 
Annie Broughton, Treas. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 
Grand Lodge of Indiana- 
Headquarters, Rooms 49 and 50 J-^^if^ 
Bldg.. northeast cor. Market and Circle- 
streets. Annual con vocaUon first Tuesday 
,„ T,.r,<. Frank Bowers, G. K. of R. and 



F. 



in June. Frank Bowers, G. 



secbetIand benevolent organizations. 



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Headquarters Uniform Rank, K. of P. of 
the World— James R. Camahan, Major- 
General Commanding; Will J. McKee, A. 
G., Room 54 Journal Bldg., northeast cor. 
Market and Circle streets. 

Indiana Brigade U. R. K. of P.— James R. 
Ross, Brig-Gen. Commanding; Benjamin 
C. Wright, A. A. G. Headquarters 29% 
North Pennsylvania street. 

Marion Lodge No. 1.— Meets in Castle Hall, 
Journal Building, northeast cor. Market 
and Circle streets every Wednesday even- 
ing. W. C. Tarkington, K. R. S. 

Olive Branch No. 2— Meets every Satur- 
day evening in Castle Hall, Journal Build- 
ing, northeast corner Market and Circle 
streets, E. F. Harris, K. R. S. 

Koerner Lodge No. 6— Meets every Monday 
evening in Castle Hall, Journal Building, 
northeast comer Market and Circle 
streets. A. F. Berns, K. R. S. 

Star Lodge No. 7— Meets Tuesday evening 
In Castle Hall, Journal Building, north- 
east corner Market and Circle streets. F. 
A. Blanchard, K. R. S. 

Excelsior Lodge No. 25— Meets every Fri- 
day evening in Castle Hall, Journal Build- 
ing, northeast corner Market and Circle 
streets. W. W. Davy, K. R. S. 

Indianapolis Lodge No. 56 — Meets every 
Thursday evening in Castle Hall, Journal 
Building, northeast corner Market and 
Circle streets. George T. Breunig, K. R. 
S. 

Schiller Lodge No. 61— Meets every Monday 
evening in hall, 27 S Delaware street. 
Tobias Rock, K. R. S. 

Capital City Lodge No. 97— Meets every 
Monday evening in Martindale Block. W. 
S. Gordon, K. R. S. 

Center Lodge No. 215— Meets every Tues- 
day evening at I. O. O. F. Building, Vir- 
ginia av. C. P. Balz, K. R. S. 

Pythagoras Lodge No. 3S0 — Meets every 
Monday evening in hall southwest corner 
Mass av and Bellefontaine street. A. E. 
Smith, K. R. S. 

Damascus Lodge No. 384— Meets every Fri- 
day evening in hall, southwest corner Il- 
linois and Seventh streets. Bert Boyd, K. 
R. S. 

Arborvitae Lodge No. 318 — Brightwood. 
Marlon Shearer, K. R. S. 

Irvlngton Lodge No. 324— Wm. Bowman, K. 
R. S. 

West Indianaolls Lodge No. 244— Meets in 
Wolf's Hall, West Indianapolis, every 
Wednesday evening. J. C. CruU. K. R. S. 

Arion Lodge No. 254— Meets In Haughville 
every Monday night. F. J. A. Sullivan, 
K. R. S. 

General Relief Committee— Meets the first 
Thursday of each month in Castle Hall, 
Journal Building, northeast corner of 
Market and Circle. 

Indianapolis Division No. 2, U. R. K. of P. 
—Armory Mozart Hall. Meets every Fri- 
day evening. 

Many Division No. 18. U. R.— Armory at 
Mozart Hall. Meeting every Friday even- 
ing. 

Excelsior Division No. 43 — Meets every 
Wednesday evening in armory, Mozart 
Hall. 

Olive Branch Division No. 48— Meets every 
Thursday evening in armory. Court House 

Indiana Division No. 61— Meets every Fri- 
day evening in armory Masonic Hall. 

Pettibone Division No. 72— Meets every Fri- 
day evening, s w cor Morris and Nordyke 
av. West Indianapolis. 

ANCIENT ORDER HIBERNIANS. 

Hall 37 W. McCarty street. County offi- 
cers, Wm. J. Welsh, C. S. 

Division No. 1— Meets first and second 
Wednesday evenings of each month at 
Parnell Hall, 73 W. McCarty street. John 
Scanlan, Sec. 

Division No. 2— Meets corner Illinois and 
Georgia streets first and third Monday 



m^m^s 



ervenings of each month. Thomas Bren- 
nan. Sec. 

Division No. 3— Meets second and fourth 
Monday of each month at 359^4 Virginia 
av. Wm. J. Welsh, Sec, 

Division No. 4— Meets first and third Thurs- 
day Town Hall at Haughville. David Mo- 
rlarty, Sec 

Division No. 5— Meets comer Elizabeth and 
Blake first and third Friday evening of 
each month. James McCrossen, Sec. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF 
MEN. 

Grand Lodge— Meets thir 
ruary biennially. 

Crescent Lodge No. 72— Meets every Fri- 
day evening comer Illinois and Seventh 

Prospect Lodge No. 45— Meets 92 E. Wash- 
ington street Monday evenings. 

American Protective Association No. 14— 
Meets every Saturday evening, 60 E. Mar- 
ket. 

BENEVOLENT PROTECTIVE ORDER 
OF ELivS. 

Indianapolis Lodge No. 13— Meets in Elk'a 
Hall, 112 N. Meridan, every Friday even- 
ing. H. S. Belssenherz, Sec. 
D. O. H. 

Hall 27% South Delaware street. 

Freya Lodge No. 63— Meets every Tuesday 
evening. Gottlieb F. Hotacker, Sec. 

Deutsche Brueder Lodge No. 567— Meets In 
Altman's Hall every second and fourth 
Wednesday. Conrad Werner, Sec. 

Shiller Lodge No. 381— Meets every Wednes- 
day evening. John Dietz, Sec. 
D. R. K. 

St. Boniface Unterstuetzungs-Verein— Meets 
at St. Mary's Hall. August H. MuUer, 
Sec.-Treas. 

St. Joseph Unterstuetzungs-VereIn — Meets 
at St. Mary's Hall. I. Strack, Sec. 
DRUIDS. 

Hall, Boston Block, North Delaware. 

Capital City No. 17— Meets every Thursday 
evening at Druid Hall, Boston Block. 

Germania Circle No. 1— Meets second and 
fourth Sunday in each month. 

Humboldt Grove No. 8— Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening. 

Mozart Grove No. 13— Meets every Tuesday 
evening. 

Octavia Grove No. 3— Meets every Monday 
evening. 

Washington S. A. Chapter No. 3— Meets 
every first and third Sunday in each 
month at Druid Hall. Boston Block. 
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 
Department Headquarters 85 E Market. 
Department Officers. 

Commander— James T. Johnston, Rockvllle. 

S. V. C— C. J. Murphy, Evansville. 

J. V. C— W. F. Medsker, Cambridge City. 

Medical Director— Cataract. 

Chaplain— O. S. Reed, Noblesville. 

Assistant Adjutant General— R. M. Smock, 
Indianapolis. 

Asst. Q. M. Gen.— O. R. Weaver, Indianap- 
olis. 

Department Inspector- Thomas M. Little, 
Connorsville. 

Judge Advocate — J. R. Jordan, Martinsville. 

Mustering Officer— W. F. Daly, Peru. 

George H. Thomas Post No. 17— Meets first 
and third Tuesdays of each month, at 
Post Hall, cor Court and Delaware 
streets. D. R. Lucas, Commander, Will 
C. David, Adjutant; R. M. Smock, Quar- 
termaster. 

Martin R. Delaney Post No. 70— Meets first 



mander; Adjutant, Henry Seaton, Quar- 
termaster. 
John F. Ruckle Post No. 165— Meets every 
Thursday evening, comer Massachusetts 



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. W. A. 

George H. Chapman Post No. 209— Meets 
every Saturday evening in hall southwest 
corner Washington and Tennessee streets. 
James Dunn, Commander; Benjamin F. 
Balph, Adjutant; Joseph C. Drummond, 
Quartermaster. 

Joseph R. Gordon Post No. 281— Meets every 
Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall, 
east end ot Virginia avenue. John W. 
Scott, Commander; A. H. Haines, Adju- 
tant; W. F- Taylor, Quartermaster. 

Major Robert Anderson Post No. 369 — 
Meets every Monday evening at G. A. R. 
Hall, corner Delaware and Court streets. 
Z. T. Landers, Commander; Wm. H. Cal- 
vert, Adjutant; J. M. Bohmie, Quarter- 
master. 

Major Gordon Post No. 452, North Indian- 
apolis-Meets every Friday evening. Cos- 
ton W. Conrad, Commander; Joseph Fer- 
rall, Adjutant; Wm. R. Waggoner, 
Quartermaster. 

Phil H. Sheridan Post No. 639— Meets G. A. 
R. Hall every Thursday evening. H. P. 
Pontius, Commander; W. P. Noble, Ad- 
jutant; C. S. Darnell, Quartermaster. 

Alvin P. Hovey Post No. 559, West Indi- 
anapolis—Meets every Friday evening. I. 
■B. Miller, Commander; Absolam Crull, 
Adjutant; John F. (Henchen, Quarter- 
master. 

WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS. 
Department OfBcers. 

Julia S. Conklin, Pres., Westfield; Etta E. 
Houk, Sac, Westfield; Mary H. Hduk, 



Meets afternoons ot first and third Th' 
days ot each month, at G. A. R. Hall, 
corner Court and Delaware strests. Lu- 
cinda C. Taylor, Pres., Jennie M. Borth, 
Sec. 

Phil H. Sheridan Corps, No. 163— Meets 
Wednesday afternoons at Sheridan Hall. 
Emma Darnell, Pres.; Mrs. Abbie Britt, 
Sec. 

George H. Chapman Corps No. 10— Meets 
Tuesdays in Lorraine Bldg. Alvira Miller, 
Prss. 

Joseph R. Gordon Corps No. 43— Meets the 
first and third Wednesday afternoons of 
each month. Melinda M. Siddall, Pres. 

John F. Ruckle Corps No. 40— Meets every 
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, in Belle- 
fontaine Hall, corner Mass. av and Belle- 
fontaine. Sarah Osborn, Pres.; Mrs. Mary 
Shear, Ssc. 

George H. Thomas Corps No. 20— Meets 
afternoons, first and third Tuesdays of 
each month, at G. A. R. Hall, corner of 
Court and Delaware streets. Thasta Alice 
Ross, Pres.; Ida S. McBride, Sec. 

Martin R. Delaney Corps No. 138 (colored) 
—Meets at 184 Indiana av. 



-Meets 

first and third Sunday evenings of each 
month in Monumental Hall. G. Pink, 
Pres.; A. Selig, Treas. ; Robert Stern, Sec. 

Esther Lodge. I. O. O. B., No. 323— Meets 
second and fourth Sunday evenings in 
each month In Monumental Hall. B. R. 
Segar, Sec. 

O. K. S. B.— Hall When Block. Indian- 
apolis Lodge No. 149. Meets second and 
fourth Sunday afternoons, When Block. 
Ed Ducas, Sec. 
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN. 

Hall in GriflSlth Block, 36% West Washing- 
ton street. 

Alfarata Council No. 5, D. of P.— Meets 
Grifllth's Block first and third Friday 
evenings. Mrs. Hattle Hopkins, K. of R. 

Mineola Council No. 31, D. of P.— Meets 
second and fourth Friday evenings. Mrs. 
Addle McCook, K. ot R. 



Comanche Council No. 47, D. of P. (W I).— 
Meets second and fourth Friday evenings. 
Mary E. Bolin, K. of R. 

Great Council Improved Order of Red Men 
—Annual Session third Tuesday In Octo- 
ber. Wm. B. King, G. S. ; Thomas J. 
Gray. G. S. S.; L. B. Weaver, G. J. S.; 
T. G. Harrison, G. C. of R.; J. A. Mc- 
Gaw, G. K. of W. 

Hiawatha Tribe No. 75— Meets every Tues- 
day evening. Charles V. Loy. S.; R. B. 
Hopkins, C. of R. 

Minnewa Tribe No. 38— Meets every Thurs- 
day evening. Henry Wirtz, C. of R.; J. 
A. McGaw, K. of W. 

Polmete Tribe No. 17 (Gernvin)- Meets every 
Monday evening. Jacob Becker, C. of R. 

Red Cloud Tribe No. 18— Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening. Ernest Sachs, S. ; Wm. 
Buehrig, C. of R. 

Comanche Tribe No. 128, W I.— Meets every 
Tuesday evening in I. O. O. F. Hall. J. 
H. Crowe, S.; A. A. Zion, C. ot R. 

Wichita Tribe No. 139, H.— Meets every 
Wednesday evening in Reading Room. 
James Ballard, C. of R. 
I. O. G. T. 

Monitor Lodge No. 1, Good Templars- 
Meets at Carpenters' Hall. 271/2 S. Merid- 
ian street, first and third Thursday nights 
of each month. M. E. Shiel, Chief Tem^ 
plar; C. A. White, Sec. 

GOLDEN CROSS. 

Capital Commandery No. 466— Meets at Car- 
penters' Hall second and fourth Thurs- 
days. Wm. F. Clark, Noble Commander; 
Mrs. C. V. Bell, Keeper of Records. 

Acme Commandery No. 537— Meets Wednes- 
day nights at Van Sickle's Hall. Fred 
Luscher, Noble Commander; O. L. Hen- 
dricks, Keeper of Records. 
KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HONOR. 

Supreme Lodge Officers — C. W. Harvey, 
Supreme Sec; C. F. Dudley. Supreme 
Treas.; Ingalls Block. 

Grand Lodge of Indiana— Meets first Tues- 
day in October. J. H. Haught, G. P.; A. 
S. Lane, G. S. 

Compton Lodge, No. 1137 — Meets every 
Wednesday evening in Iron Hall Bldg. 
Roslna Jones, Protector; Mary E. Weber, 
Sec. 

Elizabeth Lodge, No. 498 (German)— Meets 
every Friday evening in Iron Hall Block. 
Charles G. Coulon, Sec. 

Hope Lodge, No. 6— Meets When Block 
every Wednesday evening. Mrs. M. H. 
Greenwood, Sec. 

Indiana Lodge, No. 1343— J. W. Mitchell. 1S» 
Hoyt avenue. Sec. 

Martha Lodge, No. 236 (German) — Meets 
every Tuesday evening in hall 3T^ S. 
Delaware street. Adolph Wald, Sec. 

Phoenix Lodge, No. 1337 — Meets Bellefon- 
taine Hall every Wednesday evening. 
John E. Morris, Sec. 

Washington Lodge, No. 1352— Meets every 
Monday evening, cor Mississippi and Ver- 
mont streets. Fannie Haught, Protector; 
Laura A. Marriott, Sec. 

Pleasant Lodge, No. 1338— Meets K. of H. 
Hall, Brightwood. Charles Rahling, Sec. 

Gage Lodge, No. 1663— Meets Seventh and 
Illinois streets first and third Wednes- 
days each month. L. E. Norton, Protec- 
tor; W. W. Hutton, Sec. 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 

Supreme I,o<Jge meeta In May, annually, 
in New tirleans. La. 

Grand Lodge meets the last Tuesday In 
February, Diennially, 60 E. Market. G. W. 
Jacobs, G. D. 

Brightwood Lodge No. 915 — Meets every 
Tuesday evening at 7:30 in Minor Hall. 

Eureka Lodge No. 24— Meets every Friday 
evening, 60 E. Market. Herman Roaen- 
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Germania Lodge No. 2634— Meets 27i^ South 
Delaware street every Thursday. 

Schiller Lodge No. 40— Meets every Thurs- 
day evening, 60 E. Market. Frederick 
Scharte, Sec. 

Victoria Lodge— Meets every Monday even- 
ing, 60 E. Market. Rufus E. Stephens, 
Reporter. 

Wheatly Lodge No. 8— Meets every Satur- 
day evening, 60 E. Market. Robert Waide, 
Sec. 

MILITARY ORDER LOYAL LEGION U. S. 

Headquarters 21 Fletcher's Bank Bldg-. 
Commander Gen. Lew Wallace. Meets 
second Friday in February, May, October 
and December. 

ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS. 

Supreme Council— Meets second Monday in 
September, 1S95. H. H. Morse, S. C; T. 
B. Linn, S. R. Office, Commercial Club 
Building, southwest corner Meridian and 
Pearl streets. 

Grand Council— Meets third W^ednesday in 
March, 1894. E. S. Holliday, G. C. ; W. H, 
Page, G. R. Office 66 E. Washington 

Alpha Council No. 1— Meets every Thurs- 
day evening in True Friends Hall, When 
Block. C. H. Linn, Councilor; W. H. 
Page, Sec, 66 E. Washington street. 

Crescent Council No. 8— Meets every 
Wednesday evening in George H. Thorn.is 
Post Hall, corner Delaware and Court 
streets. G. W. Cochrane, Councilor, W. 
E. Shilling. Sec, 563 N. West street. 

Delta Council, No. 2— Meets every Monday 
evening in True Friends' Hall, When 
Block. Samuel Rosenberg, Councilor; D. 
K. Partlow, Sec, 42 N. Delaware street. 

Greenleaf Council No. 18— Meets every Mon- 
day night at Greenleaf Hall (N. I.). C. 
B. Hartzog, Councilor; A. A. Gauld, 



Addison and Rader streets (N. 



Block. H. H. Hadley. Councilor; C. J. 
Gary, Sec, 266 W. Michigan. 

Marion Council No. 16— Meets every Satur- 
day evening in Frater Hall, When block. 
H. B. Snyder, Councilor; Mrs. Lettie Sny- 
der, Sec, 172 N. East street. 

True Friend Council No. 23— Meets Tuesday 
evenings In True Friends Hall, When 
Block. R. P. Hammond, Councilor; J. S. 
Sterrin, Sec, 269 E. Market street. 

Union Council No. 15— Meets every Friday 
evening in Brightwood Hall, Brightwood. 
Douglass Adams, Councilor; Wm. P. Mar- 
tin, Sec, 172 Dorman St., city. 

Universal Council No. 28— Meets every Sun- 
day afternoon at 3 o'clock in True 
Friends' Hall, When block. C. B. Feible- 
man, Councilor; H. S. Beissenherz, Sec, 
1145 N. Alabama St. 

Venus Council No. 7— Meets every Friday 
evening in True Friends' Hall, When 
Block. J. W. Walter, Councilor; F. H. 
Pillet, 55 Commercial Club Building. 

ORDER OF EQUITY. 
Supreme Council. 
Supreme Sec. Office Room 10, 156% E. Wash- 
ington street. Biennial session first Tues- 
day in October. Officers of the Supreme 
Council 1893-97— Hon. William Irvin, Su- 
preme Councillor; Frank Bowers, Supreme 
V. C. ; Miles M. Reynolds, Past Supreme 
C. ; Wm. P. Lander, Supreme Sec. ; Gran- 
ville S. Wright. Supreme Treas. ; James 
H. Taylor, M. D., Supreme Med. Dr.; J. 
H. Blair. Supreme Adjuster; J. F. Alber- 
ehardt. Supreme Chaplain; J. H. Cham- 
berlain of Frankfort, Ind., Supreme Mar- 
shal; Mrs. A. B. Copeland of Logansport, 
Supreme Guardian; B. A. Facer of Chica- 
go, 111., Supreme Sentry. 
Supreme Trustees— Isaac S. Boyer, Chair- 
man; J. H. OrndorfC, Sec; Chas. R. Jones, 
James C. Dickson and M. M. Reynolds. 



Committee on Laws and Supervision- 
Frank Bowers, James H. Orndorff, H. 
A. Pryor. 

Comniittee on Finance and Acounts — W. S. 
Lockman, Louis Pfafflin, and J. Albers- 
hardt 

SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 

Officers elected annually in December. 

Indianapolis Council No. 1 — Meets second 
and fourth Saturday evenings Equity 
Hall, Room 18 Mansur Block. Fred A. 
Lander, Sec. 

Equitas Council No. 2— Meets first and 
third Mondays, Equity Hall, 18 Mansur 
Block. Fred Weber, Councillor; Frank 
Castor, Sec. 

Taylor Council No. 3— Meets every Friday 
evening at Equity Hall, 18 Mansur Blk. 
H. E. Hittle, Councillor; J. H. Orndorff, 
Sec 

South Side Council No. 4— Meets first and 
third Wednesdays, Equity Hall, 18 Man- 
sur Blk. Councillor, S. C. Downie; Sec- 
retary, D. K. Partlow; Charles R. Jones, 
Treasurer. 

Hoosier Council No. 20— Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at Equity Hall. IS Mansur 
Blk. Mrs. Sa.-ah M. Frank, Councillor; 
Wm. K. Tullis, Sec. 

Frienfishio Council No. 39— Meets second 
and fourth Wednesday evenings at 
Room 6, Mansur Blk. B. P. DuBois, 
Councilor; W. J. Hartley, Sec. 

Monument Council No. 106— Meets every 
week, N W cor Ninth st. and College ave. 
W. P. Halderman, Councillor; Frank A. 
West, Sec'y and Collr. 

Columbian Council No. 107— Meets everj' 
Monday evening Spencer Hall, W. Indpls. 
Chas. Pierce, Councillor; Miss Opal Til- 
ford, Secretary. 

ORDER OF GOLDEN CHAIN. 

Hoosier Lodge No. 17— Meets second and 
fourth Wednesday evenings in each month 
in rooms, 40 N Delaware street. M. H. 
Daniels, Sec. 

ORDER OP RENTE. 

Maple Lodge No. 27— Meets every Friday 

evening in Hall, 92% E Washington. John 

Craig, Pres.; T. J. Yount, Sec, Room 54 

Commercial Club Bldg. 

ORDER OF ST. GEORGE. 
Mayfiower Lodge-Meets 36% E Washing- 
tog every Wednesday evening. Edwin 
Perrine, Pres. ; A. W. Dawson, Sec 

ROYAL ARCANUM. 

PATRIOTIC SONS OF AMERICA. 

Patriotic Sons of America. 

Grand Council— Meets first Thursday in 
April, 1894, at Terre Haute, Ind. W. H. 
Stephenson, Grand Regent, Wabash, Ind.; 
Edward E. Schroer, Grand Sec, Indian- 
apolis, Ind.; N. S. Byram, Grand Treas., 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Indiana Council No. 128— Meets every first 
and third Monday evenings each month 
in When Block. J. A. Ehrensperger, Sec. 

Indianapolis Council No. 328— Meets every 
second and fourth Tuesday evenings each 
month in When Block. A. B. Clark, Sec. 

Hoosier Council No. 394 — Meets every sec- 
ond and fourth Monday evenings each 
month in Royal Arcanum Hall, Illinois 
and 7th streets. W. H. Webb, Sec. 

Marion Council No. 399 — Meets every second 
and fourth Frid: 
in Griffith Block. 

UNION VETERAN LEGION. 

National Headquarters Butler, Pennsyl- 
vania. Wn». 'A. Clark, Commander; 
George Schaftner, Adjutant - General; 
James Delehanty, C. M. O. 

Encampment No. 80— Meets at 30% North 



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Delaware street on second and fourth 
Friday evenings of each month. T. B. 
Unn, Colonel; Benjamin D. Minor, Lieut- 
Colonel; F. H. sure, Major; B. W. SuUl- 
van Adjutant. 

UNITED BROTHERS OF FRIENDSHIP. 

Friendship Lodge No. 3— Meets first and 
third Tuesdays of each month at 30V4 
North Delaware. 

Gibson Lodge No. 2— Meets in Franklin In- 
surance Bldg, first and fourth Mondays. 

Sumner Lodge No. H United Brothers of 
Friendship — Meets in Franklin Insurance 
Bldg first and third Mondays of each 
month. 

Indianapolis Lodge No. 9— Meets every Tues- 
day evening in Franklin Life Insurance 
Bldg. 



Walden, Sec. 

Patriarchie No. 23— Meets fourth Wednesday 
of each month at 184 Indiana av. N. M. 
Hill, Sec. 

Garrett Smith Lodge No. 1707— Meets at 184 
Indiana av. J. L. Jones, Sec. 

Lincoln Union Lodge No. 1486— Meets at 184 
Indiana av. N. M. Hill, Sec. 

Household of Ruth Lodge No. 34— Meets at 
184 Indiana av. Harriet Hill, Sec. 

Household of Ruth Lodge No. 6784— Meets at 
184 Indiana av. second and fourth Tues- 
day of each month. Ella Court, Sec. 

O. P. Morton Lodge No. 1987— Meets at 181 
Indiana av. D. D. Wells, Sec. 




DIRECTORY 
BORROWERS 



"^^^/^E RECEIVE many complaints from our patrons to the effect that 
IB/ they are bothered so much by BORROWERS. These parties are 
^ ^ not the private citizen nor the stranger in the city, who steps in, 

looks at the Directory and goes out, but merchants, business and 
professional men, who need a Directory every day of the year, yet who are too 
close-fisted to buj- one. 

These same individuals are the ones that borrow your Directory "just for a 
minute," which, in the majority of cases, means a day or perhaps a week, unless 
you remember that they have it and send for it. 

These same borrowers will tell the Directory canvasser that he has "no use for a 
Directory," that he "knows everybody," and, vice versa, "everybody knows him." 



R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Indianapolis City Directory. 

1894. 

STREETS AND AVENUES. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

Avenue ( fr. From 

Between n North 

Corner WI North Indianapcilis 

East nw Norihweht 



..Westlndii 



.Northeast 
..West 



ABATTOIR (W I), fr 
White river w to Dov- 
er, first 8 of Morris K 

ABBOTT, fr 820 S Mis- 
souri w tci West K 

ABIGAIL, fr Naomi s. 
first e of Shelby £ 
ftO Arlington av 

ACOR^, see Rose 

ADAlR (Brightwood),fr 
Bee Line Ry n, first e 
of Banbnlomew I) 

ADAMS, fr Manchester 
n to Howland, second 
e of Harrison av £ 
50 English 

ADAMS (Brightwood), 
fr Warren n, first e of 
Housion D 

ADDISON (N I), fr Mich- 
igan Rortd wtoSchur- 
manii av, first n of 
Shuemaker L 

7.S Annette 
120 Rader 
151) Lulu 
20O Emma 
250 Burton av 

ADDISON (W I), fr 
Washington s, first w 
of Laura P 

Jackson 

ADLER, fr Meridian e 
to Union, first n of 
Raymond S 

AGNES, fr 600 W New 
York n to Elizabeth N 
63 Vermont 
112 Michigan 
168 North 

ALABAMA, fr 152 E 



We 



Twenty-second, third 
e of Meridian H 

25 < ourt 

50 Market 

75 Wabash 
100 Ohio 
125 Miami 
160 New York 
200 Vermont 
2-2.'i Allegheny 



432 Ft Wayne av 

470 Pratt 
500 St Joseph 
520 Si Mary 
574 Morrison 

715 Lini uln av 



960 Exposition 
Twelfth 
Thirteenth 
llOOFourlienih 
1160 Fifteenth 
Bizteenih 
Seventeenth 
ALABAMA, fr 149 I 
Washington s to Me 
Carty 3 

25 I'earl 
50 Maryland 
Virgi ■ 



l.'^O Louisiana 



195 t 



Jth 



22) Ba 
2.50 Dunran 
296 Merrill 

360 Sinker U 

ALBEMARLE, fr Clif- 
ford av n to Orange 
av, first e of Tecum- 
feh C 

ALDRICH, fr Cannon e 
to Freeland, third s of 
English av X 

Payne 
Crawford 
Canby 
Dupont 
G.ilay 
ALEXANDER AV. fr 
Sherman drive e to 
National av A 

Mil higan av 
ALGER, fr Fifteenth n 
to Brown, first e of 
Cusier J 

Sixteenth 
Seventeenth 
ALLEGHENY, fr Me- 



ridianwto Mississippi, 
between Vermont and 
Michigan J 

SOiUinois 



ALLEN, fr Laurel sec- 
ond n of English av, w 
to Leota X 

A LLFIiFE.frW Twelfth 
a to Marletto drive, 
second e of Michigan 
Road X 

AI.MONT, fr Clyde n, 

first e of L E & W Rv 

F 

ALVORD, fr Malott av 
n to Twelfth, first e of 
Cornell av E 

50 Home av 
100 Lincoln av 
150 Sixth 
2( Seventh 
250 Kighth 
800 Ninih 
3,=.0 Tenth 
409 Twelfth 

AMANDA (Bright- 



Ella 

ANDER.SON, fr Martin- 
dalo av e to Hillside 
av, first n of Tenth D 

ANDERl^ON, frC, IStL 
& C Ry to Howard, 
first ncf Fifth K 

ANDREWS, fr Four- 
teen I h n to Seven- 
teenth, first w of Illi- 
nois / 
Fifteenth 
Sixteenth 

ANN, see Church 

ANNETTE(NI).frLake 
n to Highland av, sec- 
ond w of Michigan 



road 

t'hicago 

Ontario 

Wells 

McLene 

Shoemaker 

Addison 



Udell 
Francis 
Eugene 
Armstrong 
APPLEGATE, fr Iowa s 
to Raymond, third e 
of East T 

50 Beei'her 
100 Sanford 
APPLE i REE LANE, fr 
Hollisn toStoughion 
av, first e of Sterling C 
AQUEDUCT, fr Fall 
creek n, first w of the 
canal L 

ARBOR AVE (W I), fr 
Olive av s to Wood- 
burn av Q 
Cottage av 
ARCH, fr Park av e to 
College av, first n of 
St Clair /' 
40 Broadway 
ARCHEK, fr Miami n to 
Clifl'ord av, second e 
of C, C. C & I Ry a 
50 New York 
100 Vermont 
l.SO Michigan 
200 Campbell 
260 St Clair 
300 John 
350 Madison 
AKDEN (Brjghtwood). 
fr Shade e to Bri-ht- 
wood av, first u of 
Warren D 
Lawn 
Depot 
Poplar 
ARIZONA, fr 678 S Me- 
ridian w to Dakota 8 
50 Tennessee 
100 Carlos 
150 West 
ARLINGTON, fr Shelby 
e to city limits, first a 
of Naomi V 
60 Abigail 
74 Eldridge 
100 ('re.ss 
124 Urbana 
150 St Charlea 
174 St Elmo 



96 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



200 State ay 

ARLINGTON Av, fr 
Manchester u to How- 
land, third e oi L £ & 
WRR F 

50 Fleet 
100 Heath 

ARLINGTON AV (Irv- 
iDgton, see Line 

ARMOUR, fr N Missis- 
sippi w, second 8 of 
Twelfth K 

50 Highland Place 

ARMSTRONG (N I), fr 
Michigan Road w to C, 
1, StL & Ry, third 
nof Udell L 

Annette 
Rader 
Lulu 
Elmlra 

ARSENAL AV, fr 752 E 
Washington n to Mich- 
igan B 
60 Market 
100 Ohio 
150 Keller 
200 Vermont 
250 Sturm av 

ARSENAL AV, fr 755 E 
Washington s to Mich 
igau av S 

60 Williams 

ARTHUR, fr Willow s 
to Cypress, third e of 
Shelby B 

ASBURY, fr Willow s 
to Cypress, first e of 
State av V 

ASH,fr309MaS8achusetts 
av n to city limits 

CDS: E 
50 Vine 
72 Cherry 
100 Christian a ' 
200 Home av 
236 Erwin 
250 Lincoln av 
300 Seventh 
350 Eighth 
400 Ninth 
480 Tenth 
510 Twelfth 

ASHLAND, f r Nin- 
teenth n, first e of Col- 
lege av F 

ASHLAND (Wl)fr 
Oliver av n, third w 
of Drover Q 

ASTOR, fr Minkner e to 
Pierce 

ATHON, fr Rhode Is- 
land n to Indiana av, 
first w of Blake N 

ATKINSON, fr Wash- 
ington n to Michigan, 
third e of Sherman 
Drive A 

Ohio 

ATLANTIC (S I), fr S 

Park av e to Aurora, 

firsts of National a V V 

Girard av 

Pennsylvania av 

ATLAS, fr Ninth n to 
Belt B R, first e of 
Sheldon D 

60 French 
74 Pike 
100 Anderson 

ATLAS, fr Bee Line Ry 
B e to 8 Brookside av, 
first e of Orange C 
Brookside 

ATLAS (SI), fr National 
avstoStateav V 

Atlantic 
Pacific 

ATWOOD, fr Sanders n 
to Morris, first w of 
Shelby V 

AUBURN AV, fr C, H 
A I Ry 8 to Cypress, 
fourth e of S State av X 



50 Graydon 
100 Michigan av 
150 English av 
200 Lester 
250 Wood 
300 Prospect 
AURORA AV (S I), fr 
cor National av and 
Shelby s to Slate av V 
Atlantic 
Pacific 
AUSTIN, fr Fall Creek 
w, firsts of Brett M 
Trumbull 
AUSTIN (Brightwood), 
frBee Line By n, first 
e of Waverly X> 

Glen Drive 
AUVERGNE AV (Ir- 
vington), fr Fletcher 
av sto Huron av, first 
e of Worohester A 
AVON (Stratford), fr Mc- 
pherson netoSiau ton 
av A 

AVONDALE (Brooklyn 
Heights), fr Turner av 
w to Fremont av L 
LeOrand 
Cooper av 
AYRES (Irvineton), fr 
Michlgau and Star av 
e, first s of Long A 
Kingbridge 
Temperance 
Hawkins 
Sugar 
BACON, fr Shelby w to 
Dexter V 

BAILEY, fr Twenty- 
sixth n to Thirtieth, 
first w of Illinois J 
Twenty-seventh 
Twenty-eighth 
Twenty ninth 
BAIRD(Brightwood),fr 
Bee Line By n, first e 
of Espy D 

BAKER (Cliflon en the 
River), fr Crescent w 
to Flora, first u of 
Grand av L 

BALTIMORE AV, fr 
Blackmore n to How- 
land, fourth e of Har- 
rison av D 

Blackmore 
50 Harlan 
100 Brinkman 
150 Jennison 
200 Belle 
2^0 Rebef*ca 
300 Manchester 
400 English 
BANE, fr Delaware e to 
New Jersey, first a of 
South r U 

50 Alabama 
BARNHlLL,fr North n 
to Coe, seventh w of 
Blake N 

50 Elizabeth 
BARREL, fr Home av s 
toMalottav E 

BARTHAVE.fr Orange 
s to Roll, first w of 
Shelby V 

Orange 
Yeck 
BARROWS, fr s end of 
Columbia av, cor Ma- 
lott av, s w to Pendle 

BARTHOLOMEW 
(Brightwood). fr Bee 
Line Ry n, first e of 
Hare -D 

BATES, fr 134 S Noble 
to State av X 

25 Concordia 
50 Benton 
100 Pine 
200 Dillon 
288Leota 



land. 



city limits 



Detroit 
Summit 
BAXTER AV (N I), fr 
Jackson s, second w 
of Fall Creek L 

BEACON, fr Blooming- 
ton w to Miley av, 
third n of Washing- 



Wright 
BEATY, fr 370 E Mc- 
carty 3 to Buchanan, 
second e of East U 
BEDFORD AV, fr Cen- 
tral av n e to Twenty- 
second, first 8 of Fall 
Creek 

Park av 
Broadway 
College av 
Twenty-first 
BEECH, fr Hill av s 
Ingram, thence n 



°lngra 

Valle; 



ley Drive 

Gertrude av 

Langley av 

BEECH (Brightwood), fr 

Brightwood av e, first 

n of Bee Line Ry B 

BEECHER, frSEasteto 

State av, first n of Bell 

60 Singleton l 

100 Gray I „ 

160 Applegate f 

200 New I 

250 McRea 
.100 Wallack 
SSO Gatling 

!)00 Urbana 

650 St Charles 

600 St Elmo J 

BEECHWOOD AV (II 
vington), fr Grand av 
se, firsts of Oak av A 

BEELER, see Martin- 
dale av 

BELL, fr Michigan n to 

Archer and Hanna 
50 Campbell 
BELLE, fr L E & W Ry, 

e to Line av, sixth 

of Twelfth 
50 Columbia av j 

100 Martindale av i 

250 Harrison av 

274 Schofield av 

300 Sangster av 

3,'jO Manlove av 

40O Baltimore av 

450 Caroline av 

600 Hillside av 

660 Brouse av 
BELLEFONTAINE, fr 

370 Massachusetts av 

n to Bruce CD& E 

100 Christian av 

200 Home av 

2.50 Irwin 

300 Lincoln av 

350 Seventh 
Eighth 



BELMONT AV(WI), fr 
White river s to city 
limits, first e of Shef- 
field av Q 
BELMONT AV (Haugh- 
ville), fr Vermont n, 
fourth w of White 
river O 
BELT (W I), fr Norrtyke 
• s e, first w of York 
R 
Lynn av 



BENTON, fr 401 E Wash- 
ington 8 to Harrison 
56 Maryland ) 
70 Meek [ A 

99 Georgia ) 

125 Bates ) 

150 Louisiana > X 
175 Lord ) 

BENTWOOD (Bright- 
wood), fr Bee Line Ry 
n, first e of MoTis i> 
BERLIN (Haughville). 
Ir Crawford sville Pike 
n, first w Lafayette O 
BERLIN AV, fr Fall 
Creek n to Twenty- 
second, second w of 
Mississippi J 

Fifteenth 
Sixteenth 
Seventeenth 
Twentieth 
Twenty-first 
BERTHA (W I), fr Har- 
ris av w to Lincoln 
av, first sof Jackson P 
BETHEL AV fr Au- 
burn av and Cypress 
6 e V 

Calvin 
Luther 
Zwlngley 
BEVILLE AV, fr Wash- 
ington n to Michigan, 
first e of Jefi'erson av 

BEVILLE AV, fr Wash- 
ington s, first e of Jef- 

BICKING, fr 408 S Dela- 
ware e to East, sec 
ond sof McCarty T 
38 Davis 
74 High 
100 New Jersey 

BlUDLE, fr Pine e to C. 
C, C i I Ry, first n of 
Norih CE 

BIRCH AV(W I), fr Oli- 
ver av s w to Marion 
av, first w of Drover Q 
50 Cottage av 

BIRD, fr Ohio n to Ver- 
mont.between Illinois 
and Meridian J 

50 New York 

BIRKENMEYER, fr S 
East e, first s of Sand- 
ers U 



BISMARK AV (Haugh- 



450 Ninth 

500 Tenth 

.550 Twelfth 

600 Clyde 

674 Bruce 
BELLIS, fr Darwin n. 

firsteof Hillav D 
BELMONT AV. fr 

Michigan ■ to Mary- 



Sheffleld 

BISMARK (W I), cross- 
ing Morris n and s, 
first w of Sheffield Q 

BLACK (Irvington), fr 
Star av e to Temper- 
ance, third 8 of En- 
glish av A 
Kingbridge 

BLACKFORD, fr S46 W 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



97 



Washington u to Indi- 
ana av y 

25 Court 

50 Market 
100 Ohio 
150 New York 
206 Vermont 
260 Michigan 
308 North 
BLACKMOEE, Iv Harrl- 



Sangster av 

Manlove av 

Baltimore av 
BLAKE, fr 438 W Wasb- 
inglon n to Pratt N 
50 Market 
100 Ohio 
152 New York 
■206 Vermont 
'i32 Michigan 
:110 Norlh 
S78 Elizabeth 
408 Rhode Island 

Indiana av 
BLOOMINGTON, fr 
Washington n to river 
bank, first w of Staled 

Springfield 

Beacon 
BLODNT AV (Irving- 
ton), fr Washington av 
n, first e of National 

BLOYD AV, fr corner 
Hillside and Manlove 
ftvss e to Rural, thence 
n e to Shade, first n of 
Lawrence D 

Greenhriar Lane 

Cooper 

Paw Paw 

Catherine 

Line 

Hazel 

Bodley 

Fountain 

Cushlng 

Rural 
BLOYD AV (Bright- 
wood), f r School n e to 
Bartholomew, first s of 
Willow D 

James 

Harriet 

Morris 

Waverly 

Austin 

Stuart 
BLUFF ROAD, fr 8 Me- 
ridian swto Raymond, 
first 8 of Grand av S 
BODLEY, f r Bloyd av n 
to Fountain, third w 
of Rural D 

BOLAND (NI). fr Lake 
n to cor Michigan 
Hoad and Addison, 
first e of Annette L 

Chicago 

Ontario 

Wells 

McLean 

Shoemaker 
BOND (N I), fr CoUett 
av n, first w of Frank- 
lin L 

Hibberd 
BOSTON, fr Pennsyl- 
vania e, first n of 
Twelfth I 

Talbott av 

Delaware 
BOW, fr Larch e to 
Orchard av, first s of 
Corner C 

BOYD AV, fr Colgrove 
av 8, second e of 
Shelby V 



Bryan 
StUarte 

7 



Bradbury 
Finley av 
BLUFF ROAD, fr S Me- 
ridian s w to Daisy S 
BRADBURY, fr 744 
Shelby e to State av V 
Boyd av 



first e of Sherman 
Drive A 

100 Ohio 
BRADSHAW,fr 531 Vir- 
ginia av w to Sulli- 
van V W 
74 Holmes 
BRANDT, fr Shelby e to 
Churchman Pike, first 
s of Cameron V 
Tindall 
Dietz 
Knox 
BRETl'. fr N West w to 
Kembrant, first n of 
Drake L 
Oregon 
Mil burn 
La Salle 
BRIDGE (Wl),fr Morris 
s, first w of Drover R 
Nordykeav 
Lynn av 
BRIGHT, fr Ohio n lo 
North, third w of 
West N 
160 New York 
208 Vermont 
266 Michigan 
BRIGHTWOOD AV, fr 
Clifford av n, first e of 

BRIGHTWOOD AV, 
(Brightwood), fr War- 
ren n, first e of Pop- 






Willow 

Schofield 
BRINKUAN, fr L E & 
W Ry e to city limits, 
fourth n of Twelfth D 

Yandes 

Columbia av 

Martlndale av 

Harrison av 

Schofield av 

Sangster av 

Manlove av 

Baltimore av 

Caroline av 

Hillside av 

Brouse av 

Line av 

Sutherland 

Rural 

Morris 

Shade 

Gale 

Stanton 
BROADWAY, f r St Clair 
n , second e of East J^ 
25 Arch 
84 V ine 
no Cherry 
148 Christian av 
184 Butler 
232 Home av 
282 Lincoln av 
400 Seventh 
460 Eighth 
600 Ninth 
550 Tenth 
690 Twelfth 
750 Clyde 
800 Bruce 
S50 Seventeenth 
aOO Sutherland av 

Brown 

Bedford av 

Twenty- first 

Twenty-second 

BROOK (Irvington), fr 

WashlQgton s to P, C 



& St L R, first e of Na- 
tional av A 
Church 
BROOKER'S ALLEY, fr 
Fourth n to Seventh, 
between Mississippi 
and Tennessee A' 
30 Fifth 
80 Sixth 
BROOKLAND AV, fr 
Clifibrd av n, first e of 
Rural C 
Progress av 
Pope av 



Torbet 

Second 

Darnell 

Brett 
BROOKSIDE AV, fr cor 
Archer and Clifford 
av, n e to Parker av C 
56 0mer 
126 Stoughton 
174 Lambeth 

300 Orange av 

Atlas 

Centennial 

Samoa 

Jupiter 

Crown 

Lilly 

Valley Drive 

Rural 

BROOKVILLE ROAD, 

frE Washington s e to 

National av, first e of 

Roache A 

Thurman 

Sherman Drive 

Thomas 

Worchester 

Clyde 
BROUSE AV, fr Brink- 
man n to English av, 
seventh e of Harrison 
av D 

Jennison 

Rebecca 

Manchester 
BROWN (Irvington), fr 
Star av e, first s of 
Pure A 

Kingbridge 

Temperance 

BROWN, fr Broadway e 

to L E & W R R, first 

n of Sutherland av F 

College av 

Sheridan 

Custer 

Alger 
BROWN AV, fr W Twen- 
tieth n to Twenty- 
fourth, first w of In- 
dianapolis av J 

Twenty- first 

Twenty-second 

Twenty-third 

BROWN AV, see BlulT 

Road, fr Ei-.vmond s w 

to Daisy, first w of 

Vine S 

Walnut 

Spruce 

BRDCE, a continuation 

of Fifteenth, first n of 

Clyde, f r Central av to 

Harrison av D 

Park av 1 

Broadway I 

College av 

Sheridan I 

Bellefontaine > F 

Custer I 

Greenwood 

Alger 

LE&WER J 



Yandes 
Columbia av 
Martlndale aT I „ 
Newman f^ 

Sheldon 
Jackson 
BRYAN, fr Shelby e to 



BUCHANAN, fr 608 S 
East e to Virginia av, 
first s of McCany 
36 Greer ") 

87 Beatiy J- U 

105 Sullivan J 

135 Wright ■) 
175 Holmes \ VW 
213 MoKernan) 
BUCKEYE(NI),frArm- 
strong av n to High- 
land av, first e of Cen- 
tral Canal L 
BUDD, fr Ohio (o Ver- 
mont, between Ala- 
bama and New Jersey 
BQ 
30 Miami 
50 New York 
BURFORD, fr White 
river s to Ream S 
50 Romaine 
lOOCarleton 
BURGESS AV (Irving- 
ton), fr National Bv e, 
first s of C, H & D Ry 



w of the canal i 
Wells 
McLean 
Shoemaker 
Addison 
BUTLER, fr Central av 
e to College av, first n 
of Christian av a 

75 Prtrk av 

124 Broadway F 

BUTLER AV (Irving- 
ton), fr Burgess av n 
to C, St L & P Ry, first 
e of Butler University 
A 
BYRAMPLACE.frSixth 
to Seventh, between 
Illinois and Tennes- 
see J 
CABLE, frW New York 
s, third w of White 
river O P 
CALDWELL, fr Michi- 
gan n to Elizabeth, 
first e of White river O 
CALE, fr Brightwood av 
e to Mineral, third n 
of Clifford av C 
CALIFORNIA, fr 302 W 
Washington n to Indi- 
ana av, thence n w to 
First 

25 Court ) 

50 Market } O P 
75 Waba-h ) 
156 New York "I 
196 Vermont 
260 Michigan 
300 North >■ JV 

340 Indiana av I 
418 St Clair I 
472 Pratt J 

CA LIFORNIA, fr 299 W 
Washington s to Geor- 
gia _ . 



CALVIN, fr Bethel av 8 
to Pleasant av, flnt* 
of Knox A 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



ReformereaT 
CAMERON, fr Bhelby e. 
first s of McDougal V 
CAMP, Jr W St Clair n 
to second, first w oi 
California ^ 

60 Pratt 
100 First 

150Torbet ^ , 

CAMPBELL, fr C, C, t 
& I Ky e to Hanna 
first n of Michigan ) 
50 Dorman 
100 Archer . 

CAMPBELL (Irving 
ton), fr Walnut av n, 
first e of Pleasant A 
CANAL, fr Fourth n w 
to Fifth, first e of the 
canal , ■" 

CANBY, fr English av s 
to Prospect, first east 
of Crawford A 

Lester 
Wood 
Aldrich 
CANNON, fr English av 
6 to Prospect, first e 
ol Auburn av J 

Lester 
Wood 
Aldrich 
CARLETON, fr Daisy ^ 
to White river, three 
of Raymond 
Ynssie 
Burford 
Oscar 
Dett 
CARLOS, fr Rays to city 
limits, second w ot 
Tennessee ■« 

26 Wilkins 
Morris 
Wisconsin 
Utah 
Arizona 
Le Grand 
CAROLINEAV, frHill 
side av n to Baltimore 
av, first e of Baltimore 



Harlon 
Brinkman 
Jennison 
Belle 
Rebecca 
Manchester 
CARTER, fr Twenty 
sixth n to Thirtieth 
first w of Tennessee J 
Twenty-seventh 
Twenty-eighth 
Twenty-ninth 
CARTER, fr Hanna e 
Randolph, second s 
Michigan 
Myla 
203 Arsenal av 
Summit 
State ave 
Walcott 
CARTER (Irvlngton), fr 
Lena n to Pan Handle 
R R, first w of Dale A 
CATALPA AV (N I), fr 
Michigan Road w to 
Clifton, first u of Wal- 
nut ^ 
CATHARINE, fr 356 S 
Tennessee w to West 
firsts of Merrill J 
24 Church 
50 Mississippi 
100 Missouri 
CEDAR, fr cor ot Hai 
rison and Dillon s \. 
to Virginia av -^ 
IDS English av 
165 Fletcher av 
173 Huron ) 
181 Elm • V B 11 
200HosbrooU ) 
CENTENNIAL, fr Bee 



Line Ry s to S Brook- 
side, first e of Atlas C 
Brookside av 

CENTENNIAL (Haugh- 
vllle), crossing Mich- 
igan n and s, first w of 
Highland av O 

CENTER, fr Ellen iv to 
Douglass, first n ot 
North , ^ ■" 

CENTRAL AV, fr Ter- 
minus of Ft Wayne 
av n to Thirtieth 
34 Christian av 
52 Morrison 
78 Butler 
174 Home av 
237 Lincoln av 
278 Sixth 
350 Seventh 
400 Eighth 
450 Ninth 
500 Tenth 
550 Twelfth 
600 Clyde I 

650 Bruce J 

Sutherland 1 
Bedford 
Twentieth 
Twenty-first \F 
Twenty-sec' nd 
Twenty-sixth 
Twenty-eighth,! 
CENTRAL AV (Irving- 
ton), crossing WMh- 
iugton av n and s, first 
e of Johnson av A 
CENTRE (Irvington), fr 
Line e, first s ol 
Fourth ,,-^ 

CENTRE (W I), see Mc- 

CHADWICK fr w Mc- 
Carty s to Morns, first 
e ol West * 

Ray 

Wilkins 
CHAMBERS (Irvington) 
frRitter ave to Camp- 
bell, n of Elm av A 
CHAPEL.fr 26 St Clair 



150 Mississippi 
175 Osage 
200 Missouri 
260 West 
300 California 
CHESTNUT, frK2 
ison av s to Hill 
264 Poplar 



312 Wilkins 
340 Morris 
Hanway 
CHESTNUT (Irvington) 
fr Line e, first s of 
Washington av A 
CHICAGO, or S Illinois, 
f r W Morris s to Wis- 
consin, first w of M^ 
rldlan ^ ^, -,, f 
CHIC AGO (N I), fr 
Michigan Road w to C, 
I, St L & C By, first n 
of Lake ^ 

CHOPTANK ALLEY fr 
Walnut n to St Clair^ 
fir3t eofNew Jersey H 
CHRISTIAN, fr Wash- 
ington s to RR tracks, 
second e of Rural 
CHRISTIAN AV, fr . 
Central av e to L E 



47 Park av 
84 Broadway 
150 College av 
Oak 

202 Ash 

256 Bellefontaiuf 



SL, fr 26 St 
^ V,, First, first 
Meridian 
50 Pratt 
100 St Joseph 
CHARLES (formerly 
Locust), fr 23 E Mc- 
carty s to Palmer 
Ray 

Wilkins 
Morris 
Hanaway 

CHASe\w I), fr Oliver 

av n. first e of Judge 

Harding Q 

South ^ , 

CHATHAM, see Park av 

CHERRY, fr Ft Wayne 

av e to Massachusetts 

av, second n of St 

Clair 

26 East G 

50 Park av } 

102 Broadway ] 
104 College av 
106 Oak L / 

120 Ash 

163 Bellefontaine 
200 Cornell av 1 
CHERRY AV (Irving- 
ton), fr Washington av 
8 and e, first e of 

Downey av A 

CHESAPEAKE, fr 75 S 
Meridian e to Dela^ 

60 Pennsylvania 
CHESAPEAKE, fr 75 S 
Meridian w to Helen P 
50 Illinois 
100 Tennessee 
I 150 Kentucky av 



■iBD Cornell .». / 

CHURCH, fr McCarty s 
to Morris, first w ol 
Tennessee >- 

McCauley 
Ray 
50 Wilkins 
CHURCH (Irvington), f r 
Brook e, first s of 
Washington A 

National av 
CINCINNATI, fr Michi- 
gan n to Walnut, be- 
tween Liberty and 
Noble ^ {, 

80 North f 

CIRCLE, crossing Meri- 
dian and Market 
CLARA(NI),frVorster 
u, first w of Schur- 

mann av ,, . ,^ 

CLARK, fr 171 Hil »"i« 

avnetoValley Drive/) 

Nevada 

CLARK, IrLe Grand av 

n, third e of Shelby V 

CLARK (Haughville),fr 

Belmont av w, first n 

of Mick L 

CLAY, fr Jefferson ay e 

to Keystone av, first n 

of Clifford av C 

Ramsey av 

CLAY, fr Gravel road e, 

first 8 of Belt K R i? 

CLAYTON, |r Mllburn 

w, first n of Brett if 

CLERMONT (Brooklyn 

Heights), fr C I. St L 

&CRRW to Fremont 

av, sixth n of Monroe 



150 Lambeth 
2C0 Newman 
224 Windsor 
250 Sterling 
300 Tecumseh 
324 Albemarle 

Columbia Bv 

Hamilton av 
350 Jefferson av 
374 Ramsey av 
400 Keystone av 
424 Eureka av 
480 Excelsior av 

Rural 

Hampton 

Hubbard 

Watts 

Ellis 

Fay 

EwinB 

Mineral , ^ 

CLIFTON (N l),fr High- 
land av n, first w of 

CLINTON. fr226E Ohio 
ntoMichigan.between 
New Jersey and East 
25 Miami I y 

60 New Y'ork j 
100 Vermont ^ 

LINTON (Brooklyn 
Heights), frC. I, StL 
,Sc C R R w to Fremont 
av first w of Monroei 
CLYDE, a continuation 
of Fourteenth, fr Cen- 
tral av e to .HarriBon 
av, first n of Twelfth 
50 Park av | 

lOO Broadway I 

150 College av > e 
200 Bellefontaine 1 
250 Greenwood J 
L E & W Ry 1 
350 Yandes I 

370 Columbia av I 
400 Martindale av >X> 
420 Newman 
450 Sheldon 

Jackson J , 

CLYDE, fr Spruce eU 
State av, firsts of Wil- 
low ' 
Draper 
St Elmo 
CLYDE AV (Irvington) 



CLEVELAND (Haugh 
ville),frFraEeeu,firs. 
w of Holmes i- 

CLIFFORD AV, fr cor- 
ner Massachusetts av 
andCCC&IRyeto 
city limits, third n of 
St Clair ^ 

10 Dorman 
28 Stllwell 
50 Archer 
54 Brookside av 
100 Hanna 
Arsenal av 



fr BrookviUe Pike i 
Huron av, first w oi 
National av A 

English av 
Fletcher av 
COBURN, fr Madison 
av e to Virginia av. 
third B of McCarty 
75 High j T 

113 New Jersey S 
164 East I [7 

293 Wright 

341 McKernan j y 

403 Short ^ i , 

COE, fr Hiawatha w to 

Barnhill, first n of 

Elizabeth > 

Maxwell 

Wilson 

COFFEY (W I), frOUver 

av n, first w of Shover 

South 
COLEMAN AV (Irving- 
ton), fr Washington s 
10 C, St L & P R R. 
first e ol National av .A 
COLGROVB, fr Shelby 
e to Knox, fourth s ot 
Belt R R ' 

Leonard 
Galena 

COLLEGE AV, fr Maj 
sachusettsavn to Bed- 
ford av, first e of 
Broadway ' 

20 Arch 



STREETS AND AVENUI 



60 Vine 

1011 Cherry 

150 ChrlBtian aT 

200 Butler 

260 Home av 

800 Irwin 

3601,incoln av 

400 Seventh 

450 Eighth 

500 Ninth 

650 Tenth 

600 Twelfth 

660 Clyde 

700 Bruce 

760 Sixteenth 

800i3iitherland 

820 Eighteenth 

860 Brown 
COLLEGE AV, fr Man- 
chester n to Western 

av, first w of L, N A & 

CRR F 

Fleet 
COLLEGE AV (Irving- 
ton), n end of Central 

COLLEGE CIRCLE (Ir- 
vington). Park en- 
closed by College av A 

COLLETT AV (Irving- 
ton), fr Burgess av s, 
first e of National av A 

COLLETT AV (N I), fr 

the Canal w to Schur- 

manu av, second n of 

Jaelison L 

Franklin 

Bond 

COLOR ADO AV.fr 

Washington n to 

Michigan, sixth e of 

Sherman Drive A 

Oliio 

COLUMBIA, fr Noble w 
to State, first n of 
Washiugton(5thWard) 

Wallace 
COLUMBIA ALLEY, fr 
Wabash n to Miehigai', 
first w of Missouri N 
12 01)io 

25 Miami 

32 New York 
90 Vermont 
COLUMBIA AV, fr 
Michigan n to Clifford 
av, first e of Woodruff 
Place C 

60 Monroe 
COLUMBIA AV,fre end 
Malott av n to Macy 
av, third e of L E & 
WEy E 

26 Home av 
120 Lincoln av 
150 Seventh 
200 Kighth 
250 Ninth 

300 Tenth 
350 Twelfth 

Clyde 

Bruce 

Davidge 

Brinkman 

Jennison 

Belle 

Rebecca 

Manchester 
COMMERCE AV, fr 
Keystone av e to Ru- 
ral, second n of Clif 
ford av C 

50 Eureka av 
100 Excelsior av 
COMMERCIAL AV (Ir- 
vington), fr Washing- 
ton av B, first e of Lake 



COMMERCIAL AV (Ir- 
vington), fr Washing- 
ton s to C, St L & P R 
R, second e of National 

Irvington av 
CONCORDIA, fr Mary- 
land s to Harrison, 
first e of Noble 
5 Meek j ■ 

25 Georgia i 

50 Bates ) 

75 Louisiana A' 

100 Lord ) 

COOK, fr Maryland s to 
Louisiana, between 
East and Liberty VW 
50 Georgia 
COOPER, fr Fernway n 
to Bloyd av, first e of 
Paw Paw D 

COOPER AV (Brooklyn 
Heigtits). fr Lafayette 
Gravel Road n L 

CORA, fr Howard w to 
the canal, between 
Fourth and Fifth K 
CORAM, fr N Penn e to 
Talbott av, first n of 
Seventh I 

CORNELL AV.fr corner 
Massachusetts av and 
Cherry n to Seventh, 
first e of Bellefoutaine 



440 Ninth 
CORRAL (ND,fr Mich 
igaii road w to Lake 
first s of Chicago 1 
COTTAGE AV (W I), fi 
River ave w, first n of 
Woodburn Q 

Birch av 
Marion av 
Warren av 
Division 
COTTRELL, fr Georgii 
s to Louisiana, first w 
of Missouri 
COURT.fr Pennsylvania 
e to Noble, between 
Washington and Mar- 
ket 



06 Delaware 
127 Alabama 
200 New Jersey 



ket 



OP 



the River), fr Michigan 
Road n, opp Crown 
Hill Cemetery L 

Grand av 
Baker 
CRESS, fr Naomi s to 
Arlington, third e of 
Shelby V 

CROSS, fr Peru av e, 
fi rst s of Massachusetts 
av E 

CROWN, fr Orchard av 
toBrooksideav, first w 
of Rural C 

CROWN HILL Av (N 
I), fr Meridian w to 
Crown Hill Cemetery, 
first nof Twenty sev- 
enth J 
Superior 
Illinois 
Bailey 
Tennessee 
Carter 
CRUSE, fr 600 E Wash- 
ington n to Market A 
CRUSE, fr 600 E Wash- 
ington s to C, St L & P 
RB B 
Michigan av 
CURTIS, fr Orchard av 
n to Lily, first e of 



Eur; 



100 Tennessee 
1.50 Mississippi 
175 Osage alley 
200 Missouri 
250 West 
280 California 
COYNER, fr Centennial 
e to Orchard av, first 
s of Brookside av C 
Samoa 
Jupiter 
CRAWFORD (Fifth 
Ward),frVermontsto 
New York between 
Lynn and Taylor P 
CRAWFORD, fr English 
av s to Prospect, first 
e of Payne X 

Lester 
Wood 
A Id rich 
CRESCENT (Clifton on 



CUSTER, fr Fifteenth n 
to Brown, first e of 
Sheridan F 

Sixteenth 
Seventeenth 
CYPRESS, fr 275 Shelby 
e to city limits V 

25 Young 
50 Olive 

Hill 
100 Linden 
125 Seibert 
Arthur 
Thaddeus 
150 Spruce 
175 Draper 



300 Pleasant av 
360 Auburn 
DAISY, fr Raymond s, 
second e of White 
river S 

Romaine 

Carletou 

Ream 
DAGGY (Irvington), fr 
Star av e, first s of 
Keightley A 

Kingbridge 

Temperance 

Hawkins 

DAKOTA, fr .Shearer s 
to city limits, first w 
of West -R 

25 Vinton 
50 Thomas 
75 Jones 
100 Morris 
150 Wisconsin 
260 Arizona 
DARNELL, fr West w to 
Brooks, first n of Sec- 
ond H 
60 Oregon 
DARWIN, fr Bloyd n w 
to Hillside av, first n 
of Fernway D 
DATE (Irvington), fr 
Lena n to Watkins, 
first w of National av 
A 
DAVIDGE, fr L E & W 
Ry e to Harrison av, 
third n of Twelfth E 



Yandes 
Columbia av 
Martindale 
Newman 
Sheldon 
Jackson 
DAVIDSON, fr E Wa 
ington n to Peru 



154 New York i ,. 

184 Vermont f ' 

260 Michigan J 

299 North 

DAVIDSON, from L E 

& W Ry e to Nicholas 

av, first n of Ilowland 

F 

DAVIS, fr 477 Indiana 
av s w to Wilson (4lh 
Ward) -V 

Maxwell 

DAVIS, fr Bicking s to 

Madison av, first e of 

Delaware (12th Ward) 

T 

DAYTON AV (Irving- 
ton), fr English av St" 
Huron av, first e of 
Earl av A 

Fletcher av 

DEAN, see Hendricks 

DEARBORN, fr Wash- 
ington s, first e of Erie 

DECATUR, fr Washing- 
ton n to Beacon, first 
w of Wright P 

Springfield 
90 Everitt 
DELAWARE, fr 100 E 



Wa 



>gto 



Twenty-sixth / 

25 Court 
60 Market 
80 Wabash 
110 Ohio 
125 Miami 
147 New York 
206 Vermont 
250 Michigan 
302 North 
340 Walnut 
351 Ft Wayne av 
404 St Clair 
434 Pratt 
504 St Joseph 
527 St Mary 
670 Morrison 
675 Home av 
712 Lincoln av 
750 Sixth 
800 Seventh 
900 Eighth 
980 Exposition av 
1000 Tenth 
1060 Thirteenth 
1100 Fourteenth 
1130 Fifteenth 
1150 Sixteenth 
1200 Seventeenth 
DELAWARE, fr <.>:> E 
Washington s to Mad- 
ison av T 
25 Pearl 
4S Virginia av 
60 Maryland 
96 Georgia 
150 Louisiana 
200 South 
225 Bane 
250 Duncan 
300 Merrill 
365 McCarty 
889 Wyoming 
409 Bicking 
DELAWARE, fr Clay s 
to Raymond (16th 
Ward) S 
Rock 
DELOSS, fr DiUon e to 
.State av, first B of Har- 



STKEETS AND AVENUES. 



n to Michigau. secoud 
e of Shermau Drive A 
Ohio 

DENNY (Brightwood), 
fr James w to Rural. 
first n of IJrinkman D 

DENViiK AV (Bright- 
wood), see Schofleld 

DEPOT (Brightwood), fr 
Warren n, first e of 
I.awn D 

DEPOT AV (Irvington). 
fr Cherry av s w, first 
t nf Central av A 

DETKOIT, fr Madison 
Kiiade, firsts Mason T 

DETROIT, fr Michigan 
nv s to Bates, first e of 
Warren (9th Ward) B 

DETROIT, fr W Thirti- 
eth s, first w of Merid- 
ian J 

DETROIT AV (Irving- 
ton), fr English av s to 
Huron, first e of Day- 
ton av A 

DEi'T, fr Ream n, sec- 
ond e of White river S 

DEXTER, fr Troy s to 
Martin W 

Knox 
Bacon 
Perry 

DEXTER (N I), fr Vors- 
ter av n, first w of 
Sugar Grove L 

DICKSON, fr E Market 
n to Ohio, first e of 
Cruse B 

DIETZ. fr Brandt n, 
fourth e of Shelby V 

DIETZ, fr Glen Drive n 
w to Sutherland, first 
e of Fountain T> 

DIIXON.frcornerWash- 
ingtou and Michigau 
av s to Virginia av 
Michigan av I 
25 Meek [ R 

100 Georgia 
125 Bites I 

175 Lord 1 

195 Harrison 
201 Cedar i 

203 Deloss I 

225 English av I y 

226-<pannav f-^ 

229 t'letcher av 
2:!5 Hoyt av I 

271 Huron I 

271 Lexington av } 
273 Elm 1 

275 Pleasant 
285 Hosbrook t ii- 
•2.S5Elk ( " 

376 Woodlawnav I 
■100 Prospect I 

DIVISION (Bright- 
wood), fr Rural e to 
Bloyd av, first s of 
Glen Drive D 

James 
Harriet 
Wheeler 
Morris 
Waverly 



forrls, first w 
of Warren Q 

Cottage av 

Woodburn 

BSBav 
DORA (Iryington), fr 
Line e, first s of Clif- 
ford av A 

LeUind 

Ray 



Euclid Drive 

DORCAS, fr Henrietta 
w, first s of Washing- 
ton P 

DORMAN, fr E New 
York n to Clifford av. 
first w of Archer Y 
50 Vermont 
100 Michigau 
173 Campbell 
256 St Clair 
30O John 
350 Madison 

DOUGHERTY, fr 540 S 
East e to Virginia av, 
first n of Coburn U 
133 Wright ) 

197 McKernan J V 
296 Short ) 

DOUGLASS, fr Market u 
to Indiana av, first e 
of Blake y 

100 Ohio 
150 New Y'ork 
202 Vermont 
258 Michigan 
::20 North 
350 Center 
400 Elizabeth 

DOWNEY, fr 600 Madi- 
son av e to East, sec- 
ond south of Morris T 
52Kennington 
96 Franklin 

DOWNEY AV (Irving- 
ton), fr Washington 
avse toEitter, first e 
ofOhmerav A 

DRAKE, fr N West w. 
fifth n of First M 

eOOrigon 

DOWNING AV (Haugh- 
ville). fr Michigau 3 to 
Vermont, first e of 
O 



first w of State 
50 Cypress 
DROVER (Wl).fr South 
s to Belt Ry, first w of 



Cottage av j " 
Woodburn av ) 
River av R 

Morris ) 

DUGDALE, frBelt R B 
11, first e of Meridian S 
DUNCAN, fr 250 S Dela- 
ware e to New Jersey T 
50 Alabama 
DUNLOP. tr 543 Madison 
av e to East, third s of 
Morris T 

40 Kennington 
80 Franklin 
DUPONT, fr Michigan 
av s to Prospect, first 
e of Canby X 

Lester 



DYE, fr W Twenty-sec- 
ond n to Twenty- 
fourth, first w of 
Brown / 

50 Twenty-third 

EAGLE, fr Sanders s. 
first w of Hartford U 

EARHART, fr Prospect 
to Wallace, third e of 
Belt R R W 

EARL AV arvington), 
fr English av s to Hu- 
ron, first w of Dayton 



98 Ohio 
125 Miami 
150 New Y'ork 
175 Lockerbie 
198 Vermont 
250 Michigan 
250 Mass av 
310 North 
356 Walnut 
402 St Clair 



ton s to Garfield Park 
25 Pearl ) 

50 Maryland } B 

100 Georgia ) 

150 Louisiana ] 

160 Rockwood 
199 Virginia av | 

199 South •>W 
214 Stevens Place I 
265 Valley 

299 Merrill J 
339 Stevens 1 

399 McCarty i 
475 Bicking 

506 Buchanan I 

540 Dougherty [ 
578 Coburn i 

600 Morris | 

612Stilz 
624 Yeiser 
i;32 Sanders 
*)74 Downey ! ,r 

6S0 Dunlop r ^ 

704 Nebraska j 

738 Weghorst 
764 Line 'In Lane 
778 Gresham I 

784 Minnesota ! 

SOO Iowa I 

S24 Nevada 
840Thompkins I 
860 Beecher ; 

900 Sanford J 

EAST (Irvington). fr 
Washington av s, first 
e of Warren A 

EAST AV (Irvington), 
fr Grand ave. first sof 
C. St L & P Ry A 

EAST DRIVE, see 
Wood ruff Place 

EASTERN AV. fr Wash- 
ington n to Michigan, 
firstwof Temple av. 4 
Ohio 

ECKERT, fr 279 Ken- 
lucky av s to Merrill, 
first w of West Q 

ECONOMY, fr Biddle to 

St Clair, first e of Pine 

F 

EDDY, fr 75 W South s 
to Norwood -K 

50 Garden 
100 Merrill 

EDGEWOOD. fr Sanders 
8, first w of Wallace V 

EDWARD (Brightwood) 
fr Bee Line Ky n, first 
e of Lancaster D 

EDWARD (W I) fr Oli- 
ver av n, fourth w of 
Drover R 

EIGHTEENTH, fr Me- 
ridian w to Michigan 
road, first n of Seven- 
teenth J 

EIGHTEENTH, fr Col- 
lege av e, first n of j 
Sutherland av F 

EIGHTH, fr Talbott . 

e to Hillside av 
100 Alabama ( 

150 New Jersey ( 

200 ('entral av ) 
225 Ruckle \ 

300 Park av ) 
350 Broadway 1 

400 CoUege av \ 
475 Ash j- 
500 Bellefontaine 
524 Guffin I 



5;)2 Greenwood "| 
650 Cornell av i 
562 Alvord I 

fiOOYandes I,. 

650 Columbia av f '' 
700 Martindale av 
750 Newman 
800 Sheldon I 

EIGHTH, frN Meridian 
w to city limits K 

50 Illinois 
100 Tennessee 
150 Mississippi 

C, I, St L & C Ry 
Lennox 
Mill 
Michigan Road 

EITEL AV. fr Meridian 
e to Pennsylvania, 
first n of Twenty- 
eighth J 

ELDER AV. fr Washing- 
ton n to Beacon, sec- 
ond w of Belt R B P 

ELDRIDGE, fr Naomi s 
to Arlington av, first e 
of Shelby (14th Ward) 



ELEVENTH, fr Central 
av e to Martindale av. 
second n of Statf 
Ditch O F 

Ruckle 

Park av 

Broadway 

College av 

BeUefontaiue 
Cornell 

Y'andes 
Columbia av 
ELEVENTH, fr Merid- 
ian w to Mississippi J 
50 Illinois 
100 Tennessee 
150 Mississippi 
20O Highland Place 
ELIZABETH, fr Ellen w 
to citv limits, first n of 
North Jf 

48 Douglass 
82 Blake 
149 Agnes 
175 Locke 
204 Patterson 
224 Hiawatha 
233 MaxweU 
250 Wilson 
300 Barnhill 
ELK, fr 622 Virginia av 
n e to Dillon T' 

ELLA (Brightwood). fr 
Brinkman n, first e of 
Waverly D 

ELLEN, fr W North n 
to Indiana av, third 
w of West M 

33 Center 
61 Elizabeth 
ELLIOTT, fr Bloyd av 
n to Greenbrier Lane 



Arthur 

ELLIS, fr Willard 

Clifford av, first 



P 

I 



of 



ELLSWORTH, fr New 
York n to Vermont, 
firstwof Mississippi N 

ELM, fr Noble se to Dil- 
lon, first n of Virginia 
av r 

97 Pine 
175 Cedar 
•225 Grove 



STREKTS AND AVKNUI 



101 



ELM (Brightwood), fr 
School e to Lanca 
first n of Willow 

ELM AV (Irvington), fr 
Washington av n, first 
eof Blount av 



land av, fiflh w 
Michigan Road 
Francis 



KLWOOD, fr Michigan 
n to Elizabeth, first ( 
of Caldwell ( 

EMMA (N I), fr Shoe- 
maker n to Highland 
av, fourth w of Michi- 
gan Road L 

Addison 

Udell 

Francis 

Eugene 

Armstrong av 

EMMA AV, fr Colgrove 

s, first eof Mattieav V 

Winchester av 

Bryan av 

St Marie av 

Bradbury av 

Short 

Walker av 
EMRICH (Haughville), 
fr Belmont av vv, first 
11 of Clara 

ENGLISH, fr Harrison 
av e to Line av, first n 
of Manchester F 

Hamilton 

Adams 

Nicholas 

Baltimore av 

Hillside av 

Brouse av 
ENGLISH AV,fr 71 Har- 
rison s 6 to Dillon, 
thence e to city limlts^ 

11 Pine 
100 Cedar 
i:i9 Dillon 
•200 Olive 
212 Leota 
276 Linden 
SJO Spruce 
450 State av 
Auburn av 
Mir-higan av 
ENGLISH AV (Irving- 
ton), a continuation of 
English av A 

McPherson 
Lake av 
Thomas 
Star av 
King bridge 
Temperance 
Earl 

Dayton av 
Detroit av 
Worcester av 
Clyde av 
ERHART, fr Wood s, 
first e of Madeira ir 
50 Prospect 
100 Wallace 
ERIE, Ir Pearl s, first e 
of Alabama (10th 
Ward) B 

ERIE, fr E Washington 
s, first e of Grace B 
ERVVIN(Hanghvil!e),f,- 
Michigan n, fiinwof 
Merrit 

Summit 
Grandview av 
ETHEL (W I), fr Oliver 
av n, first w of Drover 
R 
ETHEL AV.fr Sixteenth 



n to Seventeenth, first 



; Ry n, first e 
of Edward D 

EUCLID AV, fr Wash- 
ington n to Michigan, 
first e of Colorado a\A 
Ohio 
EUCLID AV (N I), fr 
corner Michigan road 
and Addison n e L 
EUCLID DRIVE (Ir- 
vington), fr Clifl'ord 
ays, third e of Line A 
Dora 
Frank 
EUGENE (N I), fr Mich- 
igan Road w to 0, I, St 
L & C Ry, second n of 
Udell L 

Annette 
Rader 
Lulu 
Emma 
Elmira 
EUREKA AV, fr Mich- 
igan n to Orchard av, 
second w of Rural E 
Monroe 
Greencastle 
Clitford av 
Progress av 
Commerce av 
Pope av 
Brookside av 
EUTAW, fr Paca n w to 
First, first u of Indiana 
av jV 

EVERETT, fr Bloom- 
iogton w, second n of 
Washington P 

Decatur 
Pierce 
King 
Wright 
EVISON, f r 251 Prospect 
8 to Orange W 

EWING, fr Willard n to 
Clifford av, first e of 
Fay C 

EXCELSIOR AV, fr 
Michigan n to Orchard 
av, first w of Rural D 
Monroe 
Greencastle 
Clifford av 
Progress av 
Commerce av 
Pope av 
Brookside av 
EXPOSITION AV, fr 
Delaware e to Central 
av, first n of Ninth / 
riOTalbottav 
100 Delaware 
l.")© New Jersey 
174 Peek 
FAIRVIEW, fr Fall 
creek n, second w of 
of the Canal J. 

FAY, fr Willard ii to 
Clifford av, first e of 
Ellis 

FAY (W I), fr Jndfjo 
Hardingw to William, 
firsts of Morris Q 

FAYETTE, fr North n 
w to First, thence n to 
Fourth, first e of West 
M 
56 Walnut 
192 St Clair 
198 Pratt 
225 First 
252 Second 
300 Third 
FENNEMAN. fr Palmer 
e to Grand av, first w 
of Madison av T 

FERNWAY,fr Lawrence 
n e to corner Biovd 
av and Fountain D 
Cooper 



Paw Paw 
Katharine 
Hazel 
FIFTEENTH, fr N Me- 
ridian e to Central hv 
Pennsylvania ) , 
Talboit av ( ■' 
Delaware i 

Alabama [ / 

New Jersey ) 
FIFTEENTH, fr N Illi- 
nois w to Michigan 
Road J 

Andrews 
Tennessee 
Mississippi ) 
London av 
Berlin av > /. 

Paris av 
Indian'p'lisavJ 
FIFTH, fr 710 N Merid- 
ian e to Delaware / 
60 Pennsvlvani* 
FIFTH, fr 730 N Merid- 
ian w to the canal 
50 Illinois I 

100 Tennessee t r 

I25Brooker'salley f '' 
150 Mississippi J 
173C,LStL&CRv ) 
198 Howard " \ K 

265 Mill 
FINLEY AV, fr Shelby 
e, firsts of Bradbury V 
Boyd uv 
FIRST, fr528 N Merid- 



ian 1 



> Indii 



Illinois 
100 Tennessee ) J 

150 Mississippi ) 
200C,I,StLACRy) 
250 Howard \ K 

The Canal ) 

300 Fayette 1 

320 West I 

3>8 California 
376 Camp >Jf 

406 Paca I 

422 Pratt I 

450 Brooks J 

FITCH (Brightwood) fr 
Lancaster w to Pen- 
dleton Road D 
FLACK (Haughville), fr 
Belmont av w, first n 
of Washington P 

Muirav 
FLEET, fr Western av e 
to Harrison av, first n 
of Manchester F 

Park av 

Broadwav av 

College av 

Macy av 



Arling'on av 
FLETCHER AV, fr 
cor Noble and South 
se to Dillon, thence e 
to city limits X 

49 Pine 
98 Cedar 
150 Dillon 
200 Olive 
250 Linden 
300 Spruce 
400 State av 
FLETCHER AV (Irving- 
ton), fr Temperance c, 
first s of English av A 
Earl 

Dayton av 
Detroit av 
Worchester av 
Auvergne av 
Clyde av 
FLORA. (Clifton on the 
River), fr Grand av n, 
second w of Crescent 
L 
FLORAL AV, fr Fount- 
cin n w, first w of 
Canal L 



FLORAL AV (W I), fr 
Fall creek w to White 
river, first 8 of Jack- 
son L 

FLORENCE (Haugh- 
ville), fr Michigan n, 
first w of Erwin 
Summit 
Grand View av 

FORE~T AV, fr Suther- 
land n,firsteof Grand 
View F 

Nineteenth 

FORES r AV, fr Ohio to 
Michigan, first e of 
Gillard av A 

FORT WAYNE AV, fr 
300 N Pennsylvania n 
e to Central av G 

48 Walnut 
f8 .St Clair 
120 Pratt 
150 St Joseph 
194 Cherry 
200 St Mary 

FOUNDRY {Bright- 
wood),fr Beech n, first 



n to Hillside a . 
second w of Rural 1) 
Bloyd av 
Bodley 
Lineav 
Sutherland 
FOUNTAIN, fr Floral 
av w, first s of Panzy 

FOURTEENTH, fr N 
Meridian e to Central 
av 

Pennsylvania ) 
Thlbolt av [ J 
Delaware ) 

Alabama \ „ 

New Jersey j 
FOURTEENTH, fr N 
Meridian w to Ten- 
nessee, first n of Thir- 

60 Illinois 

100 Tennessee 

FOURTH, fr 680 N Illi- 
nois w to West 
112 Tennessee J 

I'SBrooker'salleyl 
150 Mississippi 

C.I,StL&CRy>7i 
210 Howard I 

2-25 Favetle J 

FOURTH (Irvington), fr 
Linee, firsts of Third 

FRANCIS (N I), fr 
North av n, second w 
of Schurmanu av L 
FRANCIS (N I), fr Mich- 
igan Road w to C, I, 
St L & C Ry, first n of 
Udell L 

Annette 

Rader 

Lulu 



FRANK, fr Prospect ti, 
first e of John W 

Jefferson 

FRANK, bets Meridian 
an I Union, a of Belt 

FRANK (Irvington), fr 

Line e, second s of 

Clifford av A 

FRANKLIN, fr 23!' E 

MorrisstoNebrnskiiT 

Yeiser 

Downey 






102 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



Belt Ey 
Michigan 

FREELAND, £r Michi- 
gan av s to Prospect, 
first e of Golay A' 

Lester 
Wood 
Aldrich 
FREMONT (BrooIiLlyu 
Heighta), fr Monroe w 
to Avondale L 

FREMONT (N I), fr 
Schurmann av e, first 
n of Jackson L 

FRENCH, fr Sheldon e 
to Hillside av. second 
n of Ninth D 

Atlas 
Picken 
Tipton 
FRONT (Stratford), fr 
Twin Lake av n w to 
Avon av, w of Sher- 
man Drive A 
FRONT (W I), fr Morris 
s to Lambert, first e of 
Belmont av Q 
FULTON. fr344 EWash- 
ington n e to St Clair, 
first e of L E & W Ry 
50 Market B 
100 Ohio 1 
150 New York 
•200 Vermont } Y 
1Mi(- 
I North 
G.^LE (Brightwood), fr 
Glen Drive n, first e of 
Shade D 
GALENA, frColgroven. 
second e of Shelby I' 
Le Grand av 
GARDEN, fr 250 S Me- 
ridian w to Mississippi 

50 Illinois 
76 Eddy 
100 Tennessee 
125 Willard 

GARFIELD AV, fr 
Washington n to Mich- 
igan, fourth e of Sher- 
man Drive A. 
Ohio 

GARFIELD PLACE, fr 
Lincoln av n to Sev- 
enth, between Belle- 
fontalne and Cornell 
av F 

GARLAND (W I), fr Oli- 
ver av n, second w of 
Drover Q 

GATLING, fr Iowa sto 
Raymond, first w of 
Shelby V 

Beecher 
Sanford 

GlCiSENDORFF, fr 402 
W Washington n to 
.\ew York P 

50 Market 
100 Ohio 

GENEVA, fr Auburn w, 
first s of English av X 

GENEVA (Haughville), 
fr Lafayette w, first n 
of Plymouth 



GEORGIA, fr 99 S Me- 
ridian e to Dillon B 
50 Pennsylvania 



100 Delaware 
150 Alabama 
200 New Jersey 
250 East 
Cook 
300 Liberty 
350 Noble 
373 Concordia 
399 Benton 
439 Pine 



50 Illinois 
98 Tennessee 
159 Kentucky av 
150 Mississippi 
175 Osage 
200 Missouri 
225 Cottrell 
250 West 
300 California 
350 Helen 
GERMANIA AV 
(Haughville), crossing 
Michigan n and s, first 
wofTremontav 
GERTRUDE AV, fr cor- 
ner Beach and Valley 
Drive to Lawrence, 
third e of Hillside avZ) 
GILBERT (W I), fr How- 
ard s to Miller, first e 
ofBelmontav Q 

GILLARDAV.fr Wash- 
ington to Michigan, 
fourth eof State av A 
Ohio 
GIMBEL, fr S East e. 
between Valley and 
Merrill V 

GIRARDAV.fr Nation- 
al av s to State av. 
second w of Aurora av 
Y 
GLADSTONE AV, fr 
Washington n to 
Michigan, fifth e of 
Sherman Drive A 
GLEN AV, fr Crawfords- 
ville Road n, second w 
of Fall creek N 

Hooker 
GLEN DRIVE, fr corner 
Line av and Fountain 
e to Rural, n e to Mor- 
ris, a e to C, C, C & St 
LRy D 

James 
Harriet 
Wheeler 
Morris 
Waverly 
Austin 
Stuart 
Shade 
Gale 
Station 
GOLAY, fr Michigan av 
s to Prospect, first e of 
Dupont X 

Wood 

Aldrich 
GOOD AV (Irvington), 
frC, St L& PR Rs to 
Eastav, first w of Line 

GOODWIN, fr E Michi- 
gan s to Washington. 
firs w of Belt R R C 
Vermont 
New York 
GR ACE, f r Washington s 
to Moore av, first e of 
Rural A 

GRACELAND AV, frW 
Twenty-second n to 
Twenty-sixth, first w 
of Tennessee J 

50 Twenty-fourth 
100 Twenty-fifth 
GRAHAM, fr Hillside 
av e to Gertrude av, 
first n of Valley Drive 
D 
Tallman av 
HoUowav av 
GRAHAM (Irvington), 
fr Walnut avn, first e 
of Maxwell A 

GRAND A V, fr Meridian 
e to Madison av, first 



(15th 



s of Pal: 
Ward) 

GRAND AV, fr S Me- 
ridian w to White 
river, first s of Arizona 
(15th Ward) S 

Illinois 
Tennessee 
GRAND AV, fr Man- 
chester n to Heath, 
first eofLE&WRR 



ving av, thence s e to 
Line, first s of Uni- 
versity av A 

GRAND AV (Clifton on 
the River) fr Crescent 
w, firsts of Baker L 

GRAND VIEW, fr Suth- 
erland av n to Twenty- 
second, second e of 
College av F 

GRAND VIEW A V 
(Haughville), fr La- 
fayette Road w, fourth 
n of Michigan 

GRANT, fr 322 S West w 
to Rose R 

GRAY, fr Gresham s to 
Raymond, second e of 
East T 

50 Beecher 
100 Sanford 

GRATDON (Woodside), 
fr Auburn av e to Ru- 
ral, first n of Michigan 



Shn 



(irpe av 

GRAYDON, fr Sycamore 
a, first e of Asbury W 

GREEN AV, fr Auburn 
av se to Prospect, first 
n of Big Four Tracks 



GREENBRIER LANE, 
fr Lawrence n e to 
Hillside av, first s of 
Hillside av D 

Bloyd av 
GREENCASTLE AV, fr 
Keystone av e to Ru- 
ral, first s of Clifford 
av C 

Eureka av 
Excelsior av 
GREENFIELD (Irving- 
ton), fr Ritter av e, 
first 8 of C, H & D Ry 
A 
GREENWOOD,frEighth 
n to Bruce, first w of 
L E & W Ry F 

Ninth 
50 Tenth 
100 Twelfth 
150 Clyde 
GREER, fr 44 Stevens s 
to Buchanan V 

50 McCarty 
GREER ALLEY, fr Mis- 
souri w to West, first 
n of Merrill R 

60 Missouri 
GREGG, fr New Jersey e 
to Park av, first u of 
St Clair Q 

,",9 East 
GRESHAM, fr East e lo 
Shelby, third n of Belt 
RR V 

Gray 
New 
Wallack 
GROVE, fr 540 Virginia 
av n e lo corner of 



Dillon and Fletcher 
av VW 

15 Hosbrook 
100 Elm 
140 H uron 
GROVE (N I), fr North 
av n, fourth e of White 
river £ 

GROVE AV. fr Twenty- 
first n to Twenty sec- 
ond, first e of Forest 
av F 

GROVER (N I), fr On- 
tario n to McLene, 
second w of the canal 
L 
Wells 
GUFFIN, fr Seventh n 
to Eighth, between 
Bellefontaine andCor- 
nellav F 

H ADLEY, f r Agnes w to 
Patterson, first n of 
North Jf 

HADI-EY AV (W I), fr 
Drover s w to Johnson, 
first 8 e of I & V Ey R 
Morris 
York 
Stack 
Belt Ry 
Miller 
HALL, fr Washington 
B, first eof Tuxedo A 
HALL PLACE, fr 74 W 
Seventh n to Twelfth, 
first w of Illinois J 
50 Ninth 
100 Tenth 
HAMILTON, fr Man- 
chester n to Howland, 
first e of Harrison avi) 
English 
HAMILTON AV, fr 
Michigan n to Clifford 
av, second e of Wood- 
ruff Place B 
Monroe 
HAMPTON, fr Clifford 
av 8, first e of Rural C 
HANN. fr Greenbrier n 
e to Fountain, first e 
of Hillside av D 
HANNA, fr Washington 
n to Clifford av, flr»t 
e of Highland B 
50 Market 
100 Ohio 



800 Campbell 
350 St Clair 
400 John 
450 Madison 
HANWAY, fr 633 S Me- 
ridian e to Chestnut, 
firsts of Morris S 

Locust 

Union 



of Wood 
HARLAN, fr Harrison 
av e to Baltimore av, 
first s of Brinkman D 
Schofleld av 
Sangster av 
Man love ay 
HARLAN, fr Prospects 
to Pleasant Run. first 
w of Pleasant av (14th 
Ward) W 

Orange 
HARMON, fr 125 E 
South s to McCarty II 
24 Bane 
47 Duncan 
89 Merrill 
HARRIET (Bright- 
»ood), fr Bloyd av n. 



first eof James 
Park 
Division 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



103 



Glen Drive 
HAKRIS, fr North n to 
Elizabeth, first w of 

HARkIs AV (W I), fr 
Washington s, flrst w 
of Ruth P 

Jackson 
Bertha 
Ida 

Victoria 
Oliver av 
HARRISON fr 176 S 
Noble e to Dillon (13th 
Ward) -^ 

20 Concordia 
46 Benton 
67 English av 
104 Pine 
160 Utenbach 
HARRISON A V fr 
Twelfth n to L E & W 
RR, fifth e of Coluni^ 

Clyde 
Bruce 
Davldge 
Brinkman 
Jennison 
Belle 
Rebecca 
Manchester 
Fleet 
English 
Heath 
Howland 
HARTFORD, fr Sanders 
B, fii-st w of Edgewood 

HARVEY, fr Washing- 
ton n.to Market, firM 

HADGH (Hanghville), 
fr Vermont n to Sum 
mit, first w 



Jefferson 
liexlngton 
Hoyt av 
Fletcher av 
Spann av 
HIATT (W I), fr Morn 
8 to Miller, flrst e o 
Belmont av < 

Lambert 
Howard 
HIAWATHA, frW\ei 
mont n to Davii 
fourth w of Blake . 
Michigan 
North 
Elizabeth 
Rhode Island 
Margaret 
HIBBERL) AV (N I>, fr 
the Canal w to Sehur- 
mann av, first n of Col- 
lett av i 

Franklin 
Bond 
HIGH, fr 184 E MeCarty 
s to Coburn u 

23 Wyoming 
70 Bicklng 
HIGHLAND AV, fr 
Washington n to Mi- 
ami, fourth e of Noble 



HINTON, fr Brightwood 
av 6 to Mineral, first n 
of Clifi'ord av C 

HOLBORN, fr Hiawatha 
w, firsts of Michigan^ 

HOLLIS, fr Sterling e to 
Tecumseh, first u oi 
Clifford av C 

pple Tree Lane 



HOLLX)WAY AV, - 
Beech n to Lawrence, 
first c of Tallman D 

HOLLOWAY AV (Iry- 
inston). fr Brookfield 
av n to C, H & D R R. 
third e of National 

HOLLY AV (W I), fr 
Oliver av s w, first w 
of Birch av ^ ^ Q 

HOLMES, fr Bradshaw 
8 to Buchanan, first e 
of Sullivan V W 

HOLMES AV (Haugh 
-ille), crossing MIchi- 



and 



; av 



HAWKINS (Irvington). 
f r Huron av s to Ayres, 
first w of Sugar A 

Keightley 

Daggy 

HAZEL, fr Valley Drive 
n to Bloyd av, first w 
of Fountain D 

Lawrence 
HEATH, fr Grand av e 
to Harrison av, second 
n of Manchester F 
Royal av 
Arlingt™ av 
HELEN, fr 319 W Wash- 
ington s to Georgia P 
25 Pearl 
M Maryland 
75 Chesapeake 
HELEN (Haughvile), fr 
Michigan n, flrst w of 
Florence " 

Summit 
Grandviewav 
HENDRICKS, f r Nebras- 
ka 8 to Lincoln Lane, 
Fccond e of Madison . 

HENRIETTA, fr Wash- 
ington s to Maryland, 
first w of White rlverP 
Dorcns 
HENRY, fr 235 S Misais- 
Kippi w to Missouri R 
HERBERT, see Elev- 
enth 
HERBERT (N I), fr Gent 
to Sugar Grove, first n 
of Vorster av L 

HERMAN (14th Ward) 
fr Quince e, flrst 8 of 
Prospect W 

HERM ANN.f r447 EOhio 
8 to Market B 

HESTER, fr Prospect n 
to English av, fourth 
e of State av Jf 



50 Market 
100 Ohio 

[IGHLAND AV 
(HanehvlUe), fr Mich- 
igan u, first w of Con- 

HIGHLAND AV (N I), 
f r Michigan Road w to 
the Canal, flrst n of 
Armstrong ^ 

Annette 
Rader 
Lulu 
Emma 
Elmira 
HIGHLAND PLACE, fr 

Tenth n, first 

Missiasippi 



Eleventh 
Twelfth 
Marlette Drive 
Fall Creek 
HIGHWATER, fr675W 
Vermont n toNorth iv 
Michigan 
HILL, fr Cypress s, sec- 
ond e of Shelby (14ih 
Ward) ,, I' 

HILL, fr 691 8 Meridian 
e to Chestnut, first s 
of Hanway (15th 
Ward) S 

Locust 
Union 
HILL A V, freer Colum- 
bia and Home avs n e 
to Sixth , -D 

71 Martindale av 
100 Newman 
150 Sheldon 
HILLSIDE AV, fr cor of 
Sixth and Hill av ne 
to English i* 

Clarke 
50 Seventh 
Ingram 
90 Montana 
124 Eighth 
14fi Be»ch 
186 Ninth 
250 French 
328 Bioyd av 
350 Twelfth 
400 Blackmore 
Baltimore av 
Caroline av 
Brinkman 
Jennison 
Belle 
Rebecca 
Manchester 



HOME AV, fr 632 N 
Pennsylvania e to Co- 
lumbia av 1 
Delaware i 

Alabama ) c 

New Jersey S 

Central av \q 

3-22 Park av ( 

333 Broadway ) 

370 College av , I 

Ash ) 

Bellefontaine 1 
500 Cornell av , 

L E & W Ry \\ 

Alvord I 

/KEK. fr Fall creei 

first s of Austin I 

Trumbull 

HOPE (Brightwood), fr 

Beech n, first e of 

Foundry „ _, •" 

HOPKINS AV (Irving- 

tnn) fr Brookville 

Road n e to HoUoway 



Adams 
Nicholas 
Baltimore av 
Line av 
Brightwood av 
School 
HOYT AV, fr near cor 
of Grove and Dillon e 

50 Olive 
100 Linden 
160 Spruce 
200 State av 
HUBBARD, fr Clifibrd 
s. flrst e of Hampton C 
HUDSON, fr E Vermont 
n to Ft Wayne av, be- 
tween Delaware and 
Alabama ff 

126 Michigan 
North 
Walnut 
HUMBOLDT, fr Mil- 
burn w to Post av, 
first n of Richard /. 
HUMBOLDT A\ 
( Brightwood). fr How 
land s to Schofleld, 
third e of University 

HUNTINGTON, see W 

Second 
HURON, fr 250 Virginia 
av e to Noble, thence 
s e to Dillon V W 

10 School 
4S Noble 
89 Pine 
175 Cedar 
256 Grove 
HURON AV (Irving- 
ion), frTemperancee. 
first s of Fletcher ftVJl 
Hawkins 
Sugar 
Worchester av 



HOSBROOK, fr Cedar s 
e to Dillon, flrst n of 
Virginia av V W 

81 Grove 
162 Elk 
HOUSTON, fr Talbott 
av w, first s of Expo- 
sition av ■" 
HOUSTON (Bright- 
wood), fr Warren u to 
Bee Line Ry. first e of 
Bentwood D 
HOWARD, fr First n to 
Seventh, first e of the 
canal A 

Second 
102 Third 



128 



lith 



150 Fourth 
184 Cora 
218 Fifth 
Sixth 
HOWJ> RD(WI),fr Judge 
Harding w, second 8 
of Morris Q 

William 
Reisner 
McLain 
Lee 

Shepard 
Gilbert 
Belmont av 
HOWLAND, fr Macy av 
e to National av, third 
n of Manchester 
Royal ■> 

Arlington 



Harrison av j 
Hamilton J 



first 3 ot Berina r 

ILLINOIS, fr 48 WWash- 

ii.glon n to Thirtieth 

50 Market 
75 Wabash 

100 Ohio 

150 New York 

200 Vermont 

250 Michigan 

300 North 

850 Walnut 

400 St Clair 

442 Pratt 

502 St Joseph 

526 First 

566 Second 

630 Third 

680 Fourth 
730 Fifth 
778 Sixth 
827 Seventh 
850 Eighth 
902 Ninth 
975 Tenth 

1024 Eleventh 

1100 Twelfth 

1150 Thirteenth 

1162 Fourteenth 

1200 Fifteenth 

1250 Sixteenth 

1300 Seventeenth 
1400 Nineteenth 
1500 Twentieth 
1550 Twenty-first 
1600 Twenty-second 
1700 Twenty-fourth 
1750 Twenty-fifth 
ISOO Twenty-sixth 
1850 Twenty-seventh 
1900 Tweutyeigtth 
1950 Twenty ninth 

ILLlNOIS.fr 49 W Wash- 
ington s to city llmlta 



26 Pearl 

60 Maryland 



104 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



75 Chesapeake 
100 Georgia 
125 MobUe 
160 Lonisiana 
175 McNabb 
200 South 
250 Garden 
300 Merrill 
340 Norwood 
396 McCarty 
474 Ray 
527 Wilkins 
r)76 Morris 
600 Kansas 
650 Wisconsin 
INDIANA. AV, fr 
of Ohio and llllnoi 
w to Vorster av 
52 New York 
100 Vermont 
154 Michigan 
2011 North 
252 California 
30O Blackford 
814 Ellen 
340Paca 
366 Douglass 
400 Blake 
428 Athon 

( Locke 
462^ First 

( Davis 

Milbum 

La Salle 

Rembrant 

Post 



Fall Creek 
INDIANAPOLIS AV, fr 
Michigan Eoad and 
Fall Crepk n to 
Twenty-fourth, first w 
of Paris av L 

Fifteenth 

Sixteenth 

Twentieth 1 

Twenty first 

Twenty-second 

Twenty- third 

IKGRAM. fr Hillside av 

n e to Beech, third n 

of C, C, C & I Ry (1st 

Ward) D 

Nevada 
INGRAM, fr Abigail e, 
flrftnofBeecher(141h 
Ward) V 

10WA,fr J, M& I Rye 
to Shelby, second n of 
Belt R R T 

East 

Singleton 

Gray 

Applegate 

New 

McRae 

Wallack 

Gatling 
IKON AV (N 1), f r Jack- 
son 8, third w of Fall 
Creek L 



I ton Road s e to TaU'e 

first e of Rural £> 

JACKSON, fr Belt Ry n 

to Brinkman, first e of 

Sheldon D 

! Clyde 

Bruce 

[ Davidge 

! J A C K S O N (N I), fr 

I Schnrmann av e to 
Rader. first s of Fre- 



Iron av 
Baxter av 
Lexington av 
JACKSON (W I), fr Har- 
ris w, first s of National 
Road P 

JACKSON PLACE, fr 
McCrea Place w to Il- 
linois, first s of Geor- 
gia J 
JAMES (Brightwood), 
fr Bloyd av n. first e of 
Rural D 
Park 
Division 
Glen Drive 
Brinkman 
JAPAN, see East 
JECK, fr Wright e to 
Shelby, first n of Roll 

Barth av 

Wallack I 

JEFFERSON, frStateav I 

e to Auburn av, first n 

of Prospect W j 

John 

Frank 

William ' 

St Peter I 

JEFFERSON AV, f r | 

Washington n to 

South Brookside. third 1 

e of Woodruff Place .! 1 

Ohio 

Michigan B 

Monroe "I 

Clifford av [c' 
Orange av J 
JENNISON, fr LE&W I 
Ry e to Lin.- kv, fifth 
n of Twelfth 

Yandes "1 

Columbia av I „ 
MarlindsUeav f' 
Harrison av J 1 
Schofleld ■) I 

Sangster av 
Manlove av 



BeiDiont av, first s of 
Miller Q 

Reisner 

McLain 



AV, fr Wash- 
ington n to Michigan, 
first e of Randolph A 
Ohio 
JOHNSON AV (Irving- 
ton), fr Washington 
avse, first e of Kilter 

JONES, fr S West w to 
White river, first n of 
Morris S 

76 Dakota 

JONES, fr the canal w, 
first n of Fall creek L 

JONES (Irvington), 
crossing Cherry n and 
s, first e of Line A 

JONES (N I), fr Lexing- 
ton w to Schnrmann 
av, first not Jackson L 

JUDGE HARDING (W 
I), fr W Washington s 
to Kavmond, first w of 
■ iglou P 



Oliver f 

Morris 

Lambert 

Howard 

Miller 



IRVINGTON AV (Ir- 
vington), crossing 
Lake av e an>l w, first 
8 of Washington av A 

IRWIN, fr 300 College 
av c to L E & W Ry, 
third n of Christian 
av F 

25 Ash 

511 Bellefontaine 
100 rornell av 

ITTENBACH, frC, I, St 
L & C R R 8 to Har 
rison, firsteof Pine J 
Lrrd 

ISMOND(^I), fr Vors 
ter nv n, first w of 
Mansfield av L 

rVY LANE, fr Pendle- 



Caroline av 
Hillside av 
B rouse av J 

JENNISON (Irvington), 
fr Third n, first e of 
Line A 

JOHN, fr 371 Massachu- 
setts av s e to Peru av, 
thence e to Haiina (1st 
Ward) C 

.50 C, C. C & I Ry 
75 Dormau 
126 Archer 
152 Belle 
JOHN, fr Prospect n to 
Lexington av, first e 
of State av (9th Ward) 
W 
Jefferson 
Pleasant 
JOHNSON, fr Bright- 
wood av e to Mineral, 
fourth nof Clifford av 
D 
J O H N S O N (W I), fr 
Judge Harding w to 



JULIAN AV (Irving- 
ton, frMapleave, first 
s of Washington ar A 

JUNCTION AV (Irving- 
ton), fr Ritier avs eto 
Central av, first w of 
C, H & D R R A \ 

JUPITER, fr Bee Line 

Ry s to Coyner. first e 

of Samoa C 

Brookside av 

KANKAKEEALLEY.fr I 
Michigan n to North. I 
first e of Tennes>^ee K 

KANSAS, fr 620 S Me- 
ridian w to Carlos 5 ' 
50 Illinois ; 

100 Tennessee I 

KAPPrS(W I), frMor- j 
ris s to Miller, first w 1 
of Shepard Q j 

KATHARINE, fr Fern- 
way n to Blovd av, 
first e of Paw Paw Z> 

KAUFMAN PLACE, fr 
u endof Smilh'sLane 
e to East V 

KEATON (Irvington), fr 
Line e, first n of Wal- 



of Middle 
Kingbrldge 
Temperance 
Hawkins 

Sugar I 

KEITH, fr Sfoughtoii av 
n to Louise, first e of 1 
Newman C \ 

KENNINGTON. fr 168 E | 
Morris s to Lincol 
Lane 

53 Yeiser 
43 Downey 
66 Dnnlop 

100 Nebraska 
KENTUCKY AV, i 
corner Illinois an 
Washington s w to cit 
limits 

54 Maryland 
1110 Georgia 
ISO Louisiana 
200 South 



KENTUCKY AV (W I). 

see Hadley av 
KENWOOD AV. fr W 
Twentv-second n to 
Twenty sixth, first w 
of Hlinois -r 

Twenty-fourth 
Twenty fifth 
KETCHAM.frE Merrill 
s to Sinker, first e of -"^ 
Alabama U 

KETCH AM (Haugii- 
ville), fr Michigan » to 
Vermont, first w of 
Haugh i> 

KEYSTONE AV, ir 
Michigau n to 8 Brook- 
side av. fifth e of 
Woodruff Place C 

Slonroe 
Greencastle 
Clifford av 
Progress 
Commerce av 
Stoughton 
Pope av 
KING, fr Archer e lo 
Hanna, between Ver- 
mont and Michigan 
(8th Ward) B 

KING (see E Fifth), frN 
Delaware w to Penn- 
sylvania, first n of 
Home av 1 

KING, fr Washington n 
to Market, fourth w of 
State (5th Ward) A 
Springfield 
Walnut 
KING AV(naughvine), 
crossing Michigan n 
and s, first w of Ger- 
mania av O 

KINGaN, fr 471 S West 
w to White river R 
KINGBRIDGE (Irving- 
ton), fr English av s 
to Ayres. first w of 
Temperance A 

Pure 
Brown 
Slack 
Middle 
Keightley 
Daggy 
Long 
KNOX, fr Shelby w to 
Dexter, second s of 
Brandt V 

KNOX, a continuation 
of Auburn fr Bethel 
RV s V 

Reformers av 
Pleasant av 
Colgrove 
Walker av 
KOERNER, fr 345 S Del- 
aware to Harmon T 
KOLLER.fr Arsenal av 
e to N 8tate av, first n 
of Ohio B 

LAFAYETTE, frFirstn 
to Seventh, first e of 
Howard K 

Second 
Third 
Fourth 
Fifth 
Sixth 
LAFAYETTE (Brook- 
lyn Heights), fr Tur- 
ner av w to Fremont 
av, second n of Mon- 
roe L 
LAFAYETTE (Haugh- 
ville). fr Crawfords- 
ville Pike n, first w of 
White River 
LAFAYETTE AV, con- 
tinuation of Bloom- 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



105 



Ington n to Limits, 

first w of White riverO 

LAFAYETTE ROAD, a 

continuation of Lb- 

iayette av, first w of 

White riTer O 

Michigan 

Summit 

Grand View av 

LAKE (N I), fr Fall 

Creek w, firsts of Chi- 

LAKE AV (Irrington); 
fr Washington av s, 
first e of National av 

LAKE AV (Stratford), 

fr English av n e to 

Thomas, first e of JIc- 

Pherson A 

Sherman Drive 

LAMBETH, fr Clifford 

av n to Brookside av, 

second w of Windsor 

av C 

Omer 

Park Front av 
LAMBERT (W I), fr 
Judge Harding w to 
Belmont av, first s of 
Morris Q 

William 
Reisner 
McLain 
Lee 

Shepard 
Kappus 
LANCASTER (Bright- 
wood), fr Bee Line Ry 
n, first e of Adair D 
LANCASTER AV, fr 
Clifford av n, first e of 
Lebanon av C 

Progress av 
Pope av 
LANGLEY AV, fr Hill- 
side av s e to Beech, 
thence n e to Hazel, 
first n of Valley Drive 
D 
Thai man 
Gertrude 
Beech 
LANGSDALE AV, fr 
Michigan Road w, sec- 
ond s of Fall Creek L 
LaPORTE av (Bright- 
wood), fr Howlaiid s 
to Schofield, second e 
of University av D 
LAKCH, fr Orange av n 
e, first w of Jefferson 

LaSALLE, fr Indiana 
av n, first w of Mil- 
burn L \ 
LaSALLE, fr Washing- , 
ton s, first e of Dear- i 
born A 1 
LAURA (W I), fr Wash- 
ington s, first w of 
Belmont av Q 
Jackson 
LAUREL, fr Prospect s 
to Cypress, third e of 
Shelby W 
109 Orange 
140 Smithson 
Willow 
LAWN (Brightwood), fr 
Warren n, first e of 
Shade D 
LAWRENCE, fr corner 
Greenbrier Lane and 
Hillside av s e to Ru- 
ral D 
Gertrude av 
Femway 
Beech 
Hazel 
Fountain 
LEBANON AV, fr f'lif- 
ford av n, first e of 
Waverlyav C 



n to Morris, third e of 
Belmont av Q 

Miller 
Howard 
Lambert 
LEEDS, fr Traub av w 
to Belmont av, first n 
of Washington P 

LeGRAND (Brooklyn 
Heights), fr Monroe n 
to Avondale, second 
w of Turner av L 
LeGRAND a V, fr Mad- 
ison av w to White 
river, first n of Belt 
RR S 

Le GRAND AV, fr 
Shelby e to city limits, 
first n of Colgrove V 
Leonard 
Galena 
Clark 
Mabel 
LELAND, see Blake 
LELAND (Irvington), 
fr Clifford av s, first e 
of Line A 

LENA (Irvington), fr 
Worchester e to Na- 
tional av, first s of 
Watkinson A 

LENOX, fr Seventh n to 
Ninth, first w of C, I, 
St L & C Ry K 



North, between East 
and Liberty 1' 

LEONARD, fr Colgrove 
N to LeGrand av, first 
e of Shelby V 

LEOTA, fr 126 Michigan 
av s to English av X 
m Meek 
100 Bates 

C, I, St L & C Ry 
150 Louisiana 
200 Harrison 
Deloss 
LESTER, fr Auburn av 
e to Freeland, firsts of 
English av X 

Cannon 
Pay 



Crawford 
Canby 
Dupont 
Golay 



50 Olive 
100 Linden 
150 Spruce 
200 Stale av 
220 John 
270 Frank 
William 
Hester 
LEXINGTON AV (N 
I), fr Jackson s, first 
w of Fall Creek I 

LIBERTY, f r 300 E Wash 
ington n to Massachu 
setts av F 

25 Court 1 

50 Market 

78 Wabash 
100 Ohio 

125 Miami I -,; 

150 New York f ' 

166 Lockerbie 
213 Vermont 
248 Michigan 
296 North J 

LIBERTY,! r 299 E Wash 
ington s to South I 

60 MarvLind 

75 Meek 
100 Georgia 
150 Louisiana 



Rockwood 
LILY, fr cor Brookside 
av and Crown e to 
Parker av, first n of 
Orchard av C 

Rural 
Urbana 
LINCOLN AV, fr 237 
Central av e to New- 

200 Park av O 

225 Broadway 1 

250 College av I p 

270 Ash f-^ 

300 Bellefontaine J 
350 Cornell av ] 
Alvord I « 

Yandes p 

Columbia av J 
Martindale av 
LINCOLN AV (Wl).fr 
Jackson s to Victoria, 
first w of Harris P 
LINCOLN LANE, fr 
Madison av e, fifth s 
of Morris T 

Kennington 
Hendricks 
East 
LINCOLN PLACE, see 

Highland Place 
LINDEN, fr Harrison s 
to Cypress, second e of 
Dillon 



u 



English a 
Spann av 
Fletcher av 
Hoyt av 
Lexingtonavl 
Pleasant | 
Woodl'nav i. 
Prospect f 
Orange I 

Willow J 



LINE AV, fr Bloyd av 
n to Thirtieth, third 
e of Hillside av D 

Fountain 

Sutherland 

Brlnkman 

Jennison 

Belle 

Rebecca 

Manchester 

English 

Howland 
LINWOOD AV, f r Wash- 
ington n to Michigan, 
seventh e of Sherman 

Ohio 
LOCKE, fr 175 Elizabeth 
n to Indiana av N 
50 Rhode Island 
lU Margaret 
121 Maria 
LOCKERBIE, fr East e 
to Noble,betweenNew 
York and Vermont Y 
50 Liberty 
LOCUs'T, see Charles 
LOGAN, fr Plymouth s 
to Raymond, first w of 
East T 

LONDON AV, fr Fall 
creek n to Twenty- 
second, first w of Mis- 
sissippi J 
Fifteenth 
Sixteenth 
Twentieth 
Twei.ty firs.t 
LONG (Irvington), fr 
Star av e, first s of 
Dagsy A 
Kingbridge 
Temperance 
Hawkins 
Sugar 



LORD, fr 164 S Noble e 
to Dillon X 

24 (;oncordla 
44 Benton 
Pine 

Itlenbach 
LORRAINE, fr Langley 
av n to Lawrence, first 
w of Hazel Z> 

LOUISE, f r Newman n e 
to Orange av, first n 
of Stoughton av C 



LOUISIANA, fr 14i> S 
Meridian e to Noble X 
60 Pennsylvania 
100 Delaware 
150 Alabama 
200 New Jersev 
260 East 
275 Cook 
300 Liberty 
350 Noble 

LOUISIANA, fr 150 S 
Meridian w to Ten- 
nessee R 

McCrea 
60 Illinois 

LOUTHAIN, fr Willow 
s, first e of Spruce V 

LOW (Clifton ou the 
River), fr Grand av n, 
first w of Crescent L 

LOWELL (WD, fr Bel- 
mont av w, first n of 
Morris Q 

LUDLOW LANE, f r cor 
Hill and Hillside avs 
n e to VaUey Drive D 

LULU (N 1), fr Wells n 
to Highland av, third 
w of Michigan Road L 
McLene 
Shoemaker 
Addison 
Udell 
Francis 
Eugene 
Armstrong 
LUTHER, fr Bethel av 
s, first e of Calvin W 
Reformer's av 
LYNN, fr Michigan av 
s to Bates, first e of 
Leota (9th Ward) B 
LYNN, fri, D&W Ryn 
to Michigan, first e of 
Belmontav (5th Ward) 
P 
50 New York 
lOO Vermont 
130 Wilcox 
LYNN AV (W I), fr 
Bridges w to Belt, first 
eofNordykeav R 
Mccarty, fr 399 S Me- 
ridian e to Virginia 



31 Charles 
61 Union 
71 Mulberry 
81 Madison av 

J, M&IR R 
114 Delaware 
124 Harmon 
150 Alabama 

iKor- ■ 



-u 



2S8 New Jersey I 
285 East 
317 Greer 

371 Beaty I 
412 Water J 
419 Sullivan V 
McCAKTY, fr 400 S Me- 
ridian w to White 

"vYllinois 1 

76 Maple i 

99 Tennessee > 8 

n.'iAnn 

133 McGinnis J 



106 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



155 Mississippi 1 
165 Meikel I 

199 Missouri )-R 
233 Chadwick i 
247 West J 

Mccarty (W I), fr Bel- 
mont av w, first, s of 
Oliver av Q 

McCAULEY, Jr 450 S 
Tennessee w to Mis- 
souri, first s oJ Mc- 
carty R 
10 Church 
McGill 
29 Meikel 
McCORD, fr Shelby e to 
Dietz, third s o£ Fin- 
ley av V 
Tindall 

Mccormick, ft Miiey 

av e, second n of 
Washington P 

McCREA, fr Georgia S 
to Louisiana, first w of 
Meridinn J 

McDOUGAL, fr Shelby 
e, first s of McCord V 

McGILL, fr 188 W Lou- 
isiana 8 to South R 

McG IN NIS, f rW McCarty 
s to Ray, second w of 
Tennessee S 

McCauley 

McINTyRE,fr750NWest 
w to Race if 

Oregon 

Mckenzie (see Ar- 
mour), fr Mississippi 
w. second n of Ninthi" 

McKERNAN, fr 213 Bu- 
chanan s to Sanders, 
second w of Virginia 
av VW 

100 Dougherty 
150 Coburn 

200 Morris 

MoKIM AV, fr 729 E 
Washington s to Will 
iams, between Orien- 
Inl and Arsenal av B 
McLAIN- (W I), fr Mor- 
ris s, first w of Reisner 
Q 
Larubert 
Howard 
Miller 
Johnson 
McLAIN (Wl).fr Mor- 
ris n, first w of Reisner 
McLENE (N Ii, fr Mich- 
isan Road w to Schur- 
mann av, fourth n of 
• jhicago L 



Lula 

Burton av 
Grover 
McNABB, fr 184 S Me- 
ridian wto Illinois S 
ilcOUAT, fr 176 Patter- 
son w to Hiawatha N 

Mcpherson (strat- 



Drive X 

Twin Lake av 

Slanton av 
McRAE, fr Iowa s to 
Raymond, fifth e of 
EHSt T 

50 Beecher 
100 Sanford 
MABEL, fr LeGrand av 
n, fourth eof Shelby V 
MACY AV, fr Man- 
i-hester n to Heath, 
firsteofLE&WEyJ!' 
Fleet 
MADEIRA, fr Prospect 
B, first e of Miami X 
Wallace 
MADISON, fr C, C, C J; 



ond n of St Clair C 
50 Dorman 
100 Archer 
MADISON AV,fr comer 
Meridian and South s 
e to Morris, thence s 
to city limits T 

100 Merrill 
125 Union 
150 Phipps 
187 Mccarty 
195 Ray 
300 Delaware 
350 Wilkins 
400 Coburn 
410 Davis 
425 Morris 
485 Yeiser 
500 Downey 
550 Dunlop 
582 Nebraska 

Palmer 
684 Lincoln Lane 
J, M&IRR 
692 Minnesota 

Sanford 

Raymond 
MALlNDA,fr Spruce w, 
first s of Smithson V 
MALOTT AV, fr comer 
Cliristian av and Cor- 
nell av n e to Columbia 
av E 

Alvord 
64 Yandes 
MANCHESTER, a con- 
tinuation of Twenlv- 
secondtrLEAWRR 
e to Morris, fourth n of 
Brinkman D 

Columbia av 

Martlndale av 

Grand av 

Royal av 

Arlington av 

Harrison av 

Schofield av 

Hamilton 

Sangster av 

Adams 

Manlove av 

Baltimore av 

(;aroline av 

Hillsideav 

Brouse av 

Line av 
MANHATTAN AV 
(Brooklyn Heights), fr 
Smith av e, first n of 
Monroe L 

MANKEDICK,fr Spruce 
e to State av, firsts of 
Orange W 

MANLOVE AV,fr Hill- 
side av n to Man- 
chester, third e of Har- 
rison av D 

Long Branch 

Blackmore 

Harlan 

Brinkman 

Jennison 

Belle 

Rebecca 
MANSFIELD AV (N I), 
fr Vorster av n, first w 
of Clara L 

MAPLE fr 73 W McCarty 
s to Morris, second w 
of Meridian S 

94 Ray 
142 Wilkins 
APLEA\ 
fr Cherry av 
of Central av A 

MARGARET, fr Smith 
w to Hiawatha, fourth 
n of North N 

25 Locke 
MARIA, fr Smith w to 
Locke, second n of 
Rhode Island If 



MARION AV (W I), fr 
Oliver av s to Wood- 
burn av, first e of 
Warren av Q 



State av, first n < 
Washington 
50 Pennsylvania 1 



100 Delaware 



190 New Jersey J 
•250 East -) 

300 Liberty }■ Y 

350 Noble J 

360 Spring 1 

366 Fulton 
396 Davidson 
450 Pine ( „ 

472 Hermann ( 

592 Highland 

Hanna 
721 Arsenal av J 

MARKET, fr Circle w to 
Blake, first n of Wash- 
ington 

60 Illinois J 

75 Muskingum al ] 
100 Tennessee 
150 Mississippi (. .. 
175 Osage alley f '^ 
208 Missouri 
250 West 
300 California 
350 Blackford 
400 GeisendoriT 

MARKLAND (Irving- 
ton), fr Fourth s, first 
e of Jennison 

MARLETTE DRIVE, fr 
N Mississippi w to 
Michigan Road, first s 
of Fall Creek L 

Highland Place 
Shriver 
Allfree 
Wendell 

MARTHA (W I), fr Bel- 
mont av w, between 
Howard and Miller 

MARTIN, fr Shelby w 
to Dexter, fifth 
Brandt 

MARTINDALE AV, fr 
Hill av n to Manches- 
ter, first eof Columbia 



to English av, second 
w of Auburn av X 
MASSACHDSETTS AV, 
fr the corner of Ohio 
and Pennsylvania n e 
to L E & W Ry. 
50 New York 
lOO Vermont 
150 Michigan 
20O North 
250 Walnut 
300 St Clair 
304 College av 
314 Oak 

329 Fulton 

330 Ash 

370 Bellefontaino 
450 Cornell av 

MATTIEAV.fr Warren 
7 n to Colgrove a 



to Davis, fifth 
Blake. 
55 Elizabeth 
100 Coe 



MEADOW.fr Fall creek 
and Hooker n, second 
e of Glen ave. M 

MECHANIC, fr E South 
s to Garden, betweeu 
Meridian and Penn- 
sylvania S 

MEEK, fr 64 S Liberty e 
to Leota B 

49 Noble 
70 Concordia 
102 Benton 
152 Pine 
208 Dillon 



60 Lincoln av 
132 Seventh 
160 Eighth 
210 Ninth 
276 Tenth 
320 Twelfth 

Clyde 

Bruce 

Davidge 

Brinkman 

Jennison 

Belle 

Rebecca 

Twenty-second 
MARYLAND, fr49S Me- 
ridian e to Alabama B 
50 Pennsylvania 
100 Delaware 
MARYLAND.fr SOSMe- 
ridianwto City Lim 

50 Illinois 
100 Tennessee 

Kentucky av 
148 Mississippi 
166 Osage alley 
200 Missouri 
249 West 
300 California 
339 Helen 

White river 

Henrietta 

Belmont av 

MASON, fr Madison 

Road e, second a of 

Raymond T 

MASON, fr Michigan s 



sissippi S 

60 McCauley 
MERIDIAN, from 2 W 
Washington n to city 
limits, dividing the 
city east and west J 
22 Circle 
94 Ohio 
152 New York 
210 Vermont 
252 Michigan 
304 North 
350 Walnut 
410 St Clair 
450 Pratt 
600 St Joseph 
528 First 
666 Second 
680 Fourth 
700 Fifth 
800 Seventh 
820 Eighth 
836 Ninth 
862 Tenth 
1000 Twelfth 
10-28 Thirteenth 
1100 Fourteenth 
1130 Fifteenth 
1190 Sixteenth 
Seventeenth 
Twentieth 
1700 Twenty-second 
Twenty-fourth 
Twenty-fifth 
Twenty-sixth 
Twenty-seventh 
Twenty-eighth 
Twenty-ninth 
MERIDIAN, fr 1 E 
Washington, s to city 



STREETS AND AVENUKS. 



Umit8. dividing the 
city east and west. 

25 Pearl 

49 Maryland 



57 Chesapeake 

irgia 
185 Mobile 



99 Georg 



149 Louisiana 
185 McNabb 
199 South 
225 Madison av« 
249 Garden 
299 Merrill 
319 Phipps 
399 Mccarty 
493 Ray 
643 Wilkins 
687 Morris 
620 Kansas 
683 Han way 
655 Wisconsiu 

Palmer 
678 Arizona 
Minnesota 
Raymond 
MERRILL, ir 300 S Me- 
ridian e to Virginia 
ave ^ ' 

60 Madison av 

Union 
60 Pennsylvania 
100 Delaware 
125 Harmon ti 

140 Ketcham 
145 Alabama 
200 New Jersey I 
250 East J 

MERRILL, fr 300 S Me- 
ridian w to Kentucky 
av J* 

50 Illinois 
75 Eddy 
100 Tennessee 
125 Willard 
150 Mississippi 
200 Missouri 
250 West 
292 Eckert 
300 Rose 
MERRIT (Hanghville), 
fr Michigan n, first w 
of Lafayette road O 
Summit 
Grandview av 
MIAMI, trN Meridian e 
to Noble and fr High- 
land to Hanna, be- 
tween Ohio and New 
York 

50 Pennsylvania 1 „ 
100 Delaware ) 

150 Alabama 1 

zOO New Jersey 



225 Clinton !■ Y 

250 East I 

300 Liberty J 

Highland 1 , 

Hanna ( 

MIAMI, fr Tennessee v 

to West, between Ohii 

and New York 1 

Roanoke 
60 Mississippi 
75 Osage alley 
100 Missouri 
130 Columbia alley 
MIAMI, fr Prospect 
to Wallace, first w of 
Madeira 
MICHIGAN, fr 249 
Meridian e 



1 Nation- 



al! 

SO Pennsylvania 
75 Susquehanna 

100 Delaware 

150 Alabama 

194 New Jersey 

250 East 

300 Liberty 

310 Cincinnati 

330 Noble 

380 Spring 



388 Fulton 1 

402 Davidson 

450 Pine I 

C, C, C & I Ry 
550 Dorman | 

60U Archer 
6 Bell 
675 Hanna 
70O Myla 
760 Arsenal av 
850 State av 
Walcott 
Randolph 
Woodruff PI 
Columbia av 
1034 Hamilton av 
lose Jefferson av 
1070 Ramsey av 
1079 Glllard av 

Keystone av 
1106 Forest av 
1112 Eureka av 
1118 Tacomaav 
1128 Excelsior av 
1134 Temple av 
Eastern av 
Rural 
Watts 
Belt R R 
ShermanDrlve 
Bradley 
"Jenny 
Itkinson 
Garfield av 
Gladstone av 
Colorado av 
Euclid ay J 
MICHIGA N,fr 250 N Me- 
ridian w to city limits 
50 Illinois 
100 Tennessee 
150 Mississippi 
20O Missouri 
250 West 
800 California 
348 Blackford 
3C6 Bright 
400 Douglass 
450 Blake 
475 Minerya 
671 Agnes 
695 Patterson 
604 Hiawatha 
650 Highwater 
White river 
Elwood 
Caldwell 
MlCHIGAN(Irvlngton), 
fr Wallace e, second n 
of Washington av A 
MICHIGAN AV, fr 503 
E Washington s e to 
National av 

Dillon 
128 Leota 

167 Oriental 
175 Quincy 
219 Warren 

McKim av 

Arsenal ay 
233 Summit 
269 State av 

Auburn av 

Woodside av 

English av 

Canby 

Dupont 

Golay 

ShermanDrlve 
MICHIGAN ROAD 
corner West and Sixth 
n to Thirtieth 
50 Seventh M 

100 Eighth ] 

160 Ninth 
200 Tenth 

Twelfth i 

Langsdale I , 

Wilmington f ''' 

Fifteenth 

Sixteenth 

Shoemaker 
Addison J 



Udell 1 

Francis 

Eugene \ L 

Armstrong 

Highland J 

MICK (Haughville), fr 

Belmont av w, first n 

of Grand View av 

MIDDLE, fr Mississippi 

to Howard, between 

First and Second K 

MIDDLE(Irvington), fr 

Star av e, first s of 

Slack A 

Kingbridge 

Temperance 

MIDDLE DRIVE, see 

WoodruffPlace 
MILBURN, fr Indiana 
av n, first w of Trum- 
bull L 
MILEY AV,frW Wash- 
ington u, first w of 
Belt R R P 
MILL, fr Fifth n to 
Tenth, sixth w of Me- 
ridian K 
25 Sixth 

Sumner 
60 Seventh 
Eighth 
Ninth 
MILLER AV (N 1), fr 
Post av w, first n of 
Vorster av L 



Creek, between How- 
ard and Johnson Q 
William 
Reisner 
McLain 
Lee 

Shepard 
Gilbert 
Hyatt 

Belmont av 
MINERAL, fr Clifford 
av n, first e of Bright- 
wood av C 
M I N ERV A , f r New York 
n to North, first w of 
Blake JV 
70 Vermont 
140 Michigan 
MlNKNER, fr W New 
York s, first w of 
White river N 
MINNESOTA, fr East, 
e to Madison av, first 
s of Lincoln Lane 



igan Road w, first s of 
Grand av 
aiSSISSIPPI, fr 152 W 
Washington n to Thii 
tieth 

25 W Court 
54 Market 
75 Wabash 
118 Ohio 
128 Miami 
162 New York 
200 Vermont 
225 Allegheny 
252 Michigan 
300 North 
364 Walnnt 
400 St Clair 
476 Pratt 
626 First 
676 Second 
624 Third 
670 Fourth 
724 Fifth 
764 Sixth 
822 .'Seventh 
850 Eighth 
900 Ninth 
964 Tenth 

Herbert 
lOSOTweUth 



107 



1120 Thirteenth \ 
Fifteenth 
Sixteenth 
Ontario 
Nineteenth 
Twentieth 
Twenty-first 
Twenty-sec'nd > J 
Twenty-third | 
Twenty-fourth 
Twenty-fifth 
Twenty-sixth 
Tweniy-sev'th 
Twenty-eighth 
Twenty-ninth J 
MISSISSIPPI, fr 149 W 
Washington s to Mer- 
rill S 



126 Mobile 
150 Louisiana 
200 South 
221 Henry 
242 Garden 
MISSOURI, frl99W 
Washington 8 to Ray 

•25 Pearl 1 p 

50 Maryland 1 

76 Chesapeake 

lOO Georgia 

160 Louisiana 

200 s^outh 

234 Henry 

260 Sharpe 

262 Garden 

•280 Merrill 

320 Abbott 

347 Catharine 

399 McCarty 

494 Kay 
MISSOURI, fr 200 W 

Washington n to First 

26 W Court 
60 Market 
75 Wabash 
lUO Ohio 
125 Miami 
160 New York 
200 Vermont 
260 Michigan 
300 North 
350 Walnut 
600 St Clair 
616 Pratt 
MOBILE, frl24 S Merid- 
ian w to Tennessee 
50 Illinois R 

MONROE, fr Woodruff 
Place to Keystone ave, 
betweenMichlganand 
Clifford av it 

Hamilton av 
Jefferson av 
Ramsey ave 
MONROE (Brooklyn 
Heights), frsendTur- 
ner ave w to Fremont 

MONTANA, fr Sheldon 
e to Hillside av, first 
n of Seventh. J> 

MOORE AV, fr Rural e 
to Grace, first s of 
Washington A 

MORRIS, fr582S Merid- 
ian e to McKernan 
22 Locust 1 

50 Union 

75 Mulberry \ S 

83 Chestnut 

J.M&IRR J 
160 Madison av T 

283 East ) 

371 Wright \ V 

Aiwood ) 

McKernan 
MORRIS, fr 588 S Merid- 
ian w to city limits 
53 Illinois ) o 

61 Maple 1 

100 Tennessee 



108 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



172 Church 
200 ("arlos 1 

253 West I » 

S33 Dakota (^ 

White river J 

UORKIJ (Brightwood), 

fr Bee Line Ky n, first 

e of Wheeler D 

Park 

Division 

Brinkman 
MORKIS (W ru a con- 
tinuation of W Morris, 
Ir White river w K 

Drover 

Bridge 

Nordyke av 

Hadley av 

River av 

Division 

Belt Ry 

Judge Harding 

Williams 

Reisner 

McLain 

l.ee 

Belmont av 
MORRISUN, fr 667 N 
Delaware e to Central 
av a 

50 Alabama II 

100 New Jersey 
MORTON, fr East e to 
Shelby, second n of 
Belt R R r 

60 Singleton 
100 Gray 
160 Applegate 
200 New 
260 McRae 
SOO Wallack 
350 Galling 



first w of Belmont av 

P 

Flack 

1 UL B ER RY.fr 69 E 

McCarty s to Morris .? 

Poplar 



ilkins 



MULBERRY COUXiT, 
between Meridian and 
Delaware, first n of 



MUSKINGUM ALLEY, 
fr Washington u, be- 
tween Illinois and 
Tennessee J 

MYLA AV, fr Ohio U. 
Michigan, first c nf 
Hanna /; 

New York 

Carter 

Vermont 
MYRTIS, fr Indianapo- 
lis av w to Michigan 
Road, first u of Fif 
teenth L 

NAOMI, fr Shelby e to 
State av, fourth s of 
Prospect r 

Eldridge 

Urbana 

St Charles 
NATIONAL AV (Ir- 
vington). fr Wa-shing- 
ton 8 to Ay res .1 

Church 

Lena 

Nora 

English av 

Fletcher av 



NEBRASKA, fr 581 Mad- 
ison av e to East. 
fourth s of Morris T 
31 Kennington 

Hendricks 

90 Franklin 

NEVADA, fr Pendleton 

av n e to Sheldon 

(1st Ward) T> 

Ludlow Lane 

Ingram 
Hillside av 
NEVADA, fr J, M&IR 
R e to East, first s of 
Iowa (14th Ward) T 
NEW. fr Gresham s to 
Raymond, fourth e of 
East T 

Iowa 
Beecher 
Sanford 
NEW JERSEY, fr 200 E 
Wa-'-hington n to city 

ii Court 
js Market 
76 Wabash 
96 Ohio 
1-25 Miami 
150 New York 
191 Vermont 
247 Michigan 
300 North 
;»2 Walnut 
400 i-t Clair 
449 Gregg 
4K9 Ft Wavne av 
491 St Joseph 
500 St Mary 
600 Morrison 
700 Home av 
770 Sixth 
800 Seventh 
870 Eighth 
Ninth 
960 Exposition av 
1000 Tenth 
1050 Twelfth 
1100 Fourteenth 
Fifteenth 
Sixteenth 
Seventeenth 
NEW JERSEY, fr 139 E 
Washington s to Co- 
burn 

24 Pearl 1 

60 Marvland I ^ 

100 Georgia f 

149 Louisiana J 

199 South 1 
230 Bane 

250 Duncan 

295 Merrill ■ U 

348 Sinker I 

.390 McCarty I 

478Bicking J 

NEW YORK, fr H9 N 
Meridian e to city lim- 

m Penn-ivlvania I 

98 Delaware F 

l.'iO Alabama ) ^ 

175 Budd ) '' 

200 New Jersey 

2Z5 Clinton 1 
250 East 

299 Liberty I 

350 Noble I,.. 

372 Spring f 

.384 Fulton t 

393 Davidson 1 
406 Pine 

C.C.C&IRy 1 

491 Agnes I 
550 Highland sv I 

Archer > n 

Hanna | 

Mvla 



Meridian w to cil 
limits 
54 Illinois 
102 Tennessee ) 
1.50 Mississippi } 
174 Ellsworth ) 

212 Missouri 1 

225 Columbia 
254 West 

296 California I 

3i2 Blackford I 

3S4 Bright ' 

114 Douglass 1 

432 Blake 

472 Minerva , 

500 Agnes J 

White river 

Minkner 

Wright 

Taylor 

Crawford 

Lynn 
NEWMAN, fr Clifford, 
n toStoughton, thence 
n w to Hill av. 1 
n to Brinkman 
50 Stoughton 

Brookside av 

Pendleton av 

Hill av 

Lincoln av 

Seventh 

Eighth 

Ninth 

Twelfth 

Clyde 

Bruce 

Davidge 

Brinkman 
NICHOLAS, fr English 
n to Thirtieth, third e 
of Harrison av D 

Howland 
NIN?:TEENTH, fr Col- 
lege av e. first n of 
Brown F 

NINETEENTH, fr Me- 
ridian to Michigan 
Road, seventh n of 
Twelfth J 

50 Illinois 
100 Tennessee 
1.50 Mississippi 
200 London av 
250 Berlin av 
300 Paris av 
350 Indianapolis av 
NINTH. frN Meridian e 
to Hillside av, second 
n otSeveiilh 
.50 Pennsylvania I 
100 Delaware ) „ 

150 .\labama \ 

200 New Jersev i 
2.50 Central av G 

275 Ruckle \ 

300 Park av 1 

400 Broadway | 

4.50 College av ,p| 

500 Ash f' 

550 Bellefontaine i 
600 Greenwood J ! 

L E & W Ey I 

609 Alvord 1 I 

700 Yandea ! i 

7.50 Columbia av 
.<«00 Martindale av 
850 Newman 

Sheldon 

Atlas 
NINTH, fr N Meridian 
w to city limits, second 
n of Seventh 
.50 Illinois ) 

100 Tennessee ■ / 

150 Mississippi ) 

C.I.St L&CRy] 

Lenox ^ .- 

Mill ('^ 

Michigan Road J 

NOBLE, fr 550 E Wash- | 

ington n to cor Massa- i 



128 Miami 
150 New York 
178 Lockerbie 
216 Vermont 
250 Michigan 
306 North 
389 St Clair 
NOBLE, fr 351 E ^ 
ington s toVirgiii 
.50 Maryland 



135 Bates 
150 Louisiana 
170 Lord 
177 Harrison 
20O South 
200 Fletcher av 
lurou 



275 1 

NOBLE, fr WashinKiiii 
n to White river' (5th 
Ward) P 

Columbia 



av, firsts of Lena 
NORDYKE AV(WI) 

Morris s w to I U 1 

between Hadley n 

Lvnn avs 
NORMAN, fr Daisy 

first 8 of Raymond 
Yassie 
NORTH, fr 297 N Mer 

ian e to Bee Line 
en S Pennsylaiiia " 
''"( Ft Wayne av I 
75 Susquehanna I 

100 Delaware J 

125 Hudson 

1.50 Alabama 

175Tremont 

20O New Jersey ; 

2.50 Mass av 

250 East 

275 Leon 

300 Liberty J 

318 Cincinnati 1 

350 Noble 

426 Si 



434 



Spring 
Fulton 



Peru av 
452 Davidson 

Pine J 

NORTH, fr 300 N Merid- 
city limits 



50 Illinois 
100 Tennessee 
1.50 Mississippi 
175 Wood 
200 Missouri 
225 Fayette 
250 West 
291 California 
:»6 Blackford 
370 EUen 
400 Bright 
428 Douglass 
450 Blake 
494 Minerva 
540 Agnes 

Patterson 
566 Hiawatha 

Maxwell 
n04 Highwater 

WilBon 

Barnhill 

NORTH AV (N I) 

Schurmann av v. 

White river, first 

Wells 

Clara 

Francis 

Julia 

White 

Grove 

Woodbine 

Vale 



STRKETS AND AVENUES. 



109 



NORWOOD, £r 48 Rus- 
sell av . w to Tennessee, 
first s of MerrUl S 

Illinois 

OAK, fr Massachusetts 
av n to Christian av, 
fourth 6 of East F 
65 Vine 
96 Cherry 

OAK (Brooklyn 
Heights), fr Turner av 
w to Fremont av, 
first n of Monroe L 

OAK (Irvington), fr 
Walnut av n, first e of 
Line A 

OAKLAND AV, fr Clif- 
ford av n, first e of 
Parker av C 

Progress av 
Pope av 
So Brookside av 

OAK WOOD, fr Hill ave 
to Line, first n of 
Fountain D 

OHIO, fr 99 N Meridian 
e to Linwood av 
.'jO Pennsylvania ) 
lUO Delaware I O 

ISO Alabama ) 

■JOO New Jersey 1 
224 Clinton 1 

•250 East 

29S Liberty I y 

350 Noble f 

360 Spring 
386 Fulton 
396 Davidson 
400 Pine 
450 Hermann 
tiUO Highland av 
645 Hanna 
675 Myla 



Johnson av I 
Jefferson av | 
Beville av 
Gillard av 
Tacoma av 
Temple av 
Eastern av 
Rural av 
Oxford av 
Roache av 
Bradley av 
Denny 
Atkinson 
Garfield av 
Gladstone av 
Colorado av 
Euclid av 
OHIO, fr 94 N Merid; 

w to city limits 
50 Illinois 
92 Tennessee 

150 Mississippi 



Spann av \ ^ 

Fletcher av ) 

Hoyt av 

Lexington av ^ 
60 Pleasant 
75 Woodlawn av I ,, 
100 Prospect { 

200 Orange 
300 Willow J 

OLIVER AV (W 1). fi 
White River w, first f 
of South C. 

Drover 

Birch av 

Ethel 

Garland 

Ashland 

Marion av 

Edward 

Warren 

Osgood 

Division 

Shover 

Arbor 

Ohftse 

Judge Harding 

Belmont av 
OMEK, fr Brookside ai 
e to Lambeth, first i 
of Clifr.ird av < 

ONTARIO (N I), f 
Michigan Road w ti 
Schurmann av, first i 
of Chicago J 

Annette 

Rader 

Burton av 

Franklin 

G rover 



igan Road i 
Lake 

!NT/ 



, first a of 



L , f r 693 E 
Washington sto Mich- 
igan av, second w of 
Arsenal av B 

33 Williams 

ORIOLE, fr Nebraska to 
Lincoln Lane, second 
w of East T 

ORPHAN, fr State av e. 
second s of Orange W 

OSAGE ALLEY n and 
B crossing Washington 
first w of Mississippi P 

OSAGE AV, fr Clifford 
av n, first e of Lancas- 



OSCAR, fr Ream n,third 
e of While river (15th 
Ward) « 

OSCAR, fr Shelby e.flrst 
s of Arlington (14lh 
Ward) V 

OSGOOD (W I), fr Oliver 
av n,fourtheof Judge 
Harding Q 

OXFORD, fr Pine e to 
C, C, C & I Ey, first n 
of St Clair (2d Ward) C 

OXFORD, fr Washing- 
Ion n to Ohio, first e 
of Rural A 

PACA. fr cor Indiana av 

and St Clair n to First 

jV 

50 Pratt 

PACIFIC (3 
Park av e to J! 
'second s of ^i 



, fr South 



196 Mi 

223 Columbia 

248 West 

Blackford 

Geisendorff 

Douglass 

Blake 
)HIO (Irvington 
Wallace e. First 
Washingto 

"R A 

ton), fr C, St 
Ry s w to University 
av, thence s e to Down- 
ey av, first e of Butler 

OLD MILL RACE, fr 
Maxwell w, n of Na- 
tional road N 

OLIVE, fr HarrlBon 9 to 
Cypress, first e of Dil- 



Wallack 

Barth av 

Shelby 

Olive 

Linden 

Laurel 

Spruce 

Evison 

Stale av 

Harlan 

Pleasant av 
ORANGE AV, fr corner 
Hillside av and Lud- 
low lane s e to Brook- 
side ave, thence e to 
Keystone av 

Pendleton Pike D 
300 Brookside av l 

Windsor av ' 

Larch )• C 

Jefferson 

Ramsey J 

ORCHARD (Irvington), 

fr Washington av s, 

first e of Line .4 

ORCHARD AV.fr South 

Brookside av n e to 

Parker av, first s of 

! Brookside av C 

Eureka av 

Excelsior av 

Rural 

ORCHARD AV (N I), fr 
Schurmann ave w to 
White river, first n of 
North av i 

Clara 

Julia 

White 

Grove 

Woodbine 

Yale 

River 
OREGON, fr Darnell n 
to Mclntyre, first w of 
West M 

85 Mayhew 



ridlau v to Madison av 
S 
25 Locust 
50 Union 
75 J, M & I R R 
PANZY, fr Floral av w 
to White river, first s 
of Twelfth L 

PARIS AV.fr Fall Creek 
n to Twenty-second, 
third w of Mississippi 

Fifteenth 

Sixteenth 

Twentieth 

Twenty-first 

PARK (Brightwood), fr 

Rural e to Morris, first 

s of Division E 

James 

Harriet 

Wheeler 
PARK A V,fr Massachu- 
setts av n tocity limits, 
first e of East F 

52 St Clair 
66 Arch 
103 Gregg 
117 Vine 
120 Cherry 
159 Christian av 
210 Butler 
248 Home av 
336 Lincoln av 
400 Seventh 
450 Eighth 
500 Ninth 
.'i50 Tenth 
60O Twelfth 
650 Clyde 
700 Bruce 
PARKE AV,frE 
Tweny-second n to 
Western av, second e 
of Fall Creek F 

Fleet 
PARK FRONT,fr Brook- 
Bide av e to Lambeth, 
second n of Clifford 



PARKER (Irvington). 
fr Brookville av n, 
first w of National av 
A 
PARKER AV, fr Clifford 
av n, first e of Brook- 
land C 
Progress av 
Pope av 



Urbana 
Brookside av 
PATTERSON, fr Ver- 
mont n to Elizabeth, 
third w of Blake A' 
106 Michigan 
162 North 
PATTON. fr Brightwood 
av e to Mineral, second 
n of Cale C 

PAW PAW, fr Fernway 
to Bloyd av, second w 
of Line av D 

•NE, frE - ■ 
to Prospect, 
Cannon A' 

Lester 
Wood 
Aid rich 
PEARL, fr24S Meridian 
e to Pine B 

60 Pennsylvania 
100 Delaware 
150 Alabama 
175 Erie 
20O New Jersey 
250 East 
400 Benton 
PEARL. fr25SMerldian 
w to White river P 
50 Illinois 
100 Tennessee 
150 Mississippi 
200 Missouri 
250 West 
300 ralifornia 
350 Helen 
PECK, fr Exposition av 
s, first w of Central av 



igan O 

PENDLETON AV, fr 
corner C, C, C & I Ry 
and Clifford av n e to 
city limits D 

137 Columbia av E 
160 Beeler 
200 Newman 
355 Orange 

Atlas 

Centennial 

Jupiter 
PENNSYLVANIA, fr 50 

East Washington n to 

Thirtieth 

24 Court 
50 Market 
75 Wabash 

100 Ohio 

149 New Y'ork 

199 Vermont 

258 Michigan 

298 North 

351 Walnut 

402 St Clair 

412 Pratt 

498 St Joseph 

570 St Mary 

612 Second 

G32 Heme av 

700 Fifth 

790 Seventh 

830 Eighth 

860 Ninth 

900 Exposition e.\ 
1000 Twelfth 
1 ICO Fourteenth 
1130 Fifteenth 
1164 Sixteenth 
1'230 Seventeenth 



110 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



Twentieth ] 
Twenty-sec'nd 
Twenty-fourth I , 
Twenty-fifth f "' 
Twenty-sixth 
Twenty-eighth J 
PENNSYLVANIA, f r 49 
Eaet Washington s to 
Madison av T U 

25 Pearl 
49 Maryland 
75 Cbesapealie 
93 Georgia 
146 Louisiana 
200 South 
287 Merrill 
PENNSYLVANIA AV(S 
I), fr National av s to 
State av, first w of 
Aurora V 

PERRY, fr Shelby w to 
Dexter, fourth n of 
Brandt V 

PERU, see Cornell av 
PERU AV, fr corner of 
Fulton and North n e 
to Massachusetts av F 
2b St Clair 
40 John 
100 Cross 
PHIPPS, fr 349 8 Merid- 
ian e to Delaware T 
Union 

Pennsylvania 
J, M & I R R 



second w of Lancaster 

D 

PICKEN, fr Ninth n to 

Belt R R, second e of 

Sheldon D 

PIERCE, fr Washington 

u to Market, third w 



Springfield 
Walnut 



PIKE, fr Harrison av e 
to Hillside av, third n 
of Ninth D 

Atlas 

PINE, frSOOE Washing, 
ton n to Peru av B 
50 Market 
111 Ohio 

150 New York ) 
204 Vermont i' 

254 Michigan \ 

304 North j 

344 Biddle F 

400 St Clair ) 

PINE, f r 501 E Washing- 
ton 8 to Harrison, 
thence s w to 346 Vir- 

50 'Maryland ) 

55 Meek } B 

100 Georgia ) 

135 Bates i 

150 Louisiana I 

191 Lord I, Y 

195 Harrison ( -^ 

200 English av 
268 Fletcher av J 
300 Huron ) nr 

340 Elm j " 

PLEASANT, fr Dillon e 
to State av, second n 
of Prospect IT 

60 Olive 
lOO Linden 
150 Spruce 
200 State av 
Hester 
PLEASANT (Irving- 
ton), fr Washington n 
to Michigan, first e of 

PLEASANT AV.fr Pros- 
pect s to citv limits, 
third e of State av W 
60 Sycamore 
100 Cypress 
Knox 



PLEASANT A V (Irving- 
ton), fr Walnut av n 
w, first e of Graham A 
PLUM, see College av 
PLUM, see Springfield 

(5th Ward) 
PLUM ALLEY, fr 539 
W Washington s, sec- 
ond w of White river P 
PLYMOUTH, fr Chest- 
nut e to East, first n of 
Raymond T 

Logan 
PLYMOUTH AV 
( Haughville), f r Lafay- 
ette w, fir.st n Craw- 
fordsviile Pike 

POPE AV fr Keystone 
av e to Lancaster av, 
third n of ClifiFordavC 
Eureka av 
Excelsior av 
Rural 

Brookland av 
Parker av 
Oakland av 
Waverly av 
Lebanon 
Lancaster 
POPLAR, fr Union e to 
Chestnut, first sof Mc- 
carty S 
Mulberry 
POPLAR (Brightwood), 
fr Warren n, first e of 
Depot D 
POSTAV(NI),frCraw- 
fordsville Pike n, first 
e of Schurmann av L 

POTOMAC, see W Court 
PRATT, fr 455 N Merid- 
ian e *rt Wayne av 
60 Pennsylvania I 
100 Delaware G 

PRATT, fr 456 N Merid- 
ian w to Paca and n 
w to first. 
50 Illinois 1 J. 



C,I,StL&CRy 
200 Missouri 
225 Fayette 
250 West 
275 California 
312 Camp 
360 Paca 
400 Blake 

PRESTON, fr Ohio to 
Miami, first w of High- 
land ave A 

PROGRESS AV. fr Key- 



Cford av 



first n of Clifford ave 
C 

Eureka av 

Excelsior av 

Rural 

Brookland av 

Parker av 

Oakland ave 

Waverly 

Lancaster av 
PROSPECT, fr comer 
Virginia av and Dil- 
lon e to city limits 
47 Olive 
130 Linden 
138 Laurel 
255 Spruce 
276 Evison 
300 State ave 
336 John 
344 Frank 
348 Quince 
358 William 
370 Hester 

Harlan 
450 Pleasant a' 

St Paul 

St Peter 

Auburn a^ 



Cannon 1 

Payne 

Crawford 

Can by 

Dupont 

Gotay S- X 

Freeland 

Miami 

Madeira 

Erhart J 

PRUITT. fr Glen Drive 

s e to Rural, first s of 

Glen Drive V 

Cushing 
PURE (Irvington), fr 
Star av e, first s of 
English ave A 

Kingbridge 

Temperance 
PUTNAM(Brightwood), 
fr Shade e to Bright- 
wood av, first s of Pen- 
dleton road D 
QUILL, fr Naomi s, first 

QUINCE, fr Prospect s 
first e of Stale av W 

QCINCY. fr Michigan 
av to Bates, second e 
of Leota(9th Ward) B 

QUINUY (Irvington) fr 
Washington avn, first 
w of Summit A 

RACE, frBret n to Mc 
In tire, first w of N 
West M 

RACE, fr Raymond s to 



Walnut 
RACHEL, fr W Mary- 
laud s lo I U Ey, first 
w of Helen P 

RADER (N I), fr corner 
C. I, St L& C Ey and 
Lake n, third w of 
Michigan Boad X 

Chicago 
Ontario 
Wells 
McLene 
Shoemaker 
Addison 
Udell 
Francis 
Eugene 
Armstrong 
Highland av 
Etiiel av 
Walnut av 
Catalpa av 
RAILROAD, see Fnlton 
RAILROAD (Irving- 
ton), fr Line av e to 
East A 

RAMSEY AV,f.- Michi- 
gan n to South Brook - 
side, fourth e of Wood 
rufir Place B 

Monroe 
Clifford av 
Orange av C 

RANDOLPH, fr 900 E 
Washington n to Mich- 
igan , B 
60 Ohio 
100 New York 
l.iO Carter 
200 Sturm av 
RANGE, fr Washington 
6, first e of Gillard av 
A 
RANSDELL, fr Ray- 
mond n to J, M & I 
B R, second e of Mad- 
ison av T 
RATHBONE, fr Smith 
w, fourth u of Eliza- 
beth JV 
EAWLES AV (Trvirg 
ton), fr Central av s< , 
first 8 of Beech wood 



RAY, f r 492 S Meridian 
w to West 
60 lUlnois 1 

75 Maple i ~ 

100 Tennessee f * 
112 Ann J 

125 church 1 

McGill 
128 Meikel I „ 

138 Carlos ( "^ 

150 Missouri 
175 Chadwick J 
RAY, fr 493 S Meridian 
e to Madison av S 
25 Locust 
60 Union 
77 Mulberry 
100 Chestnut 
RAY, see Bloomington 

(5th Ward) 
RAY' (Irvington), fr 
Clifford av s, second e 
of Lire A 

RAYMOND, frS Merid- 
ian e to Shelby, third 
s of Belt Ry 

Madison av "1 
Webb 
Randsell 

J, M & I R E }S 
Logan 
East 

Singleton J 

Gray ] 

Applegate 
New I „ 

McRe f*^ 

Wallack 
Galling J 

RAYMOND, frS Merid- 
ian w, third s of Belt 
Ry T 

Race 
Vine 
Brown av 
Daisy 
YasEie 
White river 



of Raymond S 

Yassie 

Burford 

Oscar 

Dett 
REAM (Brooklyn 
Height:' ' - - — 



C. I, St L 
& C R R w to Fremont 
av, fifth n of Monroe 
L 
REAUME, see McCau- 
ley R 

REBECCA, fr L E & W 
Ry e to Line av, sev- 
enth n of Twelfth D 
.60 Columbia av 
100 Martindale av 
150 Harrison av 
2li0Sangsier av 
Manlove av 
Baltimore av 
Caroline av 
Hillside av 
Brouseav 
REFORMER'S AV, fr 
Knox e, first 8 of 
Bethel av W 

REID. sees State av 
REiSNER(W I), fr Mor- 
ris n, first w of Wil- 
liam ' Q 
EEISSER (W I), fr Oli- 
ver av s, second w of 
lURy Q 
Morris 
Lambert 
Howard 
Miller 
Johnson 
EEMBRANT.frlndiana 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



K Athon 

75 Locke 
RICHARD, fr Milburn 
w toPoitav, first n of 
Clayton 
RITT ER AV (Trvlngton) 
crossing Washington 
av n and 8, first e of 
Elm av A 

RIVER, fr ?93 Kentucky 
av, w to White river 
Q 
RIVER fN I), fr North 
av n. first e of White 
river L 

RIVER AV (W I), fr in- 
tersection of Oliver av 
and White river s w 
to Morris Q 

Cottage av 
Woodburn av 
BSBav 
Division 
HOACHE, fr Washing- 
ton n to New York, 
first w of Sherman 
Drive A 

ROANOKE. frWalnntn 
to first, between Mis- 
sissippland Tennessee 

60 St Clair 

100 Pratt 

ROCK, f r Gravel Road e, 

second s of Belt R R S 

ROCKWOOD, fr 16! 8 

East e to Liberty (13th 

Ward) V W 

ROCKWOOD, fr S West 

w, between Kingan 

and Vinton (t5th 

Ward) R 

ROE, fr 362 S West w to 

White river R 

ROHAMPTON, see 

BellefonUine 
ROr,L. fr Leonard e to 
DUlon, first s of Yeck 
V 
Wallack 
Earth av 
ROMAINE.frDaisywto 
White river, second s 
of Raymond S 

Burford 
Oscar 
ROOT, fr 433 S West w 
to Kentucky av R 
ROOT (Brooklyn 
""oights), fr C, I, 8t L 



Michigan 
ClifTord av 
Progress av 

Pope av 
Brookside a^ 
Orchard av 
Lilly 



Division I 

Glen Drive J 
RURAL, fr Washington 
8 to English av, first e 
of Eastern av A 

Moore 
RU.''S, fr Brightwood av 
e to Mineral, second n 
of Clifford av C 

RUSSELL AV, fr 300 S 
Illinois (corner Mer- 
rill), se toMcCarty S 
61 Norwood 
RUTn(Wl).frWWa.sh 
ington s, first 



Ry 



ROSE, fr Merri'l s to 
Roe. first w of West R 
Grant 

ROSELINE, fr Brook- 
side to Orchard av, 
first e of Jupiter C 

ROYAL AV, fr Man- 
chester n to Rowland , 
spcond e of L E & W 
RR D 

Fleet 
Heath 

RrCKER, fr Ream n. 
first e<.f White river S 

RUCKLE, frE Eighth n 
to Twelfth, first e of 
Cenralave G 

.W Ninth 
100 Tenth 

RUDDELL, from N II- 

first n of Nineteenth J 

RURAL, fr Washington 

nloBrinkman, eighth 

e of Woodruff Place 



of Ad- 
P 
Jackson 
ST CHARLES, fr Naomi 
Arlington av, third 
[ Shelby V 

Beecher 
ST CLAIR, fr 409 N Me- 
ridian e to Hanna 
60 Pennsylvania / 
100 Delaware "I 

150{MalTa^"1« 

200 New Jersey J 

250 East 1 

Park av 

300 Broadway 

College av \ F 

300 Mass av 

424 Fulton 

465 Peru av J 

553 Pine 1 

('.CCA 

eOODorman 

650 Archer J 

ST CLAIR, fr 410 N Me- 
ridian w to Indiana 

av 

25 Superior ) 

50 Illinois ', J 

100 Tennessee ) 

160 Mississippi 

200 Missouri 

225 Fayette 

250 West 

270 California 

300 Camp 

350 Paca 
ST ELMO, fr Naomi 

Arlington, first w of 

State ave W 

ST JOSEPH, fr 497 N Me- 
ridian e to Ft Wayne 

av 
50 Pennsylvania 1 

100 Delaware 

140 Alabama H 

ST JOSEPH, fr N Me- 
ridian w to Illinois. 

fourth n of North J 
ST MARIE, fr Shelby 

e to State av, third s of 

Colgrnve 
Bwd av 
Walker ave 
Mattieav 
ST Mary, fr N Meridi 

e to Ft Wayne av, fifth 

n of North 
50Penns\lvania 

100 Delaware 

150 Alabama 1 

200 New Jersey ( 

STPAUL, IrCLStLd 



Pleasant 
Jefferson 
ST PETER, fr C, I, St L 
and C Ry s to Pros- 
pect, first w of Auburn 
ave W 

Jefferson 
SAMOA, fr Bee Line Ry 
8 to Coyner, first e of 
Centennial C 

SAMPLE(WI),frJudge 
Harding e to Belt Ry. 
first n of Morris Q 

SAND, fr Kentuctv av 
se to McCarty, first s 
of Merrill R 

SANDERS, frS East e to 
Shelby, second s of 
Morris 

Edgewood V 

Wallack ) ,, 

Earth av i ' 

SANFORD, fr East e to 

Shelby, first n of Ray-_ 

Singleton 

Gray 

Applegate 



New 

McRea 

Wallack 

Catling 
S A N G S T E R AV, fr 
Twelfth n to Manches- 
ter, second e of Harri 
son av D 

Long Branch 

Blacimore 

Harlan 

Brinkman 

Jennison 

Belle 

Rebecca 
SCHEARER, fr ,508 S 
West w to White river 
R 

Dakota 
8CH0FIELD AV, fr 
Twelfth n to Manches- 
ter, first e of Harrison 
av D 

Blackmore 

Brinkman 
^eniuson 

Rebecca 
SCHOFIELD (Bright- 
wood)," continuation 
of Manchester from 
Morris to National i 

Shade 

Gale 

Station 

Brightwood av 

Foundry 

Hope 

School 

Wood 

Hare 

Batholomew 

Adair 

Lancaster 

Edward 



SCHOOL, fr 329 E South 
s to Huron X 

SCHOOL, fr Warren s, 
first e of Brightwood 
av D 

SCHOOL (Brightwood), 
fr Bee Line Ry u, first 
e of Hope D 

SOHURMANN AV, fr 
N Illinois w to Ten- 
nessee, first n of Nine- 



Vorstcr 
Jackson 
Fremont 
CoUett av 
Hibberd av 
North av 
McLene 
Orchard av 
Addison 
Udell 

SCIOTO ALLEY, n and 
crossing Washing- 
r, first e of Meridian 
SCOTT, fr First to Sec- 
ond, between Illinois 
and Tennessee / 

SECOND, fr 571 N Merid- 
ian e to Alabama & 
50 Pennsylvania / 
100 Delaware H 

SECOND, fr 570 N Merid- 
ian w to Brooks 
50 Illinois J 

100 Tennessee 
150 Mississippi A' 

C, I, 8t L i C Ry 



SEVENTEENTH, fr N 
Meridian e to Central 
av, first 8 of Fall creek 
Pennsylvania 1 
Talbottav \ J 
Delaware 1 

Alabama j „ 

New Jersey \ 
SEVENTEENTH, fr N 
Illinois w to Tennes- 
see, first 3 of Fall 
creek J 

Andrews 
SEVENTH, fr N Merid- 
ian e to Hillside av 
50 Pennsylvania / 
100 Delaware 
150 Alabama H 

200 New Jersey 
250 Central av Q 

300 Park av 
350 Broadway 
375 College av J' 

400 Ash 

60O Bellefontaine 
550 Cornell av 

L E & W Ry 
663 Alvord 
660 Yandes 

586 Columbia av E 
640 Martindale av 
670 Newman 
728 Sheldon D 

750 Hillside av 
SEVENTH, fr N Merid- 
ian w to city limits 
50 Illinois J 

100 Tennessee 
160 Missi-sippi K 

C, I.StL&CRy 
250 Lenox 
252 Howard 
260 Mill M 

SEVERN ALLEY, n and 
B, ernssing Washing- 
ton, first e of Pennsyl- 
vania B 
SHADE (Brightwood), 
fr Warren av n, first e 
of Adams D 
Arden 
Glen Drive 
Brinkman _ 
Schofield 
SHANK (Irvington). fr 
Line av e, first a of 
Walnut A 



112 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



SHARPE, fr 213 8 West | av n, third e of Judge 
w to Kentucky av R] Hurding Q 

SHARPE, fr 240 S West South 

eto Missouri Q SHRIVER.frW Twelfth 

SHARPE AV, fr English n to Fall Creek, third 
aviitoP.C&StLRR. e of Michigan Road Z 
first e of Auburn av SIEBERT, fr Cypress n, 
(9th Ward) X first eoi Olive V 

SHARPE AV, fr Arsenal SINGLETON, fr Iowa s 
av e to State av, first s to itaymond, first e of 
of Michigan B Eflst T 

SHEFFIELD AV 60 Beecher 
(Haughville). fr Ver- lOUSanford 
mout n, first w of SINKER, fr 360 S Ala- 
Belmont av 1 bama e to New Jersey 

SHEFFIELD (W I) " 

Ketcham 
SIXTEENTH, fr N Me- 
ridian e to L E & W R 
R, first sofSutherland 



IHKLBY, fr corner of 
Virginia av and Pros- 
pcut 8 to city limits V 
CA Sanders 
100 Orange 
Iflii Willow 
280 Cypress 

Greshmn 
300 Iowa 
350 Naomi 



SHELDON, fr Pendle- 
ton av n to Brinkman . 
first e of Newman E 
2.') Hill av 
C6 Seventh 
82 Montana 
100 Eighth 
161 Nevada 
190 Ninth 
Tenth 
Anderson 
Clyde 
Bruce 
Davldge 
SHEPARD (W I), fr 
Lambert s to Miller, 
second e of Belmont 
av Q 

Howard 
SHEPARD AV, see 

Hiijhland Placa 
SHERIDAN, fr Brooks w 



't n of £ 



SHERIDAN, frPilteenth 
n to Brown, first e of 
College av F 



SHERMAN DRIVE, fr 
Washington n to Clif- 
ford av, fourth e of 
Belt R R A 

New York 

Michigan 
SHERMAN DRIVE, fr 
Washington b, fourth 
e of Belt R R .-1 

Stanton av 

Twin Lake av 

Lake av 

English av 

Michigan av 

Wood 

Alexander 

New Bethel Road 

SHOEMAKER (N I), fr 

Michigan Road w to 

Schurmann av, fifth n 

of Chicago L 

Annette 

Rader 

Lulu 

Emma 
SHORT, fr 269 Dough- 
erty s to Morris, first w 
of Virginia av VW 

Cobnrn 
SHORT, fr Walker av e, 
first 8 of Bradbury V 
8H0VER(W I), fr Oliver 



Pennsylvania ) 
Talbottav I , 
Delaware I ■' 

Alabama J 

New Jersey ) „ 
Central av " 

Park av ) 

Broadway 
College av I „ 
Sheridan (* 

Custer I 

Alger J 

SIXTEENTH, fr N Me- 
ridian w to Michigan 
Road, first n of Fif- 
teenth 

Illinois ) . 

Andrews f 

Tennessee ) 

Mississippi } K 
London ) 

Berlin av 

Paris av /, 

Ind'polis av ) 
SIXTH. fr78l NDelaware 
e to Central av, and fr 
L E & W Ry e to Hill 
av, first n of Lincoln 
ave D 

150 Alabama H 

200 New Jersey Q 

250 Central av 

Yandes 

Columbia av i 
Martindaleav )■ E 
Newman 1 

."heldon J 

SIXTH, fr 778 N Illinois 

w to the caual J 

115 Tennessee 

Brooker's Alley 

170 Mississippi K 

C.I,StL&CRy 

220 Howard 

250 Mill M 

SLACK (Irvington), fr 

Star av e, first s of 

Brown A 

Kingbridge 
Temperance 
SMITH, fr Mccarty s to 



E Merrill n, first w o( 
East I 

SMITHSON,fr Laurel « 
to Spruce, first s ol 
Orange H 

SOUTH, fr 199 S Merid- 
ian e to Noble 
49 Pennsylvania 1 



I Delaware 

153 Alabama f 

199 New Jersev J 

249 East ■ ) 

309 School / 



.■iO Illinois 
75 Eddy 
100 Tennessee 
149 Mississippi 
183 McGill 
195 Missouri 
219 West 
SOOTH (W I), fr Drover 
w, first n of Oliver av 
Q 
Ethel 

Ashlanrt 

Osgood 

Coffey 

Judge Harding 

SOUTH AV (Irvington), 

fr Grand avs, firsteof 



Central i 



ad Windsor 
Lancaster C 

Keystone av 
Eureka av 
Excelsior av 
Rural 

Brookland av 

Parker av 

SOUTHPARKAV(SI). 

fr National av s to 

State av, fourth w of 

Shelby V 

SPANN AV, frnear cor 

English av and Dillon 



;to< 



)01iv 



>ire 



N Illinois w 
to the canal, between 
Third and Fourth (3d 
Ward) 

50 Tennessee J 

100 Mississippi K 

C, I, St L & C Ry 
Howard 

SMITH, fr 39 Rhode Is- 
land n to Indiana av 
(4th Ward) N 

42 Maria 
100 Rathbone 

SMITH AV (Brooklyn 
Heights), fr Monroe n 
to Avondale, first w of 
Turner av L 

SMITH'S LANE, fr 224 



State av 

SPICE LANE, fr Glen 
Drive n toSutherland, 
first w of Rural D 

SPRATT AV (Irving- 
ton), fr Ohmer n e, 
thence s e to Grand 
av. firsts of C, St L & 
PRR X 

Downev 
Ritler 

SPRING, fr Market n to 
St Clair, first e of 
Noble 

50 Ohio 1 

100 New York I 

1.50 Vermont }Y 

200 Michigan 
250 North J 

SPRING (N I), fr Fall 
Creek e, first s of Lake 



Bloomington 

Decatur ' 

Drake 

Pierce 

King 

Wright 
SPRUCE, frC, I, St LA 
C Ry 3 to Cypress, 
third e of Dillon (9th 
Ward) 



Harrison 
Deloss 
English av 
Spann av 
Fletcher av 
Hoyt av 
Lexington av ' 
Pleasant 
Woodlawn av 
Prospect 
Orange 
Mankedick 
Smithsou 
Willow 



w to Daisy, second ' s 
of Raymond (15th 
Ward) S 

Race 



STANTON AV (Strat- 
ford), f r McPherson e 
to Thomas, first s of 
C, H & D R R A 

Avon av 
Sherman Drive 
STAR AV (Irvington), fr 
English av a to Ayres, 
first w of Kingbridge 

Pure 

Slack 

Middle 

Keightley 

Daggy 

Long 
STATE, fr Washington 
n to White river, sec- 
ond w of Noble P 

Springfield 
STATE AV, fr 826 E 
Washington n to Clif- 
ford av B 
50 Market 
100 Ohio 
150 New York 
167 Carter 
200 Vermont 
225 Sturm av 
250 Michigan 
STATE AV, fr 825 E 
Washington s to Col- 

54 William ( „ 

88 C, H & I R R ) •" 
100 Michigan av ) 
Bates I 

1.50 Deloss I 

175 English av ;■ X 
200 Spann av I 

225 Fletcher av | 
250 Hoyt av J 

275 Lexin'ton av ) 
410 Pleasant I 
500 Jefferson | 
.5.50 Woodl'wnav i^ ,„ 
600 Prospect ■( " 
700 Orange I 

1 725 Mankedick 
775 Sycamore J 
825 Willow 
860 Clyde 

Beeeher 
-Arlington av 
! Le Grand 

STATE AV (S I), fr 
I South Park av e to 
Aurora V 

8TATION(Brightwood), 
fr Glen Drive u, first e 
of Gale ' D 

.STERLING, fr Clifford 
avn to Stoughton, first 
e of Windsor av C 
STEVENS, fr 328 8 East 
e to Virginia av V W 
91 Water 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



131 



STEVENS PLACE, fr2-27 
S New Jersey e lo East 

STILLWELL, fr Clifford 
av B. lirst e of Dorman 
C 
8TILZ, fr S East e, first 
8 of Morris U 

WriBht 
McKernan 
STOCK (WD, frHadley 
av 8 e 10 Nordyke av, 
between Yorlt and I U 
Ky -K 

STOOGHTON AV, fr 
Brookside av e, first n 
of Clifford av C 

Lambetli 
Newman 
Windsor 
Sterling 
STUART (Bright-wood), 
fr Bloyd av n, brste of 
Austin D 

STURM AV, fr Arsenal 
av e to Randolph, first 
s of Michigan B 

50 Stale av 
75 Walcott 
SUG.\R (Irvington), fr 
Huron av s to Ayres, 
first w of National av 
A 
Keightley 
Daggy 
Long 
SUGAR GROVE AV (N 
I), fi Jackson 8, second 
e of Schurmann av L 
SULLIVAN, fr 419 E 
McCarty s to Buchan- 
an V tv 
50 Bismark 
CO Bradshaw 
SUMMIT, frEastOhion 
to Vermont, between 
Arsenal and State avs 
B 
SUMMIT, fr 817 E Wash- 
ington s to Bales B 
Williams 
Michigan av 
SUMMIT (Haughville), 
fr White river w, sec 
end n of Michigan 
Merritt 
Erwin 
Florence 
Helen 

SUMMIT (Irvington) fr 

Washington av n, first 

w of Pleasant A 

SUMNER, fr Howard w 

to Mill, first n of Sixth 

K 

SUPERIOR, fr North n 

to Second, first w of 

Meridian J 

50 Walnut 

llOStClalr 

150 Pratt 

200 St Joseph 

228 Fir»t 

SUPERIOR, fr West 

Twenty-sixth n 

Twenty eighth, first w 

ofMridian 

SUSQUEHANNA.fr 

New York n to North 

betweenPennsylvania 

and Delaware / 

50 Vermont 

100 Michigan 

SUTHERLAND AV, a 

continuation of Sev 

Sixteenth, fr Centra 
avtnLE&WRR F 

Park av 

Broad way 

College av 

Sheridan 

Custer 

Alger 



SUTHERLAND, fr cor- 
ner Fountain and Line 
av n e to corner of 
Rural and Brinkman 
D 
Dietz 

Spice Lane 

SYCAMORE, fr State av 

e to Pleasant av, first 

B of Orange W 

Sylvan 

SYCAMORE (Brooklyn 

Heights), frC, St L&C 

R R w to Cooper av, 

third n of Monroe L 



third w of Rural 
Ohio 
TAFFE, fr Parker ( 
to Lily 



72 Ninth 

156 Exposition av 

250 Thirteenth 

350 Fourteenth 

380 Fifteenth 

420 Sixteenth 
TAYLOR, fr Vermont s 

to New York, first e of 

Crawford 

TECUMSEH, fr Clifford 

av n to Orange av, 

second w of Jefferson 

av C 

Hollis 
TEMPERANCE (Irv 

ton), fr English i 



Ayr 



Earl 

Pure 

Brown 

Fletcher av 

Slack 

Middle 

Huron av 

Keightley 

Daggy 

Long 
TEMPLEAV,frEWash- 
ington n to Michigan, 
second w of P.ural A 

Ohio 
TENNESSEE, fr 100 W 
Washington n to Thir- 
tieth 
50 Market l 

78 Wabash [ „ 

WOOhio f^ 

125 Miami J 

150 New York M 

200 Vermont 
225 Allegheny 
250 Michigan 
300 North 
350 Walnut 
410 St Clair 
4.54 Pratt 
528 First 
679 Second 
651 Third 
696 Fourth 
718 Fifth 
776 Sixth 
800 Seventh 
8S4 Eighth 
900 Ninth 
960 Tenth 
98 ! Herbert 
I 1100 Twelfth 
I 1150 Thirteenth 



1175 Fourteenth 
1275 Fifteenth 
1325 Sixteenth 
I3i0 Seventeenth 
1450 Nineteenth 
Twentieth 
Twenty-first 
Twenty-second 
Twenty- fourth 
3000 Twenty-fifth 
Twenty-sixth 
Twenty-seventh 
Twenty-eighth 
Twentv-ninth 
TENNESSEE, fr 99 W 
Washington s to city 
limits S 

25 Pearl 
48 Maryland 
75 Chesapeake 
100 Georgia 
125 Mobile 
l.'iO Louisiana 
20O South 
250 Garden 
300 Merrill 
32,i Catharine 
356 Norwood 
400 McCarty 
605 Ray 
663 Wilkins 
575 Morris 
Kansas 
Wisconsin 



n of Seventh 
100 Tennessee 
TENTH, frPennsylv 
e to Hillside av, third 
n of Seventh 
60 Talbott av l 
100 Delaware 
150 .\labama 
200 Ntw Jersey I r 
250 Central ay f •* 

325 Ruckle 
350 Park av 
40O Broadway J 

450 College av 1 
470 Ash 

.500 Bellefontaine >F 
550 Greenwood I 
L E & W By J 
OOOAlvord ) 

650 Yandes I p 

700 Columbia av f 
788 Martindale av J 
TEXAS, see Lincoln 

Lane, e of East 
THADDEUS, fr Cypress 
B to Naomi, first 
Spruce 
THALMAN AV, fr 
Beech n e to Lawrence, 
first e of Hillside avZ; 
Langley 
THAYER (W I), fr Na 
tional Road s, first e 
of Eagle Creek J 

THE CANAL, fr cor SI 
Clair and Missouri r 
w to city limits i 
Pratt 
First 
Second 
Third 
Fourth 
Fifth 
Sixth 
Seventh 
THIRD, fr 630 N Illinois 
w lo West J 

78 Tennessee 



N Meridian w to Mis- 
sissippi, first n of 
Twelfth J 

60 Illinois 
100 Tennessee A' 

THIRTIETH, fr N Me- 
ridian e, first n of 
Twenty-ninth J 

50 Pennsylvania 
100 Wash'ton Boul'v'd 
Central av G 

THIRTIETH, fr Merid- 
ian w to Michigan 
Eoad, first n of 29th 
25 Detroit 1 r 

50 lUinoia f "' 

75 BaUey 1 

100 Tennessee I ,^ 
125 Carter f 

150 Mississippi J 

THOMAS, fr 560 S West 
w to White river K 
Dakota, 

THOMAS (Stratford), fr 

Brookville Pike s to 

English av, first e of 

Sherman Drive A 

Stanton av 

Twin Lake av 

Lake av 

THREE NOTCH ROAD, 
continuation of S Me- 
ridian S 

THURMAN, fr Brook- 
ville road e, first 8 of 
Washington A 

TILFORD AV (Irving- 
ton), fr Elm n, first e 
of Ritter av A 

TINDALL, fr Brandt n. 
second w of Knox .3; 

TINKER, see Seventh 

TIPPECANOE ALLEY, 
e and w, crossing Me- 
ridian first n of New 
York J 

TIPTON, fr Hill avn to 
Belt R R, third e of 
Sheldon D 

TOMPKINS, frChestnut 
e to East, first a of 
Iowa T 

TORBET, fr 512 N West 
west to city limits be- 
tween First and See- 
Camp 
Brooks 

TRAUBAV.frW Wash- 
ington n, first e of 
Belmont av i> 

TREMONT, fr Michigan 
n to Walnut, between 
New Jersey and Ala- 
bama if 

TREMONT AV (Haugh- 
ville), fr Vermont n. 
first w of Blamark av 
O 

TREMONT (W I), from 
Morris s, first w of Bi.«- 
mark Q 

TROY, fr Shelby w to 
Dexter, first south of 
Brandt V 

TRUMBULL, fr Austin 
s, first w of Fall creek 

Hooker 

TURNER AV (Brooklyn 

Heights), fr Monroe ii 

to Avondalo L 

TUTEWILER, fr Morris 

t e of Madison 



Howard 



:CRy 



254 Fayette 
THIRD (Irvington), 

Line e, first s of S 

ond 
THIRTEENTH, fr 1028 



TWELFTH, fr N Merio- 
ian e lo Hillfide av, 
fourth n of Seventh 
50 Pennsylvania J 



132 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



Talbott ay 1 
100 Delaware 

Central av > O 

Ruckle 

Parkav J 

Broadway 1 

College av 
Ash \f 

Bellefontaine t 
Greenwood J 
L E & W Ry 
Alvord 1 

Yandes 
Columbia av 
Martindale av 1 
Harrison av > E 
Picken 
Tipion 
Sehofleld av 
Sangsterav J 
TWEI>FTH fr N Merid- 
ian w 10 Wtiite river, 
f ou rih n of Seventh 
50 Illinois ) ■, 

100 Tennessee 
150 Mississippi ) tt 
200 Highlnd Places* 
250 Sh river 1 

300 AUfree 

360 Wendell \ L 

400 Michigan Road 
Floral av J 

TWENTIETH, fr N Me- 
ridian e to Broadway, 
second s oS Twenty- 
second 

Pennsylvania ) 
Talbott av \ J 
Central av ) 
Park Rv F 

TWENTIETH, fr Merid- 
ian w to Michigan 
Road, eighth n of 
Twelfth 

50 Illinois j j 

100 Tennessee j 
150 Mississippi 1 
London av 
Berlin av [ j 

Paris av [^ 

lndianap*l'sav 
Brown J 

TWENTY- EIGHTH, fr 
N Pennsylvania e to 
Central av, first n of 
Twenty-sixth J 

Wash'tonBoul'v'd 
TWENTY-EIGHTH, fr 
Illinois w to Crown 
Hill Cemetry. first n 
of Twenty-seventh / 
25 Su perior 
50 Illinois 
75 Bailey 



TWENTY 
Illinois w to Missis- 
sippi, first n of Twen- 
ty-fourth J 

Kenwood av 

Tennessee 

Graceland av 
TWENTY-FIFTH, fr N 
Meridian e to Deia- 
ware,first n of Twenty- 
fourth J 
50 Pennsylvania 
TWENTY-FIRST, e fr 
CentralavtoLE&W 
RR, firsts of Twenty- 
.«econd F 

Park av 

Broadway 

College av 

Bedford av 

Grand View av 

Forest av 

Grove av 
TWENTY-FIRST, f r Me- 
ridian w to Michigan 
Road, first n of Twen- 
tieth 



50 Illinois 
100 Tennessee 
150 Mississippi 
200 London av 
250 Berlin av 
300 Paris av 
350Indi'n'polisav 
400 Brown 
TWENTY-FOURTH, 
N Meridian e to Dela 

50 Pennsvlvania 
TWENTY-FOURTH, fi 
N Meridian w to Mich 
igan Road 
50 Illinois 
75 Kenwood a 
100 Tennessee 
125 Graceland ( 
150 Mississippi 
200 Indi'apolis av / 
250 Brown ) L 

275 Dye ) 

TWENTY NINTH, fr 
Illinois w to Crown 
Hill Cemetery, first n 
of Twenty eighth J 
60 Tennessee 
TW ENTY-S ECOND, f r N 
Meridian e to Macy 
av, first n of Twenty- 
first 

Pennsylvania l 

Talbott av 

Delaware I j 

Alabama [ 

Central av 

Park av J 

Broadway l 

College av 

Western av 1 p 

Grand View av f ' 

Forest av 

Grove av J 

TWENTY-SECOND, frN 
Meridian w to Michi- 
gan Road, first n of 
Twenty-first 

Illinois 1 

Kenwood av 

Tennessee 

Graceland a\ 

Mississippi 

London av 

Berlin av 

Paris av 



> J 



Brown 

Dve 

TWENTY-SEVENTH, fr 
Illinois w to Crown 
Hill Cemetery, first u 
of Twenty sixth J 

Tennessee 

Carter 

Mississippi 

TWENTY-SIXTH, fr N 

Meridian e to Central 

av, first n of Twenty 

fifth J 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Wash'tonBoul'v'd 
TWENTY-SIXTH, fr N 
Meridian w to Missis- 
sippi, first n of Twenty- 
fifth J 

Superior 

Illinois 

Kenwood av 

Tennessee 

Graceland av 

TWENTY-THIRD, fr N 

Mississippi w to Mich- 

iKan Road, first n of 

Twenty-second L 

Indianapolis av 

Dye 

TWIN LAKE(Strat- 
ford), fr McPherson n 
e to Sherman Drive, 
s e to Thomas A 

UDELL (N I), fr Michi- 



gan Road w to Schi 
mann av, second n of 
Shoemaker 
Annette 
Rader 
Lulu 
Emma 
Elmira 
UNION, fr corner of 
Madison av and Mer- 
rill s to city limits S 
44 Phippa 
84 McCarty 
201 Ray 
2>9 Wilkins 
272 Morris 
325 Hanway 
400 Hill 
450 Palmer 
480 LeGrand av 
UNIVERSITY AV (Irv- 
Ington), fr Butler av 
e, first s of C, St L & P 
Ry A 

URBANA. fr Naomi s to 
Arlington av, second 
e of Shelby V 

Beecher 
URBANA, fr Rural e to 
Parker av, first i 
Lily 

UTAH, see S Tennessee 
S 
VALE (N I), fr North n 
to Orchard av, seventh 
w of Sehurmann av L 
VALLEY, fr 279 8 East 
e to Virginia av, be- 
tween South and Mt 
rill V W 

VALLEY DRIVE fr cor- 
ner Beech and Ger- 
trude ave e to Brook- 
side av, second s of 
Lawrence D 

Clark 

Ludlow Lane 
Hazel 

Brookside av 
VASSIE, fr Raymond s 
to Ream, first e of 
White river S 

VERMONT, fr WON Me- 
ridian e to State av 
50 Pennsylvania / 
100 Delaware 



VINE, fr Park av e to 
Ash, second n of St 
St Clair (2d Ward) F 
54 Broadway 
68 College av ' 
80 Oak 
VINE, fr Raymond s to 
Spruce, second w of 
Meridian (15th Ward) 
T 
Walnut 
VINTON, fr 628 S West 
to White river R 

Dakota 
VIOLET, fr Wilmington 
n to Fall creek, first w 
of Michigan Road L 
VIRGINIA AV, fr cor- 
ner of Pennsylvania 
and Washington s e to 
Prospect. Y W 

60 Maryland 
96 Georgia 



33(1 Stevens 
430 Cedar 
430 McCarty 
450 Bismark 
419Bradshaw 
528 Grove 
577 Buchanan 
600 Elk 

619 Dougherty 
VOLNEY, fr Brookside 
av 8, first e of Mineral 
A 
V0R8TER AV (N I) fr 
Fall creek w to river, 
first n of Indiana av 
L 
Post av 

Sehurmann av 
VOIGHP (Brightwood), 



)NMe- 



146 

200 New Jersey 
2.50 East 
299 Liberty 
330 Noble 
422 Spring 
432 Fulton 
450 Davidson 
462 Pine 

CCC&IRy 
6i0 Dorman 
600 Archer 
650 Hanna 

Myla 
VERMONT, fr 2 
ridian w to city limits 
50 Illinois J 

104 Tennessee ) 

105 Mississippi J K 
175 Ellsworth ) 
204 Missouri ) 
226 I Columbia >M 
260 West ) 
290 California i 
370 Blackford 

374 Bright I 

400 Douglass 

Blake 

Miuervla 
600 Agnes 
6S7 Patterson 
680 Hiawatha 

White River 

Taylor 

Crawford 

Lynn 

Belmont av 



WABASH, fr Pennsyl- 
vania e to Noble, be- 
tween Market and 
Ohio 

50 Pennsylvania ) 
100 Delaware ) H 

160 Alabama ) 

200 New Jersey i 
225 Clinton I v 

250 East f " 

300 Liberty J 

WABASH, fr 70 N Illi- 
nois w to Blackford 
100 Tennessee ) ,, 
ISO Mississippi J-" 
•-'00 Missouri ( „ 

2.50 West ! ■" 

WACKER(HaughvUlel, 
f r Frazee n to Grand- 



rst 



of 



WAGNER AV (Irving- 
ton), fr University av 
w, first west of Ains- 
worth av A 

W ALCOTT. fr 812 E 
Washington n to Mich- 
igan, first e of State av 
B 
Ohio 



WALKER(Hanghville), 
f r Frazee n to Summit, 
first w of Haugh O 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



•WALKER AV.fr St Ma- 
rie av s e, thence e to 
Knox V 

Bradbury av 



152 Alabama 
200 New Jersey 
224 Clinton 
250 East 
30O Liberty 



WALLACE, fr Washi 
ton n to White rl^ 
first w of Noble (5th 
Ward) P 

Columbia 
WALLACE (Irvington), 
fr Washington av n, 
first w of Quincy A 
WALLACE, fr Miami e 
to Erhart, first s of 
Prospect X 

Madeira 
WALLACK, fr Gresham 
s to Raymond, second 
w of Shelby V 

Iowa 
Beecher 
San ford 
WALNUT, fr 350 N Me- 
ridian e to Noble {7th 
Ward) 
60 Pennsylvania / 



av }- 

, fr 349 N Me- 



150 Alabama 
200 New Jersey 
250 East 
300 Park av 
WALNUT, 
ridian w to West (6t 
Ward) 

25 Superior ) 

50 Illinois } 

98 Tennessee ; 
150 Mississippi 
175 Wood ) 

202 Missouri J . 

210 Fayette ) 

WALNUT, fr Gravel 
Road w. first s of Ray- 
mond (15th Ward) S 
Race 
Brown av 
WALNUT (olh Ward), 

see Beacon 
WALNUT AV (Irving- 
ton), fr College av n e 
and e, first n of Wash- 

WALNUt\v (N I), fr 
Michigan Road w to 
Clifton, first n of 
Highland X 

WARMAN, fr Washing- 
ton n to Vermont, first 
w of Muir av P 

WARMAN AV (Haugh- 
ville), fr I, D & W R R 
s to Vermont, first w 
of Holmes av 

WARREN, fr Michigan 
avs to Bates, first evt 
Quincy B 

WARREN (Brightwood) 
fr Pendleton Pike e, 
first s of Bloyd av D 
Houston 
Adams 
Shade 
Lawn 
Depot 
Poplar 
Brightwood 
WARREN (Irvington), 
fr Washington av s, 
first e of Orchard A 
WARREN AV (WI), fr 
Oliver av s to Wood- 
burn av, first w of 
Marion av Q 

Cottage av 
WASHINGTON, fr 1 
Meridian e tocitylii 
its, dividing the ci 
north and south 
50 Pennsylvania ) 
lOO Delaware i 



500 Pine 

501 Michigan av 
600 Cruse 
620 Highland av 
630 Hanna 
650 Oriental 
730 McKim av 
762 Arsenal av 
800 Summit 
840 state av 
858 Walcott 
900 Randolph 

IC08 Johnson av 
1030 Jeffersouav 
1100 Beville av 
1128 Gillard av 
1132 Range av 
1150 Tacoma av 

Prairie av 
1164 Temple av 
1175 Woodside av 
1200 Eastern av 
1250 Rural 
WASHINGTON, fr 2 

Meridian w to city 

limits, dividing the 

city north and south P 
48 Illinois 

100 Tennessee 

152 Mississippi 

200 Missouri 

252 West 

302 California 

346 Blackford 

376 Helen 

402 Geisendorff 

438 Blake 

500 White river 
Henrietta 
Plum Alley 

736 Noble 

792 Wallace 

808 State 



King 

99S Wright 

1003 Belt R R 

1036 Miley av 

1060 Elder av 

1080 Traub av 

1100 Belmont av 
WASHINGTON AV (Ir- 
vington). fr Wallace e. 

Washington A 

WASHINGTON BOU- 
LEVARD, frE Twen- 
ty-sixth n to Thirti- 
eth, first e of Pennsyl- 
vania J 
Twentv-eighth 

WATER, fr90 Stevens s 
to McCarty, first w of 
Virginia av V 

WATER (Irvington), fr 
Parker av n w, second 
nof BrooksirteRoadD 

WATKINSAV (Irving- 
ton), fr Worchester av 



, first I 






WATTS, fr Washington 
n to Clifford av, firste 
of Belt R R 

New York ) . 

Michigan J 

Willard 
WAVERLY (Bright- 
wood), fr Bloyd n to 
Brinkman, first e of 
Morris D 

Division 



Progress av 
Pope av 
WEBB, Ir Belt R R s to 
Raymond, first e of 
Madison aye T 

WEGHORST, fr East e, 
first n of Lincoln Lane 
T 
WELLS (N D, fr Michi- 
gan road w to Grover, 
second u of Chicago 

Annette 

Lulu 

Burton av 
WENDELL,frWTwelfth 
n to Fall creek, first e 
of Michigan Road L 



ington n to 1 
av, thence b 
Sixth 

25 Court 

50 Market 

75 Wabash 
100 Ohio 
154 New Y'ork 
175 Miami 
205 Vermont 

250 Michigan 
300 North 
362 Walnut 

400 St Ciair 
462 Pratt 
50O First 
550 Second 
600 Third 
620 Mayhew 
645 Drake 
650 Fourth 
700 Brett 
750 Mclntire 

Sixth 

WEST, fr 249 W Wash- 
ington s to city limits 

25 Pearl 

50 Maryland 

75 Chesapeake 

94 Georgia 
150 Louisiana 
200 South 
217 Kentucky av 

251 Sharpe 
296 Merrill 
316 Abbott 
318 Grant 
353 Catharine 
362 Roe 
388 McCarty 

401 Root 
412 McCauley 
424 Kingan 



650 

.560 Jones 
575 Morris 
Wisconsin 

WEST DRlVE,8eeWood- 
riiff Ploce 

WESTERN AV, contin- 
uation of Bedford av, 
fr Twenty-second 



Fleet 
Park av 
Broadway 
College av 
WESTERN AV (Irving- 
ton), fr Washington 



s, first 



of Na 



WESTFIELD, fr Michi- 
gan Road e, first n of 
Twentv-second L 

WHEATLEY, fr McLain 



133 



n to Murray, second e 
of Shelby V 

WHEELER (Bright- 
wood), fr Bloyd av n, 
first e of Harriet D 

Park 

Division 



fourth w of 
Schurmann av L 

WHITE AV (NI), fr 
Vorster av n, first w of 
Ismond i 

WILCOX, fr Belmont av 
e, between Vermont 
and Michigan P 

WILKINS, fr 544 3 Me- 
ridian e to Madison av 
25 Locust I „ 

50 Union ( " 

75 Mulberry ,. 

100 Chestnut j ^ 

WILKINS, fr 644 S Me- 
ridian w to Carlos 
50 Illinois S 

75 Maple 
100 Tennessee 
Church 
WILLARD, fr Garden s 
to Merrill, first w of 
Tennessee (11th Wardj 

WILLARD, frWattse to 
Ewing, first s of Clif- 
ford av A 
Ellis 
Fay 
WILLIAM, fr Prospect 
u to Lexington av. 
second e of State av W 
WILLIAM (W I), fr 
Morris n, first w of 
Judge Harding Q 
WILLIAM (W I), fr Oli- 
ver av s, first w of I U 
Ry Q 
Morris 
Lambert 
Howard 
Miller 
WILLIAMS, fr 33 Orien- 
tal e to State av, first 
s of Washington B 
50 Arsenal av 
Summit 
WILLOW, fr 201 Shelby 
e to State ay T 
60 Olive 
100 Linden 
150 Arthur 
21 Laurel 
250 Spruce 
WILLOW (Brightwood), 
fr Shade e to Barthol- 
omew, firstnof Brink- 
man D 
Gale 
Station 
Brightwood 
Foundry 
Hope 
School 
Wood 
Hare 
WILMINGTON AV, fr 
Michigan Road w, first 
R f f Fall Creek L 
WILSON, fr North n to 
Davis, fifth w of Blake 
(4th Ward) iV 
Elizabeth 
Coe 
WILSON, fr S Pine e. 
first s of Washington 
(9th Ward) B 
WINCHESTER, fr Shel- 
by e to State av, first 
s of Colgrove F 
Boyd av 
Matiie 
WINDSOR, f r CUfTord »v 



134 



n to corner of Orange 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



WISCONSIN, fr 655 S 
Meridian w to Dakota, 
uecond s of Morris 
soniinois ) , 

100 Tennessee i 
Carlos ( p 

West ] ■" 

WOOD, fr Michigan n to 



North, 



rof Mis- 



woo 

to Michigan av, sec- 
ond s of English av X 

Cannon 

Payne 

Crawford 

Canby 

Dupont 

Qolay 

Freeland 

Erhart 
•D (Brii 
Bee Line 

of School J) 

WOODBINE (N I), fr 
North av n, third e of 
White river L 

WOODBURN AV (W I), 
from Drover w, first s 
of Cottage av Q 



River av 
Marion av 
Warren 
Division 
Arbor av 
WOODLAWN AV, fr 350 
Dillon e to State av W 
50 Olive 
100 Linden 
ISO Spruce 
WOODRUFF AV, fr 
Clifford av n to Brook- 
side av, first w of New- 

WOODRUFF PLACE, e 
side State av. between 
Michigan and Clifford 
av SSCN 

WOODSIDE, fr Washin ^- 
ton s, first e of Prairie 



lish av, second 

Auburn 
Graydon 
Michigan av 



R R s to Huron a 
first e of Detroit av 

Watkins av 

Lena 



Young 

Brookville Pike 
English av 
Fletcher av 
WRIGHT, fr Washing- 
ton n, first w of King 
(oth Ward) P 

Springfield 
Beacon 
WRIGHT, fr 146 Bu- 
chanan s to Birken- 
meyer, fourtheofEast 
(13th Ward) V 

143 Dougherty 
293 Coburn 
Morris 
Stiltz 
Sanders 
WYOMING, fr 376 8 Del 
aware e to High T V 
35 Alabama 
YALE {N I), fr North av 
n, second e of While 
river L 

YANDES, fr Malntt av 
n to city limits, second 
e of C. W & M Ry 
75 Home av 
100 Lincoln av 
l.iO Sixth 
250 Seventh 
3f0 Eighth 
319 Ninth 



370 Tenth 
400 Twelfth 
Clyde 
Bruce 
Davldge 



Rebecca 
Manchester J 
YA8SIE, fr Raymond s 
to Ream, first e of 
White river S 

Romaine 
Carleton 
YEISER, fr Madison av 
e to East, first s of 
Morris T 

34 Kennington 
96 Franklin 
YORK (Wl), frHadley 
avf - ''--' - -' '- 



first n of Stock 
B 

YOUNG, fr Cypress s. 
first e of Shelby V 
YOUNG (Irvington), fr 
Worrhester s e to Park- 
er, first n of Brook- 
ville Pike A 
ZWINGLEY, fr Bethel 
av s, first e of Luther 
W 
Reformers av 




DIRECTORY 
BORROWERS 



'^/%/^E RECEIVE many complaints from our patrons to the effect that 
11/ they are bothered so much bv BORROWERS. These parties are 
^^'^'^ not the private citizen nor the stranger in the city, who steps in, 
looks at the Directory and goes out, but merchants, business and 
professional men, who need a Directory every day of the year, yet who are too 
close-fisted to buy one. 

These same individuals are the ones that borrow your Directory '' just for a 
minute," which, in the majority of cases, means a day or perhaps a week, unless 
you remember that they have it and send for it. 

These same borrowers will tell the Directory canvasser that he has "no use for a 
Directory," that he "knows everybody," and, vice versa, "everybody knows him." 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 



FIRST WARD— All of that part of said City 
tounded as follows: Commencing on the center 
line of Rural street at its intersection by the cen- 
ter line of Brinkman street, thenre south along the 
center lius of Rural street to the cenier line of 
Michigan street; thence WPSt along tne center 
line of Michigan street to the center 1 ine of Hanna 
street; thence north along the center line of 
Hanna street to the center line of St. Clair sti eet ; 
thence west along the ceuter line of St. Clair 
street to the Lake Erie & Western Railway 
tracks ; thence north along the center line of said 
tracks to the center line of Christian av.; thence 
west along the center line of Chiistian av. to the 
center line of Cornell av. to the center line of 
Ninth street: thence west along the center line 
of Ninth street to the center line of Greenwood 
av.; thence north along the center line of Green- 
wood av. to the center line of Bruce street ; thence 
east along the center line of Bruce street to the 
Lake Erie & Western Railway tracks; thence 
north a long said tracks to the north corporation 
line; thence east along the said north corpora- 
tion line to the center of Rural street, the place 
of beginning. There shall be excepted from this 
ward the incorporated town of Woodruff Place, 
which lies within this description and is situated 
directly east of the arsenal. 

SECOND WARD— All that part of said City 
bounded as follows: Commencing on the center 
line of Brinkman street where it intersects the 
Lake Erie & Western Kailway tracks, thence run- 
ning south with said tracks to the center line of 
Bruce street; thence west along the center line 
of Bruce street to the center line of Greerwood 
av.; thence south alongthe ceuter line of Gn en- 
wood av. to the center line of Ninth street; 
thence east along the center line of Ninth street 
to the center line of Cornell av.; thence south 
along the center line of Cornell av. (o the center 
line of Christian av.; thence east along the cen- 
ter line of Christian av. to the Lake Erie & West- 
ern Railway tracks; thence south alone said 
tracks to the center line of St. Clair street; thence 
west along the center line of St. Clair street to 
the center line of Alabama street; thence north 
along the center line of Alabama street to the 
center line of Exposition av.; thence east along 
the center line of Exposition av. to the center 
line of Central av.; thence north along the cen- 
ter line of Central av. to the north corporation 
line; thence east along said corporation line to 
the Lake Erie & Western Railway tracks at their 
intersection of Brinkman street, the place of be- 
ginning. 

THIRD WARD— All of that part of said City 
bounded as follows : Commencing at the north 
corporation line, where it is intersected by the 
center line of Central av.; thence south along 
the center line of Central av. to the ceuter line 
of Exposition av.; thence west along the center 
lineof Exposition av. to the center line of Ala- 



thenoe north along the center line of Delaware 
street to center line of Second street ; thence west 
alongthe center line of Second street to the cen- 
ter line of Canal; thence north along the renter 
line of Canal to the corporation line; thence 
north with said corporation line, the same being 
the center line of the Michigan Road, to the cen- 



• line of Twenty-second street ; thence north 
along the cenier line of Mississippi street to the 
center line of Twenty-sixth Btreet; thence east 
alongthecenterlineuf Twenty-sixth street to the 
ceuter lineof Meridian street; thence south along 
the center line of Meridian street to the center 
line of Tweiiiieih street; thence west alorgthe 
center line of Twentieth street to the center line 
.of Illinois street; thence south along the center 
lineof Illinois street to the center lineof Nine- 
teenth street; thence west along the center line 
of Nineteenth street to the west line of Tennes- 
see street; thence south along the west line of 
Tennessee street to the south hank of Fall Creek; 
thence east along and with the meanderlngs of 
said south bank of Fall Creek to the center line 
of Meridian street ; thence south along the center 
lineof Meridian street to the center lineof Sev- 
enteenth street ; thence east along the center line 
of Seventeenth street, the same being the north 
corporation line, to the centerline of Central av., 
the place of beginning. 

FOURTH WARD— All of that part of said City 
bounded as follows: Commencing at the into 
section of > he north line of iho southwest quar- 
ter {}i) of section thirty-five (35). township six- 
teen (16) north, range three (3) east, by the ( 



and Mis.^ouri street to the center line of Vermont 
street; thence west along the center lineof Ver- 
mont street to theceuterline of Blackfordstreet: 
thence north alongthe center line of Blackford 
street to thecentt-r line of Michigan street; thence 
Avest along the cenier line of Michigan street to 
the west corporation line: thence north on said 
west cori>oration line to the south line of section 
thirty-four (S4), township sixteen (16) north, 
range three (3) east; thence cast on said section 
line to the east bniik of Fall Creek ; thence north 
with and along the meanderlngs of the east bank 
of Full Creek to the north line of the southwest 
quarter (?!) of section thirty-five (35), township 
sixteen (IG) north, range three (3) east; thence 
east on said section line to its intersection by 
the center line of the Canal, the place of begin- 



FIFTH WARD— All that part of said City 
bounded as follows : Commencing at the center 
line of the Canal and Missouri street, at its inter- 
section by the center line of Vermont street; 
thence south along the renter line of the Canal 
and Missouri street to the center line of Mary- 
land street; thence west along the cenier lineof 
Marylnnd street in a direct line to the center 
line of Belmontav., thesamebeingthe township 
line ; thence nonh along the cenier line of Bel- 
mont av. and said township line to the center 
lineof Michigan street; thence due east along 
the center line of Michigan streetin a direct line 
to the east bank of While River; thence north 
igan 
ich- 
i the center line of Blackford street: 
thence south along the center line of Blackford 
street to thecenterlineof Ve-montstreet ; thence 
east along the center line of Vermont street to 
the center line of the Canal and Missouri street. 



136 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 



shall be excepted 
I tbis ward so miicn ol ine incorporate town 
of Hanghville as is embraced within the descrip- 
tion of this ward. 

SIXTH WARD— All that part of said City 
bounded RS fdllows: Commencing at the center 
line <.f Al.ib«ma street at its jnttrsection by the 
center line of Morrison street, thence southaloiig 
the center line of Alabama street to the center 
line of St. Clair street; thence west along the 
center line of St. Clair street to the center line of 
Pennsylvania street; thence south along the 
center line of Pennsylvania street to the center 
line of Market street; thence west along the 
center line of Market street to the center line of 
Circle street; thence west along the center line 
of the north side of Circle street to the center 
line of Market street; thence west along the 
center line of Mnrket street to the center line of 
Illinois street ; thence north along thecenter line 
o! Illinois street to the center line of Oliio street ; 
thence west along the center line of Ohio street 
to the center line of Missouri street; thence 
north along the center line of Missouri street to 
the cen-er line of Second street; thence east 
along the center line of Second street to the 
center line of Delaware street; thence souih 
along the center line of Delaware sireet to the 
center line of Morrison street; thence east along 
thecenter line of Morrison street to the center 
line of Alabama street, the place of beginning. 

SEVENTH W AKD— All of that part of said City 
bounded as follows: Commencing on thecenter 
line of Noble street at its intersection by the 
center line of St. Clair street, thence south along 
the center line of Noble street to the center line 
of Ohio street ; thence west along the center line 
of Ohio street to the cen er line of Pennsylvania 
street; thence north along the center line of 
Pennsylvania street tn the center line of St. Clair 
street; thence east along the center line of St. 
Clair street to the center line of Noble street, the 
place of beginning. 

EIGHTH W ARD— All of that part of said City 
bounded as follows : Commencing on the cen- 
ter line of Rural street at its inteisection by the 
center line of Michigan street, thence south along 
the center line of Rural street to the center line 
of Washington street; thence west along the 
center line of Washington street to the center 
line of Noble street; thence north along the cen- 
ter line of Noble street to the center line of St. 
Clair street; thenceeast along thecenter line of 
St. Clair street to the Lake Erie & Western Rail- 
way tracks; thence north along said tracks to 
the ce ler line of St. Clair street; thence east 
along the center line of St. Clair street to the cen- 
ter line of Hanna street; thence south along the 
center line of Hanna street to the center line of 
Michigan street; thence east along the center 
line of Michigan street to the center line of 
Kural street, the place of beginning. 

NINTH WARD-All that part of said City 
bounded as follows : Commencing on the center 
line of Dillon street at its intersection by the 
center line of Prospect street, thence east along 
the center line of Prospect street to the center 
line of Auburn street; thence north along the 
center line of Auburn street to the center line of 
English av.; thence east along the center line of 
English ay. to thecorporation line; thence north 
on the east corporation line to the center line of 
Washington street; thence west along the cen- 
ter line of Washington street to the center line 
of Ben ton street; thence south along the center 
line of Benton street to the center line of Louisi- 
ana street; thenceeast along the center line of 
Louisiana street to the center line of Dillon 
street; thence south along the center line of 
Dillon street to the center line of Prospect sireet, 
the place of beginning. 

TENTH WARD-All of that part of said City 
bounded as follows: Commencing on the center 
line of Noble street at iis intersection by the cen- 
ter line of Ohio street, thence south along the 
center line of Noble street to the center liiie of 
Washington isfreet; thenceeast along thecenter 
line of Washington street to the center line of 
Benton street; thence south along the center 
line of Benton street to the center line of Louisi- 
ana street ; thence west along the center line of 



Louisiana street to the center line of East street; 
thence south along the center line of East street 
to the center line of South street; thence west 
along the center line of South street to the center 
line of Illinois sireet; thence north along the 
center line of llUnois street to the center line of 
Market street; thence east along the center line 
of Market sireet to thecenter lineof Circlestreet; 
thence east along the center line of C ircle street, 
following the north side of said Circle street to 
the center line of Market street ; thence east 
along the center line of Market sireet to the cen- 
ter line of Pennsylvania street; thence north 
along the center line of Pennsylvania street to 
the center line of Ohio street; thence east along 
the center line of Ohio street to the center line of 
Noble sireet, the place of beginning. 

ELEVENTH WARD-All of that part of said 
City bounded as follows: Commencing on the 
center line of Illinois sireet at its Intersection by 
the center line of Ohio street, thence south along 
the center line of Illinois street to Ihe center line 
of McCarty street; thence west along the center 
lineof McCarty street to the east bank of White 
River ; thence north with and along the meander- 
inga of the east bank of While River to the center 
line of Maryland street; thence east along the 
center lineof Maryland street to the center line 
of Missouri street; thence north along the center 
line of Missouri street and the Canal to the cen- 
t'ir line of Ohio street; thence east along the cen- 
ter line of Ohio street to the center line of Illinois 
street, the place of beginning. 

TWELFTH WARD-All of that part of said 
City hounded as follows; Commencing on the 
center line of East street at its intersection by the 
centerline of Southstreel, thence south along the 
center line of East street to the center line of 
Morris street; thence west along the center line 
of Morris sireet to the center line of Illinois 
street; thence north on the center line of Illinois 
street to the center line of South sireet; thence 
east along the center line of South street to the 
center line of East street, the place of beginning. 
THIRTEENTH WARD— All of that part of said 
City bounded as follows: Commencing on the 
center line of Dillon street, at ils intersection by 
the center line of Louisiana street, thence south 
along the center line of Dillon street and Shelby 
street to the center line of Sanders street; thence 
west along the center line of Sanders street to the 
center line of East street ; thence north along the 
center line of East sireet to the center line of 
Louisiana street; thence east along the center 
line of Louisiana street to the center line of Dil- 
lon street, the place of beginning. r 

FOURTEENTH WARD— AU of that part of 
said City bounded as follows: Commencing on 
the east corporation line at itsinterseolionby the 
center line of Prospect street; thence south and 
west with and along the meanderinga of said 
south and east corporation line to the center line 
of Madison av ; thence north along ll.e center 
line of Madison av. to the center line of Morris 
street; thence east along the centerline of Jlorris 
sireet to the center line of East street; thence 
south along the center line of East street to the 
center line of Sanders street; thence east along 
the center line of Sanders street to the centerline 
of Shelby street: thence north along the center 
line of Shelby street to the center line of Pros- 
pect street; thenceeast along the center lineof 
Prospect street to the east corporation line, the 
place of beginning, 

FIFTEENTH W A RD— All of that part of said City 
bounded as foUowb : Commencing at the i enter 
line of Madison av. at ils intersection by the cen- 
ter line of Morris street, thence south aloLg the 
center line of Madison av. to the south corpora- 
tion line; thence west along the south corpora- 
tion line to the east bank of White River, the 
same being the west corporation line; thence 
north with and along the meanderings of the 
east bank of White Fiver end said west corpora- 
tion line to the center line of McCarty street; 
thence east along the center line of McCarty 
street to the center liue of Illinois street ; thence 
>;nutb along the center line of Illinois street to 
the center line of Morris street; thence east along 
the center line of Morris street to the center lin» 
of Madison av., the place of beginnia?. 



iNCOriPORATED 1885. 

ESTASLISHED 1870. 



R. Li. Polk & Go. 
BAZETTEER and DIRECTORY 

PUBLISHERS. 
PUBLISHERS OF GAZETTEERS AND BUSINESS DIRECTORIES 

FOR THE STATES OF 

ILLINOIS, WEST VIRGINIA, CALIFORNIA, 

MICHIGAN, KENTUCKY, WASHINGTON, 

PENNSYLVANIA, INDIANA, COLORADO, 

NEW JERSEY, IOWA, WY'OMING, 

MINNESOTA,, WISCONSIN, NEW MEXICO, 

MONTANA TEXAS, UTAH, 

DAKOTA, MARYLAND, NEVADA, 

KANSAS, OREGON, ARIZONA, 

MISSOURI, TENNESSEE, ARKANSAS 

ALABAMA, PROVINCE OF ONTARIO, IDAHO, 

MEDICAL AND SURGICAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES, 
DENTAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES. 
ARCHITECTS' AND BUILDERS' DIRECTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. 

AND CITY DIFiECFOFeiES 

FOE 

Baltimore, Md.; Detroit, Grand Kapids, Saginaw, Bay City, Jaclcson, Lansing, Muskegon, Port 
Huron, Sault Ste. Marie, Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Kalamazoo, Flint, Alpena, Cheboygan and Big 
Rapids, Mich.; Toledo, Columbus, Zanesville, Flndlay, Newark and Lima, Ohio; Atlanta 
Columbus and Aueusta, Ga. ; Birmingham and Montgomery, Ala. ; Memphis and Knox- 
Tllle,Tenn.; Indianapolis and Fort Wayne, Ind.; St. Paul. Minneapolis and Duluth, 
Minn. ; Ashland. Oshkosh and Eau Claire, Wis. ; Des Moines, Sioux City and Du- 
buque, Iowa; Portland, Ore.; Stockton, Cal.; Bismarck, Mandan and Sioux 
Falls, Dak.; Butte, Mont.; Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane Falls and Walla 
Walla, W. ; Salt Lake City, Utah ; London, Hamilton and Toronto, 
Ont.; Puget Sound; and Marine Directory o£ the Great Lakes. 

Head Office, 40 to 44 Larned Street West, Detroit, Michigan. 

OPFICBS : 

St. Louis, Mo., 904 Olive Street. 
Chicago, III., 122 La Salle Street. 
Philadelphia, Pa., Ledger Building, corner Chestnut and Sixth Streets. 
Toledo, Ohio, 306 Madison Street. 

Columbus, Ohio, 49 North High Street. 
Baltimore, Md., 112 North Charles Street. 

St. Paul, Minn., National German American Bank Building. 
Minneapolis, Minn., 257 First Avenue South. 
Des Moines, Iowa, 410 Iowa Loan and Trust Building. 
Toronto, Ont., IS Wellington E. 
Portland, Ore., First National Bank Building. 
Atlanta, Ga., Chamber of Commerce. 

San Francisco, Cal., 606 Montgomery Street. 
Memphis, Tenn., 341 Second Street. 
Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Indianapolis Office, Rooms 23 and 24 Journal Building. 



establishea 1879. 



Boston School of Elocution i Expression 

OF INDIANAPOLIS 

MRS. HARRIET AUGUSTA PRUNK, Principal. 

(Graduate of the Boston University School of Oratory, under the 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 Physicial and Vocal Culture, Expressive Reading and Oratory. 
Defects of the Vocal Organs a specialty. A Special Course intended for Teachers, 
Ministers and Law Students, in Bible, Oratorical and Shakesperian Studies. Essays 
revised. (Sunimer 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 becoming PUBLIC RKADKR8 or STUDKNTSof the DRvMATIC ART. Also 
DIALECT or CHARACTER IMPERSONATIONS. Pupils can enter at any time. 
Boston and New Youk methods used, and varied to suit individual needs. 
DRAMATIC CLUBS rehearsed and directed. For further information call on or 
address 

368 West New York Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Mrs. Harriet Augusta Prunk. principal. 

Blake Street Cars pass the School. 



ADDITIONS. REMOVALS, ETC. 



RECEIVED TOO LATE FOB REGULAR INSERTION. 



Arszman J Henry, mngr The Crystal Ice 

Co, h 95 Minerva. 
Benger Wm, pres Indiana Real Estate Co, 

h Watkins, N Y. 
Brown Harry G, reporter Indpls Sentinel, 

h 274 W New York. 
Brown Kate (wid George W), h 274 W New 

York. 
Carlon Charles H (Welch & Carlon), b 79 

W North. 
Creelman Percy, h 40 Woodrufifpl. 
Dill Peter M (Tutewiler, Shideler & Dill), 

h 281 Bellefontaine. 
Fiske Wm B, caslir Mutual Life Ins Co of 

New York, 6 to 10 Lombard BIHg. 
Gist John T, real estate llj W Washing- 
ton, h 120 Christian av. 
Gotb & Co (Charles A and John L 

Goth), Marble Works 157 Mass av. 
Gundelfinger Benno, plumber 461 Central 

av, h 433 Ash. 



Hebble George M, h 398 N California. 
Heche Franres, stenog Mutual Life Ins Co 

of New York, 6-10 Lombard Bldg. 
Hendriokson & Staples ( Henry C Hendrick- 

soo, Wm A Staples), architects r 38, 

Journal Bldg. 

Henry & Watson (G A Henry, 
Benjamin FWatson), Lawyers r 3, Phoe- 
nix BIk. 

Jones Horace B, mechanical draughtsman, 
b n w cor Park av and 17th. 

Lowry W W, lawyer 57 Journal Bldg, h 40 
Woodruff pi. 

Blorrls Elmer P, Successor to Eagle 
Electric Co, Electrician and Dealer in 
Electrical Supplies, 22 Circle; Tel 1550. 
(See adv ioclassifiedElectrical Supplies.) 

Teagne Albert E, phys, h 86 N Mississippi. 

-Welcli & Carlon (John R Welch 
and Charles H Carlon), Real Estate and 
Insurance Agts 34 Circle; Tel 1531. 



R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Indianapolis City Directory. 





1804. 






ABBREVIATIONS. 




acct— accountant. 


mnfr— manufactur- 


mngr— manager. 


(S)— Stratford. 


adv— advertisement 


er. 


Mass av— Massachu- 


(S I)— South Indi- 


agt— agent. 




setts avenue. 


anapolis. 


al-alley. 


(c'^R)— Clifton on the 


(N I)— North Indi- 


s e— southeast. 


Am Ex Co— Ameri- 


River. 


anapolis. 


s s— south side. 


can Express Co. 


dept— department. 


n— north. 


s w— southwest. 


asst— assistant. 


dom— domestic. 


nr— near. 


sec— secretary. 


assn— association. 


e— east. 


n e— northeast. 


stenog— stenogra- 


av— avenue. 


(E)— Bmrichville. 


n s— north side. 


pher. 


b— boards. 


engr— engineer. 


n w— northwest. 


supt— superinten- 


(B)— Brightwood. 


e s— east side. 


opp— opposite. 


dent. 


(B H)— Broolclyn 


E Mkt House-East 


opr— operator. 


tel— telegraph or tel- 


Heigiits. 


Market House. 


Penn— Pennsyl- 


ephone. 


bllismitli— blacls- 


furngs— furnishings 


vania (st). 


tmstr— teamster. 


smith. 


h— house. 


photog— photog- 


trav— traveling. 


bet— between. 


(H)— HaughvUle. 


rapher. 


treas— treasurer. 


bldg-buildlngr. 


a)— Irvington. 


phys— physician. 


uphir— upholsterer. 


blic- bloclc. 


Indpls — Indianapo- 


pk-park. 


U S Ex Co— United 


bltlcpr- boolclceeper. 


lis 


pi— place. 


States Express Co. 


Bros- brothers. 


ins— insurance. 


plastr— plasterer. 


vet surg— veterinary 


cabtmlir— cabinet 


insp— inspector. 


P O-Postofflce. 


surgeon. 


maker. 


Inst— instrument. 


pres— president. 


w-west. 


carp-carpenter. 


lab-laborer. 


prin— principal. 


(W)— Woodside. 


car rep — car repairer. 


la— lane. 


propr— proprietor. 


(W I)— West Indian- 


cashr— cashier. 


11 thog— lithogra- 


put>— publisher. 


apolis. 


civ eng— civil engi- 


pher. 


r— rooms. 


(W P)— Woodruff 


neer. 


mach— machinist. 


rd— road. 


Place. 


elk— clerk. 


mach hd— machine 


real est— real estate. 


who— wholesale. 


collr— collector. 


hand. 


ret— retail. 


wld-widow. 


com mer— commis- 


(M J)— Mount Jack- 


Rev— Reverend. 


w s— west side. 


sion merchant 


son. 


r m s— railway mall 


W U Tel Co-West- 


contr— confectioner. 


mkr— maker. 


service. 


ern Union Tele- 


condr— conductor. 


mnfg— manufactur- 


s— south. 


graph Co 


contr— contractor. 


RAILROADS. 




C C C & St L, (Big Fc 


ur) Cleveland, Cincinnati, C 


Chicago and St. Louis 


C H & D 


Cincinnati, Hi 


imilton and Dayton 


I D & W 


Indianapolis, T 


ecatur and Western 


I U Ry Co 


Indianapol 


s Union Railway Go 


I & V 


Indiana 


polls and Vincennes 


J M & I 


JefEersonville, Madi 


son and Indianapolis 


L B & W 


Lak 


e Erie and Western 


L, N A & C (Monon) 


Louisville, New 


Albany and Chicago 


O I & W 


Ohio, I 


ndiana and Western 


Penna Lines 




Pennsvlvania Lines 


P C C & St L (Pan H 


andie) ::::::::::::::::::::" ipitt^bi^g; 'Cincinnati 


, Chicago & St Louis 


T H & I (Vandalia L 


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ABBETT CHARLES H, Physician 3 
Abbett Bldgr, 31 1-3 Virginia av; U 
.S3 \V Vermont. 

Abbett Ernest, b 82 W Vermont. 

Abbett Francis M, phys, 17 Virginia av, r 12 
Windsor PI. 

Abbett George M, paper hanger, h 131 Pen- 
dleton av. 



sey. 
Abbett Wm H, feed stable 864 S Meridian, 

h 896 S Meridian. 
Abbott Catherine E (wid Wm), b 326 W 1st. 
Abbott Delia, (wid Wm F), h 40 Paca. 
Abbott Edward, h 54 Sheldon. 



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Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 

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Abbott Eli, carp, h 7 Hoyt av. 

Abbott George D, vault cleaner, 170 Virginia 

av, h 171 S Alabama. 
Abbott Gertrude (wid Frank), r 129 E Olilo. 
Abbott James O, lab, h 368 W Maryland. 
Abbott James W, lab, h 26 Douglass. 
Abbott John, lab, b 36 N Calitornia. 
Abbott Louis, lab, h 359 W Pearl. 
Abbott Wm H, lab, h 368 W Maryland. 
Abdon John, ins agt, h 323% B Washington. 
Abeck Catherine (wid Bernard), h 40 Ari- 

Abel, see also Apel and Bbel. 

Abel Alexander, lab, h 64 Roanoke. 

Abel Charles, lab, h rear 177 N West. 

Abel Edwp.rd W, molder, b 185 Elizabeth. 

Abel Frederick A, boiler mkr, b 510 W 
Maryland. 

Abel Helena M (wid Charles), h 220 Eliza- 
beth. 

Abel Henry, tinner, b 401 E New York. 

Abel Isaac, coachman, 683 N Delaware. 

Abel Wm, lab, h 386 Blake. 

Aber Darius, news agt, h 428 Cornell av. 

.\ber Roy C, carp, b 428 Cornell av. 

Abernathey Albert, lab, h Woodslde av (W.) 

Abernathey Albert, plasterer, h 6 Morgan 
blk. 

Abernathey Anna E (wid Allen), b 334 
Belletontaine. 

Abernathey Nicholas R, cooper, h s e cor 
West and Georgia. 

Abner, see Ebner. 

Abney James W. carp, h 255 Shelby. 

.\braham August, driver, b 39 Arizona. 

-Abraham August, lab, h 16 Arthur. 

Abraham Henry, lab, b 12 Arizona. 

Abraham Herman, sawyer, h 82 Minnesota. 

Abraham Herman L, h 181 English av. 

Abraham John B (Abraham & Pein), h 4 
Wendell av. 

Abraham Moses, lab, h 12 Arizona. 

-Abraham Wm, lab, h rear 31 Wisconsin. 

ABRAHAM & PEIN (John B Abraham, 
George W Pein), Proprs North Side 
Lanndry 51 and 53 W Tth; Tel 1265. 
(See top lines.) 



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Abrams Allen, motormaji, b 6 Peck. 
Abrams Chester, porter, b 346 W North, 
Abrams John, b 438 S Illinois. 
Abrams Milton, engr, r 13 Franklin Life Ins 

BIdg. 
Abrams Reindall J. h 438 S Illinois. 
Abramson Charles G, printer, h 144 N Ten- 

Abright Catherine, notions, 139 E Mkt 
House, h 1100 N Meridian. 

Abright Charles F, wagonmkr, 211 W Ver- 
mont, b 1100 N Me.-idian. 

Abromet Annie L. music teacher, 488 N Illi- 
nois, !i same. 

Abromet Elizabeth (wid Adolphus), h 48S N 



mil 

Abromet John C, ins solicitor A. Metzger 
Agency, h 488 N Illinois. 

Abromet Lizzie, h 579 Shelby. 

Abromet Lizzie, stenog, b 488 N Illinois. 

Abstome Wm, janitor, h 207 Alvord. 

Achenbach Henry, brakeman, b 559 E Wash- 
ii.^on. 

Achey Americus, carp, h 469 Lincoln av. 

Achey Joseph B, fireman, h 524 E Washing- 
ton. 

Achgill Andrew F, lab, h 163 Prospect- 

AchgUl Christian F, carp, h 60 Dougherty. 

Ackelow Herman, b Circle House. 

Ackelow Herman jr, propr Circle House, 15 
N Meridian. 

Acker, see also Aker and Eaker. 

Acker Frank P, lab, r 1 Cleveland Blk. 

Acker Joseph, lab, h 55 Davis. 

Ackerman Abraham, japanner, h W Addi- 
son (N I). 

Ackerman Andrew, lab. h 30 Bismarck av 

Ackerman Charles, stock keeper Levey Bros 
& Co, b 43 Wyoming. 

Ackerman Fronica (wid John), h rear 612 
S West. 

Ackerman Frank, butcher, b rear 512 S 
West . 

Ackerman Fred, canvasser, b 419 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Ackerman Ida (wid Henry), h. 47 Rock- 
wood. 

Acklen Samuel J, stock dlr, h 182 S Wil- 
liams (W I). 

Ackman, see also Eekman. 

Ackmann Ernest H, carp, h 11 Quince. 

Ackworth James H, fireman, h Brightwood 
av nr Brinkman (B). 

Acme Milling Co , Samuel F Robinson 
pres, Arthur Gillette vice-pres, Harvey 
Mullins sec and treas, 352 W Washington. 

Acme Paving & Cement Co, Derk De 
Ruiter pres. Hoi ace H Fletcher sec and 
treas, 66 Vance Blk. 



leteher Vice-Pres, Allen \V Co«- 
litt Sec and Treas, General Con- 
actors 66 and 67 Vance Blk: Tel 



Acme Steam Laundry, Myers & Mead, 
proprs, 10 W Ohio. 

ACORN STEAM BOILER AND HEATING 
CO, Mnfrs Hot Water Heaters, Steam 
Heaters and Barbers' Bath Heaters 
96 S Delaware. (See adv In classi- 
fied Boilermakers.) 

Acorn Wm, baker, h 26 N Haugh (H). 



Fop Carriages, 

Buggies, 

Harness, etc., 

call on 



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Adair Horace, barber, 216 W Washington h 
same. 

Adair John, driver, h 138 Buchanan. 

Adair Samuel, cabtmlir, h 602 E St Clair. 

Adair Sarah J (wid Alexander), h 27 N 
Noble. 

Adair Wm, carp, h 75 Louise. 

Adair Wm S, attendant Insane Hospital. 

Adam Charles H, City P & T Agt C H & 
D Ry, h 326 Orange. 

Adam Herman F, elk C P Meyer & Bro, h 
e s Union 2 s of Hanway. 

Adam Louis, merch tailor, 76 E Washing- 
ton, h 260 S East. 

Adam Louis G, salesman, b 311 S East 

Adam Wm A, bkkpr, b 311 S Bast. 

Adam Wra C, driver, h 311 S East. 

.4JDAMANT AVALL P1.ASTER COMPANY 
OF INDIANA, A M Archer Pres, Harry 
M Ohr Vioe-Pres, M T Ohr See and 
Treas, C G Root GenI 9ing;r, Office 
and Factory Plilpps cor J SI & I Ry; 
Tel 15ia. (See rlgUt side lines.) 

Adams Alonzo, barber, b 23 Ludlow La. 

Adams Alonzo, candymaker, r 5 26% Mass 

Adams Alton D, mgr Commercial Electric 

Co, h 573 N Penn. 
Adams Anna (wid Charles), h rear 676 N 



Adams Anna (wid David W), h 5 Arthur. 

Adams Anna K, b 211 Park av. 

Adams Annie, h 652 N Mississippi. 

Adams Arthur V, trav agt, b 38 W St Joe- 
seph. 

Adams Belle N (wid Samuel), b 277 N Del- 
Adams Benjamin, lab, h 167 Michigan av. 

Adams Bert B, gents furgs, 13 N Illinois, 
h 765 N Alabama. 

Adams Bertha, stenog, b 53 Greer. 

ADAMS BRICK CO THE, (Capacity 50,- 
iOOO per day), Justus C Adams Pres, 
Fred B Adams Sec, Robert Davis 
Snpt, Office Builders' Exchange 35 
E Ohio; Tel 535; Yards L,e Grand av 
e of Shelby and Boyd and Flnley av 
s e of Shelby pike; Tel 884. 

Adams Catherine, fish, 66 E Mkt House, h 
58 Massachusetts av. 

Adams Catherine H, h 19 Russell av. 

Adams Charles, coachman, 622 N Alabama. 

Adams Charles A, waiter, r rear 676 N 
Mississippi. 

Adams Charles W, music teacher, b 248 
Martindale av. 

Adams Clay (Wilson & Adams), b 187 W 3rd. 

ADAMS C F CO. Edward E Wiley 
Manager, Installment Goods 93 N 
Illinois. 

Adams Douglass, carp, h w s Willow 1 n 
Brightwood av (B.) 

Adams Edith, attendant Indpls Public Li- 
brary, b 211 Park av. 

Adams Edward, brakeman, b 559 E Wash- 
ington. 

Adams Edward S, trav agt, b 40 Fletcher av. 

Adams Eleanor L, teacher P S No 19, b 667 
Virginia av. 

Adams Eliza (wid Preston), b 77 Oak. 

Adams Elizabeth B (wid Knedand T), h 211 
Park av. 

Adams Ella E, milliner, b 248 Martindale av. 

Adams Ellis, trader, b 34 S West. 

Adams Estella, teacher P S No 20, b 98 Cy- 
press. 



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Adams Ewing, lab. 
Belt Ry. 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO, John J Hender- 
son agt 25 S Meridian, Tel 101; 147 
S Meridian, Tel 332. 

Adams Ferdinand L, bkkpr, h 38 W St 
Joseph. 

Adams Frank B, h 284 N Meridian. 

Adams Frederick B, sec The Adams Brick 
Co and Drake & Wood Co, b 750 N Dela- 
ware. 

Adams George, fireman, h 23 Jefferson av. 

Adams George, lab, b 267 W 5th. 

Adams George F (Adams & Williamson), 
h 148 E New York. 

Adams George N, molder, h 51 Blake. 

Adams George S, news agt, 193 S Illinois. 

Adams George W, carp, h 731 S Bast. 

Adams George W, cooper, b 128 Blake. 

Adams George W, teamster, h 21 Yandes. 

Adams Hannah C (wid David M), b 377 Tal- 
bott av. 

Adams Hannah V (wid David O), h 61 N 
Arsenal av. 

Adams Harry A, student, b 211 Park av. 

Adams Harvey (J D Adams & Co), h Rock- 
ville Ind. 

Adams Henry C (Whitsit & Adams), agt 
Warren-Scharf Asphalt Paving Co, h 622 
N Alabama. 

Adams Henry L, butcher, h 543 E Vermont. 

Adams H Frederick, elk Central States Dis- 
patch, b 70 W 10th. 

Adams Ira B, cabt mkr, b W Armstrong 
(N I.) 

Adams Isaac S, painter, h 247% N Noble. 

Adams James B, elk Indpls Drug Co, h 268 
S Olive. 

Adams James E, carp, h 180 Maple. 

Adams James H, lab, b 63 Agnes. 

Adams James M, sawyer, h w s Sheldon 
1 n of Bruce. 

Adams Jasper H, carver, h W Francis 
(NX.) 

Adams Jennie, h 29 Columbia al. 

Adams Jesse N, elk, b 277 N Delaware. 

Adams John, lab, h 78 Garden. 



Steel and Iros Roofing and Corrngating Co. J g^ 

Manufacturers and Dealers in ^^ 

Steel, Iron Rooting, Siding ana Celling, 

Steel Roofing tor all Kinds ot Buildings 

a Specialty. 

A. E. Long, Pres't. Telephone 1448. 

444 to 448 E. 0hio5t., INDIANAPOLIS. 






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Adams John K, bartender, h 339 N Missis- 

sippt 
Adams John M, farmer, h s s Huggin's 

pike 6 e of Belt Ry. 
Adams John Q (J Q Adams & Co), r 26V4 N 

Mississippi. 
Adams Joseph jr. mngr, h 58% Mass av. 
Adams Joseph D (J D Adams & Co), h 450 

College av. 
ADAMS JOSEPH R. Painter 177 Clin- 
ton, li 390 E Louisiana. (See urtv in 

elaasifled Painters.) 
ADAMS JUSTUS C, Ppes Tlie Adams 

Brick Co and Sheridan Brick ^Vorks, 

U 750 K Delaware. 



Crusliers, Road 
Bridges SO Jackson pi opp NortU 
entrance Union Depot; Tel 487. 
ADAMS J Q & CO (John Q Adams) 
House and Safe Moi-er», Office base 
ment 23 S Pennsj-Jvania. (See adi 
under ,elnss_Hous£. Sl<v«er/i.i 

Adams Levi F (L F Adams & Co), b The 
Denison. 

Adams Lida B (wid John), h 162 Tandes. 

Adams Llewellyn, medicine mnfr, 313 Mass 
av, h same. 

Adams L F & Co (Levi F Adams), com, 28 
S Delaware. 

Adams Margaret E (wid Byron F), h 98 
Cypress. 

Adams Marion, plstr, h W Armstrong (N I.) 

Adams Mary B (wid Adrian), dress mkr, 
172 Mass av, h same. 

Adams Mary F (wid John Q), h 212 S Wil- 
liams (W I.) 

Adams Mary F (wid Wesley M). h 40 
Fletcher av. 

Adams Mary M (wid Reuben), b 622 N Ala- 
bama. 

Adams Myrtle, boarding, 22 S Liberty. 

Adams Oscar L, student, b 81 B Vermont. 

Adams Oscar O, produce E Mkt House, b 
162 Sheldon. 



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Adams Rachel J (wid Charles S), b 22 S 

Libertj'. 
Adams Robert, driver, h 13 Springfield. 
Adams Robert B, embalmer D Kregelo Son 

& Irvin. h 452 N West. 
Adams Robert H, ins, b 482 College av. 
Adams Samuel, elk, b 277 N Delaware. 
Adams Sarah (wid Ira B), b W Armstrong 

(N L) 
Adams Stephen, brickmason, h 248 Martin- 
Adams Thomas, agt, h E Addison (N I.) 
Adams Thomas, lab, h93 Harlan. 
Adams Thomas H, produce E Mkt House, 

h 162 Sheldon. 
Adams Thomas L, trav agt. h 137 E North. 
Adams Walter A, oiler, h 731 S East. 
Adams WU'ard, lab, h 816 E 9th. 
Adams Wm, lab, h 2,35 Clinton. 
Adams Wm, molder, h 31 Fremont av (H.) 
Adams Wm A, printer, b 379 Fletcher av. 



Adams Wm L, mach, r 30 School. 
Adams Wm L, engr, h 322 Fletcher av. 
Adams Wm S, lab, b n w cor Pleasant av 

and Cypress. 
Adams Wm T P, paper hanger, h 33214 E 

Washington. 
Adams Winnie (wid Aaron), h 267 W 5th. 
Adams & Williamson (George F Adams, 

Marshall D Williamson), veneer mnfrs. 

Mass and Clifford avs. 
Addington Jackson, brakeman, h 70 Chris- 
tian av. 
Addison Albert (Goetz & Addison), h 140 

Fletcher av. 
Addison James H, lab. h 17 Lafayette. 
Addison James H jr, lab, b 17 Lafayette. 
Addison Wm A, trav agt Charles Mayer & 

Co. h 526 Park av. 
Ade Wm F, lab. h 825 S East. 
Adel John G, teacher of shorthand Indpls 

College of Commerce, h s s Highland av 

2 n Armstrong (N I.) 
Ader Charles, cooper, b 93 S West. 
Adjutant General's Office, 9 State House. 
Adkins. see also Atkins. 
Adkins Albert F, messenger, b 113 S Noble. 
Adkins Clarence F, musician, b 178 E Ver- 

Adkins George, brakeman, h 32 Detroit av. 
Adkins Ida L, dressmkr, 32 Detroit av, h 

same. 
Adkins James M, carp, h 113 S Noble. 
Adkins Martin V, doorkeeper Park Theater, 

r 37% W Market. 
Adkins RiddeJI _H, ship elk Hollweg & 

Ver- 

Adkins Thomas A, jeweler, b 169 N Illinois. 
Adkins Walter B, elk, h 12 E Michigan. 
Adkinson, see also Atkinson. 
Adkinson Eliza H (wid Wesley), h 616 

Broadway. 
Adkinson Herbert M (U S Artistic Co), h 

616 Broadway. 
Adkinson John M, carp, h 81 Spann av. 
Adkinson Leonidas M, lineman, b 81 Spann 

Adkinson Omer E, barber, b 81 Spann av. 
Adkinson Richard, mach, h w s Station 2 n 

of Brinkman (B.) 
Adkinson Sarah (wid Benjamin), h 253 N 



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Adkinson Wesley H, bkkpr U S Artistic Co, 
b 616 Broadway. 

Adkinson Wm P, lawyer, 1131/0 E Washing- 
ton, h 170 Maple. 

Adkinson Winthrop R (Xj S Artistic Co), 
b 616 Broadway. 

Adkisson John C, h 432 Cornell av. 

Adler Boris, optician, 251/2 S Illinois, h 421 
Maple. 

Adler Francis, h 760 Madison av. 

Adler Johanna (wid John), b 212 E Morris. 

Adler Julius, h 423 N New Jersey. 

Admire Allen, lab. r 302i/> N Mississippi. 

ADMIRE) EPHRAIAI E, Pres and Propr 
Spencerian Baslness College office 15 
Blackford Blk: b 138 Massachasetts 
av. 

Admire James, brakeman, b 506 S West. 

Admire James, tmstr, h 322 N Liberty. 

Admire Mary (wld Oliver R), h 144 Cornell 

Adolay Ernest E, elk, h 475 S New Jersey. 

Adolph Jacob S, plumber, 175 College av, 
h 212 Alvord. 

Adsit Jane M (wid Samuel), h 861 N Me- 
ridian. 

Advance Thresher Co, Nathan S Cook agt, 
3 Masonic Temple. 

Aebker C Henry, pres Western Furniture 
Co, h 149 Praspect. 

Aebker Henry C, mach hd, h 72 E Wilkins. 

Aebker Henry W, baker, 149 Prospect, h 

Aebker Herman W, cabtmkr, b 624 E Ver- 
mont. 
Aebker Richard W, sawyer, h 951 Madison 



AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO OF 
HARTFORD CONN, Edgar A P 
Haynes sapt of agencies 17, IS and 
19 Hartford Blk, 84 E Market. 

Aftung Andrew, h 70 S Noble. 

Agee Wm A, farmer, h w s Bismarck av 

opp Miller (W I). 
Ager Samuel, lab, b llOi^ Mass av. 
Ager Thomas, lab, h e s Wheeler 1 n of 

I'ark. 
Agner Guido, hostler, r 69 W Market. 
Agnew Charles A, packer, b 497 Virginia av. 
Agnew John T (Monxhan &Agnew), h 196 W 

MerrUl. 
Agnew John W, packer, b 497 Virginia av. 
AGRICULTURAL EPITOMIST THE, 

Epitomist Pabllshing Co, pablisbers 

21 W AVaskington; Tel 312. 
Agricultural Museum, 15 State House. 
AgTicultura! Society, 12 State House. 
Ahem James, fireman, h 45 Jefferson av. 
Aheru John A, b 559 N West. 
Ahern John F, blksmith, h 60 Warren av 

(W I). 
Ahern John J. student, b 144 N Illinois. 
Ahern Michael, lab, h 532 S Illinois. 
AHERN NELLIE, State Librarian 47 

State Honse; b 77 IV North. 
Ahern Wm D, millwright, h 559 N West. 
Ahlbrandt Martin H, blksmith, h 12 Union. 
Ahlders Ahlrlch, toys, 539 S Meridian, h 

same. 
Ahlders Albert A, elk Kipp Bros Co, b 539 



CEKfegeloSWhitsett, 
UNDERTAKERS 

123-125 N. DELAWARE. 

PHONE 664. 

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Private Phone 570. 



Ahrens, see also Arens. 

Ahrens Charles N, mach, b 155 Eureka av. 

Ahrens Christian, teamster, b 244 Davidson. 

Ahrens Wm H Rev, h 155 Eureka av. 

Aich, see also Eich. 

Aich Wm, blksmith, h 78 Harmon. 

Aichele, see also Elchel. . 

Aichele Charles A, lab, h 274 Chestnut. 

Aichele Emil, baggageman, b 246 Chestnut. 

Aichele Eugene, mach hd, h 242 Chestnut. 

Aichele Henry, packer, b 44 Dunlop. 

Aichele Julius, condr, b 246 Chestnut. 

Aichele Otto, tanner, h 44 Dunlop. . 

Aichele Wilhelmina (wid Ernst E), h 246 
Chestnut. , 

Aichhorn Christian, hostler, h 652i^ Madi- ' 
sen av. 

Aichhorn Christian H. mach, b 339 E Morris. 

Alchhom Emilie, h 95 Yelser. 

Aichhorn Frederick A, molder, b 339 E Mor- 
ris. 

Aichhorn Louis, ironworker, h 341 E Morris. 

Aichhorn Otto, mach, b 339 E Morris. 

Aichhorn Sophie D (wid Wm A), h 339 E 
Morris. 

Aichhorn Wm, baker. Insane Hospital (H). 

Aichinger Harley, mach, b 346 N Mississippi. • 

Aid Clara (wid Charles), h 107 N New Jer- 

Alken Daniel, boxmkr, h 96 Keystone av. 

Aiken Milton A, lab, h 65 Bismarck av (H). 

Aiktn, see also Akin. 

Ail in George W, ins, h 406 E Michigan. 

Aikin Homer D, b 406 E Michigan. 

Aikin Jennie L, dressmkr, 406 E Michigan, 

h same. 
Aikin Robert, lab, b rear 604 N West. 
A'kins Bronte M, lawyer, 55 Lombard Bldg, 

b Circle Park Hotel. 
Ailes Harry B. carp, h 595 E Miami. 
Alles Milton, uphlr, b 595 B Miami. 
Ainsworth Charles L, trav agt, b 222 S East. 
Ainsworth Frank (Brown & Ainsworth), h 

222 S Eist. 
Aippersbach Christian, stone cutter, h 9 

Margaret. 
Aird John, taUor, h 245i4 E Washington 



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S Alsenbrey Charles, meats, 25 Virginia av. 
^^ f h cor Raymond and Webb. 
W fc Aitlien David Z,, mach, li 70 Greenwood. 
}L W Altlsen James W, boilermkr, h 856 E Wash- 
2: « ing-ton. 

O 5 AltassEdward T A, cllc Albert Gall, h 1110 
r\ < N Meridian. 

^* ^ Ake James J, cooper, h 289 W Merrill. 
Q ^ ^ Aker, see also Acker and Eaker. 
fTZ J Aker Allie (wid Jady). h 52 Geisendorff. 
\g) ^ Aker Charlotte E (wid Ellis L), h 166 Elm. 
^ ^<n Aker Lewis E, bkbinder, h 142 Elm. 
• . s S Aker Luther M, elk, b 156 Elm. 
^Xi > Akers David T, lab, h 94 S Reisner (W I). 
>• hi Akers Francis B, brlckmason, b 95 Orgon. 
y Akers Peter C, elk, h 1152 N Alabama. 
i«4 * Akin, see also Aiken. 

#^ t Akin Asbury R, elk, b 85 S Reisner (W I). 
***« K Akin Emma V (wid George W), h 301 Al- 
K«3 vord. 

*"IJo Akin John M, elk D P Erwin & Co, b 490 
*r^ CD N Illinois. 

1^ ' Akin Lewis G, receiver Eagle Machine 
••■^ to Works Co, h w s Illinois 2d s of 30th. 
")^' J5 Akins David, lab, h 35 Church. 
^^ ^ Albee, see also Allbee. 

AJbee Wm, foreman, h 67 Huron. 
Qj h- Alber Charles L, carp, b 32 Hillside av. 
Jz -. Alber Louis T, carp, h 171 W Market. 
»^ S! Alber Noah T, carp, b 171 W Market. 
r ty Alber Thaddeus L, cigarmkr, b 143 Ft 
r*< Wayne av. 

Albers Sina L, b 142 Woodlawn av. 
_.A__ Albershardt Anna (wid Henry), h 271 N 
Liberty. 
Albershardt Henry P, oollr, b 271 N Lib- 
erty. 
(U ij Albershardt John F, elk Kipp Bros Co, h 
hJ a 271 N Liberty. 
iJ o Albersmeier, see Albertsmeyer. 

CO Albersort Henry, collr, b 408 Cobum. 
>> Albert, see also Elbert. 

«? Albert Adam, express, h 502 E Washington. 
Albert Bphraim J, salesman, h 382 Blake. 
Albert John, messenger, r 210% S Meridian. 
Albert John D, sawmkr, h 5 Dillon. 



SEALS, 
STENCILS, 
STAMPS, Etc. 
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15 S. Meridian St. 
Telephone 1386. 




Albert Lawson H, baggageman Union Sta- 
tion, h 626 N West. 
Albert Louis, clothing, 272 S Illinois, h 

Albert Lucy (wid Singleton), propr Roose- 
velt House, 80 E Ohio. 

Albert Nicholas, mach, b 74 Park av. 

Albert Ossian P, b 382 Blake. 

Albert Vernon J, policeman, h 382 Blake. 

Albert Wm H, carriage trimmer, h 22 
Yandes. 

Alberts Aaron, carp, 304 Blake, h same. 

Albertsmeier Henry, tmstr, h 274 S West. 

Albertsmeier Herman, lab, h 751 S East. 

Albertsmeyer Charles D, saloon. 490 S 
Meridian, h 512 same. 

Albertsmeyer Charles H, grocer, 155 Pros- 
pect, h 157 same. 

Albertsmeyer Francis (wid Daniel), h 174 
Union. 

Albertsmeyer Frank F H, mach hd, b 174 
Union. 

Albertsmeyer George F, elk, b 157 Prospect. 

Albertsmeyer Herman C, barber, 153 Pros- 
pect, b 157 same. 

Albertsmeyer Louis H, vamisher, b 174 
Union. 

Albertsmeyer Wm A, bartender, h 8 Wis- 
consin. 

Albertsmeyer Wm D, yardmaster, h 1072 
W New York. 

Albertson Albert C, printer Hasselan Ptg 
Co, h 362 E Market. 

Albertson Wm, gasfltter, b 362 E Market. 

.liberty Jesse, lab, b 83 Greenwood. 

Albin Anthony J, mach, h 380 S Bast. 

Albin Peter, carp, h 297 Kentucky av. 

Albrecht, see also Elbrecht. 

Albrecht Amelia (wid Louis E), h 357 S 
Delaware. 

Albrecht August W, elk, b 357 S Delaware. 

Albrecht Barbara (wid Bernhard), b 77 W 
Srd. 

Albrecht Charles (Miller & Albrecht), h 19 
Camp. 

Albrecht Charles A, trav agt, b 182 David- 

Albrecht Edward G, condr, b 182 Davidson. 
Albrecht Edward J, elk, h 357 S Delaware. 
Albrecht George A, treas Indpls Cabinet 
Mkrs' Union, h 182 Davidson. 

AI/BRECHT GEIORGE: P, Flour and 
Feed 67 N Linden; b 59 same. 

Albrecht John, mach, b 59 N Linden. 

Albrecht Louisa, dry goods, 19 Camp, h 
same. 

Albrecht Maurice, dentist, 60 Ingalls Blk, 
h 78 Middle Drive (W P). 

Albrecht Richard, lab, h rear 349 Tandes. 

Albright, see also Allbright. 

Aibright August, gardener, h n s Grand 
View opp Germania av (H). 

Albright (wid Charles W), collr, h 8 Doug- 
Albright Edward, plumber, h 144 Lee (W I). 

Albright Ernest C, observer Weather Bu- 
reau, h 45 Andrews. 

Albright John H, lineman, h 111 Buchanan. 

Albright Robert B, painter, h 59 Rockwoort. 

Albro Frank, confr, h 1S2 E North. 

Albro Henry O, b 182 E North. 

Albro Loruna (wid Orville H), b 871 N Al- 
abama. 

Alcon Albert, h 213 Ramsey av. 

Alcon Charles, student, b 213 Ramsey av. 

Aldag August, h 583 E Washington. 



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Aldag Charles, treas Indpls German Mutual 
Fire Ins Co, h 644 E Washington. 

AMag Charles M, vice-pres Aldag Paint & 
VarrJsh Co, h 683 B Washington. 

Aldag Frank, shoemlcr, h 655 E Market. 

Aldag Harry W, asst bkkpr Merchants' 
Nat Bank, b 583 E Washington. 

Aldag John E, sec and treas Aldag Paint 
& Varnish Co, h n e cor Market and 
Arsenal. 

Aldag Louis, shoe manfr, 88^4 E Georgia, h 
679 E Washinston. 

ALDAG PAINT AND VARNISH CO THE, 
Willielm Aldag Pres, Charles M Al- 
dag Vlce-Pres, John E Aldag Sec 
and Treas, Paints, Oils, Varnish and 
Glass 333 E Washington. ((See ai>r 
In classiAed Paints and Oils.) 

Aldag Wllhelm. pres Aldag Paint & Var- 
nish Co, h 456 E Market. 

A'den Herman L, buyer New York Store, 
h 197 N Illinois. 

Alden Wm, printer, r 331 E New York. 

A'derman Fred, bartender, The Bates. 

AJderson John W, foremaji. h 35 Mayhew. 

Alderson Lafayette, lab, b 35 Mayhew. 

Alderson Sarah P (wid Andrew), b 110 
Broadway. 

Aldred Reuben R, lab, h 193 W 1st. 

Aldrich Albert J, elk, h 1115 E Michigan. 

Aldrich Charles O, painter, h 58 Brookside 

Aldrich Frank (Aidrich & Mitchell), h 428 
N California. 

Aldrich Frank, engr, r 42 N State av. 

Aldrich George N, baggageman, b Enter- 
prise Hotel. 

Aldrich Ira G, warppr, h 25 Blake. 

Aldrich James F, engr. b 559 E Washington. 

Aldrich John D, trav agt, h 189 College av. 

A'drich Joshua H, loans, 25 Thorpe Blk, h 
8 Lincoln av. 

Aldrich Mary C, stenogr Western Paving 
& Supply Co, .h 36 Wyandott Blk. 

Aldrich Royal, h 187 College av. 

Aldrich & Mitchell (Frank Aldrich, John 
W Mitchell), livery, 35 W Peari. 

Aldridge, see also Eldridge. 

Aldridge Ellis, condr, h 256 Springfield. 

Aldridgs Henry IT, cigarmkr, b 17 Cherry. 

A'dridge Hester A (wid Marcellus B), b 67 
Clifford av 

Aldridge Jacob B, cigarmkr, b 17 Cherry. 

A'dridge John L, cigarmkr. h 17 Cherry. 

Aldridge Joseph A, cigarmkr, b 17 Cherry. 

Aldridge Oliver, mach, b w s Shade (B). 

Aldridge Sarah C. h 25% Mass av. 

Aldridge Susannah (wid Henry H), b 17 
Cherry. 

Aldridge Winfleld S, trav agt, h 67 Clifford 
av. 

Aleg Nicholas E, lab, h 28 Nebraska. 

Alerding Bernard, grocer, 70 High, h same. 

AI.ERDING HERMAN REV, Rector St 
Joseph's Chnrch, h 333 E North. 

Aleth Frederick, plumber, b Circle House. 

Alexander Albert M, cutter, h 291 S New 
Jersey. 

Alexander Albert W, stockman, h 91 Pros- 
pect. 

Alfxande- Alice C, teacher P. S. No. 19, b 

318 E Washington. 
ALEXANDER A JACKSON, Stndent In- 
dpls Business University, B J Heeb 
Pres, When Blk N Pennsylvania opp 
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Managers for Central Indiana. 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY 

Ot the United States. 

79 EAST MARKET STREET, 

Telephone 182. 



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Alexander Benjamin, tailor, 
souri. 

Alexander Bonaparte, condr, b 487 Park av. 

Alexander Carrie (wid Philip), Kahn Tailor- 
ing Co, b 103 N Meridian. 

Alexander Charles C, ironworker, h 40 

Alexander Clinton E, coremkr, b 223 Hoyt 

Alexander Coke, Dist Pass Agt M P Ry, 7 

Fair Blk, h 129 E St Joseph. 

Alexander Elbridge G, tel opr Vandalia 

Line, h 126 W North. 
Alexander Franklin M, grocer, 444 W Mich- 
igan, h same. 
Aiexajider Frederick W, bkkpr, b 683 N 

Illinois. 
Alexander George H, lab, h rear 632 Home 

av. 
Alexander George M, mngr, h 184 Hoyt av. 
Alexander George W, trav agt, h 405 N 

Penn. 
Alexander Georgia, elk Supt Public Schools. 

b 405 N Penn. 
Alexander Green, lab, h rear s s Colgrove 

av 10 e ot Shelby. 
Alexander Harry, elk, r 318 E Washington. 
Alexander Henry, lab, h 14 Willard. 
Alexander Jackson, watchman, b E Wells 

(N I). 
Alexander James, lab, h 166 Archer.. 
Alexander James N, stair builder, 335 Cor- 
nell av, h same. 
Alexander Jerome, lab, h SOiyj E Washing- 
Alexander John, coachman, 165 Central av. 
Alexander John, lab, h 115 Dunlop. 
Alexander John, lab, b 15 Rhode Island. 
-Alexander John J, carp, h E Eugene (N I). 
Vlexander John R, lab, h 166 Yandes. 
Alexander John W, cabtmkr, h 291 S New 

Jersey. 
Alexander Joseph, h 74 Lexington av. 
Alexander Joseph, lab, h rear s s Colgrove 

av, 10 e of Shelby. 
Alexander Joseph, lab, h 487 Park av. 



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Alexander Joseph, student, b 136 N Penn. 
: " Alexander Joseph A, carp, b 96 Ramsey av. 
i^^n ALEXANDER JOSEPH H, Drnggist 151 
g .T Micliigan (H), h :i40 Central av: Tel 
22 i 13SS). 

JU u Alexander Joseph O, lab, b S73 N New Jer~ 
. _ J sey. 

CO lU Alexander JiUia (wid Harry), h rear 175 
Q •- St Mary. 
^ Alexander J Wm, cabtmkr, h 291 S New 

-»^ Alexander Laura B, teacher P S No 20, b 
184 Hoyt av. 

Alexander Lawson, lab, h 873 N New Jer- 
sey. 

Alexander Lillian M (wid Thomas), house- 
kpr, 464 E Washington. 

Alexander Lizzie, massag-e, 155 W Mary- 
land, h. same. 

Alexander Louis, lab, h 10 Quince. 

Alexander Mary J (wid James), r 8 Moody 

Alexander Mattie (wid Stephen), h n w 
cor Dillon and Hosbrook. 

Alexander Melville, farmer, h s s Alexander 
_ av 3 e of Belt ry. 

n, Alexander Ola V, cashr (3eorge Merrltt & 
(J Co, b 444 W Michigan. 

w Alexander Robert Rev, agt, h 61 Hosbrook. 
2 Alexander Robert, lab, r 37% Virginia av. 
^ Alexander Samuel B, cabtmkr, h 91 Ste- 



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inspector, h 224 W 

J Maryland. 
"; Alexander Stephen W, watchman, b 285 
^ W North. 

_ Alexander Wm, farmer, h s s Michigan av 
> 6 e of Belt ry. 

DC Alexander Wm, waiter, r 257 W 6th. 
hj Alexander Wm Jr, b 35 Garfield PI. 
_ Alexander Wm F, mach hd, h 212 River av. 
^ Alexis Brother, director St Joseph's Insti- 
O tute and prin St Patrick's School, h s w 
(0 cor Cobum and Short. 

, Alfke Dietrich, carp, h 17 Dorman. 



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Bom; IS Ekoiish Portlakd Cememt. 

Cellar Floors, Side Walks and Garden Walks a Specialty. 

Orders left in Box 35 at Builders' Exchange, S. W. Cop. 

Ohio and Penn. Sts., Indianapolis, promptly attended to. 



Alford Ambrose A, elk, h 218 W St Clair. 
Alford Fremont, lawyer, 24 Baldwin Blk, 

h 424 Clifford av. 
Alford H Albert, elk, 75V4 Mass av. 
Alford Sigel J, mach hd, h 29 B S & B av 

(W I). 
Alford Thomas A, elk A Kiefer & Co, b 

164 N Illinois. 
Alford Thomas G, salesman, h 222 N Dela- 
ware. 
Alford Tobltha W (wid James R), b 36 S 

Sheffield av (W I). 
Alford Wm E, cigars, 24 N Meridian, b S95 

N Delaware. 
Alfred Henry, cook John Huegle, h 267 W 

Maryland. 
Alfreds John M, lab, b 187 Lexington av. 
Algeo Amy B, teacher P S No 31, b 159 

N Pine. 
Algeo Fannie R, teacher, b 159 N Pine. 
Algeo John, elk, h 306 Clifford av. 
Alg - 

^und, h 306 Clifford av. 
Algeo Samuel, grocer, 49 Clifford av, h 159 

N Pine. 
Alger Joseph, brakeman, h 7 Lynn. 
Alhand John A, mach hd, h 64 Chadwlck. 
Alhand John L, b 345 Olive. 
Alhands Mary, h 104 Maple. 
Alig George, pres Home Stove Co, h 430 

N New Jersey. 
Alisch August J, contr, 159 Shelby, h same. 
Alisch Frederick C, lab, h 63 Orange. 
Alisch Herman A, lab, b 14 Gatling. 
Alisch Mary D (wid Wm F), h 14 Gatling. 
Alisch Minna (wid Fred C), h 4S Barth av. 
Alisch Wm, mail elk The Sun, b 48 Barth 

av. 
Alkire John W, trav agt, h 85 Ft Wayne av. 
Allands Elmer, cook, h 38 S State av. 
Allardt Amanda J (wid Maximillian), h 43 

Lord. 
Allardt Edwin W, elk Postal T C Co, b 43 

Lord. 
Allbee, see also Albee. 

Allbee Burton H, reporter The Indianapo- 
lis Sentinel, h 132Vi Ruckle. 
Allbright, see also Albright. 
Allbright George W, fireman, h 30 Everett. 
Allbritton Wm, coachman, 126 E Michigan. 
Allcut Emma (wid Albert), b 42 S Liberty. 
Allee, see also Alley. 
Allee Charles O, carp, h 233 Hoyt av. 
AliLEE WM J, Student Indpls Bnsi- 

ness University, E J Beeb Pres, 

When Blk N Penn opp P O; Tel 4Ua. 

See adT cover and p 4.) 

Alleman Martha N (wid Leonard), teacher. 

h 294y2 Mass av. 
Allen Albert, lab, b 4 Susquehanna. 
Alien Albert, waiter, 571 N Penn. 
Allen Alice, seamstress, r 461 College av. 
Allen Alonzo, finisher, b 43 E Frances (N I). 
Allen Amsa, lab, h 109 Wright. 
Allen Andrew C, pres feeder Journal Job 

Ptg Co, b 52 Birch av (W I). 
Allen Andrew J, lab, h rear 359 Douglass. 
Allen Anna (wid John W), b 359 N Cali- 

ALI.EN A T, Insp Indpls Fire Insp 
nnrenn IS Jonrnnl Bids, li t:70 X 
Delaware; Tel 1223. 

Allen Bryant D, carp, b 414 E Pearl. 
Allen Burgess, designer Boicourt, Tyner & 
Co, b 256 Christian av. 



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Charles, waiter, h 27 Ft Wayne av. 

Allen Charles E, blksmith, b 65 Columbia av. 

Allen Charles M, painter, h 57 Hoyt av. 

Allen Charles W, city fireman, h 172 Coburn. 

Allen Cyrus, lab, h 372 W 2nd. 

Allen David, roofer, h rear 23 Williams. 

Allen David D, foreman, h 211 Agnes. 

Allen David E, mngr, h 372 N Tennessee. 

Allen David S, farmer, h w s Central av 
1 s of 30th. 

Allen Edward, lab, h 121 Columbia al. 

Allen Eli A Rev, pastor Sixth Presbyterian 
Church, h 501 S Meridian. 

Allen Elizabeth A (wid Rev Archibald C), 
h 61 Central av. 

Allen Ellen, cook. Insane Hospital. 

Allen Elmer E. motorman, h Lake av a) 

Allen Ethelbert, elk, b 44 Paca. 

Allen Francis (wid John), h rear 359 Doug- 
lass. 

Allen Frank, engr, h 184 Madison av. 

Allen Frank W, chairmkr, h 113 S New 
Jersey. 

Allen Fredonia. teacher Girls' Classical 
School, h 832 N Penn. 

Allen George, coal, 304 E Washington, r 

Allen George, saloon, 117 Ft Wayne av, h 
same. 

Allen George B, agt, b 17 S Mississippi. 

Allen George O. porter, b 10 Athon. 

Allen George W, foreman, h 167 Spring. 

Allen Granville G, vice-pres A Burdsal Co, 
h 449 Broadway. 

Allen Hannah (wid Wm), b 172 Coburn. 

Allen Henry, elk, b 24 Indiana av. 

Allen Henry, lab, b 4241/2 W North. 

Allen Henry, porter. Occidental Hotel. 

Allen Henry, switchman, h s s Putnam 1 e 
of Shade (B.) 
• Allen Henry E. elk, b s e cor Pendleton av 
and Poplar (B.) 

Allen Horace R, M D, propr the H R Allen 
National Surgical Institute, h 679 N Dela- 
ware. 

Allen Horace R jr, student, b 679 N Dela- 

AUen H C\nv, lawyer, 35 Lombard Bldg, 
tel 1642, h 874 N Alabama. 

AI.I.EN H R THE, NATIONAI/ SIKGIC- 
Ali lustitute, H R Allen M D Proprie- 
tor n w cor Ohio and Tennessee; 
Tel 2SC. 

Allen Isaac, lab, h 65 Columbia av. 

Allen Isaac, tmstr, h 198 W 2nd. 

Allen Jacob, lab, b 114 W 10th. 

Allen Jacob H, lather, b 65 Columbia av. 

Allen James, carp, h 223 S Alabama. 

Allen James, watchman, b 117 Minerva. 

Allen James P, r I2V2 N Delaware. 

Allen James R. lab, h 26 B S and B av 
(W I.) 

Allen James W, mach, h 17 N Williams 
(W I.) 

Allen Jasper, lab, 710 N Delaware. 

Allen Jedidiah, mach, r 176 Mass av. 

Allen Jeremiah, horse trader, h 534 W Marf- 
land. 

Allen Jessie, attendant Indpls Public Li- 
brary, b 249 S New Jersey. 

Allen John, b 155 N Tennessee. 

Allen John, carp, h 52 Birch av (W I.) 

Allen John, city fireman, h 555 E 7th. 

Allen John, cook, r 43 Ellsworth. 

Allen John, jeweler, r 176 Mass av. 



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Allen John, lab, b n e cor Central av and 

Allen'john, lab, r 394 W Maryland. 

Allen John H, messngr Indpls Union Ry 

Co, h 48 Elizabeth. 
Allen John J, plastr, b 314 E Market. 
Allen John R, prest The Sensitive Governor 

Co, h 456 College av. 
Allen John V, barber, h 177 Shelby. 
Allen Joseph, lab, b 211 Agnes. 
All(-n Joseph, stock dealer, b 17 N Williams 

Allen Joseph H, lab, h 27 Miley av. 
Allen Joseph M, lub, '- - - "-=-'- — 

Shade (B). 
Allen J Frank, contr, 90 E Market, r 238 N 

Liberty. 
Allen Kate (wid Stephen), h 19 N Arsenal 

Alien Kate, h 189 W Court. 

Allen Laban B, dairy, h n s Manchester L-t 

e of Schofield av. 
Allen Layton, artist, r 256 Christian av. 
Allen Le.-oy, tel opr W U Tel Co, h cor 

Annetta and Eugene (N I). 
Allen Lewis, lab, b 243 W 3rd. 
Allen Linton R (Groninger & Allen), b 132 

N Alabama. 
Allen M-i-lge.stenog Auditor of State's o'- 

fice, b 324 N Illinois. 
Allen Mary A (wid James S), h 249 S New 

Jersey. 
Allen Matthew B, gardener, h n e cor Cen- 
tral av and 15th. 
Allen Matilda, b 832 N Penn. 
Allen Melvin S, tel opr W U Tel Co, h S.:0 

Clifford av. 
Allen Nathan F, lab, h 44 Paca. 
Allen Newton I, cai-p, b s w cor Sheldon 

and Davidge. 
Allen Oliver M, sec The Sensitive Govern, ir 

Co, b 456 College av. 
Allen Oliver W, liverj', 118 Hadley av, h 273 

River av (W I). 
Allen Priscilla (wid Henry), h 376 W 2nd. 
Allen Pulvertive, lab, h 266 S New Jersey. 
Allen Reuben C, lab, r 38 Cleveland Blk. 



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pairs on water, gas and sewer pipes promptly 
attended to by experienced mechanics. 

LEPHONE 850. Marion Block. 

Corner Meridian and Ohio Streets. 



Toilet Supply Co. & The Diamond Steam Lamidry Co. 
John H. Weight, Mngr. Office, 144 Ft. Wayne Ave. Laundry, 167-169 E. St. Joseph St. 



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go'g Solicitor ok Patents, 

Cr^ ») 01 y«;vD coi/;vsEt //v patent cavses. 

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O Qr> Allen Robert, boilermkr, 

»M S*^ Allen Robert S. barber, 

iSi •^M same. 

hJ "" Allen Rose (wid George), b 21 Sumner. 

M 0) Allen Kussell E (The A Burdsal Co), 408 N 

C^^ Allen Samuel J (Williams, Hall & Allen), 
J^ , h 10 Athon. 

ti^J .\llen Sarah A, b 194 W Vermont 
^ P^ Al;en Sarah F (wid John J), b 4301^ Doug- 
^■"* lass. 

^^C Allen Sidney, trav agt, h 21 Stewart pi. 
_^^ Allen Thomas, flagman, b 280 S Delaware. 
M-^i Allen Thomas, lab, h 93 Columbia al. 
^X^ Allen Thoma.s, lab, h 1395 N Tennessee. 
01^^ Allen Thomas C, special agt Aetna Life 
■'^" ins Co, h 643 College av. 
^^C Allen Thomas W, elk, b 144 N MississippL 
^ ^ Allen VitiUa (wid Jerome), h 20 Roanoke. 
^^9 A}len Wm, engr, h .-99 Blake. 

Allen Wm, porter, h 200 W 2nd. 

Allen Wm C (Mansfield & Allen), h 280 N 

New Jersey. 
Allen Wm C, lab. h 3U S East. 
Allen Wm E, mach hd, b 172 Allen.. 
Allen Wm G, lab, b 128 Blake. 
n. Allen Wm H, brakeman, h 324 E Louisiana. 
O Allen Wm H, elk, b 166 E Michigan. 
Allen Wm J, flagman, h 414 E Pearl. 
Allen Wm P, student, h 38 Ash. . 
^ . Allen Wm R, m o P O, b 166 E Michigan.Vr 
^ Allender Charles E, mach, h 39 B S and B 

< av (W I). 

Allender Edward, driver, r 704 West Morris 

(W I). 
Allender Wm, lab, h 574 W Michigan. 
Alier Benjamin, h 383 E New York. 
.Allerdice Florence L, teacher P. S. No. 27, 

b 226 Park av. 
Allerdice Joseph (.Allerdice & Stevens), pres 

Indpls Abattoir Co, h 226 Park av. 
ALLERDICE & STEVENS, (Joseph Al- 
lerdice, Georj^e G. Stevens) Hides 
Pelts Kurs and TallowlSS Kentucky 
Tel 644. 



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Job Work Done on Short Notice. 
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Allet George, molder, 

AUev s^e also Alice. 

Alley Basil, fireman, h W Wells (N I). _ 

Alley Enoch L, painter, h 345 N Pme. 

A lev Frank B engr, h 1003 N Meridian. 

Alley Rebecca (wid David), b 322 S New 

Afley^ Wilbur F, elk, b 322 S New Jersey. 

ALIiPRBE ETHEL, student Indiana- 
polis Business University E J HeeJ. 
PresWUen Blk N Peun Opp P O; Tel 
499. (See cover and p 4.) 

Allfree James B, vice-pres and genl rangr 
The J B Allfree Mnfg Co, h 137 High- 
land pi. 

ALLFREE J B MANUFACTURING CO 
THE, Robert Shriver Pres, Jaines B 
Allfree Vlce-Pres and Genl Mngr, 
Joseph G. McDoTfcll Treas, Mill Ma- 
chinery and Automatic Engines 
12th and Michigan road; Tel 413. 

Allgeier Simon, cabtmkr, h 92 English av. 

Allgire Augusta (wid Edward), h 297 E 

Allgi^re 'Ethel O, teacher P S No 16, b 807 N 
Meridian. „ 

A'lgire James R. irach, h 73 Woodruff av. 

Allgire Joseph B, elk, h 479 Central av. 

Allgire Luella, bkkpr, b 73 Woodruff av. 

Allgire Martha C, teacher P S No 30, b 807 
N Meridian. „ ,, 

Allgire Mary A (wid Amon R), h 807 N Me- 



ridian. 
AUinder, see also Allender. 
Allinder Margaret J (wid Abraham), h 247 

Fletcher av. „ , 

Allinder Sarah E (wid Samuel), h 165 Had- 

ley av (W I.) 
Allis Tabor S, elk. h 39 Clifford av. 
Allison August, lab, b 586 Jefferson av. 
Allison Charles, coilr U S Supply Co, b 254 

S Meridian. 
Allison Charles H, carp, b Washington av 

Allison Coupon Co, John S Berryhill Pres, 
Wallace S Allison sec; mnfrs coupon 
books, 21 W Georgia. 

Allison Dellraore C, foreman, b 868 Broad- 
Allison Frank, lab, h 447 S West. 

Allison George M, stone setter, h 215 W 
Pearl. 

Allison Graham, bkkpr, h 112 W Vermont. 

ALLISON GRANVILLE E, Livery and 
Feed Stable SSG Mass av, h 378 same; 
Tel 878. 

Allison Harry S, model mkr Jacob & Co, h 
289 S Penn. 

ALLISON JAMES A, Dealer in Amer- 
ican "Watches and Manufacturer of 
Allison's Perfection Fountain Pens 
5 StCTvnrt pi. r same. (See adv in 
clnssifled Fountain Pens and Pen 
Mnfrs.) 

Allison James A, ship elk, b 868 Broadway. 

Allison James M, trav agt, h 46 Tacoma av. 

Allison James W. stone cutter, h 215 W 

Allison' John A, books, 54 N Penn, b 135 N 

Allison' John C, driver, h E Udell (N I.) 
Allison John F, b 114 Greenwood. 
Allison John G, mach hd, b 215 W Pearl. 
Allison Joseph E, plastr,' h 148 Woodlawn av. 



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Manufacturer Tools and 
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Allison Joshua S, b 114 Greenwood. 
Allison Lawrence B, elk, h 6S Gregg. 
Allison Martin, carp, h Washington av (1.) 
Allison Myra J (wid Noah S), h 86S Broad- 



Alil.ISON'S PERFECTION FOinVTAIST 
PENS, James A Allison Manufactur- 
er, 5 Stewart PI. (See adv in Classi- 
fied Fountain Pens and Pen Mnfrs.) 

Allison Robert A, trav agt McKee & Co, h 

905 N Delaware. 
Allison Wallace S, sec Allison Coupon Co, 

h 868 Broadway. 
Allison Wm, cabtmkr, b 161 Pendleton av. 
Allison Wm D (W D Allison Co), h 443 

Park av. 
Allison Wm J, fruits, 10 S Missouri, h 215 

W Pearl. 
Allison Wm J, lab. b 148 Woodlawn av. 
Allison Wm P, painter, r 296i^ W Washing- 
ton. 
Allison Wm T, dentist 404y2 College av, h 

382 Broadway. 
Allison W D Co (Wm D Allison), phys 

chairs, 85 E South. 
Allman Haman B, elk, b 240 S Alabama. 
Allman Henry, tailor, h 135 Shepard (W I.) 
Allmeroth August, paperhanger, h rear 410 

Union. 
AUoways Anna L, elk Cathcart, Cleland & 

Co, b 109 E St Joseph. 
Alloways Claude F, b 109 E St Josepli. 
Alloways James M (Alloways & Co), medi- 
cine mnfr 28 Mass av, h 109 E St Joseph. 
Alloways & Co (James M Alloways and 

Charles H Evans), shoemkrs, 28 Mass av. 
Allred Edward, tinner, h 750 N Illinois. 
Allred Wm, tinner, h w s Meridian 3 s of 

30th. 
Allstatt John W, lab, h 611 W Pearl. 
Allstatt Wm D, brakeman, h 103 Wright. 
Almack Thomas S, b 97 Bright. 
Almond Edward J, elk, b 332 W Vermont. 
Almond Bnos A, trav agt, h 332 W Vermont. 
Almond Etta J, stenog, b 234 N Mississippi. 
Aloysius Brother Rev, director St. John's 

School for Boys, h 74 W Georgia. 
Alph Willis, lab, h rear 273 Christian av. 
Aired Jesse G, molder, b 24 Merritt (H.) 
Aired Lafayette C, molder, b 24 Merritt (H.) 
Aired Riley W, lab. h 24 Merritt (H.) 
Aired Wm R, lab, h Merritt (H.) 
AI.SHOUSE GEORGE H, student Indpls 

Business UniTersity, B J Heeb Pres, 

When DIU N Penn opp P Oi Tel 40!>. 
(See adv Cover and P 4.) 
Alsman Harvey G, salesman The When, h 

2051/2 Virginia av. 
Aismeyer Henry, lab, h 183 Linden. 
Alsop Thomas V, painter, h 136 Lynn av 

(WL) 
Alston Charles, collr, r 256 S Meridian. 
Altenbaugh Joseph H. fireman, h e s Gale 

5 n of Brinkman (B.) 
AL,TEN1«ERG JOHN, student Indpls 
Business University, E J Heeb Pres, 
"When Blk N Penn opp P O; Tel 499 
(See adv Cover and P 4.) 
Altheimer Flora, b 250 Howard. 
Althouse Ellen W (wid Isaac), b 292 E 

South. 
Altland Hiram, claim agt, h 80 Columbia av, 
Altland Mary C, teacher P S No 2, b 90] 
N Alabama. 



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Altland Samuel H, elk John C Dalton, h 103 p 
Highland Pi. 

Altland Titus, pressman E P Fulmer & Co, U 
h 901 N Alabama. T 

Altland Wm L, agt, h 105 Highland PI. > 

Altman Frank, fireman, h 927 Madison av. CO 

Altman Kate (wid Herman), h 927 Madi- H 
son av. in 

Altman Lloyd P, carp, h 385 S State av. a 

Altmann Herman, saloon, 618 S Meridian, h •- 
same. 

Alums Frank, lab, h 319 S Delaware. 

Alvey James H, bkkpr, b 197 N Alabama. 

Alvey James S jr, trav agt, b 197 N Ala- 
bama. 

Alvin Lucinda, b 169 W Market. 

Alvis, see also Elvis. 

Alvis James C, b 527 Ash. 

Alvis Luther M, carp, h 76 Church. 

Alyea Mary J (wid John), h 168 B Vermont. 

Amacher John M, canmkr, b 47 S Delaware. 

Amacher Michael, lab, h 373i^ S Delaware. 

Aman Frederick G, blksmith cor North and 
canal, h 200 W North. 

Ambrose George W C, h 147 W South. 

Ambrose John M. farmer, h s e cor Shelby 
and Finley av. 

Ambrose Josephine, h 251 Bates. 

Ambrose Maurice, engr, h 251 Bates. 

Ambrose Sylvester, engr, h 162 Nordyke av 
(W I.) 

Ambrozig Michael, lab, b 7 Walker (H.) 

Ambrozig Terni, lab, b 7 Walker (H.) 

Ambuhl Abraham, h 110 Pleasant. 

Ambuhl John F, blksmith. h 1345 N Missis- 
American Canning Co, Baxter av (N 1.) 

Americarf Collecting and Reporting Assn. 
Bradford A. Bullock mngr, 19 and 20 Bos- 
ton Blk. 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO, Joseph D 

Brown ag-t, 5 E Washington; Tel 37G. 12,0 
AMERICAN IMPLEMENT HERALD ' „ 
THE, Wm H Robson Gen Mngr, Mary . g 
E Paddock Sec and Treas, 2, 4, 6, S, wp. 
and 10 Cyclorama Arcade; Tel 
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Cyclorama Arcade. Telephone 1640. 



JERRY REDDING 



AND MACHINIST . . 
296 South Alabama Street 



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Galvanized Iron Cornices, 

Tin, Iron and Slate Roofing, SkyliRhts, Ventila- 
tors, Corrugated Iron and Paneled Steel Ceil- 
ings and Sheet Metal Work of all kinds. 
106 AND 108 SOUTH Pennsylvania St. 

TELEPHONE )I18. 



American Installment Co The, George W 
■ — ■ — - Beeler mngr, 19 Virginia av. 

American Investment Co, Jerome W 
I Schmeltz mngr, Wm A Lorentz sec and 

^^ ' treas, watciies etc, 2-i S Illinois. 
^^^ American Lounge Co, Joseph W Connolly 
'^ , pres, Thomas D Scott sec and treas, 16 

/"V^ find 18 Fayette. 

L^LU American Non-Conformist The, Templeton, 
' East & Co, proprs and pubs, 62 V? Mar- 
r-rl ket. 

r ' ^ AMERICAN PjVPBR PULLEY CO (Rocfc- 
r '^ wood Mats Co), ISO to 190 S Pennsyl- 
^ 1 ^ vanln; Tel 044. 

O American Portrait Co, Charles C Shields 
pres, Frank Staley sec and treas, 77 N 
, Delaware. „ ,, „, 

/■V^ American Press Assn, W S McClevey mgr, 
p ' ^ 781.^ W Washington. 

O AMERICAN STEAM LAUNDRY. Harvey 
B Stont propr, 333 E WasUlngton; 
Tel 1121. 
a \ AMERICAN SURETY CO OP NEW 
Z I YORK, Albert W. WisUard resident 
2 I see, r SO and 81 Commercial Clnb 
, ^ ' Bids; Tel 1539. (See rlglit bottom 
K^^i lines.) 
W^^ AMERICAN TAILORS. Abe L Kappen- 

j berg Msr, 30 E Washington. 
^^li AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELE- 
' ' GRAPH CO, 14 S Meridian. 

CXj AMERICAN TOILET SUPPLY CO, 
] Charles Sellers Mgr, 4G S Illinois. 
)V^ (See adv classified Toilet Supplies.) 
) Ti ^ AMERICAN TRIBUNE, American Trib- 
_^ nne Co, pubs and proprs, AVm E. 
-^^ Tonsey editor, 4G-47 Journal Bldg. 

^/^ AMERICAN TRIBUNE CO, Philander H 
^^r^ Fitzgerald Pnb and Propr American 
I I \ Tribune, 40-47 Journal Bldg. 

American Wringer Co, Lewis V Graeter 
mgr, 27 Indiana av. 

GO 

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^^^ With Utmost Care at Lowest Rates. 
^^^^ 3S EAST GEORGIA STREET. 

' < Phone 931 • • • 



Amlch Howard, restaurant, 117 S Illinois, 

h 324 N Noble. 
Amick Alva G, lab, h n s Depot (B). 
Amick Charles M, lab, h 129 Sheffield av 

(H). 
Amick Charles P, plasterer, h 36 S Sheffield 

av (W I). 
Amick George L, produce, 143 B Mkt House 

h 488 N California. 
Amiet Lena (wldi Ernest), h 186% Ft Wayne 

av. 
Amiet Werner (Feist & Amiet), h 1861/2 Ft 

Wayne av. 
Ammerman George L, lab, b w s Newman 

2d n Belt ry. 
Ammerman Isaac N, produce, e Mkt House, 

h 414 Newman. 
Ammerman James W. lab, h 326 Spring. 
Ammerman John, tmstr, h n s Newman 1 

n of Belt ry. 
Ammerman Stephen A D, mach, h 418 

Newman. 
Ammon Wm A, condr, h 42 Cedar. 
Amos Edward, peddler, b cor Mass av and 

Michigan. 
Amos Henry C, tailor, b 23 Oriental. 
Amos Henry J, h 23 Oriental. 
Amos Isaac, plumber, h 41 Traub av. 
Amos Jacob H, elk, h 231 Christian av. 
Amoa James, cook, r Capitol House. 
Amos John, letter carrier, h 52 Traub av. 
Amos John C, mach, h 19 Lafayette av. 
Amos Samuel, lab, h 170 Beacon. 
Amos Thomas B, tel opr, h w s Haris av, 2 

n of R R track (Mt J). 
Amos Wm H, brickmason, h cor Pruitt 

and Gushing. 
Amschler Frederick, trunkmkr, h 477 S 

Meridian. 
Amsden Anna M (wid George W), b 444 N 

New Jersey. 
Amsden Frederick B, watchman State 

House, b 444 N New Jersey. 
Amsden George H, engr State House, h 

444 N New Jersey. 
Amt George (Surbey & Amt). h 24 Sullivan. 
Amt Henry J, foreman, h 53 Hendricks. 
Amthor Edwin J, elk, b 533 E Ohio. 
Amthor Frederick, meats, 152 English av, 

h rear 112 same. 
AMTHOR AVai L. Dealer In AVall Paper, 

AVindow Shades, Oil Cloth, Interior 

Decorations, 423 Virginia ave, h 533 

E Ohio. 
Anacker Christopher, carp, h 135 Lynn av 

(W I). 
Anacker George, carp, h 139 Nordyke av 

(W I). 
Anacker John, carp, h 195 Hadley av (W I). 
Ande Jacob Jr, carp, h 437 Union. 
Anderberg Martin, tailor, 918 N New Jer- 
sey, h same. 
Anderberg Niles, tailor, b Circle House. 
Anderegg Christian, propr National Wheel 

Co, h 441 N Meridian. 
Anderegg Edward C, bkkpr, b 441 N Mer- 
idian. 
Anderegg John A, condr, h 10 Eden. 
Anders George R, driver, h 187 River av 

(W I). 
Anders Thornton, lab. h 14 Holbom. 
Anderson Albert C, engr, h Jones (N I). 
Anderson Alfred, lab, h 206 Miller (W I). 
Anderson Allen S, electrician, b 15 Sharpe. 
Anderson Alma (wid Edward L), b 892 W 

Morris (W I). 
Anderson Aquilla, boilermakr, h 745 B Ohio. 



G. ZIMMERMAN & SONS 



SLATE AND GRAVEL ROOFERS, 

: 39 South Alabama Street. 



DRIVEN WELLS 



And Second Water Welle and Pumps 
of all kinds at 

CHARLES KR/kUSS-. 42 S. PENN. ST.. 



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Anderson Arthur A, elk, h 590 Broadway. 
Anderson A Parker, lab, b 91 Belmont av. 
Anderson Bartholemew, carp, r 36 S Ten- 
nessee. 
Anderson Caroline (wid Henry S), h 71 

h 7S8 E 
Market. 

Anderson Charles, carp, h 28 N New Jersey. 

Anderson Charles L, painter, r 50 Ross Blk. 

Anderson Charles W, stenog, b rear 258 S 
Meridian. 

Anderson Clarence C, carp, b 181 Brook- 
side av. 

Anderson David, miller, h 172 B Pearl. 

Anderson Dora, b 198% E Washington. 

Anderson Edgar D, stenog, b 91 Belmont 
av. 



AJVDERSOIV ELI W. Dentist 15 1-3 E 
Washington; Tel 1395; U 3T3 N Me- 

Anderson Ella F, artist, 242 N Alabama, h 

same. 
Anderson Emma, matron Work House, h 

same. 
Anderson Fidelia, teacher High School No 

1, h 307 N Delaware. 
Anderson Prank, finisher, h 231 Elizabeth. 
Anderson Frank, mach hd, h 126 Brookside 

av. 
Anderson George, carp, h 185 E Market. 
Anderson George, lab, h 111 W 10th. 
Anderson George, lab, b 393 Martindale av. 
Anderson George P, sec Crown Hill Ceme- 
tery, h 240 Central av. 
Anderson George F, solicitor Shellhouse & 

Co, h 648 E Ohio. 
Anderson George T, supt Indiana Car & 

Foundry Co, h 479 College av. 
Anderson Grant U, brakeman, b 745 E Ohio. 
Anderson Hamilton, cook, h 270 Tandes. 
Anderson Hans, finisher, h 991 S Meridian. 
Anderson Hans, lab, b 21 Cleveland (H). 
Anderson Harry, cabtmkr, b 745 E Ohio. 
Anderson Harry B, trav agt, h 104y2 In- 
diana av. 
Anderson Harry C, elk County Recorder, b 

60 N Noble. 
Anderson Harvey, h 176 Lexington av. 
Anderson Harvey, painter, b 269 Mass av. 
Anderson Henry, collr, b 191 E Market. 
Anderson Horace, waiter, r 96 Howard. 
Anderson Ida E, teacher P S No 26, b 71 

Cornell av. 
Anderson lona, dressmkr, W Armstrong 

(N I), h same. 
Anderson James, packer, b 191 E Market. 
Anderson James E, carp, b 26 S Mississippi. 
Anderson James E, phys, h 287 E South. 
ANDERSON JAMES S, Sec Masons' 
Union L,ife Association 9 Masonic 
Temple, Ii 980 N Illinois. 
Anderson James T, trav agt, h 30 Park av. 
Anderson James T Jr, trav agt Van Camp 

Hardware & Iron Co, h 24 Hall PI. 
Anderson James Wm, printer Indpls Jour- 
nal, r 69 N Liberty. 
Anderson John, carp, b 19 Paca. 
Anderson John, cooper, h 231 Elizabeth. 
Anderson John, lab, b 25 Thomas. 
Anderson John, lab. h 991 S Meridian. 
Anderson John A, elk, h 269 N Noble. 
Anderson John A, fireman, h 209 Meek. 



G.EKFegelo&Whitsett, — 
UNDERTAKERS ^ 

d 



23-125 N. DELAWARE 
PHONE 564. 

Residence C. T. Whitsett, Denison House. 
Private Phone 570. 



Anderson John B, cigars, 15 Mass av, r 
same. 

Anderson John C Rev, h University av (I). 

Anderson John C, lab, h 91 Belmont av. 

Anderson John C, welghmaster, h 54% May- 
hew. 

And^rson John D, mach, b 174 Columbia av. • — ^ 

Anderson John F, barber, 100 Ft Wayne av, I m\ 
h 133 B St Joseph. \^ I 

Anderson John H, mach, h 181 Brookside ^^^J 
av. ^^^^ 

Anderson John J, h 876 N Alabama. 

Anderson John S, carp, h 190 Dorman. 

Anderson John W, brakeman, h 311 N Pine. 

Anderson John W, carp, h 182 W Washing- 



Pruitt. 

Anderson Josephine (wid Arthur), h 757 
Brookers Al. 

Anderson Joshua, waiter, h 342 N Missouri. 

Anderson Julia (wid Winfleld), b 317 David- 
son. 

Anderson J Roy, elk, b 479 College av. 

Anderson Lenian C, shoes, 177 W 12th, h 
same. 

Anderson Lewis, fireman, h 75 Johnson av. 

ANDERSON MADS P, Coal, Coke, "Wood, 
Ivindllus:, Storage, Furniture Pack- 
er and Transfer, s e cor Hosbrook 
and Cedar, li 287 S East. 

Anderson Maggie, music teacher, 185 E 
Market, h same. 

Anderson Margaret (wid John), b w s 
Gale 6 n Glen Drive (B). 

Anderson Martin, lab, h 210 Miller (W I). 

Anderson Martin C, supt Work House, h 

Anderson Mary (wid Abraham), h rear 419 

N Illinois. 
Anderson Mary J (wid Elijah), h 49 Hos- 

Anderson Matthew H, mach, h w s Gale 6 
n Glen Drive (B). 



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JAS. N. MAYHETST, 

PRACTICAL AND EXPERT 

Optician 

Ko. 13 Horth Meridian St., Indianapolis. 



SAMIIFI I AINfi { Slate, steel and Tin Roofing, 

UnillULL LnlllU I 72-74 East Court street. TEL. 1428. 



WARWICK H. RIPLEY 



21 THORPE BLOCK, 

EAST OF POST-OFFICE. 

LAW AND ABSTRACT OFFICE 



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Anderson Mattie E, teacher, b 49 Hos- 
' brook. 
I Anderson Minnie I, artist, h 287 B South. 

Anderson Moses, lab, h w s Gushing 2d w 
I Pruitt. 

. Anderson Neils, elk Henry H Lee, h 426 S 
I East 

Anderson Oliver P, plumber, h 22 Sanders. 
I Anderson Oliver R, lab, b 91 Belmont av. 
I Anderson Owen, carp, b 459 S Meridian. 
' Anderson Perry W, lab, b 148 Eddy. 

Anderson Peter, mason, h 111 Harrison. 

Anderson Rasmus, lab, b 21 Cleveland (H). 

Anderson Reuben C, lab, h 515 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Anderson Riley, b 40 Brett. 
, Anderson Robert, brakeman, r 38 Insurance 
I Blk. 

Anderson Robert, carp, b 96 B South. 
I Anderson Robert, cook, h 207 W 1st. 

Anderson Robert, janitor Court House, h 5 
I Carlos. 

, ANDERSON ROL,L,0 D, Student Indpis 
( Bnsiness University, E J Heeb Pres, 
When Blk N Penn opp P O; Tel 499. 
I (See adv co-ver and p 4.) 

Anderson Samuel, grocer, 97 Maple, h 
same. 

Anderson Sarah A (wld Isaac J), h W 
t Armstrong (N I). 

Anderson Sherman, foreman, h 745 E Ohio. 
1 Anderson Steel Casting Co, 143% S Merid- 
I ian. 

Anderson Stella (wid Wm C), h 390 N Del- 
aware. 

Anderson Stephen, foreman, h 191 Hoyt av. 

Anderson Thomas, carp, h 448 N West. 

Anderson Thomas G, hostler, h 189 W 
Maryland. 

Anderson Victoria (wid John J), dressmkr, 
159 Buchanan, h same. 

Anderson Willard C, cook, b 207 W 1st. 

Anderson Wm, b 191 E Market. 

Anderson Wm, carp, h 23 Roanoke. 

Anderson Wm, lab, h 62 Chapel. 



o 



FRANK M. DELL, 

COAL AND LIME, 

378 to 400 E. Washington St. 

TEL.. 1310. 



Anderson Wm, lab, b 991 S Meridian. 

Anderson Wm, lab, h 446 E Walnut. 

Anderson Wm, pipe fitter, h 68 Walcott. 

Anderson Wm, woodwkr, h 106 Bates. 

Anderson Wm H, painter, b 190 Dorman. 

Anderson Wm O, bkkpr McGilliard & Dark, 
h 217 Park av. 

Anderson Willis, lab, b 40 Brett. 

Andes Nellie, stenog Rockwood Mnfg Co, h 
251 Bellefontaine. 

Anding John H, janitor, h 181 B Washing- 
ton. 

Andler Rosa, h 316 E New York. 

Andre Charles, lab, h 27 Cleveland (H.) 

Andress John R, barber, h 166'^ W Wash- 
ington. 

Andress Philander S, barber, h 409 W New 
York. 

Andrew Clinton, lab, b 50 Mayhew. 

Andrew Eliza B (wid John), h 552 Park av. 

Andrew John B, h 236 E Morris. 

Andrew Thomas, lab, h 317 Clinton. 

Andrews Alfred A, cigarmkr, h 50 Walla^k. 

Andrews Charles E, broker, h w s Pennsyl- 
vania 1 n of 24th. 

Andrews Edgar C, soap mfr, Drover s of 
Morris (W I); h n e cor Eureka and Com- 
merce avs. 

Andrews Edward, lab, b 606 N West 

Andrews Edward, waiter, r 4 Ryan blk. 

Andrews Emma, h 196 W Ohio. 

Andrews Emma, dom 533 N Alabama- 
Andrews Ernest D, painter, b 129y2 New- 
man. 

Andrews Grant, lab, r 648 Virginia av. 

Andlrews John T, carp, h 1291/2 Newman. 

Andrews Josephine, h 127 E 8th. 

Andrews Julius, lab, h 365 W North. 

Andrews Lank, lab, h 606 N West. 

Andrews Margaret (wid Henry), b 740 N 
West. 

Andrews Minnie (wid John), h 326 E New 
York. 

Andrews Morgan, lab, b 325 W Moixis. 

ANDREWS PRINTING CO (R B Crals. 
J H Miller), E J Hammer Mngr 40 1-2 
B Washington. 

Andrews Richard H, engr, h 171 Yandes. 

Andrews Robert, lab, h 325 W Morris. 

Andrews Thomas, tmstr, h 317 Clinton. 

Andrews Thomas J, barber, b 28 Columbus. 

Andrews Wm H, carp, b 47 Mayhew. 

Andrews Wm H, engr, b 115 S New Jersey. 

ANDROVETTE GLASS CO THE. Edwin 
Schormann Mngr, 6 Odd Fellows' 
Blk; Tel 1679. 

Andrus Ida M, asst prin P S No 10, b 39 
Christian av. 

Andrus Matilda S (wid Reuben), r 39 Chris- 
tian av. 

Aneshaensel Charles, h 55 Union. 

ANESHAENSBIi CHARLES JR (C An- 
eshaensel & Co), h .359 Park av. (See 
bottom corner cards.) 

ANESHAENSEL. C & CO (Charles An- 
eshaensel Jr). PlnmbefS, Steam and 
Gas Fitters Marlon Blk 103 N Mer- 
idian; Tel 860. (See bottom corner 

Aneshaensel Julius, mach hd, h 11 Carlos. 
Aneshaensel Otto, plumber, 137 Virginia av, 

h 552 E Market. 
Aneshaensel Walter, milliners' trimmings, 

143^. S Meridian, h 75 W Vermont. 
Angel Henry, lab, b 889 W Morris (W I). 



CLEMENS V0NNE6UT 



, EAST WASHINQTON BTKBET. 



wire, manilla and sisal ropes 
Hoisting Machinery 



SSX } McNamara, Koster & Co. 



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Angelbauer Christian, cabtmkr, b 423 E St 

Clair. 
Angell Antonette D (wld Willard), dom, h 

612 College av. 
Angle, see also Engle. 
Angle Abel R, condr. h 35 W Vermont. 
Angle Harry C. chief elk, b 35 W Vermont. 
Angrick Andrew (Felix Bonowski & Co) b 

196 Ciburn. 
Angrick Anthony, lab, h s s W Morris 2 e 

of West. 
Angrick August (Felix Bonowski & Co) h 

196 Coburn. 
Angrick Charles, lab, h 23 Thomas. 
Angrick Frank, h 39 N Harding (W I). 
Angrick Otto, lab,, h 20 Lee (W I). 

ANHEUSBR-BUSCH BREWNG ASSOCI- 
ATION, J L Bieler Mngr, Indlanapo- 

Ankenbrock C Wm, grocer, 326 Clifford av, 

h same. 
Ankenbrock Frajik G, dep sheriff, b 353 S 

Delaware. 
Ankenbrock Henry H, h 385 S Delaware. 
--Uikenbrock Henry W, bartndr, h 39 Valley. 
Ankenbrock Joseph F, trav a«t, h 212 E 

Morris. 
Ankenbrock Peter S, printer, b 385 S Dela- 

Ankeney Jacob, h 202 B Market 

Ankeney Sarah, b 202 E Market 

Annabil Anna M, clairvoyant, h 218 E 
■ft'abash. 

Anschuetz Edward, cigar mnfr, 608 Virginia 
av, b 7 Buchanan. 

Anschuetz Gustave, finisher, h 7 Buchanan. 

Anselm John J, printer, b 239 S Alabama. 

Anselm Joseph, lab, h 6 Smithson. 

Anson Frederick, plastr, b 135 E Washing- 
ton. 

Anspach Isaac, b 33 Johnson av. 
■ Ante George, lab, b 3 Notch rd. 

Ante Jacob, h 3 Notch rd. 

Ante Jacob J, lab, h 437 Union. 

Ante Louis (Teckenbrock & Ante), h 672 S 
Illinois. 

Ante Wm, sawmkr, h 3 Notch rd. 

Antenen John, bartender, r 391/2 Indiana av. 

Anterelli George L, elk, b 308 E Washington. 

Anterelli Louis, cigars, 308 E Washington, h 
same. 

Anthes Jacob, lab, h 500 S New Jersey. 

ANTHONY EMANUEL, Physlclnn 90 
Mass av, b 310 N East. 

ANTHONY E GROVE, Physician 92 
Mass av, Ii 810 N East. 

Anthony George, lab, b 99 Paca. 

Anthony James R, phys, 405 College av, h 

same. 
Anthony Michael S, fruits, 67 E Mkt House, 

h 21 S Liberty. 
Anthony Sarah M (wid Francis), h 3 Sand. 
Anthony Walter M, lab, b 3 Sand. 
Antinella James, shoemkr, h 18 Columbia al. 
Antrim A Wesley, bkpr Robert W. Furnas, 

b 25 Hoyt av. 
Antrim George D, buttermkr, h 25 Hoyt av. 
Antrobus Charles, lab, h e s Dakota s of 

Ray. 
Antrobus Sarah E (wid John), h e s Dakota 

1 s of Ray. 
Apel, see also Abel. 
Apel Charles, millwright, b Marion Park 

Hotel. 
Apel Harry, sander, b 331 W Michigan. 




APPEL D FRED, GenI Agt New Eng- 
land Mntnal Life Insaranue Co of 
Boston 10 AVlien Blk, h 777 N Mer- 



idian; Tel 1040. 

(Gregory 



Appel), 



387 I 



Appel John 
Broadway. 
Appel Joseph S, elk, h ISO Mass av. 
Appel Minnie, stenogr, b 210 Lexington av. 
APPELLATE COURT 99 State House. 
Apple Heivey, carp, h 20 Ludlow la. 
Apple Isaac, condr, b 505 Ash. 
Jipple Rebecca A (wid James M), b 31 Peru 

Apple Samuel, lab, b 87 E Michigan. 

i^l.ple Silas W, st car driver, h 29 Clarke. 

Apple Thomas, lab, b 203 W 3rd. 

Appleby Robert P, elk, h 22 Mayhew. 

Appleby Sarah R (wld Robert), b 41 High- 
land pi. 

Appleby Wm J, paperhanger, h 410 W 1st 

Applegate Augustus W, supt Wm B Bur- 
ford, h 121 W New York. 

Jipplegate Berg ^Severin, Ostermeyer & 
Co), h 661 N Meridian. 

Applegate Charles F, phys, Insane Hospital. 

/.pplegate Edgar T, elk Wm B Burford, h 
4S4 N Mississippi. 

Ajplegate Hiram, huckster, h 32 Hosbrook. 

ji pplegate Kate (wid Isaiah), teacher P S 
No 12, b 220 Ash. 

Applegate Lauren P, elk, h 168 Mass a v. 

Aiplegate Stella, nurse, b 276 N Illinois. 

Ai.plegate Wm A (W A Applegate & Co), 
h 28 Central av. 

.Applegate Wm F, carp, h 20 Woodside av. 

Applegate Wm H, tiav agt b 28 Central av. 

Applegate W A & Co (Wm A Applegate), 
merchandise brokers, 32 S Meridian. 

Apples Thomas porter, b 203 W 3rd. 

Appleton James A, buyer D P Erwin & Co 
h 69 W 1st 

Arbaugh Archibald M, stenog Daniel Stew- 
art h National av G). 

Arbaugh George W, barber, h 300 Cornell 



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Arbuckle Alexander H, letter carrier P O, 
. h 1001 N Penna. 

Arbuckle Andrew R, blksmith, h w s Hollo- 
I way av 2 n of Graham. 

Arbuckle Charles A, mach, h 97 Beville av. 
I .\rbuckle Charles R, mach, h 69 S Summit. 
' .V rbuckle James F, blksmith, s e cor Rural 

iind Pendleton av, h 8 Madison. 
I .\rbuckle James F, lab, h 111 Martindale av. 
' .\ibuckle John W, painter, h n s Law- 
rence 2 w of Hazel. 

ARBUCKLE MATTHEW, Real Estate 
and Loans, r 7 60 E Market, li 181 
I College a-v; Tel 1680. 
' Arbuckle Samuel S, engr, h 168 Bright. 

Arbuckle Susanna S (wid Samuel), h 57 
Yandes. 
I Arbuckle Wm E, blksmith, b 57 Yandes. 

A rcadia Milling Co, Arthur N Link m^r, 

34 Indiana av. 
I Archbold Charles E, music teacher, b 105 
I Ramsey av. 

.\rchbold Kdgar P, mach, b 105 Ramsey av. 
I Archbold John F, farmer, h 105 Ramsey av. 

ARCHDEACON WM, Pickles and Vine- 
I sar Mnfr 284 AV AVashlngton, li 106 

Rnckle; Tel 325. 
I Archdeacon Wm H, bkkpr, b 106 Ruckle. 

Archer Alexander M, pres Adamant Wall 
I Plaster Co of Indiana, h 34 Brookside av. 

Archer Anthony V, teacher, r 709 E Ohio. 
I Archer Charles M, huckster, h 7 Clarke. 
I Archer Frank P, mngr Indpls Mortgage 

Loan Co, b 84 W Vermont. 
I Archer Thomas B, farmer, h 309 Alvord. 

Archer Ulysses S, lumber, b 672 B Market. 
I .Archibald Bernhardt J, carp, h 357 W 
I Washington. .... ^ j ,-. v. 

Archibald Orson, teacher Deaf and Dumb 

' Archie Wm S, porter, r 14% Indiana av. 
I Arens, see also Ahrens. 



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SCHMITT & aUNN, 

Plumbers and Gas Fitters 

Water Services, Stove Connections, 

Burners, Valves, Etc. 

JOB WORK SOLICITED. 

5 VANCE BUK.. WASH. ST. SIDE. 



Arens Adle J, dressmkr, 183 



New York, 



ARENS FR.4^NK J, Saloon 249 E Mor- 
ris, h 37 Cobnrn. 

Arens Franz X, singing teacher Indpls 
Schoool of Music, h 439 N New Jersey. 

Arens Samuel, elk L E Morrison, h 181 W 
New York. 

Arentz Wm, sawfller, h 167 Cobum. 

Argue Lillie, milliner, 871 N New Jersey, h 
same. 

Arington Samuel, lab, h 79 E McCarty. 

Arl3ss James, carp, b cor Marlette Drive 
and Wendell av. 

Armacost Sarah (wid Aaron B), b 22 Lud- 
low la. 

Armantrout Charles W, trav agt, b 105 Ft 
Wayne av. 

ARMANTROUT HARVEY J, Hardwood 
Lumber 136 S Illinois, Ii 105 Ft 
Wayne av. Tel 773. (See adv ander 
class HardTTood Lumber.) 

Armbru.5ter John C, elk, h 79 S West. 

Armbruster John C jr, molder, h 79 S West. 

Armbruster Julius, printer, h 148 Kansas. 

Armel Albert, driver, h 76 Spruce. 

Armel Charles, elk, b 76 Spruce. 

Arraentrout George S. h 285 N Delaware. 

Armentrout George W, foreman, b 285 N 
Delaware. 

Armer Albert W, packer, b 398 S Alabama. 

Armer Austin, painter, b 398 S Alabama. 

Armer David S, phys, 398 S Alabama, h 
same. 

Armer Harry W, painter, b 398 S Alabama. 

Armer Lester, lab, b 398 S Alabama. 

.'s.rmitage James, packer, b 366 W Vermont. 

Armitage James H, driver, h 366 W Ver- 
mont. 

Armitage Wm H, bartender, h 366 W Ver- 

Armits'tead James C, grocer, 40 Malott av, 

h 19 Biddle. 
Armitstead Mary B, dry goods, 40 Malott 

av, h 19 Biddle. 
Armour Lewis, baker, b 398 S Alabama. 
Arms Christopher T, b 485 Central av. 
Armstead Harry, carp, h e s Clarke 7th s 

of Valley Drive. 
Armstead Wm A, carp, h 214 W 8th. 
Armstrong Addle O, h 23 Prospect. 
Armstrong Albert A, lab, b 14 Concordia. 
Armstrong Alonzo, lab, h e s Bismark n of 

Grand View (H). 
Armstrong Ann (wid Wm), b 518 Bellefon- 

Armstrong Benjamin, bartender, b 117 W 

Maryland. 
Armstrong Benjamin, lab, h e s Scoffleld 

av n of Grand View (H). 
Armstrong Calvin C, fireman, h 21 Decatur. 
Armstrong Charles E, paperhgr, h 40 S Ten- 
Armstrong Charles W, elk J A Craig, b 

166 Lexington av. 
Armstrong Clarence M, driver, h 84 Fletch- 

Armstro'ng Cyrus, rubberwkr, h r 301 E 
Georgia. 

Armstrong Douglas K, supt W I Schools, 
h 916 W Morris (W I). 

Armstrong Edward J (Indpls Ice Co), h 
Armstrong (N I). ^ ^ , ^ „^ 

Armstrong Fernando W, brakeman, h 1077 
W Vermont. 

Armstrong Forest J, agt, b 866 N Missis- 
sippi. 



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Surreys, End Spring Phaetons and Kensing:tons. 
130 and 132 EAST ST. CLAIR STREET. 



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Armstrong Prank, lab, h 186 Dearborn. 

Armstrong- Frank L, horse trainer, h w s 
Lialtimore av 1 n of Blackmore. 

Armstrong Frank P, condr, h 1123 E Wash- 
ington. 

Armstrong Frank W, ins, h 396 Broadway 

Armstrong George, lab, h Line a). 

Armstrong George, waiter, r 324 W 2d. 

Armstrong George C, elk, b 500 Ash. 

Armstrong George F, messenger Am Ex 
Co, r 113 S Illinois. 

Armstrong George W (D H Baldwin & 
Co), h Cincinnati O. 

Armstrong Gratton W, well driver, h n e 
cor Tremont av and Grand View (H). 

Armstrong Henry, lab, b 186 Dearborn. 

Armstrong Howard, student, b University 

Armstrong James W ffndpls Ice Co), h 82 

Armstrong Jeremiah D, h 69 Windsor pi. 

Armstrong John, h n s Armstrong (N I.) 

Armstrong John, lab, h 285 Indiana av. 

Armstrong John N, car rep, h Brightwood 
av (B.) 

Armstrong John T, barber, b 88 N Illinois. 

Armstrong Joseph, lab, b 37 Hiawatha. 

Armstrong J Harry, mach hd, h r 664 E St 
Clair. 

Armstrong Mary (wid Charles), h 360 N 
Pine. 

Armstrong May E, stenog, b 373 N Dela- 
ware. 

Armstrong Morrow P, h 60 W 5th. 

Armstrong Morton W, elk, b 60 W 5th. 

Armstrong Oscar G, laundryman, b 36 S 
Tennessee. 

Armstrong Robert B, watchman, h 95 
Greenwood. 

Armstrong Robert M, elk, h 93 N Arsenal 



Armstrong Sarah (wid Robert), h 261i^ Mass 
av. 

Armstrong Seigle M (Mather & Armstrong), 
b 331 E Market. 

Armstrong Thomas, lab, b 14 Concordia. 

Armstrong Thomas, lab. b 160 S Delaware. 

Armstrong Thomas D, elk r m s, h 500 Ash. 

Armstrong Thomas J, agt, h 866 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Armstrong Thomas L. vet surg. 27% Monu- 
ment pi (formerly Circle), r 10% E Wash- 
ington. 

Armstrong Thomas P, h 229 Madison av. 

Armstrong Washington, lab, h 349 Columbia 



Armstrong Wlllard C, printer, 



N Mis- 



Armstrong Wm, solicitor Consumers' Gas 

Trust Co, h 133 W 6th. 
Armstrong Wm F, tmstr, b 12 Columbia blk. 
Armstrong Wm H (Wm. H Armstrong & 

Co), h 373 N Delaware. 
ARMSTRONG "\VM H & CO (Wm H 

Arm.stron!;, Kmll J ■VVlllljrandt) 

Snrgricul Instr Mnfrs 77 S Illinois: 

Tel 928. 



.■\.mdt August F, shoemkr 217 B Morris, 1 

same. 
Amdt Charles H, driver, b 136 Columbia av 



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INVESTING AGENTS, != 

TOWN AND FARM LOANS, ^S 

72 East Market Street. ^^^ 



Amdt Henry, lab, h 53 Hendricks. < 

Arnett Joseph, brickmason, h 305% E Wash- 

Amett Mary (wid James S), h 9 Centre. 
Arney Clifford B, bartender, h 327 E Wa- ( 

Arnhoiter Frederick W, hamessmkr, h 109 ' 

N West. 
Arnhoiter Henry, hamessmkr 572 Virginia 
Arnhoiter Henry' jr, elk, b 578 Virginia av 
Arnhoiter Wm H, hamessmkr, b 578 Vlr- ■■ 

ginia av. ; 

Arnold Abraham, sheet iron wkr, b 49 '• 

Dorman. I 

Arnold Andrew, molder. h 175 Buchanan. ; 
Arnold Arthur, engr, h 29 Beacon. 
Arnold Barbara (wid Peter), h 99 Douglass. ! 
Arnold Charles, lab, h n s Winchester 2d • 

e of Shelby. i 

Arnold Charles A, plastr, b 334 Tandes. i 

Arnold Charles C, condr, h 70 Spann av ' 

Arnold Eddie, grocer 534 Park av, h 59 > 

Ruckle. 
Arnold Frank R, painter, b 227 Blake. 
Arnold George D, sorter, b 116 Blackford. 
Arnold George S, elk Am Ex Co, b 68 W 

Arnold George S, trav agt, h 6 Linden. I 

Arnold George W. helper, b 649 E 7th. 1 

Arnold Herman G, meat mkt 502 S Ten- ' 
nessee, h same. i 

Arnold Jacob, plumber, r 46 Ross blk. ' 

Arnold Jane (wid Willis), b 93 N Arsenal I 

Arnold John, cabtmkr, b 84 S Illinois. 1 

Arnold John, policeman, h 219 W Maryland. ] 
Arnold John, well driver, b 649 B 7th. 1 

Arnold John, watchman, h 342 S New Jer- i 



Arnold John W, h 872 N New Jersey. 
Arnold Joseph, motorman, h w s Gladstone 

av 1 n of Washington. 
Arnold Justin A, trav agt, h 484 Central av. 



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NUMBERINQ MACHINES, BOOK PLATES, 
INKS, PADS. DATES, TYPE. MEDALS <£ 
CHECKS, DOOR PLATES, EMBLEMS <£ 
BADGES, RIBBON STAMPS, REGALIAS. 

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] General Contractor and Builder. 

( Telephone 670. 



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• Established 1876. Telephone 168. 

CO CHESTER BRADFORD, 
^^^ Solicitor of- Patents, 
— ^— and counsel in patent causes. 

^J^ (See adv. page 6.) 

^^^ Office:-Rooms 14 and 16 Hubbard Block, S.W. 
^^^5 Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 

~ ^ INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 

00 

Uj 

I Arnold Mary B (wid John D). h U6 Black- 

^— ■ ford. 

^JJJ Arnold Mary B (wid Taylor), h 212 E Ver- 

^^3 Arnold Michael P, trav agt, h 227 Blake. 
^ Arnold Mildred, b 88 S Liberty. 

Arnold Minnie, h rear 171 Bright. 

Arnold Philip, lab, b 83 Fayette. 

Arnold Philip H, driver, h 338 Chestnut. 

Arnold Richard C, elk, b 142 Fayette. 

Arnold Richard C jr, trav agt, h 236 Vir- 

Arnold Robert F, paper hanger, b 315 E. 
Washington. 

Arnold Samuel, carp, h 68 Clittord av. 

Arnold Thomas C. lab, b 509 N Mississippi. 

Arnold Thomas J, con'tr, h 52 S Reisner. 

Arnold Wm, huckster, b 175 Buchanan. 

Arnold Wm E, city fireman, h 256 Huron. 

Arnold Wm H, coremkr. Dean Bros Steam 
Pump Works, h 34 Gresham. 

Arnold Wm M, contr, h 217 Keystone av. 

Arnouil Eugene, driver, b 247 W Morris. 

.Arnouil Louis, lab, h 247 W Morris. 

-Vrnsthal Arthur C, clothing, 35 N Illinois, h 
24 W 11th. 

.Vrrants Abbie (wid James), b 183 Pleasant. 

ARRICK CLIFFORD, Fire and Life 
Insurance Agency. State Agrent 
"Wasliingrton Life Insnrance Co of 
Nefv York, Agent Commercial Union 
Assurance Co (limited) of London 
(England) and 'Sew Hampshire Fire 
Insnrance Co of Mancliester, N H, 
Office 33 Journal Bldg; Tel COS; h 
f>05 N Delaware. (See right bottom 
lines.) 

Arszman J Henry, solicitor Indpls Brewing 
Co, h 95 Minerva. 

ART EMBOSSING MACHINE CO, Mar- 
vin B Crist Pres, Lyman W Louis 
Sec and Treas, Mnfrs Art Embossing 
Machines 30 to 40 W South. 

Arthur Eliza (wid Napoleon B), h 494^ Vir- 



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Estimates Furnished. 
233 BELI-EF^ONTAINE STREET. 



Arthur Samuel B, carp, b 219 Alvord. 

Arthur Wm, lab, b 23 Kentucky av. 

Arthur Wm, packer, h 233 Buchanan. 

Artis Calvin, lab, h 125 Darnell. 

Artis Eli, lab, B Wells, (W I.) 

Artist Everett D, grocer, Brinkman, (B), h 

James (B.) 
Artist Gray B, lab, b James, (B.) 
Artist Hannah (wid John), h James, (B.) 
Artist Jonathan, lab, h James (B). 
Asbia Oscar O, engr, b 120 Dorman. 
Asbia Walter O, fireman, h 120 Dorman. 
Asbury Benjamin S, lab. h 249 Bates. 
Asbury Charles, elk, b 249 Davidson. 
Asbury George W, carp, b 249 Bates. 
Asbury Mary A (wid Garrison), h 323 W 

Morris. 
Asbury Wm, h 209 W Court. 
Asch Adolph, policeman, h 606 Virginia av. 
Asche Henry, lab, b 124 N Liberty. 
Asche Mary (wid George), h 124 N Liberty. 
Ash James N, attendant. Insane Hospital. 
Ash John, porter, b 213 E Wabash. 
Ash Richard, flagman, h 168 Meek. 
Ash Richard, lab, h Auburn av (W). 
Ashbaugh John H, baggage master, h 59 

Oak. 
Ashbaugh Walter E, elk. Roots & Co, b 59 

Oak. 
Ashbrook Cave S, asst cashr Warren- 

Scharf Asphalt Paving Co, b 27 Lock- 
erbie. 
Ashbrook Garnett, teacher P S No 2, b 27 

Lockerbie. 
Ashbrook Herbert G, elk Daniel Stewart, 

b 27 Lockerbie. 
Ashbrook H Raymond, elk, b 185 N Ten- 

Ashbroo'k John T, Ins, h 27 Lockerbie. 
Ashbrook John T jr, elk, b 27 Lockerbie. 
Ashbrook Nellie P, teacher P S No. 3, b 27 

Lockerbie. 
Ashby Daniel W, lab, h 480 W North. 
Ashby Samuel (McCray & Ashby), b 150 N 

Illinois. 
Ashby Smith G, lab, h 480 W North. 
Ashcraft Henry B, lab, h Trowbridge (W.) 
Ashcraft John, lab, b Trowbridge (W.) 
Asher Delaney, postal elk, h 75 River av 

(W I). 
Asher Elijah, lab, h s s Pendleton pike (B). 
Asher John W, lab, b s s Pendleton pike (B). 
Ashinger Wm H. yd master, h 645 E Miami 
Ashleman, see Eshleman. 

Ashley Anna C (wid Joseph), b 276 N Ten- 
Ashley Charles J, tel opr, h 276 N Tennessee. 
Ashley George T, engr, h 196 Ash. 
Ashley Julia E. teacher P S No. 10, b 196 

Ash. 
Ashley Lucy A (wid James), b 72 Ruckle. 
Ashley Marion F, stonemason, h s w cor 

Waverlv and Brookside avs. 
Ashlev Martha W (wid George T), b 196 Ash. 
Ashley Thomas, trav agt, h 72 Ruckle. 
Ashmead John S, h 263% Mass av. 
Ashmead Mary S, b 263% Mass av. 
Ashmead Seely W, engr, h 39 Brookside av. 
Ashton Harry B, photog, h 219 Davidson. 
Askren James D, barber 545 E Washington, 

h same. 
Asmus Eliza (wid Charles), h Bmrichsvllle. 
Asmus Frederick, h 500% N West. 
Asmus Louis, fruits cor Louisiana and Me- 
ridian, h 81 Margaret. 



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Asmus Louis C, lab, h 174 Fayette. 
Asperger Frederick, marble cutter, h 72 Cin- 
cinnati. 
Aspinwall Frank P, elk, b 77 Johnson av. 
Aspinwall John, saw flier, b 76 Ft Wayne 

Assessor's ofBce, Court House. 

Associated Press, Journal and Sentinel 

bldgs. 
Astley Jesse S, elk, b 229 W Washington. 
Astley Margaret, bkkpr Central Chair Co, 

h 30 Hall pi. 
Astley Sarah J (wid Samuel C), h n w cor 

Washington and Colorado av. 
Atchison James D, packer, h 243 Blake. 
Atchison Willis E, lab, b 243 Blake. 
Aten Comodore P, trav agt, b 79 W Uth. 
Atherton AlexEinder P, harnessmkr, h 29a 

Columbia av. 
Atherton Charles A, lab, h 296 Columbia av. 
Atherton Emery, engr, b 295 Columbia av. 
Atherton Wm E, bkkpr, b 131 W Ohio. 
Atherton Wm F, printer Indpis News, h 

131 W Ohio. 
Athey George R, mach hd, b 49 Warman av. 
Athey James R, mach, b 49 Warman av 

(H). 
Athey Preston, molder, h 20 Miley av. 
Atkins, see also Adkins. 
Atkins Adalaide G (wid George W), h 551 

N Mississippi. 
Atkins Benjamin, boilermkr, r 18% Indiana 

Atkins Elias C, pres B C Atkins & Co, h 
666 N Meridian. 

ATKINS B C & CO, Ellas C Atkins 
Pres, Henry C Atfeins Vice-Pres and 
Snpt, Wni H Perkins Sec, Merrltt A 
Potter Treas, Proprs Sheffeld Sa'w 
AVorks 20a to 210 S Illinois; Tel 553. 

Atkins Frank G, student, b 551 N Missis- 
Atkins George B, switchman, b 356 S Dela- 
ware. 

Atkins Henry C, vice-pres and supt E C 
Atkins & Co, b 666 N Meridian. 

Atkins Oliver T, painter, h 172 Dougherty. 

Atkins Stephen, engr, h 241 Hamilton av. 

Atkin.son, see also Adkinson. 

Atkinson A M, pres board of directors But- 
ler University, h Wabash Ind. 

Atkinson Charles E, mach opr The Indpis 
Sentinel, h 219 W 1st. 

Atkinson Charles E. st car driver, h w s 
Thalman av 8 n Beech. 

Atkinson Daniel, polisher, h rear 90 S 
Noble. 

Atkinson Edwin L, real est, h 74 Fletcher 
av. 

Atkinson Frank P, elk, b 256 N Mississippi. 

Atkinson Harry N, lab, h 20 Excelsior av. 

Atkinson Homer, barber, b 81 Spann av. 

Atkinson John B, com Union stock yards 
(W I), h 153 S Williams (W I). 

Atkinson Mary (wid Henry), h 268 S Noble. 

Atkinson Newman (Atkinson & Izor), h w 
s Holloway av 3 n of Beech. 

Atkinson Sallie L, h 253 N Mississippi. 

Atkinson Thomas E, agt, h 280 Indiana av. 

Atkinson Thomas J, h 20 Excelsior av. 

Atkinson & Izor (Newman Atkinson and 
Frank Izor), blksmiths, 5 Hillside av. 

ATI,AS ENGINE WORKS, Stongliton A 
Fletcher jr Pres, Hngh H Hanna 
Vlce-Pres. Charles B Fletcher See, 
Jesse Fletcher Treas, Matthew R 
Moore Snpt, Mnfrs Eng;ines and 
Boilers n e cor 9th and Martlndale 
a.v; Tels 131, 453, 1675. 



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40!^ E. WASHINGTON ST. 

AGENTS FOR 

Insurance Co. North America. 
Penn Fire Insurance Co. 



ATLEB WASHINGTON L, Agt Wood, 
Brown & Co 140 S Illinois, b 532 N 
Illinois. 

Aton Thomas J, mach, h Prospect st add. 
Attorney General's Office, 19 State House. 
Attridge Oliver H, mach, b 78 Shade (B). 
Atwell Parker, lab, h rear 742 N West. 
Atwood James K, bartender, b 140 Forest 

Atwood Mary B (wid Robert F), b 140 For- 
est av. 

Aubrey Henry C, painter, h 315 E St Clair. 

Auburn Wm, lab, b 454 S Delaware. 

Auch Andrew, finisher, h 78 Dorman. 

Auch Charles, boilermkr, b 78 Dorman. 

Auch Henry, lab, b 78 Dorman. 

Auditor of State OfHce. 38 State House. 

Auerbach Mark, cigarmkr, 139 Virginia av 
b 212 B Market. 

Aufderheide Benjamin, mach hd, b 172 
Archer. 

Aufderheide Charles G, painter, b 58 Hill- 
side av. 

Aufderheide Gottfried, cigar mnfg, 52 Hill- 
side av, h 58 same. 



Aufderheide Henry C, bkkpr, h 407 S New 

Jersey. 
Aufderheide Henry E, painter, h 734 B 7th. 
Aufderheide John H (Aufderheide & Zump- 

fe), mngr Indiana Mortgage Loan Co, h 

188 Davidson. 
Aufderheide Joseph, carp, h 172 Archer. 
Aufderheide Walter H, blksmlth, b 172 

Archer. 
Aufderheide Wm J, h 235 Davidson. 
Aufderheide Wm R, elk, b 235 Davidson. 
AUFDERHEIDE & ZUMPFE (John H 

Aufderheide, Wm A Znmpte) Real 

Estate and Investment Brokers 18 

Insnrance Blk. 



Aug Jacob, clk,_48 Athon. 
ghlnbauj" 
[eridian. 



b 1672 N 



Steel and Iron Roo&ng and Corrugating Co. 



Man 






Steel, Iron Rooting, Siding and Celling, 

Steel Rooting tor all Kinds ot Buildings 

a Specialty. 

A. E. Long, Fres't. telephone I448. 

444 to 448 B. Ohio St., INDIANAPOLIS. 



BUSINESS UKJIVERSIXV. When Blk. 
Elevator day and night. Typewriting, Penmanship, 
Bookkeeping, OflBce Training free. See pai ' 



Eat. 1850. Tel. 499. 



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BRINK & HOHL 



MERCHANT TAILORS, 

27 VIRGINIA AVENUE. 



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SEE 

LALLEY BROS., Tailors, 

5 N. Meridian St. 



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Alabama. 



Charles P, coufr, b 



Aughlnbaugh Edward L, drugs, n e cor 

Illinois and 22nd, h 1572 N Meridian. 
Aughlnbaugh Mary, teacher, b 1572 N Mer- 

AughiiibEugh Wm M, confr, h 1149 N Ala- 
bama. 

Augstein Charles H, city salesman, b 119 
Dorman. 

Augstein Charles T, finisher, h 119 Dorman. 

Augstein George T, bookbinder, h 55 Broad- 
way. 

Ault Adam, attendant. Insane Hospital. 

Aultman C & Co, E T Kenney genl agt, 3 
Board of Trade bldg. 

Aultman, Miller ,& Co, Henry J Prier genl 
agt, 75 W Washington. 

Aultman Wm, fireman, r 20 Bloomir.gton. 

Aumann Charles F, sawmkr, h 19 Ketcham. 

Aumann Henry H, tailor, h 133 Shepard 
(WI.) 

Aumann John, painter, b 79 W Wabash. 

Aurin Arthur J, brakeman, h 295 English 

Aurln Augustus G, carp, h 167 Olive. 

Aust Henry, lab, b 1024 W Morris (W I.) 

Austermiller Philip, engr, h 20 McGill. 

Austermiller Wm, engr, h 157 W South. 

Austermahle Albert C, elk, h 497 B 9th. 

Austermuhle Charles A, collr, h 222 E Mor- 
ris. 

Austin Albert A, mach, b 22 S Summit. 

Austin Archibald, lab, h Rltter av (I.) 

Austin Augusta G, Piano Teacher Indian- 
apolis School of Music, b 31 W Pratt. 

Austin Cassius M, brickmason, b 172 Bright. 

Austin Catherine T (wid Algernon), h 31 W 
Pratt. 

Austin Charles, (ollr, b 491 E Market. 

Austin Charles D, carp, b 247 Huron. 

Austin Charles H, packer, h 195 W 1st. 

Austin Charles P, stenogr Indiana Trust 
Co, b 491 E Market. 

Austin Charles S, contr agt Penn Lines, h 
851 Ashland av. 




PATENTS 



V. H. LOCKWOOD, 

Attorney lu Patent Casei. 
60 E. MARKET ST., 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



Austin Edward A (Austin & Son), h 2 

Summit. 
Austin Ellen, h r 210 N Meridian. 
Austin Gamaliel T. mach. h 102 Spring. 
Austin Herbert, carp, h 440 S Illinois. 



Austin Mary (wid Henry), b 133 Hoyt av. 
Austin Napoleon B, h 172 Bright. 
Austin Richard J, mach, h 485 S West. 



Austin & Son (Edward A and John T), gro- 
cers, S52 B Washington. 

Automatic Electric Signal Co, W R Wood- 
ard Pres, S F Galloway Vice-Pres, A 
P Kopp Treas, J Douglass Barkley Sec, 
2iyo B Washington. 

Avant Wm H (Wm Laurie & Co), h 380 N 
Delaware. 

Avels George W, weigher, h 317 S Penn. 

Averdick Charles C, elk, b 230 N Delaware. 

Averdick Johanna (wid Henry G), h 230 N 
Delaware. 

Averett James R Rev, pastor Reid st Bap- 
tist Church, barber 168 Indiana av, h 372 
N Missouri. 



Averill Joseph A, genl yard master Van- 

dalia R R, h 265 N Mississippi. 
Averill Joseph T, elk, b 265 N Mississippi. 
Averill Willis E, elk, b 265 N Mississippi. 

AVERY EDWIN I,, Fainter 35 S Ten- 
nessee, h 641 N Illinois. (See adv 
nnder class Painters.) 

Avery Emma, dressmkr, 641 N Illinois, h 

same. 
Avery Eugene O E, brakeman, b 92 Harrl- 

Avery Frank, painter, h 737 N Tennessee. 

Avery Frank M. broommkr, h 244 Archer. 

A-sery George, lab, b 285 S Tennessee. 

Ave-ry Guy C, teas, 13 E Mkt House, h 48 
N New Jersey. 

Avery Herschel, lab. b 421 N Pine. 

Avery John F, lab, b w s Depot (B). 

Avery John L, h 447 N East. 

A^ery John P, phys, h 449 N East. 

Avery Leonard S, h 235 W Market. 

Avery Mathias V, lab, h 421 N Pine. 

Avery Raiph L. brakeman, b 92 Harrison. 

A\ try Robert, driver, h 38 Osgood av (W I). 

Avery Wm E, Instructor Bookkeeping In- 
dianapolis Business University, h 123 Fay- 

Avery Wm H, ab. h 586 Jefferson av. 
Avery Wm M, condr, h 643 S Meridian. 
Ayey Oliver H P, janitor P S No 22, h 404 



Axt Henry C. helper, b 15 Ketcham. 
Axt Wm G. bkpr, b Enterprise Hotel. 
Axtell Adelbert, auctioneer, h 272 E St Clair. 
Astell John W, photog, h 341 Central av. 
Axtell Lina, music teacher, 273 E St Clair, 

h same. 
Axtell Samuel P, elk D P Erwin & Co, h 

283 N East 
Axum Wm, lab, h 158 W McCarty. 
Ayers Charles H, driver, b 462 S West 



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Ayers Cornelius, coachman, 530 N Dela- 
Ayers Francis M, carp, 1674 Kenwood av, h 



Williams 



Ayers Frank S, carp, h 

(W I). 

Ayers Gabriel, lab, b 412 S West. 
Ayers Henry H, plumber, b 144 N Tennessee. 
Ayers James C, express, h 3 Geneva. 
Ayers John C, gasfltter. h 309 Yandes. 



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Ayers Levi, carp, h 415 S West. 
Ayers Martin, carp, h w s Denny 2 n of E 

Washington. 
Ayers Mary A (wid Ashley), b 61 Ludlow la. 
Ayers Nathan J, bartender, h 52 Fayette. 
Ayers Thomas E, watchman, h 61 Ludlow 

la. 
Ayers Wilbur F, carp, b 462 S West. 
Ayler Margaret L (wid Charles) b 64 W 1st. 
Aylward Ellen (wid Thomas) b rear 184 

Dorman. 
Aylward James, lab, h rear 184 Dorman. 
Ayres Albert F, lawyer, h 43 Morrison. 
AYRES ALEXANDER C (Ayres A 

Jones), U 31 West Drive (W P.) 
Ayres Arthur S (Brubaker & Ayres), b 527 

College av. 
Ayres Chales A, mason, b 258 S Olive. 
Ayres David, wood turner, h 258 S Olive. 
Ayres David W, boltrakr, h 253 S Olive. 
Ayres Fayette, lab, h 16 Haugh (H). 
Ayres Francis E, mach, b 258 S Olive. 
Ayres Frederick M, supt L S Ayres & Co, 

b 656 N Delaware. 
Ayres Ida G, stenog Ayres & Jones, b 31 

West drive (W P.) 
Ayres Jane C (wid Levi), h n s Michigan av 

5 e of Belt Ry. 
Ayres Jesse O. molder, h 139 Patterson. 
. Ayres Joseph B, foreman, h 52 Gale (B.) 
Ayres Levi P, farmer, b n s Michigan av, 

5 e of Belt Ry. 
Ayres Lyman S (L S Ayres & Co), h 656 

N Delaware; tel 914. 
AYRES L, S & CO (Lyman S Ayres), 

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MlIIlner> and Merelinnt Tailoring 3a 

to 37 W Washington; Tel 1007. 
AYRES & JONES (Alexander C Ayres 

and Aqnllla <l Jones), La'tvyers 1, 2 

and 3 Fletcher's Bank Bldgr; Tel 148. 
Azbill Wilson K Rev, h 390 Ash. 



B B Wire Fence Co, Charles W Bridges 
mngr, lOO Kentucky av. 

Baade, see alsO' Bade and Bader. 

Baade Henry F, blksmith, h 65 Germania 
av (H.) 

Baar, see also Bahr, Barr, Bayer, Behr, 
Beyer and Byers. 

Baar Bernard J, carver, b 74 Fulton. 

Baar George B, bartndr, b 74 Fulton. 

Baar Gerhard L, foreman, h 731 S Meridian. 

Baar Joseph B, tailor, h 74 Fulton. 

Baar Joseph C, framemkr, b 731 S Meri- 
dian. 

Baar Leo A, uphlr, b 74 Fulton. 

Baar Wm B, elk H Coe & Co, b 731 S Mer- 
idian. 

Baas, see also Bass. 

Baas Charles F, woodcarver, h 953 S Mer- 
idian. 



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Baas Henry Wm, music 

Baas James W, lab, h 138 Forest av. I 

Baase, see also Basey and Boese. 
Baase Charles G, elk, h 138 Dunlop. 
Baase ChrisUan C, driver, h 24 Hendricks. 
Baase Elizabeth (wid Henry), b 320 Chest- I 

nut. 
Baase Henry C, mach, h 244 Union. i 

Baase Henry L, driver, h 320 Chestnut. I 

Baase Herman, mach, b 14 Hendricks. , 

Baase Wm, molder, r 42 S Tennessee. 
Baase Wm F, barber, 642 S Meridian, h 320 I 

Chestnut. i 

Baaske Charles T, saloon, 183 Mass av, h I 

same. ' 

Baaske Gustave, bartender, b 183 Mass av. 
Babb Laura V, teacher P S No 11, b 621 N , 

Tennessee. 
Babbitt Franklin, carp, h 38 S Belmont av. 

(W I). 
Babbitt Minnie, b 73 Pleasant. ' 

Babbitt Obannon, carp, h e s S Sheffield av 

2 s of Morris (W I). 
Babbitt Wm W, driver, h N Sheffield av 

(W 1). 
Babcock Adrian, cigarmkr, h 289V4 Mass 

Babcock Albert, b 60 Oak. 

Babcock Charles B, elk The Indpls Journal, 

b 244 College av. 
Babcock Edward E, trav agt, h 244 College 






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Babcock Frank H, 

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Babcock Frederick W, carp, h 02 Hoyt av. 
Babcock Josephine (wid Wm M), h 60 Oak. 
Babcock Wm, civil engr, b 26 Ft Wayne av. 
Baber Adin (A Baber & Co), h Kansas, 111. 
Baber A & Co (Adin Baber, .Fames B and 

Charles W Sedwick, Edwin and Benjamin 

O Nichols, John R Wilhite), live stock com, 

Union stockyards. 
Baber Wm G, printer Indpls News, b 96 N 

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Bach Casper, h w s S Meridian 1 s of Belt 

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, Bach Ellen, h 22 Hutchlngs blk. 
, Bach Frank, cook, h 167 E South. 
I Bach Leon, tailor, h 60 W Merrill. 
; Bacher Herman, bartender, h 270^ W Wash- 
ington. 
I Bachi Henry, molder, h 180 Belmont av (H). 
Bachman, see also Beckman. 
Bachman Bernard, gardener, h 865 Madison 

av. 
Bachman Frederick M, propr The Electric 
Heat Regulating Co of Indiana, and lum- 
ber mnfr s e cor Madison av and L.lncoln 
la, h 670 N Meridian. 
Bachman John U, lab, h 814 S East. 
BACHMAN VA1,ENTINE, Flonr Mill cor 
Madisou av and Kayj Tel 1003: li 
387 Union. 
Bachmann Frederick, porter, r 154 W Wash- 
ington 
Back Fredericka C (wid Clements), h 94 S 



Backemeyer, see also Bakemeler. 

Backmeyer Henry, gardener, h Madison rd 
nr Southside. 

Backus Charles, engr, b 18 Miley av. 

Backus Mary (wid Thomas), h 215 Dough- 
erty. 

Backus Victor M, h 775 N Meridian. 

Bacon Duncan T, mngr Indiana Car Serv- 
ice Association, h 200 N Illinois. 

Bacon Edgar H, phys, 389 Virginia av, h 
220 S East. 

Bacon Eliza J (wid Ellsha W), b 478 Broad- 
way. 

Bacon George, maoh hd, b 63 Germania av 
(H). 

Bacon Jennie, bkkpr, h 236 N Illinois. 

Bacon John, tailor, b 121 Walcott. 

Bacon John L, blksmith, h 243 Alvord. 

Bacon Mary E (wid Wm M), h 236 N Illi- 
nois. 

Bacon Robert D, merchant police, b 236 N 

Madison av. 



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Bacon Wm T, trav agt, h 424 College av. 
Bade, see also Baade and Bader. 
Bade Alonzo, lab, r 249% S Tennessee. 
Bade Christina L, (wid Anthony F), h 209 S 

Bade Emma I (wid Charles), b 266 E Ohio. 
Bade George C, elk, h 209 S Alabama. 
Bade Henry C, elk, Charles J. Kuhn & Co, 



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Bade Henry F, checkman, h 163 E South. 
Bade Wm F, supt Central Transfer Co, h 

338 S New Jersey. 
Baden Charles N, collr Pabst Brewing Co, 

h 471 S Illinois. 
Bader, see also Baade and Bade. 
Bader Anna D (wid Frank L), h 665 N Ten- 
nessee. 
Bader Edward W, mach hd, h 45 Fenne- 

man. 
Bader Jacob, barber 310 E Washington, h 

314 same. 
Bader John, brewer, h 59 Downey. 
Bader Wra, piano tuner George C Pearson, 

h e s Sherman's drive 1 n of Ohio. 
Bader Wm H, elk, b 666 N Tennessee. 
Badger Albert, barber, b 79 Norwood. 
Badger Charles H, elk, h 170 E Michigan. 
Badger Edward, lab, h 79 Norwood. 
Badger John W, carver, b 88 Hadley av 

(W I). 
Badger Sarah (wid Wm), b 79 Norwood. 
Badger Theodore, h 88 Hadley av (W I). 
Badger Wm E, mach hd, b 88 Hadley av 

(W I). 
Badinghouse Benjamin, lab, b 34 Agnes. 
Baehning Charles, lab, b 214 Union. 
Baer James H, messenger, b 98 Bates. 
Bagby Benjamin D, elk r m s, h 289 Blake. 
Baggerly Charles W, cigar mfgr 20V4 N 

Delaware, h 254 Alvord. 
Baggett John, lab, h 237 W Pearl. 
Baggett John J, lab, r 239 W Washington. 
Baggot John, peddler, h 82 Patterson. 
Baggot John B, lab, b 82 Patterson. 
Baggott Patrick, lab, h rear 291 W Mary- 

Baggott Thomas, grocer 479 W Michigan, h 
477 same. 

Baggs Charles A, mnfrs agt 23 W Mary- 
land, h 10 B 7th. 

Baggs Frederick, mngr Indpls Clearing 
House Assn, h 548 N Tennessee. 

Baggs Thomas B, elk, b 548 N Tennessee. 

Bagley Alta (wid Wm R), h SSVa Russell av. 

Bagley Frank J, asst trav auditor Big Four, 
r 270 N Delaware. 

Bagley Wm R, carp, h 331 E New York. 

Bagley Wm T, trav agt, r SSVa Russell av. 

Bagnelle Alfaretta, h 388 N Alabama. 

Bahr, see also Baar, Barr, Bayer, Be(hr, 
Beyer and Byers. 

Bahr Max A, student, h 572 E Washington. 

Bahr Paul, music teacher, 572 E Washing- 
ton; h same. 

Bahre Peter, iron worker, b 146 Michi- 
gan (H). 

Bailey Albert, cook, h 134 N Penn. 

Bailey Alice, creamery, 309 N West ; h same. 

Bailey Allen H, actor, h 309 N West 

Bailey Andrew J (Bailey & Bailey), h 54 S 
Williams (W I). 

Bailey Charles, lab, h 96 Hiatt (W V). 

Bailey Charles, painter, r 18 Braden blk. 

Bailey Charles, waiter, r 179 W 7th. 

Bailey Charles E, carp, b 373 Orange. 

Bailey Charles F, carp, h 95 Woodbum av 
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Bailey Charles H, expressman, h 372 Lin- 
coln av. 

Bailey Charles M, lab, h 120 Maple. 

Bailey Charles W, driver, b 309 N West. 

Bailey Dock, lab, h 370 Lincoln av. 

Bailey Edward, h 76 Springfield. 

Bailey Fanny, janitor, r 9 Columbia blk. 

Bailey Frank G, bkkpr, h 176 W IVIichigan. 

Bailey Frank M, contr. 213 Howard (W I); 
h same. 

Bailey Frank P, condr, h 103 Nordyke av 
(W IV 

Bailey Frank P, vice-pres L W Ott Mnfg 
Co. h 1030 N Tennessee. 

Bailey Frederick, lab, b r 366 Archer. 

Bailey Frederick W, bkkpr Grand Hotel, 
b same. 

Bailey George, expressman, h 166 Tandes. 

Bailey George W (Bailey & BaUey), h 1536 
N Meridian. 

Bailey Grant U, lab, h 11 Leota. 

BalUjy Harry, lab, b 265V4 N New Jersey. 

Bailey Harry U, lather, h 136 Eureka av. 

Bailey Henry, tmstr, b 4th and Lafayette 

Bailey Henry F, blksmith, h 56 Ludlow la. 
Bailey Jacob, lab, b 179 W 7th. 
Bailey James, foreman, r 444 E Ohio. 
Bailey James, Janitor, h 270 W Court. 
Bailey James F, blksmith, b 5 Traub av. 
Bailey James L, grocer, 326 Olive, h 328 

Bailey John, porter, h 179 W 7th. 
Bailey John H, cooper, h 218 S New Jersey. 
Bailey John H, driver, 505 Central av. 
Bailey John M (Bailey & Bailey), h 222 

Walcott. 
Bailey John R, auctioneer, b Roosevelt 

House. 
Bailey John W, truckman, h 56 Michigan 



(W I.) 

Bailey Laura A (wid John) h e s Auburn 
av 1 n of Pleasant Run. 

Bailey Leon O (Kem & Bailey), Deputy 
Attorney-genl, 19 State House, b Grand 
Hotel. 

Bailey Lewis, lab, h rear 366 Archer. 

Bailey Lewis I, elk, h rear 368 Archer. 

Bailey L Foster, cornice wks, 172 N Ten- 
nessee, h 715 same. 



Bailey Mary H (wid Alvln L), h 130 David- 
son. 

Bailey Maud (wid Albert), h rear 134 N 
Penn. 

Bailey Monroe W, plastr, h 411 E Pearl. 

Bailey Oliver E, tinner, b 120 Maple. 

Bailey Oscar, carp, b 247 Prospect. 

Bailey Phoebe (wid John A), b 95 Woodburn 
av (W I). 

Bailey Richard T, fireman, h 5 Traub av. 

Bailey Robert, b 769y2 N Tennessee. 

Bailey Robert T, lab, r 85 W 6th. 

Bailey R Owen, h 340 N Meridian. 

Bailey Steward W, tmstr, h 373 Orange. 

Bailey Van, lab, h 182 Lee (W I). 

Bailey Warren, lab, h 184 Lee (W 1). 

Bailey Wiley, lab, h 77 Columbia al. 

Bailey Wm E (Bailey & Bailey), h 328 S 
Olive.. 

Bailey Wm S, coUr, b 219 W Michigan. 

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Bailey & Bailey (John M and Wm E), law- 
yers, 901^ B Market. 

Bailie Hamilton, coal, rear 148 S West, h 
606 W Vermont. 

Bailie Robert, tmstr, h 113 Patterson. 

Bailie Samuel F, tmstr, h 18 Hadley. 

Bailiff Daniel W, h e s N Meridian 1 n of 
30th. 

Bailiff Winthrop A, dairy, w s N Penn 1 
n of 30th, h same. 

Bain Andrew J, lab, h 832 W Washington. 

B&in David Z, blksmith, h 123 Lexington av. 

Bain Harry C, asst claim elk Central States 
Dispatch, b 127 E St Joseph. 

Bain James E, trav agt, h 127 E St Joseph. 

Bain John R, bkkpr C J Gardner, h 90 Oli- 
ver av (W I). 

Bain J Karl, elk, b 14 Union. 

Bain Kate C, tel opr, b 14 Union. 

Bain Phoebe A (wid John I), h 14 Union. 

Bain Wm S, grocer, 301 N Pine, h same. 

Eainaka Louis G, lab, h e s Holmes av 2 s of 
Grand View av (H). 

Bainbridge James, turner, b 82 Michigan av 

Bambridge Lucien, lab, h rear 148 Randolph 

Bainbridge Mahlon S, plastr, h 82 Michigan 

Baine Collins E, photog, 284 E Washington 

h 119% Meek. 
Baine Jeiinle E (wid Thomas), h 134 Doug- 
lass. 
Baine Ralph H, plumber, b 134 Douglass. 
Baine Thomas W, fireman, h 21 Detroit av 
Bair Priscilla (wid David), b 29 W Vermont. 
Baird, see also Beard. 
Baird Edgar, porter, h 14 Ellen. 
Baird Jennie (wid Hugh), h 30 Elder av. ti /< 
Baird Jeremiah, poiter, b 14 Ellen. 2.W ^f 

Baird John C, bkkpr The Bowen-Merrill S » r" 

Co, h 1208 N Illlncis. g-^- ' 

BAIRD JOHN \V, Lawyer 10 1-2 

AVashlnerton, li 33 Cbrlstian av. 
Baird John W, pressman, b 62 S Arsenal o.,. r-_, _ 
Baird Margaret (wid Wm), b 721 N Illinois. ' w O 
Baird Nancy J, b 1067 N Tennessee. Om O 

Baird Nellie R (wid Joseph), h 577 Ash. B5. « 



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Baird Samuel P, lab, h 62 S Arsenal av. 

Baird Sarah A, attendant Insane Hospital. 

Baird Wm, helper, b 62 S Arsenal av. 

Baist John J, mach, h 18 Warman av (H) 

Baity H Reuben, lab, h 36 Russell av. 

Bake John F, huckster, h 54 Bismark. 

Bakemeier, see also Backemeyer. 

Bakemeler Andrew H, tinner, 3S5 Indiana 
av, h 334 Spring. 

Bakemeier Charles P, trav agt Charles 
Mayer & Co, h 475 Virginia av. 

Bakemeier Emma (E & M Bakemeier). h 
475 Virginia av. 

Bakemeier E & M (Emma & Mary), dress- 
makers, 475 Virginia av. 

Bakemeier Mary (E & M Bakemeier), b 475 
Virginia av. 

Bakemeier Mary (wid Henry), h 475 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Bakemeyer Charles, drayman J. C. Perry & 



Perry & Co, h 235 Union. 
Bakemeyer Henry C, trav agt, h 552 S. 

Illinois. 
Bakemeyer Henry E, lab, h 41 Bradshaw. 
Baker, see also Bacher, Becker and 

Boecher. 
Baker Aaron C. lab, h w s Hazel, 4 s of 

Bloyd av. 
Baker Albert (Baker & Daniels), h 760 N 

Penn. 
Baker Albert W, elk, b s w cor Washington 

& Harrison (Mt. J). 
Baker Alfred N, elk, b 176 E Walnut. 
Baker Alma, millinery 214 E Washington, 

h same. 
Baker Arena (wid John N), b Prospect-st 

add. 
Baker Arthur J, carp, b 24 Moore av. 
Baker Braxton, pres Standard Savings and 

Loan Assn, h 372 Park av. 
Baker Carl, elk, b Illinois nr St Joe. 
Baker Carlton J (Heitman & Baker), b 

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Baker Charles, lab, h 130 Agnes. 
Baker Charles, lab, h rear 612 N West 
Baker Charles, porter, r 27i^ Kentucky av. 
Baker Charles, pub, h 81 Highland pi. 
Baker Charles E. lab, h 29 Bloomington. 
Baker Charles P, braakeman, h 123 Dillon 
Baker Charles S, brakeman, b 559 E Wash- 
ington. 
Baker Charlotte P (wld Conrad), h 350 

Park av. 
Baker Clarence I elk, b 229 N Noble. 
Baker David M, foreman, h 367 Blake. 
Baker Dickson, roofer, r 21% Mass av. 
Baker Donnie, h 149 Hadley av (W I.) 
Baker Doras J, grocer n s Washington 

(M J), h same. 
Baker Edgar A, elk, b 188 S Mississippi. 
Baker Edgar J, tinner 814 E Washington, 

h 140 W Vermont. 
Baker Edward E, musician, b 551 Bellefon- 

taine. 
Baker Edward H, waiter, r 142 Blackford. 
Baker Edward S. printer Indpls News, r 

37% W Washington. 
Baker Elizabeth (wid Henry), b 15 Elliott. 
Baker Elizabeth, dressmkr, 29 Hutchings 

blk, h same. 
Baker Ellen, cook, h 218 Indiana av. 
Baker Elmer C, carp, h 32 Marion av (W 

Baker Elmer E, varnishmkr, h 33 Grant 

Baker Emmett R, restaurant, 26S E Wash- 
ington, h same. 

Baker Prances G (wid Thomas), b 32 Mar- 
ion av (W I). 

BakerPrank, carp, h n s Howland av 1 e 
of Harrison av. 

Baker Frank, lab, h 956 S East. 

Baker George B H, gasfitter, b 551 Belle- 
fontaine. 

Baker George C, brakeman, h 204 S Pine. 

Baker George S, lab, h 30 N Harding (W I). 

Baker George W, lather, h w s Pawpaw 4 
n of Femway. 

Baker George W, watchman, h 209 W Mc- 
carty. 

Baker Georgia, dressmkr, 37% W Washing- 
ton, h same. 

Baker Hannah J, artist, b 551 Bellefon- 
taine. 

Baker Hattie (wid Robert), h 25 Centre. 

Baker Henry W, lab, h 438 S State av. 

Baker Homer, painter, r 481/3 S Tennessee. 

Baker Jacob, cigarmnfg, 195 Virginia av, 
h 371/2 W Market. 

Baker Jacob P, driver H Lieber Co, b 117 
Lincoln la. 

Baker James, lab, b cor Station and Glen 
Drive (B). 

Baker James, rstaurant, 555 Virginia av, h 

Bakerjames G, carp, h 211 E Washington. 

Baker James G, carp, b 443 W 2d. 

Baker James L, barber, r 155 E Ohio. 

Baker James N, lab, h 10 Warman av (H). 

Baker James P, lawyer, 33 Vance Blk, h 109 
Central av. 

Baker Jennie (wid Henry), h 19 Columbia al. 

Baker Jesse A, musician, h 214 E Washing- 
ton. 

Baker Jessie A (wid Sherman), b 153 Bates. 

Baker Joel A, county assessor 35 court. 
house, h 259 River av (W I). 

Baker John, elk r m s, h 23 Ruckle. 

Baker John, lab, b 19 Columbia al. 

Baker John, lab, h 21 Mill. 

Baker John, trav agt, r 96 N Alabama. 



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Baker John C, cigarmkr, b 67 Oliver av 
(W I). 

Baker John H, carp, h 229 N Noble. 

Baker John H, judge U S District Court, 
P O bldg, b The Denison. 

Baker John M, gasfltter, b 551 Bellefontaine. 

Baker John M, supt Central Union Tele- 
phone Co, h 134 N Meridian. 

Baker John P, carp, h 1094 E Ohio. 

Baker Joseph, butcher, h 107 Malott av. 

Baker Joseph, lab, b 1867 E Washington. 

Baker Joeph D. lab, h 903 S Meridian. 

Baker Joseph F, mngr Baker Overall Co, 
h 177 College av. 

Baker Joseph H, lab, h Prospect st add. 

Baker Joseph T, h 33 Grant. 

Baker Julia B, h 120 W Maryland. 

Baker Lannes B, painter, r 103 W South. 

Baker Louis C, elk r m s, r 40 S Tennessee. 

Baker Lucy (wid John), h 169 Elizabeth. 

Baker Margaret (Baker & Hartbeck), b 
365V^ S East 

Baker Mary (wid Charles C), h 361 Cornell 

Baker Mary (wid Ulysses G), b 235 E Ver- 
mont. 

Baker Mattie E, music teacher, 229 N No- 
ble; h same. 

Baker Milledge A, fireman, h o s Pawpaw 
2 n of Fernway. 

Baker Nancy, attendant Indpls Public 
Library, b 336 Park av. 

Baker Nancy (wid George W), h 187 Brook- 
side av. 

Baker Obadiah, brick, 185 W 7th, h e s 
Catharine 1 s Bloyd av. 

Baker Ollie, h 220% S Meridian. 

Baker Omer G, driver, b 229 N Noble. 

Baker Overall Co, John W DeBusk propr, 
Joseph F Baker mngr, 292 Mass av. 

Baker Pearson E, painter, h 72 Laurel. 
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Baker Richard, lab, h 299 Columbia av. 
Baker Richard M, bkkpr, h 176 E Walnut. 
Baker Robert A, grocer, Putnam and Shade 

(B); h Putnam and Lawn (B). 
Baker Rosa (wid Santiago), h 472 W New 

York. 
Baker Rose, dressmkr, 29 Hutchings blk; h 

same. 
Baker Sarah M (wid Edward P), b 29 Bloom- 

ington. 
Baker Scott, bartender, h 554 B Ohio. 
Baker Sophia H (wid Stephen H), h 551 

Bellefontaine. 
Baker Sophia W, noUons, 184 Blake; h 472 

W New York. 
Baker Thaddeus R, bkkpr Indpls Water Co, 

b 350 Park av. 
Baker Thomas, lab, b 375 Union. 
Baker Thomas C, carp, h 577 E 7Ui. 
Baker Thomas J, carriagemkr, h s s Rock 

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Baker Thomas M, elk The Gordon-Kurtz 

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Baker Thomas O, trav agt, r 11 Franklin 

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Baker Thornton T, butcher, b 85 Bradshaw. 
Baker Vincent, lab, b 577 E 7th. 
Baker Virginia B, artist, b 551 Bellefon- 

Baker,' Wm, agt, b 132 W Ohio. i 

Baker Wra, driver, h 254 W 5th. 

Baker Wra, lab, b 618 N West. 

Baker Wm, raach, h 361 Cornell av. 

Baker Wm, packer, b Prospect st addtin. I 

Baker Wm, tinner, b 449 Union. 

Baker Wm, trav ELgt The Indpls News 32 
W Washington. i 

Baker Wm E, agt, h 24 Moore av. 

Baker Wm H, propr Enterprise Hotel, h , 
191 N Delaware. 

Baker Wm L (Baker & Thornton), h 440 ' 
Park av. 

Baker Wm L, elk, b 495 Broadway. 

Baker Wm M, bottler, b 229 N Noble. 

Baker Wm M. mach hd, b 447 Union. 

Baker Wm W (Blair & Baker), h 1496 N 
Illinois. 

Baker Winfield S, bartender, h 554 E Ohio. 

BAKER & DANIELS (Albert Baker. 
EdTvard Daniels), Lawyers 23 1-2 S 
Penn. 

Baker & Hartbeck (Margaret Baker, Em- 
ma Hartbeck), millinery, 368 S East. 

BAKER & THORNTON (Wm L Baker 
Henry C TUornton), Stationers, 
Blank Book Mntrs, Printers and 
School Goods 3S S Meridian; Tel 
1777. ; 

Balcom Otis J, ins agt, h 147 Dougherty. 

Baldinger Gustav, lab, h 31 McGlnnis. 

Baldock Wm S, carp, h 20 Oxford. 

Baldridge Jane (wid Charles), h 114 Roa- 
noke. 

Baldridge Julia (wid George), (Shea & Bald- 
ridge), h W Udell (N I). 

Baldus Frank, engr, h Brightwood av (B). 



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Have 70ur Plumbing remodeled end modern- 
ized b; na. We t.te the lead Id that 
claae ol work. 

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js George F, lab, b Brlghtwood av (B). 
IS John J, mach, b Brlghtwood av (B), 
IS Joseph, saloon, 248 N Noble, h same. 
IS Paul H A, driver, b Brlghtwood 



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CQ 0) Baldwin Amos J, fireman, h 289 Huron. 
,_ — Baldwin Benjamin, lab, li w s Berlin av, 1 
Q^9 n of 20th. 

■ ■ ■ Baldwin Benjamin jr, lab, b w s Berlin av, 
■™™ 1 n of 20th. 

^■^ Baldy/in Celia (wid Alexander), h 51 Rhode 
^^^^ Island. 

^^C Baldwin Dwight H, (D H Baldwin & Co), 
i^_aB h Cincinnati, O. 

QC BALDWIN D H <& CO (Dwlglit H Bald- 
T^Z^^ TTin. Lncien VVulstn, George W Arm- 
CXh Mtruiii;, Albert A VanBnren, Clarence 
^M^ WulMin), Pianos and Orsans US to 
™ ■■ «!> N Penn. 

^^^} Baldwin Ebenezer B, engr, h n e cor Gale 
and Brinkman (B). 

Baldwin Edward S, lab, b 321 S Delaware. 

Baldwin Ella J (wid James), h 483 Lafay- 



Bald 



George, sewer Insp, b 184 E Ver- 



BaldH in Green, lab, h 198 Archer. 

Baldwin Isaac D, district passenger agt L 
N A & C Ry, 26 S Illinois, h 527 Park av. 

Baldwin James, lab, h s s Michigan av 5 e 
of Belt Ry. 

Baldwin James H, office 96V^ E Market, h 
3S5 N Penn. 

Baldwin Jennie (wid John), boarding, 78 S 
West. 

Baldwin Jesse, brakeman, h 35 Tacoma av. 

Baldwin Josephine, r 34 Insurance Blk. 

Baldwin Lewis L, postal elk, r 181 E South. 

Baldwin Lincoln, lab, b 256 Fayette. 

Baldwin Margaret, teacher, b 395 N Penn. 

BALDWIN, MILLER & CO (Silas Bald- 
win, Enriane C Miller, W^m Llnder), 
Wholesale Watches, Clocks and 
Jewelry 1 to 3 Condit Blk, 17 S 
Meridian. 



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Baldwin Murray L, elk N T Store, h 265 N 

Noble. 
Baldwin Robert, waiter, r 254 W 6th. 
Baldwin Silas (Baldwin, Miller & Co), h 

440 N Meridian. 
Baldwin Stephen, lab, h 46 Jones. 
Baldwin Thomas, lab, h 1373 N Tennessee. 
Baldwin Thomas L, mach, h 83 Gillard av. 
Baldwin Wm, lab, h e s Indpls av 2 n of 

Fall creek. 
Baldwin Wm R, lab, h n s Michigan av 1 e 

of Belt Ry. 
Bales Arthur, brakeman, h e s Gale 2 n of 

Glen Drive (B.) 
Bales Bert B, elk, b 1105 N Mississippi. 
Bales Otho D, salesman The When, b 472 

N Alabama. 
Bales Walter, brakeman, b s s Pendleton 

av (B.) 
Bales Wm, carp, h 289% Mass av. 
Bales Wm P, elk, h 1105 N Mississippi. 
Balfe, see also Balph. 

Balfe Vitalis C (wid John), h 350 E Morris. 
Balfour Alexander C, produce 17 B Mkt 

House, h 124 Highland pi. 
Balfour James M (J M Balfour & Co), h 34 

School. 
BALFOUR J M & CO (James M Bal- 

fonr), Creamery and Wholesale Ole- 

oniargrerine 91 N DelavFare; Tel 172. 
Balfour Wm, with J M Balfour & Co, b 87 

N Delaware. 
Balk Wm A, letter carrier P O, h 233 W 

South. 
Balke Charles R (Balke & Krauss), h 278 

N Mississippi. 
Balke Louisa (wid Charles), b 278 N Mlssis- 

slppL 
BALKE & KRAUSS (Charles R Balke, 

Bmma C Kranss), Coal, Lime, Sash, 

Doors and Blinds cor Market and 

Missouri; Tel lOSl. (See bottom 

lines.) 
Ball Addison W, phys 132 Columbia av, h. 

same. 
Ball Albert J, elk r m s, h 130 W New York. 
Ball Charles T, condr.r 119 S Illinois. 
Ball Cora, h 179 W Vermont. 
Ball Edward C, trav agt, h 236 Douglass. 
Ball Ellen (wid Wm), h 172 Blackford. 
Ball Ellen C (wid Abram), h 244 Central av. 
Ball Prank, lab, h 192 Agnes. 
Ball George, painter, h 172 Blackford. 
Ball George A, painter, h 127 N Liberty. 
Ball James C, packer, h 11 Douglass. 
Ball James K, lab, h 229 S West. 
Ball Jeremiah, hostler, r 40 Cleveland blk. 
Ball John, expressman, h 355y2 S Tennessee. 
Ball John C, shoemkr, h 154 Madison av. 
Ball John E, tel opr, h 126 W New York. 
Ball John P, shoe cutter, r 121/2 N Delaware. 
Ball John S, driver, h w s James 5 s Brink- 
man (B). 
Ball Lewis H, shoemkr, 301 W Washington, 

h 279 same. 
Ball Mav, bkkpr. b 124 E Ohio. 
Ball Nathaniel, elk, h 207% Indiana av. 
Ball Orlow B. route agt, h 17 Hoyt av. 
Ball Rinaldo L, polisher, b 223 N Noble. 
Ball Samuel N, elk, b 279 W Washington. 
Ball Walter P, painter, b 127 N Liberty. 
Ball Wm T, driver, h 55 Ellen. 
Ballanger, tee also Ballenger. 
Ballanger Carl C, sec. h 379 W 2nd. 
Eallard Austin, engraver, h 52 Bellefon*- 



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Ballard Charles J, contr 311 W Pearl, h 

Ballard Charles S, carp, h 3 Bristol Blk. 
Ballard Ellen, teacher, b 333 W 2nd. 
Ballard Frank O Rev, pastor Memorial 

Presbyterian Church, h 401 Ash. 
Ballard G€-crge, carp, h Reynolds av (H). 
Ballard George, lab, h 75 Chapel. 
Ballard George C, b 293 N Meridian. 
Ballard Granville M, real estate 17 Talbott 

Blk, h 293 N Meridian. 
Ballard Harrison W (Ballard & Richard), 

h 287 N Meridian. 
Ballard Harry C, elk, h 152 Dougherty. 
Ballard Harry E, carp, b Reynolds av (H). 
Ballard Henry, lab, h w s Caroline 3 s of 

Brinkman. 
Ballard Isaac N, painter, b 25 Helen. 
Eallara Jan es H, stone cutter, h 38 Henry. 
Ballard James W, barber 12S Michigan (H), 



Ballard Jesse, painter, h w s Rural 2 s of 
E Wtishington. 

Ballard John, cigarmkr, b 309 W Pearl. 

Ballard John C, policeman, h 333 W 2nd. 

Ballard John H, tearastr, h w s Centennial 
2 s of Brookside av. 

Ballard John T, policeman, h 165 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Ballard John W, carp, h 135 Kin^ av (H). 

Ballard Joseph, electrician, r 70 W South. 

Ballard Joseph H, phys 368 Mass av, h 106 

Ballard judson, lab, h 63 Ludlow la. 
Ballard Levi C, elk, h 1059 N Mississippi. 
Ballard Nancy A (wid Wm), h 307^2 N West. 
Ballard Nellie, princ P S No 2 (H), b 333 



Spann 

Ballard Thomas, porter, h 47 Hosbrook. 
Ballard Walter M. elk Pahnley & McCrea, 

h 328 Ash. ^ 

BALLARD WM H, Ice Cream Manafac- 
tnrer 102 N Delaware; Tel 410; b. 86 
E Ohio. 

Ballard Wm P, advertising agt, 13 Journal 
bldg, h 134 Cornell av. 

Ballard Wilson C, b 1025 W Washington. 

Ballard & Richard (Harrison W Ballard, 
Jesse M Richard), broom mnfrs 115 N 
Alabama. 

Ballenger, see also Ballanger. 

Ballenger Charles, helper, b 179 N Ala- 
bama. 

Ballenger Elizabeth (wid James) b 28 Bel- 
mont av (H). 

Ballenger B Carrie, teacher Kindergarten 
School No 6, b 155 N Illinois. 

Ballenger Jennie L (wid Charles B), h 530 
College av. 

Ballenger Luke H, carp, h 305 Blake. 

Ballenger Walter S, bkkpr State Bank of 
Indiana, b 530 College av. 

Ballenger Wm. carp, h 151 Pendleton av. 

Balles Frank S, barkpr, b 525 N Mississippi. 

Ballinger Elijah M, carp 181 W Wabash, h 
76 Yandes. 

Ballinger Jennie (wid Jesse), h 287 Christian 

Ballngger John W, lab, h e s Brightwood 

av 2 n Willard (B). 
Ballinger Marion F, carp, h 42 Yandes. 
Ballinger Wm W, carp, h 124 Brookside av. 



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Ballinger Winston, motorman, h 235 S No- P 

ble. "^ 

Ballmann Ernest, chairmkr, h 868 S Mer- ^ 

BALIiMANN JOHN H, House, Sign and > 
Fresco Painter SO and S2 B Mary- CO 
land, U 426 N Nctv Jersey. -4 

Ballmyer Jennie (wid Fred), music teacher, JI 
b 53V4 Central av. ?> 

Ballnow Christopher, lab, h 123 Cobum. S 

Ballou Pardon D, dentist, h 311 N Alabama. 

Ballou Frank A, piano tuner, b 136 N Penn. 

Hallow George F, comp, h 306 S Illinois. 

Ballweg Alfred E, framemkr, h 37 Sullivan. 

Ballweg Amelia (wid Ambrose), h 171 Madi- 
son av. 

Ballweg Charles F, frames 109 E Wash- 
ington, h 171 Madison av. 

Ballweg Frederick W (Ballweg & Co), r 
15 N Meridian. 

Ballweg Louis E, foreman, b 15 N Meri- 
dian. 

BALLWEG & CO (Frederick W Ball- 
wegr, ^Vm Bllzurd), Box Mnfrs cor 
AVilklns and Pognes Run; Tel 903. 

Balph, see also Balte. 

Balph Julia (wid Benjamin), h E McLane 
(N I). 

Bals Anthony, h 702 N Illinois. __ 

Bals Anthony H, elk Kipp Bros Co, b 702 N i* 
Illinois. ^ 

Bals Christian F, h 950 N Tennessee. ^ 

Bals Gustav, painter, r 2 Moody Blk, 

Bals Henry C G, depty elk Marion County, mg 
h 210 College av. "^ 

Bals Henry F, elk Kipp Bros Co, b 702 N 

Balsbrou'gh H Whewell. acting cashr Equit- • 

able Life Assurance Society of the U S, b g, 

275 N Meridian. • S 

Balser, see also Bolser. w- 

Balser Charles R, baker, h 229 Charles. ra 

Baltimore & Ohio Ex Co, Caleb S Phillips gg^ 

agt, 15 B Washington. • c 

Baiting Herman, flour 22 S Alabama, h 547 S8C 

E Vermont. ^x 



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Hodela and 11 Experimentiil 
Patterns. || IHachinerf. 
Articles Manufactured for 

the Trade. 
Dranlngi and Bine Prints 

made. 

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Tin, Iron and Slate Roofing, Skylights, Ventila- 
tors, Corrugated Iron and Paneled SteelCeil- 
ings and Sheet Metal Work of all kinds. 
106 AND 108 South Pennsylvania St. 

TELEPHONE 1118. 



Balz Charles P, electrician Indpls Dist Tel 
Co, h 509 N Mississippi. 

Balz Christina (wid Peter), b 398 N West. 

Balz Frederick, grocer 400 N West, h 398 
same. 

Balz Frederick G. elk Indpls Dist Tel Co, b 
509 N Mississippi. 

Balz John F, elk Lilly & Stalnaker, b 398 N 
West. 

Balz John M, butcher, b 72 W 9th. 

Balz Peter, meat market 60 W 7th, h 72 W 
9th. 

Balz Peter P, elk, b 72 W 9th. 

Balz Philip, elk, h 609 N Mississippi. 

Barabei John, lab, b 23 Vinton. 

Bamberger, see also Bombarger. 

Bamberger Edwin B, page Superior Court 
r 3, b 321 N Alabama. 

BAMBERGER HERHIAIV. Mgp New VorU 
Hat Co, U 331 N Alabama. 

Bamberger Isaac, elk New fork Hat Co, b 
5 Ft WajTie av. 

Bandemann Albert, lab, h 322 Columbia av. 

Bandiver Benjamin F, h 252 River av (W I). 

Bandy Haskell R, polisher, h 319 Pendleton 
av. 

Bandy James E, motorman, h 138 Highland 
pi. 

Bandy John W, lab, h e s Delaware 2 n of 
17th. 

Bandy Wm E, b 26 S West. 

Banes Henry C, elk r m s, h 140 E New 
York. 

Banion Benjamin, hostler, h 3021,4 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

BANK OF COMMERCE, N T DePanw 
Pres, John W Ray Vlce-Pres, Wm 
Bosson Caslir, Bank of Commerce 
Bids, s e cor Vlrgrlnia av and Penn; 
Tel 368. 

Banke, see also Behnke. 

Banke Frederick H, mach, b 218 S Olive. 

Banke John H, carp, h 218 S Olive. 

Bankett Mary (wid Theophilus), b 86 Co- 
lumbia av. 



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Bankett Theodore, coachman, 272 N Penn. 
Banks Adeline (wid Anderson), h 363 W 

Pearl. 
Banks Albert, barkpr, h 445 N California. 
Banks Arma E, h 326 W 2nd. 
Banks Budd, lab, b 210 W Ohio. 
Banks Charles, lab, b 40 Rhode Island. 
Banks Edward, lab, h 239 Elizabeth. 
Banks Elmira (wid Alvin), b 324 Orange. 
Banks Emma (wid John), b 226 W Vermont. 
Banks Floyd, lab, b 326 W 2nd. 
Banks Harry E, lab, h 133 Columbia av. 
Banks Irvin, steward Marion Club. 
Banks Isaiah, lab, b 210 W Ohio. 
Banks Isaiah, lab, h 119 Newman. 
Banks James, lab, h 204 Middle. 
Banks James H, candymkr, b 1781/4 Indiana. 

av. 
Banks John, lab, h 254 W 5th. 
Banks John, waiter, r 163 Bird. 
Banks John W, lab, h 556 W North. 
Banks Morris, porter, b 37 McNabb. 
Banks Oliver J, agt, b rear 75 W Georgia. 
Banks Reuben, lab, b 269 N West. 
Banks Samuel, waiter, b 1 Susquehanna. 
Banks Warren, lab, b 80 Chapel. 
Banks Wm, hostler, b 507 Park av. 
Banks Wm, lab, b 136% Agnes. 
Banks Wm, lab, h 115 W 4th. 
Banks Wyatt, porter, h 103 W 4th. 
Banner Moses, lab, h Dayton av (I). 
Banner Rudolph, r 26 S Missouri. 
Banning Jacob, h e s Foundry 7 n of Wil- 
low. ^^ 
Banning James H, ins, h University av (I). 
Bannister Edward, lab, h Gent (N I). 
Bannister Wm E, lab, h 7 Gent (N I). 
Bannister Wm N, coremkr, b 39 Beacon. 
Bannon Andrew, molder, h 264 Cobum. 
Bannon Edward, lab, r 249^4 S Tennessee. 
Bannon George (Bannon & Co), h 206 

Dougherty. 
Bannon Michael, driver, b 186 Virginia av. 
Bannon Michael J, elk, h 31 Vinton. 
BANNON & CO (Geopge Dannon, 

Mlebael K Stack), Notions, Etc 26 

and 38 N Illinois. 
Bannwarth Albert S, tel opr, b 382 E New 

York. 
Bannwarth Benedict, produce 121 E Mkt 

House, h 382 B New York. 
Bannwarth Charles E, tel opr Postal Tel 

Cable Co, h 158 N Pine. 
Banse Pauline, bkkpr, b 195 S East. 
Banse Theresa (wid Wm), h 195 S Bast. 
Banta Asa A, trav agt. h 78 W South. 
Banta Dallas F, carp, h 584 W Morris (W I). 
Banta Florence A, h 118 Buchanan. 
Banta Isaac T, molder, h 30 Warman av (H). 
Banta Louisa J, dressmkr 144 S East, h 

same. 
Banta Robert A, trav agt, h 212 S Olive. 
Banta Samuel, lab, h 144 S Bast. 
Bantz Jacob, ydman, b 349 Madison av. 
Banum Henry, carp, b 210 W 6th. 
Bany Adam, elk Indpls Drug Co, h 729 S 

Meridian. 
Bany Edmund, barber 142 S Illinois, h 249 

S Pine. 
Bany Frank, eng The H C Bauer Engr Co, 

b 694 E Market. 
Bany Prank S. barber. 97 E South, b 55 

Bany Henry, janitor Court House, h 55 Yei- 



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Bany Philip, tirewer, h 17 Agnes. 

Bany Simon, shoemkr, h 832 E Market. 

Bany Simon jr, bartender, h 537 E Marlcet. 

Banzhaf Martin, mach, h cor Eastern av 
and Ohio. 

Baptist John H, carp, h 61 Tandes. 

Bar Mary (wid Georg-e), h 741 Nevada. 

Barbee Harry C, mach, h 262 S Mississippi. 

Barbee Henry, lab, h 175 W 2nd. 

Barbee Milton C, oar rep, h 215 E Wabash. 

Barbee Robert B. -wagonmkr, h rear 33 
Woodlawn av. 

Barber Angeline (wid Luman), b n e cor 
Excelsior and Pope avs. 

Barber Ann (wid Edmund), h 173 W 6th. 

Barber Edward A, foreman, h n e cor Ex- 
celsior and Pope avs. 

Barber Emmons, lab, h 412 Blake. 

Barber Isaac, lab, b 15 Howard. 

Barber James H, lab, h rear 117 Minerva. 

Barber Simon, lab, h 65 Rhode Island. 

Barber Sonney, lab, h 193 Patterson. 

Barber Thomas, lab. b 167 S Reisner (W I.) 

Barber Virgil, lab, h 167 S Reisner (W I.) 

Barber Walker, lab, h 15 Howard. 

Barber Wm, lab, h 66 N Missouri. 

Barbour Burr, lab, b 151 W 8th. 

Barbour Charles, lab. h 151 W 8th. 

Barbour Edward E, dyer, h ISl N Liberty. 

Barbour Frederick, poultry dresser, b 23 
Hosbrook. 

Barbour George R, elk B C Atkins & Co, b 
1558 N Meridian. 

Barbour Harriet (wid Samuel), b 597 N 
Tennessee. 

Barbour Henry, lab, h s s Pleasant 4 w of 
St. Pau). 

Barbour Jacob, lab, b 151 W 8th. 

Barbour John M, mach hd, h 27 W St Clair. 

Barbour Joseph, porter, b 23 Hosbrook. 

Barbour May E (wid Edwin), r 62 Windsor 
Pl 

Barbour Shadrick, lab, h 214 Middle. 

Barbour Thomas H, poultry dresser, h 23 
Hosbrook. 

Barckdall Daniel, bartender, h 678 W Wash- 
ington. 

Barckdall George, lab, b 79 Decatur 

Barckdall Percival, solicitor Gray & Grib- 
ben, h 79 Decatur. 

Barclay, see also Barkley and Berkley. 

Barclay Isabella (wid James), h 445 Ash. 

Barcus James Q, special agt N T Life Ins 
Co, h 381 Broadway. 

Barcus Wm A, molder, b 219 N Mississippi 

Barcus Wm B, book agt, h 46 Michigan 
rd. 

Bardee James, lab, h w s N Superior 2 n 
of St Clair. 

Barden Emma, bkkpr, r 10 The Marlow 

Barden Lincoln, barber, b 27 Columbia ; 

Pare Owen, b 544 Virginia av. 

Earett, see Barrett. 

Barfleld Isaac, lab, h 90 Newman. 

Barger Anna (wid Wm), h 572% Virginia av. 

Barger George T. blksmith, h 1352 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Barger John G, electrician, h 260 Charles. 

Barger Taylor, foreman, h 1354 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Bargman Frederick, lab, h w s Pleasant av 
4 s of Pleasant lun. 

Barhite Sarah (wid Charles), h 175 E Lou- 
isiana. 
Bario Lina M, b 866 N Penn. 
Barkalow John W, bkkpr, h 523 Park av. 
Barker Albert B, phys liya W Washington, 
b The Bates. 



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UNDERTAKERS 

123-125 N. DELAWARE. 
PHONE 564. 

Residence C. T. Whitsett, Denison House. 
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Barker Charles S, cl 

b 88 Woodlawn av. ^^^^ 

Barker Clarence B, chairmkr, b 122 E Ohio. ' J 

Barker Elihu F (Richcreek & Barker), h ^i ^ 

4S Marion av (W I). >-»—-' 

Barker Frank H, foreman, h W McLane > ^^/ t * 

Barker George, painter, h 50 N Williams \ i 

(W I). [ 

Barker Jefferson, waiter, h 41 Roanoke. \ t I 

Barker John, carp, h E Francis (N I). I *- ' 

BARKER LEAVIS C. Grocer 1650 N 1-^^ 

Tennessee, li same. ^^ 

Barker Marilda, laundress Indpls Orphan o 

Asylum 
Barker Robert P, lab, b 263 N California. ao 

Barker Sarah A (wid Samuel M), h 468 N ^n 

New Jersey. -^ "S n 

Barker Thomas F, mach hd, h 319 B Wa- ;j r^--" 

bash. g-M 

Barker Thomas J, plumber, h 501 N Call- Q m S 

fornia. g' o 3 

Barker Walter L, bartender, h 94>4 Indiana o » 2 

av. c3 —5. 

Barker Wm H, painter, h w s Arbor av 1 co »?„ 

n of Woodbum av (W I). ~ g-? 

Barkes Obediah, sawyer, h 1008 W Washing- «> ag. 

ton. " 2. " '^ 

Barkes Sarah E (wid Wm), h 12 S Missis- ' o~ 

sippi. B o 8 

Barkhau Mary (wid Henry), h 432 S Mer- S" 2 ^ 

idian. su p 3 

Barkhurst Wm, h 2 Orchard av. S »« " 

Barkley, see also Barclay and Berkley. 5 Sf" 
Barkley James, b w s Excelsior 4 n Clifford 2, 3" 

Barkley J Douglass, sec Automatic Elec- ^ o 2. 
trio Signal Co, h 251 N Meridian. S* oS^ 
Barkley Minor, elk, h 365 S East. 5. ""^ 
Barkley Wm S, h 251 N Meridian. ■ ' ' 
Barlow George H, mach, h 84 S Judge Hard- 
ing (W I). « 
Barlow George T, policeman. 



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Barlow Louisa, domestic, 961 N Tennessee. 
Barlow Mary A, dressmkr 48 Pleasant, h 

same. 
Barlow Willard L, elk, b 23 S Arsenal av. 
Barlow Wm T. switchman, h 148 Evison. 
Barlowe Harriet (wid Frederick H), h 133 N 

Penn. 
Barmeier Harry, musician Park Theater, 

h 124% S Illinois. 
Barmeier Henrietta (wid Bernhard), music 

teacher, 867 N New Jersey, h same. 
Barmfuhrer Charles, lab, b 325 S Olive. 
Barmfuhrer Christian, truckman, h 428 S 

State av. 
Barmfuhrer Frederick, lab, b 428 S State av. 
Barmfuhrer John J, cigar mnfr 430V4 Vir- 
ginia av, b 186 S State av. 
Barnum Charles E, druggist 452 Mass av, 

h same. 
Barnaby George M. lab. h 81 Maxwell. 
Barnaby Thomas, lab, h 91 Maxwell. 
Barnaby Wm O, carp, h 241 Elizabeth. 
Barnaka Louis, lab, h e s Holmes av 2 s of 

Grand View (H). 
Barnard, see also Bamhart and Bernhardt. 
Barnard Eva S, typewriter, b 33 Newman. 



Barnard Henry, junk, h 473 S Illinois. 

Barnard Herman J, agt, h 145 S Olive. 

Barnard Ida M, stenog Globe Accident In- 
surance Co, b 35 Newman. 

Barnard John A, general mngr Peoria di- 
vision C C C & St. L, b The Denison. 

Barnard Mary J (wid Wm D), b 33 New- 
Barnard Nelson T. finisher, b 33 Newman. 

Barnard Perry M, (The Traders' Patent 
Exchange), h 33 Newman. 

Barnard Warren, coUr, r 30 Commercial 
Blk. 

Barnard & Leas Mnfg Co, Joseph F Payne 
agt, 33 Board of Trade. 

Barneclo Frank H, hackman, h 10 Lord. 

Barneolo Henry H, engr, h 84 Park av. 



Frank M. Dell, 
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378 TO 400 E. WASHINGTON ST. 
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Barneclo Ollie M, saw grinder, h 156 S No- 
ble. 

Barnes Albert A, furniture mnfr cor Addi- 
son and Emma (N I), h 782 N Illinois. 

Barnes Alfred A, elk Fahnley & McCrea, 
b 382 N Meridian. 

BARNES CARL L, Physician and Sur- 
geon 211 N Illinois, h same; Tel 1750. 

Barnes Charles A, trav agt, h 21 Laurel. 

Barnes C Edward, comp, h 76 John. 

Barnes Dawson E, phys 211 N Illinois, h 
same. 

Barnes Douglass, bartndr, b 353 W Wash- 
ington. 

Barnes Eaton, mach, h 17 Woodlawn av. 

Barnes Edward W, collr, b 70 Omer. 

Barnes Edwin J, condr, h 1033 W Washing- 
ton. 

Barnes Frank, porter, b 223 W 3d. 

Barnes George H, carp h 130 Chadwlck. 

Barnes George H, real est 28 N Delaware, 
h 95 Woodruff av. 

Barnes George W (United States Supply 
Co), h 199 College av. 

Barnes Hamilton P, mach, h 174 Columbia 

Barnes Harriett (wid Hiram), h 17 Minerva. 

Barnes Henry F, phys 12 Cyclorama Ar- 
cade, h same. 

Barnes Hugh, lab, h 286 W Maryland. 

Barnes Ida B h 35 Henry. 

Barnes Isaac, barber 340 E Market, h Tux- 
edo Park. 

Barnes John, carp, b 66 Camp. 

Barnes John, painter, b 42 Stillwell. 

Barnes John, pdlr, b 110 Locke. 

Barnes John B, coUarmkr, b 1681/4 E Wash- 
ington. 

Barnes John L, b 269 E Ohio. 

Barnes Jonas, lab, h ZVA Charles. 

Barnes Kate (wid James), h 168% E Wash- 
ington. 

Barnes Laura A, millinery 405 B Washing- 
ton, h 382 N Meridian. 

Barnes Martin R, miller, b 17 Minerva. 

Barnes Mary (wid John), h w s Michigan 
rd 4th n Fall creek. 

Barnes Richard H, trav agt The Bowen- 
Merrill Co. h 454 Broadway. 

Barnes Richard N, molder, b 57 Haugh, 
(H). 

Barnes Riley A, cashr Kershner Bros, h 
13 Russell av. 

Barnes Rufus M, lawyer 34 Baldwin blk, 
h 2U N Illinois. 

Barnes Sarah (wid George), h 125 E 6th. 

Barnes Solomon, waiter, r 400 N Illinois. 

Barnes Thomas, elevator opr State House, 
r same. 

Barnes Walter, lab, r 208 W Ohio. 

Barnes Wm J, saloon 353 W Washington 
b 2S6 W Maryland. 

Barnes Wm T, h 453 N Penn. 

Bamett, see also Bamitt and Burnett. 

Bamett Agnes, teacher P S No 17, b 210 
Randolph. 

Barnett Bennett, h 288 N Liberty. 

Bamett Catherine, b 101 Maple. 

Bamett Charles L, trav agt, h 1130 N Del- 
aware. 

Barnett Daniel, carp, h 146 Randolph. 



Bamett Hattie (wid Wm), h 24 Indiana av. 
Bamett James, elk The Bowen-Merrill Co, 

b 210 Randolph. 
Barnett James, lab, b 51 Rhode Island. 



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Barnett James H, condr, h 194 Spann a v. 
Barnett John H, cooper, r 49 Ross blk. 
Barnett John M, elk r m s, b 143 N Alabama. 
Barnett John T (Pease & Barnett), h 623 N 

Meridian. 
Barnett John W Rev, b Ritter av (I). 
Barnett Julia, costumer 288 JST Liberty, h 



17 Halcyon 
blk. 
Barnett Nathaniel H, condr, h 30 N State 

Barnett Peter, lab, b 1 Wood. 

Barnett Peter W, waiter, b 627 N Penn. 

Barnett Roscoe, painter, r 125V2 E Washing- 
ton. 

Barnett Salem C. lab, h 87 Nordyke av (W 
I). 

Barnett Sarah E, boarding, 1096 B Washing- 

Earnett Stewart W, car rep, h 75 Sheffield 

av (H). 
Barnett Thomas, lab, b 3 Wood. 
Barnett Thomas, watchman, h iW Randolph. 
Barnett Thomas F, lab, b 33 Churcn. 
Barnett Wm, Junk, h 142 Eddy. 
Barney Benjamin, lab, h 50 Thomas. 
Barney Chester, h ISO East Drive (W P). 
Barney George L, gen mngr The Keyless 

Lock Co, h 28 West Drive (W P). 
Barneyclo Harry, molder. h 366 Blake. 
Barnhart, see also Barnard and Bernhardt. 
Barnhart Joel L, trav agt, h 1224 N Illinois. 
Barnhart Joseph H Rev, h w s Newman 

1 s Davidge. 
Barnhart Philip A, engr, h 22 Douglass. 
Barnhart Wm, lab, h w s Pleasant av 1 s 

of Pleasant run. 
Barnhart Wm H, wagonmkr, h 507 S 1111- 

Barnhart Woodson G, lab, h 139 W Morris. 

Bamhill Jacob W, carp, rear 174 W Wash- 
ington, h 176 same. 

Bamhill James K. brick mnfr cor English 

• and Auburn av, h Michigan av (W). 

Bamhill John C, h Washington av O)- 

Barnhill John P (Bamhill & Thompson), h 
Central av 0)- 

Bamhill Wm P Rev, pastor California St 
M E Church, h 68 Camp. 

Barnhill & Thompson (John F. Bamhill, 
Thomas L Thompson) phys. Central av 

Barnhlzer Martin N, elk, b 69 Christian av. 

Barnitt, see also Barnett and Burnett. 

Barnitt Frank M, engr, h 41 Camp. 

Barnitt James L, real est 31 Lombard 
Bldg, b 513 N West. 

Bamitt Thomas, bkkpr, h 513 N West. 

Barnitt Thomas, city fireman, h 390 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Bams Turner, mach, h 164 N Noble. 



Barnum Martin J, attendant Insane Hos- 
pital. 

Barnum Thomas C, elk, b 190 E Market. 

Bamum Wm W, grocer 198 B Market, h 
190 same. 

BARON BROS (Charles F and Jacob 
J), DrneelBts 703 E Washington. 

Baron Charles F (Baron Bros), h 703 B 
Washington. 

Baron George M (George M Baron & Bro), 
h 104 Broadway. 

Baron George M & Bro (George M and Wm 
H), grocers 104 Broadway. 

Earon Kenry H, painter, h 64 S Summit 




Baron Jacob, mach hd, h 34 Teiser. I 

Baron Jacob J (Baron Bros), h 703 B Wash- | 

ington. \ 

Baron John G, tailor, h 703 E Washington. I 
Baron John J, elk, b 104 Broadway. ' 

Baron Wm H (George M Baron & Bro), 

b 104 Broadway. i 

Earr, see also Baar, Bahr, Bayer, Behr, ( 

Beyer and Byers. ■ 

Barr Andrew A, ship elk, h 1161 N Tennes^ . 

see. I 

Barr Charles T, barber 497% S West, r I 

same. I 

Earr Mary L (wid Rufus), r 34 Ross Blk. , 
Barr Minnie M (wid Wm H), h 330 E Mich- I 

igan. I 

Barr Wm, baggage master, r 10% E Wash- 
ington. 
Barr Wm, engr, r 31 McGill. 
Earr Wm C, student, b 1161 N Tennessee. I 
Barr Wm H, switchman, h 64 Bates. 
Barr ''Vm H, shoes 228 E Washington, h 69 ' 

English av. i 

Barre John S (Barre & McCready), r 106% ' 

N Meridian. 
Barre & McCready (John S Barre, Wm 1 

T McCready), meat mkt, 796 N Alabama. , 
Barren Julia (wid Patrick), h 302 W 7th. I 
Barrett Alonzo, mach hd, h Ontario (N I), i 
Barrett Andrew J, mach, b 174 Meek. ' 

Barrett Anne V (wid Harry), h 6 Haugh i 

(H). 1 

Barrett Anthony, lab, r 299% W Maryland, i 
Barrett Bridget (wid Richard), h 659 B St 

Clair. I 

Barrett Catherine (wid Patrick), b 29S S 

West. 
Barrttt Charles, stenog, b 93 B South. 
Barrett Charles B (Holsteln & Barrett), h 

n w cor 18th and Ashland av. 
Barrett Clinton T, harnessmkr, h 88 Green- 
wood. 
Barrett Flora (wid Washingtoti) b 69 Dor- 
Barrett George, driver, b 230 B Wabash. 
Barrett Harry (Himan Barrett & Sons), b ' 

272 E Washington. 



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Barrett Henry C, sawfiler. b 320 W 1st 
Barrett Hlman (Himan Barrett & Sons), 
second hand goods, 272 B Washing-ton, h 
same. 
Barrett Hlman & Sons (Himan. Wm, Har- 
ry, Samuel), furniture, 281 E Washington. 
Barrett James, lab, h 238 Dougherty. 
Barrett James A, lab, h 136 Minerva. 
Barrett James W, mach, b 174 Meek. 
Barrett John, car rep, b 559 E St Clair. 
Barrett John, elk, b 154 W McCarty. 
Barrett John, helper, b ISiy^ W McCarty. 
Barrett John, lab, h 238 Dougherty. 
Barrett John, wire nailwkr, b James House. 
Barrett John A, baggageman Union Station, 

h 82 Springfield. 
Barrett John F, boilermkr, b 11 McGinnis. 
Barrett John M, city fireman, h 228 Lexing- 
ton av. 
Barrett Margaret (wid Edward), h 151iA W 

McCarty. 
Barrett Martha A, (wid Hiram F), h 320 
. W IsL 
Barrett Martin E, lab, b 11 McGinnis. 
Barrett Mary A (wid Edward), h 11 Mc- 
' Ginnls. 
I Barrett Patrick, b 238 Dougherty. 

Barrett Patrick, flagman, h 174 Meek. 
I Barrett Patrick J, tel opr W U Tel Co, b 

174 Meek. 
, Barrett Philip, helper, b 559 E St Clair. 
. Barrett Richard, lab, b 56 McGinnis 
' Barrett Richard J, driver, h 426 
. York, 
Barrett Roger, lab, 



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56 McGinnis. 
Barrett Rose (wid James), h 56 McGinnis. 
Barrett Samuel (Hlman Barrett & Sons). 

b 272 E Washington. 
Barrett Samuel, lab, b 59 Vermont (H). 
Barrett Samuel H, bkkpr, b 270 S Delaware. 
Barrett Sarah, dressmkr 82 Springfield, h 

same. 
Barrett Simpson K, h 158 B St Joseph. 



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Barrett Solomon, cigars 93 B South, h same. 
Barrett Sophia E, h 323 Jefferson av. 
Barrett Thomas, lab, b IBWz W McCarty. 
Barrett Thomas F, asst chf fire dept, h 281 

E Merrill. 
Barrett Thomas K, collr, h 232 W Georgia. 
Barrett Wm (Himan Barrett & Sons), b 

272 E Washington. 
Barrick John K, h 1695 N Illinois. 
Barrick Kate Mrs, housekpr The Denison. 
Barringer Samuel, mach, h n s 22nd 6 w o/ 

Mississippi. 
Barrington Marcus, lab, h cor 10th and 

Michigan rd. 
Barron Wm E, ins, h 78 Woodlawn av. 
Barrow George, plater, h 230 Dougherty. 
Barrov Henry C (Barrow & Shimer), b 239 

S MississippL 
Barrow Lida, b 266 S Olive. 
Barrow Maria A (wid Henry), h 266 S Olive. 
Barrow Wm, waiter, b 240 W Michigan. 
Barrow & Shimer (Henry C Barrow, Nelsoi. 

R Shimer), brick mnfrs, English av (1). 
Barrows Charles L, spinner, h 59I2 Indiana 

av. 
Barrows Edward W, printer, b 1700 N Illi- 
nois. 
Barrows Fred A, foreman, 

Superior. 
Barrows Wm F, vice-pres Indiana Farmer 

Co, h 1700 N Illinois. 
Barry, see also Beery and Berry. 
Barry Ellen (wid Richard) b 209 W South. 
Barry Ellen R (wid Charles L), h 279 N 

Liberty. 
Bary John J, tailor 29 Indiana av, h 196 

Fayette. 
Barry Mary (wid Edward) h 209 W South. 
Barry Maurice J, mach, h 203 W McCarty. 
Barry Michael F, lab, r 209 W South. 
Barry Patrick, foreman, b 234 N Missis- 
sippi. 
Barry Richard M, blksmith. h 209 W South. 
Barry Samuel, sawmkr, b Circle House. 
Barry Thomas, lab, h 12 Chadwick. 
Barry Thomas G, live stock, h 553 N Me- 
ridian. 
Barry Wm B CW B Barry Saw and Supply 

Co), h 224 College av. 
BARRY W B SAW AND SUPPLY CO 

OVm B Barry), 132 and 134 S Penn; 

Tel 628. 
Barsdow Douglas, tile setter, b Circle 

House. 
Barshier Wm H, helper, h 26 N Rural. 
Bartch Frank, finisher, h 36 Belmont av 

(H). 
Bartel, see also Bertels. 
Bartel John, pattemmkr, h 97 Germania av 

(H). 
BARTEL SAMUEL G, Architect 88 Ger- 

manltt av (H.) See adv In classified 

Architects.) 
Bartels Christian, foreman, h 26 Dorman. 
Bartenlck Wm H, carp, h 42 Stuart (B). 
Barter Wm, trav agt, h 432 E Vermont. 
Barth August J. carp, h 130 Windsor. 
Barth Charles H, elk, h 383 N Mississippi. 
Barth Clayton A, bkkpr, h s w cor 26th 

and Central av. 
Barth Eline A (wid Wm H), h 218 N Noble. 
Barth Elizabeth, boarding, h 162 W Mary- 

Barth G Wm, trav agt, h 572 N Penn. 
Barth Jacob S, bkkpr Eagle Mach Wks 

Co, h s w cor Central av and 25th. 
Barth John, mach, b 71 Madison av. 



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Barth John H Rev, pastor 2d German 

Methodist Church, h 329 Spruce. 
Barth John W, trav agt Clemens Vonne- 

gut, h 385 N West. 
Barth Philip, cabntmkr, h 127 Maple. 
Barth Richard C, yardmaster, h 162 W 

Maryland. 
Barth Sebastian C Rev, pastor Church of 

Hope, h 387 N West. 
Barthel Albert, meats 75-1 E Washington, 

h same. 
UARTHEL BROS (Gastave, Oscar B 

nnd Frauk), Meat J«Iarket 540 E 

AVaslngton; Tel 11S3. 

Barthel Frank (Barthel Bros), h 540 E 
Washington. 

Barthel Gustave (Barthel Bros), h 540 E 
Washington. 

Barthel Johanna (wid Bernhardt), h 540 E 
Washington. 

Barthel Oscar B (Barthel Bros), h 540 E 
Washington. 

Bartholomew Alton, tmstr, b 336 N West. 

Bartholomew Charles, elk, b 279 B Wash- 
ington. 

Bartholomew Charles L, barber, b 275 E 
Wabash. 

Bartholomew Charles L, painter, b 88 Paca. 

Bartholomew Debora S (wid Harris), em- 
ployment 751/2 E Washing-ton, h 36 W 
Michigan. 

Bartholomew Edward W, waiter, b 176 E 
South. 

Bartholemew Ernest P, butcher, b 88 Paca. 

Bartholomew George H, barber, 137 River 
av (W 1), h same. 

Bartholomew Harris M, trav agt, b Castle 
Hotel. 

Bartholomew Ira, h 336 N West. 

Bartholomew John W, elk, b 279 E Wash- 
ington. 

Bartholomew Leila, teacher P S No 4, b 
36 W Michigan. 

Bartholomew Pliny W, Judge Superior 
Court Room 3 Court House, h 460 Ash. 

Bartholomew Silas P, second hand goods, 
279 B Washington, h same. 

Bartholomew Thomas S, cooper, h 88 Paca. 

Bartholomew Victoria, b 242 Oliver av (W 
I). 

Bartholomew Walter T, lather, b 88 Paca. 

Bartholomew Washington I, agt, h Univer- 
sity av (I). 

Bartholomew Wm, stoverpr, b 279 E Wash- 
ington. 

Barthurst Wm, carp, h 480 Lincoln av. 

BarUett Arthur F, elk Charles Mayer & 
Co, b 232 N Mississippi. 

Bartlett Arthur W Rev, pastor Seventh 
Day Adventist Church, h 1520 N Missis- 

Bartle'tt Cvrus, sawmkr, h 221 Sheldon. 

Bartlett David, lab, b 446 E 7th. 

BarUett Franklin E, lab, h w s Baltimore 
av 2 s of Brinkman. 

Bartlett George, driver, h 177 Muskingum 
al. 

Bartlett George, lab, h 38% Brett. 

Bartlett George B, elk Samuel H Sock- 
well, h 93 Blake. 

Bartlett Harrison, lab, h rear 123 Columbia 
al. 

Bartlett Henry F, tinner, b 179 N Alabama. 

Bartlett Jacob D, lab, h 14 Elliott. 

Bartlett James A, driver, h e s Manlove av 
5 n of Blackman. 

Bartlett John, junk, h 189 Patterson. 



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Bartlett John B, lab, h 198 W 3rd. , 

Bartlett John W, e,xpressman, h 20 Elliott. 
Bartlett Lydia, b rear 123 Columbia al. ' 

Bartlett Mathew, h 332 S State av. 
Bartlett Nancy (wid Abram), h rear 176 E ( 

Market. 
Bartlett Richard, whitewasher, h 39 Ellen. ( 
Bartlett Stewart, sawmkr, b 221 Sheldon. 1 
BarUett Thomas, lab, h 166 W 2nd. 
Bartlett Violet (wid Leroy), h 281 Indiana ■ 

Bartlett Wm H, driver N Y Store, h 1391 N 

Tennessee. 
Bartley Adrian A, foreman, h 321 N West. 
Bartley Charles, lab, b 321 N West. 
Bartley James M, carp, h 20S Uoyt av. 
Bartley John D, bkkpr, b 251 N Meridian. 
Bartley Virgil G, mach hd, h 196 Lincoln la. 
Bartley Wm S, h 251 N Meridian. 
Bartling Frederick W, lab, h 8 Cedar. 
Bartlow John W, carp, h 8 Dorman. 
Barto James W, tmstr, h 90 Columbia av. 
Bartol Harry B, route agt Am Ex Co, h 519 

Bellefontaine. 
Bartolles Mary (wid Wm), h 331 S Delaware. 
Barton Belle (wid Sandford), b 109 N New 

Jersey. 
Barton Bridget, h 24 Chadwick. 
Barton Charles, trav agt, r 77 W Michigan. 
Barton Daniel, lab, b 24 Chadwick. 
Barton Emmons, turner, h 1851^ Mass av. 
Barton Frank, driven wells 15 Edward (W 

I), h same. 
Barton George, switchman, b 176 S New 

Jersey. 
Barton Grace, h 33 N Noble. 
Barton Ida M, b 15 Edward (W I). 
Barton John, plastr, b 229 E Market. 
Barton John R, plumber, h 568 W Morris 

(W I). 
BARTON LOUISA, Grocer 130 Oliver 

av (W I), li 15 Edward (W 1.) 
Barton Mary M (wid John), h 289% Mass av. 
Barton Otis F, boxmkr, b 568 W Morris , 

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and counsel in patent causes. 

(See adv. page 6.) 
Office :— Rooms 14 and 16 Hubbard Block, S. W. 

Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



Barton Wm E, special agt American Cas- 
ualty Insurance and Security Co, b 100 N 
Alabama. 

Barton Wra R, foreman, b 568 W Morris 
(W I). 

Barton Wm T, blksmith, h 402 E Market. 

Bartz Albert H, mach hd, b 314 Martindale 

lab, 






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cc 

H Base Ernest W, lab. h 63 Germania av (H). 

Sir Basey, see also Baase and Boese. 

3 Basey Andrew H, macli hd, h 5S Fremont 

h av (H). 

Q Basey Edward W, mach, b 166 Harrison. 

rf Basey Frederick C, car repr, h 324 E Ver- 

ZZ Basey Louis C, mach, b 324 E Vermont. 

"J Basey Otto F. uphlr, h 318 E Miami. 

2 Basey "Wm, lab, h 48 Michigan av. 

< Basey Wm C, fireman, h w s Poplar (B). 

5 Bashaw Andrew, mason, h rear 669 E 

^ Washington. 

Bashaw Henry, lab, b rear 669 E Wasliing- 
ton. 
• Baskerville Robert, city fireman, h 276 
River av (W I). 
Baskett Frank, janitor Wyandot blk, r C 

same. 
Easier Agnes Taylor (wid George W), h 
849 N Illinois. 
^ Bason Robert, mach, h 203 Douglass. 
^ Basore John H, lab, h 372 S Tennessee. 
Bass, see also Baas. 
Bass Celia M, printer, b 605 N West. 
Bass Charles, barber, h 1S9 Alvord. 
Bass Charles O, brooms, b 516 Ash. 
Bass Ellas, lab, h 35 E South. 
Bass Florence, teacher P S No. 27, b 516 

Ash. 
Bass George F, pub Indiana Toung People, 
M h 658 College av. 

Bass George W, barber, h 283 E Washing- 

W Bass' James Rev, b 299 Bright. 

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Bass Jane W (wid Wm H), Prin P S No 

29, h 555 College av. 
Bass John (Woods & Bass), h 60 Howard. 
Bass Thomas W, broom mntr 516 Ash, r 

Bass Walter G, inspector, h 658 College av. 

Bass Wm, porter, r IZV- S Meridian. 

Bass Wm H, photogr 126 Mass av, h 555 

College av. 
Basse John, drayman, h 347 Union. 
Bassett Edward E, lawyer, b Enterprise 

Hotel. 
Bassett Edward W, trav agt, h 56 Belle- 

fontaine. 
Bassett Harry W, bookbinder, h 165 John. 
Bassett Hilliard, masseur National Surgical 

Institute, r same. 
Bassett Hiram H, trav agt. h 165 John. 
Bassett Homer D, elk, b 165 John. 
Bassett John A, elk L S Ayres & Co, h 150 

Lincoln av. 
Bassett Samuel L, trav agt, h 4 HoUis. 
Bassett Thomas M. h 699 N Penn. 
Bassett Timothy F, grocer 141 Cornell av, 

h 208 Ash. 
Bassett Van G, bkkpr. b Enterprise Hotel. 
Bassett Walter B, mngr Pittsburg Bridge 

Co, h 1016 N Tennessee. 
Bassett Wm E, sub letter carrier P O, h 

414 Hanna. 
Baster Fannie (wid Edward), b 266 W Ver- 

Baster Harry, pressman, r 188 Madison av. 

Baster Wm, trav agt, h 432 E Vermont. 

Baster Wm E, electrotyper, h 266 W Ver- 
mont. 

Batchelder Wm P. elk R M S, h 65 Ruckle. 

Bateman Hattie. stenog, b 155 N Illinois. 

Bates Albert, lab, h 1075 W New York. 

Bates Charles, plastr, b 225 W Ohio. 

Bates Charles A, mngr Saturday Leader, h 
91 Highland PI. 

Bates Charles E, draughtsman, b 583 Ash. 

Bates Eliza E, artist, b 182 Brookslde av. 

Bates Frank P, baggageman, h 58 Michi- 
gan av. 

Bates Harry W. student, b 228 N East. 

Bates Hervey (Indpls Hominy Mills), b The 
Bates. 

Bates Hervey jr (Indpls Hominy Mills), h 
316 N Meridian. 

Bates Jacob, lab, h 228 N East. 

Bates James, plumber, h rear 375 W North. 

Bates James C, h 583 Ash. 

Bates Jeremiah, lab, b 85 Oregon. 

Bates John, h 106 Elm. 

Bates John M, watchman, Insane Hospital. 

Bates Karie (wid Wm A), h 111 Yandes. 

Bates Lizzie (wid Daniel T), h 199 Wood- 
lawn av. 

Bates Margaret H, literary editor Indpls 
Sentinel, h 91 Highland pi. 

Bates Marietta (wid Wm F), h 182 Brook- 
side av. 

Bates Rice T, city agt Wm G Wasson & 
Co. b 182 Brookside av. 

BATES THE. L.oais Relbold Propr, n w 
oor nilnol.« and Wasbinston; Tel 
259. 

Bates Wm P, elk, h 1105 N Mississippi. 

Bath Henry, burner, h w s Poplar (B). 

BatlLner Anna M, bkkpr, b 53 Vine. 

Batliner John, patternmkr, h 53 Vine. 

Batsel John, lab. h 97 Nebraska. 

Batson Benjamin F, dentist, b S79 N Ala- 
bama, 

Battaw Isaac, huckster, h 129 Wright. 

Eattaw James V, taUor, b 129 Wright. 



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Batteral August, mo 
nessee. 

Battey Cornelius M, carp, b 420 W Pratt. 

Battey Rotert C. carp, b 420 W Pratt. 

Battle Harriet (wid Wm), h 45 Maple. 

Battle Isaac, lab, h. 115 Kappus (W I). 

Battley George C, condr, h 38 Belmont av 
(H). 

Battley Robert S, driver, r 20, 66y2 N Penn. 

BatUey Wm, painter, h 261 Davidson. 

Battley Wm jr, lineman, b 261 Davidson. 

Batton Samuel P, mach hd, b 35 Henry. 

Battram Wm, molder, b 48 Michigan (H). 

Batty, see also Beatty. 

Batty Edwin, carp, h 127 W 5th. 

Batty Bnos E, car condr, b 127 W 5th. 

Batty George W, coal 7 Virginia av, h 1241 
N Illinois. 

Batty Robert P, condr, h 1382 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Bauchle Charles F, butcher, h 218 N Mis- 
Bauer, see also Bower. 

Bauer Albert, butcher, h 434 S New Jersey. 

Bauer Albert, lab, h 174 W 9th. 

Bauer Annie (wid Adolph), h 1558 N Tennes- 

Bauer Anthony, lab, b 244 Fayette. 
Bauer Carl, draughtsman, h s w cor How- 
ard and McLain (W I). 
Bauer Charles L, carp, b 27 Temple av. 
Bauer Charles R, produce, h 434 S New 

Jersey. 
BAIIBR CONRAD, Meat Market 148 N 

Tennessee, Ii same. 
Bauer Elizabeth (wid Valentine), h 207 

Blake. 
Bauer Elizabeth, elk John Wocher, b 435 

Broadway. 
Bauer Bmil, lab, b 243 Cornell av. 
Bauer Ferdinand, mach, b 243 Cornell av. 
Bauer Frank J, saloon 186 Blake, b 207 

same. 
Bauer Frederick, driver, h W McLane (N 

I.) 
Bauer Frederick M, sawrakr, b 512 S Illl- 

Bauer Frederick W, lab, h 78 Wallack. 

Bauer George (Kothe, Wells & Bauer), h 
1632 N Illinois. 

Bauer George, sawfller, h 392 Union. 

Bauer George, papermkr, h 593 W Wash- 
ington. 

Bauer George Jr, lab, b 593 W Washington. 

Bauer George W, trav agt, b 470 E Market. 

BAUBR HARRY C (Tbe H C Bauer En- 
eravlns Co), 5 to 8 Bank of Com- 
merce BIiIk. U 470 E Market. (See top 
corner cards.) 

Bauer Henry, engr, h 171 Archer. 

Bauer Henry, pres Indpls Cabinetmkrs' 
Union, h 470 E Market. 

BAUER H C ENGRAVING CO THE 
(Harry C Baner). Designers nnrt 
Wood Enjcrravers, Halftone Engrrav- 
1ns and Zinc Etchinp;- 5 to 8 Bank o£ 
Commerce Bldgr- (See top corner 

Bauer Jacob, h 22 Kansas. 
Bauer Jacob, lab, h 95 Dorman. 
Bauer Joseph, painter, h 27 Temple av. 
Bauer Joseph J, collr C Maus Branch 

Indpls Brewing Co, h 328 E South. 
Bauer Josephine, teacher P S No 1, b 243 



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Bauer Philip, butcher, h 11 Bridge (y 
Bauer Rosa, dressmkr, 22 Kansas, h same. 
Bauer Radolph, mach, b 243 Cornell av. 
Bauer Rudolph F, sawmkr, h 573 S Illinois. 
Bauer Theodore, h 207 Blake. 
Bauer Valentine, blksmith, h 78 Arizona, 
Bauer Wm C, bkkpr New York Store, h 

575 N Mississippi. 
Bauerle Joseph, lab, b 35 Hendricks. 
Baugher Frederick B, elk, h 392 N Ala- 

Baugher Frederick W, trav agt, h 392 N 
Alabama. 

Baugher Henry L, bkkpr, b 392 N Ala- 
bama. 



Baughman, see also Bauman and Bowman. 

Baughman Catherine, teacher P S No. 24, 
b 50 Bradshaw. 

Baughman Charles H, mail elk P O, b 50 
Bradshaw. 

Baughman Frank A, barber, b 50 Brad- 
shaw. 

Baughman Herschel R A, real est, h 45 
Hoyt av. 

Baughman Jacob A, contr 127 Winchester 
av, h same. 

Baughman John, engr, b 127 Winchester. 

Baughman Joseph S, driver George C Pear- 
son, h 50 Bradshaw. 

Baughman Leonard, carp, h 50 Bradshaw. 

Baughman Wm H, boarding, 23 N West. 



Bauka Anton, watchman P O, h 

er av. 
Baum, see also Boume. 
Baum Joseph, elk, b 250 E Ohio. 
BAUM LEWIS, Grocer 250 1 



also Bowman. 



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Wyoming and Hlg-h, 

Bauman Wm, mach hd, b 174 W Ohio. 

Bauman Wm M, mach, h 160 N West. 

Baumann Adam, lab, h 196 Spruce. 

Baumann Albert, carp, h 18 Singleton. 

Baumann Charles, mach, b 2 Beecher. 

Baumann Constantine, butcher, b 128 Blake. 

Baumann David, balcer, h 43 Elizabeth. 

Baumann Frederick, trav agt, h IS Eliza- 
beth. 

Baumann Henrj-, tailor, h 74 Morton. 

Baumann Henry, tmstr, h 66 Morton. 

Baumann John, car repr, h 74 Gilliard av. 

Baumann Joseph. lab, b 776 W Washington. 

Baumann Macarius, h 18 Singleton. 

Baumann Wm, lab, b 776 W Washington. 

Baumbach Christian F, lab Hollweg & 
Reese, h 80 McGinnis. 

Baumgart Alois, florist, b 33 Sullivan. 

Baumgart Ferdinand, mach hd, h 182 Co- 
burn. 

Baumgart Gustaph, baker, h 59 Leota. 

Baumgartner John, herbs, h 714 Chestnut. 

Baumgartner John G, bartender, b 485 
Madison av. 

Baumgartner Joseph, wheelmkr, h 714 
Chestnut. 

Baumhofer C C Otto (Capital City Elec- 
trical ConstrucUon Co), h 163 Lambert 
(W I). 

Baumhofer Henrj-, carp, h 188 S Williams 
(W I). 

Baumhofer Henry F, paper hanger, h 44 
S Reisner (W I). 

Baur, see also Bauer and Bower. 

Baur Adolph, teacher of dancing Mozart 
Hall, h 55 High. 

Baus Adam J, condr, h 71 Lexington av. 

Bans Mary (wid John), b 177 Hoyt av. 

Baus Richard, lab, h e s Michigan rd 1 n 
of Fall creek. 

Baus Simon, engr, h 235 English av. 

Bavarian Chemical Works, Henry H Lamb 
pres, Charles J Greenstreet vice-pres, 
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BAXTER ANNA M, Student Iiidplii Udb- 
iness University, E J Heeb Pres, 
AVlien mk N Penn opp P O; Tel 4a<J. 
(See adv cover find p 4.> 

Baxter Arnistead, lab, h 34 Howard. 

Baxter Charles, lab, h 202 W 10th. 

Baxter Edward, lab, h 205 W North. 

Baxter Edward E, paver, r 84 N Alabama. 

Baxter Edwin C, elk, b 205 W North. 

Baxter Frank, brakeman, b 1085 W New 
York. 

Baxter George W, tmstr, h 451 S State av. 

Baxter Harry G, stenog Chandler & Taylor 
Co, b 420 W New York. 

Baxter Jacob V, tmstr, h e s Sylvan 1 s 
of Sycamore. 

Baxter James, lab, h 296 Fayette. 

Baxter James, tmstr, h e s Sylvan 2 s of 
Sycajnore. 

Baxter Jesse E. tmstr, h e s Sylvan 5 s of 
Sycamore. 

Baxter Joseph W*, driver H P Wasson & 
Co, h 46 Barth av. 

Baxter Mary L (wid John N), dressmkr 420 
W New Y'ork, h same. 

Baxter May, teacher, b 365 S Olive. 

Baxter Peter M, lab, h 3 Hill. 

Baxter Samuel C, cashr C C C & St L Ry, b 
78 W 10th. 

Baxter Sarah E (wid Wm A), h n b St 
Marie 1 e of Shelby. 

Baxter Wm A, lab, b n s St Marie 1 e of 
Shelby. 

Baxter Wm D, carp, h 11 Bates al. 

Bay Alice M, teacher P S No 12, b 314 E 
Ohio. 

Bay Israel, trav agt, h 314 E Ohio. 

Bayer, see also Baar, Bahr, Barr, Behr, 
Beyer and Byers. 

Bayer Anthony, packer Kipp Bros Co, h cor 
Raymond and Bluff rd. 

Bayer George, presser, h e s depot (B). 

Bayer George W, packer, h 29 Gresham. 

Bayer Harry, notions E Mkt House, b SGi 
E McCarty. 

Bayer ignatz, peddler, h 365 E McCarty. 

Bayer Joseph, lab, h e s Depot 2 s of Put- 
nam (B). 

Bayer Max, produce E Mkt House, h 25 
Bates al. 

Bayless Charles, r 14 Miller Blk. 

Baylor Albert E, elk, b Bates House. 

Baylor Rachel M (wid James), b 635 Cen- 
tral ay. 

Baylor Wm J, mach, h 163 Chiu-ch. 

Bazay Henry, lab, h 186 Archer. 

Bazel, see also Beizel. 

Bazel Cyrus, uphlr, h 54 Mayhew. 

Bazel Ford M, porter, h 168 Howard. 

Bea Charles, mach. h 3991/2 S Tennessee. 

Beach Charles F, pres Standard Pub Co, 
h 1534 N Tennessee. 

Beach Charles F Jr, sec Standard Pub Co, 
h New York City. 

Beach Edwin L, electrician, b Sherman 
House. 

Beach Louis J, elk, b 201 Union. 

Beach Mark A, elk, b w s Kenwood av 1 
s of 30th. 

Beach Oscar, lab, b 282 E Georgia. 

Beach Wm B, b 190 Cherry. 

Beach Wm G. h 154 Bird. 

Beacham, see also. Beecham. 

Beacham James H, trav agt, h 173 W Mich- 
igan. 

Beacham Mack E, wrapper, b 173 W Michi- 
gan. 

Beacon, see Bacon. 



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Bealer John A, b 150 Bates. 
Beall Balcom, foreman, h 269 River av 
(W I). 

Beall David S, h 25 Eureka av. 

Beam, see also Beem and Boehm. 

Beam George W, foreman, h 274 N Califor- 
nia. 

Beam Wm H, painter, h 214 Buchanan. 

Beaman Josiah, watchman, h W Armstrong 
(N I). 

Beamer George E. ag-t, b S8 W Ohio. 

Bean Mary E (wid Benjamin), b 50 Port 
Wayne av. 

Beaning Wm C, carp, h 28 Water. 

Beans Timothy S, carp, h 713 B Ohio. 

Bear Franlt, wood turner, b cor Belt and 
S PenrL 

Bear Ira, painter, h 412 S Delaware. 

Bear Jesse, porter Stubbins European Ho- 
tel. 

Bear Mary (wid George), h 741 Nevada. 

Beard, see also Baird. 

Beard Alvin G, contr, h s w cor 20th and 
Ashland av. 

Beard Charles A, paperhanger, b 176 S New 
Jersey. 

Beard Edgar C, collr A J Conroy & Co, h 
72 E Vermont. 

Beard Edward O, switchman, h 4 B S & B 
av (W I). 

Beard Elisha, phys 31% Virginia av, r same. 

Beard George, lab. h rear 13 McCauley. 

Beard Isaac V, b 297 B McCarty. 

Beard James, teamstr, h e s Excelsior av 
1 n S Brookside av. 

Beard Jennie, h Auburn av (W). 

Beard John A, elk, h 176 S New Jersey. 

Beard John A, lab, h Ifli^ Eckert. 

Beard John M, cashr L E & W R R, b 308 
E South. 

Beard Joseph, tmstr, b e s Excelsior av 1 n 
S Brookside av. 

Beard Samuel, lab, b 113 Ft Wayne av. 

Beard Theodore G, butcher, b 102 High- 
land PI. 

Beard Walter R, mngr A J Conroy & Co, 
h 290 Lincoln av. 

Beard Wilbin E, agt A J Conroy & Co, h 
228 Prospect. 

Beard Wm, condr, h 776 W Washington. 

Beard Wm, lab, h 257 W 5th. 

Beardsley Sophronia, (wid Roswell E), mus- 
ic teacher, h 69y2 Indiana av. 

Bearswilt Daniel, lab, b e s Hope 2 s Wil- 
low (B). 

Bearswilt Jacob, lab, h e s Hope 2 s Wil- 
low (B). 

Beasley, see also Beezley. 

Beasley Henry, restaurant n w cor Indiana 
av and Missouri, h same. 

Beasley James J, elk, h 126 Lee (W I). 

Beason, see Beeson. 

Beaton George A, sec and mngr Guaranty 
Savings Fund L & A Assn of Indiana, b 
Grand Hotel. 

Beattey Henrietta A ( wid Joseph), h 338 
W 1st. 

Beattey James L, elk John Clune, b 338 
W 1st. 

Beattey Jesse H, lab, h 307 Shelby. 

Beattey Joseph S, janitor, h 17 Shriver av. 

Beattey Wm, saloon 541 Shelby, h same. 

Beattie John. M, carp, h 78 Meek. 



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Beattie WiUard, carp, 

(W I). , 

Beatty, see also Batty. 
Beatty Albert J (Lenahan & Beatty), h 117 • 

Fayette. 
Beatty Anna, cashr Great Atlantic & Pa- 
cific Tea Co, b 5 Broadway. 
Beatty Charles E, lab, h s s Highland 1 a 

Lulu (N I). 
Beatty Cora M, copy holder Indpls News, b 

5 Broadway. 
Beatty Frank, mach, b Brightwood Home 

(B). 
Beatty John, lab, h 482 S West. r\ 

Beatty John M, private U S Recruiting Of- ii 

flee, r same. Tl 

Beatty John R, agt, b 27 Leota. 
Beatty Joseph, trav agt, h 186 Shelby. 
Beatty Kate (wid John), h 5 Broadway. 
Beaty Kate (wid John S), boarding 255 N 

West. 
Beaty Lulu C (wid Daniel W), h 81 E Ver- 
mont. 
Beauchamp Charles L, baggageman, h 364 

E Market. 

Beauchamp James, cook Roosevelt House. ..^^...^ 
Beaumont James G, elk, b 234 Bright. 
Beaumont Louise I (wid Joseph E), teacher mt,^^ 

P S No 28, b 86 Hoyt av. WTj 

Beaupre Charles, shoemkr, h 17 S Missis- ^^p» 

sippi. ^^^ 

Beaupre Frank X, shoemkr, 615 Virginia av, ^^^J 

h same. ^^^p 

Beaupre James, shoemkr, h 93 Sanders. ^^^^ 

Beaupre Louis L (Beaupre & Co), h 415 Mad- ^^^^ 

ison av. 
Beaupre L & Co (Louis Beaupre, Philomene mt^^ 

Catellier), shoe mnfrs 17 E South. W^9 

Beaver, see also Beever and Bever. ^^^ 

Beaver Daniel, painter, h 129 Mass av. ^^^ 

Beaver Frank, lab, b 227 Columbia av. C^^ 

Beaver Horace, bkkpr, b 129 Mass av. Z^^S 

Beaver John H, h 559 S New Jersey. ^^^1 

Beaver Joshua A, engr, h 227 Columbia av. 
Beaver Robert, lab, h n a Harriet 1 n 

Bloyd av. 
Beaver Wm, lab, h 23 Mayhew. 



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Beazell. see also Bazel. 
Beazell Harry W, trav agt, b 47 Hall pi. 
Beazell Harvey T, trav agt, h 47 Hall pi. 
Beazley Ellen (wid James), h 23 Hadley. 
Beazley Georgie. dressmkr 23 Hadley, h 

Beazlejf Walter S, dentist, S',* N Pennsyl- 
vania, r 189 E Ohio. 

Bebinger Oliver R, mach, h 57 Hosbrook. 

Bechard Frederick, cook, b 90 S Illinois. 

Becher Gerhart Rev, asst rector Church of 
Sacred Heart, h cor Palmer and Union. 

Bechert Christian W, elk, b 296 S West. 

Bechert Edward R, elk, r 181 E Merrill. 

Bechert Ferdinand W, grocer, 296 S West, 

Bechtel Ernest J, electrician, b 247 N Ten- 
nessee, 

Bechtel Jacob, restaurant 332 E Washing- 
ton, h same. 

Bechtel Wm, bartndr, h 92 Fulton. 

Bechtel Wm, carp, b 245 W South. 

Bechtell Charles F, foreman, h 167 N Ten- 
nessee. 

Bechtell Harry J, butcher, b 167 N Ten- 
nessee. 

Bechtold Elizabeth (wid George), h 230 S 
West. 

Beck, see also Bach and Back. 

BECK ALBERT 
Lombard Bldg, U e e 
n of 20th. 

Beck Alexander, stenog, b 412 Cornell av. 

Beck Alta (Walker & Beck), r 3 Meridian 
blk. 

Beck Benedict, city fireman, h 306 Chestnut. 

Beck Benedict, eng, h 616 Union. 

Beck Benedict Jr, lab, b 516 Union. 

Beck Charles, lab, h 80 Greer. 

Beck Clemens (F J Mack & Co), h 49 Dun- 
Beck Conrad, baker 280 S Olive, h same. 

Beck Conrad, driver, h 95 Dunlop. 

Beck Eliza C (wid Henry), grocer, 242 Oli- 
ver av (W I), h same. 

Beck Emanuel L, b 863 N Meridian. 

Beck Francis M, h 397 Cornell av. 



SEALS, 
STENCILS, 
STAMPS, Etc. 
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Beck Frank A, driver, r 77^^ E Market. 
Beck Frederick, h 756 S Meridian. 
Beck Frederick, lab, h 83 Lincoln la. 
Beck Frederick D (Strohmeyer & Beck), h 

222 W Washington. 
Beck George A (George C Beck & Son), b 

635 N Meridian. 
Beck George C (George C Beck & Son), h 

635 N Meridian. 
Beck George C & Son (George C and George 

A) comn Union Stockvards (W I) 
Beck Harry, elk, b 280 S Olive. 
Beck Henry h 243 S Olive. 
Beck Henry A, lawyer 3614 E Washington, 

h 863 N Meridian. 
Beck Hubert, b 80 Greer. 
Beck James A, watchman, h 949 W Morris 

(W I). 
Beck John, watchman, h rear 679 S East. 
Beck John M, lab, h 77 Jones. 
Beck Joseph L, painter, h 65 Dunlop. 
Beck Joseph "W, elk, b 548 N Tennessee. 
Beck Juius, lab, h 218 Charles. 
Beck Lena M, pres W C T U of Indiana, 

h Bloomlngton Ind. 
BECK OTTO C, Grocer nud Meats 94 

and 96 Indiana av; Tel 311; U same. 
Beck Peter, shoemkr, h 18 S Belmont (W 

I). 
Beck Rudolph W, carp, b e s Sheldon, 2d 

s Brinkman. 
Beck Samuel T, watchmkr, h 173 N East. 
Beck Wm (Rahke & Beck), h n s E Wash- 
ington 2 e of Rural. 
Beck Wm, h 109 Fletcher av. 
Beck Wm, baker, b 194 E Washingrton. 
Beck Wm O, funeral director, r 59 W 

Maryland. 
BECK AVM S, Pliyslclnn, Coroner 

Marion Coanty 57 Coart Honse; Tel 

398; Office 20 W Ohio; Tel 5S7; h S63 

N Meridian; Tel 1722. 
Beckam Wesley J, lab, h 261 W 3rd. 
Becker, see also Baker and Boecher. 
Becker Barbara (wid Frederick), b 621 S 

Meridian, 
Becker Caroline W (wid Emil), b 759 S 

East. 
Becker Charles (Becker & Son), h 180 N 

New Jersey. 
Becker Charles A, patternmkr, h 180 Lin- 

dten. 
Becker Charles E, gardener, b e s N Me- 
ridian, 3 n of 30th. 
Becker Charles F, lab. h 46 Dunlop. 
Becker Charles J, barber 548 S East, h 

same. 
Becker Conrad, horseshoer 

land. 
Becker Edward barber, h 47 Iowa. 
Becker Emilie (wid F Philip), h 205 N No- 



h 282 W Mary- 



gTOcer 442 Indiaina av, h 



ble. 
Becker Frank 

same. 
Becker Frederick, grocer 368 Blake, h same. 
Becker Frederick, molder, h 60 Haugh (H). 
Becker George, cooper, h 187 Dougherty. 
Becker Harry G, engr, h 151 Spann av. 
Becker Henry, janitor, h 118 Dunlap. 
Becker Henry J, lab, h 20 Kansas. 
Becker Henry J, photo printer, b 201 Dough- 
Becker Jacob, h 180 N New Jersey. 
Becker Jacob jr, (Becker & Son), h 195 N 

Alabama. 
Becker Jacob, cigarmkr, h 47 Iowa. 
Becker Jacob, hostler, h 91 S Reisner (W I), 



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Becker Jacob, lab, h 5 Roseline. 

Becker John, g-ardener, h n s W Morris 4 

w of Bismark av (W I). 
Becker John H, gardener, h 1250 S Meridi- 

Becker Joseph, h 401 N Delaware. 

Becker Julius, elk, b 20 Kansas. 

Becker Louis F, uphlr, b 20 Kansas. 

Becker Susanna (wid Henry J), b 201 Dough- 
erty. 

Becker Tobias, lab, h 31 Centennial (H). 

Becker Wm, elk, b 146 N Illinois. 

Becker Wm N, molder, b 47 Iowa. 

BECK&R & SON (Cbnrles and Jacob 
jr), Merchant Tailors 21 N Penn; Tel 
934. 

Beckerich Bros (Wm P and Frank J), gro- 
cers, 105 Broadway. 

Beckerich Frank J (Beckerich Bros), h 105 
Broadway. 

Beckerich Wm P (Beckerich Bros), h 105 
Broadway. 

Beckert Frank, tinner, b 235 B South. 

Backett Wymond J (Beckett & Doan), h 
w s Sheridan 3 n of Bruce. 

Beckett H Doan (Wymond J Beckett, Wil- 
son S Doan), lawyers, 68^4 E Market. 

Beclcham, see Beckam. 

Beckley George W, watchman, r 36 W 
Washington. 

Beckley Nicholas, janitor, h 482 Superior. 

Beckley Sarah A, (wid James F), h 151 
Maple. 

Becklev Susan, (wid Isaac), h 354 Douglass. 

Beckling Madeline G, (wid George), h 1123 
E Michigan. 

Beckman, see also Bachman. 

Beckman Albert, lab, h 695 Chestnut. 

Beckman Christina (wid Wm), b 364 Fulton. 

Beckman Frank H, elk, b 313 N Pine. 

Beckman Frank J, transfer agt Frank 
Bird. Union Station, r 24 Catterson blk. 

Beckman Henry H, lab, b 190 N Seville av. 

Beckman Louis, lab, h rear U75 E Wash- 
ington. 

Beckman Mena (wid John H), h 190 N 
Beville av. 

Beckman Wm C, trav agt Hollweg & 
Reese, h 876 N Penn. 

Beckman Wm F, mach, h 228 Cobum. 

Beckman Wm H, lab, b 190 N Beville av. 

Beckner Andrew, farmer, h s s Pendleton 

Beckner Bert, carp, h 175 E Washington. 
Beckner Henrv W. h 103 Cherry. 
Beckner Iley H, elk, r 153 B Ohio. 
Beckner John, carp, b 103 Cherry. 
Becks John, lab, h 335 E Miami. 
Becks John N, barber, h 248 W Market. 
Beckwith Alexander, lab, h 88 Newman. 
Beckwith Alfred J, helper, b 103 Woodburn 

av (W I). 
Beckwith Frank, plastr, h 94 Martindale av. 
Beckwith Frederick, mach, b 103 Woodburn 

av (W I). 
Beckwith Harry, mach hd, h 103 Woodburn 

av (W I). 
Beckwith Joseph F, elk, h 53 Oak. 
Beckwith Orion W, elk, h 870 N Delaware. 
Beckwith Wm R, elk, b 53 Oak. 
Becovltz Abraham, junk, h 129 Maple. 
Becraft Charles, lab, b 13 Springfield. 
Bedel Andrew, cigarmkr, h 90 W 1st. 
Bedel John I-, elk, b 90 W 1st. 
Bedel Margaret A, stenog New York Store, 

b 90 W 1st. 
Bedel Peter P, elk, b 90 W 1st. 



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UEDBLL GEORGE V, Plnnlng^ Mill 397 I ' ' 

and 399 E Market cor Davidson, li 

33U Archer. MiH 

Bedford Charles, condr, h 240 Indiana av. I | 

UEDFORD COLLIIVS T, Physician 290 • 
Mass av, Wholesale and Retail Drng- 
Slst 2 Indiana av; Tel 1258; h 202 / ^ 
llellefontuine. ^T ' 

Bedford George T, mngr C T Bedford 2 In- — ~n» 
diana av, h 316 N Illinois. ^^ 

Bedford Stone Co The, A W Condultt pres, J^ 
O S Runnels treas, H G Coughlen sec and t ** 
mngr, 132 Commercial Club Bldg. mi^ 

Bedford Wm L, painter, h 430 Indiana av. I 

Pedunnah John C, driver U S Ex Co, h 32S ■'^■1 
W Vermont. ' 

Beeber John H, ins agt, h 206 S East. ^^ 

Beech, see Beach. n^^^ 

Beecham, see also Beacham. 

Keecham Arthur, lab, h 235 W Michigan. 

Beecham Charles, lab, h 118 Tremont. 

Beecham John, porter, h 126 Columbia al. 

Beecham Maria (wid A), b 184 Minerva. 

Beechler James J, carp, h 70 Columbia av. 

Beechler Samuel, painter, b 189 E Market. 

Beekley Grant, driver, b 750 N New Jer- 

Beeks Cornelia C (wid Greenbery C), b 269 

N Mississippi. < 

Beeks Wm L, trav agt. h 269 N Missis- i 

sippi. I 

Beeler, see also Bieler and Buehler. " 

Beeler Andrew J, treas Flack Storage and ; 

Produce Exchange, h 96 River av (W I). 
Beeler Arthur, collr, b 26 S Mississippi. 
Beeler David C, propr Park Place Hotel, j 

h same. | 

Beeler Fielding, pres The New Era Pub- 1 

lishing Co, h Maywood Ind. J 

Beeler Frederick T, waiter Park Place 

Hotel. I 

Beeler George W, mngr The American In- i 

stallment Co, h 1172 N Illinois. 
Beeler James, painter, h e s Lawn (B). ■ 

Beeler John A, b 150 Bates. 



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uj Beeler Josephine (wid Benedict), h 68 W 

2 South. 

O Beeler Wm G, lab, r 10 Bacon blk. 

T Beem, see also Beam and Boehm. 

a. Beem Cornelius L, lab, h 145 E Merrill. 

lij Beem Seth P, police Union Station, h 124 

J W Michigan. 

u Beer, see also Bier. 

•- Beer Herman, wagonmkr, h 101 Gray. 

Beerbower Anna M (wid Edgar), h 160 E 
St Joseph. 
~^ Beerbower Edgar S, ins agt, b 160 E St 
Joseph. 
Beerbower Edward P, yardmaster, b 5 

Vine. 
Beerbower Ella M, dressmkr 11 Broadway, 

h same. 
Beerbower Ellen (wid James M), h 173 

Mass av. 
Beerbower Matilda (wid John E), h 5 Vine. 
Beerbower Stephen R, carriagemkr, b 11 

Broadway. 
Beermann, see also Behrman. 
Beermann August, carp, h 104 Dunlop. 
Beermann Henry, car insp, h 441 B Mc- 
Carty. 
E Beermann Henry B, elk, h 87 Minnesota. 
W Beermann Louis, carp, h 38 Davis. 
O Beermann Louis jr, carp, b 38 Davis. 

< Beermann Louis, tmstr, b 441 E McCarty. 
Z Beermann Wilhelmina (wid Henry), h 405 

< S New Jersey. 
2 Beers John F, marble cutter, h 21 Omer. 

Beery, see also Barry and Berry. 
iJ Beery Abram B. bricklayer, h 60 John- 
_j son av. 

J Beeson, see also Season. 

^ BBESON HARVEY T, Stndent Indpla 
C Bnalness University, E J Heeb Fres, 
"; AVhem Blk N Penn opp P O; Tel 499. 
i" (See adv cover and p 4 .) 
2 Beeson Jehu W, carp, b 431 College av. 
O Beeson John, porter, b 22 Nordyke av (W I). 
0) Beeson Martha A, milliner, b 431 College av. 
. Beeson Wm D, coffee roaster, h 243 
111 Fletcher av. 



Ed. Sheeee, 362 W. First St. 
INDIANA CEMENT WORKS. 
LAAKMAWN & SHERER, 

CEM H °/V 7"". W ORK 

DoMS IK English Pohtland Cement. 

Cellar Floors, Side Walks and Garden Walks aSpecislty. 

Orders left in Box 35 at Builders' Exchange, 8. W . Cor>. 

Ohioand Penn. Bts., Indianapolii, promptly attended to. 



Beeson Wm M, boilermkr, h 8 Eckert. 

Beever, see also Beaver and Bever. 

Beever Richard T, book binder, h 380 N 
West. 

Beezley John I, driver, h 128 Dorman. 

Begeman Adolph, sculptor, h 88 Benton. 

Begeman Oswln O, mach, b 88 Benton* 

Beggott, see Baggott. 

Beggs James M, engr, h 46 Hoyt av. 

Beggs John J, lab, h 5 Taylor av. 

Begner Wm, watchman, h 1032 E Michigan. 

Behmer August E, mach The Indpls Senti- 
nel, h 67 N New Jersey. 

Behner Peter, lab, b 451 S Illinois. 

Behning August, baker, h 419 N New Jersey. 

Behnke, see also Banke. 

Behnke Charles, saloon s e cor Vorster and 
Post avs (N I), h same. 

Behnke Herman W, lab, h 333 Columbia av. 

Behnke Mary (wid Charles), b 333 Columbia 



Baar. Barr, Bayer, Beyer 



av. 
Behr, see al 

and Byers. 
Behr Lina (wid Charles), h 26 Teiser. 
Behrendt Albert W, ship elk Kipp Bros Co, 

h 252 S East. 
Behrent Charles, express, h 199 Harrison. 
Behrent Frederick, elk P H Krauss, b 173 

Harrison. 
Behrent Henry, hackman. h 173 Harrison. 
Behringer Emmitt E, comp P H Smith, h 

1122 N Penn. 
Behringer Fred, cigarmkr, b 66 N Delaware. 
Behringer Joseph (Groenwoldt & Behringer), 

h 150 Bates. 
Behrmann, see also Beermann. 
Behrmann Herman H, elk, h 146 Lexington 

av. 
Behrmann John, produce E Mkt House, h 

Beech Grove, Ind. 
Behrmaim Wm F, porter, h 132 Lexington 

Behymer A Lillian, teacher public school 

No 1 (H), b 257 Belief ontaine. 
Behymer Frank, county bridge supt 79 

Court House, h 310 Tandes. 
Behymer Omer T, elk, b Grand av (I). 
Behymer R Belle, teacher P S No 2 (H), b 

257 Bellefontaine. 
Behymer Simeon, agt, b Grand av (I). 
Behymer Sylvester, mach, h cor Forest av 

and 22d. 
Behymer Thomas, carp, h 257 Bellefontaine. 
Beiersdorf Ida, stenog, h 194 N California. 
Beiersdorf Leon, meats 56 E Mkt House, h 

194 N California. 
Beigang Charles B, carp, h 253 Jefferson av. 
Bein Charles F, gardener, h W Armstrong 

(N I). 
Bein Frank, gardener, b W Ai-mstrong (N 

I). 
Bein Otto, gardener, b W Armstrong (N I). 
Beinke Christian F, tmstr, h w s Lilly 1 n 

of Rural. 
Beisel John J, cupola tender, h 26 Lee (W 

Beiser Edward, b 456 S Delaware. 
Beiser Henry, cabtmkr, b 423 S Delaware. 
BEISSENHERZ HENRY D, Music 
Teacber 529 N Alabama, b same. 

Beissenherz Henry S, musicteacher 1145 N 

Alabama, h same. 
Beith James B, stenog, r 27 Ft Wayne av. 
Belcher Thomas W S, music teacher 147 

N Penn. h same. 
Belden Charles H, agt A J Conroy & Co, 

h 202 Douglass. 
Belden Jennie, h 41% Virginia av. 



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Beldt Henry, lab, b 111 Orange. 

Beldy Adam, lab, h 112 Shepard (W I). 

Beletzki Joseph A, lab, h 342 E Morris. 

Belka Wm C, lab, h 10 Eureka av. 

Bell Alfred O, tmstr, h e s Baltimore av 
1 n of Blackmore. 

Bell Allison D, elk, h 276 W Michigan. 

Bell Alma C, milliner 639 Ash, h same. 

Bell Anna (wid Mathew), h 60 Chapel. 

Bell Benjamin A ,motorman, h 162 Lexing- 
ton av. 

Bell Bertha, stenogr, b 79 W 5th. 

Bell Bessie, h 172 W Market. 

Bell Catherine (wid James M), h 308 E 
South. 

Bell Charles G, bricklayer, h «0 N Brook- 
side av. 

Bell Charles H, lab, h 240 W Michigan. 

Bell Charles M. brakeman, h 21 Alvord. 

Bell Charles T, condr, b 459 Broadway. 

Bell Charles W, bkkpr M S Huey & Co, r 
433 N Illinois. 

Bell Cora, stenogr, b 459 Broadway. 

Bell Cornelia (wid James H), h 75 Hudson. 

Bell David, lab, b 2S9 Indiana av. 

Bell Edward B, polisher, h 62 Cook. 

Bell Elizabeth (wid Wm. A), h 50 Ellsworth. 

Bell Emily A (wid James B), h 227 E New 
York. 

Bell Esther R, stenogr Holliday & Wyon, b 
112 W Vermont. 

Bell Eva (wid Andrew H), h 217 N Tennes- 
see. 

BBIili FRANK R, Student Indpls Bus- 
iness University, E J Heel) Prcs, 
Wlien Blk IV Penn opp P Oj Tel 409. 
(See adv cover and p 4.) 

Bell George, lab. b 167 Elm. 

Bell George, waiter, r 91 Woodlawn av. 

BELL. GVIDO, Physician OS IV East, Ii 
same; TeX ISl. 

Bell Hayden H, painter, b 323 Jefferson av. 

Bell Isaac, lab, b 119 Darnell. 

Bell Jacob, lab, b 6 Wallack. 

Bell James, lab, h E Chicago (N I). 

Bell James, tiav agt, h 837 N Tennessee. 

Bell James A, finisher, h 105 Weghorst. 

Bell James L, r Moody Blk. 

Bell James M, surveyor, h 44 Tecumseh. 

Bell James W, mach hd, h E Francis (N I). 

Bell Jeremiah, b 93 Clifford av. 

Bell Jessie M, stenog Central States Dis- 
patch, b 79 W 5th. 

Bell John W, lab, h 700 E 9th. 

Bell Joseph C, carp, b 36 Ash. 

Bell Joseph E, lawyer, 77 Lombard Bldg, 
h 19 W Pratt. 

Bell Joseph S, plumber, b 259 Shelby. 
Bell Lewis E, contr, b 308 E South. 
Bell Margaret G (wid Boaz), h 459 Broad- 
way. 
Bell Martha (wid Harry), h 79 W 5th. 
Bell Mattie, h 191 W Market. 
Bell Mattie E (wid Henry W), h 79 W 5th. 
Bell Miletus, grocer 349 Yandes, h 539 Ash. 
Bell Robert C, carp, h 36 Ash. 
Bell R Marsh, tmstr, h 143 Clarke. 
Bell Sadie (wid James), b 1 Centre. 
Bell Sarah (wid Peter), h 167 Hosbrook. 
Bell Sarah B (wid Wm .J), b 36 Ash. 
Bell Squire, lab, h 140 Hosbrook. 
Bell Stanley G, finisher, h rear 227 Virginia 

Bell' Thomas W, painter, b 575 Shelby. 
BELL THOMPSON R, Patent SoUcitop 

64 Insalls Blli, li 539 E AVaslilngton. 

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Bell Wm A, editor Indiana School Journal, 

661/2 N Penn, h 221 Christian av. 
Bell Wm A, mach, b 294 Christian av. 
Bell Wm E, helper, h 91 Woodlawn av. 
Bell Wm H, painter, h 575 Shelby. 
Bell Wm J, plastr, b 637 W Vermont 



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Bellemore Charles L, cooper, h 374 S West. 

Bellemore Scott A, baggageman Union Sta- 
tion, h 490y2 S West. 

Bellemore Wm H, cooper, h 517 S West. 

Belles Alfred G, finisher, h 43 Buchanan. 

Belles Jefferson, bartender, b 85 N New 
Jersey. 

Belles John J, grain, h 304 E Market. 

Belles John R, city fireman, h 71 Elm. 

Bellis Samuel, treas Railway Officials' and 
Employes' Accident Assn, h Richmond, 

Bellis Wm, mach, h 657 N Illinois. 

Bellis Wm K, secy and genl mgr Railway 
Officials' and Employes' Accident Assn, 
h 564 N Meridian. 

Bellis Wm W, mach, h 656 Jefferson av. 

Bellman Joseph, lab, b 235 S Alabama. 

Bellmore Wm H (Walker & Bellmore), h 
517 S West. 

Belman Virginia M (wid James C), h 134 
S Linden. 

Belmont Charles L, cooper, h 374 S West. 

Belnap Charles, fireman, h 585 E Wash- 
ington. 

Beloch Mayer (Greenwald & Beloch), h 141 
Mass av. ' 

BELT RAILROAD AND STOCK YARDS 
CO, AVnii P Ijams Pres, Horace Scott 
Vice-Pres, Robert S McKee Sec, 
Harry D Lane Auditor, Harry C 
Graybill Traffic Manager, Office 
Vnlon Stoclc Yards (\V I); Tel 106. 

Belthiser Sophia (wid John), h 2 Hanway. 

Beltz Prank P, blksmlth 94 W Market, h 
457 N California. 



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Gas and Electric Fixtures 

The Leading Wholesale and Retail 

House in the State. 

Marion Block. 

Cor. neridian and Ohio Streets. 



Toilet Supply Co. & The Diamond Steam Laundry Co. 
John H. Weight, Mngr. Office, 144 Ft. Wayne Ave. Laundry, 167-169 E. St. Joseph St. 



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A1\D COUNSEL im PATENT CAVSES. 

(See adv. page 6.) 
Office :— Rooms 14 and 16 Hubbard Block, S. W. 

Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



Beltz Jacob, plastr, h 85 Stevens. 
Belzer Franlc O, elk, h 47% Brookside av. 
Belzer Otto, porter, b 341 N California. 
Bemis Charles A, mach, b 375 S Meridian. 
Bemis George W, pattemmkr Jacob & Co, 

h 375 S Meridian. 
Bemis John, lab, b rear 614 N West. 
BE:MIS THOMAS (Jacob & Co), Sec and 

Treas The Trirampli Mannfactnring 

Co and Mannlactnrer Qxhanst and 

Ceiling Fans s ^v cor Penn and 

Georgia, li 289 S Penn. (See adv In 

classified Patternmakers.) 
Bemiss Wm H, foreman, b 229 E New York. 
Benbow Miles M, painter J N Millikan & 

Co, h 1501/2 Columbia av. 
Bence, see also Benz. 
Bence Caroline (wid Robert F), h 80 Ash. 
Bence C Edward, elk L, S Ayres & Co, b 

258 Talbott av. 
Bence Elmer, tmstr, b 352 W North. 
Bence Frank S, elk, h 1001 W Vermont 
Bence Jeptha D. sorter, h 258 Talbott av. 
Bender Christian, produce E Mkt House, 

h 1001 S Meridian. 
Bender Conrad, contr rear 28 Water, h 896 

N Tennessee. 
Bender Conrad S. mach hd, h 724 S East. 
Bender George W, supt Chicago div C C C 

& St L Ry, h 330 N Tennessee. 
Bender Robert, tmstr, h 26 Oriole. 
Benedict Charles A, carp, b 200 Columbia 

Benedict Charles P (Benedict & Benedict), 
b 1091 N Meridian. 

Benedict E C, vice-pres The Indianapolis 
Gas Co, h New Tork City. 

Benedict John L. (Benedict & Benedict), h 
1091 N Meridian. 

Benedict Lorenzo, carp, h rear 51 Ash. 

Benedict Olive (wid John A), b 1136 N Penn. 

Benedict Samuel A, h 200 Columbia av. 

Benedict Wm H, collr, b 200 Columbia av. 

BENEDICT & BENEDICT (John L and 
Charles P), Lavryers 33 and 34 Lom- 
bard Uldg. 



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J^j^ 2J3 Belletontalne Street, 

^^J Will furnish estimates on all kinds of 

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Benham Mary A (wid James H), b 3> 

Broadway. 
Beninger John, h 399 Blake. 
Beninger John R, fireman, b 194 Kentucky 

Benjamin Arthur M, student, b 115 N New 

Jersey. 
Ben.iamln Samuel, tailor 11 Madison av, h 

Benner Arthur U, elk, h s s 23d 3 e of Mich- 
igan rd. 

Benner Henry, stone cutter, b 44 liOrd. 

Benner John, foreman, h w s Harding 1 s 
of Terre Haute R R (W I). 

Benner Wm J, coal 185 W 7th, b s s 23d 3 e 
Michigan rd. 

Bennerscheidt Charles, cabtmkr, r 211% E 
Washington. 

Bennerscheidt C August, elk Consumers' 
Gas Trust Co, h 280 B North. 

Bennett Abram, h 1656 N Illinois. 

Bennett Albert, lab, b 120 Darnell. 

Bennett Allen, carpet layer, h 316 Blake. 

Bennett Allen E, engr, h 48 Belmont av. 

Bennett Allen R, lab, b 13 Grant. 

Bennett Alonzo L, yard master, h e end 
Georgia. 

Bennett Amos, lab, h 58 Michigan rd. 

Bennett Bert, waiter, r 70 W New York. 

Bennett Carl H, elk, r Lorraine Bldg. 

Bennett Catherine (wid Abraham), h 171 
Douglass. 

Bennett Charles, barber, h w s Gale 8 n of 
Glen drive (B). 

Bennett Charles L, lab. b 322 Lincoln av. 

Bennett David, lab, b 330 B Washington. 

Bennett David T, trav agt, h 231 S Olive. 

Bennett Bdward H, lab, b 13 Grant. 

Bennett Elbert P, h 24 S Beville av. 

Bennett Eliza E (wid Ephraim), b 449 Cen- 
tral av. 

Bennett Eliza L (wid George), dressmkr 137 
E Vermont, h same. 

Bennett Emery H, painter, h 41 Roe. 

Bennett Ernest, gasfitter, b 791 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Bennett Everett, brakeman, r 188% B Wash- 
ington. 

Bennett Floyd E, millwright, h 15 Belmont 



Bennett Frar 



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Bennett George, lab, b 24 S Beville av. 

Bennett George W, foreman, h 285 N Noble. 

Bennett Gilbert H, teamstr, h 232 W Mar- 
ket. 

B<r.nett Hattie E (wid John), h 391 W New 
York. 

Bennett Hsnry W, pres Indpls Stove Co, h 
567 N Delaware. 

Bennett Horace T, vice-pres Foster & Ben- 
nett Lumber Co, h 765 N Penn. 

Beimett Ira H, carp, b 106 Laurel. 

Bennett James B, carp, h 72 Fulton. 

Bennett Jnmes E. moider. h 6"! N West. 

Bennett Jesse, lab, b 311 W Pratt. 

Bennett John, porter, r 38% S Illinois. 

Bennett John C, carp, h w s Morris 1 n 
Park (B). 

Bennett John H, foreman, h 36 Olive. 

Bennett John J, mach hd, b 161% Mass av. 

Bennett John W, mach hd, h 45 Nordyke 
av (W I). 

Bennett J Wesley, photog 38% E Washing- 
ton, h 762 N Mississippi. 

Bennett Montague G, sawmkr, b 127 W 2d. 

Bennett Nancy J (wid George), b 779 N Mis- 
sissippi. 



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Bennett Nannie (wid Harvey), h ZZ6V2 B 
Market. 

Bennett Philander L, car bldr, h 133 Wind- 
sor. 

Bennett Robert, carp, b 420 "W^ Pratt. 

Bennett Robert E, h 190 Oliver av (W I). 

Bennett Robert R, money brolter 44 Lom- 
bard bldg-, h 429 N Meridian. 

Bennett Ross, engr, r 3S S State av. 

Bennett Susan (wid Joseph T), h 166 Laurel. 

Bennett Theodore, condr, h 181 Blake. 

Bennett Thomas, lab, h 285 W Pearl. 

Bennett Warren G (Totten & Bennett), h 
88 Tremont av (H). 

Bennett Wm, lab, r 10 Frank blk. 

Bennett Wm, lab, h s s W 8th 4 w Canal. 

Bennett Wm B, trav agt, r 28 Commercial 
blk. 

Bennett Wm G, carp, h 130 Larch. 

Bennett Wm G. trav agt, h 45 Paca. 

Bennett Wm H, sec and treas Indpls Stove 
Co, h 431 N Meridian. 

Bennett Wm R, lab, h 13 Grant. 

Bennett Wm S, driver, h 278 E Miami. 

Bennett Zella, b 528% S Meridian. 

Benney Wm C, bkkpr, h E Addison (N I). 

Bennington Jonathan M Rev, pastor Trin- 
ity M B Church (W I), h 64 Arbor av 
(W I). 

Benor Louis, elk, b 360 E New York. 

Benor Morris, clothing 65 S Illinois, h 360 
E New York. 

Benor Paul, elk, b 360 E New York. 

Benskin Thomas J, carp, h 88 Belmont av 
(H). 

Benson Adelbert S (Middlesworth, Benson, 
Nave & Co), sec and treas City Ice Co, 
h 876 N Delaware. 

Benson Anna (wid John A), h s s Washing-- 
ton 3 w Harris av (M J). 

Benson Elisha, porter, r 308% S Illinois. 

Benson Hannah (wid Aaron), h 123 Eddy. 

Benson Harry L, elk Order of Chosen 
Friends, b 143 N State av. 

Benson Hiram, coachman, 358 Park av. 

Benson Isaac, stenog, b 123 Eddy. 

Benson James S, carp, h 138 S Williams 
(W I). 

Benson John S, broker, h 143 N State av. 

Benson Johnson, lab, b 342 Home. 

Benson Joseph, tanner, h 44 Geisendorf. 

Benson Laura T, prin P S No 26, b 327 Ash. 

Benson Leah N, teacher, h 183 N Noble. 

Benson Luther, lecturer, h 873 N Delaware. 

Benson Maggie E (wid Hiram), b 791 N 
Mississippi. 

Benson Malinda (wid Jeffrey), h 131 Dou- 
glass. 

Benson Margaret A (wid Julius), b 176 
Davidson. 

Benson Mayme L, milliner 163 N State av, 
h same 

Benson Naphtall H, stenog L E & W R R, 
b 123 Eddy. 

Benson N Mabel, teacher, b 138 S Williams 
(W I). 

Benson Sarah, stenog, b 183 N Noble. 

Benson Stella, teacher, b 183 N Noble. 

Benson Theresa (wid David S), h 183 N 
Noble. 

Benson Wm C, b s s Washington 3 w Har- 
ris av (M J). 

Bentley Caroline (wid Albert), h 4 Willard. 

Bentlev James D, canvasser, b 135 N Noble. 

Bentley John W, shoemkr 533 B 9th, b 154 
Sheldon. 

Bentley Robert F, fireman, h w s depot (B). 

Bentley Rosa C (wid David), h n w cor 
Gale and Glen drive (B). 



Hadley & Fayi^ 

4OJ2 E. WASHINGTON ST. 

Fire Insurance, Real Estate, Loans 

and Rental Agents. 



Benton Allen R, teacher Butler University, 

h Downey av (I). 
Benton Delia H, stenog C S Warburton, b 

20 W Pratt. 
Benton Eliza, teacher Girls' Classical 

School, b 24 W Pratt. 
Benton George W, collr, h 127 E 6th. 
Benton George W, teacher High School No. 

1, h 420 N Pennsylvania. 
Benton Howard A, elk, h 855 N Meridian. 
Benton John W, trav agt, r 215 N Illinois. 
Benton Justin W, printer Wm B Burord, 

h 84 Paca 
Benton Minnie E, stenog, b 448 W 1st. 
Benton Rachel A (wid Joel C), h 448 W 1st. 
Benton Walter P, Ins, 7 Ingalls Blk, h 127 

Home av. 
Beny Philip, lab, h 17 Agnes. 
Benz, see also Bence. 
Benz Wm G, lab, h 109 Eureka av. 
Benze Barbara (wid Nicholas), h 888 Madi- 

Benzel George, lab h 149 Dorraan. 

Benzel Henry, mach, b 149 Dorman. 

Benzlng Charles W, cigar mnfr, 666 S Me- 
ridian, b 630 same. 

Benzinger August, bricklayer, h 77 Downey. 

BERAUER JOSEPH M, Physician and 
Surgeon, Office Hoors 7 to 9 a m 2 
to 4 and 7 to 8 p m; Tel 11C2, 557 
Madison av, li same. 

Berbage Benjamin, lab, b 7 Young. 

Berberich John L, driver, h 531 E Ohio. 

Berch, see also Birch and Burch. 

Berch Wm B, fireman, h 330 W Market. 

Berdel Barbara, h 45 Beaty. , 

Berdel Louis J, salesman The When, h 45 . 
Beaty. " 

Bereman George W, lab, h 127 King av, (H). ; 

Berg, see also Birge and Burge. 1 

Berg Albert, bkkpr Aetna Life Ins Co, b 188 
N Illinois. 

Berg Augusta (wid Charles), b 332 E Wa- j 
bash. 

Berg Charles A, elk, h 195 W Maryland. 1 

Berg David N, elk State Board of Health, 1 
b 171 W Ohio. ; 



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-''''^-^ Berg Frederick, press feeder B P Fulraer 

& Co, b 524 Park av. 
k^ Berg George F, pressman The Indianapo- 

'^WJ lis S'-ntinel, h 524 Park av. 
)^ Berg Gustave H, electrician, h 291 Ken- 

^ tucky av. 
^^^ Berg Harry F, bartndr, b 195 W Maryland. 
^X^ Berg Henrietta L (wid Henry L), h 456 N 
LT -J California. 

I T 1 Berg Jacob, woodwkr, b 135 B New York. 
►■"^ Berg John F, mach, h 601 Madison av. 
■r -^ Berg Wra L, shoemkr, h 195 W Maryland. 

V J Bergan, see also Burgan. 

'ZZ. Bergan Daniel, lab, b 110 Columbia av. 
^ \ Bergan Edward, lab, b 110 Columbia av. 
^ -* Bergan Frank, lab. b 110 Columbia av. 

^ Bergan Frederick, lab, h 41 Carlos. 
f'^Ti Bergan Patrick, brakeman, b 110 Columbia 

O Bergan Wm F, bkkpr Charles Mayer & 
Co, b 41 Carlos. 
Bergan Wm P, stonecutter, h 110 Colum- 
^ , bia av. 

O I Bergener Gustave J, student, b 282 N IIU- 
<C I nois. 

< ) Bergener John, stonemason, h 286 B St 
V. Clair. 

"^^1 J Berger, see also Burger. 
'>^ ' Berger Ernest, baker 102 S Noble, h same. 

^j Berger Frank, mach, h 9 Wendell av. 
/^^ Berger Fred T (Charles Mayer & Co), h 
1 1 { 324 N Tennessee. 

_- -o Berghaus Wm H, restaurant 364 Mass av, 
I ~r I h same. 
P""^^ Bergholz Charles, drayman, h 32 Smithson. 

V J, Bergmann, see also Borgman and Burg- 



251 W 



Bergmann Caroline (wid Francis), 
Morris. 

Bergmann Charles, driver, b 139 High. 

Bergmann Elizabeth H, h 100 Bradshaw. 

BERGMANN FRANCIS J, Grocer, Mnfr 
of Ijanndry Soap and Sal Soda, Deal- 
er in Alkali and Soap Stock 251 \V 
Morris, Ii same. 

Bergmann George, lab, h 268 S Tennessee. 



DO 

P5 IR\IN ROBBINS & CO., 

p^ Carriages • and • Hearses, 

i- Built, Repaired or Repainted 



■WITH EXTRA CARE AT 



32 E. GEORGIA ST. 



Phone 931. 



322 E Mar- 



Palmer and 



Bergmann George A, coremkr, b 

av (H). 
Bergmann John, lab, h 125 Chadwick. 
Bergmann John H, motorman, 

keL 

Bergmann Kate M. b 100 Bradshaw. 
Bergmann Wm, driver, h 139 High. 
Bergundthal David C, sec and treas Van 

Camp Hardware and Iron Co, h 313 N 

Tennessee. 
Berhold Herman, driver Robert Keller, b 

452 S East. 
Berk, see also Birk. 

Berk Anna (wid John), h 429% S Meridian. 
Berk ChrisUan, engr, h 313 W Morris. 
Berkley, see also Barclay and Barkley. 
Berkley Albert, lab, h 210 Hamilton av. 
Berkley James, lab, h 210 Hamilton av. 
Berkley James, jr, porter J G Connlar, 

b 210 Hamilton av. 
Berkley Joseph M, gas fitter, h 24 Temple 

av. 
Berkman Wm, bartender, b 247 Prospect 
Berkowitz Armin, saloon 484 B Washington, 

h same. 
Berkowitz Nathan, elk, b 290 Virginia av. 
BERKSHIRE LIFE INSURANCE CO OF 

PITTSFIELD, M.4.SS, James Greene 

General Agent, r S, 60 E Market. 
Berlin James T, carp, h 37 N Arsenal av. 
Berlt Charles A (A H Sturtevant & Co), h 

113 N New Jersey. 
Bernard Alexius Rev, 

Union. 
Bemauer Charles A, baker h 302 Cobum. 
Bernauer Edward E, saloon 430 Virginia. 

av, h 216 B Morris. 
Bernauer Joseph, 



BERND BROS (Daniel and Peter), Car- 
riage and AVagon Manufnetnrers GO 
and 71 AV Morris. (See riglit bottom 
corner cards and class Carriage and 
AVagon Mkrs.) 

Bemd Charles, painter, h 575 S Tennessee. 

Bemd Daruel (Bemd Bros), h 63 W Morria 

Bemd George P, blksmith, b 63 W Morris. 

Bemd George P M, wagonnikr, b 63 W 
Morris. 

Bemd Peter (Bernd Bros), h 566 S Illinois. 

Bemdt August F, cabtmkr, h Oakland av 
1 n Clifford av. 

Berndt John, drayman, h ISO Hillside av. 

Bemer Charges F, h 254 Blake. 

Bemer Frederick, vice-pres Hetherington & 
Bemer Co, h 40 Union. 

Berner Frederick jr, treas Hetherington & 
Berner Co, h 1025 N Mississippi. 

Berner Gottlieb, expressman, h 21 Peru av. 

BERNER I/OIJIS, Student Indpls Busi- 
ness University, E J Heeb Pres, 
AVen Blk N Penn opp P O; Tel 499. 
(See ad-F cover and p 4.) 

Bemer Rudolph, bartender, h s w cor Mis- 
souri and Pearl. 

Berner Wm E, woolworker, b 254 Blake. 

Bemethy Nicholas, cooper, b 93 S West. 

Bemhamer Louisa (wid Wm), b 997 N Mis- 
sissippL 

BERNHAMER AVIL,!. F A, Lawyer and 
Title Examiner 20 and 23 Tliorpe 
Blk, ik 348 E New York. 

Bernhardt, see also Barnard and Bamhart. 

Bernhardt Annie E, dressmkr n e cor 
Wallack and Cottage av, h same. 



C. ZIMMERMAN & SONS 



SLATE AND GRAVEL ROOFERS, 

. I 39 South Alabam,: Street. 



DRIVEN WELLS 



And Second Water Welle and Pumpa 
of all kinds at 

Charles Krauss'. 
42s. penn.st. telephone 465. 



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Bernhardt Charles, dairy n s Raymond w 

of S Meridian, h same. 
Bernhardt Charles E, sawmkr, h Summitt 

Bernhardt Ernst, lab, h 504 S Tennessee. 
Bernhardt Frank J, lab, h n s Summitt 3 

w of Holmes av (H). 
Bernhardt John, stone mason, h 75 Shelby. 
Bernhardt John, gardener, h s s Grand 

View 1 w of Holmes av (H). 
Bemhardi; John C, elk, b 75 Shelby. 
Bernhardt Lawrence, stone mason, h n e 

cor Wallack and Cottage av. 
Bernhardt Lawrence, glider, b 75 Shelby. 
Bernhardt Olaf, painter, b 403 Coburn. 
Bernhardt Samuel, lab, b s s Grand View 

1 w of Holmes av (H). 
Bernhardt Wm, peddler, h 142 Eddy. 
Bernhart Frederick, saloon 76 S Delaware, 

h same. 
Bernhart John, h 340 S New Jersey. 
Bernloehr Charles, lab, h 93 Chadwick. 
Bernloehr Christopher, jeweler 43 Russell 

av, h same. 
Bernloehr George, barber 1 English av, h 

same. 
Bernloehr John, baker, b 135 E Washing- 
ton. 
Bernloehr John, plumber, h 153 Meek. 
Bernloehr John :r, produce 31 E Mkt 

House, b 153 Meek. 
Bernloehr Lena (wid Jacob), h 29 Yeiser. 
Berns, see also Burns and Byrne. 
Bems August F, music tchr, r 285 S Penn. 
Berns George W, carp, h 165 S Olive. 
Berns Philopena (wid John), b 144 Madison 

av. 
Bernstein, see also Borinstein. 
Bernstein Bros (Nathan and Moses Z), 

furniture 187 W Washington. 
Bernstein Charles, dairy, w s Sherman's 
drive 4 e of Big Four Ry, h same. 
■ Bernstein Joseph, junk, h 48 Russell av. 
Bernstein Moses Z tBemstein Bros), b 48 

Russell av. 
Bernstein Nathan (Bernstein Bros), h 48 

Russell av. 
Bernstein Simon, peddler, h 77 Harmon. 
Berry, see also Barry and Beery. 
Berry Adrian D Rev, pastor Woodruff 
Place Baptist Church, h 271 Jefferson av. 
Berry Ann (wid Jeremiah), h 279 N Liberty. 
Berry Benjamin F, carp, h 129 Oliver av 

(W I). 
Berry Bessie, h 308 W Court. 
Berry Bros (John J and James E), plumb- 
ers' specialties 113 S Tennessee. 
Berry Charles, lab, b 84 Olive. 
Berry Charles O. wool grader, b 202 W 

W^alnut. 
Berry Clara J ( wid Orla), b 27 Vine. 
Berry Corintha A (wid Frank), h 278 E 

Louisiana. 
Berry Edward C, mach, b 202 W Walnut. 
Berry Edward S, carp, b 26 Minerva. 
Berry Elizabeth J, boarding 67 S Noble. 
Berry Elizabeth M (G D Jones & Co), h 

439 S Illinois. 
Berry Ellen (wid George), h 298 S Tennessee. 
Berry Felix, coachman 672 N Alabama. 
Berry Francis C Rev, rector St James Mis- 
sion Church, r 307 N Delaware. 
Berry Frank D, elk, b 285 Dillon. 
Berry George, waiter, r 248 Fayette. 
Berry George H. cook, h 165 Hosbrook. 
Berrj- George W, h 67 S Noble. 
Berry Henrietta (wid Isaac N), h 202 W 
Walnut. 



G.EKfegelo&Whitsett, (/) 
UNDERTAKERS TO 



123-125 N. DELAWARE. 
PHONE 664. 

Residence C. T. Whitsett, Denison House. 
Prlyate Phone 570. 



Berry I Newton, brakeman, b 67 S Noble. 
Berry Jacob, lab, h 159 S Alabama. 
Berry James, lab, b 24 Columbia av. 
Berry James A, contr 226 Hoyt av, h same. 
Berry James E (Berry Bros), grain r 

Board of Trade Bldg, b 89 Buchanan. 
Berry James E, condr, h 201 Hoyt av. 
Berry Jane (wid Benjamin), h s s 30th 1 

of Tennessee. 
Berry Joel C, molder, h 252 Springfield. 
Berry Johanna (wid Benjamin B), h 

Columbia al. 
Berry John gas fitter, h 43 Carlos. 
Berry John, gas fitter, h 159 S Penn. 
Berry John, lawye'r, h 68 Park av. 
Berry John, lineman fire dept, h 316 S 

Illinois. 
Berry John J (Berry Bros), pattemmkrs 

113 S Tennesse, b 89 Buchanan. 
Berry John M, baggageman, h 178 Hoyt av. 
Berrj- Joseph, ins agt, h 252 Springfield. 
Berry Josephine, teacher P S No 5, b 234 

N Mississippi. 
Berry Katharine (wid Michael), b 89 Buch- 
anan. 
Berry Lettie J, dry goods 201 Hoyt av, h 

same. 
Berry Maria E (wid Daniel O), h 33 College 

Berry Marion, millwright, h 309 E Market. 
Berry Michael, electrician, h 235 W South. 
Berry Orla, barber, b 33 College av. 
Berry Robert C (Green & Berry), h 113 S 

Noble. 
Berry Robert H, finisher, b 33 College av. 
Berry Salathiel, feed 34 Malott av, h w s 

Fountain 3 n Belt R R. 
Berry Walter, lab, r 267 N East. 
Berry Wesley W, lab, b 289 English av. 
Berry Wm, painter, b 432 B St Clair. 
Berrv Wm F, mach, h 552 Broadway. 
Berry Wm H, carp, b 285 Dillon. 
Berry Wm M, sawyer, h 363 English av. 
Berry Willis, lab, b 393 Roanoke. 
Berryhlll Albert, trav agt, r 15 Fletcher av. 



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No. 13 North Meridian St., Indianapolis. 



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SAMUEL LAING 

72-74 E, Court St. TEL. 1428. 



WARWICK H. RIPLEY 



21 THORF-E BLOCK, 

EAST OF POST-OFFICE. 

LAW AND ABSTRACT OFFICE 



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Berryhlll John S (Knefler & Berryhill), 
pres Allison Coupon Co, h 937 N Ala- 

Berryman Edward E, mach, h 602 E St. 
Clair. 

Berryman Nellie, bkkpr, b 366 Cornell av. 

Berryman Presley, blksmith, h 129 Madison. 

Berryman Robert W, collr, b 366 Cornell av. 

Berryman Wm, h rear 602 E St. Clair. 

Berryman Wm H, cooper, h 366 Cornell av. 

Bersch George 'W, trav agt Schrader Bros, 
b 205 Bellefontalne. 

Bert Elizabeth (wid Daniel), h 169 W Mar- 
ket. 

Bert Mollie. b 226 N Illinois. 

Bertell, see alao Bartel. 

Bertell John, shoemaker, 230 W McCarty, 
h same. 

Bertels Andrew, lab, h 342 S Olive. 

Bertels Frank, baker, h 536 S Tennessee. 

Bertels Frank G, bricklayer, b 107 Lexing- 
ton av. 

Bertels George, contr, 107 Lexington av, h 

Bertelsmann Charles, clgarmaker, 264 Mass 

av. h 27 Park av. 
Bertelsmann Henry W, elk, h 26S Mass av. 
Bertelsmann Wm, news dealer, 264 Mass 

av, h same. 
Bertermann Benedict, engr, b 37 Lockerbie. 
BERTERMANiV BROS (Jolin and Wm 

G), Florists 37 and 43 Mass av; Tel 

840; Green Hoase n s E "Washington 

3 e of Rural; Tel 19S. 

Bertermann Edward J, florist, h 184 N 
Noble. 

Bertermann John (Bertermann Bros), h n 
s E Washington, 4 e of Rural. 

Bertermann Wm G (Bertermann Bros), h 
37 Lockerbie. 

Berth "Wm E, sausagemaker, h 330 W 
Market. 

Berting Joseph F, dispatcher, b 217 Tenn- 
essee. 

Bertram George W, tinner, b 77 Davidson. 



FRANK M. DELL, 

Coal, Lime and Cement, 
. Plaster, Lath, Hair, 
• Sewer Pipe, 

Fire Bricit and Clay. 

878 to 400 E. WASH. ST. Tel. 1310. 



Bertram Sallie B G^nion Co-Operative 
Laundry), b 41 Madison av. 

Bertram Wm, carder, b 229 W Washington. 

Bessel John B, baker, h 226 E McCarty. 

Besser Delia O, milliner, h 50^,4 Clifford av. 

Bessick John, motorman, h 258 Alvord. 

Bessonnies August Kt Rev, h s e cor Mer- 
idian and 5th. 

Best Isaiah, lab, h 34 Bates al. 

Best John, carp, h 351 Jefferson av. 

Best Laura, h 167 W Maryland. 

Beston Michael, lab, h S Pine and Noble. 

Beswick Frank, condr, b Lake av (I). 

Beswick John P, condr, h 27 Henry. 

Beswick Margaret (wid Wm J), h rear 256 
S Delaware. 

Beswick Newton, expressman, h 5 Chesa- 
peake. 

Betchel Harry, hostler, h 167 N Tennessee. 

Bethel Wm P, fraraemkr. h 132 Spring. 

Bethmann Ix)uis, lab, h 329 S Missouri. 

Bethruam Alpha, mach, h 33 Ashland (W I). 

Betker Theodore W (Wingerter & Betker), 
h 284 N Meridian. 

Bettcher, see also Boettcher. 

Bettcher Albert H, pattemmkr, b 249 Lin- 
coln la. 

Bettcher Conrad, h 249 Lincoln la. 

Bettcher John, car rep, h 247 Lincoln la. 

Bettmann Charles, lab, b 329 S Missouri. 

Bettmann Louis, lab, h 329 S Missouri. 

Betz Christian F, printer Indpls News, h 
16 Division ("W I). 

Betz Lawrence, plumber, h 140 John. 

Betz Wm B, foreman, b 42 S Tennessee. 

Betzler Charles, painter, b rear 144 Vir- 

Betzner Charles A, mach hd, h 308 Tandes. 
Betzner Sophia A (wid Charles), h 306 Tan- 

Betzner Wm, bartender, b 1 Orange av. 

Beumer Henry, cabtmkr, h 136 Windsor. 

Bevan John, trav agt, h 685 Ash. 

Bevell Allen A, painter, b 74 Torbet, 

Bevell Christian A, carp, h 74 Torbet. 

Bevell Reuben, blksmith, b 22 S State av. 

Bevell Van E, driver, b 74 Torbet. 

Bever, see also Beaver and Beever. 

Bever Sarah E (wid Edward A), h 321 N 
Illinois. 

BEVBRIDGE ALBERT J, Lawj-er r 1, 
3, 3 and 4, IS 1-3 N Penn; Tel 1184; 
b The Denison. 

Beverland John, contr, h 302 Columbia av. 

Beverly Battle, janitor, h 112 Roanoke. 

Beverly Elizabeth, housekpr, 285 Indiana av 

Seville Burton L. elk, b s s E Washington, 
1 e of Belt R R. 

Beville Henry H, real est, ZVz W Wash- 
ington, h s s E Washington, 1 e of Belt 

Beville Mont H, elk, b s s E Washington, 
1 e of Belt R R. 

Bevins Anna, r 60 Ross Blk. 

Bevls Alexander, painter, r 472^4 E Wash- 
ington. 

Bevls Andrew J, produce B Mkt House, h 
E Michigan, e of Belt R R. 

Bevis Clemence V, painter, h 55 Oriental. 

Bevis Jefferson, painter, b 52 Michigan av. 

Bevis John, painter, h w s Sherman drive, 
1 n of Michigan. 

Bevls Mary (wid James), r 472^ E Wash- 
ington. 

Bevls Stewart M, painter, h 393 Lafayette 
R B. 

Beyer, see also Baar, Bahr, Barr, Bayer 
and Byers. 



CLEMENS VONNEGUT 

184 and 186 EAST WASHINGTON STREET. 



CABINET HARDWARE 

CARVERS' TOOLS. Clues of All Kinds. 



McNamara,Koster&Co. 



Foundry and Pattern Shop, 
212-218 S. PENN. ST. 
• • • PHONE 1593 



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N Cali- 
fornia. 
Beyer Elizabeth (wid Julius), h 14 Arizona, 
Beyer Frank A, coachman, 296 W New 

York. 
Beyer Frederick G, elk, h 244 Blake. 
Beyer Gustav, cabtmkr, b 402 N California. 
Beyer John, meat market 414 W North, h 

416 same. 
Beyersderfer John, bartender, b 100 S Noble 
Bezecnik KUian, lab, b 74 Sheffield ave (H). 
Bibbs Boss, lab, b 148 Elizabeth. 
Bibbs Clements, lab, h 148 Elizabeth. 
Bickel Harrison C, trav agt, h 16 Fletcher 

av. 
Bickel Michael J, mach, b 191 Meek. 
Bickers Edward, lab, b 86 Torbet. 
Bickers John P, millwright, h 88 Torbet. 
Bickers Wm H, carp, h 86 Torbet. 
Bickett John H, solicitor, b 230 N East. 
Bickett Mattie M (wid John), h 230 N East. 
Bicklev Thomas, lab, b 211 W Merrill. 
Blcknell Carl, cook, r 201 E Washington. 
Bicknell Ernest P. sec Indiana Board of 

State Charities. 25 State House, b 342 N 

Illinois. 
Bicknerr Alonzo, painter, r 377 N West. 
Biddtnger James H, engr. h 28 School. 
Biddlnger James H Jr, elk, b 28 School. 
Biddle Charles C, mach hd, b 224 Blake. 
Biddle Frank, printer Baker-Randolph Co, 

28 W Maryland. 
Biddle Fred S, photog, 16% E Washington, 

h same. 
Biddle Henry P, packer, h 224 Blake. 
Biddle Olive (wid Stephen),b 26 Eastern av. 
Biddle Stephen V, music teacher 399 N New 

Jersey, h same. 
Biddle Wm S Rev, pastor Blackford st M 

E Church, h 191 Douglass. 
Biddy James M, janitor High School No 1, 

h 242 N Illinois. 
Biddy Lemuel F, janitor, b 242 N Illinois. 
Bidley Wm, artist, h 127 W Michigan. 
Bidner Anna D (wid J Henry), b e s Bel- 
. mont av, 4 s of Washington (W I). 
Bidwell Charles W, carp, h 11 Temple av. 
Bidwell Ellas J, plastr, b 8 Ryan Blk. 
Bidwell Samuel M, painter, r 8 Ryan Blk. 
Blebinger Jacob, grocer n s 30th, 1st e of 

Illinois, h s s 30th, 2 w of Illinois. 
Blebinger Mary A, h 71 W Michigan. 
i;iedenmaster Charles A, musician, h 265 E 

\>w York. 
Biedenmeister Charles A Jr, elk, h 271 S 

Meridian. 
Biedenmeister Daisy, teacher P S No 9, b 

265 E New York. 
Biedenmeister Frederick, bkkpr D H Bald- 
win & Co, h 265 E New York. 
Biedenmeister Mary J, teacher P S No 14, 

b 265 E New York. 
Biehl Nicholas, lab, h 673 Union. 
Biel Frank, lineman, b 286 Virginia av. 
Bieler, see also Beeler and Buehler. 
Bieler Charles L. bkkpr D P Brwin & Co, 

h 41 W Drive (W P). 
BIELER JACOD, Mnsr IndinnnpoIiH 

Itranch Anlieuser-Bnsch Brewing 

Association 434 to 45S IE Oliio; Tel 

1687; h 275 E Ohio. 
Bier, see also Beer. 

Bier Charles E, printer, h 53 Tacoma av. 
Bier John W, foreman, h 34 Temple av. 
Bierbusse Joseph, attendant Insane Hos- 
pital. 
Bierhaus Henrj', teacher, h 733 E Market. 




BIG POUR BUILDING AJVD LOAN AS- I 
SOCIATION. Henry H Moats Acting , 
President, John Furnas Sec, J W^es- 
ley Smith Treas, 68 1-3 E Market; 
Tel 1347. I 

Big Four Route (See Cleveland, Cincinnati, j 
Chicago & St. Louis Ry.) 

Bigelow Eliza J (wid James K), b 21 E 
North. 

Bigelow Ira B, tinner, h 297 Fletcher ,av. 

Bigelow Isaac, cigarmkr, h 125 Martindale 
av. 

Bigelow Isaac K, plastr, b 70 Omer. 

Bigelow Isaac M, tinner, h 70 Omer. 

Bigelow Jesse (wid John C), h 175 Hoyt av. 

Bigelow John S, plastr, h 141 Newman. 

Bigelow Wm H, mach hd, h 739 E Michigan 

Bigger Henry, lawyer, b 329 N Mississippi. 

Bigger Richard F (R H & R F Bigger), h 
301 N Delaware; tel 1023. 

Bigger Robert H (R H & R F Bigger), h 
90 Fletcher av; tel 1090. 

BIGGER R H & R F (Robert H and 
Richard F), [>hy8icians and Snr- 
seons 430 Virginia av; Tel 1090. 

Biggers Charles, lab, b 63 Drake. 

Biggers Mary C (wid James A), h 292 N 
California. 

Biggins Benjamin B, lab, h 263 Shelby. 

Biggins Hugh, porter, h 605 W Vermont 

Biggins James M, trav agt, b 151 N Illinois. 

Biggs Frank, cooper, b 94 Minerva, 

Bigham Alice K (wid Hayden S), h 171 Park 
av. 

Blhlmaier Frank, driver, h 381 W Washing- 
ton. 

Bilby Joseph H, carp, h e s Centennial, 3 s 
Brookside av. 

Bilderbeck John H, lab. h 33 S California. 

Bildhiuser Sophia (wid David), h 2 Hanway. 

Bilflnger Charles W, chemist supt The 
Western Chemical Co, r Michigan, opp 
Tremont av (H). 

Bilger Bros (John and Joseph Bilger), sa- 
loon, 243 N Noble. 



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Wagon JJatiafaetoPers, 

69 AND 71 W. MORRIS ST. 



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MERCHANT TAILORS 



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Bilger Grace (wid Joseph), h 332 E New 

York. 
Bilger John (Bilger Bros), b 332 E New 

Yorlc. 
Bilger Louis, mach, b 332 E New York. 
Billeter Frank E, driver, h 575% E Wash- 
ington. 
Billing Augusta (wid Andrew), h 30 Yeiser. 
Billing Gustave. elk, h 30 Yeiser. 
Billings George M, trav agt, h 335 Belle- 

fontaine. 
Billings, Orville G. elk, r 94 Ruckle. 
Billings Wm, restaurant 13 S Missouri, h 

same. 
Billinssley Denton F (T A Randall & Co), 

h U36 N Meridian. 
Billingsley James H, elk, h 572 Broadway. 
Billingsley John J W, propr The Drainage 

Journal, 41 Baldwin Blk, h w s Orchard, 

1 n of Howland av. 
Billingsley Judson W, student, b w s Or- 
chard, 1 n of Howland av. 
Billingsley Wm, steward, b 81 E "Vermont. 
Billington James W, corr elk Merchants' 

Nat Bank, b Pyle House. 
Billingsworth John W, huckster, h s e cor 

Mississippi and 25th. 
Billman Nicholas, condr, b 336 N West 
Billmire Elizabeth (wid Charles), h W 

Udell (N I). 
Billmire Jeretta C, teacher, b 442 E St 

Clair. 
Billmire Le Roy L, lab, h 442 E St Clair. 
BUlmire Rachel (wid John), h 442 E St 

Clair. 
Bills Charles, cook, r 430^^ Virginia av. 
Bills Charles, motorman, b 505 Ash. 
Bills Ella, music teacher n e cor 25th and 

Central av, b same. 
Bills Hattie (wid Charles), h 799 N Illinois. 



SCHMITT&GUNN, 

FLUHBERS, Q/I5 mb 
NflTURflL QflS FITTERS. 

5 VANCE BLOCK, WASH. ST. SIDE. 

Natural Gaa Supplies. Special facilities for doing Bupe- 
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Bills John, lab. 
Bills Nelson M, 

Hope (B). 
Bills Thomas, printer, h 42 Athon. 
Bills W Thomas, lab, h 319 Jackson. 
Blllter Wm, carp, h 20 Merritt (H). 
Biltimier Henry A, mach, h 326 E V« 
Bilz Joseph, baker, b 280 S Olive. 
Binager, see also Benninger and Binninger. 
Binager Bruce J, bill poster, h 22 Sterling. 
Binager George T, trav agt, h 22 Sterling. 
Binager Vincent B (Binager & Reinert), h 

324 N Alabama. 
Binager & Reinert (Vincent B Binager. 

John G Reinert), broom mnfrs, n e cor 

St Clair and Bee Line tracks. 
Bmford Mary A (wid James N), b 222 N 



Binger Henry, butcher, h 16 Detroit av. 
Bingham Edmund H, reporter The Indpls 

Sentinel, b 546 N Meridian. 
Bingham Frank L, stenog, b 546 N Meridian 
Bingham George M, elk, h 2I6I/2 S Meridian. 
Bingham George U, elk Land Dept Aud- 
itor of State's office 41 State House, h 146 

E Drive (W P). 
Bingham Joseph J, h 546 N Meridian. 
Bingham Perley W, barber, r 175 S Illinois. 
Bingham Wheelock P, elk, b 17 McKim av. 
Binke Herman F, tmstr, h 286 Bates. 
Binkley Benjamin R, mach, h 148 Elm. 
Binkley Edward, finisher, b 148 Elm. 
Binkley Emma (wid John), h 45 Warren. 
Binkley Ernest, ironworker, b rear 310 E 

Washington. 
Binkley Hughritta S, stenog, b 583 College 

av. 
Binkley Martha E (wid Samuel), h 21 

Centre. 
Binkley Wm, actor, b 148 Elm. 
Binninger, see also Benninger and Binager. 
Binninger Frank, lithog, b 663 S East. 
Binsac Anna (wid Wm), h 85 N Noble. 
Binsac Edna B, attendant Pubic Library, 

b 85 N Noble. 
Binzer Dora, dry goods 286 S Illinois, h 

286% same. 
Binzer Michael, dry goods 153 River 

I), h 176% same. 
Binzer Solomon, elk, h 286% S Illinois. 
Birch, see also Berch and Burch. 
Birch Adelaide, h 178 Broadway. 
Birch John, waiter, b 389 N West. 
Birch Mary (wid James), h 82 Torbet. 
Birch Richard E, h 178 Broadway. 
Birchard, see also Borchert. 
Birchard Sarah C (wid Ploudin), b 4 Sheri- 
dan. 
Birchfleld James W, teacher, h n s Stough- 

ton ave, 1 e Woodruff av. 
Birchfleld Mary E (wid James), h n s 

Stoughton av, 1 e Woodrufl av. 
Birck Nicholas, molder, h 35 Carson. 
Birck Peter A, driver, h 366 N West. 
Bird, see also Byrd. 
Bird Aaron, lab, r 45% Virginia av. 
Bird Ann M (wid Abram), h 129 N Illinois. 
Bird Belle T, elocuUonist 235% Mass av, h 

same. 
Bird Douglas G, lab, h 83 Bradshaw. 
Bird Elisha H, h 26 Young. 
Bird Elmer, plumber, h 112 Blackford. 
Bird Frank, pres Frank Bird Transfer Co, 



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PROPRIETOR ST. CLAIR ST. STABLES. Phone 498. 
Surreys, End Spring: Phaetons and Kenslng:tons. 
130 and 132 EAST ST. CLAIR STREET. 



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BIRD PRAJfK TRANSFER CO, Frank 
Bird Pres, Geors'c B Gaston Sec and 
Treas, 115 N Delan-are, Bates House 
and Union Station; Tel 534. (See adv 
in classitled Omnibus Lines and 
Transfer Cos.) 



FRANK BIRD TRANSFER CO. 

) Union Station, 

Offices y 115 N. Delaware and Bates 
) House. 

Stables, 115 N. Delaware. 
Order by j Baggage check- 1 Carriages for Par- 
Telephone ea at ReBi- ties, Weddings, 
Day or Night I dence. | Depot, etc. 

Telephone 534 and 921. 



Bird Gustav A, elk, h 323 S Olive. 

Bird Harry, barber W Udell (N 1), b W 

Addison (N I). 
Bird Henry, lab, h 624 Home av. 
Bird James, lab, b So Howard. 
Bird James D, lab, h 653 Virginia av. 
Bird Mary C (wid Wm A), h 155 Greenwood. 
Bird Morton C, lab, b 26 Young. 
Bird Thomas V, lab, b 26 Young. 
Bird Verner T, lab, b 26 Young. 
Bird Wm C, blksmith, h 235% Mass av. 
Bird Wm M Jr (Wm M Bird Jr & Co), r 

149 E Ohio. 
Bird Wm M Jr & Co (Wm M Bird Jr), 

typewriters, 29 E Market. 
Birge, see als Berg and Burg. 
Birge James A, lamp cleaner, h 157 David- 
son. 
Birge Otis A, photog, b 157 Davidson. 
Birge Warren A, painter, h 125 Dillon. 
Birk, see also Berk and Burk. 
Birk Christian, engr, h 313 W Morris. 
Birk Harvy A, elk, b 294 N West. 
Birk John C, sawgrinder, h 192 Nebraska. 
Birk MarUn, h 294 N West. 
Birk Martin Jr, meat market 298 N West, 

b 294 same. 
Birk Otto E, tailor, b 294 N West. 
Birk Wm M, elk G W Sloan, b 294 N West. 
Birket, see also Burkert and Byrkit. 
Birket Charles T, phys 187 Columbia av, h 

same. 
Birket Margaret J (wid Charles W).b 187 

Columbia av. 
Birkner George H. lab, h 338 Martindale av. 
Birney Wm L,, lab, r 79 W Market. 
Blrrell James, hostler, b 471 S Bast. 
Birt, see also Burt. 
Birt Jabez W, carp, h 27 Orange av. 
Birt John J, varnisher, h 9 Concordia. 
Blrtch Stephen, lab, h 24 Crawford. 
Bischoff George (Bischoff & Fisse), h e s 

Rural, 3 n of Belt R R (B) 



Henry Fisse), feed, 

Belt R R. 
Bishoff Jacob, meats S E Mkt House, h 

New Augusta Ind. 
Bishop Benjamin F, lab, h 231 Huron. 
Bishop Charles T, ins agt, h 564 B Vermont. 
Bishop Edgar S, carp, r 15 Columbia Blk. 
Bishop Edward J, plumber, h 76 Minerva. 
Bishop Ellsworth D, elk, r 383 N Illinois. 
Bishop Frank, lab, b 240y2 E Washington. 
Bishop George, brakeman, h 235 English av. 
Bishop George, butcher, r 180 W Ohio. 
Bishop George W, cooper, h 45 Helen. 



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Bishop Harry W, fire extinguishers 61 

Vance Blk, b Castle Hotel. ^ 

Bishop Henry H, jeweler, 654 Virginia av, ll 
h same. *■ 

Bishop James D, trav agt, h 383 N Illinois. _ 
Bishop James E, molder, h 5 Walker (H). C 
Bishop James L, trav agt, h n s E 24th, 2 e ^ 
of Meridian. G 

Bishop Joel C, carp, h 447 S East. b 

Bishop Lewis, pumps, h 391 N New Jersey. 
Bishop Mollle (wid John L), h 163 W MaiY- ^ 

Bishop Wm, porter, r rear 177 N West ( 

Bishop Wm H, trav agt McKee & Co, r 

136 S Meridian. g 

Bishop Wm J, lab, b 180 Muskingum al. o 
Bisig Andrew, dairy Sherman drive, h ^ 

same (S). sr 

Bisig Andrew J, mach hd, h 86 Bradshaw. < 
Bisking, see Buesking. 
Bismarck G Frederick, phys 45 Gale, h ^ 

same (B). S. 

Blsplinghoff Herman, b 6 Beeeher. 3< 

Blsselberg Christian F, lab, h Trowbridge 2 

cm. S 

Bissell Ann H (wid Alonzo J), h 907 N <» 
Delaware. 

Bissell Charles, gasfltter, b 335 N Missis- . 
sippi. 

Bissell Daniel P, horseshoer 38 S Penn, h •' 
335 N Mississippi. 

Bissell Frederick, miller, b 335 N Mississippi tB 

Bissell John B, baker, b 345 S Delaware. ~ 

Blstline Ai-villa M (wid George W), phys, 
394 N New Jersey, h same. 

Bittenger Jesse "W. collr, h US St Mary. 

Bittner Henry, carp, h 244 W McCarty. 

Bittner Wm A, lab, h 269 W Ray. 

Bittrich Anna, b 94 W 7th. 

Bittrich Wm S, butcher, h 1003 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Bitzer Conrad S, trav agt, h 770 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Bitzer Jacob, janitor, h 32 W Ohio. 

Bivens Anthony, lab. h rear 738 N West. 



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Ayo covysEL m patent cavses. 

Off ice :— Rooms 14 and 16 Hubbard Block, S.W. 

Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



Bivens Reuben, painter, b 556 W North. 

Bivens Susan (wid John), b 23 Douglass. 

Bivens Mary (wid Wm), r 60 Ross Blk. 

Bixby Allan S, mechanical engr, r n e cor 
Holmes av and Frazee (H). 

Bixby Edward K, chief elk Penn Lines, h 
735 N Penn. „ 

Bixler Edward J, car repr, h w s Hope 1 n 
Willow (B). 

Bixler Henry W, car repr, h w s Hope 2 s 
Willow. 

Black, see also Bleck. 

Black Austin, fireman, h 80 Bates. 

Black Burton, lab, b 205 W 2nd. 

Black Carl, lab, b 43 College av. 

Black Carl S. carp, b E Udell (N I). 

Black Charles, lab, h rear 610 N West. 

Black Charles C, engr, h rear 339 N Noble. 

Black Charles H (C H Black Mn"; Co), h 
247 B Louisiana. 

Black Charles S, barber 181 S Mt-ndian, h 
549 E Michigan. 

BLACK C H MNPG CO (Charles H 
Black), Carriage and Wagon Mnfra 
44 E Maryland and 43 and 44 S 
Penn. (See side lines and class Car- 
riage Bliifrs.) 

Black David M, janitor, h 74 Windsor PI. 

Black Frank J, mach, h 702 E Market. 

Black GeoTge S, foreman L G Winn Mnfg 
Co, b Castle Hotel. 

Black (Jeorge W, saw filer, h Francis and 
Michigan 2d (N I). 

Black Grace, teacher P S No 10, b 403 Cor- 
nell av. ,, T, 

Black H Joseph Rev. pastor Grace M E 
Church, h 459 E Market. 

Black James B, lawyer 57 Lombard Bldg 
h 399 N Penn. 

BLACK JAMES S, Voice Bnilder and 
Mnslcal Director 133 E Michigan, h 

Black Jennie M (wid Robert), h 403 Cornell 
•V Black Jeremiah, carp, h 410 Blake. 

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Black John, art glass 159 Mass, h Clifford 
av 5 miles e of city. 

Black John A, h 383 Ash. 

Black Lydia A (wid George H), b 24 N Cal- 
ifornia. 

Black Mark, lab, h 59 Vermont (H). 

Black Mary A, dressmkr 188 S Mississippi, 
h same. 



Black Robert H, polisher. 



1692 Graceland 
h 495 Virginia 



Black Ruth A (wid Washington), h 80 
Bates. 

Black Samuel, lab, h 153 W Merrill. 

Black Thomas F, carp, h 272 E North. 

Black Warren P, fireman, b 177 S Noble. 

Blackburn Cassius, lab, h 374 Muskingum 
al. 

Blackburn Daisy, h rear 240 E Market. 

Blackburn Eugene, elk r m s, r 117 S Illi- 
nois. 

Blackburn George, lab, h 285 Fayette. 

Blackburn George Jr., waiter, r 285 Fay- 
Blackburn John, waiter, r 285 Fayette. 

Blackburn Roderick, lab, h 407 W North. 

Blackburn Wm, waiter, b 285 Fayette. 

Blackledge Albert S, Vice-Pres and Treas 
The Mullen-Blackledge Co, h 973 N Meri- 
dian. 

Blackledge Frank H (Blackledge & Thorn- 
ton), h 205 N Bast. 

Blackledge John W. b 975 N Meridian. 

Blackledge Susan K (wid Thomas), h 975 
N Meridian. 

BLACKLEDGE & THORNTON (FranU 
H Blackledge, Wm W Thornton). 
Lawyers 12 Ingalls Blk: Tel 15SO. 

Blackman Clarence, 



pass agt, h 120 !•> 
Pros- 



Blackman John L.carp. h n 

pect and Auburn av. 
Blackman John L, elk, b 133 Dougherty. 
Blackman Joseph B, smoked meats, 19 E 

Mkt House, h 133 Dougherty. 
Blackman Wm W, elk, h 42 Woodlawn av. 
Blackmore Adeline (wid Edward), b ViZ \V 

3rd. 
Blackmore Charles, lab, b 133 Columbia al. 
Blackwell Bernard P, mach, b 25 Carlos. 
Blackwell Charles, tmstr, h w s Shelby '2 

mile s of Belt R R. 
Blackwell George W. tmstr, h s e cor 

Thaddeus and Cypress. 
Blackwell Harriet (wid Eben), h cor Bani- 

hill and Elizabeth. 
Blackwell Henry, lab, h Finley av 4 e of 

Shelby. 
Blackwell James, lab, b 23 Center. 
Blackwell Jesse, tmstr, h 23 Center. 
Blackwell John, lab, r 279 W Washington. 
Blackwell John, moulder, h w s Waverly 

av 4 s Pope. 
Blackwell John J (Renihan, Long & Co), h 

560 S Illinois. 
Blackwell John I, feed 191 W South, h 

Blackwell John W, Ins agt, b 140 Cypress. 
Blackwell Monroe, lab, b s e cor Thaddsus 

and Cypress. 
Blackwell Nathan, lab, h cor Barnhill and 

Elizabeth. 
Blackwell Nelson J, porter, h 137 Alvord. 



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Blackwell Otis L, bookbinder, li 1109 E 
Washing-ton. 

Blackwell Peyton, tmstr, h 258 W 3rd. 

Blackwell Thomas, lab, h 25 Carlos. 

Blackwell Thomas, lab, b s e cor Thaddeus 
and Cypress. 

Blackwell Wm H, h 319 Alvord. 

Blades Wm H. fireman, r 161 Harrison. 

Blaes, see also Blase. 

Blaes John G, mach, h 61 Eureka av. 

Blaich Catherine (wid Wm), b 127 W St 
Clair. 

Blaich Lydia R, teacher P S No 9, b 232 
Fulton. 

Blaich Mary (wid Gottlieb F), h 232 Fulton. 

Blaich Mary S, cashr The Indpls News, b 
232 Fulton. 

Blain Bridget (wid John), h 205y2 W Ohio. 

Blain Louis, ins, b 129 N Illinois. 

Blaine Charles H, blumber, b 127 Windsor. 

Blair Aaron H (Blair & Failey), h 581 N 
Delaware. 

Blair Amelia (wid John R). h 266 Alvord. 

Blair Andrew J, porter, h 175 W 5th. 

Blair Benjamin, mntgr agt 23 W Mary- 
land, r 491/2 S Illinois. 

Blair Cornelius A, tmstr, h So Wilson. 

Blair Daniel, lab, b 223 W 3ra. 

Blair Esther M (wid Solomon), h 868 N Del- 
ware. _ 

Blair Flora A, h 78 E New York. 

Blair Frank, elk, b 126 S Olive. 

Blair George W, paperhanger, h 620V4 E 

Blair Henderson, coachman 627 N Meri- 

BliAIR ISIDOR D, Lawyer 56 Thorpe 
Blk, b 1« Indiana av. 

Blair James W, tmstr, h 315 W Maryland. 
BLAIR JESSE H, Lawyer 107 Commer- 
cial Club Bids; Tel 789, b 1033 N New 

' U'air Nellie G, bkkpr, b lOV™ Roanoke-. 

Blair Willet B (Blair & Baker), h 226 Ran- 
dolph. 

Blair Wm H, rental agt A Metzger Agen- 
cy, h 120 S Olive. 

Blair Wm M, mach, b 266 Alvord. 

Blair & Baker (Willet B Blair, Wm W Ba- 
ker), livery, 90 S Tennessee. 

Blair & Failey (Aaron H Blair, James F 
Failey), heading-mnfrs, 2 Ingalls BIk. 

Blaisdell Elijah,, watchman, h 57 King. 

Blaisdell Walter B, beamer, h 32 Everett. 

Blaisdell Wm, lab, b 57 King. 

Blake, see also Plake. 

Blake Albert E, transfer agt Frank Bird, 
r 75 Madison av. 

Blake Augustus, lab, h 175 W McCarty. 

Blake Duncan, supt, h 158 Newman. 

Blake Frederick, lab, 269 Coburn. 

Blake Frederick Jr, lab, b 269 Coburn. 

Blake Harrison, peddler, h 173 Harmon. 

Blake Henry, lab, h 25 Wisconsin. 

Blake James, tile presser, h 737 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Blake John S, lab, b 741 N Mississippi. 

JBlake Laura F (wid John), dressmkr 270 
Mass av, h same. 

Blake Lulu, h 239 Shelby. 

Blake Marshall H, salesman, h 200 S 
Williams (W I.) 

Blake Myra (wid Francis), h 1971/, S Ten- 
nessee. 

Blake Raphael E, cook, b 197% S Ten- 
nessee. 

Blake Solomon E, b 177 N Tennessee. 



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Blake Wm W, h 48 Cherry. 
Blake Zachariah T, lab. h 71 Lockerbie. 
Blakely Joseph, barber, h 218 Indiana av. 
Blakeman, Colby C, fireman, h 64 Joiinaon 

av. 
Blakeman Grant, lab, h 108 Maple. 
IlLAKEMAIV ROBERT I Dentist r 17 

and 18 Marlon Blk, b 390 Ash. 
Bla.kemore Edv/ard G, brickmason, b 381 



Blakeney Edward, paperhanger, h 315 N 
Mississippi. 

Blakeney Leonora P (wid John), h 315 N 
Mississippi. 

Blaker Eliza A, superintendent Indpls Free 
Kindergartens, h 1196 N Meridian. 

Blaker Louis J, agt White Line, h 1196 N 
Meridian. 

Blakey Chapman J, lab, h 205 W 4th. 

Blalock Mattie J, dressmkr 171 Mass av, 
h same. 

Blamford Charles, lab, h 288 Indiana av. 

Blamford Raymond, lab, h 288 Indiana av. 

Blamford Robert, lab, h 288 Indiana av. 

Blammer Frederick, student, b 124 Fulton. 

BLANCHARD FRANK A, Undertaker 
and Embalmer 99 N Dela-tvare; Tcl 
Office 411; h 359 N Penn; h Tel 659. 

Blanchfill James E, tel opr, h 90 Paca. 

Blanck Richard, butcher, h 58 Wisconsin. 

Bland M Elwood, butcher, h 44 Lee (W I). 

Bland Wm H, driver, h 119 Buchanan. 

Bland Wm S, driver, h 45 Michigan (H). 

Blandford Henry S, printer 1391/2 W Wash- 
ington, r 90 S Tennessee. 

Blanford Raymond, lab, b 289 Indiana av. 

Blanford Wm, coachman, 516 N Tennessee. 

Blank Adolph G, painter, h 33 Langley av. 

Blank Frederick C, tinner, h 215 S Ala- 
Blank Ida (wid Max), h 409 N Alabama. 

Blankenship Margaret J (wid Wm), h 473 
E Market. 



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» M Blankenship Mary (wid Tobias), h U3 W 

"*! 2 Blankford' Wm, coachman, 500 N Tennes- 

M 3 Bfanton Emma N (wid Alexander M), h 

a S Blanton Llewellyn H, pres Blanton Milling 

.5 g Co, h 596 N Penn. 

M * BLANTON MILLING CO, Llewellyn H 

S£ " Blanton Pres, HnmpUrey R t^vans 
200 AV Maryland; 



Blanton Pre 
See and Trea 
Tel 331. 



00 "o! Blase, see also Blaes. 

" -S Blase Henry, elk, h 169 Union. 

•O § Blase Henry F, driver, b 169 Union. 

P « Blasengym Walter T. waiter, h 454 S 11- 

cS BlL"singliam Edwin C, hostler, h 25U Mass 

"L iSrHelenl T^fd^fohn). h 230 N Cali- 
k*/! Bl'atT Leo A, grocer 440 S Illinois, h same. 

'S ilalJmr^rcar insp, h 2S6 E Merrill. 
5:^ irarit*5l°iSls^.TafVeVr5'9 S Ar- 

^ BfaSvllt^'jane (wid Charles S), h 23 Wil- 

k> BUuvlit Jane E (wid Harry) h 375 E Ohio. 

^> Blaylock Samuel J. jamtor, h 325 W 2d. 

^ ilfc^' Tuk^'t^^C^'ci'^tmkr, h 263 English 
0!) sfe'^k Frederick W, drayman, h 215 E Mor- 
^ Bfidsoe .lames P, motorman, h 750 N New 

Pefeliloe' Martha A (wid Louis S), b 33 
Olive- „, , ^ 

-H l!l!sreinld?m'=(^leistein & Co), h 541 E 
Q Bl°?itein Rachel (wid Peter), h 541 E Ohio. 



Bleistein Titus, express, h 86 Sullivan 
Bleistein Wm H, cigarmkr. b 541 E phlo 
Bleistein & Co (Adam Bleistein. Louis Me- 

dert), cigar mnfrs, 126 N Noble. 
Blenkert Charles J, finisher b 311 E Court 
Blenkert Paulina (wid John), h 311 E Court. 
Bleschke Joseph, lab, h 32 S Beisner (W I). 
Blessing Dow, lab, b w s Illinois 2 n of 

Blessing Peter S, driver Am Ex Co, h 161 
BretpfaeS^e T. driver, h 284 E Ix^uisi- 
Bfeltner John, blksmith, h rear 201 En- 
BUsh Meede S, pres Indiana aiillers' Mu- 
tual Fire Ins Co, h Seymour, Ind. 
Bliss George W (Bliss, Swam & Co), h io^ 

BUss'^H^n^^^R; sec and treas The Sinker- 

)avis Co, I 
Bliss Marion, carp, 

Denny. 
BLISS, SWAIN & CO CGeorgeW Bliss 

aitd Thomas A Swain), Clothing G 

and 8 W Washington; Tel 1030. 
Blitz Adolph, occulist and aurist 2 Odd 

Fellows' Hall, h 282 Central av 
Blizard Silas W, flagman, h 41 Elm. 
Blizard Wm (Ballweg & Co), r 519 N Me- 

Blizard' Charles T, tel opr, b 219 Huron^ 
Blizzard Clyde A, stenog Vandalia Lines. 

BUzzird James L, trav agt h 219 Huron 
Block Clara, teacher P S No 9, b 301 E St 
BSck'"Henry W, foreman h 341 N Pine. 
Block Samuel H, trav agt, b 414 S Illinois. 
Block Vincent, mach. b Brightwood av (B). 
Blodau Robert P, druggist 102 Indiana av. 

h 235 N Mississippi. 
Blodgett Charles W, elk, 
Bfodgett Frederick, supt, h 1020 N Missis- 
Bfodgett Wm H, reporter Indpls News, h 

955 N Tennessee. 
BLOEMKBR ERNST W, Grocer 601 E 

New York, h same. 
Bloemker Frederick E, elk, b 601 New 
B^hm' John W. porter Charles Mayer & 

Co. b 101 Lincoln la. , ,,. xt ii, 

Blonda Harry C, cigarmkr, h 324 N Ala- 

Bloodfaw James, motorman, h Washington 




PATENTS 

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Attorney In Patent Cases. 
I 60 E. MARKET ST., 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



Missis 



Bloom, see also Blume. 
Bloom Edward, carp, h i 

Willow (B). 
Bloom Henry, engr. h w 

Willow (B). 
Bloom Jacob, shoemkr 

Bfo^'Sfjohn, blksmith. h n s Scofield 

of School (B). 
Bloom Samuel (Bloom 
B^om &" sfick (Samuel Blooni. John 

Slack), grocers, s e cor Brightwood 
and Willow (B). 
Bloomer Abram. lab, h 90 Cypress. 
Bloomer Asahel P H, lawyer 
BuJ^mer Da'rid^Tlk. b 46 Woodlawn av. 



s School 7 n of 
Foundry 2 n of 



Mass 



Slack), h Bright- 



25 Baldv 



WEDDING CAKE BOXES 



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21>^ West Washington St. 



Real Estate & Investment Brokers 



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Bloomer Isaac L, lawyer 25 Baldwin blk, 
h 457 N Penn. 

Bloomer Susan A (wid James), h 46 Wood- 
lawn av. 

Blossom Jeremiah A, lab, h 345 Yandes. 

Blount Barbara (wid Silas), h 119 Christian 
av. 

Blount Brazillai M Rev, h National rd (I). 

Blount D Grace, teacher, b National rd I). 

Blount Jane (wid James), b 76 S Judge 
Harding (W I). 

Blount Marvin E, condr, b National rd (I). 

Blount Rollin A, elk, h 72 W 6th. 

Blount Sadie W (wid Robert S), h cor 
Rltter and University av (I). 

Blowers Wm B, trav agt, h 318 Cornell av. 

Blu Uriah L, dentist 117 N Mississippi, h 
same. 

Blue Augustus L,, mach b 2S1 N Noble. 

Blue Charles A, mach, h 64 Birch av (W I). 

Blue Charles G, gas fitter, h 281 N Noble. 

Blue Edward F, stenog Indiana Mnfg Co, 
h 413 N Alabama. 

Blue Elizabeth (wid Cyrus B), b 281 N No- 
ble. 

Blue Gerard, h 498 N Illinois. 

Blue Hiram, lab, h 218 W 2d. 

Blue John, h 6 s Manlove av 2 s Brink- 
man. 

■Bi.VE 1.I1VE, CUanncey R Watson Agt, 
26 S Illinois; Tel 355. 

Blue Peter F, bkkpr, b W McLane (W I). 

Blue Susan A (wid Charles G), h 69 Quince. 

Blue Wm, driver, b n e cor 25th and Cen- 
tral av. 

Blue Wm G, teamstr, h e s Nicholas 2 s of 
Howland av 

Blue Wm J, lab, h 71 Oliver av (W I). 

Bluemel Ernest, lab, h 61 Leota. 

Blum, see also Bloom and Blume. 

Blum John, lab, h 43 Dunlop. 

Blum Samuel, gardener, h s s Raymond 
1 e of S Meridian. 

Blumberg Charles, lab, h 203 Naomi. 

Blumberg John,, com mer 34 S Delaware, 
h 69 N Olive. 

Blumberg Theodore, driver, b 203 Naomi. 

Blumberg Wm, car repairer, h 342 English 
av. 

Blumberg Wm P, driver, b 203 Naomi. 

Blume, see also Bloom and Blum. 

Blume David L, switchman, h 73 N Bel- 
mont av (H). 

Blume Herman, carpet layer, b 457 S Me- 
ridian. 

Blume Julia (wid Frank J), b 46 Clifford av. 

Blume Rufus N, bkkpr A B Gates & Co, 
h 494 N West. 

Blume Sonhia C (wid Hans), h 146 Bu- 
cl. anan. 

Blume Wm, h 286 B Merrill. 

Blume Wm, lab Ell Lilly & Co, b 146 Bu- 
chanan. 

Blumer, see Bloomer. 

Elumlein Adolph F, baker, b 428 B North. 

Blumlein Albert K, baker, h 428 B North. 

Blumlein Louis P, barber, h 615 E Miami. 

Blumlein Otto O, b 250 S Tennessee. 

Blunk David D, collr John Koch, h 374 S 
Illinois. 

Blunk Margaret S, cashr, h 14 Grand Opera 
House Blk. 

Blunt Spencer, lab, b 237 W 3rd. 

Bly David, teamstr, h 319 Fletcher av. 

Ely George, lineman, h 232 E Court. 

Bly Harry, cook, b 194 B Washington. 

Bly John, carp, h 234 Chesapeake. 



C.EI^Pegelo&Whitsett, 
UNDERTAKERS 

123-125 N. DELAWARE. 
PHONE 664. 

BeBldence C. T. Whitsett, Denison House. 
Private Pbone 570. 



Ely John, condr, h 49 Harlan. 

Bly Mary (wid Oliver H P), h 34 N New 

Jersey. 
Bly Matilda C (wid John), h 49 Harlan. 
Blye Nellie (wid James), h 215 W North. 
Blythe Henry F, butcher Robert Keller, b 

547 S New Jersey. 
Blythe Wm M, h 287 N Pine. 
Bcals Thomas, attendant. Insane Hospital. 
Board Ambrose, lab, h 25 Dorman. 
Board Nathaniel, lab, b 460 W 2d. 
BOARD OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, 

43 Court Honse. 
BOARD OF HEALTH AND CHARITIES, 

10 Conrt House; Tel 588. 
BOARD OP PUBLIC SAFETY, 2 Conrt 

Honse; Tel 18D0. 
BOARD OP PUBLIC WORKS, 5 Conrt 

House; Tel 1C19. 
BOARD OP SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS, 

Office Library Bids, s wr cor Meridian 
and Ohio. 



Boatman Frank P, h 299 N New Jersey. -n ^ , 

Boaz BurlLr g, elk R M S, h 323 S Penn. i. ' i 

Bc-AZ Charles G, transfer elk R M S, h 3G0 h i^? 

B McCarty. S C/-3 

John J^ student, r 24% Kentucky av. g -^ J 






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Boaz Mary J (wid Wm), h 321 S Penn. 

Boaz Wm M, trav agt, b 949 N New Jersey. 

Bobbs Free Dispensary, Franklin W Hays 
sec, 45 S Penn. 

Bobbs John A. mach, h 431 Home av. 

Bobb» Wm C, sec The Bowen-Merrill Co 
and treas and mngr Municipal Engineer- 
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Bock, see also Buch and Buck. 

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5J >> Bock Christian, contr 476 N East h 

{f\ 2 Ecck Frank, soldier, U S Arsenal. 

-' g Bock George W. gas fitter, b 476 N East 

«, g Bock Louisa (wid C Henry), h 283 Da\^d 

^ Bockhote Wm F, State salesman The Na 
-Ui • tional Cash Register Co, office Park The 
^ tin ater Bldg, h 15 West drive (W P). 
bt\». Bockoven Charles F, stair buildei 
••«riS Clifford av. „ ,„. 

l^ »^ Bockstahler Alma, music teacher 410 S Illi- 
^ ^ nois, h same. ,, . 

■*■ O Bockstahler Charles F, baggageman Umon 
, ** Station, h 8 Carlos. 

O f\» Bockstahler Sophia (wid Martin), b 410 S 
^ *4 Illinois. 

1... ri Bockstahler Wm H, elk, h 75 Madison av. 
Boden Emma (wid Walter), domestic, 784 
N Penn. 

* ^-~' BodenmlUer Frederick, printer, b 303 E St 

Clair. 
Bodenmiller Louisa (wid Leonard), h 303 E 

St Clair. 
Bodine Alva A, barber, h e s Michigan rd 

7 n of Fall Creek. 
Bodine James E (J E Bodine & Co), h s43 

N New Jersey. 
BODINE J E & CO (Jnmcs E Bodine, 
FranU T Mcanlddy, .Tolm R B Ran- 
som, Thaddeus O Randolpt), Dental 
and Barber Supplies 37 and 29 Cir- 
cles Tel 1604. 
Bodora Jacob, peddler, b 2 Willard. 
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«^ Q Bodtke Albert, harrcssmk 

Uj-ttl Boecher, see also Becker. 

fl -v t Boecher Henry, meat mkt 549 N West, 

^*^ (n same. 

^^ ~ Boecher Oscar H, musician, b 549 N West 
"^ 2 Bceckling Anthony, h 52 Highland pi. 

D: Boeckling Anthony R, b 52 Highland pi. 
•^■m 3 Bceckling Arthur, carp, b 52 Highland pi. 

Srf iL Bceckling August C, b 52 Highland pi. 

px Boeckling George A (R H Strouse & Co) 

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CB •« pi- 

^ K Boehm, see also Beam. 
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Eoehra August, elk J T Power, b 190 Ken- 

Boehnf Caroline (wid John), h ^ ^T^. 
Bcehm John, baker, h 1019 E Washington. 
BoehS Joseph F, lab, h w s Excelsior av^2. 
Boehm^Joleph FT'lab, b 1019 B Wagiington. 
Boehm Raymond J, cabtmkr^ b 42 Lord. 
Boeldt, see also Boldt and Bolte. 
Boeldt August C, car rep, h20D Orange. 
1 oeldt Charles W, carp, h 769 b Ji,ast. 
loldt Elizabeth wid Henry) b 111 Orange. 
Boeldt Frederick H, car rep h 101 S Linden. 
Boeldt Joachim, drayman, h 57 Downey. 
Boeldt Wm G, drayman, h 71 Do-n-ney. 
Bceling Frederick P, baker 346 Indiana a^ , 

T?r eline Peter, b 442 W 1st 
ioen Annr(wid John), h 512 N West 
Boer Patrick, lab, b 23 Kentucky av. 
Boerum Mary (wid Joseph S), h 414 N Dela- 

B^etefsee also Baase, Basey aJid Bose. 
Ecese ChristiaJi H, foreman, h 272 E Court 
Boese George W, elk, r 12% N Delaware. 
Boese Henry C, driver Adams Ex Co, h 26i 

N Ijberty. 
Boese Julia, h 128 S East 
Boettcher. see also Bacher, Bettcher and 

B^ttchlr August W. mach hd, h E Francis 

Boettcher Frederick A, meats 77 E Mkt 

House, h 150 Randolph. r— ..^^ 

Boettcher Henry, teamstr, h 217 Le Grand 

Bceitcher John, sawyer, b 69 Oriole. 
Boettcher Rudolph, meats 350 Virgmia av, 

h same. „ . ._, ,- 

Bofto Jacob, janitor State House, h 38« N 

West „ „ 

Began Charles, lab, h 21 Sumner. 
Bolan Patience (wid Wm), h 33 Howard. 
Began Wm, lab, h 33 Howard. 
Bolard George, lab, h 269^4 E Washington. 
Bogardus Charles H, butcher, h 646 S Me- 

Bogardiis Edward D, foreman, h 373 Talbott 

Bogardus Wm B, carp, h 55 N Linden. 
Bogart Stephen J, trav agt, h 1179 E Wash- 

Bogel""Fredericka (wid George), h 439 S 
Delaware. _ , 

Bogel Wm H, lab, b 115 Eddy. 

Bcgert Amanda (wid George), b e s Ellis .: 
n of Clifford av. 

Bogert Edna dressmr, h 444 E McCarty. 

Bogert George T, molder, b 162 Patterson. 

Bogert Jacob, elk, b 364 N Mississippi. 

Bogert James, trunk nrnfr 40 W Washing- 
ton, h 364 N. Mississippi. 

Bogert Ralph E, trav agt h 513 Ash. 

Bogert Stephen, trav agt, h 1179 E Wash- 

Bogert°'wm J, trunkmkr, h 1125 E Wash- 



same. 
Boggs Anna M (wid W 
Boggs Curtis, fireman 



Boggiano Antoinette, conf 190 S Illinois, h 

A), h 735 N Penn. 
_ 30 Eastern av. 

Boggs George, painter, b 100 Bright. 
Boggs Harry, painter, b 100 Bright 
Boggs Henrv C, papermkr, h 5 Minerva. 
Boggs John A L, fireman, h 42 S State av. 
Boggs Mahlon, elk, h 30 Eastern av. 
Boggs Mattie (wid Peter M), h 331 S Penn. 
Boggs Newton, engr, h 333 S Penn. 



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Boggs Thomas J, lab, b 331 S Penn. 

Bogie George, lab, h 236 W 5th. 

Bogren John C, mach hd, h 197 Michigan 

(H). 
Bchannou Ambrose G (Bohannon & Mc- 

Vey), h 48S N Mississippi. 
Bohannon Edward, lab, h 62 S Bismai-k av 

(W I). 
Bohannon & McVey (Ambrose Bohannon, 

Oscar L McVey), livery 163 W. Washlng- 

Bohdenberg Wm, truckman, h 316 Bates. 

Bohl Joim P, shoeHtter, r 105 N New Jer- 
sey. 

Bohlen, see also Bolan and Bolen. 

Bohlen Andrew J, mach hd, h 1 Geneva (W). 

IIOHLBN D A & SON (Oscar D Boblen), 
.'Lrehltects 16 and 17 Brandon Ulk, 
!).% K AVashingrton; Tel 2Ga. 

Bohlen Frances (wld August D), h 412 
Broadway. 

Bohlen Oscar D (D A Bohlen & Son), h 350 
Broadway. 

Bohlinger Joseph, lab, h 234 S West. 

BOHMIE: JOHN M, Carriage and Wag- 
on Mnfr 233 and 325 E AVashington. 
Ii ,"!«4 Union. (See adv in classified 
Carriagemaliers.) 

Bohn, see also Bone, Bowen and Bowne. 

Bohn Armin, elk, h 19 Hall pi. 

Bohn Arthur (Vonnegut & Bohn), h 293 N 
Mississippi. 

Bohn George R, bartender, h 338 N Liberty. 

Bohn Joseph, saloon 2 Warman av (H), h 

Bohn Julia (wid Gustav), h 172 Duncan. 

Bohne Charles W, gardener, h 750 Shelby. 

Bohne Lucy (wid Henrj-), h 750 Shelby. 

Bohnstadt Charles, driver, h 29 Carlos. 

Bohnstadt Charles J, mail agt, h 310 
Fletcher av. 

Bohren Frank C, printer, b 136 Oliver av 
(W I). 

Bohrman Frederick, butternikr, b 122 S 
Noble. 

Boice, see also Boyce. 

BOICB AUGUSTIN, Lawyer IS 1-3 N 
Meridian; Tel 502; U 375 N Delaware. 

Bolcourt Charles J, elk, h 299 Bellefontalne. 

BOICOURT GEORGE W (Boiconrt, 
Tyner & Co), U 922 N New Jersey. 
(See adv bacl£ cover.) 

Bolcourt Silas A, lab, b 27 Geneva (W). 

BOICOURT, TYNER & CO (Zacliarlali 
T Bolconrt, Frank Tyner, George AV 
Bolcourt) Monnments and Statnary 
:S4 and 3G Mass av; Tel 998. (See adv 
bael£ cover.) 

BOICOURT ZACHARIAH T (Bolconrt, 
Tyner & Co), b 924 N New Jersey. 
(See adv back cover.) 

Bokeloh Ada (wid John F), h 112 Spann av. 

Bokeloh Henry, engr, h 8 Hoyt av. 

Bokenkrager Charles H, cabtmkr, h 16 Ar- 
bor av (W I). 

Bolan, see also Bohlen and Bolen. 

Bolan Edward E, plumber, b 49 Henry. 

Bolan Ellen (wid Michael), h 49 Henry. 

Bolan Michael, lab, b 49 Henry. 

Boland Hermann, lab, b 14 Gent (N I). 

Boland Kells H (National Surgical Insti- 
tute), h Atlanta, Ga). 

Bolander Charles, hostler, h 29 Quince. 



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Bolander George J, bartender, b 131 S. 

Linden. 
Bolander George W, grocer, 75 Hill av, h 

same. 
Bolden Lincoln, lab, b 15 Sumner. 
Boldt, see also Boeldt and Bolte. 
Boldt Frederick H, tmstr, b 101 Lincoln la. 
Boldt George J, lab, h 241 Orange. 
Bolen, see also Bohlen and Bolan. 
Bolen Belle (wid Wm), h 194 N Delaware. 
Bolen Florence (wid George), b W Arm- 
strong (N I). 
Bolen P>ank B, policeman, h 334 Douglas. 
Bolen George, lab, h 18 Eckert. 
Bolen Will N, printer, b 194 N Delaware. —— - 

Bolen Wm, porter, r 219 W Ohio. ^^nl 

Boles James, tmstr, h e s Sylvan 4 s of | 

Sycamore. IH^B 

Boles Thomas, tmstr, h 336 S State av. | 

Bolg John M, dyer John C Brill, b 1185 N ^IBM 

Illinois. n^H 

Bolin Charles, lab, b 120 S New Jersey. I I I 

Bolin George, molder, h 105 Shepard (W I). I 'I 
Bolin Margaret (wid John), dry goods 398 hhi 

S Tennessee, h same. .^LJ 

Bolin Roger M, grocer, 552 S West, h same. ^^^ 
Bolin Sidney J, elk, b 552 S West. 
Bolinger Dennie B, trav agt, b Spencer ^ 

House. A 

Bolinger Ezekiel, foreman, h 8 N Rural. S 

Bolinger John, lab, h 48 Gresham. Pi 

Bolinger Joseph, lab, h 234 S West. J H 

Bolinger Lula (wid Jacob), r 123 W 7th. g 

Boiler, see also Bowler. W M 

Boiler Anna, teacher P S No 6, b s e cj>r n ^ 

Donnan and Vermont. " >- 

Boiler George, painter, b 282 N Pme. Z 

Boiler Kate, dom, 169 Bellefontalne. ^ Z 

Boiler Peter, painter, h 282 N Pine. „ T 51 

Boiler Thomas, lab, h 66 Mankedick. " £ «^ 

Bollier Adolph G, uphlr, h 112 Gillard av. 11 u* " 
Bollinger George A, brassmolder, h 413 E 2 ^ ^ 

Bollinger^Harry P, butcher, b 413 B Mc- {J M g 

Carty • "^ 

Bollinger Henry M, engr, h 413 E McCarty. ^ K ^ 

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I Bolser, see also Balser. 
Bolser Charles, elk, b Ritter av (I). 
' Bolser Harry, brakeman, h 78 s Judge 
Harding (W I). 
BOLSER SID, Saloon 27 S Penn, li 350 

E Georgia. 
Bolte, see also Boeldt and Boldt 
Bolt Egide, lab, b 7 Walker (H). 
Bolte Henry F, sawmkr, h 253 N Liberty. 
Bolte Henry W, truckman, h 65 Cincinnati. 
Bolton Frank T (Bullock & Bolton), h 17 

Eureka av. 
Bolton James P, switchman, h 43 N Hard- 
ing (W I). 
Boltz Wm, baker, r 31 Madison av. 
Bombarger, see also Bamberger. 
Bomberger David E, r 7iy2 N Illinois. 
Bombarger Jacob E, mgr Indpls Dist Tel 

Co, h 46 Camp. 
Bomer Robert, lab, h 77 Columbia al. 
Bommeyer Jennie (wid Charles), b 116 In- 
diana av. 
Bond Charles, plumber, b 71 S Summit. 
Bond Fred, car insp, h 71 S Summit. 
Bond George, r 951/2 N Delaware. 
Bond George T, engr, h 78 S Missouri. 
Bond Harry D, trav agt, h 129 W 12th. 
Bond Oliver, lab, b 19 Columbia al. 
Bond Pleasant, ins 24 Vance blk, h 446 
Park av. 
' Bond Sarah L (wid Riley), h 203 Newman. 
' Bonds Jonas, lab, h 24 Mulberry. 
; Bone, see also Bohn, Bowen and Bowne. 
Bone Charles A, stage mechanic Empire 
Theater, 29 Franks blk. 
I Bone Edward, painter, b 9 Franks blk. 
■ BONE FRED W, Student Indpls Bnsl- 
: ness University. E J Heeb Pres, 
I ^Vllen Blk N Penn opp P O; Tel 4<J0. 
; (See adv cover and p 4.) 
I Bone George W, elk MummenhofE & Co, h 

117 Lexington av. 
' Bone Henry W, lab. h 394 W North. 
i Bone James M, trav agt, h 431 Indiana av. 



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Bone James S, stage hd Empire Theater, 
29 Franks blk. 

Bowe Jesse D, trav agt, b 431 Indiana av. 

Bone Lena (wid Wm), h 9 Franks blk. 

Bone Wm M, trav agt R S McKee & Son, 
h 77 Shepard pi. 

Bonebrake James A, motorman, h 316 W 
McCarty. 

Bonefield Joseph, lab, b 258 E Georgia. 

Bonesteel Wm C, barber, 606 S Meridian, 
h same. 

Bonewitz Helen (wid Oliver P), h 20 Broad- 
way. 

Bonewitz Winifred E, teacher, b 20 Broad- 
way. 

Bonham Charles O, washer, h 231 E Ohio. 

BOIVUA3I EVAN A, State Mngr Pre- 
ferred Mutual Accident Association 
of New York, r 15 and 10, S4 E Mar- 
ket; Tel 7!»7i h 100 English av. 

Bonham Mamie C (wid Willis Hj, b 139 N 
Delaware. 

Bonham Mary, stenog Evan A Bonham, b 
100 English av. 

Bonham Morton P, engr, b 6 Greenwood. 

Bonham Winnie E, stenog Evan A Bon- 
ham, h 100 English av. 

Boniface John, lab, h w s Baltimore ar 1st 
n Brinkmau. 

Bonifleld L Franklin, fitter, h 33 N MoLain 
(W I). 

Bonke Charles F, lab, h 92 Kansas. 

Bonke Robert R, grocer, 152 Church, h 
same. 

Bonn, George, lab, b 114 Buchanan. 

Bonn Peter J, elk The When, h 427 Cen- 
tral av. 

Bonn Philip, mach, b w s Gale, ii Brinkmau 
(B). 

Bonnell Benjamin F, mnfr Bed Springs 169 
S East, h same. 

Bonnell Edward R, elk C C C & St L Ry, b 
cor Illinois and St Clair. 

Bonner Ann (wid David), h 64 Smith. 

Bonner Cornelius, pdlr, h 52 S California. 

Bonner Mont, lab, h 54 Smith. 

Bonner Wm F (Sourwine & Bonner), h 108 
S McLain (W I). 

Bonnett Ernest, elk, r 651 N Illinois. 

Bonnett Jacob L, saloon, 32 Malott av, h 154 
Cornell av. 

Bonowskl Felix (Felix Bonowski & Co), h 
141 High. 

Bonowski, Felix & Co (Felix Bonowski, 
August and .Andrew Angrick), meats, 
9 Prospect and 72 E Mkt House. 

Bonsack John R, carp, h 96 Greenwood. 

Bonsall Marie E, actress, b 116 Highland pi. 

Bonser Frank C, collr, h Auburn av (W). 

Bonser Hattie A (widow Wm C), h 127 N 
Alabama. 

Bonzheim Wm, bartender, b 266 B W?ish- 
ington. 

Bonzhoff Martin, mach, h s w cor Eastern 
av & Ohio. 

Booes Benjamin F. bartender, b 332 B St. 

Booker Charles W, brakeman, h 1081 W 

New York. 
Booker James H, porter, r 84 S Illinois. 
Booker John, lab, h 154 Gresham. 
Booker Stark, lab, h Prospect st add. 
Bookhorst Henry, elk, b 235 E South. 
Bookwald Henry, lab, h E Francis (N I). 
Bookwalter Charles A, sec the Indiana 
Society for Savings, treas Indpls Lath 

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Bookwalter Sarah A (wid John), h 262 N 

East 
Boone Charles, lab. b 280 Blackford. 
Boone Daniel, lab. b 265 Shelby. 
Boone Frank M. furniture 19S Mass av, h 

75 Orange. 
Boone Frank T, carp, b 25 S East. 
Boone Gabriel, lab, h 265 Shelby. 
Boone James A, carp, h 128 Williams. 
Boone Josie, bkkpr, b 71 Louisa. 
Boone Mollie A (wid Samuel), h 31 Poplar. 
Boone Peter, carp, h 35 Camp. 
Boone Susan (wid Francis M), h 71 Louisa. 
Boone Thomas J, barber, h 180% B Wash- 

ingrton. 
Boone Willis N, fireman, h 484 S New 

Jersey. 
Boose Charles E, condr, h 142 Pleasant. 
Boose Wm G, brakeman, b 142 Pleasant 
Boote Daniel, City Reporter R G Dun & 

Co, h 340 E 10th. 
Boote Fannie M, stenog, b 340 B 10th. 
Bootes Jesse B. dentist, b 117 N Missls- 

sippL 
Bootea Wm B, furnace fitter, h IS Stevens 

Pl. 
BOOTH BENJAMIN, Public Acconnt- 

ant 73 Vance Blk, U same. (See top 

lines.) 
Booth Cyrus M Rev, h 178 Brookside av. 
Booth Edwin, sawyer, h 343 Mass av. 
Booth Elbert L, sign painter N Y Store, h 

178 Brookside av. 
Booth Erastus L, phys Cyclorama bldg, h 

128 W Vermont. 
Booth George W, decorator, h 48 Ash. 
Booth Ira, lab, h SO S Delaware. 
Booth John, mach, h 59 Pierce. 
Booth John jr, supt Herman Lauter, h 32 

Yandes. 
Booth John L (Booth's Stable), b 128 W 

Vermont. 
Booth John S (Booth & Blstun), h 31 Park 

Booth Joseph C, lab, b 27 Mayhew. 

Booth Joseph P, blksmith, h 198 Douglass. 

Booth Letitia M, teacher, b 568 E Wash- 
ington. 

Booth Louise (wid James), h 240 S Tennes- 
see. 

Booth Mary F (wldl Elisha), b 317 E St 
Clair. 

BOOTH'S STABLES, (John 1/ Booth, AI- 
plionso Scbariuanu), Livery SO and 
S3 W Market; Tel 1001. 

Booth Wm, fireman, h 79 Springfield. 

Booth Wm F, lab, b 240 S Tennessee. 

Booth & .Elstun (John S Booth, Frank M 
Blstun), Real Est 77 B Market. 

Boothby Arthur, draughtsman Dean Bros 
Steam Pump Works, h 178 Christian av. 

Boots Benjamin P, bartender, h 332 E St 
Clair. 

Boots Newton J, lab, h n w cor Fremont 
av and Grand View (H). 

Boots Wm, b 332 B St Clair. 

Booz Edward G, oysters 246 S Meridian, h 
423 Belletontaine. 

Bopp Bertha, teacher P S No 17, b 666 N 
Mississippi. 

Bopp Emma, teacher P S No 6, b 666 N 
Mississippi. 

Bopp Lena (wid Christian), h 666 N Mis- 



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Borch Clarence, watchmkr John Wimmer, 

h 132 N Tennessee. 
Borchardt Albert, propr Mueller's Hotel 215 

S Alabama. 
Borchardt Louis A, lab, b 215 S Alabama. 
Borcherding Henry, cabtmkr, h 569i,4 B 

Washington. 
Borchers Charles A, train dispatcher, b 

346 N Mississippi. 
Borchers Herman, carp, h 346 N Mississippi. 
Borchert, see also Birchard. 
Borchert Amelia, nurse, b 194 E Michigan. 
Borchert Clara, h 605 N Mississippi. 
Borchert Minnie, b 605 N Misssissippi. 
Borchert Sarah, b 605 N Mississippi. 
Borchten, George, marketer, b 14 Torbet. 
Borde Philip, cabtmkr, h 127 Maple. 
Bordenkecher Andrew, finisher, h 305 Al- 

vord. 
Bordenkecher Chai-les T, toolmkr, h 14 

Douglass. 
Bordenkecher George J, driver, h 123 Ft 

Wayne av. 
Bordenkecher Joseph, boilermkr, b 236 N 

Pine. 
Borell Louis, lab, b 41 Helen. 
Boren Pholena, dressmkr, 17 Stewart pl, h 

Borgerding Frank H, shoemkr 256 E Mo- 

Carty, h 356 S New Jersey. 
Borgerding Henry, elk, h 356 S New Jer- 

Borgert Annie (wid Anton), h 744 S Mer- f^ ^ 
idian. r- ' 

Borgert Edward, uphlr, b 744 S Meridian. ^ 

Borgert Henry A, elk H Lieber Co, b 744 tg 
S Meridian. 

Borgert Wm, tailor, b 744 S Meridian. 

Borgmann, see also Bergman and Burg- 

Borgmann Henry, lab, h 181 Pleasant. 
Borgmann Henry, lab, h s s Huggms, 

Pike 4 e of Belt Ry. 
Borgmann Herman, tmstr, h s s Huggins, 

Pike 1 e of Belt Ry. 
Borgmann Wm, bartender, b 8 John. 






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fj) Q ° Borgmann Wm, mason, h 237 English av. 

rS ?'-' Borgor Conrad J, uphlr, b 191 Orange. 

J:r •>(,,,• Borgor John W, tmstr, h 191 Orange. 

►-3 "' Boring Edward E, plastr, h 400 W 1st. 

CO in Boring Bphraim, plastr, h 345 N West. 

_ " Boring Ephraim jr, plastr, b 345 N West. 

C^J Boring Jacob, lab, h 35 Belmont av (W I). 

^B , Borinstein, see also Bernstein. 

Um3 Borinstein Abraham, h 136 Eddy. 

^ ^ BORIIVSTEIIV A. Dealer in Rags, Paper 

^^Z Stock, Old Metal, Rubber, Scrap 

^^C Iron, Eltc, 109 to 115 S Kast; Tel 5S(i; 

■»>_ In 314 S Illinois. 

QC Borinstein Joseph, mngr A Borinstein, h 314 

^i^^M S Illinois. 

OC^ Borinstein Moses, lab, h 105 Eddy. 

jM«^ Borinstein Simon, lab, h 98 Eddy. 

■"■■■ Borman Charles E, city agt McKee & Co, 

^ "^ h 254 Charles. 

^■"^Bcrman Engle (wid Ernest), h 252 Union. 

c/3 Borman Wm E, sawmkr. b 252 Union. 

Oi Bcrraan Wm F, checkman Union Station, 

W h 110 W Ray. 

Oi ' Bom Frank S, elk, b 121 W 7th. 

fa • Born Frederick, grocer 3 Shelby, b 65 Wil- 

(-" (T low. 

O R Bern Frederick W, cooper, b 251 S West. 

■< '-' Born Heary L, elk Born & Co, b 121 W 7th 

(JU . Bom Henry, b 174 W Ohio. 

C3 . Born Jacob, flagman, b 890 W Washington. 

Z Bom John, Cooper, h 251 S West. 

<) Bom Joseph, foreman, h 55 Willow. 

E Bern Nicholas, lab, h 29 Alvord. 

Bern Valentine (Born & Co), h 121 W 7th. 
UjEcrn Wm, lab, h 23 Chadwlck. 
^p^ Bom Wm F, h 269 S ^Vest. 
^■^ BORN & CO (Valentine Born) Fnrnl- 
^S^ tare, Carpets, Stoves and House 
"^~ Fnrnislilns Goods 97 and 99 B3 
^■^IP Washington; Tel 213. 
y^i^» Bornaman Charles H, lab, h w s Harmon 
■^^™ 1 n of E Michigan. 
t3L— Bornkamp Christian F, sawmkr, b 69 Chad 

^j^Bcrnkamp Wm, h 69 Chadwick. 

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Bornkamp Wm P, elk E C Atkins & Co, h 

20 Division (W I). 
Bornman Henry L, handlemkr, h 739 S 

Meridian. 
Bornstein Louis, peddler, h 344 S Delaware. 
Bernstein Wm, wood carver, h 125 Eddy. 
Borse Charles, lab, h rear 98 Yandes. 
Bcrshelm Alfred, jeweler Dyer & Matru- 

moto, b 108 Highland pi. 
Ecrst EmU (Borst & Son), h 36 Kansas. 
Bcrst Frederick J (Borst & Son), h 76 Kan- 
sas. 

]>rngs, Paints^ 
c cor Meridian 

and Russell av; Tel G40; b same. 
Borst Harry J, elk, b 76 Kansas. 
Borst & Si n (Frederick J & Emil) meat 

mkt, 616 S Meririan. 
Bcrtleiu John, lab, b 68 Hadley av (W I). 
Bcrtlein John B, lab, h 68 Hadley av (W I). 
BOS JACOB, Wholesale AVines and 

Liquors 35 and 37 S Delaware; Tel 

1069; b 168 Union. 
Eosan Shelby, lab, h 199 Middle. 
Bcsard Edgar M, photog, h 256 W St Clair. 
Bos art Timothy L, h 1872 E Washington. 
Bosdorfer Wm, cigarmkr, b 289 River av 

(W I). 
Bcfe, see also Boete. 
Bose Henry, carp, h 166 Harrison. 
Bose Henry A, driver, h 35 W Morris. 
Bose Wm H, elk, b 58 Beaty. 
Bosler Emily (wid Joseph), b 587 Park av. 
Ecsler Frank A, mngr Standard Wheel Co, 

h 587 Park av. 
BcEler Frederick J, farmer, h 968 N Dela- 
ware. 
Bosley George W, coachman, 808 N Me- 
ridian. 
BcEley Thomas J, elk R M S, h 201 Huron. 
Boss Adolph, barber rear eor Dillon and 

Grove, h 190 Elm. 
Boss Albert, tinner, r 49 Russell av. 
Bess John A, barber, h 400iA S Meridian. 
Bess Linn, houseman. The Bates. 
Bcsserman Charles H, eondr, h 67 La Salle. 
BCEsert John, h 105 Dunlop. 
Bcssert Wm, sewer contr 57 Oak, h same. 
Bcsson Thomas M, bkkpr, h 675 College av. 
BcEson Wm, cashr Bank of Commerce, h 

Mapleton. 
Eostlc John S, cooper, h 373 B Georgia. 
Bostic Samuel J. cooper, h 17 Douglass. 
Boston Frederick, maeh, h 93 Darnell. 
Btstwiek Harrison, lab, b 298»4 E Washing- 
Be swell Agnes (wid John), h 253 Huron. 
Boswell Charles E, brass carver, h e s 

Forest av 1 s of 21st. 
Eoswell David A, h e s College av 1 n of 

20th. 
Boswell Cieorge G P, brass carver, h 70* 

Park va. 
Eoswell James F, phys, h e s College av 

1 n of 20th. 
Bctwell James H, molder, h 76V2 Oliver av 

(W I). 
Boswell Joseph E, contr, h e s College av 

1 n of 20th. 
Boswell W Frank, elk Adams Ex Co, h 117 



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Boteler Edward B, eondr, h 207 S Pine. 
Botkin H Seymour, lab, h 121 Division (W 
Botkins John L. lab, h 312 Chestnut. 
Botscheller Valentine, baiter, b 351 E M.i 



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Botsfleld Adam, brakeman, b 7 N State av. 
Bctstord Allen S, artist Indpls Journal, b 

546 N IlUuols. , ^^ 

Bott Edward D, produce 35 B Mkt House, 

b 401 S Delaware. 
Bott Henry, cabtmkr, h 213 Hamilton av. 
BotUn Herman, lab, h 110 Deloss. 
Bottler Julius, foreman P Lieber branch 

Indpls Brewing Co, h 659 Madison av. 
Bottler Rudolph, b 559 Madison av. 
Bottom Henry, janitor, r 48 Ross Blk. 
Bottome Turner D, elec engr, h 829 College 

Bottoms Thomas, porter, b 192 N Missouri. 

Bottorff James H, carp, h 145 Kansas. 

BottorfE John D, mach, h 59 W 14th. 

Botts Conrad, uphlr, h 36 Larch. 

Eotts Isaac, lab, b 43 College av. 

Bctts Laura, h 252% W Washington. 

Bcucher Frederick, ins agt, b 375 S Ten- 
nessee. 

Bcucher Michael, bartender, b 110 S Illinois. 

Boughner Sarah (wid John), b 4S Ash. 

Bcughton John, lab, r 185^; W Washington. 

Eoughton John, lithographer, b 218 W New- 
York. 

Boughton Joseph A, dept marshal, b 213 
Howard (W I). 

Boughton Wm C, paper hanger, h 217 W 8th. 

Bouldin, see Bolden. 

Bouillon Victor, bookbinder, h 78 W Mary- 
land. 

Bourne Abraham L, bartender, b 296 S Illi- 
nois. 

Bourne Levi .i, h 296 S Illinois. 

Bounsall Andrew J, molder, h 278 Yandes. 

Bounsall George W, mach, b 278 Yandes. 

Bourdaloue August, hostler, h 23 McCauley. 

Eourgoin Martha B (wid Charles A), h 35 
Detroit av. 

Bcurgonne Otto S, elk, b 412 Charles. 

Bcurgonne Stephen, cigarmkr 140 Union, h 
412 Charles. 

Bourgoyne Frank (Firestine & Bourgoyne), 
r 5 Madison av. 

Bcume Charles, tinner, b 110 S Noble. 

Bourne John M, brakeman, h 18 Woodslde 

Bcuslog Charles W (Smith & Bouslog), b 

574 Broadway. 
Bousum A Lincoln, brakeman, h 121 Bis- 

nark av (H). 
Eouton Stephen S, roofer, b 79 Shepard 

(W I). 
BoutweU George, foreman, h W Shoemaker 

(W I). 
Eouvy Eros (John L & Julius H), tinners, 

533 Virginia av. 
Bouvy Eugenia (wid Adrlon), h 57 English 

av. 
Bouvy John L (Bouvy Brcs), h 319 Coburn. 
Bcuvy Julius H (Bouvy Bros), h 328 Coburn. 
Bcwden Albert, cook, r 810 W Washington. 
Bowden Hannah (wid Thomas), b 73 Gregg. 
Eowe Charles A, cigarmkr, h 30 Blk. 
Bowe Edward J, gas fitter, h 337 N Noble. 
Bowe James C, painter 32 S Meridian, h 30 

Elk. 
Eowe Matthew F, tailor, b 30 Elk. 
Ecwe Patrick, lab, b 23 Kentucky av. 
Bowen, see also Bohn, Bone and Bowne. 
Bowen Ada (wid Wm), h llOi/z Mass av. 
Br wen Ada M, h 116 N Pine. 
Bowen Albert A, gralner, b 1356 N Missis- 
sippi. 
Bowen Albert D, elk, h 476 N Mississippi. 
Bowen Ara H, cnrp, h 61 Paca. 



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Bowen Eenjamin F, painter 112 W 4th, h T 

Bowen Bert, tmstr, b 61 Paca. J2 

Bowen Charlos N, b 173 Bellefontaine. L 

Bcwen Charles, elk, r 193^4 W Washington. C 
Bowen Cora (wid John), r Capital Hotel. Zi 
Bowen Edward J (Combs & Bowen), h cor II 

Madison av and Michigan rd (N I). L. 

Bowen Edward W, trav agt, b 438 N Ala-rJ 

bama. 
Bowen Emma dressmljr 67 Talbott av. 



Bowen Ferbie O, lab, b 61 Paca. 

Bowen Franklin B, painter, h 1385 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Bcwen Harry, tmstr, h 295 Union. 

Bowen Henry, lab, r 174 W Ohio. 

Bowen James A, mach, b 234 N Mississippi. 

Bowen Louella, b 134 Woodlawn av. 

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Bowen Silas T, h 44 W North. 

Bowen Thomas F, tailor, r 24 Hubbard Blk. 

Bowen Wm, lab, b 182 W W^ashington. 



Bower, see also Bauer and Baur. 1 

Bower Bewton B (French & Bower), h 18 ■ 

Bower David S, teacher, h 76 King av (H). 
Bower De Volney, dentist 15, 16 When Blk, 

h 62 Talbott av. 
Bower Katie E, h 18 Park av. 
Bower Rosa, h 292 S East. 
Bower Rose C, prin P S No 1 (H), b 76 

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Bower Wm C. bkkpr, h 575 N Mississippi. 
Bowers Albert A, carp, h 233 Spruce. 
Bowers Benjamin, brakeman, b 2 Spann 

av. 
Bowers Emma, P (wid Isaac S), b 683 N 

Delaware. 
Bowers Ethalinda J (wid John F), h 803 E 

Washington. 
Bowers Frank, Grand K of R and S 

Knights of Pythias 49-50 Journal Bldg, r 

48 Windsor PI. 
Bowers Frank, brakeman, h e s Stuart 4 s 






Bowers Frederick, driver, h McClain (N I). 

Bowers Freeman T, h 43 Tecumseh. 

Bowers George B, lawyer, h 93 Tandes. 

Bowers Harry, barber 181 Mass av, h 201 
same. 

Bowers Hugh T, carp, h 38 Ashland (W I), 

Bowers Isaac H, welghmaster, b 803 E 
Washington. 

Bowers James C, painter, b 151 Bates. 

Bowers James M, h s s Highland e Rader 
(N I). 

Bowers Jesse H, elk, h 12 Tacoma av. 

Bowers Jonas H, carp, b 803 E Washington. 

Bowers Levi B, brakeman, h 151 Bates. 
^ ^ Bowers Mary (wid John), h 69 Yandes. 
r 1 Bowers Retta C, stenog, h 803 E Washing- 

_r'^' \ Bowersmith Charles E, painter, h 127 N 

J State av. 
*?■ V Bowes Henry J, lab, h 358 W 1st. 

Bowin M Josephine (wid George W). b Na- 
. tional Road (I). 

^>— H Bowlby Elmer T, treas Grand Opera House 
^ . b 67 Union. 

/"S^ Bowlby John H, condr, h 67 Union. 
' ' Bowlby John W, painter, b 271 E Market. 

\ -X \ Bowlby Margaret E, stenog, b 271 E Mar- 

C ^ Bowlby Martin L, car repr, h 93 Clifford 



Bowlby Wra W, painter, h 271 E Market. 
Bowlen Clements A, carp, h 40 Villa av. 
Bowlen Leonidas, carp, h 277 Prospect. 



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Bowles Burkley C, cook, h 274 W North. 



Bowles Frank, carp, h 278 Michigan (H). 
Bowles John A, engr, h 182 Tandes. 
Bowles Joseph M, salesman The H Lieber 

Co, b 493 N Meridian. 
Bowles Kate M (wid Thomas H), b 49J N 

Meridian. 
Bowles OslKirne, bkkpr, b 493 N Meridian. 
BowlinJohn, lab, b 23 Kentucky av. 
Bowling John H, carp, h 176 Spann av. 
Bowling- Wm, lab, b 319 Lafayette R R. 
Bowlus George W, foreman, h 174 Pleasant. 
Bowlus John W, real est. h 1508 N Meridian 
Bowman, see also Baughman and Bauman. 
Bowman Alonzo A, painter, h 41 McKim 

Bowman Anna L, stenog The Citizens' 
Street R R Co, b 123 Christian av. 

Bowman Archie, waiter, b 163 Indiana ar. 

Bowman Charles, lab, b 33 Warman ar 
(H). 

Bowman Charles, painter, b W McLane 
(N I). 

Bowman Charles J, bkkpr, b Downey av 



J T Power, b 41 
122 S Ifo- 



Bowman Frederick 
Rockwood. 

Bowman Frederick, rubberwkr, 
ble. 

Bowman George, b 178 E Vermont. 

Bowman George W, city agt, h W Arm- 
strong (N I). 

Bowman George W. elk, h 92 Hoyt ay. 

Bowman Harry, baker, b 164 W Maryland. 

Bowman Harry C, mach, h s s Pendleton 
Pike (B). 

Bowman Harry E, b 236 Virginia av. 

Bowman Henry, flagman, h 122 S Noble. 

Bowman Hiram, uphl, h 421 Madison av. 

Bowman Jacob, elk, h 236 Virginia av. 

Bowman James H. collr, b W Udell (N I). 

Bowman James M, driver, h rear 22i> S 
West. 

Bowman Jeremiah, lab, h W Udell (N I). 

Bowman John, lab, h 41 Church. 

Bowman John, lab, b 33 Warman av (H). 

Bowman John C, brakeman, b 191 Fletcher 

Bowman John H, condr, h 234 Hoyt av. 
Bowman Liberty, brickmolder, b 19 S West. 
Bowman Louis, lab, b 33 Warman av (H). 
Bowman Louis, stenog, b 451 S Tennessee. 
Bowman Lucius S, h Downey av (I). 
Bowman Mary (wid James), h 755 Brookers 
al. 



Bowman Oliver F, trav Agt H T Conde 

Implement Co, h 520 Broadway. 
Bowman Owen M, h 39 Wyommg. 
Bowman Rachael (wid Wm), h 74 Patter- 
Bowman Robert, driver, h W Shoemaker 

Bowman Robert, woodwkr, h 301 W Pearl. 

Bowman Sarah, h 312 W Peari. 

Bowman Sarah J, boardmg, h w s Station 
2 n of Brinkman (B). 

Bowman Simeon C, cabtmkr, h e a Shel- 
don 2 n of Davidge. 

Bowman Thomas, lab, h 20 Brett. 



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Bowser Thomas A, timekeeper, h 13 Gil- 
lard av. 
Bowman W^m, lab, h e s s Gillard av 2 s of 

E Washington. 
Bowman Wm F, butcher, h 41 Rockwood. 
Bowman Wm H, carp 123 Christian av, h 

same. 
Bowman Wm H, painter, h W McLane 

(N I). 
BO"«'MAJf ■W^M N, Architect 13 Ingalls 

Blk, h Downey av (I.) (See adv in 

classified Architects.) 
Bowman Willis M, carp, h w s Station 2 n 

Erinkman (B). 
Bowne, see also Bohn, Bone and Bowen. 
Bowne John, bicycles, b 277 N Bast. 
Bowne Nathan E, fireman, h 115 Walcott. 
Bowser Adeline (wid Andrew), b 845 E 

Michigan. 
Bowser Allen A, Sec Spencerian Business 

College, b 150 N Illinois. 
Bowser Edward J, mach, b 560 S New 

Bowser Frank U, restaurant, 253 W Wash- 
ington, h same. 

Bowser Harry, lawyer SV4 N Penn, h 997 
same. 

Bowser Jacob, engr, h 560 S New Jersey. 

Bowser Jerome E, tmstr, b w s Sherman 
Drive 5 n of B Washington. 

Bowser Levi C, elk, h 59 Woodlawn av. 

Bowser Thomas A. elk, h 13 Gilliard av. 

Bowyer Wm T, brakeman, b 78 W Market. 

Boxley George, lab, h 143 S New Jersey. 

Boyce, see also Boice. 

Boyce Albert B, dentist 8Vz N Penn, r 123 
B Ohio. 

Boyce Charles, waiter, h 180 Agnes. 

Boyce Edwin C, pres and treas The Strong- 
Boyce Co, b 988 N Penn. 

Boyce Ellis W, messn State House, b 65 
Linden. 

Boyce Elmer B, mach hd, h 11 Sample 
(W I). 

Boyce George K, sec The Strong-Boyce 
Co, r 440 N Meridian. 

Boyce John E, gas driller, h 198 Lexing- 
ton av. 

Boyd Addison B, shoemkr, b 445 Howard 
(W I). 

Boyd Adella, r 39 Windsor pi. 

Boyd Albert H, driver, b 198 Bates. 

BOYD ALONZO, Plumber 810 X Illi- 
nois, h 787 N Tennessee. (See adv in 
classifled Plnmbers.) 

Boyd Anna (wid Augustus), h 183y2 W 3d. 

Boyd Arthur, lab, h 12V4 Malott av. 

Boyd August, lab, h 42 W 4th. 

Boyd August, lab, h 140 W 4th, 

Boyd Augustus, genl mgr J 
ing Mach Co, h 536 B 7th. 

Boyd Bert A, bkkpr, b 79 W 7th. 

Boyd Charles, barber, b 175 W North. 

Boyd Charles A B, supt Metropolitan Life 
Ins Co 19 Baldwin blk, h 78 Woodlawn 

Boyd David L. h 223 N Alabama. 

Boyd Edwin, elk, b 166 B Michigan. 

Boyd Elmer B, rim builder, h 11 Sample 

(W I). 
Boyd Emma, bkkpr, b 248 N "West. 
Boyd Evelyn H (wid Augustus), b 495 N 

Tennessee. 
Boyd Frances (wid Henry), r rear 789 N 

Mississippi. 
Boyd Frank, elk, h 248 N West. 
Boyd Frank A, driver, h 127 Blake. 



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Boyd George W, condr, h 102 Shelby. 
Boyd Henry, painter, b 326 Lincoln av. 
Boyd James G, coppersmith, b 198 Bates. 
Boyd James M, engr, h 198 Bates. 
BOYD JAMES T, Physician 40 E Ohio: 

Tel 500; h 15S E 8th. 
Boyd Jasper N, scale elk Am Ex Co, h 

384 W New York. 
Boyd John A, b 376 Park av. 
Boyd John M, blksmith e s N Harding 1 n 

of Morris (W I), h 445 Howard (W I). 
Boyd Joseph W, trader, h 32 Trowbridge 

(W). 
Boyd Lawson A, sec National Electric 

Headlight Co, h 392 Broadway. 
BOYD LEIVORE, Stndent Indpls Busi- 
ness ITniversity, E J Heeb Pres, 

When Blli N Penn opp P O; Tel 490. 

(See ady cover and p 4.) 
Boyd Leroy, lab, h 154 Sheffield av (H). 
Boyd Marie, r 39 Windsor pi. 
Boyd Mary L, teacher, b 248 N West. 
Boyd Oliver L. lab, h 355 English a v. 
Boyd Richard M, carriage mkr, h 38 Mc- 

Intyre. 
Boyd Robert E, barber 810 B Washington, 

h 76 N Arsenal av. 
Boyd Robert H, b 159 E Sth. 
Boyd Walter H, elk, h 376 Park av. 
Boyd Wm, lab, h Ritter av (I). 
Boyd Wm G, condr, h 102 Shelby. 
Boyd Wm H, agt The Lake Shore, Lehigh 

Valley Route, b 222 N Illinois. 
Boyd Wm H, bkkpr, h 717 N Tennessee. 
Boyd Wm H, buyer N T §tore, b 176 Park 

av. 
Boyd Wm H, plumber, h rear 280 Chest- 

Boyd' Wm I, elk, h 423 N Pine. 

Boyd Wm K, cigarmkr, h 36 N Reisner 

(W I). 
Boyd Wm L, mach, h 78 Newman. 
Boyd Wm M, pumps, h n s Sutherland av 

1 e of Central av. 
Boyd Wm R, ins, b 78 Woodlawn av. 



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m^^ Boyd Zoreldah (wid James W), h 376 Park 

Boyden David B, lab, r 4 Bacon blk. 

1^^^ Boyden Orville P, h 118 Fayette. 

J^^^ Boyden Ransom D, shoemkr 385 Blackford, 

C^l h same. 

Boyer Byron J, agt, h 50 Lockerbie. 

■ Boyer Charles E, lab, h 211 Kentucky av, 
^■^ Boyer Charles T, real est, h 303 E Mc- 
*— Carty. 

C^3 Boyer Emma (wid Thomas B), h 302 E 

S Georgia. 
Boyer Frank, porter, b 37 S Delaware. 
^^ Boyer Isaac S, baggage agt, h 906 Broad- 
mm^ way. 
Q3 Boyer James, lab. h 227 Muskingum al. 

S Boyer James A, elk, h 861 N New Jersey. 
Boyer Leon, lab, h 54 Hosbrook. 
S Boyer Max, fruits, h 125 Eddy. 
Boyer Otto, attendant Insane Hospital. 
a^^B Boyer Richard A, mach hd, h 47 Wyoming, 
■^^j Boyer Samuel, porter, b 186 W 7th. 
■ ^< Boyer Thomas B, h 302 E Georgia. 

^^^ Boyer Thomas B, pressman, b 302 E 
^CSS Georgia. 
gj^ Boyer Walter, janitor Commercial Club 
^^■* Bldg, r same. 

C^3 Boyers Martha J (wid Jacob), h 82 Stevens. 
^^^K. Boykln Nannie, boarding 762 S Meridian, h 
same. 

■ Boykin Wm, lab, b 762 S Meridian. 
. — ^ Eoyl Bayard J, mach, b 6 Lord. 

r#J Boyl Charles A, letter carrier P O, h 6 

)f-4 Lord. 

^ ■ Boyl Margaret J (wid James H). h 6 LK)rd. 

^^ Boylan John F., policeman, b 392 S Ten- 

A \ nessee. 

V^ Boylan Michael T, saloon 300 S Tennessee. 

I i b 392 same, 
"^^ Boylan Patrick, lab, h 392 S Tennessee. 
^^^ Boylan Thomas, grocer 53 Church, h same. 
^^^ Boylan Thomas F, mach, b 392 S Tennes- 



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Boyle, see also O'Boyle. 
Boyle Charles E, mach opr The Indpls 
Sentinel, h 13 Hosbrook. 



FRANK M. DELL, 

FIRE BRICK AND CLAY 
SEWER PIPE, ETC. 

378 to 400 East Washington Street. 

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Boyle Elisha E. switchman, h 133 Michigan 

Boyie Guy B. elk. r 7 Moody blk. 

Boyle Henry J. h s s Walnut av 1 w of 

Michigan rd. 
Boyle John J, porter The Bates. 
Boyle John T, carp, h rear 476 N Ala- 
bama. 
Boyle Louis V(L V Boyle Co), h 354 Col- 
lege av. 
Boyle L V & Co (Lewis V Boyle), lumber, 

46 S Illinois. 
Boyle Mary (wid Jacob), h 133 Michigan av. 
Boyle May, dressmkr 148 N East, b same. 
Boyle Stephen, mach, h 454 S West. 
Boyle Wm H, insp Consumers' Gas Trust 

Co, r 7 Moody blk. 
Boyles Prances K, h Grand av (I). 
Boyles Michael W, real est agt 98 E Mar- 
ket, r 42 Ash. 
Boyles Nellie, teacher P S No 25, b Grand 

av (I). 
Boynton Charles S, phys 202 E New York. 

h same, 
Boynton Lizzie G, h 263 Bates. 
Boys' Classical School, L R Baugher prin, 

783 N Delaware. 
Boys Jennie (wid John), h 250 English av. 
Bozell Arthur L, elk, b 1125 E Michigan. 
Bozell Walter B (Bozell & Highland), h 204 

Wright. 
Bozell & Highland (Walter B Bozell, 

Charles Highland), ins, 77^^ E Market. 
Brace Minta (wid Oscar B), milliner 39 W 

Washington, r 75 E New York. 
Brack Wm, h 224 Chesapeake. 
Bracken Allen, lab, h 566 W Washington. 
Bracken Charles A. lab. h 19 Springfield. 
Bracken John S. lab. h 675 E Sth. 
Bracken Thomas R. messenger, h 101 N 

Linden. 
Brackmeier August, confr, b 180 Virginia 

av. 
Brockmeier Otto, confr, b 180 Virginia av. 
Brackmeier Adolph H, meats 204 Prospect. 

h 389 S State av. 
Braokmiere Henry, produce E Market 

House, h S Delaware s of city. 
Bradameier Anna C (wid John F), h 59 

Dorm an. 
Bradbum Edward H, blksmith, b 16 S Gil- 

liard av. 
Bradbum Homer, blksmith, b 124 Black- 
ford. 
Bradbum Sarah A (wid Isaac J), h 16 S 

Gilliard av. 
Bradburn Wm A, carp, h 134 Forrest av. 
Bradbury Daniel M, lawyer 291/2 N Penn, 

h 308 Home a v. 
Bradbury Edward A, tel opr W U Tel Co, 

h 439 E St Clair. 
Bradbury George D. genl mgr L E & W 

R R, b The Denison. 
Bradbury Henry R, sec Warren-Scharf 

Asphalt Paving Co, h New York City. 
Braddock Newton A. mach, h 219 Bright. 
Brade Otto, uphlr, h 108 Spann av. 
Brademeyer Charles, driver Charles L 

Hutchinson, h 83 N Liberty. 
Brademeyer Christopher C. condr, h 598 B 

St Clair. 
Braden David, trav agt Wm B Burford. 

h 978 N Tennessee. 
Braden Elizabeth J. b 27 Hall pi. 
Braden Evan D. carp, h 1106 N Mississippi. 
Braden Hervey B. elk, b 978 N Tennessee. 
Braden James, h Fletcher av (I). 



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Braden Norman S, electrician, b Fletcher 

av a). 

Braden Robert B, real est, h 1144 N Ala- 
bama. 

Braden Ruth (wid Hugh), h 27 Hall pi. 

Bradford Bertha L., teacher, b 406 Belle- 
fontalne. 

BRADFORD CHESTER, Patent Lawyer 
and Solicitor, Established 1876, r 14 
and IG Hnbbnrd BlU s w cor Wnsli- 
Insrton and Meridian; Tel IGS; h 1088 
N Illinois; Tel 317. (See top corner 
cards, p 6 and class Patent Solic- 
itors). 

Bradford Clarence E, lab. b 667 Madison av. 
Bradford David E, painter, b 89 Nebraska. 
Bradford Eliza, h 667 Madison av. 
Bradford Emma, h 596 W Morris (W D. 
Bradford Ernest W, lawyer 14-16 Hubbard 

blk, h Washin^on, D C. 
Bradford George F, musician 91 E Market, 

b 39 W St Joseph. 
Bradford Hunter, printer 91 E Market, h 

39 W St Joseph. 
Bradford Hunter Jr, printer, b 39 W St 

Joseph. 
Bradford Jesse G, painter, h 395 Indiana av. 
Bradford John, carp, h 59 King. 
Bradford Joseph, printer, h 105 Minerva. 
Bradford Joseph A, driver, b 28 B S & B 

ar (W I). 
Bradford Joseph L, lab. b 72 Michigan (H). 
Bradford Kate C. music teacher, 39 W St 

Joseph, h same. 
Bradford Leonard J, h 406 Bellefontaine. 
Bradford Margaret (wid John), b 105 Mi- 
nerva. 
Bradford Mary B (wid Chandler), b 72 

Michigan (H). 
Bradford Oliver R, butcher Indpis Abattoir 

Co. h 58 River av (W I). 
Bradford Ora P, oiler, b 667 Madison av. 
Bradford Otto M, macli, h 47 Michigan (H). 
Bradford Sidney, lab. h 230 W 5th. 
Bradford Susan, milliner, b 246 N Cali- 
fornia. 
Bradford Theodore A, b 903 N Delaware. 
Bradford Wm H, lab, h 667 Madison av. 
Bradhoft Louis, driver, h n w cor Reynolds 

and Grand View (H). 
Bradley Antony, janitor State House, h 71 

Martindale av. 
Bradley Charles, lab. h 563 B St Clair. 
Bradley Charles P. pressman, b 205 Doug- 
Bradley Christie (wid Joseph), h Cottage 

Hotel. 
Bradley David (Bradley, Holton & Co), h 

Chicago Ills. 
Bradley Edward G, gasfitter, b 21 Roe. 
Bradley George F. lab. h 53 Buchanan. 
Bradley Giles S (Bradley & Denny), h 612 

College av. 
Bradley Harry, waiter, b 563 E St Clair. 
ItRADLEY, HOLTON & CO (David 

Bradley, Winfred B Holton and J 

Harley Bradley), Agrlcnltnral Ini- 

lilenients 177 to 181 E AVasUlngton; 

Tel 8.-}7. 
Bradley James L. farmer, h 494 N Tennes- 

Bradley Jeptha W. watchman, h 205 Doug- 
Bradley J Harley (Bradley. Holton & Co). 

h Chicago. Ills. 
TSradley Leland J. carp, h 485 Bellefontaine. 




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Bradley Michael 

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Bradley Richard A P, engr The 

Bauer Engr Co, b 53 Buchanan. 
Bradley Wm, lab, b 53 Buchanan. 
Bradley Wm F, pressman, h 130 Douglass. 
BRADLEY & UENNY (Giles S Bradley, 

Albert W Denny), Real Estate, Rent' 

als and Insurance 26 N Deli 
Bradshaw Alice (wid Wesley), 

Ohio. 
Bradshaw Ellsworth, tinner, b 259 S Dela- ^^^^ 

Bradshaw George, driver, h 208 St Mary. Ji"^" 

Bradshaw Jeremiah, lab, h 35 Athon. [ 

Bradshaw John A, farmer, h 25 E Vermont, f""^^ 

Bradshaw John A. elk. b n w cor Bright- L_ 
wood av and Brinkman (B). 

Bradshaw John E, h 515 N Penn. 

Bradshaw John W, b 30 E Pratt 

Bradshaw Melville H, b 571 Bellefontaine. 

Bradshaw Ora, molder, h 29 Frazee (H). y ^.. 

Bradshaw Owen, lab, h 171 W 5th. Cv J 

Bradshaw Samuel, elk, b n w cor Bright- ^^ 
wood av and Brinkman (B). 

Bradshaw Wm A, bkkpr. h 571 Bellefon- 
taine. 

Bradshaw Wm A, grocer, n w cor Bright- 
wood av and Brinkman (B). 

BRADSTRBET COMPANY THE, 
proved Mercantile Agency, AV 
Wallcer Snpt, n w cor Meridian and ' 
Washington; Tel 305. k^T°°l 

Bradway Angellne (wid Wm L). h 100 Eure- I -*- J 
ka av. "■ 

Bradway Charles O. elk. h 
(W 1). 

Bradway OUie H, trav agt, 
av. __ ,^ 

Bradwell Isaac N, lawyer, h 386 N New -^ *J! 
Jersey. - TJ 

Brady Charles H. meats 81 E Mkt House. ^ f 1 
h 282 N Liberty. g' ir 

Brady Clarence, student, r Commercial av o- ^ 
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Brady Edward, tmstr, h 15 Chadwick. 

Brady Frank, gasfltter, h 337 S Delaware. 

Brady George W, mach hd, h 49 Dorman. 

Brady James, barber, r 90 N Illinois. 

Brady James A, molder, h 252 W Michigan. 

Brady James J, policeman, h 127 E Mc- 
carty. 

Brady Jennie V, cashier, b 172 Fayette. 

Brady Jeremiah, lab, b 251 W Morris. 

Brady John, bricklayer, h 172 Fayette. 

Brady John, janitor St. John's Academy, b 
same. 

Brady John, mach hd, b 49 Dorman. 

Brady John, trav agt, b 53 Central av. 

Brady John D, molder, b 42 Haugh (H). 

Brady John T, lab, h 192 W Merrill. 

Brady J Wm, elk, b 342 N Illinois. 

Brady Margaret (wid Patrick H), h 337 S 
Delaware. 

Brady Martin, soldier U S Arsenal, h 51 
N Summit. 

Brady Mary A (wld Henry), b 601 N Dela- 
ware. 
■ Brady Mary A (wid Peter H), h 262 English 

Brady Mathew F, bricklayer, h 20 Mayhew. 

Brady Michael, butcher, b 251 W Morris. 

Brady Richard, car rep, h 87 Newman. 

Brady Thomas, barber, b rear 235 Minerva. 

Brady Wm R, agt, h 1133 B Michigan. 

Braendlein Henry J. weaver, h 376 Cobum. 

Braendlein Henry M, woodcarver, h 374 Co- 
bum. 

Braendlein Louis F, draughtsman, b 376 
Cobum. 

Braendlein Martin, florist, h s e cor Mis- 
sissippi and 30th. 

Braendlein Paul, butcher, b 23 Russell av. 
n H, hamessmkr, b 522 Virginia 



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Bragdon Albert E, letter carrier P O, h 8« 

Clarke. 
Bragg Stokely S, elk D P Erwin & Co, h 

81 Pleasant. 
Bragg Thomas F, real est WVz N Delaware. 

h 106 WoodmfC pi. 
Brain John W, draughtsman, h 168 Ash. 
Brake John B C, elk, b 180 Bates. 
Brake Samuel H, trav agt, h 22>4 Hall pi. 
Brake Thomas, elk, h 23^4 Chadwick. 
Braly Charles H, phys 77 W Ohio, r same. 
Bramblet Amos W, lab, h rear 333 S Ala- 

Bramblett Charles, lab, b 90 Torbet. 

Bramblett Elmer, lab, b 90 Torbet. 

Bramblett Ira L, printer, r 133i/. Virginia 
av. 

Bramkamp George W, s-witchman, h 143 
Harrison. 

Bramkamp Wm H, barber 146 Fletcher av. 
h 155 English av. 

Bramwell Albert A, engr, h 48 Randolph. 

Bramwell Wm A, carp, h e s Graceland ar 
1st n of 24th. 

Branch John, lab, h 619 W Pearl. 

Brand, see also Brandt. 

Brand Hattie W (wld John P), stenog The 
Fidelity Building and Savings Union, b 
309 Ash. 

Brand James, finisher, b 405 Madison av. 

Brand Michael, blksmith, h 307 W Morris. 

Brand Sophia (wid Michael), h 26 Kansas. 

Brand Thomas T, student, b 71 W Ver- 
mont. 

Brandenburg Frank, painter, h 116 Shefi- 
fleld av (H). 

Brandenburg Thomas, driver, b 5 Black- 
ford. 

Brandenburg Wm, braktman, h 34 Elder 

Brandenburger Elizabeth (wld Frederick). 
h 65 S Linden. 

Brandenburger John, cabntmkr, b 65 S 
Linden. 

Brandenburger Martin, tinner, b 65 S Lin- 
den. 

Brandes Benjamin, lab, h 257 S Penn. 

Brandes George, tailor, b 257 S Penn. 

Brandes Henry, carp, h 257 S Penn. 

Brandes Henry Jr, lab, b 257 S Penn. 

Brandes Herman F, grocer 138 Buchanan, 
h 231 Shelby. 

Brandes John E, City Fireman, h 502 Mad- 
ison av. 

Brandes Mary A (wld Henry), h 257 S 

Brandon Alonzo D (Brandon Bros), h 20 S 



Brandon Calvin F, elk, b 177 Christian av. 

Brandon Celia A, h 215 W Ohio. 

Brandon Edward E, painter, h Woodside 
av (W). 

Brandon James A, elk, h 105 N Noble. 

Brandon John, waiter, b 327 E Washington. 

Brandon Joseph H, bartender, h 356 N No- 
ble. 

Brandon Luvina (wid Wm), h 77 S Noble. 

Brandon Samuel C, bartender, h 411 Pearl. 

Brandon Samuel C, bartender, h 411 B 
Pearl. 

Brandon Thomas L, mach, h 225 W South. 

Brandon Wm (Brandon Bros), h 20 S Pine. 

Brandow Wm (Coy & Brandow), r 30 Ross 
Blk. 

Brandt, see also Brand. 



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Brandt Adolph G (A G Brandt & Co), b 
74 S Delaware. 

Brandt A G & Co (Adolph G Brandt, J 
Howard Springer), bookbinders 78 S Penn. 

Brandt Albert H. litho engraver Wm B 
Burford, b 182 E McCarty. 

Brandt Charles W, elk. b 52 Michigan av. 

Brandt Christian, car insp, h 62 Spann av. 

Brandt Christian F W, grocer 543 E Wash- 
ington, h 52 Michigan av. 

Brandt Diedrich H, carp, h 349y<. S Meri- 
dian. 

Brandt Edward, florist, b 10 Central av 

Brandt Prank F, elk, b 491 N Tennessee. 

BRANDT FREDERICK (F Brandt & 
Co), Saloon and Restaurant 44 \V 
Washington; Tel 108; h 4!)1 IV Ten- 
nessee. 

Brandt Frederick, car insp, h 205 Fletcher 



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Brandt F & Co (Frederick Brandt, John 

M McPhetridge), merchant tailors 2iy2 W 

Washington. 
Brandt Henry (Brandt & Son), b 1147 N 

Alabama. 
Brandt Henry F, carp, h lOO Linden. 
Brandt Henry G, lab, h e s Parker av 1 n 

of Belt R R. 
Brandt Herman T, ins solicitor John Woch- 

er, h 182 E McCarty. 
Brandt Julius G (Brandt & Son), h 1147 N 

Alabama. 
Brandt Louis C, carp, h 186 Pleasant. 
Brandt Oscar, elk, b 182 E McCarty. 
Brandt Rachel, h 101 Douglass. 
Brandt Wm (Reller & Brandt), h 651 N 

Illinois. 
Brandt Wm, fireman, h 114 S Summit. 
Brandt Wm F C, elk, b 52 Michigan av. 
Brandt & Son (Julius G and Henry 

Brandt), Upholsterers 8 Central av. 
Branham Bush, helper, h 76 Lee (W I). 
Branham Charles, street car condr, b 7 

Wendell av. 
Branham Cynthia A (wid David C), b 22 

Lockerbie. 
Branham Edward, shoes 62 W Washington, 

b Roosevelt House. 
Branham Edward, switchman, b 103 Mich- 
igan av. 
Branham Edward T, elk R S McKee & 

Son, h Walnut av (I). 
Branham Ernest J, elk, b 21/2 Fletcher av. 
Branham George, tinner, r 215V2 E Wash- 
ington. 
Branham George E, foreman, b 119 E 

Michigan. 
Branham George F, contr, h 119 E Michi- 
gan. 
Branham James, lab, h 166 Howard. 
Branham Jennings, baggagemaster, h 2Vi 

Fletcher av. 
Branham Kate V. attendant Indpls Pub 

Library, b 80 E Ohio. 
Branham Wm, fireman, h 138 Lee (W I). 
Branham Wm D, driver, b 253 Lincoln la. 
Branham Wyatt, lab, h 253 Lincoln la. 
Brannan, see also Brennan. 
Brannan Thomas, driver, b 142 Indiana av. 
Branneman Wm, carp, h n e cor N Brook- 

silde av and Roseline. 
Brannon Charles, porter Circle House, b 



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Brannon James, Capt Eng Co No 3, h 30 
Prospect. 

BransfordThomas H, coachman, h 27 How- 
ard. 

Branson, see also Bronson and Brunson. < 

Branson Curtis E, driver, h 214 Fulton. ' 

Branson Joseph W, driver, h w s Harris 3 ( 
s of Washington Mt Jackson. , 

Branson Vernon H, engr, b S3 English av 

Branson Wm, mach, h 17 Bridge (W I). 

Brant, see Brand and Brandt. 

Brantigen Charles, lab, r 250>/. S Meridian. 

Brantlinger Dora B, car rep, h 84 Shade 
(B). 

Brantlinger H Frank, st car driver, h 146 
Hillside av. 

Brantlinger Jacob W, lab, h e s Austin 5 n 
Bloyd av. 

Brantlinger Theodore E, carp, h w s Shade 
(B). 

Branyan James A, city fireman, h 35 Car- 
los. 

Branyan Robert K, lab, h 27 Buchanan. 

Brash Samuel J, condr, h 576 College av. 

Brasier John F, mailing elk P O, h 337 N 
Liberty. 

Brasiger Frank, lab, h 43 Tremont av (H). 

Brattain, see also Britton. 

Brattain Amanda E (wid Henry J), h rear 
195 Buchanan. 

Brattain Eari J, elk, h 66 Huron. 

Brattain Henry E, bkbinder, b rear 195 Bu- 
chanan. 

Brattain John T, grocer 46 Indinana av, h 
172 N Mississippi. 

Brattain John W, h 414 W New York. 

Brattain Mary E (wid Wm J), b 263 N Cal- I 
ifornia. 

Brattain Omer C, painter, b rear 195 Bu- ' 
chanan. ' 

BrattainRussell H, grocer, 414 W New ! 
York, h same. , 

Brattain Silas H, city fireman, h 66 Huron. , 

Bratton Jesse, dom, 69 Christian av. ' 

Braughton, see also Broughton. i 



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and covnsel in patent causes. 

(See adv. page 6.) 

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Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 

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Braug-hton Guy. finisher, h n w cor N 

Brookside av and Rural. 
Braughton Harry D, tinner, b 544 Jefferson 

BRAUGHTOIV M'CliLL,OL"GH C, Tinner 
350 Mass av, U n e cor Cllfrord and 
Brookland avs. (See adv p 11.) 

Brang-hton Mack T, tinner, b n s Clifford 
av 2 e of Rural. 

Braun Albert, cabtmkr, h 727 Charles. 

Braun Charles F, lithogr Wm B Burford, 
b 105 Buchanan. 

Braun Frank, cabtmkr, h 132 Downey. 

Braun Frank C, cabtmkr, h 427 Union. 

Braun Frank I, finisher, b 427 Union. 

Braun Fredericka (wid John E). h rear 737 
S Meridian. 

Braun Gabriel, bartender, h 23 Shelby. 

Braun John Rev, pastor St George's Cha- 
pel, h 194 E Morris. 

Braun Julius, pressman, b 105 Buchanan. 

Braun Mary (wid Paul), h 427 Union. 

Braun Peter, mach, b 215 S Alabama. 

Braun Reinhard, saloon 859 S East, h 857 

Braun Wm, lab, b 105 Buchanan. 
Braun Wm B, lithogr, h 105 Buchanan. 
Brauns George, electrician, h 439% E Geor- 
gia. 
Brauntz, see also Bruns. 
Brauntz Louis, molder, h 125 Blake. 
Brautigam Charles, bartender, h 250 S Mer- 

Brautigam Elias C, carp, h 11 St Charles. 
Brautigam. John M. cutter, h 340 Archer, 



25 Young. 



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Brautigam Martin C, mach, 

Bray Annie, h 54.! Madison av. 

Bray David B, lumber, h 518 Bellefontaine. 

Bray Edward W, propr Indiana Viavi Co 

68y, E Market, h 75 E New York. 
Bray Ella, mUliner, h 352 N Alabama- 
Bray James, condr, b s s Pendleton a 
Bray John W, b 19 Garland (W I). 
Bray J Alfred, saw flier, h 24 Maple. 
Bray Leota, stenog Russell C Kelsey, b 736 

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Bray Mary E (wid Peter L), h 352 N Ala- 
Bray Radding, coiitr, h 736 N Tennessee. 

Bray Thomas A, heater, h 355 S Termessee. 

Bray Thomeis T (Oursler & Bray), h West- 
field, Ind. 

Bray Wm L, tel opr, h IS Temple av. 

Brayton Alembert W, phys 26 E Ohio, h 
808 E Washington. 

Brazelton Charles A, painter, r 84 N Ala- 
bama. 

Brazelton George J, painter, h 460 E Wash- 
ington. 

Brazington Alva C, city agt, b e end Vine. 

Brazington Wm C, artist 53 Ingalls Blk, h 

Breach Charles W, plastr, h 170 Dougherty. 

Bieadheft Henry D, notions 319 Clifford av, 
h same. 

Breahm, see also Brehm. 

Breahm Otto P, h W McLane (N I). 

Breckenridge Gabriel, lab, h 296 Blake. 

Brt-count Evallne (wid Nimrod), h s s Pen- 
dleton av (B). 

Bredell George W, elk, h 52 Bi.=mark. 

Bredell Jesse B, elk, b 52 Bismark. 

Breden John, lab, h 433 Blake. 

Bredewater George H, elk, b 371 W Michi- 
gan. 

Breeding Harry E, elk. b 96 Lexington av. 

Breeding James, barber 64 N Illinois, h 121 
Hosbrook. 

Breeding Lissus G, lab, h 173 Bane. 

Breeding Martha J (wid Alexander), b 412 
N New Jersey. 

Breeding Sherman, lab, b 34 McGinnis. 

Breedlove B Edward, car rep, h 110 S Wil- 
liams (W I). 

Breedlove p;arl, rubber worker, b 314 E 
Georgia, 

Breedlove Mary (wid Thomas J), h 110 S 
■■Villiams (W I). 

Breedlove Samuel M, carp, h 142 Lee (W I). 

Breedlove Stephen H, filer, h 314 B Georgia. 

Bieedlove Thomas J, agt, b 473 Ash. 

Breedlove Wm B, waiter, b 226 W Vermont. 

Breedlove Wm J, ear rep, h 71 S McLaln 
(W I). 

Breen Bridget (wid Dennis), h 21 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Brcen Edward F, tinner, h 21 N CaJtfomia. 

Breen James, merchant policeman, h 318 S 
Llinois. 

Brcen James A, switchman, h w s Gale 7 n 
Brinkman (B). 

Breen. James E, lab. h 19 Agnes. 

Bieen Johinna (wid James), b 339 N Pine. 

Breen Patrick, fireman, b 339 N Pine. 

Breen Timothy, Tiolder, b 386 N Pine. 

Breese Isaac, carp, b 456 E Washington. 

Breese James W, lab, b 456 E Washington. 

Breff Isaac, lab, b 127 WUliams. 

Brehm, see also Breahm. 

Brehm Bernhard, druggist 400 Mass av, h 
48 Bellefontaine. 

Brehmer John J, carp, h 211 Hadley av 
( W I). 

Brehob Henry, hostler, b 327 E Morris. 

Bieil John H, iron worker, h 93 Tremont av 
(H). 

Breithaupt John, lab, h 211 Hamilton av. 

Breithaupt Wm, tinner, h 45 Davis. 

Brell Louis, lab, b 41 Helen. 

Brelsford Chaj-les L, lab, b 107 W South. 

Bremer Frederick, brick mnfr s s Michigan 
av 3 e of Belt Ry, h same. 

Bremer Harmon, lab, h s s Huggins pike 3 
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Bremer Richard, saloon 

300 Laurel. 
Bremer Wm, driver, h s s Pendleton av 3 

w of Jupiter. 
Brtmer Wm, tmstr, b 553 Virginia av. 
Bremerman Charles E, packer Pearson & 

Wetzel, h 79 W 6th. 
Bremerman Frank, carp, h W Eugene (N I). 
Bremerman Frederick, miner, h 295 N Ala- 

bama. 
Bremerman John L, porter, h 429 Indiana 

Bremerman John W, lab, h 23 Camp. 
Brendel Charles R, lab, b W McLane (N I). 
Brendel John P, lab, h W McLane (N I). 
Brenick Wm, b 277 N East. 
Brenizer George W, lab, h 57 Laurel. 
Brenkert Joseph W, real est, h 191 Huron. 
Bienn Frederick B, polisher, h 49 Brad- 

shaw. 
Brennan, see also Brannan. 
Brennan Bros (James M and John V), 

plumbers, 64 Mass av. 
Brennan Charles, lab, h 314 S Penn. 
Brennan Edward, brick mason, h 307 W 

Pearl. 
Biennan Edward J, phys 240 N Tennessee, 

h sama. 
Brennan James M (Brennan Bros), h 204 W 

Brennan James P, elk, b 287 W Pearl. 

Brennan Johanna (wid Donald), h 27 Thom- 
as. 

Brennan John, city fireman, h «75 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Brennan John, cooper, h 361 W Pearl 

Brennan John, lab, b 142 S East. 

Brennan John J, lab, h 44 Fayette 

Brennan John T, tel opr, b 1S8 Woodlawn 

Brennan John V (Brennan Bros), b 44 Fay- 

Brennan Joseph (Indpls Mantel, Tile & Mo- 
saic Co), h 883 N MississippL 

Bunnan Julia (wid Patrick), h 302 W 7th. 

Brennan Lawrence A, lab, h 218 Elm. 

Biennan Lawrence M, plumber, h 470 S 
Delaware. 

Biennan Lewis, driver, h 222 E Court. 

Brennan Mary, cashr, b 394 N West. 

Brennan Michael, bricklayer, h 224 W 8th. 

Biennan Michael, lab, h 221 Clinton. 

Brennan Michael A, cashr The Indpls Gas 
Co, h 56 Woodn-ff av. 

Brennan Patrick, h 188 Woodlawn av 

Brennan Patrick, grocer 326 S State av h 
same. 

Brennan Patrick, lab, b 41 King av (H) 

Brennan Robert, trav agt, r 193 ChrisUan 

Brennan Thomas, lab, h 287 W Pearl. 
Brennan Thomas J, checker, h 33 Carlos 
Brennan Wm, brick mason, h n s Bright- 
wood av 4 n of Willow (B). 
sf"^^ Wm H, sawmkr, h 278 S Missis- 

BREIVNEKE DAVID B PROF, Dancing 
Academy 82 1-3 N Penn. li 208 S 
Alabama. 

Brenner Ferdinand, lumber, h 204 Dough- 
Brenner Henry D, tel opr, b 120 Yeiser. 
Brenner Minerva (wid George), h 120 Yeiser. 
Brentlmger Wm.cigarmkr, b 181 S New Jer- 

Brenton John E, lab, b 827 S East. 



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Brenton Robert C, lab, h 827 S Bast. 

Brenzel Caroline (wid Henry), h 31 Stevens. 

Brenzel Charles, lab, b 31 Stevens. 

Bresett Marshall H, trav agt, h 93 Wood- 
ruff av. 

Breslin Wm, attendant St Vincent's In- 
firmary. 

Bresnahan Byrant. lab, b 281 W Merrill. 

Bresnahan Edward, cooper, h 269 W Mer- 

Bresnahan .Tohn, lab, h 273 W Merrill. 
Bresnahan Michael J, lab, b 273 W Merrill. 
Bresnahan Wm J, cooper, b 273 W Merrill. 
Bresnan, see also Brosnan. 
Bresnan Mark A. engr, h 96 Chadwlck. 
Bresonlnk John, lab, b 105 Tremont av (H). 
Brester Wm, carp, h 91 Weghorst. 
Bretney Eugene, engr, h 318 E Market 
Bretney T Nester, engr, b 318 E Market 
Brett John, lab, r 215^ E Washington. 
Bretz, see also Britz. 
Bretz Adam, grocer 106 S Illinois, h 118% 

Bretz Adolph J, elk, h 104y2 S Illinois. 
Bretz Arthur G, collr, b 118^4 S Illinois. 
Bretz Edward A, shooting gallery 104 8 

Illinois, h 735 N Illinois. 
Bretzfelder, see also Pretzfelder. 
Bretzfelder Abraham L (Sellg & Bretzfeld- 
er), h 88 Bellefontaine. 
Bretzlaft Adolph H, agt When Blk r 15 

same, h 129 W 2d. 
BretzlafC Theodore R, janitor When Blk, 

r 27 same 
Breunig Charles, lab, h 367 S Olive. 
Breunig George A, h 241 Park av. 
Breunig George T, bkkpr S A Fletcher & 

Co, h 133 Park av. 
Breunig Roy, mess S A Fletcher & Co, h 

133 Park av. 
Breunlnger August H, nursery agt, h 81 

Elizabeth, 
Breunlnger Carl G, elk Clemens Vonnegut, 

h 81 Elizabeth. 
Breunlnger Gustave, baker, b 81 Elizabeth. 
Brewer, see also Bruer. 



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Brewer Albert 
chanan. 

Brewer Albert H, barber 75 N Alabama, h 
38 Sullivan. 

Brewer Alfred (A Brewer & Son), b 114 
Hoyt av. 

Brewer Alvin E, sawyer, h rear 277 S New- 
Jersey. 

Brewer Ambrose, lab. h 124 Lee (W I). 

Brewer Arthur J (Brewer & Hlgglns), b 
1725 N Meridian. 

BREAVER A & SON (Alfred and Calvl 
L>, Contractors and Bi 
Hoyt av. 

Brewer Calvin L (A Brewer & Son), h 114 
Hoyt av. 

Brewer Charles, carp, r 125% E Washing- 
ton. 

Brewer Edward, carp, b 283 Fayette. 

Brewer Edward E, lithog. b 124 Lee (W I). 

Brewer Edward M, student, b 81 B Ver- 

Brewer Elijah A. barber s s Pendleton av 
1 e Poplar, h n s Pendleton pike (B). 

Brewer Fielding, carp, h 133 Hoyt av. 

Brewer George, student, b 119 Christian av. 

Brewer Isaac H, trav agt. h 10 Langley av. 

Brewer John, lab, h 627 W Michigan. 

Brewer John A, engr, h 561 Virginia av. 

Brewer John C, elk, h 14 Wflcox. 

Brewer Robert ]M, porter, h rear 704 N 
Illinois. 

Brewer Walter R, stenog R G Dun & Co, 
b 133 Hoyt av. 

Brewer & Higgins (Arthur J Brewer, Hen- 
ry Higgins), grocers, 1553 N Illinois. 

Brewin Anna E (wld Dlllard A), b w s 
Hazel 1 n of Lawrence. 

Breyer Henry, farmer, h 3 Notch rd. 

Breyer Henri' jr, lab, b 3 Notch rd. 

Breyer Margaret (wld John F), r 12 Hutch- 
ings blk. 

Breyer Wm, lab, b 3 Notch rd. 

Brian, see also Bryan and O'Brien. 

Brian Eveline (wld James M), milliner 58 N 
Illinois, h U Marlowe blk. 



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Briant John, lab, h 23 Helen. 

Briant Maggie (wid Robert), h 23 Helen. 

Brice, see also Bryce. 

Brice Patrick, lab, b 223 W SouUi. 

Briceland Howard M, tel editor The Indpls 
Sentinel, r 347 N Illinois. 

Brick Margaret (wid Patrick), b 12 Henry. 

Bricker James H, lab, h 9 Mulberry. 

Brlckert Edwin W Rev, h Lake av (I). 

Brickie John, brakeman, r 19OV2 S Illinois, 

Brickley David, lab, h 227 Union. 

Brickley Frank B. elk A Kiefer & Co. r 
130 E New York. 

Brickley Patrick, lab, h 416 S Tennessee. 

Brickley Wm, lab, b 416 S Tennessee. 

Briddell Sidney L, lab, h 4 Pleasant. 

Bridenbaugh Anna E (wid David), h s s 
Valley Drive 1 e Ludlow la. 

Bridenstine Albert, rep Insane Hospital. 

Bridge Henry, elk, b 183 E Court. 

Bridge Thomas W, condr, h 68 S Summit. 

Bridges Charles W, mngr B B Wire Fence 
Co, h 442 Ash. 

Bridges Emeline (wid Richard), h 121 New- 
man. 

Bridges Emily (wid David), h 15 Sumner. 

Bridges George W, carp, h 652 Bellefon- 

Bridges Henry E, lab, b 4001^ B Georgia. 
Bridges James, condr, r 175 S Illinois. 
Bridges John, produce E Mkt House, h 

Wayne Tp. 
Bridges John W, paperhanger, b 121 New- 
Bridges J Wesley, barber 123 Ft Wayne 

av, b 41 Newman. 
Bridges Marvey, porter, b 15 Sumner. 
Bridges Man' B (wld Isam G), b 329 Air- 

glnla av. 
Bridges Philip, lab, b 11 John. 
Bridges Philip, lab, b s s Pleasant 2 w of 

St Paul. 
Bridges Rebecca, h 328 Lincoln av. 
Bridges Samuel B, lab, h 121 Newman. 
Bridges Thomas J,clk Indpls Dist Tel Co, h 

n e cor Alabama and New York. 
Bridget Henry. lab, b 15 Cook. 
Bridgewater George, driver, b 180 Oliver av 

(W I). 
Bridgewater Levi, hostler, b 355 Coburn. 
Bridgewater Wm H, lab, h 109 Kappus 

(W I). 
Bridgins James H, driver, h 664 N Ten- 



Brier Abon. student, b 12 Hutchings blk. 
Brier Henry, molder, b Madison rd s city 

limits. 
Brier Maggie (wid John), h 12 Hutchings 

blk. 
Brier Robert G, bkkpr Emil Wulschner & 

Son, b 134 E St Mary. 
Brier Ulysses G, phys, h 118 Fayette. 
Brlese Herman, porter A Kiefer & Co, b 

41 Indiana av. 
Brigang Charles E. watchman, h 253 Jeffer- 
son av. 
Briggs Carrie M (wid Andrew J), h 184 W 

Vermont 
Briggs Edward C, carp, b S3 N Tennessee. 
Briggs Grace G. stenog Bradley, Holton & 

Co, b 126 W 9th. 
Briggs HatUe (wld Wm), r 187% W 3d. 
Briggs James A, carp, b 126 W 9th. 
Briggs James B, lab, h 18 Wilcox. 



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Briggs John R, beamer, h S3 Maxwell. 

Briggs John W, car driver, h 81 Harmon. 

Briggs J Frank, miller, b 81 Harmon. 

Brlgga Mary H (wid John G), b 926 N New- 
Jersey. 

Briggs Ordell C, collr, b 140 N Alabama. 

Briggs Wm G, contr, h 126 W 9th. 

Briggs Wm L, carriagemkr, h 553 B 7th. 

Brigham Charles B, elk Wm B Burford, h 
116 Christian av. 

Brigham Edwin B, lab, b 35 Leon. 

Brigham Lulu, b 116 Christian av. 

Brigham Wm B, bartender, b 116 Christian 
av. 

Bright Chester, brakeman, h e s Gale 2 n 
of Glen Drive (B). 

Bright David, hostler, h 123 Clinton. 

Bright Dora, teacher, b 568 E Washington. 

Bright Edward, elk, h 65 W Ohio. 

Bright Henry, lab, h 23 Springfield. 

Bright Louis G, painter, r 174% W Wash- 
ington. 

Bright Mattie, b 76 B New York. 

Bright Nethie, lab, b w s Shade (B). 

Bright Wilson, lab, h e s St Paul 1 s of Big 
Four Ry. 

Brightwood Foundry Co (Henry & Charles 
Kuehn), Lawrence e of Belt R R (B). 

Brightwood News (Weekly), C A Bates pub 
31 W Market. 

Brightwood School Board, John Herden 
pres, Benjamin A Brown sec, John Win- 
enow treas, n s Brinkman 2 w Bright- 
wood av (B). 

Briley Elmer B, student, r 163 Ft Wayne 

Brili Albert, pedler, h 84 Columbia al. 

Brill Jacob, condr, b 41 Beacon. 

Brill John, brick mnfr Madison rd s of 

Pleasant Run, h same. 
Brill John jr, carp, h Madison rd s of 

Pleasant Run. 
BRILL JOHN C. Dyer 36 and 38 Muss 

av and 05 N Illinois, li 86 Greer. (See 

side lines.) 
Brill Wm F, tailor, I6V2 B Washington, h 

228 W Ohio. 
Brillhart George, engr, h 122 Michigan av. 
Brim Joseph, lab, h 207% W " " " ' 
Brinun Sarah (wid George), 

S Alabama, h same. 
Brindley Henry, foreman, h 339 S Alabama. 
Brineman Amanda (wid Cornelius), b 25iy2 

B Washington. 
Brineman Daniel, barber, b 251% E Wash- 
ington. 
Brininstool Joseph L, trav agt, h 

Brink August W, tailor, b 504 S East. 

Brink Caroline (wid Wm), h 504 S Bast 

Brink Christian, h 333 N Tennessee. 

Brink Frederick K. lab, h 451 Madlison av. 

Brink Frederick W, mach hd, b 451 Madi- 
son av. 

Brink Henry W. mach Dean Bros Steam 
Pump Works, h n w cor Wallack & Ray- 
mond. 

Brink James, lab, h 16 Wilcox. 

BRINK LOUIS H (Brink & Hohl), li 
347 E Morris. 

Brink Wm, carp, b 529 S New Jersey. 

Brink Wm H, uphlr, h w s Wallack 1 n of 
Raymond. 

BRINK & HOHL (Lonis H Brink, Al- 
bert C Hohl), Merchant Tailors 27 
Vlrelnla av. (See top lines.) 



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Private Phone 570. 



Brinker August, h 174 W New York. I 

Brlnker Frederick W, mach, h 174 W New 
York. 

Brinker Henry C (Brinker & HabeneyJ), h 
1090 N Penn. 

BRINKBR & HABBNEY (Henry C 
Brinker, Henry F Habeney), Mann- 
factnrers and Dealers In Cigar 
Boxes, Labels, Ribbons, Flavors. Etc, 
105 to 107 S New Jersey. (See adv In 
classified Boxmakers. 

Brinkley Jonas P, elk, h 297 Cornell av. , 

Brinkman Anton C, grocer 769 S East, h ' 
107 Weghorst. 

Brinkman Catherine (wid Joseph), h w s 
Stuart 4 n Bloyd av (B). 

Brinkman Charles F, carp, h 178 Jefferson 
av. 

Brinkman Charles O, mach, b 49 Stuart (B). 

Brinkman Cliristian, carp, h e s St. Peter 
3 n of Prospect. 

Brinkman Christian F, b 191 Lincoln la. 

Brinkman Frank H, carp, h 528 B Ohio. 

Brinkman Frank H jr, plumber, h 528 E 
Ohio. 

Brinkman Frederick, carp, h 229 Keystone 
av. 

Brinkman Henry, h 229 Keystone av. 

Brinkman Henry J, bricklayer, b 286 B 
Morris. 

Brinkman Herman H, packer, h 273 Jef- 
ferson av. 

Brinkman John, lab, h 164 Hillside av. 

Brinkman Joseph, lab, h 20 Parker av. 

Brinkman Joseph H, confr 193 Shelby, h 33 
Willow. 

Brinkman Katherine (wid John), h 275 Key- 
stone av. 

Brinkman Lewis P, presser, h w s Stuart 
(B). 

Brinkman Louis K, presser, h w s Stuart 
5 n Bloyd av (B). 

Brinkman Mary S (wid Christian)^ h 191 
Lincoln la. „-„ „ ,x 

Brinkmann Arnold, cigarmkr, b 350 Fulton. 

Brinkmann Charles, jeweler, b 526 E Ohio. 



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Brinkmann Joseph, lab, b e of line (I). 
Brinkmann Kate (wid Frederick), h n s 

Orchard av 2 e of Rural. 
Brlnkman Wilhelm, cigarmkr, h 161 Laurel. 
Brlnkraeyer Edward G F, bkkpr, h 636 E 

Ohio. 
Brinkmeyer Frederick J, trav agt J C 

Perry & Co, h 240 Davidson. 
Brinkmeyer George C (J C Perry & Co), 

b 640 N Penn. 
Brinkmeyer Gustav H, ship elk J C Perry 

& Co, b 240 Davidson. 
Brinkmeyer John F, elk, h 234 Davidson. 
Brinkmeyer John H, pres Pioneer Brass 

Works, h 630 B Ohio. 
Brinkmeyer Mary C (wid George H), h 240 

Davidson. 
Brinnick Wm E, tmstr, b 112 John. 
Brinson Caroline (wid Henry), h 31 Stevens. 
Brisbin Jefferson M, lab, h 28 Morton. 
Brisbln Robert, tmstr, h 95 Maxwell. 
Brisbin Timothy, tmstr, h 95 Maxwell. 
Brisco John, express, b 225 Columbia av. 
Brisco John, lab, h 38 Guffln. 
Brisco Thomas, driver, b 38 Guffln. 
Brisse Dominick P, patternmkr, b 1095 W 

Michigan. 
Brisse Wm T, patternmkr, h 1095 W Michi- 

Bristor Esther A (wid Samuel M), h 133 N 

Delaware. 
Bristor Wm A, shoes, h 536 N Tennessee. 
Bristow David H, carp, h 154 Shelby. 
Bristow Emily M, dressmkr 58 Mayhew, b 



Bristow Joseph, Bailiff Superior Court room 
2, bleacher 22% S Illinois, h 422 Central av. 

BRISTOW MRS JOSEPH, Milliner 24 
S Illinois, li 423 Central nv. 

Bristow Joseph A, painter, h 58 Mayhew. 
Bristow Wilford, merchant police, h 244 

Cobum. ^^ ^ 

Bristow Wm H, h 133 Oliver av (W I). 




SEALS, 

STENCILS, 
STAMPS, Etc. 
GEO. J. MAYER 

15 S. Meridian St. 
Telephone 1386. 



Britan Willis W, comp, h 138 S Summit. 
Brite Jerome, mach hd, h s w cor Ludlow 

la and Valley drive. 
Britney, see Bretney. 
Britt Jerome J, mach hd, h n s Ludlo.v la 

nr Valley Drive. 
Britt Peter, carp, h 308 Shelby. 
Brittain Charles O, weighmaster, h 116 

Chadwick. 
Brittain James F, lab, b 14 Minerva. 
Brittenback Wm M, carp h 99 Dun.lop. 
Brittingham Albert, dyer, h 331 Lafayette 

R R. 
Britton, see also Brattain. 
Britton Edward, cigarmkr, b 40 N Bast. 
Britton George, lab, h s e cor W 9th & La- 
fayette R R. 
Britton George T, carp, h 121 S Reisner 

(W I). 
Britton John F, mach hd, h 103 Birch av 

(W I). 
Britton Martin L, ins, h 189 N East 
Britton Oscar F, dentist, 28i^ E Ohio, h 139 

N Meridian. 
Britton Phoebe (wid Levi), b 114 Chadwick 
Britz, see also Bretz. 
Britz John, elk, b 112 Dunlop. 
Broadhead Charles A, mach hd, h 28 S 

Harding (W I). 
Broadhurst Joseph, painter J N Millikan & 

Co, h 101 Shelby. 
Broadhurst Wm J, carp, h 1664 Graceland 

av. 
Broadstreet George, lab, h 200 W 10th. 
Broadus George, cook, h 224 W Wabash. 
Broadus Philip, janitor P O bldg, h rear 174 

Mass av. 
Brochhausen Anna, critic P S No 25, h 340 

Coburn. 
Brochhausen Joseph S, bartender, b 340 

Coburn. 
Brochhausen Peter J, miller, h 340 Cobum. 
Brochhausen Wm R, stereotyper The Indi- 
anapolis Sentinel, b 340 Coburn. 
Brock, see also Brooke. 
Brock Claude, lab, b 28 W McCarty. 
Brock George, elk, b 75 Gerraania av (H). 
Brock George H, lab h line (I). 
Brock Henry L, car rep, h 75 Germania 

av (H). 
Brock Jacob, tmstr, b 262 Archer. 
Brock John W, lab, h 1094 W Vermont. 
Brock Lizzie (wid James), h 28 W McCarty. 
Brock Robert, carp, h 390 Virginia av. 
Brock Thomas, livery 407 Virginia av, h 

Brocking August E, cabtmkr, h 115 Hoyt 

Brocking Ernest D, drayman, h 43 Wyom- 

Brocking Henry, pressfeeder, b 43 Wyora- 

Brocking Richard, drayman, h 43 Wyom- 

Brockway Wm H, elk, b 617 N West. 

Brodbeck Harry C (H C Brodbeck & Co), h 
923 N Alabama. 

Brodbeck H C & Co (Harry C and Town- 
send C Brodbeck), shoe brokers 146 S 
Meridian. 

Brodbeck Townsend C (H C Brodbeck & 
Co), b 923 N Alabama. 

Broden Bryant, h 429 S Illinois 

Broden Frank J, pressman Wn 
b 382 Clifford av. 

Broden Hattie (wid John), h 218 \\" Chssa- 
peake. 



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Broden James, h 271 E New York. 

Broden James Jr (M O'Connor & Co), b 271 
E New Tork. 

Broden James, maeh, h 50 Sinker. 

Broden Michael J, printer, h 382 Clifford av. 

Broden Thomas T, molder, h 122 High. 

Broden Wm E, mach hd, b 429 S Illinois. 

Broder James, lab, h 19 McGlnnls. 

Broderick Daniel, lab, b 19 Henry. 

Broderlck Daniel, lab, h 8 Church. 

Broderick John, lab, b 19 Henry. 

Broderick John, mach, b 200 S Meridian. 

Broderick Joseph, lab, b 159 W McCarty. 

Broderick Mary, domestic 950 N Meridian. 

Broderick Mary (wld Michael), b 13 Gar- 
land (W I). 

Broderick Michael, lab, h 25 Holmes av (H). 

Brodrick Michael, lab, h 25 Holmes av (H). 

Broderick Michael Jr, molder, b 25 Holmes 
av (H). 

Broderick Michael H, lab, h 13 Garland 
CW I). 

Broderick Patrick, lab, b 19 Henry. 

Broderick Patrick, molder, b 25 Holmes av 
(H). 

Broderick Thomas, lab, b 19 Henry. 

Broderick Wm, lab. h 159 W McCarty. 

Brodt Walter P, elk, b 52 S Belmont av 
(W I). 

Broe Andrew, lab. b 299 W Merrill. 

Broeking Augusta (wld Christian), h 144 
Union. 

Broekinff Charles D, elk, h 248 Bellefon- 
taine. 

Broeking Edward, finisher, b 168 Huron. 

Broeking- Frank A, elk, h 143 Union. 

Broeking Frederick, lab, h 168 Huron. 

Brogan Bryant B, lab, h 429 S Illinois. 

Brogan Dennis, lab, h 285 W Merrill. 

Brogan James M, coilarmkr, b Illinois 
House. 

Brogan Wm E, lab, b 429 S Illinois. 

Brohm Wm. carriagemkr, b 487 S Meridian. 

BROICU CHARLES H, Drngrsist 588 S 
Meridian; Tel 280; li 326 Union. 

Broils, see Broyles. 

Brokaw Isaac E, elk Winfleld Miller, h 619 
Bellefontaine. 

Bromley, see also Brumley. 

Bromley John E, agt, h 9 Hutchlngs Blk. 

Bromm Christian, baker 20 E Mkt House. 
h 191 N Noble. 

Brommer, see also Brummer. 

Brommer Frederick, painter, h 524 E Wash- 
ington. 

Brommar Frederick Jr, city fireman, h 524 
E Washington. 

Brommer Wm F. carver, b 524 E Washing- 
ton. 

Bromstrup Henry, lab, b 279 Bates. 

Bromstrup Wm C, finisher, h 279 Bates. 

Bronaugh John W. elk, b 27 Holmes av (H). 

Bronner Losey, lab, h Prospect st ad. 

Bronson, see also Branson and Brunson. 

Bronson Charles S, foreman, h 63 Middle 
Drive (W P). 

Bronson Frank, mach, h 288 Chestnut. 

Bronson Frank F, student, b 225 N Tennes- 

Bronson Fred A, elk, r 6 Ryan Blk. 

RRONSON HENRY M, Assistant Gener- 
al Passenger Agent C C C & St 1. Ry 
(Bis Fonr Ronte) 1 E Wiislilngton; 
Tel 374; h 235 N Tennessee. 

Bronson Mary (wid Ely M), h 768 N New 
Jersey. 

Bronson Scott A, elk, h 318 S Alabama. 



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Brooke, see also Brock. 

Brooke Thomas H C, supt Kingan & Co, h 

308 W Michigan. 
Brookins Hiiam, lab, h 407 Pendleton av. 
Brooklns Wm, lab, b 407 Pendleton av. 
Brooks Abijah L, finisher, h 249 Sheldon. 
Brooks Albert, agt, h 30 Lynn. 
Brooks Alice G (wid Bennett), h w s Gale 

7 s Brinkman (B). 
Brooks Annabel, mngr wall paper J Clune, 

r 144 N Tennessee. 
Brooks Arthur J, trav agt, h 182 E St 

Clair. 
Brooks Bartholomew D, pres West Side 

Planing Mill, h 94 Clifford av. 
Brooks Calvin F, barber, h 30 Chapel. 



Brooks Daisy, teacher P S No 6, h 

New Jersey. 
Brooks David, lab. b 171 S Alabama. 
Brooks Edmund P. elk, h 208 Bright. 
Brooks Edward, bricklayer, b 477 S 



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Brooks Edward, lab, 
Washington (W I). 

Brooks Floyd, condr, b llOO W Washington. 

Brooks George, carp, h w s Harding 1 s o( 
Washington (W I). 

Brooks Henry M, atendant Insane Hos- 
pital. 

Brooks Jacob R, engr, b 81 Davidson. 

Brooks James, coachman 280 N Meridian. 

Brooks James, lab. h 103 Hill av. 

Brooks James, lab, h 364 E McCarty. 

Brooks Jennie (wid Nathan), h 87 Spring- 
field. 

Brooks Jeremiah, lab. h Ritter av (I). 

Brooks John, h 144 N Tennessee. 

Brooks John, lab, h 238 Linden. 

Brooks John A, storekpr Occidental Hotel. 

Brooks John T. condr. h 32 N State av. 

Brooks John W, boilermkr, b Brightwood 
av (B). " -I 

Brooks John W. mason, h 291 Broadwav. „ ;; 

Brooks Joseph E, bricklayer, h 347 S Mis- a> O 
souri. t-" Z 

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O a m Brooks Lawrence, brickmolder, b n e cor 

w ^ 2 Clifford and Osage avs. 

2 »-i r> Brooks Le Roy D, fireman, h n s Foundry 

g ^r 2 s Scofield (B). 

« 00 r Brooks Lida, teacher Kindergarten School 

O f^ 3 No 6, b 304 N New Jersey. 

o ■" J Brooks Maria (wid James), h 232 "W 5th. 

"^ c/5 u Brooks Noah, brick molder, h n e oor Clif- 

^ I- ford and Osage avs. 

^ BROOKS OIL CO. J P Burt Pres, Wal- 
ter C Davisson See and Treas, 4S8 E 
-^ — . Micliigran; Tel 460. 

Brooks Porter, fireman, h 72 S3 Pine. 

Brooks Salena (wid John), Ii 177 S Meridian. 

Brooks Sable J (wid Nathan B), h 81 
Springfield. 

Brooks Thomas, bookbinder Wm B Bur- 
ford, b 477 S Meridian. 

Brooks Thomas C, mach, t, 131 N New Jer- 
sey. 

Biooks Thomas E, switchrr.an, h 122 Mich- 
igan av. 

Frooks Violet (wid Jamesi, h 422 Blake. 

B:coks Willard, lab, h 61S S West. 

Frcoks Wm E, macn hd, h 179 Orange. 

Brooks Wm S, b.-akeman. b 630 Virginia av. 

Brcokshire Caroline (wid Robert), h 272 
■"iass av. 

Brookshire Curtis, bkkpr, b 323 E Merrill. 

i?;ookshire Frederics druggist, b 323 E 
Merrill. 

Erookshire Harvey O. lab. b 272 Mass av. 

Brooksn'ifi George, cl|-- X Y Store, r 131 
\\ Ohio. 

I^TOcksmith L,oiils, b IGS Fletcher av. 

7<:oom John, conlr. r 31 i\lcTill. 

Broomall John H, elk L E & W R R, h 36 
Dickson. 

Brophy Peter, watchman, r 30 S Missis- 
sippi. 

Broslus George W, janitor, h 529% N Illi- 
nois. 

Brosnan, see also Bresnan. 

Brosnan Bros (John D and Daniel), dry 
goods 37 S Illinois. 



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Brosnan Daniel D (Brosnan Bros), h 745 N 
Delawa'-e. 

Brosnan Daniel J, shoes 435 Madison av, h 
same. 

Brosnan James Y, cloaks 52 N Illinois, h 410 
W Nc-w York. 

Brosnan John D (Brosnan Bros), h 749 N 
Delaware. 

Brossan Margaret, bkkpr, b 190 N Tennes- 
see. 

BROSSEI. HinBERT, Mens' Fine Boots 
and Shoes Made to Order 78 N Uli- 

Brost L,U2y (wid Otto), b 84 Michigan av. 

Brothers of the Sacred Heart, St Joseph's 
Institute, Coburn opp Short. 

Brough Benjamin F, trav agt Jolin I- 
Moore, h 80 W Ohio. 

Biough George W, butcher, h 77 N Pine. 

Brough John G, trav agt, b 80 W Ohio. 

Brough John W, solicitor, r 27 Brandon Blk. 

Broughton, see also Braughton. 

Bvoughton Eveline (wid Samuel), b 24 Roe. 

Brcughton Moses T, huckster, h 102 Chad- 
wick. 

Broughton Perrj', lab, h 95 S Williams 
(WI). 

Erouhard John A, motorman, h 361 E Mc- 
carty. 

Brounstein B Jacob, b 118 Maple. 

Brcuse Charles W (Charles W Brouse & 
Co), h Houston av (I). 

BROUSB CELARIiES TV & CO (Charles 
AV Bronse, Wm H H Grabam), Real 
Xlstate and Loans S3 e: Market; Tel 
1267; Brancb Office Irving-ton. 

Brouse David W, with F A Blanchard, h 
47 Arch. 

Brouse ElmerM, livery 3S-40 Oak, h 20 
Broadway. 

Brcuse Hattie E, bkkpr, b 47 Arch. 

Brouse Thomas W, h 72 Broadway. 

Browder, see also Bruder. 

Browder Cornelius D (Browder & Shovcr). 
r 155 N New Jersey. 

Browder Daniel, lab, h 1659 N Mississippi. 

Browder Wilbur F (Clifford & Browder ), 
h 358 Talbott av. 

Browder & Shover (Cornelius D Browder, 
A Frank Shover), contrs, 72% E Washing- 

Brower Abram G (Brower & Love Bros), h 
Utica, N T. 

Brower Daniel W, agt, h 443 E Ohio. 

Brower Henry B, lab, h 220 W Merrill. 

Brower Isaac E, blksmith, h 221 Alvord. 

Brower Noah C (S J Frazee & Co), h Chi- 
cago, 111. 

BROWER & LOVK BROS (Abram G 
BroTver, Jobn R and Hnsb M L,OTe). 
Proprs Indiana AVarp Mills e bank: 
of White river and National rd; Tel 
622. 

Brown, see also Braun. 

Brown Aaron, lab, h rear 126 Yandes. 

Brown Aaron, wagonmkr, h 98 W Ohio. 

Brown Abraham L, butcher, b 444 W Michi- 
gan. 

Brown Ada C (Ed Pailsback & Co), h 525 N 
Illinois. 

Ercwn Adam, cook, b 124 Broadway. 

Brown Addle B, adv elk Indpls News, b 383 
N Alabama. 

Erown Agnes C (wid James W), h cor 
broadway and Bedford av. 



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Blown Albert, brushmkr, h 226 Lexington 

Brown Albert, butcher, h 650 S Illinois. 

Brown Albert, carp, h 282 W St Clair. 

Brown Albert, photog 721/2 E Washington, r 
same. 

Brown Albert C, roofer, b 161 W South. 

Brown Albert G, trav agt, h 174 Bellefont- 
aine. 

Brown Albert P, lab, b 9 Henry. 

Brown Alexander, buggy washer, h 269 N 
West. 

Brown Alexander, porter, b 389 Blackford. 

Brown Alexander G, carp, h 48 Pleasant av. 

Brown Alfred M, carp, h 440 W Pratt. 

Brown Allen M, carp, h 134 Lynn av (W I). 

Brown Alonzo, lab, h 503% W Washington. 

Brown Alonzo P, lab, h 8 Park av. 

Brown Alvin M, stableman, h 341 W Mary- 
land. 

Brown Andrew O, driver, r 125 N Delaware. 

Brr.wn Anna (wid Charles), h 285 S Illinois. 

Brawn Anna (wid John), b 450 Mass av. 

Brown Anna G E, music teacher 285 S Illi- 
nois, b same. 

Blown Annie (wid Anthony), h 297 Alvord. 

Blown Annie, laundress, h 266 Wright. 

Blown Arthur, lab, b rear 712 N Mississippi. 

Brown Arthur G, elk George J Marott, h 264 
E 8th. 

BROWJf ARTHUR V, County Attorney, 
Laivyer 92 1-2 E \%'as]ilngton; Tel 
1470; h 208 IV Delaware. 

Brown Austin, lab, h r 79 Dorman. 

Brown Austin H, depty Surveyor of Cus- 
tcms, 3rd floor P O Bldg, b 330 N Me- 
ridian. 

Brown A Withers (wid Henry J), h 28 W 
New York. 

Brown Benjamin, stenog, r 2 Stewart pi. 

Brown Benjamin A, phys, Brinkman, h 
same (B). 

Brcwn Benjamin B, lab, Occidental Hotel. 

Brown Birney A, butcher, b 437 Central av. 

Brown Brice P, trav agt, h 120 Spann av. 

Brcwn Carrie (wid Henry), h 157 Agnes. 

Brox 'n Casander (wid Alexander), b 525 N 

Alabama- 
Brown Cephas, driver, b 250 E Market. 

Brown Chalmers, pres Railway Officials' 
and Employes' Accident Association, b 
664 N Meridian. 

Brown Charles, barber 342 E Washington, b 
94 Talbott av. 

Brown Charles meats Indpls Abattoir Co, 
h 26 Wisconsin. 

Brown Charles, photog 121 W Washington, 

Brown Charles, phys, b S27V> N Illinois. 
Brown Charles, porter, r 369 W New York 
Brown Charles, student, b 982 N Meridian. 
Brown Charles A, depty County Surveyor, 
b 163 Hoyt av. 

BROWN CHARLES C, City CItH En- 
gineer 13 Court House; Tel 512: li 
523 N Delaware. 

Brown Charles C, collr Robert B Jerusa- 
lem, h 293 E North. 

Brown Charles C, lab, h 297 S Tennessee. 

Brown Charles C, paperhanger, h 339 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Brown Charles P, carp, h 374 Orange. 

Blown Charles F, lab, b 163 Martindale. 

Brown Charles G, barkpr, h 23 Shelby. 

Brown Charles H, elk, b 98 W Ohio. 

Brown Charles J, waiter, h 248 Fayette. 



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Brown Charles P, painter, h E Udell (N I). 

Brown Charles T, plastr, b 194 Oliver av 
(W I). 

Brown Charles W, barber, h 289 Blake. 

Brown Christopher C, barber 256 Blake, h 
129 Columbia al. 

Brown Clara, h 238 Alvord. 

Brown Clara S, teacher, b S2 N East. 

Brown Clark Rev, pastor Pilgrim Friends' 
Church, h 92 Division (W I). 

Brown Clay, lab, h cor Sangster and Re- 
becca- 
Brown Claybourn, lab, b 132 Darnell. 

Brown Danforth, ins, h 45 W 2d. 

Brown Daniel L (Brown & Ainsworth), h 
188 Ash. 

BROWN DANIEL N. Dentist r 14 and 
16 Insurance BIk, 51 1-2 N Penn, Ii 
85 Highland PI. (See adv opp.) 

Bitwn Darwin, bkkpr U S Suoply Co, 1; 
360 Coburn. 

Brown David, grocer 744 E Sth, h same. 

Brown Delia, teacher, b 33 Rockwood. 

Brown Demarcus C, teacher Butler Uni- 
versity, h Washirgton av (I). 

Brown Dennis, cooper, h 228 Hamilton av. 

Brown Edgar, lab, b University av (I). 

BROWN EDGAR A, Jndgre Nineteenth 
Judicial Circuit 45 Court House, li 
200 Broadway. 

Brown Edward, barber, b 209 W Ohio. 

Brown Edward, lab, b 316 W Court. 

Brown Edward meats Indpls Abattoir Co, b 
26 Wisconsin. 

Brown Edward B, molder, h 10 Belmont av 
(H). 

Brown Edward F, lab, h 961 N New Jer- 
sey. 

Brown Edward J, photog 164 Virginia av, 
h same. 

Brown Edward L, bill elk, h 134 N. Me- 
ridian. 

Brown Edward M, trav agt, b 1020 N Ten- 
nessee. 

Brown Eli P, grain 13 Board of Trade 
Bldg, h 680 N Illinois. 



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Repairs on water, gas and sewer pipes promptly 

attended to by experienced mechanics. 

Telephone 860. Marion Block. 

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Established 1S76. TELEPHONE 168. 

CHESTER BRADFORD, 

Solicitor of Patents, 
aisd covnsel in patent cavses. 

(Sec adv. page 6.) 

Office:— Rooms 14 and 16 Hubbard Block, 8.W. 

Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 

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Brown Elijah P, editor Ram's Horn, h 220 

Ash. 
Brown Elisha M, sawyer, b 115 River av 

(W I). 
Brown Eliza (wid Abram) h s e cor Tem- 
ple av and Ohio. 
Brown Elizabeth (wid George), h 3S3 N 

Alabama. 
Brown Elizabeth (wid Levi), b 3S Arbor av 

tW I). 
Brown Ellis, cooper, r 5 Columbia blk. 
Brown Elmer L, claim agt, r 2 Stewart pi. 
Brown Elnathan W, h 801 E Washington. 
Browii Elnora (wid Wm L), h 228 S Mis- 
Brown Emily, b 215 Michigan rd. 
Brown Emma (wid Elisha), h 93 Frank. 
Brown Emma V, teacher P S No 23, b 215 

Michigan rd. 
Brown Emory, brakeman, b 206 Blackford. 
Brown Ernest E, city agt Singer Mnfg Co, 

r 381/2 Kentucky av. 
Brown Ernest J. saw flier, b 22 Wyoming. 
Brown Ernest M, dry goods 583 S Meridian, 

h 20 E Morris. 
Brown Ethan A, storekpr, h 132 Belleton- 

taine. 
Brown Everett, molder, h n w cor Holmes 

av and Summit (H). 
Brown Ezra E. molder, h 80 Holmes av 

(H). 
Brown Fannie (wid Scott), b 389 Blackford. 
Brown Fannie (wid Wm), b 1125 N Me- 

ridiaji. 
Brown Flora, r 23y2 W Ohio. 
Brown Frank, baker, r 82 E New York. 
Brown Frank, cabtmkr. h 132 Downey. 
Brown Frank, condr, b 1107 N Tennessee. 
Brown Frank, driver, b 84 N New Jersey. 
Brown Frank, rubbermkr, h 72 Martindale 

av. 
Brown Frank, saloon 155 Indiana av, h 374 

W 2d. 
Brown Frank, brakeman, h 179 Brookside 



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h 163 Martindale 



Brown Frank E, shoes 1 

b 82 N East. 
Brown Frank M, mach, 

av. 
Brown Frederick, carp, b B Udell (N I). 
Brown Garrett A, meats Indpls Abattoir 

Co, b 437 Central av. 
Brown Garrett, lab, h. -w s Station 4 n of 

Scofield (B). 
Brown George, gardener, h 326 Lexington 

av. 
Brown George, lab, h 157 Agnes. 
Brown George, lab, h 34 Guffln. 
Brown George, lab, b 3 Wood. 
Brown George F, plastr, h 194 Oliver av 

(W I). 
Brown George H, engr, h 185 Brookside av. 
Brown George P, real est, h University 

av (I). 
Brown George T, dairy n w cor Pleasant 

av and Cypress, h same. 
Brown George T, mounter, b 226 Lexington 

Brown George W, h w s Michigan rd 5 n 

of Fall Creek. 
Brown George W, boarding house, h 76 E 

New Tork. 
Brown George W, carp, h E Chicago (N I). 
Brown George W, carp, h University av (I). 
Brown George W, charge of salesmen Nor- 

dyke & Marmon Co, h 120 Middle Drive 

(W P). 
Brown George W, finisher, h 176 Brookside 

Brown George W, meats Indpls Abattoir 

Co, h 437 Central av. 
Brown George W, painter, b w s Addison 

2 s of Washington Mt Jackson. 
Brown George W, sec German-American 

Building Assn, h 375 N Alabama. 
Brown Grace C, bkkpr The When, b But- 
ler av (I). 
Brown Hannah (wid Valentine), h 346 S 

Missouri. 
Brown Harriet (wid Harrison), h E Udell 

(N I). 
Brown Harrison, porter, h 5 Peck. 
Brown Harry, lab, b 43 English av. 
Brown Harrj', lab, r 52 S State av. 
Brown Harry, mach, b 22 S State av. 
Brown Helena C (wid Adrian D), grocer 

1310 N Tennessee, h 1306 same. 
Brown Henderson, lab, h 269 N West 
Brown Henry, brakeman, b 141 Bates. 
Brown Henry, lab, b e end Georgia- 
Brown Henry B, plumber, b 22 Wyoming. 
Brown Henry B, lab, h 36 Bismarck av (H). 
Brown Henry H, broommkr, h 80 Weg- 

horst. 
Brown Henry L, bkkpr Daniel Stewart;, h 

286 Lincoln av. 
Brown Henry L, mach, h 119 W 6th. 
Brown Henry W, plumber, b 22 Wyoming. 
Brown Herbert O, trav agt, b 235 E Ohio. 
Brown Herbert P, bkkpr, b 226 E Walnut. 
Brown Hilton U, city editor Indpls News, 

h Washington av (I). 
Brown Hiram, elk Thomas C Day & Co, b 

203 E South. 
Brown Horace G. trader, b 4D School. 
Brown House, Thomas B Brown prop, 87 N 

Delaware. 
Brown Howard Bev, b 33 Rockwood. 
Brown Howard W, mntr, h 226 B Walnut. 
Brown Ida M, dressmkr 445 E McCarty, h 



same. 
Brown Ignatius (I & L M Brown), 
Baldwin blk. 



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Brown Isaac B, saw temperer, h 152 Lee 
(W I). 

Brown Isaac E, butcher, b 26 Wisconsin. 

Brown Isaac R. h 274 E Court. 

Brown I & L M (Ignatius and Lindsay M), 
abstracts, 66 B Marliet. 

Brown Jacob, farmer, h e s Lincoln av 2 s 
of R R track (Mt J). 

Brown Jacob C, letter carrier P O, h 120 
Weghorst. — 

Brown Jacob M, elk, h 30 Cleveland (H). 

Brown Jacob P, dynamo man, b 304 E Mar- 
ket. 

Brown James, brakeman, h 1079 W New 
York. 

Brown James, lab, b 751 N Mississippi. 

Brown James, lab, h Prospect street add. 

Brown James A, barber, b 290 S Bast. 

Brown James A, tmstr, h 33 Rockwood. 

Brown James B, plastr, h 68 Lord. 

Brown James D, paperhanger, h 132 E 
Walnut. 

Brown James E, coachman, h 80 W Wa- 
bash. 

Brown James J, lab, h 33 Hosbrook. 

Brown James M, framemkr, h 4881^ E 
Washington. 

Brown James R, elk, b 8 N Rural. 

Brown James W, lab, h 13 Frazee (H). 

Brown James W, tmstr, h s e cor Hazel 
and Bloyd av. 

Brown Jane M, teacher Home for Colored 
Friendless Children, h 12th and Missis- 
sippi. 

Brown Jason, condr, r 28 S State av. 

Brown Jeanette, stenog R S McKee & Son, 
b 24 Ft Wayne av. 

Brown Jeremiah, lab, h 450 N West. 

Brown Jesse B jr, M O elk P O, b 1501 N 
Illinois. 

Brown Jesse C, janitor P S No 3, h same. 

Brown Jesse H, supervisor drawing P S, h 
421 Broadway. 

Brown John, h 84 Dougherty. 

Brown John, h 81 S Missouri. 

Brown John, bartender, r 245y2 Virginia av. 

Brown John, elk H P Wasson & Co, r 307 
N Mississippi. 

Brown John, condr, b 31 McGill. 

Brown John. lab. b 1217 N Tennessee. 

Brown John, plastr, b 232 B Walnut. 

Brown J<5hn, sawmkr, h 442 S Illinois. 

Brown John A, blksmith, h 150 Lee (W I). 

Brown John A, molder, h 61 Bismarck av 
(H). 

Brown John C, livery 233 W Maryland, h 
same. 

Brown John D, carp, h 341 S Meridian. 

Brown John B Rev, b 82 N Bast. 

Brown John E, carp, h 222 Ash. 

Brown John F, bookbinder, h 405 Blake. 

Brown John F, carp, h 26 Centennial (H). 

Brown John F, mach, b 44 Bradshaw. 

Brown John G, h 304 N New Jersey. 

Brown John H P, metermkr, h 360 Coburn. 

Brown John L, elk, b 77 Lynn av (W I). 

Brown John R, phys 102 N Alabama, h 
same. 

Brown John W, h 102 Cherry. 

Brown John W, h ISO Elm. 

Brown John W, fireman, h 3 Taylor av. 

Brown John W, ironwkr, r 94 N New 
Jersey. 

Brown John W, janitor, r 171/2 N Illinois. 

Brown John W, real est, h 82 N Bast. 

Brown John W. shoemkr, h 13% W Wash- 
ington. 



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Brown John W jr, elk, r UVz E Washing- 
ton. 

Brown Joseph, tmstr, r 18914 Indiana av. 

Brown Joseph A, checkman, h 1125 E Mich- 
igan. 

Brown Joseph B, lab, h e s Hazel 1 s of 
Bloyd av. 

UROWjV JOSEPH D, Agt American Ex- 
press Co, 5 K Wnshington, I> 1125 IV 
Meridian. 

Brown Joseph F, special transcript elk 
Marion county, ■ — -- - 

Brown Joseph H 
Woodlawn av. 

Brown Joseph H, cooper, h 420',^ W Michi- 
gan. 

Brown Joseph H, mach, b 702 W Washing- 
ton. 

Brown Joseph P, cigars Court House, h 277 
Broadway. 

Brown Josephus, hostler, h 226 W Vermont. 

Brown J Burgess, h 1501 N Illinois. 

Brown J Burgess jr, elk P O, h ISOI N 
Illinois. 

Brown J Edward, lab, b e s Lincoln av 2 
s of R R track. 

Brown J Wiley, plastr, h n w cor 9th & 
Hillside av. 

Brown J Wm, lab, b e s Lincoln av 2 s of 
R R track (Mt J). 

BROAVN-KETCHAM IRON AVKS, Wm H 
nroTvn Pres, John 1. Ketcham Sec 
and Treas, Wm R Brown Snpt, 
Hangli-rille; Tel 257. 

Brown Leathy, h 226y2 K Washinston. 

Brown Leona, r 53 Cleaveland Blk. 

Brown Leonard) H, farmer, h e s Balti- 
more av 2 n Manchester. 

Brown Lewis M, elk, b n s Depot (B). 

Brown Lindsay M (I & L M Brown), r 23 
Baldwin Blk. 

Brown Louis, barber r 173 W North. 

Brown Louis J, painter, h 1741/2 N Missouri. 

Brov/n Louis L, b n w cor Pleasant av and 
Cypress. 




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MANUFACTURER OP" 

Galvanized Iron Cornices, 

Tin, Iron and Slate Roofing, Skylights, Ventila- 
tors, Corrugated Iron and Paneled Steel Ceil- 
ings and Sheet Metal Work of all kinds. 
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Brown Louise S (wid Frank), h 71 E SI 
. Clair. 

^^^j Brown Lourie, elk, b 33 Lockwood. 
^^^ Brown Lucia, teacher P S No 22, b 404 Tal- 
'^ . bott av. 

/•y<^ Brown Lucille (wid Benjamin M), h 11( 
^J^J Spann av. 

C Ij Brown Lulu, stenog, b 121 N Illinois. 
It I Brown Lydia F, teacher, b 437 Central av 
r^^^ Brown McKenzie, h 370 N M: " 

\^^^ bama 

O Brown Mahlon S, City Agt Daggett & Co, 
h 2.34 Brookside av. 
UROWN-BIANLY PLOW CO. Isaac B 
^^^^^ PleUett Mngr, 170 S Pemn, 
^Lm^ Brown Marcus L, lumber 23 S Penn, h 1020 

ON Tennessee. 
Brown Mariah J (wid John), b 501 N Cali- 
fornia. 
Brown Marie A, stenog, b 304 N New Jer- 



k. av. 

"^^^ Brown Marshall, lab, b 1S7 S Tennessee. 

k^" ' Brown Martha B (wid Emanuel), dom, 

^j 181 E Drive (W P). 
^\^ Brown Marthena E, h 110% Mass av. 
^aliii^ Brown Mary (wid Kinsey), h 370 N Missis- 

W Brown Mary (wid RicharcJi, b 118 N Bast. 
Brown Mary (wid Samuel), h 445 E Mc- 
W ^ Carty. 

[>^j Brown Mary, stenog Warwick H. Ripley, 
^*^ b 155 N Illinois. 

^ Brown Mary (wid Carl M), b 565 S Mer- 
-^3^ idian. 
^*^ Brown Mary J (wid Cyrus), h 162 N iUi- 

|l| Brown Mary J (wid Wm), b 485 N Mis- 
Brown Mary W (wid Benjamin F), b Na- 
^—^ tional av (I). 
r^J Brown Maurice H, elk, h 25 Roanoke. 

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E-H CARRIAGES 

\^^ ^ With Utmost Care at Lowest Rates. 

f^ j 32 EAST GEORGIA STREET. 

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Brown Mary B, teacher P S No 13, b 20S 
B South. 

Brown Michael F, painter, li 471 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Brown Miimle (wid Albert), h 22 Wyoming. 

Brown Mollie (wid Thomas), b 105 Brook- 
Brown Moses, lab, b rear 383 Lafayette 
R R. 

Brown Nancy T (wid Ryland T), h 13 Cen- 
tral av. 

Brown Nanny A, dressmkr 484 W North, h 
same. 

Brown Nathaniel J, engr, h 208 Fayette. 

Brown Nicholas, lab, 1> 53 High. 

Brown Nora E, b 110% Mass av. 

Brown Olive (wid Thomas), h 69 Malott av. 

Brown Oral F, painter, h 76 Torbet. 

Brown Oscar A J, cigarmkr, b 78 Lexing- 

Brown Owen A, brakeman, h 105 Brookside 

Brown Patrick, watchman, h 53 High. 
Brown Pemesa A (wid Austin), h w s 

Addison 2 s of Washington (M J). 
Brown Peter, cabtmkr, b 215 S Alabama. 
Brown Pius, carp, h 332 Spann av. 
Brown Randolph, lab, b s s Fernway Ist e 

Catherine. 
Brown Reason, lab, 136 Church. 
Brown Rebecca (wid Edward), b Station 

(B). 
Brown Rebecca (wid George), h 17 Hos- 

brook. 
Brown Richard, agt, h 66 Tandes. 
Brown Richard, tmstr, h 70 Quince. 
Brown Richard H, elk, b 118 N East. 
Brown Richard H, horsedlr, h 255 S New 

Brown Robert, hostler, h 23S W Ohio. 
Brown Robert, lab, h 312 B Court 
Brown Robert, lab, h 102 Martindale av. 
Brown Robert A (Brown & lilley), h 174 

Talbott av. 
Brown Robert P, finisher, h 115 River av 

(W I). 
Brown Robert P, porter, b 277 Bright. 
Brown Robert W, baggagemaster, h 53 

Brown Roy D, sawyer, b 93 Frank. 

Browii Rudolph R, lab, h 276 Spring. 

Brown Ruth A (wid James J), b 101 Nor- 
dyke av (W I). 

Brown Samuel, porter, b 346 S Missouri. 

Brown Samuel E, lab, b e s Lincoln av 2 
s of R R track (Mt J). 

Brown Samuel H, flagman, h 148 Cypress. 

Brown Samuel L, h 315 Fletcher av. 

Brown Samuel T, butcher, h 735 N New 
Jersey. 

Brown Sarah, h 176 Blake. 

Brown Sarah W (wid Wm Y), h 46 Henry. 

Brown Scott, lab, has Temple av 1 n. of 
Ohio. 

Brown Scott, tmstr, b 648 N West. 

Brown Solomon C, bkkpr, h 226 R Walnut. 

Brown Spencer, lab, h 151 W Merrill. 

Brown Sylvia, h rear 235 E Ohio. 

Brown Taber H, mach, b 385 1-^ Ohio. 

Brown Theodore E, livery 202 W Washing- 
ton, h 27 N West. 

Brown Thomas Rev, h 35 Morrison. 

Brown Thomas, bartender, b 53 High. 

Brown Thomas B, propr Brown House, .S7 
N Delaware. 

Brown Thomas F, painter, h 84 Dougherty. 

Brown Thomas L, lab, o 520 N Calif ornin. 



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Brown Thomas W, cashr Indpls Brewing- 
Co, h 45 Ruckle. 

Brown Walker, lab, h 19 Marie. 

Brown Walter, mach, h 111 Walcott. 

Brown Walter, trav a^, n 3:! liockwood. 

Brown Walter S, barber, h 91 Howard. 

Brown Walter S, drugs, 90 Ft Wayne av, h 
same. ? 

Brown Warren, lab, b 395 Blackford. 

Brown Wm, foreman, h Brinkman I'B). 

Brown Wm, hostler, r -o Circle. 

Brown Wm, lab, h 105 Martindale av 

Brown Wm, lab, r 21 Willard. 

Brown Wm, lab, b rear 126 Yandes. 

Brown Wm C, lab, b 177 W 5th. 

Brown Wm H, butcher, b 26 Wisconsin. 

Brown Wm H, elk, h 24 Broadway. 

Brown Wm H, collr, h 445 E McCarty. 

Brown Wm H, pres Brown-Ketcham Iron 
Works, h 2S0 N Meridian. 

BRO\VlV "WM H, Stndent Indpls Bnsl- 
nesa University, B J Heeb Pres, 
When Blk N Penn opp P O; Tel 499. 
(See adv cover Rnd p 4.) 

Eiown Wra J, elk h 121 N Illinois. 

Brown Wm J, vice-pres Indpls Stove Co, h 
118 E Pratt. 

Brown Wm L, grocer 125 Lynn av (W I), b 
77 same. 

Brown Wm M, carp, h 17 S Rural. 

Brown Wm M, lab, h 225 Fayette. 

Brown Wm R, supt Brown-Ketcham Iron 
Works, h 859 N Penn. 

Brown Wra T (Carter & Brown), h 291 Park 
av. 

Blown W Dayton, elk, h 64 Lexington av. 

Brown W Scott, carp, h 250 W 12th. 

Brown Zachariah, carp, b 10 Dorman. 

Brown Zachariah, engr, h 12 Barrel. 

Brown & Ainsworth (Daniel L Brown, 
Frank Ainsworth), ins, 45 Baldwin Blk. 

Brown & Kiley (Robert A Brown, Philip J 
KUey), blksmlths, 29 Bird. 

Brown & Proctor (Joseph H Brown, Thom- 
as Proctor), tinware. 18 Prospect. 

Browne Joseph J, bkkpr, h 43 W Drive 
(W P). 

Brownell Charles C, feed 148 Blake, h 451 
W New York. 

Brownell Herbert K, cashr, h 433 College 



Browning, see also Bruening. 
Browning Blanche, h 27 N Ea; 



605 JI Tennessee. 

Browning Florence I (wid Jacob), h 224 W 

Pearl. 
Browning Frank, trav agt A Kiefer & Co, 

r 16 Circle. 
Browning Harry S, fireman, h Willow 2 e 

of Brightwood av (B). 
Browning Henrj' L, sec Indpls Lounge Co, 

h 605 N Tennessee. 
Browning John W, condr, h 80 W St Clair. 
Browning Kate, dressmkr, h 418 Blake. 
Browning Mary S, h 123 Huron. 
Browning Oscar G, mach hd, h 428 S West. 
Browning Robert C (Browning & Son), h 



Walnut. 
Browning Thomas, 
(W I). 



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Browning Thomas N, meat mkt 231 W 

Washington, h 239 W Market. 
Browning Wm J, phys 19 W Ohio, h 605 N 

Tennessee. 
BROWNING & SON (Robert C Brotvn- 

ingr), Drnerslsts 15 W Washington; 

Tel 823. 
Browning Wood, drugs 149 Fletcher av cor 

Dillon, h 60 Lexington 

2321/4 S 



Biownlee Rolla A, driver, 
ridian. 

Brownlee Thomas, baker, b 155 W McCarty. 

Brownlee Thomas, trav agt, h 411 W Mich- 
igan. 

Broyles Francis E (wid Moses), h 268 Al- 
vord. 

Broyles George, rubber worker, b 79 S Lib- 
erty. 

Broyles Joseph H, lineman City Civil En- 
gineer's office, h 49 Smith. 

Broyles Mary A, bkkpr, h 268 Alvord. 

Broz Frank, gilder, b 431 Madison av. 

Broz Joseph, gilder, b 431 Madison av. 

Broz Mary (wid Frank), h 4S1 Madison av. 

Erukaker Abraham S (Brubaker & Ayres), 
h 527 College av. 

Brubaker Elmer H, student, h 163 Ft Wayne 
av. 

Brubaker Grant S, student, b 527 College av. 

Brubaker & Ayres (Abraham S Brubaker, 
Arthur S Ayres), phys. Fair Blk. 

Bruce Alexander, b 698 Virginia av. 

Bruce Andrew J, jailor Marion County Jail, 
h 22 Germanla av (H). 

Bruce Bella, teacher Blind Inst, b same. 

Bruce David K, solicitor, h 411 S State av. 

Bruce Emanuel, confr, h 565 S Meridian. 

Bruce George O, b 700 College av, 

Bruce George W, bailiff Superior Court 
Room 1, h 73 Woodlawn av. 

Bruce Green, lab, h 34 Rhode Island. 

Bruce Ida, dress-nkr 173 Hadley av (W I) 



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BRUCE JAMES P. BaUer ana Con- 
fectioner 59S and «0O Virginia nv, 
(See ailv in classified 
BaUers.) 

Bruce John C, fireman, h 30 Garland (W I). 

Bruce John W, h n w cor Park av and lath. 

Eruce Joseph G, money deliverer Adams 
Ex Co, h 122 Woodlawn av. 

Bruce Margaret (wld James A), h 700 Col- 
lege av. 

Bruce Mary F, h 700 College av. 

Bruce Melissa H (wid Isaac N), h 15 Cen- 
tennial (H). 

Bruce Robert, elk, b 73 Woodlawn av. 

Eruco Robert, mach, h 70 Tandes. 

Bruce Thomas, lab, h s s E Ohio 4 e of 
Rural. 

Bruce Walla:e, cook, h 19 Iowa. 

Bruce Wilbur A. plastr, h 385 S East. 

Bruce Wm F, porter Adams Ex Co, h 132 
Spann av. 

Bruce Wm J, baker 173 Hadley av (W I), 
h same. 

P.ruck, see also Brock. 

Bruck John, brewer, h 118 Fulton. 

P.rucker Wm A, lab, b 349 Madison av. 

Bruckman John, produce E Mkt House, h 
Irvington. 

Bruckner Robert, brewer, h 63 Wyoming. 

Bruder, see also Browder. 

Bn;der Charles, huckster, b 151 Locke. 

Bruder Jacob, huckster, h 151 Locke. 

Brueckner Frederick C, brewer, h 473 S 
New Jersey. 

Brueckner Iheodore, florist, h 532 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Bruell Adolph, baker, h 428 S Missouri. 

Bruening. see also Browning. 

Bruening John, finisher, h 66 Kennington. 

Bruening John F, carp, h 415 S Delaware. 

Bruening Lewis, framemkr, 415 S Delaware. 

Bruening Wm, finisher, h E Lake (N I). 

Bruenning Charles E, phys 110 Yeiser. h 
same. 

Bruenning George, elk, h 110 Teiser. 

Bruenning Mary (wid Frederick), h 439 S 
Meridian. 



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COAL AND LIME, 

378 to 400 E. Washingfton St. 

TBI— 1310. 



Bruer, see also Brewer. 

Bruer Geirge, student, b 119 Christian av. 

Bruggner Blasius, finisher, b 1016 S Me- 
ridian. 

Bruggner Jihn, finisher, b 1016 S Meridian. 

Bruggner Joseph, finisher, h 1016 S Meridian. 

Bruhn August, receiving elk J C Perry & 
Co. h 98 Hendricks. 

Biuhn August jr. finisher, b 98 Hendricks. 

Brulin Frtderiek. asst bkkpr J C Perry & 
Co, b 98 Hendricks. 

Bruhn Wm. porter, h 85 Teiser. 

Bruhning Charles, hamessmkr, h 531 S Illi- 

Er'iunsma John, f( reman, h 23 St Peter. 

Brumbaugh David E, barber, b 505 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Brumell John H. bkkpr. h S6 Dickson. 

Brumfield Ada, dressmkr 266 Indiana av, h 
same. 

Brumfield James, lab, h 602 W Michigan. 

Brumfield Martha (wid Samuel), dressmkr 
266 Indiana av, h same. 

Brumfield Perry W. carp, h 89 Camp. 

Brumit Wm A. carp, h 17 Central av. 

Brumley, iee also Bromley. 

Brumley Nancy C (wid John A), h 140 Elm. 

Brumley Wm F. depty constable 40 N Dela- 
ware, h 230 S Noble. 

Brummell Abraham L, cook, h 219 N West. 

Brummell Anna, dressmkr 219 N West, h 
same. 

Brummell Robert D. barber Union Stock 
Yards (W I), h 238 S Reisner (W I). 

Brummer. see also Brommer. 

Brummer Albert, mach. h 374 Chestnut. 

Brummer Robert, typewriter, h 356 S New 
Jersey. 

Erundage Edgar, elk Indpls Union Ry Co, 
h 225 English av. 

Brundage Samuel M. broker, b 129 N Illi- 
nois. 

Brune Vingezo. peddler, b 17 Kentucky av. 

Brunei August, driver, h 128 N Pine. 

Bruner Albert, baker, h 14 Ketcham. 

Bruner Anderson (A Bruner & Co), h 398 N 
New Jersey. 

Bruner August, molder. h 66 Fayette. 

Bruner Augustus (A Bruner & Co), h 398 N 
New Jersey. 

Bruner A cS: Co (Augustus and Anderson 
Bruner), brickmnfgs and contrs 35 E 
Ohio. 

Brimer Charles B. hostler, r 40 E Mary- 

Bruner Charles I, sewer contr, h 63 Oak. 

Bruner Ellas D. lab. h 632 Home av. 

Bruner Henry E (Regnas & Bruner), b 94 
W 7th. 

Bruner Henry L, teacher Butler Univer- 
sity, b (I). 

Bruner Jacob M, foreman, h 111 Oak. 

Bruner John J. elk, b 14 Ketcham. 

Bruner Preston O, comp, h 123 River av 
(W I). 

Bruner Wm. bartender, b 23 Kentucky av. 

Brunhoefer Sophie (wid Christopher), h 199 
Lincoln la. 

Brunnemer George C. city fireman, h 272iA 
W Washington. 

Brunner Bertha, h 229 B Court. 

Brunner Fred, watchman, h 608% Virginia 

Brunner Samuel G. mach, h 54 Kansas. 

BRUNNER A\TW F, District Passenger 
Aet Penn & Vandalla Lines n e cor 
Wasliington and Hlinois; Tel 858; h 
lOOS N Penn. 



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Brunns Mary (wid Henry), h 122 E Merrill. 
Bruno Vincent, fruits 90 E Mkt House, h 

17 Kentucky av. 
Bruns Charles, bricklayer, h 56 Jones. 
Brunsmann David, blksmith, b 38 Dunlop. 
Brunson, see also Bronson. 
Brunson Charles M, elk, b 1528 N Merdian. 
Brunson Frederick A, ins agt, b 174% N 

Tennessee. 
Brunson Henry C (H C Brunson & Co), h 

1528 N Meridian. 
Brunson H C & Co (Henry C Brunson), box 

mnfgs cor St Clair and Canal. 

BRtJNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO, 
Lang & Richt Ag't.s, 138 S Illinois. 

Brunswick Maurice (Adolph Kahn & Co), 
h 128 N East. 

Brunton Frances M (wid Parker S). super- 
vising prin P S No 20, b 489 Broadway. 

Brush Gorge B, elk The When, h 1500 N 
Mississippi. 

Brush John C, lawyer Talbott Blk, h 564 N 
Penn. 

Brush John T (Owen Bros & Co), h 27 
Morrison. 

Brussler Robert, motorman, b 1139 N Illi- 
nois. 

Brust Louisa (wid Theodore O), music 
teacher 84 Michigan av, h same. 

Eruton Maggie (wid John), h 494% S Meri- 
dian. 

Bryan, see also Brian and O'Brien. 

Bryan Annie E, h 94 W 1st. 

Bryan Bertha, teacher P S No 31, h 121 
Dougherty. 

Bryan Charles A, elk Dean Bros Steam 
Pump Works, b 1369 N Tennessee. 

Bryan David C, phys, h 18 W North. 

Bryan Dennis P, butcher, h 990 S Meridian. 

Bryan Dennis F Jr, meats Indpls Abattoir 
Co, b 990 S Meridian. 

Bryan Felix A, ins solicitor A Metzger 
Agency, h 187 N Alabama. 

Bryan Harry, elk, h 1369 N Tennessee. 

Bryan Harry, elk P C C & St L Ry, h 35 
Broadway. 

Bryan Harvey, lab, h 73 Wilson. 

Bryan Hugh, asst in Chemical Laboratory 
High School No 1, h 748 N Illinois. 

Bryan James P, farmer, h 126 Oliver av 
(W T). 

Brj;an^ J?,™®? '^- druggist 123 S Illinois, h 

630 N Tennes- 



Villa 
av. 
Bryan Osman C, elk, b 1369 N Tennessee. 
Bryan Patrick H, butcher, b 990 S Meri- 

Bryan Philip L, lab. h 134 Bright. 

Bryan Rebecca J (wid Joseph), h 75 Wilson. 

Bryan Robert T, elk, b 135 B Pratt. 

Bryan Rudolph R Rev, h 68 Camp. 

Bi-yan Solon L, bridgebldr, h 121 Dougherty 

Bryan Thomas N, phys 346 E South, h 
same. 

Bryan Will E, elk, h 18 Villa av. 

BRYAN WM C, Wholesale and Retail 
Flonr and Peed cor Fletclier av and 
Noble; Tel 445; Ii »46 E SontU. 




BRYANT'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. Con- 
solidated Indianapolis Business Uni- 
versity, Wlien Blk N Penn opp P O; 
Tel 499, E J Heeb Pres. (See front 
cover bottom lines and p 4.) 

Bryant Charles M, bkkpr, b 385 N New 
Jersey. 

Bryant David C, mngr, h 31 N Olive. 

Bryson Edward, student, h 28y2 Indiana av. 

Bryant Edwin D, Depty County Auditor's 
Office, h 126 W Michigan. 

Bryant Elizabeth (wid Charles), h 18714 W 
3rd. 

Bryant Emanuel, lab, b w s Michigan 2 n 
of Lake. 

Bryant Harry, switchman, h 995 W Ver- 
mont. 

BYRANT IDA MRS, Sec and Trens 
Tbe Webb-Jameson Co, h 18 Bls- 

Bryant James C, prin Irvington Schools, h 

Walnut av (l). 
Bryant John W, h 407 N Illinois. 
Bryant Kate, photog 88 S Illinois, h 31 N 

Olive. 
Bryant Louis, lab, h 88 S West. 
Bryant Mary (wid Aaron), h 128 Anderson. 
Bryant Nathan W (N W Bryant & Co), h 

949 N Mississippi. 
Bryant Nellie, h 475 E Market. 
BRYANT N W & CO (Nathan \V 

Bryant), Pianos, Orgrans and Mnsicnl 

Merchandise SS and 60 N Penn; Tel 

486. 
Bryant Richard, lab, b 379 S Delaware. 
Bryant Thomas, lab, r 127 E 7th. 
Bryant Thomas, tmstr, h 95 Minnesota. 
Bryant W^alter C, plastr, b 58 Columbia av. 
Bryant Wm, lab, b 128 Anderson. 
Bryant Wm, lab, b 403 W 2nd. 
Bryant Wm E, carp, h s w cor E Ohio and 

Colorado av. 
Bryant Wm H, plastr, h 58 Columbia av. 
Bryant Willis, elk The Webb-Jameson Co, 

h 18 Bismark. 



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BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COl.- 
LEGE, Consolidated Indianapolis 
Business University, When Blk N 
Penn opp P O; Tel 499; E J Heeb 
Pres. (See front cover, bottom lines 
and p 4.) 

Bryce, see also Brice. 

Bryce George H, mngr Peter F Bryce, h 
285 B South, tel 938.' 

Brj'ce John, driver, r WDVa S Illinois. 

BRYCE PETER F, Baker 14 and 16 
E South; Tel 370; h Chicago, Ills. 

Bryce Robert J, driver, h 13 E South. 

Bryce Wm C, elk, r 45 Russell av. 

BRYSON RACHEL A, Physician 434 
Mass av, h same. 

Bryson Robert H, mngr Fleischman & Co, 
h 268 S Alabama. 

Buch Nelson C, foreman E C Atkins & Co, 
h 906 S Meridian. 

Buchanan Aaron, lab, h 376 S West. 

BUCHANAN ALBERT E, Dentist 15 and 
16 When Blk, h 950 N Penn. 

Buchanan Andrew A, blksmith. h 190 
Woodlawn av. ,. „„ ^ . j 

Buchanan Andrew J, carp, h 32 Lmden. 

Buchanan Catherine (wid Thomas T), h 

Buchanan Charles A, elk r m s, r 141 W 
Buchanan Charles E, cook, h 415 E Wash- 
Buchanan Charles J (Planner & Buchan- 
an), h 952 N Delaware. 
Buchanan Edward, insp The Indpls Gas 

Buchanan Eli, driven wells, h 53 S Shef- 
field av (N I). „ ^ 
Bujhanan Elizabeth S (wld Le Roy), nurse, 

Buchanan George W, contr, r 138 S East. 



5CHM1TT & QUNN, 

O Plumbers and Gas Fitters 

Water Services, Stove Connections, 
■ • I Burners, Valves, Etc. 

lAI JOB WORK SOLICITED. 

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Buchanan Howard W, weighman, h 197 

Buchanan James, h 502 Ash. 

Buchanan James A, special agt Aetna Life 

Ins Co, h 106 Elm. 
Buchanan James M, coUr J S Farrell & 

Co, h 24 Lord. 
Buchanan John C, foreman millwright Nor- 

dyke & Marmon Co, h 320 S Missouri. 
Buchanan Joseph F, coUr, h 283 River av 

(W I). 
BUCHANAN JOSEPH W, Road Plows, 
Wagons, Carriages 25 to 29 S East, 
h 317 Olive. 
Buchanan Luther, lab, b 15 Mclntyre. 
Buchanan Mary (wid John), h 320 S Mis- 
souri. 
Buchanan Mary (wid John), b 15 Mclntyre. 
Buchanan Melvin R, brakeman, b 32 Lin- 
den. 
Buchanan Nancy A (wid Ezra), h 42 Te- 

cumseh. 
Buchanan Nelson, painter, b 28 Guffln. 
Buchanan R R, mngr Universal Credit 

Agency, r 9 Grand Opera House Blk. 
Buchanan Samuel, r 52y2 Indiana av. 
Buchanan Sarah J (wid Oliver H), h 126 

W 6th. 
Buchanan Sumner, paperhanger, b 126 W 

6th. 
Buchanaa Sumner, civ eng, b 42 Tecumseh. 
Buchanan Wm W, trav agt The Bowen- 

Merrill Co, b 502 Ash. 
Buohel Otto G, stenog, b 1123 N Delaware. 
Bucher August, brewer, h 38 Nebraska. 
Buohhom Albert W, rubberwkr, b 114 S 

Noble. 
Buchhom Christian, h 65 Buchanan. 
Buohhom Frederick C, drayman D P Er- 

win & Co, h 199 N Pine. 
Buchhom Frederick C jr, drayman D P 

Erwin & Co, b 199 N Pine. 
Buchhom John C, mach, h 114 S Noble. 
Buchhom Sophia L (wld Christian), b 114 

S Noble. 
Buchmeier Michael, tailor, lOli N Dela- 
ware, h 86 Benton. 
Buchner August J, plumber 36 Virginia av, 

h 267 Prospect. 
Buchsenmann Martin, saloon, 106 Mass av, 

h same. 
Buchtel Henry A Rev. pastor Central av 

M E Church, h 825 College av. 
Buchter Mary (wld Theodore), h 195 Blake. 
Buck, see also Bock. 
Buck Almira F (wid Thomas H), r 131% E 

Washington. 
Buck Cassius C, carp, h Bond (N I). 
Buck Charles P, carp, h W Wells (W I). 
Buck Frank, elk, b 376 E New York. 
Buck Grant, butcher, h 195 W Vermont. 
Buck Herbert, elk, b 378 College av. 
Buck Hiram F, painter, r 93 Malott av. 
Buck Jesse, lab, h 56 Sinker. 
Buck Jesse T, painter, h 93 Malott av. 
Buck John, brakeman, h 171 E Court. 
Buck John W, lumber, h 494 College av. 
Buck Lovina, teacher, h W Francis (N I). 
Buck Minnie C, stenog E P Morris, h 215 

Buck Nelson C, mach, h 906 S Meridian. 
Buck Presley J, h E Francis (N I). 
Buck Rebecca E (wld Philip), b 216 Ram- 
Buck Robert A, carp, h W McLane (N Th 
Buck Stephen R, mailing elk P O, b 195 W 
Vermont 



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Buck Sylvester T, confr 60 Indiana av, h 

same. 
Buckels James, lab, li 280 Lafayette R R. 
Buckhart John, mach. r 100 N Mississippi. 
Buckingham Sarah (wid Thomas), h 219 W 

Ohio. 
Buckler Elizabeth. A (wid Green B), h 76 

Division (W I). 
Buckler Frank, elk, h 76 Division (W 1). 
Buckley Daniel, mach, b 32 Lord. 
Buckley Daniel M, sheet ironwkr, b 671 S 

Tennessee. 
Buckley Hannah (wid John), h 32 Lord. 
Buckley James P, elk, b 32 Lord. 
Buckley John, condr, b 32 Lord. 
Buckley John N, foreman, h w s Wheeler 

2 n Bloyd av (B). 
Buckley Mary E, teacher P S No 28, b 32 

Lord. 
Buckley Patrick, lab, h 96 Sharp av (W). 
Buckley Patrick, lab, h 571 S Tennessee. 
Buckley Patrick J, lab, b 110 Bates. 
Buckley Timothy, lab, h 110 Bates. 
Buckley Timothy jr, mach, b 110 Bates. 
Buckner Alexander, barber 206 W Wash- 

ingrton, h same.. 
Buckner Aylett, lab, h 48 S bheffleld av 

Buckner Carrie, b 176 Muskingum al. 
Buckner Daniel, lab, b 468 S Meridian. 
Buckner Daniel, lab, r 37^4 Virginia av. 
Buckner Ellen (wid Wm), b 135 W 3d. 
Buckner Frank, lab, h ?30 W Vermont. 
Buckner George H, lab, b 253 N West 
Bi ckner Isaac B. packer, h 490 W North. 
Buckner James A, carp, h 118 Woodlawn av. 
Buckrer John. lab. h 163 S Belmont av 

(W I). 
Buckner John J, barber, h S8V2 S Illinoia. 
Buckner Nathan, waiter, r 371/2 Virginia av. 
Buckner Robert, cupola tender, h 40 How- 

Bucksot George E, molder.h 145 Linden. 

Eucksot Henry F, carp, h 23 Columbia av. 

Bucksot Slna (wid Frederick), h 17 Ham- 
ilton av. 

Buckstahl Frederick, lab, b 258 English av. 

Bucy Belle (wid Leander). b 744 E Sth. 

Bucy Edward, lab, b 96 Columbia av. 

Bucy Francis J, helper, b 96 Columbia av. 

Bucy Lylla P (wid Hartwell H), h 96 Co- 
lumbia av. 

Eudd D Shimer (J R Budd & Co), b 364 Park 



Budd J R & Co (John R, Rush G and D 

Shimer Budd), poultry, 44 Kentucky av. 
Budd Rush G (J R Budd & Co), h Rush- 

vllle, Ind. 
Eudd Wra S, ice cor 6th and canal, h 271 

Central av. 
Budde Frederick H, car rep, h 123 Fulton. 
BUDDEIVBAUM BROS (Jobn A and 

Frederick), Grocers 2 Fletcher av. 
Buddenbaum Charles H (Buddenbaum & 

Heller), h 97 Prospect. 
Buddenbaum Frederick (Buddenbaum Bros), 

h 67 Harrison. 
Buddenbaum Harry E (F J Meyer & Co), 

b 396 E Ohio. 
Buddenbaum John A (Buddenbaum Bros), 

h 83 S Noble. 
Buddenbaum Louis G, carp, b 396 E Ohio. 
Buddenbaum Mary C (wid Henry), h 396 E 

Ohio. 



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BUDDENBAUM ^VM C (Home Lumber " 
Co), h 96 N Arsenal av. 

Buddenbaum & Heller( Charles H Budden- j 
baum, BUswcrUi E Heller), grocers, 327 ' 
Prospect. 

Budenz Henry J. teller Capital National ( 
Bank, h 581 Shelby. . 

Budenz John T, h 581 Shelby. ' 

Budenz Julia (wid Henry), h 581 Shelby. • 

Budenz Louis, h 229 Union. 

Budenz Louis A, sec Foster & Bennett ' 
Lumber Co, h 51 Highland pi. 

Eudwletsky Casper, Junk 127 B Maryland, 
h 449 S Tennessee. 

Eudwletsky Jacob B, elk, b 449 S Tennessee, i 

Eudwletsky Joseph, clothing 293 E Wash- ; 
ington, h same. \ 

Buechert Frederick, junk 210 W McCarty, h i 
same. • 

Buehler, see also Beeler and Bieler. 

Buehler Anna (wid George), h 20 Downey. 1 

Buehler Eugene, elk The H Lieber Co, b , 
856 N New Jersey. ! 

Buehler George, painter, b 20 Downey. j 

Buehler Jacob, phys 391 S Delaware, h • 
same. 1 

Buehler Jeremiah R, h 394 S Delaware. 

Buehler John, mach, b 20 Downev. 

Buehler John, painter, h 327 Clifford av. 

Buehler John, supt The H Lieber Co. h 633 
S Meridian. 

Buehler Josephine (wid John), h 32 Wyom- 
ing. 

Buehler Max, elk, h 856 N New Jersey. 

Buehrlg Rebecca (wid Henry E), b 200 W ! 
Sth. 

Buehrlg Wm T, insp City Civil Engineer's 
Office, h 766 N Tennessee. I 

Buell Caroline Y (wid Chester H), h 17 1 
Omer. ] 

Buell Wm H, painter, b 17 Omer. 1 

Buenemann Wm H, tailor, h 468 S Missouri, i 

Buennagel Charles W, sawyer, b 70 San- 
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Buennagel Charles W, stonecutter, h 364 S 
East. 

Buennag-el Elizabeth (wid Fred), hi 70 San- 
ders. 

Buennagel Jacob T flndpls Parlor Furni- 
ture Co), h 387 S East. 

Buennagel John J, mach hd, b 70 Sanders. 

Buennagel Joseph, packer, h 174 Duncan 



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Buenting Gerhart C, tinner WiUard Mc- 
Workman, h 343 Blake. 

Buenting Lueppo D, lawyer 29 S Delaware, 
h 623 E Miami. 

Buergelin Louis, blksmith, Michigan rd (N 
I), h E Shoemaker (N I). 

Buergelin Willis E, blksmith, h E Addison 
(N I). 

Buesking, see also Busking. 

Buesking Charles G, sawyer, b 154 Huron. 

Buesking Christian H, lumber insp, h 154 
Huron. 

Buesking Edward, pattern mkr, b 144 Hu- 
ron. 

Buesking Frank, mach, b 144 Huron. 

Buesking Frederick W, h 144 Huron. 

Buesking- Wm F, lather, b 154 Huron. 

Buethe Wm, asst bkkpr Merchant's Nat 
Bank, b 346 N East. 

Bufflngton Benjamin F, tailor, b 242 N Ala- 
bama. 

Buffo Jacob, Janitor, b 386 N West. 

Bufkin Samuel, h 318 N Meridian. 

BVGBEE IRA D, Denier In Lumber, 
Shingles, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Monld- 
Ingrs, E^tc cor Lincoln av and It E & 
W Ry; Tel 1186; h 98 Rnckle. 

Bugbee Sarah H (wid John), h 434 College 
av. 

Bugbee S Carrol, stenog Theodore Stein, b 
434 College av. 

Bugby Parker E, engr, h 103 Cornell av. 

Bugs Susan (wid Samuel), h 313 E Miami. 

BUHJTEING ERNEST, Propr Odorless 
Vanlt Cleaning- Co, 34 Sf Delaware, 
h 87 Meikel. 

Buhr Herman, bartender Circle House, h 
103 Dorman. 



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Buhrlage J Albert, elk, h 409 N Pine. 

BUILDERS' EXCHANGE OF INDIANAP- 
OLIS, George AV Stanley Pres, 
Joseph A Dnulap Vlce-Pres, Cornel- 
ius W Snlllvan See, Levi S Piersou 
Treas, Charles A Rtcbart Snpt, 35 E 
Ohio; Tel 535. 

Buker Arthur, lab. b 159 Hoyt av. 

Bula George E. train desp I D & W Ry, h 
223 Bellefontaine. 

Bula Rolla W, phys 33 W Ohio, h 284 N 



B, agt W & J Sloane, 



Bulkeley Cassius 
247 N Delawar 

Bullard Charles, carder, h 93 Blake. 

Bullard James, lab. h 602% College av. 

Bullard John, carder, b 93 Blake. 

Bullerdick H Edward, waiter, r 34 Grand 
Opera House blk. 

BuUington Frank L, barkpr, b 1100 E 
Washington. 

BuUington Harvey H, saloon 1100 E Wash- 
ington, h same. 

Bullitt Ruth M. matron Home for Friend- 
less Women, h cor 9th and Tennessee. 

Bullock Bradford A, mngr Am Collecting 
and Reporting Assn 36 N Delaware, h 36 
W Michigan. 

Bullock Harry J, millwright, h 18 Dougher- 
ty. 

Bullock HatUe N, teacher P S No 4, h 36 
W Michigan. 

Bullock Henry W (Bullock & Bolton), h 13 
Central av. 

Bullock Onslow L, carp, h 65 Cincinnati. 

BULLOCK & BOLTON (Henry W Bul- 
lock, Frank T Bolton), Real Estate, 
Rental and Loans 77 1-2 E Market. 

Bulmahn Charles (Hartraan & Bulmahn), h 
149 Harrison. 

Bulman Austin, condr, h 125 W Pratt. 

Bulman Phiiopena (wid Deitrich), h 101 
Gray. 

Buloo George, printer, b 285 S Tennessee. 

Bulsterbaum Gustav, finisher, h 76 S Mis- 
souri. 

Buisterbaum Herman, h 76 S Missouri. 

Bumb Charles H, wheelmkr, h 92 Nordyke 
av (W I). 

Bumgardner John, herbs : 
h 714 Chestnut 

Bumgardner Joseph 



E Mkt House, 



wheelmkr, 
Ciiestnut. 
Bunce Charles D, mach, h 66 Warren av 

Bunce James R, lab, 66 Warren av (W I). 

Bunce John S, lab, h 12 McCauley. 

Bunch Albert N, carp, b 424 Bellefontaine. 

Bunch Anthony Rev, pastor Lovely Lane 
A E Zion Church, b 191 S Linden. 

Bundchu Harry J, mach hd, b n s E Wash- 
ington 1 w of Belt Ry. 

Bundy Albert W, fireman, h 100 Brookside 

Bun'dy Asa, barber, h 164 Bird. 

Bvndy Benjamin F, carp, h 83 Hosbrook. 

Bundy Charles E, barber 197 W Washing- 
ten, h 27 Ingraham. 

Burdy Charles M, chemist Eli Lilly & Co, 
b 462 N Penn. 

Bur.dy Charles V, jeweler, b 83 Hosbrook. 

Brndy George E, printer, h 81 W St Clair. 

Bundy Jesse, lab, h 17 N Noble. 

Eundy .Jolm P, carp, h 121 Ash. 

Bundy Morris E, engr, h 111 Ash, 

Bundy Samuel E, barber, r 164 Bird. 



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Bundy "Wm, h e s Indianapolis av 4 n of 
Fall Creek. 

Bunger John W, trav a.gt Clemens Vonne- 
gut, h 416 College av. 

Bunker Mary E (wid Robert A), h 50 N 
State. 

Burin Willis, lab, h 17 Willard. 

Bunnell Anna (wid Wm), h 651 E Market. 

Bunnell Charles D, lab, h 153 HUlside av. 

Bunnell Charles V, broommkr, b 486 N East. 

Biiinell Fred, elk, b 651 E Market. 

Buntel Charles, elk Charles Mayer & Co, b 
84 W Vermont. 

Bunten Orval, painter, b 1077 W Vermont. 

Bunten Oscar H, carp, b 31 Ashland (W I). 

Buntin James, lumber, b 450 Mass av. 

Buntin John B, lumber Inspr. h 391 Ash. 

Bunting George W, architect ZTri W Wash- 
ington, h US King (H). 

Bunting John, b 27 Madison av. 

Bunze Charles, timer, b 315 S Meridian. 

Buoris Charles, mail carrier, h 141 Agnes. 

Buorls Thompson, whitewasher, h 141 Ag- 
nes. 

Burbridge John W, lineman, h 26 Ashland 
W I). 

Burbridge Shelby, lab, h 321 Clinton. 

Burch, see also Berch and Birch. 

Burch Albert T, contr 1358 N Illinois, h 
same. 

Burch Charles V, jeweler, r 132 N Tennes- 
see. 

Burch Hamilton J, mach, h rear 256 S Del- 
aware. 

Burch Valentine, lab, h 3 Wilcox. 

Burch Wm, grocar 23iy2 W Washington, h 



coffee roaster, 



same. 

Burcham Charles 
Hoyt av. 

Burcham Frank E, shoemkr, b 95 Hoyt av 

Burcham James H, oils, h 121 W Garden, 

BimCHAM JOSEPH B, Dealer In Boots 
find Shoes, Pine Sboes Made to Or- 
der 163 Virginia av, li 95 Hoyt av. 

Burcham Stella, b 193 Fletcher av. 

Burchett Linza, engr, h 106 Spann av. 

Burckhaltor Abraham, brakeman, b 490 E 
Georgia. 

Burckhardt Louis, phys 582 S Meridian, i 
same. 

Burckle George, lib, r 511 N West. 

Burd A Clayton, fireman, h 175 River a-v 
(W I). 

Burden Je=!se, elk, b 453 Virginia av. 

Burden Clark, bartender, r 214 W Vermont. 

Burden Gnce (wid Daniel), h W Eugene 
(N I). 

Burden Johnson Rev, pastor St. Paul' 
M E Church, h s w cor Baltimore and 
Brinkman. 

Burdett Mary A (wid Ulysess M), h 24 S 
Beville av. 

Burdett Robert, lab, h 112 Singleton. 

Burdette Wm C, with N B & M Ins Co, h 
1P4 N East. 

Burdsal Alfred, pres A Burdsal Co, h 661 

N Penn. 
BURDSAIi A CO THE, Alfred Bnrdanl 
Pres, Granville G Allen Vloe-Pres, W 
H Meier See and Treas, S T Jorflan, 
Rnssell G Allen, Mnfrs Paint, White 
Lead, Varnishes and AVhoIesale 
"Window Glass, Brnslies, Etc, 34 S 
Meridian, Factopy 341 to 353 S Penni 
Tel 709. 

Burdsal Thomas C. b 545 N Meridian. 



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Bureau of Animal Industry, Evan H Pritch- 

ard Veterinary, 122 E Wabash. 
Bureau of Justice, Frank H Blackledge 

atty, 12 Ingall3 Elk. 
Bureau of Public Printing and Binding, 3 

State House. 
Bureau of Statistics, 33 State House. 
Burford John T, phys 162 N Meridian, h 

same. 
Burford Myles, student, b 700 N Meridian. 
Burford Nancy J (wid Miles W), h 162 N 

Meridian. 
BURFORD OSCAR W^, Stndent Indpls 
Business Universitj-, E J Heeb Pres, 
AVhen BIk N Penn opp P Oj Tel 499. 
(See adv cover and i> 4.) 
Burford Wesley B, h 162 N Meridian. 
BURFORD WM B, Llthosrapher, En- 
graver, Printer, Etc 31 W^ Washing- 
ton; Tel 310 J h TOO N Meridian; Tel 
1059. (See ndv opp.) 
Burgan, see also Bergen. 
Burgan Charles I (J C 15urgan & Co), h 312 

Spann av. 
Burgan John C (J C Burgan &. Co), h 1726 

N Tennessee. 
Burgan J C & Co (John C and Charles I), 

blacksmiths 116 E Oh'O. 
Burgan Mary, b 80 MaiJl.i. 
Burgan Patrick, bra>veinan, b 102 N Sum- 
mit. 
Burgan Tramim, drayman, h (.08'^ Vir- 
ginia av. 
Burge, see also Berg and Birge. 
Burge Clayton L, condr, h 222 S Noble. 
Burger, see also Berger. 
Burger Charles, molder, h e s Lincoln av 3 

s of Jackson (Mt. J). 
Burger Charles B, elk, h 564 Broadway. 
Burgert Lina (wid Peter), b 22 Dougherty. 
Burges Edward W, painter, h 34 Leon. 
Burges Elliott E, uphlr, h 324 B Miami. 
Burges John, b 47 Peru av. 
Burges Mary A (wid Cornelius), boarding 
h 169 N Noble. 



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Steel, Iron Rooting, Siding and Celling, 

Steel Rooting tor all Kinds at Buildings 

a Specialty. 

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Bookkeeping, OfBce Training free. See page 4. 
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Burges Medora (wid James), h 718V4 N Te 

nessee. 
Burgess Alvin B, grocer 252 N Noble, 



Burgess Benjamin 

av, h same. 
Burgess Caleb C, dentist, h 



grrocer 356 Indiana 
N Temies- 



Burgess Everitt E, cigarmkr, h 49 Wright. 

Burgess Hannah (wid Loftin), h 4 Lynn. 

Burgess Mary A, grocer 50 Elizabeth, h 
same. 

Burgess Nancy J (wid Rev Otis A), Pres 
Christian Woman's Board of Missions, h 
376 Bellefontaine. 

Burgess Samuel, lab, h 122 Fulton. 

Burgess Urban, painter, b 4 Lynn. 

Burget Aaron J, carp, h e s Bismark av 2 
n of Grand View (H). 

Burget Enoch D, carp, h 35 S Tennessee. 

Burgett Magdaline (wid Peter), h 22 Dough- 
erty. 

Burgett Wm O, grindier, h 521/2 Indiana av. 

Burgette Louisa H (wid Washington), b 
86 Hoyt av. 

Burgheim Edward D, elk, b 619 N Mer- 
idian. 

Burgheim Henry D, jeweler 9 S Illinois, h 
619 N Meridian. 

Burgheim Louis, elk, h 621 N Meridian. 

Burglow Gustav, b 285 S Tennessee. 

Burgman, see also Bergman and Bergman. 

Burgman Frederick, saloon 64 Shelby, h 
same. 

Burgman Frederick H, carp, h 198 Shelby. 

Burgoon Sadie, cosmetics, b 260 N Ala- 
bama. 

Burgoyne Wm, engr, h 171 Spann av. 

Burgtorf Charles A, elk, b 107 Weghorst. 

Burk, see also Birk. 

Burk Annis. reporter The Indpls Sentinel, 
b 174 E New York. 

Burk Bridget (wid Martin), h 139 Meek. 

Burk Burton, elk, b 329 N MississlppL 

Burk Caroline (wid Louis), h rear 232 S 
Missouri. 




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60 E. MARKET ST., 

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Burk Charles, bartender, h 145 E Merrill. 
Burk Christopher, stolker, h 219 Union. 
Burk Edgar H, lab, h e s Tremont av 4 n 

of Grand View (H). 
Burk Frederick E, wheelmkr, b rear 232 S 

Missouri. 
Burk F Marion, st car driver, r 175 W 

Washington. 
Burk George, butcher, b 23 Russell av. 
Burk George W, coUr, b rear 232 S Mis- 
souri. 
Burk Henry, cigars, h 40 Hall PI. 
Burk Jacob B, driver, h 33 Cobum. 
Burk James, porter, r 52% S Illinois. 
Burk James M, foreman, h 224 Union. 
Burk Jennie (wid John C), h 81 W Ohio. 
Burk John, h 1121 N Delaware. 
Burk John, barkpr, b 389 N West. 
Burk John, lab, b 268 S Penn. 
Burk John, sawfller, b 429»^ S Meridian. 
Burk John E, shoes 102 S Reisner (W I), h 

100 S Reisner (W I). 
Burk Joseph, shoemkr 112 N Pine, h same. 
Burk Kate, milliner, b 138 Fayette. 
Burk Katie (wid George W), h 174 E New 

York. 
Burk Lizzie (wid Wm), h 230 W Market. 
Burk Marion, foreman, h 404 N West. 
Burk Martha (wid John), h 13 N California. 
Burk Minnie, stenog, h 33 Hudson. 
Burk Nellie, cashr, b 138 Fayette. 
Burk Peter, lab, h rear 251 W 6th. 
Burk Wm, condr, r 175 S Illinois. 
Burk Wm, lab, h 89 Torbet. 
Burk Wm, lab, h 404% W Washington. 
Burk Wm, watchman, h 138 Payette. 
Burk Wm T, stereotyper, b 219 Union. 
Burk W Henry, condr, h 33 Hudson. 
Burke Amanda (wid Eugene), h Ritter av. 
Burke Amanda (wid Eugene), h Ritter av 

(D. 
Burke Amanda (wid Henry), b 729 N Mer- 
idian. 
Burke Clement P, cashr, Jenney Electric 

Motor Co. b Ritter av (I). 
Burke Corrine (wid John), dressmkr 13 

Greenwood, h same 
Burke Eliza A (wid Joseph), h 140 N Pine. 
Burke Elvira M (wid Louis C), h 23 Shelby. 
Burke Frank, lab. b 50 S West. 
Burke Frank B, U S Dist Atty P O Bldg, 

b Grand Hotel. 
Burke Fred M, elk New York Hat Co, h 

385 N Illinois. 
Burke Henry W. h 388 S Delaware. 
Burke James, lab, b 62 S California. 
Burke John, car rep, h 139 Meek. 
Burke John, watchman, h 206 Bates. 
Burke John J, fireman, b 207 Meek. 
Burke John T, mach. b 205 Meek. 
Burke Mark, lab, b 50 S West. 
Burke Mary (wid John), h 321 N Illinois. 
Burke Mary (wid Martin), b Woodside av 

(W). 
Burke Mary, waitress Deaf and Dumb 

Asylum, b same. 
Burke Mary A (wid John), b 272 River av 

(W I). 
Burke Mary J. teacher shorthand Training 

School, h 81 B Michigan. 
Burke Michael, roadmaster, h 42 Belmont 

av (H). 



Burke Omer, lab, h 44 Nordyke av (W I). 
Burke Orrin T, bkkpr, b Ritter av (I). 
Burke Owen, h 169 Johnson av. 



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Burke Patrick, engr, h 205 Meek. 

Burke Patrick, lab, b 34 Warman av (H). 

Burke Steplien, r 46 S Missouri. 

Burke Thomas, eng-r, ii 21 Decatur. 

Burke Thomas P. lab, h 366 W Maryland. 

Burke Wm, r 46 S Missouri. 

Burke Wm, bricklayer, h 116 Minnesota. - 

Burke Wm, lab, r 249% W Washln^on. 

Burke Wm H, elk Louis Deschler, h 40 

Hall pi. 
Burkely James, lab, h 325 E Court. 
Burkert Alvin H, trav agt. h 268 E Market. 
Burkert Elizabeth (wid John R), h 268 E 

Market. 
Burkert Walter, fireman, b 7 N State av. 
Burkes George O, waiter, h Country Club. 
Eurkhardt, see also Borgert. 
Burjthardt Adam, woodturner, h 127 E 

South. 
Burkhardt Edward E, lab. h 31 Palmer. 
Burkhardt George W, broomkr, h rear 459 

5 Meridian. 

Burkhardt James C, h Bitter av (I). 

Burkhardt James F, elk, b 248 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Burkhardt John J, shoemkr, h 277 S Dela- 
ware. 

Burkhardt Samuel, h 277 S Delaware. 

Burkhardt Thomas, catsupmkr, h 323 W 
Washington. 

Burkhart Bros (Louis and John), saloon 1 
Madison av. 

Burkhart Ellsworth, trav agt, h 70 Hovt 
av. 

Burkhart Frank J, elk, b 248 N MiBsis=inpi. 

Burkhart Harvey H, nursery s e cor Court 

6 Alabama, h 492 S Meridian. 
Burkhart John (Burkhart Bros), saloon 200 

Virginia av, h same. 
Burkhart Joseph S. lab, h 569 Union. 
Burkhart Julius C. trav agt, h 24 S Pine. 
Burkhart Louis (Burkhart Bros), h 1 Mad- 
ison av. 
Burkhart Susan E (wid Andrew J), h 248 N 

Mississippi. 
Burking Harry, .ianitor. r ISVa N Meridian. 
Burkle Charles W, butcher, h 32 Picking. 
Burkline John C, mach, h n s Gale 3 n 

Brinkman (B). 
Burkman Wm, molder, b 247 Prospect. 
Burks James, trav agt McKee & Co, h 1044 

N Alabama. 
Burks Thomas L, watchman, h 1009 N 

Mississippi. 
Biirlage. see Buhrlage. 

Burland James, brickmason, b 182 W Wash- 
ington. 
Burleigh Florence A. stenog Indpls Med & 

Surg Institute, b 405 N Alabama. 
Burleigh James, carp, b 404 Cornell av. 
Burleson Dempsey D, plastr, h e s Gale 3 

s Willow (B). 
Burleson Elmer, plastr, h e s Austin 3 n 

Blovd av (B). 
Burleson George S, pattemmkr, h 83 Ger- 

mania av (H). 
Burlev Andrew L, porter, h 199 W 3d. 
Burlpy Conrad, lab. h 83 Howard. 
Burlington John W, lab, h 79 Montana. 
Burlington Naomi (wid Wm), b n s 8th 2d 

E Sheldon. 
Burnell Margaret, h 64 S Noble. 
Burnell Wm. lab, h 28 Brett. 
Burner Frederick, h 1025 N Mississippi. 
Burnett, see also Bamett. 
Burnett Bros (James A and Wm), grocers 
138 Michigan (H). 



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Burnett Charles E, elk, b 266 S Penn. I ^ ' 

Burnett Daniel R, tel opr, b 217 Dougherty. | i 

Burnett Edward, lab, h 162 W McCarty. I 

Burnett Ellas, lab, n w cor Park av and ^ 

16th. 
Burnett Emily (wid Robert), b 47 Agnes. > ,. J 
Burnett Frank, lab, b 35 Henry. . ^ 

Burnett Frank, tmstr, h rear 141 Park av. j ^ ; 
Burnett George, driver, b 47 Agnes. \ ' 

Burnett; George C, plastr, h 266 S Penn. f ^ 
Burnett Harry N, driver Am Ex Co, h 525 " 

S Illinois. „, '^^* 

Burnett James A (Burnett Bros), h 108 >*^ < 

Burnett John A, shoemkr, h 104 King av I ' 

Burnett John W, lab, h 21 Belmont av. C^^ 

Burnett Lee, restaurant 156 W Washington, J^ 

h ZW- Indiana av. l^Nj 

Burnett Levi M, grocer s s Washington 1 <-<— n 

w Harrison av, h same (Mt J). *■ ^ 

Burnett Mary L, dressmkr 77 W Michigan, ^_j,^^_^ 



Burnett Peter M, cigarmkr, h 217 Dougher- 



ty. 



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Burnett Samuel C, trav agt U S Baking | f— i 

Co, r 215 N Illinois. , ^^ ^^ zj . 

Burnett Seth, plastr, h 36 Ashland (W I), c t > 

Burnett Wm (Burnett Bros), h 108 Kmg av > 1 ' 

Bumev Wm, hostler, r 69 W Market. %C/0 

Burnh'am Ella J, dyer 6 W Market, h 62 g r-^ 

Newman. v. cc " «-'-^ 

Burnham Gilbert L, baggagemaster, b 66 

Newman. 
Bums, see also Bems and Byrne. 
Burns Achimedes J, jeweler 8 Indiana av, 

b 88 W Ohio. ^ ^,„ .^^ ^.^ 

Bums Alexander, sawyer, h 140 N Pme. 
Burns Barney W, r 59 W Maryland. 
Burns Carrie, bkkpr, b 69 S Liberty. 
Bums Charles E, miller, b UO Church. 



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Bums Charles E, watchmkr, r 23% W 

Ohio. 
Burns Charles T, ship elk, r 279 W Ver- 

Bums Christopher, h 250 N Liberty. 

Burns Clayton, carp, h 483 Virginia av. 

Bums Con, boilermkr, r 9 Minkner. 

Bums Daniel M, jeweler 252% Blake, h 
same. 

Burns Edward R, sanitary offlcer, h 110 
Church. 

Bums Eliza, h 69 S Liberty. 

Burns Elizabeth (wid Thomas), dressmkr 
187 Hoyt, h same. 

Burns Emma, h 25 Helen. 

Burns Emma (wid Frank), h 12 Elizabeth. 

Bums Frank, jeweler, h 94 S West. 

Bums Frank, lab, h 12 Elizabeth. 

Bums Frank, lab, b 66 N Missouri. 

Burns Frank J, tinner, b 325 S Meridian. 

Burns Gavin, carp, b 177 S Alabama. 

Burns George, lab, b rear 301 E Georgia. 

Burns George, lab, h 237 W Ohio. 

Bums George, painter, b 152 Spann av. 

Burns Gerrone W (Cincinnati & Indpls Ci- 
gar Co), h 250 Blake. 

Burns Harry, h 475 N Illinois. 

Bruns Harry H, fireman, h 44 Spann av. 

Bums Harvey D, trav agt, h 650 E 8th. 

Burns Hugh, lab, h 286 W Maryland. 
' Burns James (McNeils & Burns), h 275 W 
Vermont. 



Bums Jed W, elk Merchants' Nat Bank, b 

252 N Mississippi. 
Burns John, carp, b 177 S Alabama. 
Burns John, lab, b 142 N Pine. 
Burns John B, engr, h 1050 W Washington. 
Bums John D, trav agt, h Washington av 

(I). 
Bums John F, blksmith, h 193 Pendleton 

Burns John T, farmer, b 198 Walcott. 
Burns Louis, lab, b 285 S Tennessee. 
Bums Lauis G, candy mkr, b 187 Hoyt av. 



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Bums Margaret (wid Leroy), h 152 Spann 

Bums Mary A (wid John B), h 577% E 

Washington. 
Burns Michael, agt, b 91 Newman. 
Burns Michael, finsher, b 250 N Liberty. 
Burns Michael J, claim adjuster St Ry Co, 

h 798 W Washington. 
Burns Patrick, lab, b 174 S Missouri. 
Burns Patrick, lab, h 320 S Illinois. 
Burns Peter, grocer 184 Fayette, h same. 
Burns Robert, candymkr, b 187 Hoyt av. 
Burns Robert, elk, r 12 Grand Opera House 

Blk. 
Burns Sarah W (wid Wm V), h 46 Henrv. 
Burns Theresa (wid Edward), b 241 W 

Maryland. 
Burns Thomas, b 78 "W Maryland. 
Burns Thomas J, cornicemkr, h 286 S East. 
Burns Will W, baggagemaster, h 32 Traub 

Burns Wm, bartender, h 300 W Maryland. 

Burns Wm C, lab, b 668 Park av. 

Bums Wm F, jeweler 72 Indiana av, h 74 
Highland PI. 

Burns Wm G, engr, b 663 E Market. 

Burns Wm L, elk The Bowen-Merrill Co, r 
68 Ingalls Blk. 

BurnsideWm D, elk h 308 Clifford av. 

Burr Fannie, instructor, b 472 N New Jer- 
sey. 

Burr Nathaniel B, real est 34 N Delaware, 
h 472 N New Jersey. 

Burrage Charles R, druggist 131 Mass av, 
h same. 

Burrell Adolph E, baker, h 157% E Wash- 
ington. 

Burrell Alcid C, teacher High School No 
1, h 156 E Michigan. 

Burrell Wm C, mach, h 13 Stewart PI. 

Burridge Elizabeth (wid Thomas), b 48 N 
West. 

Burris Abraham, janitor, h 564 W North. 

Burris Albert H, mach, h 259 Shelby. 

Burris Altonzo W, brakeman, h 289 Dillon- 

Burris Alice M (wid Luke), h 80 Martin- 
dale av. 

Burris Charles, sub letter carrier P O, b 
141 Agnes. 

Burris Harry C, mach, b 259 Shelby. 

Burris Henry J (Burris & Son), h 1*7 E 
Washington. 

BURRIS-HBRZSCH CO THE, Wm E 
Borrls Pres, Angastns P HerzscU 
Vlee-Pres, Wm N Cronyn Trens, Ed- 
ward H McCaflrey See, Wliolesalc 
Stationers and Booksellers and 
Drngrsist Snndries 40 S Meridian; 
Tel 793. 

Burris James, lab, b 259 W 3rd. 

Burris John S, painter, h 50 Woodlawn av. 

Burris Thomas (Burris & Son), h 127 Meek. 

Burris Thompson, whitewasher, h 141 Ag- 



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nes. 
Burris Wm E 

Co, h 5 Vajen Blk. 
Burris Wm R, car rep, h 9 Beacon. 
Burris & Son (Thomas and Henry J), proprs 

Franklin House 147 E Washington. 
Burroughs Allie (wid Jesse), h 1089 W New 

York. 
Burroughs Elkanah, b 23 Cherry. 
Burroughs George F, mngr The When, h 

1662 N Illinois. 
Burrows Erie A (wid Jacob), b 7 Park 

Front av. 
Burrows Wm H, painter, h 331 W Ver- 
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Bursott Edward F, h 228 N Tennessee. 

Eursott John W, foreman, h 493 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Burt, see also Birt. 

Burt Alfonso S, elk, h 48 English av. 

Burt Edward, lab, r 38 Cleveland Blk. 

Burt Florence B, tailoress, b 44 Cedar. 

Burt Harry L, tel opr, h 85 English av. 

Burt John, lab, b 36 N State av. 

Burt J Francis, pres Brooks Oil Co, h 47 
West Drive (W P). 

Burt Michael, lab, b e s Belmont 4 s of 
Washington (W S). 

Burt Michael J, lab, h 36 N State av. 

Burtin Louis F, contr, 13 Woodlawn av, h 

Burtle George, finisher, b 512 N West. 
Burton Annie, teacher P S No 13, b 285 E 

South. 
Burton Charles F, buyer N Y Store, h 89 

W Walnut. 
Burton Cora, b 176 N East. 
Burton Daniel, cooper, 116 Bright, h 129 W 

New York. 
Burton Edward C, route agt Am Ex Co, h 

n s nth 3 e of ColIe.?e av. 
Burton Eliza J, h Ritter av (I). 
Burton Elmer, motorman, h 494 Bellefon- 

taine. 
Burton Frank C. elk, b 129 W New York. 
Burton Fred W, elk George J Marott, h 

185 N Tennessee. 

Burton Frederick C, sa'wmkr, h' 234 Lincoln 

la. 
Burton George, butcher, b 490 Bellefon- 

taine. 
Burton George, lab, h 236 Spruce. 
Burton George Jr, lab, h 236 Spruce. 
Burton George H, cooper 138 Osage, h 138 

N Mississippi. 
Burton Herman, lab, h 110 Deloss. 
Burton Isaac, carp, h 490 Bellefontaine. 
Burton James M, trav agt, h 74 W 5th. 
Burton James W, bkkpr, h 298 Fletcher av. 
Burton John C, tmstr, h 140 Fayette. 
Burton J Wesley, h e s Caroline av 2 n of 

Brinkman. 
Burton Martin, h 1096 N Tennessee. 
Burton Samuel C, molder, h 514 Wilcox. 
Burton Thornton, lab, b e s Caroline av 2 

n of Brinkman. 
Burton Wm, h 175 Fulton. 
Burton Wm, meats 68 E Mkt House, b 490 

Bellefontaine. 
Burton Wm H, cooper 487 W New York, h 

129 same. 
Burton Wm S, elk, b Grand av (I). 
Burton Wm W, engr, h s s Pendleton Pike 

(B). 
Busald George F, carp, h 386 Chestnut. 
Busas August, mach, h 332 Hillside av. 
Busby Charles E (Patterson & Busby), h 

186 College av. 

Busby Henry, lab, b 62 Mayhew. 

Busch, see also Bush. 

Busch Charles A, mach hd, h e s Addison 

3 s of Washington (Mt J). 
Busch Christian, shoemkr s s Washington 

(Mt J), h same. 
Busch John A, carp, h 22 Iowa. 
Busch Joseph, elk, b s s Washington (Mt 

Busch Michael, engr, b (3«rmania House. 
Buscher Edward F, cigarmkr, h 749 N Illi- 

Buseher Harman, lab, b 65 S East. 
Buscher Henry, carp, h E Wells (N I). 
Buscher Henry H, ins agt, h 121 Yeiser. 
Buscher Wm, elk, h 69 N East. 



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Buscher Wm, gardener, h Madison rd s of 

Pleasant Run. 
Buschey Boushea, bricklayer, h 11 Garland 

(W I). 
Buschman Henry, lab, h 95 E South. 
Busehmann August (Wm Busehmann & 

Co), h 193 Broadway. 
Busehmann August W, elk, b 196 Fort 

Wayne av. 
Busehmann Charles L (Lewis Meier & Co), 

h 1152 N Penn. 
Busehmann Ernest F, bartndr, b 178 S 

Linden. 
Busehmann Ernest H, carp, b 178 S liind^m. 
Busehmann Louis F (Lewis Meier & Co), 

h 776 N New Jersey. 
BUSCH.MANN WM & CO (Wm F and 

Angrnst Dnsclimann), Meat Market, 

Grocers, Hardware, ^neeusware. Dry 

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Ft AVayne av; Tel 201. 
Busehmann Wm P (Wm Busehmann & Co), 

h 196 Fort Wayne av. 
Busehmann Wm S, car rep, h 178 S Linden. 
Buschor Emelie, dressmkr 1143 B Washing- 
ton, h same. 
Buschor Julius, mach, h 1143 E Washington. 
Buselmeyer John, lab, b 178 Spann av. 
Buser Charles O, butcher 49 Yandes, h 

same. 
Buser Daniel T, meats 392 College av, h 

Buser Ellen (wid Jacob), b 447 S Tennessee. 
Buser John P, cigar mnfgr 7 Carlos, h same 
Busjr Wm S, molder, h 447 S Tennessee. 
Bush, see also Busch. 
Bush Ada, stenog, b 351 N Alabama. 
Bush Anna, dressmkr, h 296 N Liberty. 
Bush, Annie (wid Jeremiah), h 10 Cincinnati S ^ "H 
Bush Benjamin F, carpet weaver 24514 E ^ O 
Merrill, h same. 5 0) ^ 

Bush Frank, elk C C C & St L Ry, b 141 S « J» ? 



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Bush Dennis B, helper, b 10 Cincinnati. 
Bush Ellen (wid Michael), h 50 S Pine. 



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Bush Franklin T, elk, b 710 N Illinriis. 
Bush George, carpet weaver Charles L 

Hutchinson, h 137 E Louisiana. 
Bush George, lab, b 269 Dougherty. 
Bush George C, finisher, h 244 Spring. 
Bush Hannah (wid Jacob), b 240 Spring. 
Bush Hannah, dressmkr, h 296 N Liberty. 
Bush Herbert T (Bush & Curtin), h 719 N 

Illinois. 
Bush Herm; 
Bush Ira, 1 

Ohio. 

Bush Irvin, lab, h 21 Greenwood. 
Bush James W, h 88 Tremont av CH). 
Bush John, coachman, 666 N Meridian. 
Bush John, lab, h 194 Newman. 
Bush John, saloon 172 W Washington, h 

152>4 same. 
Bush John H, lab. h E Udell (N I). 
Bush John W, teacher, h Commercial av 

(I). 
Bush Lyman P, engr, h 38 S State av. 
Bush Oliver, lab, b 546 N Missouri. 
Bush Rice, lab, h E Ohio, near Belt R R. 
Bush Thomas N, trav agt, r 223 N Dela- 
ware. 
Bush Wm, elk, b 46 N Penn. 
Bush & Curtin (Herbert T Bush, David 

rurtin\ com, 21 S Meridian. 
Bushnell Daniel W, printer, h 1363 N Ten- 

Bushnel'l Paul P, photog, h 113 Greer. 
Bushong Charles B, sprinkling insp, h 380 

Indiana av. 
Bushong Deniza, grocer 225 W Walnut, h 

47 Fayette. 
Bushong George L, h 47 Payette. 
Bushong John A Rev, h e s Watt, 2 s of 

Clifford av. 
Bushong Wm L, draughtsman, b 47 Fav- 

ette. 
Busk George, mach, b 164 W Maryland. 
Buskel James H, carp, h s w cor Newman 

and Bruce. 
Euskilt Roscoe W, tel opr, b 590 W Morris 

(W I). 
Baskin Thomas, timekpr, b 6 Henry. 



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Busking, see also Buesking. 

Busking Henry F, mach, h 469 Park av. 

Buskirk Edward C, lawyer, h 116 Ruckle. 

Busklrk Elizabeth (wid Peter Y), h 590 W 
Morris (W I). 

Buskirk George A, depty elk Marion coun- 
ty, h 951 N Tennessee. 

Buskirk Harry W, chief elk Central States 
Dispatch, h 277 N Tennessee. 

Buskirk Joseph L, driver, h 126 W New 
York. 

Buskirk Roscoe W, tel opr, b 590 W Morris 
(W I). 

Buskirk Wm, waiter, b 90 S Illinois. 

Busselberg Christian F, lab, h Trowbridge 
(W). 

Bussele Mary O (wid Wm), r 31 Hutchlngs 

Bussele Viola, teacher Public School No 25, 

r 31 Hutchings Blk. 
Bussele Wm L, bk binder, h 31 Hutchings 

Bussell Florence V, teacher, b 459 N West. 
Bussell Wm H, h 90 Sheffield av (H). 
Busselle Kate, h 82 W Ohio. 
Busselle Pearl, bkkpr, b 82 W Ohio. 
Bussey Beulah A (wid John), h 467 Vir- 
ginia av. 
Busshr Henry H, ins agt, h 273 Keystone 

Busshr Sophia (wid Henrv), b 273 Key- 
stone av. 
Busteed Walter, bartndr, b 68 Lexington 
Bugwell, see Boswell. 
Butcher Ellen, florist 84 E Mkt House, h 

n end Maxwell av (I). 
Butcher George L, florist and gardener. 

E Mkt House, h n end Maxwell av (I) 
Butcher James M, lab, h 51 Minnesota. 
Butcher Susan (wid Pleasant), b 558 W 

North. 
Butcher Wm, coachman, 251 N Meridian 
Buthe August, contr, h w s Graceland av, 

2 n of 26th. 
.Butler Alexander L, janitor P S No 6, h 

86 Union. 
Butler Andrew, lab, b 191 W 2d. 
Butler A Ellsworth, foreman Western 

Horseman, h 33 Highland pi. 
Butler Benjamin, molder, h 129 Shepard (W 

h 25 

Butler Charles, lab, b 140 W 6th. 

Butler Charles A, elk, h 495 E 9th. 

Butler Chauncey, h 75 Middle Drive (W P) 

Butler Chester, coachman, 416 N Illinois. 

Butler Cook, Instrumentmkr, h 62 N Dela- 
ware. 

Butler Daniel G. porter, h 201/2 N Delaware 

Butler D irwin W, live stock, h 765 N Penn. 

Butler Frank D, Janitor Indpls Pub Li- 
brary, h 61 W Morris. 

Butler George W, mach hd. h 343 Alvord. 

Butler Georgia A, teacher Butler Uni- 
versity, b Downey av (I), 

Butler Hampton, lab, h 450 E Washington. 

Butler Henrietta (wid Stephen), h 31 Athon. 

Butler Henry M. supervisor music Public 
Schools, h 448 Ccllege av. 

Butler Ida O (wid James), h 210 S Me- 
ridian. 

Butler James switchman, b 410 S Tennessee. 

Butler James H, carp, h 114 Kennington. 

Butler James H, lab, h 280 Howard (W I). 

Butler Job (Ruemmele & Butler), h 171 S 
Reisner (W I). 

Butler John, swithchman, b 22 S State ar. 



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Butler John A, mach, h 
I). 

Butler John A, sec Indiana Trust Co, h 210 
Park av. 

BuUer John H, h 210 Park av. 

Butler John H, lab, h 4.1 Vine. 

Butler John Maurice (Butler, Snow & But- 
ler), b 606 N Delaware. 

Butler John M (Butler, Snow & Butler), h 
606 N Delaware. 

Butler Lee. elk, b 306 N Delaware. 

Butler Mahlon D. mngr Western Union 



Butler Mary, h 320 E Ohio. 

Butler Mary S, teacher P S No 8, b 448 Col- 
lege av. 

Butler Melville A, lab. h 279 Yandes. 

Butler Merle M, cashr New York Store, b 
210V4 S Meridian. 

Butler Michael, sawmkr, b 410 S Tennessee. 

Butler Millie D (wid Wm), h 215 Huron. 

Butler Noble C, elk U S Court, h 210 Park 

Butler Ovid D (Elliott & Butler), h 768 N 
Penn. 

Butler Randall, ice, h 23 Mill. 

Butler Reuben J, carp, h 178 Harrison. 

Butler Richard L, mach hd, h 1486 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Butler Robert, lab, b 210 W 10th. 

Butler Robert, tmstr, h Prospect st add. 

Butler Samuel, peddled, h 76 S Belmont av 
(W I). 

BUTLER SCOT. Pres Faculty and 
Treas Board of Directors Butler Uni- 
versity, U Downey av (I.) 

BUTLER. SNOW & BUTLER. (John M 
Bntler, Alplicns H Snovr. John Manr- 
Ice Bntler). Attys at Law 1 to 4 
Lombard Bids; Tel 130. 

Butler Taylor, lab, h 60 Michigan rd. 

Butler Thomas H. mach, h 404 N Delaware. 

Butler Thomas W, lab, h 172 B Vermont. 

BUTLER UNIVERSITY. A M Atkinson 
Pres Board of Directors. Simeon 
Frazier Sec Board of Directors, Scot 
Bntler A M Pres Faculty and Treas 
Hoard of Directors, University av (I.) 
(See adv opp.) 

Butler Wm, well driver, h 119 S Reisner (W 

BUTLER WM F, Dras^lst, G5S N West, 

BuUer Wm J, register elk Station A, P O, 
b 25 School. 

Butler Willis, bricklayer, h 210 W 10th. 

Butler Willis lab, h 31 Centre. 

Butsch Andrew, switchman, b 559 B Wash- 
ington. 

Butsch Prank J, lab, h 65 John. 

Butsch George W, mach, h 537 S Tennessee. 

Butsch John, elk Pearson & Wetzel, h 538 
S Bast. 

Butsch Joseph, h 789 N Delaware. 

Butsch Mary (wid Peter), h ns Greer. 

Butsch Philip D, mach, h 216 Hoyt av. 

Butt Wm H, transit city civil engr's office, 
h 426 B 12th. 

Butterfieid Albert F, lab. h 12 S Harding 
(W I). 

Butterfieid Cyrus S, printer Wm B Bur- 
ford, h 1275 B Washington. 

Butterfieid Edward T, printer, h 50 Eastern 



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Butterfieid Manly, carp, h W Wells (N I). 
Butterfieid Orus, printer, h 612 W Michigan 
Butterfieid Velorus, elk, b 222 B St Clair. 
Butterfieid Wm A, baker, b 235 B South. 



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Butterworth Charles W D, tailor mi N 

Penn. h 116 Lexington av. 
Butterworth Clarence G, tailor, h B Arm- 
strong (N I). 
Butterworth Edward J( tailor, h 176 Laurel 
Butterworth Elizabeth (wid Charles), h 7.S 

Hoyt av. 
Butterworth Frank, agt Marlon Brick Co 

35 E Ohio, h Marion, Ind. 
Butterworth John B, tailor, h 58 Jefferson. 
Butterworth Laura, b 78 Hoyt av. 
Butterworth Thomas J, trav agt Pearson 

& Wetzel, h 1100 N Tennessee. 
Button Lewis, lab, h e s Depot, 6 s Putnam 

(B). 
Butts Charles S, civ engr, b 107 N New 

Jersey. 
Buttz Frank C, elk, b 177 N East. 
Buttz Henry, driver Am Ex Co, h 141 S 

Olive. 
Buttz John W, grocer 179 N Bast, h 177 

same. 
Buxton Edmund J, dry goods 2 Prospect, 

h same. 
Buzzard Wm B, attendant Insane Hospital. 
Byard Jackson L, motorman, h 962 N New 

Jersey. 
Bybee Addison, pres Jenney Motor Electric 

Co, h 623 N Penn. 
Bybee Frank, lab, h 277 B Court. ' 

Bybee Neal, lab, h 477 Superior. 
Bybee Rhyul, porter, b 119 W 4th. 
Byer August, cabtmkr, b 402 N California. 
Byer Edward, foreman, b 402 N California 
Byer Edward, porter, b 70 S W^est. 
Byer Margaret (wid Lawrence), h 402 K 

California. 
Byers, see also Baar, Bahr, Barr, Bayer 

Behr and Beyer. 
Byers Daniel H, condr, h 345 English av. 



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Byers David A, engr, h 179 N Calitornia. 






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CJ 5 ' Byers "Wm J, blksmith, h 50 Fletcher av. 
^ U Byfleld Arthur H, bkkpr P H Krauss, 
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Byfleld Charles H, stair bidr, h 60 Fletcher 

av. 
Byfleld Charles W. m o elk P O, b 909 N 

Illinois. 
Byfleld Emma C, teacher, b 909 N Illinois. 
Byfleld Harry M, elk. b 909 N Illinois. 
Byfleld Jessie M (wid Cas), h 909 N Illinois. 
Byfleld Vincent D, molder, b 60 Fletcher av. 
Byfleld Whitcomb, janitor Indpls Public 

Library, h 3S9 W Vermont. 
Bynan James, driver, h 405 W National rd. 
Bynum Thomas, lab, b 378 N Brookside av. 
Bynum Thomas A, printer Indpls News, h 

33 Elm. 
Bynum Wm D, lawyer 921/2 E Washington. 

h 4U Ash. 
Byram Anna (wid Daniel C), h Ritter av 

a). 

Byram, Cornelius & Co (Norman S By- 
ram, Edward G Cornelius), loans, 15 
Thorpe Blk. 

Byram Frank J, engr, h 558 Union. 

Byram Henry G, pres Cleaveland Fence 
Co, h 343 Cornell av. 

Byram John Q. dentist, b Ritter av (1). 

Byram Norman S (Byram, Cornelius & Co), 
pres Capital Nat Bank, sec and treas 
Cleaveland Pence Co. h 956 N lUinois. 

Byram Norman S Jr. fence, b 956 N Illinois. 

Byram Oliver T, salesman, b 956 N Illinois. 

Byram Perry M, student, b Ritter av (1). 

Byrd, see also Bird. 

Byrd Lewis, porter Indiana Farmer Co, h 
130 St Mary. 

Byrd Thomas Rev, pastor Garfield Baptist 
Church, h e s Parker av, 2 n Belt R R. 

Byrkit Albert, engr. h 115 W South. 

Byrkit Anna M (wid Davis Y), h 169 Ash. 

Byrkit Frank, molder, h 39 W Morris. 

Byrkit Harry, candymkr, h 4 Spann av. 

Byrkit Hiram R, candymkr, h 93 Fletcher 



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Byrkit Hugh S, asst sec Board of Trade,. 

b 169 Ash. 
Byrkit John W, elk, h 11 Edward (W I). 
Byrkit Martin, h 42 Marion av (W I). 
Byrkit Walter, fireman, r 825 E Market. 
Byrkitt Catherine (wid Philip), b 464 Ash. 
Bym James C, finisher, h e s Laura, 2 s of 

Washington (M J). 
Bym Wm A, elk, b 135 Hoyt av. 
Byrn Wm O, printer Indpls News, h 135 

Hoyt av. 
Byrne, see also Bems and Burns. 
Byrne Christopher, h 250 N Liberty. 
Byrne Cornelius, boilermkr, h 9 Minkner. 
Byrne Frank, mach, h 177 S Alabama. 
Byrne Joseph J, contracting agt Nickel 

Plate Line, b 192 Bellefontaine. 
Byrne Julia C, h 212 Coburn. 
Byrne Mary A, dressmkr 250 N Libertv, h 

same. 
Byrne Michael, finisher, b 230 N Liberty. 
Byrne Patrick, trav agt, h 320 S Illinois. 
Byrne Stephen T, furnace fitter, b 177 S 

Alabama. 
Byroad Aaron R, carp, h 118 Dougherty. 



Cabalzer Jacob, grocer 59 W Morris, h 580 
S Illinois. 

Cabalzer Joseph, city welghmaster, h 887 K 
Mississippi. 

Cable George W, elk, r m s, h 246 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Cabolt George E, cooper, b 122 Blackford. 

Cade James W, agt, h ZOSVz E Washington. 

Cade John, engr, h 26 Birch av (W I). 

Cade John, lab, h 330 W 2d. 

Cadez Edward, mach, r 34 S Tennessee. 

Cadwallader Duke, lab, b 123 Davidson. 

Cadwallader Harry elk R M S, b 7S0 N 
Illinois. 

Cadwallader Nine. lab. b 123 Davidson. 

Cadwallader Smith, baker, h 123 Davidson. 

Cadwallader Wm W, lab, b 123 Davidson. 

Cadwell Ethan A, millwright, h 20 Gregg. 

Cady Abby A (wid Charles W), b 790 N 
Penn. 

Cady Daniel L (Cady & Cady), h 11 West 
Drive (W P). 

Cady David, elk George J Marott, h 911 N 

Cady Frederick W (Cady & Cady). h 11 

West Drive (W P). 
Cady & Cady (Frederick W and Daniel L), 

lawyers r 1 to 4, 8% N Penn, tel 1338. 
Caesar August, baker, h 50 Morton. 
Caesber Frank A, mach, b 2^4 Shriver. 
Caesber Jesse H, mach h. b 2i.i Shriver. 
Caesber John S, millwright, h 214 Shriver. 
Caffaday Wm, mach hd, h 270 W Merrill. 
Caffee, see also Coffay. 
Caffee Mollie, dressmkr 289i,4 Mass av, h 

Caffery Edward, livery 220 W Pearl, h 221 

W Maryland. 
Caftrey John J, master mechanic Belt Ry 

shops, h Wayne township. 
Caftyn Ellsworth, grocer 271 Union, h same. 
Caftyn Frank E, elk, b 271 Union. 
Caftyn John, circulator The Sun, b. 229 



Mass av. 
Caftyn Sarah J (wid James W), 

Union. 
Cage John, lab, b 130 St Mary. 
Cagley Samuel H, carp, r 5 Ryan Blk. 



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CahaJane Thomas B, car rep, b 252 Bates. 
Cahill Alfred K, blacksmith, h 462V4 N 

West 
Cahill Bartholomew, lab, b 11 Meikel. 
Cahill George W, plumber, b 603 N West. 
Cahill Hiram J, carp, h 603 N West. 
Cahill James B, foreman Sentinel Printing 

Co, h 428 S Meridian. 
Cahill James R, show casemkr, h 323 

Fletcher av. 
Cahill John, engr, h 323 Fletcher av. 
Cahill John, truckman, b rear 277 S West 
Cahill John S, uphlr, b 323 Fletcher av. 
Cahill John T, tailor, h 230 Clinton. 
Cahill Joseph, foreman, h 347 W Wasliine- 

ton. 
Cahill Kate (wid John), h 296 W Washlng- 

Cahll'l Lillie, cashr, b 462y, N West. 

Cahill Louisa, binder, h 347 W Washington. 

Cahill Mary (wid John), b 273 W North 

Cahill Mary I, b 213 Mass av. 

Cahill Patrick, lab, b 160 Fletcher av. 

Cahill Sarah (wid Dudley), millinery 410 S 
Meridian, h same. 

Cahill Thomas, lab, b 11 Meikel. 

Cahn, see also Kahn. 

Cain, see also Kahn, Kane and O'Cain. 

Cain Alfred, lab, b 465 Brookside av. 

CaJn Alfred, lab, b 1706 Graceland av. 

Cain Caroline, h 81 S California. 

Cain Clement, oarp, h 46 Stevens. 

Cain Edward M, cooper, h 97 (Jelsendorff. 

Cain Francis T, hostler, b rear 961 N Ala- 
bama. 

Cain Frank, bartender, r 84 W Ohio. 

Cain Franklin, lab, b 1706 Graceland av. 

Cain George W, cooper, b 97 Douglas. 

Cain James, h rear 465 S Meridian. 

Cain James, elk, b 63 Fletcher av. 

Cain James A, cooper, h 64 Maxwell. 

Cain James B. cooper, h 81i,i S California. 

Cain John, cooper, b 97 Geisendorff. 

Cain John, lab, b 590 W Morris (W I). 

Cain John, trav agt, b Spencer House. 

Cain John C, phys 57 King av (H). h same. 

Cain Joseph D, elk Geo J Marott, b 280 S 



Cain Mary (wid Michael), h 280 S Missis- 
sippi. 
Cain Mary E, dry goods 275 S Illinois, h 601 

N Mississippi. 
Cain Michael, lab, h 399 S Missouri. 
Cain Michael D, solicitor Gray & Grlbben, 

h 143 W Morris. 
Cain Michael H, sec The Incandescent Oil 

Banner Co. h 590 N Mississippi. 
Cain Nathan, lab, h 1706 Graceland av. 
Cain Samuel, carp, h 46 Stevens. 
Cain Silas S, cooper, h 20O14 W Washing- 
Cain Thomas, saloon, 291 W Maryland, h 

same. 
Cain Thomas C, asst engr State House, h 

72 W McCarty. 
Calrd Robert M, elk N Y Store, b 1372 N 

Illinois. 
Calbert, see also Colbert. 
Calbert Felix M, oils, h 10 Excelsior av. 
Calbert General F, oils, h 49 Edward (W I). 
Calbert John, lireman, b 108 Bates. 
Calderhead James (Foster & Calderhead). h 

206 Douglass. 
Calderhead John, mach, b 206 Douglass. 
Caldwell, see also Cadwell, Cauldwell, 

Coldwell and Colwell. 
Caldwell Albert, lab, b 1256 W Morris (W I). 



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Caldwell Andrew J. lab, 

and Auburn avs (W). 
Caldwell Anna, boarding 319 .S Meridian. TJ 
Caldwell Arthur B, bkkpr, h 785 N Penn. r 
Caldwell Benjamin F (Caldwell &. Heit- > 

kam), h 186 W 7th. 0) 

Caldwell Charles C, mngr Hollweg & H 

Reese, h 785 N Penn. HI 

Caldwell Clifford W, carriage painter, b 319 33 

S Meridian. 's 

Caldwell Edward E, elk. h 1182 N Illinois. 
Caldwell Elizabeth (wid Thomas G). h 16S 

W New York. 
Caldwell Emery B, porter Am Ex Co, \: 

277 E Miami. 
Caldwell Harry, porter, h 202 Agnes. 
Caldwell James, elk, b 140 N Alabama. 
Caldwell James, grocer, 400 Talbott av, 1 

Caldwell James, lab, h 28 Columbia al. 

Caldwell James W, truckman, b 277 E 
Miami. 

Caldwell .Tefferson, real est, 
Blk, h 434 Talbott av. 

Caldwell Jesse C, janitor r 33 Commercial 
Blk. 

Caldwell John B, lab, b 222 Blake. 

Caldwell John P, carp, h 12 Ketcham. 

Caldwell Lizzie (wid Edward), h 230 Roan- 
oke. 

Caldwell Martha, b 785 N Penn. 

Caldwell Mary (wid Lucas), h 225 Elm. 

Caldwell Nelson, gasmkr, h 94 Fayette. 

Caldwell Oscar, tailor, h 69 W 6th. 

Caldwell Wm, tmstr, b 225 Elm. 

Caldwell Wm L, trav agt, h 67 Highland pi. 

Caldwell Wm P, elk, h 154 Lexington av. 

Caldwell Wilson, agt. h 319 S Meridian. 

Caldwell & Heitkam (Benjamin F. Cald- 
well, John W Heitkam), saloon 186 W 7th. 

Cale Elizabeth (wid Thomas), h 27 Roanoke. 

Cale Frank N, carp, h 182 Columbia av. 

CALE HO^VARD, LaTVyer 24, 68 1-a E 
Market; Tel S34; U 493 Broad^ray. 

Cale Robert, h 649 B 7th. 



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Calef r.,izzle R (wid Arthur), b 23 Division 
(W I). 

Calhoun David, lab, b 240 N California. 

Calhoun Frank, brakeman, h s w cor 
Brightwood and Pendleton avs (B). 

Calhoun Robert, lab, h 331 W Maryland. 

Calhoun Wm A, fireman, h 353 English av. 

C.\LIPORlVIA HOUSE, CUarles V Daut- 
i.er Propr, IS* to 186 S Illinois. 

Calkina Mary I (wid Albert T), h Univer- 
sity av (I). 

Calkins Nelson, cooper, h 231 Tandes. 

Calkins Philip L, carp, h w s Thalraan 6 
n of Beech. 

Call Oscar, transfer, h 324 W Vermont. 

Callag-han Daniel, lab, h 225 W Merrill. 

Callag-han .Jeremiah, lab, b 225 W Merrill. 

Callahan Albert L, condr, b 35 Eastern av. 

Caiiiiuan Charles F, blksmith, h 335 W 2d. 
iMii Dennis S, fireman, b S3 English 



Callahan Edwin R, printer. 



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Callahan Elmer, tmstr, h 483 N California. 

Callahan Frank B, elk, h 352 Prospect. 

Callahan James, carp, h 70 Fayette. 

Callahan James, lab, b 110 Dorman. 

Callahan James, lab, h 376 N Missouri. 

Callahan James E, mach, b 194 English av. 

Callahan Jeremiah F, mach, h 47 Green- 
wood. 

Callahan John, lab, h 31 Oliver av (W I). 

Callahan John L. lab. b 70 Fayette. 

Callahan John P, grocer 109 Lexington av, 
h same. 

Callahan Michael, h 202 W Walnut. 

Callahan Michael H, molder, h 391 N West. 

Callahan Patrick, saloon 399 S Tennessee, 
h 532 same. 

Callahan Thomas E, condr, h 92 Bates. 

Callahan Timothy A, lab, b 202 W Walnut. 

Callahan Timothy E, deputy sheriff Marlon 
County, h 436 W 1st. 

Callahan Wm, saloon 223 W Washington, 



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Callahan Wm H, blksmith, h 487 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Callan Edward T (Fatout & Callan), r 96 
N Alabama. 

Callaway Andrew, lab, h 17 N Noble. 

CALLAWAY HOWARD M, Student 
Indpls Business* University, E J Heeb 
Pres, Wriien UlU N Penn opp P O; Tel 
4i»a. (See adv cover and p 4.) 

Callaway Wm J, elk, b 272 N Meridian. 

Callen John P, reporter, h e s Colorado av, 
1 n of Washington. 

Calley Alexander, foreman, h 607 Bellefon- 
taine. 

Calley Brown, elk, b 495 Broadway. 

Callihan John, fireman, b 36 Lord. 

Callihan Michael, elk Superior Court Room 
3, h 36 Lord. 

Callihan Shafer, mach, b 36 Lord. 

Callis Hampton, carp, h 456 W New Tork. 

Callis Joseph, grocer 183 Elizabeth, h same. 

Callis Theodore O, sec Baker-Randolph 
Llthog and Bng Co, h 191 N Delaware. 

Gallon Frank T, engr Polar Ice Co, b 170 E 
North. 

Callon Harry A, steamfitter, b 170 E North. 

Gallon James F, steamfitter, h 170 E North. 

Caltrider Charles E, bartender, h 31» B 
Washington. 

Caltrider Howard G, saloon 319 E Wash- 
ington, h 134 S East. 

Calumet Club, Charles J Prinzler sec, T-9 
Claypool Blk. 

Calvelage August H, foreman, h 112 King 
av (H). 

Calvelage George B, molder, b 112 Kine 
av (H). 

Calvelage Louis B, elk The Nat Malleable 
Castings Go, b 112 King av (H). 

Calvert Fred, asst steward The Bates. 

Calvert Mary E, dressmkr 195 Bellefon- 
talne, h same. 

Calvert Wm H, elk, h 195 Belief on talne. 

Calvin, see also Colvln. 

Calvin Asenath (wid Newton), h 130 Black- 
ford. 

Calvin Charles, lab, h 158 Martindale av. 

Calvin Elizabeth (wid Joseph), b 256 Co- 
lumbia av. 

Calvin George O, carp, b 256 Columbia av. 

Calvin John L, carp, h W Armstrong (N I). 

Calvin Otho F, elk, b 130 Blackford. 

Calvin Wm J, molder, h 256 Columbia av. 

Cambridge James A, lab, h 16 N McLain 
(W I). 

Cameron Bettie F (wid Albert), h 5 Brook- 
side ave. 

Cameron Carl W, musician, b 26 School. 

Cameron Clare, elk, b 26 School. 

Cameron Elizabeth, dressmkr 112 Fort 
Wayne av, h same. 

Cameron James D, well driver, b 112 Fort 
Wayne av. 

Cameron John, engr, r 28 S State av. 

Cameron John B, blksmith, h e s N Mlseis- 
sippi, 3 n of 27th. 

Cameron John J, phys 216 Bates, h same. 

Cameron Joseph, mach, h 247 S Delaware. 

Cameron Joseph B, mngr Bliss, Swain & 
Co, h 26 School. 

Cameron Margaret (wid John), b 112 Fort 
Wayne ave. 

Camp, see also Kamp and Kemp. 

Camp Clayton E, lab, h e s Stuart, 1 n of 
Glen drive (B). 

Camp George T, lather, b 24 Brett. 

Camp George W, lab, b 106 Elm. 

Camp Joseph D, lab, h 24 Brett. 



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Campau Henry L, agt Mich St Car Adv 

Co, 21 S Meridian. 
Campe Charles G, tinner, b 292 E South. 
Campe John L, mngr, h 292 E South. 
Campbell Addle, r 130 W New York. 
Campbell Albert, bagg-ageman Union Sta- 
tion, b 144 N Mississippi. 
Campbell Albert E, paper winder, b 391 W 

New York. 
Campbell Albert T, carp, b 40 Athon. 
Campbell Alexander, lab, h 234 Ramsey- 
Campbell Alice L, teacher, b 139 Fort 

Wayne ave. 
Campbell Andrew, trastr, h e s Hampton, 

1 e of Rural. 
Campbell Andrew, lab, h w s Hubbard, 3 s 

of Clifford av. 
Campbell Arthur B, confr 36 and 38 Hill 

av, h 11 Ludlow la. 
Campbell Bennett, merchant police, h 74 

Springfield. 
Campbell Bruce S, elk R M S, h 307 Cornell 

av. 
Campbell Catherine (wid Dennis), h 139 

Fort Wayne av. 
Campbell Catherine (wid Edward), b 1065 

W Michigan. 
Campbell Charles, r 77 B Walnut. 
Campbell Charles, firemaji, b 424 E Georgia. 
Campbell Charles C, slater, b 30 S State av, 
Campbell Charles E, carp, h 645 N West. 
Campbell Charles W, condr, h 83 Pleasant. 
Campbell Chester E, nailer, b 645 N West. 
Campbell Clyde C. packer, b 40 Athon. 
Campbell Daniel, saloon 471 E St Clair, h 

469 same. 
Campbell Daniel Jr, bartender, b 469 E St 

Clair. 
Campbell Edward, carp, b 55 Dougherty. 
Campbell Edward, paper hanger, h 434 S 

Meridian. 
Campbell Edward H, engr, h 344V, E St 

Clair. 
Campbell Elijah P, engr, b 203 S Pine. 
Campbell Eliza A, h 40 Athon. 
Campbell Elizabeth J. h 84 W Ohio. 
Campbell Esther (wid Harper), b 315 Fletch- 
er av. 
Campbell Ezra N, foreman, h 68 Randolph. 
Campbell Frank, engr, b 361 S Delaware. 
Campbell Frank, lab, h 168 Muskingum al. 
Campbell Frank, mach, h 208 Dougherty. 
Campbell Frank O, electrotyper, h 361 S 

Delaware. 
Campbell Frederick C. porter, h 424 College 

av. 
Campbell George, molder, b 221 S West. 
Campbell George D, trav agt, h 130 W Ohio. 
Campbell George H, lawyer 40 N Delaware, 

b 350 N Illinois. ' 
Campbell Guy D, wood turner, b 40 Athon. 
Campbell Henry, waiter, h 168 Bird. 
Campbell Henry C, real est 91 B Market, 

h 570 Park av. 
Campbell Hezekiah, carp, h 54 Carlos. 
Campbell Horace, carver, b 204 W St Clair. 
Campbell Hugh, contr 219 Pendleton av. h 

same. 
Campbell Jacob G. barber, h 352 S Illinois. 
Campbell James, lab. h 100 Eddy. 
Campbell James, molder. h 1065 W Michigan 
Campbell James D. carp, h 231 W 1st. 
Campbell James K. mach hd, h 10 Lynn av 

(W I). 
Campbell James M, capt Hose Co No 7, b 

54 Carlos. 
Campbell James S, h 227 B New York. 
Campbell Jennie (wid John L), h Good av 

(I). 



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Campbell Jeremiah R, carp, h 55 Dough- 
erty. * 

Campbell John, porter Wm B Burford, h ^ i ^ 
139 Ft Wayne av. ►"■ "^ 

Campbell John F. fireman, b 469 B St Clair. > ^^ 

Campbell John H, carp, h 503 Marttndale i ^"^ < 

Campbell John J. painter, b 212 N West. I ' 

Campbell John W, adv agt Pennsylvania I l I 

Lines, h Cherry av (I). I ^^ ' 

Campbell Joseph C. barber 180 B Washing- ►—^f* 

ton. h 226 B Pearl. ^^ 

Campbell Joshua T. n 155 Hoyt av. 
Campbell Kate (wid Wm), b 285 Indiana av. o 
Campbell Kate L (wid Thomas S), h 25H 

Mass av. WO 

Campbell Lester B. treas The Commercial .j. •S ^ 

Accident Co. h n w cor Park av and 17th. .<i E.S 
Campbell Levi S, phys 59 Indiana av, h ■« 2.'^ 

Campbell Lucinda, h rear 29 Willard. — o° 

Campbell Luther T. engr, h 424 B Georgia. H. ^2 
Campbell Marcia (wid Joseph), b 105 Miner- g £.5 

Campbell Mary, b 155 Hoyt av. ^ Ew 

Campbell Mary, h 469 B St Clair. 3 5? 

Campbell Mary (wid Charles), h 350 N IllI- to g-B- 

nois. ~ o.yii 

Campbell Mary (wid Morris), h 4 Yandes. S* § S' 
Campbell Mary A (wid Reuben), h 29 Mad- §, (i g 

ison av. S ° S 

Campbell May, stenog. b Central av (I). a "S 
Campbell Michael, cooper, h 16 Carlos. OJ pv 

Campbell Milton T. jeweler 134 Mass av, h 2 °a> 

754 Nevada. ~ "■« 

Campbell Minnie, actress, b 243 Alvord. y §2 

Campbell Newton M, engr, h 103 Fletcher — aE. 

av. B 2^ 

Campbell Orlando G, b s s Brookside av 1 ■ • • 

e of Rural. 
Campbell Patrick, tmstr, h 89 Tremont av _ 

(H). * 

Campbell Prudence (wid James), h 212 N 

West. 
Campbell Richard C, farmer, h 96 Fletcher 



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Campbell Robert, stonemason, b 39 S West. 

Campbell Robert W, molder, h 18 Highland 
av (H). 

Campbell Rose (wid Andrew), b 424 College 
av. 

Campbell Ruth A (wld Joseph), h 339 E 
Market. 

Campbell Samuel L, bookbinder, h 350 N 
Illinois. 

Campbell Sarah S (wid Duvall), h 101 N 
Mississippi. 

Campbell Susan G (wld James N), b 61 
Highland PI. 

Campbell Thomas C, broommkr, b 139 Ft 
Wayne av. 

Campbell Thomas D, lab, h s s Brookslde 
av 1 e of Rural. 

Campbell Thomas H, lab, h 238 Keystone 
av. 

Campbell Thomas W, driver, h W Udell (N 
I). 

Campbell Wm, engr Insane Hospital. 

Campbell Wm, mach hd, h 87 McGinnis. 

Campbell Wm A, carp, b 174 S Judge Har- 
ding (W I). 

Campbell Wm Bails, with H J Kinney, h 
139 N Penn. 

Campbell Wm B, woodwkr, h 11 Ludlow 
La. 

Campbell Wm M. sprinkler, h 101 Walcott. 

Campbell Wm W, trav agt, b 62 Omer. 

Campbell W Walter, carp, h 58 Ingraham. 

Campfleld George W, foreman J E Shover, 
h 43 Bates. 

Camphausen Gottlieb, mach, h 81 W Mor- 
ris. 

Camphausen Louisa (wid Emil), h 53 River 
av (W I). 

Campion Frank, boilermkr, h 264 Spring. 

Camplin Charles, brakeman, b 54 Belmont 
av (H). 

Camplin Richard S, shoes 71 E Washing- 
ton, h National rd 3 m w. 

Campman, see Kampman. 



Frank M. Dell, 

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Campton, see Compton. 

Canaan Clara L, elk, b 39 E McCaJty. 

Canaan Frank S, elk, b 39 B McCarty. 

Canaan John J, engr, h 39 E MeCarty. 

Canada, see also Kennedy. 

Canada James L, phys, E Eugene (N I), h 
same. 

Canaday Perry W, lab, h 7 Peru av. 

Canady Cynthia (wid John), h 284 N Mis- 
souri. 

Canan Alice (wid John), h 254 S Alabama. 

Canan Wm S, boxmkr, h 136 Madison av. 

Canard Charles P, depty sheriff, h 187 S 
Alabama. 

Canard Jane (wid James H), h 177 S Ala- 
bama. 

Canary Abraham L, elk, h 72 Lexington av. 

Canary Arthur B, molder, b 423 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Canary Henry L, directory elk P O, b 423 
N Mississippi. 

Canary Peter A, special agt Equitable Life 
Ins Co of Iowa, h 423 N Mississippi. 

Canary Sylvester W, mason, h 440 Michi- 
gan av (W). 

Canary Willis, r SSV, Mass av. 

Canatsy Allen S, elk, b 471 S Meridian. 

Cane, see Cain, Kahn and Kane. 

Canfleld Arthur, driver, b 30 Dickson. 

Canfield Benton V. phys 177 Virginia av, h 
same. 

Canfield Byron W, bkkpr L S Ayres & Co, 
h 955 N Mississippi. 

Canfield John M Rev, h 61 Ft Wayne av. 

Canfield Josie L K, music teacher 61 Ft 
Wayne av, h same. 

Canfield Stella, bkkpr, b 933 N Meridian. 

Canfield Wm S, printer 31 Virginia av, b 61 
Ft Wayne av. 

Canfield Woods P, bailiff Commissioner"* 
Court, h 157 Michigan (H). 

Cangany Patrick, foreman, h 19 MeikeL 

Canine Hal B, trav agt, b 861 N Illinois. 

Canine Wm, elk, h 11 Toung. 

Cannan Edward H, engr Hasselman Ptg 
Co. b 1016 N Mississippi. 

Canning Mary (wid John), h 2S3 W Merrill. 

Canning Patrick H, lab, b 283 W Merrill. 

Cannon Cook C, engr, h 17614 River av (W 
I). 

Cannon George, mach hd, b w s Sheldon 1 
n Bruce. 

Cannon Hariet, stenog Indpls Union Ry 
Co, b 801 N New Jersey. 

Cannon James, lab, b 393 Roanoke. 

Cannon Julia F, dressmkr 359 W Vermont, 
b same. 

Cannon Martha (wid George), b 801 N New 
Jersey. 

Cannon Melville, produce E Mkt House, h 
Mapleton. 

Cannon Nellie, h 173 W Wabash. 

Cannon Niel, lab, h 225 Pendleton av. 

Cannon Peter, lab, b 183 W South. 

Cannon Ralph, electrotyper, r 247 N Ten- 
nessee. 

Cannon Thomas L, foreman, h 150 Elm. 

T, Trensnrer and Pnr- 
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Canoel Patrick, engr St Vincent': 

Cantlon James E, letter carrier P O, h 1012 

E Washington. 
Cantlon John, lab, h n s Henry 1 e of Mis- 



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Cantlon Patrick F, saw temperer, h 577 E 
Market. 

Cantlon Thomas, h 98 Fayette. 

Cantlon Thomas Jr, trav agt, b 98 Fayette. 

Cantlon Wm E. plumber, b 98 Fayette. 

Cantrell Daniel M, printer, h 75% Mass av. 

Cantrell Nelson, lab, b 34 Torbet. 

Cantrell Sarah (wid Reuben), b 34 Torbet. 

Cantwell Bridget M (wid Michael), h 132 N 
Pine. 

Cantwell Edward J, tel opr W U Tel Co, h 
132 N Pine. 

Cantwell Thomas E, tel opr W U Tel Co. h 
21 Eureka av. 

Canty Edward, lab, b 232 E Wabash. 

Capen Philip B, painter, b 110 Ludlow la. 

Capen Roger I, student, b 984 N Tennessee. 

Capen Welcom I, supt Postal Tel Cable Co, 
h 984 N Tennessee. 

Capilager Thomas, lab, h e s Addison 2 3 
of Washington (Mt X). 

Capital City Cloth Casket Co, Charles 
Scherer, pres; Milton F Maddox, sec and 
treas 184 S Meridian. 

CAPITAL CITY ELECTRICAL CON- 
STRUCTION CO (C C Otto Banmbofer, 
Harry H Francis), 80 E Market. (See 
ad-r class Electric Supplies.) 

Capital City Fence Co, W A Bristor, pres; 
W J Shinn, sec, 100 Kentucky av. 

CAPITAL CITY PITTING COMPANY (AV 
H Whitney and \V A White), Mnfrs 
of Regulators, Valves for Natural 
Gas, Steam and Water, Gas Engrlnes 
n Specialty 02 Virginia av: Tel 1242. 
(See adv p 20.) 

CAPITAL CITY ICE CO, Dosch A 
Pauley Proprs, Dealers in Pure Lake 
Ice 184 W^ 7th; Tel 1710. (See ady In 
Ice Dealers.) 

CAPITAL CITY STEAM BOILER AND 
SHEET IRON WORKS, Markey & 
Kennedy Proprs, 207 and 209 S Illi- 
nois; Tel 1748. (See adv classified 
Roilernikrs.) 

Capital Elevator Co, Wm Spotts, pres; 
Stanton H Spotts, treas; Stoughton F 
Spotts, sec, cor W Walnut and Big Four 
tracks. 

Capital Hotel, Carlln Hamlin, propr, 193V^ 
W Washington. 

CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK, N S Byram 
Pres, M B Wilson Vice-Pres, Charles 
J Doherty Cashr, Commercial Club 
Bide; Tel 228. 

Capital Paper Co, David Kahn, mngr, 131 S 
Meridian. 

Capital Paving and Construction Co. 1 
Hubbard Blk. 

CAPITAL ROLLER MILLS, J D Church 
& Bro Proprs, 245 E W^asbington; 
Tel 1187. 
CAPITAL RUBBER STAMP AVORKS, 
George J Mayer Propr, 15 S Merid- 
ian; Tel 13SS. (See bottom cor cards 
and p 10.) 
CAPITOL STEAM LAUNDRY AND DYE 
WORKS, George Eltel Propr, 26 and 
28 N Mississippi; Tel 1089. 
Caplinger Blanton Z, butcher, h 415 S New 

Jersey. 
Caplinger Daniel B, butcher, h 415 S New 
.Jersey. 

Caplinger Henry E, motorman, b 210 Fay- 







Caplinger Robert, b 210 Fayette. 
Capstick Samuel, molder, h 820 E 9th. 
Carahoof Lafayette F, lab, b 242 Archer. 
Carbary Charles, elk, b 129 Dorman. ^^^j 

Carbaugh Martha A (wid Simon P), b 405 W ^n 

Carbee Wm H, 



messenger, h 122 College 



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av. 
Carbin Frank F, elk, h 553 Central av. 
Carbury Edward, sergeant U S Arsenal, 

same. 
Card Wm. elk, b 59 S Illinois. 
Cardinal Edward L, stenog Adamant Wall 

Plaster Co of Indiana, r 383 N Illinois. 
Cardon Nelson, lab, h rear 27 Center. 
Carens James, lab, h 9 Mvilbery. 
Carey, see also Cary. ^h^m 

Carey Angeline P, teacher High School No [ ^ 

1, b 34 W St Joseph. ■- 

Carey Benjamin F, sewing machines 53 

Brookside av, h same ^^mmd 

Carey Beverly, lab, b rear 310 E Washing- I J. I 

ton. *- -* 

Carey Easter (wid Willis), b 4 Carter. T^ f^ 






Carey Elizabeth (wid Samuel W), h 57 Peru 

av. 
Carey George A E, phys 413 College av, h 

same. 
Carey Harvey G, vice-prest Van Camp 

Hardware & Iron Co, h 48 W North. 
Carey John, h 199 Bates. 
Carey John N, mngr Daniel Stewart, h 660 i 

N Meridian; tel 1665. 
Carey Jonathan, lab, h 136 W 6th. . 

Carey Lowe, pres Indianapolis Maize Mills, ^T! 

h 34 W St Joseph. I. -J 

Carey Mary A (wid James), h 33 Buchanan. 
Carey Michael, lab, h 171 English av. ' — '-^ 

Carey Nellie (wid Michael), h 171 English ^^ 

av. ■^^ H 

Carey Patrick, blksmith, h 88 Lee (W I). ^ ^ 
Carey Rachel (wid Benjamin W). b 10 ^ 4, 

Woodruff av. " /N 

Carey Samuel C (Layman & Carey Co), b S VJ 

325 N Fenn. g, > 

Carev Sanford, lab, b 4 Carter. ET ^ 



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ttj Carey Simeon B (I,aymaji & Carey Co), h 
> 325 N Penn. 

2 Carey Thomas E (T E Carey & Son), h 80 
i; Oliver av (W I). 

a, Carey T E & Son (Thomas E and Walter 

g G), grocers 76 Oliver av (W 1). 

O Carey Weilter G (T E Carey & Son), h 80 

^ Oliver av (W I). 

a. Carey Willard G, trav agt, h 447 Park av. 

Carey Wm, shoemkr 182 S Illinois, h 166 
■S Douglass. 

5 Caiey Wra J, horseshoer, b 33 Buchanan. 
§ Carey Wm M, plumber, b 166 Doug-lass. 
* Carey Wm R, h 244 Douglass. 
^ Carfield John R, blksmith 210 S Meridian, 
S h same. 

S, Carfiss Clarence E, cigarmkr, b 80 W Mary- 
Qf land. 

ttj Cargett Joanna (wld Jacob C), h 362 Co- 
0. bum. 

"5 Cargett Margaret C, stenog, b 362 Cobum. 
W Carico Nannie E (wid John M), h 53 Dough- 
~^ erty. 

Carl Arthur, tmstr, b 247 Prospect. 
m Carl Edward, lab, b e s Lebanon av 4 n 
^ Clifford av. 
i* Carle, see also Carll, Carroll and Karle. 

3 Carle Lowden H. elk, b 271 Virginia av. 
^ Carle Ljcy T, teacher P S No 7, h 271 Vir- 

" Carle Wni H, farmer, h 271 Virginia av. 
9 Carleton, see also Carlton. 

Carleton George T, bkkpr Wm B Burford, 
~ h 735 N Penn. 

55 Carleton Thomas L, plumber, 80 Ft Wayne 
HI av, h same. 

Carlin, see also Carlon. 
^ Carlin Frank J, salesman Emil W<ilschner 
Ea & Son, h 153 College av. 
^ Carlin James, sawmkr, h rear 235 S Mis- 
■* sissippi. 

C Carlin John D F, contr, h w s Rural 6th 
. n Belt R R. 



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Carlin Rhoda A (wid Robert L), h 451 N 
New Jersey. 

Carlin Robert L, salesman, h 499 Ash. 

Carlin Wm M, salesman Emil Wulschner 
& Son, h 130 Christian av. 

Carlisle, see also Carlyle. 

Carlisle Ann M (wid Daniel), b 121 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Carlisle Daniel, elk, b 431 N Tennessee. 

Carlisle George chalnmkr, b 20 Harmon. 

Carlisle John H, baker, h 122 N Liberty. 

Carlisle John W. coUr, b 244 W I\ew York. 

Carlisle J Robert, painter, h e s S Harding 
5 3 of Woodburn av (W I). 

Carlisle Margaret (wid John), h 431 X 
Tennessee. 

Carlisle Margaret, teacher P S No 36, b 
431 N Tennessee. 

Carlisle Mary J (wid Wm), provisions 103 
E Mkt House, h 244 W New York. 

Carlisle Maud E, stenog. b 285 N Noble. 

Carlisle Robert E, lab, h 20 Harmon. 

Carlisle Wm G, plastr, h 48 Concordia. 

Carll Charles P, lab, h 412 E McCarty. 

Carll Samuel P, patternmkr, 30 W Court 
h 412 B McCarty. 

Carll Wm S, carp, h 30 Hutchings Blk. 

Carlon, see also Carlin. 

Carlon Charles H, bkkpr State Bank of 
Indiana, b 79 W North. 

Carlon George T, bkkpr, b 79 W North. 

Carlon John (Carlon & HoUenbeck), h 79 
W North. 

Carlon John E, student, b 79 W North. 

CARLON & HOLLENDKCK (John Car- 
lon, Charles E Hollenbeck), Book 
and Job Printers and Publiilhers b e 
cor Circle and Meridian; Tel 267. 

Carlos John, motorman, b 502 E 11th. 

Carlos Michael, condr, h 502 E 11th. 

Carls Charles, lab, h 853 S Meridian. 

Carlstead Everett, elk, b 416 Indiana av. 

Carlton, see also Carleton. 

Carlton Charles W, h 318 S East 

Carlyle, see also Carlisle. 

Carlyle Harry, lab, b 182 W Washington. 

Carmack Harry W, brakeman, h 285 Hu- 

Carman Adelaide, music teacher Blind In- 

Carman' Eliza A (wid Abraham), h 122 

River av (W I). 
Carman Victor, electrician, b 122 River av 

(W I). 

Carmany Montgomery Z, elk, b Exchange 

Hotel (W I). 
Carmichael John, lab, h 1 Pendleton av. 
Carmichael Joseph, molder, h 567 Shelby. 
Carmichael Thomas, lab, h 119 N Missouri. 
Carmichael Wilson, cutter, b 2S Ft Wayne 



Carmody James, motorman, h 516 E 9th. 
Carmody Martin T, lab, h 206 Deloss. 
Carmody Michael A, grocer 28 Meikel, h 

Carmody Patrick, lab, h 17 Deloss. 
Camagey John W, b 145 Dougherty. 
Carnagey Wm H, finisher, h 145 Dougherty. 
Camagua James W, janitor, h 40 Mill. 
Carnagua John W, painter, b 40 Mill. 
Carnahan James R, lawyer 53-54 Journal 

Bldg, h 8 West Drive (W P). 
Carnegie John C, comp, r 24 Kentucky av. 
Carney, see also Kearney. 
Carney Amos M, carp, h w s Cooper 5th 

s Bloyd av. 



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Carney Bros (George S and Wra M), meat 

market 1-lS W 9th. 
Carney George S (Carney Bros), h 271 E 

Carney 'james M. bkkpr, b 25 Belmont av, 
Carney James R. patent medicines, h 1148 

N Delaware. 
Carney Patrick, lab. h 4SS S Jlissouri. 
Carney Patrick C, in.s agt. b 14 Cliurch. 
Carney Thomas, hostler, r 26 W Merrill. 
Carney Thomas S, blksmith, h 348 S Ala- 
bama. 
Carney Walter, bicyclemkr, b 187 S Ten- 
Carney Wm M (Carney Bros), h 1114 N 
Delaware. 



Carnine Lou A. b 184 Hoyt av. 

Camine Louise N (wid Nelson), h 101 
N Mississippi. 

Carnine Wm A. elk, h 11 Young. 

Caron John F, carp, b 176 Union. 

Caron Wm H, lab, b 176 Union. 

Carothers, see also Corothers. 

Carothers L May, stenog. h 463 S Meridian. 

Carothers Wm D, lab, h 235 Columbia av. 

Carothers Wm G, stereotyper Journal Job 
Ptg Co, h 53 Stevens. 

Carothers Wm M, gasfitter, h 463 S Merid- 
ian. 

CAKPKNTER ADDISON H, Student 
Indpls Bnsinei^H University, E J Ueeb 
Pres, WUen BlU N Penn opp P Oj Tel 
tsm. (See ailv cover and p 4.) 

Carpenter Anthony, lab, h 182 Minerva. 

Carpenter Arthur, lab, b 351 S New Jersey. 

Carpenter Clark, saloon 86 W Market, h 
123 W New York. 

Carpenter Edwin T, elk, b 456 W 1st. 

Carpenter Frank C, painter, h 171 Hoyt av. 

Carpenter George W, elk, h 142 Columbia 



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Carpenter James H, grocer 1016 E Washing- 
ton, h 1018 same. 
Carpenter Jessie L, stenog Richardson & 

McCrea, b 30 GarBeld pi. 
Carpenter John I, checkman, h 34 Garfleld 

pi. 
Carpenter Laura H (wid Wm), h s e cor 

Washington and Harris av (M J). 
Carpenter Lillian, h 1086 W New York. 
Carpenter Marion, lab, b 13 Springfield. 
Carpenter Mollle (wid Peter), h 35 Ellen. 
Carpenter Morrell M, condr, h 52 McGinnis. 
Carpenter Perry, barber, r 514 Virginia av. 
Carpenter Thomas J, carp, h 23 Birch av 

(W I). 
Carpenter Walter, bartender, b 123 W New 

York. 
Carpenter Walter N, stenog Johnson & 

Metcalf, h 49 S Reisner (W I). 
Carpenter Washington, lab, h 299 Fayette. 
Carpenter Wm, eng, h 97 Bright. 
Carpenter Wm, lab, r 183 W Washington. 
Carpenter Wm A, car rep, b 1086 W New 

York. 
Carpenter Wm H, lab, h 26 Byram. 
Carper Frank J, porter Am Ex Co, b 200 

S Meridian. 
Carr, see also Kerr. 

Carr Albert D, hostler, h 19 S Alabama. 
Carr Albert W, 

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Carr Christian F, tmstr, h 168 Spann av. 

Carr Cornelius, lab, h 325 Alvord. 

Carr Edward M, jeweler, h 475 N Rural. 

Carr Erskine, maeh. h 56 Randolph. 

Carr Essick, lab, h 209 W 6th. 

Carr Frank, bkkpr, h 24 Church. 

Carr Frank, elk, b 290 Bates. ' 

Carr Frank, lab, h w s James, 3 s of Brink- , 

man (B). ' 

Carr Hannah (wid Thomas), grocer 296 S 

Missouri, h same. 
Carr James, b 6 Clifford av. 
Carr James, bookbinder, b 88 Laurel. 
Carr James, lab, b 223 W South. 
Carr James W Rev, pastor 2d Baptist 

Church, h 9 Fayette. 
Carr John, plstr, r 821/2 E Washington. 
Carr John A, cornicemkr, h 275 S Noble. 
Carr John B, boilermkr, h 88 Laurel. 
Carr John J, lab, b 24 Church. 
Carr John T, elk, h 224 W Merrill. 
Carr Martin, elk, b 40 S West. 
Carr Martin C, foreman, h 607 W Vermont. 
Carr Mary (wid Manes), b 156 E Michigan. 
Carr Mary J (wid Thomas), b 223 Broad- 
way. 
Carr May, teacher, b 583 E St Clair. 
Carr Michael W, journalist, h 579 Park av. 
Carr Nathan, watchman, h n s Armstrong, 

w of Rader (N I). 
Carr Omer B, mdse broker 77 Commercial 

Club Bldg, b 508 N New Jersey. 
Carr Ora, student, b 177 N East. 
Carr Patrick, lab, b 344 N Pine. 
Carr Raymond, driver, r 108 Mass av. 
Carr Rohamie (wid Eli), h 433 Virginia av. 
Carr Roland T, elk, h 257 N East. 
Carr Rollin S ins solicitor John Wocher. h 

28 Windsor Blk. ( 

Carr Samuel, carp, h 224 E Market. , 

Carr Thomas, lab, h 37 Jones. ' 

Carr Wm, cashr, r 100 N Mississippi. ! 

Carr Wm, finisher, h 672 B Market. 
Carr Wm, wheelmkr, h 45 S McLain (W I). 1 
Carrick Harry J, painter, h Michigan rd . 

and Fall creek. 1 

Carrick Malachi, lab, h 277 W Maryland. I 



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and counsel in patent causes. 

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Office :— Rooms 14 and 16 Hubbard Block, S. W. 

Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 

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Carrigan, see also Corrigan. 

Carrigan Patrick, stoker, h 258 S Penn. 

Carrigan Thomas L, elk The Indpls Gas 
Co. b 312 N Illinois. 

Carrlger John J (John J Carriger & Co), 
h 67 Central av. 

Carriger John J & Co (John J and Theo- 
dore M Carriger), real est, 9 Thorpe Blk. 

Carriger Theoore M (John J Carriger & 
Co), h 608 Central av. 

Carrlngton John, lab, h 2U W Merrill. 

Carrlthers N Hardy, real est, h 24 Garland 
(W I). 

Carroll, see also Carle, Carll and Karle. 

Carroll Anna, domestic, 28 Greenwood. 

Carroll Charles C, uphlr, h 356 Union. 

Carroll Charles W, plastr, h 778 S East. 

Carroll Edward, b 79 Fayette. 

Carroll Edward M, switchman, h 270 E 
Louisiana. 

Carroll George W, elk Schrader Bros, b 167 
N Mississippi. 

Carroll Henry, lab, h rear 123 W 4th. 

Carroll James, lab, h 215>4 E Washington. 

Carroll James, lineman Indpls Dist Tel Co, 
b 175 E Market. 

Carroll James, plastr, h 232 S Olive. 

Carroll James P, tinner, h 56 Oak. 

Carroll Jennie B (wid Patrick F), restau- 
rant 1027 E Washington, h same. 

Carroll Jeremiah, lab, b 80 Meek. 

Carroll John, bkkpr, b 167 N Mississippi. 

Carroll John, checkman Union Station, b 
702 N Tennessee. 

Carroll John, lab, h 188 W Merrill. 

Carroll John T, lab, h 305 S West. 

Carroll Laura, teacher P S No 3, r 53 Wind- 
sor Blk. 

Carroll Lillie, teacher P S No 4 (W I), b 
356 Union. 

Carr611 Louisa (wld George), h 483 N Ten- 
nessee. 

Carroll Margaret A, teacher P S No. 4, b 
2U N Illinois. " 

CarroU Mary (wid Morton), b 515 W Mary- 
land. 



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2JJ Belletoatalae Street, 

Will Furnish Estimates 

ON ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK. 



Carroll Mellie (wld Charles), r 23 Columbia 

Carroll Michael, lab, h 409 S Missouri. 

Carroll Patrick, lab, b 114 Meek. 

Carroll Patrick, lab, b 188 W Merrill. 

Carroll Peter, lab, h 4 Carter. 

Carroll Richard, painter, b 200 S Meridian. 

Carroll Roger, lab, b 80 Meek. 

Carroll Thomas, lab, b 188 W Merrill. 

Carroll Walter W, h 63 W 14th. 

Carroll Wm, foreman, h 202 W McCarty. 

Carroll Wm, stone cutter, h 115 River.side 
av (W I). 

Carroll Wm, condr, h 742 E Washington. 

Carroll Wm P, elk. b 300 S Meridian. 

Carroll Wm \V, barkpr, h 63 W 14th. 

Carskadon Edward, mail agt, h 866 S Me- 
ridian. 

Carskadon James, mail agt, h 866 S Me- 
ridian. 

Carson Calvin, saloon 176 Elizabeth, h same. 

Carson Carl, foreman H F Wood, r 25 
Circle. 

Carson Charles, painter, r 186 W Vermont. 

Carson Charles C, painter, h 199 N East. 

Carson Chloe S, h 800 E Market. 

Carson Edgar M, elk C E Coffin & Co, b 
831 N Penn. 

Carson Elhanan L, carp, h 92 Maple. 

Carson Emily (wid Calvin), b 18 Brett. 

Carson Frank, lab, b 176 Elizabeth. 

Carson Helen, h 1106 N Tennessee. 

James I, collarmkr, b 403 Madison 



Carson John F (Carson & Thompson), h 831 

N Penn. 
Carson John H, phys 24 S Relsner (W I), h 

Carson John W, collarmkr, h 403 Madison 

Carson Lafayette S, lab, h 135 Harrison. 

Carson Mary A (wld David), b 16 Green- 
wood. 

Carson Mary (wid Peter), h 534 S Tennes- 
see. 

Carson Mary C (wid James H), b LM Temple 
av. 

Carson Oliver H (Carson & Goodj, r 81 W 
Vermont. 

Carson Robert J, lab, h w end Jackson 
(Mt J). 

Carson Samuel, millwright, h loSij E 
Washington. 

Carson Vina (wid Alfred), h 18 Brett. 

Carson Wm, driver, h 436 S Missouri. 

Carson Wm, gasfiiter, b 410 S Tennessee. 

Carson Wm, patternmkr, b s w cor .lack- 
son and Lincoln av (Mt J). 

Carson Wm J, driver, b 230 W Maryland. 

Carson Wm L, watchman, b 403 Madison 

Carson Wm P, elk USE Tile Works, h 

1106 N Tennessee. 
Carson Wm R, night supt P O, r 145 S 

New Jersey. 
CARSON & GOOD (Oliver H CarMon, 

James TV Good), La^vyers 11 and 12 

Lombard Bids- 
Carson & Thompson (John F Carson, 

Charles N Thompson), lawyers, 16 Boston 

Blk. 
Carsten Mads, patternmkr, h 37 Decatur. 
Carstensen Christian, carp, h w s Station 

2 s Willow (B). 
Carstensen Gustav A Rev, rector St Paul's 

Episcopal Church, h 739 N Penn. 
Carter Albert H. elk, b 122 Christian av. 
Carter Alice L (wid Henry C), b 42 Ruckle. 



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Carter Ann (wld John), h 107 Highland PI. 

Carter Anson B. bkkpr Egan & Treat, h 
767 N New Jersey. 

Carter Averill P, t> 434 Central av. 

Carter Benjamin F, ins, h 599 Central av. 

Carter Brice M, contr, h 434 Central av. 

Carter Bros (Wm B and John A), livery 
212 W Maryland. 

Carter Chaplain, lab, h 115 Columbia al. 

Carter Charles, lab, h 171 E Walnut. 

Carter Charles, lab, r ISSVz W Washington. 

Carter Charles A, elk, h 122 W Maryland. 

Carter Charles W, student, b 599 Central 
av. 

Carter Dallas M, blksmlth, b 684 N Missis- 
sippi. 

•Carter Daniel, policeman, h 85 Dorman. 

Carter Dennis, lab, b 479 S Tennessee. 

Carter Edward, glass beveler, b 319 Hill- 
side av. 

Carter Edward, lab, h w s Michigan rd nr 
Crown Hill. 

Carter Emma, boarding, 28 Harrison. 

Carter Fletcher, contr, b 473 Central av. 

Carter Frank, waiter, h 163% E Washing- 
ton. 

Carter Frank H, druggist 298 Mass av, h 53 
Bellefontaine. 

Carter Frederick L. (Carter, Lee & Co), b 
176 E New York. 

Carter George, brakeman, b 29 Madison av. 

Carter George, lawyer 94^4 E Washington, 
h 72 W 2d. 

Carter George, shoemkr 304i,2 N Illinois, h 
232 W North. „ ^ ,,^ 

Carter George H (Carter, Lee & Co), h 176 
E New York. 

Carter George W, carp, h 304 W Market. 

Carter Harlen W, drugs and phys n e cor 
Clarke and Hillside av, h «ame. 

Carter Harriet D (wid Edward), h 742 N 
Mississippi. 

Carter Harry O, elk, b 684 N Mississippi. 

Carter Henry, lab, b SSVa Brett. 

Carter Henry, lab, h 186 Patterson. 

Carter Herbert R, elk, b 122 Christian av. 

Carter Indiana H (wid James), h Grand av 

Carter Isaac, lab, h 397 Blackford. 
Carter Jacob, lab, h E Chicago (N I). 
Carter James, lab, b 479 S Tennessee. 
Carter James, phys 659% Virginia av, h 19 

Carter James D, lab, h rear 258 S Meridian. 
Carter James F, confr, h 402 W Pratt. 
Carter James W, h 442 N Illinois. 
Carter Jane (wld Samuel), b 178 Bellefon- 
taine. 
Carter John, elk, h 179 Patterson. 
Carter John, driver, b 186 Patterson. 
Carter John, plumber, b 62 Roanoke. 
Carter John, salesman J S Cruse, h 765 N 

New Jersey. 
Carter John A (Carter Bros), h 212 W 

Maryland. 
Carter John A, produce 109 E Mkt House, 

h 107 Highland Pi. 
Carter John V, h 473 Central av. 
Carter John W, hardware 296 Mass av, h 

122 Christian av. 
Carter Joseph, lab, h 11 Cedar. 
Carter Joshua, lab, b 559 E Walnut. 
Carter J McI. lieut 5th cav USA 821/2 E 

Washington, h 496 N Meridian. 
Carter Lee, stenog, b 599 Central av. 
Carter, Lee & Co (George H Carter, Frank 

J Lee, Frederick L Carter), lumber 995 W 

Washington. 
Carter Levi, lab, h rear 330 Broadway. 



Hadley & fayi^ 

40M E. WASHINGTON ST. 

Fire Insurance, Real Estate, Loans 

and Rental Agents. 



Carter Lloyd, lab, b 391 Blackford. 

Carter Louis, lab, b 65 Smith. 

Carter Louis, welldigger, h 391 Blackford. 

Carter Lucy A (wid Alexander), b 328 E 
Georgia. 

Carter Mary (wid James), h 634 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Carter Mary B, h 418 Bellefontaine. 

Carter Mary G, teacher P S No 24, h 107 
Highland PI. 

Carter Millard F, carp, h 29 Ashland (W I). 

Carter Nancy (wid John A), h 320 N Dela- 
ware. 

Carter Nathan P, phys s w cor Illinois and 
29th, h same. 

Carter Ora, mach, b 132 W Ohio. 

Carter Orlando B, brickmason, h 167 E St 
Joseph. 

Carter Otto, carp, h 385 S East. 

Carter Patrick, lab, h 479 S Tennessee. 

Carter Rebecca (wid Lewis), h w s Rural 
3 s of Brinkman. 

Carter Richard O, brickmason, h 167 E St 
Joseph. 

Carter Robert, lab, h 563 E St Clair. 

Carter Robert F, moider, b 2 Warman av 
(H). 

Carter Susan (wid Wm). b 20 Yandes. 

Carter Thomas B, U S treas agt 29% N 
Penn, h 74 W North. 

Carter Thomas J, depty city clerk 6 Court 
House, h 76 W 9th. 

Carter Vinson (Carter & Brown), h 582 N 
Penn. 

Carter Walter O, moider, b 122 W Mary- 
land. 

Carter Wm , barber, h 627 N Mississippi. 

Carter Wm, lab, b 314 E Court. 

Carter Wm C, brakeman, b 559 E Wash- 
ington. 

Carter Wra E (Carter Bros), h 212 W Mary- 
land. 

Carter Wm F, painter, h 81 N Rural. 

Carter Wm H, painter, h 328 E Georgia. 

Carter Wm W, h 247 N Meridian. 

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-Wm T Broivn), Lnwyers 21 Vance 
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Cartheuser Benjamin F, lab, b 323 W Mor- 

Cartheuser Christian, tmstr, h 52 Morton. 
Cartheuser James K, lab, b 323 W Morris. 
Cartheuser Louis A, lab, b 323 W Morris. 
Cartheuser Louis P, lab, h 109 Gray. 
Cartmill Albert, lab, h 295 Indiana av. 
Carton Hugh A, saloon 28 Michigan (H), h 

same. 
Carton John H, foreman, b 520 S Ten- 



Carton Wm T, boilermkr, h 



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00 %, Cartwright Jesse D, truckman, h 156 Pleas- 
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Carusi Joseph, fruits 83 E Mkt House, h 
65 S Alabama- 

Caruth Elizabeth (wid Joseph), b 202 How- 
ard. 

Carver Alfred, cabtmkr, h 17 John. 

Carver Anna L, stenog, b 17 John. 

Carver Charles W, patent rights, h 118 
King av (H). 

Carver David K, real est, h Downey av (I). 

Carver Elmer E, printer, b 17 John. 

CaiTer George O, b 17 John. 

Carver John A, cooper, h 172 Lexington av. 
Clara M, teacher, b 412 N New Jer- 



Carvii 

sey. 
Carvin Ella, h 412 N New Jersey. 
Garvin Prank F, foreman Wm L Elder, h 

448 N New Jersey. 
Carvin Hannah E (wid, Austin A), dress- 

mkr 448 N New Jersey, h same. 
Carvin James M, phys 113 S Illinois, h 397y2 

Bellefontaine. 
Carvin OrvilleO, sec The Indpls Millinery 

Co, Washington av (I). 
Carvin Wm, hostler, h 291 Kentucky av. 
Carwell Wm. lab, 224 W Chesapeake. 
Cary, see also Carey. 

Gary Elmer E, phys 151 N Illinois, h same. 
Gasad Charles A, reporter Indpls Journal, 

r 79 E Vermont. 
Casady, see also Cassady and Cassidy. 
Casady Albert, finisher, b 375 Clifford av. 



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Casady Frank, lab, b n w cor Waverly 

and Clifford avs. 
Casady Horace G, poultry 406 College av. 

b n w cor Waverly and Clifford avs. 
Casady Joseph, painter, b s w cor Station 

and Glen Drive (B). 
Casady Robert, dairy, n w cor Waverly 

and Clifford avs, h same. 
Case Alice T, dressmkr, 122 S Olive, b 

Case Bertha M, stenog, b 395 N New Jer- 

Case Conner F, barber, h 239 N Illinois. 

Case David B, carp, 215 Douglass. 

Case David H, detective, r :.S Catterson 
Elk. 

Case Francis M, lab. h ';66 E Wabash. 

Case Henry, lab, b 1 Garter. 

Case Hiram M, drayman h 58 Andrews. 

Case Horace A, elk, h 331 B South. 

Case James G, lab. b 266 E Wabash. 

Case John B, engr, h 50 Concordia. 

Case John W, printer The Indpls Sentinel, 
b 122 S Olive. 

Case Joseph R, condr, h 10 Eagle. 

Case J I Threshing Mach Co, Augustus 
Boyd genl agt, 38 Kentucky av. 

Case Lucian B, mngr. h 395 N New Jersey. 

Case L Butler, phys 65 Omer, h same. 

Case Martha A (wid Berrien L), h 56 N 
State av. 

Case Martha M, News Depot 185 Mass av. 
h 395 N New Jersey. 

Case Mary A (wid John L), h 122 Olive. 

Case Robison M, chief elk L E & W R R. 
b ISO Christian av. 

Case Theresa (wid Edward, h 331 Superior. 

Casey Anna (wid Dennis), b 127 Spann av. 

Casey Bridget (wid Patrick), b 37 King 
av (H). 

Casey Charlotte M (wid Wm J), h 253 N 
Alabama. 

Casey Cornelius, barber 277V4 S Illinois. 

Casey Cornelius, lab. h 179 Dormant 

Cr.<5ey Daniel, h 1.S9 Elizabeth. 

Casey Daniel E, lab, b 1^6 Blackford. 

Casey Daniel W, lab, b 174 Dorman. 

Casey Dennis, lab, h 268 W Merrill. 

Casey Dennis, lab, b 71 Spann av. 

Casey Edward, printer, b 141 N Alabama. 

Casey Ellen (wid John), h 275 W McCarty. 

Casey Ellen (wid Patrick), h 278 W Mc- 
Carty. 

Casey James, butcher, r 75 W McCarty. 

Casey Jeremiah, lab, b 179 Dorman. 

Casey Jeremiah B, lab, h 174 Dorman. 

Casey John, engr, b lOS Bates. 

Casey John, lab, h 1S5 Meek. 

Casey John, lab, b 330 E Washington. 

Casey John B, route agt Am Ex Co, h 
676 Broadway. 

Casey John P, bartender, b 278 W Mc- 
Carty. 

Casey Kate (wid Michael), h 174 Dorman. 

Casey Ma,ry (wid Patrick), h 185 Meek. 

Casey Michael, tel opr, b 185 Meek. 

Casey Morris, bartender, b 278 W McCarty. 

Casey Patrick J, brakeman, h 193 S Pine. 

Casey Robert, packer, h 13 Douglass. 

Casey Thomas, fireman, b 553 E Wash- 
ington. 

Casey Thomas M, elk R M S, r 101 N New 
Jersey. 

Casey Wr 

Cash Alii! 

Cash lidward, lab. b 195 W 4th. 

Cash George T, ins agt, h 142 Blackford. 



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Cash Isaac, lab, b 253 N West. 

Cash John, lab, h 195 W 4th. 

Cash I^afayette, lab, b 253 N West. 

Cash Milton, c!k Rich & McVey, b 283 W 

Michigan. 
CASH REGISTER, THJ3 NATIONAL CO, 

^Vnl F Bookhoff St-.ite Snlc-^maii, 

Office Park Theater BId;jr. 
Cash Richard M, carp, h 286 Indiana a\-. 
Cash Wm P, carp, h 20 Osgood av (W I>. 
Cashman Catherine (wid Martin), b 293 

W Merrill. 
Cashman Daniel, baggagemaster, b 1100 W 

Washington (H). 
Cashman Ella, bkkpr Georg-e J Marott, b 

1100 W Washington. 
Cashman Jacob, lab, 293 W Merrill. 
Cashman Timothy, shoemkr 122 Belmont 

av, h 1100 West Washington (H). 
Casin Michael, lab. h rear 63 Wyoming. 
Caskey Jacob B, drugs, cor Brinkman and 

Station (B), h Station (B). 
Caskey James E, trav agt Journal Job Ptg 

Co, b Occidental Hotel. 
Caskey Walter L, elk, b Station (B). 
Casmon George fireman, b 263 Bates. 
Casmon Mary A (wid Michael), h 263 Bates. 
Cass Caran. lab, h 176 Union. 
Cass John F, wheelmkr, b 176 Union. 
Cass Roy D (Mathew & Cass), h 344 N 

Alabama. 
Cass Sara, teacher P S No 20, b 176 Union. 
Cass Wm H, finisher, h 176 Union. 
Cassady, .-see also Casady and Cassidv. 
Cassady George D, wheelmkr, h 292 E Mor- 
ris. 
Cassady James J, b 348 S Alabama. 
Cassady James S, city fireman, b 233 N 

Noble. 
Cassady Joseph T, painter, b Station (B). 
Cassady Lewis J, farmer, h 252 S Dela- 
ware. 
Cassady Louise A (wid Louis R), b 86 

Huron. 
Cassady Ulysses G (Cassady & Neerman), 

h 674 E St Clair. 
Cassady Wm, mach hd, h 270 W Merrill. 
Cassady & Neerman (Ulysses G Cassady, 

Enoch J Neerman), glass 81 N Delaware. 
Cassel, Anthony, lab. b 40 HauRh (HI. 
Cassel Earl R, brakeman, b 106 Stoughton 

Cassel Harry T, b 75 Cornell av. 

Cassel Jefierson M, special agt U S Ijife 

Ins Co, 25 E Market; grocer 323 Clifford 

av, h 106 Stoughton av. 
Cassel Mary J (wid James M), h 75 Cornell 

av. 
Cassel Robert E, gluer, h 38 S State av. 
Cassell Mamie, stenog, h 501 S New Jersey. 
Cassell Winfield S, tel opr, h 501 S New 

Cassely John, butcher, b 95 AgTies. 

Cassely Patrick, lab, h 671 W Vermont. 

Casserly John, lab, h 23 Roe. 

Cassidy, see also' Casady and Cassadiv. 

Cassidy Benton L, lab, h 32 Davisi 

Cassidy Catherine, dom, 616 N Meridian. 

Cassidy Emma, janitor P S No 30, b 2:il 
Springfield. 

Cassidy John, lab, b 95 Agnes. 

Cassidy Kate, cook Insane Hospital. 

Cassidy Louis B, electrician, h 32 Davis. 

Cassidy Nancy (wid Wm). h 11 McGhmiK. 

Cassidy Patrick, lab, h 671 W Vermont. 

Cassidy Richard T, fireman, h 294 Spring- 
field 



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PHONE ES4. 

Residence C. T. Whitsett, Denison House. 

Private Phone 570. 



Cassiero Frank A, fruits, h 17 W New 
York. 

Cassile Bird L, bkkpr, b 165 N Alabama. 

Cassile Lorenu. stenog, b 170 Christian av. 

Castello, see also Costello. 

Castello Maria L (wid Charles), h 161 Bu- 
chanan. 

Castenholz Richard C, collr, h 335 E Mor- 



prmter. 



Caster Charles 

Delaware. 
Caster Mary E. h 2 W Chesapeake 



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Castetter Hiram D, lab, h e 

Washington (M J). 
Castle Charles E, carp, b 27 Warren av (W 

I). 
Castle Charles L, mach, b 678 W Washlngr- 

Castle Engine Works, J R Allen pres, O M 

Allen sec, 115 S Tennessee. 
CASTLE HOTEL, Jaiues H Huls Propr, • 

ai to 32 Mass av. 

Castle Ice Machinery Co,01iver H Castle 
mngr, mnfrs ice machinery, 19-27 W 
South. 

Castle Oliver H. mngr Castle Ice Machin- 
ery Co, b 166 N Alabama. 

Castle Richard C, lab, h cor Merritt and 
Summit (H). 

Castle Wm, lab, h 206 S Bast. 

Castleman David, mach hd, h 320 Michigan 
(H). 

Casto Lewis, sawyer, h e s Rural, 5 n of 
Clifford av. 

Castor, see also Caster and Coster. 

Castor Edna, stenog, b 72 Cornell av. 

Castor Edwin A, carp, h 72 Cornell av. 

Castor Frank G, printer, b 72 Cornell av. 

CASTOR HIR.AM C, PUyslclan and 
Sur)2;eon 3U1 Mass av; Tel 308; b 

Castor Ira G, cabtmkr, b 72 Cornell av. 



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Castor John W, printer, b 72 Cornell av. 

Caswell Omar H, decorator, b 31 N Liberty. 

Caswell Wm H, blksmith, h 31 N Liberty. 

Catalano Frank, fruits, h 115 W New Tork. 

Catalan© John, musician, h 496Vi Virginia 
av. 

Catalano Nicholas, peddler, b 496^ Vir- 
ginia av. 

Catellier Diflier, shoemkr, h cor Shade and 
Pullman (B). 

Catellier Joseph C, shoemkr, h 123 Yeiser. 

Catellier Philomerie (L Beaupre & Co), h 
123 Yeiser. 

Cates John M, carp, h 38 Greenwood. 

Gates John W, condr, h 122 S Olive. 

Cates Noah, student, r 136 N Scioto. 

CATHCART, CLEl.A»D & CO (Robert 
W Cathcart, John E Cleland, Win V 
Con^lilen), Books, Stationery and 
"Wall Paper G E Washington; Tel 330. 

Cathcart Robert W (Cathcart, Cleland & 
Co), h 439 N Penn. 

Gather Wallace, mach hd, b 240 Huron. 

Catherwood Albert S, condr, h 10 Windsor 
Pl. 

Catherwood Ellen (wid Joseph), b 438 N 
Meridian. 

Cathlser James K, mach hd, h 323 W Mor- 
ris. 

Catholic Record The, Alexander Chomel 
pub, 100 W Georgia. 

Cathro David R, buyer N Y Store, h 579 
N West. 

Catlin Mary J (wid Rufus B), h 386 N New 
Jersey. 

Catlin Wm W, h 1099 N Penn. 

Cato Max, lab, h 275 "E Court. 

Caton, see also Katon. 

Caton Edward G (Caton & Kampman), h 
324 E Miami. 

Caton Peter A, lab, h 360 S Delaware. 

Caton Rlchaid, butcher, b 7 N State av. 

Caton & Kampman (Edward G Caton, Hen- 
ry W Kampman), saloon, 124 E Wabaah. 

Catt Frank, bill poster, b 466 S llllrois. 



Catt Joseph L, tmstr. 



S Illinois. 




SEALS, 
STENCILS, 
STAMPS, Etc. 
GEO. J. MAYER 

15 S. Meridian St. 
Telephone 1386. 



Catt L A, feed 175 W Washington, h 150 X 

Mississippi. 
Catt Wilson, mngr, h 150 N Mississippi. 
Catterson Charles, painter, h 40 Bismarck- 
Catterson Elizabeth A (wid Robert), h 

266 Union. 
Catterson Frank, waiter, r 11 S Mississippi. 
Catterson George E, river, b 40 Bismarck. 
Catterson George N (R F Catterson & Son), 

h 808 N Meridian. 
Catterson Missouri (wid Abel E), h 40 Bis- 

Catterson Robert F (R F Catterson & Son), 

r 1. ;;Hi iv'Htucky av. 
CATTERSON R P & SON (Robert F 

and George N Catterson), Real Es- 
tate, Loans and Rents 24 Kentucky 

av; Tel 359. 
Catterson Thomas L, bkkpr, h 468 N East. 
Caudell Henry J, tmstr, h e s Rural, 1 n of 

Park (B). 
Caudell Jacob W, lab, h w s Cushing, 3 n 

of Belt R R. 
Caudell John F, tmstr, h e s Rural, 6 n of 

Belt R R (B). 
Caudell Nelson E, lab, h e s Fountain, 3 n 

Belt R R. 
Caudell Omer M, tmstr, b e s Rural, 6 n of 

Belt R R (B). 
Caudell Otto B, tmstr, b e s Rural, 6 n of 

Belt R R (B). 
Caudell Wm, fireman, b s s Pendleton av 

(B). 
Caudell Wilson Rev, h e s Cushing, 3 n of 

Belt R R . 
Caudell Wilson, tmsfr, b e s Rural, 1 n of 

Park (B). 
Caughlin, see also Coughlin. 
Caughlin Helen C, dressmkr 63 W Ohio, h 

same. 
Cauldwell, see also Caldwell, Coldwell and 

Colwell. 
Cauldwell David J, plastr, b 61 Camp. 
Cauldwell Edward H, contr 213V4 Christian 

av, h same. 
Cauldwell Susan A (wid Jasper), b 213% 

Christian av. 
Cauley Edward, lab, h 357 S West. 
Cauley Frank J, cigarmkr, h 294 W Mary- 
land. 
Cauley Michael, lab, b 36 N State av. 
Cauley Wm, horseshoer, b 294 W Maryland. 
Cauley Wm, lab, b 357 S West. 
Cavaliero Nicholas, peddler, h 413 E Pearl. 
Cavanaugh Joseph R, supt car service C C 

C & St L Ry, h 292 E Ohio. 
Cavanaugh, Fee also Kavanaugh. 
Cavanaugh Bartley, lab, b 85 Agnes. 
Cavanaugh Ervin, lab, h 110 S Williams (W 

I). 
Cavanaugh Herbert, cabtmkr, b 553 E 

Washington. 
Cavanaugh James, b 342 W 1st. 
Cavanaugh James J, elk, b 342 W 1st. 
Cavanaugh John, b 342 W 1st. 
Cavanaug-i John, sawyer, h 433 S Missouri. 
Cavanaugh Lawrence, sawyer, b 107 Eddy. 
Cavanaugh Margaret (wid Mathias), h 107 

Eddy. 
Cavanaugh Mollie (wid Fielding S), h 199% 

Mass av. 
Cavanaugh Patrick, lab, b 85 Agnes. 
Cavanaugh Wm H, wood turner, h 328 

Archer. 
Cave George, lab, b 171 E Walnut. 
Cave George W, car rep, h 40 Gale (B). 
Cave Isaac, lab, b 191 W Ohio. 
Cave John D, foreman, h 36 Gale (B). 
Cave Jonas, b 36 Gale (B). 



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J.W.Cor.Ohioand Penn. 
Telephone 535. 



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Cave Omer, barber, 
CAVEN JOHN, Vi 

and Power Co, i 

b Circle Honse. 

Cavender Frank P, tel opr, b 240 Cornell av. 

Cavender Harvey J, contr 240 Cornell av, 
h same. 

CAVETT HENRY, Propr Exchangre Ho- 
tel Union Stock Yards (VV I), U same. 

Gavin Michael, lab, h 502 E Georgia. 

Cavin Wm J, lab. b 502 E Georgia. 

Cavolt Amos, bricklayer, h 117 Douglass. 

Cavolt George E, lab, h 122 Blackford. 

Canby James W, tinner, h 73 Rhode Island. 

Cawby Martin, watchman, b 295 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Caylor, see also Kaler, Kaylor, Keeler, 
Keller, Koehler, Roller and Kuhler. 

Caylor Allen supt City Ice Co, h 460 N West 

Caylor Edward A, dairy, h B Washington 
(I). 

Caylor Ellas J, agt, h 77 Martindale av. 

Caylor Jefferson, trav agt, h 276 Bellefon- 
talne. 

Caylor Oliver P, elk. h 156 John. 

Cayton Morrison, confr 619 Virginia av, h 
same. 

CIOCIl. THOMAS AV, elk County Aud- 
itor's Office, b 304 N New Jersey. 

Cederholm Charles A, mach, h 236 N Pine. 

Central Chair Co, T L Thompson pres, C F 
Woemer vice-pres, B F Schmid sec and 
treas, cor Georgia and Missouri. 

CRNTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH, Rey 
Uunlel R Lucas Pastor, n e cor Dela- 
ware and Walnut and Ft AVayne av. 

CBNTRAIi C01.1.EGE OP PHYSICIANS 
AND SURGEONS, Joseph Eastman 
Pres. Samu-il E Earp Sec. Jobn E 
SutcIlRe Tre.-is, a e cor S Penn and 
Soutb; Tel 1471. 

CENTRAL, CYCLE MANUFACTURING 
CO THE. Lucius M Wainwrislit Pres, 
Albert D Jobnson Sec and Treas, 
Bicycle IHntrs 16 to 20 W Garden; 
Tel 1C36. 

CENTRAL INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR 
THE INSANE, George F Edenbarter 
Supt, National road 3 miles W of 
City. 

Central Loan Co, A B Wiltse mngr, 11»^ N 
Meridian. 

Central States Dispatch Fast Freight Line, 
Thomas H Noonan gen mngr, Lynn E 
Stone agt, rooms 1 to 10 Lorraine Bldg; 
tel 1396. 

Central Transfer Co (Oran Perry, Henry S 
Eraser), Virgiana av and Union tracks. 

CENTRAL UNION TELEPHONE CO, 
John M Baker Supt, Tel 243; N < 
Wnrth Mngr, Tel 301; s w cor Illi 
nois and Ohio. 

Century Cycle Mfg Co, Henry C Smither 
sec and treas, 243 Virginia av. 

CEREALINE MANUFACTURING 1 
THE, Thomas J Ga« Pre.s. Joseph 
Gent Viee-Pres, Richard Thomas Sec 
and Treas, 14 to 17 Lorraine Bids; 
Tel, Office 140S, Mill 1400. 

Cemey Patrick, hostler, h 448 S Missouri. 

Chadwell Maria (wid Harry), b 206 W 1st. 

Chadwick James F, stonecutter, h 413 S 
West. 



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Chadwick Levi, carp, h 48 N New Jersey. 

Chaffee Wm T, trav agt Fahnley & Mc- 

Crea, h 108 Elm. 

Chaille Emerson W, bkkpr, b 241 Cornell 

Chaille Uriah M, treas Indiana Baptist 

Pub Co, h 241 Cornell av. 
Chamberlain Charles, b 80 E New York. 
Chamberlain Clarence, miller, b 456 W 

New York. 
Chamberlain Eben C, mgr Circle Park 

Hotel, b same. I 

Chamberlain George C, foreman, h 275 Hu- 

Chamberlain James F, saloon, s e cor 
Michigan road and 20th, h same. I 

Chamberlin Andrew B, lab, h 216 Bright. , 

Chamberlin John F, scale rep, b 323 W 
Michigan. 

Chamberlin Wm H, scale mnfr 29 E 
Georgia, h 323 W Michigan. 

Chambers Avery St C (Chambers & Bro), 
b 915 W Morris (W I). 

Chambers Casper E, candymkr, b Enter- 
prise Hotel. 

Chambers Charles, brakeman, b 20 S Pine. 

Chambers Clarence, foreman, r 304 B Mar- 
ket. 

Chambers Eleonore M (wid John), b 100 
Central av. 

Chambers Elisha M, driver, h 159 W Mc- 
carty. 

Chambers Ferdinand, elk, b 1027 N New 

Chambers Frank J, insp, h 108 King av ; 
Chambers Henry, waiter, r 222% E Wash- { 

Chambers James, stationer, 159 E Wash- t 
ington, h 174 Fletcher av. ' 

Chambers James H, hostler, h 3 Everett. < 

Chambers Joseph M, expressman, h 70 • 
Oliver av (W I). , 

Chambers Nancy J (wid George), h w s , 
Euclid av 1 s of Michigan. < 



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Loans, Rentals, 

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gg< Iron Paint, Roofing Paint, Paint 
5 > ° Oil, Dead Oil. 

§^ TELEPHONE 1447. 

S IT . P. O. Box 3. 

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e © l; Chambers Oscar C (Chambers & Bro), b 

S^ -^ Z 915 W Morris (W I). 

O " O CHAMIIKRS PERLEE I., Cigars and 

ft; ^X Tol.iioio 3» !\ Penn, t 1027 N New 

g ^ Q. Jersey. 

§ — lU CHAMMEItS, PICKENS & 9IOORES, 

~,>! HI 'Smiley N Cliaiubcrs, Samuel O PicU- 
55 ,_ ens, Cliiirles W Moores), Lawyers 109 
O and 112 Commercial Clnb Bldg; Tel 

, — , Chambers Smiley N (Chambers, PickeniS & 

Morris), h 771 N Alabama- 
Chambers Wesley J. packer, h 246 Madison 

av. 
Chambers Wm, mach. b 290 S East. 
Chambers Wm H Rev. pastor A M E 

Zioa Church, h 356 Blackford. 
CHAitUlERS & MRO (Oscar C and Avery 

St C», nrnssists 1!)!) Howard (W l)j 

Tel 13S7. 
Chamblam Wm C H, collr, b 683 E Wash- 
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QT Chamness James A, molder, b 13 Holmes av 
111 (H). 

(J Chamness Luke, watchman, h Reynolds 
< av (H). 

Z Chamness JIar>- E (wid Edward W), h 15 
Holmes av (HV 
Chamness Wm D, lab, h 37 B S cfe B av 
(W I). 
iJ Champ Jennie (wid Thomas), h 80 Garden. 

, Champe Charles G, painter b 292 E South. 

, Champe John L, elk, h 292 E South. 
- Champe Wm E, elk, b 292 E South. 
> Champion Edwin JM. pressman Hasselman 
It Ptg Co, b 221 E Georgia. 
lij Champion George W, presman Hasselman 
5 Ptg Co. b Illinois House. 
^ Champion Isaac N. carp, h 300 Fletcher av. 
O Champion John A, printer, b 221 B Georgia. 
(0 Ci^ampion nf Risht and Freedom. Reed & 

■ Wilson pubs 37% Virginia av. 



INDIANA CEMENT WORKS. 

LAAKMANN & SHERER, 

CEMENT- WORK 

Done if English Pobtlahd Cement. 

Cellar Floors, Side Walks and Garden Walks a Scecinliy. 

Orders left in Boi 35 at Builders' Eichange, S.W. Cor. 

Ohio and Penn. Sts., Indianapolis, promptly attended to. 



Champion Wm, foreman pressman Hassel- 
man Ptg Co, h 221 E Georgia. 

Champion Wm H. tel opr, b 1'21 E Georgia. 

Champion Charles, driver, h 180 E Wabash. 

Chance Frank S (Chance-Matthews Print- 
ing Co), h e s Colorado av 3 n of Wash- 
ington. 

Chance-Matthews Printing Co (Frank S 
Chance, E Edwin Matthews), 9-11 Vance 
BIk. 

Chance Rebecca (wd John), nurse, h e s 
Colorado av 3 n of Washington. 

Chandler, see also Chantler. 

Chandler Eliza (wid Sylvester), h 57 Rook- 

Chandl'er Frank, bartender, h 217^5 Alvor.l. 

Chandler George M, foundry, h 305 Broad- 
way. 

Chandler George R, printer Wm B Burford, 
h 25 Elm. 

Chandler Harry A, engraver Baker-Ran- 
dolph Co, h 71 W 4th. 

CH-iXDLER HEMIY C, AVood Engraver 
13 1-3 E Washington; Tel 107T; U 
278 W Vermont. (See adv class En- 



ers al. 
Chandler Jacob, lab. b 287 Indiana av. 
Chandler James L D, treas The Inui Is 

Millinery Co, r 22 W Georgia. 
Chandler James W, lab, h 161 Osage. 
Chandler Laura B (wid Wm), h 297 E N;\v 

Tork. 
Chandler Louis, elk. h 297 E New York. 
Chandler Mary (wid Alexander), h 160 Biyd. 
Chandler Mary E (wid Jacob H), h 71 



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Chandler Thomas, watchman, b Illinois 

House. 
Chandler Thomas E, engraver Baker-Rsn- 

dolph Co, b 571 Broadway. 
Chandler Thomas E, pres Chandler & Tay- 



CH.ANDLER & T.4^YLOR CO. Thomas E 
Chandler Pres, Franklin Taylor 
Vice-Pres and Treas, "\Vm M Taylor 
See, Engines and Saw Mill Machin- 
ery 370 National rd: Tel 330. 

Chaney, see also Cheney. 

Chaney George F, elk, b 58 Highland pi. 

Chaney Phoebe E (wid Fernando), h 58 

Highland pi. 
Chaney Wm A, dispatcher I & V R R. b 

58 Highland pi. 
Chantler. see also Chandler. 
Chantler Mary A (wid Thomas), b 66 Oak. 
Chantler Stephen, solicitor, h 72 English 

Chapin Charles C, h e s Manlove av 3d s 
Brinkman. 

Chapin Edward J. tool mnfr 500 W Wash- 
ington, h 54 College av. 

Chapin Elijah, lab, h 7 Hill. 

Chapin George, lab. h 55 Bloomington. 

Chapin James W. h 405 Central av. 

Chapin Maggie (wid Charles), h 251 E 
Georgia, 



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Chapin Wm G, asst cashr C C C & St L 

Ry, h 275 W Michigan. 
Chaplin Edward C, meats, 78 E Mkt House, 

h 101 Pleasant. 
Chapman Alfred P, lab, h 36 Everett. 
Chapman Alonzo B, jeweler, b 37 Brad- 

shaw. 
Chapman Anderson, lab, b 239 Buchanan. 
Chapman Blanche, stenog Old Wayne Mut 

Life Assn, b 308 Spann av. 
Chapman Prank R, elk, b 177 Lexington 

av. 
Chapman Harry, barber 70 Virginia av, h 

308 Spann av. 
Chapman Harr>' C, engr, h 74 Minerva. 
Chapman Jennie, b 452 N New Jersey. 
Chapman John W, stairbldr, b 308 Spajin 

Chapman Joseph D, blksmith 185 Prospect, 
h 12 .rohn (S E). 

Chapman Maggie J (wid Charles), h 114 
Cook. 

Chapman Mary E (wid Samuel), h 308 
Spann av. 

Chapman Page, elk Central States Dis- 
patch, b 19 West Drive (W P). 

Chapman Thomas S, stairbldr, h 379 N 
California. 

Chapman Tracey J, millwright, h 177 Lex- 
ington av. 

Chapman Wm. pedler, b 226 Oliver av 
(W I). 

Chapman Wm D, bkkpr, b 177 Lexington 
av. 

Chapman Wm J, farmer, h 600 English av 
(W). 

Chapman Wm J, finisher, h 317 W North. 

Chapman Willis, cupola tender, h 105 Locke. 

Chappel Albert, hostler, b 202 W Washing- 
ton. 

Chappell Dora stenog, b 198 Favette. 

Chappie Anna M (wid Holly S), dressmkr 
158 N Mississippi, h same. 
■ Chappie Clayton C, lab, r 2491/2 W Wash- 
ington. 

Chappie Marshall L, lab, r 2491/2 W Wash- 
ington. 

Chappie Nancy (wid James T), r 2491,4 W 
Washington. 

Chappie Walter A, lab, h 2401/2 W Wash- 
ton. 

CHARITY ORGANIZATION SOCIFTY, 
Chnrles S Gront Gen Sec. r 1 Ply- 
month RIcIk -s e onr N Meriill.in nnd 
New York; Tel 613. 

Charles Aaron B, paperhanger, h 110 An- 
derson. 

Charles Abraliam B, carp, h 311 N West. 

Charles Abraham L, painter, h 55 Torbet. 

Charles Benjamin, miller, h 41 Brett. 

Charles Horace H, paperhanger, b 311 N 
West. 

Charles Joseph B, painter, b 41 Brett. 

Charles Louis J, painter, h 137 N State av. 

Charles Marion E, b 311 N West. 

Charles Mary (wid Thomas), h 109 S Noble. 

Charlton Arthur, b 244 Huron. 

Charpie Avery B Rev, h 17 Keystone av. 

Charpie Leonard, janitor P S No 15, b 17 
Keystone av. 

Charron Claude C, phonograph, h 548 N 
Tennessee. 

Chartrand Joseph Rev. asst pastor S S 
Peter and Paul Cathedral, h cor 5th and 
Meridian. 

Chase Ira J Rev, h Commercial av (I). 



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Management oi Estates 

THOS. C. DAY & CO., 

7« EAST MARKET STREET. 



Chase John Q, diamond wall plaster, b 1 

E Michigan. 
Chase Wm P, mach, h n w cor Graha: 

and Thalman av. 
Chaska John, packer, h 405 W New York. 
Chastain Edward, lab, h Line (I). 
Chastain J Thomas, lab, h w s Hazsl 2 

Bloyd av. 
Chasteen Mary F (wid Samuel), b 637 W 

Vermont. 
Chasteen Samuel W, cooper, h 637 W^ Ver- 

Chastine Charles, bartender, b 134 W Ohio. 
CHARTARD FRANCIS SII.AS RIGHT 

RI3V, liishop of Vineennes, Use cor 

Meridinn and 5tli. 

Chatham Harrison, lab, r rear 130 N Penn. 
Chatman John C, lab. h 156 Hosbrook. 
Chatten Charles M, finisher, b 379 N Cali- 
fornia 
Chatwell Harry, porter, r 130 N Penn. 
Chavis Wm, phys I821/2 Indiana av. h 



Cheatham George W, merchant police, h 

525 N Mississippi. 
Cheatham John, elk, b 533 College av. 
Cheatham Richard, barber, r 35y2 Kantucky 

av. 
Cheatham Thomas W, lab, 140 Harlan. 
Cheek John W, engr, h 251 Fletcher av. 
Cheek Thomas L, medicine mnfr 15 Vance 

Blk, h 229 B South. 
Cheely Edward, patternmkr, b 41 Belmont 

Cheely George W, janitor Court House, h 
41 Belmont av. 

Cheeseman Henry, lab, b 224 Linden. 

Cheeseman Sarah A (wid John), h 224 Lin- 
den. 

Cheeseman Thomas, lab, b 224 Linden. 

Chenault Horace, porter, r 197 W New 
York. 

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Gas and Electric Fixtures 



The Leading Wholesale and Retail 
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CHESTER BRADFORD, 

Solicitor of- Fa.tents, 
akd counsel iis patent cavses. 



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Office :— Rooms 14 and 16 Hubbard Block, S. 

Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



Cheney James W, 
ware, 
'lieney Marville C, blksmith. 



mngr, r 95>4 N Dela- 

Brinkmaji 

Cheney Mary C (wid Wm), h 650 Madison 

Chenoweth Daniel A, h 441 N Delaware. 

Cherdron Charles, mach hd, h 217 N Pine. 

Cherdron Martha E (wid Charles), h 217 N 
Pine. 
I Cherry Amanda (wid Wm), h 380 N Brook- 
side av. 

Cherry David, lab, b 66 N Missouri. 

Cherry Elizabeth (wid Thomas P), h 235 
Broadway. 

Cherry James P, printer, r 481^ S Tennes- 

Cher'ry Mary M (wid Andrew O), h 235 
' Broadway. _ „ , 

' Cherry Wm, lab, h e s Ivy la 2 s Pendleton 



. Cheslyn John 



finisher, h 141 Pendleton 



Chester Alfred A, stairbldr, h 3S Eureka av. 
Chester Charles N, mach hd, h 19 Keith. 
Q Chester Oriel E, carp, b 38 Eureka av. 
, CHESTER PIPE AND TUBE CO (Jobn 

H DllUs), Tl W Marjland; Tel 758. 
* Chestine Wm, cooper, h s s Ida 1 w of 
Harris av (Mt J). ^ ^ 

Chestnutt John, auditor Kingan & Co, h 
814 N Alabama. 
J Chevalier Louise, b 124 Park av. 
S Chevalier Percy R, mantels 114 N Dela- 
S aware, b 330 N New Jersey. 
^ Chew John, b 137 Harlan. 

S CHICAGO BRIDGE AND IRON CO, Al- 
C bert Mlolile Agt, Engineers and Con- 
^ iractors Office BuilderM' Exchange 
^ 35 E Ohio. (See lldv in classllled 

Contractors— Bridge.) 
"" Chidister Wm J, condr, h 164 E New Tork. 



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WM. G. RUBUSH, 

2J3 Bellefontalae Street, 



Will fnrnlsh e 



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J03 WORK. 



Chief Mnfg- Co (Freeman M Teeguarden, 
David Lanum), mill supplies 192 S Illinola. 

Childers Calvin F, foreman, h 68 Germanla 
av (H). 

Childers George, driver, h 269^ E Wash- 
ington. 

Childers Harry R, elk The Nat Malleable 
Castings Co, b 363 N Noble. 

Childers Hattie, r 27% Virginia av. 

Childers James, brakeman, b 25 Oriental. 

Childers James P, elk, h 127 Hoyt av. 

Childers John R, ins solicitor C F Sayles, 
h 66 Wallack. 

Childers Joshua F. driver, h 269 E Wash- 
ington. 

Childers Robert G, drayman, h 1 Catling. 

Childers Stephen L, tinner 175 S East, h 
278 N Liberty. 

Childers Wm H, carp, h 68 Wallack. 

Childrens' Guardians Home, s e cor Pros- 
pect and Auburn av. 

Childress Andrew, lab, h 28 Chapel. 

Childress Dirick C, lab, b 238 W 3rd. 

Childs George, painter, h W Wells (N I). 

Chllds George H, sec Thj Commercial Ac- 
cident Co, b Circle Park Hotel. 

Childs Joseph, lab, b 4 Carter. 

Childs Peter, lab, b 4 Carter. 

Childs Sophia (wid George), h 122 Roanoke. 

Childs Wm, lab, b 4 Carter. 

Childs Wm, lab, h 40 Eddy. 

ChiU Annie E. teacher, b 169 Yandes. 

Chill Charles F, driver, b 329 W 2nd. 

Chill Samuel J, meats 82 E Mkt House, h 
85 Spring. 

Chill Thomas M, real est. h 169 Tandes. 

Chill Wm F, carp, h 62 Jefferson. 

Chilton Maggie (wid Thomas L), h 25 Wil- 
lard. 

Chinn Maria (wid John H), h 140 Agnes. 

Chipman John W, sec The Wanamaker Car 
Scale Co, h 36 W St Joseph. 

Chipman Wm. switchman, r 34 S State ar. 

Chisholm Clinton, cook, h 83 Fayette. 

Chisholm Robert, cook, h 352 W North. 

Chislett Frederick V, vice-pres and treas 
Indpls Warehouse Co, h 581 N Illinois. 

Chislett Frederick W, supt Crown Hill 
Cemetery, h Crown Hill. 

Chisman James, carp, h 59 S Belmont ar 
(W I). 

Chisman Leander F, carp, h 64 S Belmont 
av (W I). 

Chitwood George R, phys 227 S East, h 

Chitwood Joseph D, painter, h 485 E Geor- 

Chitwood Maria J, notions 141 English av, 

h same. 
Chitwood Martha (wid Elisha), b e s 

Brightwood av 2 s Willow (B). 
Chitwood Wm M, furnished rooms lli^ E 

Washington. 
Chives Enos B, shoemkr 23 Clifford av, h 

Chives James A, shoemkr, r 234 Indiana av. 



Chomel Alexander Jr, foreman, h lOO W 
Georgia. 

Chomel Anselm (The Catholic Record), h 
100 W Georgia. 

Chomel Wm J, comp, b 100 W Georgia. 

Chowning Emmett, lab, b 264 Fayette. 

Chowning Frank, tmstr, r 302% N Missis- 
sippi. 

Chowning Louis, driver, b 264 Fayette. 



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Dharles Herdrjch 



Machinist 

329 Mass. Ave. 



Manufacturer Tools and 
Experimental Macimierf. 



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Chowning Matilda (wid Frank), h 264 Fay- 
ette. 

Christ, see also Crist. 

Christ Harry, lab, b 11 Astor. 

Christena George E, cabtmkr, h 424 E 
Ohio. 

Christena Harry, cabtmkr, b 324 Spring. 

Christena John, bench hd, h 324 Spring. 

Christena Wesley C, carp, h 32 King. 

Christena Wm H, cabtmkr, h 34 King. 

Christensen Frederick A, student, b 43 
Beaty. 

Christensen Gustave A Rev, pastor Danish 
Ev Lutheran Church, h 43 Beaty. 

Christensen Hans, h 82 Tremont av (H). 

Christerson Thomas W, brickmason, h 746 
N Mississippi. 

Christian Harry E, draughtsman, h 206 N 

Christian Jackson, saloon 21 Kentucky av, 



Christian John E, h 137 E Pratt. 

Christian Joseph C, barber 78 E Ohio, h 
E51 N Alabama. 

Christian Mary A, h 113 Dunlop. 

Christian Science Reading Rooms, 136 E 
New York. 

Christian Thomas J, lumber 71 Alvord, h 
78 W North. 

Christian Wm, bartender, b 23 Kentucky av. 

Christian Wilmer F, farmer, h 206 N Ala- 
bama. 

Christian WUmer F jr, student, b 206 N 
.\labama. 

Christian Woman's Boajd of Missions, 
Nancy J Burgess pres, Lois A White cor 
sec, Annie B Morrison rec sec, Mary J 
Judson treas, 160 N Delaware. 

CairlsUe, see also Christy. 

Clu-isLie Eva A, dressmkr, b 1103 N New 

Christie' Jolin L, switchman, b 30 Trow- 
bridge ,W). 

Christie John W, carp, h 1103 N New Jersey. 

Christie Joseph, brakeman, b 559 E Wash- 
ington. 

Christie Thomas E, condr, h 30 Trowbridge 
(W). 

Christie Thomas B jr, elk, b 30 Trowbridge 
(W). 

Christman Harvey N, trav agt, h U32 N 
Delaware. 

Christman Wm, porter, r rear 78 W North. 

Chrlstofferson Christian A. h 262 W Michi- 
gan- 
Christopher Wm F, cigar mnfr 85 Kansas, 

Christopher Wm, lather, b 261 Lincoln la. 

Christy, see also Christie. 

Christy Cora L, teacher P S No 24, b 367 

Blake. 
Chirsty Elizabeth, elk, b 136 S East. 
Christy Ella M, teacher P S No 24, b 151 

Yandes. 
Christy Israel, lab, h 195 Agnes. 
Christy Jacob, driver, h 106 Shepard (W I). 
Christy James, bench hd, h 456 S West. 
Christy Levi E, prop Indianapolis World, 

99 Yandes. 
Christy Rachel C (wid John), h 136 S Bast. 
Christy Samuel A, printer Indpls News, h 

257% Mass av. 
Christy Walter W, lab, h 12 Shriver av. 
Christy Wm F, polisher, b 136 S East. 
Christy Wm W, laundry rear 367 Blake, h 



40;2 E. WASHINGTON ST. z| 

Fire Insurance, Real Estate, Loans O | 

and Rental Agents. i 



Church Barbara B (wid Joseph), h 

Blake. 
Clmrch Charles F, lab, h s ( 

and 1 U Ry Co. 
Church Floyd H, teed 328 Mass av, b 274 N tO 



cor Big Four p 



Church George W, engr, h 30 Dillon. 
Church Harry, grakeman, h 28 Jefferson av. 
Church Henry, lab, h 27 Helen. 
Church Ida (wid Zenas K). h 39 Glllard av. 
Church James N (J D Church & Bro), h 470 

College av. 
Church John D (J D Church & Bro), h 972 

N Delaware. 
Church John R, condr. h 7 Tuxedo. 
Church Joseph A, miller, h 274 N Alabama. 
CHURCH J D & BRO (John D and 

James N), Proprs Ciipltal Roller 

Mills 345 E Washington; Tel 11«7. 
Church Richard H, painter, h 137 N Arsenal 

Church Sherman T, miller, b 274 N Ala- 1 

bama. i 

Church Wm M, miller, h 329 N East. 
Churchill Aaron A, dentist A P Herron, r I 

253 N Mississippi. 
ChurchUl Daniel J, feed 90 E South, h 321 1 

Union. ■ 

Churchill Frank G, engr, b 635 College av. 
Churchill Jennie L, artist 635 College av, h | 

same. 
Churchill John M, phys, h 321 Union. . 

Churchill John W, gas wells, h 635 College | 

av. 
Churchill Joshua, lab, h 71 Dearborn. 
Churchill Richard, lab, h 287 W North. ! 

Churchill Richard jr, lab, b 287 W North. 
Churchill Samuel C, gas wells, b 635 College 

Churchman Edward M, sec The MuUen- 

Blackledge Co, h Churchman pike 6 miles 

s e of city. 
Churchman Wm F, treas Indpls Sav and 

Investment Co, h 6 miles s e of city. 
Church Worker The, Rev George E Swan 

editor, 35 W Georgia. 






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Patterns and Models, 
Inventor's Assistants, 
Inventions Perlected. 

L.G.WINNMFG. CO., 

116, 118 and 120 
South Pennsylvania St. 

Write for information book 
and prices. 



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<UFACTUREE OF 



Galvanized Iron Cornices, 



inga and Sheet Metal Work of all kinds. 
106 AND 108 SOUTH Pennsylvania St. 

TELEPHONE 1118. 



Clener Isaac, liquors 167 W Washington, h 

215 W New York. 
Cinchell Rena (wld Philip), h 62 Oscar. 
CINCIlVJfATI, HAMILTOX & DAYTOX R 

R, H J Rlieiu Gen Agrt Passenger 

Dept, C U Adam City P and T Agrt, 

cor S Illinois and Kentucky av; Tel 

737. 
Cincinnati Steam Dye Works. Schoen Bros 

proprs, s e cor Circle and Market. 
CINCINXATI & IXDIANAPOLIS CIGAR 

CO. (Malilon I Scliooly, Gerrone AV 

Barns). :.>5:: Blake. 



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School, b 573 jX Penn. 
CIRCLB HOUSE, Herman Ackelow jr 

Propr, 15 and 19 N Meridian. 
CIRCLE PARJv IIOTRl,, Marie Rhod- 

ius Propr, 11 to 17 Circles Tel 1700. 
CIRCLE P.\RK HOTEL TONSORIAL 

PARLORS, George Fate Mngr, 15 

Circle. 
Clssel Osborne B, (ruit. b 139 Indiana av. 
Citizens' Odorless Co, John W Gilbert 

propr, 13 Baldwin Blk. 
CITIZENS' STREET RAILROAD CO 

THE, Auianstns L Mason Pres, AVm L 

Elder Vice-Pres, AVm. P Milliolland 

Sec and Treas, Thomas H McLean 

Gen Mnsr, 13 Fair Blk; Tel 854. 
City Attorney's Office, 20 Court House. 
CITY BOARD OP HEALTH AXD CH.4^R- 

ITIES, lO Court House; Tel 53S. 
CITY BOARD OP PUBLIC SAFETY, 2 

Court House; Tel 1390. 
City Building Inspector's Oflice, 2 Court 

House; tel 1390. 
CITY CIVIL ENGINEER'S OFFICE, 13 

Court House; Tel 53S. 



IRVIN ROBBINS & CO., 

Carriages • and • Hearses, 

Built, Repaired or Repainted 

■WITH EXTBA CAKE AT 



32 E. GEORGIA ST. 



Phone 931. 



House; 



OFFICE, 



CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, 

Tel 54S. 
CITY' COMPTROLLER'S 

Court House; Tel 1619. 

City Council Chamber, basement Court 

CITY' DIRECTORY' OFFICE, R L Folic 
& Co Publishers, Rooms 23 and 24 
Journal Bldg, Directories of all the 
Principal Cities on File for Refer- 
ence. (See adv back fly leaf.) 

CITY DISPENS.YRY, Edward D Moffett 
Supt, 33 and 34 E Ohio; Tel 470. 

CITY HOSPITAL, n w cor Locke and 
Margraret. 

CITY ICE CO, E J Armstrong Pres, 
Arthur Jordan Vice-Pres, A S Ben- 
son Sec and Treas, A Caylor Supt, 
Lake and Artificial Ice Dealers, 
AVholesale and Retail 223 W Wal- 
nut; Tel 1098. 

CITY BLVYOR'S OFFICE, 7 Court 
House: Tel 874. 

City Police Court, 21 Court House. 

City Police Headquarters, station house, 
cor Alabama and Pearl. 

City Public Schools Office, s w cor Me- 
ridian and Ohio. 

City Street Commissioner's Office, 5 Court 
House. 

City Treasurer's Office, 23 Court House. 

Claffey Charles C W, blksmith, b 424 E 
Michigan. 

Claffey Christian C, city fireman, h 152 
Pleasant. 

Claffey Conrad, h 91 English av. 

Claffey Edward, ironworker, b 424 E Mich- 
igan. 

Claffey Edward L, mach, h 128 Gilliard av. 

Claffey Frederick, carp, h 424 E Michigan. 

Claffey George C, glasscutter Daniel Stew- 
art, h 1102 E Michigan. 

Claffey Henry C, lab, h 339 S East. 

Claffey Lewis P, elk, h 433 S State av. 

Claffey Wm, blksmith, h 79 S Linden. 

Claffey Wm F, packer, b 91 English av. 

Claggett T West draughtsman Chajidler 
& Taylor Co. r 390 N Delaware. 

Claiborne, see also Claybcume. 

Claiborne Leonard A, trav agt, h 524 N 
West. 

Claibourne Marj- J. dressmkr, h 31 Ross Blk 

riaine Julia (wid Henrj-), h 35 W Garden. 

Clair Isaac J. brickmason, h s w cor Shel- 
don and Davldge. 

Claman Isaac, lab, b 260 Chestnut. 

Claman Wm R, trav agt, h 5% Indiana av. 

Clampitt Charles F, elk. h n s Willow, 5 e 
of Gale (B). 

Clancy Ella (wid Wm), h 53 Lexington av. 

Clancy James, buyer N Y Store, h 109 N 
New Jersey. 

Clancy James, lab, h 102 Linden. 

Clancy John D, lab, h 11 Tecumseh. 

Clancy John J, pressman, b 102 Linden. 

Clancy Leslie, elk The Burris-Herzsch Co, 
b 53 Lexington av. 

•"■lancy Thomas, carp, h 48 N State av. 

riapD Alonzo B, elk, b 398 S Bast. 

(^lapp Charles S. gluer, h 318 Mass av. 

Clapp Herbert E, watchman, b 28 Yandes. 

Clapp Jennie B (wid Thomas H), h 531 N 
Delaware. 

Clapp Roger O, bkkpr, b 531 N Delaware. 

Clapp Thomas C. trav agt. h 398 S East. 

Clapp Wm H. bkkpr Richardson & Mc- 
Crea, h 531 N Delaware. 



G. ZIMMERMAN & SONS 



SLATE AND GRAVEL ROOFERS, 

39 South Alabama Street. 



DRIVEN WELLS 



Aad Second Water Wells and Pumps 
of all kinds at 

Charles krauss*. 

42S.PENN.ST. TELEPHONE 46S. 



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Clapper Wm, lab, b 166 Jefferson av. 
Clapper Wm H, hostler, b Trowbridge (W^. 
Claprodt Henry A, foreman, h Auburn av 

(W). 
Clark Alexander C (Clark & Culver), h 

147 Sheimeld av (H). 
Clark Alexander N, h 239 N Tennessee. 
Clark Alfred, h 202 N West. 
Clark Alice, dressmkr 87 N New Jersey, h 

same. 
Clark Alice M (wid Chai-les L), dressmkr 

47 Peru av, h same. 
Clark Alonzo B, bkkpr, h 1483 N Illinois. 
Clark Alonza B, engr. h 52 Buchanan. 
Clark Alvin, trav agt, h 220 W 6th. 
Clark Andrew J, phys 349 N New Jersey, h 

Clark Anna, teacher Home for Colored 

Friendless Children, h 12th and Missis- 
sippi. 

Clark Ansel C, lab, b n s Park 1 n 
Wheeler (B). 

Clark Benjamin, engr, h 6 Eckert. 

Clark Benjamin A, engr, h w s Sta.tion 1 
n Brinkman (B). 

Ciark Benjamin F, engx. h 118 Blackford. 

Clark Benjamin T, weigher, h 5 Jefferson. 

Clark Bradley, h 45 Russell av. 

Clark Burt, brakeman, b 7 N State av. 

Clark Carrie, h rear 273 S West. 

Clark Catharine, dressmkr 9 Cottage av, h 
same (W I). 

Clark Catherine (wid Michael), h 160 
Fletcher av. 

Clark Catherine M (wid James), h 181 W 
Vermont. 

Clark Charles, elk, b 295 N California. 

Clark Charles A, plastr, h 439 E Wash- 
ington. 

Clark Charles E, foreman, h 71 Nordyke 
av (W I). 

Clark Charles F, condr, h 375 Fletcher av. 

Clark Charles J, elk, h 23 Church. 

Clark Charles L, elk, b 132 N Temiessee. 

Clark Charles S, elk, b 67 Fayette. 

Clark Charles W, mach. h 66 S West. 

Clark Chauncey H (Stockton, Gillespie & 
Co), h 239 N Tennessee. 

Clark Clarence, teacher, b 202 N West. 

Clark Cyrus J (Clark, Helm & Co), h 30 
N Williams (W I). 

Clark David H, carp, b 291 Miller (W I). 

Clark Edward, barber 347 Madison av, h 45 
Nebraska 

Clark Edward F, candymkr, b 9 Cottage 
av (W I). 

Clark Edward J. mach, b 524 Jefferson av. 

Clark Edward S, photog, r 82Vi E Wash- 
ington. 

Clark Edward W, reporter, b 135 N Illi- 

Clark' Elizabeth (wid Charles), h 676V2 N 

Mississippi. 
Clark Elizabeth (wid Solomon), b 719 N lUi- 

Clark' Elizabeth (wid Timothy) J), h 105 
Bates. 

Clark Ellen (wid Wm), h 7 Mill. 

Clark Elliott D, saloon, 274 W Washing- 
ton, h same. 

Clark Ellsworth E, elk, h 940 N Alabama. 

Clark Elmer A, lab, b n s Park 1 e 
Wbeeler (B). 

Clark Emma, b 220 Bellefontaine. 

Clark Emma L, dry goods, 46 Clifford av. 



C.EKFegelo&Whitsett, '_ 
UNDERTAKERS ^ 



123-125 N. DELAWARE. 
PHONE 564. 

Besldence C. T. Whitsett, Denison House 
Private Phone 570. 



Clark Frank, b 28 Leonard. 

Clark Frank, electrician, b 118 Blackford. 

Clark Frank foreman, h U Edward (W I). 

Clark Frank J, helper, h 227 Orange. 

Clark Frank M, engr, 2 27Vi Virginia av. 

Clark Frank S, engr, h 377 Fletcher av. 

Clark Frank W, fireman, h 28 Seville av. 

Clark Frank W, lab, h 468 Union. 

Clark Franklin B, bkkpr, h 603 Broadway. 

Clark Frederick A, druggist, b 856 N 
Meridian. 

Clark Friday, painter, b 33 N Bast. 

Clark George, lab, b 501 E 11th. 

Clark George, lab, h 37 Catling. 

Clark George A, elk, b 220 E Louisiana. 

Clark George M D, blksmith, h 1372 N 
Mississippi. 

Clark George R, cook, b 415 E Washing- 
ton. 

Clark George W, engr. h n s Brinkman 
(B). 

Clark Harry, elk Board of Trade, b 131 N 
Alabama. 

Cnark Harry F, elk, h 229 Cobum. 

Clark, Helm & Co (Cyrus J Clark, Robert 
F Helm, Rue A Bebout), Live Stock 
Com Union Stock Yards (W I). 

Clark Henry, lab, b 26 S West. 

Clark Henry H. carp, h 136 Martindale av. 

Clark Henry H, mngr Lyman H Gage, h 
124 Greenwood. 

Clark Henry T, trav agt, h 8 Shriver. 

Clark Henry W, engr, h 66 S West. 

Clark Hiram, painter, b 402 B Market. 

Clark Horace A, barber, h 512 Virginia av. 

Clark Hugh, woodwkr, h 243 N West. 

Clark Ira G, elk C H & I Ry, b 72 E Ver- 
mont. 

Clark Isaac, janitor P S No 26, h same. 

Clark Isaac G, horseman, h 30 Greenwood. 

Clark Isaac M, mach, h w s Caldwell, 2d 
s Elizabeth. 

Clark James, carriage painter, b 402 E 

Market. 
Clark James, waiter, b 240 W Michigan. 



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MANUFACTURING 

O pticia n 

ILEUSES AND FRAMES A SPECLALTT. 

No. 13 North Meridian St., Indianapolis. 



SAMUEL LAING 

72-74 East Court Street. TEL. 1428 



Galvanized Iron Cornice^ 
Skylights and Furnaces. 



WARWICK H. RIPLEY 



21 THORPE BLOCK, 

EAST OF POST-OFFICE. 

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Clark James F, polisher, b 312 S West. 
Clark James H Miller, h 21 Buchanan. 
,^^_. Clark James H, photog, 66 E Washinrton, 
^^S h U19 N Penn. 

£^^ Clark James H, umbrellas 11 Indiana av, h 
^^ ^ same. 

^ Clark James W, carp, h 87 N New Jersey. 
Clark John, carp, h E Addison (N 1). 
^^" Clark John, lab, h 28 Leonard. 
"'^ Clark John, lab, h' 291 B Miami. 
CG Clark John, lab, b 18 Mill. 

S Clark John, molder, h 24 Germania av (H). 
Clark John, painter, b 33 N East. 
. Clark John C. carp, h 17 Waverly (B). 

^^ Clark John C, elk. r 1102 N Alabama. 
CIS Clark John D, driver, h 624 W Vermont. 

S Clark John E, car rep, b 17 Waverly (B). 
Clark John F, page Superior Court Room 1, 

Sb 105 Bates. 
Clark John T (Clark & Lancaster), h 67 
_^^ Fayette. 

l^i Clark John W (Roach & Clark), h 779 N 
I^^i New Jersey. 

Clark John W, driver, h 213 E Wabash. 
^^ Clark John W, lab, b 332 Martindale av. 
Clark Joseph, mach, b 450 Mass av 



Clark Joshua J, elk H P Wasson & Co, h 

162 Fayette. _ „ „ 

Clark Julia A (wid Ambrose, b 574 College 



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Clark J Duncan, elk. b 124 Broadway. 
Clark Kate C, librarian library of the 

Indpls Bar Assn, b 105 Bates. 
Clark Laura, h 242 W Maryland. 
Clark Levi, elk, h 240 N Mississippi. 
Clark Levi, fish, h 260 Douglass. 
Clark Levi, grain, h 229 Cobum. 
Clark Levi, mach hd, b 52 S Belmont av 

(W T). 
Clark Louis A, carp, b 291 Miller (W I). 
Clark Louisa (wid Wm), h 146 Patterson. 
Clark Louisa, tailoress, h 79 Fort Wayne 

Clark Lucy J, h rear 355 S Missouri. 



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^_ FRANK M. DELL, 

^/^ Coal, Lime and Cement, 

. Plaster, Lath, Hair, 
%^ , '** Sewer Pipe, 
^f Fire Brick and Clay. 

B 378 to 400 E. WASH. ST. Tel. 1310. 



Clark Lutfier R, oysters 77 N Illinois, h 

220 Blake. 
Clark Mamie C (wid Frank L), h 411 B 

Washington. 
Clark Margaret A, stenog Arthur V Brown, 

b 105 Bates. 
Clark Margaret E (wid Reuben O), b 479 N 

Illinois. 
Clark Michael, lab, h 312 S West. 
Clark Miles, mach, h s w cor Caldwell and 

Elizabeth. 
Clark Millard C, lab. h 182 Bismark (H). 
Clark Millie (wid Charles), h 130 Geisen- 

dorff. 
Clark MoUie (wid Austin), b 395 S Missouri. 
Clark Nannie A, dressmkr 165 N Illinois, h 

same. 
Clark Nelson, huckster, h 50 Bradshaw. 
Clark Noah A, engr, h 423 B St Clair. 
Clark Oliver, chainmkr, b 183 Blake. 
Clark Orian W, driver, h 339 Indiana av. 
Clark Oscar B, cabtmkr, h s s Pendleton 

av, 3 w of Rural. 
Clark Otis, attendant Insane Hospital. 
Clark Perry, b 603 Broadway. 
Clark Ralph, lab, h 243 N West. 
Clark Richard, lab, h 152 Gresham. 
Clark Richard, plfestr, h 104 Blackford. 
Clark Robert, Ins, h 507 Central av. 
Clark Robert M, mach, h w s Jackson, 2 w 

of Bruce. 
Clark Ruth A, confr 439 E Washington, h 

Clark Samuel D, lab, h 425 B St Clair. 
Clark Sarah, b 268 E St Clair. 
Clark Sarah, boarding, 184 E Vermont. 
Clark Sarah B, boarding, 136 Martindale av. 
Clark Sarah H (wid Benjamin F), h 600 

Ash. 
Clark Stephen A, carriage trimmer, b 215 

N New Jersey. 
Clark Thomas F, flagman, h 224 S West. 
Clark Thomas H, lab, h n s Park, 1 e of 

Wheeler (B). 
Clark Thomas J, sawmkr, h 105 Fayette. 
Clark Thomas W, plastr, h 46 Michigan av. 
Clark Wallace H, foreman, h 688 E Market. 
Clark Walter E, blksraith, h w s Poplar 

(B). 



printer 182 E Louisiana, h 135 N Illinois. 

Cark Wra F Jr andiana Phalanx), b 135 N 
Illinois. 

Clark Wm F, saloon 531 Virginia av. h 286 
Fletcher av. 

Clark Wm G. miller, h 233 B New Tork. 

Clark Wm H, phys 27% Circle, h same. 

Clark Wm J, lab, h 1191 W Morris (W I). 

Clark Wm L, engr, h 106 S Linden. 

Clark Wm M, fish, h 384 Blake. 

Clark Wm R, lab, h 124 Yandes. 

Clark Wm T, painter, h 21 Ingram. 

Clark Wilson, com, h 184 E Vermont. 

Clark & Culver (Alexander C Clark, Elihu 
Culver), real est, 118 Michigan (H). 

Clark & Lancaster (John T Clark, Robert 
H Lancaster), horseshoers, 116 W Mary- 
land. 

Clarke Charles B, mngr, h Central av (I). 

Clarke Charlotte (wid John T), h 2 Grand 

Clarke Frank, fireman, b 28 Temple av. 
Clarke George H Rev, h 330 W 1st. 
Clarke Harry R, painter, h 41 Smith. 
Clarke Henry P, phys 895 N Delaware, h 



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Clarke James B, fireman, h 462 S Illinois. 
Clarke John, drayman, b 37 Galling. 
Clarke John E (Clarke & Son), b 160 Fletch- 

Clarke Joseph, lab, b 3 Young. 
Clarke Lon E, engr, h 162 Buchanan. 
Clarke Maria G (wld James B), h 181 W 

Vermont. 
Clarke Mary A (wid Alfred D), h 121 N Mis- 



Clarke Sadie M, stenog, b 121 N Mississippi. 

Clarke Thomas J (Clarke & Son), b 160 
Fletcher av. 

Clark Vernon, lab, h 7 Coble. 

Clarke Wm, lab, h 245 Spruce. 

Clarke Wm B, phys 9% N Illinois, h 188 
Blackford. 

Clarke Wm G, private sec Thomas H Mc- 
Liean, b The Denison. 

CLARKE} & SONS (Tbomas J and 
Jolin E), Plumbers, Steam and Gas- 
fitters :!5 S I'.un: Tel 1401. 



Clary Ara, druggist, b 171 Fletcher av. 
Clary David F, merchant police, h 608 S 

East. 
Clary Edward, mach, b 234 N MisslsslppL 
Clary Jasper N, merchant police, h 65 II 

McCarty. 
Clary Oliver E, messngr, b 171 Fletcher av. 
Clary Patrick, lab, h 523 N West. 
Clary Worthington J, h 171 Fletcher av. 
Class, se also Klass. 
Class ChrisUan, tinner, h 17 Keith. 
Class Michael, tinner, h 46 Newman. 
Classlck James, lab, h 145 Harlan. 
Classlck James, jr, lab, b 145 Harlan. 
Classlck Joseph B, lawyer, b 145 Harlan. 
Claton, see Clayton. 
Claudius Brother, procurator St Joseph's 

Institute, h s w cor Cobum and Short. 
Claus Albert electrician, b 82 Michigan av. 
Olaus John R, electrician, h 82 Michigan av. 
Clavelin Victor, gardener, h e s S Meridian 

4 s of Raymond. 
Clawson, see also Closson. 
Clawson Edwin M, elk W H Messenger, h 

206 Blackford. 
Clawson Hannah M (wid Andrew J), h 237 

N Mississippi. 
Clawson James B, printer, b 237 N Missis- 
sippi. 
Clawson John B, elk, b 252 N Mississippi. 
Clawson John W tmstr, h 308 Lambert (W 

I). 
Clawson Thomas A, condr. h 5 Coble. 
Clay Albert, lab, h rear 636 Home av. 
Clay Andrew J, grocer, 549 Shelby, h same. 
Clay Charlotte (wid John H), h 647 R 

Seventh. 
Clay Edward C, elk, b 549 Shelbv. 
Clay Eliza (wid Coleman), h 333 Superior. 
Clay Henry, lab, h 742 N West. 
Clay Henry porter, h 297 Bright. 
Clay Henry Wm, janitor, h 329 W North. 
Clay Hillary, ins agt, b Circle House. 
Clay Ira, porter, h rear 33 Center. 
Clay Marlah B (wid Henry), b 45 Brett. 
Clay Richard, lab, h 234 B Wabash. 
Clay Shingle Co, John R Elder Pres, .John 

E Donaldson Vlce-Pres, Edward C Elder 

Sec; 1 Ingalls blk. 
Clay Solomon, waiter, r 293 Indiana av. 
Clay Wra O, carp, h 75 Wright. 



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CliAY WORKER THE, T A Randall & 
Co Proprs, 5 Monnment PI formerly 
Circle. 

Claybaugh Nathaniel, brakeman, r 190V4 S 

Illinois. 
Clayboume, see also Claiborne. 
Clayboume Collin W, h 948 N New Jersey. 
Clayboume Wm F, b 948 N New Jersey. 
Claybrook George W Rev, h 36 Torbet. 
Claybrook Moses, lab, h w s Calvin 2 s of 

Belt Ry. 
Claypool Anna L. (wid Benjamin F), h 24 

Home av. 
Claypool Edward P, office Room 2, 88 N 

Penn, h 182 N Meridian. 
Claypool Jefferson H, lawyer, h 712 N Del- 
aware. 
Claypool John W (Claypool & Claypool), h 

1088 N Illinois. 
Claypool Solomon (Claypool & Claypool), h 

1088 N Illinois; tel 217. 
CLAYPOOL & CLAYPOOL (Solomon 

and Jolin 'W), Lavryers 1 and 2 

Blackford Blk; Tel 780. 
Clayton Amos, carpet cleaner, b 77 Oak. 
Clayton Anna E (wid John W), h 127 N 

Bast. 
Clayton Archibald N, lab, b Union Stock 

Yards (W I). 
Clayton Charles J, carp, h 105 Bradshaw. 
Clayton Frank, lab, h 38 Eddy. 
Clayton Henry, coachman, h 77 Oak. 
Clayton Hiram, cook, r 77 Oak. 
Clayton John F, baggagemaster, h 31 Sul- 
livan. S ■ 
Clayton Joseph S, elk, h 164 Brookside av. V 
Clayton Leonldas W, trav agt Indpls Stove 

Co, h 275 Broadway. , 

Clayton Nettie (wid George), b 206 Patter- 

ciayton Thomas H, saloon 584 W Wash- • 

ington. h 586 same. 
Clayton Wm W, trav agt Indpls Stove Co, 

h 424 Central av. 
Clear John T, lab, b 192 W Merrill. 
Clear Wm, lab, b 192 W Merrill. 



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Cleaiwatei Harry S. gateman Union 

ti. 1 . linr N Delaware. 
Clearwater Hiram R, h 173 Pleasant 
Cleaiy, see also Clary. 
Cleary Andrew F, lab, h 254 Douglju-s 
Cleary Benedict, Janltc 



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hurch, b 300 Cobum 
Clearj' .John W, electrical engr, h 232 Hu- 

Cleary Wm F, elk r m s. b 232 Huron. 

Cleaveland, see also Cleveland. 

Cleaveland Calvin C (Cleaveland Sign Co), 
h 445 S Delaware. 

Cleaveland Charles, molder, h w s Sher- 
man's Drive 1 n of Big Four Ry. 

Cleaveland Charles F, rupture cure, h 453 
N Mississippi. 

CLEAVELAND FENCE CO, Henry G 
Byram Pres, Norman S Byrani Sec 
and Treas, George C Wright Snpt, 
Factory 18 to 22 Blddle, Office 21 
Bldille; Tel 328. 

Cleaveland John B, rangr Wire Fence Sup- 
ply Co. h 3U E St Clair. 

Cleaveland Sign Co (Calvin C Cleaveland), 
15V> S Meridian. 

Cleaver Charles E, brickmason, b 109 High- 
Cleaver Jefferson, bricklayer, h 371 E Ohio. 

Cleaver Mary E (wid JohnW), b 109 High- 
land PI. 

Clenver Wm T, trav agt, h 109 Highland 
PI. 

Cleckner Eliza T (wid Simon S). b 260 S 
Tennis see. 

Clee Frank, barber, h 27 Camp. 

Cleet Joseph F. mach hd, h Auburn av (W). 

Cleet Solomon, lab, h English av (W). 

Clegg John, meat inspt, h 217 Fayette. 

Clegg John M, h 170 Kenwood av. 

Clegg Owen, cooper, h 1680 Kenwood av. 

Clegg Wm H, cooper, b 1702 Kenwood av. 



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MflTUR/lL QflS FITTERS. 

5 VANCE BLOCK, WASH. ST. SIDE. 

Natural Gas Supplies. Special facilities for doiDH supe- 
rior worii. Wrought Iron and Lead Pipe, Sinks, Hose and 
Eeels, Street Sprinklers, Etc. A TKIAL SOLICITED— 
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Cleland John E (Cathcart, Cleland & Co). 
h 32 W St Clair. 

Clem Aaron, farmer, h e s Scofleld 1 n 
Shade (B). 

Clem Edwin, pres The Triumph Mnfg Co. 
b 124 B Ohio. 

Clemens Catherine (wid John), b 208 Blake. 

Clemens May E, clairvoyant, h 144 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Clemens Wm F, mach, h 149 S Noble. 

Clement John, cariJ. h 10 Harri«oii. 

Clement Sai-ah (wid Ijuthcrj, l.> SW X Jlis- 
sissippi. 

Ciements Charles, driver, h 126 Bright. 

Clements Charles M, lab, b 452 N West. 

Clements Cyrus, lab, b 602 N West. 

Clements Edward, b 126 Bright. 

Clements Eliza E (wid Wm A), h 126 Bright. 

Clements George, carp, h 494 Madison av. 

Clements Harry B, decorator, h 351 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Clements James, mach, h 412 N Pine. 

Clements James J, condr, h 1660 Graceland 
av. 

Clements John B, condr, h 6 Peck. 

Clements John S, fireman, h 177 English av. 

Clements Joseph N, gearmkr, r 20% N Del- 
aware. 

Clements Leo, b 417 N CaJifomia. 

Clements Michael, carp, h 131 High. 

Clements Peter, carp, h 679 Madison av. 

Clements Robert, carp, b 452 N West 

Clements Silas, lab, h 602 N West. 

Clements Silas H, farmer, h e s Baltimore- 
av 2 s Howland av. 

Clemmer Ferd O, phys 24 E Ohio, h 525 N 
Delaware. 

Clemmons George W, yardmaster, h 1024 N 
Mississippi. 

Clemmons Wm W, elk, b 1024 N Mississippi. 

Clemons Eliza (wid George W), b 297 Belle- 
fontaine- 

Clendening Frank H, lab, h 25 Roanoke. 

Ciendening James, driver, b 78 Columbus. 

Clendening Thomas, carp, h 168Vz E Wash- 
ington. 

Clerk City Court, 17 Court House. 

Clerk Supreme Court, 17 State House. 

Clette James, lab, h 296 W Washington. 

CLEVELAND, CINCINNATI, CHICAGO & 
ST LOUIS RY (BIG FOUR ROUTE). 
H M Bronson Asst Gen Pass Agt, D C 
Drake City Pass Agt, Henry Fraser 
Asst Gen Frt Agt, B C Kelsey Tkt 
Agt, W S Jordan Trav Pass Agt, 1 E 
VVasliingtou, Tel S74, S M Hiee TUt 
Agt; B6 Jackson PI, Tel 388. 

Clevenger Hattie H, music teacher, b 460 N 
New Jersey. 

Clevenger Oscar F, trav agt Adamant Wail 
Plaster Co, h 206 S Pine. 

Clever Jefferson, mason, h 371 E Ohio. 

Click John, hostler, h 617 Madison av. 

Clifford Amos, h 374 N West. 

Clifford Bernard, lab, b 230 W Maryland. 

Clifford Eddie H, elk, b 270 N West. 

Clifford Edward Rev, Asst Pastor Fourtl; 
Christian Church, h Layman av (I). 

Clifford Harry C, merchant police, h 101 
Dougherty. 

Clifford John, brakeman, h w s Gale 1 n of 
Brinkman (B). 

Clifford John, sawgrinder, h 349Vi S Me- 

Clifford' Michael L, elk, b 44 Lord. 
Clifford Patrick, car rep, h 144 Dorman. 
ClifEord Perry H, trav agt, b 374 N West. 

Clifford Vincent G (Clifford & Bi-owder), r 
347 N Illinois. 



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Clifford Wm, carp, h 493 N Mississippi. ! 

Clifford Wm H, mach. h 2 Range. 
Clifford Wm L, blckpr, h 489 N Mississippi. 
CLIFFOUD & BROWDER (Vincent G 
Clifford, AVilbar F Browder), Law- 
yers 7a 1-3 E AVasIilug'ton; Tel 1314. 
Clitt Alexander H, engr. h W Wells (N I). 
CUft Francis M, cabt mkr, h W Wells (N 

O- I 

Clitt Mahala J (wld Lorenzo), h 132 Yandes. 
Clift Wm A, lab, b W Wells (N I). 
Cim Wm N, elk, b 185 W South. 
Clilton Arthur, lab, b 16 Wright. 
Clifton Benjamin, grocer 355 Indiana av, h 

same. 
Clifton Charles F, carp, h 495 S New Jer- 
sey. 
Clifton George E, driver, b 355 Indiana av. 
Clifton Jacob W, printer, h 139 Walcott 
Clifton John G, produce 67 E Mkt House. 
Clifton Nelson H, lab, h 16 Wright. 
Cllne, see also Klein and Kline. 
Cllne Albert, elk, b 173 Ash. 
Cline Albert, molder, b 51 Agnes. 
Cline Benjamin F (Wm Cllne & Son), h 

305 Ramsey av. 
Cline David, real est, h 1001 E Washington. 
Cline Edward S, lab, h 43 Brett 
Cline Franklin, real est, h 229 Ramsey av. 
Cline Israel B, elk, h 109 Oliver av (W I). 
Cline Jacob W, engr, h 340 Fulton. 
Cllne James H, painter, b 232 S Missouri. 
Cline James M, lab, h 137 Harlan. 
Cline James W, switchman, h 35 Valley. 
Cline John C, collr, h 17 Morgan CW" I ). 
CLINE LEWIS C. Physician (Limited 
to Throat, Nose and Ear), 42 E Ohio, 
h 862 N Meridian. 
Cline Margaret J (wld David), h 72 Bu- 
chanan. 
Cline Martin L, elk, b E Udell (N I). 
Cline Mary A (wld Isaac H), h 232 S Mis- 

sourL 
Cline Morton, lab, h 61 Pleasant av. 
Cline Wm (Wm Cline & Son), h 173 Ash. 



CUne Wm & Son, (Wm and Benjamin F), 

real est, 19 Insurance blk. 
Cllnes Abraham, real est, b 51 Hosbrook. 
Cllnes Edward H, drayman, h 51 Hosbrook. 
Cllnes Henry, lab, h 140 Martlndale av. 
Cllnes Walter, plaster, b 140 Martlndale av. 
Clingan Adrian H, confr, 1213 W Morris (W 

D. h same. 
Cllngler Albert G, confr, 156 Indiana av, h 

dingier Elmer E, policeman, h 104 Shelby. 

Cllngler Henry S, lab, h 180 Elizabeth. 

Clingler Mary E (wid Elijah), h 104 Shelby. 

Clingler Pleasant, engr, h 20 N. West. 

CUngman, see also Kllngman. 

Cllngman Dora (wid Sandy), b 31 Cincinnati. 

Cllngman Jane, h 16 Willard. 

Cllngman John A, lab, h 120 E McCarty. 

Cllngman Julius, lab, h 2 Glmble. 

Clinton Belle, bkkpr, b 161 Mass av. 

Clinton Emma L bkkpr, h 503 N West. 

Clinton George B, elk, h 111 Andrews. 

Clinton John B, mailing elk P O, h 2S7 H 
South. 

Clinton John R, elk, h 243 E South. 

Clinton Nellie (wld James), h 514 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Clinton Wharton R, elk, b 503 N West. 

Cllpplnger Wm H, elk The H IJeber Co, 
h 75 Fletcher av. 



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CloaJi Albert, baggageman, h 1 Jefferson. 
Clodfelter Henry W, carp, r 15% E Wash- |— I _, 

ington. JJU** 

Clodfelter Noah J, gen mngr Globe Accident ^ 

Ins Co, h Crawfordsville, Ind. ^^i^ 

Cloe Freeman M, tmstr, h 75 Rockwood. ^ ^ 
Closser Louise (wld Joseph), h 409 N Dela- ^—n^ 

ware. S^"^ 

Closson, see also Clawson. ■ 

Closson Charles P, h 204 N Illinois. ^.^ , 

Cloud Albert D, carp, h 40 B S & B av (W 

D. /^*i 

Cloud Caleb T, confr, h 245 Fletcher av. *- ^ 
Cloud Dudley T, carp, h 158 Prospect. — -. ^ 

Cloud Edward, lab, h s w cor W Morris g* J -^ 

and Kappas (W I). oZ>-i 

Cloud Frank, photog, r 141 W New York. g.2. pO 
Cloud Henry, b 66 Morton. S'=i>. 

Cloud Henry F, lab, h s s Bryan av 2 e of "^ o- "-L 

Shelby. JcQ 

Cloud Jeremiah M. carp, h 22 Oxford. 2 r' "H 

Cloud Jonathan, carp, h40BS&Bavn'^O 

(W 1). S'g 5rt 

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Cloud Laura 

(W I). 

Cloud Luther L, carp, h 156 Osage. * a h>. 

Cloud Margaret L (wid Lawson), nurse, b ."^ JlL 

18 Cornell av. " -^ 

Cloud Olive A (wid Burton S), h 27 S Pine. .■< ^ 

Cloud Oliver, condr, r 175 S Illinois. a . . 

Cloud Robert T S, h 62 W 12th, tta-W 

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Clcud Sylvester, miller, h 13 Fayette. 
C.oud Theodore C, h 245 Fletcher av. 
Cloud Wm H, pahiter, h 24 Oxford. 
Clouds George Ccaller Union Station, h jM 
Brookside av. 



Clough Cornelia, stenogr, b_ 71 Talbot av. 
Clough John L, Sec The 
h 236 Clifford av. 



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Clough Lidie M, b 71 Talbott av. 
Clough Susan N (wid Wm), h 71 Talbott av. 
Clough Wm O, b 149 N Penn. 
Cluckner Martha (wid John), h 13 N Cali- 
fornia. 
Clune James, lab, r 189% E Washington. 



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W(u xxo «v *vutsuiuc^iuu. The Great 
Exchanere 84 e: Washington, Bargain 
rf Store 7a W Washington, h lOaa N 
.^ meridian; Tel ia06. 

) 2 Clune John, saloon 143 W Washington, h 
' same. 

-_ Clune Joseph, lab, r 1S9V2 E Washington. 
CO Clune Michael, furniture mnfr, 700 S Me- 
(0 ridian, h 619 N Penn. 

M Clune Patrick, second hand goods, 189 E 
*"^ Washington, h same. 

Clune Wm J, bkkpr, b 619 N Penn. 
• Clymer Henry F, elk. h 192 Beville av. 
Clymer John, plastr, h s e cor Beville av 8 

E of Ohio. 
Clymer Joseph B, student, h 2941/2 Mass av. 
Coakley Daniel, fireman, b 7 N State av. 
Coan, see Coen and Cohen. 
Coates Charles, elk, b 65 N Alabama, 
Coates Lee C, waiter, h 27 Fayette. 
Coates Wm, waiter Jacob Crone, r 74 N 

Delaware. 
Cobb Amos, coachman 823 College av. 
Cobb Arthur W, elk, h E Eugene (N I). 
Cobb Campbell H, bkkpr C F Sayles, b 312 

College av. 
Cobb David, hostler 1133 N Delaware. 
Cobb Edward, helper, b 196 Bates. 
Cobb George O, bkkpr Polar Ice Co, h 527 
I E Ohio. 
I Cobb Henry, mach hd, h w s Rural 2 n of 
^^" Belt R R. 

^\ Cobb John M. elk P H Krauss, h 1148 N 
^^J Alabama- 
^" Cobb Julia B (wid Edward A), h 312 Col- 

^^J Cobb Samuel H, h 22 Lockerbie. 
^^. Ccbb Samuel H jr, elk, b 22 Lockerbie. 
^^^ Cobb Thomas, lab, h 4 Coe. 
^I Cobb Wm F, carp. Insane Hospital. 

^J Coble Cora, dressmkr 900 W Morris (W I), 
/ mt b same. „ ^, ^ 

\^ / Coble George jr, grocer cor Pendleton av 
and Poplar (B), h same. 



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Coble Henry, lab, h 11 Minerva. 

Coble John, carp, h 183 Pleasant 

Coble Laura A, bkkpr, b 383 W New York. 

Coble Margaret (wid David), b 198 Bright. 

Coble Mary (wid Daniel), h 115 Hosbrook. 

Coble Mary (wid George)., boarding house, 

160 S Delaware. 
Coble Mary A (wid George), h 383 W New 

York. 
Coble Mary A (wid Peter), h 11 Minerva. 
Coble Preston, h 900 W Morris (W I). 
Coble Wm H, contr 109 Orange, h same. 
Coble Wm O, porter, b 191 Fletcher av. 
Cobler Jesse, foreman, r 226i^ E Washing- 

Cobler Laurence, fireman, b 86 S Noble. 
Cobler Marshall F, condr. b 86 S Noble. 
Cobler Milton V, car rep, h 86 S Noble. 
Cobler Ora, elk George J Marott, r 86 S 

Delaware. 
Cobler Sherman C, condr, b 86 S Noble. 
COnURlV AUGTJSTrS, Mngr Michigan 

Lumber Co, h 887 N Penn. 
Cobum Frederick E, fireman, h 244 Huron. 
Cobum George E (Holmes & Co), b 264 

Talbott av. 
COBURIV HENRY, Vice-Pres Consuiu- 

ers' Gas Trust Co, Lumber Yard and 

Planing Mill cor Kentucky av and 

Georgia; Tel 612; h lai E New York. 
Coburn Henry, elk, b 143 N Alabama. 
Cobum James F, h 935 W Morris (W I). 
Coburn John, lawyer 60 E Market, h 40 

Hendricks. 
Coburn Walter P. lab, b 935 W Morris 

(W D. 
Coburn Willard (Coburn & Weelburg), h 

874 N Delaware. 
Coburn Wm H. elk, b 121 E New York. 
Coburn & Weelburg (Willard H Coburn, 

George F Weelburg), live stock. Union 

Stock Yards (W I). 
Cocanaugher Joseph, lab, h e s Auburn av 

6 s of Belt Ry. 
Cocherl Dora J (wid Wm), h 286 W Sixth. 
Cochran, see also Corcoran. 
Cochran Alice (wid John), h 33 Sinker. 
Cochran Andrew J, teacher Blind Institute, 

43 Highland pi. 
Cochran Andrew J, jr, elk. b 170 B Merrill. 
Cochran Arthur, condr, b 29 Bloomlngton. 
Cochran Elizabeth J (wid Samuel M), h 216 

Fletcher av. 
Cochran George, lab, b 83 Decatur. 
Cochran George, Rev, pastor Hall Place 

M B Church, h 718 N Tennessee. 
Cochran Joseph, h 1139 N Illinois. 
Cochran Nelson M, finisher, h 165 Sheffield 

av (H). 
Cochran Norman, potter, h 51 Hadley av 

(W I). 
Cochran Robert, tmstr, h 12 Hadley av 

(W I). 
Cochran Thomas, lab. b 83 Decatur. 
Cochran Thomas, plastr, r 17 Columbia 

Blk. 
Cochran Wm A, carp, h 322 Union. 
Cochran Wm M, h 304 College av. 
Cochrane Frank, lab, b 261 S East. 
Cochrane George W, carp, b 424 N Missis- 
sippi. 
Cochrane Jean M. elk The Bowen-Merrill 

Co, b 415 N Illinois. 
Coshrane John, carp 415 N Illinois, h same. 
Cochrane John P, letter carrier P O, b 415 

N Illinois. 



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Cochrane Joseph, lab, b 258 W 3rd. 
Cochrane Kate, teacher P S No 32, b 415 

N Illinois. 
Cochrane Robert S, elk L. N A & C Ry, b 

415 N Illinois. 
Cochrane Samuel W, contr, h 424 N Missis- 

sippL 
Cochrane Wm T, city fireman, b 415 N 

Illinois. 
Cookburn Henry D, elk, r 227 Virginia av. 
Cockrell Marshall, carp, h Rader (N I). 
Cockrell Willis, carp, h Armstrong av 

(NT). 
Cockrum John B, asst general attorney L 

E & W R R, h 311 College av. 
Cody Bert E, bkkpr. h W Addison (N I). 
Cody James, foreman, h 480 E Georgia. 
Cody James B, lab, h e s Brightwood av 

(B). 
Cody John elk, b 196 S New Jersey. 
Cody John, lab, h 480 E Georgia- 
Cody Minnie B, milliner 46 N Illinois, h 

Addison (N I). 
Coe Ansel, collr, h 7 Hutchings Blk. 
Coe Henry (Henry Coe Co), h 277 N Dela- 



COE HENRY & CO (Henry Coe. Henry 
Seyfrled), Fire Insarnnce, Real Es- 
tate, Rents and Loans 13 Insnrance 
Blkj Tel 501. 

Coe James, lawyer, b 469 N New Jersey. 

Coe Marion, lab, h 99 Minnesota. 

Coe Oris K, h 163 W South. 

Coe Sarah (wid' Charles B), h 110 Talbott 

Coe Thomas, lab. b 40 Jjincoln la. 

Coen, see also Cohen. 

Coen Wm H, sec Premier Steel Co, h Chi- 
cago. 111. 

Coerper Henry J, trav agt, h 174 Ash. 

Coffay, see also CafEee. 

Coffay Ella F (wid John), h 1101 N Penn. 

Coffay Emily, teacher P S No 17, b 1101 N 
Penn. 

Coffee Payette, lab, h Auburn av near 
Belt R R. 

Coffel John, regulator Indianapolis Gas 
Co, h 164 Davidson. 

Coffelt Wm A, mach, h 176 Martindale av. 

Coffert Bert, printer, b 176 Mass av. 

Coffey, see also Coffy. 

Coffey James W, lab, h 332 E Georgia. 

Coffey Michael, lab, h 128 Meek. 

Coffey Silas D, Associate Justice Supreme 
Court of Indiana, 61 State house, h Bra- 
zil, Ind. 

Coffey Wilford, lab, b 332 E Georgia. 

Coflie Lafayette, lab, h e s Auburn av 4 s 
of Belt Ry. 

Coffield Thaddeus, fireman, h 198 Walcott. 

Coffin Abraham, tmstr, h 195 S Pine. 

Coffin Albert W (Coffin, Fletcher & Co), h 
393 Park av. 

Coffin Arthur, elk, h 347 Cornell av. 

Coffin Benjamin V, hostler, h 2 Gardner's 
la. 

Coffin Bessie C, stenog, b S3 E Michigan. 

Coffin Carrie E (wid Brastus K), h 234 Ash. 

Coffin Charles E (C E Coffin & Co), pres 
The Indiana Savings and Investment Co 
of Indianapolis, Ind, h 800 N Penn. 

Coffin Charles P (Howe & Coffin), h 308 
Park av. 

Coffin Charles Z. asst receiving teller Indi- 
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Charles E HoIIo^Tay), Investment 
Hankers, Brokers and Dealer in 
Real Estate, Mortgayre Loans, Fire 
Iniaranee 90 E Market; Tel 518. 

Coffin David W, pres American Bldg & 
Loan Assn. h 27 E 2d. 

Coffin Earl W, foreman, h 11 Ellsworth. 

Coffin, Fletcher & Co (Albert W Coffin, La- 
fayette W and Samuel H Fletcher), pork 
packers, cor West and Ray. 

Coffin Francis A, h 510 N Delaware. 

Coffin Frank A, trav agt Van Camp Hard- 
ware & Iron Co, h Spiceland, Ind. 

Coffin Frank M, insp The Indianapolis Gas 
Co, h 556 N Alabama. 

Coffin Franklin R, h 136 Blackford. 

Coffin George O, elk N T Store, r 355 N 
Illinois. 

Coffin George W, butcher, b 135 Fletcher 

Coffin Lydia B (wid Robert), b 356 Belle- 

fontaine. 
Coffin Madison, engr, h 523 N Mississippi. 
Coffin Mary B (wid Eleazar),b 31 Hoyt av. 
Coffin Norman E, h 322 Fulton. 
Coffin Oliver P, fireman, h 41 S Summit. 
Coffin Paul, lab, b rear 612 N West 
Coffin Percival E, h 996 N Penn. 
Coffin Robert M, elk, h 356 Bellefontalne. 
Coffin Vincent B, vet surg, h 2 Gardner's 

la. 
Coffin Wm J, cigarmkr, h 72 Frank. 
Coffin Wm N, engr, h 556 Broadway. 
Coffin Zeno W, real est, b 11 Jefferson 
Coffman, see also Kauffman. 
Coffman Frederick, trav agt, r 39% Indiana 



Coffman Jacob druggist 579 S East, h same. 
Coffman Jerome B, carp, h 193 Prospect. 
Coffman John S, carp, h 114 Dougherty. 



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CofCman Joshua S, city agt Indpls Drug Co, 
h 267 S New Jersey. 

Coffman Margaret P (wld Jacob), h 255 S 
New Jersey. 

Coffman Peter T, painter, b 255 N West. 

Coftman Ralph B, mach, h s s 20th 1 w of 
Tennessee. 

Coffman Ralph M, mach, h s w cor Grace- 
land av and 25th. 

Coffman Walter M, mach, h s w cor 25th 
and Graceland av. 

Coffman Wm C, painter, b 539 S East. 

Coffman Wm H. waiter, b 114 Dougherty. 

Coffy, see also Coffey. 

Coffy Adelbert B, bkkpr, h 29 Garfield pi. 

Cogan James, flagman, b 185 W Seventh. 

Coggshall Judith M.dressmkr, b w s N New 
Jersey 1 n 17th. 

Coghlll Thomas, waiter, b 528 N Meridian. 

Cogle John H, lab, h 79 Hill av. 

Cogswell Ernest, mach, b 233 N Beville av. 

Cogswell Malcolm W, elk, b 283 Douglass. 

Cogswell Stacy H, carp, h 283 Douglass. 

Cohen, see also Coen. 

Cohen Abram, elk, h 37 W Vermont. 

Cohen Alexander, junk 359 W Washington, 
h 307 S Meridian. 

Cohen Harris, peddler, h 132 Eddy. 

Cohen Herman, Propr Indiana Suspender 
and Notion Co, h 73 Madison av. 

Cohen Hyman pawnbroker 31 S Illinois, h 
156 N East. 

Cohen John D, elk, b 108 Fayette. 

Cohen Louis, elk, h 297V2 S Illinois. 

Cohen Marcus, grocer 127 Eddy, h same. 

Cohen Moses, elk. b Circle House. 

Cohen Solomon, h 37 W Vermont. 

Cohn, see also Kahn. 

Cohn Abraham, elk, h 497 N Tennessee. 

Cohn Charles W, elk, h 2581/2 W Washing- 
ton. 

Cohn Fabian, solicitor, h 20 Cornell av. 

Cohn Michael, b 87 N East. 

Cohn Thomas, cutter, h 2931,4 E Washing- 




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Cokayne Edwin S, tel opr, h 2521/2 Mass av. 

Cokefalr Edgar O, carp, h 152 Hoyt av. 

Cokefair Sophia (wid John), h 152 Hoyt av. 

Colbert, see also Calbert. 

Colbert Dennis J, elk r m s, h 29 Coburn. 

Colbert James H, waiter, h 117 Columbia. 

Colbert John J, lab, h 22 Henry. 

Colbert Patrick, lab, h 42 Henrv. 

Colbert Thomas P, h 449 N California. 

Colbert Wm F, policeman, b 42 Henry. 

Colby Almira (wid Joseph), h 227 B 8th. 

Colby John, lab, h 206 Deloss. 

Colclazier Wm L, finisher, h s s Morgan 4 w 
of McLain (W I). 

Coldo James, porter, b 19 Roanoke. 

Coldo Maria (wid Perry), h 19 Roanoke. 

Coldwell, see also Caldwell, Cauldwell and 
Colwell. 

Coldwell Charles R, tmstr, h w s S Me- 
ridian nr Pleasant run. 

Coldwell Horace G (Wm G Wasson & Co), 
h 147 East Drive (W P). 

Cole, see also Kahl and Kohl. 

Cole Abram, lab b 82 Arizoneu 

Cole Adam M, student, r 111 N New Jersey. 

Cole Albert, painter, b w s Union 1 s of 
Washington (Mt J). 

Cole Albert B, lawyer 17 Thorpe blk, h 395 
N New Jersey. 

Cole Allen, lab, h 82 Arizona. 

Cole Ambrose E, fireman, h 307 Yandes. 



323 BroadTTuy. 

Cole Benjamin, tmstr, b 206 Elm. 
Cole Charles, mach hd b 358 S Delaware. 
Cole Charles B. agt, h 407 N East, 
Cole Charles M, wagonmkr, h 358 S Dela- 
ware. 
Cole Clarence, carp, h W Eugene (N I). 
Cole Edward, brakeman, b 66 English av. 
Cole Emery, lab, h 2 Wallace. 
Cole Ernest B, c!k r m s, h 528 Broadway. 
Cole Prank D, carp, h 119 Ramsey av. 
Cole Frank M, elk, b 407 N East. 
Cole George, carp, h 499 E 9th. 
Cole George, trav agt, h 413 N New Jersey. 
Cole Henry D, salesman Androvette Glass 

Co, b 407 N East. 
Cole Isaac N, marble cutter, h 190 River av 

(W I). 
Cole James A, carp, h 148 Harlan. 
Cole James H (The Progress Medicine Co), 

h 71 Indiana av. 
Cole James J, phys 423 N Mississippi, h 

same. 
Cole James R, trav agt, h 444 Bellefon- 

taine. 
Cole James S, carp, b 229 W Washington. 
Cole John I, miller, b 413 N New Jersey. 
Cole Joseph C, tmstr, b 549 E Vermont. 
Cole Josephine (wid John), b 37 Draper. 
Cole J Edward, barber, h 1402 N Tennessee. 
Cole Leroy F, carp, h 34 Traub av. 
Cole Lewis F Rev, Arch Deacon Protestant 

Episcopal Church, h 464 N East. 
Cole Lizzie (wid Thomas), h 27 Roanoke. 
Cole Lucius A, carp, h 143 Harlan. 
Cole Marion, lab, h 99 Minnesota- 
Cole Martha, dressmkr 34 N East, h same. 
Cole Mary C (wid Albert M), b 436 Park av. 
Cole Oscar, b 432 Central av. 
Cole Ross E, painter, h w s Union 1 s of 

Washington (Mt J). 
Cole Samuel C, car inspct, h 1085 W New 

York. 
Cole Thomas, news agt U N Co, r 193 S 

Illinois. 
Cole Thomas A, trav agt, h 174 Dougherty. 



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Cole Wm, coachman 138 N New Jersey. 

Cole Wm, lab, h 3 Lafayette. 

Cole Wm, lab, h w s Union 2 s of Wash 
ington (Mt J). 

Cole Wm P, cabmkr, b 34 Traub av. 

Colebrook Edward W, janitor, h s s 23d 2 
w of Mississippi. 

Colebroolc Fredericlj J, lab, h 371 Cornell a 

Coleman, see also Culmann and Kuhlman, 

Coleman Abraham, lab, b e s Martlndale 
av 1 n of Sutherland av. 

Coleman Albert, finisher, b 413 E St Clair. 

Coleman Anson D, tel opr, r 7 Madison av, 

Coleman Belle (wid Charles), h 26 Hadley. 

Coleman Benjamin F, switchman, h Bel- 
mont av (H). 

Coleman Cassius M, printer Indpls News, h 
235% Mass av. 

Coleman Charles, porter, h 111 Eddy. 

Coleman Charles L, h 22 S West. 

Coleman Clark, lab, h 62 Mayhew. 

Coleman Dennis J, steward Denison Hotel. 

Coleman Elias, lab, h 336 Superior. 

Coleman George, waiter, b 5 Susquehanna. 

Coleman George W, lab, h 42 Trau' 



Coleman Henry, (Klee & Coleman) h Day- 
ton. O. 

Coleman Henry, saloon. 26 S Missouri, h 
same. 

Coleman Henry, saloon, 449 E Washington, 
h same. 

Coleman Henry, soldier U S Arsenal, h 

Coleman Henry J, saloon, 219 E Washington, 
Coleman Herbert B, trav agt, h 479 N Meri- 



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Coleman James D, hamessmkr, 

son av. 
Coleman James M, phy, 277 Virginia av, h 

same 
Coleman Jane (wid John) h n e cor 1st and 

Howard. 
Coleman John C, carp, b 86 N New Jersey. 
Coleman, John, waiter, h rear 440 Yandes. 
Coleman John A. (Goth, Coleman & Co.) 

h 366 N Alabama. 
Coleman, John C, lab, b 32 Drake. 
Coleman John G, flagman, h 378 Blake. 
Coleman Joseph, porter, b 28 Cincinnati. 
Coleman Joseph T, carp, h 466 Cornell av. 
Coleman Levi, lab. h 14 Barrel. 
Coleman Lewis H, porter, h 3 Carter. 
Coleman Martin, boilermkr, h 194 Columbia 

Coleman Maria, (wid Charles) h 204 W 2d. 
Coleman Mary (wid Martin) h 413 E St 

Clair. 
Coleman Mary E, (wid Wm), h 63 N East. 
Coleman Matthew, boilermkr, h 413 B St 

Clair. 
Coleman Milton H, com, h 76 Michigan (H). 
Coleman Nannie, (wid John), h 118'/. Tre- 



Coleman Patrick, grocer, 59 Beacon, h same 
Coleman Richard M, coUr, b 23 N West. 
Coleman Rose, (wid John E), h 195 W. South, 
Coleman Samuel, porter, h 28 Cincinnati. 
Coleman Thaddeus, lab, h e s St Peter 4 r 

of Prospect. 
Coleman Theodore, canvasser, b 25 Grant. 
Coleman Thomas, carp, h 466 Cornell av. 
Coleman Thomas, lab. h 187 Middle. 
Coleman Wm, lab, b 337 W North. 
Coleman Wm, lab, h rear 381 S Olive. 
Coleman Wm. waiter, h 440 Tandes. 



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Coleman Wm H, r 4 Meridian Bldg. 

Coleman Wm S, janitor L B & W R R, h 
25 S Liberty. 

Colerick E Fernwick, journalist, b Hotel 
English. 

Coles George A, blksmith. h 25 Beville av. 

Colestock George, bookbinder. Wm B Bur- 
ford, r 30 Insurance blk. 

Colestock Wesley S. carp, r 21 Ross blk. 

Coley Grant, waiter, b 202 W 1st. 

Coley Richard, carp, h 202 W 1st. 

Coley Wm E, restaurant, 265 W Washing- 
ton, h same. 

Colgan Henrietta, supervising prin P S No. 
10. h 298 Park av. 

Colgan Mary E, h 298 Park av. 

Colgan Mary L. supervising prin P S No. 6, 
h 298 Park av. 

Colgrove Oscar, tank tender, h Michigan av 
(W). 

Colip Erastus H, fireman, h 46 Cedar. 

Coll Dennis C. blksmith, h 432 S Illinois. 

Coll Dommick F, buyer 5 and 10 cts store, 
h 116 Oak. 

Coll John J, mach, b 116 Oak. 

Coll Mary A (wid Dominick). h 432 S Illinois. 

Coll Marj' H (wid Hugh), h 116 Oak. 

Coll Wm J, lithogr Wm B Burford, h 472 N 

Collamore Edward W, solicitor, b 85 Park 

Collamore Wm A, bkkpr, h 85 Park av. 
Collector Internal revenue, P O bldg. 
Collester J Franklin, mach, h 60 Tremont 

av (H). 
Collett John, geologist, r 60y<. N Illinois. 
Collett Wm A. trav agt, b 15 Maria. 
Collier Charles, mach, b 84 N New Jersey. 
Collier Edward, brakeman, b 648 E Miami. 
Collier George W, molder, h e s Walker 3d 

n Michigan (H). 
Collier James, b 648 E Mimai. 
Collier James, (Collier & Murphy), h 377 S 

Illinois. 
Collier James L, lab, h 150 Nordyke av (W 

Collier John B, molder, h 42 Michigan (H). 






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"'J B! Collier Joseph, lawyer, 82V4 E Washington, b 

C 648 E Miami. 
a* W Collier Lizzie, dressrakr. 648 E Miami, h 
^^ B_ same. 

56 S Sum- 



Mary L, asst prin P S No. 6, b 563 E. 



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'r^ »«. Collier Nancy E, teacher P S No. 12, 

^ C^J B Market 

^ O COLLIER PETER F, Book Pnbllslier 
** 93 N Delaware, h New Yorli City. 

^ ^ Collier Thomas L, brakeman, h 648 E Miami. 

^ (yj Collier Wm H, carriage painter, h 230 Fay- 
Collier Wm S, real est, h 563 E Market. 

'— y ■ ' Collier & Murphy (James Collier, Martin J 
Murphy) undertakers, 59 W. Maryland. 
Collinfre Robert, elk, h 88 W Ohio. 
Collinge Sarah A, boarding, 88 W Ohio. 
Collings see also Cullings. 
Collings Franklin C. elk, h 59 Hoyt av. 
Collins Augustus F, reporter, h S5fl<i F 

.^ Washington. 

^^ Collins Catherine, (wid Joseph G), h 62 Oak. 

^^ Collins Charles S, drayman, h 138 Lexington 



Collins Christopher C, tmstr, h 33 Willow. 

Collins ClifEord F, trav agt, h 115 Highland 
pi. 

Collins Cornelius, driver, h 335 W Chesa- 
peake. 

Collins Cornelius, lab, h rear 186 Blake. 



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<Vyi2 East. 
Ul 2 Collins Elisha J, carp, h 244 Keystone av. 
^^ |V Collins Eliza, (wid George W). h 3 Minerva. 
11,^ !i Collins Elizabeth A, teacher German annex 

Cl 1. high school No. 1, b 316 N New Jersey. 

^ ••■ Collins Emanuel, lab. h 2291/2 E Washington. 

C in Collins Gilbert, lab, b 113 Kappus (W I). 

M hi Collins James A, phtogr, h 245y2 E Washing- 

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Collins James H, porter, h 102 Kentucky av. 

Collins James L, baggagemstr, h 294 S Dela- 
ware. 

Collins James M, painter, h 1356 N Missis- 
Collins Jeremiah, collr, b 369 S Illinois. 

Collins Jeremiah, jailor Marion county jail, 
h 508 E Georgia. 

Collins Jeremiah, lab, h w Udell (N I). 

Collins John, h 369 S Illinois. 

Collins John P, road officer, b 207 N Pine. 

Collins John W, butcher, h 187 S MissourL 

Collins John W, lab, b 7 N State av. 

Collins Joseph, fireman, b 803 E Washington. 

Collins Joseph, waiter, r 400 N Illinois. 

Collins Joshua, janitor, h 15 Arch. 

Collins Laura, (wid Wm), h 47 N East. 

Collins Libbie B (wid John) h 88 S Missis- 
ippi. 

Collins Lida J, h 334 E Ohio. 

Collins L John, photogr, b 294 S Delaware. 

Collins Maberry L, student, b 7 N State av. 
Collins Mack, lab, b 39 Bates. 

Collins Mahlon V, cabtmkr, h 351 S Brook- 
side av. 

Collins Malachi. lab, h 29 Roe. 

Collins, Malachi, moterman, r 53 Ruckle. 

Collins Margaret, (wid Henry), h 185 Min- 
erva. 
Collins Martin, lab, b 372 W Maryland. 
Collins Martin F, printer, h 138 Lynn av 
(W I). 



Collins Patrick, lab, h 40 Grant. 
Collins Patrick, molder, b 34 S West. 
Collins Patrick H, tailor, r 24 Johnson bllfc 
Collins Robert, butcher, h rear 186 Blake. 
Collins Robert, lab, h 166 Archer. 
Collins Robert, lab, b 102 Torbat. 
Collins Robert K, boarding 7 N State 
Collins Sallie E, (wid Wi 

Co), h 477 N Alabama. 
Collins Samuel E, photogr, h 73 Division 

(W I.) 
Collins Samuel H, pres U S Lounge Mufg 

Co, propr National Saw Guard Co, b 128 

N Meridian. 
Collins Sarah K, (wid Wm H), h 240 W 

Market. 
Collins Thomas, porter, r 214 W Vermont. 
Collins Thomas E, druggist, 52 Indiana av, 

b Roosevelt House. 
Collins Wm D, wood turner, h 99 W Udell 

(N I.) 
Collins Wm H, steward, h 329 W Vermont. 
Collins Willie R, lab, b 7 N State av. 
Collins Willis, waiter, r 400 N Illinois. 
Colliss, see Callis. 
Colon Nicholas, bartender, r rear 535 S 

Meridian. 
Colson Charles A, calker, b 89 Indiana av. 
Colster Charles H, lab, h 406 S Delaware. 
Colston Norah E, dressmkr, """ " ""-'- 

ware, h same. 
Colter, see also Coulter. 
Colter Andrew, wheelmkr, b 43 Carlos. 



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Andrew J, mach hd, b 268 B South, 
olter George R, saloon, 139 Virginia av, 
172 B South. 



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Colter John A, city fireman, b 256 S Dela- 

Colter ' Margaret A (wid Archibald), b 256 

S Delaware. 
Colter Richard S, grocer 302 S East, h 17 

Greer. 
COLUMBIA CLUB. Charles H Rouser 

Supt, 73 Mounnient PI (formerly Cir- 
cle); Tel 55G. 
Columbia Drill Co, John M Fender pres, 

Frank Husted sec, 192 S Illinois. 
COLUMBUS BUGGY COMPANY, Albert 

H Snider State Agent, 1^ and 14 

Circle. 
Colvan Wm, lab, b 13 Sample (W 
Colvin, ■ - ■ 



Calvin 

Colvin Alexander, express, h 59 Dougherty. 
Colvin George T, carp, h 134 S Judge Hard- 
ing (W I.) 
Colvin Henry, porter, h 369 W New York. 
Colvin Horace G, city fireman, h 12 Lynn 

av (W I.) 
Colvin Jeremiah, express, h 53 Dougherty. 
Colvin John, elk N T store, b 59 Dougherty. 
Colvin Wm. lab, r 1831/2 W 3rd. 
Colwell, see also Caldwell, Cauldwell and 

Coldwell. 
Colwell David H, carp, b 413 Howard (W I). 
Colwell Farres, horseshoer 454 Mass av, 

h 72 Hill av. 
COLWELL AVM F, Contractor and 

Bnilder 413 Howard (W I), li same. 
Comb Newton, coachman, 740 N Delaware. 
Combs, see also Coombs. 
Combs Charles C, elk, b 118 Highland pi. 
Combs Elias A, grocer 21 Fremont av, h 

27 Sheffield av (H). 
Combs Florence B. elk, b 200 W New York. 
COMBS GEORGE: W. Physician 30 E 

Ohio, b The Denlson; Tel, Office 968, 

h 471. 
Combs John H. carp, r 649'^ Virginia av. 
Combs John W, lab, h 3 Sample (W I). 
Combs Julia (wid Jerome), n 200 W New 

York. 
Combs J Henry, lab, h 256 W Pearl. 
Combs Olin, mach, b 25 Belmont av. 
Combs Thomas B (Combs & Bowen), h 223 

N Illinois. 
Combs Wm, lab, b 274 W 7th. 
Combs & Bowen (Thomas B Combs and 

Edward J Bowen), restaurant, 10 Clifford 

Comegys Olivia (wid Levi), h 750 N Illinois. 

Comer, see also Coomer. 

Comer Levi C, tel opr. h 677 E Market. 

Comer Mary E (wid Jonathan), h 224 Ram- 
sey av. 

Comer Wm, butcher, b W Udell (N I). 

Comer Wm W, (Howland & Comer), b 93 
Spann av. 

Comfort James W, Rev, h 71 Gregg. 

Comingore John A, phys 77'/2 S Illinois, h 
520 same. 

Comingore Lida, grocer 205 W Washing- 
ton, h 244 W New York. 

Comingore Wm P, electrotyper, b 682 N 



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Commercial Accident Co The, Alvah Teb- 
betts pres, Wm C Davis vice-pres, G H 
Childs sec, L E Campbell treas, 88 N 
Meridian. 

Commercial Club Restaurant Co. A H A 
Mortimer mngr, Commercial Club Bldg. 



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FIHE iriSUI^flflCE GOpIUlIES. 

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Foster 2d Vice-Pres, A B Gates 
Treas, Wm Fortnne Sec, Offices 12S 
and 129 Commercial Clnb Oldg;; Tel 

785. 

COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC CO, Joseph 
R Evans Pres, S Lee Hadley Sec, 
Wlllard A Eyans Treas, Alton D 
Adams Mngr, Motors and Electric 
Machinery 113 S Tennessee. 

Commercial Exchange The, J M Woods 
mngr, Frederick Webster attorney, 37 
Commercial Club Bldg. 

COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO 
(limited) of London, Eng^land, Clif- 
ford Arrick Agt, 32 Jonrnal Bids n e 
cor Market and Circle; Tel «08.(See 
right bottom lines.) 

Commiskey Henry, fireman, h 49 Warren 
av (W I). 

Commiskey Susie, supervisor Insane Hos- 
pital. 

Commons Wm B, dispatcher P C C & St 
L Ry, h 363 N Alabama. 

Compass Star and Vidette, Rev Willis D 
Engle editor, 91 E Market. 

Compton Arunah B, h 227 N California. 

Compton Charles S, train dispatcher, h 106 
Fletcher av. 

Compton Frank, motorman, b Lake av (I). 

Compton Frank B, lab, h 355 Blake. 

Compton Frank L, miller, r 8 Columbia 
Blk. 

Compton George E, trav agt, r 237 N Mis- 



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Compton John C, engr, r 8 Columbia Blk. i 
Compton Joshua, watchman, h 75 S Reis- ■ 

ner (W I). : 

Compton Joshua A, phys 75 E Ohio, h same. ^ 
Compton Louis F, car insp, h cor Lambert i 

and Hiatt (W I). | 

Compton Preston, lab, h 321 E Miami. ' 

Compton Rosco M, student, b 132 N Ala- ' 

bama. 
Compton Samuel, porter, b 321 B Miami. 



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O "^ !- Compton Samuel M (Compton & Rice), 
o /-> III quartermaster general State of Indiana, 
S 2 ^ 9 State House, h 172 N Delaware. 
o) ^ f Compton Wesley, lab, h 279 S West. 
? ~ Compton W Charles, paper hanger, h 122i^ 
5 00 J Oliver av (W I). 

§<*>?; Compton & Rice (Samuel M Compton, 
o '-' J George L H Rice), grocers, 49 Mass av. 
^ • u Comstock Albert S (Comstock & Coonse), 
55 H h 790 N Meridian. 

O Comstock Charles H, vice-pres The In- 
K terior Hardware Co, h 429 N Delaware. 

Comstock Henry, carp, h 1 Walcott. 
• Comstock Horace A, jeweler 16 E Wash- 
ington, h 992 N Penn. 
Comstock James M, jeweler, h 174 E North. 
Comstock John C (Comstock & Langdon), 

h 174 E North. 
COMSTOCK LYNDEIV W, Dentist 30 

Circle, h GO W 2d. 
Comstock Margaret J (wid Thomas C), h 

174 E North. 
Comstock Paul, civil engr, b 191 N Dela- 
ware. 
Comstock Rachel (wid Thomas), h 272 S 



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'H nfactnrers iind Dealers In Carriages 
^ 193 to 199 S Meridian; Tel 631. 

Z Comstock & Langdon (John C Comstock, 
< Lewis A Langdon), mnfrs agts, 87 Com- 
2 mercial Club Bldg. 



Conant Charles O, mach, 

2d s 30th. 
Conant Elisha P, mach, 

2d s 30th. 
Conant Harry W, mach. 



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30th 

QC Conard Charles P, deputy sheriff Marion 
hi county, b 187 S Alabama. 
^ Conarroe Israel J, carp, h n s Washington 
2 (M J). 

O Conarroe Martin M, carp, rear 229 Vir- 
0) ginia av, h same. 



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Ed. Shebke, 362 W. First St. 
INDIANA CEMENT WORKS. 
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Dose ih Ehgmsh Pobtlasd Cemekt. 

Cellar Floors, Side Walks and Garden Walks a Specialty. 

Orders left Id Box 35 at Builders* Exchange, S.W.Cor. 

Ohio and Penn. St8., Indianapolis, promptly attended to. 



Conaty, see also Connaty. 

Conaty James B, h 299 N Liberty. 

Conaty James C, fireman, r 400y2 S Illinois. 

Conaway, see also Conway. 

Conaway Charles A, driver, b 23 S Mc- 
Lain (W I). 

Conaway Edward (Perigo & Conaway), h 
23 S McLain (W I). 

Conde Henry T, pres H T Conde Imple- 
ment Co, h 210 Broadway. 

CONDE H T IMPLEMENT CO, Henry 
T Conde Pres, \V A Moore Vice-Pres, 
Win Cnmback jr Sec and Treas, 
Wholesale Agricnltnral Implements. 
Binders, Twines and Seeds S3 to 3T 
N Tennessee: Tel ICa. 

Conde James M, mach, b 10 Lincoln av. 

Conde Nina, bkkpr Bliss, Swain & Co, b 
454 N Tennessee. 

Conde Norman, finisher, h 62 John. 

Conde Santord C, bkkpr H T Conde Imple- 
ment Co, h 10 Lincoln av. 

Condee Sarah F, h 272 N Meridian. 

Condell Harry A, fireman, b 21 Fletcher av. 

Condell Jennie R, stenog, b 21 Fletcher av. 

Condell Mary J (wid James S), h 21 Fletch- 
er av. 

Condit, see also Conduitt. 

Condit Harry J, trav agt, h 78 W 12th. 

Condo Charles V, foreman, h 103 N Linden. 

Coiido Elizabeth A (wid George W), b 103 
N Linden. 

Condon Ann (wid Thomas), h 87 Church. 

Condon Charles, cigarmkr, b 87 Ciiurch. 

Condon James T, uphlr, b 87 Church. 

Condon John, lab, h 77 Thomas. 

Condon John, order elk Hollweg & Reese, 
b 87 Church. 

Condon Joseph F, uphlr, b 87 Church. 

Condon Thomas, janitor State House, r 
same. 

Condon Wm, molder, h 455 S West. 

Condran John, b 100(1 W Washington. 

Condrey Edgar, bartender, h 242 Dough- 
erty. 

Condrey Edward M, foreman, h 291 Blake. 

Condrey James B, painter, h 507 Park av. 

Condrey Samuel H, foreman, h 646 W 
Washington. 

Condron Michael, molder, h 126 Belmont av 
(H). 

Conduitt, see also Condit. 

Conduitt, Alexander B (Conduitt & Son), 

h 186 N Delaware. 
Conduitt Allen W (Conduitt & Son), pres 
Bedford Stone Co, sec and treas Acme 
Paving and Contracting Co, h 380 Park 

Conduitt Henry C. b 186 N Delaware. 
Conduitt & Son (Alexander B and Allen 

W), 33 McCrea. 
Cones Constant! ne B. pres C B Cones & 

Son Mnfg Co, h 225 N Penn. 
Cones C B & Son Manufacturing Co, C B 

Cones pres, J W Murphy treas, Fred C 

Smith acting sec. clothing mnfg, 12 N 



Conger Frank J, city agt, h 1080 N Tennes- 

Conger Manuel H, fireman, h 204 Lexing- 
ton av. 

Conger Oliver H, elk, b 204 Lexington av. 

Conger Samuel, painter, h 23 N California. 

Conkle Anson B (H F Solliday & Co), b 
439 College av. 

Conklin, see also Coughlin. 

Conklin Ann M (wid Harry N), h 47 Elm. 



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Conklin Carrie (wld Albert), h 15 Grant. 

Conklin Charles, driver, h 132i^ E St Jo- 
seph. 

Conklin Clarence F, b 216 Fletcher av. 

Conklin David M, elk, b 47 Elm. 

Conklin Elijah, b 601 E Michigan. 

Conklin Eugene H. stenogr Central Cycle 
Mnfg Co, b 216 Fletcher av. 

Conklin Harry, lab, b 158 Madison av. 

Conklin Harry G, dentist A P Herron, r 
8 Grand Opera House Blk. 

Conklin Israel, watchman, h 119 W Mary- 

Conklin Jessie, stenog, b n w cor 18th and 
Illinois. 

Conklin Jotilda, prin P S No. 3 (W I), b 
250 Talbott av. 

Conklin Luther J, lab, h 42 Miley av. 

Conklin Martha, b 77 W 6th. 

Conklin Mary, stenogr,, b 107 Ash. 

Conklin Pierson, carp, h 1352 N Illinois. 

Conklin Roscoe E, stenogr A W Wishard, 
b 216 Fletcher av. 

Conklin Sadie <wid Harry), r 9 Ryan Blk. 

Conklin Warren A, switchman, h 40 Spring- 
field. 

Conklin Wm H, shoemkr, h 45 Arch. 

Conkling Emma G, elk, h 181 Fletcher av. 

Conlee Ardie L, stenogr Receiver Indpls 
Nat Bank, b 131 W 12th. 

(;0\LEE THOMAS A, Agt Deere & Co 
84 AV AVa.shlnston, li 131 W l^tU. 

Conlen Edward F, sawyer, h 39 Malott av. 

Conlen John A, elk, b cor Excelsior and 
Progress. 

Conlen Michael, elk, h 245% Kentucky av. 

Conlen Patrick, pawnbroker 57 W Wash- 
ington, h cor Excelsior and Progress. 

Conley, see also Connelly and Connolly. 

Conley Allen, engr, h 269% B Washington. 

Conley Dernis L, bicyclemkr, b 122 B Ohio. 

Conley Edward, waiter, r 28 Stewart PI. 

Conley Frank, boilermkr, h 273 Pendleton 
av. 

Conley George R, lather, b 261 Lincoln la. 

Conley George W, lab, h 261 Lincoln la. 

Conley John, condr, r 175 S Illinois. 

Conley John T, lab, h 70 Oscar. 

Conley Joseph, agt, r 10 Ryan Blk. 

Conley Ora B (wid George), h 73 Hill av. 

Conley Stanley, carp, h 49 Tecumseh. 

Conlin Bridget, dry goods 114 Michigan (H), 
h same. 

Conlin Charles, lab, h 121 E McCarty. 

Conlin John, b 121 E McCarty. 

Conlin John jr, bricklayer, h 121 E Mc- 
Carty. 

Conlon John H, attendant Insane Hospital. 

Conn, see also Kahn. 

Conn Clay, driver Samuel Lalng, b 323 N 
California. 

Conn Frank M, elk, h 107 Wright. 

Conn John, upholster 183 Indiana av, h 

Conn Wm, st car condr, h 81 W 8th. 

Conn Wilson, lab, h 46 Geisendorff. 

Connan John, elk, h 300 Blackford. 

Connaty, see also Conaty. 

Connaty James W, elk, h 17 S Belmont av 
(W I). 

Connaughton, see also Conoughton. 

Connaughton John T, boiler mkr, h 74 S 
Summit. 

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Connell, see also O'Connell. 

Connell Ann (wid John), h Prospect-st add. 

Connell Edward F, steam fitter, h 93 Agnes. 

Connell James, fireman, b 30 Roe. 

Connell John, lab, b 93 Agnes. 

Connell John, lab, h 60 Maple. 

Connell John, lab, b 81 McGinnis. 

Connell Mary (wid Daniel), h 30 Roe. 

Connell Maurice J, saloon 48 S Penn, !■ 
23 Madison a.v. 

Connell Morriss, engr, b 30 Roe. 

Connell Peter, lab, b 132 Blackford. 

Connell Pizarro D, lab, h 24 Hope (B). 

Connell Thomas, collr Folev Bros & Co, li 
200 Columbia av. 

Connell Thomas A, h 13 Benton. 

Connell Timothy, lab, h 188 English av. 

Connelly, see also Conley and Connolly. 

Connelly Andrew J, train dispatcher, h 152 
Davidson. 

Connelly Cornelius J, finisher, h 14 Hoyt av. 

Connelly Edward G, locksmith 216 B Loui- 
siana, r same. 

Connelly Emily J (wid Andrew J), h 909 N 
New Jersey. 

Connelly Gertrude, stenogr The Indpls Sen 
tinel, b 909 N New Jersey. 

Connelly John, packer, h 368 S Missouri. 

Connelly John, saloon 249 W Maryland, r 
132 Blackford. 

Connelly Kate J, teacher, b 909 N New Jer- 
sey. 

Connelly Nathalie, teacher P S No. 27, b 
909 N New Jersey. 

Connelly Nora (wid Patrick), h 132 Black- 
ford. 

Connelly Patrick, molder, h 6 Highland av 
(H). 

Connelly Patrick T, horseshoer, b 377 S 
Missouri. 

Connelly Thomas, lab, h 374 S Missouri. 

Connelly Thomas, lab, h 19 Patterson. 

Conner, see also Connor and O'Connor. 

Conner Abner, barber, b 314 E Washington. 

Conner Adah, teacher P S No. 10, b 360 
Park av. 



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CHESTER BRADFORD, 

Solicitor ok Patents, 

^JVO COVNSEL IN PATENT CAVSES. 

(See adv. page 6.) 
Office :— Rooms 14 and 16 Hubbard Block, S. W. 

Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



Conner Americus W Rev, h Elm av a)- 

Conner Archibald, carp, h W Francis (N 
I). 

Conner Benjamin F, bkkpr, b 472 N East. 

Conner Bernard M, lab, b 165 N State av. 

Conner Charles O, brakeman, h 1 Spann av. 

Conner Charles H, molder, h 34 Holmes av 
(H). 

Conner Charles W, jeweler 54 Mass av, b 
560 Ash. 

Conner Ellsworth, blksmith, b 212 S Wll- 
' liams (W I). 

I i^onner Ernest, candymkr, b 9 CottagB av 
I (W I). 

\ Conner Flavius. broommkr, h s e cor Jack- 
I son and Brlnkman. 

I Conner Frank H, elk McKee & Co, h 472 N 
1 East. 

I Conner Frank M, tel opr, h 8 Lynn. 
I Conner Frank W, broommkr, b s e cor 
I Jackson and Brlnkman. 

Conner Hannah (wld James), b 165 N State 
av. 

Conner James, coachman, 1699 N Illinois. 

Conner James Rev, b Elm av <X). 

pres Indiana Farmer Co, 



Conner John 

h 360 Park av 
Conner John H, car insp, h 29 Nordyke 

av (W I). 
Conner Lee, molder, h 32 N Haugh (H). 
Conner May B, stenog Taylor & Smith, b 

Omer av (I). 
Conner Morris, fl-ig-raan, h 260 Bates. 
Conner Oliver I, trav agt McKee & Co, h 

100 Pleasant. 
I 'onner Otis, blksmJth, h 158 Madison av. 
I ; onner Otto, elk, b 1 Spann av. 
' Conner Richard A, printer, h 423 N Mlssis- 
\ sippi. 

, Conner Samuel M Rev, h Downey av (I). 
, Corner Timothy J, fireman, h 105 N State 

I Conner Wm A, trav : 
I Conner Wm H, cook, 
■ Conner Wm H, phys s s Orange av 
Hamilton av, h same. 
Conner Wm M, trav agt, h 560 Ash. 



Wm. Q. Rubush, 

CA RPEAITER AND 
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233 BELLEFONTAINE STREBT. 



Conner Wm R, broker 17 S Meridian, b 560 
Ash. 

Conner Wm S, baker, h 140 Madison av. 

Conners James, carp, b 577 E 8th. 

Conners John, lab, h 45 HeleiL 

Ccnners John, tmstr, h 32 Bismarck. 

Conners Michael, lab, b 7 Bates. 

Ccnners Michael, lab, h 79 S California. 

Ccnners Thomas, elk, b 543 Shelby. 

Connett Joseph, lab, b 119 Indiana av. 

Ccrnette John B, h 430 S Tennessee. 

CONNIAR JAMBS G, Propr Tbe Drum 
Sample Room, Clioice Wines, 

Llanors and Cigars 17 Circle, h 2»5 
Blackford. 

Connolly, see also Conley and Connelly. 

Connolly Joseph W, pres Am Lounge Co, h 
171 Park av. 

Ccnnor, see also Conner and ©'Conner. 

Connor Bridget (wid Patrick), b 440 S West. 

Ccnnor David, tel opr, b 362 S West. 

Connor Edwaid, h 17 N New Jersey. 

Connor Hannah (wid Mark), h 1 Elizabeth. 

Connor James, horse shoer. b 202 W South. 

Ccnnor John, foreman, b 21 Buchanan. 

Ccnnor James, lab, h 13 Spann av. 

Connor John, grocer 362 S West, h same. 

Connor John, horseshoer 48 Kentucky av. 
b 202 S West. 

Connor John, lab, b 96 W Merrill. 

Ccrmor John P, brickmason, h 234 S Olive. 

Connor John F, molder, b rear 236 S Ten- 
nessee. 

Connor John P, lab, b 52 Haugh (H). 

Connor Kate (wld John), h rear 232 S Ten- 
nessee. 

Connor Mary (wid Maurices), h rear 501 E 
Georgia. 

Connor Mary, teacher P S No 20, b 234 S 
Olive. 

Connor Michael, fireman, b 3 Leota. 

Connor Michael, horseshoer 83 W Wabash, 
h 202 W South. 

Connor Michael, lab, b 103 Maple. 

Ccnnor Patrick, lab. h 440 S West. 

Connor Robert, h 492 N Tennessee. 

Connor Robert, h 445 College av. 

Connor Thomas, bricklayer, b 146 W Ver- 

Connor Thomas, lab, h 52 Haugh (H). 
Connors Belle (wid Charles H), h US W 

Marj'land. 
Connors James, lab, h 323 W Maryland. 
Connors Michael, lab, b 305 S West. 
Connors Patrick, lab, b 126 Blackford. 
Connors Patrick, lab, h 29 Grant. 
Connors Thomas, lab, b 4 McGill. 
Connors Wm E, b W Addison (N I). 
Conoughton, see also Connaughton. 
Conoughton John, lab, h 483 S West. 
Conovan Ada, h 290 Chestnut. 
Conovan John W, engr, r 190V4 S Illinois, 
Conover George R. dentist A P Herron.r 8 

Grand Opera House blk. 
Conover Joseph, brakeman, b 108 Batea 
Conover Samuel, lab, b 104 Blackford. 
CONOVER WM, Honse, Safe and Mn- 

chlnery Mover 29!» W^ Wasbington; 

Tel 98«; Ii 17 Holly av (W^ I.) See adv 

class House Movers.) 
Conover Wm C, carp, h 1389 N Mississippi. 
Conrad Amilda, dressmkr 250 W Market, h 

Conrad Coston W, carp, h W McLane 

(N I). 
Conrad Emerson L, carp, h W McLane 

(N I). 
Conrad Emil, peddler, b 69 N Alabama. 



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Conrad Ernest, dyer, h 44 N Mississippi. 

Cccrad Henry, lab, h 21 McGlnnls. 

Conrad Lycurgus, carp, h E McLane (N I). 

Conrad Owen J, mngr Robert B Jerusalem. 
b s w cor 24th and Central av. 

Conrad Sieg-fried, dyer, r 44 N Mississippi. 

Conrad Thomas, lab, h 250 W Market. 

Conrad Wlnbum F, boarding W Udell (N 
I), h same. 

Conrath Joseph, musical instruments 195 
Virginia av, h 76 N Olive. 

Conrath Maggie (wld Joseph), h 76 N Olive. 

CONROY A J <fe CO, AV R Benrd Mngr, 
Honsehold Specialties 33 W Market. 

Conroy Barney, lab, h 15 N California. 

Conroy Charles F. bartender, h 312 S Penn. 

Conroy John, dairy cor S Brookslde and 
Waverly avs, h same. 

Conroy John, lab, b 249 S West. 

Conroy Joseph, condr, b 7 N State av. 

Conroy Martin M, lab, h 249 S West 

Conroy Patrick, lab, b 230 W Maryland. 

Ccnroy Jatrick J, lab, b 249 S West. 

Considine Michael, lab, h 88 McGinnis. 

CONSOLIDATED COAL AND LIME CO, 
.4asiist M Knhn Pres, Office 13 Vlr- 
Sinia av. Yards Madison av, Ray and 
J M <& I R R; Tel 273. 

Consolus Wm H, attendant Insane Hos- 
pital. 

Constance Frank E, cigarmkr, h 246yj E 
Washington. 

Constant Charles, elk, h 497 N East. 

Corstantine John L, messenger, h 34 New- 
man. 

Constantine Rufus C, elk, b 34 Newmafi. 

CONSUM'SRS' GAS TRUST CO, Robert 
N Lamb Pres, Henry Cobnrn Vlce- 
Pres, Henient Lyman Sec and Gen 
Mngr, Jnltns F Pratt Treas, Wm H 
Shackleton Snpt, 43 to 49 N Tennes- 
see; Tel 826. 

CONTINENTAL LINE FAST FREIGHT, 
Wm C Lynn Agt, Daniel B O'Connor 
Contracting Agt, 21 S Meridian; Tel 
825. 

Convent of the Good Shepherd, s s Ray- 
mond w of S Meridian. 

Convent of the Sacred Heart, cor Meridian 
and Palmer. 

Conver Charles A, lather, h 162 John. 

Conver John, lather, h 655 N Tennessee. 

Conver Sarah (wld John), b 162 John. 

Converse Abbie A (wld Samuel), h 175 W 
Ohio. 

Converse Eleanora (wid Joel), h 123 Hos- 
brook. 

Converse John S. dispatcher P C C & St L. 
Ry, h 27 Roanoke. 

Conway, see also Conaway. 

Conway Cecelia (wid Michael), h 36 Dough- 
erty. 

Conway Charles W, elk R M S, h 457 E 

McLain (W I). 

Conway Edward, lab, b 426 W 2d. 

Conway ^j^dward J, mach, h 1015 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Conway Ellhu W, painter, h 50 Paca. 

Conway Irvin, foreman, b 222 Lexington av. 

Conway James, molder, b 6 Haugh (H). 

Conway James M, lab. h 222 Lexington av. 

Conway Jessie A, stenog The Bradstreet 
Co, b 389 W Vermont. 

Conway John, lab, h 235 W McCarty. 



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Ccnway Joseph, pressman, b 222 Lexington 



Conway ilargaret, h 378 S Delaware. 

Conway Peter, lab, b 198 W 2d. 

CONAVAY PETER F, Saloon 200 E 
■U^asUington; Tel 1792: li 320 E Mc- 
Carty. 

Conwell Cornelius, ins agt, h 69 Mass av. 

Conyers Ora A, fireman, h 35 Spann av. 

Conzelmann Michael, teacher, h 220 Eureka 
av. 

Conzelmann Wm F J, bkkpr Kipp Bros Co. 
b 220 Eureka av. 

Cook, see also Koch. 

Cook Abraham B, carp, h Woodslde av 
(W). 

Cook Abraham L, genl agt Minneapolis 
Easterly Harvester Co, h 63 Ruckle. 

Cook Abram G, cooper, b 300 Virginia av. 

Cook Albert, baker Deaf and Dumb Asy- 
lum. 

Cook Albert, cabtmkr, b 84 John. 

Cook Alfred E, elk, h 77 Fletcher av. 

Cook Alice M (wid Charles F), h 1107 N 
Penn. 

Cook Alva S, .blksmith, h w s Belmont, 2 s 
of Lambert (W I). 

Cook Ambrose, lab, b 349 Madison av. 

Cook Amelia, dressmkr 1 Miller Blk, h 
same. 

Cook Andrew, molder, h 23 Bismark av (H). 

Cook Andrew L, fireman, h 84 John. 

Cook Anni? (wid Wm H), h 48 Athon. 

Cook Anthony F, car rep, h 9 Quince. 

Cook August, artist, b 88 N New Jersey. 

Cook Benjamin, carp, b 48 Athon. 

Cook Benjamin, eng, b 78% E Maryland. 

Cook Benjamin C. printer, h 548 B Ohio. 

Cook Benjamin P, elk r m s, b 144 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Cook Bertha, stenog, b 155 N Illinois. 

Cook Caleb, lab. h 177 Mass av. 

Cook Charles, h n e cor Sherman's Dri\ > 
and Big Four Ry. 

Cook Charles, lab, b 191 W Ohio. 

Cook Charles A, elk. h 115 Prospect. 

Cook Charles C, lab, h 3 Williams. 



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Cook Charles G, janitor State House, h 87 
S West. 

Cook Charles H, agt, b 604 B Market. 

Cook Charles J, student, b 186% W Wash- 
ington. 

Cook Charles M, butcher, h 258 E Mc- 
carty. 

Cook Charles W, elk, b 303 S Penn. 

Cook Christian, driver, h 41 Oriental. 

Cook Christian, merchant police, h 24 Bick- 
ing. 

Cook Christian F W, bkkpr McCune-Ma- 
lott Co, h 417 S New Jersey. 

Cook Daniel G, lab, h 85 Trowbridge (W). 

Cook David, steam fitter, b 291 E New 
York. 

Cook David P, city agt, h 164 Davidson. 

Cook Edward, driver, b 148 Eddy. 

Cook Edward N (E N Cook & Son), h 604 
E Market. 

Cook Elbridge C, trav agt, h 275 Fletcher 
av. 

Cook Ellen, h rear 132 Newman. 

Cook Emanuel, plumber, b 291 E New York. 

Cook Emma L, trimmer Fahnley & Mc- 
Crea, b 35 Fletcher av. 

Cook E N & Son (Edward N and Joseph), 
meats 22 E Mkt House. 



Cook Frank, lab, h 189 S Reisner (W I). 
Cook Franklin C, trav agt, h 85 Buchanan. 
Cook Frederick, driver "U S Ex Co, h 249 S 

Alabama. 
Cook Frederick C, drayman, h 650 E Ohio. 
Cook Frederick J, mach, h 127 Nordyke av 

(W I). 
Cook Frederick W, elk, b 591 Madison av. 
COOK GEORGK. I.ivory niid nonrillnK 

Slnlile HO S Penn; Tel 1203; li 78 1-2 

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Cook George J, phys 18 W Ohio, h 9 Hall pi. 
Cook George R, molder, h 118 Belmont av 

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Cook George T, printer, b 604 E Market. 
Cook Harry, regulator The Indpls Gas Co, 

47 S Penn. 
Cook Harvey E, elk, b 84 Division (W I). 
Cook Henry, brickmason, h 38 Park av. 
Cook Henry, mach, h 591i^ S Meridian. 
Cook Henry D, elk, h 675 S East. 
Cook Henry G, city tireman, h 353 N Noble. 
Cook Ho.-ner, cooper, h 88 S Liberty. 
Cook Ira, condr, h 320 E 9th. 
Cook James, painter, r 224 W New York. 
Cook James E, lab, h 303 S Penn. 
Cook Jane (wid Washington, h 20 N Pine. 
Cook Jennie, h 10 Columbia. 
Cook Jerome P, butcher, b 604 E Market. 
Cook Jesse S, plastr, b 71 Paca. 
Cook John, engr, h 5 Lynn. 
Cook John, grocer 899 W Morris (W I), h 

same. 
Cook John, hack driver, b 48 Athon. 
Cook John, leCb, h U7 Mass av. 
Cook John, lab, b 192 N Missouri. 
Cook John, mach, h 340 Fulton. 
Cook John B, cooper, h 229 Michigan (H). 
Cook John F, elk L E & W R R, h 249 S 

Alabama. 
Cook John H, ins, h 354 Cornell av. 
Cook John J, plastr, h 314 N Noble. 
Cook John M, carp, h 140 Lynn av (W I). 
Cook .John N. brickmason, b Illinois House. 
Cook John R. draughtsman 100 S Delaware, 

r 217% E Washington. 
Cook John W, grocer 419 Indiana av, h 446 

W Pratt. 
Cook Joseph, h cor Brlnkman and Gale. 
Cook Joseph (E N Cook & Son), b 604 E 

Market. 
Cook Joseph, blksmith, b 153 W McCarty. 
Cook Joseph, patternmkr, h 76 Belmont av 

(H.) 
Cook J Daily, brakeman, b Woodside av 

(W). 
Cook J F Piano Co, M M Elliott mngr, 30 

Mass av. 
Cook Kate (wid Henry), h 606 S Meridian. 
Cook Lettie F (wid Washington E), r 21 

Columbia Blk. 
Cook Levi, h 291 E New York. 
Cook Mary A (wid Washington), b 367 S 

Tennessee. 
Cook Matthew D, phys 186% W Washing- 
ton, h same. 
Cook Matthew J, mach, h 4 Gale (B). 
Cook Minnie (wid Hfenry), b 88 Shelby. 
Cook Nathan S. agt Advance Thresher Co, 

r 13 Masonic Temple. 
Cook Norton W, elk, b 446 W Pratt. 
Cook Philip H, mach, h 54 S Gale (B). 
Cook Prudence, teacher P S No 14, b 548 E 

Ohio. 
Cook Rena, h 100 S Mississippi. 
Cook Robert B, h 709 N Mississippi. 
Cook Samuel R, printer, h 173 E Louisiana. 
Cook Simon, gardener, h s end of Hubbard. 
Cook Thomas G, h 3 Williams. 
Cook Thomas J, trav agt Daniel Stewart, h 

425 Park av. 
Cook Thomas V, painter 36 Circle, h 551 S 



Cook Ulysses G, brakeman, 

(W). 

Cook Wm, foreman, h 15 Station (B). 
Cook Wra, waiter, r 164 Osage. 
Cook Wra A, blksmith, b Woodside av (W). 
Cook Wm A, porter, h 329 W North. 
Cook Wm E, h 429 S New Jersey. 
Cook Wm G, bkkpr, b S3 N Tennessee. 



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Cook Wm G, constable 96 E Court, b 47 

Camp. 
Cook Wm H, carp, h 152 Bloyd av. 
Cook Wm H, elk Fahnley & McCrea, h 705 

N Alabama. 
Cook Wm H, ornamenter, h 333 Coburn. 
COOKE CL,AUDE B, Student Indpis 

Business University, E J Heeb Pres, 

Wlien Ullc N Penn opp V O; Tel 4!»<J; 

fc 4« Asli. (See iidv cover and p 4.) 

Cooke George B, trav agt, h 46 Ash. 
Cooke James M, meats 47 B Mkt House, h 

61 Woodlawn av. 
Cookerly John M, trav agt Murphy, Hib- 

ben & Co 97 S Meridian. 
Cookingham Philipena (wid Jacob B), b 860 

N Penn. 
Cooksey Florence, b 176 S Noble. 
Cooksey Wm, lab, h 22 Mulberry. 
Cookson Thomas T, insp The Indpls Gas 

Co, h 555 N West. 
Cookus Elmer J, b 24 W North. 
Cookus John T, agt. h 24 W North. 
Cool Byron M, mach, h 225 W Vermont. 
Cooley John, agt, h W Eugene (N I). 
Cooley Lillian E, h 1086 W New York. 
Cooley Samuel M, musician, b 820 Park av. 
Coolmau Benjamin P, engr, h 142 Blake. 
Coolman Charles, elk, b 142 Blake. 
Coolmau Wm, elk, b 142 Blake. 
Coolmer Daniel, lab, h 77 Agnes. 
Coombs, see also Combs. 
Coombs Eli, grocer 410 W North, h same. 
Coombs Eliza J (wid David), h 148 Clarke. 
Coombs James W, driver, h 148 Clarke. 
Coombs Martha (wid James), b 969 N Ten- 
nessee. 
Coomer, see also Comer. 
Coomer Frank, glassblower, b 213 Dillon. 
Coomer Lafayette Rev, pastor Dillon St 

M E Church, h 213 DUlon. 
Coomer Seymour C, b 213 Dillon. 
Coon, see tilso Kuehn and Kuhn. 
Coon Emory, driver, b 794 W Washington. 
Coon John, lab, b 110 Nebraska. 
Coon Perry, brakeman, h 326 E Louisiana. 
Coon Samuel, lab, h 110 Nebraska- 
Coon Wm, lab, h 16 Sharpe. 
Cooney Edward J, insp The Indpls Gas Co, 

h 170 S Williams (W I). 
Cooney Elizabeth R, teacher Kindergarten 

School No 4, b 15 Vine. 
Cooney James W, molder, h 170 S Williams 

(W I). 
Cooney John D, condr, h 179 Hadley av (W 

Cooney Michael, paver, h 41 Iowa. 
Cooney Patrick, bollermkr, h 31 Elder av. 
Cooney Patrick, yardmaster, h 154 Spann 

Cooney Rebecca E (wid George T), h 15 
Vine. 

Cooney Thomas E (Myer & Cooney), b 204 
N Noble. 

Cooning James, harnessmkr, h 81 McGinnis. 

Coons, see also Koons. 

Coons Charles H, elk, h 492 N Mississippi. 

Coons Francis M, carp, b 563 E Washing- 
Coons Frederick C, elk County Recorder, b 
69 E Vermont. 

Coons Harry C, elk, r 79 E Vermont. 

Coons John W, expert accountant 32 
Thorpe Blk, h 872 N Alabama. 

Coons Sanford P, bkkpr The Fidelity Build- 
ing and Savings Union, b 872 N Alabama. 

Coons Wm, elk, b 203 N Illinois. 



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Coons Wm P, bracemk 

sippi. 
Coonse George W (Comstock & Coonse), h ' 

UOO N Penn. ( 

Cooper Alfred A, b 369 Clifford av. i 

Cooper Alonzo. finisher, h 110 Hill. i 

Cooper Andrew J, lab, h 245 W 5th. 
Cooper Anna M, stenog W U Tel Co, b 260 , 

W St Clair. | 

Cooper Armstead, lab, h w s Hillside av 1 1 

s Brinkman. I 

Cooper Benjamin W Rev, pastor Furnas , 

Place M E Church, h 369 Clifford av. ' 

Cooper Charles A, phys 173 Lexington av, h 

same. 
COOPER CHARLES M, Lawyer 51 to 

54 Lombard Uldgr; Tel 457; Ii 400 N 

Meridian. 
Cooper Charles S, trav agt, h I971/2 S Ten 



Cooper Daniel, lab. 



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Cooper Daniel F, lab, h 305 S Penn. 
Cooper David, barber, r 282 W Washington. 
Cooper David T, real est 22 Baldwin Blk, h 

Plainfleld, Ind. 
Cooper Edward, lab, h 27 Mayhew. < 

Cooper Edward C, lawyer, b 173 Lexington ! 

av. 
Cooper Elijah, h 142 S Judge Harding (W 

I). 
Cooper Elizabeth A, tel opr, b 260 W St 

Clair. 
Cooper Ella (wid Alvey), b 2511/2 E Wash-. 

Ington. 
Cooper Eugene A (Cooper & Wood), h 239 

N Tennessee. 
Cooper Flen (wid DeWitt), b 500 N West. 
Cooper Frank, blksmlth, b 184 N Tennessee. 
Cooper Frank M, miller, h Grand av (I). 
Cooper Frederick D, brakeman, b 212 E 

Ohio. 
Cooper George B, foreman, h 68 Torbet, 
Cooper Hamilton, tailor, h 260 W St Clair. 
Cooper Harry M, elk, b 175 W North. 
Cooper Homer O, watchmkr J C Sipe, b 341 

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Cooper Isaac N, carp, h. 780 N Illinois. 
Cooper James J, cigarmkr, h 425 E Wasii- 

ington. 
Cooper Jennie (wid Adolphus), h 157 W 

Maryland. 
Cooper Jeremiah, lab, h 223 Columbia 



Cooper John, engr, h 256 S Mississippi 
ooper John, prin Brightwood Pi 
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Cooper John J, pres U S Encaustic Til. 

Wks, h 400 N Meridian. 
Cooper Jolm O, pres Industrial Life Assn 

of Indpls, Ind, h 116 College av. 
Cooper John W, contr, h 390 College av. 
Cooper Joseph A, elk, h 212 E Ohio. 
Cooper Joseph K, contr, h 341 Talbott av. 
I Cooper Joseph W, janitor, r 5 Cleveland 

Blk. 
Cooper Lafayette M, bkkpr, h 765 N Missis- 

sippL 
Cooper Louis W, elk Hendricks & Cooper, 

h 342 Broadway. 
Cooper Lloyd, lab, h 147 GeisendorfE. 
Cooper Margaret, tel opr, b 260 W St Clair. 
Cooper Martha J (wid Cornelius H), h 440 

Blake. 
Cooper Martin, lab, h 9 Sheridan. 
Cooper Mary B (wid James R), h 305 S 

Penn. 
Cooper Mary J (wid Jacob L), b 1196 N 

Meridian. 
Cooper Mary T, teacher, b 1196 N Meridian. 
Cooper May, h 157 W Maryland. 
Cooper Nathan E, engr, h 50% Clifford av. 
Cooper Pius J, waiter, h 5 Susquehanna. 
Cooper Rebecca J (wid John), h 305 E Mc- 

Carty. 
Cooper Rosa, bkkpr, r 106y2 N Meridian. 
Cooper Susan F, h 212 E Ohio. 
Cooper Thomas, lab, b 225 Martindale av. 
Cooper Wm, lab. b 17 S Liberty. 
Cooper Wm A, condr, h 74 Dugdale. 
Cooper Wm D (Hendricks & Cooper), h 350 

College av. 
Cooper Wm H (Osterman & Cooper), h 181 

N Tennessee. 
Cooper Wm H, teacher, b 369 Clifford av. 



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Cooper Wm K, timekpr, b 341 Talbott av. 

Cooper Wm R, real est, b 181 N Tennessee. 

COOPER & i;VOOD (Bn^ene A Cooper, 
Charles H "(Vood), Proiir Sleridlan 
Stables 114 to 118 N Meridian; Tel 
1502. 

Coots, see also Coutts. 

Coots Charles E, capt Eng Co No 6, h 1055 
N Tennessee. 

Cope Julia A (wid Wm), h 312 N Pine. 

Copeland Andrew J, lab, h 17 Woodbum av 
(W I). 

Copeland Charles F, trav agt D P Brwin & 
Co, h 579 Broadway. 

Copeland Charles O, trav Insp, b 372 N 
Meridian. 

Copeland Edward A, trav agt, h 551 Park 
av. 

Copeland Frederick T, mach, b Brightwood 
home (B). 

Copeland George, porter, h 342 W North. 

Copeland George W, bricklayer, h 142 Ma- 
ple. 

Copeland James, carp, b 580 N MississippL 

Copeland James M, mach, h 63 Davidson. 

Copeland John O, supt Industrial Life Assn 
of Indpls Ind, h 1170 N Illinois. 

Copeland Joshua W, h 372 N Meridian. 

Copeland Medical Institute, Edward D Por- 
ter, mngr, 15 Lombard Bldg. 

Copeland Wm, b 63 Davidson. 

Copeland Wm, lab, b 17 Woodbum av (W 
D. 

Copeland W Schuyler, bricklayer, h E 
Francis (N I). 

Copelin Samuel, blksmith, h 109 W Ray. 

Copenhaver Agnes, teacher P S No 1 (W T), 
b 90O W Morris (W I). 

Copenhaver Charles, lab, h 28 Vinton. 

Copenhaver Emma (wid Andrew S), h 900 
W Morris (W I). 

Copenhaver Henry, lab, h 107 Minerva. 

Copenhaver Jasper, carp, h 28 Vinton. 

Copenhaver John W, uphlr, h 312 Chestnut 

Copenhaver Newton, car bldr, h 119 Hos- 
brook. 

Copenhaver Wm A, lab, b 107 Minerva. 

Coplan Morris I Rev, Rabbi Congr^ation 
Sharah Tepilla, h 357 S Illinois. 

Coplan Solomon, grocer 143 Eddy, h same. 

Coplan Wm H, stenog, b 357 S Illinois. 

Copley Henry, watchman, h 26 Thomas. 

Coplinger, see Caplinger. 

Copple Hardy (Copple & Eaton), h 265% N 
New Jersey. 

Copple & Eaton (Hardy Copple, Bert Eat- 
on), barbers 824 N Illinois. 

Coppock Andrew J (Coppock Bros), h 355 
Fletcher av. 

COPPOCK BROS (McClelland and An- 
dreTT J), Wall Paper, Interior Decor- 
ations, Picture Frames and Monld- 
Inss 187 Virginia av. (See adv In 
classified Wall Paper.) 

COPPOCK EDW^ARD R, Student Indpls 
Business University, E J Heeb Pres, 
When Blk N Penn opp P O; Tel 499. 
(See adv cover and p 4.) 

Coppock James L, driver, h 11 Quince. 

Coppock McClelland (Coppock Bros), h 96 
Bates. 

Coppock Nathan, paperhanger, h, 278 Eng- 
lish av. 

Coppock Raymond, student, b 156 N West. 

Copsey John E, sawfiler, h rear 338 S Dela- 



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Corbaley George M, elk C H & I Ry, b 418 
W New York. 

Corbaley Luella, teacher P S No 4, b 418 W 1 
New York. 

Corbaley Samuel B, Deputy Sheriff Marion 1 
county, h 418 W New York. ; 

Corbaley Wra H, lawyer 43 Vance Blk, h ; 
s w cor Illinois and 22d. 

Corbett Benjamin, agt, h 71 Minerva, 

Corbett Catherine (.wid Edward), h 329 Co- 
bum. 

Corbett Edward C, painter, h 238 Chestnut. 

Corbett Jacob, lab, h 221 S McLain (W I). 

CORBIN JAI>IE:S M, student Indplx 
BasiueMS University, hi J Heeb Pres, 
When Itlli N Penn opp P O; Tel 49!). 
(See ndv cover and p 4.) 

Corbin Sadie (wid Rufus), b 492 S West. 

Corcan John T, foreman, h 343 S Olive. 

Corcoran Catherine (wid John), h 85 Lord. 

Corcoran Christopher H, oil mnfi- 192 W 
Chesapeake, h 191 W Maryland. 

Corcoran James, salesman, b 191 W Mary- 
land. 

Corcoran John, elk, b 230 N Tennessee. 
Patrick, lab, h 85 Lord. 
Thomas, boilermkr, h 23 Ludlow 



Cord Jesse, waiter, b 16 Indiana av. 

Cordell John, E, agt, h S Harding- 6 s of 
Woodburn av (W I). 

Cordell Richard, elk. h e s Mississippi 1 s 
of 27th. 

Cordes Charles, b 20 Oriole. 

Cordier Peter, gardener German Protestant 
Orphans' Homa 

Cordon, see also Corldan and Corridan. 

Cordon Louis, cook, h 167i/> E Washington 

Cordon Nelson, lab, h rear 27 Centre. 

Cordray George W, lab, b 390 N Brookside. 

<Jordray Thomas J, lab, h 78 Germania av 
(H). 

Cora James F, tmstr, h 71 Lord. 
. Corey, see also Cory. 

Corey Edward, attendant Insane Hospital. 

Corey Harry S, mach, h w s La-Salle 2 s of 
E Washington. 

Corey Leander H, h 674 Home av. 

Corey Loren J, waiter, r 122 W 4th. 

Corey Grin J, janitor P S No U, h 122 W 
4tli. 

Corey Virginia B (wid Leander H), b w s 
LaSalle 2 s of E Washington. 

Corhan George N, policeman, h 210 Bright. 

Corhan Wm C, elk, h 256y2 W Washington. 

Corldan, see also Cordan and Corridan. 

Coridan Catherine (wid Philip), b 27 Bu- 
chanan. 

Coridan Philip, lab, b 27 Buchanan. 

Coridan Thomas J, elk r m s h 910 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Corkin Patrick, lab, h s w cor Davidge and 
Columbia av. 

Corkin Thomas, lab, b 248 E Washington. 

Com Charles, elk, h 254i^ W Washington. 

Com John, carp, h w s Denny, 4 n of E 
Washington. 

Com Mary J (wid Gabriel), h 605 B Wash- 
ington. 

Comeall Hardin, lab, b 14 Ingram. 

Cornell Edward, florist, 452 N Illinois, r 
same. 

Cornelius Albert B. bkkpr, h 571 Central av. 

Cornelius Archibald C, elk b 254 S Alabama- 
Cornelius Edward G (Byram, Cornelius & 
Co), h 521 N Meridian. 




152 B 



Cornelius George, printer, 
York. I 

Cornelius Pembroke S, mngr Vault Na- 
tional Trust & Safety Deposit Co, b 152 K 
New York. ' 

Cornelius Ruth A (wid Cassius), h 254 S 
Alabama- | 

Cornelius Wilbur F, h 233 Virginia av. ' 

CORNET BROS (Jobn G and Lonis IM, > 
Grocers and Meat Market 4J)S aii<( I 
r.OO Collese av; Tel 1(577. | 

Comet John G (Comet Bros), b 570 Ash. | 

Comet Leon P, bkkpr Indpls Gas Co, b SSO . 
S New Jersey. I 

Comet Louis, shadecutter H P Wasson &; I 
Co, b 500 College av. 

Comet Louis P (Comet Bros), h 570 Ash. 

Comet Nicholas S, elk, b 570 Ash. 

Comet Peter P. bkkpr, h 390 S New Jersey. | 

Cornwall Alfred E, elk, b 256 N Mississippi. 

Cornwall George W, engr, h e s Depot (B). I 

Comwell Harry, varnisher, b 228 W New i 
York. 

Corns Anna, stenog. h cor Fernway and . 
Cooper. I 

Corns Harrison, lab, b 371 S Delaware. . 

Coroner's Office 57 Court House. ' 

Corothers. see Carothers. I 

Corr Edwin. Asst U S Dist Atty P O BIdg. ' 
b 150 N Illinois. ] 

Corray James A. condr, h 1402 N Tennessee. 

Corridan. see also Cordan and Coridan. I 

Corridan Bridget, dom, 971 N Illinois. 

Corriden Catherine (wid John), h 354 S ' 
West. 

Corriden Lawrence B, elk, b 354 S West. 

Corridon Thomas, lab, h 28 Roe. 

Corridon Wm, lab, h 41 Grant. 

Corrigan, see also Carrigan. 

Corrigan John, lab, h 80 John. 

Corrigan John. lab. h 269 E Washington. 

Corrigan John, policeman, h 404 N Pine. 

Corrigan Mary (Union Co-operative Laun- 
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Corse Peter, fruits, 

CorUeyon George T, City Dls elk P O, 

B New York. 
Cortney John G, elk, h 136 N Noble. 
Cortney Patrick, lab, b 509 E Georgia. 
Corwin Mary, teacher, b 34 W St Joseph. 
Corwln Wm R, cabtmkr, h 800 E Washing- 

ton. 
Cory, see also Corey. 
Cory Andrew M, lab, h s s Pendleton pike 

(B). 
Cory Edward, lab, 

Prospect. 

Cory John C, artist, b 284 N Meridian. 

Cory Robert F, ins agt, h w s St Peter 3 n 

'' of Prospect. . ,,„ ^^ 

, Cory Walter, elk, b 899 W Morris (W I). 

I Cory W Scott canvasser, h 365 Pendleton 

k Corya Lewis W, car rep, h 94 Marlon av 

Corydon, see Cordan, Coridan and Corri- 
? dan. _ 

I Coryall Frank, tinner, h 85 Yandes. 

Cosby Ella (wid Donald), h 210 Newman. 
• Cosby Hiram H, lumber, e s Illinois 2d n 
J of 29th, h same. „„.„,, 

I Cosby John C, millwright, b 200 W Mary- 

m Cosby Richard M. h 192 Cornell av. 
! Cosgrove Bridget (wid Patrick) h 29 Henry, 
k Cosgrove John D, city dls elk P O, b 29 
' Henry. 

■ Cosgrove Kate, h 173 B Vermont. 

■ Cosier Charles B, elk P O, b U Vine. 



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Cosier Levi A, shoemkr, 694 N Tennessee, n 

696 same. ^ . ^^^ .,^ , 

Cosier Orville D, carp, E Francis (N I), h 

Cosmos Club, W F Wocher sec, 134 N H- 

Coss Henry T, lab, h 335 Bicking. 

Cost George P, elk r 155 N New Jersey. 

Costamagna Charles H, pamter, h 78 Cln- 

Costeno^Allie, (wid Robert J), h 26G S Ten- 

Costello' Ann, (wid James) b 117 Maple. 
Costello David J, pressman, h 30 Stevens. 
Costello .Tames H. elk county Recorder, h 

276 W Maryland. ^^ , „ ^ 

Costello Jeremiah, grocer, 99 W McCarty, 

Costello John, city fireman, h 117 Maple. 
Costello John J, h 276 W Maryland. 
Costello John L. buttermkr, b 272 N Mls- 

CosteUo John M, elk, b 99 W McCarty. 
Costello John T, elk Fahnley & McCrea, b 

322 N Mississippi. „„ ^^ 

Costello Martin, fireman, h 30 Stevens. 
Costello Martin, truckman, h rear 277 S 

Costlllo Patrick, molder, h 135 Church. 
Costello Patrick F, elk, Sehnull & Co, b 

99 W McCarty. 
Costello Patrick J, (Costello & Rlordan) h 

Costello Thomas E, trav agt Fahnley & 

McCrea. h 322 N Mississippi. 
Costello Thomas B ]r, elk, Kipp Bros & Co. 

b 322 N Mississippi. ^ ^ . n 

Costello & Rlordan (Patrick J. Costello. 

Daniel Rlordan) horseshoers, 108 E Wa- 

Coster' see also Caster and Castor. 

Coster Robert H, mach, h s s Bloyd av 1 

e of Fountain. , , , 

Coster Wm, engr, h s s Bloyd av 1 e of 

Cos*ti'gan'"Frank, elk. Occidental Hotel, r 

37% W Washington. v, „. = a „<,., = i 

Costlgan George, brakeman, h 64 S Arsenal 

Cost'in Earl, train dispatcher, b 218 Douglass. 
Costin Thomas, lab. b 3 Carter. 
Coston George, lab. h W Armstrong (N I). 
Cottage Building Co, .John N Millikan pres^ 
Robert Martindale sec and treas, 84 B 

Cottage Hotel, Carlin Hamlin propr, 130 S 

Illinois. 
Gotten see also Cotton. 
Gotten Manson B, trav agt, h 388 N Alaba- 

Cotten Perry W, elk, Lilly & Stalnaker, h 

290 E St. Clair. ^ 

Gotten Thomas J, painter, h 37 Roe. 
Cotter Anna (wid Terrence), h 227 B Mar- 
Cotter Bessie, dry goods, 130 Belmont av 

(H), h same. 
Cotter Jan.es B, tailor 

h 220 Douglass. 
Cotter James B jr, tailor, 



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Cotter 'Rachel (wid Granville) h 220% ] 

Cottingha'm Cynthia A, dressmkr, 436 1 

Cottingham Joshua J, civ engr, h 436 > 

Cottle 'Alonzo, painter, b 329 Virginia av. 
Cottle Hess, plasterer, h 109 Sanders. 
Cottle James, plasterer, b 329 Virginia av. 



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Cottman George S, printer, b University av 

(I). 
Cottman John A. h Umversity av (I). 
Cottora George M, barber, r 504 College av 
Cotton see also Gotten. 

Cotton Albert E, merhant police, h 37 Omer. 
Cotton Alfonso C, trav agt, h 336 B South. 
Cotton Charles W, supt, h 76 Vine. 
Cotton Christian, carp, h e s Excelsior 6 s 

of Clifford av. 
Cotton Edward N, tmstr, h 197 McKernan. 
Cotton Elizabeth (wid Fleming), h 220 W 8th. 
Cotton Elizabeth J, teaher P S No. 6, b 76 

Vine. 
Cotton Isaac M, carp, h 43 Jefferson av. 
Cotton Jennie, dressmkr, 336 B South, h 

Cotton' John, condr. h 371 N California. 
Cotton John H, agt A J Conroy & Co, h 504 

College av. 
Cotton Madison M, carp, 335 Jefferson av, 

h same. 
Cottrell Clinton, elk. b cor Pendleton av and 

Poplar (B). 
Cottrell John, elk, b 131 N New Jersey. 
Cottrell Thomas, poultry, 353 W Washing- 
ton, h 131 N New Jersey. 
Cotty Horace L, barber, 354 Indiana av, h 

same. 
Couch, Isadelle C, teacher Girl's Classical 

School, b 30 E Pratt. 
Couchman James B, dentist. Grand Opera 

House blk, h 28 W. Pratt. 
Couger John, car inspt, h 47 Wright. 
Coughlen see also Conklin. 
Coughlen Edward M D, elk, b 400 N Tennes- 
see. 
CouRhlen Harry G, sec and mgr Bedford 

Stone Co. h 773 N Tennessee. 
Coughlen Wm, vice pres Indiana Natl Bank, 

h 400 N Tennessee. 
Coughlen Wm F, {Cathcart, Cleland & Co), 

b 400 N Tennessee. 
Coughlin John, lab, h 15 I^eota. 
Coughlin Marj'. housekpr Deaf and Dumb 
• Asylum. 
Coughlin Neal, boilermkr, b 15 Leota. 
Couk Clifton B, fireman, b 825 B Market. 
Coull Joseph, painter, h 435 Ash. 
Coulon Charles G, elk, h 123 Kennington. 
Coulon Douglas H, printer, h 190 Davidson. 
Coulon Josephine (wid Charles), h 175 N 

East. 
Coulon Julius, musician, b 175 N Bast. 
Coulon, Laura A, stenogr, b 123 Kennington. 
Coulon Ijouis, barber, b 175 N Bast. 
Coulon Oscar F, pressman, b 175 N Bast. 
Coulson Joseph E, truckman, h 288 Smith's 

la. 
Coultas Thomas I Rev, pastor Roberts Park 

M B Church, h 124 B Vermont. 
Coulter, see also Colter. 

Coulter Bertha A, music teacher, 189 Fay- 
ette, b same. 
Coulter Charles W, grocer, 100 N Illinois, h 

88 same. 
Coulter David A, elk F A Morrison, b 189 

Fayette. 
Coulter James, gasfitter, h 189 Fayette. 
Coulter James A, student, b 189 Fayette. 
Coulter Lizzie G, cashier, b 189 Fayette. 
Coulter Wm J, bkkpr John Clune, b 1S9 

Fayette. 
Counsilman John H, wood turner, h 427 W 

New York. 
Country Club (The), V2 mile W Michigan 

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County Assessors Office, 35 court house. 
County Auditor's Office, 41 court house. 



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County Bridge Supt, 79 court house. 
COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE, a4 Court f 

House; Tel 230. ^ 

COU.\TY COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, 43 

Court House. ^ 

County Coroner's Office, 57 court house. ^ 

County Law Library, 55 court house. %^ 

County Recorder's Office, 44 Court House. ■■ 
County Sheriff's Office, 34 Court House. 
County Superintendent of Public Schools, 31 ■ — 

Court House. S 

County Surveyor's Office, 29 Court House. ™ 
County Treasurer's Office, 23 Court House. 
Coup John, lab, h 24914 W Washington. >» 

Courier The, Charles H Stewart publr, 82 N) 

Indiana av. 5 

Courtney Ann (wid Wm). h 337 Blake. r* 

Courtney Anna, prin German annex High 

School No 1, b 337 Blake. » 

Courtney Belle (wid Dra), dressnxkr, 23 S o 

West, b same. ■" 

Courtney Catherine, teacher P S No 2, b 337 * 

Blake. " 

Courtney Daniel A, mach, r 147 Lexington ? 



N Arsenal 

Courtney James, lab, b 182 W Washington. 

Courtney John, stolker, b 147 Lexington av. 

Courtney John G, elk, h 136 N Noble. 

Courtney John W, carp, h s e cor Caldwell 
and Elizabeth. 

Courtney Joseph C, plumber, b 347V4 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Courtney Maria J (wid Samuel) b 67 Malott 



Courtney Mary E, teaher P S No. 17, b 337 ^ ^ 

Blake. €3 

Courtney Patrick, lab. b 509 E Georgia. — ^ 

Courtney, Thomas, h 11 Walker (H). ^^* 

Courtney Thomas B, phys 501 Virginia av, ^^^ 

h 337 Blake. ~3 

Courtney Timothy, lab, h 3471^ N Califor- OO 



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and counsel in patent cavses. 

(See adv. page 6.) 

Office:— Rooms 14 and 16 Hubbard Block, S.W. 

Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



■■ Courtnev Wm, lather, b 69 N Alabama- 
Courtney Zachary T, teas 23% W Ohio, 
, ; same. 
lU Courtright Albert S, architect, r 5Vi I 



•** ^ Cousins Henrj', lab, h 196 Agnes. 

2 ^ Cousins Rachel (wid Wm), b 121 Colu 






al. 



O Cousins Silas, lab, h 65 Smith. 

Q//1 Coutts, see also Coots. 
Y* Coutts John M, elk N T Store, h 173 W 
f" New York. 
S. ^ Coval Bros (Edward C and Louis), grocers, 

• !. 61 S West. 
■ml UJ Coval Charles H, insp, b 237 Douglass. 
I~ //» Coval Edward C (Coval Bros), h 71 S West. 
n Zl. Coval Eliza (wid Willis), b 78 Hoyt av. 
« 3 Coval Louis (Coval Bros), h 61 S West. 

U^ Coval Russell, lab, h 237 Douglass. 
J- Coval Wm M (Coval & Lemon), h 513 Cen- 
Z (i tral av. 

TS Coval & Lemon (Wm M Coval, Albert E 
._ ^ Lemon), abstracts, 77^4 E Market. 
55 (fl Covall Maude W, stenogr, b 138 W Mich- 

Z 09 Covalt Sarah A (wid (Jeorge), b 107 Hoyt 

OC ^ Cover Catherine (wid Daniel), h 1542 N Ten- 
ia- 5 nessee. 

<^* Coverdale Henrj-, tmstr, b 59 Dorman. 
_. Coverdill Charles, molder, b 107 Wright. 

QL _^ Coverdill Elmer, gardener E Mkt House, 

111", 

DC *0 Coverdill Harvey, lab, b 107 Wright. 

^ Coverdill Wm, molder, h e s Ruth (M j). 
Covert Amanda F (wid John B). h 234 Ash, 
Covert Arthur, attendant Insane Hospital. 

S Covert Elmer B, lab, b 187 Buchanan. 
Covert Joseph E, foreman Indpls Steel 
Roofing Co, h n s Huggins pike 2 e of 
Belt Ry. 
Covert Nellie G, music teacher 234 Ash, b 



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Covert Wm T, baker, h 105 Agnes. 

Covey Francis C, lab, h 379 W North. 

Covey Samuel B, lab, h 21 Blake. 

Covington Ephraim B, janitor, h 22 Vinton 
Blk. 

Covington Squire, lab, h 378 B Georgia. 

Covitz Abraham B, pedler, h 129 Maple. 

Cowan Charles, waiter, h 381 W North. 

Cowan D Lorraine, reporter The Brad- 
street Co, b 111 N New Jersey. 

Cowan James P Rev, pastor United Pres- 
byterian Church, h 8 Stoughton av. 

Cowan Robert W, b 933 N Illinois. 

Cowan Samuel, polisher, h 68 S Liberty. 

Cowan Wm A, vice-pres and mngr Indian- 
apolis Live Stock Journal and Printing 
Co, h 933 N Illinois. 

Coward Charles M, lab, b 177 Indiana av. 

Coward Joseph, lab, h 454 S Tennessee. 

Coward Joshua, lab, b 192 N Missouri. 

Coward Martha, h 192 N Missouri. 

Coward Martha J (wid Aaron), h 177 In- 
diana av. 

Coward Matilda (wid Joseph), boarding 191 
W Ohio. 

Coward Richard, lab, b rear 738 N West. 

Cowden Wm, lab, h 240 N California. 

Cowen Robert B, auctioneer, h 246 TaJbott 
av. 

Cowger Albion E, canmkr, b 12 Gillard av. 

Cowger Arville A, agt, h 37 Gillard av. 

Cowger James M, polisher, b 243 Fayette. 

Cowger Moses T, lab, h 12 Gillard av. 

Cowger Noah N, carp, b 243 Fayette. 

Cowger Remus A, lab, b 243 Fayette. 

Cowgill Ernest C, mach, b 61 Clifford av. 

Cowherd Ell, lab, h 259 W 3rd. 

Cowherd Joseph A, lab, h 13 Mclntyre. 

Cowherd Lucretia (wid Wm), b 259 W 3rd. 

Cowles Edward W, driller, h 2 Elm. 

Cowles Roswell B, engr, b 45 Bloomington. 

Cox Aaron, b 1107 N Delaware. 

Cox Albert, trav agt, b 130 E New York. 

Cox Albert G, treas The Wanamaker Car 
Scale Co, h 564 N Penn. 

Cox Alden J, mach, h 591 Ash. 

Cox Alice, stenog Kahn Tailoring Co, b 6 
Lincoln av. 

Cox Alonzo, engr. h 160 Blake. 

Cox Andrew, b 188 S Williams (W I). 

Cox Andrew J, stock dealer, h 204 River av 
(W I). 

Cox Ann M, h 254 W Market. 

Cox Anna E, dressmkr 157 E Ohio, h same. 

Cox Arthur T, salesman, b 823 College av. 

Cox Benjamin, elk, b E Engene (N I). 
Cox Bert, trav agt Daggett & Co, r 100 

S Meridian. 
Cox Bettie E (wid Andrew), b 823 College 

Cox 'Carrie M, bkkpr, b 23% Athon. 

Cox Charles, lab, b 260 Charles. 

Cox Charles, lab, b 40 Guffln. 

COX CHAKIiES E, I/awyer, Deputy 

Prosecuting: Attorney Marion Conn- 

ty 92 1-2 E" AVasliington, li 820 Park 

ay. 
Cox Charles H, driver, h 79 Wilson. 
Cox Daniel, lab, b 35 Church. 
Cox David L, marker, b 329 N West. 
Cox Edgar G, butcher, h 91 S MeLain 

(W I). 
Cox Edward, engr, h 11 Astor. 
Cox Edward, lab, h rear 85 River av (W I). 
Cox Eliza B (wid Asa), h 99% Indiana av. 
Cox Ella M, stenog Aetna Lite Ins Co, b 

19 School. 



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Cox Emily, h 427 S West. 

Cox Emma (wid Gillun H), h 19 School. 

Cox Euna, elk Cathcart, Cleland & Co, b 

194 N Delaware. 
Cox Frances H (wid Wm C), h 30 W St 

Clair. 
Cox Frances M, shoes 310 Indiana av, h 



Cox 



Frank M, molder, h 17 Bismark 



Cox Geo: 



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elk Consumers' Gas Trust Co, 
Park av. 
Cox George, engr, h 77 Meikel. 
Cox George E, ironworker, b 193 S New 

Cox George H, carp, h 155 English av. 

Cox Georgia L, bkkpr, b 123 E Ohio. 

Cox Harriet (wid John B), h 580 N Ala- 
bama. 

Cox Harry S, elk L E & W R R, h s s 
Hill av, 3 e Newman (B). 

Cox Henry C, b 37 English av. 

Cox Henry C, real est, 138 River av (W I), 
h same. 

Cox Hugh A, engr City Hospital, h 160 
Blake. 

Cox Irvin, elk, b E Engene (N I). 

Cox Isaac S.who eontr 64 S Penn, h 113 
Talbott av. 

Cox Jane (wid Henry B), h 40 Guffln. 

Cox Jane E (wid David), b 155 N Tennessee. 

Cox Jesse, waiter, h rear 201 W 4th. 

Cox John, coachman, 210 Broadway. 

Cox John A, mach, h 158 Chestnut. 

Cox John B, barber 461 Central av, h 58 
Ruckle. 

Cox John C, porter, h 552 Park av. 

Cox John T, elk, h 3 Wilson. 

Cox Joseph, brakeman, b 162 Harrison. 

Cox Joseph, lab, b 231 W 3rd. 

Cox Joseph D, trav agt, h 123 E Ohio. 

Cox Joseph S, carp, b 58 Ruckle. 

Cox Julius R, printer, h 7 Quince. 

Cox Leslie A, reporter, b 1107 N Delaware. 

Cox Lewis M, real est, h 136 River av (W 

Cox Linton A, lawj-er 13% E Washington, 

h 302 N Delaware. 
Cox Margaret A, h 871 N New Jersey. 
Cox Martha J, bkkpr, b 205 W North. 
Cox Mary W (wid Henry), h 116 Highland 

pi. 

COX MIIiLARD F. Jnilife Marlon 
Connty Criiniiial Court Conrt House; 
Tel 170: U 636 N Alabama; Tel 1717. 

Cox Milton, lab, r 132 W Ohio. 

Cox Moses, coachman 230 N Penn. 

Cox Nora J (wid Walter), h 45 Brookside 

av. 
Cox, Oliver, policelnsane Hospital. 
Cox Oliver T, elk, h 191 N West. 
Cox Pearcy E (wid Ellhu), h E Eugene 

(N I). 
Cox Richard, tinner 516 B 7th, h same. 
Cox Robert, brakeman, b 4 Lvnn. 
Cox Robert S, collr, b 354 W 2d. 
Cox Susan (wid John), b 83 Decatur. 
Cox Thomas, lab, b 132 W Ohio. 
Cox Thomas P, lab, h 270 Springlield. 
Cox Walter, brakeman, b 4 Lynn. 
Cox Walter H, tmstr, h 310 Chestnut. 
Cox Walter T, lawyer C C C & St L Ry 

cor South and Delaware, h Greensburg, 

Ind. 
Cox Wesley, lab, b rear 186 Howard. 
Cox Wm A. h 30 W St Clair. 
Cox Wm A, laundrj' 73 N Illinois, h 329 N 

West. 



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II 401^ E. Washington St., 



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Cox Wm B, live stock, h 415 Bellefontaine. 

Cox Wm B, elk, b 248 S East. 

Cox Wm H, lab, h 245 N Liberty. 

Cox Wm H Jr. painter, b 245 N Liberty. 

Cox Wm L, policeman, h 743 B Ohio. 

Cox Woodson H, lab, b 40 Guffln. 

Cox W Edward, boilermkr, b e s Martln- 
dale av 2 n of Davidge. 

Coxe John, cigar mnfr 262 W Washington, 
h 380 W 2d. 

Coxley Joseph, harness 575 W Morris, h 
same (W I). 

Coy Arthur C, lab, b 280 E Court. 

Coy James B, lab, h 120 Sheffield av (H). 

Coy Jesse T, lab, h 471 Martindale av. 

Coy Joseph, cooper, h 276 E Georgia. 

Coy Loveless, carp, h 169 English av. 

Coy Rose (wid Arthur), h 4 Erie. 

Coy Simeon (Coy & Brandow), h 228 Hoyt 
av. 

Coy Vernon, engr, b 447 E Ohio. 

Coy Wm M, elk, h 81 Nevada, 

Coy & Brandow (Simeon Coy, Wm Bran- 
dow), saloon 36 B Court. 

Coyle Bernard, bartndr, r 853 S Meridian. 

Coyle Darbey, lab, b 160 W Maryland. 

Coyle Hannah (wid Michael), h 101 N Miss- 
issippi. 

Coyle James B, carp, h 253 S Mississippi. 

Coyle John, mach, h 2 McGill. 

Coyle Margaret (wid Michael), h 2 McGill. 

Coyle Rebert, mach, h 250 S Alabama. 

Coyle Susan (wid Wm), h 224 Hamilton av. 

COYNER HEIIBR W, Student Indpls 
Business University, E J Heeb Pres, 
Wlien Blk N Penn opp P O; Tel 499. 
(See adv cover and p 4.) 

Coyner John V, civ eng, h cor Coyner and 
Orchard av. 

Coyner Susan M (wid Martin L), h 85 E 
Pratt. 

Cozat Warner, boarding 289 Bates. 

Cozat Wm, mach hd, b 289 Bates. 

Cozatt Charles E, mach hd, h 125 Newman. 

Cozier Benton, fireman, h 41 Beacon. 

Crabb John H, mach hd, h S Isabella (N I). 



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Crabb John S, meats 154 W 12th, b 138 High- 
W Mary- 



Crabtree Chalmers, lab, h 54 Sheffield av 

(W I). 
Crabtree James, lab, h w s^Cushing 1 n of 



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Craft, see also Kraft. 

Craft Augustus P (Craft & Koehler), h 468 

Broadway. 
Craft EcJward, lab, h 23 Catharine. 
Craft Ernest H (W H Craft & Co), b 720 N 

Illinois. 
Craft Frank (Miller & Craft), h 75 E Udell 

(N I). 
Craft Harlan W (W H Craft Co), b 720 N 

Illinois. 
Craft Lee, lab, b Sehurmann av (N I). 
Craft Lucinda (wid Homer), b 36 Tandes. 
Craft Mary J (wid Wm H), h E Francis 

(N I). 
Craft Moreland E, gas fitter, h 286 Indiana 

Craft Richard P, Supt City Delivery P O, h 

879 N Delaware. 
Craft Samuel, porter, r SVi S New Jersey. 
Craft Smith, blksmith. h 286 Indiana av. 
Craft Wm B, mach hd, h 36 Yandes. 
Craft Wm Hubert, elk R M S, h 138 E 

Pratt. 
Craft Wm H (W H Craft & Co), h 720 N 

Illinois. 
CRAFT \V H & CO (Wra H, Krnest H 

and Harlan W Craft). Real Estate, 

Insnrance and Loans IG Virginia av, 

Vance Bile: Tel 1223. 



Craghan James, lab, h 275 W Maryland. 



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Crago Eugene, waiter, r 201 E Washin- 

Crago Harry H, driver, r 110 Tandes. 

Cragun Lorenzo D, candymkr, b 368 N Mis- 
sissippi. 

Crahan, see also Crane. 

Crahan Andrew, flagman, b 457 S Tennes- 
see. 

Crahan John, finisher, b 99 Geisendorff. 

Crahan Margaret (wid Patrick), h 99 Gei- 
sendorff. 

Crahan Mary, cook, Insane Hospital. 

Crahan Thomas W, lab, b 99 Geisendorff. 

Crahen James M, mach, h 64 S California. 

Crahen Martin, lab. h 64 S California. 

Craig Alexander, trav agt Schnull & Co, h 
951 N Alabama- 

Craig Andrew J, gas fitter 160 E Market, h 
same. 

Craig Arthur, lab, h 34 Cornell av. 

Craig Benjamin F, molder, h 46 King av 
(H). 

Craig Catherine L (wid Isaac N), h 383 Mass 

Craig Charles F, engr, b 452 B Market. 

Craig Charles M, lab, h 115 Shepard (W 1). 

Craig Charles N, carp, h 157 3 Williams 
(W I). 

Craig Charles W, elk J A Craig, b 482 N 
Illinois. 

Craig Columbus C, lab, h 98 Hiatt (W 1). 

Craig Edward J, foreman, h 36 Hoyt av. 

Craig Emanuel, lab, b 160 E Market. 

Craig Frank R, elk, b 143 Bellefontaine. 

Craig Frederick W, elk, h 138 Tacoma av. 

Craig George D, carp, h B Eugene (N I). 

Craig Helen (wid James), h 309 S Brookside. 

Craig Helen P, governess Indiana Reform- 
atory, b same. 

Craig Henry, lab, b w s canal 3 s 7th. 

Craig Henry, wheelmkr, h 578 W Washing- 
ton. 

Craig Henry J, supt Lilly Varnish Co, h 
1118 N MississippL 

Craig Henry J, trav agt, b 249 N Tennes- 
see. 

Craig Herman T, contr 452 E Market, h 

Craig Hiram L, molder, h w of Central Ind 

Hospital for Insane 1 n of Washington. 
Craig James, mngr. h 515 N West. 
Craig James F, mach, h 98 Bismark av (H). 
Craig James R, dairy 309 Brookside av, h 

same. 
Craig Jane, millinery 190 Indiana av, h 515 

N West. 
Craig Jessie, assistant Postmaster (H), b 

98 Bismark av (H). 
CRAIG JOHN A, Confectioner 20 K 

WasUington, U 482 N Illinois. 
Craig John E, engr, h cor Putnam and Pop- 



Craig John F, baggagemaster, h 59 John. 

Craig John F, carp, h 200 W 8th. 

Craig John F. Postmaster and hardware 
102 Michigan (H), b 98 Bismark av (H). 

Craig John J. driver, h 34 Jones. 

Craig John T (A Manker & Co), h 17 Di- 
vision (W I). 

Craig John W W, lab, h 95 Hiatt (W I). 

Craig Joshua W, lab, b 597 'W Michigan. 

Craig Louiza V (wid Isaac M), h 383 Mass 

Craig May B, missionary, b 175 Central av. 
Craig Richard B (Andrews Printing Co), h 

187 Archer. 
Craig Richard C, h n s Prospect 1 w of 

St Paul. 



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Craig- Robert A, condr, h 143 Bellefontaine. 

Craig Samuel J, h 205 Tandes. 

Craig- Stephen, lab, h 1672 Ken-wood av. 

CRAIG STUART, Student Indpls Bus- 
iness University, 13 J Heeb Pres, 
When Bile N Penn opp P O; Tel 4a». 
(See adv co-ver and p 4.) 

Craig Thomas, condr, b 75 W 13th. 

Craig Thomas, molder, h 26 Warman av 
(H). 

Craig Wm, h .327 E Wabash. 

Craig Wm, butcher, b 1111 N Tennessee. 

Craig Wm, lab, h 55 Jones. 

Craig Wm, miller, h 123 St Mary. 

Craig Wm B, vet surg «0 E Washington, 
b 78 same. 

Craig Wm C, trav agt, h 64 Park av. 

Craig Wm R, elk, b 143 Bellefontaine. 

Craig Wm S, trav agt, b 452 B Market. 

Craighead Gibson, cook, b 66 N Missouri. 

Craigie Wm, boxmaker, h 58 Sanders. 

Craigle Barbara (wid Christopher), b 248 S 
Missouri. 

Craigle Charles T, foreman, h 248 S Mis- 
souri. 

Craigle John E, svi^itchman, h 178 S Mis- 

Crail George, lab, h 446 Tandes. 

Cr'ail John, flagman, h 273 Alvord. 

Crail Thomas M. mach hd, h 626 Madison 

Cral'l John H, elk, h 380 Talbott av. 

Cramer, see also Creemer, Cromer and 
learner. 

Cramer Anna, r 9514 N Dela-ware. 

Cramer Caroline (wid Moses), h 124 N Lib- 
Cramer Charles, driver, h 528 S East 

Cramer Charles H, trav agt, h 395 Ash. 

Cramer Harry W, h 331 Fletcher av. 

Cramer Horace H, plastr, h 17 Ludlo-iv la. 

Cramer Lilla M, teacher Kindergarten No 
2, b 402 Broadway. 

CRAMBR OLA, Student Indpis Busi- 
ness University, E J Heeb Pres, 
AVhen Bile N Penn opp P O; Tel 4t>!». 
(See adv cover and p 4.) 

Cramer Walter H, plastr. h 49 Draper. 

Cramer Wm E, grocer 40 Pleasant, h same. 

Cramer Winfleld S, plastr, h 331 Fletcher 

Crampton, see also Crompton. 

Crampton Mary E (wid Wm), r 37 Windsor 

pi. 
Crandall George T, salesman, b 52i,4 S lUi- 

Crand'all Joseph M, agt, h 894 N Illinois. 
Crandall Mary J (wid George), h 77V2 

Crandeli Andrew, engr, r 28 S State av. 

Crandell Charles, lab, b 35 Mayhew. 

Crandeli Charles A, mach, b 52 N State av. 

Crandell Joseph L, engr, h 52 N State av. 

Crandell Laura (wid Madison), r 12 Roa- 
noke. 

Crane, see also Crahan. 

Crane Ben.1amin J, h 995 N Mississippi. 

Crane Charles J, ticket receiver P C C & 
St L and I & V R R's, h 56 Highland pi. 

Crane David O, trav agt, b Castle Hotel. 

Crane Dennis E, fireman, h 313 S Missouri. 

Crane Elizabeth (wid John), h 83 S Liberty. 

Crane Ellis W, letter carrier h 70 Harrison. 

Crane Frank O, cigarmkr, b 83 S Liberty. 

Crane George W, bkkpr, h 74 Ft Wayne av. 

Crane Ida M, teacher P S No 6, b 995 N 



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PHONE 664. 

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Private Pbone 570. 



Crane Irka M, bkkpr Josh Zimmerman, b 1 
83 S Liberty. 

Crane Isaac, lab, h 16 Elizabeth. 

CRANK ISAIAH C, Jevreler 133 Vir- 
e:inia av, li 134 Doug:herty. (See 
class WateUes and Clocks.) 

Crane James P, carp, h 106 Fayette. 

Crane Johanna (wid Dennis), h 29% Roe. 

Crane John, heater, h ISlVa W McCarty. 

Crane John, painter, h 349% S Meridian. 

Crane John E, motorman, h e s Michigan 
rd, 3 n of Fall creek. 

Crane Julia F (wid Henry), h 456 W 1st. I 

Crane Leonard, policeman, h 638 W Ver- 
mont. 

Crane Lydia (wid Jehiel), b 200 N Delaware. 

Crane Maria E (wid Amos C), h 125 Yandes. 

Crane Mattie, stenog Kipp Bros Co, b 86 
Prospect. 

Crane Peter, b Washington av (I). 

Crane Richard J, molder, b 106 Fayette. 

Crane Sarah (wid George S), h 44 Cedar. 

Crane Stephen D (agt), jeweler 78 E Wash- 
ington, h 162 Virginia av. 

Crane Wm, mach, b 29% Roe. 

Crane Wm A. cabtmkr, h 44 Ingraham. 

Crane Wm E, brakeman, h e s Shade, 2 n 
of Glen Drive (B). 

Crane Wm H, blksmith, h 72 Prospect. 

Crank Otto G (Eikenbery & Crank), b 494 
W North. 

Crannou Timothy, policeman, b 327 S Dela- 
ware. 

Cranor Andrew P, grocer Vorster av (N I), 
h same. 

Crans James T, ins agt, h 247 Hamilton av. 

Cranshaw, see Crenshaw-. 

Crary Clarke S, special agt Provident Sav- 
ings Life Assurance Society of New Tork, 
55 Journal Bldg, b The Denison. 

Crary Ella (wid Joseph), b 13 Sharpe. 

Cratz Wm O, mach, b 74 Woodlawn av. 

Craven John, produce 33 E Mkt House, h 
293 E North. 

Craven Joshua, lab, h 56 Athon. 

Craven Martin, lab, h 64 S California. 

Craven Prime, lab, h 57 Smith. 



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Craven Riley, harnessmkr 64 W 7th, h same 
Craven Theodore D. trav agrt Murphy, Hib- 

ben & Co, b OS Ash. 
Cravens Charles, barber 103 Indiana av, h 

U3 same. 
Cravens Charles, mach hd, h 169 Archer. 
Cravens John L, switchman, h 32 Sinker. 
Cravens Junius E, dentist 23 Marion Blk, 

h 1075 N Illinois. 
Crawford AUie (wid Samuel C), boarding, 

52% S Illinois. 
Crawford Charles, lab, h 23 Leon. 
Crawford Charles, tmstr, b 180 E Wabash. 
Crawford Charles C, buyer D P Erwin & 

Co, h 12 Ketcham. 
Crawford Constant G, patternmkr, b 511 

Bellefontaine. 
Crawford Curtis L, harnessmkr, h 50 Hoyt 

Crawford David A, carp, b 52iA S Illinois. 
Crawford David T, condr, h 16 Greenwood. 
Crawford Edward M, elk Harry E Zimmer, 

r 78% E Washington. 
Crawford Edward T, gilder The H Lieber 

Co, b 12 Ketcham. 
Crawford Eliza J, milliner 233 Mass av, h 



Crawford Elizabeth (wid Darius S), 1 

W South. 
Crawford Francis N, cooper, h 213 W : 



Crawford Green, lab. h 73 Torbet. 
Crawford Henry J, driver, h 190 E Market. 
Crawford James W. printer, h 233 Mass av. 
Crawford Jo.5eph A, lab, h 398 Columbia av. 
Crawford .Josephine E. h 511 Belletontaine 



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Crawford Luther, roofer, h 75 Torbet. 
Crawford Mary A (wid Elisha C), h 2« 

Central av. 
Crawford Nancy D (wid Thomas), h 12 

Ketcham. 
Crawford Phillis (wid Charles), b 75 Torbet. 
Crawford Rosa, h 8 W Chesapeake. 
Crawford Samuel M, colla;rmkr, b 12 Ketch- 



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Crawford Samuel W, mach, b 5i N Missis- 
sippi. 

Crawford Smith, poultry dresser, b 219 N 
West. 

Crawford Stephen M, whol meats Indpls 
Abattoir Co, h 266 N West. 

Crawford Thomas C, lab, h English av (Wj. 

Crawford Wm, b 929 N Mississippi. 

Crawford Wm, driver, r IbU E Market. 

Crawford Wm F, real est 72V2 E Washing- 
ton, tel 1314, b 165 Coburn. 

Crawford Wm R, elk, h 213 W Maryland, 

Crawford Wm T, lab. b English av (W). 

Crawford Zachariah T, trav agt, h 929 N 
Mississippi. 

Crawley, see also Crowley. 

Crawley Edward, bartender, r 17 Circle. 

Crawley Hiram T, shoemakr 183 S Mer- 
idian, h 166 Maple. 

Crayhan, see Crahen. 

Crayton Lena L. bkkpr, b 59 Dorman. 

Craytou Wm D, lab, h 90 Kappus (W I). 

Creagh Elizabeth (wid John), h 109 Har- 

Creasey Edward E, saloon, 500 S West, h 

same. 
Creasey Wm L, porter Schnull & Co, h 227 

Creasinger John H, elk The Grand Hotel. 
Creed John M, lab. h 2 s Belmont av (W I). 
Creeden Jeremiah, foreman, u 437 S JUela- 

ware. 
Creadon Joseph A, vet surg 550 Virginia av, 

h same. 
Creedon Maggie A, cashr N Y Store, b 437 

S Alabama. 
Creegan Bridget, h 116 Laurel. 
Creeks Wilbert, lab, b 146 Bellefontaine. 
Creelman Wm, lawyer 26 Vance Blk, b 

Hotel English. 

C C C & St L Ry, b 322 N Illinois. 
Oeemer Timothy E, train dispatcher, h & 
Creemer, see also Cramer, Cromer and 

Kramer. 
Creemer Daniel F, trainrraster Chicago Div 

Beaty. 
Creemiller Wm, driver P H Krauss, h 13 

Park Front av. 
CREGG JOHX C, Real Gotate r » 

Tltorpe Blk, Ii n e oor Willlnms anil 

Pay ("\V I) (See adv class Real 

Estate.) 



Creighton John, lab, b 330 E Washington. 

Cremins, see also Crimans. 

Cremins Wra H, condr, h 72% Indiana av. 

Creenshaw John J. dnvpr. h fak- (IV Tl. 

Crenshaw Morgan, porter, h 4 Susquehanna. 

CRESCENT BREWING COMPANY OF 
AITRORA, INDIANA. Jacob Renter 
Agent Dillon and Big Ponr R R; 
Tel 1032. 

Crescent Oil Co, H B Smith pres, B F How- 
ard sec and treas, 34 E South. 

Cress, see also Kress. 

Cress Gfottlieb, driver, b 236 S Missouri. 

Cress Henry, barber 247 E Morris, h same. 

Cress Henrv^. farmer, h Ritter av (I). 

Cress John V, agt, h 73 Hill av. 

Cress Lucian E. mach hd, h 73 HPi av 

Cress Wm H, teacher, h s e cor Brookside 
av and Atlas. 

Cress Wra R, bartender, h IS Wheeler. 



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Cresshull Charles S, elk, h 340 Chestnut. 

Cressinger John, elk, h 15 Harrison. 

Cressler David W, car builder, h S86 W \ 
Washington. 

Cresup John, vamisher, b 71 Meek. 

Cretch \Vm. molder. b 13S N Scioto al. 

Crewett George, bartender, h rear 163 E St 
Joseph. 

Crews Harry, tmstr, b 90 S West. 

Crews Isaac D, elk, b 134 N Noble. 

Crev/s James W, tmstr, h s s Panzy av 1st 
w of canal. 

Crews John W, postmaster (N I), h W Ad- 
dison (N I). 

Crews Lizzie, h 16% Malott av. 

Crews Sewall W, elk, h 134 N Noble. 

Cribbs Harry A, stenoff, h 176 N California. 

Cribbs Wm O B. stenog Eastman, Schleich- 
er & Lee, b 176 N California. 

Crichlow Wm H, painter, h 335 W Market. 

Crickmore Jesse A, fireman, h 535 E Wash- 

Crider Charles E, lab, b Prospect st add. 
Crider James W, driver, r 228 E Washlng- 

Crider Lewis, h Prospect st add. 

Crider Robert S, switchtender, b Prospect 
st add. 

Crider Thomas H. lab. h Prospect st add. 

Criffleld Lewis, h 164 Osage. 

Crillman Harry R. elk. b 697 Park av. 

Crillman Lou, h 114 Michigan av. 

Crim, see also Krimm. 

Crim Cyrus M, trav agt, h 374 Bellefon- 
taine. 

Crlmans, see also Cremins. 

Crimans Alexander 8. eondr, h 22 Jefferson. 

Crimans Wm W, bkkpr. h 40 Johnson av. 

Criminal Court, Court House. 

Crippen Charles W. lab. h 34 Milev nv. 

Cripnin Clarence E (Shoemaker & Crippin), 
h 647 E Miami. 

Criqui Mary (wid Mitchell), h 512 Shelbv. 

Crisp Frederick, waiter, r 268 E Washing- 
Crist, see also Christ. 

Crist Daniel O. phys 29 W Ohio, h cor Eng- 
lish av and Sherman Drive (S). 

Crist George, driver, h E Shoemaker (N D. 

Crist George R, molder. h B Francis (N I). 

Crist John M. agt, h W Eugene (N I). 

Crist .John M, erinder, h 87 Holmes av (H). 

Crist Marvin B, pres Art Embossing Ma- 
chine Co, h 559 College av. 

Crist Melvin A, finisher, h E Udell CN I). 

Crist Robert E, agt, h W Eugene (N I). 

Crist Thomas J, ear eondr, h 915 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Criter James, lab. b 546 W Washington. 

Crittenden Clark T, tmstr. h 105 Naomi. 

Crittenden Kort D, brakeman, b 559 E 
Washington. 

Crocker Minnie (wid Wm), b 127 W Michi- 
gan. 

Crockett Daniel W, Asst Reporter Supreme 
Court of Indiana 109 State House, h 79 E 
St. Joseph. 

Crockett George P, painter, h 62 Maple. 

Cvoruptt Harvev, en-r. b 165 Lexinrton av. 

Crockett John D, lamplighter, h 165 Lexlng- 



Cromer John B, h 450 N Alabama- 
Cromlich Sarah B (wid George W), 
Michigan av. 



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Crompton, see also Crampton. 

Crompton Bbenezer M, tinner, h 19 Vine. 

Cioii'iilon Sophia A, hardWEure 86 Mass av, 
h 19 Vine. 

Cron Adam, polisher, 41 Minnesota. 

Cron Frederick, mach, h 142 Ft Wayne av. 

Cron Frederick, sawmkr, b 41 Minnesota. 

Cronbach Jennie (wid Samuel), h 517 W 
Marvland. 

Cronbach Marcus, notions 98 B Mkt House, 
h 441 N Alabama. 

Crone David L, elk, h 18 N Haugh. 

Crone Frank A, elk Wm Haerle, b 261 Belle- 
fontaine. 

Crone Henry, bartender Jacob Crone, b 261 
Eellpfontaine. 

CRONE JACOn, Snioon 74 N Delaw-ire, 
Ii ::(il Bellfontiiine. 

Crone Louis, lab, h 49 Bismark av (H). 

Croner Edgar B, helper, b 54 Omer. 

Croner John H, blksmith, h 54 Omer. 

Cronin Cornelius, truckman, b 255 Bates. 

Cronin Dennis, foreman, h 80 Spann av. 

Crcnin Harrv, tailor, h 89 W 14th. 

Cronin .Tames A, lab, b 87 W McCarty. 

Cronin James J, molder, b 29 McGill. 

Cronin Jeremiah, sawmkr, b 87 W MeCarty. 

Cronin John, b 29 McGill. 

Cronin John, lab, h 87 W McCarty. 

Cronin John, truckman, h 197 Bates. 

Cronin John E, stonecutter, b 87 W Mc- 
Carty. 

Cronin Mary (wid John), h 29 McGill. 

Cronin Michael J, eondr, h 26 N State av. 

Cronkhite Apollos B, carp, h 43 Christian av. 

Cronkhite Levi A, carp, h W Wells (N I). 

Cronnon Owen. lab. h 44 Bismark av (H). 

Cronstein Herman B, produce E Mkt House, 
h 14 Mulberry. 

Cronyn Wm M, treas The Burris-Herzsch 
Co, h 331 N Alabama. 

Crook Edwin B. real estate 67 E Washing- 
ton, h 54 Highland pi. 

Crook Raymond D, lab, h 244 Archer. 

Crooke Asa E. cabtmkr, h w s Thalman 
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I Crooke Sarah E, dressmkr w s Thalman 

av 7 n of Beech, h same. 
' Crocker Charles E, baggageman Union 
Station, h 16 Meikel. 

Croom Ferney, lab, h 207 Orange. 

Croom Wm, lab, h 207 Orange. 

Grooms George, lab, h 195 W Merrill. 

Cropper Charles G, contr 124 Columbia av, 
h same. 

Cropper James W, engr, h e s Gale 4 n of 
Brinkman (B). 

Cropper John B, h W Udell (N I). 

Cropper Marion, wagonmkr rear 701 N 
Mississippi, h W Udell (N I). 

Cropper Roland T, mason, b 1^4 Columbia 
av. 

Cropper Walter S, lab, h r 205 W Ohio. 

Cropper Wm B, mach hd, h Annetta (N I). 

Cropsey George, motorman, h 261 Alvord, 

CROFSEY JAMES M. Lawyer rs 15 and 
IC— GO E Market, U 23r. Colleg-e av. 

Cropsey Nebraska C, supt primary in- 
struction public schools, b 255 College av. 

Crosby Edward, lab, b 754 Brookers al. 

Crosby Harvey, driver, h 210 St Mary. 

Crosby John, engr, h S Lynn. 

Crosby John S, butcher, h 998 W Washing- 
Crosby Mary, boarding 73 W Georgia. 

Crosby Mary E (wid Tolliver), b 754 Brook- 
ers al. 
' Crosby Michael, second hd goods 351 S 

■ Meridian, h same. 

Crosby Patrick H, elk, b 351 S Meridian. 

Crosby Tolliver, lab, h 754 Brookers al. 
' Crosby Wm, tmstr, b 754 Brookers al. 
, Crosby Wm J, ins agt, b 221 S West. 

■ Crosdale Edward, elk Murphy, Hibben & 
; Co, h Carleton av nr St Charles. 

I Crose Andrew J. blksmith 442 Douglass, h 

: 378 Indiana av. 

I Crose Benjamin D, State editor The Sun, 

I b 408 N Illinois. 

. Crose Fred M, elk John L Moore, b 408 N 

I Illinois. 



Ed. Sheebe, 362 W. First St. 
INDIANA CEMENT WORKS. 
LAAKMANN & SHERER, 

CEM ENT^'w OR K 

Done in English Poetland Cement. 

Cellar Floors, Side Walks aod Garden "Walks aSpecisltr. 

Orders left in Box 35 at Builders' Exchange, 8. W. Cor. 

Ohio and Penn.Sts., Indianapolis, promptly attended to. 



Crose Mary E (wid John A), h 408 N Illi- 
nois. 

CROSE SAMUEL E. Physician and 
Surgeon Board of Trade Uldg, h 
408 i\ Illinois; Tels, Office 11»5, res 
15G4 

Crosley Charles, bricklayer, h 644 E 8th. 

Crosley Charles S, storekpr Union Ry Co 
(W I), b 106 Fletcher av. 

Crosley Harry B, elk, h 297% N Alabama. 

Crosley Mary (wid Henry), b 421 N Ten- 
nessee. 

Crosley Mary A (wid Corydon W), h 257 N 
Illinois. 

Crosley Wm, driver, b 514 S West 

Crosley Wm T, lab, h 133 Fulton. 

Cross Addie, h 29 Ellsworth. 

Cross Amelia M (wid Francis M), produce 
91 E Mkt House, h 365 E New York. 

Cross Anna, h 10 W Morris. 

Cross Charles M (C M Cross & Co), h 
Washington av (I). 

Cross Columbus W, grain, h 248 Cornell av. 

CROSS C M & CO (Charles M Cross, 
Charles E Judson),AVholesaIe Clears 
21 AV Maryland; Tel 1181. 

Cross Frank P, butter and poultry F E 
Mkt House, b 365 E New York. 

Cross Horace G, elk, h 76 Bellefontalne. 

Cross Jacob, lab, h 15 Geneva (W). 

Cross James, h 26 W McCarty. 

Cross James, lab, r ISlVb Indiana av. 

Cross John G, condr, h lOS. Columbia av. 

Cross John H, tmstr, h 1201 W Morris 
(W I). 

Cross John W, foreman, h 31 Barth av. 

Cross Mary A (wid David), b B Udell (N I). 

Cross Perry N, carriage trimmer, b n e 
corner Sheldon and 8th. 

Cross Rachel, h 889 W Morris (W I). 

Cross Richard C, poultry, h 16814 N Pine. 

Cross Ruby T, stenog, b 248 Cornell av. 

Cross Shadrich, mach hd, h n e cor Sth and 
Sheldon. 

Cross Wm, painter, h 363 Newman. 

Cross Wm A, lab, h 178 S Judge Harding 
(W I). 

Crossen Charles, tmstr, h 187 Alvord. 

Crossen Charles S, printer, b 187 Alvord. 

Crossen James, lab, h 308 B Court. 

Crossen John D, jr, bricklayer, b e s Cath- 
arine 1 s Lawrence. 

Crossen Joseph L, porter, h 395 Blackford. 

Crossen Thomas, molder, b James House. 

Crossen Thomas F, lab, h 34 Centre. 

Crossen Thomas F, jr, lab, b 34 Centre. 

Crossland Drusilla (wid Jacob), h 80 W St 
Clair. 

Crossland Harry A, mdse broker 58 S Penn, 
h 768 N Alabama. 

Grossman Elizabeth A, artist 1283 N Merid- 
ian, h same. 

Grossman George E, carp, b 22214 E Wash- 
ington. 

Grossman James K. shoemkr 495 College 
av, h 1283 N Meridian. 

Crosson John D, barber, h e s Catharine, 
1 s of Lawrence. 

Crosswait Louis, driver, b 260 W Wash- 
ington. 

Crothers Mary F (wid John P), h 827 N 
Delaware. 

CROrCH ADDISON M. Grocer 30 and 
33 Clifford av, ll 58 Stillwell. 

Grouch Annie M, h I661/2 W Washington. 

Crouch Benjamin F, lab, h 99 Bates. 



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Crouch Daniel P B, lab, b 99 Bates. 
Crouch Frank E, lab, h 9 Sample (W I). 
Crouch George S, ruler, b 295 N Missis- 
sippi. 
Crouch George W, plasterer, h 276 Fletcher 

Crouch Ira M, carriagemkr, h w s Grace- 
land av, n of 26th. 

Crouch John, carp, b 171 W Ohio. 

Crouch John B, millwright, h 15 Sycamore. 

Crouch John F, sawyer, h 330 B Washing- 
ton. 

Crouch Louis, b 28 W New York. 

Crouch Sophia B (wid John), h 225 Clinton. 

Crouch Warren M, painter, h 302 Cornell av. 

Crouch Wm, musician, h 167y2 E Washing- 
ton. 

Crouch Wm J, lab, h S Harding, 7 s of 
Woodbum av (W I). 

Crouch Wm T, packer, h 77 High. 

Crouse, see also Cruse, Kraus and Kruse. 

Crouse Francis M, books 38 N Delaware, 
h 37 Park av. 

Crouse Jeannette, piano teacher Indpls 
School of Music, h 37 Park av. 

Crouse Kate (wid Wm P), elk A Keifer 
& Co, b 797 N New Jersey. 

Crouse Wm S, mngr Indpls Desk, File and 
Paper Bo.^ Factory, h 304 Cornell av. 

Crousore Jacob, finisher, h e s Gale 7 n 
Glen Drive (B). 

Crout Clarence B, h 312 Park av. 

Crow Albert E, trav agt, h Grand av (I). 

Crow Charles R, phys 32 Circle, h same. 

Crow Rebecca (wid James), b 135 Shepard 
(W I). 

Crow Rose, teacher, b 29 Howard. 

Crow Samuel, engr, r 28 S State av. 

Crowder Burrel, carp, b 1100 W Washing- 
ton. 

Crowder Charles, carp, b 1100 W Washing- 
ton. 

Crowder James T, painter, h 129 Ash. 

Crowder Joseph, lab, b 285 Indiana av. 

Crowdis Hentz, lab, h Dayton av (I). 

Crowdus John, lab, h 251 W 5th. 

Crowdus Wheeler, lab, b 251 W 5th. 

Crowdus Wm, lab, h w s Perkins pike, 3 
w of Big Four Ry. 

Orowe Charles W, brakeman, h 433 S Dela- 
ware. 

Crowe Forest M, elk W D Seaton, h 99 
Beville av. 

Crowe Frederick V, paperhanger, h 40 Lee 

Crowe James W, painter, h 154 Lee (W I). 
Crowe John F, tel opr, h 1/2 mile n of State 

Pair Grounds. 
Crowe Lewis S (Crowe & Keeler), r n e 

cor Morris and Hadley (W I). 
Crowe Walter B, tel opr W U Tel Co, h 

65 Ft Wayne av. 
Crowe Wm B. blksmith, r 195 Hadley av 

Crowe & Keeler (Lewis S Crowe, Frank F 
Keeler), blksmiths, 87 Hadley av (W I). 

Crowell Melvin E, teacher High School No 
1, h 339 N Penn. 

Growl Wm, mach, h Michigan av (W). 

Crowley, see also Crawley. 

Crowlev Bridget (wid Dani3l), h 271 E 



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Crowley Bridget ( wid Patrick), 
Missouri. ' 

Crowley Daniel, janitor Court House, h 70 

Mayhew. 
Crowley Daniel F, tel opr, h 140 Dunlop. 
Crowley Dennis J, tel opr, b 271 E Merrill. 
Crowley Ella, bkkpr, b 171 N Mississippi. 



FaramdGitylioans 
Twenty-five Years' Experience. 
THOS.C.DAY&CO. 

72 East Market Street. 



Crowley Hannah, stenog Kruse & Dewen- 
ter, b 171 N Mississippi. 

Crowley James, mach hd, b 429 S Missouri. 

Crowley Wm, lab, b 70 Mayhew. 

CROAVN HILIi CEMETERY, Slonerliton 
A Fletcher fres, George P Anderson 
Sec, Offlce S and 6 Ingulls UlU, Tel 
l.'>4! Cemetery Michigan rd, Fred AV 
Chislett Sapt, Tel 555. 

Crozier Amanda A (wid Amos W), h 1089 E 
Michigan. 

Crozier John D, carp, b 1089 E Michigan. 

Crozier Warren H, lab, b 1089 E Michigan. 

Cruger, see also Krieger and Kruger. 

Cruger Frank, ship elk, h 182 E Morris. 

C^ull Abner D, switchman, h U6 Nordyke 
av (W I). 

Crull Alfred W, molder, h 130 S Judge Har- 
ding (W T). 

CruU David, h 249 E 11th. 

Crull Elizabeth ( wid Jacob), h 357 N Pine. 

Crull Frank D, molder, b 130 S Judge Har- 
ding (W I). 

Crull Frank F, trav agt Murphy, Hibben & 
Co, h 145 Hoyt av. 

Crull Henry T, carp, h 562 Broadway. 

Crull Ida, dressmkr 357 N Pine, h same. 

Crull Jerome, lab, b 169 Hadley av (W I). 

Crull John H, carp, h 61 Nordyke av (W I). 

Crull Theodore, carp, h 562 Broadway. 

Crull Walter S. blksmith, b 137 N State 
av. 

Crumby Robert, lab, b 381 Olive. 

Crump Emeline (wid Hiram), h 30 Hadley. 

Crumpton, see Crampton and Crompton. 

Crumrine Amos L, photog XVz S Illinois, h 
266 S Penn. 

Cruse, see also Crouse and Kruse. 

Cruse Bridget (wid Michael), h 508 S Illinois. 

Cruse Bros (Michael T and John), boiler- 
mkrs 284 S Tennessee. 

Cruse Christian, produce 86 E Mkt House, 
h Cumberland, Ind. 

Cruse Isaac, elk, r 155% W Washington. 



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Correct Plumbing a Specialty. 
Repairs on water, gas and sewer pipes promptly 

attended to by experienced mechanics. 

Telephone 850. Marion Block. 

Corner Meridian and Ohio Streets. 



'oilet Supply Co. & The Diamond Steam Laundry Co. 

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CHESTER BRADFORD, 

Solicitor ok Pa-TENts, 
and counsel in patent cavses. 

(See adv. page 6.) 
h-) a2 OHlce:-Rooms 14 and 16 Hubbard Block, S.W. 
W * a Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 

O «2 INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 

,Ki:- Rental 

^^ • Fletcher av. 

'rZ . Cruse John (Cruse Bros), h 492 S Illinois. 

CQ U) Cruse John, lab, b 3« W North. 

— ^^^ Ci-use Mary F, bkkpr, b 492 g Illinois. 

^^3 Cruse Michael T (Cruse Bros), h SOS S liii- 

111 nois. 

*"*** Crusius Augustus, h 194 Pleasant. 

^^3 Crutcher Charles B, lab. b 220 Tandes. 

„^^^ Crutcher Christopher, coachman, h 45 Guf- 

"^fci fln. 

i^—" Crutcher Henry, restaurant 750 N Missis- 

^^^* sippl, h same. 
Crutchfleld Robert, lab, h 235 W 7th. 

QC Crutchfleld Stapleton, tmstr, h 235 W 7th. 

H- Crutchfleld Wm, lab. h 403 S Missouri. 

^"^ Cruze Wm, elk, b 188 S Mississippi. 

^ "^ Cryan John, art H J Reedy Elevator Co 
-" 69 Iniralls Blk, b 52 S Alabama. 

CRYST.4I. ICE CO THE, Frank A Mans 
Prcs, Eugene Bretney Vice Pres, 
Joseph C Schaf Sec and Treas, J 
Heiirv Arsz-nian MnKr; Factory n w 
cor Wabash and Missouri; Office 181 
pr, W OUio. 

Cube] Adolph, lab, h 147 Kansas. 
. Cubert f; "org-e W. h 149 Locke. 

Cubert John W, icehdlr. h 149 Locke. 
• Cuckno GeorEre. lab. h 597 W Michigan. 
Cudmore Patirick, molder, b 126 Belmont av 

(H). 
Cudn-nrth Wm D. foreman, h 318 W Mary- 

1 1 land. 
Cuer Robert F. elk, h 234 N East. 
Cuft Edward J. mach, b 196 Bates. 
Culbertson Charles A. grocer 148 E St Jo- 
seph, h 185 St Mary. 

Culbertson Eliza E (wid Louis), h 144 N 
Pine. 

Culbertson James A, elk. h 185 St Mary. 

Culbertson Sauire, lab, h 378 E Georgia. 

Culbertson Walter L, carver, h 172 Cypress. 

Culbertson Wm D, tray agt. h 996 N Mis- 
sissippi. 



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Culbertson Wm O, mach, h 2 John. 
Cullen Alice, teacher P S No 6, r 34 Wyan- 
dot Bldg. 
Cullen James, engr, r 339 E Market. 
Cullen Mary, h 107 W South. 
Cullen Mary A (wid Edward F), h 10 Henry. 
Cullen Michael, lab, b 107 W South. 
Cullen Terry J, treas and mngr Erwin Ho- 
tel Co, h 422 N Meridian. 
Culley Charles P, architect, h 278 Keystone 

av. 
Culley Lavasoir D, mach hd, b 308 E South. 
Culley Susan, stenog, b 414 N Delaware. 
Culley Thomas J, lab, h 1491/2 Oliver av 

(W I). 
Cullings, see also Ceilings. 
Cullings Alice R, h 254 W -" 
Cullings Andrew J, molder, 

son and Davidge. 
Cullings George B, bricklayer, b 254 W 7th. 
Cullings James J, city fireman, h 73 W 5th. 
Cullins Benjamin F, helper, b 44 Malott av. 
Cullins Jane (wid Larkin), grocer 44 Malott 

av, house 461,^ same. 
Cullity Dermis, saloon 249 W South, h 2S 

McGill. 
Culloden Wm G, elk Wm Gordon, b 522 N 

West. 
Cullum Eberle, foreman, h 270 Blackford. 
CuUum John M, printer Wm B Burford, b 

270 Blackford. 
Cullum Silas, pressman, b 270 Blackford. 
Cullumber Mary (wid George), b 196 Fletch- 

Culmaii John, baker 614 N Mississippi, h 

same. 
Culmann, see also Coleman and Kuhlman. 
Culmann Daniel, iron finisher, h 77 Agnes. 
Cuimann George, carp, h lOS Gray. 
Culmann Wilhelmina (wid Conrad), h 157 

Harrison. 
Culmer Laura W (wid Harry H), h 250 S 

East. 
Culp David S. grinder, h 26 Garland (W I). 
Culp Joseph C, gas drUler, h 196'.i W Wash- 
Culver, see also Colver. 
Culver Elihu (Clark & Culver), h 150 Ger- 

mainia av (H). 
Culver Ellen M (wid Leven), h 741 N Mis- 



h 

Culver' Walter, agt. b 242 N Illinois. 

Culver Wm, b 904 N Mississippi. 

Cumback Edward L, tinner, b 253 Belle- 

Cumback ' James M, printer, h 253 Belle- 

fontaine. 
Cumback Oliver T, engraver H C Chandler, 

h 221 Hamilton av. 
Cumback Will jr, sec and treas H T Conde 

Implement Co, h 446 N Alabama. 
Cumberworth Wilbur W, elk L E & W R 

R, b 302 N Noble. 
Cummings Albert L, waiter, r 5^4 Indiana 

Cum'mings Amy R, r 850V, E Washington. 
Cummings Charles, bartender, h 230 Co- 

Cummings Charles jr, painter, b 230 Cobum. 

Cummings Charles A, foreman, h 120 S 
Olive. 

Cummings Charles F, baker, r 363 Mass av. 

Cummings Charles R, plumber, r 226% E 
Washington. 

Cummings Cornelius, gas fitter, b 65 N Ala- 
bama. 



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329 Mass. AVE. 



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Cummings Edwin B, editor, h 139 N Dela- 

Cummlngs Georg-e, elk, b 230 Cobum. 
Cummings Harry, plumber, r 22*)i,2 E Wash- 
ington. 
Cummings Hugh A, teacher, h 5Vi Indiana 



Cumming.i Jean, stenog Deaf and Dumb In- 
stitute, b 134 Agnes. 
Cummings Losey C, blcbinder, r 5% Indiana 



CUMMINGS MATTHEW M, Flonr and 
Peed C3 N Delawaie; Tel 703; U 320 



Cummings Nancy 

Martind=Ue av. 
Ci'mmings Patrick, bollermkr, 



(wid Joseph M), h 174 
109 Mar- 



Cummings Richard, second hand goods 25 

Madison av, b 800 N New Jersey. 
Cummings Thomas, stone mason, h 134 Ag- 

Cummings Thomas A, brakeman, r 850y<. E 
Washington. 

Cummings Wm, lab, b 174 Martindale av. 

Cummings Wm A, printer, b 139 N Dela- 
ware. 

Cummings Wm M, gas fitter, r 226 E Wash- 
ington. 

Cummins Eli A. mach, h 333 Jackson. 

Cummins Frances A (wid Frederick T), b 
510 Ash. 

Cummins George, lab, h 113 W ICih. 

Cummins George W, salesman, h 242 E Ohio. 

Cummins Harry, elk. b 750 N New Jersey. 

Cummins Henry, molder, h rear 221 S West. 

Cummins John H, carp, h 113 W 10th. 

Cummins Marion L, lab, h s e cor Sheldon 
and Davidge. 

Cummins Nannie (wid Wm), h 265y2 N New 

Cummins Patrick, lab, b 34 Warman av 

(H.) 
Cunkle Louise, h 116 Kennington. 
Cunning James, supt Kingan & Co, b 422 N 

Illinois. 
Cunningham Adam A, lab, h W Francis 

(N I.) 
Cunningham Alexander, lab, h E Francis 

(N I.) 
Cunningham Alma (wid Byford E), h 72 W 

Ohio. 
Cunningham Catherine S, b 174 S Williams 

(W I.) 
Cunningham Charles, fireman, h 24 Harri- 
son. 
Cunningham Charles E, huckster, b 170 

Martindkle av. 
Cunningham Christopher, wagonmkr, h 170 

Martindale av. 
Cunningham Edward, lab, b rear 60S N 

West. 
Cunningham, Elmer T, elk R M S, b 162 N 

Illinois. 
Cunningham Francis, lab, h 42 MarUndale 



Cunningham Frank M 

lumbla av. 
Cunningham George W, mach hand, 



lumber, h 166 Co- 

jeorge W, 
Thalman av 2 s Laurence. 



U 40>^ E. Washinglon St., 

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Cimningham George W, uphlr, 



Joseph W, tmstr, h 31 Alvord. 
Louisa, h 25 Virginia av. 
Mary, (wid Owen), h 700 N 



ClINMNGHAM HENRY S, PUysleiau, 
Office Hours 7 to it a m and 1 tuli 
mill 7 to !> 11 m, 354 S Meridian, it 
siinie; Tel 131<>. 

Cunningham Ira, waiter, b 3 Susquehanna. 
Cunningham Jacob C, carp, h 22 Merritt 

(H.) 
Cunningham James H, agt, h 91 Newman. 
Cunningham, James H, mason, h 31 Alvord. 
Cunningham James S, sheet iron wkr, h 

216 S Reisner (W I.) 
Cunningham John, carp, h 174 S Williams 

(W I.) 
Cunningham John D, lab, h 112 Dorman. 
Cunningham Joseph J, paper hngr, h 97 

Malott av. 
Cunninghai 
Cunninghai 
Cunninghai 

Alabama. 

Cunningham Michael, lab, b 84 Bright. 
Cunningham Patrick, lab, b 223 W South. 
Cunningham Robert, janitor P S No. 12, 1 

w s Chadwick 1 n of McCarty. 
Cunningham Robert L, printer, h 72 W 

Ohio. 
Cunningham Sallie (wid Thomas) h 228 > 

Noble. 
Cunningham Scobey, salesman George C 

Pearson, h 297 N East. 
Cunningham Thomas, brakeman, h 98 i 

South. 
Cunningham Thomas, finisher, h s s Lang 



E Udell • 

Wallace E, lab, b 31 Alvord. 

Wm F, condr, h 341 Ash. 

Wm F, tel opr, h 106 Spring. 

Wm G, molder, h 219 S Mc- 



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(N I.) 
Cunninghar 
Cunninghaii 
Cunninghar 
Cunninghar 

Lain (W 
Cunningha 



Wm H, carp, h 95 Hiatt (W I.) W ' 



Cunningham Wm H, lab, h E Udell (N 




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Cunningham Wm I, wall paper, 62 N lUi- 
~ — . nois, r 12 Miller blk. 

Cunningham Wm M, lab. b 112 Dorman. 
I Cuppy Abraham, condr, h 506 S West. 

^^^ Cuppy Ross, switchman, h 458 S West. 
^^^ Curd Eliza A (wid John) b 998 N Meridian. 
'^ , Curdley Robert, lab, h E Chicago (N I.) 

^"^^ Curley Hugh S, ydrastr, b 110 Highland pi. 
^^L^ Curley James J, engraver, b 57 Stevens. 
'~ ^ Curley Martin, lab. h 110 Highland pi. 
\T\ Curley Mary (wid John R). h 57 Stevens. 
f^^H Curley Richard, mach opr the Indpls Sentl- 
TT- ~\ nel, h 102 S Linden. 

C J Curley Wm, mailing elk P O, h 57 Stevens. 
^^^ Curran, see also Kern and Kems. 
^ N Curran Bessie, teacher P S No. 5, b 62 
^^^^ Huron. 

. Curran Bridget M (wid Michael) h 278 
^y^ Bates. 

^^^ Curran Daniel Rev, rector St. Bridget's 
Z2. Catholic Church, h n e cor West and St. 
r ^ Clair. 
V m\^ Curran Daniel F, molder, h 303 N Pine. 

Curran David J, elk C H & I Ry, h 62 
fl I Huron. 

Z I Curran Dennis C. lab. h 1 Dillon. 
? I Curran Eugene D, saloon, 364 Virginia av, 
. h 366 same. 

^^^ Curran Johanna (wid John), h 166 English 
^^^1 av. 
' Curran Johanna F (wid John), h 19 Oxfrod. 

Curran John, lab, h 165 Dougherty. 

Curran John, lab, h r SO Spann av. 

Curran John D, engr Court House, h s w 
cor Ohio and Euclid av. 

Curran John J, switchman, h 182 Bates. 

Curran Julia (wid Timothy), b s e cor 
Michigan rd and 20th. 

CuiT-an Matthew F, gluer, b 165 Dougherty. 

Curran Michael, fireman, b 278 Bates, 

Curran Michael, flagman, h 194 Bates. 

Curran Michael, lab, b 166 English av. 

Curran Michael T, mach hd, b 19 Oxford. 

Curran Patrick, truckman, h rear 292 E 
Louisiana. 

Curran Patrick J, policeman, b 19 Oxford 

Curran Timothy, lab, b 166 English av. 



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Curran Timothy C, carp, h 274 E Merrill. 

Currans James, h 558 Union. 

Curren Barbara (wid Richard), h 289 E 
Miami. 

Curren Lizzie, bkkpr, b 289 E Miami. 

Curren Michael, lab, h 153 Dorman. 

Curren Wm J, elk, b 289 E Miami. 

Currens Hamilton E. driver, h 197 Wright. 

Currens George E, truckman, h 328 S East. 

Currens Harry C, salesman George C Pear- 
son, h 104 Hoyt av. 

Currens Wm N, custodian Commercial 
Club Bldg, h 328 S East. 

Currens Wm P, tailor, b 328 S East. 

Currie Mary D, nurse, b 285 Virginia av. 

Curr>' Benjamin, house mover, h 140 Pat- 
terson. 

Curry Charlie D, trav agt John L Moore, 
h 110 W Vermont. 

Curry Dora (wid David), h 72 E Ohio. 

Curry George W, bicycle rep, h 415 W New 
York. 

Curry Harriett (wid Sherod), h 8 Reynolds 
av. 

Curry Harvey W, elk, b 210 Douglass. 

Curry James, porter, r 223 W Vermont. 

Curry Jane (wid Jacob), h 478 Lincoln av. 

Curry John, lab, b 203 W Ohio. 

Curry John, lab Diamond Wall Plaster Co, 
r 191 W Maryland. 

Curry John, store keeper, r 771/2 S Illinois. 

Curry John S, pattemmkr, h 30 St Peter. 

Curry Milton O, finisher, h 22 Maple. 

Curry Patrick J, lab, h rear 38 Springfield. 

Curry Rachael A, r ZTA W Market 

Curry Robert E, condr, h 53 Ruckle. 

Currv Sarah, stenog A Kiefer & Co, b 342 
N illinois. 

Curry Solomon L, gas fitter 447 E Ohio, h 
same. 

Curry Thaddeus L, painter, h 252i^ Mass av. 

Curry Wm, lab, h 78 W McCarty. 

Curry Wm G, engr, h 210 Douglass. 

Curry Wm M, driver, h n e cor Morris 
and Hadley av (W I). 

Curry Wm N, porter, h 121 Yandes. 

Curryer Louis H, elk, b 220 E Walnut. 

Curryer Wm F (Long & Curryer), h 220 
E Walnut. 

Cursion Charles, slater, b 330 E Michigan. 

Curson Edward, baker, h 252y2 Mass av. 

Curson Frederick, lab. h 7 Cleveland (H). 

Curson George W, candyrnkr, h 456 S Dela- 
ware. 

Curson Harry, stage carp Park Theater, b 
336 Spring. 

Curson John P. gas inspr, h e s Station 5 
n Brinkman (B). 

Curson Letetia (wid George), b 300 E North. 

Curson Wm A, painter, h 336 Spring. 

Curson Wm J, iMunter, b 300 E North. 

Curtin Christopher, b 23 Kentucky av. 

Curtin David (Bush & Curtin), h Louis- 
ville Ky. 

Curtin Ella (wid James), b 263 S Tennessee. 

Curtis Augustus I, mach, b 417 E Washing- 
ton. 

Curtis Cassius P, painter, h 612 Cornell av. 

Curtis Charles W, carp, h e s Sheldon 2 s 
Davidge. 

Curtis Edward D Rev, h 452 N Delaware. 

Curtis Ellen, dressmkr 36 Fayette, b same. 

Curtis Ellsworth, lab, b 21 Roanoke. 

Curtis Frank B, elk, b 140 Broadway. 

Curtis Frank M, office mngr U S Printing 
Co, h 376 Ash. 

Curtis Hamilton C, cabtmkr, h 135 Ludlowe 



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Curtis Harry S E, barber 2SS Mass av. b 

452 E North. 
Curtis Henry, engr, r 648 Vir^nia av. 
Curtis Hiram K, li 53 Asli. 
Curtis James B (Morrts, Newberger & 

Curtis), h 616 N Penn. 
Curtis Jolm E B, phys, h 1056 W Washing- 
Curtis John J, supt The Bowen Merrill Co, 

b 53 Ash. 
Curtis John W, lab, h 39 Wallace. 
Curtis Joseph, porter, h 2 Allegheny. 
Curtis Joseph A, cabtmkr, b 135 Ludlowe 

la. 
Curtis Lorenzo T, baker 142 Broadway, h 

140 Broadway. 
Curtis Physio-Medical College, D B Snod- 

grasa M D dean and pres, Laura Snod- 

grass sec, Charles S James M D treas, 

827 N Illinois. 
Curtis Reuel A ( R A Curtis & Co), r 142 

Broadway. 
CI RTIS R A & CO, (Renel A Curtis), 

AVIiolesnle Monmuents and De»i^ru~ 

«T» 14 Cycloriima Arcade. 
Curtis Samuel, lab, b Good av (1). 
Curtis Wm, driver, r 90Vi Mass av. 
Curtis Wm, lab, b 52 Beacon. 
Curtis Wm, tinner, h 560 Union. 
Cusack John T, queensware 103 S Illinois, 

h (I). 
Cushing Edward, lab, b 48 N West. 
Gushing James, helper, b 102 Harrison. 
Cushing John R, carp, h 85 Hoyt av. 
Cushing Wm C, engr M&WPCC&St 

L Ry, r 81 W Vermont. 
Cushingbury Harriet (wid Tobias M), h n 

s Bryan av 1 e of Shelby. 
Cushingbury James, lab, h 3 Pendleton av. 
Cushingbury Tobias, lab, h 3 Pendleton 

Custer, see also Koester and Kuster. 
Custer Charles H, bkbinder, b Pyle House. 
Custer George C, trav agt McCormick H 

M Co, r 67 S Penn. 
Custer George S, molder, h 55 Church. 
Custer John W, teacher, h SO S Missouri. 
Custodian of State House, office 45 State 

Custom House, P O Bldg. 

Cuthrell John, lab, h 46 Locke. 

Cuthrell Thomas, lab, b 89 Rhode Island. 

Cutshall Peter, carp, h 39 Wright. 

Cutshall Wm A, printer Indpls Journal, h 

99 Keystone av. 
Cutshall Wm B, brakeman, b 39 Wright. 
Cutsinger Charles, molder, h 100 Sheffield 

av (H). 
Cutsinger Edward, brakeman, b 66 English 

av. 



ton, b 640 N Illinois. 
Cutter Fred P, discount elk Meridian Natl 

Bank, h 640 N Illinois. 
Cutter Lillie, h 90 N New Jersey. 
Cutting John, agt, b 894 N Illinois. 
Cutts Didaima (wid Adam), b W Addison 

(N I). 
Cutts Harvey, lab, h W Addison (N I). 
CUTTS SILAS M, Stadent Indpls Bnsl- 

ness University, E J Heeb Prea, When 

DIU N Penn opp P O; Tel 499. (See 

adv cover and p 4.) 



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UNDERTAKERS 

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PHONE 664. 

Residence C. T. Whitsett, Denison House. 
Private Phone 570. 



Cyphers, see also. Ciphers. 

Cyphers James F, carp, h n s Morgar 

w of McLain (W I). 
Cyphers Jane (wid Michael), b 51 Woodr 



Daab George W, carp, h 148 Sheffield av 
(H). 

Dacy John, lab, b 31 Maple. 

Daoy Patrick, puddler, h 31 Maple. 

Dade Wm F, sup transfer, h 338 S New 
Jersey. 

Dady Elizabeth, restaurants 66 N Dela- 
ware, r 12 Smith Blk. 

Daga Herman, spring-mkr, b 509 N Missis- 

Dagge'tt Robert F, draughtsman, b 293 W 

Vermont. 
Daggett Robert P (R P Daggett & Co), h 

239 W Vermont. 
DAGGETT R P & CO (Robe 

K'etl, James U Lizii 

to aa Marion Ulk; ' 

in classitlea Arehit 
Daggett Wm. pres Daggett & Co, h 280 

N New Jersey. 
Daggett Wm H, sec and treas Duthie & 

Daggett Tool Co, b 136 W Maryland. 
Daggett & Co, Wm Daggett pres, John F 

Messick vice-pres, James S Lakin sec 

and treas, whol confrs, 100 S Meridian. 
Daggy George H, chief elk genl frt dept 

I D & W Ry, h 1036 N Meridian. 
Daggy Jacob A, tinner 287 Howard (W I), h 

89 Germania av (H). 
Daggy Wm, oil house keeper, h 1036 N Me- 
ridian. 
Daglish Frank, elk, h 241 Bright. 
Daglish John, mngr H P Wasson & Co, 

h 250 N .East. 
Dagner, see also Degner. 
Dagner Wm B, watchman, h 1032 E Mich- 



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Dag-y Herman, lab. b 537 N Mississipci- 
Dahinten George, lab, h 453 S Missouri. 
Dahl, see also Dale. 

Daiil Charles, brakeman, b 131 B McCarty. 
L>ahl Katharine (.wid Andrew P), h 131 E 

McCart>-, 
Dahl Peter M, mach, h w s Cooper 2 s 

Bloyd av. 
Dahlniann Charles C, elk Clemens Vonne- 

gTit, h 637 E Miami. 
Dahne Henry C, tailor, b 7S0 S East. 
Dahne Wm, feed, h 215 Davidson. 
Dailey, see also Daley and Daly. 
Dailey Benjamin F Rev, h Ritter av (I). 
Dailey Edward B, painter, h 107 Cornell av. 
I Dailey Harry C, grocer 56 Kentucky av, h 36 
' S Tennessee. 
DAILEV HEZEKIAH, Lawyer S and 9 

Brandon Ulk, 95 K AVusblngton, b 

ISO Bellefontnlne. 



Dailey Matilda A (wid James J), h 707 B 

Washington. 
Dailey May E, h 79 E Michigan. 
Dailey Michael L, tel opr, b 107 Cornell av. 
DaUey Morris H, car builder, b 157 N Ten- 

Dailey Trousseau W, hardware 707 B Wash- 
ington, h same. 
DaJley Wm, blksmith, h 259 W Washing- 
Daily Charles, fireman, b 32 N Summit. 
Daily David W, elk, b 102 N Summit. 
Daily Frank S. plumber, b 32 N Summit. 
Daily James M, lab, b 100 Geisendorff. 
Daily Jane (wid John), b s s W Sth 3 w 

canal. 
DAILY LIVE STOCK JOURNAL, Indi- 
anapolis Live Stoclc Jonrnal and 
Printing Co Pnblisliers, Union Stock 
(W I); Tel 344. 



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FRANK M. DELL, 

COAL AND LIME, 

378 to 400 E. Washingfton St. 

TEl.. 1310. 



Daily Morton J, brakeman, b 38 Jefferson 
av. 

Daia Eliza R (wid Robert), h 177 Park av. 

Ualand Henry M, elk. r 72 W New York. 

Dalbej- Edward R, cigarmkr, h 619 S Me- 
ridian. 

Dalbey Russell J, cigarmkr, b 155 Shelby. 

iJale, see also Dahl. 

Dale Bumham C, drug elk City Dispensary, 
b 432 Central av. 



DALE CHARLES A & CO (Charles A 
Dale), Real Estate and Investment 
Broker 88 Circle. (See top lines.) 

Dale John D, tel opr, h 133 E McCarty. 

Dale J Taylor, condr, h 355 S West. 

Dale Oliver S, wood worker, h 432 Central 

Dale Sophia J, dressmkr 137 Madison, b 

Dale Wesley L, tmstr, h e s Churchman's 
pike 2 s of Belt Ry. 

Dale Wm A, lab, h 136 Sheffield av (H). 

Dale Lea E (wid James), b 137 Madison. 

Daley, see also Daly. 

Daley Daniel A, butcher, b 337 W Mary- 
land. 

Daley John, paper hanger, b 444 W Wash- 
ington. 

Daley Kate (wid Bnos), h 444 W Wash- 
ington. 

Dallas George B, millwTight,h 107 Belmont 
av (H). 

Dallas James A, printer Indpls News, h 71 
Pleasant 

Daller Albert, elk, h 142 N Mississippi. 

Dalrymple Charles, caJ-p J N Millikan & 
Co, h 11 Harvey. 

Dalrymple George H, elk, b 86 Dorman. 

Dalrymple John M (Indpls Harness Co), h 
183 Park av. 

Dalrymple Joseph A, harnessmkr. h 869 N 
Ne'v Jersey. 

Dalrymple Maude, stenog Indpls Drug Co, 
b 11 Harvey. 

Dalrymple Owen W, foreman, h 86 Dorman. 

Dalrymple & Hendrickson (John M Dal- 
rymple, Edwin A Hendrickson), Indpls 
Harness Co, 10-16 McCrea, tel 1397. 

Dalton Anna, cashier John C Dalton, b 218 
Buchanan. 

Dalton Christopher, stone cutter, h 774 N 



Dalton Christopher J, elk H P Wasson & 
Co, b 774 N Mississippi. 

Dalton Edward J, condr, h 69 LaSalle. 

Dalton Edward J, elk, b 776 N Mississippi. 

Dalton James, lab, b 413 S Missouri. 

Dalton Jesse H, woodturner, h 244 Tandes. 

Dalton John, bollermkr, b e s Station 4 n 
Brinkman (B). 

Dalton John, helper, h 373 S Missouri. 

DALTOIV JOHN C, Hatter Bates Honse 
G4 \V Washington, h 325 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Dalton Mary C (wid Michael), h 413 S Mis- 
souri 

Dalton Maurice, engr, h 135 N Arsenal av. 

Dalton Nathan F (Dalton & Merrifield), h 
208 N Alabama. 

Dalton Noah, lab, b 170 Yandes. 

Dalton Thomas, h 218 Buchanan. 

Dalton Thomas, lab, b 413 S Missouri. 

Dalton Thomas J, cigarmkr, b 774 N Mis- 
sissippi. 



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Dalton Wm D, elk John C Dalton, b 218 

Buchanan. 
UAL.TOIV & MTSRRIFIELD (NatUan F 

Dalton, Charles E Merrlfield}, L,nm- 

ber, Sash, Doors and Dlinds ao to 50 

S Noble nr 12 AVasliington; Tel 952. 

iSoe top lines.) 
Daly, see also Dalley and Daley. 
DAIiY CHARLES P, General Passenger 

and Ticket Asent L K .^ ^V R R, h 

337 College av. 
Daly Christopher, nurse 105 Birch av, b 

same (W I). 
Daly Daniel A, lab. h 259 S Mississippi. 
Daly Frank, molder, b 289 Virginia av. 
Daly George W, molder, h 105 Birch av 

(W I). 
Daly James E, brakeman, h 59 Haugh (H). 
Daly John, pavlour, b 50 S West- 
Daly Peter, foreman, h 5% Indiana av. 
Dalzell, see Delzell. 

Dambacher Anton P, carp, b 38 Warren. 
Dambacher Barbara (wid John), h 38 War- 



Dame Jason, elk, h 37 Cherry. 

Damme Hermine (wid Frank E), h 67 

Beaty. 
Dammel Michael W, mason, h 75 Downey. 
Dammeyer, see also Dummeyer. 
Dammeyer Charles (Charles Dammeyer & 

Son), h 124 N East. 
Dammeyer Charles G (Charles Dammeyer 

& Son), h 310 E Georg-ia, 
Dammeyer Charles & Son (Charles & 

Charles G), 247 E Washington. 
Dammeyer Edward C, elk, h 636 E Market. 
Dammeyer Henry G, elk, b 124 N East. 
Dammeyer Marie L (wid Andrew), grocer 

669 E Washington, h same. 
Dammeyer Theodore H, elk, b 14 N East. 
Damphier Wm, lab, b n s Huggin's pike 2 

e of Belt Ry. 
Danaeker Charles A, engr, h 918 S Meridian. 
Danacker Wm, cabtmkr, h 134 Church. 
Danahey Flory, bartender, h 51 Williams. 
Danbury Hat Co, Wm E Kleinsmith mngr, 

23 W Washington. 
Daney May, boarding 211 E Ohio, h same. 
Dane Martha E (wid George B), h 68 S Me- 

Lane (W I). 
Danford Thomas, lab, b 90 N New Jersey. 
Danforth Ozias J, foreman, h 326 W Ver- 
mont. 
Danforth Truman, b 326 W Vermont. 
Dangler Christopher F, elk, b w s Linwood 

av 1 s of Michigan. 
Dangler Sarah E, h 99^4 Mass av. 
Daniel Adam, lab, h 50 Kappus (W I). 
Daniel Charles, carp, h 415 S West. 
Daniel Frank N, bkkpr, b 25 Sinker. 
Daniel Harriet M (wid Wm H), b 468 N 

EasL 
Daniel John, lab, b 273 Indiana av. 
Daniel Wm, lab, h 25 Sinker. 
Daniels Dwight F, delivery elk, h rear 23 

Daniels ' Edward (Baker & Daniels) and 
pres Dime Savings and Loan Assn, h SS3 
N Penn. 

Daniels Elwood, foreman, r 69 W Market. 

Daniels B Anna, phys 41 Beville av, h same. 

Daniels Frederick W, driver, h 413 W 
North. 

Daniels George B, elk, b 769 N Tennessee. 

Daniels George T, mach, h 41 Beville av. 




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Daniels Henry L,, carp, h 46 Eureka av. 
Daniels Isabella N, bkkpr, b 24 Gregg. 
Daniels James lab, h rear 329 B Michigan. 
Daniels John, h 769^4 N Tennessee. 
Daniels Leopold, Depty Clk Marion County, 

r 29V4 N Penn. 
Daniels Lulu C, teacher Girls' Classical 

School, b 30 E Pratt. 
Daniels Mary M (wid Samuel P), h 109 S 

New Jersey. 
Daniels Mattie, elk Order of Chosen Friends, 

r 41 Windsor BIk. 
DANIELS MILTON H, Justice of the 

Peace 40 N Delaware! Tel 1403; h 3« 

Fletcher av. 
Daniels RoUa E, elk, h 511 S Tennessee. 
Daniels Thomas lab, h 213 Elm. 
Daniels Wm E, meats E Mkt House, h 167 

W 1st 
Danihy Patrick E, elk, b 63 Spann av. 
Danily Peter, lab, h 63 Spann av. .^ 

Danke Albert, saloon, 250 S Meridian, h ■MM 

same. 
Danke August, tmstr, h 51 WeghorsL ^* 

Dannan Thomas F, elk r m s, r 117 S Illi- .,3 

nois. 1^ 

Dannecker Wm cabtmkr, h 134 Church. 3 < >1 

Danner James H, blksmith, h 54 Tremont Jo ^ 

av (H). "< n 1^ 

Danner John D, blksmith, h s s Clay 5 e of B 3, I 

S Meridian. Sf 

Danner Thomas, butcher, h s s Vincennes al g- 

1 e of W Morris (W I). 
DANNETTELLE FENELON F, Drngglst 

1!)7 Christian av, h same: Tel 9i)3. * 

Dannie Catherine A (wid Joseph), dry goods 

360 Ela.ke, h same. • 

Danninberg Collie, r 951/2 N Delaware. 
Danser Gustus, fireman, r 28 S State ; 
Danske Wm, brewer, h 48 Dunlop. 
Dantzer Albert G, b California ouse. 



Danner Andrew, 



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Danner Charles F, horseshoer 860 S Merid- .^^^ 
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, Dantzer George A, elk California House, b 

same. 
\ Danz Catherine (wid Casper), h 17 Edward 
I IW IJ. 

Danz Frederick W, mlllwrigrht, h 109 Cherry. 
1 Danz G F Wm, elk, b 17 Edward (W I). 
I Danz John M, bookbinder, b 17 Edward (W 
I). 

Dapkus John, molder, b 40 Holmes av (H). 
I Darbin Joseph, lab, h ISSVi W MerrUl. 
. Darby Andrew B, driver, h 72 Seville av. 
I Darby Laura C, stenog, r 211 N Illinois. 
' Darby Wm, lab, b 72 Beville av. 

Darby Wm, letter carrier, h 161 Spann av. 

Darcey John, lab, h 9% Quince 
iTarcy Peter J, lab. h 31 Buchanan. 
I Dare Lillle, h 1641/2 W Washington. 
, Dargitz Charles S, elk r m s, h 107 Andrews. 
' Dark Charles B (McGilliard & Dark), vice- 
I pres Indiana Insurance Co of Indianapo- 
lis, h 512 N Meridian. 
I Dark Rosa E, teacher P S No 10, b 299 

Bellefontaine. 
I DARK STEPHEN C. Architect and 
, Saperintendent, Room 15, SS N 
I Penn; li !>3 Highland. (See adv class 
' Architects.) 
I Dark Wilbur W, elk, h 512 N Meridian. 

Dark Wm R, foreman, h 70 W South. 
I Darling Anna (wid Allen W), h 20 Tandes. 
I Darlinsf An bur H, elk L N A & C Ry, h 740 
I B Washington. 
' Darling Arthur H, grocer 951 B Michigan, h 

il2S Johnson av. 
Darling Charles, barber IS Mass av, r 3 106^ 
N Meridian. 
Darling Charles, stenog, b E Udell (N I). 
, Darling Blias, carp, h E Udell (N I). 



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Water Services, Stove Connections, 

Burners, Valves, Etc. 

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Darling Florence E, h 21 Hall pi. 

Darling Has S, condr, h 36 Greenwood. 

Darling James, tilemkr, h 9 Sumner. 

Darling John, barber, r 64 N Illinois. 

Darling Lorinda, h 625 N West. 

DARLINGTON FRANK G, Superinten- 
dent Indianapolis Division P C C C 
& St L, Ry Union Station; Tel 399; h 
070 N Delaware; Tel 724. 

Darmer .John C, carp, h 34 N McLain rw I). 

Darmody John, trav agt Robertson & Nich- 
ols, h 31 Sinker. 

Darmody Joseph, tailor, h 31 Sinker. 

Darmody Thomas F, trav agt Robertson & 
Nichols, h 339 S New Jersey. 

Darmody Wm P, mach. h 565 Jefferson av. 

Darnaby Robert E, printer, h 80 N Noble. 

Darnall Levi M, elk, h 179 S Williams (W I). 

Darnell Calvin P" supt The Indpls Lath Co, 
h 738 N Illinois. 

Darnell Charles S, elk, h 56 Ramsey av. 

Darnell Charles W, janitor, h 51 S Belmont 
av (W I). 

Darnell James, trav agt, b 236 N Illinois. 

Darnell Lewis L, switchman, h 463 S East. 

Darnell Oda, porter The Bates. 

Darnell Walter S, mach, b 463 S East. 

Darnell Zeralda (wid Wm), b 463 S Bast. 

Darrach, see also Dorrah. 

Darrach Charles S, stenog Central State's 
Dispatch b 117 Park av. 

Darrach Frank M elk. r 81 E Michigan. 

Darragh Katherine (wid James W), matron 
Indpls Orphan Asylum n e cor College and 
Home avs, h same. 

Darrah Walter H, drugs 1099 E Washington, 
h same. 

DARROAV BEN I>, Publisher AVheel- 
men'N Gazette 39 and 40 liOrraine 
nidg, h 545 N Illinois. 

Darrow Lillie, h 1541/2 W Washington. 

Darrow Nelson B, baker, b 201 E Washing- 
ton. 

Darrow Travilla C (wid Benjamin C), b 545 
N Illinois. 

Darter Amos R, carp, h 225 W Chesapeake. 

Darter Charles E, driver, h 24% S New 
Jersey. 

Darter Sarah E (wid Amos R), h 241/2 S New 

Dasher Elwood M, mngr, h 247 N Illinois. 
Dasher Grace L, stenog, b 247 N Illinois. 
- • ■ ■- — • " •• m s h 945 N Mis- 

Dashiell John W Rev, h 599 Bellefontaine. 

Dashiell Blaston, b 194 Bright. 

Dashiell Myers, elk Ind Natl Bank, b 599 
Bellefontaine. 

Duabenspeck Nelson, mercliant police, h 25 
Wist. 

Dauby Helen (wid David), h 5 Fort Wayne 
av. 

Dauch David J, baker 187 Elizabeth, h same. 

Dauffalder Louis (DauffaJder & Paulsen), h 
250 N Illinois. 

Dauffalder & Paulsen (Louis Dauffalder and 
Charles Paulsen), barbers 53 N Penn. 

Daugherty, see also Doherty and Dough- 
erty. 

Daugherty Albert U, driver, h 62 Ingraham. 

Daugherty Austin M, carp, h 80 Barth av. 

Daugherty Charles, engr, h 291 Dillon. 

Daugherty Charles A. pres Indiana State 
Medical Society, h South Bend, Ind. 

Daugherty Christopher C, lab, b 167 John. 

Daugherty Clifton L, draughtsman Com- 
mercial Electric Co, h 222 Fletcher av. 



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Daugherty Dotia (wid George), h 79 W Uth. 
Daugherty Edward J, trav agt, b Denison 

Hotel. 
Daugherty James A, bkkpr, b 169 Hadley av 

(W I). 
Daugherty John, elk, r 524 N Mississippi. 
Daugherty John H, druggist and postmaster 

Central av (I), h University av (I). 
Daugherty Joseph F, h 81 W 10th. 
Daugherty l^ewis \\ , trav agt Fahnley & 

McCrea, b 80 E New York. 
Daugherty Samuel A, elk, b 222 Fletcher av. 
Daugherty Sylvester, lab, h 27 Woodlawn 



av. 



N Missis- 



Daugherty Ulysses E, elk, 

slppi. 

Daughters Wm H, trimmer, h 235V4 Mass av. 
Daum August, mach hd, h 579 W Michigan. 
Daupert Belle C (wid George), b 1071 W Ver- 

Dauoert Elmer H, lab, b e s Bismarck av 

n of Grand View (H). 
Daupert George H, carp, h 62 Themont av 

(H). 
Daupert Rebecca C (wid Henry), b 62 Tre- 

mont av (H). 
Daus John, mach, h 263 Davidson. 
Dausch Anna (wid Anthony), b 91 Benton. 
Davar. see also Dever. 
Davar David, lab, h 23 King av (H). 
Davee George W, bartender, b California 

House. 
Davenport Anna (wid Thomas H), news 184 

Virginia av, h same. 
Davenport Charles C, lab, h 20 Marion av 

(W I). 
Davenport Clarrissa Cwid Henry), b 217 Al- 

vord. 
Davenport Frank B, artist 189 Hoyt av, h 

same. 
Davenport Frank B, ins 84 E Market, h 266 

Lincoln av. 
Davenport Frank J, paper hanger, h 122 

Spring. 
Davenport Jerome, driver John H Spahr, h 

18 Newman. 
Davenport John, b 266 Lincoln av. 
Davenport John, cooper, h 331 W Vermont. 
Davenport John, plastr, b 63 Dougherty. 
Davenport Lizzie A (wid Wm P), h 152 Nor- 

dyke av (W I). 
Davenport Louisa M (wid James A), b 1867 

E Washington. 
Davenport Marshall, lab, h n e cor E North 

and C C C & St L R R. 
Davenport Thomas, lab, h 3 Dougherty. 
Davenport W Jesse, uphlstr, b 1867 E Wash- 
ington. 
Davey, see also Davy. 
Davey Frank, cutter, h 430 N California. 
Davey Louis, lab, b 330 S Missouri. 
David Alice K, teacher P S No 11, b 816 N 

Alabama- 
David Benjamin F, h 33 S Reisner (W I). 
David Dorothy, teacher P S No 11, h 816 N 

David Etta (wid Thomas S), h 816 N Ala- 
bama. 

David George F, yarcmaster, h 258 Chris- 
tian av. 

David Lillie R, stenogr, b 816 N Alabama. 

David Solomon, peddler, h 2 Willard. 

David Wm C, vl^e pres The Commercial 
Accident Co. h 94 N Delaware. 

David Wm T, miller h 15 Minerva. 

Davids Max A, bricklayer, b 12 Hendricks. 

Davids Wm, mason, h 32 Hendricks. 

Davidson, see also Davison. 

Davidson Alexander D, agt, b 298 E Market. 



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Davidson Amanda (wid Caleb), b 1208 N 

Penn. 
Davidson Benjamin F, waiter, b 90 S Uli- 

David'son Charles L, elk. b s e cor Illinois 
and 29th. 

Davidson Charles W, ear repairer, h 844 W 
Morris (W I). 

Davidson Daniel, painter, h rear 228 S Clin- 
ton. 



York, 
nroadway. 

Davidson D Lincoln, upfltter, h 24 Osgoc 

av (W I). 
Davidson Gaylon, farmer, h s s Johnsc 

opp McLain (W I). 
Davidson George, carp, h 186 Dougherty. 
Davidson George P, elk Born & Co, h 

Hanna. 
Davidson Harry S, elk New York store. 



Lilly 1 w 



and 29th. 
Davidson Harvey C, carp. 

Rural. 

Davidson James D, finisher, b 40 Mulberry. 
Davidson James H, lab, h 107 Maple. 
Davidson James S, lab, h n s Lilly 1 w 

Rural. 
Davidson Jefferson W, driver, b 298 B Mar- 
ket. 
Davidson Jennie L, teacher P S No 10, b 

424 Broadway. 
Davidson Jeptha, packer, h 84 Clifford av. 
Davidson John, agt, h 170 Davidson. 
Davidson John, lab, h 761 Brookers al. 
Davidson John C, phys 27% W Ohio, h 420 

E Vermont. 

idson Jo! 
Davidson Lawson 

29th. 
Davidson Lucinda M (wid Willis), h 1 F 

(W I). 
Davidson Matthew, lab, b 585 N Missouri. 



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NUMBERING MACHINES. BOOK PLATES, 
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CHECKS, DOOR PLATES, EMBLEMS <S 
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Davidson Noah N, h n end Highland av. 

Davidson Owen, carp, h 351 Talbott av. 

Davidson Preston H, driver, h 94 John. 

Davidson Richard, cllf, h 177 Johnson (W I). 

Davidson Robert P, trav agt The Bowen- 
Merrill Co, h 475 Broadway. 

Davidson Robert H, h 74 Hannsu 

Davidson Scott, lab, b 228 W 7th. 

Davidson Susannah (wid Greenleaf N), b 
420 E Vermont 

Davidson Thomas H, dentist 9 and 10 
Marlon Blk, h 131 Highland PI. 

Davidson Wm, lab, b rear 228 Clinton. 

Davidson Wm A, elk. h 74 Hanna. 

Davidson Wm A, cabtmkr, h 170 Hoyt av. 

Davie Sidney, car repairer, h 644 W Wash- 
ington. 

Davies Arthur E, elk, b 10 Huron. 

Davis Abel E, elk, h 346 N West 

Davis Abljah A, musician Park Theater, b 
19 Kenwood. 

Davis Abner, lab, h 212 Middle. 

Davis Albert mach hd, b 175 Fulton. 

Davis Albert E, h 549 Ash. 

Davis Alex, lab, h 352 W North. 

Davis Alexander H, baker, h 831 N Tennes- 
see. 

Davis Alice, teacher P S No 11, b 166 N 
Delaware. 

Davis Alma B (wid Willis W), h 37 Bates. 

Davis Amos, b 166 N Delaware. 

Davis Anna (wid (5eorge), b 330 W 2nd. 

Davis Anna E, actress, b 116 Highland PI. 

Davis Annie L (Davis Sisters), h 32 Oriental. 

Davis Bartholomew, painter, h 42 Smith. 

Davis Benjamin, feed, h 249 E Louisiana. 

Davis Benjamin M, lab, h 82 Bloomlngton. 

Davis Benjamin M, lab, h 264 Lafayette 
R R. 

Davis Benjamin N, produce, h E Addison 
(N I). 

Davis Catherine, h 17 Lockerbie. 

Davis Charles, cook, h ISO Christian av. 

Davis Charles, driver, b 794 W Washington. 

Davis Charles, lab, h 198 N Missouri. 

Davis Charles, painter, b 80 N New Jersey. 



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Davis Charles, porter, h 172 W Wabash. 
Davis Charles, watchman, h 26 Wilcox. 
Davis Charles A, elk, h 50 Wallack. 
Davis Charles B, elk, b 378 N Alabama. 
Davis Charles C, mach hd, h 65 Maple. 
Davis Charles G, contr, h E Udell (N I). 
Davis Charles L, bartender, h 387 E Market. 
Davis Charles W, elk, b 341 Bellefontaine. 
Davis Clarence K, bkkpr Ind Natl Bank. 

h Washington av (I). 
Davis Clinton E, h 54 Lord. 
Davis Cora, lab, b 150 Qi-eenwood. 
Davis Daniel E, h( ater, h 9 Carlos. 
Davis David, clothing, 231 E Washington, h 

same. 
Davis David, trav agt, r 185 N Tennessee. 
Davis David M, mach, b 146 Michigan (H.) 
Davis Edgar W, engr, h 230 English av. 
Davis Eana (wid Charles), h 8, eSVi Mass 

Davis Edward, h 121 W Maryland. 

Davis Edward, canvasser, h 282 S Tennes- 
see. 

Davis Edward, janitor, h 122 N Meridian. 

Davis Edward, painter, b 107 W South. 

Davis Edward H. driver, h 46 Arizona, 

Davis Edward H, journalist, b 322 N Ala- 
bama. 

Davis Edward J, papermkr, h 107 Blake. 

Davis Elisha, lab, h 69 W 13th. 

Davis Elisha, porter Spencer House, b 

Davis Eliza (wid John W), h 28 Byram pi. 
Davis Eliza (wid Simeon), h 504 Virginia av. 
Davis EUzabeth (wid Thomas) b 10 Warren 

av (W I.) 
Davis Ella, h 4 Gimbel. 
Davis Ellen (wid John), h 217 S Illinois. 
Davis Elliott W, night attendant Public 

Library, h 170 Talbott av. 
Davis Elwood, lab, b 341 Fletcher av. 
Davis Emery E, mach hd, b 73 Lee (W I.) 
Davis Emily J, phys 92 Olive av (W I), h 



Davis Ernest G, elk, h 135 Union. 

Davis Ernest G, bkkpr, h 255 Virginia av. 

Davis Eugene, elk, h 82 E New York. 

Davis Eugene J, house phys City Hospital, 
h same. 

Davis Ezeklel. lab, b 113 Ft Wayne av. 

Davis Felix, bricklayer, h 170 Bird. 

Davis Fleming E, lab, h 207 Le Grand av. 

Davis Frank, caller, h 105 S New Jersey. 

Davis Franlc N, barber, b N Tennessee nr 
19th. 

Davis Frank W, ins, h 410 E McCarty. 

Davis Frederick A W, treas Manufacturer's 
Natural Gas Co, sec Pioneer Brass Works 
and vice pres Indianapolis Water Co, h 
677 N Alabama. 

Davis P Wm, molder Atlas Engine Wks, h 
677 N Alabama, 

Davis George, waiter, r 497 N West. 

Davis (Jeorge, elk, b 243 W New York. 

Davis George B, foreman, h 302 Alvord. 

Davis (3eorge H, brakeman, h 15 S Rural. 

Davis George L, finisher, h 194 N Noble. 

Davis George L, lab, b 123 Martlndale av. 

Davis (Jeorge L, lab, h 175 Alvord. 

Davis George L, vice pres Indpls Electro- 
type Foundry, h 194 N Noble. 

Davis (Seorge P, elk, b 243 W New York. 

Davis (3eorge W, lab, b 42 Smith. 

Davis George W, papermkr, h 146 Martin- 
dale av. 

Davis George W, tmstr, h 176 Bismarck av 
(H.) 



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Davis Grant, mach hd, h 117 Birch av (\V 
I.) I 

Davis Harriet A, (wid Henry), h 155 Slief- 
field av (H.) 

Davis Harry, foreman, b 220 Clifford uv. ! 

Davis Harry L, steam fitter, h 280 E Miami. 1 

Davis Harry M, finisher, h 146 Kansas. 1 

Davis Harvey L. carp, h 73 W 19th. 

Davis Hawley, porter Spencer House. i 

Davis Henderson, lab, h rear 749 N Tennes- 
see. 

Davis Henderson, tinner, h 744 Brookers al. i 

Davis Henry, driver, h 12 Mill. 

Davis Henry, lab, h 405 Keystone av. 

Davis Henry, lab, b 212 Middle. 

Davis Henry, painter, h W Shoemaker (N 

Davis Henry (H. Davis & Co.) h 120 Dough- 
erty. 

Davis Henry A, agt the Huber Mntr Co, U 
287 E Market. 

Davis Henry K, h 243 River av (W I.) 

Davis Henry L, student, b 155 Sheffield av 
(H.) 

Davis Henry M, finisher, h 146 Kansas. 

Davis Henry W, porter, b 212 W Mill. 

Davis Herbert L, tmsr, b 20 Johnson av. 

Davis Homer D, trav agt, b Occidental 
Hotel. 

Davis Horace D, mach hd, h 163 Columbia 

Davis H. & Co, (Henry Davis and Louis 

G Twente) furniture, 124-126 Ft Wayne av. 
Davis Ira J, carp, b 219 Alvord. 
Davis Isaac B, waiter, h 29 Centre. 
Davis Isaac D, contr, h 265 River av (W I.) 
Davis Isaac E, musician, b 1679 Kenwood 

av. 
Davis Jackson, lab, h 39 Rhode Island. 
Davis Jacob D, carp, h 327 Yandts. 
Davis James, h 138 Blackford. 
Davis James, driver, b 141 N Alabama. 
Davis James, lab, h e s St Paul 2 s of Big 

"4" Ry. 
Davis James, packer b 221 English av. 
Davis James, stone setter, b 87 N Delaware. 
Davis James, tinner A V Loy, h 217 S 

Illinois. 
Davis James B, fireman, h 340 English av. 
Davis James C, produce, 134 E Mkt House, 

h rear 149 Bellefontaine. 
Davis James E, h 420 S Meridian. 
Davis James E, gas fitter, h 109 S Reisner 

Davis James P, mach, h 25% Chadwlck. 

Davis James H, insp the Indpis Gas Co. h 
40 Lockerbie. 

Davis James H, foreman, h 132 W Vermont. 

Davis James P, trav agt, h 118 Forest av. 

Davis James W, cupula tender, h 183 Co- 
lumbia av. 

Davis James W, lab, h rear 122 Yandes. 

Davis James W, carp, h 51 Hendricks. 

Davis James W H, lab, h 17 Margaret. 

Davis Jennie (wid Robert F), h 124 Chris- 
tian av. 

Davis Joel R, phy, 92 Oliver av (W I) h 
same. 

Davis John, lab, b 48 N West. 

Davis John, lab, h 39 Rhode Island. 

Davis John, mason, b 67 S Noble. 

Davis John, plumber, b 115 N New Jersey. 

Davis John, porter, r 130 S Illinois. 

Davis John (John Davis & Co), h 243 W 
New York. 

Davis John A, printer, b 317 N. Alabama. 

Davis John A, gas fitter, b 243 W New 
York. 

Davis John D, janitor, h 94 Dorman. 



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Davis John F, brakeman, h 42 Gresham. 

Davis John L, cistern bldr, h 20 Johnson. 

Davis John M, lab, h 125 Hadley av (W I.) 

Davis John P. elk, h U57 N Alabama. 

Davis John P, soldier, b 577 E St Clair. 

Davis John R, express messgr, b 138 Black- 
ford. 

Davis John R, foreman, h Spruce near En- 
glish. 

Davis John W, carp, h W Addison (N I.) 

Davis John W, h 115 Greenwood. 

Davis John W, lab, h 949 Wilcox. 

Davis John W, furnace setter, h w s Grove 
av 1 n of 21st. 

Davis John W B, lab, h IBO Greenwood. 

DAVIS JOHN & CO (Jobn Davis), 
Driven Wells 210 W \trashinston; 
Tel 1049. (See adv p 9.) 

Davis Joseph, h 84 N New Jersey. 

Davis Joseph, car repairer, h 58 Pierce. 

Davis, Joseph, lab, h 21 Wlllard. 

Davis Joseph, mason, h 43 Fenneman. 

Davis Joseph, waiter The Bates, b 346 W 
North. 

Davis Joseph C, foreman, h 99 John. 

Davia Joseph T, gas fitter, b 243 W New- 
York. 

Davis Josle, usher Insane Hospital. 

Davis Keziah (wid Wm), h 88 Malott av. 

Davis Lambert D (Davis & Parker), h r,li 
Hadley av (W I). 

Davis Lewis E, letter carrier, h 387 E Mar- 
ket. 

Davis Lewis J, lab, h 30 GuflSn. 

Davis Lucy (wid Peter), boarding 113 Ft 
Wayne av, h same. 

Davis L Walter, carp, h w s Newman 2 s 
of Clyde. 

Davis Madison H, elk r m s. h 23 Shriver 
av. 

Davis Major, coachman, 683 N Delaware. 

Davis Mame J, stenog, h 292 Broadway. 

Davis Marcus J, carp, h 34 Atlas. 

Davis Margaret A (wid Sidney), h 186 W 7th. 



Steel and IroB Roofing »d Corrugating Co. 

Manufaclurers and Dealers in 

Steel, Iron Rootlns, Siding ana Celling. 

Steel Rooting tor all Kinds ot Buildings 

a Specialty. 

A. E. Long, Pres't. teliphone I448. 

444 to 448 E. Ohio St., INDIANAPOLIS. 



- Bookkeeping, Office Training free. See page 4. 
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Davis Margaret R, dressmkr 359 N Califor- 
nia, li same. 

Davis Marls C, h 293 E Market. 

Davis Marshall, barber, h 71 Tandes. 

Davis Martha M (wid Madison H), h 23 
Shriver. 

Davis Mary, millinery 420 S Meridian, h 

Davis Mary A, confectionery 216 E Wash- 
in^on, h 225 Spann av. 

Davis Mary E (wld Wm), h 185 Spann av. 

Davis Mary L (wid Arthur E), h 10 Huron. 

Davis Mason T, carp, b 575 E 8th. 

Davis Mattie (Davis Sisters), h 32 Orientil. 

Davis Mattie C (wid Wm C), b 128 N Lib- 
erty. 

Davis May, h 187 W Court. 

Davis May B, teacher P S No 1 fS\' I), b 
243 River av (W I). 

Davis Minnie M, h 175 Fulton. 

Davis Moses, h 153 Pendleton av. 

Davis Nathaniel, lab. h 49 Malott av. 

Davis Oliver, student, b 124 E Ohio. 

Davis Oliver M, printer, b 92 Oliver av (W 
1). 

Davis Patricia, saloon 101 Patterson, h 103 
same. 

Davis Preston, porter, r 260 E Washington. 

Davis Quincy, h Washington av (I). 

Davis Richard, lab, h 80 S Delaware. 

Davis Richard, porter, r 235 Clinton. 

Davis Richard A, elk, h 256 N Mississippi. 

Davis Robert, supt The Adams Brick Co, 
h 203 LeGrand av. 

Davis Robert, tmstr, h rear 736 N West 

Davis Robert, lab, b 37 Ellen. 

Davis Robert P, blksmlth 291 W Washing- 
ton, h 475 Indiana av. 

Davis Robert G, lab, h 119 Martindale av. 

Davis Roll, condr, b 7 N State av. 

Davis Samuel, lab. b 212 Middle. 

Davis Samuel, shoemkr 321 E Washington, 
h same. 

Davis Samuel, tinner, h 466 N Mississippi. 



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Davis Samuel H, blksmith, h 123 Martindale 
av. 

Davis Samuel P, h 341 Fletcher av. 

Davis Sarah, h 35 Stevens. 

Davis Sarah (wid Halden), h 726 N Missis- 
sippi. 

Davis Sarah E (wid Samuel A), b 299 Ken- 
tucky av. 

Davis Shem, lab, h e s Gale (B). 

Davis Sheridan, lab, b 173 W North. 

Davis Sherman, lab, b rear 168 St Mary. 

Davis Sisters (Mattie and Annie L), dress- 
mkrs. 32 Oriental. 

Davis Stephen, coachman, 252 N Meridian. 

Davis Susie, h 325 Tremont 

Davis Taylor, switchman, b 72 W Maryland. 

Davis Theodore P, Judge Appellate Court 
98 State House, h Noblesville, Ind. 

Davis Thomas, cook, h 220 B Wabash. 

Davis Thomas C, cooper, b 849 S East. 

Davis Thomas C, printer, b 341 Fletcher av. 

Davis Thomas G, blksmith, h 233 N Noble. 

Davis Thomas J, insp The Indpls Gas Co, h 
67 Kansas. 

Davis Thomas L, printer, r 132 N Tennessee. 

Davis Waldo T, engr, h 341 Bellefontaine. 

Davis Walter, pedler, h 30 Siebert. 

Davis Wesley M, carriage trimmer, b 849 
S East 

Davis Wilbur, lab, h 150 Greenwood. 

Davis Wilbur D, engr, b 290 Christian av. 

Davis Wiley, porter Sherman House. 

Davis Willard, ins agt, h 178 Pleasant 

Davis Wm, lab, h 17 Margaret 

Davis Wm, waiter Circle Park Hotel. 

Davis Wm, lab, h 290 Douglass. 

Davis Wm, lab, b 203 Alvord. 

Davis Wm, molder, h 240 Blake. 

Davis Wm, porter, b 294 Douglass. 

Davis Wm, jr, lab, b 290 Douglass. 

Davis Wm A, carp, h 448 S West 

Davis Wm A, engr Union Station, h 342 S 
Delaware. 

Davis Wm B, agt, r 159 E Ohio. 

Davis Wm B, carp, h 1679 Kenwood av. 

Davis Wm C, engr, h 184 Bevllle av. 

Davis Wm C, elk, h 21 B St Joseph. 

Davis Wm E, M O elk P O. b 271 Bright 

Davis Wm G. condr, b 155 Sheffield av (H). 

Davis Wm H, lab, h 12 Mill. 

Davis Wm H, painter, h 243 River av (W 
I). 

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Davis Wm K, carp, h 300 Columbia av. 
Davis Wm M, polisher, b 243 W New York. 
Davis Wm S, lab, h 193 Middle. 
Davis Wm V, attendant Insane Hospital. 
Davis Wm W, h English av (W). 
Davis & Parker (Lambert D Davis and Ja- 
cob L Parker), furniture 269 W Washlng- 

Davlson, see also Davidson. 

Davison Cassandra (wid Jefferson), h 421 N 
California. 

Davison Dewain G, barber, b 421 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Davison Edward, elk Chas J Kuhn Co, b 
351 Talbott av. 

Davison Hazzard W. janitor, h 227 Fayette. 

Davison James, lab, h 206 Middle. 

Davison Leon T. barber, b 421 N California, 

Davison Mary F, seamstress, b 752 N Illi- 
nois. 

Davison Wm, lab. h 25 Helen. 



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Davlsson Bessie A, stenog' Brooks Oil Co, 

b 27 Lockerbie. 
Davisson Walter C, sec and treas Brooks 1 

Oil Co, h 27 Lockerbie. | 

Davitt Martin (Parker & Davitt), h 34 S I 

Summit. 
Davy Frank P, boxmkr, h S2 Melkel. 
Davy Ira J, engr, b n e cor Brookside and 

Keystone avs. 
Davy James, lab, b 884 S Meridian. 
Davy John, saloon 169 Michigan (H), h 

same. 
Davy John C, lumber, b n e cor N Brook- I 

side and Keystone avs. I 

DAVY JOHIV D, Stndent Indpls Basi- ! 

ness University, E J Heeb Pres, 

When Blk N Penn opp P O Tel 409. 



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Davy John B, engr, b 510 N California, 
Davy Josiah C, lab, h n e cor Brookside and 

Keystone avs. 
Davy Walter W, printer, h 510 N California. 
Dawes Ephralm C (Dawes & McGettigan), 

vice pres Indpls Switch and Frog- Co, h 

Cincinnati, O. 
Dawes & McGettigan (Ephraim C Dawes 

and John B McGettigan), railroad sup- 
plies, 73 W Maryland. 
Dawkins Alfred, lab, h 36 Lynn av (W I). 
Daws Wm, mach hd, h 460 Missouri. 
Dawson Abraham H, h 105 Wright. 
Dawson Alfred, lab, h 563 E 8th. 
Dawson Arthur W, elk Henry Syerup & 

Sons, h 326 W 1st. 
Dawson Belle, h 118 W Georgia. 
Dawson Charles F. capt police, h 27 Dillon. 
Dawson Charles W, janitor, r 35 Stewart 

pi. 
Dawson Charles W. tmstr, b 247 Prospect. 
Dawson David, peddler, b 77 Kentucky av. 
Dawson Edward, paper hanger, h 58 

Cherry. 
Dawson Ernest W, bkkpr Ellis & Helfen- 

berirer, 1047 B Michigan. 
Dawson Francis, lab, b 250 W Washington. 
Dawson Franklin, cooper, h w s Harris av 

7 s of R R track (Mt J). 
Dawson Frederick J, dairy e s Hubbard 1 

s of Clifford av, h same. 
Dawson George E, decorator, h 58 Cherry. 
Dawson George H, insp The Indianapolis 

Gas Co, h n w cor 7th and Alvord. 
Dawson George H, elk, b n w cor 7th and 

Alvord. 
Dawson George L, carriage painter, h 206 

English av. 
Dawson Henry C, produce, h 144 Greer. 
Dawson Herbert O, lab, h 291 Cornell av. 
Dawson James, lab, h e s Auburn av 4 s 

of Belt Ry. 
Dawson James R, Printer, b 459 B North. 
Dawson James W, truckman, h 154 Pleas- 
ant. 
Dawson John L, carpet layer, h 173 E Wal- 

nut- 
Dawson John M, tmstr, h 247 Prospect. 
~ John W, h 233 Prospect 

Joseph, driver, h 250 W Washlng- 



Dawson Louisa (wid Daniel), 



Indiana 



Dawson Luther, trav agt H T Conde Im- 
plement Co, h Morgantown, Ind. 

Dawson Mary E (wid Robert), h 532 W 
Washington. 

Dawson Peter, lab, b 116 Darnell. 



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Dawson Richard, lab, h 171 Tremont av (H). 
Dawson Richard L, author, b 53 Ruckle. 
Dawson Thomas B, dairy, h e s Hubbard 

2 s of Clifford av. 
Dawson Thomas M, collr, h 233 Douglass. 
Dawson Timothy, elk, h 459 E North. 
Dawson Wm, waiter, b 214 W Vermont. 
Dawson Wm P, carp, b 115 S New Jersey. 
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Dawson Winifred J, stenog, 

and Alvord. 
Day, see also O'Day. 
Day Budd, lab, h 444 B Walnut. 
Day Charles, cook, r 1 Romley Blk. 
Day Charles, lab, h 92 Bloomington. 
Day Charles (Smith, Day & Co), 1 

troit, Mich. ' 

Day Charles H, driver, h 265V4 N New 

Jersey. , 

Day Charles W, molder, h 94 Bloomington. 
Day Clifford, elk Charles J Kuhn Co, b 290 

Christian av. 
Day Cora M, asst prin P S No 11, b 125 W ' 

2d. 
Day Daniel W, cooper, h n s Michigan 1 • 

w of Denny. 
Day David N, carp, h W Ontario (N I). 
Day Frank, ]r, elk D P Erwin & Co, b 123 

E Michigan. 
Day Frank W, buyer D P Erwin & Co, h 

123 E Michigan. 
Day George, tmstr, h 61 Maxwell. 
Day Harvey A, lab, h 321 W Market. 
Day Harvey C, carp, h 117 E Merrill. 
Day Henry Rev, b 122 N Penn. 
Day Henry C, driver, h 126 Pleasant. 
Day Henry McC, real estate, b 122 N Penn. 
Day James, lab, h 348 N Missouri. 
Day Jeremiah L, lab, h Temperance av. 
Day Joseph, sawmkr, r 31 Madison av. 
Day Lorey D (Smith, Day & Co), h Bald- 

winsville, Mass. 
Day Lucinda (wid Wm). b 94 Bloomington. 
Day Margaret (wid Elihu), b 126 Pleasant. 
Day Marianna (wid James R), h 31 Hend- 
ricks. 
Day Martha M (wid Richard L), h 125 W , 

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Day Mary A (wid John W), h 176 Patter- 
son. 

Day Mary E (wid La Fayette), h 1689 Ken- 
wood av. 

Day Richard L, trav agt, b 125 W 2d. 

Day Reginald H, trav agt, b 125 W 2d. 

Day Thomas Rev, h 44 Ruclcle. 

Day Thomas C (Thomas C Day & Co), h 
S20 N Meridian. 

BAY THOMAS C & CO (Tomus C Day). 
Mortgrngre LiOans and Real Estate 73 
B Market; Tel 1335. (See top cor 
cards.) 

Day Walter L (Smith, Day & Co), b 106 
Shelby. 

Day Walter S, grocer 158 W Washington, 
h 440 N California. 

Day Wm, carp, b 307 Columbia av. 

Day Wm, carp, b 130 Larch. 

Day Wm, elk Charles J Kuhn Co, h 290 
Christian av. 

Day Worthington W, huckster, h 290 Chris- 
tian av. 

Deacon Henrj-, packer, b n w cor Blake 
and Michigan. 

Deacon Wm H, advertising mngr The In- 
dianapolis Sentinel, h 130 W Vermont. 

Deady Margaret (wid Michael), restaurant, 
r 95M: N Delaware. 

Deaffenbaugh Philip, foreman, h 58 Nor- 
dyke av (W I). 
I Deakin Wm P, bkkpr, h 42 Chadwick. 

Deal Charles C, lab, b 162 Columbia av. 
I Deal Frank E, lab, b 162 Columbia av. 
I Deal Ida M, dressmkr 162 Columbia av, b 

I Deal John, carp, h 162 Columbia av. 

Dean, see also Dehne. 

I Dean Albert, lab, h 130 Geisendorff. 

' Dean A Allen, lab, h 291/; Columbia al. 

I Dean Benjamin F, engr, h 171 S Noble. 

I Dean Birt F, fireman, b 171 S Noble. 

I Dean Bridget, dressmkr 331 E New York, 

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Dean Vlce-Pres, JoUn C Dean Sec 
and Treas, 'Ward H Dean Supt, s vr 
cor Madison av and Ray; Tel 4Sfi. 
(See adv p 5.) 

Dean Charles, motorman, b 397 B 9th. 

Dean Charles G, foreman Dean Bros Steam 
Pump Works, b 549 N Tennessee. 

Dean Charles H, driver, r 129 E Ohio. 

Dean Charles W, trainer, h 105 Malott av. 

Dean Claude, lab, h 314 Clinton. 

Dean Daisy D, h 171 S Noble. 

Dean Dominick H, bartender, h 82 Eliza- 
beth. 

Dean Dunlap G, elk, h 44 Marion av (W I). 

Dean Edward H, pres Dean Bros Steam 
Pump Works, h 355 Madison av. 

Dean Fannie, h 36 S New Jersey. 

Dean Franklin, lab, b 34 Drake. 

Dean George A, waiter Country Club. 

Dean George C, printer, r 20% S Tennessee. 

Dean Harriet R (wid John), b 620 N Me- 
ridian. 

Dean Hattie (wid King), h 314 Clinton. 

Dean Irving, trav agt, h 603 N Mississippi. 

Dean James, driver, h 273% E Court. 

Dean James, porter, 66 Virginia av. 

Dean James H. fireman, h 23 Keystone av. 

Dean Joel D, collr, h 38 Arbor av (W I). 

Dean John C, carp, h w s Ketcham 1 n of 
Vermont (H). 

Dean John C, sec and treas Dean Bros 
Steam Pump Works, h 571 N Penn. 

Dean John K, mach Dean Bros Steam 
Pump Works, b 549 N Tennessee. 

Dean Josephine, dressmkr 95 Paca, b same. 

Dean Llllle (wid Ward), h 81 W Walnuts 

Dean Malvina (wid Harrison), b 29 How- 
ard. 

Dean Matt L, engr, b 171 S Noble. 

Dean Melville, coachman, 1108 N Meridian. 

Dean Milton A, lab. h 35 N McLaln (W I). 

Dean Minnie B, h 171 S Noble. 

Dean Noble, lab, b 314 Clinton. 

Dean Orange A, harnessmkr, b 87 N Dela- 

Dean Thomas, bookbinder Wm B Burford. 

h 181 Buchanan. 
Dean Thomas, lab, h rear 428 N Bast 
Dean Thomas, trav agt Dean Bros Steam 

Pump Works, h 549 N Tennessee. 
Dean Thomas E, proof reader Indianapolis 

Journal, r 37% W Market. 
Dean Thomas W, printer Indpls Journal, 

r 37% W Market. 
Dean Torrence, h 331 E New York. 
Dean Walter, lab, h 154 John. 
Dean Ward H, supt Dean Bros Steam 

Pump Works, h 600 N Penn. 
Dean Wilfred R, vice-pres Dean Bros 

Steam Pump Works, h 620 N Meridian. 
Dean Wm R, lab, b 133 Oliver av (W I). 
Deane Charles H, b 221 W New York. 
Deane John H, asst city civil engr, h 221 

W New York. 
Dear Henry, lab, h 2001/2 W Washington. 
Dearborn Anna B (wid Oran J), b 1008 N 

Alabama. ,„ ,, 

Dearborn Claire S (Ward Bros), h 1008 N 

Alabama. , , 

Dearinger David, contr, h 437 N Missis- 

Dearinger Frank B, contr 313 B Georgia. 



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Dearlnger Wm 

sippi. 
Dearmln John B, steamfltter. 



carp, b 437 N Missis- 
N Lib- 



Dearmin Robert G, elk The Bowen-Merrill 

Co. h 20 Pleasant av. 
Dparson Ijonnle O, packer, h 137 Geisen- 

dorff. 
Deathe James C, trav agt, h 372 E Georgia. 
Deatley Wm H, carp, h w s Cooper, 7th 

s Bloyd av. 
Deaver George W, elk, b 448 N Meridian. 
DeBaun Samuel (Samuel DeBaun & Co), 

r 25 W Ohio. 
Df Baun Samuel & Co (Samuel DeBaun. 

}Iowell D Eskew), electric belt mnfrs, 25 

W Ohio. 
Deberger Kate, b 21 Mlley av. 
Deberger Thomas, fireman, b 21 Miley av. 
Debold Wm, steel worker, b 285 S Tennes- 

De Bolt Michael, produce E Mkthouse, b 

544 E New York. 
DeBooth Henry, lab, h 290 Indiana av. 
Debra Edwin M, blksmlth, h n s Willow, 

2 e of Gale. 
Debroe Harry, tinner, h 1057 N Mississippi. 
DeP'-'lor David W, lab. h 55 Drake. 
De Burger Charles, molder (Mt J). 
De Busk John W, prop Baker Overall Co, 

h 177 College av. 
Decher Christopher, driver, h 43 Grant 
Decher Gustav, lab, h 64 Downey. 
Deck George W, lab, h 580 S Illinois. 
Deck Louisa (wid Samuel ), h 6S0 S Illinois. 
Decker Charles, tmstr, b 328 Lincoln av. 
Decker Christena (wid John), b 178 W 9th. 
Decker Conrad, saloon 136 ClifEord av, h 

1.30 same. 
Decker Edward H, blksmith, h 130 ClifEord 

Decker Ernest, elk, b 7 E New York. 

Dicker George M, evangelist, h Delaware 
s w cor Ohio. 

Docker Harry C, carp, h 99% Indiana av. 

Decker Henry, cashr The Indpls Gas Co, 
b 146 Union. 

Dtcker John, foreman, h 570 S West. 

Decker John B, baggageman, h 418^4 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Decker John D. elk, b 329 N New Jersey. 

Decker Joseph F, lab, h 26 Beville av. 

Deckar Mary (wid Ernest), h 11 Hendricks. 

Deckert Harry S, mach, h 452 R Georgia. 

Dedford Archie C, painter, h 448 Blake. 

Dedford John H, h 448 Blake. 

Dedert Charles, elk, h 201 Orange. 

Dedert Edward C, elk, h 56 Spann av. 

Dedert Herman C, elk, b 56 N Arsenal av. 

Deriert Louis, driver Murphy, Hibben & 
Co, b E6 N Arsenal av. 

Dedert Wm C, (Dedert & Sudbrock), b 56 
N Arsenal av. 

Dedert Wm F, checkman, h 56 N Arsenal 



ton. 
Dee John, lab, h 516 W Maryland. 
Dee Wm D, lab, b 268 S Penn. 
Deeberg Charles W, tailor, h 52 Beaty. 
Deeds Harry W, Insp Central Union Tel 

Co, h 188 Fayette. 
Deeds Harry W, State Inspr, h 86 Vine. 



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Deel May, elk John C Brill, b 41 Madison 

av. 
Deem, see also Dehm. 

Deem Charles M, mach, h 42 Temple av. 
Deem Frederick W, painter, h 149 Hillside 

Daer, see also Doerr. 

Deer Charles M, fireman, h 164 Newman. 

Deer Harry, finisher, b 416 Clifford av. 

Deer Henry, foreman, h 212 Keystone av. 

Deer John, tailor, h 109 Benton. 

Dear John W, dry goods 131 S Williams 

(W I), h same. 
Deer Milton H. lab, b 202 Lincoln la. 
Deerberg Charles W (Gust Rosberg & (3o), 

fi 5l; Heatv. 
Deerberg He